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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: May 18, 1961
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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New Uniform



Rules State J11X



Summer PolicySeveral


changes in NAS Jax

uniforms regulations have been

set forth in a new instruction Vol. 19 No. 7 U. S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 18 May 1961
issued last week.
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states Chief that change women in will the rules wear Parachutists To Highlight AF Program Here

gloves at all times when out of

doors with the Service Dress '" ,.. I .,"' "",...."""' ''','',,..... ,.._,..",.",..,.",.. ,.,.....,"' .....,.WN. _.''''
Bravo Uniform. -

women ANOTHER to wear CHANGE clear plastic permits rain- .; 1 Gates Open At 1100 ForSaturday's

coats from the period 1 April f

through 31 October. : Open House

Other specific rules for women \t
emphasize that plain black pumps, ':
::
with conventional heel (French : \ j A series of parachute drops by personnel of the Army's

heels are not considered conven- J 13th Special Forces Group will highlight the Armed Forces
)' House at the Naval Air Station.
tional) measuring not more than Day Open program Saturday

2%" nor less than 1" in height, .L-:..' ] Gates open at 1100. .
measured from the seam of sole j jve Approximately 40 personnel ofthe
Special Forces Group a
,
to base of heel on the outside StandardizedSN
Jacksonville reserve outfit com-
edge of heel, will be the only
manded by Lt. Col Henry Wolfs,
type worn.
will begin their jumps at 1400
Plain back lace-type oxford Exams
over the parade ground area off
with heel not higher than 2W
Yorktown Ave. The Army men
lower than 1" measured from
nor will bail out in small groups Set For
the forward edge be Navy
may worn
from two C-47 troop carriers, in
with slack and dunagree uni-
l several passes over, the area. I
form only and when otherwise An innovation in the advancement
.. Best vantage point for viewingthe
:
will
specifically prescribed. .r Y00f t test for Seaman (E-3)
jumps is in the vicinity of
begin in July. All personnel will
MALE PERSONNEL
are reminded the football stadium.
in the directive, NAS THE SPECIAL FORCES unit, take a standard advancementexam
the fleet.
Jax 1020.3F that flight and foul t dubbed the mid-20th century throughout

weather clothing may be worn commandos, are trained for The Naval Examining Center at

only in specified areas. Theseare :. guerilla activities behind enemy Great Lakes is working up the

the hangar areas, on the lines in time of combat. The E-3 exams and will soon start

flight line, or other authorized group has operating detachmentsin shipping them to ships and sta-

places of work, directly betweenthe eight major Florida cities as tions throughout the Navy.IN .

barracks and place of work, k&oa wibt'svv.: ca.ca.i: r v well as in North Carolina and PAST YEARS, the E-3

directly between hangar areas, GETTING READY FOR ARMED FORCES DAY These Alabama.The exams were administered locally -
flight line or other authorized two members of the Army's 13th Special Forces Group from remaining portion of the Ships and stations would
place of work and the Mess Hall, Jacksonville assist each other in donning their paraphenalia will be centered in the tests
program
make their own score
for the Jumps up
in parachute
sessions preparation
during practice
and directly between the hangar to be conducted here Saturday. Sgt. Ray Shepard (left) and Hangar 15 area, where several them and either pass or flunk the ..
and the Bachelor Officers Quar- Sgt. Dane Oursler will be among the 40 Army men who will other demonstrations are plan- candidates. There was no standard -
ters or Married Officers Quar-I bail out in a series of parachute Jumps as part of the Armed ned. Following the para-drop a test-one ship might have a

(Please turn to Page 4, 1)I) Forces Day program here. Navy helicopter will demonstratethe fairly tough test while another's

I I maneuverability and versati- would be relatively simple. Some

lity of the aircraft in a series of ships used the same exam over
NX CafeteriaSets I SecNav Issues New
aerobatics.AT and over again, making the

ABOUT 1445 a UF aircraft, answers pretty easy to come by.

New HoursThe Commendation AwardA i the type used for sea and air Capt. H. H. Greer, skipper of
rescue work, will be seen in a I. Center
Navy Exchange Cafeteria, the Naval Examining
Building 3, has established new new award for officers and enlisted Navy .men has jato-assisted takeoff, followed bya I says the new examinations will

hours of operation for all mili- been established it was announced this week. The awardis firefighting demonstration. be in the form of booklets, each
the Navy Commendation for Achievement. (Please turn to Page 4, CoL 5)) I 300
tary personnel either off duty .. containing 450 questions -
and otherwise.The Officers and enlisteds on active professional items and 150 military

and inactive duty will be eligibleto items. The questions are arranged -
new hours are Monday
receive it. AF DAY AGENDAHere
through Friday, 0630 to 2300; I so the command can give

Saturday, 0730 to 2230, and Sun- This is the award Secretary of I nine different tests, each with
day, 1500 to 2230. Beer will be the Navy John B. Connolly said is the schedule of events for Saturday's Armed 100 professional questions and 50

sold commencing at 1500 in the he intended to established in his Forces Day Open House Program at NAS Jacksonville. military ones.

Cafeteria in lieu of the Bowling April speech. 1100-Gates open.1400Parachute THOSE GIVING THE TEST

Alley. The new award will rank just jumps by U. S. Army 13th Special can use any one of the nine
behind the and white Navy Forces will be made over
The new hours were established green 'Group. Drops different combinations. Since

as a means of relieving con- Commendation Medal. It will parade ground area.. Best vantage point is. these tests are usually given

gestion and improving service to consist of a citation and ribbon. o the football field. I monthly, it means there can bea

transient personnel arriving and ESTABLISHED FOR ENLIST- 1430-Helicopter demonstration, displaying maneu- different test each for sea-

departing on flights at Opera- EDS ''primarily "in recognitionof verability of aircraft. man, airman, fireman, dental-

tions. Only military person- superior leadership achieve- 1440-Jato-assisted takeoff of UF aircraft.! man, constructionman, hospitalman -
nel in duty status will be per- ment" it can also be given "for stewardsman and Waves.
1450-Exhibition by Navy firefighters.
mitted to patronize the Navy Ex- other superior achievement"
1500-J'ato-assisted takeoff of R4D aircraft. Answer sheet good for any
change Cafeteria, Building 118, which results in a "significant of the nine combinations of each
Also contribution the naval 1700-Gates closed for Open House
Operations Tower after 1700. to serv- test will be sent with the book-
military and civilian person- ice," according .to the criteria set Static displays of gear and equipment and aircraftcan lets so that they can be scored
nel are encouraged to use eating by the Secretary in establishingthe be seen in Hangar 115 and vicinity. locally.

facilities other than those at award. Public is welcome to witness takeoffs and landings It's planned to revise the
Building 118 during the working For officers, the ribbon will go of aircraft during normal flight training schedules. I or two.
day. I (Please turn to Page 4. Col. 5)) exams every year



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laskae.rR1.I --.t
t.pe. ..I...... L Reedy Commanding OfflcM X
Comdr. Robin Hel.. IxOCWttVt: OffkM: @ y' 11+ f
MAl HJQ PL..t Air lecbnft1le
Roar Adm. Konnoth Cray Commender
Cpt. Griyiton H. Wob rCipt. tttaf of Staff, ,elrJ.! .
Nation M. Hoed! Oitof of Staff, HAl Six
n..t Air Wlf Etarm
Capt. Renfro Turner, .Jr. _____ Commander
Capt. Murlln W. Alley Chief- Staff Officer: a .
Naval AIr '.....cal Trabbtf Unit > '
Capt. Robert j. flaming. \ Commanding Officer:
Comdr Marion K. Smith Executive Officer: tt
Naval Heap Hal { $
Cept. William L Englm.n. Commanding Officer
Car*. John O. Feder Executive Officer
KARTU
Cept. P. H. Holt __ __ Commanding Officer 1t ; t
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Comdr. William M. Miller Executive Officer {
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PrInted commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jtcbonvflle, Florida at no
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958
Matrlbuted. free .f charge to military and civilian penonnel of Fleet Air JecktonvilU,
Naval Air Station Naval Air Technical Training Unit Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air
!Reeerve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hotpltal.
Service Information _ -- --
Officer Comdr. Alex N. Mclrml Jr. REPRESENTING 150 YEARS
Assistant Service Information Officer -_- Andrew H. Fkney' -Five Civil Service employeeswere
Feature Editor-Mae Spencer, J01; Staff Reporteri-Sandy Martlnion, JOSN recently awarded 30 year
Ralph Bailey, AA. Photographer-Joy Beccarl, PH2. pins for their long and faith-
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association. and Southern and International ful service to the Federal government v
/ Councils of Industrial Editors. : by Capt. James R.
The Jax Air/ News li a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material Reedy, commanding officer.
,
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs They are (L to R) Capt. Reedy,
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photographs. Leslie C. Anderson O&R -- ;
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phon. extensions Arthur W. Allen. Comptroller "'#
8164, 656, 272 or 216. and
W.
Dept George Repoff
Tullis C. Kirkland both of t
.
O&R Dept and Alexander T. :
;

If Ya Ask Uscz JBy McLaughlin heads Supply representing Dept. Department :

employees are (L to R) Capt. j; ia
Thomas B. Haley, O&R Officer
Capt. Bernard L. Mc
;
Sandy Martinson JOSN Creery, Assistant Supply Officer *
I and Philip D. Myers,
;::
Do you think that safety belts be installed inVll automobiles Deputy Comptroller.

; or do you feel that it should be left to the discretion
of the individual car owner? Military Leaders I

MRS. MARY F. FRYE WIFE OF ERNEST FRYE AN,

gir' USS KITTY HAWK: "I don't know. I drive Send MessagesWHEREAS
120 YEARS TOTAl-Three Civil Service employees re-
rig a car but I haven't given it much thought. the survival of our ceive the Navy's anchor-type lapel pin for each having served
None of my friends have safety belts in cherished freedoms is dependentIn the Federal government for 40 years. Capt. James R. Reedy
their cars that I know of. I think it should large measure upon the capabilities commanding officer, during informal ceremonies presents the
be left to the 40-year pins to (L to R) Carl Stapivic Overhaul and Repair
owner to decide. But, I do of our Armed Forces to Department Shirley E. Piper Public Works. Department: and
think if someone had an accident they discourage totalitarian aggres- I Harry L. Jackson also of O&R Dept.
+k. 4.I?. couldn't get out of the car easily with a sion; andWHEREAS ---
v:" safety belt tion and cooperation in such pro- freedom.It .
on. the Armed Forcesof
COMDR. gram by civil authorities distinguished is a sound investment. As
JOSEPH D. ECKARD, USN, (Ret.): "Safety the United States serve as a private citizens.I the President has said, "Only

,.: ** .. belts and shoulder harnesses should be installed unified team, at home and across I invite the Governors of the when our arms are sufficient beyond
<::2 and used in all The the seas, in the pursuit of aI ,
cars. installationof States, the Commonwealth of doubt can we be certain
safety belts should be made into a law durable peace; and Puerto Rico, and other areas sub that they will never be em
and shoulder harnesses used." WHEREAS the strength of our ject to the Jurisdiction of the ployed." IARMED

Armed Forces rests not alone United States, and the Commissioners FORCES DAY is the

upon their active and reserve of the District of Colum- annual report on this invest-

members, our industrial productivity bit to provide for the observanceof ment, a public presentation designed -

and our human resources, Armed Forces Day within to give our own people,

WILLIAM B. HARDEN PN1, TRANSIENT PERSON- but also upon the understandingand their jurisdictions each year in and the- people of other lands
support of an informed an appropriate manner designedto who stand with us for peace with
NEL OFFICE: "I think that it should be American and
people
left ; enhance public understandingand freedom and justice, the best possible
to the
up individual car owner. It WHEREAS seek to acknow- and
we appropriation of the Armed opportunity to see
should be left to the
individual
but I think
: ledge and to manifest our appreciation Forces of the United States as understand what we have and
that safety belts are a good thing, especial for the dedication and
defenders of freedom at home why we have it.
ly in the of
case children.
self-sacrifice of the members of and abroad. Every commander throughoutour

our Armed Forces and their I also ask my fellow Americans defense system has responsibility

families: as an expression of supportfor to invite public attentionto

NOW, THEREFORE I, JOHNF. their armed froces and as a armed Forces Day activities.
SGT. SWASEY P. GRAY. MARINE AVIATION DE- KENNEDY, President of the symbol of their unity in devotionto As Secretary of Defense, I endorse

TACHMENT: "I think that it should be the United States of America and the preservation of our country their invitations and urge

decision of the individual car owner. It Commander-in-C h I e f of the to display prominently the acceptance by the public.
should be an individual decision but thereare Armed Forces of the United flag of the United States on Robert S. McNamara,

safety driving courses that people States, do hereby proclaim the Armed Forces Day. Secretary of Defense
should be made to take." third Saturday of May 1961 and IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I

the third Saturday of May in have hereunto set my hand and Armed Forces Day providesthe

each succeeding year as Armed caused the Seal of the United Services an opportunity to

Forces Day. States of America to be affixed. give an annual accounting to the
FLOYD L. WIDDOWS.. AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENTS I direct the Secretary of Defense DONE at the City of Washington people of the United States.

MECHANIC, O&R: "Well, personally, I like on behalf of the Army, the this eighteenth day of Marchin This year we, in the Navy,
Y the idea of safety belts but I don't know if Navy, the Air Force, and the the year of our Lord nineteen I would like to give the citizens of

__ it should be compulsory. I think it would Marine Corps, and the Secretary hundred and sixty-one, and of this wonderful nation somethingmore
be a big help for personal safety. I have of the Treasury on behalf of the the Independence of the United than a recitation of our

] safety belts in my car." Coast Guard, to designate that States of America the one hundred material accomplishments.We .

day each year for appropriate and eighty-fifth. rededicate ourselves anewto

ceremonies, demonstrations, and JOHN F. KENNEDY the preservation of this great

displays both at Armed Forces President of the United States land by every means at our com

MILTON K. RICHARDSON AK3, VAP-62 SUPPLY: "I installations and in civilian com- mand. We will continue to pursue

think safety belts should be installed in aU munities at the invitation of civil National defense, like the continuing with courage and convictionthe
authorities. The Secretary of De- search for peace with tasks assigned, to the end
cars for the simple reason of children who
fense, as my personal representative freedom and justice for all, is that we may assist in providing
are so hard to w ate h. Parents wouldn't shall assume responsibilityfor "everybody's business." Our investment hope and encouragement to

have to watch and worry about them fall initiating, formulating, and in this effort, the great- people who are and desire to be,
ing out of the car. Then the parents could supervising the program contem- est in our nation's history, reflects masters of their own destinies.
< keep their eyes on the road and there plated by this proclamation and our determination to ensure -I Adm. Arleigh Burke
would probably be fewer accidents." for soliciting the participa- I the peace and the future of Chief of Naval Operations




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18 May 1961 JAX AIR NEWSVP16 Page 3



Receives Many I I Chief Wins



Deployment Laurels"On Supply Dept.


the occasion of Patrol Squadron Sixteen's departure

for the United States, I wish to observe that I am pleasedto April HonorsSupply

concur in the many reports from Sixth Fleet Units which : ti t

agree that this squadron's ASW support of the Fleet has Personality of the

been outstanding in all respects," (signed Vice Admiral Month of April citation went to

George W. Anderson, Jr., Commander, Sixth Fleet). This Charles B. Prosuch, SKC, of inventory
personal message was received
the Atlantic.While division of the Supply
by VP-16 here last week as

they returned to home port at primarily based near Department.

NAS, Jax after five months deployment the live volcano, historic Mount "IN ADDITION TO DOINGan

to the Mediterranean. Etna, NAF Sigonella, Sicily outstanding job in supervisingand

ADDITIONALLY. VP-16 was while away from NAS Jax, other training other military per

lauded by Commander, Fleet stations utilized by VP-16 while sonnel in inventory functions,

Air Mediterranean; Commander- performing their mission reads Chief Prosuch has made a very

in-Chief, Allied Forces, Mediter- like a veteran tourist's itinerary. significant contribution in the
When the "Skipper" Comdr, development and
ranean; Commander, Royal Hel- application of
lenic (Greek) Navy, and other Bishop realized that a highly procedures for the new inven-

commands with whom they successful and productive deployment tory techniques used by this department -

operated during the deployment. had been safely com- ," the citation read.

Patrol Squadron Sixteen, led pleted after his homeward flight Capt. James J. Davis Jr., Sup-

by Comdr. Ralph F. Bishop arrived across the Atlantic via Lajes and WELCOME HOME-Comdr. Ralph F. Bishop (left) CO of ply Officer, indicated that Pro-
at NAF Bermuda, his first official act Renfro Commander FAW- such had performed In
Sigonella, Sicily in VP-16 is greeted by Capt. Turner an outr' -
early December 1960 and im- was to "express his personnal Eleven immediately after returning from a five month tour ...
in the Mediterranean Sea The decorated Bavarian hat w' >
gratification and sincere pride in area. 1
started
mediately earning the enviable worn by the CO exemplifies individual VP-16 flight crew }
all hands for their efforts during
reputation. With eleven identity through head gear (thisstyle is Crew One) which li j j4a'
assigned P2V "Neptunes", VP- I the Med cruise. u was prevalent during the Med Cruise.

16 flew over four thousand hours

while participating in more than ComSixOffersTrafficSafetyIdeas USO PlansDance i, )'

40 U.S. and NATO operations and

exercises, never once failing to I

carry out an assigned tak.. To Curb AccidentsSince TonightAll

WHILE
ALMOST CONTINUOUSLY
-
servicemen and their wives
engaged in some phaseof gasoline rationing ended in 1945, off-duty traffic and dates are invited to attend

ASW with Sixth Fleet, in- safety has been a major problem of the Navy. In Jacksonvilleand the Military Promenade and

dependent foreign navies, or throughout the Sixth Naval District, Navy and Marine Dance by the USO in Jackson-

NATO forces, VP-16 crews still Corps officals: are continuing a campaign to reduce service- ville tonight. ...4T

found time to complete 77 individual I connected traffic deaths and injuries to an absolute mini I
__ n ____. ___ I The dance is in celebration of
qualifying exercises and mum.
the death costs of highly special- the USO's Armed Forces Pal
score successfully in 66 ASW In 1960, 20 Navy men were
ized Navy enlisted men run as Week and will last from 2000 to
competitive exercises. Nine pilots killed and 88 injured in traffic
high as $100,000. Take, for example 2400 at the Garden Center, cor-
completed the exacting Fleet Air accidents within a 75-mile radius -
the cost of the death and ner of Post and Riverside Streets.
Wings, Atlantic proficiency requirements of Jacksonville. In addition
I replacement of a chief nuclear The dance is free and
personnelmust
and received .. .
coveted to the grief and hardship placedon aeMr
weapons man or a chief aviation wear the dress white uni- x ar
designations as Patrol Plane the families of the dead Navy
electronics technician.To form with neckerchief. Tickets C. B. Prosuch, SKC
Commanders.In men, the 20 killed here repre-
cut down this needless and I for servicemen can be obtained
maintaining versatility required sented an actual cash loss to the I I in all evalution
highly expensive slaughter of from respective division officers. standing manner
of patrol squadrons, VP- taxpayer of $1 million. The cost
which reflected in his
Navy officers and enlisted men, I areas was
16 also operated as a unit of the of the 88 who were injured Invitations for wives or dates
and at the urging of Rear Ad- last performance rating.
"Project Mercury" force and easily amounts to another half-: I can be obtained at the USO, 331
miral Kenmore M. McManes, Prosuch also has received spe-
was on station over the eastern million. I W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville.
Commandant of the Sixth Naval cial recognition at Jacksonville

Atlantic Ocean during scheduled WHEN A CAREER MAN is District, the six, Navy and Marine University by being placed on the
events. They also participated in Chief Rosa Will
killed it represents an average Corps Flag officers in the SpeakAt Dean's List for scholastic achieve

the internationally publicized loss to the Navy of $50,000. This district are exchanging information NERA MeetingChief ment in evening study courses.
"Santa Maria" incident
and in
includes the of
amount
other shipping surveillance. Pa- payment on how they are handlingthe John Rosa of Career Information Prosuch, a native of Johns-

tron-16 P2V's ranged over inter life insurance, death graturityand problem with the individual Office will be guest town, Pa., has been in the Navy
related benefits, the cost of
national Mediterranean waters commands. speaker at the regular monthly since September 1942. During his
i his service school training, sub- REAR ADM. McMANES. has I '
east to the Suez Canal and west meeting of the Naval Enlisted Navy career, he has served with'
sequent technical training, plus compiled a list of ideas that
over countless miles of I Reserve Association to be heldat distinction on various ships and
square the investment on another man could be used to cut down traffic several'
Westbrook Community Bldg.on shore activities and holds
to take his place. I I accidents. The list includes:
May 23, at 2000. awards' among which are the
Three Civilian In a large number of cases, I 1. For holiday leave periods, Asiatic Pacific, European Occupation

begin leave in the early morn- accident scenes using wrecked and Good Conduct Medals
Employees Get ployee, also enlisted in the Navyin ings instead of at the end of vehicles and plastic wound the citation pointed out. ,
November 1920 and servedfor
I the work day. moulages on dummies.

40 Year Awardssee three years. In February, 2. Flag officers to personally Many of these recommendations Capt. Davis congratulated Pro-

1924, he again entered naval I interview officers and senior among others, are in effect such on his selection as Supply
service and remained in active Personality of the Month and expressed
( photographs on page 2) petty officers who are involvedin in the Jacksonville com-

Forty year pins were recently duty until May, 1951. At the liquor-traffic cases. mands as well as throughout the his appreciation for his
time of his retirement, after over of realistic district. outstanding job that he has done
awarded to three Civil Service 3. The staging
30 years of naval service, his here at the Naval Air Station.
employees for each having served
rate was chief aviation structural
the Federal government for
forty mechanic. Jackson entered Fed- VA-165\ Pilots
years.
eral service in the O&R Dept. Fly

Capt. James R. Reedy, com- here in August, 1951, as a metal-

manding officer, presented the smith, aviation. In August, 1955, : / / r f ; Andrews Air ShowMay
pins to Carl Stapivic and HarryL. he was promoted to leadingman

Jackson, both employed at metalsmith, aviation, in which 12 through 14, pilots attached -
Overhaul and Repair Depart to Attack Squadron 165
he is
position currently serving. ,.,
ment, and Shirley E. Piper, Piper enlisted in the Navy in r ry/ f / rf r ''F.r.' Flying the Douglas AD-6 Sky-

Public Works Department. raider, performed in the Armed
January, 1919, and remained on I ; ?'. :>
STAPIVIC ENLISTED IN THE duty for 20 years. At the time of Forces Air Show held at AndrewsAir

NAVY in November, 1920, and his discharge in January, 1939, 4 y. Force Base. They demon-
remained continuously in naval he was a chief water tender. He Nyii" strated carrier approach and

service for 31 years. He retired began a civil service career in ,.
from active service in August, the Public Works Dept. in Jan- gear, before crowds estimated -

1951. He was first empleyed in uary 1941, being employed as an r r. .r.1/ ., at 20,000.Participating .
the Federal service in the O&R engineman. In June, however, r in the event were

Dept. in January, 1952 as an air- he enlisted in the Navy and VA-165's skipper, Comdr. C. H.

craft mechanic, general. Since served three years. Since Yeagle, Lt. P. M. Shannon, Lt.

that date he has served as pro- September, 1944, he has been L. H. Taylor, Lt. P. N. Anderson,

duction dispatcher and presently employed by the Utilities Divi- BEST IN THEIR RATE-Capt. J. W. Weaver, NAS Medi- Lt.jg) J. A. Booth, Lt.jg) T. P.

maintains his rate as aircraft me- sion of Public Works where he cal Officer congratulates R. J. Doyle HMC James L. Brady Taylor, Lt.jg) P.S. Ferrentinoand
HM1, Robert H. Nunn HM2 Jerald W. Turner HM3 and Louis
chanic, general. holds position of quarterman, a supporting maintenancecrew
E. Padovan HN. All received a certificate of merit for being
Jackson, another O&R em- utilities. elected as most outstanding in rate. of 35 enlisted men.




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I VP-16 Gets



Results With

'A 8 : q

r Educ. ProgramThe


long range results of Pa-
;
;
V *ii 1if trol Squadron Sixteen's edu-

+ ;"v cational program took visual
k form here Tuesday when Comdr.

y r Ralph F. Bishop, USN, Com-
manding Officer, presented ad-
vancement-in-rate certificates to
4
51 members of the squadron.

{ i fl# These advancements were the
t 1
results of Navy-wide examina-

tions taken last February when

fi 1 t MWYt: r. 125 members, or 54% of the VP-

16 on-board count, were eligibleand
took the exam's. As all I&E

1r : personnel know, if isn't the

ss crowd in the examining room

that count, but those who end

y { up in the "pass" column. When

BuPers published the grades in

e'e'f. .{ 8e' April, 55% of participating Pa-

tron-16 personnel had passed.

VP-16 men were examined

6 while deployed to NAF Sigonella -

YOURS FOR ONLY 50 CENTS-Yes. you can claim any one of these wonderful prizes above for only 50 cents-a 50-cent dona- Sicily, and as an added obstacle -
tion to the 1961 Navy Relief Society Drive. 'The prizes above are just a few of the many worth $10,000 to be given away to lucky half the tests were sched-
contributors to the Navy Relief drive. There is no limit on donations and the more donations you make, the more chances you uled concurrently with a fleet
have of claiming the prizes. Grand prize is a 1961 Chevrolet Impala Convertible and second prize is a 14-foot run about boat exercise. The advancements include -
with motor and trailer. Your donation not only gives you an opportunity to win one of the prizes but also helps the Navy Relief
boc.ety meet the needs of distressed Navy and Marine Corps fam.lies during the coming year. The Navy Relief Society is endeavoring eight CPO, eight POI, 14
to raise $33,000 in the Jax area. P02, and 21 P03. Twelve can-
-- didates passed the exams but

New UniformContinued Services Co-Sponsor ProgramFor FaefuLant Adds 3 were not advanced because final
multiples were not high enoughto
( from Page 1)) be included under quota limi-
Film
ters (applies to officers only). Amateur Radio OperatorsThe To LibraryMore tations. Because of the same

films have been addedto limitations and final multiples,
Flight and Foul Weather cloth-
Army, Navy and Air Force are co-sponsors of a
the long list available for 13 additional men who passedthe
ing may not be worn off the program for the participation of amateur 'radio operators in
check out by units a Faetulant exam were designated strikers. -
naval reservation, in the Ad- the celebration of Armed Forces Day, May 20. Film Library, Bldg. 168. .

ministration Building, in the Continuous waves (CW) receiving competition will fea- New films are:

Navy Exchanges, Commissary ture a message from the Secretary of Defense. All individ- Summer Incident (MN 8982)),

Store, Movies, Bowling Alleys, uals, amateur operators, and others are eligible to participate.A 27 minutes, color. A film reporton SECNAV AWARD

Hobby Shops, Bluejackets Inn, certificate: of merit will be of Defense. A certificateof details of the Lebanon crisis. (Continued from Page 1))
retary
Chief Petty Officers' Club Of- issued to each participant who
The Supply Manager's Dilemma
merit will be issued to those only to lieutenant commanders or
ficers' Club, Officers' Messes nor makes a perfect copy. Transmis- I (MN 9460)), 20 minutes, color.
who make a perfect copy also. majors and below, the "Award
sions will be at 25 words
at Divine Services continues the per
Transmissions will be at 60 words Introductory film describing fac- will recognize original and con-
minute. There will also be
regulation.THE a
tors in determining supply man-
per minute.In structive professional achieve-
radioteletypewriter receiving i
KHAKI WORKING UNI- addition, there will be a agement policies. ments in the areas of operations,
competition which will featurea
FORM may be worn by officers I military-to-amateur test. Certain Single Sideband Radio (MH administration or management."
f and Chief Petty Officers during special message from the Sec- military stations will be on the 8939)), 20 minutes, B&W. Deals Though these are the major

I, the period 1 November through in their possession civilian cloth- air to contact and test with ama- with theory of single side band areas in which the award will

31 March in situations where the ing which may be kept in enlisted teur radio stations within the appropriate radio techniques. be made, it is "not expressly

I Uniform of the Day would be quarters on the station or I I amateur bands. It is NATTU Teacher Wins limited to" them, according the
impractical due to the nature of in Dewey Park housing, or considered to be in the spirit of SecNav Instruction which estab-

work. This uniform may be worn stowed in regularly assigned bar the occasion for amateur radio Sailor of Month AwardThe lishes the award.To .

from sunrise until 1800, only racks lockers. stations at naval activities to engage NATTU "Sailor of the
receive the award, enlisted
while on the naval reservations ALL PERSONNEL ARE RE. extensively in contacts with Month" of April went to Carl F.
personnel must display leader-
i or proceeding directly to or from MINDED that when civilian other amateur stations on Armed Smith, AE1. He is an instructorat ship which is "noteworthy and

home or between military instal- clothing is worn, they insure Forces Day and to handle bona- the AE"B" School Phase I, sustained so as to demonstratea

lations in the local area. Re- that their dress and personal appearance fide amateur traffic. where he teaches Mathematicsand high state of developmentrather

moval of the necktie is authorizedin are appropriate for the For further information as to Physics. than for a short period
the immediate working areas occasion and will not tend to schedules of times, frequencies, I I Smith and his family will be achievement.

only, when the character of workso bring discredit upon the naval stations, bands, etc., contained in given an expense-paid weekendin

indicates. service. Civilian dungarees, levis, OpNavNote 5720 of Feb. 16, 1961, St. Augustine, Florida, which
contact T. Lewis, RMC, Ext. 379 includes meals Armed Forces Day
Dungarees, with blue workingcap wash khaki with or without lodging, enter-
NAS Communications Office. tainment and sightseeing. (Continued from Page 1))
or white hat, may be worn cuffs, may be worn only when I
on the station by personnel engaged I personnel are engaged in activi- During the firefighting a plane
in work of such a nature ties that would soil other civilian fuselage with dummy pilot will

that wearing the Uniform of the attire. Such clothes are not be put ablaze and Navy fire-

Day would be impractical. appropriate for general liberty.. fighters will demonstrate techni-
use, and wearing of them on or ques employed in extinguishingthe
PERSONNEL AUTHORIZEDto
off the Naval reservation is pro- blaze and rescuing the pilot.
wear dungarees will changeto
hibited, states the instruction. i Final demonstration of the dayis
the Uniform of the Day at
Women are particulary cautioned set for 1500 when an R4D
the end of normal working
to be aware of presenting transport type airplane will be
hours. Dungarees are not authorized I a neat feminine appearance featured in another jato-assisted

during evening meals whether in civilian or military !!uIrSS takeoff.
on working days or at any mealon
Sunday or Holidays except attire. Discretion and good taste : The public will be able to
shall always be foremost in mat-
witness landings and
takeoffs of
+ when authorized by a Working ; :
ters of dress.
Uniform Special Mess Pass, 6ND 5 various types of aircraft throughout -
The wearing of shorts and/or
NAS JAX 5512/5 ((8-59)). the afternoon as they con-
bathing suits by women person- ; duct normal operating training
The directive sums up the nel while entering or leaving the flights.

policy concerning the wearing of Naval Air Station on foot or in a The static display portion in

civilian clothing aboard NAS public vehicles or passenger Hangar 115 will feature exhibitsby

Jax. Such clothing may be worn buses is prohibited. Shorts maybe 5' all armed forces, various departments -

while on authorized leave or I. worn only in private auto- WELCOME GIFT C. D. Horst Principal of Pinecastle and units aboard the
liberty. Enlisted personnel resid- mobiles but halters, bandana tops School for retarded children accepts check of $500 from Mrs. Station, and the latest aircraft.
ing aboard the station or in and bathing suits must be cov- Donnell Howard and Mrs. J. L. Delany. The money was part
II
fo the proceeds of the annual charity Magnolia Ball. A donation Equipment, weapons and various
Dewey Park housing may have ered by adequate beach robe. check of $300 was also presented to the Navy Relief. gear will be seen.
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May 1961 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5SIXTH


Straight Shooters


Six Teams Lined Up For


., 'x1+ 1 4S
6ND Pistol And Rifle MatchAbout


S fifty straight shooters will step up to the firing

line at the, Station pistol range Monday morning, and begin
the Sixth Naval District Pistol and Rifle Match being held

here Mav 22-26.
Six teams have entered the -
will line
5) Rifle team entries up
5' Schutzenmatch including Green
the locationthe
their sights at same
Cove, Key West, VF-174, Char- following day.
5L'' leston, Cecil Field and Jackson- for the
: :ss Y Awards will be given
ville. At least fifty individualsfrom
first five gunmen in each divi-
these commands are expected -
: ;. sion at the< Station armory on
\ to squeeze their triggersin Thursday, May 25.
the first day's inaugural.The .
THE ATLANTIC FLEET
handgun marksmen will TOURNAMENT will be staged

f 4 fire in individual competition in here from June 5 through the
the morning, and team in the 9th. Winners of that event and

afternoon. Colt .45's will be used its Pacific Fleet counterpart will

exclusively in the all-day event. battle it out in the All-Navy

N.D. QUINT-who recently rolled In the South Atlantic Bowling Tournament, had On Tuesday, the individualrifle Rifle and Pistol Match, which
two men (left to right) Vic Cieplimki and Joe Eulberg. go to the All Navy competition in Seattle. competition will be held at will be held here for the first
Eulberg placed number one, and Cieplinski was fourth in'overall totals. Dave Rotundo was 14th
and Jack Emch. tenth. Roy Gulla as an extra diin't bowl. the Camp Blanding rifle range. time June 1923.Inddentallv. .

I ,. the NAS rifle team
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made a good showing in the recent -

P-30 Snatches Big Leadn AIR Florida State High Power
fAX SPORTS Championship taking four med-

als. Members of the Jax Navy

IM Continental LoopWith NEWSMarines firing quad are Vergil Placity,

Larry Payne, Dean Alan and

only three weeks rolling left, the leaders in Main- Frank McBeth.

de intramural bowling are fighting to hold what they

ave, with varying degrees of success. Still DominateIn FLIER BASEBALLJax

The Continental tenpin circuit is in a state of turmoil, Navy's Fliers are scheduledto

nih the lead having changed hands three times in as many meet HunterAFB at Mason

eeks. VP-30's "A" team cop- their Intramural SoftballThe Field tomorrow at 1300, and

ed the top position from lasteek's total. Saturday, May 20 for a doubleheader
The still in the
Phantoms are
leader and now stand at in the beginning 1500.
softball
Marines are in top I.M. position
with
fringe area 361231Tro-
8-10. The Sky Warriors moved jans sport 29-19; Air Force 679th American League again this week with seven wins and no
rom third to second with 33-11 the National cir-
VA-44 continues to dominate ComFair
has 25-23; FAW-11 Blue 27-25; losses, while Marines
is A/C Maint "B" slumped to ,
Electrons 24-24; Fire Crackers cuit with a 6-0 slate.
hird with 35-13. The Slaughter 23'/4-24; Vagabonds 22-30;PanHandlers Aircraft Maintenance won a pair to pull within one Take Golf LeadThe
louse Five retained their fourth
17%.30% Hawks 16V435 came of the leading Leathernecks, 7-1. Inconsistent Hospital
)lace bid with 39-17, and Disursing's 13-3 victoryover Marines and ComFairJax
%; VP-30 "B" 9-39; and Dis- rang up an easy to nip the A3D Schoolboys, 5-2.
Paymasters remainedn 5-0 lead in
their Dispensary brethren, roared off to a quick
"B" 5-43.
bursing
the top five with 3117.ADMIN'S only to drop the next one to The ComFairJax nine face the Mainside intramural golf com-
VA-44's Hornets are hot in the Marines this Monday night at
PLAY BOYS moved ComFairJax 17-4. The Admenwon petition after four weeks play on
American with 411101but; Yorktown Field at 1700, in what
ithin two points of the top five their only game of the week the Station links.
their tail
FAETU "A" is still on promises to be one of the stiffest -
ith 33-19, while Army ADA 411141AC Maint "A" is against Supply 7-3, while the this Attack Squadron fortyfour'sHornets
yet season.
games
md the Scatter Pins kept their in the third slot with 38-14. Dis- league leading Marines bumped are also included on the

lates identical 29-19. pensary dropped four but kept O&R 13-5. Supply came back STANDINGS undefeated roster with three
In the however to win over Operations wins and no losses.
remaining standings, the ,
their fourth place, while Hospital AMERICAN W L NATIONAL W L
aiders post 28-24; Spartans 27- managed to pick up only one, 9-8. Marines 7 0 A..44 6 0 I I FAETU "B" and Hospital "B"
25, Marines "B?' 20-28; FAETU giving them 3220.SOFTBALL National League-leader VA-44 A/C Main 7 1 VA.3S 1 0 are deadlocked with 2-1, Adminis '
3-33, A/C Maint "C" 16-36, Pen had a bye, and newcomer VA-35 CmFrJu .5 1 Air Force 5 1 i in the sixth slot with 3-2;
NARTU 4 2 A3D School 3 3
ueens 12-36, FAW-11 Gold 10- enjoyed its first game of the intramural Admin 4 3 VA.165 2 2 NARTU and the Air Force 679th

38, and Neversails won four to NOTICEJax season storming over Supply 3.c VAP-62 2 2 are neck and neck, 2-2; A/C
ake them -46.. Navy's varsity softball FAW-11; 13-1, making them the FAETU 2 .c Vp.5 2 3 Maint has one for two; O&R has

N. L. also changed team is slated for a double only other team with a perfect HOlpltal 2.5 VU.10 2 .c won one, lost three; VP-5 is 0

fast week Standings, but powerful MAD i I header clash against Glynco on record. FAW-11 turned around Dispensary Operations 1.5 1 6O&R FAW.11 0 8 for two; Ops is 0-3: ; VAP-62

tayed a jump ahead with 37-11. Enterprise Field tomorrow nightat later in the week to crush VP-5 1 6 0-4 and Hospital "A" 0-4.

)ark horse 3rd Crewmen 1930.A 12-1, and the Air Force 679th --

fourth second sprung winning : beat VU-10 7-6. The target trail- T. ,.y4'l':, % .,ry; %"Ky{, };, 'F.!')t'y.R,
rom to by : 4.Y. ;>;:.y ; >' rY' .,
four them 29-15. The smart-aleck tourist stoppedand ers came back two days later s'i. ; 3y"Ylia'
giving i {
Rolling Pins moved ahead into i said to a local yokel, L $

third place with 34-18, and last, "What's your speed limit here?" Teams Tied For *;*:

week's second place team, the i The not-so-slow native answered -

Boomerangs slipped to fourth I "Ain't got none! You Softball HonorsAs
with 31-17. Overhaul and Repair fellers can't go through here too 4yy !
stuck to the fifth position withl:ast for us!I" Intramural softball progressed + ,, +Y9. 4 'F F
into Its third week at NATT-

r--r---: Center, the Marine Aviation De-

____ tachment found it was tied with
the "Support Splinters" for first I
place with duplicate four win- Ny.

'S 5/ one loss records. AE "Blue" was
in second place with a 3-2 record -
and AE "Gold" followed

with a 2-4 slate for third.
THE HIGHLIGHT OF THE
an 4Y :YN
WEEK was a no-hitter pitchedby
Chuck Henneha of the Splinters -
.
.. against an AE "Gold" nine
',! y..Hi'' ,;( giving them.a 6-0 win. Hennehawas
: ? y''y
: awarded the ball signed by

his teammates to mark the first

no-hitter in three years at

NATTC.E. LEATHERNECK LINKSTER LEADERS are these
H. Sanford shared the limelight seven Marine golfers who share the Mainside intramural golf
1mDEOF SPLINTERS-Chuck Henneha (right), accepts by saving the blankframerwith lead with ComFairJax 50. Left to right Sandy MacLeod
THE Smiln Tommy Tompkins: LL Col. Duane Fultz, C. O. NAS Marine
K.
coach A.
the ball from the "Support Splinters"NATTCenler Intramural I a sensational running, back-, Barracks: Ma]. James Landrum Jr: Tony Muni Henry Hunt
for having pitched the first no-hitter in handed catch in the final inning. | Jr. and Earl Pearson, team captain.
softball competition in three years.,



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.'6 JAX Ara" NEWS 18 May 1961Classified



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FOR SALE
Murray Hill Horn*-3 bdrm, frame, Ig
shady lot, substantial cash; EV 9-8953. Thursday Mal 18
Cedar Hills E.t.tll-new home, 4 Mainside-Shadow the Cat,

bdrm, 2 bath, $850 dn and $76 per mOl 1900 only.NATTUnit .
M. E. Hovel, SP 12768. Sins of Racheal
Ortega Hilli-3 bdrm home, 2 bath, ,
f P1 Cade, 1900 only.
low dn pymt & assume 4Vt% GI loan, r t '
wiry Hospital-Terror of the Tongs,
$88 per mOl EV 94895.
Ortega Hills Home-3 bdrm, 2 bath, 1900only.
In-tervlce FHA loan, low equity, tale or Friday, May 19
rent; EV 82985. Mainside Warrior Empress,

Sunnybrook Home-3 bdrm, 2 bath, GI 1900 only.NATrUnitShadow.
equity, w-w carpet; Lt (jg) K. J. Garrl- of the Cat,
gen, SP 13847. .
Cedar Hills Home-GI equity, 3 bdrm, 1900 only.1I0spitalSins.
kit equip; J. J. Davit Jr., SP 1.2087 of Racheal Cade,

or EV 9.1315 after 1700. I I 1900 only.
Ortega Hills Home-4 bdrm, 2 bath,
Saturday, May 20
$17,000 or negot for equity; EV 72714.
Ortega Hilli-3 bdrm home, .Immed Mainside-Trapp Family, 1900

pot, low equity, $72.50 per mo; Loren EMPLOYEES COUNCILS MEET-Twenty-one newly elected chairmen and members of 10 only.
Shaver, ADR1, 5036 Homecreit Circle. Employees' Councils representing various areas of Overhaul and Repair Department meet with NATTUnit Warrior Empress,
Priced to Sell-2 bdrm house, patio, department heads, Capt. Thomas B. Haley, O&R Officer, and Capt. Robert E. Clements, AsiL 1400 and 1900.
carport, Orange Park; M. L. Link, CO O&R Officer. New members are (first row. L to R) Capt. Haley, M. N. Diloreto member Mrs, of the Cat,
4-9451., Helen Olsen, chairman) Mrs. Barbara Glascock, David Davidson Sr.. C. A. Whisenant, and L. Hospital-Shadow
For Rent Downing, members. Second row (L to R) P. D. Mitchell and Larry Cicero, chairmen; Charles 1900 only.

Furn. Apt.-2 bdrmt., $80 per mo. Boucher: and V. E. Masters, members; W. B. An Person, A. F. Neeley and Norman Button, mem Sunday, May 21MainsideStopover
bers. Back L to R) A. C. Duck and Neil Corrado, members H. S.
3431 Broadway Ave; call EV 8-8486 aft. : row ( Mingledorf, Larry ; Tokyo 1400
5 p.m. G. R. Ettabrook. I Mackert, chairman; H. B. Me:Wright, Wade Hi:ks. Harmon Smith and Judge Hutchens, members. ,
and 1900.NATTUnitTrapp.
Riverside Furn Apt-3 rmt, prl bath Family, 1400
and entrn, adults; AArt. E. M. Smith, EV FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION VAP-62CWO Reaches and 1900.HospitalWarrior.
4-1948 after 1700.
Empress, 1900
Lakeshore Furn Apt-tmall, clean, all
util! furn, $50; Mrt. Grovel, EV 94275. Years In only.

Furn Apt-4 rmi & bath, gar, elec $70, Paul W. Hetz, President of Yu- Thirty NavyChief Monday, May 22

1 wk't rent free to NAS couple; AArt. kon, Fla., Branch 126, Fleet Re- Mainside-Fighter Attack, 1900
Clark, EV 71950. serve Association, cordially invites Warrant Officer Edward Carpenter of Heavy only.

3-Bdrm Houie-tituated on 2'/i acres, I all shipmates in the greater Photographc! Squadron Sixty-two celebrated his 30th. year NATTUnit Stopover Tokyo,
$60 per mOl Clarence Olsen, SP 1.2242 in the Navy recently.
After 1600. Jacksonville area to visit the 1900 only.HospitalTrapp.
I' regular branch meetings held Normally after 30 years an officer in this category 1900
South Side E.tlte.-5 rm house, kit on Family,
equip, $65 per mo, appt; Ettelle Ballew, the third Thursday each month. would ret're but CWO Carpenter requested to continue on only.
EL 6-4556. active duty. In forwarding his
The next meetings will be May stated that 23
grandfather
youthful May
Furn Apt-4 rmt & bath, 1 bdrm, $70 request, his commanding officer, Tuesday
18 and June 15 at 2000 at the
per mo; Mrt. Booiey, EV 41143. Comdr. John E. Cousins, said, "The Navy is the place to make Mainside-Mania, 1900 only.
Mil Pert Preferred-unfurn, 6 rm brick Yukon Branch 126 Meeting Hall, NATTUnit-Fighter Attack, 1900
"He combines the knowledge and good, and he's looking forwardto
home, gar, now avail, $85 per mo; J. S. 4530 120th St., Yukon, Fla., opposite only.

Brinkley, EV 81477.Branch NAS Jax. Those eligibleto maturity experience gained with in this 30 initiative years adding new accomplishmentsto Hospital-Stopover Tokyo, 1900
energy, -
attend are: Fleet Reserve, retired I
naval
his already distinguished only.
and enthusiasm to render
officer from ranks, or career -
91FRANominations himself invaluable to the Navy." career. Wednesday, May 24
enlisted men of the regular Mainside-No Time For Ser-
Navy or Marines, past their first A special board of officers head-
1900 only.
Held four year enlistment. ed by Admiral Loomis, Deputy geants,

Nominations for officers of Chief of Naval Personnel eva- Civil Air Patrol NATTUnit-Mania, 1900 only.
NOMINATIONS WILL BE
Attack, 1900
Hospital-Fighter
Jacksonville Branch 91 Fleet Re- luated Warrant Officer Carpen- .
MADE by members for new .
Needs CounselersInterested only.
ter's naval history and replied,
I serve Association, were held branch officers for the next 12
"It is a pleasure to inform you
this Additional
earlier month.
months. If you know of any ship- young women are
nominations ,be received at that your retention on active Admiral In
may mate that believe do Craig
you can a
duty has been extended until needed to help counsel the 14
the next branch meeting on June better job in office then it is
May 1963." to 18 girl cadets .of the
year-old
1 after which elec-
immediately
,
your duty to come out and nomi- Receiving
tions will be held. nate that shipmate and support I BORN IN STRONGSVILLE. Jacksonville Composite SquadronOne Group

To date, the following have him. This is your branch, and OHIO in 1911, CWO Carpenter of the Civil Air Patrol in Nod

been nominated: president, Carl we want the best possible member attended public high school cadet instruction.Both Appreciation

Smith, AE1; ..vice-president, W. to fill each of the offices. I there. He entered the Navy in military or civilian .personnel Certificates of appreciation for

J. Capwell, ,MUC, Cecil Jones, The new classes this month at I February 1931.According are encouraged to volun- their efforts in encouraging rec-

HMC, and R. Navarre, CS1; secretary Naval Air Technical Training to CWO Carpenter ord contributions from personnelof
The
teer for this challenging job.
C. Hinojosa, YNC, and Unit, Jax, AO-B Classes 61-18 his 30 years of naval serv- federal agencies to the Com-

J.- Wade, .YNC: treasurer, H. A. and 61-22 School Classes 61-18, ice have rewarded him in various squadron meets Mondays at 1900 munity Chest-United Fund cam-

I Fockler, YN2; board .of. directors, 61-20, and 61-22 will be honor ways and many times over-yet in Bldg. 503, second deck, west paign, were presented Mondayto

I Gettings, Navarre, Mitchell, Flint, guests at the May meeting.On there is more to come. The wing, here aboard the Station. seven civilian and military

Jones, Cox, Johnson, Lancaster, leaders in the Jax area.
Altman, Weinelt and Capwell.All Tuesday, May 30, at 1100,
the branch and unit will gatherat The honors were bestowed ata

members of Branch 91 .the graveside of our late ship- Rotary Club luncheon at the

are urged to attend the next mate Johnnie R. Anderson to Mayflower Hotel. The certifi-

meeting on Thursday, June 1, at hold our annual memorial serv- cate of appreciation came from

2000, to vote for their branch ices. Come out and pay your the Southeast Conference, United

officers. The meeting will be heldat respects to those fine shipmateswho r s4 Community Funds and Councilsof

the FRA Club, 8554 Roosevelt are now serving on the Staffof America. Presentations were

Blvd., one mile south of NAS ,' im-
the Supreme Commander. { .v made by Robert Feagin,
Jax on Highway 17. These services are held in mem- mediate past president of the


ory of all shipmates. Branch 126 CC-UF and Luke Sadler, immediate -

EM Sub School and Unit 126 has a very fitting ,. past campaign chairman.
s
memorial service. You should : a. Recipients of the awards Include -

come out and join your branch :.. :
Wanls VolunteersVolunteers
and unit officers in renderingthis
Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig,
are needed for en- service. This is a holidayand
and
ComFairJax and ComNabSix
listed basic submarine school. every one can spare just one ,1 c"
senior naval officer in the Jax
The Secretary of the Navy ad- hour to pay tribute to those fine
Col. J. V. Sollohub dis-
:. area; ,
vises urgent need for submarinersin departed shipmates. Services will
trict engineer for U.S. Army
such rates as EN, MM, ET, IC, be held in Jacksonville Memory :
of Engineers Lt. Col. O.
.t Corps ;
EM, TM, FT, and GS. Gardens, located on Blanding }t.
commander of 679th
Kivipelto,
Boulevard between Collins Road
Personnel interested in sub- and Three Points. ACW Air Force Squadron,MajorD.

marine training and duty should D. Powell, officer in chargeof

submit special requests to the Our installation dance will be Marine Corps Recruiting; Capt.H. .

Military Personnel Officer at held July 15 at the Roverside F. Frazer, U.S. Coast Guard;

earliest possible date. For addi- Lions Club. Tickets are now SMALL WORLD-or so it seem to CWO Edward Carpenter and Leonard Eubanks, industrial

tional information, call Ext. 618, available from L. P. Whitmire's who has spent three decades in the Nary and now has relations officer at NAS Jax,
asked be retained active John E. Cousins,
to duty..Comdr.
on
Career
Information and Educa- Committee. Tickets are $3.00'per representing the civilian em-
V AP.62'.IJdpper discusses the travels of his Maintenance Shops
tion Center. couple donation Officer. ployees.Page .