Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 26, 1961
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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I Budget Seeks Holding Line On Men, Ships

In his last budget message Total monies asked for the strength will remain at 16. conversion program is up payments as an average for

to Congress, former President Defense structure is $41.8 bilThere would still be 11 about 50 percent over the I the year. In the Marines the

Dwight D. Eisenhower asked lion. Navy and Marines are ASW carrier groups. Patrol current year. A total of 30 total will be 18,600. And there

for the ,Navy: slightly less in for $12.4 billion; Army for and airborne early warning new ships and 22 conversions will probably be no money

money, the same number of $10.4 billion and Air Force, squadron totals will be dropare sought, up from this year's budgeted this time for start

personnel, fewer planes, same $17.8 billion. Slightly more ped by one, to 37. Two were totals, although the 1962 fisof the Navy's officer responsibility
number of ships, although than a billion would go to the cut this fiscal year. cal year shipbuilding and pay program.

smaller, more Marines in the Office of the Defense SecreThe active aircraft inventory conversion program would No one is certain what will

Fleet; Marine Force, and more tary, reports Navy Times. for the Navy and Marines cost .less. Eisenhower's
happen to figures
travel' m ney. The operating fleet would will drop to 8401( under Eisen-4 .The difference is in the type
He proposed that the Navy remain ...unchanged ..in .size. hower's proposal, down from of ships sought. There are no now that a new President -

and Marine Corps retain their There will be 817'ships' of the 8769 proposed for this new plans for a carrier. is in the White House.

current strength levels, 625which 318 will be combat fiscal year of 1961. For the pro-pay package, the There is feeling that there

000 and 175,000, respectively. types. The basic carrier group The Navy's shipbuilding and budget proposals mean 50,000 will be revisions.

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Vol. 18 No. 45 U. S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 26 January 1961

: I i it00 y-5 M Dates Set For Health,


>,S Joint Crusade DrivePlans

are being mapped by the Navy-Duval Steering
Committee for the 1961 Federal Service Campaign for Na-

tional Health and the Joint Crusade, to be conducted from

February 13 to March 24. I
personnel of all Navy activitiesin
a : This is one of the three soli- the Jacksonville area.

tG citation drives authorized each NO OVERALL dollar goal will

year by the Secretary of the be established, with all activi-
Navy and will call for contribu-
ties striving for 100 percent par-
tions from military and civilian ticipation. However, individual

,. units may follow past policy 'in

4.o ;SS S ;3p R s'' ANNIVERSARYDANCES establishing suggested giving
: guides at their discretion.

SETThe This first drive for 1961 Is a .
Sy+ second of three dances combined effort. Solicitations

S :i-- being held, aboard ,the Stationin will be conducted for five Na-

REPRESENT 120 YEARS-Four employees of NAS Jax observance of the 50th anniversary tional Health Agencies and for
receive 30-year length of service pins for their long serviceto of Naval aviationis three international welfare
Four Employees the government. Presentation. was made' by Comdr. RobertM. scheduled for tonight from agencies under the banner of the
Nelson NAS Jax executive officer (second from right). 2030 to 0030 at the Chief Joint Crusade.
Shown at the ceremony are the four employees along with
Receive 30-Year their department heads. Lefl to right Capt. James J. Davis Jr. Petty Officers Club. Health Agencies involved are
Supply Officer Calvin Gore, John McAndrews and Donald The final dance is set for the American Cancer Society,
Service EmblemsA White, all of O&R} William Williams, of Supply: Comdr. Nelson tomorrow (Friday) from 2100( Muscular Dystrophy Associationsof
and Capt. Thomas B. Haley O&R Officer.
to 0100 at the BluejacketsInn. America, United Cerebral
recent scene at NAS Jax Reservations for the
Palsy, National Society for Crip-
was the presentation of 30-year Contest dances tonight and tomorroware
Cover Design pled Children and Adults, and
of service to four
length pins available at the respec- National Society for Prevention
civil service employees by tive clubs on a first come, first of Blindness.
Comdr. Robert M. Nelson, Sta- served basis.
Cash PrizesThe
Offers I THE THREE agencies in the
tion executive officer.
The Officer's Club held its
I Joint Crusade are the American-
Also present for the ceremonywere NAS Jax Supply Department is offering a $25 cash anniversary dance last nightat Korean Foundation, CARE, and
Capt. James J. Davis Jr., prize for a cover design to be used on a new 35-volume the 'O' Club. A capacity Radio Free Europe.

Supply Officer, and Capt. handbook of material control, programs. The book will be crowd took part in the festivi- (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1))
Thomas B. Haley, Overhaul and published in the near future. ties which ushered in openingof

Repair Officer. The contest is open to all i vice number, and department or anniversary celebrationsfor '4.0'AtNATTUnit

THE THREE employees from civilian and military persons of i activity on your entry. area installations.PREPARATION Reups
O&R and one from Supply were the Station command. Employeesof

presented the Navy's anchor-type and military personnel at- yylr ?'+;r.y
lapel emblem for having completed tached to other than the HAS / %: ::
service in excess of 30 command, are not eligible to Y. J r LS ; Every year the Career Appraisal
: r.
ri r
S ,.S team at the Naval Air
years. enter this contest. ;
Technical Training Unit makesa
The Incentive Awards Program .x'
CONTEST rules are: +fY. Gy fy/ S rr' / ry r 4' "bd :%{ yr survey of all reenlistments in
of the Civil Service Com- ir r/r
mission provides for recognitionof Designs must be on 8 by 10% f.yy+ 'r r the command for the previous

employees who have given inch paper; the central figure of year.When
long and faithful service to the the design must not be larger the survey was com-
Federal government. than 6 by 6 inches; entries may pleted this year after the holi-

Calvin Gore, John McAndrewsand be submitted as freehand or day season, the Team, headed by

Donald White, all of O&R, sketch drawing, black and white Billy Curtis, AEC, released the
following figures proudly:
received coveted 30-year pins. only.

Gore was awarded the pin for They may have local or Navy- In the group of men on their

almost 27 years service with the wide supply significance; they first enlistment, 22 signed
and five civilian dutyat again under the STAR program;
Navy years must be submitted to Box 7500,
for the that had com-
NAS Jax. group
Supply Dept., Building 110, in
term with the Navy,
pleted one
ANDREWS was also time to be received by 1600
93.4 percent re-enlisted in the
awarded the 30-year pin for February 9.DECISION.
four years Navy service and six
civit service at NAS Norfolk of the judges will PAYS OFF-That'. the wise viewpoint of Also, for those with more than
.. years be final and all entries become fix men on staff of Commander Fleet Air Wing 11 who bar two enlistments, an amazing 98.4
He is also 'plankowner'for
a formed an off-duty class. With the advancement'in-riting examinations
property of the Supply Dept. and take
his 20 years civil service at coming up next month the mm hay been pouring reenlisted. These figures
NAS Jax which combine to total none will be returned. 'This is a over text books and training court lately Shown at a study their place better ,when compared -
Federal service. search for ideas; you need not session art. (lIft to right) H. C. Rousey. YN2; S. Johnson PHil with the average reenlistment -
his 30 years be an artist to enter the contest. H. M. Gordon PC2j and W. L. Carter. YN1. Also members of percentage, which is 25
William C. William is a 30- the study group. but not shown, are H. L. Dimmiii YN2. and
(Please turn to Page 6. Co!. 1) Put your name, check or ser- M. D. Fowler PHI. percent or less.Ike's .

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C-p James R. Reedy .. ... ,. _. Commanding OffIcer large crowd attended the ninth annual meeting. of
CM: *. Robert Nebon Executive
Offkw the Jax Federal Credit Union last What is your favorite remedy'aside
NAB Sbq ..... Ak Jftdaw-vOI< Navy Friday at King
Rear A-m. Kenneth &.I0 Commander Hall. Officials termed the meeting a success. I from a doctor's prescription

Capt. Oryton H. Weber Quit of Staff, FilrJuCftf Elections were held to fill postson I for a common cold?

. .*. Nelson M. ..... ___ _-_____________ Quid of Staff, NAB Six! the Board of Directors and nell, all gaining three year I
That the asked
rUt Air Wig EbvtM terms, and William Purcell, who was question ,
Capt. Renfro Turner, Jr. ________________________ ______ Commander Credit, Committee. Ten members will of persons aboard the Station t
two All four
Capt. Murltn W. Alley ChIef Staff Officer of the Credit Union received serve years. during the recent 'cold snap' by
Naval Ak Technical Tr.UUf U.HCpt. men are employed at Overhauland
door prizes headed by Florine
Robert J. fleming ._ _______________ __-____ Commanding: Officer Repair. the Jax Air News' Roving Re-
Comdr Marlon K. Smith ExecutIve Officer Gannaway, winner of the first porter."I .
Naval H...... prize of a portable TV set. Elected to one year terms on

Cepf. William L Enoelmen _... Commanding Officer OTHER PRIZE winners and the Board were Comdr. Nathan take a little hot toddy and
John 0. Feder Cole Jr. NAS Jax Officer then straight to bed. If
Capt. : Executive Officer their gifts were Eulie Rhodes, a Legal go any-
NARTU and Roland Industrial knew
Byrd, : one a
Capt. P. H. Holt Commanding Officer Polaroid camera; Chester Rob- : "'T':
Hygienist. : possible
Comdr. William M. Mllltr Executive Officer bins, 12-gauge shotgun; Mar- : ... remedy
NEW MEMBERS of the Credit '.i. for
> !; ;f curing
Printed commercially with non- pproprteted fvndi In Jacksonville, Fiends *t no guerite Holloway, portable type- Committee are John Kaczetow, 5: i. a cold immediately
expentt to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P.35 Rev. July 1958 writer; Augustus Collins Jr.,
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jackaonville, transistor radio William Barrett, to serve for three years, and they

Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air transistor radio; Vergie Green, Tony Zambito, on the committeefor could make a
deserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital./ a one-year term. Kaczetowis > million dollars.
fishing rod and reel James '
Service Information Officer _________ Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnls Jr. ; an O&R employee and Zam- Colds aresomething
portable transistor radio
Assistant Service Information Officer .... Andrew H. Piney Regas, ; bito is from Public Works. you
Editor-Gordon Robbie Feature Editor-Mae Spencer. JOIE Staff Rtport.re-San4y Roberta Bradshaw, a carving ': '
the business : ; just have to
Martinson, JOSN; Ralph Bailey, AA. Photographer-Joy Beccarl, PH2. set ,and John Casados, silver Highlighting por-
The Jax Air News Material tion of the meeting, was a speech Whiteman suffer out."
Is a membeH of the Armed Forces Press Service. serving set.Winning .
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit I It given. Photographsunless seats on the Board of delivered by JU professor O. B. Nathan Whiteman, EN2, Station

otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photographs. Barksdale, who stressed the Im- MAA.
Directors were John Borje, Wil-
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone extensions portance of planning ahead for
liam Catrette and Joseph O'ConVitifP.YM "My own personal remedy fora
8164, 656, 272 or 216.Infant'Now. educations.He .
childrens college cold is to get plenty of rest
}: : Cyyccy4n' cited the rising costs of .
1 an and drink.i .l0 %... ;.' :.
education and said that a credit ; ; 1!'< ::' ::: :: '
of liquids such fr: :
union is one of the best ways .. '

for planning, ahead for a college as juices and :.::;...:

education. soups and also

An Accepted take a few

r- Robert McNamaraIs aspirins now
; and then. But,

Navy FacetFifty ,A, New Chief Of most still, rest important is the-

4 "
of all. Johnson.

years ago a brand Dept. Of DefenseRobert Marshall Johnson, SD1, Cecil

new infant emerged the Field
S. McNamara for- BOQ."I
Naval scene and found but a believe in
of the Ford
mer president
die-hard enthusiasts that
would Motor Co. and a former Air getting a lot of
predict its survival. .
Now Force lieutenant colonel, is rest and drink
just about everyone is
agreed that the airplane is the new Secretary of Defense. ing plenty of
Mr. McNamara has been with
stay. liquids. And,
the Ford Co. since 1956.
The Navy did : also, when I
not jump into His appointment as Defense ,
this new field blindly. As earlyas ;.$t.\ Department chief came only a : have a cold I

1898, Assistant Secretary of '\ I month after his election to the { '< take a fewAPC's.
the Navy Theodore Roosevelt, JUNIOR NURSE Pretty Nancy Kendrick. daughter of presidency of Ford.A tAy. Miss
impressed by Pro.. Samuel Pier- Comdr. and Mn. H. E. Kendrick, receives certificate and pin DeMaggio Angie De Mag-
pont Langleys success with from Capt. William L. Engelman. Naval Hospital commandingofficer. NATIVE of San Francisco, he gio, Waitress, Tower Snack Bar
fly- Miss Kendrick was "capped" along with nine other won Phi Beta Kappa honors in .
ing models, had speculated upon teenage volunteers during recent graduation ceremonies of the his sophomore year at the University "I believe in :$:S.ryYACf. Ais..Olyw..v.
the role of aircraft in war. first class of Junior Nurses Aid Training at the Naval Hospital.
of California. He getting lot of
was a
Junior nurses are members of the Jango Guild.
IN 1910 the Navy took its graduated in 1937. Two years later rest besidesirinking f.\!\ :":::. i

first hesitant step, appointingCapt. he received his master's degree $.
orange --
Washington Irving Chambers Ten Teenagers Finish from the Harvard School of Business -
juice lemonade '
Administration. or ::a-: ::
to answer correspondenceon

aviation and keep himself in- After 11 years with an ac- along with \ '

formed of all activity in the Junior Nurse TrainingCandlelight counting firm on the West an "aspirin or '

field. After airplane builder Coast, Mr. McNamara returnedto two. Capt. ,

Glenn Curtiss met Capt. Cham- services were held in honor of 10 teenage Harvard as an assistant pro Charles E.

bers in the autumn of 1910, Cur girls upon completion of Nurses Aid Training of the Jango fessor of business administration. Graham, SeGraham

tiss set out to convince the Navy Guild at the Naval Hospital last week. lective Service Board, Nashville

of. the practicability of aircraft.At The teenage volunteers, now Tenn.
Hershberger. On a leave of absence he
junior aids began training
nurses ,
his urging, a series of de- Welcoming remarks were joined the War Department to
under the supervision of Lcdr.
monstrations was conducted with Eleanor Company last October, voiced by Capt. William L. help build a" statistical control January Vehicle

Curtiss airplanes landing aboard Engelman, commanding officerof system for the Army Air Corps.
and were also the first class in
and taking off from specially the Hospital, who stated the This program was later appliedto
this program at the Jax Hospi- Date Stickers To
build platforms on the cruisers importance of young persons the whole logistics operationof

Birmingham and Pennsylvania.The tal.THE COMPULSORY 24 hoursof showing interest in and partici- the Air Force.

Navy's first aviator, Lt classroom instruction were on pating in such programs of civic DURING WWII he was com- Expire Next WeekPersons

T. G. Ellyson, watched Curtiss Saturdays from 0900 to 1200 and and community value. missioned a captain in the Air

land his hydro-aeroplane along- the required 76 hours of ward Following the welcoming remarks Force, serving in England, India, operating privately-
the presentation of owned vehicles aboard the Sta-
were China and the Pacific. He
side the Pennsylvania. Later, training after school hours and was
to the girls by Comdr. tion reminded that January
along with Naval Aviators during their spare time. caps awarded the Legion of Merit and
Veronica M. Bulshefski, Chief date decals will expire Tuesday.
by the time of his discharge had
2 and 3, Lts Johns Rodgers and Graduation ceremonies for the
Nurse at the Hospital, and risen January 31.
pre- to the rank of lieutenant
John H. Towers Lt.
Ellyson set Girls with
new Jango along pre-
sentation of certificates
by Capt.
up a flight.training camp at sentation of caps and certificatesand colonel. To avoid detention at the gate
Engelman and Lcdr. Company
Greenbury Point, near Annapolis, awarding of pins, took placeat Awarding of pins was also con- because your sticker hai expired,

Md., after Navy Secretary Georgevon the Hospital Chapel. ducted by Capt. Engelman and THIS WEEK'SBRAINTWISTER persons possessing January decals -
L. Meyer decided to I are encouraged to renew
go The girls, dressed in light blue Lcdr Company with an inspir-
ahead with a Naval Aviation pinafores and starched white ing address by Rhodes B. Holli- / / them as soon as possible.

program.ti blouses, were Margaret Barkley, man Ph.D., Assistant. Professorof How many. words of four let- Documents needed for renew-'

THE: REDLETTER day cameon Christine Beyer, Judith Casey, Biology at Jacksonville Uni ters or more can you form from als are: valid insurance policy

May 8, 1911. It was on this Pam Fraser, Carol and Nancy versity. the letters in the word ARBI- ((10-20-5)), current state registration -

day that the U. S. Navy pur- Kendrick, Virginia Morgan' Pglly PROF. HOLLIMAN remarked TRATOR Only one form of identification card or badge
chased its first aircraft and set Ramella, Shelley 'Stegg "and. that prospective nurses ,should one word is permissible> and no and current driver's license.

out to toa Nancy Thompson. J. endeavor. to. .maintain .
prove a high proper .names. We managed to Tests on the vehicle's safety
skeptical world that the airplane AT '1900. THE graduation 'program scholastic standard and that run .up a score of 32 Words on equipment will also be conducted

would change Naval strategyand started witty the pro es- nurses"ihust; be efficient in 'suchsubjects this one. See if you can (do as and these tests must be pass-

doom' entire classes of sional"and followed. by the, invocation as anatomy, physiology, well or better. ed, before new decal can beis-

powerful surface ships. by chaplain John R. pharmacology many others. (Answer on Page 4)) sued. >. .

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26 January 1961 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3


: {.
New officers have been chosen I

for the Yukon Fleet Reservists, A j

Inc. They include J. E. Murphy, k \j

president; L. P. Whitmire, vice- 21 : "' I L
\ $ A f.'rk,'
president; W. H. Johnson, secre-
tary; and the following membersof

the Board of Directors: A. w: t > ,
: .,... .. 4t .> Aviation Ordnance School -
Midgett, T. C. Scott, J. R. Whit- Lf < 'I>. <:
mire, W. G. Zielman, John Man- ; \ ; .r ::, '; The personnel office reports that
dujano and R. Atwood. seven men at AO School were

Purpose of the corporation is .1 L.dL ( promoted to chief on January 16.

to provide a permanent home tt They are:
for the branch by fund raising J. W. Swinney, AOCA, and D.

campaigns and by selling five S. Cox, AOCA, both students in
dollar building bonds. AO"B" School; L. L. Martin,

Monthly Yukon Branch 126 AQCA, an instructor at NAWSO
meetings are held every third [ Phase, and D. L. Brewer, J. T.

Thursday at the Yukon Branch tL Buckley, J. E. Printy and L. N.

meeting hall, 4530 120th St. in Settle, All AOCAs.
Yukon; meetings start at 2000. 1c Top student in AO"A" Schoolfor
John Crotty, AE1, member- NEW CHIEFS ALL Seven first class petty officers at week of January 11 was
ship chairman, urges all to work Technical Engineers NAS Jax were promoted to chief January 16 as commands F. N. Graver, AA, of Class 6048.
throughout the Fleet effected promotions to those due for pay
for a gold membership award hikes Honor class for that week was
Local Started as result of November fleetwide examinations. Congra
which includes a free FRA cap. tulating the new chiefs is Comdr. Robert M. Nelson (right) Class 6050.Aviation.
At the January meeting, Mand- .local of the American Federation NAS Jax executive officer. Front row. (left to right) are J. P. Electrician's Mate
Hulen ADCA. J. H. Stewart. AKCA. R. L. Mercer. AQCA and
ujano was awarded a gold award. of Technical Engineershas I School-Class 6032 graduatedlast
Comdr. Nelson. Rear. M. H. Kent ADCA. C. E. Jenkins BMCA.
Other new award winners include I recently been chartered by R. M. Wagner SKCA. and J. L. King. TMCA. Friday from AE"A" School
John Campbell, Lowell I employees at NAS Jax. and Class 6104 convened Mon:

Lorbeer, Midgett and Rufus All engineers, technicians and
Jones. aides employed in the general CIVIL SERVICENews day.Honor class for week of Jan-

Visitors at the January meet- technical and scientific fields of uary 9 was Class 6038. This class

ing included L. L. Dickerson, A. engineering, architecture and allied compiled 980 points and a per-

J. Wedgewood, V. C. Rotondo, occupations are eligible to In Review fect score is 1000 points. Class
R. A. Meadows, L. VoynovichW. join. 6038 is the first class at AE
J. Capwell. Information can be obtained Schools to come this close to a
from the following: Ray SplinterJr. A study is being made by the tain Federal jobs. perfect mark.'Aviators.

Members of Branch and Unit ., president; Perry Medlock, Civil Service Commission to determine The Commission set up the I

91 of FRA are holding their annual vice-president; Jack Ostertag, whether to recommendto study following complaints froma '
St. Valentine's dance at the secretary; and Joseph Kennedy Congress that maximum age number of Government agencies Are
Fleet Reserve Club Saturday, steward, all of O&R. limits be placed on staffing cer- that the present system of

Feb. 18. The club is located at I ''M'.w.'''''''''''''' ._ AW,_ ','',_'_ _,_ .'.,'..".."A....,__,__, .>.o 'w.w no-age-maximum was handicapping Needed
8554 Roosevelt Blvd. ,, :. them in filling various types -

I The evenings entertainment is >, I of positions.
, scheduled to begin at 2100 and Several years ago Congress removed Blue AngelsThe

J will last until 0100. Dancing will all maximum age barriers
Navy is calling for aviatorsfor
from Federal jobs. Until several
I be to the music of. America's best
known bands, free, on the juke years ago, there had been maxi- the Blue Angels.
The internationally known
<1 box. A tasty buffet will be pro- mum age limitations placed on
vided. various Federal positions.A Navy Flight DemonstrationTeam
j has asked that interested
number of have
agencies recently -
Donations will be one dollar complained to the Com- Naval aviators write to the Of-
per person to members, their
ficer-in-Charge, Navy Flight
mission that they have had to
ladies and guests.Income Demonstration Team U.S. Naval
hire persons too old to perform
arduous or hazardous duties in Air Station, Pensacola, Fla.

some jobs. Also, they complained These officers wil be interviewed -
Tax To 'tro
about having to hire older by the officer-in-charge
of the Blue Angels when the
workers in occupations requiring '
Be Subject Of tc,. + long preliminary training. team is in the vicinity of the requesting -
The agencies claim these posit- I officers' duty station.

Monday MeetThe ions should be filled by younger I Interested aviators are also
persons. urged to indicate their desire to

annual tedious job of filing ++ The Commission has set up a join the Blue Angels on the Officers -

income tax returns is here committee to study the problemand Preference and PersonalInformation

again. In order to help persons make recommendations. Card.
with this task, a one day course Squadron and air group com-
of instruction in the preparationand Voluntary overtime by Gov- manders are requested to recommend -

filing of Federal Income SAFE FROM RAIN-Will be the children in Dewey Park erment empoyees without compensation suitable aviators for
Tax returns is being offered to with the construction of this new bus shelter. All county school is permissable, the Supreme the Angels.
buses serving' the Dewey Park area will pick up and discharge
personnel at NAS Jax. Court has declared in -
children on Elyson Street at the corner of 120th Street west of
Marvin Johnson, a represen- and adjacent to the improved shelter. The old pick-up and dis a U. S. Court of Claims All-Wives Luncheon
tative of' the Department of Internal charge point at Norman Street and 120th Street has been dis decision.
Revenue, will instruct continued. The Supreme Court upheld the Features FashionsAn

Navy personnel in preparationand lower court's decision by refus- All-Wives' Luncheon is
filing'procedures.. Sec. Gates Thanks Armed ServicesThomas ing to review the lower court's scheduled next Wednesday at

The course of instruction- will S. Gates, Jr., outgoing i findings. The case had been 1200 at the NAS Jax Officers- -
able to that feeling of brought by a of Army
see, my group Club.
held Monday (January 30)) Secretary of Defense, has ex- I
obligation extends to all of civilian bus drivers at White i
NATTUnit officers wives will be
from 0830 to 1600 in the lecture pressed his appreciation to all
room located on the lower deckof the armed forces for the services them." Sands, N. M. hostesses for the event which
He added, "I extend to them Army officials said the Supreme will
carry a theme of "Hearts of
Building 955.; officers and men of the uniformed
my appreciation for their magni- Court's action would have Fashion."
forces have provided during his
representative from each
ficent loyalty and support dur- little effect on its more than Music wil be furnished by
tenure in the Administration.Mr. .
division, or more, should attend
ing my tenure as secretary and 400,000( civilian employees as far violinist Laverne Hinson and
this lecture in order to be able to Gates says, "During the
deputy secretary of defense. AsI as voluntary overtime without pianist Bill Davis, a Navy enlisted -
assist others in their division or past eight years, I have visited, return to private life, I do so compensation is concerned. man. They will introduce
office. both in the United States and '
with the assurance that our Government department and fashion numbers and provide
Assistance. in preparation of overseas, 'many bases and unitsof military forces throughout the agency officials are unanimous, entertainment for the program.
routine returns will not be avail- all the armed services world are a'strong and effective however, in saying that they do Fashion show commentatorwill
able to civilian personnel in their performance has been suchas shield for the of
security the not feel that voluntary payless be Terry Dahly, with Mrs.
Station Legal Office or to all to excite the pride of one who nation." overtime concept would be pushed Robert J. Fleming, wife of the
Navy people due to lack of necessary served among them so many
or encouraged in their agen- NATTUnit commanding officer,
personnel. years. Your contribution to the 1961 : cies as a result of the court de- chairman of the functionAn

Persons requiring professionalhelp "While I have tried at each March of Dimes drive nol only cision. Nevertheless, employee elaborate dance show is being -

with income tax returns can place to show my gratitude for helps continue ihe fight against leaders said they would keep planned by Sand Gordon, whois
obtain information through the their courtesies and assistance, I polio, but also is extended to assist close watch on the situation "to handling the complete choreo-

Tax Information Department of should like, in this final letter, in the conquest of two] other see to it that agencies don't get graphy. He'll be assisted by
the Internal Revenue Service at to assure them and those of their costly and painful cripplers any' wrong ideas as a result of partners, Bobbe Bibbs and
400 W. Ashley St. in Jacksonville. comrades whom I have been un- birth defects and arthritis. the court decision." Charlotte Piper.


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Groundwork Set For 1961 :' {


Armed Forces Day Fete t

Washington (AFPS-Armed) Forces Day 1961 will againbq

celebrated during the third week of May and already a

manual for project officers and local committees is off the R

press. This special day for the Armed Forces was establishedIn

President.1950 by the Secretary, of Defense, with approval of the :LL 1 : cm 4

ties committees are formed
Designation of a single annual x : L

occasion in lieu of different dates officials through the and effort representatives of local public ofveterans' F :e ? "* W

previously observed by individual -
patriotic, womens',
services was in line with the
labor, industrial, commercial,
creation of the Department of
educational, religious, fraternaland
Defense by Congress.

ARMED FORCES Day is in- other groups. z r. .
Security and other considera-
tended to symbolize the inter-
tions permitting, Army, Navy,
dependence of all components of
Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast
the Armed Forces. It affords an
Guard and Reserve commandshold
annual opportunity to demon-
the traditional "open
strate the working relationships "
between the Army, Navy, Air

Force, Marine Corps, Coast MARINE RESERVE INSPECTION-Marine Reservists of I
Guard Reserve and aux- MARTD squadrons stand at attention during inspection of their :
Forces Sixth Year Of Teeners Club To
ranks Sunday at the NARTU hangar. Brig. Gen. Louis B. Rob-
iliary organizations at levelsof
ertshaw Commander of Marine Air Reserve Training conducted -

commands.The AtomPoweredShips I the inspection. At left is the Second Marine Air Wing Bandof Turn Info Gala
President proclaimed the MCAS Cherry Point. N.C. In bottom photo. Gen. Robertshaw

third Saturday in May 1950 as inspects rifles of Reservists. At his left is Lt. Col. Horace. Hawn,
MarkedWashington officer of VMA-144.
'Golden Nugget'Gala
the first Armed Forces Day.

Theme for this year's Armed
(AFPS) Cer- opening of "The Golden
Forces Day remains the same -
emonies aboard the Navy's first Nugget", formerly the Teen
"Power for Peace.
nuclear submarine Nautilus on Club, is scheduled for Saturday
The first observance in 1950
Jan; 17 commemorated the sixth night, January 28 in Building 804
used the slogan "Teamed for Defense" -
anniversary of nuclear naval aboard the Station.A .
In 1951 it was "Defen-
/ party in Gay Nineties style
ders of Freedom" and in 1952 power.
Attending was Vice Adm. r tt' > will be held and appropriategames
"Unity-Strength-Freedom. 1
H. G. Rickover, long associatedwith vi R. music and refreshmentswill
THE 1953 program emphasizedthe
atomic nuclear power, who be on the agenda.All .
fact that the Armed Forcesof
the United States represent received the Distingushed Ser- r Navy dependents 13 to 19

'"Power for Peace," ,a slogan so vice Medal from Navy Secretary years of age are eligible for

descriptive of our national effort William B. Franke. membership and may join Sat-

that it has been retained. Prior to the ceremony, Mr. urday night. Initiation fee is one

The manual points out, how- Franke, Adm. Rickover and dollar with 25 cents a month
French Ambassador to the U.S. dues.
ever, that in some overseas areas
"Partners for Peace" is used to Herve Alphand, took part in laying Club officials are planning
the' keel of the fleet ballistic
point up out Free World alliance. many interesting activities for

Although the Defense Depart- missile submarine Lafayette., i S the future. The work of convert-

ment coordinates .the observance The commemorative ceremony ing the Teen Club into "The

nationally designating certain marked; the sixth year to the day Golden Nugget" has been goingon
and hour since the first skipperof
areas of responsibility and as- for some time.

signing one of the services as the Nautilus, Comdr. Eugene Playing a major role in plan-

coordinating authority in each I Wilkinson, flashed ashore his ning of the "Nugget" has been

area, interest and emphasis for historic message" : "Underway on Years Of Research Seen Dennis Liberty, along with other

the day are actually at local nuclear power. club members.
Both Capt. Wilkinson and Capt.
command or community level.
William R. Anderson, who took Off In I
GOVERNORS and mayors issue Paying Space AgeThird ,. X"v ... '
the Nautilus under the North
Armed Forces Day proclama- :ClassifiedFor

tions. In hundreds of communi- Pole in 1958, were present. ( in a series on "Seapower The Navy In Space." This is ; ,
The Distinguished Service .. i'
<< 'C '
the Navy viewpoint as expressed by Admiral Arleigh Burke, Chief "
Medal presented to Adm. Rick-
\ of Naval Operations.) Sale
s over is the Navy's highest peace- The Navy's contribu- Transferring in Jan.-My lots your
time decoration. many gain 'on 3 bdrm. home, kit equip, Ig.
Comdr. Casey tions to the current national fen. cor. lot, GI Equity, 1 blk. from

effort in space have been Cedar Hills ihp. cen. Griffin, SP 1.1612

Brig. Gen. RobertshawHas generated primarily as a bonus or Ext. 8133.
New Skipper Being Transferred-Mutt tell $3,300
Marine NamesakeBrig. from many years of in-
Equity for $1,000, 40' x 10', 2 bdrm,
Gen. Louis B. Rober- tense but normal research ef- auto. washer, wire fence, tee to apprec.at .

atf shaw, Commander of Marine Air Of Patron 5 fort. The organization with 5939 Roosevelt Blvd., Lot 7, Trailer
the longest time in this Terrace after 1700 wkdayt &
Reserve Training and who was Comdr. T. H.. Casey Jr. has space anytime
program is the Naval Obser- wkendt. Jordan, AD2, Ext. 396, wkdayt
here for inspection of the local, relieved Comdr. J. J. Coonan as or EV 4-7878 after 1700 & wkendt.
Marine Air Reserve Training commanding officer of Patrol vatory.ITS WORK AND Cedar Hillt-3 bdrm," 1} bath, carport,

Detachment last Sunday, has Squadron 5. Comdr. Casey, who contributionsin built-in oven & range, low down & mo.
the extremely accurate plot- pymtt, 4008 Peter Rabbit
assumed of the Drive. Mr.
charge squadronlast
been carrier of
regarded as a an
ting of celestial bodies is well Hill, SP 1.1817.
Friday, has been executive
impressive name known. The additional wealthof For Rent
However,., Brig. Gen. Robert- officer there for the past year. information celestial Unfurn. Houte-2 bdrm., etec. kit. opt.,
shaw is not alone in the Corps Comdr. Casey has had wide on me- fen. yd., $65 per mo., 5420 Wetconneft

with this name. Another officer and varied experience in his chanics and other astronomicalfields Blvd, conv to NAS & C. F. Mrs. Sara
developed by the Observa- Park, SP 1.2795 or SP 1-4608-after 1630.
with a similar name, and also Naval career, which dates from
tory is proving valuable to U. Apt. Furn-4 rmt & bath, porch, yd.,
similar rank, is Brig. Gen. June of 1942. He took part in S. space efforts. gar., $70, 3859 Hertchel. Mrt. Lottie

Samuel Robert Shaw, servingin the WW II invasion The Clark, EV 71950.
California. of Africa Navy space surveillance Gar. Apt*-Furn., 2 bdrm., clean, 12220
system SPASUR, stretches Challen Ave. Fredna
across Hanks, EV 9-0291
and France and
Brig. Gen. Shaw is Commanding
the southern United States. Furn. Apt.-3 rmt, bath, prl. entr,
General of the Pacific Fleet saw extensive It's sometimes called Dark Fence adults, 745 King St., Rivertide. Mrt. E. M.
Landing Force Training Unit at >{ s.?: duty in they because Smith.
of its
ability to detect
the Naval Amphibious Base in Pacific theater. 8601 Roosevelt Blvd Unfurn. house,
San DiegoIt's In recent years :I and obtain orbital data on non- 3 bdrm, elec. kit., carport, util. rm. out

.;.,. radiating satellites.All door grill, pretty lot, 1i mI. south of
not known whether Brig. he.'s worked in NAS. Mrt. Ehland.
orbiting satellites
Gen. Louis B. Robertshaw and Comdr. Casey the guided mis- under are Murray Hill-Lake' Shore Area-Unfurn.,
constant watch
Brig. Gen. Samuel Robert Shaw sile field. by this 3 bdrm. house, kit. equip. Mrt. W. R.
M system and any new earth or- Middlebrook, EL 5-1461 '& EV 4-4159
have ever'met.Answer .
Comdr. Coonan, who leaves for
biting vehicle which crosses the after 1600.
k, R. duty in the Office of the Chiefof "Fence" will immediately be de- Furn. Room-Ig. rm., prjv. bath refrlg.

( to Braintwister) Naval Operations in Wash- tected and added to the TV, 2 entr, hot plate, real., suit for 1 or
Abort, abator, abattoir, aorta, ington, piloted the "Mad Foxes" pattern. 2. Mrs. D. M. Clark, EV 73159.

GRADUATION TIME A aria,. arbor, aroar, attar, rata, through one of their most suc- This 'N' That

recent high school grad pert ratio, riata, riot, roar, rota, bait, cessful years, highlighted by a Nip: My dentist bought a new from Car Jax Pool Beach Wanted-2, 07151600.persons Chief for Hewitt.pool,

Patti Hopkins strikes a happy boar, boat, brat, briar, iota, taro, five-month Mediterranean deployment house in the country. Ext. 427 or CH 6-3686.
after graduating to an
pose ice skating Job with a professional tartar, tart, tabor, tiara, .tort, in support of the Sixth Tuck: What'd he call it? Found-USN ring In Admin., Bldg. 1,

ice show. traitor, trait, trot, trio, obit, orbit. Fleet. Nip: Tooth Acres. owner may claim at Pass & ID Office,
Building 9.


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26 January 1961 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5

Now's The Time ; '--

To Get Fishing k- fAX AIR SPORTS

i NEWSDistrict
Gear In Shape

Believe it or not, spring will
be here soon and thousands of

fishermen will be taking to the } Regional Cage

waters once more. Now is a good ,
time to re-check the gear that :
was put away at the end of last : i-
season. _ Tournies Slated Here

Reels get a lot of abuse duringa

season, and, if they're not Local basketball fan are promised plenty of fast action

properly cared for, can result in next month with word that NAS Jax will play host to the

the loss of many fish as well as Sixth Naval District Tournament February 20-25 at Main-

faulty casts. 1 side gym.
Proper lubrication is the keyto Last year more than ten teams

a smooth working reel. In the entered the tournament, includ-

bait-casting variety, the spool ing those from Memphis, Key Best PhysiqueTo

spindles, the gears, and the level- West, Pensacola, Sanford, Green
wind mechanism should be well i Cove, Glynco and Charleston and
Be Chosen
lubricated. Just a touch of greaseis Jax Navy.

all that's needed on the gear ; Winner of this tournament will

teeth. enter the South Atlantic Regionals In NAS EventAttention
Plain petroleum jelly, such as also to be staged at the
vaseline, should never be used. It Mainside enclosure. Dates for of all male military

won't cling to the gears in hot .HURRICANES.FLIERS this tourney are Feb. 27 March members is being focused on the
weather and hardens in cold BATTLE-Mickey Walker ((41)) of 3. Mr. Jax Navy physique contest
the Charleston AFB Hurricanes, and Jax Navy center Bernie
weather., Freeman, ((21)) battle for the ball during the Jax Navy-Charles- Beginning March 6, the All scheduled to be held February
Fly reels need very little care. ton basketball game played last week at Mainside gym. The Navy Tournament, including the 15 at 1900 at the Mainside gym.
An occasional drop of oil on the Fliers dropped the game 68-61, and also lost a game to Char best teams from all the Navy The Mr Jax Navy Trophy will
center spindle is about all leston the following night, 7056. Next home appearance for
that is districts, will compete for top go to the winner. Smaller tro-
the Fliers is scheduled for February 7 against the Marine
necessary. Supply Depot of Albany, Ga. honors at Norfolk, Va. phies will be awarded to strongmen -
The winner of this tournamentwill getting the judges' nod for

compete in the All Service I best chest, arms, back and legs.
ComFairJax Jax Navy Promises Tourney, slated for late March. Judges will be experts in body

building, including the holder of

Bud Hamilton standout grid- the "Mr. Flqrida" title.
Cage TourneyIn Potent Gloves
Squad ster while playing for the Golden All entries must be submittedto

Gophers of Minnesota and first- Mainside athletic director
ProgressThe I The Jax Navy boxing team, under coach Chuck Phillips, stringer with the Mitchel AFB, Frank McCaffrey before Feb-

promises to put up a good representation for the Flier stablein N.Y., cage squad last season, is ruary 15. Weight lifting room at

ComFair Jax Basketball the coming Golden Gloves amateur boxing tournament. back with the Vols sporting his the gym is open daily from 1000
Tournament ends tomorrow after Scene for all bouts will be the Jacksonville Coliseum, running I well-known one-hand jump shot. to 2100.

five days of elimination play. Of from Jan. '30 to Feb. 2. Eastern Golden Gloves champ- ,
I The event will host individualand ur4aa"Y. a w: 4 @:? f fi ar
seven teams represented, four are ionships the second week in '..2$' :
units from NAS Jax, VAP-62, team entries from Florida March. ::3fiKr'sbtv4 :3-

VP-30, VA-44, and FAETU. and throughout the southeast. Some Jax Navy mittslingers : :!. 8 Y :i{i y$ grr: ;}z iNaruK iqirj: k k
AMONG prizes to be awarded
Two carriers have teams en- ; entering the event are: Ken Bar-
tered, also. They represent the will be trophies, team jackets
clay and C. E. Muller, heavy-
and a week-long trip to New
FDR and Shangri-La. Also entered weights; L. R. Stewart, 174;
York for the Open division win-
is VFP-62 of Cecil Field G. W. Crouse, 165; Les Barker,
NAS. ners, who will compete in the
155; Landy Dove, 145; Steve
At this time in action so far, Jenkins, 139; D. K. Murdock,

VAP-62 downed VP-30, 66-30; Pinsplitters Lengthen 135; Myron Pat Brady, 126, andJ. $,
Shangri-La took VFP-62, 53-43; Wives Bowling Lead L. Closner, 118. i

FAETU rolled over VA-44, 82- The Enlisted Men's Wives ADVANCE sale tickets may be I It't t, ,4\{:+ 71
{#{} ii'
45, and the FDR sneaked past, Bowling League saw the Pin- purchased aboard the Station at .
FAETU 59-56. splitters lengthen their lead last Special Services, Building 704.

Winner of the tourney will week by downing the Oddballs, Price is 50 cents for admissions yYny :::43s.YY5i< r:fxy:' .fir}
compete in the AirLant com- 3-1, giving them a 44-20 record. "ats. Reserved tickets may be

petition, the winner of which The Oddballs trail, 35-29, and purchased at the coliseum for ."
will go to the All Navy to be the Hi Balls are in third with a 2.50 each. Cr.a aa,}{' 4}yiti:3i': 3' 4i y d 9'a': : iff {:. ik:,':fi{YY

held March 6 at Norfolk, Va. 32-32 mark. : I_ { ....+4. l_
High game for the week wentto
Air Force Stuns
A retired mathematics teacher Jean Carter with 199, and

named his new cottage "After series honors went to Marge
Math." Davis, with 524.INTRAMURAL Pair Of Foes In

Hardwood LeagueLast 6nrsay4.4rH: ::r' Y!:'Yr- ,:, 'iti r :. ;w Ary

week's intramural basket- { !. S Y.

ball play was full of upsets, as ''..Y
lowly-touted 679th Air Force ,. 3't'ffr. '
pulled itself up a little with rr.St ;

twin victories, 33-30, over ::1:
hi "' :' '
% ;
NARTU, and 49-45 over O&R in :may fait: tXh i:, Y' !
C"'t: the Mainside League last week. .
.rty. >i;rNN a1 Q'f iK
The remainder of headline action f7F

f, Y thr went to VAP-62's teams, the
Warriors and the Braves. The .{yPt :

Y.,. Warriors dropped two, 51-41, to
NARTU, and 52-51, to the Boat-

y4f house while their brethren pulledto ?
X { )+ third place ((7-1)) with twin

wins, 52-29 over Dispensary, and

;"m 65-45: over Aircraft Maintenance.The .
undefeated ranks slimmedeven
L" :
; further last week as Ad- {
sr7C..rwdj y r's
ministration bowed to FAETU,
68-63, to 'give Hospital ((7-0)) and

": ."fl, .. 'i' \.1/ the Leathernecks ((6-0)) undis-
....,... .....;.j: :.,.{w"'# .,..,:, .N:. ., ,.. puted leadership of the league
Arnold Radowic.
FRACAS Hospilalmen
((21)) and Carroll Moody, ((22)) grapple under the boards with a lead. CAN' YOU BEAT THIS PHYSIQUE so.'or if you think
pair of unidentified VA-44 players 'during heated action in the In other hoop action last you can possibly whip yourself Into similar1 shape you may
VA-44-Hospital intramural basketball game at Mainside gym week, ComFair Jax dumped' Dis- have a chance at top prize for best all-around muscleman in
last week. Hospital won the game 70.55 to maintain its first pensary, 59-21, VP-30 downed the Mr. Jax Navy contest to,be held) February 15 at Mainside
place perch in the Mainside League. Intramural basketball activity Operations 64-31, and Hospital gym.. An. appropriate Jrophy will be given the winner! while
best chest
evenings awards will also be given individual categories
afternoon and many
is each
at the gym.conducted,', tilted VA-44, 70-55. arms, back and legs. See story elsewhere on this page.



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I Brazil Press '! "

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journalistspaid : :
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a visit this week to the :i.M/.r,:;::/ \ J. : :' : ::" .
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Naval Air (
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hand look at U.S. Naval ;)':'ii, I. .. \ I : :' ) : :.J ; \
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training techniques.The '< I .. .
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at the Naval Air Stationat ,, : : ." .> I
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1600 from the carrier :t "
Tuesday ; :? r ;
Essex and left for Key West NAS 'h ::1 : : ; : )

Wednesday about 1345. "'j "" .; ;. :.. ..tMii:;;: i';i. f; .t -1:11;:
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The Jacksonville visit was ; '' :

part of a seven-day tour of < : .f'JP ': :; .

southeastern Naval air installations J ;: ; :

plus observing of antisubmarine I :
warfare exercises on .

board the Essex off the East ..
Coast. "SHIPPING OVER"-Capt. James R. Reedy NAS Jax
commanding officer, congratulates two minded '
Navy career. "
The'seven journalist visitors Carlson/ Trigg men as they "ship over" for another tour of duty. On left is '.
were Fausto Almeida, Walter I James Smith. HM1 shown being congratulated by Capt. Reedy. Navy WivesCorner I ,
Jose Paulon, Gilson Campos, Gather HonorsAt Looking on is Smith's wife Jeannette. In right panel. Capt. ,

Pedro Torre, Fernando H. De Reedy congratulates David Smith SD2 of the BOO. Presentat

Oliveira, Nilo Dante and Antonio the January 20 gradua- the ceremony is Smith's wife Pearlena.

Peixoto De Valle.Accompanying tion of Aviation Electrician'sMate

School students, Allen
the group was Club Marks Members of Jax Navy Wives
Carlson, AEAN, of Marble- Sailing
Capt. John J. Hilton, Subchief Club No. 86 are reminded that
head, Ohio, received top
to the U.S. Naval Mission in it has been necessary to changethe
honors of his class.
Brazil, and Lcdr. A. A. Schirmer, Fourth Year ActivityAs date for installation of officers -

Chief of Naval Operations representative Carlson has been transferredto to February 4.

Attack Squadron 44 at NAS Reservations for the banquet-

Jax. the days lengthen and spring nears, members of the dance to be held at the Seminole

; Navy Jax Sailing Club are readying their boats for a seasonof
Hotel be
at 1900 made
Top honors at graduation of may by

Special Projects Aviation Ordnance School the sailing.Last third place trophies as it swept contacting Mrs. Elma Everoski.

same date went to Ralph Trigg weekend the Club enteredits the Rhodes Bantam class at the Regular club business meetingis
Officer On TV first competition for tOOL scheduled for February 8 at
AOAA, of Houston, Tex.SAILING Orlando Sailing Association Annual
The group won first, second and Regatta at Orlando. 1930 in the clubhouse. The social -
Comdr. Thomas R. Rhees, from
I STRONG WINDS blew from meeting of the month is set
the Special Projects Office, Navy
for February 22 at 1930.
the northwest and only four of
Department, will be the special
guest on the Jacksonville Forum t the NJSC: boats ventured out For the regular monthly lunch-

f Saturday but on Sunday as the eon meting, club members are
TV program, to be seen Sunday, a1 P >'17
winds subsided, all boats were due to met at Morrison's cafete-
January 29, at 1400 on Channel
sailing. ria on Monroe St. in Jacksonvilleat
-' cw \ ,- \ \ Comdr. Vernon Anderson, in 1130, Monday January 30.
Comdr. Rhees will answer
RB571, won all races he was in Sale of 1961 automobile license
questions fired at him by a panelof
and was awarded the first place tags will be February 1-16 in the
press media representatives.His .
trophy. Brad Purinton skippered Dependents Information Centerat
discussion is expected to cen-
574 as it took one second and the Naval Air Station main
ter on the Polaris
weapons sys-
two thirds, which merited him gate. Members of the Navy Wives
tem and related systems.
the second place trophy.Bill club will be on hand to sell the

The commander will also con- Humbershine did not sail tags daily from 0900 to 1600. A
duct a briefing for a selected rte;
the 50 cent service charge will be in
first but took
race Saturday,
group aboard the Station Friday effect.
i., two seconds 572
on Sunday in
and will speak before the South-

side Lions Club tonight at 1900 and received the third place Place in Fla. State Midwinter
trophy. Grant Hinefield and
at the House
Town Restaurant. Bantam
Chuck Uber followed in the Championship by Comdr.

same order. Anderson and William Clements;

Second Place in Sarasota
Dates SetContinued Sailing
THE NAVY Jax Club has

( from Page) been active for four years and Championship by Comdr. And-
erson; First, Second, and Third
the at present has a membership of
During upcoming compaign Places in Palatka to Jax Mug
make 25 regular members and six .as-
personnel can one single Race in July 1960 by Porter
sociate members. Regular members
donation to all five health
Wooten Comdr. and
agencies or one single donation I SEASON BEGINS AGAIN Members of the are active duty military Dick Clark; Gator Bowl Regatta
to the, Joint Crusade, or may Navy Jax Sailing Club ready one of their Bantams for the personnel in the Jacksonville
1960 and 1961 club member.stook
make contributions to any one Orlando Sailing Association annual regatta held last weekendat area. Associate members are de- ,
single the central Florida city. Navy Jax took first, second and pendents of active duty military second and third places

agency. third place trophies. Left to right are Comdr. Vernon Anderson personnel retired personnel, and ((1960)) and third place ((1961).
Over $19,000 was contributedto of FAW-11. sponsor and ex-Commodore of the club Lt. Charles ,
National Health agencies by Uber, of ComNab Six Staff Rear Commodore Ensign L. civilian employees of the Navy. THE CLUB holds regular
Brad Purinton of Public Works Commodore Jeffrey Bernard. Available for sailing are five meetings the first Tuesdayof
personnel of Navy activities in
AD3, of VA-44. First Lieutenant, and Gordon Meggison Jr. Rhodes Bantam 14 ft. racing the month at 1930, Building
Jacksonville in last year's drive, PN2, of
NARTU Secretary. sail boats, a 30 ft. whaleboatthat 704, Conference Room. All interested
while a little over $10,000 wentto

the Joint Crusade. I Got Tax Worries? This SolutionPersons I has been adapted for sail people are. invited to

Co-Chairmen for the drive are Try. ing, and a Rebel 16. In addition, attend.

Capt. Nelson M. Head, Chief of who are faced at tax Special Services has availablefive Officers of the Club for the

Staff, Commander Naval AirBases time with large additional pay- increase their withholding two I fiberglass catboats on hand current year are Commodore,
or three dollars per pay period for recreational sailing. Ensign L. Brad Purinton NAS
Sixth Naval District, and ments to the government have a ,
Leonard Eubanks; Industrial Re- way out of this problem in future which may be required to even Sailing instructions on a team Jax Public Works; Vice Com-

lations Officer at NAS Jax. years, the U.S. Treasury Depart- out the tax owed. basis are offered to new mem- modore, William Humbershine,

ment has announced.If bers or any other interested per* VF-162 Cecil Field; Rear Com-

a man finds himself owingan Clerk: "A collar for your husband son. Each boat has a team cap- modore, Lt. Charles Uber, Staff,
Four EmployeesContinued additional hundred dollars ma'am? Yet-what size?," NAB6
or tain and he is responsible for ; Secretary, Gordon Meg

( from Page 1)) more of tax at year's end, he Sergeant'3 wife: "Darned if I instruction of his crewmen. gison, Jr., PN2, NARTU, Trea-

year all-Civil Service award win should reduce his exemption or know. But measure my handsI Club members have won over surer, Maj. Roy Van Rope, US-

ner employed at Supply dependency:\ claims by one. can just reach around his AF
Dept. 15 trophies in the past year at 679th AC&W Squadron,

Almost 15 years of his service This will automatically increasehis neck. various regattas. This includes: Sailing Master, Grant Heinefield,

was at Navy Yard, Philadelphia, tax payments over the year Greater Jax Sailing Championship ADC, VF-161 Cecil Field; First

and a little over one year at by $120 or more and may even Panhandler: "Mister, can you Spring Series I960 won by Lt., Jeffrey Bernard, AD3, VA-

Navy Yard, Norfolk, Va. lie has result in a small refund. pare 20 cent for coffeet"Pedestrian' Comdr. V. F. Anderson in RB- 44, and Social Director, Miss

completed almost 15 years ser Persons, who find themselves : "I thought coffee 571; Bantam Class Championshipfor Shirley Hunt, American Red

vice at NAS Jax which help to owing lesser sums can, in most was a dime." Greater Jax won by Comdr. Cross, USNIL Sponsor and former -

total his 30 years length of ser instances, arrange with their Panhandler: "It is, but I've pot Anderson in Spring Series 1960 Commodore is Comdr. Anderson

vice. masters or disbursing pay-I a date." and ,again fall series 1960; Third of FAW11.f .