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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 26, 1959
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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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Two Leave-


Periods Set



.I For Holiday .Jt1


Special holiday leave and .
liberty periods for Naval Air

,Station Jacksonville, begin
ning Dec. 16 and ending Jan.
11, were announced this week. Vol. 17 No. 38 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville.. Florida 25 November 1959

Two leave, periods have been
established to provide an opportunity Like, Man, We Rang The Bell!
for most persons to be
home for either Christmas or
New Years. 0600 Dec. 16 to 0600
United Fund DriveSurpasses
Dec. 29 will mark first. leave
period for NAS Jax military


personnel.SECOND leave period. will_ be
Goal
from beginning of working hours F
Tuesday, Dec. 29 to the beginningof ;

working hours Monday, Jan.
12. "By golly, we made fun!

Heads of departments are authorized So chorused thousands of military and,civilian personnelof
to grant leave requestsfor the Jacksonville Navy complex whose contributions to

up to 50 percent of their per- the Community Chest-United Fund sent the Navy's. campaignover
sonnel at one time. They may also % :.}. the top again ,with a 101.7% effort..
recommend approval of individual '- IMMEDIATELY following report
"Even' though we were a little
leave requests. However, the drive was a successfulone
of oUr in the closing
goal
such personnel must be includedin all hands heard this message shy ,
the 50 percent authorized. from Rear Adm. Kenneth days, we never once doubted that

Leave papers must be preparedand Craig, Commander Fleet Air we would not make ,it.
delivered to the Station Jacksonville and Commander "The Navy has a lot of faithin

Military Personnel officer by Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval its military and civilian per-

Dec. 4 for the first period, and pistrict: "This has been a splendid sonnel and they once more responded -
by,'Dec 11. for the second period. "' -- team effort.. My sincere congratulations with a very heart warmIng -
All time off granted will .be JOIN ;"CENTURY CLUB" Six pilots ol V",.-15 recelyt.cwctKflcates .I and thanks to 'yo\ last-minute splurge to tend
charged against accrued leave. to "Century Club" of the USS Roosevelt for making all-for this fine demonstration of us over the top," he, added.
100 carrier-arrested landings aboard the FDR during the squad
CONSISTENT with maintain- ron's recent deployment. Lt. Ki J,.. Templeton, (fourth from community spirit and genuine ALTHOUGH the Jacksonville
ing proper security and carryingon right) LSO of CAG-1 present certificates. Left to right are, Lt. regard for welfare of our fellowman Navy drive is already over the
all necessary normal routine ()jg) H. J. Mack; Comdr. J. Patterson Jr.. VA-15 skipper; LL C.C. .," top, officials keeping tabs on
Station functions and services, Rose Comdr.Jr C. Donaldson Jr., CAG-1 Commander; LL G. F. "Faith was ,the ); to our contributions have indicated that
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and cey
Udall LL Templeton; Lt (Jg) D. F. Coe LL E. J. D'Arville.
heads of departments may grant Lt Ma..., .R. R. Bovle. success," declared: ,Capt. Kenneth the t total may rise a bit before
liberty commencing at 1200 daily -- Wheeler, co-chairman of the week' Is out. An established

on working days, during the Jacksonville Navy campaign. overall monetary goal was never
period Dec. 21 through 31. We Shall Pause And Offer announced during course of the

Holiday leave for civilian employees With Thanks campaign, but a count, of aims
will be at the descretionof set by individual units placed
department heads. Leave will Thanks To Our Provider Like cranberry sauc. and turkey the ultimate goal for Jacksonville

not interfere with necessary ser- saying "Thanks" is an important Navy at $71,000. As of Monday

vices and workloads, and will Tomorrow we pause . 'participate in the service at 1000 part of this peculiarlyAmerican morning $71,214 was on hand.

(Pitas turn to Page 8. Cot. 1) It's Thanksgiving and folks at with All Saints' choir singing holiday of Thanksgiv Community Chest officials also -
NAS Jax and throughout thecountry hymns. Delivering the Thanks- ing.. revealed that 'the Federal

will be given a day giving sermon will be NAS Jax Jax Air News staff members Division, of which Jacksonville
Exchange Sets of grace to honor and contem- Senior Chaplain, Comdr. Charles Navy was a part, was about
take this moment to offer a
plate our blessings. Beatty. one percent shy of its goal of
Night HoursWith heerty "Thank You" to all who
the Christmas shopp- Except for those on duty, all THANKSGIVING serviceswere have helped us during the year.) (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 5))
men aboard the Station will have held at Naval Hospital last
ing season ready to hit ahigh
the day off to go to church and Sunday. The message, entitled
pitch, the Navy Exchange has
to spend_ the day with friends "Real Gratitude," was deliveredby
announced certain stores will
and loved anpgUPHOLDING Lcdr. Walter Davis, Hospital
remain open until 2000 Tues-
days and Thursdays beginn- the tradition of Protestant Chaplain.

ing December 8. prayer on this holiday, church All Navy Exchange facilitieswill
The store at the Hospital services at NAS Jax will be heldat be closed tomorrow, exceptthe

will be open Tuesday nights the Catholic and Protestant Blue Jackets Inn, open from
while the Mainside Exchangeand Chapels. 1200 to 2300, and the shack bar s,.
Toyland will stay open on t at Operations and Golf Shack, Jz
Thursday evenings., NAS Jax Senior Catholic Chap- both of which will remain open

All stores will remain open lain, Comdr. William'Doyle, will the regular hours. The EM Clubat '. :
until 1300 on Saturdays, Dec. conduct the 1000 Mass. Bldg. 593 at NATTCenter will 2 ti z. y

12 and 19. All Protestant chaplains will be open' from 1200 to 2330. : g

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I Cecil's VA-12 In Navy Weapons Meet I 4" *?

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Twelve Navy and five Marine I part in 'Top Gun", which is tition in air-to-air missile firing
aircraft squadrons will competein conducted each year to evaluatethe by all-weather jets in which the <
the Nhvy's fourth annual air: Navy's aviation weapons pilot will be firing Sparrow Ills i'r

weapons meet, "Operation Top systems under the most com- from a covered cockpit using /
Gun" Nov. 30 to Dec. 4 at Marine petitive conditions. only the craft's radar to sight ,, _ :
Corps Auxiliary Air Station, and destroy the drone.
Yuma, Ariz. 'Top Gun" teams will be using Operational missiles in the _,,_ '"I .a": ,.,,,___.&&,'''''_
air-to-air rockets, missiles, bombs NEW NATTCENTER CHIEFS- Seven men at NATTCenier
ATTACK Squadron 12 of Cecil Fleet will be fired over open
and bullets. Events include air- were advanced to E-7 as result of recent F1..t-wid. Field will have a team entered, water in offshore ranges at Naval tions. The seven wore the "flat hat" for the first time November
flying its A4D Skyhawks in Light to-air mIssle firing by day fighters Missile Test' Center, Point Mu- 16. The happy recipients are, left to right James Champion
Attack Jet competition., in which jets will fire Side- I' gu, Calif. PNCA; Erwin Geno, AECA; Robert Hager AECA Richard Mc-
VA-12 other Mullen AECA Jimmie Rabourn, AECA Thomas Scott: Jr.,
winders at target drones by sight. In 'addition to ,
from front- I'
Some 130 planes AECA, and Michael Sterenchak AECA. Congratulating them is
line operational units will take THERE WILL also be compe- (Please turn to Page 8. Col. 1)) f Capt. Robert J. Fleming, (left) Center's skipper. -

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xfD4If3NAS CIVILIANS DUE Brooms, Wax, Tooth Picks



Civilian POLIO employees SHOTS are due Off Commissary ShelvesA

J.cb.nviU
to under the needle" again
Ctpt. Jimu R. Reedy ............".................:................................ Commanding Officer "go
Comdr. Robert Nelson ................................ .....................................Executive Offlecr with announcement that polio recent change eliminates certain household items from
NAB'Sixj Fleet Air Jacksonville inoculations will be given De-: the shelves of Navy Commissary Stores.

Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig ............................................,........................... Commander cember 9-10. Commissaries in this area are
Dipt. Graytton H. Weber .............................:.............+i......... Chief of Staff, FalrJax All who received the first to review the overall operationof
Comdr. John H. R. F.hler ............................,....... Acting Chief of Staff* NAB Six distributing a list of items de- Navy Commissaries with a
Fleet Air Wing Eleven shot last month should get leted from their stocks in "fly towards reducing workload

Capt. Robert M. Milner ...............?........................................................... Commander their second shot at this time. ers" being placed in shopping view
Capt. Charles L Lambing ............................................................ Chief Staff Officer Some 119 persons got their bags of patrons.ALTHOUGH. without adversely affecting essential -
Naval Air Technical. Training Center initial inoculation last month. service.
Capt. Robert J. Fleming > Commanding Officer deleted from The reduction of authorized
missed last
Gomdr. Gerald R. Pearson)............................................................ Executive Officer Those who out Commissary Stores, the items
Naval Hospital time for either the third or household items as promulgatedwill
will be available for purchase at
Capt. Alton C. Abernethy.............................................,i..f. Commanding Officer fourth in the series can get reduce stock control, procurement
Capt. John G.. Feder ........................................................................ Executive Officer them during this upcoming he various Navy Exchanges. accounting and inventory -
NARTU They can be bought aboard the workload and should reduce -

Capt. F. H. Holt ............................................:........................... Commanding Officer period. Station at the Exchange Facility
Comdr. B. N. Hart ........,................................................... Acting Executive .Officer Third shots should be given next to the Commissary Store : overall personnel needs.
after at least a sevenmonthwait These actions will permit com-
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at no from the second 'shot. and in the Country Store. missary stores to concentrate on
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-95 Rev. July 1?5a. Navywide Commissary Store
Fourth shots should be administered for basic
service food.
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, providing
increased 100
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval. Air one year after the sales have percent It should result in further improved -
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital. third. during the last five years. Be- service.

Service Information Officer .................... Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnls Jr. cause of this high volume, it has
,Assistant Service Information Officer .................... Andrew H. Planey not been possible to maintain THE FOLLOWING items have
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporter*-Elaine Terrell; Ron Davis, AN; Gene Son: "Here comes the parade. adequate staffing of stores, either been discontinued at ,the Com-
Hagan, JOSN. Photographer-Joseph O'Brien, PH3. Where's Mom?" missary Store here, as'of last
The Jax Air News Is e member of the Armed Forces by civilians or enlisted personnel.This .
Press Service. Material Dad: "She's upstairs, wavingher Monday. They will be on sale at
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs, hair." is due to limitations upon
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photographs. the Navy Exchange facilities list-
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone extensions Son: "Gosh, can't we' afforda the availability of Navy appro- ed earlier in this story, however.
8164, 656, 272 or 216. flag?" priated funds and limitations on
number of military persons avail- Items are: Applicators, wax

EM Benefit Assn.AgainGivesRefund I -r -I able for staffing the stores.IT and refills; Brooms, brushes and

mops; Rug Cleaners; Clothes
HAS been deemed necessary
Pins; Paper plates and cups; All

types of disinfectants; Plastic

} Christmas Eve ware, forks and spoons; Insecti-

To AII'Members cides, all types; AU types of

matches; Sanitary napkins;
Washington ( AFPS ) The HalfHolidaySeen
Household polishes; Toilet, Hand
Armed Forces Enlisted Personnel
and Bath Soaps; Household
Benefit Assn. has announced a PossibleThere
Sponges; Straws; Cleaning and
$42 refund to its members.
facial tissues All of de-
types
;
that
This is the second consecutive is a possibility gov-

annual refund, equivalent to $3.50 ernment employees will get a odorants; Toothpicks; Householdwax
all and soft drinks
types,
per month and amounts to over half-holiday on Christmas Eve, {
and soda water.November.
38 per cent' of the $9.00 basic the Federal Employees' News

monthly contribution paid in by Digest reports.

members. According to the Digest, gov- Vehicle

This refund reduced the net ernment employee groups have

cost of $10,000 Group Life Insur- asked that Federal workers be Stickers ExpiringPersons

ance to only $5.50 per month for given a full day off Thursday, operating privately-

all ages. Dec. 24. However, White House owned motor vehicles aboard the

Ending its fiscal year July 31, officials indicate employees will Station are reminded that' Nov-

the Association's favorable mor- be allowed only a half-day off ember date decals will expire

tality experience plus a 46 per 1I>U""'O&R SAFETY Jjg'l DISPLAY Julian Gray, (left) of:\ i Shops .on Thursday. Monday, November 30.

cent increase in membership enabled Group of NAS Jax Overhaul and Repair Department. looks at Regarding New Year's Day, it To avoid being detained at the

the Board of Directors (all safety display being set up by William VogeL Constructed froma was also reported that it was gate because your sticker has

enlisted personnel on active plaster substance, the lifelike "hand" shown here symbolizes doubtful Federal employeeswould expired, possessing Nov-
duty) to increase dividends 133 person whose hand slipped off a greasy wrench handle while at be given any time off persons
work. Note sign stating, "Why didn't I wipe it?" Wiping the ember decals are encouraged to
per cent over last year. tool might have prevented the painful injury. Vogel, who cre- Thursday, Dec. 31. go by the Pass Office and renew

The Association also makes ated a second display, is on the O&R Safety Committee. Federal ,agencies will probably them Friday or Monday.

available emergency loans to be urged by the White Houseto Documents 'needed for renewal -

members, as well as scholarship Mess Halls be as liberal as possible in are; valid insurance policy

grants for children; Additional PreparingReal granting leave to government ((10/20 bodily injury,' property),

benefits are to be considered as workers who want to take ad- current state registration, inden-

membership increases.The FeastSome vantage of a long week-end during tification card or badge and valid

Association employes no Holiday the holidays. driver's license.A .
agents or salesmen. Interested

personnel may obtain information 3200 enlisted men and guests who will sit down to Mutual Death Benefit Society young soldier went into the

and applications by writingthe the traditional Thanksgiving meal at NAS Jax mess halls members are reminded that assessment colonel's office without knocking.

Association at 422 Washington tomorrow are in line for a real feast. No. 127 must be paid ....Annoyed, the officer barked:
Bldg., Washington 5D.C.A11 Galleymen- -- are -bearing- down by close of business December 2. "Can't you read that sign It

grades are eligible. in preparing some 3300 poundsof 1300. Assesment 128 has also be- says 'Private, Keep Out!"
To
Roast Tom Turkey that will accompany the one and a come due, but this has been declared Soldier: "I didn't think it ap-
half tons of bird needed to fill
greet an estimated 1900 hungry a free assessment. plied to me, sir. I'm' corporal."
diners at Mainside and 1300 at the patrons of Mainside and NA-

NATTCenter chow halls. TTCenter galleys tomorrow will
be all the assorted trimmings
IT WAS announced earlier this
which will include the following
Thanksgiving Day week that personnel authorizedto quantities:

0900-Mass 'at St. Edward's subsist on the general mess, i
FIFTY GALLONS 0 f Giblet
Chapel. including those drawing commuted -
Gravy, 1,000 pounds of Snow-
rations will be permitted to
1030-Worship Service, All ,
have for the flake Potatoes, 400 pounds of
Saints' Chapel. guests special din- .
baked Virginia Ham and 400 .
Sunday, November 29
< ner.Each gallons of chilled fresh milk.
ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL member may have his

0830-Service of Worship. wife, all of his children, and both Also included in the special For

0930-Sunday School, three- of his parents as guests. If he menu will be chilled shrimp

year-olds through adults, Building has no member of his immediate cocktail, horseradish sauce with Malns1deMess :

722; Adult Bible Class, Chap- family, however, he may have lemon wedge, cream of celery "t f ;: ,
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lain Wolfe, in Small Chapel. one non-family guest, either soup, saltine crackers, hot cornbread Hall '. ?

0930-Service of Worship. lady or gentleman. dressing, buttered green Chilled AFPS
Shrimp Cocktail
lima beans Creamed Celery Soup
baby buttered whole
1100-Service of Worship. FOOD SERVICE hours for the Horseradish Sauce
kernel corn and assorted salad Saltine Crackers
1830-Teen-Age and Senior Thanksgiving meal will be from Assorted Salad Bar
Assorted Salad Dressing
bar and
High Fellowships, and United 1100 to 1300. Prices for sailors dressing. Rosat Tom Turkey Giblet

Fellowship of Protestants, Build- drawing Comrats will be 80 Chilled cranberry sauce is Baked Virginia Ham Gravy .

ing 722 and Small Chapel.ST. cents while guests and depen- tentatively on the menu; also Snowflake Potatoes Whole Kernel Corn Pineapple Sauce
Lima Beans
EDWARD'S CHAPEL dents will pay $1.00 and children Bread and butter,. Parker House Stuffed Celery Sticks Baby
Cranberry Sauce
0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass. under 12 60 cents. rolls
Pecan-topped pumpkin pie, .Hot Cornbread Dressing Bread and Butter Parker House Rolls
ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL Naval Hospital expects 500 for fruitcake, hot coffee, assorted ice Fruitcake Pecan-Topped
Pumpkin Pie
Ice
Naval Hospital Thanksgiving chow including cream, assorted hard candy, mix- Hot Coffee Cream
Chilled Fresh Milk
0630:-Mass. staff, patients and guests. The ed uiuts and apples and oranges Hard Candy Apples and
Oranges Mixed
0930-Protestant Service. mess will be open from 1145 to will also supplement the menu. Cigarettes. Nuts
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: ll. f i 1 !fll1.r" ... ? "I';' ': I Navy Announces February Petty- Officer Examinations I


I, 1j' ""m" )So. :," I I books Navymen soon after will first be hitting of the year the 4. School; DT3-Dental Technician': Revised procedures for pro-

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". .' {' I I : in preparation for the annual P02 tests are scheduled for School, Class A; MUCA Ad-: cessing examinations inauguratedin
A" rash of arrivals "'checkedin" grind of February examinationsfor February 9 while first class pet- vanced Music, Class B; and AG- the August 1959 examinationsare
ty officer tests will be held CA, Aerographer's Mate, Class B. expected to enable Naval
higher ratings.
at the Naval Hospital deliveryroom
Center to announce
February 11. Examining
recently. A total of 37 tinytotl Dates for servicewide examinations Non-rated men going up for results a full month earlier than
were welcomed. to pay grades E-4 throughE7 For some seeking advancements P03 in sonarman ratings have previously had been done.
Leading the parade were four have been announced by the service school require- been informed they must follow

born October 22. They were: Chief of Naval Personnel. ments are a must. These rates along these paths of advancements The new punch-card method

Karl Sylvan, to Joseph Hoch- Sailors seeking advancementto are PR3, parachute riggers, sur- : only seamen are eligibleto of taking tests not only has
strasser, -TEC, and Mrs. Hoch- E-7 will be tested February 2 vivalman, Class A, and para- compete for SOG3, SOS3 and caught on with testing officials
strasser; Laurence Keith, to Lau- while those trying for third class chute riggers, Class A; PT all S003. Both seamen and airmen, but also considerably speeds pro-

rence Moody, AQF3, and Mrs. crows will be examined February (grades); HM3-Class A Hospital however, may try for SOA3. cessing of the tests.

Moody; Robert Wayne, to Sgt
and Mrs. Robert Parnell, and You Planning On Abuse Of NX

William Jack Jr., to Lt (jg) and

Mrs. William Stephens. Hitching A Ride? Privilege Can

Arriving October 23 were: ,

Jeri Ann, to A 2/C and Mrs. Don't Ask MATS
James Bates; Douglas Neal, to i Lose Same

Edwin Chepan, AKC, and Mrs. Washington (AFPS) Armed
Reselling items bought in an
Chepan; Tommy Jene, to A2/C i Forces personnel seeking spare
Armed Forces Exchange
and Mrs. Thomas Gatlin; Michael 'available seats on Military Air or pur-
chasing them for unauthorized
Justus, to Ltjg) and Mrs. Wil- Transport Service flights have :
is dangerous practiceand
liam O'Connor; Albert Jr., to been cautioned once again, that persons a
inexcusable lending
as
Albert Rutland, AMS3, and Mrs. their chances are slim. as
Exchange card, states Navy
your
Rutland; Donna Michelle, to
The Air Force said the heavy Exchange officials .
Donald Staats, AN, and Mrs.
demands placed aircraft
on by
In hearings held by a Con-
Staats, and Leah Maria, to En- permanent change of station per- gressional subcommittee recently -
sign and Mrs. Don Wiese. sonnel is expected to continue
it was brought out that this
f Three youngsters came into the throughout'October.Commanders .
practice, though not widespread,
world October 24. They were: were urged to inform greatly offends civilian mer-

Jeffery Wayne, to AMSgt. and would-be space available chants, support the idea of grant-
Mrs. Delbert Carrahan; Kevin travelers that there is no guar- ing special benefits and privi-

John, to Elrby Meyer, DKl, and antee that space will be avail- V leges to members of the Armed

Mrs. Meyer, and Thomas Edward, able. Forces. But most strongly, and
to A3/C and Mrs. Johnie Shell. .The Military Air I Transport ..."""" ....,.--.. ; understandably, object to any
October 25 births were: Michael Service assigns seats to space INSTITUTE ,CERTIFICATE Lcdr. C. E. Swecker (right), practice which threatens private
chops engineer of NAS Jax Public Works Department, receives"diploma"
Wayne, to William Balmer, RMC, available travel not more than from Cap James Reedy, commanding officer ,oi the business.It .
and Mrs. Balmer; 'Connie Elaine, two hours before trip departures.Such Station following completion of the Industrial Relations Field is therefore the responsibility -
,to William Bell, AN, and Mrs. Institute for Activities In the Sixth ,Naval District held here of every man and woman in
1 Bell; Tracy Lee to Carl Boyles, travelers are subject to last week. Certificates were presented to 32 line, management uniform to refuse to take 'part
displacement without warning if officials from 20 activities In the .District who attended the
EOl and Mrs. Kathleen in unauthorized
Boyles. Exchange prac-
MATS requires the space for week-long inititute.Student.
Marie to John Manna SHl and tices.
,
high priority traffic, the Air
Mrs. Manna; Robert Michael, to Force said.Individuals. These practices infringe uponthe
Edwin Shaw, PR1, and Mrs. intending to travelon Pens ThoughtsOn legitimate sphere of civilian

Shaw, and Bernice Linda, to a space available basis shouldbe merchants and endanger the ser-.
Donald Williams, CS2, and Mrs. vice Exchange privilege. "'
told, authorities said, that
Williams. they must( pay all incidental expenses Navy LeadershipEd. Sometimes It might be difficult
October 28 welcomed arrivalof
and be prepared to to refuse a civilian friend who
two babies, Teresa Elizabeth, for round-trip tickets on com-pay ( Note: Students at the Naval Leadership School, conductedby wants you to make a purchase
William Brooks and the ComFalr Jax Career Appraisal Team are' asked to writean
to CS2, Mrs. mercial facilities. for him i at the Exchange, but
Brooks, and William Allen, to essay on their thoughts about leadership. Following is the one every serviceman should remem-
George Foersch, AGC, and Mrs. judged best for last week's graduating class.) ber that in this respect his first

Foersch. Civ. Blood Donor What Leadership Means To Me mand, that I observe military 'obligation is to his fellow ser-
Born October 27t Jessica Louise, As a Senior Petty Officerby vicemen.
at all times and exer-
Set courtesy
to Lt. and Mrs. Howard Gunther Day WednesdayA Danny Johnson, ATI, cise discipline where needed. It
; Steven, to Al/C and Mrs. final reminder is going out of VW-4
means that I praise end commend -
John to Civilian employees of the Sta- to GATOR BOWL
McCaskey; Gregory Lynn, Leadership me means by subordinates when their
to Roy Morrison, AN and Mrs. tion that another Civilian Blood possessing and exercisingthose actions so merit, censure and TICKETS ON
Morrison, and Scott Wayne, to Donor Day is scheduled for next inward and outward reprimand them when they're

James Pieper, ACZ, and Mrs. Wednesday, (December 2) at the qualities which inspire loyalty deserving of same. SALE HEREOne

Pieper. '. Main Dispensary in Building confidence, trust and Leadership means having a

iReba Ray, daughter of Roosevelt Eight. dedication to task within the basic understanding of human ions of of the the prized tickets posses-to
year -
Johnson, DC2, and'Mrs.. Donations will be accepted hearts of all men junior tome nature, and respect for the Indi- the January 2 Gator Bowl

Johnson, led the list of arrivals from 0830 until 1045. Types "A" I and which give my sen- vidual. It means being aware of game will go on sale Mon-
on'October 28. Others born that and 0" .Blood are needed. iors just cause to depend up- his limitations as well as capa- day at the Naval Air Stationon

day included Ruth Ann,' to Ed- Further information can be obtained on me in any situation.It bilitites, his faults as well as a first-come, firstservedbasis.

ward Jones, AD2, and Mrs. from last week's Jax means that I assume my his favorable attributes, in -order .

Jones; Earl Michael, to Sgt. and Air News. proper place in chain of com- that I may rightly size up A total of 200 tickets, at $7

Mrs. Earl Riener, and Thomas _. .. __ ._..__......_._._.....__u..u.u_..___ the individual and realize the per, are available at Special
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Wayne, to Thomas Short AOAN, most out of him for welfare of Services Department, Building
and Mrs. Short. my squadron in particular and 704.

Seven youngsters chose October for the Navy in general. Early procurement of the

29 for their birthday. They Leadership means I know my tickets 'was made by the Station

were: Betty Carol, to Ivy Black, rate and job, and that I am always in order to insure good
CS2, and Mrs. Black; Robin Ar- willing to help my men seats for Navy personnel at

lene, to Richard Carpenter, AC1, attain greater skills and advance the annual classic.It .
and Mrs. Carpenter; Janell Shir- themselves through various train. was necessary to join the

lyene, to SP4 and Mrs. Darrold ing programs at our mutual dis- membership plan for a guar-
Huntley; Michael Scott, to Ervin posal. antee of early and good seats,
Pulsipher, EON2, and Mrs. Pul- Leadership means I am' cogn- which explains the extra dol-
sipher; Jonathan August, to izant of our rich heritage as lar added to price'of the duc-

August Rigolo, FTC, and Mrs. freedom-loving Americans, the at, Special Services officials
Rigolo; Frederick, to Benjamin early heroes, customs and tra- explained.

Weary, SN, and Mrs. Weary, and ditions of our embryonic. Navy. r
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Charles Theodore m to Charles ,6 as well as those of more recent NEW CUB PACK FORMING
Zutell AT2 and Mrs. Zutell.
vintage.
Parents of boys 8-10 yearsof
> ,6 Leadership means loyalty to age wishing to help with for-

/Coast Guardsman Ag inTakes God, to country and to myself.And mation of Cub Pack 301, serving -

AEA) Honors finally, leadership meansto the Cedar Hills-Oak Hills
Aviation Electrician's Mate me that I am proud of my area, should attend a meeting
uniform, rating specialty, com- December 1 at 2000 at the Churchof
School, Class A, honors went last
mand and of this great Navy in the Epiphany, Como Rd. and
..
Friday to Jess Angus, MM3, of ,
the Coast Guard. TOP CAREER.COUNSELOR Gaining top honors at recent which we serve.It 103rd St.Real .
graduation of members of the fifth clan of the ComFair Jax ( might be added that Johnson -
Angus, native of Springville, Career Appraisal School was Andy Johnson. AT, (right) of a flight crew member with Estate Agent: "Now hereis
Utah, has been transferred to VW4. Johnson's essay on 'What''Nanl Leadership Means ToMe" 1 the Cane Hunters; was also honor a house without a flaw."

Coast Guard Air Station, Salem, this page.was judged Presenting best honor of the certificate clan. It is to printed Johnson elsewhere is Comdr.I on I student of his class at the Southern Belle: "Well, what

Mass. Griffin of VW4. I Career School.) lI'a11 walk on?"



25 1959
Pais 4 JAX AIR NEWS :


Caps AwardedLatest
Schoolhouse '



'On-Station' Gray


Ladies ClassA


Is PopularWhile cP capping ceremony honoring

31 new Gray, Ladies of a recent

training class at the Naval hospital -

fall semesters got un- was held .in the Hospital

derway at this nation's institute Chapel J last Tuesday..

ions of higher learning, Naval
Presiding at the candlelight
personnel from the Jacksonvillearea
began getting their highs reciting' of the Gray Lady Pledge
Mrs. Robert Miller chairmanof
was ,
hool and college studies at
NARTU Jax. the group.

The commanding officer of Mr. Sidney Entman, directorof

NARTU, through the Welfare the River Garden Hebrew
Home for the Aged, delivered the
and Recreation Council), has authorized -
P graduation address. A welcomewas
expending a portion of
given by Capt. Alton C.
the composite recreation funds _

to'make this possible. _______ Abernethy, Hospital command-
ing officer.
THIS APPROVAL has sent L
The ladies were capped by the
some 150 students (both officers
__
__
Chief
Assistant Nurse Comdr.
and enlisted ) into the ,
persons
classrooms ATTENDING ON-STATION "CAMPUS" Just a portion of military personnel attending high Mary Wolfgang. Mrs William
at 906 the
Building school and college-level classes aboard the Station this fall takes time out for a picture. Classesin
Fleming presented graduation
Aviation Technical Training many high school and college subjects are being taught evenings in Building 906 at NARTU.
Building of NARTU. Frank Maggi chief-In-charge of Aviation Technical Training at NARTU. started the classes and certificates. Mrs. Fleming is
obtained some top-flight instructors.COLORFUL .. chairman of Red Cross Volunteer
Courses are being offered in
Services for Duval County
most every subject on the high
school and college level, are TRADITION MARKS American Red Cross pins were

backed by USAFI and, further- presented by Mrs. M. C. Carter,

more, recognized by most all chairman" of the Jacksonville
accredited schools. ARMY NAVY GRID GAMENavy Gray Ladies.

This educational program has In addition to the capping, 22
been in effect some eight yearsor started it. President Grover Cleveland ended it once. World War I and limited awards were given to active

more in the Navy. finances interrupted it, but since 1930 Army and Navy have been banging heads on the Gray Ladies for service ranging

IN AN interview with Frank g jridiron! .. .every year in what has developed into one of the country's most anticipated games. from one to nine years.
loot call already -
warn eigni seasons
Maggi, chief-in-charge of Aviat- I tucked under its belt, The Middies, however, may stick is the Cadets' Joe Caldwell-to- New graduates are: Mesdames

ion Technical. Training Department Nayy'challenged Army to a game closer to the. ground than the Bill Carpenter passing combination Charles D. Beafty, Herbert Colt

of NARTU Jax, it was inI' 189p. "'" Cadets wth'} backfield aces Joe which has accounted for J. Dillon, Leon Eddins, Jerry

learned that Maggi established A GREEN bunch of Cadets. 3eUlno and! Joe Matalavage 1 lugging many a six-pointer this year. Foley, Jo eph.G ote, A. P.

this same type of educational who had never played} before'ana {the'feather.Joe In the past few games, Army prubbs( LeRoy Hanson, C. L.

endeavor for Naval personnelat w ';'li .-about rules nave t Tranfh nl will probably. do coach Dale Hall has found a new Huffman, Leo Hyatt,.David Les-

South Weymouth, I. ass., his th'e ess'''talked West Point, officials mosT rof the signal calling. Jim use for lonely end Carpenter.He's lie and Edson Loftus.

last duty station. into accepting the challenge. Maxfield, the southpaw tosser, now a deep middle back on Also, Mesdames John McCarthy

Finding that most people wanted Thus, the Army-Navy series won the first string quarterback. kickoff returns so don't be surprised I B. L. McCreery, Raymond

to better themselves educat- was born. Dennis Michie, first |ob' from Tranchini. But an injury to see 'the versatile end I Madonna, Thomas Maguire, Eugene -

{ion-wise, he started. the system coach and captain: of the Army in the Maryland game side- doing some downfield running MalLsh, A. J. Nemoff, James

here. 'team,' put a squad on the field lined Viim perhaps for the season. against the Middies. Pence, Maury Riggan, Will Rohl- ";

Manning the podium "are such that fall Saturday. ARMY'S running punch will fing, B. J. Scott, Loren Shaver,

well-known instructors as Dr. And it received its first lesson. rest mainly in the effectivenessof Date: "What's your job on the, Stephen Sloane, B. G. Smith,

Vincent McGuire of the U. of Navy won, 24-0. The West Point their two-time All-America ship?" John Sullivan, S. T. Veatch,

Florida; J. T. Rowell, Lake Shore stadium bears the namp of this halfback Bob Anderson. Mate: "Optometrist." Henry Wernet, and K. R. Wheeler. -
Junior High School football-minded Cadet. '
principal
; Date: "What do do?" ,
Allen Park, of Robert E. Lee ARMY WON the next year as Even a more feared weapon Mate "Cut you Plus, Mrs. L. P. Zeola, Miss

High School; Jack Watson of the rivalry began to pick up hi : the eyes out of Helen Maze and Miss Lou Ann

Lake Shore Junior High; Thomas intensity. President Cleveland Radio Technician, Air potatoes. Davis.MiddieCadetTilt.

Holt of Lee High; Kathryn called 'a halt to the proceedingsafter Control Positions
Open Daffynishunsi
Springer and John Thrasher of the 1893 game, won by : Jaywalking a

Lake Shore Junior High, and Lt Navy, '(M, when a" die-hard Federal Aviation Agency,. at kind of exercise that brings on

(j jg) Brannock of NAS Jax Pub- rooter challenged an admiral toa Imeson Airport, Jacksonville, advises that run down feeling.

lic Works Department. duel.It that representatives of the Seen Center Of

was resumed in 1899 withno FAA are interested in talking .
Turnout
has become here for the courses record of any duels ever taking with persons 'with experience in r Attention
so great in recent SaturdayA
weeks that additional place. No games were playedin upkeep and maintenance of radio

been money has 1909, 1917-18, and 1928-29 by and radar gear for Radio Tech rivalry almost as old as the
requested from
the Bureauto
mutual agreement. The series I nician positions. sport itself is the Army-Navy
start classes in foreign' lang-
continued to grow in stature, Any employee interested should football classic. This game will

however, until in 1925 the late d be watched by millions at the
contact George Leonard, EL .
uage.WHO Grantland Rice could say: scene of battle and on radioTVthis
"The 3-7381, for further information.
IS SENIOR Army-Navy football game Saturday.
'
now steps forward the
as greatest
ENLISTED, WAVE? of all spectacles, the best of Daffynishuns: Welt Seasoned NAS Sax is prepared for the-
event. At the Officers Club ring-
all shows, the most vivid and the Traveler salt and pepper sales
The
figures 17 3
+ =20 have. side seats will be available for
most spectacular ensemble in the man. \
great significance for an enlisted members and Orien-
The
world of _. .. guests.
-
sports. '
I
Wave here at San Diego. '! tal Room has been set aside for
ARMY LEADS with 30 wins toNavy's u' Y Q. 3 '
For if Henrietta Leonard, stags,only, while rest of the club
24. Fiye ties have been >
Wave CPO in the base
legal .4E, has been reserved for couples.
office, adds the next three played. Army's biggest triumphwas Portable TV
38-0 in 1949. sets will be set up
years to her 17 in the Navy, Navy's lopsided throughout the club.
she'll have 20 Conquest came in 1951, 42-7. Last
yearsenoughfor
retirement year Army, springing its lonely In addition, a hearty buffet,
end attack bested the Middies < v with barbeques hot dogs and
Two months, after the Navy ... >3tx. Qt food
appropriate to the football
.
began'accepting women in a 226.Now #
the 60th game betweenthe season will be served on the side
war-time. program called"Wo- lines
two Academies, set"for Nov. during the game.
men Accepted for
Voluntary
28, will probably bring 'another ay Prices will be
Emergency Service," Miss x J lowered. on liquid -
100,000 capacity crowd to Phila- t refreshments and all proceeds -
Leonard enlisted. That was in 9 *k J)
delphia's Stadium. will wives"
Municipal go to the "all
1942, and she decided to makeit Qrrv't 8' ? vTEAMS
a career. Neither team ranks high nat- charity fund.

ionally and both have weathereda ? '' The Blue Jackets Inn, startingat

bumpy season but records become 1400, will serve free beer,

Small Stores Closed meaningless when Army potato chips and pretzels. for its

Clothing and Small Stores Issue meets Navy.RECORDS. : guests during the game, startingat

Rooms at Mainside (Build- give Army the edge, 1400. One TV set will be on

ing 953)) and NATTCenter (Build- but football writers say the Mid- the bandstand and another in
dies NEW KID Hoping to bring victory for his \he petty officers
played a tougher schedule.So Mid- room.
ing 513) will close for die the
inventory squad OYer Cadets of Army in the big .
if you're book conscious the Nayy-Army bat- The Chiefs Club
at J530 today. tie in Philadelphia Saturday, Bill XV, the NaTal Academy is not plan-
game appears to favor no one. newest mascot leads Nary' backfield across the practice grid- ning anything special-just the

I Both stores, will reopen for Navy and Army both rely iron. His escorts are left to right, Roland Brandqulst right usual refreshments available on

business next Tuesday at 0900. heavily on the forward pass. half-back and Bob Correll Jim Maxheld.left half-back.quarterback Joe Malalavage, fullback Saturday afternoon, but TV sets
,
! will be on for the actipn.NOvembe.



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November 1958
25 JAX AIR NEW' Page.5

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: .a l r N1fBNJJJlj"'l, } : ; We Gather Together To
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A friendly "bienvenu" lat extended ;
to 50 persons who recently Ask The Lord's Blessing

reported aboard for duty at

NAS Jax : 4 : As Americans the world over pause tomorrow to give united

John Baldwin; ACTAA, from thanksgiving we should try to remember the origin of Thanksgivingas I

NATTC Olathe, Kans., and Earl! we know it. the first real wanting to gather together to ask

Breland, RM1 checked In Nov. the Lord's blessing.The .
10, while Henry Pilcher II; AE- practice of setting aparta corn, to dry fruits, meats, and
MAA from AE "A' School NAT- vegetables and make other na-
day for thanks did not origi-
TO Jax; William Stottler, RMSN, nate in New England, although tive foods.
from NAS NorfolkfElbert: Gaines Gov. William Bradford of the The earth had brought abun-
dance of food for Not
SA, from NS Charleston; Plymouth Colony issued the first everyone.
wasthe harvest good but
Welden McKissen, AKAN, from Thanksgiving proclamation.A only
there abundance of foul
NATTC Memphis; Manuel Kor- Thanksgiving Day is probablyas was an
and other wild life to keep them
fias, ETNSN and Arthur Gibbens, V VI old as the spirit of worship, alive.
ETNSN, from NTC Great Lakes, as old as the time when men
I So the first Thanksgiving Day
all arrived Nov. 11. j first began to understand their
which lasted nearly a full week,
Reporting in Nov. 12 were Carl! dependance on a Higher' Power. was officially declared in Octo-

West, SA, from NAS Pensacola; r EVEN BEFORE Biblical times, ber, 1621 in New England under
ancient of the Mediter-
Richard Cregar, FA, from NTC people orders of Gov. Bradford.
San Diego, while Wallace Grimes, ranean basin held festivals at
tribe led
by
The Wampanoag ,
harvest time in honor of Mother
AN, from NAS Nola (AWS-82)); Massasoit, turned out 90 strongto
Terry Roy, AN, from NAS New INTERNATIONAL VISITOR A member of the Royal Can- Earth.
in their feast-
adian has In the Old Testament ( join the pilgrims
Nary been enrolled in the NAS Jax Disease Vector Judges)
Orleans and Roy Watts, CS2, Control Center training class studying latest methods of Insect the Canaanites "went out into ting. The Indians brought with.
from VP17, Kodiak, Alaska, all control. The international student is Commissioned Officer the fields and gathered their them five deer. In addition to
arrived Nov. 13. (Medical Technical) Sidney Robert Wallac (left) shown receiring vineyards trod the and this the pilgrims had on their
diploma from Comdr. G. S. Stains, officer-ln-charge of grapes
Seven reported aboard Nov. 16 turkeys, wild and
: menu geese
Disease Vector Control Center. The Canadian officer received held festival, and went into the #
John Pope AA, from NTC Great the 790th diploma given out by DVCC since inception of its house of their God and did eat ducks, lobsters, ,eels, calms, oys-
Lakes, Andrew Bergeron, AN, training courses.Disease. and drink." ters, and fish. The wild fruits of

from Alvin Callender Field, New In Deuteronomy, Moses gave summer: gooseberries, strawberries -

Orleans; Dora Mayer, SA, from Vector Center instructions to the Hebrews for plums and cherries had .
NTC Bainbridge; Harvey Mont- celebration of their harvest fes- been dried for there was no sugar -

gomery, AOC, from NAS Nor- tival, which was called Feast of to make jams or jellies. .

folk; James Poole, GMI, from Attended By CanadianDisease the Tabernacles, because during THEY HAD grape wines,

USS Taussig (DD-746)); Albert this festival everyone lived In reads of English wheat, and

Sluus, BT1, from USS Roosevelt booths or tents in memory of cord in various 'forms; parched, .
Vector Control Center's training class has
(CVA-42), and Robert Parks AN gone the years when the children of roasted, hoe cakes and ash cakes
from NB Charleston. international with the awarding of a diploma to an officerof Israel were wondering in searchof and Indian pudding made pf

the Royal Canadian Navy. reptiles and plants. From there the Promised Land. cornmeal and molasses.
Sixteen checked in Nor. 19: Commissioned Officer (M. T.)
the topic changes to vertebrate When the But of the whole meal, perhaps -
Betty Gannon, SN, from NS Nor- Sidney Robert Wallace, Hygiene Pilgrims came over
folk; and''Millard Hull, SA; Officer on staff of Flag Officer annimals like bats, squirrels, and on the Mayflower in December the greatest delight to the

Harold Parks, SA; Harry Evans, of the Atlantic Coast at Halifax, moles. The final part of this of 1020 they witnessed "Thanks- children were ihe popcorn bajis

SA; Ronald Carter, SA; Roger N. S., is the first' international course d.c t 18 }wth{ ppntrp} of wood giving" ceremonies i during their brought by the Indians. They
destroying pests like\ termites, sojourn in Holland, for the Dutch popped the corn in jars over
Poor, SA; Robert Davis, S4; Albert visitor to study at the NAS Jax
Sheppard Jr, SA;; Kenneth DVCC School. beetles, and carpenter: ants. were addicted to proclaiming coals and then added molassesto

Smith, SA; Larry Canfield, SA, The persprmel} of :EVCC| arc public I days of prayer and make the balls.
HE CAME here to study because
thanksgiving to commemorate Cooking was done largely in
and MichaelJ'reyfiSA, all from proud of the Job these classes
'
t "This is the only placeto I in coals'or in iron kettles i
NTC Great Lakes are doing and they report that rpllitary victories and other spec the open
Nor. 18 saw the arrival of come to study and acquire they have had several persons |.aI events.: over the fire. They ate out

[Elvie Wilcox, BM1, from NS further information on insect' repeat the course in a couple of THE WINTER was long and of wooden dishes with either

; Norfolk; Ellis Bowers, AN, from ontroL"" years just to keep up to date hard for the Pilgrims; half of their hands or clam shells. So..
NAS Agana, Guam; Ernest Mol- The school provides latest the settlers died, but they did was the first Thanksgiving.
( lenauer, SFC, from NPB, Little I techniques in control of insect with the latest methods of control make friends with the Indians, A diary kept by Julianna

Creek, Vaand; Larry Zink, SA; vectors of disease and those of i who showed them how to plant Smith of Massachusetts> in 1779 I

George Wolsfelt, SA; James economic importance. Some 75 ... w..:...:".. ..... .. ..: ...... -- gives an account of an early New
: ,
studied .: :, :;: :' ':::::': "
:
::
Cashetta, SA, Andrew Sell, SA; to 100 types of insects are :::" 1 England Thanksgiving.
4rIIr-T.S
Casimiro Rivas, SA; John Brin- in the school's curriculum. "The tables were set in the

son, SA, Gerald Egidio, SA, Roy Comdr. G. S. Stains, officerncharge Dining Hall and, even the big

Lancaster III, SA, Thomas Bie- of DVCC here, says of I room had no space to spare when

singer, SA, James Smith, SA, this program, "Graduation comes we were all seated. Of coursewe
Hermia Courtney, SN, Bert Part- once a month, and to get a diploma had no roast beef. None of
low, SA, and James Killing- all members of the class tt. t 4 i us have tasted beef in three

sworth, SA, all from NTC Great must pass exams on the course years Hunters were able toget
Lakes. material presented. s ; us a fine red deer these

NTC Great Lakes was also DURING the first week, students # were balanced by huge chinesof
roast pork and a big roast
former duty station of four study the biology and importance -
and and two big
turkey a goose
checkins on Nov. 20; SaulPowell, of the arthropods. t.j
< { by Tw pigeon pasties.
SA Norman Bradley SA Rich- is insecti- <, n
; Emphasis placed on . Our mince
ard Wardlow, SA, and Carl Mc- cidal chemistry and students are _
Cullah, SA. taught to mix and prepare the pies were good. The pumpkin

I insecticides in liquid, solid .or pies, apple tarts, and Indian,
pudding lacked nothing save appetite -
gas formulations. Major emphasisis
by the time we got aroundto
Patrolman placed on the safe utilizationof 4-/s-
pesticides.Use them. We had no wine .

of protective devices, clothing good cider is a sufficient substi-
Given Top and accessories are. taughtin tute. We did not rise from the
table dark .
until it was quite
the classroom and then de-
cjtqtip than we gathered around the fire
t monstrated in the field.
.lt;' to crack nuts, sing songs and
Trooper. Dajrejl Jansen} of the I Importance NEXT STUDENTS study the BIG THRILL FOR YOUNGSTER Men of the parachute tell stories.
biology, life cycles,
Florida Highway Patrol was pre- loft played host last week to some 39 fourth grade pupils from It wasn't until Jfyvpmber\ 26,
characteristics, habits, (dentifi-: Lake Forest Hills School of Jacksonville. J. S. Williams PRC 1863, that Thanksgiving Day was
sented the Navy's Meritorious
cation and control of such pestsas (left foreground) helps J. R. Greene PR1, attach a freshly- a permanent holiday in America.
Public Service Citation at NATTCenter's ants, cockroaches, silverfish, packed parachute on nine-year-old Bobby TurbyfilL The 'chute the efforts of' Mrs.

monthly inspection book louse, ticks, mites, fleas, youngsters Wfcs I packed; only minutes before for benefit of the touring Through Sarah J. Hale, editor of the Ladies -

Saturday. bed bugs and sucking lice. Journal, President Abraham

Second highest award the Sec- :I They explore 'importance of Some Sick To Get Holiday Trip Home LinColn wrote his proclamationfor
basic sanitation, learn refuse dis- a united day of Thanksgiving.
retary of the Navy can giveto posal methods and observe proper New York (AFPS) Some Tomorrow, 96 years later, we
a civilian who is not an em- construction and operation of I' hospitalized servicemen are going Service officers. Americans are still celebrating

ployee of the Navy, the Citationwas same; in addition to using aerial i to get an unexpected assist Singer Joni James was the the last Thursday in Novemberas
for out- insecticide dispersal equipment.The first to donate to the drive begun This
awarded Jansen this fall when a veterans organ- a Day of Thanksgiving.
standing contributions to the Jax third and fourth weeksare ization pays to send 'them home by members of the Alex- date! was changed by Pres. F. D.

Navy complex in connectionwith spent in studying the dangersand for the holidays.The ander Hamilton chapter here, Roosevelt in 1939 and 1940, whenhe
and New York radio station is
motor vehicle safety. control of the mosquito and Military Order of the Pur- a moved Thanksgiving up one,

Capt. Robert J. Fleming, NAT- other blood sucking flies, rodents, ple Heart, an organization of broadcasting the campaign.Last week to, allow merchants more
TCenter commanding officer, former wounded servicemen will year the Purple Heart time for Christmas trade, but

read the citation and presentedthe Da//ynishu7w: Genius a pay the fare home this Christmas veterans sent more than 160 men in 1941, Congress passed a law

award and lapel pin to crackpot who made a screwball for men who are recom- to their homes for Christmas and restoring Thanksgiving to its'
Trooper Jansen. idea work out. mended by chaplains or Special Hanukkah. original date.




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25 November 1959 1..I

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Up The 'Beatnik Recruits Not Real Beats; ,


LADDER They're Just Hep To Latest JazzAn f (


With Civilians I
officer at the trainee like refugees from, an ex- ing basic training. But that's

reception center at Ft. Dix, tended gang war." he brooded. all right, because the fledgling
(Periodically, the lax Air Newsin N. J. did some hard thinking "When I reported for ser- soldiers are due to get "the

cooperation with Industrial about the caliber of American vice years ago I made darned finest clothes In the world"-

Relations Department lists various youth after studying the ap- certain to look my, best." Government Issue.

promotion for Naval Air pearance of recruits arrivingby So he did some checking.. So the average draftee or
courtesy of First Army His findings: Draft boards enlistee, hesitant to send home
Station personnel) draft boards and recruiters.It and recruiters alike advise recruits his good clothes through the

On the promotion roster recently disturbed him to have to report only with toi- main; turns up in sartorial

were 27 employees, 23 them turn up in "throw-a- let articles and the clotheson expendables.

from Overhaul and Repair De- ways"-torn blue jeans, faded their backs. "There's hope yet," the officer For Rent
partment, two from Public works T-shirts, unsoled shoes. They caution them also that admitted after being Four rmi and bath., furn apt-3859
Department and two from Supply "Like a bunch of beatniks, no "civvies" are allowed dur- clued in.Chess. Herichel-Elect, furn-porch and gar.
I Near NAS $70 month-EV 71950.
Department. Two bdrm hie-kit equipped-yard care

Promoted at O&R were Hugh 'r. $65 month-1026 Plainfield Ave. Orange
Foundation
Arnott, from Aircraft Metal Fab- ParkCO49773, evenings. .
home with
bath-CB
Three Br. two
ricator to Metalsmith (Aviation); Fla. rm., large lot, close to schools and
John Baird, Jr. from Aircraft Awards Program city but.-3957 Barmer Dr. -Mri. Butts.

Metal Fabricator to Metalsmith Unfurn. two bdrm hie-kit. equip.

(Aviation); Paul Barlow, from Open To Military $96 month 3628 Dellwood-contact own
Aircraft Metal Fabricator to er at EV 9-0991) or 3635 Dellwood.
.
Metalsmith (Aviation); Cecil Washington (AFPS) Outstanding Furn apti for one, two, or three persons
'
off street pk. and maid servreatonable -
Beck, from Aircraft Metal Fab- : Armed Forces chess
Vernon Terrace EV
-2765 or
ricator to Metalsmith (Aviation) ; cti players who can "distinguish 77172.

Frank Bolin, from Aircraft Me- themselves in competition" are Four rm. apt.-upttairs with porch,
chanic (General) to Inspector eligible to participate in a new nice, clean, V-blindi, eire, Heater, gw
(A/C Assembly) ; James Creecy, ; ly-created awards program opento itove, G. E. refrlg, water furn.-$45
month-836 E. Church Street. Call RA
from Appr. Electronics Mechanicto military "kings" and "queens"Service 4-7385. *

Electronics Mechanic; John information chiefs Room for rent In priv. home Conv. to
Curtis, Jr., from Appr. Electronics have ben advised by the Defense busei-Ortega-References, EV 95971.
Mechanic to Electronics Mechanic Department's Office of: For Sale
.
Three bdrm hie, brick, Ig kit, hdw
; Herbert Davis, from Air- Public Service that a "substantial -
.. floon, sep din. rm. G. 'I. equity-$70
craft Mechanic (General) to Inspector ,ti .. grant" has been made to the month payments-6111 Cedar Hills Blvd.
(A/C Assembly); Jessie r f American Chess Foundation for Call SP 10530.)

Fancek, from Typist, GS-2 to { this purpose.Mr. Rent or Sale-large three bdrm hie on
ichool bus: route near Eniley-outitdePensicola
Statistical Clerk, GS-3; George Thomas Emery, an ex- -contact /J. E. Volkman, FAPL
Feener, from Appr. Electronics z. Marine now residing in New ext 288.

Mechanic >to Electronics Mechanic York City, was donor of the Odds 'n' Ends
; .and Robert Griffin, from grant. tott-blrthitone class ring, lost in
Appr.. Electronics Mechanic to Ladies wash room In Bldg. 3-If found
The American Chess Founda- 3.
contact Western Union-Bldg.
Electronics Mechanic.Also PREVENTORS-Three of'NAS Jax
ACCIDENT employees tion will answer all queries regarding -
Patricia Haviland, from O&R Department received prevention of accident awards recently the awards and
program
from Cap Thomas B. Haley, O&R: Officer: second from On
Clerk-Stenographer, GS-3 to right). Recipients of awards are. (left to right) James Campbell, also put Armed Forces playersin Campaign
Clerk Stenographer, GS-4;: Leadingman, of Dispatch Division, Production Planning Group. touch with civilian chess clubs
Hartwell Hickox, from Appr. receiving one year safety pint Harold certificate of and players. Accidents Is
Electrician (Aircraft) to Electrician Power Plant Division, receiving: one year : for Shop Inquiries should be addressedto
t 6123 and Raymond Manser, Chief Quarterman. also presentedone
Aircraft William Kirk- Planned HereAn
( )
v ; year certificate for 5100 Branch, Power Plant Division. Mr. Sidney Wallach, Executive
g land, from Appr. Electronics Me- Director, American Chess Foun- organized and forceful

chanic to Electronics Mechanic; dation, 1372 Broadway, New campaign by the Navy in the

1' Electronics George .Mangum Mechanic,' ,from to Electronics Appr.- Course On Stocks, Investing York 18, N. Y. Jacksonville area toward an ac-

cident-free Christmas-New Year
{ Mechanic; Henry Martin, Persons A farmer on his first visit to holiday period is in the making,
from Appr. Electronics Mechanic Open To Military the .city was fascinated by the it was revealed this week.
' to Electronics Mechanic; Rose asphalt streets. Scraping his feet
II which t
Neal from Secretary (Stenography The program, s ems
on the hard surface he remarked,
York (AFPS)
.. .New recommendations
has offered to largely from ;
), GS-4 to'Secretary servic-I the Exchange present -
} (Stenography), GS-5; Otis Phil-I. men may soon get a ftee its nine-lecture course "Can't blame 'em for buildinga made by the NAS Jax Safe,Driving -
of the' town here. The ground's too
about operations
learn
Council includes showing at
,
lips, from Aircraft Mechanic on "Securities and Investing" to
"
stock market and also gain valu- hard to plow, anyhow. the Station theatre of the film
(Motor) to Inspector (A/C En- military audiences.
Air- able information in how to invest "Death on the Highway;" short
gines); Joel Shemer, from
Available to any installation in the Florida
wisely.AS lectures conducted by
' craft (Motor) to Inspector (Met-
the United States on request of Of-
als); James Smith, from Appr. THE result of a meeting Highway Patrol Education
Metalsmith (Aviation) to Met- between the director of the New the .commanding officer, the fice; a safety pledge signed by

alsmith (Aviation); Edward Stur- York Stock Exchange's Investors' course will be open to all mili- persons taking leave; issuing of
ary personnel, their dependentsand I accident prevention pamphlets to
geon, from Aircraft Metal Fab- Information Program and educ-
ricator to Metalsmith (Aviation); cation officials from the services, civilian employees. ( personnel going on leave; traffic
Rolando Triozzl, from Appr. COVERING basic fundamentals 4Y safety messages via various com-

Electronics Mechanic to Electronics A-Sub Sea Date of the system and designed to ex- munications media, and other

Mechanic; and Herbert Wil- : plain sound principles on share- methods.

son, from Appr. Electrician (Air- Set In DecemberWashington ownership, the lectures also pro- Commands in the Jax area

:, craft) to Electrician (Aircraft). (AFPS-The) first vide personnel with an oppor- will be invited to join in the

i Advanced at Public Works was nuclear ship to be built in the tunity to get questions answeredby effort made by the NAS com-
mand and ,the council in an attempt
Frances Cherry, from Secretary South, the fleet ballistic missile qualified representatives of
(Stenography), GS-5 to Secre- submarine. Robert E. 'Lee, will Stock Exchange member firms. < r to eliminate accidents dur-
ing the coming holiday
tary (Stenography), GS-6; and be launched at the Newport Subjects covered in the series season.

ry Theodoshia Kennedy, from Clerk- Ne.ws, Va. Shipbuilding and Dry- include: Why Stocks and Bonds?;
Stenographer, GS-4 to Secretary dock Co., Dec. 18, the Navy has Types of securities-the risks and Admiral Dixon To Become

j (Stenography), GS5.Advancements announced.The rewards; The New York. Stock CarDiv Four CommanderRear

I in Supply Department Robert E. Lee will be the, Exchange; and the broker; Ob ;Y! Admiral Robert E. Dix-

were Lawrence Kloski, fourth nuclear submarine launched jectives of your investment pro- on, Chief of the Bureau of Aer-

I from Supvy. Stock Control Clerk, in the Navy's program for gram Information' investors onautics since July 1957, will become -
underseas craft equipped with should have and where to get it; Commander, Carrier Divi-
General Asst.
GS-5 to Suppy ,
the Polaris, ballistic missile. How to read the financial page; sion Four In December. '
GS-7; and Betty Moody, from She will have a surface dis- How to read and interpret finan- He will relieve Rear Admiral

Clerk-Typist, GS-3 to Secretary placement of about 5,600 tons and cial reports; Sound methods of Roy L. Johnson, whose new assignment -

(Stenography), GS-4. an overall length of 380 feet. investing and Advanced and has not been announced. -

I The submarine will be chris speculative investing technques.A .

TIDE TABLE tened by Mrs. Hanson E Ely II, Carrier' Division Four is madeup

HIGH LOW of Richmond, Va., granddaughterof little boy ran breathlessly. .. ,. t of Atlantic Fleet attack car-
I A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. Gen. Robert E. Lee. Mrs. Ely's into a camera store and shouted: ALL"' I/' "'" q:< '-r.o:: i-JI riers USS Forrestal and USS
THE FIXIN'S
"A bull is haring dad. A
Tides at Atlantic Beach: late husband who died in 1938, my Thanksgiving waitress worth franklin D. Roosevelt. The FDRis

Thr. 3:44: 4:05: 10:01: 10:21: was a 1917 graduate of the Naval "What do you want me to do wailing for is Debbie Reynolds, home-ported at Mayport Nav-
Fri. 4:41 5:03 10:59: 11:14: about it?" asked the nervous last seen with Glenn Ford in I al Station..
Academy. "It Started With a Kiss" and
Sat. 5:37 5:59 11:53 clerk.
next to be seen with Glenn
Sun. 6:32 6:53 12:05: 12:46 Ford in MGM's Scientists are now wondering
"The
Da//ynishunj: Mistletoe the "Put some film in my camera, Gaxebo.
Sat. 5:37 5:59 11:53 -:- And Glenn gets paid for this whether splitting the atom was
Bottom of a missile. and quick! the boy replied. i sort of work! a wise crack.PageS .
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25 November 1959 JAX AIR' NEWS Page 7



Final Football Hunting Season Now Open


Weekend Is 4Wr ,. .y


Okay To TrioWith r For Native Game, Birds

\ __ urn be in the woods this weekend" has been a commoncry
the final
big football recently among personnel aboard the Naval Air Station
weekend of the
fast-closing year with opening last Saturday of Florida's full-scale hunting sea-
. upon us, the Fearless Three have I.
heaving sighs of son.Legal hours are noon
begun prover- : for Florida hunt- day. Shooting
game
bial relief. ] to Sunset and bag limit is set at
ing are ,buck deer, quail, squirrel -
The pickers, who'have been bear, rabbit, turkey (either' 10 per day.RULES .
holding forth in this stand since sex) and the majestic goose. ARE a little differentfor

mid-September, are joined this Ducks do not become legal game other game, however. Maj-'
week by Comdr Alex McInnis, until November 30. ority of area hunters will bo

NAS Jax Service Information Of LEGAL BAG limits are: tur- shooting in Second and Fifth

ficer. key-two per day and three ina Districts and each has three

Games are: Navy-Army (nat- season; deer-one per day and closed days a week, not includ-

urally); B. C.-H. C.; Southern two in a season; quail-ten per ing Sundays, which are closed.

Cal-Notre Dame; AuburnAlabama day, no season limit; squirrel! There are two exceptions to

; Clemson-Furman; Fla.- 10 gray and two fox squirrel per this rule. The first nine days

Miami; Fla.. State-Tampa; Geor- day with no season limit. i (Nov. 20-29) and the period
gia-Ga. Tech; Ole Miss-Miss. !-t' There is no closed season on' from Dec. 25Jan. 3 will be
.
State; South Carolina-Wake For- rabbits in Florida. However, 'per i opened in both Districts. Other

est; Vandy-Tenn.; Baylor-Rice; r. sons killing rabbits during reg-' than these periods, no hunting is

SMU-TCU; Air Force-Colorado, I MAKES SHORT GROUND GAIN An unidentified Marine ular season must have a valid allowed in these districts on Sundays -

and UtahUCLA.DAVIS Air Detachment ball carrier makes a short ground advance hunting license.Secondhalf Mondays, Tuesdays and
through a rugged VW-4 line during heated' action in the All of the dove split Fridays.All .
EDITORS Station playoff encounter between the NATTCenter entry and season opens tomorrow (Nov- hunters between the ages
Army Army the Mainside champion Cane Hunters last week at the Stadium.
Holy Cross Holy Cross VW-4 proved too much for the Marines, taking an 18.0 win and ember 26) and runs through of 15 and 65 must possess a valid
Notre Dam Southern Cal l the January 6 with hunting every license. And a Federal Duck
Auburn Auburn Stamp is required to take duck
Clemson Clemlon title.SHORT and geese.
Florida Miami
fla. State fla. State IT IS illegal to use rifles to
Georgia Georgia take migratory birds; it's also
Mississippi Mississippi CHIPSThis illegal to use .22 rim-fire rifle
Wake Forest S.. Carolina cartridges to shoot deer.It .

Tennessee Rice Tennessee BaylorSMU ( corner, once a popular I is also illegal to use full

ICU feature on Air News sports pages, steel-jacketed bullets to take
Air Force Air Force is being revived. Anyone with: deer, bear or turkey. And if

Utah UCLA items concerning golf aboard the FLIER BOXERS EYE you're shooting in nearby Nassau
O'BRIEN COMDR. MciNNIS County, high-powered rifles can
Station are requested to call the
Army Army not be used.Young.
Boston Col. Holy Cross Sports Desk at extension 216 or STATE AAU MEETJax
Southern Cal Southern Cal
Auburn Auburn Comdr. Bill Koressel at exten- Navy will be well represented when the Florida Season

Clemson Clemson sion 605. AAU Boxing Tourney gets underway Monday night at the

Fla.MiamI State Fl.Miami State (Maintaining a column ,of this Beaver St. Arena in downtown Jacksonville.Flier .
Georgia Georgia nature will require cooperationof mittmen tuped up for Sees CagersSet
Harrell of Wilder AC in the sec-
Millllllppi Mississippi the NAS Jax pro and hls the big event at the second
Wake Forest S. Caroline assistant, the men and women's smoker of the year at King Hall ond round of a 135-pound go. Fast PaceAction
Tennessee ',Tennessee golf committees, and anyone who last Thursday night. Off his performance, Strother,
Rice Y 'Baylor conduct of NAS Jax, was voted Most on the intramural side
helps a golf tourney.
SMU TCU HENRY Strother a promising of basketball
Outstanding' Boxer of the night the young season
iAir Force Air Force (If you have information concerning newcomer 'to the Jax Navy neared mid-season pace last weekas
.UCLA UClA an unusual shot or an squad who lost a tough 'one last Teammate Kenneth Kitchen of first round of action got und-

exceptional round of golf, call time out, knocked out Milton NAS Jax suffered a kayo at the erway.
Golfers Start either of the numbers listing 1:52 mark when classy Nat VW-4 claimed its first victoryby
above. Wright of Wielder AC stunned Communications 46-
) stopping ,

Fall Cup WarFall Great things are in store for AOAE Chasing him.DON 21; VA-44 also got off to a run-
CALDWELL of NATT ning start by winning two games.In .
the Station course in the near Marine
Cup qualifying rounds I Keglers I Center, in his first fight, TKOd their first encounter, the
future. The layout should be
one
have gotten underway at the N- With two weeks remaining, FAETU's Al Brumbelo in a 175- Hornets set back FAETU, 51-31,
of the finest in this area. Moreon
AS Jax greensward with link- the race in the NATTCenter pound contest. while in their second go-round,
this subject in future articles.
sters bailing ,to fill three flights of Intramural Bowling Leaguehas All other bouts ended in de- they beat Aircraft Maint., 59-27.
16 players each. New golfers, whether noviceor three teams in contentionfor cisions. John Lockard of NATT- VAP-62 handed Operations a

an accomplished player, are the crown. The Marine Center defeated Al Lester, also defeat as the Heavy Snappers
been Last day for qualifying 'has always welcome. ProfessionalJack Aviation Detachment, holdinga of the Training Center; Jack outdistanced the Opsmen, 57-45.
for
set Followingthis
Sunday. Harvey has clubs for rent 31.8 game record, leads Nally, VA-44, outpointed John Administration stepped off a
match week must be
one a at 25 and 50 cents per day. lIe the pack. DeFiore in a close struggle; the big chunk as the underrated five

completed by ,each contestant.Fall will also give group lessons free Running second are the Or- rapidly improving/Cyclone Ing- won its first battle, 71-27, over

Cup competition will be to enlisted personnel.. dnancemen of AO School with enito drubbed VA-44 partner VP-5.
on a full-handicap basis, all 29-11, and Aviation Electri- Arnold Tillman; James Allen, In other games last week, VP-
match play. First flight will be ,Frank Kadel made first eagle cian's Mate School "Gold, with NATTCenter, tripped Ron Davis, 16[ defeated Hospital 'n a bitterly,

composed of players ,with handi- ever accomplished on No. 10. 28-11. NAS Jax; Timothy Ford, WilderAC fought contest, 74-61, and the'

caps of 0-12. Second flight will Frank, playing last week, hita Fourth place AE "Blues" decisioned Charles Henneha, Marine Devil Dogs chilled the

be made up of persons with han- 3-iron right into the cup on still have .a mathamatical NATTCenter, and veteran Rob- ,Infirmary, 71-56.
dicaps of 13-20 while those with chance being 24% ert Gaffney of Wilder downedCal
21-36 handicaps in the third his second shot. He is here on -15& on the r.-.. __ --0............ &
go season. Anderson of NAS Jax.
flight. leave from OpNav.
I In the night's feature events, 19"
James Montgomery of NAS Jax

showed plenty of promise in defeating 1. What team in the majorshas

Wilder's Joseph Murchison finished last most often since

: while Myron Pat Brady of 1900?

A NAS Jax took a close verdict 2. Who is the only West Point

from Wilder's smooth-swinging athlete ever to gain AU-Ameri-
ca honors in basketball?
S Kenneth Wilson.
? 3. Duke Snider, set a fielding
record in this year's World Series.
? John Roster of Paris
Island, an
What was it?
: : L j eight-year veteran of the links, 4. Northwestern drubbed''

I II recently poled a 218-yard holeinone Oklahoma 45-13 in the Sooners'

on the seventh hole of the first clash with a Big Ten opponent -

L1 Depot golf course, representingonly in 20 years: Who did they
last play in the Western Conference -
the second ace' in course
?
9 history on that hole.
(Answer lo the Quiz)
Joe Bellino, brilliant Navy '!
uasaesTHsoN
ir V JUO.l1 f
halfback and slugging catcher OMJ 'Bujuuj euo

eagerly sought by major league uj jdlvid v JLq uouojoojpwq ;soya' .E

TO WEAR JAX NAVY COLORS The annual Florida AAU Boxing Tournament- slated"Nor. scouts, recently nixed rumors he "lutod i sa IA IV qnro:: ,nvq

[ 30Dac. 4 at Jacksonville's Beaver St. Arena will ,see a large contingent of Jax Nary mitlmen en- I would leave the Academy for a lueseid VH'CMVa 'Z
tered in the three-night event. Among the more promising leather-totters for the Flier stable will '..emuIt
[be, left to right, James Montgomery. Cyclone Ingenito and Henry Strother. career on the diamond. 'f e HIHd Vjqdl'pvnqd .1
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Page 8 SAX Am NEWS 25 November 1959

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Curving Radar BelievedCpabIe' ." Dick SavageTakes

_
'
,
c Flier

Missile : y .
Spotter
I "' Cage HelmThe

_
Washtagon (AFPS)-The' U.S. Navy had announced an Jax Navy basketball Fliers -

experimental new radar believed capable of spanning thousands t4' ': ____ ,: are now holding daily prac-
_
________ tice sessions under the thumbof
of miles to spot. a missile,launching almost immediately
after blast off? a new ment r. Lt. (jg) Dick
It may (double the warning time allowed by. present day. Savage has taken over reigns of c
surveillance devices. k the, club from the departed Bob
IMPORTANCE of this disclosure Ionospheric ,Back Scatter Radar, Jester.!

is allested to by the fact it would the new device has already detected -I Several ''veterans will be the
"
take only thirty minutes for an I Cape Canaveral missile ; t + \ mainstay of this :years squadas

ICBM to travel from Russia to firings from an undisclosed U.S. _ : tv the Fliers have Jack Dorman,
the1'United States and conventional location.IT k Warren Rouse, O. C. Foster, and
radar allows just fifteen minutes ALSO has detected the Project Beyo Stuvell back for action.
Argus nuclear blasts fired in _
_
of warning time. _
_
Known the }Souh .Atlantic as well.as __ Also slated to see plenty of
High
as Frequency
action this
earlier, 'more powerful atomic _ _ 'ut" year are John Safforcl,
________________ t:' VP-16'Russ
explosions in mid-Pacific at "in- \ _________ ; Masterson, VP-16:
. 'fwo Holiday tercontintal ranges." Henry Walker, VAP-62; Buz
Hence naval authorities believe : Richardson, VAP-62; Al Sliep-
(Continued from Page 1)) ;
that it might offer a method for pard, Operations, and Ed Starnes
not be in excess of that authorized !- detecting violations of nuclear __ I Marine Barracks.

by law. Christmas Day, Dec. test ban U The club,this year will featurea
agreements.The -
25, and New Year's. Day, Jan. 1, new radar overcomes GOLr TOURNEY WINNERS =He d iig--relaxing prac-: lot of height but with most of
are legal holidays and civilian: "line of sight" limitations of tics 'round after'copping the Station Four-Ball Golf Tourney the emphasis on speed and ball
employees will have those days present last week at the NAS Jax course are, left to right Curtis Thur-
day systems. Like television, man, of VW-4: Corodr. C. M. Krol, also of the Cane Hunter handling.
off.This conventional radar is limited in squadron, and Edward Blake of VAP62. Another winner Wil So far games have been sched-
will be the general policy range because the waves travelin Ham Davis of NAS Jax, was absent when picture was taken. uled with nine clubs while over
with a few deviations in ,
some
i straight lines and cannot \ 25 others have yet to answer.
departments. Overhaul and Re- "look" beyond the horizon. A For local action
pair Department will go into a Credit Union Member's many games
partial shutdown status from BUT THE Ionospheric BackScatter have been scheduled, with ,a

1100 Dec. 24 until the beginning: radar bounces radio waves Family Eligible To hoped for match against Jack-
of working hours Jan. 4. off the ionosphere-the thick layer Belong sonville University in the offing.

ALL MILITARY and civilian of charged particles extending If you are a member of the Jax Navy Federal Credit
personnel with leave time on the about 250 miles above the earth's Union, all members of your immediate family living with United Fund
books will be this : surface. eligible for .
given time you are membership. (Continued from
Page 1))
off at request with exception of When a large rocket is fired, Recent changes in the Federal -- $92,500, but th'at'by end
a maintenance crew which of r hot gases from its exhaust also Credit Union Law now per- family might enjoy: week the Federal of the
goal would
necessity must be 'aboard. are ionized and reflect radar mits not only your wife and 1. To have a savings account I also, be exceeded. Some 18
Military personnel attached to waves back to the device's oscilloscope children, but your father and which pays dividends higher than agencies of the Federal separate Government -
Public Works will conform to in a distinctive pattern mother and even your grand- that received from any other in the Jax -
area participated. -
the NAS Jax holiday leave periods that discloses' the missile's loca- parents to join. savings institution; *

while individual requests I tion.. HERE ARE 2. Share deposits to be covered
the most important NINE
OF THE 13
of civilians will be considered on Dr. William J. Thaler, Office of by like amount of insuranceup participating
the basis of work l load and Naval Research, conceived the features of the Jax Navy Fede- ( to $1,000) as an insurance commands, or units in the Navy
amount of leave requested. new method and is in charge of ral Credit Union which your This gives 100 effort soared over the top. These
Naval Hospital has established the experiments which make up policy. percentcoverage were Navy Recruiting Office,
on savings
"Project Tepee." deposited 312.7%; Naval Hospital, 137.1%;
two leave periods. The
first
period NEW NORFOLK before ,your 55th birthday, 75
Fleet
starts at 1200 Dec. '21 until He warned newsmen the new Air Wing Eleven, 127.8%;
percent on savings from 55
radar was still under age Naval Station Mayport, 117.4%
experimentand
beginning of working hours Jan
COMMAND SET through 59, and
correspondingly
that it NARTU, 112.5% NAS Jacksonville
6. Staff personnel will be grant might be several ; -
ed leave on a request,basis. years before it could be developed Washington' (AFPS) lineN 69 decreasing, at 25 coverage, up to age 108.6%; NATTCenter, 108-
FOR PERSONNEL planning togo into a finished surveillance yY has established a new percent. .4%; Marine Aviation Detach-

home for the 'holidays, they system. billet-Commander, Fleet Air, FOR EXAMPLE, on a depositof : ment, NAATC 103.4%; and Commander -
may take advantage of reduced Norfolk, Va.-as part.of a planto 500 dollars before age 55 and Fleet Air Jax, 100.9%.
standardize the commandrelatiorshIps on a deposit of that same amount Percentages of other
furlough fares on railroads. How Nursery Slates Closing commands -
I of naval aviation between 55 and 59 years of age. included, Industrial Man-
ever, they must be traveling in The Navy Wives Nursery will
activities.
uniform, purchase round trip close at 1600 In event of death, beneficiarywould ager's Office, 92.1%; NAS Cecil
today (
Wednesday) Captain Robert ,
tickets and have in their posses and remain closed W. Cooper, recejve 1000 dollars plus Field, 74.6%; Naval and Marin
until
0645 USN, assumed the new command 500 dollars plus 375 dollars
sion leave papers. Friday. or Reserve Training Center, 71.5%;
Leave policy for Fleet activi with additional respon- a total of 1875 dollars; and Destroyers a) Mayport,
The early closing today is due sibility for command of naval
ties and for the Naval Air Tech 3. To borrow any amount up' 37.8%
nical Training'' Center will be to spraying of the Nursery build- Fifth air bases in the Fourth and to the limit of share holdings Number of individual activi-
Naval
announced at a later date. ing. Districts. without disturbing the savings ties within commands that have

account and resulting dividend.Of reached 100 percent jumped to
Cecil's VA-12 course, the loan, if made priorto over 30 by Monday. A completelist
y fjgJL Vv age 60, is also Insured. of 100
ifeiiivV
(Continued from Page 1)), v t'n* r 4/jfi/ < f, 'xjf' < percenters and final
'AAFPS collection figures will be published -
;
squadrons entered in the meet
include VF-41 from the USS All Saints' Host To next week.Peace .

f Independence, flying F3H Demons :
; VF-74 of USS Intrepid;, L lt's .. WSCS Gathering OfficersIn
with F4D Skyrays; VF-84, NAS > $ All Saints Chapel played host
Oceana, Va., with F8U Crusaders November 18 to the meeting of i Shoot HereOver

; VA-85 of NAS Oceana, AD the Jacksonville District W)- 100 Florida peace officers

Skyraiders; and VAH-11, NAS man's Society of Christian Service of thp! Jacksonville area converged -
Leeward Point, Cuba, A3D Sky- 4 of the Methodist Church. on NAS Jax last week when

warriors, all units of the Atlantic Some 200 representatives of the Stzftion pistol range played

Fleet. all Methodist churches of the 'host to the assembled police from
MARINE units from the Atlantic 4 district attended. The gettogether various facets of local law enforcement -

side will include: VMF-235 included an hour of devotionsat : agencies.The .

NCAS Beaufort, S. C., flying 1730, dinner at the Civilian Jax Navy pistol team act- '
F8U Crusaders, and VMA-224, of -* Cafeteria at 1830 and worship ed as sponsor of the event which
MCAS Cherry Point, with A4D serveice at 1930. climaxed a day of competitive

Skyhawks.Top 7 I The meeting shooting with a feast at the
was arranged by 1
teams from chief's club.
Navy and
Mrs. Ralph Perkins District
,
Marine Corps Pacific Fleet THANKS Chairman of WSCS, and Chaplain : Jax Navy snared several a-
squadrons will also be \ !
ing. compet- Charles D. Beatty, NAS Jax wards with Allan Johns of the

Senior Chaplain. Armory, winning fifth place.



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