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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 1958
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Destroyer Squadron Slated To Make Home At MavvortPlans

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to reduce In-port con-
centrations of Atlantic Fleet slated to be moved during late transferred from Norfolk, Va. which followed WWII and the Names of the ships whose

ships and at the same time im- 1959 and 1960.Mayport Of the eight submarines involved consequent necessity of utilizing home ports will be changed in

prove fleet operational readinesson is scheduled to get four will come from New established training and logistic March should be announced

the East Coast, are announcedby one squadron of destroyers dur- London, Conn., and four from facilities. around January 15.
Secretary of the Navy ing the next year while Charleston Key West. The new plan will provide an Local Naval officials are enthusiastic -

Thomas S. Gates, Jr. S. C. is due two destroyer "Active planning for wider optimum balance of Fleet in their approval of
transfer to
the May-
strength with respect to risks of destroyer
outfits and submarine
one squad- dispersal of ships by changing
The plan, which calls for relocation concentrations, realistic positioning port.
their home began in 1956
ports ,
of two destroyer squad- ron.The Secretary Gates declares. for maximum readiness in Capt. F. W. Brown, skipper of
Mayport-based destroyer Mayport, summed up the feel-
rons and one submarine squadron squadron is to be culled from The concentration of ships at event of future hostilities and ings of all in typical Navy fash-

will become effective in units now at Newport, R. I. The a relatively few ports was the economies of peacetime opera- I ion, "We will be more than gladto
March 1959. Additional units are Charleston-bound vessels will be result of the rapid cut-backs tions. have them aboard."












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Vol. 16 No. 37 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville Florida 11 December 1958I'
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\ Station Preparing For




3. 'xF 2 K, 4\,,y'. G4.'l. :G o Holiday Exodus HomeA
+', 4'S," 4Y4 +F r r+,jr2. rfi. frirJ. ',

scurry of anticipation, quiet but ubiquitious, pervadesNAS

: Jax.
The holidays are coming and nearly everyone is looking

forward to the festive season when folks will see loved ones,
$ x
.a friends of long standing will congregate perhaps after many

: z years of separation and strangers will greet one another and

> > $ perhaps mold new friendships.
Travel will be the byword of!
NAS Jax Notice 1050 of Nov. 17,
necessity during this busy periodof
1958 "heads of shall
departments
the year and at NAS Jax
that not than 50
time will be distributed to those ensure more
per cent of military personnelwill
: f who home for Christ-
/2 may go
V X. be granted leave during
V mas or New Years.HOWEVER. each of the two leave periods."

V : VVr V. in compliance with Leave periods will be severedin

twain. the first being- from

December 26 0600, Tuesday Dec. 16, 1958 to
0600, Monday Dec. 29, 1958, the
Holiday OKd second from 0800, Monday Dec.
'''' 29, 1958 to 0600 Jan. 12, 1959.
ACT TEST Conferees attending the Supply Traffic Management Friday, December 26, will bea Also the notice states that
are shown studying an impact test of railroad can. The barrels on the holiday for all military per- "consistent with maintainingproper
water to show how cargo would shift upon impact with another car. sonnel and civilian employees
cars in excess of four miles an hour when coupling or uncoupling security and carrying on
a railroad car traveling eight miles an hour colliding with another aboard the Naval Air Station, all normal routine station func-
64 damaged units. The seminar was designed to provide instruction in hand in accordance with Executive tions and services, heads of departments -
materials. Order 10792. may grant liberty
The extra day off will insure 1200
at
commencing daily on
SANTA COMESTO TAKES YULE a long four-day Christ- normal work days during the
civilians and
mas weekend. All period Dec. 22-31."
military will be excused from ALTHOUGH the deadline for
DEC. 24th work those needed for
except leave requests to Personnel Of-
All ungraded employees ,
maintenance, security andothp.r fices has expired for the, first
NAS Jax will receive a Jacksonville Overhaul and Repair Department essential duties. period, requests for the second

from Santa Claus in the a shutdown, period from 1100 December 24 Employees working that day period can still be submitted,but
of an early pay day 2, 1959. will receive holiday pay. no later than tomorrow (Dec.
week. lo s to this an- Those on annual leave that
/ANise not be possible. 12).
These employees will period of O & R week will get an extra day's Servicemen wishing to take
paid around noon and its sup- Some 2074 employees will be leave for the holiday. advantage of reduced furlough
December 24 in lieu of scheduled to be, affected by the shutdown. How- Provisions of NCPI 85.61Dare fares on railroads must travein
the normal pay date. December 29- ever, most of them have acquired applicable to temporary
uniform, purchase round trip
The next pay for per enough annual leave to cover ungraded employees.
(ungraded) employees will enables a the period. (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 2))

the regular Friday date the busy shops I EXPECTED to be at work dur- r S. '.:'Y'Fr'4

January 2. plant main- ing the holidays inactivity are t : ;.:.{.;. ': :':;, a.x } 2
that would other- some 576 employees. Full security -
guards will also continueto

Adm. Switzer be maintained throughout the

period.An .

executive order issued by
RetirementIs 5)O&R the President excuses Govern-

ment employees and postal

AnnouncedThe } workers from duty December 26,
without charge to leave.

The amount of leave
required,
Navy has announced ,..
Rear Admiral Wendell G. } then, for the shutdown period is
four-and-a-half days for most
zer, Commander: Fleet Air
workers and one-and-a-half
sonville, will retire April 1 .
for Power Plant
days employees.
Rear Admiral Kenneth

currently Commander
Division Two, will assume r Everett Earns Graduation r .5 V oyp Y. W ..!

senior Navy post in Honors At AK (A) SchoolJeral

ville. Everett, AKAN, of Mize, _
Adm. Switzer will be
Miss., earned top scholastic hon-
a career that has spanned I ors from Aviation Storekeeper, rer __ _
since his :
41, years School, Class "A," last week at .
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to the Naval Academy in {( NATTCenter. Marine Air

He came to Jacksonville Rear Detachment Drum and Bugle Corps has been formed. The group
lowing service as will Everett will remain in this surprise December .
Craig made its first showing at a flag raising ceremony
Naval Forces in the Fleet. area with Fleet Air Wing 11 at 3 in front of the NATTCenter Ad Building. Future plans
Adm. Craig assumed his April 1. reliev NAS Jax. He joined the Navy in call for the Drum and Bugle Corps perform at parades and
Rear Admiral ceremonies both on and off the Station. ((See story on this "first"
(Please turn to Page 6 .CoL ) Nov. 1957. for the Station on page 4)).



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Pago 2 JAX AIR NEWS 11 December 19j



JtI flJJflflJ3 1 CREDIT UNION I SubmarineUsed USS Skate Seen



HAS Jacksonville SETS Credit CLOSINGThe Union office in As Santa Claus Model!

Capt Elliott W. Parish Jr. ..... ...... __._..M........ Commanding Officer Building 39 will be closed at the North Pole? That was
Comdr. Grarstoa H Weber ...... .?..... Executive Officer during the week of December What did Daddy see the

Rear Adm. Wendell G. NAB Switzer siXi.'riMi..A.-..._.._........_Jacksonville_.........-.............................. Commander 29 to convert to back office question. the second question.
Capt. Grotty R. Luker ...._........-..m...._............_.. Chief of Staff. FalrJax Well, Daddy, he is Ernest Meadows, PHI, just home fron
Capt Maci)8erson) Williami.Fleet............Air.:.......WIaQ'Ele.en.." Chief of Staff NAB Six posting. wishing to depositor fv, c ac. caw n nolar bear. He spied the bear when th

Capt Donald E. Macintosh _?.....?............................>..._.._._................. Commander Anyone submarine -to-which he was assigned -
Capt. Charles L. Lambtof ........................................... Chief Staff Officer pay on a loan during this icecap through photograph
Naval Air Technical Training Canes the famous USS Skate,
Capt. Charles L. Moor, Jr. ..__.....,................. ...........,...... Commanding: Officer time may do so by mail. How- equipment as the ship Spe
Comdr. Wilfred J:. rieshman _...................................?......................... Executive Officer ever, no withdrawals will be was guided by her captain up through the dark waters.

Capt. Alton C. Abernethjr __Naval_........_Hospital__............................ Commanding Officer honored during this period.All into a lake in the polar ice. THE FIRST question asked!
Capt. Ferdinand V. Berley ........................-........-................................... Executive Officer received during might also
KAHT0 money WITH LUCK, Daddy Daddy by Marilyn Meadows,who!

Capt. Norman O. Anderson ,........._...__................. ...... Commanding Officer this time will be posted Janu- have seen an Arctic Fox. Their is three-years-old, was more important
Comdr. William J:. Hardy .*......_..?.....................................-.._...M......., Executive Officer ary 5 as of the date received. footprints have been spotted by than the second. It was I

Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville Florida Regular office hours will be polar explorers over the years. whether Daddy had seen Santa'
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-33
Rev. July 1858. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel resumed January 5. The foxes follow the bears, hop- Claus.
Of Fleet Air Jacksonville Air Station. Tralnfauc Credit Union officials and the leavings of
Naval to the
Center.Fleet Air Wing 11 Air Reserve Training amid the a. 8. i ing scavenge Unfortunately, answer was|
T aval foapttal. employees wish you all a very their kills.Perhaps.
Service Information Officer .___..... Comdr. Charles M. Thomas happy Yuletide season. no.But
AssleUat Service rnI mattes Officer _.?..._._?? Andrew H. Planer Daddy saw the mid- although Daddy did not I
Editor Cordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Jack Holme PHI: Bill night sun, for the Skate crossedthe see Santa, we think it likely that
Ann Weekes Daniel.JOSN SN.Dottle Staff Johnson photographer; Ron Davis- Joe AN.O'Brien Circulation-Distribution PH3. Mary The Sixth Fleet has no shore top of the world during the Santa saw Daddy. We think he
The Jax Ah News is a member j 'reee Servie must have spotted Dad's boat
when night never
I Material .r tearing fa this publlcatle anthbe printed prov4m retlt isclvea. bases in the Mediterranean. It is six months
.. rkUcraphe, luUet etherwiee eredlted are oCQolal U. & Navy ptot*. completely mobile and self- falls there. from the peak of the ice moun-
tain where his
Edltertil .(fleas located la Item MIL Main AteafcaMrattasi BvtttaC. PesM he the covering workshop is
saw
sustaining. Surely
-extensions 81M, 658 272 or 316.CregorySzelak. cradled.
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Most likely the bewhiskeredold

gent pictured the submarine
:
with telescopic lens so he would

First E-8 To Be : have a model for a toy Skate

.r.N.>x ;., : ;.. H:. '.df. +(rwx'y,.. : would rush into production.THE .
Hiked At VA-44
f; TOY Skate will be neededto

Gregory Szelak, ADCS, has go into the stocking of

become the first man to make Marilyn's two-year-old brother,

the new super chief rate of E-8 Curtis, and the stockings of little

at Attack Squadron 44. boys everywhere.Upon .

Szelak was promoted to his being snatched out by

new grade in a recent ceremonyat small hands, the Skate will be

which time Comdr. Clifford hurled into combat with junior-

McDougal, VA-44 commandingofficer size sputniks and miniature Van-

also presented promotion guards and tiny Honest Johns

certificates to 11. other men. and a whole arsenal of things

Szelak completed 20 years of D {. that go p-s-s-s-s-t and w-h-h-

Navy duty May 13 of this year. o-o-o-ml! (and p'ft.)
Of this total, half has been
spent at sea. For Christmas is coming .
the countdown for stockpilingJunior's
The new super chief petty officer -
joined VA-44 in March, Yuletide weapons has

coming here from duty with VA- started.
(Reprinted from the Norfolk,
175.A
day student at Jacksonville Virginian-Pilot by permission.)

U., majoring in secondary educa-
tion and proficient in the Rus- HEAP BIG CHIEF "Big chief" Gregory Szelak, ADCS (standing) became the first man with
sian language he Attack Squadron 44 to make the new super grade of senior chief petty officer. He's shown surrounded Vermont Servicemen
plans to teach
by six VA-44 "Indians" who also recently received promotions. Left to right, are R. D.
upon retiring from the service. Seaman, AMH2: J. E. Freeman ATI W. O. Buie, AK2; Szelak; W. C. Jackson. AE2; E. A. Panasik, Must Still Registerservicemen

Other recent advancements at AEM2, and S. D. Olinger, AK2. "____!__ .u .. ___
VA-44 include: R. D. Seaman, to ,;: irom vermoni are

AMH2; J. E. Freeman, to ATI; Comdr. still required to pay state income -
W. O. Buie, to AK2; W. C. Jack- Duelfer New NX LaundryPickup taxes, explained Vermont's

son, to AE2; A. E. Panasik, to director of taxes, William E.

AEM2; S. D. Olinger,/ to AK2; President SAMEThe PointsThe Hogan recently.
!J. G. Lain, to ADR2; R. H. All- Of Navy Exchange pro- Hogan elaborated by saying

red, to AT2; L. D. Pierce, to vides quality laundry and dry that persons who enter the arm-

AT2; F. G. Starke, to PN2; R. Jacksonville chapter of cleaning services.at reasonable ed forces from Vermont con-
Wakefield, to PN2, and C. Mar- 'the Society of American Military first Naval officer to hold the top prices. tinue to retain their Vermont

tin, to AM2.Exams Engineers elected a new position in the local post Following are pick-up sta- residency, are subject in full to

president last night in personof ACTIVE IN the Society since tions for your convenience: the state's income tax law and

NAS Jax's Assistant Public,, 1932, when a charter member of Buildings 106, 155, 11, 710 and are required to submit yearly

ScheduledFor Works Officer, Comdr. R. F the New Orleans Post, Comdr. 517. Also, Barracks "E", Building income tax statements just like

Duelfer. Duelfer has had over 30 years I 723 (Waves), Building H- any other citizen of the state.

CG Academy Comdr. Duelfer relieved Col wide and varied experience in 2009 (Hospital), Building 805

Paul D.. Troxler in becoming the.: civil engineering after he was (Jr. BOQ), Building 700 (CPO Dafiynishuns Shot-that whichif
:
graduated from LSU where. he Barracks) and Building
Cadet ... ...._..,,., 581
HopefulsNationwide -- "" "'"" """ ( some people have more than
received a BE degree and a Re- NATTCenter).

competitive serve commission in the Army one of they are half.
ex-
aminations for cadet appointment : Corps of Engineers.The Co..,., ..
'
.
f11 .
to the U.S. Coast Guard Acad- ''I : Society, which has 84 active / .i ) ; c 'w" "'",''':'''' "
.fA
emy will be held Feb. 24-25, posts in major cities all over ri : : :
the world, strives to enhance the ''
1959.Unmarried ,
servicemen between engineer potential of the country J '

17 and 22 years old who are high for defense, and, among other : : .

school graduates are eligible to things, advances knowledge of ;I"r, -,,.., :

compete in the annual examina- the science of Military Engineering :! i

tions. promotes efficiency in the i

The Coast Guard Academy at military engineering service and .. : \ ,; \ '
X<'
New London, Conn., is a fully encourages, develops and fosters .' .,. :.
accredited educational institution helpful relations between the engineering ..,. ; '
operating under scholastic and f ;" <"
profession in civil life '
i
military :
standards similar {
to '
and that in the military service, : t
those of the Army, Navy and Air ; "i//Y: ::" .'
Force Academies. as well as between military engineers : : i'''Ii\,

Graduates of the four-year 2. and other arms of the ," : :.

course receive regular CoastGuard military service. \ : :'; : '\.y
commissions and bachelorof .. : : :
I( illllill,. The Jacksonville "
post, foundedin : .1, ,
science degrees. NAVY FIRST NAS Jax :: <
\
., .
1942, is part of the Southeast '
Complete information on the Assistant Public Works Officer .
Comdr. R. F. Dueller has assumed Region, one of five such regionsin I '
cadet program may be obtainedby the
presidency of the
applying to: Commandant local chapter of the Society of the US. The National Societyhas
FINAL
PTP-2)' U.S. Coast Guard, 1300E American Military Engineers. a membership of 25,000 and Aviation INSPECTIONElliottAEC, (left) attached tor
Street, N.W., Washington 25, Comdr. Duelfer U the first the local post, 125 civil and the insp.ctldn party Mate last School at NATTCent.r< accompanied
Naval officer to be elected to week
D. C. (AFPS). this office. military members. being active held.erYlce.at the Jones NATTCenter left the Navy before last Friday retiring with after ceremonies 31 Years

Administration BuIldln;.



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1958 JAX AIR NEWS Pagt 3
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Traffic Tickets VA-44, VP-16, FASRON SIX


Issued To 205 ; I


MS ViolatorsDuring s Scouting Squadrons


the month of Novem- { Fasron Six 1

ber, pome 205 traffic tickets were An all-hands dinner dance ficer.

'issued by Station Police to violators was held at the National Guard Congratulations to Lcdr. G. E.

'station.aboard. the Naval Air Armory in Cedar Hills on De- Kerstien who was designated a
cember 3. PPC this week.
Approximately 183 cases ap- In attendance Comdr.G. .
were Lcdr. H. C. Smith has reported
peared before the Traffic Officer E. Phillips, Fasron Six com- aboard from NAS Oceana, Va.

and US Commissioner.These manding officer, and Mrs. Phil- Lcdr. Smith will serve as the

cases involved tickets lips, and the prospective com- new Operations Officer.
for the following offenses: reck- manding officer, Comdr. W. B. *

less driving, nine; obstructingtraffic Hosey and Mrs. Hosey. VA-44
one; improper parking, Q '; Some 250 persons attended the The new enlisted training pro-

43; failure to stop at sign or i gala affair. A chicken dinnerwas gram is progressing very smoothly -
light, 29; speeding, 71; involvedin served and music was pro- with graduation of the second
..
accident, 15; other, 56; faulty rx vided by the Jax Navy Band. class last week.

equipment, five, and inattentive Arrangements for the event The squadron once again deployed -
driving, five.Following were made by Ltjg( ) Jerry a detachment of replace-

is a breakdown of _....d.."'.",<<,:.. ",<"'.'.',,,,:,,,,,,v:,,,,,,",,>>>,,,,,, """,'.w..;, "'>>.w..,.,.,.........,,,. .-.' ___.\'Mi Keery and CPO Franzblau. ment pilots in charge of Lt.
action taken by the Traffic Court: AWARD WINNER Capt. J. Henry Etter (right) NAS Jax I Officers and ladies of Fasron Bordone to Leeward Point, Cuba
restriction, 85; restriction and Public Works Officer inspects new modification of the Demp- Six held a farewell party for for bombing qualifications.
C.O. for action, four; probation, ster Dumpster suggested by Public Works employees Leonard Comdr. and Mrs. Phillips at the
19 traffic school Messier, (second from left) and C. C. Harlan. Messier and Har
; eight; warning, 19th Hole last Friday.
lan. of Utilities Division, received Beneficial Suggestion checksfor Lcdr. Patrick Takes
23; dismissed, five; C.O. for action their. Improved location and methods of controls for Demp- Comdr. Phillips will be assigned -
five forwarded five trans- ster units. At left is Estill who also received
; ; Sandage a "Benny to the staff at NAS Pen- Command of VA-15
ferred, one. Sugg" check.Chain. sacola.
The U. S. Commissioner acted Lcdr. Urey W. Patrick has relieved -

upon 12 cases, one fine, one dis- Letter Schemes VP-16 Comdr. L. W. S. Cumminsas
missed case and 10 suspensions.Of commanding officer of Attack
The sight of flying papers and
.tickets issued during No- dust and the sound of desk Squadron 105 during a ceremony
Involve BondsPostmaster
Savings Monday at NAS Jax.
vember, five were forwarded to drawers slamming was seen and
other commands for action and heard throughout VP-16 duringthe Comdr. Cummins, who led the

one person was transferred from General Arthur E. Summerfield moved this I past week. The squadron is (first flight of US aircraft to fly

NAS Jax and no further action week to head off what purports to be another wave of chain: going into final stages of pre- over Lebanon in support of Ma-

was taken. letters sweeping. through the nation. paration for a FAW-11 admini- rine landings last July, will report -
In making announcement, strative inspection.The to Office of Chief of Naval
period of is that in
the Postmaster General said this many years Operations in Washington, D. C.
some instances a few persons inspection will commence
The chain letter scheme differs
Up new entering the scheme at the out- Wednesday with a squadron Graduate of the Naval Acad-
from those encountered in past
set receive more than they put personnel inspection. The Jax emy, class of 1944, Lcdr. Patrickwas
in that US Savings Bondsor
LADDER years in, but never receive the large Navy Band will provide the Operations Officer for Air
in instances receiptsfor
some sums promised.And marching music and the Com- Task Group 201 prior to taking
With CiviliansSome purchase of bonds, are being mander of FAW-11, Captain D.E. command of VA-105 which flies
transmitted through the mails many participants receive
McIntosh will be inspecting of- prop-driven Skyraiders.
without the accompanying list of nothing at all, but lose their
16 civilians were pro- names. entire investment. Such an out-

moted at NAS Jax recently including THE LIST itself is circulated come is inevitable inasmuch as Social Security Changes

two from O & R, five from hand to hand.A the supply of interested personsis
from Public Works, five from exhausted and
typical endless chain "chart"being soon the greater Seen Adding To BenefitsThe
Supply Department, and four circulated is one entitled the amount invested, the soon-
from Miscellaneous the saturation will be
groups. "This is a giveawayyourwealthcampaign er point Social Security Amendments of 1958 will provide

Those receiving promotionswere (possible return of reached. increased monthly payments beginning with checks earlyin
John Clark, Aircraft En- if wait 10
$38,400 or $51,200 you February 1959.
gine Accessories & Parts Repairman Lutesisk Lesse Meal
years). Payments have been raised for
to Aircraft Mechanic (Mo- Participants in this scheme ob- Planned For i those now receiving benefits and getting benefits.
tor); John Kemp, Stockman to tain the list by giving a receiptfor HolidayIf the increased amounts will be ANOTHER addition stipulatesthat
Production Dispatcher, both fromO purchase of a $25 savings you are a graduate or have automatic.IN federal benefits or work-

& R.Receiving. bond to the person supplying the gone to St. Olaf College at ADDITION many people man's compensation no longer
Promotions from Northfield Minn. Luther Col- affects disability payments.
list.IN or previously not eligible for pay-
Public Works Department were: THE latter's presence, the lege at DeCorah, Iowa you are ments are now protected by the Employees now pay 2 per
Charlie Burke, Apprentice purchaser is also to mail to the invited to a Christmas dinner of amendments. These people in- cent tax and get credit for wagesup
Sheetmetal worker to Sheetmetal individual whose name appearsat clude: to $4,200 yearly. BeginningJan.
worker; Ernest Leslie, Manage- top of the list a receipt for pur- lutesisk and lesse. 1, employees will pay 2%
The disabled who
ment Analyst (Engineered Time chase of a second $25 savings The party will .be held on Dec.I previously per cent on wages up to $4,800a
not of
were eligible; Dependents
Standards) GS-7 to Same, GS-9; bond. 18. Those interested are asked to year. Employers must match
diabled workers and
dependent
,
Lyle Martin, Helper, Refrigeration Two copies of the list are thento get in touch with Mrs. Tia Wat- parents of deceased workers these amounts.AS .
& Air Conditioning Mechanicto the first of the
be made, eliminating RESULT changes,
EL 5-7497
son at whose widows and children are
Refrigeration and Air Condi- name and adding the name of many thousands more will now

tioning Mechanic; Fernie Selby, the purchaser, who then endeavors I be eligible for various social security -

Jr., Management Analyst (Engi- to continue the chain by {!yyo>.sd5y'} .: payments. It is importantto
neered Time Standards) GS-7 to selling the list to two others will' ; ';{;;rv"7y. :.t keep in mind, however, thatan
Same, GS-9; Tony Zambito, ing to comply with same condi- :I f.Y: application must be filed in

Management Analyst (Engi- tions of purchase.The order to receive payments the
neered Time Standards) GS-7 to Postmaster General has % K'iki: ; ?,',';f6: first time.

Same, GS-9. advised that each scheme of this To learn how the amendments

Receiving promotions from character will be investigatedfully apply to you or any member of

Supply were: Joseph Dominic, and submitted to the De- your family ,get in touch with
Management Analyst (ETS) GS7 partment of Justice for its con- your nearest social security dis-

to Same, GS-9; Capers Griffith sideration of possible violationof trict office promptly. (AFPS)
Management Analyst (ETS) GS7 Federal criminal statutes.HE .

to Same, GS-9; David Hudson, ALSO stated that the In-
Garner
Service is : s.,. Markham, Joy
Management Analyst (ETS) GS- ternal Revenue study-

7 to Same, GS-9; Alvin Jones, ing the matter to determine Honors at AE 'A' School
Laborer to Mail Clerk, GS-2, whether this scheme involves Aviation Electrician's Mate
end Helen Voight, Stock Control violation of wagering tax statu- : T School "Class A" honors fell to

Clerk, GS-3 to Same, GS-4. tes and other internal revenue William Joy, AEMAA, of Chapin,
Promoted in Miscellaneouswere laws. Ill., and Dennis Markham,

: Harlan Amsden, Tele- The experience of the Post I AEIAN, of Vallajo, Calif., in the

graphic Typewriter Operator, Office Department with such NATTCenter graduation last

<;;S-3 Communications Depart- endless chain schemes over a 'Y +y. 7 week.
ment, to Teletypist, GS-4; Benny Markham will report to VF-
He "Didya darn those socks
:
Alderman, Truck Driver, Public 144, Mirimar, Calif. Joy has been
for me? CHARTER RENEWED NAS Jax commanding officer
to Dispatcher transferred to VR-8, Moffat
Works Production ;
She: "No. Didya buy that fur Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr., (second from left) receives new
Cashwell, Inspector (Air- Field, Calif.
Elton charter for NAS Jax.sponsored Scout Troop 131 from John
craft Assembly), O & R, to Lead- coat for me? Riley Smith, Muskogee Scout District commissioner. Chartersare
ingman, Pipefitter, and Norma He: "No." presented each year to all registered units of the Boy Scoutsof Our Fleets are instrument of
Johnson, Clerk-Typist, GS-2, She: "Well, if you don't give a America. Troop 131 has 42 boys currently registered. Sharing national policy and power whose
honors with Cant. Parish are H. N. Wilson (left) Scoutmasterof
Supply Department, to Clerk- wrap for me, I don't give a darn Troop 131, and NAS Jax Aerology Officer Comdr. James goals are peace, stability and
Stenographer, GS-3. for you." Mullins, Institutional Representative of the unit. goodwill.11 .



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.. Drum Bugle
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w Corps Now


At NATTC

Thursday, December 11 p 'y rF
Mainside-Island Women with z'tr NATTCenter Marine Air De
Marie Windsor and Vince Ed c: tachment's Drum and Bugle
wards. Also, Safari City and To w I Corps became a reality at a

Itch His Own.NATTCenterFrom. AiI :'I 4It surprise Flag Raising Ceremony
Here to J December 3.

Eternity (drama-reissue) with # The ceremony, in front of the?
Deborah Kerr and Burt Lancaster. $%t NATTCenter Administration -

Also, Willie the Kid. One t Building, was witnessed by

show, 1900 only. Lt. Col. W. P. Mitchell, com
Hospital N.o Place To Land manding officer of the Marine
(air drama) with John Ireland Air Detachment, and other military -
and Mari Blanchard. Also, Spook t and civilian personnel.THE .
and Span. :
Friday, December 12 DRUM and Bugle Corpsis
Mainside Fire Down Below L\! _! Y: composed of volunteers and
(color drama) with Rita t. majority of their i instrumentswere

Hayworth and Robert Mitchum. ....-...... -,.,.".-....-........,.,.. ,y...... \! procured through volun-
Also, Maggoo cartoon. One show, HOSPITAL COMMENDATIONS These men are being commended by Capt. Alton C. Aber- teer donations made by NATT-
1900 nethy. Naval Hospital commanding officer for work done cleaning a water tank. They exercised Center Marines, according to
only. utmost care while undertaking the hazardous job of draining and swabbing out interior of the
CWO P. S. Brenton officer-in-
NATTCenter Island Women. 165 foot 250,000-gallon tank. Left to right are C apt. Abernethy, James Harrison, Angus Hague ,
Hospital From Here To Delta Hobbs Robert Riggs, HM2, Charlie Respert, Scipio Day and Sherman Gould. charge.
Eternity. Present complement of the

Saturday, December 13 Fiscal Year 1960 TRAVEL REPS group is 15, directed by TSgt.I. .
Mainside Jet Pilot (drama- May C. Fitzgerald and Drum Ma-

color) with John Wayne and VISITING HERETo jor, Pvt. D. E. Lucas.

Janet Leigh. One show, 1900 The snare drum section is
See Increased Pro PayThere aid in the expected large
only.
flow of military personnel using headed by Pvt. Edwin Virden,
NATTCenter Fire Down who was awarded a medal for
Below. will be another pro-pay boost for fiscal 1960, i if the nation's commercial outstanding drummer during his
travel facilities during the
Hospital Island Women. Defense approves the Navy wishes. high school days.COMPOSING .
Kiddie matinee Mainside Defense has given the Navy holidays, transportation rep-
plan stems from financial inde- resentatives will be aboard the drum section -
Gun Glory (color drama) with the green light in allowing it to
Stewart Granger and Rhonda figure on an unspecified numberof cision on the part of money con- the Station, Dec. 12, 15, 16, 17 are Pfc. C. H. Hunt, Pvt. B.
Fleming. Also, Catastrophe and P-2 pay advances in its bud- scious politicians who favor a to aid persons traveling on A. Besson and Pvt. K. L. Hicks.In .
wait-and-see approach to the the bugle section
leave. are Pfc.
Punchy DeLeon and Congo Bill, get for the coming fiscal year.
Chapter 3.Sunday. ALTHOUGH Defense has given problem. Commercial passenger rep- R. L. Clutter, Pvt. W. D. Hutch-
resentatives of airlines, bus Inson, K. W. Kline, J. E. Croft,
December 14 no clue on whether it will approve SUCH financial indecision reflects -
Mainside Reluctant 'Debu- the P-2 advances, there concern as to whether more companies and railroads will T. L. Mullennix, L. A. Parriott,
tante (color comedy) with Rex would be the possibility that reenlistment funds will be need- be located in Building 551, Pvt. Leroy Flagor and super-
Harrison and Kay Kendall. some of the more than 19,000 ed to keep skilled specialists in Wing 15, at NATTCenter. vised by Pvt. E. J. Jackson.

NATTCenter Jet Pilot. enlisteds who will get $30 per the service. If it can be deter- Personnel are requested to Manning the Scotch bass drumis
Hospital Fire Down Below. month pro-pay starting this I mined whether pay increases on take advantage of this chanceto Pfc. J. L. Clark while Pvt. F.
Monday December 15 year will get another increase reenlistments are effective and get information, make res- S. Purviance handles the cym-
Mainside Cop Hater (mur- next year, if approval is granted. need to be increased, then the ervations and purchase tickets bals.
der melodrama) with Robert Much of the static in Washington pro-pay measure might meet without leaving the base. Future plans for the NATT-
Loggin. Adults only. resulting from the pro-pay I difficulties. Further help can be obtained -
NATTCenter by phoning the District Center Marine Air Detachm i
Reluctant De
butante. Passenger Transportation Office Drum and Bugle Corps entail

Hospital Jet Pilot. extension 276. participation in parades, reviewsand

Tuesday December 16 IiI ceremonies both on and off
Mainside Stranger In My WL Dental Corps Officer the Naval Air Station.
Arms (drama) with June Ally- Receives PromotionTo
_
son and Jeff Chandler. ;
NATTCenter Cop Hater. Capt. At NATTC Blue Cross-Blue Shield

Hospital Reluctant Debu- Newly appointed to rank of Payment Is Now Due
tante. i1, captain is Martin H. Hamilton of
Wednesday, December 17 w NATTCenter's Dental Depart- Blue Cross-Blue Shield pre-
mium payments due Decem-
Mainside Lost Missile I i 1 ment. are
(drama) with Robert Loggin ; ; Capt. Hamilton's appointmentcame ber 15-16.

and Ellen Parker.NATTCenter November 13, slightly more Payments may be made by
Stranger In I than two months after reporting check or money order, but cash
My Arms. in from Naval Station, Roose- payments cannot be accepted.

Hospital Cop Hater. velt Roads, Puerto Rico. Individuals are requested to

Capt. Hamilton has a total of check invoices as no double bill-

Comdr. Hosey At : 13 years Naval service--_, hrniron___u_.. ing notices have been issued.
once for two years while he '. .
: -
Fasron Six Helm went into private practice.A :
'
Comdr. William B. Hosey relieved native of Nashville, Tenn., r ,. ,:, .:::;.,
"
Comdr. Glenn E. Phillies he is married and has five chil- L 9!
as commanding officer of Fleet dren, three boys and two girls.
Aircraft Service Squadron Six ina LEATHER-WORK John L. Sullivan, AOL turned out The new captain studied for /i;'
these prize-winning pictures with about 50 hours work on each three ;r' '' 4I
ceremony yesterday at NAS
years at : :
Vanderbilt
Jax. during his spare time. The pictures which got Sullivan a nice U., : :
string of blue ribbons, with some red and white ribbons to then four years at the U. oJ :
Comdr. Phillips, skipper of break the monotony. are embossed on thick leather, then painted Tennessee, where he received
Fasron Six since December 1957.: with special leather dyes. his DDS.MDBS .

will be assigned to duty in Pen-

sacola. I LeatherWork Can Be Art I Payment 106 Due

Comdr. Hosey is a native of Let dissatisfaction increase Assessment No. 106 of the Mu-

Laurel, Miss. During WWII, he your efforts and you have "con- tooling for Sullivan per picture. tual Death Benefit Society is now I
served as damage control officeron structive annoyance." The finished product gives a due, members are reminded.All .
the cruiser Salt Lake City in feeling of depth and dimension, payments on this
the Pacific.He That is what John L. Sullivan, especially the embossed works, must be made by close assessment / ,

has seen duty with VP-2, AOl, of AO "B" School, and his and is as colorful as an oil painting business week from Friday, December of
wife Jean did of ?
a couple
years U"
.
served as executive officer of the 19.Only
ago, which led him to try making -' t t'
seaplane tender Orga, and saw pictures, height of artistryin Most vivid of Sullivan's work 4i
service with Naval Air Special leather working. are three bullfight pictures done 12 i
mainly in red and black, from a ShoppingDays
Weapons Unit, also as "exec."
Sullivan, whose hobby is lea-
set of travel posters from Lisbon,
He spent his first tour in this ther craft, said he "got sick of Portugal.This 'Til ChristmasAt r

area with VP-18, then moved to making handbags," and looked _
!
Sullivan's work Navy
around for something more difficult year, took ExchangeDid
the Bureau of Ordnance in and satisfying. The resultis three blue ribbons, one red, and

Washington. He has also attended eyecatching pictures in leather, two white ribbons at the Jack- you hear of the girl who YOO, HOOI Summertime iW
has
the Naval War College and painted with special leather dyes sonville Fair. His craft has was so discreet that, before entering not ended for for most of us, butAndia

has, also served with VAH-7 at made by his wife. brought him numerous other rib- a revolving door, she Martin, screen sun-wonhipper
newcomer Our
bons and
trophies from
fairs
are/ully( chose the beauty for
Sanford. is people she this week plays
There about 50 hours of and commercial companies. James
went around with? Garner'i girl friend in
"Up Periscope."




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I December 1958 JAX AIR, NEWS .Par-g-.. &


fear Santa: SendHeight

Most Outstanding Boxer

\\t Wins,' f


ned-The Fliers Nod Given Billy Martin

sere was cause for mild
[icing in the Jax Navy For the second straight year classy All-Navy champion
etball camp last week as Billy Martin of Jax Navy was named Most Outstanding
embattled 1958-59 Flierse Boxer in the Open Division of the Florida AAU Tournamentin

through with their ini- Jacksonville last week.
The slick welterweight, a
] win a 73-43 debacle
over Jax Navy's second winner.
of Gadsden Ala. had
product .
eak Wilder AC five
at "stacked
JAX
NAVY faced a
his hands full in the 147-pound
side gym. finale deck" from the start of the
Wednesday night against
roes with Mayport
Navy
I Richard Gilford, best mittman in three-night tournament when
the Albany Marine Supplyt a stable of 19 Camp Lejeune rugged Lawrence Howard, another -
were on tap for Jax Navy
boxers here for the tourney. All-Navy champion, was
week. The Fliers were con- unable to fight in his 165-pound
ed' good bets to trip May- MARTIN pleased the capacity class due to a wrenched shoul-
J but were given only a 50-50 Arena crowd in calling upon all
Ice to beat the Maiines. his ring savvy against the ag- der.The combination of Martin

)b Jester led Flier courtmene gressive, wiry Gilford. and Howard was considered a
Jax lost its chances for
season's victory with Navy
18 lead-pipe cinch by ringside addicts -
|ts. Chuck Felton broke out any team titles in this year's to take two first places.
scoring slump and fracas when only six men an-
dunked Camp Lejeune, with ten men
|4 markers. Ramond Fields swered coach Chuck Phillips' in nine final round open bouts,
Wilder's sputtering attack starting call. captured the crown with 50
13 points.ss Of the six Jax Navy entries,
points, followed by a crack Ft
\ number six came to Jax ........n...m.mT.nw.,'.,'. ,.,..'w..>"w".w.. ,...,."w.'WM."w" .,.;, "*:..:", ..; M.....".;.",;.;",,,..:,,"''''.;<<..,,'''*:.>:;..>>'''.;.,..... however, four earned their way Benning club.
earlier last I. AGGRESSOR MARTIN Martin left to the finals. With one of the
week when the Billy ( ) All-Nary FT. BRAGG ended third with
Ind Bullets, a strong inde- 147-pound champion proved he still has his stuff as he outboxtd smallest teams present, the Fliers Jax Navy fourth. Green Cove
Richard Gilford of Camp Lejeune In the Open Division of the copped fourth place in both Novice -
ent quintet composed of Florida AAU Boxing Tournament at the Main St. Arena. Martin and Open Divisions. Arnie Springs Navy, 1957 open cham-
[er Stetson University stars, a main cog In the Jax Navy boxing machine, won the 147-pound pion, had only two men entered
led the locals, 93-69, at De- class and for the second straight year captured the Most Out DeFrance, 125-pounds, won that this year and neither fared well.
prize in Novice competition forCOMFAIR
Boxer
standing Trophy. In the Novice Division. Ft

ac Stones, former court whiz Bragg's' 23 points was good for
>VV V *jNlxfcj
rd the carrier Roosevelt anda Pistol Team Gets >N the title, with Wilder AC, 18;

standout at Stetson, ledd Cherry Point Marines, 14; Jax
scorers with 18 points.er 67 Awards At Navy, 8; Green Cove, 4; Jasper,
high point men were Fla., 3; Jax Beach PAL, 3; Day-

[lie Samataro, with 17, and Fla. Fall Shoot tona Beach, 1; Beaufort Marines,
|ey Crittendon,. who pushed 1, and Lackawanna AC, 1, in

gh 10 markers for the The Jax Navy pistol team k+hN'$;C.. ,+t, Pld ', that order.
allmen. made a recent journey to the DeFrance, on the way to a'
Florida Fall Pistol Matches at final night decision over Ft.
Winter Haven and came home lAX A'cops Bragg's Willie Briscoe, won a
-16 Earlyge With a barrel full of awards. verdict over Clarence Johnsonof
Wilder AC, then TKOd, GreenCove's
Favorite Two squads represented Jax KEG TITLEComFair Francis Tatro in 1:45: of
; Navy, the Blue and the Gold. the second round.
The Blues topped all teams, cap- Jax "A" keglers are being fitted for kingsizehats
-16 remained unbeaten in MARTIN drawing a bye on
,
turing the coveted High Aggre- and have ordered a National League pennant to fly over
National
League to stay with inaugural night, gained a close
gate award. their domain as the Staffers officially nailed down the Na-
VF-173 for the loop leade second night nod over Richard
Fasron Alfred Jackson Blue squad tional League intramural bowling crown last week.In .
109 forged into the Chester of Camp Lejeune.
the American circuit VW-
rican League lead followingn member, gained High Military! hard VW-4 "B "
high
I 4 "B," although in first place, on won Hank Pearson, light heavy-
on the Mainside intraal Shooter award. In addition to must win its final contest before team game in the AL with an weight champion of the 6ND,
basketball front last week.e Jackson, winning teammateswere laying claim to the flag. 857 while the league leaders was the only boxer besides Mar-
Patrolmen earned their Joe Carpilotti, Bill Joynerand were knocking down 2472 tin to wear Jax Navy silks in
fad win with a 65-49 deci- Art Newman.The REGULAR season play in both maples for high team series. Open warfare.

over VA-176. Holding VP- Gold squad was composedof Mainside loops ends Friday Ray Winstead of Special Serv- After decisioning Henry Ma-

close to the vest in earlyes Jack Woods, Earle Payton, ComFair J a x''s Christensen ices took high individual series thews of Wilder AC, Pearson losta
of the game, the Thunders James Davis and George Hill. A captured plenty of honors last with a 564 and leads in the aver- championship round unanimous
were gradually worn down total of 67 trophies and awards week, hitting a 232 for individual age race with 176. verdict to Camp Lejeune's Jerry

I the winners' fast break of- were carted off by the two I high game, spilling 604 pins for Top individual game was turnedin Eley. After starting slowly, big
e. squads. high series while holding high by Riemanschneider of FAE- Hank was gaining strength at.
other frays, VP-18 evened average with a 177. TU's "A" squad.Marine the final bell but his rally came
ecord to 2-2 by edging VU- The Gold team, although not High team game was taken by too late.

37-36; Operations "B" broke taking any team trophies, accumulated the O & R Enlisted with an 882, Bowlers In Novice competition, Tom
-game loss skein by thump- 35 individual awards, while the ninth-place team also McTigue, 132-pound Marine, and
VW-4 "B" in a rough game, more than half the awards captured high team series by Stretch MarginKeglers Domingo Samudio, welterweight
18, and VW-4 "A" whacked
joined DeFrance in Jax Navy'scorner.
EM, 5224.Aerations brought home by the entire blasting 2496 sticks. of Marine Air Detach- .

"A" took Heavyfor group. SPECIAL Services, breathing, ment increased their lead in the

a ride, tripping the -.-. -_.._. _. ._ .__u.__.. __.. m NATTCenter intramural scratch MCTIGUE went out early
bowling league to seven games dropping a decision to Thomas
bing while4
squadron, 61-51,
:
"A" earned its second win = over second place NAWS School Avila of Ft. Bragg. Samudio
last week. won his first bout, a decisionover
he week by defeating VP-18,
SI. The Marines, with a respect- Robert Seals of LackawannaAC.

able 42-6 slate, are followed by .
the Missies with a 35-9 mark. In second night's fighting,
ulk Team 'I'Ir.Ot" AO School dropped eight full Samudio tripped Charles Johnson -
games behind and is in third of Green Cove, but took a

Golf Win position with a 32-16 record. drubbing from Willie Fluker,
i
Lester Lammers of N A W S fighting unattached. on the final
Ir. and Mrs. Don Foulk capd School holds honors for high night.In .

low net crown with a 69 series with 595, high average of. addition to Martin's being
take the spotlight in last 184 and is co-possessor of high named Most Outstanding Open
kends two-ball tourney at game with Bill Dunmire of, Division fighter, stubby Sam
NAS Jax golf course. MAD, both having 245 lines. I Boggs of Cherry Point gainedthe

econd place went to Mr. and I same award among Novice
s. Ev Harville when they Vice Adm. Robert Goldthwaite, boxers.

ted a 70. Third place wasd now Chief of Naval Air Training Final bout of the night saw,
down by the duo of Bill and a 1924 Naval Academy Interservice Heavyweight title-

anville and Happy Norris, : graduate, was intercollegiate holder, Allen Hudson of Ft.
h 71. featherweight boxing champ in Bragg, knock out James Barnesof
to. and Mrs. Larry Brown < 4 his Annapolis days Both Camp Lejeune with a surprise
led down the low gross crown 3 shooting a steady 83.fie NATTCENTER CHAMPS This is the club that carriedthe Anderson and his assistant, Bob
colors of NATTCenter Into the recent All-Station Touch
tandem of Comdr. and Football championship game. The team represented Naval Air Stevens coached the cage teamat Andy Brown, backcourt wizardfor
s. Jim Shirley shared a pair Weapons Systems School during the regular season and capturedthe the Great Lakes, 111., NTC the Ft. Gordon, Ga., Saints,
titles as Comdr. Shirley won league title. The 679th Air Force defeated NAWS, 8-0, In during their service hitches. has the choice of playing pro
at No. the All-Station fray. Front row (left to right) Phillip Ryder, : basketball for the Harlem Globe
ors for tee
closest to
Robert Burns Richard Cunneen and Barker.
William Turley, Roy I
and Mrs. Shirley hit longeste Rear, William Dunmire, William Sternchak, Lynn Brown. I Sign in retauTant"What food I Trotters or Harlem Magicians
among ladies. Donald Smith and Robert Griego. these morsels be." when he ends his Army tour .



6 JAX AIR NEWS 11 December 1958


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I Gruesome Accidents Shown In Film Playing Herd I


A real-life "horror show" is
undergoing a one-week run at the "Suicide Club" of Berkley, The movie is endorsed and being i days.

the Mainside Theater, Building Mich., an organization dedicatedto used by many police depart- The NAS Jax Safe Driving
highway safety as a deterrentto ments and safety organizations
i's: i:;: 612.A unsafe driving practices.It throughout the nation. Council made arrangements for
film entitled Death On the the showing of the film here. De-

Highway" Is being shown four depicts scenes of wrecked It's hoped the showing of this partment heads and commanding

times daily, except for Saturdayand automobiles and of the dead and film at this season of the year

Sunday, at 1000, 1100, 1330 dying victims. In color, this is a will serve as a grim reminderto officers of all tenant commandsare

and 1430 through next Wednes- gruesome picture and is not all people making trips that invited to have personnelwho

r.a1 day, (Dec. 17.). especially enjoyed by those with death continuously stalks the have not seen the film to

t The movie was prepared by, weak stomachs. I highways and knows no holi- attend one of the showings.
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..- -, _._-_For. -Rent- ..a.._-r..,. With TheToastmasters p Defense Reveals


3-Bdrm. Home. CompletelyFurn. Services'
Near NAS. 4560 Sussex Early

A v e n u e (Timuquana Manor:
Avail Feb. 1. Can see after 1700' Navy Civilian Toastmasters Release PoliciesArmed

or all day Sat. and Sun. EV- heard a variety of topics, rang-
7-1228/Ext-216/8164. Holmes. ing from how to properly clean Forces personnel

1-Bdrm. Unfurn. Apt. Atlantic your teeth to flying through un- normally scheduled for re-

Bch. CH 9-2721. Floyd. stable air masses, at their meet- lease or separation during the

Furn. house. Inq. 8601 Roosevelt ing Tuesday evening.T. Christmas-New Year holidays

Reasonable rent. Ehlen. A. Wilkinson delivered an son will be discharged
earlier when it's and
3-Bdrm. Unfurn. house. 8601 explanation on "Flying Through possible
consistent with
Roosevelt Blvd. Ehlen. Unstable Air Masses"; Norman operational
schedules.
4-Rm. cottage. 420 Melba St. Brooks took the lowly flea to L

$60 Mo. EV 8-9886. Cunningham. task at the "Invisible Killer"; Defense Department, in announcing -

Efficiency Rm. 3804 ValenciaRd. Jim Liggett exploded the theoryof I the policy of each sep-

$12.50 Wk. EV 9-7852. Rich- "Darwinism", while Ken arate service, said about 16,000

mond. Scales brought in a set of molars servicemen will be eligible for

3-Bdrm. house. 4540 Sussex for his demonstration on"Teeth". early release under the program.

Ave. (Timuquana Manor). Avail. BETWEEN Dec. 10-19, the

Jan. '59. EV 8-5037/Ext-8423. Army plans to relase nonregular -
Station
Faubion. Prepping officers and men whose duty
.. .., .
1-Bdrm. Furn. Apt. 2037 Her- (Continued from Page 1)) I tours normally expire between
SANTA'S WORKSHOP This attractive collection of
schel St. EV 9-B176. CaldwelL tickets and possess leave papers. toysis Dec. 20, 1958 and Jan. 4, 1959,
a by-product of efforts expended by enlisted men of NAS Jax
Furn. Apt. 5934 Wesconnett Personnel departing on leave O & R Department who collected a bunch of old, broken ioys with certain exceptions.The .

Blvd. SP 1-1106. Oakley.For will be paid on regular pay days, and fixed them up. When the men got through repairing and Navy and Marine Corps
Salt but these desiring to have pay repainting on their own time and with their own money, they said personnel normally due for
had veritable "Santa's The will be
a distributedto
Workshop.
toys
Equity in 3-Bdrm house. 5250 checks mailed to them should youngsters from Jacksonville orphanages. separation between Dec. 20, 1958

Seaspray Ave. (Venetia Ter.' ). provide their division officer and Jan. 5, 1959 may be released

$63.33 Mo. Can see after 1630. with a self-addressed envelopefor during the period Dec. 17-20,

SP 1-1341 Warren. mailing the check. 1958.

1947 31-ft. Trlr. Take up payt's DIVISION officers will collect Recreation CalendarRecreational Exceptions to the Army's rul-

And buy small equity. $49.87 Mo. checks on regular pay days and ing are those personnel stationed

Ext-419. Thompson. mail them on that date to those facilities aboard the Station for the coming overseas (unless they're stationedin

3-Bdrm. home. 6239 Com- who have complied with above week are: a US territory of which they
modore Dr. (Venetia Ter.). $59 I
I
LOUNGES
citizen involuntarily
stipulations. are a ), officers being -
Mo. Dwn pay't can be worked 1700 Sunday, no Saturday hours.
relieved from active
Mainside Lounge Building
Heads of departments are also CLUBS
SP
out. 1-0815.
955, operating hours 1000 to 2100; duty on specific dates, personnel
3-Bdrm. %-bath. home. Or- authorized to grant leave to civ- Blue Jackets Inn, 1630-2330
NATTCenter Lounge, Building under investigation, or those being -
tega Hills. $74 Mo. EV 4-6298. ilian personnel at their discre- Monday thru Thursday; 1630-
593, hours of operation, 1600- separated as a result of resignations -
DeVries. 2330 Monday thru Thursday;
2200 Monday thru Friday, and or for cause.
Miscellaneous: tion.Both 1630-2400 Friday; 1200-2400 Sat-
civilian and military per- 1300-2300 Saturday and Sunday. A I R FORCE for the
i Wanted: Working mother,with urday and 1200-2330 Sunday; EM policy

two school age sons, would like sonnel will have the following LIBRARIES Club, NATTCenter, 1600-2300 holiday release, subject to com-

to share home with Navy couple. days off by executive order of Mainside Library, Building 3, Monday thru Friday; 1400-2300 manders' discretion, directs that

Murray Hill Sect. EV 7-4879 the President of the United 0815-2100 Monday thru Friday, Saturday and Sunday; EM Club, officers and airmen eligible for
NARTU thru Sun- separation between Dec. 15, 1958
after 1730 for details. Wednesday
States: Dec. 25-26 and Jan. 1."Pardon 1300 2100 Saturday, Sunday;
day 1100-1300 and 1630-2300; and Jan. 31, 1959, may have their

NATTCenter Library, Building CPO Club, dining room 1100- discharge dates advanced if they

me, sir, do you know 563, 0930-2100 Monday thru Fri- 1300, Harris room, 1530-2400 request it.Excluded.
WivesCorner the way to the post office
Navy "No, I'm sorry, I don't. day, Saturday, Sunday 1200- Monday thru Thursday, Friday are personnel whose

"Well, its two block up and 2100; Hospital Library, 0800- 1530-0100; Saturday 0900-0100, separation or retirement is directed -

one block to the right. I I 1630 Monday thru Friday, 1300- Sunday 0900-2400. Saturday and individually by headquarters -
Sunday dining room hours 1200- USAF, or is effected by
2100. Patio Bar 1300-1800 Dick orders.
special
Navy Wives Club No. 86 held
McMeekin, Tuesday, Friday and
its regular meeting Wednesday, Y
December 3 at the Clubhouse in Sunday. ATHLETICS Adm. Switzer

Park. Hostesses for the
Dewey Mainside Gym, 1000-2100 Mon- (Continued from Page 1))

evening were Mesdames Virginia day thru Friday, 1300-2100 Sat- ent post in March of this year
Barnes Marie Lottinger and
Frances, Bardin. urday and Sunday; NATTCenter after a tour of duty as Assistant

i Gym, 1300-2100 Monday thru Chief of the Bureau of Per-
i 4v L
New members welcomed to the
Friday; 1200-2100 Saturday, 1200- sonnel in Washington, D. C.
Club Mrs. Colene
were Eberly
and Barbara Murphy. Wt ; < 2100 Sundays; Mainside Bowling For Adm. Craig, the new com-

Mrs. Wallace is now the civilian ($+(Q 5 Alleys, Monday thru Thursday e mand will be his second duty

Nursery Supervisor. The 1130-1630; Friday 1130-2100; Sat- tour in Jax and his fourth in the

Nursery Committee is composedof urday and Sunday 1300-2100; ; state during his 31 years in the

Mrs. Doris Davis, Chairman, S dW t NATTCenter Bowling Alleys, Navy.
1130-1300 and 1630-1800 Monday
Marie Lottinger, CoChairmanand ... Early in his career, he earned
thru Friday 1200-2200 Saturdayand
Virginia Barnes. his wings at Pensacola and dur-

New appointments were madeas Sunday. ing WWII served as commanding -
Golf Course 0830 'til dark
follows: Cook Book Committee officer of NAS Deland.
Saturday 0730 and
Mrs. Judith Schramm Snack weekdays;
;
zz; s:' Sunday 0800 until dark. Since taking over ComCarDivTwo
Bar Committee Mrs. Nell Kut-
,
SPECIALStation at Mayport, he has spent a
zer, Chairman, Mrs. Ida Ryerson,
Fish Camp, open 0800 great deal of time aboard ship,
co-chairman Marie and
Long 'I Ii including to the North
until half hour before sundown, one trip
Gerry Beaudoin as helpers; Installation i closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Sea where he also held the title
Committee Mrs. Alice
Hobby Shop Annex, Building of Commander Fast Carrier
Corinne Alston Teri
Meyer, ,
503 1300-2200 daily. Striking Force.
open
Largent and Theresa Hagan.
For Movies, 4. At Adm. Craig's wife
see page present ,
Elected for the Nominating Committee -
the former Miss Anne E. Grantof
were Mrs. Elsie Rose, Nell
Kutzer, Ethel Shelf and Mary -- _.. _._..._.. _._. MDBS Payment Due Seattle, Wash., is residing in
Ann Smith. HELP FOR KIDS PARTY Mrs. Frances Bush, (second Mutual Death Benefit Society Washington, D. C.
from left) treasurer of the NAS Jax E-7 Wives Club, presents
Next meeting is scheduled December a check from proceeds of a recent bake sale to James Wood, members are reminded that assessment The Admiral also has three

17 at the Clubhouse. GFC,CPO Club Chairman of the Underprivileged Children's Party No. 105 is now due. All children, Cynthia Anne, 22, Ken-
Wives of enlisted Navy and Ma- Committee. Wives are donating money made from the tale to payments must be made by the neth Grant, 19, a midshipman at
rine Corps members are cordially the party, scheduled December 20. Looking on are Wilson Um- close of business tomorrow (Fri- the Academy, and Sara Eliza-
stead. CPO Club President, (left) and Mrs. June Quad., boardm.I.r
invited to attend. of the E-7 Wives Club. day). beth, 16.P.lge .

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