Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 5, 1959
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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; ;:$ Eagles Of Patrol Squadron 16 Chalk Up

Two Year Accident-Free Flying MarkPatrol

'+ { 3 Squadron Sixteen has achieved 'among patrol or attack I ments. Like all patrol squadrons -

passed the two-year mark for mining squadrons in the on the Atlantic coast, VP-

accident-free flying. This out Atlantic Fleet. 16, an all-weather. squadron, is

standing record dates backto The NAS Jax based patrol constantly on call in case of

Jan. 26, 1957. Since that squadron has also distinguished enemy threat, sea and air
date VP-16 has flown some
s itself as an operating squadron. rescue missions or mercy er-
16,000 accident-free hqurs dur-
_ ing operational and training On several occasions VP- rands to ships at sea. VP-16

{ flights. 16 has participated in large, takes pride in the satisfactionof
)i A'
full scale anti-submarine warfare active
vYLANCE being "ready. As an
LAST OCTOBER the 1958 operations.THE .
patrol squadron, VP-16 possesses -
Chief of Naval Operations
"EAGLES" establisheda the capability of moving
Aviation Safety Award was
presented to VP-16 for the reputation for being a squadron anywhere in the world at a

most outstanding safety record that meets its commit- moment's notice.
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replica of the Marine Corps'
Lance Corporal chevron shown
being tried for "looks" by Pfc.
Ray Olie on the sleeve of Pfc. l
Robert Ragsdale, is heartily
approved by Pfc. Alvin King Jfl.
(right) and Ed Christiansen t ,
(left). The four NATTC Marines

were presented meritorious pro- 1'f'
motion warrants to, the new
rank. Lance Corporal. d ,

Auto Tag ReliefPossible Vol. 16 No 43 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville Florida 5 February 1959

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For Relaxed Medicare Rules

Some Military +.: Qy. Yv Hinted By CommitteeAn

The Sailors Civil Relief Act easing of medicare restrictions appears in the offering,

can protect military person- as Congress will study how the services have worked toward

nel aboard NAS Jax from cleaning up the.prograiU since. last October.
purchasing Florida state license Many top ranking members of
tags if they meet cer- the House Appropriations Com- the committee Medicare officials
tain requirements.The mittee appear to be in favor of to see how they have conformedwith
state of Florida can not changing the rules on medicare the intent of Congress to 1
legally make servicemen buy if it is found the Defense pro- force more dependents back into

automobile tags if they are in gram can't exist without the service medical facilities.

the state solely by virtue of means available to it now. Medicare officials are confident .
military orders if they are legal HOWEVER,BEFORE considering they can show members of Con-
residents of a state, territoryor FY 1960, observers feel that gress that outside treatment has
political subdivision other Congress will be calling before been cut down and dependents
than Florida; if they have valid returned to service hospitals.

legal license plates on their autos HOWEVER, since there is no
for the state of their legal resi- BuPers ManualDue way of keeping billings up to

dence; if the vehicle is regis- d date because cost figures run
tred in their name only, and if A For ChangeThe months behind actual care, Medicare -

they are not claiming homestead BuPers Manual, pub- officials will not be able to
exemption in the state of Florida. lished in 1948, is due for a re- show committee members dollar

Protection still holds even if :Jl\: ........: r' ... vision. savings as yet.
the serviceman's children are "BULLSEYE SEEKER" INSTALLED T. J. Bennett. AO2, The revised edition, to be Because service facilities are
enrolled in Florida schools or shows Lt (jg) Dick Lubbersiedi (left) and Lt (jg) "Bullet" Segars published late in 1959, will retain not capable.0 ol handling. ... all 0. the..
his wife uses the car to driveto (right), where the "Bullseye Seekers" are installed that enabled the same format as the hundreds of children's operations
and from work in Jackson- Bombing these VA-176 Competition.pilots to fire a perfect 'score in AirLant Glide current book, and will be sentto needed at the time parents feel

ville. the printer in May or June. they should be done, and because
If personnel meet these requirements Reduced stock of the current some stations just don't have the

and Florida officials Thunderbpltsof VA176Set edition and the great numberof available operating facilities,
insist that they purchase Florida changes to BuPers direc- many parents have gone to civilian -
tags, they should contact their MarksAttack tives requires publishing of doctors at their own expense.

legal officer for advice.ALLGIRL Bombing plained.the new manual- officials ex-' CONSEQUENTLY, Congress-

(Please turn to Page 8, CoL 1))
BAND Squadron 176 returned this week from NAS McCalla ........ -
Field, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba after establishing what is believedto

. APPEARS HEREThe be three All-Navy bombing records.
Sixty-four out of a possible 74
WAF Band, only all- Navy "E" awards were earned heard citing a legitimate com
feminine band in the United during the two-week deploy- plaint, "Fire a good score and
States Air Force,. will appearat ment."THUNDERBOLT". be beaten twice!" Lt. Headleyhad
NAS Jax for a concert on a five-foot average.
pilots and
Feb. 24 at 1900-2000 at Main- A three-bomb average of 100
crews combined their talents to
side Gym Bldg. 3. feet or less is required for the
record' what may well be the
The concert, to feature night dive bombing "E." Once
finest glide, loft and night bomb-
symphonic music, swing, jazz, exercises again, records were shattered
ing competitive ever
rock n' roll, mambos, marchesand fired. Squadron individual when 21 of the 24 competing pilots

many specialties, will pre- averages were outstanding end in all posted "E" scores and a q z
cede an enlisted men's dance. squadron average of 67 feet was $y
WAF band members have compexes.The earned. S,
'Thunderbolts" found the
been invited to attend the STILL COMPLAINING about
dance, to be held in the same I mark in day-glide bombing fora his hard luck in day bombing,
sensational squadron averageof
building.The Lt. Headley paced the pack in r
37 feet. Of the 25 competing J 4
feminine band, com- the nocturnal compex with a
pilots, 18 posted scores averaging -
prised of professional musi- phenominal 10-foot
less than 50 feet for three average.
4 .
cians and specialists, has won
bombs, thereby earning the "E" The loft bombing compex resulted -
praise wherever it has
in clean for the
for this event. a sweep
peared. The band has per-
formed on TV for Wide Wide TWO "PRETTY FAIR country "Thunderbolts." Twenty-five pilots k .

World, Arthur Godfrey Show, shots", Ltjg( ). Nelson Segars recorded 25 "E's" and a -- 100 PER CENT QUALIFICATION- Patrol Squadron 16

I've Got A Secret, Today and and Ltjg( ). Dick Lubberstedt, squadron average of 121 feet. pilots hold up signs signifying a highly successful recent deployment ; -
to Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico. The squadron conducted
others. dropped three bullseyes each for I The "E" requirement for the daily exercises that included low-altitude bombing, radar bombing
The unit has also appearedin rockets, searchlight and anil-submarine warfare procedures.Left .
an average score of "O" feet. loft event is 250-feet for a
two inauguration paradesand to right are Lt (Jg) F. L. Hering. Lt (Jg) M. F. Flaherty and
other special occasions. Lt. Al Headley, VA-176 Ad- single bomb. It is believed that Lcdr. R. B. Ambrose. The crew headed by Lcdr. Ambrose compiled
ministrative Officer, was over- (Please turn to Page 8, CoL 1) a perfect record in each of five events.r' .

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Page "AX" AIR NEW"s' 5 February 1959

J11 ftJB&iJ3XAS. Rising Cost Of Serviceman Plunks Another

18CboIn1JIeCllpt. Spur In Eisenhower's Budget Tug-Of-War I

Elliott W. Parish Jr. _, _...._. Commanding Officer
Ountr. Grajvtoa H. Weber L. ....?.?.. ........ ........ Executive Officer budget
fiscal 1960
If AB tuo riMt Air JIacktoaTUI t In
Beer Adsn. WcndaQ Capt. George R. Luke .,......................................................... Chief of Staff. FalrJax message to Congress, because of Communist limitedwar retention rates are not kept
Capt >Macj&enoa WlUUrai .......................... .... .. ... Chief of Staff. NAB Six dent Eisenhower asked for
n*.t Air Wl* E1 v.n threats. up, new benefits are not the
g answer
Capt. Donald K Macintosh .. ......_....,.._.........._........._............................ Commander continuation of the draft, a it is felt. -
Capt. Charles L. Lambtnr .....?....................,....... ............................... Chief Staff Officer cut in the Reserves, slicing of THE PRESIDENT intimatedthat ,

Capt Chirlet L. Moore Narkl Jr.Air.... ,.Technical....,. _._.. .Training. ...__.......Canter............ Conunandinf Officer veterans benefits and a hands- the major effort to increasethe "Thequality of inductees and
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Camdr. Wilfred X. rieahman m... ............l HotpltalCapt ..................._.................... Kxecutlr OtOocrMaral off policy on active duty per- attractiveness of military careers enlisteds has improved," the

Alton C. Abernethy ............-.........._.................................... Commanding Officer sonnel. is complete. Many congressmen president said. "The first term
Capt. John G. Feder .. .......... ....... .. .... .. .................. .... Executive Officer reenlistment
c IfARTOCapt Although realizing the pos- are reported to agree with rate has increasedand

Norman O. Anderson ..._._... .__. ............................ .. Commanding Officer sibility of strength 'cuts in the the president in that the pay revisions the experience and skill
Comdr. William X. Hardy ............_......>..........>..............................-.......... Executive Officer future, as of now the President of 1958 have become suf- levels have been raised. These

Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds !In Jacksonville Florida . improvements point to greater
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS' P-35 _,_ 'w., .,.w._ _...,... .ow. t" W I of
Rev. July 1958 Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel personnel, smaller
of Fleet Air JacktonvlUe. Naval Air Station. Naval Air Technical Training basic and technical
Center Fleet Air Wing 11 Naval Air Reserve framing TJntt and the O. > training
Naval HoapltaL loads, and, over the longer run,
Service Information Officer Comdr Frank J. Hill may permit some further reduc-
Assistant Service Information Officer ....... Andrew H. Planer tions in "
Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Bill Weekes. J03; Dottie Johnson military personnel.
; Ron Davis, AN; Gene Hagan JOSA. Staff Photographer-Joe O'Brien PH3. THIS SITUATION has resulted

The lax Air News la a nenfcer the ArsMd Sarriea.Material from career legislation the
clan pcoHding ,
be eMit lagiven. pres-
appearing Jn Ibis publication reprteted
..PT et*graphs, unless etherwise eredrted are official U. S. Navy pfeU- __ ,:, \ JuI- o ident feels.
.titers 1 located in R... ZM Main Admtaistratle Boflilnff. ffc*** ;. 'v:, The president asked that both
extensions 8184 65S, 272 or 216. the six-month Reserve program

Thar She Blows I and the Dependents AssistanceAct
be continued. However, he

urges cuts in Reserve strengthin
A TYPE OF INSANITYYou some services.

Some 40.9 billions will be spent

cah feel it coming. It is preceded by that quiet, hurried for the military out of the 77 bil-

anxiety that blankets the day's noisy activity. : lions in Ike's budget. Some 11.6

billions will go to the Navy, or
With faces serious hasten to clear their desks
suddenly men 15 percent of the whole budget.
shut off machines, bring hitherto insert rags to life and make wild .. "
w Out of this 11.6 billions it will
swipes at their hands and tools, girls close their desks, cover their a ,
machines,powder their noses and fix their hair, then stand tense and cost the taxpayer $4220 to keep
each man in active
tremorous waiting it is the inevitable calm before the storm. duty armed
forces in fiscal 1960. This is $70

THAR SHE BLOWS!! Rampant insanity breaks loose. What an more per man than was spent

hour before had been a group of normal, working people suddenly during fiscal 1959 and $315 more

explodes at the sound of' that whistle into a seething amalgamationof __'_U l.i: .:: mnri'i' i_ than it cost in fiscal 1958.
frenzied commotion. WHY DOES THE servicemancost
CREDIT UNION OFFICIALS Here are newly elected
members of the Board of Directors of the Jax Navy Federal the taxpayer more than be-
They clamor climb and claw their through the
way Credit Union. Front row (left to right) are Lcdr. Benedict Scott fore? It is felt he is a better man,
at the time clock they turn on their heels, and with a wild
O&R: Evelyn Clark. NAS Cecil Field, secretary: and David Davidson. more experienced and hence get-
shout of freedom jump, cartwheel, sprint, and shuffle out to the O&R. Back'row: Bill Catrette O&R, treasurer: Otis
parking lot where await their innocent and unperturbed chariots. Beck, Supply Department: Andy Carlson, past president: and ting more basic pay and long-
Don Moran vice president. Mining from the photo is Gordon evity pay, has more special skills
Their temporary lapse of sanity is now at its peak. They slam King, president.. and therefore getting extra pro-
themselves into the driver's seat and command their horses to their Iciency pay,. and Uncle Sam is

bidding. I putting away a little more for
More Specialist Ratings his old age in the social security
WITH A JUMP AND a roar these maniac-manned missiles of fund.

malevolence go screeching and screaming across the lot, jostling
EM Some 10.6 billions will be the
each other, jolting their drivers to further speed and reckless aban- Eyed Joining RanksThe cost for 2.5 million active per-

don. The spectacle reminds. one of a vast armada of tanks chargingan Navy, in an earnest effort to streamline its enlisted sonnel strength in fiscal 1960.

objective. rating structure to keep abreast of swift-moving technological For Reservists, the cost will be a

Woe be to John Q. Normal Citizen driving down Roosevelt changes, is_creating_ still more specialists. little over $600 millions for a

Blvd. on his peaceful way home, when this tooting, tearing, rip- As reported by Navy Times, drill-pay status force of slightly
the permanent Board for Reviewof retary .Navy.2Possibility This total active
snorting avalanche descends. There is no stopping it. over a million.
the Enlisted Rating Structureis of creating a new and reserve military personnelcost
With a desperate tramping of the accelerator and swinging of now engrossed in a study to warrent officer specialty for nuclear for 1960, leaving out retired

the wheel, they swerve past each other, to the right, to the left, revamp the 64-rating structure. : weaponsmen. shows a slight decrease.

criss-crossing in and out, and occasionally attempting to go over THIS WEEK disclosed these 3-Revealed the existence of a pay The, Navy will have 145,000

the top of slower escapees. steps pointing toward more specialization special study which may result paid Reservists in 1960 as in 1959.

THIS PARTICULAR TYPE of insanity apparently causes th'e : In more specialization in avia- The Marine Corps will have

driver to overlook the mechanism of brakes, to forget courtesy, to 1-Setting up three specialty tion ratings. 48,000 paid Reservists in 1960, a

ignore fear, and to despise the rights of others. groups within the sonarman THE NAVY already has takena 2000 increase over 1959.

rating has been approved by the number of concrete steps toward -
They snort through the ditches, along both shoulders, and advance Chief of Naval Personnel and streamlining the enlisted
three abreast the two lane highway.
now awaits final okay by Sec- rating structure as a result of CP TeletlonSeeks

Meanwhile Mr. Normal Citizen stops, gasps, grabs his hat, hides .. A .. .'.,. -" the rating review board's studyof
his head and prays that his life may be spared. His car is bunted .;.; :..1.tnttwM1! the impact of modern techno- TalentService

scraped, and half buried with flying debris. ;;i :i ii: 1 logy.

To date with show
'. the nine-man board personnel
FINALLY. WHEN THE noise of battle has passed him by, he ;4t y..M has talent
t11 completed action on 15 rat- business experience or
shakes the dnst out of his hair, wipes fumes out of his eyes, and ings 20 invit-
\ ratings have been
are under that line
studyor along
carefully coaxes the remains of his auto homeward.The t!: Cerebral
h. .. nearing completion, eight rat- ed to participate in the
mechanized melee gradually dissipates' itself in the city ings have yet to come up for Palsy Telethon slated for Jack-

and environs. Abruptly arriving at wherever it had been so frantic- x r. study, and the board plans to sonville February 14-15.

ally going each car grinds to a halt; and as the temporary insanity make no change (therefore no The program, to last for 16

begins to taper off, the driver makes his final faltering dash to the lengthy study) in the case of consecutive hours, will start at

serenity of his own front door. 21 ratings. 2200 February 14 and end at

The board has shelved earlier 1400 the following day.
Complete sanity returns. He says to his wife, "Hello, honey, proposals to established a nu- WJXT, Channel Four, will
when do we eat? .
clear proceedings.All
propulsionman rating since televise the entire
studies have shown that the funds received as result of

Special Chapel ServicesSet current users of nuclear energy, the Telethon will be used for

BackwardGlances For Boy Scout Day submarines, were operating fme operation of the local treatment
without the need of
further center.
Sunday, Feb. 8, is National
specialists. is the
Site for the telethon
Boy Scouts of America Day, ... .....,......"" MI>' """"'" ..._......."or_. AMONG Hotel and
with scouts urged to attend the OTHER proposals to George Washington
February 8, 1951 RECEIVES 20-YEAR PIN be studied by the board is the the public is invited to attend.
church of their choice. Allyn C. Lllherland, education
Two barracks and a mess hall creation of a warrant rank for Among the national celebrities
at Aviation Fundamentals
All boys in the Scouting pro- specialist
were opened for use of personnel gram at NAS have been Invited School at NATTCenler machine accountants, who now appearing on the show will be
attached to NATTCenter.This was presented with a 20-year advance as ship's clerks. Amanda Blake, Dennis Weaver
to attend Sunday School and the
service pin by Capt. Charles L. and Milburn Stone, all of the"Gunsmoke"
is a welcome relief for"Whitehats" 1100 Divine Services at All- Roore, NATTC commanding of -
TV series and tele-
who up until now Saints Chapel, in uniform. in "Yes, she was hanged in ,
ny. vision star Graham.
had been sleeping and eating at Chaplain Charles Beatty has China." Virginia
the Center since 1952 Personnel interested in
April appear-
Mainside and to workon service for the
traveling prepared a special "Shanghai
and before
at Wright Pat ing on the program should con-
buses. occasion. tenon AFB. Dayton Ohio. -No, not very." tact Jerry Ball at EX 8-5061.


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5 February 1959 TAX AIR NEWS Page 3

I I Bewhiskered Buddy Burrow Booted Behind Bars I

The apparently mad whisker- ---
twitching woodchuck who had Then something snapped, he said. Monday and he had cast a shad- Burrow described her mate as a until, just to hear her stop jab-

created a neat riot outside his Psychiatrists, trying to grasp ow. This clause is designed, he hairy, fat, no good, ground-vari- bering, I am driven out .of my

home last Monday, Feb. 2, was Burrow's ailment, said he seem- said, to protect him from be- ety-hog who, too lazy to work burrow and to work.

finally captured today by police ed dispondent at being forced to coming entrapped by false signsof during the winter months like "You can Imagine how J. felt

after a desparate three-day,hole- arise on Feb. 2. A contract with spring and'to prepare him for other animals, had to snooze his I
to-hole search. his employer, Burrow told them, the predicted late, cold spri g. life away. when I awoke Monday, and

demanded he disturb the peace "But oh no," chippered Bur- looking out, saw my fate. I
The demented
marmot, Bud- Hearing this tirade, Burrow
Burrow had ful bliss of his subterraneanhome row before the doctors, "it had guess I just flipped my fur."
dy instigated a wild arose on his hind legs, and
life of confusion Monday when to forecast the weather to be damp, dreary, cloudy and twitching his nose indignantly,
he crawled every year on that date. cold and I was forced to scurry
out of his subburrow confessed his woes to onlookers.
home in Jax and yelled to shocked UNDER TERMS of his contract out there in that mess, unpre-
Burrow said he could have curl- pared and unpredicted. That con- "Winter-in and winter-out, "he
passers-by that wouldbe
there ed back to sleep til the Ides of tract's squirrelly somewhere." twitched," I have to get up on
a mild and early spring.A .
March if it had been a sunny SHOWING NO sympathy, Mrs. that darn day, never knowing
S WITNESSES later dis- whether I can go peacefully backto
closed, Burrow, bleery-eyed with q" ; : sleep for six glorious weeks,
fur standing on end and teeth :;; "i
., or whether I have to stay awake,
gleaming in the gloomy overcastof and hear the jabber of my wife

early morning, then scampered j

trians.toward them and, bit two pedes- 1 Defense Bill

Whereupon, stated pedestrians,
To Validate
Burrow turned some frantic

circles, yelled something like "no With TheToastmasters

sun for the wicked," and disap- Ecort PayDefense

peared into a nearby woods.
has asked Congress to
After many false scents, police
a bill authorizing escort
finally tracked Burrow down at
ai, travel allowances, validation of It. was Bill Mitchell night at
one of i his holeouts and while he
i such payments for the future the weekly Officers Toastmasters
was cracking an acorn, trapped
and permission for those who meeting last Thursday.Bill .
him by surprise. 1
__ have refunded such payments to the of the
won speaker
their back.
had been a "hard nut to crack," get money I week cup for the third time,
but expained the percentageshad The bill reflects a turnaboutin earning the right to retain the

been on their side since policy set by the Controller cup. He is the first\ member to

Burrow hadn't eaten for months General'in 1956 when he stated win this honor since the cup has

and was consequently weak and that'while travel pay and trans- I been admitted into competition.Bill .
Y portation pay allowances to mili-
unalert. spoke on "What Price
escorts of servicemen de-
tary Culture." His competition included -
Burrow, a veteran weather
pendents are worthy from thehumane
forecaster, later told police he two post-basic training

stuck his head out of his hole ......O- "d r.n7.PY1.n..jA.i.a;; standpoint, they are still speakers. Hank Young spoke on
not and would have to be
Monday morning just to see what A GOOD DEED Future Marine "Gunny Seraeant"! Mike proper "Nobody Tells Me Nothing" and

the weather was going to be. Vogel, son of acting Master Sergeant and Mrs. L. G. Vogel, of refunded. Gene Guazzo on "There is an
NATTCenter empties a full sack of coins, amounting to $200, Military escorts are persons Ocean in your Future."
into the pot during the March of Dimes Parade id Jax. He is
assisted other than who .travel under orders to accompany Bill Highsmith was the toastmaster -
ably by none Roy Rogers, famous cowboy,
who was principal guest of the parade. Young Vogel collected dependents whose spon- Moe, Moessner conducted
contributions from Marines stationed at NATTC. "Gunny" sors have died, are missing in table topics. Chuck Neeley was
marched with the NATTC Drum and Bugle Corps in the parade. action, must be unable to travel, master e luator. Klrb Callam,
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with their dependents. Such dependents Don Dorety and Max Bailey

SALTY HUMOR FROM Real Cool must be unable t o, served as evaluators. Guest of
Thoughts Emerge
travel alone due to sickness, age I the evening was Bill Smith.

HERE AND THERE or other impediment. .

Daffynlshuns: Football game- From This Crazy Machine Defense said it felt responsi- Resolved: "That Union Politi-

where It pays to kick when bility for servicemen's depend- cal Activity Should Be Con-
enh' and that their safe travel
things aren't well. -- -- -
going trolled by Federal Law".
The Navy is devising a machine I
cally, ability to read both print home is a "matter of publictrust"
that thinks for itself and That's the question debated at

A guest from the city came without the aid of. filter tip I I and script and respond to verbal Tuesday night's joint session of

upon a man shaving in the open cigarettes, too. commands. The Joint Travel Regulations, the Navy Civilian Toastmastersand

air behind a bunkhouse at a It is believed that a working I: Automatic navigation ,and I which interprets such laws for Downtown ToastmastersClub.

Wyoming dude ranch. model of the thinking machinea -'' service people, said members are Memberships of both clubs

Guest: Do you always shave perceptron, which now exists- landing systems, recognition entitled to allowances while in were on hand for the debate.

outside?" can be built within two to 10 I systems, data gathering and "travel status", and the services, Blasting the racketeers in the

Jack: "Of course do you, years. I space travel are some of the according to the service's Judge labor movement, expounding on

think I'm fur-lined?" SPONSORED by ONR, the future applications of the think- Advocate General, feel this sufficient the excessive power of corrupt

project is being carried out by union bosses and and how
ing machine as seen by Dr. authority to cover travel ,
It generally takes about five Cornell University's aeronautical they should be controlled, won
Rosenblatt. for escorts.
years for a tree to produce nuts, laboratories.tAlthough I the debate for the Affirmative

that is, all but the family tree. the thought machine team from Navy Civilians. Max

will operate at a most simple y%Y}. Suter, E. K. McIlrath and Andy

Elsie: "How do you like your level, having only a few hun- Planey comprised the Civilians'team

new boss?" dred "brain cells," it will be'' besting the Downtown

Flo: "Oh, he ain't.o bad, able to select and coordinate :: Yp team of John Sulik, Bill Chaffln

Elsie, only he's kinda bigoted." what it sees and hears. Operat- and Joe Kempf.
I 1N
Elsie: "Whaddaya mean, big- ing blindly, however, it can rely : Evaluators were Rex Rasnic,

oted?" only on data fed to it. I Don Hunt, Lloyd Griswold, Ben
Flo: "Well, he thinks wordscan Ballering, Bill Clearman, and
And coupling of
a perceptron
only be spelled one way. :. s Mike Cascone, with Walt'Stanulas
with a conventional digit computer -
master evaluator. Lexicologistwas
will the |
carry over re-
A bowlegged man moved so Ken Scales.CPO .
slowly on .the golf links that an maining obstacles of grammarand

irritated player deliberately shota syntax. I

ball between his curved legs." One of the leaders of the proj- i NotesTonight

ect, Dr. Frank Rosenblatt, lists
some of the 'future talents of the I ___ >>. :
"Do you call that golf? the r
offended man snapped. perceptron, such as the abilityto i's slated to be a big

"No," was the reply, "but it's translate words spoken in one night at,. the CPO club with a

darned good croquet." language into another automati- i iA special Mardi Gras Ball completewith

9 special effects beginning at

I 2000.A.
"Then there's the woman who West VirginianAE

cured her husband of his "I haveto 'k' band, composed of hand
Honor ManGuy
work late at the office" rou- picked musicians from the NAS

tine by asking him if she could ichols, AEIAN, of Nitro, J ax band, and favors for all, will .

depend on it. W. Va., grabbed top honors in I be on hand at no extra charge to

S last week's graduation at the the couples attending.All .

Some men.spend 50 dollar opa Aviation Electricians Mate
chiefs and their wives
canary. Others spend twice as School Class A at NATTCenter. are
urged to attend, with special
much on a lark. Nichols, who entered the Navyin
March, 1958 will report to PIPED OVER THE SIDE Robert L. Demon AMC, wu prizes being awarded for the
piped the side by his shipmates from Aviation Ordaaac
over best costumes, as it has
Field Calif. for
Women Hater NAS Moffet ,
Dal1ynishuns: School at NATTCe ter. Chief Demon completed 31 yean of
women. ,duty. .enice. been tagged a costume ball.




Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS 5 February 1959

Unit Reps Learn ProceduresOf

Filing Income Tax ReturnsIt i#} y r

has been said that man is certain of two things in !

and'taxes. That dreadful time of the year is here again.
it should be a little easier this year for those who Thursday, February 5
Mainside Tokyo After Dark
lecture given aboard the Station by David Costello, Jr. -
Revenue Agent. (drama), Richard Long, Michi

Those in attendance were rep- 4 Kaki.
Who must file? NATTCenter-Badman's Coun-
resentatives of every commandand
'squadron in this area, including ,resident of the try (western drama), George

civilians. The represen- adult or minor whose Montgomery.
tatives in turn are to advise come was $600 or Hospital:-First Time (drama),
Members, of the Robert Cummings, Barbara Hale.
those in their units on tax forms.
should give name, Friday, February 6
COSTELLO POINTED out number, and Mainside-Man of the West

easiest and most accurate way address. (color drama), starring Gary

to prepare Forms 1040 and Cooper, Julie London.NATTCenter .
1040A, plus other forms used less Tokyo After
can deduct interest on
frequently by the average person. sonal note to a bank Dark (drama), Richard Long
Michi Kaki.
According to Costello, in most dividual, mortgage Badman's /
Hospital Country
cases it is advantageous for a home, a life, insurance
(western drama), George Mont-,
couple to file jointly rather than you pay the interest in

separate returns. In only a few interest on delinquent mo __ 0 mnnonm o__ _'_'_'. ,. gomery.
Saturday, February 7
instances is it beneficial for a What be ADD THIS AND SUBTRACT THAT" David Cos-
can Mainside-In Love and War-
couple to file separately. To be (right), Internal Revenue Agent, explains to Gerald
contributions: yqu have YNC of Fleet Air Wing Eleven, all about deductions .1900 (color drama-comedy), Bob.
sure, it is suggested that before outfits such as S special lecture on income tax filing. Present at the lec- Wagner, Dana Wynter, Hope
filing, figure the tax both ways. Red Cross, last Wednesday were representatives from every com Lange, Jeffery Hunter.

WHEN FILING FORM 1040, nonprofit schools and unit in this area. NATTCenter-Man of the West

you have the choice of using veterans' (color drama), Gary Cooper.

either the long or short form Scouts, Girl Scouts Trains ,Crews Hospital Tokyo After Dark

((1040A). This, of course, de- similar organizations Richard Long and Michi Kaki.

pends on gross Income and num- profit organizations Sunday..February '
ber of deductions, whether or gaged in research, or To F8U Units Mainside-Sheriff of FracturedJaw

not they are itemized. for the alleviation and (colorWestern spoof), Jayne
expected'soon to, graduate its 50th sutdent in F8U
diseases.A is
Mansfield, Kenneth Moore, Bruce
training, announced Billy Phillips, ,Enlisted Training Of- Cabot.
few taxes can be '
-& Departs such as tax on personal NATTCenter In Love and

real estate, state income which has been train- his rate for F8U maintenance. War 1900 (color dramacomedy -

For Action In'Springboard' State or local retail men as well as pi- Under BuPers orders any man, ).

One can also make i familiarization second class or higher, coming to Hospital Man bf the West

on auto license fees last summer, has com- an F8U squadron would come, to (color drama), Gary Cooper,
of its mainten-
VF-174 TAD for up to 40 days Julie London.
and state gasoline with NAMTD

Patrol Squadron Five will depart wise to note here that up 'A system where-by training. .Mainside-City Monday February of Fear 9 (sus-

Saturday morning for AFTER REPORTING aboard,
nucleus of F8U ex-
eral excise taxes on pense melodrama), Vince Ed-
Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico, men can be trained 'the trainee, depending on his wards.
where it will participate for two penditures, such as I rate, can expect three weeks of

weeks in ,the annual "Operation missions, furs, 'jewelry, NOW, VF-174 has'indoctrination at, NAMTD, with: NATTCenter-Sheriff of Frac-
tured Jaw (color.western spoof). :
Springboard". transportation and I| one week spent in familiarizationand
for VF-32, VF-43, Hospital-In Love and:'War < ,
"Springboard", is a coordinated be deducted. VF-61 and VF-84. It I two weeks of specializationin 1900 (color drama and comedy).

training exercise for Atlantic air, For more; information fruitfuL"i training several men his rate. Third receive class familiarization or non- I Tuesday February 10
rated'personnel -
surface and submarine units. Mainside Guns, Girls and
lems regarding and line maintenance
your are basically quali
crime drama Mamie
Gangsters ( ),
This for the first time
year the where and when to to their various courses of one week duration. Van Doren.
squadron will deploy and
: ate under conditions that oper-will the local office of the to train other men in Then the men spend two weeksof NATTCenter City of Fear

closely simulate those that could Revenue Service. April on-the-job training at VF-174, (suspense melodrama), Vince

be expected in wartime. Nor- deadline for filing Liberal where theyreceive not only spe- Edwards.
cialized training but general Hospital-Sheriff of Fractured
mally, cargo-type aircraft are The local office is
provided to carry maintenanceand briefings on fighter squadron or- Jaw, Jay n e Mansfield, Bruce
administrative personnel, the new 400 Building ganizationand new BuAer Maintenance 'Cabot. \

and spare aircraft! parts. Because Ashley. Organization.As Wednesday. February 11

these planes are not available, the Crusader becomes more Mainside-Tom Thumb (color

the squadron will have to utilize Departed V employee groups. familiar to him, the student Fairy tale), Russ Tamblyn, Allen

limited space in its own aircraftto hard for legislation in gradually is allowed to do his Young.

accomplish the job. Thanks Congress to liberalize own work with VF-174 shop NATTCenter-Guns, Girls and

The primary objective of ,VP5in pay raises, the Federal personnel supervising. Third classor Gangsters (crime dramaMamieVan

the operation will be to stress For News Digest has re- below must pass the plane Doren.

individual and crew training in Heavy Attack captain qualification test before Hospital-: City of Fear-Vince

order to advance the state of I transferred ,to NAS Lesinski, Dem- graduating. Edwards, Patricia Blair.

Anti-Su mafine-Warfare readi- said goodbye to NAS one of the top
ness. a letter of of the House Post
Civil Service Com-
The "Mad Foxes" fly the P2V Station.commanding officer sponsored such bills

"Neptune", a long-range, twin and postal workers.
The letter from
engine, patrol bomber."Springboard" the bill for Classified
skipper Comdr. S. N. '
began in early reads:, "For the past these employees would .
January and will last through months Heavy Attack step increase equal 'r !
March. within-step sal-
ron One has had the
of being based on the completion of
Station' 16 years of Govern-
Bachelor Life Seems Naval Air .
cooperative spirit,
Okay In Poland, Too! facilities, and longevity boosts would
these intervals, regard
pitality in addition
The Polish Air Force is
time an employee
an operating base
grounding pilots who are not
in his present grade.
of the
married. The Communists fear sense word. '
current law, an em-
that unmarried pilots will escapeto "Although looking
have spent at least
the West. to going 'home' to
Air Station at in his present 'ferade, a
The Communists, doing every- with a feeling of these years in the top < -'

thing they can to encourage romances VAH-1 departed a before he can re-
between bachelor pilots which facilitated first longevity pay in- ;,
and local maidens '
even permit ment of a large

single pilots to use official cars tasks and objectives bill wouldabolish, :.. ;
to keep their dates, according to for, our squadron. N
a recent release prepared by the measure for .pos _
Please extend my '"'''''-- ;! .of ,. v \ ,, n.jVO( < '''''f' > "
Federal Service Joint Crusade. would give them OUTSTANDNG
appreciation to the T/Sgt. Charles W. Nieman receives personal -
menof pay raises after 10, 14, congratulations from Li. Col. William Mitchell, commanding -
i Bill: "1 passed your house yes- their ,efforts your Jn : I I years of service. At officer of Marine Aviation Detachment at meritorious mast
reecive held last week. Nieman an instructor at Aviation Ordnance
: terday. Jacksonville tour of they longevity School, graduated honorman from Instructor Training School.
Joe: "Thanks, we appreciate both enjoyable and after 13, 18 and His score of 93 on the final test was the second highest ever
it." 25 years of service. achieved at the rigorous school. '



5 February 1959 JAX Am NEWS Page 5


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\ 4 1 I Scouting I

Fasron Six

A "no-host" party was held

January 23 at the home of

Comdr. and Mrs. William B.

Hosey.[ All officers and wives of

Fasron Six were invited

Saying goodbyes are Ltg} )

Edgar Devries, who heads for
Post-Graduate School in Monte-

rey, Calif.; Ltjg( ) John Glan-

ville, who goes to Training Command -
at Pensacola, and Lt(jg)

: Wendell Littrell, transferring to

Fasron 109.Meanwhile.

Ltjg) Mitchell
Burchfield has checked into the

squadron from Service Schools

?AL, Command at Great Lakes.

Also checking in were: Jay

Clothing Style First Nuclear Tice, SN; Charles Pierce, SA;

David White, SA; Walter Carney,
For Atom WarIs SA; Kerman Hammond, SA;
Training Class Joseph Fiori, SA; Charles Hum-

PreviewedA .,:c it phrey, ADI; Charles Nicholson,
F' ? Finishes WorkA ADC, and Joe Grubich.
.:S; i'.;K,tch,: ?
Navy "fashion" show was {# ?:} Being transferred or dischargedare
held in New York recently dis- group of Navy-trained "nu :' Terrill Scoggins, AK3; Mel-
clear nurses" graduated recently
playing what a well-dressed vin Harrison, AN; William
from the first extensive course
Navyman would wear in an Hedges, SN; Raymond Cox,
In nuclear nursing offered in this
war. ABU3; Thomas Humphress, PH2;

Items modeled included 'decontamination :- country.Twelve Navy and two \Air Eugene Kirkland, AKAN; David

suits intended to aca': Force Nurse Corps officers have Webb, MN2, and James Powers,

protect fighting men from radia- ;' completed a course at the De- MNCjy
tion fall-out, poison gas and s '?} ;? partment of ,Nuclear Medicine, Shipping over recently wasJ.
in biological warfare v vYit T. Tuck, SN.
germs gas ; Naval Medical School, National .
masks for a face piece ventilatedby Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, t
a tiny mercury celled power Md. VW-4
fan, plastic helmets for use Graduating Navy nurses will A long overdue ""wetting
where fresh air supply I down" party was held February
was be assigned to Naval hospitals in
5 at the NAS Jax "O" Club.
available and which supplied
are clinical radioisotope laboratories,
with air through a hose and metabolic research units, and Over two hundred officers, wives

complete coveralls of butyl, a other allied areas. Air Force offi- and guests attended the affair.

rubber-like synthetic, resembling t. cers will be assigned by respec- The party was held for the, 26

J a diver's ,suit. 1. At tive commands. officers who received promotionsin
The Navy also displayed APPRENTICE GRADUATES Thiriy.fhr ObR and Pub Medical and fleet needs for the past few months. Lcdr.:
temperature-controlled: air insu-a lie Works emploree at the Station were presented with certificates nurses' in the nuclear field led George Swint will now wear
'I lad Thursday after completing four years of training at
lated neoprene suit to protect NAS. In photo at top.left Capt. Thomas B. Haley O&R Officer to establishment of the course, Commander boards; Lts. Walt
sailors who have to work in presents certificates to (left to right) Samuel Bundrick, Robert which convened September 2. Wright, David Hurt and Ed
"buttoned up" boiler rooms whena Bernhard, William Demartiner and Thomas Hightower. Capt. Curriculum included instruc- Stacy were advanced to Lcdrs.;
is Etter Public Works Officer, presents certificates to (left to right) Ltgss Ernest Miranne, Bill
ship under, atomic attack. Charles Weatherbee, John Cassidy, Neal Hawkinson, Estill tion in" the principles of radioiso-
Also, lightweight coveralls of Sandage, and Charlie Burke. In photo below George Arnold, tope therapy and care of mass Price, Mike Grady, Bob Pearl,
president of the Masters and Foreman Association presents to radiation casualties.The Gene Guazzo, Dick Geer, Edward
Fiberglas were exhibited to sup- William Hicks Jr.. outstanding apprentice graduate a self-wind- Wilkinson, Cliff Lowery and Bob
plement regulation Arctic pad- ing 25-jewel) wrist ,watch.Recreation. course was under direction Hampton will now don Lt. ,bars;
ded suits used by researcherswho of Capt. E. _Richard King,
Ensigns Drew Ragan Jim Gray
must endure temperatures Director of the Medical School's
Kerry Coe, Tom Grimes, Ron
Department of Nuclear Medicine.He .
of 50 degrees below zero in
\ open Calendar
Anderson Dave Harlin
gondolas of balloons at 40,000 was assisted by two Navy
Goslin Al John Hark-
feet above sea level. .. ...,. Nurse Corps officers, Lcdr. Len-
Recreation facilities availableaboard ore, Simon, Head of the Division reader, Bill Kivelle, Ray Steven-
the Station for the coming Sunday; Hugh Corley, Saturdayand of Nuclear Nursing and her assistant ton, Arnold Wilkerson and Gene
Marine Recruits Due week are: Sunday. Patio Bar, Closed. Lt. Sarah McGinniss. Przekurat were advanced to


Four-Year HitchesThe Mans'de Lounge, Building 955, Mainside Gym UOO-2100 Mon- Jinx New EM aboard are: T. J.
Gives Way To Hearts
Marine Corps is now ac- operating 1000 to 2100, NATTCen- day thru Friday, 1300-2100 Satur- Clayton, AT3; W. A. Allen, AT3;

cepting only four-year hitches ter Lounge. Building 593, hoursof day and Sunday; NATTCenler For Valentine DanceIt J. D. Armstrong, ACT3; J D.

from new recruits. operation, 1600-2200 Mondaythru Gym. 1030-2100 Sundays; Main. was a toss-up between a Harris, AT2; F. D. Lowe, ADI;
Friday and 1300-2300 Satur- hearts theme or black cats and K. R. Admave, AN.
The new plan has eliminatedthe side Bowling Alleys. Closed for
three-year first enlistment day and' Sunday. and ladders, but the jinxes Enlisted members leaving the
LIBRARIES remodeling; NATTCenter Bowl. lost to the St. Valentine's
formerly used'by the Corps. squadron are: T. L. Moore, AM3;
ing Alleys, 1130-2200
Mainside Library, Building 3, Sunday. Dance February Birthday
J. Neglia AO1 A. Vicari ADl
Reenlistees ,
however, will still ; ;
Golf Course 0830 'til dark
0815-2100 Monday thru Friday, Party to be held Friday the
be able G/Markoja, AN W. H. McVey
to sign up for two-, ; ,
days Saturday 0730 'til dark
1300-2100 Saturday, Sunday and ; and 13th at 1930.
threefour- or six-year tours. A01; P. Guzman;AD1, and E. D.
Sunday 0800-1800. After the cake is there
Holidays; NATTCenler Library. cut, Chester, ADC.
Building 563, 0930-2100 Monday Station Fish Camp, open 0800 will be dancing, with Jacksonville ,
HonorMedal Given thru Friday; Saturday, Sundayand until half hour before sundown, girls hostessing in the VA-44
closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays. of the EM Club in
Holidays, 1300-2100; Hospital Lounge Attack Squadron 44 extends
Jacksonville ScoutCapt. Hobby Shop Annex. Building 563. All hands
Library, 0800.1600 Monday thru Building are congratulations to the aviators
Elliott W. Parish Jr., Friday; 1300-1700 Sunday, no Sat- 896, '1400-2100 Saturday and 1300- invited. Anyone born in the who were graduated since our

NAS Jax commanding 'officer, urday hours. 2100 Sunday. Closed Monday and short month should register last "program report".
presented the Honor Medal to a CLUBS Tuesday. with Mrs. McHugh now.
Among them are: Comdr John
Jacksonville Boy Scout, Binion! Blue Jackets Inn, 1630-2330 J
Beling, Lcdr. William Barrow
Williams Jr.,'at the annual ban- Monday thru Thursday;. 1630-2330 i Reserve IDs L4dry Jim Forgy, Lts. John Mid-
quet of the North Florida Coun- Sunday; EM Club, NATTCenter II Stay SameHold II dleton and Thomas Woodcock,
cil, Boy Scouts of America last 1630-2300 Monday thru Thursday; ,
your horses mates on left. They had been destroyedto and Lt()jg)s David Nicholas, Ed-
week. 1400-2330 Friday and Saturday
the red-to-buff switch in Inactive replace the buff-type cards. ward Duben and Robert Wei-
Capt. Parish was chosen to 14:0 thru 2300 Sunday; EM Club Reserve identificationcards. However, until a solution is morts.

present the medal to Williams by I NARTU. Wednesday thru Sun- found, both types of cards will We wish them the best of luckin

the local Boy. Scout office.It day, 1100-1300 and 1630-2300; Defense's 18 month old pro- be acceptd as valid identification. their "midget bomber" squad-

was given the Scout for CPO Club Dining Room. 1100-1300 gram to change the red inac- New recruits joining the rons.

saving the lives of two Marines Monday thru Friday; Harris tive duty cards to the buff reserve will be issued the buff .
"dependent type" cards, was cards. All CommissariesSeen
who had attempted to swim Room. 1530-2400 Monday thru Navy
cancelled three days before Navy spokesmen fear the
ashore from their disabled boaton Thursday, Friday 1530-0100; Sun- the Navy was to complete the solution will take some time Being ContinuedThe

the St. Johns River. day; 0900-0100; Saturday 09-pO- change-over program. because the red cards may Navy plans, with'Defense

Williams is a member of Troop 2400. Saturday and Sunday din 'Hence the Navy was caughtin have to be redesigned to include approval expected soon, to con-,
the lurch when it discov- information tinue operation of its 47 commis-
15, the hours 1200-2100 Dick now on
sponsored by Ortega ing room ;
ered it had no more red cards buff cards. saries, 39 Navy and eight Marine
Methodist Church. McMeekin, Tuesday, Friday and stores, during 1959.


r NEWS' "

Page 6 JAX AIR 5 February 1959

Marines Allowed

Hornets Of VA44 Inaugurate Foul

Early Outs For

Weather Launching Program HereDue

Attending College'For
January ninth was a big day
those Marines expecting to to the preponderanceof sen, the commanding officer, bf water pouring into the open at the Naval Hospital with Lori
rain, drizzle, fog, low ceilings Comdr. C. A. McDougal and cockpits and soaking the Gail twin
and Robin ,
attend college when they get out Denise
and generally poor Lcdr. Dave Robinson launchedoff aforementioned, as well as the Troxler
of the service, here is some good girls born to Marvin ,
launching conditions at this 44's first "from the Hang- highly complex electrical sys-
news. ADI, and Mrs. Troxler.
time of year, The Hornets of ar" :foul weather hop. tems.
The barriers Marine I Also, Girl, Donna Kathleen, to
on early Attack Squadron 44 have
i. By towing the Cougars into The new system will now AA and Mrs.
Walter ,
outs for have been
Corps college found it to initiatea
the Hangar and them allow the\all-weather\ pilots ofC6mCvg4's
manning \ to
Vance Girl, Bernice ,
lifted from the previous require- new system to- "make the
therein, the "Hornets" are "Savvy Tigers" to
ment that a Leatherneck serve schedule." Johnson O'Neal, SD1, and Mrs.
now able to keep pilots, plane fly instructional Instrument Robert Du-
33 consecutive months of active Shortly after the first three O'Neal, and Boy, ,
service before he can be dis- F9F-8T Cougars were flownin captains, chutes and cockpits flights under the actual instrument wayne, to Robert Lesesne, AM3,

missed 90 days early. by, Lts. Bob Brown, Dick dry on foul weather days. conditions for which and Mrs. Lesesne.

Now, college-bound Marinescan Bordone and Ltjg( ). Carl Jen- This eliminates, the possibility the program is designed. Also, Baby Girl, to Sgt. and
Mrs. Walter Bell; Girl, Sarah
be discharged three months
Louise to Ensign and Mrs.
earlier than their separation dateif
First A4D Night Watran Clark, and Girl, Tina
they are serving on a three-
Marie, to. Romulo Cucjen, MM3,
or longer enlistment or tour
and Mrs. Cucjen, born January
of extended duty.A Fighter Due Fleet : 11.

one-month early out is :
Welcome aboard to Karen
authorized for Marines servingon Delivery In 1959The Elizabeth, born to Ensign and
a two-year enlistment or tour _ \ 4U"WHICH Mrs. Kimball Kahn; 'Girl, Aline
first all-weather
of active extended duty. night 'Ella, to Harry Schwaeble, AO2,
fighter version of the A4D Sky-
Requests for an early out must hawk is expected to be deliveredto and Mrs. Schweable; Girl, Mari-
i Diane to Paul Smith, SFB2,
be accompanied by a statement the Fleet this year) the Navy lyn ,
from an appropriate college offi- announced last week. and Mrs. Smith; Girl, Teresa
cial verifying the fact the appli- Darlene, to William Allen, AT3,
cant has been accepted for admission The A4D-2N, third version of and' Mrs. AJlen, and Boy, Leon
to the school and that the series, also has advance fea- Alvin to Larry Stoke, AE3, and
his transcripts of records from tures over the two earlier mod-, Mrs. Stoke, born January 13.

other schools meet the standards. els by incorporating improved Also Boy, Raymond Carl Jr.,

weather and navigation capabili- to .Raymond Reed, HM2, and _
ties'plus' and in-
pressure fueling. Mrs. Reed, born January 14.
Waves flight refueling. Boy, Thomas Orville, to Lt. and

Reunion Slated The new Skyhawk, built by Mrs. Tommy Wimberly; Boy,
Douglas Aircraft Company, is David Brian, to Robert Jeffcoat,
Here, July '24 powered by, a single Wright J-65 ADI, and Mrs. Jeffcoat, and Boy,

The annual Navy Waves na- Sapphire turbo-jet engine. It has Gregory, to Ernest Marek, MM3,
tional reunion will be held in, the same fuselage style as the and Mrs. Marek, born January

Jacksonville July 24-26, it was A4D-1 and A4D2.III U.j,1.jt.:::: ,( ; :,'it1oJl: :!: K :' :j'ql;: J. : :L{_ 15.
announced this week. A single-place, low-wing air- ONE SHALL IT BE?" That's the question pon- And Boy, William Carey, Jr.,
craft designed to operate from dered by Acey Henshaw, MN3, official driver for Rear Adm. to William Henness, AK2, and
Thousands of delegates from all sizes of carriers and from Wendell G. Switzer, Commander Fleet Air Jax. With such a fin Mrs. Henness; Girl, Ann Dever-
all 49 states and Hawaii are expected selection of Valentines at the Navy Exchange, Henshaw has
short fields the A4D-2N and Mrs.
landing trouble maklnc up his mind. The Exchange also has candy and eaux, to S/Sgt. Jerry
to attend. Convention is capable of carrying atomic gill*.for the special occasion. St. Valentine's Day_.. is Feb. 14.' Bertrand; and Boy, Gregory
\ headquarters will be in the new -- ---- --------
weapons, rockets, guided missiles Keith, to Gilbert McGauley,
1 Robert Meyer: HoteL machine guns and other Food Best Vitamin Pill AQ1 and Mrs. McGauley, born
First organizational meeting, weapons. It can fly coast-to- January 15.
will be held in the Roosevelt t; coast non-stop without refueling.Both Also, Boy, Kenneth Richard, to

Hotel at 1400 on Feb. 1. Those Navy and Marine Corps For Healthy Daily DietMuch Norman Blake, EM2, and Mrs.

I interested may make reservationsfor I aviation units will use the new Blake, January 16; Girl, Deborah
I a luncheon' at the RooseveltI : aircraft. is seen in magazines these days about vitamin needs Susan, to Thomas McMahon,
at 1230 prior to the meeting, by and "food supplements." I MM2, and Mrs. McMahon, and

phoning EV89070. Reservations: I I A well-known nostrum has been peddled from house to Girl, Linda Dianne, to Corpl. and
I are necessary for the organiza- Seven Lan fFleet/ house by canvassers. MUCH I Mrs. Rodell Dixon, born January
tional meeting. "mumbo-jumbo" is passed to low good food habits.IN 17.

Ships Assigned the prospective client about the I THE case of infants and Greetings to Jayson Scott, bornto

Magicians Gene & Jo NAAS virtues of alfalfa, watercress and' children, it's the accepted prac- Joyce Ellis, YN1, and Mrs.
MayportSeven sundry other items when com- tice to have the pediatrician pre- Ellis; Baby Girl, to Theron Pate,
At King Hall TonightSad of 15 East Coast ships bined in a capsule under a magic scribe the type and dosage of MM1, and Mrs. Pate, and Girl,
? Slow? ''Lost your illu- under the Atlantic Fleet dis- name. vitamins.The Kathy Ann, to Bobbie McBroom

sions? Gene and Jo, Magicians, persal plan, will move their Navy Exchange carries a PR2, and Mrs. McBroom, Janu-
a\ will appear at King Hall, home port of Newport to May-* THE MEDICAL profession reliable brand of multiple vita- ary 18.Also.
: Building 563, tonight at 2000, port by July 1, it has been realizes the need of vitamins in min made by a reputable man- Boy, Michael John to John

bringing ,laughs, patter, and announced.The the following conditions: infants ufacturer at very nominal cost. Schwalbenberg, GFC, and Mrs.
enough magic to mystify even seven ships, all under and small children, the debili- In certain instances, some debilitating Schwalbenberg, and Boy, John ,
the most blase spectator. Destroyer Squadron 14, are tated group who may not prop- (weakening) diseases : Francis, to William Schnippert,
Novelty is added by a groupof the Jonas Ingram, William C. erly assimilate vitamins from the interfere with the normal assim- : EM2, and Mrs. Schnippert Jan-
performing Mexican Chi- Lawe, Tower, Kenneth D. food they eat ,and those individ- ilation of vitamins from the diet, uary 19.

huahuas. Bailey, Goodrich, Turner and uals who, after prolonged dietary causing .certain ailments due_ to And, Boy, Michael Eric to
Everyone is invited, free of Newman K. Perry. deficiencies, develop vitamin de- lack of vitamins. James Smyth, PHG3, and Mrs.
j. charge, to see the duo. They Eight other ships under De- ficiencies.A VITAMIN deficiency diseases Smyth; Girl, Patricia Anita, to

!. have been entertaining the stroyer Squadron 4, moving recent article published by may occur in persons who 'are Henry Miller, ATC, and Mrs.
:! Armed Forces in this country their home port at the same the American Medical Associa- malnourished because of improper Miller, and Girl Mary Lou, to
iI 4 and abroad for the past 15 time, from Norfolk to Charleston tion states that supplementary diet resulting, from lack of George McAuliffe, AE2, and Mrs.
r years. ace the Manley, Gearing, vitamin preparations may be : foods. McAuliffe, January 20.

t; NATTCenter Movie will be Everglades, Gyatt, Eugene A. beneficial for: a pregnant womanor Typical example of this was Welcome to Boy, Gary Henry,
r.t shown at 1800 tonight to make Greene, Dyess, Bordelon and one who is breast feeding, if seen during the depression when born to James Murley, AN, and

t way for the dazzling Gene Furse. any doubt exists about her ,diet; food was limited to cornbreadand Mrs. Murley; Boy, Mark Steven,
f and Jo.Then infants if diet does not provide fat meat. Many of this group to James Cooper CS2, and Mrs.
Cannibal No. 1: "Am I late JOT 30 mg. of Vitamin C and 400 developed pellagra due to lack Cooper, January 21; Girl, Vanessa
t there was the cannibal's chow?" USP units of Vitamin D, and of vitamins of the "B" complex.It's Evelyn, to Joseph Smith, AN,
daughter who liked the boys best Cannibal No.2: "Yes, every-. persons with emotional illness.. to be remembered that if and Mrs. Smith, and Baby Boy,
\ when they were stewed. one's eaten." which results in inability to folCOMMISSIONED a person follows a fairly well- to Robert Pedro, SKI, and Mrs.
; ..
balanced diet, he will obtain essential Pedro, born January 22.

l U. S. NUCLEAR SUBMARINE FLEET nutriments from it.

I LAUNCHED' UNDER 'AUTHORIZED IT'S ONLY when a deficiency Navy's Population
in one or more of the vitaminsor
; -
!' .w e- ----n-. minerals exists that it's neces- Showing DeclineThe
NAlITI/"u5 Ttl/TON 5-1 EQUIPPED, OG 0e
+oii.t -"- --"- 1 WITH.. OIDSPOfQUIPPCO OC 0"75AArE sary to take supplementary vita- total strength of the Navy
K/PJAC.J ----n-. ,mins and mineral preparations.To went down 1850 during the
,t 0-rL7 C--n- determine whether such
I 1 --- --- WITH BAU.re a month of November although the
6EAWOt.F 6EAtJ1lA5ON, ::::!:!:: M\6.'I.IS\ -n- deficiency exists usually requires month's procurement figures
:r 1 :!: .; Jl1ATTAClCl thorQugh examination by a com- showed 4394' new recruits, 2322

t :, 5 %tptRp SN o oe- "- 't TV" r 0 _O petent physician. reenlistments and 1479 reserves
1 1 Healthy people do not need coming on active duty.
t ....: "
--- GAflGO AFPS-Wld World dietary supplements and vita- The Navy's total strength is

mins. 638,443.r .

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[obruary 1959 SAX AIR NEWS Page 7


[ Jax Favored For
a Navy
TheWATER !P'c g t:

l LINE a,.. Golden Gloves Crown

Representatives of the three Jax Navy simon.pures were wearing the favorite's cloak

local yacht and sailing clubs met heading into the final night of fisticuffs at the 16th annual

) Friday night to establish rules Golden Gloves Championships at the Main St. Arena last

and plans for the winterspringseries night .
tight of a total of 11 Blue
) r. of the Greater Jackson i drawing an opening round bye,
and Gold mittmen that entered
ville Sailing Championship, to be won their Tuesday bouts, 'although -
known Series ___ the three-night tourney wonberths
as 59-A. Howard's regular
into the.final evening. oppo-
, This series will open Feb. 8 at nent .failed to show.

the Navy Jacksonville Club witha JAX NAVY boxers were split THE THREE-rounder between

1 1400 regatta staged from Mulberry evenly, four in Open warfare Martin and Johnny Coker* of

Cove. This series will con and four in the Novice compe- Lake Park, Ga., seemed to cap

1. tinue until May 31. tition. No results of last night's tivate fans and, officials.

' The schedule of Regattas in action was available but all Open Although appearing terrifically

1 this series is: Fab. 8-Navy division winners have been offered outclassed in pre-fight dope, the

" Jacksonville Club; Feb. 15- a trip to New York Cityto Georgia slugger made Martin

r Rudder Club; Feb. 22-Florida appear in the Eastern Na work hard, decking the Gadsden,

Yacht Club; Mar 8-NJSC; Mar. tionals. Ala., sailor in the, first canto.

1 1 22-Rudder Club; Mar. 28-FYC; :n'W' ;lHlifj. BtAlvrl: ,: "."J Heading the list of final night Martin, however, regained his

Apr. 12, NJSC; Apr. 26RudderClub JUST BEFORE THE BATTLE Lawrence Howard. All- boxers were Jax Navy's crafty senses quickly and chilled his foe
t c
, ; May 3-FYC; May 17- Navy middleweight champ and All-Service runner-up, steps on ring pair of 147-pound Billy at the 1:10: mark of the second'
" NJSC; May 24-Rudder Club the scales prior to the opening of the Golden Gloves in Jax Martin and 160-pound Lawrence round. ,

, May 31-FYC. ; Monday. Howard along with another All.Navy miilman. Billy Howard, both All-Navy cham Earl Batie of the Beaufort,
" Martin led an 11 man Jax Navy squad Into the GG wars, the
a Highlights of the rules govern- finals of which were held last night. At left is Jay Saucer, pions. i, S. C. Marines stepped in when
I, ing this competition are that official weigher, and center is Jax Navy mentor Chuck Phillips. Martin and Howard, both Lou Mims of Wilder A. C. failedto

skippers (boats in the case of show for a tiff' with Howard.

t1d Navy Jax participants) partici- AvFd Ringmen : k*i Batie performed well in the exhibition ,-

pating in 50% of the scheduledraces k N:' f : although Howard gainedthe

will be eligible, and the tR: ', nod. '
SmokerAction '
., two worst races Of an individualor Stage T' s'aw IN OTHER activity! Tuesday,

t d boat in the series may be was fast and furious Jerry Roscoe of Jax Navy de-
cisioned Lauren Cum-
for purposes of point last Wednesday night when stu- I .;, '
d '
mings of the Jax Beach Athletic
calculation. One .
dents of the Aviation Funda- {
,, for .r Club in the 135-pound Open
beginning a race, one mentals School traded leather in
t, point for finishing and one each their bi-monthly boxing smoker. class.
T, for the number of boats a con FLIERS HOST 6ND Also, Jax Navy's C. B. Johnson
3, Under the auspices of the decisioned Matthew Gren of '
testant leads in his
Y race. class in each MAD Boxing Association, W. P. Wilder A. C. in the 147-pound

Mitchell, president, a card of six MEET NEXT WEEKJax Novice event, while Darrell

Those who have bouts'was held, plus exhibi- Fliers fora I Cook, rugged Jax Navy puncher,
observed working
a Navy's ,
Cove tions given by the Kaia Judo when the Flying Hawks, a city kayoed teammate Ken Kitchensin
activities at 1600 better average, posted two
'. Club during intermission.IT .
league team, had their wings Tuesday's 160-pound Novice
daily the past week have noticedthe basketball wins last week as they
y WAS A GREAT night for clipped, 81-50 after a 22 point bout which opened the card.
long trim hull Cove 69-55
of a shell downed Green Navy, ,
y plying the C. K., (The Arm) Pitts and his effort by \Charley Samataro of Ray Wilson of Jax Navy lost
water with much and then dumped City League
'I, crew from company 50, taking Jax Navy. Dick Savage chimedIn a nod to Frank Brewer "Union
grace for all it lacks in speed. team Flying Hawks, 81-50.,
n "But four of the six wins, with the with 15, while, Warren Rouse Bag Co., Savannah, Ga., in Mon
says Lt.speed Col. Mitchell will, come later", four victors from his squad having The Fliers, sporting/ a 14-8 hit for 13 markers, Chuck Felton, day's only Open bout. This was
o officer of the Marine Aviation the same last name, Davis. ref ord, are priming for the 6ND hit from the outside for 11.VP16 in the 135-pound class.
William Davis got the nod over Tourney to be held here at IN MONDAY'S Novice com-
s.h Detachment under
George Lorner, Jessie Davis over Mainside Gym Feb. 12-16. petition, Kitchens decisioned
expert guidance this
t1, Marine crew is training. James Krol, and Marvin Davis Bob Jester lead the Fliers in VW-4 A Wilder A.C.'s Earl James in the
id over Earl King.C. 160-pound clasl. In the same
Green Cove
scoring against as
Idy had Any Navy personnel who have F. JAMES AND his men the big gun from Cecil Field Sport Unmarred weight bracket, Cook gained the

experience as either crew his men from company 01 won nailed 17 markers. Jack Dorman nod over Robert Bogart, Beau

member and or coxswain of a shell the first bout after the intermis- and Chuck Felton pumped in 13 Basketball.Slates fort Marine, while Jerry Mar-

'n are interested in furnishing sion with James McKenna takingthe apiece. Warren Rouse contributed shall of Jax Navy TKOd Sumter

'5. competition for the Marines, call measure of Larry Hardy. 11'' points, and Avery Womack' National League leader VP-16 Mitchell of Charlotte, N. C. in

e, extension 593 and put your nameon However, another Davis in the drove for 10. added another victory to its slateas the same weight, class. <

.1, the list.Golf. form of Clare from company 50 the Patrollers edged VA-176, Jax Navy boxers were scheduled bouts In
the final night :
n, won his bout from Robert I I The next Flier triumph came 55-50, in Mainside intramural 133-pound Novice, Jesse Davis vs.
Richard Wilder A.G. 147-
lin- Smoker Grubbs, with Willie Dodson of Willie Ellis recent additionto hardwood action last week. pound Novice Mosely, Johnson vs.: Robert;
Gaffnev, Wilder A. C.; 160-pound Novice *
01 taking the finale from Fred Eglin AFB, Fla., stable, was VP-16 thus maintains an up- Cook vs. William Morgan Lackawanna -
Adams to round out the nights AF middleweight champion in blemished record and seems on its A.C.. and Heavyweight Novice
Set Jack Dorman vs. Talmadge Lee,
.5. MondayMovies bouts. 1955and has won 96 of 100 fights way to the National flag. VW-4 Lackawanna AIC.
u1rt The next smoker is on tap for has cinchedthe In Open competition. 118-pounds
without knocked out. "A" squad already
being Tom McTlgue I vs. William Cook, Beaufort
on golf fundamentalsand next Wednesday night, with action American title. S.C. Marines; 135-pounds, Roscoe
golf etiquette will be one of w Brewer. 147-pounds, Martin vs Ed
1- the beginning after the movieat Daffynishuns: Tainted money VW-4 Bees, long counted out, Zrenke, Beaufort S.C. Marines, and
highlight of a special Smokerat King Hall.jp. -taint yours and 'taint mine. 160-pounds, Howard vs. Jimmy Powell,
Mainside Theater Monday at came alive last week to add two Ft. Bragg N.C.AvFund.

to 2000. wins, beating VF-173, 45-28, and

rs. One of the highlights will be winning from VA-176 by forfeit, Paces
trick shots and demonstrationsby in make-up frays.Crack'iax .

1"5.to Tony Longo. I. ); Center CagersWith

rs. The Smoker will kick off a ReboundTo

two week campaign to generate : : 1 one night of action remaining -
interest among non-golfers, and ; Trim LeJeuneJax in the first half in the

-y rid, rekindle the interest of ex- />,.)."'>;';"<::;:/' "" ; Navy Crackerjax, faring NATTCenter intramural basketball -

: golfers. Free group lessons will F' '::."'" ',,'. ';, poorly against City League com- league, the students of the
n f
be available to military person- (. petition, seem to hold their own Aviation Fundamentals School

;rs.saN nel and their dependents for two ic; ) .. ; in interservice play. have taken over first place witha

|weeks. Last week the Crackerjax tookon 6-1 mark.

>1, "Most people have the idea City League's Gator Girls, Last week's games found the

rs. that golf is a game that only i: with the Waves coming out on league leaders copping a braceof

I the wealthy can afford. The idea the short end, 36-33. Jo Colvinwas games at the expense of the

I stems from the high membershipcosts the lone Wave to hit double Ordnancemen, 60-29, and the

charged by most country ', figures as she tallied 14 markers. winless Missilemen of NAWS,

[clubs, but here we have a real 45- 68-19. However, the fighting
The Crackerjax dropped a
hampionship course where the ::; Marines of MAD put on a fine
42 verdict to the Charleston
rice of play is about 5% of that : in show as they won a trio of con
$ Waves five. Jo Colvin pumped
vy harged the country club set," ; test, downing NAWS, 74-27,
he golf committee spokesman de- ; : 20 markers for Jax, while Car- Support Splinters, 56-32, and the

he lared. Few military installations ? lyn Johnson hit for 12, and Toby Storekeepers of AK, 51-34.

res have a course that can :.r _Blair accounted for 10. The Sparkles of AE, after a

122 atch the one at NAS. :,., >u:4' ? The Crackerjax rebounded to slow start, .also won two gamesto

yes Thus local < bring their season's mark to
golfers are given tromp Camp Lejuene Women
real opportunity to learn more EYE 6ND TOURNEY Sharpening their accuracy are Jack 4-2. Their wins were over the
is bout the learn how inexpensive Donnan (left) and Charley Samataro of the Jax Nary Fliers who Marines, 43-23. Jo Colvin again Support Splinters, 81-55, and a
| game,
this week prepping for the upcoming Sixth Naval District
are paced the locals with 19 markers, close one over the Storekeepers
it can be, and see one of Basketball Tournament. The 6th ND meet is slated Feb. 12-16. at
e experts ill action. Mainsid Gym See Story above.i while Toby Blair pumped, 17. 46-44.



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Page 8 JAX AIR NEWS 5 February 1959

Career Wives Given DivineServices

'Pitch' By CounselorsBeing

the wife of a career serviceman is a career, too, it has i iI ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL

I been pointed out. As her husband advances and his responsibilities Sunday February 8

;! increase, the wife's status rises and her responsibilities must keep, 0930-Sunday School, three-

I pace. 'I; year olds through adults, Bldg. .
Because of a wife's dislike or Divine
to longs" from her first day aboard. 722. Service of Worship,
apathy a military career,
There is also Chaplain Beatty.
\ welcoming com-
many valuable men leave the
service. The Marine Aviation mittee to pay home calls to new 1100-Divine Worship, Chaplain

Detachment at NATTCenter arrivals. Prickett.

hopes to partly remedy this bya The third facet of Career 1830- Teen-age Fellowship,

newly organized group, the Wives is the Dependents' As- Small Chapel.

Career Wives Counseling Service sistance Committee, ever readyto 1830-Senior High Fellowship,

aid service families. Shoulda Bldg. 722.1930United.

IT HAS BEEN discovered thata home burn or a mother become FLYING FIRST This Bell XV-3 Converiiplane Is the Fellowship of
sick while her husband is out on first aircraft to take off vertically and then tilt its rotor shafts
woman who realizes the grow- the assistance forward to fly like a conventional plane. This photo was taken 'Protestants, Bldg. 722.
maneuvers, com-
ing benefits of a service career, over Ft. Worth. Texas, as the rotors neared full conversion angle ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL
who participates in base activi- mittee is an immediate source of with the craft flying at 4,000 feet and 115 knots Schedule of Masses

ties, and who has somewhere relief and reassurance. This '

turn for assistance and informa-to group may also locate babysitters Solon Sponors Bill To Let 0830-1000-Sunday Sunday February 8

tion will be more understanding. i find jobs, or organize

To this end, the group invites activities.ONE SUCH ACTIVITY is the Employees Add InsuranceAn 0630DailyST.. LUKE'S CHAPEL

speakers to its meetings to tell Naval Hospital
Driver Training Course which
that would
members of such mysteries as iportantblll while the Governmentpays 0630-Catholic Mass0930Protestant
began Feb. 3. This course fea- to surance,
allow Government employees
medical benefits, social security, tures skills not taught in regular purchase additional life insur- l2Vt cents. Under the Service of Divine -
and insurance, and to discuss Davis.
questions or problems.'MEMBERSHIP driving schools. Prepared by ance Under the Federal Em- Johnston bill, the employees Worship,
M.A.D. personnel, it includes *
ployee Life Insurance Act has would pay 37% cents per biweekly -
and service is driving under unfavorable con- been sponsored by Chairman Ash Wednesday, Feb. 11, is a

voluntary; all wives of enlisted ditions, such as ice, fog, and Johnston of the Senate Post pay period per $1,000.00 day of strict fast and abstinencefor

Marine personnel may belong. It smoke; rudiments of the ma- Office and Civil Service Com- worth of extra insurance.rw1.W Catholic Personnel. No meatis

is anticipated that Career Wives chinery; how to change a flat; mittee. ., allowed at any meal.
and the Navy Wives will have and much else beside the "aim- +4W M %

fruitful exchange of ideas. ing" and stopping of an auto. THE BILL WOULD permit em- f w k Masses at 0630 and 1645; Sta-
ployees to purchase additional tions of the Cross at 1900; Dis-

is Besides regular meeting there Many enlisted men resent the insurance equal to the amount of tribution of Ashes after the 0630

a Career Counseling Committee Counseling Service at first. For life insurance they now have Mass, 1145 to 1230; after 1645

tions, which schedules presenta- various reasons they don't want under the program. Or, in other Mass and after Stations of the
to explain promotional opportunities' their dependents "fussing" in Cross.
words, twice as as they
retirement, pay and station activities. This resistanceis
have now. Confessions before 0630 Mass,
educational advance- wprn down when Career Wives
ment, and other oft-overlooked services are recognized. It's a For example, an employee who during 1645 Mass and after Sta-
benefits. The I has life insurance policyof tions of.the Cross at 1900.
counseling committee comfort to a man to know his now a
is trained by re-enlist- family wouldn't be alone and $6,000.00 could purchase an

ment personnel. bewildered__..n______ _If_ anything might additional $6,000.00 worth of
HOLDING CAPABLE men is happen to him.wHx. insurance. The employee would Regulus II Is

not the only concern of Career have to pay the full premium

Wives. To ease the jolt of settling cost v of the additional insurance. Axed By NavyThe

in a new community, one MX? I The original amount of insurance For Sale

of the pains of service life, the Xvxn though my typxwritxr they now have would be paid 3-Bdrm., 2-bath home; 5222 Navy has announced ter-

Counseling Service has a recep- is an old modxl/.it works quitx for on the present basis-two- Quan Dr., EV 4-3461, after 7 p.m. mination of the Regulus II mis-
tion center for new personnel. sile Regulus II is a
For Rent
wxll xxcxp for onx of thx thirds of the premium would be
Here a woman becomes oriented 3-Bdrm. unfurn., Oak Hill; surface-to-surface, turbojetpowered -
kxys. Thxrx arx 41 kxys that
paid by the employee and one-
while her husband is checking function, but just onx kxy not 6325 Sauterne Drive. $100 SP- missile developed by
in. This third by the Government.' Aircraft Inc.
way, an uprooted wife working makxs thx diffxrxncx. 1-2289. Chance-Vought ,
can feel she has friends and "be- 1-Bdrm. furn./ apt. lights and Although it is considered by
Somxtimxs it sxxms to mx BUT, EVEN AT FULL cost \o /
water furn. $60. 2037 Herschel.EV the Navy to be one of the most
that our own organization is the employee for the extra insurance -
ThunderboltsContinued successful air-breathing missilesin
not unlikx typxwritxr. 7-3842-Caldwell.
it would be a great bargain :- the Armed Forces' arsenal, the
( from Page 1)) that not all of thx kxy pxoplxarx 2-Bdrm. furn. apt. Orange
for them, Senator John- is being axed to providethe
this loft bombing compex is the working propxrly.You Park. $65. CO 4-9264. program
first time AD ston declared. Employees now 3-Bdrm. kit. equip. $85. SP- best balance in overall Navy
an squadron has may say, "Wxll, 4 am
ever posted 100% "E's." only onx pxrson. I won't makxpr pay 25 cents per biweekly pay 1-0689. 6304 Commodore Dr. weapons systems.In .

THESE IMPRESSIVE figures brakx an organization.." period per $1,000.00 worth of in- 4-Rm. furn. apt. 1218 Challen the light of rapidly changing
missile field
technology in the ,
portray a team accomplishmentof But a succxssful organization, Ave. EV 9-0291. ... ___ ____... 1 i_
MiscellaneousWantedRide its apparent mat the ba list *;
which officers and men of VA- to bx xffxctivx, rxquirxs thx
missile has greater growth potential -
from 7900 blk.
176 activx of
are extremely proud. participation xvxry
raxmbxr. of Ramona or Marietta to NAS in overall effectivenessthan
Electronic guidance and auto- have air-breathing missiles.By .
Jax 0730-1600. EV 9-1037 or
thx nxxt timx think
matic weapons systems may be So you ext. 8176. cancelling the program at
just around the corner but this that your xfforts arx not j this time, it is anticipated that
nxxdxd rxmxmbxr Riders or Car pool, Southside,
is one squadron that contends, j i hrs. 0730-1600. more than $100 million can be

and submits proof, that well and say to your- \ ..3L Riders or Car pool, Roselle or recovered and applied to newer
sxlf "I
maintained am a vxry kxy pxr-
airplanes, however and ship
Murray Hill, hrs 08001630.La- Navy weapons systems'
) in and I
ancient in and son our program am
design the
and aircraft construction pro-
Pan. Ext 671 or 348.
: nxxdxd much.
eight eyeball, make a delivery vxry
.. Wanted Swap with Airman grams.
: system that is ?
j 1 dependable and who desires AN duty in Puerto
pietist1. More Travel Allowance Rico. Will trade Airman in Pen- Landlord: "I'm going to raise

Sought For EmployeesChairman sacola or Jax area. 20 months of your rent."
RelaxedContinued duty left. Edward Dion. U.S. Ron: "I'm glad, because I can't
Johnston of the
Naval Station, Roosevelt Roads, raise it."
( from Page 1)) Senate CS group has sponsored Puerto Rico. .

men have reported compaintsfrom another important bill for Gov- i i 11s On Jan. 22, at the Aviation Lady (holding cookie to her

service families who have ernment workers. Ground Officers' party at the new dog): "Speak, speak."

had to pay big hospital and doctor Commissioned Officers Mess, a Dog: "What'tl I say?"
' The South Carolina Democrat'smeasure
bills they should
thought light beige cashmere coat was
lj have gone to Uncle Sam. would raise the present
inadvertently taken and a light Two Tourneys Pace
Hence many committee lead- $12.00 maximum per diem travel beige coat, with ''a Joseph Mag-

ers have agreed that more funds allowance to $18.00 a day. It nim label, was left in its place.It Action On NAS Links
should be made available to would increase the mileage allowance is suggested that ladies own- Two tournaments highlighted

Medicare dependents. from the present 10 ing such a type coat, check to insure action at the NAS Golf links last

However, much still rests on that the one they have is weekend.The .
cents mile to 12 cents.
what evidence is to be shown by per theirs, otherwise telephone the Full Handicap turned intoa

Medicare officials when they With living costs having risen Commissione Officers Mess, ext. free-for-all as Comdr. Leo

meet the House Appropriations considerably since the last time 8154 or 8187. McCudden posted a 84-14-70, and

Committee. travel allowances were increased, GAL.IN.MOTIONUnlike the Ed Wilson came in with a 851570 -
The Army will build Alaska's to tier
continent, which is stationary,
five six Senator '
or years ago,
"Poppa, vat is ,science this Asia has made a name for first nuclear power plant at Ft. The Blind Bogey magic num-
' Johnston feels that an $18.00-a- herself in the Broadway musical Greely to furnish heat I and light
"My, how could you be *o I ber was 71 with ,Don Howard,
dumb Science Is does things vat day maximum travel allowanceis in several"Whoop-Up"direction by ilmulUneouslyj walking- for the strategic post 85 mile and Bill Homer sharing top

.taJNo: smoking! more than justified. ; southeast of Fairbanks. I. honors. -