Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 18, 1962
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Navy Ungraded Employees Will Get Pay Raise Effective January 21

I A pay raise, averaging about
five cents an hour, has been au- those workers who are paid by a recent survey conducted local- crease the Navy civilian payrollin cents an hour in December 1959.

I thorized for some 4,400 ungraded the hour, othetwise known as ly by the Navy. The survey to the Jacksonville area by approximately Graded, or classified employees,
ungraded, unclassified or blue review prevailing wage scalesin
Navy employees in the
$350,000 to an es- of the Navy, of which there are
collar employees. About 3,800of local labor markets is requiredto
ville area, the Navy has an- this group are employed hereat be conducted by law. timated'' $30,000,000 annually. about 1,500 in the area, are not

nounced. NAS Jax. The increased pay, which will Ungraded workers last receiveda affected. Their wages are fixed

Affected by the pay raise are I The pay boost is the result of be effective January 21, will in- pay hike of an average of 20 by Congress.Personnel.

-- .1.-_

r VP-16 Off To

J11 f\l S Ireland- For ASW School

rn Spurred by a mutual concern over enemy submarines,
a P2V "Neptune" flown by a select Antisubmarine Warfare
Crew and accompanied by ground support personnel from

Jax-based Patrol Squadron 16, departed on Monday, Janu-
VoL 19 No. 40 U. S. NAS Jacksonville. Fla. 18 January 1962 ary 15, for Londonderry, Ireland, at the invitation of the
British Royal Navy to participate in a tactics course at
their Joint Antisubmarine School there.

The ten-man crew, led by
k LCDR Douglas A. Washburn, will
Ya ; be under instruction for four Inspection Oi

weeks at the specialized school,
: located about 360 miles north-

'. k- 2 west of London on the northerntip NATTU Held By
i'J": : 4 J }{'i} < + } w>;habc iii.}2AZ v.} dH C% ::;
of the British Isles.

Their ASW training there will RADM Clifton
include actual patrols and exercises -

with their English count- Rear Admiral Joseph C. Clif-

erparts attending the school. In ton, Chief of Naval Air Technical I
addition the will
crew spend
Training with headquartersin
many classrooom hours studying Memphis, and members of
such subjects as hydrography,
his inspection party arrived hereat
hydroacoustics submarine bpera-
NAS Jax on Monday, Janu-
ting procedures and other allied
15 for annual
ary a three-day
,. k subjects. administrative and material inspection -

>; CDU Robert a Bagby, VP-16 of all departments and
: divisions of the Naval Air Tech-
"">:,,,' commanding officer i selected

'YOU WON'T EVEN FEEL IT' HE SAID I-Members of Patrol Squadron I6's Crew Nine Crew Nine of the "Eagles" to nical Training Unit.
looked sceptical of that remark as they lined up here for* shots required prior to their departurefor make the trip. Crew members During the previous such inspection I
Londonderry. Ireland on Monday. January 1 S, to attend a four-week tactics course> at; the> British include LTJG Herman "H" "G" of NATTU last April,
Joint Antisubmarine Warfare School there. Harry L. Ball AM2. (left), and LTJG Kenneth M. Luedtke, co-pilot; LTJG KennethM. the Unit received a final grade "
Brinkley (right) await their turn while Charles R. Schill AM2 (left to right), is administered Brinkley, navigator and tact- of 92.15. This grade, combined
a shot by Don F. Leggett HN and LCDR Douglas A. Washburn receive one from Jack V. Price.
HN. ical evaluator; Charles R. Schill, with a surprise inspection gradein
AM2, plane captain; Harry L. January of that year, earned
Ball, AM2; Eugene H. Troemel, NATTU second place in the race
RADM Carson CAPT Elliott Reenlistment At AT3; John A. Klamar, AT3; Geo- for the "Admiral's Plaque", a
Sea AuthorizedNavymen rge W. Butler, AT3; Leonard J. trophy awarded annually to the I
Langill, AE3, and Robert C. Pol- most efficient activity within the I
BidScout may now be re- gar, AO1. Naval Air Technical Training ,
Back Scouts' Goodwill enlisted while serving aboard Command.

ship at sea, provided the ne- Ground support personnel mak- Winners of the plaque are

units of Duval County have undertaken a project cessary facilities for making ing the trip are Donald II. Castle- chosen by scores obtained by I

-Operations Goodwill Good 1'urn-to: collect used clothingfor payments and conducting se- berry, AM2; Charles A. McKin- combining the grades receivedon

Goodwill Industries, an organization which employs paration physical and dental ney, AE2; Joe E. Miller, AM2, the annual inspection and

handicapped people. examinations board. are available on and Dale L. Boyer, AT2. surprise inspections. Any acti-
vity winning the award for three
The scouts plan to distribute The Navy said that men re-
New procedures learned there consecutive years earns the rightto
ODD 'Food King'Pays 50,000 empty bags on February enlisted while at sea would
will be considered for incorpor permanent possession of the
3, and collect them filled on have an entry made in their
ation into U.S. ASW tactics for trophy.
Visit To February 10, service record stating the latitude -
use by units such as VP-16, of Following completion of the
and of the
In a city of this size, this is longitude Fleet Air Wing 11, whose pri- inspection on January 17, RADM
the date of reenlist-
ship on
Jax Navy AreaMajor understandbly a job of quite ment. mary mission is antisubmarine Clifton and his party departedfor

some magnitude.To warfare. : return to Memphis.
General Hugh McIntosh,
executive director of the Mili- assure the success of the

tary Subsistence Agency with project, Rear Admiral JosephM.
headquarters in Chicago, visited Carson, ComFairJax and
Jacksonville naval facilities ser- ComNabSix, conferred with
viced by that Defense Depart- Captain Ralph E. Elliott, Naval
ment agency on Tuesday, Janu- Air Reserve Training Unit Com-
ary 16.Gen.. manding Officer. They emerged
McIntosh paid a call on with over 100 volunteer N a v y
Rear Admiral Joseph M. Carson, "Weekend Warriors" to assist
Commander Fleet Air Jackson- the scouts in their deliveries and
ville and Naval Air Bases Sixth pick-ups.

Naval District, immediately after
about RADM Carson is a member of
his arrival on Tuesday
1330. He also conferred with the Board of Directors North

Captain James Compton, NAS Florida Council Boy Scouts of
Commanding Officer. America, and Chairman of this

His tour of Jacksonville included project. CAPT Elliot is a Senior
to wherehe Scout Representative.Both 4 .O r
a trip Mayport %.f
visited the destroyer tender officers have expressedthe sa

USS Yellowstone, the destroyerUSS hope that when one of the
Ingram and the cold storage scouts calls, you will respond
plant. He departed, early wed- generously. Any old clothes

nesday morning. which may be repaired are the
Popularly known as the "De- type needed. Check about your
fense Department Food King", home and certainly you will find
General McIntosh's visit was for something that fits the bill.
the purpose of reviewing the effectiveness UPSTAGING DAD-Tea-month-old Len Starnts held by LCDR Ralph M. Kingiley AIM
of subsistence supply If you wish to assist the scouts, Representative. NAMOTRA Jax, teals the show during recent ceremonies in which his father.
support being rendered to naval as over 100 sailors have already Glen S. Starnes. was being commissioned an en sign from his former ADJCA rale. CAPT JamesR.
volunteered to do contact the Compton (left). NAS Commanding Officer looks on while Mrs. Stuns pins the new ensign
activities and ships in the Jack- bars on. Starnes a Nary veteran of more than 14 years service, has been stationed at NAMOTRA
sonville area. ''NARTU SIO at Ext. 591 for the put three years.



18 January

Special' Services GIHomeLoanGripei

Has Circus, Show

w.o.wza. Ducats For Sale On Increase Says Vi

Tickets are now available at
CAPT J. R. Compton Commanding Officer
COR Welter J. Schub -Executive Officer at NAS Special Services, Bldg. The constant increase in the number of post-purchasing

FW Air JicbonvUUj NAB AND 704, for the Ringling Brothers, complaints on homes bought by veterans through the Gil
Barnum and Bailey Circus and
RADM Joseph M. Carton -Commander loan guaranty program has prompted the Veterans Administration
CAPT Vincent F. Casey _.._..._....._....____......_ Chief of Staff the Victor Borge Show. All this week to again caution buyers to read the]
Fl;..t Air Wing Eiev.a> tickets are at special reduced
CAPT Gilbert J. Frauenhekn .-. .... .._ ...._. .- Commander prices. -fine-- nrint before they sign. ,
CAPT. Andrew H. Cowart Chief Staff Officer The Circus will be at the On today's highly competitive el" houses that they forget that
Naval Air Technical Training Unit home building market in most
CAPT!H.rtsel) D. Allen Commanding Officer Jacksonville Coliseum Janu- cities veterans are numbered the model houses necessarily are
COR Eugene F. Verdery c..cutlv. Officer ary 31 through February 4. who becomeso basic plans which show all the
those buyers
Naval Hospital The Victor Borge Show is among optional frills, any, or all, of
CAPT R. O. Canada commanding Officer dreamy-eyed over becoming available
which "if
slated for January 26. are desired.
CAPT Stephen H. Tolini _Executive Officer home-owners after seeing "mod- I
"The VA
Naval! Air Re erve Training Unit approves the loan
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr.- Commanding Officer guaranty on a house accordingto
CDR William M. Miller _Executive Officer plans and specifications which
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at' Up The Ladder With CiviliansMechanic the veteran-buyer agrees with
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet All, the builder to have erected, thus
Jacksonville Naval Air Station, N.v.lAir Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing legally can do nothing to help
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hospital. The following 44 NAS Jax civilian T. Wilson, Stock Control Clerk, the veteran," says Tom David,
CDR Alex N. Mclnnls Jr. Service Information Officer employees have been pro- GS-4.
GS-3 to officer
same, loan guaranty of the St.
Andrew H. Planey Assistant Service Information Officer moted recently:
News Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb Staff-Mae Spencer J01, Sandy Martinson, The Operations Department Petersburg VA Regional Office.
JOSN. Photographer, Joy Moreau, PH2. From the Overhaul and Re- promoted: William W. Hare, Haste and carelessness on the
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and International pair Department: Olive J. An- Russell Maxwell and Marvin L. part of the buyer are the basic

Councils of Industrial Editors. keny, Toolroom Attendant to Air Traffic troubles resulting in the
Nelson all from dis-
The Jax Air News It i 'member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material ,
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit It glv.",. Photographs Production Dispatcher; John W. Control Specialist, Tower, GS-11 appointment reflected in the post.

unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs. Baird Jr., Metalsmith, Aviationto to same, GS-12; Donald J. Pis- occupancy complaints being received -
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phonewrtensions Aircraft Examiner; Daniel H.
tulka, Supervisory Air Traffic by the VA, David opined.
8164, 656, 272 or 21640,000 .
Boone, Electrician, Aircraft to Control Specialist, Tower, GS12to Until about two years ago, this
Assistant Production Controlman GS-13 William H. complaint because
same, ; type was rare
Electrician, Aircraft; GradyL. Todd, Electroncis Maintenance whole sub-divisions were still
In ,Florida In 62? .
Bostick Aircraft Aircraft
Technician, General, GS-10 to being built on speculation and
Mechanic, General to Assistant Electronics could
Supervisory Techni- the buyer see precisely

Production Controlman, AMG; cian, General, GS-11, and Vir- how the house was equipped before -

Juvenile Still William W. Campbell, HermanW. ginia S. Uzzell, Air Traffic Con- he bought it.
Delinquency Cole and Fannin
Melvin G. ,
trol Specialist, Station, GS-7 to Now, however, he points out
all from Aircraft Mechanic Mo-
same, GS9.Promoted. that on today's highly competitive .
tor to Inspector, Aircraft En-
in the miscellaneous market, many houses are
Requires Close AttentionYou gines; Raymond C. Daliberti, departments were: James L. wisely "presold"; that is the buyer .
Helper Electroplater to Aircraft
Mechanic General; Benjamin F. Thompson Jr., Carpenter, PWDto looks at a display of "model"houses
Leadingman Joiner representing several dif
Dense, Electronics Mechanic to O&R; I
Operations Analyst, Electronics tenance Supervisor, GS-5, Com I ferent basic plans from which
can't miss itl Listen to the radio read the news- R. Fletcher Ruth M. Stecher, Accounts Main- he can choose, but he can't see
papers and magazines, watch television walk down the Clerk, GS-3; to Production Dis-, ptroller Department to same, the particular house he will

street. GS-6; Frank M,. Holbrook, Clerk actually live in because it won't
patcher; Franklin A. Floyd, Pat-
Typist, GS-3, Comptroller De- even be started until he signs

The topic of juvenile delinquency will inevitably come ternmaker; Evans M.to Fulmer Leadingman, Machinistto Joiner partment; Robert A. Huskey, the agreement to buy it.

up again and again. Toolmaker, and Marion E. Heat Treater, O&R to Leadingman Because he forgot about the

For years now this country has had to face the cold, i Gardner Jr., General Supply Flame Cutter, Scrap, Sup- signs explaining the options or

hard fact that juvenile delinquency has become a problemof Clerk, GS-4 to Supervisory ply Department; Carroll Nix, forgot to have the options he

major importance. General Supply Clerk, GS-5. Aircraft Cleaner, O&R to Blocker wanted included in the contract
Also and Bracer, Supply Depart- the buyer moves in and after
promoted at O&R
Time and again noted civic, governmental and military Robert F. Gee, Aircraft Engine ment; Sarah F. Altee, Clerk the excitement is over, begins to

leaders have spoken on the topic reflecting its potential danger Assembler to Aircraft Mechanic Typist, GS-3 Disease Vector Control take note of the various featuresof

even in terms of our national welfare. Sociologist and Motor; Dean I. Guess, Aircraft to same, GS-4, and Marcia his new home.

psychologists have labored at length studying individual and cleaner to Metalsmith Aviation; A. Buckner, Clerk Stenographer, Then he files a complaint with

group problems.To Eugene Hadden, Assistant Pro- GS-3 Disease Vector Control to the VA that his house does not
GS4.MarNav .
duction Controlman, Metalsmith, have gutters and downspoutsnot
what avail? Unquestionably progress is being made Aviation to Production Controlman ( required by VA minimum
but, as the country's population continues to boom the dif-
Metalsmith, Aviation; SarahF. ToastmastersAre standards if the eaves extend
ficulties grow larger and more complex. Hart, Chemist, General, GS9to far enough out), or the big concrete

same, GS-11; Richard D. Seeking MembersNew patio slab, or the redwood
Time does
not stand still and as it ticks along, the juve-
nile Hoffman, Aircraft Mechanic, members are now being porch onto which the"model"house's
delinquency problem grows with it. To conquer it we
must gather our forces and fight together.In Motor to Assistant Planner and accepted by Mar-Nav Club 2280,, sliding glass opened.

Estimator; Hutchie James, Radio Toastmasters. Members meet "Once that document is signed,

Florida alone it is estimated that some 40,000 children Mechanic to Electronics Me- weekly in Orange Park. the buyer ,has no legal recourse

will come in contact with, or conflict with "the law" in 1962. chanic; Thomas W. Love, Air- For further information call 1 in regard to anything not speci-

Fantastic you say. Mild compared to these figures: President craft smith Metal Fabricator to Metal- LTJG Bob O'Neil, Ext. 8477. fied therin," David pointed out.Page .
; D. Mc-
Kennedy estimates we may have to spend 50 billion
dollars defense in 1962-last Henry F. Walthall Jr.,
on year we totalled 221f. billion both from Assistant .
half the Production xNv: +s ::
prospective budget, catching, convict- Controlman
ing and supporting our criminal class. Mechanic,
General to
Operations Analyst,

How can we, as unknowing bystanders, help, you ask? Aircraft Assemblies; Margaret I

Simple. To cope with the problem on a state level, Florid; R. McGowan, Stock Control I

has instituted a number of organizations which good American Clerk, GS-3 to Production Dispatcher I
citizens must help for them to stay alive and be effec- ; Sherman Nolan, Electronics

tive. One such local organization is the Florida Juvenile Mechanic to Aircraft Ex-

Court Foundation here in Jacksonville.Made aminer, and Charles L. Register,

Machinist to Operations Analyst,

up of judges, leading civic leaders and other plain, Aircraft Assemblies. 2 (

ordinary citizens, its goal Is to tell the story of Florida's Promoted at Public Works

"forty-thousand", with members pooling their knowledgeand Department was: Jewel O.

efforts In a vital struggle to salvage them as good citi Know I es, Clerk-Stenographer, Y..

zens.' GS-3 to Secretary, Stenography,
It is good business and economics to conserve the child

life of Florida, likewise the nation, since, after all, it is our Supply Department promotees
include Robert
greatest asset. Important also, we need to be in the best of : Burnett and
shape manpower-wise to face the days of crisis and decision John H. Seager, both from

perilously close ahead which seems to be good patriotism Warehouseman to Stockman;

for salvaging these children.To Robert B. Langille, Supervisory V A.44 HONORMEN-"Blueacket of the Month" and flout
EAM Project Planner, GS-8 to standing Plane Captain of the Month" honors hue been
become a member of the Florida Juvenile Court Digital Computer Programmer, .d tlnlr E. A.for Gwinn AEI, (UefU), and R. E. Hinds Jr., ADR33,

Foundation and help In the crusade to wipe out Juvenile delinquency GS-9; Hartley A. Steeves, Sup- outstanding December performance br VA.44. Gwinn wu commanded rf.lrhls_
,by helping children write ply Requirements IJ'lcal t of duty u an assistant for A4D elect
our to The Florida Officer, GS-9 malritenance and for his efficient Hines

Juvenile} Court Foundation, 213 Masonic Tempi. Bldg., Jack to Supervisory Supply Requirements the wu nFaT cited for hb outstanding performance leadership u a plane ability.captain 011

con.vilU 2, Fla. Officer, GS-10, and Lenore 11.1 appearance Iln.and Both bearing.men were commanded: for their perlO n-

n 'II Q'I. n ,." . "'" .. ... "

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18 January 1962 JAX Page 3

rc r Jax Navy Relief Society

Graduates First ClassFormal

g Thursday, January 18 jkIJ
;U 1 1Ie Mainside->Bridge to the Sun,
graduation exercises were held here last Thurs-

1900 only. day at the Naval Hospital for the first group of volunteer
NATTUnit-Exodus, 1900 only. ?:_ women to complete a course of instruction here with the

HospitalThe Racers, 1900 Jacksonville Florida Auxiliary, Navy Relief Society.

u only. RADM Joseph M. Carson, Com-
reof Friday, January 19 mander Fleet Air Jacksonvilleand

Mainside-The Hanging Tree, s S,. Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval
1900 only. gQy :!4u Station Traffic District, who is president of the I
y k
>> NATTUnit-Bridge to the Sun, d Society, addressed the 20 grad-

1900 only. Violation RecordThe uates, later presenting them their

Hospital-Exodus, 1900 only. diplomas and awards. He was
inh : following is a report of assisted
20 by Mrs. Samuel H. Hor-
'h Saturday. January \ ti s motor vehicle accidents and ton Jr., Chairman of Volunteer
is Mainside The Devil at 4 traffic violations for the week Women.

p O'Clock, 1900 only. January 713: CAPT Walter S. Peck Jr. NAS
NATTUnit-The Hanging Tree, NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis Senior
d, Chaplain began the
1400 and 1900. week ..............................3 monies with the cere-
>t t. invocation, followed
Hospital-Bridge to the Sun, < Total for 1961 ....................220 -
C, by an introduction by
1900 only. f Total for 1960 ..................259 CAPT Robert O. Canada, Hospital -
Sunday January 21 600-HOUR AWARD-RADM Joseph M. Carson ComFalr- NUMBER OF VIOLATIONS Commanding

IC Couch 1400 and Jax and ComNabSix, pins a 600-hour award on Mrs. James R. Speeding ................................7 James R. Officer. CAPT
Mainside-The for her service the Compton, NAS Commanding
Compton took to the Navy Relief Society. The presentation This week ...........................49 Officer -
1900. place during graduation of 20 volunteer gave the wel- I
'. NATTUnit-The Devil at 4 women of the Jacksonville Florida Auxiliary Navy Relief Society Running Stop Sign ..............3 coming speech.
1900. at the Naval Hosital on Thursday, January 11. Mrs. Comp .Others ....................................39 The 24-hour
1.IS O'Clock, 1400 and ton was also a graduate of the class, having enrolled to re- Total violations 1961 .2,095 course, given overa
Hospital-The Hanging Tree, familiarize herself in the various facets of the Society. four-week period, covered such
Total violations 1960 .
areas of
1900 only. training as history and
Monday January 22 NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE policies of the Society, organi-
11I Jax-NavyFederal Credit LAST MOTOR VEHICLE zation, general information on
I Mainside Marjorie Morning- ACCIDENT INJURY ....16 the Navy, office procedures,
star, 1900 only.NATTUnitThe. Thirty-one drivers appeared specialized
Couch, 1900 before the Traffic Hearing social work services and basic
Union Meets 19 principals.
rt only. January Board at the meeting on Jan- Graduates included Mesdames
The Devil at 4
Hospital 8 with disposition of
'. Members of the Jax Federal Credit Union uary Champe Bachelder, David Butler,
O'Clock, 1900 only.Tuesday Navy along cases being made as follows; Robert W. Chance
e January 23 with their families and guests will gather at King Hall, seven lost driving and parking James Kendall Chap-
man, R.
Bldg. 563, here tomorrow, January 19, at 1930 for the tenth privileges aboard the Stationfor Compton, James
1900 only.
Mainside-Destry, annual meeting of that organization. Culliton, Milan Diklich, Donnell
Morning- various periods, four were
NATTUnit-Marjorie Howard, Robert MacLean
r Guest speaker for the occasion Char-
h I star, 1900 only. will be RADM Joseph M. Carson, I year term. As is the usual pro- assigned to complete an eight- les.Moore, Momer Ogles, William
e Hospital The Couch. 1900 Commander Fleet Air Jackson- cedure, however, nominationsmay hour remedial driving course, Pearson, Dickinson Prentiss, S.
n only. ville and Naval Air Bases Sixth be made from the floor for two were referred to com- H. Tolins, William J. Uber, Joseph -
24 of the existing vacancies. manding officers for possible W. Weaver J.
Wednesday, January Naval District. any V. Wester-
'td Mainside-The Mask, 1900 only. The annual gathering is a mem- I Refreshments will be served disciplinary given warnings.action, and 11 man, and Carl L. Wilhelm.

NATTUnit-Destry, 1900 only. bership meeting during which and several worthwhile door were One of the highlights of the
Motor vehicle accidents
prizes will be awarded to those
Hosital Morningstar, i occasion was the presentation of
IeIe various reports of progressionwill be avoided by defensive drive
present holding the lucky num-
1900 a 600-hour pin for prior volun-
be given and officers will
ing including those
bers. The first door prize will
teer service in the
be eleeted to serve as represen- Society to i
accidents wherein the defensive
be held
promptly at 1930. Prize
Mrs. Compton who
tatives of the membership on enrolled in
Wives To winners must be Credit Union driver would not have I
1f the training course to re-famil-
the Board of Dirctors and Credit -
I been adjudged at fault should
I members and present at the iarize herself with the
'0 Committee.The the accident have occured.Its policiesand
Meet January 22 drawing. training of the society.
's'S group's nominating committee far better to be responsible
Members of the Marine Wives composed of C.G. Hart, Boxers Are SoughtFor for having avoided an accident LCDR John P. Hershberger I
h Club will hold their regular chairman: of Overhaul and Re- than to be found not closed the ceremonies with the I
meeting Monday, January 22, at pair; R. D. Pinney, of Operations, AAU TournamentWant at fault following an accident. benediction.
2000 in Bldg. 572 here at NAS and J. II. Lee, Public Works, to swap a flew fisticuffs? Remember, a court decisionas

n Jax. '\1\'e nominated Roland E. Byrd, If so, and you would like to tryout to who has the right of wayis Civil
d After a short business meeting ;af Industrial Hygiene; CDR Na- for a berth in the forthcoming of no value to a dead man. Service

,. an insurance representativewill thnn Cole NAS Legal Officer, Florida AAU Boxing Tourna-
d talk to the group on wi- and Donald R. Moran NAS Fire ment slated for the Coliseum Fe- Week Slated

dow's benefits and pensions.All Chief to fill their own expiring bruary 12-14, call Frank McCaf-

enlisted wives are invitedto terms as members of the Board frey, Athletic Director, at Ext. 1420January
I, attend. I of Directors for another three 585. JOWC Plans January

................_...... .W..H .......... _........_............................................." H" 16 marked the 78th
et ,
Fashion ShovFebruary anniversary of the signing of
. J the Civil Service Act and in

!!! I commemoration of this important -
y.. y 7 milestone in the Career Civil
Service the Civil Service Com-

... >fi.b, ,..,, j'i: <:};:y; : };:: jv 5:::1:: /:iiiia :'',..f{,'rStv'f'2Fyf1rlT.y. : mission, along with other fed-
Members of the Jacksonville eral installations and employee

Officers' Wives Club will pre- groups are observing this week,
sent a fashion show entitled January 14-20, as Civil Service
"Fashions Americana" at their Week.

luncheon on Wednesday, Feb-
Civil Service CommissionersJohn
t ruary 7.Wives. W. Macy Jr., Frederick J.
of the Naval Air Tech- Lawson and Robert E. Hampton,
nical Training Unit will be host- in a statement saluting membersof

esses for the affair with Mrs.E. the career force declared, "We
F. Verdery and Mrs. T. E. can well take stock Federal
Greenwood as chairman and co- employees and private citizens

I chairman, respectively. alike-of what the merit system
Terry Dahly will be the fashion means in terms of its contribu-

coordinator and commentator for tion to our Nation."
\ the show.

f Tickets are now on sale at 2h mea of the Tii>tinQa
the Officers Club desk. Guestsare
J. asked to make reservations tP VOUAUKB

early and pick up tickets on or A MICTAXS
before Tuesday, February 6. ANP BEAT Ir- 5

A cocktail hour will preceedthe MAKE
CREDIT UNION DOOR PRIZES-Shown here are the door prizes which some lucky Jax luncheon which will begin };
Navy Credit Union member will carry home from the tenth annual meeting of that organization promptly at 1300. you DsONUT' > : y
will be held promptly at 1930 at King Hall here
on Friday, January 19. The first drawing REPEAT ITi Y+ yI
at NAS Jax. Winners must be members of the credit union and must' be present at the drawing. Courtship causes a man to .,.,$TCt 4PP3
Members are urged to attend the business meeting during which officers will be elected. Thereis spoon, marriage to fork over. I
no charge and refreshments will be served.


Page 4 \ JAX AIR NEWS 18 January 1962


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x Weekend entertainment cur-

LeL; rently being featured at the CPO

Club includes the Bud Clark

Quartet with'Diane Reaves, each

Friday and the Del Ray Or- .l

541\J,S. chestra, featuring Bill Morrison, t
each Saturday.

The Kay Ryan Orchestra will

play at the club on Sunday Feb- : .
ruary 4. s
\Y .
The CPO Wives Club holds .. <
its regular monthly meeting at

the Club, dining room on the :

first Monday of each mont .

Wives of all Navy and Marine : .t.,

E-7s and above, active or retired,

are invited to attend and be.

come members.For .
further information call MESSMAN OF THE MONTH Herbert F. Hardeman
ADRAA, (left) of VA.135, has been selected at "Messman of
Bernice Sternberg, SP 1-1451. I the Month", at the Station's Galley One. He was cited by CWOC.
W. Weimar, (right), Assistant Commissary Officer, for his
The Club management extendsits neatness, attention to duty, adaptability, and military bearing.
'NOW HEAR THIS'-A suggestion In the NATTU Beneficial Hardeman who entered the in 1961
Navy January that he
most cordial "welcome says
Suggestion Program resulted in this public address system a- intends to make it his career.Here'8 .
being mounted atop the NATTU headquarters building to board" to the newly promoted
herald the raising and lowering of the National colors each day CPOs who were initiated at the
so that persons in the area may be aware of the ceremony and
Club on January 16, and their Proof That Ounce
pay proper respect. Putting the finishing touches on the Installation Of
are (left to right), Ronald L. Sutton, AMS3 and L. H. ladies.
Schultz Jrw SN.Loudspeaker. .

Did you know the Club has Prevention Worth Any Cure

color TV? Well, it has in
To Herald "Homer's Hideaway" drop by (The following letter from a civilian employee of the Naval

for a look.AFMA Air Station was addressed to the Service Information Office beforethe

holidays. Permission to have it published for all hands to read

has been granted. The letter points dramatically to those thingswe

Daily Colors At NATTUIf Members X-ray take exam.for )granted or consider routine-in this case the annual

Dear Sir:
on passing the Naval Air Technical Training Unit Hear AddressBy "In an effort to get some im- ray work. To me at the time it

Headquarters here at NAS Jax after Monday, January 22, portant information to people was a "lark", and I couldn't

you hear hi-fi music, don't be surprised-face the flag there here on the Naval Air Station, have been less concerned. The

and render the proper respect. I Dr. RogersMembers I would like to give you some second X-ray showed a small

Following a suggestion made information regarding an incident -: spot on my lung, and the Indus-

by several NATTU members toI I r of Jacksonville Chapter whch involved me person-' trial Medical Officer, Dr. Mat

install a public address system I I FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION 40 of the Armed Forces ally, and which I know beyonda thews, relieved me of duty at

nearby so ,that morning and eve- Management Association will shadow of a doubt will permitme once and insisted that I contactmy

ning colors would not go unnoticed hear Dr. Benjamin F. Rogers, to enjoy this Christmas Sea- own physician for further

as it appeared, such a The Honorable' George B. vice president and dean of Jack- son with my family."I study of this questionable area.

system has now been installed Stallings, Florida State Represen- sonville University, who will be was a marked man, and the This was done, and it was determined -

atop the building.On tative, will address Yukon principal speaker at the group's possibility of living through this that I did, in effect,

Branch 126, Fleet Reserve Asso- monthly meeting today at the coming Season of Christmas was have a malignant condition, and

making the suggestion the ciation, on Communism and Am- Officer's Club. very remote. I had no knowledgeof surgery was effected within
several members, who asked that ericanism Thursday, January 18, three days for
Dr. Rogers will speak on my time limit because the removal of my
they not be named, said that at 8 p.m., at it's regular meeting.The "History of Management. situation was such that I was a left lung.

they thought it appropriate that meeting will be held at the The meeting will open with a healthy man with absolutely no "My personal physician informed -

proper National respect because be rendered our meeting hall, 4530 120th Street, social hour at 1115, with the sign of pain. me in no uncertain terms
flag of the
sym- Yukon.In luncheon slated for 1145, followed "In taking my ,routine annual that I could not have lived till
bol historical
reverence, origin
addition, Branch President by the business meeting. X-ray examination given to all my next scheduled physical ex-
and glory of the great country
Walter H. Johnson will turn the
that it represents.The Comprised of naval officers civilian personnel aboard the axamination had this not been
meeting to James E. Mur-
over and civilian employees in the Station, it was noted that there detected by our Navy Medical
public address system will phy, President of the Yukon
management field, plus associate was an area for concern, and I Department."It .
be used to herald the raising Fleet Reservist Incorporated, a
members was recalled for additional X- is
local industry, interesting to note thatI
and lowering of colors at NATTU group responsible for obtaining '
I the Jax chapter has member- was out of the
a hospital and
each day so that anyone in the a home for the Yukon FRA, at :
ship of 125. home with
area, although they may not be which time officers of the Cor- my family five days
able to see the flagpole, can hear poration will be nominated and The AFMA's aim is to improve uI1Nllii: : after the operation. I am com-

the "Star Spangled Banner" and elected. Members of Yukon management methods and tech. : pletely recovered and feel fine.

render the proper respect for Branch 126 are also members of niques through experience and FOR SALE "I mentioned my case to a

the flag.CDR the Yukon Fleet Reservist Incorporated exchange of ideas. Trailer-38' x 8', 2 bdrm, Orange Park, very close friend, who was afraidto
and as such are en- $300 equity, take up pymts L. C. Jen- go to his doctor for fear of
couraged to vote in this impor- authorized for all military per- kin., Ext. 585. .hearing the worst. He finally
sonnel. Sale or R.nt-3 bdrm, brick, kit
Huber Takes equip went at and
insistance it
tant election. These future offi- $140 my
opt w-w
Branch 91 is fully behind these per mo or lease turned out that he also
cers will serve to put a roof over $130 per mOl 7716727. was -
Post As SkipperOf the heads of Yukon Branch 126 proposals and the organization'seffort Oak Hill-3/ bdrm, 2 bath, $66.39 per with a cancer of the lung,
members. to boost FRA membershipto mOl SP 16874. but having delayed in his exam-

VP-5 At RotaCDR The FRA is a nonprofit, non- 100,000 to strengthen theFRA's R.$600 C. Equity-4 Smith, O&R bdrm, 2 Shop bath, 7105 ten heat or; ination, it was necessary, after
position on ''legislative another d surgery to sew him back and
Robert L. Huber assumed partisan, and nonsectarian Na- PO 51685. up
duties tional organization of about enlisted men's business. FOR RENT inform him that he had only
as commanding officer of
Patrol 50,000 career enlisted men of the Locally, Branch 91 hopes to 4729 Blanding Blvd-3 bdrm, kit equip, three months left to live.
Squadron Five Janu-
on $85 per mOl SP 1.1106
ary 10, during formal change of Navy and Marine Corps. The launch a junior league baseball Furn Gar Apt-grd fir, new decor, "This disturbs me no end to
command ceremonies at the Naval organization recently kicked offa team this year to help fight juvenile $55 per mo, otil I furn; EV 75789. know that in all probability

: Station, Rota, Spain, where drive for a 10 percent basic delinquency. Avail March 6-furn, 'upr '.pt, 3 rms, many people are walking around
raise and 25 Other Branch events for the pri bath, $50 per mo & elec; D. S. with
the squadron is currently de- pay percent quar- Vereb, Ext. 315. tags on their life span which
ployed. ters allowance increase for all immediate future include aboardof Furn Apt-3 rmi & bath, sep entr, could and would be changed if

Already member military personnel. director's meeting tonight, avail Immed, $65 per mo, util; EV 7-7279 they should only know the seri-
a of the Thursday, January 18, and a Wetconnett Area-3 bdrm, furn $95, ousness of the 'situation and the
squadron, CDR Huber moved Both Jacksonville Branch 91, quarterly steak dinner at the unfurn $80; SP 1.2266 before 1430 or. fact that something can be donein
into the squadron's SP 1-3211, Mr,. Howard.
top post from
FRA, and its national headquarters club, Saturday, January 20. Tickets the early stages."I .
that of Officer in Charge of the Furn or Unfurn-3 bdrm, carport, avail
squadron's Detachment in Washington, are entering for the dinner may be purchased Jan 15, $SS per mOl SP 13110. write this letter as a testi-
1962 with strong and vigorous at the club or from board THIS V THAT monial
Keflavik, Iceland. lie succeeds to the effectiveness of
programs, having recommendedto members. Wanted-daytime bartenders at O' Club
CDR Thomas H. Casey, Jr. prey exper. pre f., appll. call Bob Emerion our Medical Department aboard
President Kennedy, Congress- Saturday night dances are now Ext. 8154 after 1700 or during the Station and in the hopes
CDR Casey departed for his ional leaders, and other officials, being held at the Branch 9' day and leave phone no. that someone profit from
new assignment with the Officeof that a 10 percent increase in Club from 2030 to 0100 with no Duty Swap-AT3 with approx 2 yrs may "
the Chief of Naval Operations, basic pay and a 25 percent increase cover or minimum charge. Music sblig terv, swap to San Diego; T. N. my lucky experience.
Washington D. C. last 'ogue AT3, VU-3 Bki. Div., NASNI, San Name WithheldBy
Friday. in quarters allowance be is furnished by the "Crystels". Diego 35, Calif. Request


18 January 1962 JAX AIR NEWS Page S



VA-176 Still Hold

>w ,

p Top IM Basketball Spots

Nearing the end of the season, VP-18 is still clinging

tightly to their unbeaten status and first place slot in the

National League IM basketball race. The Patrol cagers

; smashed ComFairJax 70-32 in this weeks' tilt to maintain

their 5'-0 record.JaxNavy.
Also in the- National League,

Rifle VAP-62 continues to be unbeaten

c \ s'f and holds second place, postinga
j ;
4-0 record. The photo bugs ha'dto

Team, Wright postpone two games with the

.ti Hospital and VP-18, due to car-

Ll K) 0.ww.Wr.S.M Place In Match rier quals, which will be made

up when their schedule permits.
The Navy Jax Rifle Team
DON'T FENCE! ME IN-MARTD'i Gerald MlchoU (center), tries to get away from Aircraft Patrol Squadron 30 remains in
Maintenance's Frank O'Halloran (left), and Tomfy Dunlap during their American League cage placed first in Expert class com- the show position.In .
contest on Monday afternoon. Fencing the Leathernecks in all the way, A/C Maint trounced them petition at the Florida MidWinter -
other NL tilts the Marines
for final of 6331.
a score Highpower match at Camp

Blanding on January 13-14, according bounced over Ops Boathouse

to Vergil Placid, ADCS, 58-44, and NARTU nipped Com-

Navy SportsSet Intra-Division Sports Team Captain.The FairJax 49-36.
seven-man team fired in The next important game

competition with some 100 other be played on Tuesday, January

For Jax ProgramSetAtVAP-62 shooters, both military and civi- 23, when first ranked VP-18
third VP-30 in the
meets place
lian, from four southeastern sta-
tes during the two-day match. Mainside Gym at 1800.

During 1962 Heavy Photographic Squadron 62 personnel are presently Firing members of the team, Over in the American League

engaged in an intra-division volleyball competition. The beside Placid, were B. F. Pres- cage contest VA-44 drubbed unbeaten -
league was organized to further promote participation in FAETU 76-56 to push the
District or regional ton, AOCS, of VA-135; J, R.
tion in three Navy competi-I I athletics and to aid in improving the physical fitness of Wright, AEC, NATTU; C. L. Attackers into second place.

squadron personnel. Linza, AECS C. B. Hardin, AOl, ", American leaders, VA-176, now
are scheduled for the Jackson- Present league leader in the --- deployed, continue to hold onto
themselves physicially as wellas F. J. McBclh, AO1, and LCpl.P. I
ville area during 1962, the Com- squadron is Operations Division I mentally in order to be bet- D. Arnzen, all of NAS. 'I their 8-1 first place position.
mandant Sixth Naval Districthas with six wins and no losses. Other American circuit games
ter able to withstand the aggressions Wright, firing in the Marksman;
Close behind, in second place is VP-16 edge out Admin. 51-
announced.NAS of his ,enemies." class, took four first places and saw
the Avionics Division with five 50 VU-10 whipped AF679th 83-
in match.In ;
Competition is at a high pitch one second place the
Jax will be the scene of wins and one loss. with twelve of the thirteen -announcing the results of 65; VA-44 demolished Ops Met-

the Sixth ND Boxing tourney to There are thirteen teams in teams still in the running for their match competition, Placid eors 72-23; VP-16 whizzed by
the league representing the six- VU-10 62-52 A/C Maint. troun-
be held March 21-23 and the the league title with over one- also noted that a pistol match, ;
teen divisions in the squadron, ced MARTD' 63-31 and fourth
and caliber
South half of the schedule completed.The using the .22, .38 .45
Atlantic Regional golf
plus an officer's team. Several of winning division will receive handguns, is scheduled here ranked VP-16 beat AF679th 68-
tournament set for July 10-13. the divisions, too small to have 28. The match is 57.
a trophy as will the sec- open
individual teams, have been Standings for the week arc
Each individualwho to' all shooters, he said.
NAS Cecil Field will host the ond place team.
combined to form more effec- American league National' k.gu.VA176 *
Sixth ND bowling competitionMay tive teams. One hundred per- participates, regardless of 8.1 VP-18 5-0
whether his team wins or loses' .
2-5 and will be the site of cent participation of the divisionsis Spring Bowling FAETU 7.1 VAP-62 40
has a chance to win one of VA-44. 5-2 VP-30 ".1
the District golf tourney, July assuring a very successful twenty individual prizes. VP-16 5.3 Hospital, 32
League Begins 3.3
4-7. schedule. Admin 3.3 Marines
Ten cigarette lighters with
CDR. Charles H. Boldt, VU-10 3i,4, NARTU 2.3
squadron insignia, plus 72-hour February 5 Boathouse 2."
Play Opt Meteors 3." OPS
The All-Navy boxing finals Commanding Officer of VAP-62
Maint 2." ComFairJax 1.7
passes will be given to the first
are slated for Norfolk in April; has complimented the men on ten winners. The next five will The Spring IM Bowling AF679th 1.7 VA-135 0."
their outstanding support of the I League will roll its first MARTD 0-8
bowling finals at Sub Base Pearl I receive 72-hour passes, and the
telling them that, "Dueto games on February' 5, accord-
Harbor finals program,
; golf All-Navy last five 48-hour
passes. the Athletic Director SOFTBALL PLAY WILL
of ing to
increasing threat
San Juan; basketball finals, Nor- the ever For each in which an
folk; volleyball, Alameda; ten- Communism, it is imperativethat individual participates game he receives who says that, so far, 34 entries BEGIN ABOUT APRIL 1

nis, Newport, R.I., and softball, American servicemen, especially one chance on these prizes. have signed up for lea- The time is nearing to get those

NAS Seattle. continue to improve Prizes will be awarded at the gue play. softball gloves out of the moth-
More entries expected
are since IM softball
balls, season
end of the season. The officer'steam to the entrance dead-

mm} 01 P JJ rI is, prizes.not eligible. --to win individual prior line date, January 26. will April N get 1, underway locally!! around

rrr.fi,:}.., ? 'S f, /../ r. ?f lrr 'k
///4 .. %j i'ir rr/f :rrrS. f.:
f r a9rl i. :> { if : / % .a ffri.H./r 3
MARINE MAJGEN. Melvin Krulewitch, chairman of the i N.Y. :'7 3&>$ .r/fuv.,'S.,. :) :'i1/'r l.: : : rJf fw'$ '.ff ,.. ,. .. 5 .,
::: .. .... ,544r/ y ./ > : .J.s; .r.. : : : ?s:4).a.
active ;: ; a:: ,.. n / / f.:YIj.5f' : '!4'? .l.rfl : i 1/
four-day :5 )
State Athletic Commission was recalled to serve a 4a :r? 1.r. .. .. ri.,: .r :? ... .
r f r .. :.: : : : :,
duty stint in Washington during January. Gen. Krulewitch, a :l::/.f.4: : :.:..'/.,,.V!.,,::..;r!.. r .. %:.if. s./}.l: f.'?:.':.. // ,/ /f//:.., i.!:.ri:.:4". ., f -%/ r r:4': veteran of three wars, was assigned by the Secretary of the Navy r ib .ff/t!.:% f r ,':.,r.:,', :. h:f.;/./'ar /J ,.} / fa:.'y v rr/fH:l l
to be part of a reserve selection board which recommended officers i ; ,;h.faJ.:.3rif, r r.// 'Urt. /% 'f'i r.'l1" ,rf,2 ff )':ys r
for promotion to the grade of brigadier and major general. YFdH..f
BOB MILLER five-foot nine-inch guard who played at Miamiof
Ohio, and Ray Waters, a six-foot three-inch San Diego State 2 ;
graduate, have scored double figures in each contest to assist the ,
Leathernecks to a 95.2 point-per-game pace. ,
ONETIME MARINE Gene Fullmer, the National Boxing Association '4t I. ,,
J. Neil j,
the Edward t r<
middleweight champ, was presented
Memorial Award as "Fighter of the Year. The award was given ?
the 36th annual dinner of the Boxing Writers Association in New 'firyrrf ,- s.p
Yat olk City. ? yfi'
alltime high of
JOHN UELSES of the Quantico Marines set an r4k 4
inches in the pole vault event at the
15 feet six and one quarter ,
4 oL
Sugar Bowl Track Meet.
TWO OF THE MOST impressive boxers at Camp Lejeune, N.C.,
middleweight Ray PhIllips and light
are twice All-Marine light
welterweight Granville Davis who recently garnered the East Coast ; /An. ..Js
Interservice title at Ft. Benning. Phillips collected his titles during r
1960-61 while Davis won his crown during his first Interservice S d r., syfy "

ut.DURING cage mentor Ben
L. CmShSb"n"Sgth" (1946-61)), his teams have f yr

Won 20S while dropping 107.
QUOTE OF THE WEEK Baseball player Jimmy Piersall N. Y. COMPETITORS-CWO Bud Carpenter, (behind net), of Suxriral/Alr
father of eight, related on TV recently how Yogi Berra of baby Frames, defends against Travis Byrd, AE2, of Avionics, during intra-divlslon volleyball play at
Yankee tame once called him for advice on how to diaper 8 of'8 VAP-62. Set to back up Byrd's play Is Frank Housley", A TN3, ((foreground). Other players on the
Jimmy told Yogi''First, you spread the diaper in the position Bring Survival/Air Frames team shown are (left to right), John Pullen., AMS2 Billy Johnson AMH2|
baseball diamond. Then you set the youngster at home plate.second base Leo Clausen. AMS2 and Herman Piai, AMS3. Thirteen teams have been organized within th e
first base over to third move third over to first turn start squadron to augment required physical fitness training. CWO Carpenter, a Nary veteran of 31
over home and there you are. But, in case of rain, you gotta years, leads his team in all games with the rigor of,a young recruit.
all over again."

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Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 18 January

NATTU Leadership School Navy Birthdays

W i/II/M a ke'62 CHINFO Gives Insight IntoNavy's

Opened To Local CommandsThe A Busy Year

During 1961 the Navy cele- Office Information
brated the 50th year of naval
Naval Officer Leadership Seminar, a four-day, three aviation, now-during 1962-
hour a day, course designed to provide Navy officers with six other major Navy birth- An insight into the basic operations of the Navy's Officeof
leadership training at the .Naval Air Technical Training Unit days are coming up. Information was given to members of the BeachesMayport -
here, ended its first class to include officers from other localcommands The year will see a golden Council of the Navy League last Tuesday by Rear

on January 5._' anniversary celebration when Admiral Daniel F. Smith, _Jr; Chief of Information.
The seminar, first established naval communications becomes I. "The general idea of public
NATTU in 1961 for the publicity. This is not the case at
at early
50 years old. Also in relations is that we go into action -
all. Our aim is to fires
purpose of providing trainingfor 1962 the destroyer force will when the horn blows, like prevent ,
NATTU officers only, was be 60, and the Civil Engineer firemen we're ready to fight or to promote understanding of the
opened to officers of other com- Corps will attain the ripe' old put out the fires of adverse continuing importance of a strong
mands after Its first two courses Y x age of 95. Navy," Admiral Smith explained.

were completed. On extension of It will also be a busy year Admiral Smith declared thatto
an invitation to other commandsby Cor 20th anniversary observ accomplish this the Office of

CAPT Hartsel D. Allen, ances. Among the two-de- Information is organized into
Commanding Officer of NATTU, :?:ade-oid "youngsters" will be three basic divisions to deal with
100 interested officers ask- three basic publics-Media Rela-
some the Amphibious Forces, the
ed for and attended the course. Seabees and the WAVES. The tions, for the news media; Civil
Relations dealing with the civil
The Seminar ,
Leadership con- Amphibious Forces will begin
sisted of five each public; and Internal Relations,
topics, pre- their 20th year on February
sented by well qualified speakers. 20, the Seabees on March 5 within the Navy itself.
The topic, "Communism", nd the WAVES on July 30. Briefly, the Admiral explained,
Media Relations deals with the
was presented by CDR CharlesF.
Duggins of NATTU; "Com- press, radio, TV, motion picturesand
parison of Communistic, Social- MDBS MembersTo publication areas of infor-
istic and mation. The Internal Relations
Capitalistic EconomicPhilosophies"
Cast Votes Division deals with keeping men
was presented by
Dr. Ben Rogers, vice presidentof Members of the Employees' and women in uniform, and their

Jacksonville University; LCDR VAP-62's FINEST-Leon H. Mutual Death Benefit Society dependents well informed on
Verle A. Hendrickson, Catholic O'Donnell, PN2, has been se. have been asked by the Boardof Navy activity so that they can
chaplain from DESRON-16, lec- lected as "Sailor of the Month"by Trustees to consider carefullythe translate pride of service into
tured on "Moral Responsibilitiesof VAP-62 for his outstanding proposed amendments to the real salesmanship.
professional performance, lead.
Naval Officers". ership, adaptability, military Constitution and By-Laws of the The Admiral discussed at a
"Rights of Individuals" was behavior, and appearance. The Society and to cast theft vote accordingly much greater length the Civil
award was also given him in Relations Division, which he
the subject covered by David recognition of his outstanding Ballots should be returned in ....,- classed as being able to provide
Lewis, a Jacksonville attorney, contribution to the squadron,
RADM such the League
CHINFO SPEAKS groups as Navy
and the fifth and final the Navy, and his the envelope provided on or before -
subject, country. Jan. 26 to be valid. Daniel F. Smith, Jr.._ head of with most assistance in telling
"Domestic and Affairs" .
Foreign the Navy's Office of Information the Navy story.
t was presented by Fred Schutlz, gives members of the
Chief Beaches Council of In expanding on the Civil Re-
a Jacksonville businessman.The Marrinucci One-Man -Mayport
the Navy League an insight to lations Division he related the
leadership course was ori- the basic operations of his work of shop by shop, includingthe
ginated by the Chief of Naval ATT Unit In East FloridaWith office during an' address' last Organizational Desk, the

Air Training, Pensacola, who Tuesday.. Speech' Engagement Desk, and
the --
increasing complexity of today's modern Navy, ---- --- -
also the and
gen- the Orientation Desk.
effective methods of
more screening and testing enlisted
eral subject matter.Sullivan personnel for advanced technical training was needed. Thus, Marine Units The Organizations Desk, Ad-
a new test was authorized and labeled the Advanced Tec- miral Smith pointed out, is where

Is Made nician's Test (ATT). The ATT is given personnel who are the buck stops passing on any-
in their second or subsequent enlistment and have not completed Are InspectedBy thing relating to patriotic organ-
12 of inlisted service.The izations and clubs. This desk
Ensign At VP18John years .
ATT consists of items per- will, for instance, coordinate in
L. Sullivan, former AOl, taining to Reading Comprehension administer the ATT and the En- providing for public appearancethe
of Patrol Squadron 18 has been (READ), Mathematics (MA- listed Classification Unit at the COMARTMarine Navy Band, Naval Cadet

commissioned an ensign, mark- TH), Physics (PHYS), and Electricity U.S. Naval Air Technical Train- Choir,. Waves Chorus, the Steel
ing the high point of his 14- (ELEC). READ is a test ing Unit is one of these and Brigadier General Louis Band, Blue Angels, and Chut-

year Navy career. of ability to read and interpret represents the only unit of its 3. Robertshaw, Commander, Mar- ing Stars Parachute Exhibition
Sullivan, who reported to VP- technical material. MATH con- kind on the Florida East Coast. ine Air Reserve Training with Team. The Organization Desk
18 for duty in August 1959, will tains five sections: Nemerical This Unit consists of one man, headquarters at Glenview, Ill., also process requests for ships
remain with the squadron while Series, Depandence and Variance, G. P. Marrinucci, Senior Chief and his inspection staff arrived visits, marching units and color
awaiting change of duty orders. Abstract Computation, Arithmetic Personnel Man, who is the En- here on Saturday morning, Jan- guards. .
Ensign and Mrs. Sullivan were and Algebra, and Mathematical listed Classifier at NATTU. Chief uary 13, and conducted a two- The Speech Engagement Desk,
feted at a gathering at the NAS Definitions. PHYS contains Marrinucci has traveled up and day "operational readiness' inspection as Admiral Smith explained it,
Officers Club, following his com- questions on general science and down the Florida' East Coast of the Marine Air Re- is responsible for meeting requests
missioning, by fellow officers. physics principals. ELEC con- testing more than 2,000 person- serve Training Detachment and for Navy speakers. During
tains questions dealing with elec- nel.As its attached squadrons here at such events as Armed Forces
The nation that controls the tricity and electronics. a result of his travels and NAS. Week,Navy Day, and other special -

seas has access to 85 percent of There are presently only 29 tests, Chief Marrinucci is known Following an informal briefingby periods, a major effort is
the surface of the earth. Naval Commands authorised to locally to Have Att, Will Travel. Colonel Frank R. Porter Jr., made to touch as many sectionsof
the country as possible with
ESW s.1 1tAVIp AtJAv Y.;SYN.9, ttW'M1tS./.M! p.Mx M.:vr4 t4kVjZyMN. : +PY.3ht4: S'M ..Sf.ffff MARTD Commanding Officer, Navy speakers.The .
attended by squadron -
Orientation Desk administers -
.. ... .,. officers, a luncheon was heldat
: Yf.tr;(;
} the Secretary of the Navy'sguest
iS' :. ::/ 'f3v; }'S. irff:;: the Officers' Club.

:'.:'t:::i.::.:} ,fi't};':,.y Sftt; ,:.f: i:n;is}::::':a:rii: }S i4 :::,$. On Saturday afternoon, the inspecting gram is cruise designed program.to give This Ameri-pro-

party observed flight cans a first hand look at the
operations of VMA-142, VMA- Navy in action. These cruises
144, and HMR-765, visited informally are most popular, as evidencedby
with Marine reserveson the fact that last year some
the flight line, in workingareas 5,500 persons took advantage of

R f: and in the pilot's ready I this opportunity, said Admiral
room. Smith.
On Sunday, the MARTCOM He also covered briefly the
group visited MARG-14 officersin work of the Navy Exhibit Center.
the staff conference room, This unit is responsible for the
listened to technical training design, manufacture, transport
classes being conducted, inspected and repair of Navy exhibits
barracks, and then spent more which are sent about the countryin
time on the flight line observing response to requests from any
flight operations.On number of sources. It was here
completing their inspectionon that ,Admiral Smith related that
a Sunday, the party departed plans are afoot to establish an
NAS. Exhibit Repository at NAS Jack-

SURVIVAL DISCUSSION-Marine LlCoL Edmund Buchser (left), VMA-341 Commanding sonville.
Officer, explains his method of attaching a knife to his leg with rubber bands so It won't b. Officer, pointing to" cigarette "The Navy story never gets
lost if he has to eject from an A4D aircraft to BrigGen. Louis B Robertshaw, (center). Com butt on deck. "Son is that old-each day something new develops
mander Marine Air Reserve Training, during his "operational readiness" Inspection of MARTD i yours?" that is worth bringing to
units her on Saturday and Sunday. Observing are (I.lIto right), LtCoL D. P. Gltese. VMA "'
Commanding Officer BrigGen. Robertshaw) LtCoL H. C. Hawn Jr., VMA144 Commanding Of I Seaman: "That's alright, sir. You public attention, the Admiral
fleet and Ma). E. A. Eklund. HMR76S Commanding Officer. saw it first." concluded. Is

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