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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 3, 1962
Frequency: weekly
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.. Restriction On

Military Family

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Travel LiftedSecretary

Vol. 20 No. 5 U.S. NAS Jacksonville, Fla. 3 May 1962 of Defense RobertS.
McNamara has announcedthe

Employees To TOP THREE OF 40 NAVY RELIEF PRIZES resumption of authorized
travel of dependents of military -
personnel assigned dutyin
Y ra
Nominate New Europe.
The suspension of such travel
began September 9, 1961, freez-
Officers SoonDuring ing sea and air transportation for
) y.S actual and prospective movementof
supplies, material and troopsto
the period May 7-17,
all NAS employees will havean western Europe should the

opportunity to nominate. /S znt a x IfyS need raise.
candidates for membership on i The Secretary said the programhas
the Station's various Em- now reverted back to that
ployees' Councils, Civilian Em- which was in effect prior to the
ployee Food Services Board, Ci- time the ban began. Transportation -
vilian Employee Recreation and ,. availability is no longer a
Welfare Association and the Em- a 'T3a'; y .IIIM,, MyfrM1M i>c ?w .1(! problem, he said.
ployee's Mutual Death Benefit 5* SS The Defense Secretary said

Society. A list of election offi- ,. that probably some 6,000 dependents -
cials was published in a previous a month are affected.
issue of the Jax Air News and -Siw The action actually means a
similar lists are currently postedon switch in dependents-those now
official bulletin boards. { r there will come home and switch
The Employee's Councils pro- places with dependents eligibleto
vide an opportunity for a mu- go over.
tual exchange of information be-
5' + > The short haul resumpton of
tween management and em- : dependent travel will have no
ployees. The Employee's Coun- effect on the "gold flow" problem,
FIRST PRIZE 1962 Ford Galaxie Convertible
cils are not grievance commit- -
but that is still a serious problem
tees as such, but concern them- .** *** according to the Secretary.It .
selves with matters which affectall
employees and managementand is the general policy of the
are available only if em- Defense Department, he said, that
ployees desire such representation. : service personnel serving over
If there are no nominationsfrom > seas should not be separated from
the areas wherein Employee's their families except during
Councils have been de- emergencies or for short tours.

signated, it will be declared thatno Such a restriction, he said has
council exists for that area adverse effects on the morale
until the next annual election. : and career incentives of military
The Civilian Employee Food :* personnel and the Defense De-
Services Board is responsible for t partment is currently experimenting -
representing all employees in the to find if rotation of unitson
operation of the civilian cafe- short tours of duty would
teria and vending machines. Theyare help. A short tour was definedas
concerned with such thingsas >s not more than 13 months.

adequate vending service Resumption of dependent travel -
within employee areas and to will not immediately increasethe
see that a wholesome meal is S M 5 { number of dependents in
served at the cafeteria at rea- Europe, the Secretary continued.He .
sonable cost. In addition, funds / S,' explained that when depen-
derived from the operation are T a 4 dent travel was suspended, there
made available first, to improvethe was a simultaneous extension of
food service, and secondly, tours of personnel in Europe.
to provide a budget for the Ci- Consequently, he said, there has
vilian Employee Recreation and not been the normal flow of re-
SECOND PRIZE 1962 Corvair Monza
Welfare Association
to sponsor urning dependents. With resumption
employee activities.The of dependent travel, those
Civilian Employee Re- returning dependents will approximate -
creation and Welfare Associationhas the number arrivingin
the responsibility of allotinp Europe until December 1962.

funds provided by the Food For this reason, there will be
Services Board to employees to ..r1 little increase in the dependent
assist in the sponsoring of certain population for the first several
recreational and athletic activi- months he concluded.BuWeps .
ties. Here again they representall _
employees and so to proratethe
funds to provide the best Chief
coverage in the recreation and
athletic area.

The Board of Trustees of the Plans Area
Employees' Mutual Death Bene- Lull I I vIISISIII I _
fit Society is responsible to the
members for the conduct of the ;-1-- Visit May 6
society business. Interpretationof 4 rj FS; l fr
by-laws and efficient operationof Rear Admiral P. D. Stroop,
the Society falls on their Chief, Bureau of Weapons, and
shoulders. RADM A. M. Shinn, Assistant

These are just brief examplesof Chief, Field Support, BuWeps,
the duties of the various coun- are tentatively scheduled to arrive -
cils and boards cited to impress L J'. here at NAS Jax on May 6
upon employees the importanceof : for a brief inspection of Station
nominating persons for officein {/, '% and other local naval facilities.
whom they can place their THIRD PRIZE-Camping trailer with aluminum cartop boat and engine Inspection of NAS Jax, NAS
confidence and support. These Cecil Field and the Naval Magazine -
are S10.COO IN PRIZE3 TO NAVY RELIEF CONTRIBUTORS three handsome prizes above Yellow Water will be madeon
important activities of the civil- are Just three of 40 fabulous prizes worth a total of $10,000 to be given away to lucky contributors
ian employees and deserve the to the 1962 Navy Relief Society fund raising campaign which officially gets underway Monday prior to their departure -
attention and consideration of Friday May 4. To be eiglble to win one of the m any prizes a person need only to donate to the in the afternoon for Key
to assure that the Navy Relief Society. The donalon fee of SO cents gives the donor an opportunity to claim the West where they will helicopterout
everyone prizes. Goal for this year's effort is $35,000. The giving away of prizes is designed to stimulate to the USS Meredith to observe
boards, councils and committees interest in the drive and donations may be made and will be accepted without exchange for tickets
(Please turn to page 4,coL 3)) should the donor so desire. ASROC firings. _



3 May 1952
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CAPT J. R. Conpton HAS Jcdtonvttl Commanding Officer :r: :: 4 ', I Il
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COR W for J. Schub: Executive Officer l} : : ,
FWt Air hcbonvllle NAB 6ND : .::.:: .
RADM JoMph M. CartoN __ Commander tx'..
CAPT Vincent Caaey Chief of Staff j':": sI
Fleet Air Wing Eleven
CAPT Gilbert J. Frauenhelm ______CommanderCAPT ? Y
Andrew H. Cowart Chief Staff Officer I
Naval Air Technical Training Unit
CAPT Hartiel! D. Allen, Commanding Officer It :
COR Eugene F. Verdery Executive Officer t
Navel Hospital r
CAPT J. M. Henner Commanding Officer : i
CAPT Stephen H. Tolint.. Executive Officer
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit 1j
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. Commanding Officer
CDK William M. Miller __ Executive Officer ti } (
Printed with funds Jacksonville, Florida r {
commertcally non-appropriated In at .. j kF f
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July #' l ., 'f ,
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air .. l
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Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing ... .......f..u.. ..+rw. ...."".. > ss.sI ., A.
II, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hospital.CDR Y'-These members of the Navy's "Blue Angels," precision flying unit,
Alex N. Mclnnls, Jr. _________________ Service Information Officer will 'BLUE arrive at ANGEL'S NS Mayport at 1200 tomorow Friday May 4, to prepare for their performance in
Andrew H. Planey Assistant Service Information Officer the annual "Blue Angel's Day" to be held in the area May 6. The "Angels" are, (left to right) 1 1LT
News Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb Staff-Ma. Spencer JO1; Marc Whetstone, Atherton, LT Dick Langford, LT Dan MacIntyre, LCDR Ken Wallace LT George Neale:
JO); Sandy Martinson, JOSN. Marine Ray CAPT Doug McCaughey, LT Lew Chatham and L THank Giedzinski. CAPT R. E. ElliottJr.
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and International .. NARTU Commanding Officer here at NAS Jax is project officer and coordinator for the
Councils of Industrial Editors.
show which is aimed at procurement of naval aviators for the fleet.
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit la given. Photographs
unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photograph SARATOGA EXPECTED MAY 11
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone I I
extensions 8164, 656 272 or 216. Although no exact date has Communism I
been confirmed, the aircraft car- Liberty vs

rier USS Saratoga is tentatively
U. S. Power For Peace'On expected to arrive at NS May-

port on May 11 The arrival (Editor's Note: This is the first in a series of articles

date will depend on weather taken from "Ideas in Conflict, Liberty and Communism

conditions while crossing the (DOD Pamphlet 3-11))", published by the Directorate for

Display May 12-20 Atlantic Tuesday, it was reported on Armed Forces Information and Education, DOD.)

We live today in a divided world. Two great competing I

A week of parades, exhibits and open houses at U.S political and social systems-democracy and communism-

Military installations throughout the world will begin May American Flags confront each other. The ideas or concepts that support

12 to give the private citizen a look at the nation's military democracy are diametrically opposite to the ideas upon
Sold which Soviet communism is founded. At the same time, the
posture. Being By
governments and other institu-
As in past years, the third Saturday in May, has been officially I tions that defend and preserve Russian thinker, Tolstoi, com
proclaimed Armed Forces Day by the President. The first such FRA Branch 126 democracy are the exact opposite I! pared the "liberty" of some men
observance was held in May 1950. Communist' with the freedom of the ox, "lov
of the of
organs a
Open house will be the week's main feature at bases and "What better symbol than the regime. ing its own yoke."

facilities around the world. In addition, civilian guests in thousandsof American flag could one displayto
communities will see demonstrations and exhibits designed to the world to represent peace?", But the ideas of each system The great German philosopher -
increase their understanding of their nation's strength.The asks Yukon Branch 126 of the appeared first in point of time. Immanual Kant, held that ]

1952 observance stressed the fact that the Armed Forces Fleet Reserve Association. The institutions and power ma- liberty is connected with moral

represent "Power for Peace." This slogan was considered so descrip "Operation Red, White and Blue" chinery came later; they followed law. Human freedom involvesthe

tive of the national effort, that it has been used every year since.In got underway at the Naval Air the ideas.Throughout. necessity of doing one's dutyas
some overseas areas the phrase "Partners for Peace" is used Technical Training Unit on Mon- dictated by the moral con
day as Captain H. D. Allen, the history of ci- science. To do freely what one
to point up this country's free world alliances. bought the first flag sold by vilzation, men have had differ- ought to do is the true expressionof

The Defense Department cordinates the observance nationally, Branch 126 in the project. ent ideas of liberty. Plato and human dignity.In .

designating certain areas of responsibility and assigning one of The project, which began officially Aristotle associated liberty with modern times, liberty is

the services as coordinating authority in each area. Program em- May 1, is aimed at encouraging justice or giving every man his regarded as the freedom of the

phasis is on the local command or community level. American citizens to due. The Epicureans thought of individual to think his own
purchase and display the American liberty as complete freedom to
thoughts and to speak and act as
flag on all national and oursue pleasure and to avoid i

Vess Named On July 3, 1950, the U. S. patriotic holidays.The pain. he the thinks restrictions proper subject necessary onlyto to

Seventh Fleet's Task Force 77 FRA hopes to combat apathy The Stoics, and later St. Thomas of other in
preserve the liberty
'Serviceman'ByNATTUnit I was the first to use Navy jets within the country by instilling Aquinas and John Locke held dividuals and the good of soci-
and rekindling the spiritof that all
I in combat in the Korean conflict
patriotism and love for the rights which derive from Na ety.The
'which began June 25, 1950. country and flag in American tural Law. The exercise of these desire for liberty in the

citizens. rights constitutes liberty. The Western World has been so pre.
Marine Staff Sergeant PaulG. valent that political philosophersin

Vess, an instructor in the j'r < ; the seventeenth century made
Marine Mechanical Fundamentals liberty the basis of their explana-

School, Naval Air Technical tion for the origin of government -

Training Unit, has been selected .
"Serviceman of the Month" for Thomas Hobbs, John Locke,

March.In : and later Rousseau theorized that

ceremonies Monday, Vess men first lived in a state of nature -
was commended for his quali- \ in which all men possessed

ties of leadership, morality, es- complete liberty. Then strong
prit-de-corps and demonstrated men began to oppress the weak,
abilities as an instructor.His and the situation became in-

letter of commendation, tolerable.

signed and presented by CaptainH. Thereupon, according to Locke,
D. Allen, NATTU Commanding
men entered into a contract, set-
Officer, said: "Through Vess' ting up a government to which

continual exhibition of outstand- they gave the right of Judging

ing qualities of leadership, mor- disputes and the duty of protecting -
ality and esprit-de-corps, he was their natural liberties. TheU.

selected 'Serviceman of the S. Constitution, can be con
Month' for March 1962. Vess inspires sidered a historical example of
his students and fellow such
a contract.
Instructors to greater accomplish-
Liberty has been dear to men
ments through his initiative and of
for differing reasons. Acts
personal example. His research,
readily ac-
government that men
thorough knowledge of the sub-
cept in one society will be resented -
being taught and I
ject genuine 4
in another. Yet it is a
Interest In the student makes him } ,,,,,.,,,
safe generalization that men
an outstanding instructor. Vess's THE FIRST TO BUY-CAPT H. D. Allen (center), NATTU Commanding Officer, smiles as to
performance reflects cerdit upon he hands over a check for $3.25 to Paul W. Hetx, AECS, for a personal flag which ht purchased everywhere desire to be free
himself, this command and the to kick off the Yukon Branch 126. Fleet Reserve Association's "Operation Red While and Blue"on do those things and think those
Monday. W. H. Johnson AEC. Branch President looks on as Heiz. Chairman of the "Opera thoughts which they believe are
Marine Corps. tion." accepts the check and hands over the fla g. necessary to a meaningful life.

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3 May 1962 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

IRD Has Issued Revised Assessments DueThe NAS Garden Circle Awards .

Performance InstructionThe advised Death Benefit members Employees'Society that Assess-Mutual has Blue Ribbons At Flower ShowThe

Industrial Relations Department here has just ments 186 and 187 are now NAS Garden Circle presented its Spring floweron

issued a revised NAS Jax Instruction 12430.1A to reflect due and payable by May 14. show, "Alice in Flowerland," Tuesday, April 24 at the

changes in performance appraisal and rating procedures. I NAS Officer's Club.

A draft of the new instruction f ___n._______ The show featured an artistic
was referred to the Employees';! iivision with five classes, a hor-

Councils and various organized i ticultural division with eight

employee groups and labor unions classes, a corsage class and a
for comment and sugges- Junior Garden Club division.

tions, all of which were care- { a nr There was also an educational

fully considered in preparationof > exhibit and an invitational ex-
a t
the final instruction. r hibt.
I I .
In the past, all employeeshave
Mrs. W. B. Allen won the
been assigned performance
Award of Merit, Mrs. H. H.
ratings on September 15 of each I
Lowry, the Tri-color and Mrs.
year. In the future, the employee's 1L
M. E. Feltham took the Sweep-
official rating date will <
CZ: aI stakes Award.
be the first day of the month in y ;; {kgrk.

which the employee's birthdayfalls I Blue ribbons were awarded in

that is, if the employee's the Artistic Classes as follows:

birthday occurs during the Class I, "The Garden of Live

month of June, his official annual Flowers"-Mrs. H. L. Gallagher;

rating date will be on June Class II, "Pool of Tears"-Mrs.

1. This change will spread the H. H. Lowry; Class III, "Queenof

workload and enable supervisorsto ,. ,, Hearts" Mrs. W. B. Allen;
carry out this portion of their s, < 9 g b36e Class IV, "Beautiful, Beautiful

responsibilities on a continuingbasis Soup" Mrs. W. T. Blakney;

instead of having to rate Class V, "Through the Looking

all employees under their sup- ., { > Glass" Mrs. M. M. Lindsay.The .
ervision at one time.
Horticultural Class blue
In the past, the Performance
Rating Board of Review was I WU'd.t.It.ALJ.Slue:>> : ribbons at the NAS Garden Circles Spring flower show "Alice in ribbon winners were Mrs. M. E.
In Flowerland," last week are Mrs. M. E. Feltham, who won the Sweepstakes Award: Mrs. H. H. Feltham, Mrs. W. R. Fitch, Mrs.T. .
comprised of nine members., Lowry, winner of the Trl-color and Mrs. W. B. Allen, the Award of Merit, (left to right). The E. Greenwood, Mrs. J. H.
the future there will be only show had an artistic divson with five classes, a horticultural division with eight classes, a cor- Winston, Mrs. M. M. Lindsay,
four members on the Board of sage class and a Junior Garden Club division.
----- Mrs. J. C. Dixon, Mrs. A. A.
Review. There will be one mem-
Cibolat, Mrs. W. J. Morgan, Jr.,
ber each from the Overhaul and I
CPO Wives Meet
Mrs. W. B. Allen, and Mrs. H. H.
Department, Public
Works Department, Supply De-
partment and one member selected Set For May 7 The Blue ribbon in the Corsage

from the other smaller Class went to "Unbirthday Pre-
Nominations Branch officers
for 91 -
departments on the Station. One The regular monthly meetingof sent" Mrs. W. R. Fitch.
and the Board of Directorswill
Club will beheld
will be electedat the CPO Wives
of the at the Miss Kellie Dixon took top
commence assembly
hall of the
in the dining
each meeting to serve as honors in the Artistic Class of
Thursday at the Clubhouse 8554
May 3 ,
CPO Club on Monday, May 7,
chairman. In view of the spreadof
Roosevelt Blvd. Final nomina- the Junior Garden Club and received
in the Mainside-Sons and Lovers, at 2000. A social for all mem-
workload specified per- tions and elections will be heldon a blue ribbon for her en
the Performance 1900 only. bers will follow the meeting.
vious paragraph,
June 7. try. Other blue ribbon winnersin
Rating Board of Review NATTUnit-Light in the Plaza, Wives of all' E-7, E-8 and E-9s The quarterly membershipsteak the Junior Club were Miss

will meet frequently and all 1900 only.HospitalSniper's. are cordially invited to attendas dinner will be held this Ann Allen and David Knight.
have to consider a few ratingsat Ridge, 1900 guests and will be welcomedas
Saturday, May 5, also at the Special guests for the day were
a time. This should enable the only. new members.
4 Clubhouse from 1730 until 1845. feted at a luncheon, hosted by
Friday, May
be informed
employees to New club officers were instal-
All members who
up members, following the
their rating in a more expedi- Mainside-The Roman Springof led at the April meeting and three new members in the quar- judging.

tious manner. Mrs. Stone, 1900 only. three new members, Virgie Bay, ter ending March 31 are eligiblefor

Another change concerns the NATTUnit-Sons and Lovers, Pat McKay, and Ester Neal, a free steak dinner. Sign up

discussion of performance rat- i Hospital-Light in the Piazza, were also welcomed into the six members and win two din- NATTU HonormenSSGT

ings. In the past it has been 1900 only. club.

necessary to discuss "Satisfac- Saturday May 5 ners.Members and their guests who James A. Scott, AO-B

tory" ratings when the super- Mainside-World in My Pocket, have not won dinners are wel- School 83.50.D. .
visor has kept the employee t ftATTATh'k:1i come to purchase the meal for E. Shiflet, AE1, AE-B
1900 only. :
informed throughout the( rating NATTUnit-The Roman Springof $2. Tickets may be purchasedfrom School-83.39.

period as to the manner in Mrs. Stone, 1400 and 1900. members of the Board at David L. Miles, AA, AE-A

ties.which Discussions he has performed of "Outstand-his du- Hospital-Sons and Lovers, Corner i tonight's meeting. School 82.30.

ing" and "Unsatisfactory" rat- 1900 only. Navy Wives Club 86 has announced -

ings will continue. Sunday, May 6 that there will be a
Mainside-Merrills Marauders, Welcoming Reception on Sunday

1400 and 1900.NATTUnitWorld. evening, May 6, at the Dewey
NX Patrons In My Poc- Park Clubhouse. All members,

ket, 1400 and 1900. pospective members and their rf: b Y \ .
Reminded of Hospital-The Roman SpringOf husbands are invited to attend

Mrs. Stone, 1900 only. and meet the out-of-town 'dele- WiiriJ
to the Southeast Regional yx ;
-- gates
Rights To BuyNavy Monday, May 7 Meeting. Chairman for the even-

Exchange officials have Mainside-Hands' Of A Stranger ing is Mrs. Thomas J. Bennett.

1900 only. I
reminded all hands that patronsof NATTUnitMerrills Marauders A new record was establishedby I

the Exchange must show pro 1900 only.HospitalWorld. the Navy Wives Hospital
per identification unless in In My Pocket, Nursery last month, accordingto
when making purchases. Mrs. Donald Kirkwood, who
1900 only.
They were also reminded that stated that 920 children were
items or services obtained throughthe Tuesday, May 8 cared for without charge there

NX may not be purchased for Mainside Lonely Are The while their mothers were cared iWL

unauthorized persons. Brave, 1900 only.NATTUnit for at the Out Patients Depart- _
It has been alleged, accordingto Hands Of A ment.If .

the NXO that on at least one Stranger, 1900 only. }

occasion an authorized patronhas Hospital-Merrills Marauders, you've just arrived at the HOUSEWARES FAIR-The enthusiastic response by Navy
brought children of a neigh- 1900 only. Station and your furniture is Exchange patrons to a recent Photo Fair sale has prompted
bor who was not an authorized late, don't let it get you down. these NX managers to offer an even bigger and better "House-
Barber Shop Wednesday, May 9Mainside Stop by the Nursery on Child wares Fair" which got underway on Tuesday and will continue
patron to the NX The- until May 15 or such time as the stock of "sale" items is de-
King Andes, Street and let the Navy Wives
for a haircut. pleted. "We are ready," says Mrs. Dolly Wiggins, MainsideiMrs.
This is just one of many such 1900 only. give you a hand with the dishes, Rae Otiarterman. Hosoital MM. Lois Roddan, Country
that NATTUnit-Lonely Are The pots, silverware, linens and Store, and Mrs. Bernice Atkinson NATTU (left to right), "and
violations of NX regulations Brave 1900 only. blankets. Ask for Mrs. Jesse the 'bargain priced' items will include irons, toasters, mixers,
can occur and known offenders coffee makers, hair dryers, skillets, phonographs, scales, iron
should be reported. Exchange Hospital-Hands Of A Stranger, Bush and check out what you ing boards, plastic kitchenware dinnerware, glassware, faltware
officials said. 1900 only. need. and other miscellaneous items."


Page 4 JAX AIR, NEWS 3 May 1962

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"p' Local Navy Wives Club Will


Host Southeast Regional MeetDelegates

from 29 Navy Wives Clubs of America will

arrive in Jacksonville Sunday, May 6, to attend the Annual
Southeast Regional Navy Wives Club Meeting to be held

May 6-9, in preparation for the National Convention which

will be held in Bremerton, Washington, In October.
y Bermuda and Cuba are included -
in the Southeast Region.
Jacksonville Navy Wives Club
Marge Packard, Southeast Re- 86 will be the host club, assisted
gional Vice President, will be the : by Cecil Field Navy Wives Club

presiding officer. Principal speaker 121 and Mayport Navy Wives
will be Captain James R. Club 201. Chairman for the meet-

Compton, Commanding Officerof ing is Mrs. Wilbert Wagner with
NAS Jax. Special guests include -
Mrs. W. F. Everoski as cochairman. -
Elise Skylstead, head of the .

Navy Wives Club of America The Meeting will get underwayat

Scholarship Foundation; Navy 1800 on Sunday, May 6 when
Lieutenant Alice Marshall, Liaison the delegates will be feted at a

I Officer, and Marie Lottinger, reception at the Jax Navy Wives

I Southcentral Regional Vice Pre- Clubhouse, Yukon.

.. of
Highlight the Monday ses-
{ '; sion will be an evening cocktail

Classified. Magnolia Ball party and cold buffet dinner at

.. .. the NAS CPO Club.

For Sale! : Set At O'ClubFor Tuesday and Wednesday the
Ortega Hilli-4 bdrm, 2 bath, patio, : ladies will hold business sessions.
avail May IS; EV 75437.
q1 v,> '3Y? Jax Beach-3 htei for tale, $14,000; The Regional Meeting will be,
CH 95406. May 4-5 climaxed on Wednesday at 1830
Sale or Rent-3 bdrm, Cl loan, $61 with a banquet and dance at the
per mo; EV 41575. Riverside Lions Club. At this
For Rent The eleventh annual Jackson-
Ortega Hilli-itv & refrlg, $115 per ville Officer's Wives Club- time awards for membership and
mo; EV 9.5961 after 1700. scrapbooks will be presented.
Cedar Hilli-2 bdrm, den, elect kit, sponsored charity Magnolia Ball i CAPT Compton will be the
air cond, $150 per mo; 771-4714 Sundays will be held on Friday and Saturday I featured speaker at the banquet.
: nights, May 4-5, with I
Jax Beach-upr, 2 blki from ocean, festivities commencing at 1830.
3 bdrm, elec kit, gar; EV 7.3658 after :
1600. Becoming as steeped in tradi- VP-18
Ortega Hilli-3 bdrm, 1% bath, avail tion as the Old South itself, the II Undergoing
June 1; EV 82148. Ball held annually at the NAS
Furn Rm-kitntte, $35 per mo; EV '
Officer's Club possesses a color-
84235. AdMallnspeclion
Cedar Hill -3 bdrm, 2 bath, kit equip, ful history spanning a decade.It .
M sep din rm, $100 per mo; EV 7.3909 was in April, 1952, with Mrs.
Patrol Squadron 18 here at
after 1700.Unfurn3. W. H. Hopkins, Mrs. H. F. Ging-
bdrm, $95 per mo; EV NAS Jax is in the proces of its
rich and Mrs. F. E. Woodward
FIRST CROSS RALLY-Volunteer Ladies and
RED Gray 98883. annual Aministrative Material
staff aides from NAS Jax NAS Cecil Field, NS Mayport and the lakethore bdrm, $75 per mo; EV serving as the nucleus committee which is being
Hospital Joined together at the NAS Officers Club last Wed 9-8883. that the first Ball was held. Inspection con-
nesday April 25, in the first annual Red Cross Volunteer Rallyto Lakeshore bdrm, brick, doub .gar, ducted this week by Captain
Decorations for 1962's
be held here. Principal speaker at the gathering which gave $75 per mo; EV 9-8883. G. J. Frauenhiem, CommanderFleet
the workers a chance to meet socially and discuss the different Oak Hill-3 homes, 3 bdrm 1 tie & Ball, as in those years, will be Air Wing Eleven, and his
phases of their work was COL Carl S. Ingle, (inset in top photo), I 2 bath, cen heat, $90 to $125 per mo; keyed around a "Magnolia" set- staff
USAR, Past Chapter Chairman of the Duval County ARC, who EV 98883.
lauded the work of all volunteers on the Naval installations. lakethore-duplex apt, 2 bdrm, kit ting.Proceeds from this charity The inspection will cover all
During the rally RADM Joseph M. Carson ComFairJax-Coxn- equip, $75 per mo; EV 98883. phases of squadron activity, including -
NabSix, (right, bottom photo), was presented a certificate of Wettconnett Area-unfurn, 2 brdm, event will go to the Pinecastle complete inspection of
C. V. Gross, NAS Jax Red Cross Field Director, School Jacksonville and the a
appreciation by fireplace, 7 rmt, $95 per mo, gar apt records
for all Naval Forces in the Jacksonville area for cooperation in rear; 771-0739. Navy-Marine Residence Founda- all and procedures used
given Red Cross activities.Whistle by the squadron. An all-hands
tion, Washington, D.C.
EmployeesContinued personnel inspection and an inspection -
Tickets be obtained from
Times j may of all squadron workingand
of the
Rhymes ( from page 1)) Mrs. S. H. Tolins, Ext. 8480 or
living will be included.The .
Now are so composed that they will the Officer's Club, Ext. 8154.
THEY M051 provide ample representation in objective score achievedon
VIRTUES fri the best interest of all employees. the inspection is one of the
Signals For N OTH ER6 j Official nominating petition I MARINE WIVES MEET MAY 1 many items considered in the

WNo 1IND forms will be made available by A business meeting of the Enlisted competition for the annual Bat-
HEIR election officials. Additional information Marine Wives Club will be tle Readiness Efficiency Award,

Flag RaisingIn GH-T'/ regarding the elections held on May 7 at 2000 in Bldg. better known as the Navy "E."

ARE L will continue to be carried in 572 here at NAS. All enlisted During the last fiscal year, Pa-

a move to synchronize the BLIND the Jax Air News and on Station Marine Wives are welcome and tron 18 achieved an overall gradeof

observance of morning colors ...Agen bulletin boards. urged to attend. "Outstanding."

aboard the Station, the power

plant whistle is now sounded. C '
each morning at 0800. ;.:

Prior to this action which began -

on Monday, both pedestrianand
vehicular traffic was occasionally -
required to make as

many as three different stopson

Yorktown Ave., approachingthe

Administration Building to I
render proper respect to the National -
Ensign being raised along

the way.

At the first sound of the 0800

whistle all vehicular and pedestrian -

traffic, not under cover, 4 .;
halt and appropriate
should pay x.t a
respect to the colors. Carryonwill
be indicated by a short

blast of the whistle 50 seconds
after the first. t
Colors aboard the Station are (right), and "after" (above), photos offer visual proof that the
displayed at Building 1, Fleet Navy Exchange has something to be thankful for in its recent
Air Wing Eleven, Naval Hospital, campaign to improve the appearance and keep its many areas
Naval Air Technical Training clean. NX patrons have been lauded and given most credit by
Exchange officials for helping to bring about the improvementsat
Training Unit. all NAS Exchange facilities equally as much as is apparent in
Taining Unit. these photos which were taken to point them out.

., -'< \.

. I

3 May

l JAX NEWS AIR SPORTS I Marines Win Track, Field MeetLoop

I .:..... .. ...........,......... ".",...".. ...'''"..."........w.v."... '...'' ...
Leading F. :; :: 7. ::. : ;:p. ,

Suns At HomeThe .

Jacksonville Suns, rest- fr .

ing atop the International lx ?

League in their first season, 1 '
have six more games remain- I ;44SM
ing in their current home 2 j

stand at the Jacksonville Ball


The Suns, a farm club of the

Cleveland Indians and replac-

ing the Jersey City Giants fran- s Ex ;+q xx y4{
chise, are at home to the strong a

Toronto Maple Leafs tonight and

tomorrow night in the final two .

games of a four game series with
the Leafs. Skippered by veteran

Charlie Dressen, Toronto has a ........ ....... ..................... ,"...".v""w. ....,................,.. ... .....................'.'.
roster that is loaded with 19 'j
former major leaguers.The : Kollar Carries Baton

Buffalo Bisons move into

town Saturday to open a four Irr-t tt;

double game series header with is scheduled the Suns. for A In 440 Victory RunSteve

Saturday, beginning at 1800, fol- '
lowed by single games on Sun- .. .'."." '. "., .. Kollar was the last of four Marine runners in the
day and Monday. Single games .:.1 Medley Relay, final event of the first NAS Jax Track and

on weekdays begin at 1930 with :I .* Field Meet held last Wednesday. Before him there had been

Sunday games starting at 1800. Ted Turner who ran the 220 portion of the race, followed by
Bob Decotis covering the 330. It John Moore after
Tickets for, all Suns' home was running -
games are on sale at NAS Jax J the 110, who had relayed the aluminum baton on to
Special Services 704 Kollar, now tightly clutching it in his hand.
Bldg. at
Encouraged by his fellow Ma-
reduced rates for servicemen.The .
1 rines, the lanky Leatherneck as "records" to be 'matched or
Suns roster over the past bettered in ensuing
i began strengthening his stride as years.
few day, exclusive of pitcher, i he rounded the track and started Following are listed the individuals -

has been reading: Martinez, SS; down the last 100 yards. It was : together with their stand-

Wise, 2B; Morejon, LF; Barker, now or never. It was up to himto ings, who took part in the meet:
IB Carmel, CF Davalillo RF
; ; ,
put his team in the winners 100 Yard Dash
Woods, 3B; and Thomas, C. Shar-
column, because the outcome of Winner Barry Calhoun Admin 10:5:
ing the mound chores have been
this race would determine the 2nd Place Ted Turner Marines
Rueben Gomez, Ted Abernathy, 3rd Place Chuch liner A.44
victor, either the Marines,
Ken Lehman, Art Kay, Ed Don- 4th Place Joe S.pp Hospital
44 AF 679th.
or C. Albritton AF679th
5th Place
nellym Don Bessent Steve
The enthusiasm of the sideline
.220 Yard DISh
Hamilton Art Ceccarelli Bill
Shaffernoth b Fo x' c4fT"T7 trackers hightened as Kollar Winner Ted Turner Marines 24:6:
and Carl Smith.
_n.. n_..............................._.__......_____.. _____._ stepped off each strained stride. 2nd Place Chuck liner VA"4
., '''__r' ., Then, like a shot, he moved 3rd Place C. Albritton AF679th4th
away from the pack and with a Place John H.g.n Admin
5th Place Nat P.yton VAp.62
burst of speed triumphantly
.1 440 Yard Dash
'. .1j crossed the finish line, splittingthe
Winner Silas Miller AF679th 55:6:
j winners tape. 2nd Place J. Hendley AF679th3rd
IstLT Melton Bevis of Marine Place B. Imberg.mo Admin
Barracks was the first to greet 4th Place Ted Turner Marines
his runner who, together with 5th Place Larry Lunn VA.44

Turner, Decotis and Moore, cov- High Jump
1 !! ered the 2,000 yards in two Winner W. Jenkins AF679th 5'50/
Admin 5'2"
minutes, 18.4 seconds. 2nd Place B. Calhoun
3rd Place Dan Mora VA.44
There other track-
were many (tie)
men who performed equally as 4th Place Ken Wagner Hospital

well in the meet. In particular, (tie)
was Barry Calhoun of Admin 5th Place T. Turner Marines
r s f f' who streaked down the cinder O.K. Warren Diipen.
path in 10.5 seconds to win the
1'3rq y
: rY y. > Zsnjt go : jy 4+}+/Y Jump
..--- '.- -..' '. .,. -' ..... ...." -- ,y' .-. _JIR "'Nf -, W" ,m'H'> 100 yard dash. He was also a Winner C. liner VA-4418'53"
BEGINNING OF THE END-Steve Kollar (fourth from contender in the high jump 2nd Place J. Moore Marines 18'3W
left in top photo), receives the baton from John Moore and event, leaping 5 feet, two inchesto 3rd Place K. McCauley Diip. 17'10 "
begins his triumphant 440-yard run of the Medley Relay which take second place. He was 4th Place J. Hagen Admin 17'9W
[BOWLINGThere's ] gave the Marines their victory in the first NAS IM Track and topped by Wilbert Jenkins of the 5th Place W. Jenkins AF679th 177 V4"
Field Meet held here last Wednesday. Chuck Isner of VA-44 is Shot Put
shown in the second photo from top, leaping high and long to 679th who established the first Winner S. Seaman VA-44 46'61%"
not much elbow room win the broad jump event with 18 feet 5% inches. High jump NAS running high jump recordby 2nd Place J. Moore Marines 44'33rd /"
for the lead spot in the American honors went to Wilbert Jenkins of AF679th (above), as he clears clearing the bar at five feet, Place L. Harvey Marines 42'5 "
League IM Bowling race the bar at five feet 6% inches. All heights, times and distanceswere five and three-quarter inches.In 4th'PI.ce H. Sowel Hosp.40'23"5th
recorded from the
by judges Recreation Department
this Aces the other running events of Place E. Leonard Diipen. 35'II 1
week as the Spade who officiated at the meet.
had to move over and allow the day, Silas Miller of the 679th Medley Relay
Dispensary and the Play Boys the seventh place slot into fourth.As I ran the 440 yard dash in 55:6: Winner Marines (Turner-Decotis

their portion of the honors. All IM Softball of Monday night's results, while Ted Turner clipped off the 2nd Place AF679th3rd Moore-Kollar) 2:la:4

three teams hold a 34-14 win-loss here is how the two leagues 220 yard dash in 24:6.: Place VA-44

record and all three teams are stand: The remaining two field events 4th Place VAP-62
bowling 708 found Chuck "Rabbit" Isner 5th Place Dispensary
averages.It's Results AMERICN NATIONAL
quite different in the Na- leaping 18 feet, five and one-
tional League, however, as the LEAGUE LEAGUE half inches in the running broad Tennis Tourney
Team W I Team W L jump, and Stewart Seaman push-
have taken the lead over NARTU now stands alone on the ,
Supply "A" The new leaders IM Softball heap, leading both V&-44 6 1 NARTU 7 0 ing the 12pound shot put 46 Meet Set May 9

sport a 27-9 record with a 750 VAP-62 5 2 AF679th 5 2 feet, six and one-half inches. Wednesday, May 9, is the date
and American lea-
the National
average.In Marine 5 3 Admin 5 2 Both men represented VA44'steam. set for the second organizational
the Continental League, the gues by a 7-0 record. Gainingthis I Dispensary 4 2 ComFairJix 4 3 meeting for all units interestedin

Owl Hoots still maintain their position resulted from Dis Supply 4 3 VP-741 4 5 Since this was the first Track having entries in the Intra-

top position with a 795 average pensary's nine tipping VA-44 I Pub. Works 3 3 VU-10 3 4 and Field event of its kind hereat mural Tennis Tournament. Dead-

and a 35-9 win-loss record. during their night game on Mon- VP-5 1 1 A-C Malnt 3 4 NAS, the established heights, line for entries is May 11. The
Because of Tuesday's deadline, VP-16 2 4 VP-30 3 5 times and distances, accountedby meeting will be held in the
The slipping pass-
Jax Air News was unable to day. corpsmen FAW-11 2 4 COM Mess 1 5 members of the Jacksonville Mainside gym. Units are reminded -
relate any of the 6ND Bowling ed the American League leaders, VP-18 2 5 Hospital 1 6 'Recreation Department who of- that tennis competition is partof

Tournament outcomes. 5-4, came up the ladder from FAETU 1 7 ficiated the meet, will go down the Iron Man program.

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Page 6 I JAX AIR NEWS 3:I May 1962

DOD Study Examining

Military CompensationThe

current Defense Study of Military Compensation is

c considering all aspects of military pay, allowances and fringe

benefits. according to a DOD spokesman.Three .
major objectives have
.: is the fact that more than 30
Office of
been announced by
4 yr H sub-studies are being undertakenat
the Assistant Secretary of Defense -
the time and additional -
for Manpower, which has present
sub-studies will be assignedas
the responsibility for the study.
However, within each of these the work progresses.The I

objectives are numerous fields of major objectives are:

-iw:: L study. Indicating the broad scope S To identify personnel pro-

-- ",."",._.#_.WNM.hV..W.w.WN.YN..N.W: ""'''_ .,W........ ....'".., ....... u .mm.._ I blem areas which can be signi-
; / ficantly affected by changes or

adjustments in the military compensation -


To evaluate the efficacy of

existing and proposed personnel

A w : management tools ; including

compensation in various forms,

%' to allievate the problems iden-
I ; Aif J tified.

t :! -r r I To recommend necessary

changes, either legislative, ad-

ministrative or both, for im
provement.The .

Lk1 study group's conclusionand

4 recommendations are due to
; be submitted to the Secretaryof

___ :w Defense by October 31 of this

: year. The DOD said it hopes to
have any resulting legislative

proposals before Congress in the

____.___ _-_ _
_._. ---------- following session.
DISASTER CONTROL DRILL-The first full.scal. disaster
control drill to be held here at NAS Jax last Friday simulatedthe First category among the sub-
crash of an A3D aircraft in the vicinity of Allegheny and Cecil Field To Issue studies to be undertaken involves
Birmingham Streets and the dropping of an atomic bomb in the Synthetic Lace, analysis of present and projected
area. An NAS helicopter flies over the "smoke bombs" which Postal Cachet OnA skills.
personnel requirements by
were used to simulate the atomic bomb. In the bottom photo Devices SaidUnacceptable
(left), Thomas Hill MU1. (center) of Team AB-11 demonstrateshow ( special commemorative postal This includes the personnel
to use the ANPDR27. an instrument designed to measure cachet will be issued by NAS needed to man the projected
radiation to members of Teams AB-11 and 12. Team membersare Cecil Field on June 30 in celebra- force structures for the next five
(left to right). Chuck Jervis AC3> Robert Lang PN2: Jackie According to recent infor- tion of the Station's tenth anni- years and the goal is to identify
Dennis, SA. and Barbara Castle. AC3. John Crossley, ACe mation received from the
(center right photo), explains the use of gas masks to membersof Navy Ship's Store Office, versary. imbalances in skill and experi-
Teams AB-11 and 12 also. The next scheduled drill for the Navy Exchange has anouncedthat The cachet design will bear the ences, both present and future,
disaster control units is scheduled for June. legend, "USNAS Cecil Field, Fla., based on the forecasted require-
there are indications that
10th Anniversary, June 30, 1962. ments.
devices manufacturedfrom
lace and
Navy Involuntary ExtendeesDue nylon and other synthetic Master Jet Base Fleet., Serving" thgWorld's Other studies will try to deter-

fibers, for use on naval Finest mine the causes of personnel Imbalances -
Philatelists and other persons identified in the first
uniforms as a substitute for
For Release In JuneAll gold lace, have not been approved desiring the cachet should sub- category. Each element of pay
mit stamped, self-addressed en-
for use by the Naval and allowances will be studiedto
Navy involuntary extendees who were extended by velopes to: Service Information
determine far
Uniform Board. so as possible,
ALLANTFLT Five of January and ALLANTFLT Seven of the fibers Officer, U. S. Naval Air Station, its effectiveness in attracting and
Although synthetic
March 1962 will be released from active duty not later than Cecil Field, Fla.
the needed
have certain desirable retaining personnelfor
June 30, according to information just received in ALLANT- All envelopes received at Cecil service.
ties, they are considered unacceptable career military
FLT 12 of April 21. ''':eld prior to June 23, will be
March, April and May personnel in appearance, it is cancelled at the Jacksonville, "Fringe benefits" will get extensive -

including personnel holding all extendees should be vigor- reported. Fla., post office on June 30. study. It was pointed out
authorization for transfer to the ously encouraged to reenlist or that certain of these benefits are
extend their obligated service.
Fleet Reserve who have been more attractive to some persons
involuntarily extended will be The loss of these critical rates L- than to others. As an example,

separated in June also. will be deeply felt throughout :? : : I the study group's spokesman cited

The date of separation in June the Fleet, it concluded, since mediacre. He said it has little
1,493 of the 2,915 to be releasedare
attraction to the unmarried
will be at the commanding officers' young

discretion, based on administrative second class or above. -; 'b.... newcomer to military service but
and operationalneeds -, S\ had high value to the older married -

said the dispatch. Beaches Plan I H'- man and his dependents.The .

Those enlisted personnel, including manner in which the relative -

personnel holding authorization 'Pal Day' For -..- attractiveness of career
for transfer to the I- S.I : -< ': .- -> military service is affected by

Fleet Reserve, whose normal expiration All ServicemenJacksonville I such things as increasing needs

of active obligated ser- : for trends to higher skill requirements -

vice or transfer to the Fleet beach communities .5 S :- ( in the service, the

Reserve, whose normal expira- will open their arms to local projected size and compositionof

tion of active obligated serviceor servicemen and their families on ti- the national labor marketsand

transfer to the Fleet Reserve Saturday, May 12. Jacksonville 1-.. : ..- '- the growth of the national

date occurs in June will be sep- Beach's Giffin Amusement Area; .- ? -j. economy will be considered.Also .
arated on their EAOS date. will give free rides from 1500 S.. S 4
: evaluated, as much as
Enlisted personnel, including to 1700 and refreshments will be .- -
possible will be the total com-
personnel holding authorizationfor served free at the Jax Beach
pensation of service members
transfer to the Fleet Reserve, USO Club, 610 Oceanfront, from
with that received by other
who were involuntarily extended 1200 to 1500.
:t groups of personnel in govern-
beyond June 30 prior to the issuance This "Pal Day" for the Armed S
ment and private industry.
I of ALLANTFLT 12, will Forces is being sponsored by the S
be permitted to remain on active Beaches USO Committee and the t-- -S Officials stated it was too
duty until the expiration of the servicemen's and servicewoman's early to make any conclusionsas

involuntary extension upon request uniform will be their ticket for -..- to what they may recommendin
if they voluntarily extend the activities. -- the way of pay inceases, fringe

their enlistment or active duty Dependents of service personnel benefits adjustments, or other

applicable in necessary deployed overseas should changes in compensaton. They
agreement as ,
CLUB WIZARD-Man of the hour at the NAS Golf Courseon
monthly increments. apply at the Jax Beach USO Tuesday. May 8. will be the world famous "Wizard of the did point out however, that there
ALLANTFLT 12 does not apply for admission tickets. Clubs' Paul Hahn. In his Hop..lik. shownxnanship Hahn will has been an increase in the cost

,to Reservists who were involuntarily The communities of Neptune, unload his 90-pound golf bag full of tricks in front of the club of living and the national wage
recalled to active Atlantic and Jacksonville Beach house at 1200. And. from the looks of things here, it's going to index since the last pay increasewas
I be a swlng'n show free of charge for all hands, both military
duty with their units. will give free parking meter ser- I and civilian through the compliments of the NAS Special received by the military in

The dispatch further noted that vice for the day. Services Office. 1958.

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