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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: December 1, 1960
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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STRENGTH BOOST FOR NAVY.IS OKAYED



The Navy will start beefingup President Eisenhower gave serve Association in Seattle, cent more are needed to mana sell said he believes that without -

its manpower rolls come the go-ahead for the increase Wash., that "the fact ships in Farragut-class frigate thana the so-called "interservice

next July 1 after being authorized in Navymen as a result of every class are getting bigger conventional destroyer.The bickerings" the Polaris mis-

to raise its person- pleas for more men to carry means we need more peoplein Navy also requires two sile could not be a reality.

nel force to 633,000 during out duties of that service. almost every ship. full crews for each Polaris And he stated that thereare

fiscal 1962. Vice Admiral James S. Rus- As examples, he cited facts submarine because, said Adm. no plans at this time to

A hike of 14,000 persons has sell, Vice Chief of Naval Oper- that the Navy requires a 30 Russell, "The endurance of the form any new attack bomber

been ,okayed. The Navy's authorized ations and the .Navy's second percent increase in people to machine is greater than the squadrons as part of the .new

strength for fiscal ranking officer, said in a recent man a Forrestal-class carrier endurance of humans.. policy of emphasizing the use

1961, which we are in now, is ;speech at the national over that needed for an Essex- On other subjects coveredin of attack bomber, instead of

619,000., convention of the Fleet Re- class carrier. Forty-two per71p his Seattle talk, Adm. Rus- fighter, planes.




Christmas Is




Focal Point J11X



At Exchange



With the passing of Thanks-

giving folks are thinking more Vol. 18' No. 39 U. S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 1 December 1960
of Christmas and the Navy
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Exchange is no exception to .
::
}

this.Three boxcars of choice Cana- ; No Mass RecallDependents Of

dian spruce trees are scheduledto

arrive here for sale by Dec-

cember 12.
SeenThe
THE BIG ,selection of Christ-

mas trees will be sold at the

Tennis Courts located at the

corner of Mustin Road and Yorktown military departments are proceeding with plansto

on the Station's "main .. :: ..: implement President Eisenhower's directive to reduce the

drag." The trees will be very number of dependents of military and civilian personnel

reasonably priced, reports Ex-! overseas. ing those already abroad.In .
change officials. The President has ordered a
regards to Navy, Marine
They will be on sale Monday: ; gradual return to this countryof Corps and Coast Guard dependents -

through Friday, 0900 to 1630 k- some 284,000 dependents. The these facts seem clear at
and each plan is scheduled to begin Jan-
Saturday from 0900to this time:
1300. uary 1 at the rate of 15,000 re-
There will be recallsof
no mass
it.v h 'y i'Y
turning a month for the next 19
On Thursday, December 15, military dependents to the
the trees will be sold from 0900to months. It will leave a ceiling United States. In most cases, families -
2000. : of 200,000 overseas.
will come home on normal
".*".*.Puzzled what } : NEEDLESS TO say, the direc-
over to give : 4 Y.ti 'tfL rotation with their sponsor:
those relatYves and friends back tJve has caused concern and anxiety -
The Navy has about 33,500 de-
military personneland
among
home this Christmas?
pendents overseas and the Ma-
civilian employees contem-
THE NAVY Exchange is offer-
rines have about 2000 while the
pleting overseas duty, not count.
ing an Indian River citrus fruit
T. T",,,, ..,..., ,,_._''' w.___........ '---__ _._._ I Coast Guard has only 700.
gift package that might be an
answer to the gift'problem.. RCAF VISITS JACKSONVILLE A detachment of men MOST MOVEMENTS back to
The fruit from.the Royal Canadian Air Fore is visiting HAS Jax on a Navy NumbersAre I the States will be made as the
package be ordered
can training mission. Host for the group is Patrol Squadron 18.
at the Personal Services Shop Fit. Sgt. K. Thorburn (center) and Sgi. W. H. Robertson discuss IncreasedThere tour of the sponsor ends. This

(Watch Repair Office), Building servicing problems of their Argus airplane following their will bring the families back over
3; NATTUnit Navy arrival here Sunday. Looking on at left is Comdr. W. Huddles were 2,502,145 mem- the next 19 months.
Exchange,
c ton, acting executive officer of VP.18.
bers of the Armed Forces on
Two other that will
Building 554,\ and the Naval steps pro.
Hospital Exchange, Building October 31, according to.,the bably be taken by the Sea Serv-

H209. Many Holiday Events Dept. of Defense. This is an ices in complying with the edictof
increase of
10,108 over strengthat
cutting down military
The package contains oranges, dependent -
end of
grapefruit and tangerines all September. numbers overSeas will be to
,
ChildrenMany The Navy's members were
Planned For return before
from the lush Indian River some sponsors com-
with 624
628,362 compared ,
country of Florida. pleting their normal tours, and
of the squadrons and units based aboard NAS 895 on September 30. Marine the curtailment of dependents

ALSO, ANTIFREEZE of the Jax are planning Christmas parties for dependent and und- Corps figures showed 176,948as going overseas.
best quality is on sale at
very compared with September's
reasonable prices at the Navy erprivileged children this month. 175,919. This no-family edict will apply
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Exchange Service Station, Build- One of the largest parties will -early arrival aboard a fire engineto (Please turn to Page 6, Col 1))

be held at the Naval Hospital .. ..
ing 26.The distribute candy, ice cream i+:..},'}:*v': -} *'*:.SH ay'nA.aw:r
where 250 children of staff
Navy Exchange is offer- per- and gifts.A .
sonnel will be feted on Decem-
ing an added service by having dance 'revue featuring some
ber 22. Santa Claus will makean
certain stores remain open until 17 children dubbed "Pixies of
to distribute candy
2000 Tuesdays and Thursdays appearance Sixties" will round out the pro-
and gifts. The kiddies will also
beginning next Tuesday, Decem- gram.
be treated to a half hour movie,
ber 6.The. THE FLEET Air Wing Eleven
"Spirit of Christmas.
Hospital Exchange will be annual children's Christmas Par-

open on Tuesday nights and NAVAL AIR Technical Train- ty is scheduled for this Satur-

Mainside Exchange and Toylandwill ing Unit plans to entertain dependent day, Dec. 3. from 1400 to 1600

be open on Thursday nights, children at,King Hal on at Hanger 140. The Party is for

all until 2000.Additional Saturday Dec. 17 at 1000. RangerHal the children of all personnel attached -

shopping time will local TV personality, will be to the Staff and squad-

be allowed by having all stores master of ceremonies for the rons of(i the Wing.

remain open until 1300, Satur- event. Candy and toys will be given

'days, December 17 and 24. Santa Claus is slated for an (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1))



I Jet-Age Changes Made In AE 'B' School CurriculumAlthough --I --T : ,

it has finished the
{in Transistor Theory. of transistors is thoroughly cov- ,
regular course of study, Class
Most of the "B" school stu-
ered in the course. }
6013 of Aviation Electrician'sMate ._ ._.. ._
dents never had studied transistors 'To"N N 5 y n
School, Class B, is stayingon Class 6013 is the first class to
a subject which has only THANKSGIVING DINNER-C. J. Glaraton, (left, rear)
at the Naval Air Technical recently been indoctrinated into enter the course which will be AEC of NAS Jax Aircraft Maintenance Dept.. enjoys a bountiful
Training Unit. given every "B" school class feast with members of his family at the Mainside mess hall
"A" school l curriculum.The Thanksgiving Day. Some 3.000 bluejackets, families and friends
The class graduated from the course consists of 33 from now on. consumed 2500 pounds of turkey and 750 pounds of ham plus

NATTUnit school last week but hours of lectures and seven Teaching the .new course are all the traditional fixings. Left to right, (clockwise) art Clara-
ton's daughters. Carla Robin and Delores Rene chief Glaralon
is still at the training unit, tak- hours laboratory work. Con- instructors T. C. Ash, ATC, andC.
his wife, Joan. Mrs. Dorothy Soldberg. and hil'oth.r daughters
ing a one-week extensive course struction, operation and testing E. Graviett, ATC. Mary Kay and Cleric Ann.



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Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS 1 December 1960
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IJ"A SMAS Planning Ahead Saves, You If Ya'



From Serious indebtednessEd. Ask UsWhat

Jemee L Commending Officer
Comdr. Robert Neleon teedy! ____ Executive Officer: ( This Is the last in a series of articles concerning legal do you consider
NAB Stxt Fleet. Ak Jeckee.vflle problems of Navymen, written by Comdr. Nathan Cole, Jr., NAS to be
a.., Adm. Kenne *i Craig ____ ___ ________ _____ Commands Jax Legal Officer.) the biggest 'pet-peeve' when
Cept. Gr.y tonH. Weber ______________ Chief of Stiff, FelrJw to the command caring for -natients?
Capt. Netion M. Heed _. Chief of Steff NAB Six Complaints stallment charges, interest and That was the question
indebtedness take asked
FUet Air Wing Eleven concerning
insurance make the
Capt. R.nfro Turner, Jr. -- Commander up a great deal of valuable car actuallycost this week of hospital personnel
Capt. Murlin W. Alley -- Chief Stiff Office time which could well be $1100 and you have to make at the Naval Hospital. I
Naval Air Technical Training Unit 24 monthly payments of $45
Cap Robert J. Flaming Commanding Officer spent on the government'sbusiness. each. "I think (it) is disobedience.
Comdr Marion K. Smith Executive Offletf: They reflect adver- You tell the patients to do one
Naval Hetptol the whole If your monthly takehomepay
sely on Navy as a
thing and
Capt. William L Engelmen Commanding Officer is $200 and obligate they
Cept. John 0.: Feder _____. _________________ Executive Officer and they can under certain you always do
NARTU circumstances subject the in- yourself to pay out $195 each
Capt. F. H. Holt Commanding Officer: dividual concerned to disci- month, it is obvious that sooneror something else.
Comdr. William M. Millar Executive Officer: later something will come up Such as when
plinary action or undesirable
tell
you
themto
Printed commerdalh/ non-appropriated fund In Jacksonville, Florida at no discharge.IT and you won't be able to meet
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P45 Rev. July 158. your obligations. From that point 4: t:: straighten up
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian pertonnel of Fleet Air Jackaonvllle, IS possible under given cir- things usually get worse.A their beds they
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical 1 Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air cumstances for anyone to get seem to dis-
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hoipltal. few simple rules will save "
over-indebted. The likelihood of appear. .
Al.Vreden
Service Information Officer Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnb Jr. much grief: "
this happening becomes more b urg bert
Editor-Gordon Assistant Service Robbie Information; Feature Editor-Mae Officer -__Spencer, J01 Andrew Staff H.Reporten-Sendy Pkney remote, however, with every con- ((1)) IF AT ALL possible, save burg HN. Ward A-3, E-

Martinson, JOSN; Sam Bowman, SN. Photographer-Joy Beccarl, PH2. scious effort to think and plan periodically and then buy for "I work in the vnr.len-I

Th. Jax Air New la a member of the Armed Force Press Service. Material ahead. If you buy a used car cash. When you do this the item and I find that patients
appearing. In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs, for $795 and think only of the belongs to you, not the finance want to know about
mless otherwise credited *
are cffidf1 U. Navy Photographs.Editorial .
---
--
$10 down payment you can find company, and you may save 25% they are to
offices. located In Room 230 Main Admlnlsfration Building. Phone exHnslon -
SI64, AM, 272 or 216. yourself in trouble when the inPROMOTED to 50% in total cost to you. receive. Also,

I (2) If you must buy on installments such things as
Photo Lab Plays .ewer.A' think about the long what time their

range aspects of your plan,. not booster shot is

r just the immediate benefit to due. Theseare
Important RoleInNATTULife x
you. hard to ex-

((3)) Don't buy just to keepup plain when the

with the next-door neighbors. room is crowded -
( They may be "in hock up to ; there is no fX':;,:-:*'; "I.c*:*:::*

The photo lab at the Naval their ears." time for answering these Perry ques-

Air Technical Training Unit is (4) Deal with reputable tions then. Joel Perry, HN Inoculation I

often coming into the spotlight firms who will ,back 'up their Out Patient Dept
while serving as a valuable mem-
product or service. If in doubt "Sometimes it seems as thoughr
ber
of the
Aids
Training Team.
check with
about the
reputation ; ;: : +S}
parents are
Under supervision of W. R. Better Business Bureau.
l i more of a
Weaver, PH2, and R. H. Jaynes,
PH3, the Lab works in coopera- ((5)) MAKE SURE you read ii problem than
tion with the Training Aids carefully and understand thorou- 1 the children.

Shop and contributes much to : ,.r ghly every written contract or I They are so

schools in the way of trans- >> / obligation you enter into. If you JO' concer ned
parent slides. don't like it or don't understand about their .
.
it 'take it- to assist- children that it
When a certain slide is ,felt your legal .: :!
1. { :
essential to provide information I. ance officer for explanation. !i<.:.c;:<:<.,,..'..<.'y":.:,):<".,,,:,.''>.'>A',1": ,.:x is sometimes
""" '""
pertaining to a circuit, machineor AT VA-16S-Nine men from Jacksonille's ((6) If you have the slightest Robinson; distractingwhen
aircraft part, the school in newest squadron, VA-165, were promoted to new rates. Displaying doubt about a "deal" seek caring for the youngsters."
question puts in a ,request to new stripes and promotion certificates are front row advice before entering into the Rosalie Robinson HN Pediatric
(left to right) Vincent Salfi. ADJ3 Milton Wai, AN, and Rich- deal. Afterwards it be too Clinic, Out Patient Dept. ,
Training Facilities Department. ard Jacobsen. SN. Rear, Thomas Dean, CSIi Jimmie Young may
From here it goes to the AG3: Ewell Nelson AEM2; Francis Quinn, ADR3; Keith Mal- late._ "Kids are the craziest, people!

Training Aid Shop. Here I it can CAG linson.-16,SN has and been Robert in existence Cook only AD2.since VA-165 Sept., a 1.component of ((7)) If you run into trouble Sometimes several persons are
be made into a large mockup or in paying a debt, go to the individual needed to con- Ss;

billboard. Or it may be drawnon I you owe, explain the trol a child, to

a sheet of white paper with Pearl Harbor Attack matter to him and tell him hold him down ,

heavy black lines. This is where frankly what you can and will while examining -

the Photo Lab comes in. do. Personal honesty on your him. Which

When this is done the resultis Survivors Are SoughtHow part usually will generate, personal proves the

sent to the Photo Lab where .,honesty and cooperation on point that

it's pinned to a board and a the other's part. children are

picture taken. After developing, around the many Jax service personnel and former service people ((8)) IF YOU ENTER into an stronger- than .
the area are survivors of the attack December 7 '
picture is printed on a adults! Lt. Bomberger.-
at Pearl Harbor? The agreement, have it put in writing.If .
transparent sheet, showing only Jacksonville-Duval County Civil De- the other party's intentionsare John Bomberger, (MC), Pediatric
fense Council would like to locate these
the drawn lines and peoole..
print. honest he won't object. Clinic, Out Patient Dept.
They will be honored guestsat
From the Photo Lab, the pic- Pearl Harbor Memorial Civil Civil Defense Council at EL 5- ((9) Be very cautious about ,
ture goes back to school and is a 9430 or by mail at 111 MarketSt. door-to-door salesmen. They Civil Defense Cardjould

put in a slide projector where It Defense Day in Jacksonvilleon prior to the meeting," says may be legitimate, but there are

is shown to students, making it Wednesday, Dec. 7 2000 at W. A. "Jack" Weatherford, CD many instances where people Be Read

easier to study and understand. the Prudential Auditorium."WE Council Director."As have bought things they didn't

WOULD like all survivors a group of men and wo- really want or need; where they All civilian employees aboard

THIS to get in touch with the men who survived the first shock have not received what (they the Station are being urged to
WEEK'SBRAINTWISTER
I of WWII and who contributed to thought they were buying; or read the fine print on their
the final triumph we think it where they ended up having to Civil Defense Emergency Instruction -
NATTU Voting particularly'appropriate to call pay more than they thought the Card (DD Form 886-1.)

Last year, Mr Morton was Facts ReleasedA attention to the nation's victory," cost to be. Alert your wife to At least once a year attentionis

twice as old as his son, John, IN ADDITION to Pearl Harbor this and both of you actively called specifically to para-
who was then five times as old post-election 'survey has survivors the Council will practice sales resistance. graph five on the reverse side
as his own son, Dicky.In revealed that 44.1 percent of awards -
sponsor an cermony for of the card which reads:
five years, John will be persons at NATTUnit eligibleto members of the Armed Forces FAETU's
vote actually did so. Training "If unable to reach any of the
three times
as old as Dicky. How Reserve organizations in the
old is each of these three per- A total of 235, including 176 Jacksonville area. Films Are Listed above installations' or if, after
sons today? who have reported voting by reporting to a military installation -
"These men and women of Armed Among the library, of own
(Answer on Page 4.) absentee ballot, cast ballotsin training of other than your
the recent general election.The Forces Reserve organizations" films available for checkout at department, that installation is
figures are given only Weatherford added, '"are trainingand FAETULant Detachment Two at unable to contact your own department -

Medical Inspection Team for personnel presently at the preparing themselves apart s MC 8991 A--Introduction to high then go to the near-

Finishes Hospital SurveyRear Training UnitWithout of the nation's bulwark a- speed flight. It clearly describes est post office and secure, fill
the turnover in gainst a surprise attack. Their why speed of sound affects high out and mail a "Federal Em-
Admiral C. Newman, student personnel occurring in I contributions are often taken for speed aircraft. ployees Registration Card."

Inspector General, Medical, and large numbers each month, granted. We think it fitting to Russia -- MD 6962 CI -- Documentary Persons should their
his'party concluded a limited honor these people on Pearl I keep
the percentage of those who history of Russia from Emergency Instructions Card (DD
survey of the. Naval Hospital voted would greatly increase. Harbor Memorial Day, Dec. 7" the time of the Czars to mod- Form 886-1) with them at all
November 15. concluded Weatherford.
em Communist Russia.
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I I New Leg Of Supply Transceiver Network Opened Here r 1 NATTU.. 'l


I The NAS Jax transceiver
network Admiral Craig sent a mess Jax for supply action. the network allows all records
a communications
'
l circuit connecting this station's age to Capt. R. E. Farkas, May- Two other transceiver circuits of outlying activities to be keptat .
port NS commanding officer. It from NAS Jax Supply serve NAS NAS Jax with data process- \
Supply Department
with those of other Southeast said in part, Sanford and NAS Glynco. A ing machines being used. l
l "Installation of this facility is fourth is to be installed April ;
Naval activities, has add- ALSO PRESENT at this morning's \ -.-
l another important step forwardin 1, 1961 and will connect with \j
ed the third of four proposed ceremony were Capt. Nel-
improving our techniques of NAS Atlanta. jAE
circuits. son M. Head, Chief of Staff,
managing and utilizing our mat- THE LOCAL network can be ComNabSix; Capt. J. J. DavisJr. "A" School Class 6026

THEJAX to Mayport trans- erial resourses." connected with a larger network ., NAS Jax Supply Officer; graduated last week with PIc.

ceiver leg was officially opened STRESSING ..importance of which connects the Naval Aviat- Capt. B. L. McCreery, NAS Jax James Chastin honorman. He

) this morning (Thursday) when supply support as the lifeline of ion Supply Office in Philadelpia! Assistant Supply Officer;.?. Ray had an 87.19 average. Class'

Rear Admiral Kenneth Craig, our Fleet operational forces, Ad- with all major Naval aeronautical Forrest, Planning Division Sup- leader was Bernard Paugh, AE3.

Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville -' miral Craig said that the addit- supply activities on the East ervisor; Blaine Feely, of Mach- Several new instructors have

and Commander Naval Air ion of Mayport NS to this trans- and Gulf Coasts. joined 'the school's staff, including -
ine Records Division Comdr. E.
;
, Bases, Sixth Naval District, cut ceiver network will allow instantaneous Voice messages or the trans- Benjamin Carpenter, AE1,
the traditional ribbon and trans- transmission of mat- mission of punched card requi- W. Scantlebury, NAS Jax Comp- an AE "B" graduate. New sup-

mitted the circuit's first mess erial requirements for both the sitions can be handled on the troller, and Lt. J. S. Vishneski port personnel are Walter Haz-

age. station and ,Fleet vessels to NAS NAS Jax transceiver outlet. And Jr., NAS Jax Fiscal Officer. elton Jr., AA, and Donald No-

wicki, AA.

Class 6033 was honor class for
'Swiss Family'Goodloe Xmas Bonus the second week in a row last

week. Average for the .two

PlansCaribbean weeks has been 866 and 886.

Given By EM Class leader is G. Oppenheimer,

TripWant AN. '

This class, incidentally, has

to get away from it all? Benefit Assn. only nine men in it and is one
.
Well, that is just what the Good- of the smallest classes to be herein
AFPS The
Washington ( ) -
loe family plans to do next week. many months. Quite a disad-
Armed Forces Enlisted Personnel
Until recently, W. H. Goodloewas vantage when a whole dormitory
Benefit Assn. (AFEPBA), at its
employed by the Navy as has to be kept clean.
third annual meeting, declared a
a civil engineer attached to the AO School This school's
$45-per-member Christmas divi-
local office of the Resident OfR- ; training officer, Lcdr. D. E. Hil-
kest. dend. It also announced its mem-
cer-in-Charge of Construction. ton, has been promoted to com-
bership climbed 40 per cent during -
Goodloe, his wife Virginia and mander, retroactive to Septem-
the last fiscal year.A .
11-year-old son, Bill, will board bel' 1.Class.

their 40-feet sloop, "Black Dra- non-profit organization offering 6033 is honor class for

gon" and sail off for the Carrib- r. group life insurance, the the sixth time. Honorman is D.

bean. r'1 AFEPBA was reviewed by the W. Richards, AN, and class

THEY WILL be accompaniedby Department of Defense and has leader is D. J. Campbell, AN.

two other families on their approval to enroll members Leadership School-J. D. Vick-

own boats. throughout the Armed Forces. ers, A02, graduated from Lead-

Present plans are to hold clas- Method of Attach. Each member is covered by a ership School last week, along
IMPROVED DESIGN-An "Improved $10,000 life insurance for with M. J. AO1.
policy Kirby,
ses for the six children invol- ing and Detaching Thermal Curtain in A3D Aircraft" is the
ved, says Goodloe. "We have beneficial suggestion that has earned a $50 check for William death from any cause anywhere Following are recent "B"

quite an adequate library aboard, Neds, (left) of NAS Jax Overhaul and Repair Dept. Capt. in the world. The policies, according school grads retained here for
including that Thomas B. Haley O&R Officer listens as Neds explains his to the association, ar instructor duty D. A. Hull, AO1;
encyclopedias, so Idea. This suggestion has been given Bureau of Weapons ap
the children will be very well proval. Since in fad some 160 kits have been underwritten by one of the V. L. Johnson, AO1; G. J.

schooled. Of course, the trip in manufactured and paced in the supply system. largest life insurance companies Cinch, AO1; C. B. McMahon,

itself will be an education for in the United States. ADC.

the kids," he adds. Answers Given To Major All enlisted personnel on active -

The Black Dragon was built duty for a period longer than Hours Len thened

50 years ago in Southampton, six months are eligible to join
England. It has a draft of six Queries On Wage SurveyA the association.

feet and a beam of 12 feet. The Applications for membership At Air Ticket UnitThe
full-scale wage survey will be conducted by the Navy
boat has three sails and the and other information can be
with industrial firms in this to find out if
soon area wages District Passenger Trans-
Goodloes sail it
plan to most of obtained by writing AFEPBA,
the time. For emergencies a 50 paid certain Navy employees are out of line with those pre- Warner Bldg., Washington 4, portation Office at NAS Jax has

hp motor has been installed. Top vailing in private industry.The D. C. announced it will extend it's
increase in rates since
private
speed of the craft is eight knots. survey, which affects em- hours of operation to 1830 on
WHEN GOODLOE ployees of Naval establishmentswho last survey, a corresponding increase weekdays.The .
acquiredthe
boat about a year ago it was are paid in an hourly or will be given Navy un- "lIe's." serving on a Pacific Island Office, located in Building

pretty well run down. The mast daily basis, otherwise known as graded employees and super- "Which 13, at the main gate, is set up
collar workers is in one? to aid station
blue accordance holiday travelersin
was broken and the rigging had visors. "Alcatraz."
'been' removed. with Navy Department making commerical airline reservations -

The Dragon has been equippedwith policy. (Air News, Nov. 23.) and to issue tickets.
COMMON questions asked a- 'f Persons planning holiday travel -
a galley, head, shower, hot
bout such wage surveys include: jshould contact the Office as
water heater, refrigerator, 110
volt light plant, 2 way radio Q. When are full-scale wage I J :. I soon as possible to assure space

and .depth finder. surveys held? i reservations, it was pointed out.

"We have provisioned the boat A., They are held every three Local bus transportation will

for a year's, trip," said the mod- years. In the intervening years' be available from NAS Jax to

ern day Robinson Crusoe. "We wage change surveys are con- the railroad and bus stationsand

plan to sail to South America, ducted.Q. to Imeson Airport for large

stopping at the Virgin, Leeward, Who runs a full-scale # ; : riwg4 groups of leave parties. Times of
? departure for the buses
and Windward Islands. We are wage survey will be
definite A. A committee of represent- announced later.
not establishing any
reach Just atives of each CO of Naval act-
I schedule to any point.
going to cruise along leisurely, ivities in the area. Wage change NATTU Administrative

stopping where we wish. Longest surveys are normally conducted 4fr Assistant In MilestoneWalter
solely by the local Area Wage ,
trip between stops will be about ; rfxh4
and Classification Office. Rambo, Supervisory
ir.4
200 miles, he says. Adminstrative
Assistant the
"MY WIFE and I have thought Q. HOW ARE pay rates ob- ; Adminstrative
Officer at NATT-
about the trip for several years," tained from private firms? Unit
enters his 15th year of
continued the sailor, "but the A. Employees are selected by : .
employment at NAS Jax, 13 of
, other families just recently acquired CO's to serve as data collectorsand which have been spent at the

- their boats." alternates. These persons v Training Unit.

_ The families are taking along will visit Jacksonville firms and _yi <. '_. RffF"" When the activity moved to

1 conventional fishing gear, bow obtain rates on jobs comparableto HOP. SKIP AND JUMP-Could be the description that Memphis in 1948, Rambo transferred -
and arrow and harpoon. "We Navy Jobs.Q. Capt. Robert J. Fleming NATTUnit commanding officer. (left) to the Naval
- canned gives to the progress made by new Lt. E. H. Helveston as the Hospital.
plan to supplement our What firms are contacted? latter accepts the double bars of a full lieutenant. He was pro- He returned to his old "stamp-
goods with fresh caught fish. A. All large industrial firmsin moted to WO-1 in July of 1956 while in NAWS "O" School ing grounds in 1951.
r Goodloe says they hope to be this Ships Company. He was hiked to ensign in January of this
) able to write a series of articles area. year while aboard the USS Independence. Last Wednesday he Sweet young thing: "Does this
1 Each ship will Q. Is a pay raise assured was promoted to his new rank. Lt. Helveston Phase Officerat lipstick come off easily?"
on the voyage.
from a Jax ? HAWS "O" School skipped JG because he is a former war
keep a ,separate log for use in. survey rant officer. This enables him to continue senior to those war- Cosmetics clerk: "Not if you
the articles. A. IF THE survey shows an rants now being given commissions. put, up a good fight."



Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS 1 December I960


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Toys Can Be '''' ., r
tYt fMiClassified? "
; i I' I'I'I. '

,. .. .
": .. I. ....: :_" ,:: ".. ,'" ': ": : :
DangerousBoobyfrap ,".,..'
For Sal.

By Owner-3 bdrm house, 2 bath,
hdwd. firs., Ig. liv. rm., Cypress-pan,
Fla rm; Ig. cor. It, attra. home with
unique fir. plan. See to appreciate, at
: Cedar Hills Lt. Wathchyilon, SP 10999.
t
"Don't give your child a > EifI Sale by Owner-3 bdrm house, FHA,
boobytrap this Christmas!" ; ;' 2 baths, Fla., din. & liv. rm.. kit. with
..!!..;;.. .>...'; elec, range, 5 closets & 2 Ig. tin. closets,
That's the advice of the ., OJ?
'I'I: '."' ,;,,>,',,,;,.,." attach gar, util. area, cent air cond.,
National Safety Council, a .)' heat 6' hi fen, brick home. Set by appt.
... .. EV 75003.
non-governmental agency ...
organized in 1913 to help '.. iI'..,' FHA Approved bdrm house, 1 H
baths, like new, 70'xllO' lot, 15 min
prevent all kinds of accidents, from NAS, Equity $800, $82 per mo.
including those involving R. S. Till, ADC EV 9-0661..

children's "harmless" toys. Norfolk Va.3 bdrms, 1 1) baths, all
brick, fenced-ln yard in Azalea Acres
"Some of the toys'given
young-
section. Contact J. M. O'Donnell, days,
'.
sters as Christmas gifts, said : EL 4-1601 or RA 5.7367 after 1800.

Phil Dykstra, the Council's director Sale or lI.nt-3 bdrm, brick house, Ig
of home safety, "can be ... util house & gar, 100'x175' lot, Ig
shade trees chain link fen, Orange Park.
lethal weapons""NOT Ira I. McCormick, CO 4.4793, 16001800.
ALL the blame for toys f: For Rent
that become hazardous to child-
__ ._.._ Riverside-745 King St., furn apt 3
-- ---
ren after a few hours' use m. rms. & bath, Adults, near bus & slip.cen. .
should go to the manufactures," CAREER INFORMATION CENTER-The NAS Jax career Mrs. E. M. Smith. -
Information and Education Center is a busy place constantly Orange Park-furn cottage, util furn,
he said. Diary To. This striving to bring information on advancement and on Naval 1 bdrm, clean & comft. Mrs. A. T.
"Parents have as much, if not careers to personnel. Four members of the CI&E Center are Hall, CO 49476.

more, responsibility for 'toy'safe- shown at work handling matters pertaining to rate advancements Furn Duplex Apt.-3 rms., util. furn, ,
ty as the manufacturers. Woman Means coming up in February. Left to right are Betty Gannon. except fuel $75 per mo. SP 13465.
'SN Sidney Kramer Jr.. YN3 Andy Bergeron SN, and Ronald Unfurn-2 bdrm apt, kit. equip, tile
While said he be-
Dykstra
Wilson, SN.
bath, $75 per mo. SP 13465.
lieves toy makers should keep Her LifebreadAdaptable Furn Apt-masonry duplex, modern

safety foremost in mind- "And tile throughout elec. equip., Adults. Mrs.
most reputable toy makers do" that's just one of CI&E GIVES' AID M. Park, EV 42156.

-he recommends the following the many words that might de- Murrey Hill-2 bdrm apt., kit equip,
scribe Mrs. Margaret Johnson of Ig yd, conv. to bus, stores & schls, $60.
for parents: Mrs. Groves, EV 94275.
BUY TOYS that do not have the NATTUnit Military Personnel IN ADVANCEMENTThe Wanted-Couple to share home In Lake

small removable parts or such Office. Shore. EV 9-8047 after 1700.
Rent Five Months-Start Dec.
6,
parts as eye-threatening piecesof I Mrs. Johnson started working many facets of the Career Information and Education 2 bdrm house, on 1-acre in Orange new,

metal.) ,. at NATTUnit (or rather NATT- Center at NAS Jax are designed to assist military per- Park, furn, dishes TV. Ens. T, B. Ireland -

Buy toys suited for the child i I i Center) in 1951 when it moved sonnel in their military advancement, in furthering their CO 49964.

at his particular age. "A chemistry i from Memphis: Tenn. Prior to knowledge through off-duty study. and in gaining> expert kit Furn, Adults Apt-4, baby rms accept Ig. bdrm prl. ,bath din., near rm,
-
set in the hands of a five- this, she had worked at NAS career information.The NAS, $65. Etta Marsh, 4590 Merrimac,
year-old might be a deadly wea- Jax. CI&E Center, under direc- personnel. Here GED tests are 7.6489 after 1800.

pon. But it's not necessarily a bit administered and educational Near NAS-1 1 bdrm house, fur, reas.,
tion of Ltjg Jeannette Green is
Upon going to the training .
Inquire at 5572 110th St. or SP 10665.
unsafe for older is
an child who counseling available. There i isa ; '
center, Mrs. Johnson, because of located topside in Building 955. Mrs. Fred D. Eiland.
has been properly trained and, great amount of recordkeepingsince
I a knowledge of aviation elect- Its four major sections-USAFI, Apt-furn, 2-rm, near 5 Pts. W. E.
supervised. ronics, was hired to "collabo- I Advancements-in-Rating, Officer all USAFI test materials Varnadoe, EV 74996.
And, supervise use of toys your must be accounted for at all
rate" with others in revision of Programs and Career Counseling- Conv Location-Unfurn apt., new
children get at Christmas. "I f I staffed times. decor, steam heat, 6 rms. W. E. Varna-
the AE course. are by seven permanently ,
doe, EV 7.4996
you see that your child is too j
assigned enlisted includ- THE OFFICER
young for a particular toy," Dky- Today, she is in charge of persons Program Section That 'n' That

stra advised, "put the toy on a maintaining the daily diary. Mrs. ing William Harden, YNC, office performs services for those Ride Wanted-4273 Baltic Ave. to Wave

shelf until it's ready for safe use. Johnson is said to be highly leading chief, and Barney Price, who desire to take advantage of tks., arrive at 0745, depart 1630. Kay
YNC, who single-handedly man- the many special programs and Warr, SKC, EV 4.1318 or EV 99221.
efficient keeper of the book, too. --
ages Career Counselling.THE I school opportunities now open to
With TheToasfmasfers If a man in the command be- ADVANCEMENT Sectionis enlisted personnel. y.A 3'.f ,& 4 a n7by

comes a father it goes in the ..
\ no doubt busiest corner of Some of these are NESEP, '
diary, just as a change of com- L :
CI&E. Its personnel have responsibility NavCad, LDO, Integration, STAR,
mand would.
I for handling all MSC and NROTC. The yeomanin

Paul Mori has been selectedby Mrs. Johnson must also senda functions of advancement in rat- charge of this function must M

members of the Navy Civil variety of monthly reports to ing and proficiency pay, includ- work} with meticulous care to y
ian Toastmasters Club as the ing verification of of
eligibility assure that applications are pro-
Washington, Bainbridge and
club's
representative in
the
candidates.The cessed
correctly so that each '
semi-annual Area Eight Speakoff Memphis, covering every personat a Y h dsyn
USAFI Section, which includes candidate has the maximum op-
Saturday at the Normandy NATTUnit. portunity for selection.

Club Restaurant, Normandy; the entire CI&E Library,,

Boulevard. Daffynishuns: Chow-Large dog plays an important part in edu Most recent addition to the

Mori will compete against representatives with black tongue. cational achievements of NAS Center1 the Career Counseling a ..yy y a.
from seven other Section. Here NAS personnelmay

Toastmasters Clubs for the rightto come to find out any of

represent the area in the Dis- hundreds of facts concerning a sax

trict Contest. 1 Navy career and its benefits.

Junior Teske has been chosenas ::. Chief Price also coordinates the

alternate to Mori for Satur- Station's leadership training and

day's speakoff to which all the training of division counselors -

members and wives are invited. who play a large part in

Tuesday evening's session at furthering the Station's reen-

Karl Hellenthal's Restaurant was listment program. ,
featured by four speeches and a ra
an
PRICE PREDICTS that, although ..
interesting round of table topics. I his section has been in

Steve Walsh offered an insightof .
operation
Y. only since September,
the nation's financial troublesin it will expand as its 'services _,35 .. wt-
his -<' --
"Where, Oh Where, Has become
Our Gold Gone?;j" Ken Scales w well-known to the Sta- DEAR HUNTER A lot of
tion and he hopes ,that it will hunters would be happy if this
expounded the fine
on work of
make a marked impression charming target appeared in
the Air National Guard in his the reenlistment upon their sights. She's pretty Pat I
"20 Years of Progress; Andy rate. Nelson, equipped for the hunt

Planey followed man's strugglein The CI&E Officer states that what but apparently she's after.uncertain about

chasing dirt in his "Death To 3 because of the many recent

I Dirt;" while John Borje delivered changes to the enlisted rating (Answer to Braintwister)

his Icebreaker. structure, the task of keeping Mr. Morton, 61 years old;

Evaluators, headed by master enlisted personnel properly class- John 31 years; Dicky, seven

head shrinker T. A. Wilkinson, ified is growing exceedingly years,

e were Gordon King, E. K. Mc- complex and the
record work
Let X
-- -- -- equal\ Dick's
Ilrath, and Lawton Green. Mc- involved is time age one
Ilrath was toastmaster of the TRIO REENLISTS-Latest persons in the ever growing CI&E is very consuming. I year ago; 5X John's age a year
list of persons electing to remain in the Navy \Is this trio responsible for assuring I ago, and lOX Mr. Morton's
,evening.Bill which "shipped over" recently during ceremonies in the officeof that enlisted personnel records Form agea
Gouchnour and John Bor- Comdr. Robert Nelson. NAS Jax executive officer. (center.) reflect the rate : year ago. equation: 5X
proper and
Signing up for six more years are John Bernstein. HMCM Navy plus equals three times (ex plus
je, both of O&R, were installedas (left) James Wilkerson BM2 (second right) and Douglas Ham- enlisted codes and as such acts six.) Solve for X, which will
new members. mett ABAN. Mrs. Berstein is shown with her husband. as a classification unit. be Dicky's
age one year ago.



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l December 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5't.



I. Gordon Club Bill Scarbrough Defeats


10I I [umbles Fliersn



Hardwood Hughes For links Title


The Jax Navy Fliers unveilede

1 1960-61 basketball edition Unleashing as steady a barrage of shotmaking as has

ithat last week and quickly droppedo been seen in a long time, Big Bill Scarbrough methodically

9.IA. games to the powerful Ft. ; t!in ': f iji( l1'J carved out a one-under par 71 to win the Station Golf

ordon Signalaires, 86-65 and 1 : j iH Championship Sunday at the NAS Jax golf course.

ithd. [5-74, at Mainside gym. : Scarbrough defeated Phil Hu-
Mccloud defeated H. R.
Sandy
ts, Elli -r 4 and 3 in the tourney'schampionship
ghes, ,
[Leading 35-29 at the halftimezzer Swan, 2 and 1, for the fourth
." round.
: flight final
pt. the Signalaires, aided byn .. r' flight title and Bill Goodman,
GETTING to a
Bates' eight floor goals ine : AFTER away outshot Carl Broaddus, 2 and' 1,
IiIin lead in the match play
last half, went on to downe 'I ; one-up for the consolation prize In that
event, Scarbrough, who is saidto
10. | Fliers handily in the season flight.
ener. know every blade of grass on

IIIes ,: I the course, gained a. two-up
:enter Vern Rolins was highnt ; edge on the fourth hole which

is' man for the Fliers both ___ 4.tE. seemed too much for Hughes ,to Gator Bowl

his, hitting for 17 in the in-
IgIp [ overcome.A .
ral and garnering 28 the se- ':' : ;) ; :;i>;,,'" wet green proved Hughes' Tickets On

k. ..i
d night.
ll
downfall and was, as Scarbroughput

10. he Fliers had a game with it, "the psychological turn- Sale HereTickets
r "
3 |vin and Frye Engineers of Ing point.
P sonville Wednesday night at __ _Ix. Becoming the first bona-fide for the Gator Bowl

nside gym but the resultse Station champion since 1949, football game between Baylor

t not available.ext Scarbrough coolly closed out the and Florida December 31 are

match on the 13th hole. on sale at Special Services
| home tilt for the Fliersbe E w
s. "MY OPPONENT ,couldn'tseem (Building 704)).

December 7 with Old to settle down until about The price of $7.25 assures the
,alern hern Foods, a powerful City
purchaser of an excellent seat
the ninth hole. By that time,
e club, furnishing the op- too many holes had gone by," for the classic. Both the Baylor

r$. ion. related the champion in a post- Bears, and the Gators of Florida

tourney chat with newsmen."Steve" finished the season with 8-2 re-

,0.A. To Stephens defeated cords.

Navy .6; Jack Plew for honors in the Tickets for the Gator Bowl

ke3e first numerical flight, 3 and 2. Basketball Tournament are on

In State ct# Championship flight consolation sale also. Order these throughthe

honors went to Bill Koressel, 6 Gator Bowl Association, P.O.

tic Event EARLY HARDWOOD ACTION The Jax Nary Fliers and victory over Capt. Har- Box 1800, or ph9ne EL 3-0250.
en opened their 1960.61 basketball season last week at Mainside ton. Tickets 'are $4.50 apiece and

gym against a strong Ft. Gordon Signal"ires quintet. Deterringa will admit the buyer to the
ar Navy boxers are gettingto shot at the Ft. Gordon basket is Jax Navy's Vern' Rollins, First flight consolation crown

Ie, | take their place among (left) and Oliver Young(24)( ). Making attempt at bucketing 'a went to Bill Maranville, 2 and 1 same reserved seat ,for all three

itstanding amateur pugi- shot it the Army five's Bill Sink. Ft. Gordon won the game winner over Pete Gushanas. nights. The tourney' runs from
5", 86.65 then went on to take the second tilt, also 9674. Jax Dec. 28 to Dec. 30.
, i the Southeast 'when they Capt. Dave Henderson won second -
5. Navy plays Old Southern Foods next Wednesday at 2000 at
i'in the Florida AAU Tour- Mainside gym.iNation's. flight laurels with a 2 and Scene of the tourney will be

E. slated for Dec. 5 through 1 victory over Steve Kona. the new 'Coliseum, located adjacent -

e Main and Beaver Sts. THIRD FLIGHT winner is Ail' t) the Gator Bowl and

w Jacksonville. 'Oldest CityfHost Force's Vince Enkler who copped baseball park., Making up the
a- six-team field will be Florida,
w mitt coach Chuck Phil- a 6 and 5 win over Shorty

>mises to' enter a squad Hoidic. Consolation honors in the Navy, defending champion Geor-

tine,. Blue and Gold stable To ServicemenIt'll second flight fell to Capt. Ro- gia, FSU, Georgia Tech and JU.

JYI' will be a credit to the bert Clements who upended

:' He has had good successwithjteanis be USO Pal Day for all on San Marco Blvd. Trailer Gene Hoopes, 5 and 4. Capt. Pin Splitters Shut Out
servicemen in uniform this
he has instructed in trains 'going on sightseeingtours Harry Ferguson took third flight Nearest Bowling FoesIn
th' 't Saturday at St. Augustine.The can be boarded at this consolation honors from Bob
day is an annual occur-! the Enlisted Mens Wives
:L point. Free travel will prevailon McCauley, 1-up.
s hopefuls are working rence for The Nation's Oldest I Bowling League last week, the

st daily at the indoor City, some 40 miles south on U.S. the city's buses'and trailer Joe: "My college turns out league leading Pin Splitters took
I trains at anytime that day.
g pool building in hopes 1. Thirteen ,sight-seeing spotswill some great men" all three games- in blanking the
the
Tours startat
through city
5ng a shot in the tourney.gh open their doors free to uniformed -: will Moe: "When did you grad- second place Hi Balls, 3-0..
0800 and start each hour
the team is a little hy servicemen that day. uate?" High game honors went to
and half-hour thereon through
ghtweights and heavy- WIVES, FAMILIES and girl 1600. 'Joe: "1 didn't. 1 was turnedout. I Margie Davis of the Pin Split-

ts, a good cross section of friends of these servicemen will ." ters as she rolled a 207
FREE FOOD will be availableat
tits is represented.
also be admitted to the attrac-
the Elks Club, 20 Bay St.,
long those boxers schedu'to tions free of charge.All .
from 1200 to 1600 and free refreshments -
4+! enter the tournamentK. cars should be parked
will also be on handat
R. Darcley of NAT- across from the Ripley Museum
the USO Club, 63 St. GeorgeSt.
200 Ibs; J. W. Marshall of
., from 1800 to 2200.
RTD, 156 Ibs; C. Henneha of All-Service Sports *
There are picnic, areas for I
ra Fac, 1471bs; Landy Dove of :
I and their familiesat
o 'A,' 139, Ibs, and H. W. Smith seryicemen '
AO Support, 132 Ibs. Slate ReleasedWashington Wayside Park,' across Lion's

Bridge, at Lighthouse Park,
(AFPS) The
Anastasia State Park and Dav-
Army has announced the following -
/ Defending Kings enport Salt Run on A1A.
tentative dates and places

Off To Lead where interservice athl e tic i Included among the attractionsthat
will admit servicemen in
championships will be held next
Hospital l got off to 'an im- uniform and their' families free

pressive start in 'the Mainside year. are: Potter's Wax'Museum, Rip-
Each of the services will hold :,
Basketball League as the defending eliminations to determine which ley Museum, Lightner Museum ., r

champions won two Hobbies, Old Jail, St. Augustine
teams will compete .in the Armed
games in first week's action Forces Alligator Farm, Old Spanish Inn, Y :aj

last week at Mainside gym.. tourneys.The Gaspers Alligator Farm, Oldest !'
tentative schedule follows: :ks
The Hospitalmen, who de- School House, Spanish Fort, Oldest .
Basketball-Mar. 14-16
Lowry ,
feated VW-4 and VA-44 ina House, La Leche Shrine, Old :
AFB, Colo. Host, Air Force. '
three-way playoff for the Sugar Mill and Fountain of
Boxing-Apr. 19-21, Hamilton
Mainside flag last year, trip- Youth.
AFB, Calif. Host, Air Force.
ped O&R, 82-29, then dropped will be
Special prices. given
Volleyball-Apr. 26-28, Ft. V < .',..
VP-18, 7450.In for horse drawn carriage rides n
Ord, Calif. Host, Army. 9.
other opening games, through the city.
Tennis-Aug. 14-18, NB, New-
I; FAETU dumped Dispensary,
port, R. I. Host,' Navy.

o 94-34; the Marines took NAR- !: Golf-Oct. 2-6, Site to be de- "Alma's dog has been run over _. ,.... ,_ .. .M. -. -
TU, 43-24; ComFair Jax squelched I and killed. Oh, Alma'll be heart-
termined. Host, Marine Corps.In CLUB CHAMPION-Bill Scarbrough a golfing veteran
e the VAP-62 Warriors addition to the above tour- broken." among NAS Jax circles, has added the Station Championshipto

r attack, 55-35, and Administ- neys, the National AAU .Basket "Don't tell her abruptly," his long list of links titles. Scrabrough (right) receives
defeated OperationsBoat championship clock and plaque from Comdr. William Koressel
e ration ball Championship will be held "OK. I'll begin by saying it's She Station's golf tourney committee chairman. Scarbrough deietea .

{ House, 61-51. Mar. 20-25 at Denver, Colo. her husband." Phil Hughes. 4 and 3. in Sunday's final round.th .

4

I



r 1960l


6 JAX AIR NEWS 1 December




I No Mass Recalling Of .r.







Dependents Envisioned


(Continued from Page 1)) \
from the U.S. is before February ;'
mostly to next year's overseas ,
1, 1961. 'f'
replacements. Which jobs will ,
Not affected by the cutdown : >
still permit the incumbents to '
order are 148,000 dependents now
I take their families overseas next
in Alaska, Hawaii, Canal Zone,
has not been determined.The .
year Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, the
whole should be
program Marianas Islands and Midway.
carried out impartially throughout -
THE DIRECTIVE
on dependents
all ranks and grades.
overseas is part of a broad
It's also. possible that some
7-point program to combat the
going overseas with
sponsors alarming flight of U.S. gold
their dependents to a threeyeararea
abroad flight which inevitably
will be given a four-year a will _____. __________ ____. ________n__.
'
force devaluation of the "
hitch there while those without volunteer Red Cross Ladies receive upon
GRAY LADIES CAPPED-Thirty-five Gray caps
dollar if it continues much longer

dependents may possibly have their graduation last week. Comdr. Veronica Bulshefski (front, left) Chief Nurse at the Naval

I their overseas stays shortened. at present rates. Hospital, presented the caps. Capt. William L. Engelman (far -right) officiated at the capping I

Most of the other parts of the ceremony which was held at the Hospital's St. Lukes Chapel. The Gray Ladies have completeda

I THE NAVY'S plans for. implementing program were issued in generalities week-long class of 20 hours of classroom instruction and 10 hours on-the-job training.

the President's Executive
I to be backed up by specific -


I line taken Order by follow Secretary much of Defense the worked programs out. But when on the details dependents are Caps Awarded To 35 FLEET' RESERVEASSOCIATION

I Thomas. Gates Jr.
overseas point, the goal was

Personnel now in receipt of made much more- explicit. Gray Lady VolunteersScene FRA Branch 126 has scheduled -
orders to
overseas affected
areas Even so, confusion exists among its annual Turkey shoot for

by this reduction may still be from 0900 to sundownat
individual Dec. 17
the services and De-
accompanied by their dependentsif of capping and pinning ceremonies for the latest
103rd St. one-half mile
6670 ,
partment of Defense itself as to
their orders so provide and if Red Cross Gray Ladies graduation class recently was the Blvd. Twelve-
exactly how to go about this west of Blanding

their scheduled departure date problem. Naval Hospital Chapel. Mrs. F. R. Ingaszewski, Gray gauge shotguns only will be used.

Volunteers, comprising a groupof
THE ARMY and Air Force Lady chairman, who also pre- Regular meeting of the mem-

Fleet Reserve have different problems from 35 wives of both military sented the honored guests. bership is slated for Dec.. 15 at
and civilians, were officially
those of the Sea Services. The personnel JAMES HOWARD, chairmanof the Branch meeting hall, 4530
while 22 others
Army, with about 250,000 dependents 'capped' the Duval County Chapter of 120th St. In Yukon at 2000. The
Takes
StandCharles their
received service bars for
overseas, has the larg- the American Red Cross, pre- new class at AE "B" School, 60-

years of service ranging from sented the graduation address 49, will be honor guests.
est quota but has not issued
yet
Herget, national
presi- to ten in Gray Lady
one years
dent of the Fleet Reserve Associ- any implementing instructions.The work. followed by presentation of cer- Cong. Charles E. Bennett, (D-

ation, has dispatched a telegramto Air Force, next in line Ladies tificates by Capt. William L. Fla.) will be the speaker. Other
THE NEW GRAY attended -
President Eisenhower and quota-wise and with a dependent Engelman, Hospital commandingofficer. guests will included Capt. R. J.
a week-long class consis-
Fleming, NATTUnit, commanding -
President-elect Kennedy stating population overseas believed ting of 20 hours of class work
The
capping conducted R.
James
views it 115.00'has( was by officer; Capt.
of
the Association on the begun implementing -
and 10 hours of on-the-job
Comdr. Veronica M. Bulshefski officer
Reedy, NAS commanding ,
'
recent executive order to return the program.
training in order to familiarize Chief, Nursing Service and Mrs.J. and Charles Lofgren, past Nat-
large numbers of dependents of The Army and Air Force both them with the functions of the A. Marksteiner
Gray Lady ional Secretary of FRA.
military personnel from overseas. often rotate whole units and their American Red Cross. chairman of Duval County
Because Chap- The annual Christmas party
the
organization'is
one dependents overseas. The Navy As ,Gray Ladies, the volunteers ter, presented service bars to
Dec.
is for
representing the military and is works with for children planned
differently, most ,of will assist hospital person- the women.
vitally interested in the 10 at the Riverside Lions Club.
welfare its dependents overseas those of in recreational
nel areas, of activities Presentation of certificates was
of men in the service, the FRAis Each woman is to bring a cov-
men attached to "nonrotatable"units. and servicesin
made
personnel by. Howard Moran, Man-
ered dish and cake or pie, plusa
asking
Washington "to consider
The Marine Corps for some various wards of the hospital. ager of Duval County ,Red Cross dollar gift bearing the name

carefully the reaching effects time now has not allowed de- This is the, last class to be conducted Chapter with recitation of the for.
of the directive of the child it is meant
and to
reassure. pendents to live overseas with until next spring. Gray Lady Pledge led by Mrs. Santa will present the gifts and
career military personnel of the,
members of its combat units. Presiding over exercises was Joseph Bolger, co-chairman: of
U., S. that they alone will not show movies.
the Gray Ladies of the hospital. .
bear the brunt in solving this *
MEMBERS OF the class'were
most criticial problem." Branch and Unit 91 are plan-
Mesdames John Arnold, F. W.
ning several functions for this
Ault, Dewitt Beard, Lester Boutte -
month including a Christmas
,
Many HolidayContinued Thomas Casey, Bennett Cecil -
party and covered dish supper:

( from Page 1)) Nathan Cole Jr., Albert Eoff, December 10 at the Fleet Re-
T. U. Graff Jr. Mitchell Griffin
,
to the 800 children Roosevelt Blvd.
expected to serve Club, 8554
Thomas Hamic, William Hare,

attend. 74 B. N. Hart, Robert Hoppel, Wil- Each family attending'is being

The Wing has requested that : ?fT. liam King, Ff R. Kroner and K. asked to provide a gift for
of rC
parents the
children whohaven't S. Law. children, price not to exceed 50

received their tickets Also being cents. Families are also being
graduated
were
contact Fleet Air Wing Eleven urged to take a covered dish to
Mesdames James Lance, Manuel
Headquarters, ext. 282 or any of however will
Meat ,
the party. ,
Luke, Robert Mack, M. E. Malan,
the
squadron representatives for
information. Vincent Melander, Aubrey Mid- be provided.

One-hundred and }?A gett, Donald Morgan, James Every Friday night at the Club

twenty-five Murphy, L u c i ius Nottingham, there will be a dance from 2000
children
underprviledged| will be
James Owen, Charles Parish, to 2400. Music is by the "Four
royally entertained at the CPO
: Robert Read, Scott Smith, Law- Cougers." Price of admission is
Club December 20.
The
party
75 cents. The public is invited.
rence Wangler, James Whitmire,
will begin at 1200. First eventon
Carl Wilhelm, H. D. Williamsand The Board of Directors is
the docket is a big turkey ,
#- b A H. Worrall. scheduled to meet December 8
dinner with all the trimmings. t ,

Ole St. Nick will be on hand to __ but the regular monthly meetingof

give candy and gifts to the tots. Comdr. Ferrell TakesCommand the membership' has ,II been !\
canceled for this 'month.
Cartoons will probably round Of VA-15

out the afternoon.
Comdr. T L. Ferrell took co-
MACHINE BRANCH of Metals CPO Wives Slate Meeting
mand of NAS Jacksonville's A-
Division, O&R and Public Works
Attack Squadron 15 yester- Monday At Chiefs ClubThe
Dept. are planning to make
up
day in ceremonies held in theunit's
baskets for needy families. Last CPO Wives Club has
hanger ,
year they distributed 37 such 4 y s ; n spaces. scheduled its regular monthly

baskets. Cmdr. Ferrell relieved Cmdr. meeting December 5 at the CPO

Boat House Division of Oper- Joseph Patterson Jr., who has Club dining room,

ations is planning a party for skippered the "Valion" squadron A Christmas party will follow
since 1959.
September
dependent children with Santa the meeting with each member

Claus and gifts but the date has The new VA-15 commandingofficer being asked to take a presentfor

not yet been determined. comes to the Jacksonville exchange.All .

Crash Fire Division of Oper- area from the Staff of wives of chief petty officers
MISS LIFESAVER Receiving of the 32nd! Air
plaque Commander Second Fleet.
ations is repairing bicycles for in the Jacksonville area
Division of the U.S. Air Force is Gloria Brody Miss Lifesaver

distribution to needy children. for the Division and the 679th Aircraft Control and Warning Comdr. Patterson, a Naval are invited to attend ,the meet-

Many other squadrons and act- Squadron. which is stationed at NAS Jax. Miss Brody won the Academy graduate, is scheduledto ing and party For more Information *

local crown then went on to defeat the field in the Division con- join the Bureau of Weaponsin contact Polly Law-
ivities are planning events at a
test. Presenting the award is Col. Oiva Kivipelio. commanding
later date. officer of the Jax unit, with Lt. Fritz Hellings looking on. Washington, D. C. rence at EV 72675.Page .