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Creation Date: December 10, 1959
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Medical Care Rules To Be Eased By DOD In 1960 I I



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Certain restrictions imposedin ents living with sponsors that force deals with outpatient disorders for 21 days or until' receive obstetrical! and maternity -

the Medicare program Oct. the "permit" system is still 'care in cases of accidental other provisions can be made care. (Note: This changewas

1, 1958, will be removed about in effect and they must have injuries. for more prolonged treatment. agreed to by the three

Jan. 1, I960, Defense Department this certification before they services and became effectiveon
Thjs means dependents of These are other provisionsalso
reports. are eligible for treatment from July 28, 1959.)
seryicemen can now receive reinstated:
THE A N NOUN CEMENT, private doctors. ((3) The allowance of $75
immediate care, on an outpa Medical and '
(1)) surgicalcare
made by Dr< Frank B. Berry PERHAPS the biggest single, ,tient basis, from a private doc- in for certain diagnostic tests
Asst. Secretary of Defense provision to be reinstated is specified nonemergency prior to hospitalization and
tor in the case of any emergency conditions is authorized.
(Health and Medical), lifted the right for dependents to such as broken legs, $50 for certain tests and pro-
the restrictions on the type I II once'again be eligible for ''arms and severe cuts. ((2)) A DEPENDENT wife cedures following hospitalization -
I of medical care available to "plannable surgery" through eligible for civilian medicalcare is restored. .

dependents of members of the private practitioners. STILL another important whose husband dies on ((4) Alaska and Hawaii are

uniformed services. Another vi t a Medicare provision to be restored concerns active duty, 'and who is preg- included in the definition of

Defense cautioned depend- provision to be put back in care of acute emotional nant at the time of death, may the United States.. t I't I'


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Air TourneyAttack .JAR'I.


Squadron 12 of NAS !
Cecil Field was shunted out of -
first place in the' annual Navy -- .. "

Air Weapons Tourney at MCAS ,Vol. 17 No. 40 U. S. N. A. S..Jacksonville, Florida 10 December 1959

Yuma, Ariz.

VA-12 lost out to Attack
Squadron 56 of Miramar, Calif., New Ratings Due For

after leading through most of the

week-long tourney. The two,

units were among four compet- Navy EM Structure' ?
ing In Jet Attack competition,

flying A4D Skyhawks.THE .
8489 points compiled by The possibilty of creating two new missilemen ratings, a
postal clerk rating and expanding the new sonarman (ocean-
VA 56 just 25 than the
total- amassed was by VA12.Lt. more ographer) rating to include all pay grades, is under consideration -
by the Navy's Permanent Board for Review of the ,

Joseph Malec and Lt. R. G. Enlisted Rating Structure, Navy(Times announced this, week.
Daly, both of VA-12, led indivi- I '
The board i is almost fin-
now and rating.
dual competitors in their class. :K emergency,

Lt. Malec registered 2432 points' ished with its two-year study I When the Navy recently established -

while the latter compiled 2331. and reshaping of the enlisted the sonarman (oceano-
:
Also entered in the Jet Light 4r7 ""ms 3Is' rating -structure. Forty-five ratings grapher) rating it limited the

Attack phase of "Operation Top \ have now been remodeledand rating to the lowest petty offi

Gun" were VMA-311, El Toro, introduced into the new cer'rank, pay grade E-4. It was

Calif. and VMA-224 of Cherry rating structure, which providesfor designated as a service rating,

Point, N. C. three classifications of ratings similar to the old emergency

TEAMS entered in this phase general rating, service service rating.,

flew medium level, profile, However, with nation-wide
f
high dive and over-the-shoulder ., 5 emphasis on oceanpgraphie studies -
bombing events. ... TWO WEEK REST (Navy and national scientific
IMII. Other winners i included: EExchange organization are engaged in a
FAMILIAR SCENE Shoppers at Nary retail DUE AIR NEWSNext
VFAW-3, NAS North Island, stores oard the Station are moving at brisk paces and plunk 10-year oceanographic study pro-
Calif, ,(All Weather Fighter-F4D ing cash'on counters generously these day, taking care of Christ week's Jax Air News gram), the Rating Review Board
Skyray); VF-41, Oceana, Va. (All mat shopping lists in rapid fashion. Although stocks are still will be the last issue' of 1959. has received proposals to expand
ample, Exchange officials urge patrons to shop as early as possible The paper goes into a two-
Weather Fighter-F3H Demon) ; momentat the sonarman (oceanographer)
) to ensure good selections. Photographed at a busy
week hiatus last two weeks of
VA-85, Oceana, Va., (Prop Light the Mainside store is Mrs A. C..Cason, (left) and salesclerk rating to all pay grade levels,
Attack-AD Skyraider) ; VMF-232, Wilma Taylor. See story on page 3. \ the year to allow for staff from E-4 up to E-9. '

Kanehoe Bay, Hawaii, (Day vacations.All (Please turn to Page 8, CoL 1)).
Fighter-F8U Crusader) ; and: &R Annual squadron and unit PIOs
Planning should endeavor to have all
VAH-4, Whidby Island, Wash.,
(Heavy Attack-A3D Skywari copy turned into the Air News Capt. Weaver
office by Tuesday at 1200 .to
rior). Christmas ShutdownThe
ensure publication before the
VAH-11 of NAS Sanford fin- New Year. Takes Senior

ished second to VAH-4, with the NAS Jacksonville Overhaul 'and Repair Departmentwill Photo deadline is Mondayat
Sanford squadron's Crew 1, led observe its annual shutdown period from 1100 Decem- 0900. Medical PostCapt.

by Comdr. G. H. Robertson, ber 24 through January 1, 1960.. Joseph, Weaver, is the
finishing second in indvidual. short new NAS Jax Senior Medical Of-
The shutdown enables a I
competition. ficer, NAS Jax Flight Surgeonand
Final scoring showed Pacific rest for the busy shops and per Staff Medical Officer for

Fleet squadrons winning four of mits yearly plant maintenancework both ComNabSix and ComFairJax

the team championship3 in the that would otherwise not having taken over the du-

six: categories of competition. be possible. /C u ,; 1in ,e ties previously held by Capt.
James Fulbhum.
APPROXIMATELY 2600 employees Capt. Weaver comes here from
Christmas Trees
will be affected by the N"AS Anacostia to make a return

To Go On Sale shutdown. However, most of the tour of duty at NAS Jax. He
1947-50 Execu-
was here from
Christmas trees, just recently employees have acquired enough tive Assistant Medical Officer.

removed from the North woods, annual leave to cover the four- 45 f During the 18 years Capt._

are slated to go on sale at the day period. Weaver has been in the Navyhe
Tennis Court, corner of Mustin has served on the USS Valley
sufficient
Rd. and Yorktown AVe. next Those employees without 1 'I Forge, USS Hornet, and USS
Monday or Tuesday. leave will be permittedto Mindoro. His duty also took

Exact date of 'initial public sale work the number of hours him to USNAS San Diego with

is not known, pending arrival of necessary to be in a pay status. Patrol Wing 3 in 'Panama and

the trees. All top' quality, the AN EXECUTIVE order issued L with VR17 and -VR-3 in MiamI.
Canadian Spruce trees are due Capt.Weaver will be responsiblefor
certain
the President excuses -
by
to arrive by railroad car either promotion of physical fitness,
Government employees fora
tomorrow or Saturday. prevention and control of injury
half day Thursday, Dec. 24 and disease, and care, of the sick
There will be various sized ....... __ _., _
I -.JI..M.: *i'.lu $ Hc#.jf<; "
Full security guards will be and injured 'of some 8,000 military
trees at reasonable prices. Although SENIOR MEDICAL OFFICER Cap Joseph Weaver has
two box-car loads have maintained throughout the holiday taken over as NAS Jax Senior Medical Officer, NAS Jax Flight and 4,200 civilian personnel
been ordered, Navy Exchange period, according to Capt. Surgeon and Staff Medical Officer for ComNab Six and Corn- aboard the station; plus responsi-
their Robert Clements, Assistant Offi- Fair Jax relieving Cap!. James 'Fulghum who retired from bility for five other Naval Air
t patrons should purchase Naval service last month. Cap Weaver reported to his new assignment activities and some 26 Fleet units
trees early next week to ensure cer-in-Charge of O&R Depart- from NAS Anacostia. He was Executive Assistant
large selection. ment. Medical Officer at NAS Jax from 194750. in the area.

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HAS, Jacksonville. .

Cept. James R. Reedy ................................................................ Commending Officer The week of October 30-Nov]
Comdr. Robert Nelson ................................ ......................................Executive Officer ember 5 saw 43 new arrivals at
NAB Slxj Fleet Air Jecksenvllle .

Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig ...............,.:.............................................,........ Commander ; ( fa i dsme_ the Naval Hospital.
Cept. Grsyiton H. Weber ,..................................................... Chief of Staff, FslrJsxCept. October 30 welcomed thre
Nelson M. Htld. Chief of Staff, NAB Six girls: Christy Leigh, to W. H.|
fleet Air Wing Eleven EN2, and Mrs Camp-
C.pt. Robert M. Milner ..........................................................................., Commander Campbell, to L. B.
Cept. Charles L lambing ............................................................ Chief Staff Officer bell; Judith Ann, Mar-
Naval Air Technical Training Center shall, AN, and Mrs. Marshall; Jen-

Cept. Robert J. Fleming Commanding Officer nifer Ann, to W. H. Murphy, AE1,
Comdr. Gerald R. Pearson Executive Officer c: / .:. T rc and'three
Naval Hospital, and Mrs. Murphy; boys;

Capt. Alton C Abernethy ........................:............................... Commending Officer k'H !s Mark Steven, to J. T. Puthuff,
Cept. John G. Feder ........../............................................................. Executive Officer / AD2, and Mrs. Puthuff; Paul
NARTU Paul Valadez, AN, and I
Cept. F. H. Holt ..........................?............................................ Commanding Officer Lewis, to
Comdr. B. N. Hart ........._.......................>........................... Acting Executive Officer CR. Mrs. Valadez, and Timothy Lee,
O41 to I. Y. Youtsey, FN, and Mrs.
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at no STOP _. I. P._. Youtsey.On .
'to the end In
expense government compliance with NAVEXOS P.95 Rev. July 1958.
Distributed free of charge to military end civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville. October 31, Sabrina Deborahwas
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval! Air born to J. Ferguson A03, and
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Navel Hospital.
Service Information Officer .................... Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnls Jr. :'s : Mrs: Ferguson; Helmer Arthur to
Assistant Service Information Officer... .......... : Andrew H. Pleney : R. A. Johnson, A02, and Mrs.
Editor-Gordon Robbie Staff R.porttra-Ellln. Terrell Ron Davis, AN, G.ne A Johnson; Joanne Marie, to J. A.
Hagan, JOSN. Photographer-Joseph O'Brien, PH3. -
( Learn AN and Mrs. Learn; Ken-
The Jax Air News Is e member lof the Armed Forces Press Service. Materle !L ti._ ,
appearing Jn,this publication can be.reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs. :: = / s. ? It neth Allen, to C. W. Markey,

unless otherwise credited ere official U. S. Navy Photographs. .L: BM2, and Mrs. Markey; Jfmmie

Editorial/ offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone extensions ,,, Joe Jr., to J. J. Redman, RM1,
8164, 656, 272 pr 216.HEEDS .
and Mrs. Redmpn, and Robert

Bryan, to James F. White, AMC,
Unclassifieds/
and Mrs. White,


Receive Yule/ A Ditty Bag With 719 Dimes Deborah The first Jeanne of November, to P. P.welcomed Fessen-

den AE2, and Mrs. Fessenden;

Pay Presents Jennie Lynn, to J. E. Gossage,

Can Be Awfully Qig,- Burden E01, and Mrs. Gossage; Jacqueline
An.
early Christmas present in
Gayle, to Lt. and Mrs. E. J.
the form of hike has
to some 4,000 a pay unclassified come Civil There are only about two things that you can have for free- Jacobs; Elvin Williams to R. Mer-

Service at Naval one is clean air that you ; the other is a hard, stiff, jolting cado, SH2, and Mrs. Mercado;
employee establishments breathe
'in the Jax area. automobile accident. The \won't harm you; but the sudden Tamera L.a Cheryl, to A/1C and

The Navy has announced thata stop at the end of the second one can kill you. Mrs. Murry; Robert Charles to Lt

r. wage increase of 20 cents an During 1957 (and it was much the same in 1958, one of every (jg). and Mrs. D. L. Scott; Nel-

hour has been authorized for 67 people in the+US was killed or Injured in an automobile crash. cena Leigh to O. D. Starkes, FN,

approximately 4,000 of its un- Total casualties .climbed to a staggering 2,563,700, or about 'the and Mrs. Starkes, and Penny Ellen

classified employees, effective December 'equivalent of the combined population of Nevada, Wyoming, Dela- to H. J. Taylor, SFM2, and

14.Affected. ware, Vermont, New Hampshire and Idaho. Of this number, I Mrs. Taylor. ,

by the pay hike ,are 38,700 were killed. November 2 saw birth of James
those workers in the laborer, What is an accident? The dictionary says that it's "an unexpected Ray, to M. L. Dawkins, MRC, and

helper, machinist and toolmaker or unforseen event, generally unfortunate." From this, Mrs. Dawkins; James Henry, to

forces, all of whom are paid by you could probably draw the conclusion tht most automobile P. W. LeBlanc, GFC, and Mrs.

N M S tHe hour: About 3400 of the un- accidents occur on wet, snowy or icy roads while driving in fog, LeBlanc; Cynthia Dawn to R. E.

classified, or blue collar, group snow or rain. Mason ATI, and Mrs. Mason;
_. are But that isn't the best to killed mashed. If.
employed at NAS Jax. way get or you
J ; Steven Wayne, to C. H. Segrest,
; .... ,: boost will Increasethe to do of it this. Drive in
\The pay want a good job try a passenger car a A01, and Mrs. Segrest; Marion
CALL L-- S. O. Cook, Navy civilian payroll in the straight direction in clear weather on a dry road and exceed the Lee and
to F. A. Slipsager, HM2,
DK3, of Disbursing, played a
Jax area by close to one million limit.\Make *drive weekend.
speed sure you on a
role of good-will ambassador Mrs. Slipsager, and Lorrie Ann,
recently when he answered a dollars. It's currently estimatedat For the clincher, aim for the hours between sundown and to W. A. Showden, HM1,' and

call for blood urgently given by $27,563,462 annually, sunup (preferably between one and six in the morning). ,That's Mrs. Showden.
local radio-TV outlets. A form The survey to review prevailing the best formula and the surest way td get yourself scraped off
er Supply Department em- Born November 3 were: Alex
wage scales in local labor
of Cook'semergency the pavement. And, oh yes, make sure your passengers include amachinist's
ployee was recipient markets is required to be con- .Gregory, to Sgt, and Mrs. A. P.
aid.Friday mate, sonar operator, commissaryman, hospitalman and
ducted annually by Public Law Goff; Billy Jack, to B. J. Kain,
I yeoman. You might as, well help cripple your station.
1028 of the 84th Congress.Jacksonville's TM2, and Mrs. Kain; twin sons,
Before HERE ARE SUGGESTIONS THAT WILL get you to where
Scott Lee and Steven Jon to
Navy unclassified you're going, and back again. First of all, slow down at night and
employees, also known as un- S/Sgt. and Mrs.A.W. Murray, and
when visibility is obstructed the road ahead
scan
Now your ; ; glance
Holiday graded, last got a pay raise of Janes Ellene; to C. M. Okruhlik,
often in your rear view mirror; follow at a safe distance; watch

an average of five cents an hour I for_ children between intersections. stay _in__ one laM _AS_ much _IHI_ AN, and/ Mrs. Okruhlik.
Legal Day OH last December. November is the birthday for
possible; on the' highway stay over to the right, cross center line

Comptroller General has, madeit only when passing or turning left; don't weave or hog the road; I Linda, born to A/S/Sgt. and Mrs.J. .
Asaro Sandra Lea, to W. A.
official that Government employees HALFHOLIDAYDEC. signal your. intentions to other drivers; prepare for turns and stops ;
who worked by getting into proper lane well in advance and signaling. Oster, AD, and Mrs. Oster and
on Friday, Larry Jr. to L. W. Sharp,
Wayne
24 OKd
Some drivers
47,500 (88.9 per cent of them men) were involvedin
July 3, are entitled to a day'aholiday FN, and Mrs. Sharp.
Federal employees have fataI'acc1d nts, in which 38,700 were killed. It took another
pay instead of a com- been given a half-holiday on 2,713,000 drivers to injure 225,000. In a turkey shoot, this wouldbe Nine arrivals rounded out the

pensatory day off. Christmas Eve, on order of considered poor shooting. But when it comes to licensed may- week's births November's. They

In .a letter made public to At- President Eisenhower. hem on ''the highways, it's gruesome. were: Frances Kay, to H. E.

torney General Rogers, and reported NO official word has 'been AMONG THE MORE COMMON TYPES of accidents is being .Bierly, AEC, and Mrs. Bierly;
'
in Federal Employees' given, however, on allowing forced off the highway. In this case, don't panic. Don't apply Scott Franklin, to J. H.. Brewton,

News Digest, Comptroller Gen- employees a half-holiday on brakes sharply, or attempt to cut back on the pavement too ADI, and Mrs. Brewton; Lias

eral Joseph Campbell said that a New Year's Eve. quickly. Another common accident type is the rear-end collision. Lynn; to R. F. Creswell, AMI, and

law approved by Congress on The President told various This happens when'one car follows another too closely. Mrs. Creswell; DebraAnn, to

September 22- and signed by agency heads to follow a Assume that your car and the one ahead are both traveling at C. K. Harry, A03, and Mrs. Harry;

President Eisephower supercedes liberal policy for employeeswho 20 miles per hour, and botH have the same brake efficiency. A Earl Morrison Jr. to E. M. Laughter -
the executive order of last July want to take vacations AE2 and Mrs! Laughter;
distance of 47 feet is required for stopping from this speed. During ,
3. during the ,holiday period. baby girl born L. Royal,
to F.
The new ,law gives Federal the time it takes you to react, you've already gone 22 of those
47 feet. Thus if the CMC and Mrs. Royal; Brian
workers a legal holiday on 'all space between your car and the one ahead is
Fridays preceding v legal holidaysthat What They're Saying"We 22 feet or less 'you cannot avoid a .rear-end smack if he should Keith to D.B. Sakseki, SN, and
stop suddenly. Mrs. Saksefski; Carol Anne, to
fall on Saturdays. are making particularlyfine The next time S. J. Shoppell, PM1, and Mrs.
your shipmate "digs out, tromps
the
on
President Eisenhower last July progress in' fashioning low- gas
and starts to low ask Shoppell, and Betty Jean, to R.. G.
Issued an executive order giving yield nuclear weapons that can fly him to slow down. No, it may not be
your car, but it is your life. And if he brags about Snodgrass, AQ2, and Mrs. Snod-
Federal employees the day of! be used by combat elements in being able to .
on Friday, July 3, but the day close contact with the enemy- 'Stop the old buggy on a dime, ask him if he'll give you as many grass.

was not declared a legal holiday. without unduly endangering our dimes as it takes him to stop on, at only 20 miles per hour.If .

Therefore, It had been assumed own soldier or noncombatants in he takes you up on it (at some safe spot), have' a ditty bag 'those Customer golf balls."I'll" buy one of

that workers who had to be on the combat zone."-Gen. ,LymanL. handy because you'll need it to haul the loot away. A ditty bag Clerk: ."Shall I it, sir?"

the job that day would get com- Lemnitier* Army Chief 'of with 719 dimes in i it weighs quite a lot. Customer: "No,wrap I'll drive it

pensatory time off. Staff. From All Hands Magazine. home."




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10 December_1959 JAX AIR NEWS Page'j j
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-' ',)4 i :" ., '&, m Only 13 Shopping DaysRemain



;s n... $ I Until ChristmasA

*: \ # 4k
look at the calendar reveals only 13 days remaining in I

which personnel may purchase Christmas gifts at the Toy

Shop. and. .. Mainside..... and Hospital I Navy, Exchange retail stores
aooara tne station.:
To make her appreciate, wat-
Gift items that can be foundin ches and sale
L jewelry are on ,
t the Navy Exchange for the
as well as perfume, cologne,
: youngsters were listed last week. dusting powder or bath oil -
This week a few items whichcan
1: all in gift boxes.
be given to adults are named. Also, electric appliances for

: .H.1 FOR MOM, a multitude of gifts the kitchen, electric blankets
are available, either for her per- colored contour sheets with mat-

sonal use or for the home. Lingerie ching pillow cases, bath sets and
-
;r' is always a nice gift and fine towels.

the Navy Exchange has a large ELECTRIC shavers and hairdryers

,,__ "," ,>>,n ,..?" ",,,,,,,:', r..... ., r _....--..- selection. are suggested. Dinner and
REWARDED FOR SERVICE Ceremonies awarding'veteran cookware not to mention the
service pins to civilian employees were much in evidence aboard many sets of glasses ranging from
the Station last week. Above 30-year pins to four O&R Department rl r------ .- party to everyday glasses -. is
employees are presented by Capt. James R. Reedy, (canter l available.
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) NAS Jax commanding officer. Left to right are, Lee Hilliard, i. : -. ..
Pattie Roney Capt. Reedy, Robert Abbott and Walter O'Heir. And if you're looking for some-
Right, Joseph Karpovitch of Security and William Jones (far thing for your girl, clothes are
right) of Public Works, also received 30-year pins. In photo be- i. recommended sweaters, blouses -
low, J. H. Vinyard (left) and Albert Holmes smile upon receiving ..
pins denoting 15-years service at NAS Jax Public Works. and sportwear. Matching pen

Capt. J. Henry Ether presented their pins. Bottom photo, Capt. ....'.. .. and pencil sets' are nice to give,
Thomas B. Haley, O&R Officer, (center) gives 20-year pins to as are desk sets.
Frank Hemmingway Jr., (left) John Brown, Ernest Carter and '.
For the man of the house, ties,
Byron Bradshaw.Mutual. .
,
I '4i socks, handkerchiefs and after-
II
: shave lotion arc useful, along
t: \
AssociationSets .... .
with engraved jewelry.
I OTHER ITEMS include watches

Hike In Dividend : arid watch bands. Also gifts for

..: Hobbies, such as electric drills,
An increase in terminal surrender saws and hand tools, fishing rods
loan
not increase ,or
dividend from $1500 to $2000 values of memberships.This and reels, phonograph records,
has been announced by the portable barbecue grills and
action by the Board marks
NavyMutual Aid Association.Board camera equipment.
another milestone in the Associa-
of Directors of the Mutual Luggage is another item Navy

Aid group have voted to pay a ,tion's goal of providing the greatest .... Exchange has on sale. Also, port-
amount of protection for least ::,' /":$:,: ,',
t$20pO terminal dividend to des- able and clock radios and novel
possible cost.
'ignated beneficiary of any member items like trouser hangers, slippers -
of the Association whose A POLICY with the Navy Mutual '4t smoking jackets and light

death occurs after November 24 Aid Association is well 1 ers. Then there are ash trays,

of this year. worth consideration by junior paintings, belts, wallets, pajamasand
officers, particularly aviators (for '
of ter- desk sets.Whatever. .
THIS increased payment
whom a small additional premium '
minal dividend is in addition to, you give this year,
is charged) who desire low
jcL1; you can find something for everybody -
the regular benefit of $7500 andis cost, insurance protection with
at the Navy Exchange.But .
member's deathin
payable on a estate building potential. 1H
; .. be sure to shop early before -
annuity
cash or as an _;
Interested officers fur-
can get the stock is depleted.
Total death benefit is now ther details from the following
MAINSIDE Navy Exchangeand
$9500. Paid-up memberships of on-resident directors at N AS I _
Toyland will be open until
less than $7500, terminated by Jax: Capt. James R. Reedy, Capt.T. .
I 2000 Thursdays from now until
death, shall be increased by 26 B. Haley, Capt. J. H. Etter,
Christmas Eve, and Saturdays,
2/3 percent. This dividend does Capt. G. H. Weber, Comdr. P. S.Baz'ler I '
Dec. 12 and 19 until 1300. Hospital -
and Comdr. J. S. Hall.
retail store will remain

Officers SoughtFor open Tuesdays until 2000 from

Roosevelt To Spend now until Christmas.

CEC, Supply Holidays 'At Home'The : i I"r I All three stores will remain

4,en until 1300 on Thursday,

Corps OpeningsChief USS Roosevelt has slowedits ?. / Dec. 24.Santa.

of Naval Personnel is pace for the holidays with the / \ % Claus will be at Toy-

Mayport-based vessel planning land tomorrow from 1200 to 1530,
inviting applications from commissioned i i /
line officers for trans I on a lengthy stay at the carrier N Y .4' k4r % and Monday, Dec. 21 at the same
Corps or basin. ( 5 / '/ time. He'll also appear at the
Civil
fer to Engineer ( '
The Roosevelt tied up at its ji', ; Hospital Retail Store from 1200to
Corps.' .
Supply ,
Mayport dock Monday afternoonand 1530 on Friday, Dec. 18.
: *4 ::
BuPers Notice 1210, publishedin
plans to 'remain until Jan- k -
two parts, outlines require- k
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6.Station's
ments necessary to enter eitherof uary Penn., Okla. Natives Take

the programs. Applicants for ,., I 5 /
) AE (A) Graduation HonorsLast
the CEC must have a baccalau- Cub Pack p 'r -. /. -. '-' ej
reate degree in one of six listed : week's AE School honors

fields of engineering and must Adds 2 New DensCub ? ': went to Adolfo Esquivel, AE-

have completed one year of active MAN, of Pittsburgh, Pa., and
duty The Notice also gives Scout Pack 131 held its Robert Lawson, AEIAN, of

other eligibility criteria. regular meeting November 20 at Spavinaw, Okla. The two Aviation -

Those applying for the Supply the Scout Hall, Building 802. : Electrician's Mate, Class "A"

Corps 'must be lieutenants or Five newcomers were inductedinto School honor students graduated

below'with date of rank of July the pack as Bobcats. They I 4 ,4r December 4 at the Naval Air

7, 1957. Officers must have completed were: Timothy Lazenby, James \ g / Technical Training Center.
at least one year of duty Ellison; Ronald Gometz, Danny ., ;,44)L' & Esquivel has been billeted at

afloat as of Feb. 1, 1960. Jones and John Clower. : NAAS Whiting Field, Milton,

Applications must be in letterform I Four of the these new Cubs ; Fla. while Lawson has been assigned -

to Chief of Naval Person- went into the reactivated den at to Photo Compron 63,

nel, (Att'n: Pers B136 via the Azalea Trailer Park. A new den ; Miramar, Calif.Policeman .

commanding officer. CEC applications has also been formed in Dewey 9s P

must reach the Bureauno Park. I : "Why didn't you

later than April 1, 1960; for Boy Scout Troop 131 was one stop wen I blew my whistle?"

Supply Corps, nd later than Feb. of the units selected by the Lady Driver: "Well-uh-I'm a r.
1960. North Florida Council to have little deal"Policeman ,
1,
Selection boards are expectedto representatves on hand to greet : "Don't orry. i'
convene shortly after the Santa Claus upon his arrival in I You'll get your hearing tomor

deadlines for each program.. I Hemming Park last month. j _.__._.___.I


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I Italian Navvmen Completing Course HereTwelve I ;I' ,BIEN'J' : .-;. "B' '"N' ...(1'..,'.'..ll'-'j I'

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a, -U to \ \ ':- : : : .

members of the Italian I This holds true her unified as we Welcome aboard goes to 13 en-
tronic review, studied the SG-2 being five years. Navy were
Navy, "Marina Militare, will I compass, I.F.F. mark 10 and the 'for all men in they Navy with know them today. Count Camillb listed men who reported for'dutyat
finish their .five-week training of draftees who ; Benso di Covour is responsible
I ARN-26 radio compass. exception are NAS Jax last week.
Electronicswith
course in Avionics The group is under directionof required to serve two years. I for unifying the Navis of Italy
FAETULant aboard the into unit. Edwin Glennon, SKI, a Jacksonville -
2nd Chief-Radarman-Cevenini. one big
Cevenini stated their visit to I
station tomorrow.
Cevenini told Jax Air News of native, reported for duty
had been
the United States a
And in his honor the enlistedmen
The 12 when chosen to come
some interesting facts connected pleasant one and that he felt at wear black neckerchiefs instead with Supply Dept.. Moody Gay,
here, were sent to Rome to learn with
English then sent to Washington, the Martha Militare. He home aboard the stations, due to of the dark-blue color worn ADCS, Gallipolis, O., native, and
has served 12 and plansto '
years of 'the two Navies. C
D. C. for six weeks while they be a career man. Most men the similarity previously. The men all wear"Pizza" Calvin janklni. HM1 were two

familiarized themselves with in the Italian Navy in fact, stay Italy's Navy has been in exist hats. others checking in.

American speech and customs, in for quite a few years. ence for a long time. From the When the visitors finnish their Will ROIl, RMSA and recent

and finally flown to Jacksonville., The first enlistment period is 13th century the four sections of training tomorrow, they will go radio school graduate, is now

During the course at FAETU six years, the next reenlistment 'Italy each had one Navy. It to Norfolk for further training with Communications, while Albert

they have taken a Basic ElecClassified period is two years with the next : wad not until 1860 that Italy and 'before going back to Rome. Barry EM1, late of the USS

.,:, }. ..,., '.','''" '?: '3.a. ? ar+ :a?sS Ajax, is here for duty at the Com-
Electric; Files
; missary Store.

'I USS Darby was last duty sta-

i,01o,! I Keep Jag On tion for Coy Blocker now in NAS

For Rent Li LiC Jax Operations while Jack Cullor,

Navy 'AmmoWashington SA, has reported in from NTC
2 Bdrm. house with gtr. Kit. eqpt. $75 j'n Great Lakes, Ill.

per mo, 4627 Cedarwood Rd., Lake Shore. ((AFPS) With I
2 Bdrm. house, kit. eqpt. yard care, Also coming here from boot
its electronic
new computer,
$65 month. 1026 Plainfield Ave, Orange camp are ,Charles Hawthorn
the N locate
1 a v y can any
Park, Co. 4-9773. weapon or ammunition at the Dougles Koepsell, Willie Green.

Small, furnished apart. EV 84235. touch of a ,fingertip. Raymond Borchen, Thomas

2845 Corinthian Ave. $35 month. 1 It's an electronic "brain" which Hersch and Stephen Picone, Bor-

River front home, near NASJax; 4 ; ,. keeps a' voluminous "memoryfile" chers is an AA while the othersare

bdrm. fl/i bath, patio, double gar. $110 of every item of Naval SAs.

month. Phone 3436, Green Cove Springs. armament anywhere in the
Furnished 3 bdrm house In Lake Shore,

$85 per month. EV 75047. world.The computer system' providesa DUCATS FOR GB

4 rooms and bath, compo redeco. gar., worldwide daily inventory of
; GAME ON SALE
porch, yard, elec. furn. $70 per month. :' : weapons and armament. And it

Call EV 71950. 3859 Herschel St. can keep track of every ship in Special Services ?still has

3 bdrm hse furn., large yard, $65 per the Fleet. \ tickets available for the January -

month. 1036 Plainfield Ave Orange Park This is necessary, the Navy 2 Gator Bowl game between -

CO 49773. said, to keep ammunition pipe- Arkansas-Georgia Tech,
For Sale "ks lines filled at all times from but tickets are selling fast.

3 bdrm. hse., on school but route, FUEL DEPOT CHANGE OF COMMAND One of many pipeline --I factory to ship or missile base. About three-fourths of the
near Ensley outside Peniacola. Call ext. control valves for 'Jet fuel systems at the Navy Fuel Depot is The system was devised by the Station's )allotment of ducats
288. being shown to Comdr. Edward Eliot, new officer-in-charge Bureau of Ordnance and built by have already been sold. Re-
I (left) by CWO Duwayne Thompson. Comdr. Eliot arrived recent
I 3 bdrm hse.P 2 Baths, home. In Cedar ly from ComServRon 3 at Sasebo. Japan as the unit's seventh RCA. It will become a logistics maining tickets, however, are
i Hills-Assume mgt.. Selling equity for O-in'-C. CWO Thompson, who came to Jax in June as assistant aid to the newly established Bu- for real good seats. ,
t $675.00. No closing costs, no' red tape. O-in-C and took over as head of the unit one month later, remains reau of Naval Weapons. Personnel are urged to get
t Call I SP 14652. as assistant to the Commander. The Trout River depot their tickets soon to ensure :
serves commands at Green Cove Springs. Sanford and Glynco,
3 bdrm, 1% bath, cor. lot, parquet not being left out.
as well as Cecil Field, Mayport and NAS:Jax. USAFI Announces
floors. 4%% FA loan, buy equity 7340

Wonder Lane EV 7-1386 or NAS 251 Revised Causes
3 BC-BS Payment Due
3 bdrm 2 bath red brick home, hardwood Christmas Decorations Pose
The United States Armed
Blue Cross-Blue Shield policy-
I floors, ven. blinds, fence and ,ar.

Call SP 1.2058 Cedar Hills. Big Fire Hazard ProblemsRealizing Forces three Institute revised has college announcedthat level holders are reminded that prem-

MiscellaneousWantedride ium payments are due Dec. 14-15.
courses-two English and one
from Cor. Riverside and
Lancaster to Building, 500, at 07151555. that the danger of fire in the home' increases history-are now available. Payments may be made by
with onset of the Christmas NAS Jax check or order but cash
Ext. 8511 or EL 5-5719. greatly season, com- The new courses are: money ,
Wanted-ride from Southland Dr. off manding officer, Capt. James R. Reedy, has issued a fire D 467, Modern Far Eastern cannot "be accepted.

Phillips to Main Gate. Contact I prevention guide urging all hands to acquaint themselveswith History is a junior level course
Hiway ,,
tm: ."!! .h .:JI-! .6 '?'m1m.mm'm :
fire hazards. with the lands
dealing peoples,
Mrs Williams ext. 553. Hrs07301600.
ject within a short period of
and the institutions of the Far
l Addition rental andV for sale One prevalent holiday season time. ( 'tt %
information may be obtained by IT'S BEST to Christmas East.D
j fire hazard is the Christmastree. keep 408, Survey of American Lit- '
i contacting the Dependents Information ; <
trees indoors for
Although a freshly cut as short a erature I, covers American liter-
: Center, at the Main time before and after Christmasas
j is relatively safe, it ature from its seventeenth cen-
Gate, Building 13, extensions 8645 evergreen possible. .
s or 8606. becomes a highly flammable ob-: tury beginning through the writ- r:1\:
I An effective fire prevention ings of Lincoln.

'fr k W'' .Y method which would ensure D 401, English Composition II, T a .a
: safety of the tree and still assure a study of the elements of com- Y.

r retention of its shape and color position, sentence, paragraph,

i would be to recut trunk of the outline, theme, reporting and :' ? nf

tree an inch above original cut criticism.are :
and keep it standing in water up ; : ,,
i;,
:', to level of the fresh cut. highly inflammable substances -

Rx':::.l': 5? ?i3.i Trees should be tightly secured and should not be used in

I and protected from heated areas public places for decorative pur-

I passageways and doors. poses., :
SELECTION of gifts also playan < :
LS, }r PREVIOUSLY used lights shouldbe
important part on the Christ-
inspected to ensure against
mas fire prevention scene. It's
worn wiring and other defects.
advised that the following type .t"
Newly purchased lights should :
gifts should be excluded from
bear
"Underwriters Laboratories,
Christmas lists for
sake
safety's :
Inc. label pronouncing them OK
for use. pyroxylin plastic dolls, toys or
"nonflame proofed" children's
Because it's dangerous to overload
playsuits, or toys operated by
a circuit, some,lights should i alcohol, kerosene or gasoline.The .
be removed from the tree if a
full load occasions a blown fuse. Station fire departmentmust

The electrical circuit serving the: be notified when decora-
tions are set up in barracks and
tree should not exceed 15 am-!
peres. other places of public assemblyso

i N.x : ,, >i
NEW SKIPPER OF 'HUNTERS' Comdr. Roy Anderson hazard also, care should betaken afire I Dial extension 324 or 426 for __....___
(right foreground) inspects 'troops' upon his taking over as com- that this service. % JOI TO THE WORLD The
manding officer of Airborne Early Warning Squadron Four at decorative materialsare Lansing lady has the role of
NAS Jax last week. Comdr. Anderson, a Louisiana native, assumes fire and flame proof. Safe Flo Coogle in "Who Was That
squadron reins from Comdr. Drexel E. Poynlar, VW-4 materials include glass, metal Chief: "How long have you Lady?" The movie version of
commanding officer for slightly more than one year. Among and asbestos. been working here?," the Broadway farce also boasts
Comdr. Anderson's duty assignments have been tours with Seaman: "Ever since I heard a cast 'headed by Tony Curtis,
NABTC and as executive officer of locally-based, Fasron 109. Paper, cotton and pyroxylin you coming down the hall" D-an Martin and Janet Leigh,
all pros in the laff department.



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[O December 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Page 8


[Center Cagers Fliers Battle Saints In


et Action In-

ity'Circuit wsZr U I I' Mainside Tilt Tonight


NATTCenter Is represented by : c Yh.,. #$:d .o' .ad ,3..oolirac The Jax Navy Fliers, in%their first week of action, got the;

basketball team in the Men's short end of the see-saw in two tilts with city competition but

:ity League this campaign. sandwiched a win between the pair of setbacks to finish the
Players from MAD, AE and AO
initial week with a 1-2 mark.
hools and ship's companyperonnel The always tough PMGC Saintsof of a game last Tuesday at Green

make up the team, witht. 'r- I Ft. Gordon will test the Flfer Cove Springs was Unreportedat
Losert of Dental Department press time.
at Mainside gym tonight at 2000.

aching. The Fliers are scheduled to In last Thursdays opener, the
There is a continuous turnover
meet Walker College of Jack- Fliers looked like worldbeatersin
team personnel because of
aduations at the schools. Anye K ;soriville Friday at 0200 in Main the first half, jumping to an
side I gym. early lead. Unable to penetratethe
with experience who is in-
rested in playing basketball THE LOCALS are slated to host inside, Old Southern, .follow

contact Dr. Losert at the Hunter AFB in a 2000 tilt Sat ing a 30-28 half-time deficit,

ental Clinic or go to practice urday at Mainside gym. Results started firing from the boon-

1800 weekdays at Rosenthalym ..ln docks and showed they possessedthe

Building 513. Monday To Be punch necessary to mold a

NATTCenter recently won over avl > good offense of this type.

\-44, '8128and'\ after holding THE SOUTHERN qua d con

[17 point' lead, lost. to Jax Navy, Navy Night At trolled game mach of the final

59. half, pulling out a 63-61 victorythat

Racing Oval disappointed a slim inaugural -

night gathering..
SHORT Monday, December 14, has
Jax Navy defeated 'NATrCcn-
been designated Jacksonville
ter; 79-59, in a Friday night tilt,
CHIPS Navy Night at the Ponce de Leon
Race Track on U. S. 1, in with Jack Dorman leading the

i
\\ity of personnel aboard the Navy personnel will be ad- the victors. Van Matre of

tion contact Jax Air News F f } mitted to the track by present- NATTCenter also tallied Ifl.

\orts Desk, extension 216, or ing their I.D. cards, and will be In their third game in as many

[mdr. Bill Koressel, extension I w required' to pay the 'state tax evenings, the Fliers, coached this

P.) only track officials announced.Post season by Dick Savage, droppeda

low play, especially on crowd time is 2000. hard-fought defensive battle
weekends, be VARSITY CAGE TIP-OFF-Eyes focus on "center ring"at The sixth race of the evening,
can irritating. to the YMCA, 48,44.VA44 .
tip-off of the Jax Navy-Old Southern Foods basketball game
|e way to speed up play is this: last Thursday at Mainside gym. The game marked the inauguration a trotting affair, will be the

you're walking up to theI of the 1959-60 Flier iquad. Jumping center are Bill Boi- feature race on Navy Night.
ll I, mentally select the club worth of Old Southern ((15, dark Jersey) and Ron Holub ((25)) Following the event, a Navy Holds
to yout of Jax Navy Waiting for the ball are Jax Navy's Bob Gadsen representative will present a
use. You may changer ((14)) and Ed Starnes ((15) and Tom Howard ((23)) and Bob Waits trophy to the winner.
mind later but most of thee of Old Southern (both dark Jerseys.) Old Southern won, 6361. HardwoodLeague
*
"
you won't High ranking Navy officials wil

[hen, when it come your time be special guests of the Raceway LeadA

make a shot, you'll be ready.'t Quantico vs., McClellanIn Association.
wait until then to select Ponce de Leon Race Track j is 45-41 win over Infirmary

r club. located on Phillips Highway, U. handed the Hornets of VA-44
Texas Shrimp BowlThe S. I; midway between Jackson-
their fourth win of the season,
ville and St. Augustine. It j is

wling Leagues undefeated Quantico Marines will bump heads with accessible by two routes. Oneis allowing the attack squadron to
Mainside intramural basketball
via the Expressway onto Fuller pace
the once-beaten McClellan AFB, Calif., Jets Dec. 12 in the
Warren Bridge to pick U. S. :1 standings with a 4-0 slate.
Finish Of up
eing annual'post-season Shrimp Bowl football game in Galveston,
to Bayard the other is U. S.
Texas. I ; The Patrolmen of VP-16, pack-
Both' team employ former Route 17 to Green Cove Springs, downed
tegular SeasonWith A win over previously unbeatenFt. ing a potent scoring punch, -
Campbell, Ky clinched the standout college gridders. Quan- then to route 16 to route 210, Operations, 76-58. A quintet oi

| most teams in Mainside Bowl bid for Quantico while a tico's Vaughn was the nation's route 210 to U. S. 1 and left to patrolmen shooters finished in

tramural bowling play having 9-1 season record shows McClel- leading pass receiver in 1957 the Raceway. double figures.
oin one to three'matches while playing for Utah. Quarterback Racing dates are every Mon-
re- lan to be a worthy opponent for
'The VW-4 Cane Hunters defeated
Mauldin called signals' for and Saturday
aining, the regular season the leathernecks. day, Friday ,
Southern California a few 30. Approxi- Aircraft Maintenance 37-'
ould to close next years through January
come a IRONICALLY, both Wil "E"
30 and VAP-62 engineered a 49-
back. nine Held
mately races are
(eek. Overgaard, of Quantico, arid Eu-
38 victory over'Communication'S..
JVAP-62 duafd of McClellan nightly, six trotting and three
"A" seems like the gene Meeks of the Jets, became Garding '
obable winner in the Ameri- head[ coach of their base teamsat waj J'a top performer at Montana quarter horse. Up to eight Infirmary came back from the

n League although X-3 Divion the start of the season. And University and Jet quarterbackBettez horses compete in the trotting VA-44 setback to'down' Administration
honorsin affair while six to eight race in 62-48. FAETU
and Hospital have a math- two; fine records speak for the gained All-Europe edged past
atical chance of upending the job| they've done. 1958. quarter horse competition. the Mad Foxes of VP-5, '48-4L

aders. The____ _Marines_____n__ will n_ probably lineup I Tom Radaui led his Hospital
The picture in the National I with Holly Hollingshead,* 215 forces to a 54-47 decision over
Field Enters 679th Air Force.Standings.
eague is a little more hazy, as I lbs., and Dave Stecchi, 195, at the I Large

perations-Ordnance holds first ends, Jerome Haudra, 230, and i Won ,*
pace with VW-4 "D" and Dis- Don Rhoda, 215, tackles and Tony Fall Event V A.44 ...:...........,............-..........4. 0
Cup Golf VP-16...............J,..... .....-.3 0
ursing knocking at the door. Stremic; 210, and John McGinley, \ VW-4 ...........*.........................:....s 0
VAP42..t......................-.3 0
X-3 Division's Joseph 6rtega 205, guards. Hospital................................ .1 .2
|ook individual honors for John Yohn, 205, will be over A field of 58 golfers greeted Hodges, 1-up victor over Tom Admin ....................M.....??...??.1 2
Mauldin opening round of the annual Devil Docs ............................ 1 :a
jast week'as the tough competitor the ball and Tom King Ash.Also Operations .?..?..................?? 1 :9
recorded 247 and Dixon, Stu Vaughn and Phil Station Fall Cup Tourneyat in second flight, Bob 879th A F........,.1' :Z
a game Clements Jim Za- A/C Maintenance ................ 1 :Z
&05 series. Dupler will generate the offense the NAS Jax links last won over FAETU ...........................! :2Infirmary
weekend. worka; Richard) Lieurance .................1..1 sCommuications
In the National League, high from their backfield slots. .... ................ 8 3
ndividual game mark went to THE JETS will counter with 'In championship flight play, trimmed Ben Hill; George VP-5 ...........................-................. 0 3I
defeated Booker
Hooper Dan
? backfield talent of Gil Bettez Bill Campbell defeated Joe '
ete Riemenschneider of FAETU i the ,
John measured
and
[ W-4 Steele Eli Ireland and Van Vactor, 1-up; Dave Clark Hoydic
with a 225, Bob Biaetto of William ,
["D" captured the high set with Sid Brown. Centering the ball trimmed George McDonald,default 2- Tom Third Wilkinson.flight play saw the I 200 CLUB \,
577. will be Bill Martin. up; Chester Krol won a '
following results: Ed Walker
from Harry Webb and Overhaul and Repair 'led the way In
Jet line reads Jim
The beefy
Philip Hughes edged Bob def. Charles Jellison; R. C. the 200 Club lilt week at three O & R
For Interesting Ride Thompson, 260, Bob Davis: 220, Maranville. Edwards
at ends, Chuck Moody, 240, Ra- Bill Harris def. Bill Tolins; getting' I 242, Mariner, 219, and Byrd
Try Navy's Whaleboat mon Gonzales, 200, at tackles and Aslo, Ray Barnett defeated Bob Goodman def. Jim Lan- 204. '

The sailing whaleboat "Ichl John Eirp, 190, and Leon Gard- David Stewart; Sam Horton drum; Waft Heison def. John Right behind the Repairmen came HosItal -

i Bon" is eager to get underwayany ing, 185, at the guard spots. eliminated Paul Greenwood; Fehler; Dusty Rhodes def. Ed and VW-4 "D" at Hamby and
Saturday or Sunday on a Earvin Scott downed Charles Heron recorded 205;207-204 games for
Blake James Reedy def. the Hospital, along with Maranville with
Wilhelm the American
| pleasure trip. Hoyt Stitley and John Kerr dropped Richard Witcher; Sandy Mc- I 203. I

Here's an excellent opportunityto League's biggest argument for Bill Scarbrough. Leod over Jim Todd; Thomas For the Can. Hunters were Baletto; 202

take your family or girl friend j junk ball .pitchers, is a' Purple 'Second flight winners in-> Haley over Dick Savage; Art and Coleman 200.

along and enjoy Jacksonville Heart veteran of WWII's Battleof eluded: Charlie Roberts, 2-up Fowler over Charles Waite, Operations placed one man in the Club
fine, facilities.For II Evanoff hit 200 on the ''no...,
boating the Bulge-maybe that's why over W. K. Rhodes Jr.; Bob while byes went to Floyd
Other members of tM Club for last
information on "Ichi Bon, the Baltimore Oriole knucklerdoesn't Frazier, 1-up from' Jim Tabor; Short, John Sigafoos and week were. Wajda, 'Infirmary, 200j
contact Bill Clements at the Fish Jim Callaghan, who, defeated Harry Ferguson and Ed James. Marine Detachmentt201 Arch
Camp Sailing Facility, extension play dead at the sightof Art Woolridge, and|, Milton Holley. alley 1, 210, Chancey. FAW-111733,
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8440. Yankee pin stripes. I Hughes, NARTU_ 212.




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New RatingsContinued Training Given

( from Page 1)

The guided mlssileman (GS) Sunday School

rating is now a general rating

in all pay grades. Teachers HereWith

THOSE HOLDING the current nearly 500 children' 'at-

guided mlssileman rating wouldbe tending All Saints Protestant

changed over to'the proposed Sunday School in Building 722

missile technician rating, since weekly, a lot of Qualified volunteer -
teachers neeeded.
'the job of the rating are
new woujd 4 R'? ;
be limited to.the electronic and Recently a Teacher Training

technical work of missiles., Week was observed by 38 regu
lar teachers, six department of-
Personnel to fill a suggested Ni NiYY ficers and five general' officersin
.
missile ordnance rating would : ::+::"; ?: }? : :}S.r.::%:>:.}::x;';y?Yrk.,:::} ttc ?3;# darfrfE4if: ;; ... '?'.# : .'' .yy J. y .i.y',
} } :
come from the old established ':::fg, ,. M:; .. cation of these workers, it has
f f''rr 2 $ Fkfl
}'::'% {! }}} Y e #R f<:f % Sao'}:;
gunner's mate rating. Proposals l l t f.#%Yr ,ylC6'.Y%: 4. been revealed by Lt. Billy Wolfe,
:
,now under study would have ?xF,:};rF.Yr: t rb... NAS Prostestant Chaplain' in

the guided missileman rating a- :*.f> ? #?.tia *" x}f.}::. charge of the school.

''bolished and instead create two ,.. LEADING the training pro
:
.1 !F.;f.
new ratings missile ordnanceman f'' ;fi 3F: I gram were seven state and as-

(MO)' and missile technician ., 3.E, Yx' !',!..... sociation-approved workers of
''''' '' W>i''mm>i ''''7'iWm'Y ''V '' 'mwn. W "'W"'M..W'' '
(MT). SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS' COURSE Seven teachers In the primary department of the the Florida Baptist Sxunday

ON THE side of the coin local Sunday School of NAS All Saints Chapel are shown films by Mrs. A. C. Posey (fourth from ,School Board.
other left), Florida Baptist Sunday School Board-sponsonred leader at a recent Teacher Training Course Frank Delrose Jr., 'Glen' Baker
the Board also has proposals to here. An attempt to acquaint teachers with latest methods and materials for use in teaching Sun-
continue day School pupils, the moderated Comdr. and Roland Hudlow were key
unchanged the guided course was by J. D. Mullins. Superintendent. Viewing
missileman rating, but to add film a one session are (left to'right) Mesdames J hn Davis, E. A. McKinney and Mist Cheryl Mero, speakers, while'department lead-
all third grade teachers Mesdames Floyd DeGrof, primary superintendent, E. K. Daughtrey, first ers were B. S. Wall, of senior
the proposed duties to missile those ordnanceman grade teacher Alton Huth, third grade teacher aid Vincent Melanden, prospective: teacher. department, Miss Evelyn Parker,
gunners
junior department, Mrs. A. C.

mates duties. already performing such SKYWARRIORSETS / More Liberal Loan Policy Posey, primary department, and

Mrs. B. S. Wall, beginner department -
.
The much-talked-about postal RECORDA ,

clerk rating appears to be gain- Navy A3D-2 Skywarriorhas Adopted By Credit UnionBoard Comdr. J. D. Mullins, Sunday "

ing favor with the Rating Review' what is believed to be a School Superintendent, presided
Board. Various over the meetings and intro-
proposals to establish record for carrier-based
new a
of Pirectors of the Jax Navy Federal Credit Union
such a rating have been aircraft by taking off from the duced guest speakers and leaders.
in keeping with decent changes in the Federal Credit Union,
,considered for some time by the carrier, Independence with a Law have approved'a more liberal policy on making loans. CHAPLAIN Wolf e, in chargeof
Board. gross weight of 84OQO pounds. the local school, was responsible -
Civilian in'
the 65
with employees co-maker who for securing leaders' for the
Equipped a new typeof employee as or
The duties of a mailman, or to 80 dollars bi-weekly pay grade
wing, the tanker version of provides other satisfactory col- session.
postal clerk, are now performed (take home ) can now obtain -
pay *
the famed Douglas jet attack lateral. Primary purpose of the, course,
r p, by personnel in the yeoman rat- bomber made three takeoffsat up to 200 dollars on signa- Employees in the higher pay according to Chaplain Wolfe, was
Ing. '
ture, first loan. This amount
the mark. to teachers with latest
84,000-pound bracket may apply for a loan acquaint
The Navy said minimum air- increases (accordingly, with 400 of 750 dollars, if that person has methods and materials for use

With The speed at liftoff from the deck dollars top loan figure for em- established satisfactory credit in teaching Sunday School pupils.It .
ployees in the 81 to 125 dollar
was about 143 knots (163 with the Credit Union. was also an effort to encourage -
m.p.h.) bracket (take home pay, biweekly -! others to volunteer to
t ToastmastersFour The tests were performed to ) ; 500 dollars for 126 to I Satisfactory credit in all cases teach in the school. Chaplain

show the capability of launch- 175 dollar bracket, and 600 dollars -! means not having received noticeof Wolfe points out that "with the

lively speeches highlighted ing a plane parrying that for 176 dollar and up bracket. past 'due 'payment, nor having present load of pupils, we' could
Tuesday night's for been on the delinquent list. "
program weight with no wind required use 12 or more teachers.
Navy Civilian Toastmasters at other, than that generated by CIVIL SERVICE employees MORE LIBERAL loan policy i Volunteers interested in teach-

Karl Hellenthal's Restaurant.Dr. forward motion of the ship. has also been approved for military ing are asked to phone the
with less than satis-
one year's
,
Paul Mori rebounded froma personnel. Seamen can geta chaplain at extension 425.
setback in vocabulary last weekto factory service shall not be first loan on signature for, 100

acquaint all with the word The fellow who says he can granted' a signature loan over dollars; third class, 200 dollars;

"Gratuitous;" Bill Purcell pro- stop on a dime hasn't got 'good 100 dollars unless such loan is 300 dollars for second class petty Ii1Vi'iuiki'Jii1

ved that today's fancy packag- sense. secured by an acceptable, career officers, first class and chiefscan

ing does'not necessarily mean obtain a 500 dollar loan

containers: have ,been improved while officerS can ,get 600 dol-
and -showed the containers which '

have withstood all forces of lars.First
class chiefs and officers
Navy Wives Club No.' 86 met
change in "Improvement in Con'tab1rs1" -
I with satisfactory credit with CU December' 2 in the Dewey, Park
; Dick Baber took labor for one year, may apply for a Clubhouse. Hostesses for the
and management to task in his
loan of 750 dollars.
evening were Mrs. Joseph Sheff
"Salesmen of Sloth" while Law-
; Making of loans is left to determination and Mrs. Loren Shaver.
ton Green after-dinnered" with
of the Credit Com- The Ward of
his "Speaking of monthly Party
Speaking"
mittee, made of five officers
up
Dave the Club was held Tuesday at
Dr. Moomaw
as master
elected by the membership.A the Naval Hospital Mrs. Robert
critic led '
a pack of hungry and
LOAN officer has been des- Miller was aided by members of
clawing evaluators, including Dr.
ignated, however; to approve ful- her committee in serving refreshments -
Ken Scales, Andy Planey, Junior ( jI
Teske and Dr. Max Suter. rI >f#:)'# : ##'::,;'ty'f'::;>:!3. ly secured loans without necessity and providing enter-
I of committee approval.All tainment.
Toastmastering the programwas
E. K. McIlrath, with Frank .LL loan limitations not cover- The' Club has scheduled an

'Dressier as table topics chairman. ed by this policy are establishedby event in honor of Capt. and Mrs.
the Credit Committee in accordance James R. Reedy. The captain and

with good business his wife will be feted at a cock-

practice and Credit'Union policy. tail party at the Yukon Park

Clubhouse tomorrow (Friday).
Persons with good established
f Hostess will be Mrs.. Wallace
AFTER RETIREMENT CWO Sigwald Jacobson is credit with the Jax Navy CU will
shown upon retirement December 1 from the Navy after 30 receive the"utmost considerationby Everoski.
, } Sunday, December 13 years service. He was formerly attached to Aviation Officers .
the Credit
Committee.
t ALL SAINTS''CHAPEL School at the Naval'Air Technical Training Center. He plans to
0830-Service- Worship. live in Escondido,'Calif. Santa Claus At


year-olds 0930-Sunday through School adults,, Build-three- Top Sojourner Post 1 To Capt MartinCapt. December Birthday Navy ExchangeFriday

,
Ing 722; Adult Bible Class, Chap- Party Is Planned
Macy G. Martin has been ((1200.1530))
lain Wolfe, in Small ChapeL ard, reelected as third vicepresident Back for another evening of
his second term
reelected for as
0930-Service of Worship! of Northeast Florida ; CWO J. M. Thomas, secre- fun and dancing at the December
\, rl 100-Service of Worship, president tary-treasurer, and Comdr. James
435 of National Sojourners. Birthday party and dance will A country school teacher corrected -
1830-Teen-Age and Senior Chapter. McCoy, trustee for threeyearterm. be Melody Mal and his Country a boy who had said, "I

High Fellowships, and United Squires. The party is scheduledfor ain't gwine thar "
'Fellowship of Protestants, BuildIng Capt. Martin was sent back The above slate of officials will Thursday Dec. 17 from 2000to 'That's no way to talk. Listen:

722 and Small Chapel. into office at the annual electionof be installed at the group's next 2200,at the EM Lounge,Building I am not going there; thou art

ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL the group held last, week at regular meeting, January 6. Juv- 593Those not going there; he is not going
0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass. the Officer's Club at NAS Jax. enile Court Judge Marion Good-
wishing to celebrate their there; we are not going there;
ST. .LUKE'S CHAPEL Other officers include: Capt.M. ing will be guest speaker. December birthdays at that time you are not going there. Get the

i Naval Hospital09301'rotestaiit R. Hamilton, first vicepresident Installing officer is slated to be should register with Mrs. Mc- idea?"

,0630-Mass. ; Lt. James Cundy, second Col. Dallas Knoll, past national Hugh at{ the Lounge any day ''Ye ma'm. They ain't nobody

: Service. vice-president; Maj. Frank Rich- president of National Sojourners. after 1600, except Monday. gwine." ,