Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 15, 1959
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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\ Navy To Stress Youth Under 1959 NESEP Program I I

The Navy will be placing 1 ,
more emphasis 'on its youth eering students and possibly applicants to seek a bachelorof To facilitate the youth emphasis schools will be added to 19

this March when a selection future Naval and Marine. of- science degrees in civilian policy, the Advisory already in the program.
board will pick 200 promising ficers. schools. Board also recommended the Post graduate programs
enlisted men to enter college The 1959 NESEP program Career sailors and Marines, Navy encourage outstanding have also undergone study.
pointed the finger of favor on those with' ten yfears active high school students to join The Advisory Board noted
,this fall under the Navy Enlisted youth after recommendations, service, were favored over the Navy so as to enter the future Navy educational needs

Scientific Education voiced in recent meeting o( those with limited Navy experience four-year college science pro-. would require the service to'
Program. the secretary of the Navy's in the 1958 NESEP gram under NESEP. step up these programs.

Selected from, among 2400 Advisory Board on Scientific selections. Also the board recommended The board felt the Navy
Education, stressed that the Despite the emphasis on the Navy increase numberof should increase not only its
Navy and 600 Marine appli-. Navy expand' this program. youth in the 1959 NESEP engineering colleges and technical and scientific post

cants, these 200 men will be Last year the Navy'selection program, no qualified "older" universities taking part in graduate courses, but also

marked as prospective engin- board chose 135 out of 6000 career man will be rejected. NESEP. Some four or five liberal arts courses as well.


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Force Plans I X

Mayport TripA

naval task force from the .

Netherlands, entitled Operational
Vol. 16 No. 40 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville Florida 15 January 1959
Force V, cruising ir
waters off the Am erica

coast the Naval, has plans Auxiliary to stop Air in Sta al More Hikes Set For EM

tion Mayport during February

The visits will come: from January --. In 115 Different Rates
30 until February 3 and ther
after 11 days at 'wc
sea they'll return -
February 14, remaining until Comforting would be the thought that an automatic
February 23. They will also< S I raise in pay grade would greet those who would merely passa I

visit other Florida points during petty officer promotion test.
if D Pers' predictions for the
their stay in these waters. greetings on the black side of the
upcoming February exams hold
THE FORCE is made up of .>< _ true, however, there'll be an in- ledger will await those expectingto
advance to chief in the communications
one fleet aircraft carrier, Th crease in those comforting
Karel Doorman; two destroyers, thoughts. and aviation fire
the Amsterdam and Gelderlam control technician rates. E-7s in
BuPERS announced recently in
and, one submarine, the Zeele-
these rates will take a nose-
Navy Times it forsees 115 ratesin
euw. which advancements in E-4 dive in expectant promotional
In command- the force wjl! through E-7 will result by mere- opportunities.As .
be Commodore R. Van Karne- ly the passing of a PO test, thus
beek, on board the carrier, which eliminating any quota restrictions.This it now stands, come February -
is commanded by-Capt. H. M. K the Navy will up 3487 to
is increase of 16 rates
F. E. van Oostrom Soede. The MONSIEUR NOUS REGRETTONS Albert Schara, AN an E-7, 2107 ,to E-6, 15,417 to E-5
crew cpnsists of 85 officers am (left) and Michel Janicot AA, ponder the problem, of putting on over last year's 99 rates in which, and 34,639 to E4.ComRafs .
862 men. paper their regrets that they cannot answer the call to arms automatic ups resulted from the
issued them by the French Army. The men are bona.fide members August exams in pay grades E-4
THE AMSTERDAM Is under of Uncle Sam's Navy. But how does one inform La Belle through E-6 and from the February HikedValue
command of Comdr. A. van No- France of this dilemma in a diplomatic manner?
tests for E7s.SIGNIFICANT .
ortwijk and has a crew of 13 officers of commuted rations
and 192 men. The other FRANCE TO DRAFT' tidings of joy has gone up five cents a day,
destroyer, the Gelderland ha! are in store for those going up for from $1.10 to $1.15, as of Jan.

as her skipper, Capt. P. J. S. d( chief in several ratings, especial 1. .
Jong and has a crew of 16 officers U.S. NA VYMEN ? Iv for journalists, machine accountants The increase affects enlisted
and 176 men. and, surprisingly men authorized to mess sep-

The submarine Zeeleeuw will France, living up to her reputation of being an unpredict- enough, boatswain's mates. arately, and will be paid to

be under the command of Lieu- ale woman, has shown her femininity again. However, most noteworthy off I enlisteds on leave.
Like a jealous woman, hatingto .
tenant Commander W. Deege and French and took it in high school.
give i up a man, La Belle
carries a crew of 7 officers and VA-44 Aircraft Sporting
France wants to draft two young HIS REAL father is a colonelin I
70 men. men now serving in the United the French army and is now

Official receptions are being States Navy, and going to Avia- in charge of a POW camp in International Orange Hud
for the Netherland visit-
tion Storekeepers' School at -
ors and in addition the Recrea NATTCenter.ONE In accordance with a cur-
hat markings.The .
tion Department and the USG OF the two, Albert draft notices the boys received rent BuPers letter, the Hornetsof program involves paintinga

will schedule a program of entertaInment Schara, AA, is a naturalized were quite similar. VA-44 are undergoing a large number of aircraft witha

for the officers and American citizen. For him thereis France, having many colonies, change in their familiar blue high visibility fluorescent finIsh -

men of .the ships. no'problem but to decline (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 4)) and white aircraft and hard- to aid in minimizing of mid-
graciously.The air collisions.
Barnes AE HonormanAn other, Michel Janicot, AA, IN CONNECTION with this
is not a citizen of the U. S. but r change in coloring, the pilots of
honor student at NATT- intends to become one. NATT- k\\ VA-44 are also changing to the

Center's AEA School is being Centcr's Legal Department is brilliant new flight suits. -

transferred to EPDO. still working on his case. The change involves use of In-
\ Schara and Janicot have simi- I ternational orange, a highly
is William Barnes AEMAN
He ,,
lar backgrounds. Both have visible paint, noted for its ease
whose ,home town is Sydney,, French mothers and American in being quickly spotted. This

Nebraska. He has been in the stepfathers and both of their paint has been proven at sea

Navy since April 1958.McMeekin real fathers were in the French where pilots, after having ejected
military service. were not seen by the life raft

THERE are differences, though. which is standard Navy yellow,
Gets Janicot grew up in France. After but by their luminous hardhats.

AwardAn his father, a lieutenant in the Furthermore, while a search is
Jaycee French army, was killed in being conducted at low altitudesthe
award for outstanding North Africa, his mother remarried new color has shown to be
community service has been and came to America. Mi- two to three times more visible

presented Dick McMeekin, chel stayed for one year in I from one thousand feet than the
YN1, of. the Navy Recruiting France to finish his high school. more commonly used hues.
Station, Jacksonville by the A4D's
lie learned his English from THE NEW color on thq
local Jaycee group. serves a dual purpose. Not only
one year of study at the military
McMeekin, an All-Navy academy which he attended and docs it provide easier spotting of
talent winner and participanton aircraft but the International
the rest from living in America ,
the Ed Sullivan TV show, tanks
used on the drop
four years. He speaks with a orange
gave 24 local performances in deep accent. l"" __ ..' the month of December alone.A Schara came to America wHen ORANGE IS FASHIONABLE Li (jg) Frank Dodson, (left) during bombing runs easier.
plaque was presented the he was only seven, and had a and Lt (jg) S. Mikitarian. both pilots with Attack Squadron Actual process of application
personable McMeekin by W. R. 44 at NAS Jax point out the using of International orange, a becomes involved one where.
normal American boyhood. So high visibility paint, now being used on the squadron's hard an
Hutchinson, Jaycee pfesident. normal, in fact, he forgot his hats and tanks, nose and tail sections of VA-44 A4D aircraft. (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 1)I

1-- 15 'January 1959 IJ1) .

Special Recipes To Bo :Shown:

) XFU1llI4IThAL Donor Civilian Day'Blood SetThe Food Service leaders

first Civilian Blood

Elliott W. Parish Jr. ,_-,,??,..?..JtduoavlIUCapt ... ....... ..... .,..._.............. Commanding Officer Donors Day for 1959 has been Conference HereA
Comdr. Grajstoa 1L Weber ..... .... ... ........... ......... .... .. ...... Executive OfficerCommander scheduled Wednesday, Janu- Open
NAB slxi fleet Ak SacklODYUle
Rear Adm. Wendell O. Switzer .............. .......... ...... ary 28, from 0830-1045 at the
Capt. Luker :...._.?..............?.?................ Chief of Staff.. FairJax Main Building 8. and civilian
Capt.. Mae11erson WiUiami ... ...... ...... Chief of Staff NAB SixCommander Dispensary, task force of 35 military leaders
He l AU Wing Eleren Who volunteer to the nation their twodae
Capt. Donald E. Macintosh .............- ....... ................................................. Employees field of food from all over open
Capt. Charles L. Lambing .. .. ........... .. Chief Staff Officer donate blood should refrain nnntwpnr* on food services today at NAS Jax.

Capt. Outlet L. Moore.Naval Jr.Air...Tichnicl....................Training...Center.... Commanding Officer from eating a heavy breakfaston v-Eighteen members of the Food
Comdr. Wilfred K. h'leahmn.........................?.......... Executive Officer. morning of donation. It is Committee of Cecil Field where a tour ofth"e
naval Hoipllal Service Station an air show
Capt. Alton C. Abernethy: ...................._.......................:..?.......... Commanding Officer suggested your breakfast be National Security Industrial static dis-
Capt. Ferdinand V. Burley ??..-._-........?.........?..........................?.._.. Executive Officer limited to citrus juice, toast Association the and 17 military representatives play, tour of the main galley anda
NARTV in the
Capt. Norma O. Anderson _....._.......................................... Commanding Officer with jelly or marmalade, and involved in food lunch general rness has
Comdr. William J:. Hardy: .....?.........._.?.......................................??.... Executive Officer black coffee.It cdncentrate their been arranged.The .
Printed commercially: with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville Florida is necessary that donors I services,here on problems con- meeting adjourns 1300 Friday
at no experue to the government and in with NAVEXOS P-S3
foodsor and the
of will
Rev. July 191S! DUt"buted free of charge to military and civilian personnel do not partake fatty nected with the job of feedingthe group depart
of FleetFleet Jacksonville. Naval Air Station. NavalTring Technical Training liquids during the four Jacksonville shortly thereafter.
Air Wing 11 t Air Reserve Unit and the U. 5. Navy.
Naval HeepltaL hours preceding the time for NSIA Food Service Committee

Service Information Officer ............... Comdr. Frank J. Hill which donation is scheduled. THE NSIA's mission, it is pointed members here for the conclaveare

AasUtaat Service Information Officer ................... Andrew H. Planey After donation out, is promoting of coopera- Gorsuch
arrangements Harry
Editor Cordon Robbie: Staff Reporters Jack Holmes. PHI: Bill your of informationand Bis-
Weckes, J03; Dottle Johnson. Ron Davis AN; Gene Hagan, JOSA. Staff Photo- have been made tion and exchange cuit Co., chairman; Sally Cole,

grapher- Joe O'Brien PH3. for you to obtain a light experience between private Corn Products Refining Co.; J,
The Jsac Air News to menker ef the Anted Foreee Press Seni e. snack at the Civilian Cafe- industry and government. Standard
Material appearing In this publieattM OlD be reprinted providing credit U Daley, Brands, Inc.;
=-.Photographs, nalsas etberwtse credited are ettielal U. S. Navy ph to- teria. Both types "A" and "0" Under leadership of Harry Ruth Hatheway, Continental

Edit rial ettt..e located In Resin 2M. Main AdmlniftratW Building. Phone donors are needed. Gorsuch of National Biscuit Co., Baking Co.; Mary Horton, Na-
extensions 6164. C50.! 272 or 210. the 12-year old NSIA committee, tional Dairy Products Corp.;Mrs.

of which he is chairman, has enthusiastically M. Mead, General Foods Corp.;

Sgt. Leverett contributed "knowhow" Erna Nibley, National BiscuitCo.

to improve Navy meals. .; W. Quammen, Proctor and

Takes SafeDriving They have not hesitated to use Gamble Co.; Rachel Reed, Borden -
the dramatic and unusual to instill -
Co.; Joan Rock, Accent Inter-

TestThree cooks and food service per- national; Lois Ross, Quaker Oats

sonnel with greater pride and Co.; Reba Staggs, National Live

knowledge of their work. stock and Meat Board; J. Stahl

Air Force radar Experience in the Korean War Jr., Hershey Chocolate Corp.; Dr.
{ f
operators to the
brought about the Committee'sparticipation and Mrs. T. A. White, National
679th AC & W Squadron here
} in the improvementto Starch Products Inc., and Casimer -
received cash awards at the
the Navy combat ration. Al- Bielski, committee executive.
close of three-month Safe
though sufficient from a dietary
MILITARY representatives, in
Contest in
a ceremonyat then in
standpoint, the use
Mainside Gym last Friday.The addition to Admiral Boundy and
was not particularly tasty.
Peckham include
Captain Capt.
under ,
contest, direction of t.
USING THE limited components M. Sims, Officer in charge, U. S.
Lt. Frazier
Hellings, Groun'dSafety
available under combat condi-
Naval Supply Research and De-
Officer for AF personnel, tions, committee members: devel- velopment Facility, Baybnne;
officially began 1 and
Sept. end-
oped 75 special recipes that Carlisle executive
ed Dec. 31.Winner Lcdr. C. S. officer
greatly improved the accept- USS Sea w o 1 f; Lt. C. L
of the first place awardof {jr ability of the combat food. Re- Crook Jr., Navy Subsistence Office -
25 dollars was Sgt. F. W. Lev- ; cently, the revised ration has
; Lt. C. E. Reed, officer-in-
erett of
Operations Dept. Second I
been adopted as standard for
charge Southeast Field Food
and third
place awards of 15
combat in all armed
use serv- Service Team CHSUPCLK A.W.
dollars and 10 dollars, respec- i ices. ;
Gabriel assistant o-in-c Field
tively, were made to Al/c Sam- WIN CASH PRIZES Airmen of the 679th Air Force AC&W ,
One feature of the two-day Food Service Team W. J. Crow
uel Hawkins and Al/c William Squadron aboard the Station receive cash prizes for taking top ;
Dayhoff, also of Operations.The three places in the recent three-month Sure-Safe Driving Cam- program will be the demonstration commissaryman first class, USS

paign conducted by the squadron. Ma). Roy Van Rope (left), and discussion on Ration- Triton; Mr. H. Dylla, Supply Research
awards were made by commanding officer of the 679th. presents first place check of Dense foods. Simply stated, Ra- and Development Facility,
Maj. Roy W. Van Rope 25 dollars to Sgt. F, W. Leverett. Looking on'are A 1/c Samuel
com- tion-Dense foods those which
Hawkins, runner-up and A 1/c William Dayhoff, third-place man. are Bayonne; L. Peterson, Navy
manding officer of Air Force have been specially processed to Subsistence Office; Miss C. Ver-

personnel aboard the Station. eliminate waste and bulk with- Murlen, Navy Subsistence Office;

Names of the three winners Photo Contest Win Goes out sacrificing any nutritional and Col. M.E. Mansager, Chief, Army

were selected from some 180 en taste value. Ration-Dense foods Subsistence Center; Miss Joan

tries. To qualify, each candidate encompass dehydrates, concen- Niland, Army Subsistence Cen-

must have had no accidents, To NAS Employee's KinRobert trates, precooked precut, com- ter;; Col. N. T. Folwell, Chief,Air

either on or off the base, for pressed and frozen foods. Force Services Office, Middle-

three months.Excellent. Murphy of Issue Control Branch, NAS Jax Sup Some of these foods are similarin town Air Material Area, Marietta -

I ply Department, and Mrs. Murphy are proud parents today, nature to the "convenience" Pa.; Miss Janet Reas, Air

AOCP with their daughter, Patricia Ann, four-years-old, running items carried in supermarkets, Force Services Office; Lcdr.

away with top honor in the 13th Annual Children's Photo- but to the Navy they are more Laura Lawrence, Headquarters,

eraohic Contest.' than "convenience" foods-thev. U. S. Coast Guard, and Lt. Col.
CJ 1 -
Mark Recorded The contestinvolved 23 studios are "vital" foods. Their compactness H. G. Taft Headquarters, U. S.

throughout the south and over ing cup stands approximately 12 enables ships to store greater Marine Corps.Marines.

By HARTU Jax 15,000 contestants. John Robert inches in height, inscribed with provision loads in the space I

Powers, one of the greatest authorities her allotted.
name and the date she won Up
The outstanding of beauty and
performanceof person- it. It is proudly THE FOOD Service Committee's
local supply officers has been ality, served as a judge. displayed in the program will open today at 0900at Acting Grade TimeThe
Murphy home
at 10521 Haverfordroad.
revealed in
a letter to Capt. A check for 500 dollars and a the Officers Club with a wel- set upa
Elliott W. Parish Jr., NAS Jax loving cup was presented to Pa- come address by Capt. Elliott W. time Marine schedule Corps in the "acting"
commanding officer, from the Parish Jr. NAS Jax
tricia Ann and her parents for commandingofficer man
designation in which a
Chief of
Naval Air
Training. her first-place win. ; followed by opening an- without ,promotion can still stay

According to her father, the nouncements b y Capt. C. W. in his present rate.
The number of aircraft. out of Peckham, commanding officer of at
will probably end in Under planning
money up present
commission for parts (AOCP) at Navy Subsistence Office
and the
bonds for her education. The lov- Headquarters, the new
NAS Atlanta, Ga., and NARTU main address by Rear Adm. J.W. structure effective Jan-

Jax has, for all practical pur- Boundy Jr., Chief, Bureau of becoming
Retirement' First 1, sets up a schedule of interim
poses, been nil considerable Supplies and Accounts.At E-3
period in which men from
length of'tlrhe. Act In New YearFirst 0945 will be the Commis- through E-7 grades must be pro

The mark has been zero at sary Research Projects, followed or
moted or else lose one stripe
major act of the new
Atlanta for' the past nine weeks by Navy Subsistence Office
Ra- rocker at the end of the
year' for John Sauer, AOC, was
NARTU tion-Dense
and zero at Jax for 14 Program; evaluationof
to leave'active Naval life for the limit.
out of the last 15 weeks. Ration-Dense
foods aboard the or
Fleet Reserve. The deadline for promotion
Overall AOCP rate for the USS Seawolf; galley experiences loss of a stripe for E-3 and E-4s

Navy has been given at eight He was the first NATTCenterman aboard nuclear submarines with will be Jan. 1, 1961, which would

percent. The performance of to be retired. from active Ration-Dense foods; Ration- give men in this grade two years

,NARTU Jax and NAS Atlanta is duty in 1959. Dense demonstration, featuring to gain promotion.For .

indeed commendable. Sauer has served for 21 years. new experimental food items, Ra E-5s and E-6s, the deadline

First duty stations'were the USS WINNER-Pretty, little Pat- tion-Dense luncheon; Arm y' s will be four years from this
Outstanding support has been Arkansas and USS Enterprise.He ricia Ann Murphy, four-year- combat feeding program; Air Jan. 1. For E-7s the time will
given supply officers of the two old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Force flight feeding ,
came to NATTCenter from Robert Murphy, took top honors program; be six years from Jan. 1.
commands by the Supply Officer open discussion of
the USS Midway in 1957 and is in a recent Children's Photo projects and

pf NAS Jax, Capt. Kenneth remaining here after leaving the Contest. Daddy is a civilian employee recipe dinner testing; and reception and Drunk: "Taxi?"
with NAS Jax Supply 1830.FRIDAY .
Wheeler. service. Dept. Driver: "Ye, sir!" ,
the group treks to NAS ".
Drunk: "I thought $O.



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15 January
1959.. JAX AIR NEWS Pag 3

arooa ?0 er q..A IIncome Tax Expert To Appear At Station GatheringThe I

District Director of Internal will be aboard to conduct a lec- been extended to commands at the preparation of tax returns.

Revenue has again offered ture January 21 at 1300 in Build- NAS Jax, NAS Cecil Field, NA- THIS SERVICE on informationfor
:, the services of an income tax ing 955. AS Mayport, NAS Glynco, NAS income tax is given yearlyby

expert to lecture and answer He will explain the use of the Sanford and NS Green Cove the District Director of Internal -
questions from representatives of various forms involved in filing I Springs. Representatives will attend Revenue.

all commands at NAS Jax and income tax returns and will con- the lecture from the vari- The Service will also render

other Naval installations in this sider problems that might occur ous commands. personal assistance to any person
regarding private tax problems.THE .
area. in filling out an uncomplicated Those attending will in turn LOCAL office is locatedin

DAVID Costello Jr. of the local fax return. serve in an advisory capacity to the new 400 Building at 311

Internal Revenue Service office INVITATIONS have already members of their command in W. Monroe St., Jacksonville. '

GORDON King. Supply
personality.of-lhe-m o nth for : : i
'; :
January.. 4 > It,>_ J ,I

,: : .;,, : ,:', ': :' : :. ; ; : "'.,," December 14 brought forth a
Supply Employee ', I" '" Baby Girl, to Millard Jackson,
",. ;, t -, .,!.'t'I''ijI ,":1'I': ;' : \fi"!''''',, MR3, arid Mrs. Jackson; Boy,
;;"t." ; "'' :' : :
: to Billy Smith,
f-Month-Award '\: "I : Bradley Morgan,
: : ;' AK1, and Mrs. Smith; Girl, Karen -

tUZY' ; ,. Lee, to Lt (j jg) and Mrs.
Copped By King > ; -ii: ) : George Minmier; Girl, Ramona

Gordon King, Supervisory {:, I Ann, to Aubrey Risley, AN, and
Equipment Specialist, Technical With The /,""'f:r'')\'';$' ,:,,,.. .;" ,If;" j '. ..,. ..)'." Mrs. Risley; Baby Girl, to Walter -
';,,'S'' "' '- :, .". ;';;/>". : .... Browne AEC, and Mrs.
Division of NAS Jax Supply De- I \; ; : ,: J ". "' "':: ''': .'.... : ,
,,\\, ', I, _'" ;\: "') Browne and boy Lawrence Andrew -
\ ,
partment, has been chosen "Sup- ToastmastersInitiating ,,>1, .'" 'N- :"
ply-Personality-of-the Month"for "" ; ) to' Lawrence Audet, ADI,
January.He ,rtd ... and Mrs. Audet, December 16.
their new inter-club '
has been presented the program, the Navy Civilian ; Boy, Daniel Shawn, to Capt.
honor for his outstanding contri- Toastmasters hosted four mem- L and Mrs. Frederick Wigand; Girl,

bution to the overall mission of bers of Navy Jax Officers Toast- __ Deborah Catherine to Mr. and

the Supply Department and his masters Club at Tuesday eve- __ Mrs. Walter Ward; Boy, Charles
efforts in a planned program of ning's session at Cumberland --- --- Douglas, to James Gay, AMC,
SAVE TIME AND MONEY Members of the Sasneit familyof
improvements for benefit of department Community Center.In and Mrs.Gay; born December 18,
Miami, Fla.. gave time and money when writing to four Sat
personnel.In exchange, the Civilian netts on duly with the Navy. The quartet of Sasnetts, pictured Girl, Jacqueline Lee, ,to Jack
'addition to performing his above, are ail with NAS Jax>based units When one gets mail Lain, AD2, and Mrs. Lain; Girl,
duties as Supervisor of the Tech- Toastmasters will send two of from home, he reads it community-style to other members of Sheri Lynn, to Gerald Seale,
nical Division and as BuAer their speakers to the Navy Jax the family. Left to right are. Eugene, AK1, Lou, AA. Noel. AN, AT3 and Mrs. Seale, and Girl,
Toastmasetrs meeting today. and Yancy Sasnett. AN. A fifth member of the clan Ed Pierce,
Publications Officer, King was AE2, was recently transferred from here.It's Paula Jean, to William Buchanan -
instrumental in redecorating the Two of the exchangites, Lt. AD2, and Mrs. Buchanan, and
branch Civilian Cafeteria in Sam. Anderson and Lt. Fritz Girl, Diana Lynn, to Donald

Building 110. Hellings, participated in the A Family Affair At Watson, SN, and Mrs. Watson.

He has also aided in improv- Basic Training Speech program, Welcome aboard to Bruce
ing food service, obtaining ad- while ,Lt. Kirby ,Callam and Lt.
Wayne, born to Noel ,
ditional vending machines and R. R. Blankenship served as HAS Jax For Sasnetts"I AN, and Mr Roeder; Boy,
increasing participatidn of Sup- evaluators. Michael Leon to Sgt. and Mrs.

ply Department employees in Toastmastering the affair was guess we were lucky in a way," says Mrs. Lou Sas Irving Auger; Boy, Donald Paul,
the Incentive Awards Program. Ivan Sanders, with Andy Planeyas nett, AA, one of four members of the Sasnett family aboard to John Austin, PN3 and Mrs.

King, native of Atlanta, Ga., lexicologist, and Les Comee the Station.It Austin; Girl, Leslie Frances, to
started his career at NAS Jax handling table topics. would seem that four in the Andrew Arias AMH2 and Mrs.
in November 1941, as a helper, same family stationed at the declares. The billets just came Arias; Girl, Margaret Ann, to
metalsmith, in O & R Department NAS Jax Toastmasters Club same base would be unusual open! and they were filled, that'saUl Herman Oliver, BM3 and Mrs.

No. 546 held its 249th meeting on enough. But what's more, there Oliverall born December 19.
He transferred to Supply Department Thursday, January 8. were five in the Sasnett family EUGENE, who reported aboard
as a commodity specialist here until last Tuesday when a ,,19 months ago, is an aviation Also, Boy, Bobby Dean Jr., to
in October of 1949. Clancy Rich was toastmasterof brother-in-law was transferredto storekeeper at NATTCenter.I'd Bobby Smith Sr., SA, and Mrs.
The January Supply personality the evening while table topicswas Kingsville, Texas. like to spend the rest of Smith; Girl, Nicole Marie, to
is currently chairman of the conducted by Kirb Callam my enlistment here at Jacksonville Capt. and Mrs. William Barry;
NOT ONLY is it convenient for
of the and evaluated by Hank Young. he says. This is home to Boy, to Americo Baldossa, AD3
Board of Governors executive
the Sasnetts to be stationed together -
dining room, vicepresident Dan Dorety gave his first post- at Jax, but their home is me. and Mrs. Baldossa, and Girl,
Federal Yancey, AN, second brother in Phyllis Diane, to Bobbie Parks,
of the Jax Navy
basic training speech on "Key- at Miami.
Union chairman of the the family, joined the Navy in AN and Mrs. Parks, all born
Credit "
One would think the family
stones Of Communication. :
August, 1957 and is attached to December 20.Congratulatios.
Civilian Food Services ,
{ being stationed together is the
member of the Station Incentive Fritz Hellings won speaker-of- Operations department. to Tammy Ber-
result of a number of special requests
Awards Committee, and a char the-week award with "To- having been made. YOUNGEST of the Sasnetts is nice, daughter of Lane Willie,
ter member of the Navy Civilian morrows Form Of Stability." Noel, AN, who entered the Navyin SP3 and Mrs. Willie; and Girl,
But AK1 eldest of the
Toastmasters Club.Epilepsy. Eugene, June, 1957. Six months later, Kathleen Patricia, to Kenneth
Callam closed the evening with otherwise.
I three brothers, says while i stationed at Pensacola, Cronan, AN and Mrs. Cronan,
"Ivan Can Speak English." It was an accidental thing, he I Noel married Lou Ellen Kinchen, born December 21. '

Film AA, also stationed there. Soon Also, Boy, James Victor, to
i he received orders to report ,for James Stubblefield, SN, and
duty at Norfolk. Mrs. Stubblefield; and Boy, .Richard -
) Due Showing The new bride and groom were I Edward, to Francis Reilly,

not separated long, though, for I AO2and" Mrs. Reilly, born De-
' At Hospital one month after Noel arrived at cember 22.Greetings.

NAS Jax, Lou was transferredhere to Tammy Marie,

. Naval Hospital Jacksonville from Pensacola. Noel is at- daughter of George Beswick, FN,
l announces a special free showingof ached to Communications at and Mrs. Beswick, and Mickey

a 23-minute film, "The Dark Fasron 109. Dawn born to James Scafe, FA
Wave," at 1600 today (Thurs Lou, whose home is Thomastan and Mrs. Scafe; Boy, Isadore Jr.
day) at the Hospital auditorium.The : Ga., entered the Navy in to Isadore Williams Sr., FN and
1958. She is on the I
film, which is about epilepsy Mrs. Williams, all making their
MAA staff at the Wave Bar- I
was produced by 20th racks. [,debut December 23.

Century-Fox and is being shownto The F. W. Sasnetts of 2300 NW And, Boy, Richard Donald to

the public under auspices of F'r. 98th St., Miami have another son, Sgt. and Mrs. Edwin Dailey;
the ,Pediatric Department of the Norman, serving with the Na- Baby Boy, to James Strickland,
Naval Hospital. tional Guard. Although neither AMI and Mrs. Strickland; born

t With a skilled cast, the film have ever been in the service, December 24.

handles the problem of epilepsyin there are also two daughters in Arriving Christmas Day were,

human terms, deftly substituting the family Baby Boy, to Mr. and Mrs.

. fact for superstition. Social I Robert Lambeth; Boy, Jerald Lee
, and emotional problems experi- The automobile motor beganto Jr., to Jerald McNeely Sr., SA
enced by the epilepsy patient I. pound; then it finally stopped. and Mrs. McNeeley; Boy, to
also seen. The worried boy friend saidto Ltjg). and Mrs. Frederick
and his family are (right) commanding officer of the Marine Air Detachment at
interpretation of the illness NATTCenter congratulates T/Sgt. B. J. Maxlk at a recent his date: "I wonder what that Raines; Boy, Charles Henry, to
The misund- meritorious mast. T/Sgt. Maxlk distinguished himself by setting knock could be?" Henry Hall, SN, and Mrs. Hall,
which is generally a new scholastic record of 90.13% for the Aviation Fire Control "I dunno," answered the pretty and Baby Boy to Palmer Staroes,
erstood, is effective and interest- Conversion Course at NAWS School. He was also honor man "
"but it isn't opportunity. AOl and Mrs. Starnes.
ing. of his graduating class when h. attended AO "BH School. ,

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I : Pille"n.n. IS Janus: T

JAX AIR NEWS' I. Y 1959 l;

Radar Health Problem Up The

Slated For Study Here : E. LADDER

With CiviliansOn

There mar be a new type of scientific study aboard NAS

Jax this year, a study still in its infant stages and one which' the promotion roster recently .

has been emphasized more and more in the last few yearsat were 26 employees.

military installations all over the country.It is the study Promoted at O and R
of microwave (radar wave) radiation and its effects on mill- Thaddeus Lempart were
1 tary personnel Engineering .
In recent years radar installations (General),
GS-4 to same, GS-5, and
cur. Arthur
at military bases have be- :.>.
I Ziegler, from
come increasingly powerful because Other precautionary measures
Assistant, GS-9, to
include Supvy. Ad-
of increased power output :
ministrative Services
I facilities and, as 'a result, beams Defining microwave radiation GS-11. Officer'

from these installations can, if hazard areas as environment

precautionary measures are not where personnel may be exposedto Advanced at Public Works

I taken, constitute a health hazard. microwave energy having a were Theodoshia Kennedy, from

WITH THIS in mind, military- power density over the threshold Clerk-Stenographer, GS-3 to

wide research projects and teams level limit of field intensity. same, GS-4, and Edward Nieters,

made up of physicians, electronics PROHIBITING discharge of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

engineers, physicists, biologistsand high power r/f generator output Mechanic to Inspector (Pub-
bio-science representativeshave into surrounding areas of labora- MARINE SCHOLAR-Pvt. Paul Olsen, (left) receives honor lic Works Mechanical Systems),
certificate from Ma). David Bidwell, Aviation Fundamentals
been set up to study biological tories. School Training Officer. The certificate designates Olsen as AT- Advancements in Supply were:

effects of microwaves. i Monitoring all populated areas Fund Scholaiiic Honorman. He ended the eight-week course John Bennett, from Warehouseman

Energized radar antennas emit in the laboratory complex insur- with highest overall grade point average. to Stockman; Mary Clark,

microwaves which contain radio- ing the allowable personnel exposure from Stock Control Clerk, GS-3

frequency (ref) energy capableof level is not exceeded. Policy OutlinedFor to same, GS-4; Mary Garner

causing, by over-exposure, Other phases 0 f preventive Employment from Tab. Machine Operator;

burns, on the body and under programming include developing Supervisor, GS-4 to same, GS-5;

extreme conditions, death. protective clothing, shielding Navy Civilian PersonnelIt's Marian Moore, from Typist, GS2 -

Over-exposure to these waves cable runs or other necessary to Clerk-Typist, GS-3; Samuel

not only could damage tissues, passageways in the r/f field, Mott, from Stockman to Head .
the of the Department
but could also produce In the ventilation and associating tox- policy exercising responsibilities of this Stockman; Grace O'Hare, from

victim conditions similar to hy- Ity problems of new materials or of the Navy to assure office to assure compliance with Tab. Machine Operator, GS-3 to
perthermia and anoxia, or lack known substances being introduced equal opportunity Executive Order 10590 and policies Tab. Machine Operation Super- a

of oxygen In the blood, alikened into an environment as employment is afforded all established by the Navy De- visor, GS-4; Stephen Perkins,

to such conditions as are found in hazards not previously encount- qualified[ persons consistent partment. from Warehouseman to Stock- .
with law and to discrimination
mountain fever and balloon sick- ered. prohibit of discriminationfor man; Elbert Pullum, from Ware-
4 ness. against any employee houseman to Stockman
Therefore one can see the for any of the reasons cited ; Nancy .
I or applicant employment -
WHAT CONSTItutes danger problem of microwave radiationis Rogers, from Clerk-Typist, GS-3
or because of race, above, either from employees or
safety during exposure to radar a real one. What is the danger color national applicants for employment at to Fiscal Accounting Clerk '
waves is bound up in the balance aboard NAS Jax? Is the air we origin.The, NAS Jax, should be forwardedto (Typing), GS-4; Donnie Sim-

between amount of heat absorbed walk in safe? Yes, says Byrd. commanding officer, Capt.E. the Deputy Employment mons, from Clerk-Typist, GS-2 4

in a person's tissue, resulting Radar energization, although W. Parish Jr., is the Deputy Policy Officer, NAS Jacksonville to Stock Control Clerk, GS-3; ::
a rise of Steinmetz from Store-
temperature, and the exceeding the safety limit up toa Employment Policy Officer for 12, Fla., Room 231, Administration Phillip :
ability of his Clerk GS-3 to
body to dissipate keeping same,
few feet from our antennas, NAS Jax.CAPT. Bldg.A :
heat, keeping the temperature GS-4; Robert Wilson, from
steady at loses power as the resulting mi PARISH has designated COMPLAINT to be valid,
a safe level. Warehouseman to Stockman; and
crowaves dissipate harmlessly into the Administration Officer, Commander -I must be in writing and must
It is
Loriene Yeomans from Typist,
I.A..a.. ____generally__.___ ..agreed total- the sky J. S. Hall, to assist inC state (1) whether the alleged .
uuujr exposure is tne most serious --,- GS-2 to Stock Control Clerk,
discrimination is based
hazard because with Increas- GS-3.
color, religion or national origin;
ing exposure to radiation, body .. In Miscellaneous was Elizabeth
: : ((2) specific action
tissue ::' :::::::' C personnel
damage would come about 't! <" matter about which the com Nichols, from Position Classifier,
before any appreciable damage : GS-10 Area Wage and Classification -
to the i' plaint is made; (3) the position
eyes and male genital involved, its grade and unit or Office, to same, GS-11;

organs. J ::' : :<.'{: office where located; ((4)) the official Dorothy House, from Position

Heat absorption is .. Classifier GS-10 Area and
determined ,, ,. : responsible for the action; Wage
by radar wave frequency as wellas i. ,,' I ((5)) date of the action, and ((6)) Classification Office ,to same, GS-
density In research'studies k all other factual information 11; Evelyn Taft, from Time-

with various frequencies selected :: ,} fl which the complainant may haveto keeper, GS-2 Comptroller Dept.

for investigation, it has been determined support allegation. to Stock Control Clerk, GS-?
that the lower the fre- Supply Dept.; John Liverman
Upon receipt of a complaintof
quency the higher the absorption from Electronics Technician

under normal conditions. discrimination will be, necessary made and the investigation (General), GS-7, NARTU to

ALTHOUGH intensity and complainant fully advised of the same, GS-8; Laura Holm, from

frequency of radar waves are findings and of his further rightto Clerk-Typist, GS-3 Supply Department -

varying factors in determining appeal if he so desires. to Secretary (Stenog

hazards, other factors enter into raphy), GS-4 AdministrationDept.

making pure evaluations difficult!, Secretary of the Navy has?appointed .; John Sumner, from Warehouseman -

if impossible.. Such factors; an Employment Policy Supply Dept. to

include climatic conditions suchas Officer responsible for investigation Painter, Public Works Dept;

humidity, wind and tempera- ;, of complaints, to make recommendations Kathryn Juvik, 'from Clerk-

ture; clothing; presence of large for final disposi Typist, GS-2, Public Works

amounts of metal, or glass in f tion of complaints and to make Dept. to Clerk-Typist, GS-3, Se-

......._ _. recommendations for corrective
surroundings of personnel; body < : -'''''''''" ''' :O::"''' i-. curity Dept.; Roderick Pinney,
weight and activity of individ- ONE QUICK SNIP .- Thafi all It took to open the new measures to avoid repetition in i from Supervisory AdministrativeOfficer
Navy Exchange Cafeteria at
Building future.
Culling the
uals, and solar radiation. All ribbon is Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr.. NAS Jax commanding of. GS-10 to Administrative
factors play parts in evaluating ficer, (second 'from left) with Patsy Parramore of the cafeteria NAME AND address of the Officer, GS-11, Operations Dept,

exposure to personnel. assisting. Looking on are Comdr. Grayston H. Weber,, NAS/Jax Navy. Department's Employment from Engineering -
executive officer, (left) and Comdr. and Ernest Henderson,
Henry J. Skipper NAS Jax Policy Officer is Mr. Charles R.
Aboard N AS Jax, measure' Navy Exchange Officer. Peck, Dept. of the Aid (Survey), GS-3,
Navy Em
ments of microwave
,intensity or ployment Policy Public Works Dept. to Warehouseman -
density is now confined to elec-
tronics section of O&R. How- Tower 'Geedunk' Opens 4E810, Pentagon Bldg., Washing Supply Dept.
ton 25, D.C.Complaints.
ever, dosimetric equipment is NAS Jax Operations Cafeteria -

expected sometime this ''year I officially opened Friday at 1000 with seating capacity of 75, is be filed of discriminationmay WAVE WANTED
While .NAS Jax awaits beautifully decorated with this person
its ar- with Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr., with white
or with the current
Deputy Employment Wave wanted to fill
rival, safety precautions background terrazo tile
many NAS Jax comanding officer, doIng set of
thick Policy Officer or with the Presi vacancy on Jax Air Nears
are being' practiced daily here, the honors of cutting the by cushioned mulatto-tone dent's

as elesewhere, to deaden the silver ribbon, and being the first booths and chairs. Tables are of ment Employment Committee on Govern staff.Must and
threat of ;'microwave exposure. to through( the line for chow. rose antique offset with a white Policy whose be adept typist
back. address is: Room 308, U.S. Civil familiar with files and office
"WE:TAKE precaution in check- Also on hand were: Comdr. Service Commission, Washington procedure. Excellent opportu-

ing radar installations on air- Grayston Weber, NAS Jax executive Hours of operation are the 25, D.C. nity to improve knowledgeand

craft," said Roland Byrd, NAS officer; Capt. Kenneth R. same as before, 24 hours a day, Employees are meet people'

Jax Industrial Hygienist, "plac Wheeler, Supply Officer; Comdr. which was first initiated to 'i insure however, to file their encouraged, Good hours, good salar",
aircraft'on the wall with Leo'F. Frick, Operations Officer;
ing sea with to
pilots and the
crewmen a placeto Deputy EmploymentNAS Three meals a: day. Can go
the antennas facing the water Comdr. Henry J. Skipper, Navy Officer
obtain hot immediately.
Exchange Officer, and H. L. Dye, meals around the
and keeping personnel extensions
JAX Contact News
Jax Air
least 100 feet outside the radiusof manager of Navy Exchange Food clock. Hot meals, along with of Jan. Instruction 120752 the
31 see
1958 contains 272/8164, or
Service. sandwiches and items complete
antenna where
an energizing can Administration -
information on the editor, Room _230, Main
direct beam exposure might oc- The new Operations Cafeteria, be obtained. ment Non-discriminatory Govern Policy Bldg. -


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Chow Advisors Leave Mess

} Halls With Food For ThoughtAfter

n fJn
? ?

i a week of advising and demonstrating improved
Nu } methods of food handling and serving, the Navy's Southeast
Field Food Service team will leave NAS Jax tomorrow with
'- the satisfaction that it has helped maintain high standardsof

food. service_ and morale for? personnel here.The .
Field Food Service group,
working with commissarymen in others. It is purely voluntary

,: Mainside and NATTCenter gal- duty,counted as sea duty becauseof
the constant travel involvedin
leys in an on-the-job capacity,
the billets.
has demonstrated finer tricks of
food service supplemented with The officer-in-charge, who in
: daily hour lectures on such food the case of the Southeast team is

k : phases as menu preparation, applied Lt. C. E. Reed, has much to do

cookery, baking, sanitationand with recommending men for
mess administration.THIS teams because of his wide-scale
observation of personnel
GROUP, composed of two
officers and eight chief commis- throughout his region.

sarymen, visits different messes HOWEVER, recommendationsto
every two weeks only upon in- BuPers desiring personnel in
vitation. Next week it moves to the program must be I submitted

Key West, Fla. The team stresses via the Navy Subsistance Officein

that its visits are not inspectiontours Washington.The .

_... ... m..... but are utilized only in an Southeast team is one of
SHRIMP GATHERING Members of the Southeast Field Food Service team Join Mainslde- advisory capacity.Men eight teams, including three on
galley commUfarymen in preparing shrimp for last Fridays Important the west coast, four on the east
noon meal. Moat practice on the job are handpicked -
I stressed In shrimp preparation is keeping the fish hot for serving and making sure that It is fried chiefs who have shown abilityas coast and one at Yokosuka, Jap-
at proper and constant temperatures. Commissarvmen are. left to right, Marine Corpl. Allan Webster -
; Sanford Griffin CSl.waich captain; Paul Newson, CSli Emile Krempasky. CS3 George commissarymen, an.The first commissioned 'team
Reynolds CSC, of the Food Service Team, and Rilph Nichols, CS2. those able to get along with
I began operation in November,
1952 at Norfolk resulting from

AGO School Starting the idea which was brought up
at a meeting of the Food Service

Year With 91 StudentsAviation Lakes.Advisory Committee at Great

k The men of the Southeast team
Ground Officers School at NATTCenter began are Lt. Reed, CWO-3, A.W. Gab-
1959 with a class of 91 students, with the class convening :gip riel, assistant OinC., and K. L.

January 7. Bridges, C. D. Brown, L. D.. Rob-

designed The course to introduce of eight weeks the Ensigns is Davidian Jr., Donald Davidsonand }y:,:; Jo, k5} erts, L.J. Revord, G.W Reynolds,
H. Vinson and
James Davis. J. Tomlinson, M.
to Naval Aviation
Organization E>. F. Rochon, all CSCs.
and from here they are ALSO Leonard Drude, Frank .
sent to other schools, fleet and I Dunlop, Richard Ewing, Joseph

shore-based units.REPORTING I Femia, A. B. Finkelstein, T. J. Y' ?3 x''jri}'+ j. S1'f New Navigational%
for this class are French, Ronald Garton, Donald

Ensigns Theodore Ames, Thiers Gavini, Cuyler Gibbons T. A. Charts ProposedFor
Anderson, W. A. Armbruster, Filfillan Jr., Thomas Groark.
Ronald Atkins, F. J. Aufschlager, Kenneth Hagan, Michael Hall,,
R. R. Baldwin III and Arthur Bruce Halverson, Bruce Handlerand Boat'Owne'rsThe
William Happel.
Barry. nation's boating enthusi-
Also, John T. Been II, William Other students are: Layman
asts will get their first look at
Beihl, Jerrold Bell, Jon Bell, Hendres, Ward Hittson, Charles four types of proposed U. S.
Vivian Bowles, Parker Bracken,I Holbrook, R. B. Huttig, MarionW.
Government charts designed ex-
E. G. Broenniman, R. C. Brown- ,Isbell Jr., Lee Jacobsen, John
pressly for use on '
lie, William Burdsall, William; Johns, Grover Johnson, Kimball
craft when they are displayedby
Bushey, George Chapel, Warren' Jahn and Robert Kelley. the National Assn. of Engineand

,: Clark Jr., Pete Claypool, Henry i' Also, John W. Krausser Jr., Boat Manufacturers at 'the
Crais, Albert Crigler Jr., Roger Joseph Leafe, James Leonardo, National Boat Showin
Crim, K. A. Cullen Jr., V. A. John McCaa Jr., Gerald McCaf- __ ______ .. ... .m.__. _____ ___ 49th New annual York, Jan. 16-25.
BREAKING DOWN BEEF J. lomlmson. CbC, (lest) of
fery Ronald Mann, Larry Metz-
;":' the Southeast Field Food Service Team, stands by to advise The new navigational charts,
'J.i\. ;., ger, N. I. Milanytch, Harold meatculter John Krohn, CS2, who is breaking down beef Into prepared by the U. S. Coast and
'" 1'. ",:. Morris, Sheldoq Oletsky, Daniel steak and roast cuts at the Mainside galley. The Navy con- Geodetic Survey under the direction -
Oswald, James Pattie, Hugh serves the most amount of meat possible by boning out on a
\. ; ., Pearson Ill, David Peters, John hook, or culling all big bones from the carcass. Fat is made of Rear Adm. H. Arnold
"$(t i into lard, unUsed in baking, cooking and deep-fat frying. Karo, will be on display to give
1" Jr. F. L. and
Riggs Rodgers
.w: visiting boatmen a chance to
Richard Rohm. Shots Due Tory voice their opinion as to which
PLUS Allan Rutberg, E. G. Influenza type would be most beneficialand
Senter Jr., R. G. H. Shelton Jr., convenient.

C. M. Smith, Leon Sophios, Station Civilian Employesthe Undertaking the project because -
rjs' v James Starr, Stephen Suber Jr., of many complaints that

1 4 R. D. Tiapale, Richard Taylor, I A program to immunize eligible for immunization. existing charts are too large, the
W. K. M. Tennant, Richard civilian employees aboard NAS survey has devised official gov-
Thomas, Richard Tonn and Jax against influenza is now Regular shift employees are ernment charts of coastal waters
? conducted the Indus- requested to report as follows:
Charles Turgeon. being by that are more adaptable for use
O & R Dept., 0800-12CO on 20-22
Also, Milford Walter, Furman trial Medicine Department. aboard small motor and sailing
3 Wallace, Erving Waters Jr., Don- Although participation in the January; Public Works; 1300- craft.

y ? M. old Weber, Harry Weingartner inoculation program is voluntary, 1500, January 20-21; Supply, More than 50 recreational.

YA.M( "A d d .i'.2dQ h f:.Yrr: Thomas Whittaker, Leonard it is urged that all civilian em- '1300-1500 on January 22 and boats of all kinds-inboards,
Widen and Lee Wolf.AllFlorida ployees protect themselves from 830-1000 January 23; other de- outboards, sailboats and small

I flu. partments, 1000-1200 on January craft-will be exhibited in the

'Boot' THOSE wishing to be immun- 23; stragglers, 1300-1500, January four-floor New York .Coliseum.

t 423; a tR rt, i y4 a ized should report to the Indus- 23; "B" shift employees, 1445- This regatta fleet will range

Company FormedThe trial Medical Department, Build- 1530, January 20-23. from six-foot prams to a 46-foot

4'R f Navy has announced plansto ing 101 (H) in accordance with I luxurious motor yacht ,In all
enlist a special recruit com- the schedule below. All it takes to feather your I there will be 401 different displays -

pany again this year as part of One injection of the vaccine, nest these days is a little down,, of boats. IfI

its participation in the Gasparilla which contains eight strains of

{; Festival in Tampa, February 9- influenza immunization includingthe
4 ,SCOW 14.. "Asian" strain, will provide f I I I
Birthday SetHappy
_._- _. ._.....H_.!r_(: ..,..41.i.....- ..-.,;.',!,; This special company, knownas immunization for the next year. January Party
GAL This western the "1959 Gasparilla Buc- Employees will be required to
to all Jan- Everyone is invited
lass hides her identity, but not caneers," will be composed of fill out request-release forms in to' the
her talent, behind aLone Ran- men from the entire state of duplicate and deposit 75 cents uary people will be said witha festivity!. beginning .at 1930"
ger mask and a Buntline Special party and dance ('and a
hired Florida. with the attendant to cover cost Persons celebrating a birthdayare
pistol. She was by friendly smile) Thursday,Jan-
Yakima Wash., promoters to Young' men joining this Company of ,the va'ccine.ALLERGY uary 22nd, in the lounge of asked to, please register
show the world what a typical will be transported to to chickens, chicken Building 593. Refreshmentswill with 'Mrs. 'McIIugh in ,Build-
beauty of the great Northwest Tampa at the Navy's expense to feathers, eggs or any form of L .
be served
looks like. Which way, Mr; no charge. ing 593.
Greeley? join'' the festivities. fowl will make an employee in-

J L ,

I NEWS' -1

Page 6 JAX AIR 15 January 1359

New Fleet-Wi


Safety Program
-- '"""_....w___....'"'"'.

Since January VW-4 1, VW-4 has designated on Tuesday. Lt (jg'sW. Slated For Navy

welcomed aboard two officers T. Boguslawskl, D. E. Jones,
S. S. Dixson Jr., and R. C. Mul- The Navy will soon launch a
and 11 enlisted men. Lcdr. R. P. t ,9 accident
ler were designted by Comdr. new preven-
Weber will duties
assume as
which will
tion program, give a
Squadron Safety Officer and En- at morning quarters.
complete picture of all shipboard
sign J. G. Maize will work with their and
accidents, causes resulting -
Fasron Six
C1C. of lost
enlisted Fasron Six is happy to wel- man-
New men are: A. M. hours.As .
Richardson, ADC; W. A. Good- come a new officer and 11 new

win, AN; G.: R. Fleming, AN; enlisted men. Checking in were sbon as the new programis

O. P. Flynt, ,AN; D. R. Bender, Lt(jg) Edwyn Pyron who comesto approved by Secretary of
us from the USS Shasta. Navy, comprehensive reports of
,AN; C. E. Covington, AD3; S. O.
accidents be sub-
Cooke, ,DK3; J M. Gildner, AN; Also reporting in are: Paul shipboard
mitted commanding officersto
A. D. Roby, ATS; T, A. Jennings, Gifford, SA; Harry Roach, ADC;
Office of Industrial Relations
SN, and J. D. Amacker, AK1. Palmer Kennedy, PR1; Douglas I
where studies will be made to
August, SA; Robert Linear, SA;
Babywise, new arrivals are: determine costs to the Navy.
a son, Carl M. Jr., born Decem- Thomas Rabern, SA; Edgar Plet-
ber 31 to Ltjg( ) and Mrs, Carl zer' RMSN; Ronald Wilson, L N.wnv.Y. The OIR is already a veteran,

Hill, and a son, Martin Bently, SKSA; Maceo Nelson, CS3; Theo- .. in the safety field having run
to J, H. tiodfrey, ACW3, and dore Eitel HI, GFAN; Stanley YYYYaIWWiiY.O-- the Navy's safety program at
ATTRACTIVE DOOR PRIZES Members of the Jax Navy .
Strauss installations.,
GFAN, and Gerald shore
Mrs. Godfrey, born January 1. Federal Credit Union can ill afford to miss* the annual meeting
Comdr. Drexel E. Poynter, Brown, GF2. planned for tomorrow (Friday) at 1930 at King Hall, Building It has been pointed out by
commanding officer of VW-4, administered Fasron Six 'has the following 563. Six wonderful door prizes will be given out to as many Naval officials that of, the three
,the reenlistment oathto promotions to announce: John lucky ticket.holders at the meeting. William Purcell of O & R services, the Navy is the only
Department, chairman of the Prizes Committee, displays the
Orrin ,Smith, Jr., AE2, Janu1ary Spencer, to AT3; Benjamin Rob- wares to'be given out. Credit Union members will be given a one that does not have an integrated -
14.Smith. erts, to A03; Anthony Costanza, ticket: at the door.Important. accident prevention
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re-upping for six years, to PN3; Billy Watson, to ATR3; program. t

had accumulated 11 years of William Sweitzer, to ADJ3; Since 78 percent of all Navy
Credit Union
Naval service before this reen- George Miller, to ADJ3; Thomas military men are engaged in

listment. Pennsy, to ADJ3; Whatley Curtis seagoing operations, it Is felt the

One pleasant aspect of the to ADJ3; James Jenkins, to Meet Scheduled Tonight Navy safety program should be

changes to the personnel dairy of A03; Terrill Scoggins, AK3; Paul designed to encompass all ele-

VW-4 was ,the fact eight officers Owens, to ADR3; Raymond Cox, ments, both ashore and a oat.
and 24 enlisted men were pro- to ABU3; William McEwan, to I. Final plans have been made and the stage is set for

moted in December.The SK3; Gerald McSample, to ATN- the seventh annual meeting of the Jax Navy Federal Credit'

eight Ensigns; receivingthe 3; Leroy Charlton, to AN; Billy Union tomorrow (Friday) at 1930 in Building 563 (NATT- Air Conditioning

half-stripe were Ronald And- Cannon, to AN; Donald Barr, to Center Auditorium.- )

erson, "Dubbs" Harlin, Al Mar- AN; Franklin Potter, to AN; This ; the'year's most important the lone nominee for a place on i Thing Of FutureIn

key, Ralph Goslin, Jay Harkreader Cary Ozmore, to AMSAN; Leland meeting for the Credit Union. the Supervisory Committee, while I

Bill Kivelle, Ray Steventon, Chapin, AMSAN; Dannie Mayes, Elections will be, held and the J. E. Harris, 0 & R, and Joseph I I Barracks BOQ
and Bill to ATNAN Ellis Munsey AO- dividend to be declared will be
Wilkerson.The ; Neth, IRD, are nominees for the II ,
AN, and James Simpson, to AD- voted upon by the membership;
24 enlisted men were ad- J Educational Committee. From fan to air conditioning.This .
vanced to petty officer third JAN. AN ATTRACTIVE array of is the transition the De-
Nominations will also be
class. Air Controlmen now wear- Reenlisting on board recently, door prizes has been lined up to accepted fense Department has authorizedfor

Ing the coveted "crow" are H. W. were Thomas Owen, AMC, Law- be given away at the meeting. : from the floor if you don't use in barracks, BOQs and

Emery, Johnny Godfrey, J'. G. rence Hennesy, AT2, and Wilson It's understood that the first door agree with the Nominating Committee family living quarters situated in

Kalis, C. W. Larremore, J. R. Means, AQI. prize will be given out at precise- selections. Weather Zone B or those hot

Lynch, Jan Randolph, and Don ly. 1930. weather areas of the southeastand
Risen' Prizes to be given out includea southwest.

Also, J. A. Bernat, R. D. Cline, portable TV set, clock-radio I WHITE SALE ON Zone B, which includes Flor-

R. B. Doane, J. M. Eichelberger, two-speed phonograph, portable AT NX STORESThe ida, North and South Carolina,
R. E. Burfitt, J. D. Jackson, D. F. radio, Polaroid land camera and Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana,

Lampe, J. E. Merklein, J. E. Sim- of, 12-gauge model 11-48 shotgun.You NAS Jax Navy Ex- Mississippi, Arkansas, most of

mons, J. L. Van Diver, H. E. Wil- must be present at time of change White Sale is now on Oklahoma and parts of Texas,

lians, and E. A. Wills are now the drawing to win a prize. One at all retail stores. Only fam- Tennessee and Virginia is des-

AT3.AM'3 ticket will be issued to each Cre- ous quality brands are offeredat ignated by the Pentagon as those

are G. S. Hawkins and dit Union member without charge special sale prices. areas where the wet bulb tern*
R. F. Veit W. L. is verification of Items on sale include a'wide
; Westphal upon membershipat perature is 67 degrees F or higher
AD3 T. M. Brumfield is the selection of sheets and cases,
; PH3; door. 1000 or more hours of the six
and R C. Zavadil, PR3. a pillows, bed spreads, mattress
NOMINATIONS for Board of warmest months of the year.
pads, towels and wash cloths,
Directors include: Lcdr. B. J. However, the directive issued
bath mat sets, scatter rugs,
VP-18 Scott, O & R Dept. Donald Moran
; dish by Defense requires 2200 hoursof
towels and'cloths
Sooner or later old faces must Fire Dept., and D. M. Davidson, forters and tablecloths.The 67 degrees or higher before
give way to new ones. So it was O&R air other
conditioning or cooling
at VP-18 this sale should) continue
week. Lt ( Bill
Nominees for Credit Committeeare systems can be authorized to replace -
"Luke" Lucas and Lt ( Sam through January or until sup-
: J. E. Borje, ADC Fleet Liaison plies are exhausted. mechanical means of ven-
McCauley, both Patrol Plane
0 & R Dept.; W. H. Sande-, tilation.
Commanders return to civilian
fer 0 & R M. B.
; Blumberg, -- -
life.First Q & Rj; Tony Zambito, Public

to check in this year were .:, fYJ'df VFx9r nA'f ?+v'J.as.: :ffa:.'Sav Works; W. D. Potts, Supply; M. H. the Word
D. J. Uhler, AA and J. T. Bar- NEW SIO New face behind Eddings, 0 & R, and C. C. Phifer, Sfurdleu qefs
tosik, ATRAN, who reported the Service Information Office 0&R.
New Years Day. Ensign D. G. desk at NAS Jax is /Comdr. ---.-----.----------...._--- ------.------------.--.----------..-
Frank J. Hill. He officially assumed The two wjth highest numberof r- .
Duffey first officer
report : ,
his new duties last Mon- votes will be placed on the "
h' '
this I ,:'P"4'; 7 ''' : "
year. day, relieving Comdr. Charles Credit Committee with the remaining : \ .,., .to' I '
The squadron also extends wel- M. Thomas. five serving as alternates. ----

come aboard to L.M. Amster,AT- J, J. SHAPIRO 0 & R is :
NAA Lt (j jg) J. E. Hickman, W. Comdr. Frank Hill

McDonald,AN; E. F. Mero,AMC; Quite often a girl gets rid ofa D

and R. T. Seger, AT2. New Station SIO headache by telling him she 1/

Lt (jg)'and Mrs. Sidney DixonJr. has one.

., announce birth of a son, ,NAS Jax has a new SIO Of- i TH* !. THi HlIIO OP MOUH FACT W4$ M H TW.TS._'OLD MllHO SlAJAANI O\.I<.IY__ i
Sidney S. III, January 7, their ficer, Comdr. Frank J. Hill. She was only a real estate PIP MUCIALL""l HI DO.1041 OHIII1/ PtN 1 .

first child. Young Sid weighed in Comdr. Hill, whose last per- man's daughter but he loved her I.OOIC=fT loCI'tOwJfl 1..IY5T ,..1514110/:

at 6 lbs and 10 oz. Lt (jg) and manent duty station was at NAS, lots. I P.1 Wtt 'nIIRP U I coca..I !

(!Mrs. Russell Lyster Jr., will be Agana Guam, M.I. where he was 1952-54; XO and CO of VPB-108. I ";., I
able to use three deductions for XO, relieved Comdr. Charles M. at San Diego, 1945-46; Air Op-' fii d '. I

1958. Born to them on December Thomas last Monday. erations Officer on the USS j

30, a girl, weight 7 lbs and 11 Comdr. Hill also served toursat Princeton, 1946-48, and Air Officer c' n

oz., named Elizabeth Hope NAS Jax as flight instructorin of USS Antietam in the s

The following men were con- advanced operational training Korean War, 1951-52.

gratulated by Comdr. C. J. Zaneat command in 1943-44, and as Per- Former SIO, Comdr. Thomas, D.
Monday morning quarters on sonnel and Communications Officer will return to NAS Jax as of-

passing the propay exam: E. J. in 1949-50. ficer-in-charge of the Radar, Air y ,
''Richburg, AT2, R. L. Nellans, G_ 'lQleulSKD IfI' /
His other tours included XO of Traffic Control Center (Opera- : II .U.A
'AT2, S. E. WoOdham, AE1, and NROTC Unit at Georgia Tech, tions Dept.), after he attends T Rls'i. .' NWT ox jTW.auON COuRS.8 s=IN.MIS. .SPAM

J. E. Sifford, ATI. 1954-56; Fleet Information Of- eight weeks training at NATTU, It Y i 11't' ,i'.i... t' /DOWN TO.MISowciTOMT ..TIM...!_MSTIAP ANO III"Of CORPOtAk$.nr-

Four non-pilot navigators were ficer for CinClantFlt, Norfolk, Olathe, Kansas. _l.__._._.__.___....___.__...._____._____.::. .TUIt I.I1 NOW TOOI / .




15 January 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Page 7

12-Hour Auto ; -

Test Sebring Set Track For ) L : :

Army's notorious -
Bill Carpenter,
A change in plans for international {s' "lonely-end," was elected

racing at Sebring, Fla.,, captain of the 1959 grid squad.. .

leaves the world championship Q > a Herb Washington, who ran the
12-hour sports car race as origin 220 in 21.2 seconds while at Mor-

ally planned, but calls for a new gan State, is at Ft. Sill, Okla.,
date for the Grand Prix of the ;: prepping for the All-Army track

United States. : > squad, to be selected at Ft. Lee,

The ninth annual 12-hour Va., May 15-June 13 Ben

sports car race of endurance for Martin AF Academy football

the Amoco trophy will get und- coach, has been given a new

erway at 1000 Saturday, March five-year contract.

21, ,as scheduled. West Point's Bob Novogratx was
The date change for the Grand ; tsa4 voted top lineman in the Army-

Prix event for European type Navy football classic Ernie

formula one racing cars was requested Banks of the Chicago Cubs bat-

to ease the shipping ted 47 home runs last season and

problems of the European auto was voted the National League's

builders and to make it possiblefor MVP.

a new American team to : Marine Bob White of the car-

properly prepare its cars. ifr rier Midway completed 4,050 sit-

The March 21 around-the- \ ; ) ups Interservice AllStarHenry

clock race will be the only eventin __nnnm.m' ___nnmn.m..n"' .'.mw. ,_.w_ W_._.........._._ McDonald of Ent member AFD,
this Colorado Springs, and a
country counting toward FALL INTRAMURAL GOLF CHAMPIONS-Perseverance pay off" can well be the motto team
the world sports car championship of FAETU as the imall outfit, which has been competing faiihiully In Mainside intramural sports of last year's AF All-Star
competition for the past nine years, captured IS* Mamside, golf crown during last fall's play. that participated in the AAU
The In a milling mood are front row, (left to right) Nary Harville. Dad Inman and William Winkler. championships, has left for An-
Grand Prix
race will most Rear, Lt (jg) Phil McHugh, Dave Milne, Tip Chaffin. David Whitney Tom Lux, Cliff Corlible, drews AFB, Md., for tryouts of
likely not even be held the same Charles Behm, Cal Lee, and Lcdr. Ronald Deal, officer-in-charge_._ basketballteam.
the Pan
---- --
week as the 12-hour endurance -

trial, Speed Week at Sebring.The ComFair Cage .
tackle Bob Reifsnyder was
first Grand Prix of the Navy
JAX AfR drafted by the Los Angeles Ramson
United States may be scheduledfor Event Opener someday
as late as November 1959. SPORTS a chance may
imwsFlier play pro football.
Slated MondayAction Syracuse, SMU and Miami have

been. added to Navy's 1959 grid
Crackerjax In -- ..- in the ComFairJax basketball schedule.

tournament is slated to Ted Williams will join New
Humiliating LossThe start Monday with the winner York's Enos (Country) Slaughterin

Jax Navy Crackerjax, Quintet Prospers representing ComFairJax in the the 20-year-man category next

;waxing hot and cold in City AirLant tournament to be heldin Memorial Day Income from

League basketball competition early February at Norfolk. the Army-Navy game nets each

this wintertide, waned With Lengthy Win SkeinIn I Seven teams have entered the school over $250,000 from ticket

cooler than last year's fire in local tourney, a double elimina- sales and another $100,000 for TV

action against the Gator Girls I tion affair which should wind up and radio rights. The profit helps
last week, falling, 51-29. the throes of a welcomewinning 1 Intercollegiate
and Smiley Crittenden with 11 Friday with the championshipgame. pay for other
Kathy Passalaque's 21 markers streak, the Jax Navy' markers. athletic expense's.Tom .
led the winners while Fliers are keeping busy this week former memberof
Bobbie Witzel chipped in with with a three-game home card High guns for Sanford were Monday's schedule finds a: the St. Peter's (N. J.) basket-
18. set for Mainside boards. I Joe Catanzaro, with 18 points, strong five from the Hurricane in the

For the Crackerjax, Jo Col- They take on the Albany Ma- and Bill Beyer, with 17. Hunters, VW-4 meeting VAP-62: ball squad which played Tournamentat
in the at 0900. At 1100,, National Invitational
vin 12 rines, who split with the Fliersin opener
hooped points and vet- Victory came even easier for Fasron Nine meets VFP-62 and Madison Square Garden last
eran Carolyn .Johnson meshed a two-game setto in Georgialast the Fliers in last week's second' VA-106 tackles a quint from the year, scored 84 points in his first.
eight. month, tonight and tomor- tilt both of which home
were on 1300. for Ft. Bliss, Tex.
carrier Roosevelt at three games
at 2015 at Main-
row (Friday) boards. Jack
Quote of the : By
side The Saratoga drew a bye. All
gym. The Stovallmen outlasted Or- Lavelle, after scouting the pro
Center Hardwood The Fliers hosted the tough games will be played at Main- the
lando's Flyers (you spell it witha football Baltimore Colts for
Green Cove Bullets last night side
"y"), 75-33. Jester 'again'paced gym. New York Giants: "I'm glad we
Season Underway but no results were available at scorers 'with 21 points. don't have to play the Colt fans.They're .
press time. A Californian was explainingthat
the team"What
j The 1959 NATTCenter intramural The locals upped their win Dick Savage and Crittenden his ''state had never known tougher chances of a
basketball season was skein to eight prior to taking the chipped in with 16 markers I hard times. are the
hitting a
' kicked off last Monday night floor against the Bullets. Latest apiece while Chuck Felton added I I "But surely you felt the great major league batter's

S'1 with a brace of games played.In conquests were over Sanford, 13 points to the Flier point pad depresson of the 1930s," some- home run? 11.8 Babe at-bats Ruth, whacking averagedone
and the Orlando Flyers. rade. one asked. every
the opener, the Sparkles ofAE Navy four-baggers in 8,399 ABs in
downed Aviation Funda- After being down for many The win hiked Jax Navy's "Nope" said the Californian, 71,4, lifetime among active

[ mentals, 51-46. Donald Weimern I minutes of the first half against record to a fairly respectable 8-6 "but we did enOtone of the his major playing leaguers, the; Braves' Ed
i of the coach Herb Stovall's tab. poorest booms we'd ever known.
AvFund team was high Sanford, Mathews has the best average
scorer in a losing cause, hittingthe cre'w shook off their sluggishness '.," with a round-tripper every 14.4
cords for 19 points.In and overcame a 16-8 Sanford tries.

the second game of the lead to leave the court at half- 'I Joe Ealci Ft. Stewart, Ga.,

evening, Support Splinters, last time with a 28-25 margin. clobbbered three straight foes to

years champion, dumped the Jax Navy emerged with a 70- win the Charleston, S. C., light-
Missilemen of NAWS, 38-27 with 54 'victory, ringing up 42 pointsin weight Golden Gloves title.

Ali Matysak of the Splinter fivetaking a hectic second-half in which I
scoring honors with 22 both clubs came alive.
markers. Bob Jester, with 17 points, Art Newman

Unlike last year, games will be paced the winners, along with Place In Shooting .
Jack Dorman's 13 point effort
played Monday through Thurs-
"Doin' what comes natcherly"is
day with tilts starting at 1630
pistol shooting to Arthur New-
and 1800. All being BREEZESThen
games are
man, AN, of NAS Jax Ordnanceand
played in Rosendahl Gym. Build- ...
Sultan who Gunnery
there's the
ing 513.Judo kept his harem three miles from .." .. .. ",. ii:P""W Newman, member of the Jax

where he lived. Every day he < .rI. '. Navy pistol team, fared extremely -
Classes Still On sent his man-servant to get hima : .' .' well in last season's com-

Special Services Department at girl. ',' petition and advanced to a berth
!" ...,. "
NATTCenter announces classesin The Sultan lived to be 87, but ; ((( on the All-Navy pistol team.
sport-type judo are being con- his servant died when he was> .hm. \ : Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr.,NAS

ducted each Monday and Thurs- only 29.Moral. J.i'- Jax commanding officer, recently
day evening from 1900 to 2100. of this story is: /t'& not '. >;C presented Newman with a plaque

Classes are for military per- not the women that kill you, but and citation in behalf of the

sonnel and dependents over 15 the running after them. ; i iSHARp. Commandant of the Sixth Naval
years of 'age, and nd charge is District.
levied for instructions. Combat "Next in importance to havinga .EYED SHOOTER An All-Navy Pistol team Art, as he prefers to be called,
Judo will be taught upon re- great aim is to 'recognize the member is among the ranks of Jax Navy shooters in the person has culled more than 20 trophiesand
quest. psychological moment to pull the of Arthur Newman, AN, (right) of) NAS Jax Ordnance and Gun- medals since taking up the
nery, He Is known admiring plaque presented him by Capt. shooting sport only one-and-a-
Classes are being held Top- trigger. Elliott) W. Parish Jr., NAS Jax commanding officer, for his
side in Building 503. Chinese Proverb performance with the All-Navy squad. half-years ago.


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Page 8 JAX AIR NEWS 15 January 1959

I MiUiBTiEHiiii I ,* .., '

Recreational facilities aboard the Station for the coming iiI1 -

week are: LOUNGES

Mainside Lounge, Building 955, day, Saturday, Sunday 1300-2100;
operating 1000 to 2100; NATT Hospital Library, 0800-1630 Mon-
Center Lounge, Building 593, day thru Friday, 1300-1700 Sun-
hours of operation, 1600-2200, day, no Saturday hours.

Monday thru Friday, and 1300- CLUBS

2300, Saturday and Sunday, I I Blue Jackets Inn, 1630-2330 '.
LIBRARIES Monday thru Thursday; 1630-

Mainside Library; Building 3, 2400 Friday; 1300-2400 Saturdayand
0815-2100 Monday ,thru Friday, 1300-2330 Sunday; EM Club,
1300-2100' Saturday, Sunday; NATTCenter, 1630-2300 Monday
NATTCenter Library, Building thru Thursday; 1400 thru 2330
563, 0930-2100 Monday thru Fri- Friday and Saturday; 1400 thru tPILE

i lyly ...... .. .............,s,'' ,,. . 2300 Sunday; EM Club, NARTU,
4vivv.M' thru
ywlltA. i Wednesday Sunday 1100- .
1300 and 1630-2300; CPO Club, '-.x =
dining room, 1100-1300 Monday UP LENGTHY SERVICE Week after week Station civilian employees pile up impressive -
r length of service records. Latest crop of "old-timers" is this group of five Overhaul and
\ thru Friday Harris 1530-
; room, Repair Department employees. They were presented 20-year government service pins for military. I
2400 Monday thru Thursday, Fri and Civil Service time Presenting the pins is Cant Thomas B. Haley, (left) NAS Jax Overhaul and
day 1530-0100; Saturday 0900- Repair Officer. Recipients are James Moon, Walter Howard, Douglas King, Homer Williams and
0100, Sunday ,6900-2400. Satur- James Roland. Absent, but also receiving a pin, was Harry Jarrard

day and Sunday dining room

....... hours 1200-2100. Patio Bar, Death On The
1- 1300-1800, Dick McMeekin, Tues- Hi-Way
day; Friday and Sunday; Hugh r

Corley, Saturday ATHLETICS and Sunday. Not For Those HereIf

Mainside Gym, 1000-2100 Mon- you are a. car owner aboard the Station and traveled
day thru Friday, 1300-2100 Sat- any distance over the holidays you should be commended.Not I Thursday January 15

urday and Sunday; NATTCenter one of .YOU killed yourself. .. Mainside-I Mobster (drama)
For Sale Gym, 1300-2100 Monday thru You -may wonder why one with Steve Cochran.
3 BR house, 2 bath, close to Friday, 1030-2100 Saturday, 1300- should accept a verbal pat on perhaps more secular-minded, NATTCenter"Bridge on the
NAS & Cecil. 4238 Anvers Blvd. 2100 Sundays; Mainside Bowling the back for not committing involuntary Lady Luck was sitting ,on their River Kawi," Alec Guiness.

SP-1-0966. Alleys, Monday thru Thursday suicide. But easily hasit shoulder. Hospital "Devils General"

3 BR house, Venetia, $750 1130-1630; Friday 1130-2100; been done in these automotive WE CAN only supplement ab- with Curt Jergens.
equity and $76 per month. EV- Saturday and Sunday 1300-2100; days. Just one second of care- stract conclusions with concrete Friday, January 16
4-4190. NATTCenter Bowling Alleys, less inattention at an opportune reasoning. We believe NAS Jax's Mainside Snowfire (color

2 BR house, Wesconnett, equity 1130-1300 and 1630-2200 Monday moment can acquire for a drivera excellent traffic record over the drama of a stallion).
and $55 per month. SP-1-2246, thru Friday, 1200-2200 Saturday, liberal education about the holidays is the result of your attention NATTCenter I Mobster -
Bransom. 1300-2200 Sunday. hereafter. and discretion (drama).

2 BR house, Lake Shore, CBS, Golf Course, 0830 'til dark SHOULD ONE be compli- We certainly must take our Hospital-Bridge on the River
Fla rm, 'air cond, din EV- mented for by-passing such a Kwai.
sep weekdays; Saturday 0730 'til white hats ofT to the NAS Jax
crip course, where lessons are
7-6066. 17
Saturday January
dark, and Sunday 0800-1800. Safety Division rior to
House trailer, 31 ft., $800 full learned by i inattention i and the holidays conducted four Mainside "N a ked
Station Fish Camp, open ,0800 homework assigned for places J
price. Extension 419, Thompson. shows a day for five of Richard Todd (adults).
days a
For Rent until.. half hour before sundown, unknown?. rhovie: entitled "Death on the TTCenter-"Snowfire" (color
3 rm house, furn, Woodstock closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Yes, you should be commended. Hi-way." a frankly drama).
Park. 1089 Hood Ave. EV-4- Hobby Shop Annex, Building You did not exchange those but realistic and thought-provok Hospital Mobster.

6167, Poler. 503, open 1300-2200 daily.A beautifully wrapped and gaily ing film unveiling the pathos of, Sunday January 18
3 BR house, Avondale, unfur, decorated gifts which you cher- : careless driving. I Mainside Wind Across The
1272 Belvedere Ave. EV-9-5761 cold can be, either positiveor ish today for the white bandaged Everglades, with Burl Ives..
4 rm furn apt., garage, elect. negative. It depends. Some- wrapped bundles or pine boxed Charlie Able, NAS Jax Safety NATTCenter Naked Earth
$70 per month. 3859 Herschel St. times the eyes have it, other "gifts" which reflect only hollow Director, stated during the pre- (adults). -
EV-7-1950, Mrs. Clark. times the nose. mockery: upon a festive season. sentations "I' don't expect to Hospital Snowfire (color
save everyone, but if we can
MiscellaneousWanted drama
Why were all of us spared? No
: To Rent 4 BR house In ladies' fashion one can ever know definitely, of save one life, our" time will have Monday January 19
about 1 July Conv. to NAS. From slip to topper, course. To those religiousminded been well spent. Mainside-Cat On A Hot Tin

Capt. Max Berns, USN, CNO Anything fittingIs the hand of God protected Us, It was.France. Roof (1900 only) Adults.

(OP)5P Navy Depot, Wash, D.C. no longer proper. they'll say. To the carefree, or NATTCenter-Wind Across the
Wanted: Teenage club needs Draft v Everglades, Burl Ives.
.. ., ..
records. Leave at No. 1 Fire 5' +al5. w .5.t i Hospital-Naked Earth.
Stat., NAS or Bennys Fish Camp. (Continued from Page 1)) Tuesday|January 20

Drs. Inlet.VA44. impresses all men at 20. At 19 a Mainside Fraulein with Mel

preliminary notice is sent. The Ferrer.
Aircraft t I letters to Albert and Michel were NATTCenter-Cat on A Hot Tin
Si I.i I. Roof ((1900 only) Adults.
from French Consuls in the U.S.,
(Continued from Page 1)), and were written in French. Hospital Wind Across the
by a white base coat must be ; i\\ Everglades-Burl Ives.
The reason French-:
applied before the actual orangeis I Wednesday January 21
used. This is done Americans may receive such notices -
to provide Mainside-Cole Younger, Gunfighter -
maximum in reflectability from is that France, under cur- .
rent International Law (which is
the bright paint.
NATTCenter Fraulein, star-
a very changeable type law),
After two applications, it is ring Mel Ferrer.
recognizes dual citizenship. The
then covered with a clear protec- i Hospital -- Cat on A Hot Tin
1-M United States does not.
tive coat and the aircraft or hard- Roof-(1900( only) Adults.
hat is ready for us. In other words, a French-born
Y,! .,yi
"' person may become a citizen of
upon current I ,
weather the ALMOST OUT TO SEA The USS Constitution, better another country, but he is still a I
Its known as Old Ironsides, gets underway on her annual cruise. citizen of France, who watches
characteristic luminous glow for She was taken out in the harbor, turned. end.for-end and brought New QuartersThe
six to eight months before the back to her pier. Reason for the short trip is that the sun tendsto him, woman-like, waiting to call
procedure must be once again warp'the masts if she's not allowed to "tan" evenly him when she may need him. ComFair Jax Career Ap-
carried praisal Team announces new location -

orange is being I Letter Commends Dispensary Staff I of its offices in Building
used on the lower nose section, 914. Formerly located in Room

drop tanks, and tail section of 112 of the Main Administration

VA-44's A4D's. The Hornets will Capt. J. E. Fulghum, NAS Jax known to their seniors. I would only as "Tex." The corpsman was Building, the offices were moved

be undergoing this change in its Senior Medical Officer, recently therefore like to take this opportunity very tactful and soothing towards Friday, according to Dick Bern-
aircraft and hardhats until its received a letter from an officer, to compliment you and my daughter and made ard ADC.
completed in the unit, Lt. J. H. Olsen, attached to Basic your' staff for the excellent serv- the entire i incident as painless as
This is another fine exampleof Training Group 1, at N A A S I ice extended to me'on Saturday, possible. Op e n 0800 to 1600 Monday

the research and expense the Saufley Field, Fla. I November 29, 1958, while i l on "I'would like to invite your attention through Friday, the team furn-
Navy is going through in orderto The letter, printed below, leave from Pensacola. : to the fact my wife and I ishes information on active duty
protect lives of its pilots and praises the services administered I were'
"My three-year-old daughter both highly impressed, not pay, allowances and benefits, dependent's -
crewmen.A to Lt. Olsen's daughter during an with
only the excellent work
lacerated her hand on a wire medical care, retire-
emergency by the Dispensary fence that, afternoon and was done on my daughter, but also survivor's
ment, and veteran'sbenefits
rocket-powered test sled, start. with the enthusiasm with whichit
weighing seven tons, will move The letter reads: treated at the NAS Jax Dispensary was projected. reenlistment allowance,

1,700 miles per hour, faster than "Too often the I good deeds of by Dr. Joseph Mathews and Very respectfully, insurance, social security and related -

a bullet fired from a rifle. subordinates are unseen and un- an unidentified corpsman, known J. H. Olsen, Lt., USNR: matters.