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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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April 16, 1959


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Executive Officer Of VP-18 Newest

Pilot To Receive PPC CertificateI

: Com dr, John J. Coonan, Pa- cate, a pilot must prove his 11, presented the VP-18 exec-
trol Squadron 18 executive ability to handle a patrol utive officer with the PPC cer

officer, is the most recent recipient plane and its crew, in additionto tificate.,

of a Patrol Plane logging the required flight Capt. Macintosh insists a
Commander certificate.The time.
candidate for the designationshow
In addition, the pilot must
his mettle at flying
PPC Certificate, which ,
demonstrate complete knowl-
represents a logging of at least skillfully under extreme con-
of latest
edge patrol plane
900 flight hours, authorizes ditions.
equipment and fighting tactics
Comdr. Coonan to pilot a patrol and must possess an "eagle Upon receiving the certificate -

craft anywhere at all eye" when firing patrol plane Comdr. Coonan assumed
times, and under all condi- armaments. responsibility of continuing to

tions. Capt. Donald E. Macintosh, train his flight crew as an

To win the coveted certiflm J Commander of Fleet Air Wing effective tactical fighting unit.

NEW PPC Comdr. John J.
Coonon, (right) executive officerof
VP-18, is designated Patrol
Plane Commander by Capt.
Donald E. Macintosh, Com-
mander Fleet Air Wing Eleven. Jfl1'1JJj5j:
The certificate entitles Comdr.
Coonan to fly with qualifiedcrew
in a P2V anywhere, any
time. I I I

Federal Pay Vol. 17 No. 3 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville Florida 16 April 1959 1. I

Rolls NotSkyrocketing' Super Chief Ranks To Ii

Be Swelled By 1075Some i
Contrary to belief in some cir-

cles, the Federal civilian payrollis 1075 Navy enlisted men are expected to get pro-

not mushrooming.Those 'ifi' moted to E-8 and E-9 when the report of the selection board,

constantly yelping about which started its meetings Monday, is out.

the growing Federal ak The advancements, which will
payroll will take effect on three dates
should be interested in the latest become effective May 16, may depending on which incrementthe

disclosed figures on Federal em- w not go to every rating, said Bu-
promotee falls into. The first
ployment.In .
Pers spokesmen, since quotas in

June 1951, there were 2,482- tome cases will not be availableto group will go up in November

666 Federal workers employedin some of the very small ra- 1959, another'' in January 1960
the U. S. and with
overseas last In March.
tings. anl the
2,309,072 of these In the U. S. In ,
Dec. 1958,there were 2,366,886 POSSIBILITY there might no t
"employees'with 2,170320'of: these be enough qualified individual: AIR RAID TEST
employed in the JJ. S.
under consideration to fill some
A rundown on median salariesof quotas might wipe away per- SET FRIDAYs I

full-time employees in the percentage allocations to rates Air Raid Alert of the
U. S. over the years (median >7.' which are allowed no more thanon year is scheduled tomorrow

salary that 50% of E-8 and E-9. aboard the
means Naval
em- (Friday)
...... _. ____ ___ ___m__ __
ployees earn more and 50% ear "KEEP YOUR CHIN UP" This may have been what an Although the selection boardcan Air Station.
less) discloses this: unseen corpsman said to Lonnie Farlow, (above) while the latter allot specific number The alert signal (warning
In June 1951 the median salary was getting his chest X-rayed at O&R'i Power Plant Section yellow) will be sounded witha
last week. Farlow, who is employed in Production Control, is to any rating, it is restricted
for all types of Federal em- been "looked steady blast of three to five
one of some 2000 O&R employees who have from going above a quota autho-
ployees was $3,182, while medianfor through" during this phase of the Preventive Health Program minutes.
classified employees was conducted this spring aboard the Station.EMPLOYEES rized. The take cover signal (warn-

$3,130.In On the Navy E-8 and E-9 1960 ing red) will take place 15

June 1958 the median rate GIVEN' fiscal scene, one examination will minutes later with a series of

for all employees was $5,193, be held and it will be sometimein short blasts of three minutes

while for classified it was $4,640. August. On September 22, the duration.No .
ANNUAL X-RAYS selection board will meet to actual movement in response -
There have been three pay increases -
pick those among the test passersto to the warnings is re-
for classified employeesin ical Branch at NAS Jax. be advanced. quired. Details can be foundon
Once again it's X-Ray time
these years-in 1951, 1955, and 3.BUZZ .
1958. The total percentage raises aboard NAS Jax. THE X-RAYS have been givenon FISCAL 1960 advancements page

add up to 27.6% for classified FOR THE past three weeks, a massive scale aboard NAS ., ,,
employees' since 1951, while the nearly 2000 O&R employees have Jax for several years as part of ': ,::,:.
median salary for all employeesis stood with chin up, shirt off, the Employee's Preventive Health "

39.8% above what it was in hands on hips and shoulders for- Program.

1951. ward, leaning against the cold However, chest X-Rays have ,

This indicates that classified steel X-Ray machine."Of been given not only to analyze ..

employees of the governmenthave the films thus far studied, lung conditions but have been : =m = JtA
not done as well as govern- there has been no confirmed diagnosis .' 1hP : IV'
helpful in discovering possible '
ment employees other salary of TB," said Lt. A. B. f f.i PJ-"l ; 'r 11fr '

scales over the years. Russell, head of Industrial Med- (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 1)) ... ,ffJ

\'Ir.<' Vft'W. .t.1 ,'J,

I r I 'Buzz Sawyer' Plane Outfitted Here I <" v yK

Do you read the comics? Buzz Freeze Two and on October 31, which' for R4D aircraft corresponds -

Sawyer, perhaps? 1956 became the first aircraftever to the last digit of its
to land on the South Pole. EuAer number. The BuAer
THEN YOU may be interestedto IT IS THE identical plane now number of the famous South
know that the skicrippledR4D5 enroute to the National Air Mu- Pole R4D is 12418.

Skytrain which cartoonist seum in Washington, D. C. whereit THIS R4D, named "Que SeraSera"
Roy Crane's Navy hero just will be assembled and put on made her last landing on

landed safely, mannequin and all, display as not only the first planeto Dec. 4, 1958 at McMurdo, thus a;: ;ryAcf yr s il.,7W.W'
on the snows of McMurdo, Ant- touch the South Pole but as ending an illustrious fouryearcareer t tn"
arctica, was the very one pre- first
the plane which carried the
in the
participating Deep .J
pared by NAS Jax's Overhauland Americans} ever to reach that Freeze project. vwfor l'..f : ._ '.._'". ... t4:4. ..... ..,. .M: :
Repair Department during southernmost part of the world. SAWYER'S PLANE Does this aircraft look fa-
the summer of 1956. How is it .known to be the Until the landing of "Que SeraSera" miliar? Well, it should if you're a faithful follower of Buzz Saw-
Buzz Sawyer's R4D is the same same aircraft? Studying past in- at the South Pole, no man yer, for it's the same R4D which the Navy comic strip hero is
had set foot there since 1912 flying in the Antarctic. This picture, taken in the summer of
plane which left NAS Jax that 'stallments of the Buzz Sawyer
when Capt. Robert_ Falcon Scott 1956 while undergoing modernization at NAS Jax O&R Department *
summer, was flown to Antarcticato strip, one sees on the nose of shows the plane which a few months later was to gain
participate in Operation Deep Buzz's plane the number "8" (Please turn to Page 8, CoL 3)) world fame as the first plane to land at the South Pole.fR'sta .

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Page JAX Am NEWS 16 April 1959

J1l Now, I a' KnowHeroesAre :: .

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gAS, J.ccaoaavW.arish Made Not Born!
Capt Elliott W. P Jr. ..... .__...... Commanding Officer ,
Capt. Grajtton 1L Weber.NAB..........Six.......;...n....*.?...!Air.?ackioavili........... Executive Officer A Naval aviation medical study discloses that the time-

Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig .......... .., .. ................................... Commander worn military platitude "never volunteer," is not the best
Capt George R. Luker ........................... ,....... .. Chief of Staff, Fairfax ,
Capt Macphenon Williami .........),.................................?..........?Chief of Staff, NAB Six "aDnroach" to being a Navy pilot. s z
n Al* Wing H T n .
Capt Donald E. Macintosh .?.....?. .. .. .........".:..................... Commander The revealing investigation In an attempt to learn more
Capt Charles L. Lambing ................. .Center.N.. Chief Staff Officer further proved what military
Naval Air Technical Training about characteristics men who
Capt Charles L. Moore Jr. .....?-.?_......?....?..?................ ...... .. Commanding Officer leaders, in a twist of an ancient
Comdr. Wilfred E. rJeshman ...M.......-..............................?.?........?......_. Executive Officer adage have long contendedthatheroes "step forward" when, there Is a

Capt Alton C.Abemethy ..............NaTal..............Hospital...*.................................. Commanding Officer necessarily are not born call for volunteers, a study involving -
Capt John O. Feder .....?..................?.?..'........... .............,.......................... Executive!; Officer 1,154 naval cadets in

Capl Norman Anderson .?................NARTO.... ................ Commanding Officer but can be developed even in of preflight training at Pensacola, : 4s '
Comdr. WUllam E. Hardy ................*.,........... ......... .. ?...,..........?........ Executive Officer face of the intensified dangers Fla., was made by the School of
modern war.ALTHOUGH,
Printed commercially with non-approplated funds in Jacksonville, Floridaat Aviation Medicine there.
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-M standard Armed Specifically, purpose of the
Bev. July 1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel
of Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station. Naval Air Technical Training Forces practice has been to select analysis was to link willingnessto -- ",-..-
Center Fleet Air Wing 11 Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. 8. RETIRING '
Naval Hospital meft for extrahazardousduty volunteer for dangerous tasks Capt.

Service Information Officer .........................?...._ Comdr. Frank J. H11 from volunteers, little soul- with other personality traits and O. Anderson commanding
Assistant Service Information Officer .................. Andrew H. ficer of NARTU Jax, slated
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters-Bill Weekes, J03; Alba Parson: searching has been done on vol- thus, If possible, to characterize retire April 30.NARTU. -I
Ron Davis, AN; Gene Hagan, JOS A. Staff Photographer-Joseph O'Brien. PH3. articlein
unteering according to an and non-voluriteer
the volunteer
The Jax Air News is a member Armed Forces Press Service.
Material appearing In this publication cane reprinted providing credit Is the November issue of the more precisely.
given. Photographs, unless otherwise credited C.
are official U. S. Navy Photo- O.
fraphs. Research Review, published by PATTERN of the study was:
Editorial offices located in Room 230. Main Administration Building. Phone
extension SIM. 886 272 or HI. Office of Naval Research. 592 cadets were asked to volunteer -

for a test involving exposureto To End Long

Sum extreme cold and 562 to offerto
take part in an experiment Navy CareerCapt.

Down 5,440To requiring radiation. exposure to cosmic

N. O. Anderson, com-
Actually the projects were fictitious -
manding officer of Naval Air Re-
2.5 MillionWith
but the subjects were
serve Training Unit Jax, will
a numerical decrease of unaware of this. (
climax a career of over 30 years
5,440 from Dec. 31, 1958, Armed Some 720 were asked to volunteer Naval service April 30 when he
Forces' total 31 during the first week and
strength on Jan. is due to turn over the local
1959 at 434 in the 15th week of preflight -
was reported 2,560,483.
command to Capt. F, H. Holt,
Recruitment and induction of school.FINALLY.
presently commanding officer of
enlisted personnel during Janu- 630 cadets were requested -
Naval Air Reserve Facility, Miami -
ary were estimated at 56,773, representing ... ,41! to sign their names on a- Fla.
an increase of 8,850 ".. roster in front of the group and ,

from December's total. ; 524 were asked to put their Capt. Anderson, originally from

All four services were down in names on small slips and pass St. Paul, Minn., embarked on his

their strength figures for Janu- them concealed to the investi- career in 1927, completing flight

ary, however, with the Marine I gators. training that year at NAS Nor-

Corps' dip of 2,262 leading. The results were, 498 cadetsin folk, Va.

January procurement figuresfor the study volunteered under
The Jax NARTU Unit and attached -
the these conditions and 655 did
Army total ..25,723.with not squadrons have earned
9,792 inductions through Selec- offer their services for the pseudo
marked success during the cap-

tive Service, 9,529 new recruits, _.,.._""_.....' AW/"Nh"__+ _...... _.;.:. .. ..'h'" ..:.,'*:x:>;',..'\ 'm experiments. tain's tenure, as evidenced by
5,931 reenlistments and 471 reservists HONOR-HONOR MAN Lt. In general evaluation-taking I
Wayne Crozier congratulates grades awarded after the Annua
going on active duty. Thomas Deanne AKAA, on his second honor student certificate into consideration psychological Military and Administrative In-

Navy procurement totaled 14, from a Navy school. The first time Beaven took laurels was at test scores, preflight exam grades, conducted by the Chieof
AvFund School in Norman, Okla. The California lad spections
145 with 9,988 new recruits, 2,662 did just as
and volunteers
age education-the !
well at NATTCenler in Aviation Storekeeper School, Class A. Naval Air Reserve Training
and 1,495 reservists He has been transferred to NAS Whidbey Island, Wash. on the whole, were younger -
going on active duty. and had less schooling, but During the past three years,'

Procurement for the Marine they had decidedly better officer- the unit has grown to 17 squad-

Corps in January i reached 4,399. Budget Surest Way To like-quality grades than the rons and units with a personnel

Composing the figure were 3,169 non-volunteers. allowance of 1,550 reservists.
new recruits There also 24 officers and
1,131 reenlistmentsand are
FURTHERMORE, there were
99 reservists.Air 232 enlisted personnel on active
considerably student class
Watch more
Force procurement totaled Family DollarsWith officers among the volunteers. duty to support and train the organized -

12,506, made up of 6,301 new recruits According to the author, it i is reserves.

6,145 reenlistments and 60 the cost of living still zooming and taxes on the evident from, the results that the In addition, NARTU provides

reservists. (AFPS), upswing, too, service families, like most everyone else, are volunteers actually were superior logistic support to the Marine

turning to more carefully worked out bud(1pt_ in to the Air Reserve Training Detachment -
--- ----0---' many respects non-
In a story in Navy Times the-
Marine -
volunteers. This was particularlytrue four organized reserve
THIS WEEK'SBRAINTWISTER tions and charitable
Institute of Life Insurance gifts.
reports -
he said, in the desire to squadrons and one
the reason for many fami- NEXT STEP is to gear the
complete flight training.
lies being in an economic stew is budget to the paycheck, so the

A farmer left a bushel basketof because they don't know specifically family! will know how much must PUZZLE

apples for Joe and Bill. Two where their money is be taken out for irreducible ex-
spoiled apples were thrown out. going.A penses. ACROSS 1 ,,2 IJ I. l 1Rants9Aromas <;66:
Then Joe offered to give Bill a BUDGET is about the only Then, the total of this shouldbe lT 1 12 m 3
number which multiplied by itself known means of finding "out subtracted from take-home II.A 13lieaatI1.ear state m
equaled half of the apples pay. Remainder is I 14 15 10 'Xl' 1 1ITExist 17
where money goes that cannotbe the sum avail- U.WreaUe &
the farmer had left. able for food - -
accounted for through check household expendi- 8 1 1xx; 20 (XXi 21
But Bill calculated quickly and stubs and such and whether these tures, family allowances and re- 20-Ench 1l.llrlllk I alo\\11 XX> 5 < :
said: "No, you would be getting creation. 21-Man's 2" 23 I.IH t> <) 25
dollars could have been salvaged.To nickname K<< R9X
8/9 of what the farmer left." families in search of a This is the portion of the budget ::.Uul1.lIk, 26 21 f-f2.. 29

How many apples were originally simple budget, the Institute sug- where you may find some flexibility ::4-Th bird self .
in the 25Simtans24Uproar 00 30 31 m J2 ;<<>
? gests, as a starting point, writing om. <'
(Answer on page 7)) down every expenditure, perhaps THE INSTITUTE feels the 28-Traps 33 3. m 35 3 430icavenly

for a couple of months. family budget plan should also body 31 :s 38 39 l40 4
Presbyterian Men Then sit down and work outa include, if possible, provision for 3.Levantlne ketch m :

To Gather HereAll plan. One way to begin is by regular savings.A 33Expert35A continent 42 43 44 XX> -4j
note of cheer in the
putting down the family's take- Insti- 3j.lert'handl. 44 &;t 41 41 049
Saints Chapel of the Naval home pay. Next make a list of tute's appraisal of the family 3S.Unwalian hawks 0cX' QQ5(

Air Station will again play hos the fixed obligations and any money situation is that they .aO.Lnmpre 42-0ne. ho r I.... SI S2 .,.'.\11..

to the Spring Rally of the Eastern others such as an estimate of may be better off than they really; matter S4 5

District of Suwannee Pres clothing needs, usual contribu- think because of hidden savings. which
'1 ,,,,.
bytery of the Presbyteria These include a steadily grow- portrait for roa ClrIWoIJSI CIILt Dlatr, by United Future Syndicate, Inc

Church, Sunday, April 26. Marine Wives Schedule ing stake in their home, if they tIS.Pronoun4i.r

For the past few years, Presbyterian Induction Of Officers own one. Each time a check i iwritte'h is en t k). I.Palnful 21-Kind, 7.moua.
men of this area hav for the mortgage payment .49.RIver"Iin 8.Solltary :3.I..oop .'..Thlck slice

met at All Saints for their annual Installation of Marine Corps a portion of this check I is t0-Mores Italy :.Explr I.lllndu :5.0et. tip 41.1"1\'ln"

spring conclave. This year'sgathering Career Wives Club officers is applied to reduce the debt on G.r.nI1Ntellntloo furtively ejaculation ::19..Federal man child direction toward

will be from 1500-170. slated to take place in the NATT- the home. G4.Trlals .II HYdrophobia agency from which

The Rev. Gary Demarest, associate Center Chaplain's Office, King The family also has savings i tn .5.80wII DOWN 10.1 vehicles Inter 3J.Whlnnt:19(lnlt.) Kinder ImlhllresI.Cook

secretary of the Fellow- Hall, Monday, April 20 at 1930. permanent-plan life ins u ran E:e In oven ] Tart of ::t.N. Y. 13.1nautrea
44-Man's I nnnte
ship of Christian Athletes and a Disinguished guepts will include policies. Brother of 'U.Drell Yankees -t7.1 mmet
( outftelder-
former Jacksonville pastor, wi 11 Lt. Col. and Mrs. William Od1n III.WoOden protectors pipe/ Ij.ludd le.l4'emaie 1t1.I Ixlste deer;

be guest speaker for the occasion Mitchell and Chaplain and Mrs. Daffynishuns: Home brew-no t C.UI'JO on U.Flret 3G.WtrIJ.hotecJ Ita.: tellurium$)'mbol foe.

.. Frank Morton. always what it's corked up to be (Puzzle answer on Page 5, Col. 1))

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16 April 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3


-*--.- ,. ;: '- '' That Oxygen Cylinder Is Not

!' As Docile As It May AppearI

t I

:; ; E1! Those seen green aboard oxygen the Station cylinders -, slag Keep, flame away, lighted from cigarettes sparks, and hot I

I b 4 and handled by many in their exposed wiring. J
) daily tasks are potential dy
: nami tee I WHEN CARRYING cylinders \ I II

A compressed gas cylinder is in a welding truck, the metal ,

: loaded for destruction unless plate should be In place between I

: handled safely, reports the Na- cylinders. This is necessary when

tional Safety Council. gas and oxygen cylinders are
S '
THIS IS a true example of carried together.If .

what can happen when care is a leaky connection is discovered -

not properly exercised: A heavy always shut off the cyl-

cylinder ,of oxygen fell from a inder valve before tightening .

truck in Denmark recently and connection. If a leak develops ,

killed one person while injuringtwo in the valve, tighten packing

others. nut. If this doesn't work, move I
((1A : -
44 The cylinder valve broke, cylinder into open air and if the

.. ............. .. loosing the highly compressed gas is flammable, place a No
.::'J-} : : '2 .r; ..y .: I : &1 J. '>:::::( $< .__. ... 'tn_ ..
oxygen. The first blast knockeda Smoking sign on the cylinder.
boy and girl through a store When finished with welding or
the traffic Section of Public Works Department at NAS Jax are
Lounge SportsRemodeled congratulated by Capt. J.H. Eltter. Public Works Officer, as window, seriously injuring them. cutting or when moving cylin-
they receive Sustained Superior Performance checks. Left to The run-away cylinder then der, always close the cylinder

LookNAS right are, Capt. Etter, William Bradley and Edgar Santimaw, took of like a rocket, hit a stone valve.
both automotive mechanics, and Fred Von Eberstein, head
Jax's newly decorated engineman. embankment, shot 100 feet into STORE cylinders in a safe, dry,

Mainside Lounge (Building the air, killed a woman as it well-ventilated location. Do not

955) is swinging open its crashed down, thundered down store acetylene or other fuel gas

doors for an inspection open Civil Defense To Hold a main street, battering automo-. with oxygen tanks.

house Tuesday, April 21, from biles and sending scared people Store in an upright positionand
1100-2300. diving into places of safety be- secure them with straps or

All officers, Navy enlisted 'Dry Run' TomorrowThe fore its supply of oxygen was chains.Do .I

personnel and civilians are spent not allow oil or grease to

invited to visit the "new" first phase of OperationAlert THE SAFETY Council has issued get on the threads' oxygen
lounge. Orange Park to Boy Scout Camp several tips, on handling, cylinders or fire may result.

Games, TV, magazines, hi-fi 1959 will begin this Echockotee; No. 8 is Adams St.- storing and using compressed gas I Always replace caps on cylin-

music and refreshments will week. Park St.-Post St-Roosevelt Blvd.- cylinders. They are: ders when they are transportedor

supplement entertainment pro- The National Civil Defense Blanding Blvd. to Boy Scout Use a cradle rather than sling when empty. This will pro-

vided from 2000-2200 by Dick Test, scheduled tomorrow and, Camp Coacoochee. when moving cylinders by crane. tect valve should cylinder :.fall

McMeekin and the Jackdew Saturday April 17.18 will provide Route No.9 is Duval St. -' Do not use an electric magnet. over.

Entertainers.. training in, and testingof Myrtle Ave.-College St.-Post
Civil Defense plans and pro St.-Normandy Blvd. west to I ITUESDAY'
grams at all levels of government.Local Maxville; No. 10 is Beaver St.- IF YOU SHIVERED
Five HospitalEmployees U.S. 90, west to Baldwin; No.' 11 '
CD plans are to test
is State St-Old or New Kings
procedures for.'the' disseminationof HARKENVVOLUNTEERS
Rd.-U.S. 1, north to Callahan;
Get warning and alert information. ,
and No. 12 Is Main St.32nd St
Those personnel who caughtthe
PUBLIC participation callywill -Norwood Ave.-Lem TurnerRd. : fails. They are plans Alfa, Bravo
Award ChecksEmployee 'I be limited to a few schools to Callahan. brunt of the sudden col<; and Charlie. -
weather attack Tuesday when
and industrial plants; however, 'If evacuation is ordered during the heating of the Sta- Plan Alfa consists of two parts.
activity was at a
everyone should be concerned duty hours, Navy personnel will tion not During Part 1 of Alfa, all male
high pjtch at the Naval Hospitallast enough with the test to learn I was functioning, can
be separated from their depend take a cue from the Jax Air personnel, and female too if theyso
week with several workers warning signals.At ents. News. wish, shall smoke cigars and/

receiving checks for/ beneficial 1130 tomorrow (Friday) local IN INITIAL state of emergency, or pipes. The heavy smoke will
For such emergencies the Air
suggestions while five employeeswere TV and radio stations will goof the burden of caring for Navy fog the office spaces, creating a
News has of operation
a plan ,
the air for 30 minutes as nart dependents will fall on Civil Defense low ceiling which will keep the
n ------ -n- --- ---
given promotions. r which others well follow.
may heat from the cigars
of this test.Conelrad Reception Centers. generated
Advancing a step were' : Mrs. THERE are three "Cold Bills" and pipes and the smoke nearer
station, at 1240 on well
Navy personnel, as as
Frances Williams, dictating machine which the Air News puts into the floor.
the dial, will take over and civilians, should check and familiarize -
operation whenever the heating Part 2 of Alfa calls for lightingof
transcriber unit supervisor, broadcast a special CD program.CD themselves with evacu-

GS-4,to supervisory clerk, GS-5; Office requests all to tune in ation routes and teach their dependents Brooklyn Man Tops List minutes cigarette for one-minute lighters every duration five
1240 and advise CD via letter to
the significance of
Solomon Peters, mess attendant,
to mess attendant, heavy, and 111 Market St. of the results of warning signals.In At AE (A) Graduation This eliminates immediate chill
Cardiello AEMAA of from the spaces.
Anthony ,
Mrs. Minnie Ellis, clerk-stenog- the broadcast. the near future, a Depart-
rapher, GS-4, to clerk (stenog- IN COOPERATION with the ment of Defense Card, wallet I Brooklyn, N.Y., came out on top PLAN BRAVO is the physical

raphy) GS-5. CD Phase of OPAL 1959, NAS size, DD8861will be issued to in the Aviation Electrician's Mate indulgence operation. A series of
School, Class 'A, graduation at calisthenics to the blood
all Naval military and civilian keep
Jax Notice 3440
of April 10 lists
Also Robert White carpenter,
NATTCenter last week. this followedby
warm starts plan
the Station's participation in the personnel. Emergency instruc-
to planner-estimator (PW), and
tions, assembly points, and evac- Honorman Cardiello, recruited such activities as Ring-a-
Mrs. Anna Querio, telephone operator test alert. In addition, Encl. ((1)
GS-3, to supervisory tele- of the Notice provides a summaryof uation relief stations will be indicated last August, has been transferred Round-the-Rosies, London Bridge,

phone operator, GS-4. warning signals and actions to on each card. to VF-14, Norfolk, Va. and Hide-and-Go-Seek. These

be.taken during actual alerts. .... ..M- --- tend to keep the body active and
Receiving Beneficial Suggestion ::.,
Awards were five employees. Twelve evacuation routes from u lj ira& loose, thus preventing any bone-

Vincent laquinto led the parade, the city and locations of relief hilling. This can be followed by

garnering two ten dollar.checks.A stations to be established by Red 1 4 c warming of hands on coffee or
Cross and CD Welfare personnelare _I
check for 25 dollars was
sented to Douglas McIntyre. pre- shown on a map publishedby _ _____k______ cups of hot water.

the Jacksonville-Duval County iii' Plan C is used when all other
Getting award checks for ten
Civil Defense Council means fail Plan C calls for
dollars were Sherman Gould and
Lawson. Wilson. Route No.1 is north on Main evacua tiOD.

St.-U.S. 17, to Yulee; No. 2 is The original Plan C was deep-
State St.-Union St-Express-
A vaudevillian approached a
sixed when it was not approvedby
booking agent with, "Say, I've way Matthews Bridge to
No. 3 is Main St. the management. This plan,
beaches June
; -
act dog plays
got a terrific My ;<:
and sings St.-Kings Ave.-Atlantic Blvd.or which met with immediate support -
the violin my parrot .1.i
opera." Expresway, south to beaches; ; x. -_ ; *.: -- v4r of employees, was called
Main St-June .. :;
is St
No. 4
.The dog played. The parrot Bunldlng, in which employeesjust
Kings Ave. Atlantic Blvd. -
sang. simply cuddle close togetherand
"Great Wonderful! Beach Blvd. or Expressway, southto -tq.-- .
Terrific beaches. .,.5v tl .-...... "Bundle."
screamed the agent. "I'll get you v/j1 ""IiII'.
$5,000 a week." ROUTE NO.5 is Main S.-Hend-

"I only want $300," said the ricks Ave.-Phillips Highway-US. : / LIBRARY NOTICE!
No. 6 is ,...: >""' ..'_-
actor. 1, south to Bayard; Bay "d." Family Day, featuring child-

"Why asked the agent. St.-Acosta Bridge-San Marco IN CLASS Grey' Lady' candidates bar ren's story hour at 1600, will be
"Ifs a fake," replied the actor Blvd.-Hendricks Ave.-San Jose been attending Red Cross-sponsored indoctrination and training
bursting into tears. "You see, the south to Mandarin; No. 7 is Bay classes the past week at the Naval Hospital. Above, Lcdr. Mary celebrated tomorrow (April 17),
Nurse of the Naval Hospital, describes
Acting Chief not Sunday as previously stated,
The St-Riverside Ave.-L o m a x-Park
parrot doesn't sing at
nursing service in a Naval hospital and etiquette for women
dog's a ventriloquist." St..R 00 S eve It Blvd.-U.S. 17- working thex$. at NATT Center Library.


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Congratulations and appreciation year with activities contributingto indicates that once again we

for a fine response to the the tune of 101.4%. have gone over the top in this

recent National Health Agencies Rear Adm. Wendell G. Switzer, worthwhile charity drive."I .
fund-raising campaign has been ComNabSix, who retired March desire to express to all of

extended by Commander Naval 31, had this to say in his mes- you, both military and civilian,
Air Bases Sixth Naval Districtto sage to all hands: my sincere appreciation for this

naval activities in the area "The final report of collectionson spontaneous and generous ex-

which participated in the drive. behalf of the National Health pression of concern for the less

The campaign, which officially Agencies for the campaign com- fortunate, and of our joint desire -

concluded March 18, went over pleted by Naval activities of Du- 4o improve the welfare of

the top for the second successive val County on 18 March 1959 our fellow man."


New 'Charger'Seen

{ .' $

PassingAction : > .

is expected to be swift

r and favorable when Congress

receives the new White Charger

+S S oF$,,;}v officer career management bill

which"Hill" soon.. should arrive on the 1 : ::

The Bureau of the Budget is
currently mulling over the meas- .::::'<:*$ i::; :::' <:&:;::@ ;:: K" .. >; : ?.i ;1i >>>-*,.',* ,, i'1 :M.i.l't: ,",::1

ure according to the Army- JET PROPELLED ADMIRAL When Rear Admiral Ken-
4? ,
4 Is neth Craig, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville and Commander
Navy-Air Force Register, but Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval""District, wants to go somewherehe
> not expected to make any big does it the modern way. Here the Admiral climb into one of
!changes in it. VA-44s F9F-8T Jets for a trip to Pensacola and a high-level con-
A main point in the new bill ference with top-ranking Naval officers. Admiral Craig and his
4r ; is that a. continuation board aide and flag lieutenant, Lt. James, Foster, make it a point to
: fly on all trips.
would be set up to decide whether -

to keep on officers in 0-5 and
Credit Union Can
0-6 with at least 20 years serv- Naval Courtesy
ice who have been twice passedover.

: Assist_ You With Short CourseSALUTING
A similar provision would also
., .,,.., ,
'' "
apply to women in service on an
HIT'S A SPACE SUISays Lt (Jg) Frank Formeller equitable basis. New Car BuyingAre
Aviation Physiologist at Flight Physiology Training Unit as When is this done on ships?
he exhibits Mark II Omni-environmental full-preiiure suit to The Charger would allow for you thinking of purchasing All senior officers attached to
industrial engineering students from the U. of Florida. The exhibit mandatory use of the best "qual-
1959 model ? If station rendereda
a car you are, your ship or are
was shown Inside one of two high compression chambersat ified" system of promotion for
the Station unit. The visit here was part of the curriculum of the Credit Union aboard the salute on first daily meeting.
above 03.AllJet.
the course at the Gainesville institution. grades Exceptions to this are:
Station is the place to see about
((1) Inspecting officers are ren-
Students From Gainesville financing.The .
Basic dered salutes during course of
rate is % of percent.
one their inspections.

citte tU9ueers Undergo 1 Training SeenThe per month on the unpaid bal- (2) When you're addressed by

Air Force and Navyare ance and you may have up to 30 or addressing officer (or officer

seeking to Initiate a pilot months to repay. senior' to1' you), salutes are.'exchanged t'j
Physiology TrainingFive training program which will and
How this work out in
include All EM salute
only jets, eliminating (3) officers and I
students and a professor from the University of use of propeller driven air- dollars and cents? all flag officers, commanding officers -

Florida visited; Flight Physiology Training Unit aboard the craft for primary instruction.The If you finance $2,000 for 30 of ships and officers seniorto

Station last Tuesday where they heard lectures and saw Air Force is'conducting months, your monthly payments themselves from other shipson

demontrations. i involving human factors in engineering. its Project All-Jet at Bainbridge month. each occasion of meeting,
me students and their instruc- would be $74.70 per
AB. addressed.Chief's .
Georgia nf being
one passing near or
air from ----
tor are active hi a course at the the "cockpit" of their the six primary schools op- This includes death and dis-
"jet plane" when the device
Gainesville university known as was erated for the AF by private ability insurance on your loan,
"Special Topics in Industrial En- fired. This was repeated several contractors Caps
while the
times, while students observed Navy so that if you died or became
gineering. ,
will begin its jet training
occasionally asking questions and pro- permanently disabled, your bal-
COMPRISING the group was making comments. gram in Pensacola. Await 25 At I
three students receiving master'sdegrees Purpose of Initial flight instruction for ance would 'be automaticallypaid
using the
in industrial engineeringthis ejection Air Force training will see 38 off. The debt dies with the !
seat trainer
NAS Jax Lt
(jg) NATTCenterTwenyfive
year, and two candidates for Formeller pointed students training in Cessna debtor.
out is
to fami- I
Ph.D degrees in chemistry in liarize Navy pilots with Success- T-37 jets exclusively while a Compare your monthly payments NATTCenter first

1960. Paul Downey, Associate ful factors and patterns of second group will first go with what the Credit officers will trade
Professor in the College of En- escape through its paces in class petty
from jet aircraft flying at high prop- Union has to offer' before sign- dur-
gineering, accompanied the men speeds and altitudes. driven Beechcraft T-34s before ing on the dotted line. The their whitehats for CPO caps

on their Visit to the Station.Lt Next on the agenda for the undertaking training in Credit Union is aboard the Sta-, ing the coming months.

(jg) Frank Formeller, Avia- 'prospective engineers and chem- the to-je T-37s, or the normal prop- tion to serve all its members. The men, scoring on the Feb-

: tion Physiologist at NAS Flight ists were lectures contrasting day sequence. The Air chief petty officer's exa-
/ will take these two you're not a member, come ruary
Physiology, conducted lectures and night vision, methods of pre- groups as a base of evaluation. I in and join. All within the fieldof mination, have been included in
i and demonstrations on such venting mid-air collisions, and membership will be welcome. the Fleet's advancement quota for
phases of human factors maintenance of
as oxygen oxygen'systems this
t equipment and aviation physiology at high altitudes. Various piecesof \"< "U 'U" 9 SITTING pretty is Lisa Gaye: year. Brewer,
I I television New E-7s are: James
actress whose sister
i visual problems, exchange this equipment, including new iI
I minature I |_il_Debra Paoet. the film actrPII.1' to AECA; James Champion, PN-
procedures in jet aircraft, and regulators and inte- K John Cur-
i I ditching procedures and underwater grated harnesses, was shown. CA; Samuel Culver, Jr. Darold
THE LECTURE rier, Charlie Eddins ,
j escape. by a William Mitchell,
number of charts and
graphs, was
FIRST demonstration observed John Reithknecht,
Charles Pugh,
presented in a Flight
i by the group of post-graduate classroom. A Navy Physiology Daniel Robinson, Charles Sha-
training film
students was operation of ejec- Leland
I "Night Vision for Airmen" neck, William Wright,
tion seat mechanism. Men were was Jimmie Ra-
John Butler,
viewed, following the lecture. Zajic,
f 1 I "shot" ten to twelve feet into the Also demonstrated was the bourn, Richard McMullen, Michael

purpose and effectiveness of the Sterenchak, and Thomas Scott, aUto
i Cake Sale
TodayNavy two high compression chambers, + AECA.

Wives Club No. 86 is and the Mark II Omni-eviro- .yA 6 Also, Robert Hager, Will Rohl-

sponsoring( a ,cake sale today, mental full pressure space suit, fing, and 'Warren Pendleton, all
(Thursday). Proceeds from the used for educational purposes in to AECA. And Donald Birkmeyer,

sales, which will be featured at pilot-training classes.Of AKCA; Charles Neuberger, EM-
I various places aboard the Station particular interest to the CA, and David Sargent, MMCA.If .

will be used for Navy Wives group were subjects involving per- : I!
Club charities. sonal visual problems encounteredby : you're interested in invest- '

pilots, rather than mechanical ,;, ments, security or just making

Shoving off? Tips on travel equipment employeed in flight :. ;' '. every penny count, check library I
can b e found on the library ,engineering. .t- :, ,: shelves for the following books:

shelves: "Traveling by Car," by i The NAS Jax visit, tone of a "Save It, Invest It, and Retire"by
i Lane; Piter's "Your Assignment series of weekly trips throughout Rogers; "How to Gain SecurIty -

\ Overseas," and "Shopping All North Florida, was, broadcastover { and Financial Independence"by
Over the World by Yates. a local television station. Cobleigh, and Mager's "Put
Your Money to Work for You."

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T' EWs's' Pago5 1 1Old

16 April. 1959 JAX A' I'R'N'

Freedoms Foundation Lists

I ,-. 1958 AwardsNamed
ILWY _J t: Recipients Of

\ik :
man stork was kept run rm for top money of one thousand dollars and an encased
ning at the Naval Hospital last :4 & i George Washington Honor Medal in the sixth annual
week with 36 new arrivals "re_ t ) Freedoms Foundation letter writing program for the armed
t 1r
porting." .. : k- .. : services was Lt. Col. Thomas Greene, Marine studentouicerwith
Girls were born to: __ 'ii at Quantico, Va. third place, Navyman Rober'
Sgt. and Mrs. Peter Kashu- i The Foundation has announced In
_ $ Cotney, YN2, of CIC School
lines, March 23; James Joyner,, ) winners of this year's contest Brunswick, Ga.
CS1 and Mrs. Joyner; Pvt. and : i; :S with Lt. Col. Greene's name recipients of 50
Fourth .place
Mrs. Lamar Garrett; Harrell :I __ ___ heading the list. Writers penned dollars and medals included:

Brannon, PN2, and Mrs. Branno'n '13 k ______ '... .t ( essays on the theme, "My Part Comdr. Frederick Brink, NAAS
and Pvt. and Mrs. Donald : in Winning Friends for Free- and Lawrence
Whiting Field,
Tebo, born March 24. dom."
: Finn, ADC ,of Helicopter SqUad. .
Also' to Juan Beal, AN, and : TIED FOR second-place awardof ron One, Key West. .
Mrs. Beal; Merle Farence, DC1,, 500 dollars and the George Receiving, an Honor Medalwas
and Mrs. Farence; Edward Wol- Washington Honor Medal were Lcdr. John Chastain, of CIC
cott, AD2, and Mrs. Wolcott, and Navy Lt. Carl Burnett, Jr., mem- School Brunswick, Ga. (AFPS)
LtJg). and Mrs. Ralph Meh- ber of the Staff, Commander
ringer, born March 25. Amphibious Forces, Pacific Fleet,

And, to Harold Mixoh, TERM2,, and Air Force S/Sgt. Boyd Cut- Orange Park To,

and Mrs. Mixon, and David Put --- ---w ..- wright, Hq., Pacific Air Force,
ney, ADC, and Mrs. Putney, born ORDNANCEMEN E.8 AND E.9 C.W. Clark AOCS (left) Hickam AFB: T.H. Hold Rabies ClinicSince
March 26. and William Holland, AOCM, go over the Aviation Ordnanceman Others receiving honors in the
Born March 27: to John Cost- curriculum to prepare revisions to AO rating examinations. Hol. "Top Ten" include: Navymen an animal immunizationclinic
land is one of only two AO E.9sln the entire Navy and is down
ner, AB2, and Mrs. Costner; William here from the Naval Exam Center at Great Lakes ni. Ernest Creech, AT2, VW-14, will not bq held aboard the
Raab, AE3, and Mrs. Raab; NAS Barbers ''Point, Oahu, T.H., Station this year, pet owners are
Stanley Karpus, BT1, and Mrs. and Joseph Ceravolo, YN3, HQ., urged to have their animals Immunized -
Karpus; Leonard Motley,AN, and Ordnance Tests To SacLant, NavBase, Norfolk, Va., against rabies at a clinic

Mrs. Motley; Dale Paarman, FN, both winning 100. dollars and an a Orange Park Saturday..
and Mrs. Paarman; Phillip Harv- Become More Difficult Honor Medal. The clinic will be held from

ille, ADR3, and Mrs. Harville, THESE ENTRANTS received 0900 to 1200 and 1300 to 1500 at
and Sgt. and Mrs.William Craw Aviation ordnancemen had better'be up-to-date on their their awards from Gen. RandolphMcC. the Orange Park City Halt Cost
rate before embarking on any examinations the new Pate, Marine Corps Commandant for immunizations will be $1.50
girl was born to William tests will be stiff. aircraft armament and visits to at the Freedoms Foun- per animal.
Parker, E03, and Mrs. Parker, William Holland, AOCM, is the local squadrons. The pair also dation headquarters at Valley
disease of the
man who revises questions for a
March 29.Twins reviewed AO school curriculumsfor Forge, Pa., February 22.
is found all over the
a boy and a girl, were Aviation ordnanceman exams, emphasis of subject areas in This was followed by meetings family, is affectedby
born to Robert Martin, AN, and from third class to CPO. coming tests.Holland with their individual service world. Its occurrence climate season.
Mrs. Martin, March 25, while HE IS getting the latest scoopon an aviation weapons chiefs and secretaries at the neither nor
twin boys were born to William all AO matters, right up to expert, will go back to the Pentagon. A visit,was scheduled Men or other warm blooded
Hendon, AN, and Mrs. Hendon, guided missiles and the newest Northland armed with words. with Vice President Richard M. animals are susceptible to the,
March 28. special weapons. And ambitious ordnancemen Nixon at the Capitol on February virus, which may be transmitted
Boys were born to: Ronald One of two AOs in his pay might lay in a supply of that 24. through a bite. or wound ot some
Bennett, AE1, and Mrs. Bennett; scale, Holland is here from the same "ammo" if they want to I AMONG THOSE awarded 100 other origin.Whenever
Dan Nix, AOC, and Mrs. Nix; I Naval Exam Center at Great get ahead. dollars and Honor Medals wa I possible, a suspect
() .Robert -Hoyle. AN, and Mrs. Lakes.. 111.,. tak1n- an intensiveoneweek animal that has bitten a person
Hoyle, and Marion Kent, AD, refresher course at should be captured and confined
and Mrs. Kent, born March 23. NATTCenter's AO Schools. 4c -4' k under observation, preferably bya

Also, to Robert Spurlock, AN, C. W. Clark, AOCS, local ', *, ,0"" k veterinarian. Florida law requires -
and Mrs. Spurlock, and James Technical Supervisor of "A" and an observation period of

DeVine, VT2, and Mrs. DeVine, "B" schools, made sure Hollandhit 14 days.
both born March 24. Born March
all the high points. : ,. ..:.. .. ..... ( 25 to Harold Hill < '.
were boys THE STUDY included private :i i.j> :
,* k:
AEC, and Mrs. Hill; Gerold Feo- class sessions, contact with new : l' Your
tico, TN, and Mrs. Feotico, and ? #:;:.:;;
....The to keep on winning .
to Floyd Coberly, A02, and Mrs. :: : SAFETY
out in ;'
Coberly. I honors may be pointed ;wt
Born March 26 were three Morgan's "How To Study' and '
boys, to Walter McKnight, AN, "Stop Forgetting" by Fur s t, ; ;' L CornerHere
and Mrs. 'McKnight; Robert available at the three Station li- 'i p# ic/J/ are some important pre-

Parker TM2, and Mrs. Parker, braries. .. take when climbing
;, t::$ cautions to
: and Donald Hamilton, PH3, and : : : ladders.

Mrs. Hamilton. March 28: boy to Local Observances Set 1. Make sure the ladder la not

M/Sgt. and Mrs. Horace Abney. For Feast Of PassoverThe defective.

Jewish Holy Days of 2. Use ladder with safety feet

'New' CommissariesDue Passover will be observed Wed- f ,. 4, t suitable: for surface it stands on.
nesday and Thursday, April 22 .' 3. If floor is extra slippery, tie
Fleet In 1959Navy and 23, at local synagogues in ladder at the base or have some
. one hold it.CHAPEL.
the facilities Jacksonville.
families will use .l;
of 10 "new" commissarystores Schedules of services and activities _.. .. .._... h'
-"-- -'-'-''' ---- -- -''-
formerly Exchange grocery are available at the Pro- ADMIRAL'S INSPECTION Rear Admiral Fitxhugh Lee, GUILD
sections, to be opened dur- testant Chaplain's Office, Build- Chief of Naval Air Technical Training is piped aboard for recent -

ing 1959. Ing 750, extension 425. annual personnel two-day inspection Administrative/Material at NATTCenler. This Inspection.highlighted AdmiralLee the PLANS MEETINGMrs.

Shopping facilities included in! with over-all conditions at the
:;- reported himself pleased Norwood Phelps, distinguished -
this change are: NAAS Kings- Center. church woman and
yule, Ten.; NAAS Chase Field, -- ,,.8............... -; '" 11'" r.j" --- civic leader of Jacksonville
--- .' ,
Tex.; NS New Orleans, La.; ,_= : -' ; ": !. 'o'-:: BuPers Reveals Procedures On will be featured speaker at a

NAAS El Centro, Calif.; NAAS ALL bAINT'S CHAPEL meeting of the Chapel Wom

Fallon, Nev.; NAS Miramar, Sunday,April 19 Junior Officer AssignmentProcedures en's Guild of All Saints'
Calif.; NS Treasure Island, San 0930-Sunday School, threeyearolds Chapel Sunday at 1600 in the ,
Francisco, Calif.; NF Cape Hat- through adults, Bldg. concerning the assignment and rotation of lieutenants Chapel.

teras, N. C.; NPG Dahlgren, Va.; 722; Service of Divine Worship, junior grade, and ensigns of specified designators have been Having made a recent world
and NAS Glynco, Brunswick, Ga. Chaplain Beatty. announced by the Chief of Naval Personnel. tour, Mrs. Phelps is expectedto
1100-Service of Divine Wor- Vice Admiral H. P. Smith said, tell about her visit to Inter-
Answer to Puzzle Ltjg) and ensigns; andc
Prickett and "the need for officers qualifiedat
ship, Chaplains ( ) the large number of officerson national Christian Universityin
is and the
sea paramount
Alexander. Japan.
active duty whose periods of
OREOQN AINUMALEVERISLt' 1830 Teen-age Fellowship, practice of assigning junior officers obligated service are for two and She is an immediate past
r Small Chapel; Senior-Hi Fellow- of llxx designators to sea three president of the' United
ship, Bldg. 722. is followed to the maximum years. I Church Women of Florida, Is
I TERN & 1930 United Fellowship of practicable extent." However, These current assignment i prac- currently head of the Jack-
RiOT SNARES Protestants, Bldg. 722. the BuPers Chief pointed out, tices for male code llxx and sonville UN Association and is
, MOON ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL some deviation from this practiceis codes 13xx, 17xx and 18xx are listed in "Who's Who of
I I MSTER ASL4 Sunday, April 19 currently necessitated by a outlined in BuPers Instruction American Church 'Women.".
WARE IOSIEEILS 0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass. number of factors, including: All 'interested persons 'are
ANY G LeISILIT ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL (a) the size of the shore estab- 1301.33. Invited attend this'program.1

. ASHLANM Sunday,April 19 lishment; (b) the numerical A-tea will follow,in'the Small
SLINKS BOOTIIESI 0630-Sunday Mass.0930Protestant shortage of lieutenants ,which Automobiles run better after Chapel.'S >
t, Divine Service. necessitates filling their billets they are tired.

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The Navy's best aerial anti- The Trophy will be awarded Each winning outfit will receive 1

I submarine warfare units will receive annually to Atlantic and Pacific an engraved plaque at the r J. I _I

a new award for operations Fleet units for excellence in. same time it's presented the "E" ;. ,'( f )
i excellence, the Capt. Arnold J. operating land-based aircraft award. (rr'!', } S. ( ..

Isbell Trophy. (VP/ZP), seaplanes (VP), car- Capt. Isbell was a prominent .. .. .. ", nA
The Isbell Trophy, donated by rier aircraft (VS) and blimps of anti-submarine leader in WWII. ,..' -,:-""6 ...... . :a: Y
the Martin Company, will be anti-sub units. He was killed in action aboard' '..'U MY r/MM rIM.Mir M+M..M. ".y..t

awarded Fleet squadrons recei- Names of winning squadronswill the carrier Franklin six days after fr- ., .t .{ ;;; w1:

r%t \jLji \ ving Battle Efficiency "E" pen- be engraved on the Trophy, being named commanding officer I : >' .. '
nants, starting with fiscal 1959 which will remain permanentlyat of the carrier Yorktown, in : :

awards. the Navy Department. 1945. I ,
With TheToasfmosfers I
,1..i> 1 JJThe
I t ..... .. : i lt'ofi

Tickets Issued -, ( JAX AIR NEWS I* pro-
); hibited by Defense Department

Navy Civilian ToastmastersClub 186 Traffic regulations advertising.Ads from. listing 'commercial -

2366 installed its new slate
in this column are limitedto

of officers at Tuesday night's Violators HereTraffic V housing for rent. and sale,

session. rooms, lost and found items and
violations continued to miscellaneous (such as rides
New officers are Andy Planey ;
pile aboard the Naval Air _
president; Ken Scales, educa-I up :. wanted and stoop in duty) assign-
Station last month with Station
tional vice-president E. K. Mc- ments). *
; .
: >
Hrath, administrative vice presi police handing out some 186 : : ; 1 No ads are taken by phone,

dent; Junior Teske, secretary; tickets. .. \ all must be submitted personally
Walt Stanul, treasurer; and Ezra Appearing before the Traffic : or by mail. The JAX Am NEWS

Batte, sergeant at arms. Hank Officer were some 181 cases :t fj reserves right to edit all ads.

Young, Area 8 Lt Governor, Installed while the U.S. Commissioner received Deadline for ads each week is

the officers., five cases. Tuesday at 1200)).

Commended for a job well done Following traffic offenses were For Rent .
,., Dn1G ,, 1 Bdrm. furn. apt, conv. to
were outgoing officers Max Su- committed during March: reckless :y 9 \
ter, president; Lawton Green, i. driving, four; obstructing shop. center & NAS bus. $56 mo.

educational vice-president; Au- traffic, one; improper parking' ; ... 2037 Herschel St. Caldwell, EV
brey Silvey, administrative vice- failure to stop at sign, 13; speeding ; 7-3842 or EV 98176.

:president; Norman Brooks, secretary 43; faulty equipment, ,two; j 5 Bdrm. furn., sep. liv. & din.
Junior inattentive three involved t f : rm. Elec. kit IVt baths. $85 mo.
;. Teske treasurer, driving, ; :,11
t 118 3 Ave. N., Jax Bch. RA 4-
and Ivan Sanders, sergeant: at in on-Station accidents, ;

arms. five; involved in off-Station accidents t...,:. ,, ,"'".'''''''>.'.'...:. ''''' .... ..... 7984 or RA 4-7385
3 Rm. furn. apt. with priv.
Four new, members were initiated four, and miscellaneous BOOKS FOR THE SICK AND ABLE Primarily serving
by administrative ofTesnses, 42. patients and staff, the library at the Naval Hospital presents a bath. Util. incl. Mann, ext. 275.
relaxing and resful oasis amid a busy-and for somepainfulroutine. 4 Rm. gar. 'apt. Kit equip.,
president Silvey. They were Wil- The Traffic Officer issued 74 Left to right, are, Jim Stevenson, ATAN; Janet Huge porch, yd. $62 mo. incl. water.
liam Clark, John Lindberg, William restrictions, sent 10 violators to librarian and George Moses, BM1, a patient who spends spare. .
Purcell and David Moomaw. traffic 'school, gave warnings: to hours assisting in the library. 4346 Shirley Ave. EV -

Some. 35: ,persons, including .22, dismissed eight cases, gave I ISh Bdrm. block hse. w; liv.
''wives of members, sat' in on the indefinite suspensions to two violators Failure rm, bath, equip kit. 5161 1)7.8t.(
To Get
program which also included and suspended 43 DependentsID 1- or 2 mi. from NAS. Stalls,
Lea' Comee EV 9-0543.
training speeches by ,
Two were restrictedand
Teske,' Bill Clear-man., and Ezra sent persons to comanding officer for Cards Causes TroublesNeglect 1 Bdrm. furn. hse, large yd.,
Batte. porch. Near :NAS % mi. off 103
further action 11 for-
cases were
St. Avail 5934 S. FirestoneRd
now. .
Comee' startled the audience warded to other comands for action ,
with his "Can You Use $25,000 and seven were stint to of servicemen to procure ID cards for their de- ;, SP '1-2145..

)in' I960?" Teske\ wIng the seven commanding officer for action. pendents is delaying paymentsof doctor and hospital claims For Sale

spacemen candidates as examples for'treatment of military families Medicare officials report.. Home in Morehead City, NXV
There were nine accidents of 16 mi. from Cherry Point by rtd.
spoke on "Are You Dedicated? ; The Dependents Identificationand
Clearman cited our heavy privately-owned vehicles and Privilege Card, DD Form ual's entitlement to medical at- mar. Vick, EL 4-6787 day; EV

traveled roads in his "The Dan- nine involving I government vehicles 1173, the officials point out, soon tention. 8-8589 night.
gerous Turn," while Batte issued aboard the Station. may be the only acceptablemeans Insurance against this latter 3 Bdrm, 1 bath redwood hse w.

a challenge, to new Toastmasters of establishing the identity probability is particularly important sc. porch, patio. $2300 equity.

'with his,talk on "What. You Can Four persons committing traf- of service families seeking where serviceman and 2354 Barlad, EV 4-1830.

"Expect." fic violations were visitors aboard other than emergency care at; family reside apart.IN 2 Bdrm. block hse w. large

Table Topics was handled by the base. civilian medical facilities. THE past there have been Fla. rm, double gar. on 5 acres

David Moomaw, while Toast- ALTHOUGH a Medicare permit instances of possible fraud where land. Near NAS & Cecil. $15,000.
ineligibles have applied to doc- 5487 110 St. SP 1-2683.
master was Gordon King. Eval- TIDE TABLEHIGH still will be required for author-
head shrinker tors or hospitals for medical 4 Bdrm., 2 bath hse on water-
uators, led by LOW ized treatment in
many I services, the officials said. front. 10 acres land. Lrge liv. rm,
Norman Brooks Lawton
were AM PM AM PM the ID card serves to verify the
: This will lead the well. Graham CO 4-
eventually fireplaces, ,
Green, T. A. Wilkinson, Silvey Fri.
2:09: 2:42 8:33: 8:57
status of a dependent and the. Office of Dependent Medical 5353.
and Walt Stanul. Sat 3:08: 3-42 9:31: 9:58
sponsor's service as well as to Care to enforce a proviso that 3 Bdrm, 2 bath hse, large fam.
Sun. 4:08: 4:40: 10:25: 10:55
Five speakers, covering Basic dispel any doubt of the individ- civilian physicians and medical rm. Gl loan wooded lot. 7357

Training 'Projects one through I institutions furnish the ID card Greenway Dr., Ortega Hills. EV

last number of any member of a 76694.
five, highlighted Thursday'sprogram
of Mar Nav Toastmasters service family treated in settling 3 Bdrm., 1 bath brick hse.

Club 2280 at th Colonial reimbursement claims. (AFPS) HWF, sep. din. rm. kit. $594 dn,

Restaurant. $82 mo. No closing costs. 5262

Royce Ave., EV 8-1298
Wally Conyers captured top'speaker's Reserve Task Group
3 Bdrm, 2 bath shingle hse,

project No.position Four, "handsup"with completing Here from GlenviewTask Ortega Hills Dr., across from

NAS. Holmes, EV 9-5430.
; a discourse on a do-It-your- Group 720 arrived aboard _
self shadow box. NAS Jax Sunday to undertake Wanted

Paul Underwood acted as two weeks active duty' trainingin I To Rent-3 Bdrm, unfurn. hse.

chairman; Dick Murphy served anti-submarine warfare tactics abt. June 1. 1% or 2 bath, stove,
with VP-18. util. rm, washer conn, 220 v. out-
as ,toastmaster and Bob Geles
The which arrived here let. Comdr. Kellerman, ext. 272
I' filled the position of General group
Evaluator. from NAS Glenview, 111., com- or 656.

Riley Collins enlivened the prises VP-723, commanded by Diver-Fully exp, familiar with
: with Table Comdr. G. B. Bremer, and a unit Jack Brown rig, and willing to
I meeting Topics concerning -
,life in Florida. of Fasron 725, which is skipperedby travel. Excel. begin. sal. Fla. St
Comdr. R. T. Ellis. Accom- Employment Ser., 40 E. Bay St.
: Toastmasters should find interest S. l.vx : panying these Reserve units was Miscellaneous
in special collections at : Lt. William Kaucher, CnaResTra Swap-AMI with bur. orders

I!i Station libraries. Emphasis on and NAS Glenview representative. to NAS N. Y. desires swap with

j public speaking includes Proch- Besides ASW tactics, instru- AMI to NAS Jax or Cecil 'Crandall -
ment flying, navigation, night
"Speaker's ,Treasury( of
fiow's Irvington Ave., EV 7-4334.
J Stories for ,all Occasions"Hu- flying, ground flying, and upkeepand
EmI Ra HOCwww. repair of aircraft will be ac- Wrong medals picked up at
merous Introductions for CARPENTER SHOP The newly.opened carpentry workshop
I i eeesP by Brings;. "Basic Training is latest innovation to the NATTCenier Craft Shof' in complished.. Marlow White's. Owner call
for Toastmasters,*' Smedley, and Building 503.: Pfc. Kenneth Livermore is busy at the Brown, ext. 415.
I the, "Speaker's Encyclopedia of many power tools found thert. The Shop is open daily from,' 1300to ....Expectant parents might enjoy -
1630 and 1730 2200. It is not Wednesday afternoons,
to open
leafing through "What Shall
Definition TV
AneeI of
Stories,: Quotations and : "Chewinggum
the Craft
t however. In addition to the new carpentry facility,
:dotes." Shop has extended its stock in other lines. We Name the Baby by Ames. for the eyes."

H . .. '

1" 16' April 1959 JA'X'X' AI'R HE'w's w's __ p'a' ge! 1

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Baseball In : "" : .; ty:: ::< : :tW: ;: :; :t? [ : ,:: : ; i: ,
; : : {: In
CtairvoyantSpotliglzt ';.i ; : { Howard Loses Bid I

All-Service Defense

Jax Air News baseball fore- Army boxers retained cust ody of the Interservice Boxing

casters followed the script fairly Team Championship Trophy 1 by downing all opposition in

close in predicting outcomes of R the Interservice finale at Fort Benning, Ga., last week.
A The fifth khaki-clad win in
major league pennant races for Camp Lejeune, N. C. won the
tries the
this season. seven annual victory )
r t was scored over the best mittmen welterweight crown amidst a
It'll be the Yankees (who .a Dean Harrison
roaring acclaim over -
from the Air Force, Navy
else?) opposing either the Braves
Marines. The Army won six individual of the Air Force.
or Pirates in the World Series weight diadems. THE TWO kept the large crowdin

opening Sept. 30. You'd have to a constant uproar. Harrison
go far to even find a "big-time" ALL-NAVY champion i Law- pounded the Leatherneck fiercelyin

sports buff seeing any other rence Howard of Jax Navy lost the second round but Guilford

clubs in the dream series. in his bid for a second straight surprisingly weathered the storm, I

LIKE politics, this business of Interservice middleweight title then came back strong in the

predictions sometimes finds folks ate, ,'.4 : when the powerful local boxer third round to win the decision.

going slightly to the left. In this aaa XCyti: ;.\ y : was decked three times in the Guilford was the highly-touted
second stanza by Army's
case, several "doubtful" chipsare
a Marine who fought in the Jax
being staked on "darkhorses"for I' 4cr.,.''.' Conard.
Golden Gloves and was upset by
various positions in both The Air' Force won two indi- Jax Navy's Billy Martin. Martindid

leagues. ...., vidual titles while the sea serv- not enter the Interservice
:$;::::: "< ::;"'> <'-::::::;; ,,;>; ,.'?>>i: ::" :;",;, >*:;\sV,. ::r i,; r.t 4N: #'l {
Overall consensus of Jax Air ices were held to one apiece.
HIGH AND OUTSIDE It the call action in the
as began
News seers has it this in Lone winner light
Navy was
way Allen Hudson
Mainside Softball League last week on assorted Station dia- Heavyweight ,
the National League:, Milwaukeeand monds. Ray Meadows of Fasron Six is the stickman at the plate welterweight Ernest Curtis, who multiple winner of the Inter-

Pittsburgh, tied for first; 3. during second inning of a game between the Fasronites and Ord- decisioned the Air Force's Jim services, kept up his winningways
San Francisco; 4. Los Angeles; nance and Gunnery. Art Newman is behind the plate for O&G. Richardson. old rival
by kayoing an ,
Fasron Six unloaded its big artillery in a 17.1 romp over the
5. Cincinnati 6.
7. St.
; ; Ordnance gang. Slugging Dick Guilford of Marine Amos Johnson.
Louis, and 8. Philadelphia. THE BLOCKY Johnson ap-

AMERICAN League goes like Fasron Six Takes : ? parently planned an all-out me-

this: 1. New York; 2. Detroit; : lee of round-house, dynamite-

3. Boston; 4. Cleveland; 5. Chi- Lead In Mainside 't. JAX 'iiR' :sp itfl" laden lefts and rights to be his

cago; 6. Baltimore; 7. Wash- only chance to down the smooth

ington, and 8. Kansas City. ] Hudson.

Editor Gordon Robbie and reporter Softball LeagueAfter His plans proceeded until the

Bill Weekes string along late start of ..... \..,... ..,.>... .wi.:<.::".. \ with the Yankees but Managing a because the limit for anyone to last

I Editor A. H. Planey, perhaps atrocious weather, Mainside soft- against the Army slugger) whenhe

suffering from an overdose of ball teams jumped into activity SS 'DOGS9 LEAD' found himself on the deck.It .
with the start of play last week. ,
[early-season sunshine, says "To was the fourth straight In-

heck with the Yankees. I'll look Fasron Six, fearing perhapsthat terservice heavyweight championship -

[terrific if the Red Sox should early season rains would NAS KEG LOOPS for the Ft. Bragg sol-

in." Then he promptly cast a cancel some games, posted three dier, who made fans' eyes pop
leering vote for the Bostons. wins, 14-3 over MARTD, 17-1 Special Services and the I X-3 Division snared high series when he chilled his seemingly

j ROBBIE over Ordnance and Gunnery, "Mad Dogs" are leading the with 567.HIGH stronger opponent in the Jack-
American and National Leagues -
National League and 8-7 over the 679th Air Force. after TEAM game in this lea- sonville AAU matches last De-
.respectively, one
; 1. Giants; 2. Braves; 3. Pirates; t NARTU showed strength by month of in Mainside in- gue went to VAP-62 "B," with cember.
4. Redlegs :5. Phils finished dead last in team
6. Navy
; Dodgers
; ;
873 while X-3 took
thumping Supply, 19-4, then tramural high team set
7. Cardinals; 8. Cubs.American bowling loops. with 2384. outcome, compiling but 10 markers. -
Public Works 14-3. a
tripping ,
Ray Winstead, steadying influ-
League The Marines were third
Powerful VP-18 downed the Air AMERICAN LEAGUE
1. Yankees; 2. Tigers; 3. Indians ence for the AL -, leading squad, Special Sere .......... 7 1 .875 4591 with 12, the Air Force picked up
Force, 8-4. .......... ..
continues atop individual stand- 679th "A" 10 2 .833 6922
; 4. Red Sox; 5. White MARTD .................. 13 3 .813 9173 14 points while the Army posted
Sox; 6. Orioles; 7. Senators; In other games, Public Works ings with a 177 average with Bill CornFalr Jax .A. .. 6 2 .750 4650 24. No Army man lost, with all

8. A's. surprised Communications, 9-8; Saltmarsh of VW-4 "C" pacingthe NARTU "A". ... ..... 11 5 .667.688 7946DispensarY six in the finals scoring victories.The .

WEEKES MARTD clipped Administration, NL with 188. VP-18 "A' : : .667 nVA.44 soldier's ring victory was
"A" ... .. 1 5 .W 4785
National League 7-4; O & R dumped Fasron 109, HIGH GAME honors in the AL VAP-S2 "A" .... 11 9 .1150 10037 masterminded by Billy Cava-
16-15 VW-4 edged past Fasron last week went to Dispensary'sDick Disbursing ... ... ...... 6 6 .500 6423 head boxing mentor at
1. Braves; 2. Pirates; 3. Dod- ; AP-S2 "C" .. .. 8 8 .500 8273 naugh,
gers; 4. Giants; '5. Cubs; 6. 109, 4-3; VAP-62 whipped O & Carlson, who authored a FAETU "n" .. "r 1 9 .438 8546VW.4 the Military Academy for 30
"A" 5 1 .417 5491
Redlegs; 7. Cardinals; 8. Phils. R, 15-3, and Medical trouncedo 204 game. Pete Reis of VP-18 Faaron 109 ... ... ... .. 3 5 .375 3270 years.
American League & G, 14-1. "A" had high set with 547. Communlcatons .3 5 .375 3938
Photo Lab. .. ... 4 8 .333 5310
1. Yankees; 2. Tigers; 3. White Also, VA-44 downed O & R, VP-18 "A" captured high Hospital "A" .. 4 8 .333 6691
Sox 4. Red 10-1 Marine Barracks trimmed team honors, with an 873 game VW.4 "D" 22 6 .250 4252
; Sox; 5. Indians; ; I NAS Personnel 2 10 .167 6541
6. Orioles; 7. A's; 8. Senators. Faetu, 14-7. Hospital eked outa and 2514 series. Waves .. ... 2 4 .125 1173 TheWATER

BOSS ((1)) 15-14 win over Administration, Larry Lee of VAP-62 "B" took NATIONAL LEAGUE

1. Pirates; 2. D.odgers; 3. and Marine Barracks 27, Air high game honors in the NL witha VW-4"Mad "B"Dogs" 10 7 2 1 .833.875 6707 4042

Braves 8. terrific 245 while Joe Mesa of FAW-11...... .. 13 3 .813 8040
4. Giants 5. Redlegs Force
; ; ; VP-18 "B" .. 8 4 .667 6531 LINE
6. Cubs; 7. Cardinals; 8. Phils. Sup. "Enlisted". 10 6 .625 8336 *
Marine Bks. 12 8 .600 10964 Navy Jacksonville Sailing Club
American League X-3 Division..
7 5 .583 7250
host for the Greater Jack-
1. Red Lucky Strikes 7 5 .583 6286 was
Sox 2. Yankees 3.
; ; VAP-62 "B" .... .. 9 7 .563 8915 sonville Sailing Regatta in Mul-
Tigers; 4. Indians; 5. White O & R ........... .. B/ IVt .529 8158
NARTU "B" 8 8 .500 8047 berry Cove' at NAS Jax Sunday.
Sox; 6. Orioles; 7. Senators; VW-4"C" ............. 4 4 .500 4379 The elements opposed the
8. Athletics. Galley No. ...,8 8 .900 8110 nor-
CornFar xl.B" ,6/ 9/ :.412 8240 mal 1430 starting time, as a
... .....
VW-4 "E" 3 5 .375 4037
Operations ......... 6 10 .375 7886 squall blew up at that time witha
Semi-Final NARTU "Elec." .6 10 .375 5779 23 knot wind and gusts to 33
Play Fasron 6 4 8 .333 6381
FAETU "A" 1 3 .250 2351 knots.
679th "B" ..... ... .. 1 7 .125 3415 The starting flag hoistedat
Due This Week VA-176 "1i', .. 0 8 .000 3991
VA-44 "B" ... .. Contact Ext. 585 1525 with six boats still available -

and game to race.
For Spring CupThe The way to higher bowling Navy Rhodes Bantam 573,

scores might be indicated in manned by Len La Caze and En-

NAS Jax Spring Cup Golf W4I4 "D 0 n Carter's 10 Secrets of sign Ron Mann crossed the finish
Tourney have reachedthe '
"top dogs"
Bowling available at Station line first to take three points in
sei-finmals with George Tal- libraries along with Sparando's the Bantam Class. Chief Dicker-
ley-Joe Van Vactor and Frank Ka- "
"High Score Bowling.
son in Navy 572 was second in
del-Bill Roberts first flight mat- this class.

ches featuring the card. ANSWER TO BRAINTWISTER In Open Class, Lcdr. Robert Holmes -

Championship of the second 72. If A stands for number of of VA-176 stood first, Herb
flight has already been deter- apples originally in the basket
'Elphick of the Rudder Club sec-
mined with Bruce Gardener and x stands for number of apples ond and Russell Benedict of O

dumping Harv Harville in the offered to Bill, then: & R third.

finals. A 8A There will be a special meeting -
Bob McCauley squeezed past x2 =.= -andA-2-xa-- of sailing enthusiasts in the
George Reilly for the third flight 2 9 .
Reading[ Room of the Library in

toga. McCauley had earlier .,.m% ,ww.:. s.: :.. .lisel."':i From this, A equals 72 and x King Hall, Building 563, at 1930
downed Ed Holly while Reilly. EXPERT INSTRUCTION The youngster being given bat equals six. next Tuesday.Fish .
had decisioned Walt Heison. ting advice will be a few steps ahead of the gang If he absorbsall

Bill Sinnett upended Kirb Cal- the expert tips from Carl Furillo, (right) Los Angeles Dodgers Sam Dobbek, after two stories, and the way to
veteran outfielder. The boy, Michael Tufarella, son of NAS Jax- at Ft. Sill Okla. were
lam while Don Hodges dumped years he get the bigger ones that usually
based Michael Tufarella, AMC, and Mrs. Tufarella, was one of
Charles ,Waler in fourth flight many small-fry and old-timers alike who watched the Dodgers batted .377, will be returning to get away are topic A, in "Florida
semi-finals. play the Milwaukee Braves in town last week. the Washington Nats. Fish and Fishing," by Francis.


s Pago 8 JAX AIR NEWS 16 April 1959

I r ; Schedule of Special Sevices Activities and Facilities for April 16--22 I I

I MOVIES ThursdayThe Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday

_ _ _
HAS Bldg. 612NATTCenIer Buccaneer 1900 Only 1900 OnlyTeachers 1400-2000 1800-2000 1800-2000 1900 Only
Song ofBernadette Pet Fearmakers Great St. Louis Revolt in the Run Silent,
Robbery Big House Run Deep

Bldg. 563 1900 OnlyRally 1900 OnlyBuccaneer 1400-1900 1400-1900 1900 Only 1900 Only 1900 OnlyRevolt.Big
Round Flag Song-Bernadette Teachers Pet Fearmakers Great Robbery House

Hospital 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 onlySongBernadette 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only
Big Country Rally Round Flag Buccaneer Teachers Pet Fearmakers Great Robbery


NAS. Bldg: 3NATTCenler 0815-2100 0815-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100

Bldg. 563 0930-2100 0930-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100
Hospital 0800-1600 0800-1600 closed 1300-1700 0800-1600 0800-1600' 0800-1600


Bldg. 956NATTCenIer. 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100 1400-2100 Closed 1000-2100 1000-2100


Bldg. 593
\ 16CO-2200 1600-2200 1300-2300 1300-2300 1600-2200 1600-2200 1600-2200 .

Blue Jackets Inn 1630-2330 2000-2330 2000-2330 2030-2330 1630-2330 1630-2330 2000-2330
Mary Wilson Jimmy Geiger Glenn Reeves Bingo

EM. NATTCenler
1630-2300 1400-2330 1400-2330 1400-2330 1630-2300 1630-2300 1630-2300

EM, NARTU 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 Closed Closed 1130-1300
1630-2230 1630-2230 1630-2330 1630-2330 1630-2230


Gym. Open
0900-2100 0900-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0900-21CO 0900-21CO 0900-2100

NATTCenler Gym Open
1300-2100 1300-2100 1000-2100 1300-2100 1300-21CO 1300-21CO 1300-2100

NAS Bowling 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1300-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB1130130b 1100-2100 OB

NATTCenter Bowling.... 1130-1300 1130-1300 1300-2200 OB0730Dark 1300-2200 OB 1130-1300 1130-1300
1630-1830 DB0830Dark 1630-1830 OB0830Dark 1630-1830 DB0830Dark 1630-1830 OB 1630-1830 OB


Golf Course 0800-1800 0830DarkClosed 0830DarkClosed

Fish Camp 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800hr..
Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown
Hobby Shop. Bldg. 898 1400-2100 1400-2100 0900-2100 1300-2100 Closed Closed 1400-2100
Indoor Swimming Bldg. 614 1600-2000 1130-2000 1300-2000 1200-2000 1130-2000 1130-2000 1130-2000
SPECIAL EVENTS NATTC Library Mainside L'nge
Story Hour Open House
I 1600 1100-2300

I II At YI ... Cane Hunters Eye

t New Visitor MarkNumber

VP-16 of visitors to* VW-4
and the former Helen Hardy
Patrol Squadron 16 has con- Hurricane Hunters this year will
married 4
were Saturday, April ,
centrated heavily on pilot train- in at probably more than double the
a military ceremony Day-
ing this week after completingan tona Beach.A 2500 sightseers of last year, ac-
intensive anti-submarine ex- cording to predictions by Lcdr.

ercise. seven pound, six-ounce son, Wycliffe Toole, VW-4 Pubic i

During the AS-EX, VP-16 Timothy David, was born to Information Officer.

flight crews worked with a Ltjg( ). and Mrs. C. R. Gasparrini Y < With less than a third of the
Fleet-type submarine in the At- April 6, and Ltjg( ). and
there have
year gone, already
lantic. Mrs. R. G. Mehringer are proud
been a thousand visitors to the
The squadron recently played parents of a daughter, Lisa, born
squadron, only 1500 less than the
host to students from March 25.Welcome.
... entire 1959 total.
Park Elementary School. The aboard to: Lcdr. C. L. j1 'fl: : ...:.::. \. In most visits
: past years, were
students and their teachers Von Schrader, Ltjg). R. M. \:.,,:....:.................... ... ."."..,<..:.... .,,., made during the hurricane sea-
toured the squadron area and Kraft, Ensign J. H. White, W. M. r. ... .:;. ''''' son, which doesn't begin for an-
inspected. one of the Eagle'sP2Vs. Robinson, AD2, E O. Brewer, ....... other two months.A .
CS2, and K. R. Wilhelm, AN.
Lt(jg). R. M. "Goose" Goss possible reason for the increase -

says Lcdr., Toole, is the
additional number of hurricaneslast
Attack Squadron 44 welcomes season.

( from Page 1)) aboard Ltjg( ). Doug McCrimmon -

heart and bone ailments.Dr. who just joined the Hor-
Old salts and land lubber too
Russell stated that films nets from VA-104. He recently ; ': 5aco.
: ?a2aJzk: <'l. read so far this year revealed returned from a "Med" cruise. NAVY WIVES LEADERS Recently elected to fill un- will enjoy "Under Full Sail by

four new cases of heart enlarge- honored expired terms. Navy Wives Club No. 86 officers meet to discuss' Rosenfield, Bavier's "Sailing To
ments ten The Hornets were bya projected plans for the local club. Left to right are, Marie Lot Win" and "Yachtsman's Omni-
new cases of abnor-
'visit last week from 45 fifth linger, new club president, replacing Mary Hall who has left
,mal lung densities, and eight students and their teachers from lihs area vice-president Doris Daivs, and recording secretary, bus," by Calahan. .
instances where individuals have John W. Campbell School in Ernestine Derleth.ISawyer .

developed lung changes of some Palatka.
sort. These latter cases are referred GOOD NEWSThe
to the person's physician.THE Tour highlight was a talk giv- Plane Once HereContinued I House Post Office and

MAIN XRaylnit en by Arthur Berryhill, A03, on
Civil Service Committee is
( from Page 1))
,has been operating at O&R's the A4D ejection seat. sent to Norfolk where she arrived expected to hold hearings today -
of England led an expeditionthere.
con-venience Nine members of VA-44 have March 16. Her flying days on the bill to give Federal

every right to be happy these over, "Buzz Sawyer's plane" had workers the preceding Fridayoff
was moved yesterday to the Main days. They have just received At the request of BuAer, the whenever a legal holiday
logged 10,131 hours in the air.
,Dispensary where the smaller notification of their forthcoming CNO directed last August that falls on Saturday.The .

.balance of O&R employees will promotion to chief petty officer. the R4D be placed on a non- bill is expected to be
,continue to be X-Rayed until the New parents should find com-
The nine A. H. Atwell, operational status and transferredto enacted into law in time to
end of the month. fort and helpful hints in the Library -
Il R. G. Corbitt, S. E. LaFarge, NAS Norfolk for later perma- benefit Federal employees in
Beginning in May, civilian J. F. Montgomery, W. D. Pass, nent display in the National Air sections devoted to child regard to the Memorial Day
workers at Public Works, Supply car e. Especially recommendedare
R. E. Rellihen, M. I. Snyder, Museum. Gesell's "Child Development and Fourth of July holidays,
and other departments are sched- -
'uled to take advantage of these H. S. Truman and B. B Wilkinson At McMurdo, "Que Sera Sera" ," and "What To Do With both this of which fall on Satur-
days .
facilities: of the program. was' dismantled and crated and Your Pre-schooler," by Frankel.