Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 2, 1959
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VoL 17 No. 17 U.S.N.A.S. Jacksonville, Florida 2 July 1959

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Three-Da] Y \\\1':: Yyitk :i Capt. Parish; :


Holiday Retires After

For StationNAS "" 30 YearsIn

Jax goes on holiday impressive ceremonies at
ine at close of business to the Bandshell Tuesday after
(Thursday) 'as employees a k noon, Capt. Elliott W. ParishJr.
military personnel take ,time ., commanding officer of I
for a three-day Fourth of :: .$: i ii NAS Jax for the past 21 "'', ,x I
holiday.An months bade farewell to the
; It.t.
executive order signed i : Navy which he served for the e
President Eisenhowel gives II past 30 years. } : }
eral employees an extra day Following retirement ceremonies ; :
morrow for the annual : Capt. Parish turned over his .
ence Day "oasis." I command 'to Capt. Grayston II. '
ALL MILITARY personnel, Weber, executive officer, who will ...
cept those in duty status also I serve until arrival of Capt. Par- CAPT. E. W. PARISH JR .
the day off, thanks to a I ish' successor Capt. James Reedy. Station's commanding officer II
retires after 30 years' service.
decree. Captain Reedy presently is skip .
All employees not needed ::: per of the USS Lexington and is 'r
maintenance security or expected to arrive in midJuly.ON .
P HAND for the ceremonies J
essential duties and whose 1Md '}
al workweek is from j held before a formation of men. +Y
through Friday will not be : .. ana officers unaercommand L Capt. Rarish:
ed for the day off. ADI, (left) were many civilian
Excluded from this though / ) guests Navy and military guests
civilians who will get for Attack and friend's.'
premium pay for working quarters Immediately following the ceremonies t;k. .
'or whose basic workweek the squad. Capt. and Mrs. Parish
Saturdays and who are : were honored at a reception at
as an A4D 4
from duty without loss of pay the Officers Club with civilian J. \
that day. and senior.military guests in at-
ANY EMPLOYEES tendance. Y4 .
from working Friday due to i Here Capt. Parish' and his'family,
ministrative closing may be who will make Jacksonville their i
cused without charge to home plan to leave later this
loss of pay.Station t summer for a tour of Europe.
personnel were THE 14th commanding officerof

of having cash available for the Station since its establish- ..._,m"" ..."....................,.....---.......,.
day pleasures with civilians midshipmen ment in Oct. 1940, Capt. Parish CAPT. G. H. WEBER Assumes -
ing payday today. Military 5)t arrival here took command on Sept. 26, 1957. I command of Station
day was earlier this week. tour of He came to Jax from duty with until arrival of Capt. James I
With a great mass of the Staff of Commander-in-Chief Reedy
ists expected to take to the Air Wing i Northeast Atlantic-Mediterran-
tonight and tomorrow for on ASW nean area, headquartered in Lon- Steward Team
ite "hiding places" SecNav for the don.
presses the hope that all '' A native of Savannah, Ga., the
nel will drive safely to get 'I' the units retiring Captain is a June 1929 Holding Local
(Please Turn to Page 8. Col. ) for lec- graduate of The Naval Academy.
i aviation After flight training at Pensacolain BOQ CourseThree
mission of 1931 he was designated a
Two Local instal- Naval aviator. hand-picked stewards and
will also bb- After serving successfullyPlease Lt Jg) Norm Newcomb comprisethe
1 ( 8, Col. 1)) ( Turn to Page 8. Col. 1)) Navy's Stewards Instructionand

Crews On ; .. .:':Yp: ;:'.. .. ." ':...... Demonstration Team that
began a 10-day course in Officers'Closed

Azore Trip Monday.The Mess. Operations here last

A two-plane detachment
traveling team's mission
VAP-62 left NAS Jax f
according to Lt (jg) Newcomb,
for deployment to the Azores. ;
"has been designed to provide
The detachment headed ::
tw such instruction, and to standardize -
Lcdr. Hector Cyr will techniques used in officers'

squadron personnel there closed mess operations, throughout -
left this area by airlift the Navy."
Assistant to Lcdr. Cyr is
Until July 10 the team will be
Reginald "Scotty" Jenkins. b working with BOQ personnel,
ing as co-pilots and
.. Y holding lectures and demonstra-
'Y7{Yy 4
.Y4y ;
gators are Lt (jg) Jack tions in food preparation and
and Lt (jg) Ken Froehlich.Lt service and general operation of
(jg) Dirck Teller is
the closed mess.
with the group serving as
interpreter.The Only team of its kind in the
Navy, the, Stewards Instructionand
detachment is
: < Demonstration Team was recently -
remain in the Azores about formed with the purposeof
months, doing aerial 'j % j/ helping ships and shore sta-
ic reconnaissance in the tions achieve high standards in
area. steward service.
Others in the
group :
While at NAS Jax, the team,
E. L. Crowley ADI; J. E. ..Y..W__v..,.,.,.",.." here for two weeks, will be operating -
PHI; J. A. Herry, PIll; J. SERVICE Two employees of NAS Jax at the Senior BOQ.
Walsh, AMI; W. W. lenglh-of-tervice pins from Capt. J. Henry
Jr., ADI; G. C. Graham, AD2; ( ) Works Officer. Capt. Etter presents the Nary From here, the group moves to
F. Littleton, AD2; J. C. ;, emblem to James O'Steen, with nearly seven Pensacola before going on sum-
almost three years with the War Department
arrived at NAS
son, AT2; K. L. Whiting, AM2; NAS Jax and to Joseph Flirt who has 18 mer leave. They
(Please Turn to Page 8. Col. ) years of military duty. Jax from the Key West area.


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Page 2 SAX AIR NEWS 2 July 1959


\ 2AL 1MbollYlDe souvenir envelope, with Will This Be For Y ou1America's

Capt. Gray Eton H. Weber .. .. .... .... .. .... Acting Commanding Officer appropriate cachet, to com-
KAB fist Fleet AIr lKkloDYWe
Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig _...-.-....-.. _.............?........?..................... Commander memorate launching of the will celebrate the nation's 183rd birthday this
Capt Georre R. Luku'f".......... Chief of Staff ralrJax flock
Capt klaeg h erica Williams ..Fe.Air...Wing.ElevenCapt ................*... Chief of Staff NAB Six "First Official Missile Mail" at \ Inflated weekend with gaiety prevailing In most every hamlet and

Robert M. MUner ...................... ............................................?.............. Commander Mayport Naval Station,will be .
Capt Charles L. Lambing ..........? .?.. Chief Staff Officer metropolitan area In this vast country.We'll
/ Haval Ato Technical ?Training Center issued soon. I
Comdr. WUfrtd Tlaanmaa . __.. Commanding Officer blowout sort of pile-driving effort In havIng -
Comdr. Marlon K. Smith .....................................-....-......;........................... Executive Officer The mail-carrying Regulus have a big a
aTal Hospital weekend. And what's wrong with
Capt. Alton C. Abernethj ....... M.-._..................._......__.... Commanding Officer 1 missile was fired by the sub- a most holiday
Capt John O. Fader.M..M..M...-._..................?..........._....._.. .?........... Executive Officer marine Barbero at sea off this? Nothing, if all we did was take a leisurely drive to the beach,

Capl F.J(. Holt ............ .....M..g..g.KUTV... ..... ..... Commanding Officer Mayport and carried about to see relatives or friends in another town of" get close associates
C\oIDctr.\ William K. Hardy v ....__......... ....u. .......g..g... .. ?...?._.___ Executive Officer 3,000 pieces of mail.
for barbecue.
together .s picnic or

Printed commercuny with non-appropiated fund In Jacksonville Florida The souvenir will recall holiday observance in America than
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAmOS(! P-d9 landing of the missile on June put there's more to any
aeY. ll3rAiM8T Distributed free of charge to military and dTlllan personnel relaxation and enjoyment. Danger lurks prevalent. You see,
of Fleet JackaonTllle. Naval Air Station. Naval Air Technical Training 8 and will provide collectors
Center Fleet Air Wing 11 Naval AIr Reserve Training Unit and the U. 8. strange as it may seem, many citizens would rather celebrate what
& with item to mark the his-
And what's
tomorrow's all about by killing themselves. again,
Service Information Officer ... .
Comdr. Lewis F. Kellerman toric even t.Requests.
Aailrtant Service Information Officer .,.....Andrew H. Planey wrong with that? Well, In.most every accident Innocent are Involved -
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters-Alba Paterson: Ron Davis AN: should be addressed as well as the foolish chance-taker.
Gene Hagan, JOSA. Staff Photographer-Joseph O'Brien. PH3. I to Public Information Office -
.The 3x Air News U a member of tee Armed Foro. Preen Service because
I Into four-day holiday period -
w heading a
aiertai.appearing In this publication can oe reprinted providing credit U U.S. Naval Station May- We are actually
grren. Photographs unless otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy Photo- port Fla., and should includean thousands of people will be given next Monday off while

grtpoa.Editorial office located In Room 130. Main Administration Building. Phone 'I unused four-cent stamp. others, including government workers and military personnel, get
extensions 8164. 668. m or S16. tomorrow as a day of rest. The last four-day Fourth of July
.. 491 traffic deaths. No figures are at' our
.. : :- --Y..M. f..v. ff -- -- set,yrA holiday saw a shocking
,: .
Civilian Job f<:" : : how "human lambs" slaughtered on the
:: .: # < : fingertips on many were
highways in our last three-day holiday period.A .

VacanciesAnnounced f.:..: : good compass of life, the Ten Commandments, also goesa

t. 4f long way in promoting traffic safety. May we pass them on to
)+ : you: ((1)) Show healthy respect for traffic laws. They're result of

I long and often deadly experience; ((2)) Drive only when fit to do

A number of job vacancies at so. If overfatigued, ill, depressed or distracted, you cannot concentrate -

Naval installations have been announced on the exacting job of controlling the power of your

by Industrial Relations] vehicle; ((3)) Use good judgment about speed; ((4)) Ch.eck your car's
Dept. performance at regular intervals; ((5)) 'Be self-composed. You'll
-f save wear and tear on yourself and others in heavy traffic.
Vacancy exists at NAS Rota,

Spain for a Leadingman Me- Also, ((6)) Respect pedestrians. Give them the benefit of any

chanic at $6302.40 per annum. doubt; ((7)) Stay where you belong. Remain in your own lane until

This is for a full-time it's safe to pass, weaving in and out is unfair to everyone; ((8))
supervisorof Allow others have their Don't ahead
to rights. speed just as another
combined metal shops of Pub- ? Y;: car is about to overtake you; ((9)) Signal properly and in

lic Works. planty of time, and ((10)) Reduce your speed at night, and be the

VACANCIES exist also for first to lower your headlights.What .

engineers at Naval installationson kind of Fourth of July will this be for the nation's

Guam Philippines Hawaii, motorists? For the swimmers? For the tots who twirl sparklers? it
Japan, Thailand and other Paci-
fic locations at salaries ranging ,,

from $4490 to $8810.A _" "" ""w, ,;: ;.:_"",,, ..._ ." _or Missile Space Studies

Civil Engineer (GS-11) is JACKPOT WINNERS Henry Hines AE1, (left) and ,
A/Sgi. John Williams are lucky winners of one thousand dollars.
wanted at NS Argentia Nfld., The NATTCenier pair together figured out clues to a local
while there are openings for a radio station's treasure hunt to discover a certificate hidden Directed ARPA
Supervisory Personnel Asst. (GS- somewhere in Jacksonville good for that amount of money. By
8)) male and Supv. Fiscal Ac- Split down the middle, that's 500 dollars for each of the men. ,

counting Asst. (GS-7) male at I A Navy Admiral now serves as
NS Guantanamo Bay Cuba. ,NATTCenter'private Eyes"' Deputy Director for one of the ARP's research projects. When a
Defense Department's newest research project is proposed to
Announcement has been made
the Secretary of Defense he
for an Electrical] Engineer (GS9)at In T\ agencies born out of necessityin determines whether or not it shall
modern of
$6285 per year at Public Works Triumph \reasure age technology. I be assigned to ARPA for execu
Center Naval Base, Guantanamo Called the Advanced Research i
Henry Hines, AE1 and Act/I II tion.
Projects Agency it estab-
Bay. I they looked. was
Williams fished out ofa I If the
Sgt. John proposed research area
I lished last the
INCUMBENT is responsible for After that there were photo- year by Secretaryof
the is long of
hollow sign on range priority importance -
defense to direct and
engineering design of electrical, certificate good for 1000 dollars graphers, a radio interview and! perform and if it will probably con-
telephone] and electronic] projects with local the trip to the bank. "certain advanced researchand all
hidden in connection a development projects." De- cern military services (i. e.,
assigned to Design Dept. treasure hunt.WILLIAMS They say they won't experience puty Director 'is Rear Admiral Army Navy and Air Force),
Position of Analytical Statis- and Hines both of much trouble in finding John E. Clark. chances are SecDef will assign
tician (Operations and Admini- to the control to ARPA.
Aviation Electrician's Mate "B" ways spend. money which ARPA'S stated mission doesn't
stration), GS-11 is open at the friends both on they'll split evenly. Right ARPA
School are good tell full story, however. Descri- now, is workingon
Office of Industrial Relations in
and off duty. bed by many as "advanced research "Project Saturn," the name
Washington. They were knocking around at AO Chief Is HonormanAt planning with the help ofa for a new space booster consistingof
Incumbent is head of the Special Hines' house the night of June 24 crystal ball" some of AijP A's eight ballistic missile type

Projects Branch, Personnel and happened to get some extra Center* GraduationRichard prognostications in research deal liquid propellant rocket engines
Studies Division of the Office of clues in the contest conductedby Schmidt AOC, took with. the 1980's. with a total thrust cabaility of
IR. This branch is charged with a local radio station. top honors at Aviation Ordnance"B" Within its framework are a about 1,500,000 pounds.

anticipating need for planning, ,Hines had participated in a School graduation at NATT- staff division actually a partof

developing and executing special previous hunt of the series witjf Center last wee k. ,Schmidt, a the Institute for Defense Ana- CPO Club Sets
statistical studies on Navy civil- another buddy, Act/Sgt. John Navyman since 1941 has been lyses under ,contract to the De-
ian employees in the various jMeher, and the two had come transferred to Key West Fla. partment of Defense-and three

fields" under "Industrial Rela- close to finding that treasure. At Aviation Electrician's Mate operational divisions: Policy and Holiday PicnicBig
tions. SPURRED on by that near Planning Technical Operations
"A" School, Pfc. William Brooks ,
APPLICANTS must meet basic miss, Hines had written down all and Alfred Triana, AEIAA, received and Financial Management and plans are in effect for this
experience requirements of Civil! the clues in the next hunt. Williams laurels for their scholar- Reports. holiday weekend at the Chiefs
Service Commission Handbook however was a bit skepti- Club. A picnic will highlight fes-
I ship in class 5911.ITS. SECDEF sets the pace for
X-118 for the grade and seriesof cal.He tivities 'July 4' from 1400-1600.

the position listed.A finally]] agreed to work on Music for dancing is plannedfor
Fuels Distribution figuring out the clues "just for I I
Liquid NS MAYPORTThat tomorrow Saturday and Sun-
System Operator is wanted at kicks," sothe partners got out a day evenings. Relax and enjoy

the Navy Fuel Depot in Jacksonville map and dug in. the weekend at the Club.
]] starting at pay level 10. It was near nightfall when sprawling Navy neighborof turned over to the Coast Guardin
they agreed the treasure had to ours to the east is now officially 1946. Mayport became Navy Jim Woods and Elliot Richards
be somewhere on the Expressway. known as U.S. Naval Station property again in 1948 and was are new president and vice-pres-
No Holiday Mail Service Williams was still scoffing but Mayport. called a Naval Outlying Landing ident, respectively, replacing Doc
There will be no mail deliveries decided "after all, what can we This is the seventh time the Field under NAS Jax. Umstead and'Hank Schuster.In .

to offices or housing areas lose." mushrooming base has Undergone In 1949, the Station gained the line with a new policy,
aboard the Station July 3 through WATCHING for a post of the a name change since its inceptionin monicker of Naval Auxiliary there'll be music for dancing

July 5.Normal. type they believed was indicated, 1942 as a Naval Section Hase.: Landing Field only to earn the every Wednesday night as wellas
postal service will resume by luck or by genius they' found It became known as a Sea more impressive title of Naval the three nights on the week
Monday, July 6. the certificate in the first Frontier Base in 1943 end was Auxiliary Air Station in 1955. end..W. .


2 July 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

Why The Holiday?

? What Does July Fourthi i

V Mean To Most Of Us?

"When in the course of human events it becomes necessary -

for one people to dissolve the politicial bands which
4 / L4t L have connected them with another" Those are the first

words of the Declaration of Independence.. Yet how many

of us know them? England. -

', ;. the Fourth of
< We celebrate
believed that
Such men, in fact,
Saturday. A few of the
in our reconciliation -
I our only hope was
older citizenry know why .theI I with the '"mother
fourth day of this month is sign- "

ificant. Yet they saw the power and"incerity
AS TO OUR youngstersherei in Paine's writings and

i 3 where we have failed. To were much influenced by his'

them it's a day of firecrackersand followers. Yet who dares to rank
and trips to the sea-
Paine along with these more
shore. Who's to blame? well-known early Americans?

\ ", Just for own curiosity,
and three
IT WAS nine score
_' ___._n.' : .' ',: .",:,>'" ,::, ask your mend lor the first few. that the Continental
FINAL LESSON Fire NAS Jax O & R employees are lines of the Declaration of In- years ago
given final briefing on the Oscilloscope, a piece of technical Seven out of ten Congress met in a red
0 & R Class equipment used for training purposes at a school of Advanced it. building in what is now downtown -
Electronics,Concepts, Circuits and Systems conducted by the could not even begin Philadelphia in order to

Department. Left to right are students William Nelson, William The man who first conceived eek> a more solid union of all
GraduatesSeven'Men Clapp, Lawrence Jackson instructor Charles Broome, and stu- the idea of American Independence 13 colonies. '
William Martin and James Steeley.ExSailor .
is forgotten, too, in its cele- Fifty-six delegates met and
bration. He was claimed as a
unanimously voted and passed on
Gives Life "literary maniac" who deservedto a resolution that was to be the
be hanged. He was Thomas
Seldom can a person be found birth of the United States of
who is willing to spend hoursof Paine, a revolutionary patriot.HE America.On .

his own time in classroom Savings To AcademyThe WAS condemned by influ- July 4, 1776, the Declaration
ential Colonial leaders as a political -
with of an in- the
study, no promise of Independence, adoped by
crease in salary or job advance- little old man had ridden more than 500 miles on a crackpot George Washington Continental Congress, officially

ment following graduation. bus in order to spend a few minutes with Capt. Slade Cutter, Thomas Jefferson, Ben severed the bonds of governmentheld

Seven civilian employees I at Naval Academy athletic director.He Franklin and Alexander Hamilton on the colonies by England.

NAS Jax O&R Department have arrived at'the captain's of- "WHAT ELSE can I do for went on record deploring the THROUGH the long, bitter
certificates of fice at a time when Eddie Erde- growing political separation from I followed
been given com- you?" the captain asked after take years of the war which ,
pletion ,of 450 hours training in latz, h e a d football coach, was ing his guest on a tour of the new people remembered July 4 and
Advanced Electronics Conceptsand turning in his resignation. The plant. observed it as a birthday of their
Circuits on their own man was told to wait. He did, for Polio GroupPremiums country whenever they could. l
the bus
"Would you ride me to
time by Capt. Thomas B. hours, patiently and inconspicuously :
Independency Day
station? the man asked, "I've Due
Haley, officer in charge. done what I came to do. Now I became a legal holiday. This Sat- !
THE FIRST 'class of this type FINALLY, Capt. Cutter had want to go back home." Civilian employees are reminded urday the nation lights the 163rd
at NAS Jax, the class began two time to see him. What did he to that deadline for applications candle on our country's birthday
Cutter had to force the man for enrollment or
They have convened want? He said he wanted to give
years ago. take a receipt for his money renewal in the Station's Polio cake.
to the Naval Acad- .
from 1545 to 1845 two nights a money
Association.The "Know what he said? the cap- Insurance Group is July 10.
since that time. emy
week captain became suspicious.The tain asks. "He said he didn't need Information on this programwas Dance Classes Now
Although seven graduated last any receipt; that he trusted every- published in the June 18
week, nine students were enrolled stranger was plainly inside the academy walls.
body Jax Air News. Further Taking ApplicationsRegistrations
class. One Navy- with coat and sport shirt of inex-
in the a "To this man, money was noth- can b6 received from the vari-
his i
transferred while the pensive material. Perhaps are being taken
man, was ing except something to do good department representatives. -
other, a civilian employee, was mind . with. I haven't had a spiritual' ous for ,summer-fall dancing classes
because of reduction of "I have the money right here, now underway in Building 612
dropped i lift like this in a long time. Payment of premiums maybe
force. the man said. Oh yes, before boarding his bus made by personal check, aboard the Station.
for the was He took from his coat pocketa being given in
Instructor course
the man had one more request bank or postal money order Lessons are
Charles Broome, a recent graduate plain envelope. "It's funny" how of Capt. Cutter. lie wished to re- made out to Pacific Mutual Hawaiian, tap, ballet, toe and
heavy the stuff can get, he said, There
in the O&R apprentice pro- main anonymous. Life Insurance Co. allroom dancing.
gram. smiling. (reprinted from Navy Times.) lasses: for children and adults.
AS A PRIMARY requisite to FROM THE envelope he took The school is sponsored by the

qualify for the course, students out several stacks of bills-$100 CPO Wives Club. For further Information -

must have had previous math- bills! Altogether there was $23, j j phone EV 43055.

ematics and radio training or ex- 000."You
perience. The students spent 24 want to give us all of
hours in mathematics, including this?" an astounded Capt. Cutter J hS: 'rf Summer Holiday

algebra and trigonometry priorto asked.
'entering the study of electronics. "All of it," the man said, "I'm Driving RecipeTake
getting old and I'm not well. I
natural born fool,
have no family.; If I die with this one
class consisted of the studyof : and motor car.
The it .k some booze 'a
the lawyers will cut up 9
money, r s
electronic wave shapes and w. Soak the fool well in the booze,
end of it"
and that will be the s s
circuits, multi-vibrators, special is ,.c lace in car and turn him loose.
retired -
The man, it developed, a !
oscillators, and radar and sonar the fool
enlisted man and, great When finished, extract
systems. Navy sports fan. He saved that rom the wreckage, pack carefully -
According to Broome, the pri- money over the years. He re- in a black plush-lined box

mary motive of the class was to ceives $105 a month retirementpay. and garnish with flowers.

provide training in electronics, It is all he needs, he said. r. -Sanford Sanjly
which is considered a critical rate "BUT KEEP some and buy a S I

in aviation. television set," Cutter suggested. kf
Reserve IntegrationPlans
NOW THAT they have com- "Never watch television," the '

pleted the course, the graduateswill visitor said. "I read. I. go to the
act as substitutes when thereis library every'night. I don't wanta Set By CorpsMarine

a heavy workload, and a shortage lot of money. I don't need it." ? :y Reserve officers have

in the electronics field at Capt. Cutter did prevail on them flJi <. r .<9 "a .5 53 dt been afforded increased opportunity -
O&R. Thus, they will be utilizedin a n to hold back some for i y for integration into the

the field of electronics. There emergency purposes. The associa- t ift.G .d.; regular Corps as a result of anew

was no promise for immediatehike tion wound up with $17,000 and, "open door" program.

in salary, or advancementin according to the donor's wishes '/ ,The program establishes annual -
rate for the grads, however. will set up a scholarship fund integration for Reserve officers -

"This was a very good class," for outstanding athletes that c'25 :? s in their fifth year of service -

remarked the instructor. "The want to go to the academy. The immediately after consideration -
students showed a great deal of fund will'be administered by the 1' ;. N,';' ,;: ; ,j( '', 'pi,;t .,.." ,' vnl' tPk: .df.'w""k....---- for selection to captain.It .

interest and a remarkable desire'to' the Naval Academy .Alumni BIG MOMENT Some 280 youngsters from fin local also removes present five
members of the Jacksonville Exchange
escorted by
Foundation. orphanages,
learn. Station recently. Ranging in age cent limit on number of basic
Club enjoyed a tour of the per
Another class in the same field I "Now what can I do for you? from six to 16. a varied agenda io suit' the different age groups sc boo; graduates who may be offered -
is now in progress at O&R. Students Cutter asked. was arranged. Appealing most lo'a' couple of happy young lads regular commissions onraduation. _
of the second class have "I'd like to see the new stadium was'the Marine Air Detachment Drum "and Bugle Corps, which (AFPS)
completed 108 hours. ,"' the man answered. performed for the youthful guests.



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I Page 4 JAX'- AI-R- N' E-W- S' 2 July I9S9 -T'

I Conditional- Unconditional Discharge Row SettledA

recent decision within Bu- considered as having received a'conditional' purpose of immediate reenlist- were considered. to be "Condi-
Pers has finally settled the Con- tional." .
discharge. ment. '
ditional/Unconditional Discharge /
controversy, reports the local CAREER personnel have been SUCH A discharge requiredthe These did not require com- i P
: complaining for years about dis- GI mencement of GI education or
Navy Career Appraisal Team. individual to begin any I charges three months or less priorto education .or training within training within the three yearsof }
The new BuPers decision declares expiration of enlistment.
three years of his discharge date. the date of that particular
that "all persons discharged -: These discharges have been discharge.For .
prior to expiration of enlist-! ruled "'Unconditionaeve n Conversely, discharges more

ment for the express purpose of, though they might have been than three months early for the further information, phone

immediate reenlistment will be I carried out early for the express specific purpose of "re-upping" extension 8469.New .

.... With The

I Classified | Edition ToastmastersAppearance

., Of Hymnals
For Sale ,
of a guest speakeris
3-Bdrm, 2 bath hse. Equity of
always the highlight any
$1100 and FHA loan; $77 per mo. DistributedWashington toastmaster meeting, and thus it
Will take 2nd mort. 5522 Norde
(AFPS) A new was when Fred Taylor of Cecil
Dr. SP 1-3847. ; Armed Forces hymnal for' all Field's club spoke at last Thurs-

3-Bdrm, 2 bath hse'carport; faiths soon will be distributed to day's meeting of MarNav 2280.
screened porch. GI Equity. 6728
Harlow Blvd. SP 1-4376. s. } > every service chapel and religious Taylor's speech proclaimed the
center worldwide in the first wonderful healing effect of life
3-Bdrm, 2 bath hse Fla.
; rm.,
revision of military hymn books on the farm away from hustle
garage, $1500. 7332 Wonder Lane.
since WWII. and bustle of city life.
EV 4-4079. (Ortega Hills). x :.
3-Bdrm, living and din. comb. N Compiled after more than eight His speech was complete with

kit. equip, garage. EV 4-3926. ... '.- years of research and editing bya appropriate barnyard effects. He
2-Bdrm hse t:'::.::: .. won plaudits as speaker of the
corner lot, sep panel appointed by the Armed

din rm, patio $900 down, $82 mo. '* .,, Forces Chaplains Board, the new evening.Bill .

or $4500 Equity in GI mtg. & $59 edition will replace the Army- Reed gave his icebreaker

mo. EV 8-5239. Navy Hymnal which was pub-. "Preclusion" while Wally Miller,

3-Bdrm hse, 1% bath, central : lished in 1941. a do-it-yourself addict, built his

heat, FHA loan, '$78 per mo., low own garage and his speech told
equity. 1713 LeBois Dr. Norm- j;'':it The revised hymnal has three of pleasures, profits and pitfalls of
: sections-Catholic, Jewish, and
andy Village, EV 9-5979. : such a monumental undertaking.
Protestant-and contains Scrip-

For Rent l._, :. n _.. ....,mm.__ tures, psalms, prayers and ordersof Riley Collins gave an im-

2-Bdrm turn duplex, water, BENNY SUGG WINNERS Receiving checks for Beneficial worship as :well as hymns of I promptu speech" on "My Favorite
garage-furn. $90 per mo. 5319 Suggestions are three NAS Jax Public Works employees who each of the faiths. Some hymns Vacation Spot, a good talk in

Plymouth St. EV 4-5165. came up with money-winning ideas recently. Left to right are, and Scriptures, however, are spite of the Florida Chamber of
of Utilities Division who received 185 dollars Commerce overtones.
Shirley Piper.
Apts for rent, furn or unfurn. common to all the religious tra-
and Robert Durden and James Moore of Maintenance, who
Reasonable rates. NearNAS Wally Conyers, who has a hose
EV- ditions.
earned 25 dollars each. Presenting the awards is Capt. J. Henry
9-9024. Etter, (right) Public Works Officer. Much of the music also has for good subject material, con-
2-3 Bdrm hses. elec kit, convto I ducted Table Topics in which
NAS and Cecil and shop center. been transposed to a lower key, every toastmaster was to com-

$85 and $95. EV 8-4447' or EV- Beneficial SuggestionsReap more suited for male voices. ment on an aroma sealed in a

9-6531. The Armed Forces Chaplains package.Ed .

1-Bdrm furn apt.,air cond, elec Board is chair-manned by Chap- Wright handled toastmaster
equip. $85 mo. Mrs. Barlow EV- $235 For Trio lain (Maj. Gen.) Terence P. duties while the chairman'was'Al

9-8855. Finnegan, Air Force Chief of Jones. .

2-Bdrm unfurn apt elec kit air I Beneficial Suggestion awards totaling 235 dollars were Chaplains. Other members are .

cond optional. $95 mo. (Ortega presented recently by Capt. J. Henry Etter, NAS Jax Public Chaplains (Maj. Gen.) Frank A. Five speeches, ranging from an

Hills) EL 4-6646. Works Officer, to three civilian employees of the Department.Awards Topey, Army Chief of Chaplains; icebreaker to rock W roll, high-

1-2-Bdrm turn effic apts. Re- were presented to Rear Adm. George A. Russo, lighted Tuesday night's session of
Following presentation of Ben-
cently redecorated. $50 and $60. Shirley Piper, of Utilities Divi- eficial awards Navy'Chief of Chaplains; and Lt. the Navy Civilian Toastmasters
Suggestion lengthof
EX 8-6213. sion, and Robert Durden and Cmdr. Samuel Sobel,Jewish Con- John Will decrided, ridiculed
service pins were presented to sultant to the board.CAFETERIA.
and blasted today's trend in"music"
1-Bdrm turn apt conv stores James Moore, of Maintenance two Public Works employees.See .
and impugned the free-
and bus lines. 2037 Herschel Stat Division. 1.
( photo on Page
dom to disc in de-
'given jockeys
( 5 pts) EV 7-3842 after 6 p.m. HIGHEST cash award amounted SETS
termining what music we shall
1-Bdrm hse trail, bath, located to 185 dollars, and was pre-
on water Payments hear in his "Rock 'n' Roll; Gor-
front prop, reasonable. sented to Piper for suggestingthat
EV 7-6911. Mutual Death Benefit Society popular special is on don King had the Confederate
the subject engineered plant
members are reminded that two tap at the Civilian Cafeteria flags waving in toasting the

1-Bdrm unfurn apt kit equip; hourly target be compiled. This assessments, Nos.,y 8 and 119, are next Wednesday; July 8, for bright future of the South, both
$55 mo. 2902 Cherokee resulted in additional effectiveness -
Ave. (Or- now due and payable. 60 cents. economically and politically in
tega) EV 9-5326. of oil consumption in the
Power Plant.Production. The ten-day payment period Menu will consist of: Spa- his talk on "Southern Future;"
Rides Wanted C ghetti and meat balls, choiceof Junior Teske reminded all of the
will end 15.
July Positively no
Ride wanted from Cedar Hillsto was greatly facil- one vegetable, roll and but- seriousness of our nation's birth-

NATTC daily, 0715 to 1555. itated and better controlled, payments can be accepted after ter and a beverage. right in "An American Picnic;"
since it gives operating this closing date.
Contact Pat Crosby, ext-8511 or _personnel Dick Barker offered some unex-
Helen Goodale, ext-8309, daily a means of Knowing immediately pected free advice in his "Let a

evenings SP-1-1604 or SP 1-0674. the efficiency of their Real Estate Agent Help You Buya
operation, rather than waiting {., .. "
y ?rfi Home, while Dick Barber delivered -
Riders wanted; vicinity of until the next day when statistics : ,,., his Icebreaker.The .
Murray Hill to NAS, 0800 to 16- compared. { : ;
are panel of critics, headed by
30. Women only. EV 9-8176 after
5 p.m. The charts reportedly providean Andy Planey, included Lawton

Riders wanted to and from effective tool for increased Green, Bill Purcell, Ken Scales,
efficiency of operating in steam ': and Marv Blumberg. Toastmasterfor
0700-1500, from 2671 Col-
generating power plants. the affair was Scales, with
lege to NAS Jax. M. S. Lifshutr,
shop 3272 or call EV 8-5005. MOORE SHARED 25 dollars r Dave master.Moomaw as table topics

with John Francisco of O & R

What They're Saying Department, for their suggestion Toastmasters, CombineFor

'There is no question that mis- for extensions for limit switchesto

siles will play an ever increasingAir prevent damage to cables of Outdoor Meeting

Force role, both offensivelyand overhead'cranes' in Building 200, I Jax Navy and MarNav. Toast-
defensively. They will even- master Clubs will hold a joint

tually; make up a major part of by stopping the vertical travelof meeting this evening at 1830 at

our combat potential. But for the the hoists before they hit the :J the NAS Jax Skeet Club.

foreseeable future,there is also no reels. The extension effectively ',.,,i. ,,. Charcoal-broiled steaks will
question that mixed forces will corrected the situation.The r '. highlight the menu and an entertaining -

be required. By this I mean that last award of 25 dollars program is on tap. It
we will use the best features of will also be Ladies Night for
went to Robert Durden, who
both clubs.
both manned and unmanned sys-
tems to provide the greatest ver- suggested installation of a safety
in the northeast comer .:j
satility in our operations. -Gen. ladder TIDE TABLE

Thomas D. White. Chief of Staff. of, Hanger 101. Installation of AT HELM OF WIVES CLUB Two new officers. includinga HIGH LOW

U.S. Air Force.MarriageFormerly. ladders to provide ac- president, were recently' elected by Nary Wives Club No. 86. AM PM AM PM
permanent Mrs. John Divis (left) is new "skipper" of the club, replacing
cess to flood lights at the same Mrs. Reubln Lottinger who has left this area. NoTing into Fri. 5:58: 6:26: 11:52

a contract; location elmininates a safety ha- Mrs. Darts' rice-presidential spot is Mrs. Donald Long (right). Sat. 6:42 7:06: 12:38 12:32.
now alien regarded as a 90 day The,club has scheduled a holiday event July 4 at 2000 at the Sun. 7:24 7:45, 1:17 1:12I
option. zard for maintenance personnel. Clubhouse.. '


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OFF IN SEARCH OF ARLENE Airborne Early Warning Squadron Four's Crew No. Eight
pictured just before taking off on first deployment of the 1959 hurricane season. Normal crew
ft I calls for a Plane Commander, his assistant, a second co-pilot two.co-pilot navigators, a navigator,
flight engineer, assistant flight engineer, two radiomen and two electricians. Flight Aerologist
has an assistant and two weather specialists while Radar Control calls for an airborne air" con-
troller two assistant control officers, four radar specialists and two electronic specialists, ,making
hurricane reconnaissance a big operation.



t: ? $ \ j7Itt

Early Warning fill out the complex communications To get a meteorological cross

Squadron Four, the famed system. Using a television section of lower atmospheres,
j1a "
"Hurricane Hunters, are in method radar presentations are precision instruments are drop-
their sixth hurricane season, and their readings
also transmitted to ships ped by parachute,
having begun the summer shore installations in a continuous transmitted by micro-radios backto

with weather reconnaissanceof stream of radar "pictures." the plane. t
"Arlene" and "Beulah.
A sample of VW-4's schedule is THE RADAR Control Officer,
Commissioned in 1952 VW-4
illustrated by the weather reconnaissance a specialist trained in complexities -
has since flown into 50 tropical
of Arlene,which developed of the "Super Connie's, radars -
storms, 31 of which developedinto before official start of is in continuous contact

full-fledged hurricanes i the hurricane season, June 15. with the Plane Comander advising -
tracking and charting the illusive -
REPORTS of a suspiciousstorm him on courses and alti-
tempestuous 'canes. area south and west of the tudes to avoid dangerous areas of

OUTGROWTH of the Miami Coast of New Orleans from island the storm. A miscalculation in

Joint Hurricane Weather Central stations, ships at sea and range, bearing or altitude could
} a established In 1943 by the Army, commercial planes filtered into place the plane in a hopeless sit-

,r RADAR CHECK Top photo, Radar Control team Nevy and Weather Bureau, the the Joint Hurricane Warning uation.To .

aboard a Constellation makes final check on equipment before Joint.Hurricane. Warnlng'Servfcetoday Service where it was collected further complicate his activities -
taking off for season's first "suspicious storm area." From left combines efforts of those
and plotted.A the possibility always
are David Perin ACWAN Ensign Charles Carpenter Ltjg( ) units and the Civil Aeronautics ,
Clifford Lowery Ltjg( ) Robert Haptom Herbert Gullait ACW2, Administration. teletype message from the exists that weather turbulencewill
and Howard Hillard, ACW3. In photo above, Flight Aerologist Fleet Hurricane Forecast Facilityat unstabilize the radars, rend-
LiJg( ) William OTarreU (left) follows weather. conditions withB. VW-4's seven Super Constella- Miami alerted the Hurricane ering them useless. In this case,
L. Bradberry, ACW3. tions used exclusively for hur-
Hunters to dispatch a plane to I judgment and foresight must take

{ jU}:( : : l J m-; \ r J ':? ;fi'n'n; :;: : =r f ;' i; j jiU. ron's ned ricane and 85 work maintained officers since and 1954 by 497,the are enlisted squad-man- the Before storm Arlene area in dissipated four hours.her- over from Navigator's technology.The task. ; assumes

ftn.t1f[ L. : ,O jj' cm self, four VW-4 planes had flown special hazards when poor radio
;:1:1.J Jf p rsonnel. 47 hours in the storm, made 13 communications make electronicaids

N With a mission to locate and eye fixes, three low level and 10 unreliable, and the aircraftis
penetrate tropical storm areas, in winds of 100 miles
.. high level penetrations, and radioed flying
; : {:i wu fyvsw charting wind velocity, location' 63 weather reports. per hour.If .

? and direction of movement, the the heavens are not obscured -
THE "WEATHER Station" of
squadron and its planes can be by clouds, celestial navigationis
the aircraft, located in the rear
ready to deploy within one hour. but sometimes navi-
ot is
portion of the radar spaces,
) WITH THE advent of power- equipped with specially adapted gating in a tropical storm be-

ful and long-range airborne radars airborne weather instruments, comes little more than dead reck-

1}n. ': uo ARtF/J AE2 :;] ; yr y 31 hurricane reconnaissanceand communications equipment, a oning.
of Despite seeming hazards of
every phase tropical
wire recorder, and an installation -
meteorology have been revolu- for dropping meteorological balancing a 70-ton aircraft against
tionized. \ the waywardness of tropical
instruments by parachute.
Weather information whichonce storms, the Navy reports only
Coordination of the intricaciesof
took days to acquire can one plane lost in 15 years of hurricane -
weather reconnaissance naturally -
now be collected in one flight. reconnaissance. A P2V
lies with the Plane Com-
in went down with all
;'\{ f. ;....N::::;..};:, .::-tJ:':" ...,. -:,." ::::. { ...... .... w.. f..;;';>'; W Conditions an area greater mander. In addition to piloting Neptune the
than 200,000 square miles can be hands penetrating eye
UPS AND DOWNS OF 'CANE Technically, a hurricane viewed with one sweep of the his aircraft in severe weather, the of Hurricane Janet in 1955.
is a tropical storm in which maximum wind speeds are more commander must be thoroughly
airborne radar: one Navy weather To carry on this complexity
than 65 knots an hour. Since every hurricane is unique, dia- familiar with of his
grams and averages are useful only for a general picture of the flight can provide informationof hat is called "hurricane recon-
complexity of wind turbulence that creates a hurricane. an area encompassing 1,500, team of experts.As naissance" requires i prodigious

000 square miles. officer in charge of the equipment and a team of specialists -

Hospital Plays Host To To accomplish this, the Super flight, he must understand air to be at maximum efficiency
North Florida PathologistsNaval "Connie" has been adapted into control procedures to work effectively during long and arduous flights.

SWITCH DUEFirst Hospital Jax and its something of a flying electronic with Radar Control, With all its impressive arrayf
and he must be something of a electronics the Con-
marvel, capable of going into ) Super
Lt. L. E.
O&R facility of the I : pathologist, McHenryJr. "weather man" in order to anticipate -
with tellation is luxurious by military
storms zero visibility, guid-
acted host for the June
switch to a new accounting I
Navy to meeting of the North Florida ed solely by powerful radars.IN flight hazards of tropical standards, and spacious by any
was Quonset -
procedure Association. ADDITION to an intricate weather phenomena.THE omparison, accommodating pullman -
Point, R.I., which went Pathologist intercom system, the aircraft has WEATHER Officer, a bunks, a galley and messing

over on May 1. Sixteen pathologists from mem- two complete and independentradar rained meteorologist,is responsible quarters.
overhaul and repair ber in the in
All aircraft were systems. The search radar, for collection, interpretationand Powered by four turbo-com-
eventually follow attendance. Dr. Ian Hood of the
work will most powerful airborne radar in transmission of information pound engines delivering a totalf

an accounting procedureused U. of Florida moderated a slide use, is companion to a height- over the hurricane warning communications 13,000 horsepower, more than

now in Naval shipyards, seminar. determining long-range radar networks. he combined power of eight diesel -

as reported in Jax Air News also used as a highfrequencysearch Using various precision weather freight locomotives, the Super

May 28.NAS Nell: "Does your boy friend system. instruments specifically designed Bonnie cruises at 240 miles per

Jax, along with NAS talk to himself?" I Twelve radio transmitters and and developed for use in hour, is capable of speeds exceeding -

Alameda, will switch to the Belle: "I don't know. I've nev- 13 radiQ receivers, covering the the Super Constellation, and the 300 miles an hour, and

new setup sometime this fiscal er been with him when he was entire frequency range of voice owerful long-range radars,. the can remain airborne during a

year.; alone." and Morse Code communications, Weather Officer collects his data. storm for more than 18 :

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S Used UnderwaterREGULATORS Fenwicks Take

I 'VPArfofv s' : I. PASS TESTS I i iPrimarily Two Crowns In

concerned with the Water Ski MeetThe
The "new arrival departmentat effectiveness and proper utiliza-

the Naval Hospital has.been tion of personal equipment in I Third Annual Water Ski

kept busy" recently with 26 use and being tested in Navy T7; Tourney, open to all commandsthis

"check-ins. aircraft, NAS Jax Flight Physi- year, found NATTCenter

Boys led the parade with 16 ology Training Unit recently experimented personnel and ,their dependents

little lads, while 10 girls were with ,the Navy's new taking nine of the 12 trophies
born the same week. miniature
oxygen fegu1a r. presented.
May 15 was th'e birthday for *
THE PROJECT involved deter- % Action at Inlet Marina last
Patricia Ann. to Daniel Young _
mining if the Firewel Regulator
new Saturday found 41 entries com-
AMI and Mrs. Young; Daniel and a second mini-regu-' peting for crowns.In .
Allen, to Gordon Lewis, AK3 and the
latpr were as waterproof as
the Men's Slalom, George
Mrs. LewisgCharles Gus, to older type regulators in the eventa
Charles Graham, EN1 and Mrs. pilot was forced to crash into Fenwick, NATTCenter, finished

Graham; and Dennis Bay, to J. T. the water. first, followed by Chuck Gutke,

Bradshaw, DN and Mrs. Brad- __ I. NATTCenter; and Hugh Camp-
shaw. According to Lt (jg) Frank r' F bell, Cecil Field. t '

'Formeller, Flight Physiologist
OnMay 16 the department wel- x: ., The Women's Slalom found
the Navy realized the need for anewer'
comed James David, to Lt (jg) NATTCenter ,dependents takingall

and Mrs. Thomas Scott; Bobbi light-weight oxygen ;:.!:: three places as Dorothy Fen-
regulator about three
Sue, to Thomas Artebury, AD2 years ago. :jr wick equaled her husband's efforts -
The smaller
mask mounted .
and Mrs. Artebury; Sabrina Ann oxygen !\ ;.\ to gain first place, followedby
type was designed to operate
to John Patronis, AK3 and Mrs. : Nita Hanson and Ruth Hales.In .
with 100 percent eitherin '
Patronis; and Rick Dean, to a gaseous or liquid state. : : >.::::<::" the Boy's Slalom, Ralph
Ronald Russell, SN and Mrs. 1. -'io.w.f.b: :,: :::: : ::'", ', ,. Halzhaus, NAS Jax dependent,
The Firewel Co., a, pioneer in ': .. .. "
Russell. f. took top honors followed by
developing this type of equipment :
Three newcomers checked in L ,: Richard Moessner and George
as early as 1951, has equip- 4i--
May 17: Terry Dale, to Robert Center, both NATTCenter de-
Winton, AN and Mrs. Winton; ped the pressure suits worn by ... .- .' pendents.
Navy and Air Force jet pilots. UNDERWATER TESTS MADE To Jest underwater effectiveness -
Baby Boy to Thomas Megill, AG1 -
In the Girls Slalom
ALTHOUGH the of miniature John Clif- Kathy
and older-type Navy'i new oxygen regulators I
and Mrs. Megill Baby Boyto
; Navy regulators were known to ford, TD2. (above) volunteered to experiment with the equip- i Vogel, NATTCenter, Sandy
Robert Adams, AN and Mrs. be waterproof, there was some ment at the NATTCenier Indoor Pool, under direction: of NAS Smith, FAETU, and Karen Hales,

Adams. doubt as to underwater effec- Jax Flight Physiology. In lower photo the two miniregulatorsnow NATTCenter, finished in the one,

May 18 was a busy day for the tiveness of the first mini-regu in local use are the Firewel. (top) and the Robert Shaw. two, three order.
stork, with the births of Michael Fulton.

Edward, to Edward Weilbacher, lators. Early tests made at the .,........,>,>.,...w.M:: '>:':,.,_ ..... :.:"'.,.>N:.,.:.:'".:,"'..:.:.:.:'>.'>..,."."."<.:.".:'..:.,,
James Pax River Naval Air Test Cen- Shaw Fulton failed to work
DT2 and Mrs. Weilbacher; prop-
Glen, Jr. to James Hughes, AN ter indicated that inhalation became erly. With as little as 30 pounds The

and Mrs. Hughes; Caron Ann, difficult with the Firewel I per square inch the regulator .::..,'i". WATE&
regulator under A :.
water. later
to Floyd Puckett, ME3 and Mrs. delivered constant excessive ,:.
test with the
Puckett to same regulator reported 70 to 90 pounds
; Jeffery Wayne Maurice pressure. per
Smith, AM2 and Mrs. Smith, no difficulty in breathing, square inch makes it impossibleto '1/' ; LINE

and Mary, to Jairfes Robbins, however. exhale against the regulator. ...".. .
QM2 and Mrs. Robbins. About this time, the Flight BOTH regulators have been .ftl The Marine portion of National
<- : Week for the local
Physiology Unit here became interested Water Safety
Timothy Edward Parks was checked on an official National :
in the and area was the water show held at
born to Capt. and Mrs. Edward project secured Instrument Laboratories Tel t
Mertz on May 19, and Marion a Firewel Regulator, F- Stand and have failed to pass the f the foot of Ranger Street at the
1732, directly from the Station last Sunday. I
Claude, to Loyal Bibby, A02 and manu- normal tests after water: immer-
Mrs. facturer. Tests were begun in a With nearly 2000 spectators on
Bibby. sion. Thus, it would not be safeto
Five deliveries were made May station swimming pool with vol- use either one in an aircraft the beach and about 50 boats at

20: Ida Marlene, to James Dab- unteers W. R. Howard, HMC,andJ. after it had been used under- anchor,' the show got underway

ner, AD and Mrs. Dabner; Sandra Clifford, TD2, using the reg- water. with a fast start when a squall
ulators. caused winds of about 18 knotsto
Dee, to Ross Coombs, AN and However the tests have shown
THE FIREWEL was give real life to the first
Mrs. Coombs; Herman Estel, Jr. connectedto the effectiveness of both regula-

to Herman Looney and Mrs. an A-13-A oxygen mask and tors in protecting a Naval avia- event. 0

Looney (Ret.); Alma Jean, to received its input through a ft tor trapped underwater. The Navy Jax Sailing Fleet,

Lester Raynor, EN2 and Mrs. inch hose line from a 295-cubic Testing of the regulators, bothof led by "ICHI BON," the whale-

Raynor; and Joseph Patrick, Jr. inch portable walkaround bottle, which are being used by local boat, peeled out of a fast moving

to Joseph O'Brien, PHA3 and containing 1800 pounds per square jet squadrons, was conducted by echelon into a column with all
inch of Bantams planing before the wind.
Mrs. O'Brien. oxygen.
Capt. K. R. Whitney, W. R. How-
Between 70 to 90 pounds per Lt. Price and his crew developed -
ard, HMC; J. Clifford, TD2, and
square inch was delivered to the a rudder casualty and com-
Lt (jg) Formeller.
r' i regulator which, thus far, has pleted the maneuver with a dip

been taken to twelve foot depthsin in the St. Johns, but good "Safe

a pool with as long as ten Carrier Ranger Complex Boating"doctrine resulted thier
r W .K w;N.yar minutes continuous breathing. righting and drying the boat withno

+ K .ii5J2 This same regulator was suc- Maze Of Men MachineryMost injuries.The .

;, p cessfully tested at a nearby lake Marines of NATTCenter

at a depth of 17 feet with compressed logged another "first" when the
a Ya Navy men know the USS Ranger is the newestof
y Faf 3 !'s> j air being delivered at the three Forrestal-class aircraft carriers in the fleet. shell c r e w pulled 12-year-old

: 70 to 90 pounds per square inch. They also know she was com- Kathy Vogel on water skis past

4. ;< I USING THE same mask and missioned on Aug. 10, 1957, at 246-ton anchor' chain that meas- shouting spectators. This is the

p 3s made with the Robert-Shaw Ful- ,But do the same Navy men disposal. has been known to pull a water

ton mini-regulator 226-20004, do- know that 52,500 tons of struc- Total,area of the carrier's flight skier.

nated to the Unit by a Cecil Field tural steel, shaped into 265,000 deck is nearly four acres and The Marine Air Detachmentriver
flight surge n. The volunteer sub- boat 'The Dixie Queen"with
S { different pieces and held to- lacks only 284 feet of being one-
jects claimed this regulator seem- mile Sgt. Fitzgerald's 'Dixieland
gether by 200,000 rivets and two quarter long.
ed to offer less resistance to band aboard, furnished much appreciated -
million pounds of weld metal., The island, or superstructure,
breathing at 12-foot
depths. the
are also of the the music to spectatorsand
part Ranger on Ranger towers 10 stories
"This fact could be the resultof added color to the show.
OR DO1 THEY know above
there is the flight deck.If .
the Firewel having been pre- .
viously used in underwater enough air conditioning equip the Ranger's description
tests Club
The Navy Jax Sailing
ment in
operation this carrierto
for almost a year," reports Lt. sounds huge, just remember this: held a special meeting in their
service two
Formeller. As with all under- buildings? -Empire State It took 13,500 drawings, two mil- new club house Saturday, June

water breathing equipment, it is lion pounds of aluminum, 1,700 27 for the purpose of nominating
a bcb Chances do
are they not. So
ro necessary for the subject to main- carloads of material, 290 miles of candidates for offices to be filledin
here few
tain a normal cycle of inhalationand are a more "gee whiz"features electrical cable and 700 draftsmento July. The regular July meet-
about the ;
ship Such
make her
exhalation. one of the Navy's
w the ing and elections will be held at
.Ranger's serve 10,500
Unfortunately, after two im- largest ships. AFPS)
meals a day. 1930 Tuesday,July 7, in the read-
mersions in the pool the RobertA Her engines and boilers developmore ing room at'King Hall, Building

Following is a simplified tax 563.
little girl, attending the bal- than 200,000 horsepower to form
recently worked
let for the first time, carefully turn four huge propellers, five Internal out by the

watched the dancers as they blades each, that can push the Revenue Bureau: This Makes Good SenseHe

WANT TO PLAY?-Pert Pal leaped up and down on their carrier through the water at last(A) How much did you make who goes forth

McLauchlin plays a new kind toes. speeds exceeding 30 knots. year? with a fifth

of hell !game on the beach at "Mommy," she finally whispered CREWMEN aboard the 1,048- (B) How much. do you have On the Fourth,
Silver Springs. 'Actually the "why don't they have telephones left? May not
just get taller oot.long,Ranger ,2,300 come forth
Who oversized cans1 pearls are phol u. girls?" 113 typewriters and a (C) Send B. On the Fifth.r .


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,2 July 1959 JAX NT'E"W"'S' 7'1

Fliers Foes CleanUp In Hunters Win

City LeagueThe h K I i fVT NAS SwimEvent

Jax Navy Fliers boosted ,

their hold on the City League '--!' TitleVW4
softball championship .. ::4'
dumping ,

Hardage and Sons, 8-6. This was : = --'" t, :.. .., w : :: 1 I IS "A" and Operations,
the sixth win for ':' .. .
the Fliers in as .'''' ,. ,, ._.., couple of well-heeled splash
> "- -' .. ". ": a
many starts. ".' <> ._ '. .' squads, made a two-way race
Next adversary on the Fliers : 'MM' out of the Mainside Intram-

schedule was Knowles Electricof ural Swimming Meet at the

Atlanta and in their two- ': Mainside tank last week.

game setto, the Fliers split with : : : : Operations was declared champion -

the current top Southern Softball but, after careful scrutiniza-

team. tion of, several close events, the

In the first game, big Earl .,gyp verdict was reversed to hand

Bishop sparked a Jax win with 4 : VW-4 "A' a one-point win.

his tight hurling and hard hit- IN EARNING the closely-con-

ting. Some fine fielding plays and : tested team crown, VW-4 collected -

heads up ball enabled Bishop to 75 points and also garnered

nip the vaunted Knowles team, 500 points toward the Ironman

4-3. ,. .. .,,. ,,,_ .,,,,.,, Trophy.
'-- '''''- '''''''''''';''''''"' < ;; ";" ;: .w;
hand in swinging the tide
The second game saw the Elec- "THERE GOES VALENTE" Was a familiar cry at last week' Mainside Intramural Swim- Big
tric team on their toes as they ming Meet as the Operations swim star (hilling Ihe water first) scored two firsts and helped his to the 'Cane Hunters was vete-

hit Flier hurler Bill Corney mates pick up another victory In a relay event. Operations lost the meet by a scant one point ran Rick Jedlicki's efforts on tho
suc- 75.74, to the 'Cane Hunters of VW-4 "A." Caught by the camera at start of 400 meter freestyle diving board. He nosed out Oper-
cessfully and
victory. racked up a 7-0 is, (left to right) Carl Hill VW-4 "At" winner Valenle. and John Pearson of Marine Barracks. ations' Fred Daniels in the three-

The Green Cove Bullets were '. "'''.. : '''< '''''!':<:''''''''' '''''.''' I I I meter event.Operations. '

the next team to go up againstthe lAX Wi Dispensary On I took the meet's first
event setting the pace with a
Flier nine as they met in AIR f ,
Green Cove for a twin-bill with S' P' Mainside 2:36.8: winning effort in the 200

Jax Navy taking the first game, ,,:'.:?NEWS unlu Top meter team medley relay, pacedby
Dick Valente.
4-3. A rash of errors in the sec- t

for ond the go-round Bullets set, 4-1.up an easy win I '., ,. r.. .:......\....,., .'...""...."'...,_.... .....
The Jax schedule-maker favored 5:40.0.: Jedlicki carried VW-4
Navy Waves team
racked up their fourth straightwin Late Season Promises Hot Dispensary last week as the "A" to an easy win in the 50-

in City Medics won two tilts to jump into meter breastsroke with a 39.0 ef-
Opportunity Branch competitionas "Y" fell Battles In NAS I first place in the hotly-contested
to the CrackerJax, 12-3. Bowling PlayWith Mainside Softball League. fort.Again it was VW-4 versus Op-

On the weekend, the Waves The Hornets of VA-44, leadingthe erations when the gun soundedto

journeyed to Fort Gordon to do time edging up on the end of the late-starting mad scramble when action start the 50-meter backstroke

battle with the WACS and hungup "Spring" Bowling season at Mainside, a flurry of make-up started Monday, had only one swim with the latters' Don Ellis

two victories, 6-0, 25-9 Jax games and rematches have been rampant of late. game to play while Dispensary being clocked at 37.3. VW-4's
as The American League lead is was involved in two contests. Roger Hurt ran the cCurse.in 42.8.
Navy ran wild.Byron I .
in the hands of ComFair Jax "A" NATIONAL LEAGUE Top game saw the Hornets and Valente won his second crown

with Special Services and VP-18 Team Won Lost Pd. Ordnance and Gunnery hook up with a 28.2 finish in the 50-meter

"A" in hot pursuit. The National FAETU "A" 43 9 .827 in a fair-thee-well with the freestyle, edging VW-4's Bob

Callahan League race is only slightly less Mad Dogs 36 12 .750 I former eking out a 6-5 victory. Wyman.

I exciting, with FAETU "A" on top VW.4 "C" 35 13 .750 An Ordnanceman error allowed Ellis and Valente finished one-
Tennis Champs lucky Strikes 36 16 .692
with comfortable margin the tieing and winning tallies individual
a over Supply Enlisted 30 18 .625 two in the 200-meter
What started as the playoff their competitors.IN ..0 b R 36 2. .600 to score in the late stages of the medley. VW- "A" copped the
for the doubles tennis champ- X.3 Division 43 29 ..597FAW11 .
the 200-
THE American league last game.In final race of the day,
ionship for the NATTCenter 38 26 .594 other contests, Supply edged mete(>r freestyle relay with the
week, ComFair Jax "A" strivedto Operations 25 23 .521
trophy ended up a five-hour I the 679th Air Force, 6-5; VAP-62 Jedlicki Bob Lentz
prove they were "top dog" as NARTU 8" 30 3. ..496VP18 team of Hurt, ,
endurance marathon with the "8" chilled FaetuLant, 2-0; Medics time of
Ed Hall racked up all three in- 301 371 .449VW4 and Wyman recording a
weary-armed team of Eugene "8" 23 29 ,"42VW. stomped MAR T D, 6-1, then 2:5.0.
dividu honors feat :
j a not accomplished ..
Byron, AEC, and Ralph Calla- "E' 23 29 .42 downed Marine Barracks, 6-0; VW-4 'A" registered 75 pointsin
here in many a moon. Marine Barracks 26 34 ..433Fasron
AEC, taking three'out of Hospital walloped Fasron 109,
standings with Opera
Hall maintained high i average She 24 32 ..429ComFeir
five sets for the crown. with 188 and also recorded high Ju 8" 24 32 .29 11-5; O&G tripped MARTD, 16- tion possessing 74 points. Third

Their tired opponents were individual of 236 and high Galley No.1 23 33 .411 12; Fasron 109 tipped AdMen, 15- was the Marine Barracks with
Lcdr. Julius Moessner and Lo- game VAP-62 "8" 24 36 .400'I 5; Supply nipped VW-4, 12-11, VP-18 and VW-4 "B" followingin
individual set, 584. 679th "B" 20 40 .333
well Lorbeer and AdMen claimed a forfeit win
AEC, all from order.
"A" and VW-4 "A" NARTU flEC 131 341 .286
the Aviation Electrician's Mate VA... "B" 8 48 .U 3 i over Communications. SUMMARY
Schools. took high team honors with the 200-Meter medley relay-1. Opera
tions (Daniels, Valente. Ellis. Bonet-
snaring high team set
Scores in the marathon read Corpsmen ti). 2:388: 2. VW-4 "A" fJedlicki. Lenz,
with an 843. VW-4 "A" copped Hurt, Hodge), 2:42.: 3. Marine Bks.
like this: 6-3, 5-7, 7-5, 6-8, 400-meter freestyle 1. Valente.
and 75.Jax high team set with 2473. Operations 8:40: ; 2. Orr, VP-18, 7:49: ; 3.
hill VW-4 "A."
I NATIONAL League is' still i "'. i 50-meter breaststroVe--" Jedlicki.
split up pretty even with Ralph VW-4 "A" 39.0; 2. Ellis Operations
426; 3. Bonetti. Operations.
Tice of VW-4 "C" pacing the individual 50-meter backstroke. Ellis, Oper-
Braves To 1 ations 37.3; 2. Hurt VW-4 "A" 42.8;
with 189.
average race a 3. Daniels Operations. ..
Bob West of FAW-11 made a 50-meter Frt'estyle-t. Wyman. VW
4 "A" 28.2; 2 Valente Operations
long over-due appearance when ", 3. Lentz. VW4.
Host Sally 1 3-meter he captured the high game crown 2.! Daniels Operations. .
with a 219.Ralph ?n0-", .tf'r Individual medley 1.
Ellis Operatons 3:2.8: ; 2. Valente
Tice bounced back to Qr' Operations 3:27.8: ; 3. Pearl. VW-4"A."
Foe Macon ; 200-meter freestyle relay-1. VW-4
snap up the high set with a 579. "A'. (Hurt. Jedlicki. Lenz. Wyman),
2:5.0: 2. Operations (Perrett Daniels,
l The Jacksonville Braves, slow- X-3 Division, an earlyseasonpower Ellis. Valente). 2:11.5: ; 3. Marine Bar-
got on the right track as racks.
ly but surely becoming a Sally
the BOQ men racked up team S
contender resume -
; League pennant ,
laurels with an 852 high game
home activity Monday,
I and 2386 high set.AMERICAN. Sparks Gunni'esSoftball
July 6, at the new baseball park. r ,

l The Macon Dodgers, Sally cellar LEAGUE %

l" club at this writing, will be '.." Woe Lost Pet. NakN4/' PacersThe
ComF.ir Ju "A" 35 13 .729 MMi ,
here Thursdayof
Monday Special Services .6 18 '.719 Sparkles of Aviation.Elec-
next week. Games each night VW-4 "A" 28 12 .700
i are at 2000.Following. VP.18 "A" 42 18 .700 trician's Mate School and the

. the Macon series, the Hospital 'A" 3" 18 ,.654 Ordnancemen of Aviation Ord-
VAP-62 "A" 36 20 .6..3
t locals will host the Columbus
Oak Leaves 23 21 .523 nancemen School remain in a

. Pirates, leading the league as of Dispensary 281 271 .509 %' deadlock for top spot in the

g this morning. VAP-62 "C" 211 221 .489 Sn5 NATTCenter intramural softball

Both Macon and Columbus are VA.4. "A" 25 21 27 23 ..77.481Communications league, each owning 11-4 marks.

arch-rivals of the Braves and
Disbursing 26 30 .464 In last week's action, Support
never fail to play good ball when 679th "A' 22 3. .393 :w" ""Jd ," ; II'"
a appearing locally.Servicemen MARTD 161 271 .378 CHAMPIONSHIP FORM ActMSgt; H. R. Abney, of Ma- Splinters won a brace of games

will be admitted to VW.4 "D" 19 33 .365 rine Aviation Detachment, displays his shooting prowess to Lee behind the pitching of Loren
NARTU .A" 15 33 .313 Bohannon.' The youngster, son of ActMSgt. E. H. Bohannon is Venable and Charlie North, down-
all Brave home games for 60 NAS Personnel 91 301 .244 a possible Marine sharpshooter of the future. Abney shows the ing NAWS School, 16-3, and the
cents. It's not necessary to be in FAETU "5" 9 35 .205 "form" that has won him a wall of pistol trophies in the fire
uniform. Waves 11"9 .183 years he's been shooting competitiTely. Sparkles, 5-1.

Page 8 JAX AIR NEWS 2 July 1959
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11 I Schedule of Special Services Activities and Facilities, July '2-- 8 I I

MOVIES Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday I Tuesday Wednesday

If AS, Bldg. 612ItATTCenler 1900 Only 1900 Only 18002000Go 1900 Only 1900 Only 1900 OnlyAlimony 1900 Only
The Sound Green Mansions Johnny, Go Shane From Hell To I RoughlySpeaking
and the Fury Texas .

Bldg. 563 1900 Only 1900 Only 1400-1900 14001900Go 1900 Only ,, 1900 Only 1900 Only
Thunder Sound and Fury Green Mansion Johnny, Go Shane Hell To Texas Alimony

Hospital 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only
Paratrooper Thunder Sound and Fury Green Mansions Go Johnny, Go Shane Hell To Texas

If AS. Bldg. 3WATTCenler 0815-2100 0815-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100()() 0815-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100

s Bldg 863 0930-2100 0930-2100 '1300-2100 1300.2100 0930-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100
Hospital 0800-1600 0800-1600 closed 1300-1700 0800-1600 0800-1600 0800-1600


NAB Bldg. 9.55NATTCenter. 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100 1400-2100 Closed 1000-2100 1000-2100

Bldg. 583
1600-2200 1600-2200 1300-2300()( 1300-2300 1600-2200 1600-2200 1600-2200
Blue Jackets Inn 1630-2400 20002400The 2000-2400 20002400The 1630-2400 1630-2400 2000
Jimmy Gieger Redcoats Jimmy Gieger Redcoats Bingo

EM. NATTCenJerEMNARTU 1630-2300 1630-2300 1630-2300
1630-2300 1200-2300 1200-2230 1400-2330 1 I

1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 Closed Closed 1130-1300
1630-2230 1630-2230 1630-2330 1630-2330 1630-2230
I' .
NAB Outdoor Pools 1100-2000 1100-2000 1100-2000 1200-2000 1100-2000 1100-2000 1100-2000
NATTC Outdoor Pools 1130-2000 1130-2000 1130-2000 1200-2000 1130-2000 1130-2000 1130-2000
NATTCenter Gym Open
1300-2100 \ 1300-2100 1000-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100

NAB Bowling 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1300-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB .

NATTC Craft Shop 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630
1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100

Tennis Courts (Navy Ex.) 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-park

Golf Course 0830-Dark 0830-Dark 0730-1800 0800-1800 0830-Dark 0830-Dark 0830-Dark

Fish Camp 0800hr.. 08.00- hr. 0800hr.. 0800-% hr. 0800hr..
Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Closed Closed

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

Indoor Swimming Bldg. 614 1600-2000 16002000BREEZES 1130-2000 1200-2000 1600-2000 1600-2000 1600-2000

a I'I'I I I

Capt. ParishContinued I | Two LocalContinued

I ( from Page 1))

( from Page 1)) An English farmer was out in H. Allred, AT2, and J. L. Black-

:' aboard the USS Louisville, USS the field one day, sprinkling pur- man, AE2. .
Langley, USS Saratoga and USS ple dust over the ground, when a tJ.1 Also, A. Bernstein, PH3; J. M.
Ranger, the Captain returned to stranger happened to pass. Breazeale, AD3; C. J. Tyrrell,
Annapolis for postgraduate study "Why are you doing that?" he ;$" AK3; W. H. Johnson, AE3; T. D.
and further study at the California asked. Dilley, AT3; J. L. Cleverly PN3,
Institute of Technology at "To keep the lions away." Ii and R. D.' Palek, PHAN. *

,Pasadena where he, was awardeda '"My dear fellow, don't you This is the first European detachment -
Master of Science degree. know there hasn't been a lion in this year and the' volunteer -
THE CAPTAIN I,assisted in fit- England for over 2,000 years?" list was filled in a matterof
ting out the USS Breton and "Well, confidentially," said the hours.

served as air officer of that escort farmer, "it's a lucky thing .
carrier until Sept. 1943 when this stuff isn't very good." 4 ,
he became executive officer of the ,* 's k II 11r ThreeDayContinued
USS Barnes, participating in the ( from Page 1))
He held her close as the music
Gilbert Islands campaign, initial and back alive without accidents.
drifted into waltz. They didn'tspeak
operations at Tarawa and later in The Bluejackets Inn, Golf
until the lovely strains
the Philippines campaign. Shack Snack Bar and Operations
ended when she gazed and
c He served as Head of Training up Tower Snack Bar will be open
whispered, "This dance makesme
t Literature in the Office of the through the long weekend at
# Deputy Chief of Naval Opera- long for another. L their regular hours.
He'replied: "Yeah, me too. But
tions (Air) and later returned to she nmilrln't...-.._.. come,." I -.... ...-.....-.,......----... The Enlisted Men's Club at
the Navy Department as Deputy PERFORMANCE AWARDS-Comdr. Wilfred E.. Fleshman, NATTCenter, Building 593, will
Chief of Information.He .
left NATTCenter officer, be open Friday and Saturday
( ) commanding presents checks to out-
One "Of
coed to another
served as the first com- : course, standing civilian employees. Five awards were presented fourto from 1200 to 2330.All other Navy
manding officer of NAS Point I wouldn't say anything. about Disbursing personneL Shown are from left Comdr. Flesh- Exchange activities aboard the
Mugu, Calif., and as skipper of her unless it was good, and oh man and winners Pat Crosby, Margaret Sanborn, Hortense Station will be closed these two
Development Squadron (VX-1) boy, is this good! Strickland and Thelmon Chastain. Mrs. Tania Ham was also re-
warded for her work but was not present for the ceremony.Dud' days.
at Key West. In 1954 he assumed The Commissary Store will be
command of the USS Leyte from Professor: "Now use the word
for business but will
open Friday
which he was transferred to the 'defeatist' in a sentence." Pill Used In Dental TestGREAT be closed Saturday through Mon-

staff assignment in London. Student: "Defeatist the best LAKES NTC, ILL- day, reopening July 7.

part of the body." (AFPS)The power of sugges- tive power. The Hobby Shop in Building
AcademyContinued tion versus the power of the pain- When patients returned for 896 will be closed July 3-5.

( from Page 1)) killing pill has been demonstratedanew postoperative examination the
serve one complete intercept and by clinical studies at the next day, they filled out a ques- Girl on train: "Mama, what's the
tour mock-up spaces of CVS, Navy's Dental Research Facility tionnaire on the effects of the name of the last station we stop-
CVA and DDR. here. tablets.Of ped at?"

On July 8, the entire group Following tooth extractions, pa- a total of 3,320 question- Mother: "I don't know. Why?"
will leave for Patrick AFB, Fla., tients received seven types of naires which were later tabu- Girl: "Because little brother
and go from there to visit Pen- unidentfied tablets in coded lated, 32 percent said the patient got off there."
sacola for an aerial demonstration packages. They included aspirin, suffered no pain and used no .

from the Antietam. After APC, NAC, tabein, apromal, apa- tablets. Lad looking through a tele-
the Pensacola visit, the middies mide-and a placebo.A But among the patients; who scope: "God!
will take their annual summer placebo is an inactive pill or used the placebo, 77.10 per cent I Friend: "Aw g'wan, it ain't
medicine with organic reported effective relief. I "
leave. A'JJNNNi'N ::5Y1lti'AtiM1: A.'h.N.LWN: MAFPS no carat that powerful.