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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 28, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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T T"SUCCESSFUL Five From Station AssistIn


Polaris Missile Shoot"First


successful launch," ham- Ground Electronic Maintenance,

mered the teletypes as the Po- rounded out the crew.

laris missile shot into the sky For the first launching all hands

last week from a submarine sub- were assembled on the 03 deckon

merged at sea off the Florida starboard side of the Obser-

coast. vation Island. "All of a sudden"

i\\V\ WILL ROSE, and Richard caid Phillips, "you just saw some-

Smith, RMSN's of NAS Jax Com- thing coming up out of the ocean.

munications, sent this historic "This was followed by a loud

: \ 1 k message from the USS Observa- flash and roar Then the missile

+ L I \ Z tion Island (EAG 154). They rose rapidly into the sky spurting -

.. were part of a five-man crew a long column of smoke from
: from NAS Jax that was respons- its engine," continued Phillips.TO .

I : ible for installing and operatingthe ROSE AND Smith it
K teletype equipment for the that there great
{ seemed was a
ii : news media. wall of water scattered in all directions -
ELMER PHILLIPS, civilian I ,, and then the missile just

teletype equipment mechanic, "flew into the air."
William B. Wells Jr., TE/RMC, "A thrilling experience said

leading chief and Richard Gall- Rose, as Smith chimed in "some-
agher, RD1, all of Operations
would
as. w thing that a person see
: .' "t. once in a lifetime."

,\. ,
> ,' ) The George Washington, first
; ;.. of the nation's nuclear powered
>. < '; : ....: missile subs, made the historic

LAUNCH" first launching from 50 feet below -
Were words sent by Will Rose J11X the surface in the Gulf
and Richard Smith, (above, Stream.
right photo), radiomen of NAS THE 14-TON missile was pop-
Jax Communications D e p t.
while observing the recent ped to the surface with compressed -
launch of two- Polaris missiles air. It emerged leaning
from below the water. In photo 15 degrees off vertical. Then the

above, Elmer Phillips, teletype Vol. 18 No. 21 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 28 July 1960 first-stage engine ignited and the
equipment mechanic from NAS
Jax, adjusts machine used to -guidance. system- jerked the Polaris -
report the launchings.Campaign II air uprlgnt.
AE'A' Phase i "An awesome experience" were

For } of Wells.. "It real-
R the words was

Using Own IL I. (Please turn, to Page 8. Col.2)

Funds


Slated Olympic Here Repair V of Aviation ShopPhase Electri- IfrcYac ; Rating Tests


During the period from cians Mate School, Class A, at .
July 29 to August 5,,NAS Jax NATTUnit Is cutting costs and Slated For

will participate in the Navy'i time used sending test equipment ,.l'l

efforts to help raise necessary to the Overhaul and Repair Dept. !
,
funds to finance a complete :. Aug. Sept.Semiannual
its work .
by now using own ,
United States team in the 17-

th Olympiad to be held in shop. :r.L service wide

Rome, Italy August 25-Sept. The newly completed shop con- examinations are scheduledfor

11 of this year. tains tools, spare parts, vaccum \ : August and September for

The U. S. Navy was credited tubes and much of the essential nt"l..:. ..... eligible NAS Naval personnel
wishing to advance in rating.
with raising and contributing ov- equipment necessary for efficient ; '
: \ ''''': Exams for grades E-8 and
er $72,000 for the 1956 Olympic maintenance. : pay
:
Fund and in a response to a request :: E-9 will be held Aug. 2; E-6, onAug.
KING-SIZE CHECK-Admiring a check to the amount of
by the Olympic Associationfor School instructors perform $23,171.95 are Chaplain Charles D. Beatty and Mrs. King Fort 4; E-5, on Aug. 9, and E-4,
voluntary contributions, the these repair tasks during their son, executive vice president and executive secretary of the Aug. 11. Exam day for pay grade
Secretary of the Navy has established off-hours that school curricu- Jacksonville Auxiliary of the Navy Relief Society, respectively.The E-3 is set for Sept. 13.
so check, which represents total contributed in the 1960 drive
procedures for fund lum progress is not interfered by personnel of five Navy activities in the area served by the THE PROFICIENCY pay examis
support'by the Navy for the 1960 with. local auxiliary, was presented in ceremony by Capt. James R. scheduled for Nov. 1 which includes -
games. I Reed, NAS Jax commanding officer, on behalf of all participating pay grades E-4 and E-5
Among the items repaired include commands.
and
and recruiters in all ratings
NO QUOTA has been assignednor such important equipmentas

established but a goal of 10 tube testers, meters, capacitor pay grades.
Jax Activities Fall Shy Qualifications such as the fulfillment -
cents per person Navy-wide has analyzers and oscilloscopes.
service for
of required
been set to aid in financing the
Performing its own maintenance advancement.in-rating and com-
1960 team. Each will be Relief GoalNavy
person Of
to make Phase V of AE "A" School Navy pletion' of mandatory training
given an opportunity a
not only helps the Navy's budgetbut courses must be met, reports the
contribution and all
hands voluntary are encouraged to supportthe also increases the knowledgeof activities in the Jacksonville area fell shy of the I&E Office.

U.S. Olympic team in this the men making repairs and $30,000 goal established' for the Navy Relief Society fund The completion of military and

appeal for funds.Containers makes them more capablQ of ex- raising drive held recently, according to final figures re- professional practical factors for

(Please turn to Page 8, CoL 1)) leased this week. I ACTIVITIES at five installations the next higher rating. and rating -
will be placed in performance tests for certainratings
4' r4/: ::n c reported a total of $23,171.95
the the Com-
Navy Exchanges, are required.
contributed during the drive,
missary, and other locations dur-
INCLUDED the attendance .
ALSO are
which was extended by some activities -
ing the period of the campaignfor
and completion of service -
in order to boost the to-
the convenience of those who
tal. schools for certain ratings and

desire to contribute.IT Only one activity-Naval Sta- sufficient time in service which

IS POINTED out that in tion Mayport-batted 100 per- varies in different pay grades.A .

many countries participation in cent in reaching its establishedgoal. list of new mandatory''training -

contributed for advancement-in-
Mayport $900to courses
the Olympics is so highly regarded -
the drive. rating is available at the I&E
that the is borne by
expense UNITS AND commands basedat Office. Persons intending to take
the government. In the United NAS Jax fell short of their the test are required to complete i

States, the U.S. Olympic Associ- $13,200 goal with a return of these new courses.

ation has always financed the $12,451. The drive at NAS Jax An eligibility list will be published -

team's participation by popular centered around the giving awayof in the form of a station

subscription.The $10,000 worth of prizes. The notice. Persons who are not included -
: : : /:rr,} drawing took place on Armed in the list who feel
: rg.r/
;:'r: % { ,
extent of the participationof : ',r .r:f4 { :..f.'..J: ..3 a'r.F..i;; ,..,f: :k::. yli: ;: yr/ !} Forces Day, May 21. ought to be should contact the

the U.S. in the Games depends .sk. !y Gifi::', /. ./4f :. NAS Sanford came up with I&E Office. '
:_".,.-"..."""' a t., %>__ h> H.o, ,,:;,;.:;w :; .." :'w'nW'.'>__
entirely upon the success of the DURING LOCAL STOPOVER-Two members of national. the second largest single contri- The exams, prepared at the
ly.known news media stop over at NAS Jax Operations Build bution of $3,632 against a set goalof Naval Examination Center,.Great
Association_ in raising the necessary ing enroute to a news assignment. Frank Ross, (center) photographer $3,800. NAS Glynco, Ga. added Lakes, 111., consist of 150 questions
from the Evening Post and Hanson Baldwin
Saturday
funds to finance this
in its for each.
editor $2,837 quest a goal of Persons notified of passingwill
military of the New York Times, chat with Capt. JamesR.
country's team. Reedy NAS Jax commanding officer. (Please turn to Page 8, CoL 5)) be rated Nov. 18.and .



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:2 JAX AIR NEWS 28 July 1960



td -9 Retired Payments Of Thousands Are Seen I



HAS, Jacksonville! Being Imperiled By Hiss Act Of 1954

Capt. James R. R..dy Commending Officer

Comdr. Robert Nelson Executive Officer A bill to prohibit paymentof
NAB Six/ ; fleet Air Jacksonville/ Civil Service News on page 8- Code of Military Justice is "a law
Rear Adm. Kenneth annuities to officers and
Craig Commander Note. of the United States" for
.Ed )
Capt. Greyston H. Weber Chief of Stiff, Fairfax/ employees of the United Sta- pur-
The bill does not affect active of this act.
Cept. Nelson M. Head Chief of Staff, NAB Six tes convicted on certain of- poses
Fleet Air Wing Eleven fenses duty pay but only retired pay. The Comptroller General has
into law
was signed by
Capt. Charles L Lambing CommanderActing also defined a felony in the :Man-
Offenses involved usually
Comdr. T. C. Deans ____ Chief/ Staff Officer the President on Sept. 1, are
1954. those of improper use of author, ual for Courts-Martial as "any
Naval Air Technical' Training Unit
Ctpt. Robert J. flemIng Commending Officer The bill was the outgrowth of ity or privileges in government offense of a civil nature punsh-
Comdr. Myron K. Smith treason able under authority of the Code
Executive Officer the conviction of Alger Hiss, a operation, bribery, graft, ,
Naval' Hospital sedition and subversive activities. by death or by confinement for a
Capt. William L Engelman Commanding Officer State Department employee, on
Capt. John G. Feder -. Executive Officer charges of perjury in connectionwith ONE SECTION of the act, term exceeding one year" and is
to be used in interpreting the act.
NARTU the though, probably affects service
famous
"pumpkin papers" -
Capt. F. H. Holt ,,,
--- Commanding Officer HE HAS ALSO held that the
in not orig-
espionage case. It has been personnel a manner

I Printed commercially with ron-approprlatcd fund |in Jeckionvllle, florId it no commonly known as the Hiss nally intended. table of maximum punishmentsin
Manual for CourtsMartial
.xpenie to the government\ / and In compliance with NAVEXOS MS Rev. July IWft. Act. t This section makes forfeitureof the -
DIstributed free of charge to and is the test for determining
military civilian personnel' of Fleet Air Jacksonville,
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Heat Air Wing 11, Naval Air THE ACT provides generallythat retired pay applicable for conviction whether a felony was committed.And .
Reserve Training Unit end the U. S. Naval Hospital. no person convicted of cer- I of any offense which is a

Service 'Information Officer ___--.,-___ Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnli Jr. tain offenses before, on or after felony under laws of the U.S. or it doesn't make any dif-

1 Assistant, Service Information Officer _.__ Andrew H. Pleney Sept. 1, 1954 shall be given retired the District of Columbia, com- ference that a sentence of less
mitted in exercise of a person's than a year was actually imposednor
Editor-Gordon Robbie Feature Editor-Mae Spencer, JOI Staff Reporten-Sandy pay, based on service as an does it make differencethat
Martinson, JOSA Sam Bowman, SA. Photographer-Roicoe Carter, PH3. authority, influence, power or any
The Jax Air News It e member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material/ officer or employee of the gov- privileges as an officer or em- the court adjudging the

appearing/ In thla publication can be reprinted providing credit la given. Photographs, ernment, for any period after ployee of the government.The sentence did not have the powerto
unless otherwise credited, are official I U. S. .
Navy Photographi.Editorial impose a year's confinement.A .
date of such conviction or after Comptroller General of the
/ offices located In Room 230, Main/ Administration Building. Phone ex
tensions 8164, 656, 272 or' 216. date of passage of the bill. (See U.S. has held that the Uniform typical case would be wrong-

-. .. -. .. ful appropriation of a motor ve-
hicle. 'Investigation might show

I .;/J/A.g'/ II/BllB'/ : that a duty driver without authority -

I'i used a government vehicle -

to run a private errand.
R6JKi:
V The offense was not an aggravated -
.n. .' . .
P&iI one and the command

Twenty-five little bundles turned up at awarded him a summary court-
the Naval Hospital delivery room recently
martial which convicted him and
with boys outnumbering girls, 16
to nine. imposed a sentence of two weeks
Only one birth Wet recorded June 17, restriction.
that of Mark Alan, to Robert Dyer, ATI,
and Mrs. Dyer. Births of Jun. 18 In- THIS CONVICTION would be

cluded that of June Elizabeth, to Harold sufficient to forfeit retired pay
Brooker, ADJ3, and Mrs. Brooker, and
since the maximum punishmentfor
Cynthia Louise, to Charles MIxon, QM2,
and Mrs. MIxon. wrongful appropriation of a

Born June 19 were Alan Adair, to John motor vehicle is, among other ,
Morris Jr., ACT3, and Mrs. Morris; Fred-
things, two years confinement,]
erick Eugene, to A/2c and Mrs. Norbert
Van Heite Monte Allen Jr., to S/Sgt. The fact the man was only tried '

and Mrs. Monte Cox Marjorle/ Lynn, to by t a summary court-mart1a\.a 1
Walter Dukes, EN1, and Mra. Dukes, and received but two weeks rest

Colleen Pat.yto George McCarty, SFC, tion would have no bearing. .
and Mrs. McCarty. :S+,
Births of June 20 Included that of James tia I It might be noted that the
David, to L/Corpl. and Mrs. James Kil- would not have application '
gore Donna Marie, to Robert Marshall, }
EMC, end Mrs. Marshall Kimberly Ann, purely military offenses such a

to Louis Hermesman, SN, unauthorized absence, but since
Terl Louise and Mrs.Herme.manl ------------ ...--..._ono"w__.._ ......m............._..... ._. ......_
to Sgt. and Mrs. many offenses under the Uniform i
William Cox Alan Lee, to Harry Cummins NEW CHIEFS-Capt. James R. Reedy, NAS Jax commanding --
officer, presents "hard hat" to Robert J. Code may be classed as both
AT2, and Mrs. Cummins, and Cynthia a Doyle HMCA
Marie, to Hubert Lankford, AD3, and as he congratulates new NAS CPO's. Nine first class were recently Civilian Blood military and civil in nature, each
Mrs. Lankford. promoted to chjtef as a result of the February examina case would have to be examinedon
Four tiny tots entered the world hereon tions. Left to right are, Capt. Reedy chief Doyle: W. W. Donor Set its merits.
June 21. They, were Jack L. Jr., to Hogue, ADCAj B. E.: Horn, HMCA: R. P. Jones, SMCA J. T. Day own
Jack Martin, AN, and Mrs. Martin twin Miller AMCA A. L. Pearson ADCA, and W. C. Schoenecker. Civilian Blood Donors Day The act has no application to

sons, Elkton Starr Jr., and Russ Allen, to RMCA-P2. Not present for photo were W. Harris Jr.. ADCA, has been set for Aug. 3 from retired pay which was awardedor
Elkton Gerhard, SN, USCG, end Mrs. Gerhard and W. A. Snowden HMCA.
and Dennis Edward, to James 0830 to 1045 at the Mainside granted before Sept. 1, 1954.

Randolph, FA, and Mrs. Randolph.Born Dispensary in Building 8. Type It is hoped that Congress will
June 22 Regina Marie, to Gerald Civilian Polio Insurance "A" and "O" is needed. amend the act to relieve the obvious -
Burkhart, AMS2, and Mrs. Burkhart, and
Jay Douglas/ to Philip Kehoe, AE1, and Employees volunteering to inequities which can result.
.Mrs. Kehoe. Group Enrollment OpenThe donate blood should not eat a Each individual contemplating

Twins boys happened again on June heavy breakfast that morning.It's retirement, in the meantime,
23, with two sons born to Harvey Horne,
SN, USCG, and Mra. Horne. Other birth annual enrollment of NAS Jax civilian employeesin suggested you limit break- should not overlook the danger
the Polio Insurance is fast to citrus juice, toast with involved here.NavV.
this month Included that of Roger Wil- Group now being undertaken, re-
liam to Robert Patterson, AN, and Mrs. ports Industrial Relations Dept. jelly or marmalade, and black
Patterson Clifton Lee, to Heber Baker, coffee.
Employees may enroll in the
FT2, and Mrs. Baker, and Steven Dale/ to Employees recently covered It's important that donorsdo
Andrew Jenks, BT1, and Mrs. Jenks. program or renew existing con- Wives
tracts anytime through Aug. 5. under the Federal Employees not partake of fatty foodsor

Health Benefit Program would be liquids during the four
AF Officers Must Effective date of new policies will
Says be 14 days after anniversary date subject to the "double coverage" hours before time for which Corner

Get New Outfit By 1962 of the Station group, which is provisions of the plan they se- the donation is scheduled.

Washington (AFPS),-Air Force July 25: lected. After your donation, arrange-

officers will be required to own THE POLIO Insurance Plan Cost of a family contract which ments have been made to geta Applications are now being

the newly adopted summer provides protection in the amountof covers employee, spouse and all I. light snack at the Civilian taken at the Navy Wives Nurs-

weight blue uniform in 1962, but $10,000 for each subscriber and unmarried children up to age 21 : Cafeteria. ery on Child St. aboard the Sta-

it will not be a mandatory item individual covered, and covers is four dollars a year. Cost of a I II I tion for the junior and senior

for airmen until May, 1963. single contract is two dollars kindergarten fall term starting
expenses incurred during a three I I Feeding the huge tiger sharksat
Identical in color, cut and styleto yearly. Marine Studios, Marineland September 1.
year period from date of diagnosisof I ,
the familiar winter service polio up to the $10,000 amount. EMPLOYEES renewing or Fla., is quite a chore. They pre- Junior kindergarten accepts

uniform, the new outfit may be The amounts allowed for each submitting new applications must : fer fresh shark meat and like children three to four years of
distributed to recruits at submit check bank I age and the senior department
new type expense are not proratedand a personal or to have it dangled near surfaceof
Lackland AFB, Tex., in 1962, the the treatment and care pro- postal money order in the the water where they can accepts five year old children, if
Air Force said. amount of the premium with devour it easily. their birthday falls before Dec.
vided under the policy covers all
The new uniform was given their application.Such 31, 1960.

the green light last fall after hospital cost of rental and of medical iron lung expenses, braces, payment must be made Hogan; (Trans.Viola Higgin- Tuition fee is $12 a month.
both
m; (Bldg. 902Ear Ii n e
to Pacific Life
exhaustive tests. and other similar mechanical payable Mutual Transportation is available from
car Insurance Co.Necessary Jacobsen, and (UtilitiesJean- Dewey Park and Station housingareas
equipment, nursing e and ette Reilly; Supply-Beulah Wise
Research at Marine Studios has transportation.THE forms and additional ; ; car pools are being formedin
Comptroller-Betty Jo Barthlow
I ;
aided in the discovery that por- PLAN pays regardless of information can be obtained from Security-William Harden Jr., other areas. j

poises can locate and distinguish *any hospitalization or medical the following department repre- Miscellaneous-Admin.) Grace Jax Navy Wives Club No. 86
sponsors the kindergarten and
underwater objects by a means expense plans a person may now sentatives: O&R, Donna Smith; Caldwell; (IRDRaymond Da- service
I nursery as a to personnelhere.
similar to sonar. own. Public Works, (Maint.) Janice tres. .






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28 July 1960NEWS JAX AIR NEWS Page 3


tl Affect Armed Forces


FROMELSEWHERE Ii Congress OKs Military




1W USNTC Great Lakes, UL Y Bills Some Are '
}o Signed
ir- Capt. Frank A. Zimanski has tak- ;

en over as commanding officer of
las the Service School Command. Washington (AFPS-In) the final days before its temporary

IL._ recess, Congress pushed through a number of bills directly -

ny Parris Island: S.C.-.-Col James affecting members of the Armed Forces.

fade Tinsley is due to become Parris President Eisenhower had already- signed- some of these
Island's Chief of Staff next week., bills by July 7, while others still officers.-
and Air Force
Army
. M1
a He replaces Col. August Vogt: await his signature. HR 12570 which limits to 1,000
Isct. who has held the billet for 13 AMONG THE bills already
pounds the| amount of "unaccompanied" -
months. g signed are:
he __ HR 9881, which extends for two baggage a service familycan

its years a serviceman's privilege of send overseas by commerciallines.
Toastmaster( International del-
The bill calls, for all other
r- egates from South Carolina are i importing personal and house- household and to
hold effects duty free. The bill personal goods
og due to arrive in PI this weekendfor
, be sent by surface transportation,
d. the statewide District Council became Public Law 563.
If- meeting. ? .. HR 10695 (now PL585)), known unless air transportation wouldbe

as the "Return Rights Bill." It cheaper or the transportationofficer
'sscd declares air travel is necessary -
Eglin AFB, Fla.-Residents of provides a minimum guaranteeto to avoid personal hard-
ce the Playground Area will have government employees over-
seas on rotation to the United ship.
11e something new, entertainmentwise : r HR 12265, allowing military officers -
;:
States. They will be placed in
er for them beginning this ____ _____ overseas to administer
week when the the same position they vacated to
summer theatre
t.g production of "The Drunkard"opens. accept the foreign assignment.HR oaths and perform other notary
"?' of services for
- public types
jc
ge 8186 amending Titles 10
}u }" pYr. and 14 of the U.S. Code. The American civilian employees and
eW .. ,
k:kaow .
dependents.This
Camp Lejeune N.C.-Plans are I "HERE'S HOW I DID IT"-Sayi Robert Pearl, AA, of Pa- President's signature on these bill stems from court
tc- being made to introduce one-way trol Squadron 16 as he re-enacts his actions when he helped amendments will permit promo- action -
- extinguish a near disastrous fire. A P2V belonging to VP-30 tion of several thousand previ- which declared that civilianswere
parking on many of the streets of was struck by lightning recently and Pearl with the help of ously selected officers who have not subject to the Uniform
Tarawa Terrace and to remove onlookers from VP-30 VW.4, NAS Jax Aircraft Maintenance Code of Military Justice. In the
- from the streets many of the Dept. as well as VP-16 squadron mates rushed to the scene not been promoted because of
could these
officers
Id Dempster and manned the fire bottles. Pearl and James Holder, AD2 and service obligations.It past perform
t- Dumpsters which now Ronald Gagne, AD3, both 'of VW-4, received commendations will also force a cut in pro- services only for personnel sub-
pose a serious hazard to drivers from the skipper of VP30. ject to the code.
motions to major and lieutenant
Ids and pedestrians. HR 12200, which allows a reduction -
colonel during the next two
Repainting has begun on ex- Alert Sentries Prevent years. to the lowest enlisted
teriors of of individuals convicted bya
over 300 Midway Park Bills cleared by Congress and grade
court martial whose sentence
housing units.
now at the White ,House for the:
includes a punitive discharge,
Spread Of Plane FireQuick President's signature include:
NAAS Saufley Field-Comdr. i S 1795, the so-called "White. confinement or hard labor.
a N. J. Mayer, commanding officerof thinking and good basic Navy training paid ofJ f: Charger" bill. Among other HR 7758 will improve conditions -

Training Squadron Five, made once again when men from VP-16, VP-30, VW-4 and NAS: things, it requires Involuntary for civilian government
, the 77,000th arrested landing Aircraft Maintenance prevented an aircraft fire from spread, retirement of certain colonels, employees overseas by liberalizing -
d rh aboard the USS Antietam duringa leave benefits, allowances and
accelerated
and limited
permits
a
ing.At knees and waist vis- I
tween
recent Midshipman. cruise here. 1307 on a recent Saturday, ible. Pearl continued to were fight the promotion quota for outstanding I differentials.This_ u. . .
a VP-30 P2V was struck by bill, which has been slightly -
fire from inside the wheel well
Cherry Point N.C.-The annual lightning while on the seaplane revised, is expected to bq act-
summer training exercise of ramp. The lightning hit the port until directed to leave. VA-44 REINS ed upon when Congress recon-

the Marine Air Reserve Training wheel, thus rupturing and ignit- At the same time, Ronald Gagne venes in August.HR .
Command is still underway and ing a gas line located. in the AD3, also of VW-4, foughtthe CHANGE HANDSThe 9702 amends section 2771

proving its economy and value to wheel well. fire from inside the wheel top post in Attack of Title 10, U.S. Code, to authorize -

m the American taxpayer. THE FIRE was immediately well. Squadron 44 has changed certain payments of a deceased -

Among the Marine Reserve noticed by three sentries on post Plane crewmen from VP-30 hands. member's final accounts with-
units there are VMF-144 and watch. Several bluejackets from entered the aircraft and secured Comdr. Austin L. Detweiler out the necessity of settlement by

VMA-341 of Jacksonville's MAR- VP-16, VP-30, VW-4 and NAS fuel, oil and hydraulic lines to relieved Capt. Damon W. the General Accounting Office.

TD. Aircraft Maintenance rushed to the engine while the craft was Cooper as commanding officerof

toa the scene with fire bottles. still filled with smoke. the attack training replace- Little Theatre Sets

One sentry, Robert Pearl, AA, of PEARL HOLDER and Gagne ment squadron.
July Auto StickersTo VP-16, was on watch at Post 9 have received a Letter of Com- Comdr. Detweiler takes New Season's PlaysSelection
in Hangar 140. He grabbed a charge of VA-44! following a
11 mendation from Comdr. L. T. of four recent Broad-
small hand fire bottle and hur- tour as that unit's executive
J- Expire SundayPersons Barco, VP-30 commanding of- way successes for next season'sschedule
It. ried over to fight the blaze. This ficer. officer. Capt. Cooper, in com- at the Jacksonville Lit
operating privately- extinguisher didn't seem to be mand since July 14, 1959, is
Ig Pearl has also been recom- tle Theatre have been announc-
owned motor vehicles aboard the 50 fire scheduled to attend the Naval
e, effective, so Pearl got a lb. mended for the NavyMarineCorps
ers Station are reminded that July bottle. Medal by his commandingofficer. War College in Washington, ed.The four productions will be

date stickers will expire next James Holder, AD2, of VW-4, D. C. : "The King and I," planned to be
Sunday at midnight.To held the bottle and kept the noz- one of the most elaborate stage
.
avoid a possible long delay zle open directly outside the n r: : xrr r 'r presentations ever produced by

at the gate Monday morning because wheel well. Pearl walked into the local group, set for Nov. 18-

of an expired decal, per- the flames extinguishing it as he 26; "Goodbye, But It Doesn't Go
I sons with July 1960 stickers proceeded. He continued workinghis Away," slated for Jan. 13-21;

should plan to renew them soon way into the wheel well. "The Warm Peninsula," a roman-

as possible.In BY THIS TIME 'only a few tic comedy set for Feb. 24Mar.

19 addition to presentation of inches of his white uniform be- 4, and "The Spider's Web" a

evidence of liability insurance, mystery by Agatha Christie,
a-- motorists must also get a safety New York, Calif. Sailors 4 // / */ / ? ;' planned for April 1422.

or check performed on their vehicle. Post AE School HonorsA Memberships for next' season

19 This can be done free of chargefor pair of men from different : are now available at the theatre

military personnel and civil- corners of the, nation, Theodore p'rs'r. box office on San Marco Blvd.

Its ian .employees at the Navy Ex- Dalesandro, AEIAN, of Tuxedo, iiyf from 1330 to 1700 daily
of change Service Station. N.Y. and James Worley, AEMAA, I

nticf Forms are available at the gate of Hayward, Calif. received top r A school teacher instructing
honors at the recent graduationat
for persons wishing to have a her class on the different valuesof
private garage inspect their ve- Aviation Electrician's Mate American coins
hicles.A School, Class A, at NATTUnit. took a half
'c.h. dollar out of her purse, laid it
on
has received ordersto
Dalesandro .
sv <+s$Y,41s.rlcb' f:ri i
b- ,
xr i yy r r?+s i f? ,? F }
h.m jet pilot having trouble with Air Transport Squadron, VR6at i her desk and asked: "Can any of

his plane finally decided to McGuire AFB and Worley will you children tell me what it is?"

19d abandon ship. Floating down report to VAP-63, Miramar, Small voice from rear: "Tails"
through space he saw a little old I I Calif. : .
v
IJ lady pass him and hollered: Right Guard: "Is holding{
361d .. ...* __ ..... .... .. handsan
I "Did you see a plane going Husband: "Don't you think our : ,,': ..> ._, ... .wm."ffM. "''''' -- .';,...m."'.;_"""''''''11Io offense or' defense?"
down?",.., child got his intelligence from my "WE MISSED YA, POP1"-Exclaim the three young sons :
el She looked at him calmly and side of the family?" of Lt. C. E. Clausen as he returns from deployment with other Left Guard: "That all dependson
members of Attack 35. The unit
back
Squadron came to its
said, "Not did you see a stove going Wife: "Oh, I suppose he could NAS Jax home last week after being aboard the USS Saratoga whether you're playing football -
up?" have skipped a generation." since early this month. Looking on approvingly is Mrs. Clausen. or making love.


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'88 Election I .





Was Unique;



Loser VictorIn GI



the Presidential election of

1888 the Democratic .party's candidate -

Grover Cleveland, received -

5,540,050 votes95,713more

than his Republican opponent f


Benjamin Harrison. ,,,,,.,.......,;.<+....,.,,,..,,;,,"_ .. I
However, the history books uq FOR SALE

show that the Chief Executive of d ..vvt. Ortega Hilli-3 bdrm, 2 bath, Fla. rm,
the United States for the next 7414 Coral Sea Rd. Make me an offer.

four years was Benjamin Har Call Capt. E. P. Mertz, USMC, EV 87229.
rison. I I Oak Hill-3 bdrm, bath, hdwd fin,

carport, yen bids, oil heat, 15 to NAS,
This was caused by the differ- near new schools, GI fin, $900 Equity,

ence in electoral votes. Harrisonwon mo pymti $62. Stout, YN1, SP 1.2419 or

233 while Cleveland picked. Ext-268.
3 bdrm brick home-pine pan, kit, sep

up just 168.Although. : ... ..... .tom .. .:1s din rm, Fla. rm, attach gar, iwm pool.
this is the only time $1200 dn, bal $95 per mo at 4}%, or

in the history of Presidential SEVEN MORE NEW CHIEFS-Capt. Robert J. Fleming, will rent for $150 per mo. Arvii Daniels,

elections 1 ( that a losing candidate commanding officer of the Naval Air EV 4-3692.
Unit
Technical Training ,
Defense Chief Gates Cedar Hills Estates-3 bdrm, 2 bath,
actually had more popular votes congratulates seven new chiefs from the ranks of NATTU per Fla. rm, hdwd firs, fen yd, gar, 4}% GI,
sonnel. From left are C. E. Bloir, AQCA: C. M. Cap!., AECAj
Proclaims
than the victor, under the preset Vote Day B. J. Crenshaw, AOCA: H. A. Forrest, AECA J. Loya, AOCA $86 per mo. D. C. Anthony, SP 13205.
American Mobile Home-2 bdrm,
electoral college system it Secretary of Defense ThomasS R. S. Pickett, AOCA, and N. C. Woods, AOCA. The promotionswere 1959
furn, auto wshr, Equity*& take over pay-
could happen again. Gates has. designated Sept. effective July 16.
mts. See Peter Oiburn, AEI 1, lot 132,
For instance, if there were just 27 as Armed Forces Voters Azalea Trailer Ct.

two states involved in, this year'sPresidential Oak Hill-3 bdrm, Ig liv rm, din rm,
Day.Many installationsat Credit Union Is Place kit, bath, hdwd firs, util rm & carport.
military
election and state Pymts $74 mo, $1200 Equity, will take
"A" had 40 electoral votes while home and abroad are expected 2nd mtg. SP 1.4089,' Mrs. Roy Dorsett.

state "B" had 38, the candidate to make that day the Ortega Hills-3 bdrm, 2 bath, bkfait

who carried state "A" would be highlight of Voting Informa- For Financial Advice bar, spa storage, carport, Equity $1,300.
Capt. J. G. Morgan, EV 89949.
elected. tion Week, during which a Orange Park-4 bdrm, 21 bath, Ig Fla.

However, suppose the candidatewho "get, out the vote" campaignwill rm, 2-car gar, fen lot, 3 ml S of NAS.
Many people have continuous worries of debts incurred
be observed. Meetings CO 4-9361 or ext-8374, CWO J. Matluk.
had
carried ,
won state "A"by
through unexpected happenings. Then, again, we wonder Cedar Hills-3 kdrm, 1} bath, nice
exhibits and of
a small margin while his opposition displays voting whether a carefully planned program will permit us to buy Idscpd lot, near el. schs, $700 Equity &

I won by a landslide in :materials will be featured for that urgently needed car replacement or worn-out refriger- $88.42 pymts. Lt. (jg) White at VW-4 cr:

state "B." In this situation the ;servicemen. SP 11661.

losing candidate could easily Voting officers will be available ator. for acquiring "provident" loans Cedar Hills Eestates-4 bdrm, 2 bath, sep
The Jax Navy Federal Credit din rm, got, scrn por, fen bk yd, York-
have had more popular votes. to answer questions on arise.
I Union has an answer to all this.It's town cab kit. $15350, $1,500 dn, no
This year, there are 537 elec- justifications, registration and THE LOCAL CU maintains a do cost $88 mo pymt, FHA In-servic

I toral votes at stake, with a can- voting procedures, and will not a sin to borrow money. counselling service for membersto loan. Call SP 1.1301 or NAS Hos, Wd B-l,
assist those who wish One should feel a bit of pride to A. C. Thomas, AECS.
take
didate needing 269 to win the to go in private and in utmost
be given reasonable credit by the Ortega Hills-3 bdrm, tile bath, din rm,
in the 1960 elections.
election. part Credit Union when the necessity secrecy discuss finances. Thereare Ig liv rm, fen yd, util! rm. $86.50 per mo.
times when a person has the 41% GI loan, $750 dn. Call Lt. Robert
---:- Smith, EV 4-5217 or NavHos, ekt-}29.
----I opportunity to talk things
; over
FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION Inmmediate occupancy.Oak .
objectively that good may arise. Hill-3 bdrm, 2 bath, liv rm, kit,

On the other hand, the Credit hdwd firs, util! rm & carport, landscapedyd

Union has no hesitancy in advising 1433 sq ft of liv area. Take-over mo
pymt $90, Equity $400 plus do coils
sor sty against a loan when such
$100. Glenn King, SP 1-3758.
'. run nssew seems inadvisable.Ever FOR RENT
,
AaOCMT10Nus
since 1934, credit unions 2 bdrm home, cony to NAS. RA 4-7680
\c N after 1800, Mrs. Jackson.
have maintained interest rate
an
;" M Arlington Hills-wnf urn, 4 bdrm, 125
\ C on loans of one percent a mont per mo, 4 mo In advance. Call before

: on the balance owed. Some out- 1700, El 6-1519; after 1800, RA 4-7505,
j iiiiii
;; fits have seen fit to reduce this Harry Bradler.
s Furn apt-liv rm, kit, bdrm, Ig do spa,
Board of Directors of Unit 126 for certain loans. .
$54 per and util.! Mrs. A. M. laasch,
Ladies Auxiliary of the Fleet Re- THE LOCAL credit union has I. EV 9-8357, Lake Shore.

serve 'Association is scheduled to followed the latter policy and I Furnlshed-2 bdrm house near NAS,

meet Aug. 2 in the home of Unit given y of 1 percent! in some in- $70. Mrs. Humphrey, EV 4-2724.
Efficiency Apts-furn, 2 rm, conv to
president Jean Murphy. stances. This rate covers secured all, near 5 Points. W. E. Varnadoe, EV-

Elected delegates to the South- loans and purchasing of a new 74996.

east Regional Caucus of LAFRA automobile.A Woodstock Park-furn apt, prl) bath &

entrance, elec fan, attic fan, near bus,
from Unit 126
are Margaret loan of for
$1200 one
year couple preferred. Mrs. C. B. Cooper, EV-
Whitmire, Mabel Hetz and Mrs. obtained at the Jax Navy Credit 82402.

Murphy. Union at an interest rate of lake Shore-furn house, 2 bdrm, gar,

Nine delegates to the caucus of 1 percent on the balance TV & wshr, $85. Call Mrs. H. A. Thomas,

were elected at the last meetingof would make 12 payments of RA 48382.
THIS 'N' THAT
Branch 126. It was voted to $104.94'each, totaling $1259.28, Ride Wanted-from Harlow Blvd. In

support a pay raise for the mili- or an interest charge of only Cedar Hills to Bldg. 1, 08001630. Gloria
"''U4:}' <::::::i::: :W::,i': ;F')1rJII:
: ;
tary and to increase quarters al- : : $59.28.A Darwin, ext-272 or 656.
CHECK TO CHILEAN RELIEF-Th 'appeal
emergency Ride Wanted-7313 Warner Dr., Ortega
lowances. for funds for the Chilean Disaster Relief conducted c long Navy loan of the same amount
Cedar Hills Estates 4 brm, 2 bath,
sep
It was also voted to try to activities in the Jax area received a big boost with a $828.75 ,($1200) at some other lending 8143/361, Kay Warr, SKC, or EV 41318.
make basic allowances for check from military and civilian personnel of the NAS com
quar- for six Desired AD2 shore duty In
agency one year at per- Swap on
mand. Capt. James Reedy (right)
officer
commanding of
ters permanent. At present, BAQis NAS cent would have 12 of Jax area desiring shore duty In Pensa-
presents the check to C. V. Gross, field director of the American payments
cola Contact Wm. Kennedy, AD2,
temporary and will come to an Red Cross who will forward it to Chilean Relief headquar $106 each for a total of $1272, or Center area. Malnt., NAAS Whiting
end when the 'law ters. All hands of some 20 Nary activities in the Hangar
peacetime expires area nave an interest charge of $72. Field, Milton, Fla., or call Mrs. Kennedy
joined in the nationwide appeal. Final results of the total
in about three years. con By obtaining a loan from the wk-days, EV 9-7711 I, ext-720.
tributed by local activities is expected to be known at the end
Anyone interested in joining end of this week. credit union, the person would Riders Wanted-To San Diego or long
FRA Branch 126 should contact Beach. Leaving middle of Sept. Share.xpen.e.
save $12.72. And the loan wouldbe
.. Call EV 89500. Ask for .Jerry.
vice-president Red Johnson at Many And Devious Are The Ways -- covered for death or total and

NAS Jax extension 8433. Dues permanent disability at no add!.
Many and devious are the ways tional Naval
are eight dollars a year. His cost. Courtesy:
which servicemen refreshing approach to a
by enjoying a
The 10,000 members of: the Jax
The monthly social is slated problem as old as the armed
leave scheme to extend it. But
Federal
Navy Credit Union be-
for Saturday at 2000 at the FRA one Navy radioman assigned to forces anywhere was not lost on Short CourseAre
long to the largest CU in North
Meeting Hall the Atlantic carrier Inde- Capt. O'Grady who, however,
4530 120th St., in Fleet's Florida. After operating expenses there special regulations
Yukon. pendence decided to go all out on proved equal to it., He messagedin
are paid. and reserves set up, governing salutes by women in

candor.To I return:, members participate in a shareof uniform which differ from those

Panhandler: "Will you give'mea Capt. James W. O'Grady,: "Back on your ship while you'reon the net earnings.As for men in uiforxn

dime for a cuppa coffee?" the ship's skipper, he sent the vacation, your fellow watch- 'I The same general regulations

Pedestrian: "No, I don't give following telegram: standers defend your nation. If any married woman will tell I apply as those in effect for men.

"Nobody sick. Nobody dying. you there is no perfect husband, I However, in places where men
money to people on the street. nobody sick, nobody dying, then
Having a ball. Everything fine. which leads one to wonder what are customarily ,uncovered, wo-

Panhandler: '"What should 1 do, Request seven days extension of your leave expires, though good happens to the perfect sons mothers men do not salute, even though

open an office?" leave. ." show trying. ." are always describing. they may be covered.




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138 Waves



Serving 5



Local UnitsLocally


some 138 enlisted
.. ..
{k:V ;:{ : { women with their sister

Waves will celebrate the 18th
Anniversary of the Waves
this weekend.
Plans have been made for some-
of them to journey to Dallas,
Texas where they will attend the
18th Annual Waves Reunion.The .
first Wave to come to Jax
was Ensign Kathrine C. Doe,
who arrived on Nov. 10, 1942. The
4 next year saw the arrival of the

first enlisted Wave, on January

iri 14.At the height of WWII, some

1,500 Waves served at NAS Jax.
After the close of the war their

EiIi women.number dropped to 28 enlisted

At the present time 85 Waves
.r aboard the Station are assignedto

NAS, 15 to NATTUnit, fourto
FAETULant Det. Two, 29 to
the U.S. Naval Hospital, and five
to VFP-62's Photo Lab. '
The Jax distaff sailors serve ina
variety of rates. The great-
est number work in the clerical
2 aY and hospital corpsmen rates.
{c
Other ratings here include AC's,
i PH's, DT's, AK's and one TD.


.+ Continue ResearchOn

:: : .
: : Navy's 'Julie'The

Navy has awarded a con-
tract for about' $2,000,000 to Day-
'- strom, Inc., for continuing classI-
WAVES 18th ANNIVERSARY-Waves here and throughout the world will celebrate their 18ih birthday Saturday. Some 138 fied research and development
Waves serve at five commands at NAS Jax, largest number working in clerical ratings while hospital corpsmen run a close second. .
(Upper left) Nancy Herron, HA. assists Mrs. Diana Eichinger with her four day.old baby at the Naval Hospital. Father, Max Eich. work on the Julie System.An
inger, HN, is assigned to NAS Dispensary. At present 29 Wave corpsmen are assigned to the Hospital. (Upper right) Joy Barber, DN important part of the Navy'santisubmarine
assists Lt. G. Wernick at the NAS Jax Dental Clinic. There are four Waves assigned to Dental. (Lower left)-Joyce Whitesell, MA3, warfare program,
of Tabulating Machine Unit at NATTU, operates an IBM sorter. All student grades and records of the various NATTU schools are the Julie System makes use of
tabulated here. Fifteen Waves are assigned to NATTU. (Lower right) R. A. Haskell, TD2 (left) works on servo of a 2F23 Jet Instru.
ment Flight Trainer while Esther Reznitsky, TD2, adjusts oscilloscope at FAETULant. Esther is the only Tradevman aboard NAS the explosive echo ranging tech-
Jax. Three other Waves are assigned to FAETU as yeoman strikers. nique for the detection and loca-
tion of submarines.In .
simplified terms, this tech-
DISTAFF SAILORS CELEBRATING18th
nique is based on the principlethat
accurate timing between

ANNIVERSARY SATURDAYThis citation of the sound and receiptof
its echo permits calculation 'of
SALTY HUMOR FROM the distance between the subma-
HERE AMP THERE Saturday, July 30, the men and others. serve as Yeomanettes. The Sec- rine and the source of the sound.
Waves will celebrate their Captain Winifred R. Quick is retary of the Navy at that time,
Shaggy dog bit for this week: 18th Anniversary. presently serving as the Assistant Josephus Daniels, made a studyof
Little old lady was stopping ata Originally established in 1942as Chief of Naval Personnel for Women Navy laws and found that New Veterans Law

hotel in a small town. Ever ap- a reserve component of the I and as such is the senior there was no regulation which Signed Into BeingA
prehensive about fire, she no Navy, the WAVES (Women Ac- woman line officer in the Regu- stated that a yeoman had to,be a
sooner checked into her room cepted for Voluntary Emergency lar Navy.IN man. Taking advantage of this new law providing additional
than she left to locate the fire Service) became an integral partof 1811, nine years before the loophole the Navy announced its compensation to veterans with
escape. the regular Navy in 1948. birth of Florence Nightingale, a I need for women in the Naval Reserve severe service-connected dis-
accident she opened the SOME 4.600 enlisted abilities who have more than
By Navy wo- young Navy surgeon recommended .
door to the men's bathroom to men are now on active duty. that nurses be included among IN MARCH of 1917, nearly three children has been signedby
face a gentleman reclining in the During the peak of their strengthin personnel in Navy hospitals. It 12,000 women rushed to recruit- President Eisenhower.The .
bathtub. "Oh, pardon me," she July 1945 approximately 86, was not until almost 100 years ing offices to enlist as Yeoman- old law did not authorize

said, "I was just looking for the 000 women were on duty in the I later, May 13, 1908 that this ettes. They were the first women payment for more than three
lire escape." continental United States and members of the enlisted Reservesin children, B. J. Gannon, officer in
She had no sooner gone a few Hawaii.On recommendation bore results. any United I States military charge of the VA Office in Jack-
steps down the hall when the the same pay scale with That was the date on which the service. sonville said. '

bathroom door burst open and their male counterparts and with U.S. Navy Nurse Corps was established They were stationed in Guam, The added compensation will
the soaking wet bather clad in a equal responsibilities, the Navy's and thus nurses were the Panama Canal Zone, and Ha- range from $12 monthly for each
hastily clutched towel ran after women officers and enlisted wo- the first "Women in the Navy." waii as well as the United States child after the first three where
her shouting, "Where is the fire." and France. the veteran's service-connected
men occupy interesting billets as Women were first accepted in
With the tremendous demand disability is evaluated at 100
per-
officers the Reserves in 1917 to
personnel hospital corps- Navy as
The hillbilly still owner was for personnel brought 0 n by cent down to $6 monthly where
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brought before the judge to stand WWII the Navy, followed by
trial. Game Night Is Planned For USO other military services.againcaUed his disability is evaluated at 50

Judge: "What's your name?" Game Night is scheduled tonight for women to fill billets in percent.
Jacksonville Beach, open week-
Defendent: "Joshua, your honor. (Thursday) with a Volun- the Reserve. Where the disability was due
days from 1600 to 2300, Satur- their
The to
teers of the Month Dance, slated response serve to peacetime service, the rates
"Judge: "Are you the Joshua days from 1000 to 2300 and Sun- country in the highest traditionsof I
tomorrow in a highlight of activities would be 80 percent of the
that commanded the sun to standstill days from 1300 to 2200. the Navy was more over-
?" at the USO Club this whelming than that of their sis- amount payable for wartime dis-

Defendent: "No, your honor. week. The President has signed the ters of a generation ago. ability, Gannon said.

I'm the Joshua that made the The club, at 331 W. Forsyth St., bill that would allow employeesto Present day Waves serve in Veterans with less than 50 per-

moonshine." is open daily from 0900 to 2300. start drawing unemployment the following rates: ET, IM, cent of rated disability receiveno
.
Servicemen visiting the beaches compensation during time cover- OM, PN, RM, CT, YN, DM, MA, additional compensation for a
Hardest part of diet isn't watch-
what you eat. it's watching are welcome, to attend the ed by accrued leave. It is Public SK, DK, CS, SII, JO, LI, AT, AC, wife, parents nor children, Gan-

what others eat. USO facility at 610 Oceanfront in Law 442. AG, TD, AK, PH, HM, and DT. non pointed out.



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I Congress B Generous With Navy Shipbuilding Requests :, 1 WATT. C.


When doling out 1961 appropriations I
Congress didn't slight Only $2,316,360,000 for ship the Navy's, request for three only one, okayed five Polaris A-

the Navy in regards to shIpbuild- procurement was voted by Con- guided missile frigates and two subs on full funds after the Navy

ing. In fact, reports Navy Times, gress, however, so the Navy may guided missile destroyers. They'll asked for three and gave approval -

the sea service got every ship it have to drop' an item or under- I be armed with Terrier and Tartar to seven long-lead time Po-

asked for and then some. cut its estimated cost. The total anti-aircraft missiles, respec- laris subs when the Navy asked I'

THE 1961 program calls for 23 appropriation voted for shipbuilding tively.In for six.

new ships, 15 conversions and is three percent less a new twist, more subma- The Navy's request for a third

long-lead time Items for seven than the total cost of all the rines were authorized by Con- new amphibious transport dock
Aviation Electrician' M t
a e
ships voted.
Polaris submarines. Defense gress this year than any other and two ocean escorts (DE) was
School-A welcome aboard is
Dept. had asked for 18 new ships, TOP ITEM in the 1961 pro- type of ship, apparently influenced approved. Requests were also ex-
tended to instructors J. B.
15 conversions and longleadtime gram is a seventh conventionally- by Vice Admiral Hyman G. new ,
granted for two prototype auxili- AE1 S. L. Tartein AEC
Crotty, ,
items for six Polaris subs. powered "super" attack carrier, Rickover.

Congress, in a big-hearted way, won after a hard two-year battle THE LAWMAKERS approvedfour ary ships (fast combat supportand and S. Gruber, AEC.Congratulations .

also okayed construction of two with the lawmakers. nuclear attack submarines fast stores ships) and two to the Honor

harbor tugs and 20 landing craft. Congress went along easily with when the Navy had requested research vessels.Annual. Men of "A" School's Phase V.
They were T. V. Durham, AN,

with a 91 average, and Pfc. J.

Bible Raway, with an 85.
ScoutingVAP I
School Ends Released from the hospital,

CWO J. A. Swan, Phase IV supervisor -

VAPOR was welcomed back to
VAP's "red carpet" unrolledfor For Summer "A" School by fellow instructorsthis

newcomers: Lt (jg) Marvin week.

Sorg; Keith Shrader PHI Neil f'k
,
;
I The annual Vacation Bible Harvey Cannon, AN, of Class
Milligan, PHI Mel Burt AKl
; ;
6023R (Reserves) has maintainedan
Cliff Pike, PH2; Ralph Bariteau, School has completed its sessionat
4s average of 94.3. Not bad for a
ATN3; Dick Craft, PHAN; Ste- ____ the All Saints Chapel Sunday
man whose basic battery tests
phen Page, PHAN; Bill Braden, School Building.The .
/ show he's rated among the top
AA; John Kelly, AN; Gerald I
school was under the direction ten percent of Navy enlistees.
.
Kimbrough AN Richard
; Cofsky, 1 C .
PRAN; Eston Parker, AA; Ste- of Lcdr. Billy Wolfe, NAS
Jax and Mrs. Willie Aviation Ordnance School -
Chaplin,
phen Cody, AN Mack Wood
; ,
Best of luck to Class 6013 which
Wolfe, Bible School principal.
PH2, and Forrest Wilson, AN.
graduates tomorrow. Class 6031is
S Children of Naval
personnel welcomed aboard Monday to
I ]FAW-11 ranging in age from six through
fill the
Fleet Air Wing 11 Staff has 12 years old and 36 workers com- gap.
\ Class 6019 led the field again
i welcomed three new officers re- c + prise the school. Registration this
this week in Honor Class
cently. They are Lcdr. John Bain, ,, 64/ut year included 175 children withan compe-
tition with a final multiple of 204
Lcdr. Alfred Fowler and Lt. Allan average attendance of 143.
Place. ,y : /i points. In second place is Class

i Lcdr. Bain has been assigned rOAT The school, which started July 6021 with 198 points and third is

as Gunnery-Mine Warfare Train- 11, ended July 22 and ran from Class 6023 with 191 points.
{ 1900 to 1130
ing Officer. He was Air Intelligence Monday through The AO "A" Honor man this

Officer aboard the USS Es- Friday. week was not in the top classes

sex before reporting here. Primary School children, six but comes from Class 6015. He is

Taking over as; Plans Officer Is to eight years old, were taught J. F. Livesay.

Lcdr. Fowler who here .. Bible stories, memorized from Congrats to the four new AO
comes ;';?:::: AAf': ::::' ;:'::::$'' :,,:::::$jiM: :.::*: ... l 8ii'-_
from the NROTC Unit at Tulane MARTIN-BAKER TRAINEE T. Miller, AMCA. (right) the Bible and study handiwork. chiefs.

Univ. He has served previous an instructor at the Naval Air Mobile Training Group aboard Their theme was "Bible Boats" Pfc. A. G. Hilbert of Class 6023

tours at VW-4 and VJ-2. the Station. shows Bill Currey AM3. of O&R Dept. the normal and handiwork was about boats, is the Honor Marine of the week.
ejection use of the "face curtain." Currey attended the three- fish nets and things of nautical
Lt. Place is new Communications and-one-half day maintenance course on the ejection seat held a Capt. R. D. Hatch, USMC, Class

Officer fo the Wing. His last last week. The clan was taught complete maintenance pointerson nature. 6015 of NAWS "O" School, recently -

duty station was at NAAS Kings- the seat, which is used when a pilot .must bail out from his The nine to 12 year olds in graduated as Honor Man

ville, Tex. where he was a flight plane. Junior School studied the Bible with a final average of 89.27.

instructor. and studied from the Scriptures.

Several enlisted men also recently Have Martin Baker Unit Junior School theme was "Walk- Two beatniks, real gone characters -

reported in. They includeJ. ing and. Talking With Jesus. were speeding down the

J. Saunders, YN3; William Will Travel Anywhere! road at 112 mph, one snapping
"Signal for the Lord" is over- :
McLain, QMC, and Donald Tut- his fingers with some boppy mu-
all theme for the School.
tle, ATNAN. I sic from the car radio.
The Martin-Baker ejection seat detachment of Naval
Recently departed from FAW- Fellowship time and handiworkwas The other opened the door to
Air Mobile Training Group wound a three week stay at
11 are Lt. John Grunenwald. to up put on display for parents of pull in his coat tail. His pal
NAS Jax and moved to NAS Cecil Field Monday.them .
<< on
locally-based VP-30, and Lcdr. : the children and their friends at heard the door slam and inquired -
The detachment will completeits
George Dittman, to Naval Post schedule by returning here to overcome take off and Building 722 last Friday, repre- ,

Graduate School in California. after the classes at Cecil. landing emergencies. However, senting the summation of the two "Yeah, like who just got in,
on the ground 100 knots of air weeks of work. man?"
THE COMPLETE mobile outfitcan
speed is needed for safe ejection. -..
1 "' t I\. I fl' f- arrive at its destination and
J:: -
\' t; ; functional at all
Completely
be set for training in one-half
.. up
:' f\ 1\. [ hour. altitudes, with special provisionsto

:,,:",,,... The course offered by the detachment permit free fall to a safe altitude }

Sunday, July 31. 1960 is 3% days of maintenance if used above 13 thousandfeet
on the Martin-Baker ejec- the unit is operational at
ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL speeds ranging from 100 to 450
tion seat as installed in the F9F-
0830-Service of WonhJp.ona.Sunday .
8T aircraft and 4 hours of fa- knots. : >,::.'
School :f :: '
three- :
miliarization. One-half second after the pilot
year-olds through adults, Build- During the course the studentsrip pulls the, face curtain, the
ing 722 Adult Bible Class
; Chaplain -
the seat apart and put it seat is fired some 70 or 80 feet
Wolfe
in Small Chapel.
0930--.!Service of Worship. back together, said J. T. Miller, into the air. Two small umbrella-

1100-.Service of Worship. AMCA, instructor. sized drouge 'chutes are fired automatically Lti; ti; 4

1830-. AM's, AME's and PR's attend preventing the seat
Teen-Age, Senior High
Fellowship the class. While the detachmentwas from tumbling.
and United Fellow-
ship of Pntestants: Building 722 here the students came from The pilot's personal nylon can-

and Small Chapel. NAS Jax and various squadrons opy is unlocked, automatically,

based here. and billows for thane and a

ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL The ejection seat was developed quarter seconds after the drouge ,

0830 and 1000-Sunday Maw. by the British in WWII and 'chutes are triggered unless the ,

was considered by the Navy as ejection is above 10 to 13 thou

ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL early as 1946. The fully automatic sand feet. I

Navel Hospital rig was first accepted by the

061SConfessions.06roMass. RAF. It is now'' used by most of Two cannibals met in a mental

: the world's air forces. : institution. One was tearing out

.
0930-1015--Java Club. The first live test of the seat in pictures of men, women and ----- -
this NATC Patux- children from a magazine, stuffing AT BIBLE SCHOOL-The annual Vacation Bible School
1030-Protestant Worship Serv- country was at held at All Saints Chapel each summer ended last week with
ice. ent River, Md. on Aug. 28, 1957. them into his mouth and display of handicraft on Biblical stories made by students at the a

THE EJECTION seat enables eating them. two-week school. Shown above are sons and daughters of Naval
Christian other "Is personnel, (from left) Patty Craig, Pam Shaver Ken Cruise
"Tell said the
Science pilots to eject at low altitudes me, ,
Betsy Moore and Wayne Wagner with Instructor Miss Kay
Tuesday, 1900, Small Chapel. and on the ground it enables this dehydrated stuff any good?" Christensen, (standing.)





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B. energetic conservation program aimed at reclaiming'

C, Casa Linda Lake for fishermen is making slow, but definitely -

.., sure progress as it reaches the half-way mark.
.. <, ,
's'F ,
Y'' : ::}r3w?: : >%e: 'K:4:' ?: :: }> -
y:.Vic, + M1 Starting last with the
or .a, Y.2.3, irT. .gk} year
} from the of Interior'sBureau
:, ,. draining of the languid "water Dept. the
V. i<:+Yiix
?
'.: ; :. .v ti.tY: ;+,:+n. < ;:;:k:;::; ? .. ,':+.:+
fi. } }: of Fisheries and
N, ::?<: : .:;rk?%.,.5;?' .:, }:::}r:,: hole" and poisoning of fish and Sports

J. : .. : yJ :;::4s,':ry,4.ys:. 5'> weed vegetation, the program has Wildlife.
:' r.?cr;,{'SYYi''%v I The Bureau makes check of
L. SXrx:::,5A and is a
rY? momentum
gained Gaming -
%:'}.:,u:.{.': Rts'n..;: Sy: .,':...:,: : %:;;;?:{:: ; w; 5. the lake three! months
11 r vi: }: many a hopeful angler aboard once every ,
the Station to develop a seriouscase taking samples of the water to

ll- of "fishitis" although the make sure there is nothing affecting -

to day when a fisherman can drop a proper growth of the

r8 line in the drink is still a year small fish.

away. The Bureau is also periodically

S8d WATER LEVEL of Casa Linda, checking the size of the fish and

a natural lake which borders the their spawning habits.

,tsJp a golf, course and chapels area, was When the reclamation projectis
lowered six feet last July and complete the lake will againbe

then a thorough seining and open for fishing. This shouldbe

graduated gill net program was about July 1961, perhaps a
NO PLAY AT PLATE-Parris Island's Bill McNair (left) undergone to take a "census" of: Jong way' oft but well worth
crosses plate with one of the six unearned runs his mates the fish population there. waiting for.
:h The 'Word' Is I garnered off shaky Jax Navy fielding in the first of a two.
31 game series between the PI Devil Dog and Jax Navy at Mason Weed vegetation along banksof
to Field Sunday and Monday of this week. PI won the game, 8-4, the lake was killed and a fer- 679th HOSTS
Recreation At and went on to cop the second fray also 122. Jax Navy catcher tilization program started in the
is Tommy Kirchoff with Buck Carter umpiring.
water itself to control the growthof AF TOURNEYThe
in
Sp. ServicesThe weeds there and to stimulate 679th Air Force unit
e-
)4S8 Fliers Remain Jittery growth of algae which aids in aboard the Station is playing
Special Services Depart- ? .
controlling weeds.In host for the Southeast Zone

isIs ment at the Naval Air Technical Marines Win PairParris December, after it was as Softball Tournament with al

Training Unit is responsible for / certalned the approximate number the action taking place on En-

"lion's and of fish in the water, terprise FIeld.ChampIonship.
a share" of recreation activities Island's Devil Dogs swept their season's series type

es for personnel at the train- with Jax Navy, copping the two Jacksonville games in the the lake was poisoned so as t o play started
almost fresh start in Monday, with four teams entered -
have an
ing unit. five-games series, 8-4 and 12-2, Sunday and Monday at Ma- populating the body ot water. in the double elimina-
Iso Field.
Although a great many peopledo son their lat Mason Field. No results were THE CHEMICAL solution usedto tion duel. Teams are 76th
The Fliers continued
not realize it, Special Services available at time. Fighter Squadron of McCoy
shaky fielding sprees, commit- press poison the water merely cutoff
covers a wide variety of tasks
AFB 660th at McDill, 691st
the of to the ,
3Ie. and ting a pair of costly muffs in the supply oxygen
responsibilities. located at Cross City, Fla. and
third frame of the opener to allow gilled creatures and they were
Among these are included issuing six Marine runners to cross 10 IRrsz:1: forced to the top where they the host 679th AC&W.In .

ss of sports equipment, or- home plate. died. This did not harm the edNavyAir the first round, the 76th
- ganization and supervision of intramural picked up a 1-0 victory over
1. Name'the ible species of fish in regards to
HERRINGTON base-
PAPPY was major league
'
1Il
sports, and performing 679th behind the one-hit
eating quality however.
giving only ball player who the ,
maintenance winning pitcher, up pitched most of Bill Foure. Sam
on sports gear.: pitching
three hits, walking six and whif- one-hit games. Walter Scotlis, chief-in-charge,
I lawkins took the loss, although -
Paul Weber, SF1, took over as fing eight batters. Jax Navy scor- reports, in fact, that several
r- 2. Was Babe Ruth a southpawor giving only 2 hits
up
1etg man in charge last month, a so- ed a singleton in the seventh and large tasty morsels were pulled
right-handed pitcher? The second saw the
called "greenhorn" at this busi- three in the eighth.PI from the surface, with some cat- game
ness but is reported to be doinga in 3. What major league park has fish said to weigh i about 30 660th topple the 691st, 4-2, as
scored its last two
j- runs Don Doegele four hits
gave up
tremendous job. the longest distance from home pounds.
the eighth. Don Ward, losing and two walks and struck out
to Weber's only experience in this pitcher, issued a total of 11 hits plate to the center field fence? The lake was stocked with 11.

a.l line before going to NATTUnitwas while pasing three. 4. Who is the commissioner of some 3,000 new fish in March of

r- in helping to establish a BUD MILLER of PI faced Joe major league baseball? this year. And Casa Linda receives -

hobby shop at Cubie Point. Williams on the mound for the (Answers to Quiz) a good fertilizing about Braves{ Ready For

n, Assisting him here are R. G. Monday game. The latter absorbed every two weeks.

Bethune, AA, and J. D. Waltrip, the loss, allowing a, dozen 'slol: JlJ ':> pioj '1 THE RECLAMATION projectis Tourists ColumbiaThe
hits, walking five and hitting ,.e, I9t> 'wnJPvIS aexUVA( .t being conducted by NAS Jax ,

SA.As acting director of NATT three bastmen. 'h\vdqlnoS 'Z Special Services Dept., headed by Jacksonville Braves begin

\\1 Unit athletics, Weber wishes to Jax Navy scoring came in the 'LI 'l'n'.1 qog puvluel '1 Lcdr. Charles Hooper, with help' a home stand Saturday night at

encourage all hands at the train- fifth inning when Sid Kramer led the local ball park against! a'pair

ing unit to make use of the facilities off proceedings with a single, Ben of formidable Sally League foes.

available. Grast was safe on a fielder's Force PigskinTilt The Asheville Tourists provide

choice, Gene Vargo doubled and opposition for the locals July 30,

Mixed Doubles Bob Gadson singled. Move To NYThe 31 and Aug. 1 with the Columbia
Bowling May
Jax Navy was slated to face Gems moving in for games ,Aug.
Being Held On FridaysMixed the Ft. Gordon Signalaires Tuesday 2-4. '

doubles jackpot bowlingis and Wednesday of this week N a v y is considering ably meet also with officials of Manager Red Murff's Braves
shifting its football with other cities," Capt. Coward
being held weekly on Fridaysat game
thick of
were in the a fight to
1900 at the Mainside Lanes. Entry List Small the Air Force Academy this declared. stay in the league's first divisionas

Everyone is welcome to parti- Tennis MeetFive fall from Baltimore to Yankee Navy has a contract to play of last week and much'should
For
Stadium in New York.
the Air Force game in Balti-_
cipate in this activity, which is hinge on the upcoming series
entries have been receivedso The Navy is spurred by the
more, however, and Capt.
< sponsored by the Enlisted Men's with Asheville and Columbia..
a far for the NAS Jax Novice huge 67,000-plus attendance at oward said the Navy would
', Wives Bowling League. Tennis Tourney scheduled to last fall's Army-AF pigskin back up its commitment andwouldn't Weekday games start at 1930at

begin Monday at the Navy Ex- battle held at "The House make a change without the ball park with doubleheaders -

Keg Meeting ResetThe change courts. That Ruth Built." : first talking to Baltimore getting underway at 1830
and Sunday tilts. at 1500.
organizational meeting for Marine Aviation Detachmentleads The announcement on the :Dfllcials.

Mainside fall bowling leagues, with three entries with one proposed site change was As part of a program designd -
from the Hospital and one from made by Capt. Asbury "Red" TIDE
originally listed for 0930 tomor- to bring back major college TABLEHIGH
row resched- Mainside. The entry list closes Coward, Director of Athleticsof
(Friday) has been football to the nation's largest -
uled for 1300 the same day. tomorrow (Friday.) the Naval Academy.He city, New York spokesmenare LOW
said that Navy would
Representatives of all units Anyone interested in competingin like to play in New York as also talking to Army and A.M. P.M. A.M P.M.

Planning to enter fall bowling this "first-of-a-kind" tourna- well as in Chicago. "Our aimis Syracuse officials in hopes Fri. 1J:34 11:48: 517 5:40:

competition at Mainside shouldbe ment should contact Frank Mc- to share our schedule with their 1960 clash can be sched- Sat. .__- 12:25 6:05: 6:37:

present for the meeting, in Caffrey, Mainside athletic direc- the country and we'll prob- uled for the Stadium, too. Sun. '12:39: 1:19 6:58: 7:39to
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A .08 8 JAX AIR NEWS 28

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I _ With TheToastmasters
I T Just Like We Humans, AutomobilesCan .



I Hidden AilmentsIs
1I I Develop Many

From socialist straight Jacketsto

your car sick? About two all kinds of accidents cars suffer the extra wear and tear the road to riches, was the
,
) VPR w..tll'"% out of every five cars are, even attacks of "vehicle virus"in your car will take in vacation range traveled by speakers at
' 1. What
southern state still retains -
though they may not show it. 10 crucial areas: driving can cause serious
of the
the stars and bars of the "Sick cars have hidden ail- trouble." Tuesday night's session

Confederate flag in its ''state flag? ments the same as sick humans Brakes, headlights, rear What are some of the dan- Civilian Toastmasters at Karl
lights and turn signals, tires,
do, said the National Hellenthal's Restaurant.
conditions that can
2. The first U.S. warship to be I gerous
steering and wheel alignment,
built from the keel up as an air- Safety Council today. "The exhaust system and muffler turn up in a n automobile John Lindberg warned of the
,
,
\ periodic safety check is
the
craft carrier was (a) the Enter- windshield wipers glass, horn without the owner's realiza- I trend and swing toward Social-

prise; (b) the Long Island; (c) only way to disclose such ailments and rear view mirror."A tion? ism in this country and pointedto

the 'Yorktown; (d) the Ranger. just as the periodic visit MINOR auto ailment," Improperly aimed headlights, England's troubles with this
to the doctor Is the to
3. The Monroe Doctrine dates turn up hidden health way prob- says the Council, "can easily deteriorating hydraulic brake philosophy in his "Friends in So-

from what year? What President? lems.". become major under the stress lines, defective tires plus a cialist Straight jackets." Ezra

What did it state? ACCORDING to the Council, and strain of turnpike driving. host of other auto ailments Batte whipped up enthusiasm fora

4. What product of the set exported a 'non-governmental agency And even if you don't travel that, if undiscovered and not two-party system in the South
from Maine brings in the by pointing to the failure of
organized in 1913 to prevent on the high-speed highways, corrected, can lead to trouble.
most per pound? either major political party to

1, 5. ,Name the four Czarist prov- fairly represent the South in his

inces that were established as Five FromContinued "Get Off the Calf Path;" Andy

Baltic republics after WWI? Planey took issue with the modern -
_
j Which is still independent? ( from Page 1)) 4) notion that since "my familyhas

6. Is the Pentagon in Washington 1'1[ a thrill to see the water churn, ( : always been average, there

larger or smaller than the : the green smoke and then the has never been any wealth in our

Empire State Building? When I missile zooming upward." family. I can never be a million-

was it finished? I II I The crew from. Jax was responsible aire." He pointed to the successof

7. What and when was the first for the installation of many of our youngsters in disregarding -

J use -of "mines" in U.S. military all equipment used by press' "t4r" 4" obstacles and making

history? representatives. "We only had a II 44 4 4 a "cool" million in his "Road to

., 8. What U.S. President died few:, hours notice," said the chief, 4. .4. '.'' : Riches" talk; while E. K. Mc-

only one month after his inauguration "to get the equipment ready and Ilrath .extemporaneously expounded -

? get down to the Observation Island on why he hadn't pre-

." 4.' pared a speech in his talk entitled -
9. The !sun is (a) a star (b) a .. "
"We took four Model ANFGC- .:.4' "The Color of My Face.
planet (c) a galaxy (d) a meteor.
9 teletype machines and one AN/ Toastmaster for the eveningwas
(Answers To Questions) 4'
URA-8 for receiving. John Will, with Junior Teske
1. MississippL
handling table topics. Master
2. (d) the
Ranger. Orange Park Seeking 4; ,, evaluator was Paul Mori, with
3. 1823. James Monroe. It said 44 Ken Bill Clearman
Teachers Scales, Steve
the U. S. would not tolerate fur- Elementary ,, 4'. ,
.
Park 'l' f. Walsh and Paul Ames as individual -
,\ Iher attempts by Europe to colon Orange Elementary School ; 4' 4'4'j,4' 4. '
critics.
ize in the American continents. announces that it has openingsfor ,. 4.
a third grade and a fourth .4. .., ;",, ..
4. Marine worms, used as bait
for port fishermen. grade teacher. Marines Fire

5. Finland, Lithuania, Estonia, Applicants desiring either position ;
Latvia. All but may call CO 4-4921, Orange -
Finland
have been DO-IT-YOURSELF BEAUTIFICATION Impressed with
reabsorbed by Russia Park Elementary School or the property improvement program being conducted by the BullpupFrom

6. Three times as large January CO 4-9866, office of the Clay NAS Jax Operations Dept., two civilian employees of the department -
County Superintendent.Male took it upon themselves to plant attractive vegetation
1943. around several tall palm trees on Operations grounds. Mrs 'Copter
7. The floating of kegs of power Virginia Uzzell, (left) of Flight Clearance, and Mrs. Doris
on the Delaware River to seahorses at. Marineland, O'Kelly, of Material, put finishing touches to plants they set I Successful launching of Bull-
Fla., near St.Augustine,frequently out on their own time after working hours.
destroy the British fleet: on Jan. pup air-to-surface missiles from
give birth to young in the exhibition -
5, 1777. helicopters promises Marine
tank. The babies developIn
8. William Henry Harrison. Corps assault troops an additional -
the father's brood pouch after CIVIL SERVICENews
of and defensive
offensive
9. (a) a star.Admiral the eggs are placed there by the source -
female seahorse. firepower.

I ,, .... Fired while a Marine Corps Si-
Appointments ,... .." ;- .'":L"'" '!!..l...' 1 i In ReviewIn
'
<
: korsky HUS-l helicopter hovered -
Made'By White House
at 1,500 feet, the fiery-tailed
Vice Adm. John H. Sides, now addition to the pay raise for( :
missile within inches ofa
Hiss Bill to restrict denial of civ- splashed
Director of the Weapons Systems classified employees, which wOl
4 disk in
target 10,000 yards out
il service annuities to involving
cases -
Evaluation Group in the Defense ..4'I be reflected in F rId a y 's pajr
Chesapeake Bay.
national security. At
Department, will become Com- checks, a number of employeebills pre-
sent anyone convicted of a felony Once launched, the pilot guidesthe
mander-in-Chief of the Pacific were passed in this sessionof
Fleet on Sept. 1. Congress. is denied retirement benefits Bullpup to its target by a
I even though he has rehabilitated switch on his control stick.Radio

The White House announce- t,, : '. %$ ?.4.'C' Among the bills passed were himself and established a good controlled, the missile can be

ment said Adm. Herbert G. .. .9. that which gives employees over- record over of serv-
Hop- : :cqts,?%,.: many years steered up, down or to either
wood, now C-in-C Pacific Fleet, L seas the right to their old job ice. Considered too liberal by side during its flight. Flares in
back when return to the
they Senate and recommitted to committee -
the rear section help the pilot
would retire that
on date. states, the measure to raise retired which sent it back to Sen-
4 keep the missile clearly in sightas
At the same time, President annuities for those wh.( ate floor without change.HE it streaks toward the target.
1 have earned the maximum
Eisenhower nominated : : annuity -
Rear 1341 Authorizes list of Before the copter tests, the
but keep on working, an.1
Adm. Frank OJBeirne, currently 4.' the bill to provide extra travel safety devices which must be Bullpup had been fired only from

Director of Operations, JCS, for :; expenses for employees ,hired to( carried on all federal vehicles. such fast planes as the Navy's

the rank of vice admiral and announced fill shortage-category jobs. Expected to be approved by Sen- Douglas A4D and the North
ate. American FJ-4B.
he will succeed Vice I However, a number of bills

Adm. William L. Rees as, Com- passed one or both Houses but HR 3151-Permits governmentto The missile is effective against

mander of the Naval Air Forces, .4I were not cleared for the Presi- withhold municipal income tax such ground targets as tanks,
1 from salaries of federal workers
pillboxes, airfield installationsand
dent before Such bills include
Atlanta. Adm. I recess. -
Rees is scheduledto 4r working in cities with a population bridges.The .
4' :
retire Oct. 1.AE'A' of more than 50,000. Awaiting -
44'*.4 4 HR 5196-Hikes per diem from committee action in Senate. Marine pilots reported no

44.x $12 to $15 per day. Senate struck stability problems with the helicopter -
School HR 543-Guarantees an em- and said control of
out the section of the House version the
(Continued from Page 1)) which boosted mileage allowance ployee receiving a grade promo- missile was no more difficult than
tion a increase at least equalto
pay. from a fixed-wing aircraft.
plaining the intricate from 10 to 12 cents. Expected -
designs *#' '4 "4 twice the amount of a step increase -
used to make test equipment.In .4 : I to be cleared in August. in his old grade. Many
Jax Activities
operation only a few months, HR-12383 Liberalizes payments workers have complained that

the Phase V workship, locatedin '1 -, to employees or survivorsof they had reteived so many step (Continued from Page 1))

Building 422, is hoped to be MIXING SEASONS-Lovely employees injured or killed In increases that a promotion to I $4,200; NAS Cecil Field reported

able to be used Erika Toth really excels at on-the-job accidents. Bill passed next grade didn't mean much in I $2,686 reached against a goal of
in for
the future winter sports even though she House and is awaiting Senate way of pay increase. House committee $5,460; while Green Cove Springs
I
all maintenance problems the looks mighty nice in a bathing committee action.
suit. The 19-year-old cutie cuts has approved bill and it I Naval Station, in striving to attain -
phase may have. some nifty figures on ice, teo. HR-4601 Amends so-callei goes to the House floor. $2,430, collected $662.







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