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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 24, 1959
Frequency: weekly
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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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VP-741 Wins Coveted Aviation Safety AwardPatrol



Squadron 741, based at VP-741 by Rear Admiral Ken- VAH-5 of NAS Sanford. juries, fewer aircraft destroyedand weekend a month in antisubmarine

NARTU Jax, is among winnersof neth Craig, Commander Fleet The Navy noted it has com- fewer carrier and carrier warfare.
the annual Chief of Naval Op- '
erations Aviation Safety Awardfor Air Jacksonville. pleted its safest fiscal year of landing accidents. VP-741 also won the/ Noel

VP squadronsTHE ACTIVE duty squadrons win- flying on record. Operations ,were COMMANDING VP-741, a Davis Trophy in 1949 and 1956.

AWARD, one of 35 givento ning awards this year included more than seven percent safer P2V Neptune outfit, is Comdr. This is awarded to the most efficient -

outstanding Navy and Marine locally-based YP-5, VA-35, VA- than last year.FISCAL John Briggs of Jacksonville. Re- Aviation Division of the

aircraft units, was presented to 106 and VF-14 of NAS Cecil and 1959 saw fewer inSome servists from this area train oneProficiency Naval Reserve.
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Long Service:



Award (Given :


BetancourtA ( .JA




40-year government serve

ice award was presented last

week to Albert
Betancourt of
the NAS Jax Household Vol.: 17 No. 29 U. S. N. A. Si Jacksonville, Florida 24 September 1959

Goods Field Office by Capt.

James R. Reedy, Station com Tests
manding officer. Pay

Presented 30-year awards were

two employees of NAS Jax Sup-

ply Department, Francis Gard- To Be Given Nov. 3,5

ner and Otto Gundel. While i .

Gardner's civilian duty was at Personnel qualified and recommended for proficiency
Naval Proving Ground Va. and
NAS payment tests had better start "boning up" with. dates of
Jax, Gundel spent 19 and
testing set for November 3 and 5.
one-half in the and
years Navy
November 3 will see E-4 and
10 and one-half years on civilian E-9 and personnel in "G" billetsare
I E-5 personnel taking the test,
duty here. 1 which will be not eligible for "pro" pay
( : 4. the same for both
Native of Key West, the 40- "t this fiscal year.
pay grades. E-6 and E-7 person-

year award winner entered Fed- 'A; ? nel will take an identical exami- YN, PN, SK, DK and HM assigned -
eral service as a messenger boyin A
nation November 5.RECOMMENDATIONS. to recruiting duty are con-
%
Accounting
Department at
sidered working in their rating.
NAS Key West In Sept. 1919. ,.t for
Information
other rates
Leaving Key West in 1932, taking the test have already been on assigned -
Betancourt served in various made by various division officers, to recruiting will be pub-

areas of Navy Supply System at so it's too late to qualify if you lished later.

Norfolk and Miami and spent have not already done so. Most proficiency pay will go to
I E-4 and E-5 persons this time
three and one-half in the
years To be eligible for proficiencypay
out. All ratings are either in
Navy before reporting to NAS ; a person must be working ina
I critical effectiveness
or outstanding -
_
Jax.
billet utilizing the technical
:
catc !ories.
Betancourt was employed by specialty of his rating. He must It:-

Supply Dept. here in June, 1947as complete practical factors, per- Career personnel will get pro-
W1 mtwww .I ;"'''R basis.
ficiency on a
: : ---- pay priority
Storekeeper (General).
40-YEAR VETERAN Albert Betancourt, (left) of 6ND formance tests and training
When
Dept. of Defense House- include
Household Goods Field Office aboard the Station receives courses for next higher grade. CRITICAL rates : AC,
hold Goods Field Office was established Secretary of the Navy 40-year service award from Capt. JamesR. AE, AG, AM, AQ, AT BR, BT,

here, he was chosen to Reedy, NAS Jax commanding officer. The veteran govern- Persons in pay grades E-8 and BU, CE, CT, DM, DT, EM, ET,

be its first Field Officer, and cur- ment employee was honored along with two employees of the FT, GF, GS and IC. .
Station's Supply Department who' reached the 30-year mile
rently serves as Supervisory AVIATOR PARTY Also, IM, JO, LI, MA, ML, MM,
stone. They were Francis Gardner and Otto Gundel.
Storage Specialist (General), MR, MU, NW, OM, PH, PM, PT,

A SecNav letter, read by Capt. I DATE CHANGED QM, RD, RM, SF, SM, SO, SV,

Reedy, stated, "In grateful recog- Medicare Bars SW, TD, TM and UT.
nition and appreciation of your A birthday party observing49th

faithful service anniversary of Naval avi-
to the and
Navy
to the government of the United Seen RemovedMany ation, originally scheduled for Hall, Geier Gain LaurelsAt
Being October 11 has been reset for
States, I take great pleasure in AE School GraduationDavid

presenting this award of service. Friday, October 9. Hall AEMAN of Oak
of the restrictions placed on the, Medicare Pro- The date moved two ,
Signed W. B. Franke, Secretaryof was up Ridge Tenn., and Richard Geier
,
gram last year may be removed within the next few months. days to avoid conflict with
the Navy." AEIAN of Belleville N. J. last
,
That
brighter news for dependents of servicemen was other affairs and to meet ma-

tempered. ,. however, by.a Defense Department spokesman, I jority of desires of area avia- week received laurels for excellent -
work Aviation
who said "while of the at Elec-
DELAY SEEN ON some restrictions -
be lifted the granted approximately" $88 mil- tors.The trician's Mate School, Class A.
planis
may party'to be held at the
NEW
HOSPITALA lion to the for Fiscal
program Hall and Geier honoredat
still under careful study and were
Officers Club at NAS Jax, is
Year 1960.
completely new construc- there are no definite lines drawnas to all aviators. last week's graduation at the

tion replacing present 'Jax to what care will be reinstatedor AS IT NOW stands, wives, open Center school.

Naval Hospital is planned for when it will happen." children and dependent husbands
residing with their military spon-
NOW BEING studied
plansto
are
fiscal 1963 however
year ; sors are authorized treatment at ar f'a.'

stringent funding may delay reinstate outpatient treatmentby military hospitals only, if care is
civilian doctors and hospitalsof
replacement of this facility
according determined and
to be available
to information released accidental injuries (such as

last week by Florida Con- broken arms or legs)' suffered by adequate. by the local installation

gressman Charles E. Bennett. dependent children. surgeon.In
Elective surgery may be rein- some cases now Govern-
The Navy also plans to aug-
stated by Jan. 1, but it was indi- ment-paid medical care by civil-
ment present: medical facilities cated such cases will be rigidly ian physicians can be provided
at Mayport by asking for funds
controlled. without benefit of a permit.
for construction in fiscal 1961
Beginning October 1958, Medicare These are instances of acute
of a 10-bed dispensary with
outpatient clinical facilities. was curtailed due to rising emergencies requiring hospitali-

costs. Congress, however, has (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 5))



I. I Flight Planning Given Big Assist HereInstrument I


What restrictions and facilitiesare Whether military or civilian, flight rules are up-

available at a Naval Air Sta- aircraft landing strips throughoutthe to-date and accurate, and the

tion? What are lengths of its nation are recorded this' office knows whereabouts of all

runways? office. Such information as whether -I' aircraft at all times, through as-

This vital information and much the field has an operations sistacne of newly installed short

more is available for assistanceof i tower available, plus lists of air- range radar equipment.

transient pilots at NAS Jax port facilities is offered the trav- Weather information for the __________________ ____ ___
Operations Department's new eling airman. entire United States is also avail- RECEIVE FLIGHT ASSISTANCE Two Marine aviators

Flight Planning Section. Hundreds of maps giving air- able, in cooperation with Opera- get assistance on a flight to be made to Switzerland Target .

Every bit of information im- ways, flight patterns 'and other tions Aerological Department.. Area from Jeanie Robinson, ACT3. The Wave explains flight
with aid of and charts In the NAS Jax Operations .
aginable may be obtained at the pertinent data may be found on "Notams," or notices to airmen, patterns maps
Flight Planning Section. The pilots, First Lt. John Griffin
information center, organizedonly walls and tables, and in books are kept up-to-date in Flight and First Lt. Phillip Blake, are from Marine Corps Air Facility
recently aboard the Station. around the room. (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) at New River N. C.NARTU's .

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11 24 September ul

Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS


Ability To Meet Limited Aggression

Jf1 -8

To Spotlighted/ In Navy's Future

NAS, Jacbowv...
Capt. James. R. Reedy ....."...,.,........V.......". Commanding Officer "In decade the seaborne inflatingthis pability, the carrier task forces
Capt. Graystoit H. Weber ............................................................. .. Executlvw Officer a quate and will resist According to Admiral
portion of the nation's deter- ,force for three reasons, he Beakley,
NAB Six Reel Air JatluonvtN
; envisions six of
Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig .....................................................................'.. Commander rent/retaliatory strength is added. the' Navy these
Capt. George R. Luker ............................................................ Chief of Staff, Fairfax expected to be composed of "First because the deterrent/ forces which will be cutting tools
Capt. Macpherion Williams .................................................... Chief of Staff, NAB Six Fleet Ballistic Missile sub- retaliatory strength of the US of its numbered fleets, composedof
Fleet Air Wing Cl.ve marines-some 40, more or diversified second, your attack carriers, guided missile
Capt. Robert M. MHner .....................................?..................................... Commander 'less to Vice Ad- must be ; be cruisers, guided missile frigates
Capt.: Charle' L Lambing .......,...................................................,\ Chief Staff Officer according forces do not need to enor- with hope
miral Wallace M. Beakley. mous when they're relativelyfree and destroyers, that
Naval Air Technkal Training Center
Comdr. Robert J. Fleming' .....'................................................... Commanding Officer Admiral Beakley, Deputy Chiefof of attrition, and third, the advances in nuclear propulsionwill
Gomdr. Gerald R. Peanon ........................................................... Executive Officer Naval Operations for Fleet Navy's requirements to meet limited permit one complete nuclear-
V Naval Hoiptol Operations and Readiness, made aggression will be exceed- powered task force.
Capt. Alton C. Abernethy....................................................... Commanding Officer "We have now building, or in
Capt. John G. Feder ........................................................................ Executive OfficerNAR1U this statement to the National_ ingly heavy. test and evaluation, a good por-
graphic ac-
his
e Security Commission of the ADDING TO tion of the aircraft, weapons and
Capt. F. H. Holt ..................t..................................................... Commanding Officer its recent count of the Navy's future, the I' will be in these
Comdr. James L SHmion ....,....,.,..................,...,..............."".......... Executive Officer American Legion at former commander of the Sev- ships that task
meeting in Minneapolis."THE enth Fleet pointed out that the: forces," he said.TOUCHING .

Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at no NAVY considers that its Navy in this future decade will ON all points of
expense to the government and in compliance with NAVEXOS P-95 Rev. July 1958. the future Navy, the Admiral
Distributed free of plans in this respect are ade- I have as heart of its striking ca-
charge to and civilian of
military personnel Fleet Air Jacksonville, stated, "For the more likely
Naval Air Station, Naval' Air Technical, Training Center, Fleet Air Wing II, Naval Air ,-
$
must have
Reserve Training Unit anid! the U. S. Naval' Hospital. limited wars, we three

Service Information Officer ............................ Comdr. D. H. Epperson t' T capabilities."We .
Assistant Service Information Officer .................... Andrew H. Planey must be able to control
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters-Ron Davis, AN; Gene Hagan, JOSN. the sea routes and the air aboveit
Staff Photographer-Joseph O'Brien. PH3. too, and if\ the area of opera-
The Jax Air News is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material : tion-the objective area; second,
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit is given. Photographs,, we must have a capability to
unless otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy Photographs. bring the necessary force to bear
Editorial' offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building Phone ex. area third
in aggression ; we
tensions an
8164, 656, 272 or 216.Successful .
will need to be able to put forces

: promptly ashore in an objectivearea
Leadership Not : and support them against
resistance."
-i r He also touched on the Navy's
New But Still
In High Style research and development pro-
gram and emphasized how it's
So swift has'our way of life become that successful leadership # paying off. Since there are tre-
can now very easily spell out survival itself There can be no f 1 mendous potentials for advance-
debate on an'order if missiles are in the air. ment, the Navy intends to directa
But leadership is not new. It is at least as old as old as written great amount of its effort in
history itself. The difference now lies in our environment. this direction, he said.
THERE IS NOT MUCH THAT you, as an individual, can do 1
to keep this Navy of ours the top, efficient fighting machine that Unit
it has become, and at the same time improve yourself. _New Control

There are no short cuts to leadership. Neither are leaders born, ... ,._
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so it follows naturally that this ability is acquired. CAREER APPRAISAL SCHOOL The many outstanding Designed By Army
One of the
first requirements is knowledge. When you know benefits offered the career man are now being shown at the
your job and know that others are aware that you do, you acquire ComFair Jax Career Appraisal School which got underway Fits All Aircraft
.. another requisite: self confidence.A Monday at the Career Appraisal Center in Building 914, im-
LITTLE STUDY WILL SHOW you that your job is as im- mediately behind the NAS Jax Post Office. Thomas McGuckin Washington (AFPS) Aviavon's -
ADI, (standing) explains some opportunities and benefits to
portant as any of the others around
you. Perhaps you can be a lit- first universal flight con-
this week's class, who will go back to their units and act as
tie more efficient at the same time. This will lead to enthusiasm I&E petty officers.CJareer trol system has been developedfor
which in itself is contagious, and again you will be disclosing an- the Army.Described .
other mark of leadership.You milestone
as a "major
soon discover that most of the traits of good leadership Benefits TaughtAt in airborne technology,"

are interlocking. With the foregoing acquired, you have become the new system is said to be cap-
competant and proficient and it is not something that you, per- Unit able of automatically controllingany
sonally, have to' advertise. Others will know it. New Appraisal type of Army aircraft.

A good leader does not travel a one-way street. He can get the Based upon a new principle involving -
maximum out of his men because they know he is concerned about Expansion of the Navy's Information and Education electronic "building

their best interests and is looking out for them. He keeps them Program is being given an assist by the ComFair Jax Career blocks," it can be installed in

Informed.Is I Appraisal School ,which opened Monday at the Station's various combinations to achieve
this an unusual man? On the contrary. If you look around automation in
of
degree
I CAT Center in Building 914. any
you will see thousands of them. Come on in, the water's fine. instructors include family pro- flight.In .
This week's class of 19 students tection and rights while a serv-
will be the first of weekly ses- iceman is away on duty. The the past, Signal Corps officials -
Sept. Vehicle LETTERS TO THEEDITOR sions attended by petty officers various G. I. benefits also come explained, it was necessaryto
from all divisions at all Naval in for much scrutinization. custom engineer flight control
Date Decals establishments in the Sixth and systems for each type of aircraftor
Eighth Naval 'Districts. Heading staff of the Jax CAT at least to modify them ex-

Expire SoonAll THE JAX school is one of four School is Lcdr. B. J. Holman, of- tensively.The .
makes such
such units now in effect throughout ficer-in-charge. He's assisted by new system
redesign modification unnec-
September date stickers of Dear Sirs, the Navy, inaugurated to put John McCarty, ADC, Thomas and or therefore is expectedto

privately-owned vehicle driven I am writing to thank: you for impetus to handing out career McGuckin, ADI, and John For- essary eliminate millions of dollars of"tailoring"
aboard the Naval Air Station expire publishing the story about our information on local command bes, AMI.
at midnight levels. > expense.
Wednesday, little girl's lost doll (Aug. 27.) I --
September 30. Even though she did not recover Petty officers from as far

The Vehicle Registration Officeat I her doll, we will be ever grate- away as Charleston and Corpus Last Of TV2s 1 I
the Main Gate reminds per- ful for your efforts to help us. Christi will attend the school Goes To
sons with such stickers to renew We had here, to be held weekly."Graduates" ,
only expected a couple
them by close of business Wed- lines under "Lost and Found" I will then serve as Old Planes' Pasture I

nesday to avoid confuion the ,and when we found it in such a'' eudcation and information petty
next day.Vehicles. prominent position on the front officers for personnel of their i The Hornets of' Attack completion of the training syl-
bearing Septemberdate II page it makes our humble respective divisions at whatever Squadron 44 today announced labus.
decals will not be able to "Thank You" seem so small. base or squadron ,they're stationed. retirement of the last TV2 Jet Comdr. Damon W. Cooper,
enter the Station after Wednes- Sincerely yours, Instrument Trainer used for VA-44 commanding officer,

day. Shirley B. Ziegler THEY WILL have at their the formal instrument training in announced his squadron has
Documents needed for renewalare Navy. now completely transitionedto
fingertips answers' to all pertinent Lcdr. Bill Raposa, sixth avia-
valid liability insurance pol- State Man the swept-wing F9F8-T
icy (1-20-5)), current state registration Washington questions regarding careersof tor in the entire Fleet to be Cougar.

identification card or Tops AO (A) Graduates : Navy personnel.The checked out in jet planes way Comdr. Cooper stated he

badge and current driver's li- Top man at Aviation Ord- five-day course covers back first in to 1945 fly, and the among the believes the TVs would be

nanceman School, Class A, grad- over one hundred instructions on Star" "Shooting used for proficiency purposesby
cense. uation last week was Robert and benefits was the pilot chosento Air Stations for some timeto
Dale Jr., of Alderwood Manor, career opportunities formally retire the last come, but the higher per-
First Poodle: "What have you Wash. which the average Navyman is TV2, number-372. formance Cougars give the
done to hair?" of especially those on Purpose of the flight
your Dale, who joined the USNR in unaware was a student pilot a more realistic
Second Poodle "I got a lady 1957, will report to NAS Sand first hitches. I "check hop" given to Lt jg) picture 'of Naval aviation as
cut." Point, Seattle, Wash. Most common queries asked Chuck Blum of VW-4 upon it is today.





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24 September 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3



Station 'Sourdough' Brings Vivid Tales Of




Rugged Homesteading Days In Wild AlaskaEver


(4r

:. wonder just how it would be to live in the wilds of Alaska? To learn of life

? in the distant northwest state, the Jax Air News spoke to an officer aboard the Station

r who homesteaded": in a desolate area of Alaska and opened his own community store

: and post office many years ago.A .

native of San Francisco, Lcdr.
began setting up camp. Soon he claims. While 20 to 30 snares may
Irvin Lee "always liked the out-
noticed that other homesteaders, be set, one or two coyotes may
doors and just decided to live in
mostly US veterans, began 'moving be trapped each month, bringing
Alaska.
in rapidy. 25 dollars apiece.
IT WAS SPRING of 1948 when
UNTIL ROADS were completed, However, he points out, hunters
Lee of Navy
x just out the began
;
f food was packed on back from shoot larger game, such as moose
walking from the
small
L fishing the native village of Kenai, with and bear, and grouse, ducks and
village of Kenai to what was
a population of approximately 300. geese, which are very plentiful.
later to become the communityof
Soldotna. After camp was completed, Lee There are also some. wild sheep

k ::f ? When he made the 12-mile immediately small began store constructionof and and goats in Alaska, he adds.
a grocery ap-
AS FOR MOOSE hunting Alas-
,
hike pack his back there
on were for of
plied operation a community
kans don't shoot them often, although -
no highways in this area, (southern :
post office.
I they are found in abundance -
Alaska) roads
although were His
commissary store beganto
I in winter months. Thereis
,
under construction:After arrivingat
and 200
prosper, soon some de-
an "unwritten law Lee
"HERE'S MY HOMESTEAD Proclaim Lcdr. Irvin Lee of a satisfactory spot, he proceeded customers were coming from a ,
clares that hunters shoot
NARTU Jax a* he points on map to portion of Alaska where he to fly to the district land office hundred miles away. Trappingis only

homesteaded for four years beginning back in 1948. Equippedwith in Anchorage, 60( miles to the prominent in the winter. Rab- moose when in need of food.

only meager supplies and a very little money. Lcdr. Lee north, found the land available, bits for food although Since two moose last a family
left his native California and walked 16 his selected desolate and are trapped nearly a year, shooting is infrequent I
filed for 'a homestead.
spot from a fishing Tillage 12 miles away. He opened a com bounty hunting for coy- I
munity store and post office in Soldotna. The "sourdough" hopes With axe and saw, Lcdr. Lee otes is most profitable, Lcdr. Lee

to return to Alaska after his Navy discharge. __ ."'N".v.,..., _.. .'.' ', ........................ n'"....,_. ..........'....................... .._..:..a' Often, a dozen may be seen at
once 1 bedded: down or feeding on

I birch or aspen trees just outside

I Classified I Marine NCOs cabin doors.

Fishing in Alaska is good, too.

For Sale Submit ResultsOf Trout and salmon are plentifuLIn

$ fact, Lee claims that when
4-Bdrm, 2 bath hse. Avondale. _
salmon are running in freshwater
EV 7-6887 after 1700. SymposiumWashington
streams and rivers, no baitis
L
45' 1955 Stewart hse, tlr. 2 : ,, Y A
(AFPS) Marine used for catches. Fishermen
story. 3 bdrm \Vt bath. Air Condo
Corps Headquarters has starteda simply cast treblehook into icy
$4,000.00 SP 1-0582.
study of 100 recommendations water, and hook the fish, theyare
50' 1956 Victor Supreme hse
submitted to the Commandant by so dense in water.
tlr. 3 bdrm air cond. reasonable
I ....
fourth annual Staff NCO
the
price. SP 1-1552. r' TWO PRIMARY parts of Alas
:
Trailer lot for rent $10.00 per Symposium.Held I 4 1 4 4 f kan's diet, according to the sour-

mo. SP 1-1552. at Cherry Point MCAS, I dough," are salmon and moose

N.C., the five-day conference was yH'K' w .yam' i meat wihch tastes much like (
M
4-Bdrm, hse, \Vi bath, in Vene- ..... ,
attended by delegates from 19 .. :JM."I.1. :
beef. While moose is often eaten
tia. 4168 Timuquana Rd. See c-z-.4 -- \ :.; } ,}....".:.
major Marine Corps commands. once daily, salmon is on the table
for
owner terms. $21,250.00, EV :
4-7443. STAFF agencies in Washingtonare ,.' ..... -ti-"" two or three times weekly. Wild

evaluating each of the recom- ... """ ,. berries including lingen berries,
.. Equity in 3-Bdrm hse. for saleor n ;fi; t..I: ; -I-- _", ,
mendations, which cover 59 sub- blueberries salmon 'berries and
,
trade. Near NAS Corpus CONSIDERABLE CONTRAST-Here is the properly Lcdr.

Christi, Tex. SP 1-0483 after':. jects pertinent to morale, wel- Lee owned in southern Alaska as it stood ten years ago whenhe raspberries, are eaten'for' dessert.

1600. fare and improvement of Marine was homesteading at Soldotna, 60 miles couth of Anchorage. There are easily found in sum-

Corps standards. Above, dwelling, constructed of logs and shingled in the winterof mertime.As .

For Rent Among the actions requestedby '48, stands in shallow ,snow. Below, Lcdr. Lee rides mowing
3-Bdrm furn, hse. 2' bath, machine in field of hay, part of ISO-acre farm. In background for transportation, every-
patio. 1944 Constant Dr. Nor- the symposium were the fol- is "wind row" for purpose of breaking wind in severe storms. He one travels in sleds, and on skits

lowing: raised steers, hogs and chickens on the ,farlt). and snow shoes during winter.

9-8883.mandy Village. $110 per mo. EV It was suggested that a resumeof .:"' ,:>.<""w......' .,, '.,...""',,,.,,w....: ... '.."" .,,.:....,:.:."'..."...,.,,,'....'N"",.',..'.''....' ......,"<.,. ..,,..w.f...W"" .,.,.,....,.,:.......6-''",,".'.. ....... Dogs for pulling sleds are a

3-Bdrm unfurn, hse. Swimming service, to include schools attended "dime a dozen," Lee proclaims.Most .

fenced 3519 and types of duty per- families own at least a
pool. yard Washingtonian -
.
formed, as well as'an evaluationof Y;f':#'';7; X couple dogs, usually either husk-
:
St. $125 mo. EV 9-8883. '!?':','AYy:ff ; ;} y.f.fi?uV2; {

2-Bdrm.. furn hse near NAS, service performed, be preparedfor { ::;" ; ,+ti' : ., V ies or malemutes.
L ( : '
to .a
3
k.y.4 ka ; '
{ }
; rffi .
j ;
personnel retirement. :,( vyt..., : wk }
upon "., f <
of sleds
to
water furn. 4423 Melrose Ave. $90 u :a. : .f ; Contrary our use
ANOTHER request asked that S < r .:.,} R: '! } ;Crr.
.per mo. EV 8-1989. .fiv"EMji and skiis, these area a necessityin
2-Bdrm. turn. bungalow, with Headquarters devise a post card Alaska for transportation,
form to be sent to HQMC
upon
rather than
garage. 4095 Park street, corner sport.
completion of two three
Park and Roosevelt. RA 4-7680. or years Prices are considerably higher
duty at a command.
30' 1-Bdrm Liberty hse, tlr.$60 than here, since large portion of
This card would include
per mo. incl. elec. 5829 Morse spaces goods are imported from the US.
for information as to anticipateddate
Ave. SP 1-1360. However, settlers are often self-
of transfer, where, or lengthof
Unfurn hse. for rent, kit equipt. supported, and aren't affected by
time a Marine will be stayingat
screened front porch, water furn high prices. Many times homesteaders
his present station in event no
free. $50.00 per mo. 5148 101st St.: provide 80 percent of
transfer is expected within six
SP 1-1142. _their food, and some even 100
months or a
year.
3-Bdrm hse. Ig. Fla. rm. cen- percent.
This information would be fill
tral heat and air cond., fenced ed out and BREAD, WHICH is baked in
by Headquarters returned -
yard 5742 Cedar Forest Dr. SP to the individual concerned 4Ik1 h Alaskan bakeries, may sell for

1-2245 after 1700. 50 cents loaf while most-
allowing him to make his a eggs,
2-Bdrm unfurn hse., kit. equip. ly imported, sell for a dollar a

5123 Marlene Ave. EV 9-4640. plans accordingly. Ifs A Pound Mom! 7 Girls 6 Ozs. dozen.

2-Bdrm hse. kit equip, 6110 Conferees at this year's sym- ,
posium included 31 senior NCOs The Russians can have their Although lighting was by kero-
Ortega Farms Blvd. $75 per mo. with seven-pound, 15J%-ounce and gasoline lanterns when
sene
and their wives plus two Women I moon missile; let the Giants
EV 8-8269. Marines. their Willies-the Jax Air Joseph Patrick, Jr., all in the Lee homesteaded in Alaska 11
unfurn hse. 4357 Da- keep
3-Bdrm ,
of several months. The
space years ago, things have changed
News has something it's real
Vinci (Venetia) $120 per mo. EV editors have all boys, too. somewhat. Now, he says, modern
proud of, too.
9-1720. Machine Accountant Pink is now the color of the roads run through Saldotna, and

Furn apt., gas and elec pd.. 204 Striker Is Needed The ice is broken! After four day in Room 230, Ad Building. settlers enjoy conveniences of

River Rd. Orange Pk. consecutive boys were born into r
Persons with the rate of sea- News staff electricity and, supermarkets.Lcdr. t
the families of Air
MiscellaneousNavy man/airman or below are invited smashed 'GET ACQUAINTED' LUNCHEON Lee sold his 160-acre
members the barrier -
wife wishes to share 3- was \ special I "get acquainted"
to strike for the rating of Naval'Hospital. Alaskan farm when he was recalled -
the
Bdrm hse. in Normandy Village machine accountant. Sunday at meeting of Marine Career Wivesis
into the Navy. He still desires -
phone after 1800 or weekends. EV Applicant must have a com- A seven pound, six ounce GIRL planned for October 5 at 1930
was born to Gene Hagan, JOSN, to someday return to the
4-3861. in Building 572.
bined GCT and ARI of 110, haveat '
Widow will share modern 3- least 10 months ,obligated and Mrs. Hagan. Sheri Lynn is All wives of enlisted membersof adventuresome life of the out-

Bdrm. hse with Navy couple or shore duty, with 24 months total her name. the Marine Corps are welcometo doorsman.

lady, convenient to NAS and Ce- obligated service remaining.The Sports writer Ron Davis, AN, attend. Next time, however, he wants .

cil Field. EV 9-9038 or EV 4-2510. successful applicant must and Mrs. Davis welcomed a six- to go to extreme southeastern

pound,* four-ounce boy, Ronald Nothing makes woman madder '
work the
Riders wanted to and from be willing to on Supply Alaska where he plans to homestead -
Norfolk. Leaving Jax Oct. 9, returning Department night shift in Connection Joseph Jr. into the fold then than not being asked to joina .

Oct. 12, contact Rebman, with operation of electric photographer Joseph O'Brien, club she doesn't want to belong "again, "starting' from

4811 Beach Rd. accounting machines. PH3, and Mrs. O'Brien came up to. scratch.





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I I New Name is Still Being Sought For Passive DefenseThe I


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Fleet-wide contest to
instituted this namechangingcontest more positive connotation. causes, also.
change the name of "Passive De-
Passive defense is defined as: All military and civilian per- r3
fense" is currently underway Need to 'operate Fleet support "Consisting of measures taken to sonnel are invited to help find a

throughout the Naval establishment facilities during and after an reduce probability and to mini- more suitable name for "Passive
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enemy attack makes it manda- mize effects of damage caused by Defense." Submit your entry to )

Firm in the belief the phrase tory the Navy have effectively hostile action without employing NAS Jax Plans Office, Room 241, 1

"Passive Defense" defeats the trained and equipped passive defense weapons or initiating offensive Main Ad Building extension 313. h ]
forces. action." Deadlinefor entries is Octo- ]
beet attitude and effort In carrying It's believed this objective can In the case of shore stations it ber 1. Originator of selected title

I out responsibilities for this be better carried out if present is interpreted to include protec- will receive an appropriate

I type of defense, the Navy has title is changed to one with a tion from damage by natural award. 'With TheToastmasters :


BLOOD Credit UnionsMushroom J

D QNOR.t .
j

rrrIPti In Navy Civilian Toastmasters (

have changed date of their instal- 1

Scant TimeThe lation banquet to October 13 at ]
Karl Hellenthal's Restaurant At J

House of Representatives the meeting to which wives and

I commemorated 25th- anniversaryof guests have been invited, incom- 1

) the Credit Union Act June 25, ing officers will officially be in- 1
'
I : setting aside two hours for that stalled.A J

___ purpose. joint meeting with the Mar-
Congressmen and Senators of Nav Toastmasters sometime in (

I both parties paid tribute to the October is also on the agenda.At .

I movement Credit unions wete '
Tuesday evening's session,
Eighty-seven more civilians from NAS summed James Oliverof
up by Rep.
speeches by Les Comee and Paul
Jax have joined the blood donor honor Maine as: the essenceof the (
Ames highlighted program.
roll following contributions 'his month. S r democratic capitalism at its i
Comee chastised manufacturers
I From Overhaul end Repair are P. R. finest." for misleading the public with 1

I Roney, T. H. Love, L J. Nowotny, J. I.I I. There are more than 18,000 false advertising and pointed out i

I lusher, W. A. Poley, L. H. Miller, H. L. credit unions in the United States. gullibility of the public and the 1

I Arnott, G. W. Sweat, B. E. Scott, C. E. About one-half of these are Fed- government in his "Trade Asso-

Hardy, J. F. Darrah, W. U Patterson, A. eral Credit Unions, the remainder ciations Save You Money;" Ames

lawson, A. S. Heriot, D. D. Neifert, R. K. state chartered. delivered his Icebreaker., }
Reinhardt, J. D. Wilsher, R. W. Smythe, Credit unions can be found j
J. J. Wensten, Marion Ricko, R. L Stevenson ,;;:;;,w ,.___' among all sorts of groups includ- Toastmaster was Andy Planey
W. T. Maloney, E. W. Black and P. J. INAUGURATE NEW SCHOOL Comdr. Edson Loflui, ing government, fraternal I with Ezra Batte as table topics (
Antonelli. (standing) assistant to the NATTCenier executive officer, goes schools, religious, amusement and chairman. Heading the evaluators
over personnel quotas with his instructors prior to opening of was head critic Junior Teske,
Also from O&Rt E. K. Rachels, A. C. the newly organized Naval Leadership School at the Center. business. with Marv Blumberg and Bill '
Daymude, S. Nolan, L. J. Norman, R. D. The two'week course, compulsory for all ship's company personnel Over five million members of 1
between E-3 and E-6 should start its first class September the unions Clearman as individual critics.
McCleary, E. G. Eckford, J. W. Farley, credit have savings of
28. Forming nucleus of the school are, left to right. Lcdr. Lawton Green
grammarian
i. c. A. Thomas, A. C Granthum, W. A. nearly two billion dollars. was -
John Freeman, John Loftus. AEC Neal Gieske, AOC, and with John Will ]
Wallace, C. L Taylor, M. J. Poole, H. B. Gerald Cummings, Each credit union operates as timekeeper
Duncan, A. G. Martin, Sr., J. W. Seegars, within itself with officers selectedby and John Lindberg as "Er"

I' D. R. Riles, A. Wiggins, E. G. Brewer, PNC.Application vote from the membership of Counter.
NROTC
J. T. Chaney, O., J. Ward, W. J. Lucas, each separate CU. (

Jr., J. R. Diehl and J. W. Baird. The Jax Navy Federal Credit OfficerT-Master :

From Public Works are: P. B. Hayes, Union salutes the movement. Still

F. R. Krazit, B. B. Carrol, B. Finn, T. H. Deadline Date NearEligible very young the local group is Club Selects :

Gilbert, R. W. McDaniel., J. S. Daniel, nevertheless proud to be partof Area
A. J. Yarbrough, E. A. Turknett, N. A. Navy and Marine Corps enlisted persons again the system of self-help and

Hawkinson, R. A. Pens, H. Music, C. G. :I may participate in the Navy College Aptitude Test, qualifying determination which has advanced Contest Speaker :

Fyfe, O. L Brown, G. E. Cowie, C. J. examination f.Cr.th Regular NROTC Program. credit unions to such a high

Nunnery, E. J. Nieters, J. B. Tobbs, F. E. Deadline for recctipt'of nomi- standing in so short a period. Navy Jax Officers ToastmastersClub 1
I, nations at BuPers is October 19. pre-law and others not compat- I
Selby, Amos lee, and C. M. Anderson. 546 held its semi-annual
I Supply Dept. Includes A. R. Dowling, THE TEST will be given to ible with Navy requirements, are speech contest at the NAS Jax :
not available however. TIDE TABLE .
Jack Davis, J. J. Folk, I. G. West, Helen enlisted and civilian candidates Officers Club last Thursday even-
I Voight, A. S. Rawls, S. Chester, V. A. i December 12 for enrollment, in Candidates must be betweenthe HIGH LOW
21'on AM PM AM PM ing.The
j, Saunders, Mary, Hughes, A. Jones, P. W. the fall of 1960. ages of 17 and July 1 event was preceded by a
Moore, R. Welsh, B. H. Treakle of year of enrollment, unmarried, Tides at Atlantic Beach:
E. D. About 2,000 appointments will cocktail party in the Walnut
and be high- Fri. 1:09: 1:43: 7:13: 8:05:
physically qualified
Wright, A. J. Ivie, R. V. Hartley and be made, 200 of which will be Room and was attended by toast-
Sat. 2:06: 2:40 8:14 9:03
school graduates or have equiv- :
M. I. Broome. enlisted active masters their ladies.
personnel on duty. guests, and
alent certificates. Sun 3:05: 3:37: 9:15: 9:57:
Ruth Brooks donated from Industrial Successful candidates will be Participating in the speech
Qualifed apply to
Relations. appointed midshipmen in the persons may contest were Army CoL Tom
their i commanding officers for More than 253,000 pedestrians
Naval Reserve and, upon graduation Knight, Comdr. Clancy Rich, Air
joined the Luckless
nomination to take the aptitudetest. Legion last
commissioned Ensigns Force 1st Lt. Fritz and
or
Capt De/ong, / Details may be found in year; a 10 per cent increase over Hellings
Second Lieutenants and orderedto BuPers Instruction IIII.4C. 1957. Air Force 1st Lt. Dick Blanken-
active duty for at least four ship.
Wears Two Hats . .
years. Lt. Hellings was chosen winnerof

Capt.Henry C.DeLong former TUITION, textbooks, labora- the event and will representthe
NATTCenter commandingofficer tory fees and required uniformsare Club in the Jacksonville Area

now wears "two hats" provided by, the Navy duringthe Toastmasters Speakoff.

as he took over reins as Acting four-year college c6urse. Guest speaker for the eveningwas

I Chief of Naval Air Basic In addition to this, NROTC m Comdr. R.. J. Fleming, com-

I\ Training at Pensacola. midshipmen receive $600 a year < manding officer of NATTCenter.

Currently commanding officer to assist in financing living ex- He was installed as an honorary

of NAS Pensacola, Capt. penses. member of the Club

DeLong will be acting CNBA- Appointees may pursue any ofa
TRA until the post is filled number of courses leading to

permanently.Capt. baccalaureate degree at one of 52 Navy Lets $3.5 Contract

DeLong was com- NROTC colleges and universities. For Guardian II Engine

manding officer of NATTCenter CERTAIN courses, such as
Washington A $3.5
from October 1954 to Oc- (AFPS) -
tober 1956. medicine dentistry, theology, million contract for production of

Guardian II, pre-packaged rocket
Guided Missile Ship To
Bus Driver: "Hurry up, Sarge, engines has been awarded by
we can't wait all day." Carry Name Of Halsey the Navy to the Thiokol Chemical

WAC Sgt.: "I won't be a min- The late Fleet Admiral WilliamF. Corporation.

ute. Wait till 1 get my clothes Halsey Jr., will have a guided A recent development that may
"
on. missile frigate named in his hon- result in simplified and speedier
There was a terrific strainingof ; :
missile launchings, the GuardianII
necks the WAC boarded the or.The f
as
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warship to bear the lateAdmiral's "---N" i *" g
bus with .a barracks bag full of CENTER C. O. HONORED Comdr. Robert J. Fleming incorporates tankage, propel-
laundry. monicker is designated (left) commanding ,officer of the Naval Air Technical Training lants and thrust chamber in one

a 0 the DLG-23 and has a construc- Center, was honored last week: at the meeting of Navy Jax integrated package ready to be
tion date set for Decemberat Office Toastmu.ten.Club. 546 Comdr. Fleming was installed
Dafjynishuns: Hollywood-Induction early U an honorary member at the meeting at the 'Of Club. NaJd.ng] fired as soon as it reaches the
center for Reno. San Francisco. presentation is Lt. Malcolm Bailer of VA-44. field.



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I. ;.' orne' .',' .'. 1.., J NIL Rabies Still A ProblemThe

Navy Wives Club No. 86 met -

in the Yukon Clubhouse September NAS Jax Medical Officer
apprehended the Medical Officer -
,
16 for its regular meeting. reports the viral diseaseof
4 the animal
can only assume
Hostesses were Mesdames Alfred rabies is still a public
may have been rabid, esp& al1y
Higgins, H. R. Eitzen and Wall- health problem.
if it occurred in an epidemicarea.
ace Everoski. <; ; :: Authoritative figures in the .

Mrs. George Russell and Mrs.S. Navy Medical News Letter show TREATMENT of the bite wound
only five to 10 deaths yearly
E. Waldo were welcomed as includes encouragement of free
from the disease. Some 6,000 or
members to the club.
new rabid animals bleeding, thorough cleansing, using -
more are reported
The monthly social scheduled, soap or detergents and water,
each year, however, and at least
for the Skeet Club was rainedout and fuming nitric acid in deep
50,000 persons receive rabies vac-
but held in the Clubhouse without
: was puncture wounds all

:3t September 19. Mrs. Martin cine.ALTHOUGH chief source of suturing, if possible.If .
Pelloin and Mrs. Boyd Rice were the biting animal is known
exposure of man to rabies is the
t party chairmen.A to have been rabid, local infiltra-
dog, proper control can eliminate
t "Pot Luck Luncheon" was tion of up to 5 ml. antiserum is
canine rabies from any area.
held September 18 at the Clubhouse recommended.Bites .
There is now a growing aware-
and fashions from the Not
that are deeply penetrating -
V I ness of a consideable reservoirof
New Shop were shown. rabies in foxes, skunk and those causing shock or fever,

Mrs. James Murphy was in JOB WELL DONE Capt. James R. Reedy, (left) NAS bats. and bites on the head or neck

1 charge of the fashion showingand Jax commanding officer, presents commendations to a quartetof Two steps are important to should be treated immediatelyfor
Mrs. Barbara Canady super- men of NAS Jax Ordnance and Gunnery Division of Operations follow when a person is bitten rabies.
Department at a recent meritorious mast. The four were
vised the luncheon.The .
by animal. First, identification Single dose of antiserum shouldbe
, cited for devotion to duty at the Pinecastle Impact Area (target any
1I l Club is planning to sponsor area) this summer. Commended were, from left Charles Gouer and apprehension of the animal given at once. Administrationof

a spaghetti dinner at the Civ- MN1, James Wagers, GM3, Jasper Kennedy MN2, and Carl should be accomplished.Second vaccine should be started. if
ilian Cafeteria of the Station Oc- Hutto, MN2.ARPA. the wound should be antiserum is not available. If
I
>1 tober 1 from 1700 to 2000. Costis treated. the biting animal remains nor-

95 cents for adults and 50 cents Directs' Nations THE ANIMAL should, be und- mal, no further treatment is nec-

for youngsters.
There will be dinner music, Clinical diagnosis of suspected When the animal is known to

door prizes and balloons for the Missile Space StudiesWashington rabies is enough to start treat- be rabid in these cases, antiserumis

kiddies. Tickets may be obtained ment.If given 'immediately and daily

from any club member. (AFPS-Authorized) under its charter to engage I the animal is healthy 10 vaccine doses administered for

Next regular meeting of the in advanced research projects assigned by the Secretary days after the bite, the possibilitythat 21 days. '

Club is scheduled for October 7 of Defense, the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) I rabies could have been When the exposure has been

at the Yukon Clubhouse and all was established' Feb. 7, 1958.* I transmitted is eliminated in all mild and the biting animal is
wives of enlisted men of the It's a combination of one staff-' cases except bites by bats.If i vaccine doses
: normal, no are
designed to conduct the research
Navy and Marines are welcome. type division and three opera- to produce the biting animal cannot be I started. If the animal is rabid,
a
tional divisions.The necessary maneu-
daily doses of vaccine must be
verable, recoverable space ve-
is
staff section of ARPA
Radio Operator Exams hicle. SUPERVISOR given for 14 days.
the Advanced Research Projects

Scheduled October 24 Division, which is part of the Institute Project Sentry the develop
GROUP ELECTSNational
The Federal Communications for Defense Analyses.This ment of an advanced satellite College Math Course

Commission is planning to con- division is staffed by 50 reconnaissance system. Association of Sup- Registration ClosingA

duct examinations for commer- scientists and engineers and or- Project Centaur-designed to ervisers, Local 11, elected officers college-level algebra courseis

cial radio operator and extra ganized into three major branches produce a new high energy upper for the coming year at to be offered by General Ex-

general class amateur radio op- : Ballistic Missile Defense, stage engine to provide a four-to- regular meeting of the group tension Division 6f Florida andis

erator Saturday, October 24, at Space Technology and Solid Pro- five-ton payload capability when last week. open to interested military and
Jones Business College in Jack- pellants. used as a second stage to an The new slate of officers is civilian personnel.The .
due to be installed in October.
sonville. ICBM booster.
to be held Tues-
Functioning under the Director course,
Anyone interested in taking Orion-the Elected were: D. L. King, 16 weeks
and Deputy Director-Rear Adm. Project study of the days from 1900-2130 SOT ,
these exams should contact H. president; C. N. Williams,vice-
John E. Clark-the operational possibility of using controlled nu- carries three semester hours
Geiser, TERMC( at extension divisions are: Policy and Planning clear detonations to propel a president; W. Chance, secre- credit and will cost 27 dollars
379. rocket. tary; T. Cox, treasurer; W. textboo
Technical Operations and plus
Tarr, sergeant-at-arms, and
Financial Management and Re- Classes will be held at Central
three trustees: L. L. Wood, G.
n. ports. Grammar School, East ChurchSt.
a Horn and C. Hardy.All .
.a Basically, ARPA is responsiblefor Longevity Pins members of the Associa- Last chance to register is
projects in three general areas Tuesday night at the school.
attend the
tion are urged to
-military space technology ad- Awarded 34 installation of officers dance
vanced research and developmentof carded for October 24. Daf/ynlshuns: Waves Girjs}
I future ballistic missile defense, who go down to the sea in slips.
O&R WorkersLongevity
and propellant chemistry.At .

the present time the agencyis
service awards
I wK v 4'rt working en ten projects. Theyare were i:1,..8k
<
R.
issued last week to Overhaul and

Project: Saturn-a new space I Repair Department employees by

booster, consisting of a cluster of I Capt. Thomas B. Haley, NAS Jax

eight ballistic missile type liquid O&R Officer. :'

propellant rocket engines, with a I Receiving 15-year pins were 20 ___
total thrust capability of about employees, while 14 were awarded -

1,500,000 pounds. It is expectedto five-year pins.

enter flight status in late 1960. Fifteen years government serv-

Project Defender the entire 'I ice has been completed by John

a"y,:ygy. ARPA effort in the field of bal- Diehl, George Hull Jr., Abner

listic missile defense, consisting Lynch, Elmore Meetze, Estelle

of more than 50 programs. I Padrick, Charles Walker, Fred .

Project Midas the develop I Minor Jr., Richard i Morgan, / 4 H

ment of an early warning system I Stewart Mowery and Ralph Nor-

against ballistic missile attacks. ton.

based on the use of satellites. I Also, Wilbe'rt Priester, Jack

Project Discoverer- an "open- Sloan, Earl 'Starling, George

end" research program for the Sweat, Leopold Tucker, Billy

development pf advanced space Ussery, Alexander Wiggins, Lawrence -

vehicles and systems to perform Wolfe, Benny Woodhamand

sopisticated tasks in space. Howard Young.

Project Transmit a system of For five years Service, Robert

using satellites for navigational Bernhard, Frank: Brooks, Samuel \k

purposes. It is planned to providean Bundrick, Charleton Bushmanand :
all-weather Norman Cain were presented r
instantaneous, sys- -
--s iid AN1''GIVEN'1ioNO
> s'iWNXdSgicC Hyatt
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DEPT. STORE DOLL-Shapely tem for determining position at pins.Also (right) of NAS Jax Marine Barracks receives commendationfrom
Sandy'' Collins displays the any point on the globe by passive on the five-year roster his commanding officer, Col. Duane Fults at a meritorious
the form that won her title of means. were Frederick Collins, Bill Con- mast last week. Sgt. Hyatt volunteered for a variety of duties
-America's Prettiest Depart- Project Courier-the first phasein ner, John Curtis Jr., Benjamin and performed them well, in addition to handling his assignedtask
ment Store Model" The 20- the development of a communications Dense, Roscoe Fulford, Charlie of Police Sergeant. Among extra duties carried by Hyatt
year-old blonde models at a were NCO in charge of most color guard details and as 'escort
department store in Altenlown. satellite system. Hall, James Hendricks, Landley for deceased personnel. He also provided a laundry and dry
Pa. Project "Mrs. V-a program Howard and Raymond Howe. cleaning service on, his off-hours at no charge.





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PraisesThe Forty births were reported at
the Naval Hospital recently, with
spirit of friendliness an the same number of girls as boys, 11I
cooperation has again earned 20-20.
praise for NAS Jax.
Born August 10 were Susan
In h letter from the commanding L Gail, to Garret Whitlatch, PR2,
officer of Naval Reserve and Mrs. Whitlatch; Robert Markto

squadron VA-833, home-based at Lt. and Mrs.; Robert Dobel-

Floyd Bennett Field, the Stationis ty,. stein; and Bruce, to M/Sgt. and
applauded for the excellent Mrs. Joseph O'Conor.

manner in which its Aircraft : Seven little tykes checked in

Maintenance Department hosted August 11: Randall Duwayne to
the unit while the Reserves were Everett Brown, AE1, and Mrs.
on their annual training cruise. g Brown; Kenneth Wayne to Ho-

THE LETTER, addressed to JIrY4i1 ; bart Harcrow, AM2, and Mrs.
NAS Jax commanding officer, ; Harcrow; Christopher Randolphto

reads in part: ___-In Harold Jackson, AT3, and Mrs.
This cruise was highly success- L 4t4 Jackson; Mark Allen to Danny

ful A major reason was avail- __.........-._._ ....,,\.. .... ...,_.v"' wv_ _. _Q ___ ._m_ Hopper, AN, and Mrs. Hopper;
ability of excellent space and ser- SUPPLY SAFETY CITED Disposal Division of the Station's Supply Department was com- Clifford Awtrey to Clifford Hart,
vices provided by you, your officers mended by the NAS Jax commanding officer recently for excellent safety record for fiscal 1959. ET1, and Mrs. Hart; and Kath-
and men. The division performed its duties without a lost-time accident during"the 12-month period. Left leen Lois to Harold McKinley,
to,right are, Lcdr. Robert Weir, Disposal Officer William Williams, Leadingman Flame Cutter Ed- .
SA and Mrs. McKinley.Born
"We were particularly impressed ward Forrest, Supply Property Disposal Officer B. L. McCreery, Assistant Supply Officer George ,
with ability of Comdr. Hodgen Murdock Supply Property Disposal Assistant, and Charles Hawkins, Leadingman Stockman. August 12 were Donna
(Comdr. C. L. Hodgen, Aircraft Ann to Norris Willitts, YN3, and .
Maintenance Dept. Officer) and Mrs. Willitts; Charles Carlton to
staff to quickly respond to our Salvage Employees HonoredFor WANTED! Lt. and Mrs. George McAlister; 1

request for space Mark Andrew to Andrew Brady

ITS TO BE noted our request Excellent Mark"Recognition A civilian woman is neededto DC2, and Mrs. Brady; Mary
fill of 1
staff
Safety
a on
reached Comdr. Hodgen about vacancy Kathleen to George Russell, AMI,
the Air News.
0900 on August 25 and we were and Mrs. Russell, and Cecil Ma-
l in full operation in less than two Is given to per- Person wanted must have rion III to A/2C and Mrs. Cecil
Bernard McCreery, Assistant working knowledge of news- c
hours. sonnel of Disposal Scrap and Harger.
Supply Officer. paper business, should be good
"Military bearing, flexibilityand Salvage Section, Disposal Divi- One of the department's em- typist and capable of getting Born August 13 were baby boyto 10o2
aggressive desire to assist sion, NAS Jax Supply Depart- ployees, William Williams, Lead- along with people. James Thompson, SN, and Mrs.
their excellent record
ment for
on part of your officers and men ingman Flame Cutter, was pre- Staff members enjoy pleas- Thompson; baby boy to Charles s
achieved in duties
set excellent for all performing Hopkins, SK2, and Mrs. Hopkins
an example sented a pin for eight nonconsecutive ant working conditions, five ; al
accident dur-
lost-time
of us, particularly the enlisted without a without lost-time baby boy to Felician Cortez, AN,
years a day week, and good pay.
ing the 12 month period ending
personnel who have no extended accident.An Contact Air News editor, ex- and Mrs. Cortez; baby boy to
June 17 1959.
. active duty. award for one year of su- tesion 216/8164, or visit Room William Smith, AD3, and Mrs. E
It's clear your staff has createda Thus reads a safety commen-' pervision without a lost-time accident 230,Main Administration Bldg. I Smith; baby girl to Kenneth
very favorable impression for dation from the Station commanding was presented to Edward Hoffman. AC2. and Mrs. Hoff- 0

the Navy on individuals who are officer, read to Disposal Divi- Forrest, Supervisory Property man, and boy to Lt. and Mrs. 0

t basically civilians. sion personnel at brief out-door Disposal Officer of the NAS Jax' Navy Stadium Prudenso Gallegos. 0
"Realizing the danger of sing- ceremonies last week by Comdr. unit. Born August 17 were Janet 11

ling out individuals for praise, Renee to Anthony Capetta, AN,

we thanks would to like Comdr.you Hodgen to expressour Lt ;';,'.",::::)i:.:::; :; :it..4.t: i; };. i h td.; : .: Dedication, To and Mrs. Cappeta, and Valeri Annto
::;: : ;: :: Douglas Murphy, AN, and Mrs.
(jg) B. W. Shepard, F. M. Col- : Be Murphy.
::.)it .':"..,-;>..:' SaturdayPomp
lins, YN2, and D F. Holcomb, I..EJE! !! : Also born August 17 were

SK2." .. .:..:i \; ';::r:"." and circumstance will Brenda Kay to John Starkey,
"Signed Lcdr E. L. Mott,
t accompany dedication of the Navy PH3, and Mrs. Starkey; Judith
commanding officer. and Marine Corps Memorial Sta- Kay to Vincent Dugan, AD2, and
VA-833 originally was assigned : i6J dium Saturday, as Annapolis Mrs. Dugan; Carla Marguerite to
1 its training duty' at Cecil Field. '{ meets William and Mary in the John Yelverton, SK2, and Mrs.
.
The squadron has Waves included > '" first football game in the new Yelverton; Melanie Lynette to

among its personnel, however, Academy sports home.A Ist/Lt and Mrs. Richard Blank-
and lack of accomodations for
enship Victoria
30-minute pre-game cere- ; Lynn to Carl
them at Cecil necessitated mov- mony will include, as partici- Hewitt, AE2, and Mrs. Hewitt,

ing tice.to NAS Jax on moment's no *M# y& pants, a host of top Defense and and Lisa Elaine to Lcdr. and Mrs.

Navy Department officials, .headed Samuel Groves.
# ,:t:; :?cy id
by Deputy Secretary of De- Born August 18 were Jacqueline -

fi'<: u'e>b a:;t>: '2 ?hi1y'; } fense Thomas S. Gates Jr., Sec- Eve to Joseph Santos, AT2,
I I y ')F7 v < .V f'' } of the William B. and
ScoutingVAP62 :! retary Navy Mrs. Santos, and William V
'>' Franke and Chief of Naval Op- Joseph to Alfred Perutelli. DC2,
erations Admiral Arleigh Burke. and Mrs. Perutelli.
A
The Photo Interpretation(Division Navy and Marine units taking August 19 saw arrival of Joyce
of VAP-62 is presently part in the dedication will Include Marie to Bennie Lethco, AO2, and

operating in three shifts. Working the Brigade of Midshipmen, ;
around the clock, the men the Midshipman Drum and Bugle ;

are faced with the task of com- Corps, Naval Academy Band,
Drum and Bugle Corps from Ma-
'
e pleting three large photographic ;
rine Barracks in Washington and
mosaics by Saturday.
Ltjg( ) J. P. Helmick, of V AP62's the Potomac River Naval Com-
mand Ceremonial Guard.
Detachment 12 in the Azores, n_______.''- ......... __..' "T '.......m.........,.. '.'> laA
has been designated this month's on The ceremony is due to beginat :
IN SCOUTING SPIRIT Eagle Scout Richard Foss (right)
,
photo-pilot in the AJ-2P. receives Scouting handshake and congratulations upon his 1300 when the Brigade of
Designated i photonavigatorsthis reaching the high rank from.Lonnie Richburg4 AKC, of Aircraft Midshipmen commences "marchon"
month are N. S. Scott, PHC, Maintenance Department Assistant Scoutmaster of NAS Jax- and takes position on the;
and P. H. Tibbetts PHC.A sponsored Troop 131. Foss, son of Comdr. and Mrs. Newton P. field of the new 29,000-seat sta- ; :
,
You is one of many Scouts from the Station unit who have dium.
'proud look is being worn reached Eagle rank in recent years. Openings in the troop are 2s
this week by T. L. Gary, AM2. available to any eligible boy.There's Addresses will be given by
His wife, Ray, presented him those named above, and by Lt. program."j
with a six-pound, two-ounce boy, a moral to every story. 2nd Missile Sub To Be Gen. Verne J. McCaul, Assistant ;

'Tony Lynn, September 15. Two men grew up together, Launched at Mare Island Marine Corps Commandant, Rear (

Leaving VAP-62 this week are right from boyhood. One was Vallejo, Calif. (AFPS) The Admiral C. L. Melson, Naval [ kh ,
H. D. Hale, AEM3, M. J. Mc- clever and handsome; the other Navy's 'Second Polaris-launching Academy Superintendent, and
Phee, ATN3, and M. L. Rutten, steady and hard working. The submarine; the Theodore Roose- Vice Admiral William R. Smed- hjV
AT3. One new face this week clever lad was left behind in the burg III, Commander of Second
I
velt will down the Oct.
go ways
belongs to T F. Jones, AN. race. Fleet, who was Superintendentof .
3 at Mare Island Naval
i The industrious one died and Ship- the Academy when the sta- :

For every highway fatality in left $200,000 to his widow. yard here. dium funds drive was started. ;.
Now the clever is to The Theodore Roosevelt is the
1958, 77 people suffered painful one going The Homecoming will find hun- '
marry the widow. third nuclear-powered sub to be dreds of Academy almUni con-
injury. 36,700 joined the Legion's '(
built the Pacific Coast. The
on verging on their Alma Mater to
death rolls while 2,825,000 were Daffynishuns' : Fireproof The new sub will. be designated SSBN see the dedication and witnessthe P'ei

injured last year. joss's son. 600. William and Mary game.
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1!Air Force, VW.4 Lone




Touch Grid Unbeatens '


Defending champion 679th Air Force, limiting its activity to

practice sessions last week, continues to lead the Mainside Touch

Football League with two wins in as many outings.

VW-4, with a lone win and no
.
at 1600 at the Stadium in a high
losses, holds second place while
the calendar. .
spot on
VA-44, with a win and a tie, is VA-44 and Aircraft Maintenance -
third. The Hornets defeated Ad-
Thursday)
meet tonight (
ministration, 8-0, then gained a Administration and
1.S. at 1600 while
tie with Operations.
VW-4 square off at the samo

ADMINISTRATION picked upa time Monday. Operations and
S win to even its record at 1-1. NARTU are slated to meet Wed-

The victory, however, was in the nesday afternoon.
form of a forfeit over nonshowing -


.J Aircraft Ordnance O&G Maintenance are and standing Gunnery., NARTUand at the I 200 CLUB |

starting gate looking for win
-...,---------- m..m.m........ ---......._- -. HH" n Twelve men entered the hallowed hall
REAP INTRAMURAL SPORTS HONORS-Trophies for supremacy in Malniide intramural number one. of the 200 Club at Mairislde fall bowling
sports competition from January through June were presented at a recent ceremony with Capt. THE SCHEDULE-makers have leagues began activity at the Mainsldtf
James R. Reedy, NAS Jax commanding officer (third from left) presiding. Displaying silverwareare provided plenty of action to whet lanes last week.
; left to right. Bob Martz, of VW-4, winner of Mainside and All-Station, team fall bowling the desires of grid fans for this
championship; Howard Bayles getting trophies for VAP-62, All-Station and Mainside Softball week and next, with VA-44 and Overhaul and Repair has three men In
titleholder Capt. Reedy: Jack Hart, NAMTD, Mainside golf winners: O. Z. Williams, gettingtrophy the Club with R. B. Steffi leading the
for AE School, All-Station-..golf champion. and Lt. Carl Hill, VW-4, with swimming trophy. the Air Force tangling Tuesday parade by garnering 220 pins for high

, game honor.

Luck Keeps Wolves From r '# S "KSr Other O&R high ptn-topplen Included

Mike Byrd, with a 211, and Roger Meson <

} with an even 200 game.
: Ly Qy\
A t
Football Pickers Doorstep"I VW-4 "D" had two men enter the Club

ai charter members. They were Claude

picked Tulane and they're still trying to score" muttered '( { t e r. 9f' Giles, 213, and Milt Dodge, 211 VA-44't

dejected Ron Davis at Monday morning coffee time. Davis picked "Raideri" alto placed a pair, B. F. Rot

|10 winners in last week's football picks but was edged by the edi- te/, 204, and Jack Emch, 200.

ors' 11 right choices. State Hunting Season Jack Wade of ComFair Jax "A" gained

Joe O'Brien trails with nine right picks. "Maryland must'vesed double membership to the Club. Ha put

some of the FSU Aerial Circus which Nugent ,took to Maryland together a 203 and 200 for a fine teriet.

with him in beating W. Virginia," commented O'Brien in Open On Marsh HensThe Others making the roster the first week

aking excuses for his tail-end showing. were: Bob Bean, Administration 202, Bill

Guest picker this week is Andrew Planey, m.e. of the Air hunting season in Florida is underway once again. Maranville, Hospital, 204 Barry Hewlett,
VW-4 "A," 201, and Bruce Carlson, Supply -.
ews.Games Nimrods can shoot for marsh hens ,and rabbits during this
selected for perusal are: Tulane-Miami; Columbia-Brown; stage of the season with hunting on other game not in '8,"> 200.

Cornell-Colgate; Pitt-So. Cal; Oklahoma-Northwestern; N. Carolina- force until next month.The .
hot
otre Dame; Auburn-Tenn.; Miss. State-Florida; TCU-LSU; Air marsh hen season began their share. And heavy when PENDERGRAS ON
.loads are not required
force-Wyoming; Iowa-California; Texas A&M-Mich. State; Ole earlier this month and continues
birds.A SKEET CLUBKen
iss-Ky.; Duke-Ohio State, and Small School Sleeper, Whittier- through November 8. Daily bag hunting these TOP ,
#_Santa Barbara. SUPERVISED bear hunt is; Pendergras, Jax Navy'ssharpeyed
limit is 15 birds, including sora
scheduled for the nearby Osceols claybird shatterer,
PLANET DAVIS O'BRIEN EDITORSMiami rails.
National Forest Oct. 5-30. Cut) helped his U.S. teammates
Miami Tulane Tulane THERE IS no closed seasonon bears are protected at all times, capture the Pan American
Brown Columbia Brown Brown
in Florida. Persons
rabbits I however Skeet Shoot earlier this monthat
ColgatePitt ColgateSo. Cornell Cornell hunting them during the regular
A.bear hunt is currently underway Chicago.The .
Cal.Oklahoma. So. Cal. So. Cal.
however must
hunting season National VW-4 chief cracked 195
at the Appalachicola -
Oklahoma'Notre OklahomaNotre OklahomaNotre
have a valid license in .their in west Florida out of 200 targets, shaded only
Dame N. Carolina Dame Dame preserve
possession.In by Maj. Oliver Davis of Quan-
Auburn AuburnTie Auburn Special permits are needed tc
Florida ( ) Florida I AuburnFlorida marsh hen hunting, no participate. Like the Osceola tico MCAS, who. registered
shooting is permitted from a boatif 30 198x200.
October
TCU LSU LSU LSU hunt, it runs through
the motor is attached to the limit at both The United States team out-
Air Force Air ForceCalifornia Air ForceCalifornia Air Force One bear is the bag
Iowa Iowa craft, unless anchored to a per- forests and bear cubs are pro- distanced rival squads from 10
manent blind. countries, as Uncle Sam's forces
Mkh. State Mich. State Mich. State Mich. State tected.
Marsh hens fairly tar- missed only 21 birds out of a
are easy
Ole Mill Ole Miss Ole Mitt KentuckyOhio SEASON ON doves in certain
Ohio StateWhittier Ohio StateS. Ohio Mate StateWhiJtier gets to shooters. Most anyone who counties opens October 10 with possible 800.
Other members of the team, -
Barbara S. Barbara can point a gun straight can bagS 23 half-days in 54 counties, with
both civilians, posted formid-
to sunset.
hours from noon
Counties closed to dove huntingWill able scores. They were 'Chet
Wade, Giles Pace include St. Johns, Flagler Crites of Detroit, 193, and Ed
Calhoun of Salisbury, Md., 192.
counties in north
and Volusia
Mainside KeglersJack Florida and that part of Putnam

Wade of ComFair Jax { } County east of St. Johns River. Teams Four, Seven

"A," helped by a pair of 200 Deer, turkey, quail, squirrel an'dbear

games, recorded a high set of will be in season Novem- Top 'O' Wives Loop

574 in pacing his mates to a suc- ber 21, start of the season for Standings remained static during

cessful "get away" in Mainsidefall native game and birds in Florida. second week of Officers Wives

intramural bowling activitylast The season on migratory wat- Bowling League as teams four

week. jy 4:J erfowl (ducks, geese and coot) and seven battled for top posi

The ComFair Staffers had hot is due to open November 26 and tion.

American League competitionfrom close January 15. These dates are Both havesix, wins and no losses -

a surprisingly potent Ov- are subject to change, however. but team four holds the edge'

erhaul and Repair club, which by capturing high team set with

was led by R. B. Steffes with a Service Scoreboard a t 2068, and high team game of.

22"0 game. 24.
S .
O&R nailed down high team Navy 24, Boston College 8. Jan Baird was pacer of the

series for the week with a respectable z Norfolk Navy 7, Ft. Gordon 7. week with a 154 average, leading

2510. The AL seems to Hamilton AFB 87, Moffett Field 0. all'others.

have the larger crop of better : I Mitchel AFB 2, Pensacola Navy 0. Gladys Poynter led the way' in
keglers this season, although the
J McClellan AFB 26, Alameda 8. the over-all series by garnering
of
National circuit has its share __

high average men. a 478 high set, while Peg Faulk
Quot of the Week: Olfio State
Claude Giles was top man with recorded high game of 186.
football coach Woody Hayes slip-
VW-4 in NL poundingout : :
"D" play 5ACTION ped into a bar looking for a
individual Maisie was in a bar having
a hefty 213 game. High 5 ; couple of his athletes and they a
series mark was postedby beer when afriend, from England
.. quickly hurried out back. "What
in "
Wave for the first time
a Geiser AT NET The pace: usually is fast and frantic will you have?" asked the bar- walked in.
several seasons as Helen when Mainside intramural volleyball games are in progress at tenderand Woody answered. "I sie,' Maisie, are you 'aving
posted a 553.Giles' Mainside Gym. Action: shown took place during the VA-44 "
recorded VW-4 encounter last week. The Hornets won the match 15-12 "Give me a beer-and see what one?
VW-4 "D" mates -
and 15.9 and.bold first place in the circuit. Clockwise, from left. the backs in the boys' room will "No, It's Just the cut o' me
high team mark with a seriesof are Ray Winstead, Bill Smith and Barry Hewlett, of VW-4, and coat."
2453. Ed McKeller and Cliff McCardie. of VA-44. have.



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I I Schedule- of Special Services Activities andFacilities, September ,24-30 I


MOVIES Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday
I I
_AS. Bldg. 612NATTCenIer 1900 Only 1800-2000 1800-2000 14-18-2000 1800-2000 1800-2000 1800-2000
Boy On A Cosmic Man Santa Fe Timbucktu Lonley Man Rebel Set Yesterday's
I Dolphin190Q Enemy

Bldg. 563 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900Lonely 1900
Sleeping Beauty Boy on Dolphin Cosmic Man Santa Fe Timbucktu Man Rebe,Set
-
Hospital 1900 1900 1400-1900 1400-1900 1900 1900 1900 I .
<. Surrender Hell Sleeping Beauty Boy on Dolphin' Cosmic Man Santa Fe Timbucktu, Lonely Man

LIBRARIES ,

MAS Bldg. 3 0815-2100 0815-2100 1800-2100 1300-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100

NATTCenter. Bldg. 563 0830-2100 0930-2100 1300-2100 1800-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100

.
Hoipital 0800-1600 0800-1600 closed 1300-1700 0800-1600 0800-1600 0800-1600

LOUNGES. CLUBSIf

Bldg. 055NATTCent.r. 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100 1400-2100 Closed 1000-2100' 1000-2100


Bldg. 515
1600-2200 1600-2200 1300-2300() 1300-2300 1600-2200 1600-2200 1600-2200

_, Blue Jackets Inn 2000-2400 2000-2400 2000-2400 2000-2400 2000-3400 1630-2400 2000
I I Special Band Jimmy Geiger Redcoats Special Band Bingo

j EM. NATTCenle 1680-2300 1630-2300 1630-23.
1630-2300 1200-2330 1400-2330 : 1400-2330

I EM, HARTU 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 Closed Closed 1130-1300
1630-2230 1630-2230 1630-2330 1630-2330 1630-2230

NAS Outdoor Pools 1100-2000 11002000For 1100-2000 1200-2000 1100-2000 1100-2000 1100-2000
.
NATTC Outdoor Pools Secured The Season


,/ NATTCenter Gym Open ,
1300-2100 'I 1300-2100 1000-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100
I
NAB Bowling 1000-240<*OB 1000-2400 OB 1000-2400 OB 1300-2400 OB 1000-2400 OB 1000-2400 OB 1000-2400 OB
1600-2200 LB 1600-2200 LB 1300-2400 LB130B1630 1600-2200 LB 1600-2200 LB '1600-2200 LB

i NATTC Craft Shop 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-Dark

Coif Course 0830-Dark 0830-Dark 0730-1800 0800-1800 0830-Dark 0830-Dark 0830-Dark

Fish Camp 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800hr..
r Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Closed Closed

; Hobby Shop,, Bldg. m Closed Closed Closed Closed Closed Closed 1400-2100

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


\ SPECIAL EVENTS: l I




Ah Sweet Succinct Legume I Some 'Medicare '

i : (Continued. from Page 1))
zation at the nearest facility to

Bean Soup Contest On Again preserve suffering.life and prevent\ undue,

Pots and pans rattled like anchor chains around the USING A permit is the only
1 world this week as the Memphis, Tenn. Commercial Appealand way in which dependents can
the Navy Department got underway with Operation now obtain authorized medical

I Bean Soup_Three, the annual _search for the best traditional attention from civilian sources.

dish of real Navy fare. The permits are issued by the
to the oldest hand. l
The appropriate medical installation
jointly-sponsored event Contestants for this year's
reaches its climax in the Navy search should forward pet reci- surgeon.
Day observance at Navy Mem- pes to Public Information Office, I The permit requirement does
phis under direction of the Memphis Staff, Chief of Naval Air Technical F'i not now apply to dependents who
Council of the Navy League. Training?I U. S. Naval Air wiIr are not living with their spoTBors
and who are otherwise eligible
OPEN TO everyone in the Station, Memphis 75, Tenn. Reci-
for civilian medical attention
Navy, the contest spotlights the pes must reach the judges by un-
> ::
% i.a qfi der the law.
I ,Navy cook, both professional October 15 to be eligible.
r and amateur. Recipes have been. THE NAVY'S Number One re- At present Armed Forces fam-
received from the newest recruit ilies residing together may be
cipe and nine runner-ups will T liable for the full cost of care
be featured in the Memphis .from civilian sources unless a
Commercial Appeal. Leading isn'e 3o-o'datb'
-- permit is obtained prior to seek-
hotels and restaurants have requested TOPS AT AEA( ) SCHOOL Pfc. Robert Rowe, (left) was ing off-base treatment.
the honor of serving the feted at a ceremony recently for being top honormmn in his
grand winner recipe with recognition class at Aviation Electrician's Mate School Class A. For his
I to the cook. achievements, Rowe was presented a certificate by Capt. John Flight PlanningContinued
Sunday, September 27 Pulliam, Marine Aviation Detachment Training Officer. Rowe
Last year's award went to the from Akron, Ohio, joined the Corps in 1958., ( from Page 1))
ALL SAINTS'CHAPEL -- -------
Submarine USS Trutta of the Planning office. These provide all
0830-Service of Worship. Atlantic Fleet., "Bean Bouilli- I Kittyhawk Scheduled For Pacific Duty I information on landing facilities.

0930-Sunday School, three- baise Au Trutta" was featured on Most pilots do flight planning
year-olds throughl adults, Build- airline menus throughout the I The Pacific Fleet will be beef-
themselves. However assistanceis
,
but for anti-submarine warfare
ing 722; Service of Worship, country and in National Restau- ed up in early 1961 when the
offered with An
and close air support of amphibious generosity.
Chaplain Beatty. modern attack carrier Kittyhawk
ranter Magazine.One
of 20 to 25
s average pilots, mostly
operations.
; 1100-Service of Worship. makes her apperance. She'll be
of the other highlights of transients, are assisted by r the
1830 Teenage Fellowship, joined later by the Constellation. "World-wide commitments require -
''Small Navy Memphis' observance of department each day, accordingto
Chapel; Senior-High Fel- According to Admiral HerbertG. 14 attack carriers; five deployed -
Navy Day will be a field day between Jeanie Robison, ACT3.
lowship, Building 722.
1930-United Fellowship of the Navy's civilian arm Hopwood, Fleet Commander- five in readiness and Certainly "help" is the mottoof
Protestants, Building 722. (employees) and uniformed per- in-Chief, the Ranger is at present four in upkeep and training," NAS Jax Operations Flight
sonnel. the only Forrestal-class attack Admiral Hopwood pointed out. Planning Section the transientpilot's
carrier assigned to the Pacific
of informationaway
library
ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL .
0830 and The Hindu fakir kept biting his Fleet. "My brother's job as a trimmerin from home.
Mass.
1000-Sunday. nails. Now he has no place to "In almost every phase of operations a candle factory keeps him

ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL sleep. in the Fleet, the key busy Saturdays and Sundays." "Was the,baby sent down from
.
ship is the attack carrier," the Heaven, Mama?
Naval Hospital "Doesn't he work the
Don't worry if your hair is Admiral said. "We need them during "Yes, dear."
0630-Sunday Mass.0930Protestant thin-few people look good in not only for long-range bomber week? 'They like to have it nice and,

Service. fat hair. strikes against a potential enemy, "No, he only works wickends." quiet up there, don't they?"