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I I I Navy's Air Arm Reaches Half-Century MarkPreliminary



plans for the
Golden Anniversary of Naval A GALA banquet is scheduledto will be furnished at all three niversary dances committee are:

z. aviation have been formed with be held in Washington on occasions by Ralph Marterie and Lcdr. R. H. Paxon Jr., Lcdr.

w 11. anniversary year events revolv- January 25. Local anniversaryballs his orchestra. (See lead story on Charles Hooper Jr., Lt. W. D.

I ing around the birth date of the are contemplated to be this page.) Brinson, Lt. C. W. Young, Of-
i held throughout the Naval avia- ficers Mess Treasurer (Open),
I Navy's air arm, May 9, 1911. The 'O Club will be scene of
i BECAUSE OF the many other tion establishment, includingNAS the opening dance, Wednesday, Lt. I. W. Hastings, Board of

J significant events which hap- Jax. January 25, with the Chiefs Club Governors Advisor, EM Club,

pened in 1911, however, the Sec- In the Jacksonville area, three I holding forty the following night I and CWO C. J. Collins CPO

retary of the Navy has design- dances are scheduled for next and the Bluejackets' Inn schedul- Mess Treasurer (Open.) Chair-
ated the'enUre year of 1961 as
week to coincide with the big ing a dance for enlisted men man of the committee is Comdr.
the commemorative period for
i celebrating the 50th birthday of ::1 event in Washington. Friday, January 27.' E. W. Scantlebury, NAS Jax

: 1 1x Naval aviation. MUSIC FOR the local events Comprising Golden An- Comptroller.Vol. .
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CNATRA Rear Admiral
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Arnold W. McKechnie, Chiefof
Naval Air Reserve Train- 18 No. 44 U. S. NAS Jacksonville, Fla. 19 January 1961k.
ing, will conduct the annual
inspection of NARTU Jax and
its Selected Reservists January
28. Marterie Orchestra To .



NARTU SetsInspection : Play For Local DancesJacksonville's



observance of the 50th anniversary of

Naval aviation will start in high fashion ,this golden year

with three dances scheduled next week for all military per-

For Jan. 28 sonne!. CURRENTLY. Marterie is

Annual inspection of the Music will be provided at blending the big band sound

Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve all three functions by Ralph with his swinging trumpet in a
Marterie and his world famous *'
Training Unit will be : pow-wow called "Wampum.
held 28 with Rear orchestra.
January
It the who promotedthis
; was Navy
Admiral A. W. McKechnie, MARTERIE WILL appear at
former sideman for
Chief of Naval Air Reserve k. the Officers Club next Wednes- many
bands into
well-established a
Training, conducting the in day, January 25, at the CPO
leader. During WWII, Great
spection. Club the following night and at

Admiral McKechnie, who has the Bluejackets Inn (EM Club) (Please turn to Page 6. CoL 5))

... headquarter, at NAS Glenview, January'2X; Tfmes :for all"three
than affairs will be announced I Annual
Ill., will inspect more 1,000 Inspection
Selected Reservists and NARTU The Marterie musical aggrega-
SELECTIVE SERVICE CONFERttfCfc-CoL Neil R.: Smartof Slated By MARTD
tour
that tion is more constantly on
stationkeepers day.
the Selective Service Unit Alabama National Guard andRegional Brig. Gen. Louis B. Robert-
The. Reservists are civilians Manager of VA: Li. G.n. Lewi B. Hershey, Director than any other big-name orchestra. shaw, Commander, Marine
from every walk of life who of Selective Service Maj. Gen. Henry V. Graham. Adjutant Playdates follow each other
their obligationonce General of Alabama and: Maj.) Walter Thompson Alabama Direction so fast it can be said that his Air Reserve Training, is due
military
perform of Selectlre Service (from left) confer prior to opening cere* to inspect officers and men"of
chance
every month. By doing monies of the 1961 Selective Service System General Conferences hot trumpet never gets a the Marine Air Reserve Train-
and retirement week conference of officers of all branches I to cool down.
this, they earn pay at NAS Jax. The two. ing Detachment here Sunday,
points.A of the armed services is designed to implement the transition He has been established as the
from cold to hot war if necessary. January 22, at 1500.
dance a
reception and will be nation's Number One college and
The annual military inspec-
honor of the Selected ballroom favorite by several
in
given
tion will start at 0900 with
Reservists immediately followingthe Draft Director Speaks leading trade magazines. And in honors for the general upon
inspection at the BluejacketsInn his ten years as a recording artist -
his arrival. Music will be pro-
Officers Club and CPO not only has he waxed more
vided by the 22nd Marine Air
Club. At Local Conference"Training hit singles than any other band, Wing Band of Cherry Point,

but his golden-throated trumpet,
executives in the Selective Service System fluid phrasing'and solid beat has N.C.This
will be followed by a
Credit Union for a transition from, a cold war to a warmer one is the established a steady market for
central purpose of this conference," said Lt. Gen. LewisB. his long-playing albums such as briefing of high ranking officers -
inspection of local facilities -
Hershey, Director of Selective Service, at opening cere- "One Night Stand," 'Trumpet .
MembershipMeets and luncheon.The
monies Monday of the 1961 conference being held here. er's Lullaby," "Dancing On the actual a press inspection of

I Some 112 Reserve officers of Down Beat," "Marterie Moods"
will be held in San Diego, Nor- personnel will follow.
FridayThe the National Guard, Air Force, folk, Corpus Christi, Medford, and others.

annual meeting of the Army, Marine Corps, Coast Mass., Ft. Lewis, Wash., and Sr....,..,.... r ..
Guard and Navy are attendingthe
,
Jax Navy Federal Credit Union, Denver, in addition to Jackson- FrliGtJ4, : .
two week conference here. //ab!&f6 9ar rr..r. >f.t:r )'k/r::9 .t Y'W ;
will be held tomorrow (January The officers are from the South- ville.
at NATTUnil the local conference,
Hall
0) at King east section of the United States. During
at 1930. the attendees will participate in '

Door prizes totaling 10 in all TWELVE CONFERENCES are group discussions on the various : 4Y ftfkcB4
scheduled throughout the United .
members mobilization: 4Yr.
will be given away to : facets of :
States for the coming year. They :
only. Representatives of the Officeof

Interested persons ,can join the Employee Election Due Civil and Defense Mobilization -

organization before January 20, Washington, D.C.; Depart-
tomorrow night, and be eligible\ Election of representatives to ment of Labor; Civil Service

for the prizes. ,. Employee Councils, Recreation Commission; Department of
and Welfare Association, Food
of meeting is:
Main
purpose Commerce, and National Head-
Services Board and Board of
for members to elect officers oi ; quarters of Selective Service are
the Credit Union to run the 'business Trustees of the Employees' in attendance.THE .
f/ ; ss1. < rYrir.
Mutual Death Benefit Societywill
another
for
year.
is be conducted in the very CONFERENCE began
for the meeting
First prize
Industrial Sunday evening with a banquet
future, reports
near
TV set with second
a portable honoring the general. High
prize of a Polaroid camera, and Relations Department. ranking officers and their ladies

third prize a Remington 12-gauge Election officials to serve in' were introduced at the affair.At MAKE VAP-62 E-8 LIST-The four chief petty officers

shotgun. the various Station departments Monday's opening session, shown here,had good news to start 1961 off right when they
Fourth prize to be given at the are being named at this time. received word they were promoted to senior chief (E-8)) late
event is a portable typewriter, Employees are urged to begin the group was welcomed to NAS last month. Their achievement equally pleased the VAP-62
considering candidates whom Jax ,by Capt. James R. Reedy, commanding officer. Comdr. John E. Cousins (center). From
fifth prize an eighthtransistorradio commanding officer. left are William Wlmberly. AQCS; Fred Spainhouer, PTCS;
sixth is a seventransistorradio they wish to nominate. Comdr. Cousins; Warren Lewis. PRCS and Jacob Thacker.
and seventh a sixtransistor More information will be pub- Presiding officer for the con- ATCS. Seven chiefs have made E-8 in VAP-62 since inceptionof
'pocket-size' radio. lished at a later date. ference is Col. James L. Davis. the "super chiefs" program.tv" .






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Cpt. James R. Reedy -.,__ Commanding Officer: y : ;
Cwndr. Robert Nelson .... Executive Off io.r: :
NAI Sbn Fleet Air JcclumivllU 11 p
hat Adm. Kwvwth Craig L. Commander
Ctpt. Griyilon H. Weber __________ ChIef of Stiff F.lrJC .. -4
.pt. Nl 0fl M..H.. rUt Air Wk>| lie... S; $ K
C.pt. Renfro Turner, Jr. Commander
Capt. Murlln W. Ally Chief Staff Officer
Naval Air Tdmlcal Trtlnbtf. Unit
Capt. Robert J. Fleming Commanding Officer 3 \ fy
Comdr Marlon K. Smith Executive Officer
Naval H.ltal'Capt.
William L Engelman Commanding Officer
Capt. John 0. Pedef Executive Officer
NARTU

Capt. P. H. Holt Commanding Officer > 3)6 'r3yati' @3.,, 3D ; :,t
Comdr. WIlliam M. Miller : Executive Officer yae 0b: 3

Printed commercially with non-appropriated funda In Jacktonvllla,Florida at no
expense to the government end In compliance with NAVEXOS M5 Rev. July 1958.
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jackaonvllle,
Naval Air Station Naval Air Technical) Training Unit Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval! All .. }S"k:
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hwpltal. V

Service Information Officer _________ Comdr. Alex N. Melon! Jr. :

Assistant Service Information Offleer Andrew H. Pleney! 4'k '.
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Feature Editor-Mae Spencer. JOlt Staff Raportan-Sandy
Martinson, JOSN. Photographer-Joy Beccarl, PH2. P2V SPECIAl-This layout of survival uipment which has been configured for P2V

The lax Air Newt la a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material Neptune Search and Rescue missions clearly demonstrates how ingenuity and standard aviation
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs supplies can be incorporated into improved survival techniques. Here. William Goodson. PRC
unless otherwise credited, are offtcJ U. '. Navy Photographs.Editorial .
(left) and Marshall Mazyck. PR3. of NAS Jax Aircraft Maintenance Department prepare the
offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone extensions of Patrol Squadron 18.Aircraft .
1164, 656 272 or 216. SAR equipment for a test drop by a P2V aircraft


Connally Gets Ingenuity Of Shipmates



Nod As Navy's $ > Boosts Survival ChanceThanks


New Secretary
to ingenuity of shipmates, the crews of Jack-

Washington *(AFPS)- JohnB. kv) 4Y ? sonville-based P2V patrol squadrons will soon be flying witha

Connally Jr., an Austin, better chance of survival should they ditch at sea.

Tex., lawyer and decorated BASICALLY, the new equip- container by lines. The lines are

Navy veteran, has been named ment is an improved modification 105 feet each.
Secretary of the : of standard survival gear
Navy by -J The containers are parachutedout
r which has been specifically con-
President-elect John F. Ken- of the P2V at intervals of
nedy. figured to be dropped from the
50 feet and, since the equipmentis
A native of Texas Mr. bomb bay of the P2V Neptune
Connallywas interconnected, it is spread out
graduated from the University patrol bomber. Previously, more i makingit
: over a large water area,
of Texas in 1939 with the de- than one air drop was required more easily reachable by sur-

gree of Bachelor of Laws. by P2V SAR plans to accom- vivors.A .
modate the requirements of a
Mr. Connally was commissioned 34by 34-inch rubberized
ensign in the Naval Reserve in seven-man P2V crew in the fabric is sewn to the Mark 7

June 1941. He was promoted to water.. life raft container with elastic

lieutenant (jg) the following year With the modified equipment "hesitator" loops-for parachuting -

and to lieutenant in October 1943. -which consolidates three sur- -as stowage for the floatable
Upon terminating his service in 4tGtn7ih vival packages into one unit-
ENDS with
LENGTHY CAREER Thomas DeMaria. ACC U line. A cover snaps pre-
1943, he held the rank of lieuten- honored with "over the side" ceremonies upon retiring after only one air drop is needed. Irj vents the line from getting hung
ant commander. 20 years Naval service last month. DeMaria. who served aboard addition, the three packages are aircraft during the
the Forrestal before coming lo NAS Jax/ has also seen tours of linked line and reachingany up in the
After entering the Navy, Mr. by by and "D" ring is attachedto
duty in Hawaii Guantanamo Bay and Naples. Sideboys for the drop a
Connally attended the Naval Intelligence i retiring chief are, (clockwise, from left) Ralph Bartelt, ACC; of the three containers or each end of the container for
School in New York Alfred Finster, ACC; Kenneth Garrigan. ACCM; Wallace Cress the line survivors have access to the guide lines.

City and served in the Censor- ACC Sheely.; John BM2.Crotsley, ACC; Arley Vickers ACC and Harvey all of the equipment and have THE "BOMB" contains six

ship Branch of the Office of the considerably increased chancesof blankets, six leg splints, four

Chief of Naval Operations.He Mechs Aided By Platform survival. first aid kits, two wire mesh

also worked in training and I ACCORDING TO the Aviators splints, two tourniquets, 12 large:(

manpower and served in the I Washington (AFPS-A) Verti- Equipment Branch here, other first aid dressings, four chemical
office of James Forrestal, then Stand that will enable Navy air- Operated with air pressure, the squadrons throughout the Navy heating pads, two water proof

Under Secretary of the Navy. craft mechanics to work on the Verti-Stand uses a Keller motorat could adapt the new techniquewith containers of matches, three

During the war, Mr. Connallysaw tallest planes in the world has the base of the stand to drive a certain amount of ingenuity Mark 6 drift signals, three Mark

service in Algiers and com- been acquired by NAS Quonset the gear, which turns a giant and help of the Avia- 2 life vests, a flash light, a tube

bat duty in the Pacific islands Point, R.I., and NAS Patuxent screw to raise and lower the basket 'tion Supply System. Generally of chap stick, 12 dye markers,
in
aboard the carriers Essex and River, Md. platform an arc. it consists of the following: three shark chasers, and a sheetof

Bennington.As The Verti-Stand airlifts workers Air controls are located both at The SAR instructions.
equipment is assem-
Fighter Director Officer on and equipment weighing a the base of the stand and in the bled in three large containers The life raft contains an ADS1 -

the Essex he was awarded the total of 750 pounds in a basket-. basket, permitting workers in the connected together by a 210-foot signal kit, eight message drop

Bronze Star. For his service on enclosed platform. The workers air or ground to operate the floatable line and parachutedinto capsules, an ADR-1 sustenancekit

both ships he was awarded the may reach from the basket and aerial work platform. the water. Two parachutesare 'eight Mark 6 drift signals,
Legion of Merit. do inspection and maintenancework kits three solar
three
desalting ,
is
Tie new Verti-Stand so light connected to the Gibson
,J on any part of the aircraft. stills kits a hand air pump, two
it can be rolled into position by Girl container and the ADSK ,

Silver Springs Visit On two men. It is built of lightweightsteel "bomb" which, in turn, are each bailing sponges, a 'corner reflec-

Tap For use Visitors THIS/ WEEK'S and weighs only 4,200 lbs. connected to a Mark 7 life raft tor, three large emergency a jacknife ration, a
cans, a compass,
Highlight of the week for BRA/IN TWISTER/ r {, iA.
visitors to the Jacksonville USO ror and line attachment to the
Each here begins with
answer
Club will be a trip to Silver Gibson Girl. The third package
either SHORT or LONG, as in '
: Girl for
Springs planned for Saturday. contains the Gibson
the words LONGHAND and .
Further information on this I. communications transmission.With
and SHORT-TEMPERED. With v
can be obtained at the USO help of the clues given, how manyof this SAR equipmentand mental
Club, 331 W. Forsyth St. these expressions can you t v ,S ( dependent on the
attitude of the survivors) one
give the, LONG and SHORT of? L, month,
r for a
$0<' man could survive
MDBS Payment Due 1. deficiency; 2. sagacious;; 3. three men could survive for three

Mutual Death Benefit Society speedy script; 4. Texas grass weeks and seven men-the average -
members are reminded that assessment chewer; 5. extent of living; 6. j P2V crew-could survive for
numbers 155 and 156 I nautical gun; 7. curt; 8. the
about 10 days.
are now due.Payment quickest way; 9. hold back the

of $2.20 total for the I moolah; 10. airy communication; "You'll .never," said the cater-
11. globe division, and 12. vessel LIGHTWEIGHT NOW HEAVYWEIGHT .
assessments must be paid The Navy's butterjlv"get
two lightweight AID Skyhawk aircraft displays its pillar, seeing his first
by close of business January 23 I II' loader. bomb rack adapters. With these new adapters, new the versatile multiple ME up in one of those
(Monday.) (Answers on page 4.) plane moves into the heavyweight class. things!"




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January 1961 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3


Name's The Same / Medicare PopularMedical

;a ry

For Seven Men Care Program


Of Blue BlastersAttack


Squadron 34 will be f At Start 0,1 Filth Year

able to supply a complete \

"Who's Who !hi the U.S. Navy"If The Dependents' Medical Care Program (MEDICARE) I

a present trend continues. To began its fifth year of operation Dec. 7. It is considered one

date,' seven squadron members : :; : E fi 1 br of the more important service benefits.A .

have the same last name as statistical report on the Med-
famou4 admirals. icare program shows that almost active duty dependents.
A further breakdown shows
Commanding officer of VA-34, 250,000 eligible dependents were
s maternity claimed the
care big.
IpiaAAoLf. admitted to hospitals during fis-
Comdr Mitchell C. Griffin, has missions. Medical care totaled
the same monicker as Vice S ',. cal year 1959.A .
and
45,348 cases surgical 34,958
Admiral Charles D. Griffin, BREAKDOWN by service in FY 1959.

Commander of the Seventh shows 99,235 of them were Air

Fleet.Lt. Force dependents; 79,404 Navy On Oct. 1, 1958 restrictions
were placed on the kind of carea
and Marine Corps 66,062 were
John Stump is the son of ;
Admiral Felix B. Stump, former from the Army; 5,169 were Pub- dependent could obtain from
CommissionedCorps civilian sources. The restrictionswere
Commander- Chief of the lic Health Service
removed Jan. 1, 1960.
Pacific and Lt. Donald Felt is personnel, Coast Guard,
THE THIRD annual reportto
the son of Admiral Harry D. and Coast and Geodetic Survey
the Medicare
Congress on pro-
Felt, Commander -in Chief, o c.
revealed that while the
restrictions
Pacific.Lt. DECIDE UPON STAYING IN-A host of enlisted men gram
I \ 1 decided to cast their lot with tJ tie Navy and reenlisted for six were in force the num-
(jg) Thomas Burke has : .; more years prior to the recent .holiday season. Two of the re ber of civilian hospital admissionswere
the same last name as Admiral t' \ ..; : J S, enlistees are shown here. Abo1 re, Ronald Lawson, AMS3, of reduced some 160,000 cases! ,
NAS Jax Aircraft Maintenanci> Department is sworn in by
Arteigh A. Burke, Chief of .' Below Ed about half of which were cared
Capt. James R. Reedy. NAS c rnmanding officer.
Naval Operations and Lt. (jg) \ ward Sanders AEI is reenlist ed by Capt. Reedy. Sanders is for in service hospitals.

James Pirie signs his last name Sunday January 22 also attached to Aircraft Main tenance Department.__ I The report declared there has

the same way as Vice Admiral ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL been no significant variation from

Robert B. Pirie, Deputy Chief of 0830-Service of Worship. month to month in the average
'
Naval Operations for Air. 0930-Sunday School, three- five and one-half days a patient

Other VA-34 men with fam- year-olds through adults, Build- k stays in the hospital.
ing 722; Adult Bible Class, Small This is explained by the fact
namesakes Lt.
ous are (jg)
Chapel. that a majority of the cases are
Kenneth Olsen and Lt. (jg) '
0930-Service of Worship.; obstetrical or surgical. "The per-
Donald Brown with the same
110 -Service of Worship. iod of hospital stay for these con-
last names as Rear Admiral
1830-Teen-Age, Senior ,High ditions equates itself to a rather
Clarence E. Olsen, former headof
and United Fellowship of Pro- stabilized period," the report ob-
the Military Assistance Ad-
testants, Building 722 and Small served.IN .
visory Group in Norway, and
there
Chapel. OVERSEAS areas
Admiral Charles R. Brown,
.
were 4,562 claims submitted for
Commander-in-Chief of Allied
ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL payment at a cost of $367,779
Forces in Southern Europe and
former Sixth Fleet Commander 0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass. 4 during calendar year 1959.
: (1" With the exception of Alaska,
Hawaii and Puerto Rico whichare

Cartoon ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL0615Confessions. administered by the Army,
Navy
.' the secretary of each uniformed

Contest BeginsThe 0630-Mass. service i responsible for making

0930-1015-Java; Club. payment for authorized medicalcare
sixth All-Navy Comic 1030-Protestant Worship in his respective area.
Cartoon Contest is now open, Foul Weather Spoils

and all Navy personnel on active I
duty and their dependents Christian Science FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION

are eligible to enter. Tuesdays, 1900, Small Chapel Many InaugurationsSmiling
.
To be accepted, gag or situ-

ation cartoons must have a JEWISH SERVICES skies are the hope of every President-elect for the Election of officers for the
:
Navy theme or background, Small Chapel, between All great day of his life-the apex of his careerInaugurationDay. 1961 Board of Directors of the

be in good taste and be acceptable Saints and St. Edward's Chapels. For clear, sunny weather could well portend clear "Yukon Fleet Reservists, Inc.,"
sailing for his administration, in addition to putting the
fer general use. They Wednesday, 1500 Religious a Florida corporation, is scheduled -
be in black ink 8 spectators i in a festive, cheering mood.
/should! on School. to be held tonight (Thurs-
Yet the sad fact is that for the
by 10& inch white paper or 2015-Adult Education Class. 43 presidential investitures which second inauguration, the cere- day), at 2000 in the meetinghall

illustration board. Friday, 2000-Worship service. mony, arranged to occur on the at 4530 120th St., Yukon.
The Chief of Naval Person- 2100-Oneg Shabbat. the country has seen from 1789 East Portico, had to be trans- This election will be held in
through 1957, about half of them
nel will furnish championship ferred to the Hall of Representatives conjunction with the regular
have been dampened by
snow,
trophies for presentation to Words of Wisdom because of snow and rain. monthly meeting of Branch 126,
rain cold
freezing or cutting
the first five place winners. Behold, how good and how winds. William Henry Harrison, age 68, FRA. Honor guests at the branch
Winning cartoons will be the first President to die in will be the two
pleasant it Is for brethren to JAMES MONROE was the was meeting new
published in "All Hands" ma- .on'ice-and inaugural weatherwas classes at NATTUnit AE"B"
unity.
dwell together in find President to have the weather ,
gazine. probably to blame. Harrison School Class 61-02 and AO"B"Class
-Psalms, CXXXIII, 1 harry his oath-taking. On his
___ _mmu refused either to wear an overcoat 6102.Nominations.
'" '" .'" "" : closed 'carriage in
ro" ', 'f or use a for the ten cor-

.i : ., .. .. ,' ''';' his ride down Pennsylvania Ave. poration Board of Directors fer

< Instead he rode to the Capitolon 1961 include A. W. Midgett, L.
; .+k,;<>t f, A f r !
h: r:0a4r : ;.. + Jrf' a magnificent white charger W Johnson
k?' t > > 4ftafd' :g P. Whitmire, H. ,
Y't} blinding freezing
/ n j 4 ?AAyy through T. Cowart, P. W. Hetz, J. E.
t'' ry t #
; weather; then he proceeded to Murphy, W. Zielman, T. S. Scott,
{piss ,Nr 4nF..r the for almost two
speak in open J. Mandujano and R. Atwood.

}s.. '. t t: 'r, s< ,ty hours. Exactly one month later Unit 126, Ladies Auxiliary of

he was dead of pneumonia. FRA, has elected Mrs. Margaret

FRIGID INAUGURAL weather Whitmire to office of vicepresident -

also marred the investiture of to fill an unexpired term

Millard Fillmore. This time it was. vacated as result of Mrs. Liz

F his wife who died within the Attebery who is leaving soon

6 month. for Maryland and then Puerto

Franklin Pierce also was sworn Rico.

in with no assist from the ele- The Anchors Aweigh" social

ments, as were James Garfield, will take place' at the meetinghall

A-' ,1/ 4 Grover Cleveland, William Mc- 4530 120th St., in Yukon,

Kinley and William Howard Saturday at 2000. Next meeting

__ Ti Taft, the last in a raging blizzard. of the Unit is scheduled for

;: -, February 9 at 2000 at the meet-

# "Why is it," asked a visitor to ing hall.

< the U.S. Mint, "that they stamp'In

EIGHT OUT OF NINE Children of the family of John Crotty AEI, that have God We Trust' on the pen- He: "My girl friend'is a twin."

been born at the Jax Naval Hospital. Left to right. Jonelle Kathleen 2, Jerome Timothy 3, Joan nies?" Him: "How can you tell them

Bernadette. 5, John Patrick, 8, Jean Frances, 9, James Michael 10, Judith Theresa, II, and Janet "That," explained the guide, apart?"
Marie 12. Mrs. Crotty holds Jeffrey Brian 14 days, with father standing by. The family was on "is for the benefit of the people 'He: "Her brother walks dif-
hand at the Naval Hospital last Friday to celebrate the arrival of the 21,000ih baby. VICki Lynn "
who use them for fuses. ferently.
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Jax VisitorOne 4 $ .

of the biggest "Wel- :

come Aboards" ever stagedfor i {'r t ti ?try.
a Navy dependent was
accorded tiny Vicki Lynn
Bernath, daughter of Airman
and Mrs. Robert Bernath at
the Naval Hospital Friday.At .
unique ceremonies stagedin
the Family Hospital's Florida
v.
; Room, Vicki Lynn, the Hospital's
21OCOth arrival, was accorded T
full honors.
d
WHILE THE ComFairJax Navy
Mme.
Band played "Rock-abye 'Baby" -
..
Vicki Lynn, escorted by the new 2I '" "
mother, passed through a Marine -

Corps honor guard unit. TTiTTIf1i; ,
The honoree was then pre- A { ,rh
sented with many gifts by Capt.
William L. Engelman, Hospital ; .
commanding officer. Gifts were _:-_ _ s
donated for the occasion by the 1 + Y 4b
following: Harry Finklestein Co.; \
Leroy Joyner Co.; Peterson's 5
and 10 Cent Store; French Novelty -
Shop; Ferrell Diamonds;
Armed Services Committee of
the Jax Chamber of Commerce; a Hogan St. Cigar Shop; Gift
Certificate from May-Cohen's;
Cunningham Furniture Co.; Eli
Lilly Co.; and Formulate Co.
In addition, Vicki received a
Savings Bond from Capt. Engel- j- -q- IY I-

man, an oversized birth certifi-
cate and a special baby pennant.
THE SURGEON General of the
U. S. Navy, Rear Admiral B. W.

Hogan, sent a congratulatory .4' ,
telegram to the proud parents.
Present for the occasion were
many children who were born at ,
R 3
the Naval Hospital. Largest of ;}. }}' YSr .
,
}!\:Y>6:: {
the families was the family of
John Crotty, AE1, and Mrs.
Crotty. Eight of their nine :ree _
children were born at the Jax
Hospital. The ninth was bornat '
Portsmouth, Va., Naval Hos-
pital. w
t n'c
Honored guests, families and .
friends partook of cake and
punch. The cake was decoratedby
Nathaniel Breaker, Hospital ,aylR :
cook. It consisted of four layers, F:; : nbrWfi'1 I
the first was 18 inches in cir-

cumference, the next 14 inches, \ : t!:; \ ,
the third 10 inches and the top
layer, 5 inches.
The cake wai attractively decorated -
with pink and green r x
frosting. Atop the cake nesteda .fv b. X k}
stork with the traditional :Ar%Y..4

baby cargo.FAETU's.

bt2'Gx r'Yoar.r.>dub4 ;1i"27CkwY0ro3t\i::; ..,
Training 21,000ih BABY-((1)) William Jewell, HN Mrs. E. J. Ashley, RN, Barbara Fox HM3. and
LtJg( ) S. Musselwhite all assist in raising the Baby Pennant for the 21,000ih baby born at the
Films Are ListedHere Naval Hospital, Vicki Lynn Bernath daughter of Airman and Mrs Robert Bernath. ((2)) Capt. Wile
films availablefor liam L. Engelman Hospital CO presents a bouquet to proud parents as Vicki Lynn looks on. ScoutingRecent
are more ((3)) Marine Corps Honor guardsmen L/Cpl. R. C. Fuller and Cpl. J. E. Wolfe, present baby
checkout from the FAETU- pennant to new mother as father (left) and Capt. Engelman look on.' ((4)) New family receives
Lant Film Library. full honors from the NAS Marine Barracks Honor Guard. ((5)) Bernath cuts the four.tiered cake. arrivals on board at
Medical Defense Against decorated with lilies in light green and pink frosting while cake's baker, Nathaniel Breaker gets FAW-11 are M. D. Fowler, PN1,
ready to serve it. ((6)) Vicki Lynn U ready for a snooze after the ceremonies.
Chemical Warfare-Gas Attack- from USS Claud Jones; E. T.
Self Aid-MN 8266 D-Film Kane, RMSA, from Norfolk
Traffic Violators Police I
demonstrates protective measuresto Keep BusySome BREEZESJudge Naval Radio School; W. R.

be taken by each individualto 90 tickets were handedout sent to traffic school and 1 : "Will you tell the court Thomas, RMSA, and N..S. Med-
protect himself before and by Station police to traffic other restricted besides being what passed between you and ved, RMSA, from Class "A"
after contamination' by a chemi- violators aboard the Naval Air sent to school; two persons received your wife during the quarrel?" School at Bainbridge, Md., and
cal warfare gaent. (17 min. K) Station in December. indefinite suspensions; 17 Defendant: "A flat iron, a rolling R. B. McDaniel Jr., RM2, from
Effective Naval LeadershipThe Following offenses were com- were ususpended; 6 received I 'pin,,six plates and a tea ket- USS Tallahatchie County.
( Challenge of General Or- mitted: reckless driving, 4; ob- warnings; 11 cases were dismissed tle." Leaving for new assignmentsare
der No. 21)-MN 8829 A-Film structing traffic, 1; improper and 6 cases were referred to S. J. O. Everett, AK3, to USS
introduces the need for more parking, 13; failure to stop at other activities for action. I The guest was amazed to tee Roosevelt; A. Benairs, SA, and
emphasis on Naval Leadershipand stop sign, 11; speeding, 21; a dog playing poker with the R. L. Reed, SA, both of whom
provides guides for settingup faulty equipment, 7; inattentive (Answers to Braintwister) I rest of the family. will report to Submarine Schoolat
programs. ((25 min. K) driving, 3, involved in accidents, 1. Shortcoming; 2. Longsighted "My," he exclaimed, "what a New London, Conn.
Transistors-PN FundamentalsMN 15, and other violations, 40.( ; 3. Shorthand; 4. Longhorn; smart dog.
8479 A-Discussion of the The Traffic Control Officer issued 5. 6. Congratulations go to R. E.
Longevity; Long Tom; 7. "Aw he's not so smart, said
principles that apply to all tran- 24 restrictions; two others S h 0 r t-1poken; 8. Shortcut; 9. the head of the house. "Every Clark, AT2, and L. H. Rowley,
sistors and junction rectificers. were restricted and went to the Short-change; 10. Shortwave; 11. time he has a good hand. he wags RM3, who were awarded P-l
(11 min. b&w) C.O. for further action; 10 were Longitute, and 12. Longshoreman.I his tail." I( proficiency pay this month.Plge .
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Ask//Fa'Usyou V JAX NEWS AIR SPORTSFliers


own U.S. Savings
Why do you or why do
[ not?
fiat was the question asked Win Four StraightTo
ersons aboard the Station by
1 Jax Air News' Roving Re-

er.es Even Season's SlateThe
I buy bonds. I find that
:,tom ,4 they are a good revitalized Jax Navy Fliers toppled the Patrick AFB
?eA, : means for investing Rockets in.two tilts, 84-82, in an overtime thriller, and 76-72
in the the next n 2ht.
court.
''S future. I have Records were set in both
4 Aided Mil-
by sharpshooter
r been buying games, as flier Jerry Milavec
high point with 21
avec man
,' busted the strings for 28 pointsto
:; ; savings bonds
"
markers, the Fliers pulled ahead
the mark made
i equal high
earlier in the season by ex-Flier
: : : Vernon Rollins. Milavec might BULLETINNAS
: : have broken this but he fouled
,
: ; : i Jacksonville will be host
out in the final
: quarter. to the 1961 South Atlantic Regional *
PETE CIANI to life in
came
Basketball Tournament
[ the second game to rack up an Feb. 27. March 3 at Mainside
impressive 21 points, a high- ,
water mark for him. gym.
The All-Navy Tournament will
This is the first time this
sea-
be held in Seattle Washington
son the Fliers have-defeated an-
other service team two straight. March 610.

1 The wins give the Fliers a 7-7 to a 39-25 lead in the half.
( record for the season. Jax increased their lead in the
sy The Fliers eased their sea- second period as backcourterCiani
i son's record by racking up two shortest man on the squad,
; : : more wins last week at the repeatedly stole the ball, grabbed
\ I STREAK-The Jax Navy Fliers, Mainside Gym.In rebounds, and shined on defense
Christmas holidays with a two. the first game against-Eglin to. hinder Glynco's efforts to close

hike their.AFB season's*have record now strung to 77. AFB, they squeaked past their the gap.
( uniform. left) and Jerry Mil strong opponents 6661.In .
I Eglin AFB's Ron Malmer in spite of a slim .28-27 lead F//ers'/ Farings
in a game last week at Main.
at the half, the Navy quintetwas
66.61, to start them on the Player FG FTA FTM Pts.
able to hold their opponentsat Milavec 64 65 47 175
bay for the balance of the Young .3 76 .9 135
; game. Reed 34 53 30 98
{ BE A TENS Flier guards Milavec and CI.nl 39 18 15 93
Tom Warner shared high point Werner 31 26 13 75
laurels with 20 apiece. Stillman 28 25 5 61
LOOP I. The next night, the Fliers Orr 25 U B 58
pulled off their fourth win of Thompson 17 20 13 .I
I tightened up last week. the week as' they blasted GlyncoGa. Butler 6 11 6 18
and three other clubs are Navy 81-55, at the Mainside tiug 5 8 7 17
win but'inbetween 'these six Freeman 1 9 4 6
close. .

I among two VAP-62 hardwood I I Mainside Bowling I I I A
Entries Trickle In Navyman Top
entries, tripped VA-44, 55-52;
The deadline for team entriesin
Administration remained un- the M Bin i sid i e Intramural Winner In 1960
beaten by downing Operations,
Spring Bowling League will be
75-68; and Overhaul and Repair
pocket"i; picked up its initial win of the tomorrow (Friday.) Freedoms Entry
Only 17 teams have been entered -
season over winless NARTU, 39-
pocket"s : 24, in a low-scoring affair. thus far. More than twice Ltjg( ) Elmer Simpson Jr., of
that number was anticipated. A Air Antisubmarine Squadron 37
: : : ; Also, VP-18 handed VA-44 its schedule will be made up Mon- at Los Alamitos, Calif., is the
: : ; second straight licking, 47-40; day. Navy's top winner in the 1960
Aircraft Maintenance downed freedoms Foundation essay com-
ComFair Jax, 64-34, and VP-30 "Tell me," said the lady to petition and will be honored
and the Boathouse each won over' the old soldier, "were you cool during inauguration festivities
| hapless VAP-62 Warriors by respective in battle?" tomorrow in Washington.
| scores of 58-45 and 52- "Cool?" said the veteran. "Why Simpson and the top winner

51. 1 fairly shivered." from the other services- -were..to.
be guests at a breakfast this
morning when each was to receive -
i%'' ht'rY a cash award and medal.
.r.S; 3<" The five servicemen will attend -
the inaugural ceremonies

inaugural tomorrow parade.and will ride in the

,Ltjg) ,Simpson entered the
1960 Freedoms Foundation

,I SGT';R awards program and submitteda
[ i 2 letter on the subject "My
"
I 3 w Vote: Freedom's Privilege. He
r : third
f will be awarded n place

I / ;; : Washington award of $100 Honor and Medal.a George

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Pin Splitters Setting PaceIn

EM Wives Tenpin PlayIn

the Enlisted Men's Wives
I Bowling League, the Pin Split-
I I L -r-- ters, with a 41-19 record, boast
: a seven game edge over the
second place Oddballs, with a
: MARKSMANSHIP AWARDS-Lt. Col. Duane Fultz, com- 34-26 record. The Hi Balls are
manding Officer of the NAS Jax Marine Barracks, presents
in third place with a 29-31
trophy to S/Sgt. T. C. Tompkins. Tompkins received the trophy. slate.
for high score with the M-l rifle. On left M/Sgt. O. W Braden High series honors for the
holds trophy received for high score of 362 with the 45 cal.
pistol. On far right, Pvt. J. W. Smith displays trophy he received week went to Dorothy Stewart
as runner-up in the M-l rifle competition. with a 519.




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8 JAX AIR NEWS 19 January 1961


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. March Of Dimes Funds .'Classified.. l-: I,

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'- -- "
"
: .. -. '

Still Aid Polio Victims r,tr.st For Sal
Cedar HIII.-I;. 4-Wrm, 2 bath,

The ------ 1 ti4 kit, Ideal for Ig. family or vied atfflc
saying that
an ounce
of prevention is worth more I I March of Dimes organization, apt., patio, txtra-lg. util. rm.,

than a pound of cure doesn't "the cost would still run to mil- waII-watt carpet VA loan. Bett Whit-

j tell the whole story. The lions of dollars each year for > field, SP 1.1298.Transferring .

prevention is also much years to come. Y In Jan.-My Ion Is your
(
\ cheaper to buy.. In health it "A muscle that is destroyedby gain, on 3 bdrm, home kit. equip, extra -

) is cheaper by uncounted polio never comes back. The I Ig, fen. cor. It. GI Equity, one blk

: billions of dollars. damage is offset, as well as pos- from Cedar Hill hp.. cen. Griffin, SP

1 Just how great the dollar- sible, through substitution of ? i a 1.1612 or ext. 8133.

I and-cent saving is from a sin- mechanical devices, through Being Trantferred-Muit tell $3,300
gle disease preventive-to say compensatory training and de- : equity In $1,00 mobile home, 40 x 10',

velopment of other muscles and : < < *-; .: 2 bdrm., auto. wshr., wire fen.,
I nothing of the, protection of # ,:." ... M 's. ass to
human life and health-is viv- through adjustment of the pati- .: ......, q apprec. at 5939 Rooievelt Blvd., Lot 7,
:
"
idly brought out in the story of ent to a new life. This takes ';..' ... ,i.: ,,,. ,:fu... .*' > >'<< .' ''.. :".. .'. ....<,,..,.,, ,it Trailer Terrace after 1700 wkdayi & anytime -
:' : """" ',.
<: : ,
,, -
'Qs
'f. .
/ $ '
the March of Dimes-supported care and equipment and services, ::It.M: >*:> : ':: : ",' .,': wkendt. Jordan, AD2, ext. 396, wk-

! vaccine which prevents paralytic all of them costly and many of r. ; >>>> ; << / ::t:@ }ift: days or EV 4-7878 after 1700 and wk-

polio. them over long periods," he said. ends.

THE VACCINE came into "THE NATIONAL Foundationhas For Rent
r.
public use five and a half years invested a third of a bil- Newly Dec. Apt.-Duplex, 2 bdrm,

ago. At that time polio had beenon lion dollars in taking polio suf- A. Rosso SUNDAY, Chief SCHOOL of Navy CONFERENCE-Rear Chaplains, speaks at a banquest Admiral George during) glaned-ln bk. porch, liv. rm. & din.

a rampage in, the United Sta- ferers over the long road backto annual meeting of the curriculum consultants for the Unified rm., new kit equip, carport & Ig. store

tes-57,879 cases in 1952, then health and usefulness. In 1960 Protestant Sunday School Curriculum for Armed Forces. Representatives rms.. B-B-que equip near NAS Jax &

35,592 in 1953, and 38,476 in 1954. alone, an estimated $13,250,000in from 20 religious denominations gathered at NAS Cecil Field. Mia Wettberry, EL 4-9570,
Jax to select Sunday School lesson material for use in Armed
Prevention came just in time. March of Dimes funds went Forces Sunday Schools.Beneficial. EV 88396.On .

The March of Dimes, which for that purpose, and the great Waterfront-Horn. with 6 spacious

sponsored and paid for the re- bulk of it was for persons who rms., conv. to NAS, couple or 3 peopleto

search that went into the vac- had suffered their polio attacks Suggestion share, $95 per mo. Louis Kwontler,

cine, was under heavy financial years before. EV 81436.

strain because it also had to "Our scientists are workingnow This 'n' That

meet the bills for hospital care on other disease problems," Awards To 24 HereBeneficial Riders W.nted-Area near Murray Drive,
and rehabilitation. of polio
pa- Mr. O'Connor continued, "includ- 08001630. Mrt. Vera M. Anderson, EV

tients, ing the greatest virus disease Suggestion awards to civilian employees at 8-4743 or Ext. 749.

What might have happenedwith research program in the world NAS Jax totaled $700 for the month of November. Employeesat Found-Pair of eyeglasses with case in

a few more years of such today. What they learned from Overhaul & Repair Department were awarded $650, an park lot, rear of Marine Bki. Owner

heavy incidence and with no the work of solving the polio employee at Public Works and one at Security Departmentwere may claim them at Admin. Office,

preventive can only be conjec- problem gives them a long head awarded 25 dollars. .
Other O&R awards Marine Bks. See Sgt. Ma{, Marine Bki.
tured. But as it happened, with start on a whole of other presentedby
range Rolando Triozzi, of O&R, received Ride Wanted-4273 Baltic Ave. to
the vaccine turn in the Capt. Haley were to William
came a diseases
including birth defects
,
a $60 check presented by Martin and Frank Brooks, $45; Wave Bks., arive at 0745, depart 1630.

tide.POLIO DROPPED from 28- and arthritis. Capt. Thomas B. Haley, O&R James Smith and Michael Tkac, Key Warr, EV 4.1318 or EV 99221.Marterie .
But to keep supporting this Officer, for a 'Capacity Leakage
two awards of $25 and $10 ----t
985 cases in 1955 to 15,140 in ;
work, we must raise funds!! Analyzer' which is the design
1956, to 5,485 in 1957. In 1959 the Charles Carse and John Scharrer ', Band
through the New March of Dimes and fabrication of a tester for:
total was 8,425, and the 1960 I two $10 awards; Johnny Todd
over and above what we need evaluating and selecting capaci- (Continued from Page 1))
figure hit a new low of an esti- and Clarence Batten, $10 and
for polio. tors for in circuits requiring
use Lakes recruit Marterie organizeda
mated 3,100.However Charles Starrett and Oswald
the damage done by high quality components. This Hale $65.OBCR Navy band, which after hun-

polio lives after it, and The Na- Civilian .Cafeteria device detects very small dreds of shows at service install-
tional Foundation which is sup- amounts of current leakage and AWARDS were also pre- ations and civilian bond rallies,
eliminate of faulty capaci- sented Wilbert Eberle, $10; John
use the
.
ported through the New Marchof Announces Special was commonly accepted as
McGowan Theodore
I tors. $25; Mer-
best service band in the country.
Dimes, is still struggling to I
Another popular manager'sspeeipl
curi $15 Summers Jr.
; Joseph ,
famous sing-
the
meet the bill. ANOTHER outstanding bene- Among more
has been announced at
$10 Harold Long $20 Benjamin
; ;
"If all paralytic polio were to the Civilian Cafeteria. The ficial Suggestion, one submittedby les waxed by the Marterie group
Dense Todd and James
$60 $20,
; ;
stop tomorrow and there were latest is scheduled for next O&R employee John Gam-. Hendricks, $15. are Pretend, Crazy, Man, Crazy,

not a single newf case," explains Wednesday. It will feature mon, is 'Universal Strongback Blue Mirage, Shish Kabob, Cara-
of the Other awards were made to van, Skokiaan, Tricky, and one
Basil O'Connor, president spaghetti and meat balls. and Spreader Bar' which gave
I O&R employees Marcus Oliver his latest Compulsion.At .
of ,
The, complete meat, which him. $100.This '
$50; Clarence Knudsen, $15, and
will sell for 65 cents, includes: suggestor designed and: the same time the dancesare
He Was three awards of and
OnlyA $10, $25,
spaghetti and meat balls, had manufactured an improved: being held here, similar
$40 to Jim Gales.
french bread or rolls, cole type of spreader bar with ad- functions will be conducted at

Dog But-- slaw, jello jewels, and tea or justable pad-eyes. Its use pro- Capt. J. Henry Etter, Public many other points on the globe,

coffee. vides a more efficient and safer Works Officer, presented John all intended to usher in the
"Stores is dead." Johnson of Public Works with a Golden Anniversary Year of
The cafeteria, located in method of moving and positioning -:
This simple phrase means award for his benneficial
$25 Naval aviation,
Building Two, is open from heavy objects in confined
nothing perhaps to most people "Better Plan
1100 to 1300. areas. suggestion: to .. .
here but to anyone who has ever Keep Water Out of Power k ,
F'
served at Pearl Harbor, the Plant." ,

name Stores should be remem-
Security Department employeeJohn

bered. Stolarski was presented
Stores was only a dog but was $25 for his suggestion of 'Im-
better known at Pearl than most ,
provement of Parking at Bluejackets' -
admirals. He known to
was "
Inn. Lcdr. Theodore M.
thousands of sailors who have
Payne, Security Officer, pre- k
spent any amount of time thereat Y't'4HJ
sented his award.NATTU .
all. _

Listed in the supply systemas I
Wives Host
"Dog, General Purpose, Brown

and White," Stores was a fixturefor Fashion ProgramNATTUnit

nearly 20 years. No one is

sure exactly when he "reported" officers wives will r 1Y .9k

aboard but most say it must be hostesses for the All-Wives

have been before the, Japanese Luncheon scheduled February 1

attacked.He <, :fik : at 1200 at the NAS Jax Officers
:
adopted the Naval Base f1' Club.

Band and traveled everywherethat \ "h" Theme of the program will be

outfit went, even having a "Hearts of Fashion." A ,fashion

,permanent seat on the bus used k : show, with clothingmodeled by

in the band's travels. officers wives, will be a high-

Near the end of his time, light of the day.

Stores was unable to enjoy the .;$ Chairman of the event and '

band's concerts thoroughly, old BENEFICIAL SUGGESTOR Rolando TrioxzL of OfcR. senior hostess will be Mrs. Ro- 41'
has received a Beneficial Suggestion check for his design and
its dimming toll. +
taking
age fabrication of a tester for evaluating and selecting capacitors bert J. Fleming, wife of the EYE OPENER-Garbed in an
Just recently Stores crawled for use in circuits requiring high quality components. This NATTUnit commanding officer. Itsy busy checked bikini,
under the band barracks device detects very small amounts of current leakage and eliminates Terry Dahly, wife of Air Force French dancer Claudine Lon.

building and went to meet his use of faulty capacitors. Capt. Thomas B. Haley O&R Maj. R. N. Dahly, will be fashion get apparently has the quali-
Officer, who presented Triozzi with his check, inspects the ties that cause men to turn
Creator. the analyser. I commentator. around for a second look.p' .