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: March 17, 1960
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( 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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Study Shipbuilding Needs

Top Study Group

Here For ConfabA

group of engineers, scientists and industrial leaders

from universities and industry, along with a party of top

I Adm. Burke Adm. Russell Vice Adm. Beakley Vice Adm. : Navy officers, begin arriving at the Naval Air Station todayfor
__4 r a ten-day study of the Navy's shipbuilding needs which

begins Friday.
full departure honors.
Given the title of "Operation
Poseidon," the study is under the The science and research group

sponsorship of the Chief of Naval will study present and ,future
composition of the fleet and its
Operations and held under au-
spices of the National Academyof future shipbuilding and moderni-
Sciences and National Research zation plans. Also to be studied
Council. will be possible developments in
new types of ships. All of the
AMONG FIRST to arrive will
studies will be conducted behind
be Admiral Arleigh Burke, Chiefof
closed doors, it was announced.
Naval Operations, who will officially -

open the conference at FOLLOWING a welcome aboard

0900 Friday. lie will depart the message from Rear Adm. Kenneth

I Vice Adm..A sUng Adm. Pirie i k- Vice Adm. Hayward Lt. Gen. Munn --- Station about 1330 Friday amidst Craig, Commander Fleet Air
Jacksonville and Commander

Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval Dis-

Aye Tis Sad trict, Admiral Burke, Mr. T. E.

: Shea, vice president of Western

Jf1X PiiniI..3eW Electric Co., who is chairman of

St. Patrick the committee, and Rear Adm. E.

W. Grenfell, project coordinator,

.-. .. I. will brief the group.
Was A ScotBe .
The program, which begins Fri-

gosh and begorra Vol 18 No. 2 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 17 March 1960 day afternoon, will include a

it is St. Patricks Day and all I series of studies that will occupy
minute of theparticipants'
Irishmen and would be Irish ACADEMY'SATHLETES practically every
time including day
are a blaze with wearin' of
y and night sessions.In .
the <\q
How did this day get it's start? : addition to Mr. Shea, the

Well, actually it commemoratesthe r4 study group will consist of Rich-
anniversary of St. Patrick's DUE HERE ard G. Folsom, president of Rens-

death on March 17, 493 AD. selaer Polytechnic Institute; Ed-
Approximately 100 athletes from win B. George, economist, Dun
CELEBRATIONS were held for N 4 fFi. Naval Academy varsity sports
/ 4M and Bradstreet; Ivan A. Getting,
years in Ireland where he is the squads will invade the Naval Air vice president, Research and En-

Patron Saint, but the first cele- Station next week to hold their gineering, Raytheon Manufacturing -

bration in the United States. was Easter vacation spring drills. Company; Daniel C. Hickson,

held in Boston in 1737. Aspirants for positions on the vice president, Bankers Trust

Since that time the day's fes- Academy's"varsitrbaseball; ten- Company; Frederick L. Hovde,

tivities have spread throughoutthe nis, golf, lacrosse and track president of Purdue University;
land and the day has many teams will move for conditioningunder E. L. Katzenbach, executive sec-

parades. Biggest parade of them the Florida sun after being retary of the Study Group, Na-
all is held each year in New .1:. confined indoors due to unusuallybad tional Academy of Sciences; C. W.

York City. weather. The athletes will LaPierre, executive vice presi-

But a quick glimpse into his be here from March 24 through dent, General Electric Company;

life brings to light the fact that 27. Rear Adm. (Ret) Paul F. Lee,
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St. Patrick was not an Irishmanbut WHILE HERE the Middies, former Chief of Naval ;
a Scotsman. mann, ADL (right) is doing his part to keep the Navy in the always strong contenders in all: Vice Adm. (Ret) Earle W. Mills,

WHEN HE was 16 he was cap- family-and the family in the Navy I After expounding the sports, will vie against various former Chief of Bureau of Ships;
tured by Irish marauders from merits of the Naval Air Reserve to his son Herbert, (left) the college and independent squadsin Morrough P. O'Brien, Dean of
"Weekend Warriors" added the Friedmann name to the growing all phases of competition.The Engineering, University of Cali-
his home at Kilpatrick, Scotlandand list of members. The NARTU Jax enlistment took place in a recent
fornia C. R. Soderberg, institute
sold as a slave. ceremony, after which young Friedmann was assigned to Academy's baseballers, de- ;
Attack Squadron 741 which drills one weekend a month. fending Eastern College League professor, formerly Dean of En-
He was held in slavery for six Instituteof
will Jacksonville gineering, Massachusetts
champs, engage
years and learned to speak the the latter's field Technology; T. F. Walkowicz,
Celtic language. He then escapedto Health Crusade Drive University on
March 24 and will clash with aeronautical engineer on the staffof
England where he entered a. ,
Laurence Rockefeller and exe-
in double headeron
Florida State
monastery to study for the priest the Station on a March 26. Dia- cutive secretary of Air Force
Entering Final DayWith mond frays with other clubs are Scientific Advisory Committee,
After 18 years of study, he returned being planned. and William Webster, presidentof
to Ireland and introducedthe but one day remaining, unit chairmen have instructed New England Electric System.
country to the faith. He their keymen to make an all-out resurvey for last-minute contribu- On March 26, the Middies' ten-
THE ROSTER of officers, in
preached and taught and per- tions in order to raise the percentage of participation among per- nis combine will oppose Florida
Admiral Burke Includes
addition to -
formed miracles sonnel in the National Health State here, and will tackle Rollins
many throughout Agencies and Joint Crusade fund
Adm. J. S. Russell, Vice
here March 27.
Ireland.He raising campaign.Goal on
Chief of Naval Operations Vice
in the drive has been 100 at NAS Jax. Squadron personnel GOLF MATCHES have been ;
12 times
was captured by Adm. B. L. Austing, Deputy Chiefof
donated $606, nearly five times scheduled to date with San Jose
the Druids and once chained and percent participation by militaryand Naval Operations for Plans and
condemned to death. civilian personnel of 23 Navy more than last year. Country Club March 25; a three- Policy; Vice Adm. W. M. Beak-

MANY traditions are associated activities in the Jax area. Health agencies included in the way match at NAS with Jackson- ley, Deputy CNO for Fleet Opera-
"IT IS NEVER too late ville U., FSU on March 26; and
with St. Patrick. One that is to give, drive are American Cancer So- tions and Readiness; Vice Adm.R. .
considered to be authentic con- declared a campaign spokesman. ciety, Muscular Dystrophy Asso- against Rollins at NAS, March 27. B. Pirie, Deputy CNO for Air;

cerns the shamrock.In "Jacksonville Navy has never ciation, National Society for Crip- The famous Academy crew will Vice Adm. R. E. Wilson, Deputy

an effort to explain to the failed to meet the challenge to pled Children and Adults, United ply the St. Johns against Jax U. CNO for Logistics; Vice Adm. J.

Irish people the mystery of the this annual appeal for Health and Cerebral Palsy, and National Society March 25 and against Rollins and T. Hayward, Deputy CNO for De-

Trinity, St. Patrick plucked a Joint Crusade funds and I feel for Prevention of Blindness. (Please turn to Page 6, CoL 1)) (Pleas turn to Page 6, Col. 5))
that in the few hours left, those
shamrock and said that the three

sons leaves of represented the Trinity the and three that per-the who search have their not hearts"contributed and contribute will I Pet Owners Must Reregister Animals I

their fair share, he said. -
stem on which they grew repre- March is pet reregistration month
sented the godhead and was typi- "It's a matter of conscience. and all pets aboard the Naval year. M. Payne, stresses the fact that

cal of the unity of three in one. These agencies cannot continue to Air Station must be reregisteredin Fowls and animals, other than all pets who have not been reregistered
I. serve the needs without our help. dogs and cats, may not be brought in accordance wih the
Another story that doesn't have accordance with provisions of
A citizen should need
good no
aboard unless specifically auth- instruction will be picked up and
much credulity revolves around NAS Jax
prodding to donate to such orized by the executive officer. impounded by Station police.
banishment of snakes from '
worthy causes, he added. Pets, that is dogs and cats, All persons desiring to reregister -
Ireland. All the snakes had left He also points out the fact
ALTHOUGH RECORDS are far belonging to persons residing on a dog must show positive
the country, so goes the story, from complete, honor of the lar- the Station and Dewey Park evidence that the dog has been that two nearby veterinarianshave

except one serpent gest single individual sub-unit to must be reregistered with the inoculated against rabies dur- advised him that the fee for:.

In order to dispose of this crea- reach 100 percent participationgoes Pass and Identification Office ing the current calendar year. inoculating a pet again rabies Is

(Please turn to Page 6, Col. 2)) to Attack Squadron 44, based Building 9, during March of each The Security Officer, Lcdr. T. three dollars.

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1- ,90--2 JAX AIR NEWS 17Muchll


JtI -9 KNOW FILE WHERETO TAX? Sea power Program Is

NAS, Jacksonr!!! Servicemen and women may A To Information

C.pt. James R. Reedy............................................................... Commanding Officer have a choice of where to file Key
Comdr. Robert Nelson ............................,... ...........,..,......................Executive Officer their Federal income tax re-
NAB Six; Fleet Air Jacksonville I turns. The first in a series of articles adapted from CNO's Sea POWer
Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig .......................rt............................................... Commander Those who have a legal residence Navy and Your Future." The is
"Your program
C.pt. Grayston H. Weber ..........,..........................,..............,. Chief of Staff, Fairfax program Naval personnel as wtll as the public directed
principal place of toward keeping informedand
C Nelson' or
pt. M. Head Chief of Staff, NAB Six aware of the vital present and future roles and missions
Fleet Air. Wing Eleven business should file their returns of

Capt. Robert M. Milner ............................................................................ Commander with District Director of the Navy.A .
Capt. Charles L lambing .....................................,...................... Chief Staff Officer Internal Revenue for the dis- 30-minute presentation, with script and colored slides, is
Naval Air Technical Training Center available for scheduling to a group by a well-informed Navy
Capt. Robert J. Fleming ______________________ Commanding Officer trict in which their legal residence speaker. For further information, contact Seapower Liaison Officer
Comdr. Gerald R. Pearson ...........................................................t Executive Officer or principal place of ,
Naval Hospital. business is located. extension 272.Among .,

Cept. Alton C. Abernethy .................................,..,................... Commanding Officer Persons who have the world's nearly three billion people, we are
Capt..John G. Feder ......,............................,.................................... Executive Officer no legal What makes us different?
NARTU residence or principal place of unique.

Capt. F. H. Holt ........................................................................ Commanding Officer business in any internal revenue We are free citizens living in portant we are depends
C lmdr. H. Hudglni ..................................................... Executive Officer district should file with the free world. But, if some peo- well informed on how
we are.
Printed commercially with the District Director in Balti- ple have their way, we may become -
non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida
experne to the government and In compliance/ with NAVEXOS P-95 Rev. July at 1958.no more, Md.Address. members of a vanishingnationality. AS .A PART of being kept informed

Distributed fret of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, of the local District As long as we live let us examine our na-
Navel Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air Director is400 W. Forsyth St., tional defense posture and the
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hoipttal. in the free world, we are important -

Service I .formation! .Officer .................... Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnte Jr. Jacksonville. as individuals. Just how im- present and future role of our
''ssntant :Service: Information Officer ....... .......,.. Andrew H. Planey Navy.In .
Editor-Gordon Robbie Staff Reporters-Mae Spencer, J02 Gene Hagan, JOSK 1848, when the Communist
Sam Bowman, SA. Photographer-Rouoe Carter, PH3.
The Jax Air News la a member of the Armed forces Press Service. Material Manifesto was published, less
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit It given. photographs, than one per cent of the world's
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photographs. population was Communist. Today -
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone extensions -
one-third of the
8164, 656, 272 or 216. world'speople
live under the Communist

Joint Crusade Builds yoke.
Bridge Since WWII, the Communist

Empire has engulfed more than

Of Hope For World's five times as many people as
Needy \I .. there are in the United States

S .J and real estate twice the size of
(In order to acquaint personnel with the Federal Service Fund ., the U.S. This empire occupies a

Raising Campaign for National Health Agencies and Joint Crusade, great land mass requiring only
the Jax Air News is publishing facts and figures of agencies in- ,. .' overland transportation and com-

volved. Today we discuss the agencies of the Joint Crusade.) V 1.' munication.ON .

Americans have always been known for a deep sense of hu- ..: /. THE OTHER hand, the

manity. As Americans! we enjoy the tradition of sharing our mate- -. :: Free World is an oceanic coalition
rial and spiritual benefits with our fellow men at home and abroad. 4 ti..: S7:. bound together militarilyand

Three American agencies dedicated to human welfare overseas ,' economically, by the seas.
are included in the 1960 Federal Service Joint Crusade campaign -fI J Most of our trade is across the

being conducted at the same time as the fund-raising appeal for seas-all of our potential enemiesare
National Health Agencies. across the seas.

These three voluntary; agencies-CARE, Crusade for Freedom and I : iw Threat to the 'Free World involves .

American-Korean Foundation-brIng voluntary aid to those who are cold war, limited or local
hungry and destitute, both in body and spirit, throughout the world. wars, and all-out wars. Our

90 YEARS FEDERAL SERVICE Capt. James R. Reedy, 'armed forces must be ready to
CAREIn NAS Jax commanding officer, presents a 30-year Federal Service with the military aspectsof
tiny villages of Pakistan, when CARE pin to Norman Cole Sr. (left) Inspector, Quality Control DI. cope
powder first reached undernourished school children packages of milk vision, O&R and Percy Pike, (right) Avionics Electrician at this at all times. Cold war
youngsters -and teachers, too-thought the milk came many from the O&R, for their faithful service. Capt. Robert E. Clements, Assistant crises have presented frequent
In America. This wondrous vision of the U. S. as a land of where trees O&R Officer, also stood by to offer congratulations. problems, while all-out nuclear
even milk grows on trees has had its counterpart among children Seeber Long of O&R also received a 30-year pin but was not war presents a problem even l
and adults CARE has helped to feed the world But present for the ceremonies. '
understand now though it may never occur.
the miracle springs from the generosity of America'
people. It comes through CARE's food crusade. Today, Communist leaders 'I'
Three At O&R
in Refugee orphans, disaster victims, the hungry, and the hopeless know that if they start an all-
areas from Haiti to Hong Kong, 'Poland
and West inviting
Germany to out nuclear war they are
Iran and Korea, are among those you feed by
your contribution
CARE. A note in the language of the country explains the packages to Service PinsA mass destruction upon themselves
came from friends in the U. S. A. through our retaliation, there-

total of 90 years federal service has been compiled by by jeopardizing' the entire future
CRUSADE FOR FREEDOMA three NAS Jax O&R employees. To commemorate this service, of Communism. Why should they

woman in Poland recently told a Western reporter how she Capt. James R. Reedy, commanding officer, presented 30 hazard all their ill-gotten gainson

ade feels for about Freedom."I Radio. Fee Europe's broadcasts, supported by the Crus- year pins to each of the employees last Fridav.., a suicidal risk?
THE PINS were given under
AT PRESENT all-out
have but one wish," she said "and that is that the people provisions i of the Incentive ceived his pin for seven years ,
at Radio Free Europe are given thanks from its listeners! for work- Awards program of the Civil Naval service, three years and seems unlikely, but limited wars
ing for us. We assure them that this important work is a great nine months offer a persistent threat that
help and hope for us in our heavy: life; it is a help for today, and Service Commission which pro- employment with the might well continue for the rest
a hope for the future." vides recognition of employeeswho Administration and 19
of our
(of our lives and the lives
This woman is just one of 76,000,000 captive people in five Iron have rendered long and faith., years and three months at NAS children.
Curtain countries All denied ful service to the Federal Jax.
are rights of a free radio and a free govern-
press. To these people Radio Free Europe is the main link with the ment. Percy Pike, Avionics Electri- The Comunists have been very
free world, the leading source of undistorted news and information.RFE cian, served 21 future.
All Federal service, militaryand years in the Navy careful not to risk their
is a private network supported by the American people civilian, is honored in com- and has been employed at NAS At Suez: they threatened Britain
through their contributions to the Crusade for Freedom. RFE gives puting service longevity for this Jax for nine years. and France with "rockets." At
Americans an opporunity to fight the big lie with the big truth. retaliation.At .
Seeber talked
purpose. Long served six : they
By supporting the Crusade for Freedom you are no only sending in the years Quemoy they again threat-
NORMAN Army Air :
truth to millions of captive people; you are also helping to check Inspector two years ,
the spread of Communism, which threatens free people everywhere.AMERICAN.KOREAN in Quality Control Branch, re- in the Navy and was employed ened war. And, most recently
by the Treasury Dept. for six there has been sabre rattling

FOUNDATIONA months; the Post Office for four over Berlin.

man called "Pop" by 50 kids must this month decide which years and three months; Naval But, there is a big difference
of the 50 will have a chance to go'to school this coming year and I TOWNCRIER. Gun Factory, one year; NAS Pen- between talking. a war and fighting
thereby escape the tragedy of illiteracy and ignorance in Korea. sacola six months, and NAS Jax when
one. In each case,
This man, his name is Hong Soo Lee and he runs a, home for 16 years.
Korean War Orphans, has a real problem for it takes money to The Communist threats were met
send a kid to school, even the primary grades, in Korea. And Lee through Friday with decisiveness backed by
doesn't have much money. at Fairfax Theatre, Herschel St. Curtain Marine Wives To Meet ,
2030. Lt. Duke military strength and U. S. sea-
Right now, as a matter of fact he has only enough to send a Ventimlglia of VA-44 Next regular meeting of the
handful of his charges to school. 'The others, he says, "will prob- co-itan. Marine Career Wives Club will power, the Communists backed
ably never get the chance." Boys Baseball School Saturday from be Monday, March 21 at the MAD I down.

The reason for the education of these waifs means so much to 0900-1200 at Brentwood Park. Instruction office, Building 572, at 1930. (To be continued)
Lee is that he knows how the Communist Koreans for
to the north boys eight 13 yean old. Plans for
exploit ignorance turning it to their own ends. "Education will i in Seminole Hotel Saturday installation of new '
the long run be our best weapon against Communism," he declared. Meeting of Air Traffic Controllers.at 1830, officers will be discussed. The We sent a poem to an editor ;

The American-Korean Foundation is a non-profit agency organized Frank McDermott, executive director Speaker ; of F new 1.. officers will take over April and wrote: "Let me knoW at
solely to help rehabilitate Korea, whose land and people I the association once if you will use it, as we have )
have been devastated by war Let's build a permanent bridge of other irons in the (
friendship understanding and cooperation between Koreans and I IAmericans Small Boat Handling Classes-Saturday, Smallest man
by supporting the American-Korean Foundation.. 0830 .t 333 Riverside Ave. the sailor who we know of is{ The editor replied: "Remove
slept on his
watch. irons, insert poem." J

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Girls led the new arrival at the Naval .

Hospital recently, with 11 tiny little 'Pay Raise Hearings It is noted that no action by

gait "checking In" along with 10 boyt. i Scheduled To Begin Congress is needed if the Civil

Lone arrival February 19 was Nell Div i "Exploratory" hearings by the Service Commission approves of

Shawn, to Kenneth Moffatt, SKI, and a. pi Senate Civil Service Committeeon the regulations.

Mrs. Moffatt. .
whether a pay raise for the

Three newcomers come Into the world government's classified and postal Health Insurance

February 20. They were Larry Alan, to workers would be justified this
1 Rates AnnouncedThe
Marcelino Abutln, SN, end Mrs. Abutln year have been delayed by the

Melden Ann, to Fonzle Bowden, AE2, civil rights debate. following premiums for

end Mrs. Bowden, and Kimberly Ann, to ss Using the "exploratory" approach government employees to pay ona

Paul White, AD2, and Mrs. White. a at, ; e a+i ,,: a aa :\t rather than hold hearings biweekly basis for the new

Diana Jeane was born February 21 to on particular raise bill, health insurance program that
I. any pay
Corpl. and Mr. Lloyd Foster. Five tiny the committee will look Into the begins in July have been set by

tots arrived on the birthday of our the Civil Service Commission:
recent pay raise for steel workers -
country's first president. An employee enrolled for self
to see just what the steel union I
alone will $1.30 for self and
These were Edward Alan, to Charles received in the way of fringe : pay ;
I family $3.12 female for self and
Redner, DCI, and Mrs. Redner; Crystal RESERVISTS HERE benefits in addition to added salary ;
Taking time out from their flight family which includes non-de-
Shannon, to James McCready, AEI, and assignments are crew members of a P2V Neptune patrol bomber The group will then deter- i
Mrs. AkCready; Dewayne Victor, to David flown by VP-732 here for its annual two-weeks training duty. mine whether classified workers pendent husband. $4.42.
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t Smith, SD2, and Mrs. Smith, and William The squadron flies back to its home base at NAS Grosse lie, should get a similar raise. i
Mich. (near Detroit) tomorrow. Front row, (left to right) Leslie Future Bright For
s Page, to McCrary Surles, AD1, and Mrs Warnke, ATN3; Sheldon Haglund, ADRI Darrell Burdetie, The hearings, which are expected -

s Surles. AOlj Joseph Meldlinger. ADR2, and Robert Holbrook, AEM2. to begin this week or Younger EmployeesMore

Also born February 22 was Mary Jane, Rear, Lt. James Schaefer: Lcdr. Marvin Holloway; Lt. Joseph next, must be finished by April programs to train career
Sedgewich; Lt. Stephen Balogh, and Joseph McPherson
5 to William Williams, RD3, end Mrs. Wil 30 at the latest. Congress is due white collar employees for executive -

liams. Robert Kenneth was born February to adjourn, by July 1 and it is level jobs!

23 to Julian Bradberry, DT3, and Mrs. Grosse lIe Reservists essential that hearings be sched- That's what President Eisen-

t Bradberry uled as soon as possible.: hower has directed in order to

Other arrivals that day Included: Thomas Near End Of Jax VisitReserve develop promising career em-

. William II, to Thomas Killian SFN2, and Revisions In RIFs ployees as replacements for the

.ss Mrs Killian, and Leah Camille, to WilLiam officials who will
squadron VP-732 will leave NAS Jax tomorrowafter Sought By GroupThe many top career
Taylor, All end Mrs. Taylor. retire in the immediate years
two weeks active
spending duty training with VP-5 Civil Service Commissionhas

a Four youngsters breathed their first under the operational control of Commander Fleet Air proposed a number of revi- ahead.
Civil Service Commission Chair-
y on February 24. They were: Thomas Wing Eleven. I I
in reduction-in force
sions the -
The exercises include rocket Roger Jones declared that
1- Duane, to Lt. and Mrs Robert Brown; They will return to their homesin I of the : man
and bombing practice water procedure government than two-thirds of the
over more top
Donna lea, to Donald Phelps, AB2 and Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana would
These proposals :
and celestial navigation flights executives will be eligible for
Mrs. Phelps LaVon Michelle, to A3/C and after having performed their mis-
e and 1, Stop the use of "bumping"when
joint submarine exercises by 1970. The turnover
Mrs. John Roberts, and Page Darnell, to sions in an outstanding manner. is demoted
with components of the regular an employee these top level personnelis
1y Pfc. and Mrs. Jerry Thomas. The squadron is based at NAS among
] Grosse He Mich.PROFESSIONAL. Navy operating in the coastal because of the change in gradeof going to be "much too much"
. area. his job caused by applicationof Jones said.

.5.1e observers said The primary mission of a patrol new job standards, correctionof Which means there would be a

es the "citizen sailors" met all stand- squadron in the present day Navyis erroneous job classification or lot of promotion opportunitiesfor

ards and showed once again that to detect, track and destroy a lessening of responsibilities. younger civil service em-

. Reservists can and do blend in submarines. VP-732 utilizes the 2. Continue "bumping" rights ployees.
al rapidly with their regular coun- P2V-5 model "Neptune" which is for employees whose job Is M

ur terparts in the prosecution of equipped with a large amount of downgraded because, an agency BLS Begins Survey

antisubmarine warfare. modern electronic equipment andis reorganization program. .
tots The White House has indicatedthat
powered by two Wright 3. Compute seniority more pre-
The reserve training programis reciprocating Congress should wait until
engines and two cisely. In determining retention
ar an economical way to keep a next year when Bureau of Labor
nt ready core of defenders on tap I Westinghouse jet engines.It rights in a RIF seniority Is the Statistics figures are available to

.ar against any emergency and also is designed to destroy sub- governing factor but no distinction determine what equitable gov-

en provides a means for young men marines and the operation of it ,is made in seniority between ernment salary adjustments

without previous military exper- and all its complex equipment employees where the differencein i should be made at this time.

ience to make profitable use of a requires highly trained, qualifiedand their total service Is less than
The Bureau of Labor Statisticshas
rs six i months. This would be
fraction of their time
spare skillful personnel at all times.
\\1- learning skills that may help to changed to figure seniority to the started such a comprehensivesurvey

ng of life and : actual number of days of 'work of government salaries as
preserve our way
lv- broadening their own experience.I BANK ISSUES rather than by half-year periods. dustries.they compare with private in-

4. Prevent part-time employeesfrom
reue SUPPLY Personality of OPERATING here under com- CHECK RULESThe The Bureau will make a detailed -
fulltime workersin
the month for March is Robert mand of Comdr Patrick J, Con- "bumping" study of 77 different types of
ley Lanqille of Machine Records Barnett National Bank a RIF.
cannon the squadron conducted jivernment jobs and compare
ins Division. Facility aboard the Station 5. Grant employee at least five
realistic wartime exercises de- their salaries with those of priv-
the has issued a request for per- days' advance notice before startof ate in 80 cities.
signed to improve squadrons industry The
SelectedSupply's I sons to cash only their own reduction-in-force action.
vat Langille a
combat readiness as a land based first report will be issued In

ars patrol squadron. checks. 6. Halt use of RIF proceduresin November and new' surveys will

hat March The practice of presentingother furloughing employees for less be made available each November -

est Melody Mal To Play people's checks to be than 10 days. after,that.
cashed or deposited is to be
our *
7, Give Civil Service Commis-
Honor EmployeeSupply Melody Mal and his Country discontinued, reports the bank.

Personality of the Squires will again provide music Deposits may be mailed to sion appeal officers more au- New System Seen
check RIF
ery Month for March is Robert Lan- for the March 24 Birthday Party the bank. Details on this from thority In to cases agency where jobs pro-are For Personnel DataA

Ire. gille of Machine Records Divisionof and Dance at NATTCenter. The any bank employee. grams abolished. certain percentage of Fed-

'ain NAS Jax Supply Dept. monthly party is in honor of eral employees are about to face

At those celebrating birthdays dur- Y'q Y '#s/. F i. ..Y 6/AY( analysis by machine and becomea
ion. Langille, employed as a super- ing that month.If set of vital statistics. '
I 'N'
'at- visory tabulation project plan- :y / : The idea of the which
March is your birth month, pr program,
Itly, ner, is responsible for developing register with Mrs. McHugh at will be carried out via the IBM

ling procedures and wiring con- the Enlisted Mens Lounge. The card, is to provide Congress and
trol panels for all types of supplyand
others with needed
event will take place at the
fiscal record keeping; industrial -
statistics at a moment's notice.
.nee maintenance and aircraft EM Lounge, Building 593 from

;ht- and fiscal 2000 to 2000. The sample group would pro-
operating cost reporting,
hen :J j r vide a breakdown on individual
accounting functions per- Junior hostesses from Jackson- f9Y/
punch cards covering 25 items of
met formed with electric accounting ville will be there to help you
basic information including age,
the dancing.In .
by machines.A enjoy
sex, citizenship, veterans' preference -

sea'ked native of Worcester, Mass., addition to several beneficial 9'"F' .: grade, salary, occupation
; ni s rs y
Langille served four years in the suggestion awards, Langillehas rrt ,;i /i' 3v" nYys''r as54 s's..y'G insurance coverage, and other

Navy soon after WWII. He start- received a letter of commen- pertinent personnel matters.

ed his Navy civil service careerat dation from the commanding officer 'y'x b 31s Yi /t x y .
Supply Center In Nor- of the Norfolk Supply Cen- ErSo-aw First Clerk: "Poor old William

mor Navy ter for his assistance with the installation has completely lost his hearing.I'm .
folk in December of 1950 In the he'll lose
afraid his
", at machine of mechanized Inven- ......... .. .A......,...._... 6"or. :. .'! .:,f,.' .,_ "W, fob'Second
position of tabulating control and requistion procedures f< t'""( "' Clerk: "Nonsense., He
havenone tory USS Altair NAVAL BiRD The Navy's new high speed all-weather got a raise in pay and was trans-
operator.He for the a
helicopter the Kaman HU2K. is shown undergoing flight tests
transferred to NAS Jax In general stores issue ship with at Bloomfield, Conn. The turiin.-poveered chopper Is equippedwith erred to the complaint depart-

February 1959. I the Sixth Fleet. a retractable landing gear which reduces wind resistance. -I


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Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS. 17 March 1960

I Don't Forget Home State When Figuring income TaxesAll With TheToastmasters

right! So you have paid
your income tax. But wait! You he may De stationed, but does not Nevada, New Jersey, Ohio, Penn- Hampshire, New Mexico, North

may not be through yet. Don't exempt him from taxation by his sylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Carolina, Tenn Paul Leblanc toastmasteredlast

forget your home state. home state. Dakota, Texas, Washington, West essee, Utah, and Virginia. In add- Thursday's meeting of Mar-

PAYMENT OF federal- income DETERMINATION of a home Virginia and Wyoming. ition, all military pay is exemp Nav 2280 Toastmasters Club.
state may lie in the definitionsof Residents of some cities and Bill Hood while
tax does not relieve most serv- by Alaska, Arkansas, Hawaii, Topicmaster was ,
"domicile" or "legal resid- municipalities of Ohio and Penn-
icemen from paying state incometax Indiana and North Dakota. chairman Riley Collins presidedat
ence" or the exercise of voting sylvania may be liable for local the business session.
applicable. JAG privileges. Where doubt exists, income taxes. Philadelphia ex- Some states require application -
Instruction 5840.4 of Jan. 22 gives Bob Williams gave his No.
advice of legal assistance officer empts all military
for Others
deferrment. exempt "
basic information for each state Two speech, "The Life You Save.
be de-
should be obtained. FILING payment
concerning local taxes. may an extra amount of pay for Whitey Morris, in his No. Four
The following states do not ferred for persons out side the
military service. For details speech, .talked on "You Are the
The Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil impose individual state income continental United States in all more "

Relief Act protcts a servicemanfrom taxes: Connecticut, Florida, Illi- states except: Iowa,Kansas, Ken- consult JAG Instruction Judge.
Hal Higgins also a No.
taxation by a state in which nois, Maine, Michigan, Nebraska, tucky, Louisiana, Mississippi,New 5840.4. Four speech, while Frank gave Schat-

zle came up with "The Vocal

FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION US Fleet Units Kazoo", his No. Five speech.

George Foster was general

Lend Hand To evaluator with Jerry Buskin,Bill

Kellogg Carleton Dunn and Phil
Did you know that if you're a
member of the Fleet Reserve Ravaged Town Burham individual critics.
Association, national officers of i
The readiness of U. S. Fleet,
officers to serve for the
FRA, who maintain a permanent
office In I units was never more aptly de next "six months have been elect
Washington will handle
montrated than by relief to dis- by Navy Civilian Toastmasters.
your personal inquiries on
thing from why you weren't pro- aster-stricken Agadir, Morocco, Elected were Junior Teske, pre-

moted to when to expect your destroyed by a recent earthquake sident; Dick Baber, educationalvice

next shore duty? Eight Navy and two Marine president; Dr. Paul Mori,

Corps aircraft shuttled suppliesand administrative vice president;

Branch 126 in Yukon has mov- equipment into the city and Paul Ames, secretary; John

ed its meeting night to Thursday, evacuated the Injured. Navy au- Lindberg, treasurer, and Frank

March 24, to allow for a visit thorities estimate about 5,000 Dressler, sergeant at arms.

from the Southeast Regional vice- dead and 10,000 injured American The new group will be installed -

president. Europeans and Moroccans. at a banquet, to which wives

_.# have been invited, at Karl Hel-
Final date for the "DutchLuncheon" Navy Seabees and Marineswere I
i : 6 lenthal's! Restaurant on March}
in his honor to be j % flown in from Port Lyauteyand

held at the Colonial Restaurantis worked long hours with 29.At

tomorrow (March 18.) For information tool and bare hands to locate the next week's meeting the

contact P. W. Hetzat ,.. _, ., _. ,, ,, club will select its representativeto
; w ""I}:":":':':" ">';fi::;;:;:;:&;*"; >>::::;;c::> : :::;::; I living buried in the debris. They
extension 8598 or SP 1-3068. ENDS LENGTHY NAVY TOUR J. T. Cashwell, HMC also delivered about 120,000 compete in the Area Eight
(left) is presented wristwatch from enlisted personnel of the pounds of Speakoff at Strickland's Town
Mr Swaney will be entertained Naval Hospital upon his retirement from service in the Navy emergency suppliesand House on April 23.

by Branch 91, FRA, Wednes- after 30 years. Handing the watch to him at a recent ceremonyis equipment.The What the speeches lacked in

Capt. Alton C. Abernelhy Hospital commanding officer. heavy cruiser Newport quantity was made up in quality
day, March 23, at 2000 in the Looking on is Mrs. Cashwell.
clubhouse at 8554 Roosevelt Blvd. News commenced a high speedrun at Tuesday night's session.

to the disaster area. She's Dressler digressed on the aval-
The Southeast Region of which
More Ideas anche of the credit card anddiner's
Mr. Swaney was elected vice- Leadership equipped with medical facilitiesand
club in his "Is
president in 1959 consists of Flor- other emergency supplies. system
ida, Georgia, South Carolina, Written By CounselorFollowing Money Going Out of Style?;"
T. A. Wilkinson challenged tho
Tennessee, Mississippi Alabama,
Louisianna, Texas, Panama Ca- is another essay written by a co-honorman of the STILL CHANCE TO I. minds on prospects of living with
recent class of the ComFair Jar a child genius in "900 to One;"
nal Zone, Bermuda, Virgin Islands graduating Counselor/Interviewer
Cuba, the Azores. and Mo- School. Author of this essay is Robert Mill, PN2, of Sanford based GIVE TO VICTIMSIf while Dr. Dave Moomaw, stethoscope
VA 11-7. and all, almost gave away
rocco. you still wish to donate
--, Consistency is the byword of a good leader of men. clothing for the children left some professional secrets on a

A man being advanced to a senior petty officer position parentless and doctor's diagnosis, instrumentsused
needy as a result -
NATTCenter should sit down and evaluate himself finding out what he of the earthquake in Aga- and\; what he looks for with

would expect of his men and of himself. as a leader.A dir, Morroco, you have today these instruments in his talk on
MAN CAN be too hard- I "From Log to You."
Readying For he should be made to do it over and at least a few hours tomorrow -
boiled in his ways. If this hap-
to do
again. The leader should not let so.
pens, his men will go to "pot. An appeal is being made in
someone else do it. If the leader
Big InspectionRear They'll say to themselves "Why the Sixth ND for contributionsto
lets this man get away with it,
should we do something right,
the man will become sloppy in include 2,000 single sheets,
Admiral David J. Welsh, we'll get 'chewed out' anyway,"
his work knowing that others 5,000 blue jeans, girls' shirts,
new Chief of Naval Air Technical or "Let's 'do it wrong and maybe
will do the job right. 5000 T-shirts, sandals and un-
March 20
Training, will make his first he'll catch it and get thrown out derclothes. Sunday,
official visit here next month to of this department." Morale will go down, whereasif ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL
These items
the is made to correct his are being col-
hold NATTCenter's annual Ad- man 0830-Service of Worship.
A man can go the opposite direction lected at the Dependents' Information -
mistakes and knows that if he
ministrative Material inspection.The 0930-Sunday School, three-
and become too lax. Hecouldn't does something else he'll Center, Main Gate,
wrong year-olds through adults Build-
three day inspection will care less what his men at NAS, where the Navy Wives ,
be made to do it and the
over, ing 722 Adult
Bible Class
be held the week ; Chap
following April Club will
count and
are doing or what they're goingto others know this, tooK they'llthink sort the
lain Wolfe in Small
10. do. "Who cares," so the old man highly of their leader. Re- clothing. A special aircraft is Chapel.

All hands have noticeably turn- puts him on the carpet-he can sult high morale which is a being dispatched to pick up 0930-Service of Worship.

ed to in order to leave Adm. always talk his way out of it the clothing here Friday. 1100-Service of Worship.

Welsh with a good and lasting In both these the great benefit to the Navy. -- ... 1830-:Teen-Age,._ Senior _High
cases, men
impression of NATTCenter. Such renowsmps and United Fellow-
under this type of leader are the __ -
; ship of Protestants
a.Zat. _' -r- Building 722
things as painting, repairing and > C
who will suffer.
ones They'll not
and Small
organizing the files can be seen
learn responsibility,respectabilty,
Lenten Devotional Services
all over the Center. are
leadership traits or working being held each Wednesday at

The Inspection will bring sum- skills. >3 o = c. ? >, +. a> ,wFY >:x 'vb<,s R'.r y.:icwa t> a itf.a ar;. 1930 in All Saints Chapel.A .

mer earlier to the Center, as a WHERE'S THE Navy going to cordial invitation is ,extended -

preview Personnel inspection and benefit by this type of leader? to all to attend these services.

Regimental review is scheduledin It's not. .

whites for this Saturday Now if this senior petty officer ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL

has evaluated himself properlyand 0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass.

Employee Lodge To Meet found out what to expect of Mass will be celebrated at St.

American Federation of Gov- his men and himself, he should Edward' Chapel Monday through

ernment Employees, Lodge 579, have set up a high standard of Friday during Lent at 0600 and

has scheduled its regular monthly work to be done, and a high FF.}. 1645; Saturday at 0800.

meeting for Sunday, March standard of morale to be obtained. Devotions each Wednesday at

20, at 1400 at W. Union Baptist He should be consistent in 1930.

Church, 755 Acorn Street. these traits.IF ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL

All Lodge members are urgedto ,A MAN does a job wrong Naval Hospital

and visitors MOBILE BLAST 'PAD-Marines drive a launching carrier 0630-Mass.
be present are
Conversation between a coupleof onto a new portable blast-resistant pad a. they ready to fire a 0930-Protestant Worship Ser-
welcome. Texas cowpokes in a bar: Terrier missile. The new pad will enable the mobile rocket team vice.

President is James Smith, with "He fell through a scaffolding." to set up and launch their combat missile from almost any loca- .
he doin' there?" tion. Manufactured by Fenestra, Inc., of Philadelphia, Pa., the
and "What
W. F. Gordon, vice-president, was up has
pad completed tests at the Naval Ordnance Test Station, Christian Science
Alphonse Kelly, secretary.. "Gittin' hung. China Lake, Calif. Tuesday, 1900 Small Chapel.

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17 March 1960
., _... ... .
More Sponsors Needed

S;ii Over 500 Youths Sign

t a j,@ Yv For Little League Ban

More than 500 boys have registered for Little League

S.f baseball in the two Navy Jax l leagues, first of their kind in
: .: this area. The Ortega League has over 300 youths registeredwith

some 200 signing for play in the Cedar Hills circuit.

r 1 _U -I Each league will have six major
League boys, in addition to other
league teams and approximatelyeight
1* Z -J rw & i I minor league squads. The interested adult women, are
forming the Navy Jax Little Lea-.
major league portion will have
three Navy and three civilian gue Women's Auxiliary.First .
organizational meeting is
{ 3 x SPONSORS to date include: scheduled Tuesday, March 22, at
......,__''I AFTER THE FIRE HAD VW-4, VA-44, NARTU, Marines,
Station Golf Championship Tourney SUBSIDED which- This group of golfers stood out during the annual NATTCenter and the CPO Club Bldg.), 'according to the group's
brough, (third from left) captured the concluded Sunday at the NAS Jax links. Bill Scar. for the and Foremost organizer, Mrs. Helen Ault.
big crown, defeating John Kerr 4 and 3, in 36 holes. Left Navy
I to right are. Comdr. Robert Nelson, NAS Jax executive officer who presented trophies: Dr. Sam Dairies, Pepsi Cola and Cedar The Auxiliary is to take care of
Cloud Horton, third first flight flight Utlid winner, and: Scarbrough Comdr. : Lcdr. Jinn: Callaghan, second flight winner Sandy Mc- : Hills for the civilians. concessions at the games and will
Robert McCreery, chairman of
the golf commill. Minor league sponsors are:: undertake many other projects to

VP-5, ComFair Jax Staff, NAS help league operations.
Keg Leaders Supply, NAS Aircraft Maintenance -

F and AO School. League officials
Hike MarginMainside hope other Station units will Opener] Near

offer to sponsor one of the minor
bowling league pace- league teams. ]For Jax Navy
setters, two of them surprise out- .'ab. .. q., "
fits, put a little more air between ,!?L d tiL'' have shown great interest Shell} SquadThe

them and pursuers in action last thus far and by the time opening

week. SKEETMEN SHINEAT day rolls) around on April 30 Jax Navy rowing crew is

Operations, a darkhorse comer, there should be quite a few proud looking forward to its season
}leads the American League withan units and sponsors. opener next week after many
11-1 mark following a 3-1 win PUERTO RICOThe SATURDAY will be the last weeks of conditioning and week-

over the Waves. day for tryouts for the Ortega end workouts.The .

FAW-11 in another surprise Jax Navy skeet team, well on its sure-sighted way loop and boys will be notified by Gold faces
showed it was back in the ten- to annexing all the tor) military titles available, picked up March 25 of their assignments. Blue and crew
in dual meet.
pin groove following a coupleof where it left off last season by capturing eight champion- Mothers of prospective Little Rollins College a the St.
Sunday, March 27, on
lack-lustre seasons, downing ships in the Inter-American Open Skeet Tourney at San off the Naval Air
VA-44 Hawks, 4-0, to lead the Juan., Puerto Rico! ,.early this month. Summer Sports Dates Station.
pack in the National League witha I veteran vw-4 shooter Ken Announced At Center
13-3 record. Pendergras, holder of a bushel with a perfect 150x150. Special Services Department at Twenty-four men are on the

The 679th Air Force, which full of crowns, won the All-Guage BILL ARTHUR of VFP-62 fin- NATTCenter announced this week Jax Navy squad, all well-condi
leads the Continental League individual championship in a 75 ished third with 149x150. Pender- starting dates for summer intru- tioned for the tough grind ahead.

with a mark of 14-2, decisioned bird shootoff with Hugh Garlandof I gras and Arthur were also members mural sports. Two of the top rowers, Bob Bush

ComFair Jax "B", 3-1. Canada after each had finished I of two-man teams that fin- Acey Ducey and Table Tennis and Henry Audette, are tempo-
ished first and second, respectively.
action due to in-
begin this week while Softball rarily out of

Yellow Belles BlankedIn MAD Bowlers Comdr. Herb Rupp and Comdr, and 11. golf will get underway April juries.

Wives Jack Hall teamed to win the two- Expected to be in seats for the
Bowling Loop However, the Softball bug has
Bowlers in the Enlisted Men'sWives Pacing CircuitMarine man title in their class while I already hit, and most teams are meet with Rollins and Navy are:
Comdr. Hall was also class cham-
League can testify to the in the midst of practice. Rodney Williams, stroke; Dick
pion in the All-Guage individual
fact that "wonders never cease" Aviation DetachmentNo. Wisenbacker No. 7; Joe Essmyer,
leads the coming into shoot. Arthur, with a score of
after the league leading Yellow race Persons interested in umpiring
98x100, won the 20-guage crown.I. No. 6; Jerry Bowers, No. 5; Jim
Belles the final stretch of NATTCenter
dropped three straight Intramural Softball Job
games a
L. FRANZBLAU, former Kirkland No.4 Duane Fuerst,
scratch bowling competition.The ,
games to the last place Blue which pays 3.50 a game, should
Birds last week.In league leaders have an excellent member of the old NATTCenter attend meetings scheduled for No.3; Earle Faulkner, No.2;

other action, the Pinkies, 30-2 showing, with sec- squad in 1947-48, returned to the March 18 and 25 at 1500 In..the Hugh Dundee, No.1, and Bob
and Jax
scene helped Navy posta
third place occupants, took three ond and third places occupiedby respectable score in five-man Athletic Office, Bldg. 3. Walker, coxswain.
games from the White Owls and AE "Gold", 28-4, and AO team competition.
the Tan School No.1, 27-5. Y
Tigers took two from Pendergras and Arthur cur- Fes'k
the of MAD No. 1
Green Hornets. Teddy Jones
rently hold the two-man Military
Mary Ann Warbington againled possesses high average of 181 World title and are preparing to
bowlers with a 184 game and while high series honor for the defend the crown at the Military
471 series. She holds a 149 aver- season belongs so far to Tom World Championship shoot at

age. Farrell of the AE "Blues". Lynnhaven, Va. in July.

wws .. -___ I Carl Helton is expected to join }Y.
: the squad momentarily, followinghis i< Aiy.

skeet success in Washington,

Jax Navy has several big shoots
... '
lined up before the Military y
World event, with the next shoot ;ry k.x s rl

slated March 25-26 in Tulsa, Okla.

vi. ; Sebring Sports Car 'i'J

Race Set March 26
The tenth annual world championship -
: I sports car race of en-
':{{; durance at Sebring, Fla. is sche-

duled for March 26. :

The Sebring 12 Hours is a race t

?}Kt.; .;v4i; :':NYfi:4:: : i counting for the world championship ::
'f 5' :i''f: { of sports car manufacturersand

for grand touring cars in var-

L&& ious classes. -.

A four-hour race is slated for

Friday, March 25, for grand tour-
ing cars 1000 cc and under and

also for formula junior cars,
-.*::;hT.X'' :''a:} : 4:::i:> :;M*; .v:-. .';I *-.u..""':": ,, v. .o"w: ,..".>;O;'>;:;"""y"oM"; which made their Sebring debutin CONCERTED EFFORT This picture leaves little doubt
CHAMPIONS IN THEIR TRADE Members of the crack December.The that a whole-hearted attempt was being made by all playersto
Jax Navy skeet team display their shooting eyes along with the win this Mainside intramural basketball playoff game last
guns with which they recently captured the Inter.AmericanOpen racing sports car which will week at Mainside gym. Seven players can be seen around the
at San Juan, Puerto Rico. Claybird shooters are. from compete in the 12-Hour Endur- basket with an eighth man barely visible leaving only two
left Ken Pendergras, AEC. of VW4.. L. Franiblau. AOC, of ance Race March 26 is an evolu- players not in the action. Game involved Hospital and VW-4,
NAS Jax: Bill Arthur. AOC, of VFP-62, and Lcdr. Herbert tion of the every-day with the former winning 4745. Identifiable players are Hospi*
Rupp of VA44. One of the squad's top shooters Comdr. Jack passenger: tal's Dave Ikerd ((23)) and Charlie Pascal ((10) and Joe Beidler
Hall of NAS Jax, is not pictured. car. ((13)) of VW4.I .

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Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 17 March 1960



i future) will be brighter for

; : % unrestricted line officers betweennow

: R and the beginning of fiscal

L s 1966 up through the rank of

Captain, reports Navy Times.

Chances of moving up to com-
: :
> mander will increase to 70 percent -

Nine out of ten lieutenantswill

be selected for lieutenant
t r
commander. About 65 percent of

br : y captains finishing five years in

grade will be continued on duty.It .
is expected that continuation -
"' ::d: ao ,x )C. o. a 4.2+ '&'.4s. sa h ata o : boards for commanders will
USADEDR V ::F t"ih'i;; ; er"lub. i't'; ; reach-iCO
OVER THE TOP IN HEALTH-JOINT percent participation not be needed after fiscal 1963.
in the National Health Agencies and Joint Crusade fund railing campaign was VA-44. Here Capt. D. W. Cooper (left front)
squadron skipper and Lt. G. E. Lawrence, campaign chairman for the squadron, raise the 100% banner while division keymen lookon. Chances of temporary and reserve -
I The squadron is elated in reaching 100 percent participation, but is more excited about the monetary contribution$606whichIs lieutenant commanders
nearly five times that of last year. The current appeal for Health and Crusade funds ends tomorrow. Left to right are William staying on active duty after two
Tucker, ADI Sterling Wright. ADC Merle Snyder AMC: Robert Thompson, PRC; H. W. Pinkerton, AECS; Harry 'Dills, ATC: Capt. will continue be
Cooper Lt. Lawrence; Ciriaco Reyes, YNC: George Booth, AEC; Alvin Waller, ADC, and Walter Saye, AB1. passovers to good
said the Times.

Cecil's Spring Show These figures hold true onlyin

,B/6N\l.E'N.l1l/ HOW fO GIf yoUR the unrestricted line category.In .
: Scheduled 68The
.. April the restricted line and staff

The "welcome carpet" was put 1960 Spring Variety Showat ABSENTEE BALLOT make.corps, predictions are hard to

out last week to 17 Navymenwho NAS Cecil Field Is scheduled *,..?-., -*- *
Reasons for this
are many. One
reported aboard for duty at
NASJax. to take place April 6-8, Mrs. Since 1960 is a big election year and many local servicemenand main reason is the varying sizesof

Renee Wilke, general chairman, their wives may wish to vote by absentee ballots, the Jax Air the year groups. Some proposed -
Five checked in February 29: News outlines how these ballots
state-by-state information on may
has announced.This changes in laws relating to the
Albert Valliere Jr., of Uncasville, be obtained. Next week the series will continue.
year's show is reportedto restricted line and staff corps
Conn., from USS Grouper (AG- ALABAMA
be even better and bigger than I officers could alter the pattern if
SS-214) ; Richard Schmidt, AO- Primary May 3 for Demoncratic with county recorder. Must be
CS, of Omak, Wash., from NAS last year's presentation. Songs, delegates, nominees for Con- registered before last general
from ballads and blues tunes to By and large, however,
Key West Fla. Jesse Prestridge,
gress, stat offices. Runoff May election to vote In primary.
honky tonk, will highlight the tion opportunity variations will
HM1, of Goodwater, Ala., from 31, general Nov. 8.
VP-5, and Anthony Gravinese, show. Absentee vote allowed anyone. be minor, BuPers personnel plan-

FA, of Philadelphia, Pa., and Comdr. and Mrs. C. W. Johnson Requirements age 21, state Servicemen may apply by postcard : ners say.
resident two years, county one,
head the
James Baggette, FA, Venice, Ill., Planning and Advisory precinct three months, read con- others by letter Apply recorder -
both from Recruit Training Com- Committee. All money from the, Two Midwesterners Take
30 days before
stitution in English, good char- Saturday
mand at NTC Great Lakes Ill show will go to the Navy Relief
Fund. acter, poll tax (waived for ser- before election, ballots accepted Honors At AE (A) SchoolTwo

On March 1, Billy Coggin, SMI vicemen and veterans). during 30 days before election. Midwest men took honorsat
of Midwest City, Okla., checkedin Tickets are now on sale at both Registration is permanent but I NATTCenter's Aviation Elec-

from the USS English (DD- Cecil Field and NAS Jax. Per- must be in person. Absentee vot- trician's Mate School last Friday.

696), along with Jerry Slawter, sons are urged to get their tickets ing allowed servicemen and wives Honormen of the March 11

AEMAN, of Greensboro, NC., early, ;says Mrs. Wilke. application 45-5 days before Class "A" graduation are Phillip

from AE "A" School at NATT- election, ballot by election day. K+r V.. 'YO' Nolan, AEIAN, of Cloverton,

Center Jax, and WO Richard Military Personnel InvitedTo Apply to County Registrar. 'i' ,' t- t' Minn. and David Kalitzke, AEMAof

Turetz, of Saratoga Springs, NY., Carolina Azalea FairA ALASKAThe Y Great Falls, Mont.
from NAS Quonset Point, R.I.
special invitation has been state may pass a new Nolan has orders to VR-22,

Reporting aboard March 2 were extended to military personnel, election law this year. If so, details NAS Norfolk, Va., while Kalitzke

James Boyers, SA, of Bellaire and civilians in this area to attend will be reported as available will report to NAS Point Mugu,

Ohio, from Electronic Accounting ; the North Carolina Azelea .- Primary Aug. 2 for state, Calif.

Machine Unit at NTC Great Festival in Wilmington, N. C. national legislative nominees. ;

Lakes, Ill., Alfred Weeks, CS2, of March 31 April 3. General Nov. 8 for these and t t. x.a .

Daisy, Tenn., from USS Salinan president. .
The event will include tS' .Y aS: Classified
(ATF-161) ; Robert Jory, ADC, garden Requirements age 19, state

of Brookfield Mass., from VP-26; visits, parade, private, parties, resident 1 year, precinct 30 days, '
receptions, luncheons and theQueen's read constitution in English. No
Kenneth Crow, ADRAA, of Dard- For Rent
anelle, Ark., from NATTCenterJax coronation. The PGA- advance registration. 3 Rm furn apt, prlv bath, entrance.
sponsored Azelea Open Golf 4465 Beverly Ave, EV 90783.
Absentee voting allowed for
and Daniel Chapman, AA of
Tourney will be held during the in all elections. Post card 3 BRm hie, conv to NAS & Cecil Real
Livonia, Mich., from recruit anyone
same dates. terms Will tell. SP 1.2090 1800 to 2000.
training at NTC Great Lakes, Ill. accepted from servicemen. Applyto
4 hie
11 Bath, Jax Beach. RA
district 90-4 days before elec-
Last of the week's checkin'sarrived
I Aye 'Tis Sand tion, ballot by election day. For Sale
March 3 Roman- ,
I ARIZONA 1 11' Bath, 3 BRm hie In Oak Hill, by
aneghi, FA, of Tinley Park, 111":, (Continued from Page 1)) owner. Hdwd floors, aft garage Large
Primary Sept. 13 for Congress,
from recruit training at Great ture St.' Patrick asked the ser- $ utility rm. Carl Smith, 6605 Albecone Rd.
state and local official
Lakes Ill.; Benjamin Nichols, pant to try out a box for size. 3 BRm, 2 Bath hie, Country Club Eitatei. -
General Nov. 8 for these and
Family rm, att Fenced yd.
RMSA, of Urania, La., from RM 4 garage.
The serpent said the box wouldbe president. Con to schools & ihopping. EV 92539.
"A" School at NS Norfolk, Va.; n."l" ''.. .-wi. i iSHOTGUN'S S.'
too small but St. Patrick ask- Requirements age 21, state FHIEND Red brick, 2 BRm alr-cond hie. Fencedyd
James Brannon of Akron -Lovely -
Corpl. ed the serpent to try it anyway.As resident 1 year, precinct 30 days, Mara Corday would probably hdwd floors, att garage, {abutted
Ohio, from USS Saratoga (CVA- porch. Lcdr. Josef Rizk,
Day Ave,
soon as the serpent enteredthe read constitution, write name. be welcomed as a friend by
60)), and L/Cpl. Robert Osborne, EV 91000.
box St. but then
Patrick closed the lid Requirement-permanent since any man any man
of Far Hills, N.J., from USS Des and hurled the isn't lucky enough to be actor 3 BRm, 1 U Bath hie, Ortega Hills Large
into the Jan. 54 if voted in last election.
Moines (CA-134). Scott Brady who co-stars with back yd. VA 4}% loan, low mo pmti.
ocean, thus ridding Ireland of Servicemen may ,register with Miss Corday in the "Shotgun 7413 Greenway Dr, EV 9-5858.

snakes. ballot application others by mail Slade" TV series. I Riders Wanted ,
Academy AthletesContinued Between Murray Hill & NAS 0800-1630.
Caldwell, ext. 437 or EV 9-5176 after
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A lacrosse exhibition match has Clothing Name Stamp Given Okay;'

been tentatively slated for March Top Group Here

27 against the Yale lacrossemen, Work
Jacket Also
who will also be training at the Badge Approved'Name (Continued from Page 1))
velopment; Lt. Gen. J. C. Munn,
Station. It is hoped that the lacrosse -
exhibition may be presented stamps to mark en- ommended to him by the Per- clothing (something enlisted Assistant Commandant'of the

to the public, perhaps in the listed men's clothing and rat- manent Naval Uniform Board. women have had a choice of Marine Corps; Rear Adm. R.

Gator Bowl. ing badges on blue working Enlisted men qualified as for a long while) is considered Mason; Rear Adm. P. D. Stroop;

Jackets for all petty officersare scuba divers can now wear a faster and generally neater Rear Adm. E. W. Grenfell; Rear

The Academy trackmen tenta- among the uniform distinguishing mark on their than the stencil method, whichcan Adm. W. F. Rayborn; Rear Adm.C. .

tively plan to enter the Univer- changeS' just approved by As- uniform. The mark will con- still be used. V. Ricketts; Rear Adm H. Ri-

sity of Florida Relays scheduledfor sistant Secretary of the Navy Stamping your name on ONLY CHIEF petty officers vero; Rear Adm. L. P. Ramage;

March 27. Richard Jackson. sist of a diver's helmet and have been permitted to have a Rear Adm. R. H. Speck; Rear

THE SCUBA diver disting- breastplate with the letters SD rating badge on the blue Adm. R. J. James;-Rear Adm. F.

During pause in a long tiring uishing mark is another of the on the breastplate. It will be working jacket. The new rule V. Hilles; Rear Adm. F. B. Miller;

speech,. one guest asks another: changes okayed by the Assist- worn on the right jumper changes this to allow all petty Rear Adm. L. B. Bryan; also six-

"What follows this speaker ant Secretary. They were rec- sleeve. officers to wear the badge. teen Navy captains and a host of
..Second Guest: "Wednesday." other officers.