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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: February 19, 1959
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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Picture Bright For Navy Officers EnlistedsMore


Naval and Marine Corps
officers will put added gold on grades and a hike in higher by about 7000, the E-6 grade by again asked for 14 additional Of some 12,000 Navy and 2794

their shoulders in. fiscal 1960 grades, which shows men are about 500, E-5s by ,some 2,000 ,flag ranks above the legal limit. Marine officers due promotions,
while prospects also look brightfor moving up. and E-4s by 2,800. E-3s should This unrestrictedline.
would bring total authorizedflag 9960 will be in the
Navy enlisted men, reports At present, the Navy has 146 see' an increase of 1,000. strength to 301. : .
Navy Times. E-9s and 914 E-8s. By June 30, But the number of E-2s will
WHILE total strength is re- 1960, there should be 600 E-9s plummet nearly 20,000 and num- INFORMED sources predict the As to Marine Corps enlistedmen

maining stable, there will be a and 4200 E-8s. ber of E-ls will drop 5,000.In Senate will turn "thumbs down"on the promotion picture for

decrease in the lower enlisted THE E-7 grade should increase' officer ranks, the Navy has this request. fiscal 1960 carries a bleak look.


Extension Of



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Seen LikelyExservicemen .j.nJnf


who had en- -

tered active duty after Jan. VoL 16 No. 45 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 19 February 1959
31, 1955 may soon be getting
GI Bill education benefits : w}' ." v\\ v.y;, v44\\V:4: A.t..+p an '(.

that is that's what is pre- $18,360. Sought For
dicted by Sen. Ralph Yarbo-

rough (D., Tex.), chairman of
the Senate Labor Welfare

veteran Committee's affairs.subcommittee on Health, Joint CrusadeAn


TABBED as Jhe Committee's appeal for funds was launched here Wednesday by
number one piece of veteran's six national health' agencies vital in the nation's fight against

legislation, the veteran's school disease and disability and by three international agenciesof

aid bill proposal will come up I. the Joint Crusade.
before the a mander Fleet Air Jacksonville.All .
subcommittee
hear-
The annual campaign, in which stressed wholehearted sup-
ing soon, said Yarborough.He .
military and civilian personnelof port of the drives:
stated the
sure would give proposed peacetime mea-vets some 20 various Navy activi- REV. ROGER S. Ma r xsen, .
ties in the Jacksonville area are
"almost the same education spokesman for the National
benefits as Korean Bill beneficiaries participating, officially opened Health Agencies, pointed out the
\
.. with kickoff at
a huge rally
outstanding made by
but monthly paymentswill progress
ay Hall morning.
King Wednesday
definitely not exceed the the Health agencies as a resultof '
rate of those given Korean War ATTENDING THE rally were public contributions and especially -
beneficiaries. I hundreds of keymen, unit chair- the fine support given in

PRESIDENTIAL proclamationended j r T men, and commanding officers of the past by Navy military and

Korean Bill benefits for participating commands. Similar civilian personnel.

men and women who went on kickoff rallies were held at Ruth Zimmer, chairman of the
.... NAAS Mayport Wednesday afternoon Duval Com-
active duty after Jan. 31, 1955 -- County Coordinating
Although the amount of aid OFFICIAL AND UNOFFICIAL Highest average In this and at NAB Cecil Field mittee for National Health
,week's graduating class and highest mark ever achieved by a
this
morning.
has not been Agencies campaign, explained the
determined
as yet ,
foreign national at Aviation Storekeeper School at NATTCenter,
Yarbourough said that the pro- was scored by Lcdr. Rycki Kuboioe (left) of the Japanese Nary. Adding their endorsement to functions and missions of 'each r.of r.j'
posal would provide 1% daysof Foreign officers though, have no official landing in our service the "double drive" were com- the Health Agencies.
schooling for day in the schools so next man on the ladder James Krause, AKAA,
service every (center) received the honor certificate from CWO A. Santille. manding officers of the various Agencies included in the driveare
up to 36 months. commands, headed by Rear Adm. American ,Cancer Society,
The senator labeled the chancesof
the bill's passage as "good." Increased Jobless For Wendell G. Switzer, Com- Arthritis and Rheumatism Foun-
Pay dation, Muscular Dystrophy Association -
National
of America,
Paul Donnelinger Tops FEBRUARY 23 Society for Crippled Childrenand

Honor Students At AOB( ) Federal Employees SoughtSenator Adults, National Society for
TO BE HOLIDAYNext Prevention of Blindness and
Honor students at NATTCenterthis
week were headed by Paul John Kennedy (D-Mass.) is principal sponsor of legis Monday, February 23, United Cerebral Palsy Associa-

Donnelinger, A03, of LaCrosse, lation that would increase unemployment compensation benefits of will be a legal holiday for tion.ORGANIZATIONS
Wise., at the Aviation Ordnancemen Federal workers as well as private industry employees.THE military and civilian person- in the Joint
nel. Full holiday routine will Crusade are CARE, Inc.; Crusadefor
School, Class B. MEASURE backed by 31 he or she lives, whichever is
At Aviation Electrician's Mate Senators and 120 Representatives, lower and the benefits would be in force.Washington's. Freedom, and the American-

School Class A, Donald Slack, would provide jobless benefitsof : be paid for 39 weeks. Birthday (Feb- Korean Foundation.Goal .

AEMAA, of Overton, Tex., and one-half a worker's regular ruaryc 22) falls pn Sundaythis for the two drives, which
Julius Powers, AEIAN, of Way- wage and two-thirds of the aver- The American Federation of year, thereby making a will run concurrently until March

cross, Ga., shared top honors. age wage in the state where Government Employees has an- holiday on Monday. 19, is $18,360. Of this, $13,340 is
_._ nounced support of the All departments and PIOs
--- strong established for Health and $5,020for

I WAF Band Concert Set: I 1)111.THE are and photographs requested to into have Jax copy Air the Joint Crusade.CoChairmen .

HOUSE Ways and Means of the drive are '
News office Friday if possi ble.
The Air Force WAF Band Committee meanwhile has
,
ap- Capt. Kenneth R. Wheeler, NAS
band members is crowded
usually Deadline for photos, how-
has scheduled a concert in proved the bill to speed up job- Jax and ComNabSix Supply Officer -
with sessions.
practice will be moved
ever, up to
Building Three, NAS Jax, less benefits for government and Charlie Field, of NAS
February 24, at 1900. The band Twenty-three, states, including workers as soon as they are Tuesday' 0900, and Tuesdayat Jax Overhaul and Repair De
Alaska, are represented on the 1400 for copy.
directed by Capt. Marybelle (Turn to Page 6, Col. 2)) partment.
Nor WAF Band roster and the female
Nissly, is home-based at
Bernardino music-makers form one of the
ton AFB, San t
Calif. finest womens musical organiza-

THE GROUP plays a varietyof tions in the country.

music from conservative sym- THE BAND was slated to arrive

phonic to swing, classics to rock at NAS Jax yesterday. ',
'n' roll, mambos to marches, with Schedule of events locally include t S Sr

specialties by the harpist, vocal- performances at Jax radio

ist, cornet, soloist, and the renowned and television studios, an appear- ,
32.r
12 English Handbell ance at Gainesville High School b : 4 1 4' 4 ,

ringers. today, Terry Parker High tomor- "
The bell ringers came about row, two concerts at the Pruden-

through efforts of Capt. Nissly, tial Building Saturday at 1500 k } ; 19g y r d

who on a musical tour of Europe and 2000 and the Tuesday, Feb- ,' :
prior to her military duty, 1- ruary 24 appearance here. .;

came fascinated by the bells and s.s; f irr; ,' f? }

,ordered a set. Capt. Nissly does E-7 Wives Planning I
all arrangements for the bell
Studio On
Dance Base
ringers, whose performance includes -
semi-classics, rock 'n' roll, Beginning first week in March,
and an unusual arrangement of the E-7 Wives will be sponsoringa '
the famed Wedding March. Dance Studio in Building 612, '

THE 50 members of the WAF on Jason St. ALL-GIRL BAND TO APPEAR HERE The Air Force WAF Band, (above) only all-feminine
band lead a busy life with rehearsals Such types of dancing as tap, band in the Air Force, will appear at Mainside gym. Building Three, Tuesday, February 24 at 1900.
and duties ballet Hawaiian and ballroom The band will play for' a concert which will precede an enlisted men's dance. The group is cur- I
military ,
rently in .demand for appearances on nation-wide radio and TV concerts and parades. They have
along with outside studies and will be conducted. For more information appeared on such TV shows as Today Wide World, Arthur Godfrey Show Truth or Consequences
recreation. An ordinary day for call EV 4-3055. and I've Got A Secret. The band spends 60 to 70 per cent of its lime on tour.Promotion .


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Page 2 SAX AIR NEWS 19 February 1959


I DAYTONA HOSTS Year's First Class SetGraduation -

.
jn U1LJJI Ii BLUE ANGELSThe


famed "Blue Angels", DVCC
NAS, Jacksonville For
Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. ....................-?..-,...._..., ..... .. Comm ndlne Officer renowned Navy flight demon-
Capt. Grayston H. Weber ......... .... .. .. ... .. /. Executive Officer tomorrow
NAB Six Tied Air JaduonTOl stration team, will appear 16'Reserve officers and enlisted men are
Rear Adm. Wendell G. SWitzer .......................................................... .. ... ..... Commander (Friday) through Some expected
Capt. George R. Luker .........._.......,.,...,.,............,...? .................... Chief of Staff, Fairfax to graduate at NAS Jax tomorrow after completing two weeks
Capt. Macpherson Williams ................................,.,...'.,.,.,............ Chief of Staff, NAB Six Sunday at Daytona Beach. training in "Disease Vector Control," one of DVCCenter'stwo

Capt. Donald E. Macintosh ....FlMt............Air.WlnQ..d.Y...n........?.....?.,".........,.. Commander Performance of the famous major offered military personnel.DVCC .
Capt.. Charles L. Lambing ......... ........ ............:............." Chief'Staff OfficeNaval group is being held in con- courses its first
Air Technical ; in graduating
Training Center
Capt. Charles L. Moore'Jr. ........................................?.......,.,.......... Commanding Officer junction with Speed Week activities Training class of Navy and Marine Corps standard
Comdr. Wilfred E. Fleshman ....... ... : ............................ Executive Officer at the beach Active Duty stock.

Capt. Alton C. Abernethjr.............N.....ial.lio.pltil.. ..................... Commanding/ Officer An All-Navy Talent city.Show 1959, will be handing out its The first week is spent study
Capt. John G. Feder ...................,....?.................... .................................... Executive Officer 582nd ACDUTRA course diploma the classes and
NARTQ will be held each night, dur- ing order of insects -
Capt. Norman Anderson ................. ..,...., Commanding Officer since inception of the curriculum the basic principles
Comdr. William E. Hardy ...................;..;;;;.".."..".."..';;;;;;.".."..".;.".."..".,"."............... (Executive Officer ing run of the "Blue Angels"at : NoVember 1948. of arthropod
2000 in Peabody Auditoriumat prevention and chemical
Printed commercially; with non-appropiated funds In Jacksonville. Floridaat IN THE BI.monthly course, control, and the safe applicationand
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-W Daytona. Reservists are indoctrinated in
Rev. July 1958. Distributed free of military and civilian personnel Comdr. J. A. Scovel, Infor- use of pesticides and insecti-
of Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training the latest concepts of insect vector -
Center, Fleet .Air Wing 11 Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. and the U. S. mation and Recruiting Officerof control with practical appli- cides, such as DDT.

Naval Hospital Information Officer '............. ....? .., Comdr. Frank J. Hill NARTU Jax is coordinatingofficer cations in utilization of newest TWO DAYS are spent study-
Assistant Service Information Officer ............. Andrew H. Planey for the Davy's partici- insecticide ing the mosquito, as the students
Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters-Bill Weekes, JO3; Dottie John- insecticides, pesticides and -
son, Ron Davis! AN; Gene Hagan, JOSA. Staff Photographer O'Brien.PH3. pation in, the Daytona events provided by probe into its importance and relation -
The Jax Air News is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. equipment
Material appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is to man as disease vectors
graphs.Editorial given..Photographs, unless otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy Photo- (carriers) and economic pests.

offices located in Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone Special reference is placed on themosquitoJs
extensions 8184. 656. 272 or 216.
: medical and economic
-0 importance as is reflected in the
Health Alone Is Victory study of its habits and character-

4 istics.
Despite tremendous advances in medical research in recent
Students learn to
years the fight for health is unremitting.Too distinguishthe
many lives still are being lost unnecessarily to major de- adult mosquito from the

generative killers such as cancer and other diseases. The lame and larva after careful scrutination in

the blind limp or walk unseeingly in our midst. Children and adults the laboratory, and learn how to

alike are victims of such crippling and paralyzing diseases as cere- handle power-driven and hand-

bral palsy, arthritis and rheumatism, and muscular dystrophy. operated equipment in it's chem-

THOSE OF US WHO ENJOY GOOD health rarely take time ical control procedures.

out to consider what a tremendous job it is to keep Americans 4'J During the, second week, stud-
C healthy and to care for those who are not. ents become acquainted with im-

We have to remind ourselves from time to time that millionsof K portance, biology, identification,

our own neighbors are voluntarily fighting for us every day, t habits and prevention and controlof

year in and year out The doctors, scientists, health workers and domestic filth flies, tsetse flies

volunteers. They are enlisted, in a battle against our worst peacetime / and deer flies, such ectoparasitesas

enemies, disease and crippling conditions which afflict ticks, mites, lice, true bugs

millions. and fleas, such wood destroying

ALL FEDERAL PERSONNEL HAVE A chance to strike at organisms as termites, and such

these ailments and afflictions by contributing to the Federal Serv- 4 general household pests as ants,

ice Campaign for National Health Agencies. Many years ago Thomas : / cockroaches and silverfish.A .

Carlyle wrote that "ill-health, of body or of mind is defeat," and SIMILAR study is ,conductedon
he declared that "health alone is victory." the subjects of poisonous
American men and women in the federal establishment can :
arthropods, reptiles and domes-
help speed the eventual victory by making a generous contribution SHADES OF OLD CORPS Capt. William Burnett (right) tic rodents, like the rat and
when they are asked to give "dollars for health" in the present Adjutant of the Marine Air,Detachment here congratulates Act- mouse.
campaign. GySgt. John Smith ;Casual Company Commander, who com-
pleted 30 years active duty last month. Smith first enlisted in Students are taught methodsof
1929 in the days when a private drew 21 dollars a month and recognizing and detecting

Can We Meet ? eggs were a dime a dozen, literally. The "Ole Gunny" doesn't domestic rodent signs, techniquesin
Challenge consider retirement until end of his current enlistment in August. rat proofing and I stoppage,
Capt. Burnett himself has completed more than 27 years active
As Americans, we enjoy the tradition of sharing our materialand duty. principles of domestic rodent and

spiritual benefits with our fellow men at home and abroad. It ectoparasite prevention and con-

is always a challenge to every American to increase his own serviceto Exchange Is A Privilege trol, and importance of domestic

his country rodents as disease reservoirs and

In a world of crisis which demands the best it is within our Shopping For Unauthorized vectors and as destructive agents

power to give, each of us should meet this challenge personally. and pests.

ANSWER IT BY MEETING THE challenge of hunger with a Supplementing the 'study of

CARE package delivered in your name to supplement the meager Persons Is BusinessReselling different types of pests and insects -
diet of other human beings. I I Risky are studies on insect resis-

Answer it by lifting the cloud of ignorance with an honest tance to insecticides and the effect -
news broadcast bleamed to millions who have no access to freedomof items bought in a service exchange or buying of insecticides on wildlife.

any kind except through daily broadcasts of Radio Free Europe.OR them for unauthorized persons is just as dangerous as Since the ACDUTRA course is
ANSWER IT BY DEFEATING the ravages of disease and lending your exchange card. '.
war, and by alleviating the suffering of millions of children, throughthe It is a flat violation of military conducted every-other month, the
Assistant next one will begin in April.
American-Korean Foundation. regulations. In congressional ComptrollerFor

These are not abstract conditions, but immediate needs which hearings it was brought out that Audit Visits Here However, 'semi-monthly curricu-
lums in the two week are
out of a deep sense of humanity, all of us want to fill. A generous this practice greatly 'offends course
Navy Area Audit Office Jax held in June and August to allow -
gift from our plenty to the Federal Service Joint Crusade will civilian merchants.
was visited last Thursday by the for the increased flow of
insure that CARE, the Crusade for Freedom and the American- CITIZENS in general, includ- Assistant
Navy Comptroller for college and
Korean Foundation continue to meet, in the name of the American ing retail merchants, support the Audit. university participantson

people, the challenges of disease, poverty, and ignorance in'a way idea of granting special benefits summer vacation.

no government can.Leadership and privileges to members of the While on his supervisory visit

\\Armed Forces, so as to make a here, Capt. J.B. Kackley, repre- Dafiynishuns: Father-the kin
senting the Washington you love to touch."Wonder .
Course I service career attractive.But Auditing
Backward office, visited the office of Capt.
most of them strongly and
Starts At All Saints understandably object to any E.W.of NAS Parish Jax., commanding officer' m@ Po f? !S'f fJ
Training GlancesBits
A four-week Leadership practice which threatens civilian

Course for teachers, workers business. As Assistant Navy Comptrollerfor

and prospective teachers will be of particles from dusty IT'S THEREFORE the respon- audit i Capt. Kackley is } I

held in the All Saints' Sunday pages of the Jax Air News. sibility of every man and womanin responsible for audit i of all

School Building 722, beginning uniform to refuse to take part
February 1, 1951 Naval activities. Naval contracts
next Monday
Capt. Julius C. Earley, Senior in unauthorized exchange prac- throughout the
world
Led by Chaplain E.M. ReaganJr. Medical Officer of NAS Jax, was tices which infringe upon the are also

., the Training Course will appointed head of the second : legitimate sphere of civilian duties of the captain.

convene Monday evenings at 1930. annual Charity Carnival.A merchants and endanger the The function of the Washington
I Service exchange privilege. 1
Designed as a refresher for the Navy Hospital nurse, Ensign department is administered
experienced' teacher as well as Margot Wilkinson, was winnerin Sometimes it's difficult to refuse through ten regional offices, including -
a civilian friend who wants
instructional for new ones. Areasof the Progress Queen contest ; the Jax audit office.
you to make a purchase for him
consideration will be The held in conjunction with the 50 ,
Teacher, The Pupil, The Langu- Years of Progress Celebration by but every serviceman should remember Auditing functions in Alabama,
that in this his
age, The Lesson, The! Teaching the Jaycees. respect Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Lou-
first obligation is to his fellow
Process, The Learning Process teachers and wprkers and those servicemen.Your isiana, Mississippi, South Carol- r

and a Review and Application. desiring to become teachers, all exchange service is a ina, Tennessee and the 'arribean

Although primary concern is interested persons are invited to privilege, not a right. Use it, but area are responsible to NAAO

for the present Sunday School participate in these sessions. don't abuse it! Jax. "
what he's striking for.


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19 February 1959 JAZ' AIR NEWS'. $J

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tI I Latest Seavey Survey Shows Tour Cutoff Dates I

Sea duty commencement cut-
listed ratings affected by the ments." SEAVEY status. Under normal'
off dates for segment two of
I program. THIS IS due largely as a, result conditions, 12 months' obligated
SEAVEY, effective June 1, have
been announced by Chief of Naval Rates excluded from the SEA- of an excess of personnel in service is required for general

Personnel. VEY Program are all Waves, certain ratings on the SEAVEYat shore duty.ORDERS.
I aviation pilots, machine account- the end of the 2-58 segment,"
t Rotation data cards 'are being he added. FOR personnel in an
ants air controlmen, musicians,
,
forwarded by the appropriate usually ,
active SEAVEY status are
tradermen, and' communications This has caused only slight or
PAMIs (Personnel Accounting six to 12 months
cut from
technicians.The no changes in the sea duty com-
x Machine Installations) to eligible their rotation
after receipt of
I SEAVEY phase of the mencement dates for the new
personnel in the following rates: data card. With this in mind,
Career Rotation Program is gov- segment. Those personnel remaining -
CS, SH, MM, EN, MR, BT, BR, erned by BuPers Inst. 1306.62A. on the current active those desiring rotation should

With TheToastmasters EM, IC, SF, DC, PM, ML SV, The notice announcing the rates segment of SEAVEY 2-58, how- insure that they have sufficient

I CE, EO, CD, CM, BU, SW, UT, eligible in SEAVEY segment 2- ever, will receive priority in assignments obligated service.

SD, and TN.SEAVEY 59 is BuPers Note 1306 of Jan- to shore billets. This means 'that the Navyman

: the procedure by uary 9, 1959. An important factor to be remembered cannot just indicate his intentionto

I which personnel completing toursat "An outgrowth of unplannedbillet by personnel completing extend in the service, but

: A parody on the "Keep Talk- sea are rotated to shore duty, reductions ashore," the rotation data cards is the must have the actual obligated

: ing" TV show was the table was started in 1957, and by Juneof BuPers Chief explained, "has resulted obligated service requirements service when his rotation data

I topic opening the Officers Toast- last year encompassed all en- in a reduction of require- necessary to remain in an active card comes up for action.Longevity .
masters meeting, Thursday night. :

I With Kirb Callam directingthe
Health- Pay
show, two guests and three Employee

: regular members gave talks. All
f LiberalizationGetting
Medical.lnsurance t
speeches were extemporaneous. i ii

Guest speakers included I

I "Speaker of the week" winner, Move Is DelayedSenate Boost

Lt. Col. Patrick Harrison, who Government employee groups
I talked on "Leadership," and Ed Post Office and Civil will push ,hard for legislation in

Rosthorne who spoke on his Service Committee hearings on ., k. the present Congress to liberalize -
home Toastmasters Club. a proposed bill to provide gov- : pay raises, the Federal Em-
ernment workers and their fami- J
J ployees' News Digest has re-
Also speaking were Ray Mul- lies with low-cost health-medical (,
lins on "High Interest, Low Interest insurance benefits have been .
Rep. John Lesinski (D-Mich.),
Bill Mitchell on "Penny
delayed until after April 1, it
one of the top members of the
Wise, Pound Foolish, and Bill (was revealed this week.
Price with "Is Ivan Really Ter- House Post Office and Civil
Sponsor of the bill, Committee
; rible." Service Committee, has spon-
I Chairman Johnston (D-S. C.) sored such bills for classified and
; Master evaluator was Chuck announced his staff will contact workers.
Neely, Guests were Lt. Col various insurance companies and postal
t\4 Under the for classifieds .
measure
: Harrison, A E Cobb, Ltjg( ) D. Blue Cross-Blue Shield groupsto ) these employees would geta
,
Teller, Lester Smith and Wil- ( get their reactions to the bill 4 t..a longevity step increase equalto
liam William.All .
and suggestions they may
any their regular within-step sal-.
members are reminded that have for revising it. ary raises on completion of 10,
next week is Ladies' Night with 1 These companies will participatein 13 and 16 years Government
cocktails being served at 1800 in .underwriting the health insurance service.

the Oriental Room. program. ........--
at
boosts would
FINAL CHECK FOR JOE Joe Blanton. (right) a familiar These occur
Senate backers of the bill are figure around the NATTCenier Post Office the last 15 years.. these intervals, regardless of the .
t Five basic training speeches strongly desirous 'of having it was given his final check last week by Albert Masters, superintendent time an employee has spent in I
'highlighted the Navy Civilian's enacted into law this year. It is of the NAS Jax Post Office. It's estimated that Blan- his present grade. .
Toastmasters Club 2366 meeting has served than one-half million his
hoped that insurance groups, em- ton more people during Under current law
an employee -
Tuesday night at Karl Hellenthal's. stay here. He is taking a position in the office of the chief ac-
organizations and others
ployee countant in the main post office downtown. Looking on is Lester must have spent at least
will reach a general agreementby Luga of the NATTCenter Post Office.Can't 10 years in his grade, three of
Gordon King apostrophized to the time hearings are held in these years in the top step of the

the audience on "Sometimes It the spring. Gamble On Survival grade, before he can receive his

Doesn't Pay to Get Up;" Ken first longevity increase."

Scales expounded on "Cancer;" Catholic MissionSet Civilian Given The Lesinski bill plans to
Ezra Batte elucidated on "What Populace
abolish this requirement, and
Makes Airplanes Fly," and Cow- Next WeekA military service would also be

boy Cecil Dennis Field, Toastmasters guest from, NAS"Re- Mission conducted by the Role In Civil Defense service.Ann counted. as part of Federal

minisced." Rev. Benjamin Finnegan will

The panel of evaluators, head- open Sunday at at St.1900 Edward's with evening Chapel (This is the first in a series of articles on the National Plan for Jones Western

ed by Andy Planey, included devotions.The Survival and Defense in case of attack or other emergency. Just

Lawton Green, Bill Clearman, Mission will close March how the individual fits into the overall picture will be covered). Band Here Friday

Walt Stanul and E. K. McIlrath. 1 with masses at 0830 and 1000. Do you know the details of the National Plan for Survival and Ann Jones and her ,Western

Toastmaster far: the evening was Mission Masses will be at Defense in caseof, attack or other emergency? The Office of Civil Sweethearts band will appear at

T. A. Wilkinson, with Ivan Sand- 0615 and 1645 daily with even- and Defense Mobilization (OCDM) has developed the National Plan the Bluejackets Inn tomorrow

ers as table topics chairman. ing exerciws at 1900. Confes- because the American people need to prepare themselves for any (Friday) from 1930-2330.

Members were alerted to the Miss Jones has toured the ,
sions will be heard during the emergency.The the United States. In this of
approaching Fur-Line Gavel con- I age world with her famous show, in
and after
1645 Masses evening next world war could be missiles and moon rockets we
test for the area slated March devotions each day. addition to appearing on radio
28. nuclear and it could be fought in.I cannot afford to speculate in and TV shows.A .
survival.To .
misinterpretation of information -
this end, the National Plan fin last week's paper reported -

establishes non-military coursesof the Ann Jones group as
action and role of the Federal playing here last Tuesday.

.I Government, the States their po-
litical subdivisions, and the individual mined by the survival plan the

citizens to enable the local authorities have devised.AS .

Nation to survive, recover, and ONE OF those individuals,
WIN in the event of an attack. how do: you fit into the picture?

DESPITE CUTS in other ap- What is the local plan? How do
6 propriations and institution of Navy plans coincide with the National -

strict austerity programs for the Plan? These and many

services, President Eisenhower's other questions will be answeredin

budget for Fiscal 1960 calls for these pages in forthcoming issues -
; however, the Big Questionnow
xx.fikf almost 87 million for OCDM;
f is: "What is Civil Defense
50%
nearly more than appropriated "
in Fiscal 1959.It Mobilization?
Civil Defense is simply the
is evident by this action that
preparation of the civilian -
population
thq President and his Cabinetare
to defend families, homes,
deeply concerned about civil
and communities in the event of
defense and are vigorously sup- disaster.
porting the National Plan.
. Mobilization of the civilian

The 7,500,000 public servantsnow population and the various relief -

X: ifik, : in i Federal, state, and local agencies, supported by the

.; V! t1\b v... m...._..._.._'_'__'_,, ..... .. .- governments will all have emerg-I military services, constitutes a
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;; ;CNA'RESTRA REVIEWS STATION KEEPERS Rear Admiral Allen Smith, Jr., Chief of ency assignments and must be formidable weapon if all components -
Naval Air Reserve Training, NAS Glenview, Ill., is shown inspecting enlisted active duty personnel trained and prepared to perform are fully aware of their
(itationkeepers) of NARTU Jax at the annual inspection last Saturday. Members of them. The role of the individualin responsibilities and interdependence. -
Jax-based Reserve squadrons, the Weekend Warriors, also underwent inspection by the
NARTU any community will be deter- .
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.. BLOOD


tr1fJ ,Congress- Receives Host Of CS Bills I 11 DONORFortynine


Following are some Federal: areas where a "substantial service-connected disabled vets
employee measures introducedin portion of the voters were after one-year Instead of threeof r

the opening weeks of Con- employed by the government.The probationary employment.
Mainside{ and NATTCenter
gress: Civil Service Commis- Another bill would give additional r
movies daily, 1800 and 2000 un-
otherwise One bill asked to put Classi- sion would have broad powersto 'job retention creditsto i
Satur-
less specified.
fied salaries on an escalator set regulations for such veteran employees with
day, Sunday and Holidays, 1400,
basis, starting off with a $400 activity, having authority to service connected disabilities.Also .
movie
and 2000. Hospital
1800, ,
increase followed by a $50 increase waive penalties against em- a bill was introduced t. f
1900 daily.
every time the cost-of- ployees found guilty of minoror providing a $10,000 fine or

Mainside-Menace Thursday, February in the 19 Night living index goes up. unintentional violations of ten years in 'jail, or both to
An amendment to the Hatch the act. anyone who wilfully preventsan
-murder( drama) Griffith Jones.
Bill was proposed to allow Another amendment, on the ex-serviceman from gettinghis more employeeshave
NATTCenter-Never Anything Federal employees to engagein veteran's preference ledger, lull job rights under the. joined the blood donor rollsat
Small (color drama) James NAS Jax.Donating .
politics on partisan basis in would give career status .to Veterans Preference Act.'Credentials' .
Cagney. blood to the Station
,
Hospital-Home Before Dark Blood Bank in January were 32
adult drama) Jean Simmons,
( Go employees from Overhaul and Re-

Dan O'Herlihy. pair Department, six from Public

Friday, February 20 To 11 Qualified Works Department, eight from
Mainside-Plunders of Painted
Supply and three from Miscel-
Flats (drama) Corine Calvert.
NATTCenter-Menace in the As Life Guards laneous departments.
\ O & R donors were J. E. Ed-
Night.
Hospital-Never Steal Any- Drowning can-be fun, com wards, R.C. Scott, RE.: Willis, W.

thing Small. pared to being saved by some E. Wilkerson, B. Cannor, J. T.

Saturday, February 21 novice lifeguards. Shields, GW. Huntley, B.C. Cody,
Mainside-Adventures of Mr. ,. ax Swimmers from NATTCenter, R.C. McLendon, C.N. Smith, D.M.

Wonderbird (color fairy tale). ;.a NAS Jax and 'Cecil 'Field found Brown, J.R. Sands, W.Z. Tarr V.

NATTCenter Plunders. .of that practice is needed to keepa Hunter, M. Tkac, C.H. Carse, II.
Painted Flats.HospitalMenace. swimming rescue from seem- B. Russey, N.H. Dietz, C.C. Hens-

in the Night. ing worse than taking a "deep- ley and A.L. Beatty.
..
Sunday February 22 six" your own way. Also from O & R, M.D. Hesse,

Mainside-Outlaw's Son (west- FROM 0800 to 1100 weekday Richard McCleary, J.W. Creecy,

ern) Dane Clark, Ben Cooper. morning between Feb. 3 and W.T. Clearman, Jr., F.H. Sellers,
NATTCenter-Adventures of Feb. 11, instructor George Wells TO. Varnadoe, A.G. Martin, H.
Mr. Wonderbird. drilled his class in Senior Life Ferguson, T. H. Donnell}}, H. A.

Hospital-Plunders of Painted Saving and Water Safety. Mynatt, B. L. Friday and W. I.

Flats. 4. Mornings began with a brisk Cornealy.

Monday. February 23 440-yard swim. While the aspir- Donating from Public' Works

Mainside-Rooney. ant lifeguards were 'recovering, were T.D. Webster, R.A. Pons, E.
NATrCcnter-O\ltlaw's Son. Wells questioned them on assign- H. Sandage, C. W. James, T. S.
Hospital-Adventures of Mr. ments and gave illustrated in- Taylor, G.E. Cowie. i

Wonderbird. ,. structions.
''
"" donors
Supply were R.V. Hart-
Tuesday February 24 LIFE SAVERS-In drill at the indoor'swimming pool Sue Then into the water to practice
ley, Betty Hoyt, Vera Broderick,
Mainside-The Boss drama ,Peter Talbert HM3. 1 I
( ) Wheeler, SA practices towing They were techniques. Out again for
rescue J.W. A.R Dowling, A.
John Payne, Doe Avedon. members of a class of 24 service personnel enrolled in a seven. Simmons
N A TI'CenterRooney.HospitalOutlaw's session Red Cross Senior Lifesaving Course. Enrollees were more instruction, and back into J. Ivie, D. M. Hudson, and T. M.
,entered in the class from NAS Jax NATTCenter and NAS the water. % Higgin botham.
Son. Cecil Field. TO ROUND off the
period wasa 1 1Page
Other donors included H.
Wednesday, February 25 TJ:
brief rest, followed by a final
Mainside-Gang War-action ; Well, He Could've Been 440-yards. The indoor pool look- Harp, Security; 'M. E: Garner,

drama) Charles Bronson, Kent ed pretty long to the aspirantsat Security and D. S. Westerfield,

Taylor.NATTCenter-The Boss. Was Our First President about the eighth lap. NATTCenter Training Depart-
Out of the water, students ment.


Supply EmployeeOfMonthHonor Actually John Hanson? first learned aid artifical, and many respiration common some -..-- -

sense rules which, when followed -

should prevent the need of q
The Father of His Country-the first U. S. President, rescue at all. ,..: j
George Washington. But was he? There material for arguing Too many people don't know }'
To x
Muecke
Mrs.
that he wasn't the nation's Chief Executive. their limits or follow safety :

Congratulations to Mrs. Lola Then who was? Well, Rep. I canshadno opportunity to choosea rules, and until they do, life- 1 1u

Muecke, Stock Control Clerk, Barrett O'Hara (D-Ill.) says: national leader. It is the viewof guards will be pulling them out.
Machine Records Division, of: 'John Hanson was the first Congressman O'Hara and However, damsels in distress 1I

NAS Jax Supply Department, President of the United States. others that Hanson, as the first shouldn't be too disappointed if I
chosen "Supply personalityofmonth" He was recognized and pro- Congressional president to be the lifeguard extends a bamboo
for February for out- claimed head of our governmentwhen elected for definite term, thus pole or a sheperd's crook instead -
surrendered his of leaping in to haul them
standing performance of her Cornwallis became the first Chief Executive.
duties. sword to Washington at York-
SAYS O'HARA: "March 11, out.WITH
Mrs. Muecke, assigned as cor- town." EACH new rescue tech-
1781, the date of the adoption of
rection and clerkin nique presented, instructor Wells 4 ti ra
investigation AND WHO was John Hanson? the Articles of Confederation, Qa ;
clerical branch of Machine would impress, "Don't try a *
He was a Maryland politician, fixes the date of the real begin- }
Records, has displayed outstand- in 1779 swimming rescue until you've
born in 1721, who was' ning of the U. S."
ing initiative and devotion to elected to the brand-new Continental tried everything else. A live
duty in performance of her du- Congress.In He argues that as Hanson's selection swimmer is better than a dead } ,,, {
ties. She often remains at her as president followed this hero." qa
seated for
1781 he a
desk after working hours in ord- second term was and unanimously date, he has been unfairly slighted The course was no snap, borne

er to handle peak workloads. elected president of the Congress. by history. out by the fact that only 11 of
One powerful piece of evidence the 24 enrolled ;? :;
Mrs: Muecke, called "Tommy"by With the war still on, Ame i- successfully :
friends, is a native of'Illinois,I supporting this view is a letterto passed the final test.
and served as a Wave during Hanson from Washington him- Cards were presented to N. N.
WWII. While stationed at NAS self. "I congratulate Your Excel- Eaton, AN, Cecil Field; C. R.

Corpus Christi!, she met and mar- Wil lency," he wrote, "on 'your ap- Hargrove, AA, Cecil Field; H. W.
ried chief petty officer Walter r pointment to fill the most im- Goins, AN Cecil iFeld; Corpl.W. t

Muecke, now stationed in Berm- portant seat in the United M. Sterncheck, NATTCenter -
States." ; Frank O'Neill, SA, NATT- .. c
uda.After .
receiving an honorable HANSON'S record in the Center; Cpl. C. M. House, NAT- t

discharge from the Navy, Mrs. I Revolutionary War years was TCenter; Sue Wheeler, SA, c
Muecke worked in Overhaul and If f not all political. He raised two NATTCenter; P. S. Talbert, HM3, }

Repair Departments at NAS Cor- companies of Maryland troops, NAS Jax; Pfc. C. G. Dorn, MAD;

pus Christi and NAS Pensacola. organized patrols of Minute Mento J. R. Thomas, ADR2, NAS Jax, ,

Moving to Jacksonville withher S guard the state, and built a I and R. L. Jedlicke, AN, NA'S s q"a'r t r 4, I? ';'+w 2S:,.j} "S
husband in 1953, she was em- gun factory and barracks to help' Jax.A.

ployed in May 1955 as a propertyand the Continental cause. follow-up course in Water : .: ?
supply clerk in Machine Re- His birthday, in case you care Safety Instruction will be held a h
cords Division of Supply.For to observe it, falls on Nov. 22.AFPS. in mid-March for those already ,- '
'>'0'< :: t I her performance during the ( ) qualified as Senior Life Savers, GOWNLET Actress Julie

period September 16 1955 to Sep- at the NATTCenter Indoor Pool. Hopkins, currently a flower girl
tember 15, 1956, she received an a0a. A pickpocket is one who gen in the British film "The Doc
"outstanding" performance rat-. JI< 1n erally lives alone but occasion- shuns: Heredity some- tor's Dilemma." is mighty fetching
ing and a cash award of one ,MRS. LOLA-Muecke, Supply ally goes out in a crowd for a thing you believe in when your I in her abbreviated sleep-

hundred dollars. I Dept. employee-of-the"month. little change. child's report card is all As. wear.r _



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February JAX AIR NEWS Page 5


lax Boxing Trio



yes Appearancen


[ Famed 'Garden' L


Three Jax Navy boxers are I

pepping for a trip to New York

pity for an appearance in the
Goshawks Show ClassIn
lastern .Golden Gloves.

The Flier mittmen, all winners

f Open Division competition at 6ND CrownPensacola
lis month's Jax' Golden Gloves Keeping

'als, will be fighting later this
'
eek l in famed Madison Square won the 6ND Basketball Tournament Tuesdayat

arden. Mainside gym as the aggressive, sharpshooting, rebound-

Making the trip are Lawrence hungry Goshawks dashed championship hopes of the fading

oward, 160-pound All-Navy Jax Navy Fliers for the second straight year with an 86-67
j;
ampion from Cecil Field's victory.

Iisron Nine; Billy Martin, All- 1 By winning the finals, Pensa- eliminated in the following man-
javy and Florida AAU cola remained undefeated throughout -
welter ner: CIC Glynco lost to Sanford,
the tournament, while the
ampion from NATTCenter, and 80.75, and to Charleston 121-107;
-pound Tom McTigue, from Fliers, consoled with the sweet Green' Cove lost to Pensacola,
fact they had swept over all
NAS Jax Marine Barracks.ax 91-46, and Atlanta, 81-53; May-
other comers, had to swallow the
Navy ring mentor Chuck x port lost to Pensacola 90-33, and
bitter pill of defeat at the handsof
jillips will NAS 77-48 Atlanta lost
accompany the the Goshawks for the second Glynco, ;
along with Jacksonville- to Sanford 68-59, and 69-60;
time in the tourney.
civilians and service per- Memphis lost to Pensacola, 96-62,
ON THE first day, Pensacola
tiel from other southeast bases and' Charleston, 89-83; Sanford
began by swallowing Green Cove
won titles at the Jax ,.." : "" ,. ., lost to Jax Navy, 72-60, and
Springs, 91-46, and on successive
den Gloves. :Charleston, 90-79; NAS Glyncolost
.if days buried Mayport, 90-33,
to Memphis, 105-69, and Jar
romped over Memphis, 96-62, and
Navy, 98-58; Charleston lost to
$ eased by the Fliers, 89-71.
[ng Storyds ., Jax Navy, 112-94, and 89-75.
While the Goshawks were out-
After trailing 34-39 at half-
shooting their opponents, Jax
In' Tie THROUGH FOR TWO Goes Charlie Samaiaro ((14)) of dishing out its own time, the Fliers came back to
; Jax Nary with Pensacola Navy's ,Lee Marshall ((23)) looking on Navy was beat a scrappy Sanford team
latest bi-monthly Marineg with hopes of a Samataro miss at the hoop. The Flier basketeer brand of triumphs. The Fliers 72-60. Jax Navy jumped off to
smoker was held Febru- made the bucket, although Jax Navy didn't make enough of first beat Charleston, 112-94, on lead which
early seven point ,
them. The Pensacola quintet defeated Jax Navy in the 6ND Thursday, then trimmed Sanfordon an
1 at King Hall at NATT- third round game, 89-71, then later captured the Sixth Naval Saturday, 72-60. Things were Sanford. whittled away, by out-
q between contestants from District crown, 86.67. by again defeating Jax Navy Pensacola scoring the Fliers 26-17 in last
id School Companies 02 is representing 6ND in the Regional tourney now ,at Mainside looking rosy for Jax Navy until ten minutes of the first half.
88. gym.o'. they ran up against Pensacola
r.' Sunday. HOWEVER, in opening minutesof
:[decision ended in a draw ; the second half, the Fliers,
Uhflfboth sides extremely well CRACKERJAX KEEP ,However, Jax Navy returnedto sparked by the impressive hook-
pulverize NAS Glynco, 98-58,
[
jnatched.S .
ing of Jester, were able to pull
R -- r"-'ent and on, Monday swept over
VLavaUe this(02)way and: Johnnie Wllught 6ND CAGE TITLEJax Charleston again, 89-75. away.

_j (03)'to TKOd draw Charlie: Rough-house McCaf- ALTHOUGH Jax Navy matched Lead by the uncanny long shot

,;1:19: second round; Roger Navy Crackerjax, with one defeat already at' the Pensacola, 38-38, in the sec- accuracy of Pensacola's Bret,
ood (03) and Cye Mansfield Al Swanson the
and
[ to draw and Jerry Lester, (02) hands of Pensacola Waves, bounced back Monday and Tues- ond half of the final game, the Marshall ,

Tied Bob Pete Fetzer Jensen.(03) decisioned Joie day to beat the Gossettes 58-43 and 49-46, and emerge. as 6ND Goshawks had built up such an Goshawks were able to coast to
-. and Bill Creighton (03)) TKOd Wave basketball champs. overwhelming lead in the initial the 89-71 decision over. Jax Navy.
ster, 1:45: of second round. Rouse
officials were: Judges, SPARKED by sharpshooter Jo period that they were able to ,
C C.M. Stark and R.D. Rose Colvin, the Crackerjax in mop- and 58-43 scores, the Crackerjax coast into the blue ribbon brac- NAS GLYNCO offered little

jj:; Announcer, ActGy Sgt. C.ames ping up the Gossettes, capturedthe returned to upset. the Gossettes ket with little worry I trouble for the Fliers as Jax

; Physician, E.E. Saint, 6ND crown for the fourth twice. Fliers battled Goshawks on | Navy played through an easy:

fe' Referee, ActMSgt. Stever consecutive year. even terms for the first nine 98-58 victory. Glynco was ableto

and Timekeeper, Act- In the final contest, the Crack- minutes of the game. sink only one field goal in

.. T.C. Dolan. erjax trailed at halftime 19-17, But with 11 minutes left in the the last ten minutes of the first

naging Company 02 was but built up a 32-27 margin in first half with Pensacola leading, period. Jax Navy's top scorers,

ySgt. H.E. Stoneman while the second period, to eek by 17-15, they started to pull Bevo Stuv l1 and ,Charlie Sa-.,

pany\ 03 was led by ActSSgt. Pensacola at the final tally. away to a bulging half-time mar- mataro swished in 16 and 15

I.: Perry. TOP SCORERS for the Cracker- gin which proved to be all it points respectively in this tilt.,

ext smoker is scheduled fort jax were Colvirt (19)), Toby Blair needed to clinch the championship. Except' in the first ten minutesof

Wednesday at 2030 at King ((15)) and Caroline Johnson (15)). the contest, the second Jax

ill between pugilists from Avid In their first game with Pen- Ill THOSE 11 minutes, the Navy-Charleston game was, a

companies 04 and 05. sacola, the Crackerjax lost 55-45. .til g N Fliers were able t3: make only close one. During this time, how-

However, after Charleston waselimin'ated three 'field goals, to 11 by the ever, Charleston sank only five

by Pensacola and the Goshawks. Although the Fliers baskets and because of Jax Navy's

'he Jax Waves by respective 69-29 made eight out of nine gift shots good behavior had nary an opportunity -

during those 11 minutes, Pensa- to make a foul shot:

AvFund Quint pack cola sunk nine out of ten. At
WATERLINE This left the opportunity for
halftime the score read: Pensa-
the Fliers to maintain their mar-
Atop Center's Heap cola 48, Jax Navy 29.
gin of victory early in the game,
Aviation Fundamentals moved During first 13 minutes of the
which they did by outscoring the
[ Navy Jax Sailing Club fared back into first place in the second half the Fliers, revenge- Charleston crew 23-10.

ell at the opening regatta of the NATTCenter intramural basket- fully aggressive, started to take ..

reater Jacksonville Racing ball league, taking a trio of control of the balI,4a practicethe

eries 59A at the Rudder Club games in last,week's competition.They Goshawks had maintained HAVE TEAM;

unday afternoon. hold a 10-1 mark. ,throughout most of the tourney..

With a brisk breeze blowing, Their first win was qver Sup- 6'4II Pensacola, pressing to keep its NEED PLAYERSWith

he Whaleboat "Ichi Bon" work- port Splinters, 60-27. They rolled handsome lead, committed eight springtime coming

bd its way into what appearedo over the Marine Aviation De- fouls, which the Fliers took advantage early in north Florida, elixirsto

be a certain second place in tachment, 53-34, and rounded out of by sinking 11 out of cover pangs of the season

the cruising class.Misidentity the week with a 58-40 win over 14 gift tosses and while otherwise are beginning to be brewed

of the third mark the Storekeepers.The w matching the Goshawks in two-

caused her to wander badly on Ensigns of AGO won a pointers, 'were able to glean up.Jax Navy athletic officials

the last leg however, and she brace at the expense of the Pensacola's lead down to 12 are in preliminary stages of

crossed the finish line fourth in Sparkles of AE, 60-30, and a points. finalizing the 1959 varsity

her class. \ forfeit win from AO, 2-0. HOWEVER in the last seven Softball campaign.An .

Chief Dickenson and Ensign In other action, the Storekeepers minutes of action the Fliers attractive card is expected -

John Krausser finished second downed Sup Splints 51-34, faded, as the Goshawks, lead by! to be worked out, fea-

and third respectively in the the Missilemen of NAWS took Jim Brett, Lee Marshall and Hye turing competition among

Rhodes Bantam class, sailing their initial win of the year from N Y 'rw Lyons, went to town to recapturethe leading service and civilian

Navy Bantams Beta and Gamma. AO, 32-27, and the Sparkies f !> ....",-.o>, _1.s r... 'seven points they had lost clubs.
S e rolled over NAWS, 62-26, to end 'TOREN-V.Us Longo, in the first 13 minues of the lat- Active duty personnel inter-
Tony
A Netherland Navy polo team action for the week. trick-shot artist deluxe, as he ter half and to sustain their 19 ested in vicing for a berth on

from the Carrier Karel Doorman gets ready'to whack ball a few point advantage over runnerupJax the varsity softball squad,
ex-Harlem Globe- hundred yards. The little while Navy by 86-67. Top scorers
demonstrated great deal of Bob Page, should contact Earl Bishop,
a is the pellet is teed up on nose of his for Jax Navy were Jack Dorman
hardcourt ace now extension 527 Porter Woo-
trotter or
spirit and skill in water polo at
a wife Merle. Longo appeared
and Bob Jester (19),
skirmish at the indoor swimmingpool boxing coach for the 16th Inf. at NAS Jax in conjunction with (25) ten, extension 585.
Tuesday night. Rangers at Ft. Riley, Kans. the, golf clinic. In other games, teams were


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DIAPER I| ClassifiedFor I


DOINGSJax Rent

2 Bdrm unfurn home. kit equip.

Naval Hospital delivered $75.00.4516 Merrimac Ave EV

14 tiny bundles during the period 7-5417.

January 23-29. !f 1 Bdrm apt. furn., elect kit.

5934 Wesconnett Blyd. SP 1-1106
Little boys matched the baby
3 Bdrm home kit equip. 4729
girls with,seven of each peepinginto
I Blanding Blvd. SP 1-1106 Oakley.
the world for the first time.
1 2 Bdrm, air cond. $90.00 452
Greetings to Raymond Joseph
Rusmor, St. (Orange Park) CO
Jr., born to :Raymond Majzer, 4-9692. '

FA, and Mrs. Majzer; Boy, James ,
2 Bdrm .home $75.00 (LakeShore
Henry Jr. to James Rice AN
) EV 8-3956.
and Mrs. Rice; Girl, Artrice .
2 Bdrm. unfurn. kit equip: Van
Maria, to SP4 and Mrs. Guy
Wert Ave.'EV
9-5913.
Matthews; Boy, Steven Randall, \" ',Nf ,, '','" ,. 3 Bdrm unfurn, home. 4628
to Eugene Martin AQ1, and Mrs.
Manchester Rd. $80.00 EV 9-4911
Martin and Girl Natalia Lynn
,
3 Bdrm, 2 bath. 6533 BurgundyRd.
to Norman Kelly AA and Mrs.
,
(Oak Hill) $125.00 SP 1-0835
Kelly born 23.
January
,
Room in priv. home. 4740

Also, Boy, James Edward Paul, Arapahoe Ave. (Ortega Terrace)

to Robert Tinslcy, OA1, and Mrs. EV 9-8129. Braaka. ,

Tinsley, born January 24. Girl, ,_._._., _________n.__ 4 rm and 5 rm unfurn apts. kit
Nancy Theresa, to Robert Wins- NEW OFFICERS OF WIVES CLUB Nary Wives Club No. 86 recently held its annual elec- equip. 2902 and 2904 Cherokee

low, AEC, and Mrs. Winslow, tion of officers. The gala affair was. held in the Grand Ballroom of the Seminole Hotel In down- Ave. (Ortega) EV 9-5326. Whit-
and Girl, Jeri Lea, to James town Jacksonville. Some club members were presented pint for many hours of volunteer work.
New officers are, left to right Mrs. Jessie Miller, chaplain Vivian Wagner, treasurer Pat tington.
Snyder, MU2, and Mrs. Snyder, Shaneck, corresponding secretary; Mary Hall, president) Marie Lollinger, vice-president; Doris 2 Bdrm. kit equip. off Bland-

born January 26. Davis, recording secretary, and Ruth Damon parliamentarian. ing Blvd. Inquire at Ridgewood

And, Boy, Steven Douglas, to Grocery, Blanding Blvd. .

John Miller, DK1, and Mrs. Apt. utilities furn., conv, to

Miller, born January 27. Boy, TIDE TABLE Scouting Squadrons NAS. 4633 Wheeler Ave. EV

David Michael, to David Burns, HIGH LOW 9-4275. Groves.

A03, and Mrs. Burns, and Girl, -AM PM AM PM 2 bdrm unfurn. kit equip. 1299

Kathryn Eileen, to Norman Ja- Fri. 5:30: 5:49: 11:4211:52: : Fasron Six Enlisted men transferred during Randolph. (Murray Hill) SP

nicki, AB1, and Mrs. Janicki, Sat. 6:18: 6:37: 12:27 Fasron Six has had several I the period were: Frank Gior- 1-2877, Zimmerman.
39.Iho I
born January 28. Sun. 7:04: 7:23: 12: : new officers reporting in Jn recent -
dano, ADI; John James, ADI; For Sale
weeks. From HeLantSubRonOne
Welcome aboard to Beverly Jack' Mackey, AN; Ronald Wing, 2 Bdrm home furn. tools and
at Key West have Lt(jg)
Annette; born to S/Sgt. and Mrs. Swimming Pools To Stay Charles Eckerle., we AA; Charles Bradley, AEM3, and work shop.. Lgr. equipt. pymts

Louis Richardson; Boy, Dennis Harry Cook, AMHAN. only $34.50. 3562 Peach Drive. RA

Ray, to Thomas Moore, BT1, and Closed, Wee Bit Longer Checking in from VA-15 is Checking in were: Walter Hall, 4-1531 Horkey ADC (ret.)

Mrs. Moore, and Girl, TammyLee Warmer weather has brought Ltjg) Bradley Hartford, Ltjg) SN; Joseph Beaudoin, SN; Arvel 3 Bdrm home, kit equip. 3702

to S/Sgt and Mrs. Robert with it numerous queries as to Stephen Tobey, Ltjg(' ) Charles Dotson, SN, and Edwin Jones, I Rendale Dr. Capt. Scovell. SP
\Walden. date for the opening of outdoor ''Benson,' Jr., and Ltjg( ) Charles I 1-0138.

swimming pools aboard the Sta Stephens. SA.Fasron
Six also welcomes the
Twenty-six new a rrivals
3 Bdrm home. equipty and assume -
"checked in" at the Naval Hos- tion. From FitRon 11 comes Ltjgs(j Royal Dutch Navy, Squadron payments. $66.35. Murphy.

pital week January 30. Despite balmy breezes and William Liehm III and Carroll 860. The unit is using barracksand
6527: Burgandy Rd. (Oak 11111.
Girls beat out the boys, 14-12. sunny days, it's still a mite too Gilson. hangar facilities of Fasron SP 1-1673.

Newcomers are: early to open the splash "pits." Six during its stay atNAS Jax. ,
$1200'Equipty (Ortega Hills)
Girl, Alvina Marie, to Joseph The indoor pool, however, is Mainside Waves 3 Bdrm 1% bath.,EV 8-9068.
VA-44<<
open daily from 1130 to 1300 and
Williams '
DC2, and Mrs. Williams Morin.
1600 to 2100. Sunday hours are Last Friday, VA-44 was hon-
; Girl, Mary Ann,to Bernard Donate To CP'About Miscellaneous
1200-2100. ored by the visit of BrigadierEmil
Werking, EN1, and Mrs. Werk- Riders
90 girls from the Miller of the USO, Com- wanted-from Southgate
ing; I Girl, Karen Lee, to Dale Mainside Waves dorm pledgedsome missioner Norman Marshall, Sal- Plaza along route to NAS 0700-

McArthur, EM3, and Mrs. Mc- IncreasedContinued 65 dollars to Jackson vation Army, and Gen. George 1530. Ext. 8202, Johnson.

Arthur; Boy, Edward Thomas, ( from Page) ville's Cerebral Palsy Telethonlast Marshall, Chief Secretary of the Riders wanted --* out Bay,
to Edgar Comeau SH2 and
,
weekend. Salvation Riverside and St. Johns to Roo-
Mrs Comeau, and Girl, Joanne, separated from their jobs. Army. svelt. 0730-1600. EL 4-2007 Chees-
Under leadership of Marge The guests were conducted on
to Joseph Ferranti, ADC, and The measure permits prompt
Callahan, PN2, ,MAA of Bar- a' tour of NAS -Jax by Ltjg j ) bro.Ride
Mrs. Ferranti all born Federal
January jobless payments to
racks 723, these Waves repre- E. M. Ventimiglia, VA-44s PIO wanted 0800-1630, bet-
30. workers in States where imme-
sented the first group aboard officer. ween Park and Herschel St., Mrs.

Also, Boy, Barry Perkins, to diate payments are authorizedfor the Station to dig down into Highlight of the tour was a English, ext. 220 or 235.

Lt. and Mrs. 'Winfred Hampton; private industry workers their uniforms and give to the cockpit checkout in of theHornet's Lost-White nylon short coat,

Boy, Lawrence Eugene, to Theodore and most states do have this worthy cause. one left at play ground behind All
F9F-8T Cougars.
Pierce, AB3, and Mrs. provision instead of the pre-
Others to follow the Wave'sexample members missingthe Saints Chapel. Finder pis call
Pierce; Boy, Matthew Wayne, to sent system whereby government included Operations Squadron are ext. 497, Sylvester.
workers have to exhaust their smiling face of,Bob Cascella, ..
Charles Deveaux, AO1, and Mrs '----- ,
Tower personnel, who contrib-
local Cas-
Deveaux; Girl, Cheryl Darlene, terminal leave pay before they uted 25 dollars, and some Wrrght representative. been designated Patrol Plane
cella left Friday for cruise
to Jesse Amacker. AK1. and are eligible for unemployment NATTCenter units. a -Commanders. Lt. J, F. Felter also
aboard the FDR.
Mrs. Amacker, and Boy, Larry compensation. qualified as PPC. Ensign J, V.
Officers of Attack 44
Dale, to Preston Henderson, FN, a.... :.....:..N..v;...yna'Li: :... :.,.;,.. Squadron Blancq has been advanced to
are planning to hold farewell
and Mrs. Henderson, all born a PP3P.
January 31. party tonight at the "O" Club *

for the following: Comdr. Jim
Born February 1 VW-4
was Terry Homyak, Lt. Bob Komoroff, Lt.
Dean, to Donald Eicher, AN, and Big news this week among the
Dick Glunt and Lt. Squirrel Read.
Mrs. Eicher. Births of February Hurricane Hunters is reenlist-
With the integration of VA-105,
2 were Baby Girl to Samuel ments.
the squadron has been trying to
Smith, AD2, and Mrs. Smith; Walter Browne, AEC, reuppedfor
get accustomd to the added
\ .0*:# men
Girl, Linda Faye, to Lister Pow- ; four years. This is the third
and
more working in
space Hangar
ell, A02 ,and Mrs. Powell, and 'G' 115. reenlistment for Browne.

Girl, Valerie Lynn to Marvin Many offices and shops have Edward Allen, AMI, and Rich-

Huffman, BT2, and Mrs Huffman. '*_ ard AE2 both reenlistedfor
Ruby ,
\4 P moved into the new hangar with ,

+ + much shuffling around of shopsin six year hitches.
*
Ferd: "I have a headache."
\ i : the old hangar, also. Two men reported aboard last
Hurd: "Stick your head throughthe '
.
.
: ZRi! week. They are J. M. Brown,
window; that'll break the ,
pane." VP-18 ATNAN, and Patrick Wells,

VP-16 played host to a groupof AMSAN.

Jacksonville Cub Scouts from I Two other "white-hats" left

MDBS PaymentDue Pack 28 Monday. The Cubs and the squadron last week. Theyare

TomorrowMutual \ their Den Mothers toured the Robert Honeycutt, AA, and

::4 squadron area and inspected one Andrew Binder, AT2.
Death Benefit Society one of the "Egles" P2V's. _

,members are reminded that As- ; F. J. Streibig, YN3, 'reported The hairy blenny, a small fish
,sessment Nos. 108 and 109 are : to VP-16 this week.
Streibig, attached exhibited at Marineland, Flo.,

due.All, _. .,>:::,:>x<<", ...,*<>",w, "'&'V,,,*,,,,, _' _: to the famed "Red Rip just below St. Augustine, has
payments on these assess- NEW EAGLE SCOUT Twelve-year-old Frankie LaGrange, pers" of VF-11 prior to comingto hair-like growths which form

ments must be made by close of of NAS Jax-sponsored Troop 131, Is presented ribbon by his the "Eagles," will work in the "eyebrows" above its eyes.

business tomorrow (Friday), mother, Ruth, (right) signifying his promotion to the highest VP-16 Public Information Office.P. .

Checks should be made pay- Scouting: rank, Eagle. Young LaGrange is currently the only Mullens, ADR3, has reenlisted A large jewfish ate so much
member of Troop 131 holding the coveted award. Looking on is
able to: Employees: Mutual Death Lt. Earnest Reagan, Protestant Chaplain at NATTCenler, sponsor for six years. Lt (jgs M. F. while in captivity at Marineland,

Benefit Society. for the boy's promotion. Flaherty and P. W. Grubbs have Flo., that it died ,of overweight.

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