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Vol. 19 No. 27 U. S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 5 October 1961CRIMINAL




r Defense Secretary Says




\ I&E Program Is VitalSecretary


r1 of Defense Robert S. McNamara has empha-

sized the importance of an effective and vigorous informa-

tion and education program as one of the most vital aspectsof
national strength.

Is.. ai Secretary McNamara, speaking
before the Senate Committee on doms which the nation is call-
l: Armed Services, said there wasa : ing them to defend and the

necessity for "full consciousness nature of Soviet'communism
: il\t L' on the part of our soldiers, which seeks to take them away."

..\ .. sailors, airmen and 'Marines of The military establishment is
"''" ': "
our national goals and national the most powerful the nation
,
',' """ I purposes-coupled with equal has ever operated in peacetime
;j.'':': \ consciousness of the nature ofa I and more money is being devoted

] potential enemy. : to preparedness than ever before
: except in time of war. Both Na-
"OUR FIGHTING the
men,
tional Guard and Reserve citi-
; .: Secretary stated, "should know
zen soldiers being mobilized.
the positive values of the free- are
AMERICANS HAVE accepted

these sacrifices, said McNamara,
a. ..',3.. ADJ ShortagesWill because they know their free-
doms are threatened as never
Be Eased before.As .

New a means of explaining the"spirit"
,. "",x" .,:, '" By Steps'Several in which the Defense
INVESTIGATORS monthly meeting of investigators from local military, steps are being taken establishment should conduct its
federal, city and county law enforcement agencies were hosted by the NAS Security: Departmentat to alleviate the shortage information the Secre-
,
a luncheon in the Smith Room of the Civilian Cafeteria last Friday. The meetings, held at .of personnel in the ADJ ser- program
various Naval activities in the area, serve to foster liaison between :the agencies, a by-product of tary pointed out the unparalleled -
which is the exchange of ideas information and special techniques that may be used in their pur- vice rating, according to information ambition, power and organ-
suit of criminal inresiigation. Principal speaker for the occasion was Walter Morris, Superintendent received from the ization of Soviet communism
of the NAS Overhaul and Repair Department Laboratory, (standing), who addressed the Enlisted Personnel Distribution seeking to dominate the globe.
group on the topic of "Physical Analysis," pointing out information that can be obtained through Office.
laboratory analysis of physical evidence. Seated at the table are (left to right), Capt. James R. THE SOVIET system would
Compton, NAS Jax commanding officer Capt. Hartsel D. Allen NATTU commanding officer, and The output of ADJ "A" seek not the obliteration of a
executive officer. school is being increased and
Comdr. Eugene F. Verdery NATTU I conquered people, but of their
the ADJ service rating placedon
customs, social and political

125 Selective Schedule Of Events For Current the "Open planning Rating"also list.indicates structure compared, religion this and philosophy freedoms.He to.

that the if
majority, that of Hitler, but pointed out
not all, of the personnel pass- that Soviet communism is
Service MembersTo Celebration Is RevealedThe oper-
ing the service-wide examina- ating from a stronger position
tion for ADJ will be advanced.In than Hitler ever held.

Meet Here schedule of events for Jacksonville Navy's gigantic addition, assignment of "As Secretary of Defense," he
celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Naval Aviationto ADRs to ADJ billets is being continued, "it is my policy that
be staged on October 13, 14 and 15, has been unveiled. encouraged with the under- the members of the military
members of
Some 125
RegionIII
of the Selective Service Sys- The agenda, planned and put together by all Navy standing that an ADR can establishment be indoctrinatedin
commands in the Jacksonville area, includes three anniversary normally qualify for ADJ the role they are playing in
tem will at Jacksonville
convene balls, a VIP luncheon, golf tournament, an Open after about three months in- the battle against communism-
Naval Air Station for two weeks
House day featuring a spectacular program, and Jax Navy'sown service training. I through knowledge of the
beginning Monday, October 9. queen, Miss Navy Wings of Gold, who will reign over I (Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 3))
The of active
group, composed
affair.
the entire three-day
duty and reserve officers from CHUCK CABOT and his orchestra, featuring Wee Bon-
all branches of the service sta-
nie Baker, will play for dancing at all three anniversaryballs.
tioned in the Southeastern area, An All Hands dance is set for 2000, October 13, at the
will have their headquarterswhile spacious Jacksonville Coliseum; with dances for chief petty

at NAS in Building 711. officers and officers to be held at the Duval County Armoryon TS.:. .
Gen. Calton
Brig. Dargush, October 14 and 15 respectively.Also 3
from the Selective Service Sys- making an appearance at the dances will be the 't
tem Headquarters in Washington well known recording and TV artists, the Four Aces; the :
D.C., will be on hand for Navy's famous Steel Band from San Juan, Puerto Rico; and
the first two days of the con- the Naval Aviation Training Command Choir from Pensa-
ference. Washington representatives -

of five government agencieswill cola.MISS NAVY WINGS of Gold, 20-year-old Anita Cow-

participate in the discus- art, will be presented in ceremonies at the All Hands dance. (

sions. Uniform will be required for all dances, with semi-for-

During the two-week confer- mal evening wear for civilian guests and ladies. 4 if
ence, which will serve as the Climax of the three-day celebration 'will be the Open f
annual two-week active duty House show on Sunday' Oct. 15 at Jacksonville Naval Air

training cruise for most of the Station, where gates will be open from 1000 to 1700.
participants, the group will hold ON THE AGENDA for the Open House program is an
discussions on problems relatingto attractive static display of equipment and aircraft and an
the national plan for civil de- air show featuring the Blue Angels and the "Chuting Stars."

fense and defense mobilization.The Here is the schedule of events:
Friday, Oct. 13
first two days the con-
1230-Luncheon the Jacksonville Area Cham-
sponsored by
ference will be held at King
Hall and will shift to Mainside ber of Commerce.
Adm. F. J. Brush ComCARDivSix.
Guest -
speaker-Rear ,
Theater, Building 612, for the
remainder of the discussions. .
1300-50th Anniversary Golf Tournament opens; Pro-Am 'IT'S THOSE AMG's AGAIN' Four-year-old Toni Able
, Conference director is Col. play. struck a serious and critical pose during her tour at the Overhaul -
James Davis, regional field officer and Repair Department 'Family Day' open house rtcenlly,
of Region III with head- 2000-All Hands Dance at Jacksonville Coliseum. appearing to be analyzing this helicopter's troubles. Equally
pensive and amused at the little cutie s serious observation is
quarters in Atlanta, Ga. He is Chuck Cabot and orchestra featuring Wee Bonnie
Charlie R. Constantin, guard with the O&R Securiy Department.
assisted by Lt. Col. Joel Kincaid. (Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 5)) Ton,is the daughter of NAS Safety Director Charlie Able.



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! gags 2 JAX AIR NEWS

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i Safe Driving Cold War Ideas Needed!

Jflz1UW 6

Courses Set By NAS Advisory PanelThe

NAS, Jacksonville Fot October
Capf. J. R. Compton Commanding Officer Constitution stands for a government that is men's
Comdr. Walter J. Schub Executive Officer Naval Air Technical Training
the avowed
but of
his master purpose theCommunist
Fleet Air Jacktonvlllei NAB 6ND Unit is continuing to conducta servant; not
that form of government. This "by
Rear Adm. Joseph M. Canon Commander is to destroy
Safe Course which
Capt. Vincent Casey Chief of Staff, FalrJax Deriving? the people} for the people" routine to them is for the birds.
Is to satisfy training ?
designed L .. ." -
Capt. C. L Moore, Jr. Chief of Staff, NAB Six "birds UJ. a *v-
Fleet Air Wing Eleven required in NAS JAX Instruction Well,
Capt. Renfro Turner, Jr_.._.. Commander 1510. should flock together so, what NATTU Doctor
Capt. Andrew H. Cowart Chief Staff Officer kind of bird are we? Dove, Mug-
Naval Air Technical Training Unit The course consists of two wump, or Eagle? The Commies
Capt. Hartiel D. Allen Commanding Officer morning sessions of four hours have proven what kind they Honored OnRetiremenl
Comdr. Eugene F. Verdery Executive Officer each with the next courses to feeding on the
are-Vultures,
Naval HospitalCapt. 23-24 and Oct.
be held Oct.
R. 0. Canada Commanding Officer sufferings of millions of oppres-
Capt. Stephen H. Tollni....... Executive Officer 25-26, from 0730 to 1130 daily. sed people; dividing the car-

Capt. Ralph E. Elliott Jr. Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Commending Officer NAS has been alloted a casses of once free nations among Dr. John P. Ingle, Supervisorof i

Comdr. William M. Miller...__ Executive Officer standing quota of 30 persons themselves, and fomenting hat- Training with the Instructor I
Printed commercially with non-appropriated fund In Jackionvllle, Florida et for the course. Quotas may be reds, uprisings, and distrust Training School at the Naval Air \
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July throughout the rest of the world. Technical Training Unit here at b
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air obtained by calling CI&E Ext. They push on all fronts: national the Naval Air Station, was officially
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing -
II, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit ind U.S. Naval Hospital. 618. international, domestic, retired from federal service -
Service Information Offlcr._.___.._.Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnls, Jr. social, educational-you name it, last Friday. I
Assistant Service Information Offf".L..-Amir. H. Planey they're on the spot; spreadingtheir The doctor was feter at a re- I
News Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb Stlff-M. Spencer JO1 Sandy Marffnson, doctrines and tirement luncheon in his
poisonous honor
JOSN Ralph Bailey, SN. Photographer, Joy Moreau, PH2.
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association end Southern end International Navy-Air Force waging a COLD WAR that by Comdr. A. A. Cipolat, NAT-
Councils of Industrial Editors. threatens our way of life. TU's Director of Training; W. M.
The lax Air News Is e member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Materiel What's the antidote? It's so Ross, NATTU Educational Con-
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit la given. Photographs
unless otherwise credited, are official I U.S. Navy Photographs. Cooperate To simple, yet so magnificent. It'sWE sultant, and his fellow employees.Both .
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone THE PEOPLE. Not the Comdr. Cipolat and Mr.
extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. "Peoples Democracy," not "co- Ross lauded Dr. Ingle for his
Save III Man existence," nor a "state directed" services and expressed their
effort. It's simply WE THE thanks for a job well done.
CNO Advises Navymen A fine example of Navy-Air PEOPLE of the UNITED STA- Dr. Ingle had been employedin
force cooperation was exhibited TES,' born to a free way of life, various positions with NATTU
last week by Jax-based with a heritage of freedom gua- since being employed there in
On Buildup Position"Once Patrol Squadron 30 plane crew ranteed by the Constitution as 1951. He came to NATTU after

led by Lt. John W. Grunenwaldon an inalienable right. having spent five and a half years

the a routine navigation training The Communists are mastersof with the Veterans Administrationas
again our country and free world face a mili-
tant challenge by the Sino-Soviet bloc. Our Navy, together flight to Roosevelt Roads, Puerto the art of COLD WAR. Unlesswe a vocational advisor and per.
with the other armed forces of the United States and our Rico. meet the challenge we'll sonal counselor in its rehabilitation -

allies, must be prepared to meet 'threats to our freedom by Only an hour away from Grand indeed be "buried." What can program for disabled vete-
military operations, either separately or concurrently, in all Turk, Turks Island, pilot Grune- you do? What can we do? The rans. Some 25 years of teachingin
parts of the world."MEASURES. wald was advised by the radio answer is simple-THINK, read, the public schools and college
ALREADY have been taken by the Presi- facility at Ramey Air Force Base, seek the facts, study, remember preceded that work.
dent and the Congress to provide increased strength, greater Puerto Rico, that a man at Grand your heritage. FIGHT for it! He plans now to return to his
flexibility and power for our armed forces. Within the Navy Turk had been stricken with appendicitis At home, on the job, EVERY- home in Gainesville, Fla., whew,
these measures have included an increase in our personnel and required immediate WHERE. You're free. Free to after a short vacation, he expects
ceiling, the retention in the fleet of certain ships previously evacuation. choose, free to act, free to make to continue to work in the

scheduled for mothballing and activation of others, the re- Lt. Grunenwald told Ramey decisions. So, decide now to put fields of psychology and educa:

tention on active duty of certain officers and men whose that the Navy crew could do the your unique knowledge to work. tion.
skills are of vital importance in the operation of our ships, job. One hour later the plane Need a guide? Most of us do HALF-TIME PATRIOT your

and the recall to active duty of reserve sea and air units. landed at Grand Turk, picked up at times. Well, the Navy has ideas and thoughts can be the
Other measures will be taken as are considered necessary many such guides. Particularlygood most effective weapons.
the ailing man and with a minimum
by the President."In ones will be found in OP- Don't let that bright idea
this critical period we must exploit every means at of 15 minutes on the groundwas NAV Notice 3410 of 12 September get away! It, with others, may
our disposal to increase our readiness, by achieving the maxi- airborne again for Ramey 1960, and in NASJAX Instruction be the answer the Cold War Ad-
mum potential of the ships, aircraft, and equipment in the AFB. 3410.1 of' 27 October visory Panel is seeking to help
active fleets. We must be thoroughly and precisely prepared 1960.
The pilot and delivered the United States win the fight.
crew
in every respect to carry out, if ordered to do so by the Pre- These guides, however, are
sident, all traditional Naval operations incidental to the their patient to Ramey, some 250
successful that-and that only. They can't Safari boss: "How tall is that
prosecution of armed conflict, at sea and in supportof miles from Grand Turk, just do your THINKING for you. So, native over there?"
U. S. or allied troops ashore. three hours after notification of write it down! Send it in. In Guide: "About six feet two in

"IN THIS CONNECTION .we must_also_ exploit to the the emergency. this COLD WAR, DON'T BE A his stalking feet."
fullest me talents, aoiiiiies, and potentialities 01 our person- I --- -
nel presently on active duty and those being recalled from r : :"
i"
the reserve in order that we may successfully meet the .
challenge of the complexities of our modern weapons sys- _
tems. We must also use all available means of persuasion to
retain in the Navy those skilled and technically competent
officers and men whose talents 'are of immeasurable value
in the operation and maintenance of the equipment which!
form these systems.

"Within the shore establishment, maximum effort must
be expended in the execution of its basic responsibility, to
Support the fleet. Never before in Naval history have there
been such tremendous requirements for such a variety of
items of supply or of methods and means of construction and
repair. The challenge to those ashore is equally as great as ft
that facing our Navy afloat. _

"OF EQUAL IMPORTANCE is the requirement to pro-
vide every possible means of assistance and support for the
dependents of those aboard ships or overseas who may be

away from home for long and unexpected periods of time .} .y.
A
under the most difficult of conditions. It is necessary that
their morale be kept at the highest possible level, and no
single factor can contribute more to their peace of mind and : $
efficiency than knowledge that their families are being i
looked after and cared for in the best possible manner.
"Finally, I am fully aware of the sacrifices which the
officers and men of the Naval Reserve, whose units are
being recalled to active duty, are being called upon to make.
Rest assured that you are needed, and that your presence in
uniform is in the interests of our national security. Your

units will add much to our overall readiness and better ... ?t,,. '_>>:<.. ;f'irt. ,
prepare us for whatever assignments we may be given. It is SIGNS OF THE TIMES-With the implemeimng> instructions" w;
new
a sincere pleasure to welcome you aboard, and to know physical fitness program, the above scene is beginning to be the now"sign out of for the the time"Navy's in many
that you are joining us in making the most of what we have units here at NAS Jax. These members of the Flaet Air Photo Lab were caught in this unusual
in what I am confident will be a highly professional man- position, the by a fellow photographer last Friday as they went through the prescribed exercises. Directing -
conditioning session was U. S. Strickland PHC with back to camera, and those shown
ner. participating are (left to right), P. W. Parker, PHANj J. R. Miscue, PH2; and P. P. Crowe, PH2.



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5 October 1961 TAX: AIR NEWS Page 3


E .1= Fire Prevention Week

If Ya'Ask I

Set For October 814President


UsRed } Harding during his
of flammable liquids; overloading
{ terms of office by Presidential
China has been seek- : Proclamation set aside a special of electrical circuits; accum-
ulations of trash and rubbish
ing recognition as a sovereign ; i week in which this fire occurredas ;
foolish of matches when
government by the United fE "Fire Prevention Week," use
Nations for a number of which has been observed since searching in a closet; and smok-
Y ing in bed are other hazards to
years. It now has a better that time.
chance than ever before to : r 8-14 life and proprty.
The week, October While it is recognized that the
succeed as a result of Dag should serve only as a reminder.For the
small fire losses through
Hammarskjold's death. Do fire prevention, like most
7 Jacksonville
years at NAS reflect -
you think they should be ad- everything else that is good, the cooperation of all
mitted, and if so, what wouldbe must be practiced daily to be is
hands, the Fire Department
the consequences? worthwhile. What is fire pre-
of its achievementin
justly proud
"The event- vention In most it is the
? cases
fields of fire
"' h'gr' ual admittance r' w the preventionand
: of Red China application of plain common protection.FOR .

will come sense. THE YEAR of 1960 the

: about in the MOST FIRE hazards are vain- NAS Fire Department respondedto

near future COMING TO JAX-Parachute Rigger Elmer Rice and Chief ly obvious and everyone has 249 alarms on the station, laid
with or without Warrant Officer Lew Vinson of the Navy'i "Chuting Stan" receive from time to time been reminded out 19,300 feet of hose, 105 first
their last minute instructions from team leader Ltjg( ). Mel of them: the careless disposalof aid extinguishers were used and
.
(.:'F.'y' ( our ap- Greenup. The "Chuting Stars" will perform here at NAS Jax a3"" cigarettes, matches and cigars buildings aboard were in-
3,009
,;:, ., proval. In the air show during Open House being held on October 15 in
conjunction with the 50th still ranks as the number one spected. In addition all depen-
spite of the increased Anniversary of Naval Aviation celebration
1H "
k: '::iL::: :: } { being conducted locally on October 13 14 and 15. offender; handling and storage dent housing on the Station and
>n J.:K :......\ 1. pres- .
Deroin tige and power in Dewey Park were inspected.In

with membership, this will 'Chuting Stars' To Thrill Jac'ksonvilleOct. the course of these inspec-
not appreciatively effect our po- tions, many hazards were un-
covered which, if gone unde-
licy toward Mao Tse Tsung'sregime.
The obstacle is tected, could have caused fire.
largest With Free Falls AcrobaticsTo 15
the possible contradictory recog- The close and conscientious cooperation -

nition of two Chinas, and the help commemorate this of all hands aboard
co-pilot and Lt. R. B. Arnold 120 miles hour to less than station has immeas-
feud and dissention which will "Golden Year of the Golden ; an the helped
team liaison officer. 15 miles an nour. The jumpers urably.IN .
arise out of this. Raymond J. Wings, the Navy has formeda
Parachute WHEN PERFORMING the then steer their chutes so as to KEEPING the Station'sfire
Deroin, ADC (Ret.). Exhibition Team
"It's "timewe and christened it the "Chut- "Chuting Stars" bail out at land in a target area in front of frequency and severity ratesat

took a ing Stars. These same 12,500 feet, then free fall two the spectators.This a minimum, the Fire Depart-

realistic attitoward- "Chuting Stars" will be mak- miles through space trailing red, form of exhibition com- ment operates as part of the

tude ing their first appearance In white and blue smoke. Duringthe monly known as "skydiving"has Security Department.

the Commie Jacksonville when they per- 60-second plunge, the been popular in Europe for Thanks to the vigilance of all

government in '' form at Open House at NAS "Chuting Stars" attain speeds of many yea r s. However, the concerned, the local fireman can

China. It ex- "" ": Jax on October 15. two miles a minute, while per- "Chuting Stars" are not profess- justifiably stick out their chestsas

ists. It may The team, which is scheduledto forming acrobatics, crisscrossing ional skydivers. All of the men they observe this year's Fire

not be palat- S begin their daredevil jumpsat .and passing batons in mid- on the team are naval parachutists Prevention Week. However, no

able to us to about 1345 during the 50th air.In whove volunteer test work one can relax that vigil.

have such a <.s:M. :: : a> Anniversary of Naval Aviation the two seconds it takes has pioneered in the researchand Here are a few rules to follow
large antiMyett celebration on October 15, is the parachutes to open, the development of pilot safety for fire protection:

western hate-monger in a world composed of volunteer naval jumpers slow their descent from and survival equipment. Know the location of your

peace organization, but the For- parachutists who have been engaged ------- -- nearest fire alarm box.

mosan government just doesn't in research and develop- Know how to operate it

have any real power. As a result ment test jumping at the Naval Two Patrol SquadronAre should the occasion present

most countries will be inclined Parachute Facility, El Centro, itself.
to eventually grant Red Calif. During the year they have Know your classes of fires.

China a seat in the assembly, been appearing at aerial demon- Added To FA W-II Know what type extinguisher -
and perhaps the security coun- strations throughout the coun- to use in each case.

cil." Milton Myett, AOC, USS Above all-know how to
try.THE Two patrol squadrons were added to Fleet Air Wing
Franklin D. Roosevelt."I "CHUTING STARS" these extinguishers.Know .
are operate
Eleven here at NAS this past Sunday. One, is Naval Reserve
:
am definitely led by Ltjg( ), Mel Greenup of the location of your
Patrol Squadron 741 and the other Patrol Squadron Seven. I
'f1i: Q.v. against Sonora, Calif., a veteran smoke nearest exit.
Red China'sbid jumper of the U. S. Forest Ser- Recalled to active duty befor Project Mercury. Keep your aisles clear.

for admit- vice with more than 230 jumps.He cause of the current build-up, Comdr. William F. Abernathy Keep your extinguishers un-

tance. Such an is assisted by Chief Warrant VP-741 is composed mainly of is the commanding officer of VP- obstructed.
act would do Officer Lewis T. Vinson from Jacksonville residents and is a Observe "No Smoking" re-

irreparabledamage Canoga Park, Calif., who was local reserve unit. Most of the 7. gulations.

to they called back to active service at squadron's personnel were em- _____
0 r g a nization, his own request to form the ployed at the NAS Jax O&R de-

rendering it "Chuting Stars." CWO Vinson, partment.The .

ineffectiveHam one of the truly "greats" in the reserve squadron was >

through veto, field of parachuting, has made commissioned in July 1946. It's

intrigue and political blackmail: more than 860 jumps. present: commanding officer is _S f i5LY
We can look forward to increasing Other jumper members tof the Comdr. Richard L. Oreair.

i communist pressure in team are George Harrison, PR1,
Southeast Asia Wash. with 355 It was the first Naval Re-
especially Laos from Seattle, ,
and Viet Nam. This will quite jumps; Robert Rechnow, PR1, serve patrol squadron to be recalled -
in the Korean War and
naturally mean more police actions Mountain Grove, Mo., 310
if not all-out war." Bob jumps; Don Burroughs, PHI, was one of the first five to be
called because of the Berlin
Ham, AN, VA-176. Cleveland, Ohio, 245 jumps; Elmer up
situation.
"The United Rice, PR3, Buffalo, Mo.,
Nation's effec- 355 jumps; Coy Martin, AM3, Patrol Squadron Seven comesto

tiveness willbe ., Houston, Texas, 227 jumps; Al- Jax from Brunswick, Maine,
con sider- ter Euart, AM3, Netcong, N.J., and will aid in FAW-U's missionof

ably weakenedby 165 jumps; and Ken Lentz, training Navy' patrol squad'I.'I.'
two major HM2, El Modena, Calif., 55 rons in submarine
communist "a jumps. When added together providing anti-submarine protec-

powers vetoing these jumpers have fallen a dis- tion and surveillance of coastal

moves toward tance greater than that betweenLos areas of the southeastern Uni-

political mili- Angeles and Boston. ted States.In .

tary stability.s Carter' The team detachment includes addition, the squadron will YvQI
It can be said officer in charge Lcdr. Lester perform missile tracking duties"Who's
that the USSR is fearful of Red Hellers, plane commander of the

Chinese motives, and that theydon't aircraft; Lt: Herman Bischoff, the swell man you was
follow the party line, but talking to?" asked Tony, the
the two will command and coerce China is admitted, because of bootblack.
the organization into chaos their permanent powerful seat
and ruin. As for the Nationalist in the Security Council which "Aw, him and me's worked
government, Formosa needs the helps balance East and West." together for years," answered

protection of the U.N. They SSgt. Billy G. Carter, Air Mickey, the newsboy. "He's the i
FIRE PREVENTION WEEK' OCTOBER 8-14
wont| drop out even if Red I Force 679th. editor of one of my papers.




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40 Enlisted Men Give

i.Qa o..,. t

Blood At Donor CenterThe


Blood Donor Center at the Naval Hospital has ;q, r j.M 'Cry.
reported a total of 40 enlisted men donated blood duringthe *k.

month of September.The .
Center donations are for the use of military per-
sonnel and their dependents, with others eligible to receive

assistance in case of an emergency- ) \
Blood donors on September ;}

12 were: James D. Dixon, SR;
Early CC-UF Jimmie A Fillingin, SA; WilliamW.

Hemmans, SA; Richard A.
Klauck, AN; Ronald E. Skiles, : .
Drive Tally SN; and Larry M. Tingley, AA; >
>
all of the NAS Brig. \) '

Sixteen enlisted men from
Looks Good
NATTU donated blood on Sep..'

tember 13 including Harold
,
The number of activitiesthat
Jones, ABEC, Training Facilities r'y } "
have zoomed "over thetop" '
Jackson- Division; Ray L. Aebersold, AN;
in the current
Mardon S. Connelly, AN; GeraldA.
Chest-
ville Navy Community
Davis, AA; and John G.
United Fund effort has risento
Smith, AA, all of AE "A" School
six within the past week.
laVerne R. Foljahn] AE2, and
Joining the select group of activities "FLYING DUTCHMEN" GRADUATES The first group of Royal Netherlands Navy men io
who have either met or Henry A. Morris, AE3-P1, of attend training at the Naval Air Mobile Training Detachment here at NAS Jax will receive
AE "B" School. their final certificates of graduation in ceremonies there tomorrow Friday October 6. The group
exceeded their quota were Ma- Also from NATTU's AO "A" which reported for training on P2V-7 aircraft in August are shown here as they were presented
rine Corps Reserve Training certificates for completion of she first four phases of their training course from Ens. D. P. Ken
Center and Commander Naval School were: Emmett T. Higdon, nebeck (left), last week. Receiving certificates for the group is Marijn A. Klasen ADC. Looking
Air Bases Sixth Naval District AA; Edward B. Hutchinson, AA; on are (left to right, front row). Harry G. Schuite, AD2; Adolf H. Snackey ADC; Johannes D.
staff. Previously NARTU Jax, James P. McGreevy, AA; PhillipL. Smaling ADC; and Willem Roelofsen, ADI. In the back is Johan H. Poortermans, AD2.
AA and D.
Parker, Raymond
Naval Reserve Training Center,
Marine Air Reserve Training Sonderup, AA. Service Parents Flying Dutchmen Complete

Detachment, and Navy Recruit- Four donors from the Marine
ing Office had posted "over the Air Detachment were: Pfc. Reminded Of ID
banners.AT James W. Easton, Jfc. Fred F.
top"
THE SAME time one of the Gutierrez, Pvt. Sam A. Leonardi! Card NecessityParents P2V-7 Course At NAMTD
and Pfc. Joseph A. Mariotto.
larger departments of the Naval Six "Flying Dutchmen" who reported to the Naval Air
Blood donors from the Brig
on of dependents 10
Air Station, the Public Works yearsof Mobile Training'Detachment here at, NAS in August to un-
Jack D.
the first September 19 were: age or older are reminded
Department, became dergo training on P2V-7 aircraft are scheduled to complete
,
Branham FN Harold O. Child-
that
sub-unit at NAS Jax to ; dependents are required to
major the top. This is consid- ress, SN;' Edward J. Kulvander, show DD Form 1173, when reporting their course of instruction tomorrow,_October_ .6. __
go over The Royal Netherlands Navy
achievement so SR; Charles T. Kurtz, SR; Ken- for medical treatment or
ered quite an said to be the first
neth L. Reid SA and Raymond for other men are
; privileges.All
in the drive for a depart-
early The from that country to undergo
ment the size of Public Works. Twyford, FA. station personnel with dependents Up training at NAMTD and are
Some 16 separate activities in Donors from NATTU for Sep- 10 years of age or over tentatively scheduled to departon
the Jacksonville area, involving tember 20 were: Dewey D. Os- who do not have these Dependent LADDER October 7. ''it
close to 30,000 military and civilian born, AA; and Wilmot L. Sewell, I.D. Cards are urged to apply t
personnel, are participatingin AA, of AO "A" School; Joe K. for them. They should make With Civilians ADC Marijn A. Klasen, the
the drive. Shearon, A03, AO "B" School; sure that dependents are pro- senior man of the group, will

NO OVERALL MONETARYgoal Lyle M. Barstow, A03; RobertL. perly indoctrinated in the necessity The Industrial Relations De- accept the final course comple-
has been announced for the Hanning, Loren G. Hilton, A- for keeping the cards partment has announced the pro- tion certificates for the group.

Navy which is aiming for "One A; Johnny G. Lassiter, AEAN, readily available (on their per- motions of 20 civil service em- Training for the group was
Day's Pay" from each individ- and E. J. Maher, AA, of AE "A" son) when applying for privil- ployees here at NAS Jacksonville divided into five phases, begin-
ual and a 100% participation. School. eges inscribed on the reserve between August 27 and October ning with familiarization with

Personnel are reminded that From AE "B" School were side. 1, 1961. the P2V-7. Other phases included

they need not contribute in one donors Thomas H. Dunn, AE3; Ready availability of this card Promoted at Overhaul and Repair machinist maintenance, struct-
lump sum, but can pledge their Jerry T. Nolan, AE1; Charles D. can save much time and effort Department were RobertaJ. ural maintenance, electrical

donation and pay during the Reeps, AE1; Howard R. Stewart, during medical emergencies, Baldwin, Clerk-Typist, GS-2, maintenance, and ending with a
course of the drive or directly to AE1, and Raymond R. TaylorJr. whether locally or away from a to same, GS-3; Ovid D. Bennett, final phase on ordnance main-

the CC-UF on an installment ., AE2. person's duty station. Engineering Draftsman, General, tenance.
plan throughout the year. Pvt. Raymond B. Farris, and GS-6, to same, GS-7; Edwin H. Ens. D. F. Kenneckbeck pre-
Pvt. G. R. Grandfield, donated Wife: "Why, George, you took Holmes and William E. Hope, sented the men completion cer-
Seaman: "If this storm con-; from Marine Air Detachment. the wrong carriage-this baby both from Aircraft Mechanic, tificates for the first four phasesof
tinues we'll have to heave to." Edward G. Freeman, HM3, isn't ours." General, to Assistant Production the training last week, in the
Tourist: "What a horrible way was the donor from the Naval Husband: ,"Shut upl This one Controlman, Aircraft Mechanic, absence of Lcdr. R. M. Kingsley,
to put it." Hospital Lab Staff. has rubber' tires." General; Raymond H. Howe, Naval Air Mobile Training

Electrician, Aircraft, to Inspector, Group Area Representative.Lcdr. .
Aircraft Electrical Systems; and Kingsley will present the
Daniel R. White, Helper Electro- final certificates on their grad-
plater to Machine Operator. uation Friday.

Public Works Department pro-

: JY'y motee was Daniel L. White,
'
Mechanical Engineer, GS-5, to 1962 Sub SchoolApplications
same, GS7.Employees.

promoted at Supply

,." o:9E, Department were Bernice B. Due
t tv 0tR rp: wr'. > }
Nettle, Clerk-Stenographer, GS3 -
to same, GS-4; and Marie P. By October 16

Wood, Stock Control Supervisor,
GS-7, to same, GS-S. Deadline for receipt of applica-
Promoted at Comptroller De- tions for the January 1962 Sub-
Edith N. marine School Class has been ex-
partment were Addy,
Lillie B. Claude, Edith W. Cooper tended to October 16, 1961.

Stanley L. Gosc, Bettie C. The course, for lieutenants
Krifka, and Florence D. Tober, junior grade and ensigns, is largely -
all '!
GS-3, to same, GS-4; and become more so as the sub-
Ruth R. Wutkowski, Accounts marine forces add nuclearpowered -

Maintenance Clerk, GS-4,. to submarines to their active
1 kua same, GS5.Employees. lists, it is reported.

: promoted in the mis- ministration Department; MosesM.

cellaneous groups were James O. Brown, Laborer, Supply De-
PHASE TWO GETS UNDERWAY-M. E. Roberts (standing), of the Naval Ammunition Depot Ebersole, Helper Electronics Me- partment, to Industrial Tractor
Crane Ind. opened the second phase of a six.week Methods-Time Measurement refresher chanic, Operations Department, Operator, O&R; and Louis F.
course, which he is holding here at the Overhaul and Repair Department, last Friday. Mr. Roberts' to Electronics Mechanic AnniceB.
students include industrial engineering technicians from both NAS Cecil Field and NAS Jax. ; Hysmith, Clerk-Typist, GS-4,
Listening attentively during the Friday session are (left to right), R. V. Russo. J. W. Dollar, C. L. Redmond, Clerk-Typist, GS- Security Department, to Sup-
II I McMahan D. A. Scott, J. B. Badger. H. Cruz, ani: Mary Hall. 2, O&R, to Teletypist, GS-4, Ad- ervisory Clerk, Typing, GS-5.




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Middies Have

JAX AIR

'Green Squad'For NEWSKegling SPORTS



Grid Year"I I


Pace Continues
don't wish to be pessimisticnor

do I want to be stupidly tbaer.

optimistic, but a coach can't lose Heated At Local LanesDecisive

17 lettermen-including Player- T; a e rart ?

of-the-Year Joe Bellino-and not wins by league leaders were the rule last weekat

feel it. With only two starters the Mainside alleys, with only one tie recorded in intra-
and a total of 10 lettermen back mural play.

from last season, 1961 definitelywill { aSPECIAL
Bob Gunter of the Special
be a rebuilding
year for Services Strikes hit the top in
Navy." This is how Middie
grid both high game and series Volleyball Season
mentor Wayne Hardin sizes
up columns last week, with a 235
the Naval Academy's
football
and 603, respectively.The .
prospects.The October 16It
34-year-old coach outlinedhis VAP-62 Sky Warriors Begins

strategy by stating, "Al- INVITATIONAL-Comdr. Walter J. Schub/ NAS have an early lead in the Ame-
though we will have an unusual executive officer and chairman of the 50th Anniversary of Naval rican League with a 'record of looks like it's going to bea

number of sophomores and inexperienced Aviation Commander committee Fleet Air presents Jacksonville Rear and Adm.Naval Joseph Air Bases M. Carson.Sixth 17-3, aided by their shut out win tough intramural volleyballseason

men up from the Naval District (right), a special invitation to the 50th Anniversary over Dispensary, 4-0. Three this year, with 12 teams
junior varsity squad, we expect of Naval Aviation Golf Tournament. More than 90 entries have other blanks were recorded: Ops registered for competition. Since
that they will gain confidenceand already been received for the three-day linkathon to be held, AUW over Yellow Jackets, Mol- the Navy recognized the sportat

get better as the season pro- Golf October Shack.13. 14 and 15. Registration forms are available at the arolas over Play Boys and the varsity level last year, increased -

gresses. Spades Aces over Admin MAA's. enthusiasm has been

4-0. FAETU out-rolled the Pin I noted on bases around the coun-
"We plan to build and mold awe s I
Flier/ Basketball Queens 3-1, and ComFairJax"A" try. Three local units have two
go along, and while we haveno lO R Z]1
intention of overlooking anyone did likewise against the Ten teams apiece entered in the race

along the way, we expectto Begins Next Month Pins. A/C Maint "A" and the for the Mainside title; a first

reach our full potential on Can you match the following Electrons were the hapless tiers. for NAS Jacksonville.

Dec. 2 when we meet Army. In athletic team nicknames with Basketball practice for varsity In the Continental, there were Monday, October 16, marks the

the meantime, we expect that the proper college? aspirants will be held at the two shut outs: the leagueleading beginning of play, which will

we may surprise a lot of people 1. Razorbacks Mainside gym as posted in pre- Strikes ((18-2)) over A/C feature games in the Mainsidegym

along the way." 2. Horned Frogs paration for the coming 'season. Maint "B", and Supply "A" over at 1100-1200 and 12001300.Last .
3. Buckeyes The first game scheduled for the Waves Barracks, 4-0. All the
Captain-elect John Hewitt, champ, VP-30, went
4. Terrapins Fliers will be a clash with the rest were 3-1 victories, as the years
senior
guard, heads the list of 32 without losing one.
5. Huskies Fort Gordon Signalaries, Nov- 3rd Crewmen shot down the Un- games
10 lettermen back from the '60 times this with many more
year
6. Quakers ember 14 and 15. touchables, ComFairJax 'B"
squad. Those who won mono- 7. Tarheels clobbered ADA opponents.TouchFootball.
All personnel interested in a .. Army O&Rwhipped
grams last and
season are
can-
8. Cyclones invited the urocers, and the
didates for place on the local squad are -
staring assignmentsare 9. Hoosiers to come out for practice. Fire Balls singed the Owl Hoots.
: Ends Greg Mather and 10. Gators

Gary Kellner; tackles Larry The Stingers stung the Scope
Graham, Dick Fitzgerald and Dopes 4-0 over in the National
(Answers to
Ron Testa; guards Hewitt and Quiz) Scarbrough Cop'sAllNavy League, to stretch their lead to I Opens; 679th
Vern Von Sydow; centerSteveHoy WOT.J 0 t 18-2, while three other kegling

(who won his letter as a BUBfpUJ Golf teams were blanking their opponents TitleThe
guard last season and switchedto aeg UMoI -9 : Echoes over Marines"B Defends

center in spring), and half uunoJe; q JON '7 Tourney Crown ," Pan Handlers over A/C Air Force 679th stormedits

backs- Al Hughes and Vic Meyer. eluaAliisuuad 9 Bill Scarbrough of OperationsAUW Maint "C", and VP-16 rompedover into the 1961 pigskin
way
uo3uigsu. & 'SUBIJS.IIO Shop reached the pin- VP-30 "B", 4-0. The remaining last week withan
season opener
Quarterbacking chores are expected pueI Jew yaeS nacle of Navy golf competition I scores read 3-1, includ- 18-0 victory over MARTD in

to be shared by Ron Kle- olllO .'C at Pensacola last week ing Pin Benders over Supply"B" a bid to retain last year's intra-
| ; .sexa.t (Z; the Golf VP-30 "C" Road Run-
mick, 196-pounder, and Bob by winning All-Navy over mural crown. The airmen ranked
Hecht, six-four, 203-pounder. ---sesue-)[.IV I Tournament six strokes in ners, and Paymasters over Hos- number one after finishing the

Hardin hinted that Hecht has The first Americandevelopedairtoair front of all competition, 76, pital. season with a 7-1 slate.In .
72, 72, 72-292. Scarbrough was
the starting job wrapped up whenhe missile fired in combatwas ---- other gridiron conflicts last
playing in the InterserviceGolf
said, "All things considered the Navy's Sidewinder. The Administration stopped
Hecht Tournament at the time A man asked his boss for a week,
looks as though he is firing took place in the Formosa VA-44 short, 13-12, and Hospital
this was written. raise. "But I
increase
about gave you a $10 -
ready to ahead of
move Strait September 24, 1958. outpointed VAP-62 7-6 in a sud-
Klemick at quarterback." last month, the boss
said. den death playoff. Two other

Pickers : "Holy mackerel!" the man ex- shut outs were recorded as NAR-
IM Golfers Will Pigskin Wary claimed. "My wife didn't tell TU blanked VP-16 12-0, and
6-0.
FAETU stopped VA-176
me.
Tee Off Season After Weekend Upsets


Opener MondayThe
Fumbles, interceptions and upsets upended pigskin predictions

Mainside intramural golf around the country, let alone our own. Last week's guest selector,

season officially gets under way Lt. A. W. Eoff of NAS legal office, tied with Andy Planey with

next Monday, October 9, in what eleven right. Next in line was sports writer Ralph Bailey with

promises to be a heated race eight, and athletic director Frank McCaffrey in last with seven.
for the Station title. Two lea- Guest selector for this week is W. F. Gordon of Public Works.

gues, the American and the Na- Games for this week are: Alabama-Vanderbilt; Utah-Arizona

tional, have eight teams apiece. State; Auburn-Kentucky; Florida State-Mississippi; Georgia Tech- ,

Her e' s' Monday's schedule: .SU; Indiana-Wisconsin; Miami-Navy; North Carolina-Clemson; .
front nine-NARTU v ComFairJax fotre Dame-Purdue; Oregon-Minnesota; Penn State-Boston U.;

at 1430; back nineVA44v ;lyracuse-Maryland; Texas Christian-Arkansas; Washington-Pitts-

Supply at 1430; front nine- urgh; and Arizona-Hardin Simmons.

Hospital "A" v VP-30 at 1500;
BAILEY PLANEY MAC. GORDON
back nine-Marines Hospital"B"
v -- -
at 1500. Vanderbilt Tie Alabama Vanderbilt

Utah Utah Utah Arizona State

AuburnMississippi AuburnMississippi AuburnMississippi KentuckyMistissippi y 'j.A try

Basketball Coach
Ga. Tech Ga. Tech Ga. Tech LSU!

/Is Being SoughtNAS WisconsinMiami WisconsinMiami WisconsinMiami Wisconsin .
(Fla) (Fla) (Fla) Navy t
Athletic Director Frank
North Carolina Clemson Clemson Clemson
McCaffrey has announced an
Purdue Notre DameMinnesota Notre Dame Notre DameMinnesota
opening for the position of
Minnesota Oregon
varsity basketball coach for 4.HI.
the Jax Fliers. Appli- Penn StateSyracuse Penn StateSyracuse Penn State Penn State STICKY FINGERS-Jim Jordan (left) is about to snag a
Navy SyracuseArkansas SyracuseArkansas pass from a Hospital teammate while two unidentified VAP-62
cants may arrange for an interview TCU TCU Sky Warriors make a concentrated effort to block the attempt.
by calling extension The Hospilalmen won the tight clash at the Stadium last week
Pitt Pitt Pitt
585. I WashingtonArizona after a sudden-death playoff 7-6 when Jordan intercepted a
Arizona Arizona Arizona Sky Warrior aerial and ran 75 yards for the deciding point.



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;I Schedule Of Events


, (Continued from Page 1))
Baker and Bill Rogers.
; '
I : The Four Aces.
Tenth Naval District Steel Band.
Presentation of Miss Navy Wings of Gold and her court.

1300-5th Anniversary Golf Tournament; Invitational Play.
1730-Naviator Choir appears at Jacksonville Festival of

Arts, Prudential Terrace.
4 2000-Chief Petty Officers' Dance, Duval County Armory.
5 Program same as October 13 dance with Naviator Choiras
1 added attraction. f'

1I I i Sunday, Oct. 15 :
: ; ? F 1000 to 1700-Open House at NAS Jacksonville. Statis' dis

plays.1330Air.
Show.

Mass Flyover of 250 aircraft. :
4 lit "Chuting Stars" (Navy Parachute Exhibition Team.)j
Helicopter Demonstration. 1
k .
; Crash-Fire Demonstration.
# '
r High Performance Take-off; High speed Pass and
Climb. Airborne Refueling.

Photo-Flare Demonstration. i

1 Blue Angels. :
: 2000-Officers' Dance, Duval County Armory. ;
I Program identical as October 14 dance.



Quick-Thinking Bluejacket



Receives' Meritorious MastTheodore


L. Steinwender, air controlman ,third class, of
the NAS Jax Control Tower, made a dramatic and personal
contribution to the Navy's safety and economy programs all

in the line of duty on September 13, 1961, which was recog-
nized at a meritorious mast last week.On .
NAVY WINGS OF GOLD AND HER COURT-Twenty year-old Anita Cowarl (front!), that date, an AD aircraft
of Jacksonville, Miss Navy Wings of Gold, will be presented along with her court of 10 lovelies, from Attack Squadron 176, basedat Steinwender observed that his
at the AU Hands dance to be held October 13 al 2000 at the Jacksonville Coliseum. She and her
court will also appear at the CPO Dance October 14 at the Duval County Armory and the Officers NAS Jax, entered the Station's wheels were still retracted on
Dance October 15 also at the Armory. The dances are held in.conjunction with the local aircraft traffic pattern after a final approach to the runway.
celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Naval Aviation. Miss Cowart's court includes (first row, left particularly long and fatiguing The alert air controlman quickly
to right), Sue Goff, Connie Henkle Linda Thomas,
Candy Lemmon, Katherine Stephens and flight. Although the pilot, Lt. gave the pilot "wave off" instructions -
Adelaide Smith. Back row (left to right), Marge Tilman. Mary Zalane Payne Connie Clark and
Elaine Center. I Alexander de Bodisco, twice reported preventing an accident
by radio that his landing that could have caused possible

DefenseContinued I gear was down and locked, injury to the pilot and thousandsof
Anniversary Dances Are ( from Page 1)) dollars damage to the aircraft,

strengths of our democracy, as stated the letter of appreciationwhich
Exhibition Golf
Planned For well as the nature of the threatwe Steinwender received.In .

NavymenThree face." Match At Station the letter of appreciation,

THE SECRETARY placed heavy Lt. de Bodisco and his commanding
nights of dancing and festivities are on the -
agenda for Jax Navy personnel and their guests during the' emphasis on the element that Links On SundayAn officer, Comdr. B. B. Forbes,
weekend of October 13-14 and 15. The dances will be heldin military and civilian officials of exhibition golf match lauded the controller; for his
conjunction with the celebration of the 50th Anniversaryof the Defense Department abstain will be held at the Station vigilance and attention to duty,
Naval Aviation by local Navy. activities. from partisan politics in any course Sunday, October 8, at I pointing out that a disastrousfire
Chuck Cabot and his orchestra, form and from attempting to 1230. Dan Sikes, Jacksonville'sown could have resulted had the
featuring Wee Bonnie Baker and from Pensacola will be a special make national policy. touring professional and aircraft landed wheels-up ,since
Billy Rogers, will play for all feature at the Chief's and Of- Members of the military have money winner of seven out fuel was still present in the
three dances. Cabot's band is ficer's Dances. The choir will every right to their own views, of eight PGA-sponsored golf external wing tank.

considered one of the country'stop present a program of Navy he continued, but they may not tournaments, will pair up with Capt. James R. Compton, com-
dance units, having been hymns and popular choral tunes. use the military establishment to Bobby Tomlinson, also a manding officer of the Station,
featured in most of the nation's The first night's dance, on Fri- advance partisan concepts.The Jacksonville Pro, against a presented Steinwender with the

top clubs and hotels. Cabot gave day, October 13, at 2000, will be Secretary went on to explain pair of local men. Lew Gif- AD pilot's letter of appreciationat
the country such top record hitsas an All Hands Dance. It will be the system under which ford and Tommy Jenkins will Meritorious Mast on September -
"Down the Lane," "Rag, Rag, held at the Jax Coliseum for all public speeches by military and form the opposition. All those 29, adding hij endorsement
Raggedy Moon," "Charlie, My Navy personnel of the Jackson- civilian officials are submittedfor interested are invited to follow commending Steinwender's alertness -
Boy," "Let the Rest of the World ville Navy Complex and their policy clearance. Without along.
I
Go By," and "Dill Pickles." The guests. such clearance, he said, these and performance of duty.

orchestra features the ultimatein HIGHLIGHT OF the eveningwill officials risk violating the Con-
music for dancing and listen- be the presentation by stitutional concept of civilian
ing pleasure, embellished with Mayor Burns of Miss Navy Wingsof control over the military.AS .
well-blended vocals, glee club Gold, 20 year-old Miss Anita
FREE Americans, fightingmen
ensembles and comedy, and mu- Cowart, to Rear Admiral JosephM.
also have the right to hear
sical novelties that add to the Carson, Commander Fleet Air
both
sides of controversial issues -
entertainment.WEE Jacksonvile and Naval Air Bases,
debated, he said. "For that
BONNIE BAKER, sky- 6ND. Miss Navy Wings of Gold 14d
reason, we make conscientious
rocketed to national fame in will be accompanied by her courtof efforts
to bring them programsin
1940 with four all-time Hit Par- 12 young ladies. Miss Cowart which
political leaders debate
ade Classics, the most well will reign over the three-day both sides of controversial pro-
known of these being "Oh, Johnny festivities.An blems."
." In recent years, Wee Bon- additional attraction at the
nie has been featured on many All Hands Dance will be the It takes more than military
TV shows of the hardware, he concluded, to defeat
and at Florida Clubs. appearance nationally
Billy Rogers, "Dr. of Applied popular Four Aces. communism and assure the sur- : :
Satire" is never an obvious The dance for Chief Petty Of- vival of freedom. "We must also

"joke" teller but his softspoken ficers and Marines of equal rate be strong" in ,heart, body and

attack on human foibles, will be held in the National spirit. !

money, politics, songs and space Guard Armory on Saturday, Officers and Chief Petty Officers
travel leaves little doubt as to October 14, at 2000. will be service dress white; enlisted -
why he has earned his title. I The Officer's Dance is sched- men, undress white bravo _
The Tenth Naval District Steel uled for Sunday, October 15 at with neckerchief, and Waves,
Band, from San Juan, Puerto 2000 also at the National Guard service dress white or civilian

i, Rico, will be on hand to vary Armory. semi-formal evening dress.
the musical pace all three ALL NAVY personnel will be _.i''i_

evenings. This famous group admitted to the dances by virtueof The first radar picket escortto GIVEN MERITORIOUS MAST-Theodore L. Steinwender,
makes music on refurbished oil being in proper uniform. Civilians take part in Navy "Deep- AC3 of the NAS Jax Control Tbwtr (right), siancls at attentionas
drums. Other special numbersare will be admitted by invitation freeze" operations was the Paci- Capt. James R. Compton NAS Jax commanding officer reads
planned at the various and tickets only. Re- fic Fleet's USS Wilhoite which a letter of appreciation during meritorious mast ceremonies on
Friday. Steinwender's Mast was held to commend him for his
dances. freshments will be available. served Antarctic communi-
as an
alertness which is said to have prevented a wheels-up landing
The Naval Air Training Choir Uniform for the dances for cations and weather ship. by a local AD aircraft earlier in September.



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