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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 28, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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New instructions have been cation to another, persons will This may be acquired by reenlisting -

issued by BuPers to consolidateand usually be credited with the executing voluntary

restate overseas tour time spent in the first area. agreements to extend enlist-

lengths for Naval personnelon Eligible enlisteds may request ment, or agreements to remain 0

permanent-duty orders. transportation of dependents on active duty.
An overseas tour begins the only if theyhave Dependents of E-4s with : "

day of departure from the the necessary obligated service less than four years' service

continental US and ends upon to satisfy length of tour and of pay grades E-l throughE3 *
day of return. If there is a for the particular area in can not get Government

transfer from one overseas lo- which they'll serve. transportation.Vol. : :. ,

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17 No. 45, U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 28 January 1960 f :/ A.a: > : : ': ;' :


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Selection of employees to serveon i

_______ the Station's numerous civil- '''
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ian councils and boards will be

undertaken through elections in
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the next six weeks, Industrial DREAMING OF THAT DAY-The date of April 15, a crow
'4 *4'4*< Relations Department announces. and a chevron are vivid In the mind of an NAS Jax airman
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Persons will be chosen for positions planning to be one ,of many taking an examination for third
class petty officer next Thursday. Pausing while studying for
on the various Employees' TDI-3 is Terry Minter, AN, of Enlisted Records Office. Some
Councils, Food Services Board, 576 Station enlisted men are scheduled to participate In the
Recreation and Welfare Associa- February service-wide exams along with Minter. I
T> 1 tion and Employees' Mutual I

Death Benefit Society. Looks
-H Promotion Situation
Departments are currently Selecting -

$. <. .- be responsible election officials for circulating who will Very Good For Test Passers '

,nomination petitions and for actual -

conduct of the elections. Promotions should be exceptionally plentiful for persons '

: Bulletin board notices will be taking tests for advancement in rating next month, accord.
-j posted soon identifying these ing to predictions by Navy officials and results of last Au-
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officials. It's expected that nomi- gust's service-wide exams. '

nating petitions will be made Best should to those I
news go
VA-15 REAPS HIGH MARK-Comdr. J. Patterson Jr.,
STENCILS/ ON
(right) commanding officer of Attack Squadron 15, receives available to employees within going up for E-7. The 1960 CPO

award in recognition of the high mark of 10,000-accident free two weeks. LAST LEGS? promotions may almost double
flight hours recorded by the Valion squadron. Presenting Comdr. Jax Air News, throughout the the 4987 advancements resulting
Patterson with the award Is Rear Admiral Kenneth Craig; Assistant Secretary of the from chief exams of February
elections, will carry news regard-
Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville.: Com d r. Patterson who Navy Richard Jackson, who
leaves today with his outfit for a Mediterranean cruise, reports ing employee participation in the 1959.
visited the Station last week, THIS IS due in part to the
VA.IS Is aiming now for the 20,000-hour mark.'Valions' combined elections and informa-
tion to assure worker under- 'has under study a plan to do increasingly large number of
away with the drudgery of transferring to the Fleet
standing of their responsibilities men
I Reach High regarding the various councils, stenciling Navy enlisted men's Reserve in the near future after

boards and committees. clothing, reports Navy Times. rounding out their 20 years of
But hold on, men! Clothes
service. .
Consideration should be
Accident Free MarkAttack given
to will still be required to be Some 576 persons aboard the
now by employees as persons
marked, but a simple rubber
Station have been recommendedfor
Squadron 15 which "hits the road" again this whom they desire to. serve in
stamp would do the trick. the exams and will be tested
week for a seven-month deployment to the Mediterranean, I these posts. early next month. Date for E-4
was recipient of a special Outstanding Safety Award from
exams has been set for Feb 4,
Rear Admiral Kenneth Craig, Commander'' Fleet Air Jack. : '> while tests will be administeredto

sonville.____._n_, _in__ a__ recent_ ceremonv.. ; 4 :$ f.T: E-5 candidates Feb. 9, E-6's,

The squadron, in a period from manding officer of VA-15 reports, I '' l4J Feb. 11, and E-7's, Feb. 2.
June 13, 1958 to Nov. 19, 1958, "We're aiming for the 20,000 hour : Throughout the Navy, of those

amassed 10,000 accident free mark and better." ILt who passed the August exams,
flighthours, an almost unheardof 66 percent were advanced to the
In presenting the award to the I :
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record for carier squadrons.
1 I next highest rate. One hundred
Valions, Admiral Craig commented -
DURING THIS time, VA-15' that it was the highest < '"''" percent of those in the electronics

spent 11 months aboard the accident-free mark he'd ever : group who passed were advanced.

Roosevelt, including a six- I heard of for any carrier squadron.THE OTHER percentages of those
months tour with the Sixth Fleetin who were promoted last month
SQUADRON flies the always
the Med. x from successful test-passers include -
dependable AD-6 Sky- 93 in the
percent engineering -
Since reaching the 10,000 hour
raider, a prop driven plane, and hull group, 77 percentin
mark, Valion pilots have con- famed for its ability to fly long miscellaneous 74 in
percent
tinued their safe flying and at
missions at low altitudes,
carry-
construction, 72 percent in aviation
have reached the 11,300
present mark. ing a load of armament greater 70 percent in, precision

than the broadside of a cruiser. equipment, 64 percent in ord-
Comdr. J. Patterson Jr., com- nance and, dental, 61 percent in
The Skyraider is also one of
administration and clerical, 56
C&SS Rooms ClosedThe the Fleet's top attack planes witha percent in deck, 50 percent in

Mainside Clothing and nuclear weapons capability.The medical and five percent in

small Stores Issue Room in! deployment started this steward ratings.
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Building 953 and Naval Air Tech- week 'by the Valions will be the According to the NAS Jax I&E
PUBLIC WORKS COFFEE-At the second coffee for a trio
nical'Training Center's C&SS Issue seventh Med cruise for the outfit. of outstanding employees of NAS Jax Public Works Department, Office, local statistics resulting

Room in Building 513 are Since its commissioning in 1942 Cap J. Henry Etter, Public Works Officer, (standing) chats from last February's exams reveal -
with this month's honored workers, left to right, Leroy Amey that of the 456 Station per-
closed for inventory. aboard the USS Ranger, the Marie Robinson clerk-typist for RO-ln-Ch. of C, and .Edgar sons having been tested, 189

Both stores will reopen for squadron' has served on 15 differ- Santimaeu, of Transportation Division. Under the recognition passed and 88 were promoted.
I program, two persons from operating divisions and one from
business Monday, February 1., ent carriers. staff divisions are honored each month. (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 4))


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HAS, Jeckseevitie LOYALTY '
Cpt. James R. Reedy............................................................... Commanding Officer t.. Il/lf RIIIRVI ..4e
Comdr. Robert Nelson ................................ .....................................Executive Offlecr o AIIO"O"
NAB Six; Fleet Air Jicbonvllle i / N> SRf s

Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig ........................................................................ CommanderC :
C Greyiton H. Weber ...................................................... CWef of Staff, FalrJax 3UN: :c'
Capt. Nelson M. Head __ -. ... ........ ..._._._ Chief of Staff, NAB Six L
Fleet Air Wing Eleven
Capt. Robert M. Mitner ....................................................h., ..................... Commander -Aubrey _
Capt. Charles 1 L lambing ............................................................ Chief Staff Officer Midgett
Naval Air Technical Training Center president of FRA '
Capt. Robert J. Fleming ...,.,..,,,. .,,.,. Commanding Officer at the corporations .
Comdr. Gerald R. Pearson ...............................................-. ....,.,?.. Executive Officer week. Among guests yyI
Naval Hospital ering I { :
Capt. Alton C. Abernethy ...............,............................... ........ Commanding Officer was it
Capt. John G. Feder .................................. .................. .?..... ....... Executive Officer Past Vice-President {
NARTU ler of Branch 91.

Capt. F. H. Holt ........................................................................ Commanding Officer Russel Langdon, 1I-; i
Comdr. H. Hudgins ....................................................,.. ...., Executive Officer National Secretary, :t'4 '

Printed commercially with non-appropriated fundi In Jacksonville, Florida at no members on, pending _
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-95 Rev. July 1958 in Congress. i J
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, Bills which affect i S A4
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Flee, Air Wing 11, Naval Air benefits of the Overhaul and
SERVICE PINS Eight Repair Dept
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital. I
Service Information Officer ,................... Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnli Jr. discussed and it I received 20 year service pins in a ceremony last
Assistant Service Information Officer ,......"........... Andrew H. Planey decided that some row, left to right, are Winston Black. David Ever-
Editor-Gordon Robbie Staff Edwin Ryan and Theron Byrd. Rear. Bishop Burmeiiler,
Reporters-Ron Davis, AN; Gene Hagan, JOSN;
Sam Bowman, SA. Photographer-Joseph O'Brien, PH3. ing.All Capt. Thomas B. Haley, O8tR Officer who pre-
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material enlisted men the pins and Vincent Rio Jr. Another recipient, William
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs, should become was absent when photo was taken.
sinless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photographs. vice legislation
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone extensions A member of FRA
March
8164, 656, 272 or 216. I .in.. nn_.. tirVint...._ iKoea.w__ ....w Targets
...
: :' '7 1 i ;;r Unit Liz 126 Atterbury, reports, selected for the New March of Dimes is a simple

'11. honor of Paula the American
not always apparent to average serviceman.
.t: President of Ladies
I yesterday. of us are barely conscious of the crippled child or adult.
boy dragging along a braced leg trying to keep up with
The little girl on crutches or the man in a wheel

/fitK llJ usually taken for granted as an unchanging way of life.

are many more handicapped thousands we never see at
out their lives jn hospitals and institutions.

fr kWI1 mm HAS MANY CAUSES. THE NEW March of Dimes,

the vast medical research experience of its parent or

Twenty-three The National Foundation, singles out three major fields
.
: tered the world at the
x. disease for a frontal attack. These are birth defects,
pital in the first
New Year. polio.. These cripplers threaten one in every four
families. They respect no uniform. They strike Army,
New Year's Day
: Air Force personnel in about the same proportion as the
Lewis Paul Jr., to
AD3, and Mrs. 'Wilson."T'; *

Franklin Jr., to is the size of the problem: Every year a quarter of a mil-
AKAN, and Mrs. -685 a day-are born with birth defects.. At least half
.ac. '..dYmucNa Gregory Lance, to Lt ( a lifetime of serious chronic illness and disability. Up
.,.... .. .. .
!>.ac.a; ::<;.m ;<: '''';:>1:seow'''*'>>-x'*'>:.aooow.:*-'*a>xwv+r..rrianwc:,sv: tiwav..nvcvaasc'i ':;:; +.sa x Mrs. Darryl Wright. 11 million people in the United States alone arc affected
SAILORS TURNED BRICKLAYERS-Some
12 members of
NATTCenter Ship's Company volunteered efforts Saturday to Born January 2 : and rheumatism. Apart from the physical pain, the
help at St. Mary's Orphanage on Jacksonville's Southside. The O'Dell, to Joseph loss to the nation tops $1.5 billion annually.
men performed such tasks as washing windows and screens, and Mrs. Glenn; ONE
general mainteance of buildings, repairing an electric train* Stanley Gozdur ADl YEAR, 1956, THE THREE services reported
playing football and making brick walks. Shown in this job lost and 1,766 resulting medical discharges due to
at the boys' living quarters are, Ralph Vaccaro, AA (front, Gozdur, and Cheryl a variety of birth defects.
left) and John Reisen, AA (Un dungaree jacket, right). Lucius Murray, AN,
Murray, The National Foundation continues its aid to over
High Enthusiasm Seen For I The magic number most of them paralyzed in previous years. The
three on January 3. added many to the patient aid roster.

Investments Course HereA date were: Christy us 'feel the impact of crippling until it strikes home.
ley Curtis, AD3, and ; when you join the New March of Dimes, you will be
course in securities and investments, tailor-made for the Ann Louene, to Ldr. toward a better life and defending the nation

person who knows little or nothing about the subject, should seea William Glowasky, cripplers that may attack even you and your family.
large group in attendance at the first session Monday at 1600 in Howard, born to of the Drive
through
the Building 200 Auditorium. EM2, and Mrs. Thomas.Born voluntary contributions from mili
personnel of the Armed Forces in the Jacksonville
are open to all military person
Advance queries on the course January 4 urged.
have been heavy, reports Lt. H. I. nel their dependents and to civil- tykes, Barbara Ann
Klein, NAS Jax I & E Officer, ian employees.The Spotwood, TN, and you see one of the March of Dimes cannisters placed
who expects between 50-100 per- series is to be conducted wood, TN, and Mrs. the Station, please remember the valuable help that
sons to attend Monday's opening aboard the Station by A. M. Kid- and Joe Scott, to from your contribution
class. der and Co. with Mr. Andy Searsof YN1, and Mrs.

THE FIVE-WEEK course will the company leading thingsoff January 5 was a ASKS Navy Featured On TV

be held every Monday from 1600- Monday. arrival of: Mary Program On AntarcticaThe

1800 until continuation of the THE INVESTORS' Information and Mrs. Thomas ; PAY HIKE Navy will be featured on

series. Classes, which are, free, Committee of the New York Emile Jr., to Paul (AFPS) The NBC-TVs "Wide World 60" Sat-
Stock Exchange is having mem- and Mrs. Beaudoin; Department
has re urday at 2130 on WFGA-TV,
January Vehicle ber firms in various ,locales of ne, to Harold proposed proficiency Channel 12.
the United States conduct these and Mrs. Donaldson; figure
Stickers Expiring indoctrination courses to any .interested Gene, to Pfc. and servicemen that would The one-hour color program,
draw-
titled "Assault On Antarctica",
Persons groups. Myers, and Cynthia
operating privately- extra pay by June 30,
owned motor' vehicles aboard the The course will deal with both Zidick, AM3, and Mrs. will be narrated by Rear Ad-

Station are reminded that Jan- basic explanation of stocks and Zoe Louise, born in the fiscal 1961 miral George Dufek, Ret.

uary date decals will expire Sun- investing as well as current mar- : Barber, IC2, and submitted to Congress
day, January 31. ket trends. No "get-rich-quick" and Lawrence Quintin; Eisenhower, the Minnesota Lad Named

To avoid detention at the gate s.chem'es will be' offered. Mason, AN, and Mrs. includes the follow- AE School Honor Grad

Monday morning because the Persons attending Monday'ctass s arrived January 6. : Army, 86,000; Aviation Electrician's Mate
sticker has expired, persons with ,may use any available Closing out the ; Marine Corps, School graduation honors last
January decals are encouraged togo parking space ,in the Building.200 1960( were: William Air Force, 78,000. week went to Steven Walz, AE-
by the Pass Office and renew area. William Adams Jr., also asks for MAN, of Winthrop Minn.
,
them today or tomorrow. I Adams;' Cory' Dale, II of a limited
'Documents needed for renewal Ron; "My cat( is named Be n Staggs, PHA3, and ; of P-2 payments-up Walz, who joined the Navy in
include: valid insurance (10/20 Hut..' Rose Marie to / -at a rate of $60 a 1958, is being transferred to NA-

bodily injury, property damage), Gene; "That's a funny nam. Alfred Tringle; Baby This is subject to ap- AS Kingsville, Tex.
current state registration, identification for a cat" len Tritt, AD2, and detailed implement
card or badge and valid Ron; 'The cat was just Ben and David Wayne, to by the Secretary Daffyn shuns: Lollipop A

..drlv r'. license. until he had kittens." son,. AE2(| and! Mrs. father who lolls around the
house.



28 January 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3



With TheToasfmasters Cmcfr. Coonan



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NavJax 546 met Jast Thursdayat

the O' Club. Three of" the .,' VP-5 ChargeComdr.

best speeches of the year high- :
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lighted the meeting. \
y John J. Coonan will
y YS pi'ii. '
Fritz Hellings challenged the
relieve Comdr. Arthur C. Casonas
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Club's vocabulary with a speech '
< 1 k., ; commanding officer of Patrol
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titled "Understanding. Bing Cros- _
Squadron 5 at a formal change-
by, with "Freedom," spoke of I'.. of-command ceremony' tomorrow -
Beethoven, as "the man who
at ,JAS Jax. ,
freed music.

Moe Moesnner ,won speaker-of- Comdr. Coonan has been exe-

the-week award with his eulogyof : cutive officer of VP-5 for the past

Robert E. Lee entitled "A year

Tribute. __ COMDR. C A SO N, who now
Guests at the gathering included leaves for duty Norfolk Naval

Tom Greenwood, Harold Col- Station, has been Mad Foxes

vin and Gunnar Hansen. Clancy skipper since last January andit

Rich was presented with -a "Di was during this year that the
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ploma," a Beyond Basic Train- FINALISTS IN INSTRUCTOR CONTEST- Comdr. Marion K. Smith, (left) Director of Train- outfit won the coveted. Chiefof

ing booklet which lie can put to. ing at Naval Air Technical Training Center, briefs the six finalists in the NATTCenter Instructorof Naval Operations Aviation.
good use in Alameda, Calif.;', the Year competition. Finalists were left to fight, Chester Baggarley, A O C S, of AO "A" safety award.
when he takes over as commandIng School Courtney Ray, AOCS, of AGO School, the winner Roger Snodgrass, ATCS, NAWS School "
'Harold Singleton. AEC, AE "B" School AM/S Jt. John Sanfratello, and Harry Dawson, AECS. VP-5 is home-based at NAS ,
officer of VF-91. Jax and is presently employing

MarNav 2280. celebrated. its COURTNEY RAYNAMED TOP' its P2V-5F Neptunes in training
for their all-important mission in
third birthday at last Thursday's
meeting at Charlie's Restaurant.Ray anti-submarine warfare.

Wells made a 'No. 1 speech, INSTRUCTOR OF THE YEAR The detection, tracking and

,
Phil Burnham gave his Nb. 6 destruction of submarines requires

speech, Russ Smith gave his No. Courtney Ray, ROCS, of AGO School, was named winner of the first annual NATT- the skill of a wel1- rained

12 speech and Harv Harville, a Center Instructor of the Year competition. Wi ning enfrant was announced at last night's crew at all times. *

Club charter member, gave an banquet for .all contestants<<:: in.the Station's Civilian Cafeteria. VP-5 WAS commissioned at y

impromptu address.A The competition, which beganin nominated. the final phase on personal ap- Whidbey' Island, Wash., Feb. 15, h
November and ended last Fri- | .
reenactment of the orginal 1943, designated as VB-135 The
statement of
RUNNER-UP to Ray was Roger| pearance, objectives,
charter presentation was per- day, had 44 men vieing for the Snodgrass, ATCS, of NAWS delivery technique, summarization unit flew the PV-1 Ventura' a

formed. District Governor' Don crown in close competition. One School. Third place went to Har- key points stressed, overall twin-engine bomber.

Muller presented Club president instructor from each administrative old Singleton, AEC, of AE "B" effectiveness, selection of ideas VB-135 operated t against the

Riley Collins with the charter. phase of each school was School.In and organization of ideas. Japanese'in WWII from Amchikaand I

this phase of comptition, Finalists Attu in the Aleutians. Its i
The big debate centered around were: Ray, Snodgrass,
"Resolved: That A Woman Shall each instructor was judged on Singleton, AMSgt. John Sanfra- primary mission was photo reconnaissance -

Someday Be President of the New Officials any regularly assigned one-hour tello, AO "B" School l, Harry of Japanese activi--

United States" will feature next Head Fund lesson within the phase assigned. !' Dawson, AECS, AE "A" School, ties. The outfit, however, was
Body credited with six
Tuesday's program for Navy Civilian Judges checked on statement and Chester Baggarley, AOCS enemy aircraft
Toastmasters.The Capt. Nelson Mead Head, and clarification of objectives, "A" School. kills.
Chief of Staff for Commander of train- The squadron has been
delivery technique redesig-
meeting set for 1830 at Judges for the command-level
Karl Hellenthal's Restaurant, is Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval ing aids, key points stressed,! competition were Comdr. MarionK. nated three times since its war
District, has succeeded Capt. questioning techniques clarification days, VP-135, VPML-5 and
,
also ladies night, with wives and Smith, Director of Trainingat
guests of members invited. The Kenneth R. Wheeler, NAS Jax techniques, class participation -\ NATTCenter, and four civilian finally in June of 1948, after receiving -

Supply Officer, as chairman of summarization, test or check William its first P2V-5, it became
debate was originally slated Jan. training specialists, Ross,
+h" Federal Plan Coordinating known VP5.It .
for understanding and provisionfor as
19 but postponed.Five Gordon Totten, Dow Beck and
speeches, ranging froman Committee.A application. I Harry Bickner. has been home-based at

Icebreaker to Beyond Basic Federal service fundraisIng EACH SCHOOL conducted Edenton, N. C., Quonset Point,

Training, were included in campaign is set to be con- semi-final competition to select R. I., San JUan\ P. R., and Roose-
ducted for national health the school winner for the final
Tuesday's session at Cumberland BIENVENU velt Roads, P.R.
agencies in the Jax Feb.
Community Center. John Will area, competition:: School winners were
15-Mar 18. Participating in '' "School Instructor of
.esignattd:
unions and
aims of
questioned their leaders in "Different View- the fund drive will be mem- the Year" A hearty "welcome aboard" CNO AppointsPilot

point of Unions;" Gordon K ng bers of 17 Federal agencies in In the competition's final phase, goes to some 20 Navymen who

admonished our foreign policy, I this area. with six men entered, each in- reported aboard for duty at NAS Re'cordsScreen

in his "Foreign Trade;" Walt Serving with Capt. Head on .Uuctor, was called upon to give Jax recently. ,
the Committee D. A. Carl-
are
Stanul emphasized the widening a' 15-minute prepared presentation CHECKING in were: James BoardWashington
Office vice-
ton of the Post ,
gap between the advanced sub- of his own choosing and ave Chance, AA from NTC, San
Leonard B. Eu-
marine and anti-submarine tech- banks chairman, NAS; Jax Industrial RelatIons minute impromptu presenta- Diego, Calif; Joseph Beard, SDI, (AFPS) -A board

niques in "Catching Up With the Officer, secretary, and iicn cf a general military nature, from Cuba; Marian ,Gaden, GS1, for the annual screening of Naval

U-Boats;" E. K. McIlrath expounded Lt. Col. Kenneth W. Kennedyof selected from a prepared list, not from VA-48; Charles Zue, MU3, aviation officer 'records to deter-
I less than 30 minutes ahead of his
in his "A from ComSixFlt LaBrieJr
complexes Roger
on the, Army Corps of En- ; mine those slated for retention or
Glimpse of Psychiatry." Harold gineers, treasurer, scheduled appearance. from NS, Kodiak, Alaska; elimination from flying status

Rahm gave. his icebreaker. ENTRANTS were Judged inm Eugene Freeman Jr, CS2, from has been appointed by the Chiefof

M<...: a.y,,,.,.. VAH-I; Mui-el Nooner, BM3, Naval Personnel. "",.
Y.? from NAS, Port Lyautey Alfred
;
5::;r )
Made up of senior Naval avia-
Finster, ACCA, from NATTU,
tors, the, Naval Flight Status Selection -
9J $1 ..k p'Yf NAS Olathe, Kans; William Ed-
Board will review
annually -
,,yi.. !? miston, CS2, from MCB-4, and:
r... on Dec. 1 flight and service
K
Waltraud Paehler, SA, and Dorothy :
records of all Category I, II
Fooke, SA, both from NTC,
and III Navy fliers, pilots and
Bainbridge, Md.
.
flight surgeons who are assignedin
From NTC Great Lakes, III. flying status, according to revcent
;, +{$,' }4' came Lore) Stffle, ETNSN and
,y :.f$ : BuPers Instructions.Age .
IY4 Edward Keith, HA.
and grade, occupational
REPORTING aboard from ship
specialtiej, flying experience and
n n' is .$. duty were Billy Spradling, CS2,
}-'"' Jn' t l> y.4 .; t > future aeronautical potential will
'A $+9' 'rYf
ay 4L y, ; f 7. 4c. i6.: I from USS Goodrich (ADR-831)) ;' be among the considerationswhich
.. Clifford Holman, EMI!, from USS
w.; .{yr','>: 3l: Sh will individual
1. ? ;:Y y.y; ;E i.Y. y $ Skill (MSO-471)) Howard Moore govern
,rf i % .L,4YF; #, ; YYry' ; aviation officers' retention or
EM2, from USS Trukee (AO-
'y ,,
r ?; : : .ys:%; elimination from flight status,
:.yrig y.4 L., jx>ir I 147); Robert Burnham, AB1,
rcey'n .. the announcement explained.
.
4 i / .. ''.;K.y. :,}.., r from USS Intrepid (CVA-11));
h v r 4 $.,. ?% lit .. r Jack Bird, AB2, from USS Individuals marked for flight
'( :,4?x Zf % .r/? $':f. '
ryr'
status elimination afer screeningwill
J : i4yfh Ticonderoga (CVA-14); Leo Lon-

die, EMC, from USS Ard ((22); be offered the opportunity of

Fes!'. James Collinsworth, CS3, from malting written statements on the
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ENTERING OFFICER RANKS-: Two of the Y.ovp s newtsi ensigns, Robert Baer, (second from ferred to the Naval Aviation
right) and Fred Lawson, (right) both of VFP-62, receive commissions as ensign from Comdr. J. T. James Deavey, MM1, from USS
Griffin, VFP-62 Photo Officer, in recent ceremny. At left is CWO W. H. Woodhouse, Photo Braine (DD-630)). Evaluation Board.
Officer of NAS Cecil Field. Unique is the fact that all four came up through enlisted ranks and But the Chief of Naval Per-
mates. Ensign Baer has been with Fleet Air Photo Lab at NAS
were once chief photographer's Daffynishuns: Krushchev sonnel will make final
Jax since 1957. With commissioning of the pair, VFP.62 continues ,to have one of the Navy's best disposition
advancement. Red Head. in each 'case the Navy said.
records in personnel
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JAX AIR NEWS 28 January,1960


President Asks 40.9 Billion



For Military In Fiscal 1961President t !! >


Eisenhower has asked Congress to approve expenditures -

of $40.995 billion for military functions of the Defense \ ?
Daoartment during Fiscal 1961. -

The figures show expenditures

requested for each service are: Operation and maintenance of y .,:
S .
Army, $9.383 billion (up $34 mil the military establishment con- .. :;

lion over FY 1960); Navy, $11,683 tinued about even with the two

billion (up $112 million); and the previous years at a proposed '
Air Force $18.614 billion (down $10.321 billion for FY 1961. 'j I

$318 million). The total procurement, research ; .
item development and test \;
single.
BIGGEST, -$13.602
is for of evaluation program for FY 1961
billion procurement
hardware for the Armed Forces. calls for expenditure' of $17.- t.{:
519 billion. The three.main itemsin : ;
Next comes expenditures for mil :
,
itary personnel-$12.146 billion the program are aircraft ($6.478. "k ,

active and billion), missiles ($4.953 billion), i ...
which includes reserve .. ,. .nX>f
forces and retired pay. and ships ($1,782 billion). -V:: ) J

tab for AIRCRAFT"procurement for FY ... ..
The military personnel -
<
"""
'>'">> :v. '
fiscal 1961 is a boost of $187 million 1961 broken down by military WIVES CLUB OFFICIALS:Annual installation of officers ., .. .
"
over FY 1960. department shows the Army of Navy Wives Club No. 86 was held Saturday at the Seminole -
allocated $132 million, Navy Hotel. Posing after being installed as officials of the group : .
Of this money, Defense expectsto :ClassifiedFor l !
$1.663 billion and the'Air Force for the ensuing year, left to right are, Mesdames Shirley .
out $794 million in retired Waldo Loren Shaver,
pay $4.232 billion. chaplain, Wilbert Wagner, treasurer, ,
pay' during FY 1961 This Is $94 corresponding secretary, Johnnie Davis, president, Kenneth 1\
million over FY 1960 and $153 An expenditure of $3.479 billion Smith, vice-president. Henry Wernert recording secretary, and Rent
million over FY" 1959. is expected to be made for Thomas Bennett, parliamentarian. Apt, large yard, vent blinds, hardw
procurement of missiles by the floors, tile bath and kt, conv to NAS,
THE ACTIVE forces will cost buses and store $75. PH RA 5')211.-)
Armed Forces in FY 1961.
The InstalledBy
New Officers
$10.741 billion and reserves will 2 bdrm apt, conv to NAS, kit equipped.
Army will spend $413 million, the
receive the remaining. $611 mil $75.00. Call EL 5-6974.
x Navy $397 million and the Air 2 bdrm, unfurn apt, kit equip, large
Force $2.669 billion Navy Wives Club corner lot, $48.00 per mo. PH CO 49351.

lion.Two A Defense Department spokesman For Rent or Sal.
A-Subs said "a limited amount" of Annual installation of officers of Navy Wives Club No. House equity of $700, payment
86 was held Saturday in the grand ballroom of the Seminole $56.50, 2 bdrm, dining room, screened
money has been set aside for porch{ life-time fencing. Call SP 11869.
Launched In overseas housing, but none for Hotel. over new positions were: 'Mrs.] 2 bdrm house, bath, store and church
the continental United States. He Guests present included Capt. Kenneth Smith, vice-president;. handy, plus was and topi l house Con-
and Mrs. James R. Reedy, Comdr. tact Chief Smith, Ext 8469.
said 10,000 units
Capehart Loren Shaver
DecemberTwo new Mrs. corresponding
7 house, full baths
and Mrs. Jack S. Hall, and Capt. room 2 2 acres
were programmed for FY 1961, secretary; Mrs." Henry Wernert, land. large Fla. Room, 4350 Ricked Rd.
nuclear-powered subma- but had not been authorized. No and Mrs. Robert J. Fleming.Mrs. recording secretary; Mrs. Wilbert G. F. Williamson.
rines were launched and three Johnnie Davis was installed Wagner, treasurer; Mrs. Shirley 3 bdrm, 2 baths, patio, conv. to NAS
estimate was made on the final and shop center, PH SP 12851. .
president of the Club
more joined the fleet in Decem- as Waldo, chaplain, and Mrs.
3 bdrm house, 2 tile baths, Extra large
ber, the Navy has announced.The figure. by Chaplain Davis. Others taking Thomas Bennett, paliamentarian.Music liv rm, din rm, gas range, ref Included.

trio of newlycommissioned for dancing was providedby 2 bdrm house, brick, knotty pne kt,
submarines raises the the Jax Navy Band. Some tie 3226.bath, good storage rm. PH Eve.

nation's A-sub strength to nine. bk % I : 80 members and guests of.the Ride Wanted
a: {: ::: ; ;{ :{ ::} yf
The. Navy'is all-type submarine Club attended the event. From Cumberland Rd. (corner Park &
fleet is now raised to 110. Assisting Mrs. Wallace Eve- Roosevelt) to JU. Mon., and Thurs.,
evenings. Hagan, Ext. 8164.
The Halibut, commissioned roski in arranging the affair were

December 30, and the George Mesdames Wernert, Davis, Wag-

Washington, which joined the L ft ner, William Lenz and John Naval Courtesy:
fleet a day later, are the newest Damon.
additions to the underseas fleet. '
Short CourseWhat
They join the Seadragon, com '
Pack Sets
missioned December 5. : 131 is
procedure for remain
The George Washington will *
: : ing covered or uncovered
become lead boat of the nine nu- Meeting Friday during
clear-powered submersibles. The formal religious ceremonies outdoors

Navy announced back in 1958 At Scout Hall or during topside shipboard

that ,Comdr. James B. Osborn ,religious services?

would be commanding officer of: rw Monthly meeting of Cub Pack Remain uncovered
the Polaris-firing, sub. ., 131 is scheduled for tomorrow throughout
The two boats launched last __ _r; (Friday) at 1900 in the Scout length of religious ceremonies
month were the Robert E. Lee, : j Hall aboard the Station, with topside on board ship and during

December 5, at Newport News, Cubmaster John Linden presid formal religious ceremonies out- .
doors.
Va., and the scorpion, December ing.The
6.at Groton, Conn. unit's charter for the year
To date a total of 37 nuclear- will be issued at the meeting.I

powered submarines have been Four new Cubs are scheduled to

authorized. Nineteen such sub become Bobcats and four older

should be operational by the end L Cubs will graduate into Boy

of this year.MDBS.Pavment. ____ Scouting.At .

AT WARD PARTY-Fleet Reserve Auxiliary, Unit 126, weekly troop meeting of
Due held a party for shut-ins at the Naval Hospitals Ward A-6 Troop 131, Richard Lemmon was
recently. Among those present from LAFRA ranks was Mrs.Paula inducted by Scoutmaster William
Mutual Death Benefit Society Miller, national president (second from left.) Partakingof Hornsby. The troop's charter
members are reminded that assessment punch are, left to right, Mrs. Ike Hetz. Unit's Hospital chair was
No. 131 is due and man, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Rose, Zeilm&n. Unit president. Franklin presented to Comdr. Walter Hei-.
payable Arns, AE2 Mrs. Colleen Rodrick. Mrs. Mildred Scott, both of son at a recent meeting. ,
by close of business >
February
Unit 126. and Wayne Westgaard AN. Family Night for the troop is :' ,,a :
2.Members. M1kti
r1y

all assessments are by encouraged check or to mon-pay 'I 1.00 This As A Hobby, And I Smoke: .'r planned ary 3, at for the Wednesday Scout Hall, at Febru-1900. .

I Explorer Adivsor and Mrs.. Wilson ..
ey order Positively no assess- The ."thinking man" in cigar- --- ---
provides one minute of entertainment Cubmaster and Mrs. Linden
ments -
be
can
accepted after the ettes is here to stay
for the customers. and Scoutmaster and Mrs. Horns-
'
closing date. '
The Russians have their 'Sput-
niks," the missilemen have their :The customers, after dropping by were guests of the sponsoring

OuesttonWhy: is an automobile "Explorers," and, not to be out- a coin in the slot, selects the size body for Scouting aboard the
always/ referred to as. a done, the crewmen pf the sub- of cigarette (king size or regular Station at the annual North
"she" or "her"? marine tender Nereus have their I ) and then watches as the Florida Scouters Appreciation{

Answer: Because automobiles own home-made cigarette dis cigarette goes through a series of Banquet last week.

are improved by paint, the foreign penser. fancy steps: ultra-violet light for

ones are In demand, the A brainchild of fireman Robert sterilization, through a humidi- TIDE TABLETides
models Pickard, the unique machine, fier, onto a heating coil for a
newer are
preferred, which offers lighted cigarettesfor light and then into an ashtray- at Atlantic Beach: .,. ,..... .... ...., .
judged to a large extent by' body one penny,. was created to ready to be smoked. HIGH, LOW N i DELECTABLE" LASSIE'r <';;;';N A h;t

style, they're expensive, undependable :;. stem a tide of cigarettebumming Pickard constructed the ma- A.M. P.M.' A.M. P.M. study of leggy loveliness, -long

:: temperamental, unpredictable crew ,members. chine in tine month during lib- Fri. 8:40: 9:05: 2:15-2>52 stemmed. Julie Newmar shows
and hard to get along Aside from dispensing ciga- erty hours from his own plans Sat. 9:29: 9:53: 3:07: 3:39: why Photogenic she was physique chosen "most

without. rettes for a penny; the machine with"the help of two shipmates. Sun. 10:16: 10:43: 3:56: 4:26: I the New York Institute of 1959"by of

Photography,

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28 January 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Pane 5

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''t M k Rolling Stone Flier Five




Gathers No Cage MossThe



Jax Navy Fliers, on a healthy winning streak and

scoring buckets in recent outings with sheer abandon, tacklea

tough fellow independent, .Fairchild Aircraft, tonight at

2000 at Mainside Gym.
\ fair and perhaps the most one-
> The Fliers romped home easy
sided in the Mainside
game seen
winners in a trio of games last

week, all on the home court. The Gym.
\ The All-Stars lastrminute
were a
three victories pushed the sav-
substitution for Pensacola
agcmen's mark to 12-3.
''R Navy The embattled Lake City
ALL FLIER starters scored in
: t
.
crew had the unenviable distinction
double flgues as Jax Navy
of allowing Jax Navy to

t ..\. trounced NATTCenter, 102-62, register its highest point total of
Jack Dorman
last Wednesday ,
the season and its 11th straight
with 26 points, led scorers.Al .

Sheppard, with 23, and Ed win.DORMAN
PACED scorers with
I Starns, Bob Gadson and Dick
25-point effort while Rouse
a
Savage, all registered 11 markers.
netted 20 markers.
Jim Tudor stood out for the out-
Following tonight's home tilt
classed City League five, garner-
with Fairchild of St. Augustine,
INTRAMURAL CHAMPS ON SARATOGA-Attack Squadron 36 captured intramural basket ing 21 points. the Fliers take to the petrol trail
ball championship of the USS Saratoga at competition came to a halt last week. The Black Green Cove Springs' always
Panthers decisioned the Sara's Supply Division, 5047 in the championship contest. VA-35 is tough Bullets were 82-60 victimsof traveling to Charleston AFB fora

home based at NAS Jax. Team members include J. F. Ruff F. E. Rose R. A. Zanelotti C. L. Pas- the Fliers in a Thursday night Friday night contest and to Ft.

Ions R. L. Wessel G. C. Loy. L. N. Presley, C. M. Harris, H. B. Green, B. A. Callaway, W. tilt Gordon for a return game with
Arnett and J. C. Young. Lljg( ) J. W. Keathley (front row, center) was coach of the club along game, and like Wednesday's the PMGC Saints, one of three

I with Ltjg( ) J. K. Thompson, not in photo. a neighborhood grudge battle. teams to collar the locals this
JAX NAVY'S 6-6 Warren

Rouse, classy veteran campaigner, year.

ripped the cords for 28 points.

heWATER Savage chipped in with 13. Fliers Farinqs

In the week's final action, the O Fg Ft. Ftm Pert Tp Avg

Blue and Gold quintet drubbedthe Dorman 16 121 41 25 60 267 16.7

LINEt Lake City All-Stars, 123-41,'' Route 16 89 75 43 67 221 13.8
k Sheppard 17 79 53 26'' 48 184 10.8
in the season's most lopsided af-
Savage 17 70 58 41 70 181 10.5
a recent meeting of repre-
Gadton 16 51 35 22 62 144 9.0
atives of the three local yachts Sterns 16 50 20 13 65 113 7.1

rules and schedules were VW -4 VA-44 IN Ensigns In Fast Rlchardiol 12 24 ,13 9 69 57 4.7

,lished for the 60A Series of Holub 13 26 11 6 54 58 4.5
Hardwood StartThe Walker 10 10 6 4 67 24 2.4
tition for the Greater Jack-
AmerionAkttln 10 11 7 2 28 24 2.4
_ _ille Sailing Trophy.. CAGE LOOP LEADIntramural NATTCenter intramural I 5 9 3 1 33 19 3.1

I" .basketball league got off to a
trophy provided by the
,
basketball squads at Mainside resumed com
fast start last week with eight
nville Area Chamber of petition after a lengthy Christmas-New Year's respite but itdidn't games played. Four games involved SHORT

erce. is awarded twice a. take long for things to settle back to pre-holiday the Ensigns of Avia-
( : .. the yachtsman who ac-
.: ;:;, "ites greatest! number of status. FAETU, 5939. tion Officers School, who took CHIPSIt

; The Cane Hunters of VW-4 over first place by winningall
. /
.tn each six-months .
.. __ period.Anyone In
'f I ," I, closing activity, VA-44 stay-
,
'J. -+ \ boosted their league leading mark I four. been observedthat
: : in the Jax area is elig- ed close behind VW-4 by turning before has recently
' to 7-0 by thumping Operations, First to fall the En- children violating
. ""J10"compete for the trophy, back VP-5, 57-31, while Aircraft young are
74-22 with Charles Guinn the
toss- signs were Support Splinters rules of the Station's Golf Course.
r, I: 4nust participate in at least ing in 10 points for the winners. Maintenance was trimming the 61-41, followed by wins specifically that
t The rules state
r ircent of the races run. sails of Administration, 62-52.
However, Ronnie Smith's 16 for over Marine Aviation De- shall be used as
"The No. one tee
at four regattas of the Series Operations was high point totalin Charlie Buse netted 24 points for tachment no. 1 56-38, Aviation starting tee unless otherwise
the winners.
scheduled as follows: Feb. 7- the game. Electrician "Blue" squad 58- designated. This (designation)
STANDINGSWon
avy Jax; Feb. 14-at Rudder IN OTHER action the 33 and Aviation Ordnancemen
league lost can be done only by the pro
; Feb. 21-at Florida Yacht' Marine Devil and VP-16 VW-4 r "'
Dogs 7 0 5944.In and/or starters.
i, and Feb. 28-at Navy Jax. hooked with VA-44 6 0Hospital "Chil-
the
I up patrolmen other action, the Ord- The rules also state that
'
11 races start promptly at 1430. pulling away in late stages of 5 1 dren under 16 are not allowed to
VP-16 .
5 1 nance men defeated AE
skippers meeting 30 minutesore the game for a 59-49 victory. VAP-62 4 1 play until 1400 Saturdays, Sun-

each race time. Gene Brown's 20 point output 679th 4 : 2 "Blue," 36-27, Support Splin- days and national holidays.'Chil-

aided the winners. A/C Malnt. 3 3 ters won over MAD No. 2, 43- dren in the age group 8-11 have

ittle THE 679th AIR Force, with Comm.Infirmary 2 2 4 2 28, AE "Gold" decisioned MAD been starting on the first tee Sat-

League. Charley Bell -leading the march Devil Dogi 1 5 No.1, 50-46, and in the weeks urday morings. These children do

with 24 downed Infirm- Admin: 1 5 not know or appreciate proper
counters, finale, MAD No. 1 set back
iamond FAETU 1 5 golf etiquette and can do serious
Play I ary, 56-44 while VW-4 upended Operations 1 5 Support Splinters, 83-45. harm to the course.It .
VP.5 0 6 '
F Here Yellow Belles MaintainEM is the responsibility of par-

ooming ents to keep their children off

Wives Bowling Lead the except when author-
A lot of interest has been stlm- course
The Yellow Belles continued ized by the rules and to make
ated over the possibility of
their winning ways in Enlisted certain that the children are
eating Little League baseball
Wives Bowling League action # s properly indoctrinated and sup-
mpetition at NAS Jax and sur- ."
last week. The loop leaders holda ervised.A .
un ding locale.
29-16 record while runnerupTan k k
Initial steps were taken recent-
Tigers are 25-20. Mainside bowling organiia-
when representatives of the J -1 1 Mon-
tional meeting b scheduled
Jean Carter 134 rol-
a average
arious units aboard the Station
[ ler, captured high game honor .. day at 0930 In Mainside Gym,
iscussed such .
possibilities.If
.
last week with a 175 and high Building Three.

Little League ball is to be. series with 452. ) ..,: .. ,.. Several important rules changesare

uccessful here, it will take the ,( expected to be announced at
s-A
ombined efforts of the League's Betty Jones picked up the 4-7- .
; that time.Crackerjax.
10 conversion while Louise Quad :
oard of Directors, parents andther
turned in a 5-7 and Louise Gar- '
responsible adults. Register
rison converted the 5-6.
Anyone interested in coaching -
.1 City League Victory
managing, umpiring or ..
;':;:;;;;;;';;:;>';;';;';;:;' ::; ;; '; :;;: ; Carolyn Forstell tallied 22
elping in any way should con- MAINSIDECAGE
"t.1rtit points and Mary Colvin 10 as
tact any unit representative or <
:
the Jax Crackerjax whip-
of Navy
call Ltjg) C. R. Carpenter SLATETHURSDAY
ped Gulf Life, 37-21, at Jackson
VW-4 at extension 306.
JAN. 21 .. gym in City, League play last
.F.
<
....
..
Parents applica- .
may pick up 1600 VP.5 vi 679th ;;::; ;; week.In .

tion blanks for their boys to play ,1800 Hoipital) vt VAP.62 .,. Crackerjax action this week,

ball from the various unit repre- MONDAY, FIB. 1
the Waves are !slated to face

sentatives of the League or from 1800 1600 Operations Admin. vi v VW-4. Devil Dogs USING NEW FACILITY-The newly opened all-hand re- YMCA at Lee gym then face

the Commissary Store: These 2000 Hospital vi FAETU creation room in Malnside Barracks D, lower deck, is proving Terminal Bag at Jackson gym

should be turned in as soon as TUESDAY, F.b 2 popular despite UK being open only two weeks. Among those on Monday.

possibje) so that the number of 1800 Infirmary vi A/C M.lnt. enjoying lie facilities are Earnest Lariner, SN Kenneth Vre*

2000 VP.5 vi VW.4WEDNESDAY land, SA, and Tommy Kirchoff, AN. The room. open weekdaysfrom Dajfynlshuns: Cue Sheet -
establishedand
teams needed can be FEB. i 1630 to 2130 and weekends and holidays from 1300 to 2130, '
sponsors obtained for each 1800 Comm vi Admin. has six billiard tables and is to be outfitted with tables for Sheet 'used by 'people who sleepon ,'

team. 2000 VAP-62 vi Devil Dogs ping pong, checkers and ace, ducey. pool tables.



Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 28 January 1960


I Armed Services To Aid 1960 Winter Olympic GamesSquaw More A3J-1 Jets


Ordered
By NavyThe
Valley, Calif. (AFPS. cepted, the U.S. became obligatedto viding personnel, equipment and pacted snow parking area and
When the U. S. hosts the 1960 act as host nation at the event. supplies for prepartion of courses, loan of Quonset huts and Butler Navy has announced an

Winter Olympic Games here next Military assistance was sought 'fields, rinks, avalanche control. ,bildings : additional $73 million contractfor

month, much of the Job of getting because of difficulties peculiar to I communications, transportation; manufacture of the A3J-1
ready will have been done AIR FORCE Helicopter sup-
by and $3.5 million for constructionof '
staging the games in this moun- Vigilante jet plane
Army, Navy and Air Force men a sports arena.Following port to move demountable build-
and equipment.The tainous area. The North American Aviation
types of operational ings to the mountain peaks.
Defense Establishment became Under the terms of Public Vigilante is the first Navy-pro-
support will be furnished:
affiliated with the upcoming Law 85-365, Department of De- Financing will be divided between cured aircraft in which all sys-
international athletic event when Army: Communication supportover the State of California, $8
fense appropriations include a tems and their components are
Congress passed a Joint Resolu- the course, loan of vehicles,
maximum of $4 million towardthe million; Department of Defense, supplied by the manufacturer.
tion in
1955
inviting the Interna- skiers and avalanche control per-
$4 million and $4 million esti-
tional Olympic Committee to hold. games. sonnel and provision of medical Capable of carrying a wide

the games here. THIS TOTAL consists of $500- units. mated from gate receipts, tele- variety of conventional and' nu-

WHEN THE invitation was ac- 000 designated for use in pro- Navy: Construction of a comBIRTHDAY : vision rights, and concessions.Promotion clear weapons, the Vigilante is

all-weather operational and is

I r- at home in low and high altitude

I Scouting I s, (Continued from Page 1)) extremes.It .

Percentagewise, 41.2 passed, also can be equipped witha
VW-4 while 19.2 advanced in rate.
"buddy tanker" for use as a

Three Hurricane Hunters have r A Jos Air News survey reveals refueling plane for other air-
been promoted recently, while .r } that in the forthcoming, craft.

the squadron has Welcomed a- exams, opportunities are excellent -'
board eight officers and men for all grades (E-4 through

this month. E-7) in the SM, SO, NW, TM, Marine Career Wives To

Donning the bars of ensign OM, JO, MY, BR, IC, NM, PM, Hear Talk On RetirementThe
this month was WillIam Dehn ':}y CE, SV, AT and PT ratings.
Marine Career Wives Clubis
Jr., of Weather Service. Two ,ALSO, CANDIDATES for third,
planning to hold its next meet-
new chiefs, Ishmael Brown, AtC, second and first class pay grades
and Edward, Davis, ATC, 'were will find excellent chances of being ing Monday, February 1 at 1930

initiated January 16. rated in the RD, ET, CT in building 572.

Recent arrivals to the famed RM, EN MR, BU, AE, AG and After a short business meeting,

Hurricane Hunters include Lt. AM ratings. Candidates for QM3, First Sgt. Don Muller will givea
James Austin and Ltjg( ) James 2 and SK3, 2 and C, and UT3,
1 talk on retirement benefits. Re-
Albritton. Also, Roger Sherman, ; ;.y 2 and C, SK3, 2 and C, and UT3,
AM2, Ben Burton, ADR3, Everett .;. ,': cent chances of being rated. freshments will follow. All enlisted -

Stenshorn AEC, David Sizemore, Marine Wives are being
Other rates in the "excellent"category
.... .. .
AMHAN .J.t.: &* M' 'aio::
Gary Clark, AMS3, CELEBRATION MarNav Toastmasiers Club include candidates for extended a cordial invitation to

and Albert Rutland AM3. 2280 celebrated' its third birthday last Thursday at Charlie's FT3 and 2, DK3 and 2, SW3 and attend the meeting.

Restaurant In Orange Park reenacting Us original charter pre- 2, AB3 and 2, TD3 and 2, DT3
sentation. The active club had two of its charter members
,
and 2 DM2 and 1 ML3 and C
,
Don Muller, (left) and Harv Harrille, presented with a piece ,
r of cake from the Club's newest member, Bob Williams, (right). A03 and C, BMC, MN3, IM2,
Later on, Muller, District Toastmasters Governor, presented new YN3, DC3, CM3, AC3, AD3,
charter to Club president Riley Rollins. AQ3, HMC, TE(RM) C, and
PR3.
Sunday,January 24
SALTY HUMOR FROM Navy Seeking Officers Good opportunities are offered
ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL
to the.
HERE AND THEREFirst following rates: FT1, GM3
and C, MN2 and CETC, 1M3, andC 0830-Service of Worship.
Old Maid: ,"Dear what did In ProfessionalFields CS3, DKC MAl and C, PN1, 0930-Sunday School, three-

you do with your hair It looks SKI, YN2, DM3, LI3, SF1 year-olds through adults, Building -

like a wig." Vacancies exist for male CM2, E03, SWl, UT1, AB1, AC2 722; Adult Bible Class, Chap-
said
Navy that
Second Old Maid: "It Is a Regular and Reserve officersin plicants should be engineering Naval Acad-ap- and 1, ADC, AGC, AK3 and 2, lain Wolfe, in Small Chapel.
wig." the professional skill fieldsof A02, AQ2 and 1, GF2 and 1, 0930-Service of Worship.
Engineering, Aeronautical emy graduates or hold baccala- PR2, and HM3.Davidson 1100-Service of Worship.

First Old Maid: "Well, my Engineering, Communications, ureate degrees from accredited 1830-Teen-Age, Senior High

goodness, I'd never have known Intelligence and Public In- colleges and universities. E a c h Elected To Helm' Feljpwships and United Fellow-

it/' formation, the Navy has an- should have completed his post- ship of Protestants, Building 722
*. \ nounced. graduate training in his specialty. Of Career Employee Unit and Small Chapel.

Famous Last Ones Urging qualified Regular offi- Accredited baccalaureate de- David Davidson Sr. was elect- .

Yes, I hear it. Buy the car. cers to apply for duty in these grees are required for qualifica- ed president of the Jacksonville ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL

I'll put in a can of oil additive specialties, a recent' Bureau of tion in the Communications, In- Chapter, Association of Federal 0830 and 1000. .-Sunday.. Mass.
and the motor will sound likea Naval Personnel announcementalso telligence and Public Information Career Employees, at the group's

Swiss watch. said that some active and special duty fields and the Navy meeting last week'. ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL

There's a 30-day guarantee on Inactive Naval Reserve officers announcement spelled out the Also elected' to office were 0630-Mass.Naval Hospital

this set. But it doesn't include competent in the cited skill areas special educational and experience Charles Howard, vice-president,
parts and labor. may achieve Regular commissions backgrounds desirable in and Martha Adams, secretary- 0930-Protestant Worship Ser-

through augmentation.A each skill area. treasurer. vice.
The reason we're letting
you COMPLETE list of the engi-
get it so cheap is because we
neering fields includes Aeronautical -
need the
space.Wall Street Journal Mechanical, Electrical, Elect-

ronis Chemical, Marine, Ord-
nance, Materials or Management
They stretched the man out I
on the floor of,the police station and Industrial-engineer qualifica-I

and the doctor examined him. ,tion.Those
"This man' been drugged.. qualified in Advanced
Science (Applied Mathematics,'
The policeman who had
Chemistry and Nuclear Physics)
brought the man inturned white
and Naval
Architecture are also
and said, "I might as well admitit. needed. -
I drug him four blocks. :
WHILE, NO professional ex-
aminations will be required, the
At the annual Christmas party,
a shy employee thought it wouldbe ;'}
New Job
'a good time to ask the boss Looming f>:

for a raise. After fortifying himself For Adm. Thach ,
with a few stiff drinks, he
stood before, his, boss without Rear Admiral John S. Thach, r = I
quavering. former NAS Jax commanding
officer, has been named to be J
"
"Mr. Finley, said the employee -.
the first Commander, of ,the recently -
sticking out his"chin
boldly.,I established AntiSubmarine
"I've ,been' 25 years with this -
in
Defense Force the Pacific.
I've been so conscient-
company.
ious that I've ruined health.'! Admiral Thach, who served a EXCHANGE EMPLOYEES HONORED Lengthy service milestones reached ,by a group of
my couple tours of duty in Jax, was Nary Exchange employee of NAS Jax were recognized in an appropriate ceremony recently
"I understand, Jasper," re. commanding officer of the Stat- In the office of Comdr. Henry J. Skipper, Nary Exchange Officer. Receiving pins for lengthy
marked the boss, as he pickedup ion in 1954-55. His current assignment service were front row, left to right, Tony Sohry, Janie Lewis, Fannie Anderson, Jean Robin-
his son. Myrtle Johnson Lillian Craft and Samuel G au. Rear, Charles Wanton, Joseph King, Chester
glass.HHere' to your is as Commander Car- Sarnow, Howard Rutledge, Fredrick Wright, Rufus! Jenkins and Troy Squires. Miss Anderson and
health. rier Division 16. Rutledge hare completed ten years service, the others five years.I .



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