Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 8, 1960
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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II I .OffersChristmas Navy Drive .: '


I On To Check

Mail TipsAlong ti .{. .:{.. Mishap RateThe

with the joys of the Navy in Jacksonville is

Christmas season come the becoming increasingly alarmed -

double-time work require- at the high number of

ments of persons, working for : k local Navy men involved in
post offices throughout the automobile accidents.Rear .
world. Admiral Kenneth Craig,
Jacksonville Postmaster HuberC. Commander Fleet Air Jackson-

Hurst has offered many help- ville and senior naval officer in
ful mailing tips to insure deli- the area, has taken the leader-
very of your Christmas cards and ship in this matter and called on
gifts on time.CHECKING. all local Navy officials to assistin
of your Christmascard reducing the Navyconnectedaccident
list should be done firstto rate.

make sure each addressis .__ _. ,_ __ 'n_ 'nm 'mnn.n....' '_ IN A LETTER issued to all
complete, Including the full "DRIVE SAFE" COUNCIL MEETING-Rear Admiral Kenneth Craig, (seated far end) Commander local shore-based and fleet air
Fleet Air Jax meets with local commanding officers at Jax Navy Complex "Drive
name street and number Admiral
city, Safe" Council meeting last Thursday. From left, clockwise, are Cant. F. H. Holt NARTU CO commanding officers,
zone and state. Also, stock,up on Capt. R. E. Farkus. NS Mayport CO Comdr. Robert M. Nelson NAS Jax executive officer Craig asked for their assistanceand
wrapping supplies and wrap each, Comdr. J. L. White ComFlaGruLaniRtiFll Ca1>t. Nelson M. Head. Chief of Staff ComNab Six outlined a number of steps
article securely.You and chairman of "Drive Safe" Council Admiral Craig; Capt. T. W. Hopkins NAS Cecil Field should be taken to lift the
CO) Capt. J. W. Weaver NAS Jax Senior Medical Officer Capt. F. C. Rrdeen ComDesDiv that
can include your Christ- Capt. R. J. Fleming. NATTUnit CO and Comdr. C. A. Brown, ComCVG4. accident i "stigma"<< from the
mas card or letter inside the gift shoulders of local Navymen. Also,
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package by adding the appropriate included in the letter were recommendations -
first class postage to the made by the

package itself. Also, Hurst ad- Jacksonville Area Navy "Drive<<

vises people to buy postage Safe! Council, which met at
J11X H 5
stamps now and not wait until NAS Jax last week.,

the last minute. Admiral Craig pointed out that

The Post Office will help you the vast majority of accidentswere
by providing mailing procedures caused by "four fatal fac-
and free labels which read "All tors:" driving while intoxicated,

For Local Delivery" and "All Vol. 18 No. 40 'U. S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 8 December 1960 (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 2))

For Out Of Town Delivery." ,
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CARDS sent by first class (four '" ,
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include cent or seven personal cent Air handwritten Mail) may f "" "" .'w "'.." Music School Still Seen

messages.First class mail includes full :i ki Moving HereThe I
forwarding and return service Possibly

which reminds you not to forgetto
put your return address on possibility looms good today that the Navy will
every card envelope. -p. 2at I move its School oLMusic. to Jacksonville. This was reported.,
:tr Postmaster Hurst advices yotfto ) : ,thl. week' by Cong* Charles E. Bennett. ""M1 J
mail your cards and gifts for Cong. Bennett said the music has
." The music school now per-
far away places by December 10 school must move from its pre- sonnel totaling 500 but will be
and for nearby destinations by sent home at the Anacostia Na-
t < val Station in Washington, D.C. expanded in the near future to
December 15 or at least a week '" ,. J ,
before Christmas. f' That station is due to be shut Include a complement of 800

(Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1)) down. students and instructors.THE .

THE CONGRESSMAN said he SCHOOL also trains the

Help For Needy based his statement on possible official Army Band and will some

relocation of the Navy Schoolof day soon start training membersof
Music on as yet unpublished
Families Started ..m.......___._'____."... _.....,...___.....'__'...' findings' taken in a study made the official Air Force Band.In .
BIKES FOR TOTS-Richard Kulage, AA. Barry Brown. his message, Cong. Ben-
AA. Clarence Poole. AE3, and Walker Sanders. MR2 of the by Congress.In .
At Public WorksChristmas Crash/Fire crew are part of the group of the crew that are repairing addition to recommending nett, who serves Duval, Nassau
bicycles for needy tots. Parts of bikes have been pickedup and Clay Counties, pointed out
Jacksonville for site of the music I
by Security around the Station for repairing.
is nearing and with I -_. school, Cong. Bennet says he has that no final decision has been
that in mind Public Works Dept. relocation of the school)
I First urged that some other commandsat made on
has started work on its annual, Jax Wave Named
Anacostia NS be moved to and other facilities at the Wash-
Operation Santa Claus.
Green Cove Springs Naval Sta- ington base but said that Jack-
Last year, 37 families with a
total of approximately 155 child- For STAR Program tion, some 20 miles south of NAS sonville is being "actively<< con-

ren were provided with food, Jax on U.S. 17. sidered."
clothing and toys by personnelof The first Wave at NAS Jax to be selected for the STAR .... -
this Department. I Program (Selective Training and Retention Program) is Kay

NAMES OF needy familiesare Chobot, SN, of Communications .Division.. .
reenlisted for -- -
furnished by any interested Kay a sixyeartour OTHER provisions of the STAR
in order to be assigned to I I
person. These families are program also guarantee automatic I;
by members of the Radioman School at NTC San I I
promotions. \
committee of Operation Santa Diego, Calif. If she graduates in
Claus. This year so many names the top half of the class she will i Under this new program a I
person may be advanced to grade
receive automatic advancement
have been submitted that no
to petty officer third class. E-4 without taking a servicewide _
more can be accepted, Public _
examination if they previously
Works officials
say. Retail Store And Toyland graduated from a class "A" :
Donations: of money, canned
school in of the
the upper half
goods, usable toys and clothing Open Tonight 'Til 2000The class.A .
are accepted. The money is used Navy Exchange Retail ,:
to' buy perishable goods at timeof Store at Mainside and Navy Exchange THIRD class 'petty officerdesir'ing

delivery such as hams, bread, Toyland will both be to attend "B" school
fruit and candy. Money is also open tonight (Thursday) until may upon graduation be ad- I
used for fruit cakes and for at 2000. vanced to E-5 There is no speci-

least one new wrapped presentfor The two outlets will also be fic class standing or examination .!
each child from Santa. open until 2000 on December 15 required for graduates of a "B" \
school.A .
Persons desiring to donate and 22. The retail store at the
clothing are requested to. labelit Hospital will be open untill 2000' second class can also attenda
as ,to size and to be sure the on December 13 and 20. "B" or "C" School under the

clothes are clean. It Is also requested All stores will be open until STAR Program.
that toys be in a usable 1300 Saturday, December 17 and Basic requirement for this pro- F ,,
condition as there are no, facili- 24. Christmas trees are expectedto gram is a reenlistment of four
ties available for repairing toysor go on sale sometime next or six,years, whichever will give FIRST WAVE STAR-Comdr. Robert Nelson. NAS Jax
executive officer, administers reenlistment oath to Kay Chobot.
cleaning, and pressing: clothes. week at the tennis courts on the applicant a total of seven SN the first Wave at NAS Jax selected for the STAR program.She .
(Please turn to Page 6. CoL 5)) Yorktown Ave. years active Naval service. re-upped for a six-year ..tint.P0 .

2 JAX AIR NEWS 8 December 1950

,IJflNAt) -9 IatdE If Ya'

J.dk..arili. 0 $ Ask Us

JaIMe R. Reedy Commanding Officer t
Comdr. Robert N.leon l __... ..P_ .__. Executive OffkwCommtndcr The Bureau of Naval Person-' ed his wife as beneficiary. She Christmas is a season of rich

Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig MAl SIx, fleet Air 'aduonme nel has ruled ,that persons with; divorced him and he remarried. and unique customs when most

Capt. Grtytton H. Weber Chief of Stiff, F.lrJtx prior service in another branchof Should he neglect to changehi families devote time and effortsto

Capt.''Neleon M. Head __ .,._ ChIef of Staff, NAB Six the Armed Forces are eligiblefor designated beneficiary, his a certain thing that makes the
fleet Air Wing Eleven the STAR ,program since insurance may be paid to his holiday stand out for them.
C pt Rtnfro Turner, J,. ..
Mwrlin W. Alley Chief! Staff CommanderCapt. Officer only active service in the Navyis former wife and his widow will "What- does your family do at

Naval Air Technical Trtlnlnf Unit considered. in determining eli- receive nothing. Christmas that stands out in

Ctpt. Robert J. Fleming ,.. .. .. Commanding Office gibility.In Necessary forms for a changein your mind?" is the question posed
Comdr Marion K. Smith _. _._ ,..
-.r. Executive Officer response to an article in the beneficiary can be obtained this week."I .
Naval l
Cup Wllllem L Engtlmentipt. Hospital Commanding Officer' Jax Air News of September 15 from the CI&E Office. celebrate Christmas in the

John 0. Feder __ __ Executive Officer concerning Defense Dept. pam- Applications for membershipin usual manner but my_ family_ and_
NARTU phlet 6-1B on "Disability Sep- the Armed Forces Enlisted n
Capt. F. H. Holt ._,_ Commanding Officer I go to mothers'for
aration," this publication is a- Personnel Benefit Association I
Comdr. William M. Miller Executive Officer dinner on
vailable at Career Counseling (Air News, Dec. 1)) are on handat Yf:sj Y{ Christmas
Printed wmmerdilly with non-epproprleted funds In Jacksonville Florida at no Section of the CI&E Office in the, CI&E Office. l. Day.
expense to the government end In compliance with NAVEXOS MS Rev. Jvfy 195$. This year we
Distributed free of charge to mllltiry ind civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, Building 955. are inviting my
Naval Air Station Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing 1 11, Naval Air The pamphlet contains infor- mother
Reserve Training Unit end the U. S. Naval' Hoiphal.. mation on Disability Retirement, Fire' Is Menace andbrother

Service Information Officer _._.____ Comdr Alex N. Mclnnte Jr. Retirement and 'Severance Pay, to

Assistant Service 'Information Officer Andrew H. Planey Getting a Job, VA Information, At Christmastide spend Christ
Editor-Gordon Robbie Feature Editor-Ma Spencer JOt)| Staff Reporterv-SaneV mas Day at our
Life Insurance
Martinion, JOSN. Photographer-Joy Beecarl, PH2. Government Fire loves Christmas. Only it Cerni house instead."
The Jut Air Newt la a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material Medical Care and Hospitalization doesn't give good cheer in that Mrs. Jennifer Cerni Telephone
appearing In this publication be and Survivors Benefits.
can reprinted providing credit It given. Photographs I
unless otherwise credited are offl 4.I U. C Navy rhotographa. Her are suggestions for more season but tries to cause nothingbut Business Office, NAS Admin.

Editorial offkei located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone exeniloni efficient VA service when Inquiring grief. Bldg.
( 0164. 656, 272 or 216. NAS Jax Fire Chief Don "Our family
about, goverment Insur-
,. Moran has issued figures that attends Mid- I
DM ? : ''} :?} YKNF:hVMAY{: full
ance: always give your '
will be appalling to most folks; night Mass in
name and, address; address the
I' facts and startling informationon New Orleans .
VA office to whom you r ,
Christmas ;
fires. Christ- ln
your premiums, and give your every $:K.Qr: *:
policy number. Most active duty In 1959, 42 persons died in mas. We have

personnel should send inquiriesto fires In the U.S. during the been doing this

P. O.. Box 8079, Philadelphia, three-day Christmas holiday. for as long as f wa

And 92 died in a three-day per- I can remem- t
Pa.You should report a change of iod in 1958 while 26 persons ber." C. DawMoore- ---

address promptly, and you should lost their lives as a result of fireon I ion Moore AN ComNabSix. I

? 1- keep your list of insurance ben- Christmas Day in 1957. "We have a little Santa Claus

eficiaries up-to-date. Many "of these could have : a that has been!

Carelessness in designating been prevented. The Internat- rr in the family!

beneficiaries may result in' undesired -' ional Association of Fire Chiefs for about 20J(

consequences. An example offers these points: years that we

is the man who designat- Choose a small Christmas tree. put on t h i

Use care in setting it up away tree. Dad gay
Mainside Lounge from radiators and heaters. it to Moth

Stand the tree in water at all several years!
I Sets Yulo ActivityThe times to retard f its* drying out. I ago for ono of 1 ,

Mainside Lounge Is spon- Also, use only, fireproof deco- Davis their fir s t"

soring an organ recital this com rations and electric lights and Christmas lights' and it has been

t ing Sunday from 1700 to 1900 don't.set up electric 'trains around with us ever since." Betty Davis,

for all hands. or too close to a tree. YN2 ComFalrJax. J.

The recital is to launch Christ- When the tree starts to dry out. "On Christmas Eve we set up

mas festivities and Mrs. Lamar discard it."What the tree. We also let the children

Smith, a professional organist open one pre- ,
TOP TOASTMASTER-Marine First Sergeant Hal Higgins
accepts first place trophy from Area Governor Lawton Green from Jacksonville, will play. are you putting in your sent each ,in t!
following the Area Eight Toastmasters International Speakoff Christmas Carols for the Occas- pocket, Jack?" order to pre- !
held last Saturday. Higgins who is sergeant major of the NAS ion. "A stick of dynamite. Every vent them i Y.;
Jax Marine Barracks, the competition in contest featur-
ing top speakers from won seven Area Eight Toastmasters a Clubs. Another event for all hands is time Riley sees me he slaps me from wander- 1

The Marine sergeant is a member of Mar-Nav Toastmasters the Lounge's annual Christmas on the chest and breaks all my ing through the j lh

Club No. 2280 at NAS Jax..._ Party to be held Tuesday De- cigars. Next time he does it, he's house duringthe j

cember 13,, from 1950 to '2300.. going to blow his darned handoff night. They !

Marine Sergeant Wins Top lit will be 'strictly formal'. ." rest then open of their the 'I Reider

presents on Christmas morning.

This is a tradition from my wife's
Area Toastmaster HonorFirst '
family." Lcdr. Richard Reider

Sergeant Hal Higgins, a member of the Mar-Nav I Meteorological Officer NAS Jax.

Toastmasters Club No. 2280 at NAS Jacksonville, capturedtop .

honors in the Area Eight Toastmasters International '. Story Hours For Youth,

Restaurant.Speakoff held Saturday evening at the Club Normandy : Adults Scheduled FridayTwo

Paul Mori, standard bearer of hours will be held
Higgins, sergeant major of the story
Marine Barracks at NAS Jax, Navy Civilian Toastmasters 23- at 1600 tomorrow, (Friday) at
66, won second place honors
bested speakers from six' other the NATTUnit Library in Build-
with his speech on "How To;>> ing 563.
clubs in the semi-annual event.
Win An Election" while Clyde
He now carriers the banner of First of the hours will be designed -
Wagner of VFP-62 at NAS
Area Eight into the Northern for children to the
Cecil Field, a member of Cecil up
Sub-District Contest, from where third grade. Mrs. Howard Pet-
Field Toastmasters 2454, took
the winner moves into the Dis- tengill will tell Christmas stor-
third with his talk on "Getting
trict Finals. ies.
What You Want".
level at which the contest begins OTHER CONTESTANTS Included Older children and adults will
be treated to the "Other Wise
to determine the finest Marion Weaver of
Toastmaster speaker in the Gainsville Toastmasters, Club Man" narrated by Miss lona

world. I I 3019; Jim Sanders of Jax Navy Nelson, NATTUnit Librarian.
Speaking before a large audience Officers Toastmasters Club 546;
of members of seven Dick Boyd of the Green Cove

clubs and their wives, ,Higginsin Springs Zipper Fleet Toastmasters' NEW TRANSCEIVER LEG-Rear Admiral Kenneth Craig, THIS WEEK'SBRAINTWISTER
his prize winning delivery. ex- 3003, and Jerry Head of: (left) Commander Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District and
horted parents and adults to Lake Shore Toastmasters 2854. Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville cuts ribbon to officiallyopen

wake up to the facts of life and Each contestant in Saturday's the NAS Jax Supply Department's transceiver circuit link ,Can you figure.just.how many
to NS Marport Adm. Craig also transmitted the circuits first
assume, the blame for much of contest had been selected by his message to the Mayport base. Two other transceiver communications five-card poker ,hands it is pos-
the lack of morals and dIscip- respective club for the area legs from NAS Jax Supply serve NAS Sanford and sible to deal from a standard
line among our children in his competition after surviving In- NAS Glynco. Capt. J. J. Davis Jr. NAS Jax Supply Officer, deck of 52 cards?
(center) and Comdr. Robert Nelson NAS Jax executive officer I
"Ar Adults Responsible?" ter-club contest. assist with 'ope>king of the leg. (Answer on Page 4)).rPage

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8 December 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3 J



The annual Christmas party Overseas To

for children of Branch and Unit
I 126 members is planned for

t Saturday at 1700 in the River- k ? e Feel Pinch

) side Lions Club, 1240 S. McDuff
Ave. Dependents of civilian em-
ployees of the Navy overseasare
Each woman attending is beIng -
t asked to take 'with} her to r ;c coming under new rules

1 the party one covered dish anda : : : as part of President Eisen
hower's recent order to cut
1 cake or pie, plus a dollar gift
+ down on number of dependents
bearing the name of the childon
, it. abroad. The rules are

I Committeemen are R. E. Mit- said by some to be perhaps

, chell, W. H. Johnson and Mrs.C. stronger than those pertain-

1'I F, Attebery. ing strictly to military de-

Regular monthly meeting of cJ I pendents.The .
e the branch is slated for Thurs- transportation of depen
day, Dec. 15 and also for Thurs- dents of civilian employees recruited -

day, Jan. 19 at the meeting hall : for service in many for-
1a at 4530 120th St., in Yukon. ;; a, ; ;zt eign lands under employment a-

Meetings get underway at 2000. I {' :.: ; greements will be subject to fol-
r Cong. Charles E. Bennett is to' ,:.. lowing instructions:

., be the featured speaker at this HONORED-At this monlh't NO FURTHER commitments
month's meeting. Other guestsare Public Works coffee session for transportation of dependentswill
e held J. Be Careful With
bv Capt. Henry Etier
Budget be made. A commitment is
I. expected to be Capt. RobertJ. NAS Jax Public Works Of.
Fleming, NATTUnit com- ficer, (left) for honored em. an employment agreement act
manding officer; Capt. James R. ployees are (from left) Jessie During Holiday SeasonThis ually signed by the parties there
Hicks Julian Davis, John Long to.
Reedy, NAS Jax commandingofficer and Elmer AUaway.Public i
and Charlie Lofgren, past is the time of year that I Any employment agreements
National Secretary of FRA. .1 means money problems for most tree." executed for employees already
Christmas turkey shoot plansare Works American families. We love the Buy for cash if you can butif abroad and waiting for arrival of

i continuing: with the shoot "Christmas spirit", but sad to yovl make charge purchases, their dependents will still be

i scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 17 Coffee Fetes say for many of us it means know what it'll cost you in the honored. Signed agreements of
1 from 0900 to sundown at 6670 overspending, throwing the bud- long run. You should shop for I recruits: presently in process for

ta t 103rd St. Only 12-gauge shot- 4 EmployeesGuests get away and straining our cre- your "best buy" in credit just overseas employment will also
guns will be used. dit. I as you would for anything else.I be good.
More on this was given in last Official travel of dependents
for "Captain's Coffee"Public Then comes a gray Januaryday Whatever you buy for the
week's column the Air News. : must begin so that they will act-
in .at Works Department for bills with heart
and with it a flood of holiday, buy your
j ually depart from the U. S. be-
Isn 1 the month of December were a flat pocketbook, beans for sup- and your head and not just to I
I bore February 1, 1961. This deadline -
Branch and Unit 91 are plan-
I four honored employees. per--and a vow that "next impress othersRemember the
their annual Christmas may be pushed up even
ning other months of the and
Cookies and coffee were served Christmas will be different. year 1
0S. Party and covered dish supper Capt. J.. Henry Etter, Public PLANNING ahd wise buying, save enough for those family earlier, Navy officials say.
NO ASSURANCE can be givenat
for December 10 at the Fleet
Works Officer, and the employeeswho however, can still bring out needs.
Reserve Club, 8554 Roosevelt you this time that dependents of
discussed the various func-
ahead in January.
Blvd. : civilian employees of the Navywill
Each family attending. is to' tions' ,of their jobs. Many people find it helpful BOYS HOME be permitted to stay over-
M bring a covered dish. Meat, how- Once a month outstanding employees to make a list of all holiday seas for duration ot the spon-
ever, will be provided. Families from several divisions ot items, such as decorations, pre- PARTY SLATEDOne sors tour of duty.
t with children will provide a with this informal get-to-gether. business associates, wrappings, renewal will
n for each child them. of Christmas at most agreements
, Branch 91 is planning a turkey I December nominees for the entertaining, New Year's Eve Navy installations is a seriesof be subject to same restrictionsas
coffee session were Jessie Hicks, baby sitters and forth ,to
shoot for December 10 and so Try parties for underprivileged original agreements. In addition -
17 from 0900 to sundown at the Tool Room Mechanic, and Julian estimate' how much you'll spend children. sponsors will be advised thatno

n p Club. The public is welcome. Davis, Electrician, both of Main-i for each item. Attack Squadron 44 is guarantee can be given that

Dancing is, held every Friday tenance Division. !I By shopping early you avoid no exception to this traditionas their dependents can return

night at the Club from 2000 to Also, John Long, Truck Driver, crowds, save time and have a personnel there are plann- overseas.
2400 with music by the Four of Administrative Division, and : better chance of finding the ing a party for the Jacksonville It's not intended at this time

! Cougars. Admission is 75 cents. Elmer J. Attaway. I I.J items you want at the price you Boys Home on December that dependents will have to return -

.' can afford.- 23 at Hanger 116. to place of their actual
+ "
!n r'saa .. :>y ',o. :e y costs money. So ,go over appearance with goodies for Voluntary advance return of
your list again and plan to get some 50 boys. dependents is being encouraged,

fri all the gift items you can in though.
one store, or maybe two. .. .. ,. .... .. ..
y.fa, KK::?<: a {!r R /e" ';i '%+a}; :xgoer ay axeyo.
a :yYY .h44'kTrv
IF YOU MAIL presents, you'll : if x.;:,. ::; ." ,
g.'s M save a lot in wrapping and ship- / FHi :;:..:.:.: .fi.? ". ..... .
, 3 ping costs if you stick to lightweight fI'1 : :!
r f 1 Isi. 'l'i }\
:<. ....yf.n;+>,. .... .k S..Sf ae6 and small items. -.4i. :i:, ; i': '\ :$

Don't get "carried. away", either. r:< .. \
Buying a TV set for Mom i / .bfy. ':..".. Jiilf. .a
1, :
when a housecoat is what ':;.j ..... .
you ;:.'. .'' ....... .. ra" ;
can afford is the wrong kind of .. ...'...... '':::.'.....'...'....,.. :>
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a -: .. .
I'nTO .VA. I .
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holiday spirit.. If, in your house, yy .. ..
at r you've agreed on a big "family ... .,.... ..... ......... .............. .. .... ... .
:: : ... ... .
1- : present" like a new dishwasher, ; a ... .. .. ............ ........"....... ........"..'........
don't break down'and also pur- .
chase P full set of other gifts "to
'- : ': have something to put under the >

1e r-t- .:k i CPO Wives Club To +i F e..eyCA.b' t ..' .... J'j} ,' l\,1: :;$

Hold Christmas FeteThe :.., 4 ,

iila CPO Wives Club is plan- .,. 'I'!!: !?'
ie i% s va ning to hold a family covered *' '

,;x .' ik dish supper and Christmas party F .

next Monday'' (Dec. 12) at 1730 F' ;.. "::," .,,,, ..'..-. Pit;} t3 _
f'pv 'IL. d in the ballroom of the CPO Club. i
Willie Kellogg and Manny w'.... .,',.,.. ': :::' :.:'
1 11Y IPIg'L Morrow from the ToastmastersClub ;' .....

Z0 will speak at the event. "BUFFALO BILL" ARRIVES HERE The mascot and
: acting leader of the 404th (Maritime Patrol) Squadron of the
J ;: All persons attending' are being Royal Canadian Air Force is welcomed aboard NAS Jax by
haM :: S'4e% asked to take a wrapped and Capt. Renfro Turner Jr.. (left) Commander Fleet Air Wing 11
srd "MAD FOXES" PROMOTED-Forming a big "5" are 35 of labeled gift of about one dollar early this, week. According to the Canadians, the mascot accompanies
the 45 men of Patrol Squadron Five who were advanced in rate value for each of their children. them on all squadron missions.. Looking on is Wing
November 16. Comdr. J. J. Coonan VP.5 commanding, officer,- Commander A. M. Halkett. (right) officer.in-charge of the
notes that in addition io the 45 advanced, three CPOs will be Hostesses, will be MesdamesH. visiting squadron. The Canadians are visiting FAW-1I for 10
promoted io E.8 and one to E.9 next week.' Home.based at C. Qdade, John Seibert andL. days to interchange ideas on antisubmarine operations. Holding
NAS Jax VP.5 will return here sometime this month after a "Buffalo Bill's" horns are (left to right) Flight Officer R. A. II
lengthy deployment. Mitchel. Stojak and Flight Lieutenant A. R. Smith.


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Page '4 JAX AIR NEWS 8' Decembe'r 196'0 1 1I 1OV

wwwww.w..r. .F M.MM WII MpMIMtl1l1M'x
Retired Chief i !

Plans Life InFarOff : .



\ to start a new career alter r'

finishing 21 years Naval serviceis
1 1yr
w a W. S. McFarland, AGC. Mc- b
t Farland and his family have left

the United States to start a new

life in Australia. ?d. ,. c. .

They will settle in Ipswick,

Queensland, Australia where Mc-

Farland plans to raise cattle. SR

McFarland was stationed at

ComAirSoWest Pac, Brisbane,
Australia in 1942. He was assigned -

to the Aerology Depart- ti//
ment there. It was during this "
time that he met Mrs. McFar-

R 'THE SIDE TO-AUSTRALIA S."McFarland. AG C. land. She was serving with the ""' .,,,__"" .. --.".......___,_,...--v.-y... .,.___'"' ...
is "piped over the side" by F. J. Sullivan. BM2. (right) and Australian Air Force. TAKING ORDERS-Santa Claus, on hand for the annual
fellow chief petty officers after completing 21 years Naval The McFarlands and their four Fleet Air Wing 11 Christmas Party for children last Saturday.
service. McFarland and his family are getting ready to go to listens to Christmas wishes of youngsters. Party officials say
Queensland Australia, to settle down. The retiring chief plansto children have travelled exten-
that about 808 youths attended the event. Santa arrived in a
raise' cattle there.FAETU sively throughout Europe during P2V Neptune patrol bomber used by one of the Wing's squad-
I I his Navy tours.According rons. The party was held earlier than in past years because of
the impending deployment of VP16. Other units of FAW-11
Chief Finishes to McFarland, the are VP-18 VP-30 and VP-S. The latter is due to arrive home
prices in Australia are so rea- from deployment this month.

sonable a person could live on

Fourth In Radio EventGeorge their"Also retirement he said check., it is a vast S CIVIL SERVICENews

I country in the way of opportuni- I
ties' for businesses and
Werner, ATC, of FaetuLant, Detachment Twoat such." new In Review
NAS Jax, received an impressive looking plaque recently

but had a difficult time deciphering .just what it was for.A I -- .
friend of his, Donald Sadow- TIDE TABLETides New Suspension Rules passed they are going to have to
ski, ATCS, also of the Phase Werner built his station, W40- at Atlantic Beach: According to a new Civil ServIce pay the extra salary back,
Supervisory School of FAETU RT, from surplus parts and old HIGH LOW Commission directive em- amounting to $1000 in some
Aviation Electronics Technician radios and the station is housedin A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. ployees can be suspended im- cases.

Division, told Werner he had won a small building behind his Fri. 11:48: -:- 5:25: /6:05: mediately in emergency situations The 1960 pay raise bill carrieda
fourth place in an amateur radio I home. All his equipment in his Sat. 12:17: 12:33: 6:17: 6:55: even if they are veterans. section specifically including

operators contest sponsored by 'radio shack' is home-built. Sun. 1:08: 1:25: 7:14: 7:46: An emergency situation is eployees who were on saved pay
described as one where "reten-
Russia. Werner, who has been in the tion of the employee in his because of downgrading. actions.

SADOWSKI, who participatedIn Navy 16 years, plans to retire (Answer to Braintwister) position may result in damageto
Court Favors
the Russian course offered byCI&E's after having served for 20 and There are 2,598,960 possible government property or maybe an unusual EmployeeIn downgradingcase
night-study USAFI pro- five-card combinations. Multi- detrimental to the interestof
live in with his as reported by columnist
gram, was able to translate the may Equador phy 52 by 51 by 49 by 48; divide the government or injurious
entire certificate.The sister and 'get into the radio result by the product of one-two, to the employee, his fellow worker Xavier Boyle, the Court of
Claims has ruled in favor of an
business. four and five. or the general public.
world-wide contest for'ham' I three, employee who had his back pay
The emergency also applies if
radio operators was held M
: taken away by the Comptroller
by the Federation .of Radio Clubsof \Y y. the agency has sufficient reason General..
to think the employee has been
the USSR and Werner's
cer- The case was a victory for the
tificate stated: "Operator of radio guilty of criminal acts against American Federation of Govern-

station W40RT is awarded 4th 4. the government.The ment Employees since the Fed-
place of the radio employee can be suspended .
stations of eration's legal rights fund 'fin-
USA in the international com- up to five days, with pay, anced the case.

petition of short wave telegraphfrom during which time the agencycan The employee in question had
prepare the charges
7-8 May 1960 under the employee and he be allowed
theme 'Peace to the World'." Commission ruled he had been
to answer them. If the
Contest objective was to con- improperly demoted, ordered him
agency rules against him the em"ployee -
tact as many 'ham operators' in can be fired but he still restored to his former grade with
the USSR and in as many coun- has his appeal rights. retroactive pay to the date of his

tries as possible during a con- Under the Veterans PreferenceAct demotion. The back pay came to

tinous 24-hour period.IT a veteran must be"notified I $1472.
But the Comptroller ruled that
IS REPORTED that thou- at least 30 days in advance of
sands entered this contest and :': ? ? t intention to suspend -him and because the lower he worked overtime in
grade and
must be given a chance to
there are 160,000 'ham operators'in
earned in
more total salary that
the United States alone. Wern- 'F : at t t1i wer charge's before the suspen the base of his
sion takes effect. pay former grade,
er's total contact .is' 155, not 155 he was not entitled to any retroactive -

individual ham operators but > pay. The GAO recoll-
from 155 different countries! Pay Turn Back ected the $1472 from the
employee's -
A relief bill that would keep
Werner, who was a ''radio thousands of pay and, after he retired -
aboard AMATEUR RADIO CONTEST WINNER-George Werner. employees from from his annuity.The .
operator Navy sea planes
ATC of FAETU displays award presented him for finishingin having to turn back some of their
back in 1945, has contacted ama- fourth place in an international !amateur radio contest. The pay is in the offing. of Claims overruledthe
teur radio operators in Siberia, event was sponsored by the Federation of Radio Clubs of the Involved are employees who Comptroller and the em-
Moscow, central Russia, the Ukr- USSR and Werner's award was written in Russian. Goal of suffered ployee got his $1472 back.
grade between
contestants entered in the international competition was to -
aine (White and Red Russians), contact as many 'hams' as possible during a 24-hour period. 1956 and 1958. Under the The employee had served in
Australia, many, if not all, coun- I law they retained their n1d M.:: Alaska during the period of his
tries in South America, Africa, I Navy Extends Shore Tours For Some lanes since the law n says--when demotion and he asked that his

European countries and many, jobs are downgraded through no cost of living allowance while
many more.' Washington (AFPS-In) another -! fault of the employee he is pro- there be recomputed on the higher -
move to reduce personnel The following rates were extended tected for ,a salary cut for two grade. The court turned this
lIe even contacted Russians movements during the current by six months to a 36 years. These people received the down because he had gone to
engaged in a Russian expedition fiscal year the Navy has exteded month tour: QMC; NWC; MRC: salary raise of 1958. Alaska because of the demotionand
to the South Pole. But Werneris DCC ATC and 1 ,. AQC AEC there
shore tours for enlisted men ; ; ; : The was not any job at the
not a novice in this field. This AMC 1 and 2 PR1 and 2 and Comptroller Genera! higher
in 39 rates from six months to ; ; ruled however grade in Alaska for his
recent award is his first from MH2. that they were type of work.Uniform .
one '
: the USSR but his 20th from all year. not entitled to the, 1958 ten per-
: countries. The extended tours will be effective Rates receiving one year extensions cent raise because there was no

for those individuals going from 24 to 36 specific provision for it_ in the. Shoes On Sale
SINCE 1948, he has received whose shore tours end on and months, were: NW1 and 2; JO pay bill. They>should get either The Walk Over line of uniform
several awards in amateur radio after Mar. 1, 1961. The Bureau and JOSN; DM3 and DMSN: their old salary or the salary shoes is being discontinued at
; operating from such countries as of Naval Personnel noted that I AD3 and ADAN; AO1; YN3 and of their reduced grade plus ten I: the Navy Exchange .Uniform

England, France, Argentina, Equ- some exceptions would be required YNSN; PN3 and PNSN; AE percent but not their old grade Shop in Building Three.A .

ador, Sweden, Labrador, Canada to maintain ''the necessary and 2; AQC, 1 and 2; AM3 andAMAN plus ten percent. sale on these shoes is:under-

and quite a few from the Uni personnel flow to Class "B" ; PRC; PR3 and PRAN; If the proposed bUt giving way and footwear is being offered -

ted States.. schools. AK3 and AKAN. these employees relief is not at a substantial markdown.I' .

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8'D*camhft'19Sd .. t ;g.t..1' J''N& Pig 5*

Win ComFair IH League, MARTD Two 8.2 Teams Meet

Bowling CrownsTwo In Gator Bowl Contest

league championshipshave Tickets for the 16th annual Gator Bowl football game

been copped in Mainside between Florida and Baylor are on sale at Special Servicesin

intramural bowling play with < < r Building 704 for $7.25. I I in their conferencethe

the bunting In a third 'circuit: >;' x say +. This price assures the purchaser runners-up( Southeastern) will move
still up for grabs. of excellent grandstandseat
Into. Jacksonville the evening of
ComFair Jax won the'American ., for the December 31 classic.A December 28 'or early Thursday,

League 'flag with a recordof sell-out crowd is anticipatedby December 29. They 'will work

39-9.. Second place went to r try Gator Bowl officials out Thursday and Friday.

Operations-Ordnance ((31-16%) BAYLOR U. will fly its highly Florida coach Ray Graves, in
and Hospital grabbed third
place potent football opportunistsinto his first year as a head mentor,
with 30 wins and
Jacksonville December 27 to had this to say recently about
THE Continental League, begin on-the-site drills. The the game. "The Gator Bowl has

MARTD took top honors with a tv YkJ? vb.. Bears, Southwest Conference the two best teams in the coun-

slate of, 35-12% with Special runners-up with an 8-2 record, try in Baylor and Florida. The

Services coming in second with plan workouts on the 27th, 28th fans who see the' game will see
a'' 34-14 mark and Supply "A" and 29th with the 30th optional.The the best game of the 'year."

copping third position, 31%-16%. A WIDE-OPEN game has been
The National League pennantis : Florida Gators, also possessing -
predicted by one man who
mark and alsoEARL
an 8-2
being hotly contested
for -----
by -
should know Wayne Harris;
the VAP-62 Warriors and O &: R,I SPIKE the Mainside KINGS Volleyball Championof who has done most'of Bayloi'sscouting
both with 36-12
season records. League with a 90 record is this season.. Harris who
The winner is expected to be VP30. Front row (left to right) was impressed with Florida's
decided this' week. Walter SadowskL captain Jim
l final regular season game, an
Morgan, George Sullivan and
Four matches have been '
play- Don Disharoon. Rear, Finis 18-0 victory over Miami! believe
ed to date'in the Mainside play- McComas Jack Sipe John Day the Gators compare favorably

offs. Ops-Ord. defeated 679th and Tex Harris. VP-30 plays with any team on, the SWC.
Air Force, ,the NL third place the NATTUnii champion Friday -
at 1900 at Mainside gym "We use a pro-type offense at
team 3-1 and MARTD walloped for the All-Station title. Baylor," Harris pointed,out"and
Supply "Au3.1.. T
throw the ball around a loth' Ii)
IN OTHER matches, the War-
Hospital FAETU Ronnie Stanley, the Waco, :Tex.
riorS tripped ComFair Jax "A" ,
Bears have a top passer Stanley,
3-1, and O & R downed TO FLIERSThe
: Hospitalby
To Lead In while showing minus yardage on
Jump --
same score.;
the ground, is the leading ground
The Mainside champion will The straight loss was absorbed by the Jax Navy I I gainer in the rugged Southwest
be declared after conclusion of Basketball Loop Fliers in the form of a 90-81 defeat last week at hands of Conference.

the playoffs which are due to Melvin and Frye Engineers Mainside gym. \
and FAETU have with Stanley, the Bay
Hospital Along
end December 15. As in I A solid, bag of Engineer defensive -
past jumped into the front in early tricks kept the Fliers at I to a rash of buckets by center I lor offense revolves around a
years, the Mainside titlist is Mainside Basketball League act I I Curt Cunkle, who formerly wore couple of other Ronnies. Ronnie
expected to meet the NATTUnit ion with both teams winning. bay during much of the game jthe colors of the U, of Florida. Bull and Ronnie Goodman are
in the last minutes of I
and only
champion for the All-Station I
In all, Cunkle tallied 41 points. at half-
their first three games. the contest did Jax Navy score the team's top runners
crown. Hospital won a pair last wek, ;I consistently. 1 I VERN ROLLINS, fast proving back.

I downing VP-18, 74-50, then I himself a highly capable performer -
drubbing the 679th Air Force|I FLIER SHOOTERS had to take from his center post, was
Lineman Gets unit, 62-27. At the same time, aim at the basket from way out- high manor the Filers with 25 Marine Bowl
FAETU was also decisioning two I r side during many attempts at I points.

Praise From foes with a 40-39 squeaker over I jumping ahead of the Engineersand I i Jax ,Navy played Old Southern Pits

. Aircraft Maintenance and a 62- were, consequently, lackingon Foods last night at Main- Quantico

Middie CoachThe 35 win over ComFair Jax. good rebounding.With I side gym but the game was played -
-- ,-- I too late for results to be reported -
"You look like a million dollars" a 43-38 score in their Vs DiegoSan
Naval Academy's heralded I f I in this week's Air News.I i
favor at half-time, the Engineers
grid machine and backfield Next home game for the locals Diego's Balboa Stadium
according ripped way in front at start of
She smiled.
to head mentor Wayne I will be next Tuesday, December I will be the site of the third annual -
he added. the second half, thanks in part I Ib I
"After tares,
II, when Fairchild Aircraft Dee
13 11
Hardin, owes its "Top 10" national 1 ___ I I comes Leatherneck Bowl ,
rating to such stalwart ..' u here for one-night stand, followed when two of the most powerful
linemen.as guard John Hewitt. the next night with a tiltagainst service grid machines will clash.

Often referred to as the "un- Glynco Navy. I The Quantico Marines will

known guard," Hewitt, in Hard- meet the San Diego leatherneck
in's words, "is the best 178- Touch FootballersIn I eleven in a tilt that may decide
which team will be the national
pound guard I've ever seen. lIe's'! xyp

in on 90 percent of our tackles ThreeProngedRace service champs.

and he's the one who springsJoe Last season, Quantico met Mc-

( ) Bellino tor most of his : Clellan AFB, Calif., in the post-
For CrownTouch
runs." Ir;..4 r season Shrimp Bowl to decide

On defense, Hewitt backs up football competition remained the Inter-Service grid crown

the line from the inside line- spirited this week with owner. The one-sided pigskin

backing position along with cen- three teams fighting for first contest saw the Marines literally

ter Frank Visted and one or the' place. swamp the airmen to the tune

other usually gets the press box I a The 679th Air Force holds the of 90-0.

nod as outstanding lineman in best record, 6-1, but two op- San Diego had to turn down a

the game. I ponents are threatening to tie bid 'to participate in the '59

Hewitt, from Belle Vernon,I it up. Aircraft Maintenance ((6-2)) Shrimp Bowl due to its own

Pa., was named lineman of the I .. :,"1" and VA-15 (5-2) refuse to drop Leatherneck Bowl in which it
week in a poll conducted by a ;. '" ...",." from pursuit of the crown. drubbed- Boiling AFB, D.C., 41-
national. news wire service for i ." The Air Force managed to 14.

his outstanding play in Navy's r maintain its slim lead last week, This will be only the second

17-12 win over Army. I ; } \, squeaking past a tough VA-44 time the two Marine squads have

The Middies accepted an '/ JI'/ squad, 1-0, in an overtime game. met. The first time, Quantico
'If: : : The win was decided on total blanked the San Diego Devildogs
Orange Bowl invitation to meet,
Missouri January 2 immediatelyafter .'P. yardage.In 21-0 for the 1948 All-Navy
other last week VA-
I games Championship.
the Army
they won game. ): 1&
44 won by a touchdown over However, Quantico's coach Wil

( .r Administration, 19-13, and FAE- Overgaard will be out to revengethe
Pin Splitters Post 3-1 Win TU
blighted Hospital's hopes by loss San Diego pegged on his
To Maintain Lead \ scoring a 2-0 victory.
Bowling Camp Lejeune team during the

The Pin Splitters continuedto ..',. Tom Standings W L first Leatherneck Bowl game
pace the way in the Enlisted 679th 6 1 held in 1958. Overgaard's team

Men's Wives Bowling League last Air. Main 6 2 lost 62-22.
week as they 'maintained their FLIER FOUNDATIONS-Exptcied to be in the starling VA-15 5 2
lineup waen the Jax Navy Fliers face Fairch.ld Aircraft Tuesday VAP-62 4 2,
"Mtwife and I had bit of an
first place position with a 3-1 night at Mainside gym will be stalwart forward Oliver VP-18 4 2 a
win over the Bowlerettes. Young, (left.) Young, from VA-44. has been a mainstay of the Admtn ''-" 3. 4 argument last night. I wanted to
Second-place Odd Balls down- Fliers in early games. Also in the starting lineup will be Vein Hoip 2 5 play bridge and the wanted to go
ed the Hi Balls 3-1. The Pin Rollins (right) leading scorer for Jax Navy with a 23-plut pointsp.r VA-44 2. 5 to the movies."
game mark. The lanky center has bucketed 70 points in FAETU 2 6
Splitters have a, .29-15 record. the first three game Tuesday' gam. starts at tOOO. VP-30 1 6 I "Wat it (a good picture ,

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6 JAX AIR NEWS, 8 Dcemb 1960

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Cold War Advisory Panel :

Seeks Tips From MilitaryDo

you have the notion that there's nothing you can
do about the Cold War? #
) \
what the U.S. stands for, the
Well, there certainly is and

your help is earnestly sought Notice says.
AN IMPORTANT thing to get
through OpNav Notice 3410
across is that the U.S. is not an
which calls for submission of
nation but that, in
suggestions to the Cold War
fact, it is a benevolent powera --
Advisory Panel by members of
ready, willing and ableto
the Navy and Marine Corps and power
provide immediate aid to fri-
retired, Reserve and civilian per-
ends and allies.
The Notice, in talking about
the Cold War Advisory Panel,
Panel was established by the
states that no matter what we
Chief of Naval Operations and I
know or learn about Communism -
Commandant of the ,Marine
we contribute nothing to the YtS
Corps ,to help in developingideas is''
fight unless our knowledge
to frustrate the avowed -
translated into suggestions or
objective of the Communists. MANY PROMOTED AT VP-18-Patrol Squadron 18 in announcing *
Local Cold War Advisory deeds that will weaken the Com- results of the November promotions hat declared that -

I munistic influence.All 43 of Its men were hiked in rate November 16. Two were pro
Boards have been formed in Cold War suggestions moted to chief petty officer, one to first class 17 to second : ,Classified
many locales, including the Jax class and 23 to third class petty officer. Comdr. Richard A. ,
should be forwarded via the
area. Sampson VP-18 commanding officer, laid upon presenting prO-
commanding officer (Code 06) to motion certificates to the men. "I am happy to promote sucha
Several avenues of recourseare By Owner-3 bdrm house, 2'bath,
the local Cold War Advisory large number. This shows study and all-out effort was put
given in the notice and in forth by all concerned." hdwd. firs., Ig. liv. rm., Cyprettpan.Fli. .
Board/ which, in turn will for- rm., Ig. cor. It, artrac. home with
NAS Jax Instruction 3410.1 for *
ward clearly acceptable ideas to unique fir. plan. See to 'apprec., Cedar
personnel ,to follow in helping to Hills. Lt. Wuhcytion, SP 10999.
the Cold War Advisory Panel in More Answers Given ToWage
combat the Communist menace. Vtnetla Manor-3 bdrm home, 2 baths

WHAT ARE THE primary Washington. Ig. liv. rm, tep., din. rm, den., doubl.
gar., 20 Ig. trees 5760 Salerno Rd. W.
functions the military services Survey QuestionsHere Comdr. H. J. Skipper, EV 7-4805.

should perform in the Cold War Havy Drive On Furn. House Trcller-2 bdrms., gar.,
battle? are more of the most common questions asked 50' x 15IX fen. lot, 1 blk. from tchl &

They should stay prepared to (Continued from Page 1)) regarding a full-scale wage survey. One such survey is shp. cen., 30 min.Inlet.from NAS, owner,
$3,500, Doctor Accone, SP 11059.
deter or conduct limited or gen- speeding, reckless driving and scheduled_to be conducted by the Navy soon with industrial Cedar Hillt-mutt tell hou... Orders

eral war. Resources of the armed driving at night. Strict observ- firms in this area. --- -.- .. to Norfolk, V., 4 bdrm, 2 bath, car
I issue an equitable pay scheduledue util! fen-In bk yd, hwrrl
services should be used exten- ance of traffic laws plus common port rm patio
Q. Are incentive and piece to the Navy's method of fet, sacrifice equity & assume $78 mo
driving should be suf-
sively to further objectives of work rates data collected? I alignment of occupations basedon pymts'G.I. loan. Contact Crosby at SP
political, economical and psycho- ficient in avoiding accidents, Ad- I 1-4937 anytime.
logical miral Craig pointed out. But A. Yes, provided that base, relative difficulty, knowledge Cedar Hills Terrace-3 bdrmt, 2 baths,

associations programs.In with at certain other factors should be guaranted rates are also available required and skill needed.Q. .4 mo. old GI mtg., $62 per mo, $200
people be 6783 Muffet
considered he said. I and average hourly earnings can If is not Equity can seen at
home and abroad the serviceman my sur- lane, North. Joseph Atkinson, Ext. 427.
should strive to generate respectand HE URGED commanding of- be accurately determined. I veyed how is my rate of pay For Rent

a greater appreciation of ficers to have men check out a IS FRINGE benefit data set? Lake Shore-small furn. apt, util. furn.,
on leave during daylight hours collected? I $50 In prl. home Ig yd. Mrs. Groves,
A. Your pay is set from dataon EV 94275.
rather than at night, thus insuring A. Yes. The centsanhour'value national trends in private Furn Apt.4 rmi bath, clean, conv.

that those traveling long of fringe benefits, how- industry and by relative difficulty Fredna Hanks EV 9-0291.
Anchor Ave.-3 bdrmt house C. B.,
distances will begin their jour-
ever, is not computed due to knowledge and skill re- carport ven bids, conv. to NAS $84
r ney during the day rather than impracticality of measuring pri- quired.Q. per mo. Kathryn Knudsen, SP 1-3110

in the more dangerous hours of vate benefits on holidays, leave, If after 1700 wkdyt anytime on wkends.
rating was -
darkness. my Wanted-couple to there home In take
insurance and such matters.
Also in this connection, he I will I get the actual rate Shore. Mrs. S. Bailey EV 9-8047 after
Q. Are bonuses paid by pri- found in this area? 1700.
asked that Navy personnel be vate firms used, in computingrates : Apt.-1st fir, Ig fireplace, move In
urged to: use commercial trans- A. Not necessarily. Navy pay immediately. $100 per mo. 2765 Vernon

portation on long journeys and ? I is based on overall survey re- Terrace.

JTy called to their attention the fact A. Yes, provided they are. sults. For example, survey results lake Shore-unfurn house 3 bdrm, kit.

paid per agreement and constitute fhow that local rates equp., enclo. porch 5078 Camille Ave.
that most commercial carriers may EV 8.4188 after 1700 or Ext. 368.
give reduced fares to military part of the regular compen- fir a particular job have not in- This 'n' That

personnel in uniform.For sation. I I creased.If Lost-set of keys, with dog tags. Call
William Blackburn AEC, AEB( ) School,
Navymen returning to Q. Are all Navy occupations however, the overall results i Ext. 559 or EV 8-8115 evenings.

Jacksonville from long journeyson included in the survey? show a general increase, this Found-late model hub cap on Roosevelt
t11PflittlF.ft leave and while enroute are A. NO AS DATA on all oc- will be reflected in higher rates Blvd. at Cumberland Housing. May
,, : : 19ONn be reclaimed by identifying & reward.
': tr 110o ,12 I" Jro ,: I. too tired to drive, he said that cupations is not necessary to for all Navy jobs. ing small boy who found it. Ext. 559or

they should be encouraged to
I i CV 8-8115 evenings.
,t' ;i ft 789k call their commanding officersfor Lost-ladies gold wrist watch, black

II 12 Li: U I:) 10, I IIi H an extension of leave so they cloth band lost In vicinity of Navy Exchanges
Store. If found, call Ext.
or Toy
I'I) 20 2j.2223 2
can rest. The extension shouldbe 8321, reward. Lcdr W. Marusa FAW-11.

5 26) 272U'JW, ;30LONGSTEMMED);:uI l granted, he said, since it is ,.'s ,:f >E I
BEAUTY "better to lose a man for a day .,
Help For NeedyContinued
Daintily perched on a hat check than forever." I

stand curvaceous Gayla Graves CALLING ON his Naval Aviation ( from Page 1))
I strikes a tantalizing pose. Not Donations will be accepted from
only beautiful. Miss Graves is experience, Admiral Craig 1;

also a talented dance instructor said that men going on long L ..J anyone.
for Warner Bros. trips by automobile should take k Tl L y FOR FURTHER information,

with them a sort of "co-pilot" Ito | } call. Mrs. Frances Cherry at extensions -

PO Offers help watch for traffic hazards c ; 205/215. Other members

(Continued from Page 1)) and to take a turn at the "con- I serving on the committee are;

Extra window services will be trols when the pilot gets tired." L # Kathryn Lewis, O'Steen, H. R.

available from December 12 to He also requested stronger I Lutzen, D. W. Chason, Vi Hig-

20 at parcel post and stamp win- military punishment for "repeat" ginbotham, Sammie Whittington,

dows at post offices in Jackson- traffic violators and encouragedmore all of Public Works; Marie Robinson -

ville and aboard the Station. cooperation between Naval I of the ROINCC Office and

They will be open from 0730 to and civil authorities in disposi- Joan Temple of the NabSix Pub-

1730 or until all customers have tion of Navy-connected accident lic Works Office.

been served. cases. This committee carries on an

On December 16, stamp and Among other proposals: enormous workload which involves -

parcel post\ windows will remain Warn personnel of the dangerof & : ::5 : purchasing the food for

open until 2030 at the Jackson- carbon monoxide which may each family according to its size,
ville main post office and at all result from faulty mufflers. separating clothing and toys into

post offices aboard the Station. Request individuals sign : the boxes to be delivered, wrap-

Regular weekday service hours 'drive. safe" pledges and distri- MARINE NCO RETIRES-M/Sgt. George Shappo, (center, ping the boxes, and labeling with

from 0830. to 1630 will be observed bute windshield decals to those rear) beams with pride after retiring from the Marine; Corps name and address.

at the downtown post office -' .who sign. following over 20 years service. Maj. James Landrum Jr., The committee's job also involves -
(right) Marine Barracks executive officer, read retirement
,. West, ,Bay Annex and post IMPRESS ON Navy men to be orders to M/Sgt. Shappo during a ceremony last week at the gift wrapping any pack-

offices. aboard ,the Station. And especially careful when driving NAS Jax bandshell. Front row, ((1elllo right) Michael Roberta ages which must be bought, and

all NAS Jax post office facilities during the most dangerous hours and I Carolyn children of the retiring Marine veteran pause making the .actual deliveries to

will observe Saturday service 200' to 0400, 0600 ,to 0800 and after the ceremony along, ,with Mrs., Shappo. M/Sgi., Chappo all sections of Duval County just
Is the possessor of IS medals acquired during his long stay
December 17 from 0830 to 1300, 1600 to 1800. with the Corps. prior to Christmas.Pay. .