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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 13, 1961
Frequency: weekly
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One Accident Is One Too. Many: Practice SafetyWEATHER I




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GOOD LUCK

Fri.-Cloudy. To Jax Jax Navy boxers

High 70; Low 45 in the Interservice

Sat.-Partly cloudy, lit- Tournament;

tle chance of rain.i J1l X To Jax Navy Volleyball-

High 74; Low 50. ers in the All-Navy

Sun.Scattered showers. Tournament.

High 68; Low 55 .d.

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Vol. 19 No. Z U. S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 13 April 1961

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Shoe's On Tile Over $20,000 Contributed

ri' A' V

Foot : .' '
Other < -
Health Campaign

Now At VP30Sooner f a k

or ,later it was boundto

happen.instructor The and student the instructor becamethe Is Big SuccessMilitary

became the student in Pa-

trol Squadron 30 last week. and civilian personnel of some 19 separate Navy

It's been over six years since combined to contribute
.? activities in the Jacksonville area
Lt. P. O. Cutchen was struggling $20,588 to the Federal Service Campaign for National Health,
through "A" stage at South
figures released by campaign officials this week reveal.
Whiting Field and the man who
Although the drive officially
guided him through the neophyte Contributions to the Crusadewere
concluded on March 24, late
stage was Comdr. R. L. Kays, dispatched directly to national -
turn-ins delayed the final report.
then attached to NABTC, Pen- headquarters.The .
sacola. +', I According to officials, there are
; k. still some units who have yet to drive in all aspects was
Since that time Lt. Cutchenhas I
turn in their final donations, thus considered a huge success. Rear
completed a tour of duty in
indicating a jump in the total. Adm. Kenneth Craig, Commander -
Patrol Squadron 11 and is pres-
Fleet Air Jacksonville and
ently an instructor pilot in Pa- NO RESULTS have been an-
senior naval officer in the Jax
trol Squadron 30. When Comdr. nounced for the Joint Crusade
of all
area, lauded the efforts
Kays checked into the squadron drive, which was conducted con- hands participating in the drive.

for replacement ASW training AN ABOUT FACE Lt. P. O. Cutchen (left) instructor currently with National Health. He has expressed his appreciation -

recently, it seemed only natural pilot at Patrol Squadron Thirty here, gives Comdr. R. L. Kays to those who donated and

that he should be assigned to a thorough briefing before takeoff. Kays was Culchen's instructor to the keymen and campaign
Cutchen. at Pensacola some six years ago, but became the student in JETS VS SALISBURYIN many
workers who contributedto
Comdr. Kays, an experiencedpilot VP-30 this week.Over DIAMOND TUSSLE the success of the drive.

will be brought up to dateon !
HERE SATURDAYThe ALTHOUGH there was no
the latest antisubmarine
techniques employed by Fleet 100 Advanced first minor league exhibition overall monetary goal, with all

squadrons while attached to game to be held at units instead striving for 100

NAS Jax in several years is percent participation, the amount
VP-30. On the completion of
his training, Comdr. Kays will Here To CPO Rate on the agenda this Saturady. I contributed this year surpasses

join VP-44, and ,Lt., Cutchenwill ,The Jacksonville Jets of the II that of last year's when a little

have the satisfaction of Over 100 first class petty officers attached to units South Atlantic League will I less than $20,000 was given.

having contributed to his train- aboard NAS Jax were among the hundreds advanced to clash with the Salisbury, N. The five National Health agencies
C. of the Western Car-
chief petty officer as a result of the February Navywideexams. team reaping benefits from the
olina League at Mason Field
local campaign were the American -
ing.Traffic here at 1300. All hands are
The new chiefs will be pro- Cancer Society, Muscular
TicketsTo E. Cady, AECA; J. N. Gres- invited to see the game, free
United Cere-
moted in five increments be- Dystrophy Society,
ham, AECA; L. Jennings, AECA; of charge.
ginning May 16, and ranging bral Palsy, National Society for
J. R. Law, AECA; P. W. Meyn, Both clubs are in the farm
through January 16, 1962. Crippled Children and Adults
160 ForViolations AECA; P. L. Orsburn, AECA; organization of the newly and National Society for 'Prevention -

NAVAL AIR STATION com- R. J. Dobbs, AOCA; M. J. Kirby, formed Houston entry in the of Blindness. Agencies

mand personnel to be advancedare AOCA; D. S. Wood, ATCA; J. National League, which be- involved in the Joint Crusade

: May 16, A. A. Wilson, P. Worrell, BMCA; January 16, 'gins play in 1962. were Radio Free Europe, American -

ADJCA; R. M. Vittum, ADJCA; 1962, J. R. Brewer, AECA; J. A. The Jets open their Sally Korean Foundation and

During the month of March, P. W. Beal, DTGCA; C. Stepp, Colman, AECA; W.; A. Eubanks, League season on April 17 CARE.

approximately 160 traffic tickets HMCA; R. E. Kimbro, MACA; AECA; A. C. Navaree, AECA; with a three game series at I
were issued by Station Policeto D. B. Ellis, AOCA; R. Middle- I Figures on the drive show that
July 16, J. J. Dolan, AOCA; Nor- Charleston, S.C. and make their
violators aboard the Station. brook, AOC; M. J. Mooney, A- 73.4% of the total number of
man Twyne, DTGCA; Sept. 16, home debut April 21 when II
Of these 138 assigned to OCA and M. S. Morley AOCA. personnel of all activities con-
were ,
K. E. Rima, ADRCA; G. E. Mc- ; they open a three game ser-
the Traffic Control Officer and Anderson DKCA :I tributed. Two of the smaller ac-
Gene R. ,
Gauley, AECA; ; D. L. Hall, ies with Portsmouth, Va.
22 to the U. S. Commissioner'sCourt. AOCA; W. A. Davis, (Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 5) II (Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 5))

ATCA R. C. McCallion CSCA ,
; ; p d.; ty sSS cw1M4tzfyd"7
.t /
Cases involved for reck- f
were B. E. Rader, ,ENCA; J. P. Wil- r
less driving, nine; obstructing ley, HMCA; L. Q. Hamilton, d A 3If
traffic, five; improper parking,
SKCA; November 16, R. H.
38; failed to stop at stop sign,
DCCA J. E.
Goodenough, ;
24; speeding, 19; faulty equip- v# ;
Harpster, ENCA; J. L. Brady, ;jit
ment, five; inattentive driving,
HMCA; H. B. Dowling, SKCA;
one; violations on YorktownAve.
January 16, 1962, F. E. Green- 0SO '' Ix '
., 12 and on-station acci- r I
well, ABHCA; W. W. Moss, '
dents, 19.Action .
ACCA; R. J. Hayes, CSCA; and
taken by the traffic
D. L. Childs, QMCA."THE"FOLLOWING .
control officer
including cases

pending from previous month, from NAT- a
'
r 's 4
were: restrictions, 61; traffic TU will be promoted as indi- f .p y'r f .9

school, 12; CO for action, 12, in- cated: May 16, R. O. Bellin, AE- u' ( .9Y

definitely suspended, one; su- CA; J. D. Black, AECA; J. W. >

spended, 34; warned, 12; dis- Dale, AECA; N. C. Painter, A- ;

missed, 22; referred to civilian ECA; K. J. Ryan, AECA; G. J.
S
court, one; forwarded to other Clinch, AOCA; G. R. Hill, AO-

activities for 'action, five; notedon CA; R. Shackleford, HMCA;

government permit, 10; government July 16, L. G. Ladner, AECA;

. permit revoked, three, B. G. Lambert, AECA; F.. A.
-
and terminated or transferredout Laue, A E C A; D. J. Maccarro,

two. AECA; C. F,,,Smith, AECA; G.

There were 11 visitors who re- E. Thomas, AECA; W. E. Wadd-

ceived traffic citations. Thereare elow, AOCA; J. T. .Hutchinson,
Two of Patrol Squadron Five ended a
PERFECT SCORE FOR MAD FOX CREW-Crew
E. Keich EMCA R.
42 cases pending in the Mil- AQCA; C. ; three-week tour in Operation Springboard with a score of 100 percent in all competitive exer-
itary Traffic Control Depart- G. Dorman, PCCA; Sept 16, D. cises, the first crew to achieve the mark in seven years. Lt. G. J. Schuller and his crew compileda

ment, and 13 cases pending in C. Newell, AECA; L. M. Stinson, perfect mark in nine anti-submarine events. Operation Springboard is an Atlantic Fleet
Exercise conducted annually In. Puerto Rico. Members of Crew Two shown above are kneelingleft
the U.S. Commissioner's Court, AECA; G. O. Wiggins, AECA; ( to right) H. B. Craddock. AE3 Lt (Ug) ) A. F. Caswickj LI. G. J. Schuller Lt (Jg) G. T. Mc'
making a total of 55 cases await- G. A. Wixson, AECA A. J. Co- Keruiej and E. R. Price, A02. Standing (left to right) J. E. Murray, AMH3 S. Simpson. ADR2;

ing disposition. vas, AOCA; November 16, L. B. D. Krttlehake ATR3 J. S. Calabough. ATR3 and A. R. Lamoniagne. AT 3.given .



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I 13 April jJfI

Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS


Credit Unions Are Lenders


-5 Indicating True Interest RateSenator


is sponsoring a bill, "True Interest w
NAf J.>....... Douglas of Illinois institutions to declare the .. .
Cpt. Jm* R. body Commanding: Officer: Rates," which will require all financial
C.m4r. Robert Nelson. bwcwrtv Officer: true interest rate charge on any loan.
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NAB Ibo ..... Air ac".m.
tar Adm. Kenneth Craig ._. Commander The hearings to date have true interest rate of 6%,

Capt. Griyiton H. Weber _' Chief of Staff, Fairfax shown that Credit Unions are "If on the other hand, you

Capt. "ration" M. Head ChIef of Staff, NAB Six actually the only leaders indi- buy on time and repay the loanin
PI**! Air WUf lie...
Capt. Rtnfro Turner, Jr. _____ Commander cating the true rate of interest monthly installments, the
Capt. Murlln W. Alley Chief Staff Officer with their one percent or lessa true interest rate no longer pre-

Naval Air Technical Tralnmi Unit month on the balance, accprd- vails because you do not have

... Capt.Comdr Robert Marion J.K.Flaming Smith Commanding Executive Officer Officer ing to Jax Navy Federal Credit the use of the total sum borrowed -

Naval Netehal Union officals. for a full yer.

Capt: William L tngelmanCap Commanding Officer The Jax Navy Credit Union "ON A $100 LOAN to be re-
). JSn O. Feder Executive Officer
HAITI located at NAS Jax has passedon paid in monthly installments,

Capt. P. H. Holt < Commanding Officer the following explanation on the key fact is you get an aver-

Comdr. William M. Miller Executive Officer the method of figuring true interest age of around $50 for the full

Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at noexpen'l rates: year. Furthermore, on loans of
to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958 this kind, you usually pay the x w-.... ,"
Attributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacktonvllle, "INTEREST IS THE charge so-called finance charge in advance JOHN COLVIN chosen as
Naval Air Station Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval AirReserve assessed for borrowing money or that NAS Supply's Personality of
Training Unit and the U. 1 Naval Hospital. buying on time. There is a vast which means you the Month.Colvin.
Service Information Officer _______ Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnlt Jr. how- do not at any time have the
Assistant Service Information Officer _. _ Andrew H. Pleney and important difference full use of the $100; you only
Feature Editor-Mae Spencer, JOi; Staff Reporteri-Sandy M.rtimon, JOSN; ever, between true interest and have the use of $100 less the Cited
Ralph Bailey, AA. Photographer-Joy Beccarl, PH2. actual interest costs.
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Allocation and Southern and In- finance charge deducted in ad-
ternational Council of Industrial Editort. "Just what is true interest?" vance. It actually figures out For Efforts At

The lax Air News It a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material If you borrow $100 at 6% interest that your interest costs are just

appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit It given. Photographs and have the use of the about double the rate quoted NAS SupplyThe
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photographs.
Editorial $100 for a full year you repay as the yearly charged and thisis
offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone ex-
t tensions 1164, 656, 272 or 216. $106 and have borrowed at a a reliable "rule of thumb"to excellence of.. his. contribution ,

11 follow to me overall mission Of

11With TheToastmasters "T h e misunderstanding and the Supply Department at NAS

confusion is created by applying has won for John Colvin, sp-

different standards to' the same ervisory management analyst,

4 thing. Those who quote install- the honor as "Supply Personalityof

ment interest rates based on the Month".

The Navy Jax Officers Toast- n the dollar cost of a single payment "Although his duties are

masters Club 546 held its semi- ; loan, but who actually ap- strictly of a staff nature his
annual installation of officers at I 7 installment enthusiasm
ply an repaymentplan aggressiveness, sincere
the Officers Club, last Thursday. bFfs are misleading the borrow. devotion to duty and will-

District 47's Lt. Governor Larry er by not stating the true interest ingness to help others, often af
Webb, was on hand to install.
? rate. ter working hours, have been an
Wives were also present for the
"If installment payments are outstanding contribution to an
occasion. >
,> III 1 .' k SfN a> made, true interest rates cannotbe excellent working relationship
The outgoing
president 1st.
computed by dividing the between line and staff in his
Lt. F. Hellings USAF turned
,
cost of the loan by the amount own department as well as between
over the helm to Comdr. A. A.
borrowed. The true interest rate, Supply and other activities
Cipolat. Other new officers installed
under an installment payment ," the citation reads, in part.
were Maj. T.
Rogers, plan is determined by dividingthe A few of the projects in which
USA educational
vice-president
; total amount of interest he played a big role and for
Lcdr. J. Sanders, administrative
paid by the average unpaid which he has received offical
vice-president; 1st. Lt. H. Colvin, "
O balance. commendations were: Coordinating
USAF, secretary; Maj. M. Hin- b
"IT IS POINTED out that the and planning 15th Confer
son, USA, treasurer, and Comdr.D. .
E. Hilton, sergeant-at-arms. Jax Navy Federal Credit Union ence of Southeastern States
has paid a loan interest refundof Armed Services Small Business
Following the dinner, talks
5% to borrowers for the past Council; planning details of a
were given by Lt. D: Dukes, on
two years, so that the cost toa conducted at
purchase course
"What Went Wrong" concerning GYNECOLOGY FACTS Dr. Harry Prystowsky head of
photography; Maj. M. Hinson on the J. Hillis Miller Health Center at the University of Florida member is actually less than NAS; coordination and plan-

"Planting of Roses" and Comdr. discusses medical charts in patient's' room at the Naval Hospital the one percent per month rate ning of training schedule and
; here with Lcdr. Billy Viele medical officer of the Obstre- on the unpaid balance would other facets of the recent visit
D. E. Hilton on "Parental Con- tics and Gynecology Service. Dr. Prystowsky has been delivering indicate.For .
of officer
trol of Teenagers." monthly lectures to the Hospital staff. In his last appearancelast of friendly allied
Wednesday he spoke on toxemia of pregnancy. The doctor example, the local credit group.A .

FAETULANT ADDS MORE is also a consultant in obstretics and gynecology at the Hospi- union charges $6.28 for one year native of Thomson, Ga

for a loan of $100, payable Colvin began his civil service

FILMS JO ITS LIBRARY tal.Korea monthly, less an anticipated refund career with BuShips in Wash

Faetulant's film library has War Policy Holders of 31 cents or a net cost ington. He came to work at
added three more films to its of $5.97. Furthermore
the mem- NAS Supply in 1941 after a
stockpile for checkout to Station ber of the credit union receivesa three-year hitch in the Army
DividendsEarly
units. May Reap Big full
$100, not a lesser sum Air Corps.He .
They are:
deducted by withholding an interest returned in 1946 as sup-
,
House-passed
Aircraft Lubrication hearings on a proposal to provide "one
(MN 8908)) .
charge "paid in "
20 minutes. When and how an time" dividends ranging from $100 to $150 for Korea War policy- The loan is also advance. ervisor of the purchase division.

aircraft should be propertly lu- holders of "RS" and "W" type GI insurance are planned by the at no extra covered cost.by insurance The newlyweds were driving
Senate Finance Committee.Sen. .
bricated. The
away from the church.

Rescue Breathing (AT' 87), 18 Russell Long (D. La.) a tional Service Life Insurance to groom pulled the bride to his

minutes. How to apply mouthto committe leader, indicated the World War II veterans and the TenderYellowstoneTo side and said, "Now, honey.

mouth artifical respiration. committe may study several GI Korean division proposal -about that nonsense of you quit-

Survival Train !ng-Shelter insurance measures at once, including ed by the House. pass- Service ting your job".

(9404-MV), 10 minutes. Depicts his bill to re-open Na- MayportThe ....

ways of obtaining shelter and The Veterans Administration destroyer tender USS The French engineer investigators -
what type shelter is AO-B School Reveals estimates about 6,000,000 Korea the
best for Yellowstone (AD-27)), recently said the cause of
different weather conditions. Curriculum veterans would share the $65 assigned "Too
ChangeThe million dividend. to the Naval Station derailment was due to

Aviation Ordance Class Mayport, will make a brief visit loose, la track". _
Production Controlmen "B" School located at NATTU "RS" and "W" Policies were to its new port Friday. After
),
AD-23)
Name Convention Reps Jax will incorporate a change in set up as non-participating in- unloading vehicles and equip- tender US S Arcadia ( Naval

NAS Jax Local of the National the gun phase curriculum, start- surance. The one-time dividendwill ment, the ship will resume arrived at the Mayport

Aeronautical Production Con- ing April 17.Instructions. clear up the excess in the "shakedown" operations enrouje Station last Thursday to provide
fund which to the repairs to ships of Destrover
trolman Association has electedto I as accumulated. Caribbean.It .
send its president, B. F. Kinn will begiven' on Hereafter, all overages in the is expected Squadron Sixteen. It is expected -
the recent breach block service that the Yel- will remain
that the Arcadia
and secretary M. H. Lazarus fund will go the Treasury. lowstone
as chage on the MK 12, MM. All will return to May- at Mayport for about three
delegates to the national con- AOs in the Jacksonville area Under the legislaticn, "W" port about May 1 and at that weeks.

vention in Washington.The who are interested in obtaining policyholders would receive div- time the vessel will assume Seven of the MaY-
delegates will meet with idends duties destroyers
immediately. Dividendsof of
servicing the at
information on the service 24 ships are now
port-based
squadron
management officals of the "RS" policyholders would of Destroyer
change invited to call E. L. go Squadrons Eight, the having returned
are Station,
of and
Bureau also
Weapons to their survivors at death unless Fourteen and Sixteen a
all
with Florida members of Con-I White, AOC, Building 411, ex- they convert to the "W" insur- at Mayport.The based here on March 31 following in the
six-month deployment
gress. tension 8544. ance within a two-year period.
Newport-based
destroyer Mediterranean.I .






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I ''Day'+'or Servicemen In Auto Stretched OutNew



regulations regarding travels by private auto, 250 miles disregarded. Under the old rules, be allowed in determining re-

travel by automobile have remains as the basic day of for example, a 600-mile transferwas porting time and in determining -

been issued by the Bureau of travel. But under the new rul- good for three auto days- when travel times becomesa

last Wednesday's meetingof Naval Personnel. The new ing when the official distance two 250 mile days and the 100- serviceman's own leave.

Navy Wives Club 86, the regs, so far as the Navy is between the old and the new mile balance counting as a third The new rules governing trav-

following delegates were appointed concerned, replace Article C- duty stations is less than 373 day. From April 15, 600 miles is el by a combination of privateand

to the Southeast Re- 5317 of the BuPers Manual, miles, only one day will be al- a twoday trip. But 625 miles commercial means, with a

gional Meeting of Navy Wives but they affect all services. lowed.IN would be a three day trip. possibility that total miles will

Clubs of America to be held Military personnel traveling by FIGURING DAYS-multiples THESE "DAYS" are not for de- be greater (or less) that the of-

in May at Portsmouth, Va. auto on and after April 15 will of 250 miles-fractions of terming how much per diem is ficial distance between starting

Mrs. Kenneth Smith, Mrs. have to travel more miles per 125 miles or less (instead of the payable. Those rules don't point and destination, are com-

Henry Wernet, Mrs. Bill Rhodes, day. When a service person present 100 miles) will be I change. They are the days to plex.

Mrs. John Day, Mrs. Wilbert

Wagner, Mrs. Barney Meyer, Hit Musical 'Fanny' I

Mrs. Stanly Cottrill, Mrs. Lau- /Classified

ren Shaver, Mrs. William Raab On Tap TodayOne

and Mrs. Joseph Skapyak.The of Jacksonville's outstanding -
monthly welfare dona- Spring entertainment events For Sale

tions were disbursed to United will be the production of the Brick Home-2 bdrm, open for Intptn
from 1400 to 1700 Helen Smith, Ev9-
;
Health Fund, American-Korean Broadway hit musical "Fanny" 9671.

Foundation, Duval County Wel- which is to be presented today Brick Home-3 bdrm, small dn pymt,
fare and miscellaneous local from the stage of the Florida $67.50 pyntt; Mrs. June Brown, SP1-

parties.On Theatre. 5587.
I
Wednesday, April 12, the Two performances have been .NMtew.' ,.1. t Trade Equity-In 3 bdrm home In
Ortega Hills for comparable home In
Dewey Park Club house was scheduled today, with a matineeat Peniacola; Walter Mueche, EC9-6208
the scene for a Created luncheonand 1400 and a performance at / 4 : w+. tt betwn 17001800.

discussion of home buyingby 2030. CBS Home-2 bdrm, $700 equity, $64

a local contractor. Mrs. Ken- The show is being producedby per mo, FHA; Mn. Otis Smith, EV 7-

neth Smith wishes to extend the Jax Opera ,and Choral 5122.
1960 House Trailer-10'x50', take u
Club 86's invitation to all mem- Society which last year broughtthe
plmtt of $76 per mo; CO 4-6628.
bers and any prospective memberin hit "Kismet" to the city. Ortega Hillt-3 bdrm, Immed pot, $72.

the area. The new time for Three singers from N. Y., will t t 1 .. 50 per mo Includes taxei&lniur, L. P.
the monthly luncheon is 1230. play leading roles. Richard Arm- ''i 3t Shaver, EV 41380.

bruster, a, member of the orig- t For Rent
inal Broadway cast, will be Avondale-5 rm unfurn apt, $65 per
FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION mo; Mrs. Elizabeth Powers, EV 91307.
seen as Marius; Robert Penn
Lakeihore bdrm, unfurn, avail
will play Panisse; and Edward April 20, $90 per mOl; N. R. Willis,
Doe will play the part of Cesar, EV 95954.
New classes this month at
Seats for the night performancesare Cedar Hills-3 bdrm, 2 full bath,
NATTU Jax, AO-B School Class6114&AEB
Mrs. ,
$100 Ruppersberger
School Classes 61- $3 and $2, with half price FOR LIBRARY WEr=K-Mn. Margaret Cleei (right) librar- per mo; 13603.
EV 7.2909 SP
for students, while the matinee ian at Mainside Library and assistant Mary Lou Allen arrangea or
14&61-16, will be honor guests at new picture book collection in preparation for Library Week Mobile Home-2 bdrm, 37 ft, $50 per
of Yukon will feature lower prices. mo, avail May 1; A. B. Herrod, AlC/
the April 20 meeting which begins Monday. The collection include books on cooking -
Branch 126. histories of war, ancient civilizations, America' national AP, Ext. 8393 or EV 74752.
year period this figure will parks and many more. Fur -3 bdrm, 2 batth, $125 per
The annual Spaghetti Supper reach several billion yearly. mo; Capt. Williams B. Moody, EV-
will be held at the Riverside
114-26.
There are already grumblings in
Lions Club, Saturday, April 22, Congress over this hunk of the OVER 50,000 BOOKS IN THIS 'n' That

1700-2000, 1240 So. McDuff Ave. budget going to retired per- Ride Wanted-To Mar Bk., Bldg. 527
The public is invited. All romf 5334 Bately Rd; must be at work
you'can sons and now career enlistedmen STATION LIBRARIESLibraries
1500; J. S. Smith, SP 1255.
eat, with all the trimmings.One must depend almost whollyon

dollar for adults, 50 cents the FRA to protect their aboard the Station will join the Navywide

for children. I rights on Capital Hill observance of National Library Week beginning Monday NASAIamedaGainsLargest
Death is something none of us I with special intended to to
personnel
Branch 91 is well-known as programs encourage NARTUOakland
like to think about. It is something -
being friendly and progressive.The use the facilities to the fullest.
nevertheless, that we Naval Air Station, the
FRA Club at 8554 Roose- The three main libraries on
must make definite plans for. The celebration of Library Week second largest Naval Reserve
velt Blvd., Orange Park, is the base ,at Mainside in Building
Our family's needs are still starts Friday with a Story Hour Air Station, has moved to NAS,
Three at Naval Air Technical
to all and the ,
open servicemen for children at 1600 in
present after we are gone. The King Alameda, Calif., to become thenation's
general public. It is not a Training Unit in Building 563, Hall. New books donated the
is by
FRA ready to extend a help- largest Naval Air Re-
and Hospital Building 11-2009
"closed corporation" which restricts NATTU Officers' Wives will
ing hand to the widow of any serve Training Unit.
patronage strictly to are loaded with books, over 50- also be exhibited.
member. Who else is better NARTU Alameda thus joins
qualified to insure that the wid- FRA members.The 000 of them, plus numerous Comdr. Charles Duggins of the Naval Air Reserve organi-

ow receives the benefits that membership of Branch 91 periodicals, pamphlets and news- NARTU will moderate special zation that includes 35,000 'selected -
is rising again after a drop during "Panel Discussion" entitled
are rightfully hers? FRA is papers. reservists of the Navy and
composed of career Navy&Marines I last year. The club itself is LIBRARY. "Help Unmask Communism,'' 7000 from the Marine Corps
NATTU'S staff has
who understand the prob- Ion its feet again and is well Wednesday at 2000 at King Hall.It who train one weekend a
lems of Navy-Marine people. on its way to paying off the arranged an interesting programfor will deal with the American month and two weeks every

Ladies auxilliary FRA Unit I building mortage. personnel and dependents. traditions vs. Marxist ideologies.All year as "Weekend Warriors".

126 meeting, April 13, at Meet- personnel, including their In the program there are Naval -
ing Hall, 200D. t wives and senior high school Reserve Air Stations and

A students are invited to partici- six NARTUs The reserve air

National secretary Emertis pate in the discussion. stations are located at Los

Lofgren, the Fleet Reserve As- NATTU ALSO has a session Alamitos, Calif.; Glenview, Ill.;
sociation's life-long friend, paida r : slated for Boy Scouts in which Dallas; Seattle; Atlanta; Min-

special visit to Branch 91 last they will try to solve the my- neapolis; New York; New Or-

Thursday night. He was in Jax stery of the library. Date and leans; Grosse lie, Mich; Ola-

on his way to his west Virginia time for this event has not been the, Kansas; Willow Grove, Pa.;

home after a Florida vacation. set.Miss and South Weymouth, Mass.

Shipmate Lofgren, who was Iona Nelson, librarian at NARTUs are at Jacksonville,

National Secretary for 26 years NATTU, also announced that in Memphis, Norfolk, Alameda,

and, who more than anyone conjunction with the observance, Lakehurst and Anacostla.

man has been responsible for interested personnel may obtain Mainside are 0830 to 2100, Mon-
the continued growth and suc- y copies of three selected biblio-
day through Friday and 1300 to
ess of the FRA, gave a short graphies made available especially 2100 Saturday, Sunday and holi-
t
talk to Branch 91 members. 't'' b 5 4 r t'r for library week. They are days.

He brought out the fact that Professional Reading from the The Naval Hospital library is

Navy and Marines Corps enlisted Notable Naval Books of 1960; featuring a display with the

career men need the FRA Books for Toastmasters; and I theme of, "Civil War Books,"

now more than any other time cd'eyS1 > Readings on Communism.The librarian Mrs. Janet Ruge re-
in history-and will continue to NATTU Library is open ports. Also included are new
need the association as time from 0930 to 2100, Monday additions on the Naval Space

goes on.This ? b z r Ssri!(' through Friday' and 1300 to 2100 Age. The library at the Hospital
is evident in consideringthat Saturday, Sunday and holidays.Mrs. .J open 0800 to 1630 Monday

the national budget now TAKING OVER THE HELM-Comdr. A. A. Cipolal (right) Margaret Clees, librarianat through Friday, and on Tuesdayand
accepts the gavels as new president of the Jax Navy Officers Mainside,
dollarsto announces that
about 1% billion a Thursday evening from
pays Toastmasters Club 546. from Larry Webb, Lt. Governor of
the armed services retired District 47. Comdr. Cipolat was installed at last Thursday's new picture book section is now 1700 to 1900 and 1300 to 1700 on

lists. Projected over a 10 to 20 meeting at the Officers Club. available. Hours of operation at Sunday.i .



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4 lAX AIR NEWS

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Wise Veteran, Wife Should // Ya' ,J,



Discuss Widow's BenefitsThere Ask Us"If

are too many widows who apply for their widow's ben- { } w'a
efits and have no idea as to what they may be entitled, declaresB. y you had a choice of a par-

J. Gannon, Officer in Charge of the Jacksonville VA Office, 311 ticular profession 'and would be

West.. .Monroe St.. gu ranteed'security in that job
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It would be wise for every I for life, what profession would
veteran and his wife to discuss her prior marriages were legally you select-within reason, of
dissolved.As .
this matter together seriouslyso course?"

that the wife will understand safeguards against situa- That was the question of the

what, if any, insurance she tions such as these, Gannon week put to personnel aboard
. might get from VA, and what suggests the following for wivesof the Station by the Jax Air

other benefits she can count on veterans: look into your ?k'1w > 3 'te News'.
in the event of her husband's rights as a widow: be certain "If I had it to do all over

deathIN that, in case of an emergency, again I would study medicine.specialize .

ONE CASE RECENTLY you can find without delay the I would not w, ..w. '.";:1.

the widow came in to apply for veteran's discharge papers, in- I r '' ;. t''
death benefits on her deceased surance papers, marital docu- would be a" .

husband's National Service Life ments, children's birth records, ; ,, 'd r general practitioner. -
Insurance. She was shocked to etc: discuss the naming of ben- I

{earn that she was not the prin- eficiaries on the insurance and started to do >:
cipal beneficiary of the insur- the settlement plan selected for this but decid-

ance-the veteran's sister had the insurance to be paid under. ; ed I wanted to > <

been named to receive the insurance Information is available at the learn to fly, so .

of proceeds and the Veterans Administration Office, that killed Close

\ designation had never been 311 West Monroe St., Jaskson- that idea." Lcdr. R. J. Close, f

changed by the insured. As it ville. There is also available for Titusville, Fla., here for two h

turned out, the sister had predeceased 15 cents, from the Superintendent weeks active duty at NARTU.

the veteran so the wi- of Documents, U. S. Gov- FEEDING TIME AT THE COLONY-Lexter Branson bio- "I just don't know. I haven't e:
'- dow did get the insurance, but ernment Printing Office, Wash- logical aide at the Disease Vector Control Center at NAS, given it any thought. I am just
ington 25 D.C. feeds the cockroaches: at the Center's insect colony. The roaches -
after considerable pamphlet
only delay, a en- contented being a housewife.
are fed dog food pellets and water. The Center also raises 'All'
. because she first had to obtain titled "Federal Benefits for Vet- flies, black widow spiders and other pests as part of a study of Before I married, I was a secretary .
proof that the sister-in-law had erans and Dependents." insect resistance. but I
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died. ological aide is in charge of the had no desireto

Too, a widow must establish insectary. He tends to the cul- continue a

that she was the legal wife of ivation, feeding and watering of ; secretarial ca-

the veteran. This means that .4g'i't the insects. reer. I have a

j if there were prior marriages, There are seven common full-time job

the, VA must have proof in the IITh 4tW types of cockroaches, stated with four chil ,
form of certified copies of the ; i& J tsr: Branson. They vary from 5/8 dren." Mrs.

records of dissolution of all pri- inch to 1% inches long. The t L_________,_ Lois Gresham, 1
or marriage of both the veteran smallest' is the German cock- Gresham wife of James

and his wife, as well as a copy roach and the largest the Flor- N. Gresham, AEl, Instructorat
of their marrige record. In such ida or Palmetto cockroach. The AE "A" School, NATTU.

cases, the VA can assist in ob- $. other types are the Oriental, "That's hard to say because
Io
taining the necessary documents the Australian, the Brown, the I've been in thhe Navy since I 1

but only if the widow can furn- American roach, and the Brown graduated ;,
j ish all the essential informa- Bonded cockroach. from high

tion such"as the names of part- ALL INSECTS are stored in school. I have

ies involved, dates and placesof glass containers. The glass jar never given it
the prior divorces and deaths. any thoughtand
has
a tight screen over it. Thereis
ONE CASE HAS been pending also a thin film of vasolineon it's too

since February 1959, the date the the sides of the jar to pre- late now, I am
widow first filed her claim be-
,
satisfied
vent the roaches from escaping.All very
the widow has been unable -
cause
containers are stored ina with my Navy 1
to furnish proof that all "
climate-controlled room, with career. AubPearson
humidity and temperature reg- rey L. Peason, ADC, Aircraft
Air Show Restated ulated. The roach jars are lined Maintenance. 11C

with corrugated paper, which "That wouldbe e

I, At Herlong SundayThe -COCKROACH FAMILY Seven types of cockroaches are provides a haborage for the hard to an- I'
raised at the Disease Vector Control Center here. They vary small ones. The big roaches are swer. I intendto
from 5/8 to 1% inches in length. The Center reports that most addicted to stay in the
cannibalism if the
Air Power Show originally -
roaches are resistant to many of today's modern insecticides.
scheduled last Sunday at young are not protected. Theyare Navy for security I iti i

Herlong Field has been rescheduled fed dog food pellets and retire-
Disease Vector Control water. ment benefits
for this Sunday, spon- C
The black widow is and educational -
spider
sors of the event have an-
nounced. Keeps Colony HummingSpringtime an enemy of the roach. They programsFlint 11'r

The static display portion will trap roaches for food. Spidersare s u c has
and also USAFI .1 didnt have much timeto
summer- very prevalent in
be at 1100 while the two-
open most cockroaches in Florida are a
in Florida much Florida. thing about another
time brings profes-
hour aerial show will
special resistant to the best insecticides."We .
joy as people plan beach par- THE COMMON house is sion because I was 17 years-old
begin at 1400. The static display run studies in the live fly
will feature aircraft of the mil- ties, weenie roasts and va- cockroach colony to check their also raised at the local insect- when I enlisted and World WarII r.gc.
cations. But it also brings was on. I haven't thought of
Used
for
itary services and commercial resistance to different insecticides. ary. testing of differ-
planes. The aerial acts will feat- cockroaches, flies, mosquitoes Some are actually very resistant ent insecticides, the flies are feda anything else except the Navy."
and a myriad of bugs mixture of George H. Flint, YNl, ComFair
powdered
eggs,
ure delayed parachute jumps, while others have not Jax.
wing riding, airplane comedyskit out of hiding. built up a defensive mehanism," sugar, and powdered milk in

smoke writing, high speed While householders arm them- he said. the dry form. Why is it? -That everybodywants
acrobatics and other action. selves with insecticides and instruments The flies are grown in a med-
"The resistance test procedure to go to heaven but no-
of insect-destruction, ia of wheat bran
Admission to the show, spon- is a standarized test set up alfalfa meal body wants to die?
there's one unit at NAS Jax that and oat hulls. The
grains fermentand ....
sored by the Jax Junior Cham- by the World Health Organization -
works just as hard to keep the become a media 'for fliesto
ber of Commerce, is $1.00 for ," continued Comdr. Electrican: Have you any four
insects alive.In breed in as close to
adults and 50 for children. All Stains. "There are very few insecticides a natural volt, two-watt bulbs?"
fact the Disease Vector Con-
media as possible.The .
personnel are invited to utilizea left that will kill SK: "For what?" 1
trol Center located in the
Dispen- stored
Navy bus which will leave roaches. Particularly, the Ger- product pest, or Klec: "No, two." [DiSc
sary Building, has insects by the weevil, is another studied
Administration small roach is by SK: 'Two what?"
the
BuildingOne man or very
millions thriving in colonies, liv- the center. This pest is foundin IK.Stt.
Field is difficult to '" Elec: "Yes."
1300.
at Herlong destroy.
ing it up. But not for long. The stores of grain and cereal
located on State Highway 228, cockroaches flies and THE COLONIES of insects
are
spiders, products in commissaries and hand at present hjPage.
otherwise known as NormandyBlvd. other raised for also used to provide a ready
pests are a pur- warehouses. They eat starch Best method of preventingthese N
pose--to be used in experimentsand source of specimens for training. from grain and. the casing of insects from invading your W
training programs to con- Members of all the branches of grain.
home, says the Disease Vector A
EM Marine Wives Meet duct resistance studies. the Armed Forces are trained The DVCC Insectary also pre- Control Center is good house-

Enlisted Marine Corps Wives THE "BUG" THAT brings periodically at the Center in pares insect specimens for stu- keeping procedures. Keep food

Club will hold its monthly meet- complaints from those new to identification and control of the dent trainees. These insects are covered, garbage in cans, deb-

Ing April 17, at 200 at Bldg. 527. the area is the cockroach, which insects. The course is four imbedded in Polyvinil resin, ris out of the way and the Ti:

Hostesses for the evening will seems to just love Florida. Ac- weeks long. Between 15 and 25 which takes 24 hours to cure and house and yard clean, and the Uof

be Mrs. J. E. Dieter and Mrs. cording to Comdr. G. S. Stains, servicemen attend each class. harden. Some 150 specimens of battle can be won, the
I Frank Terlizzi. Officer-in-Charge of the Center, Lexter :Branson, a civilian bi- different type insects are on DVCC. says

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Marines Of NA'TO Top




J s : Faetu For Cage Crown



Marine Aviation Detachment of NATTU rules the roost

V. :; ] >: <. : today as 1960-61 All-StaUon intramural basketball championby

virtue of an 85-76 triumph over Mainside titleholder

t FaetuLant. Detachment_ Two, last Friday at Mainside Gym.
;4 Faetu's inability to connect
markers respectively
from the free throw line cost
Dick Pendley of Faetu was
them the title. Faetu caged '31
high point maker in the fray
S field goals compared to MAD'S
4
hitting the bucket for 21. Larry
_. 32, but was only able to hit on
Cook chalked up 21 points,
r 14.31 at the foul line, while
with Gore and Cramer hitting
MAD netted 21 charity tosses in
for 19 and 13 points.
28 attempts.It .
wY Summaries:
4 was nip and tuck all the
MAD
way, with the outcome in doubtup
: Name Goal FT P
until the last several min
:
CIANI 8 2-2 18
: utes of play. Faetu had several
HOLMES 6 5-6 17
good chances to overcome the
YAGER 6 2.3 14
lead but blew it from the free
LEIBER 4 5-7 13
3 throw line.
<
# + $ .. HIGGINS 5 0.0 10
Y Five Marines hit in double fig-
YJY. > SHAFFER 2 3-5 7
ures, with Pete Ciani canning
{ KIRK 1 2-3 4
18, followed by Nelson Holmes
ALL STATION CHAMPS-Here are the newly crowned All-Station Basketball Champions i BOSS 0 2-2 2
bf Marine Aviation Detachment of NATTU. They captured the title by downing Mainside with 17. Yager, Leiber and,
hampion FaetuLant, 85.76 in the playoff contest last Thursday. Front row (left to right) are Higgin hit for 14, 13 and 10. -
32 21.28 85
Barmen Cisco. Wayne Box, Bernie Higgins Bill Kirk Larry Cross and team captain Robert Bush.
enter row Pete Clan John Shaffer, Jerry Tut! Don Sennott. Ed Straker and coach Bill Mil- Wilson Troendle FAETU
ere Back row Tom Teeter, Dave Leiber. Bob Yager. Norman Holmes and Richard White. PENDLEY 9 3.6 21

Pace TenPinnersIn COOK 8 4.6 20

GORE 9 1-4 19
Boxers Mainside intramural bowl-
x CRAMER 4 5.9 13
fAX AIR ing last week, Bob Wilson of
TUCKER 1 1.5 3
SPORTS VP-18 Phantoms was the top
FETTERMAN 0 0.1 0
All-Navy NEWSillainside single-game kegler with 232, 31 14.31 76
and E. L. Troendle of the Spar-
Totals 39 I 137.76 FAETU
Title tans rolled the highest aggre- Totals 37 I (8.85 MAD
am gate with 592.

In the American League the "So you finally asked daddyfor
ax Navy did it again in Softballers OpenTwoLeague
leading VA-44 Hornets (296 %- my hand", the girl sighed.
Boxing Tourna-
j All-Navy ) had a bye, and three teams "Tell me everything, what did
bit at Newport R. I. last Action
MondayIntramural enjoyed shut-outs over their opponents he say?"
|ek by walking off with the 1 1I I I I
: Dental over Dudes,
"Nothing", said the boy. Hc
official team honors, taking softball action opens at Mainside l Monday with 22
Marines "A" the Able
firsts. I teams in the fold, eleven teams each competing in the American and over I just fell on my neck and sob-
fee I Dogs, and the Road Runnersover bed".
National Leagues. .
opping All-Navy titles were the Grounders. Hospitaltook

Idleweight Jim Rossette, Teams entered in the American Fair Jax vt A/C Malnt; 1700, Yorktown A/C Maint. "A" 3-1; Dis- ADA beat the Scope Dopes; and

for welterweight Landy Dove League are Aircraft Maintenance Field, FAETU vi Admin 1700, Saratoga pensary beat 'Ops AUW 3-1; FAET "B" upended A/C Maint

featherweight Pat Brady Administration, Marines, Field, Dispensary vi Marines; 1700, Goers dumped the Holy Rollers "C" 3-1.

outhpaw Rossette, who hadn Operations, Overhaul and Repair Enterprise Field, NARTU vi Operations 3-1; FAETU "A" downed the VP-5's MAD Foxes now lead
Supply NARTU, Dispensary ; and 1930, Enterprise Field, Sup-
| previous Navy titles in the Faetulant ComFairJax and ply vi O&R.Tueiday1700. Wood Choppers 3-1; and the the National loop with a 26-6

theavy and heavyweightks Albemarle Field, VP30 Untouchables mowed down the slate, after winning over the

kayoed Bill Polk of Lan- Hospital. t vt VP-5; 1700, Yorktown Field, VA- Grocers 3-1. Vagabonds 4-0. The only other

in 2:30: of the first round BATTLING it out for National 165 vi VA-35; 1700, Saratoga Field, Only two 4-0 victories were shutout was the Rolling Pins

the finals; Dove won over honors will be VP-30.VA-165, I VAP-62 vi Air Force 679th; 1700, En- witnessed in the Continental, victory over Disbursing "B".

[lladin Pelliccia, NorLant, by VAP-62, VA-44, VU-10, VP-5, terprise Field, VA-44 vi A3D School; The Scatter Pins scuttled the j The Fire Crackers split 2-2 with
and 1930, Hospital Field, VU-10 vi
o in 1:35: of the second; VA-35, Air Force 679th, A3D FAW-11 Neversails, and pace setting the Boomerangs; 3rd Crewmen

dIe Brady won a unanimous I School,Fleet Air Wing Eleven Wednesday!700 Albemarle Fl.I I d, A/C Maint "B" ((28-4)) trounced shorted the Electrons 3-1; O&R

[cision over Bill Norman, Lan-I and VP-16. FAETU vi Hospital; 1700 Yorktown VP-30 "A". The Spartans had beat VP-30 "B" 3-1; Air Force

eet. Four diamonds have been readied Field, Dispensary vs A/C Maint; 1700, the only league split 2-2 with 679th won over the Phantoms

for the including Saratoga Field, NARTU vi Admin; 1700, I 3-1 did FAW-11 Blue
I Bantamweight, Tony Elumba, season, the Raiders; the Play Boys de- ; as over
I Jax Navy almost made it Yorktown, Saratoga, Enterpriseand Enterprise Field, Supply vi Marines; feated Marines "B" 3-1; Army the Pan Handlers.
,
1930, Hospital Field, O&R vi Opera
it lost in the finals to Larryi Hospital. tions.
HERE'S THE schedulef or the
i of WesPac. Other Jax Navy Thundiy-1700 Albemarle Field, VP- s

ngmen in the All-Navy, fly- week of intramural softball: 5 vi VA-165; 1700, Yorktown Field,

[eight Ling Ortiz and heav- AAonday-1700, Albemarle Field, Corn- VA-35 vi VAP-62; 1700 Saratoga Field,
Air Force 679th vi VA-44; 1700, En-
veight Roger Barclay were he lost in the finals, was chosen I terprise Field, FAW-11 vi A3D School;

|iminated in the first round.i for the inter-service for his fine and 1930, Enterprise Field, VU-10 vi

Rossette, Dove and Elumba performance. 30.

avel to Hamilton AFB, Calif. Brady decided not to make

|I participate in the Inter- the trip to California and is now IM Golfers Open

f-rvice tournament which helms out of the service, having been

April 19. Elumba, although separated this week. Loop Play Monday



lax! Navy Volleyballersiyeina i iI I I competition Seventeen the Mainside which teams intramural opens are enteredin Mon-golf



(:I day.Here's
I All-Navy TitleJax how the first week's

schedule stacks up:

Navy's volleyballers locals met ComFive again after Monday-Air Force 679th v

evidently are determined togo the latter had disposed of Corn- Admin front nine i 1430;

all the way.Representing Eight.In VA-44 v VP-30, back nine, 1430; J

the Sixth Naval the SE finals the 6ND rep- Hospital "B" v Marines, front

District, they captured the resentatives crushed ComFive nine, 1500; Hospital "A" v Com- ,

South Atlantic Regional held at again, 15-4 and 15-2 to win FairJax, back nine, 1500. J ":"

[ Norfolk last week with four the event. I Wednesday-VP-5 v Operations .., ;{'.

straight victories. The Fliers now Jax picked up four more I front nine, 1430; A/C ',1'1

have their eyes set on the All- players, two from Memphis and Maint v VA-165, back nine .,.

N a v Y Volleyball Tournment two from Kingsville, Tex. to add : 1430; O&R v VA-35, front nine '

which began yesterday at NAS to their roster as they headedfor 1500; VAP-62 v FAETU, back t.

Alameda, Calif. the All-Navy competition. nine, 1500. 1
the SE I Thursday-VA 44 v Admin,
The 6ND champs, playing intheir Jax players comprising
include back nine, 1430; VP-5 v Corn-
usual determined manner, Regional representative CHAMPIONSHIP TUSSLE-Marine Aviation Detachment'sDave
n-astered ComFive 17-15 and coach Tom McGuckin, Jim Pitts, ; Fair Jax, front nine, 1500; Hospital Leiber (left) and Faetu's Ron Tucker try for the tipoffat
,
15-8 in their first SE Regional I John Loper, Bill Manley, Gabe I "A" v Marines, back nine, the opening whistle of last week's All-Station playoff fracas.
and Buck Callahan. 1500. The NATTU Leathernecks won the championship game, 85-76.
affair. After ,drawing a bye, the Champagne



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CIVIL SERVICE (Continued from Page 1)

will be promoted November 16

and Earl M. Rochester, CSCA,

I News In Review on January 16, 1962 at Fleet

Air Wing Eleven.

There have been a lot of beneficial ..I Two men attached to Com-

suggestions awards pre- the Defense Department the FairJax will put on the hard

I sented to employees at NAS Jax, Army, and Air Force has one hat soon. They are Bobby B.

and some individuals have per system, while the Navy has its Blair, PNCA, November 16 and

sonally contributed plenty of own. John N. Garbarini, AOCA, on

ideas, but have you ever wondered The House unit is disturbedthat May 16.PATROL.

who the champion is among government wage boards in SQUADRON Five

Benny Suggers in the Navy? a particular area will set a dif- VHL3 had seven men promoted. They

f When Elmer Riddick Sr. recently ferent scale of pay for identical were: July 16, M. F.\Arenburgh,

received his 76th cash types of jobs. AOCA; A. F. Hurley, PNCA;

award submitting a costcuttingidea The House unit realizes that Sept. 16, J. M. Bolin, ADRCA;

under the Benny Suggers living costs vary from section C. E. McClure, ADRCA; Novem-

program at Norfolk, he becamethe to section and it has no illusions : ber 16, C. H. Simms, ADCA; R. R.

acknowledged champion idea about acheiving standard pay for a,. G Ca Maldonado, CSCA; January 16,

man among civilian employeesof all wage board workers. But 1962, G. E. Russell, AMHCA.

the services around the world. the House group does feel it is Five first class from VP-30

Riddick, 59, is a photolitho- practicable and desirable to were promoted. They were, D. L.

grapher at the Norfolk Naval achieve a uniform standard scaleof P. Williams, ADRCA; November

Shipyard. In 18 years of taking pay for all government wage 16, F. Dias, AOCA; September

part In the suggestion programhe board employees in their par- 16, G. W. Sullivan, AMHCA;
has come up with 183 ideasof ticular job groups in the locale READY FOR POOL SEASON Water safety Instructor November 16, N. Caruthers, AD-
Harold Cline (right) explains to five newly licensed lifeguardsat
which 84 have been adoptedand where they are employed, regardless RCA; and L. L. Bedell, AMHCA.
NAS the correct way to apply the back-pressure, arm-lift
76' have brought him more of government depart- method of artificial respiration. Although the mouth-to-mouth New chiefs from VA-44 will

than $5,000 In awards. ment of agency for whom they system Is now recognized as being more efficient knowledge of be; May 16, J. C. Edgin, ADJCA;
Right now Riddick has three work. an alternate method is deemed desirable. Bill Crandal appliesthe H. Ormerod, ADJCA; A. Shack-
while Graham Coolige plays the victim. Three
other ideas submitted pressure leford AECA July 16, C. A.
which ;
lifeguards observing are (left to right) Bob Lahrochar. Ron
may add to his score of 76 cash. Storch and Elias Rivera. The exact opening date of the Station Barron, AOCA; R. E. Nelson-
winning suggestions. To what NAVY SECRETARYON outdoor pools has not yet been announced. but reports are that AOCA; C. H. Poirier, HMCA;

does Riddick attribute his re- they should be In operation soon. Sept 16, L. Crist, AOCA; No-

markable record? "Just think TV THIS SUN. 'ember 16, J. H Clark, AMSCA

ing, that's all," he says. He still Secretary of the Navy JohnB. Trailer Families Due D.M. Clary, ADRCA; January 16,

has to win the top award of Connally Jr. will appear as 1962 H. I* Browning, BMCA.

$25,000, the highest that the II special guest on the CBS-TV I For Break SoonTrailer Attack Squadron 35 will pro-
services offer, and he's in there program "Issues and Answers" Big mote three men on Sept. 16, C.
trying. I H. Barden ADRCA W. J. Ed-
Sunday, April 16, at 1630. ;
moving allowance for service families may soon wards, AOCA; and January 16,

Administration support for two The program will be rebroadcast be raised. A bill to increase the trailer allowance is on its' C. A. Bishop, AMSCA.W. .

of the bills involving government by the ABC radio networkat way to the Budget Bureau from the Defense Department.It .i W. Nichols, AMSCA, of

employees has been announced. 2030 the same day. is expected to reach Congress soon. I ,VA-165 will be promoted on

The Kennedy administration has I The bill will, according to July 16.
mile
are limited to 20 cents a
given it support to the bill to im- Explorers To Hold reliable sources, remove the Six men from VAP-62 will
for the cost of moving their
prove travel allowances for em ceiling on trailer allowances and receive hard hats. They are:
home on a permanent change of
ployees. The bill would increaseper Car Wash SaturdayMembers i pay trailer costs before a man station. They usually find it May 16, J. I.. Hargreave, ADJ;
diem from $12 to $15 a day.It moves. CA; September 16, R. C. Hazel-
costs quite a bit more than that
would also reimburse employees of the Explorer Post wood, PRCA; November 16, W.
with commercial haulers.
for parking fees. 131, one of the NAS sponsoredBoy UNDER THE present law mo- L. Clark, PHCA, K. Schrader,
The bill would not set any
The Scout groups, will conducta bile home and trailer owners PHCA; January 16, 1962, R. A.
administration is also sup- legal dollar limit; it would au-
porting the Car Wash Day Saturday at Gaudreau, PHAC, and R. T.
measure to amend thorize the services to pay the
the Hiss Act to limit the parking lot in front of the Jones, ADJCA.
its appli- Sky Diving Club fair cost of such move on the
cation to security and loyalty CPO Club on Yorktown Ave. shortest route.

cases. This measure would ben- Activity begins at 0800 and Being, OrganizedThere THE MOST recent surveys in- Health

efit both civilian employees will continue until dark. Pro- will be an organiza- dicate the cost of moving a mo- (Continued from Page 1))

and active duty personnel. The I ceeds from ,the project will help tional meeting of the newly bile home runs around 35-38 tivities, Marine Recruiting and

act prohibits retired pay for pay for the Post's upcoming formed Jax Navy Sky Diving cents a mile.If Naval Reserve Training Center

persons convicted of a felony. summer cruise. Club Thursday, April 20, at the trailer costs were paid recorded 100 percent; while

Many men who committed minor Mainside Gymnasium, Build- before a man moves it would among the larger units Fleet Air

offenses years ago, were pun- ing 3 at 1900. Personnel interested eliminate one of the major Wing Eleven posted an amazing
ished or excused, then contin- problems of service trailer
in joining the club own- 94.1% participation, NAS Cecil
ued to work, only to be denied are invited to attend. ers. At present they don't get Field, 84.8% and CommanderFleet

retired pay .years.; .later. Anyone having information reimbursed for their moving Air Jacksonville, 82.2%.
until after their travelis
expenses
regarding
a qualified
para-
LARGEST contributions money-
The merging of various act- chute instructor in this area, completed. Since carriers re-. wise from ComFairJaxunits
ivities within the Defense De- quire advance payment, this put came
.
please contact Lt. D. L. Dukes, who donated $6,506, including
partment may not be confined a severe strain on the budgetof
Ext. 660
Army ADA Section. $2,900 each from the carriers
only to the military. Mergingof V the service family.
Saratoga and Roosevelt and
a number of civilian activitiesmay
$1500 from the Shangri-La; and
also be in the wind. a
rw Seeking Field CommentsOn from units allied with NAS Jax

Recruiting of civilians in par- who gave $6,489.Following .
ticular is' likely to be
unifiedin
is a list of the par
the future. Also, some train- Leadership ProgramThe
ticipating activities, their per-
ing operations may be run on and the
of
Bureau of Naval Per centage participation
a basis. the "indicia"
common pamphlet forma
sonnel is sending out a lead- comment and evaluation amount contributed:
ership questionaire to a 11 ComFairJax, $6506 and 82.2%;
A move has been started by sheet which commands can
ships and stations and is ask- NAS Jax and allied units, $6489
the House to let the Bureau know
Civil Service Man- use
y"ea ing for field comments by and 66.1%; 18 destroyers based
.Jt what think of the
they
power Subcommittee to establisha ques-
September 1. at Naval Station Mayport, $1789
single government wage board The Navy Leadership Working tions. and 66.1%; NAS Cecil Field,
system to set salaries ,of all of The questions, ranging in
Group has worked up the $1450 and 84.8%; Fleet Air Wing
the government's 750,000 per quiz which it hopes will give subject matter from military Eleven, $1283 and 94.1%; NAT-
standards to
ef-
diem employees. management
some indication as to how TU, $1056 and 60.6%; Naval Sta-
Headed by Rep. James Davis, the program is working out. fectivesness. In general, they tion Mayport, $671 and 63.3%;

the group has directed its staffto BUPERS FEELS that the I are probing questions designed Naval Hospital, $399 and 36.3%;
to show how much of
work with various defense publication of the questionswill NARTU, $220 and 60.2%; Naval
'I' agencies and other Federal units serve two purposes. It I what is taught in leadership Ordnance Depot Yellow Water,
training is rubbing off to af-
involved in the situation, as'' will act as a guide to inspectors $169 and 75.6%; MARTD, $68 and
I well as to make its own investigation and a "blueprintof fect the serviceman's daily 67.1%; Resident Industrial Man-

I and studies, to see what K. action" for those who are life. ager, $62 and 76.5%; ComNabSix -

I can be done about improvingthe to be inspected.The $54 and 87.5%; Navy Re-
What we don't know need not
present system. Bureau regards it as a cruiting Office, $44 and 54.8%;

Under the present system Individual DUMB BLONDE?-Tain't so development tool to be used hurt us but it sure gives the Navy Area Audit Office, $24 and

government wage says delectable and curvaceous in improving the program by neighbors a lot to talk about. 48%; Naval Reserve Training
...
boards are scattered throughout Sheri Zarvai as she assumed comparing the answers it pro- Center, $14.35 and 100%; Ma-
1 the country, often working at an academic pose to remind duces In several inspectionsover The credit card has created rine Corps Reserve Training

cross-purposes with each other, servicemen Week thai will be National observed Library a period of time. another American firstInstantDebt Center, 13 and 60%; and Marine

j the House unit says. Even in'' April 1622. THE LAST two pages of Recruiting, $11 and 100%.

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