Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 9, 1961
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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j.I.j.Tests I Of Civilians For Messhall Jobs ContinueA I YOUR

two-week trial, programof collecting, and other' mess hall the Washington trial will be Supply Research and Develop-
manning the meshall at Jobs normally done by Navy consolidated with that ob- ment Facility at Bayonee, N. GIFT
NAS Anacostia, D.C. with men on mess cooking duty. tained from Newport and J. in an attempt at find a solu-
civilian contract messmen has The tasks performed by rated Quonset.The tion to the old problem of get-
been completed, as the Navy men, such as cooks, bakers, trials worked out well ting rid of the moralebustingchores CANMAKE
continues with its study to and commissary men were not enough in the initial test,Navy that go with feedingthe
eliminate mess cooking duties affected by: the trial change- officials say. Costs of the Navy.
for non-rated personnel. over. program are apparently within THE ARMY AND the Air
During the trial period SIMILAR TESTS WILL reason and may even showa Force have both experimentedwith soo
civilian employees of a con- ALSO be conducted at New- small savings. the hiring of civilians in
tractor took over the dishwashing i port and NAS Quonset Point, The tests are part of the mess halls, but went all the IT 100lREADY soso
floor scrubbing, trash R.I. Information gained from overhaul study by the Naval (Pleas turn to page 6. Col. 2))

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Vol. 18 No. 51 S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 9 March 1961

166 GivenTickets I Low Accident

Rate Posted rocket FOR needs LAUNCHINGThis a little bit
more fuel before it can deliver
'}xs s f the goods. The percentage of
By Station the participation by Navy
military and civilian personnelin
ViolationsDuring the Jax area in the current
NAS Jax is in good standing National Health and Joint
the month of : I Crusade Drive only reached
safety-wise, a recent Bureau of 11.6 this week.
approximately 166 traffic i'k percent
Naval Weapons notice shows. I
were issued by the Station

to violators aboard the BuWeps Notice 5100 of Jan. 10, I Slow Start
Of these 151
were which shows comparative disabling -
the Traffic Control Officer
15 to the U. S. work injuries and motor vehicle :
Court. accident experience for the For Health

Traffic offenses period of January through Sep- ,

February were: reckless tember 1960, reports that the All-
six:; school bus passing, four; Navy average accident frequencyis Crusade"We've
structing traffic, two;
parking, 38; failed to stop at 3.33. This means that there got a ,long way to
23; "speeding, 33; faulty were 3 1/3 disabling injuries for go, if we are going to hit
ment, four; inattentive each million man hours of work 100% participation.
one; involved in on-station during the period. The BuWeps That seemed to be the con-
cident, 15, and off-station, i sensus of unit chairmen, keymenand
Class A average was 3.14, while
Action taken by the campaign workers followingthe
NAS Jax' record for the
LIFE Donald Reynolds. AM2 of Heavy same
Control Officer including 62 here at NAS holds little Mark Eric period was 1.68. first report last week of con-
pending from previous whom he saved from a burning house in tributions in the National Health
were: restrictions; 61; last September. Reynolds his been awarded All stations having compliments and Joint Crusade fund drive
and CO, five; restriction and Medal for his heroic act. The child is of 1500 and over are in the ClassA now underway among Navy act-
Johnson aviation boatswain's mat
fic school, one; traffic Crawford Johnson. category. NAS Jax is one of the tivities in the Jax area.
ed, 33; warning, 13; dismissed ; Class A stations.It Percentage o f contributions
nine; CO for action, 23; among military and civilian per-
forwarded to other activties Hosting Fleet was emphasized that low accident sonnel in' the area as reflected in
action, three; noted on 4)U. rate frequencies do not the initial report showed 11.6%.
ment permits, four and occur by chance and that accident "PERHAPS IT is too early to
ated or transferred out, Conference prevention is an ajl hands job. really judge. We are notoriouslyslow

Action taken by the U. S. Capt. James R. Reedy, com- starters and let's hope that
missioner was: probation, 18. readiness support conference, sponsored by the manding officer of the Station, our contributions pick up in the
visitors received traffic I' and, opened Repair Department.Monday at Naval Air Station taking note of the fine NAS Jax next week or so," one of the

Also, there are 44 cases year the annual conference has been held record, declared that it was evi- campaign officials remarked.
in Military Traffic Control dent that the employees are tak- Officials are pointing out that
partment and six cases is to re- of the fiscal ing this assignment seriously. military and civilian personnel,
in U. S. Commissioner's fiscal year. "Congratulations and good luckto including the key men who make
making a total of 50 cases establish All of the Overhaul and Repair all employees in their effortsto the individual contact, cannot afford -
ing disposition. with as- activities in the Navy are represented conserve manpower and mat- to get; complacent about the
I and in addition to several erials through our safety pro- drive. The personal contact 'with
Combined remainder (Please turn to Page 6. Col. 5)) gram," he said. (Please turn to Page 6. Col. 3))

Eyed By 1; b ..yF

On Thursday, March
civilian employees of
Jax will elect candidates
serve as their
on various employee
Nominations have been
ceived and validated by % J'r ffJ q fi

officials of various M
Names of nominees and "a
r Y fr
rules have been publicized

bulletin boards. The names J
validated candidates have
printed on official ballots
will be distributed on ,
day by the designated

and monitors. -Representatives from all Overhaul and Repair activities in the Navy, along with representatives of other
Should an employee not at NAS Jax this week for a fleet readiness support conference. In photo at left Capt. T. B. Haley. NAS Jax
to vote for candidates a discussion on manhour allocation. Left to ight are C. L. Clark. BuWepi Fleet Readiness Office. Atlantic:
Capt. N. B. Atkins and Cap F. H. Browning,,, also representing the BuWeps Fleet Readiness Support. Atlantic.
names are printed on the E. Field (standing left) and Rex Whiddon (standing, right) coordinators of the conference meet with con-
(Please turn to page 6, CoL ) Bureau of Naval Weapons and the Avia tion Supply Office during the opening day session.

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9 March 196))
JAX --
Page 2 .. :--"'-."

Christi! I HYG

Corpus ,.

I mxwsNA O&R ReopenedAs :I.

I ""'" kCapt. Army DepotThe

J....... K. Reedy _- Commanding OffIcer Defense Department has
Cwndr. Iobert febon _.. fcweutlvt OffIcer
NAB Hxj ..... Air JacktMnrld approved the immediate
Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig _- Commander ing of the NAS Corpus Christi, r: y
.__ Chief of Stiff, FaIrJax facili
Opt. Graytton H. WUr Tex., Overhaul and Repair I.
QM of Staff, NAB Six ?
Cept. N.l on' M. Hd O&R Depot.
ties a new Army t
nest Air Wtef lie... as
C.pt. Renfro Turner, Jr. CommandvrC The Navy operated O&R at
Murlln W. Alloy -- Chltf Staff OffIcer Corpus was closed nearly two "
feral Air Technical Tralnlnf Unit
CM oUrt J. flaming L.__ .- __ Commanding OffIcer years ago. Depot is.
Comdr Marlon K. Smith_ Executive Officer<< The new Army
HUll H.ltalCapt. expected to have a permanent
William L Engvlmm .. Commanding Officer<< organization set up in 45 to 90
Capt. John O. War NARTU ---. Executive Office<< days. Plans call for 1265 civilian

Capt. P. H. Holt _,-. .. Commanding OffIcer personnel to be employed the NEW EARLY-WARNING CRAFT-The Navy' newest early
Comdr. William M. Millar Executive Officer first year, with a constant increase warning and intercept control plane, the W2F-l Hawkeye
1966. Number of rotodome atop Us fuselage. The dome house:
Printed cmmrcUlly with non-approprlatad funds In jackionvflla, Florida at no sports a revolving raised
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1956Distributed workers during the third is ex- antennae for the craft's radar and can be or lowered.
free of charga to military and civilian personnel of fleet Air Jackaonvtlla, pected to reach 3,000 and will Carrying a crew of five, the turboprop Hawkeye will be used in
to task
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit. Flaat Air Wing 11, Naval Air increase considerably thereafter. teams to give early warning protection seagoing forces.
Raaarva Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hotpltil." be
Service Information Offices .. Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnti Jr. At its peak, the Depot would
Assistant Service Information Officer _. _ Andrew H. Plen., larger than under the Navy during I FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION
Feature Editor-Mae Spencer, J01; Staff Reporter!-Sandy Martinion, JOSN; its 20-year history.In \ i e
Ralph Bailey; AA. Photographer-Joy Beccarl, PH2. addition to civilian workers,1
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and International
Councils' of Industrial Editors. it is anticipated that there will tali All shipmates in the Jax-Mar-

The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material be from 250 to 500 military per- 1 ? port area are urged to attend t the

appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs sonnel attached to the staff. The! March 16 meeting of Yukon
unless otherwise credited, official U. S. Navy Photographs. theArmy's of Wives Club
are O&R Depot will be under Members Navy Branch 126 of FRA at 2000. The
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone extensions business meetingon .
Transportation and No. 86, held a
8164, 656, 272 or 216. Yukon Branch Meeting Hall i is
erial Command. March 1 and plans were for- at 4530 120th St.Yukon Fla. opposite -
Plans call for the Army to II I mulated to follow the 1961 project NAS Jax.

Your Is The Overhaul and Repair 40 percent of Navy Wives' Clubs of
Help Big The classes at
new arriving
of all its aircraft in Corpus Christie America called "Peace" and to
A3D class at O&R.
NAS Jax.
be- ,
The Army will also make promote better relationships
facilities available to the Navy ween country and people.Mrs. NATTU AO-B School class 61-08

Hope In Joint CrusadeTo for major overhaul and repair Kenneth Smith, president, and AE-B School class 61-08 and

work on a cross-servicing basis. announces the group will adopt 61-10 will be the honor guests.

Brazilian girl One of the principals upon
1 a seven-year-old
( acquaint personnel participating in the Federal Service
Fund Raising Campaign National Health and the Joint Crusade, Part-Time Help NeededBy through the Foster Parents Plan. which the FRA is founded, is

the Jar Air News will publish a weekly series on facts and figures Mrs. Shirley White, southeast loyalty; to God, our country and

oj these agencies). Civilian CafeteriaThe regional vice-president, was fetedat our shipmates. Helping our ship-

The American people have a proud tradition of generosity on Civilian Cafeteria, Building a luncheon Thursday at the mates is a necessary thing in life

behalf of friends across the seas. In recent years this traditionhas 2, has need from time to time for club house in Dewey Park. Invited but it is virtuous indeed for a

been enhanced by gifts to three private international welfare part-time help.Dependents I guests included Mrs. JamesR. man to be loyal to God and coun
agencies combined in the Joint Crusade. They are Radio Free
Europe (Crusade for Freedom), CARE, Inc., and American-Korean of military person- Reedy, club sponsor Mrs. try. This is true loyalty, the kind

Foundation. These three agencies, which are supported by contri- nel aboard the Station are pre- Wolf, and members of Cecil Field of loyalty the FRA advocates.
butions from individuals'are are doing outstanding work in carrying out Wives Clubs
fered inasmuch as need for helpis and Mayport Navy Join the FRA and become an
the American tradition of sharing our material and spiritual bene-
fits with our fellow man.Thumbs strictly on a part-time basis. active member on one of the ten
Nose at K's ThreatWill Anyone interested in being con- Homecoming Yukon committees. For more info

sidered for part-time work should Aviation Birthday contact Lowell Lorbeer, Public
our grandchildren, as Russia's Nikita Khrushchev boasts,
contact the Manager of the Ci- 45708or
grow up under Communism? I The golden anniversary of Relations Chairman, at
The answer is. .not on your life. Not while grandparentsretain vilian Cafeteria, Building 2, between naval aviation will be celebratedat Wilson H. Sandefer, Branch

the most powerful weapon yet devised against Communistlies the hours of 0800 to 1100or Pensacola, Fla. June 6-11, Secretary, at NAS Jax., Ext. 8516.

the Truth. Only by combatting falsehood with truth and 1300 to 1600. with a gigantic homecoming.Some Next Unit 126 Ladies Aux FRA
propagating real value in contrast to false ones, can the war of
70,000 men who have meeting 2000, March 9.
ideas be won.RADIO .
"Is your husband on a liquid received at NAS
FREE EUROPE has been fighting that war for ten years- flight training
and winning. For 3,000 broadcast hours every week, the truth goes diet? Pensacola have been invited to

out from RFE's 28 _powerful transmitters:: beamed eastward to 79 "No, he eats a few pretzels. the celebration.
million captive people of Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Romania .
and Bulgaria. And the truth, however much the Communists try
to jam it, has been getting through. Thanks to Radio Free Europe,
the memory of Freedom and the love of it, still burn behind the
Iron Curtain; and all their boasts and all their reprisals have not Sunday March 12
been able to stamp out the fire. ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL

All Americans are urged to support Radio Free Europe as a 0830-Service of Worship.
persistently active and efficient weapon, a weapon which can insure three-
that our grandchildren, whatever Nikita Khrushev says, will never 0930-Sunday School,
grow up under Communism. pear-olds through adults, Building

722; Adult Bible Class, Small

Many Empty StomachsIn Chapel. '

a world of uneasy peace, too many children still go to bed 0930-Service of Worship.
hungry. For millions of others, the difference between an empty 1100-Service of Worship.
stomach and a full one is CARE, which stands for Cooperative for 1830-Teen-Age, Senior High

American Relief Everywhere.THE and United Fellowship of Pro-
REAL DIFFERENCE CARE'S food program makes is more Small
than can be measured just in pounds gained, or inches grown, or testants, Building 722 and
even in decreasing sickness. School reports and tests grades give a Chapel.
clue, but how special, how crucial, the difference is only the future ?i e e e
will tell; when today's children grow up, able, thanks to CARE, to CHAPEL
bring strong bodies and trained minds to the solving of their ST. EDWARD'S

countries' problems. Just listen. 0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass.
to the director of education, Province of Heredia Costa Rica; e e e
"Of all the programs which the U. S. is conducting in my native
land, CARE is the most effective. To improve the nutrition of ST. LUKE'S' CHAPEL0615Confessions.
Costa Rican children is the best way to aid the education of the .
'} xa
country. ,
All over the world CARE is giving the tools of self help. For a 0630-Mass.
child growing up, there is no more powerful tool than food. Food, ;; : 0930-1015--Java Club.
and what CARE stands for:Move.Korea's < 1030-Protestant Worship

ENTERTAINMENT-A monthly feature of the
Our Problem, TooA recreation program conducted at the Naval Hospital has been Christian Science
the Kay Ryan Trio, The ,
group, along with the
hypodermic, a textbook, a kit of antibiotics: all weapons in the Club 86 FRA Auxiliary 126. Senior Y Teen Club Navy from Wives Tech Tuesdays, 1900, Small ChapelJEWISH
fight against Communism, which thrives on the apathy produced by High and Canteen Service from Duval e e e
ignorance, malnutrition and disease, but it won't in Korea, if the been Providing entertainment for patients at the Cross, have
Hospital. Pa
American-Korean Foundation can help it. lenls Rudolph Aschacht (left) and Bill SERVICESSmall
seem to find
AFTER ,THE KOREAN WAR there were hundreds of thousandsof the entertainment to their liking. between All
widows and orphans, of the maimed and the blind. Hospitals, Chapel, Chapels.
schools, laboratories and clinics lay in rubble, and a third to half of hospitals, clinics and medical schools and in the rebuilding and Saints and St. Edward's
the country's medical personnel had been killed, taken prisoner or equiping of the first modern school of pharmacy in Korea. It his Wednesday, 1500 Religious
drafted into the Army. Survival of the Republic of Korea as a free gone into grants enabling young Koreans to get advanced School.
people depended upon the survival of the people themselves. AKF in Medicine and nursing. It's paid for printing of training Class.
has poured more than $1,100,000 into health programs alone in established public health centers. It has fought TB andteSrosyand 2015-Adult Education service.

Korea. other diseases of the mind and body. AKF has done a lot. It's going Friday, 2000-Worship
The money has gone into the repairing, rebuilding and support of to do more, with your ,help. 2100-Oneg Shabbat.

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9 March 1961. SAX AIR NEWS Page 3

25 Employees I Musical Tones Of Bosun's Pipe Heard : :Classified: .'

..." ," .. '.k, ,' ,
Make Recent .. ;
'"' -

Sailors Since The The SailNo For Sa"
By Days Of Cedar Hilli-3 bdrm, 2 bath, VA loan,
Promotion List George and Sally Cooper, SP 1-2369
where else but in the Normandy Villagt-3 bdrm, $475 GI

Industrial Relations Depart- Navy are persons reminded equity, $78 per mo, R. E. Moyci, EV

ment recently announced the of tasks to be performedby t 71738.
For Rant
promotions of 25 civil service the pleasant and distinc- Furn Cottage-util furn, bdrm, Orange
employees of NAS Jacksonville. tive musical tones of the Park; AAri. A. T. Hall, CO 4-9476.
boatswain's call W.terfront-furn apt, 6 rmi, couple or
Promoted at Overhaul and Re- 3 people to thare, $90; L. J. Kwontler,
pair Department were Joe Cha- The boatswain's, or "Bo- r EV 81436.

ney, Apprentice Machinist to sun's", pipe itself was used by Murray Hill-2 bdrm house, kit equip,
Machinist; Fletcher Holloway the English in the 15th cen- $60; Mrs. Grovel, EV 94275.
Helper Aircraft Instrument Mechanic ; tury as a badge of office or Via. 'c I Murray Hill-mod Duplex apt, 2 bdrm,
kit equip, H. E. Norris, RA 45998.
to Aircraft Instrument Me- mark of honor. Its present Widow withes to share home with

chanic; William Kincade, Helper form came about in the 16th Navy couple or will rent comp furn; Mrs.
ABC Mechanic Motor to A/C century in commemoration of Eula McCann, EV 89969.
g&TLT '{ Bachelor Apt-new, furn, corner River.
Engine Accessories and Parts the defeat of the Scotch pirate, I4' side-Stockton; Mrs. lindblom, EV 98912.

Repairman; Jimmy Mikell, Met- Andrew Barton, by Lord Avail April 1-3 bdrms, comp furn $95
alsmith to Leadingman Mechanic Howard. Howard took the pipe per mo, unfurn $84.50 per mo; Kay
; Priscilla Nadeau, Clerk-Typ- from Barton's body and of- Knudsen, SP 1-3110 after 1700 wk-days
ist, GS-3 to Clerk-Stenographer, fically adopted it when he be- anytime Furn Cottage near NAS; Inquire 8601
GS-4; Vincent Rio Jr., Quarterman came Lord High Admiral. Roosevelt Blvd., Mrs. Ehlen.
Metalsmith to Chief Quar- Wanted to Rent-furn or unfurn, 5 Pts.
THE PIPE HAD definite _; _
very xmwn e ox w.wFai %; : : ': sbk3ai taae.3a 2a: : or Avondale area, 2 bdrm house or apt,
terman; Walton Smith, Production practical uses in the days of THE PIPER-George Brown, BM2, pipes Fred Cox. AOC, ground fir, alec kit pref Mae. Spencer,
Dispatcher to Forming Press sail, many of which have since over the side in a recent retirement ceremony. This is one of Ext. 216 or 8164.
Operator; William Swanson, Eng- passed away. Men high on the the many calls piped by the Bosun. This I.'That
: ineering Technician GS-9 to Engineering Ride Wanted-1402 Belmont Ave. (corner -
royal and t'gallant yards could ,
.4rah' b > wy Nira 500, NATTU, 0715-1555
.,, a cs ) to Bldg. ;
t Technician GS-11; Wade }} <
hear its ;
piercing call rising ; Vergie Green, Ext. 465.
, Preston, Metalsmith to Employee ,.y.;fi kii } b YJtgc. :}paw4 rt? t't K6k:; t'ia ts..
Ride Park
from the deck above the howl- ;* W.nted-Or.nge to Engine
1 Devolpment Officer, GS-9, and ing of the hurricane.In ti.2 .tt kYti Overhaul, Shop 6348, 0700-1530; B. H.
Hugh Wilson, Asst. Production Wanser, CO 49832.Foreign .
Controlman to Operations Ana- wind ship days, merchantas
f well as Naval vessels car- OfficersDue

lyst.Public Works Department pro- ried piping boatswain's mates;
but the pipe now is only a
moted Albert Hightower, Fire- Saturday For
feature of man-of-war vessels.
man to Engineman, and Ray

Laudermilch, Electrical Engineer, Boatswain's at shore stations : b: Supply TrainingTwenty
GS-5 to Electrical Engineer, GS7. generally serve as station

master at arms. One of theseat allied naval officers

Employees promoted at Sup- NAS is George Brown, from ten different foreign coun-

ply Department were Elin Baty BM2. He struck for the rat- tries are due at NAS Jax Sat-
Clerk-Typist, GS-3 to StocicControl ing through the deck force. He urday for three weeks of field

Clerk, GS-4; Maxwell spent four years in deck work I Indoctrination and training in

Flanders, Warehouseman to and boat handling.IT Navy supply procedures.

Stockman; Everett Holland, Man- TOOK 24 hrs. of THE PIPE-Made of sterling silver the pipe of musical The foreign officers, who will
agement Analyst, GS-5 to Man- me "prac- tones has three main parts the bowl reed and mouthpiece and be reporting to the NAS Jax Sup-
tice to learn all the calls. You
i> 5V4 inches.long.
agemant Analyst, GS-7; Johnnie ply Department for their train-
know the hardest thing aboard :"\I: ';:: : ? ( 't'I :: :}: :< :
t Howell Warehouseman to ,StockRudolph' aboard this air station. It is ffM' Y n: 4Mj } .P4tl"tjt: ing cruise, will also view supply
find 4tp
to to
ship place
man; James, Laborer to was a used when a veteran Navyman : ; ;};fit ; operations at NAS Cecil Field,
' Warehouseman; Jesse Kelley, practice. It is traditionallysaid !i'h ii i I Naval Station i Green Cove
that 20 feet aft of the fan- retires from active service. ,
(: ; :
Transportation Loss &: Damage :1/ ) I Springs, and Naval Station May-
! Claims Examiner, GS-5 to Supvy. tail is the place for a Boat- The bosun's pipe itself is tt : ii ;ll port.
Freight Rate Specialist, GS-7; swain to practice on his pipe, made of sterling silver. The .%; .<: > *r; THE JACKSONVILLE trip is

Alfred Masse, EAM Operator, said Brown."I bowl, reed, and mouth are'the : tf.; :.fZj;:;:1: : part of their course of instruction

GS-3t o EAM' Supervisor, GS-4; practiced in the bosun's main parts. It is tuned, stated.F.i'' '\.' ;bi' at the Naval Supply Corps Schoolat

Marjorie Meggison, Clerk-Typist, locker aboard a tincan. My Brown .with a finger, nail file )..:.:>.art:!:;: :.\:-<" .,'iii'.':>':A'h,.:,.1'...t.: 'I Athens, Ga., where they are
GS-3 to Secretary (Stenography) first official "pipe" was the and beeswax. The nail file is hi(.... \ : : \ studing logistics of the U. S. Navy
GS-4, and Francis Sutton, Ware- Mayor? of Salerno, Italy." the best tuning instrument, for : fft.+**.>" and in particular the principlesof
houseman to Stockman. it has a fine grain and is thin ItK:f' the Navy supply system.
The most familiar call now- ;,
Promoted in the miscellaneousgroup days is "passing the word". enough to file down the bowl :) Senior member of the group is

were Doris Constantin, Others call still in use are "allhands" without also sutting the pee, or .l Comdr. Holger Christensen, Royal
Clerk-Typist, GS-3, Medical Department vice versa. : .f.::. Danish Navy. He hails from Co-
I "boat call" (a very '< <<
to Clerk-Stenographer and is of the
penhagen a graduate
The beeswax has to be \v.
popular call), "sweepers", renewed t
GS-4, Senior Chaplain's Office; ,,, Royal Danish Naval Academy.
"mess gear", "pipe down", at various intervals. ; .. "
Kinsey, Field Tractor "'z: Three other officers have been
"chowdown" and theside"
Operator, Public Works Depart- "piping One thing all boatswain's BOSUN'S MATE-On. of 14 sent by the Danish Navy. Theyare

ment, to Industrial Tractor Oper- have to remember is that all BM's attached to NAS is George Lcdr. Torben Kjaer, Lt. Mo-

ator, O&R Department; Edwin "PIPING THE SIDE" is the the calls must be exactly right foal Brown of BM2.24 hours It took to learn him to a gens Moller, and Lt. Poul Holm.

Matthews Jrs., Accounts Main- call heard most frequently with no deviations. sound the pipe. Other foreign officers include
tenance Clerk, GS-3, Comptroller I Lcdr. Andreas J. Hauge, Royal

Department, to Accounts I Norwegian Navy; Andriann Hul-
Formation of Local
Maintenance Clerk, GS-4, Comp- No Planned InOffDuty scher and Lt. Fritz Hermans,
troller Department; and James Changes i Of NAPCA AnnouncedThe I Royal Netherlands Navy; Lt. Man

Gibbs, Warehouseman, Supply newly formed Jax localof Yol Kang, Ltjg) II Song Ko,
Department, to Electronics Me- the National Aeronautical Pro- Korean Navy; Lt. Giovanni Per-

chanic, O&R Department. Tuition AidTuitionaid duction Controlman Association, elli, Lt. Massimo Zeppellini, and

held its second regular meetinglast Lt(jg) Giuseppe Licciardello, of

AE-A School Honors to off-duty education for Navy and Marine Thursday.The the Italian Navy.
will continue at about the same level during agenda, covering a regular Ltjg) Spiros Rallis, Ltjg)
Garnered Smith Corps personnel
By I order of business included elec-, Efthimios Xenitithis and ( )
the current it has been
Donald E. Smith, A E A A, of fiscal year 1962 as during year, tion of the members of the Board; George Lyritzis, Royal Hellenic

Salmon, Idaho, was selected as revealed.This plans a cut-back from about of Trustees. This action completed (Greece) Navy; Lcdr. Fujio Na-
honorman of the Aviation Elec- means that, if budget requests $25,000 to $15,000 during the com- the establishment of the execu-II kasata, Lcdr. Junji Ohkawa, Jap-

trician's Mate Class A School at are approved, the Navy ing fiscal year. This is the pro- tive committee. I anese Navy; Lcdr. Karl Pramlov,
exercises held last Fri- will spend about $154,000 help- whicn Personnel
graduation gram permits commanding eligible for member- Royal Swedish Navy; Lcdr. Tin
at the 'Naval Air Technical ing about 5000 of its membersget in this
day officers to hire civilians to ship organization are O&R Maung Yin, Burmese Navy; and
Training Unit. a high school or college give special instruction in USAFI employees in the rates of Asst. Lt. Victor Viloria, Venezulan
Smith has been transferred to education. courses to military personnel. Production Controlman through Navy.

Point .Mugu, Calif., for duty.A MARINE CORPS budget About 1600 Navy men benefit Supervisory Production Controlman. The group coming to Jax is

I figures were not available but from the instructor-hire program. the 18th foreign officers class to
drunk lost his balance while officials said they expected enrollment Commands can hire instructors I attend the Supply School at

leaning out a fourth floor window in the program to remain when they have at least 10 men Traveler: "What' the use of Athens.

and fell to the pavement. at about the same level. In interested in taking a particular having a time table if your:

A crowd gathered. fiscal year 1960, Marine enrollment USAFI course. Instructors are trains don't run on it?" Florist: "You want to say it

"What happened somebody was 4558 officers and 4488 usually hired to teach subjects Porter: "Now, you're all ex- with flowers, eh How about

asked."I enlisted.IN such as languages where visual cited. How could you tell the three dozen roses?"

dunno," lisped" the drunk,I I ANOTHER type of off-duty and oral teaching is particularly trains were running late if you I Customer: "Make it half a

"I lush got here. education program, the Navy effective. didn't have a time table?" dozen. I'm a man of few words."

9 March 1961 I



[An Orderly RotationThe Y

Seavey-Shorvey program has considerably reduced the opportunities i:. s SS 1j..
for any who might be inclined to unfairly use transfer .
procedures to their own advantageThe ,. ,
j ti"s' (x } a1 a S.A}
program has been in oper-
which make all enlisted assign-
ation since 1957 and most of the ments under the program for

transfers have been made under duty in the continental U.S., : \

the system.It serve as "retailers" in the per-

is a combined system de- sonnel distribution.
signed for orderly and fair rota-
ACTING IN THE position of"wholesaler"
tion of enlisted personnel betweensea
duty and shore duty. BuPers determinesto
which Naval district the man
is not yet the planned Utopiabut will be assigned, taking into con-

feel that it is the best system sideration his expressed prefer-

yet devised to give every en- ences. It isn't always possible to
assign a man to the district of his
listed man in the Navy his fair
share of the duty he desires and choice. There may be no vacanciesin

still provide an orderly flow of billets within that district at

personnel into the billets where the time the individual comes up 4 ; ::
for consideration. But, whenever
the Navy needs tehm. -
possible, the man's wishes are re- LOOKING SHARP-The popular NATTU Drill Team struts
Seavey Shorvey assignmentsare spected. its stuff above while performing at a recent commissioning Info
not made by a mysterious ceremony. The drill team has performed on many occasions, Dependents
electronic brain as some believe, BuPers notifies your ship, the both at military and civilian ceremonies.

but by a very human, highly Naval district to which you will Center Relocated
trained detailer. be assigned, and the date on NATTU's Drill Team
which you are to be transferred.The .
The electronic machines de-
EPDO, which is to handle In Building 9
finitely are a big help in gettingthe I
"retail" assignment to an SuccessWinning
physical work connected with your Scoring Big
individual activity within that The Dependents' Information
personnel transfers done. The
machines are used merely as a district, is also notified a name for itself and the Navy is the NATTU Jax Center, formerly located in Build-

way to get the necessary manual EPDO detailers, again giving Drill Team, which since its formation in June 1959 has appeared at Building 13, was moved yester-

details of transferring 600,000 en- top consideration to your desire many military and public functions. day to its new location in the
whenever possible, assign you toa Comprised of 16 members and average of 70 or above. I
listed men done quickly. '
particular station. one guideon, plus three petty officers Members of the drill team, after west wing of the first deck of

MEN ASSIGNED to sea duty, the team was formed by meeting' the strict qualifications, Bulding 9 at the main gate. ';
either from recruit AN goes I
a training cen- out from EPDO to your ship and Lcdr. W. N. Highsmith, training are subject to strenuous practice In operation since Nov. 2 of
ter or other shore duty, are iden- of "A" School and J. for
officer Monday through Thursday one
to your new duty station, so that 19 5 9 the Center serves a 11
tified by a sea duty commence- B. Fike, ADC, who was delegatedto and one-half hours after school.
ment date.BuPers your ship can write your orders military personnel and their de-
lead the group. Should a performance interrupt f
and your new station will know I I in the Jax area offer-
determines the pendents ,
their normal practicing periods
I ,
when to expect on board. ANYONE ATTACHED to AE
ber of men in each rating needed you then' they will practice during the fog assistance and up-to-date information
School try out for the team.
Thus, it is important that may
ashore and announces a sea duty very week-end. At these
practice sessions -< usually desired by
However, he must meet certain
personnel all of their
commencement cutoff date ,for express they cover roughly 35 dis- new arrivals in the community. .
qualifications, 'i i including good
'that preferences, in the 'order of 'de-
rating. on sea duty
tinct precision maneuvers. informa-
posture, good moral standards, The Center provides
whose sea !sirability, when they have the op-
duty commencementdate ,
dis- tion on such items as housing
exceptional no
is to the announced portunity. It is the only way detailers appearance
prior can know where enlist ciplinary.action in service record performed' all over north Florida service and civilian medical care,
cutoff date are eligible for entryon and southeastern Georgia. They schools churches recreational
men would prefer duty. and must maintain, a scholastic
Seavey.Cards have participated in many Gator facilities, household effects, and
of those eligible are sent Bowl shows and performed at the on various facilities available at

,to the fleet, where.they are completed Closing Date ForLDO, Inauguration of'the Missile Bowlat the Station, such as commissary

.by the men involved and Orlando, at funerals, and stood store Navy Exchange, and others.

returned to the personnel accounting Honor Guard on several occa- Information may also be ob-

machine installations. sions. Saturday, March 4, they attended -
Applicants Is March 17 tained on transportation, rights, (
Card-punch operators record the; the Azalea Festival in benefits, allowances, passports,
man's choices on the cards whichare Palatka. On March 17, they will and locator and directory serv- (
The Career Information and
then forwarded to BuPers. Education Center reports that I I March 17.Basically. attend the St. Patricks Day ices. State, city and Station maps

The position' of BuPers in the thus far only four applicationshave I I the programs enabld Parade in Savannah; Ga., and are made available.
qualified persons to seek appoint- April 18, will at Jackson-
rotation program is best likenedto been received for the, Inte- apear With the exception of holidays
ment to commissioned status in ville Beach for Welcome
wholesaler. Shore distribu- Day.
a gration and Limited Duty Officer The Dependents Information
,tion centers, such as the Enlisted (Temporary) Programs. Closing the Regular Navy. Fike relinquished his positionas Center, is open from 0800 to 1630,
Personnel Distribution Office THE LIMITED DUTY Officer Drill Team leader when he was
Monday through
date for applications for the pro- Friday. En-
(EPDO) in Bainbridge, Md., grams has been extended toy (Temporary). Program is the promoted to Chief Petty Officer.He trance and parking to the officeare
principal enlisted-to-officer pro- then turned over the helm to arranged so that visitors

gram of the Navy, excluding cojf A. J. Eckert, AE1. Lt. F. Adamsis ned not pass through the main
lege education and NAVCad pro- the Drill Team officer. ate.
grams. It is a porgl am involving
10 to 12 years of officer servicefor

the majority of personnel involved -

< who will be serving in iw-

the grades of ensign through

Male personnel serving as a -
PO1 and above or as a warrant

officer or temporary commissioned x

I officer are eligible for, the, L
, LDO program. They must be I

citizens of United States either
I native born or' naturalized..

I THE AGE LIMIT for this program -
is 34, except individuals

t serving in 'a temporary comis-
sioned grade 'of'EnsIgn or above,
I of who have previously served in

y temporary grade of Lt. (jg) or rS
above the maximum age limitis

raised to 37 years.

Men and women applicants for

the Integration program must be

at least 19 and under 25 years of
age as of 1 July of' the calender
SHOW SECRET OF THE STARS-Patrol Squadron 30 played year in which application is made.
host to over 300 Boy Scouts from Jax at Camp Seminole last A SWITCH-Usually the Navy finds itself the guest at a
Friday. The program, headed by Lt. G. J. Villemaire and Lt (f jg) Further information on both community club function. Here is a switch by Heavy Photographic .
W. T. BoguilawskL included an explanation of the navigational programs may be obtained from Squadron 62 based at NAS Jax. The squadron staged
liars and their importance to modern aerial navigation, and the CI&E Center, Bldg. 955 and an evening with the Navy for the Southside Lions Club last
presentation of squadron activities. Dickie Draper, in life vest. I BuPers Inst 1120.18F of July 17, Thursday at the 0f ?erVClubBU1 Valley, President of the
seems intent on getting checked out by Lt. Villemaire, who Lions,iii,shown fharln9 squadron officers for an evening
gives him a bit of instruction. 1959. of entertainment.Page .


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IIIII IIfi f!1961 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5

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

lTllition r League .:i.v.tJ: ,:; j!.I. fAX NEWS AIR SPORTS

fits On Sale .

? for major league ex-

"'' ; jgames to be played at

'', ek onville Baseball Park Intramural Court Race

vu on sale.es .

raukee to Braves be seen tangle in with Jax, 5 :)r,;.x'.r. Becoming Close Affair :

&nati Redlegs on April ...6.: ::.",.

;,itignd; the Detroit Tigers : >::: ;>. .. Hospital softballers suffered their first defeat of the Intramuralseason
K the Kansas City Ath- as they took a 51-47 beating from up and coming VP-30 In
::1: week. Hospital however maintained its
April 9 at 1330. .the highlight tilt of the ,

,. loop lead.
"aukee has long been a :: i FaetuLant, closing in fast on

;f'of' Jax fans with such 2000.Wednesday
the loop leaders, chalked up two A/C Maint.-
i||Iank Aaron, Eddie Math- T7 the week. NARTU 1600 Ops Boathouse-
}v.k. neat victories over past ;
XW Crandall, Warren Spahn Boat- 1800 VP30VAP62Braves
> \. Faetu bested Operations Dispensary, ;
Ltwr Burdette. The Redlegs
ij''a' house, 77-55, and laced VP-18, 2000.Thunday .
threat for 1961 with Ops Boathouse-

yxs;expected from Frank ..< ".,. 79-66. Faetu is 12-1. ComFairJax, 1600; H 0 s pit a 1.

:;' d Vada Pinson. VP-30 followed up their sur- VAP-62 Braves, 2000.
*f tfp
Th Detroit roster carries one prise win over Hospital with a Due to their recent deploy-

'if f the Dane's heaviest hitters and narrow victory over the Marines, ment, VP-18 will play four

,'?i ,real;gat attractions in Rocky EchY 54-50. makeup games during the weekof

Co1avlto,,- Al Kaline and Frank March 20.
Y The race has tightened some- Standings i
what with Hospital's first loss.
Hospital 13 1 J
TNH'e "Athletics feature hurler Three teams now sport only one FAETU 12 1

Bud'tteley' ,' and ex-Yankee Andy setback, Hospital, Faetu and V AP62's VAP-62 B 10 1 1

Care ,?,and who knows who Braves.In VP-30 11 2.

Frank "Trader" Lane may have other tilts played over the Marines 10 4
lined 'uptfcyTthe season's start.Tickets .
"-WffcMMl n. J past week, NARTU downed Com- Admin 9 5
are on sale at the Jack- i w hocea { .ra df FairJax, 52-41, the Air Force VP-18 7 5

;sonv1l Baseball Park, 1201 E. rui bounced back to tromp Aircraft Ops Boat Use 6 6

p1u the following places Maintenance, 69 53, and O&R Air Force 679th 6 7

Tl town stations will have overwhelmed the Pill Pushers, A-44 6 8
radmission only. Reserved 54-44. NARTU 5 9

on sale at the Ball Park A,'C Maint. 5 9
Due to postponements, an ex-
4 time: Tourist and Conven- Ops 4 9
tended s'chedulfThas been
Bureau, Hemming Park; game o & R 3 10
set for next week at the
's Bar and Lounge, 228 it up ComFairJax 2 10

l .,;Adams; Van's Green Derby, SKIN DIVING, ANYONE-Jan Guillen Wave attached to Mainside Gym: VAP-62 W 2 11

1 Riverside; Donaldson's 35 W. the Naval Hospital, is one of the fairer members of the Monday-ComFair Jax Air Dispensary 0 13
"Hollywood Music Store Jax Aquajets. One of the basic rules of the sport is never to Force 679th, 1600; FAETUVP30 -
dive alone. Anyone interested?
1&00( VAP-62 Warriors -
Ashley; and Buster Ford's ;

1 Shop, 938 E. Union. Operations, 2000. Majam CieplinskiWeek's

I Skin Diving Sport Among TuesdayAdministration ,

tlti VAP-62 Braves, 1600; VA-44- '

, -TLE LEAGUE O&R 1800; FAETU-Operations, ,Keg Stars

' FABFRIDAY Fastest Growing In U.S.With I Intramural bowling honors for
the week were shared by stal-

ttle League organiza- warm weather entering the Florida scene, peopleare wart Vic Cieplinski 0 f VA-44

l|,meeting will be held beginning to flock to the beaches to bask in the sun and I Hornets, with a 622 series; and

Y March 10, at 1930, at take a dip in the ocean. Robert Majam of Disbursing's
[955. Most of them don't realizethat country, not only along the coast, Paymasters with high game of
but inland as well. Many of the
[parents, managers and a strange, beautiful and 233.There
rters are invited to at- fascinating world awaits those underwater scenes appearing in were two shut-outs in

o help get things under- daring enough to don a protectiveface TV and movies were filmed in the National League last week,

[ Anyone having equip- plateTShd take a look beneath the crystal-clear water of Silver as the Phantoms blanked Dis-

from previous seasons that same ocean. Springs and Tarpon Springs. bursing "B," and the leagueleading -
THE AQUAJETS plan a trip to
Fire Crackers burned the
as uniforms, bats and THE NEWLY formed Jax
|ment belonging to Littlee Aquajets skin diving club, whose one of the spots this weekendand Electrons, 4-0. O&R outbowledthe
also in the future. In addition,
are asked to turn them members like to spear fish, skin Hawks 3-1; Boomerangs bop-
jaunts are scheduled to nearby .t Pan Handlers 3-1 the
ped ;
the Little League Park. dive or just plain look around
Mayport where the big fish Rolling Pins flattered the Vaga-
under water, will be scheduling
order to play the
midget abound and for look at
a a bonds 3-1; and the 3rd Crewmen
weekend trips to the beaches.
jiondmen must register be- sunken World War II tanker off split with the Air Force 679th,
the season begins. All Such TV programs as "Assign- Ponte 'Vedra.

between 8-12 will sign ment Underwater", "The Aquanauts" Basic equipment for skin divingis 22.In the Continental League there
and "Sea Hunt" have done
morning from 0900 not as expensive as one may were 4-0's galore, as the Sky
much to swell the ranks of the
200 March 11, at the Little think. For shallow diving without Warriors scalped A/C Main. "C",
skin diving clubs all over the
gue concession stand. Scuba gear (self-contained VP-30 "A" racked the Raiders,
United States. Skin diving is one
underwater breathing apparatus), the Paymasters scuttled the Nev-
of the fastest in
growing sports
you can get by with mask and ersails, the Scope Dopes shot

America today. swim fins for a few dollars. An down the Slaughter House Five,
has of the most
Florida some aqua lung, with necesary auxiliary and Aircraft Main-"B" beat FAW

ideal spots for the sport in the equipment can be obtained. J y 11 Gold. In the 3-1 group, the

What baseball player has -- for a moderate 5um. OFF Scatter Pins won over Marines"B"

ed in the most World Series A five dollar initiation fee and and the Spartans walloped
I? Call/ For BaseballSet / one dollar per month dues will FAETU "B".

What professional fight drew .make you an Aquajet. More information Amercan League action went
For Friday 'like this: Dispensary blanked the
first million dollar gate? 1 can be obtained from

In what sport would you use Friday is the big day for Fred Marshe, PN1, at extension Untouchables; Marines "A" did
I 8185. likewise to the Dudes; the Horn
epee? candidates for the 1961 Jax
ets stung the Grounders 4-0 and
In what year did the Airce Navy Fliers baseball team. All ;
A/C Main. "A" shut-out the Holy
Academy's grid team go personnel wishing to try for Pin Splitters Widen Rollers to complete that category.

efeated? positions on the squad shall Wives Bowling LeadIn The Goers took a 3-1 win over

Who won the U.S. Open Golf report to Mason Field at 1600. the Enlisted Men's Wives FAETU "A"; and DentalHospital -

ampionship in 1959? II Regular practice begins bowling league, the Pin Splitters had the only 2-2 split in their
(Answers to Quiz) I Monday at 1530 with Coach have widened their lead to 15 tilt '

'Jawlvd JOUJY *S8S61 Frank McCaffrey starting his games over the second place

** llth year at the helm. Fowls. I Boss: "Jones, what does this

xn.: loj e6paep The 1961 schedule'is not yet The Splitters boast a 62-26 record mean? Someone just called up
'noqlt/l\ iq parurod dnqsIT. 41M complete, but games have already with the Fowls in second Kramer pushes in a free throw and said you were sick today and

uodn/l\: IJ 'BupuJjTN -C been booked with Jax with 47-41, and the Hi Balls during action against Operations couldn't come to work."

'.It!:> das=ar ''I IZBI I University, University of Cin- trailing by one, 46-42. Boathouse Faetu, coming Employee: "Ha, ha, the joke'son
l iru3di3:> AasdoiaQ cinnati, Whiting Field, Fort High game laurels for the week along fast in the Station in- him. He wasn't supposed to
iramural league, took this one,
'seusvb 44 q"I'sae'uv! Gordon and NAS Memphis. went to Dot Cordison with 209. 7775. call until tomorrow."
'N sql jo BJJ H 6oA *I

I" Page 6 JAX Am NEWS 9 March 1961 I

! Freight, Tax Aid On. Foreign 11111, 95 Join Blood

Cars Lost To Servicemen Donor Rosier

: Under new orders issued by the Defense Department persons Seventy-nine" civilians and six-

j buying cars overseas will have to foot the bill to bring them back 11111 teen military personnel have

to the United States. joined the blood donor honor roll
to to $100 millionsin
The Defense instruction, drawnup hopes save $75
American gold. The directive following contributions for the
after President Kennedy rescinded month of February.The .
ex-President Eisenhower's will also say that every militaryman .

order cutting back greatly the and dependent abroad should I 4 54 blood donors from Overhaul -

number of dependents allowed to save from $75 to $110 a year each, a { t u and Repair Departmentwere

go aboard, will be delivered to depending on the amount of pay :'' Y'iI Gerald Frye, Robert Morin,

the services in a few days. and the number of dependents. Elward Lecompte, Ronald Emch,

MOSTLY, IT is a voluntary THERE STILL will remain I Ernest Hughes, Robert Hyer, Al-

program. Even in the case of I some incentive for military men ton Bowles, Robert Ballew, Ray-

purchase of foreign cars by the I to purchase foreign cars since z: mond Geiger, Sheldon Carter,

military there may be a few exceptions such cars when brought back Robert Bloeman, Calvin Gore Jr.,

+ where the governmentwill from Europe to the United"States I Edmond Tenley, Carl Rhodes,

pay transportation costs backto will be exempt from custom John Anders, Eugene Austin, As-

jl the States. charges. The shipping charges per bury Griffith, Branston Friday,

The Defense directive will say foreign cars average around $150 .;:. a ?Nio.T'vno3. : Aubery Boyd Anthony Breda,

that through voluntary help from but the amount saved on customs tr:;.;., ...'<:.:' Damon Selmore, Morris Lifshutz,
be j Desmond Hatcher, James Young-
may greater.
the services the U. S. government
The Defense directive also said blood, Howard Scott, William

that unless the voluntary savings Little, William Hubbard, Joseph

program worked, that amend- ....,._...,'IW.W''i.... ....,.""" ......,............ .=...""_ 'v.,." _- Kennedy, Joseph Summers, Doyle

If Ya' ments may be made which will GOOD JOB MEN"-Comdr. Carter, Raymond Mausert, Pres-
Jr.. skipper of
have the force of law to limit VP-5 Plays Dual Squadron Casey Five, extends ton Dew, James Badger, Roosevelt -

Ask UsWhat spending of dollars abroad. hearty "well done" to the Paige, Maurice Samples,
Role In Amphib and men of the squad- James Burton, Richard Hoffman,
for their successful eccom- Leonard Burnett, Clement Tay-
do do or what have of mission during the
you I lor, Carl Coffey, Albert Jost,
you done as a Navy Wife to help N.Y. Reserve Games Off P.R.Patrol : Fleet amphibious
last week off Puerto John Seegars, Douglas Riles;
the career of husband in
your Squadron Five, of Donald Fields, Samuel Crowell,
the military service?
Unit Arrives Air Wing Eleven, returned William Rhodes, Madison Montgomery
That was the question asked of
Lee Johnston, Adrian
recent Atlantic Fleet
Navy wives aboard the Station
For ly are two sides to every Roberts, Marin Johnston, Johnnie
recently by the Jax Air News'roving TrainingN
(Continued from p'age 1))
exercises satisfied that there Lacy, Joseph Gillespie, Evans
Air Reserve Patrol The squadron participated in has been provided for a Fulmer and Charles Anderson.

always try to conduct my- Squadron 831, home-based at the routine exercises in the dual In order to be eligible I Public Works Department's 12
self in the manner I thought was
As far : Naval Air Station, New York, acity of both "protector" t n write-in candidates must donors were George Glisson,

proper. F'1 arrived here Monday for two "aggressor." the number ot votes nec- James Harrison, John Conken,

military as exams matters or- : '}. weeks of active duty training. As "enemy" forces, the .for others in the particular I Phillip Wright, William Barrett,

pertaining q. ":; "" I under the operational control of ron planted mine fields to concerned to qualify in ini- George Wolfer, Robert Durden,

to his career, I :. ., Commander Fleet Air Wing 11. the Island of Vieques from nominations. Andrew Fuller, Lewis Cheatham,

keep the child- Patrol Squadron 831, which hasa cipated landing forces. On the event that an insufficient John King, James Fletcher, and
..' friendly side, the "Mad
compliment of approximately Robert Pons.
ren quite so :.: .: ,, of candidates were vali-
that he can .;., ; .' 100 officers and men, was ac- provided round-the-clock during the nominating Eleven blood donors from Sup-

study." Mrs. J. companied by a large aircraft submarine protection for additional candidates may ply Department were Roy Hart-

C. Led better, Ledbetter maintenance group which is need- landing troops on the island. in the write-in por- ley, Walter Ross, William Rich-
The exercise
wife of CWO Ledbetter (Ret.), ed to support squadron opera- termed of the ballot. ards, Alfred Ivie, Jack Snowberger -
tions and representatives of the bex, involved 65 ships and
Green Cove Springs."I James Pollard, George Mar-
Chief of Naval Air Reserve than 20,000 men n the
do nothing much but be a I: fleet maneuver of 1961. : "How is that child who cus, Arthur Daymude, Robert.

\ wife. I. leave the military matters I Training.SQUADRON PERSONNEL re- Vice Adm. John McN. the 50 cent piece?" Welsh, Doris Kasnias and Frank

f". Y" '''''' ''' '.'?;;:'' pretty much up said Lantphibex of Puerto "No Doctor." Henderson. ,
side in a five-state area inculding : change yet,
1'r''J' to my husband. I Military personnel donors, totaling -
New York, Connecticut, New Jer- went very well in its
':'nr.r : I just stand by 16, were Calvin Green.
phases and that the force
Pennsylvania and Virginia.At .
t and keep the sey "attacked and captured" James Jackson, Thomas Trues-
Jacksonville, the "WeekendWarriors"
children quiet.I will have in the maneuvers was dale, James Fleming, Michael
I an
believe it isI oppor- i'a Jenkins, Henry Pilcher 111,
one of the strongest of its
tunity to observe and check out
harder being a in the world. Theodore Bledsoe, Frank Ganther,
with regular Navy patrol squad-
Howard Smith, George Evans,
serviceman rons of Fleet Air Wing Eleven The visitor to the mental I'
Daniel Cook, John Worrell, Ste-
and participate in realistic anti-- stitution stopped to chat
Edens ordinary housewife submarine training exercises in I an inmate. He noticed the 24."A I wart Hall, Jerry Kamerer, Ralph
because of the frequent ad- Jones and William Borty.
the coastal area. tient spoke intelligently so
justing to new people and sur-
Russell Maxwell donated from
WHILE HERE the mission of asked the man why he was
roundings. Mrs. Erriestina Edens,
Operations Department and Eli-
7t's because / prefer shoes
VP-831 will be to achieve the
wife of Eugene Edens, PR1, Instructor -
i zabeth Braddock was the Dental
boots said the
of in
Mobile' Training Unit. highest degree 'efficiency Department blood donor.
The visitor
antisubmarine warfare tactics. The was amazed.
"Oh goodness, I don't know.
Reserves will also receive train- thousands of people prefer

Other than helping him..."...study... ... .I. ing in instrument flying, long to boots," he replied. "As a Boss: "Why are you late to
I << keep things :' work
: : : ?
b'l. : "
:: :: distance overwater navigation ter of fact so do I.
c eful and r > Secretary: "A man followed
train- "Yes, 1 know that, said
:4i. flights, night flying, ground
quiet so that he : me all the way.
how do
ing for pilots and aircrewmen, you
have time
can = Boss: "Is that any reason to
and upkeep and repair of their or ?
to I ask "
study. : I TVitI be late? .
aircraft. Skipper of VP-831 is
him i questions : SLOW START Secretary: "But he walked so
and reviewhim. )<:; Comdr. C. F. Maginn.
t. (Continued from 1)) -I
My husband ) .::V: Patrol Squadron Five, com- page -
the individual is being' ------+I-- -

is an instructor 1 I'.i.......'...'<>;.'. .,: ..zV'>>>..... manded by Comdr. Thomas 41. sized time and again in order O&RJAX
so I Daniels Casey, has been assigned as hostto
listen to his lectures and 'ask him ,the New York group. contribute.every person' i (Continued from page 1))

questions concernng it. Mrs. I other activities connected with

Josephine Daniels, wife of Gerald Confidence was expressed fleet readiness.
TESTS all "business"
Daniels, AEC, Instructor at AE quarters that Sending representatives here

"B" School, NATTU. (Continued from page 1)) pick up considerably before will be O&Rs from NAS Pen-

"About the most constructive way-that is, contracting for end of the drive. sacola; NAS Norfolk, Va.; MCAS

thing I have done is to keep the all services including cooking, THIS combined'effort.FIRST drive for 1961 Cherry Point, N. C.; NAS Quonset -
:' baking and serving. They a Point R.I.
:: l1 home lifehappy'keeping ran ; NAS Lakehurst,
.t into the problem of how to are being sought for five 'Ti- N. J.; NAS North Island, Calif.;

li provide a place for rotation for Health Agencies and for and NAS Alameda, Calif. Re-

., <1 i unpleasant their food men between over- international welfare agencies. presentatives from the Bureauof

things i from seas and U.S. Duty. The Navy Health Agencies involved are Naval Weapons fleet support

*. ;::..: him.i Anytime will avoid that problem by American Cancer Society, Y bta offices, Atlantic and Pacific, and

;lfY that he is going limiting the civilian replace- lar Dystrophy Association, from the Aviation Supply Office

::",';x<:(:'J: i to fly, I ment only to those nonratedmen Cerebral Palsy, National I TINA AND HER BIKINI- I In Philadelphia, are also attend-
for Children and Tina Louise is the
Wr1J. make sure that working in the galleys Crippled
he in pleasant and mess halls. and ,National Society for of attraction in Holly ing.Capt.. Thomas
...1J2J IS a as she strolls in her bi- B. Haley, Jax
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