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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 4, 1961
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Military Personnel May Be Banned From Outside Jobsresident


ee .
Kennedy is contemplating -
weekends, but it is believed. to be to prevent servicemen from work that some servicemen hold out- hire or otherwise, if the pursuit,
an order banning all out- ,
considerable. ing in areas of chronic unemployment jobs because they need the business or performance inter-
side
employment for officers and
PRESIDENT Kennedy is bas- if he wants to, the report money.. feres with the customary or regu-
enlisted Armed
men of the Serv-
ing his order, if it is issued, on an says. He can also prevent officers THE LAWS WHICH can restrict lar employment of local civiliansin
ices, the Navy Times reportedthis
old statute that prevents service from taking extra jobs, if the out- civilian employment by enlistedmen their art, trade or profession."

week. men from engaging in civilian I side work interferes with military read: According to the Navy Times,
The Times reported that
a
business if it interferes with local; assignment.There "No enlisted members of the there has been talk of; restricting
tentative order has already been
civilian employment.Does are no plans to ban wives (name of service) on active duty outside part-time workpopularly -
drafted and the armed servicesare '
the President have the'of military personnel from work- may be ordered or permitted to known as "moonlighting",
being asked for an opinion.
authority to issue the order Ac-. ing, it is reported. But if surveys leave his post to engage in a civi- among civilian employees of the
ACCORDING to the
report, a
cording to the best legal opinion showed many wives working, lian pursuit, business or performance government. As yet no orders
reliable source declared that the
the President has clear authority this could offset the argument in civil life, for emolument, on this have been issued.
order was designed chiefly as an I

economy measure to help areas
of It I u
heavy unemployment. was

not yet determined whether it

would apply to all areas or onlyto 1

those where there are unem-

ployment problems.No J1)X)

figures are available on just

how many military personnelhold .

part-time jobs at night or on




Patron 18' Vol. 19 No. 1 U. S. NAS Jacksonville, Fla. 6 April 1961

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Crew FiveIs .10 Es Tallied


.? BV VA-165 In

PerfectPlane *,:.. t
Ji Ic
,
Crew Five of Patrol First CompexJacksonville's
Squadron 18 at NAS Jax

achieved the goal of all pa-

trol squadron crews for se- newest

cond year in a row. : squadron, Attack Squadron
Comdr. L. L. Miller and his 165, commissioned here at

crew again obtained 100 percenton NAS Jax last September,

all nine phases of the annual came through its first com-

Navywide Competitive and Quali- f petitive exercises with flying

fication Exercises. The crew per- .w Y figY colors.

formed all phases of anti-sub- With nine pilots presently on

marine warfare duties perfectly board, out of a total of 21 orderedfor

while competing against all pa- duty, the squadron compexed

trol squadrons on the East Coast. + in strafing and minimum altitude

In effect, this represents 18 bombing, receiving 10 Navy E*

straight marks of 100 percent. h for Excellence, out of a possible

Cmdr. Miller said that "the \\tJ\ ; 18. There were also six qualifyingscores

crew's outstanding record has leaving only two non-
SCORE 100 PERCENT AGAIN-For the second straight year Plane Crew Five of Patrol
only been achieved through many qualifying scored out of the 18
Squadron 18 at NAS Jax chalked up 100 percent on all nine phases of the annual Navywide
long and diligent hours of train- Competitive and Qualification Exercises. The crew performed all phases of ASW duties perfectly possible.The .
ing, both on the ground and in the while competing against all patrol squadrons on the East Coast. Members of the crew are front exercises were held on
air. We have been working together row (left to right) Lt (Jg) V.' E. Arvin navigator Comdr. L. L. Miller, patrol plane commander March 30. Pilots attribute muchof
and Lt. L. C. Beck co-pilot. Back row (left to right) J. A. Gilkerson. ATRAN: D. D. Culberson. -
as a team many months ANT3 R. E. While. AT2j R. V. Murphy. AN: L. J. Axtell. ADR3 W. C. Hendrix, ADR2 E. L. their success to the outstand-
and the training has paid off." Prince. AO3 and R. D. Miller. ATN3. Missing from the photo are Ltjg( ) W. T. Boguslawski. ing effort and cooperation of all

Skipper of VP-18, Cmdr. R. A. navigator and B. R. Wood. AT2. squadron personnel.

Sampson, declared that the entire You Can Take A Bus ToSunday's VA-165 flies the propdrivenAD'
FAW-ll command was pullingfor "the workhorse of
Enlisted Service RecordsTo Skyraider,
Crew Five. "This is somethingthat Air ShowFree the fleet. With eight aircraft and
all plane crews strive form bus transportation will
nine pilots the squadron flew a
but few achieve", Cmdr. Sampson be provided for those person-
total of 479 hours for the monthof
said. "Crew Five has set an Undergo FaceLiftingAn nel who are planning to attend March. Cmdr. Carl Yeagle,

enviable goal for every crew in the Air Show at Herlong squadron skipper, voiced a "well

the squadron. My heartiest con- old friend with a new name, the well known Con- Field Sunday. done" to all hands.
gratulations to Cmdr. Miller and tinuous Service Certificate of World War II days, has foundits The Navy buses will leave

officers and men of Crew Five", way back into the naval enlisted service records.As the Main Administration vice Information office, by

Comdr. Sampson added. the result of a study con- -Page 13, Administrative Remarks.The Building at 1130 and 1300. 1200 Friday, the number of
ducted by the Bureau of Naval Division officers are regucsted personnel desiring to ride on
.
} 'lfY, G "? ; Yra.+',R wi o unra: ; : oar Continuous Service Certi-
raqlyr.r to to the NAS Ser- each bus. See
Personnel many changes are to pass on ( Story Page 4)
ficate of World War 11 will now
be made to the enlisted service ..., ....
be known as the History of As- Y ::!r' Yr: .MObt9Y 4+wY M'w w W y M w .S Sq w.

records. signment and will. be the new .' .,-> ,..'. '. ,...,. .
THE PRESENT page five, Gun- page five.OTHER. ; ,.:.. .. '. '.' 10.
nery Record will be discontinuedand

necesary entries permanentlyput ENLISTED service-

there will be recorded on record page changes which will
come in the near future includea

Annual InspectionSet revised Administrative Remarks r:
page, a revamped Navy Occupation Y S : r

For NATTUNaval and Training History page

and a new Transfers and Receipts
Air Technical Train-
page.
ing Unit at NAS Jax will
undergo its annual adminis- Besides showing asisgnmentsover

trative-material. inspectionnext a man's career, the new page 1
week. 5 will be used to record reenlist-

bonus information, so that
Rear Adm. D. J. Welsh, ment :
payments for reenlistments or extensions ; ,
Chief of Naval Air Technical
can be more easily made. .,..
Training, and his inspecting
FOREIGN HONOR STUDENTS-Capt. James J. Davis Jr.
party will arrive from NAS NAS Personnel Office has the (right) NAS Jax Supply Officer, congratulates Lcdr. Junji
Memphis, Monday, for a three- new page five's on order but they Ohkawa of the Japanese Navy who was rated as top studentin
.""'" day inspection.The have not been received as yet. the group of 20 foreign officers of ten allied nations who
TO INSPECT Rear Adm.D. completed a three week course of Navy supply procedures at
J. Welsh, Chief of Naval three-day inspectionwill NAS Jax last Friday. Ohkawa won the honors with a gradeof
Air Technical Training will cover all office spaces, 98, while Lt. Fritz Herman Royal Netherlands Navy (second -
head an inspection team that and barracks and a person- $3.90See from left) was second with a score of 96. At left is Lcdr.A. .
who heads the Allied Naval Supply Training Pro-
will arrive Monday for the nel inspection in ranks I Canalefo.
annual administrativematerialinspection on gram at the Navy Supply Corps School Athens Ga. where the
of NATTU Jax. April 12. ( Page Two) foreign officers began their studies.




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JAX AIR NEWS Aprilll%
Pag* 2 -


Two Reunions Slated CIVIL SERVICENews



1 d -5 For Members Yorktown of the USS Vets Yorktown In Review II


IUS, ........... Association, Inc., are notified of I'" - I
Cap James. K.Cwndr. Reedy CommandIng Officer their reunions two of which are There is quite a bit of Federal downgraded for

Robert N* oft Executive Officer planned for 1961. The East Coast employee 1 legislation pending, od. Classified, a twnpert
MAl SU| Pled. Air Jecka..d11. employe
Rear Adm. Kenneth CraigC Com mandsr reunion will be held at the Bel- with a good many of those meas- have this protection. already

pt. Griyiton H. W.. Chief of Staff, Fairfax mont Plaza in New York City ure affecting government workers
Capt. Nelson M. Head -_ Clef of Staff, NAB Six June 2-4. The following weekend, standing a good chance of being 6. Liberalizing cash payments
Fleet Air Wtof Elevefl still others on promotions for clay! ,+
be and med
the West Coast reunion will passed this year em.
Capt. Ranfro Turner, jr. ____ Comm.nderCapt. ployees.
Murlln W. Alley Chief St.ff Officer held at the Lafayette Hotel in with not much chance.

Naval l Air Technical Training Unit Long Beach, Calif., with the air- Bills that have come chance of i 7. Correcting some iniquities
Capt. Robert J. Fleming Commending Officer\
in the health insurance
Comdr Marion K. Smith Executive Officer craft carrier USS Yorktown as passage this year include: program,
Naval Hospital the main attraction at Terminal, 1. Increasing present $12-a-day such, as charging married women

Cap William L Engelmen, Commanding Officer\ Island. Association members are travel allowance for with nondependent husbands
Capt. John 0. Feder __ Executive Officer\ maximum
NARTU welcome to attend both reunions. government employees to $15 or higher premiums than other em-

Capt. F. H. Holt Commanding Officer\ Interested parties may contact $16. ployes.
Comdr. Willlim M. MIller Executive Officer
James T. Bryan Jr., Frank P. 2. Relieving employees of lia- 8. Increasing annuities for retired -

Printed cemmerdellwith non-epproprteted funds In Jaduonvllla, Florida at no Hall & Co., Inc., 67 Wall St., New bility in civil suits arising from Federal workers
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958
York N.Y. for East Coast reunion driving 9. Protecting survivorship
5 while
accidents govern- bene-
Distributed free ef charge to mlllUry end civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jackaonvilla,
Nayal) Air Station. Navel Air Technical Training Unit. Fleet Air Wing 11, Navel Air information, while Larry ment vehicles or their own cars fits for families of short-term

Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital. Raymond, Larry Raymond Ct., on federal business. government employees who die
Service Information Officer .... Cemdr. Alex N. Mclnnli jr.
Assistant Service Information Officer Andrew' H. PUney 959 Crenshaw Blvd., Los Angeles 3. Amending the Hiss Act, 10. Liberalizing longevity pay

Feature Editor-Mae Spencer, JOlj Staff Reporters-Sandy Martinson,. JOSN; 19, Calif., is organizing the West which now denies annuities to provisions for postal workers
Ralph Bailey, AA. Photographer-Joy Beccarl, PH2. convicted of felo-
employees any 11. Increasing retirement bene-
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and International Coast reunion.
Councils of Industrial Editors. nies. fits for hazardous jobs.

The Jax Air News It e member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material ALL WEEK FOR 4. Increasing the present life insurance -
Bills that
are figured not
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographsunless coverage under the gov- to
otherwise credited, ere official U. S. Navy Photographs. ernment employee life insurance stand much of a chance of being
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone exteoelons $3.90See enacted this year, include.
9\64, 656, 272 or 116. program.
5. Protection against salary cuts 1. Optional retirement after 30

When Buying On Time ( Page 4)) for postal workers whose jobs are years regardless of service of age.on full annuities


2. Increasing the basic com-

Wat ch. 'o .Do u b l Talk putation government factors employees'in determining annuities.


Buying things "on time" can be convenient and provide,many 3. Liberalized longevity pay.

necessities otherwise out of reach; but if not done wisely the resultscan benefits for classified workers.

be frustrating and perhaps disastrous. 4. Use of sick leave accumula-

Top level experts, economic and legal, understand this. tion for larger retirement annui-

Trouble is some people who use ties.
credit don't.The just because your neighbor or
friend had "exactly what you y 5. Any pay adjustment for clas-
lure of easy credit and :
want." Well, multiply all of those sified and postal employees.
lack of judgment motivates peopleto
buy all kinds of goods whether urges by actually signing on the 6. Shorter work week.
dotted line and headed for '
you're
r e e e
needed
actually or not, although S
it is recognized that if done wisely trouble. New or revised classification

credit buying can be a great bene- Being in the Armed Forces you ''iM1Iiiii standards have been issued for
have fixed income mil-
a just as
fit. I. 23 more categories of govern
lions of other
wage earners.
YOU'VE PROBABLY ment jobs involving more than
experienced
If you decide to take the "bull
an urge for a new car, 58,000 federal employees.
by the horns" and buy that new
new furniture or new appliancesEI car without considering other Twelve of the newly completed

monthly obligations, you may standards are for positions not

suddenly wake up to find the"outgo" previously covered. They include -

: : outdistancing the "in : hospital housekeeping

come." manager, agricultural market reporter -

AS ONE ECONOMIST put it: mathematics technician..
FOR SALE Like drawing nine to t. travel clerk rate spe-
Avondale Area-2 bdrm. bungalow, a' an ace- ,., passenger
I, S Montgomery, EV 86601. high straight in a poker game L:.'.,. cialist, laundry and drying clean

3 Bdrm. Home,-2 bath, swimming pool, It won't stretch. CITED FOR EFFORTS-Selected as the outstanding em- ing plant manager, writer and

$21.000; Cappy Moore, fL 92671. According to statistics consumer ployees at Public Works Department of NAS for the monthof editor, industrial specialist, math-
CB Home-3 bdrm., M., Calhoun, EV March were C. D. Bugg, utilities designer
4-7330. i credit has been going up at a division; W. H. Alexander, ematical statistician, clothing
engineering division: and Estill Sandage, maintenance division, ma-
Brick Home-3 bdrm., 2 yrs. old, equity, startling rate and a nationally (left to right, seated)., They are shown chatting with Capt. electric accounting
J. t, Fredomberger, EV 8-8809, EV 8-7931. known bankruptcy referee recently Henry Elter, Public Works Officer, during an informal coffee chine project planner and inter-
1952 Trailer-32', $250 equity, assume noted: held in his office. The Department each month selects em- disciplinary profesional positions.The .
pymts; A. G. Black, PO.....930. ployees whose work has been Judged outstanding.
Murray Hill-2 bdrm., kit. equip., CB, ". A new generation of young other 11 are revisions of

$65 per mo.; Otil Smith EV 75122. people are coming along with a previously existing standards for

Cedar Hills-$800 equity for $400, will 'built-in appetite for luxuries' Green Cove Base One the following occupations: accountant

consider taking most of down pymt. on who will not only buy necessary agronomist, appraiserand
second mtg.; Mrs. Nan Driver, EV 94927.By .lid.
Owner-3 bdrm., GI financed, low household appliances, but tele- assessor, cartographic

down pymt. & take over mtg.; H. P. vision sets, autos, house trailers Of 52 Due To Close plant quarantine inspector, book-
Rodriguez, SP 1.1263. and above all, motor boats. keeping machine operator, engineering

FOR RENT There is no complete solution, calculating
Green Cove Springs Naval Station technician,
now headquarters
Mother Hubbard Drive-Room,
bath, entr. & phone, $9.00; Kay Knudsen prl., he declared, because the average for the Florida Group, Atlantic Reserve Fleet, will be closed machine operator, statistician
consumer does not bother to down as of June 30 1962 the adviser and customs in-
SP 1-3110 after 1700, anytime Sundays Defense Department has an- patent ,
& Mondays.Furn figure interest or budget his purchases nounced.The spector.

Apt.-2 bdrm.; EV 71094. according to his income. announcement of the I

Normandy Village bdrm. home, 2 UNHAPPILY, that is only one target date for the closing of the to the facility's diminishing importance military personnel.

EV bath 92575., $100 per mo.; Capt. E. L. Dickion, facet of the story. Military legal Green Cove base was contained ina to the nation's defense Today Green Cove has 231

Furn. Apt.-2 bdrm., both, Fredna assistance officers point out that report last week that the De- program. ships, about 400 military per-

Hanks, EV 9-0291.) each individual serviceman has fense Department would shut PRIME FUNCTION of the base sonnel and employs 325 civilians.

Modern Furniihed-2 bdrm. trailer on the responsibility to keep his per- down 52 military bases in 25 has been to keep a variety of The station has an annual civilian

priv. lot; louis King, SP 13779.. sonal and financial affairs in good states over the next three years. small ships in reserve for use by payroll of $1,776,500 and '\
Furn.-2 bdrm. home-Carport; Inquire order and to incur only those the U.S. or friendly nations. of $4
The Navy personnel payroll
8601 Roosevelt Blvd. AT THE SAME time the De-
obligations he can meet accordingto base, which is
Furn. Apt.-1 bdrm. $70 W. Jax, 2939 parment said it would also close popularly known as 200,000.
Wickwire Road; EV 87320. income and ability to pay. down 21 U.S. overseas bases located the home of the "Mothball Fleet", MOST OF THE 231 ships will!

Compo Furnished-Trailer, 1 bdrm.; $65 The serviceman who becomes in eight countries. was first established as an aux-, be reberthed at Orange, Texas
per mo.; Mrs. M. Howard, SP 1.2266,, over-extended and who cannot iliary air field to NAS Jax in Some will be
and Norfolk Va.
,
SP 13211. his lawful debts become The action was decreed by 1941.
pay as they In 1943 it became obso-
Orange Park-2 bdrm. trailer, 1869 President Kennedy to a full disposed of as excess and
due, loses his credit, em- eliminate fledged
Kingsley Ave.; Gerald Frye, CO 49685. naval station and was lete. Military personnel will be
barrases himself and his family "unneeded facilities" despite the
converted '
THIS 'N' THAT to its present status in to other
transferred gradually
Riders Wanted-To Daytona Sat at and many reflect discredit on the resistance of special interests. 1945. civilian
bases. As of the 325
0900, return Sun. et 1600; Don Biddle, Armed Forces in his community.As The decision to close the Naval During it many be
heyday, Green Cove possibile will
Ext. 8321. employees as
one saying goes: It's no joketo Station at Green Cove Springscame berthed
Ride Wanted-To West Coast, Calif., as many as 700 ships, placed in other jobs with the gov-
for broke. as no surprise because it had
around 8, share & go employed close to de-
on or April expen. 1,000 civiliansand ernment during the 15-month
(To Be Continued) been expected for some time due
driv.; SfC Henry Warrick, EV 92354. : housed upwards of 5,000 activitation period.






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6 April 1961 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3


FCC To Conduct I 4FV

Behind Every Pilot There'sA ,

Operator ExamsA


eral representative Communications of the Commis-Fed- N s Parachute RiggerThere j


sion, Miami, Fla., will conduct I

commercial operator and Ama- is an old saying in naval aviation that says "be-

teur Extra and General Class ind every pilot there is a pan.achute rigger."

operator examinations in Jack- Here at NAS Jax, some 13 para-
fications to pilots helmets. Cloth-
sonville, Florida on Friday, April chute riggers maintain life sav- ing and survival bulletins
are received -
ing gear for NAS and Fleet Air
21.The Jax and other periodically from the
pilots. Squadrons
Examinations will be held Bureau of
in the National : units use the same equipment for Weapons instructing
Guard Armoryat riggers in the lastest modifica-
chutes in the NAS Para-
the Corner of State and Mar packing
tions for the helmets.
ket Streets, Jacksonville. ;..k chute Loft in Building 148,

Commercial examinations will but provide their own 'riggers.The UNTIL RECENTLY riggerswere

loft is under the control of also responsible for servic-
begin at 0830, amateur examina-
tions will begin at 1000. the Aircraft Maintenance Depart- ing jets with liquid oxygen. Now

ment of the Station. they only overhaul the oxygen
Applications for examinations
carts and repair the
oxygen regu-
should notify the Federal Com- PACKING AND ..caring for I
lators. The
actual servicing of the
mucation Commission, P. O. Box parachutes has always been the I
planes has been made a part of
150, Miami, Fla. prior to the examination x.rat ( main job of the rigger. Now with
the
aviation metalsmith rating.
date in order that proper advances in aviation they have

application forms may be for- additional tasks of maintaining

warded for execution. These flight clothing, life jackets and FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION

forms should be completed and rafts, oxygen breathing equip-

mailed back to the Federal Com-
ment, air-sea rescue equipmentand
munications Commission before
modifying pilot's helmets.At All directors are urged to be
April 14, 1961.Applicants HANDLE WITH CARE-That could be the motto followedby at the April 12 meeting of Yukon

who do not have R. W. Nicholson. PR2. of the NAS Parachute Loft, as he present, the NAS riggers, Branch 126 at 1930 at the Meet-

sufficient time to return their application makes one of six modifications to a pilot's helmet. Helmets supervised by J S. Williams,
Hall
forms to the Miami office are taken care of by the chute riggers as part of their task of ing 4530 120th St. opposite
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maintaining survival equipment for aviators. PRC, are busy making six modi- I NAS Jax.
should present their applica- ---- --
Plans will be made for the
annual -
tion forms to the examining officer -
spaghetti to be heldat
at the time of the examina- BREEZESA supper
the Riverside Lions Club, 1240
tion. young candidate for a com-
South McDuff Ave., April 22, 1700
Applicants now holding opera- mission was given a general
to 2000. Public is invited. Ticketsare
tor licenses but who are applyingfor knowledge test by a Navy board.
now available from membersof
higher grade or different class
,
"What kind of animals eat Branch and Unit 126 for $1.00
should submit such licenses with
grass?" asked a member of the donation; children half price.
their application.
board. Plans will also be made for
Conditional Class amateurs appearing (
"Operation Red, White, and
for the General Class The candidate fidgeted and "

examination and failing same are stared out the window, but said Blue.

permitted to retain their Con- nothing. The question was repeated The Fleet Reserve Associationis

ditional Class licenses. but he still remained by far the largest organizationof

--. dumb. it kind in the world, with a

Project Mohole Seeks "Surely said one of the examiners membership of 50,000 career
Marine The important
.z Navy, men. most -
kindly, "you can answera s
Oceanographic Data simple question like that. I $ single factor in FRA's

Information about the earth as will repeat it again. 'What kindof growth since 1922 undoubtedlyhas

it existed 100 million years ago animals eat grass?'" been the loyal support of

may be derived from cores obtained shipmates. They have paid their

during test drill operations "Animals! gasped the boy. "I 8 dollars dues year in and year
"
soon to begin in the sea off thought you said .'admirals. out. They have got others to do
*
Guadalupe Island, Mexico as part the same. You can help, by seeingto
of project Mohole. "Tommy," whispered the wom- it personally that someone you

an to her young son, busily play- t know becomes each
The Navy is supporting the pro- a shipmate
ing with his collection of tin 'CHUTE LOCKER-To get a better perspective of this month
in of vital by making sure own
gram hopes getting your
soldiers grandfather is photo, you'll have to hold it up over your head or lay on your
"your
oceanographic data. Cores whichare dues don't lapse Get a new mem-
back as the photographer did. It's a shot looking upward into
samples of material depositedon very sick. It would be nice if you the dry locker at the NAS Parachute Loft where all parachutesare ber today.

the ocean floor since prehis- go in and cheer him up a little." hung to be aired. They remain this way for 24 hours and We welcome back from Leader-
then are dropped and repacked. Some 250 parachutes are pack.
toric times, provide the Navy with Tommy deliberated a moment, ed monthly by the NAS riggers. ship School our vice-president,

the most valuable source of information then tiptoed into the old gentle- Walter H. Johnson.

of the ocean, its cur- man's bedroom. The new classes at NATTU Jax
MC Due More
rents, temperatures, life and "Grandpa," he said solicitously, Navy, AO-B school Class 61-14 and AE-

chemistry, The test will take would you like to have my sold- B School Classes 61-14 and 61-16

place in water 12,000 feet deep. I iers at your funeral?" Promotions To E-8, 9 20 will meeting.For be honor. guests at the April


Information and Marines officialsto further information con-
given by Navy Corps

"tNy I Congress during the recent budget hearings indicates tact Lowell Lorbeer, EV 4-5708 or

that promotion chances for_E-8 and E-9 will be very good. Walter H. Johnson, EV 4-6635 or

: H..d Vice Adm. W. R. Smedberg III, ext. 8433.

}? }}.S d ;,x A Sw Chief of Naval Personnel, gave cal year. The new 50 Star Flag is now
y' ry.w may:: The Marine budget figures who available at the N.X. for $5.50.
$ '' +.x7t?abt frF Y. % figures to Congress that show,
c-rf+;s ::c", %; :: kfb':: /
planning for increases all the
way Fly flag with pride.
that the Navy plans to have an your
down the line, except in basic re-! .
,,i average of 744 more 2489 more
E-8s during fiscal year beginning cruits. The planning calls for increases The April meeting of Branch'

July 1.THE. of 309 in E-7, of 634 in 91, Fleet Reserve Asn., will be

E-6, 488 in E-5, 133 in E-4, 1729 held tonight, Thursday, at 2000at

SAME tendency was in E-3 and 357 in E-2. the FRA Club, Roosevelt

shown in the figures submittedby A DECREASE is seen of 3418 Blvd., Orange Park. Free brewed

: the Marine Corps. Corps offi- E-7s, which more than offsets the beverages will be served.

cials told House Appropriations I increases in the two higher grades All members are requested to

Committee members the Marines I The number of E-6s will also
attend and bring a friend as a
plan to have 201 more E-9s and drop, 1494 in the 1962 planning prospective member.

tvI'r 277 more E-8s in the '62 fiscal figures. There will be 4297 more

year than during the current fis- E-5s
4688 more E-4s and 3093
Chaplain To Deliver
additional E-3s according to the
.
+iJY :v.' : r
:ryYH Sfyryy,
dp + Navy Launched First budget figures. E-2s will drop Baseball Sermon

'gMASTER Guided MissilesThe 4575 and there will be 6630 fewer Chaplain Charles Beatty, Sen-

E-ls. ior Protestant Chaplain, will

first guided missiles ever These figures are man-year preach his annual baseball ser-

CHIEF MAKES LTJG-P. F. Dougard. Master launched by ,the U.S. in wartimeand averages. They cannot be applied mon at Protestant services at 0930
Machinist's Male is congratulated by Capt. M. W.
Chief Aviation against an enemy were Navy directly to promotion estimates in All Saints Chapel next Sun-
Alley (left) Chief Staff Officer of Fleet Air Wing Eleven
upon his selection for lieutenant junior grade under the new weapons. They were small drone since they show only the expected day, April 9.

LDO program for chief petty officers. Dougard will leave soon airplanes, each carrying a 2,000- average number in each pay Members of the Jax Navy

for officer indoctrination course at Pensacola where he will pound bomb. They were used in grade. But the increases do mean Little League are especially invited
him by the CPOs of the FAW-11
hat
presented
don his new
the Pacific in 1943-44. more promotions. to attend.
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Air Show SundayTo

Report Shows 1960 Was Wet, Cold, Hot Feature Stunts

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A recently released reporton was 59.45 inches as comparedto it dipped to 24. uecemuei woo

"Local Climatological Data" the annual average of 51.30. the coldest month of the year Static DisplaysHerlong

for 1960 by the Weather Office July was the wettest month with an average temperatureof Field will be the scene

of at NAS Jax, provides a the warmest, Sunday of an action-packed Air
1. What is the "Benjamin with 16.21 inches, w h 11 eNovember's 50. July was
a family? good picture of the weatherin I with an average temperatureof Show, featuring a two-hour pro-
was
2. What is a hypotenuse? the Jacksonville area. precipitation 83, slightly over August gram of aerial acts topped by Mel

3.What is a defeasible contract? The report shows that 1960 lowest with .11 of an inch. which had 82. Robinson's United Mr Revue.

4. What is the highest city in was a wetter than average Average temperature for Records kept here show that The Air Show, which begins at

the world? year, and the average tempera- 1960, the report shows, was the relative humidity varies 1400, is in celebration of Air
5. Who the predecessor of tures during the winter months Power Day and is sponsored by
was 68.5 decrees as compared with from 86% at 0100 to 55% to
Uncle Sam? were colder than average and This the Jax Junior Chamber of Com
1300 and 74% at 1900.
annual of 68.7. Hot
during the sum- average
(Answers to Quiz) temperatures merce.
and is rela-
is
variation daily
3 when the
test day was July
hotter than
months
mer were An array of static exhibits,
UoTnIoAe the
reached 98 while tively constant throughout
thermometer ,
eq? Btrjxnp XOUI9A06 'flaflaatI.uo : average. featuring military and civilian
Total for 1960 the coldest was Dec. 13 when year.
precipitation
TtnqunujL uaqTStraof uxojjreqjBaof aircraft, will also be seen. The

lqvqold jeqjoig S exhibits can be viewed beginningat

1 ej OOO'H JO 1000. Herlong Field is locatedon

Ipnmra tn IV 'jftqn litqj fpjoA With The 1'A. t Atlantic Blvd., also known as

., pexopaoi __w the old Jax Beach Road.

fiajoq jo eiqvdro euo *C ToastmastersAt 4 <:. The static display will include

.96av 1'81 *H! erjsoddorq6i naval aircraft dating from 1930to

118t111t.IJ v jo epji eq. ..; last week's meeting of Mar- the supersonic Jets of today.

ao> ;i96uno eqj j Nav Toastmaster 2280, the club To commemorate the 50th* anniversary -

tried a new type of program, of naval aviation, the

POGuideGivesLatestWordOn under the direction of Bob Quails, show will have a Ryan PT-23,

who served as the Toastmaster. 1 t Al Steerman Yellow Peril, Grum-
It

Featured portion of the pro- \ fl k $ : : ; I man available Wildcat for inspection.and a A Corsair Cru-

30-minute radio
mock
gram was a
tiss pusher airplane will be included -
Today's NavyThe program. Quails served as the announcer :L
q J in one of the acts.
while Hal Higgins spoke
The air show phase will feature
new edition of "The Petty about "My job as an Adult"; ___
Officer's Guide" is practically a Whitey Morris came forth with .5 delayed parachute jumps, pre-

new book. The new fourth editionwas his version of "Why You Should : cision high speed acrobatics in a

prepared, as were the other Work for Civil Service"; Paul midget airplane, a woman wing

editions, by Rear Adm. Harley LeBlanc told the audience, "Why b rider, two women parachute

Cope, (Ret.), and Cmdr. Frede-I You Should Join The Navy"; and ;!. : ., jumpers, an airplane comedy act,
: smoke writing, and an airplane
rick Dyer. Riley Collins told of the trials

The emphasis of the Guide remains and tribulations of the "Civilian landing on an airport six feet
I
on what a petty officer can Construction Worker." Jim Evans, : eight inches by eight feet atop a

do to advance himself as a petty Bob Williams and Quails providedthe "I'VE TOLD YOU. NOW I'LL SHOW YOU"-Says in. moving automobile.

officer and as an individual, and commercials, Ken Kelloggwas tructor J. E. Gearity AQCS. (right) of the Naval Air Armaments .
at the same time maintain the topicmaster.At Weapons School at NATTU.'He explains one of the
complex weapons systems to students Ensign D. P. Garvey Vanguard Satellite
Navy as the greatest Naval fight- next week's session the fea- (left) and Ensign 'A. M. O'Neil (center).
ing force the world has ever
ture will be installation of new Still Emits
known. SignalsThe
club officers. Area
governor, NAAWS Electronics
THE GUIDE includes a detailed Training
Lawton Green will install. This Vanguard I satellite, placedin
of important facts suchas
summary
meeting will be ladies night and orbit three years ago, is still
latest changes in uniforms, the will start at 1930. To be installedare Prepares Officers For FutureThe emitting radio signals and could
latest word about rotation, ad-
Paul LeBlanc, President; Bob possibly continue to transmit information -
vancement, schools, courses,
,
pay
personnal affairs, family affairs, Quails, Ed. Vice-president; Bill Navy is keeping pace with the ever-increasing use for hundreds of years.

leave, liberty and travel. Even Hood, Admin. Vice-president; Joe of electronics and advanced techniques in modern day war Vanguard I had, as of March 17,

the glossary of naval terms has Parham, Secretary; Frank Her- machinery by providing officers with a well-rounded super- orbited the earth 11,786 times,

been completely. overhauled and ron, Treasurer; and Ken Kellogg, sonic-age course at the Naval Air Armaments School at the traveling 409,257,000 miles. By
Sergeant-At-Arms. I Naval Air Technical Training i School here.
terms no longer in use dropped. means of the satellite, scientists
-. The need for the NAAWS have made radio fixes which
while the latest "space" words, i the line.
School was born during the Korean the earth is round but
not
prove
such as SPASUR and MIDAS, Jaxon Pike Selected THE NAVY DIDNT wait to
take their place alongside FRAM War. Pilots were flying find out who was at fault, but slightly pearshaped.Vanguard's .

and MDAP Top AE-A Student planes on missions and return instead created the AQaviationfire radio transmitter is
ing to report that they were
TWO ENTIRELY new chapters, no controlman. The AQ is con- powered by the sun, drawing

one on the U. S. Coast Guard Pfc. Robert K.Pike, of Jack- getting any bombing hits. Everyone solidated with the aviation elec- energy through six square win-

and the other on Proficiency Payas sonville, was selected as honor- was blaming someone other trician's mate, aviation ordinanceman dows in the satellite which] contain -

it applies to Navy petty officers man of the Aviation Electrician'sMate than himself. The electrician's and aviation electronicsmanrates i banks of solar batteries.To .

t have been added. Class A School at graduation mates blaming the elec- to be trained, "to a certain date Vanguard has been use-
! This valuable guidebook maybe exercises held last Friday at the were extent, to know all three fields. ful in determining variations of

I purchased at Navy Exchange Naval Air Technical Training!I I tronicsmen, who were blaming Voluntary billets were sent to atmospheric density with respectto

! stores or by writing to Military Unit. the ordnancemen and so on down fleet squadrons asking for men the rotation of the sun, dem-

! Services Division, Stackpole Com- I to change their rates to AQ. Vol- onstrating the effectiveness of

\ pany, Harrisburg, Pa. In each unteers were sent to NAS Mem- solar cells as sources of space

I .case, the order should specify the his for 33 weeks of ATA and ATB power usable over long periodsof

I 4th Edition of The Petty Officer's training. Upon completion they time, demonstrating that the

Guide. I were transferred to NAS Jax to gravitational fields of the moon

I attend AQ School for 23 weeks. and sun modify the orbits of

AE-B School Honors This school was first called Air- earth satellites, demonstratingthat

k craft Armament Control System the radiation pressure of the
Copped
By
Fleming School and its first class con- light from the sun modifies the
Benjamin L. Fleming, AEI, of
sited of three
men. movement of a satellite in its orbit -
Ponca City, Okla., was selectedas
DURING THEIR training at and demonstrating the effectof
honorman of the AviationElectrician's Jax, the men underwent six magnetic drag in slowing the
Mate Class B School weeks of basic
electronics and rotational motion of metallic
graduation held March 24 at
then into
were split two groups. satellites.
at NATTU. This makes the second One classified I
group was as the
honorman award Fleming has received AQF (aviation fire
control tech- electronics was taught instead of
at NATTU. Back in 1957 nician), which is the general AQ the original six. The school name
he was selected as honorman of
rate. The other was called the was changed from AACS to Naval
the Aviation Electrician's Mate AQB (aviation fire control tech- Air Armaments Weapons School,
Clas A School.
'r. nician, bomber), involved in such its present label. The conversioncourse

training as periscopes, computers, lasted until late 1958 when
FOR JUST radar, and aircraft stabilization.The BuPers ordered no more changein

AQBs were sent to heavy attack rate. The school was taken over

$3.90You squadrons while the AQFs by the Aviation Officer School

AWARDS FOR PERFORMANCE-Capt. J. Henry Elter. handled the fire control systemsof and later joined by the Aviation
Can Eat Five Full Public Works Officer of NAS presents cash awards checks to APG-51
AP2-50 and
APQ51.IN Ground Officers Schol. AGO
Course Meals Monday these five employees of his department for their superior sustained -
Through FridaySee performance of duty. Receiving awards are (left to right) 1957 THE conversion classat moved to NAS Pensacola, which
Elsa Steel, $100; Louise Larimore. $10; Edgar Santimaw, $150; Memphis was added to the Jax brought the Aviation Ordnance
( Page Six Col. 3)) Earlene Jacobsen. $100 and Lucille Hubbard $150. I curriculum, and 12 weeks of basic School to Jax in June -1960.I .





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SPORTSVolleyballers

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ErIkkrx1yr' vI1


: a Move Into


Va


Regionals After 6ND Win



Jax Navy's talented volleyballers -
semi-final playoff to decide the
a came close to making a clean
Jax Navy foe.
sweep of the Sixth Naval District I
This week the Flier volley-
Volleyball Tournament held last
bailers are in Norfolk for the
week at Mainside Gym here, win-
South Atlantic Regional playoffs
ning five of six games to annex
which commenced yesterday.The .
the District crown.
District championship was!
The Fliers, composed of players !
the second captured by the Jax
from Navy commands in the Jax !
volleyballers this year. Previously
[6ND VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS-These gentlemen with the trophies have something to smile area, crushed Memphis Navy in they copped the Southeastern

lit They are members of the Jax Navy Volleyball team who gathered in the office of Capt.es the finals, 15-13 and 15-6. Mem- AAU title in tournament play at
es J. RedXv per.of NAS Sax for presentation of trophies after winning the Sixth phis entered the finals by whip-
al District Volleyball Tournament held here last week. The team is now in Norfolk compete ping NAAS Whiting Field in a Athens, Ga.
Jin the South Atlantic Regionals. Front row (left to right) are Archie Eckert. NAS Cecild The Fliers boast of three All-

: Captain Reedy: Bill Daniel VA-44: and Mac McGucklin ComFairJax. Back row (left tot Americans, Jim Pitts and Bob
) Al Shiller. NATTU: John Loper VA-44: Hank Winstead VA-34: Jim Pitts, NATTU; and and coach
Callahan of NATTU
k Callahan, NATTU. Fliers OpenIntroSquad ,
-- ,Mac McGucklin of ComFairJax.Jim .

Manly of NAS Cecil Field

tu;, MAD Clash Jax-Loaded6ND RingSquad and Hank Winstead of VA-34 are

All-State in Florida. Roundingout

r Station Cage Competing All-Navy MeetFive the remainder of the squadare

Drills SaturdayJax Al Shiller, NATTU; John

rown Tonighte Sixth Naval District team members advanced to Lopez, VA-44; Archie Eckhert.

chips are down tonight the All-Navy Boxing Tournament now underway at Newport Navy's Fliers varsity base- NAS Cecil Field; Gabe Cham-

he Faeaulant and Marine R. I. after successfully pounding their way throughthe ball team will hold its first inter- pagne, VF-174; Chuck Wurst and

tion Detachmentbasket Norfolk.The squad game 1000 Saturday at of VA44.Pederson .
South: Atlantic. Regionals held last week at Mason Field. Bill Daniel
rs. Sixth ND mittmen amassed
second round to win the regional
inside league champ 31 points (five for winner, three Among those who will hurl
the featherweight toga. Brady's rec- against teammates are W. J. Krolczyk,
Ju and NATTU intramural for runner-up), in Regionalsto
ord now stands at 12-1, nine of Turner, Hospital J H. Cashin,
winners MAD will decideht win the team title, while ; Zaborniak High inWeek's
them KOs. VF-32; Ron Tucker, FAETU and
;
who shall wear the All- Eighth ND finished second with
Dove, also of Jax Navy, won Aaron Putnam, A/C Maintenance.Bob .
ion Intramural Basketballn 19 points. Alley PlayHigh
his into the All-Navy finals
/ in their tussle at Main- THE FIVE 6ND representativeshave way Palowski, Hospital; Chuck
via Robert rollers in Mainside intramural -
the kayo route over
Gym at 1930. fought for Jax Navy duringthe Metz, A/C Maint; and Norm Gold-
Houseman of 8th ND in 2:28: of: bowling action last week,
etu copped the Mainsidein past season, while TAD from stein, MAD will share the back-
the first round.Flyweight were Norm Pederson of VAP62'sSkywarriors
a whirlwind finish their home stations. They are stopping chores.In .
Ling Qrtiz and ban- I who rolled a 221,
king off strong Hospital i light heavyweight Jim Rossette, the outfield will be Pete of
tamweight Tony Elumba, both of followed by Stan Krolczyk
playoff, ,to given them a featherweight Pat Brady, junior Worth, AOA School; Tom Grano Admin's with 220.
NAS Glynco, Ga., but membersof ;Play Boys
slate for the season.e welterweight Landy Dove, ban- Worth, AOA School; Tom
the Jax Navy stable, enter the Walt Zaborniak, also of the
Marines of NATTU fin- tamweight Tony Elumba and fly Granoy, NATTU; and Josh Wat-
All-Navy meet after being unopposed Play Boys tallied high aggegateof
bd their campaign with an weight Ling Ortiz. in the regionals. son, FAETU. 583.

ost perfect record, losing Rossette, the hard swinging
former Hospital
Bob
Three other 6ND battlers were Jacobsmeyer, Action brisk last week,
was
Fox out
ly once in 11 games.S southpaw from the USS
eliminated in the Norfolk tour- basketball, will appear at with five shutouts recorded in
the Regional
of Mayport, captured short, with Sid Kramer of Adminon
James Belton of
of ney. Lightweight each league.In .
disposing
crown by
lightheavy
Open Spring Dieter Schultz of 8th ND via a Glynco, Ga. caught a KO punchin the first. Infielders in are especially the American, the top scores
tossed James lacking pre-season
the first round by
KO in 1:10: of the first round. ing VA-44 Hornets (291h-6J,1)
aining Schedule Mathews of 5th ND; middle- preparation. Anyone interested
of outrolled Dental 3-1 the Goers
This gives Rossette, conqueror ;
should come out to Mason Field
O'Brien of NAS Jax
ie Jacksonville Jets of thes Ray Patterson, brother of Floyd weight John blanked the Grocers 4-0; Wood
wek day after 1600.
lost decision to John Moye of any
A Sally League have Patterson, in the Eastern Golden a Choppers whipped Dispensary
ned their spring training drills Gloves championships, 22 kayos 8th ND and Jax Navy heavy- The Fliers first varsity com- 4-0; Marine "A" romped over the

I preparation for the season out of 55 bouts, with only four weight Roger Barclay dropped a petition is scheduled for 1500, Road Runners 4-0; FAETU "A"
her decision to Webster Cognevich of April 21, against U. of Cincinnatiat
April 17 at Charleston, losses. crushed Hospital 4-0; A/C Maint
the 8th ND. Mason Field. "A" outrolled the Grounders 4-0
BRADY OF Jax Navy kept his ;

The Jets spring schedule is as winning string intact by knock- Untouchables shot down Able

[lows: ing out his opponent Garland ; Dogs 3-1; and Ops AUW dashed

pril 1, 1300, Jets vs. Charge Hayes of 8th ND in 1:20 of the the Dudes 3-1.

at Fernandina; April 2, 1300, :: The Continental Leagueleading -

s vs. Asheville, Jax Ball Park; //CcTA's Vs TigersIn : : Slaughter House Five (27-9)

fril 4, 1300, Jets vs. Charlotte, I { bettered their total by four witha

rkee Field;. April 5, 1030, Jets JaxSunday tl,..'' .' ,,'"'f' win over the Sky Warriors;

Asheville, Durkee Field; April Jax baseball fans have only one .;\,<1i' .. Play Boys bounced Army ADA

1500, Jets vs. Charlotte, at more chance to see major \ '":.'<, 4-0; Playmasters dumped FAW-11

rnandina; April 8, 1030, Jets leaguers in action this spring :. J' i, :r{ Gold 4-0; Scatter Pins dupped the

Asheville, Jax Ball Park ,. ;I 4-0 VP-30 "A"
; when the Kansas City Athletics ... Scope Dopes ;

Pril 10, 1300, Jets vs. Charlotte, clash with the Detroit Tigers Sunday tfi;,! '' sunk Neversails 4-0; Marines "B"

Fernandina; April 12, 1300, at 1330 at the Jax Baseball ,I"'I'd),;,,. beat Spartans 3-1; A/C Maint

ts vs. Asheville, Durkee Field; Park. 1. 1 ::;?; "B" bested 'FAETU "B" 3-1.

[pril 13, 2000, Jets vs. Charlotte, Reserved tickets are priced at ... t ,.. National League scores went

ax Ball Park.joftballers. $2.00 for adults, while general ad ... _'/.. like this: The top VP-5 Mad

; fij'fr .- ..... Foxes (24-4)) tripped the Phan-
mission is $1.25 for adults and 60 J2fiJ:; : ..; .
Open '61 cents for children. Tickets are toms 3-1; 3rd Crewmen beat the

Park and the Hawks 4-0; Air Force 679th
>eason Here Tuesday on sale at the Ball
Convention Bureau in whipped the Electrons 4-0;
Jax Navy's varsity softballerslift Tourist and

[ the lid of their 1961 campaignnext Hemming Park in downtown Jax. ., Boomerangs bested Disbursing"B"
4-0; O & R outkegled Pan
Tuesday night at EnterpriseField
S
here against last year's Du- A prospective mother was Handlers 4.0; Vagabonds scuttled
1 dresses she FAW-11 Blue 4-0; and the Fire
val County champs from Wesconnet. showing the pink
bought for her expected child. Crackers won over VP-30 "B"

There is still room for good "But what if it's a boy?" a w 3-1.

softballers on the varsity squad neighbor woman asked. What are Yti -

which holds practice at Enter-I you going to do with all these WHAM!-And over she zooms as Jax Nayy's Gabe Champagne Bill: "How's your wife getting"
Prise Field dresses?" slams one over the net against the defense put up by along with her reducing diet?
daily at 1600. Interested he'll the Memphis Nary during action in the Sixth ND volleyball tour I Phil: "Rather well, I'd say.She
personnel are invited to attend "In that case, wear ney held at Mainside Gym last week. Jax Nary won the meet disappeared completely last
practice. They can call Ray dresses and I'll teach him to to advance to the South Atlantic Regionals now being playedat i week."

Baker at extension 8123. fight." Norfolk. I





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To Important Ground Program ?t} 1 : ':.,.. -;); ] ;::: .,.: ::..:,,: s

--- .. ... Sunday April 9
Whether It's a replacementpilot
working on an intricate anti- the program immeasurably according ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL
to Lcdr. C. I. Stratmann,
submarine warfare flight maneu- 0830-Service of Worship.

\ ver or a technician straining to squadron training officer. 0930--Sunday School, three-

adjust a complicated piece of Before a replacement crew year-olds: through adults, BuildIng -
trains with real submarine } ti
a b
electronics gear, you can be sure 2 722; Adult Bible Class, Small
many hours are spent in one of
the Patrol Squadron 30 training ChapeL
the simulators learning ASW 0930 Service of
division is behind every move. Worship.
techniques and crew coordina- 1100 Service of
The division's rapid growth has Worship.

kept pace with that of the squad- tion. After the procedures are 1830-Teen-Age, Senior High
mastered in the trainer, the replacement -
and United of Protestants
rons and now handles close to 150 Fellowship -
replacement pilots and aircrewmen crew is ready for the Building 722 and Small
real thing. This "learn it on the
in all phases of training. Chapel.
I ground" principle, while not new Se
Maximum use of mobile trainers -
in aviation, has just recently come
and special devices has aidedIfYa9 ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL
into its own in the ASW field.
0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass.
Cmdr. L. T. Barco Jr., com-
a C .* *
manding officer, stated that the
ground program has saved the } .. ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL

Navy precious man hours as wellas 0615Confessions.0630Mass. .

Ask a great deal of flight time. :.,c,....... t.a .
Us I PLAY IMPORTANT ASW ROLE-Upon the shoulders of 0930-1015-Java Club.
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I this training division crew at Patrol Squadron 30 rests the
1030-Protestant Worship
Do you think you would I job of properly training replacement pilots and alrcrewmen for e e
able to recognize or detect a communist II Escape TechniqueFrom patrol squadrons of the Atlantic Fleet. Left to right are Lcdr.C. .
I. Stratmann training officer Lijg( ) R. R. Lewis: W. C. Christian Science
or communist spy in your Sunken Jennings AMH1; W. H. Kimball AN: A. Musco ATC; andF.
everyday routine? Car O. Breshears, ATS.VP18's Tuesdays, 1900, Small Chapel
.
e
That was this week's question

asked. of persons aboard the Sta- Is DescribedWith Wartime Efficiency JEWISH SERVICES

{ tion by the the Small Chapel, between All
1
Jax Air News' an estimated 400 1 Saints and St. Edward's Chapels.

I 1 roving i re- Americans annually trappedin I Measured By OR InspectionPatrol Wednesday, 1500 Religious
porter. autos under water-some of School.

"There them servicemen-the Janu- 18 2015-Adult Education Class.
x; are so Squadron operated
;
many elements ary Issue of the Navy's "Safe- under simulated war time con- flights at three hour intervals.An Friday, 2000-Worship service.

involved and so ty Review" comes up with ditions early this week while performing additional eight aircraft 2100-Oneg Shabbat.
some tips on driversafetywhich
many peopleare I an operational readiness carried out an assigned formation 1-
have been stressed in
;a susceptible inspection, conducted by Com- mining exercise to Burmuda and
Holland where the rate of
Mearick to antiologies, mander Fleet Air Wing Eleven. return. A total of eleven aircraft
such drown In is SAFETYTIPS
g s even
meaning they are opposed to higher. The squadron.was mobilized at participated in these exercises.At .

what we call social sciences suchas midnight Sunday, March 26, and the same time, various

religion, government or any- DESCRIBING the Dutch simulated an emergency deployment drills, testing the squadron's
thing good. I believe safety course on "How to Es-
you would I to a predesignated base. ability to cope with emergency .

have to have proper training to cape from a Closed SubmergedCar Upon completion of the deploy- situations were conducted. The The National Safety Council
"
discover communistic tendenciesin the magazine advises:
ment, VP-18 commenced launch- squadron demonstrated its abilityto I tells the interesting story of an
"The rider
a person. M/Sgt. Marvin R. trapped under
anti-submarine f
ing w a r
Hedrick, 679th AF Detachment."I water usually tries franticallyto aye perform both 'efficiently and Ir accountant (for another com-

don't know for sure. I open the door, but it will successfully while under pres- pany) whose supervisor asked

haven't given it too much thoughtand not open because of the pres- You Can Eat sure. I him to help move some filing

I am not regularly employedhere. sure of water outside. He then

I imagine ...<:."".. panics and drowns needlessly. 5 Full Meals Fleet Air Wing Eleven meas- cabinets.
ures its squadron's wartime efficiency The accountant blew his stack!
I might be able
"Calmly let the car fill with
to detect a" water. When the inside pres- through the "Operational "I'm an accountant," said he;
For $3.90Yes
communist if I sure equals outside pressurethe Readiness i Inspection." Each "not a filing cabinet mover. Whatif

worked here all door will open easily. for only $3.50 you can buya squadron undergoes this rigoroustest I hurt myself?"

the time. I ama < "IF THE CAR lands up- complete meal Monday through prior to deployment. Patrol "Makes sense," said the super-
18 is scheduled for de-
cashier at :::5 right, a pocket of air remains Friday at the Civilian Cafeteria, Squadron visor, calling in some filing cabi-

NATTU Navy {'' inside, more than enough to Building 2. This is probably the ployment in the near future. net movers.

Exchange. I last 10 or 15 minutes and by biggest bargain in Jacksonvilleand
The accountant went home that
have to check MCAQOO that time the car will be filled. it is available to all personnelat
ID cards when people cash checksso As it fills, simply keep the NAS Jacksonville from 1100 night and found his TV on the

I might be able to detect anything head in the air pocket, whichis to 1230 five days a week. bhnk. Not wishing to miss fav-
unusual." Mrs. Juanita Mc orite show, he took a screwdriverand
j usually in the top portionof
For just 78 cents, you can have around inside the set.
Adoo Western Union Office poked
the car."When .
I your choice of a complete meal
Mainside."I The accountant was not a TV
the water stops ris- consisting of your choice of one

probably wouldn't deal with ing, the pressure inside com- of three meats, one vegetable, expert-TV experts know about

one in my everyday routine. I pares to outside pressure. Takea one salad, dessert, bread or rolls, shock hazards. The accountantdid

work with entomology, insects deep breath, open the door, butter and beverage, either iced not.

.....,. .,. .,. ., ,..
:,: :::: : .v. n. and related push out and to the surface.No .
r ,k up tea, coffee or a fruit ade. The food There's a moral here, friends.
'9 subjects. We need to hurry, the air according to many station person- v tiJa

deal with pocket remains after the dooris nel who eat there is delicious and

I things in whichI opened. Do not panic. Take wholesome. Faetu Library Lists

turns getting out if there
I don't think are A la carte service is also available More Training Films
more than one person in the 1 '
from 1100 to 1300 Monday Two'sfilm
Faetulant Detachment
} communists car.
:. i would through Friday and the samewholesome library in Building 168 has
r delicious food is
4 listed three more films which are
} be inter- available both at the cafeteria in
SNAFU ltt7t t1tn.S.
ested. If they ,?i'trtt an.n available to units for showing.
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