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: June 11, 1959
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
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Scouts Set Invasion Of Station For Annual RendezvousSome

400 Explorer Scouts and'; The five-day rendezvous aboard been arranged for the youths, Green Cove Springs Naval Station be crowned In ceremonies.

leaders from Region Six, which the Station will be the 14th such slated to arrive at noon Sunday where they will board a boat One of the highlights will be a

encompasses the four state area annual affair for the group and During their stay here, they for a cruise on the St. Johns I "Glamour Panel" program In

of Florida, Georgia, and North the program outlined for the will tour various squadrons, departments River; participate in a varied: which the Scouts toss questionson
Scouts may be the best yet. social etiquette at a selected
and South Carolina, will invade Five busy days, each beginningwith schools and facilities; athletic and recreation program;I group of young ladies.

the Station, Sunday for a week's early reveille at 0600 and will go aloft in an R5D aircraftin and climax the week with a dance ThE Scouts are due to depart

encampment. closing with taps at 2130 have an orientation flight; will tour where a Queen of the Ball will I early Friday June 19. .

Capt. Milner

New Head


OfFAW-11 '

In formal change -of com

mand ceremonies last Fridayat

1900, Fleet Air Wing 11

welcomed as its 17th com- Vol. 17. No. 14 U.S.N.A.S. Jacksonville Florida 11 June 1959
mander, Capt. Robert M. Mil,

ner, who relives Capt. DonaldE.

Macintosh.Capt. Mail Lands At Mayport

Macintosh, who has been >
wing commander of the local I 4i 4 kfr'

unit since February 28, 1958, has

where departed he for assumed Washington duties, at D. the C., s ;; i ? After Trip In MissileA

Federal Aviation ,
Agency. A .i : ., milestone in mail achieved this week
THE NEW commander ..... delivery was
was : L-cr when the operational war missile Regulus I, launched froma
formerly attached to Aviation :
,.... .. "
Plans Division ., :. submarine 250 miles at sea, landed the first "missile mail.
of the Chief of

Naval Operations in Washington. }I" ':: H. \: ,,,..,' .. Traveling at approximately the official envelopes with a pictorial
I" '
speed of sound, the Regulus,
': ,
Capt. Milner's more recent : i 1iI />, ,\ cachet of the Regulus I bearingthe
I launched from the guided missile
duties have included Commanding f:, : /\ submarine USS Barbero at 0910on words, "First Official Missile
Officer, Composite Squadron Mail-U.S. Post Office Depart
June 8, made a perfect three-
12; Commanding Off cer of ment. The cancellation was "USS
e' t'' point landing at Mayport 22 min-
Transport Squadron Six; Staff t Barbero.
utes later.
Training Officer for Chief of
POSTMASTER General ArthurE. ''The letters, carried in two red,
Air Advanced'
Training, white and blue metal compartments
Summerfield hand for the
and Senior Naval Officer on
were prepared, in Washington -
tary :Air Transport Service, At- epochal mail flight, proclaimed:
by the Post Office Depart
lantic Division. "The United States today began -
t; ofa ment and loaded aboard the Bar-
experimental exploration
DURING his Naval career, he bero at Norfolk. After the land-
'. of
major com-
has been awarded the new
Navy \ ing, the Regulus was returned to
Cross, Distinguished munication that is of historic
Flying Cross, ;
Air Medal Decorations and two significance to the peoples of the
Presidential COMMAND CHANGES HANDS "These are replicas of entire world." THE AIR'BREATHING.liquid-
Unit Citations. the type rflowtuby..our..squadrons," says Capt. Donald MacIn- fueled Regulus, operational for
His of
campaign and service tosh, ((right) as he shows models of PSM2 and P2V aircraft to This peacetime employment 1 two years, is a 360-foot long
medals include the American Capt. Robert Milner new wing commander of FAW 11. The a guided missile for the important miniature airplane. The training
Defense Service Medal, Asiatic- change of command was carried out in ceremonies at NAS Jax and practical purpose of car-
Pacific Campaign Medal with last week. While Capt.Milner comes here from office of Chiefof rying mail is the first known official device has made at, least 9,000
five Naval Operations in Washington, Capt. Macintosh has been successful launchings and flights,
engagement .stars, American use of missiles by any post
transferred to the Federal, Aviation Agency there. according to Capt. Arnold R.
Campaign Medal, World War II office department of any nation.
Schade, commander Submarine
Victory Medal and the National THE WORLD'S first "missile

Defense Service Medal. Final Report Shows Hike In mail," some 3,000 letters, was enclosed Squadron SII, based 'at Norfolk,
Since here to observe the historic flight.
Capt. Macintosh took in the postmaster general'sFRANKE

command last year, two of the I Summerfield. .enumerating. the
wing's patrol squadrons have "extremely valuable Informa-

earned the Efficiency Award, Savings Bond ParticipationA NOW tion" gained by the flight, stressed
the practicality of building
while Patrol Squadron 16 re- I
ceived the Aviation Safety review of the final report of the 1959 U. S. Savings AT NAVY HELM small compartmept into missilesto

Award. Bond drive among Navy units in the Jax area reveals an William B. Franke, for the carry mail; the speed and efficiency -
with which mail be
,HIS UNIT has been In chargeof increase from 40.6% to 53.2% for civilian participation in the I past the years Under Secre- loaded into missiles and the may

training the Brazilian AirForce's Payroll Savings Plan and 25.7% to 29.9% for'tnilitary partici- tary of the Navy, Monday assumed of mail, suited, to making compactness --
pation. duties as the new Sec- '
newly formed antisubmarine
Area Wage and Classification Office use of missile technology.
Figures for the campaign,which cretary of the Navy.
warfare squadron, utiliz- from 18.2%' to 81.8%; NAAS Large-scale adoption of "mis-
concluded June 1, also show 468 Mr. Franke succeeds ThomasS.
ing Neptune aircraft.,
Mayport, 37.8% to 75.9%; and sile mail" is not contemplatednow
new participants among civilian: Gates who has been named
Patrol Squadron 18 has received
Resident Industrial Manager'sPlease despite the unqualified success -
wide employees and 362 new military i Deputy Defense Secretary.
publicity in recoveringnose ( turn, to Page 8, Col. 2)) of the flight.
cones from Army Jupiter participants. i
missiles. They were also utilizedin ALTHOUGH THE campaigndid I -

the recent Panamanian incid- not attain the desired goal of : J;

ent.Fleet 65% participation, several units I

Air Wing 11, based at did reach and surpass the goal. I 1J.J.

NAS Jax since 1950, is composedof Among civilian units attaining

three patrol squadrons, includ- high averages were ComNabSix, ,
ing VP-5, VP-16 and VP-18. Jumping from 50% to 83.3%; '.

I Odd Missile Stirs Interest f

Students at Aviation Ordnanceman '
disturbances. \1
School, Class B, at NATT .
Center have their interest arous- At no cost to the government, ,f ( i

ed by a landlocked missile. from salvage parts, he assembled
Missile XOO, AO (B) School'sown j
And they have the benefit of
missile. jt
being taught about it by the man Drummond weeks t
spent two ? Y4: !
who assembled (the odd space- ,
tinkering with intricacies of the *
land vehicle.
type system, making occasional foraysto
AO (B) School had no intertia salvage parts he needed.

guidance system training aid, and The missile is housed in a 500-

none was available. A special pound water-filled bomb shell

system is learned better if stu- and utilizes stabilizing equip-

dents can see and touch the parts, ment from a ,,50-caliber machinegun .a

so Paul Drummond, AOl, Inertia turret.

Guidance Course instructor, decided -
The result is a structure which

to build one. creates interest among students. ORDNANCEMAN'S BRAINCHILD The Station now-ranks 'high among list of Naval activities -

This system is the missile's And Drummond, with 17 years using missiles in modern defense with birth of a landlocked vehicle at Aviation Ordnanceman -

sense of direction, the sensitive experience in the ordnance field, School, Class B at NATTCenter. Instructor Paul Drummond, AO1, demonstrates his '"baby"
parts which keep the vehicle on can teach this system down to an inertial guidance course system, to a group of AO (B) students. From left are Drummond. who
put the missile together. Wesley Raney AO3 ActSgt. Jimmy Smith, Ernest Savage, AOI, ActGj-
course despite wind and other the last wiggle of tail flaps. Sgt. Fred Wilson and Ray Cuevas, AE1. '



11 June 1959

.."., And Engines Is
Story Of Automotive


J.ass.o.iu1. Presented For Navy Exchange Personnel

Cftpt. Elliott W. Pariah Jr. ... ..,.- ...........__._ Commanding Officer -
Capl Grayitoa H. Weber NAB' aim: rkMl Ale Jisoot"''''.''' Executive Officer The story of automotive fuel and engines was presentedto An example of the ignition of

Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig ............................?............................................ ... Commander 30 Exchange service station managers and employeesat fuel in a caburetor was
Capt. George R. Luker .?......>..................M..................... ............... Chief of Staff Fairfax, Navy aboard the Sta- one of
Opt Uacphenoa Williams _....;.... .................... .. ...... Chief of Staff NAB Six a training program conducted last week the final points of the lecture.

Robert M. Wilner riMt' Air. Wing. 'lieven'Capt. .... ....... ... .... .... .. .... ........ Commander tion. stations at Rumph displayed a four-foot long
i Capt Charles L. Lambing ................."..... ............ ..... ........................ Chief Staff Officer Personnel in attendance represented service glass tube, three inches in dia-

Capt-Charles L. Moore Naval Air.........Technical._............ _.Training.............. .Center.... ..... Commanding Officer NAAS MaypQrt, NAS Glynco' engineer representing Ethyl Cor- meter, which was open at one
Oomdr.: Wilted K. jWimanC ; ;: ......._............-...................,.,......:,,.:.........., Executive Officer NS Green Cove Springs, NAS poration of Atlanta. end. After dropping a small

Alton .. Rvral.. .Hospital. Cecil Field and NAS Jax. to the amount of fuel into the cylinderand
pt C. AbernethyCapt ..... Commanding Officer Presenting the lecturer
John O.:r der ..............::.::::::::..::: :.::: ::..:.::::::::::::::::::::.....:...?.. Executive Officer ONE OF A series of monthly employees was Howard Rutledge, thoroughly combining it with

Capt F. R Holt .. ...... .... ....__.... ..WARTU. .. .. ... ................. Commanding Officer I: training programs, this class NAS Jax Exchange Operations oxygen it contained, a match,
Comdr. William K. Hardy _.__._.............- .. ....... ....................... Executive: Officer featured every phase of develop- Manager.IN symbolizing the spark of a plug,
I ment and use of fuel oil in au- of was put to the open end.
Printed oocnmerdallr with non-appropiated fund In Jacksonville Florida' DESCRIBING purpose
at no expenM: to the and NAmos tomotive engines, whereas The fuel vapor immediately
government in compliance( with P-M the class to the group, Rutledgesaid
July 105& Distributed tree of charge to mlUUry and civilian personnel sessions may cover such topics as its "
at Fleet Air JackwnTllle. Naval Air Station. Naval Air Technical Training "This is another in a seriesof "explosion burning
Haval Center ZbpttaLService" Fleet Air Wing 11 Naval Air Reeerye Training Unit and the U. S. purchase and selling of merchant Navy Exchange programs conducted rapidly to the opposite end of

Information Officer ...... ... .. .... Comdr. Lewis F. Kellerman dise, food preparation, and I with the purpose: of edu- the tube, causing a roaring noise.
Assistant Sent Information Officer .?...... ......./Andrew H. PUney: laundry techniques.The cating Navy Exchange personnelon This, remarked the speaker, wasa
Editor: -Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporter-Alba Paterson; Ron Davis AN; the
session sponsored by
simplified of
Gene Hagan. JOSA. Staff Photographer--Joseph O'Brien PH3. subjects that will enable us example
The lax Air News la a member of tte' Armed Fan. Press Service. commercial fuel corporation cur- to progress'"in our effort to fulfillour the carburetor of an auto-
Material appearing la this publication can be reprinted providing credit isgtvep.
employed at the local mobile.
rently mission of providing the best
Photograpba. unites otherwise credited are official U. S.Wavy Photo
srepba service station, was directed by possible service to, our patrons
Editorial: office located In Room Utt. MaiD Administration Bu dIDC. Phone L. A. Humph an automotive I
extensions C1M. 000. m CII' ilL Rumph was aided in his lecture 30-Year Man

by use of slide films, a chart
Your 'Crow'Should showing cut-away view of an

automotive engine and actual In Single Spot,

Mean demonstrative materials.

Rumph presented numerous M-Sgt. RetiresMore

Much To You factual statements unknown to a
: majority of civilian auto-drivers, than 30 years Army serv-

So you wear the "crow" and "_ but ofinterest to each of them. ice with one outfit. Sounds unlikely -

chevrons of a Navy petty officer. rc "APPROXIMATELY 100 thou- but when M/Sgt. Joseph

Chances are you're pretty proudof }1 } sand gallons of gasoline are Walyus retired he could claim

your rate. .ee: kk. pumped per minute, providing 50 that tour of duty with the Military -
You should be; the Navy times as much power for ma- Academy Band.

doesn't hand out ratings like raf- chinery and engine operationsas Walyus, after studying percus-
fle prizes. But there's a hooker 1 '\ does all electric plants com- sion instruments and playing with
attached to each pay-grade jump. \- bined," he remarked. He added Rutgers University Symphony
-- '
J Lj1Ak
WHEN YOU sew on the "crow"of \ that it was consumed by over Orchestra, enlisted in 1929 for
a P.O., that's exactly what the I U 300 million dollars'' worth of the 4th Coast Arty..Band in Pan-

Navy expects you to be a equipment. ama.

petty officer. Or translated, a Another interesting factor presented I But while awaiting shipment to
concerned the yellow, or the Canal Zone he applied for an
As machines and tasks in the
in some cases, blue color of gas- audition with the West Pointer
modern Navy become more
com- oline. According to Rumph, Band and was accepted. Then-fjr"
plex, more and
more emphasishas
been this coloring is added for one after he studied extensively i in
placed on leadership.How Er1
know New York City with top instructors
purpose; to "let the public
do .
you measure up on -: iSN\ks; <<"';''It''; ;;: fi 'i ( "' '1
that it is a fuel, and is not'to be in the percussion field.
Leadership IQ? Do PATROL PLANE
you: COMMANDER Comdr. Drexel E. '
"PASS' Poynter. (left) drunk." As the head of the famed
THE BUCK" or do you commanding officer of Airborne Early Warning .
accept responsibility for the per- Squadron Four} presents certificate of Patrol Plane Commander Methods of checking volatility, band's percussion section, he recalls .
formance of your men? to Lcdr. David Hull Jr. The new PPC is serving as Aerology vapor pressure sulphur and gum a high point of his career
Officer with
VW-4 and is a veteran of than 14
more D.
years President Franklin
Know the duties and responsibilities Naval service. The famed Hurricane Hunters of VW-4 have recently content, and anti-knock value when
of your immediate sup- inaugurated another season of keeping track of tropical were also discussed."IN I Roosevelt, at a Hyde Park con-
erior storms which threaten the mainland. cert, personally congratulated
and try to anticipate events? ORDER to burn one gallon
Maintain an optimistic attitude? of gasoline in an internal engine" Walyus for a xylophone solo.

Avoid burst of rage? 1959 Is he (exclaimed 9,000 gallons of The sergeant is also responsiblefor
Know the dirty as well as Flag Day Historic; air, one gallon of water, 19 the introduction of the glock-

pleasant asignments? pounds of carbon dioxide and 92 enspiel into the family of instru-

FOLLOW the chain of com- 'Old Glory'Due pounds of nitrogen must be util- ments employed by Army bands.
mand and require others to do FaceliftingIn ized.: He first played it in 1930 and today -

the same? Operation of the four strokesof it is used by nearly all U.S.
Know your men's ratings, levelof the way of U. S. Flag Days, June 14th this year is the internal combustion en- service bands.Daffynishuns.

education, when each is due something special. With Old Glory set to soon take on a new gine, the intake, compression I
for look-stars for Alaska and Hawaii-the nation well
advancement and how can re- and twister:
many -- --- power exhaust strokes, were : Tongue
its in
are taking Navy Training Courses. pledge proud confidence.allegiance a spiritof the white stripes shall go downto \then explained and demonstratedby a group of words that gets your

or Have Correspondence the right answer Courses for? Exactly who designed or 'made posterity representing{ liberty." a moving model of an engine. tang all tongled up.Pale .

do your our fiat national flag is not The flag got its name, "The
or ypu have to refer
them to another person? known. The Congressional reso- Star-Spangled Banner," from
How did lution of June 14th, 1777, stated Francis Scott Key's anthem writ-
you ? Perfect
"that the Flag of the United ten in 1814 as every schoolboy
? If
score not, think it over. It's
just States be thirteen stripes alter- knows. Not so widely known,
possible there is
improvement. room for nate red and white, that the I however, is how itscame to be

union be thirteen stars white ina called Old Glory.
leadership is a full-
time blue field representing a new The name was coined by a
job for you, the Navy petty
officer. constellation. young New England sea captain,
DID BETSY Ross actually William Driver, upon his taking
stitch the first flag? Some his- command of the 'brig Charles

Position VacancyAttention torians give this credit to the Doggett in 1831. Driver twice
Philadelphia flag maker, and her took Old Glory around the world
of employees is directed claim to this service was first before retiring from the sea in

to a position vacancy as publicized by her grandson, Wil- 1837 and settling in Nashville,
Production Specialist (GS-9) in liam J. Canby, almost a century Tenn., with the flag he loved.

Management Controls Group of later. Other'authorities are not so DRIVER'S FLAG and his name

Overhaul and Repair Dept. at sure. for it, became well known in
NAS Jax.AppJicants. But we know that the color red Nashville, but its fame caused a

must have total of stood for hardiness and courage; problem for him during the Civil

five years experience, two of the white for purity and innocence ? .War. t

which must be specialized, or and the blue for vigilance, He hid it from the Confederatesby r

substitute comparative education. perseverance and justice. Canby sewing it inside a bed quilt; y'rh'j(7' 1;.
The job holder would be responsible also made' public another legend but when Union forces took the r r

for helping develop, -that George Washington him- city in 1862, he brought it out $
integrate and administer man- self said of the flag's colors: and Old Glory was raised over p
agement improvement programsas "WE TAKE the stars and blue a17;
the state capitol. In 1922 Driver'sOld
outlined by BuAer. union from Heaven, the red from ,
Standard Form 59 should be: our mother country separatingit Glory was given to the t f r r ;; ,..t, 14, 4 r

submitted not later than next: by white stripes, thus showingwe Smithsonian institution in Wash-

Monday, June 15. have separated from her, and ington: '


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11 June 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3
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VW-4 Officer 'No Parking'

Gets $3,000 Signs Mean

.Scholarship A Just That

Lt (Jg) Thomas Nuckols, VW-s Seldom does a "Quiet" sign Jn

,. 4 Legal Officer, has been awarded front of a hospital provide an
a Rockefeller Brothers Theo- opportunity for persistent horn-

, logical Fellowship to attend blasters to pursue their usual

Southern Baptist Theological pastime; nor does a "Stop" sign

Seminary, Louisville, Ky., for the imply that drivers should pro-
I 19:5: -60 school year. ceed at above-average speeds

The $3,000"granf, one of 62 across an extremely busy highway -
such fellowships awarded na- intersection. t
. tionally by the Rockefeller.Boardof Both situations could easily result -

, Directors, may be used for one in dangerous or unfavorable
year's study at any accredited circumstances for the violator.

, seminary in the United States.A According to Delbert Louder-

1956 NROTC graduate of mill, NAS Jax Chief of Police,
Tulane University Nuckols was certain signs posted along Roosevelt -
designated a Naval Aviator in MY boulevard near the main

July, 1957. In addition to earninga gate, mean what they say, too.
) Phi Beta Kappa key, he holds For example, those bearing bold,
1 the Admiral A. S. Merril Award black letters reading "No Parking -

for proficiency in Naval Ord- !"

nance, and was first in his grad- Although N a v y, county and

uating class from school of Naval __ _.____..__m_.__ m...._._________'____,_'"._.............---- state regulations have, for some'
Justice. ILLEGAL PARKING These autos are parked illegally time, prohibited parking in the
between Roosevelt boulevard and Station boundariesnear area between the highway and
the north gala. Although you can't read the three signs in All Saints' Adds Station boundary, car-owners,
view, they say "No Parking" and were in plain sight of drivers
l1IAPER'JlNGS' before they parked in this restricted area. Vehicles parked here Early Service apparently military persons, have
hinder movement of military aircraft convoys through the gate. continued to neglect warning giv-
: Beginning Sunday, June 14,
en by the signs by insisting on
I an additional Protestant serv- leaving their autos parked in that
SecNav Safety Award ice will be held each Sundayat
April 24- Boy, to James Skip- 0830 at All Saints' Chapel. area. 50 have
pie, AOl, and Mrs. Skipple; boyto Leadership this service will Approximately cars
I Charles Korrow, ATl, and Naval alternate between all Station been seen in the restricted area
HospitalFor in
various times resulting
I at ,
Mrs. Korrow; girl, to S-Sgt. and Protestant chaplains.The .
damage to state property and interfering -
Mrs. Paul Broker, and boy, to service' is designed to
the fifth consecutive Naval Hospital Jax has with movement of military -
Kenneth Balk AN, and Mrs. Balk. year, meet spiritual needs of Navy
been awarded the Secretary of the Navy Industrial Safety aircraft convoys between
25 to Bruce their familiesby
April -boy, Chap- personnel and
Award. It was read to personnel during ceremonies conducted NAS Jax and Cecil Field.
man, BM1, and Mrs. Chapman; providing an early service
1r New action is reported to have
recently by Capt. Alton C. Abernethy, Hospital commanding -
boy, to James Tedford Ens, and each Sunday during cooler
officer.: been taken on the situation recently -
Mrs. Tedford; girl, to Lincoln Attending the brief outdoor 'Kenneth Craig, Commander Fleet morning hours. by the State Highway Pa-
Moore, AMI, and Mrs. Moore; occasion June 2 were some 100 Air Jacksonville and Commander, Other services at 0930 and trol. An additional number of

girl, to Leslie Sanford, EMI, and civilian, officer and enlisted per- Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval 1100 will be continued. signs have been posted in the
Mrs. Sanford; girl to Sherman District.IN : maximum
sonnel. area, to provide warn-
I Premo, ADI, and LJrs. Premo.. THE HOSPITAL first beganIts HIS letter, Hon. Thomas' S. Marine Career Wives 1 ing to violators before further action -
I April 26-girl, to Lt (jg) and near-accident-free record six Gates wrote, "I am very pleasedto PlaceThe Is taken to remedy the situa-
Mrs.' Daniel Wolkensdorfer; boy, years ago when it was awardedthe award your activity the 'S''*:- Change Meeting tion.
Marine Career Wives Club \
to Edward Heilbrun, RMSN, and SecNav Motor Vehicle Safety retary of the Navy Award for "A majority of the violators are
Mrs. Heilbrun; girl to S-Sgt and held its regular monthly meeting
Award. Only one lost-time accident Achievement in Accident Preven- personnel whose automobiles
Mrs. Daniel Budnick girl to Lt June 1 in the office of the NATT-
; prevented it from receiv- tion' for the calendar 1958. cannot be driven aboard the Sta-
I (jg) and Mrs. Robert year Center Chaplain at King Hall.
Kemper; ing the Industrial Safety Awardin tion," the police chief remarked.
boy, to Jason Beaver, AM2, and 1953. "In earning this award you Starting with the next regularly "Some probably don't have access -

Mrs. Beaver, and girl, to Garrel Both the Industrial and Motor completed the year without having scheduled meeting June 15, the to required insurance poli-

Batesole, AN, and Mrs. Batesole. Vehicle Safety Awards were pre- a disabling injury accidentor Club will be meeting downstairsin cies or proof of ownership." He
April 27-boy, to Lt. and Mrs. consecutive Building 572. added that undoubt-
sented for five years, a motor vehicle accident. This many were
I Ronald Woody; boy, to Barnett beginning in 1954. No lost-time is a most commendable achieve- Three Club officers, president edly violators of Station regula-
Messer, SN, and Mrs. Messer; accidents have occurred since Nancy Lyons, vice-president Lo- tions who consequently were bar-
April 28-boy, to Jesse Tanis, that time. ment and far,. exceeds the eligibility retta Muller and secretary Max- red from driving aboard the re-

AE1, and Mrs. Tanis; boy, to Following an introductin by requirements for the Navy's ine Kellogh appeared recently on servation.He .

James Sheehan, CS2, and Mrs. Capt. Abernethy, the commendation highest safety honor. You may a local television show. asserted that in towing air-

Sheehan. was read by Rear Admiral well take pride in this accom All Marine Wives are welcometo craft through the North gate, its
April 2$-boy, to SP4 and Mrs. II I
I often necessary to remove
plishment. join the Career Wives Club.
Ernest Hayes; April 30-girl, to Officers AllowedTo parked autos from the area, causing -
Vernal Martin, AN, and Mrs. a considerable delay in the

Martin. convoy movement.In .
Make SwitchIn : such cases, the Station police -

department calls for the service -
VP-5 Sights, Armed ForcesUnder wrw of a civilian wrecker company -

Towing charges are paid
Russian Sub certain provisions of the by> the owner before he can get

lave", commissioned officers of the his auto back.
A Patrol Squadron Five P2V, Navy and Naval Reserve may be Although no police action has

piloted by Comdr. J. J, Coonan transferred to other U. S. mili- been> taken in the past, civilian

during maneuvers off the coastof tary services. lawmen would be justified in issuing -

Iceland, sighted a Russian Department of Defense Reor- tickets to drivers who insist -
long-range submarine just after of 1958 made restricted
ganization Act pro- on parking in the
midnight, Icelandic time, May 30. vision whereby the President of area. In such case, violators will
The Jax-based plane sighted the United States may transferany be taken to traffic court.
and photographed the Red sub- commissioned officer with Personnel guilty of parking in

marine after the submarine USS his consent from the Army, Navy, this area are encouraged to take
Grenadier made underwater con- Air Force or Marine Corps, and advantage of civilian parking
tact with the Soviet vessel and appoint him in any other armed lots in the area. Needless to say,
radioed its position to Comdr. forces. a small daily fee for legal parking -

Coonan. B u Per s Instructions 1120.30 is cheaper (in the long run)
The VP-5 crew, engaged in ; !
and 1120.31 spell out regulationsin than being required to pay
anti-submarine warfare exer- detail. p dx.,Y A{. wrecker service fees or a fine in
cises about 150 miles south of '" ,. :.;: traffic court.:
transferred '
No officer from one 0'
the Red sub
Iceland '
; reported : :
\: .
service will be appointed in another :
made immediate to sub- :
no move '" :
merge. service with a higher rankor ;. :':: BC-BS Payments Duo
in the precedence than that whichhe Blue Cross-Blue Shield policyholders
"Several men were con- ,
ning tower of the submarine," held on the date prior to y.W.W.{{p(.'.y 1....-NNN/INN.--..;A are reminded that pay-
ments due June 13-14.
Coonan said, "and they waved to transfer. HOSPITAL GETS AWARD Naval Hospital Jax has re- are
Although intended primarilyfor five without a Payments may be made by
us. ceived a. commendation for completing
H. Kraack, AD3, a native of use in the technical fields to lost-time'ccident. Capt Alton C. Abernethy. (d.)Years Hospital check or money order, but cash
Germany now awaiting U. S. permit full utilization, of specialists commanding officer, gets congratulations from Rear Admiral cannot be accepted.The .
Kenneth Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville and Com- is
to transfer Craig, regular payment due
citizenship papers, was the first this authority mander Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District. Admiral Craig into effect
with rates not going -
crew member to spol the Soviet between the branches is open to read a SecNav commendation at ceremonies in front of the HospilaL new
I until July.
vessel. any commissioned officer.


Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS 11 June 1959Classified


For Sale ToastmastersRetired
An employee in a leave- out-pay status pending pos- I as long as the man had the
3-Bdrm 2 bath hse. Equity
without-pay status who is sibility of further assignment.Then sick leave to his credit and
$1100 and FHA loan $77 per mo.
separated without being returned he was notified he could could show he was actuallysick
5522 Norde Drive. SP 1-3847.
to duty, can have sick not be reassigned and wouldbe there is no restriction
3-Bdrm 2 bath hse screened
leave substituted for the per- separated from the service.He against substituting sick leave
porch 2 utiL! rm car port. $850
down $89 mo. 6849 CinderellaRd. iod if he was sick and get requested sick leave be .for another status.
substituted for the leave-with- In the case in point the
Cedar Hills. SP 1-4210. paid for the time, the Comp-
and that he be allow- Comptroller allowed the
3-Bdrm hse. Fla. rm, hardwd troller General has ruled. A
ed salary for the two-month change to stand even thoughthe
floors. $700 Equity, $84 mo. 6572
The case in point involved request for change of
Albicare Rd. (Oak Hill) SP-
an employee home for almost Asked for a ruling I the status was not made until the
1-4259. I
two months in a leave-with- Comptroller General said that end of the two-month period.
3-Bdrm 1 bath
% hse in Or- !
tega hills. Conv to NAS. Low mo.

payts1.' 5120 Oakside Drive. EV-
All Saints Sets
7-3734 or ext. 8538.
3-Bdrm, 1 bath. Screened porch, Speeches by three charter

patio. $2300 Equity. 2354 Barlad. Itinerary For members highlighted Tuesdaynight's
EV 4-1830. ( gathering of the Navy

Stuccoed Cb 3 Bdrm Civilian Toastmasters Club at
jalousied porch. 5172 Janice Cir., ; Bible SchoolPlans Karl Hellenthal's Restaurant.

Lake Shore, G. I. Equity, 4% :4 ; for this year's daily Va- Gordon King pointed out the

mortgage. EV 8-9892 after 1700. cation Bible School have been failures of many to complete a

2-Bdrm CBS in Lake Shore. announced by All Saints' Pro- job or project in "Our Sense of

Large lot, screen porch. G.I. equ. 4 M 'i Wyk' testant Chpel at NAS Jax. Closure;" Law ton Green, the
5340 Janice Cir. EV 8-3057 club's delegate to the Zone Con

2-Bdrm CB hse conv. to NAS One of the high points of the ference last week, gave his report

and Cecil Fid. $7800, 200 dn and 4A.{;. year for children, the school is in "What I Learned at the
4 slated to begin July 13 and will "
52.50 mo. payt. 4924 Old Middle- Zone Conference, while Andy
burg Rd.3Bdrm. be in session each weekday for Planey chided the citizens' efforts

2 bath hse. screen pch two weeks. of running to the state capi-

patio G.I. equity $600, $85 mo, Theme will be "Living For tol or Washington with their
payts. 1738 Le Bois Dr. EV- Jesus In the Space Age." Chil- school problems, declaring the

4-3660. .W a. dren will be divided into four best way to get better education

6 Ig rm, Breakfast nook Util, k Iu classes. for our children is to fight the
rm. Fla. rm attached Garage Nursery age children three and issue on the local level in his

fireplace. 5103 Kingsbury corner 4j P four years old will study "Lov- talk on "The Fight Begins At

Truman. EV 8-8058. (J ii: i ing and Pleasing Jesus" while Home:

3-Bdrm block hse. 2 Beginners ((4-5-6)) will study "We Jay Ellis handled the chores of
bath '
:3a! ;;; ,:*, :: : :''t.2w.i:4: : ::
hdwood floors. Learn About Jesus." master evaluator with Bill Clear-
Landscaped $700 ,
HONOR MAN Pfc. Richard Suffoleilo, (left) carries high
and VA mort. 6843 Tom ThumbDr. scholastic honors during the 22-week extensive course at Aviation Children who have completed man and Walt Stanul acting as
SP 1-1859. Electrician's Mate School at NATTCenier. Pfc. Suffoleito individual critics. Bill Clark was
school through the third grade
35 ft hse trailer. 2 bdrm, very receives congratulations from Cap W. D. Kellogg Marine Liaison toastmaster.
will study "The Lord Is My Shep-
Officer of AE School
good cond. $1400 terms can be herd" while Juniors those who Next Tuesday's meeting is set

arranged. Inquire lot 124 Azalea have finished through the sixth. for 1900 at the Cumberland Road

Trlr Park. 6301 Roosevelt Blvd. grade will study "The Christian's Community Center
For Rent MATS II
3-Bdrm hse electric range oil Flights OpenedFor Birth and Growth."

heater Plans for advance enrollmentare Officers
space $80 per mo. 5126

Fremont 1-1718. st. (Lake Shore) SP- Retired Personnel being soon.made and will be announced Bound j By Laws, "

Any who wish Naval Air Station employeeswho
2-Bdrm furn hse. $75 per mo. persons to assist -
near NAS (Orange Park) CO- Washington (AFPS) Travel of retired Armed Forces in the Bible School as teachers are retired commissioned officers -

4-8843. members and their dependents outside the U. S. aboard or helpers'are urged to con- should be careful they stay

1-Bdrm furn ,apt kit and bath MATS aircraft, previously unauthorized, now is open on a tact Mrs. Anne Davison, School within bounds of certain govern-

conv NAS. $60 incl light and "space available" basis. Director at EV 8-4012, or Chap- ment statutes.
at aerial ports of em-
water. 2037' Herschel St. EV- Those eligible are Regular retired present lain Don Alexander at extension The Dual-Employment and
barkation of retirement
7-3842 EV personnel, Reserves retiredfor a copy 8479. Dual-Compensation Statutes have
or 9-8176 after 5
p.m. ID and
order, military card shot
established restrictions the
2-Bdrm hse. kit equip also disability and Reservists retired on
well and
as as passport
care. $65 'mo. contact W. Z. Tarr, with at least 20 years active necessary visas.Inquiries Chapels Honor ScoutsBoth amount of compensation' such retired -
Building 101-V 1046 duty.THERE. military personnel may receive -
or Plain- Protestant and Catholic
concerning space while working for Civil
field Ave. Orange Pk. CO 4-9773. IS no provision, how- available travel maybe made to chapels aboard the Station will Service.
Unfurn hse kit equip Drapes ever, for air travel of dependents offer special services this Sunday
the Air Force Traffic Coordinating who fall into
Any employees
carpeting. $115. ,Mrs. Watkins unaccompanied by the retired Officer at McGuire AFB N.J., (June 14)) at 1815, for Explorer this category should consult with
ext-789 4652 Cates. member.! I Scouts of the Sixth District who
for northeast and
overseas areas their personnel office or with the
Ave.4-rm turn apt. 360 Dellwood According to an Air i Force Europe; Charleston AFB S. C., will be visiting the Naval Air employment office of Industrial
inquire at 359 Dellwood. newsletter to retired airmen,
2-Rm turn for Bermuda, Africa and South Station, June 14-20. Relations Department.More .
apt $35
mo. 2854 space available accommodationson
Corinthian Ave. EV 8-4235. MATS planes are "extremely America; Travis AFB Calif., for All hands are invited to attend information can be obtained -

Large furn hse share with i limited" and become available far eastern areas. this service., from NCPI 50. 7-1.

widow. $10 week. 349 Woodlawn about two hours prior to take-off 1

Ave. Easterling EV 7-4517. of flights. Retired personnel c;_ Burkhart Leeper

' 2-Bdrm turn. $65 mo. Log Cab- therefore, must be in the termi-
in Fish Camp Orange Park Fla. nal area ready to travel on short ,.i g b.g .
CO 4-9264. notice. M>; ? y Get AE HonorsHonors

1-Bdrm unfurn apt kit equip. Such overseas travelers are at Aviation Electri-

Garage water furn. $55 mo. 2902 I warned that air transportation: O A Y Y%" :C ti: aka cian's Mate School, Class A, go
Cherokee Ave (Ortega) EV- to and .from destination is not to Harold Burkhart AEMAN, of

9-5326 tington.Attractive'.or ext-327. S. A. Whit- guaranteed and they must be as< 9, x73 t: fix} 7 .2ts ii Yti Jones, Okla., and Gary Leeper,
prepared to pay any portions of AEIAN; of Pendleton, Ore.
bachelor apt ideally a trip on commercial facilities. Burkhart will be transferredto

located for Naval personnel. EV- THE AIR Force said retired Norfolk Va., while Leeperhas
7-7172 for vf 'flY
members also must be able to "t been assigned to VP-46, San
6-Rm, 2 story hse. 3 Bdrm 2 I .'a !. FsdE yg { s1Yt Diego, Calif.

screened porches washing mach- The commander had been lecturing ); *" Darrel Sullivan,AOAA, of Valparaiso -

ine, conv to bus, school, Edgewd the squad of new recruits ': ..f... Ind., took top honors: in

shopping ctr. 3538 Mayflower St. about the glories of being. a sold- s Z a a the graduating class at AViation

EV 9-4846 after 1700. ier.{ ,qt- Ordnanceman School, Class A,

MiscellaneousLost Having emphasized their du- J14y last week.

from NAS Jax: one boxer ties to King and country, the of- Sullivan has received orders

brown with white blaze on ficer called to one of the recruits to report to VA-125 at Moffet

face, escaped on Friday June 5, and said, Field Calif.Hobby .

about 1500 from Apt. 800 "P." 'Priv. McGinty, I want to

This dog needs inoculation; if know, whether you've been listen- Shop ClosedThe

ing. Tell me, why should a man salesroom is
seen, please notify police. Owner, Hobby Shop
lay down his life for his King _, ,,,,,,, closed for business.
Comdr. James Mullins, Apt. 800 "i'J."""'" =-- .... temporarily
and country? KNOCKOUT PUNCH Zooming faster than sound from It will reopen June 15.
"P. McGinty thought a moment, its launching position beneath a Navy carrier plane a "Bull-

Ride wanted from St. Augus- scratched his h e a d, then exclaimed pup" air-to-surface guided missile hurls through space towarda Daffynishuns: Hick Town-one
target ship. Powered by a solid propellant rocket motor, the
tine; or Orangedale to O&R, ext- "Faith, Captain, you're 450-pound "Bullpup" contains a navigational system commanded */ that's lighted by electricity only

211, H. M. Hess. right, why should he?" from the launching plane. during a thunderstorm.r .




9 11 June 1959 JAX AIR NEWS page 5


.,,:'. Boat Enthusiasts Should .

J) Know Trailer Capabilities

America's masses are having fun beating tracks to

1 << \ favorite water spots. Some 35 million of our citizens are

ltot.l-. making boating the top family sport. _
; There were 3,360,000 outboard
} mirror if the boat blocks visionon
\ ", boats in use in 1957 and 2,375,000
<< :} the inside mirror.
k (i 1 + :: :: '.,,. '. smaller boats which could be

'. .' ..'., I.-y.y ,'..'..:: '"t. ..l,.. .' .+. ,- ..' used with outboard power. When stopping, allow plenty. of i
: "t : boat too.
'm trailer and ,
.' .,i .'. : .\,< \ BIGGEST boon to the outboard space for
; fft' : : usual and
Travel slower than
J. ,' J ..,,, skipper who doesn't have a moor-
..'' :"'Y} '. ,...,.;,\;,. '" tcj ing spot for his craft is the boat practice braking at different

'. ';:{;:'Z::;' >'I. 'Ct't /k'V trailer.Certain safety rules should be speeds.To launch an, outboard, the

r ,, ":' .',' ,C": ..y\'....",..... ,.,..'," ..'". ,," ', 'f". ', followed, however. First of all, driver needs a keen sense of
: "l : I match the boat to the car. Check direction and, if possible, a guide

lY'Y t' your trailer with requirements of standing at rear of the trailer to

at : J t.f 1 .I applicable state motor vehicle call out instructions. '

): :'jK ;p ,, }" : : t ,( II laws. BAC,( SLOWLY into the

'.' .. ,,: :.. ; ., ..,L .. There should be one tail light site I at right angle.To .
..-___> ::_..Yt i+*..4k_da M.,._..:;,<>;:......W.no3Ab,3.w t _"_. sat3>':_" ___..aoSA,_"".... launching
lea NEW RED CROSS AIDES Six newly graduated Naval Hospital Staff Aides, one of two visible for at least 500 feet. Trailers make the rear of the trailergo

uniformed volunteer services aboard the Station, are shown with directors of the program. The weighing 3000 pounds grossor to the right, pick a sloping

of class, first of its kind here, graduated last week.Front row, left to right are Nona Storey, Emelia I less should also have two reflectors spot firm enough to give a lot of ,

Ie Ziomek, Maureen Robinson, Lenore Hamilton, Maude Cornelius and Verda Cummings. Rear, Kath. one on each side; if over tire traction.
- erine Taylor, chairman of Chapter Staff Aide Service Cap Alton C. Abernethy, Hospital com :
11e mending officer, Comdr. E. N. Doloff, Chief Nurse, and Mrs. Elmer McElvy, chairman of Chapter 3000 pounds, additional clearanceand Three steps should be takenon

e1e Volunteer Services Also graduated, but not in photo, was Mrs. Winifred Wooderson.BJL001 side marker lamps. getting the boat into the

TRAILERS over 3000 pounds water. First, remove the rear tie-

Iyf VolunteersEnd should be equipped with brakes down when a few feet from
- Red Cross
, DONOR which are adequate to control water's edge, then tilt the motorup

iir their movement and to be oper- and unlock the bow winch,

ire ated from the towing vehicle. but keep the boat snubbed tight.

Hospital TrainingAmid Brakes should work automatically -
)n Back up until trailer wheelsare
in event of accidental breakaway -
leis : inch or two from water, turnoff
solemness of a semi-dark, candle-lighted auditor '
the ignition, set hand brake,
\t ium, 33 uniformed volunteers of the Red Cross were cappedand For top safety, couple the boat in and give the
put car gear
presented with pins and certificates in ceremonies recently trailer to the car with a frame
boat a firm push down the
at the Naval Hospital chapel. hitch instead of bumper hitch.
The ladies were graduates of. This should definitely be done
r- Carter, Chairman, Chapter Grey
the Grey Lady and Staff Aides for trailers over 2000 .pounds er.Missile
1 Lady Service, while Staff Aides
training program, conducted To coast securely along waves'of
as were pinned by Mrs. S. E. Storey, Target
semi-annually at the Hospital
Chairman, WAS Staff Aide Serv- concrete and asphalt from
Eight Staff Aides and 25 Grey to water hitch safety
Vard use a
et The call for blood donors was ice. Contract OK'dBy
Ladies were presented certificate which most states
chain require
Idii. answered by 83 Station i em- Although there have been some I
PRESIDING was Mildred Erd- 32 classes conducted by law. Get out and check the I
ployees last week, headed by 61 Grey AF
from Overhaul and Repair Dept. man, Red Cross Field Didector. before, this was the first class of hitch and bolt tie-downs when Navy,

After the invocation was said by Staff Aides to complete trainingat ever stops are made. Loosen the
Of the number volunteering, 63 Chaplain Walter Davis, Capt. Al- the Station activity.INSTRUCTORS tie-downs to reduce strain on the WASHINGTON (AFPS) A
were found acceptable. 0 & R for development contract'for the first
ton C. Abernethy, Hospital com- boat if stopover is a long
for the Grey
.. .' headed the list of donors with 48 manding officer, welcomed guests convened period: low cost, high speed missile ,tar-
Lady course,
while seven from Public of matching that of
came TO NAVIGATE the' highway get capable
rs and presented the awards.
, Works, five from Supply and three hours daily for five days, without scuttling the rig make enemy threat aircraft is expectedsoon.
flY three from Miscellaneous Mrs. Elmer McElvy, Chairman, was Mrs. Erdman, Mrs. W. E. ,
depart- .
when passing that there are
ments. Chapter Volunteer Services, pre- Fleshman, chairman of Grey Lady sure
old- sented certificates, and Comdr. E. Service, Capt. Abernethy, Mrs. no oncoming cars, then swing The Navy and Air Force recently -
FROM 0 & R were: A. L. wide. Use outside rear view
an announced that Beech Air-
N. Doloff, Chief Nurse, cappedthe Ruth Hutton, Recreation Super-
Beatty, J. D. Wilsher, R. K Rein- graduates. Pinning for Grey intendent, Miss Patricia, Royer, craft Corp., Wichita, Kans., won

ve hart, W. D. Weeks, J. Urban, M. Ladies was done by Mrs. M. C. Social Worker, Lcdr. Mary Wolf- MDBS Payment Due joint service competition for pro-
lee S. Poole, H. J. Taylor, C. R. Carver drone.
Benefit duction of the new
gang, Acting Chief Nurse, and i Mutual Death Society
J. L. Harvey, R. W. Smythe
Lcdr. Walter Davis, Hospital Pro- members are reminded that assessment Capable of level flight at any
e- L. T. Johnson, M. L. Anderson
No. 117 is be-
testant Chaplain. predetermined altitude from 5,000to
"n H. W. Adkins and A. Jones.
Grey Lady graduates, who tween now and June 16. 70,000 feet, the new target

Also, L. H. Miller, H. A. Ches- ti Y Jr re .J; commenced their training April Positively no assessment can' drone can fly at Mach 2 for five

Ito brough, B. R. Leese, H. W. Moore, 6, and successfully completed 10 be accepted after the closing date. I minutes or eight minutes at

he th M. J. Ricko, J. J. Wensten, B'. L. 3. hours practice before qualifyingfor Mach 1.5 speed.To .

Friday, E. D. Morris, E. W. Bauer, the certificates, will actually
lal] be designated the KD2B-1,
T. P. Meixell, F. Hoover, G. Ellison work with patients at the Hospital MY JOB SHEETIt's
the missile has a self-contained
b- J. A. Beck, J. E. Cassidy, A. or dispensary. There are not my place to run the guidance system which allows it
G. Martin, J. W. Seegars, W. H. 8 4 some 75 active Grey Ladies I train and
to seek correct,{' altitudes
Hutchings, J. B. Badger, R. L. aboard the Station at this time.
-J The whistle I can't blow. speeds for fighter pilot training
Kronholm, C. L. Taylor, D. F. k, ( w < GREY LADIES who have com
It's not place to know problems.
Batts .and L. Longorica. .,. pleted a minimum of 100 service my
y' I how far Expected to be operational by

AND, R. A. SUMPTER, W. E. flours in the current calendar The train's allowed to go.It's 1962, the target will have a simple

Bynum, J. A. Smith, J. G. Chaney, year were presented service bars to shoot hit or miss scoring system, a'
not place
D. R. Riles, A. C. DeWitt, M. A. by Capt. Abernethy. Threeyearbars my self-destruct device and is designed
Plunk A. M. Diehl J. F. went to Mrs. Fleshman and off steam
rigo for all climates.
M. C. Wright, A. Breda and G. E. Mrs. J. Zo VI ark a, while Mrs. Nor even clang the bell .

of Twiss. Charles Gerhan and Mrs. G. L. But let the damn train jump The Navy plans additional use

er, Miller were awarded twoyearbars. track of the missile in connection with
the ,
From Public Works L. Gove
: ,
1fr air defense mis-
Mrs. H. P. Maver receiveda ship-launched
eel C. R. Sager, C. W. Bishop, R. A. four-year chevron.Six Then see who catches helllll!!! siles.

Pons, L. E. Cheatham, J. Phillipsand t
>er ladies were awarded one-
F. E. Selby.Answering ,
an year bars, including Mesdames
the call from Sup- ;p1Pf ::{.f,: Thomas Bennett, Newton Foss,
ply were: A. R. Dowling, W. J. ''{ $'<
iJ.fiM oj
11- w' Charles Hollinshead, W. S. Mil-
Hines R. V. Hartley A. J.
in ler, E. E. Mann and Albert Rose. I' :914t
and M. E. Hughes.Miscellaneous 1 4
on ,; Grey Lady graduates in the

A, Departments were current class were: Mesdames
represented by M. E. Gardner of L" << ':;{ Herman Babbel, Robert Brown

:rs' Security, Ruth Brooks of' IRD, ..; r James Carey, R. H. Clemmons,

ret and Donald Pistulka of Opera- '.;;Vi:1.l Stanley Cottrill, Thomas Cunniff,

tions. S J <', John Davison, R. J. DePrez, S. A. bl aG4

.1 "rlr'f( Foyda, H. T. Hartley, Jr., A, S. ,

The editor caught a typographical '; ,7.,.,". .?'.' ,;, Hinton, Leo Hyatt, R. G. James a4'te
>.; r.. < *''' (' Y
error that could have led him dfl.'i<>'';:ji'Yh .'. and Harry Jenner.

is into Dante's Inferno. '4P"'.,, t 'ut,,<" {'i{} Also, Mesdames Jeff King, H.

ss. \ y' 1.1f:f4' .;"" McCuddin F, D.
L. Leo ,
The read that the board ,.. \' .. --
o] trustees story of the town had resigned __....__.;n'<)_." .t\_no',. -,,"..,-.-,. .". .," "-."",'ji I\f"O-I4': ASW airplane, the Grumman S2F3. Equipped with the
SUN FAN It's the right Frederick Spalding, John new
in body "because their In electronics and
me a latest developments armament the S2F-3 fea-
I ,time of year for Florida sunning Sullivan, S. H. Tolins, II J..Zen-
\ly cubes had been taken over by and curvaceous Roberta tures a longer fuselage than the S2F-1 to provide additional

the County School Board." Booth proves. it. ner, and Miss Emily McGriffin. space for four crew members.




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6 JAX AIR NEWS 11 June 1959

I I Foreign Officer Group Slated For Visit r Of StationEighteen I I T ScoutingVW4 I

foreign officers tions as well as a tour of other visitors travel to N A S Cecil June 21.

from Viet Nam, West Germany facilities. Field. On Friday's itinerary is a INCLUDED in the visiting Open House was held this

Korea, Spain, Greece, A well arranged program of television appearance in the group are Lt (jg) Phuoc DuTran, morning for families and friendsof
and Thailand are scheduledto entertainment and recreation is morning; a luncheon sponsoredby Lt (jg) Tieu Kim Quan, and Lt VW-4 following the monthly

arrive aboard the Station also on the agenda.ON the Chamber of Commerce, (jg) Van U. Due, of Viet Nam; personnel Inspection. Comdr.

next Wednesday for a four- WEDNESDAY the group and a tour of the city Lcdr. Gustav Berger, Lcdr. Erich Drexel E. Poynter, commandingofficer

day visit. will be welcomed aboard by Capt. Saturday the officers will visit Liebe, and Lt. Erich Wegener, of led the inspection p tty.

HERE ON leave, from the For- Wheeler, Supply Officer; will tour the Green Cove Springs Naval West Germany; Lt.Un Chon Cha, Following inspection the squadron -,

eign Officers Supply Course at Supply facilities; and be guestsat Station and then head for an Yong Mule Chon, and Rak Chon passed in review to the musicof

Naval Supply Corps School 'at a reception at the Officers afternoon trip to Marineland and Song, of Korea; Lt. I. Simantonisand the Jax Navy Band.

Athens, Ga., the foreign Naval Club. St. Augustine, sponsored by the, A. Sotiriou, of, Greece; Lt. The "Super Connies" were open
Officers will get a first hand viewof Thursday, June 18 after a tour USO. The group is expected to Jose de Lara, of Spain; and Lt. for inspection and the squadron's

the Station's Supply opera- of the NAS Operations area. the depart the afternoon of Sunday I Sanit Karoonjavanij, of Thailand. photographs, scrapbooks and dis-

---- plays were shown on the hangar

Carrier Leyte t Dutch Naval deck. Refreshments were served
and the! Navy Relief Raffle was

Is Mothballed Chief Thanks held.Lt (jg) and Mrs. Alden C.

Markey became parents of a baby

At BrooklynThe Local UnitsA daughter on May 2. Ensign and
Mrs. Robert Baietto were bless-
letter to Admiral Arleigh A.
( ed with twin girls, Rhonda Jean
aircraft carrier Leyte, a
Burke, Chief of Naval Opera- .
and Robin Elizabeth, on May 17.
lady of the
hard-working seas tions, from Vice Adm. Henri H
On Monday, June 8, the VW-4
for the last 14 years, was putto L. Propper, Commander-in-Chief,
pasture earlier this month at : Royal Netherlands Navy, con- intramural basketball champs and
;tQ I the Inter-Division: All-Star Team
Naval Shipyard. I
Brooklyn tains words of praise for Navy
played a friendly grudge gameat
Named for the largest of all units in Jacksonville area for
the Mainside Gym. The intra-
Naval battles, the Leyte has 'iis'ifr their assistance and support dur-
I II mural squad champs won the
steamed a half-million miles and ing the carrier Karel Doorman's
launched and recovered some < ; 11a.4 4if:4'J'riCi.: l visit to Jax in February.The game, 44-23.
Jessie Maize was outstanding
70,000 planes in her stormy ca- .
letter, 'in part, reads: player for the winners, and Tom

reer. "During its stay in Florida Bostwick, for the losers.
The Leyte made her maiden
waters the squadrons (Nether- Two crews will deploy next
in 1946 and joined the
voyage lands) owed a lot to the Com- week to Roosevelt Roads where
Seventh Fleet in the Pacific for
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville, they will remain for about three
Korean, hostilities in 1950.
appointed to coordinate our weeks. While in Roosevelt Roads,
In fact, the now-retired lady ... squadron's requirements in that they will fly hurricane reconnais- *
stayed at sea 52 straight days, area. His staff did -everything sance flights east of Puerto Rico.

setting a record for carriers in possible to meet our operational I Lcdr. Demarest, Crew Three,
?:: :::
that conflict. I ...NN..' v M ; lruliti: :; ii )iJ t't.MMh"t; ; : j 'ii4 UriB: requirements. and Lcdr. Bruce Smithee, Crew

After suffering an explosion LEADING CHIEF GOES OUT Albert Rose AOC leading "During the upkeep period, Five, pre the Patrol'Plane Com-
following an overhaul in 1953, chief of Naval Air weapons System School at NATTCenter which NAAS manders.A .
was spent May-
the Leyte, a support carrier at finished 20 years service wIth retirement ceremonies last week.
port, the surface ships of the hearty welcome is extendedto
the time, was turned into an He plans to live In South Dakota and prepare as an elementary
school teacher to make use of his Navy teaching experience. squadron met with a very cooperative Ensign Roger Ferguson, his
antisubmarine carrier. His students w stay alert and keep their chairs flat on the deckor attitude of the com- wife Gloria, and his two daughters -

they'll stand facing the bulkhead after school. manding officer of. Mayport and Marie and Teresa. Ensign

E.T. 'Tom' Forrest his staff. 0 u r TBM squadron Ferguson comes to VW-4 from
Pulse Of Air Traffic Is1' during that period disembarked II NAO (C) School, Ga."' and 'will
their aircraft at NAAS Mayport be an assistant Radar Control

Gets Supply E.O.M. Taken Aviation whilst the jet squadron with its I Officer aboard the "Connies.

By AgencyDoes flyers and some ground person- Comdr. Herbert Townes Jr.,

Award For June I nel Operated from NAS Jackson Air Operations Officer has been
it seem possible to
Electronic equipment be vil e. transferred to the staff of COM-
Congratulations go to E. T. tell exactly what the air traffic can NAVAIRLANT. Replacing Comdr.
built where it'll do the most "Both air
stations offered
Forrest, Supervisory Property will be for any air stationin
Townes is Comdr. Thomas Ab-
good, likewise with building fa-
great deal of useful assist-
Disposal Officer, who has been the world at any given bott.
chosen "Supply Personality Of hour of any proximate year? cilities. ance "' *

The Month" for outstanding per- According to Federal Aviation THE QUESTIONNAIRE hand- VAP62Congratulations

formance as supervisor of the Agency officials, a global glanceat ed each pilot determines purpose Reading Class Slated go to A. B.

Disposal Division. world air traffic will be pos- and nature of flight, where orig- For School ChildrenA Murphy, AEM3, who reenlistedfor -
inated its
altitude of
Forrest was promoted to his sible following a summer surveyof six years. This is Murphy'sfirst
aircraft, type of plane, air base remedial class in reading and reenlistment.
present position in May 1957, military and general aviationair
used, speed of plane, fllight time arithmetic for
grades through
one VAP-62 has witnessed
shortly after the a great
Disposal unit traffic to be conducted from..
.. -all this in about 30 questions.' four will be held at the Navy
number of shifts
was formed as a major component July 9 to August 2. ; personnel dur-
of Supply.At Another major j part of the Wives Nursery beginning June ing the past two weeks. Two officers *
During i this span, FAA, by will 15. 'Lt. Dufort and WO Wood-
the outset, he was faced survey consist of taking the ,
combining two will col-
with many varied problems in surveys, pulse of the country's "economicand Classes will meet on Monday, house, and J. R. Branard, ADC;
staffing the expanded organization nearly 200,000 landing data I aeronautical" situation as it I Wednesday and Thursday from A. R. Nichols, AN; H. E. Phil-

training new employees, ob-- pilots.questionnaires from some 100,000 exists today and how it might be : 0900 to 1130. lips, PHC; and C. M. Wood HM1,

taining office space to relieve THE SUMMER survey will be in the next 20 years. For registration or additional departed for new duty stations.A .

crowded conditions in Building combined with one taken the past "With the proper mathematical information phone Mrs. W. H. hearty welcome aboard is

110, and speeding up the disposal winter, FAA spokesmen say. techniques," one FAA official Bedard Jr. at Ev 7-5793. extended to CWO-3 E. H. Car-
program to keep abreast of an in- said, "we will be able to plan for penter and J. B. Simmions, AE1;
creasing flow of surplus ma- With the results, future air tomorrow rather than. being sur- Sgt.: "I'll never forget the night I. D. Belden, AMS3; G. G. Gan-
terials. traffic can be planned for by im- prised by it." I met my wife at a dance." ote, PHA3; G. C. Shirley, AA;

The excellent manner in which proved traffic plans of assignedair Corp.: "Was it romantic?" J. P. Kendrick, AA; R. P. Nelson,

he resolved these problems was lanes, for both military and New Workshoe Sgt.: "No, embarrassing.I AA; P. H. Griffith, AA; A. A.

recently recognized by the Hon. civilian aviation. thought she was home takingcare Tompkins, AA; C. L Tanner, AA;
Cecil P. of the kids." and D. E. Bailey, AA.SURE .
Assistant Secret- Adopted By ,Navy

ary of the Navy (Material), Ankle-high tIc h u k k a" style l

Rear Adm. R. L. Swart, Vice shoes that are water, oil and i
Chief of Navy Material, and Rear wear resistant have been adoptedfor Yb r \ ...aYa

Adm. J. W. Boundy, Chief of the fleet-wide use by Navy per-
Bureau of Supplies and Accounts. sonnel.

Under Forrest's guidance, the The Navy said the new shoe

disposal program has developed takes a brilliant shine, has non-
into a major business enterprise. marking heels and soles made of j
By employing 'good mechandising specially compounded synthetic S .p s"}nv kC y.p f v{:. vfF S q( 1

techniques he increased total rubber.

proceeds ,from sales to $1,250,000in The new footwear will become

fiscal 1958. .. .'.' ...."lJ. : available in some sizes "within a .>', I
Based on results to date, sales : < i year" as old stocks are depleted, :

for fiscal 1959 will also exceedone t the Navy said.Exhaustive .

million dollars. ;; :
tests of the shoe L'D a
Native of Tifton, Ga., Forrest ."> '::.r4:; t ashore were conducted by the
','., '
came to Jacksonville in 1940 and : ::..:.:. Navy at Bainbridge: Md., Great SHOT The Navy's new Sparrov III guided mi -
began .his civil service career in ++/AVAy xa "'=-'+ w a..Yrvrcw:4 : Lakes, Ill., and, by the SeaBeesat .U.'. flight 'path is shown from the time it leaves the launching
November of 1941 as an under SUPPLY Employeeofthemonth 'I Davisville, R.I. Similar tests plane until' it hits and dump the target. The missile clings to
is E. T. Forrest of
the target despite the evasive
storekeeper. enemy s tactics: and can be fired
were made in the fleet.
Disposal Division.
any approach angle by the launching plane.





Ill June 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Paoo7 I

Special Services

[Jumps Back Info

AL Iegling LeadS Ma1L

p e i a I Services again ?

jumped into the lead in the

American League last week as
VP-18 "A" faltered and fell Threatening Skies Mar

into second place in Mainside

bowling activity last week
FAETU "A"remained out frontin Mainside Softball PlayWet
the National League, with the

number two team, Lucky Strikes,
needing some lucky strikes to fields held back most 11-0. '

catch up.AMERICAN. Mainside Intramural softball Earl Bishop handled mound ,

League honors for abd ''AY a action last week, as only three chores ,for the Medics and had a
the week were fairly well scattered games managed to get played perfect game going when Chuck
with John hail of Com- under the thrlat of d ark, Simmons i got a clean single

Fair Jax "A" pacing the loop water-laden clouds.Of through a hole at short.

with a 184 high average. ... the three tilts played, all Bishop came back to fan the
Bob Crabb of VA-44 "A"rolleda were important to standings as remaining batters to end the
fair game in any bowler's bookas .2, .e.e t. VW-4 slapped the Marine Bar- game after only five innings.

he snared high individualgame e4 racks with an 8-3 setback, and NARTU, with a 6-4 record,
laurels with 246: Team- Ordnance and Gunnery slashed dropped from the league. The

mate Bill Sandburg copped high last year's champion, VP-18, 8-4. Medics moved into the numbertwo

individual set with 582. THE MEDICS and Hospital slot after VAP-62 forfeitedone

Special Services walked off ,_ __ ,,,,,,,,,,,,_ .__ squared off with all the rivalry of its wins to break the tie
--"""" '-" '''''' with high team game with an 896 "LET'S WORK present when these two clubs between the two teams for third
ON CHANGE UP" Are the words Jessie
and high team set with 2622, one Riddle, (left) has for Judy Bozman'ace pitcher for the Jax Navy clash, but the highpoweredMedic place.
. of the highest score's recordedthis Crackcrjax softball team. Bozman, who has her slants caughtby nine rolled over Hospital, Ordnance and Gunnery movedup
year. Riddle, has pitched seven victories this season,three of which to an undisbuted fifth posi-
VW.4.'C" have been superlative no-hitters. In their most recent outing the
in sixth.
monopolized the National tion with VW-4
i Crackerjax blanked Eglin AFB Wafs, 80.CRACKERJAX. Take
I Sparkles
League as all the laurels OTHER teams affected by the

fell to them except the high individual NARTU drop was Supply who

game, captured by Paul COP NATTCenterTank dropped to 5-5, ''MARTD gained
Vinson of X-3 Division with a 5-4 slate, and Marine Barracks

220.Ralph] Tice remained the pacer WIN OVER EGLINThe TourneyTankmen i went FAETU up to and 5-5.Public Works gain-

for the high individual averageset of Aviation Elec] ed by the NARTU move, while
with a 188. Tice also captured Jax Navy Crackerjax rolled over their first military trician's Mate School emerged Administration lost one of two

high individual set with a 568. competition last weekend as the Eglin AFB Wafs fell to the victorious in the NATTCenter ;wins.TEAM.

The team frames fell to VW-4 I tough Wave play, 8-0. 1 were the battery for the Wafs intramural swim meet held Mon- W ',| L Pet.Horneti .

"C" when they recorded an 882 This was the seventh straight and Wood managed to whiff three I day at the Indoor Pool. Medici .9 10 2 1 .909.818
high team and 2487 win for the Crackerjax but the - '-. -.-
game a high Crackerjax clubbers.] AE school led the attack with hiron Silt 13 3 .813
team set.Valenzuela. first over a military team. V AP-62 8 2 .800
THE SECOND game in the 66 points, Marine Aviation De-
Judy Bozman, ace twirler for the Ordnance 6 Gunnery 7 2 .778
series was rained out. The tachment was second with VW.4 7 3 .700
Mound Waves, came close to getting her will journey to Eglin AFB this and Ordnancemen of AO 18'1 VP48 6 3 .667
fourth no-hitter as she kept the weekend to do battle with the ed with six. \MARtD 5 4 .556
Wafs under control allowing only 5 5 ..500Marine
Job Talk Of Loop"Ace" Wafs on their home ground. The Sparkies got things off B.rech 5 5 .500
] safe hit.
one Second half of the Womens
Valenzuela's no-hitter right in the 150-meter medley 679th -4 6 .400
highlighted action in last week'sactivity JESSIE RIDDLE on the receiv- City League was due to start this relay, turning in a time of 1:57: FAETU 3 5 .375
ing end of the Bozman throws, week but no results were avail- W. D. Moore, K. W.'Lightner andC. on 3 9 .250
in the NATTCenter intramural was big gun for the Crackerjax, able at press time.AllNavy. L. Arnold comprised the win- Hospital 3 10 .231
softball) league, as the collecting three hits. Filion 109 3 10 .231
Ordnancemen of AO School moved ning team. Public Woks 2 7 .222
Bozman fanned seven enemy In the 50-meter breaststroke, Administration I 8 .111
out of a tie with AE School, Sports Communications 0 9 0000T
and now lead with a 8-1 mark. batters. W. N. Williams of AO won hon-
The Support Splinters'garnertd Pat Wood and Joyce Parker Dates For 1960Dates ors, with a time of 44.5 .seconds. ,

a trio of wins, downing the -- for All-Navy sports The Sparkies got back on top Earvin Scott
Marine Aviation Pendergras Paces to stay as J. F. Graham won the
Detachment, 10- competition in 1960 have been
8, the Ensigns of AGO, 17-10, and announced by B>Pers. 50-meter freestyle in 27.5 sec- Links TitlistEarvin
the Jax Skeet ShootA onds, and W. O. Moore also an
Missilemen' of NAWS, 17-7. They are as follows]] : Scott, the "old pro" of
Loren Venable of the of 148x150 capturedfirst Feb. 23-26 AE, taking the 50-meter back-
Splinters score Basketball]]
*" the NAS Jax golf course, cap
stroke in 35
received all three wins.In place for Ken Pendergras, Boxing 1st wk. in Mar. tured the Station championshipby
In the 200-meter relay free-
other action, the Ordnancemen Jax Navy shooter, in last weekend's Bowling (Telegraph) April style, the AE team of J. E. Graham turning back John Kerr, 5 and
got the nod over NAWS, 14- skeet shoot at the Jackson- Tennis Last wk. in July] D. G. Edwards, P. E. Lit- 4, in the finals last week.
6, and then with the no-hit effort ville Gun Club. I Softball 1st wk. in Sept. chauer and O. R. Graham turned Scott won the same event backin
by Valenzuela] the Marine Avia- Pendergras took high honors in Golf Last wk. in Sept. the trick in 2:10. 1952 when he tripped Ken
division then finished -
tion Detachment succumbed, 10- the 12-guage Sutton, 5 and 3.
0. third with 44x50 in 410-guage In first flight play, Dick Floyd

The Sparkies played one game, competition.Other squeaked past "Casey" Zane for
this being a 9-6 win at the exPense Jax Navy shooters also the title, 1-up. Joe Williams took
of MAD. fared well, with Bill Arthur trail- second flight honors by defeating
ing Pendergras in 12-guage fir- Dill Hogden, 2-up.
ing with 99x100 and was fifth in The third flight was taken by

e I 410-competition with a 40x50 tal]- .> ., 4. rSFyy! .. ., Charles Busby, who nosed out
]ly. Pete DellaPenna]] in 19 holes.

Jess Batson cracked 94x100 to
1. How many bowl games have take third place in the 12-guag Sea Shells Collector
Navy football teams participatedin
bracket as Jax Navy gunners
during the past 10 years? finished 1-2-3. Seeks Jax ContactsSea
2. What professional boxer wasknown p-
as the "Man of Steel?" rip, shell collectors can come

3. In baseball is the batter allowed I r BREEZES f; ; p to the aid of a Navyman sta-
to change his way of bat- tioned in ,the Canal Zone.
ting from left-handed to right or Daf f yniTuns: Covernmenta The Panama sea shell hobbyist,
from right to left after he is machinery marvelous, labor- I. D. Tyndall, YN2, wishes to
charged with two strikes? saving device which enables ten !% trade shells which were found

Answers to Quiz men to do the. work* of one. live area.with hobbyists from the Jax

stqi ultv IOU
The',men were griping about He asks persons wishing to
saop penV) na q euq sa' il* OMJ
the food as they moped down the trade with him to contact him by
PqJ lvJ eqs 'q"cf OJ lPV81 uot|
chow line with their trays.At air mail'or send samples to him
-OUZ JdaXI :)
VI II .I8tp"cf 8qJ eJ1t.M. .L
.I81Jouv oj' xoq IJaneq 8UOmcuJ last the mess sergeant could nnnn- -._____.______.__.__..."'_,__ .., n.....+er w a. for shells in return.
stand it no longer: His address is: I. D. Tyndall,
Bu8tp dour .zauvq eqj 'C COMPLETE SEASON The Officer's Wives Bowling I
--uotduiBtp iq69M. "What's going on with you League completed: another season with a banquet at the 'O' YN2, Box 202, Fort t Amador,
Buoy 'ZOt guys? Monday you like beans. Club. Trophies were presented to first and second place teams Canal Zone.
.I8W.lOJ Tuesday you like beans. Wednes- and to high game, series and average owners. Front row, (left
('- "!U) to right) are, Mrs. Gert Thompson-and Mrs. Jan Baird high
day you like beans. Now, all ofa Daffynishuns: Golf a long
LSSI "l.M.og uojjoo *qi po ((0.1Z( ; average and high series winners, respectively Winning team
_cfdllSJll1W) 1S61 1.M.og wsnsseams sudden, on Thursday you don'tlike was made up of (rear) Mesdames Sophia Grace, Betty Bruffey. walk punctuated with disappoint
tnoq; no* ,elegy 'ory '1 beans. Donna McDaniel: Bobbie Holmes and Pat Lee ments.


Page 8 JAX AIR NEWS 11 June 1959

Winning Anglers Announced Be Wary Of

In NATTC Fishing Rodeo I FU dwtF InformationMilitary Queries On

I Four men from NATTCenter -
brought Sgt. R. B. Camper;? of
will be telling fish stories personnel on active
for the next year, but they'llbe MAD, a bar-b-que grill. duty have been warned by the
Capt. J. H. McDaniels of MAD
true. The men are winnersof Sixth Naval District IntelligenceOffice
Coleman Lantern for the
won a
the 1959 Fish Rodeo, which through Capt. Grayston H.
12-lb. bass he' hooked.
ended Wednesday, June 3, at Weber, NAS Jax executive of-
1200. ficer, of unsolicited question-
Final I
CWO G. W. Stutheit of AE Report naires seeking personal informa-
School landed a 10% oz. Bream (Continued from Page 1)) tion for dubious purposes.

and won a Columbia Cooler. Office, from 44.6% to 65.9%. I Such letters and questionnaires,
Another cooler went to G. J. Only military unit to attain the' sent by certain civilian research

Denyko, AEC, of AE School for desired goal was ComNabSix, k's companies or bureaus, can be a
his 57-lb. Drum. A 40-lb. Drum which more than doubled its "potential threat to security,"and

participation from 33.3% to should immediately be turned into
66.7%. i the Military Personnel Officer.
; Wavy lite LARGEST NUMBER of new : Claiming to be an attempt to
civilian employee participantswas compile a true statistical picturefor
signed up by NAS 'Jax which s us one purpose or another, the

,Corner posted 356 new Payroll Savings ...__ ___..m_ n __________ questionnaire inquires into per-
-4 > > Plan enrollees. NATTCenter en- SHIPMATE CRUISE NAS Jax played host to 30 high sonal habits as' well as into various .
Navy Wives Club No. 86 met rolled the largest number of new school youths from the Orlando area in a three-day Navy "Ship- aspects of military life.
June 3 at Clubhouse in Dew- military participants, a total of mate Cruise" this week. Here two of the students, along with A complete, though innocent
123. their sponsors, enjoy a meal at the Mainside Galley. Left to in
answer to questions reality
ey Park. Welcomed as a new right are C. G. Wilkerson and W. L. Kiser, members of the
member was Mrs. William Lenz. Following are the percentages, Central Florida Navy League, sponsor of the Cruise, and Rex provides definite clues as to the
Capt. and Mrs. Elliott W. Par- beginning and final, among civil- Young and Craig Distelhorst. The "Shipmate" is a voluntary individual's susceptibility to for-
ish Jr. ian and military units. program designed to interest high'caliber, well-motivated high eign inspired influences, and pos-
voted in honor-
were as
Civilian: NAS Jax, from 54.7% school students in a Navy career.A sible areas vulnerability to
ary members of the club. Capt.
Parish is commanding officer of to 62.7%; NAS Cecil Field, from little girl wds heard talkingto subversion.In .
NAS Jax. 40% to 44.1%; NS Green Cove a neighbor child with whom FLEET RESERVE the broad sense, such a

The monthly ward party was Springs, 49.7% to 51.3%; Naval she was playing cowboys. survey would provide a pentrat-
held at the Naval Hospital last Hospital, 39% to 39.5%; NAAS "You be Wild Bill Hickup and HOLDS SERVICESBranch ing insight into morale of a
37.9% to 75.9% NATT- section of the armed
Mayport, ; cross forces.
Tuesday. Mrs. Robert Miller was I'll be Wyatt Burp. 126 of Fleet Reserve
Center, 38.9% to 39.9%; Navy Any unsolicited questionnaires
aided by members of her com- Association held its annual
mittee.It Audit Office, 25% to 47%; Fuel 27% to 33.4%; NATTCenter, Memorial Day services last received by Navy or Marine
Depot, 47.9% to 47.9%; AWCO, 22.8% to 27.3%; Navy Audit Office Sunday at sea, aboard the USS Corps personnel and turned in to
was announced that the next 18.2% to 81.8%; ComNabSix, 50% I 0% to 0%; 'NMRTC, 25%, to Bronson. the Military Personnel. Officer
meeting of the Club is to be a to 83:8%; Resident Industrial 33%; Navy Recruiting, 25% to Top Navy officials and mem- will be forwarded to the District
vice-president.meeting to elect' a new Manager, 44.6% to 65.9%; and 25%; NARTU 16% to 17.1%;' bers of the American War Intelligence Officer, Sixth Naval
NARTU, 0% to 0%. Florida Group Atlantic Reserve Mothers also participated in District, U.S Naval Base, Charles
Farewells were said to the fof- Military: NAS Jax, from 25% Fleet, 25% to 33.3%; and no per- the ceremony, which took ton, S.C.
lowing: Mesdames Albert Rose, to 28.1% NS Green Cove Springs, centage reports from Fleet Air place beyond the outer buoyof
William Joyner, William Kitchel 23.6% to 28.2%; Naval Hospital, Wing Eleven and NAS Cecil NAAS Mayport. The boss isn't always right-
and Reubin Lottinger. 34.8% to 36.8%; NAAS Mayport,I Field. but he's always t the boss.

I t Schedule of Special Services Activities and Facilities, June 1117 I 1

MOVIESNAS. Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday

Bldg. 612NATTC.nt.r 1800-2000 1900 Only 14-18-2000 14182000The 1900 only 1800-2000 1900 Only
Speed Crazy Fire Down Fighting Trap Operation Don't Knock Stake Out On
Below Kcntuckian Mad-ball The Rock Dope Street
Bldg. 563 1900 Only 1900 Only 1400-1900 1400-1900 1900 Only 1900 OnlyMadball 1900 Only
I Bury Living Speed Crazy Fire Down Below Fight. Kentuck. The Trap Knock Rock

Hospital 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only
Spy in, the Sky I Bury Living Speed Crazy Fire Down Below Fight. Kentuck. The Trap Madball

Bldg. 3NATTCenter 0815-2100 0815-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 ,0815-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100

Bldg. 563 0930-2100 0930-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0930-2l6o" 0930-2100 0930-2100

Hospital 0800-1600 0800-1600 closed 1300-1700. 0800-1600 0800-1600 0800-1600

Bldg. 955NATTCenIer 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100 1400-2100 Closed 1000-2100 1000-2100

1 t
Bldg. 593
1600-2200 1600-2200 1300-2300 1300-2300 1600-2200 16CO-2200 1600-2200

Blue Jackets Inn 1630.2400 2000-2400 20002400Red 2000-2400 1630-2400 1630-2400 2000 .
Jimmv ,Geiger Coats Red Coats Bingo

CM, NATTCenter 1630-2300 1630-2300 1630-2300
1630-2300 1400-2330 1400-2330 1400-2330

EM, NARTU 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 Closed Closed 1130-1300
1630-2230 1630-2230 1630-2330 ,1630-2330 1630-2230


Open *
0900-2100 0000-2100 1300.2100 1300.2100 0900-2100 0900-2100 0900-2100

NATTCenter Gym Open
1300-2100 1300-2100 1000-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100

NAS Bowling 1100-2100 OB I 1100-2100 OB 1300-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB

.NATTCenter Bowling... 1130-1300 1130-1300 1300-2200 OB 1300-2200 OB0600.Dark 1130-1300 1130-1300 .1130-1300
1630-1830 OB 1630-1830 OB 1630-1830 OB 1630-1830 OB 1630-1830 OB
Tennis Courts (Navy Ex.) 0600Dark0830Dark 0600Dark0830Dark 0600Dark0730Dark 0600Dark0830Dark 0600Dark0830Dark 0600.Dark0830Dark

Golf Course 0800-1800
Fish Camp 0800hr., 0800-'h hr. 0800-Vi hr. 0800hr.' 0800hr..
Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Closed Closed

Hobby Shop Bldg. 896 1400-2100 1400-2100 0900-2100 1300-2100 Closed Closed 1400-2100

Indoor Swimming Bldg.614 1600-2000 1130-2000 1300-2000 1200-2000 1130-2000 1130-2000 1130-2000




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