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 16, 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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Information In Your Emergency Data Form Current?

The well-known Record of Em--
ergency .Data, otherwise knownas names, addresses and ages of to transmit funds. a person not legally entitled to new children should be listed on
DD Form 93-1, is one of the children, identity of persons not NAME AND ADDRESS of insurance it or to someone other than the the form in case 'both husbandand
most important pages in each to be notified due to ill health companies are also in- serivceman's choice. Another er- wife die, the children wouldbe

man's service record and shouldbe such as a heart condition, age cluded so they may be furnished ror due to an out-dated DD Form beneficiaries.If .

kept up to date at all times.It or other reasons, and the bene- certifications of casualty, and 93-1 could be settlement of un- any changes occur such as
is used by the CO of the Sta- ficiary for death gratuity if the names of person or persons receiving paid pay and allowances made' births, deaths, marriages, divorces -
tion and the Chief of Naval Per- man is not survived by ,a spouseor more than 50 per cent of to other than current, and in- remarriages or changes of

sonnel when a Navyman or wo- children. their support from a service per- tended, next of kin. If a serivce address, they should be enteredor
son, are others aspects of DD man was reported missing, his
man becomes seriously ill or en- More information included are changed immediately in the
jured, or if he or she dies or is names of beneficiary to receive Form 93-1. funds might not be handled ac- Record, of Emergency Data sheet.

reported missing. any money due and unpaid from Each service person is respon- cording his wishes. Tomorrow or the next day is too

THE FORM J3 the basis for the Navy at time of death, including sible to keep this form up to date ONE OF THE first things a late when it comes to an im-
the person to be notified in eventof savings deposits, and in order to avoid delayed em- serviceman should do when he portant matter such as the DD
emergency; names and ad- centage of pay in event the ser- ergency information or immediate is married is to make his wife Form 93-1, indispensable in each
dresses of spouse and parents; vice person is missing and unable I I payment of death gratuity to his number one beneficiary. Also, service person's record.

Adm. CraigTo

RetireIn J AX 1 S


Adm. Kenneth ,
Commander Fleet Air Jack- I Vol. 18 No. 52 U. S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 16 March 1961 I
sonille and Commander Naval
Air Bases Sixth Naval Dis-

trict, with headquarters hereat N. Y. Reserve

NAS Jax, has announcedthat
he will retire when his Y Yx'4 Unit Winds Up
tour of duty ends in June. 2

He will be relieved by Rear
Adm. Joseph Carson, now Com- 1r Training HereReserve

mander of Naval Forces in the
Philippines. Patrol Squadron 831
weeks of trainingat
wraps up
Admiral Craig, a veteran of 35
s NAS Jax Friday under the
naval service has been in
years' ,
operational control of Commander -
Jacksonville since April 1, 1959, Fleet Air Wing Eleven.
having reported from duty as :Sh > While i here, the squadron,
Commander of Carrier Division working with Patrol SquadronFive
Two. He was graduated from the conducted antisubmarine
Naval Academy in June 1926.
warfare tactics, search and rescue
Upon being relieved, Admiral operations, pilot i proficiency
Craig has revealed that he plansto flights, rocket and bombing hops

travel extensively with his and ground, training for pilots ...
(Please Turn To Page 6, Col. 5) and aircrewmen. In addition, the '

reservists underwent an opera-
tional readiness inspection con-
sisting of standard competitive
exercises and a total of six over-
YOUR water surveillance patrols.
: Highlight of the cruise was the

completion of intertype antisub-
GIFT marine exercises on three successive -
FOREIGN SUPPLY OFFICERS VISIT Four of the 20 foreign supply officers of ten allied
nations who arrived here last Saturday for a three-week training cruise look over stock records days .early this week with
procedures at the NAS Jax Supply Department. Capt. James-J. Davis Jr., Supply Officer explains the submarine USS Clamagore.
CAN the system. The training trip here is part of their course of instruction at Neval Supply The reservists were also called
Corps School at Athens, Ga. The four foreign officers are (left to right) Lt. Victor M. Viloria. upon for three search and rescue
Venezuela: Lcdr. Karl Pramlov. Sweden: Lcdr. Andreas Hauge, Norway: and Lcdr. Tin Maung
MAKEIT Yin Burma. flights' last Tuesday, seeking to
too locate a 16-year-old boy (later
Navy To Defend GB Title found by other search units) who
DividendApproved On adrift in small boat the
.e was a on
1007 Navy will be back to defendits
Atlantic Ocean near Fort Lauder-
Gator Bowl Basketball

.o Korea War InsuranceHolders Championship in the 1960-61 dale.Patrol Squadron 831, home-

70so Classic, it was announced this based at NAS New York, is com-
. of Korea War insurance of the "RS" and "W" week. (Please Turn To Page 3, Col. 2)
varieties will soon receive a one-time dividend payment -
averaging $100 per veteran. This insurance payment has
.o been approved by the House Veterans Affair Committee.The .
House also. approved a
leagues that the $60 million
Insurance World
new option for
dividend will be shared by 600-
O War II holders of NSLI Term
O eo insurance. 000 veterans. The insurance was &IA :
originally set up as non par-
COMMITTEE Chairman Olin
ticipating-no dividends.But .
D. Tex. told his col-
Teague ( ) Teague said the insurance y

fund to which the policy holders
MarinesReject contribute has grown much big-

ger than necessary. This becausethe
Green UniformThe death rate for Korean veter-

READY FOR A BLAST OFFIf Marine Corps will not ans has been smaller than was
military and civilian
sonnel of per- around uni- predicted at the time legistlationwas
Navy activities the get a year green
Jacksonville area hope to get form it was announced this enacted in 1950.
this rocket off the ground.they11 week. The Commandant of the THE "RS" insurance replaced
have to more
fuel. All it takes pour is .a contribution Corps'has rejected the idea. participating policies in 1950. The
to the National Health "We have been testing and "W" insurance was first issued
Agencies and the Joint Crusadeto evaluating different materials Jan. 1, 1959.
get this thing launched and
looming at 100 percent Cftp?. since February 1958," Gen. Under the bill holders of "W"
city. The goal for the drive is I David M. Shoup said. "We insurance will be eligible for the
100 percent participation and have not yet found a green dividend immediately. Those with "
{ jjilliZ'.m: : 2 ,.
all personnel are urged to
cloth considered suitable for insurance dividend
can a
donate their share to keep the 40 LONG YEARS-Capt. William Engelman commandingofficer
Navy's record intact. Participation year-round wear." right away, too, if they exchangeor of the Naval Hospital pins a 40.year lapel emblem on
as of early this week A combination of dacron, convert their term policies fora Patrick O'Brien. After 30 years as a hospital corpsman. O'Brien
reached a little under 20 per- retired and continued his hospital career as a civilian. He has
"W" term
policy or permanent
cent with a little over a weekto wool and gabardine was test- been employed in the medical storeroom of the Hospital for the
go. ed last year. plan. past ten years.Is .

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16 March
Page 2 ----

New Canadian Pay Scale //Fa'

tim KW14AQ1'W6NAfn Tn Some Ways. Tops U. S. I

-- Ask Us

The Royal Canadian Navy has Canadian Navy ranges from $255

Jed..vttie adopted a new pay scale. The monthly for an acting sub-lieu- would, you d.
c.,.. J..... L body Commending OffIcer in grade It you
based on time to U.S. Navy
rates are tenant (equal a suddenly fell heir 01 I
Comdr Robert Nelson ___ bwcwtlv* OffIcer press to
NAB tbg IW Air J cfc MvRU instead of the U. S. Navy time ensign) 'to $809 monthly base pay a million dollars and ''II

few Adm. Kmwth Craig __, Comm** in service system. The pay rates for a captain. you spend it? wouldWhat
__ Chief of Staff Fairfax to-and in
c.pt. Gf.ytton H. Weber are roughly equivalent Officers receive a pay raise That the
Copt Sao? M. Heed r Chief of Staff, NAB Six was question of the
S. ser-
nt Air Wfef lie... some cases higher than-U. alter three, six and nine years week asked of military personnel

Capf. lUnfro Tumor, Jr. Command vice pay. time in grade. aboard the Station by u;,
Capt. Murlln W. Alley Chief Staff Officer The Canadian Navy now pays Non-flag officers also receive News' roving Air
Naval Air Tacluilcal Training. Vii hold reporter
to officers who
Cap Robert J. fUmlna Commanding Officer extra money between $75 and $139 subsistence "I couldn't do too nm.h' ; with
Comdr Marlon K. Smith Executive Officer special command responsibilities. monthly if single and from $110to it
Naval HttphalCap Congress has authorized this for $165 monthly subsistence if r while I'm
William L E..IrMra.. .. Commending Officer in tht service
the U. S. Navy. The Navy is now married, depending on rank. All
Cap John 0. Fadar --- Executive Officer but would
NAITUOpt. seeking to pay it. married officers over age 23 receive -

F. H. Holt Commanding Officer THE CANADIAN Navy boasts an additional $40 monthly. invent it i

Comdr. William M. Millar Executive Office, one light carrier, no cruisers and CANADA'S TWO flag officer >?: would also save

Printed cantmardally with non-approprlatad fund In Jackaonvllla, Florida .t no' 43 destroyers and escorts.A ranks, commodore and rear ad- some oi it to

expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958 carrier or cruiser skipper or miral, receive base pays of $1114 buy a new car
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Flat Air Jackawivllla, a destroyer flotilla commander and have a few
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing H, Naval Air and $1265 monthly, respectively. good times."
(Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hoipltal. receives $90 per month extra The Canadian Navy has eight df
Service Information OffIcer Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnli Jr. pay. The captain of a destroyeror enlisted pay grades with basic Morgan Pvt. Randolph

Assistant Service Information Officer -- Andrew H. Marvay larger escort receives $60 extra ranging from $108 monthlyfor T. Morgan, AE School.
Feature Editor-Mae Spencer, JOI, Staff Reporteri-Sandy AAartinion, JOSN; pay while smaller escort vessel pay "Well I'd take out life insurance
Ralph Bailey, AA. Photographer-Joy Beccarl, PH2. an ordinary seaman to $304
first and
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and International and minesweeper skippersget monthly for a chief petty officer I buy some nice
Council of Industrial Editors. $30 more per month. first class. (Men enlisting under clothes, a car ;
The Jax Air News is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material An executive officer in any 17 and a house. I : ti
age are paid $56 monthly
appearing In this publication can be reprinted'providing credit is given. Photographsunless '
ship receives $15 more monthlyfor until their 17th would also con-
otherwise credited, official U. S. birthday.)
are Navy
I holding the No. 2 job. tribute to char-
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone extensions A trained seaman-equal to a
8164, 656 272 or 216. BASIC OFFICER pay in the U.S. seaman-pulls $115 basic pay ity funds, ovalf : k'

.. per month. fare agencies

.1 As with officers, pay goes up and help the

for every three years in grade poor. And I

until one has nine years in grade. would help the

A CPO-1 with nine years in hisrank church, by conTurner

Sunday, March 19 receives $319 monthly. 'tributing financially." Gene L


0830-Service of Worship. : $65 to $95 monthly for single "I always ask that question my-

0930-Sunday School, three- men and $100 to $110 monthly self. I would put it to use such as

year-olds through adults,. Build- for married men (over 21) ac ::::;!}W Wi: : ':: ';:1r;; !! investing m
ing 722; Adult Bible Class, Small cording to rank. An additionalacross 1 :' : shares of stock
Chapel. ArItDO the board $30 is paid mon- fT::: ': :I I would spend
'. ;:'
0930-Service of Worship. thly to all married men. : "I half of it the

1100-Service of Worship. All enlisted men also receiverom \L: : : first day on a

1830-Teen-Age, Senior High $7 to $9 monthly for uniform r': new car home
,. .
and United Fellowship of Pro- upkeep and men aboard : :'::_ and clothes. I

testants, Building 722 and Small ships in foreign waters are paid .:::.':: : would be the

Chapel. an additional $9 to $16.50 monthly !:'::;:: : sharpest guy in
e a a s": ,"::: :
while their ship is deployed the Navy"Jeffrey

ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL In addition, officers and en- L. Hill, AA, Ship's Company -

0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass. listeds receive a variety of special AO School, NATTU
pays, similar to U. S. "The first thing I would do is

ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL payoff my ring and the second

0615Confessions.0630Mass. FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION thing I woulddo

is buy a

0930-1015--Java Club. home. I would ; .' '

1030-Protestant Worship also contribute
? urges all shipmates
a large majority ..,,
This could be the thought of this Navy wife as she starts on in the
Christian Science refreshments served at the NATTU AEB( ) and AOB( ) Schools' to Jax-Mayport area of it to the
open house held last Friday. A total of 250 dependents turned attend the March 16 and April Heart Fund because -
Tuesdays, 1900, Small Chapels out for their indoctrination of how the student is put through 20 meeting at 2000. father
a e my
his paces at the respective schools.
Yukon Branch Meeting died of heart

JEWISH SERVICES Hall is at 4530, 120th St., Yukon, disease." Bev- Hill

Small Chapel, between All Wives Of Students Get Fla., opposite NAS Jax. New erly A. Jones, SA, Aircraft Maintenance -
Saints and St. Edward's Chapels. classes
arriving this month will 1 Department.mire. .
Wednesday, 1500 Religious be the honor guests at the
School. Look At School Workstanding 16 meeting. They are A3D Class mire.

2015-Adult Education Class. at O&R, and NATTU AO-B For more information, contact
AEB) and AOB( ) Schools
Friday, 2000-Worship service. at-
School Relations
Class Lowell Lorbeer Public
61-08 ,
she and AE-B
could ]
assist in
2100-Oneg Shabbat.Faetu's NATTU Jax introduced a new promoting H.
.. type of indoctrination in the form in her husband the high School Classes 61-08 and 61-10.( Chairman, at EV 4-5708 or W

of an open house last Friday. morale and initiative required to Plans for the annual Spaghetti Sandefer, Secretary; at NAS Jax.

Training The incoming "B" School stu- stay with and and finally graduate Supper will be made at the meet Ext. 8516.

dents and their wives and fami- from the school.ComFairJax ing. A vote will be taken at the *
Films Are ListedHere All good Irishmen, no matter
lies were given a first hand tour -- meeting to support some of the
of their respective schools. bills that have been what their nationalities, are par-
are more films availabl- UnitsIn presented to
from the FaetuLant -DetachmentTwo Comdr. A. A. Cipolat, directorof the 87th Congress, which are of typoopers if they don't attend

film library In Building 168. training, welcomed the guestsat CP ExerciseAll vital interest to the Armed For Branch 91's St. -Patrick's Day

King Hall, explaining that the ces. Bring your S&H Green Dance tomorrow evening.
Survival Training River Tra- units of Fleet Air Jax
under available
vel (MV9494V), nine minutes open house was provided to bet Stamps to'the meeting. Only 200 tickets are
; command of Rear Ad m. Let's and the donation is 50 cent per
construction of rafts, demonstrates ter acquaint wives with the cur- everyone sign one in '61.
riculum better Kenneth Craig, Monday night The field The shindig gets startedat
technique of river travel. and to understandwhat executed for eligible members is! person. the
will be expected of their a comand post exercise in wide open here in Jax. The I at 2100. The blow-out is at
Search for Silence (MN8958), husbands. are FRA Club 8554 Roosevelt Blvd
14 minutes conjunction with the entire U. S. scores of eligible men who ,
; explains what Navy The wives, accompanied by Atlantic Fleet to test their read are not members of the FRA. Invite All shipmates and their ladies

is to noise
doing cure of jet air- their husbands, in their tour. ness. them to the next meeting. are urged to come and give ole j

craft. Emphasizes Navycommunity visited classrooms, viewed training Unit 126 Ladies St. Pat his due or is it "dew"?!
Fleet Air Jax units Auxiliary
cooperation in FRA
solving jet including
aids and heard
a general will and free
hold It's food
noise problems, low level air i outline of the Movies some 50 squadrons and units from a reception for prospective BYOB, ice,
navigation and sonic boom. shown to Oceana, Va., to Jax and south to members on March 23, music by the juke box.
were explain objec-
Guantanamo 1961 at 1900 at 2142 Jammes This is the night when e"Crvbody
Bay, Cuba and Road,
Parachute Landing Techniques tives of the school, and depicted
Puerto Rico which is the home of I is Irish and the club opensits
participated.The J. R
(MN9299B), 12 minutes; techni- various tasks in the fleet per- Whitmire. the
Those ladies doors to the public for
ques of making safe 'chute landings taining to particular rates. units swung into action further seeking urgedto
on land and sea, daylightor Purpose of the open house was following an order by Admiral FRA information about L. A party hours. Members are
may call Mrs. as gue"
night, with various harnesses to bring the Navy wife closer to Robert Dennison, Commander of mire, at EV 4-2815. J. R. Whit- bring non-member alt

equipped with ejector snap and her husband's work. In this way, the Unified Command Atlantic ning Those pia nTickets may be obtained
canopy releases. it was explained, with her under- and of the U. S. Atlantic Fleet. requested attending to this social are, the Fleet Reserve Club or ft I'lln
Mrs. Whit- any of the Club officers.




16 March 1961 JAX Am NEWS Page 3

Mobile Pilot

1 4

Ready Rooms y ; tiS t.
3 <
t + Ax < +qi


Cecil Field and NAS San- HERE AND THERE

ford are among eight naval air .
stations that will soon receive : : A woman was on a sightseeing

new mobile pilot ready rooms. +0. tour of Detroit. Going out Jefferson -

Of a total of 20 to be located Ave., the driver of the

throughout the world, two will bus called out places of interest.

be at Cecil Field and one at '" "On the right, we have the I
Sanford. J'., .: Dodge home," he announced. I
They are being built f" !
under 4 "John Dodge?" the lady asked.
a BuWeps contract by \
"No, Horace Dodge said the .c
Grumman Aircraft Co. r ;; } driver. II :
Seven of the units are to be

placed at bases on the East Coast l' Continuing on, he said, "On' _

and Rota, Spain. The other 13 the right we have the Ford
., RAWLS-Chosen NAS
;i > home."
will be the West Coast
put on Personal-
Supply Department
and such places as Okinawa, : "Henry Ford?" fly of the Month.Rawls -
\ l
Philippines and Japan, Grumman "No, Edsel Ford."

announced.The <." \! Still farther out: "On the left Picked

mobile ready rooms con- .J.,, ,. 'fl::, we have Christ Church."
sist of two 40-foot trailers fitted \\ ; );:; A fellow passenger, hearing no

with equipment to take care of OUTSTANDING BENNY SUGG-Sam Mitchell of Over- response from the lady, tappedher For MonthlySupplyHonor

fliers wearing the Navy's new haul and Repair Department, demonstrates the use of a new on the shoulder and said,
scrub brush holder he designed for brushing various areas of
light weight, high-altitude Mark aircraft during paint stripping operations. Capt. Thomas B. "Go ahead, lady, you can't be

IV pressure suit. One trailer is Haley O&R Officer, looks on approvingly. Mitchell reaped a wrong all the time.
a dressing room and the other is $60 cash award for his beneficial suggestion. He was one of 25 Afton S. Rawls, general sup-
a briefing room. They are con- employees who had ideas adopted during the month of January. ply assistant in the Control Division -
The sheriff knocked twice and,
has been chosen "Person-
nected by a hall. ,
when there was no response, he of the Month" at Supply
Pacific Fleet installations get- 25 Employees Net $1580For ality
ting the new rooms include pushed the summons under the Department of NAS Jax.

Sangley Point, Philippines; Mir- door. Rawls is assigned to the pro-

amar and Alameda, Calif.; Fal- Beneficial SuggestionsBeneficial Immediately, Jones blew it gram management branch to coordinate -

lon, Nev.; Naha Okinawa; Agana, back outside with a bellows. the Bureau of Naval

Guam and Atsugi and Iwakuni, Again the sheriff pushed it Weapons Selected Item Reportinr
Suggestion Awards totaling $1,580 were presented to
Japan. Two will also under and again Jones sent it (SIR) Program. This prograrwas
go to ,
25 NAS Jax employees for suggestions adopted in January. Twenty- back.
developed to provide BuWeps
four were from Overhaul and Repair Department and one from
This happened several times with accurate data on bureau
Supply DepartmentSam
until the sheriff finally pickedup controlled aeronautical compon-
Mitchell O&R received
VA-163 I'nsigiaSymbolizes $60 check presented by Capt. Larizza, $75; Robert L. Williams, the summons and laid to his ents and aircraft related equip-

MissionThe Thomas B. Haley, O&R Officer, $40; Jacob B. Omwake, $60; Gen- deputy: ments, by condition, in supply

for his 'Scrub Brush Holder" sug aro P. Ban-era, $50; Branston L. "Come on, let's take this back! system stock and fn use throughout -

Saints of Attack Squadron gestion. His design is an im- Friday, $105; Earl Hixon, $20; to the landlord. I wouldn't pay the Navy.
163, home-based at NAS Cecil Leon L. Carter of SIR items
F. control
$10; Joseph This strict
brush holder I ina
proved to securely any rent either If had to live
Field, have proudly announcedthe Califano, $85; Dana W. Bonnett, has improved the readiness of
hold various brushes end of
on a drafty old house like that.
official approval of their handle which are used to brush two $25 checks; Floyd E. Gray, fleet aircraft and made it poss-
squadron insignia by the CNO. various areas of aircraft during $10; Bennett F. JacksonJr. ible to reduce the total monetary

The insignia, from an original stripping ., $90; Jeanette S. Alderman The clerk was overly patient, investment in material inventories.
paint operations.
design by Ensign J. A. 'Ziemian, ANOTHER outstanding sugges. $50; Carl A. Knapp, $25; "Miss," he said, handing the His records were found to be

and developed by Ernest Jessen, tion was by William Gouchnour, William E. Bynum, $15; HenryW. woman her application again, --I in exact agreement with the phy-
ADJ3, and John Langlinais, AD- Wells Jr. E. Rowe
$10 Edgar items duringthe
for "Air ; sical count of SIR
O&R Gauge Equipment.
JAN is say once more, we can't issue
a graphic representationof
$35 Carl A. and Be-
Gouchnour whose idea netted ; Knapp, $45, last quarterly inventory.
the squadron's mission. De- 'Ralph E. Bowen and Royal H. you a license until your form Is cause of the number and high
him offers air
$275 gauging
picting night and day, land and "
Mattox $40. properly filled out. in
equipment and techniques which cost, $17,250,000, of the items
sea, the crest symbolizes the
ability of the squadron to deliver make it possible for O&R to re- David S. Baggs, Supply, was "I don't see what that has to volved, this is a noteworthy ach-

nuclear anytime work Pilot Valve Servo Cylin- presented $35 check by Capt. do with it," she replied huffily." ievement.Mr. .
weapons ders. James J. Davis, Supply Officer, Rawls is a native of Thom-
anywhere. "My financee happens to like
for "Installation of Toggle asville Ga. Mr. Rawls served two
Robert R. Abbott, O&R, re- thin ,
Switches on IBM Machines." women. in the Navy, and began hi'
ceived a $205 Benny Sugg check SS years
"What's Mabel so mad about?" A Letter of Appreciation was Federal service career in Octobe
for "Cover Plate for Oven Roll-
"She stepped on one of those ers," which eliminates damage to presented to George H. McLe- It's the job of the U. S. mintto 1948 as a storekeeper in the Sup-
scales with loud and O&R for "Slip Ring Pro- make it first-and to
a speaker studs and other protruding partsof more, yours ply Department. Because of a

it called out, 'One at a time, larger assemblies during Zyglo tector, HR2S Aircraft. make it last. reduction in force, he was separ-
please. processing. ated in Nov. 1949 but was re-

Robert P. Groleau, O&R, wai employed in September 1950.

Memorial Services presented $190 check for his sug- Th

gestion: "M 0 del HSS/HUS-1

Held For VictimsOf Rotor Helicopters Shaft., "Main Gear Box, Main = : Polaris Subs

Plane Crash CAPT. HALEY also presented To Get Fire

Memorial services were held Benny Sugg Awards to Ralph J.

Monday afternoon at All N. Y. Reserve Unit 4? Control ModelDelivery
Saints Chapel here at NAS i

for eight men of Patrol Squadron Ends Cruise Here of the first production

30 who perished in a P2V (Continued From Page 1)) model Polaris fire-control trainer"to

Neptune patrol bomber crashin posed of approximately 100 of- the Navy will help teach crews

Lake George last Thursday. ficers and men who reside in n iN aboard fleet ballistic missile sub-

Comdr. Charles Beatty, sen- Pennsylvania, New York, New marines how to launch the inter-

ior chaplain, officiated.The Jersey, Connecticut and Virginia. mediate-range weapon.It .
plane was involved ina VP-831 is commanded by will be installed aboard the

practice bombing run over Comdr. Charles F. Maginn. nuclear-powered Theodore Roose-

the Navy's target area on the 4 velt, now under construction at

Lake when the crash occured. Marine Unit Here 4 the Naval Shipyard in Mare Island

Crewmen of the ill-fated Calif.

plane included: Lt. Robert K. For Week's CruiseA These trainers will also be

Morse, pilot; Lcdr. Walter standard equipment on the
Garland, replacement pilot; Lt. detachment from Patrol George Washington and Ethan
Squadron 26, home-based at NAS Allen ballistic missile submarines.The .
Richard W. Bennett; Jay Ad- MTh; '
Brunswick, Me., arrived here y.s electronic device can be
kins aviation ordnanceman; !
aviation Sunday for one week of antisub- connected to the fire-control sys-
G. Cummings
Harry It
technician FreddieG. marine warfare exercise under 40 tem of the submarine to permit
electronics ; w'
the operational control of Com- PA ;: complete launching operations on
Pridgeon, aviation machin- Air Eleven. KEEN EYE SIGHT Two crewmen of Reserve Patrol
mander Fleet Wing the used to firea
ist's mate second class; Terry Squadron 831, home based at NAS New York, man their sta- same equipment
Ramsby aviation elec- The detachment, which includes lion in a P2V Neptune during an antisubmarine warfare train- missile.
Lee approximately 80 officers and ing flight. Some of their duties as observers include watching The trainer is so realistic thatIt
tronics technician; and JamesT. men and six P2V "Neptune" air- landing, gear and flaps for proper operation, checking enginefor can simulate many of the con
aviation electronics oil leaks and lookouts. VP-831 is in Jacksonville for
Smith, safety
craft led by Comdr. C. W. ditions of real missile launch-
was a
technician third class. two weeks of active duty training with Fleet Air Wing Eleven.At .
Sims, skipper of VP-62. left us A. Sabato, ADR3, and right is N. A. Guell, ADR3. ing.


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j 1S March 19S1

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I Military Loses $50 Gift Act;

O'Seas Bases To Hire U.S. '

Two new developments In the "save gold dollars campaign"took

place this week. Military men and dependents overseas are to

be hired where possible in non-appropiated fund activities and the
services will not ask extension of the $50 duty-free-gift law now on a <

the books.A .
apply' it noted.President .

Defense Department order Kennedy has already

has instructed the various serv- asked Congress to kill the $500

ices to "make maximum feasible duty-free import allowed to tour- 1 { ,

ists. He has recommended that
reduction in the number of local
this be cut to $100. %L a
national employees of
propriated fund activities substi-
vicemen or families overseas fora
tuting in their stead United
short time.It .
States dependent personnel already
would not change the law
in the country and off-
which permits the serviceman
duty employment of military -
stationed overseas to bring back,
duty free, personal property and

THE DEPARTMENT has also household goods purchased over-

said it will "take no action to seas. CAPTAIN'S COFFEE-Honored guests of Capt. Henry fit

urge extension of the ,special That law still permits to bring ter (left) Public: Works Officer of NAS, at the monthly Captain's

military $50 duty-free gift act. back even a foreign automobile. I Coffee for March were (left to right). Aaron Yarbrough trans- Navy Wives
Welsh, maintenance control ,
division Mrs. Dorothy ;
portation ;
After expiration of this act on But there will be no free trans- division and Charles Kemp maintenance division. The three

June 30, 1961, the $10 free entry portation to the States for the car employees were selected for the honor as outstanding employeesfor

for gifts available to tourists will)) bought overseas. I the month within the department. .Corner 1 1A .

YouCanFurtherYourEducationWhile Social and Educational meet-

w -ML ing was held last Wednesday by

w the Navy Wives Club No. 86. A
In Service If You DesireThe
J1- feature at the meeting was a filmon

;_ educational opportunities courses in subjects ranging frorr the "Navy Wife." Arrange

for Navymen on active ments have also been made fora
the elementary level to college
duty are very plentiful.There study to all servicemen. The dance on Saturday, March 18,
f. are three main programs,
N' initial fee for enrollment in a to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
::>< U. S. Armed Forces Institute
USAFI correspondence course I ic Mrs. Kendall Kerns is Hostess for
(USAFI) Courses, Tuition Assist-

ance and Navy Enlisted Scientific $5. the evening.
Education. There are no fees for other
Members and guests are urgedto
USAFI COURSES offer group, serices or subsequent USAFI enrollments attend.

extension, and correspondence provided each course
is completed satisfactorily

VAP-62's Junior Courses offered by colleges and Vice Adm. Wellborn

universities through USAFI vary

in cost according to the school or, Stops Off HereVice
Happy course.
Adm. Charles WellbornJr.
TUITION assistance is avail-
., Commander Eastern Sea
CougarsA able all
to servicemen except Frontier and Atlantic Reserve
Coast Guard and who
naval aviator's desire to fly I Navy men Fleet, stopped off at NAS Jax

is as necessary to him as is food are not career personnel. This! yesterday on his way to. inspectthe
program pays up to 75 per cent
and drink. Florida Group Atlantic Re-
of tuition fees for off-duty study
I CITED FOR ACTIONBernard Last week a long awaited sight serve Fleet at Green Cove Springs
aircraft mechanic leading to a bachelor's or ad-
for frustrated junior naval Naval Station.
SA Award ToO&R's many
(general) of Overhaul and Re- vanced degree.
pair Department, accepts a aviators in Heavy Photographic Arriving here from Charleston -
$250 check as his Superior Accomplishment Squadron Sixty-Two at NAS Jax, The Navy Enlisted Scientific Admiral Wellborn remained

EggersFor Award from finally rolled into view. Once Education program is open to before
overnight departingby
Capt. Thomas B. Haley, O&R i
Navy or Marine Corps enlistedmen
Officer.. Eggers received the again they will have the oppor- with helicopter at 0800 today
a high school educa-
tunity to do their own "stick
award for his alertness and
AlertnessA courage ,In preventing what pulling" when they board the tion to Navy or Marine Corps en- for Green Cove Springs.

would have been a destructiveand squadron's newly assigned F9F listed men with a high school ed- Following his tour of Green
Superior AccomplishmentAward disastrous fire in the ucation. Applicants attend of
i Ground Check Area of O&R. Cougar. any Cove the Admiral will return to
worth $250 has been pre- 23 selected colleges for four con-
The Cougar, relinquished to NAS and then depart for New
sented to Bernard J. Eggers, air- Photo Pilots Train VAP-62 from VA-44, will brighten sececutive years to obtain 'abachelor's
degree in science or Orleans and a visit to ComEight
craft mechanic employed at the days of VAP's junior fliers

Overhaul and Repair Depart-i With Improved Jet I who for so long have occupiedthe engineering. headquarters.

right-hand navigator's seat
ment, for alertness and courage I Ii Navy students training as
i. in the squadron's covey of A3D-
displayed while on the job. Crusader photographic pilots will

Capt. Thomas B. Haley, O&R receive an improved training 2Ps.This. squadron, skippered by
device which ;
presents a realistic w
Officer, presented the coveted Comdr. John E. Cousins, has ,
view of terrain and targets .w, ,:
award in special ceremonies last through the student's viewfinder. flown the versatile twin-jet A3-

Friday. D-2P Skywarriors since November -

1959, leaving the junior pilots -
Eggers 'was cited for the cour- Designed to supplement exist with very little opportunityto

age and quick thinking he dis- ing Crusader cockpit and camera. get their hands on the wheel.

played in preventing what would trainers, the device uses a sys- With the Cougar on hand,.Comdr, w r, A gpkkJ
tem of lenses and mirrors to
have been a destructive and dis- Cousins will be able to maintaina
project. aerial i photographic
astrous fire in the Ground Check images and flight paths to the well-rounded training programfor
his young tigers who at last
Area.In student pilot.Bermuda.
are all smiles. > <
late i December as aircraftin
the Ground Check Area were
Outfit The senator was stumping a

being refueled, the supply hoseto I I rural area seeking reelection. His _
the fuel truck broke and fuel
Closes CruiseA long-winded speech had been going
began to pour out onto the ramp and
on on, punctuated only
area. Eggers, noticed the fuel detachment from Patrol by occasional stops for gulps of

running toward the salamandertype Squadron 45, home-based at
water. During one of these pausesan _
heaters burning near Han- Bermuda, departed yesterdayafter old farmer in the audience

gar 122. Ordering a fuel truck three days of operations turned to his neighbor and in aloud

out of the area, Eggers quickly under the control of CommanderFleet whisper observed: "First

extinguished the heaters thus Air Wing Eleven here. ,, )i.L
time in my life I ever saw a wRa.. .. ...... i.Ras'Y. ". ..' ;.
averting the of fire. .v. .WAV*
danger The detachment includes a windmill run by water. NAVY WIVES OFFICIAL VISITS
r Mrlo Shirley White
Through this special act of a- crew of approximately 85 officers (right) Southeast Regional Vice President of the Navy Wives

lertness, the Navy was spared and men, and six P5M Marlin He: "Do you.like winter sports?" Club i of America; inspects trophies won by Jax Navy Wives
Club No. 86 during her visit here
great loss of property and per-I sea planes. The unit was led by She: "I certainly do. Especiallyif Wagner (left), vice president and Mrs.last Pearl Thursday.Smith Mrs., presidentof Vivian

haps of life. Comdr. E. P. ,Palm. they have money." Jax No. 86 look on.r .

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C apy L :

Face Loaded

t :: e e : Schedule Next WeekA


schedule crammed full of athletic contests has been

arranged for 100 athletes from the U. S. Naval Academy who

are due at NAS Jax next Wednesday for their annual Easter

ir vacation! spring! training drills.

___I IY Candidates for six varsity
_____ Bolles
Park, 1000; and Navy vs.
sports at the Academy will be ar-
Military Academy, Boone Park,
riving for their spring conditioning -
for the second straight
yearat Lacrosse: Navy vs. Yale, For-
the Station.
$ rest High Stadium, 2000.

THE MIDDIES will be involved Crew: Navy vs Jax U. at Jax

H in four baseball games, four U., 1400.

golf matches, four tennis engage- March 25

__ ments, two crew races, a track Baseball Navy vs. FSU at

_ meet and an exhibition lacrosse NAS Mason Field, 1400.
BACK THE BACON match. Golf Navy, Yale, Miami U.,
BRING -Slalwart performances by Jax Navy mitimen brought back ,'i
ie Eastern Golden Gloves championship for the Jacksonville team. On, hand to meet the re- The opposition will be furnish. Jax U., FSU in five-way matchat
krning'battler were Capt. James R. Reedy (third from right), commanding officer of NAS Ja)(, ed service and inde- NAS Jax course, 1100.
hd Lcdr. Charles Hooper (left) Special Services Officer. Jim Rossette (left) and Jim Brady holde by college, Tennis: Navy vs. Pensacola
team trophy. Rossette captured the heavyweight title and Brady won the featherweight crown.ft pendent teams. NAS Jax will be
Park 0900.
to right are Lcdr. Hooper; Coach Chuck Philips: Tony lumba, team member who won his the scene of some of these games, Navy at Boone ,
rst bout but dropped his second: Rosselte: Captain Reedy; Brady and Landy Dove team memr (see schedule below). Crew: Navy, NAS Jax, Jax U.
; who lost a heartbreaker in his first bout. Jax Navy now has its eyes on the 6ND Tourney at Jax U., 1000.
hich begins here at NAS March 22. Rossettee and Brady are expected to compete in. the Na- The lacrosse match with Yale Track: Florida Relays at
nal Golden Gloves meet in Chicago on March 29. will be staged on March 24 at Gainesville.

Forrest High School stadium at March 26

Rossette Capture Titles 2000. Proceeds go to the Forrest Baseball: Navy vs. Jax U. at

IradY, High Band fund and the Navy NAS Mason Field, 1400.

I Relief. Yale's lacrosse team will Golf: Navy, Yale, Miami, Jax

Golden Gloves Meethey be conducting its spring training U. in four-way play at NAS Jax,
at NAS Jax for the third straight 1100..

year. Navy is the defending na-
are singing the praise:: Tennis: Navy vs Jax U., 1330.
pound title the hard way. In an to Larry Carney of Lowell, Mass; tional college lacrosse champion.
fe of Pat Brady and Jin I
earlier bout he defeated 1960 national and Landy Dove, 135-pounder HEADING THE Academy
Isette entourage
a couple of hard-hit
b Navy pugilists whc champ Nick Spanakos of: dropped a heart breaker to is the sensational Joe Cieplinski, Perry,
New York then to it Harold Kirby of Charlotte.The .
ught back championship ; prove was Bsllino, all-American footballerwho Gunther
tohies from the Easterr no fluke he came back to whip wins of Brady and Ros- is also a baseball star.BellinoIs Ortega

|den Gloves tourney staged 1960 Eastern titleholder Lloyd I sette carried the city of Jackson- one of the mainstays of the Share Keg HonorsThere
Madison Marshall, of Elizabeth, N.J., in ville to its first team championship Middies diamond squad which
i Square Carder
1 week. the finals. He had previously dis- in history. traditionally is among the strongest was a unique feature in

posed of James Gilliam of Pitts- BRADY AND Rossette are expected in the nation. high game and high series hon-
|he most outstanding victory
burgh and Ned Bell of Charlotte. to join the Eastern Teamin Here is the complete schedule: ors recorded in last week's intramural -
the standpoint of interest
Brady's record stands at 12-1-1. its traditional battle with the March 23 ten pin play at Main-
prestige, was scored by
d-punching Rossette TONY ELUMBA, another Western Champs for the National Baseball: Academy vs Jax U., side. J. L. Perry of the Holy Rol-
defeated Patterson member of the Jax team, stationed Golden Gloves I Championship at JU, 1500. lers and Vic Cieplinski of VA-44
Ray ,,
at NAS Glynco, Ga. but fight- Tourney at Chicago on March 29. shared high game honors with
nger brother of world heavy- : Academy vs Timuquana while
Bob Gun-
ght champ Floyd Patterson ing for Jax Navy, was eliminatedin A conflict of dates has croppedup Country Club at Timuqana, 1145. indentical 233s,
his second try, being forced to for the two Jax champs. They ther of Special Services and Sam
who is actually stationed Tennis: Navy vs Florida State series with
bard quit with a cut eye. Elumba wasa have been asked to report for 10 Ortega shared high
the destroyer USS Fox Univ., at Boone Park, 1000. of 570.
I of Mayport, befuddled the TKO victim of Clyde Taylor day drills at Bear Mountain, March 24 Identical scores
after outpointing Richie Gon- N. Y, but during those drill the In the American League the.
Patterson.. Rossette build
zalez of Charlotte in his first 6ND Tourney is slated for NAf Baseball: Navy vs FSU at Ma- Hornets stung Hospital 4-0 in'the
| an early lead and applied the
fight. Jax March 2225. Then comes the son Field NAS Jax 1400. only shut-out in that league,
ssure. Patterson said i the
thpaw style of Rossette The other two members of the South Atlantic Regional at Nor- Golf: Navy, vs Jax U., FSU in while the Holy Rollers split 2-2
deci- folk, March 2831. threeway match at San Hose with the Road Runners. All the
lost split
hered him no end and he Jax contingent
Country Club, 1145. scored 3-1 Able Dogs over
Jdn't know which way to sions. Middleweight Chi c o Local Navy officials are tryinrto
ve". Brown, Donaldson, AFB, bowed work out a suitable solution. Tennis: Navy vs FSU, Boone the Grocers; A/C Maint "A" over
Goers Wood Choppers over
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1OSSETTE reached the finals TO UMPIRE? [Dental; Grounders over the
decisioning Dick McManus of Dudes; FAETU "A" over Un-

arlotte and Grant Downing of A meeting has been arranged touchables and Marines "A" over

eveland. His record now is 37- for the selection of soft- Dispensary.

ball umpires next Monday
Brady, who has been declarede March 20, 1130, at the Main- Continental League action saw
no shut outs, but the Raiders and
amateur boxer in Jaxe side Gym.
I Pins along with the
the Scatter ,
} past two years, won his 126-
SOFTBALL well as the Spartans and VP-30

6ND Boxing Meet FRIDAYA "A" shared 2-2 ties; the Scope

Softball organizational Dopes whipped the Pen Queens
Set Mar. 22-25 meeting will be held tomor- *:,....'' 3-1; A/C Maint "B" downed the

Jax Navy's strong mitt row, March 17, at 0930 at the ,'";' ": N. Paymasters 3-1; the SlaughterHouse

squad, which brought Jackson- Mainside Gym. Team repre- : Five chopped Neversails
ville the Eastern Golden sentatives from all interested '::/'l 3-1; FAW-11 Gold outrolled A/C

Gloves crown, will compete teams are urged at attend. ( Haint "C" 3-1; and Army ADA

against the best in the Sixth j' beat the Marines "B" 3-1.

Naval District in the 6ND Prospective employer: "You say, rt On National League night,

Boxing Tourney slated for sir, that you were at your last MAD Foxes outbowled the Trojans -

King Hall March 22-25. place for 23 years? Why did you *. y 4-0, and the Air Force 679th

Heading the squad will be leave?" tilted the Pin Splitters 4-0 for

heavyweight J i m Rossette, Prospective employee: "I was he only shutouts; Hawks and

featherweight Pat Brady, paroled." "AW-II Blue plus the Rolling

lightweight Landy Dove, and Pins and the Pan Handlers shared2

bantamweight Tony Elumba. Joe: "What does your wife say scores; the Vagabonds defeatd -

The number or list of other when you stay out this late?" ANOTHER HOSPITAL WIN-This looks like a free ball Disbursing "B" 3-1; the Phantoms -

teams entered in the tourney Moe "I'm not married." but it's actually a bounce pass from Hospital's John Halley overshadowed the FireCrackers
were not available at : (left) to teammate Bob Jacobsmeyer. Jim Belisario of NARTU 3-1; and O & R buzzed
press Joe: "Then why do you stay attempts to intervene. Hospital stopped NARTU in this Main- 3-1.
time. he Electrons
out this late?" side intramural tilt, 5736.


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Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 16 March

J f Waves Have Opportunity Ray AE-A Is HonormanAt SchoolPvt.

John R. Tay, of Wallington -

I [ To Become Navy NurseBeing N.J., was graduated as honor-
man of the Aviation Electrician'sMate

in the Navy and being a nurse has always gone hand in Class "A" School last Friday -
i f hand for many ambitious women and now there is a chance for an at the Naval Air Technical

Naval enlisted Reserve.woman to become an ,officer in the Nurse Corps of the d\\ : Training Unit.

Any enlisted woman in the Candidate Hospitalmen in Pay } Pvt. Tay has been transferredto
Grade E-3. New River, N.C. for duty.
Navy in any rate and rating may:
will be enrolled in civilian
They -
apply for Nursing Education Pro-:
gram (BUPERS 1120.27C) if cer-! schools of nursing and or- NAS Anacostia Due
dered to active duty which will
tain qualifications are met.
INTERESTED ENLISTED wo- continue during period of instruc- $ $ To Close' Its GatesNaval
tion required to attain a bacca-
;, men must be unmarried at time laureate degree in nursing. Air Station, Anacostia,

of appication and agree not to request TUITION AND FEES will be the nation's capital's first military -

discharge by reason of mar- paid by the Navy and candidateswill *a a airfield, has seen its last

riage during the period of train- draw basic pay and allow- scheduled jet aircraft take off.

ing or active duty obligation. ances for quarters and subsis- The historic airfield will short-

r Applicants must be high school tence. Also, they will be reim- ___ YyJ ly close its gates and move to
graduates with academic stand- bursed not to exceed $50 per fis- Andrews Air Force Base a few
in half of her Y a: miles away.Adm .
ing upper graduat-: cal year for textbook costs.
ing class or have standard score Even though applications may _

of 50 or above on each of five I be submitted at any time, it is ; Craig

tests in high school GED test preferable that they reach .
PINNED FOR SERVICE (Continued from Page)
battery. Also included is satis- BUPERS by Jan. 1 and July 1 of -
Beaming proudly alter having
factory college entrance require- each ,year. 13 At Public Works received their 30-year federal I Admiral Carson, born in En-
ments. All enlisted women wantingan service pins are Overhaul and
niskillan, County Ulster, Ireland,
and Repair Department em-
Double Plankers
Enlisted women of Regular education in nursing and com-
ployees Charles Farrell (second was graduated from the Naval
Navy or Naval Reserve on active missioning in Nurse Corps of Presentation of 20-year fed- from left) and Herman BabbeL Academy in June 1925. In May
duty must have been on active Naval Reserve wanting addi- Capt. James R. Reedy (left), '
was designated naval
eral service pins are an almost
duty for a minimum of one year tional information information of commanding officer of NAS
daily occurrence, but one such Jax, presented the pins in aviator, and for action during
prior to application. Nursing Education Program ceremony here at NAS Jax ceremonies in his office. World War 11 he was awardedthe
SELECTED APPLICANTS will should look into program im-
Cross of Merit
last Friday was unique. Navy Legion
be discharged from present en- mediately at NAS Jax Career with gold and bronze stars, each
listments and reenlisted in Naval Information and Education Of- When Capt. Henry Etter, 30-Year Pins with a combat "V" and a com-

Reserve for six years as Officer fice, Building 955. Public Works Officer, had pre- I mendation ribbon. He also holdt
sented 20 year pins to 22 of To Farrell Presidential Unit citation with

"his departmental employees, two stars.Admiral.
ET it was discovered that 13 of BabbelofO&R Carson will be relievedof

1 them had not only put in their his Philippine command by

20 years here at the Station Last Friday two employees of Rear Adm. David Welsh, now

: but had been employed in the Overhaul and Repair Departmentwere i Chieh of Naval Air Technical

%:: same department all that time. presented 30-year federal Training in Memphis, Tenn.

Which makes them plank- service pins in ceremonies in the

plank owners as far as Public office of Capt. James R. Reedy, .
} Y
:.3 Yf Y
Works is concerned. commanding officer.
tYLf: S
w This group of employees include The Incentive Awards Programof

v-F r Otis J. Gamble, WillieF. the Civil Service Commission 9: tr'1
Gordon Arthur L. Jenkins, provides for recognition of em-

Edward C. Lahay, James D. ployees who have rendered long

Moore, Ernest E. Pennington, I and faithful service to the Federa' ,':; : ;, >

John R. Rocha, David B. Sar- government. k4

jeant, Napoleon F. Sellers, Herman A. Babbel received the .' 4
coveted anchor type emblem for
Nathaniel R. Taylor, Leonard
over 21 years Navy duty, over
Thompson, Raymond A. Ward, ,
three years civilian duty at Pa- ,
and William H. White. tuxent River, Md., and over four
civilian here at NAS ,; :i
Also awarded 20-year pins years
'::: ., .
were James Callahan Charlie Jax.A :' tl
30-year pin was also presented ,
Ilenke, .James Sumpter, De- Farrell ","' ,
to Charles R. for over '

; Vaughn Chason, David Mor- 18 years Army duty; almost one ., frvyVVjtt ",c, '!
: 1?: =. = civil service with Vererans' \*'
; :;; ton, Joseph Elton year
_. .,.>...w a+. -._...... ..
QUEEN BEE-Machiko Kunimolo, shown here with her Cashwell, Laurie Rosenburgand Administration and over 11 years 1',"""

husband Stanley Kunimolo. UTI of Public Works at NAS George Watts.Hospital civilian service here aboard the ''',''',
Cecil Field, was chosen to reign as Queen of the Seabees 19th Station.a .
anniversary ball held at Bluejackets Inn March 6. All seabees
and members of the Navy Civil Engineer Corps, their wives '
friends and guests celebrated the occasion. Guest of honor was Braves
Fleet.Capt. Jule Tate, Commander Construction Battalion Atlantic vs f. \

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I Redlegs, vs Braves; Jn Crucial IM EncounterThe ;'.1=

IIEIFor; I II I flag race in the Mainside ,{
Athletics vs Tigers/ intramural basketball league is split, with a win over Dispen- s
56-26, and a loss at the i
Sale The Jacksonille Jets of the ClassA getting as tight as a tick as the sary,

Lakethore bdrm, bath, equity on very Sally League are bringing two end of, the campaign nears, with 5142.In .
good terms; Comdr. H. Stang, EV 8-4375. major league exhibition" gamesto Hospital still holding sway witha remaining action the Ma- .+" a" 4u
For Rent the Jax Baseball Park in April. 14-1 record. nires edged Boathouse, 52-51;
furn-3 bdrmi, repaint in & out,, $110;
EV 7-3077. On April 5 at 1400 the Cincin- The Medics face an acid test Admen pulled a big upset in s ,

Gar Apt-furn, 1 bdrm, kit, liv-dm rm, nati Redlegs tangle with the Mil- tonight at 2000 when they face dropping VP-30, 56-55;' ComfairJax -
elce kit, $65; EV 73077. waukee Braves; and on April 9 VAP-62's Braves who sport a trimmed O&R, 59-46; VA-44
Murray Hill-mod Duplex apt, 2 bdrm, at 1330 the Kansas City Athletics : 10-2 record. The Braves could squeaked by FAETU, 66-64; and
kit equip G. E. Norris, RA 4-5998.
; battle with the Detroit the 679th Air Force routed the
Farm or Suburban Home-have orders throw the whole thing into a +
& mutt leave on or about April 1, rentingmy Tigers. i three-way tie if they defeat Hos- Dispensary, 64-32. FANCY PANTS .
3-acre farm; home hat 3 bdrmt & Tickets sale at the Fa is behind witha -Eye-catch-
are now on pital. tu right STANDINGS ing Gussie Moran heads for a
bath, avail on 2) yr lease; $125 per mo;
Ball Park and Tourest and Con-
12-2 mark. costume ball with her matchingset
C. B. Council, EV 91129.A Hospital 14 1
vention Bureau. For reservationscall of gold lace panties and
Hospital added to its hold
on FAETU 12 2
gold lace boots. This wowgirl.
mountaineer brought in a EL 3-4307. top spot with two impressive VAP-62 Braves 10 2 cowgirl gained internationalfame

young man to the town doctor. victories in last week's action. VP-30 11 3 by wearing lacey pantson
"Doc, fix up my son-in-law," Sue: "I believe my husband is The Corpsmen blasted Operations Marines 12 4 the tennis courts of the

said the mountaineer. "I shot him the most generous man in the Boathouse, 80-47 and took the Administration 10 5 world.

in the leg yesterday and lamed world." measure of NARTU, 57-36. VP-18 7 5

him." Lou: "How come?" VAP-62 Braves kept pace with Air Force 679th 7 7 NARTU 5 10

Said the Doc: "Shame on you, Sue: "I gave him a dozen neck- two victories, a 78-67 triumphover Operations 9 1C ComFairJax 3 10

shooting your own son-in-law." ties for Christmas and he took O&R and a 63-39 drubbingof VA-44 7, 8 VAP-62 Warriors 3 11

Said the old fellow: lie warn't them right down and give, themto NARTU. Ops Boathouse 6 7 O&R 3 11

my son-in-law when I shot him."I the Salvation Army." The Warriors of VAP-62 had A/C Maint. 6 9 Dispensary 0 15