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 12, 1959
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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I .National Health, Joint Crusade Fund Drives To Begin- Feb. 18

Total Goal

I fJ X For$18,360The DrivesIs

I .. p 1959 Federal service

VoL 16 No. 44 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 12 February 1959 fund raising campaign military gets

_...._...._.._ underway for Navy
and civilian personnel in the
'Flight Pay ...' .. ..' '.\.S\\t1<< Jacksonville area Wednesday,

.'. .,,';.' y Feb. '18, support of the Na-
tional Health Agencies and
Vital SaysArmstrong Joint Crusade.

Goal for the two drivers, which

will run concurrently and will

close on March 18, has been set

at $18,360, with a goal of $13,340
Although the Navy is short established for the Health Agencies -

776 aviators, this lack of pilots and $5,020 for the Joint Cru
could become worse if cuts in
the proficiency flight pay pro- .S. KEYMEN, AND those asso-

gram continue. k ? k ated with the drive at NAS Sax

This is what Assistant Navy \ ._ < \ will assemble at King Hall,

Secretary J. Sinclair Armstrongsaid Building 563, Wednesday at 1000
while, answering House Appropriations b for the official kickoff. On hand

Committee inquirieson for the kickoff will be high ranking -

proficiency flying data. _ k Navy officials, unit chairmen,

SUCH queries stemmed from J rt ___ keymen and a representative of

hearings on last year's Defe'nseBudget % the participating agencies.
m _ _
in which the Committee .. p _ NAS Cecil Field and NAAS
asked the services whether SL
they Mayport, two other commands
could drop some men now receiving in the campaign,

flight pay. .-. .... ".. .." . --- -- will participating conduct their own kickoffs.

The Navy, Air Force and FROM ONE SQUADRON TO ANOTHER The recent merger of Attack Squadron 44 and Mayport will launch its efforts at
Attack Squadron Ins brings the number of planes used in the Navy's Replacement Pilot Training
Army stated Cecil' is
they kept Program to five. The ADS of VA-105 are now being used by VA.44, along with The TVs FSF-BTs 1330 on Feb. 18 while
close scrutiny on all aviators, that and A4Ds being flown by the Blackbirds all along. The aircraft are displayed above with Comdr. set to open at 1030 on Feb. 19.

evaluation boards have period- C. A. McDougal, (right) commanding officer of VA.44, welcoming LI. Len Hilder of VA-105 into th.. in the National
ically dropped all nonqualifiedpilots squadron. Lt. Hilder will head the AD pilot training phase. INCLUDED
Health Aeencies group are
-- -- -- -
and there were no non- American Cancer Society, Arth-

qualified men getting flight pay. WORLD PRAYER PO Promotional Exams ritis and Rheumatism Founda-

Armstrong said that In the past tion, Muscular Dystrophy Associ-

five years the Navy has dropped DAY PLANNEDThe ation of America, National So-

900 aviators and that there hasn't Chapel Woman's Guildof Continue For HopefulsSecondclass ciety for Crippled Children and

been an excess of Navy pilots NAS Jax joins with religious Adults, National Society for Pre-

since WWII. All those axed were groups around the vention of Blindness and United

done so for physical and profici- globe in observing the World petty officer examinations were scheduledto Cerebral Palsy Association.

ency reasons. Day of Prayer tomorrow (Friday I .be._ .taken. by:. 151,. candidates, at. the Mainside mess hall today. Organizations In the Joint Crusade -
wnne examinations were taKen I I
THE PRESENT Navy requirement ) in ''Services. at All Saints by 237 applicants for chief petty' master chief candidates being are CARE, Inc.; Crusade for

of a minimum of eight fly Chapel. officer last Thursday, 93 senior tested February 3, 83 were from Freedom, Inc., and American-

ing hour/ month is enough to Included in the special serv- and master chief candidates were NAS Jax units, one from the Korean Foundation. The latter

keep the pilot proficient while ices will be a devotional mes- tested Tuesday, Feb. 3. Supply Depot, N.Y., three from (Please turn to Page 8, CoL 6))
he's in a desk job, but would not sage by Ltjg) Don Alexan- the Navy-Marine Reserve Train-

suffice to put him into combat der, Protestant Chaplain at OF THE NUMBER taking E.7 ing Corps, one from VAIl-I, Jax,

tomorrow, said the Assistant NATTCenter.Mrs. exams, 113 were from units and 15 from the Recruiting Sta- Pay Retention

Navy Secretary.Also Virginia Davis, chair- aboard NAS Jax, one from the tion, Jax.

continued Armstrong, man for the occasion, an- Navy-Marine Reserve Training Third-class petty officer examinations -
senior officers need personal con- nounces that nine local women Corps, 12 from the Recruiting were scheduled to Regs Set For

tact with flying to keep abreast will participate in the serv- Station, Jax,one from Fritron 14, have been administered to 148

with aviatfon problems. ices, beginning at 1300. Mrs. N.Y., one from the USS'Shangri- recommended candidates at 0730

Armstrong concluded that the Davis is the wife of Lcdr. La, one each from the Newport, Tuseday. ClassifiedsRegulations

fact that flight pay is questioned"can Walter Davis Protestant R.I., Philadelphia and Jax Hospitals ONE-HUNDRED-sixtccn qualified .

have an adverse effect on Chaplain at the Hospital.All one from NAAS, Kings- second-class petty officers with regard to

morale and the confidence" of women aboard the Sta- ville, Texas, and five from the may be promoted to pay grade revised salary retention provisions -
authorized for Civil
young pilots, and would make it tion are invited to attend the USS Catawba, (ATA210)0). E-6 after taking examinationsnext
"increasingly difficult to service! Service. .classified, employees
persuade" Tuesday. -- ---
Included in the 93 senior and by ...Fubltc Law BD-Y3Y: approved
qualified men to make Notification of the results of the
Naval aviation. career.'Pop' ""; <;" 1!..f 'S.. ... Sia February exams, and announce---- ---- Aug. 23, 1958, have
I M.Xq.;: ::, been received, it was disclosedthis
: .: .
: ":::t, ;' ment of promotions will be made
:: week.
;. ::K ?:' May 16, according to the Education The Station's Industrial Rela-
,j .
Burns Office.
tions Department is busily reviewing -
.., Those promoted from here will
records to identify em-
be part of the 35,650 petty officer ployees who benefit by the law.
RetirementNoteworthy : promotions expected by the Navy
IT IS anticipated that, with a
result of the tests.
4C as February few! exceptions, those who bene-
Of those being promoted resulting -
fit will receive retroactive pay
from these exams, the
adjustments effective with the
Navy expects 34,639 promotionsto 'pay period beginning Feb. 22.
"The first Naval Air Reserve
E-4 to E-5
pay grade 14,417 ,
The delay in the exceptionalcase
enlisted man retired from Jacksonville's -
2,107 to E-6 and 3,487 to E-7.
will be due to the necessity
NARTU. the date has not
Although yet
of obtaining clarification of eligIbility -
That's the distinction held by been set, selection boards for E-8
because of the particular
Thomas Burns, AKC, who has and E-9 advancements will meet

,just reached his 60th birthday."RETIREMENT" .- /L p sometime in April.Controller circumstances of'the case.
The Salary Retention Act and
for Burns
4'L regulations apply to employees in
will affect only his Naval activit .. .
) who
Classification Act
ties, however. He will continuein 4'S/ $
his '' are demoted except for personalcause
civilian of
occupation 4p Rule Still SketchyA
or in certain reductionsinforce. -
stockman at the Salvage Yard of -
decision the Con- .
NAS Jax. .. recent by
The troller General states that en- IT PROVIDES for them a two-
Naval Air Reservist, in a
mild-mannered, unassuming fashion / listed men applying. for retirement year period of salary retention
will have retired pay upon demotion if they have
quickly points out the Navy
computed on basis of what was served the preceding two yearsin
has treated him well during his SIGNING OUT Oldtimer Thomas Bums, AKC, of NARTU
25 years, nine months of service, Jax (left) is retiring from Naval service after more than 35 received at time of submitting the same department and in
13 years of which he has served years 13 of which were served on active duty. This is a double- application, according to the the same grade as.,that from
barreled first for the local NARTU unit. "Pop" as he is knownby Army-Navy-Air: Force Register.A whlch.dernoted,- r* gher grades.
on full-time active duty. friends, is the first man to ever retire from NARTU Jax check has revealed that no :!.Their'performance during the
and also owns a record of never missing a drill in 2'years with
The of Burns'
processing re- information this been
has have been
on two-year period must
the Reserve. With him is
W. L. Williams, YN1, of lb. NARTU
(Please turn to Pag. 8, Col. 5)) Personnel Office. received at the local leveL (Pleas turn to Page 8,Co!. 5))

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2 SAX AIR NEWS 12 February

Other States Also Listed

Jt1 xain.uis A WANTED' civilian woman Is wantedto Deadline For Purchase Of

fill vacancy on Jax :'Air

Capt. Elliott W. Parish, Jr. .....NA3'..J.cksoaall.-................ Commanding Officer News staff.
Comdr. Grayston H. Weber ......... ........... Executive OfficerNAB Florida Auto Tags Feb. 20
Sixj Tl.t Air Jacksonville be to accentuate'
Rear Adm. Wendell G. Switzer ............................. ............................................ Commander Must willing ,
Capt. George R. Luker ..................................?...............,.,...........?.. Chief of Staff, FairJax the positive, eliminate the
Capt. Macpherson Williams ...nHI.....?.....Air........Wing............ElenD............ ........ Chief of Staff NAB Six negative and get used ,to being Florida automobile registration tags (license plates) are

Capt. Donald E. Macintosh ..........-............................. .... ........................ CommanderCapt. Miss Inbetween. now on sale at the Auto Tag Agency, 111 Market St., Jack.
Charles L. Lambing ................ .. .... Chief Staff OfficerNaval'

Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr. .AirT.chnical.......... .............Training...................C.ni.r.........,.? Commanding Officer Must be expert typist, familiar -sonville.-Tags -can be purchased any
Comdr. Wilfred E.. Fleshman ,...... .T. :................. ........ Executive Officer with office routine, and New York ..Dee.n.195S -None
Nan.HOIpltl1 weekday from 0830 to 1700. The No. Carolina Dec 31, 1958 Feb. 16, 11159
Capt. Alton C. Abernethy .................................,.....i,......................... Commanding Officer capable of getting along with No. Dakota Dec. 81, 1968 Jan. 81, 1959
Capt. John G. Feder ............................................... ....................... ............ Executive Officer to office will remain open all day Ohio _--__.Mar.81,196 None
MA.It ITT other people. Wishing Saturday Oklahoma .Dec. 31 1958 SO daysOregonPermanent
Capt. Norman O. Anderson ................................. ... .............. .... Commanding Officer know the satisfaction of a job February 14. ( staggered retrls-
Comdr. William E. Hardy ............._........................... .. .. ........ ...... Executive Officer FINAL DAY for purchase of tratlon system.) Registration
well done is a requisite. expires on last day of month
Printed commercially with non-appropiated funds In Jacksonville, FlorIdaat 1959 Florida tags is February 20. In year'indicated on plate.
no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Previous journalistic and Personnel are urged to get their Pennsylvania Mar. 81, 19119 1969 None
Rhode Island None
Rev. 1958.
July Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnelof
Fleet Air Jacksonville.! Naval Air Station Naval Air Technical Training writing experience desirable. tags now to avoid the lastminute So. Carolina Oct. 11, 1969 None
Center, Fleet Air Wing 11 Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Pleasant working conditions, So. Dakota .Dec. 31, 1968 Mar 31, 1969
Naval Hospital. rush. Tennessee _.Mar. 31, 1969 None
Service Information Officer ............... ......... ., ..., Comdr. Frank J. 11111 five days a, week. Texas ___.Apr. 1,1959 NOn
Assistant Service Information Officer. ......... .> Andrew II. Planey For the first time this year, Utah _____Dec. 31, 19n Feb. 28, 1969
Editor Gordon Robbie Staff Bill Weekes. J03 Dottie Johnson Air News edi- Vermont __.Mar. 81, 1959 None
; Reporters- ; Contact Jax motorists can obtain tags by
81, 1969 Apr. 15
Virginia-Mar. 1959
Ron Davis AN; Gene Hasan, JOSA. Staff Photographer O'Brien I PH3.
The Jax Air I News is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. tor, extension 272/8164, or mail by sending an additional 50 Washington Dec. 31, 1968 Feb. 15, 1959

given.Material Photographs appearing, in unless. this otherwise publication credited can be are reprinted official providing U. S. Navy credit Photo-is visit Room 230, Main Admin- cents along with price of the W.Wisconsin Virginia-(June Expire 80,last 1951 day of month None

graphs.Editorial. istration Bldg.NEWLYELECTED tag and the 1958 registration receipt Indicated on plate by
three letter month abbreviation
located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone
extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. to the tag agency. and prefix; 1,195)
Wyoming ....Dec. 81, 1958 Feb.
,.,..,,... ... ..
-' '
>esa sseswR s
w se sesk wes
} l j' PRICES for Florida tags are:

DivineServices t T tag for small sports cars and New CompetitionFor

foreign-made vehicles, $5.25; D

tag for under 2,500-pound ve- OutstandingMess

hicles, 1 10.25; regular tag, for

cars from 2,500-3,500 pounds, Hall Opens

ALL SAINTS CHAPEL $15.25; W tag, cars from 3,500 to Competition to determine com

Sunday, February 15 : 4,500 pounds $20.25, and WW mands and,commissary personnel

0930-Sunday School, three- .t { k tags, for cars more than 4,500 with the most outstanding, gen
years old through adults, 'Bldg. t pounds in weight, $25.25. eral messes afloat and ashore is

722. Service of Divine Worship now underway in the 1959 Ney
Tags for small trucks vary
1100-Divine Worship Memorial Awards Program.
anywhere from 50 'cents to 75
1830 Teen-age The established in
Fellowship, cents per hundred pounds. program,
Small Chapel < 'x, :: 1958, is sponsored by the Executive
1830-Senior High Fellowship 4. a:: ,TAaF Following is a list of states Stewards' and Caterers' As

Bldg 722. :f... and territories, showing expira- sociation. Plaques will be pre

1930 United Fellowship of tion dates of'license tags and the sented by the association at its

Protestants, Bldg. 722. grace periods 'allowed motoristsof August 19 convention in San
T Diego to the best afloat mess and
ST. EDWARDS CHAPEL these states for
i/t; procurementof
best ashore mess, and the run-
Schedule of Masses new tags: ner-up in each category...

Sunday. February 15 Alabama Sept, 30,1958 Nov 15, IUS
n Alaska ..__Dec. 81, 1968 Feb. 28, 1969 Although Hospital, private or
0830-1000 Sunday Arizona ____Dec. 31, 1958 Jan. 31, 1959 '
0630-Daily iI1 11"III Arkansas.Dec. 31,1968 Jan. 81, 1959 special messes are not qualified,
California ..Dec. 31, 1968 Feb. 4, 1969 every'Navy general mess is elig-
During Lent COMMITTEE Shown are three mem- Colorado ...Dec. 81, 1958 None
Masses bers of the newly-elected Jax Navy Federal Credit Union Edu- Connecticut Mar. 81, 1959 None ible for nomination for the
daily at 0630 and 1645
; Delaware-Expiration noted
on registration -
cational Committee. Going over committee plans are, left to award.
Stations of the Cross, 1900; Dis- right. Joseph Neth, of IRD; Andy Carlson, past president of the Dlst. Colum. Mar. 31 card., 1969 None
tribution of Ashes after 0630 Credit Union and'J. E. Harris, of"O' & R. Other committeemen Florida ____Dec. 31. 11168 Feb. 20, 1959 The criteria of nomination and
Mass; 1145 to 1230; after 1645 are Sam Whittington and Joseph O'Connell, both also' former Georgia Hawaii ____Dec. 31, 1958 Apr. 1. 1959 selection is four fold. It includes
81,1958 Mar 81, 1969
Mass and after'Stations of Cross. presidents. Idaho _____Dec. 81, 1958 None food preparation, serving tech
Illinois ____Dec. 31, 1968 None
Confessions before 0630 Mass, Indiana ____Feb. 28, 1959 None niques, sanitation, and manage .
Iowa .____Dec. 31, 1965 Jan. 81, 1959
during 1645 Mass and after Sta- Committee Posts Filled. Kansas ___.Dec. 31, 1958 Feb. 15, 1969
tions of the Cross at 1900. Kentucky _.Dec. U, 1968 Mar. 1, 1959 Although nominations must
LouisianaDec.. U, 1958 Feb. 6,1969
St. LUKE'S CHAPEL Maine ____Feb. 28, 1969 None have been made to the Chief of

Naval HoIplfal063OCatholic At Credit Union MeetThe :Mass Maryland._-._.Mar..Dee. 31 81,, 1969 19118 None None the Bureau of Supplies and Accounts

Michigan ...,.,. Feb. 28, 1959 None by May 1, NAS Jax's pos-
Mass Minnesota _.Dec. 31, 1968 None
0930 'Protestant Jax Navy Federal Credit Union elected personnelto Mississippi Missouri-Permanent 1 -Oct. 31,1968 None sibility of nomination is uncer-
Service of several committee posts and filled the Board of Direc or staggered registration -
system.) Registration
tain of Charles
as yet Lt.
Divine Worship, Chaplain Davis. ranks at its recent annual meeting.The expires on last day of
month In year Indicated on Barrett Station Commissary Officer -
new makeup of the Boardof plate.
Directors is: Gordon King shall be'invested. The makeup of Montana ... Dec. 31 1958 Feb. 15, 1959 .
Public Service Medal Is this consists Nebraska _.Dec. 31, 1958 Mar. 1, 1958
usually of the
Credit i Union president who group Nevada ....June 30, 1958 None
Given To Chas. Thomas president, treasurer and the N. Ramp .Mar. 31, 1959 None Winners of the Ney award in
serves on all committees,; Don New Jersey-(Keglstratlon expires on
The'Navy's Distinguished Pub- Moran, vice-president; Evelyn Credit Union Manager. month last day of of the 12th 1958 were the Naval Station at

lic Service Award was presented Clark, secretary; Bill Catrette, THE BUILDING and Grounds All others registration.expire Mar) Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and the

late last month to Charles S. treasurer. Committee takes care of all ma- New Mexico Dec.31, 1959.31,1958 Mar. 2, 1959 carrier Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Thomas, former Secretary of the OTHER BOARD members include terial needs and troubles of the

Navy, for "distinguished contrib- David i Davidson, Lcdr. organization, while the Delinquent -

utions ., during a historic per- Benedict Scott, Otis Beck and group handles overdue ac I
iod of immense transition" in the Andy Carlson. counts.
Navy. Some 14 persons are employedby

The presentation was made by The Credit Committee consists the Jax Navy Federal Credit
of George McLemore James
Union including those staffing
the Hon. Thomas S. Gates Jr., a
Burton, John Kaczetow, C. C. small branch office at NAS Cecil
present Secretary of the
Navy.... Phifer and J. E. Borji, ADC, all Field.

Mr. ,Thomas, now president of of O & R Department. '

Trans Secretary World of the Airlines Navy, from served May as, Making up the Supervisory Civilian Jobs Total r A

Committee are Joseph O'Connell,
1954, until April 1957.
Julian Hutchins and J. J. Shap- Seen Staying Level

iro all from O&R.
Overall civilian employee totals
New Jersey Indiana Men
THE EDUCATIONAL Committee for the three military services b $

Capture AE School Honor formerly appointed by the 'will remain level next fiscal

William Butcher, AEMAN, of president, had members electedto year if President Eisenhower's

Newark, N.J., and Robert Wag- that body at the annual meet budget request is granted.In .

ner, AEIAN, of South Bend Ind., ing. They are Joseph Neth of a story in the Federal Em

were top students ,from Aviation ..IRD and J. E. Harris of O & R. ployees' News Digest, it was revealed ,

Electrician's Mate, Class "A," Neth was the first president of that some nilitary instal-

School at. NATTCenter February the Credit Union, in 1952. lations will get more employee

6. Some committees are still ap- billets while others will lose

Wagner joined the Navy in pointed by the president. These some, due to changes in military
July, 1958, has been transferredto functions.
are the Investment, Building and
VW-15, Patuxent River, Md. Although the Armed Forces
Grounds, and Delinquent com- "NEW YORK'S FINEST" Pfc. Charles Holmes, (left) on
Butcher goes to Helicopter will retain the same' number of
military lean of absence from the New' York City Police Department -
Squadron 9, NAS Quonset Point, mittees. civilians, the Federal government is being congratulated by Lt. Col. William P. Mitchell,
R I. He joined the Navy in January The Investment Committee determines on the whole would add some commanding officer of the Marine Aviation Detachment at

' of last year. where excess monies 36,000 new jobs for fiscal I960. weeks NAn-Center. Holmes YM selected as military honorman In last
graduation at Aviation Fundamentals School.Page .



12 February 1959

;;; T Over 3,000 Movies .. .

s { I I :'N'4'JyJ''W"J S

\ "
Fae TuLant film library :
in Building 168 offers NAS ", "rn'. ..r..
Jax-based personnel many op-
portunities for informationand Navy Wives Club No. 86 held

training. Its regular meeting February at
the Clubhouse in Dewey Park.
Maintaining a 'complete libraryof S 'A Hostesses were Mesdames Ali-

over 3,000 films, Faetu offers .. da Velisi, Doris Davis, Ernestine
selections ranging from the latest and
Derleth, Marguerita
highly-technical training films to Ruth Damon.

exciting sports reels. New members welcomed to the

THE LIBRARY is stocked with Club were Mrs. Lillian Eitzen

{ film covering every aspect of and Mrs. Ellen King.

Naval training, in addition to a Following appointments were,
wide selection of general interest made: "Navy News" representative -

n ...'_'..' __.._n_.. movies. Elsie Rose; Bingo Chair-

NEW XO Capt. John G. While squadron training officers man and Assistant Chairman,
Feder, Chief of Medicine at the the Mrs. Joseph Sheff and Mrs. Lar-
will find in
Natal Hospital has recently library helpful
Snack Bar Chairman
assumed the post of executive supplementing their "InServiceTraining" ry ;
officer of that command. Capt. programs, civilian ac- and Assistant, Alice Meyers
Feder relieves Capt. Ferdinand I tivities may be interested in such and Maria Long; Welfare Hos-
V Berley. pitality Chairman, Mrs. Wallace
films as "The SupervisorTheLeader
Everoski Points Chairman Flora
," "A Safe Day," and ; ,
J. G. Feder Kubisiak Chairman.
Capl. "Safety Saves.". ; Membership
.. Joyce Johnson; Scholarship
A few of the new films at the Jean Murphy; Poster, Virginia
Assumes 'Exec'Post library are "TransistorsMinorityCarriers CHECKING OUT FILM The stock of film at the FAETU
Barnes Barbara Can-
Film Library may prove beneficial, not only in lupplementing
"History of the Korean training officer's "In-Service-Training" but alto to ci'Ylliap'ac. nady, and Master-At-Arms, Mrs.
Al HospitalNaval War" and "I & E Screen Maga- tivities. Checking out film to R. B. Stoutenborough, TD3. (right) Leonard Smith.

zine, Number; 559." of NAS Cecil Field, are .Jack Meiler TD3, (left) and Herman Next meeting is scheduled for
Hospital Jax has a Sledge! AN both of FAETU. Stouienborough is borrowing the
new executive officer, Capt. AMONG older favorites are the film for use in Aviation. Training Aids at FAETU Cecil Field. February 18. All wives of enlisted -
John G. Feder. He relieves full-length"Victory at Sea" series Navy and Marine Corpsmen

Capt. Ferninand V. B e r ley and the monthly "Sports Reels." Mayport Group Not Affected are cordially invited to at-

who retired and tend.A .
The courteous Tradevmen behind
coffee for members of the

private'practice. the counter at Faetu's film Same Old 'Bugaboo' Forces Club is to be given by Mrs.
Capt. 'Feder, whose last duty library are always happy to Reginald Berry at her 1829
station was at Naval Hospital in ,
render assistance in checking out
Avondale Circle home, Monday,
Beaufort the local, Hospital S.C., checked in July in of with last film in stock. Navy To Drop One CarrierRising February 16, at 1030. '

Or, if a particular film desiredis All members are Invited to at-
year as Chief of Medicine.
not currently in stock, they tend. For any further informa-
cost of military hardware and administration
Capt. Feder entered: the Navyin will promptly order any film"re- tion, call Mrs. Lottinger, SP-
budget slicing has necessitated the NaVy to scrap its planto
August 1939 and served A of aviation EV-
at quested. catalog modern 1-3551, or Mrs. Shaneclf,
maintain 15 attack aircraft carriers in the fleetat
Naval Hospital Pensacola until training film is available to all 8-0608.

June 1950. He was medical of- interested personnel or activities.To -all times... -- .
I By 1985, the Navy had planned -
ficer for Destroyer Division 65 pleted for the 1965 force, as will
meet your training film to have an attack carrier 1p7
from July to Coral Sea the first
September, 1950. the Navy's
needs, you may either call extension force consisting of six nuclear-
He then served as Ward Medical 423 or visit the library in powered carriers, six Forrestal-- nuclear-powered carrier, Enter- r
officer at Naval prise, and probably the Oriskany,
Hospital, Building 168. class carriers and three Midway-
Guam, from November 1940 to I class ships. a converted Essex-group vessel. A

December 1940. He was a prisoner HOWEVER, financial belt- These latter ships will replace
of war from that date until EMToOfficerPrograms tightening will limit the Navy's many present-day attack car-

September 1945. carrier strength in 1965 to 14 attack riers that will become overagedby
In March, 1946 he entered carriers with two of them, 1965. ,They include the Intrepid -

, Massachusetts General Hospitalfor Requests for nominationsfor modernized Essex-class ships, limited Lexington, Bennington,

study in Cardiology and from the 1959 Limited Duty, to training assignments apparently Randolph, Bon Homme Richard,

there went to Naval Hospital Warrant Officer, and Integra- with reduced crews. Essex, Shangri-La and Ticonderoga. -

Norfolk. Other duty stations include tion Programs are being so t
licited. The present carrier force of
: Naval Hospital, Ports- Mayport-based carriers includethe
for four Forrestal-class, two Mid-
mouth, Naval Hospital, Coco Eligibility requirements way-class and nine converted FDR, Essex, support carrier
contained in
Solo, Canal Zone.'Jackets the programs are Champlain and Saratoga.ON .
will be
BuPers Instruction 1120.18E, Essex-class ships, con-

which is held by all depart- verted by 1965 to six Forrestal- THE support carrier scene, Hey square that hail

Inn To ments. type carriers, three,Midway-class the Navy has changed its mind

All Station personnel inter- ships, a nuclear-powered carrier, about mothballing four of this Employee MOBS

ested in this program are requested two Essex-type ships 'and two type carriers in fiscal 1959. The
Go Western For to contact the Infor- new constructions, similar to the Boxer will become LPH-4 next '

mation and Education office, Forrestal-class.* year, the Philippine Sea is being Payments Due

Ann Jones Band' topside in Building 955. Presently active carriers slatedto inactivated, the Leyte, although Assessment Nos. 108 and 109

Ann be in the 1965 attack carrier, being firmly committed for moth- of the Mutual Death Benefit Society -
Jones and her WesternSweethearts force will be the Forrestal, Sara-. balling, is being sought by the
will rustle into the Queen Liliuofcalani, last mon- are currently due.,
toga, Ranger, Independence, Mid-. Marine Corps for converting intoan
Blue Jackets Inn Tuesday from arch of Hawaii, was deposed In All payments on these assess-
1930-2330 with what, ought to 1893, when the Republic of Ha- way, and Franklin D. Roosevelt. I the amphibious Princeton's assault deactivation ship, while dateIs ments must be made by closeof

prove to be a star spangled en- waii was established. Five years TWO CARRIERS of the Forrestal decided. business on Friday, February
tourage of song-filled fun. later, sovereignty of the Islands group, the Kitty Hawk and not as yet 20.

was transferred to the US.I the Constellation, are being com- Two other WWII-built support Each member is being assessed
Ann and her "Queens of West-
carriers will probably be scraped
$2.20 and members remindedthat
ern Swing"should delight the .x.Y ft{ A Commissioned
during fiscal 1960.
it is
city slick as well as the country support carriers include the every person's own
to make
hick when of Ann's hit responsibility payments
many Yorktown, Wasp, Hornet, Lake when due.Checks .
songs, among which are "Baby Champlain, Tarawa, Valley Forge,
Sitter's Blues,*' "Post Office" and :r Antietam and Kearsarge.Interservice should be made pay-

Bloodshot Eyes," will be,present- able to: Employees' Mutual
Death Benefit Society.An .
ed.ANN JONES who has toured I Pistol audit of the Society by an

the world with her popular show, Auditing Committee appointedby
has appeared with such western Matches To DebutThe the commanding officer,

favorites as Ernie Tubbs, Tennessee shows a net worth of the Society -

Ernie, Tex Williams, Hank first interservice pistol on Dec. 31, 1958, as $16-

Snow, Red Foley and Roy Rogers. 1L championship match will be held 883.58.

at Lackland Air Force, near San
Approximately 200 songs have "
been branded by Miss Jones withat '%IV'; __' Antonio, Tex., Feb. 16-18, the Russian Navy Strength

least 50 of them published by ay ; iMtMtY. o Defense Department has announ- Figures on Soviet Navy strength

such recording companies as Vic- ced in Washington.The indicated the Russians now havein

tor and Capitol. match, sanctioned by the their active fleets: 27 cruisers,
NOT ONLY has Ann Jones had ;{ F'
National Rifle Association, cane 150 destroyers, 474 submarines,
her own disc jockey radio shows, M"I; h''''.Yf ITO '
APPEAR AT EM CLUB > entered by serviceman, 1,250 patrol craft 600 mine
but she has also had her own The walls of the BlueJack.tsInn. any war-
Mainside Enlisted Men's Club will rock to the music of Ann I
TV show, which came out of reservists included, who is an fare vessels and about 3,500 air-
Jones and her Western Sweethearts, who appear there Tuesday,
Hollywood, Calif. February 20, from 19302330. NRA member. craft (land-based Navy planes.)

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Your Exchange Rights

\ :t1 rt

Should Be ProtectedWhy .

all the hulla-baloo about Navy Exchange purchases? Thursday February 12

Why should you have to show identification before being Mainside-Lone Texan (west

served? Why arc< signs posted regarding identification requirements ern) Willard Parker and Audrey

? Dalton.
We ask you to bear with us
NATTCenter Tom
implication that they are over- I If Thumb
and please understand why all I charging. *' ([color fairy tale) Russ Tamblyn.
these precautions are necessary. Hospital Guns, Girls
Do not Visit of these stores and
FIRST OF all, remember thatif I Gangsters (crime drama).
i to examine an item and tell the J I
you wear a uniform of the '
tore personnel, "Never mind, 1can Friday February 13
Armed Forces, you should be
concerned with get this cheaper at the Navy Mainside Two Headed Spy
intensely protecting Exchange." (color comedy drama) Jack Haw-
exchange because
your you
share in profits generated by Always remember, your Navy ': za Lone
these exchanges.The Exchange is a privilege and not ., (I' gx NATTCenter- Texan.
a right. As a privilege it carries Hospitals-Tom Thumb.

"profit dollar" goes a long with it inescapable responsibilities. Saturday February U

way toward financing movies, If these responsibilities are Mainside Littlest Hobo -

recreation halls, play courts and Ignored, your Exchange as you (story of a dog) Buddy Hart.

equipment, swimming pools and know it, may cease to exist. __._ mOl ''''' ._n__ Wendy Stuart.NATTCenter. .

the like. Your Exchange attempts to VETERAN EMPLOYEES Seven civilian employees of Two Headed

Thus, the Exchange is your give the best merchandise and NAS Jax were presented 30-year government service pins Spy.
store-you should be vitally con- you recently. In top photo, Capt. Thomas B. Haley (left) NAS Hospital-Lone Texan.
service at the lowest practicable Jax O&R Officer,gives pins to Robert Brennan, John Natal
with it
keeping free from cost and through efficient operation Michael Tkac and Glen Harvey. ,Below, Capt. K. R. Wheeler, Sunday, February 15

criticism.A it returns to you as many (left) Supply Officer, presented pin to Gordon Reedy, second Mainside Party Girl (color
STRINGENT control of pa- "profit dollars" as is possible( for from left) ''of Supply while Comdr. R. F. Duelfer Jr., Assistant drama) Robert Taylor'Cyd Char l
Public Works Officer, pin to Christopher Bugg. Also
tron privileges is a "MUST" if gave !
welfare and recreational require-
30 Harold Kraus of Printing and
receiving a -year. pin was Isse.NATTCenter
you are to help protect your ments. Publications. -Littlest Hobo

Navy Exchange. These three ':; Hospital-Two Headed Spy,

rules will aid you in protectingand Sub roc Antisuh ondayFebruaryI6

keeping it rather than. abus- -q Mainside Tunnel of Love

ing and losing it. Missile UnderDevelopment (comedy) Richard Widmark and

Do not lend your card to an Doris Day.

unauthorized patron. By tryingto NATTCenter-Party Girl.

be a "good guy," you may Hospital-Littlest Hobo.
create the one violation makinga ? '
that would ; It A A $65 million contract has Tuesday February 17
case penalize all
patrons.Do } ;Ca'fks: ::>'' ":::r been awarded by the Navy for Mainside-Home Before Dark
: : research and development workin (adult drama) Jean Simmons Dan
not buy for unauthorized .. .
i ;., : '.: }>'< > ::'+yi: *;a,:,TiiL: connection with Subroc, a O'Herlihy.
persons and do not resell Ex- .
NATTCenter-Tunnel of Love.
'.; ,,+,,}:;:tf;{':;%'''2I;:''}'t'..: new antisubmarine missile sy-
change items to them. Military g :'S {y :;x!}:; stem. Hospital-Party Girl.

regulations make it a flat viola- % Wednesday February 18
'r yae9ns' :
tion. If you find it difficult to \ The contract covers the com- Mainside-Never Steal Any

refuse a civilian friend who :}ry4Li*' :i plete weapon system including
thing Small (color drama.)

asks you to buy for him, remember yt!:} : .!:34. production and tooling methods. NATTCenter Home Before
your first obligation is Described as an underwater Dark.

to your fellow Navyman.DO guided missile, the new weaponcan Hospital-Tunnel of Love.
3 k ,:Si::, be fired from above or be-
NOT antagonize local
i.. the surface.
t art t : low
merchants. The store owners Blue Cross-Blue Shield
know that in most cases Ex- The Subroc system can detect'a

change prices, for special reasons, \ submarine at long range, com- Payments Are Now Due

are lower, but they resent the pute its course and speed, and

Air Reserve Chief To Hold fire Navy the sources missile.said the, missileis i ments Blue are Cross-Blue due February Shield 16-17.pay-

propelled through the air bya Payments may be made by

Inspection Of NARTU Units powerful rocket; the spent check or money order, but cash

rocket drops away and the war- payments cannot be accepted.

Inspection time is nearingfor head continues on to the target. Individuals
are requested to
Comdr. H.
M. Nearing;
active-duty personnel of AWS-74 Comdr. The weapon can destroy enemy check invoices as no double bill-
Charles Rogers,
the Jax Naval Air Reserve targets in an area of many
Training Unit and the "Week- Murzic.and AIRTU-741, Comdr. E. J. square miles around. ing notices have been issued.

end Warriors" who attend

drills one weekend per month. FROM OTHER points will come,

men of: VS-741, commanded by Traffic Tickets
THE "RED-LETTER" day has
Comdr. Frank Graham Jr., Madi
been set for this Saturday, Feb-
son, Fla.; VA-742, Comdr. H. E.
Issued To 181
NEW TAIL This year's'pennies ruary 14. Inspecting officers will
will retain the familiar Wick Jr., Moujtrie, Ga; VA Jet
arrive at 1100 and inspect active-
portrait of Abe Lincoln on the 741, Comdr. H. J. Myers, Winter,
front, but this sketch of the. duty officers and men of NARTU. Haven, Fla. and VR741, Comdr.H. HAS Violators

Lincoln Memorial in Washington The inspectors, headed by Rear W. Taber, Miami. }pRn A ;j;
will adorn the reverse side. Some 181N tickets were issued 'Q SS4 it'tl SQ
Admiral Allen Smith Jr. Chiefof
The new penny is a feature of Also, BARTU-7,41, Comdr. A.M, traffic violators by police aboard F
I Naval Air Reserve Training,
the Lincoln sesquicentennial Roberts, Baltimore, Md.; CV Fas, the Naval Air Station in Janu-
observance. will conduct the inspection of
ron 741, led by Comdr. H. P. ary, an increase of about 20 over n S qb
Naval Air Reservists (Weekend
Skinner, Moultrie, Ga., and VR-, December.
Warriors) during the evening
I Carrier Deck ceremonies at 2000. 742, Comdr. Charles S. Deneen., Close to 200 cases appeared ,i,,
Winter Park, Fla. before the Traffic Officer while
Defies GolfersTop Expected to take part in these
the U. S. Commissioner received
ceremonies will be some 800 reservists s :S i3x8''.
flight golfers though 10 cases, still awaiting disposi- V
they are, four professionalsfound along with local elected ,tion.
the flight deck of the officials, city "VIPs," as well as :
Following offenses
families of officers and enlistedmen were involved -
huge Independence a foxy reckless k. ;
driving six
; f A.c
and women to be inspected. Y 4 9tiy
when teed off
fairway they
improper parking, 59; failure to aks
aboard her one day recently. ADM. SMITH assumed duties at sign ;
F stop or light, 15;>; speed
Only one of the pros, Mike October 8 as Chief of Naval Air ing 55; faulty equipment, four;

Turnesa, managed to drive his I Reserve Training, headquarteredat inattentive driving, four; involved -.
,ball 235 yards on the fly to, NAS Glenview, Ill. The Naval 4'E in accident, 15, and mis- FEBRUARY' 1959 '
get it off the bow into the Air Reserve head relieved Rear : cellaneous offenses, 40. ALw irw 'Yd' Z Wft Sit

East River in New York. Admiral H. H. Caldwell, who led ?- ;,., 5' 'C '
He and his colleagues, Al of NARTU. Following is a breakdown of ,.i ,e. 2.:
the 1958 inspection | f% izifs
Brosch, Harry Cooper and On hand to greet inspecting officers i# action taken by the Traffic Officer :

Marilynn Smith, drove out will be Captain N. O. And- : referred restriction, 87; restrictionand .. 1617i819 : :21tk

more than 100 balls suppliedthe erson, commanding officer of to commanding officer tYy',
Navy by the manufacturer. for action, one; traffic
with the following
NARTU, along school
duffers who seven; dismissed, seven;
skippers of the following squad- -
warning 17 indefinite'
be gloating inwardly over the ; suspen- most of the nation bundles up
pros' lack of. success are reminded rons: sion, one; forwarded to other to escape winter winds, delectable

the CVA-62 is about VP-741, commanded by Comdr.J. REAR ADM. Allen Smith commands five; transferred, one, Doris Ellis has to resort toa
L. Briggs VP-742, led by r and beach hat to hide from the
350 yards long. Tee, anyone? ; Jr.. Chief of Naval Air Reserve commanding officer for action'
\ Comdr. J. C. Fulton; VP Fasron Training, here for inspection. three. Miami Beach sun. Not a bad
spot to spend Valentine's Day.



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I h Canaveral Missile Wives

I II I!? Know When Shoot Is ComingWomanly

Ya instinct is adept at thwarting government

orders-at least at Cape Canaveral, Fla., where missilemenare

_forbidden. to tell their wives about upcoming launchings.
JUST AS tension mounts in the
blockhouse at the launching site, fall into bed." .

) S so does an electrifying sense of At the end of the countdownin

excitement pervade the Cocoa the blockhouse, the missilemen -

l Beach area where the familiesof stare at the television

missilemen live in small, screens transfixed. "Go, you -I I

pastel-colored houses. Go, you -!t" they yell at the

+ "Under threat of fine or dis- lift-off.

t ?': y { \ e missal, the men are forbidden to And meanwhile, for miles

a tell their wives when a shoot is around in every yard and on the

scheduled. But the wives know. beaches, wives and children are

For days they watch their hus- leaping into the air, screaming,

bands become quieter, more "Go, go, go!" (AFPS)
withdrawn and preoccupied.

"THEY COME and go' at odd

--a. .:. '. _. "01>. a hours. Sometimes, after a 36-:" U. S. Travel Pay
( IT TAKES PLANNING Acting President Nancy Lyons hour absence, they come homein
briefly outlines structure of the Career Wives Counseling Service the middle of the afternoon, Not Taxable Item
JO OPENINGS at initial meeting of the new organization;The group planned
to inform and assist wives of enlisted Marines, meets twice hollow-eyed and whiskered, to The practical effect of ,a new
NEED FILLINGFleet monthly. Next meeting is slated for Monday at 1900 in Building income tax ruling is to excuse
563, King Hall. M/Sgt. Don Muller will
speak on retirement and
enlisted personnel at benefits. Wm. Franke To military personnel from Incometax
NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field accountability for mileageand
.f desirous of striking for the Nominations Next Week Be New SecNav per diem based on travel

Journalist rate or changing Under Secretary of the and TDX in continental US.

their current rate to JO, are Employee Council ElectionsScheduled Navy William Franke will be IRS Bulletin 1958-37 states in
urged to contact ComFair Jax nominated by President Eisen- effect that an employee (serviceman

Service Information Office, hower to succeed the Hon. ) need not report pn his tax

! extension 592 or 8564. Thomas S. Gates, Jr., who has return expenses for travel and

Selected personnel will be Here March 12 resigned, effective June 1, as similar purposes paid for the

transferred to the Navy's Class Secretary of the Navy. benefit of his employer (the

"A" JO School at Great Lakes, Civilian employees at NAS Jax will name new membersto Secretary Gates steps downas service) if he's held accountableto

Ill. for three months and upon Employees' Councils and other boards on March 12, it was head of the Navy after two his employer or if it comes as

: return will be assigned to announced this week. years in office. He served as reimbursement.An

I FAU Staff of ComFairJax. Annual election for members Under Secretary from 1953 employee will be deemedto
to the Station's Employees' Coun- miscellaneous group. Ten signa- until appointment as the top have made such an account-
Minimum requirements for tures are required to validate the
cils Civilian Food Navy civilian in 1957.
Employee ing if he received a mileage allowance
'the JO rate, now considered nominating petition for either the
Services The President is to
Board, Civilian Em- expected of not more than 12%
among the Navy's critical ployee Recreation and Welfare Food\. Services Board or the Re- send formal nomination of
cents a mile or diem allow-
rates, is a combined GOT and creation and Welfare
Mr. Franke to the Senate
Association and to the Board of soon. ance of not more than fifteen
Clerical of 110 and typing Trustees of Employees' Mutual Only members of the Em- The Hon. Fred Bantz, Assist- dollars a day.

ability. Death Benefit Society, deservesall ployees' Mutual Death Benefit ant Secretary of the Navy for
Journalistic background is employees' serious considera Society may nominate, elect and Material, will be nominated These exempted rates exceed-

desired but not mandatory.Renowned hold office as a member of! the Under Secretary. normal government allowances
tion.DURING within the US. (AFPS)
next week employeeswill Board of Trustees.

WAF nominate be given candidates the opportunity whom they to Members to be elected are two Center's. CATs Not The 1 I

from O&R and one each from
desire to put up for election to I

Band Slated For the various boards and councils. Public Works, Supply and, the Crazy Mixed Up Kind
Official group. Five signa- ,
nominating forms which
____ _
Local Concert I contain information for validating tures of members of the Societyare "Where u do l convert my G.I.
I will be available from the election required to validate nominat- insurance?" "Did Illinois vote a I tis AEC, have introduced an ori-
The United States Air Force of to each
ginal system getting
officials designated for each ing petitions. Korean bonus yet? "Where do
WAF Band is scheduled to ap- 1 individual at the Center, and giving -
make -
department. An Industrial Rela- out an allotment insurance
in concert at NAS Jax INFORMATION to time and them in
pear a tions Bulletin issued this week as ?" personal \attention'
February 24 at 1900 in Building answering various questions.
contains names of all officials place of the election in each department :
Three. In case didn't know ''this
from whom the forms may be will be issued by election you Cards are given each depart-
Col. George Howard, Air obtained, as well as any additional officials and posted sufficiently I' can be answered in one office, ment,'and distributed to all per
j i and that -is Room 232 Building
Force Chief of Bands and ,
I sonnel. If have
information that may be I they a question,
in advance to employet'sI
500 where the NATTCenter
Music started the WAF band in ,
desired. 0 they simply write it on the card.
1951'with only 18 members. To- to be aware of election proced- }.J.ra! .al Team is located.
These cards picked by
Eligibility for membership on are up
day 50 women musicians makeup the Employees' Council is restricted ures. Voting is restricted on elec- THE NATTCENTER Career the team, and they write the

this talented musical group. to non-supervisory employeeswho tion day to employees in a duty Appraisal Team, composed of Her answer on the reverse side and

Some of their outstanding per- have been continuously em- status. bert Arnold, SMC, and Billy Cur- sent back to the department. If

formances include national TV ployed at NAS Jax for at least :. I they want their question answered

shows, Wide Wide World, Arthur one year. rrvf .'Ss}+ ?i. .SS%ti.;7f:,: f >. personally, an 'appointment is
Godfrey Show, Truth or Conse- .q'v r;,vy+ made for the person' .to. come to
FOR THE purpose of Employees'Councils :; ;i+.;.. ,., :.
I've Got Secret Today .. %;': ;c? the NAVCAT Office.
quences, a eligibility, non-super !<,',}}R'+'Ib:y.:., ..yI
and many others. visory employees are defined as MOST COMMON questions the

The band is constantly in demand those not held responsible by S! ';l:f r y:,>,X,P'rtiY..::kyy ;rp? CAT'S encounter are family protection -

for appearances, and, their superiors for the work results /,:j.S/,!, ,. )4r while on active'duty, G. I.
spends four-fifths of its time on o of .a group of regularly benefits (home buying, education,

tour. They have appeared in two I assigned subordinates and do not farm loans, homestead, social

Presidential inauguration parades o officially participae in mattersof security), Medicare, active duty

at Cheyenne, Wyo. Frontier performance ratings, discip- rights and benefits'USAFI; ad-
Days, and at many state, line, discharge or promotion.The vanced education programs (NE-
fairs. official nominating petition ASP/NESEP) officer programs,
insurance conversion of G. I. insurance
The will fea- form contains information as to
one-hour concert opportunities for advancement -
the areas to be represented by
ture symphonic music, swing,, Contingency Option
each of the councils and numberof \
jazz, mambos, rock 'n' roll and act, Fleet Reserve, retirement,
signatures needed to validate.All y
the usual marches. disability, constructive time, state
employees are eligible for
bonus, voting, and state unem-
A dance for enlisted men will election to the Civilian EmployeeFood ployment benefits.
follow the WAF Band concert. Services Board and to the

Members of the band have been :iyilian Employee Recreation and Most of these ,items appear in
Welfare Association. Four mem- service publications, but in most
invited to attend the dance.
bers are to be elected to the instances, a person will not have

former, one each from O&R, the need for the. information. as
TIDE TABLE Public Works, Supply and one to : s. HIGH LOW represent remaining departments. BUSY CAT NATTCenler Career Appraisal Team
AM PM consisting of Herbert Arnold. SMC (center) and Billy Curtis. In that case, a full coverage of
RECREATION and Welfare AEC (right) are shown conducting one ghase of their many all the above is on record at the
Fri. 11:37 5:23: 5:40: members to be elected include tasks. Car] Mathison AA, an AE School student is one of NAVCAT office so one call Is
Sat. 12:07 12:21 6:11: 6:26: several who inquire daily about items important to a serviceman
from O&R and each from all that is
two one needed to find out the
Sun. 12:55 1:10 1:04: 7:18 such as insurance, USAFI retirement and Medicare. Team works
Public Works, Supply and the out of Room 232, Building SOO. correct information: .< .*
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,;! Navy Budget Share\ Up; More In Ships, Missiles I

:I More spending on antisubmarine -
' warfare and missiles is capabilities.The weapon", air droppable sub bouys .eluding 389 fighting ships.

'I planned to emerge from President President also asked money and funds to cover the modifyingof Some 13 ships will be convertedat
Eisenhower's proposed 11.6 billion for three Polaris-firing subs, an over 600 ASW aircraft and the cost of 193.1 million dol-

, dollar Navy budget for fIs- operational Sparrow III and Bull- purchasing of 668 new aircraft. lars, with nearly a third of the
cal 1960. pup missiles for use against air- The two services plan to main- money being used to modernize

The coming fiscal budget, If craft and surface targets, an air- tain present manpower loads of I' WWII destroyers into effective r.
approved by Congress, will give to-surface Corvus and air-to-air 630,000 Navy men and 175,000 ASW units. CoY ': r Yi 4

the Navy and Marine Corps 124 Eagle missile, new high speed Marines. There will be the same numberof
million dollars more than pro- sub, surface and air-launched tor- The President said the Navy carrier air groups ((16)) and

posed for during fiscal 1959.I pedoes and ASROC anti-sub would operate'with 864 ships, in- carrier antisub squadrons ((22)

Such money will come' in the I >.t _. operating in 1960 as now, with an With TheToasfmcrsfers
wake of an additional 127.6 mil- increase in the number of patrol /

lion dollars which Ike is proposingto and warning squadrons from 39

carry the two services through to 42.

June 30, thus helping to pay the : 4 9
recent costly crisis in the' Near Editors The 253rd meeting of Officers
and Far East, and the overloadof J' Group Toastmasters. Club was held last

dependent's medical care in Thursday night in the Oriental
civilian hospitals. Given GlimpseOf Room of the "O" Club.

Budget money will be spent on Table topics chairman was

carrying through the Navy's 1960 NAS JaxMembers Don Dougherty, who introducedthe

shipbuilding construction program subject, "Pet Peeves."
which will provide, in additionto of the JacksonvilleArea
a coventially-powered carrier, 4 Business and Industrial Editors Bill Grogan then took over as
Association got a brief toastmaster, introducing a full
17 new.major ships at the cost
of 88.6 million dollars. Some 56 f ,: : .f.fY glimpse Tuesday of how the schedule of speakers. Leadingoff

per cent of these funds wiU pro- area's largest industry, the Unit- was Lou Alaia, speaking' on
vide for ships with better anti- s ed States Navy, conducts its operations "The Medicare Program". Chuck

submarine and fleet afar defense : .. at Jacksonville Naval Neeley followed with "Balanceof
Air Station. Power".

f Escorted on their first official Bill Highsmith then gave his

BrotherhoodWeek tour of the sprawling Naval base, cup winning talk on "High Ca-

the editors toured facilities of pacity, Low Energy", and Ray
Starts 3: cy the vast Overhaul and Repair Mullins completed the meeting

Department, where they witnessed with "Comment of a Job

February 15 Jacksonville's top aircraft technicians Hunter."
_.. -'* m at work; visited the Op- Master evaluator was Don
February 15-22 marks the 1959 KEY MAN John Dixon who has worked in the NAS' erations Tower where they view- Dougherty. Individual evaluatorswere
Jax Key Shop for seven years works over duplicating machine
observance of National Brother- which grinds out a replica of any size and shape key desired. ed the Navy's weather forecasters Frank Muggett, San An-
hood Week, sponsored by the Dixon U a master locksmith who repairs locks on safes, doors at work, and surveyed flight derson, Ed Rosthorne and Max
National Conference of Christ- and pad ixrkt. as well as door jams. landing operations at one of the Bailey.

ians and Jews. pation's busiest airfields.A Guests included Ed Rosthorne,

This year will denote 25th an- tour of one of the Navy's Carter Barron, Duke Ventimieliaand

niversary of a week when Ameri- Shop Holds Many KeysTo foremost flying units, the famous Glen Thomas.
cans renew the resolution to sus- Hurricane Hunters of Airborne
,tain and practice brotherhoodand Warning Four
Early Squadron ,
thus to "reaffirm the high was also included. VA Announces
principles upon which this na- HAS Jax KingdomThere's
Here the group inspected the
tion was founded, and which we, huge Super-Constellation aircraft Tolal To ShareInsurance

as free people, must continuallyseek a place at NAS Jax that can help open new doors used in hurricane reconnaissance,

to make meaningful. for all of us, aid in unlocking many obstacles that daily con- were served refreshments in thepilot' Pot

"The achievement of brother- front us, ease our unhindered opportunity to enter office ready room, were showna
,hood is the crowning objectiveof and workshop each morning, and assist some of us to push movie on Hurricane Reconnaissance More than five million G.I. insurance -

our society," said President freely into our homes at night after a hard day's toil. and sat in on a question policyholders will sharein
Eisenhower, honorary chairmanof Such a place can undoubtedlybe and answer forum.: the $256,000,000 slated for 1959
jams, pins and springs. Over 150
Brotherhood Week. tabbed NAS Jax's not
key spot, dividends, but 937,000will
drawers filled with trink- The editors included
"Our abundant plains and and For this the many group annual melon
why not? place, get a slice of the ,
mountains ets of the locksmith trade, line representatives of such firms as
would yield little if
Key Shop, has more keys locked the Veterans Administration has
it walls of the shop. Prudential Insurance Co., Penin-
wire not for the applied skill within its drawers and hangingon announced.
and energy of Americans work its hooks than Hemming Park Want key cut? Fill out a request sular Insurance Co., Merrill Stev- Included in the 5,235,000 due
ing together, as fellow citizens ens Drydock and Repair Co.,
has starlings on a summer night.A with Public Works' Trouble to receive dividends are about
bound in Blue Cross-Blue Shield, St. Regis
up common destiny
Desk. They have key number holders of National
DAILY of 35 keysare your 4,950,000
continued the President.Disburs'ing average Paper Co., State Farm InsuranceCo.
made or duplicated at the on file at the Key Shop, and ., Independent Life InsuranceCo. Service Life Insurance (NSLI),

Key Shop. Within its portals are reproduction will take place at ., Florida National Bank, St. or V- series; and approximately

Clerk over 40 drawers housing an esti- the grind of a machine.Yes Vincent's Hospital, Southern Bell 285,000 who have U. S. Govern-
mated 10,000 keys, including ones Telephone, Jacksonville Area ment Life Insurance (USGLI),
Ranks DepletedAre with the twist of the series.
to fit keyholes of every lock on Chamber of Commerce, St. Joe or K
you interested in striking the Station i and surrounding wrist, the Key 'Shop can open Paper Co., U.S. Savings' Bonds The 937,000 not due for bene-

for a Disbursing ,Clerk Rating? government housing, areas. new doors for all of us. Office, and Western Union. fits this yeah include:

The requirements are a com- 1) About 716,000 Korean and
However, the shop doesn't restrict .
\lJJ '' '-
bination General Classification :' ::5 l" W! post-Korean Conflict veterans
itself exclusively to keys.
:' .., ..
Test (GCT
) Arithmetic < : *
score ;;: : who hold nonparticipating -
Got troubles (in a jam)? Cometo special
of 95 or over, and 30 months ob- '
the Key Shop. It's the only i NSLI policies.
t"i {
ligated service remaining. : :
place on the Station that over- I 2) About 150,000 servicemenwho
A minimum of two to three hauls door jams. It fixes approximately prior to Jan. 1; 1957, placed
years of high school is required. 1200 a year. their V or K policies under in-
Although not a reguirement, typ- __ service waiver of premium pay-
THE KEY which
Shop operates
ing with bookkeeping or other __ ments and who have not rescinded -
under Public Work's Maintenance
clerical experience is desirable.If 'i such waivers.
Division, also overhauls, locks _
you feel you are qualified, _
and safes It receives requests to 3) About 57,000 NSLI and 7-
see Lt (jg) William McClelland
000 USGLI policyholders who
change at least two safe com-
at. the NAS. Jax Disbursing Of- have extended term insurance in
binations day. 1E%
fice in Building 110. Through the intricate watch- i iv the V and K series, respectively.

I Public repairing-like precision of theShop's 4) About 7,000 veterans who
Meeting On
key men, lock pins are hold .special nonparticipatingNSLI
Schools Set TonightAn changed and safe tumblers ad- insurance because of dis-
justed during the process of lock abilities incurred during WWII.
important meeting concerning -
and safe transformation and
local schools has been scheduled
overhauling.Yes Story Hour Tomorrow To
for tonight
(Thursday) in ..
the Duval County Court House. this place surely plays a r;." Be Held At NATTCenter
The meeting is slated to start key role aboard NAS Jax. Its NATTCenter Officers' Wives

at 1930 in the Board of Education facilities have come to the rescue -: Club is sponsoring a Story Hourin

Room, fifth floor of the new of many a distressed and _YT_ __ ) -" ".. _...._.m..._ the NATTCenter Library tomorrow
Court House. The public is in- embarrassed soul that has com- AFTER THREE DECADES With 30' years In the Nary Friday, in Building 563,
mitted the egregious error of
vited. under his belt Fred Dugger. ADC and his wife Thelma. walk at 1600.
The legislative delegation from locking itself out of house and down steps of NAS Jax Ad Building during piping over ceremonies The Story Hour Is planned for
Duval County will be on hand to home. held recently for Dugger. An owner -oi seven gold hash children of all Miss Iona
marks the chief was formerly leadi\j chief of Operations. He ages.
answer questions and discuss THE KEY Shop is a complexof was also leading chief from 1952-55, at NAS Jax-based VF-62 Nelson, Librarian, will conductthe
laws pertaining to local schools. door knobs, latches, locks, door and VF31. gathering.IIV" .


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February 1959 lAX AIR NEWS Page 7

I 6ND Cage Tourney Set Today At Mainside Gym I

1* Flier Club

TheWATER One Of 10

LINEActivities :I:1U ? In FracasFor

at the indoor swim- j the third straight year

ming pool, Building 614, have and for the fifth year in the
shown an increase in the past last six, NAS Jax"is playinghost
week as people discover that to an an aggressive regalia -
painting and maintenance has of basketball teams vie-

been completed and the pool is ka ing for the 6ND championship,
s back on its schedule, available ; currently underway at Main-
t daily for military and dependent's side Gym.

il swimming.The Winner of the tourney, slated
backlog of Dilbert Dunker '\ fin to end Monday, will meet win
s eligibles has caused the Dunker to ners of the 5, 8, 10 and 12ND
d work overtime, from 1300 to 1430 tourneys for the South Atlantic
each weekday except Thursday. Regional Championship, also to
Thursdays are devoted to survival ,C be held at NAS Jax, from Feb.
s training until 1600. A 1821.

[1g Other activities at the pool are JAX NAVY Fliers, owning a
the Boy's Service Council train- : i 16-9 season record, are battlingfor

1C ing program on Saturday morn- : 6ND cage supremacy against
ings, Red Cross Volunteer Life nine teams-Sanford, Green Covo
e Saving training and Senior Life- READY FOR DISTRICT HARDWOOD MEET A formidable entry in this week's Sixth Springs, Charleston, Atlanta,
guard instruction.A Naval District Basketball Tourney are the home-standing Jax Nary Fliers owners of a 16-9 sea- Mayport, Glynco, Memphis, Key
,s Netherlands Water Polo son slate. The locals, runners-up in the 1958 event, are hoping to unseat Pensacola Navy as 6ND West and defending 6ND and. Re-
cage king. Coach Herb Stovall's last minute check of his 'stable indicatea the squad is at full
Team is expected to practice in strength for start of hostilities today (Thursday). Front row, left to right, are Warren Rouse, Bob gional champs, Pensacola.
y this water arena next week. Jester Harry Womack, Jack Dorman, Chuck Felton and O. C. Foster. Rear. Bevo Stuvall. Al Smith On the Waves ledger, the Jax
g "Hot Dog" Matillo, Charlie Samataro, Bob Crittendon, manager Dick Powell and Stovall. Navy Crackerjax are trying to

b Commencement of Series 59A .. __ ...,. hW"u..__ _'_'AOO'h ,- U __ h___ ____ ___ make it three 6ND tournamentAvfund
,$<'" ? ''' ,:, :: : ,:
Mt. t ,
1 "
competition for the Greater Sets ') .o :" ; championships in a row as they
'i S'R ; ., '
Tony Longo r,<, ': to'
n Jacksonville Sailing Trophy J \ tfx < ;1 contend with teams from Charleston -
s scheduled as a regatta at Mul- 1 <" JAX7 :<. tI and Pensacola.In .
Golf ExhibitionHere I t '.: :< (5 I R''I'S"' < \
berry Cove with the Navy Jax :'i>',: '<' -: '"W : : 1 1t 6ND competition, the Fliers
r tTY.f: )
; 4i" have won the crown three timesin
" Sailing Club as host, was can- Jr.: # ,"
:. : "' 'ILvr i
; '"
celed last week due to unfavor- TomorrowFirst 't.' ':?( :!c: \ ', n.HR} ::f..l'1' \ 'f' "" > "!;Yy the last five years, emerging
i-v I ; )
, able sailing conditions.It fc $f.",..)" .,.:,.. "> *,..., : ,:, 'hi W' .,,, "',.1"...<,;> .".:''I'Y.;:.'*#,.".,' '%$'>. ;'a' victorious in 1954, '56, and '57,
- lap of a two-week free MM* a"*" Jl* J-A**"* ** J"J ii QjCgJfcJJ h 3UT--A !;r. ""A ?'/*>*
while present champs, Pensacola,
a has been rescheduled for golf clinic at the NAS Jax links garnered their other champion-

1400 Sunday, February 15, at the has the frosting put on tomorrow MITTMENDOMWA ship in 1955. Memphis won backin
Rudder Club in Orange Park. (Friday) with the appear- 1953.

At the February meeting of ance of world-famous trick shot LAST WEEK. Coach Herb Sto-

the Navy Jax Sailing Club, a new artist, Tony Longo. I SHOWAT'GLOVES'Sax vall's winsome fivesome defeated
slate of officers was elected to Longo, an international favor- Douglas Ga., 80-50, Old Southern
serve until July of this yea ite, will perform at 1200 and 1600 Navy boxers battled their way to a pair of team Foods, 95-63, and Mayport by
Replacing Major 'Roy Van ,Ropeas to climax the opening week o'f championships and six individual titles in last week's Golden forfeit, but ,lost to Standor

Commodore of the Club was the..._ _Station's________ clinic__n__ _. aimed at Gloves Tourney at the Main St. Arena. Lounge, 91-79, to close out the
Comdr. C. E. Rich, who is hold- familiarizing a host of people with Using the largest'' number of fight, 14 seconds, of any in local Flier's 1958-59 roundball regular
ing this position for the second the links game.Currently entrants among any of the teams GG history. season.
e time, having served as the sec- prepping for an ap- entered in the three-night fistic Regulars on the Fliers are
9t i ond Commodore of the Club in pearance in the National PGA carnival, Flier belters parlayedthis Also, Jessie Davis, 135poundNovice Warren Rouse, Bob Jester, Jack
, 1957. Seniors event at Dunedin, Longo strength into domination of of Jax Navy kayoed Dorman, Dick Savage, Charlie
1, The new Vice Commodore is will test the rugged NAS Jax the annual meet. Richard Mosely of Wilder AC, Samataro, Chuck Felton and Harry -
while 147-pound Novice C. B.
SIt Ensign John Gordon of VA-176; greensward tomorrow morning JAX NAVY and Savannah Bag Robert' Womack. Others on the roster
Johnson was losing to
Rear Commodore is Len La Caz before his exhibitions. and Paper Co. tied with 18 points include Bill Dawson, O.C. Foster,
of Wilder.
e of VA-44; Secreary-Roy Owensof Known for his famous Tango for the Opeh Division i i i team Gaffney Martin Mattillo and Bevo Stuvell.
NAS Band; T r e a sur er-Sam shot, done by strokes from the championship while the Fliers William Davis of Jax Navy Bob Crittendon is not eligible
III Marcum of the 679th AC & W front and rear, Longo will tour were alone at top of the Novice won the 118-pound Novice title for the District Tourney becausehe
I, Squadron and Sailing master, Lt ,he course here with his part heap with 23 points. without fighting while Jack Dor: entered Fleet cage competition. -
'II (jg) Gene Guazzo of VW4. ner Merle Power. The Outstanding Boxer Awardin man of the Fliers lost the heavy- Nine out of 12 Fliers are
Second week of the golfing the Open class went to Jax weight title, also by not lifting a six feet or above.

I,, Daffynlshuns: Newspapermenpeople clinic is slated next week with Navy's veteran Billy Martin, 147- glove. Drawings to decide who will
who work harder than all personnel invited to take ad- pound All-Navy champ. play whom in the first five games

any other lazy people in the vantage of the free lessons given The Gadsden, Ala., native also Don Demeter, prize Dodger today took place at 0900 today,
world. by Jack Harvey, golf pro. won the same honor at last De- prospect, is now at Ft. Chaffee, with the first contest planned to
dIS l cember's Florida AAU bouts. Ark., as an RFA trainee but will begin at 1000 today. Games will
Martin is contemplating turning join the Los Angeles squad for be played at the Mainside Gym
spring training. (AFPS) night through
professional after his Navy dis- every Monday.

rt: charge this summer. .

n MARTIN copped a decision in JAX NAVY 6ND ROSTER
d the finals over rugged E. Grenkeof
NAME No. Ht. Unit Hometown
1- the Beaufort, S.C. Marines.
; Warren Rouse 25 6.6 VP.16 Atlanta Ca.
- Grenke was promptly voted the Bob Jester 24 6.5 Fa. 9 Phil.. Pat
,- outstanding loser trophy. Jack Donnan II 6.5 VP.16 Los Ang., Cat.
Lawrence Howard, sturdy 160- Dick Savage 31 6-3 NAS Jax -
Charlie Samataro 14 6.3 NA TTC. -
o pound Jax Navy veteran, and another Bill Dawson 15 6.2 VF.13 Racine, Wise.
o ; All-Navy champion, made Chuck Felton 21 6'- VF.13 Wheeling. W. Va.
n quick work of Ft. Bragg's Jim., O. C. Foster 22 6' VP.16 New York. N.Y.
my Powell, chilling him at 1:40of : Harry Womack 20 5.7 VF-43 L1lborn. Mo.
r.o Martin Matlllo J2 5.7 NAS Jax Indianapolis. Ind.
r.g I'd.. the first stanza on final night.In Bevo StuvaU 28 5.7 NAS Jax IndlanapoliJ. Ind.

the 118-pound Open class, Coach-Herb Stovall Manager-Dick Powell
,- s Jax Navy's Tom McTigue kayoed
V William Cook of the Beaufort
Marines, in I:40 of the second AGO Pace Cagers I

I.'S round. Aviation Ground Officers School ,
OTHER final night bouts saw came up with a brace of wins in The Storekeepers of AK were
Darrell Cook, fighting for Jax the NATTCenter basketball lea next to fall before AGO, 65-25.
'Sr M, Navy in the 160-pound Novice gue last week and moved intoa I Bob Sophios was high man with
J 4r Division establish local 22, while Anderson help tho
... jACCEPTING a new first place tie with Aviation .
I .'--j'-----.. --1 .- ,, Gloves record when he landed a Fundamentals, both owning 7-1 cause with 21.
SPOILS -Jax Navy boxers fared exceptionallywell right to the jaw of William Mor- marks. The lone game for Aviation
In Golden Gloves boxing last week, sharing first placein of Lackawanna AC four
gan at 'Fundamentals 50-36 win
first win
Novice championship outright. The Ensigns came was a
warfare and winning the
Ifa Glove Open official Bernie Hartley, (left) presents first-place Novice seconds after the fight started. the expense of Support Splinters, over AE I School. Frank Lamonte
team trophy to coach Chuck Phillips. Looking on are front row, The 'blow put Morgan into 55-29, with Ty Anderson getting of AvFund hit the cords for 19
t Bob
: William Davis and C. B. Johnson. Rear, Jessie Davis, "birdie" land for the quickest 20 markers. and scoring honors: ..
Dk ockfon. second and Darrell Cook.



Page 8 JAX AIR NEWS 12 February 1959

I I .r Scouting Squadrons I organization Fund(Continued Drives is included from Page this 1))year

Fasron 109 I for the first time.

An all-hands beer bust was pitting the "Yanks", led by THE SAME policy and procedures -
held at the Skeet Club and the Ltjg( ) "One-legged Fish," and r used here in running last

affair turned out to be a success. the "Rebs", led by "Man Moun- year's Health-Joint Crusade

Potato salad, potato chips and tain Everly." The "Rebs" had drive will prevail' again. This

sandwiches were served with too much overall speed and a. policy provides for voluntary on-
plenty of beverage available.A power,' as they downed the dr b the-job giving and guaranteesthe

football game was organizedClassified "Yanks" 32 to 12. \ right of privacy for Individual -

Arrangements for the party e contributions by the use of

were made by the squadron's sealed envelopes.

j I welfare and recreation board, -v- Personnel will be personally

headed by Ltjg( ) Zimmerman. contacted by a keyman and given

(The Jax Air News is'prohibited A committee of J. D. Gooch, one envelope for the Health
by Defense Department reg- YN3; R. G. Lynch, YN3, and Agencies and another for the
ulations from listing commercial M. C. Keffer, BM3, aided in Joint Crusade. Those contributing -
advertising.Ads making it a success. to the Health drive can

in this column are limitedto Lcdr. W. W. Wooden relieved designate the agency, or agencies,
housing for rent and sale, Lcdr. 'R. F. Wall as executive of their choice, or m a k e one
rooms, lost and found items and officer on January 30. c X'x single contribution to all six
miscellaneous (such as rides agencies.
A hearty welcome aboard to .
wanted and swaps in duty Assignments i8ft3K; V.6i'!:?K2M'*;Sairf.::M.i : 'h: :N\.. \" r."n3azSl 'i:.:z c8''" Plans for the drive have been
) W. C. Littrell B. I. Gib-
). Ltjg UPHOLD TRADITION Typical of a scene being displayed put into motion by the Navy-
bons, AEC; L. E. Gunter, Jr., throughout the nation this week are the three Scouts pictured
No ads are taken by phone, AMC; W. A. Raab, AE3; L. H. here. The trio, all brothers and members of Scout units epon- Duval Steering Committee,which
all must be submitted Person- Truluck SK2 T. W. Short AN sored by NAS Jax have set up a camp site near the St. Johns represent all participating units.
ally or by man The Jax Air ; River and are preparing to cook a meal. Left to right,are. Eagle Capt. Kenneth R. Wheeler, NAS
News reserves right to edit all and R. N. Parris, DCFA, who Scout Gary, Cub Scout Lawrence and Boy Scout David all sons Jax and ComNabSix Supply Officer -
reported aboard during January. of M/Sgt. and Mrs. David Wright of the Marine Air Detachment.
ads.Deadline CC Young Lawrence, too young for camping, looks on wistfully. and Charles Field, Super-
for ads each week 'is visory Production Control Specialist -
Tuesday at 1200). at NAS Jax O&R
are co-
Newcomers reporting in recently -
For Rent Station Staunch Friend chairmen.
are: J. C. McMeekin,
3-Bdrm. unfurn. home. $85., AMHAA; O. R. Wright, AN; UNITS TAKING part in the
5111 North Firestone Rd, SP- R. F. Lavoie, AN; G. E. Weales, fund drive include Fleet Air

1-0793. AN, and R. E. Van Meter, Of Scouting MovementNAS Jacksonville, NAS Jax, NATT
3-Bdrm. home, kit. equip. 4729 I ACWAN. Center, Fleet Air Wing Eleven,
Blanding Blvd. SP 1-1108. Naval Hospital, NARTU, NAS
Furn. I Lt. Junious Shipman, Jr., one Jax the 94 Scouts in three units
Duplex Apt. one bdrm. joins sponsoredby Cecil Field,NAAS Mayport,Navy
Wesconnet Blvd. SP 1-1106. $75. of the "Old Hurricane Hunters", the Station this week in observing the 49th anniversaryof Fuel Depot, Navy Area Audit

4-rm. Duplexelec. kit. 2 bdrms. left Shipman the squadron has made last many week.low-Lt. ...the_LL.Boy_ Scouts___.__,_of__.America.. __,_ l_ .______ Office, Resident Industrial Man-
$85. 5539 Catona St. SP 1-0698 faxing a prominent rOle in ager's Office
Navy-Marine Corps
18 Robert Schussler
level penetrations into a majorityof through years. -
after of wholesome
6 p.m. promotion recrea- Reserve Center
Training Navy-
is advisor the Com-
4-rm. furn. gar. apt. 1218 Chal- hurricanes that have occurredin tion and training for thousandsof to group. Marine Corps Recruiting Office,
mittee chairmen for NAS Explorer -
len Ave., EV 9-0291. the last three years. young men throughout the nation DOD Household Goods Field Office ,
activities Horace
3-Bdrm. unfurn. kit. Scouting in America had its are AbneyGeorgeFoster ,
Enlisted men leaving VW-4 and Lambert Vogel. Navy Exchange; ComNabSix -
Wert Ave. EV 9-5913. beginning February 8, 1910. It 679th USAF, Naval Air Mo-
soon are: Clive Hope, AD3; .
3-Bdrm. compo furn. washer, was chartered by Congress 16 bile Training Detachment, Navy
TV. 4 ml to NAS. 6031 SeaboardAve. David Spurgeon, AN; Mark years later. Scouting had its beginning The 41 members of Cub Pack Training Devices, Disease Vector

SP 1-4167. Autry, $75. Creasy, AA; F. D. Perez, AT3; in England. 131, ranging in age from eight to Control Center and Sixth ND
4-Rm. turn apt. 1220 Challen O. J. Boyland, AT3; W. J. Clem- SCOUTING has been an active 11 years, have been active in a Print Shop.'Pop' V
Ave. EV 9-0291. function at NAS Jax since the number of community projects.I
ents, AE3; C. L. Christensen, '
4Rm.turn home,close to NAS. organization of Troop 131 in October Some of these activities .are col-
AT2; D P. Maddox, AT2, andJ. lecting Christmas toys for'under- Burns
5934 Firestone Rd. SP 1-2145. of 1948. The 20 boys com-
2-Rm. furn. apt. $45. 1115 Lane B. Gulsby, ADI. posing the charter troop were priviledged children for the Junior

Ave. EV 4-6302. Welcome to new additions, under the leadership of Wallace Chamber of Commerce, distributing To Retire

4-Rm.. unfurn. apt. kit. equip. Ricky, born January 27 to Lt. Baxter, the troop's first Scout- Civil Defense posters and
2902 Cherokee master. family outings. (Continued from )
Ave. (Ortega) EV- and Mrs. Werner Mundt, and Page
9-5326. Explorer Scout Post 131 aboard THE PACK is devided into six tirement Is definitely a "first" for
Ward member of the
For Sale Kelly new the Station, organized in June of dens, besides the '"Webelos" den the Jax Naval Air Reserve Trains -

3-Bdrm., 2 bath Masonry. family of Lt. and Mrs. Walter 1952, is composed of 11 young which prepares older cubs a s ing Unit.

Equity and assume loan. 3835 Wright. men ranging in age from 15 Tenderfoots in the Boy Scouts THERE IS another noteworthy

Rodby Dr. (Cedar Hills). SP- While Den One is for boys livingin "first" included in the Burns

1-0713. Dewey Park, Den Two is for story a record probably unequalled -
: >
3-Bdrm. kit. equip. Equity. i. ; the Azalea Trailer Park, Dens in the history of the Naval

Dishmaster and Garbage Disposal. Four and Five are for the Of,I Reserve and Naval Air Reserve.
Venetia Terrace. 6304 Com- ficer's Housing area aboard the The Navyman has not been lateor
modore Dr. SP 1-0689. Station. absent from a drill during his

MiscellaneousRideWanted The den mothers for post 131 approximate 22 years of service."Pop" .

from Beach are, Mrs. Barbara Price, Mrs as he is popularly call-
0700-1500, Lynch. CH 9-2880 or Ruth Beck Mrs. Madalene Jen
ed, served with NARTU's Admini-
ext 8643.
nings, Mrs. Agnes O'Neil, Mrs strative ,Unit, Air Wing Staff 74
Ride-Wanted 0800-1630. Park Mary Tood and Mrs. Sarah Bry from December 1950 until his
St. Thetis English, ext 220 or 235. ant. The "Webelos" den, consist recent career completion. Prior to

Ride-Wanted from Five Pts. y n"y ing of ten-and-a-half-year old this duty, he was a member of

to Chaplain's office, 08001630.ext Cubs from all the ,dens, is headedby Jax Naval Reserve Squadron

8146. Martin. 8 ... RY;. z.. .. ; Us ..., .I Walter Chaffin.Scoutmaster VPML 56 from '1947 to 1950.
1-Bdrm. furn. home, 5561 101st for Troop 131 i s BEGINNING of his career dates

\ St. $75. EV 8-2766. J > a .:: k Harold Wilson, AEC. Assistinghim back to 1915, at which time he
Ride-Wanted from Cedar : in directing the troop's ac enlisted in the Navy Militia for a

Hills to NATTCenter, Bldg. 501. tivities are Lonnie i Richburg, short period, followed by two

0715-1555. Crosby, ext 8511. AKC, Bill Hornsby, HM1, Comdr.Robert years duty in the Coast Geodetic

ATI with 20 mo. shore duty Anthony and James Ma Survey Service in the capacity
wants swap with anyone in Jax gee, AO1. Committee chairman i s of a Hydrographer, or more
with John Loftus, AEC. specifically, a navigator on water.
area same approx time for _._...._. ,
:i:>i&Z ; a.caoaraxvoaoy..r: ;: <+>x'.w' ::
VR-1 Patuxent --- AMONG activities for Because of his faithful Naval
River. SP 1-3635. JAYCEES SEEK MEMBERS NAS Jax executive officer. planned
Comdr. Grayston H. Weber, receives first-hand information on a the troop is the annual fund service over the preceding years,
Although France is known as new membership drive to be conducted by the Jacksonville raising campaign in June, the an Chief Burns will receive approximately
an agricultural nation, J3 per Junior Chamber of Commerce among officers of various branchesof nual Boy Scouts versus NAS $120 per month, which, as
the service at NAS Jax. At left is Dick Hutchinson.
cent of all French presidentof Waves softball and the he coments, "Gives
farms arc less game a mighty good
the Jaycees and right is Lt (Ug] ) Percy Overman. VAP-62. "
than 25 acres. Scout Circus in April.A feeling.
membership drive chairman. *

I Jax Jaycees Seeking Officer MembersThe Echockotce week-long on Doctor's stay Lake at Camp nea Pay Retention *

Orange Park is enjoyed by mem (Continued from Page)
Jacksonville Junior Chamber ficers of various branches of the grams. The organization is com bers of the troop each summer, satisfactory. "The same depart-

of Commerce will launch a service here at NAS Jax, it was posed of young men between the in addition to an outofstatetrip. ment" for our employees means
drive for new members from the revealed. ages of 21 and 36 who want to Navy Department.

Naval Air Station with a special The United States Junior I meet these goals. It seems that NAS Jax-basec When the two-year salary retention -
meeting Feb. 18 at the Officers, Chamber of Commerce is an servicemen are Scout-minded, period is terminated or
The local Jaycee club is the
Club. organization founded for the pur- since 12 NATTCenter Navymenand completed, his rate of pay will
The initial drive .will be concentrated pose of leadership training third largest of 3,200 affiliated 14 Marines at MAD serve In be adjusted to a rate within his

among ranks, of the of- through civic betterment pro- with the National organization. some capacity with area Scouting I: grade.