Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 1, 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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CC Uf Rallies Scheduled i.

Three kickoff rallies next
be conducted until Nov. 7, new concept for fund raising
week will launch the 1959
appeal to all hands, military federal agencies laid !
Community Chest-United civilian, to give through by the President's Com I
Fund Drive to be conducted I
Community Chest-United on Fund Raising Within
among Navy activities in the Establishments Jax
42 agencies.No Navy I.
Duval County area. be of the Federal /
overall monetary goal ,will part
4 Activities located at NAS Jack- been announced for the of the local Community I

sonville will start the ball rolling ville Navy effort. However, Fund. I

h- with a big rally Monday, Oct. 5 ticipating units have set their Goal for the Federal Division,

i- -I at King Hall. goals, based upon "one's includes 18 agencies of

Naval Station Mayport units share," or the individual's government, is $91,335. i
will assemble on Wednesday Oct. to give. Some 1000 keymen and cam-

'? \ +' $ 7 at 1030 to begin their campaign, The fair-share giving guide workers :from 18 separate

: while units at NAS Cecil Field plied throughout the nits at NAS Jax will be on band

t '> r ga'ther for their kickoff Friday, is based on one hour's pay Monday's kickoff at King

Oct. 9 at 1430. month, or its equivalent.FOR Included will be keynote
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THE 1959 DRIVE, which will THE FIRST time, (Please turn to Page 8, Cot 1))


,: 0 n ,, .. ....__"_...,,._ 4i
(seated) of NAS Jax Operations Department, is first officer on
Station to be tested for promotion under monitorial conditions.
Supervised testing procedures for end-of.course exams became 0
mandatory in July. Officers previously became exempt from -
taking exams after successful completion of prescribed corres
pondence courses. Monitoring Lcdr. Ryder's test is Lt (Jg)
George Cagle, Information and Education Officer. Vol. 17 No. 30 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, 1 October 1959


SYSTEM STARTEDEffective InoculationGiven
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July: 1, active duty' Navy officers and warrant NiL.JLr- HereFollowing

officers began meeting professional fitness requirements for I -

promotion by taking end-of-course exams for both, resident : A / recommendation by
U.S. Public Health Service, a
and Under corresp former ndence courses.such ing given officers and warrants .:: : inoculation of Salk polio
system, can- :
from date of the Notice which is currently being admin.
didates for promotion became exempt -
lists the selectees, in which to '( > to NAS Jax military per-
from examination
completion of certain prescribed upon satisfy ,professional requirements.School i % :: \: declares Capt. J. E. Fulg-

correspondence courses. exemptions, however, I *' 4, & Medical Officer. I
will continue to be granted for Previously Public Health'Serv
UNDER THE new systemhowever I ,
,. professional written exam- satisfactory completion of 'applicable J had not taken a stand for a

inations are being eliminated as Professional resident' courses. 4 I # qr: I. shot, now becoming rou I

a means of satisfying professional requirements established 4 ; for infants and adults under
for various i grades and .. '. 1.-.:.. :. .
requirements for officers and war- % W
categories of officers, as listed in I, 40.The I
rants selected for promotion in 4- ., 4 t ; booster dose has been ad-
BuPers Instructions 1416.ID of ;. 3)a
fiscal year 1960 and subsequentyears. f'_ for those who have com
July 25, 1958, and 1416.6 of July ii the basic,' three-dose
9, 1957, will be applicable through ,
BuPers Notice 1416 of Sept. 23, at least one year before,
1958 lists,new correspondence and fiscal 1960, except that ,profes- I : if several years have
sional written exams will not be since completion of the
testing 'requirements for officer : I :bj : :
offered in 1960. -
and warrant officer promotions.Other t f s series.
FQR FUTURE profes- : ; ; ( '
years ;
receive 'the
than resident and correspondence '> k Y Others who .should) ,
sional requirements -" -' -' ''' -
courses, officers should as a guide; to assist are officers provided and :PLACING POLIO 'PREVEliT'o t-' Wayne Snowden, Hr- injection !are those tray el-

establish professional fitness for warrants on active duty in plan- of NAS Jax Medical Department, stores I tiny containers of into ar as where incidence of
promotion through elected read- polio vaccine in refrigerated storage room. Vaccine disease high, living in areas
ings and technical papers.ENDOFCOURSE ning their professional develop- at the Department regularly, is used in administering local epidemics' start-
examina- ment. shots to both military personnel and civilian employees. with children about to enter
Due to scientific and techno- newly instituted fourth shot, in addition to basic three.
tions are being prepared for most or living where. sanitary
series is here.
i logical changes rapidly taking being given
correspondence courses as are poor.
place in the Navy, officer promo-
an integral part of such courses. Preparation is being made for

I They are developed from the cor- tional static requirements, the Notice cannot declares.remain NAS Jax Described Most of fourth polio
text material
respondence course shots to NAS civilian
Accordingly, additions and dele-
and are being given under closed- Further details for
book monitorial conditions. (See tions of professional requirementsPlease Efficient Of Air StationsNAS shots will be available in
photo above.) ( turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) near future.

Officers and warrants on active Jax was described as most
low in Public Works, 25
duty who complete a course after AGO Graduates efficient of the top four U. S. above average in Supply

Junl 30, 1959 will be required to Naval Air Stations by Capt. Henry percent better than low in 45,000 ADD
pass the exam before the course 97 StudentsAviation Etter, NAS Public Works Of-

will contribute to promotion 'Ground Officers ficer and Resident i OfficerinChargeofConstruction ply.No averages were given CROW IN DEC.

qualification. in his Washington (AFPS) The
School graduated 97 men in O&R comparisons, declared
However, such officers who ceremonies last week. address to the Civilian Eecutive Etter, but it is understood Navy will promote more than

completed correspondence courses Addressing the class was Grouplast| Thursday at a lunch- are outstanding in their 45,000 ,enlisted men in pay
prior to that date are being granted Capt. Robert J. Fleming, commanding eon in the Smith Room of the tions. grades 'E-4, E-5 and E-6 on
promotion credit for that Civilian Cafeteria. Dec. 16, it was announcedhere.
officer of NATTCenter. NO SOONER had he uttered
course without necessity of com- New AGO class is sched- Jacksonville was 24 percent figures, than he warned the .

pleting the exam. uled to convene October 5. better than average in Public I tive group, which he In addition, 9261 new"strik-
ONE CALENDAR year is be- Works, 37 percent better than "the Station's top ers".will be designated in their

that 'it was up to them and fields.A .

I To Main I employees not only breakdown by grades in-
\ At GateOperation
Lights Operate but to improve efficiency.One cludes and 4,364 28,367 E-6s.E-4s, 13,399 E-5s

major he
area pointed
Several new traffic control I The Navy said a board is
lights at the Station's main gate angular-shaped lighted brick signat of newest sets of in which top supervisors in session here to select
were to have been in operationby intersection of the Station's traffic control lights at the gate play an important role
E-8s and E-9s who took the
the middle of this week, it was Yorktown Ave. and Roosevelt was, expected to have begun by utilities conservation. "As last Aug. 4.
announced by'Capt. J. Henry Et- Blvd. Wednesday, reports Capt. Etter. know, BuAer has placed a exam

ter, NAS Jax Public Works Of- Two.traffic lights had previously Although two operating sets of on hiring. We have only so,

ficer. been installed on Yorktown, lights are controlled manually, money and it has to be Jersey Man Tops

ponstruction at the main gate at Allegheny and Patoka streets. they will eventually be operated for men and/or material. In At AE SchoolTop

has been under way for several The lights control six-lane traffic, at a master control center, along frankness we are hurting i
weeks. During this time, the familiar in accordance with amount of with new gate lights. of an apparent lack of I honorman at Aviation
old blue sign over the gate traffic on Yorktown. "The main gate construction," the ,conservation of material Mate School Class

reading "Naval Air Station,Jack- Also added at the main gate is states Capt. Etter, "is a general utilities throughout the graduation this week was

.sonville" has been removed. a special lane to' be used by attempt to improve traffic situa- AS EXAMPLE in utilities eor e Warner, AA of Delanco,

Replacing it is a modern tri- emergency vehicles only. tions aboard the Station." (Pleue turn to Page 2,'Col. ) : *


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2 JAX AIR NEWS ___,. ,. .
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XfUBAJ1'WiiNAS NAS Jax Seen .

Jt1 Tops AmongAir

Capt. James R. Reedy .......,.....,..............,................................... Commanding Officer Stations
Capt. Graytton H. Weber ..............................?..?...................,........ Executive Officer
NAB Six; Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear (Continued from Page 1))

Adm. Kenneth Craig ...............................,........................................ CommanderCapt. servation complacency, he pointed ..
George R. luker ...,.,...................................................... Chief of Staff, FelrJaxC out that on one day during [ '
,t. Mecpher Williams .................................................... Chief of Staff, NAB Six hour's : .f: ; :
Fleet Air Wing Eleven this month, in one half .

Capt. Robert M. Milner ............................................................................ Commander time, $300 was paid to the cityin
Capt. Charles l. lambing .........................................................?. Chief Staff Officer penalties for exceeding our ..1.
Navel Air Technical Training Center electrical demand. "If you or j' ,
Capt. Robert J. Fleming _____Z __.__.._._ Commanding Officer office '
,Comdr. Gerald R. Pearson ....................... ......:............................. Executive Officer someone in your shop or
Naval Hospital was not conservative minded at ?4PIriAItt

Capt. Alton C. Abernethy...............:.............................,........, Commanding Officer that time and turned on an air I
Capt. John G. Feder ................................,..................,.................... Executive Officer conditioning unit before the dis-
NARTU index reached had a
Capt. F. H. Holt .....",................................................................ Commanding Officer comfort was ,
Comdr. James L. Stimion ... .........................:.................................. Executive Officer machine or oven' running idle
while the operator stepped out
Printed commercially with appropriated fundi in Jacksonville, Florida at no for coffee, or even had some elec-
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-95 Rev. July 1958. whereno
tric lights on in an area
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville,
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval A/r/ one was working, this com- rij
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hoipital. bination most probably raised our .
Service Information Officer .. ... .. .... Comdr. Jack S. Hall demand during the period," the : ------ -- -
Assistant Service Information Officer ... .. ....... .. Andrew H. Planey 1"CONGRATULATIONS, CAPTAIN" Time is taken at
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporteri-Ron Davit, AN; Gene Hagan, JOSN. Captain explained."It Saturday's NATTCenter inspection to congratulate Capt. RobertJ.
Staff Photographer-Joseph O'Brien. PH3. is important to bear in Fleming, (second from right) and Capt. Robert E. Lee Jr,
The Jax Air News is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service., Material mind that $300 is equivalent to a (right) upon their promotion to captain. Handshakes are offered .
appearing in this publication can be reprinted providing credit is given. Photographs, person's salary for one month. from, left to right Capt. Jerome' A. Moore NATTCenter
unless otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy Photographs. Who should take the RIF for this ,Senior Medical Officer, Cap Lester H. Mosson Senior Dental
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone ex Officer. and Capt. Martin R. Hamilton of the Dental Corps
tensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. loss in funds? he asked the Capt. Fleming is NATTCenter commanding officer while Capt.

1 __ _..., group. Lee is Legal Officer.Sloppy .
r m ''''!!fm.r Earlier in his talk,. Capt. Etter
recited some interesting figureson
physical aspects of the Sta- Smoking HabitsShouldn't

tion, some of which caught the

group by surprise. referring to

the Station as a 'city within a Be CondonedSo

city, he noted the following services

provided: water supply and many people get satisfaction from smoking that there

distribution, sewage treatment, isn't much to be gained from debating the merits of the habit.
streets and roads, restaurants,' But on one point smokers and non-smokers alike can be in

clubs, theaters, swimming pools, agreement: The man who smokes carelessly-especially in bed-

tennis courts, ball fields, fire department is a menace to himself and others,I as 'dangerous as a firebug.
? a ; < rA.'Yr r bakery, golf course,
LLr family housing and an airfield.HE WE CAN NEVER KNOW accurately, for example, how many
disastrous hotel fires originate in one person's befuddled cravingfor
WENT ON to say the Sta- "one last drag or two" after turning in.
tion has enough paving to a
We can never know how many persons burned themselves to
four-lane highway from Jax to
death because, stupefied by alcohol, they slipped into sleep. with
St. Augustine that the
; square nerveless fingers' relaxing their hold on the lighted cigarette.
of would
footage buildings com-
prise 8,000 average three-bedroom Whoever indulges his taste for nicotine in this irresponsible

>. fffn } '} }do- 4'. a, htao {,, } homes; water and sewage capa- manner is-literally-playing with fire. He shouldn't be toleratedin

f r city ample to supply a city the any place where people are quartered. But the fact is that most

size of Gainesville, Fla.; shop people do tolerate him until the inevitable happens and the fire

spaces aboard Station would be bell sounds in the night

equivalent of a 25-story building ANY CARELESSNESS WHERE smoking is concerned is criminal

_n'...".... '. covering Hemming Park in down- carelessness. Ask firemen who risk their lives because of the
SCAN BIG PRoJiCTpi."J.H.a.rY.T: Etter.' : ((left) R.d- town Jar; a messing faciltity in casually tossed match, the smouldering butt. Ask foresters who
dent Officer-in-Charge of Construction and his assistant Lcdn excess of that required to feed the battle terribly destructive blazes in the wake of vacationists and
Jack Washburn look over plans for the new destroy slips entire population of St. Augus-
being built at Mayport NS. The $1.710,707 Job, being pushed campers.
for early completion, is Just one of the many construction projects tine; fuel storage here would run Whether you smoke or not, you can do more than look to your
handled by Capt. Etter's office, which operates under 1,000 autos for 100 years at an own habits. You can lay it on the line to anyone you know who
Officer.Jurisdiction of 6ND. Capt. Etter is also NAS Jax Public Works average of 10,000 miles per year; is chronically sloppy about smoking. Don't put up with him.
NAS auto facilities
parking for
Until he disciplines himself and scrupulously watches his
6,000 cars is three times
capacityof cigarettes and matches he deserves to be treated like any anti
Local ROINCofOffice the municipal parking lot in social offender. '
downtown Jax; telephone facilityon
Today's charred mattress and
somebody else smelled smoke
the Station ample for, that required caught the blaze just in time) is tomorrow's build
flame-gutted I
for the City of Ocala;
Handles Big Little TasksIf ing.
heating capacity of the Station

would heat 8,000 average 3-bed- a swimming pool aboard the Station needs repairingor room homes in north Florida climate -

a five thousand foot extension needs to be added .to a and consumption of electri-

runway! where will you go to get the job done? cal power at Station would furn-
All construction projects under I ish electricity for 8,000 homes. A .
jurisdiction of the Sixth Naval east. The office handles both large ---- :

District Public Works Office in I and small Jobs.Contractors I Barney Price Steps y<}

Charleston are handled locallyby given 6ND projects
the Resident Officer-in-Charge use latest methods of construc- Down as CubmasterOf

-of-Construction, Capt. J. Henry tion and employ primarily local
Etter, who doubles as NAS Jax labor on construction projects. Cub Pack 131

Public Works Officer. i Some jobs currently handledby Barney Price, YNC, of NAS
THE LOCAL office, situatedin this office include building of Jax, turned over helm of NAS
Building 902, handles altera- a Jet Fuel Test Facility at O & R Jax-sponsored Cub Pack 131 to };}:,ti:

tions, repairs and construction of Department. This facility is expected John Linden, AE2, of NAS Jax, :
Navy shore facilities in the Jack- to go into operation early following 18 months service.

sonville area.Similar next year.A .:.
Linden was inducted at Fri- '. :
offices at NAS Cecil CONTRACT for construc- day's monthly meeting of the

Field and NS Mayport were con- tion and necessary alterations for Pack, in the Scout Hut, Building
solidated with the NAS Jax office housing some 15 items of large 802, aboard the Station.
into a central unit under Capt. test equipment was awarded last
Etter. June in the amount of $112,770. Assisting Linden this year will

Deputy ROINC-of-C is Lcdr. Upon completion of this work, : be Assistant Cubmasters MichaelB
Jack Washburn. Assisting them the local O & R will be equipped'' Ian chard, Lt. Col. William

are Ensign R. E. Hutto at NAS to check and test all fuel com- Mitchell, Chaplain Albert
Jar Lt (jg) Donald Lutz Prickett and John Kast as Web-
at NAS ponents on J-57 and other engines
Cecil and Lt (jg) A. R. Kern at used by the Fleet in this area. elos Den Leader. HONORED FOR -1 b'.

Mayport. Construction of the Yellow Serving on the committee are NAB Jax SERVICE-Barney price YNC, (right) of
ALL CONTRACTS issued by Water Ordnance Facility near Dr. William Fraser, chairman; his stepping down Cub u the Scout Pack 131 U presented gift
this office are competitive and Cecil Field also came under cog- Ralph Evans, Munson Cockayne, filled for the past 18 months Dr.unit's Cubmas.ter, a post he has
Awards are made to successful nizance of the Jax ROIN-F-C. Bernard Toothaker, Palmer Hol- pital, made the presentation at the William Pack's Fraser, of the Hos'
last meeting
week at the September
low bidder. Bids are asked from This almost four million dollar land, Ray Bates, and Alun Pear- reins U John Linden Scout Hut Taking over Pack 131 Cubmaiter
contractors throughout the South- job is now nearing completion. son. Department. of WAS Jax Aircraft MaintenancePage



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Ethics Code :!/1MJJJ111} ,

Of Federal 4 ; ;, /" lJNlySjlJ .

The "new arrival" departmentat
ServiceAny w } the Naval Hospital was kept

busy recently with 29 births.,
person in Government Boys outnumbered girls, 209.
service should adhere to these : w: ..ya Welcomed August 24 were :

"commandments:" '!i..' Daniel Charles, to Robert Mar-
1. Put loyalty to the highest sJ :\ Martin Phillip -
**as r "" "" tin, AD2, and Mrs. ;
moral principles and to country f r ; i i : Earl, to Jerry Shuart, ATI

above loyalty 1o persons, partyor and Mrs. Shuart; Diane Eliza-

Government department .,.:.::."...".'.'.:.'..:: .. beth, to Lt. and Mrs. Gene Cliff;
2. UPHOLD the Constitution, .t":. David Lyon, to Lt and Mrs.
laws and legal regulations of the John Short; David Duane to

United States and of all govern- Donald Mullen, AD2, and Mrs.

ments therein and never be a Mullen, and Joseph Wayne Jr.,

party to their evasion. TO GIVE DEMONSTRATION TODAY-This Lockheed Electra prop-Jet transport is sched- to Joseph Cook, BTC, and Mrs.
3. Give a full day's labor fora uled to appear here today for presentations on its value as a multi-purpose military vehicle. Already Cook.
full day's pay; giving to the in use with nine airlines of the world, it't being proposed in the following military mod Also, Patrick Lee to Lt and
performance of duties your earnest els anti-submarine patrol.plane, special air mission transport, aero-medical transport, down- Mrs. G. L. Marona; Melissa
effort and best thought. range logistic and electronic support transport, navigation trainer, electronic warfare trainer Lynn, to Marvin Estepp, AN,
and airborne long-range input (radar transport.) The Navy version whatever its purpose, will
4 Seek to find and employmore be minus the portholes and fancy painting. k and Mrs. Estepp, and Kirby
efficient and economicalways Owen, to Douglas Schaller, TD2,

lished.of getting tasks accomp- Cousin Of P3V Electra To ARMED FORCES and Born Mrs.August Schaller.25 were Laveta

5. NEVER discriminate unfairly Louise, to Sherill Everett, EM3,
by dispensing special favorsor and Mrs. Everett; Daniel Char-
privileges to anyone, whether Show Prop Jet Wares HereMany Washington (AFPS) -Total les, to John Thorpe, AE2, and

i for remuneration or not; and strength of the Armed Forceson Mrs. Thorpe; Cynthia Lee to

:,/ never accept, for yourself or persns here will have an opportunity today July 31, 1959, stood at George Burr, ABC, and Mrs.

'k: family, favors or benefits under (Thursday) to see, ride in and fly a "cruising cousin" of the 2,506,771, an increase of 2,461 Burr, and Robert Milton, Jr., to
'j. circumstances which might be new P3V-1 Electra ASW patrol plane.A over the previous month, De- Robert Robbins AM2, and Mrs.
, construed by reasonable persons Lockheed demonstrationteam ,fense has announced. Robbins.
'j as influencing the performance has brought one of the new : low turbine engines, developing a The Army's audited strengthwas New arrivals August 26 in-

. of your governmental duties. prop-jet transports to NAS Jax total of 18,000 hp at takeoff and listed at 863,192, with the cluded Lawrence Edward III, to

6. Make no private promisesof on a three-week circuit of Navy carrying; 9231 gallons of fuel, full Air Force at 838,702. The Lawrence Kershaw Jr., CS3 and

any kind binding on the dut- and Air Force bases throughoutthe crew and armament, the P3V-1 Navy's strength is 630,086 Mrs. Kershaw; James Robert, to
ies of office since a Government United States. has 40 percent: more range than while the Marine Corps totals James Miller AN, and -Mrs. Mil

,\ employee has no private word FITTED with Allison T-56-A- the Neptune. 174,791. ler; John Melvin Jr., to Al/c'and
which can be binding on public I The 440-m.p.h. ASW Electra These figures represent fullI I Mrs. John Smith;; Stephen Doug-

duty. Wins will cruise about twice as fast as time military personnel, regu- las, to S/Sgt. and Mrs. Stephen
Ingenuity its the anti-
predecessor prime
.; 7. Engage in no business with submarine plane, since 1946. lar and reserves'on active Hunt, and Baby boy, to Comdr.
the Government, either directlyor duty, and officer candidates, and Mrs. Roy Belcher.:'
indirectly, which is"-inconsist Benny Sugg'To Utilizing power in the advanced including students at the three Born:,August 27 Baby girl, to
engines up 3,000; hp per plane
ent with conscientious academies.
service AMC and Mrs.
performance direction Robert' Baxter ,
J utilize multfple radio over the airliner Navy pilots
of governmental duties.. instantaneous be Baxter; Baby girl, to Hansel
finder bearings for will able to' climb the P3V-1
8. NEVER use any informa- Mitchell, AE3, and Mrs. Mitchell;
' geographical posi- at a rate 'of 600 feet per minuteon New
! tion coming to confidentially Navy Testing to A3/c and Mrs. I
, you tioning of aircraft, a multiple only two engines. And the new Baby boy,
in the performance of govern- Donald Small; Baby boy, to
bearing plotter was recently cre- sub-hunter also can fly "low Solid Rocket Fuel
mental duties as a means of William Hare of NAS Jerry Lusher, AN, and Mrs.
ated by and slow" on two engines for low-
Washington. (AFPS) A
making private profit Jax Operations Department.The maximum time on station. Lusher'; Baby boy, to George
9. Expose corruption wherever gadget, now in use in Op- PROTOTYPE of the ASW cost insulating material expectedto Steve, ADl, and Mrs. Steve;

discovered, and erations Tower, includes mileage Electra, designated the Y/P3V-1 triple or quadruple the burn- Baby girl, to Al/c and Mrs.
10. Uphold these principles, information and heading to baseor made its initial flight last year ing time of present high performance Preston Tucker; Baby boy, to
ever, conscious that public officeis solid fuel rocket motors has Vernon Carter FN and Mrs.
nearest airport. It netted Harea and will fly again next month for ,
a public trust 100 dollar beneficial suggestion carrying complete tactical sys- been developed the Navy. Carter; Baby girl, to Floyd

award. tems. It was purchased by the Recent test firings generating a Woody, HM1 and Mrs. Woody;

Old method involved conven- Navy after after developmentwith flame temperature of more than Baby boy, to Herchel Fleenor,

I ScoutingReturning I tional chart plotting, or use of Lockheed's own funds. 5,500 degrees Fahrenheit were FN, and Mrs. Fleenor; Baby boy,
the Mark III plotting board. When The prop-jet aircraft will have held to about ZOO: degrees on the to Patrick Louton, ET2, and Mrs.

the Mark III was used to plot short-field capabilities permitting exterior of the rocket case with Louton and Baby girl, to John

yesterday after an bearings, it often became neces- operation from small advanced, the new insulation material, the Gillis, QM1, and Mrs. Gillis.

- absence of three months was the sary to transfer the plot to a bases and range enough for' Navy said.Comjosed. '
first group .of VAP-62s Detach chart in order to obtain geo- mid-ocean searches. of rubber and asbestos

ment 12 in the Azores. graphical information.A "Depending upon its mission, the new material is lighter, I CPO Notes I
Bringing home the bacon, the lighted device for locatingand the P3V-1 can fly with complete lower in cost and provides im-
Detachment had a very successfultour steering aircraft, the plotter controlability at white-cap levelor proved high-temperature insulation November promises to be a

,accomplishing 'many photo- utlizes two or more radio direc- operate at altitudes above 30- when compared to high busy month, with the CPO Club's
graphic projects with the exact- tion finder bearings. Underneathtop 000 feet" a Lockheed official said. cost reinforced plastic.rYy second annual Harvest? Moon Ball

ing accuracy required. surface is a chart, includinga v 'T,4.MVY.4--"t-1M.rw.y... E... wNyr7"v rIJS. slated to be held November 16.
Though foreign 'Jands were of "compass rose" representing 60- This will be a coat and tie af-

interest to all the men, general nautical mile radius of NAS Jax. fair. Hours will be 2100 to 0100.

concensus is that there's still no The device consits of a cylin- .!'$. The annual Halloween Danceis

place like home. der 161% inches in diameter and r set fat Friday, October 30, from

The two plane VAP-62 detachment seven and one-half inches high, 2030 to 0100. This is to be a cost-

at Quonset Point, due with a series of plexiglass discs ume affair. Persons not in cost-
to return by October 3, reports forming the top surface. ume will be required to donate to

good photographic weather and, Two rotating discs are inscribed -' the needy children's Christmas

therefore, satisfactory ac- with the "compass rose" and a Fund.
Music for both dances will be
complishment.Lt. "cursor line, overlapping opposite -
Donald Jarvis is again a sides of the cylinder. They I provided by the Melodaires. Dick
McMeekin is back at the Club
represent bearing information received -
proud daddy. His wife, Nancy,
from Navy Cecil and Navy Wednesdays from 2030-2330.
presented him with a boy, Wil- 44
liam Greeley, at 0310 on September Mayport.A .
29. ,The little fella weighedin free-swinging pIe x 1 g I ass School Bus Schedules
bearing and mileage cursor is attached -
at eight pounds seven ounces. Show Small AlterationThe
to the topmost disc. When
Jacksonville Coach Co.
a bearing is obtained from the G
Great Books Discussion I tii- school bus that leaves Homecrest
Navy Jax tower, the top cursoris
circle and Ortega Hills drive at
Program Plans FormedPlans moved to the indicated bear-
0,745 docs not operate throughthe
are now' being finalizedfor ing.W Station.
the Great Books Discussion hen bearings are received
planned by the Mainside Library. from Cecil and Mayport their The bus, after leaving its terminus -

Anyone interested in the pro- discs are rotated accordingly with .... continues on' to Roosevelt
'" y ---
boulevard to St.Matthew's SchooL
gram should register with Mrs. the bearing cursors visible as DIRECTION FINDER AND FOUNDER Explaining use
Clees at extension 233. fine lines projected through the of new multiple radio direction finder and bearing plotter to The coach company bus that
An organizational meeting is to chart. These lines crossing the Comdr. L. F. Frick, NAS Jax Operations Officer, is William leaves the circle at Mustin road
Hare, (left) Air Controller at the Tower. The device, which: net
be scheduled for sometime in Navy Jax cursor, give the exact aboard the Station at 0745 will
.fed Hare a 100 dollar Beneficial Suggestion award. is used to
middle or late October to map position of aircraft and mileageto locate and aid aviators experiencing navigational difficulties. pick up-children formerly pickedup
.final plans for the program. base. Through its use, exact location of aircraft may be determined. by the Ortega Hills bus.

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I'P89'e"4' JAX AIR NEWS 1 October 191;

Fire Prevention Week w ''r I Classified l

Best Fire Protection
Is For Rent
3-Bdrm. unfurn. h... kit. equip eonv.
to schools $85 per mo. SP 1-4547.
Caution And KnowledgeFire 3-Bdrm. unfurn hte. near grade school
and cony. to NAS. Weitfleld, 4616 Horn.
stead Rd. EV 98883.
Prevention Week to be observed October 4.10- 3-Bdrm. urtfurn. hse. near schools and

is the oldest of the "national weeks" in the TTnltvl Sfafee......... Cecil, swimming pool. 3519 Waihinoton.
--- ---- ------ ---
It was 37 years ago, in 1922, Ian St. EV 9-8883.
the Station. 3-Bdrm. 2 bath hie. screen patio
that President Warren G. Hard com
ing proclaimed the first Fire Prevention The Navy endorses all codes piety Unfurn.furn.h.Normandy.. for rent Village., kit equlpt.EV 9-8883.ler"
Week. Since then the and standards put out by National ed front porch water furn free. $50
President has annually proclaimed -I Board of Fire Underwriters. biL. mo. 5148 lOltt St. SP M142. per
the week in October which Eight principal causes of fire in 4-rm furn apt. prlv. entrance. $60 per
mo. 962 Cherry St. EV 4-2522.
the home .
are smokingsee
contains October 9 as Fire Pre-
Clean, comf. furn. apt. Gas and Electric .
vention Week.OCTOBER ( editorial on Page 2); mis- paid. 204 River Road. Orange Park
9 was the day the use of electricity; defective heat- 3-Bdrm unfurn h... kit equipt. 4652
Great Chicago Fire broke out in ers or cooking equipment; im- Catei Ave. Mrs. Watkins Extension 789.
1871. proper trash disposal; careless Z M.A nOMt Q,. Furn apt for rent. 2150 Park Street FV
t handling of flammable liquids 7-4010. .
The National Board of Fire ; 3-Rm and bath. private entrance! 7673
Underwriters has been encourag- lightning; defective or overheated 103 st. SP 1.1383.
chimneys, and children and 4-rm furn apt. $65 per month or $70
ing observation of Fire Preven-
matches. with garage. EV 45715.
tion Week since its inception. Pri-
Slogan for Fire i Prevention 3-Bdrm. 2 bath unfurn hse. Fla Rm.
mary purpose of the week is to Week 1959 is "Fire Prevention 'Is .Cedar Hills 100 per mo. EV 8-9332 after
promote fire safety by calling Your Job, Too." 1600.
public attention to the great need .. ._.. .........n_ For Sal.
for fire prevention in the home, IT'S FIRE PREVENTION WEEK I Oldest of the country's 3-Bdrm. 2 bath, furn h... funiture' lea
office, factory, school, farm, and "national weeks" Fire Prevention Week is being commemoratednext Naval Institute than'1 1 year old. $3,000 equity, will tale
1700. EV 9-4300.
throughout all communities, both week. Importance of promoting fire safety is key-noted
urban and rural, across the na- in the yearly anniversary of, the grim Chicago Fire of 1871. 3-Bdrm 1% bath hse trlr. will trade
Although concerted efforts are made every year on Fire Pre- Contest for equity In hse. furniture or small 2.
tion.Year vention Week, protection against fire is an every day job. Essay bdrm. trlr. SP 10582.)
'round training and fire Above, remains of pit at O&R: Cleaning Shop where fire 3-Bdrm 1 bath hse. 1500 equity for
prevention activities go on aboard started one day .this year. Below, Fire Chief Donald Moran's Closes Dec. 1 sale. EV 4-7456 after 1700 or Weekend.
the NAS Jax. Fire drills are held truck bears sign calling attention to the week. 3-Bdrm 2 bath hse. 4%% G.I. mort.
: The 1960 General Prize Essay Cedar Hill. SP 12058.
weekly in 0& R, NATTCenter,
hangar areas and whenever requests contest of the U.S. Naval Insti- 21' steel house Trlr. also attached 8x16

are made. : i '; ',p ; tute, open to all members of the rm.Park,$675.Orange See Park Mrs.Fla.Jelso, Empire Trader

THE: STATION fire depart- Navy and Marine Corps, will Misc.fan.onsRideWantedfrom
have no special category for enlisted -
ment inspects each building and Lake Shore Blvd.
its fire fighting equipment for personnel' this year : & Birkenhead Rd. Mrs. 0800-1630 Ma.

discrepancies each month. Fire The contest, which closes Dec. Watkins, ext. 789.
prevention classes are held in all ; 1, offers a first prize of $1,500 for lady will share-modern home with
couple or lady. EV 9.903 or EV 4-2510,
: of than
hangar areas for squadrons on an essay not more 5,000
woris on any Naval subject; also Will share home with a lady. In Lakewood ,
near shopping center and but line.
a gold medal and life membershipin Call after 1730, FL 93150.Academy .
Air News Staff the Institute.

Has Each essay should be typed
? r double-spaced and submitted in Stadium
A civilian woman, preferably 1 k' duplicate It should not bear the

one with newspaper reporting writer's name, but instead a mot- Support Praised
experience, is needed to 1 to on the title page.
fill a vacancy on the Jax Air
News staff. The motto should also appearon The following message was sent
the outside of a sealed envelope early this week by the Superin-
wanted must have
containing identification of tendent of the Naval Academy
the "know how" when it comes
the writer and his name and ad to all ships and stations:
to digging for news, must be a
good typist and able to get dress. "The Navy-Marine Corps memorial -
along with people. Essay and envelope should b t stadium, built by your doe -

Staff members enjoy pleas- mailed in a large sealed envelopemarked nations, was dedicated Saturday

ant working conditions, five SennySu9J' Checks "General Prize Essay to those who have served and
day week and good pay. Contest" and addressed to Sec will serve-upholders of the traditions -

Contact Air News editor, ex- retary-Treasurer, U. S. Naval Institute i and reknown of the Navy

tension 216/8164 or visit Room Given 28 At O&R Annapolis, Md., before and Marine Corps of the United
230, Main Administration Bldg. Dec. 1.Essays. States.'

28 Beneficial Suggestion Awards, amounting to over one thou submitted should be "There is much that is new

Dajjynishuns: Economistmanwho sand dollars, were presented to Station Overhaul and Reoair DC- generally analytical or interpretive here this year. We have a new

has a Phi Beta Kappa key partment personnel recently. Williams received $10.00 each rather than merely expository stadium, new coach, new goat
on one end of his watch chain Capt. Thomas B. Haley, NAS while Richard Holden and new curriculum but the fight-
received or personal nal ative.
and no watch on the other end. Jax O&R Officer, made pre- $8.20 Aaron Ing spirit and love of Navy are
Thompson received
''* sentation of the awards in the The first prize winner and run- the same as you have always
$7.50 and John
"Was your buddy badly hurt various shops.RECEIVING. $7.50. was awarded ners-up will be chosen next Feb fostered and carried with you

when hit by that car?" J highest awardwas I ruary. wherever you go."

."Yes, sir, he suffered a con- Ralph Tompkins, who suggested -
eluston of the brain." use of a small nozzle
"You mean concussion, don't] control gauge for measuring cross. i StS y'k

you?" shaft twist F8U and F4D J57

"No, 'sir, I mean conclusion. aircraft engines. For the instrument -
He* dead." which facilitates inspection -
of afterburner exhaust noz-

zle control without moving engine '

from airframe. Tompkins received r
t\ k k F ,is9<:i t: aJ
i. ; h
; 0 '
was Harold Davis,
who was awarded $104.40. _


Arthur Brown, $91.60; George
McLemore $80.00 Loel Judy
; +sS' .
$62.50 and $58.30; Joseph Small, .. %: .' :
$50.00; John Havener $45.00; t. tr4

George Massey, $45.00; Martin

I Rissel, $45.00 and $10.00; William

Neds, $41.40; Bob Balton, $30,00; ,
PREVENT FIRES!II. Royal Hight, $30.00; Frank Don-

orama, $25.00, and Barney Rho
I. .. be a careful smoker! de., $25.00.Also : If : ; .

Robert Gay, $22.50; Ber- I AREA SUPPLY- -' OFFICERS-Area---_ <....,_ illllli'"i>. '_,...,, _Co, <,'ar! < ,11.1 -;)

SPARKY SAYS nard Kim, $22.50; Warren Cour- the group at the NAS Jax Officer's Club supply last officers who attended the monthly luncheon of

DON GIVE son, $20.00; C. F. Havener, Jr., ComFair Jax Supply Officer, (front row, center week). heard a speech by Comdr- L- E. D'61"8Dr.yfus /
& $20.00; Charles Head $20.00; De- fio Ocean Area Support Compared To Atlantic Ocean Comdr. spoke on "Peculiarities of Pacl-
FIREA witt Jewell, $20.00, and Joseph ,right) Comdr. J. E. Nettlei. NAS Cecil: Lcdr. J. J. Duke Area. tAVending were front row, (left |0
PlACE TO START O'Connel, 2000. Capt. K. H. Wheeler, NAS Jaxj Comdr. F/H. Patterson CptjH-. Gingrich; Comdr. Dreyhus;
Rear. Comdr. P. A' Quarlw Lt (jg) M. W. and Comdr. D. A. Starr. NAAO.
Lois Barclay) 10.00; and Vedra I Lt (CM) G. S. Minmier Lt (Jg, ) J. H. Kunkle, Green: COTe Lcdr D. A. Broads Lt (lg) J. R. BedeabaugW
Springs, and CWO D. O. TholDpiOD.

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1 October 1959 .. JAX Am NEWS *

It's Utter Foolishness "

To Smoke asters'

There's an adage which says, "To be forewarned is
to be forearmed. Medical authorities feel this holds

k especially true for educating people to the dangers of
smoking marihuana.
Marihuana (also known as reefers the subject finds himselfin

.. a Cannabis) is obtained from a dreamy state.
t flowering tops of hemp plants. At times, there is a feeling tf

: These .grow wild in many partsof extreme well-being, exaltation,
the world and are native to excitement and inner joy. At
w..s some sections of the United Sta- other times, the subject may

tes and Mexico.CANNABIS sink into moody depression.

wr I : is listed and dis- Things long forgotten are rem-

pensed through regulatory con- embered, others wellknowncannot
1 trol of the Federal governmentas be recalled and imagination -

: a narcotic drug, only on pres- runs riot. Time is lenghtenedand
-; ... i : cription of a licensed physician.It minutes seem like hours.
.'- has no rational use in mod- THE HEAD seems large, the

........, .. .. ", : ..'............ ern medicine. Most common way limbs long and light and one
COMPLETE SUPERVISOR -1 of illicitly using the drug in this may get the impression of float-
ployees of NAS Jax received Basic Supervisor Development em- country is to smoke it in the ing. Extremely vivid hallucina-
certificates at completion of 'training last week. They were Slow RetirementFor form of cigarettes known as tions are sometimes experiencedand
I presented the certificates by Capt. James R. Reedy, commanding "reefers." these may often be very
including officer Overhaul of the Station. Four departments were represented. Employees? These are usually shorter and plasant. Behavior may become
Repair, Supply, Public Works and
Comptroller. The Senate Civil Service thicker than common cigarettes, impulsive.
Committee and the Civil Serv- ofttimes wrapped in brown paper Delirium and mania can ensue

24 ice Commission are studying a and sold by peddlers (pushers and violent acts have been com-
Employees Finish plan for a gradual retirement ), 'Persons who smoke "reef- mitted while a person is under
system for government em- ers" are known as "blasters." influence of the marihuana. The

ployees. SMOKING (blasting) of two criminal type may be emboldened -

Supervisor TrainingBasic The plan, under which government or three reefers (sticks) usually to do violence by its use.
employees could retire brings the desired effects. Soon The drug itself does not impel -

Supervisor Development certificates were pre- on a gradual basis, was after taking cannabis or smoking one to violent action or crime

sented last week by Capt. James R. Reedy, NAS Jax com- first brought up in the De- but may permit the release of

manding officer. to 24 Station employees who completed the partment of Health, Education Rosh Hashonah antisocial tendencies formerly
60_hours training required for certification. and Welfare. repressed. Aftermath of heavy
Four departments are repre- The program would be vol- usage is similar to that of an
sented in the list of those receiv- ciples and practices of leadership. untary between an employeeand To Be Observed'By alcoholic hangover..

ing this special training, with TOPICS presented in the 60. his agency, The employee IN MANY large cities there are
nine from Overhaul and Repair, hour course include indoctrination could retire and then be retained CongregationsObservance clubs or dens where marihuanausers

three from Public Works, two information, organization and by'the agency on a congregate. It's difficult to
|. from Comptroller! Department and functions of NAS Jax and its departments part-time basis, with the em- of Rosh Hashonah appraise the marihuana habit,
(Jewish New Year) will be held
f ten from basic principles and time
Supply. ployee's on the job and but the few reliable statistics
I BASIC' SUPERVISOR Development concepts of organization and man- workload gradually diminishing tomorrow thru Sunday, October available seem to indicate the
training, administered by agement, performance appraisaland at his request. 2-4, by local synagogues and con- usage is increasing and spreading

Industrial Relations, is carried ratings, disciplinary action The employee would be paida gregations.Schedules'are among younger age groups, especially -
out in accordance with the Navy and grievance procedure informa- combination of pay and an- : high school students.
Department policy of providing tion, incentive awards, retirement nuity, with combined total not Congregation Ahavath Chesed
Marihuana does not give rise
(Reform), St. Johns and
training for levels of supervision information and many others. to exceed 90 percent of the
Mallory street, EV 8-2673, Rabbi i to addiction as is known in the
0', to maintain a highly competentstaff Receiving certificates were: salary he was drawing when
Sidney Lefkowitz services Fri opium users. Habituation dependency
of supervisors.The from O & R-James Campbell, the gradual retirement went ;
program gives emphasis to Thomas Cox, J. W. Edwards, W. into effect. day at'' 1900 and 2100, Saturdayat however, can and does

both technical and moral prin- D. McBride, Archie McClure, 1000 and 1230. occur.
Charles McMahan, Gerald Mc- Jewish Center Synagouge (Con- Great danger of marihuana is
p Y, Kinley, Robert Parks and Erma What They're Saying"Our servative), Third and Silver sts., that it's used as a stepping stone

Jean Snowberger. national policy has beento EL 5-8464, Rabbi Sanders Tofleld; for other drugs, such as opium
FROM COMPTROLLER align this nation with other services at 1800 (Maoriv) and and its derivatives, which are

Harry Dowling and Cleavy Mc- nations of the free world for the 2000 on Friday and 0800 and 1230 markedly habit forming and

Cormack, and from Public Works purpose of containing the ever Saturday; Sunday at 0800 and dangerous.

-Elton Cashwell, Lucile Hubbardand threatening forces of Communismby 1230. PERSONS who buy, use or sell
Wallace Wade. establishing and maintainingour Etz Hayim Songregation (Orthodox marihuana illegally are subjectto
), 5864 Love Grove road, Rabbi
From Supply-Oliver Armayor, individual and collective se be dealt with by Narcotics
Jack Goldman; services Fridayat
ti'EJ''aro Mary Garner, Theodore Hasle, curity"-General Curtis E. Lt Internal Revenue Division of the
1800 Saturday and Sundayat
William Hines, Lawrence Kioski, May, Air Force Vice Chief of 0800 and 1800. government. This can carry a
S. L. Mott, T. E. Rowden Jr., Virginia I $2,000fine or five years in pri-
I Staff. Home hospitality will be avail-
? Shaw, Catherine Stillman, son or both for first offense.
s: able and may be obtained by
and Marie Wood.Receiving Daffynlshuns: Bridegroom'sCarthe phoning any of the above congre- Treatment for habituation Involves -
f.. } a certificate from flret-oiooy-car. gations. confinement in an institution -
Household Goods Field Office was and possibly prolonged

Blanche Hawkins. Two more certificates I psychotherapy. Naval personnel
to John Balanky and Implicated may be given an unfitness -
y Vincent Iaquinto, employed at discharge from the serv-
Chaplain Brasley the Naval Hospital, were for-

warded to the Hospital for pre- : ice.Do not risk wrecking your

Lt. Brasley New sentation there.Iceland health, service reputation and

career in a moment of idle curi

Catholic- Chaplain I .Air FacilityTo 4 osity. Don't be a "blaster."

At NATTCenter I Be EstablishedWashington :
(AFPS)-In orderto : ; *:
Lt. Lucian Brasley' is the new :
better support operations in Be HonoredPresident
Catholic Chaplain at the Naval
the Iceland area, the Navy De-
Air Technical Training.Center. .i{jrifii9 : ,S t' Eisenhower recently
has announced Naval ?
Originally from Suncook, N.H., Air partment Facility will be established a signed into law a bill proclaiming
he graduated from St. Anselmsand : December 17 as Wright Brothers
at Keflavik on or about June
work at St. iT'.YFt:
did graduate Day.Aviation
Norbert's in Wisconsin. Chaplain 30, ,1900. the nation's largest
Brasley attended the Kenrick When the air facility becomes industry, will celebrate its most

Seminary in St. Louis and the a reality, Fleet Air Squadron 107 o,"' historic event, man's first flight
will be decommissioned and personnel )& in
Diocese of Priests in Wichita,Kan. ; a powered, heavierthanaircraft.
of that unit will be transferred -, .
The new chaplain reported to ,
the Center from Chaplains Schoolat to the new command. The President has asked the

Newport, R. I. Although no commanding officer PP IIPI IHIIIIIIIIIJII _I I _"?,,,"' _X<9_ W. ,i. entire country to mark this day
Chaplain Brasley has a numberof has been named for the sta- TOTAL 60 YEARS Two NAS Jax Supply Department which has changed the lives ot
hobbies, including art, cer tion, the Navy said that Keflavik: employees were honored recently for lengthy Federal service everyone.She .
Capt. James R. Reedy Station commanding officer (right) pinsNavy's
drama NAF will be under military control -
amics, music appreciation,
anchor-type lapel emblem to Francis Gardner, while
the French langu of the Commander, Naval talked in her sleep he
and study of Otto Gundel looks on. Both employees have 30 years govern so
age. Forces, Iceland. ment service. sent her home to mutter.

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6 JAX AIR S' 1 October 1959

I First MarCad Class Undergoing Training At PensacolaFor I

the first time in 18 years a, I a
Marine Aviation Cadet class is' gram. from the ranks of enlisted Ma- To be eligible, applicants must
taking pre-flight training at Naval The 12 members of the class, rines with one entering directly be between the ages of 18 and'

Air Training Command, Pensa- known as MARCADS, will hold from civilian life. 25, single, have two years of col-
cola. a special enlisted grade of Mai The Marine Corps plans to enroll lege, and agree to serve at least

Since 1941, when the original rine Aviation Cadet and wear approximately 310 MAR- three years on active duty fol-'

Marine Aviation Cadet program officer-style uniforms. CADs for flight training which is lowing completion of flight train-:.

wias discontinued, the Marine Upon successful completion of basically similar to NAVCAD ing.The

Corps has obtained many of its the 18-month course, they will be .' training, in Fiscal Year 1960. college requirement may
commissioned second lieutenants. Classes of about 12 cadets each: be waived in the case of enlisted
combat pilots through the Naval Eleven of the 12 MARCADsin will be convened at Pensacola Marines who qualify by exami-

Aviation Cadet (NAVCAD) pro- the first class were recruited every two weeks. I nations. With/ TheToastmasters
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Civilian Job } Used ClothingOn

VacanciesAnnounced Sale At Despite competition from the

i National League ''playoff game,

Navy Civilian Toastmasters were
I Small StoresClothing '
able to complete their meeting in

I L # and Small Stores of I fine fashion Tuesday at Karl Hel-
Following is an up-to-date list N\ V 'lenthal's restaurant.
NAS Jax has available, through
of top civilian positions vacant next Friday, a number of cloth- Speeches by Dick Baber, Paul
j aboard the Naval Air Station, and ing items on sale for 25 percent Mori, E. K. McIlrath and Lawton

r' which need filling soon. of original cost, it was revealedthis Green highlighted a lively pro-
t' An opening exists in Supply week. gram, toastmastered by Ezra Bat-

1,1 for a Management Analyst, GS-9, All articles on sale have been te. Baber alerted all hands to Mr.
at $5985 to $6885 annually. recovered from the Naval Reserve K's proposal to disarm in his talk

I SUCCESSFUL applicant will program. Although clothing is not on "Let Us Be Sensible;" Dr.

perform duties in Operations and new, it is in satisfactory condi- Mori brought the membership up
Procedures Branch of Planning tion. I to date on most recent advance-

Division, handling management Li Items are being sold on a ment's in the fight against cancerin

problems, recommending correct- : "first come, first served" basis, his "What's ,New In'Cancer
ive actions and designing improved :3 and all sales are final. No exchanges Research;" McIlrath, using a local

or new procedures. are permitted after saleis case as an example, delved into
the actual meaning of "Porno-
s made.
Applicants must have had a
Peacoats in sizes 34 36 38 and graphy, insisting that what is
total of five year experience, including ......
and-one-half 44 are available at $6.10. Originalcost pornographic to one person may
one yearsof SHEKELS-SAVING SAILOR Iff money-conscious "whitehats" is $24.25.While not be so to another; while Green
specialized experience. who of sale slightly
are taking advantage special on
Other vacancies are for: used uniforms at Clothing and Small Stores these days. Going undress blue jumpers in delivered an impromptu talk on
TABULATING for one-quarter of the original price until October 9 are drew sizes 32 through 42 are on sale the many faces of Khrushchev in
Equipment Op-
and undress blue Jumpers, blue trousers and peacoats. Tryingon for $1.80, dress blue jumpers in his "Khrushchev-Ruthless Blund-
erator, GS-3; Engineer, GS-5 a dress Jumper for size and looking over another Jumper is the same sizes sell for $2.35. Blue erer or Shrewd Opportunist."
through GS-13; Stenographer, Ralph Sturteyant AE1, of Aircraft Maintenance Department. in
trousers, ranging size from 26
Serving as individual, critics
GS-2 through GS-4; Metalsmith Salesman Kenneth Cook, SK3, assists.
Aviation at $2.47 hourly; Aircraft to 46, are available ,for 215. were Bill Clearman, 'John Will,
Clothing and Small Stores issue and 'Wall Stanul with Aubrey
Metal hour, and Fabricator Instrument, at $2.17 Maker an, President. OKs Law To outlets' are located in Build- Silvey as master'evaluator.'
ings 953 and 513 aboard the Sta-
$2.52 hourly. Next week's meeting is set for
Also, Aircraft Instrument, Me- Extend Mail Privileges 1900 at Cumberland Road Hous

chanic (Electronics) at $2.52 ing. Members'are reminded of the

hourly; Leadingman, Roofer, at Washington (AFPSDutyfree ) customs barriers were raised and Gracie Hay Do installation banquet Oct. 13 at

$5,990 per year;' Aircraft Mech- gift mailing privilegesfor the packages sped on their Hellenthal's.
anic (Motor) at $2.47 hourly; servicemen overseas have
Gift mailing rights are an out- Some Good Yet
Electrician (Lineman) at $2.41 been extended until July 1, growth of wartime legislation

per hour; Sandblaster, $2.07 hour; 1961, military postal authori-' initially passed in 1942 and ex- The Navy said earlier this week Y +

Heating i Equipment Mechanic, ties have disclosed. tended two since that Hurricane Gracie, which ..F
every years ; ,
$2.37 hourly, and Paver, at $2.17 The law permitting custom-free slammed into the Carolina coast,
an hour. entry into the United States of 1949.A is providing the first continuous
House version of the bill in
DETAILS regarding the duties bona fide gifts up to the value of record from the birth. to demiseof
1957 extended the rights on a
and requirements on these jobs $50 actually expired July 1 of a hurricane.
permanent basis but this was
and appropriate application forms this year and new legislation ex- killed in the Senate.CONGRESSIONAL. On Sept. 22, a Hurricane Hunter
may be obtained at the Employ- tending the privileges was not plane from VW-4 was investi-

ment Office Building 907. signed by President Eisenhoweruntil concern gating a suspicious area near the
Office hours are 0730-1200 week July 17. over number of servicemen vio- I southern end of the Bahamas

days. IN THE JULY 1.17 interim, of- lating the privileges brought chain when a small crescent

ficials explained,. certain parcels about the two-year extension. shaped cloud began appearing on
Daffynishuns: Chaperoneoldmaid from servicemen around the Authorities emphasized, however, the aircraft's radars.

who never made the first world were delayed pending pas- that the military would "step up" This was the first time scientific -

team but is still hoping to inter- sage of the extension. campaign against violators. instruments were already on
Bulk of the have
cept a few passes. Witr i the President's action, malpractices the scene when a hurricane form-
occurred in Hawaii, officials
ed, the Navy said.
pointed out, with servicemen go-
ing to Japan on leave rather thanon Since then continuous observa-
assignment and mailing gift tions have been made, with relief -

packages duty-free to addressesin ships overlapping their oSSS +

the states.. flights.It's .
hoped this continuous observation -

will provide data on
Gray Lady ClassesTo pressures, temperatures and hu-

Convene Oct. 12 midity reading which will fill in
missing scientific information on +kSy CiR< w. 0.
Classes for Gray Lady candi- the formation of a hurricane.
dates will be offered October 12-

16 at the Naval l
Hospital Chapel. I
R{ The volunteer services offered Navy Day Theme

by Gray Ladies include various
Chosen For Fete
\) ? aids to hospital duties.

Applications from interested "U. S. Navy, Global Peace .... ,
women will be accepted from Through Mobile Seapower,"/has { _

0930-1030 in Ward B-3 at the been okayed by SecNav and
Hospital on October 6 and 8. CNO as theme for observance of not high-voltage Mamie-Certainly Van

All necessary forms will be Navy Day 1959. Doren. Currently starring in I
there for volunteers to fill outClasses The motto, which emphasizesthe M-G-M's "The Beat Generation -
for Gray Ladies are Navy's versatility and vigi- ," she sets a fine example.

) .4 held twice yearly at the Hospital.Mrs. lance as guardian of our freedomon Lady beatniks, please copy I

.. Robert Miller is chairman of the seas, will be used Oct. "w h y did you take up the
Gray Lady Service. See photoon 26-30, a period set aside '"
m,____._. ____._..._. for Navy piano
Page 8. Day observance.
EXPERT RIFLEMAN ASgt. William Leach (left) receives "My glass of beer kept sliding
Bronze Medal and Leatherneck Magazine Certificate off the violin" .
for his proficiency in rifle shooting. The awards were presented Then there was the guy who Famous Quote: "I'm fairly .
him by Lt. CoL William P. Mitchell, commanding officer of stopped at a second-hand storeto stupid myself but I have a lot You're only as good as
Marine Aviation Detachment at NATTCenter. buy one for his watch. of very intelligent help." time at bat.Page yourlast


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October 1959 "

VW-4 locks Up

Iron Man TrophyFor

the last time in its brief career, the current Main-

side Iron Man Trophy made a run to the NAS ,Jax com-

manding officer's office for presentation last week.

Airborne Early Warning Squadron -
ber 1957 outdistancing all
Four was presented the

trophy for the fourth time in two competitors.This .

b years and, by virtue of its snar- was followed by three

t y4.S Q; ,c $ ing the silverware for the fourth straight winning efforts includ-
Lit ing the most recent one, hIgh-
time, will permanently retain the
coveted) award. lighted by the win of July-Dec-
ember 1958, in which the Hunters
FIRST PLACE finishes in bas-
ketball and bowling last winter, piled up a whopping 4,520pointtotal.

plus a winning'effort in this sum-

mer's swimming meet, gave the

Cane Hunters the needed win to Officers Wives Keg

stowaway the cup.

--""" .... -""'" ,, '..:::. ';v,..,, _.... _.:.(.v.v,"?"? ....,...:..w.;:;....... ., TROPHIES SHINE AT VW.4 NEST The trophy case at Airborne Early Warning Squad- be put up for grabs starting with week of bowling in the

ron Four growl larger with'the passing of each athletic Ieason- The Cane Hunters added to this fall's competition in touch Officers Wives Bowling League

the collection, with the prize possession being permanent ownership of the coveted Iron Man football bowling, volleyball and ended with team seven still on
Trophy, awarded for overall supermacy in Mainside intramural I po r is. Holding trophies for golf:

championships In basketball and *swimming is Lt (jg) Carl Hill, (left) while Comdr. Drexel E. A UNIT entered in Mainside top.Teams four and ten went intoa
Poynter VW.4 skipper, holds Iron Man Trophy. At right, George Martz, AOC. holds Maihside
Intramural competition must pile
and All-Station bowling silverware. tie for second place with teams
up enough points to win the nine and two "B" tied for third.A .

VW-4'A' Team ., award four times, not necessarily' substitute bowler laid claimto
in succession to gain permanent the week's individual laurels,

t, possession of the trophy. with Miriam Conde of team seven
Holds Slim .
LeadIn The trophy permanently won taking both the high individual

by VW-4 was the third in a line game and high set, with a 188

Fall Golf PlayVW4 of Iron Man Trophies with Fas-! and 496, respectively.Team .

ron Six and VFP-62 winning the seven continued its win-

"A" maintained a healthylead first two.Fasron. ning ways in team events by cap-

in the Mainside'intramuralGolf Six stashed away the turing high team game with a
League as second place VA- QUANTITYHIKE granddaddy while the Photo out- 698 and high team set with 1983.

44 and third place Marine Bar- fit, after; : a few other units hada Dan .Brown of team four received ,

racks staged drives for the lead FISTIC HOPESMore leg on the second trophy, cop- plaudits but no cigars as

last week. ped the silver with four semi-an- she picked up a 5-7 split.NARTU's .
than 30 hopefuls answered the bell- for start of nual wins.
The Cane Hunters
out in
workouts for the Jax Navy boxing team at the NATTCenter
front of the pack with an eight VW-4 GOT its first taste of Oliver

win and'one loss record, while Gym last week. Navy champion in the light intramural victory by recording '

VA-44 has 13% wins and four Earlier indications showed pos- heavyweight division. 3,260 points in the JulyDecemTennis Top TD Scorer
and sibility of the Fliers fielding an
one-half losses. ----- ---
An impressive group of be- I Ken Oliver of NARTU became first
unusually potent Open leader In the race for high icorer In the
Third place Marines hold 13 ginners turned out bolstering
a TourneySet
team and off last week's sessions, Melnslde Football league last week when
win and five loss slate while Air- coach Dusty Sirois' hopes for a
the Novice group should also be he scored hit fourth touchdown of the
craft Maintenance is fourth witha stronger than usual. well-rounded veterannewcomersquad. For Station

12% and 51% record. AH active military personnel year.VW4 has three men on the scoring
lilt with Zackowskl, Robert
HEADING returning ringmen Terry Tripp
Overhaul and Repair holds fifth is Lawrence Howard of Fasron SIROIS AND his assistant, Bob aboard the Station are eligibleto and John Fulford nil having one slx-polrtt-

place with a 600 percentage, while mIddle- Howland, were kept busy the participate in the first annual er piece.
Nine 1957
All-Navy tennis tournament sched- Operation placed two men with Earl
sixth-place finds Operations with first week issuing gear and run-
weight king and Tom McTigueof uled Drennan scoring one TD and Robert
to start October 19.
only 1% wins against a 16% loss Marine Barracks last year's ning the boys through conditioning Mathews another.Administration's.
tally. drills. Most of the boxers needto Only persons not eligible to contribution It Don
118-pound; Jax Golden Gloves take part in the event are cur- Fra.ee with one TD to his credit.
Public Works and VP-5 have trim a few pounds and get rid
titlist. of rent or former varsity tennis Ron Rival of NARTU holds a one point
kinks before to
yet to win a match with both have some taking team members. standing with a successful point after
Some outstanding pugilists
the ring.A touchdown while Administration's
teams tied for last with no wins Tennis recquets and balls attempt
yet to appear in the local stable. smoker, which is hoped to Bernie Weiolowskl has a two point safetyto
and nine setbacks. : Sirois carries fond hopes of wel- will be available for checkout his credit.
be the first of several attractive
coming such N a v y fighters as from the Athletic Office.
cards for local
Blessed Jesus Valentine, All-Navy 112- planned fight fans Deadline for entries is October Stanley Woodward, noted pig-
are they who runaround is being planned for late this
in circles, for they shall pound king in 197, Young Basic month with a tentative date set 13. Entries should be skin prognosticator, picks .Army
be known as wheels. and James Ross tte, current All- made through Frank McCaf- second in the country with Lou-
of October 27. Fifteen bouts
are frey at extension 585. isiana State to repeat as mythical
being eyed for the Station event. national champion Bob And-
With Astute Heart Grid Seers
arson. Cadet halfback, is one of

Keep Optics On Crystal Ball"When America Woodward backfield pre-season choices All-and

'It' the only service academy athleteso
you get as old as we are, you're bound to find the << cc..' chosen '
,,...,.><..., .
., ..
mused the Editor's "
winning combination. It just takes time, upon .: "
showing the way again in the weekly football predictions.The (.1. :: ;: .: //: .. '': :,..:"':,

Editors came up with nine right choices while Joe O'Brien ('4J t- j |
enjoyed a fairly good week picking eight right selections. Ron '( 200 CLUB I

Davis got six while guest picker Andrew Planey got seven correct '." The "200".Club welcomed seven

ones. (Didn't want to show us up, he says.) new members and two repeaterslast
Guest for this week comes from the Photo Lab. He's Wally week. .
Frye PH3. If '7 Jack Wade of ComFair Jax "A"
Onthe board are: Navy-SMU; Villanova-Holy Cross; North- : and Bob Mason of O&R stayed on

westernIowa; Notre Dame-Purdue; Ohio State-Southern Cal; ,,.... ,, .. ... J;. the roster for the second straight
Clemon-Ga. Tech Virginia-Florida; Miami-Florida State; Cali liCn' '
; ,week as they both posted a 203'
fornia-Texas; Utah-Washington; Dartmouth-Penn; IndianaMinnesota -

; Colorado-Oklahoma; Alabama-Vanderbilt, and Small School game.
Walt Heison of Hospital ran
Sleeper Tufts-Bates. ';.,, ;
with high for the
,:::,.::.:, away
FRYE DAVIS O'BRJER EDITORS {: :.i club when he turned in a 233.
Navy Navy Navy SMU Operations O&G placed two in
Holy Cross Holy
Northwestern Holy Cross Northwestern Holy Cross Northwestern Iowa the elite as Bill Scarbrough and

Notre Dame Purdue Notre Dame Notre Dame Louie DeMichele posted 201 and

Ohio State Southern CaL Southern CaL Southern CaL 223 games respectively;
Clemson i .
Clemson Clemson Ga. Tech ... Bob Duros of VAP-62 "A" kept

Florida Florida Miami Florida Miami Florida Miami .;. ........... ....- .. .,. -:;"' ,. .....:.... ,..- his team in top position with a

Miami Texas Texas Texas Texas 200 CLUB MEMBERS This bowling trio from O & R 222 effort, while Joseph Ortegaof

Washington Washington Washington Washington Department recorded thee; 200 games in competition on the X-3 marked up a 209 game.
Dartmouth Penn Dartmouth Penn Mainside Lanes last week. The glitter games were produced in Finishing up in this week's honor -
Indiana Indiana Indiana the three-match tetto with VP-5 during league play. Proudly
Indiana circle are Alex Gunneus, Com
Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma showing off, their scores are left to right, Richard Steffe.
Oklahoma Vanderbilt Alabama Alabama Marsh Byrd and Bob Mason. The three helped olin defeat the Fair "A" with a 203, and Al
Vanderbilt Dates Tufts Tufts 'Tufts Patrolmen, ..31.I Arch of Galley 1 with 204.


Page 8 SAX &H NEWS 1 October 1959

I Local Navy Units Schedule New Officer

CC UF Kickoff Rallies Test SystemContinued

( from Page 1))
Continued from
( Page 1)) '
addresses by Rear Adm. Ken- This year, as last, solicitation will be prescribed for fiscal 1961
neth Craig Commander Fleet Air envelopes will not be distributedto 2 11 L and subsequent years to meet
Jacksonville and representatives personnel, unless they specifi- needs of the service.

of the Community ChestUnitedFund. cally request them.In These'requirements are being

all other aspects, the 1959 phased in so that sufficient time
Commanding officers of partici- campaign will be conducted in will be available to satisfy themin
pating commands will also be in accordance with the present; Fed- an orderly fashion.A .
attendance. The Jax Navy band eral Plan, based on the principleof forthcoming instruction,
will provide music.SIMILABL true voluntary giving. f which will revise Instructions
Y, at Naval Station Contributors can give cash do- : 1416.ID and 1416.6, will set forth
Mayport and NAS Cecil Field, nations; can pledge and pay for ; new method ,determining professional .
hundreds of keymen, Naval dignitaries four equal amounts to the key- fitness for promotion of
and CC-UF personnelwill man during course of the drive, 4 officers and warrants on active
gather for kickoff rallies Oct. or can pledge entire amount and duty. ,
'7 and 9, respectively. pay directly to the CC-UF on a These officers should system-
--- semi-annually, quarterly, or 1I Ii atically plan their professional.
monthly basis.MILITARY.
;: study in accordance with this in-'
.. and civilian per- formation.
sonnel from these activities will
1 .&. )I1! .m*,i_ .it<< YW" .''''II
participate: NAS Jax, including
class of novice Television Series On
Navy Exchange Household
Sunday. October 4 Gray Lady Trainees are scheduled to undergo classroom work
Goods Field Office, ComNabSix, October 12-16 at the Naval Hospital Chapel. A coffee was Navy Shown ,MondaysThe
ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL Navy Area Audit Office, Marine last week to acquaint: women with work of the Gray Lady romance and adventure of
0830-Service of Worship. Barracks, Commissary Stores,US- Service. Several signed up at that time. At registration desk life in the Navy stays populareven
0930-Sunday School, three- AF 679th ACWRon, Naval AirMobile were, (clockwise, from front) Mesdames A. Nemoff, N. P. in an age of electronic computers -
Training Detachment, Foss (in uniform), A. B. Davis, L. P. Zeola, R. B. Miller (in and ballistic missiles.If .
year-olds through adults Build-
uniform) and J. M. Riggan.
ing 722; Service of Worship Navy Training Devices Center, it's true as they say, we'll always -
Navy Fuel Depot, Disease Vector need an infantry, the new
Chaplain Beatty.
1100-Service of Worship. Control Center, and 6ND Print Service Academy Exams Set Nov.! 7 I television series "Hennesey,"

1830 Teenage Fellowship, Shop; Commander Fleet Air Jack- Competitive examinations for starring Jackie Cooper, will fur-
Small Chapel; Senior-High Fellowship sonville; Commander Fleet Air appointment to the service acad- is no Naval Academy vacancy at ther demonstrate we'll also always -
Building 722. Wing Eleven; Naval Air Technical emies are scheduled to be held in present but this examination will need the guys. who keep
1930-United Fellowship of Training Center'; Naval Hospital Jacksonville Nov. 7. be given should one develop.All the Fleet afloat."Hennesey .

Protestants, Building 722. ; Naval AirR_ serve Train- Information on the examina- legal residents of Duval and ," the story of a
ing Unit; NAS Cecil Field; NS tions can be obtained,.and appli- Clay counties, at least 17 but not young Navy doctor,is being shown
ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL Mayport; Navy-Marine Corps Re- cations filed, in the office of US over'22 years of age'by July, are each Monday at 2200 on WJXT,
0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass. serve Training Center, NavyMarine Rep. Charles E. Bennett, Room eligible for the exams. Channel Four.
Corps Recruiting' Office, and 226, Post Office and Courthouse
ST. LUKE'S,CHAPEL Resident Industrial Manager's Of- Building. Ron? "Do you run' things at Bob: "Say,' were you on the
Naval Hospital fice. ,Two :vacancies will be filled for your house?" ark' ?" _
Co-chairmen for the, campaignare the Military Academy, and one Rob: "Certainly not!"
J 0630-Sunday Mass.0930iProtestant :' Capt. Kenneth Wheeler and each for the Air Force and Merchant O. B: "Yeah,,the washing, ma- Bob: "Then how come you.,
; Service. \' Charles Field. Marine Academies. There chine and the furnace. weren't drowned?"

1' I Schedule of Special:Services,Activities and.Facilities, October 1-7 I I

MOVIESNAS Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday
Bldg. $12NATTCenler 1800-2000 1900Holiday 1900 1400-1900 1900 1900 1900
Four Skullsof ForLovers The Horse's :Ask Any Girl BeatGeneration \Battle Hell The Young
J. Drake Mouth Lions

Bldg. 563 1900 1900 1400-1900. 1400-1900 1900 1900 1900
Enemy Four Skulls Holiday Horse's Mouth Ask Any Girl Beat Battle Hell
Hospital 1900 1900"Yesteday's 1900 1900 1900Horse's 1900 1900
Rebel Set Enemy Four Skulls <, Holiday Mouth Ask Any Girl Beat Generation

NAS Bldg. 3NATTC.nter 0815-2100 0815-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100''

Bldg. 583 0930-2100 0930-2100 1300-2100( 1300.2100 0830-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100

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


I NAB, Bldg. 055NATTCenler 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100 1400-2100 Closed. 1000-2100 1000-2100

Bldg. 513
1600-2200 1600-2200 1300-2300. ( 1300-2300 1600-2200 1600-2200 1600-2200

i Blue Jackets Inn 2000-2400 2000-2400 2000-2400 2000-2400 2000-2400 1630-2400 2000
i Special Band Jimmy Geiger Redcoats Stanley Bros. Bingo .'

EM NATTCenler 1630-2300 1630-2300 1630-2300
1630-2300 1200-2330 1400-2330 1400-2330

EMNARTU 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 Closed Closed 1130-1300
1630-2230 1630-2230 1630-2330 1630-2330 1630-2230

HAS Outdoor Pools 1100-2000 1100-2000 11002000The 1200-2000 1100-2000 1100-2000 1100-2000,

NATTC Outdoor Pools Secured For Season

NATTCenier Gym Open
1300-2100 1300-2100 1000-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100

NAB Bowling 1000-2400 OBr 1000-2400 OB 1000-2400 OB 1300-2400 OB 1000-2400 OB 1000-2400 OB 1000-2400 OB
11600-2200 LB 1600-2200 LB 1300-2400: LB 1600-2200 LB 1600-2200 LB 1600-2200 LB

NATTC Craft Shop /i 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-Dark _

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

Fish Camp 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800-V4 hr. 0800-% hr. 0800hr..
Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Closed Closed

Hobby Shop. Bldg. tg3 1400-2100 1400-2100 0900-2100 1300-2100 Closed Closed 1400-2100 V

Indoor Swimming Bldg.dl& 1600-2000 1600-2000: 1130-2000 1200-2000 1600-2000 1600-2000 1600.2000I

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