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I I'' Slim For House Passage Of + .t !

Bill For Cold- War GI VeteransThe

GI Bill for cold-war next year. White House which is almost II
servicemen appears to be lost Rep. Olin Teague (D. Tex), certain to be vetoed by the d

for right .now, it was revealed chairman of the House Veterans President" :

by Navy Times this' week. Affairs Committee, told Teague said the proposal

,Although- passed by the Navy Times he oposes the bill should be held over until next

Sehate last week it". seems now* because of 'Its huge cost year When he said political ;

doubtful the House will" 'con 4 I don't 'propose tb hold considerations will make a

Sidetl.'tie'' 'measure" thin year. hearings this ''yearH he saldt"I : veto less likely. Next year Is

ft&'tnere{ + are new' 'Hopes aprogrartfwill :donH want H<""be a' party a Presidential I election year: F I

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VoL ,17 No. 23 U.S.N.A.S. ,Jacksonville Florida 13 August 1959 -- o ---;-.,- ............."'..,....,,...
'' MEET THE SKIPPER -"Undergoing"first personnel inspection -

,. :f<\': .,?>';-"''*>1 lmIWW o<,'"t"iIi rM>i:;"'';'\'.">.H, ,;&+::7.V,;;,,,,,"'::". 1 W..>.;oi r"'-.......*.i.';':,..,K'.4.". J"S"HK: :,Gk 1 l i\ W:W :ft&[", 4ltl b ; New Comdr. Cooper assumed command of the attack training squadron -
ih :::1s: :Jti't Flight from Comdr. Clifford McDougal in a July 7 ceremony.
Under Comdr. Cooper's tutelage, the Hornets set a new flight
,., ,, time record of hours for
2,476 July.
: : :: f. J" :" ";:: ': ,1' Time RecordIn

Lit ': f ;.; : ': a tremendous display of Attention Civilian- Employees

"All Hands" cooperation, Attack

Squadron 44 set a new flight time Off-Hours
J>," '.:: record for Atlantic Fleet units in EmploymentOf

:i .;.. July.
f : "v t. : t kkr:edt:
11 The locally-based Hornets, fly- .
ing six different types of aircraft, Civilians ClarifiedCommanding i
recorded a massive total of 2,476

hours during last month. officer, Capt. James' R. Reedy, this week

This was accomplished with commented on outside employment of civilian employee of
high availability of aircraft as the Station.
jL?' result of all-out squadron efforts It was pointed out that some 1 command to interfere with op-

; and good weather, a result ofNature's civilian employees of NAS Jax portunities of employees to in-
crease their income through acceptance -
cooperating outside employment to
accept "
Included in this record flight of outside employment,
supplement their income. the Captain stated, provided that,
: &jI mark were week-end hops <
2; 24 day operations.A "IT IS NOT the desire of this "((1) Such private employment ,I"'

good example of the hard does not_ interfere with renditionof '1

work and long hours that V A-44 VW-4' EARNS satisfactory service in their

PROMOTION ANNOUNCED Recently-promoted Comdr. instructors have to put in as partof regular position; (2) such em- i
William Wooden. (left) Assistant Maintenance Department Of their'' trailing future Fleet SAFETY AWARD ployment is not with private or-
ficer. and his Department head. Comdr.: C.' L. Hodgen,admire pilots is shown by Lt (jg) Frank ComdV ganizations holding or bidding
the look of the new commander's hat. Comdr. Wooden previously Dodson, VA-44 instrument pilot, 'Drexel E. Poynter, I on contracts with the Govern- I
served as executive officer of Fasron 109 which recently com- commanding officer of Air- ment where the employee
bined with Fasron Six and'the Maintenance Division of Opera- and Ltjg) Paul Friend, AD-6 borne Early Warning Squadron may
tions Department to',form 'the new ,NAS Jax Aircraft Maintenance instructor.The Four last week be in a position through his em-
acceptedan with the lo influence
I Department. two pilot-tutors' Navy
rang upa
aviation safety award for
combined total of 111 flight holding or making such
hours in July. the squadron's' accident-free; contracts; and (3) such employ-
Auto License Renewal record during fiscal 1959.
High water mark was hit by ment should not result In neglect
Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig,
Ltjg( ). Dodson, with 58.2 hours of official duties through attention -

Office To Open Here while hours. Ltjg) Friend had 52.8 Commander and' Commander Fleet Air'Jacksonville Naval- HE'to ALSO private asserted affairs."that "em-

Air Bases Sixth Naval District
civilian and The used VA-44 include ployees are'reminded of their Individual -
For the first time military and personnel planes by made the presentation to '
their dependents will be able to renew their Florida drivers : the A4D, F9F-8T, AD-5, the VW-4 skipper on behalf of responsibilities for
licenses without leaving the Station, ''the' Security'Office re- TV-2, AD-8 and the T-28. Comdr. Commander Naval Air-Force, avoiding any actions during ,off-
Damon Cooper is squadron com- duty hours, 'that may interfere
ports. Fleet.
charge to the one dollar license Atlantic with Department of the Navy efforts -
,>'Ah'' office will be opened Sep- manding officer; ;
I to1, maintain''proper public
tember '1 in Building 13, westside fee.This ,
added charge, authorized relations I
of .the Main' Gate, by ''the
Junior' Chamber of 'Commerce again this'year, after paying for t U--- In this regard, Capt Reedy .
salaries and clerical expenses is __ said that employees should ''re-
for the of renewing valid
Florida purpose;driving permits.AUTHORIZED ., donated ,to Camp Jaycee, ,the frain from accepting, seeking'or
Junior Chamber's camp for und- continuing outside employmentwith
by the state forth erprivileged children. firms involved in labor dis-
first :time last'year, the Jay-
with recognized labor
The renewal office here will putes or
Cees' inaugurated a' '"diversifiedsales
be open week days from 0900( to ganizations. '
plan'"which set up renewal 1700 and'on Saturday ''trom' 0900to Where a question of proprietyof
stations I in stares and 'supermarkets -
1300, from Sept 1-30 exceptfor outside work arises, employees
and added ,a 25 cents service
should IRD.
Labor Day,' Sept. 7. see

Contract Awarded For DEPARTMENT heads and of-
fice managers' are advised ,to Briggs; Webster Cop
Work On WV-2 PlanesA
permit one employee'' to'collect
; AE Honors
$S" million contract for mod- licenses of co-workers and bring

ernization ,of WV-2, Warning I these to the renewal station so Honor graduates from Avia-

Star radar sentry planes, has been new ones may be made out dur- 'tion Electrician's Mate School,

awarded by the Navy to Lock- ing non-rusli hours, and pickedup Class A, last week are James

heed Aircraft Corp. later in the day. Briggs, AEIAN, of Rialto, Calif.,
and Warren Webster AEMAA of
Aimed at providing increased Personnel are also remindedthat
Clearwater Fla.
search and detection capabilitiesfor driving permits of dependents ,
For Briggs it will be duty at
the may be renewed at the same
seeing-eye patrol planes
time. VX-4, Pt. Mugu, Calif. Webster
the program includes installingmore will be stationed here at NAS
Licenses of be
may renewed --- -- -- -- --' -"---'
radar moderniz-
powerful at the regular one dollar CPO WIVES TREAT At regular monthly CPO Wives Jax.Top
ing communication and naviga- fee in the office of Judge McKenny Club party for patients of the Naval Hospital's Pediatric Ward, honors at Aviation Ord-
tion systems, and modification of Ronald Johnson, (left) receives share of special gift of color-' nance School Class "A" were giv-
Davis at the Duval County ing book and crayons, in addition to ,ice cream and cookies. en to Louis Dye; AA. Dye, who
the turbo-compound engines to Court House.Outofstate. Mrs. William Purcell (center) and Mrs. John Seibert made the hails fro Havana, HI., will reportto
of 20 dollars worth of coloring supplies to the
increase' takeoff and altitude drivers must re- NAS Roosevelt Rds., Puerto
youngsters one of many contributions the Club makes' periodi
cruise speed. (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 2)) cally. Rico.Chances .

r 19591

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Capt. James R. Reedy..._._._IW. -.. --....__.__...N Commanding Officer ibi T
Cape Grayston H. Weber __N._......-.;_.........___.,............Executive Officer T
KXB Six IlMt Air JackwmTttto
Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig _._-....__-_........_..................Commander
Capt. georflIL Luker _.._, ,--N., ........... ..........-. Chief of Staff fair Jut
Cape Macptereoa William; -......_.........T- Chief of Staff. NAB 8U Lr'
fleet Air WIDer DarenCapt s
Robert M. MUner ....._....._.._...................... __....... Commander
rmjt Charles L. Lambing .................?....?._...................?............N......_. Chief Staff Ofttoar
Kara Ate Technical Training Center
Comdr. Robert J. Fleming ........._N._...................._....._ Commanding Officer '
Comdr. Gerald R. Pearson ............ .. ............................ Executive Officer "E '
Aavl Hospital }
Capt. Alton C. Ab rMthy ?...._._._....._..............................'"..... Commanding Office '" i
Cape John O. Fadar _.__...___....._..._......._........._..._ Xxeeutlv officer
Cape 1'. H. Holt ..M........,........__......_........................................ Commanding Officer
CaIDdr. William K. Bartfy _....._._..__N........._.._ KxeeuUt: Offloar

Printed commercially; with non-eppropiated funds In Jacksonville, florida
at BO expense to the government and in compliance with NAVKXOS P-W
Her. July 1BU. Distributed tree of charge to military ADd civilian personnel
et fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station. Naval Air Technical Tralnlnjt
Cent, Fleet LAir Wang 11 NATal Air Beeenre Training Unit and the,U. &

Service Information Officer ................-..............._........ Comdr. Jack ltafAssistant
Service Information Officer ....,......._.... Andrew H. Planer
Editor: -Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters-Alba Paterson; Ron Davis AN;
Gene Hagan, JOSN. Staff Photographer-Joseph O'Brien. PHS.
The 3ax Air news 1s a member of fee Armed J'QIWIII Preen Senrlc EXCHANGE EMPLOYEES COMMENDED
Mktertal appearing m this publication can be reprinted ptwtdlnc credit toCtven As a result
Photographs anises otherwise credited are official U. S. Nag photo of hard work and many long, tedious hours, 22 Navy Exchange
graptaa.Kdttorlal. CONSTRUCTION/ employees at NATTCenter were recently commended by Comdr.
: otteet located in Room. 00 Main Administration B1I mDa. Phooaartanaioaa
Wilfred E. FleshmaM, former Center commanding officer. Be-
$ ". m or SU. I
BILL NEARS fore the fire that .consumed ihe Center's Exchange facilities
,June 11 was extinguished plans were being formulated for a
As In Old Days Florida stands to fare well new store. The very next day, a store was in operation in
lfJlitR.8R" in new military construction if Building 590.Workers'. I

ShouldBe a bill which has received the

JJIJVGS; ;" riations okay from Committee the House Approp-receivesthe Efforts In Crisis

Our BywordNearly final go-ahead from Con-
Twenty births were reportedat

the Naval Hospital, with boys 100 years ago, the prop- gress. Cited By NATTCenter's CO
Included in the is
outnumbering girls, 12-8. rietor of a. midwestern carriage measure

Born July 6 were Keri Lee' to works posted ten rules for his the a $700,000 Pine project Castle for Bombing work on Twenty-two Navy Exchange employees received lettersof

Clayton Bailey, SHC, and Mrs. personnel to follow. Range in the Ocala National appreciation last week for their efforts in setting up Exchange -
Bailey; Peggy Sue to Robert Bryant employee should lay facilities the NATTCenter
"Every Forest which is used by planes << following_ fire of June 11.
A02, and Mrs. Bryant; Tam- aside from each pay a goodly .. Former NATTCenter commanding
bria Lee to Tommy Fankhauser, sum of his earnings for his bene- from NAS Jax. 1. officer, Comdr. WilfredE. chairs and the basic requirementsfor

ADS, and Mrs. Fankhauser; fits during his declining years, so An appropriation of $1,323- Fleshman, cited the civilian "opening up shop.
would be due
Margaret Ann to Lonnie Martin, that he will not become a burden 000 Mayport employees for "their outstanding FOLLOWING employees were

SN, and Mrs. Martin; Teresa upon the charity of his betters. Naval Station for constructionof work in achieving almost the awarded letters for their work:
recreational facilities, Indoor Mrs. Bernice Atkinson, Mrs.
Lynn to Wayne Skaggs, AM2, impossible.
have learned "
Today, though we -
and outdoor facilities and
and Waltront Farmer, Mrs. Alice Har-
Mrs. Skaggs. WHILE THE charred embersof
through social reform the advantages
club for enlisted .
Born July 7 were Robert Olvinto of retirement pension, what had been the Navy Exchange !: ris, Mrs. Lillian Lepley, Sam
appropriations would
Theodore Byford, AD2, and insurance annuities and social were still smoking, temp Turberville, Mrs. Audrey Fletcher -
also construction
to at
go Mrs. Ann Scarborough Mrs.
Mrs. Byford; Brenda Joyce to security, there still exists the Field NAS orary retail facilities were opened ,
Corry Pensacolaand
S/Sgt. Henry Dykes and Mrs. need for putting some away for for business in Building 590. Blanche Carter, Gordon Marchus,
Dykes; Paul Edward to Sgt. Ed- Whiting Donald Stowell, Robert Mann.
that rainy day. At,the first word from Comdr. ,
sal Hunt and Mrs. Hunt; CharlesH. I Troy Squires, Fitz Stoppelei
How often have met Fleshman, then NATTCenter executive
you a
IV to Charles Leighton IH Supply Savings Profit Jim Hunton, Paul McNure, Tt
who confided in you his officer, Navy Exchange Sullivan, Mrs. E d n a Fanche

AT2, and Mrs. Leighton; inability to get along solely on Taxpayer, Says Milne Officer Comdr. Henry Skipper Mrs. Jean Robinson, H. L. Dy

Also born July 7 were three. his retirement or Social Security.If Interservice supply coordina ordered the stocking of an emergency and John Baldwin.Capsule .

tiny tykes: David to Everett only he had planned regular tion has improved so much that retail outlet.

Martin, MM1, and Mrs. Martin; savings to augment his present taxpayers have begun to profit, Within 24 hours, employeeswere
Cecil Randle to Horris Rose, AN, income. To Be
asserted Cecil P. Milne, AssistantSecretary busy locating shelves, cash

and Mrs. Rose; Brian Douglas, to We're benefitting ourselves and of the Navy (Material) registers, show cases, barber
Lt (jg) and Mrs. Robert
Tutt. our family by "laying aside from in a recent speech at Portland, Developed For

Born July 8 were James Jr. to each pay day a goodly sum for DIVINE'SERV7CES

Sgt. James and Mrs. Corley; a our declining years." Me.He says the four services have

boy to Cpl. and Mrs. Cleve Am-' Your Credit Union encourages established a center to pool surplus High AltitudesA

mons; Christopher Brian to you to make regular monthly property, enabling each

James Crabtree, DK1, and Mrs. savings. The CU can accept a total service to use the property that contract totaling more thane

Crabtree; Timothy Lee to Okey of $1200 yearly. another service no longer needs. Sunday August 16 ":' million dollars has bee
YN3 ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL awarded Chance-Vought Aircraft,
Dewey, and Mrs. Dewey; The Credit Unipn has paid its '

Charles Patrick to James Lynch, members a dividend of no less I "The dead man in the boat was 0830-Service of Worship. Inc. for development of a pilot's

SFC, and Mrs. Lynch. 0930-Sunday School, three- capsule for high altitude flight
than four per cent since organi- I not injured -New York Daily
And, Dennis Lee to John Me- zed. Mirror. year-oldS through adults, Building Increasing speeds and altitudes

Hale and Mrs. McHale; Laura 722; Service of Worship, have necessitated more protec-

Kimberly to Robert Smith, AE2, Chaplain Beatty.1100Service tive equipment for pilots. Goalof

and Mrs. Smith; ,Laurie Leigh to of Worship. the pilot capsule program is

McKinley Warnell, AN, and Mrs. 1830 Teenage Fellowship, to give the aviator a workingarea

WarnelL Small Chapel; Senior-High Fellowship in keeping with increased

Building 722. performance of his aircraft.

1930-United Fellowship of If the capsule is successful, it

Army Lab Builds Protestants,.Building. 722. would mean pilots no longer

would be forced to wear or carry

,Better Bug Trap > ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL movement-restricting oxygen
0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass.
masks suits, personal
Washington (AFPS) Army Saturday (August 15)) the Feastof parachutes, bailout oxygen bot-
Engineers have built a better Assumption will be celebratedby
tles, life jackets and other such
mosquito trap. Catholics -as a Holy Day of paraphernalia.The .

Rugged and rust-proof, the new Obligation.
will be designedto
trap has an aluminum frame, a Masses will be held in St. Edward's capsule
from rest of the air-
FNAVY separate
hooded light bulb, a small elec- Chapel at 0630, 1215 and
craft in It
an emergency.
tric-motor driven fan, a screen 1645.
be boosted rockets and stabi
cone and a jar to house the catch. S e
lined by retractable fins.
Mosquitoes attracted by the ST. LUKE'S'CHAPEL
Naval Hospital At or below, 62,000 feet and at
light are blown by the fan
0630-Sunday Mass.0930Protestant approximately 500-mph, a first-
through the cone into the plastic Service. stage parachute would be used,

bottle where they are poisoned and when the capsule was at 14-

by sodium cyanide.The BC-BS Payments Due 000 feet and at about 220 mph,
a second-stage cluster of 'chutes
device is used to make Blue Cross-Blue Shield
------------ -- would
; policy open to handle remainderof

sample headcounts of the population ROCK 'N' ROLL Teenagers may not swoon but holders are reminded that pay the descent.

of the pests in an area and the Navy's experimental ship Compass Island executes a ship. ment is due August 1718. The capsule is to contain semi-
style of its own made possible by actuating roll
to determine the species in order stabilizers on each side of the ship beneath ihe waterline. The Payments may be made by automatic devices! to activate the

to establish proper control meas- stabilizers seem to be missing the boat, however, as their origin. check escape system in event of pilot's
al intent is io keep the ship on an even keel during rough or money order, but cash unconsciousness. It would provide
ures. weather. cannot be accepted.
protection on land or sea.



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9 13 August 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3
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1 J I I 'Hump' Force-Out Officers To Get $2000. Lump. SumIn I i ii i

a nutshell here are detailson
the most important aspectsof tions, the onegradehike on retired active duty under any circum- colonels twice passed over shallgo

1 1i1 the "Hump" bill passed by list, without pay, that Naval stances will not get the $2000. before a continuation board
and Marine officers This who claimed shall either choose them
both houses ot Congress last now can get answers critics which
i1 week and, which is still awaiting when they retire, if commended "Hump" officers get paid and for "voluntary retirement" on at

Presidential okay. for combat duty. This means no "White Charger" officers don't.It least six-months notice, with or

Pay-offs for officers forced out more captains going up to retirement will prevent payment to without the $2000 lump sum, or 4 it

early (commanders before 26th I rank of rear admiral, those who might be forced out for continuation. :

year of service and captains be- unless they're promoted before I under normal circumstances Those continued could still

for .30 years) is set at a flat lump I leaving the service. through "White Charger" or officers possibly go up to captain or

sum, of $2000. The bill provides that officers quality control bills. colonel; otherwise they would

It has killed tombstone promo-. who would not be continued on All commanders and lieutenantpresent retire on the present 26 years.
i1j __un ______

New WeaponsBureau unfurn For hse.Rent$75 mo. I
5-Rm per
I ScoutingVAP62 t' t ,. k Near school and shop. cntr. 4511 I IPost"

'< Given Hill EV 9-1724.
k "' St. (Murray )
j ; 2-Bdrm unfurn hse. elec kit
k 1
The ever-intensifying work of ZI\ r 1' 'Hill' Unit NodThe clean. 2920 Harvard Ave. i

preparing for arrival of the A3D- : ; &l : I1 2-Bdrm unfurn Apt. kit equip,
2P, the plane which will replacethe Senate Armed Services 2904 Cherokee Ave (Ortega) EV I

AJ-2P at VAP-62, is nearinga t 4 \ ; 1 'i Committee has okayed a House- 9-5326 .
climax. : e1 Il passed bill to abolish the Bureausof kit
5-Rm hse, elec $85 per
Most of the crews have been Aeronautics and Ordnance and mo. 4324 Appleton Ave. EV

trained at NAS Sanford and at 1 create a new Bureau of Naval 9-0421.

the Douglas Aircraft plant in Weapons. 1-Bdrm furn. eff. apt. priv.

California. Supply now reportsthe .' if4 The bill would set up the new bath and 'entr $50 per mo, incl
new storeroom is complete : bureau immediately but the Bur- elec. 2037 Herschel St. EV 7-384

with A3D parts. eaus of Aeronautics and Ordnance or EV 9-81T6 after 1700.

VAP-62 Detachment 12, on a would not be totally dissolved -I 3-Bdrm 2 bath. furn. hse. $110

photo job in the Azores, reports until next July 1. per mo 1944 Constant Dr, (Nor- ,

being able to get limited aerial Only change the Senate group mandy Village) ) EV 9-8883.

coverage of its area due to cloud- made in the measure, accordingto 3-Bdrm 2 bath, unfurn. hse.

iness and overcast skies the past Navy Times, is to make a Ma- $110 per mo 6724 Cherbough St.

week. rine Corps officer eligible for (Normandy Village) EV 9-8883.
Consequently, concentration has assignment as chief of the new 2-Bdrm furn hse. Carport and!

been put on radar photography, bureau? washer, $80 per mo, 6015 Sea-

which is unaffected board Ave. EV 7-3077.
by overcast. -- '" "--- Present law allows assignmentof
'1 Both planes and crews are giving NATTCENTER HAS NEW C. O. At change of command a Marine as hief of the Bur- For Sale '
outstanding performances there. ceremonies last Saturday Comdr. Robert J.. Fleming (right) eau of Aeronautics, though none 3-Bdrm 2 bath hse. 1% car
assumed command of the Naval Air Technical Training Center.
" Leading chief of VAP-62, has filled the garage. $2,500 equity and GI
Comdr. Wilfred E. Fleshman (left) was on the reviewing standto ever post.
Everett Jones, is celebratingbirth take final honors as men of the Center passed in review. Establishment of the Bureau I mtg. $75 per mo payment. 5111
of his fourth grandchild. Comdr. Fleshman will retire from Naval service September 1 of'' Naval Weapons is one of the Poppy Dr. EV 4-1914 after 1600.
Everyone is convinced he's found after 32 years active duty.FireFighting. recommendations of the Franke: 3-Bdrm bath hse. fenced yard,

1 the "Fountain of Youth" becauseof I Board on reorangization of the: assume GI mtg. 'with small pymt.

his lack of gray hair. Technique Navy Department.Two Corpus Christi, Tex., Call EV
The Photo Men are proud to 9-5415 after 1800.
have aboard as of this week: Boost other Franke recommen 3-Bdrm 1'bath hse. kit
Lcdr. Ward Berkey from' Fasron Gets By 'Purple K'First dations have received varying r equip. $500 cash and pmts of

Nine, and Ltjg) Jack Beden- degrees of action recently. $76 per mo. 2003 Orlean Dr.
baugh from the Randolph. major breakthrough conventional fire extin- (Normandy Village),
in fire fighting since 1913 has They involve merging of 12th
"Welcome" also 3-Bdrm hse.
extended toG guishers. near school and
been Naval District and the WesternSea
accomplished by Navy I
L. Saffell, ADP3; M. E. Bryn- "Purple K Powder" is now in Frontier shop. cntr. $1500 equity. 6125
scientists. spring, and
ing, ATRAN, and J. A. Hatcher tIt the process of being commercialized. Wilson Blvd. SP 10634.Miscellaneous .
problem of identifying marks
ATRAN is the result of a discovery -
It will probably be kept on
for restricted line
by chemists at the Naval hand where oil fires are likely to and special Ride wanted-From Norde Dr.
officers. No
Personnel To Research Laboratory of a revolutionary break out such as .at petroleum reached duty on the latter.SHIPYOSHORE decisions. were I to Bldg 110, 0730 to 1600. ext.

fire extinguishing: refineries. ,8324/320, Marlyn Faris.

I Be chemical known as "PurpleK Tests have also indicated it PHONESSec. Ride wanted-From Louisa Ter.

InspectedOn Powder.!' will be of great value in com- of the Navy Josephus Corner of Cassat Ave. to Bldg. 110,
THE POWDER is potassium bating fires.Development. Daniels from 0730 to 1600. EV 8-9713 after
21 bicarbonate and is to con-
August expected of "Purple K" is 1700. Miss Tribble.
versed with Capt. Lloyd Chandler -
replace the old bicarbonate of the latest achievement in a 20- One black English bike foundat
Commanding Officer's Inspec- soda now used in fire extinguishers. year program of fire research beIng at sea aboard the USS New Mason Field. R. J. Howarth,

" tion will be held for NAS Jax I. conducted at Naval Research Hampshire, in the first success- VW-4, ext 8217, Night Check.
. personnel Friday, August 21, ,it derived
name was Laboratory for the Bureau of ful use of ship-to-shore radio
) was announced this week. from the fact that it changesthe
The parade ground at York- color of flames from yellowto Aeronautics. telephone'on May 5, 1915. : Adm. Burke's!

town Ave. and Gillis St. will be lavender during fire extin- F

IL scene of the inspection. ,guIshmcnt. Cartoon EntryTells'

L All personnel, including thosein Most important factor is the
I the daily duty section are required -
powder's ability to rapidly reduce
to attend. Those actually amount of heat emitted by the Em Off
L standing watches, however, and
fire. This enables fire fightersto Admiral Arleigh A. Burke's
blood donors between
'June 30 closer to the center of
move cartoon didn't win first
prize, butit
and August 21 are exempt. the fire to fight it. tickled members of the American
Regimental muster will be heldat
OTHER ADVANTAGES of the Assn. of Editorial Cartoon.
1530, while officers' call is
slated for 1545. new agent are that it can be if ists which sponsored the contest.
l obtained easily, is inexpensive,
l Uniforms include full dress The contest, with a new hat as
not toxic and can be used in
whites for all officers (male and first prize, was for men prominent !-
l female) ; service dress whites for What They're Saying L in public affairsCongressmen -

chief petty officers and enlisted Supreme Court judges, Cabinet
women; and undress white "A" "Polaris submarines will be \ members, high Federal and
L (with neckerchief) for enlistedmen. constantly on the move in the military: officials, and former

sea area-always on station' and \ ; V President Truman.
l ayways ready. If the enemy ': :, '=( "'',
::-:+ ;): Winning entry came from Secretary
should dare
AnsWer td Puzzle a surprise attack, i, of Commerce Lewis L.
these submarines will be capableof "
IA1LJT.P1AISITEBIU '- Strauss. It poked fun
ISIHI instant reattack at the nation's -
an delib-
or a
IL EJOU4crIAUEIRJ! [ IAI erate counter retaliatory strike. + editorial cartoonists as being -
PAW SEARCklflil1 habitual pessimists.
-Cecil P. Milne, AI st. Secretaryof : S OJ'm" <
SPETS ITEALO the Navy (Material). The Chief of Naval Operationswent
ERS VaEMIS farthe out. Adm. Burke's

COS VERSE The road is stralgflt, the sur- / cartoon showed, a Navy officer

A CAN I4AD NE face dry\, Uo, .j.---, "---,.,Rn-nr- about to order a submarine at

STROP AlT PEP The pace Is fast, the sun is "PUNCHING" FOR A HIKE NAS Jax ,sailors last week sea to submerge. On the deck
OON ALP RA high, found themselves actually punching for advancement to pay stood a pair of odd looking editorial -
SOUP OUSTS grades E-4 through E-6 as they were tested through use of the cartoonists. '
A moment's lapse, a screamof new Navy-wide punch card system. Andrew Henley, AN a,
I CHoOLlNG TOE pain, candidate for aviation ordnanceman third class, punches answer
1l'4AIR INEE ERE Your loss, the Luckless Legion's card as he completes his exam last Thursday:'His comment on- Then'there was the high-sal
18ET CETE LED gain. the new war of taking tests, "I like it" .Exams for.E.8 and E-9. aried director who was 'always
were also given by this method. trying to make a little extra.

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JAX AIR NEW'S" 13 August 1959


: .ti 0', : V'l, ;' ,T), .l"'i'" : F I 679th Gets New C.O.I.'I. I Be Ultra-Sonits Discussed To At

: fetter; : The 679th Aircraft Control visor with the Chinese Nationalist -radar squadrons positioned ina Local SeminarFifteen

Warning Squadron of the Air Force. wide radius around Jack-

Navy Wives Club No. 86 Force, based at NAS Jax sonville. employees from five
Major Roy Van Rope, who
at the Clubhouse at Dewey July 1957 arrival A vital of National Air
reports has headed the 679th since arm Navy O&R Departments will attend -

for its regular meeting its new Commanding Of October 1957, will remain with Defense picture, prime con- a three-day sonic engin-

15.Hostesses Lt. Col. Olva Kivipelto. the squadron as executive of- cern of the 679th, its 200 officers eering training course here next

for the evening The new commanding offi ficer. and men, is operation of week, to be Instructed by Pion-

Mesdames Paul Babick, a veteran of 18 years with the giant 200-mile range radar eer Control Division of Bendix

Clinton' and Wallace Air Force, reported here Under a new organizational and readiness of the Air Na- Aviation Corp.

The monthly Ward Party Formosa where for the setup, the squadron will exercise tional Guard Unit at 'Imeson Various of ultra-sonic
held at the Naval Hospital two years he was an ad- operational control of Airport. of Instruction
cleaning is to be topic -
day. Mrs.Robert Miller was I
at the Station's first such

ed by members of her ; '., _ course to convene Monday thru
tee in serving refreshments Officer
Wednesday (Aug. 17-20). Eight
providing entertainment. local O&R employees will be
The "Pot Luck To Start
present. ,
hosted by Mrs. Barbara
Ultra-sonics, as used by the
took place at the Clubhouse Year Soon local department, is application
terday. Some 20 members _
of high-frequency sound waves,
r I'
ed.A Reserve Officer's School I sV tI1 t electrically produced kin a con-
Hobo Party was 'theme is set to start its ? .+ fined area, which generates a

the Club's monthly social year of operation with t scrubbing action between the

Saturday. Mrs. Martin Pellino scheduled to begin Sep- .: : L ; solvent bath and materials being

Mrs. William Rice were 14 at 1930., cleaned.

man and assistant will be held for 40 The process has been appliedto

A cake sale aboard the each Monday from 1930- J .... cleaning small, expensive and

is scheduled for Monday. at The Bolles School, 7400) relatively intricate parts of air-
Babick will be chairman for Jose Blvd.
craft instruments and radio and

of the Jax NROS, radar systems.

sale.Air 3)I George Purdy, announ- I ki "We have found it reduces cost
will be SI
recently that classes of overhauling these- pieces of

this year in: Navigation, equipment, since a better clean-

son n e I Administration (20 ing job is performed than was

Meet Plans only), Naval Electronics I, otherwise attained," comments

To Command! Inter- .-.m..m..m. _.-_......................,...........:..................H.... _......... ._. William Clearman, project engineer -
New FeatureThe Relations, Strategy and NEW C. O. TAKES OVER Lt Cot Oira Khripelto, (sailed when the facility' was instal-

I and Seamanship. ) talks over new command with his executive officer. Maj. led here in 1955. "Furthermore,

Navy is going to offers all Reserve offi Roy Van Rope. Li. Cot KiTbelio is taking over as commanding frequently assembled pieces can

targets at its annual air of the Navy, Coast Guard officer of the 679th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron be cleaned without necessity of
based aboard the Station since 1957. Maj.' Van Rope was former
meet planned for the Marine Corps an attractive skipper of the unit. Lt. Col. Kiviptllo arrives here from service being torn down into separate
Corps Auxiliary Air of earning promotion and as advisor to the Chinese Nationalist Air Force on Formosa. parts."

Yuma, Ariz., Nov. 30- credits as well as im A net savings of about $20

Some 44 Firebee KDA-4 in professional know- thousand a year in bearings alone
Tickets Issued 161 Traffic
flying jet targets are being has been made since installationof
ied for the meet. The Students in the Ready Reserve the equipment.

er rocket will be fired qualify for two weeks active Violators Here Last Month Aircraft instrument cleaning
Firebees, but this will all for training with pay, if equipment here consists of two

place over the ocean off desire.It vats about the size of a kitchen
Some 161 tickets were issued to traffic violators aboard I
Diego. would be to a person's ad- cabinet sink, with a reservoir of
the Naval Air Station last month.
.. .
VU-3, at Brown Field, to make application ,for Appearing before tne Trauic h. one gallon each.

cility near San Diego, will school before attending the Officer were some 169 cases ferred and had no action taken. The course is being held at

erate the Firebees. session, but registration will while the U.S. Commissioner disposed The wee eight accidents by NAS Jax because the cleaning

Modification of the targets held during the first several of 12 violations. privately-owned vehicles and 10() process has been successfully
ing done by Ryan .
here for several years.
FOLLOWING offenses were by government vehicles.
Co., includes painting of Further information can be The local department helped
committed during July: reckless
Approximately 35 tickets are
frames with fluorescent on any Monday from
pioneer the ultra-sonic technique
increase daytime, visibility to 2130 at Bolles School, or driving, six; improper parking, currently awaiting disposition. now used by other departments.
eight failing to at
; stop stop sign,
I Installation of contacting Lcdr. Stovall at
Attending from NAS O&R will
seven; speeding, ; faulty equip-
ing beacons and Jax extension 718.
be Robert Griffin Paul Strand-
ment, three; involved in off-sta S ,
flares. tion accidents, one; involved in burg, John Onstott, Charles Carr,
Fund-raising sign in front of a Arthur Welson, Julian Dekle,
on-station accidents, 12. ; other of-
4 Men Held In : (
Whiskey synagogue: "You Can't fenses, 44. Dewey Freeman and Clearman.
-Valdosta( Ga. Times) it With You, But Maybe .55 Other attendants will include representatives
The Traffic Officerhanded out t
(Puzzle answers on Page ) Can Send It Ahead." 23 restrictions, sent 18 violatorsto ;; from HomesteadAFB
*# and NAS Norfolk Alameda
traffic school, issued warningsto ,
. CROSSWORD PUZZLE I .5 Quonset Point and North Island.
16, dismissed 13 cases, eight
ACROSS rn- .rrrrciitii. were given restrictions and sent ; I .
)>ln muflc, *
v high to the commanding officer for action S ,f t Longevity Pins
4-Tmt) b S
K.ghrub gon ) while 48 other violators received -
- .
!2>Slgn cf I suspensions.
zodiacJS.Things S., I Presented To
don ACTIONS taken by the U. .S.
) worm x .
IS-Animal's foot Commissioner included five fines, 4

3 It'LxmUng It-Barracuda for one probation, two suspensions, S 13 EmployeesLongevity

%Virginia. three cases dismissed and one referred .
willow S service pins and
il.Behold! to military -court.
21-Bitter vetch .. safety awards were presented to
23-Scene Of tickets issued during July,
ST-Prenx: ;y% 13 NAS Jax O&R Department
eight were forwarded to other
wrong persons lsat week by
CaptThomas oflettucs commands for action, four were
41Ucktt B. Haley, O&R Officer.
SOPoctrySl'Indeflnit f by visitors and no action was
taken, and 10 others were trans- Completing 20 years service I
articlertConUlner were Gloria Psota and Eustace

as.POIIUled u4 Marine Sgt. Named Top McKinney, while William Bris-
tow and Edna Crawford received
".point _ Honor Grad At AEB( ) 15-year pines.Fiveyear .
17'Rlrer. I lan4U'Vifor 3
_. ActS/Sgt. Rene Lebourhis has awards went to
q.> - - -
-Anoamountain won top honors among graduatesof Wendell Daniels, William De-

.HIP the latest: class at Aivation martines, Russell Grelle, John

41.8vn codV; Electrician's Mate School, ClassB Hayes, Thomas Hightower and

O.DInncr eo... 4-5155 for-wnng M-rreftx 8Ia.,. : tm CtM at NATTCenter.Site Johnny Thcker.Earning .
ll.8rml.ul tar
44-KxpeU 47.'rrsJnh'g33Pedal \ .ft-Hlgh."lPt ad of OTOrtrcfcMUrg W-CV7' ratbs.iu.94wiUas. of Lebourhis' next duty safety awards were
tllcft steps station is unknown.A Joseph Fagan, Jr., Robert Neeld
fcSFnaneatUArrow ....$- f.Fralt Iakes ts-=u. .. and E. H. Stogner.
$-Acted -lI dpu
!tl0l'9--- noted meat packer named Flight Coptrol Shop 5117 was
it-Ontaref- ....,. .ese.t. .. ttOMnpiSSPim ......... Young One also commended for
... day when his its
,.... "''I'raIIn. trMArttfcfcl ..- safety
er-ms as... nerves Pushed prevention."The .
1I.0IIMI1IdII were unstrung
.4.... BELLE
bowJtI. ....... ;.rwsm ....... his wife's Ma, unseen In the Carol BALL Curry
....,.. $ ._ ... Davore appears to hay I
-.. .....- teStUtM-- ..t;. chopping machine. He canned her hud in the clouds as she bride-elect and her mother -
,.. DIII'" a. tosses her were in the "
L. beach bell around deceiving line.
et: = .. her and labeled her at -
.. .., "' 4, .-. Tongue. Daytona Btach. Clovls N. M. Nn lJotmI4LI4

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13 August 1959 JAX AIR NEWS

Meet .fF, bYa'E +A fiya ;'a>. ? c., vstds'o{i >ro.. > i McCaffrey

Held For NAS Returns To

Touch QifA9 14M ,P '' //hMIMN'AIIMMII/K MMIMMMnIMtR'r
LeagueA NAS SceneFinding

mere five teams had repre- ;r
sentation at Monday's initial organizational the electrifying climate ,

meeting for the up- of sports emitting an at- .>, -.f.

coming Main side Intramural tractive lure, Frank McCaf

Touch Football League. frey, ex-Jax Navy varsity z

Monday, August 17, has been coach, has returned here as .
set as deadline for entries for
Athletic Director.
teams still Station
wishing to enter loop
competition. League play is Known as "Mac" by the legionof

scheduled to commence August r friends he made here in past .1

25.SEVERAL years, the personable McCaffrey S IS :.yS
rule changes were plans to devote his time to the
approved at Monday's meeting,
foremost change being an altera- administrative, end of sports,

tion of the forward pass ruling. concentrating on Mainside intra-

An unlimited number of for- :. mural competition.HE .

ward passes may be thrown dur- HOPES to rekindle the
'Q' i! ;i :>\. : .f
ing the new season from any- TRIPLE CR6WN WINNER VAP-62 softball team relaxes rabid interest in both intramuraland
where behind line of scrimmage. after a highly successful diamond year. After snaring the varsity sports that was prev-
Only one, however, may be toss- Mainside, All-Station and ComFair Jax crowns VAP-62 is now alent during his previous tenure
ed when the ball is- beyond the competing In AirLant play at Norfolk. Front row (left to right) here. No plans at coaching are
scrimmage stripe.In Wet Blocker: Howard Baylet, Bill Penwell Milt Richardson. being made by "Mac" however.
John Fredericks, Bob Clow and Trace, Clancy. Rear, Bill Hawkins
the past, a forward aerial Henry Walker Nolan Harding John Faris, Bob Green, i His career on the local sceneis
could be executed dur- Matt Rutten and Chuck Chadwick.
only once traced way back to 1945 whenhe __u__ ____ __ ___ ____ _
ing the down regardless of started out with Employee
AT A. D. HELM resuming
whether or not it was thrown Relations Department. Late 1945
duties as Station athletic director
from behind the line of scrIm- l JAxIiDflj; through part of 1949 saw McCaf- it Frank McCaffrey,
mage.IT frey with Security Department.His former Jax Navy vanity coach.
WAS also ruled that a tag "Mac," as he's known by vet-
.is not legal when it comes on the I x," EWS uiyniu first endeavor at coaching eran sports followers here, will
take charge of Mainside intra-
'' forearm aboard the Station in 1948 saw
or hand of the ball car- mural activity.VAP62.
him transferring to the Physical
ier but will be "kosher" when
Education office in 1949 as athletic -
"bn the'uPPer arm or shoulder. [ director and varsity coach. Adds

r.s,Possibility I a five dollar forfeit Bears Redskins 0 Collide i
: fee was brought but DURING NINE seasons as dia-
'N up not ,
i) J', :Passed. Representatives have mond mentor, "Mac" teams fin- Jax

r '; \. been asked to take this matter Here In September 5 TiltKing ished below the"300 mark only
before their respective teams for once, outstanding for seasons that Softball TitleChalk
, ,' eonsidera Uon. covered a span of at least 50
/1 ri-esent Football, professional style, comes to Jacksonville, games per year."Mac" up another for VAP-62's
Monday were: A. W. September 5 when the Chicago Bears oppose the Washington more rampaging I softball machine. The
enjoyed even suc-
Petty of VW-4; R. E. Brier, Administration Redskins in the fifth annual Jax Charities Benefit game Heavy Snappers went throughthe
with basketball
cess teams, pro-
I A. S. Holland
; Air-
at the Gator Bowl.
craft Maintenance J. C. Ring hand last week at the openingof ducing some of the finest hard- recently completed ComFair
The Redskins, a popular team Jax Softball undefeat'ed.V .
679th Air Force, and R. K. Carr, the Bears' sixteenth consecu- wood clubs in J ax Navy history. Tourney '
with local fans due mainly to
VP-5. their Sun- tive 'training season at St. Jo- In fact, the 1949-57 era saw the VAP-62 is now representing
many appearances on seph's College, Rensselaer, Ind. ComFair Jax in the ComAirLant
day afternoon TV, will be show- Fliers ranking at or near the top
ing their wares here for the first Veterans will wear their familiar in service basketball. The '52-53 affair at Norfolk, Va. Local hopesare

time. The Chicagoans have played jersey numbers, with num- ./edition hung up a fine 22-7 mark being pinned on the big right
here in past years. erals indicating position: one to against tough competition. arm of hurler Bill Penwell.

TICKETS ARE currently on 19, quarterbacks: 20-29, left half- First assignments for McCaf- The slab artist carried the
backs; 30-39, fullbacks; 40-49, photo outfit to the Mainside and
sale at Mainside Special Servicesfor frey in hs] resumption of the
SALTYI-TUMDPFBOM four dollars. right halfbacks; 50-59, centers; athletic director's post is ironingout All-Station championships priorto

HERE AND THERE I 60-69, guards; 70-79, tackles, and details for the Fall intra- capture of the ComFair Jax
Plenty of good seats are avail- 80-80, ends.WHENEVER. mural toga last Monday.The .
able in the west stands at about season.
Moe: "You know, I've been possible in professional
the 35-yard line. Officials urge Snappers started the Corn- .
having trouble sleeping lately.
football, when a number For four straight Ed
years fair event downing Fasron
you to purchase tickets as soon by
"How is that?
: is not already in use and

as possible, however.All B row n has been the Chicago Nine of Cecil Field, 4-1, then
Moe: "I don't know. I sleep it fits the position, an ef-
pretty well at night, and in the proceeds, above operatingcosts fort is made to give a first-year Bears' leading patter ((377 completions squeaked past VW-4, 1-6.

mornings, too, but in the afternoons go to various worthy pro- player his collegiate number. 752 attempts, 50 par In a highly-touted final tourney
I just twist and turn." jects, s u c h as Duval Medical cent accuracy 39' touchdowns) offering, VAP-62 proved itself by
Center Auxiliary, Brewster Hospital Tickets' are also on sale downtown again dropping the Cane Hunters
at the Tourist and Convene and punter, holding a 39.9 aver
Neighbor: "Where's your bro Pine Castle Building Fund, 31.Eglip. .
tion Bureau in Hemming Park. age on 165 kicks.
ther, Freddie Jacksonville University Library,

Freddie: "He's in the house St. Mary's Home, Another Chance ;,. Tyndall Approve
playing a clarinet duet. I finished Fund of the Jax Police Dept., j
before he did." and to Boys Service Council. .. Abolishment Of FootballTwo
SOME 58 beef-struck candi- wwrawwMr war more service football teams

In a letter renewing a subscription dates reported to 'coach Mike have bit the dust!

to the Wheeling, W. Va. Nixon at opening of the Red- In an era of de-emphasization

News-Register, a woman wrote: skins training camp recently at of service pigskin activity on
"I personally enjoy your paper Occidental College in Los An- varsity levels, commands at Eg-
as much as my husband. geles.All. lin AFB and Tyndall AFB, both
men were also reported on in west Florida, have announced
Investigator: "Don't you know decisions to junk the varsity

you can't sell Insurance withouta Sport Shavings sport at both bases.

license?" Neb Turner, Ft. Story, Va., The Officers Wives Bowling
Salesman: 'I knew I wasn't chaplain, is also heavyweight league is due to start play about
selling any, but didn't know the
wrestling champion of Second September 3.
reason. Army All interested person should
Don Brown, baseball and bas- contact Nancy Moessmer at SP-
As they flew over the pyramids ketball star with the 26th Inf. at 1-2348 Phyllis Rutledpe at EV-
of Egypt, the brand new navigator
Ft. Riley, Kan., was a high school 7-3914; Betty Windham at .SP-
said to the pilot, "Take off /
teammate of unanimous
cage 1-1168 or Jan Baird at EV 4-4442,
your hat. choice Oscar Robertson back in before August 30.
"Why?" asked the flier. Indiana.

"Because," said the navigator, Army skier John Wolfe of Ft. Player-coach Bob Haacke of

"according to my calculations we Richardson, Alaska, will join the White Sands, N. Mex., has left

are now over St Paul's Cathed- Olympic Ski Patrol for the '60 ,,,,.. Aft the Army to attend New Mexico

ral" Winter Olympic Games at Squaw CENTER TITLE BEARERS Calling it a season after State on a football scholarship.Bob .
Valley, Calif Former AAU winning the NATTCenter softball championship, Aviation Elec
Sign in a Providence restaurant: featherweight champion Willie trician's Mate School Softball players have hung up the spikes Tetzlaff, international bicycle -
"If you insist on putting your Littles of the 36th Inf. has grown for another year. The Sparklet lost to VAP-62 in the All-Sta racing champion, is training -
tion game, 43. Teammate are, front row, (left to right) John
shes in tell the waitress some, winning five straight from at Ft. Hood for
a cup, Hunter, Tom Kannan. Dean Harr, Ed Geis Dick Smith and Ron Tex., pedal-
nd she will serve your coffee in lightweight opponents in Frank- Moser. Rear, Dean Fisher Bill McClure, Al Hoenow, Frank ing competition at the ,Pan

n ashtray." furt. Lueder and Robert Winslovr, coach. Americar Games in Chicago.Kickoff .


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6 JAX, AIR, NEWS 13 August 1959
1 n'

Enlisted Men& With College 3krf I( 'CPOlVbfes I

; Guest speaker at the CPO
Eligible For AOC TrainingEnlisted i Club's VIP Luncheon next Wed-
nesday (August 19) will be Capt.

men in the regular Navy or Naval Reserve on James R. Reedy, new commanding -
active ''who ''are COU officer of NAS Jax.
tfuty get: graduates may apply for flight
training Aviation Officer Candidate -,- t Lunch is slated to be being
mWH" ; 4, irtx'i"**, "*.* ment.; He must have 20/20 vision, introduced at '1200. T

,I. BE A United States citizen, I "XND, to 'MtJs-r' acree' 'td slay A table will be reserved for
on&tlve duty all chiefs"" planning to retire between
and bS at'le'ast*!* ywh'oldJMt'fMiH three1! and one-half
I 7af4-alter-'concretion"ot-'flight 17 and September;15.
cthde' U tai t lbtfhPpglin q::
** *i ii' ( train nand I must' ''be at-''a r permanent The "Hobo Dance" will also be
Possess a Daccalaareatefroman held ""next ''Wednesday at-2030.
duty station. for at least
accredited* Allege 'ttrtblfo10 -
+ *- two months. Entertainment will be provided
litrt..wlth hotftt; t 4 ; lid by the Jar Nava Band *; 3Gieyay <
i J1filp a$ q zai Jct.Jid Selected candidates, after successful '5 .
aeiWiautitrilly''alfspt4dotrcttlhlcot completion bf 16 weeks '
txo2''of,'il.tci6ft1u'accordance officer indoctrination' arid pre"- GazardsCan
with''Marfuartrt'fctedlcal' Depart- nIght training, will be"commis
...??*i k.4 ..... .!> -> i 1,_.J_ y.CcPW4R ._i. storied Ensign' hi the Naval Re- f'
serve. 4 < a (Gappen Gere

GJ APPLICATIONS should be 4&4% t The Russian, people have no
forwarded via, yoUr commanding letter: H. in their language. So
BIO. 'FREEZES. officer in with BuPers ,,_.... _.........-...' ....._, "",", "",, r_, lacking' an H they substitute the
(Continued ''from Pag*,t) Inst. ,1120.29.accordance' 'MEDICAL'TECHNICIAN'LEAVES:::: JeppU Turner Jr., letter G.Thus .
The bill 1 ''\t' passed' how, HMC, (right) receives commendation from Capt. Alton C. when speaking of our
Teague hid, might'also inter'fere. : The Marine Corps also selects Ab.me1hl"Nanl" Hospital commanding officer, at he is trans-
former presidents they say Garry
ferred to VP-44 at Norfolk following 19 months duty here.
students for the Aviation Officer
.with White":Hook'< acceptance "Your, performance of duty has been particularly worthy of Truman and Gerbert Goover.
"'of:'a''major" 'overhaul of Candidate program (AOC). mention and you are commended for a. Job well done" reads
the commendation. such technician in this since January The Soviets do not have the
the veterans'pension program Qualified men may applyin Only area *
in 1956, Turner is being relieved by" William Harris, HMC. automobiles and traffic we have
currently the milL : accordance with Marine Corps
either, but rest assured they have
The GI Bill as,passed by the Order 1111.1A. Ranger Antietam TIDE TABLE highway hazards, so they must
Senate would provide education HIGH LOW call them "gieway gazards."

and training,' vocational License RenewalsContinued Award Winners AM PM AM PM All of which means that regardless -
rehabilitation and loan
guar ( from Page 1)) r Fri. 3:39: 4:19: 9:51: 10:41: of how the words are
anty benefits to men who The hard-hitting attack carrier Sat. 4:43: 5:20: 10:51' 11:38: pronounced, the reckless driver 'i
entered military service after new their licenses in Judge Ranger and the- support carrier Sun.5:43: 6:15: 11:47: causes highway hazards and instant -
Jan. 31, 1955, or will be entering Davis' office only, not at any of Antietam are first winners of death is too often the final

service before July, 1, the branch offices. the Admiral Flatley Memorial Antietam, until recently basedat result of his carelessness.
1963. Award for aircraft carrier
The program is similar to Florida licenses which have prevention.One accident Mayport, has alternated between Death .,spoken in any language
that provided Korea> veterans, been revoked1)permitted'to ex- anti-submarine operationsin means the same thing! It isn't
except that allowances to help pire must be renewed through of the reasons for the the Atlantic and carrier land- the language you speak nor the
pay for schooling in some channels Ranger receiving an award was ing qualifications for Fleet units letters you use to pronounce the
proper and are not
cases would be interestfreeloans her excellent record of only six and the Naval Air Training Command words; it's how you drive }that
rather than cash gifts. available through this diversifiedsales deck accidents out of 12,500 land- She currently operates means longer life. '
I plan. ngs. from Pensacola. (Cherry Point, N.C. Windsock)

I Schedule of\ Special Services Activities and Facilities, August 1319MOVIES I

Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday
NAS. Bldg.:612NATTCenter 1800-2000 1800-2000 1900 Only 14, 18, 2000 1800-2000 1900 Only 1900 Only
The Hound ofBaskervilles Left Handof A Night ToRemember MatingGame Gunfight at The YoungPhiladelphia Rio Bravo
God Dodge City

Bldg. 563 1900 Only ., 1800 & 2000 1400-1900 14001900A 1900 Only 1900 OnlyGunfigM 1900 Only
Auntie Maine The Hound Left Hand Night Mating Game Young Phila.

Hospital 1900 Only 1900 Only 1900 Only 1900 Only 1900 Only 1900 Only ? 1900 Only
Man In Net Auntie Mame The Hound Left Hand A Night Mating Game Gunfight'

NA8. Bldg. 3KATTCenter 0818-2100 0815-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100

Bldg. 883 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. 855ITATTCenler. 1000-2100 1000-2100 i 1000-2100 ,1400-2100 '-- Closed 1000-2100 1000-2100

.Bldg. 813
,' h 1600-2200 1600-2200 1800-2300 1300-2300 1600-2200 1600-2200 1000-2200

Blue Jacket but 2000-2400 2000-2345 20002345The 2000-2345 1630-2400 1630-2400 2000
.:.' v Jimmy Geiger Redcoats Frank Williams Bingo

EM. NATTCenier. 1630-2300 1630-2300 1630-2300
"4, 1630-2300 1200-2330 1408-2330 1400-2330, \" )'

EM, IfARTU 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 Closed Closed 1130-1300
1630-2230 1830-2230 1680-2330 1630-2330 1630-2230

NAS Outdoor Pools 1100-2000, 1100-2000 1100-2000 1200-2000 1100-2000 1100-2000 1100-2000
/Vl tf

NATTC, Outdoor Pools 1130-2000 1130-2000 1130-2000 1200-2000 1130-2000 1130-2000 1130-2000. .,
I' '" V, 'r013012100 ,

NATTCenter Gym
1300-2100 1000-2100 1300'2100 1300-2100 / 1300-2100) 1300-2100

HAS Bowling 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1300-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB r

NATTC Craft Shop 1300-1636 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630
1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100

Tennis Courts (Navy Ex.) 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark ,0600-Dark 0600-Dark

I Golf Course 0830-Dark 0830-Dark 0730-1800() 0800-1800 0830-Dark 0830-Dark 0830-Dark

Fist Camp 0800hr.. 0800-% hr. 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800hr..
Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Closed ,Closed

Hobby Shop Bldg. 898 1400-2100 1400-2100 6900-2100 1300-2100 Closed Closed 1400-2100

Indoor Swimming Bldg.614 1600-2000 1600-2000 1130-2000 1200-2000 1600-2000 1600-2000 16002000I