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Creation Date: January 8, 1959
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d Navy Economy Axe Swings Again;



NATTCenter Slated For ClosingThe



Naval Air Technical January eight years ago, ap- are:
_Q Training Center, resident of proximately 110,000 Navy, Ma- 1. Training requirements within -

Naval Air Station Jacksonvillefor rine, Coast Guard, Air Force, Naval aviation have been

15 years and a steady tenant Army and foreign Naval person significantly reduced. In fiscal

since January 1951, is to be inactivated nel have received training here. 1952, 23,337 Navy students were
as result of a reduc- NATTCenter has 119 civilian programmed into the basic rate

tion in the overall Naval avia- employees with a payroll in ex- training courses of the Naval

tion establishment. cess of 500 thousand dollars an- I Air Technical Training Com-

PRESENT directives call for nually. The military payroll is mand.
transfer of the Training Centerto nearly four million dollars a I This is compared to 13,500 into

Memphis, Tenn., as early as year. 'the same courses during fiscal

practicable after the transfer of IN ALL probability, civilians year 1959 and 10,570 in 1960.

NATTCenter Norman, Okla., to will be given the opportunity to MARINE Corps basic technical
Memphis. transfer to Memphis, Tenn. training rates are being reduced

:\.cnsoCOxm.va: Since the Center was reopened Reasons for the inactivation (Please turn to Page 8, CoL 5)j )

DAYS-Like this are .
typical at the Enlisted Personnel v
Office at NATTCenter when
drafts of airmen from Aviation
Fundamentals School at Nor- '
man, Okla.. transfer her for j
Class A schools. The office staff, flX .4th
27 officers and men, receives
and transfers more than 8000
persons in one year.

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..
Food Service
Vol. 16 No. 39 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 8 January 1959
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.,.. .' .

Committee To .IT9T'i9r NAS Notice AllaysAnxieties


Confer Here : 1WtI 7'hLL .


Preparations are being madeat T23i
the Naval Air Station to R-I-F !

welcome the National Security { }

Industrial Association Food 8 9t12
Service Advisory Committee' Recent announcement of the disestablishment of NA Tr-

which arrives Jan. 15 for its Center Jax and of O&R facility at NAS Corpus Christi, Tex.,

annual two-day conference.The '.::.{, has become of vital interest to NAS Jax employees.In .

18-member Food Service an attempt to allay any
at NATTCenter.
Advisory Committee is com- anxieties that might have been Because NATTCenter is in
posed of outstanding executives,
generated by this announcement, same commuting area as NAS
technicians, nutritionists and
home economists from the coun 19 20 NAS Jax Notice 12170 has been Jax, civilian employees at the

try's leading food corporations.ON released. Center with Career status (ap-
from competitive exa-
pointed
HAND to 'assist the NSIA
THE NOTICE states that and who have three
unit will be 17 military repre- .}' 3G.><{{A .. ,.:,!? r.yty Stt ,Xb ,b7 mination
sentatives from various activities ; NATTCenter is a separate com years of service) can displace

involved in food services.In petitive area from NAS Jax, NAS civilian employees who do
have Career Career Con-
not or
keeping with the NSIA's therefore NAS employees will
ditional status.
purpose of promoting coopera- not be affected by the "bumping" NAS JAX will attempt to place
tion and of informationand
exchange
'THERE'S THE FUTURE"-Gurgles this little future Ma- procedure as a result of the RIF. NATTCenter employees with
between
experience private rine as he-sees the New Year in. Getting up way before dawnto I status in any vacancies that occur
industry and government, the be on hand for turn of the year is Vernon Friar, son of Capt. activities
both are
Committee concentrates on prob- and Mrs. E. V. Friar. Daddy is with the Marine Air Detachmentat Chapel Service and IRDs at
lems connected with the job of NATTCenter. A nice way of saying "Happy New Year" to working together to accomplish

feeding the Navy. all. For another look at our January calendar, turn to page 8. i To Be On TV placement.

The conference, which will_ al- __ .n At NAS 'Jax, there are only
n WFGA-TV, Channel; 12, will six civilian employees without
so attract officers from Naval WEATHER OFFICE broadcast the 1100'service
activities in the area, and those status.
from All Saint's Chapel at NAS Corpus Christi is in sep-
associated with food
personnel NAS Jax this Sunday (Jan- and competitiveareas
arate commuting
of HIGH RATINGThe
services, will open morning GETS .
15.SLATED. uary 10) from NAS Jax. No transferof
January. Service will be conducted by
for the first day will NAS Jax Weather Service Office has received an functions from Corpus Christi
be discussions and demonstra- excellent rating for the month of October in Weather Ob- Chaplain C. D. Beatty with to Jax,is anticipated at this time.
the sermon topic, "They Forgot
tions of such topics as Commis- serving Records.All However, if a transfer should
Where Came From. The
They
Research Projects Navy I occur, people from the Texas
sary ; records of weather observa-
Saint's choir will
Office, by careful observing and All sing with
would be in competition
base
Subsistence Ration-Dense Pro-
all Naval stations
tions from
under direction of Lt (jg)
training, reached a level of less this station.
demon- employees at
gram; Recipe Testing; a throughout the world are forwarded Donald Stewart.
than one percent error for Oct-
stration by the Southeast Field
monthly to National Weather
Sunday's telecast is a rescheduling -
ober.
Food Service Team; a Ration- Records Center in Ashville, N.C. of Gives'
one postponedfrom Uncle Sam
Dense luncheon, and presenta- The Weather Service Office is
observations consist of November 9.
tions by Army and Air Force The (Please turn to Page 8,Col.5)) .
un its hourly reports and six hourly 14 Patrol PlanesToBrazilian
I summaries of actual weather con-
On January 16, the group will
visit N A S Cecil Field where ditions existing over the field. AF

I members will tour the base. There are some 90 possible en- ,

THE FIELD Food Service tries each hour. Christmas was in the air more

(Please turn to Page 8, CoL 5)) This stations' Weather Service ways than one when a BrazilianAir
Force .squadron returned to

NAS Jax two weeks ago with
. Come Here J
Chow
Experts five of 14 P2V5s received as, a

}. gift from Uncle Sam.
The Navy's Southeast Field
arrived Three, Building 551 at NATT- The aircraft, given to Brazil
Food Service Team
Center. under the U.S. Mutual Defense
aboard NAS Jax yesterday fora
Assistance Pact, were flown
week-long training program Every commanding officer
with its main mission that of knows the part good food playsin from Fresno, Calif., by some 20

teaching better preparation and keeping morale of personnelat of the 85 Brazilian officers and

serving of food. top level, and he wants to men who had been trained at
have his general mesS just a NAS Jax during the summer and

ONE OF eight such regional little better than that at other % fall of last year.

teams, the Field Food Service stations. To accomplish this aim, Having undergone modernization -

group works with commissarymen he calls upon the services of a in Fresno since last spring,

aboard ships and shore Field Food Service Team for TWO TURKEYS-At left U a turkey roll, displayed alongsideits these planes will be utilized by
stations to achieve high stand- help. more bulky counterpart to indicate space-saying qualitiesof the Brazilian Air Force to patrol

ards in food service. THE TEAM ,conducts on-the- new food products being developed by the Nary. Such food the South Atlantic, thus protect-
falls under the title of Ration.Dense foods, which will be used ing southern approaches of the
While at NAS Jax, the team job training in commissary. more frequently aboard ships and stations where space and refrigeration *
will be operating in Galley (Pleas turn to Page 8, CoL 2)) is limited. U.S.BUSY .




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I I 19591


2 JAX AIR NEWS 8_January



JfI }{ FIIBUIIi3 WANTED! //I I F Scouting Squadrons

Female Navy personnel I VP.16- -

MAS 3sctaon.illeCapt. wanted to fill vacancy on Jax Post New Years operations are enlisted ranks. They are: Edwar
Elliott W. Parish Jr. _____.._._ ..__ Commanding OfficerComdr. Isaac, ATAN from
Grajstoa U. Weber' ........'.................. .. ...'..... Executive Officer Air News staff. Must be willingto finding increased activities at NATTCente

Rear Adm. Wendell O. NAB Switzer i Six_; .fleet..._.....Air..,... .Jacksonville................. ... ......... ... Commander accentuate the positive, eliminate Patrol Squadron 16 for Opera- Memphis, Tenn. and Ralpl
Capt. George R. Luker ...............-?....................?....................-..?.. Chief' of Staff. FalrJax the and tion Springboard to be held at Greene, AMI, from NAS Anacos
Capt. MacpHerson Williams ...... ............... ........ Chief of Staff NAB Six negative get tia, D. C. !
Roosevelt Roads Puerto Rico.
Fleet Air Wing Eleven I ICap& ,
Donald K. Macintosh .............................. ,........................-...,............ ..... Commander used to being Miss inbetween. VP-16 slated to leave here At this reporting, VP-16'S
Capt. Charles I* Lambing ...........,..... ,. ... ... .. ... Chief Staff Officer was bas-
Naval Air Technical Training Center Opportunity to improve today (Thursday) and is scheduled kebtall team is still
Capt. Charles L. Moore. Jr. ._.. .... ........ ....................... ., Commandlnc Officer undefeated,
?? ? ? ??-
Comdr. Wilfred K. neshraan -................................. Executive Officer knowledge, ability to get to arrive back January 24. racking up a fine 5-0 record for

Capt. Alto C. Abernathy ....__Naval...._._..Hoeptta1......_............................ Commanding Officer along with other people and While deployed the squadronwill the season to date.
Capt. Ferdinand V. Berley .........._......................... ................................. Executive Officer know the satisfaction of a job carry on extensive ASW SC

Capt. Norman O. Anderson _......... WARTU.................................. Commanding Officer well done. training exercises. VW-4
Comdr. William K. Hardy _...H....-..H..H................................................_..... Executive Officer Can go to work immediately Ensign D. E. Myers recently The personnel offfice of VW-4
joined the squadron. After com- has been busy the past
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville Florida month
at >no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-39 if not sooner. Only require- pletion of flight training, Myers with more than the holidays
Rev. July 19 8. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel on
of Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station Naval Air Technical Training ments are knowledge of typing attended Naval Legal School at its hands. Almost daily during
Naval Center Hospital Fleet Air Wing 11 Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. and desire to work. Good Newport R. I. and will be,Assistant December, changes occurred in

'Servloe Information Officer -.? Comdr. Charles M. Thomas hours, regular salary. Legal Officer. the squadron roster.
Assistant Service Information Officer ... .... Andrew H. Plan 7
Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Jack Holmes. PHI: Bill Contact Jax Air News, extension Lt (jg) Jerry Holmes is wear- First of all, with the end of the
Weekes JO3 Dottle Johnson. Ron Davis. AN. Staff
;
Photographer Joe ing an especially broad smile hurricane season veteran Plane
O'Brien PH3. 272/8164, or see editor,
The lax Air News U a member ef the Armed Force Press Service. these days. Holmes was recently Commanders began to depart for
Material smearing m this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is Room 230, Main Administration married in Muskegon, Mich., to other stations.
riven. rheUgrapha, raises etherwtee credited are otflolal U. S. Navy phot*- ,
Bldg. Louise Christensen.Two Comdr Dick Panther
EXlterl etfle** located la Rem !N. Main mbUstratle BnfldinK. Phone Lcdr's
extensions 8164. 650 272 or ::115.JJlfA1 new men have joined the Jack DeMayo, Raymond Currv

Roy Riser, and Charles Hess were

> detached from duty with VW-4,
ER and Lcdr Jack Harr. the squad-
ron's Electronic
CounterMeasures

; JlN.GS, Officer, was piped over the
If' 1\ .. side December 2 after completing
December is a busy month for 30 years active Naval Service.

many businesses and the Naval I Then, too, the squadron lost
Hospital was no exception, with
services of A. C. Wilson, ADI
;
43 babies born there in two
F. L. Roshinski
AG2; F. T. Nuta-
weeks. itus, AG3; W S. Coffman, AT2;
Late arrivals for 1958 were:
G. D.
Uutting, PHAN; R. K.
Baby Girl, Wanzaline, to Carl
Meadows
AN, and J. C. Wood,
Walston, ATC and Mrs. Wals- AMCA.

ton; Girl, Kimberley Michele, to
Richard McKinley, AM3 and Mrs. Released from active duty were
J. H. Little, AA, and J. A. Good
McKinley; Boy, to Melvin Nich- 4 ,
olson, SN and Mrs. Nicholson; 9 ATS; and like Lcdr Harr, Delbert

Boy, Mathew, to Lcdr. and Mrs. k. J. Burton, ADC, and Victor R.

Eugene Grinstead, all born De ,) 4 3 Thompson, AOC, retired after 20
cember 5. and 26 years service, respective

Also, Girl, Dolores Lucille, to ly.

Charles Priepke, PHI and Mrs. ., : Replacements, of course, arrived

Priepke; Girl, Robin Lee, to to take, their places,. Fledging
Clau Denslow, ATR3 and Mrs. Hurricane Hunters are Lcdr. John

Denslow; Boy, Roland Towar, to Kerr, and Lt. Charles
__n______ __ ._ Lentz; F.A
Frederick Brown, PH3 and Mrs. Pollaski, AT2; D. C. Malenfant
LUCKY THIRTEEN ,
Hospital at the
Naval
Brown. corpsmen Hospital. 13 strong, were advanced one
grade in rate recently during a ceremony in the office of Capt. Alton C. Abernethy, Hospital com AEMAA; L. R. Kendall, AMSAN,
December 7 brought even more manding officer. Left to right are, Capt. Abern ethYl William Palledino>>: Gary Bodeman: Isaac and R. G. Farmer, ATN3.
newcomers, Girl, Jacqueline Suazo: Donald Chapman: Forrest Stafford: Thomas Noall: Carolyn Rhodes: Edward Cothern
VP-5
Richard Denaze; Gary Van Houten: Bobbie Clayton, and Walter
Kaye, to Raymond McCallum, Fischer. Absent was Warren Win-
EN3 and Mrs. McCallum and, borne. All were advanced to third class petty 0-'licer. Comdr. John W. Crowe was

Boy, William Keith, to Jack relieved as commanding officerof
Quinn AQC and Mrs. March Of Patrol Squadron 5 by Comdr.
Quinn. Dimes DriveIs All Aliens Must Arthur Cason at a formal changeof
Arriving in time for the holi-

days were: Baby Girl, to Wil- For Register In Jan.The 2 at command NAS Jax.ceremony January
liam Lahnon, PHC and Mrs. Lah- Underway 1959
Immigration and Na-
Comdr. Crowe
will
non; Boy, Gary Wayne, to Albert tionality Act requires all aliensin proceed to
Sluss, BT1 and Mrs. Sluss and, The face of crippling is always -- the United Long Beach, Calif., to assume
Baby Girl, to Robert Brown, AN I harsh. Sometimes it is The March of Dimes has start- possessions States or its duties of executive officer of the
on January 1 of
and Mrs. Brown. so harsh we would rather not ed for this year's campaign. New each helicopter assault aircraft car-
I hope for greater victories over year, with few excep- rier, USS Thetis Bay. !
look
More tax exemptions for the at it. But whether we tions, to report their addressesto
year were: Girl, Patricia Ann, to look or not, the face is still crippling is born once again in the Attorney General dur- Since he assumed command of
the 1959 Dimes
James Bostic, AT3 and Mrs. Bos- there. i Campaign fight- ing January. VP-5 in October 1957, the squadron -

tic; Boy, Neil Raymond, to Neil Once people turned their backson ing patient disease aid and through research, Aliens temporarily absent has been presented with the
professional edu-
Henderson, FA and Mrs. Henderson the face of polio. While they cation. from the country during the highly coveted Navy "E" for

; Boy, Arthur Harold, to John did, the disease raged unchecked. month of January must report excellence in battle readiness.

Offineer, AD2 and Mrs. Offineer; When they met the problem "Freely you have received their addresses within ten Upon from
Boy, Michael Lawrence, to Clyde squarely and did something aboutit 1I 1 freely give." When you see the days of return to the US. William receiving and a degree in 1940,

Curtis, SK2 and Mrs. Curtis; things began to happen. polio cannisters about the Sta- Reporting cards are availableat Comdr. Cason joined Mary the Navy
Boy, Brian Arthur, to Sgt. and tion, give now for greater vic- any US post office during
and in
Mrs. James THE DESPARATELY stricken 1 was commissioned Ensign
Kennedy. January.
Willful
come. 1941. At
the same time he was
were snatched from death. The
Greetings to Scott Matthew, submit the report may lead
born to George Wilson, EMI, and crippled began to walk. The Salk to serious penalties. designated a Naval aviator.
I
Mrs. Wilson; Girl, Evelyn Adel, vaccine became a wonderful I Comdr. Cason has served as

to Clifford Lamson, MM3, and reality.It's executive officer of VP-5 the

Mrs. Lamson; Boy, Mark Allen, time now to look on other Marine Corps Lists last 14 months. He recently returned -

to Bruch Hasenzahl, MR2, and ugly faces of crippling. Someof from a five-month deployment -

Mrs. Hasenzahl; Girl, Christine these are more brutal and Pro Payment RulesThe in A r g en t i a, Nfld.,

Mary, to Walter Dudzik, ADI, heartrending than polio. Marine Corps recently issued where the squadron was em-

and Mrs. Dudzik; Girl, Teresa, to We can look away, if we will, instructions on its ployed in antisubmarine opera-
Warren Woodruff, HMC, and but we cannot erase the image.It nent perma- tions and long range aerial ice
Mrs. Woodruff; Girl, Sally Lou- cries out to be seen and to be pro-pay program. reconnaissance in support of

ise, to T/Sgt. and Mrs. Percy looked upon and for action. The order directs that all pro- summer resupply of Arctic defense -

Jones, all who arrived Decem- pay awards be reviewed installations.
ber 11.And. DURING THE coming year, the every
National Polio Foundation will three months by local commanding
Boy, Jerry Glenn, to Sgt. I Blue Cross-Blue Shield
and Mrs. Harlow Daniels; Baby look upon and do research on officers. I

.Boy to CWO and Mrs. Wallace the following crippling diseases: This system is in contrast to Payment Is Now Due

Gibson, born December 12. Boy Virus diseases, birth defects and the Navy's program which will I Blue Cross-Blue Shield pay-

to Samuel Culver, AE1, and Mrs. arthritis in children. a review pro-pay awards yearly. ments are due January 12-13.

Culver; Girl, Kimberly Ann, to The 150,000 polio patients must r Under the Marine Payments may be made by

Harold Finister, PN2, and Mrs. not be forgotten. There are 250- LONE E.9-NAS Jax's only tem, unit commanders Corps sys- check or money order, but cash
Finister; Twin baby boys to Sgt. 000 children born each year with master chief is Richard Moore vene boards to can con- payments cannot be accepted.
and Mrs. Ernest Canada, all born birth defects. Arthritis is the ADCM. of J.65 Class C maintenance those qualified grant pro-pay to Individuals are requested to

December 13. crippler of 11 million Americans. Naval Mobile training Training detachment Unit.of months.:: every three check invoices as. no double bill-

ing notices have been issued.Pans .



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8 January 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Psg. 3

Here At 0001 New Year's Day



Naval Hospital First On




Mainside Thursday- Good January Day 8 For Stork's 'S9 Visits listThat


Hanging.NATTCenter Raiders Of / long-stemmed, funny-looking creature of flight
Old California. charged with delivery of newcomers to Earth must surely

Hospital Night Ambush. :fei L have made the Naval Hospital here one of its first stops on its

Friday January 9 New Year's rounds.For .
Old Man Stork, who incidentally -
Mainside Murder By Con : class attached to the Naval
fre-
makes extremely
tract. wrI Station at Green Cove Springs.
._v at the Naval Hospital
NATTCenter Good Day For F rvi quent stops
\ each year, called on the hospital ACTUALLY, MR. Stork, perhaps -
Hanging. A7 here before leaving bundles at enjoying the mild Florida
Raiders Of Old
Hospital -
California. SI any other Jacksonville maternity night air, touched down at the
shop. Naval Hospital late New Year'sEve
10
Saturday January
Mainside Hondo. THE PRECIOUS package left and spent the magic hourof
-
here at a minute past the strokeof midnight here before deliver-
NATTCenter Murder By
Contract. midnight on New Year's Day ing Karen Renee.

Hospital Good Day For I was Karen Renee Stafford. I At 2348 on December 31, just

Hanging. ..:....:...;.....,",.......___""' ..-_. ____ The little girl tipped the 12 minutes before transition of
r freight scales at five pounds, 10 hovered in
the Mr. Stork
Sunday, OMEGA In upper photo it Mrs. James years
Mainside tiny daughter. Karen Renee. The child weighing I and-a-half onuces. She's the from space carrying a seven
NATTCenter ounces, was the first baby born In 1959 at the 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ruth pound, 11 and-a-ahalf ounce
here and also the first in the entire city of Jack Stafford. for Mr. and
bundle baby boy
Hospital is James Stafford,GM3. Below,Mrs.Carl Thorn natives a
Both Jacksonville .
tract. seven-pound llVa ounce son, last baby of Mrs. Carl Thornton.The
Monday, Hospital. Daddy is Carl Thornton, GM3. Stafford is a gunner's mate third last arrival for 1958 is the

Mainside very first for the Thorntons.Dad-
NATTCenter Can dy is attached to the aircraft

Hospital carrier USS Roosevelt.Chrisimas .
Tuesday, In % : j

Mainside -
NATTCenter LeaveInterrupted


Hospital won't get a shot But
,
Mainside Jayne Mans- k

River Kwai. Gabor, but \ 7\ Things OK Now
NATTCenter of subject

eral. to submit at v A few of us are inclined to believe -
Hospital in the( 1959 All- r : Santa's quit the North Pole
LE
Contest. __ and made Bupers his new head-
quarters. At least this is what

Salvage I your favorite assure 3 \4 4' __ __ __ William Watt, AEAN, is inclinedto

it's sports, think.
life, scenic or : Watt had Just' graduated from
NATTCenter, and
AE School at
_, 1
Job Well Dors pin-up + N-: left recently for Christmas leave
with his family in Henderson. ,
NAS Jax into a category : :;: : Texas \
( took the picture
officer, Comdr. 3 & IA! Just after he left here to go

recently Chief of Naval .:.. T tt on leave, orders were receivedfor
Receiving
mendations to Watt to report to
portation is open to & 1/ Station in San Francisco, Calif.,

part in on active for further transfer to Japan.
Navy A3D 90 days who The Center's Personnel Officer
Valley in the Navy. Chuck Cabot Band Sets notified the Highway Patrol.

The men military photo- Imagine young Watt's horror

hours on the any other Mainside Dancing DateOne when the Highway Patrol stop.
Fred Von or color picture ped him at Olustee, Fla., but hehadn't

of Heavy contestant since of the dance bands is the been violating the law.
blame.'P' country's top coming to
entered.
be
Thomas; ; Naval Air Station. It will be a red-letter day at Mainside So it was back to Jacksonville.The .

Lamb; Bill must be mailed gym, Building Three when Chuck Cabot brings his nation. next day, Christmas Eve,
Henry. Their not later than ally-famous orchestra of all-star musicians and entertainershere Watt was on his way home again.

water and at 2000 Tuesday, January 13. This time, under orders to San
! caused by the and other se- It was maestro Cabot who I Francisco, the trip wasn't costing
The letter of CREDITED as one of the coun- Watt.
will be for gave the nation such top record
i try's top dance bands, the Cabot
the men He home for Christmas,
to Command- I hits as "Down The Lane, "Rag, was
Etter, NAS special engagement at Mainside and had been saved $110. If that
for in Rag, Raggedy Moon," "Charlie,
Officer, read entry I gym is heralded as a highlight isn't Santa come true, Watt
ner in which Photo- My Boy," "Let The Rest Of The I dancing engagement of the new doesn't know what could be.

work has to be held in World Go By" and "Dill Pick- year.

highest type les." I Cabot believes in featuring entertainment -

Navy and its _________nn alone___no> with.. _n_ _his___ _fine____ I BackwardGlances I II II
partment. I 1 dance music. The orchestra presents -
for & If .... I amusing novelty
you your ? I & l' many I I

cit your AJ. ,' I;. 4. _.. ( songs and orchestrations that
effort on the t : :; keep folks laughing and entertained -
'
., ;.:".,<) 11.:1': Bits from dusty pages of the
ment and to : ."" } : : .... ':. when not dancing.
wishes for a ),:: : .1Ii: : i1" '.. ; Chuck has picked his musi- Jax Air News. 4
t/ 1955A
,
January
;
ued association : : : .... ;,....
'r" : :.: ; with keen for their
,40 'fx. cians
Works. ; j ..... a eye new Fleet unit, FAWTU, Det.
f,' .fi'tl, personal appeal to the public. "A," was added to the growing

"Your part ..... ..,. .. .. His pianist has many numbers list of activities aboard NAS Jax.
"w..
commended and efficient /Ji :: ... <. ... :' L !.f.; built around of the classical him, in particularmost selectionsthat The new Flight unit replaces Training the Division Instrument -

appreciation ,.f ,.': ____________ Cabot has in his repertoire. -
_t' :"" __ __
done." _"___ f & VOCALIST with the Chuck
The men Cabot aggregation is Bev-
young
A policeman saw a slightly
plete the .: erly Sanders, who lays claim to looped character leaning againsta
in the crater, <. ':
three movie roles.

feet long r and ?t L '. .:. : :.;:,:.' Her latest role was in the "What building.are you doing?" asked
'!,: :" .
Then there :: ;.f...<," movie "Mardi Gras" now appear- the officer.
'
had a hobby > :.t....., ,.: ing in Jacksonville She has also "Holding up the building, ir."
and putting m i mfaiaaaauafmmrmmi ys-vxIWMKMWMttiiU starred in the TV series, "Father "Oh, yeah?" said the policeman. -
:; ;, MJtNl" Bays Comdr.Rud' Duelfer, Knows Best." "Come on to the jail withme.
room. ( ) NAS Jax Public Works Officer, as he presents "
He had to men of the transportation depart For an evening of good enter- .
Works for their work In salvaging a Navy air: tainment combined with the finest So the tramp shrugged his
Today' in Palm Valley Left to right are, Comdr. dance music in the land, shoulders and staggered away
year's car: Henry, truck driver; Fred Von Eberstein, sup Chuck Cabot and his orchestra with the policeman . and th<
equipment; Perry Lamb; Bill Kellum Carl
wiU shift the Perkins. cannot be beat. building Jell over.JL .



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I 1 i McDonnell F4H-1 Picked As Newest Navy Fighter :; .r.': : ,"-f...,.t> ,>.f'./\:,:, ," ',1'I 1

\
1 t\ t'I 1C
The Navy has announced win-
ner of the competition between airplane of the two which best decisive factors in the choice as most heavily-armed and longest-
McDonnell F4H-1 and Chance meets the fleet requirement for a result of data developed from ranged all-weather fighters any-
Vought F8U-3 as the Navy's new an all-weather air defense fighter.IT operational experience with all- where today."

fleet all-weather fighter. CARRIES radar weather fighters in the fleet dur- BUILT by McDonnell, the
a operatorin ing the period the two craft were
scheduled for
THE F4H-1 is opera-
PLANES have been in addition to the pilot, and is
competitive flight tests and eval- powered by two J-79 turbojet under development.THE tional use in the early 1960s, replacing n
F8U-3, Crusader III, a
uations at Edwards Air Force engines. cur r e n all-weather C
,I',' Base in California since June. single-seat plane, is powered by fighters, the F3H Demon (also .
The addition of the radar op- one J-75 turbojet. x
As yet bearing no popular erator and the fact the plane is Both airplanes were describedby built by McDonnell), and the N n

name, the F4H-1 was cited as the powered by two engines became Navy officials as "the fastest, Douglas F4D-1 Skyray. fi s
With TheToastmasters

t Sea Service's BuOrd Aboliiion


;, Weathermen Reported Under
Mar N a v Toastmasters Club d
Plan Contest ;xY si" Severe 2280 held a special Christmas
ScrutinyThe meeting with ladies of the mem-
Beginning early next year, the and bers invited.
elimination of BuOrd
Naval Weather Service will be r
sponsoring an annual contest in t high ranking restrictive line officers The 110th meeting of the club
which some 300 Navy and Marine from the engineering spec- was called to order by chairmanof t
Corps weather stations will compete : ialties are two proposals under the evening, Bob Gelles. Harv >:
for accuracy on their daily consideration in a sweeping Harville served as toastmasterfor
aerological reports submitted to Navy-wide reorganization study the meeting. Table Topics
National Weather Record Center, being conducted in the office of were conducted by Larry Me-
Asheville, N. C. William B. Frank, Under Secretary Leod, with general evaluation by rf
of the Navy, says Navy Paul Underwood.
The
contest, awaiting final approval Times.
by Chief of Naval Op- Speakers were Don Muller, c
erations and Secretary of the Reported to have originatedfrom presenting the "Spirit of Christmas
BuAer, the proposal to ," Hank Marshall
I Navy, is based on the rate of with "Is
discrepancies found in reports abolish BuOrd would transfer Christmas Pagan?," and Wally

submitted by both ship and _ _ : BuOrd responsibilities for arm- Conyers 'The Story Behind Santa .
shore weather stations. A four, S I aments to BuShips or BuAer depending Glaus. Guests from the Satur
percent or less discrepancy report on whether the weaponsare day Morning Breakfast Club,
is considered good. to be used on ships or planes. Fric Frickett and Don Olinger

The weather reporting contest a. Such a plan would establish a presented the Christmas classic
would be divided into units service-wide supply and logistics "The Year There Was No Christmas \
i among Atlantic and Pacific organization similar to the G-4 ," story of Santa's first va

Fleets, and various shore sta- operation of the Army and Ma- cation. .
tions, supplemented by individ- rine Corps, and would handle all Other guests attending the

I ual categories, such as the best trade TOASTMASTER are two king-pins VETERANS of service-connected- Dimming Toastmaster tricks of the procurement for the Navy, including meeting was Ernest Hagg, Dan \
surface reports, best upper'' air Capt. Hank Young, (right) of Officers Toastmasters and M/Sgt.clubs, ships, planes and sup Young, Charles Pellen, Mr. and I.
observations, and best all-around Donald Muller, of Mar-Navy' Toastmasters Club. Capt. Young plies. Mrs. Wallace Miller and Mrs. Don "
weather reports, including fore- Joined toastmasters In 1954 and hat gone through all the offices The proposal to keep EDOs, Olinger.
casts.A and is now. Area Governor of Area 8 District 47. Muller. a toastmaster \.
for two-and-a-half years, is a former area governor and AEDOs and ordnance specialists ;
special prize would go to winner of the famed Fur-Lined Garel. He is currently Lt. Governor from flag ranks originated with VAH-1 1 '
the unit which made the greatest of District 47, Sunshine State of Florida. high line officers who contend Decks
contribution toward improve- that the technical bureaus should
ment of the weather reporting Credit Union be headed by unrestricted line OutXmasTreeIn I
service during the year. Planning officers and not by specialists.

1 Whether the report on the Odd Regalia I

Annual Meet Jan. 16Jax survey has already reached the Feeling the spirit of the Christmas
TV Production Secretary of the Navy, ThomasS. season, two men of Heavy
Navy Federal Credit Union has scheduled its seventh Gates, or even contains these Attack Squadron One decided to
Again Utilizes annual meeting Friday, January 16, at 1930 in King Hall sweeping changes, is indetermin- do some decorating in the VAH-
Hni1rHnl1 fiE\t: ent.
-----.0 --- Tiger's den.
Door prizes will be given, and Legislation will be
NATTCenterFor in order to start the meeting cepted from the floor if you do before action required After obtaining a tree and
any be
not agree with the Nominating can takenon stand from the Navy Exchange,
the second time in promptly, the Credit Union man- the proposals set
less by the
Committee selections. up P. W. Kreuter, AQFAN, and
agement reports the first door Frank
than month television study, because
a a pro- some of the Raymond Alonso AN into a
ran
duction company has called on prize will be given at 1930 sharp. Members remember that thisis jobs that would be eliminated problem of ornaments.
the Naval Air Technical Train- THIS IS the Credit Union's YOUR Credit Union. Attend require engineering specialists
ing Center for assistance. most important meeting of the the meeting and exercise under present law.Daffynisuhns A call went out to the VAH-1
your hangar and
like the Tigers they
Elections will be held and
This i time, James Hammel, year. right to vote for person of your are, the men came through.
the dividend to be declared will
: Gigolo-
AQ1, instructor at Naval Air a guy
Weapons Systems School was be voted on by the membership. choice. who dances check to check. The Supply Department of the

.. .. .. squadron contributed a type-
Nominations for Board of ..
invited to Hollywood to appearon Directors w:' -' r: >-.v.*> *Wi"*S* > 'vA.4f>% wC v .
""
'" .v( -
writer
the "This Is Your Life" tele- are: Lcdr. B. J. Scott, r:: :.v \ ribbon and an assortmentof
vision program honoring a former O & R Dept.; Donald Moran, Fire multi-colored pencils and
shipmate. Dept., and D. M. Davidson, O &R pens.
Tube shields were donated by
Daniel,Davey was the honored Dept. Avionics. All hands were then
guest on Christmas Eve. Davey Nominees for the Credit Com- invited to hang their Christmas
was chosen because of his un- mittee are: J. E. Borje, ADC, cards on the tree.
selfishness in helping those less Fleet Liaison, 0 &'R; W. H. Sand-
fortunate than himself. efer, O & R; M. B. Blumberg, Last, but far from least, atop
Five O & R; Tony Zambito, Public the Tiger tree sat the squadron
he
years ago, gatheredfive : Tiger
.. emblem.
.
Works W. D. Potts M. :
tons of clothing food and ; Supply; :
equipment and transported it to : H. Eddings, O & R, and C. C.

the Hopi and Navaho Indians. Phifer, O & R. iI\ \ Navigator's Guide

This amount has grown, till this THE TWO with highest num- Rewritten
year, 38 tons was on its way to ber of votes will be placed on by NavyThe
the reservations. the Credit Committee with the American Practical Navi-

However, the only time he has remaining five serving as alter- gator, better known 'as "Bow-
to deliver the items is the two nates.J. ditch" or "sailor's bible" and
weeks of his vacation at Christ- J. Shapiro of O & R is the c considered the final authority in
mas time. lone nominee for the Advisory f maritime navigation, has been
Committee, while J. E. Harris, i
completely rewritten and released -
Hammel, who made the trip to r
California O & R, and Joseph Neth, IRD. 3 rya3@t,BE to the public.
with his wife, Mary
Ann, served on board the Na- Nominations will also be ac- First published by Dr. Nathaniel -

toma Bay, CVE-62, with Davey "You sold me a used car about Bowditch 'in 1802, the book
during WWII.Examining two weeks ago." revolutionized naviga-
"Yes, sir." tion throughout the world. and
Admiral (to Naval "Well, tell me again all you ... .---.yn'w.__ was L a.factor in the success_ ofeany
officer candidate): "Now mention said about it-I'm getting dis- MARINE PROMOTIONS-Promotional activities at the"NAS American clipper ships.
Jax Marine Barracks didn't let
three great admirals." ........ ........ couraged." a large number of Marines receiving up for higher the holiday rates in season variou's with The book was purchased by i
Candidate: "Drake Nelson, ceremonies. At right, Lt. Col. Duane Fultz, Marine Barracks promotion I the U.S. Navy Hydrographic office -
and I beg your pardon, sir, what Dajfynlshuns: Movies-television commanding officer presents certificates to one of the in 1868 and publication has
did groups. Front row. left to right, are Corpl. CIne Ammoiu. continued under auspices
is? Corp 1. Navy
you say your name without a bar. James Martin, Corpl. 'John Piggan
and
Copt William
Spurun. : throughout the years. (AFPS)





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'.1 1 Heavy Nuclear HapyNe WYearNoat



Ship Building Receved Bie ReedreThe


Plans FormedRear
New Year brings wishes of health and happiness, via

Admiral Albert G. Mum- either letter postcard, or the traditional toast.
One of our readers brought the following letter whichhe
ma, Chief, Bureau of Ships, recently ,
outlined a Fiscal 1960 received as a New Year's -greeting-, to the editorial offices:

program to build a total of 30 Dear Friend, in the kitchen I thought of all
WELL HERE it is the end of
nuclear-powered ships, including the time I'd waste this eveningif
the and the coming of the
year
submarine, carrier, cruiser and I went out to mix another
new-the time when I usually
frigate types.Appearing drink in while so
every once a ,
write a few letters to my good
before I! made big of Martt
the House up a pitcher
friends; the time when I remember -
Appropriations Subcommittee, aJ ta the things and indulge Martinies and broughtg it back-
Adm. Mumma estimated the cost myself to the extent of getting nw ith me so I8d have it right
for shipbuilding and conversion sentimental.It's here besideme and wouldn't hay

lub1as during Fiscal 1960 at $1,381,000. ,;:4 a rainy evening, the door- to wast time making more of

Admiral Mumma said the 1959 bell rings i intermittently as them.

m. program includes funds for a friends drop in, but here in my SO NOW I'm all set and here

nuclear-powered guided-missile r cozy den its quite comfortable.I'M goes. Besides Martinis are a
ub frigate-a prototype ship with a, SITTING before a nice great drink. For some reason

an tremendous anti-submarine ca '"""' .",.... ........,......."..",.,.__'...,.,.,....,.."" ....""" ..........,. ;'".,."" .,..,....:: open fire with my typewriter, they neverseeme to affec me in
Irv pability."It sort of half listening to the hi- the slightgtest. Can drink thrm
LAST FOR 1958 Newton Nicholson, RMC, Is accordedfull
ter is essential that nuclear honors on his retirement after 30 years Naval service by fi and slowly sipping a very dry all day long. So here goes.

ics power be applied to antisubmarine fellow chiefs at NATTCenter. Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr.. commanding Martini. I wish you were here, The gr4atcsts think in tje
rc. officer, was on hand for the ceremonies. Sideboys are, but since you're not, the least I
ships to the
by prevent left to right, Rhodum Binnicker, BMC: James Welsh, DKC Billy do is toast health and whole word is friendship. A n
.submarine from having the advantage Curtis, AEC: Herbert Arnold, SMC: Nicholson: Gerald Cummings can your believe me pal you are the
of being able to con PNC: Ralph Rickelt PNC: Paul Reeves, PNC, and Ray happiness, so time out, old pal, greatest pal anybody ever had.
I r, duct more sustained i high Barnett ADC. while I bend my elbow to you.I Do you remember all the swill

;t.'Is t. speed operations than its attackers just took time out to mix times we had to gether pal? The

," said Admiral Mumma.In another Martini, and while I was wonerful camping trisp.

ly addition, he cited that anti- I RecreationRecreational Calendar I 1811 never forget the time yoi

taIr.. submarine detection and weapons WHAT DO THEY put the dead skunnk in mh step

.systems of greatly improved facilities aboard the Station for the coming ping bag. ha. ha... Boy who we

Ib, .capability will be incorporated 'week.. ---- are-- -.: DO ON 6:02: ? lahghed[ din we. Ndver did get
eric into this ship and it will have LOUNGES In a recent survey conducted the stin kout of it. But is wass
, Terrier anti-aircraft missile and Sunday; EM Club, NARTU,
Mainside Lounge, Building 955, by a leading nationally- prety funny anywah. I still
t.a. launchers both fore and aft for operating 1000 to 2100; NATT Wednesday thru Sunday 1100- circulated slick magazine, it laught[ about it onec in while.
. 1300 and
1630-2300 CPO Club
protection against airborne at Center Lounge, Building 593, ; was reliably found that nearly no as muhc as I used do.
dining 1100-1300 Harris
tack. hours of operation 1600-2200 room ,
,
1530-2400 thru half of the 940 passengers on BUT WHAT the heck after all
1e room, Monday ;
Monday thru Friday, and 1300-
the 6:02 New Haven train out
1530-0100 : bcs old pal. And if
In Thursday, Friday ; Sat you'stillmy
and
2300 Saturday Sunday.
,
LIBRARIESMainside urday 0900-0100, Sunday 0900- of New York City were read- a 'guy can8t hav a laughg on a

ldn 2400. Saturday and Sunday din- ing.Broken good tr eu frend one in a wihle
3
Library Building
,
down further it
hours was waht the heck. Dam pitcher was
.. ing room 1200-2100. Patio
0815-2100 thru
Monday Friday
;R ,
found that accounted -
Bar, 1300-1800, Dick McMeekin, newspapers empty so I just wentoutandamade
1300-2100 Saturday, Sunday
;
Tuseday, Friday and Sunday. for some 30 per cent another one and i sure wisch
NATTCenter Library, Building
of the reading matter (des-
ATHLETICSMainside you weer heer al pal to help me
thru Fri
563, 0930-2100 Monday
pite the New York newspaper
day, Saturday, Sunday 1200-2100; Gym, 1000-2100 Mon strike). drink thes martoni becaus they
e Hospital Library,0800..1630 Mon day thru Friday, 1300-2100 Sat the being ar3 simply deliucius. pardn me
Among periodicals -
urday and Sunday NATTCenterGym while i lif my flass ato you
;
day thru Friday, 1300-1700 Sun scanned by rush-hour
1300-2100 Monday thru good healhth oncemore because
day, no Saturday hours.
1 train-goers were a magazine
CLUBS Friday; 1200-2100 Saturday, you are the bests pall i got.
printed in Formosan, a vaca-
t- Blue Jackets Inn, 1630-2330 1200-2100 Sundays; Mainside tion guide and the Norwegian Off cours why a pal woul do a

'fo Monday thru Thursday; 1630- Bowling Alleys, Monday thru Shipping News.If dirty think lick putting a skunkin
2400 Friday; 1200-2400 Saturdayand Thursday 1130-1630; Friday 1130- the poll-takers had look- nother pasleeping bagg i8m

r- ::yq l .a yis 1200-2330 Sunday; EM Club, 2100; Saturday and Sunday 1300- ed closer, it's felt that a copy dam if i know that wash a

NATTCenter, 1600-2300 Monday -2100; NATTCenter Bowling Alleys of the Jax Air News would luousy thing for anybbodddy to

d thru Friday; 1400-2300 Saturday, 1130-1300 and 1630-1800 have turned up. do an only a frist class hele
e, Monday thru Friday, 1200-2200 would di it. Wasn a: danm bit
I }%% RJ} Rt
4 Saturday and Sunday.
d Superior Award It's all in the way you look at funnye.

a r Golf Course, 0830 'till dark it-a flea is happy to see his '$ till stisk. Any if you thinkits

4TV4 Checks,PresentedTo37AtO&R weekdays; Saturday 0730 and children go to the dogs. funney your a dirtyu lous andas
1 Sunday 0800 'till dark. e fare i'm conerned youcn 'go

y ( Station Fish Camp, open 0800 "Ilelvin, Melvin .. plum to hellll and stay there
I "What, Ma?" yo dirty lous. to hel wtih ouy.
.' z until half hour before sundown,
e yi Capt. Thomas B. Haley, NAS closed Tuesdays and Wednes- "Are you spitting in the fish
Jax O&R Officer, presented bclwl?" Daffynishuns: Bachelor's
t : i- welcome Christmas gifts to 37O&R days. Hobby Shop Annex, Build- ...."No, Ma, but I'm coming Apartment-a waste basket with

: F.+f l lK employees December: 22, ing 503, open 1300-2200 daily. pretty close." wall paper.

3v in the form of Superior AchIeve-
ment Award checks presented in
3t connection with the Incentive

<; Awards Program.One .

of the recipients, Alton

) Fryer Jr., Supervisor Industrial .... ;:;ij;{

1 ;y Engineering, received a check .. A ,
tcjJqt ( for 300 dollars, for the outstanding I i $ 0

manner in which he imple- J:. ,. .

mented plan projects one year : '. :il..i',, .. '
in advance of schedule in orderto TI! '

: : utilize additional funds in the A
amount of 500 thousand dollars

-,_...:.;.;_.. "._...-.,.._._ made available to O & R.

IT FIGURES Way SN This achievement necessitatedthe v .s
1 1I Mary Ann DuRay poses her meeting of deadlines and >1
I 1I trim 36.25.36 figure in the cock- through his efforts Fryer was _
..
I pit of a Navy Jet. Mary Ann able to accomplish his task in .r '
was one of 25 finalists in the r
Memphis Tenn.. "Fairest of the an extremely short period of t ,
Fair" beauty pageant. time. a
I
Also receiving a large check t :.;.
Hanks Top HonormanAt was Adolph Fulford of O & R .I w'

AE (B) GraduationJames Tank Shop, for his suggestion in

Hanks, AE1, receivedtop modification of oil tank filler
honorman position at the neck. He received a 280 dollar

recent graduation ceremony of: check.
Aviation Electrician's Mate All in all, $2,160 worth of BENEFICIAL SUGGESTION AWARDS Capt. Thomas B. Haley (center, left), NAS Jax
School, Class B at NATTCenter. checks were presented to O & R Overhaul and Repair.Officer, presents a Superior Achievement Award check to Alton Fryer Jr.
with their Supervisor Industrial Engineer. Fryer received the award, a check for 300 hundred dollars, for his
Hanks, who hails from Mona- employees, suggestions superior planning and allocation of funds.: Capt. Haley also presented 37 checks to O&R employees
hans, Tex., is being transferredto saving the government the unuer the Incentive Awards program. The checks were given out in a ceremony Just prior to the
NAS Chincoteague, Va. sum of $49,270. Christmas shutdown period.ls9 .



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,!r 1958 Busy Year KIELITESrJ .





I Aboard NAS Jax ? -



j Another year has passed, but the busy life aboard NAS
I Jax continues. Through 1958 many things have happened as

a result of our Station's activities,. and following is.a recapof

the last 365 days as covered.by staffmen of_Jax. AirNews.. ,
January
represented at third annual Naval -
Biggest news story of the
Air Weapons Meet at NAASEl
month was opening of the $500,
Centro Calif. Crew from
; 000 Fleet Air photo lab. Civil ; '
Navy Photographic Center arrives V 1'k
service observed 75th anniversarywith
9,000 federal employees to produce Navy trainingfilm / ; :1! a t; ,

taking part in the observation; ; Cups replace ,bottles for
Capt. William C. Dunn takes soft drinks; VA-46 given Com- !
FairJax award for
top safety i
over as O&R Officer and Public
Works transportation service is record; VP-18 poses for Life
inaugurated. Magazine pictures on its anti-

February sub warfare story. _

America's first satellite, Ex- May
plorer I, is tracked by NAS Jax Navy Relief Society Fund
Communication; Atomic I sub- Drive begins at NAS Jax; Credit
Union votes limit on deposits to t I
marine
SeawoLf visits Mayport; THE (
JtM.ci.i
Capt. Alton C. Abernethy becomes $500 per month; Station beginsone 1 U.S. E
new commanding officer at movie a night policy; Per- CE ACHE .. .

Hospital; Light Photographic manent-type motor vehicle sticker I ARMY LquNCHE9JANUARY/ SATE r ci l IN MNIATER
1
put into use; Comdr. Curtis
Squadron 62 moves from NAS 'z
2 y ALL SERVICEUCM
Jax to Cecil Field, and four Zane, new skipper of VP-18; NAVY I-4 ALSO 5E1S P yq/yr/ ( 4RD j ALMOST GET INCREASED PAY 1TH6 I
Canadian sailors come to NAS Fire-ant hills discovered aboard
Jax to tow gunnery targets for Station; Civilian cafeteria comes
Canadian destroyers operatingoff under new management; Navy
Mayport Nurse Corps 50 years old; Four Ans nas C rnxtr
pilots from VA-44 return from JULY.
March ., Jt
j Royal Navy presents Britannia "Operation Tenderfeet" in North THE t.' -1 .. ) !
trophy to Jax Ensign in Carolina. LANG l,tf .1 11

f grateful recognition of U. S. June : a
1 Navy's assistance in training Comdr. Grayston H. Weber S
+j British Naval pilots under becomes new Station executive

MDAP; Smith Room dedicated officer; Lcdr. Charles Thomas i p
t at civilian cafeteria; NAS Jax assumes SIO post; NARTU slates I Itt
plays host to Turkish Navy's fire summer boot camp; Jet combat! (
marshall; NATTCenter partici- training launched in Jax area;' I ttT Ir
pates 100 per cent In National Brazilians begin training at Io

Health Agencies and Care and FAW-11; Supply Office head
I Crusade for Freedom fund cam honored on visit here. OCTOBIiR... 0c
paign Navy drive i :rHE
; economy July AlRJtORCE
"Operation Dollar Stretch," gear- VP-16 ends five-month deployment NgRTfU6YJST 5
ed at NAS Jax; German measles ; Capt. Macpherson Williams 8QCOO I
hits station; DVCC hosts largest becomes Chief of Staff .". I
class of two-week Reservistsever for: ComNabSix; Hospital receives .w MILES INTO -SPACB ....J... j ilUUUU

; Capt. Donald E. MacIn- safety award; VP-18 plays important -I a
tosh assumes command of Fleet role in cone recoveryof fire ant threat; Capt. Charles L. to new E-8 and E-9 rates. f
Air Wing 11; Station posts rec- the Army's Jupiter C-l roc- Lambing takes over post of Chiefof November Jax Midshipman '

ord of 129 days without a lost ket; First contingent of Mid- I Staff at FAW-11; Exchangepost NATTCenter first over top in I'I

time accident; National Health shipmen visit Jax complex for goes to Comdr. Henry Skipper CC-UF drive; NAS Jax displays Spreads Word On
Agencies fund raising drive i Naval air indoctrination; Con- activities at Jax Fair; Station fd
hailed as success aboard NAS struction of two radar tracking September divers perfect SCUBA gear. fc
Jax. towers at Radar Traffic Control Brazilian Air Force Squadron I December Naval AcademyMidshipman

April Center; Plans for new petty officer trains at FAW-11; Admiral Wen- Royal Navymen visit here; i
Blue Angels make first official club gets into gear; Capt. dell G. Switzer, CommanderFleet Supply holds traffic management First Class George
appearance of season at NARTU Thomas B. becomes Braman, son of Mr. and Mrs. lJ
Haley new Air Jax, praises teamworkof seminar; Mad Foxes set Arctic-
Jax; Four Jax-area O&R officer Jax George Braman Sr. of Jackson- \
squadrons ; assigned 14 Station units; Station SAR Med deployment; Florida con-
chairs at Navy-Marine Corps helicopter crew rescues lost Green gressman speaks at CPO Club; ville spent the holiday season rr
Memorial Stadium in Annapolis; Cove kids; Admiral Dan's Band Adm. Switzer's retirement announced conducting "Operation Information" -
r in Jacksonville for the
DivineServices Lt. Col. Duane Fultz assumes visits station; VP-16, VA-741 ; Comdr. R. F Duelfer, Naval [
Marine Barracks CO post; Capt. win Naval Aviation Safety Assistant PWO, becomes first Academy.
James H. Etter becomes new Awards. Naval officer named for Jax During Christmas leave for (

Public Works Officer; second TV October chapter of American Military Annapolis, Midshipman Braman rt
jet trainer assigned NAS Jax. Engineers. spoke to the Woman's Club of
ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL Great Britain's Defense Min- ,
Englewood High, showing a film
Sunday,January August ister, Sir Duncan Sandys, visits "
Boy Scouts honor Capt. Ira Defense Gives Life entitled "The Annapolis Story. rf
0930-Service of Worship, here; NAS announces outstand- rt
N. Curtis Aerology In addition to this speaking
Chaplains Prickett And Alexander. ; gets new
ing fire record in 1958 NAS Jax
teletype weather circuit; colorof ; To Deposits SystemDefense engagement, he spoke to groups :
1100-Service of Worship, Navy sedans change color observes 16th birthday; VP-5 will not ask Congressto from duPont, and Landon High

Chaplain Beatty, Telecast on Ch from battleship gray to black; "Mad Foxes" win readiness get rid of the serviceman's schools, the Naval Air Reserve

12. DVCC leads way to stamp out award; NAS Jax chiefs promoted deposit system. Not now anyway.DOD's Training"' __...I ..'-.1 Unit, __Church' L __of_n. the Ef Et
1430-United( oneparu, ana me explorer:
Building
Fellowship, -
+x Military Pay and Al- t
722. unit and Cub pack of St. Marks
lowance Committee noted in a Church. Braman also made
1830 appearances -
Teenage Fellowship, recent report the official De- at local television sta- ,
Building 722. fense position is that the saving tions.
)4ondayJanuaryll1000Womans deposits plan should not be eli-
Chapel Guild, minated despite the claim by the "Operation Information" start-

Building 722. General Accounting Office that ed about two years ago to main-

1930Singspiration.ST. F the plan has outlived its useful- tain a keen interest in the Naval ]
EDWARDS' CHAPEL ness. I
Academy. Midshipmen from all 1
Schedule of Masses Chief objections to the planare
Sunday January 1 that airmen must make cash over the country conduct "Op- (

0830-1000 Sunday. deposits (cannot allot),they can- eration Information" during their ,
0630-Daily. not withdraw until they separateor Christmas leave periods.I J

ST. LUKES CHAPEL : d'yo are in an emergency, and the ]

Naval Hospital0630Catholic Y interest on deposits must be paid 1
Mass. _.._ by the government even thoughthe TIDE TABLE 1J J
0930-Service of Divine Wor- --- money is not available to HIGH LOW
THE NEW LOOK These two photographs contrast the
ship. difference in submarine design during the past 25 years. At the government to invest for in- A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
Latter Day Saints (Mormon) left is the Cuttlefish going down the Groton, Conn.. ways in terest. Frl. 7:51: 8:12 1:20: 2:02:
Tuesday 1930 building 751. November 1933. The same basic hull shape was used throughout The services have long admit- J
WWII. At right is the atomic submarine Skipjack, launched Sat. 8:38: 9:00: 2:09: 2:48
Christian Science Tuesday ted that only a fraction of the
from the last Note the
same ways year. aerodynamic hullshap. Sun 9:24 9:47: 2:55: 3:33:
1900 Building 751. enlisted
and other design changes. men deposit.



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1958 Is Eventful For




Station Sports Devotees



It was an eventful year in sports aboard the Station in

1958 with all forms of competitive athletics, from intramuraltable

tennis tourneys to All-Navy golf being held to spotlight

the sporting calendar.

a f, Y, Headlines from last year's sports pages find many interestingevents.

$ ;\ ? JANUARYJax

Navy volleyball team places second at Birmingham AAU

Invitational.
VW-4 athletes capture Mainside Ironman Trophy.
_
: .
r' >: FEBRUARY
Lawrence Howard, middleweight, lone Golden Gloves. winnerfor

Jax Navy. .
Support Splinters win NATT
MARCH
Center IM basketball title while
Ace Johnson tips Frank Rich
VW-4 takes Mainside crown,
ards, 5 and 3, for Station golf
INTRAMURAL SPORTS AWARDS-Trophies for Mainside and Station intramural sports then whips SuSplints for All- championship.Four .
supremacy were given out recently in the office of Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr., NAS Jax com- Station toga. boxers
manding officer. Recipients of first-place trophies for their respective units were, left to right. Jax Navy Fliers end dismal Jax Navy capture
HarT Harvllle of FAETU. golf champions C. E. Freeburn, of VA 176, volleyball titllstsj Capt. season with 15-17 record, first 6ND crowns.
Parish, presenting All Station touch football trophy to Franklin Hunter of the 679th Air Force Ken Pendergras, AOC, of VW-
J.%D.; Van Vador, of NATTCenier. the spring golf champion, and R. L. Callahan of NATTCenter' year under head coach Herb 4 and the Jax Navy skeet team,
AE School, winners of the All-Station volleyball crown. Stovall.
named to Sports Afield's All-


I Tice, Winsf ead, American Jax Navy team.Crackerjax sweep

TheWATER 6ND and Regional cage titles;
Christensen Top Ai i whitewashed in All-Navy play.

Light-welter Billy Martin and

Mainside Rollers AWsv! middleweight Lawrence Howard
LINEThe gain All-Navy boxing crowns.
,
ht-' '
Final i statistics in Mainsidefall } {X ; S 1r1 APRIL
yae
first team sailing race in intramural bowling reveal A Jax Navy runner-up to FSU

Jacksonville in many years was six of the top ten individual in State AAU Volleyball Tour-
the first event in the 1958 Gator
average positions are held by Crackerjax Clobber ney at Mainside gym.
Bowl Regatta. The race was held American League keglers. Howard and Martin win bouts

at Mulberry Cove, NAS Jax benefit matches at'
in Navy-CYO
Ralph Tice of VW-4 "B" is
Sunday, December 28.
Prudential LassiesInactivity Chicago Stadium.
high with 179 .
A shortage of qualified skip- man a average MAY
while spilling 5022 pins in 28
pers, created by the holiday games. was a word unknown to the Jax Navy Cracker Lt (jg) Dick Gaskill of VA-15

leave schedule caused the teamsto However, Ray Winstead of jax during the recent holidays as the local lassies were en- defeats NARTU's Calvin Karrh
, be trimmed to one Rhodes in basketball action the for Station tennis championship.Jax .
Bantam Special Services, rolling in 17 gaged City League despite layoff on
and one Swan each official most courts. Navy third in NationalA
than Tice
more games ,
rather than the four boat teams The Crackerjax ran amuck I A U Volleyball Tourney at
holds 177 and
a average highest Cola Reds such
originally planned. Pepsi featuring
over Prudential in last week'stop Scranton, Pa.
pinfall in both 7969
Team No. 1, consisting of Lt. total. leagues, a I activity, scoring almost at stars as Mary Jo Hazen and JUNE
Gene Guazzo of VW-4 and Bob Chris Pohland, were slated to Main-
will over the weaker insurance Dispensary in convincing
National bowleris
Ellis i of Disbursing, sailing Top League tangle last night. No score is aided
Christensen of ComFair Jax sextet. Final score read 51-14. side swimming meet win
Rhodes Bantam 573, and Chief available.
Willis
"human fish" Chuck
Dickenson and Tim Smith sailing "A," league champions. Christ- THE WAVES hit double fig- by ,
who picked three individual
ensen also posted a 177 average ures in every quarter except the up
a Swan, won competition ina Qualifying Rounds Set medals.
but rolled in only 42 and their offences
close in games third when they slowed -
12
race resulting pointsfor Aviation Fundamentals School
spilled 7455 sticks. somewhat and pushed For LinkstersPersons
Varsity
the
winning team and 10 captures All-Station softball title
points for the TOP BOWLERS through a mere three points.
losers. interested in tryingout from VP-18.
Tlc A VW-4 "B" 171
Maj. Roy Van Rope, 679th Wlnilttd A Sp. B.rr. 177ChrUUnsm The brief respite allowed Pru- for a berth on the Jax Navy JULY
N "A"
Com Fair 177Mcv.y
AC&W Sqdn., Porrer Wooten of A VW-4 "B": : 170 dential to record 10 of its total varsity golf team should report Bob Wallace's 294 good for first
Delia P nna A VW-4 "B" 161Buchmtchtr points in this stanza. to the golf shack January 21 and
Special Services, Russell Bene- A Fa*. I "A" US place in 6ND Golf Tourney at
dict of O&R and Pat Parkes Helson|. A Hospital 113 SOFIA Sayatovich paced the 28 at 1300 for practice rounds. NAS Jax.
Pul o N NARTU "A" 1(1Kohlruich
comprised contestants of the los- N VAH-1 1(1 winners with 17 markers, while The first of four qualifying VW-4 wins All-Station spring

ing team. Wad N ComFair "A" 110 Carolyn Johnson, another Creck- rounds among men reporting on bowling title over NAWS School.

The course was a two-mile tri- Philadelphia will be the locale erjax veteran, hooped 14 points. the January dates is February 4. AUGUST

angular one with two heats to for the Army-Navy game for The Waves had built up a 27-1 All-Navy tennis doubles title
Further information be
wind-ward. The steady 9 knot some time yet; city and service lead at the half-time whistle and can won by Calvin Karrh, NARTUJax
northeast wind and obtained from chief Porter and Lt. "Doc" Houk.
warm after- ,
academy officials have renewed came out slow in the second half,
noon made for ideal sailing con- their contract for another three only to finish strong again. Wooten at the Mainside Athletic Rudy Boyd of Pensacola wins -

ditions. years The Crackerjax and the strong Office, extension 585. All-Navy golf crown at NAS
The starting gun saw RB 573

getting the jump on RB 574 im- ," .Tar.VW4's Ken Pendergras finishes -
TENNIS
COACH
mediately and holding a fair lead I r-- fourth in individual firing at

throughout until the final stretch 'i'1 MAPS SEASONFirst World Skeet Tourney in Mos-
when a maneuver had to be \/r' cow.
made to blanket Team Two's call for players of the SEPTEMBER

Swan, enabling Dickenson's Swanto game of the webbed bat is Charlie Boucher,' O' & R, wins

hold her tack and lead the now being made by coach J. civilian golf title.

Swan'field across the finish. C. Karrh of ,NARTU. Harry Webb and Mary Bi-

Although this cost Team One :., Tennis enthusiasts interested senius team for All-Station. Mix-
0ft' in trying out for positionson r
some precious distance, the finish 1. y d < <:i ...". ed Two-Ball crown.
the Jax Navy varsity
still saw the team in the advan- .. ,>'. OCTOBER
squad are invited to contact VA-176 rushes to Mainside intramural
tageous position.Weeke's }r> -
SP 13645.A .

Pickinest full season of competitionis ship.Don Doohan nips Earvin Scott,

Of planned, and several col- 2 and 1, for Fall Cup Golf vic
Grid PickersJax
leges and military activities tory.

Air News'' 1958 Pigskin have already confirmed NOVEMBERAE

Picker Champ, Bill Weekes, de- matches with Jax Navy for School defends All-Sta-

monstrated he hadn't lost his the coming season. tion volleyball title by defeating

touch for picking winners as he Karrh won the 1958 All- VA-176.

once again topped opponentswith r Navy Doubles crown with Lt. Jax Navy pistol team enters

a near-perfect score in ; f.f..o' ,. ':;;' If4 "Doc" Houk last summer at shooting wars with fine showingin

Football Bowl selections.By Newport, R. I. Parris Island Invitational. '

failing to forsee the Air 1&j "J 679th Air Force unit .defeats'

Force-TCU tie, Weekes woundup _,_ l> "What1 your"name?" NAWS School for All-Station
with an .833 average surpass- nomTOP "Quits Davis. touch football toga.
NATTCENTER BOWLERS Shown during" paul.from .
ing the Editors' .500 average and the kegling wars is the Marine Aviation Detachment which "How come such an unusual DECEMBERBilly

Ron Davis's .333 effort. posted an outstanding 50.6 record during the recent NATTCenterfall name?" Martin and Arnie De-

The football soothsayers com- bowling competition. The Marines, however, lost to "Well, when I was born my France emerge boxing winnersin
Mainside champfon VW-4 "B" for the All-Station title. Left to
piled an overall bowl selection father took one look at me and Florida "AAu'mitt meet;
right, are Fred Asberry, Jim Lumley, Steve Mayer,'Lee Haley
mark of .555. and Joe Gillii. aid 'Lets call it quits.' Martin named most outstanding*.



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I I NAS Transportation Officer RetiresNAS I Axe Navy Swings Economy;,


Jax's Public Works Africa in WWII. moving project in history, con-

Transportation Officer, Fred- Also, after WWII, CWO struction of Cubi Point Air NATTC Is Hit

erick Fannin, CWO3, was Fannin was present aboard Station, Subic Bay, P. I.
piped over the side recently the USS Palmyra during the Before coming here in June (Continued from Page)

after 23 years in the Navy.In Bikini bombing tests. 1957, CWO Fannin served from 3160 in fiscal 1959 to 1787

over two decades of However, one of the most aboard NAS Jax from 1947-51 in fiscal 1960. Costly excess capa-

service, CWO Fannin's career illustrious responsibilities bestowed with IATU Squadron. Also, city in terms of facilities is the

has been marked with many upon him during his CWO Fannin served at Cargo result.

notable milestones, among Naval tenure was as Assistant Handling Battalion No. I,Wil- 2. Reductions in the shore establishment -

which was aboard the USS Transportation and Equipment liamsport, Va., Naval Con- are preferable to
Cherokee which assisted clear- Officer of the 30th Naval Con- struction Battalion Base Unitin cuts in the operating forces. The

ing Casa Blanca Harbor dur- struction Regiment during the Davisville, R. I., and Naval reduced training load in the Air

For Sal ing the invasion of North world's second largest earth Training Station, Norfolk. I' Training Command will allow a

Equity in 3 bdrm. house, pay reduction in number of training

ment $63.33 per mo. Conv. to facilities.
NAS and Cecil Field Ph. SP- Chow ExpertsContinued 3. Consolidation of activities of

1-1341 after 1630. ( from Page 1)) the Naval Air Technical Train-

Equity in 4 bdrm.-2 bath home, Team members point out short ing Command will provide sav-
6878 Snowwhite Drive Hills Ph. ings due to reduction of costs,
cuts, ways of making meals
Critter. student travel time
1-4240.
improved
more appealing, and in general,
brick home. Corner lot 4854 show commissarymen who efficiency in administration and

Avent Drive (Ortega Hills). haven't had special schooling smaller capital investment in
House trailer for sale 1955 plant and equipment and conse-
how to keep the Navy eatingthe
model, 3 rooms, one owner, write best food. quent reduction in amortizationcosts.

1174 Jacksonville Beach, giving .
arrival the Food Service
telephone number Upon 4) TRAINING effectiveness in

Mobile Home for sale, 1956 team goes into a huddle related fields of aviation elec-

Imperial. Air cond. See anytime. with Supply and/or Commis- tronics, guided missiles, fire con-

Lot 99. Park Trailer Court, San- sary officer and key men of the 1 ( trol and electricity will be en-
galley force. The first two days
hanced consolidation
ford, Fla. by at one
For Rent are spent in determining how activity.

Furn. 2-bdrm fully equip. 125 the general mess operates. Com- Training being conducted at

per mo. SP 1-1822, Gaskill. missarymen are encouraged to NATTCenter here will be redis-
3-Bdrm. unfurn. home. 4676 ask questions about items on the tributed among other activitiesof

Martingale St. (Westfield Vil- menu and discuss problems. the Training Command.
I
lage) $115 per mo. Extension 397. TEAM MEMBERS demonstratetheir PLANNED improvements in

d Furn. 3-bdrm. house, 2 story. suggestions by working Weapons System Training Unitsat

$95. call EV 9-6930. Located 2224 side-by-side with the cooks and various Air Stations along

Dellwood Ave near 5 points. bakers. Part of the training is with establishment of advanced

House on waterfront, 2-bdrm., given at classroom level and schools for Aviation Guided

kit. equip. $95 per mo. Water training aids are used. Missilemen and Aviation Fire

furn. Call RA 4-0223, close to Controlmen at N A TT Cen te r
New developments and finer STARS VISIT FORRESTAL Bob Hope, long a believerin
NAS. techniques in food preparationare going right to the troops when it comes to entertaining sere Memphis will eliminate require-
2-bdrm. garage apt. $70. Call stressed by the team, including icemen, took a group of how people aboard the USS Forrestal ment for the Naval Air Weapons
EV 8-6150. when the ship was tied up in Naples for Christmas. Hope, Systems School here during cal-
3-bdrm. house. Lenox Ave. those involving the new (second from right) is shown In the hip's tick bay. His cast endar 1960.
ration-dense foods. Basic prin- included Les Brown and his famous Band of Renown: Molly
Call EV 8-6150. $75. ciples involved in menu plan- Bee, TV and recording personality, (sixth from right); Elaine The other schools and coursesat
New sleeping room, private Dunn fifth from left Hedda Colonna, the Center will be
ning, applied cookery, baking, ( ,rear): Hopper, Jerry transferredas
entrance and bath. 3326 HerschelSt. sanitation and administration of, (second from left, front), and many others. rapidly as necessary rehabilitation

Ph. EV 9-7388. of existing buildings at
the mess are included in the
4-rm. furn. apt. 1218 Challen Memphis will allow.
Ave. Near shopping center. Ph. week-long program. Casa Linda Lake Area Is

EV 9-0291. The Field team, which will also -
3-bdrm. unfurn. $125 per mo. I demonstrate for the National Food Service

'4357 Da Vina Ave (Venetia). Ph. Security Industrial Association Designated Bird SanctuaryThe (Continued from Page 1))

EV 9-1720 after 1630. Service Advisory Committee at Team arrived yesterday to con-

1-bdrm. furn. apt. pvt. bath. It's two-day conference here Naval Air Station area from the Chapel grounds duct it's week long training pro-

$70. per mo. Light and ,water next Thursday and Friday, will back to Casa Linda Lake has been designated a bird sanctuary gram for commissarymen, with

incl. 2037 Herschel St. EV 7-3842. depart Jan. 16. the aim of achieving high stand-

The NAS Jax Garden Circle, ards in food service. The teams
furn. bdrm.
Duplex apt. one
to exist. In this overall plan of
Elec. kit. 5940. Wesconnett Blvd. Mr.: Sternly to husband at 3 feeling that conservation should visit to Jax coincides with, the
birdsis
conservation the value of
SP-1-1106. a.m.) : "What does the clock claim the deep concern of all NSIA committee's conference.
say?" patriotic citizens, petitioned for no longer a matter of specula- Heading. the military repre-
Furn. bdrm. in priv. home.
tion but scientific fact.
3602 Oak St. Ph. EV 9-5354. Mr. (genially) : "It shay 'tick- the sanctuary.THE sentatives will be Rear Adm. J.

Furn. Bung. Clean. $100 per tock' and the It'l doggie shay PETITION reads in part: "Scientists have proven the W. Boundy, Chief, Bureau of

mo. EV 9-5224. Mrs. Harris. 'bow-wow' and the pushhycatshay "Some provision must be made important service rendered by Supplies and Accounts. Chair-
MiscellaneousWanted 'meow-meow.'" for wild life if it is to continue birds, their economic value as manning the Industrial Food
our "first line of defense" against
2 Committee will be Harry Gor-
SW81Alrman
: yrs
left desires with airman obnozious weeds and against such of National Biscuit Co.
swap
insects that destroy our crops,
stationed NAS Jax, NAAS May-
and trees.
port, Cecil Field. Now aboard gardens Three Navy Doctors
USS Roosevelt. Interested, con- "The slogan of our National I

tact Jerald Purser, 1478 DomasDr. Council of State Garden Club is, 3et Medical AwardsAll
"Every Garden a Bird Sanctu-
Riders. Ph. RA 4-0128. ary." We of the NAS Jax Gar- three of the armed services
wanted: Murray Hill
represented in the six
were
den Circle with
a membershipof
section
0730-1600 to Bldg. 110.
50, believe that "A Bird In major awards for outstanding
.
EV 71010. Tuft. 3 :cr. Bush in the achievements in military medi-
yJ the Is Worth Two
Ride
wanted: Gilmore St. (between -
Hand." cine made by the Assn. of Military -
Willowbranch and Mc- ; Surgeons of the US at its
Duff). 0730-1600. Roberts, ext- 2wiWyxyC a "Therefore, we respectfully 65th annual convention recently.
petition that you formally pro-
432.Wanted Three of the awards went to
: Ride or Car Pool claim the area in the Chapels
Navy doctors, one of them Lcdr.
"Bird for
from Riverside Area-Oak Wil- vicinity a Sanctuary"
45f.: John Ebersole, medical officer of
low Branch to Mainslde. Lt (jg) X11'' ia.o protecting all our birds from
the ,atomic submarine Seawolf.
molestation intimidation wound-
,
Thompson, ext-714 or 748.
?:': < hand-thrown Other Navy medics getting
ing
< slaughter by
Found and man's ; ,.
: Lady's :
: 11t\ I missiles, traps, shooting or rob- awards were Capt. George Calvyof
watches. Owner may call ext- 'f-\\ ;
.< "J.1of ''t'' .,; bing of their nests." the St. Albans Hospital and

8261 for information. Samuel { Mw ': j:"JA U". "'iJ "' 9 '*..,, t." FOLLOWING is the commanding Dr. Ralph Lillie of Bethesda
"White. 'R =,s\M( < { ..ft..t ,1. ,a '. .,'*<.J.;. Naval HospitaL'Weather
J ( ?.).WW. )fM kt.r :' tWO y f' If'rIit. officer's answer:
.tl :'i'. 'b'h">""
;
We're reminded of this little ,y, dot., v 9{ Y opc, s 'v9 J.Zr s ft ?K .4i ";tkfk;;;:J.. .:r:' ;q,1E3. "That the area within limitsof '
ditty that Is supposed to be repeated Jt; >:.t,; l 'Anvfy :: "" : ; ,'t; ; Chapel grounds, back to Casa
a'X" '45 6r 7 i1 8'ff!) vlO
:
Rf
,
fast three times .. Linda Lake, is hereby designateda
: :":t. "..: .$,: tt :, : >.':-"<, j (Continued from Page)
A skunk sat on a stump. The !l f} {J rfr7. ;t 1 1o : Bird Sanctuary and every endeavoring to maintain this ex-
stump thunk the stump stunk; + ;; ; :=: x :?s.,,:> v : citizen is called upon to con- cellent rating and attempting to

and the stump thunk the skunk 18 1920:21. ;: '2223; 24. serve bird life through care, reduce the amount of errors in

stunk. .' '25 \6 27Y28tJ29i: ;3t Ii feeding and protection from dan- order to receive an outstanding
of and all kinds.
'.01.-.;.",,'" ",,. ,,......_. ger any award from the Chief of Naval
"Did you vote for the honor r WiiiI ''';'W; "That the cooperation of every Operations.
CALENDAR GIRL Not to be confused with our January
8J/ftem7" individual is solicited in makingthis NAS Jax Weather Officer Is
calendar on page one is this 1959 calendar. Dolores Kirby, I
"You bet I did, three times." neatly outlined by her toreador pants, may make shorts obsolete effort a success." omdr.. James Mullins.r .





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