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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: February 4, 1960
Frequency: weekly
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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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I FUTURE IS BRIGHT FOR M C IN FISCAL 1961During I



fiscal 1961 predic- Corps Navy Times this week Two Hawk missile units "number" of these battalions Fleet Marine forces.

tions are that the Marine said things are looking brighter Light AA Missile Battalionseach will be reactivated in the new Marines will also be able to

Corps, straining at the seams, in fiscal 1961. By improved of 500 men, will be activated fiscal year.Combat use the new shoulder-fired

will be hard put to carry out personnel management and alowerthannormal by June 30, 1960. effectiveness of the Red-eye guided missile in the

its ready-to-go functions with loss of To take care of personnelcuts Marine Corps will be improvedby new fiscal year.
175 thousand officers and men, the delivery of the first Marine aviation will get the
personnel, the Corps will be this current fiscal year,
a force Headquarters officials group of the 7.62 mm (NATO) Bullpup air-to-surface tacti-
,I feel is the bare minimum. able to allocate a larger per- the Corps was forced to deactivate weapons family and the introduction cal missile, and the Corps

Although there's no man- centage of its strength to the six battalion landing of the Davey Croc- will activate its first inflightrefueling

power increase for the Marine combat forces. teams, two in each division. A kett weapons system into the squadron in 1961.


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Vol. 17 No. 46 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 4 February 1960



'J i'; >'r";' *: More $ $ $, Less Men




; \\ :; Allotted Navy In 1961It



will be a smaller Navy, both in number of personnel,

ships and aircraft, to carry gut the nation's world-wide Naval

commitments in fiscal 1961.
total will be maintained throughout -
The President's 'new budget '
fiscal 1961.
program, according to a Navy
Times announcement, would give The Navy now has about 804

the Navy $11,683 million to ships in its active fleet. This

operate in the new fiscal year. total will drop to 817 by next

This compares with a 1960 expenditure June 30 and, unless further econ-

estimated a't $11,571 omy cuts are made, will be keptat

thousand and $11,728 thousand that strength throughout the
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::.: .i during fiscal 1959. new fiscal year.

DESPITE THE increase in WHEN THE current budget was

;'F' .{;'wxY pq : Navy will have fewer men to active aircraft Inventory of

man its reduced fleet of ships 9200 by June 30, 1960. This figure

.. ... .... .. .. ...:..... ..:.:', ";::: if l"':!'::::.:'.::... '. 2:": and aircraft. has now been downgraded to
,>.......,;y.w.w......,,....;;.. ... ,, : "' Manpower strength of the Navyis 8657, and will be further reducedto
'CONSERVATION
-Six officials of the National
now on the downgrade, skid- 8348 by June 30, 1961.
Association Supervisors from NAS Jax Overhaul and Repair
SupervisorsJoin Department meet with Leonard Eubanks, Industrial Relations ding from some 626,340 officers The conventional carrier pro-
Officer (third from left seated), and Capt. J. Henry Etter, Public and men during fiscal 1959, to posed in the 1961 program would
Works Officer, (left rear seated) to discuss with Capt. James R. 619,000 by next June 30. Accord- cost about $290 million accordingto
Fight Reedy, commanding officer (standing) methods and problemsin ing to budget plans, the 619,000 Defense officials.In .
conservation of utilities aboard the Station. Left to right are
Nathaniel Quarterman, Vice President, East Coast office of the addition to the carrier, the
On WasteThe
Association, William Tarr Sergeant-at-Arms, Eubanks, Capt. Pair Takes, AE 1961 budget provides for,the con-
Naval Air Station's driveto Etter, Capt. Reedy, Douglas King, president, Charles Williams, struction of three guided missile

conserve funds by eliminating I vice president, Ward Chance, recording secretary. and Thomas School HonorsAE frigates, two guided missile des-
Cox, financial secretary: of the local unit. three nuclear1 antisub-
waste in equipment and by curb- School honors at NATT- troyers,
ing the abuse of utilities has received marine warfare: submarines, two
Center last week to
added impetus with announcement Navy Relaxes Re-Up Bar James Tucker, AEIAN went, and fast underway replenishmentships

that the Station's William Roth, AEMAA. three Polaris missile-firing
force has joined in submarines: two escort vessels,
supervisory Tucker the in
joined Navy
the fight. For Most 30-Yr. CPOs 1958 and has been transferredto one amphibious transport, dock,
one oceanographic research ship,
of supervisors, all of
A group VF-101 Key West, while
fAFPS) The action to one experimental deep diving
whom are newly elected officersof Washington Navy's temporary Roth, who enlisted in 1959, is
the National Association of reduce the number of petty officers who entered the sea going to VP-2 Kodiak, Alas- submarine and one escort research -

Supervisors, Local No. 11, met service during early stages of WWII has been practically eli ka, for duty. ship.
with Capt. James Reedy, com- minated. (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1))
of
mal attrition and the number
manding officer of the Station, Previously, chief petty officersin ,.
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CPOs applying for transfer to F. .Y f.: 'i '
last Thursday to discuss the con- 42 rates having 20 years or ;
the Fleet Reserve during the
servation program.SERIOUSNESS more active service on expirationof
had helped the situ-
of the drive to enlistment'were compelled to past year
ation and made possible the reduction -
conserve funds was conveyed to request permission to remain on
in rates still governedby
the group by Capt. Reedy who active duty. Recently the Navy
the original action.
put it simply and bluntly: "The cut this list of rates to six.
THIS ATTRITION was fore-
we save by beinga
more money
little bit more watchful In the ABOUT A year ago, the Navy seen, the spokesman declared,

use of equipment and utilities said the action was necessary to and said in the future it will reduce 4 :..y

and in other facets of our opera- "permit the orderly advancementof the list even further. "It is
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tions, the more people we will. junior petty officers, particularly hoped," he said, "that within the ,, :z 5 ir
in rates where the numberof } I
be able to keep on the payroll""This I next few years no rating will be
is an all hands job if personnel on board met or exceeded subject to selective reenlistment." >

there ever was one," the Captain requirements.A The list of rates still requiring ,

added. "The man and woman in Navy spokesman said Nor- approval of the Chief of Naval

the office, the man on the floor, Personnel for continuation on active -

the supervisor, executives all 1960 Contains Seven duty past the 20-year markare

have an obligation in this matterof Three-Day WeekendsIt :

conservation."WE Chief ship's serviceman, chief
should be a good year for
afford to let just
CAN'T
Federal employees. Seven three- lithographer, chief shipfitter,
one group or department worry day weekends come during the chief aviation boatswain's mate,
about cutting down on utilities chief steward and chief equipment fS.
and saving wear and tear on apparatus year. _'m. "" ....- S ""'"
Each single individual, Four holidays fall on MondayFeb. I operator. GET' RATING HIKES-Fourteen enlisted men of Attack

military and civilian, must do his ..22 May 30, July 4 and Sept ---- Squadron 176, on deployment aboard the USS Essex, recently
part" he added. 5. Christmas and New Year's AO'A' Honors received advancements in rating. Promoted were front row,
The further empha- Day (Jan. 1, 1961)) fall on Sun- Lawrence C. Hamp, AOAA, of (left to right) H. E. Jones, AQ2, T. J. Bennett, AO1, R. Sailer-
Captain field AT2, H. L. Alldread PR2, G. M. Headley, AO1, L. G.
Mondays
making the following took
Mich.
days, I Battle Creek, top
sized that "we must awaken all
Dipilla YN3 and R. K. Burdick, A03. Rear H. E. Bierly,
hands to the fact that the little holidays. I: honors at the Aviation Ordnance AECS, R. V. Geiger AMCS, R. Friedenreich, AT2, G. T. Arnold,
things such as flipping a light Veteran's Day (Nov. 11)) comes I Class "A" School graduation held AM2, M. L. Wall, AE2, C. L. Cambron, A02, and P. D. Peters,

(Please turn to Page 6, Col. 5)) on a Friday this year. Jan. 29. AM3.



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JH -8 New AutomobileTag ServiceA Education Opportunities



king-sized public service Unlimited For Servicemen
NAS, Jacksonville gesture is being carried out
Capt. James R. Reedy.............................................."..:"......... Commanding Officer members of Navy Wives
Comdr. Robert Nelson .......................:........ .....................................Executive Officer by Club 86 with a newlyinitiatedprogram This is the first of two stories on educational opportunities opento
NAB Six; Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear / enlisted personnel on active duty. While this week's article cov-
Adm. I Kenneth Craig ........................................ Commander of obtaining Florida ers opportunities under the I&E programs, the Jax Air News will
Capt. Grayiton H. Weber ...................................................... Chief of Staff, FatrJax auto tag renewals.You feature training promotion programs next week.
Capt. Nelson M. Head Chief of Staff, NAB Six unlimited for desire I
can save a trip to town Opportunities are practically persons

Capt. Robert M. Mllner ..............Fleet........Air......Wing.........Eleven....................................... CommanderCapt. by giving one of the Club ing to further their education while on active dufy with
Charles L. lambing .................................'........................... Chief Staff Officer members on the project suf- the armed forces. I
Naval Air Technical Training Center ficient money to cover cost of Whether to obtain a high school diploma, receive credit i
Capt. Robert J. Fleming Commanding Officer the tags required by towards a college degree, prepare !I
Comdr. Gerald R. Pearson ............................................................ Executive Officer tag or participating college correspondence j
Naval H.aphalCapt. you plus a 50 cent service for advancement in rate, or

Alton C. Abernethy ........................................................ Commanding Officer charge. for future employment, one of courses, USAFI general
Capt. John G. Feder ........................................................................ Executive Officer This service can be ob- 11 educational opportunities offered educational development tests, I
NARTU tuition aid, and Navy conducted I'
tained Monday Wednes- through the service is sure
Capt. F. H. Holt ........................................................................ Commanding Officer any classroom instruction. 'i
Comdr. H. Hudglni ....................................................- Executive Officer day or Friday through Febru- to fill' the bill USAFI available I
ary 19 from 0830 to 1200, at AMONG THE opportunities courses are J
Printed commercially with norvepproprtittd fund In Jackicmvllle, Florida at no Dependents Information Cen- available under the Informationand on the elementary through junior Jj
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-95 Rev. July 1958. Main college level for. persons in all
13 at the
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, ter, Building ,' Education program are US ratings. In the Navy, USAFI
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air Gate.
Armed Forces Institute courses, courses are accepted as equi-
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital.
Service Information Officer .................... Comdr. Alex N. AAclnnli Jr. valent to the same course taken
Assistant Service Information Officer .......... ......... Andrew H. Planey from an accredited civilian school.
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters-Ron Davis, AN; Gene Hagan, JOSN; : Majority of civilian schools, how-
Sam Bowman, SA. Photographer-Joseph O'Brien, PH3. 1k A
The Jax Air Newt Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material : : ; JJI ever, also .accept these coursesfor
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit I I. given. Photographs, :.: academic credit.
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photograph I .. 4H ; .o Fifteen courses are offered on 1.
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone extensions "I. __, the elementary level through
8164, 656, 272 or 216.
USAFI, along with 50 high school

subjects and 150 college courses.

Artist Sketch Of Arizona Prerequisites for courses are set
p\
h in the USAFI catalog.

Memorial Reveals PlansDrawings 'fi.II During 1959, some 16 USAFI

courses were taken by personnelat
showing the artist's conception of the pro- NAS Jax, according to Peggy

posed USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor have been < I ,t, Mitchell, YN2, of the I&E office.
; >t b ;
released to the public.The .
proposed Memorial, sched- ture of the sunken ship. PARTICIPATING COLLEGE

uled for completion and dedica- The battleship Arizona was Correspondence Courses by some

tion December 7, will have a sunk during the Japanese attackof 50 civilian colleges and universi-

rectangular concrete facade Dec. 7, 1941, which triggeredthe : : :; ties throughout the US are avail-

stretching 186 feet from outboard United States' entry into able to active duty persons at

side of the sunken battleship WWII. Of some 1550 Navy and reduced rates through USAFI.

toward nearby Ford Island. Marine crewmen, 1102 still remain X;.C.R;4 {, so,? .f This program is open to all
THE ARIZONA Memorial will aboard. ratings. Prerequistes are set by
Though not carried the 449 individual colleges and universities.
span present exposed superstrue- on active ., ., -
. ; list of U.S. Navy ships, the _Ii k::' ,.,."34, ,,._ __ ______ 'w } ;ti Credit is granted by the
I I Arizona is sentimentally consi- JOINT SEARCH EFFORT Crew members of Patrol educational institution concerned.

ExSignalmanReports dered still in commission.THE Squadron 18 and two members of the Icelandic Coast Guard USAFI General Educational
pole after successful: Search and Rescue Mission carried out by !
NEW Memorial conceptis units of the two nations off the Greenland coast recently. Front Development ,Tests are high o;'
Here a departure from the preliminary row, (left to right), George' Sakmar Jr. and F. J. Dayis. Rear, school and college level test bat-
design and will house a J. J. Bart ot ki, R. A. Johnson, Gudmundur KJaernestdt, Gudton teries used to determine whether '
museum and ceremonial bridge Joniion, R. W. Egan and W. D. Luter.I thorough formal and informal \
As
ChaplainA which will accomodate 200 per- I educational experience a man has

former signalman who ser- sons.A. VP-18 Plays Part In acquired is equivalent of a gen-
ved aboard shrine on the Ford Island eral high school or first year
a transport in the
Pacific end will contain names of the college education. Tests are avail-
reported aboard recentlyas
a chaplain.Lt. Arizona's dead on either bronzeor International RescuePatrol able to all ratings.

stone plaques.The PASSING SCORES on high
Johnie Lee Perry, nativeof
Baker, Fla, is new Protestant Pacific War Memorial Squadron 18, home-based at NAS Jax, but cur school GED is equivalent to

chaplain at NATTCenter.After Commission is presently conduct- rently on deployment in Iceland, played a major role in an high school graduation in the
ing a nationwide campaign to international search and rescue mission recently.At Navy and in most states. In the
serving as an enlistedman raise funds to complete the Mem- behest of the Icelandic government Navy, passing scores on college

for four years he was dis- orial. Construction contracts are a VP-18 plane, pilotedby level GED equivalent to first

charged in 1947 as an SM2. expected to be let in May. Ltjg j ) R. W. Egan, started a BIENVENU year of college, while collegesand E

Upon deciding to enter the Contributions may be sent to: search for an Icelandic fishing universities grant varying

ministry, Chaplain Perry then USS Arizona Memorial, Pearl vessel long overdue in port. amounts of credit.

attented Florida State, Stetson, I Harbor, Hawaii. LTJG( ) EGAN and his crew, Welcome to persons reporting Some 93 USAFI GED tests were
and Southeastern Baptist Theo- aboard for at NAS Jax dur-
duty
along with two officers of the :, administered to Station persons
logical Seminary at Wake Forest, : Icelandic[ Coast Guard, took off ing the past two weeks. during 13 days last month-an

NC.He from Keflavik International Air- Arriving Jan. 18 were, Robert average of seven tests a day.
has served as pastor of and set for the search from N AS
r port course I Snavely, EOH2, Tuition Aid provides up to 75
Baptist churches at Tallahasseeand area, some 180 miles southeastof Agana Guam; Richard Bell, RM1, percent of the tuition-up to $7.50

Kinston, NC. the southern tip of Greenland. from NRTC, Mobile, Ala., and per semester hour for atten-

Lt. Perry was commissioned in Almost five hours after start- Claude Hocking, GFI, from USS dance of military personnel at

the Navy Chaplain Corps in 1954, ing the search, crewmember Saratoga (CVA-60)). accredited junior colleges, colleges
followed by duty with MilitarySea George Sakmar Jr. ATN3 picked
Reporting in Jan. 19 were John and universities.The .
Transport Service, Brooklyn, a the
up vague target on
Burney, CS2, from USS HerbertJ. program authorizes under-
NY and at NS Green Cove radar screen. Ltjg( ) Egan turnedhis
Thomas ,(DDR-833)) ; Ronald graduate courses toward baccal-
Springs. Before reporting to NAS big ship immediately towardthe
Muscraves, TDIAA, from TD "A" aureate degree, and, graduate
Jax, Chaplain Perry served at target, instructing Sakmarto
School, NATTC Memphis, Tenn; courses in mathematics, physical
ComFibRon Eight at Little Creek, vector him to the target.
John Ingram Jr., MU2, from Unit science, international relationsand
THIS WAS no task for
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easy
Band 129, Commander 7th Fleet, management.
Va.MDBS the sea state was so high that
Sakmar had and Mobley Hammond, AEMAN, NAVY CONDUCTED Class-
difficulty keepingthe
Payments Due Edward Doiron AEMAN John
target in sight. Weather room Instruction is classes for
Mutual Death Benefit Society restricted visibility conditions to- I Parsley, AA, and Henry Salins, 10 or more persons, organizedas
members are reminded that assessment AEMAN all fromAE "A" School
about two miles. needed in ships and on sta-
Nos., 132 and 133 are NATTC Jax.MAURICE.
At 1730, 19 minutes after Sak- tions, using USAFI texts and
due and payable by close of CHAPLAIN-Lt. Johnnie Lee mar's first radar contact, the BAUGH Jr. TD2, study guides. Instructors are

business February 17. Perry, new NATTCenter Pro target was visually sighted and checked in Jan. 20, from NATTC sometimes Navy personnel, or

Members are encouraged to testant Chaplain. positively Identified as the miss- MQS, along with Donald Allred, civilians paid under the instruc-'
pay assessment by check or ing craft. RD3, from USS Bordelon (DDR- tor-hire plan.

money order. Positively no assessment What There Saying After circling the missing ves- 881)), and Joseph Renfroe, HM3, At NAS Jax, first such class

can be accepted after "Our move all units sel for 35 minutes, and after 9th Mt. Bn, 3rd Marine Div was organized by F. J. Maggi,

closing date. faster towards combat readiness receiving an OK, OK OK by Jan. 22 saw arrival of William ADC, of NARTU. Classes conveneat

until all our components have blinker from the ship, the VP-18 Edmondson, CS2, from USS Hanna NATTCenter.For .

Da//ynishuns: Fishing banks- become One Modern Army Com- plane and.crew headed for home. (DE-449); and Roman Cast- further information concerning -

Places where fishermen deposit bat Ready." Gen. Bruce) C. aneda, SD2, from VP-48. Dannie i any of these educational

their savings (What else couldit Clarke, Commander, Continental Daffynlshuns: WiUianwourg Anderson, E02, checked in Jan. opportunities, persons should

be?) Army Command. Boston. 25. [ contact the Station I&E office.



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I'I Navy Us-iog-Gauge With Atomic: Parts To Measure Fuel; : I.:ti\g'lirifjjii---;


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Washington (AFPS) Sourcesof ; J: j: .r
! atomic energy are now used to twin-engine jet bomber and has| based fuels which affect the accuracy ing in intensity as they do so. ;WT8' U7if ;: .

performed successfully in all attitudes of conventional measuring Thus the amount of fuel is determined I. ,. ". .. _" n ,
measure the amount of fuel in
and altitudes 38- devices. by the intensity of the
aircraft and missiles, the Navy up to Born January 8 at the Naval

has announced. 000 feet. Atomic materials used in the gamma rays, reaching the detec- Hospital were: Wanda Kay, to

I The atomic elements are used Capable of measuring all typesof gauge are those which are sources tors, the spokesman explained. A Charles Williamson, A01, and

in a new lightweight transistorized solid and liquid propellants, of gamma radiation, such as ratenmeter converts pulses pick- Mrs. Williamson; Jody Wayne, to

gauge offering greater accur- the new gauge is not affected by Cobalt60.The .' ed up by the detectors into DC George Bass, AD2, and Mrs. Bass;
and reliability than conven- Robert George, to Lt (jg) and
acy tional gauges, a Navy spokesman impurities in the fuel and auto- gama rays given off by voltage and the quantity of fuelis Mrs. William Camp, and Cindy

said. matically acounts for differencesin the radioactive materials pass recorded in pounds by an indi- Annette, to George Connell, E01,

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The gauge was installed in a hydrocarbon, or petroleum- through the fuel supply, decreas- cator. and Mrs. Connell.
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." ':...' ')J .i., .,.,. Mrs. Evett; Steven Kenneth to
For Health 't> : ;.
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1 \. 'J'I.a.:f: .J .!,'ffl:<.>>;";"-' ,r. : ':<' Ralph Burdick A03, and Mrs.
; Old '
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Crusade DriveThe .w.". .,.!.! ; '. "\! f Washington (AFPS) The Donald Bassier and Mrs. Bassier.

; "il'lt) -:. } ,"" ",, nation's highest military school, Twin girls highlighted births of
1959 Federal service fund : :i ''' .-, the National War College here, January 10. Kathy Carolyn and

raising campaign in support of : i fi} v :< : marked its 13th birthday with a Karen Susan were born to Rob-
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National Health Agencies and : ,rt: record of having graduated 1,571 ert Drake, ETC, and Mrs. Drake.

Joint Crusade wil get underway :: officers for high level policy and Other newcomers arriving that

February 15 for Navy activitiesin lli national strategy. planning posi. day included Kenneth Dean, to

the Jacksonville area. ;J. ,.'. .; tions. Kenneth Hart, FA, and Mrs.
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Units at NAS Jax will launch :. .' "c.,. :,.'.", ," The college was established un- Hart; Danny Joe, to Charles Pax-

their campaign with a big kick-' .., ; : "",',.'.;'.:. .co.:',:.".:'::.',.:'': ,,,, der control of Joint Chiefs of ton, SA, and Mrs. Paxton; Tim-
off rally at King Hall at 1000 on YoSET .' Staff at Ft. Lesley J. McNair in othy Joseph, to Joseph Markowski -

Feb. 15. Similar kickoff rallies j ?;; 't. July 1946. Its mission was to ATRAN, and Mrs. Markow-
other 4", ,,, I and David Robert to Rob-
have been scheduled for ., ''" ';., ( I enhance understanding among ski, ,
installations in the area. "<;:., '" the services and between the ert Sandlin, AK2, and Mrs. Sand-

The annual campaign, which 'i' services and policy making bodies lin.

concludes on March 18, is seek- in other governmental branch Karen Lee was born to Thomas -
ing 10 percent participation from GOOD EXAMPLE-Setting the example for other Station I Reeder,AEM3, and Mrs. Reeder,
drivers are these recipient of safe driving awards for one es.Each
all units. to three years driving without an accident. W. H. Craft and C. E. year the college admits for the lone arrival of January 11.

Five agencies are included in Davis' (front row, left) received longevity pins for 20 yean service I 132 students-34 from each of Six tiny tots entered the world

this year's Health drive, includ- along with the safe drivers last Friday. Lcdr. Theodore Payne, the services, 18 from the State January 12. They were: Patti Jo,

ing American Cancer Society, NAn security: Officer, presents awards to (from left, front row) Department, 4 from the Officeof to Joseph Waters, ETl, and Mrs.
Craft, Davis, Joseph Karpovltch and Robert McCauley; (rear)
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Muscular Dystrophy Association, Secretary of Defense, 3 each Waters; Mark Adam, to Donald
Walter Scott. Clyde Hersog, Ernest Williams, Johnny Andersonand
National Sclerosis Soc- Gayer, AM2, and Mrs. Gayer
Multiple ErwIn Moultrie. Not pictured wax Freeman Ratllff. from Central Intelligence Agency ;
iety, National Society for Crip- and U.S. Information Office, ana Baby girl, to James Terrell, ADC,

pled Children and Adults, and New Exam To Cancel Present 1 each from the National Security and Mrs. Terrell; Donald Lynn,
National Society for the Preven- Agency and Department of to Charles Montgomery, AN, and

tion of Blindness. The three Commerce. Mrs. Montgomery; Angela Joy, to

agencies of the Joint Crusade are ,Stenographer Typist Register Throughout the 10-month aca- A 1/C and Mrs. Donald Snod-

CARE, Crusade for Freedom, and demic these selected classe grass, and Michael Wayne, to
'L The Board of U.S. Civil Service Examiners has, as part of the year
the American-Korean Founda- I Bertis Whitmore, SA, and Mrs.
r nationwideexamining: program of the.Civil Service Commission, an- hear eminent university speaker
tion.Plans nounced a new exam for appointments to Stenographer and Typist and are kept abreast of current Whitmore.
, for the local drive have trends by government officials on Cathy Gail, to James Simerly,
positions in the Federal Service.
already started with the Navy- establishedfrom Full information on this new an "off the record" basis. PR3, and Mrs. Simerly; Daniel
The be
register to
Duval Steering Committe, whichis this new examination will I examination, and applicationforms -- ---- Edward, to James Carter, ADI,
comprised of representativesof and Mrs. Carter; and a Baby boy,
cancel present registers for these may be obtained from Em- Norfolk Fire Fighters
all naval activities in the area, to Melvin Everhart, AE2, and
guiding the effort. Capt. NelsonM. positions., ployment Office in Building 907, Named Navy's FinestBest Mrs. Everhart were births of Jan
It will therefore, be neces-
Head, Chief of Staff Com- for whose name or from Civil Service Examiner- fire department in the uary 13.Rounding.

mander Naval Air Bases, Sixth sary on everyone the present registerfor in-Charge, Post Office Buildingin Navy is at Norfolk Naval Station, out the week were
appears
Naval District and Charles Field, Stenographer and Typist to Jacksonville. according to ratings of the National two arrivals January 14. Roberta

O&R Production Control Specialist file applications and be reex- I Fire Protection Association.In Ann, to Roberto Laurel, GM2,
are co-chairmen of the com- a story released 'this week and Mrs. Laurel, and
amined if still interested in ap- TIDE TABLETides a Baby
mittee. pointment.One by Navy Times, Norfolk is reported girl, to James Voss, AC1, and
Some 24 Naval activities in the provision of the new examination at Atlantic Beach: winner of the large installations Mrs. Voss.Cubs .

Jax area will ,participate. is that applicants with- HIGH LOW category, while Indian

out experience but who make A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. Head Naval Propellant Plant, Get Charter

sufficiently high grade in writ- Fri. 2:11: 2:30 8:32: 8:44: Md., and Hawthorne Naval Am- ,

CompleteDopeOnUSFighting ten tests, will be considered eligi- Sat. 3:10: 3:27: 9:31: 9:38: munition Depot, Nev., lead mid- Award Banner At
Sun.4:04: 4:23: 10:29: .10:29:
ble for appointment to GS-4 level. dle and small categories.


: ----L jT January Meeting
PrintedFirst ; ; NAS Jax' Cub Pack 131, at its

Ships uir monthly meeting last Friday

multi-volume night at Scout Hall, presented the
book of a
Naval '.y) attendance banner to Den 1,
of American
"Dictionary
John Smith, Muskogee District
Fiehting Ships" has been pub-
V Representative, presented the
lished by Office of Chief of Naval
charter to the Institution Repre-
.
Operations.The t0N sentative, Comdr. B. L. McCreery,
series will cover the 10,000- ,< '
who forwarded it to the pack
servedthe
ships that have
Navy
plus through Lt. Col. William Mitchell -

'. The United listing States.for each ship in the I JJ s Chairman., acting as pack Comittee

arranged dictionary -
alphabetically char- Smith, in a short talk about
includes, where known,
scouting units aboard Station
,
acteristics of the ship, plus his-
pointed out that NAS Jax has
torical data covering the ship'scareer.
the; largest Explorer Post in the

Volume. One, covering ships e /2 i Muskogee District.
The "welcome mat" was extended -
let-
beginning with _
having names
to Mike Roberts, Kent
and B also includes appendices -
ters A ,
all battleships, cruisers r McKee, Rickey Dolan and Charles -
on Hudgins, all of whom were
tenders
submarines (including -
registered in the
pack.
and rescue vessels), torpedo
Warren Hampton, representIng -
boats, destroyers and escort ves-
the scoutmaster, welcomed a

sels.The ".. .____ __ __.__ n____________ number of cubbers who were
book is for sale by the HAPPY GROUP OF "BOOTS" was "that time" again at the Chief Petty Officer's Club graduated into I scouting. Steve

Superintendent of Documents, when a dozen new chiefs were inducted into the ranks of E-7 during a recent initiation ceremony.The Kast, Robert Brockman, Charles
"dunce 'cap dozen" pictured hall from Main side, NATTCenter and from NAS based-squad
Office Charles
Government P r i n tin g Myers, Mitchell and
rons. The men made their chief's ratings as result of August examinations. A sizable throng of
Washington 25, D.C. It sells for first class petty officers underwent exams for chief Tuesday and hope that they'll be part of the Freddie Wolf are soon to become

three dollars. above scene a few months hence. members of Scout Troop 131.



Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS 4 February 1960.-


With TheFoosfmosfers : F. Ten New siulIn
H
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.c. : : : :: .. ,: : : 1960 Navy



Building PlansTen
Ed Wright was toastmaster at
last week's meeting of MarNav new ships and the conver-

2280. Whitey Moris, topicmaster, sion of two others have been included -

chose as theme for the. evening, in the Navy's 1960 ship-

"An Argument.. building program.

Bill Collins started speaking portion -, Two of the new vessels will be

of the program with his built in Navy shipyards. Theyare

speech about fishing. Harold Hig- to be one amphibious trans-

gins gave his version of goodwillto port, dock, a new type of am-

all men, while Bob Tillman \ r phibious ship, and one amphibious -
.
spoke about friends.A assault ship.

guest speaker from the The following new constructionwill

Green Cove Spring club, Marty be awarded to qualified

Lukhart, also spoke. Higgins won private yards on a competitivebasis

"speaker of the evening" honor. : three guided missile des-

The club voted Emanuel Mor- troyers; two nuclear-powered attack -

row as a new member while a ,' ___ "_"",,,,,,,,,,,_ _w""mv 'w' ,m w'''_'- _'_. .'--- _...... .. submarines; one escort ves-
large number of guests watched. REGISTER ENVIABLE RECORD-An outstanding accident safety record of only one lost- sel (DE); one oceanographic research -

Guests of the evening were Ben time accident was turned in by O&R Jax workers in 195&Out of 120 shops eligible, all but one ship, and one submarine
Walker, Bart Quinn, Don Grif- received an award. Capt. Thomas B. Haley O&R Officer, (front row, center) presents award to chaser (hydrofoil).
fin, Bob Qualls and Ben Halter. William Purcell, Repair and Ground Check Superintendent while Charles Hart Assembly Divi. Still more of the Navy's 1960
M sion Superintendent, (second from right, front row) and Capt. R. E. Clements, Assistant O&R
Club Officer, look on. Rear, Nick Pulignano, Jerry orwoll, Jack Bedenbaugh, Harry Jarrard, George shipbuilding program is being
NavJax 546 Toastmasters Arnold, Roscoe Jobe, Comdr. A. R. Wooldridge, ,Production Manager Lcdr. R.'B. Ambrose, Shops reevaluated.It .
met last Thursday and awardedthe Group Officer, George Sirmans, Charles Fields, and Clayton Owens, O&R Safety Program Spec. reportly calls for: three
gold trophy for speaker-of- ialist.
guided missile frigates; two nu-
the-week to Bill Highsmilh for
clear-powered attack submarines,

his HIghsmith discourse won on over"Money.stiff"'com- Annual 'Yank' Stresses NAVY, AIDING'Y' one DE, one escort research ship,
large harbor
one tug, one subma-
from Gunnar Hanson,
petition ROUNDUPAnother rine repair berthing and messing
delivering his ice-breaker, Dr. To Theme
People People
barge and two
large
personnel
Jack Riley and Dr. :Paul Mori, chain in the already

guest speaker from the Baptist New York (AFPS) "Yank: ," the weekly magazine that strong Navy-community linkis landing craft.

Memorial Hospital. became indispensable reading for millions of WWII troops, is being forged as representatives -

Frank Mudgett, toastmaster for back again. But once you've read it from cover to cover, don't of the Navy join todayin

the evening, presided over a full, look forward to another issue next week-you'll have to waita the annual membershipdrive SpringBowling
program which included a table I for it. of the Jacksonville
chain of the "Tallest year promote a better understandingof YMCA. NearTiring'
topics story The special 1960 issue'-one is Leagues -
I America.The The is scheduledto
campaign
Yarn I've Heard. prepared yearly by Armed For-
Participating guests were Char-! ces Press Service to retain the Armed Services Commiteeof open with a dinner meetingat

lie Bostwick, Lew Morrison and. copyright-is devoted to Presi- the Program is headed by 1800 tonight, according to StageVirtually

Red Blumberg. dent Eisenhower's People-to- Asst. Secretary of Defense Char- Capt. Fred Priestman, USN- all preliminaries have
les C. Finucane.IN Ret., overall campaign direc-
been ironed
People Program as it affects out and about all
I A FINAL message to readers that remains to' crank off Main-
servicemen arid dependents over- tor.Set
Air Training seas. of the 1960 "Yank," Mr. Fin- up in the form of a side Spring-Summer bowling
ucane writes: "We benefit directly Western roundup, campaign
"SEEING THE world is great," competition is to make out sche-
to the degree that we increase workers will be divided into
"Yank" "but knowing the dules and get bowlers to the
Flag Officer says 'Our understanding of the eight "ranches" with the Navy"ranch"
starting line.
people is better. It proceeds to
demonstrate how service people peoples of other countries. I headed by Capt. W. Thirty eight teams have signi-

Changes Set ; stationed around the world are Unlike its wartime original, K. Rhodes, USNRet.The fied intentions of entering bowl-
sold in and base membership drive is
which was post ing play this season. One more
Washington (AFPS-The) Navy furthering the good neighbor slated to close 18.
individual initiativeand exchanges at a nickel a copy, the February is needed to fill out a trio of 13-
recently named new chiefs for policy by
1960 "Yank" will be distributedfree team leagues.
consideration as well as organized -
Air
two major units of the Naval
Training Command.Rear programs designed to through each of the services. i Public WorksEmployees AMONG.several. big changes to
be incorporated in bowling rules
Adm. Clifford M. Duer- this season is one that calls for

feldt, now Deputy Commander in r Get each of the three leagues to roll
Chief, Naval Forces, Eastern At-
one night a week on either Mon-
lantic and Mediterranean,will return -
day Wednesday or Thursday at
20-Year PinsFour
from London to become the Mainside alleys.

Chief, Naval Air Basic Training, action should .' if'J
League start as
this month. employees of ,NAS Jax .
;
Public Works Department were soon as the 39th entry is received -
lie will fill the billet left vacant of and when schedules are drawnup
presented 20-year length service -
by Rear Adm. Joseph M. according to Frank McCaff-
last J.
pins Friday by Capt.
Carson, now Commander Naval
rey, athletic director.
Henry Etter, Public Works Of-
Forces, Philippine Admiral ficer Another important rules revision -
Duerfeldt will be relieved by ,
raises
the
minimum
Crews, of Utilities Division, aver-
Rear Adm. R. D, Hogle.In .
bowler have in
spent eight years and two monthsin age a can league
another change of duty,Rear the Navy and 14 years and play from 125 to 140.

Adm. Louis J. Kirn, Commander ,three months as a civilian em- THE RULE of having individ-
Carrier Division Nineteen, will ployee. His first work at NAS uals roll three games to deter-
become Chief, Naval Air Ad- mine their starting is
Jax as a civilian was March 17, average
vanced Training, in March. rg 1941. changed. They must now roll

He will relieve Rear Adm. Two men from Transportation nine games, although thev need-

Joseph C. Clifton, who will be- Division, Willie Dauphin and C. C. n't be bowling concurrently.

come Commander Carrier Divi- -H Harlan, were also awarded 20- Perhaps most drastic of all

sion Seven next month. year pins.Dauphin. changes this year is a penalty

Admiral Clifton will relieve an Army veteran, has imposed on forfeiting teams in

Rear Adm.. William E. Getner, 80 YEARS SERVICE Government employment totaling been employed by the local Pub- scheduled matches.
has not nearly one century was represented recently in the officeof lic Works WHEN
whose new assignment Department since Jan- A team fails to show,
Capt. J. Henry Etter, NAS Jax Public Works Officer, whenhe
been announced. awarded 20-year longevity pins to four employees. Left uary, 1941. Harlan was in ,the the recreation fund of the unit

to right are, Edward Crews, Utilities Divisions Willie Dauphinand Army from 1939 to 1945, and the team represents will be assessed -

USAFI Adds New CourseThe C. C. Harlan Tranpiorlation, Charles Ricketts, Construction ilso served in the Navy from 20 dollars for a first of-
and Capt. Etter. 1951 to 1952. He has worked in
United States Armed fense and 10 dollars each conseu-
the department since August 13,
Forces Institute has added a new I Servicewide EventsThe 1945. tive time until the team has forfeited -
course entitled "Elements of AF Deemphasizes
Geography" to its curriculum.The An employee of Resident Officerin one-quarter of its scheduled -
Air Force has canceled its '
17-lesson college level number servicewide competitions Charge of Construction, Char- matches, dropping them auto-
after
1960 Talent Contest con-
course presents an introductorysurvey ducting of major com- that service has stopped. les Ricketts, has to his credit two maticaly from further competi-
and cul- surveys Judo swimming and diving'I tion.
of the physical ,
mand requirements concerning years of service in the Army and
tural features of the earth and baseball and the yearly talent
Postponements
however
servicewide events.It 18 civilian can be
I years as a employee.
their effect upon man's life and hunt contest in the special events
said, however, that com- made as in past years.
work. group were dropped previously.Still .
mands could have their own Tourist: "I don't like oil the All postponement
retained, however, are requests
Don't worry if your childrenpay contests if and form desired.entertainmentunits basketball, boxing, bowling, vol- flies around here." should reach the office of Mc-

no attention when you call The Air'they Force also announced leyball track and field, tennis, Native: "Confidentially, there Caffrey before 1300 of the day

them. They'll probably grow up cancellation of its annual Singing Softball, photography competition are a few of them I' don't like the match is slated. Phone num-

to be waiter I Contest, bringing to six the I! and the model airplane contest. either." ber is extension 585.





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4 February 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5




Face Crackerjax Tomboys To JAVAiRi( fliers Aiming for New




Here Saturday 'Hardwood Win Streak


One of the cuontry's most out- This can be the night of atonement for the Jax Navy
standing women's basketball
Fliers,who battle the Ft. Gordon Signalaires In a 2015 engage-
teams, the Atlanta Tomboys 3
,
are ment at Mainside gym. A sister club of the "Sigs," the Ft.
scheduled to face the Jax NavyCrackerjax' '
( in an exhibition game : 1'z. { Gordon Saints, wrecked Jax NavY's- recent winning- streakat
tttp 13 last week.
Saturday at 1200 at Mainside Besides games who each tallied 13 markers.
tonight's contest, the
gym.A locals have a Saturday night Fairchild Aircraft of St. Aug-
stellar basketball show is
assured -
home battle with Charleston ustine, fondling hopes of a basket-
for local fans with a Sun-
MnLant. In between nights, the ball victory, took the Mainside
day doubleheader as a followupto Fliers have a Friday tilt' bookedat court against Jax Navy last

Saturday's game. The Crack- Glynco CIC School, Bruns- Thursday but went away merely
erjax take the home,floor Sundayat wick, Ga.JAX No.: 12 on the Fliers victory "to
1300 against Gulf Life then "
the Tomboys and Gator Girls f NAVY rode into the Ft. tem pole.
Dorman's 21 points paced Jax
Battle at 1430 Gordon confines last Saturday

The Crackerjax tuned up for riding a cock-sure 13 game win Navy scorers while Sheppard

the rough weekend games witha skein. The PMGC Saints voiced chipped In with 20 points.

stirring 84-14: win over out- pre-game sentiments about stop-

gunned Terminal Bag in City ping the streak and that they Hornet Five

League action Monday night at did.Playing
Jackson gym.iCarolyn possession ball from the
; Forstell broke the lea- start, the soldier five, with Jerry Slows DownIn

gue's scoring mark, canning 59 Winower tossing in 24 points, defeated -

points for Jax Navy. Jax Navy, 89-74. Loop Race

Earlier in league action, the Jax Navy earned its 13th a row

Crackerjax pinned a 58-53 defeat -......-....-------.-- -....-.........-..-.......--....---.--..- and 17th win of the year the League leading VW-4 remained -
from action last weekin
on Prudential, with Forstell BLUE AND GOLD MITTMEN-The seven boxers above previous evening at Charleston away
registering 31 points. will form backbone of the Jax Nary1 team entered in I the Jacksonville Naval Base against MinLant. The Mainside Basketball League
Oportunity Branch YMCA Golden Gloves Tourney Feb. 8.10 at the Main and Savagemen downed the South competition, maintaining its 7-0
downed the Crackerjax in another Beaver Si*. Arena. Front row, (left to right) Henry Strother, record while runner-up VA44was
Carolinians .
Myron Pat Brady, Henry Montgomery and "Butch" Smith. Rear 7764.A suffering its initial setback.
tilt, 38-34. Forstell's 17 pointswas "Dusty" Sirois, coach, Arnold Tillman, Joe Geter, Ken Kitchen 29-POINT outburst by Al
high for the losing club. and Robert Howland, trainer. In a late development, Kitchenwas Unsung Administration, miredin
Sheppard led Flier while
Following Sunday's game here reported out of the tourny due to an Injury. scorers the usual tail-end of competition -
with Gulf Life, the Crackerjax Bob Stanhouse, with 16 points, smothered the puzzled Hor-
stood out for the losers.
swing back into City League activity Small net crew, 62-58, with the win-
against the Gator Girls Rugged SquadTo Other Jax shooters in double ners' Don Orr netting 19 points.

Monday night. figures were Jack Dorman, coach Hospital pulled into a second-

See Gloves ActionTop Dick Savage and Warren Rouse, place tie with VA-44 by defeat-

MA INSIDE/ ing VAP-62, 61-51. The Hornets

amateur mittsmiths from four southern states are Volleyball Team and Medics hold 6-1 marks. Bill

CAGE SLATE expected to be on hand when the three-night Golden Gloves Seccuro tallied 22 points for

Thursday, Fb. 4 Boxing Tourney gets underway Monday at 2000 at the Main Resumes ActionJax Hospital.The .
1600 679th ACWRON vs VAP-62 and.Beaver Sts. Arena. Navy's volleyball squad 679th Air Force won two
1800 VA-44 vs Hospital along with Myron Pat Brady, returned to action recently ina outings, thumping Operations,
Monday, Ff,b. 8 The tourney an annual high- 125-pounder of Special Services. 87-39, as Ted Sanski rimmed 27
I nine-team
1800 A/C Mtlnt. vs 679th ACWRON the Jacksonville boxing tourney at Ft.
spot on ARNOLD Tillman of the Post then
for the winning quint, drop-
2000 Marine Comm. Worth, Tex. The Fliers finished -
vi calendar, will sport a new divi-
Office, rugged 170-pounder and
ping VP-5, 68-51, helped by
Tu Uy, fob. 9 third in the rugged test.
sion this In addition to
year. Butch Smith, 135-pound fighter
1800 Admin. VI FAETU Charlie Bell's 30 markers.
Open and Novice competition, The squad! is planning to
2000 Operations vs Hospital from NATTCenter, are two pro-
FAETU about out of the loop
Wednesday, F.b. 10 boxers with absolutely no experience mising Flier battlers. enter the State AAU Champ- ,
1600 Comm. vs Operations ,in the ring will be entered I ionship tourney at Miami Feb- chase, turned in a pair of wins
in a new Sub-Novice divi- Joe Geter, a newcomer to Flier ruary 20, then return to Texas last week. The club downed Air-

silks but a veteran of 35 fights, for the Houston Invitational craft Maintenance, 48-49, then
Ensigns Sporting sion.A will be entered in the 147-pound March 19. edged Infirmary, 70-61.
SMALL but strong squad Open class.
Ben named VF-5 became the last league
Hall, AllStatein
Clean Cage Slate has Navy.entered Entries competition are also from expected Jax Championships will be decidedin Florida three times, was i team ,to win its first game, slip-

Aviation Officers School leads from Ft. Ben- the following eight weight voted a berth on the All-Texas ping past the Marine Devil Dogs,
Camp Lejeune,
the pack with an 8-0 mark after ning, Ft. Bragg, Jacksonville classes in all three divisions of team off his showing in the Ft. 56-54. Aircraft i Maintenance
the tourney: 112-118-126-135- rounded out the week's play by
, two weeks of play in the NATT Beach, Jacksonville and other Worth tournament.
147-160-175 and heavyweight. Communications 49-
decisioning ,
[Center Basketball League. service posts.
in 48, despite a late rally by the
their schedule
Playing out
Jax Navy will be strong in the losers.
[order to get under the wire be- middle weight classes, a little

fore graduation next week, the short in the lighter brackets and
(Ensigns engaged in four tilts last woefully weak in the heavier Essex Brings Good
[week.

AOS defeated AE "Gold", 54- class. Cage Record Here
135-pounders Henry Strothers
Ul, downed MAD No.2, 63-44,
of Special Services and Henry College sports may be nearly
tripped AE "Gold" again, 67- Montgomery of Operations form two years in the past for a
' 36, then shunted AO School to ,, ty ::
nucleus of the Jax Navy stable, former Georgia Tech grid ace,
the sidelines, 4539.In but he's still producing winners.Lt .
other action, MAD No. 1 defeated
(jg) Leon Askew, ex-Tech
MAD No. 2, 61-41; AE SHORT
guard, is now playing with and
"Gold" lost its 'third of the week, coaching cagers of the attack

a 35-26 decision to AO; MAD No. <: carrier Essex in the Mediter-

j 2 setback AE "Blue" twice, 53- CHIPS ,i,<:. /. ranean.

[ 26, and 6031.Yellow .
Comdr. B. L. McCreery is the >, The team has compiled a 25-1
newly appointed chairman of the slated and is looking forward to
[ Belles Refuse To NAS Jax Golf Committee. He I participating in the ComFair Jax

[Budge From Loop Roost takes on the new' job from Tourney Feb. 8-12.

I In Enlisted Men's Wives bowling Comdr. Edwin W. Scantleburywho The nine-man squad flew from

[ play, the Yellow Belles still turned in a fine job overa Essex to Port Lyautey then trav-

pace the loop with a 31-17 record long period of time. eled by air to Jacksonville in

but the other teams changed All golf committee membersare L time for the pre-championship

laces in last week's action. strongly urged to be presentfor tournament.
time in 15 weeks, r Members of the team are:
iFor the first the next meeting. At the last

he second place Tan Tigers were gathering, only six members at- Askew, Lt(jg) Elmer Henkel,

nocked out of that position, 3-0, tended. and William Dawson, formwards;

by third place Green Hornets, Marvin Haggins, and Bill Dantz-
The commanding officer recently -
utting the Hornets in second L ler, centers, and Ensign Donald
issued a "Tips to Golfers"pamphlet
i
lace by one-half game. Furtado, Herbert Jackson, Charles

I Jean Carter was bowler of the intended to improvecare the ....-...-.. ,-_..,, ;. Felton and Donald Bailey,guards.
and
of the course STRAIGHT-Jax Filers burned
TWELTH
Nary't the cords
eek with 202 high game and courtesy of all players.The for 103.73 Fairchild Aircraft Mainside
a victory over at gym last Girl: "Was the shirt I gave
B2 series. The best splits con- available at week for the locals' 12th straight win. Battling for a loot ball
pamphlets are for birthday big
[erted were by Rita Crabbe and desk in the golf shack. All are Fairchild's Wayne Cook ((5) and Joe Daniels ((12)) while you your
the Sax Nayy't Al Sheppard ((12)) and Warren Rouse ((24)) wait 'in enough?
axine Kellog by picking up the golfers are requested to read i the wings." The Fliers face Fi. Gordon tonight at the home court Boy: "1 can't answer I'm
-10 pins. and comply with these tips. i then battle Charleston MinLant here Saturday. all choked up."



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More(Continued$from$ Page$ 1)) This Boob's What} We Call A Smoking Golfers Ready


Total 1961 appropriations for Wire's Filtered Thinking Man For Station

shipbuilding and conversion is
Links Title BidThe
expected to be $2,032 million Appropriations
Curtain: Man stands in tion. "I don't figger it is." teur electricians to consider
for fiscal 1960 total annual Station Golf Cham-
home basement, cigarette and Mortice?" "Well "
ed $1,330,700. "Well here's a man who Rigger pionship an event which always
hanging from mouth, tatto on thinks for himself. What's the says our hero! "I think all attracts large and talented
THERE WILL BE fewer Na- back of one brawny hand. amateur electricians should a
smoke? "Uh let's
see, says field, is set to begin February 12
yal aircraft in the new fiscal lIe's the rugged type. Looks the amateur electrician, fumbling think for themselves." CUR- at the NAS Jax links
year. Budget plans call for buying like he'd be stopping a stam- in his shirt pocket. TAINI!
No qualifying rounds will be
658 new aircraft in 1961, pede at edge of a mesa, or Most men who think for
'No I that'wire
mean smoking held. Persons who enter the meet
compared with 668 in fiscal 1960. bringing an airliner through a themselves prefer Rigger and
there and'sort of siz- will be placed in flights accord-
The 1961 missile program calls' hurricane. zling." Mortice. They have the think- ing to established handicap.

for continued delivery of an improved Instead, he's fooling around "Oh, that,' Hunder n ten ing man's type of service'\ .- Three-fourths of the diference in

model of the Sidewinder with some wiring enter volt, I guess. I don't know fliptop box handicap will be used for all

air-to-air missile, and Sparrow I reporter. "Hello there, are you much ,about electricity. Just So remember, call Rigger flights except the championship.THE .
missiles and air-to-surface Bull- an electrician?" "Naw," and Mortice. But better yet,
says tinkering my lights keep ENTRY list w ill close
pup missiles to fleet squadrons our do-it-yourselfer, "I work blinkin' on and off." call in an. expert for your February 11. Anyone interestedin

and training commands. Tartar, down at the personnel office." electrical troubles, ypur TV entering the tourney can do

Talos and Terrier missiles Will "Hmmm who's your under- troubles, for anything that at the golf shack. Entrance fee
so
be installed in guided missile 'Hmmmmm "chimes the taker?" "Oh, Rigger and Mor- could throw volts or jolts and is $1.50.

surface ships.Antisubmarine. reporter, "wires and wires tice, I guess. Nice firm. end your troubles. (Championship flight winner
That's an unusual combina- "Would 'ypu advise ,all ama- (Dahlgren Va. Prover)
warfare forces will become the new Station

------------- ---------- winner
will be significantly improved in champion. The big plus

the new year. New weapons include w winners and runners-up in all

the Asroc rocket-type tor- other flights, will receive prizes.

pedo and depth bomb; several All matches will be conductedover

new types of sonar equipment; H 4k i'yL: the 18-hole route with exception -

and Dash, a drone ASW helicopter of the championshipflight

In addition, a new all-wea- Sunday, February 7 finals, ticketed for 36 holes.

ther search helicopter, the HSS2 ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL LOW 32 players, according to

and a new improved carrier- 0830-Service of Worship. already established handicaps,

based ASW aircraft the S2F-3, 0930-Sunday School, three- will start off the ,tourney vieing

will be introduced into the fleet year-olds through adults, Build- < s for spots in the top flight. Win-

during 1961.WHILE ing 722; Adult Bible Class, Chap ,. ners'of first round matches will
# be placed in that bracket while
lain Wolfe in Small
THE active aircraft Chapel.
in- 0930-Service of ',S _*,_ the losers are shunted into the
ventory of the Navy will decline, Worship. first numerical
flight.
new and 1100-Service of Worship. ? 4
improved aircraft
suchas
Feb. 16-20 is date for the
the supersonic F4H fighter 1830-Teen-Age, 'Senior High Y.f. ____ first match- with the second list-
and the Mach 2 Fellowships and United Fellow
all-weather A3J
ed for Feb 21-27, the third match
attack ship of Protestants, Building 722
plane will
be introducedinto I !
Feb. 28-Mar, 5 and the fourth,
the forces, raplacing older and Small. Chapel. Mar. 612.
*
models. ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL 41 o :. ':' All final matches will be play-

Navy obligations for care of ed Sunday, March 13, with assigned -
0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass. _
--- -- ----
dependents in civilian hospitals starting times to facilitate
*
? JOYOUS RETIREMENT-An employee of NAS Jax Public
will drop from presentation of awards while all
an estimated $24-
ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL Works Department receives a gift at farewell celebrations given
\ 354 thousand in 1960 to $22,756 Naval Hospital by fellow workers upon her retirement Friday. Presenting Mrs. contestants are present.

thousand in 1961. During 1959 Frances Stephens (center) with luggage case is Capt. J. Henry
I the Navy's share of dependents 0630-Mass. Etter NAS Jax Public Works Officer and Resident Officer in Christian

medical care in civilian hospitals 0930-Protestant Worship Ser- Charge of Construction. Left to right are Bernadeiie McCowen. Science
totaled 25950. i-* Capt. Etter, Mrs. Stephens, Marion Knight, and Marie Robinson.Mrs. .
vice. Stephens was an employee at ROICC for six years. Lecture Planned.


I [ Think Safety In '60Early ''I Nominating Period Set Ore.Paul A,Christian Seeley is scheduled, C.S.B.Science for of lecture Portland Monday by,,


Feb. 8 at 2015 in the Prudential

in 1960 each militaryman lessness of the individual to the Auditorium.
For Civilian ElectionsNominating
and civilian employee Navy. Invitations are available at the

should and glance back- office of the NAS Jax Senior
pause The Safety Office solicits full period for filling positions on the Station's
ward into 1959 and review his Chaplain. The lecture is to
cooperation of each supervisorand open
many civilian boards and councils has been set for Feb.
safety conduct.He worker at NAS Jax to.make the public.
8-17 Nominations will close at the final date IRD .
noon on ,
should take For commands
inventory of this the first accident-free year personnel of all

fingers, toes, eyes and other in history of the Station. reports. William Harden' J. M. Cibulski, based here who are members of

functional members of the body.If This can be done only through Forms for employees; to nomin- John Stolarski, George Stofko, the Christian Science Church,

they're intact and operative, individual efforts of each ate people for the positions will Berne Coffman and H. F Inabi- Oliver Ramspott, the Church's
he should probe his mind to determine personon be available from election offic- nette. Jacksonville representative, is on
each this
of
whether personal safety day year. ials in the various departmentsof Comptroller: Arthur Allen, and board each Tuesday.

practices are responsible for con- the Station. Election officials Margaret Reynolds, Orphia Kle- Mr. Ramspptt; may be contacted -

tinued '"well being" or whetherthis x. have already been announced., in, John LeMore and Margaret for interview and counselingat

good fortune has been PERSONS WILL be chosen to Girardeau. the Protestant Chaplain's Of-

through the "Grace of God" serve on the various Employees' Miscellaneous: Raymond Dat- fice, Building 750.

IF LOSS of members is evid- Councils, Food Services Board, res to be assisted by representatives -

ent, 'the individual should already Recreation and Welfare Associa- from the departmentsof SupervisorsContinued

have taken the safety tion and Employees' Mutual the Miscellaneous group.
( from Page 1.)
pledge. Death Benefit Society. MEMBERSHIP on Employees'Councils
switch when not in turningoff
Personal injury accident records Actual election is scheduled for is reserved for non- use,
steam radiators when not -
required
should be reviewed whether March 10 but employees shouldnot supervisory employees who have
minor or major. Both first aid fail to nominate persons of been continuously employed here being more careful in the
of vehicles turning off
n injuries and "near miss" acci- their choosing 'during the periodof for at least one year. use our ,
steam and air when not needed,
dents indicate unsafe performance February 8 to noon February All employees are eligible to '
all toward cutting down
or work practices, and im- .:Y..ayM1 17. vote for their representatives on go
'' >> r''x<>ry' f <"' :?'> and waste. These items in themselvesmay
mediate need for improvement.Each f < : Lt. (jg) I. W. Hastings has been the Food Services Board
is engaged to designated election officer for Civilian Recreation and Welfare seem insignificant, but when
person
perform
added period of
together over a
i a specific mission for the Overhaul and Repair. He'll be Association.
add to importanttotal
Navy. He is expected to do the helped by Carson Wilcox, B. E. Election to Board of Trusteesof one year of up. an I .

job to the very best of his abili- Snipes, L. C. Knapp, J. H. Wood the Mutual Death Benefit CAPT. savings.J. H. Etter Public

ty. This can be done only if he *M' and M H. Lazarus. Society is restricted to Society Works Officer, cited for ,the sup-

remains OTHER departments and the members.
on the job and uninjur- ervisors figures and facts on
I to handle the nomina-
ed.EACH persons MILITARY OBLIGATION waste and abuses of utilities and
PERSON should then tion and election include: Under Federal law, every how they can be curbed and in
look forward in this year and Public Works: Lt. (jg) R. N. and
physically mentally qua- what areas savings could possi-
resolve that he shall endeavor to Brannock, and James Barnhart I lified young man ,between ages bly 'be effected.

make 1960 the safest, and most Sr., Leroy Amy, Frank James, lof IS'/i and 26 has an obligationto The supervisor's group, which

productive, period since estab- William\ Harold, E. A. Robetrs, perform at least six years signified active interest in the
lishment .of this Naval activity. } I L. M. Bennett, Tony Zambito and
I military service, which may be program, is now looking thor-
Three areas of safety shouldbe Earlene Jacobsen.
filled by various combinations of
oughly into the matter and
considered and kept continu- Supply: Mrs. Beaulah Wise, active and reserve duty. hopesto

ally in mind: Job Safety, High- -"- '--.._ .1 Frank Binder, Ruth Wutkowski, Within the Navy, there's a come up with some recom-

way Safety and Home Safety this SAFETY flag flying FLAG,high- Let's through keep I Peggy Bryant, E. T, Keating, I wide field from which a person mendations in this important

Injury in any of these areas I every. day of this year. Remem. George Kenerly 'and Ed Wright. can choose a way of fulfilling fight to "save money and save

will render to a degre the use- ber safety is an all hand's effort. .SECURITY! Harry Horton, and nis military obligation. your job".





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