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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1960
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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SOCIAL SECURITY TAX BITE RAISED AST F JAN. 1 j


Military personnel and the
smattering of civilian workers! on the first $4800 in annual earn- in 1959. percent spread over the next nine funds.
ings to three When earnings stop becausethe
aboard the Station not coveredby percent. EMPLOYERS (in the case of years.
worker retires (men at 65,
Civil Service are finding This means that if you earn military and those civilians not This is what your Social Security -
slightly smaller paychecks these $4800 or more, your annual under Civil Service-the govern- money buys: It purchasesfor women at 62), dies, or is disabledat
days. Social Security payments will ment) must match employee you a form of old-age, sur- age 50 or over, benefit pay-
made from these
ments
rise as of this year to $144. To payments dollar for dollar. vivors and disability insurance. are
SOCIAL taken
Security taxes funds.
help your New Year's hangoverstay
from pay of the millions of this: This is the fourth increase in DURING working years, em- The Social Security program
nation's workers covered by this around longer, it's: nice to SS taxes in six years and more ployees, their employers, and does not cover Civil Service and
program increased January 1 note that you'll be paying $24 are promised. Congress has voted self-employed persons pay SS Post Office workers, who have
from two-and-one-half percent: more in SS taxes this year than three more increases of one-half taxes which go into special their own retirement systems.


NARTU Set -



For Annual l Jt1x. :




InspectionSome


1900 Naval Air Reser-
vists of NARTU Jax are due Vol. 17 No. 42 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 7 January 1960J

for inspection Saturday at

2000 Inspecting at Hangar the 113.Weekend Military Bills Awaiting ,

Warriors will be Rear Admiral 1t
Allen Smith Jr., Chief of Naval
.. Congressional ActionWith
Air Reserve Training, headquar-
tered at Glenview, Ill.
ON HAND to greet Admiral Congress due to convene, the military establish-
Smith, will be Capt. F. H. Holt, ment is taking a new look at the legislative calendar. The

NARTU Jax commanding officer. L a:. lawmakers, back on the job yesterday, found several unfinished -
Immediately upon arrival here, military_proposals_ on their agenda, leftovers from first ses:

the Admiral will inspect .NAR- sion of the 86th Congress. on HR-703 which would equalizepay

TU's active duty personnel.The Not much action is expected, of retired members in
evening inspection review however, until President Eisen- uniform services. ,The
will be held for the 17 Reserve hower's State of the Union mes- report said it favored the

units of the local NARTU outfit, sage is delivered next week and ple of the bill, but
hailing from as far away as the wraps removed from the a substitute version.

Baltimore, Md. Fiscal 1961 budget. This bill would, if
The units include: AWS-74, led I
provide that a military
BUT WHEN the lawmakers
by Comdr. C. W. Rogers of Jack- who had retired prior to
settle down to their tasks they
sonville; VA-741, led by Comdr.H. \ will find the following items ment of the Pay Act of 1958
J. Myers of Winter Haven; paid in accordance with the
high on the list of military legis-
VS-741, commanded by Comdr. J lation to be considered: scale. Under the act they
Frank Graham of Madison; HS- ceived only a six per cent
A. N JKK4 ::L As late 'as Dec. 11, Defense '
741, commanded by Comdr. A. ;4.L in retirement checks.
Borylo of Miami, and VP-741, led Department reported to Congress ALSO UP for t
by Comdr. John L. Briggs of the legislature will be the ,

Jacksonville. ..m ."v.. _...,.,. ., '.. ...., ...'................ ...... ........'.....' w.n........ Y"W'm___"_ Force's so-called "White :'
BIG DA YS!
ALSO, VS-742. headed by LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON-An oft-used adage that has a bill, designed to require the" ,
Comdr. ''John Pitts, Moultrie, Ga.; definite connotation here. Little Gerald James Jr. was born at qualified" selection I
the Naval Hospital 33 minutes after the New Year, first baby Good news for military 2)i
VS-743, Comdr. Theodore G. born in Jacksonville. Beaming mom, Patricia, says his daddywas personnel was. issued by the for regular officer promotions, I
Buckenmier of Jacksonville; VP- a first New Year's baby just 21 years ago. Last baby born Station's Disbursing Office this voluntary retirement of
742, Comdr. Frank D. Murphy, at the Naval Hospital in 1959 was Debra Bxoussard, daughter with the of' colonels and to permit a
Winter Park; VP-743, Com d r. of N. C. Broussard-, AN,-and-- Mrs. Broussard. days week for first half listing of 1960.pay accelerated promotion quota 'i

George Tamalis, Miami; VR-741, will I outstanding officers.A 1
Next regular pay day
commanded by Comdr. E. R. Pat- New March Of Dimes be January 15, followed by number of important

terson, Boca Raton; VR-742, February 1 and 15, March 1, proposing amendments to
Comdr. Charles S. Deneen, Or- Uniform Code of Military
15 and 30 and April 15.
lando; VR-743, Comdr. Harry Drive Gets Underway The "Eagle will scream" on were introduced in the first
and VR- sion early this and are
Taber, Miami Springs, May 2, 16 and 31 and June 15 year
led Comdr. C. W. Winter- pected to be acted upon
744, by "Prevent Crippling Disease." and 30. Pay days for the latter
bottom of Miami. h..tis the theme for the New ,>March of Dimes for 1960 part of the year will be issued Congress, convenes.
Baltimore Md. will be One of the bills, -
repre-
which will be conducted during this month.The I in a few months.All .
scored HR-3387 makes
sented by BAR-741, commandedby a
New March of Dimes, squadrons and Station
,Comdr. A. M.'Roberts. Comdr. explained. of major changes in the *<
drawing on the vast medical research units will be paid entirely by
Louis Currie of Jacksonville Since the establishment in 1938 One of them would
check this in the
experience of its parent year, as past
heads BAR-742 while AIRTU-741 of the, National Foundation, much few maximum limit on forfeiture
(Please turn to Page 8, ation, singles out three major 2)I
fields of crippling disease for a I,
Supper Cost HikedIn frontal attack. These are birth

defects, arthritis and polio.

Navy MessesOn FULL SUPPORT through vol- >

the heels of an announcedcut untary contributions from mili-
in the' commuted ration allowance tary and civilian personnel of \
the Navy has issued 'I' the Armed Forces in the Jack-
the news that surcharge on the sonville area is being urged for s Sn
evening meal in Navy messes has the New March of Dimes.
'
been hiked a nickel. Capt. Macy G. Martin, Senior wN '
The daily rate of ComRats is: Dental Officer and Staff Dental
now $1.10, five cents less than Officer of NAS Jax and ComFairJax
last .year. Breakfast has been cut has been named chairmanof
that amount to 25 cents while the Armed Forces Activities
dinner price stays at 45 cents Committee for the campaign.
and supper, 40 cents. Chief Warrant Officer Lester
Surcharges for those drawing Cunningham, of, the NAS den-
ComRats are now 10 cents for tal unit, will serve as his assis-
breakfast, 20 cents for dinner tant.

and the same amount for the 'THE FUND collection is part- .. ...
v '"" -
meal nickel hike for icularly important this because -
evening a year
ONE STEP HIGHER-143 NAS Jax enlisted men and women were advanced in pay grade'
'be latter. in addition to polio care in the Station' first mass promotional ceremony recently. Resulting from August lerricewide
For per diem personnel, sur- and furthering the use of Salk examinations, 71 were advanced to E-4, 25 to E-5, 31 to E.$, 14 to E.8 and two to E9. Capt. JamesR.
charge is 30 cents for breakfasta Vaccine, research funds will be Reedy, NAS Jax commanding officer, presented certificates to new master and super chiefs
( hike of five cents), 45 cents Used, to attack two other crippler while Comdr. Paul Bailer, Operations Officer, awarded others. During the ceremony, Capt. Reedy
said 'the group was "accepting appointments as petty officers to serve as a source of Incentive,
for dinner and 40 cents for rthrit1s: and con g en t ial nonrated personnel. You are also a source, that.trains these men. This way the Navy will progress
supper. birth defects. Captain Martin ."

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7 January 196p
JAX Aft. NIWS/
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II IINAS Adm.-"'- -Smedberg- Early Release For Campus



, Jft --9 Vice Due Admiral CNP William Post R. Bound Personnel OkayedWashington I


Jacksonville Smedberg III, Commander,
C pt. James R. Peed! ..,..,........................:................................. Commanding Officer Second Fleet, has been nomi- (AFPS-A) uni- tions with a directive applicable;
Corrdr. Robert!; Ne'! on ....,.................................................:..............Executive Offlecr nated by President Eisenhowerto form policy which allows a to all services.,
Air Jacksonville
NAB Six Fleet
Pear Adm. Kenneth' Craig ............ .;................................................;........ Commander succeed Vice Admiral Har- maximum of three months off BENEFICIARIES of the new
:Ipt. Greyiton H. Weber .................................................... Chief of Staff, Fairfax old Paige Smith as Chief of enlistment terms for college- "early out policy are enlisted
C.pf.. Nelson M. Head, Chief of Staff, NAB Six Naval Personnel in February.At bent enlisted personnel has persons who would be penalized

Cept. Robert M. Milner ..........i...Fleet........Air......Wing...:.....Eleven....................................... Commander the same time, it was been announced by Depart- unduly in pursuing their education -
Capt. Charles L Lambing ............................................................ Chief Staff Officer announced that Rear Admiral ment of Defense, to become if they were required to
Naval Air Technical Training Center Harold T. Deutermann, Com- effective immediately. finish their full terms of active
Cept.. Robert J. Fleming Commanding Officer mander, Naval Reserve Train- service."
Comdr. Gerald R. Pearson ............................................................ Executive Officer Command will relieve Variations had existed withinthe
Naval Hospital ing separate services over the The DOD policy specifies the
Cept. Alton C. Abernethy ........................................................ Commanding Officer Admiral Smedberg in mid- of release and eligibility effective separation dates will
Capt. John G. Feder ........................................................................ Executive Officer January and be upped to Vice date earlier than ten
not ,be days
NARTU Admiral.A criteria prior to the establishment I priorto
Capt. F. H. Holt ........................................................................ Commanding Officer DOD policy. The new I the educational institutions'
Comdr. H. Hudgins .............................................,...... Executive Officer new assignment for Ad- .of the registration deadlines.The .
miral Smith has not been policy eliminates the variations
Printed commercially with non-appropriated fund In Jacksonville, Florida at no announced. registration date must fall
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-95 Rev. July 1958. and replaces the separate regulaBECOMES within the last three months of
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel I of Fleet Air Jacksonville, remaining service.
Naval! Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air
Reserve Training Unit end the U. S. Naval Hospital.Service THE NEW directive is in line
Information Officer .................... Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnla Jr. with the Defense Department's
Assistant Service Information Officer .................... Andrew H. Plane/ i '
.r desire to give maximum
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters-Elaine Terrell; Ron Davis, AN; Gene assistance -
Hagan, JOSN. Photographer-Joseph O'Brien, PH3. to enlisted personnel whore
The Jax Air News Is I member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Materle qualified and sincerely wish
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit! It given. Photographs, to complete their education, a
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photographs.
Editorial offices located in Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone extensions Pentagon spokesman explained.
8164, 656, 272 or 216.. Specifically excluded from
educational early outs are aliens
Editorial seeking to qualify for U. S. citizenship -

through three years of
New Year ResolutionsAre military service and Reserve EM
ordered to six month active duty


Well Worth KeepingFrom training.Criteria for educational "earlyouts"

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are published in DOD Instruction -
now well into January the airwaves will be thick r I 1332.15.Civilian.

with jokes about making and breaking New Year's resolu- ,

tions It's a familiar part of the season-good-natured, rueful _

banter about high-minded intentions that never get off the C Job

ground.YET. V ii: ::: & __ i ...:.w:
THERE'S NOTHING ABOUT New Year's resolutions to ENGINEERS PRESIDENT Capt. J. Henry
ridicule. The essential idea is a good one-wiping the slate clean, Etter, (right) NAS Jax Public Works Officer, accepts gavel
beginning all over, bettering last year's record. from Comdr. R. F. Duelfer, Assistant Public Works Officer upon
taking reins as president of the local chapter of Society of ,
Ask yourself: What did I do in 1959 that was a mistake? Looking American Military Engineers., Capt. Etter and'his slate of More announcements of ex-
back now over 12 months, what did I neglect to do that might have officers were installed last month.- Comdr. Duelfer is out- aminations for job opportunities -
been to my advantage? Did I make friends or lose them? Did I miss going president of the group. ; at NAS Jax have recently
the boat for a promotion because I slackened on the job? Did I focus been released.

on any clear goal to work for? Leggett Named EmployeeOfMonthJames Opportunities exist for: tabu-

YOU DON'T STAND STILL-NOBODY does. You either go Leggett Jr., an equip- lating equipment operator, GS-3;
forward or you begin to slide backward. Once you're in reverse ment specialist in Technical Di- County, N. C., served in the engineer, GS-5 through 13; sten-
it's disturbing how you pick up speed. And most of the time you'renot vision of NAS Jax Supply De- Navy during WWII, then serveda ographer, GS-3 and GS-4; typist,
really aware of it. partment was selected "Supply tour with the Coast Guard.He GS-2 and GS-3; metalsmith
The New Year is the right time to honestly take stock of debits Personality-of-the Month" for (aviation) at $2.47 hourly; air-
and credits in man's. own character. If he wants to push a crash December.In began in Civil Service as craft metal fabricator, at $2.17an
program to eliminate the former, this is kick-off'time\ It may prove a radio mechanic at NAS Nor- hour; instrument maker,
a tonic for that let-down feeling that follows the Christmas season nominating Leggett for the folk in 1946, transferring to O&R $2.52 hourly; aircraft instrument
honor, his superiors say of him,
Sure, you may not measure up to all of your good intentions. Butit "He has advanced his know- Jax in 1953. He came to Supplyin mechanic (electronics) at $2.52an
won't hurt Jo test them for endurance, and you may be more gratified !- ledge in his specialty of elec- 1957 as an equipment specialist. hour; welder, $2.47 hourly,
by the results than you'd have thought possible. tronics by study on his own time and hour. ward attendant, $1.58 an

Two shipwrecked sailors ma- and has made many contri-
Drill Team Plays Big I Lineman, at $2.47 per hour;
butions to of
the
rooned on a desert island were accomplishment BC-BS Payment Is Due sandblaster, at $2.07 hourly I ;
Role In GB ParadeThat In despair after several months, mission of Supply Department." Blue Cross-Blue Shield policy heating i equipment specialist,

ever-popular form of entertainment but one day they became hysteri- "His never failing cooperationwith holders are reminded that pre- $2.37 hourly; paver, $2.17 an
-the parade- was cal with ;CYJ/. reprensentatives of other mium payments are due January hour and aircraft mechanic (rub-
witnessed 'by a large crowd last Station departments and with ber) at $2.27 hourly.
A bottle with a note in it came 18-19.
Fleet personnel has brought favorable -
Saturday in downtown Jackson- Further information can be
ville, as participants in the an- floating in on the tide. With comment to, Supply," Payments may be made by obtained at the Employment Of-

nual Gator Bowl Parade cavorted trembling hands they opened it, they added. check or money order, but cash fice in ''Building '907.

through their paces. only to groan, 'Ifs, from us." Leggett, native of Martin cannot be accepted.

Comprising a major portion of
the parade were bands from va-

rious military high units.schools One, colorful colleges float and I Performance Rating Change SoughtNew I

carried Linda Lee Mead Miss
legislation ready for formance evaluation and adverse ployee evaluation and force Sunday January 10
America of 1960. .
Congress when it reconvenes personnel actions, agencies to adopt a uniform ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL
The NATTCenter Drill Team includes a Civil Service Com- abolish statutory boards of approach to the evaluation 0830-ervice of Worship.
made an appearance in the mission proposal to amend review and eliminate the need problem." 0930-Sunday School, three-
parade and acted as an escort to the Performance Rating Act for civil service approval of Among the specific require- year-olds through adults, Build-
Miss America. of 1950. agency evaluation plans or ments of the new proposalare ing 722; Adult Bible Class, Chap-

The Marine Corps Drum and Under the new legislationthe changes in plans.It : (1) That each employeebe lain Wolfe, in Small Chapel.,
Bugle Corps from Washington, summary adjective rat- was explained that the informed of what is expected 0930-Service of Worship.
D. C., resplendent in its crisp ingsoutstanding, satisfac- proposal is the result of a of him in the performance 1100-Service of Worship.
High
red-and-white uniforms, led the tory, unsatisfactory-would be Civil Service study in which of his .duties and be 1830-Teen-Age, Senior
line of march. The Marines 'Drill eliminated.This agencies and representatives of fairly appraised in relation to Fellowships and United Fellow-722
Team also participated method of rating will employees and veterans that standard. (2) That each ship of Protestants, Building
organizations -
enable agencies to use em- employee be kept advised of and Small Chanel.

Elderly lady at the zoo: "See, ployee evaluation methods were consulted. the quality of his performance. ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL
Civil Service Commission 0830 and 1000 Sunday Mass.
that meet their managementneeds. -
children, there's the stork that
((3)) That, where
appropriate, CHAPEL
to Chairman Roger W. Jones said ST. LUKE'S
brought
you your mommy.
The new proposal, if adopted the "restrictive features of the written records of performance Naval Hospital
Children' (aside) : "You think would also eliminate direct present act discourage vigorous evaluation of each em- 0630-Mass.

we truth ought" to tell. Granny the connection between per- and effective use of em- ployee be maintained. (AFPS) vice.0930-Protestant Worship Ser-


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j r ; Wave Convention


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Scheduled For



With Civilian* Dallas In July

July 29-31 are the dates selected

Promoted at O&R were Henry for the National Waves reunion

Breitmoser, from Supvy. Planner for 1960. The annual affair

& Estimator to Supvy. Production 1 is slated. for Dallas Tex.

Control Specialist (Aircraft), ,{ The Waves convention waa:
i
GS-12; Jesse Cooper, from Helper .. hosted by Jacksonville in 1959,
Machinist to Oxyacetylene Gas with headquarters set up at the

Plant Operator; Sidney' Hodge, Robert Meyer Hotel.

Jr, from Aeronautical Engineer, 1
,)i Co-chairman for the 1960 event
GS-9 to Aeronautical Engineer, will be Comdr. Aileen Griffin and

GS11; George Meyers, from Electrical Lt. Patricia McKenna, both of
Engineer (General), GS9to Dallas.
.
same, GS-11, and Charles bJ The national conclave will be
Spock, from Apprentice Machinist
t' the "Coming of Age Roundup",
;
to Engineering Draftsman 'i'w. since this year marks the Waves'18th

(General), GS6.Advanced ., .. .,, ... ... ....,, ,. .., _....... .. ,. .,., ,..,. ,.. ,, ... ,,, ,
y.-- ;'-"''''>; "'oow.V'oY.w\'''''';W".v.V< "<".M..w"'w.' ''' ''''' '''''.w.-'w.'w '' ''' """" '''''-''';<';W ''; .VO''"' 'MW.W.' birthday.

at Public Works were PROMOTED Comdr. A. C Headquarters for the convention
Richard I Melsheimer from Cason, commanding officer of
Supvy.
,
will be the Statler-Hilton
Patrol heads 41
Civil Engineer (Gen.), GS-9 to of his men Squadron advanced Fine in rate in Notable Achievements Hotel in the Texas city All

Gejfral Engineer, GS-11, and December. Among those hiked Waves and former Waves are
Wilbur Mills, from Maintenance a grade is Jay Demon, AECS. invited

ber.Scheduler to Leadingman, Plum Yard Recorded Here In 59

Salvage Navy Establishes
Advancements in Supply were With still another year having passed into oblivion, and with
Emma Chitwood, from Card Slates Shotgun the Naval Air Station on the threshold of its third decade, the Jax EM Distributing Office
Punch Operator, GS-3 to Card Air News has taken time out to recap the last 365 days. Washington (AFPS) Jan. 2,

Punch Supervisor, GS-4 Julia January 1960 marked the opening of the
; conference ,
Sale Food service leaders throughout the nation hold
Elliott, from Clerk-Stenographer, Friday on Station. Navy's Enlisted Personnel Distribution :

GS-3 to Secretary (Stenography), For the third, time in recent New Tower "geedunk" opens.. VF-11, VF-173 and VA-105 de Office for the Continental
GS-5 Ray Forrest from commissioned. United States.
; Supvy.
months the Station's
Salvage
Credit Union holds seventh annual meeting.
Management Analysis Officer, yard is catering to sportsmen February Located at Bainbridge, Md., it
GS12 to Supvy.: Administrative with 60 12-gauge semi-automatic WAF Band gives Mainside concert. will control nearly all Navy en
Officer, GS-13, and Oretha Wil- shotguns being placed on sale VP-16 sets 16,000 hours, or two years, safe flying mark. listed duty assignments in the
kins, from Clerk-Stenographer VA-176 records bombing record, earning 64 "E"s during two-
United States and insure equitable
The guns are being sold at a week deployment in Cuba.
GS-3 to Secretary (Stenography), flat rate of 40 dollars each. March distribution of talent, both
GS-5. Some 20 Public Works shops awarded certificates for main quantitatively and qualitatively.
Tomorrow (Friday) has been .
taining no-lost time accident records.
In
Miscellaneous Vivian
were set forlhe sale, from 0830 to 1100 Drum and Bugle Corps formed at NATTCenter. Navy personnel officials pointed
Mayfield, from Clerk-Typist, GS3 The guns have been placed on Rear Admiral George A, Rosso, Chief of Navy Chaplains, hon out that through the electronic
Administration Dept. to Mail & sale by the Disposal: Officer of: ored during visit here. punch card system, "We are able
File Clerk (Typing), GS-4 Administration NAS Supply department. Mill Lcdr. William Doyle assumes duties of NAS Jax Catholic to achieve the nearest thing to a

Dept; Vernon Saun- tary and civilian personnel attached Chaplain. April personal interview with a Navy-

ders, from Warehouseman, Sup to NAS Jax are eligible Rear Admiral Kenneth Craig becomes new Commander Flee man before a decision is made
ply Dept. to Fireman, Public to purchase the guns. t Air Jacksonville and Commander Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval thal will affect his career."
Works Dept; Thomas Fitzpatrick, District, relieving Rear Admiral Wendell G. Switzer.
from Auditor (Industrial Costs), Military personnel are required Large crowd turns out for Station's annual Easter Sunrise Serv-
to show ID cards while civilian ice.
GS-11, Navy Area Audit Ofc. to New "super chief rates of E-8 and E-9 come into being here
Supvy. Auditor (Industrial Costs), must present ID badges. Disposal ''Mainside Mess Hall finishes big renovation project.
GS-12, Navy Area Audit Ofc, and personnel'are not allowed to Country's largest military: "Weathervision" system unveiled

James Glass, from Auditor (Industrial sale.purchase any of the weapons for here. May

Costs, GS-11, Navy Area Reservists of NARTU Jax units spend 11 days on Fleet anti
Audit Ofc. to Supvy. Auditor submarine maneuvers. ,
(Industrial Costs), GS-12, Navy Mountain Paw: "Maw, one of Thousands attend Open House at NAS Jax, highlighting Armed
Area Audit the kids is a-screamln' and a- Forces Day.
Ofc. hollerin.' Capt. F. H. ,Holt relieves retiring Capt. N. O. Anderson as com
Better what's a-ail-
Also, Gerald Greenway,' from see manding officer of NARTU.In .
Auditor, GS-9, Navy Area Audit in him, Afato. a big move, Navy "whitehats" given okay to wear new
Maw returns from the yard ina short sleeve white shirts.
Ofc. to Auditor, GS-11, Navy few minutes. Jessie Riddle, AG3, first Wave to fly in jet plane, as part of her
Area Audit Ofc; Albert Lingle, iob.
Paw: "Which one was it, Maw?
from Auditor, GS-11, Navy Area Hank June
i ? Patrol 18 to monkeys Able and
Audit Squadron helps recover space ,
Ofc.
to Supvy. Auditor
Maw: "Yep. In the pig pen up 3aker.
GS-12, Navy Area Audit Ofc; to his ears." Naval Hospital given commendation for completing five years
Bettye Ward, from Clerk-Steno Paw: "'Pears like you shet him without lost-time accident.
grapher, GS-4, COMNABSIX- up." Worst fire ever aboard Station confines destroys NATTCenter
Navy Exchange building.
Secretary (Stenography), GS-3, Maw: "Yep. Pushed him all Mail lands at Mayport after trip in nose cone of missile.
COMNABSIX, and Billy Robinson the way under. Less trouble to Capt. Elliott. W. Parish Jr., Station c.o., retires.
from Clerk, GS4, NARTU to have another than to wash the July
Clerk (Typing), GS-5, NARTU. dirty little brat." VW-4 enters sixth season of watching for hurricanes.
Last of R4Ds leaves O&R to end NAS Jax portion of "Ooera-
-
ion Deepfreeze."
Capt. James R. Reedy becomes NAS Jax commanding officer.
Some 1,000 Waves come to Jacksonville for 17th annual National
Waves Reunion.
August
Comdr. Robert J. Fleming takes reins as commanding officer
at NATTCenter.
VW-4 earns aviation safety award for an accident-free record.
Large portion of Casa Linda Lake drained in Special Services
project at reclaiming the, lake for fishing.
Dental Dept. gets modern high speed drill and water coolant
equipment.
September
Jax Air News reporter goes into St. Johns River depths in
diving suit.
NATTCenter halts epidemic of "strep" throat.
Naval Leadership School inaugurated at NATTCenter;
October
NARTU wins covered Naval Air Reserve Training trophy.
Transportation Division of Public Works first Station unit to
exceed CC-UF goal.
Blue Angels appear at NARTU Open House.
November
Dependent Information Center starts aboard Station.
Capt. James Ful hum retires as Senior Medical Officer, relieved
by Capt. Joseph Weaver.
December

< .........-. --- Capt. Nelson Mead Head new ComNab Six Chief of Staff,
END OF ANOTHER DECADE-Two officers and a pair of relieving Capt. Macpherson Williams.
chiefs of NAS Jax called a halt to their long Naval careers in a Capt. George R. Luker leaves post as ComFair Jax Chief of ....... -.." ............
joint retirement ceremony December 31 in the office of Cap Staff, with Capt. Grayston H. Weber, former NAS executive officer, CHARMING MISS Posing
James R. Reedy, Station commanding officer, (center). Retirees taking over. Comdr. Robert Nelson becomes Station's executive. pertly at Miami Beach,
' are, left to right, James KeUy, ADC, CWO Russell Corbett; fficer. provocative Ann Schraedel
Comdr.' James D. Mulllns, formerly NAS Jax Aerologist, and Twelve members of Italian Navy spend 'month aboard in ,elecronics brought her own umbrella to
Jack Frost AMC. study. hide from prying eyes.



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I Do You Really Know What Your Rating Is? r r rWelcome

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What's the difference between
rate and rating? This questionhas ratings, running from aero- changed to ship fitter. Logical man (HN) is a hospital corpsman aboard to 23 white-

perplexed many a Navyman grapher's mate to yeoman. Still, abbreviation PF. (JIM) when he wears a crow. hats who checked in for duty at
throughout the years. confusion often reigns when an This worked fine until a man He is a hospitalman (UN) NAS Jax during the ChristmasNew

Rate denotes man's E-5 is an ET, an EN is an E-7. made chief, which made him a until he makes the E-4 pay Year holiday period. ,
a pay Abbreviations for rates and PFC. The Army has lots of grade. In the steward rating, a
grade. The rating is. his par- ratings are generally correctlyused PFCs, so the pipe fitter became stewardsman Is a TN while a Reporting aboard were ED.
ticular specialty such as radio- MUND GRANT SKC, of Car-
but sometimes suffer in the fitter pipe in abbreviation and steward is a SD.
man or aviation machinist'smate. thage, NY, from Navy 214
; Nancy
the chief was FPC. But the If al times the rate and rating
translation and
( Navy news- Conroy, SA, of Boston, Mass,
fitter' muddle we must
change to ship resolved system seems a
this papers are no exception). from RTC, Bainbridge, Md Jean-
Using as a guide, there this whole problem. console ourselves with the hope ;
are nine rates in the Navy's en- A classic example in the rating Confusion still exists when that the disbursing office knows ette Wilson AKAA,, of Birming

listed structure, from seaman abbreviation jumble was pipe different rates of ratings have the difference and can prove it ham, Ala, from NATTC Mem-

recruit to master chief, and 63 fitter, before that rating was different designations. hospital- twice a month. phis, Tenn; Janice Woodard,
YN3, of Indianapolis, Ind, from
NTC, San Diego Calif, and Wil-
Traffic Offenses FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION liam Floyd Hines AK1, of Jack-

son, Tenn from Navy No. 103.

Aboard Station x Also, CLYDE CALIGAN, RD1,

LOYAL'Y of Greensboro, NC, from USS

Keep Police Busy '.. run UUIV' s Ross (DD 563); Johnny Bowman,
o AUOCIA"ON I AC2, of St. Lewis, Mo, from NS
During the month of December, N / Argentia, Nfld;, Stacy jCarhart,
238 tickets were issued by Station -I 4 [ .,tI M C ifc TDIAN, of Philadelphia Pa, from
police to violators aboard. p : 3'\ :
NATTC, Memphis, Tenn; Henry
the Naval Air
Station. I
I Johnson, AGAN, of Macon, Ga,
;
Appearing before Traffic Officers : 4( 4 from NAS Sanford Fla
Local branches 126 and 91. ; Ralph

the U.were S. Commissioner some 202 cases disposedof while Secretary, Branch; 126 is Wilson Anderson, A02, of Knoxville,
Tenn, from USS Hancock, CVA19 -
26 violations Sandefer, EV' 9-8061; work phone
and James Sipe, MU2, of
Following offenses were com- extension 8516. Baltimore, Md, from USS Des

less mitted during December: reck- It's surprising to note that so Moines, CA 134.
driving, five; improper
parking, 39; failure to stop at few eligible: Navy and Marine Buster Hatfield AN, of New-

stop signs, 27; speeding, 67 Corps members know so little ard, Ohio, and Billy Willis,
; 'ENFA, of Little Rock, Ark, both
faulty equipment, six; inattentive 1 about the Fleet Reserve Associa-
checked in from SSC NTC, Great
driving
Station, accidents one; involved, 28; and in other on- :i tion. Lakes, 111.FROM .

offenses, 65. "" "WM_._.'.. ... .'.'.._ Membership is open' to men with RTC NTC Great Lakes
The Traffic Officer handed out NICE CHRISTMAS PRESENT-Above persons all attachedto six years honorable service as an came Robert Kilpatrick, FA, of
92 restrictions; five restrictionand the Naval Hospital, were given promotion certificates priorto enlisted man. Some 350,000 are Fairhope, Ala; William Hays, AA,
the Christmas holidays. Making the presentation was Hospital -
CO; 11 were sent to Traffic commanding officer, Capt. Alton C. Abernethy. Front row presently eligible to join. of Georgiana, Ala; William Fraser -

School, while 16 received warn- (left to right), are T. J. Bufano, D. Green, M. A. Radial C. H. FRA, chartered in 1924, has AA, of West Reading, Pa;
ings; seven cases were dismissed; Robinson and M. M. Zimmerman. Second row, M. J. Ervin G. L. steadily gained respect of law- Sergio Germinario, SA, of Hoboken
11 were indefinitely Van Houten, W. P. Moore and D. W. MacKay. Third row, C. L. NJ, and Edward Fassio,
suspended; Nelson. J. A. Nuhn, J. Parker and A. S. Traywick. Rear, R. L. makers. The Association main-
nine cases were forwarded; 15 Everingham, HMCS and C. E. Chamber. tains national offices in Wash- SA, of Montreal, Canada.

sent to the CO for action and 29 ington, D. C., where lobbyistsare And, Ronald Skeldon, AA, of

violators suspended. retained to act in the service- Gillespie, Ill; Ronald Langlois,
Of the tickets issued during Water Seen Strong EnoughTo man's, benefit. AA, of Sanford, Me; Floyd Wat-
December, nine were forwarded kTris":"FAT"o'f"Micro NC; Robert
Many bills are expected to be
to other commands for action Bernhardt FA of Cross Village,
12 ,
introduced in the
Fast Jet Aircraft upcoming ses-
were visitors, eight transfered Stop sion of Congress which can directly Mich, and Eli Robbins, FA, of
from NAS Jax and no further South Norfolk Va.
affect service personnel.To .
action was taken A new 'type arresting gear f6r aircraft was successfullytested
There were 19 accidents by recently at NAS Cecil Field. keep the benefits now enjoyed Driving To 49th State?
privately owned vehicles and Miller as well as to obtain new
by Comdr. Ward S. com-
government vehicles, 9. manding officer of VF-174, tested IN BOTH the tests, the gear legislation which would be beneficial Take Enough MoneyTo

Some 71 tickets are awaiting the gear in an F8U Crusader. He stopped the plane 'within 1,000 a strong Association is Make Long Journey

disposition.NEW touched down 'against the wireat feet.The needed. Current rolls carry 50,000 Washington (AFPSAlaskan)

163 mph, then taxied into the gear, designed as an members, out of an eligibilitylist Highway travelers had better

wire at 100 mph. emergency device for arresting of 350,000.To carry a substantial amount of

hook-equipped aircraft, can savea join FRA, contact the money If they expect to enter
pilot and his plane in case of Branch Secretary or any'mem- Canada.

Skyhawk Set an aborted takeoff or fast land- ber of the Association. The Canadian government has
ing. It's effective with planes
directed a three point requirement -
Fleet weighing from 10,000 to 34,000
To Join pounds. TIDE TABLETides for entry into Canada.

MonthWashington The Crusader flown by Comdr. at Atlantic Beach: The three minimum require-
Xc'4 4 P Within HIGH LOW ments are: ((1) $250 for the driver -
Miller
weighed 20,000 pounds.
(AFPS) First A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. and car ((2)) $100 for each

t fleet deliveries of the Navy's The gear works on a "water Fri. 3:54: 4:10: 10:14: 10:21: passenger. ((3 With only the

> light jet "Skyhawk" planes are squeezer" principle, in which a Sat. 4:46: 5:03: 11:04: 11:06: minimum amount of money, the
expected sometime within fie loosely fitted piston is pulled Sun.5:35: 5:51: 11:49: 11:48: traveler must carry a valid cre-
through a tapered, fluidfilledtube dit card.
next month.
increasing hydraulic pres-
This announcement was made sure.
recently by the Navy along with '
the statement that the Skyhawk THE MECHANISM consists of

program is being beefed up by an a seven to eight-inch wire rope
additional $58.8 million contractfor pulling a two and one half
additional production of A4D- pound aluminum piston within

2N models. ; each of the two undergroundtubes

COMMANDANT-MaJ. I Capable of carrying atomic I 920 feet long and tapered '"r'

Gen. David M. Shoup, Medal of weapons, rockets, guided missilesand from seven and one half to four
Honor winner, has replacedGen. 'machine guns, the Skyhawkis and three quarters inches. Each
Randolph McCall Pate as powered by a Wright J-65 Sap- tube contains 880 gallons of

Marine Corps Commandant.A phire turbo-jet engine delivering water.

speeds exceeding 650 miles an The gear is retrieved by a
young man was engaged to hour and permitting ranges of nylon line attached to end of the
a pretty girl who would invite
over 1,000 nautical miles. cable, which pulls the cable and
him. to her apartment after each
The single-place, low wing Sky- piston back into position. The
date. Then she'd whip up a batter
hawk is designed to operate from
cable is sunk in the
runway
and make
waffles. White ,he was carriers and short landing fields.It .

contentedly eating, she'd read offers improved weather and when not in use and, when '':}:"r'a}. :.4?+{.:,'{'':.{v>$'?;xsxii.. .f;.
.:: f} ':;.;.2 ;'i'':.K;::: ':,4' ;;{:{
poetry to him until the wee hours navigational capabilities plus advanced needed, pops up six inches above ...:.i\j..;..+,ftv'x:R:..laaelbl: :.>.,. _. .....;,_ .. ,.. ,
.w ''* m >o'sla'ti'iYia'Pk';:;; ; ; :;(::>);.wr.3:2;: -**;w>.ia.x: awY;;:: Mx.x;f.'v;}%>.C:"
of the morning. pressure fueling and in- the ground. "
mZFDl BY WATER-FBU Crusader jet of Fighter
Finally, they were married, flight refueling through a remov- Cecil Field will have another Squadron lhow/1 after coming to a halt following successful -
able nose probe. testing of a new.type
emergency arresting recently at
and the neghbors never ceasedto such gear installed and all majorair Cecil Field. Comdr. gear
Ward
By mounting a "buddy" refueling S. Miller, VF-174 commanding officer,
wonder-did he marry her for store under the wing it also stations, including NAS Jax, new the Crusader on the tell hop. It's claimed the gear, which

batter or for verse? becomes flying tanker plane. will have them eventually. I his operates plane on in the event"water of an squeezer"aborted takeoff Principle or, can fast'save landing.r a pilot. and






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JAX AIR NEWS Page 5


Must Aliens Report In US -Armory Warns Against




Home Data Handling Stray 'Ammo'"People


Washington (AFPS) Aliens
shouldn't act as demolition experts after finding
in
serving Armed Forces instal-
harmless ammunition which could be extremely
apparently
lations in the continental Uni-
ted States or its possessions have \iiji j dangerous" is advice given: by ordnancemen at the NAS
Jax Armory.
been advised they must report receivedper bearing the inscription 1863, con-
calls
Among some 200
their addresses during January tained a live charge, brought it
year at the Armory on"ammo"
1960. to the NAS Jax Armory for
This warning was issued by the found are rockets, ar- further study.
tillary shells, high explosive and
office of the Commissioner of THERE IT was learned the
armor-piercing projectiles, flares,
Immigration and
Naturalization Civil War relic-Naval warfare
which noted that alien hand grenades, bombs even
depend- type-had been,made inactive by
ents of servicemen-and other cannon balls. running a small wire throughthe
THE CALLS, Allan Johns,
foreign-born, unnaturalized resi- says I fuse. After drilling a hole in
dents also ADC, small arms instructor here,
must report their
ball its
the back of the contents
addresses are by people who discover various -
during January of each were soaked in a mineral base
year. types of ammunitionbothactive penetrating oil. Then it was
Immigration and Naturalization and inactive-in and
sawed in half.Weighing .
Service officials emphasizedthat around their homes.
95 pounds, the cen-
aliens serving in foreign One of their most recent calls tury-old relic was formed

stations as well as alien depend- was from Mrs. M. D. Moody, who through a "pretty good cast job".

ents of military personnel temp SMALL BUT DANGEROUS-All sorts of dangerous am- found a Civil War cannon ball "The Navy had able-bodied seamen
orarily living in foreign areas munition are collected by the NAS Jax Armory from homes among relics collected by her to handle the heavy am-
must report their addresses within and property of civilians in the area. Above, Allan Johns, ADC, father. Her sons were rolling it chief commented.The .
and Herbert O'Neal AOC, demonstrate the1 mution, the
ten days after their return to a sample of collect. down the driveway at 1334 May-
the States. ion. Items, from left, are rocket fuse, WWI 75 mm artillary shell, three pounds of ammo-
high explosive projectile, submarine flare, armor-piercing pro. fair Rd. when they discovered a nium powder contained in the
Immigration officials warned jectile, 50 cal. nose cap, smoke grenade, Civil War cannon ball, plug in the side-a hint it may .ball was almost deteriorated with
that failure to send in the re- and fragmentation grenade. The chiefs are holding bazooka be active.
rockets and bomb. Below with Chief its 100 years"of age. One interest-
quired'reports may lead to fines a practice spanner wrench
Upon arriving at the residence,
imprisonment Johns adjusts fuse on 1863 cannon ball found in hands of school ing fact learned through the
deportation or a chief Johns, fearing the ball,
combination of these penalities. boys recently. chiefs five hours study at the
-
Foreign-born residents obtain library prior to opening the ball,

card report forms can at post- Days Of WWIIEntertainers and from contacts with specialists

offices during January or by writ- was that the powder was
ing the U.S. Immigration and manufactured in Germany, only

Naturalization Service, Washington powder plant in the world at that

25 D.C. time.
Cards should be filled out and Are RecalledTelevision ALTHOUGH this i particular

returned to the clerk from whom i cannon ball didn't happen to be
screens are occupied, chief Johns thcyloCten '
they were received, it was ex dangerous, says
plained. much of the time these days with are.

old movies, throwbacks to the One man, for instance, who
WWII era. A busy motion picture found an 1861 cannon ball

industry ground out miles recently, pulled the fuse out and
and miles of celluloid
footage substituted a paper one. Whenhe
during the war and movie with set fire to it, it shot sparks for

were constantly occupied minutes. This, he says, could
entertaining a jittery nation. have easily been fatal.

SALTY HUMOR PROM What was happening in the entertainment An Orange Park schoolboy was

HER AND 'THERE business during a Y 1i found carrying to :school a prac-

typical wartime Christmas in the tice bomb which, if dropped,
Football Fan: "See that big would have exploded.
fellow playing fullback? 1 think early 40s Here's a brief look- MANY PEOPLE have quantities -

he'll be our best man next year." see: of dynamite and grenades

Coed: "Darling, this is so TWENTIETH Century-Fox an- around their homes as souvenirs.

sudden". nounced a paper called "Back Since grenades are frequentlylive

Home" which would go to its possessors should make cer-

Employer: "For this job we employees then in the service. tain they are harmless before

want a responsible man." What made it news was that pin- keeping them within reach of,
Applicant: "That's me. Every- up favorite Betty Grable was editor Sailor Lives To Relate children. Some even contain

where I've worked, when some- blonde Madeleine Carroll poisonous gasses.

thing went wrong they told me the pre-war sexess, was Amazing Sea OrdealTragedy Often persons unfamiliar! with
I was responsible." proudly wearing PFC stripes as hazard involved find such an

an honorary member of a Coast was averted when an 18-year-old sailor managedto object and carry it around. Even

A preacher was addressing Artillery unit based near her stay afloat for a harrowing two hours in chilly, shark-in- the jar of walking could easily

Sunday School children. After; California home. 'ested waters 60 miles southwest of San Diego. detonate it, Johns says.

awhile he asked: "Is there any' Music circles buzzed when William Buie, who repeatedly Armory'personnel urge persons
boy or girl who would like to I Glenn Miller accepted captain'sbars sang" the only song he knew- thinking back to the night of Nov. finding items of ammunition not
fortitude and
23. But his amazing
ask me a question?" in the Army. His swing orchestra The Tennessee Waltz-to keep up to "act as demolition experts,"
For a moment, silence. Then a folded, with most of its his courage, is alive today be- the sharp ears of an alert lookout considering the tremendous dan-
he remembered his recruit aboard the escort vessel Frank I involved. Rather than Unk'ering
shrill voice chimed: members going to the draft cause ger -
"Please, sir, why did the angels boards, or to other combos training on survival at sea. Knox saved him. with such objects, :persons
walk up and down Jacob's the N a v y inducted an entire ABOARD THE destroyer ArnoldJ. Shivering, dazed by exposure, should contact experts who will

Ladder when they had wings?" dance band, and made baton Isbell, Buie became seasick from he began to lose hope when he I take them to the armory, burning.

"Ah, I see," said the preacher. swinger Clyde McCoy (Sugar the roll and pitch of the vessel' spotted the Knox and shouted for area for disposal. '

"Now would anyone like to an- Blues) chief petty officer and his and went aft to smoke a cigar- help. His cry was heard and res- After noting location pf suchan
swer that question?" men first class petty officers. ette. As he leaned over the port object, persons should call
cue swimmer Harold Martin dived
quarter, the ship suddenly rolled the NAS OOD or the Armory, at
THE MOVIE industry was as over the side and hauled him in. extension 686.
Two men were riding, in a hard hit as any other industryby and Buie toppled overboard.
him fall and the The Knox crew, consideringBuie
No one saw
small plane, unfortunately, one the huge draft calls. Wartimewas
fell out. Fortunately, there was a an era for new actresses to Mulberry, Fla., farm boy was a good omen, has invited Adm. Wright Eyes

haystack below.Unfortunately. zoom into stardom. But for the too shocked by the cold water to him to join their ship.
yell for help. But he quickly regained Retirement Plans
here was a men it was a time for them to
pitchfork sticking out of it. Fortunately pick 'em up and put 'em down. his composure-he had to Inspector General Admiral Jerauld Wright, a
he missed the pitchfork. On Army or Navy rolls at one -and stripped off his dungarees, holder of three important Naval

Unfortunately, he also missed time were: Robert Montgomery, knotting the legs. Makes Local VisitThe positions, is due to retire March 1.

the haystack Jimmy Stewart, Ronald Reagan, He produced an air bubble in Admiral Wright is Command-
Tony Martin, William Holden, each leg by smartly snapping the Navy's Inspector General, er-in-Chief, Atlantic Fleet, Com-

The preacher was going great. Ralph Bellamy, Victor Mature, trousers, waistband first, onto the Rear Admiral John W. Ailes III, mander-inChief Atlantic and Su-

"Everything God made is perfect Tyrone Power, Van Heflin, Rob- water to make a floating device. has: slated an inspection of Jax preme Allied Commander, At-

," he shouted.A ert Cummings, Sterling Hayden, AND THEN he waited, prayed Naval area facilities today lantic (NATO.) His successor

'hunchback in the ,rear said, Maurice Evans and Jackie Cooper. and sang while bobbing in the (Thursday.) has not been named.
Departure of Admiral
black sea watching the Isbell's Wright
"What ,
about ?
me The Admiral
will tour the from the three commands is sig-
Preacher: "You're about the A Hollywood name who took lights I fade in the distance. various installations then fly backto nificant, since he has held the

most perfect hunchback I ever part in a pair of Commando raids "I guess that was about the Washington on Friday. He posts since April 12, 1954, longer
saw." was Col. Darryl F. Zanuck alonest I ever felt," said Buie flew into. NAS Jax yesterday. than anyone has ever held them.



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JAX AIR NEWS 7 January 1960

V



Navy Stayed In News ,{, i.x 11II




Throughout- Old Year I J'i' $a F Pre-Christmas r activity kept ata


In a nutshell, here are the Japan plans verified to phaseout high pitch at the Naval Hospital -

events that made headlines in warrant; officers. July-first delivery ward with 38 young-

Navy affairs during the past nuclear-powered surface ship, sters entering the world there

year. Long Beach, launched; Fleet from December 10-17.

January Navy strength au- Adm. William D. Leahy dies. Born December 10 were: Sandra

thorized at 864 ships, including Ann, to Jay Dale Byrd, AD3, and
389. men-o'-war. March Cecil August New radar system yQ ny :: Mrs. Byrd; David Wayne, to

Milne nominated Assistant Navy developed by Navy, capable of t n<: Willard Hembree, ADI, and Mrs.

Secretary; Adm. Arleigh Burke reaching as far as 5000 miles over Hembree; Robin Ellison, to Rob-

handed third term as Chief of the Earth and detecting missilesas ert Rellihen, ATC, and Mrs.

Naval Operations, effective Au- they're launched; Navy Rellihen, and, Gary Dean, to

gust 31; nuclear sub Skate makes "Hump Bill" becomes law; Fleet Robert Wilburn, AM2, and Mrs.

second trip under North Pole ice Adm. William F. "Bull" HalseyJr. Wilburn.

pack, cruising 12 days under ice. ., dies;, MaJ. Gen.. David M. Entering the world December

April Atomic ..sub Skip- Shoup named to succeed Gen. 11 were: Margaret Lanette, to

jack is commissioned. MayBullpup Randolph McC. Pate as Marine I John Nichols, AE1, and Mrs.

Navy's air-to-surface guided Corps Commandant. / 1 Nichols, and James David, to Lt

missile, becomes operational; September-Rear Adm. P, D. (jg) and Mrs. Vernon Watwood.

William B. Franke nominated to Stroop becomes first Chief of Nine babies were born Decem-

be Navy Secretary, Fred A. Bureau of Naval Weapons; De- _nnn_____ ___ ber 12, including Robert Wayne,

Bantz to be Undersecretary; Don- fense Dept. official announces JOINS WARRANT RANKS-Warrant Officer Robert Becker to Buren Epley, BM3, and Mrs.

ald A. Quarles, Defense Secre- that space and missile program (center) has bars pinned on by his wife, lone, (right) and Epley; Jonathan Lee, to James
being reorganized with Air Force Lt. Col. Patrick Harrison, commanding officer of Marine Air
dies first Fleet Ballistic and Mrs. Fanning
tary, ; WO Fanning, AM3, ;
: chief Reserve Training Detachment, in a ceremony last week.
Missile submarine, George Wash- getting role. OctoberGen.. Becker, a 17-year Marine Corps veteran, jumped from First Elaine Marie, to Robert Haubold,
ington, commissioned; Navy Se- of the Army George C, Marshall Sergeant to Warrant Officer in tough competition for WO AN, and Mrs. Haubold; Clara

cretary approves modified ver- dies. promotions throughout the Corps. Prior to his becoming an Eunice, to Charles Lehosit, AD1,

sion of Franke Report on reorganization N November Defense SecretaryNeil officer, WO Becker was Sergeant Major of MARTD. and Mrs. Lehosit; James Paul III,

of Navy Dept.; McElroy says 5000 men to to Corpl.: and Mrs. James MorganJr.

Thomas S. Gates, former Navy be cut from Army and Navy and Civilian Health Plan .; Judy Fauncene, to LtJg(j )

Secretary, named Deputy De- that Navy would be denied sec- and Mrs. Wayne Musick; Keith

fense Secretary. ond atomic aircraft carrier; Dec- Robert, to Robert Satterfield,

June-Two CommunistmarkedMIG comber-Bureau of Weapons be- Queries Are Answered ATR3, and Mrs. Satterfield; Da-

comes reality, one month early; vid Russell, to Henry Wiegen-
fighters attack and damage Thomas S. Gates Jr. new Defense Here are more answers to stein, AOC, and Mrs Wiegenstein

Navy patrol plane over Sea of Secretary; Navy's first guided some of the more pertinent quer- vivor-annuitant, continues the and Carolyn Renee, to Walter
health benefits does
missile destroyer, 'Dewey, leaves ies on the civilian health insur- coverage, Wood, YN2, and Mrs. Wood.
he have to for it?
/shipbuilder's yard. ance bill to be enacted into law pay
A. Yes. However, he does not Seven newcomers were wel-
I I July 1, 1960. comed December 13 including
Scouting have to pay more than an em- '
Able Back From 'Q. If I should die, would my ployee who is enrolled in the Christy Renee, to Corpl. and Mrs.
wife ( husband and childrenbe
VP.16 or ) same plan.Q. Gary Cribbs; Terri Ann, to S/Sgt

Patrol Squadron 16 combined Traffic ,InstituteCharles able to continue the health Will the government con- and Mrs. Sam Locastro; Darrell,
benefits
?
coverage annui to William Maggard, EOH3 and
tribute to the cost of an ,
celebrations with
New Year's Eve Able; NAS Jax '
A. Yes if certain ant's enrollment? Mrs. MaggarcUvBeth 'Renee, to
they meet ,
l\ a farewell party for the depart- Safety Superintendent, com- ,
requirements. A. Yes, on the same basis as Manuel Margolis; SN, and Mrs.
ing Operations Officer, Lcdr. H. pleted a three-week training
to an employee's. Margolis; Melissa Joann, to Joe
G. Smith. course in Motor Vehicle Traf- a WHAT are the require-
a HOW WILL an annuitantpay Pace, AD2, and Mrs. Pace; Lisa
fic Control at Northwestern ments they must meet?
The buffet dinner heldat
was his portion of the enrollmentcost Diana, to Vance Smith, AG3, and
University, December 18. A. There two require- '
the NAS Cecil Field Officer's are
? Mrs. Smith, and Kathleen Ann,
The special stressed ments: 1)) At time of death
Recreational Facility. Lcdr. Smithis course you
A. It will be withheld from to Donald Wright, AMH2, and
application of accident investi- must have been enrolled for
retiring from the Navy after his monthly annuity.Q. Mrs. Wright.
gation engineering education yourself and family and have
21 service. ,
years Will annuitant be
an entitled -
December 14 arrivals
enforcement and motor vehicle completed five years of civilian were :
The.Eagles basketball team, to the same benefits as an
administration principals.Able service, and Mark Eric, to Howard Harlow,
currently in second place in employee? YNC, and Mrs. Harlow; Robert
Mainside competition, has a 4-1 was one of 33 officers 2) Your wife (or husband) A. Yes. All plans will providethe Williams, to Robert Hutchens,
and civilians of the Ma-
Navy,
and children must be
record. eligibleto same benefits for annuitantsas
MM2 and Mrs. Hutchens Kim-
;
rine and Coast Guard
Welcome aboard is extendedto Corps receive a survivor annuity they do for employees.
berly Dawn, to Alton Mittelstadt,
who attended the Evanston
from your retirement system. Q. IF I enroll in one plan,
Fred Mabson, SA; Donn Lar- AD2, and Mrs. Mittelstadt, and
Ill.
son, AA, and Neal Foote AA. course. Q. IF AN will I later be able to transferto
employee, or sur- Laura Diane, to Ltjg( ) and Mrs.
another plan?
% Phillip Jax Smith.
A. Yes, under certain condi-
NewtSocial Security Taxes tions which will be determinedlater. Adena Lee, daughter of Ray-

mond Avare, RM1, and Mrs.

Pay Under.Over Over Over Over Over Over Over Over Over Over Over Over Over Over Q. If I enroll for myself only, Avare, led list of newcomers born
*
Grade 2 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 26 30_ December 15.
Others
will I later be able to change toa were: Louis

Commissioned Officers family enrollment? Derwin, to Kenneth Evans, BUI,

A. Yes. You will also be ableto and Mrs. Evans; Tammy Lee, to

'0-10...... $36.00$37.50$37.5O $37.50 $37.50 $39.00$39.O0 $42.00 $42.00 $45.00'$45.O0 $48.00 $18.00 $51.00 $51.00, change from a family enroll- Theodore Hall, AD2, and Mrs.
O-9....... 31.90 33.00 33.68 33.68 33.68 34.50 3'.50 36.00 36.00 39.00 39.00 42.00 42.00, 45.00 45.00 ment to self-only enrollment.Q. Hall; Kimberly Sue, to Joe Hol-
0-1 ......; 28.90 30.00 30.68 30.65 30.66'33.00 33.00 34050 3UO 36.00 31.50 39.00 40.50 40.50 40.50
O-7......;' 2Ul 25.8( 25.80 25.80 27.00 2'1.00 28.50 28.50 30.00 33.00 35.25 35.25 35.25 35.25 35.25 If I should leave Federal land, DC3, and Mrs. Holland;
o-a .......1' IU8 18.M 20.10 20.10 20.10 20.10 20.10 20.10 20./0 24.00 25.20 25.80 27.30 29.55 29.55
O-5......;' 14.23 15.09 11.20 16.2( lUO 111.20 16.80 17.70 18.90 20.40 21.60 22.35 23.25 23.25 23. employment, will I be able to Mary Noel, to Richard McMullen,
O-4......;' 12.00 12.12 13.65 13.65 13.95 14055 15.e( 18.50 17.10 18.30 18.90 18.90' 18.90 18.90 18.90 AEC and Mrs. McMullen
keep ? ,
0-3 ......4 8.78 10.38 11.18 IUS 13.20 13.80 IUO 15.30 15.15 15./5 15.75 15.75 IUS 15.75 15.75 my coverage ; Philip
0-2 .......\ \'U8 8.73 lo. O 11.10 11.40 lUG 11.40 11.40 11.40 lUG 11.40 11.40 11.40 lUG 11.40 A. Yes. You will be able to LeRoy, to Jimmie Pat Ridenour,
0-1 ....... e.n U3 U2 9.42 9.42 9.42 9.42 9.42 9,42 9.42 9.42 9,42 8.42 9.42 9.42
convert your group coverage to PHI, and Mrs. Ridenour; Jona-

Commissioned Officers With Over 4 Years as Enlisted Members individual coverage. Of course, than Leonard, to A2/C and Mrs.
the government will not contri- Melvin Snyder and Michael

0-3 ....... .... .... .... 13.45 13.20 13.80 14.40 15.30 16.05 16.05 16.05 16.05 1809 16.05 16.05 : bute any longer and you'll have James, to Ltjg( ) and Mrs. Pa-
O-2., ...... ....1 ... t.... 11.10 11.40 11.85 12.45 13.05 13.50 1350 13.50 13.50 13.50 13.50 13.50
0-1 ....... ....' I..... .... 9.42 10.05 10.50 10.95 11.40 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 to pay total cost of the coverage. trick Thompson.Born .

I December 16: Tina Gail,

'Warrant Officers Mutual Death Benefit to John Cody, CS2, and Mrs.

W-4 ....... 9.99 11.28 11.28 11.49 11.971235 13.05 13.95 14.58 15"l2IMS15.84fiT291T25 17.85 Payment Is Now Due Cody; Robert Francis, to William
,IW-3 ...... 9.08' 10.29 10.29 10.44 10.59 11.40 11.94 12.36 12.81 13.23 13.74 14.10 1461 15.18 15.18 Dehn, AG1, and Mrs. Dehn
''W-2 ...... 7.94 8.94 8.94 9.21 9.84 10.26 10.65 11.07 11.43 11.79 12.18 12.51 13.20 13.20 1320 ;
W-l ...... 658 7.98 7.98 8.53 8.97 9.39 10.02. 10.35 10.62 10.92 11.25 11.70 11.70 1170 11.70 Mutual Death Benefit Society Donna Marie, to Thomas Johnson

members are reminded that assessment ,. AT2, and Mrs. Johnson, and

Enlisted Members Nos. 129 and 130 are; Robert Carl, to James Mansour

now due and payable closeof YN1 and Mrs.
-P ....... .... .... ..;. .... .... .... 11.40 11.70 12.00 12.30 12.60 12.90 13.20 13.20 13.20 by Mansour.
E-8 ....... .... 9.3G 9.60 9.90 10.20 10.50 10.80 11.10 11.40 11.4( 11.40 business January 15.
E-7 .......I 6.19 7.08 7.08. 7.50( 1.80 8.10( 8.55 9.00 9.30 9.75 10.20 10.50 10.10 10.50 10.50E4
....... 1I.2'l 6.00 6.00 6./5 '1.05.3$ 7.65 7.95 8.25 8.40 8./0 8.70 8.70 8.70( 8.70 Members are encouraged to Wife: "Since God created wo-
...... 4.36 5.40( 5.40( 6.15 e.30 6.60 7.20 1.20 1.20 'l.20 7.20 1.20 7.20 7.20 7.20
(IE-I......:' 3.61 4.00 4.80 5.10 15.40 5.70 .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ..;. ..,. pay all assessments by check or men after man, it must follow
...... 2.1)8 3.72 3.72 4.23 .... .... .... I.... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... that we females are
,E-I....... 2.57 3.24 .... .... .... .... .... r.... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... money order. Positively no assessments an improvement -
E ....... %.50 3.15 .... .... .... .... .... '.... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... be over the original model."
\ l .......2.M .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ..... ... can accepted after
the closing date. ,Husband: "Oh, come now. My
,, SOCIAL SECURITY TAXES-For calendar year 1960 through 1962 will be three percent of theory is that God had
the first $4800 of yearly basic pay. The armed services, as "employer,", will pay an equal amount. She: "Thank for the hug." a. very
good
Above chart shows new monthly deductions. Maximum tax payable by service personnel will be reason for making woman
4144 a year When basic pay i* 44800 or 1.... Social Security tax will b* deducted in the above He: "The pressure was all after he made nan-he didn't
amounts only for those months in which the member receires his first $4800 of basic pay. mine." want any advice."





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3 a.} s $ 1959 Good Year For

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1 i aeMs Y Sports Thrills, Activity



2 ? Championship efforts in skeet and volleyball kept Jax:

Navy in the sports limelight in 1959, a year which also saw

the near demise of varsity basketball and the return of the
.
sold warriors."
FebruaryJax
Skeet shooters from here fared
V Navy battles way to pairof
well in several tourneys, includ-
team championships and six
ing the World Military event
individual titles in Golden Gloves
while Jax spikers capturedthe
; Navy
Boxing Tourney; Crackerjax defeat -
.
Florida AAU Tournament.The
Pensacola Waves, 49-46, to
resurgence of names once remain champions of 6ND bas-
tc widely read in sports columnswas
ketball; Fliers, meanwhile, lose
interesting highlightof
another
in 6ND finals to Pensacola, 86-67;
1959 sports on the Station,
in
volleyball team runner-up
of the Jax Air
reveal pages
Knoxville YMCA tournament.
1 : News. March
January
Mainside bowling 1 lanes get
., _.. FAETU wins Mainside golf
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automatic
face-lifting; pinsetters
REMAIN BOWLING CHAMPIONS-Capturing the Main- crown; VW-4 athletes notch third innovations State AAU
VW-4 side intramural bowling crown, keglers of Airborne Early Warn- among ;
Captures Ing Squadron Four went on to take the All-Slation crown, defeating leg on Ironman Trophy; Team volleyball crown to locals; Rens-

Station Golf Title AE School, NATTCenter titleholder. Flashing the proverbial from Saratoga captures ComFairJax salaer Tech and Yale lacrosse

VW-4's "Big Red" golf smiles are, left to right, Ralph Tice, Charles Dodge, George teams practice on Station earth.
Marti, A. B. Coleman, Tom Saltmarsh and Dick Greer. basketball tourney.
squad wrapped up the All- April

Station intramural links title Cane Hunter All-Navy middleweight champion -

by defeating NATTCenter, 13- Lawrence Howard of Jax

5, prior to the holidays. Navy (Fasron Nine) loses in

John Kerr collected a 2-1 Athletes Cop bid for second straight Interser;

decision over the Center's Al vice crown; Vic Puleo of NARTU

Cipalo while Charles Thurman Trophy LegThe captures All-Events Singles in

blanked Bill Brown.In ..'.'' ...._ ._ ,. ___._.____..___._.__.__.._........m.n_.._. '. .... ___ City Bowling Championships.May .
other matches,' Charles rambunctious Cane Hunters -

Krol fell 'to Ted Lloyd, 2 1/2- of VW-4 stayed in the front FLEET RING DA YS Key West shooters snare 6ND

1/2; Hilly Humes took a 2-1 throughout the JulyDecemberathletic rifle and pistol crowns in meet

win from Charles Foehl, while season at NAS Jax, held aboard Station; Wally Rus-
RETOLD BY KELLY
Ken Coe decisioned John snaring a leg on the new Iron- tin of VW-4 wins Hole-in-One

Zewarka and Charles Lentz man Trophy.The Tourney; volleyball squad fin-

swamped Jim Todd, 3-0. trophy, being put for grabs Marine"Small For Sailor Interservice Outclasses Box-Big to the flyweight champion.HE ishes third in Nationals.

.by all teams entering Mainside I Crown." I- WON HIS first big crownat June
ing
intramural athletic competition, the young age of 20, while on Earvin Scott, the "old pro" of

Sports BanquetTo is an exact replica of the last When this headline appearedin duty in China. He kept the All- NAS Jax golf links, wins Station
1939, 5'-5" James Kelly, a
one, Ironman Trophy III, which Asiatic Bantamweight Championtitle championship; Calvin Karrh, Jax
Fete Station was captured by the Cane Hunt- 119-pound fighting demon, had for two years. He was Navy tennis coach, winner in
won his last big title as a Navy named All-Asiatic Featherweight t Public Courts event.

ers.FASRON boxer. titleholder in 1934.
IM ParticipantsOne SIX and VFP-62,both July
since departed from' the Station, LAST WEEK, some 20 years Kelly was unable to win any VW-4 splashes way to Mains -*

of the many improvements won two previous IM Trophies. later, Kelly, now an aviation All-Navy titles because in side swimming title; NAS Jax

brought about by the recent re- machinist mate chief, wrote a early days the only AllNavybouts bow and arrow range reopens.
juvenation of the Station's intra- Competing in all four sports finish to career of coaching fighters were held in Panama when August

mural sports will be in that go towards summerfallI and officiating at boxing
program the East and West Coast fleets VAP-62 downs AE School of
evidence next week as Special r 0 n man competition, VW-4 matches. met. As fate would have it, he NATTCenter for All-Station soft-

I Services sponsors an Intramural athletes defeated VA-44 for top Kelly retired after 30 years was never around the Canal ball title; VW-4 "C" olls way
I Sports Banquet once annual honors by 770-points. Naval service during
an a ceremonyin area during those times. to All-Station bowling crown;

1 practice but dicontinued two Boasting a large contingent, the the office of Capt. James R. Known in the thirties as Frank McCaffrey returns as Sta-
|years ago.( Cane Hunters were able to enter ReedyNAS Jax commandingofficer. "
Director veterans
"Smiling Patsy, Kelly became tion Athletic ;
Set for next Wednesday, Jan- four teams in bowling play, with i His last *duty was with Bantamweight champion of Pen- Ken Pendergras and Bill Arthur

only one, however, finishing out Special Services. sacola NAS in Title while
uary 13, at 1900 in Mainside Mess 1935-36. Return- win Two-Man Team

I Hall, the feast will honor men the season. Soon after joining the Navyin ing to China in 1939, he won the the former narrowly misses Mil-

and women who participated in VW-4 PILED up 3850 points 1929, Kelly started boxing at Interservice Junior Lightweighttitle itary singles crown in World

I the program from July to De- but the 200 points forfeited by Great Lakes, finishing.runner-up at 119 pounds. skeet shoot; Crackerjax win 6ND

|cember 1959. each bowling team that dropped' Kelly, displaying signs of softball championship.

On tap will be featured d out brought the total down to graying hair but still retaining a SeptemberJoe

Speakers and presentation of team 3250. well-conditioned body (he says Stutz and Lew Polanksywin

nd individual awards, to be pre- A first place finish by the one his weight is still mighty closeto Two.Ball championship at

ented by Capt. James R. Reedy, keg squad finishing out the sea- ISr his fighting weight), looks NAS Jax golf course; Pender-

ommanding officer of NAS Jax. son, plus a first place for the back on China with many mem- gras second in PanAmericanGames

touch football and golf teams ories. skeet shooting; Charlie
Bill of fare will feature juicy
went a long ways toward hand- FIGHTING around 15 bouts Boucher, O&R, wins Civilian
[teaks with the traditional
trap- ing VW-4 the first leg on the yearly, the Kentucky native reg- Golf title; Ralph Callaghan, AE

ings. Military personnel will new silverware.A istered some 150 wins. He attributes School instructor, elected to high
e required to wear dress uni-
his success to fine volleyball post.
orms in ofe championship in volleyball :
[ as prescribed plan .
coaching and hard work.A October
day. helped VA44 cop second spot in.
fivemilejaunt each morn- VW-4 permanently retains pos-
the overall Ironman final stand- '
Awards will be for
presented ing, many hours of jumping ,
rope session of Ironman Trophy; afteran
recorded 2480
|olleyball, touch football, golf, ings. They points. punching the bag, sparring and announcement killing varsity

id bowling, in addition to the Ale Administration Maintenance 1505 905 shadow boxing were all a partof basketball here, sport is given

onman Trophy. COM FAIR JAX 280 his everyday life, not to men- last minute reprieve.
: tion the hours hours of
Dispensary 140. i ; upon November
Baird Takes FAETU 960 j strict calisthenics.He .
n I Jax Navy rowing team begins
FAW-11 390 '. has seen the fight game go
I Hospital 1 1 140 1 practice; VW-4 "underdogs" take
evolutions
owling Honors through many saying
Marine Barracks 430 touch football title; AE School
First half action in Officer MARTD -60 I that one of the things wrong defeats VA-176 for volleyball

[ives Bowling League will comea NAMTD 400 with boxers of today is that they championship.
705 don't train and coaches
NARTU enough
halt in another week with December
Operations 1175 don't their closer.
!screen men
ms Four and Seven leading O&R 640 Cold performance turned in by
Needless to say, he believesin
pack. Public Works -200 Jax Navy boxers in State AAU
the proper training for a
Tan Baird's 211 took high game Supply 690 Tournament; Fliers second in
140 boxer before he even enters the
ors in activity last week. Her Waves Peach Bowl volleyball meet;
2480
He's this
VA-44 ring. proved theoryby
\set was also high for thek. VAP-62 1680 producing countless success- Navy Night proclaimed at local

VP-5 460 :< harness race track.
i ** VW-4 3250' ful Navy boxing teams.
Now that he has time his
on
fellow Belles continued to 679th ACWRON 800 FLEET-Boxing veteran James
Kelly. ADC, is shown in ring hands, Kelly hopes to settle in The Ranch House Rangers fromSt.

the EM Wives Bowlinggue The popular golfing column, logs several years ago. The ex- Jacksonville with his wife and .. Augustine wilt'face the Jax;
while the Tan Tigers
Asiatic featherweight titleholder teach youngsters the rudimentsof I Navy Fliers Saturday at 2000 at
this weekon ,
second spot. The league will Short Chips appear retired from the Nary
8. December 3L the ringed sport. 'Mainside gym.
me play about January 15. 1 page '
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8 JAX AIR NEWS 1 7 January 1960Eis


New' March
: : SHORT
: (Continued from Page 1))
progress has been made againstthe -
CHIPSBill
For Rent dreaded polio, The anti-polio

Furn eff. apt, for ont per. all priv vaccine developed by Dr. Jonas > Campbell 'trounced Earvin

R/t 47632. Salk was made possible through \ Scott, 5 and 4, for the Fall Cup
Furn 2-bdrm apt. 10 min dr from a March of Dimes grant madeup ; \ ; Golf championship last
Tourney
NAS. ideal for 3 or 4 adults, 35 per mo, of contributions from the ; :'
per perion. EV 77172. 1; weekend at the Station course.

3 or 4 bdrm, large /liv. & din. rm, 1 Vi people. Ie.... Second flight winner was Dr.
bath, private patio, double gar. modern ALTHOUGH THE vaccine prom- ,.. .' .. yJ Lieurance while John Sigafoos,
kit. equip. $105 per mo, Green Cove ised millions immunity from ; I 2 and 1 victor over Bill Harris,
Springs 3736. ravages of the crippler, thou-, "".:', .".?'J took third flight honors.

furn. apt. con to Cecil Field. 3-rmi, sands of others had not the good :'!..',.... Revised golf rules went into
one bdrm, all elect, kitch, util. $75 ''., .
fortune of being vaccinated in ." .; effect January 1 at the NAS Jax
month. Ph SP 1-3465. ..,.
time. A of contribution ... .. '
part today's :" links. Penalty for out of bounds
Unfurn apart 2 bdrm duplex liv. rm,
tile bath. kit. Equip. $75 per mo. Call from the people is used and lost ball has been changed
SP 13465. for care and rehabilitation of from stroke and distance to dis-

Clean furn, apart, 3 room, Elec. these sufferers of polio. I 'Ii tance only, meaning that if a
Kitchen. $65 per mo. Ph EV 98915. Continued generosity of con- first tee shot goes out or is lost,
Unfurn, apart, brick duplex, 2 bdrm. the player lies two instead of
tributions from "the man in thestreet"
kitchen electric equip large yard. Call ._.......... .. ......, three, after hitting a second ball.
EV, 89729. to the New March of
Dimes could result FAW-11 OPERATIONS CHANGE-Comdr. W. B. O'Neil If his first tee shot is unplayable -
well ina
lake Shore small clean furn very
apart (right) smiles as he wishes Comdr. T. C. Deans good luck on
uti!. furn. $50 per mo. Ph EV 9-4275. population increase of 34,000. turning over reins of, FAW-11 Operations Department priorto he may hit again at penaltyof
4 rmi & bath, newly redec. garage, This is the pitiful number of,. his departure recently. Comdr. Deans, who reported here stroke and distance or drop
porch, yard, elec furn. $70 per mo. Call children who die every year dur- from duty as skipper of Fasten 105 in Puerto Rico, Is 'well behind the unplayable spot at a
EV 71950. acquainted with primary mission of FAW-11-the detection,
stroke
ing the first four weeks of their one penalty.
3 room apart. Lights and water furn.I tracking and destruction of submarines. He was a PPC with .
Private bath and entrance. 1033 Cahoon -lives. : VP-16 in.19S6.ILayman'S.
Rd. Phone EV 81600. New March of Dimes cannistershave NARTUContinued

Furn. house, 2 bed rm, clean, neat, been placed throughout the Stocks Course Slated HereThe I ( from Page J)
fenced yard, garage. Ph. Ph EV 95798. Station. When you see one of is led by Comdr. E. J. Murzicof
Naval Air Station has been
For Sale these containers, please remem- Klein, I&E Officer at extension Jacksonville and AIRTU-742
fortunate in
securing specially-
Peniacola br. home on large lot ber the valuable help, that can a 618, or Service Information Office is headed by Comdr. F. C. Bell-
NAS, Fenced end prepared lecture course on
to
conv. yard
garage and of Miami.
be derived from extension 272.
%%, LTJG A. S. Morton, 518 Lakewood your gener- "Securities and Investing" to begin ,
Rd. Warrington, Fla. ous contribution. February 1. The series is aimed at the lay- MOST RECENT OF many hon-

6243 Pennant Drive W, Venetia Ter. man, the one who knows little or ors bestoWed on NARTU Jax and
Corner lot, con to NAS. $900 down Bills The presentation put in a series nothing about securities and investments its civilian Reservists was the
5350. Call SP 12303. Military of three or four lectures, will but is interested in Chief of Naval Air Reserve Tra in-

3 bdrm house hardwood fit. .c 1h% (Continued from Page 1)) ; be presented as a public serviceby knowledge of same. The courseis ing Trophy won by the parent
money, $67 per mo. Ph EV 4-7967 that can be imposed against offi- the Investor's Information on fundamentals and ranges unit in October 1959.
Elmwood Rd. 3 bdrm. large living cers under Article 15 from one- Committee of the New York from an explanation of various The Jax NARTU outfit was
room sep dining room Large yard. $950 half of one month's pay to one- Stock Exchange and is open to securities to more advanced called the most improved Naval
down, $62.85 mo. Call EV 97098. half of two months pay. all interested millitary and civi- techniques of investing.The Air Reserve activity in the na-

Miscellaneous A long-standing attempt to allow lian personnel and dependents. speakers will advocate no tion last year.
Found-mam wrist watch near Navy
Ex. Jan. 4, Owner call 397. the Navy to serve margarineor Definite time and place for get-rich quick schemes give no Patrol Squadron,,742 was awarded -
the lectures will be determinedby "hot recommend the coveted Noel Davis
I Loit-Clm ring at Indoor pool Jan. 3, oleomargine was favorably reported tips", no spe- Trophyfor
I Initials G. E. and year '58' on ring re- to Congress by the Navy a survey of interested per- cific stocks' and urge no one to having been the most effici-
I ward. Cell EL 4-0720 ask for Jerry. early in the first session. sons who may call Lt. H. L., invest. ent Reserve outfit of its type.



IISchedule of Special Services Activities and Facilities for Jan. 7 13 I I


MOVIES Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday
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NAS Bldg. 612NATTCenlerBldg. 1900 only 1800-2000 1400 only 1400-1800-2000 1800-2000 1900 only 18002000The
Blue Angel Gentle Touch Always A Price Gunfighters of Vice Raid Mrs. Mike Bat
Tag Abilene

563 1900 only 1900 only 1400-1900 1400-1900 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only
Maneater Kumoof Blue Angel Gentle Touch Always A Price Gunfighters Vice Raid Mrs Mike

Hupital 1900 only 1900 onlv 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only
Tunnel of Love Maneater Kumoon Blue Angel Gentle Touch Atomic Sub. Gunfighters Vice Raid

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LIBRARIES

NAS B1dg.IMATTC.nier: 0815-2100 0815.2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 08U52100Og3021oo 0815-21QO 0815-2100

Bldg. 563 0930-2100 0930-2100 1300.2100 1300-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100

Hospital 0800-1500 0800-1600 closed: 1300-1700 0800-1600 0800-1600 0800-1600

LOUNGES CLUBS .

NAS, Bldg. 155KATTC.Di.r 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100 1400-2100 Closed 1000-2100 1000-2100


Bldg. 513
1600-2200 1600-2200 1300-2300 1300-2300 1600-2200) 1600-2200 1600-2200(
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Blue Jackets Inn 1630-2400 2000-2400 2000-2400 2000-2400 1630-2400 1630-2400 2000
Jimmy Geiger The Red Coats Stanley Brothers Bingo

EM. NA'n'C.nt.rEM 1630-2300 1630-2300 1630-2300
1630-2300 1200-2330 1400-2330 1400-2330

NARTU 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 Closed Closed 1130-1300
1630-2230 1630-2230 1630-2330 16302330For 1630-2230
r
NAS Outdoor Pools Secured Season

NAS GymNATTCenI.r CLOSED FOR REPAIRS


Gym 1300-2100 1300-2100 1000-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100

1000-1600 OB 1000-1600 OB 1000-1600 OB
NAS Bowling CLOSED FOR REPAIRS 1300-2300 1600-2200 LB 1600-2200 LB 1600-2200 LB
2200-2300 OB 2200-2300 OB 2200-2300 OB

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

r Tennis Courts (Navy Ex.) 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark

Golf Course 0830-Dark 0830-Dark 0730-1800 0800-1800 0830-Dark 0830-Dark 0830-Dark

Fish Camp 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800-% hr. 0800hr.. 0800hr..
Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Closed Closed

Hobby Shop, Bldg. 88t 0800-1630 0800-1630 Closed Closed 0800-1630 0800-1630 0800-163J(

Indoor Swimming Bldg. 814 1600-2000 1600-2000 1130-2000 1200-2000 1600-2000 1600-2000 16002000Page

SPECIAL EVENTS:


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