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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 16, 1961
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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I Policy And Planning Board Established By NASEstablishment I



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of a Naval policies and procedures and continued each Tuesday at plans officer and such officers under study by the various

Air Station Management Policy for future programming." 1000 as the Commanding Of and civilian employees as may intra departmenal manage-

and Planning Board WITH THE commanding of. ficer's Conference.The be specifically designated by ment groups of the command:

which will replace the Station ficer as chairman, the group new board shall be the chairman. (2) A continuing review of

Planning and Budget will convene on the fourth composed of the following MATTERS TO be considered the command's personnel

Boards, has been announcedby Thursday of each month at members: commanding officer 'by the Management Policy management practicies and

Capt. James R. Reedy, 1030 in the conference room executive officer, public and Planning Board will include procedures. including such

commanding officer. of the main administration works officer, overhaul and but not limited ,to: plans and projects as may be

The board's objective is to building. repair oficer, supply officer, ((1)) A continuing review of under study by the various

"obtain consenual resolutionon However, it has been operations officer, adminis- general inter departmental intra departmental manage

all matters pertaining to pointed out that the weekly tration officer, aircraft main- management practices and ment groups of the command.

the establishment and maint- meeting scheduled previouslyas tenance officer, comptroller, procedures, including such ((3)) Recommendations con-

enance of sound management the Planning Board will be industrial relations officer, plans and projects as may be (Please turn to Page 6. CoL 1))


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6ND BASKETBALL !;? LEGAL HOLIDAY


Tourney Staits Jt1 Xc flJ44)flJ3 Next Wednesday


Here Tomorrow Washington's Birthday


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\ \ \e k' \ 'Citizen Sailors' From




North Invade StationSome


150 "citizen sailors" and 50 officers from Michigan,

Ohio, and Pennsylvania arrived at Jacksonville Naval Air

Station Tuesday. for their two weeks of annual training-

duty. VA-732.

Naval Air Reservists from Air
NARMU-731 is the supporting
_. 'k I Wing Staff 73, Naval Air Reserve ground maintenance squadronwith

Maintenance Unit 731 and Comdr. William Wells of

ra Helicopter Squadron 731, who Grosse Point Farms, Mich. as

train on weekends at Grosse lIe, commanding officer.

Mich. are training jointly in a HU-731 is carrying out air-

Task Force type of operation. sea rescue excercises in the area
_
ATTACK SQUADRON 732 with Comdr. D. Kipp of Detroitas

with its single engine AD-5 attack skipper. The units will be

aircraft is involved in working out of Hangar 115.

special weapons and attack force THE TWO-WEEK period of

support. Comdr. Calvin Rock, of active duty is conducted to improve -
and ciTillan
-- HEADLINE KICKOFF RALLY-Military
per.
sound of Nary activities In the Jax area launched their 1961 East Detroit, Mich, is skipper of the proficiency of pilots,
Rally LaunchesHealthCrusade National Health and Joint Crusade fund railing campaign witha aircrewmen and ground person-
mammoth kickoff rally Monday at Mainside Theatre. On nel. Und r leadership of Comdr.

hand were Navy dignitaries keymen unit chairman campaign Get Your Copy In R. Defoe, of Grosse lie as task
workers, and representatives of participating agendec. Left to
right above are Leonard Eubanks and Capt. Nelson Head cochairmen Early Next WeekThe force commander and his Air

of the drive: Jacob Bryan III spokesman for the Jax Air News will go Wing Staff, the squadrons are
Crusade Rear Adm. Kenneth ComFalrJax: Mrs. Julian in joint training ef-
Joint : to press a day early next week operating a
Fund Warren, National Health Agencies representative; and Richard fort.
Campaign"The Forbecker chairman of Duval County coordinating committee. due to Washington's Birthday,
which will be observed as a I

way the free people of legal holiday. Civilian Blood Donor

this nation are able to help Santa Maria Chase Nets Copy from all units must Day Slated March 1
reach the editor's desk not
the person who can't help Another Civilian Blood Donor
himself exemplifies the true later than 1500 Monday, while Day is scheduled for Wednes-
Praise For Patron 18Patrol photographs must be submit-
American spirit. day, March 1 at the Mainside
. The
ted by 0900 Monday. paper
That was the gist of the message Dispensary, Building 8.
received thanks from the Portugese Chiefof will be distributed on
given to hundreds of key- Squadron 18 has Types "A" and 0" blood are
Staff for its help in searching for the liner Santa Maria last Thursday as usual.
men, unit chairman, and cam
conclusion.In needed.
month and bringing! the incident to a happy
paign workers who attended the
a personal interview with
big kickoff rally Monday mom- the U. S. Naval Attache in Lisbon -w-. ;
ing at the Mainside Theatre for
Portugal, this week, Vice
the 1961 Federal Service Cam-
Admiral Sousa Iva expressed
paign in support of National
thanks for the Navy's assistancein
Health and the Joint Crusade.
the incident.
REV. ROBERT GISLER. pastorof
SPEAKING FOR HIMSELF
the Snyder Memorial Metho-
personally and in the name of y
dist Church, principal speaker,
the Minister of the Marine, Ad-
($;aid: "We don't hold these campaigns -
miral Uva relayed gratitude and -i.
I-
just to show the rest of
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appreciation for vast efforts and 4L4t j
the world we ,are prettying up s .,
effective assistance
our scene. In such efforts we extremely
rendered US ships and air- c
are defending the health and by __ _
craft involved in the search. ,
body of the nation we call our _

own. This is a wonderful opportunity NAS Jacksonville-based VP-18,

to help our fellow flying P2V "Neptune" aircraft /v Jr 4;

man." under the command of Comdr. i E
: r lr.
He likened the complacencyamong Richard A. Sampson, was the

our people in these fund first ,U. S. Navy force committedto

raising drives as "diseases of the search for the Santa :fr. ,/, .'1C:" ,,''i* ',w' l""

hardening of the categories" in Maria, first to make contact, } / 1
which people assume that "we first to make radio contact, and i : ;
< ,
was the pathfinder to new ,', ., y ..? : ,,," --"" 'y
shall do like we always do and many ? V'Yf1 ,-- /'
what was good enough last yearis operating bases for continued /y k.ll.. *y" } /! 1p I ..
search and surveillance of the good enough again.
-- ._...... : :
"WE MUST BE alive to things liner. COMMENDED BY PORTUGUESE ADMIRAl-Here' the crew of the P2V Neptune bomber -

today. Seek new ways of doing ADMIRAL UVA stated in his from Patrol Squadron 18 which was first to make contact with the Portugese liner Santa

things; get a new perspective on interview that Portugese naval Maria last month, and which won for the squadron the personal thanks of the Portugese Chiefof
Staff Vice Adm. Sousa Uva. Kneeling (left to right) are H. E. Sellers. AM2: G. ,Sakmar. AT2
life and our fellow man. All we authorities are convinced U. S.
and J. P. Smith. AT2. Standing (left to right) R. A. Sampson. skipper: Lt (Jg) D. L. Kraut:
are trying to do is to help those Navy handling of the situation W, D. Luter, ADI Lt (fig) T. J. Meighen LtJg( ) D. E. Nelson: W. A. GlranL AT2 and K. R.
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NEWS February
Page 2 JAX AIR }1961



-S RetentionPlanAimsTo' iiicfl




MAS, JaaieeflsCapt. Keep Critical SkillsThere Ask UsIn


Jemef R. Reedy Commanding Officer need for the Navy to delve into all areas your own personal '
Officer is an urgent opinion
Corndr. Robert Nelson Executive
those
aid in the rentention of Navy men, particularly what do you think !
HAft SIx, Heat Air lacka.avlie which might Bureau of should be<
B. J. Semmes,
Reer Adm. Kenneth Craig Commander with critical skills, says Rear Admiral done to decrease automobile
Capt. Gr.y fon H. Weber Chief of Stiff, FelrJia Naval personnel's Assistant Chief for Plans. ? accidents -

Cipf. Nelson M. Heed Chief of Stiff, NAB Six At present four proposals affecting Admiral Semmes said, that, That was the
Heel Air Wing Keren enlisted personnel are question asked
Capt. Renfro Turner, Jr. __ Commander because of a difference in operating of visitors and personnel at NAS

Capt. Murlln W. Alley Chief Staff Officer being studied. problems, some of the Jax by the Jax Air News'
Navel Air Technical Training Unit The proposals are: More pro- other services are not as enthusiastic ing Reporter."I Rov.

Capt. Robert I. Homing Commanding Officer pay to critical ratings; grantingof about pro-pay as the
Comdr Marion K. Smith_ Executive Officer authority to award propayfor believe in never driving
Naval Hetplul Navy. while under the influence
of .
Wllllem L Cngelmen Commanding OffIcer critical ratings to commanding The Navy is also checking on M intoxicating
Capt. John O. fed. Navy-wide r '' : y"N0":g bev-
executive Officer officer, without several plans to retain officer

C pt. P. H. Holt _. NARTU Commanding Officer examinations; increased in opportunity the personnel. One, is to start paying ::r.' believe erages. in Also driving I
Comdr. Willlem M. MJfler Executive OfflonCopt. for promotion officers. responsibility pay. Another -
higher-rated billets in skilled :: k with the
is to increase obligated I' ;
Printed commercially with non-epproprtated funds In Jeckionvllle, Florida at no trades. This means less chance in plan impression that
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1953 service for Naval Acadmyand
Distributed free of charge to military end civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, the "soft" ratings; and increasedpay NROTC graduates to six I every child on

Naval Air Station Naval Air Technical Training |Mt, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air for critically-required rat- A third plan is to supportthe i---' I the road is
Reierve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital. "technician"pay years. : $
adding a
ings by for your own'Harman
Service Information Officer Comdr.. Alex N. Mclnnli Jr.Assistant term retention proposals "
scale, or by using the war- Fred G. Herman .
Service Information Officer Andrew H. PUney reserve officers.Photo .
Feature Editor-Mae Spencer, JOI; Staff Reporten-Sandy Martlruon, JOSN rant pay scale. YNl, US Naval Reserve

Ralph Bailey, AA. Photographer-Joy Beccarl, PH2. The pro-pay area is being Training Center, Gainesville,
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and International Units
looked into. The Navy
carefuly
Councils of Industrial Editors. Fla."They
The Jax Air News Is a member the Armed Forces Press Service. Material knows that some reenlistmentsare could put a few more

appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs resulting from the program Hear Aerial policemen on the roads to impress

unless otherwise credited, ere official U. S. Navy Photographs. and feels that more could re- upon people the more
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone extensions "
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8164, 656, 272 or 216. sult from a stronger program. Recon Talk more common tr: :.
mistakes I_ also____ !r ....-..

Comdr. Richard Schram, an believe in amandatory

e executive with Chicago Aerial 'L

Industries in civilian life, pre- rainingcourse \

sented a unique lecture here in drivE E ring

Sunday, February 19 ? bi'L'vx February 10 concerning new for all peri i '
,
: : : facets in the developingfield under "
ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL .> rapidly sons; 25 .:
t of military aerial reconnaissance. years old. .In- James
0830-Service of Worship.
surance; companies say people
0930-Sunday School three-
The lecture sponsored by Heavy under 25 are the worst drivers."
year-olds through adults Building

Photographic Squadron 62, was Lovick F. James, AD3, VW-4,
722; Adult Bible Class, Small
Chapel. open to all interested Fleet Air Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico.

Detachment officers. A large partof :"Well, I imagine the best way
0930-Service of
Worship. .,
the group in attendance con- r' '""" '">"" : .' to decrease automobile
1100-Service of Worship. jft": l> 1
sisted 0 f Light Photographic accidents
1830-Teen-Age, Senior High
Squadron 62 personnel, who a-
and United Fellowship of Pro ..'{: j would be
long with VAP-62, currently obtain i' to increase
testants, Building 722 and Small : : :1
the Navy's reconnaissance : :(:': ; : strict rules
Chapel. requirements over the eastern :. .:;;;: :
e e e (: 'W :*: '::; :.d And also, don'tmix
half of the world. Skipper of ;: ::; .:''; r
ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL VAP-62 is Comdr. John Cousins. :::=: : alcohol I I IirariP
and driving.
0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass. Comdr. Schram has for several
e e think they are
years performed aerial acrobatic the two most important things."
ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL feats for and
Navy recruiting
Lt. James A. Baker, Intern atU.S.
0615Confessions.0630Mass. demonstration purposes which
Naval Hospital.
includes his breath-taking feat
"A more intensified safety
0930-1015-Java Club. of landing a 'light aircraft atopa
program should be made available
1030-Protestant platform, simulating carrier
Worship a principally in what is call-
e deck, mounted moving
over a
::$""'"
ed 'defensive
Christian Science IMPROMPTU INSPECTION "Oops," seems to be the automobile. Moreover, his ach- [ ?
response from pilots of VA-44 who were given a surprise im- ievements in aerial reconnaissance driving. Myunderstanding (::
Tuesdays, 1900, Small Chapel promptu flight gear inspection last week. Lcdr. R. C. Maxwell, sciences
e e e safety officer, and other V A.C4 pilots shown above are being and his valuable of .defensive
JEWISH SERVICES inspected by Comdr. T. R. Sedell, executive officer and Comdr. contributions to better productive t.
C. R. Stokes, during the impromptu inspection at the "Hornet'i methods through Chicago Aerial's driving is to ii f",:. ; : ,

Small Chapel, between All Nest." Results shows that, with the exception of the usual Visual Integrated PresentationVIP figure out what ? :; ./1'.. ,.
,
Saints and St. Edward's Chapels. two percent, all VA-44 instructor and replacement pilots con ( ) are of distinct import to the other driver '..) '
formed with the safety standard set by instructions. x
Wednesday 1500
Religious is going to t
School. our courtry's future military '., 1- :
readiness. do. Then figure Major

2015-Adult Education Class. Services Expanded By New V.I.P. is an electro optical out ahead of time what you

Friday, 2000-Worship service. system designed to integrate intoa would do if the other driver
2100-Oneg Shabbat. caused accident.'"Neil R. Major '
single display a combinationof an

Civilian Cafeteria RegimeThe electronic or mechanical instrumentation HMCA,' US Naval Reserve

date. It is readily Training Center, Daytona Beach.
Season Of Lent Civilian Cafeteria at NAS
will open Monday under new day until 1500. The Food Services adaptable to all types of aircraftas
Schedule Board is well as to high performance Milton Gains
NotedThe management, the Employee Food completing a survey of Hoods

Lenten season began Services Board announced today. operations with representativesof submarines, surface ships, space Sullivan AuditionOne
the vehicles and other craft. In act-
new concessionaire
look-
yesterday with the observance The cafeteria and vending of Jacksonville's better
ing for means of uality, this product is "sight for
of Ash Wednesday rites service, which will include reopening improving flight." known entertainers, Milton

by Catholic personnel. During of the soda fountain at service to civilian employees. Hood, an employee of the

Lent, Mass will be held at the main cafeteria in Building 2, Additional information and an- Overhaul and Repair Depart-

St. Edward's Chapel Monday and operation of the canteen nouncements regarding cafeteriaand Bent, Wikoff Top ment at NAS Jax, has been

through Friday at 0600 and cafeteria in Building 110, anda vending services will followin granted' an audition for the

1645. and at King Hall, mobile canteen unit, will be future issues of the Jax Air AE School StudentsAt Ed Sullivan show.

NATTU at 1145. under the and News.A the sings
management February 10 graduationof Hood, a baritone who

On Saturdays, there will' be direction of Morrison Food Serv- Aviation Electrician's Mate spiritual, classicial and sem>-

one Mass at 0800 in St. Ed ice, Inc., of Florida. woman when launching her Class "A" School, students, classicial tunes, has resigned

ward's Chapel. Effective Monday, until fur- first ship was a little nervous. Douglas E. Bent, AEAN, of after 13 years at O&R. A well

Stations of the Cross, Ser ther notice, at the main cafe- She turned to the shipyard man- Maple Heights, Ohio, and Ronald known entertainer here for

mon, and Benediction of the teria, Building 2 only, a special ager, standing beside her, and D. Wikoff, AEAN, of Harlingen, years, he has sung at all th

Blsesed Sarament will be held lunch will be offered each day. asked: "How hard do I have to Texas, received top honors. The leading hotels, theaters, coun-
each Wednesday during Lent hit it to knock it into the water?" graduation was held Offi-
This will include a choice of at the try clubs, on radio, the
at 1930 in St. Edward's salad, dessert, meat, vegetable, e Naval Air Technical Training ficers Club at NAS, and a*

Chapel. bread or roll, and beverage, fora Crusty old gent: "And this, I Unit. many private functions. Hi'

Protestants may attend devotional total price of 78 cents. suppose, is one of those dreadful Bent has received orders to once appeared on the old

services each Wed- caricatures call NAS Oceana, Virginia, and Wik- Hour
The soda fountain will ,be reopened you 'modern art. Major Bowes Amatuer
at 1930 at the All off will
nesday report to Fighter H-
Monday at 0800 and will Art dealer: "No sir. That's justa Squadron and came out a winner.
Saints Chapel during Lent. 126 at NAS
Miramar
Shop
California has at
continue in operation each work mirror." been employed
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Heat-Resistant [I.. .R "i FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION I

MM--I.Mf1--.yMA

2 Metal Alloy .' :

Charles A. Herget, national

.......
Is Developed president of FRA of Blackwood,

I ) : s c N. J., and John Sunderland,
Washington (AFPS) .
The
; southeast regional vice presidentFRA
Naval Research Laboratory here ::
has developed a new heat resist- Millington, Tenn., will be

ant "self-healing" metal that resists the guest speakers at the Feb.

temperatures as high as 2,200 16, meeting. Meetings are held on
degrees Fahrenheit. : the third Thursday each month.

The new metal is an alloy of .
Next meetings will be held on

zinc and columbium-the latter :S :: x Thursday, Feb. 16, and March
.\
material being resistant to super- : 16, at- 2000 at the Yukon Branch

temperatures but crumbling intoa ,;, Hall, 4530 120th St., Yukon, Fla.
powder when exposed to S SS.
oxy- The
two new classes arrivingthis
gen, scientists explained.Zinc k q "3 5 t S.'r.
month
at NATTU Jax.,
on the other hand, nor- .' ,'.'.% Aviation Electrician's Mate Class

mally boils at 1,600 degrees F., $,, ,,} "B" School classes 61-04 and 61-
but when combined with colum-
06 will be the honor guests at
bium it is released
gradually n y'p Or A the Feb. 16 Yukon Branch meet-
from the alloy to form a protective __yV rV ......,
ing of the Navy-Marine Fleet
layer on the metal's surface SAFETY AWARDS-Capl. J. Henry Eiler HAS Public Reserve Association.The .
and creates an "envelope" shield- Works Olficer presents a supervisory accident prevention
ing it from the effects of the oxy- award to C. T. Madrin of the utilities division as other em- Post-Military Career Sixth Annual Unit 126
ployees who also received safety awards look on. Employees Placement ProgramSet Ladies FRA
of the department have complied a total of 228 yean of super- Auxiliary Birthday
gen.StewardTeam visory and driving safety without a lost-time accident. By Labor Dept.The Dance will be held Feb. 18 at the
Riverside Lions Club at 1240
U. S. Department of
Workers Claim South McDuff Ave., from 2100to
Shops Safety Labor announces a Post-Mili-
0100. A Valentine theme will.
tary Career Placement Pro-
Visits HereThree I be followed. Dress will be semi-
gram which is tailored for the
Awards At NAS Public WorksCivilian formal. Buffet and set-ups will
hand-picked stewards, individual who is retiring or
be served. Donation is
along with Lt. (jg) P. W. Hampton employees of the NAS Public Works Department have has retired from his military couple. $3.00 a

comprise the BuPers Stew- compiled a grand total of 228 years of supervisory and driving career, but is still interestedin
ards Instruction and Demonstration safety without a chargeable accident. active employment.The .
-
Team that began a 10- Capt. J. Henry Etter, NAS Division. program includes
day course in Officers' Closed Public Works Officer presentedpins without charge furnishing Think Twice!
Awards were also
Supervisory
Mess operation here on Monday.The and awards to individualsand advice and consultation in the

team is designed to acquaint shops at ceremonies held presented the various to years the following listed: Maintenance with- preparation of a resume and Is It Worth It?

BOQ personnel with the Monday morning. in developing job openings,
latest methods in food prepara- -C. A. Pate, 9 years; according to the U. S. Navy In perhaps what is a psycholo-
tion, service and general opera- THE FOLLOWING shops re- W. F. Boxx, 9 years; J. R. Mer- Medical News Letter of Jan. gical revolt at speed limit signs

tion of the closed mess. This ceived awards for working 12 kel, F. W. Linden, J. R. King, 20, 1961. posted aboard the Naval Air Sta-
consecutive months without a C. J. Williams, and C. L. Reed
tion, are always tryingto
will be done by means of lec- Interested personnel should persons
chargeable accident: Maintenance each 4 years and E. T. Newberg, speed "just little bit"
tures and demonstations.Only contact either the U. S. Em- up a
team of its kind in the Division, Grounds Maintenance, 3 years. ployment Service for the Dis- over the 30 mph limit, trying to

Navy, the Stewards Instructionand Janitorial, Sheetmetal and Weld-' UTILITIES DIVISION C. T. trict of Columbia, Professional reach their destination much

Demonstration Team was ing, Pipe, Roofing, Refuse Col- Madrin, 17 years; W. H. White, Office, Solar' Bldg., Rm. 705, quicker.

formed with the purpose of help- lection, Ground Forces Struture, 11 years; S. A. Whittington, 9'' 1000 16th St. N. W., Washington From the Main Gate to O&R

achieve high standards in stew- Emergency Service Call, Refri- years; R. W. McDaniel, 9 years D.C., or the local officeof direct is 1.8 miles, Staying with-
ard service. geration, Preventative Maint- and L. M. Bennett, 4 years. the Public Employment I in the speed limit, it takes three

enance, Mason, Furniture, and Transportation Division- H. G. Service. minutes and 34 seconds.At .

Carpenter; Utilities Division, Ritter, 9 years; J. D. Henry 7 40 mph, it would take two
Fresh Water Plants, Power Plant J. M. Hulbert, 4
years; years Wonder Where Word minutes, 35 seconds, at a savingof
No.2, and Sewage Disposal; and F. A. Von Eberstein, 4 years. 59 seconds and endangering
Transportation Operations Heavy Three employees earned Safe 'Mach' Comes From? yourself and others.

9 >oulf Equipment, V-l Division (Mili- Driving Awards for a total of When the sound barrier was Driving from the Main Gate to

tary) and Automotive Repair. 49 years safety. They were: W. broken in 1947 a new word entered the golf clubhouse direct, a dis-

SUPERVISORY accident pre- J. Holcomb, 19 years; Luthur everyday language. The I stance of two miles, would take

vention awards for five con- Jones, 18 years and J. W. Long ward was "Mach.. I four minutes, 26 seconds if you
secutive years worked withouta 12 years. It is used to denote the speedof remained within posted speed

rV chargeable accident were pre- Heavy Equipment and Mater- an object at a certain altitudein limits.

? sented to the following men: W. ials Handling awards were pre- relation to the speed of soundat You would save one minute,

C. Ashley, Fred Kimbrell, Donald sented to five employees for one the same altitude, The term 16 seconds by driving ten miles

Y McLeod, Leamon L. Norris, years' safe driving. They were: serves as a memorial of Dr. over the speed limit. Is this sav-
( Stephen J. Pajcic, Jr., Robert G. R. E. Perkins, J. B. Price, Her- Ernst Mach, an Austrian who
time worth the visit invol-
Weldon, Jr., and J. D. Henry and bert Loyd, Perry Lamb and F. L. pioneered research into the phenomena -I ing

yf H. G. Ritter of Transportation Johns. I of ballisics and sound. ved


4. Are You Paying For NSLI


x. rAe A s
:t
?
Policy You Don't Want?


Do you know whether you receive the maximum I
Sy I for you to
have a National Service Life Survivor's Benefits.
Insurance policy in effect or
I For additional information, con-
%35f'a not?
tact your Insurance Office at
I There are still persons in the CI&E Office, Building 955, or
I Navy who have these policies in Veterans Administration Insur-

-J'i I effect because they executed a ance Division, P. O. Box 8079, ''r
,waiver of premiums and have Philadelphia, Pa.
.never canceled this waiver.

4 I The Veterans Administration is An old crossroads merchant

; 't, renewing this insurance auto- wrathfully wrote a debtor who

:' !: ', matically for persons having I had promised him time and again

",,' ", policies in effect. Also, if you
he'd settle a long overdue ac-
I fall into this category, your de-
{ pendents may receive a substan- count. ....
tially lower benefit than if you "You're just a mule-eared liar.If .

F NE cancel this waiver and resume you don't settle up, I aim to

::f., ,.: Anf.4vEI your insurance payments. clobber you until there's nothin' VP-18 RATED OUTSTANDING-Following the completionof
a three-day annual administrative/material inspection by
TALL AND LOVELY A Only those persons who once left but a pair of suspenders anda Commander Fleet Air Wing Eleven Patrol Squadron 18 received '
fancy stepper and onetime had National Service Life Insur- wart. I want my money and I word that it was rated "outstanding." Annual admin/
ballerina of the Mexican

prima want it now!" material inspections are conducted throughout the Nary to ascertain
Ballet and who are not currently
State Company ance
condition of equipment evaluate effectiveness of train.
Gloria Mestre trips the light paying insurance premiums for He signed his name, reread the ing programs and determine the readiness of a unit. Here'Capt.
fantastic during rehearsals for the: policy .need be concerned. added the postscript, "Please excuse Renfro Turner, ComFaixWing Eleven, reviews personnel priorto
Cairo.her latest" film. "Foxhole in This is very important in order pencil." commencing inspection of spaces and equipment.I .



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-
Suggestion awardsto Q

civilian employees at NAS the corroded shoulder at top of ,' ) : ; : +

Jax totaled $1,555 for the monthof lock pin mounting hole boss and a ,

December. Overhaul & Re- installing a bushing and retainer ;

plate. This repair eliminates nec-
pair Department employees received ,4
$1,475 in awards and an essity of replacing costly tail ; AP

wheel yoke. : .
employee from Supply Depart- 4 :
ment received two checks totaling ALSO RECEIVING beneficial L?

$80. I suggestion awards presented by

Capt. Haley were Howard Futch,
Ernest W. Roderigas, Supply,! $20; Wilford McBride, $15; Russ-
'
received a $35 Benny Sugg check
ell Mitchell, $35; Milton Lazarus, a

presented by Capt. James J.' $25; Thomas Dolan, $25; James : rcP;

Davis Jr., Supply Officer, for Mach$25; Raymond Reinhardt,
his suggestion of "Raising of
I' $25; Malcolm Hearn, $90; Ralph
Lubrication Fittings of Fill Val-
Freeman, $20; Clarence Olson,
ves on Fuel Storage Tanks.
By
$15; Herbert Wright Jr., $55; CASH FOR IDEAS-Ernest Roderigas of Supply Department receives a $35 check presented
raising lubrication fittings on James Fraser, $20; William King, by Capt. James Davis Supply Officer,for his beneficial suggestion. Roderigas received the check for

fill valves of fuel storage tanks $65; Claude Mann Jr., $40, and his suggestion of raising of lubrication fittings of fill valves on fuel storage tanks. He receiveda
from their former position in second check for $45 for another suggestion. Attending the ceremony are William Wilson (left),
gas pit to a position above ground, Vernon McDaniel, $35. branch storage supervisor and Isaas Seller (right), fuel section supervisor.
Other O&R awards were also
hazards of falling and asphyxiation -
presented Edgar Rowe, two

are eliminated which the checks of $45 and $25; Leo Back, Reenlistments Reaching Navy Wives'.Corn '
operator formerly had to assume
$60 and $30; William Neds, $25 .
when lubricating valves.
and $30; Ellis Royal and William .

RODERIGAS was also awarded Neds, $55; James Campbell and 'New Frontiers' HereNAS .
1 r
$45 check for his suggestion Randall Drawdy, $55; Ronald .

on "Quick-Connect Fittings'for Butcher and W. Chance Jr., $100
Jax has reached "NewFrontiers" Navy Wives Club No. 86 held
Filling O&R Test Cell Tanks
a I Raymond Felker and Clarence Navy's reenlistment program is
i n reenlistmentsand its first business meeting after
Supply Department function"An Lauer, $40; Thomas Dobson and to develop and maintain a highly
has statistics to prove it. the installation of new offices
outstanding beneficial Robert Steavens Jr. James motivated and well
suggestion $15; qualified en-
According to the NAS military with appointments of new chair-
from O&R employee William and Kermit Jordan listed
Panipinto personnel career cadre.
personnel officer the number of men for various committees.
McQuaig for "repair of HSS $125; and Raymond Splinter Jr., reenlistments for the year was This is also the primary objec-
& HUS tail wheel lock housing," Lomax Osborne and E. Palmer, tive of NAS.Space Appointed were Ruth Skap-
84. July and December were the yak, publicity Juanita Kirwood
earned him $110 presented by $250. ; ,
high months with 10
and 12
Capt. Thomas B. Haley, O&R nursery; Viviene Kerns, activi-
Letters of appreciation
were
Navy people signing on the dot-
Officer. TechnologyCourse ties; Doris Rhodes, Not-New
presented Howard Futch and ted line.
Shop; Betty Cunningham, mem-
He suggested the repair of unserviceable Jessie Bowman, and a letter of PROSPECTS FOR 1961
seem
bership; Thersea Hagan, masterat
HSS/HUS helicoptertail appreciation to Cloyd Watson OfferedAn
even brighter, statistics show. In arms, and Kay Wofford,
wheel yoke by machining and Norman Rogers, of O&R.
January there were 16 reenlist'm'enh.
opportunity to catch up Snack Bar. Other committees
--
To date in February 14 with the space age is being offered I I I will be guided by last year's

?f people have re-enlisted and six by the Jax Naval Reserve chairmen.The .

Y more are sceduled for "shippingover. Officers School.A : monthly ward party at the

." new course, "Space Tech- Naval Hospital will have a

: t At the present time there are nology" held its first meeting Valentine theme. Mrs. John Day,

3 two reenlistments set up for on Monday, Jan. 30 at the Bolles Chaplain, will be in charge of

: ? *. Ac ____ March 1961 and one for June School, 7400 San Jose Blvd. I arrangements.Two .

1961. Officers of the Naval Re- new members were voted

/ Reenlistments have been on serve, Marine Corps Reserve, and into the club, Patrice Watson and

the upgrade due in part to the Coast Guard Reserve may Jackie Larson. A transfer from

Selective Training and Reten- qualify for promotion and retire- Princess Anne Club of Virginia,

tion Program (STAR) which ment points through enrollment. Helen Finnegan was introduced.Did .

went into effect in August of Regular officers are eligible to you know a HospitalityBox

x I 196;'. Thus far, 12 reenlistmentshave audit the class without credit. is available for any Navy

r \\\9 been effected under this Those interested in enrollingwill family awaiting delayed house-

s- program. need to act promptly as attendance hold defects? Contact Mrs.

CREDIT FOR the upsurging at not less than 16 Frances Bush; Navy Wives

reenlistment rate is given the meetings is required.The Nursery, Building 560, NATTU,

Career Appraisal Service and the next meeting will be at U. S. Naval Air Station for de-

NiCOMMENDED recently innovated program of 193Q on Monday, February 20. tails.

inviting families to attend re-

enlistment ceremonies in the

Captain's office, says the Mili-

tary Personnel Officer, Lcd r. F

George Holton.It .

was pointed out that the
UPON RETIREMENT-Lcdr. C. E. Busby,
training officer of Attack Squadron 44, presents Chief Hubert high standards demanded by the '.
'r
Gibson with a commendation award upon his retirement to the reenlistment program objectives _' Y,+f r .tiks _

Fleet Reserve after 22 years' service. Gibson was cited for outstanding are being upheld by NAS as
performance-of duty while serving as F9F-8T maintenance *
required by current directive.The _
chief of VA-44. He'll reside in Wildwood Fla. with his ii3..r
family. primary objective of the fir


You'll// Now Be Able To Identify filling tourist"Looks station.to an like oldtimer rain," at said a Texas the ,


"Sure hope- it does rain,"
Petty Officers With PeacoatsSecretary sighted the old man. -"Not so

much for me, but for grandson
-
my
of the Navy has approved several uniform 'I
here. Me, I've seen rain..
changes outstanding among which are the retention of

khakis, abolishment of nurse grays and rating badges for er tab for those serving in

petty officer's peacoats.A transport military departmentswill
male counterparts now wear.
khaki plastic-coated cap be MSTS, followed by
This will replace rating badgeson
for male officers and LANT
cover or PAC, as appropriate.A .
the short-sleeve
chiefs as an optional item has garments. reduced minimum outfit for

been approved. It will be of the Flag officer's shirt collar insignia Navy men on'duty with FMF

same material as the plastic- will change from the pre- units has been prescribed.
sent domed stars to the pyramid- I
coated white cover already au- All petty officers below chief,
shaped style now worn by Ma- '
thorized.
men and women, will be wear-
WAVE CHIEF PETTY officers rine Corps generals. ing the rating badge on their HAPPY
VALENTINE-That
was the theme of the Main-
will now wear the same ENLISTED personnel below peacoats and overcoats. The side Lounge Valentine Party held last
Thursday. A
capacity
shirt collar insignia on their chief grade serving aboard MSTS badges will be the same 'ones crowd of Navy men and their dates were on hand. Bill DeV -

short sleeved uniform shirts, transports may wear a unit now used on the men's and 8' AA, "AS PO-1 Division, pins a corsage on his date,

Jackets and dresses that their identification mark. The should- women's. able Lois for Griffis.use Mainside by enlisted Lounge personnel.r located. in Building 9S5 is avail






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JAX AIR NEWS Page 5

FLIERS AWAIT 6ND TOURNEY Confident as the time
pproaches: for the Sixth Naval District Basketball
Tourney
hich: gets underway here at Mainside Gym tomorrow
hese Jacksonville Navy Fliers. The tourney runs through are lAX AIR
uesday. The South Atlantic Regional will also be staged here, SPORTS
reb. 24-28. Left to right are Bernie Freeman Oliver Young,
om Warner Dick Krai, Leon Butler Jim Reed Tom Orr NEWS6ND
knd Jerry Milavec. Standing Is coach Ell Maricich.

1

S Basketball Meet




Opens Here FridayNAS


;fax will play host to nine visiting 'clubs in the

: 4 Sixth Naval District Basketball Tournament scheduled to

v2I : dI ? : open tomorrow at the Mainside Gym. The event will conclude -

: Tuesday.In :: .
times have definitely been
all, scheduledto game
ten teams are established. .
compete for a chance to ad-

vance to the South Atlantic Re- For Friday, action is scheduledfor

: fir; k' s'yQ gionals, also to be held here 1000, 1200, 1600, 1800 and
o
Feb. 24-28. Teams entered are, 2000. Two games are set for

Charleston Navy, Memphis Saturday, 1800 and 2000. On Sun-

n w; : ; Navy, NAS Glynco, Ga., Jax day, one game will be played at
Hospital, NAS Cecil Field, NAS 2030, with the remainder undecided -

Pensacola, NAS Key West, NAS .
Sanford, NAS Jax and the

Marine Corps Supply Depot, Al-
banv. G t. Support Services

The host team, Jax Navy,

Tiers Split Hospital Only Unbeaten now hold 'a record of 11-13 for Best ComFair In

the season, but promises to offer

ActionJax plenty of competition. Such Golf Title MatchThe
age Club In IM Court PlayBiggest players as Bernie Freeman and

[ Navy's Fliers broke even Tom Orr have been hitting well NATTU golf champions,

cage action last week, as they basketball upset of the intramral bounced the Boathousemen 85- in the past few weeks. "Support Services", won four

[>ok a win over Walker College week when season occurredlast 44; and VP-30 squeezed past Tournaments to follow the points out of six in their match
FAETU trompedthe
Jacksonville, 101-91, and Aircraft Mainterance, 55-53. Regional here at NAS will be with the Mainside champions
ropped another to Old Southernoods formerly undefeated Mar- the All Navy, March 6-10, to be "ComFair Jax," taking the All-
ines, 74-60, leaving Hospital as held at Pearl Harbor the In-
[ of Jacksonville, 66-64, the Station Golf Championship.The .
the only team with a perfect record -
Golfers terservice at Lowry AFB, Col-
allowing night. Eye
for the season. first match between the
orado, and the AAU, scheduledfor
Against Walker, the score nar- two top teams ended in a 3-3
Hospital stormed the Denver, March 20-23.
wed to ten points at four over Station TitleGolfers I I tie, forcing a rematch last Sat-
Minutes Boathousemen 80-47, and took As yet, pairings have not been
remaining, but the urday.
the Admen 6150.In on board the stationare announced for 6 ND play, but
fliers held the lead to finishell
NATTU's Comdr. T. E. Green-
ahead. other action VP- limbering up in preparationfor
hoopster the Station Military Champ- Skeet Range Closed wood; Comdr. A. A. Cipolat; J.
30 took VA-44 46-44 FAETU
Although his team lost by ;
ionship Golf Tournament, which This SaturdayThe M. Sporich, YNC; and D. B.
outshot O&R 59-48 the Marinesgot
Jnly two points, Flier Tom Orr ; Johnson, TD1, matched with
March 16.
begins Naval Air Station Skeet
lad a field day against Old revenge on ComFairJax 58- Comdr. W J. Koressel; Comdr.S. .
This will be a 72 hole medal Range, which is normally open I
40; NARTU won over VP-18,
outhern, as he racked up 20 G. Kona; Lt. W. J. Stephens,
play event with 18 holes to be Saturday afternoons, will be
38-30; Administration woppedthe
Joints, high mark for him thus and Gene Hoopes of .ComFair
Jar this season.insplitters. Pill Pushers, 60-43; VA-44 shot on each Saturday and Sun- closed this Saturday due to a Jax for the playoff game.
day of the weekends of the 18th, local shoot. Usual hours will
19th, 25th and 26th of March. prevail next week. Sporich and Johnson of NATTUwon
Increase of their 18 hole
BOWLINGIn Play will be in accordancewith both single
Hungry customer at lunch matches and the teams "low
M Wives League LeadThe U.S.G.A. rules as modifiedby
Mainside bowling action local amendments. All golfers counter: "One roast beef sand- ball" match against Hoopes and
Pinsplitters widened their last week, American League wich." Kona to give NATTU 3 points.
ball it
shall play the as lies and
bad to 53-23 in the Enlisted Competition saw the Wood shall use the white tee markers. Walter: "Will you eat it hereor Greenwood brought in the win-
en's Wives Bowling Leaguest Choppers beat the Grounders take it with you?" ning margin with his game
week by taking two from the 3-1; FAETU "A" took the Able Prizes will be awarded to the Customer: "1 hope to do both." against Koressel.INTRAMURAL .
j Balls. top strokers and runners-up in
Dogs 3-1; Operations AUW won
The Odd Balls are in second over Marines "A" 3-1; Dispensary each flight.

l-ith 40-36, and the Fowls have squelched the Grocers 3.1; Cost of entering is only $1.50

lioved up to third with a 39-37 Dental downed the Untouchables which may be paid at the Golf
late. 4-0; the Dudes outbowled the Shack on or before the dead-

Marge Davis rolled high game: Holy Rollers 3-1; and the Hor- line, 1700, Thursday, March 16.
lor nets stung the Goers 4-0.
the week with a 220 and a
pigh series of 567. Continental League action wentw like thiis i : the Play Boys
romped over FAW-11 Gold 4-0;

Aircraft Main. outrolled the

Neversails 3-1; FAETU "B"

racked Army ADA 4-0; Marines

"B" scratched the Pen Queen

4-0; VP-30 "A" blitzed the A

Scatter Pins 4-0; the Slaughter
House five chopped the Raiders

31- and the Spartans broke

the Paymasters 3-1.

In the A. L., there were four

shutouts. The Boomerangs over

the Electrons; the Pan Handlersover
the Vagabonds; the Phan-

toms over VP-30 "B" and the

Fire Crackers over the Pin Split-

ters.

In the remaining A. L. gamesof ri.l
l 't
the week, the Air Force 679th r 0
/ ,
took one over FAW-11 Blue 3-1; '

r the Rolling Pins beat the Hawks;

s w and the Trojans overwhelmed :

Disbursing "B" 3-1.

[ High game for the week was ACTION-Faleulant'i Dick Pendly grabsone
rolled by Steve Wiles with a off the boards for a toss to a teammate, in action againstthe
REBOUND STRUGGLE-Fighting to grab the rebound are 256, and the series honors wentto Marines in an intramural tiff. Faetu upset the Marines
7460. Other Faetu players shown are Larry Gore (left) Jim
Bernie Freeman (left) of -Jax Navy Fliers and Bob Williams Bob Doyle who tailed an
of Walker hard pressed to halt Cramer, and Dick Tucker (right). Marine Steve Kollar No. 10.
College of Jax. The Fliers were 605.
impressive
is in the foreground.
a late Walker rally, but went on to win 10191.





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Page JAX AIR NEWS 16 February 1961

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Car Repair Facilities ; ; Classified"

cs'irDetc '. >' .". .." .. "
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Hobby Shop FeatureHere's TO4)LS I (The Jax Air Newt It prohibited by

pwg1,,$ lilting Defense commercial Department advertising.regulations from

something for those military personnel lucky enoughto Ads In this column are limited to
own an automobile. If you are mechanically inclined and like to ]1 I I U' bowing, for rent and tale, rooms, lost
save money, you can work on your car at the Station"Hobby Shopat and found Items and miscellaneous, such

Bldg. 896. .s rides wanted and swaps In duty as-
Station operation. Before one of
The
car repair facility can .
handle anything from changeof these can be obtained, the vehicle ', :
a j No ads are taken by phone, all must
spark plugs to a complete must be safety approved. Cars are b.< submitted personally or by mail. The
motor overhaul. Available to inspected by trained experts at JIJ Air News reserves right to edit all
the Navy Exchange Service Sta- .
Station military personnel are
tion. off-Station inspections Deadline for ads each week Is Tuesday:
lubrication pits, body shop, paint Approved .t 1200)).
shed and a general service area are satisfactory if a i:1: For Sal

with complete rebuilding tools. standard form is filed at the de- Four-Bdrm House-$600 equity, $76.42

Instructors are available for cal office, Bldg. 9, at the Main i:1H per mo. Mr. John Yarbor, EV 8-8056.

the supervision of those do-it- Gate.If Riverfront Home-3 bdrm masonry
home, 2 baths, with 128 ft.
yourselfers who aren't too con- the old buggy isn't quite up $21,500. Call EL 3-0193. cypressdock
to snuff safety-wise a special '
,
fident of their work. Ortega Hills-3 bdrm, low equity,
The only prerequisite is to temporary Hobby Shop decal patio, $72.50 mo pymts, L. Shaver, ADI,
have a registration sticker for will be issued at the decal officeto Ext. 733 or EV 41380.

enable you to repair the For Rent

trouble and get a regular Station Furn. Apt.-4 rms & bath, $70, near
Policy decal, which is renewed an- NAS, Mrs. Clark, EV 71950.
(Continued from Page 1)) Three-bdrm, home $130 per mo, close
nually.
cerning the principles, pol- to NAS avail Feb. 1, key next door.
Mrs. R. Shrum, 4356 Da Vinci Ave.
icies, and procedures to be LIKE MAN OLD BETSY":S IN TROUBLE-Bill Nakoff 3 bdrm2 baths, GI equity, being
followed in connection with (top photo), keeper of the tool t: at the Mainside Hobby Shop Volleyballers Orange Park-furn. small, modern
the preparation and submis- hands over a spark plug analy icr ocsilloscope to Err Sloan. house, 2b drm, !liv, din & kit rms, util,
who will venture to the "pits" of the Hobby Shop car repair beth
sion of the station budget. swim pool. Mrs. Gilmore, CO
facility. In bottom photo car iwner Bill Speer seems to be
49036.
((4)) Review and make recommendations wondering "where in the heck: does this thing go" as in- Readying For lakeshore-5248 Appleton St., unfurn
concerning the slrucior Howard Moore looks o in.' The car repair facility can bdrm
2 $80
mo.
allocation of station ceilingsand handle anything from a spark ]plug change to complete over- ; per
Orange Park-furn, 3 rm & bath; Nell
other related budgetaryand haul. 6ND ActionJax Davis, CO 4-9234.

financial matters, includ- Cottage & Garage-$45 per mo, apply
Navy's varsity volleyball
ing issuance of planning at 2243 Parental Home Road
aggregation is readying itself for Park bdrm avail
Osrnge -2 Mar 1,
amounts under various allot-
the coming 6th Naval District $65, W. Tarr, CO 49773.
ments granted to the Naval :? > Tournament! to be held here at House Trailer-2 bdrm, bath, Azalea

Air Station. the Mainside Gym, March 29 Park, $52 per mo; J. Patton, SP 10412.
Furn Apt-4 rms & bath, $70; Mrs.
through April 1.
Clark, EV 71950.
Rally// W' ">vwgR' i i i Over ten teams are expectedto 5400 Eulace Road-2 bdrm house on

, (Continued from Page 1)) compete for the title, with creek; SP 13191.
: the winner going to the South Trailer lot-50x75 ft. CO 4-9685.
: who are sick, diseased, lame and o
.t Trailer-comp. furn, $65 per mo on
Atlantic Regional to be held at
destitute to the where
point they pri lot; Mrs. M. Howard, SP 1.2266 or
I can help themselves to be useful 4r Norfolk in May. Cecil Field Ext. 567.
I citizens," Gisler added. r Practice sessions are held at Gar Apt-furn, 2 bdrm, $56 per mo;
\ Earlier Rear Adm. Kenneth the NATTU Gym on Monday, Mrs. F. Mueller, CO 4-9264.

II Craig, Commander Fleet Air Wednesday and Friday, com- Navy Couple or 2 enlisted men to
Jacksonville mencing at 1430. Anyone inter- share home, 4752 Post St; Mrs. Warren,
in his
emphasized EV 9-8738 after 1600.
message to the keymen that ested in volleyball, especially Riverside-furn apt, 3 rms & bath;
"this drive is a most important experienced players, are urgedto Mrs. E. Smith, EV 4-1948 after 1700.
all contact Chief Pitts at ext. This 'n' That
one to of us." He called for
100 percent participation from 8240. Ride Wanted-from Biddy Lane, Cedar
Hills, to Main Gate at 0800. Mrs. Mur-
all hands and was confident "We want to be fair," said the I dock, Ext. 792 or SP 16121.
that the drive would go over personnel manager. "If you don't Trans or Car Pool-from Magnolia

the top. take your coffee breaks during Springs Apts. to Bldg. 500 NATTU to
i Capt. Renfro Turner, Com- conform with NATTU liberty schedule. E.
. I your employment here, you can
Frost, EMC, Est. 8594.
mander Fleet Air Elevenin "
Wing
retire at 57 instead of 65. Duty Swap Desired-anyone Interested
his brief message said that In duty at NATTC Memphis, excellent
! "The plight of our neighbors duty for 21 months. Reason for requests
I who suffer from disease and Job Of Providing AS W Replacement Crews ownership of home in Jax. Paul Williams -

sickness is our concern. We FTI I, MOC Staff, NATTC, Memphis
86, Tenn.
should never resist these op- Herethe Riders Wanted-Murray Hill to NAS,
To VP-30
portunities to aid our own peo- For Squadrons Belongs / 0800-1600; Miss Caldwell, Ext. 437 or
ple. Instead we should seize the EV 9-8176 after 1700.

chance AS free people to do this Only squadron of its typeon Atlantic Fleet. pilot in a short period of time. Expenses P.id-1 or 2 men to drive
the east coast, Patrol my car to Dallas.leave Mar. 11; Dr
! important work and show those PILOTS AND aircrewmen com- Last Dec. 31, the two units had McCloskey, EV 9- 109.
Squadron 30 has
completednine
under the Communist yoke how plete a comprehensive course in
graduated 37 replacement pilots,
months of service
as
, free peoples can act. an
operation of their prospective
MRS. JULIAN WARREN rep- Anti Submarine Warefare aircraft type, while maintenance 86 prospective aircrewmen and I Meet To Organize
, Pilot replacement 80 ground support maintenance :
resenting the National Health group. personnel receive both class work
VP-30 is composed of the personnel. A total of 4288 hours
I par-
Agencies as a group outlined the and on-the-job training.The I Babe Ruth
I work being done nationally and ent command based here and parent unit at Jax trains were flown and 3795 landings LeagueIf
Detachment Alfa located at NAS, were made during this period.
the Jacob
locally by agencies. personnel in P2V-5FS and P2V- you've ever admired Casey
Norfolk, Va. 1 On board for the training were
Bryan III, speaking for the Joint 7S aircraft, while the Norfolk de-
Stengel or Danny Murtaugh, now
f Crusade, explained the aims and The squadron, is assigned the tachment conducts P5M-1S and 38 replacement pilots and 58 en-
is the chance to emulate their
listed men.
purposes of the three interna- primary mission of supplying 2S seaplane training. In addi-
tonal welfare agencies of the qualified replacement pilots, tion to training replacementpilots WITH THE EVER increasing jobs on a small scale.

I Crusade. al rcrewmen and maintenance personnel enlisted aircrewmen and emphasis placed on antisubmarine An organizational meeting for

Commanding officers of par- to all patrol squadrons of maintenance personnel, the warfare as the threat of the election of officers for the

ticipating activiites and representatives squadron will stay abreast of missile carrying submarines coming Babe Ruth League base-

of agencies were Santa Maria changing concepts by initiating grows, the primary mission of ball season has been scheduledfor

in attendance. (Continued from Page 1)) training of anti-submarine war- VP-30 in training men to fly and Feb. 23, 1930( at Building 955.

Similar kickoff rallies were was exactly correct in every I. fare tactical coordinators and operate complex electronic gear The league is set up for young-

held at NAS Cecil Field Monday step and that other procedures aerial navigators this coming in patrol aircraft of Atlantic sters aged 13-15, and is open to

afternoon and at Mayport Naval might have ended in disasterfor March. Fleet will continue to assume all civilian or military dependents -

Station Tuesday morning. The passengers, crew and ship. PERSONNEL reporting to greater importance. interested in playing ball.

drive concludes March 24. The ability of VP-18 to regain fleet squadrons after completing Commanding officer of VP30is Preliminary plans anticipate a

National Health Agencies involved contact with the Santa Maria training at VP-30 will have a Comdr. L. T. Barco Jr., execu- minimum of four teams from

include the American at will was singled out for parti- sound fundamental backgroundin tive officer is Comdr. M. W. NAS Jax. All games will be

Cancer Society, Muscular Dys- cular praise by Commodore anti-submarine warfare pat- Greenstein and officerinchargeof played at Mason Field, the Main-

trophy Association, United Cere- Renfro Turner Jr., CommanderFleet rol-type aircraft. Second tour Detachment ALFA at Norfolkis side baseball park now being

bral Palsy, National Society for Air Wing Eleven. pilots completing syllabus shouldbe Comdr. N. H. McDade. The readied for the season.

Crippled Children and Adults, able to qualify as patrol plane officers and men of VP-30, fresh Several city sponsors have offered -

and National Society for Pre- Wife modeling a new hat be- commanders in their new squad- from sea duty with operationalfleet to provide uniforms and

vention of Blindness. fore husband: "It didn't cost a rons within a few weeks. First patrol squadrons, have a other equipment, and local wo-

Joint Crusade agencies include thing. It was marked down from tour pilots should be able to comprehensive understanding of men will operate a concession

American Korean Foundation, $20 to $10, so I bought it with qualify 'as third pilots with the the problems faced by plane stand to satiate thirsty sports

CARE, and Radio Free Europe. the $10 I save!" tactical experience of a second commanders and crews. fans.r .