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Creation Date: August 20, 1959
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President Signs 'Hump' Measure Into LawPresident II I I




Eisenhower has a possibility the November 1 the order. It may be held off tion boards into sesion. Within -
signed the Navy-Marine Corps"Hump" tombstone deadline will be de- from becoming part of minutes after Eisenhower
Bill, putting the layed. "Hump" until July 2, 1960, according okayed the bill both boards
much-discussed measure into Tombstone" means the one- to Navy Times. were at work.

law.The grade hike to officers going on Meanwhile, at the Navy An- The Navy line board '
president did not ink the retired list. They can get nex, retirement applicationsare pick about 460 captains 4f
his name to the bill without this, without the added pay, reported coming in at a continuation while the Marinesshould f{ >
taking a slap first at the provided they were commended I brisk pace. Exactly how I many select some 90
"tombstone rider." for duty in combat. are "tombstone induced" is wlfo can stay on to 30 years .
Although the tombstone re- But this will be a thing of not determinable.The active service. { I
peal became law along with the past after the first'of Nov-' ,Navy and Marines lost The Navy staff
remainder of "Hump," there is ember, unless Congress delays no time in getting continua- (Please turn to Page 8, Cot 1))
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Vol. 17 No. 24 U.S.N.A.S. Jacksonville. Florida 20 August Li v- Y s'i I II

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'' Club To TEACHER I


Host Dental SCARCITYHEEDED


Corps Fete
LIFT-Water Tank 640
educators in the ( ) near Casa Linda Lake
the Many
Commemorating foundingof
of the Station' three
the Navy Dental Corps 47 ted States have shown 2)k towers to bo overhauled.
years ago to the day, area den- cern in the shrinking tanks and their surface
tal officers and members of the of elementary and high daily supply the
Jacksonville Dental Society will Q teachers in the past 10 with four million gal i
attend' a dinner dance at the i coupled with the rising drinking water.
NAS Jax Officers Club Satur- ber of students. This
the severe teacher Tank

day.Capt.. Macy G. Martin, Staff upon us today.
Dental Officer and NAS Jax Two Navy dependents,
Senior Dental Officer, has hand- and Barbara Lee, '23-year End
led all arrangements for the affair r twin daughters of Comdr. \\
which will get underway at Mrs. Robert E. Lee Jr., will
1830 with the receiving line. alleviate that situation in Rework I
Dinner will be served at 2000. lando this year, where they
signed contracts to teach ,w a I k superintendents"
HIGHLIGHT will be formal have a hard time finding
cutting of the birthday cake by They, like many more project to "supervise
Dr. Dudley Reep, president of the ents, know the situation rehabilitation of Water
Jacksonville Dental Society, and having gone to school in near Casa Linda Lake
Capt. Martin. _w.C'.;:;: "'X"'M w..;, ,: About 120 guests, including LONG-TIME EMPLOYEE -j Capt. Thomas B. Haly, NAS sacola and Washington, D.C. the past several
Admiral Kenneth Craig Jax Overhaul and Repair Officer,'is looking at files maintainedfor taste'of
Rear Their first college 130
on a "stage" some
the past five years by Edith Wewer, who retires end of this
Commander Fleet Air Jackson- month with 37 years government service to her credit. She was was at Florida Southern in and to accompaniment
ville and Commander Naval Air employed in Cincinnati: and at Bay Pines, Fla. Veterans Admini- land, which they attended sound effects, the
Bases, Sixth Naval District and station Hospital before coming to Jacksonville. She received a three years. been dismantled and
Mrs. Craig, are expected to as- Idler of commendation from Capt. Haley last week. Then, as duty calls many the pitted and rusted
semble in the Walnut and St.
with 62,000 pounds
families, one year in Japan
John's Rooms of the 'O' Club to Okay On Federal Employee terrupted classroom studies. steel and 3,700 weld ri-
pay tribute to the August 22, ever, while there, the girls
1912 Naval Appropriation Act ducted conversational paint job and installa-
which authorized appointment of Health Bill Looms Imminent classes for Japanese college cathodic protection de-
"not more than 30 assistant den- dents at the American to retard corrosion will

tal surgeons. Prodding by members of the liberal bloc has apparently (Please turn to Page 8, CoL ) ( turn to Page 8, Col. 5))
FORTY-SEVEN years later helped in speeding up hearings on the Federal employee
more than 1600 regular and Re- health insurance bill. -
wind .
serve dental officers assisted by The House Post Office and up.While
some 2800 technicians are on active Civil Service Committee has pro- the Administration is 1 ;v
duty in 350 activities aboard mised to wind up work on the expected to ask that the gov-
bill has ernment, pay only one-third of
ship and ashore. measure very soon. The
the cost of the and the
premiums
They provide training and already been approved by the
employees two-thirds, instead of
clinical service for Naval and Senate.
the 50-50 proposal by the Sen-
Marine Corps personnel all over CHAIRMAN Murray, ,head of
? ate, this will .be a token sugges-
the world, and support theNavy's the committee pondering the law, '
vast research programs. told colleagues in closed session tion.All
that he does favor a health 'insurance this is strong indicationthat
During the past year, the Navy bill an is pledging his President Eisenhower will
(Please turn to Page 8, Col. 2)) efforts to get the bill pushed sign the measure when it reaches 5 J. .s i F"EY
through the lower body of Con- : his desk, which should be
gress this year. I sometime this year. ; f : %
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SANTA CLAUS Y4i ry'6 %
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This is considered highly signi-

YET ALREADY? ficant since Murray during the Ingram, Livingston Head
hearings has not shown too much
Santa Claus will arrive by enthusiasm for health insurance AEA( ) Graduation Class

helicopter Monday, August 31 legislation.IT'S Pfc. Leonard Ingram of Worcester -
at 0945 to officially open Navy 6, Jq'f.fih..r. J ., {:
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BELIEVED that a move Mass. and Robert Livingston, lg py: ;; : : i
Exchange Toyland and give by Rep. Morrision (D.-La.) to AEIAN, of Compton, Calif, grad-
small fry chance to tell him threaten to bring the matter toa uated at head of their class at
what they want for Christmas. vote if the hearings did not Aviation Electrician's Mate <, 'y
Toyland, at Building 554 on terminate by end of this week School, Class "A," graduation >"t
Keily St., will open its doorsat prompted Murray to alter his August 14 at the Naval Air Tech-
1000, just eight pay days feelings. nical Training Center.

before Christmas. Administration officials are ex- FIGHT TEACHER SHORTAGE Comdr. Robert E. Lee
Biggest selection ever for pected to raise no serious objections Livingston has ,been trasferred Jr., Legal Officer of the Naval Air Technical Training Center,
some 2,000 toys, sports equip- the to VF-121, Miramar, Calif., while goes over future family plans with his twin daughters Roberta,
ment and decorations will go to Senateapprovedhealth next duty station of Ingram is (left) and Barbara. The girl, who graduated from Jacksonville
bill when they testify be- University in June, have signed contracts to teach school in
on sale. fore the House group as hearings still unknown. Orlando starting next month.

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JaIB&aiWs.u _J-I: : -- VacanciesAnnounced



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Capt. James R. Reedy -..___._..
Commanding
Capt. Grayston IL Weber ..-....-...............-.-.....__..........Executive Officer Officer t,
lAS itx "... All Jacksonville
Rear Adm. Kenneth Crass N N ..........., .N_..,..,.,....__..................... Commander WI A number of civilian job vacancies
Capt. George R. Luke? ....,._. at NAS Jax, Fifth
rapt ftfacpbtnon WUliaouCapt --.- .....-.........-._....._..._ Chief Chief of of Staflt Staff NAB FatrJax Six ax'f Civft
,...._AIr WJag Elena Service Region and overseas have
Robert M. Uilner ..... .
Capt. Charles L. Lambing ...-------.n..._.........---.n..n.. Chief Staff Commander Office been announced by Industrial
Air TMImIa11'ra1Q1Da Relations Department.
Cnl
Comdr. Robert J. Fleming .....n_.._......._......_.._...__..r Commanding Officer
Comdr. Gerald. R. PearsonMaTal........................................ ....N............._N......? Executive Officer A position as Secretary (Sten

Cpt Alton C. Atarnethy ?......-.. ..:.....UpIIal..................... ........... Commanding Officer I ography) -3755-$4325 annually
Capt John O. Idr .........n..n-.n..n....._._._ Executive: omRU'nJ is vacant at O&R Dept. Three

Capt r. H. Holt ...................... ............ Commanding Officer openings exist for a Stock Con-
Cowdr.: William K. Hardy .... ....._......n..n..n.._........... ...........N ...N..N..N........ Executive: Officer trol Clerk, GS-4, $3755-$4325
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yearly, at Supply Department
Printed commercially with
non-approplatod funds in Jacksonville Florida .
at no expense to the government and to compliance with NAVEXO3! Pa a. THESE positions are for Fol-
an. July IBM. Distributed free of chart* to military and civilian personnel
e1 neet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station. Technical Training low-Up Clerks in Receipt Control
Ravel Center..fisapitaL Fleet Air Wing 11 Naval Air .. eNTraciini Unit and, the U. a. Branch, Control Division of Sup-

Service Information Officer .,. '* ... Comdr. D. H. Epperson ply, and are responsible for
Assistant Service Information Officer .,.. Andrew H. Planey
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporter*-Aib.pi ; Ron Davis AN maintenance of accurate and
Gene Hagan JOSN. Staff Photographer-Joseph O'Brien. PH3.
The Jax Air News Is a member of tee Armed Toroee Press Service current open order files for material
>Oven Catena appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit la 'f t.. n, i requisition or purchase by

rapha.Photo the Station.
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vxtenatona (164.. CM. ITS or tit. The Potomac River Naval Command -
"WELCOME CAPT. REEDY" Thai's the friendly grating
inscribed tm huge cake presented Capt. James R. Reedy ,ata is searching for a Super-

Chances Are COOL NOD TO welcome luncheon given last Thursday in honor of the new visory Employee Relations Officer
NAS Jax commanding officer by the Civilian Executives Groupof GS-11. Applicants should
the Station Capt. Reedy assumed command here July 20. submit Standard Form 57 to IRD
36 to one against HOLIDAY BILLThe ,
your get- relieving Capt. Grayston H. Weber, acting commanding officer
ting a two or 12 in dice; House-approved bill to since retirement of Capt. Elliott W. Parish June 30. A large Naval Weapons Plant, Washington -
168,151 to group attended the luncheon at the Civilian Cafeteria. 25, D.C.
one against mak- give Federal employees the
ing eight consecutive wins by preceding Friday off when- A job as Supervisory Construction

7 or 11 in dice; ever a legal holiday falls on Early Planning Can Assist Management Engineer, GS-

649,73) to one against your a Saturday has run into opposition 13, is open at the Bureau of

getting a royal flush in poker; in the Senate. Yards and Docks Contracts Office

4,164 to one against your Senator Olin Johnston (DS.C. Veteran With Gl Schooling"Apply in Madrid, Spain.APPLICANTS .

,getting four of a kind in .) chairman of the Post Office must meet
poker and Civil Service Com- qualification standards and must
; Don't
now, get caught in the rush.
72,192 to one against your mittee favors the bill,but some This is the advice that B. J. Gannon, officer-in-charge of show a strong knowledge of con-

getting a straight flush in other members are cool. the Veterans Administration Office in Jacksonville gave today struction contract administration.

poker; Federal and postal em- to.all Korea veterans planning to start school in the fall Applications should be submit-
37 to ployee groups are trying to under the Korean GI Bill for the ted to Officer in Charge of Construction -
one
against your get- convince the senators the measure first time. cated. VA regional offices, and Bureau of Yards and
ting a
roulette specific number in is worthwhile. GANNON points out that with not Headquarters in Washington, Docks Contracts, APO 285, New

; nearly a half-million veterans D.C., can furnish information York, N.Y.Vacancies.
101 to one against your to be in this about approved courses;
expected training
Orders Tartar exist for General
winning in if
bingo 99 Navy
people fall, VA regional offices the nation 4. HE SHOULD make all his I Supply Clerks (GS-5 through
play
; Firing Missile Ships over will be operating at own arrangements for gaining I GS-8) and Purchasing Officers

635,013,559,600 to one full-speed to handle their papers. admission to his school before he I (GS-7, 9 and 11)) at various agencies

against getting 13 spades in Washington (AFPS) The By applying now, a veteran can even files his application with the in Alabama, Florida, Georgia

bridge; Navy has ordered the last five of beat the rush and eliminate any VA; Mississippi, North and South

And, if you lose, you only 18 destroyers called for under chance of a last-minute delay. 5. The GI training application Carolina and Tennessee.

lose take money, but when you I the present shipbuilding program. To help veterans get started I should be completely filled out Form 57, Card Form 5001-ABC
chances on the job the right Gannon issued
or way this and signed. The veteran should
and Form to
I 15 should be sent
while Designed to fire the supersonic
driving a vehicle eight-point check list
: send it
you : along with a photostator Fifth U.S. Civil Service Region,
are gambling with your life guided missile Tartar, the new 1. SINCE the 1 a wallows a certified copy of his separation Peachtree-Baker Building 275
,
and if you loseYou've . ships also will be equipped with veteran to change his GI course paper, to the VA regional office Peachtree St. N. E., Atlanta 3,

had it!,! new sonar and antisubmarine only once, he should give plentyof serving his area; Ga.
thought, in advance to his
warfare weapons, the Navy said. 6. The application should get
goal and to the training program to the VA
as
Certain 0' (The Tartar is the newest and leading to his goal; This soon as possible.
cers will enable the VA to smooth
smallest of the Navy's surfacetoair 2. If he is undecided about out
any before school
snags begins
Eligible For missiles,-with a range of about what to train for, he may ask ; -
for VA vocational
10 miles. Its small size allows installation counseling; 7. A VETERAN with dependents
3. He should be sure his course

Flight: TrainingFlight in secondary batteriesof has been GI-approved by the proof should'have of dependency the necessary

larger ships.), state in which the school is Io4 ready when HERE4MDTH&&EDafjynishunss
the
VA asks for i ty. For a wife,
training may be taken this would be a photostat of the Statement-husband

by officers already in the Navyor marriage certificate; for a child, who keeps telling the same

Naval Reserve, and also by a photostat of the birth certifi jokes.

men soon to be commissioned.To cate; .

be eligible for this program, 8. A veteran should take along A husband had been making

called "OI" (Officer Input), you enough money of his own to,tide the rounds one New Year's Eve.

must: him.over the first two months of Returning home full of holiday

1. Be a line ensign or above,, 1&1c1Y &! training. It takes about that long, cheer, he stood in a corner, arms

or in training as an officer can- % wV ordinarily, for his first monthly outstretched and said over andover

didate leading to a commission, GI check to reach him. "I'm a Christmas tree, I'm

and be less than 26 years of age The reason is that paymentscan a Christmas tree, but I haven't

at time of application; be made only after each any ornaments."

2. Must have successfully com- + Y month of training is completed, Just then his wife came in the

pleted minimum of four semest- and not before. Further, before room and hung one on him.
,VA (Thought we'd better get this
er's undergraduate work at ar may make a payment, it
accredited must receive a certification signed off our chest. We might not be
college or university,,
'and in good academic standing; by the veteran and his school, able to wait 'til New Year's Eve.)
.
stating that he had *
been in class
3. Must be physically
qualifiedand
all month. Window of a store which went
aeronautically adapted for
The VA is bankrupt after only a few weeks
allowed 20
actual control of aircraft, days,
under the law, after of business carried the following
And 4. Must not have bee receipt of sign:
certification to get checks
in the
previously separated from any mail. "Opened By Mistake."
flight training program of the *

Army, Navy or Air Force, except MARINE-NAVY Daffynishuns: Scandal a

for reasons of temporary physi- Marine MERGERThe breeze that's stirred into a cyclone
cal disqualification. Corps became a

.......... ......._.._y .._,. ."y ..m..n' '. wm' w definite part of the Navy one by a couple. *of *old windbags.

Officers must also agree to remain PAYS OFF Extra hours of work anda July 11, 1798
as result of a Overheard in local department
determination to do good earned r -
a Job
on duty for a definite time a commendation for
Walter Fischer, HM3. (center) of the Naval Hospital. Left to organizational law passed by store: "1 want a corset for my
after they finish flight training.See right are Cap Alton C. Abernethy, Hospital commanding officer Congress putting the "sea wife."
sold
BuPers Inst. 1520.20A for Fischer, and CWO H. W. Holt. Fischer, who received the com- iers" "What bust?" was the clerk's
mendation from Capt. Abernethy, has been transferred to Field under overall command of reply. .
detailed information. Medical Service School at Camp Lejeune, N. C. the Navy. "
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There are some 200 rental housing units in an area on the

Station near the Main Gate, all small, modest, one-story
dwellings. That is, all but one.
for
ed loneliness and emptiness
On Allegheny road, snugly sit-
the first time since she was built.
uated under shady oaks among
these compact Naval facilities is Then NAS carpenters and
a conspicuous two-story house. painters took over, and began
On a glistening white screen renovations of our "farmhouse
door, accented by surroundingaged having already become a part of
weather-worn red bricks is the vast NAS Jax housing com
the number ,1116.ALTHOUGH plex. Complete remodeling finished -
historical data next occupants were the Station -

has not revealed exact date of Fire Chief and his family.

her construction, 1116 is believedto Military personnel began living

.: : ; i have been an old farmhouse in the picturesque dwelling two
: ,: ,,t< < ;: : many years before establishmentof years ago, and two families have
the Station, and was the homeof been housed there.A .
: EARLY AMERICAN HOUSE? You wouldn't think this colonlal-type farmhouse, built long the Yukon postmaster immediately since
establishment of HAS Jax, was Nary housing, but/it/ is. This is the only two-story dwell spacious living room is highlighted -
I ing in a housing area near Main Gate. It's possible this house is oldest structure standing aboard 'prior to its construc- by a huge, red-brick fireplace -
the Station. Below, the John Schwalberberg famUy is currently liring in the house and is very hap tion. American I
py with the setup. Left to right are Martin, four Ann. six; Mary eight Cecelia, 10} Peter 15; As such, she was conveniently revealing an early
Mrs. Schwalbenberg holding Michael, six months and chief Schwalbenberg, holding Marcia. located within a stone's throw of atmosphere. A unique rocking -
chair, antique in design, adds
the bustling little community. Ac- I
Overhaul Of Navy cording to old-timers, downtown color to the large room. Three
kitchen -
dining room
Yukon was then located where other rooms,
and den,are located on ground
Aircraft Awarded the Station's North Gate now
stands. floor. Three comfortable bed-
Through center of town ran rooms and a bath may be found

Lockheed Company S i 1 old U.S. Highway 17, part of upstairs.
Two contracts amounting to which later became Alleghenyroad "WE'VE NEVER had housingas

$13.1 million for Navy aircraft running near front of the good as this," braggs John

maintenance have been awarded old farmhouse. Another portionof Schwalbenberg, GFC, current
Lockheed Aircraft Service, Inc., .... the brick-paved highway is resident. "They don't build houses -
subsidiary of Lockheed Aircraft I /- still hi use, extending two blocks, like this any more,you know. I
Corporation.One _aII.I U IiINI from Mustin road to the 0' Club.It The NAWS instructor has seven

contract, covering work to 4 J r : is referred to as the "Brick children.
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be done in Honolulu, is for per- Road. Yes, the beautiful old, red
iodic rework of WV and R7V air- \ PROUDLY revealing its sta- brick home has been here a long ,
I ly position, the dwelling saw the
planes operated by Pacific Air time. But with her satisfied ten-
borne Early Warning Squadrons.The first sailors housed in this area ants throughout the years bragg- .
other contract, for thecompany's rrn 1:1t: i i and soon found herself centered: ing of her homey comfort, it ,
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f
Jamaica r amidst what was later.to becomeone "
L. I. branch, seems that she'll be around many"
is for similar rework for planesof v\rR of the largest Naval Air Sta- to come.
tions in the world.It years
Atlantic r
Airborne Early Warn-
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ing Squadrons. was in 1940 that the Navy If, besides her sparkling
Some 165 aircraft are involvedin F took control of the land in vicinity beauty, she could speak, surely-
she would proclaim, "This is a
of the old farmhouse and
each contract. This of #
type a
and I
Naval Air Station, I
maintenance is patterned after began construction of housing facilities great
:
builti"Vernon !
should know-I saw her
the commercial airlines' in the area. First use of
conceptof
short time checks. 4 $?! : the "red brick house" by the
Navy was as quarters for Marine
Work at Honolulu will be per- Barefield
formed at'the Navy-owned facility security guards.

at Keehi Lagoon, adjacent to Officers Involuntarily Out Only one year did the Marines Selected Supply
Honolulu International Airport.The occupy her eight spacious rooms,
other work will be done Promised AidThe however, for it was' then that her
at Lockheed's Aircraft Overhaul Employment windows were sealed and her Honor EmployeeVernon

Facility at Jamaica, L. I. of civilian doors closed and locked, not tobe
Navy has placed renewed emphasis on a program Barefleld, Supervisory
These contracts follow BuAer's employment assistance for retired and involuntarily released per- reopened for nine long years. Procurement Agent of Supply's

policy of contracting commercially sonnel, through efforts of Chief of Naval Personnel, Vice Admiral UNTIL THE winter of 1950, an Purchase Division, has been chosen
for maintenance of Naval air- H. P. Smith. unusual atmosphere prevailed "Supply PersonalityoftheMonth"
I gram to assist in obtaining civil- within the walls of the
craft where and when commer- With the "Hump" act approvedand statelyold for his outstanding performance -
ian employment those officers affected home, as her interior indicat-
cial overhaul the most advan- promotion opportunity some- release. ,, as supervisor of Buying
involuntary
tageous method. what improved for certain officers -, by "w".m'.,' "i>" and Order Branch.
Admiral Smith has called: THE PROGRAM will also assist r:1: ? 0 Barefield was promoted to his

WWII GI Loan on his people to work closely officers seeking early retire- present job in May, shortly after
with the U.S. Employment Serv- ment in order to take advantage : \ successful completion of the Navy
Time Limit Set ice and certain Navy-interest "Tombstone" promotions which ( Purchase Course.
organizations in a continued pro-. will probably be discontinued t 4
Washington (AFPS)-The final November 1. ,'s AS The course, conducted at Bu-
year in which applications may *:IbiL ) : SandA in Washington, consists of
be made for WWII GI home,farmor DIVINE The Navy first initiated a pilot : W.t:5: ; six weeks concentrated study of
business loans began July 25. ''SERVICESSunday program in civilian employment purchasing regulations and tech-
assistance in 1956. The service included -
Congress has set July 25, 1960, issuance of a pamphlet, rc : niques.
as the cutoff date in the post-war "Your New Career," to all ship ? : He began his civil qervice career -
August 23 s\ in August of 1946 as a
program that has already seen and station libraries. It is designed I
nearly five million WWII veterans ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL to assist retiring and involun- S Ss/ clerk-typist in Public Works De-

take advantage of GI Bill 0 30-Service of Worship. tarily released personnel in find- rr7'75. partment. He transferred to Sup
loan provisions since June 22, 0930 Sunday School three- ing civilian employmentThe ply in March 1957 as a supervisory -
1944. year-olds through adults, Build purchasing agent
The law allows an additionalyear ing 722; Service of Worship, success of the pilot pro- ir iri' I

or until July 25, 1961, for Chaplain Beatty.1100Service gram is reflected in the fact the Order Issued On
pamphlet is undergoing its third .. 4
the processing and actual closingof of Worship. I

loans. 1830 Teenage Fellowship revision. 4 / ,' 5, (( fS Marine SchoolsSchools

These dates do not pertain to Small Chapel; Senior-High Fellowship THE ,SERVICE has expandedso SUPPLY-Employw-oMhe- to which Marine Officers -
Korean veterans who have until Building 722. that now there are several employment Month is Vernon Barefield of and enlisted personnel may;
Jan. 31, 1965, to make loan appli 1930-United Fellowship of 'assistance programs in Supply's Purchase Division. : be sent during fiscal 1960 are
cations. WWII veterans who also Protestants, Building 722. which Naval personnel may par-
Marine Order
listed in Corps
"Jed, the farmer sternly rebuked -
served in Korea are considered 0 S ticipate. All are coordinated by
his hired hand, "why is 1500.12A. .
veterans of that conflict for loan ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL Bureau of Naval Personnel (Pers
outlined in Bu- it you're an hour late getting for the various schoolsare
0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass. G224)), and are Quotas
purposes.
Pers Instruction 1740.2 of Feb. 20, back with those mules?" I issued by Headquarters to

The Luckless Legion set a recruiting ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL 1959. "/ picked up the preacher on senior commands. In most cases,
record in 1958. One out Naval Hospital Information not found in the the way home and from thereon enlisted men must have sufficient

of every 61 Americans was killedor 0630-Sunday Mass.0930Protestar.t Instruction can be obtained by those mules couldn't under- obligated service for school as-
injured on the highway. Service. writing the Bureau (Pers G224). stand a word I said!" signment.r' .


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'Fitness Of Our Nation's Youth Is Must'/ Sue. McElroyWashington I



1 (AFPS) Secre- national defense."
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looking to the improved health I Fitness Council drawn up at a to our

tary of Defense Neil H. McElroy and vigor of youth, and programsto West Point, N.Yt conference, en- The Youth Council's plan calls

recently called for "determined develop fuller understandingof lists nation-wide cooperation of for successive issues of "fitnessin
efforts" on part of all citizens to "
our free Institutions. action" to highlight construe-
'' the Armed Forces in local com-
provide necessary stimulus for THE YOUTH Fitness Programwas development projects. tive measures in behalf of youth
improving the physical, mentaland first announced by President munity fitness.
z <' 4 moral fitness of the nation's Eisenhower last year and is link- CALLING FOR "total fitness"
youth.IN ed to community activities of all physical, mental and moral- THEY WILL be developed by

AN editorial for the Presi- military installations to improvethe Mr. McElroy said, "In this age of the schools, various youth-serv-

dent's Council on Youth Fitness, physical condition of all science, there is increasing aware- ing agencies and organizations, by

Mr McElroy said, ."Equally important young Americans.The ness that the fullest educational churches, industry, labor, the

o, !J .. 5', 5 to our national produc- plan, based on recommendations development of our youth is basicto communications media and by

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gas stove. $10 mo. for couple.
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3-Bdrm unfurn 2 bath house any present day supersonic traditions of the U.S. Navy, the
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3-Bdrm hse kit equip, 2 car target, the new Terrier is usage, predating the independence -
garage. 4729 Blanding Blvd. SP- powered by two stages of solid of America and founding of
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TERRIER WITH TEETH The "vastly Improved" Terrier
The first ship to be equippedwith First mention of any uniformin
Guided missile streaks from Its launcher in a test firing at
For Sale the advanced Terrier will the Navl Ordnance Test Station China Lake, Calif. The new the British Navy was in 1693,
3-Bdrm 2 bath red brick hse, be the Dewey, a guided missile Terrier is twice as deadly as its predecessor according to Rear when'King James 1 ordered higher -
garage, 4%% GI loan. Cedar frigate to be commissioned later Admiral Paul D. Stroup chief of the Navy' Ordnance Bureau. ranking officers of his ships to

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2-Bdrm hse hard wood floors, Also to 'be Terrierequippedwill eries of scarlet cloth embellished

garage, fenced corner lot. 2266 be the nuclear-powered air- Adm. Burke Sets with velvet, silk lace and gold

Harvester St. (Lakeshore) EV- craft carrier Enterprise, two con- embroidery."

4-7377. ventional carriers, three guided The colors of this fancy ensemble -
Precedent'Admiral
2-Bdrm mobile hse trlr. $500 missile cruisers and 18 more Navy varied from year to year
equity, Take over pymt. ext-8174.
guided missile frigates. In addi- until 1746 when King George IIset
3-Bdrm brick hse, air! cond.
tion advanced Terriers will
the color that has been hand-
Arleigh A. Burke begins, an unprecedentedthird
$800 equity. 5312 Quan Dr. (Murray be installed in the
I eventually term as Chief of Naval Operations this month duringa ed down to the present time.
Hill), EV 8-5538 after 5 p.m. cruiser Long Beach and the fri-
time when the Navy is making heretofore inconceivable Relaxing from his official duties -
gate Bainbridge both nuclear-
,
Miscellaneous strides in a nuclear and space age. one day, the King saw the
Riders wanted From Lake powered, vessels. Beginning of Admiral Burke's Duchess of Bedford riding in a
Forrest to Bldg. 110 0730 to 1600. Using mobile ground launchers ceeded Adm. Robert B. Carneyas
fifth year as Navy military boss park, colorfully dressed in an
Ext-8582, Kincaid. the Terrier will also be comes just as' Congress approveda CNO. eye-catching riding habit of blue
Swap wanted-Airman, 15 mo. available for anti-aircraft protec- defense appropriation bill call- Admiral Burke came to the faced with white.
obligated serv. Would like swap tion of Marine elements on land. ing for a second nuclear attack Washington billet from post of
with AN in Jax area. Duties include The new missile is being pro- carrier. Commander, Destroyer Force At- Taking an immediate liking to
lantic Fleet. His 35yearpluscareer the deep blue color, the King
ship's driver. TAD ashore duced by the governmentownedNaval
when ship in port. Jerald Perser, Industrial Reserve Ord- HAVING taken the reins as began with a commissionfrom prescribed it as the official shade
AN Chief of Naval Operations and the Naval in for Royal Navy uniforms, and
4th Academy
Div. USS F. D. Roosevelt nance Plant at Pomona, Calif.,
Navy member of the Joint Chiefsof unknowingly established the col-
,j c/o FPO, N.Y. operated for the Bureau of Ord- 1923.
nance by Convair, a division of Staff in August 1955, Admiral BILLETS afloat and ashore led or to be used later by the U.S.

General Dynamics Corporation. Burke becomes first peacetime to command of Destroyer Squadron Navy.

Reserve Program Navy leader to be appointed by 23 in October 1943. Known

Daffynishuns: Cold War-Na- the President to serve as CNO i as the "Little Beavers," this
Lists squadron covered initial Clinic
New Ages tions flexing their missiles. for three straight terms. He suc- landingsat Hospital
Bougainville and fought 22

For EnlistmentsOfficials months.separate engagements in four Giving First

of NARTU Jax have Because he pushed his "Little
announced a major change in age Beavers" just under boiler- Grade ExamsSchool

limit for non-veterans enlisting bursting speed, he became known
not man-
in the Reserve programYoung I as "31-Knot Burke." physicals are
datory for children entering
men who have reached FOR SERVICE in DesRon
I 23,
school in Duval and Clay coun-
,j their 17th birthday but not the Admiral Burke was awarded the ties.
26th can now be enlisted in the Navy Cross, Distinguished Serv-
It is however,
Naval Air Reserve. ice Medal recommended,
Legion of Merit and
into
that
j Lcdr. F X. Sullivan, Enlist- the Presidential Unit Citation.At all youngsters going
the first physical
grade undergo
ment Officer of the Naval Air
Reserve Training Unit here reveals outbreak of Korea, Admiral examination before entering
Forrest Sherman, then school
CNO
that, up to this time, only ,
non-vets in the age bracket of ordered Admiral Burke to dutyas Routine examinations for de-
17 to IB1, of Deputy Chief of Staff to Com- pendent children entering first
years age, were
eligible for membership in the mander Naval Forces, Far East. grade are being given each
Reserve weekend squadrons. From there he took command of Thursday and Friday afternoon

Upto 1400 officers and enlistedmen Cruiser Division Five. through September 11 at Pedi-

and women, all civilians, He was a member of the United atric Clinic of the Naval Hospital.
drill one weekend per month at : I N a t ion s Truce Delegation Dependents of personnel attached

Florida's only Naval Air Reserve : \ chosen to negotiate with the to activities' other than

activity, the NARTU outfit located Communists for a military arm NAS Jax and tenant commands
at NAS Jax. istice in Korea. should have their exams at the

Applicants interested in part : dispensary of the activity to

time work as members of one What They're which the sponsor is attached.
Saying Parents for obtaining
roes should visit or write the Five attached are responsible
CITED FOR EFFORTS persons to NAS "The welfare and
of 18 Naval Air Reserve squad- Jax were among some dosen persons in thIs area receiving the United States security of the school health form
Enlistment Office at NARTU, or certificates of merit and citations from the Duval County Co- and must stand today and presenting it at time of the
phone extension ordinating Committee for National Health Agencies for efforts tomorrow, as the con- examination.
268. during the Federal Service Campaign for National Health Agen- stant goal of all our effort. In
des held in February and March. Making the presentation was this century of change, the

Modern sculptor: A man who Capt. James R. Reedy Station commanding officer. Getting changing values, faith, determi-un- Young drivers are the best recruiters
can take a rough block of stoneor awards were (left to right) Phil Myers, campaign treasurer; nation, purpose, and for the Luckless Legion-
Marie Dieckhaus, assistant to executive secretary; Capt Reedy; hard work
wood
work
it
on for months still
mark
Leonard Eubanks executive secretary; Comdr. H. G. Benoit, the only way to this More than 80 per cent of the
and make it look like a rough chairman for the NAS command drive, and Andrew Planey, goal."-Adm. Arleigh A. Burke Luckless Legion rode to disasterin
block of stone or wood. publicity chairman missing from photo. Chief of Naval Operations '
passenger cars.


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:Jl/il\1JlilJ/ ;. t ; Station Dental Officers I


: )'hfl/I 'T.r1./ ,
,', / Modern Facilities
Use
s 4+1 's, .i f t{, ;t...'t ? 6'v' + Y I7fy,K.'+'S

Twenty-one babies, including

twin boys to ACorpl. and Mrs. Dental care for Naval and
here provides equIp-
Curtis Williams, were w9lcomedat has Department
Marine Corps personnel
ment repair service for all den-
the Naval Hospital recently since the
come a long way tal facilities under ComNabSlx,
Born July 9 were girl, PatriciaLee first feeble efforts in 1883
the Naval Hospital and all ships
to John Chard, FN, and Mrs. when a yearly appropriationof based at Mayport.I .
Chard; boy, David Sylvester, to \, $1,300 was allotted for employment
Hildreth Cohron, SK3, and Mrs. of a civilian dentistat nt reduction i of high-speed

Cohron; Baby boy to Lt (jg) -.S. :;.$f: the Naval Academy.At handpIeces accompanied by coolant -

and Mrs. Harry Devoe; boy, sprays, now used exclusivelyhere
the NAS Jax Dental De- reduc-
David Saunders, to Lt (jg) and has made possible
partment, where at least 80 pa-
tion of heat and discomfort pro-
Ellis
III and
Mrs. George boy,
tients are seen every day, $1,300 duced by friction by increasing
James Steven, to Donald Hol-
would hardly pay the annual drill from RPMto
speed of the 3000
comb, SK2, and Mrs. Holcomb. .yX ti
laundry bill!
RPM.
100,000
Highlighting events July 10
were twin sons born to ACorpl.and ASIDE FROM routine of fill FASTER DENTAL engines,
Mrs. Curtis Williams. Theyare :: ing cavities and extracting teeth, high-speed handpieces and superior
3 { dental officers here handle pros-
enabledthe
< cutting tools have
Donald Ray and Ronald Lee. I
thetic treatment for all area mili-
dentist to reduce his operat-
Also born that date was a girl, '
Tammy Lee, to Donald Musbeldt, tary personnel, as well as un- ing time, see more patients and
AMS3, and Mrs. Musbeldt. usual dental surgery and rehabilitation take much of the discomfort out
of accident injuries. of restorative dentistry.
Welcomed July 11 were boy,
James Michael, to WO-1 and Mrs. Identification of bodies mang- Improved techniques and utili-

Athony AlbenzeTD2, and Mrs.Al- "OPEN WIDE, PLEASE" Highspeed drill and water led in accidents is one taxing and zation of the most modern den-

benze; boy, Micha McCorb, to coolant equipment now used exclusively in the NAS Jax Dental not too pleasant chore assignedto tal equipment available has
Thomas Botts, AQC, and Mrs. Department is shown in use above. High-speed equipment is dental officers. Often the den- brought a higher state of oral
latest addition to the complex procedures and modern equipment tal record is the sole means of
the and
Botts; Baby girl, to Lt U jg< ) and health among men wo-
which are only standard in a department that treats 20.000 identification.
Mrs. Barry Hewlett, and girl, patients yearly and this Saturday celebrates 47th anniversary providing positive men of the Navy than in any

Terry May, to Thomas Kanger, of founding of the Navy Dental Corps.Newspapers Providing dental care for all comparable non-service group in
AN, and Mrs. Kanger. NAS Jax personnel, Jax-based the world, according to Capt.

Also, girl, Cynthia Ann, to squadrons, small detachments Macy G. Martin, Senior Dental
Roger Moore, AN, and Mrs. Of Navy ashore and afloat and other au- Officer.

Moore; boy, James Guy, to Guy thorized personnel in all 34 separate -I

Taylor, AN,' and Mrs. Taylor, Run Name commands in all, are ten
Big RangeWhat's
and girl, Melinda, to Riginald dental officers, one chief dental
Wells, AN, and Mrs. Wells. service warrant officer and 19
in a name?
Five arrivals were "checkedin" A lot of hard work that never ends if it, applies to publishing technicians.THE .

July 12. They were boy, the 437 Navy newspapers with their listed circulation .- PROSTHETIC. section. .of..
Charles Richard, to Maurice Am- of 731 609. the department is charged with
mons, AD3, and Mrs. Ammons; This information, is containedin a justifiably proud honor for this construction and repair of full 1 {

Maximilian, to Lt. and Mrs. Wal- the first edition of the Direct- Station's news media.) and partial dentures, bridges and

lace Jaeger; Dale Alan, to Ronald ory of Ship and Station News- Some of the newspaper titles crowns for some 17,000 patientson st
Kunkle, AE2, and Mrs. Kunkle; papers Just distributed by Officeof indicate that "Thinkers" aboundIn the Station and throu ghoul'

Dale Edwin, to David Ma Neil, Information.THE the Navy. There's the "De ComNabSix activities.

AOC, and Mrs. MacNeil, and girl, DIRECTORY, compiled claration" of the Independence; In addition to treating' som Donna Jean, to Donald McGlynn, from questionnaires returned by "Fiddler's Green," Sturtevant; 20,000 patients with an aver f
AG1, and Mrs. McGlynn. all ships and stations earlier this I "Graham Cracker," of the Gra- age of 72,000 separate dental With The

year, was distributed to partici- ham County, and "Mann-U- problems each year, the Dental
pating editors only. Script," Gen. W. A. Mann.
One of its uses by editors will ToastmastersFour
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#34'
u'b'F4a.. RESEARCHERS of editorial NEW MARINECOMMANDANT
.. no doubt be to compile an ex- self-evaluation will be interestedin speeches highlighted Tues-

change list of comparable news- the "Garbage Ejector" pub- day night's session of Navy Civi-
papers that will allow editors to lished by the submarine Bugara. IS SELECTED lian Toastmasters at Karl Hel-

see ideas used by contemporaries. Maj. Gen. David M. Shoup, lenthal's Restaurant.T. .
The modern Nuclear Navy has
Largest newspaper is the"Shipworker" Medal of Honor winner has
had its impact on names. There a A. Wilkinson recalled the
of the Naval Ship- are four "Rockets" three''Mets," been named 22nd Commandantof exciting history and exploits of
yard New York, with a circula-
,
the Marine Corps. of the U.S. Infantry
three "Missiles" and four "Air the Rangers ;
tion of 15,000. Smallest is the The 55-year-old general, a
Scoops." Dick Babcr offered good pointson
"Barrier Sentinel" of the picket Marine since 1926, will add a living within your budget via
ship Hissem, with a run of only Name favorites among the fourth star and succeed Gen. elastic planning in his "Secretof

35.PAPERS military and civilian journalistsare Randolph McC. Pate, whose Successful Budgeting;" Frank

OF the Naval estab- indicated in the Directory, second two-year term expires. Dressler warned of dangers of

lishment are printed by every which lists 24 "News," 15 "Newsletters" December 31.Currently boredom and presented tips for
known method with exceptionof commanding gen- fighting' the ailment in "Bore
pen and ink. Editors are of and eight "Bulletins. eral of Marine Corps Recruit dom;" while Andy Planey deli-

every pay grade and rank, including All have at least two thingsin Depot at Parris Island, S. C., vered an extemporaneous speech

civilians, and come from common. They have deadlinesand Gen. Shoup won the nation's entitled "What Do I Do Now.."
all fields and specialties.The highest military award for his
readers who complain about
Purcell as master head
Bill)
Comdr. Gerald R. Pearson ( Jax Air News ranks 14th in actions on Betio Island in the
quality, but are the first te get shrinker headed a panel of critics -
size among the 437 Navy papers, WWII campaign for Tarawa.
their copies. ; which included Ken Scales,
Center Executive Walt Stanul, Lawton Green and

TIDE TABLE Bill Clearman. Marvin Blumberg

Officer Post To HIGH LOW -. toastmastered his first meeting,
AM PM AM PM C rer y ya},,X b r4 with Junior Teske offering table
;+ S:"'. 'i
Fri. 9:45: 10:01: 3:25: 3:43: } 'k 'y3 GfY+' grF' ;'W'Y'.'i Y RY topics.
Comdr. PearsonComdr. t K 'rl vkt' $tR', iJf'G'9S&tr4 1 SyE $f'

Sat. 10:28: 10:42 4:05: 4:27: All members are urged to attend -

Gerald'R. Pearson took Sun. 11:13 11:24 4:46: 5:12: 234 S."56i '6/ S rr 4 wG'l} b., next week's meeting at 7

over as executive officer of Naval' r 5 pm.at the Barker Real Estate
Air i Technical Training Center J Ta 5 f office, Park St., with election ofa
last week. EN, TM Emergency new slate of officers on the

Reporting from NATTCenter Service Ratings Out :": r a 44 'k'sr 4 yf ai sR r JS a r t a p ri' { agenda.

Norman, he relieves the acting 2 2i s 4 Plans are completed for a joint
executive officer, Comdr. M. K. Emergency service ratings of q- I meeting with the Sunshine Toast-
Smith. the Engineman (EN) and Torpedoman's mistress Club on Sept. 15; plansare
tb'b ,
Mate (TM) general jr3- Y SGa 4, I, G<4f 3
Comdr. Pearson was commis- t.v afoot for an outdoor gathering -
sioned and designated Naval avi- service ratings have been dis- ,'.t hear ryS f k."p. and the installation banquetto

ator in 1937. He took part in the established.This '4} pa ,< '4 y a f f.yYXaj F9r be held in October.
is part of a program revising 'i'' ; 9 e' 9f
Aleutians Campaign and made ; rf, y
two tours to the Persian Gulf as the Navy enlisted rating f% fx.yY. 'A jive-year-old stopped suddenly -

commander of a Middle East flag structure to conform with ad- .Yka ;, Fxfir % S / i f 9i in the middle of a story:
ship, USS Greenwich Bay. vances in Naval warfare. "Oh, I lost the place in my

An NUC was presented Comdr. Affected are Diesel Engineman mouth .
Pearson for his part in the Aleu- Gasoline Engineman, Torpedoman's -
Mate T (Steam/Me- The last word in an argumentis
tians endeavor. He also holds an
Actress Barbara Luna fights off the
CALENDAR GIRL
Air i Medal 1 with three stars, chanical Torpedoes) and Tor- hot August sun as she sips- a cold drink in an ice house setting what a wife has. Anything a
pedoman's Mate E (SpecialElectric calendar tells this is husband says after that is the
American Defense, AsiaticPacific But one look at our August girl us no
and a Victory Medal. Drive Torpedoes). chilly filly. beginning of another argument



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Needed To Regulate Population Of Lake-


Special Services Issues Urgent''' Y t ra.




Call. For Casa. .Linda Fishermen V

I I

Draining the ocean dry may soon befall same fate as okayed for fishing by Station s.aS: t I

I the four-minute mile and the successful orbit into space I regulations (the northeast shore- } k Y.

two barriers which bordered _on the impossible just a few line) weed free and easily accesi-

years ago. reports, and the lake is slowly ble to fishermen. Fertilization, an
of water
salty
That big body
important part in carrying
filling once more.
which licks at Florida's shore-
When the water level dipped through the total reclamation
line had better be on the defensive ,
program, is expected to be carried ..
if the NAS Jax Special the bottom of the lake bordering 's. v: .
y ;
through the fall season.
on
Services decides to the golf course was covered with
Depatrment Even before her "new look" _
golf balls. Dependent children and
lower water level of the earth'soceans c _
Casa Linda has released gripon
a
a feat that group mightbe driving[ range personnel had a
some large finny creatures
field day recovering the "lost"
able to perform. pellets. with a 12-pound black bass being ,.
FOR SPECIAL Services is an t
the biggest known catch to date
experienced hand at this sort of SPECIAL Services has fertili- this
drainedoff zed the lake to control weed year.
thing, having recently
Fishermen stopping off at the
a healthy portion of Casa growth and to stimulate the
lake on their way to work in the
Linda Lake, up until now a pla- growth of lacustrine algae. This
morning have been'the most
successful -
cid old water hole that fre- will grow in such abundance so
ones so far.
quents a six-acre confine of NAS as to cut down passage of sunlight The favorite bait for bream a .:i:Lk M w
through the water and kill off
seems to be and crickets
worms
Jax.Special Services is about six submerged weed growth whichis -
while
bass are hitting live shin
weeks into a program to reclaim a decided deteriment to proper ers and surface lures.A .
Casa Linda Lake for sportsmen.The fish! growth.
final reminder before reclamation -.LAKE LEVEL LOWERED Special Services Departmentof
department is working with Chief results of the successful can be totally success- HAS Jax is in midst of a program to reclaim Casa Linda

the Dept. of Interior's Bureau of reclaiming program have beento ful, more fishermen are needed, Lake, the serene fishing hole covering six acres of Station prop

Sports Fisheries and Wildlife. make the area of the lake and DON'T throw back ANY fish. erty near the Chapels and golf course. As part of this project
The latter has conducted a vig- the three men above lowered water level of the lake by pullingthe
seining that has Gb ..yetL plug out of the drain at the end of the lake served by a dam.
orous program Replacing wooden planks of the dam are, left to right Bill Way-
revealed the fact there's been a man, SAt chief Tony Ferranti and Les Weldon, SA.
good bass and bream (bluegill)

spawn in the lake recently.IN .
ADDITION to the bass (the Space Talk Naval Courtesy:

black large-mouth variety) and .
,
the bream, war-mouth, or speck- t Can Be RealHumorous Short CourseWhat

led, perch, speckled bullhead

(yellow catfish) and golden shin- ... .... ': are the rules on conduct
..:3t.::: :::(>
ers have also been found. : by service persons at military

It's believed the lake's popu- ,.. ;\';;',;, Every so often the lighter side funerals and how do they differ:
:.: :,
: of terminology from funerals not under
lation is\ in balance. That is, space age pops military

there's a correct proportion of up, almost as if the people who auspices?

bass to bluegill to shiners for a \ employ it were determined not I In general, a military man uncovers -

"respectable community." "i'j to lose their sense of humor. ina during a religious cere-

Robert Webb, Director of the technological maze. I mony but remains covered during

Bureau of Fisheries and Wildlifefor Take, for example, the sheaf of : a military ceremony. Military

this area and a close liasion definitions compiled by Harold S. funerals and burials at sea are

man for Special Services, is now Sharp, chief librarian of I. T. T. regarded as military ceremonies.At .

planning a graduated gill net Laboratories in Fort Wayne, Ind. a military ceremony, an officer -

program. ..,,..,. ; As reprinted here from the ARDC or enlisted man salutes

This means use of a net which "Newsreview" they show him to rather than uncovers. During a

catches fish by the gills as they II -.. be an engaging sort of lexicographer funeral,Navymen remain covered

swim through it, in order to geta > o M w{ : -in fact a man who lives while in the open and uncover

more accurate population figure di I up to his name. upon entering the church.

than could be garnered any other Here are some of them: I Church services, civilian fun

way. FERTILIZATION IS IMPORTANT An integral part of Missile-As good as a mile. erals' or burial services which

THE NET will catch the larg- the current project to reclaim Casa Linda Lake for fishing is Rockel-(1) Precision dancer at the ,Navyman attends as a friendor
carrying out of a definite program of fertilization. The fertilizer
est and smallest fish during so will stimulate growth of algae, a microscopic animal. The lat- a New York theater. ((2) A confi- relative are religious ceremon-

many hours it's left in the lake. ter grow in such abundance as to cut down on sunlight throughthe dence game. ((3)) Much noise. ies.

The Bureau then arrives at a water and kill off submerged weeds djlrimenlal to growthof Fuel-What you can do to all of

census figure by taking the area fish. FerrantL Weldon and Wayman load fertilizer onto boat.NavyMC the people some of the time.

of the lake plus water depth plusa Solid State-Condition of being

constant for North Florida and Reserve Units real gone.

comes up with an approximate Semi-conductor Part-time

estimate, which is'pretty accur- streetcar jockey.

ate.An To Receive Sidewindersmotors ReactorsConcerning thes-

interesting fact unraveled pians.
The Advanced Naval Training
during the reclaiming programis and warheads for guided- Filler-Touched her.
Command and
the fact that the some Navy;
most unhealthy missile instruction.At Address-Lady's garment.
and Marine Air Reserve
thing about the lake is Corps Armed-Cockney expression Z l'
it's not being fished enough! In Training units will soon re- the same time, enlisted meaning "hurt"Beacon

other words, the shoe is on the ceiv Sidewinder air-to-air trainees will benefit by practical Often served with

other foot. guided missiles. experience, in missile assembly, eggs.
Advanced Training Command maintenance and loading.The .
,
Webb '
along with Comdr. Char- Breeding-Inhaling and exhal-
units will be allowed limited
les Thomas, Special Services Of- a first training units due to ing.
number of the live missiles'each
ficer, are asking fishermen to receive the Sidewinders are Au- Mode-Cut the grass.
partake of the fishinghole more month for practice firings while iliary Air Stations at Kingsvilleand Cross modulation Modulationthat
Reserve pilots will be able to
often and request fishermen NOTto Beeville, both in Texas. -is annoyed.ElementPedal.
the Sidewinders in all
use opera
throw back the small ones. extremities.
tions short of actual firing. FIRST RESERVE outfits
They claim this is a false con- TRAINEE pilots will use the scheduled to train with the mis- Fission-Angling, trolling, cast- H

servation conception, at least.for actual Sidewinders with insert siles are at Naval Air Stationsat ing.

this area of the country, and can Glenview, Ill., Dallas Tex., and Impact-Act of an imp.

be injurious to a good fishing Fewer UFOs ReportedBy Los Alamitos, Calif. Launcher-One who eats a

lake or pond.SPECIAL noonday meal.JamPrecious.
Air Force This Year First guided missile to be act- stone.

reclaiming Casa Services efforts in Washington (AFPS) Fewer ually combat-tested, the Side- Phase-Front of the head.
Linda have beento i
winder is supersonic
lower the water level by unidentified flying objects, more a weapon Wake-Seven days in Ireland.
designed to destroy high-per
called
popularly "flying saucers,
about six feet. This was'accomp
lished by removing the drain have been sighted in the first six formance enemy fighters and Stan Jones, Chicago Bears
months of 1959' than in the latter bombers at altitudes up to 50,000
"
plug at the end of the lake at husky lineman seems to be squat "ME SIR? Sam Space Jr.
part of 1958, the Air Force announced is all
feet. with
agog news he is
the dam in of and
back the Chapels. fat at 5'9" and 240 lbs., but
helping to set the stage for
Disease Vector Control Center During the Formosan crisis of don't let his man's first
The total number of sightings appearance fool gou.He's space flight as one
'a September 1958, Chinese Nation of small
conducted three-week programof a group of monkeys
reported to the AF were 143
weed poisioning to kill alist pilots used the Navy developed extremely versatile and being trained at the Air Force
vege- as compared to 296 in the last
tation on the banks and over the missile to destroy several swift for such a huge man, some- School of Aviation Medicine at
six months of 1958. The astronomical Randolph Field Tex. All tests
surface drained. category accounted for Chinese Communist jets. It strikesby thing perhaps learned from his involving Sam and his friendsare

The drain control plug is now the greatest percentage of the "homing" on heat generatedby high school freshman days whenhe conducted under American

back in its place, Comdr. Thomas 1 UFO sightings, at 45 per cent. target aircraft. weighed only 160 pounds. treatment Medical Assn.of animals.r rules for. humane


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20 August 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Page 7


\\Karrh LosesIn Tice'SteersVW.4


\ All-Navy


\ Repeat BidMyron To

I
"Mike" Franks of Com-

Three and NorthLant, won the ;( tJc Keg Crown

1959 All-Navy Tennis Open ,

Singles crown, defeating John c,1 VW-4 "C" put the toppingon

Lesch in straight sets 10-8, 6-2, \ a successful spring bowling -

6-2, last week at Newport, R.I. season last week, squeezing
Lesch then teamed with 1957 out a victory over AE

singles champion Seth Petersonto School for the AllStationtitle. .

win the Open Doubles, upend- .
ing Franks and Comdr. Tom Five 1 marks down entering

Whitlow 7-5, 6-4, 6-3. ninth frame of the fourth game

Jax Navy's Jim Karrh won his the underdog Sparkles answeredthe

opening match in Open play over pressure call and made it all
'
Gary Johnson of Pacific Coast, even at the start-of the 'rubber"

11-9 and 6-1.. The Flier netter game.
then lost in the semis to Lesch, FIRST FOUR men on each
6-4 and 6-4. side broke about even in the final

Karrh also met his Waterloo in w".t......'w ..,."w.,'..., .v.... .."..N ,.w""W"'I' .,.,...... ...... ....,............'''......."......."..."...............N.Wyy...._.........._, n_._...m"'............. ten frames with weight of the
Open Seniors competition in the I NCLASS OF STATION BOWLING SQUADS VW-4 "C" rolled its way to the Mainside crucial match falling on the anchor -

semi-final round when he and and All-Station bowling championships during the recently.concluded intramural kegling season. men.
I After nailing down the Mainside crown, the Cane Hunters eked out a victory over NATTCen- Ralph Tice VW-4 "C" anchor,
partner Leonard Welch were ter's Aviation Electrician's Mate School for the All-Station title. In smiling pose, the seven-man finished first, nine pins ahead of
stopped by WesPac's Dale Junta VW-4 "C" squad reaches for its favorite weapon. Left to right are, Claude Giles, Ralph Tice, Ed
Pete Patroski. The lat-
and Joe Heyck, 6-3 and 6-4. White, Bill_Saine, George Marts, Abe Coleman and Pete Della Penna. opponent
ter started the last frame withan
Karrh and Welch, representing
ComSix and SouthLant, had PendergrasEyes easy spare.
earlier dropped Pacific Coast's Patroski, needing eight pins to

Jerry Hartman and Johnson, 5-7, JAXIR OIk TitleJax tie and nine to hand the crownto

6-1, 6-4. his partners, rolled a ball

With NARTU Jax during work- Ik Navy ace skeet shooter Ken slightly off and picked up only
VW-4 "C" tho
seven pins, giving
ing hours, Karrh was attemptingto Pendergras, after placing fourthin
I' SS S iffiMMl title, 821820.A .
repeat as an All Navy Open the World Open Skeet Champ-
FINE gallery witnessed the
Doubles title-holder. His partnerof ionships at Lynnhaven, Va., is
1958, "Doc" Houk, did not Fliers Crackerjax Carry now in Chicago prepping for the do-or-die struggle at the Main-
side Lanes, a fitting climax to a
compete in this year's play. upcoming Pan-American Games lengthy, successful season.

6ND slated Aug. 27Septr7rPendergras who hails from On tha winning club was Ed
Good Slates Into PlayThe ,
Jax Links White Saine
Sets VW-4, will team with Ed Cal- Bill George Martz,
Pete Della Penna and Tice.
6ND QualifyingQualifying Jax Navy Fliers and Crackerjax take respectable houn of Salisbury, Md.,to repre-
sent the US in individual compe- Rolling for AE School were Ed
records into the Sixth Naval District Softball Tourney which
Edmondson Bill Stuthiet Jink
for berths on tition at the games. Pendergrasis ,
today (Thursday) at Green Cove Springs.
Open and Seniors teams for starts defending champion, havingwon Jenkins, "Prit" Pritchett and Bob.
competition at the Sixth Naval The Fliers, always' a contenderfor phis, Cecil Field Green Cove the individual title in 1955! Hudson and Patroski.
the title, recorded a 22-14
District Golf Tournamentare Springs, Key West and NATT- when the games were held in '
mark in (More Sports 8))
season play, including on Page
held at
currently being Center Jax. Mexico City.In .
tough City League competition,
the NAS Jax course. THE] CRACKERJAX are ex- four-man team competition, The Washington Redskins meet
while the Crackerjax amassed a
Entries from units aboardthe pected to have a little easier goIng Pendergras and Calhoun will join the Chicago Bears Saturday

Station are trying for the 25-1 record. with only Memphis Navy en- with Chet Crites from Detroit, night, September 5, In Jackson-

four Open and two Seniorsover THE STRONG right arm of tered in women's competition.Judy who was on the same team as ville's Gator Bowl Ticker for

( 45 years old) positionson veteran Earl Bishop of Dispensaryis Bozman and Jessie Riddle Pendergras and Calhoun when the charity benefit game are on

the Jax Navy squad which expected to bear the brunt of should form the Waves starting they competed'in Moscow in the sale at Special Services, Building

will represent this area in the the Fliers' mound work in the battery. World Championships in 1958. 704.

6ND at NAS Pensacola Sept. week-long tourney. Walt Carneyof Lone Crackerjax loss of the I uu"_.__ ___ __u___ ____ u_ uu u___
15-18. Administration will be on 1959 regular season came in City
r
Some of the lpw handicap hand for assistance.Art League play, an unexpected w
shocker at the hands of Oppor- w
players expected to competein
Newman of O&G and Dave
the trials Bill tunity Branch "Y."
local are
Carlson of Dispensary should do
Scarbrough; John Kerr, Moon
bulk of the catching chores. .x
Mullins and Tom Lux. Final Home Stand
The locals will be operating

minus the services of a trio of
Faces Jax BravesThe
NAJTC VAP-62 men who played with
Varsity the varsity in regular season final regular season home r p..

in Norfolk at the stand of the year faces the Jacksonville -
play. They are
Eyeing District AirLant tourney. I Braves when they starta '

week-long series tomorrow
Diamond CrownThe SORELY missed will be hurler (Friday) against the Macon
Bill Penwell, and fielders Howard Dodgers and Gastonia Pirates at
NATTCenter varsity soft- Bales and Wes Blocker. Replacingthem the local ball park. 4

ball team' has run its season record in the lineup will be Pete Macon, like the Braves tryingto

to a respectable 9-3. Wiseman and Bob Zinski of the dig out of the Sally League's

Playing four tilts recently, the 679th Air Force and Bobby Hall second division, will be here

club's only setback during this of VU-10. through Sunday while the Pirates

span was an 8-0 defeat to Green The Fliers will be up againstthe come in Monday through Wed-

Cove's Bullets. usual potent 6ND teams, including nesday.All .
The loss came after NATTCenter Pensacola, Glynco, Mem- home games start at 2000
took the opener of a double execept Sunday tilts which get

b\ll, 2-1. Following the Green Non PareilsThe underway at 1500. Servicemenwill

Cove loss, the Centerites deci- be admitted for 60 cents.
sioned VA-44, 11-8 then downed Officers Wives Bowling
is due to start play about
League
the Jax Navy Fliers, 4-3. Tennis Exhibition Slated
Leading hurler for the club is September 3.
All interested persons should Aboard Station LILvj
Harold Hoenow, who holds an Sunday -
unblemished record in six de- contact Nancy Moessmer at SP- Tennis fans will be treated to

cisions. 1-2348; Phyllis Rutledge at EV- an exhibition match between four -
Windham at SP-
J Pacing the club's stickmen Is 7-3914; Betty top Navy and civilian netters
Jan Baird at EV 4-4442,
1-1168
Tom McGreevey, atop batting or Sunday at 1430 at the Mainside
August 30. <, :
standings with a .410 average. before Exchange Courts.J. .
NATTCenter is among the C. Karrh, Jax Navy coach
Interested in referee-
teams in the Sixth Naval District Persons and ex-All Navy Doubles champion -

Softball Tourney starting todayat ing Mainside ..touch .football will Mace Rufus Ashby,former r

Green Cove Springs. The games are urged to contact the Tampa city champion, while

tournament should end next Athletic Director at extension Richard Schuette of Naval Hos-

Wednesday. 585. pital battles Andy Ziebe, formerly EYE NEW SHELL SEASON The Jax Navy rowing team /
10th ranked in Florida. is readying for another season and Is looking for persons with
Wary had a little lamb with End Harlon Hill of the Chicago Karrh and Schuette, a, former rowing experience to Join the team. Any military personnel
\ green peas on the side. Bears is one of the pass catch- fifth ranked National Doubles aboard the Station are eligible. Training is slated to begin next
month. Competition will be held with colleges and other rowing
When her escort saw the check, ing greats of National Football player, will then team against clubs. Anyone interested in joining the Navy' tint rowing club
I he sat right down and cried. League history. their civilian opponents. should contact Li. Col. W. P. Mitchell at MAD, Building 572.

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8 JAX AIR NEWS .20 August 1959


Meetings Held To Plan For Water TanksOverhauled

I I


Mainside Fall IM Sports ,. ,< ":">" 'm: (Continued from Page)

Thirteen teams sent dele- MU I ....H:i. A$." complete the five-month projectat
at the Fall Golf meeting last LI!. : ,.".1m 1t1.. an estimated cost of $38,640,
to the Fall
gates Bowling or- ..
""" to J Et-
according Capt. Henry
ganizational meeting last Fri- Monday at the Athletic Office. ri; 'nJ'" 4!:' W
day at the Mainside Athletic No important changes were madein ., Charge ter, NAS of lax Construction.Resident Officer in
rules. 4
Office in Building Three. ;
On hand H F. Hunt If. <.At. w. 4y SUPPLYING the Station with
NO MAJOR rule changes were were: ,Ma- ':( ''t. d
voted on, except that the two- rine Barracks; J. L. Hart, NAM- t z l :: approximately 4,000,000 gallonsof
man blind will not be authorizedthis TD; Carl mil, VW-4: "A" and water every day, the Station's
season. A four-man squad "B;" R. K. Carr, VP-5, and Bill .. ., surface and elevated water stor-
must be on hand at beginning of Holly, O&R. ', :.4. M1y z. age system,keeps some 2,250,000
fJ gallons on tap at all times.
each match or the entire four I
points will be forfeited. 'Of Club Hosts : $ n' I The water itself comes from

Present at the meeting were: I (Continued from Page 1)) four artesian wells on the Station
R. E. Reason, O&R; Charles Walker Dental Corps was formally re- ; 1 that penetrate an underground
679th Air Force; F. S. Arch, cognized by the Smithsonian In- water system which has its ori-
Galley One; A. W. Petty, VW-4; stitution for efforts of the Naval gin as far north as the Carolinas.IN .

O. G. Boydston, Disbursing; D. L. Dental School in developing a NORMAL operation the
Hall, O&G; T. L. Fitzgibbon, Air- high-speed' turbine dental ? water in the elevated tanks
craft Maintenance; J. U. Mesa, cutting device.In "floats" on the water in the pipe

X-3; R. L. Smith, Hospital; F.L. addition, the Dental Corps .... "...,,,..:';..,.,,,..... _to<_,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,",.. tot lines. The pressure in the pipelines
Duford, Marine Barracks I depends on height of the
; Ray recently announced Davis
publicationof LONG-TERM DUTY Frank (left) was recently
Winstead, Special Services; Joe the first in a series of dental awarded the Navy't anchor-type lapel pin commemorating com- water in the tanks, maintainedat
Troenole, MARTD, and Bob Ry- professional extension courses pletion of 20 years combined military and government service. an approximate level of, 162
kowski, Administration.FIVE supplementing Capt. J. Henry Etter, NAS Public Works Officer makes the feet above ground by four 750-
numerous postgraduate presentation. Davis, who has been at NAS Jax for more than gallons minute electrically
per
MEN were in attendance instruction programs in 18 years, is employed by Utilities Division of Public Works driven
both service and civilian schools. Department. pumps.
I At each water plant, a gasoline

President OKs'Hump' Pro Game Tickets HereThe driven pump with capacityof
Teacher Scarcity 1,500 gallons per minute

Bill (Continued from Page 1)) .Chicago BearsWashington stands ready in the event of power -
(Continued from Page 1)) Center of the American Consulate. sares, former U. of Florida back- failure or during abnormallyhigh
Redskins football
board was due to start work pro game field star, and scatback Willie consumption of water in a
this week scheduled for the Gator Bowl short of time
picking 42 captainsof On period as duringa
their return from the Orientto Gallimore, exFloridaA&M star.
the Civil Engineer, Chap- Jacksonville the September 5 is drawing a lot of fire.
girls entered
lain and Supply Corps for Jacksonville University, where enthusiasm among area sports Joe Fortunato and Chuck How- Operation and maintenance of
continued linebackers for the the Station's water which
duty. they graduated this month witha fans. ley are strong system,
The Navy line commander Bachelor of Science degree in Bears while one of the line includes water purification equipment -
continuation board Tickets for the annual charity at the is
will stay in Elementary Education. mainstays is rangy end Bill Mc- swimming pools,
Washington when its work as classic are available at Special responsibility of }'he Utilities Division -
gain Coll in his sixth NFL
a promotion board is finished.It Orlando's will be Jack- Services Department for four season. of Public Works Depart-
will pick about 300 commanders sonville's loss. Roberta will teach dollars. Eddie LeBaron, former Collegeof ment, which plans to continue
for consideration be- the third grade at Chevey School, Pacific great, is expected to rehabilitation of the water system -
yond 20 years. and Barbara the fifth grade at Holding leading berths on the i steer the Redskin's game,working with replacement of the de-
t Brookshire. Windy City club are Rick Ca-.: from his quarterback slot. gasifiers at Water Plant No. 1.Page .

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Schedule Special Services Activities and Facilities, August 20 26


MOVIES Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday. Wednesday
I
NAS, Bldg. 612 1800-2000 J 1800-2000 1800-2000 1400-1900 1800-2000 1900 Only 1900 Only
Cowboy 30 Foot Bride The Hangman John Paul Jones Cry Tough The Man Could Citr After
of Cardy Rock Cheat Death Midnight

NATTCenier, Bldg 563 1900 Only 1800 & 2000 1400-1900 1400-1900 1900 Only 1900 Only 1900 Only
Rio Bravo Cowboy 30' Bride Hangman' John Paul Jones Cry Tough The Man
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Hospital 1900 Only 1900""Only 1900 Only 1900 Only 1900 Only 1900 Only 1900 Only
Young Phila. Rio Bravo Cowboy 30' Bride Hangman John Paul Jones Cry Tough

LIBRARIES
I
I
!NAS BId;. 3 0815-2100 0815-2100 1300-2100 1300-100 0815-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100
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NATTCent.r, Bldg. 583 0930-2100 Og30-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100 09302100"Hospital

0800-1800 0800-1600 closed 1300-1700 0800-1600 0800-1600 0800-1600

LOUNGES, 'CLUBS

NAS, BId;. 855 1000-2100 1000-2100 loo0-2 oo 1400-2100 Closed 1000-2100 10002100NATTCenter
y

Bld SI3
1600-2200 1600-2200 1300-2300 1300-2300 OO-2200 1600-2200 1000-2200

Blue Jackets IDA 2000-2400 2000.2345 2000-2345 2000-2345 1630-2400 1630-2400 2000
Jimmy Geiger The Redcoats Special Band Bingo

EM TTCeDler 3.23oo( 1630-2300 163.23oo(
1630-2300 1200-2330 1400-2330 1400-2330

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

NAS Outdoor Pools 1100-2000 1100-2000 1100-2000 1200-2000 lloo-20OQ 1100-2000 1100-2000

NATTC Outdoor Pools 1130-2000 1130-2000 113 -2000 1200-2000 1130-2000 113Q-2000 1130-2000


HATTCenter Gym Open .
1300-2100 1300-nOO 1000-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100

HAS Bowling 1100-2100 OB 1100..2100 OB 1300-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100.2100 OB 1100-2100 OB


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

TennIs Courts (Navy Ex.) 0600-Dar\t\ 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark

Golf Coupe 0830-Dark 0830-Dut. 0730-1800 0800-1800 0830Dark.0830Dark. 0830-Dark

Fish Camp 080044 hr. 0800.% hr. 0800-'t. hr. 0800hr.. 080044( hr.
Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Closed Closed '

Hobby Shop. Bldg.as" I 1400-2100' 1400-2100 0000-2100 1300-2100 Closed ,Closed 1400-2100
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Indoor Swimming Bldg. 614 1600-2000 1600-2000 1130-2000 1200-2000 1600-2000 1600-2000 1600-2000

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