Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 10, 1959
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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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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Civilian employees of the Sta- J
tion "take to the needle" Sept. dustrial complex, is becoming an teer basis, all should rememberthat will not be eligible for immuni- ventive health program initiatedby
15-26 with flu shots scheduledto annual occurence. cold weather and influenzago zation, however.A Bureau of Medicine and Sur-

be given during this period, Whether a person was inocul- hand in hand. The prover- SLIGHT charge of 50 centsa gery and the Industrial Medical
on a stirctly voluntary basis, at ated for influenza last year or bial "ounce oLprevention" is time- person will cover cost of the Branch.
Building 101H.INOCULATION, not, it's urged they received a ly. vaccine. This will be paid at time FLU SHOTS for military per-
against harsh shot this month. The vaccine is Employee who have a known the shot is administered. sonnel will be given during Oct-

effects of influenza, which can reportedly good for only one year. allergy to chickens, chicken fea- Prevention of influenza throughthis ober. '
cripple an entire military and in- ALTHOUGH it is on a volun- thers eggs or any form of fowl program is a part of pre- (Please turn to Page 6, CoL 3)


. Results In On I

Navy Relief JA

Fund DriveResults

: of the Navy Relief
Drive held in Jacksonville in
:iMayJune have been released
with final figures denoting a Vol. 17 No. 27 U.S.N.A.S. Jacksonville Florida 10 September 1959

successful sailed over the campaign top.A which Passage Prospects Dim

total of $27,262 was realized, ,. .
exceeding slightly goal of $27,000.

ted CONTRIBUTIONS mainly from military were solici-per- \. 4{ For More Service BillsWashington

sonnel, but civilian friends of the : (AFPS)-Spokesmen for both House and Sen-
Navy also donated. Participatingwere ate Armed Forces Committees see little chance at this sessionof
personnel from some 35 Congress for further consideration of important bills of
separate Navy activities, includ- .' :.. widespread interest to service personnel. '
ing major commands, in the > Included is the Air Force sponsored "White Charger"bill

Jacksonville area. a.: designed to require "best quali- in is
which will
convene January,
Goal for the drive it
as got
fied" selection procedures for expected.A .
underway in May was announcedas
$30,000. But due to deploy- regular officer promotion, invol- bill proposing term retention
ment of units and reduction of untary' retirement of certain col- contracts for long service active

personnel of participating units, onels and lieutenant colonels and duty reserve officers as well as
the goal was later reset at a to permit a limited accelerated. separation pay for those involun-
fairer figure of $27,000. tarily forced out is also likely to
promotion quota for outstanding be deferred until the second ses-
SEVERAL commands and acti- offiicers.
vities went over the top with sion.DESPITE
Fleet Air Detachment, NAS Jax THIS BILL passed the House President Eisenhow-
setting the pace with a 525% contribution but was stalled in the Senate. er's recently expressed approvalof
,a bill introduced to equalize
Others who exceeded
Early consideration in the second
retirement little chance of
their ,quotas were NS Mayport, pay,
session of the 86th Congress, further action is expected at this
NAS Cecil Field, NAS Sanford, '
Fleet Air Wing Eleven, NAS Jar, BUSINESS PICKING UP Mrs. Frank Micon cells 1959
Naval Hospital, Marine Aviation Florida drivers license to Larry Brady, CP, at license renewal MEDICARE RULES This bill would provide that
Detachment ,NATTCenter, Navy counter in Building Nine. ,According to Mrs. Micon, sales for military personnel who retired
the first few slow. the Jacksonville
days were very Sponsored by -
prior to the act of 1958 be
Recruiting Office and NATTCenter Jaycees, the office is open weekdays from 0900 to 1700 and Washington (AFPS The pay
J8%. until noon Saturdays. Licenses cost the usual $1.25 plus a 25 Office of Dependents' Medical paid in accordance with the new
Although VP-16 was not assigned cent service charge which goes toward worthy Jaycee projects. Care has announced a liberal- scale. Under that act they received
a quota since their sched- ization of regulations govern- only a six per cent boost

ule of deployment was prior to Drill Unit Formed By ing maternity care for wivesof in their retirement checks.
start of the drive, the squadroncame !servicemen who die whileon Also favored by the Presidentis
through with a commend- active duty.In a House-introduced bill to
able $546.Some NATTCenter StudentsDay the past, if a servicemandied postpone the Nov. '1 terminationof
15 units campaigningunder and his wife was pre- honorary or "tombstone"pro-
banner of NAS Jax helped after day for the past two months, a wellcoordinated gnant at the time of his death, motions for com b a t-decorated -
swell that command's contri- group of sailors at NATTCenter have battled 90 degree- Medicare privileges ended at Navy and Marine officers.

bution. Money realized from the plus weather learning fine points of precision drilling.As once. THIS MEASURE also has Department -
Hole in One Tournament ($187)) a result of its mastering near-perfection, the 19-man Under the revised regula- of Defense approval

and from the sale of refreshmentsat squad appeared in the Gator James Cunningham, Joseph Hal- tions, medical expenses inci- but committee spokesmen doubted -
Armed Forces Day open house Bowl prior to the Bears-Redskins dent t6 such pregnancy cases if favorable action would be
are included in the NAS Jax football game last Saturday."A liday, David Weaver, John Sch- -including antepartum, delivery taken.
total. DREAM turned reality," airer. Jerry Edison, John Wilson, and postpartum costs-
UNITS LISTED under NAS Jax: are the words of Lcdr. William Carl Cramer, Richard Cannon, will be defrayed by the gov- Also little hope was offered for

daring the campaign, In additionto Highsmith, Training Officer of Clayton Tess, Stephen Moore, ernment. a peacetime veterans' G. I. Bill te
the Station itself, were Com- Aviation Electrician's Mate Ronald Miara, Donald Kruger, This is not retroactive in provide peacetime veterans with
NabSix, Naval Air Mobile Train- School, Class "A." Charles Roan, Thomas Brook- cases existing prior to July benefits available to WWII and
ing Detachment, Disease Vector It was the arrival of James (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 4)) 28th. Korea veterans.
Control Center, Naval Training Fike, ADI, former Drill Captainf
Devices Center, Marine Barracks, the squad at NATTCenter,Nor-
Navy Fuel Depot, Household man, 6kla., that set the gears in y
Goods Field Office, Navy Ex- motion, and soon the group was

change, Navy Area Audit Office, in action. '
Commissary, Field IntelligenceOffice Each afternoon the men turn
Area Wage and Classification out for their one hour-and-a-half ft* .4 > j
: .
Office and 6ND Print Shop. instruction and drill, regardlesswhat .,',' jJli C.A C.-?
Amount of contributions and the weather may bring. ',' ;:{'.l>'jT./r''J": : .
percentages for each participating Broiling sunshine or slanting '
activity were as follows: rains fail to dampen their spirits. 'at ij,1 ',, tok. :
J" ;
FLEET AIR Detachment, Jax, EVEN WITH this, each man .,.,.. / ,, ,,
$2,103.91 for 525%; NAS Cecil knows full well that he must :
(Please turn to Page 6, CoL 5)) maintain a 70 average in schoolor
be dropped. This sets a highly
Kemper, Mayefskie In competitive (Standard among the f' .
AE Graduation SpotlightSharing team, and among those awaiting '

the limelight at last their chance.As .
Friday's graduation at Aviation a result of the rapid turn-
Electrician's Mate School, Class over in "A" Schools, there are S
"A," at NATTCenter were Paul now 23 men on the roster to fill

Kemper, AEMAN, of Palo Alto, the 17-man squad. Assisting Fikeas ,",
Calif. and Gerald Mayefskie, of Drill Master of the squad is ,,-" "" "",,,"'''''' ...: ,: ,-" ,',-"
Shenandoah, Pa. William Clark, AE2. GATOR BOWL PERFORMERS : The Navy Drill Team from the Naval Air Technical Training -
Kemper has been transferredto COMPRISING the unit are: Center comes to present arms for the presentation of colors prior to kickoff at last Saturday's
benefit professional football game between the Chicago Bean and Washington Redskins at the
Field William C. Goodrich Jr., James
FITRON 124, Moffet Gator Bowl. The 19-man squad. which came into being only two months ago, acted as honor guard
Calif., while Mayefskie is going Heffel, William Cooke, Edward for the colors. The drill team members have been participating In almost daily drills throughout__
to McGuire AFB, Trenton, N.J. Cavanaugh, Arthur Greringer, I the summer.



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NAS, JackwnvilU
Capt. James R. Reedy '"'' Commanding Officer
Capt. Grayston H. Weber. .... .. ......,.".. ...........,,.. Executive Officer
. NAB Six; fleet Air Jacksonville

Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig ,...,,...,..,....,.....,.,.....,.....,.,....,....,.,..,,..,,......,..... CommanderCapt.
George R. luker :............................................................ Chief of Staff, FairJax
Capt. Macpherson Williams ,.....,.,....,..,.....,..,.,....,................,.. Chief of Staff, NAB Six
Fleet Air Wing Eleven

Capt. Robert M. Milner ............................................................................ Commander
Capt. Charles L. lambing ,.....,..................,.................................. Chief Staff Officer
. Naval Ar! Technical Training Center
Comdr. Robert J. Fleming ..........I.!.......................................:... Commanding Officer
Comdr. Gerald R. Pearson ....?.......,.............................................. Executive Officer
Naval Hospital _
Capt. Alton C. Abernethy ..."................................................... Commanding Officer
Capt. John G. Feder ........................................................................ Executive Officer

Capt. F. H. Holt ...........,.,.......................................................... Commanding Officer
Comdr. William E. Hardy ................................................................ Executive Officer

Printed commercially with appropiated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at no
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P.95 Rev. July 1958. ) .. ,. ..A
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville. v t p : .\ ;'

Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air da' _. .... ..., .{iY..Udrfmt ik+}+;'tt.6Ja .tw+. .w.+. .,.. ...... ...,.,.... ...............a
Reserve Training Unit and the U.: S. Naval Hospital. :N4Iom.'M""KNdW= <>>"':* JI -'*"" 1P wmaiJ.tai0.M4Y{-
landing aboard the USS Roosevelt was well celebrated -
Service Information Officer ............ ... CELEBRATED EVENT 87,000th arrested
............ Comdr. D. H. Epperson Turnover with the USS Saratoga at Poll.l1fa Bay, MaJorca last month. Comdr.
Assistant Service Information Officer .................... Andrew H. Planey WillIam during J. Gray, (second Day from left) skipper of Attack Squadron 15, who made the landing, Is Join-
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters-Alba Paterson; Ron Davis, AN; Gene ed for cake-cul1ing ceremonies by Comdr. H. W.Foote, (second from right) commanding officer of I
Hogan, JOSN. Staff VA-35 to the Mediterranean
Photographer-Joseph O'Brien. PH3. VA-3S, the "Sara's" ADS squadron. Members of VA-15 welcomed
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material "five days late" with turnover report, cake, coffee and the promise to resurn| "on j f" Others In
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs, picture are Comdr. J. C. Donaldson, (left) CAG-1 and Comdr. L. B. McCuddin, ( ) CAG-3.
unless otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy Photographs.

Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone extensions REPORTS VA-15 ._ .
8164, 656, 272 or 216. ADULTS NEEDEDBY

Health Insurance For leaders are urgently

needed to help carry on the Successful EnjoyableAttack
work of Explorer Post 131, ,

sponsored by NAS Jax.Here's .
Seen SafeUnless
Employees Squadron 15, a component of Air Group One,
a ,wonderful chanceto is back at its NAS Jax home in Hangar 114 fresh from more

something drastic happens which right now is practice leadership of and assist than six-months deployment in the Mediterranean.While .
not anywhere near visible in the ball a group teen-age boys.- aboard the USS Roose-
crystal the much-
Anyone wishing to help a place of intense quiet; no cars,
talked about Government employee health insurance bill should contact Comdr. James velt on the lengthy tour, VA15'sValions Vespas or children playing in the

will be put into law as of next July- 1. Mullins at extension 8527. set many enviable rec- streets, only boats, business and
The situation never seamed ords. The outfit is led by Comdr.
brighter than it does at this point, along with the Senate in approving William J. Gray. I romance.
with all sides a 50-50 split of the cost between thesquadron's THE FDR carried its complement -
concerned appar- Boys Needed To Fill Up VALION aviators, flying I
; the Government and its to Athens, Greece, in May,
ently reaching accord. prop-driven
: Hanks Of Cub Pack 131
where the famous Acropolis was
THE SENATE okayed the bill Skyraiders made the 84,000th,
NAS Jax-sponsored Cub Scout visited. VA-15 Valions witnessthe
sometime 'ago and the House Post Although the benefits to be ob- 86,000th 'and 87,000th landings .
Pack 131 is due to recharter next Parthenon, Amphithea
Office and Civil Service Committee tainable under this program are aboard the Roosevelt. Lts. R. A.
month and has vacancies for some Temple of the Winged Victc
last week unanimously ap- still cloudly, the situation as regards Massey and A. R; Ashworth and I
25 boys between ages of eight and Temple of Zeus.
proved the measure, which will premiums is a lot clearer the squadron's skipper set these
cover Federal employees and now. The House group set mini- and ten-and-one-half. respective marks. Two noted visitors, Crown'

their families. mum employee premium pay- All boys of this age group, Jiving i Only five pilots on the depoy- Prince Constantine of Greece and

Next course of action seems to ments to make sure the Govern- in Dewey Park, Azalea Trailer ment made as many as 100 landings Rear Admiral Arleigh A. Burke,
be to introduce the bill before : Park or aboard the Station, and four of these were from Chief of Naval Operations, made
ment will
be forced to match
the entire House, which looks like contributions with Cubbing experience or not, are VA-15.. Joining the "Centurion calls on the FDR.
it'll be in session throughout remainder enough moneyto invited to join ranks of the Pack. Club" were Comdr. Gray, Lts! Admiral Burke, in fact, was

of the long, hot sums give fairly substantial health For more information, contact Ashworth and Massey and Lcdr. aboard when Lt. Massey made
insurance benefits to the em- VA-15 executive of- the 84,000th landing on the ship
mer.At Price at extension 8177 or EV- H. H. Rupp,
the rate the measure is finally I ployees and-their families 9-9544. ficer. and congratulated the VA-15 pi-

hitting home in the mindsof Another milestone was passedby lot.

legislators, it looks like the V A15.when. on a hazy evening Next port on the agenda was
lower body may approve the bill + w at sea, an AD6 jockeyed by Lt Livorno, in Italy. The Italian Na-

this week and send it to the (jg) G. F. Udall made the 3000th val Academy and Naval War Col-

President for his almost certain Carrier i Controlled ApproachCCA lege are situated there. VA-15

OK.BENEFITS ( ) landing aboard the FDR. personnel took in'the Sixth Won-

from the health insurance CCA IS A radar/talk down der of the World, the famed

bill will not be as largeas method of landing aircraft aboarda Leaning Tower of Pisa, located

Government employees had carrier and enables squadronsto near Livorno.

originally expected' however. conduct Air Operations in inclement PALERMO, Sicily,. was next for
The House committee changed weather conditions as the "Ambassadors of Good Will.

several, aspects of the more expensive low as 200 feet ceiling and/or Many men visited the Catacombsand

Senate-sponsored legis- one-half mile visibility. Monte Pellagrino while in
lation. It did not set forth maxi- First port of call for the Roo- that area.
mum proposed benefits and it sevelt and her includ-
squadrons, Barcelona, Spain and Palma,
took heart to Administrationpleas ing VA-15, after leaving here Majorca were also visited. The

that the Senate version February 13 was Naples. Whilein latter is ,a place m u c h sought-
would cost m u c h, too m u c h the Italian city two treks to after by tourists for its many

money.In +t+ R:, Rome were made. bargains and fine entertainment.
drawing up contracts with The Valions
especially enjoyeda
< All in all the Valions
various health groups and insur- kLt March visit to Cannes, on the with
other squadrons and shipson
companies, the Civil Serv-
French Riviera. A few blocks I
} ; ?:.. ,}?+'' the deployment, had a successful
ice Commission will probably be f t& } :o y '
settle for ...,....,V empowered to premium
the and
fine hotels restaurantsthat
NATTC EPIDEMIC HALTED Shown above is small por- despite being away from loved
payments of,from $3 to $4.25 biweekly
married tion of the 1300 AE (A) School and galley personnel who received have made that part of the ones and friends for so long a
for employees prophylactic treatment last Friday as a "strep" throat country a world meeting place period.
and $1.25 to $1.75 bi-weekly from epidemic hit NATTCenter. To help (hi evaluating the outbreak, and fun palace.
sigle workers. an epidemllogical team from Norfolk was dispatched here. It's TOULON, the chief French
THE HOUSE group has gone anticipated that more units will be given treatment to prevent TARTAR TO JOIN FLEET
port of the Mediterraneanwas
future outbreaks of this disease. Tartar, Navy's supersonic surf-
traveled visited in early April. Genoa,
Total milage by com- '
home of Christopher Columbusand ace-to-air guided missile, is now
mercial vehicles is said to be almost CPO Wives Set Dance Class in
the largest sea port in Italy, full production and will join
as much as that traveled by was next stop. the Fleet
Registrations are being taken next year as primary
passenger cars yet commercial tion. For more information, con- While in the of shops
for Fall Dancing Classes spon- city armament of guided missile destroyers -
vehicles are involved in only one- sored by the CPO Wives Club. tact Jean LeCompte at EV 4-3055 green parks and long tunnels, a now being built.

fifth of the fatal accidents. Classes, which started yeterday Monthly meeting of the CPO tour to Venice was made, coin-
Loss of license, and possibly (September 9) are in modern, Wives Club is slated for Sep- ciding with the feast of St. Mark, The missile will also. be used

livelihood, is a. powerful deterrent Jazz, Hawaiian, tap and ballet. tember 13 at 2000 at the CPO Patron Saint of Genoa. as secondary armament on three

to membership in the Luckless Site of the classes is 612 Jason Club. New officers will be elect- Impressions carried back by guided missile cruisers .under

Legion. street, aboard the Naval Air Sta- ed. men of VA-15 think of Venice as conversion.


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10 September 1959 JAX AIR NEWS ,Page 3

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Seven newcomers checked July

27: David Steven, to Robert Car-

te, AC1, and Mrs. Carte; Ben-

jamin Grady, to William Bur-

chette, AN, and, Mrs. Burchette;
i.' '< r Randall James to James Carter

bra AMI and Mrs. Carter; David

t Mark, to Floyd Oulton AM3, and
Mrs. Oulton; Larry Douglas, to
Larry Filkins, AM3 and Mrs.

Filkins; Bruce Allan, to Charles

yr Harris, AE2, and Mrs. Harris, and
Kimberly Marie ,to David Clark,

AN, and Mrs. Clark.

July 28 the department wel-

comed Deborah Lynn, to Kyle
White, AE2, and Mrs. White; Lucy
SAFETY SUPPLIES SHOWN IN SHOWCASE :Designed by Z. B. Corbin. Quarterman of 8100 Branch of NAS Jax Overhaul AMH3
Amber to Lloyd Colson,
and Repair Department' Planning Division, this four-view showcase displays a variety of safety equipment employed by O&R em- ,
ployees. Highlighted is prescription and non-prescription glasses, face shields and safety shoes (left panel) plastic boots protectivehats and Mrs. Colson; Deborah Louise,
I and asbestos clothing, (panel iwoi) an emergency oxygen respirator pack and non-sparking tools, (panel three) and an explosive to Richard Jordan, FN, and Mrs.
gas reading meter and asbestos gloves. The exhibit, presented in a safety conference recently by E. G. Shuttle, Leadingman at O&R'IPlanning Jordan; Joanne Lynne to Jerome
Division is now on display in lobby of Building 101 and will be circulated through all O&R shopl.Scouting Ganich and Mrs. Ganich, and

Holly Ann'to Charles Stout, YN1,

I I I Stuck With 48-Star Flag II Navy, Wives and July Mrs.29 Stout.was a busy day, with

births of John Dee, to John
Wondering what to do with isting stocks are exhausted.To .
Shaw, USA Ret and Mrs. Shaw;
VAP-62 that outmoded 48-star flag? destroy the National Col- Corner' ; Samuel Jack III, to Samuel Miller -
Heavy Photo Squadron 62's If your flag is still service- ors merely because they only and Mrs. Miller
Jr. MM2
Detachment 12 in the Azores able, don't throw it away. The have 48 stars would not only Navy Wives Club No. 86 met Robert Wayne, to Kenneth Weg-

reports satisfactory accomplishment only time a flag is destroyed is be improper but in the strict- in the Dewey Park Clubhouse ner, ADJ3, and Mrs. Wegner;
in connection with the great to prevent capture by the enemy est interpretation, would be in
September 2 for its bi-monthly Rena Louise, to James Reaves,
number of projects assigned them. or when it is no longer a violation of the United States
meeting. MMC, and Mrs. Reaves; ,
The surprise orders received by fitting emblem for display. Code. to Joseph Osterhout, BM2 and
the detachment's assistant of- With i limited t exceptions, And what happens to Old Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Osterhout; Gary Buchanan

.ficer-ln-charge, Lcdr. Jenkins, agencies of the Federal gov- Glory when it does finally Mesdames Thomas Bennett, Wil- to Gary Anderson, SM2, and Mrs.
threw a new element into play ernment will continue to dis- I wear out? It should be destroyed lie Canaday and Donald Kubi- Anderson; Donna Elizabeth to
there. play the 48-star variety of Old with due reverence, In
AN and Mrs.
siak. Mrs. Donald Ellsworth was Freddie Samples,
Lcdr. Jenkins, who is due to Glory as long as they are. in private, preferably by burn- .Samples and Robin Lynn to'
club member. ;
be relieved by Lt. Gene Dotson good condition and until ex- ing. sworn in as a new; Capt. and Mrs. Robert Nelson.

Sept. 11, will go to Communications Monthly award party at the
"School at Newport R. I. and Naval Hospital was held Tuesday Born on July 30 were: Teresa

after eight weeks there will assume NAS Jax' Weather Office with Mrs. Robert Miller in Lynn, to Herman Hell, AE2, and
duties as CommunicationsOfficer charge of arrangements.Next Mrs. Hell; George Martin, to
George Edwards, AD2,; and Mrs.
at NAS Port Lyautey. meeting of the Club i is
Edwards; Charles Lee, to Ken-
Morocco.: Ranks Excellent NavywideThe scheduled September 16 at the
neth Johnson, SN ,and Mrs.
Lt (jg) and Mrs. .Duane Cox Clubhouse. All wives of enlisted
celebrated birth of their first Officer maintained 24- and Marine Johnson; Jacqueline, to Jesse
NAS Jax Meteorological a men of the Navy and Nickerson
Nickerson, TN, Mrs. -
child September 4. The girl, hour program of more than 4300 observations from January Corps are invited. Shirle Machell, to Billy
Terry Lynn, weighed in at seven ;
pounds, four ounces. through June of this year. feet is published for the jet pilot Two inebriates lost their way. Hayes, SN, and Mrs. Hayes; Pat-

The 's qua d r 0 n congratulatesLcdr. The observations consisted of to study for his clearance. Said one: "We must be in a cem- ricia Marie, to Charles Player;

Sheridan, Lt. Dotson and more than 90 elements with less And to prove that the Navy etery; there's a gravestone. 'SHCS, and Mrs. Player; Tony
than 1.9 cent of error, plac- I Allen to Clarence Jarrell, SN
Lt. designated Photo match and
Rogers, Weather System keeps abreast of The other lighted a
local weather office in and Mrs. Jarrell and Shellin
the ,
Plane Commanders. "Yeah and he lived to
this modern world, there's evena replied: ,
Welcomed to the outfit this the Excellent class Navywide. old 128." Diane, to Glenn Martin, AN, and
map to tell how much rain we the ripe age of
week are: chief T. F. Bauder SOME INTERESTING changes would get if it does rain.Cecil's "What's his name?" Mrs.
and J. R. Morris, SN. have been made to the Facsimile "Miles, from New York." Four deliveries were made Au
System of weather map repro- just 3: Robert Leon, to A2C W.
ductions received by the Jax VA-34 Then there's the one about the Wise and Mrs. Wise; Alva Marie,

BC-BS Payment office from Joint Weather Analysis man who rushed into a bar and to; Richard Caldwell, YN2, and

Due Sept 1415Blue Center at Washington, D. C. First Atlantic yelled "Fire!" VIrs. Caldwell; Rene, to ThomasL&Combe

The impact of jet aircraft on Everybody did.CHEESECAKE. AM2, and Mrs. LaCombe -
Cross-Blue Shield pay- the weather system has caused OutfitVA34 'and Kim Joyce, to James
ments are due next Mondayand these changes in the Facsimile Bullpup < Brown, AT2, &nd Mrs. Brown.
Tuesday, Sept. 14-15. It's s.V .' V Xi
imperative that subscribers on System, which is the main source of Cecil Field, first air- August 4 was birthday of Mary

duty make their monthly pay- of weather data for the Jax faci- craft squadron in the Sixth Fleetto <4. ? Patricia, to Lt. and Mrs. William

ment on these dates. lity.A be equipped with Bullpup mis- Nevius; Sharon Elaine, to Bob
Official leave records indi- MAP indicating turbulenceand siles, is aboard the carrier Sara- Crook, AM2, and Mrs. Crook;
cate that many Station BC-BS high clouds above 30,000 feetis toga enroute to the Mediterranean. -.VX. Michael Scott, to Paul Sullivan,
subscribers are taking unfair now being received and the TD1, and Mrs. Sullivan, and David -
advantage of the double bill- winds aloft for the aviator are Bullpup is the Navy's newest Thomas, to Clyde Owens, RMI

ing privilege.It's now plotted from the surface up operational guided missile, an and Mrs. Owens.

to be understood that to 60,000 feet. air-to-surface weapon designedfor Six births were recorded Aug.

the double billing feature is a Among other charts are the close ground support. The old 5. They were: Edward Ray

courtesy extended to subscribers vorticity and vertical velocity squadron flies A4D aircraft capa- Jr. to Edward Winstead,. AD3,
on official annual or sick maps, which define the movement ble of carrying three missiles and Mrs. Winstead; Brian Keith,

leave, TAD or such. of air particles up and each. to Darwyn Simpson, AB2, and
Continued abuse could resultin down through the atmosphere.An The Bullpup is already opera- i'4&x Mrs. Simpson; Vickie Lynn, to

cancellation of this privi- additional at 30,000 tional in the Pacific-based Sev- Sgt. Cockayne and Mrs. Munsan
lege. map enth Fleet aboard the carrier x Cockayne; Arthur Craig 1 to

Marines Start ProgramFor Lexington with VA-212. Comdr. and Mrs. Gordon Brown;

BOB HOPE HONOREDBob The missile was developed by baby girl to Ronald Michalski,
Hope received one of the Career Lawyers I the Navy and the Martin Com- %. s fb' AK3, and Mrs.. Michalski, and a
Washington (AFPS) In a I pany. The Air Force recently announced girl to Newman Fink, AN, and
Navy's highest honors when Sec- to solve its shortage of
move its intention of using the Mrs. Fink.
retary William B. Franke pre- lawyers, the Marine Corps has Bullpup.] August 6 saw arrival of James
Meritorious adopted a in which Reg-
the program
sented him William, to William Olivey, AE2,
Citation last ular officer lawyers, previously
Public i Service
and Mrs. Olivey; a girl to Capt.
month. rotated between law and line
and Mrs. Edward Gund; a baby
Presentation was made on flight duties, will carry primary law is no record of military girl; to T/Sgt. and Mrs. James
MOSs and will be assigned
deck of the support carrier York- con- personnel stationed aboard NAS 3-D Obvi- orgenson; a boy to Lt (jg) and
town,which was at Seattle, Wash. tionuously to legal duties. Jax being involved in any motor ouily.ready for a dip, willowy Mrs. Richard Butler; boy to John
for a Fleet Week celebration. The program also provides for Kathleen Hughes tests the water Armstrong, ATC3, and Mrs.Armstrong -
vehicle accidents over the Labor temperature. She was named
integration into the Regulars of a ; a boy to Lcdr. James
Daffynishuns: North Africa limited number of active and inactive Day weekend according to Se- "First Hollywood 3-D Cheesecake press correspondents. Girl" by- Cowart, and baby boy to Lt. and

Texas with Arabs. duty Reserve officers. curity Office officials. Mrs. Raymond Donnelly.



Page__4 ________________JAX AIR NEWS _ 10_September_ 1959_

Don't Know When To Quit

Inquisitive Fools

Sunday, September 10

These Scribes' Can BeTh 0830 ALL Senrke SAINTS'of CHAPEL Worship-

; JaxAir News last week- School three-
Sunday ,
few feet, I'm doing okay un- -
ascended into the Florida skies adults Build-
through ,
til my helpers turn loose. Somehow -
aboard Canada's newest aircraft. of Worship,
I begin to lean to starboard. }sing 722; Service
Only hours later, the same reporter Beatty.
With a splash, I am no longer Chaplain
was underwater in full
1100-Service of Worship.
guided by my friends, nor the
diving gear. 1830 Teenage Fellowship,
ladder. So helplessly, I submergeinto '
"t 1 :4
How does it feel to wear the the water.I : Small Chapel; Senior-High Fel-

heavy diving helmet, the belt of \ lowship, Building 722.
can't feel the water as
lead, the size 18 shoes? Is all 1930-United Fellowship of
enter it, but am aware that I'm
this gear necessary, and why? Protestants, Building 722.
being surrounded by water because -
How does a diver breathe under-
my legs and thighs feel as
though they're in a clamp.
To obtain answers to these 0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass.
AS SOON as I am fully under-
questions, Air News Staffer Gene
water, I stare out the small port-
Hagan, .JOSN, ..volunteered ..to ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL
I hole as thousands of tiny bubbles
make a descent into muddy Naval Hospital
I rise in front of me. I have no
depths of the St. John's River
I 0630-Sunday Mass.0930Protestant .
complaints, just so long as I can
and tell us move by move what; Service.

it's like. + .
see.At this point, I am drifting, 4..k'

First step in preparing to dive downward-seemingly, mile after m_____ _m_ Contract
after arriving 'at the NAS Jax mile of nothing but dense black-* HE'LL GET STRAIGHT SKINNY To get on-the-spot Jet Engine

boat dock is to slide into the ness. Who said the St. John's was coverage of underwater affairs, Jax Air News reporter Gene Awarded By NavyA

diving suit, made of vulcanized less than 25 feet deep at foot of Hagan, JOSN, (left) prepares for dive into muddy. St. John's
sheet rubber between layers of the ? With each "mile" I River as James Vincent, EN2, and Joe Gibson, EM3 lace 18. contract amounting to $23.5
cotton twill, about the thicknessand pound shoes. The reporter is probably the first Navy journalistto million for further developmentof
drift, an hour seems to pass. "go: below" in 200-pound deep sea diving gear For move-by- the J-52 turbo-jet engine has

flexibility of a new heavy- But the yellowish water begins move scoop underwater, he carries proverbial pad and pencil, been awarded to Pratt & Whit-
truck inner tube.I .
duty naturally.
to darken until I'm wonderingwho ney Division of United Aircraft
HAVE to enter through a it was that turned out the Corp., the Navy Department recently -

neck opening, only one in the lights. Now dark water turns Wheeler NamedTo announced.
suit, with' exception of a pair of blacker. Capt.
even The J-52 engine is being devel-
hand openings. Assisting are Joe
TRYING to eliminate a slight oped jointly by the Navy and Air
Gibson, EM3, and James Vincent,
headache, I semiconsciously find Steer Funds BodyCapt. Force for use in aircraft and
EN2, along with Hubert Davis,
myself fidgeting with the air missile systems. Although design
control valve with my left hand, Kenneth R. Wheeler, NAS Jax Supply Officer, and performance specificationsare
Taking a seat on a small, metal and continually pushing the air was elected permanent chairman of the Local Federal Plan still classified, the new engine -

bench, Gibson and Vincent fita exhaust valve with my chin. The Coordinating Committee for Fund Raising at a meeting last will be in the intermediate
metal breast plate over neckof '
chiefs cautious instructions on aboard the Station. thrust class.
the suit, with assistance of operating the exhaust valve Thursday to administer the Federal service Work under the contract is being -

chief Davis, who is also busy seemed to have been forgotten. Capt. Wheeler represents Com- fund raising policy and programat done at the Pratt-Witney

indoctrinating me on the gear and mander Naval Air Bases Sixth the community level
Finally, I feel a thud, and the West Palm Beach, Florida, Fa-
.. diving procedures.One "falling" sensation ceases. Lack- Naval District and the entire local IT IS TO maintain an under- cility.

kneeling at each side, Gib- ing enough equilibrium to remainon Naval establishment on the standing partnership with all rec-

son and Vincent, guide my feet my feet, I begin to list to committee, which Is composed of ognized voluntary health and I
into the shoes. Man, are those port. welfare agencies through a Civic

things big and plenty heavy Since it's impossible for me to representatives of 17 Federal Advisory Group made up of lay

They say these "clodhoppers"are see a thing, and it's not exactly agencies in Duval County. leaders outside the Federal gov-

designed for endurance, con- comfortable down here, I reach ELECTED to other posts were ernment representing each groupof

spicuously not for hiking. Brass for the life line and give three Richard,A. Gaunt, Jr of the Post recognized voluntary organi-

caps cover the toes, and soles; sharp tugs, which means I'm Office Dept., temporary vice- zations.

are of wood with lead plates rivi- ready to return to the surface. chaiman; Leonard Eubanks, NAS The President's Committee on

ted to them. Each boot weighs THE AIR hoses and ropes Jax Industrial Relations Officer, Fund Raising within the Federal -
about 18 pounds. Service has directed immediate
and Lt. Col. KennethW.
tighten and pull me to my feet, secretary,
Now, Vincent and Gibson pick and I begin ascension to the top. Kennedy, Army Corps of formation of such local coordinating .:: "

up a belt, which, like every The return trip doesn't seem to Engineers, treasurer. committees in all communities -

other piece of gear, has already, take as long. where total military and civilian -
of this committee
I Purposes are
been carefully laid out. It is a Foot by foot, as I come out of population working for the

solid piece of heavy leather about the water, the heavier the suit government is 5,000 or more, or
five inches wide, studded with TIDE TABLE. two or more Federal installations,
grows, until its 200 pounds seem ,-,,,, ,,,,,, ,,-,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,, _
agencies or activities are invol- ;;;; '' : >>:>:"" "X"''''': 4IR'-.n
lead billets its entire length. to triple. HIGH LOW

The belt alone weighs about 85 Quite an experience, but leave AM PM AM PM ved.REPRESENTED Higginbotham

pounds, and it is a two-man job the underwater work to the div- Fri. 2:25: 3:03: 8:38: 9:30: at Thursday'smeeting
were: Navy,, Army, Air HigginbothamCops
to lift it and sling it around the
ers. We news hawks are too Sat. 3:31: 4:08: 0:44: 10:31: Force Post Office
Dept., Trea-
"chicken" to have diet of
a steady
AS THEY busily pass two stout this. I Sun. 4:35: 5:07: 10:44: 11:24: sury Dept., Federal Aviation Supply
Agency Veterans Administration
leather straps from the belt -
Dept. of Commerce, Dept.of .
across the I
breastplate, begin to Honor TitleThomas
doubt wisdom of the whole thing. Health, Education and Wel-
fare, Dept. of Labor, Federal
I'm not round shouldered
now, Higginbotham Jr., of
I will be the rest of my life. Housing Administration, Interstate Household Goods Section, NASJ
Commission, Selective
Chief Davis proceeds to show me Service System, Railroad Re- a x Supply Department, has
location of a valve which con- F 3 been chosen "Supply Personalityof
tirement Board, General Service
trols amount of air admitted to \dministration the Month" for September.
: Dept. of Agri-
the suit. Since I can't see the culture. Higginbotham has displayed a

valve, he guides my hand to it. $. Civic Advisory Group repre- high degree of initiative and skillin

He also explains operation of an sentatives included people from carrying out his responsibilities -

air exhaust valve on right side Community Chest-United Fund, as inspector of household
of the helmet.
Red Cross, and National Health goods shipments.

WITH A LOUD racket, air : Agencies. His thoroughness and sincere

starts gushing into the helmet, as ; ; devotion to duty have been sig-

the chief turns a valve. The rush 4.2acae' ,Marine Career Wives nificant factors in improving the

of air intensifies as the face plateis performance of contractors in

slammed shut. Set Monday Gathering the Jax area in handling house-

Next step is to proceed to side : The Marine Career Wives Club hold goods of Navy and Marine

of the boat. With a slight lunge Mid is scheduled to meet next Mon- personnel..

forward, I find top part of my day (Sept. 14)) at 2000 in the Native of Callahan, Higgin-

body quite willing to go, but not home of the president, Mrs. Le- botham started his Civil Service

so far the "footsies." But with land Lyons, 5228 Sunderland Rd. career in April 1945 as a classi-

considerably more effort, my m.m..mm............. This will be a "Get Acquainted" fied laborer. He entered the Army
right foot begins to move forward "IT'S WORTH 300 DOLLARS'? Says Ralph Tompkins, meeting and plans for future in 1946 and returned to Supply

t' slowly. Feeling like an old, (right) as he shows Capt. Thomas B. Haley, NAS Overhaul and meetings will be formulated.All in April 1947.

old man, I shuffle a few steps to Repair Officer, small nozzle control gauge which won a Beneficial wives of enlisted Marine
Suggestion award for Tompkins. A tool for measuringcross
side of the YSD. Don't
personnel give
shaft twist F8U and F4D J57 aircraft engines, the instru- are cordially invited. up, men. The enlisted -
FACING INWARD and fumb- ment facilitates inspection of afterburner exhaust nozzle control Further information may be obtained man always has the last

ling my way down the ladder a without removing engine from airframe. by calling SP-1-4474. word: "Yes, sir."

10 September 1959
:JAX AIR NEWS paw 5Servicemen

[ Get Acquainted With It

Take ActivePanAm Station (jolf Course Is

\ RoleChicago Place For a aatIonThe

(AFPS) Among the

2,200 athletes who invaded this Naval Air Station abounds with facilities for the

city for the third PanAmericanGames physical training, recreation and welfare of .personnel. stationed

were representatives of 25 here.Of .
North and South American na- the vast number of recrea- of money to play the game

tions.In. tional facilities, the Station is The financial aspects of play- .

the first such international I. probably proudest of Its well- ing the Station links are no

competition to be held'' in the kept, rugged and lengthy 18- stumbling block for anyone, including -

the U.S. since the 1932 Olympic hole, 6,618-yard golf course. the lowest rated airman.
Meagre greens fees are chargedfor
G a m e s, championships were THE FIRST links built on the
awarded in track and field bas- upkeep of the course.A .
Station was not like the present
small is
monthly rate chargefor
ketball, swimming, boxing, gym- facility, known throughout the to
those wishing join the club.
nastics and weightlifting, to men- Southeast for its beauty and its
Officers chief officers
petty ,
tion only a few of the events. adverse feelings for par-busting.
guests, dependents
Bolstering the U.S. teams were
A make-shift nine-hole all have different
course monthly
following of the Armed
was carved out of a wildernessin rates.
Forces selected after competingin
Pan-Am tryouts. 1944. As the Station grew, so MONTHLY FEES for enlisted

Nary \ did the golf course until it spreadto personnel are $2.50, while the rate
its current size. for chief petty officers is $3.75.
Track and Field: Lew Steigletz
; ; The golf course is open to all Officers fees are $5.00 per month.
Swimming: Jeff Farrell and Wal-
active duty personnel and depen- Daily greens fees for non-
ter Rose; Fencing: Gene Margoil-
dents along with retired military members are 75 cents for enlist-
lis, Roland Womdick, Joe Poletta
personnel and their dependentsand ed men, one dollar for chiefs. and
and Alphonse Morales Pentathlon
; uniformed Red Cross per- $1.50 for officers.
: Robert Beck; Baseball: ________
f sonnel. These prices are also for dependents -
Charlie Davis Tennis
; : Mike
OTHERS authorized to play its according to rate or
Franks Rowing: Harry Parker
; ;
rank of the
wellmanicured dependents military
long fairways and -
Pistol: Gaspar DeFino; Skeet

Shooting: Ken Pendergras of -"'_. ___._ _,.. _or _. .&, greens are foreign persons on I sponsor.Main for couI'lSeaboard
a golf
active duty with units of the reason
VW-4 and Carl Helton. REPRESENT JAX LINKS The golfing quintet pictured establish-
Marines here will represent Jax Navy in the Sixth Naval District Tour- U.S. Armed Forces; veterans' any military
Track and Field: Al Cantello nament scheduled for Sept. 15.18 at NAS Pensacola. They won hospitalized in the Naval Hospital ment is to provide relaxation and
berths by posting the lowest scores in recent qualifying roundsat and civilian employees of Defense recreation for all who wish to
Bob Gardner and Alex Brecken- the local greensward. Front row (left to right) John Kerr Dept. under official orders use its facilities. And that's

ridge; Basketball; John Sullivan; and Ray Barnett, Open Division entrants. Rear, Tom Lux (Sen. and quartered on the Station.In exactly what this course is here
Boxing: Charles Brown, Richard iors Division), Bill Scarbrough and Cal Floyd, Open Division. for.
Gilford, Lewis Moses and Amos Absent is George Mullins (Seniors), addition, certain civilian em-
Johnson. ployees of the Station are au-

Air Force St 'SJAAIRV thorized to play the course. Archery Range

Track and Field: William Del- Who uses the golf course? As Located Here

linger, Max Truex, Clifton Cush- UflUT far as enlisted: ranks are con-

man and Eddie Southern; Basket- cerned, not enough. The main Having SuccessThe

ball: Bob Jeangerard; Boxing 1 : reason, or reasons, for enlisted Station Archery Range, on

Bobby Foster, Dean Harrison and personnel shying away from the the corner of Allegheny street
Howard Smith Soccer Ronald : :.{ Ar : links here is probably the fact
; : and Swan road, is enjoying a suc-
Coder; Volleyball: Neil Eldridge, they do not possess golf equip- cessful rebirth.

I Charles Nelson, Jacob Highland Fliers Win Regionals; ment to a great extent. The grounds, dormant for a

and John Gray; Fencing: Henry THIS IS actually a poor ex- long spell)] until recently, are

Kolowrat; Yachting: Richard cuse, though. Golf professional undergoing steady improvement,
\' Stub Toes In Jack Harvey, on duty at the
Tillman; Shooting: Arthur Cook. AllNavyThe including installation of "game"
Army clubhouse, has sets of clubs for targets set in natural habitat.

Basketball: Jack Adams and 1959 Sixth Naval Dis- sale at moderate prices. One of the most realistic archery .

Adrian Smith; Boxing: Norman trict and South Atlantic Reg- were: Al Claussen, Glynco; Bob Golf kits, with the basic amountof ranges in the south, it's open

Chambers, Willie Littles, Harry ional softball crowns are in Mellon, and Charles Rowland, clubs'needed, are available for seven days a week from 0830-

Campbell, Leslie Norris and Allen possession of the Jax Navy Key West; Glenn Mongeon, enlisted men to rent at 25 cents 1830 and offers free instruction to

Hudson; Gymnasts: Jamile Fliers following two success- Ben Thomas, and Sam Pansullo, per day. And, too, NATTCenter beginners.

Ashmore and Garland O'Quinn.A ful, whirlwind weeks of dia- Pensacola; Al Neuberger, Green Special Services has several sets Persons interested in archery

complete list of the Army mond play for the local nine. Cove Springs, and Wayne Camp- of clubs available for checking should contact K. C. Marks, AEC,

participants was not available. The Wave counterparts of the bell, Charleston. out.Golf at extension 653, or J. R. Bas-

Fliers, the Crackerjax, also cap- lessons or clinics are given sett at extension 8542.
tured the District toga, althoughnot 7 want a bottle of iodine. periodically, free to all who wishto

Navy TennismenLose having to fight for it becauseof "Sorry, but this is a drug store. partake of them. These are Non Pqreils/

lack of competition. Can't 1 interest in wrist open to enlisted men and women :
a you a Ft. Jackson, S.C., sports a hOlt
In Leech THE FLIERS, roaring throughthe watch, some leather go'ods, a jewradio' only. of top \notch athletes: Tommy
Regionals with an unbeaten ANOTHER reason enlisted men
Kearns, former North Carolina
parts or a toasted cheese
Cup SemiFinalsDavis tempo, lost in the semi-final may stay away from the courseIs basketball player who is
sandwich the fallacy that it costs lot
round of the All-Navy Tourna- under contract to the Syracuse

Cup star Barry McKay, ment. Both events were held at Nats of the NBA; Jackie Simpson -

doing his time for Uncle Sam, Naval Station Norfolk. .;: captain of Mississippi's '58
blasted four opponents off the First Flier failure came in a 13 r R winning Sugar Bowl football

inning battle with NAS North squad, who starred with Montrealin
court to win the Inter-service
Island with the Jax club losing, the Canadian league, last sea-
Tennis Championship without loss 3-2. DesLant's strong aggegatiun
son; Bob Brodhead, ex-Duke
of a set at Quantico Marine Base then eliminated the weary Fliers, quarterback under contract to the

last week. 8-6. Cleveland Browns, and former
Jax Navy overran the opposi- golfing from
Big surprise of the meet cam pro Tallahassee,
tion in the Regionals. They past- Fla.' John Perry Jr.
early in the week when a dark- ed NAS Corpus Christi, 8ND Lt. Daniel Puckel, international -

horse Marine team, led by Quan- champion, and dropped Dam rifle ace from Ft. Benning, Ga.,

tico's King Lambert, routed the Neck, Va. twice. L4< JLIF in competition at Fresno, Calif.,

defending Army squad then THE CRACKERJAX also wentto fired a kneeling 397 x 400 score

dumped Navy's highly rated the semi-finals of Regional I six points better than the world
play. The Norfolk Waves, ulti- record set in '58 Air Force
team for the Leech Cup, symbolicof mate winners, and Naval Station Academy recently copped the
team tennis in the
supremacy Philadelphia downed our local
c all-college invitational
Armed Forces. Navy had beaten gymnastics -
distafters. ____ championship, winding up
the Air
Norfolk's Waves went on to P the season with a dual meet
Wearing Navy flannels in the haul down the All-Navy flag. record of 6-4 .

Inter-service net meet were All- Final game of men's All-Navy ;.,

Navy champion Myron (Mike) competition involved North Island Heard this one recently?
Franks, 13th ranked in the US- and DesLant, both conquerors A
man came running into
LTA, of NorthLant; John Lesch, of Jax Navy. No results were i: f..f yr { bar, obviously highly upset and

28th ranked in USLTA play, of available at press time. ,-- ..,:.k. Pacific Coast Seth Peterson, of IN FLIER flannels
; Norfolkwere ed outside. Give "
WIN TOP TROPHY Heavy Photo Squadron 62 receded me a drink.
VF-124, and King Van Nostrand, : Earl Bishop, Walt Carney, a trophy symbolic of its, victory in this year's ComFalr Jax So the bartender handed hima
[of USS Vermillion. I Bob Hall, Gene Horton, Art New- Softball Tournament at a ceremony last week in the hangar drink for the lady. He quickly
Alternates were Dale Junta ofe :. man, Bernard Edwards and Dave area. Presenting the trophy to Lt (jg) Bill Penwell (right) the scoffed it down and
team's star hurler is Rear Admiral Kenneth ran, saying
Carlson. Craig, (left) Com
USS Hornet and Jerry "'
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville. Looking on in center is. VAP-62 1 can't stand seeing people
SouthLant and NAS Pensacola. Augmented from other teams commanding officer, Comdr. C. A. Hollinshead. v faint."

F -I---- -

8 SAX AIR NEWS 10 September 1959Navy's

I'' Temp. LDO


Program Reopened

have been re
Applications applicants is between 19 and 25 '
opened for appointment to as of July 1. For LDO (T) hope- \
commissioned status underthe
fuls, the top limit is 34 as of
Navy's Integration and July 1, with slight exception. .
Limited Duty Officer (LDO)
Eligibility requirements are
J dt?
Programs.Only contained in BuPers Instruction y .
personnel who took the '
written examination last June 15 1120.18F, to be issued in the near : ,t.;: '

are eligible for consideration, a future. q
BuPers spokesman has declared. or ,,\\ '
Navy correspondence courses as For Rent
programs were '
of preparation for officer hse. with
a part 3-Bdrm unfurn gar.
suspended while the Navy put in
its new officer appointment pro-. status will be important. Kit Equip. $100 per mo. 4652
Accuracy, completeness an d I Cates Ave. Timuquana Manor,
clarity will become extremely' 4 -
Ages for integration program c \4 kTt ( Ext. 789.
important in future "applications. Furn Apt. $70 per mo 4753

Results InContinued Outdated forms and failures to E Blanding Blvd.
fill out proper form completely For Sale
( from Page 1)) will reflect on the applicant's administrative t w \y _; 3-Bdrm 1959 hse. trlr. Auto.
Field, $1,654.25 for 165%; Naval abilities. it; "i "':i'>;i W;;''@ lllli"f washer. Take over pymt. Small

Station Mayport, $1,204 for 161%; LDO (T) applicants should TWENTY YEAR VETERAN Compiling 20-years total equity. Paul Lemaire. Ext 8100 or
NAS-FAD Sanford, $5,760.87 for stay in the normal path of advancement government service Dewey Freeman (left) of NAS Jax Overhaul 514. I
receives service lapel emblem
154%; Fleet Air Wing Eleven in their Con- and Repair Department,
from George Hentz, Supervisor Electrician, Freeman's superiorat 3-Bdrm furn hse. Oak floors.
$284 for 134%; NAS Jax, $3,147.85 .- duct marks and "associations"
of Plant Division. center.
Maintenance Branch _ _ Near school and shop
for 119%;MAD NATTC, $1,050for will both be considered in selec- FHA mtg. $1950 equity. Assume

113%; Navy Recruiting, $100 tion of candidates' I Employees To Get Flu Shots pymts. 5508 Norde Dr., Oak Hill.
fro 112%; Naval Hospital, $836.45 .- Miscellaneous I

for 111%; NATTC, $2,949.22for Drill Team (Continued from Page 1)) Couple to share home with, or
and 0800-1200 September 24;
103%; VP-18, $558 for 80%; First to receive shots
group widow. 4711
NAS Continued from 1)) Stragglers, 1300-1500 September rent rooms from,
( Page
Glynco, $3,878.82 for 62%; September 15 will be 0 & R
NARTU Jax, $349 for 55%; FAD bank, Marion Rackley, Robert 08001200and 24, and 0800-1200 and 1300-1500 Post St. EV 4-3440.
Department, reporting
Cecil Jarold Fish and James September 25."B" Swap Wanted-Airman, 13 mo.
Field Johnston
$1417.93 for 50%; 1300-1500 on that day and
Would like to
Marine Air Reserve Training Tucker. shift workers will report oblig. serv. swap
on September 16. with AN in Jax Duties include -
Detachment, $53.74 for 43%; The Gator Bowl event marked Public Works employees will Sept. 15 and 16 from 1445 to driver.area.TAD ashore
Florida Group-Atlantic Reserve first public appearance of the 1530.A ship's
report September 17 from 0800- when ship's in port.Jerald Purser,
Fleet, Green Cove, $1,060 for 43%; Group, although they did per-
1200 and 1300-1500 and just the
triedto Ave. Apt. 2.
Oreg. judge 1844 ,
Naval Station Green Cove, $200.36 .- form at the recent change of!
morning hours on September 18.
number divorcesby
reduce the of
for 33% and command at the Cen
; a voluntary ceremony
contribution by All Wives Clubof ter. SUPPLY DEPTi employees will puttng this sign in his office: DEWEY WAS FIRST ADMIRALThe
$100. get "shot" September 18 from "Meditate well before decidingto rank of Admiral was

For Sale: A folding bed bya 1300-1500 and 0800-1200 and divorce him, girls, for alimonyis created March 1, 1899, in a bill
Piped music into this Station'smess 1300150'September 22. little comfort on a cold night."
halls is another fine service lady that shuts up and looks Schedule for remainder of per e 0 passed by Congress. The Navy's

of you Special Services: like a couch (Wildtoood, N. J. iod is: Other departments, 0800- Said one casket to another: "Is first Admiral was Rear Admiral

Dept. Independent Record) 1200 and 1300-1500 September 23 that you coffin George F.. Dewey.I' .

\ .

I Schedule ofSpecialServicesActivities and Facilities, September 10-16,

I MOVIES Thursday Friday Saturday I Sunday Monday Tuesday WedneedayKAS

BId;. 812 1800-2000' 1800-2000 1800-2000 1900 Only 1900 Only 1800 Only 1800-2000
Inside The Oregon Trail Rabbit Trap.. Deep Six House Bo\t Shaggy Dog Cast A Long
Mafia' Shadow

Hospital 1900 Only 1900 Only 1800-2000 1400-1900 1900 Only 1900 Only 1900 Only
Here Come Jets Gigantis Inside Mafia Oregon Trail Rabbit Trap Deep Six House Boat

NATTCenter, Bldg. 563 1900 Only 1800-2000 140019001900. Only 1900 Only 1900 Only 1900 Only
Gigantis Inside The Mafia Oregon Trail Rabbit Trap Deep Six House Boat Shaggy Dog
_ _ _
I _
MAS Bid;. 3 OBU-2100' 0815.2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0815-2100 0815-:2100: 08152100IfATTCenter

,B14;. 5C3 I Og30-21oo OgS0-21oo 1300-2100 1300-2100 0130-2100 og30-2100 0830-2100

Hospital 0800-1800 Oaoo-USOO dOled 1300-1700 0800-1800 0800-MOO OaDolGOOLOUNGES.

_ _ _ _ _
NAB,Did;. HI 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100' 1400-2100 Closed 1000-2100 10004100tATTC.iit.r.

I f- _ _ _
,Bldg. 03
1800-2200 1800.2200 1300.2300 1300-2300 1&00-200 lSOQ..UOO 1100-2200

Blue Jackets Ian 2OO0-2fOO 2000-2400 2000-2400 2000-2400 2000.2400 1630-2400 2000

I _ Redcoats Redcoats John Jelinek Bingo
EL NAflCenl 1630-2300 1830-2300 1830-2300
1830-2300 1200-2330 1400-2330 .1400-2330

I EM, HARTU 1130-1300 11 0-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 Closed Closed 1130-1300
1630-2230 1630-2230 1630-2330 1630-2330' 1630-2230

NAS Outdoor Pools 1100-2000 1100-2090 1100-2000 1200-2000 1100-2000' 1100-2000 1100-2000

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

TTCenter Gym Open
1300-2100 1300-2100 1000-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100

I NASBowling 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
I 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100' 1730-2100 1730-2100

Tennis Courts (Navy Ex.) 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 06,00-Dark, 0600-Dark 0600.Dam: 0600-Dark 0600-Dark

Golf Course 0830-Dark 0830-Dark 073 -18oo 0800-1SOO-- 0830.Dark 0830-Dark 0830-Dart

Fish Camp 0800-% hr. 0800..v. hr. 0800hr.. 0800. hr. 080o-% hr.
Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Closed Closed

Robby Shop Bldg. 891 1400.2100 1400-2100 9900-2100 130\\>-2100 Closed Closed .1400-2100
Indoor BW'1mmIDsr B1d 81C 1600-2000 1600-2000 1130-2000 -. 1200-2000 1600..2000 1600-2000 1600-2000