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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: September 21, 1961
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Big Naval Aviation Anniversary Planned Here



Navy activities in the Jacksonville -
area have joined here in the way of celebrations.THE chute Exhibition Team, the cover about two and one-half ed some 185,000 miles and has

hands in the preparation ofa THREE.DAY salute will "Chuting Stars;" an air show hours of dramatic action. played 1,117 public performancessince

giant celebration in honorof be capped with an Open House featuring local fleet aircraft; a The ceremonial event will also its inception in March 1957.
the 50th Anniversary of event at Jackosnville Naval Air mass flyover of some 200 air- I bring to Jacksonville the famous The Choir has also won a name
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Naval Aviation' in October.The Station on October 15. A specta- craft; various demonstrationsand Tenth Naval District Steel Band for itself through many televi-'

affair will be spread overa cular program has been arrangedfor exhibitions; and a static from San Juan, Puerto Rico; and sion and public appearances.
three-day period during Oct. that day. It will include the display of aircraft and equip- the popular Naval Air Training Dates and times of their appear-

131415. If all parts of the famous Blue Angels flight exhibition 'ment. The mass flyover will be Command Choir from Pensacola.The ance have not yet been an-

gigantic program being contem- team; the first appear- extended to cover a good partof Steel Band, an organization nounced.
THE OVERALL local
plated jell, it could dwarf any- ance in Jacksonville of the north Florida. The aerial that makes music on refurbished program
thing the Navy has attempted Navy's newly organized Para- phase of the program alone will oil drums, has travel- commences on Oct. 13 with an
anniversary ball for all handsat
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Anniversary balls for chief petty
officers and officers have also

i been arranged on Oct. 14 and

JA 15, respectively, at the National
Guard Armory. Charlie Barnett
and his orchestra will play at

all three dances.

Also on the agenda is a 50th
Naval Aviation Golf Tournament
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I VoL 19 No. 25 U. S. NAS Jacksonville, Fla. 21 September 196; I


f" .j j :.Y: : !W'S VP-741 Recall

DependentsTo j .;.." iq .,. ,. >'" !'; \...'I' : >.'.1 .',;'.( i't.M"'I"i;: ;,;1 .' .'"'''\'fw.'; ht;%,'"_ "I",-,,, '._,'. ,
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RestrictedThe ..ka. 'tit'rA'. ..: ,.'"":..>,...,.. ... '... .; .. The recall to active duty of

:Y:; : of NARTUJax
.:: : : 'i: .: Patrol Squadron 741
..:-..{.,.;..:...... ,.,.. ....,.'::...'., :"";'':::4. ;: /J has hit home in more ways
has Secretary of the Navy '- ,WL: t \ f f'i', ::; : :/[): ::':_ .:.' 1 "' : :: ';:.:i than. one. It not only has hit
announced that effective """ I
\ 1 I Jacksonville, but also has affectedthe
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October 9, the transportationof \ Overhaul and Repair De-

dependents to Western Eu- j l ; partment of NAS Jax.
rope will be suspended until The recall of VP-741 on Octo-

further notice. : I ber 1 will see 16 O&R em-
Countries covered by ,this ployees become fulltime Navy-

ruling include Beligum, Den- men for at least a year. The recall -
mark, France, Federal Republic -, ; is nothing new to most of
of Germany, Greece, : f.IB. 1 1I\\I the men since the unit'was pre-

Italy, Luxembourg, Nether- viously ordered to active dutyin
lands, Norway, Portugal, 1951 during the Korean War.
Spain, Turkey, and the Uni- 1iZIIa.'f.L.:'.:.. U r. : M) '''i ;;iZ Donning their Navy uniformswill
ted Kingdom. The suspensionis KEYMEN,SET FOR CAMPAIGN-Following Monday's Community Chest.United Fund kick-
off rally ai King Hall for activities located aboard NAS Jax these "keymen" from the Station's be B. W. Dodson, supervisor -
West
not applicable to
Overhaul and Repair Department arm themselves with literature and facts as they'sally forth to of helicopter transmissionshop
Berlin.It .contact personnel within their departments for contributions to the drive. The O&R Dept. It one of ; J. F. O'Connell, supervisor -
covers all means of travel the largest individual units within the 20 separate Navy activities In Jax participating in the cam. of Shops 7104 ,and 7106; L.
and is said to be be- paign.
necessary P. Duck and J. G. Cooke, Quality
cause of the logistic require- Control; S. A. Magarowicz, D.
ment incident to the augmentation Fund Drive D. Haley and R. P. Martin, from
of United States forces in Production Control; A. B.. Mans

Europe. field, B. L. George, W. E. Hope,
Immediate steps will be takento ChallengeNoIA 5 5f H. O. Whitt, C. Reiben and Joe

accomplish a complete stop- Binns, from Assembly Division;
page on October 9 of government W. K. Moore and William Vand-

sponsored travel of dependentsfrom Chore"Let's erwal, Emergency Repair; andF.
points outside of Western Yi D. Doyle from Training Group.
Europe to stations in Western The crack patrol squadron,
not feel that this is i> 4't' ., ..
'.t d y.
Europe. :: : ; #: : which will be operating out of
i :
a chore; let's look at it as a :fq'1f
The issue of port calls (formal : I A LY'Y NAS Jax when activated, Is the
challenge. : '; 'tq::;
authorization in writing from the recent winner of the coveted
',
( frex0usaexa 13J :r.Y. f kj 3'i
Chief of Naval Personnel) for This was the crux of the .:9:} fa"' aq;. Sv?' 4YV :,: kytrria: d9Yo. Naval Air Reserve Training
(Pleas Turn to Page 6. Col. 5)) message delivered by Rear T' )}ao:4:.''tt 'r Command's Noel Davis Trophyand
Admiral Joseph M. Carson, : : ,61 the CNO Safety Award.
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Commander Fleet Air Jack- : : :

AFMA MeetingTo sonville and Commander Na- '' CiTy
val Air Bases Sixth Naval fi /.;f
: VA-44 Sets New
Be Held Today District, at the Community Jacksonville
FIRST CC.UF CONTRIBUTION Navy's
Members of the Jacksonville Chest-United Fund kickoff participation in Duval County's 1962 Community Chest-United Squadron Record
Chapter of the Armed Forces rally Monday at King Hall Fund Drive got off to a grand start with the first contribution
Association will for activities located aboard a $50 check. from Rear Adm. Joseph Carson (right). Commander
Management Fleet Air Jacksonville and Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth
gather in the St. Johns Roomof :I AS Jax.Speaking. Naval District. Accepting the contribution is Leo Bowles, CC.UF During AugustAttack
the Officers Club here at to some 1,000 key- campaign chairman of the Jacksonville Navy drive. Military
1130 today for their monthly men and campaign workers, Ad- and civilian personnel of some 20 Navy activities are involved Squadron 44 has announced -

meeting. miral Carson said, "I congratulate in the annual drive. ... that with the coopera-
you for being selected for tion of all hands, it has set a
Capt. James J. Davis Jr.,
this task. You have been selected new squadron flight time and
NAS Jax Officer will First House9 For
Supply 'Open
because you are the best we hop record during August. The
speak on "Conference Leader- have to do this job. You are indeed "Hornets," flying the A4D, F9F-
ship." Lt. J. S. Vishneski, vice key men in this drive andI Employees Of OAR SetCapt. 8T, ADS, AD6, and the T-28,
president for programs, will am proud of you for under- flew a total of 2,635 hours -and
submit a report concerning information taking your roles in this efforts." logged a total of 1,900 hops.
Robert H. Fagan, Over-
obtained at the "This Community ChestUnited haul and Repair Department Officer them see where "daddy" works Comdr. W. B. Barrow, squadron
meeting of the Atlanta Gen- Fund campaign is a com- has announced that the i when he's on the job. commander, said the high
eral Depot Chapter No. 28 of munity effort and we are partof Department will hold it's first! One of the highlights of the availabilty of aircraft and will-

the AMFA. that community. I would hateto "Open House" for its employeesand I afternoon will be an hour-long ingness of students aided in the

The AFMA is an oganization think that a person, especiallya their families on Sunday,I helicopter demonstration, from attainment of this record. Hard
comprised of military and civilian child, was turned away by one September 24. 1415 to 1515, between Buildings work and long hours were also
personnel in the man of the 42 agencies because we I, 101 and 122. said to exemplify the job of the
The O&R facilities will be
sgement field who strive to here failed to do our part. All open Guided tour maps of O&R will VA-44 instructors and enlisted
from 1300 to 1600 that day for
Imorove managment methodsand we need in this drive is to. do be available to the visitors at maintenance personnel who con-
the of acquainting !
techniques within the Defense our fair share," he added. primary purpose the main entrance, as will refreshments tribute to the training program.Lt. .
The admiral pointed out that families of its employees: from a stand which John W. Holtzclaw was
Department.
(Pleas Turn to Page 6, Col. 5)) with the department and let' will be set up there. high flight-time pilot with 75.1.





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Planned For 204



Comdr. Walter J. Schub NAS, Jacksonville Commanding Officer At South PoleThe

Fleet Air Jacksonville NAB 6ND

Rear Adm. Joseph M. Carton ____ -.. Commander long isolation of 204 '.
Capt. Vincent Casey ________ Chief of Staff, FitrJax Americans wintering-over in Antarctica ,,
Capt. C. L Moore, Jr. Chief of Staff, NAB Six is to end September 20 : % : '
Fleet Air Wing Eleven
Capt. Renfro Turner, Jr. _Commander when a, C-130 is scheduled to
Capt. Andrew H. Cowart Chief Staff Officer attempted the earliest flight k'k
Naval Air Technical Training Unit ever made to the,Navy's Air Fa-
Harttel Allen Commanding Officer '
Capt. D. cility
at McMurdo Sound. ,
Comdr. Eugene F. Verdary __ Executive Officer ', i it
Nava) Hospital Plans for the early flight were

Capt. R. O. Canada Commanding Officer announced, by the Navy as
Capt. Stephen H. Tolin_ __Executive Officer Operation Deep Freeze 1962, began t z>'\ j ,
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit
with the from
departure
;
Capt. Ralph E. Elliott Jr. Commanding Officer
Comdr. William M. Miller...._ Executive Officer Washington of Rear Adm. David I

Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at M. Tyree, Commander, Naval' a .
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July Support Force, Antarctica, and
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air his staff, for advance headquarters t.r
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hospital. at Christchurch, New Zea-

Service Information nfflr.>..,..,? ..-_._ -... .._Comdr. Alex N. Mel mis, Jr. land.
Assistant Service Information Officer___.______.Andrew H. Planey This will be the Navy's sev-
Newt Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb Staff-Mae Spencer J01; Sandy Martinson,. enth consecutive of -
year supporting
JOSN, Ralph Bailey, SN. Photographer, Joy Moreau, PH2. .
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and International the year-round scientific : : : -
:
Councils of 'Industrial Editors. : stations of the National Re- .-:, .. . ...
The lax Air Newt Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material. ) search Foundation's Antarctic
In this Photographs SHOWS ADOPTED SUGGESTION-Schley H. Davis, (right),
appearing publication can be reprinted providing credit It given.
Research Program, and the third
unless otherwise credited, art official U.S. Navy Photographs. of the NAS Overhaul and Repair Department, demonstrateshow
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone year that Adm. Tyree has com: the specially designed hone, which he and Coy C. Hall were
extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. manded the operation. I responsible for developing through a beneficial suggestion,
Some 10 ships and works to Capt. Robert E. Clements, Assistant O&R Officer.
.OOO men, ,
Davis had Just been presented a $110 cash award check for
more than 30 aircraft will be the since Hall for the to
suggestion was not present ceremony
Spirit Of ConstitutionStill involved in Deep Freeze 1962. receive it with him.

Two major construction projects -

are on the Navy's program

this year: A 1,500-kilowatt nu-! 26 Employees Awarded

clear power plant at McMurdo
Burning BrightPresident
Sound, and continued construc-

tion of the new Byrd Station.

The original Byrd Station, $715 For SuggestionsBeneficial
Kennedy has proclaimed the period September
built on the surface in 1956,
17-23 as Constitution Week-the 174th anniversary of the
is collapsing from the weightof
adoption of our Constitution by the Constitutional Con-
accumulating snow. The new Suggestion cash awards totalling $715 for the

vention. station is being built and in roof- month of August were presented to 25 Civil Service em-

IT'S AN APPROPRIATE time for refreshing ourselves ed-over tunnels designed to ployees of the Overhaul and Repair Department and one of

about the circumstances that attended the framing of that withstand the pressures. the Public Works Department here at NAS recently.

remarkable document. Some people, long removed from the Outstanding award winner

history books of their youth might tell you today that the from O&R was Edgar E.,Rowe

Constitution was drawn up and ratified in a spirit of, who was presented a $100 check

patriotic amity. They would be wrong. I by Capt. Robert E. Clements,

For the fact is that the Revolution did not make us a Assistant O&R Officer, for his

nation. It won us freedom from British rule but left us a suggested "Relay Tester." Rowe's

group of states so disunited that each was virtually an suggestion brought about the development -

independent country-members of a league, under the of equipment to test

Articles of Confederation, which was empowered to con- relays used in the Aero 5-B

duct foreign affairs for the group. Computer prior to installation to

MOREOVER, the same men who had put aside their assure acceptable quality

personal differences to win the had
war, now passionate Another outstanding suggestion
views on how the "United" States should be united and
award netted Coy C. Hall and
governed. Their class dissentions ran deep. They might all
ii Schley H. Davis, both of O&R,
have'shared the great dreams of independence from the *a41
$110. The suggestion developeda
Crown, but Patrick Henry, Sam Adams, Richard Henry Lee specially designed honing device -
and other spokesmen for the people were of very different
for attachment to the micro-
political hue from" Washington and the other wealthy
matic driving unit hone to enable
patricians who had joined the Revolutionary cause.
mechanics to hone to the bot-
All through that hot summer of 1787 the delegates to the
of blind holes
tom during
rework -
Constitutional Convention labored in Philadelphia at the
document that would bind the quarreling small and large of torque cylinder piston
in the section of
states into true unity. Tempers were frayed, yet by com- openings nose
aircraft
promise after compromise the great project continued untilon R-2800 engines.

September 17 the delegates emerged from Independence "," More awards presented by

Hall with the supreme law of the land. NAS HONORMAN-Emmett C. Gill, ADRI (left), is con. Capt. Clements at O&R went to

THERE WERE great men among them Washington, gratulated by Comdr. Walter J. Schub NAS Commanding Of. Ada A. Register, $25; George H.
ficer, for being selected; as the NAS "Serviceman of the Month,"
Franklin Hamilton-and there also Cherry $15 Walter H. Fake,
were oosure men men ;
during informal ceremonies last Friday. Gill also received a $50
who would live in history simply as signers of the docu- check among other awards. This is the second such award to be $25; Rolando Triozzi, $50; Ver-

ment. But all, eminent or obcure, deserved to be honored made under a new program at NAS to recognize outstanding en. non D. McDaniel, $25; John J.

by us today for the great service they did us, listed personnel. Walsh, $30;' Clyde C. Murphy Jr.,

in Washington's words, that "The basis of our politic $30; Wilborn R. Hayes, $20; and

Constitution of right government.of the 'people* to make or alter their G7Named/ Second NAS Annie H. Reed, $15. O&R

Also getting awards at

were Solomon B. Wood and LeeR.

Crew Four VP-18's Crew Of MonthCrew 'Serviceman Of Month'Emmett Plumley. McCurry and,Daniel$20; B.Joseph DenmarkJr. P.

C.' Gill, aviation machinist's mate first class, ., $75; Wilbur Neal and Wil-

Four of Patrol Squad- and increase squadron has received honors as the NAS "Serviceman of the Month"for liam Voltz, $25; Charlton J. Haw-
crews
ron 18 has been selected as the readiness and preparedness. July which is the second such award under a new pro- kins and Ralph Godwin, $40;

second winner of the squadron's gram at NAS Jax to recognize the outstanding efforts ofit's Thomas M. Dolan and Lloyd F.
Items considered in scoring
enlisted .
"Commanding Officer's Crew of for the award include total personnel.Gill Kussmaul, $80; and Herman ,F.
the Month Award. was presented a $50 check,I
hours, instrument hours, crew among other awards, by Comdr.. outstanding professional and Diz and Lillie Alexander, $15.
Lcdr. Warren P. Vosseler and commendations, completed qualification technical skill and was cited as
Walter J. Schub NAS commanding
A letter of appreciation was
his crew led all other contenders exercises, fleet-wide an outstandingmechanic..
by a substantial margin, competitive exercise scores, con- officer, last Friday.At "In addition, his ability to teach presented to Herbert R. WrightJr.

accumulating a total of 425.4 dition of the crew's aircraft and the time of the selection, and lead the men under his ., of 'O&R, by Capt. Clements.
in the Gill was attached to the NAS
points competition. emergency drills held. supervision has resulted in the Public Works' Beneficial Sug-
Crew Four will take Aircraft Maintenance Department 'accomplishment of diffi-
possesRunnerup in the competition many gestion winner of $15 was OlinL.
Division. Since then he
sion of the award pennant from Hangar cult tasks with a minimum of
Crew Three, the first winner of was Crew One, headed by the has been transferred to and is personnel, ,said his citation. Harris, who was presented the

the award which was established squadron commanding officer, now serving with VP-30. Gill is a veteran of 16 years award by Capt. James A. Bent-

to instill competition between Comdr. W. W. Honour. He received the award for his naval service. ley Jr., Public Works Officer.



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:IG Scheduled To


1L Inspect 6ND In


February 1962The


Navy Inspector Generalhas
announced the schedule of Vi
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EIGHT SQUADRON DETACHMENTS HOSTED BY VA-44-Shown here is a portion of VA-44's .
flight line during recent Carrier Qualifications when ,VA-44 hosted eight squadrons to complete
qualifications aboard the aircraft carriers Saratoga and Shangri-La. Represented in this period
were VA-42. NAS Oceana. Va. VAMA-242, Cherry Point, N.C., VT-21, VT.22. VT-24, and VT-25, .
all from Corpus Christ Texas and VT-4. Pensacola. Over 200 personnel and 100 aircraft were
involved, with all hands contributing to make the effort a success. Supporting squadrons of the -
CARQUAL group were VIMO, VA-176 and VA-35 all from NAS Jax and VRC-40. NAS Norfolk on


Va.IfYa' Health S.*. .
Employee Program


'Open Season' Oct. 1-16
Ask UsIf
All NAS Jacksonville employees will soon receive in-

afforded the opportunity, formation on the "open season" for the Federal Employee
what suggestion would you Health Benefit Program. The "open season," starting on
make to both the United October 1 and ending October 16, will enable those em-
States and Russia to bring ployees who did not enroll at the first opportunity to now
about an end to the "cold enroll and will offer an opportunity for enrollees to Change took
war?" their enrollment if they desire. Of-
During this "open season" the Air
"I think we changes which enrollees may in enrollment will be informedof re-
are going to make include: change from one action necessary to effect a Alley
fight a war health benefit plan to another; change. Employees are. again I
and !If we do, change from one option of a reminded that they should care- at
we ought to plan to the other; and change fully study all brochures on plans of
it from enrollment to available and should retain the ,
get over a self-only a
brochures for their informationand
with. The present self-and-family enrollment, or
the All will use.These to
p reverse. employees
neutral
soon receive three brochures brochures are currentlyin Fleet
&:;&::,:,.: .9 countriesKHales which are printed on green pa- limited supply and replace- Fleet
! should make a per. One brochure' contains important ments may not be available. The
1 stand and decide which side information .,about the Jax Air News will contain fur-
they want to be on; Russia's or "open season" and the other two ther information about the "open I gra-
: the United States'." Delbert E. describe the governmentwideService season" and changes in the plansin

.; Hales, FA, Galley One. Benefit Plan and the future issues. ; Mili-
"I don't think Russia realizes Indemnity Benefit Plan. All em- 1938,
t that we want peace. Russia has ployees are urged to study these for
Course.'k
S a lot of prop- brochures carefully in order that I the
) aganda againstus. they can decide for themselves I in

We should whether a change in plan is de- -
1 try to convince sired or if they now wa"nt to mple-
1 them that we } enroll. at
, do want peace, At NAS Jax, another plan is s<'
1 which is what t } available to employees. This is after
4 we are striving the AFGE Health Benefit Plan i I
4 for." Fay + and employees who are members _
J M. S is son s, } of this organization will -
- Western Union receive brochures on this plan In
Telegraph Sissons through the mail direct from
1 Operator, Building Three. the Civil Service Commission. ,
t "I suggest a Employees who are eligible to: at
summit meet- join this organization and who
'I ing. I think desire to study this plan will be I ,,,iiySv'S 1945,
o that nuclear furnished a brochure upon re- x: ,. ;: 5
1. test bans quest. Further information regarding :
the availability of these
: should be observed brochures will be publishedlater. ct with
r and car- 1*; ; Gen-

s ried out. Bothd Employees currently enrolled ;
..LltvHCOc}'r countriesGiveni who do not desire to make a In
should realize change in enrollment need takeno to
the danger in testing nuclear action whereas employeeswho i and
R weapons and the fall-out ef- desire to make a change to
'e that this would .
fects. I believe ,i'' .
?. be a good start to end the cold New York Military I iKf',,:.
1-k war." Wesley M. Givens, A02, Ballot DeadlineSet of
USS Shangri-La. ( ) have
,- "I think that we should reach October 26 reside
Q; an agreement with Russia toE .
. stress the many Deadline for New York state
military ballots is October 26.
E". good things our g
Applications for ballots must be
two great nations spent
have accomplished mailed in time to reach the Division reck-
lS in of Servicemen's Voting,
Albany, N.Y., by October 26 or
1t the past, in order Smith
s. to adapt, by the Board of Elections of the ,f.4; YS at
S
October 27.
psychologically home county by the
f.- Applications may be filed in
the people, "Why,
Board of Elec-
in for an agree1e person at the were
ment of trust tions until noon of November 4.

t- which is necesHooper Elections are for county, city, ,
sary to put an end to the cold town and other local officials some-
war." Lcdr. Charles A. Hooper, including the Mayor of New

Jr, Special Services Officer. York City.



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RATCC 17 Sets Argentina Navy


Approach RecordThe Men Train With

Radar Air Traffic Control NATTU SchoolThree
Center 17, set a record of 1,848 i
radar approaches to NAS Jax Argentinian Navy men t
in the month of August. This are making quite a good record
total exceeded the previous record for themselves at the Naval Air I
for one month by more than Technical Training Unit's AE
one hundred approaches. Of the: "B" School.
total, 124 approaches were made E. J. Miguel, AEC; J. Reynoso -
under actual instrument .flying AE1, and L. G. Leguizamon,
cpnditlons i and 730 were made AE1, have maintained an 83
with the pilot "under the hood"in average for the past 22 weeksof
simulated instrument condi- the 34 week course. Accord-
tions.A ing to their instructor and interpreter -

radar unit has been provid- ._ _ S p ,,,, .1 _- _ _ _ P. G. Flores, AEC-P1,
. ing instrument approach servicefor the Argentinians have shown
NAS Jax pilots since 1946 I great interest in the school and
when Ground Controlled Approach their studies.
Unit 17 was established. The three men are under a
Since that time, 122,633 radar greater handicap than most
approaches have been made to CLASSROOM INTERPRETATION G. Flores, AEC, Instructor at NATTU's AE "B" School, foreign Navy students as they
NAS Jax, Lee Field (formerlyat explains the operations of the Jetical analyzer to (right), E. J. Miguel. AEC; J. Reynoso. AE1 and did not attend the six-week
L. G. Leguizamon AEI all of the Argentinian Navy. Flores is also an interpreter for the trio since
Green Cove Springs) and neither of them speak any English. English language school in Wash-
Fleming Island (a deactivated ington D. C., prior to beginning
strip south of Orange Park). school here. Other members of
GCA Unit 17 later became Navy Wives Adopt Greek Drivers Warned their squadron are attending different -
Radar Air Traffic Conrtol Center schools in the United Sta-
17, an elaborate control fa- About Stopping, tes of shorter duration so in
cilty that was fully commissionedon Child As Foster ParentsIn Blocking TrafficMany order for all of them to finish
November 2, 1959. their training together the lan-
to pleas by former President Eisenhowerand thoughless vehicle
RATCC 17 provides area air response guage course was omitted.
traffic control within the local former Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral Arleigh operators are causing traffic They will graduate from AE
restricted areas and assigned Burke, to support the President's "People to people Pro- jams by stopping vehicles on "B" School in December and are
control areas, approach control gram," the Jacksonville Navy Wives Club 86 has adoptedan Yorktown Avenue and on slated for further training at
for instrument air traffic into eight-year-old: l Greek girl.!. through the Foster Parent's Plan. Wasp Street to load and un- either Key West or San Diego.
.../.."" ,.:"",':":..'<''.'.'''. 'r'w:,'''''' load during rush
: passengers
NAS Cecil Field and NAS Jax, Mrs. Ronalc :.:::tt::-:< ,'", 'Yo<>.",'tt.''': : Soon though, their trainingmay
precision and surveillance ap- Murphy, chair. Wf: i.;; Marine 'Copters'Carry traffic periods. become more difficult as
prpacheg to the and This is a violation of Stat- Chief will
runways sea man of this clul ij ., : Flores be transferredthe
lanes at NAS Jax, and other :? ion traffic regulations, sinceno last of the month to VF132at
functions such as search and project has reported _______ Air Defense vehicle may stop to pick NAS Cecil Field. Without an
assistance direction find- that the : up or discharge passengers on
i
rescue :x" ( interpreter the Argentinians,
ing facilities, and long range child name Is: f"':;!:h { System In HelihutMarine any street when such a stop neither of which speak any Eng-
radar service. RATCC personnel Demitria i Mas-I :i: will result in blocking trafficor lish, will be hard pressed to
also man the control tower and galia and is int\:4':: Corps units are usingAmerica's creating a traffic. hazard. keep up their studies.
: morning and
During peak
flight clearance office. first helicopter-based
the. second grade Demitria electronic tactical air defense afternoon traffic periods, per-
of school. Demi- MasgaHa control system in their field sonnel are requested to pick
tria has written to her new training. up and discharge passengersin
"mothers", with the aid of an Coordination of Hawk and nearby parking lots or at
interpreter, expressing her desire Terrier guided missle batteries' designated loading zones with-
to work hard in school firing at hostile supersonic air- in the industrial areas.
and make them proud of her. planes can be controlled from
"She seems very much like our helihuts, (portable plastic and Thursday Sept. 21
American eight-year-olds. ," said aluminum shelters), carried underneath Traffic Tickets I Mainside-Fabulous. World of
Mrs. Murphy. a helicopter.The Jules Verne, 1900 only.
Mrs. Murphy also noted that first two of four such Issued To 149 NATTUnit-Holiday For Lov-
NAS Jax personnel could sharein units will be used at the Marine ers, 1900 only.
the clubs support of this Corps Base, Twentynine Palms, Hospital-From The Terrace,
project by continuing to make California. I During August 1900 only.
'purchases at the "Not New Friday. Sept. 22
the
Weighing 6,500 pounds, I
month of
During the August,
Shop", as it is funds from this helihut, containing the air defense -i approximately 149 traffic tickets Mainside-Rodan, 1900 only.
% Navy Wives activity that enables system, can be placed in NATTUnit-Fabulous World of
Station Police
were issued by the -
'LATEST WEATHER WEATHER HEAPING REPORT sifLRJUL Jax 86 to contribute to operation within minutes after to violators aboard the Jules Verne, 1900 only.

,. THISWAYi' many such welfare needs. the helicopter lands. Station. Of these, 128 were assigned Hospital-Holiday For Lovers,
1900 only.
Traffic Control
to the
Officer, and 21 to the U. S. Saturday Sept. 23
Commissioner's Court for dis Mainside-The Sergeant WasA
position. Lady, 1900 only.
These cases involved the following NATTUnit-Rodan, 1400 and
violations: reckless driv 1900.
ing, 4; obstructing traffic, 2; Hospital Fabulous World of
improper parking, 16; failing to Jules Verne, 1900 only.
stop at stop sign, 23; speeding, Sunday. Sept. 24
42; faulty equipment, 2; inattentive Mainside-By Love Possessed,.
I driving, 2; accidents, 30; 1400- and 1900.NATTUniIThe.
other violations, 57; and military Sergeant WasA
off-station violations, 13;. Lady, 1400 and 1900.
Action taken on cases by the Hospital-Rodan, 1900 only.
... e= iIi Traffic Control Officer, includ- Monday, Sept. 25
: : ing cases pending from the pre- -Wild Women of
vious month, were: restrictions, Wongo, 1900 only.
i' 39; warnings, 43; dismissed, 13; NATTUnit-By Love Posses-
___ ___ __ __ ___ : government permits revoked, 5; sed, 1900 only.HospitalThe.
referred to other activities for Sergeant Was A
action, 7; transferred, terminated: Lady, 1900 only.Tuesday.
or discharged, 12. Sept. 26
Action taken by the U. S. Mainside-Susan Slade, 1900
__ _Commissioner includes fines, 1; only.
probation, 19; warned, 10; and NATTUnit-Wild Women of
dismissed, 5. Wongo, 1900 only.
4 IdS There were 18 visitors among Hospital-By Love Possessed,
: those who received traffic cita- 1900 only.
tions. Wednesday Sept. 27
Thirteen cases are now pend- Mainside-Suddenly Last Sum-
HORSESHOE PITCHIN' TOURNEy-Lt. G. P. Pullty (center), Officer in Charge of the ing in the Military Traffic Con- mer, 1900 only.NATTUn1tSusan.
FlMt Air Photo Lab, present trophies to the team winners of an elimination tournament held at trol Department, and eight cases Slade, 1900
.the Skeet Club on Wednesday of last week where the Lab. VAP-62 and VFP-62 personnel were pending in the U. S. Commisstoner's only.
contestant Twenty teams were entered In the tourney with the winning team awards going to
Lt (fig). D. V. OrgilL Assistant Officer in Charge, Photo Lab, (left) and, W. R. Mitchell. ADRC. of Court, making a total Hospital Wild Women of
VAP62. I of 21 cases awaiting disposition. Wongo, 1900 only.



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Rises In Week's Play


The third week of Mainside
intramural pin fall, as con-
trasted to the previous period, had plenty of shut-outs rackedup r 4 \ '

to give some teams the boost they needed to go out :; '"
ahead.In .
the high G-S column, Bill
Broderick of A/C Maint. "B" over the Hornets. ,
'
rolled the highest series of the Four 4-0 routs were recordedin >: ;

season with his 630, and VP-30 the National League including 1ft "'::','
Owl Hoot Ray Breton equaled I Hospital over A/C Maint ;

Gulla's high game last week I "C", Echoes .over the Scope :: ,"

with 254. Dopes, Paymasters over the Pin ; :' ''>" ,< .. ,
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In the American League, there Benders and the Stingers over '' : '
were four blank scores as the the Road Runners. Supply "B" /: jiry! :: : :,', ;; ; :'it

Spades Aces dumped A/C Maint scored the only "odd ball" vic- ;1 ,'"
"A", Ten Pins mauled the Pin tory in last week's melee, witha

Queens, Molarolas squelched 3%-% victory over VP-30

ComFairJax "A" and Dispen- "B". The rest were 3-1: NARTUover

sary clubbed Admin MAA's, 4-0. VP-16 and VP-30 "C" over ioI

The remaining A. L. scores read the Pan Handlers.Big T

3-1; Ops AUW over Faetu, Play I I
TWO OUT OF THREE -
Boys over Marines "A" and the Trophies were awarded to
Sky Warriors over the Yellow' Navy linkster division winnersin
Jackets. Scarbrough Ho rton the 6ND Golf Tournament,

Continental turmoil also wit- following its completion last'
Saturday, by golf committee
nessed a similar number as the chairman Doctor Dave Henderson.
Strikes thumped the Untouch- Shown with their awards
ables, O&R shot down the 3rd Jackson Top 6ND GolfIn above are, (left to right) Bill
Crewmen, A/C Maint "B" out Scarbrough, Open titlist: Teddy
Jackson Women's division win.
rolled Ops RBS and the Gro- ner from Charleston Navy Hospital !

cers slaughtered the Owl Hoots, : and Doctor Sam Horton
4-0. The remaining scores were spite of the fact that NABTC Pensacola copped the Senior titlist from the Jack ::
Sixth Naval District Golf Tournament here last
3-1, including the Spartans over trophy sonville Naval Hospital Pictured R.
Army ADA, Fire Balls over Saturday, Jax Navy was well represented at the awards at right is Mary Bisenius
of the Jacksonville Naval Hos.
table with winners in the Open and Senior divisions.
Supply "A" and ComFairJax "B" I pital, winner of the 1960 6NDWomen's
Bill Scarbrough of Opera- title, who
tions AUW Shop finished well 74 and 79. Jerry Foley of VA- and with a score placed of 374,sec 13

ahead of a field of 75 linksters 44 placed .fourth behind two points behind Miss Jackson.
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[Q R sZ:1:: with a 297 total at the Station Pensacolans with 310. I

Jax Navy Hospital's Doctor
course to take the Open division
1. What the final Sam Horton coped the Senior 'Fall Golf
was score title. He broke par by one stroke Cup'
of last season's Army-Navy grid the first day, then finished the Division championship with a

tilt? following three rounds with 73, 317 total, several strokes aheadof ScheduledThe
the second and third place Play (
2. During the four years the holders from Pensacola. Doctor y i?
Air Force Academy has been annual "Fall Cup" Golf
Dave Henderson, chairman of the
in footballit Volleyball MeetScheduled Tournament will be held at
participating varsity local golf committee, took a
the Station
has had just one first-team All- fourth with 327. course September
For 30 and October 1. This will bea
American. Name hint Teddy Jackson of Charleston
36 hole medal play
3. What are the official athletic September 27 Navy Hospital won the Women's tourney
to all club members.
open

colors of West Point? division with a 361 total, followed -
The Mainside athletic director I Entry fee is $2.00, payable at
4. What college football squadis by last year's winner h
will hold an intramural the golf shack.
Mary Bisenius of Jax Navy Hos-
known as the Trojans?
volleyball organizational
pow- pital, with 374.: Pat Plebeau of
5. In what is the term
sport wow in his office in the gym third witha
NAS Jax Admin held
"snapper" used? at 0930 Wednesday, September 431 total. Pigskin Pickers Predict
27, to discuss the future
The 6ND team now competingin
ppippuq! [ aqj 0speq \ schedule. the South Atlantic Regional '61 Grid
Those comands having intentions College OpenersAs
i\eq aqj sdeus oqAJ3 Ceidatfl to enter a team are which expires today, Thursday,
sj jaddeus V 'neq ool uI 'gBUJOJJHO includes locals Bill Scarbrough,
invited to send a represen- has been the tradition fall at the Jax Air News,
Foley and Pat Plebeau. every
:: uiainnos jo n Jerry
{ tative for full information. the sports writer, athletic director, editors and weekly guest make
jCej: pue pio3: ''1Jem 'f: Referees are also ,requestedto Because of duty obligations, Doc- collegiate football I predictions, to see who can come closest to
'8S6I uj UIQJJS spojg sppex 'Z attend the session. tor Horton and Miss Bisenius, 100% accuracy, and attain the title of "Pigskin Swami of the
'ZI WJV-LJ .t\eN '1 were unable to compete. Year."
Guest selector of the week is Ed Travis of the NAS Military
Personnel Office. Games are: Baylor-Wake Forest; Duke-South
Carolina; Georgia Tech-U. of Southern California; Georgi -Alabama
; .Kansas-T.C.U.; Kentucky-Miami (Fla); Memphis State-
Tulsa; Missouri-Washington' State'; Navy-Penn State; Ohio U.
Toledo Purdue-Washington; Rice-L.s.U.i. SyracuseOregon State;
U.C.L.A.-Air Force; and eeper George Washingtonvs
the Citadel.

BAILEY 'LANEY MAC TRAVIS
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Baylor Baylor Baylor Baylor

Duke Duk. Duke Duke

4. Ga. Tech use Ga. Tech use

: 4 Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama
4,
Oregon State Syracuse Syracuse Oregon State

T.C.U. T.C.U. T.C.U.' T.C.U.

Memphis State Memphis State Tulsa Tulsa
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'?;;M"r. 9a Missouri Missouri Millourl MiliourJ

ns m Penn State Penn State Penn State Navy
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VP-30 GRIDMEN READY FOR SEASON-As the 1961 intramural football season gets under- Washington Purdue Washington Purdue
way here at NAS on Monday, these gridmen of VP-30 bear down on their training schedule.
Under the experienced eye of Lt. Paul O. Cutchen ex.University of Florida lineman, the "Sea. Rice Rice L.S.U. L.S.U.
hawks" are preparing for a tough season. Although only in their sophomore year in the circuit U.C.L.A. U.C.L.A. U.C.L.A. U.C.L.A.
Coach Cutchen says he has a group of aggressive contenders and anticipates a highly successful
leuon. The team Is shown as follow: (left to right), H. A. McCoy.RE: P.J. Puglielli. RG: J. P. Rein- George Wllh. George Wllh. George Wllh. George Wash.M .
hardt, C: C. W. Morrison LG I* T. Puckett, LE R. S. Freeman OB and T. W. Galneau. HB.



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''I Physical Fitness Big(Continued Naval from Page 1))

to be played at the NAS Jack-
sonville course on Oct. 13-14-15.
Program Begins Jan. 1 COOPERATING IN the affairare

the Jacksonville Chamber of

Aching muscles will soon be the order of the day for Commerce and the Junior Cham-
tnost Navy men. Even though the new physical fitness pro- ber of Commerce. The Chamberof
gram is not set to begin until ''January 1, 1962, it is expectedthat Commerce will fete a groupof
many units will get an early start on getting their per- high ranking naval officers
sonnel into condition. and distinguished guests at an
,: ; The new program is designed anniversary luncheon on Oct. 13
for both men and women under II program. Officers and petty offi- .. at the Hotel Roosevelt. Featured
40 years of age. Local authori- cers will have such failure notedin : ;t speaker at the luncheon will be

ties will set up programs. for their service records. Rear Adm. William A. Schoech,
personnel over 40. The fitness program applies to Deputy Chief of Bureau of Na-
The Bureau of Naval Person- ships at sea as well as to shore val Weapons.
nel will issue instructions in the stations and the exercises have Reigning over the entire three-
near future on fitness plans for been designed so that they can day proceedings will be Miss
selected reserves and Waves and be performed in close spaces. No Navy Wings of Gold, 20 year-
release an information pamphlet one is exempt, except those ex-! old Anita Cowart of Jackson-
which is being prepared for de- cused for physical disability, and I ville who was selected for the
pendents. tests will be given everywhere, honor this week.
Details of the new program except on ships at sea in bad The local salute is intended to
have been 'outlined in the Jax weather. avia-
focus attention on naval
Air News, although the actual Commands will be required to tion and to note the history-
implementing order, BuPersIn- report the state of their physical] making deeds contributed by
str. 6100, had not been receivedat fitness within three months after I. ':a naval aviators and air and ground
the time. the program becomes' official on crewmen.
Failure to meet the established .January 1.
minimums set in any of the exercise -
groups will mean failureof o. Fund Drive

the test and the individualwill (Continued from Page 1))

then be required to take ,SixteenTeams IH Grid ....,WN .......,..""'"" ,...-.yi'iW...''..'''.,......',.,.>;''''.; ;y.i<..."."....... "'.. ,...,..>. >_,...w.......,_ military and civilian personnel
part in a weekly conditioning MEET MISS NAVY WINGS OF GOLD-"ThU if the loveliest of the Navy in the Jax area
To recipient on whom I haTe ever pinned Navy wing," could traditionally have supported the
Begin well be the thought of Rear Adm. Joseph M. Carton, ComFairJax -
FCC Will Hold and ComNabSix, as he does the honors during the crown CC-UF and that "the entire
On ing of 20-year-old Anita Cowart of Jacksonville as Miss Navy county watches the Navy's parti-
Play MondaySixteen Wings of Gold. Miss Cowart was selected for the honor at a cipation as a sort of barometer
Operator ExamsIn Junior Chamber of Commerce luncheon last Tuesday at the indicating the progress of the
Seminole Hotel. Miss Navy Wings of Gold will reign over the "
JacksonvilleCommercial Mainside intramural three.day proceedings of the giant 50th Naval Aviation Anniver. drive.
touch football teams kick off nary celebration set for Jacksonville October 13, 14, and 15. Luke Sadler, president of the
operator, amateur next week at the stadium and J CC-UF, in his address to the
and I' parade ground on Yorktown group declared that "The Navy
extra, general class opera Missile
tor examinations will be con- Boulevard, in their bids for ,a Catholic/ Mission Training and its personnel have always
ducted by a representative from league pennant and the Station done their share, and more, in
the Miami Federal Communications crown. WBegmHereOnSepfember24// Target Successfully the past and for this the citizensof
Commission in Jacksonvilleon All games are scheduled for Duval County are most grate-

Friday, October 20. Monday through Thursday at Launched Pt. MuguThe ful.
Examinations will be held in 1600 unless otherwise noted. A/C The annual Catholic Mission Campaign chairman Leo
the National Guard Armory at Maintenance and VA-35 will will be held in St. Edward's nation's first missile Bowles also expressed appreciation -
the Corner of State and MarketSts. play their opener at the stadium, chapel from Sunday, September training target developed with for the fine support militaryand
and VP-30 clashes with the Ma- 24th, through Thursday, speed and altitude performanceto civilian personnel of the
It is necessary that applicants rines on the parade ground 'on September 28th. match the capabilities the Navy have given the Community
intending to appear for exa-. Monday, September 25. During the mission there will latest aircraft has been success- Chest-United Fund down throughthe
minations notify FCC, P. O. Bpx The remaining week's sched- be two Masses daily, at 0600 fully launched at the Naval Mis- years. "This is the Americanway
150, Miami, Fla., of the class ule looks like, this: Tuesday- and at 1645, with brief instruction sile Center, Point Mugu, Calif. of helping those less fortu-
license or licenses desired before NARTU versus VP-16 at the following each Mass. The supersonic, expendable nate than ourselves," he said.
the examination date in stadium, and Admin versus VA- The principal mission service target, officially called the XKD- "Embodied in this CC-UF cam-
order that proper application 44 at the parade ground; Wed- each day will be at 1930. 2B-1, will be operational by Oct- paign is our own philosophy of
forms may be forwarded for nesday-Faetu versus VA-176 at The exercises will be con- ober 1962. The high speed targetis life and principles of Ameri-
their execution. These forms the stadium, and Air Force 679th. ducted by the Reverend Louis designed to provide realistic canism, that of not permitting
should be completed and mailedin versus MARTD at the parade. Furton, C.M., a former mili- training and development test- people to suffer if we can helpit.
order to reach the FCC Office ground; Thursday-Hospital versus tary chaplain. ing for advanced weapons sys- ."
before October 13. VAP-62 at the stadium. tems. No overall goal has been announced -
In order to avoid confusion, it for the Navy, which is
is requested that a note be attached shooting for a target of "One
to applications stating Day's Pay" from each individualand
that it is intended that the examination 100 percent participationfrom
will be taken in Jack- units. Some 20 separate
sonville on Friday, October 20. Navy activities In the Jax area
Further information may be '' : I. are participating.
L
obtained by calling Chief T. l Co-Chairmen for the Navy's

Lewie, Ext. 397.Classified. ty .t t# t' A... drive are Capt. James J. DavisJr.
.. 4 f and Leonard Eubanks.
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,. DependentsContinued
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r.y Ak. ::gY 1w:::
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transportation to Western Europe,
For Sal. has been discontinued.In .
Ortega Hlli-3! bdrm, 1% bath, brick, 4xt ><
} addition the directive said
by Lcdr. ,
owner W. Marina, 7302 Ortega
Hill Dr.Ced.r. that dependents of all personnelnow
HilU-3 bdrm, 2 bath, $1,000 in receipt of formal travel
Equity Lt. Sutherland, SP 1- 997 or authorization whose transportation -
Ext. 8321, t: i
For font is scheduled, prior to Octo-
Trailer-1 bdrm, $.c5 per mo, W..- _j 4\u ber 9 will be encouraged to
connett area; Marie Howard, SP 1-2266 forego their decision to travelto
or SP 1-3211 Ext. 567.
Western Europe.
Orange Park-2 blrm, kit equip, $65,
this
tvall Sept. 18; W. Z. Tarr, CO 4-9773 Personnel affected by sus-
after 1600. pension are to be advised of
Murray Hill-3 bdrm, kit equip, $75 their entitlement of the trans-
per mo; EV 7-3909 after 1700.St. portation of their dependents and
Johns Park-1 bdrm, prl entr; AAri.
Ida Beliiario, EV 85503. the shipment of their household
Murray Hill-unfurn house, 2 bdrm, effects to a designated point within -
kit equip/ Mrs. S. D. Groves, EV 9-4275. the United States with the exception -
Y, y. '. J. ... ""' ""' -v
lakeihore bdrm kit imi; : j;; l1 !h = : T!
equip opt. $90
Alaska and Hawaii.All .
per mo, children unfurn, avail; N. R. SUPPLY PERSONNEL TOUR VA.44-The. NAS Supply Department's training program has of
Wlllit, EV 9-5954. been extended to include various fleet squadrons and O..R areas which is intended to give its of these stipulations, with
Lakeshore Cottagt bdrm, kit equip, employees a better knowledge of actual operations and a broader outlook and perspective of the exception of the last paragraph -
unfurn, $65 per mOl EV 9-8357. what their contributions to the overall effort really means. The group shown here Include, (left apply to dependents of
Jax .lch-unfurn, 3 bdrm, upr, 218 to right), J. N. Allen Lt (jg] ). R. K. Dycus who conducted the group tour and discussed various fleet
13th Ave. N; Padrick, EV 7-3658 after procedures of VA.44; Mrs. Faye Roof; Mrs. Dorothy May Mrs. Helen Voighit Mr. Intha Eubank civilians as well as military per-
1615. Mrs. Joan Smith; Mrs. Marion Simonson, and Otis McCormick. "Kneeling Kenneth Glass. sonnel.R .