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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: October 22, 1959
Frequency: weekly
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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ky: .} N 'Blue Angels' H ere Sunday


Open House Sunday at Jax
Naval Air Reserve Training Jax Fire Department, a flyover man in left wing position is Lt.
of four A3D aircraft the The dif-
Navy'snew Herbert Hunter. very
Unit, highlighted with a show
by the "Blue Angels," will twin-engine jet plane, and ficult "slot" position is handledby
jl., climax week-long activities at 1500, the "Blue Angels," theNavy's Lt. Robert Rasmussen.

for the Weekend Warriors. I top precision fliers.
SOLO Pilots are Lt. Comdr.
Sunday has ,also been been SINCE their beginning in June Jack Dewenter and Lt. John

designated Navy Day in Jack- 1946, here at NAS Jax, the Blue Damian. Two other pilots travelin

;' sonville. Angels have become one of the the group. They are Lt. Mark'

Open House will begin at 1200 most famous flight demonstrationteams Perrault, Public Information Officer

_ _ _ } with NARTU as host. Static dis- in the world. Their dia- and Lt. Comdr. Jackson
plays will be set up for the pub- mond formation flying has thril- Reavis, Engineering Officer
lic in the NARTU hangar. The led over 35 million people.
afternoon's activities include the Angels will be flying the
a They're led by Comdr. Zeb
helicopter demonstration by NAS Knott. Capt. Stoney Maycock,, supersonic Grumman F11F-1

r Jax Air-Sea Rescue Unit, fire- only Marine on the team, is in I "Tiger" at speeds ranging from

fighting demonstration by NAS right wing position.. The No. 3 (Please turn to page 2. CoL 5))







J11X AJWt1J







-- AERIAL 'ACROBATS-The famed "Blue Angels" flight Vol. 17 No. 33 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 22 October 1959

demonstration team will fly its F11F Grumman "Tigers" in an
aerial show to climax Open House festivities at NARTU Sunday
I afternoon. The "Blue Angels" are due to blast off at 1500. Other Plan Issued
highlights of Open House, which is Jointly sponsored by NARTU
and the Navy League, include fire-fighting demonstration, A3D
flyover and helicopter rescue. For Holiday'Early


ARMED FORCES EYE Outs'

r J
Yt
TOP CAREER FORCE fL }y Washington (AFPSl-An "ear-

ly out" program during the

) A Christmas-New Year holiday period -

WashlnMPS Ie"seas'r er ar" for officers and enlisted men
chi
ts
in I crib s., in continental U.S. has been an-

Charles C nounced by Department of De-
btWHj| Y
I he saldIUR4 per ce fense.
Secretary jHp Hf
sonnet, ManpHL Hl As5il enlisted iH the servj w
who '
told newsmeMHWMe areerists by the Specifically,. personnel se
FY 1959 the proportion had risento normal expiration of obligated
much of this good showing to 'F
t
45 per cent. service or enlistment would occur
passage of last year's militarypay
bill and to other recent legis- He said that during FY 1958 during the period Dec. 18,

lation. more than 100,000 "low poten- 1959, and Jan. 4, 1960, inclusive,

THE PAY bill Career tial" personnel were separated : will be released Dec. .10 through
amending
Compensation under special early release pro- ..,O.OOS}.}:;..::';.v-mw.v"v.o'i,...... ..,.,,,,Hrvxry"pv.n-va'.ma't'FV'Nrll.Smv..ro'ANYOIMWWMYpYNN 18.
Act of 1955,
grams. 'TURN TO"-Shouts newly promoted third class petty officer -
was designed to modernize the
Danny 'Hopper, (right) of NAS Jax Aircraft Maintenance DEFENSE Department said
military pay system and to STAhj reenl tment. Catching blunt of the new POs "attack" are Sea- about 8,500 military personnelwill
tract and retain highly litfV ere y tigased Jimmy Wall and Raymond Weber. Hopper due to be add be affected.

personnel.In o i and pence December '16, is one of 71 making third class. Twentyye
Excluded from the early out
addition retaining ciite others will advance to second class while 31 go up 'to E-6.
programs, policy are:
selective recruitment and the Proud Prograi Reservists undergoing six-

weeding out of ineffectuals are ease turn a Col. S psticks Could've Brought months' active duty or training
helping the Services develop the| under the Reserve Forces Act of I

experienced, professional force 1955, andAliens
originally envisioned by the Co- Vickers, WhitingTop Price Here
High YesterdayFood seeking to qualify for
ordiner
Committee, he said.
AE GradsWilliam citizenship by completion of

"Our highest personnel stand- Vickers, AEIAN, of for the body, ala Oriental-style, provided food for three years of active military

ards have reduced the number of Uvalde, j ex., and Richard thought for partakers of the evening meal at Mainside Mess service.

AWOLs by one-fourth" during the Whiting, AEMAN, of Grants Hall yesterday as that eating establishment celebrated its THE DOD said other service

past two years, Finucane said, Pass, Ore., captured honors at observance of United Nations Day.n persons maybe excluded as re-
"and we have moved 50,000 en- the recent gradual ia- ere q the needs of the in-

listed men from so-called 'soft tion Electrician's 01, t .,,, les di itary service.
core' Jobs into the critical skill mChOW?
of the
Class A, at NA tf1ter ,
fields. Vickers will be :t t?: as- ty lrpr..... r ast brllosere pec observe ;fut Days ex- eck Cashing

RETENTION of career personnel ron 51 at NAS ord for AS
by ti Ing men tooth Here
has helped greatly in the future transfer t 7. Fridayck
se au ions of the 1
overall experience level of the Whiting has been to cashing service
services, Finucane declared.At Hatron Three, als San- d "raised odentsuggested Ei ra- rovided Station per
ford. pork in sweet-sour sauce, veal Armed Forces installa- sonnel tomorrow (Friday) by

the beginning of Fiscal 1957, chop suey, fried rice, Oriental tions serve.an international meal Brink's, Inc. in an effort at

TOLTOTT kaposzta, arroz, I Ifa making it easier for personsto

s u 1 y e piyazi and blom- contribute to the Community -
I I Employees Slated For Polio InoculationsCivilian I kaalsgratin might have been Chest-United Fund cam

foods appearing on bill-of-fare paign.

employees of the' Station in the shot series should do so-ed during the week. I at other service mess halls yes- The check cashing service

will hold "Polio Vaccine, during the week. Shots will be O&R employees will report for terda will be between Buildings 101
Week" next week as workers given for all departments Tuesday inoculation October 27 I Bucount es and and 101- rom 1030
Tuesday, ,
1200 00 to 1330
list of m an
undergo immunization with Salk through Friday.
from 0800 to 1200. "B" shift em- utside Bull of Supplyapartment.
vaccine shots, at Building 101-W. Those receiving the first shot ployees will report the same day ideas ods repres ) .
next week will be due for ad- tative r countri f
Although the program is strictly from 1300 to 1530. the Un Three telle Bl cash checks
ministering of the second dose in
voluntary, officials believe Public Works is listed for Wed- jm a Brin Hic. truck in
the series sometime in December.The Unite o o d was
there's no need to attempt to im- nesday, from 0800-1200 and 1300- joe of rovfljfcllers. Con-
third polio'shot will also suggesteWdaps for
the valueof 1500. Supply Department is due will be nearby for CC-
press upon employees tamers
be available for those who received countries. The dessert called
inoculation against polio. Per- for shots Thursday from 0800- UF contributions.In .
the second inoculation at typically. American is pumpkinpie.
sons with a known allergy to 1200 and 1300-1500 with other case of inclement weather
least seven months ago.
penicilin will not be accepted For employees who got the departments and stragglers reporting AMONG government places checks will be cashed under -

however. third shot' at least one year ago, Friday on the same planning to observe UN Day with cover adjacent to the above

Persons desiring to get the first a fourth shot will be administer- hours. (Pleas turn to Page 8, CoL) listed areas.I .



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22 October
195a
2 JAX AIR NEWS _ _ _ _


Home Heaters Should Be In Good


JfI }{ 4 ifsNAS Condition Before Being Turned OnThe I



Jacksonville -
Capt.: James R. Reedy ".............................................................. Commending Officer first cooling breezes of improper the flow regulating mechanism-
Cept. Greyiton H. Weber ................................................................ Executive; Officer autumn have swooped into all such fires are caused by tested to make sure it's functioning -
NAB Six; Fleet Air JeckionvUle : this and far behind operation of the appli- This

Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig! .................,................,..................................... Commander I area not properly. cleanlinessand
.Cept. George R. Luker ............................................................ Chief of Staff, FalrJax will come the annual crop of ance.Main fires are freedom from cloging must
Capt. Macphenon, Williams .................................................... Chief of Staff, NAB Six I fires in homes caused by improperly causes of heater be maintained.
'FI..t Air Wlnf Eleven operated heaters. accumulation of dirt and carbonin
rod is
Capt. Robert M. Milner ............................................................................ Commander I PERSONS should exercise the fire box and flooding. 2. A lighter best. How.
Capt. Charles L lambing ............................................................ Chief Staff Officer I ever, if the oil is lighted by toss-
Naval Air Technical Training Center common sense and intelligence THE STATION Fire Department ing in a burning match or scrapof

Capt. Robert J. Fleming ________ _____ ________ Commanding Officer I in getting ready for the heating recommends use of the following paper, make sure too much

Gomdr. Gerald R. Pearson ,............................;............................... Executive OfficerNavt season, reports the NAS Jax Fire rules, which must be followed fuel is not in the fire pot. Use a

Capt. Alton C. Abernethy.......................Hotpital...........'..................... Commanding Officer Department. to avoid an eventual oil flashlight if necessary.
Capt. John G. Feder ......................................................................... Executive Officer Heaters, burning liquid fuel, heater fire: 3. NEVER fill a portable heat.er .
particularly kerosene, cause by
NARTU

Capt. F, H. Holt ........................................................................ Commanding Officer far the largest number of fires, 1. The heater must be cleanedout while it's burning.
Comdr B. N. Hart ...........................?............................... Acting Executive Officer officials state. It's safe to say that before the season begins andINOCULATION. 4. Never move a portable heat.er .

. while it's burning.
Printed
commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at no --------
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-95 Rev. July 1958. 5. Place the heater where it
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, cannot be tipped over and keepit
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air from curtains and furni-.
Reserve Training Unit and the U. SI; Naval Hospital. away

t Service Information Officer .................... Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnls Jr. r ] ture.
Assistant Service Information Officer .... ............... Andrew H. Planey Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters-Elaine Terrell; Ron Davis, AN; Gene '1\<', according to Fire Chief Don Moran
Hagan, JOSN Ellen -
; Gay, SKI. Photographer-Joieph O'Brien, PH3.
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material is never burn anything except
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs, ; the proper fuel in a heater. A
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photographs. space heater is not meant to
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone extensions .
8164, 656, 272 or 216. c serve as an incinerater.

",'". FIRE OFFICIALS also remind

that an unvented heater burns

Who Cares ? 1 oxygen in the room and must

. .
%_& / have a fresh, supply. A windowor

Who will care for an abandoned child? t,:: door should always be open.
,
Who will aid the physically handicapped? ," ;',. Chief Moran emphasizes that

Who will assist deserted families? common sense and a little care
"
Who will help a serviceman on emergency leave? could prevent practically all of

Who will loqk out for our crippled and retarded f/i the oil heater fires that break

children? out in the state each year,as the

Who administers programs for youngsters and teenagers fall heating season begins.

? .'; 1 r? \ }<) PUBLIC WORKS Departmenthas

Who will provide entertainment for the servicemenon < ;'J1l }( cleaned and properly adjusted -

liberty? i r t : :t" ,.':,*:;r-\,Bt.r'>j, all heaters, used in Naval
"'
Who cares about our mentally retarded? housing units aboard the Station
1960 STYLE Henry SiwinkL BM2, is and in Dewey Park and Cumber-
Very pertinent questions. But not as hard to answer all smiles as be leeetns a shot from Akio Asano, HM2, of NAT- land Road, projects.
as you think. The answer to the above questions TCenter Dispensary. Siwirki was one of 1600 men getting a vaccine j
or If malfunction of your
inoculation last week from spray, a new method any
"Hyp
t' United problems, is: an agency bf the Community Chest- of injection without a needle. Siwirski s comment when queriedon heater takes place, notify Public

Fund. the new way of getting "shot" was "I didn't feel a thingHThe Works Trouble Desk, extension

Who supports the agencies: new spraygun way of administering inoculations II still in 325. Do not attempt to make any
development stages but the future looks rosy for Its use in the
The answer to that one is simple: YOU armed services.Wonders. adjustments on the appliance

You can help the unfortunate citizens who have yourself.

nowhere else to turn for help. How? By giving your

fair share to the Community Chest-United Fund Never Cease! 'Blue

drive now in progress. Angels'Here

Who cares whether these people are ever helped? Now
You do! Yes, you do. You may grumble about the It's Painless ShotOut SundayContinued

high cost of. living about the
or huge CC-UF
goal. of science's battle against pain has ( from Page)
But you will give because what come a new way
care
to children with you happens of administering vaccine without the needle. The new 600-170 miles per hour with their
deserted
no families
parents affect.
ed by unforeseen disasters ,unmarried mothers, method, called "Hypospray," was first used aboard the Sta wings at times only three to five
without -
tion last
Thusday at the NATTCenter Disnensarv. feet apart.
.,
support, physically and mentally retarded children -
Hypospray is a system of inoculation
-
To coincide with their appear-
and adults, and people without income throughno in which a "spray gun"is down and can only be repairedby
and House at NARTU,
fault of their and other ance Open
own needy persons. used instead of the dreaded trained mechanics."It Navy Day has been moved for-

'.1.1. You'll give because you care! needle. Serum is pushed into the is good to have this new ward by official Washington approval -
skin by compressed air, 1600 method of
injection and it pro- to October 25 in Jack-

F ,, L pounds per square inch, forcingthe mises to be very helpful to any sonville. -
A' t tj serum in a stream about medical
one- unit, during most
typesof
THE DAY WILL be celebrated
t j'J4. t.LT j
__ thirteenth the size of a needle mass inoculation," commented
nationwide October 27, the
c 1- ; k point and at a speed of 600 miles Capt J. E. Fulghum, Medical on
official
per hour out of the gun next to Officer of NAS Jax. .Navy Birthday.
your arm. Personnel are urged to wear
In a two-part experiment using their uniform Sunday when goingto

THE SERUM is dispersed into the "needle" and "gun" at NAT- church, work or on liberty.

SS lllsSSfiill the tissues. Undoubtedly, this TCenter, the following results. Air
Although Naval/Marine
is a painless, fast and efficient were obtained: Six weeks
ago
Reserve began
,way to take a shot. The after- the Center conducted Week officially
a mass
effect is, however, the same old influenza inoculation with the Monday, the coveted CNATRA
administrative
trophy-given to the
fashioned one-the arm gets : needle. In one-and-one-half hours
unit showing most improve
1100 men were given two shots
sore.After ment in the NARTC commandwas -
Thursday's experimenthere each. Using the "gun" last Thurs- presented NARTU Jax Saturday
Capt. Jerome Moore, NAT-I day 1400)
men received shots in by Vice-Admiral Robert
TCenter Medical Officer, said he
the same period of time Goldthwaite, Chief of Naval Air
thought the gun was very effec-

tive and could possibly be used THIS ,EXPERIMENT proves Training.The .

by the services in the near fut the gun has definite advantages NARTU area will be the
only of the base to
area open
ure. "There still
are things to
-speed, no pain, no nausea or the during
be worked public and parking
out, however, and at
fear-but the gun broke down open house will be available in
present we can still rely on the
hypodermic needles when it and the needle once again provedits this area, north of Yorktown

comes to giving a small numberof worth.It avenue, and on' the parade
grounds. Parking teams will be
shots" state Capt. Moore. is the opinion of
( medical on hand to assist the public.

__m_________..___________.. THE GUN isn't commonly usedat authorities that the future will SCHEDULE
RECEIVE CONGRATULATIONS Vice Admiral Robert present because it isn't prac- have both, the "needle" and the 1200-Gatet open to the public

Goldlhwaile. (right) congratulates present and former skipperof tical for administering less than "gun"-the hew with the old- 1400-Helicopter demonstration
VP-742 for the squadron's selection u winner of the Noel 200 shots at one time; cleaning it
Davis Trophy. Present commanding officer of the unit Is Comdr. after only a small number of; and if the gun is made econo- 1430-Fire-fighting demonstration

F. D. Murphy, (left) while Comdr. J. C. Fulton, (center) was shots would take too much time; mical and practical for administering 1 "o-Flyover 4-A3D aircraft
former CO. Admiral Goldthwalte also'presented the CNATRA 1500-Blue Angels take off
Trophy to NARTU Jax In the ceremony which took place last I and ,energy. And, too, the gun single injections, it could 1510-BJue Angels flight ..how17OG.tea

Saturday aboard the Station. being mechanical can break: win the battle over pain. closed to visitorsPage


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22 >ciober :1959 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3



Series E, H Savings, Bonds



\ ww Carrying Improved Rates


n I President Eisenhower has signed into law authorizationfor

improved interest rates 'and other terms of Series E

s and H Savings Bonds _retroactive to June 1, 1959.R. .
t L. Markham, State Directorof -
extension period if held the full
the Savings Bonds Division,
advises that the legislation ten years.

creates the following improve- 4. Matured bonds, issued from

a ments: May 1941 ,through May 1949

1. NEW SERIES E Bonds issued which are already in their 10year -,

a w r June 1, 1959 and after earn extension period and which

3% percent compounded semi- will reach second maturity in

annually if held to maturity.This May 1961 have been given a

increase is made possibleby second 10-year extension.

reducing maturity term of the Markham stated that while twill

bond to seven yearS and nine take a few weeks for the

months. Treasury to supply the country's

t 2. All outstanding E and II thousands of Savings Bonds is-

bonds bought before the above using agents with the new bond
__ ______._..._ __ __ __mn_ n___ '"_ stock
date earn at least one-half per- all bonds issued June 1,
FIRST OVER THE TOP-Honors for the first to
group go than from 1959 and thereafter will all
New Measure Aids over the top in the Community Cheit-United Fund Drive belongto cent more formerly carry
Transportation Division of NAS Public Works Department. now until naturity of the improved rates and privi-

WWI DischargeesVeterans Transportation exceeded its goal both in participation and PRESENT bonds earning 3 leges.

money-wise. Following announcement that Transportation bad percent or three percent for full Nb action is required or need-
discharged as aliens batted 100 per cent, word was received that Public Works De-
during WWI may be entitled to partment itself zoomed over the top. Left to right are Ray maturity will now earn one-haU ed by owners of Series E and II

pension or compensation as a Hurst Joe Hulbert, and Viola Higgenbotham, campaign workers percent more. Those earning 2.9 Bonds issued before the above
: W. A. Dauphin foreman CWO Ossie L. Drennan Transportation date in order to benefit
result of law : percent will now earn 6/10 per- by the
a signed by President -
Officer J. Etter. Public Works Officer
: Capt. Henry
cent more. new terms, which take effect automatically -
Eisenhower July 28, the and J. D. Henry and Fred Von Eberstein, campaign workers. ,.
Veterans Administration announ- There will be a lesser improve- ,
ced. ment in yields if bonds are redeemed -
Stars And Bars Is RarestOf before their next maturi-
,
Before signing of the law
new :
ty. The increase will be on a Classified
WWI veterans discharged as Civil War Relics Now graduated scale, starting with
aliens were required to prove ,
'
first full period after June 1,
that* they did not request their Orange Calif. (AFPS) Whatever happened those 1959. For Rent

own discharge. Confederate flags, which symbolized the "Lost Cause" to There is no retroactive in- 3-Bdrm unfurn hie. kit. equ pt. yard
diehard Southerners? with tre... $65 per mo. 804 leBrun Dr.
The act in interest
new presumes these crease rates for peri-
The Stars and Bars is the toughest relic of the to find EV 46760.
war
veterans did not their ods before this date.
request 2-Bdrm furn hi., front patio 'large
own discharge unless the Gov- says. Civil War collector Sam country hunting for any Civil '3. BONDS unmatured at June corner' 'lot, 805'' Plainfield Ave." Orange
Fowler. And the next most-
Park CO 49351.
ernment establishes proof they War relic. 1, 1959 (issued from June 1949
sought-after items trousers 3-Bdrm unfurn ha., Kit Swim-
are aqutpt.
did; :according to B. J. Gannon, of either'uniform.. Song sheets -of favorite Civil through April 1957) on which a ming pool fenced 'lot near school 3519

officer-in-in charge of the .Jack War ditties, like "Just Before the ten year, three percent exten- Washingtonian St. $125 par mo. EV
,sonville VA Office said. IN HIS HUGE collection of Battle Mother" or "Hail Ulysses," sion has been promised, will now 9-8883.

Civil War relics, Fowler has being of a perishable nature, rateas earn 3%: percent for the entire 3-Bdrm 1944 fum h... screened patio. $110
Constant
The agq of ice can be ,determined coats blouses, boots, capsbutno major finds. per Village.rno.EV 9-8883. Dr., Normandy

by Navy radar. "Young"ice trousers.On I FOR TYRO Civil War ,buffs, ble items, costing less than hard-, 3-Bdrm h..., large screened patio i ,
is slick; "old" ice is bumpy the eve of the centennial Fowler suggests starting with a to-find Civil War surplus, ar $ioo'per' mo. Near NAS and Cecil Held.-

.after being tossed about by celebration of the conflict,' col- collection of original photographsof war-era books or newspapers. EV 9-2575.
3-Bdrm apt. furn, cony. to school
weather. lectors are fanning out Over the men in uniform. Other valua-I Badges of Civil War encamp- and .NAS.. $55 per mo. 4502 'IrvlngfonAv
findsand
ments are easy to inexpensive EV 8-6788.

It'll Whet The Palates Of All ,Men* Fowler adds. 5-Rmi furn. bee, screened front and

But the way to get a head starton back porch Garage. $80 per mo. 4502.

'Soupe Aux Jax-Fevre' Local Chef'sContribution the next war-era collection, Beverly 2-Bdrm Avenue.trlr. furn.EL 55371.,On waterfront, $65

says Fowler, is to begin now per mo. Milton Berry Doctor'a Inlet. CO

To Bean Contest with 'WWII. souvenirs. They maybe 49663.
Soup valuable for your great-grand- Trailer space, Large wooded prlv. lot,
r- I children. water furn. EV 93551.
For Sale.
Operation Bean Soup, an ficer; Comdr. Gerald R. Pear- I Parmesan buttered cheese. Chill 2-Bdrm 2 bath h..., fenced yard car
"At the Honolulu
extremely popular annual son, NATTCenter executive officer bowls.' I Airport the port. $1200 total", 4%% 'loan, A. C _
Uncle Lcdr. Lawrence Suther- Scouts were met by girls who I Wagner Ext 423 or SP 10904.(
contest peculiar to ; If served hot, use buttered
them ZfeBu1410
Sam's Navy, sends many land, NAS Jax Commissary Of- garlic croutons. Garnish each gave flowered /-
N.Y. .
amateur and professionalchefs ficer, and Lcdr. Francis Bow- serving with a little parsley. ( ) e CourierExpress.Daynkhurw e e

to the kitchen in searchof die, Dietician at the Naval Hos- Recipe should serve six peo- : Cribbage in / ScowlingVW4 I
novel for pital.
: new, recipes ple. fancy.e .
turning the lowly bean into Chief Potito's recipe follows: .

succulent fare. INGREDIENTS Nine new officers have been
This year's contest has un- 2-No. 2 cans of baked beam
welcomed to the squadron during
covered the talents of a local 1-Small onion; 3-Bay 'leaves
the east month.
Comdr. W. S.
chef, Ralph Potito, CSC, of NAS 1-Peper (medium); 3-celery,stalks Webster reported aboard September ,

Jax. He works, at the NATT- % cup-Tomato puree; 2cupi-tomato 12 from NADU South

Center galley, operated by the juice Weymouth, Mas.
Station. % cup-Smoked ham; 1 tbip.Worcestershire -
i : lie's due to become executive
POTITO, known as "Pop" by sauce
,the host of friends the personable -ground 'lemon rind; 1 cup-creamsauce officer of VW-4 the latter partof
November when Comdr. Roy
chief has acquired through
his long, Navy career, calls his % cup-muihroomi; 2 cupi-chicken Anderson, present XO replaces
Comdr. Drexel E. Poynter as
bean "Soupe Aux Jax-
soup stockAll
commanding officer of the unit.
ingredients are choppedvery
Fevre." Translated freely, this
means Soup of the JacksonvilleBean. fine, except one-half of ,' Other newcomers are: Lcdr.D. .
baked beans, which will be add- *k, A. Summer' Lt (Jg) GErry

The recipe is printed else- ed after the soup is cooked. Ryan, Lt (jg) E. E. Wilkin, Lt
(jg) R. C. Johnson Ensign R. J.'
,
where in this story. When you Cook onion, pepper and celery
taste it, and we're sure you will, in two cups chicken stock for I Y/: r4 '; Sellers, Ensign R. P. Guthrie,Ensign :-

,you'll'probably agree the beanis 15 minutes. Then add bay leaves, D. L. Breit and Ensign G. J.

peculiar to Jacksonville. tomato puree, tomato juice, Vaughn.
'his smoked ham and cook one houron : VW-4 has received world-wide
AFTER blending tasty con-
coction, Potito invited a host of low burner ((250 degrees.) publicity through articles published -
Add balance of ingredients and"cook in the October 12 Life and
experts to the mess hall to taste
one-half hour. Salt and Newsweek\ Magazines, which
his The guests were
unanimous delicacy.in proclaiming it paper to taste. _. .R- ,_m ..m".m. ____ _____ brought the story of Gracie to
When stock gets low, add "AH, MAGNIFIQUE1" once lowly fare of bean soup the public.
"magnifique. enough grapefruit juice com- has been raised to a stately level with advent of the Navy Bean New enlisted men aboard are:
Present for initial consumptio1'of Soup Contest. Ralph Potito, CSC of NAS Jax (standing) en-
RobertJ. bined with chicken stock to give J. E.. Tucker, AA; Ralph Tittle,
the soup were: Capt. tered a recipe which has met with approval of experts. Askingfor
Fleming, commanding officerof medium body. Add cream sauce. refills are left to right, Lcdr. Frances Bowdle, Naval Hos- PIIG3; C. A.. Robinson, PN2; R.
NATTCenter; Capt. James R. For cold soup, however, don't pital Dietician: Comdr. Gerald R. Pearson. NATTCenter exe- D. Martin, YN3; Eugene Brown,
NAS Jax commanding officer add the sauce.If cutive officer: Capt. James R. Reedy, NAS Jax commanding AD3; R. D. Gagne, ADR3; Lor-
Reedy, officer: Lcdr. Lawrence Sutherland, Commissary Officer: Capt.
; Capt. Jerome A. Moore, served cold, use sliced lemons Robert J. Fleming, NATTCenler skipper and Capt. Jerome A. enza, Beverly, TN, and .James
NATTCenter Senior Medical Of- and croutons dipped in Moor. Senior Medical Officer of the Center., i White, SN.r9 .






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Discussion Group The Naval Hospital's new arrival

America's largest programof "check-in" department was

adult liberal education, the kept working overtime with 45
tLtLc
Great Books Discussion Pro- recent births.

gram, is now in progress in Born September 23 were: Jef

Music Room of the Station frey to J. d. Johnson, TN, and

Library in building three. Mrs. Johnson; Ruth Eileen, to

The first year Great Books W. F. Kelly, AEC, and Mrs.

discussion group met 'last night Kelly; Gary Cleveland, to F. L.

for the first time to learn of this Dailey, HM1, and Mrs. Dailey;
organization. It is not too late James Jesse III, to A2/C. and

to sign up for the group, which Mrs. J. J. DeVore Jr.; Belinda
will meet the first and third Lou, to SP3 and Mrs. G. D, Ken-

Wednesdays in each modth at ny; James Earl, to Earl Payton

2000. Leaders are Robert Chisnell AEC and Mrs. Payton, and

and Mrs. Raymond Hook. Helen Marie, to R. A. Bois

Claire, ADJAN, and Mrs. Bois
NO SPECIAL educational qua-
Claire.
lifications are needed to partici-
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24
in I..itly.:: ; 'y" << Arriving September were:
pate the local group, only a
willingness to read, LEAD CIVILIAN ,TOASTMASTERS-Bill Clearman (third from left), newly elected president Harold Oustin Jr., to H. A. Bro-
express your
of Navy Civilian Toastmasters of Jax accepts gavel from outgoing president Andy Planey, as
kaw PR2 and Mrs. Brokaw
views, and to face new ideas. other newly officer look on. Left to right are Junior Teske, administrative vice presidents Dick ;
"This is no shortcut to culture. Baber, secretary: Clearman: Planey. : and Dick Barker Jr., treasurer. Missing from the photo are Danny Lee, to J. T. Orr, CSC,
You will get out of it no more Ezra Baite, educational vice-president and Bill Purcell, sergeant at arms. Membership In the and Mrs. Orr; Steven Nicholas,
than you put into it, althoughyou club, which is now three years old, is open to all civilian employees of the Navy. to J. R. Simmer ETC, and Mrs.
Simmer; Kevin Scott, to J. L.

from will an hour get considerably of reading a great more Career ,Appraisal School Essay SAFETY GROUP Ryan, ,DC2, and Mrs. Ryan;

book than from an hour of ord- Wanda Lynette, to Pfc. and Mrs

inary reading," is the opinion of Student Pens ThoughtsOn TOURS SCHOOL Zolley Sapp; Jean Chamberlaine,
many Great .Books Discussion Members of the Federal to Lcdr. and Mrs. Ci L. VonSch-
rader Randy Kane, to B 0.
Council taken ;
group graduates. Safety were on
of Aviation Electric- Burton, AN, and .Mrs. Burton,
There is no fee connected with a tour
Navy LeadershipEditor's and Deborah Lynn, to C. E. Harrington
Schools Class A
this group. The only money you ian's, Mate ,
will need is to buy the books for and B, at NATTCenter at the PN2, and Mrs. Harrington.
'
( Note: Students at the 'Naval Leadership School con- meeting last .
each assignment. Full informa- safety body's
tion on all price of books will ducted by 'the ComFair Jax Career Appraisal Team are asked to week. Seven tiny tots came into the

be discussed at the meetings.AT write an essay on their thoughts about Leadership. Following is Highlights of the tour was world on September 25. They included -

PRESENT there the one judged best for last week's graduating class.) observation of laboratory, shop : Jan Steven, to C. Chai-
are 'more What Leadership Means To Me As a Senior Petty Officer and Mrs. Chairez Carla
in avia- AA
than 30,000 members in this and classroom work rez, ;
program throughout the coun- by R. E. Keich YN1. of VA-15 tion fundamentals, electrical Francine, to C. F. Hayes, AD3,

t try. Its educational value is built The Navy is best comparedto IS SUCH a subordinate avail- ] theory, electronics, automatic and Mrs. Hayes; Ronnie Eugene,

around the reading and group a large business operatedby able? In too many cases the flight control systems, compu- to A. G. Hodges, Ret., and Mrs.

discussion of a selected list of a group of relatives, all of answer is no; facing reality we tors and aviation safety.do Hodges; Ronald Lee, to C. F
whom stand to gain or lose Edwards, AE1, and Mrs. Edwards
books dealing with basic prob- must agree that the only way
I
lems of mankind. by profits or losses. for! them to become the very their 'jobs'in like manner, and AE1, and Mrs. Edwards;
WITH TIllS concept in mind, Billie Jo to J. L. Baker, AD3,
The first year course has a I best is for us to make them so. when we make it our job to see ,
we can intelligently approachthe ,and Mrs. Baker; James Odis Jr,
include
vast range of subjects that that the remainder of our "family" -
history religion, philo- need for good leadership in When we have a good programof to J. O. Stafford, AD3, and Mrs.
is .a credit to the business,
the Naval service. Within our"company" in effect Stafford and William Bert, to'
sophy, drama and the Communist on-the-job training we will then be showing a pro- ,
we have executives, Leland Ireland EMI and Mrs.
Manifesto.For do our own job proficiently, fit and exercising the word ,
managers, laborers and the Ireland.
further information, call make certain those under us LEADERSHIP.
Mrs. Hook at EV 9-8072 Mrs. many other categories requiredto Five girls and four boys were
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operate such a large organiza- :$.f.'+F.2Ma F'ff:: :,9:}}kr'..r%}., }p3y:} }Yl%\ 'Y.}}M SM. {H. 3'!7G }
Clees at EV 9-7711, exten ><;. ;}:: :{:?xh r3}sr :?<: }<:::;?: :>?:. <:; ;::::.r::: :>: :<::: born September 26. They were:

sion 233. tion.Where Elizabeth Ann, to Lt (j jg) and
does leadership fit in? Mrs. N. N. Pederson; Catherine

How 'does it effect the individual Ellen, to S/Sgt. and Mrs. R. F.

? True leadership cannot be Vanerhoof; Cynithia Kay, to

doffed and donned like a cap; L. S. Alexander, AEl, and Mrs.
it's a frame of mind, a sense ofbeing Alexander; Steven Neal, to W N.

and belonging. McKnight, ADC, and Mrs. Me-
: Sunday, October 25 THOSE OF us who have foundour Knight; Kenneth Andrew, to

1 ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL "slot" in the'family-owned W. N. Wells, TEC, and Mrs.

0830-Service of Worship. business-and have decided to pull Wells; Deborah Lynn, to M. L.

I 0930-Sunday School, three- our share of the load have come Whitt, AN, and Mrs. Whitt;
year-olds through adults, BuildIng to the realization that it is not David Alexander III, to D. A.

j 722; Service of Worship. enough to perform \hose duties Mitchell Jr. and Mrs. Mitchell;

Chaplain Beatty. which we were so ably trained ,: Kelley Sherree, to C. G. Lacey,
J! 1100-Service of Worship. and prepared for by those who r. : BM3, and Mrs. Lacey, and Mitzi

i 1830 Teenage Fellowship, have since gone up the ladder- Louise, to S. L. Platt AE3, and
Small Chapel; Senior-High Fellowship but, in addition, we must now t Mrs. Platt.
Building 722. prepare our juniors who will
Born September 27 Karen
1930 United of fill shoes I
Fellowship someday our when we r
Protestants, Building 722. are also advanced to bigger and -- --- ., ,'-.V id.'...._....'_ t.,.w : Ctrs '"+ Denise, to D. 11 Riley, ATR3,
better things. MORE VETERAN EMPLOYEES Capt. Thomas B. Haley, and Mrs. Riley; Gordon Lawrey,
(second from right) NAS Jax Overhaul and Repair Officer, to Lt. and Mrs. G. L. Stephens;
ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL What man is
type required to
presents 20-year veteran service pins to a trio cf O&R Department Julane Anne, to J. R. Kimball
0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass. replace you? We like to think of employees. Reaching the first decade of service to the AA Meld sia
e ourselves as the best-and if this government are, left to right, Ferrill Cochran, of Dispatch and Mrs. Kimball;
ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL is so, it will take extremely good Division Carl Player, of Power Plants, and Gloria Psota, Prod- Annette, to B. W. Jackson, AK2,
uction Engineering Group. Also receiving a 20-year pin but not and Mrs. Jackson; John Theodore
Naval Hospital men to take our place. present for photo was Frank'Fulmer, Inspection Group. to J. T. Olson, A02, and

630--Sunday Mass.0930Protestant Mrs. Olson; Tina Marie, to Corpl.]

Service. I Credit Union Annual MeetingSetFor Jan I I and Mrs. L. W Vincent, and
arv Hugh Richard, to H. B. Compton,
USAFI Adds Now CourSeThe I I ANt, and Mrs Compton.
United States Armed Forces Plans are now being formulated To plan, supervise and operate The Board of Directors is responsible Rounding out the list of recent

Institute has added 'a beginningcourse for the annual meeting of the local credit union, personsare o for carrying out policies arrivals were, seven born Sep

in winter air conditioning the Jax Navy Federal Credit needed who are interestedin of the Credit Union. The tember 28., They were: Lizabeth

eptitled Introduction to Air Con- Union, slated to 'convene Jan- other people, who whti to I Credit Committee passes on all] Leigh, to Lt (jg) and Mrs. B. W.

ditioning I (Winter), course C uary 15, 1960. assist friends and co-workers in loans to members and the Sup- Sinnett; Janis Marie, to O. G.

761. Gordon King, Credit Union' their general welfare, and who'll I ervisory unit supervises opera- Boydston, DK1, and Mrs. Boyd-
has appointed a nominating continue the fine services being tions in
It will provide students witha president, an auditing capacity.; ston; Robert Jean, to R. M. Scott,
working understanding of the committee consisting of rendered to the membership of
,
Personnel, both military and DT3, and Mrs. Scott; Ruth Ann
Arthur Allen (extension 323), more than 9,000.
principles and 'essentials of win-
Mrs.
civilian, who are interested to R. G. Caskey, J02, and
in
ter heating and air conditioning Phil Myers (ext. 8579)) and Rod Vacancies to be filled at the helping the Jax Caskey; Stephen Michael. to
Navy Credit
ext. 348.) January conclave include four
practices. Pinney ( and
Union Melville AMH3
should Prior Jr., ,
Policy of credit unions is to members of the Board of Direc- contact any of the ,to
Mrs. Prioijl( William Riley,
Dajfynishuns: Golf Game operate by the revolvingmethod, tors, three on the Credit Com- three members of this year's L. C. Gladin, ALC, and }Irs.

j where the boll lies poorly and with one-third of each 'commit- mittee and one to the SuPer- Nominating Committee as soon Gladin, and Donnie Jean, to B. G.

the player well. tee'being replaced yearly. visory Committe. as possible. Berry, and Mrs. Berry.t" .



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'.'.> ::'i'\\;i H\' ; Unusual Assignment Carries 0 & R





./ \ 'Y "J" bJI s < Man To Wilds Of France, SardiniaFor

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the first time, a civilian employee of the Station I
II detached from a EuropeanbasedFasron
: has been sent to Europe to coordinate return of 'two crashed I I squadron.

: A3Ds to NAS Jax O&R Department.Roy make
Here he was to neces-
Askew, of Workload DivI-
crash sites difficult arrangements to remove the
was extremely sary
sion, Planning Group, received
notice from BuAer in April to go In both cases, repair at location plane. Transporting the huge
was uneconomical, due to fuselage from point of crash was
% arc a? to Europe in an attempt to return ,
the two crashdamagedplanes rugged terrain. very limited, as the plane's girth,
including wingspan and tail
Jacksonville. France. The
to First assignment:
.' height, was too large for travelon
x WHILE ONE plane had crash- Jax employee was flown there overland highways.

t' ed in France, and the other in via London. Upon arriving at SHIPPING was handicapped,

Sardinia, both Sanford-based jets destination, Askew was assigneda as numerous dams dotted water-

were so large, removal fromIt small field crew of five men, ways in the immediate area.

Only solution, according to
.::.....:<.f.:. ':::::': .::X,::<" :,.., Askew,was to remove the plane's

t :::: : wings and tail assembly. Accord-

; ing to O&R reports, the 48 by 22

,,. ,, ... been
g".;. :,( 'J'I'o> "' ...i' *)i'+; @. >::,'';' '( '' .w.1" )';1: ';:.q"1''i; >:",''''>'';J*'' foot center wings had never
IT'S COME A LONG WAY-This A3D Skywanior. which detached from A3D aircraft.
arrived at NAS Jax recently from Europe it being canibalized Extreme safety measures were
by the Station's Overhaul and Repair Department. Above,
in size of the
Roy Askew,' of O&R Workload Division, (left) supervises removal employed reducing
of parts of fuselage by Gerald Homann (center) and h to 'Rat aircraft, not to injure aircraft or
Tyson Ammons Right same aircraft is towed 18 miles to a men, Askew says.

Sardinia seaport by small Italian truck before shipment to the \ '\''ib.n.. ?6, A PARIS civilian contractorwas
States.
awarded a $2,000. contract
d0bti3: S9e buokgro. : a3 A ablVt{' : '
for manufacture of a single

USAFI Off-Duty "cradle" to be used to supportand

secure the fuselage during

t. Courses To BeginOn plane's removal. Askew assistedin

the cradle's construction as

'zr ea technical director.
November 2
:k:: Building of the cradle completed -

The USA r I Off-Duty Study it was delivered to crash site,

1 4 Classes sponsored by NARTU are where aircraft, minus wing, wts

scheduled to. convene November More Truth Than PoetryIn placed in it.
2. Finally prepared for shipment,
Some courses offered are on the fuselage now awaits delivery.It .
the high school level, General Slogan For Navy DayTo is to become property of NAS

V. Mathematics, Beginning Algebra Jax O&R. Askew's first "salvage"job
1, and Advanced Algebra.For a slogan-conscious United States, this year's Navy took only 57 days.
With
TheToastmasters
Day phrase, U. Navy-Global/ Peace Through Mobile Seapower" -
those interested in college SARDINA was Askew's next
be just words. To who thinksit
so
,
may many anyone
subjects, College Algebra, Ame- stop. There he picked up an Ital-
out there is more truth than poetry in the slogan.
.
_
rican History and English Composition ian-based Navy field team,which
is no mere coincidence that
vwill part of the sched- have developed into a fullblownwar. later assisted in plane's removal.
the date for October
Navy Day,
Tuesday's session for N a v y First job was to transport the
ule.There 27, is the same as for the birth-
Civilian Toastmasters, first un- is no fee for enrollment, We have long been familiar A3D to seaport, 18 miles away
day of a great American, Presi-
der the new regime of Bill Clear- and the courses are available to ddnt Roosevelt. with the statement that the Navyis via many small native towns.
Theodore
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man, featured a round of table officers and enlisted personnel.For our first line of defense. Eyen Primary handicap here was

topics that provided a test .for those who haven't enrolled, LOCALLY, Navy Day is being more important, it's our first line excessively narrow village

vocal expression. there is still room in some clas observed October 25, with an of defense AGAINST war. Thus, streets. This was overcome, how-

Speeches by Paul Ames, John Open House at NARTU Jax and observance of Navy Day is our ever, by previous measuring of
Lindberg'and Van Norman high- ses.The College Physics Class will appearance of the famous Blue country's way of letting us know width of roads and height of

. lighted basic speech training convene November 3 but Begin- Angels as the highlights.It that they appreciate our efforts. overhanging wires. A route was

portion. Ames pointed out the ning Russian is still subject to may seem paradoxical to THE NAVY is the guardian of selected through assistance of

discrimination against nonveterans approval because of, shortage of some that the welding of men American security at all times. Italian authorities.

specifically merchant ma- funds. Due to insufficient enrollment and ships into a tremendous It's..a.. powerful support to the Another powerful obstacle was
riners who gave their life for :High school physics and fighting team-prepared for war United Nations, to whose ulti- language barriers. Often Askewwas

their country during WII, in plane geometry classes will not -is, at the same time, a deter- mate success' this counrty has the only Englishspeakingperson

government employment prac- be conducted at this time. rent to such war. pledged its unstinted support. among Italian workers.

tices in his speech "Second Class Fully trained, licensed teachers WE HAVE demonstrated this Navy Day to our citizens comes Pictures and gestures minimized

Citizens;" L i n d b erg practiced are furnished by the Duval in recent times, in Lebanon and once a year. 'To the men and the problem when an interpreterwas

memory technique on the audi- County Education Association. the off-shore islands, that the women of the Navy," in the not available.

ence with "Stop Forgetting;" Books and materials are suppliedby mere presence of the U.S. Navy words of Fleet, Admiral ChesterW. WITH USE of native supplied

while Norman emphasized the USAFI. prevented: fighting that could Nimitz, "every day is Navy and equipment loaned from tho
use of signs and gestures in our Day." Royal Canadian Air Force, the

every day conversation in his second plane was ready for the
"Gist of Gestures." / four-hour trip to port.

Critics, headed by Dick Barker Civilian JobVacancies' Next day, the LST USS Tal-

Jr., included Max Suter,Andy bot County was there to meet the

Planey and Frank Dressler. f plane. A "makeshift" lifting ma-

Next week's meeting originally chine and Italian cranes hoistedthe

set for Tuesday, will be shift- Several'job opportunities are fuselage and wings aboard.

ed to Thursday Oct. 29 for a now available at the Naval Air The A3D arrived at Mayporta

joint dinner meeting with the Station. few weeks ago, after the three-
Mar-Navy Club at 7 p.m. at Openings exist for a Tabulat- week cross-Atlantic shipment.

Charlies Restaurant, Route 17 ing Equipment Operator, GS-3;
Here at NAS Jax O&R, theslane's
near the Orange Park dog track. Engineer, GS-5 through GS-13;
parts are being canibal-
Stenographer GS-2 GS-
through ized, for use in other aircraft,
New president of Toastmasters 4; Metalsmith (Aviation), and saving cost of manufacturing replacement -
Club No. 546, M 0 e Moessner, Aircraft Accessories and Equip-
f parts.
started last' week's meeting of : '10 ment Repairman.

the club off to a good start.
There are also openings for:
Older Model CrusadersDue
The new slate of officers gave Aircraft Metal Fabricator; Instrument -

short speeches on the duties and Vj'x'.w Maker; Aircraft Instru- For Modernization

plans for their offices in the com- ment Mechanic (Electronics); Washington (AFPS) A total

ing term. f'f 4ti Leadingman Roofer; Aircraft i 164 F8U-1 Crusader jets, proto-

Fritz Hellings conducted Table Mechanic (Motor) ; Electrician types of the Navy's first super-

Topics by holding a brainstorming S (Lineman); Sandblaster; Heating sonic fighter, will be modernizedby

session on how to m a k e Equipment Mechanic; Air- Chance Vought Aircraft Inc.,
Toastmasters more attractive to craft Mechanic (Rubber), and the Navy announced.The .

members. .. ..... _:._ Paver.A modifications will give
new It'iSl'io't.' T "'''''''''' <''"''''
Welcomed as new memberswere TAKES AEB( ) SCHOOL HONORS t"a recent gradua- complete list of job vacan- the veteran Crusaders a longerlife
of VA-44 and tion of Aviation Electrician's Mate School, Class A, at NATT- cies at all Naval establishmentsis .and newer features. The
Pawl Strong ComFair Jax.They're Center, Franklin Brown, AE2 (right) won top honors for his on file at the Station Employ- changes will bring the plane up
Bill Crosby from class. Lcdr. Julius Mousier present Brown with the top certi-
due to give their ice ficate. A native of Albion Calif., Brown has been transferred to ment Office, Building 907. Office to date'' with the latest of the

breakers next week. NAS Olathe, Kazu, for duty. hours are 0730-1200 weekdays. Crusader Jet series, the, F8U-2.,

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Discussion Group The Naval ,Hospital's new aT.r:

America's largest programof rival "check-in" department was

adult liberal education, the kept working overtime with 45

Great Books Discussion Pro- ,; t\ i recent births.

gram, is now in progress in Born September 23 were: Jeffrey .

Music Room of the Station < i to J. C. Johnson, TN, and
Library in building three. & Mrs. Johnson; Ruth Eileen, to

The first year Great Books W. F. Kelly, AEC, and Mrs.

discussion group met last night 1 Kelly; Gary Cleveland, to P. L.

for the first time to learn of this : Dailey, HM1, and Mrs. Dailey;

organization. It is not too 'lateto 'r James Jesse III, to A2/C. and

sign up for the group, which :' Mrs. J. J. DeVore Jr.; Belinda
will meet the first and third Lou, to SP3 and Mrs. G. D. Ken-

Wednesdays in each moifth at ti ny; James Earl, to Earl Payton,
2000. Leaders are Robert Chisnell AEC/ and Mrs. Payton, and

and Mrs. Raymond Hook. Helen Marie, to R. A. Bois

Claire, ADJAN, and Mrs. Bois
NO educational -
SPECIAL qualifications -
;
I Claire.
:
are needed to partici-
pate in the local group, only a -,-- -1,J.f.' ''''''M,,*';';''''''<:;'<''' :'>:' '-- Arriving September 24 were:
willingness to read, I LEAD CIVILIAN TOASTMASTERS Clcarman (third from left), newly elected presidentof Harold Oustin Jr., to H. A. Bro-
express your
Navy Civilian Toastmasters of Jax accepts gavel from outgoing president Andy Planey, as
kaw PR2 and Mrs. Brokaw
views and face ideas. ,
to new Dick ;
other newly officers look on. Left to right are Junior Teske, administrative vice president
"This is no shortcut to culture. Baber, secretary: Clearman: Planey: and Dick Barker Jr.. treasurer. Missing from the photo are Danny Lee, to J. T. Orr, CSC,
You will get out of it no more Ezra Batte, educational vice-president and Bill Purcell, sergeant at arms. Membership In the and Mrs. Orr; Steven Nicholas,
than you put into it, althoughyou club, which is now three years old, is open to all civilian employees of the Navy. to J. R. Simmer, ETC, and Mrs.
Simmer Kevin Scott, to J. L.
will ;
get considerably more
I
Career School
Appraisal Essay Ryan, DC2, and Mrs. Ryan
from an hour of reading a great SAFETY GROUP ;
book than from an hour of ordinary Wanda Lynette, to Pfc. and Mrs.

reading," is the opinion of Student Pens ThoughtsOn TOURS SCHOOL Zolley Sapp; Jean Chamberlaine,

many Great Books Discussion Members of the Federal to Lcdr. and Mrs. Ci L. VonSch-
rader Kane to B, 0.
Randy ,
taken ;
graduates. Council
group Safety were on I
There is no fee connected with a tour of Aviation Electrician's Burton, AN, and 7Irs. Burton,
Navy LeadershipEditor's
'and Deborah to C. E. Harrington
Lynn, -
Schools Class A
this group. The only money you Mate ,
will need is to buy the books for and B, at NATTCenter at the PN2, and Mrs. Harrington. -
( Note Students at the ''Naval School .
: Leadership conducted meeting last
each assignment. Full informa- safety body's
tion on all price of books will by ':the ComFair Jax Career Appraisal Team are asked to week. Seven tiny tots' came into the

be discussed at the meetings.AT write an essay on their thoughts about Leadership. Following Is Highlights of the tour was world on September 25. They included

PRESENT there the one judged best for last week's graduating class.) observation of laboratory, shop : Jan Steven, to C. Chai-
are more
What Leadership Means To Me As a Senior Petty Officerby avia- AA and Mrs. Chairez Carla
than 30,000 members in' this and classroom work in rez, ;
program throughout the coun- R. i:. Ketch YN1. of VA-15 tion fundamentals, electrical Francine, to C. F. Hayes, AD3,
The Navy is best comparedto ; electronics automatic and Mrs. Hayes; Ronnie Eugene,
try. Its educational value is built I SUCH a subordinate avail theory, ,
a large business operatedby control to A. G. Hodges, Ret., and Mrs.
flight
around the reading and group able? In too many cases the systems, computers
discussion of a selected list of a group of relatives, all of answer is no; facing reality we 'and aviation safety.do Hodges; Ronald Lee, to C. F.
whom stand to gain or lose Edwards, AE1, and Mrs. Edwards
I books dealing with basic problems must agree that the only way
of mankind.The by profits or losses. for! them to become, the very their jobs'in like manner, and AE1, and Mrs. Edwards;
WITH THIS concept in mind, Billie Jo to J. L. Baker, AD3,
first year course has a best is for us to make them so. when we make it our job to see ,
we can intelligently approachthe S and Mrs. Baker; James Odis Jr,
vast range of subjects that include that the remainder of our "fam
i. history, religion, philo- need for good leadership in When we have a good programof to J. O. Stafford, AD3, and Mrs.
ily" is .a credit to the business,
sophy, drama and the Communist the Nayal service. Within our'company" on-the-job training in effect, we will then be showing a pro- Stafford, and William Bert, to'
we have executives, Leland Ireland EMI and Mrs.
Manifesto.For do our own job proficiently, fit and exercising the word ,
managers, laborers and the Ireland.
further information, call make certain those under us LEADERSHIP.
Mrs. Hook at EV 9-8072 or Mrs. many other categories requiredto Five girls and four boys were

Clees at EV 9-7711, exten: operate such a large organiza- born September 26. They were:

sion 233. tion.Where > Elizabeth Ann, to Lt (jg) and
does leadership fit in? & Mrs. N. N. Pederson; Catherine

How 'does it effect the individual 11 %? Ellen, to S/Sgt. and Mrs. R. F.

? True leadership cannot be Vanerhoof; Cynithia Kay, to

doffed and donned like a cap; $ L. S. Alexander, AE1, and Mrs.
it's a frame of mind, a sense ofbeing Alexander; Steven Neal, to W N.

and belonging. McKnight, ADC, and Mrs. Mc-
Sunday, October 25 THOSE OF us who have foundour Knight; Kenneth Andrew, to

ALL SAINTS''CHAPEL "slot" in the 'family-owned W. N. Wells, TEC, and Mrs.

0830-Service of Worship. business-and have decided to pull Wells; Deborah Lynn, to M. I..

0930-Sunday School, three- our share of the load have come I Whitf, AN, and Mrs. Whitt;
year-olds through adults, Build- to the realization that it is not David Alexander III, to D. A.

Ing 722; Service of Worship, enough to perform those duties T : ( j Mitchell Jr. and Mrs. Mitchell;

,Chaplain Beatty. which we were so ably trained Kelley Sherree, to C. G. Lacey,
1100 Service of Worship. and prepared for by those who BM3, and Mrs. Lacey, and Mitzi

1830 Teenage, Fellowship, have since gone up the ladder- Louise, to S. L. Platt, AE3, and
Small Chapel; Senior-High Fellowship but, in addition, we must now Mrs. Platt.

Building 722. prepare our juniors who will ::
Born September 27: Karen
1930-United Fellowship of someday fill our shoes when we

Protestants, Building 722. are also advanced to bigger and -- """ ,.....-__..'"'..:._."'I<<''''_.m.....>; ..,._w''P.<<. '''' Denise. to D. M. Riley, ATR3,
S better things. MORE VETERAN EMPLOYEES Capt. Thomas B. Haley, and Mrs. Riley; Gordon Lawrey,
(second from right) NAS Jax Overhaul and Repair Officer, to Lt and Mrs. G. L. Stephens;
ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL What is
required to
type man
I presents 20-year veteran service pins to a trio of O&R Depart Julane Anne, to J. R. Kimball
0830 and 100ft -Sunday Mas replace you? We like to think of meat employees Reaching the first decade of service to the AA Melftsia
:
and Mrs. Kimball
ourselves as the best-and if thisis government are left to right, F rriU Cochran, of Dispatch ;
ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL so, it will take extremely go6 Division Carl Player, of Power Plants, and Gloria Psota, Prod- Annette, to B. W. Jackson, AK2,
uction Engineering Group. Also receiving a 20-year pin but not and Mrs. Jackson; John Theo-
Naval Hospital men to take our place. present for photo was Frank'Fulmer, Inspection- Group.Credit -.- dore, to J. T. Olson, A02, and
630 Mass.0930Protestant .
Sunday
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Mrs. Olson; Tina Marie, to Corpl-

Service. I UnionAnnuai Meeting Set For a I and Mrs. L. W Vincent, and

January Hugh Richard, to H. B. ,Compton,
USAFI Adds New Course AN1
I and Mrs Compton.
The United States Armed Forces Plans are now being formu- To plan, supervise and operate The Board of Directors is responsible -I Rounding out the list of recent

Institute has added 'a beginningcourse lated for the annual meeting of 'the local credit union, personsare for carrying out policies arrivals were, seven born Sep

in winter air conditioning the Jax Navy Federal Credit needed who are interestedin of the Credit Union. The tember 28., They were: Lizabeth

entitled Introduction to Air Con- Union, slated to 'convene Jan- other people, who wiila to Credit Committee passes on all Leigh, to Lt (jg) and Mrs. B. W.

ditioning I (Winter), course C uary 15, 1960. assist friends and co-workers in loans to members and the Sup- Sinnett; Janis Marie, to O. G.
Gordon King, Credit Union their general welfare, and who'll ervisory unit supervises Boyd-
761.It opera- Boydston, DK1, and Mrs.
will provide students witha president, has appointed a nominating continue the fine services being.. tions in an auditing capacity.; ston; Robert Jean to R. M. Scott,
committee consisting of rendered to the membership of
working understanding of the
Personnel, both military DT3, and Mrs. Scott; Ruth Ann,
and
principles and essentials of win- Arthur Allen (extension 323), more than 9,000.
civilian, who are interested to R. G. Caskey, J02, and Mrs.
ter heating and air conditioning Phil Myers (ext. 8579)) 'and Rod Vacancies to be filled at the in to
helping the Jax Caskey; Stephen Michael
Navy Credit
practices. Pinney (ext. 348.) January conclave include four and
Union should Melville Prior Jr. AMH3,
Policy of credit unions is to members of the Board of Directors contact any of the to
Mrs. Priori William Riley,
Datfyniahuns: Golf Game operate by, the revolving,method, three on the Credit Com- three members of this year's L. C. Gladin, ALC, and )frs.
I where the boll lies poorly and with one-third of each 'commit- mittee and one to the SuPer- Nominating Committee as soon Gladin B. G.
and Donnie Jean, to
the player well. tee'being replaced yearly. visory Cccnmitte. as possible. Berry, and Mrs. Berry.




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,; \ Man .To Wilds Of# France, Sardinia


If'S' r ,
l For the first time, a civilian employee of the Station
detached from a EuropeanbasedFasron
has been sent to Europe to coordinate return of two crashed I squadron.

A3Ds to NAS Jax O&R Department.Roy make
Here he was to neces-
Askew, of Workload DivI-
crash sites was extremely diffi sary arrangements to remove the
sion, Planning Group, received
cult. In both cases, repair at location plane. Transporting the huge
notice from BuAer in April to go
was uneconomical, due to fuselage from point of crash was
:,, tS to Europe in an attempt to return -
rugged terrain. very limited, as the plane's girth,
the two crashdamagedplanes
including win n and tail
g spa
Jacksonville. France. The
to First assignment:
height, was too large for travelon
WHILE ONE plane had crash- Jax employee was flown there overland highways.

ed in France, and the other in via London. Upon arriving at SHIPPING was handicapped,

Sardinia, both Sanford-based jets destination, Askew was assigneda as numerous dams dotted water-

were so large, removal from small field crew of five men, ways in the immediate area.

,\ Only solution, according to
Askew, was to remove the plane's

& .. k9A wings and tail assembly. Accord.
ing to O&R reports, the 48 by 22

"' on"" ""................................," ...,,________ :" foot center wings had never been
IT'S COME A LONG WAY-This A3D Skywarrior which detached from A3D aircraft.
arrived at NAS Jax recently from Europe, is being canibalized Extreme safety measures wero
by the Station's Overhaul and Repair Department. Above, A
in size of tho
Roy Askew,' of O&R Workload Division (left) supervises removal employed reducing
of parts of fuselage by Gerald Homann, (center) and aircraft, not to injure aircraft or
Tyson Ammons Right, same aircraft is towed 18 miles to a \ men, Askew says.
Sardinia seaport by small Italian truck before shipment to the A PARIS civilian contractorwas
States.
awarded a $2,000. contract
4 }' y
{ \ } for manufacture of a single

USAFI Off-Duty "cradle" to be used to supportand

secure the fuselage during

M fY Courses To BeginOn plane's removal. Askew assistedin
_
the cradle's construction as

November 2 technical director.
Building of the cradle completed -

The USAFI; Off-Duty Study it was delivered to crash site,

,! 4 Classes sponsored by NARTU are where aircraft, minus wing, wts

{ scheduled to. convene November More Truth Than PoetryIn placed in it.
2. Finally prepared for shipment,
Some courses offered are on the fuselage now awaits delivery.It .
the high school level, General Slogan For Navy DayTo is to become property of NAS

Mathematics, Beginning Algebra Jax O&R. Askew's first "salvage"job
1," and Advanced Algebra.For a slogan-conscious United States, this year's Navy took only 57 days.
With The S Peace Mobile Sea.power" '
those interested in college Day phrase, U. ,; Navy-Global Through SARDINA was Askew's next
may b& just so many words. To anyone who thinksit
subjects, College Algebra, Ame- stop. There he picked up an Ital-
out there is more truth than poetry in the slogan.It .
ToastmastersTuesday's ,
rican History and English Com- ian-based Navy field team,which
is no mere coincidence that
position will: part of the sched- : have developed into a fullblownwar. later assisted in plane's removal.
the date for Navy Day, October
session for Navy First job was to transport the
ule.There 27, is the same as for the birth-
Civilian Toastmasters, first un- is no fee for enrollment, We have long been familiar A3D to seaport, 18 miles away
day of a great American, President -
der the new regime of Bill Clear- and the courses are available to with the statement that the Navyis via many small native towns.
man, featured a round of table officers and- enlisted personnel.For Theodore Roosevelt. our first line of defense. Eyen Primary handicap here was

topics that provided a test .for those who haven't enrolled, ,' LOCALLY, Navy Day is being more important, it's our first line excessively narrow village

vocal expression. there is still room in some clas observed October 25, with an of defense AGAINST war. Thus, streets. This was overcome, how-
Speeches by Paul Ames, John Open House at NARTU Jax and observance of Navy Day is our ever, by previous measuring of

Lindberg and Van Norman high- ses.The College Physics Class will appearance of the famous Blue country's, way of letting us know width of roads and height of

lighted basic speech training convene November 3 but Begin- Angels as the highlights. that they appreciate our efforts. overhanging wires. A route was

portion. Ames pointed out the ning Russian is still subject to It may seem paradoxical to THE NAVY is the guardian of selected through assistance of

discrimination against nonveterans approval because of shortage of some that the welding of men 4merican security at all times. Italian authorities.

specifically merchant ma- funds. Due to insufficient enrollment and ships into a tremendous It's.a. powerful support to the Another powerful obstacle was
riners who gave their life for ,*High school physics and fighting team-prepared for war United Nations, to whose ulti- language barriers. Often Askewwas

their country during WII, in plane geometry classes will not -is, at the same time, a deter- mate success this counrty has the only Englishspeakingperson

government employment prac- be conducted at this time. rent to such war. pledged its unstinted support. among Italian workers.

tices in his speech "Second Class Fully trained, licensed teachers WE HAVE demonstrated this Navy Day to our citizens comes Pictures and gestures minimizedthe

Citizens;" L i n db erg practiced are furnished by the Duval in recent times, in Lebanon and once a year. 'To the men and problem when an interpreterwas

memory technique on the audi- County Education Association. the off-shore islands, that the women of the Navy," in the not available.

ence with "Stop Forgetting;" Books and materials are suppliedby mere presence of the U.S. Navy words of Fleet, Admiral ChesterW. WITH USE of native supplied
while Norman emphasized the USAFI. prevented fighting that could Nimitz, "every day is Navy and equipment loaned from tho
use of signs and gestures in our Day." Royal Canadian Air Force, the

every 'day conversation in his i. N second plane was ready for the
"Gist of Gestures." ,I four-hour trip to port.

Critics, headed by Dick Barker Civilian JobVacancies' Next day, the LST USS Talbot ]-
Jr., included Max Suter,Andy County was there to meet the

Planey and Frank Dressier. plane. A "makeshift" lifting ma-
Next week's meeting, originally fi'Jy y { chine and Italian cranes hoistedthe

set for Tuesday, will be shift- y Several job opportunities are fuselage and wings aboard.
ed to Thursday Oct. 29 for a .Y { r now available at the Naval Air
The A3D arrived at Mayporta
joint dinner meeting with the Station. few weeks ago, after the three-
Mar-Navy Club at 7 p.m. at k Openings exist for a Tabulating week cross-Atlantic shipment.

Charlies Restaurant, Route 17 Equipment Operator, GS-3;
Here at NAS Jax O&R, thelane's
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near the Orange. .Park S dog track. .. .. fr. f .. y fyj.'f:::!}:,.:':.}:':''{}5 4. 4Yf f sy:i'::;.} >:!Wt::; .'.Jn Engineer, GS-5 through GS-13; ) parts are being canibal-
Stenographer GS-2 GS-
through
ized, for use in other aircraft,
New president of Toastmasters f54 ? : 4 1; Metalsmith (Aviation), and
saving cost of manufacturing replacement -
Club No. 546, Moe Moessner, 1-- c Aircraft Accessories and Equip-
started last' week's meeting of f f'S ment Repairman. parts.

the club off to a good start. ; There are also openings for: Older Model CrusadersDue
The new slate of officers gave Aircraft Metal Fabricator; Instrument -
short speeches on the duties and : : '. Maker; Aircraft Instru- For Modernization

plans for their offices in the com- 'S : ment Mechanic i (Electronics); Washington (AFPS) A total

ing term. jeadingman Roofer; Aircraft 164 F8U-1 Crusader jets, prototypes -
Fritz Hellings conducted Table Mechanic (Motor) ; Electrician of the Navy's first super-

Topics by holding a brainstorming (Lineman); Sandblaster; Heating sonic fighter, will be modernizedby

session on how to make Equipment Mechanic; Air- Chance Vought Aircraft Inc.,
Toastmasters more attractive to kJ : :i jj craft Mechanic (Rubber), and the Navy announced.The .

new members. 1*<< "i"w &T ,;'I'I Welcomed as new memberswere TAKES AEB) SCHOOL HONORS At a recent gradua- complete list of job vacan- the veteran Crusaders a longer
of VA-44 and tion of Aviation Electrician's Mato School, Class A, at NATT- cies at all Naval establishments life and newer features. The
Pail Strong ComFair Jax. Center, Franklin Brown, AE2, (right) won top honors for his Is on file at the Station Employ- changes will bring the plane up
Bill Crosby from Lcdr. Julius Mossner present Brown with the top certi
class.
ment Office 907. Office to date' with the latest of
their ice been transferred to Building the
They're due to give ficate. A native of Albion Calif., Brown has
breakers next week. NAS Olathe, Kan. for duty. hours are 0730-1200 weekdays. Crusader jet series, the F8U-2.,



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On 20 Years



NAS Jax' leading diver, Johnny Starr, BMC, retired

from active duty last week with 20 years Naval service to J Y
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: his credit. .
off4
Since becoming the Station's leading diver in May, 1957, \r

I Starr has received four letters of commendation for services

performed. He has served as
)
investigators to determine J
senior diver in charge of 11 air- pro-
bable cause of the crash.
craft salvage operations in the
Starr also took part in salvage
past 15 months.
attempts on SS William Eatonin zc r
' THE CHIEF. who retired Oct.
Japan in 1952, and salvage of ? '
12, completed a course qualifyinghim submarine prototype "Squaw"in
Diver First Class in 1946.
as California in 1955. He was :. {
! He came to NAS Jax two years { ,
Assistant Salvage Officer for recovery 1
t from the USS Chanticleer
ago .
of an A3D near Iwakuni, ,
ASR-7 where he Alternate.
was
Japan in 1956.
Master 49
Diver. He was Master Diver, Acting,
As a member of /surface Sup- at Training Tank, Naval Sub- >'

port Unit aboard\ the Chanti- marine Base, Pearl Harbor from

cleer, he participated in under- 1952 to 1954. There he was instructor -

water atomic test "Operation in momsen lung, scuba

Wigwam" in May, 1955. and Diver Second Class train-

He assisted in salvaging an ing courses. .dfi,: :: .@'.. .\b,:.:
F3H-2N plane which crashed STARR WAS commended by
I
near Mayport in August, 1957, Capt. E. W. Parish, Jr, former' -- OUT OF" THE NEANDERTHAL DEPTHS?-It' not the usual piping over the side for Johnny

and two years later supervised NAS"Commanding Officer, for Starr, BMC, who prefers Navy frogmen as side boys upon his retirement last week. When
inspection and repair of the May- showing "outstanding ability and Starr was piped out, he had never seen a ceremony utilizing fully-dressed divers, so he decidedto
port-based USS Saratoga 'after initiative in performance of his be different. Side boys are left to right, Bruce Rounds, MB: Joe Gibson. EM3 Jim Vincent, I
an engineering casualty caused EN3j Angelo Klunich, SA Herbert Davii. DCC Henhal Hensley, DMC: Jake Bubblehead. DUMMY
duties in field.
14 extensive of the the diving : Ed Ogle, AA J. W. Henry. AN: Julian Parks, SFli H. C. Schwarzbayer. AN, and Andrew
flooding ship.
I The commendation further Brady DC2. Oh, yei-Bubblehead't the Boat House ,mascot.: I .
f STARR WAS in charge of salvaging stated that Starr is "very reliable -

i a Sanford-based A3D industrious and a hard Safety Shoes

from Lake George earlier this worker who constantly strivesto ENGINE FOR NEW

I year. Taking nearly three weeks, improve conditions under Can Be BoughtAt

f to complete salvage operations, which the divers work. His exceptional -

recovery of the aircraft enabled I knowledge of drivinghas 'COPTER VIEWEDA Mobile UnitLatest

earned him trust, respect and ,

UnclassifiedsAwaiting admiration of the divers under model T-58 gas turbine engine was part of a Geneal in the Naval
his charge. Electric display viewed by some 1,000 NAS Jax Overhaul program
Air Station's continuing effortsin
I At NAS Jax and last week.
Operations Boat- Repair Department employees
Local the field of safety is the sched-
house, where he Peter Kushnieruk of the
was leading Lynn, intervals
"showed considerable interest in uled appearance at frequent -
diver, chief Starr has been relieved Mass. GE plant, who accompanied
Mobile Shoe
of a Safety
" Wage Survey by Master Driver !Hershal I the display here last Thursdayand the engine. Store.

Hensley, DMC. i Friday, said local employees THE T-58 will bet used in the
The Office of Industrial Rela- i. HSS-2, the N a v y's first all- The shoe store-on wheels is

I tions has ordered a Wage Change weather, amphibious, fullweapons being booked for local appear-

. Survey of the Jacksonville labor concept helicopter. The new ance for convenience of employees -

i market area, which might possibly 8 aircraft, currently in production,i' desiring good fit and
affect blue collar workers immediate service 'in safety shoes.
j .... Mil be delivered to the fleet in
?
, aboard the Station. December. The store features an extensive .
:
The survey began October 13 Exceptional interest was stim- stock and all sizes and styles.

"and is in line with Office of Industrial ulated in the engine locally,sinceit Shoes from leading manufacturers -

Relations policy of con is predicted that the Jax department will be offered for sale.

ducting labor market surveys.A will have pilot over- The unit is slated to appear

NEW policy has established haul of the 'HSS-2 helicopter aboard the Station November 6

I that a Wage Change Survey be 4: within 15 months. and 20 and December 11. It will

f conducted for two years in a row 4S94Ir3y Capt. Thomas: B. Haley, O&R be open for business on the air-
after a Full-Scale Wage Survey. craft parking ramp between
Officer, reports a test cell is cur-
The last full scale survey took : rently being converted to accom- Buildings 101 Annex and 101-W,

4 place in September of 1957 with modate testing of the T-58 engines east of Wasp street.

another due next year. to be overhauled here. A schedule of 1960 trips to the

Certain local firms are being WEIGHING 271 pounds and Station will be announced'by the
contacted by specialists from the mobile if
shoe 'store employee
56 inches 16
measuring long by
:
Area Wage and Classification Of- remaining
this
response for year's
inches in diameter, the T-58 ,
pro-
fice and the Naval Air Station.All three trips warrants contin-
duces 1,050 military shaft horse-
information obtained from ,' ued visits.
f
The display was here to
private employers isconfidential. FS? ,ik Syt};<::} r } {hGS : { {:: : :;::} power. r
orientate O&R .employees in

UNDER A law, results from ,1.' ..+.: physical size and problems to be
o:':{ };
wage surveys are made effectiveno fl ..5.'v encountered in Its overhaul.
later than the first pay period ,. ...___ ;;:.;':' 'l 1'iWi: ;;:: :$>::i.'M: :> ,..,...,,:, ': :;: ::.J:': <:;:$>:>:<.. &> ;::::::;
beginning 45 days, excluding O&R VIEWS 'KILLER' ENGINE-On display at NAS Jax It'was developed by GE in
I weekends after of the O&R Department last week was this compact T-58 engine, 1954 as a light-weight, large hp, Ate'
ordering
E[ slated to ,be used in Nary's first all-weather, amphibious full Navy helicopter power plant that
survey.A helicopter to be overhauled here.
I weapons concept: Giving model would withstand salt erosion.
new schedule, if warranted, engine the "look-see" are, left to right Peter Pacuk, George
p will be issued effective not later Edwards. Clarence Webster and Robert Stevenson, all O&R Producing three hp for every
employees. pound of engine, weight, it was
than the first of the first
day
pay
: accepted by the Navy as engine

!' period December which 15 of begins this year.on or after I Change... Made In Protestant Schedule for"killer.the" all-weather: submarine >. rY a

The All Saints Chapel Sunday 1' JIEa
I, and been sponsoring three youth fel- THE, T-58 IS a compact ma- xn '
First Grade Teacher Needed School has grown expandedto
include just about all lowships Sunday evenings. Be- chine, rugged for its size. Ac-
, A first grade teacher is needed age ginning November 1 and continuing cording to Kushnieruk, no T-58

(I at St. Matthews School. Interest- groups. / until further notice, the has ,experienced an external ex-
I ed persons should contact the An adult bible class is now three groups will all meet Sun- plosion, due to light-weight parts

I school convent. at EV 8-3124\or meeting Sundays at 0930 in the days at 1830. within the small engine.A ; I g aa.

I EV 8-5435. Small Chapel, located, mid-way The groups, Teenage, Senior
between the Catholic and Pro- mobile display, the enginehas
High and United Fellowships,
1 been shown in 44 and
' states
Chaplain I
Billy
\ testant Chapels.
NEW-TYPE DD BUILT'A will then convene in the Small
Wolfe is class leader. I 10 countries, including France,
new class of warship, the Chapel for a 30-minute song
German' '
I ), Belgium, Norway
,
' in attendance last and service.
missile destroyer Charles Among those period worship Sweden, Holland, Denmark and
. Adams (DDG-2)) has been Sunday were four chaplains and Parents are welcome to joinin Italy.
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launched at Bath Me. their wives/They were in agree- this latter period any Sundayat Plans ON THE ROPES I Seaside
The Adams is first of 13 being ment that this class is something 1930.Daffynishuns. are underway for a return lovely Judy Scott puts a pleasant -
built. They'll have the Navy'snewest needed aboard the Station for of the display next summer, variation into the old Indian
time. composed of an additional two rope trick as she mounts
some : Curfew-
surface-to-air T r tarnils'sile practically
the twine ala Jack 'n' the
I as primary armament. The Protestant Chapel has devoid of dogs. engines. Bea.nstalk.Page .
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22 October 1959 JAX AIR NEWS -\"" :, Page 7ANNOUNCING I

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Howard McTigue. Top 10 Bout ProgramFor
'I! i} t1 ,
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FRtf j r; ", '\'l" .JJi:
.., First
'\ .(:r't,!:,. (, :' Season's Smoker Oct. 27

h ,. AAU G 't1'. ,'t. l'' c :.< Thomas-Sirois Enterprises is setting final plans for ,the club's first boxing smokerof
i ," ...: Sel'Vlclf ;:'(,' ;' t'< :{. the season scheduled Tuesday night at 1930 at King Hall.
ChmntJ
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x, rROXING : Comdr. Charles M. Thomas,
\< '''' .h John Thomas of
against Wilder
"" h't, 1"'Il'L.: NAS Jax Special Services Of- Hairston of Jacksonville Journal -
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which is expected to be the first THE promising crop Times-Union.
in a series of on-Station ring
SMOKER} shows. Matchmaker is Dusty 130-pounder Ron RacaniellQ; 150- 130-poundi-Dlck Boylend, VW-4 vt

to'BI ,BOUTS Sirois, Jax Navy boxing coach. pounder Ron "Ingemar" Davis; Ron Racaniello, NAS Jax.
1 I'nf'' < '." Gerry Wahley, 130-pounds; John 150-poundi-Bob Proulx, VAP-62 'v.
ukiyhtftk! ,t M, TEN BOUTS are to be on the Nally, 165-pounds, and Open Ron Davis, Jax Air Newt. *

'nItocU7.1t1O "II card, mostly featuring newcomers class .boxer Henry Strother. 130-pounds-Gerry Wahtey, NAS Jax
1.c
U to the squared ring in this
Balancing an already well- vt Joe Martinet, NAS Jtx.
locale. Several old favorites will rounded fistic card will be exhi- 165-p'ounds-John Nally, VA-44 vs Bob

':'.. \it.:; } be appearing on the cards, how- bitions of judo and Olympic Knoll, VAS44.Exhibition .
: : ever. weight-lifting by Richard Sie- of judo

Tom McTigue, defending 118- man and Gordon Dorn.A 17.pound.-Cvclone Ingenito, VA-44 vt '
pound Jacksonville i Golden NOVEL twist for a boxing Arnold Tillman, NAS Jax.

Gloves champion, will oppose smoker, musicwill\ be provided 150-pounds-Kid", Wilder AC vi

Myron Brady, a real classy box by the Jax Navy Band. Refresh- Kenneth Kitchen, Furon Nine.

__V' ___U'm'm'm.m.,......__.__ .. ......____.__...__.,...... .m. .... ... ...... ........ ',',v" ing veteran, in the main bout of ments will be for sale by way of 160-poundi Open-Larry Howard, Fat-
the evening. the Navy Exchange Mobile Unit. ron Nine vi John Thomas, Wilder AC.

finishing touches to sign FIGHT NEWS-Chief Porter Wooten puts Jesus Valentine is Handling the Judo demonstration Olympic WeIght lighting.
announcing first boxing smoker of the due to meet
season scheduled Tuesday at 1930 at King Hall. A ten.bout Alfonso Smith of Wilder AC in will be Sgt. Al Lorenz of 130-pounds Open-Henry Strother, NAS
card is on the program, along with demonstration of Judo and the semi-final. Lawrence Howard NATTCenter, assisted by Pvt Jax vi Kenneth Wilson, Wilder AC.
Olympic weightlifting. Included on the fight card will be AAU Paul Crabtree. The pair will also 120-poundi Open Jesus Valentine,
and Golden Gloves service champions. It's expected this will two-time All-Navy middleweight show some forms of Indian NAS Jax vi Alfonto Smith, Wilder AC.
be the first of several smokers aboard the Station this winter. kin g, will box an exhibition top
and mixed wrestling. 130-poundi Open (Main event-Tom)

Andy Planey will be announcer McTigue, Marine Barracks vi Myron
with Comdr. Clancy Rich of Brady NAS Jax.

TheWATER J r NATTCenter ahd Gordon Rob-

f bie timekeepers.Jim Wives Loop Keglers
Kelly of Special Services
LOVE will i referee the 10-bout card. Convert Hard SplitsTeam

Judges will be Walt Dunbar, Four continued to pace
Winds of 25 knots and moderate WFGA-TV; Nathan Mallison, the Officers Wives, Bowling
swells made sailing really City Recreation Dept.; Jack League with Team Seven hold-
worth the effort Sunday at the MAINSIDE COURTS TO ing second place.

weekly regatta for the Greater I Gladys Poynter won high game
Jacksonville Trophy, held at the HOST TENNIS MEET JAX TWO-BALL honors for the week with 185

Florida Yacht Clu1?. while Betty Windham, a Team
j Only one heat ,was run, with First round matches are underway in the first annual PLAY ADVANCESSecond Four teammate, came up with
'the N J S C Commodore, Verne Naval Air Station Tennis Tournament at the Mainside round of the .Jacksonville high set of 512.

derson of FAW-11, making a courts. both of the Mixed Two-Ball Golf Mary Bacon of Team Ten
ash for first place in Bantam An elimination round was,held Dispensary. Tourney took place Sunday picked up the 5-7 split swice with
Class until he capsized about 200 yesterday for the 16th place in VAP-62 has three entries in at the NAS Jax course. teammate Marie Biggs turningin
yards short of the line. tournament ranking. A total of Arnold Clemons, Henry Walkerand Homestanding Earvin Scott the feat one lime. Phyllis De-

Maj. Roy Van Rope ended up 19 men originally entered play. Tom Kondziela. Representing and Mrs. William Barrow advanced Boer, Team Six, picked up the
the winner, in Rhodes Bantam CONTESTANTS in first round ComFair Jax will be Dave in the championship 5-10 split, as did Eunice Rupp of
771. competition have until November White and James Nagle. round, beating John Dom- Team Seven and Lorraine Whiteof

Bill Clements of VFP-62, at 1 to complete play. Second round AGO School's colors are being broski and Betsy Judd, 1-up. Team Two.Marines .
the tiller of Ichi Bon, the Club's must be finished by November 8 carried by John Drew, A. R. Tur- In the first flight, Mr. and '

30-foot whaleboat, fared well, and the third by November 15. rentine, C. A. Gertner and S. N. Mrs. Ed Overby were defeated Retain
finishing in a good position des- The fourth and final goroundis Templeton. Capt. Damon Cooper by Mr. and Mrs. C. C. TopIn

pite a late start in the Cruiser slated for sometime before VA-44 commanding officer, Smith. George Zellner and Center Grid
class. November 29.HEADING will be representing his squadron. Mrs. Harvey Skaggs upended Loop
Last week's action in the
New addition to property of the tourney list Comdr. and Mrs. Hardy
the Club is a Class! "C" scow from NAS Jax' are Lcdr. C. E. Hills, 4-3,. in second' flight Center Intramural Touch Foot-
ball League saw Marine Aviation
complete with sails given the organization Sweaker of Public Works, Bernie A man went to a psychiatristand play. ,
by a Lt. Bracken of Wesolowski, Administration, and told him he couldn't rem- Also in this flight, Lt. and Detachment win a brace of

of Fasron Three in Norfolk. Mike Schroll and Court Clark, ember anything. ,.,.... Mrs. Bill Koressel turned back games, retaining its number one
First to fall to the Marineswas
Lcdr. and Mrs. Jack spot.
Synder,
The psychiatrist asked him
Aviation Officers School 21-
,
Distressed Pigskin Trio Tries how trouble.long I he had been noticingthis Bisenius 1-up. Hary stopped Webb Mr and and Mary Mrs. 12, then it was AE "Blue," 10-0.

James Bours, 4-3. Aviation Officers School also
To One Lost Weekend "What trouble?" won 'a pair to take over second
Forget place l spot, downing the AE

Like everyone else last week (unless they were greenhorns "Blue" squad in a close battle,
7-6, then AE "Gold" 8-0.
and didn't really know what they were doing) Jax Air News prog-
Other action found the AE
nosticators took it on the chin, with Ron Davis' 10 right picks best "Blue" taking a 1-0 forfeit from

they could do. r Fly the Ordnancemen of AO, then
the AO aggregation took a 7-0
Mayhaps this weekend will choose to cast better lots on our dis- "
verdict from AE "Gold.
tressed trio. The three carry a .640 percentage into being. They ,

have 144 right picks and 81 wrong to date.
MARTD, AO Bowlers

Guest this week is Capt James R. Reedy, NAS .Jax commanding Neck 'n"' Neck In Race

officer Battle for first in the NATT-

Center Intramural Bowling Lea-
Games are: N. Carolina-Wake Forest; Navy-Penn; Colgate-
gue continues at a torrid pace
Yale; Iowa-Purdue;' N'w'strn.-Notre Dame; O. State-Wisconsin; with Marine Aviation Detach-

Clemson-S. Carolina; LSU-Fla.; Ga.-Ky.; Arkansas-Ole Miss; Rice- yp ment and AO Team one neck

Texas; ,AF-UCLA; Ore. State-Cal.; Kansas-Okla, and Small School and neck, each with a 20-4 mark.

choice, XavierDayton.DAVIS In third place is AE
"Gold" team with 16-4 and AE
r
EDITORSN. O'BRIEN CAPT. REEDYN. "Blue," 15-5, to round out .the

Wake Forest Carolina Wake Forest Carolina top four.
Penn Penn Penn Navy The Marine Aviation Detachment
Yale Yale Yale Yale has a hold on individual
'Iowa Purdue Purdue Purdue honors with Erie Faulkner's
N'w'.lfnWi.con.in N'w'strn N'w'sttn N'w'strn
Ohio StateS. Wisconsin Wisconsin high game of 226'and Teddy
S. Carolina CarolinaLSU Clemson ClemsonLSU/ : f 4 Jones high average of 181.
LSU LSU MARTD
20 4'
GeorgiaMi..I..ippl GeorgiaMississippi GeorgiaMi'liuippl KentuckyMi'liulppi: TOP BOWLERS OF WEEK Leading contestants in Main- AO No. 1 20 4
side bowling play last week were Bill Hoover, (left) of MARTD AE "Gold" 18 4
Texas Rice Texas Texas and Louie Denichel of Operations-Ordnance. Hoover led in the AE'AE.!:' "Blue""Blue" 18 4
Air Force UCLA Air Force Air Force American League with a 254 high game and high series effortof AO No. 2 15 12 8
Ore. State Californl.Oklahom.. CaliforniaOklahoma GliforniaOklahoma 616 while Denichele ,was posting a 237 and 597 to pace Nat- SupSpllntx 5 is
OklahomaXavier ional League action. The pair have been mainstays in their AvOff No. 3 3 IT
Xavier Xavier Dayton respective' teams struggle to gain first place in their leagues. AvOff AvOfl No.1 2 0 i if 18



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I | Schedule of Special Services Activities and Facilities for October 22-201 I


MOVIES Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday

liAS Bldg. 112NATTCenler. 1900 1800-2000 1900 14001900For 1800-2000 1800-2000 1900
The Hunters Angel and Last Train The First Big Operator Four D Man D-Day Sixth
The Bad Man From Gun Hill Time of June
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Bldg. 563 Houdini 1900 1400-1900 1400-1900 1900 1900 1900
Hunters Angel Bad Man Last Train For First Time Big Operator Four D Man

Hoeplial 1900 1909 1900 1900 Last9OTrain 1900 I 1900
Don't Give Ship Houdini Hunters Angel Bad Man First Time Big Operator
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LIBRARIES

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NA5. Bldg. 3JfA'M'Ctnter 0815-2100 0818-1100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100 ? 0815-2100

Bldg. 683 0830-2100 0930-3100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0030-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100
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Hospital 0800-1600 0800-1600 closed 1300-1700, 0800-1600 0800-1600 0800-1600

LOUNGES CLUBS

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HAS, Bldg. 156NATTCeni.r. 1000-2100 1000-3100 1000-2100 1400-2100 Closed 1000-2100 1000-2100
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1600-2200 1600-2200 1300-2300 1300-2300 1600-2200 'lgOO-2100 1000-2200
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Blue Jackets Inn 1630-2400 1630-2400 2000-2400 2000-2400 1630-2400 1630-2400 2000

Special Band .. Ben Larry Bingo

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EM NATTCenler 1630-2300 1630-2300 1630-2300
1630-2800 1200-2330 1400-2330 1400-2330

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EMNARTUNAS 1130-1300 1130-1800 1130-1300 1130-1300 Closed Closed 1130-1300
1630-2280 1630-2230 1630-2330 16302330For 163Q-2230

Outdoor Pools J Secured Season
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NATTC Outdoor Pools Secured For The Season


NATTCenier Gym 1300-2100 1300-2100 1000-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1800-aioo

1000-1600 OB 1000-1600 OB 1000-1600 OB 1000-1600 OB 1000-16000B
NAB Bowling 1600-2200 LB 1600-2200 LB 1300-2300 OB 1300-2300 OB 1600-2200 LB 1600-2200 LB 1600-2200 LB
2200-2300 OB 2200-2300 OB 2200-2300 OB 2200-2300 OB 2200-2300 OB

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

Tennis Courts (Navy Ex.) 0600Dark0830Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark: 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark: 0600-Dark

Golf Court 0830-Dark 0730-1800 0800-1800 0830-Dark 0830-Dark 0830-Dark

Pith Camp 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0600hr.
Before sundown Before sundown, Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Closed Closed
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Robby Shop Bldg. 8St 1400-2100 1400-2100 0900-2100 1300-2100 Closed Closed 1400-2100

Indoor Swimming Bldg.114 1600-2000 1600-2000' 1130-2000 1200-2000 1600-2000 ,. 1600-2000 1600-2000'


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Eligible Enlisted SoughtFor :- Armed Forces

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} now being implemented over a
four year period will undoubt-
a
Navy .Flight SchoolThe edly have some influence 'on

higher retention of personnel,

Navy has re-emphasized advantages and opportunities Finucane believes.
offered to qualified enlisted personnel under the Naval } x'". The DOD's manpower expertdid
however that study is
say, a
Aviation Cadet (NAVCAD) program.
now being made regarding implementation -
Leading to a commission a dthe'
needed on the MECH test. of the higher enlisted -
position of a naval aviator,
In asking qualified personnelto pro-pay rates provided in the
the program is open to eligible
enlisted men on active duty with apply, the Navy said that incentive legislation.ON .

the Regular Navy or Reserve. applicants must sign contracts OFFICER responsibility
requiring three and .one-half pay, Finucane said, "The plan is
CANDIDATES must be unmar- under but there is much
years' active duty after comple- study,
ried male U.S. citizens, between tion of flight training.IF difference of opinion on it." It
18 and 25 years old, and must originally recommended that
was
APPLICANT is under 21,
have had at least one year active -
his parents must sign a consent O-3 and O-4 officers in importantjobs
duty immediately prior to form. Further, applicants must be eligible for $50 added

submitting an application. agree to remain single until pay monthly, O-5, $100, and O-6,

Either one year's credits at an commissioned.In $150.

accredited college, or its equiv- addition to passing rigid Also on' officer retention, Finu-
alent, is also required. The cane said that resignations of
physical requirements, applicantsmust 'iMllt. :[ I ,r__:fJ.t #:i:M 1UiM-:
minimum junior officers had declined one-
acceptable GCT/ARI
be interviewed by their GIFT FROM BUDDIEs-Joseph Lee Jr., ADC, (left, fore-
score is 120, and 58 or better is third between FY and 1957-59.
commanding officers and agreeto ground) receirei a gift from fellow chief petty officers of
extend enlistments in orderto FAW-11 upon his retirement after 22 years Naval sendee. Leftto What about new personnel legislation -
ChopsticksContinued / have three of right are, G. H. Wirt. RMC: J. A. Damato. RMC, (partially for the Armed Forces?
years obligated hidden): Lee: M. E. Smith, AKC: A. Moka AOC; B. R. Toothaker There is major legislation
( from Page) duty remaining when they enter QMC and G. S. Autry. ATC. Lee was honored at retirement no
an international meal is the flight training. ceremonies last week. forecast for the' immediate future -

White House, which will have its he said. "We've got the ne-

chefs cooking up some foreign Other in a requirements recent Bureaihof are spelledout Naval I But What Shows Will Fishes Watch? make cessary the legislative Armed Forces authority an alert to,
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dish for the second straight year. ,
Personnel (Bupers) instruction. A contract has been awarded professional fore e," Finucane
Incidentally, toltott kaposzta is private industry for design and underwater area over a TV stated.
a Hungarian national dish which Speak when you're angry and development of a combination screen. When a torpedo is sighted -

we'd call stuffed cabbage rolls; you'll make the best speech mobile deepwater television sys- the operator guides the, unitto
arroz is a Spanish rice dish used you'll 'ever regret. tem and a retrieving device for it and a pair of claws clampthe 'Pop' Caskey 'Pop' Again
in torpedo and bring it to the Ruth Anne joined her two
Nicaragua, and fasulye piyaziis spent torpedoes, the Navy has
surface. brothers and sister into the Rob-
Turkish dried bean salad. announced.The .
ert Caskey family' September 28
The blomkaalsgratin listed TIDESHIGH The retrieving device is
cap- at the Naval
new device will be a self- Hospital deliveryroom.
earlier in this story is cauliflowerau of able of a radius of 1,000 feet in .
gratin in Denmark.Our LOW propelled unit making use
A.M. P.M.. A.M. P.M. closed circuit television, with shallow water and 650 feet at its Pop is a journalist second class
suggestions for other nations : Tides at Atlantic Beach: deepwater lights to illuminate maximum depth. Two cables and is NATTCenter "stringer"for

if they'd like to use American Fri. 12:06: 5:35: 6:22 the camera's field of view. connect the unit to the surface the Jax Air News.
food: shish kabob spaghetti ,
,
Sat. 12:30 12:57: 6:30: 7:18
pizza, Danish pastry and Cuban An operator in'a surface vessel ,carrying TV signals to the op-
"Better
better
Sun. 1:25:, 1:53: 7:31: 8:15 things for liv
sandwiches.! "- guides the unit and views the era tor. ing-cost plenty!"




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