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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 5, 1959
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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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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Promoted To Super


Chief At NATTCenter, Mainside !


Twenty-seven chief- petty Chief Petty Officer (E-9), to Senior Chief Petty Officer 4 I Does he I II I It t

officers aboard the Station received three from NATTCenter and (E-8). These included 17 from M WIIGtt H4A :' I I
good news this weekin three from Mainside. NATT- NATTCenter: Clinton Atte- R 'r OneNaur's I
s I
the form of advancement to Center men include Oscar bery, AECS; Chester Baggar- L '

E-8 and E-9. Davis, Jr., AOCM; Jack Pur- ley, AOCS; Harry Bookman, 1

Twenty of the super chiefs, tee, AOCM, and Kenneth ATCS;, Harry Dawson AECS; 4 K 1I
all to be rated December'' 16, Seefried, AECM. R.L.S. Dunnam, AECS; Dale I
hail from NATTCenter with Mainside E-9s include Ken- Fendrick, SKCS; Joseph Hei- r j/;

seven from Mainside. Fleet neth Garrigan, ACCM; John lig, Jr., AOCS; Lee Little,

units haven't reported as of Bernstein, HMCM, and James AOCS, and Richard Miller,

this date. Smith, AKCM.Twentytwo. AOCS.
Six chiefs go to MasterJflX were advancedthe (Please turn to Page 8, Col.2)) ,






________.m.___..._.....
AMONG CC'UF "GO-GETTERS" but sure progress
is being made in the Jacksonville Navy Community Chest-United
Fund Drive, with total contributions reaching 53.7 percent to
date. One by one, individual units are reporting they've sur-
passed the suggested goal given them. Among the first to Join
the select "100 Percent Club" Is Fasron Nine of Cecil Field
under ComFair Jax command. Turning over a complete reportto
Lt (Jg) R. H. Dunlap, Assistant ComFair Jax Public Information -

Vol. 17 No. 35 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 5 November 1959 Officer, (left) is Comdr. E. Brown, executive officer of
Fasron Nine.Several .

Station Slates Commands Close GapNATTCenter I


Veterans DayObservance First To

"

Reach Fund Drive GoalFor
L 5 Wednesday Novembe 11 will

r find NAS Jax pausing with the second straight year, Naval Air Technical Train-
___ Jacksonville and rest of the ing Center became first command to reach its goal in the

nation in the annual obser- Jacksonville Navy Community Chest-United Fund Drive,

vance of Veterans_ Day. attaining 101.4 per cent as the campaign moved past the
-
The day will be a holiday for halfway mark.
percent from the initial turn-in,
all military and civilian person- Total contributions have reached -
we've still got a long way to
nel of the Station except thosein
,
53.7 percent following the go," campaign officials commented. -
duty'sections. second report issu d by cam- "However, the NATTCenter
ALTHOUGH no special cele- paign officials last Friday report makes us optimistic and
bration is planned for the Sta-
"ALTHOUGH THE second re- we feel certain that all militaryand
tion, a downtown parade, spon- civilian personnel will meet
port shows a jump of over 22
the of Jackson-
a sored by city their obligations as good citizens
ville, will be held. Armed Forces -
----
and give their fair share to put
,-- .- personnel will be well rep- Veterans Day us over the top again" they add-"
KEY TO INFORMATION-In 'opening ceremonies at the resented in' the annual parade.. ed. '
Station's Main Gate Monday, Comdr. Robert Nelson, NAS Jax
executive officer, (second from left) presents "key to Informa- Veterans Day also marks open- To Be Holiday Close behind NATTCenteramong
tion" to Michael Tufarella, AMC, chief-in-charge of the Station'snew ing of the 1959 Greater Jack- Wednesday, Nov 11, is Veterans participating commandsis
Dependents' Information Center. Looking on are Comdr. sonville Agricultural and Indust- Day and will be observed Marine Aviation Detachmentof
Jack S. Hall, Adminisrative Officer, (left) and Lt ()Jg) Harry rial Fair at the Gator Bowl. NATTCenter with 91.2%;
Kline, I &: E Officer. Located in Building 13 at the Main Gate, as a legal holiday at
the new center offers assistance and up-to-date information to Mayor. Haydon Burns of Jack- NAS Jax. followed by NAS Jax with 73%;
service personnel and dependents. sonville will snip the ribbon to All military and civilian Naval Hospital, 09%; Fleet Air

open the Fair at approximately personnel will have the day Wing Eleven, 67.7%; Naval Sta-

New Service Families Given 1300, immediately following the off, except those on duty and tion Mayport, 52.4%; Commander
parade. in maintenance sections.Jax Fleet Air Jacksonville, 36.3%;

THE LATTER, set to start at Air News office will be NARTU, 25%; NAS Cecil Field,

Information CenterMoving 1040, will march along the following closed on that day so copy 19.6%, and destroyers at May-
Help By route: south on LauraSt. deadline is being moved up \ port, 4.9%.
SEVERAL MORE units have
to at 1200. Picture
., west on Forsyth, north on Monday
to Jacksonville doesn't mean beginning life anew joined the select "100 Percentiub"
deadline remains Monday at
\ for service families any more. And getting acquainted isn'tas Hogan to Ashley St. Reviewing : by either reaching or exceeding -
0800.
hard with aid of the Station's new Dependents' Information stand will be in Hemming Park. Command and sub-unit P- their goal, bringing the
Center. The Jax Navy Band will marchin .
such
office in building 13 each IOs are requested to cooperate i number to 15 for units.
Assisting Naval personnel and the first, unit, along with mass- on the early deadline. At NATTCenter the "100 Percenters" -

their dependents by providing day.While centers have (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) include Dental Division,
information
,
up-to-date information is pri- recently been set at other .......... .. ..".'_ ...., ..',.. ... '- 144%; Aviation Officers School
up
mary function of the Station'snewest Naval comamnds, the local unitis f..m. I( 142.8%; Training Facilities, 127.-
unit, officially opened 5% Military Personnel, 127.4%;
the first of its kind to be ;
Monday by Comdr. Robert Nel- established in the Jacksonvillearea. i Supply, 122.2%; Aviation Ord-

son, NAS Jax executive officer. '':'. nance School, 115.2%; Medical

ACCORDING to Michael Tu THE' FIRST Dependents' Information .I Division, 113.2%, and Admini-

farella, AMC, in charge of the I Center was formed in .: stration, 11.8%.

center, assistance was given to San Diego, resulting from experience Units at NAS Jax claiming
some 15 families the first day gained in 1955 when membership in the exclustiveclub

of operation. The family of Roy large numbers of dependents arrived are Industrial Relations

Watts, CS2, of Kodiak, Alaska, there incident to mass ship Department, 191.2%; Navy Area
who visited the new information transfers from the Atlantic to Audit Office, 162.4%; Public
center Monday was first to rent the Pacific. Works Department, 156.6%; Med-

a house through the unit's assis- Jax area housing informationis ical Department, 134.1%, and

tance. perhaps mast-used service of tJ. t- ComNabSix, 132%.

In many cases, information is the center, Tufarella says. Com- ComFairJax units surpassingtheir
being given by phone, although plete listings are maintained on goal are Flag Administrative -
4 there are a number of visitors to all) Navy and- commercial hous- Unit, Commander Fleet Air
Jacksonville, 218.3%, and Fas-
ing facilities available, and bul-
MDBS Payments Due letin boards display photos of ron 109. 114.4%.

Death Benefit Society .. ..,."..-...-..... F Personnel who have been ap-
Mutual many housing units. a in their
proached by a keyman
Members are reminded that assessment Locator and directory serviceis unit are asked to seek him out.

Nos. 125 and 126 are another big feature of the GO ON At first fair
THE SHOW (WORK) MUST glance it Contributions, given on a
now due and payable by closeof center. Through this service, one would seem to a visitor at the Main Administration Building share basis, can be donated
business November 17. may obtain resident, as well as that with all the furniture piled in ,the hallway some office'' either in cash or pledged to the
Station addresses, of any military holders were being evicted. Such was not the case as Public
Checks should be made out to: Works Department began renovation of floors in the building. Community Chest-United Fund.
stationed NAS Jax.
at
Employees' Mutual Death Bene- person Production still must go on and this was a typical scene as Their entire amount can be
Positively no assess- Listings of schools, and churches workers plow through file cabinets,and paper work to carry on pledged and paid directly to the
fit
Society. and recreational facilities in their tasks. Out of all this has come a new system of filing, CC-UF on a semi-annually,
ment will be accepted. after Nov- called filing,"Jbe effectiveness of which has not
ember 17. (Please turn to Page 8. Col. 5)) yet "cross-count quarterly, and monthly basis.TwentySeven .



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.m )t + U4I18NAS Jobs Service Transfer MadeAvailable ,




Jacksonville

Capt. James K. Reedy ................................................................ Commanding Officer HereAre
Comdr. Robert Nation. .............................,.. ...................,.................Executive Offlecr you a civilian employee
NAB Six; FI... Air JacksonvilleRear

Adm. Kenneth Craig ............................................*........................... Commander faced with prospect of movingto ... .
Capt. Graytton H. Weber ....,.4............................................... Chief of Staff, Fairfax another area of the country? '.. .,.' "!,:." t:. 4
Comdr. John H. R. Fehler .................................... Acting Chief of Staff,, NAB Six If so, and if you're thinking of ..,.: n W{
Fleet Air Wing Eleven :.
transfer to another .
attempting
Capt. Robert M. Milner ......................,............................................t........ Commander a .3. !
Capt. Charles L. Lambing ....................................:...................,... Chief Staff Officer Naval installation when you do
Naval Air Technical Training Center move, the Employment Office of

Capt. Robert J. Fleming u ----.. .-- .-, Commanding Officer Industrial Relations Dept. in

Comdr. Gerald R. Pearson. .............Naval.............,.......,.,........,,,............ Executive Officer Building 907 has recently installed : ::: -- --
Hospital -
I --
Capt. Alton C. Abernethy....................:.................................. Commanding Officer : a service you'may find help- ---

Capt. John G. Feder ..........................,.....,............................... ....... Executive Officer I .
ful.Henry ,
NARTU Masterson, Placement!

Capt. F. H. Holt .,.............,........................................................ Commanding Officer Officer for Civil Service em-
'Comdr. B. N. Hart ............... ..........................:.........,.,...,, Acting Executive Officer
ployees, says, "This new serviceis '. .
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at no open to any employee inter- .,;:;i.. :: : : : ,.
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P.95 Rev. July 1958. ested in transferring to another :: .,.., _
..
.' :>: ::::<:;<::<> --I :iT" "''' '>>1IW""
Distributed free of charge to notary and civilian of Fleet Air Jacksonville
personnel ,
in the Naval SERVICE-J. O. Ebersole of NAS Jax
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air job establishment NEW EMPLOYEE
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital. "In addition," continued Mast- looks over list of Jobs available at various Naval establishmentsin

Service Information Officer ,.................., Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnts Jr. erson, "we can aid that employeein the country and overseas. The new Job service was recently I
Assistant Service Information Officer ..... ............ Andrew H. PIa nay innovated at the Station's Employment Office in IRD Building
Editor-Gordon Robbie Staff Reporters-ElainTerrell; Ron Davis, AN; Gene finding out if a certain job 907. The office is open weekdays from 0730 to 1200.

Hagan, JOSN, Ellen Gay, SKI. Photographer-Joseph O'Brien, PH3. will be available in the near future -

The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material at some other installation." Health Plan

appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs, For assignments overseas, the Civilian
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photographs.
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone extensions cost of transportation will be
8164, 656, 272 or 216.. paid for the employee. That information Queries? Are AnsweredSince

......,. plus a lot of other

: .: .::"."i helpful tips, are available at the President Eisenhower signed into law the health
Office.
I/AN BJ1tlll : Employment
; ; insurance bill for Government employees and their families,

Open weekdays from 0730-1200, a host of questions have been posed on how the program
N m the office is also able to make an

\ appointment with any persdn I jvill work. I ernment contribute for a female
Here to of
are answers some
desiring an afternoon interview. employee under family enroll-
Twenty-three pink and 15 blue the more prominent queries.Q. ment which includes a husband

cakes were given to new mothersat Would the Government
who is not dependent?
the Naval Ho'spital"recently. New Storm
the
Buoy always contribute one-half
A. In such a case, the Gov-
Amid the 38 births were twins,
i cost of the plan?
ernment will contribute not less
Sandra Yvette and Karl Eugene, !
Keeps Gulf VigilA A. IN MANY instances. How- than $3.90 a month if total
born October 5, to Corpl. and
ever, if you enroll in a plan the charge i is $13.50: or more a
Mrs. H. Torrence Navy experimental weather
total cost of which is
monthly month. The employee will con-
Born October 4: Nancy, to buoy, designed to provide faster,
than twice specified Gov-
more tribute difference between $3.90
Soto SN and Mrs. Soto adequate weather infor-
; more
Teddy ernment contribution, that is, if and the total charge.If .
Frances, to L. P. Daniel, mation during the fall and win-
if the charge for the plan is
the female employee enrolls -
AN, and Mrs. aDniel; Lillie Sophia ter seasons when severe storms
more than, say $5.60 for a self-
to Al/c and Mrs. E. J. Con- are more likely to occur, .is in a plan the total charge
..,_._. only enrollment, then the Gov- for which is less than $13.50a
yers; Kristina Lyn, to Lt (Jg) and -{ -zr>-.w anchored in the Gulf of Mexico. its
ernment will still make speci-
Cap William month for the family enroll-
Mrs. G. T. Rosenlund Brenda
; Filth in a program of experi- fied contribution and you'll
Lee to H. M. Ley, AN, and Mrs.Ley mental floating weather stations ment, the Government will con-
Williams pay the difference. tribute 30 of the .
Capt. percent charge.Q.
; and McRandall Laurence, to
initiated by BuAer in August Q. How much will the Gov-
R. H. Baird, S K C, and Mrs. 1958, the buoy is located about How will I contribute my
contribute for female
Baird. Nab 6 Staff 300 miles south of the mouth of ernment a share of the cost?

October 5, in addition to the the Mississippi River. employee? THROUGH payroll deduc-

Torrence twins, saw arrival of a Chief Retires A. It Will be on exactly the tions. Depending on how often

son, Robert Alan, to C. X. Mari- It's anchored in about 11,000 same basis as for a male under you're paid, the proper percentage -
ana EMI and'Mrs. Mariana also feet of water in an area where following conditions: if she enrolls -
; Capt. Macpherson B. Williams, of the monthly charge will
born this day was ChristopherLee Chief of Staff and Aide to shipping is relatively scarce, to only herself; if she enrolls be withheld from your salary

to W. J. Newton, HM1, and Commander, Naval Air Bases, minimize hazards to Gulf vessels. herself and family and the family each pay period.

Mrs. Newton; Kristy Anne, to Lt Sixth Naval District retired from The buoy is equipped to trans- does not include a husband or Q. Is there any guarantee that

(jg) and Mrs. W. G. Cronise; Janet active duty November 1 with mit radio reports at six-hour does include dependent hus- the cost of the plan'in which I

Lynne, to R. C. Arnold, SN, and over 30 years Naval service.He intervals to weather stations in band. enroll will not increase?

Mrs. Arnold; Catherine Jo to J. has been advanced to Rear the Gulf area. a. HOW MUCH will the Gov-
A. No. Eventually the cost
Reis, MR2, and Mrs. Reis; Laurie Admiral on the retired list .
increase because the plan
Lee, to J. F. Taylor, ATC, and Nelson may
Capt. M.
Head is due
provide additional benefitsor
may
Mrs. Taylor, and Marsha Gail toE to be the new Chief of Staff, ,Oldest EM In Service because the cost of paying for

E. Hall, YNC, and Mrs. Hall. ComNab Six, but Comdr. JohnH. hospital and medical care may

Arrivals October 6 were Pam- R. Fehler will act in the
post Retires In 75th Year' go up.
ela Gail to E. C. Hixon, MMC, until his arrival from the Joint I I

_ and Mrs. Hixon; Marilete Rae, to Staff, ,Commander-in-Chief Continental Q. Will I be able' to continuemy

I C. L. Fussell, AE2, and Mrs. Fus- Air Defense Command. Ever wondered who is the clared, "I would sign over health benefit coverage afterI

sell; Jay Lynn, to L. B. Sheppard, Capt. Williams was in his latest oldest enlisted member of the again. I enjoyed every minuteof retire?

AE1, and Mrs. Sheppard; Linda post since June 1958, coming here Armed ,Forces? my service." A. YES IF you meet certain

Kay, to C. E. Jellison, AC2, and from duty on the Staff of Com- Holding this honor for .the During WWI, Tittel was requirements.These .

Mrs. Jellison, and Davd C., to C. mander Fleet Air, Whidbey Is- last few years has been commissioned a Reserve first are 1) You must retire

K. Matuizek AM2, and Mrs. Ma- land.A M/Sgt. Horst Tillet, who re- lieutenant and assigned as' under Civil Service Retirement

tulzek. 1930 graduate of the Naval tired from the Air Force Sep- Adjutant of the Aviation Instruction System or some other system for

Born October 7 were, John Academy, Capt. Williams was tember 30 at the age of 75. Center in France, civilian employees of the Federal'or

Michael, to J. lie Still, AN, and commissioned an aviator in Feb- He was presented the Leg- where for a time, Capt. Eddie District of Columbia' govern-

Mrs. Still; Marsha Lynne, to H. ruary 1932 after attending flfght ion of Merit in recognition of Rickenbacker, American ace ments:

L. Graves, BMC, and Mrs. training at Pensacola. He be- 51 years service. Present at of that conflict, served as En- 2) You must retire after the

Graves; William Eugene, to A3/c came a "four striper" in July the Pentagon ceremony were gineer Officer. date the health benefits pro-

and Mrs. B. T. Sargent; Torrie Air Force Secretary James H. Tittells. WWII duty included gram became effective in your

Marie, to A2/c and Mrs. T. L. 1949.Among duty billets of Capt. Douglas and Gen. Curtis Le- service in the North African employing office; 3)) You must

Broome, and Eddie Avera Jr. to Williams have been NAS Nor- May. and Italian campaigns, when have been enrolled in an ap-

Eddie Wall, AN, and Mrs. Wall. folk, NAS Glenview, NAS Quon- Tittel enlisted in the Army he held rank of major and proved plan for at least the

Two boys and two girls arrived set Point, commander officer of way back in 1890 and" servedin lieutenant colonel, with base shorter of the following two
October both world wars.. He retires adjutant or administrative officer periods of time (a) 'five years
8. They were: Lynda Naval Air Facility, Naval Academy -
Sue to R. N. as a utenant colonel, assignments.In immediately before retirement,
Walker, AD3, and and USS Greenwich Bay.
highest rank h\held in WWII. addition to his Legion of or (b) all your service betweenthe
Mrs. Walker
; Shirley Anne, to W. He feels his career has been a
J. C. Holmes, CS2, and Mrs. full and rewarding An interesting For forty-two years, Tittel Merit, Tittel is authorized the time you first had .the opportunity -
one. held continuous warrant as Bronze Star, Commendation to enroll and the time
Holmes; T.erry Dean, to C. H experience of Capt.
master sergeant, first achiev- Ribbon with Oak Leaf Cluster ; you retire;
Bragg AD2 and Mrs. and
3ragg, Williams'
when he
career came
ing that grade in 1917. Just Good Conduct Ribbon with 4)) You must retire after at
Christopher Blake, to F. A. Nem- was Commander of Air Group
to WWI he transferredto five least 12 service account -
prior loops, Mexican Border years ( or on
eth, ADI, and Mrs. Nemeth. Three aboard the Yorktown.
Aviation Section of the r Service Medal, WWI and of disability. This 12 years
October 9 saw two boys born: He was shot down in December
Army's Signal Corps, forerunner WWII. Victory can include military service but
Brian Douglas, to Lt (jg) and 1944, on the outskirts of Manila, Ribbons,
must include
of today's Air Force. American Theater Ribbon at least five years
and
Mrs. ,J. E. Hickman, and David parachuted successfully and
was
"If the Air .Force would re- European Theater Ribbon with civilian time, and
Alan, to A.W. Pappalardo, AMH3, recused by friendly natives who "
enlist me tomorrow, he de- two Battle Stars. 5) You must retire on an.
and'Mrs.. Pappalardo. sheltered him for seven weeks. ,
immediate annuity. .



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JAX AIR NEWS I Page 3


I New Rules .Issued For 'Regular' Transfer j I


New rules for allowing active The change in policy allows
a petty offices rates; discharged immediately for the
duty enlisted Reservists, other Reservist to ship over in the lie must be fully qualifiedand purpose of enlisting in the regu- !
>;
than TARS, to transfer to the regulars after completing at least have passed an exam fora lar Navy. sir }

t regular Navy, have been issued two years obligated service. change in rating to a petty Others who meet the usual re- t
by the Bureau of Naval Personnel Conditions under which an enlisted officer open rate, and enlistment criteria may ship over tI
according to the NavY Times. Reservist (other than Must be serving in pay grade in the Navy within 24 hours of ,I

Under earlier rules, Reservists TARS) can go regular are: E-3 and be a designated striker' expiration of current enlistment I
could not go regular Navy until The Reservist! must be servingin for a petty officer open rate. or extension. They then reen- II

they had completed current enlistment or have passed an examina- Those who have agreed to extend list in the rating held at discharge I I
or active duty contract.BIENVENU tion for one of the current "open" their enlistment may be I .


MATS Will Play With TheToastmasters


The Jar Air News is inaugurating !
Santa Claus AgainTo
a new column welcoming

all persons reporting aboard for Service Kids Mar-Nav Toastmasters Club
duty at NAS J at. 2280 was host last Thursday

Checking in recently were: Scott AFB. ilL (AFPSMomand ) night to the Navy Civilian

Edgar Williamson, MM1, from Dad, you'd better get your Toastmasters in a joint meeting

Little Creek, Va; Roy Royal, letters off to Santa right away, held at Charlie's Restaurant.
SHI, from USS Galveston (CL- If you want your youngsters to A new twist was added to

G-3); Jo Ann Bergman, ETNSN, I have their wishes. fulfilled by table topics with the member-
from NTC, Great Lakes; Janet Christmas. ship offering arguments on
Guyton, AGAN, from Moffett This season the weathermenat whether topics chairman John

Field, Calif.; Harold Davis, BT1, <>t" Ladd AFB, Alaska, are help- Lindberg of the Civilians shouldor
from USS Hazelwood (DD-531); Ing the Jolly old gentleman, and should not commit suicide.

Ray Davis, AGAN, from NATTU, ,',' the North Pole is actually located Six speeches, three by each
Lakehurst, N. J.; Don Vandever, y a few miles from Ladd. club, highlighted speech training

SA, from NTC, San Diego; Jos- .. x' : So if you want the kiddies to portion with Dean Tupper, Paul
eph Tudoni, SA, and James r ,, receive a letter from Santa Claus leBlanc and Russ Smith of Mar-
Beard, SA, both from NTC, San : J follow these instructions issued I Nay and ,Frank Dressler, John
Diego; Thomas Van Deckerck- e j47 by Military Air Transport Ser- Will and Andy Planey of Civilians -

hove, SA,; Dennis Maynard, SA, vice. It will be postmarked"Santa participating.
and William Clark, Jr, AA, 'all Claus House, North Pole, Tupper endorsed a positive
from NTC, Great Lakes. Alaska." program for this country in his
'Let's Win the Cold War" Le-
Write the letter child ;
to
ALSO MICHAEL
McCoy, SA, your
FOOD ASSEMBLY LINE Food Service employees at the Blanc recalled the rebellion in
from NTC Great Lakes; James Naval Hospital prepare trays for serving via the Hospital's new and sign it, Santa Claus. Hungary in, his talk on "A Day
Pratt, SA, from NTC, Great food serving belt line. Hotter more appetizing meals is the Address the letter to your
Lakes; Patrick Brocker, RMSN, result of innovation of this new means of transporting food topatient's youngster and affix the proper In October"; Smith unfolded the
centuries of (struggle for the
from RM "A" (school, Bainbridge, rooms.New return ajrmail postage.Put .
Jewish people and their fight for
Md.; Roland Boucher, RMSN, the letter in a larger en- freedom and Identity in 'The
.1 from RM "A" school, Bainbri- Food Serving LineIs velope and address it to: "San Mark of Greatness"; while Andy

dge, Md; Petronild Maramba, ta's Mail Bag, Detachment 1, Planey derived the labor ,union
SD3, from NAS Pensacola; 55th Reconnaissance
Weather
philosphy of featherbedding or
Frank Wright, Jr, RMSN, from Installed At APO 731 'Seattle '
Hospital Squadron, pay for no work in his speech
RM "A" school, Bainbridge Md.
; Wash. Use airmail postage." on "Salesmen of Apathy." He
Richard Smith, SN, from RM
"A",$C.hool",Bainbridge, Md.. and One of the biggest problems' faced by any hospital is With the world's, population. won the prize as best speaker
Joseph King, AA from. NTC, that of the morale of non-ambulatory patients that is, patients Increasing so much. it's getting of the evening.
Jim Wood toastmastered the
Great Lakes. confined to bed. almost impossible for Santa tc,
answer all the letters himself. program, with Wally Miller
And, Robert Moyes, ACT2, The Naval Hospital here has THERE THE food, exactly as handling general evaluator as-
from NAS Kingsville, Tex; Ralph found one of the ways to pep upa ordered by the patient, is placedon i signment. Individual critics were

Winfrey SA, from NTC, Great person's morale is through the hot plate, which in' turn MARINES PLAN Dick Barker, Ed Wright, Van
Lakes; Walter Martinez, SA, serving appetizing: food. is covered ::and placed on, a tray Norman, Bill Reed, Bill Clear-
from NTC, San Diego; Harold ALL PATIENTS there, with which already contains milk, BIRTHDAY BALLThe man and Don Muller.

Gooch, SHI, from USS Sturte- exception 'of those on special bread, butter, silverware and 184th anniversary of Don Morris, Bill Collins and
vant (DER-239)) ; Ralph' Pack, diets, and maternity patients napkin. the Marine Corps will be observed Bob Tillman were formally installed -

SA,; Alfredo Herrera, SA, and have the choice of planning their The tray is then placed on a locally with two Birth- as new members of Mar-
John Johnstone, SA, all from own meals from selections offer- second belt where I day Balls Tuesday night. Nav 2280.
conveyor
NTC, San Diego; William Cun- ed daily by way of menus. Staff NCOs have slated a *
diff, SA; Dennis Lee, SA, and The menus are set up soy a salad, dessert, salt, pepper and ball at the Jacksonville Wo- Navy Civilian Toastmasters

Jerry Chinavare, SA, all from patient gets 3,000 calories a day, other finishing touches are add- men's Club, 861 RiversideAve. gathered for their second meetingin

NTC, Great Lakes; 'John Wells, unless, of course, it's a special ed. Next stop, patient's room.A ., from 1900-0100. five days Tuesday at \Cumberland -.
MRC, from USS Windlass (AR- diet ,patient. And, too, despite a big proponent of this new Another celebration, dubbedthe Rd. Community Center,
SD-4)); Edward Weeks, BUI, one dollar a day food allowance, food service belt line is Lt. William Junior Ball, is set for the following a joint meeting with

from MCB-1, Guantanamo Bay, any patient can "go back for Morgan, Food Service Of- Bluejackets' Inn aboard the MarNav 2280 last Thursday
Cuba; Jose Santos, AA, from seconds.:" Station. With Andy Planey as toast-
ficer at the Hospital.
NTC, Great Lakes, and Eddie The Naval Hospital some four master, the program was enlivened -

Springs, DC1, from USS Ard weeks ago obtained a new food ; with a challenging roundof
(14)). serving line valued at $14,000.The modern day interpretations of
PLUS, DAVID Walters, AC- belt line can keep food 'old Chinese proverbs as presented -
TAN, from NAS, Olathe, Kans; hotter and more appetizing, besides < r;;f%: by topics master Junior

Andrew Warner, CP, from NTC, speeding delivery to hungry Teske.
Great Lakes; Roy Warner, BT1, patients. Speeches were delivered by
from USS Lake Champlain (C- HOW DOES the food line keep Lawton Green who offered advantages -

VS-32) ; Brian O'Neal, GFAA, everything hot? Let's follow the I of listening in "Why
from NATTC, Memphis, Tenn; average tray down the belt line .z rh v'' Y People Fail To Listen;" Dick

Elmer Mesurdy CP, from NTC, from kitchen to patientls room. Baber presented first-rate tipson
Great Lakes; John McManaman, 'ilR success in "The Key to Success -
AD2, from VCP-63, Mirimar, Bottom of the covering unitis ," while T. A. Wilkinson enjoined -
picked up in the kitchen and the membership to "Fly
Calif; Sidney Kramer Jr, CS3, .
from NS Roosevelt Roads, PR; placed under a pellet warmer. L: r' Your Own Airplane? Why Not?
The pellet, about 500 degrees of
Ralph Loeffler, DN, from DT Evaluators, headed by Frank
"A" school; Harem Lee, SD2, heat worth, then drops into thisto Dressler, included Ezra Bat t e,
keep a steady heat under the Marv Blumberg and Bill Clear-
from USS Archerfish, (SS-311)) ; ,
food while making its trip. The ?
man.
GFAN from
Gerald Kowalchik, ,
NATTS, Memphis Tenn; Jerome plate, preheated to about 200 Next meeting fa scheduled for

Klein, AGAA, from NATTU, degrees, and still empty, is ,,_ ** Karl Hellenthal's Restaurant at
placed over the unit and put on : 6 30 All civilian
: p.m. Tuesday.
Lakehurst, N. J., and Charles .
the conveyor belt to make a k. employees of the Navy are invited
Huynie, AA, from Fasron 671.
run to another section_ of the .

food preparation room. i1'!

Give "What's the best way to teacha
Positions still for
are open "
girl to swim?
>>I' >; WAYSomeone high calibre' basketball player ELEVATOR IDEA RAISES $150-An elevator capable of "First put your arm around
THE UNITED interested in Joining the Jax lifting two thousand pounds earned 150 dollars for its creator, her waist, then take her right
Bernard Klnn, (center) of NAS Overhaul and Repair De :
Needy LooksTo Navy squad. partment. Cap Thomas B. Haley Overhaul and Repair Officer, hand in yours "
Contact the Athletic Directorat is shown operating the elevator. Installation of Kinn's creationin "But, this girl' my sister."
You For Help the Finished Parts storeroom facilitates movement of aircraft
extension 58S. parts to and from the mezzanine. "Then push ,her off the dock."



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P JO 4 JAX AIR NEWS. ---...



\ Classified |II Guess. Who's On The.Moon. ? I B


For R.nt (Following are excerpts toughest, most intelligent, The Marine fs extraordinarily I
.
l-Bdrm pt. Prlv. beth. Kit prlv. EV fact he is an
9-997)), after 1600. from article "Magnificent Am- most polished and most valu- proud of the I
Furn apt Elec Kit. Hirdwood Ffoon. phibians" published in news- able member of the armed amphibious creature. Get one
Adults 5039 Palmer Av. (Ukthort) EV paper of USS ForrestaL) services. of them to take off his shoes

90540. The U. S. Marine is a mili- When he hears that one- and what do you find? Web-
furn but and
3-Rim apt. Near shopping -
c.n,.,. Adultt. 745 King St. tary phenomenon who looks third of the nation is poorly bed feet! This is Book Week throughout

(Riverside). like a soldier, talks like a housed, poorly clothed and Being an authority on the the United States. For study
2-Bdrm furn apt. Fenced yard. Gal educated he knows modem concepts of warfareand ,
soldier, fights like a wildcat poorly pleasure or profit; for work
and elec paid. 204 River Rd. Orange and thinks like of which third it is. balanced strength, the ,
Park.) a princess the ideas, or for fun, a visit to one
I 2-Bdrm Hie. Kit equlpt. On \ acre the royal blood. This splendid spectacle-a Marine does not overlook othe Station libraries may
I lot. Ideal for children. M. L. Link. 805 Always a modest fellow, symphony of blues and white, value of the Navy, Air prove worthwhile.

Plainfield Ave. (Orange Park. CO 4-9351' the Marine describes himselfas "bf reds and golds-is fading Force or other lesser services. Among new books received
I or Ext. 8308. fast. This leaves the Ma- He knows they were organized -
a "soldier who can read away recently are books for all tastes
2-Rm furn with bath
cottage lights show by contrast,
to
and write." rine only the splendor of his ,
and water,furn. Mrs. Nellie Astry. $.eS.oo They include:
)I per month. 4656 Collint Rd. CO 4-5762. The U. S. Marine, as any personal beauty, his proud the greatness, wisdom, cour- ROBERT ROGERS OF THE

3-Bdrm h... with garega. Venetla good U. S. Marine will tell physique and his limitless age and beauty of the United RANGERS biography of the
Terrace PO 881659.' Marines. Happy Birth-
with without capabilities to lend magnificence States
you, or provoc- man who was a hero to
.. some a
2-Bdrm unfurn h. Kit equlpt. front '
ation best to the American 'scene. day, Marines!
is the looking,
patio, large corner lot, 805 PlainfieldAve. & scoundrel to others. This story
., Orange Park CO 4-9351, should help you decide while
5-Rm hat with carport. 5952 ParkSt. reading a fine story.
EV 85524. Admiral Siroop ,
"SCIENCE FICTION
'l-Bdrm furn hie. Elec kit. $60 per SHOW-
mo. 4441 Lexington Ave. EV 4-0514, or \ CASE"-new anthology for all
EV 71205. Named To Head dreamers./"DESTROYER SQUAD.
For Sale
RON 23"-Admiral Burke's gallant -
3-Bdrm. \ tit bath hie. with
carport
combat'crew and their
4%% VA Lqan. Fla Rm. 6532 SolandraDr. Weapons BodyRear fam-
., SP '1-3042. ous, extraordinary action.
3-Bdrm 3 yr old ranch hie. Oil Heater Admiral Paul D. Stroop "DARKNESS' AND THE

breezeway, large garage landuaped. has been nominated by the L DAWN" Costain's new book

Vacant for Immediate occupancy. $14,000 President to head the new Bureau for all who enjoy fast moving
Warwick, Rhode Island near NAS Querist.
Call RA 5-4260. of Naval Weapons when it adventure.

2-Bdrm concrete hie. carport $7500 becomes effective soon, with "BASIC BELIEFS"-the reli-

total $200 down. Weiconnet Area SP the merger, of the Bureaus of gious philosophies of mankind.

1-2023. Ordnance and Aeronautics.Adm. "N A V A L CUSTOMS, TRADITIONS *
3-Bdrm 2 bath hie. 4%% Loan. Car
port, fenced yard. Immediate poiietiion. Stroop's appointment is 'rfl-- AND USAGE"-new edi-

A. C. Wagner. ,SP 1-0904. subject to Senate confirmation.The : tion of a favorite in this subject.

3-Bdr hi,. Carport, screened porch, nomination was made after ; .., a "RED' ASSASSINS"-Communist -
utility and dining rm. W. W. Me Pher- '
brain tactcis
washing and the
legislation authorizing combining -
non. 3633 Ledbury Dr. Ext. 8541 or SP
'1-0118. of the two bureaus was methods used to spread Red ideas.

2-Bdrm h... Air conditioned, paneled passed by Congress and signed "BASIC OF DIGITAL COM-

den. large fenced back yard. 4640 Tan- into law by the President. lit PUTERS" three volumes in
bark Rd. (Westfield) EV 8-5276. sjA1\
: one in this recent Rider publi-
THE NEW unit originated
1-Bdrm 1957 Great lakes trlr, air was I %
conditioned, new carpets and drapei. by the Navy when duplicationand cation. "WAR LOVER"anotherexcellent
Excellent condition. Total COlt $1659. Will overlapping in the two areas :"""" '?" ',' ',' novel by the author I
N. Main. Lot 132. I tBACK "
of "Bell for Adano.
of ordnance and aviation became
f'
2-Bdrm hie. trlr. Near Main gate. "CORMORANT'S BROOD"
Excellent condition. Total COlt 1659. Will apparent with today's modern
Fletcher gives another historical
finance. Ext. 8666. .5
weapons. --
Miicellaneoui FROM CONVENTION-Mrs. Donald: Long ((rightf-) novel in her excellent manner.
Found-ladies ring-found at NATTC Adm. Stroop is now Chief of vice-presidtnt of Jax' Navy Wives Club No. 86, does honors of "SGAPING OF A 'GETTYSBURG---excellent :
Nursery Can be claimed at NATTC MAA the Bureau of Ordnance. Selected pinning National Convention identification badge) on Mrs John-
Office ftkt. 402. as his Deputy in the new Bureaus nU Davis, president>> of the local club. Tha smiling conventioneers maps
Rider wanted-To Huntington, Va. Nov. Rear Admiral William S. recently returned from the 21>t National conclaveat accompany this detail study
21, 1959. Will take two passengers, San Diego, Calif. They were among torn 125 Club member "DESPERATION TRIAL" and
Schoech, until recently commander in atlendanc at the California Mr .
there expentet. Russell Maxwells Ext. city Davis hat been elected "RECKONING AT RIMBOW"-
225. of CarDiv'Three and former Southeast Regional ricepresident.Disarmament .
Deputy Chief of the Bureau of action galore in new Westerns.

Aeronautics.The THIS IS MY GOD" .- You
On Communist read Caine author
next duty assignment for Mutiny, same ,
different book to
but
subject a
Rear Admiral R. E. Dixon, now

Chief of the Bureau of Aero- Terms Eyed As DangerousVied remember.Scoulingi.

nautics, has not been announced.

THE NEW Bureau of Naval Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral James S. I I

Weapons will be divided into Russell counseled his Navy Day audience last week "to watch
The Charity Ball for benefitof four areas, each headed by an out for disarmament on Communist terms."

some 100 underprivileged Assistant Chief. They will be: Admiral- Russell- stressed that Two Patrol Squadro-;; Five

Children of this area will be research, development, test and our nation must 'seek "a dis I SPEAKING at commissioningof chief petty officers have retiredto

November 10 from 2130 to 0100. evaluation; procurement' and pro- armament only with adequate, the Norfolk Navy League the Fleet 'Reserve.

Happy hour prices will prevail. duction; fleet readiness; and field Council, Admiral Russell pointed George Mullins, AOC, and Ru-
safeguards of inspection and, out that
support.In only by working for
bin Johnson, ADC, were congrat-
Music will be
provided by the
addition the Bureau will meanwhile, negotiate from a position disarmament while maintaining ulated upon their lengthy serv-

Melodarles, Jimmy Geiger and have two staffs: inspection and of adequate deterrent national- security can we ever ice by Comdr. A. C. Cason, VP-5
his orchestra and Dick
McMee- hope to obtain
our national
administration and
controller. strength. skipper last
during a ceremony
kin. Services of bartenders, musi- task "to establish a just and week.
cians and waiters is being do- lasting
in the
peace world in
w.,.<'C doia: .,:, .: :.,}i' ,, Mullins, a 27-year veteran,
nated. rr'k which
SS the rights and indepen-
has been with VP-5 since Janu-
All club members are invited dence of all countries are safe-
1958. As chief,
ary an armament
I to take part in the evening's fun. guarded in conformity with the he of
contributed
The characters you'll find at the _9f 3 charter of the United Nations! technical experience many years to the

doors are not going to be charg- 3 It is with the knowledge that squadron's successful completionof

ing admission, but they sure will we need an effective retaliatory ASW missions.

accept a donation. force to maintain' our deterrent Johnson is retiring on 20 years

Guest speaker for the VIP strength that the Navy developed service. Since his arrival at VP5in

Luncheon Wednesday, Nov. 18 the Polaris weapon system. June he has been working in
will be B. J. Gannon of the I
THE ADMIRAL said the
"T h e Administrative DepartmentThe
Veteran's Administration. ills Polaris submarine
system com- retirees accompaniedComdr.
subject will be "Rights and Ben- bines advantages of attack by Cason during a recent
efits of Men Transferring to
ballistic missile with
the proven personnel inspection. They were
Fleet Reserve. potential of concealment and presented watches by the skip

New dining room hours are mobility offered by the nuclear- per.

now effective. New hours are powered submarine. i
'
1600 to 2200 Tuesday' through 'In addition to the Polaris
system Youngster Looks For
Friday and 1200 to 2200 week- Admiral Russell stated, the
ends. No food will be (served in United States must have the NAS Jax SouvenirsA

the Harris Room after 2100. ready sea power to combat any 14-year-old Navy fan is interested -

limited war in which we may. in receiving souvenirs
have in my mind," said the professor become: involved.
from the Naval Air Station and
u he erased eve1'1Jthingfrf1l ) "
"Upon
'' blackboard. many units based here.
the FLEET ESERVE.BOUND-Anolher man from Naval Air Russell concluded, "to fight
Technical Training Center has transferred to the Fleet Reserve. war without sucha Anyone with spare arm patches -
She; "Thanks for the, hug" He is Charles Walters, ATC (left) who was Leading Chief of command of the decals and other identify-
He "The was aU Naval Air Weapons System School. Capt. Robert J. Fleming, sea on the part of the U. S. and ing marks can send them to
; pressure commanding officer of the Training Center, presents Walters its Allies in the free world is St.,
Steven
P. Union
,mine, his certificate of retirement to the Fleet Reserve. unthinkable." Kraus, 601
South Weymouth, Mass.



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1 JAX AIR NEWS Plot 5

1i i I Group To Aid -

. Armed Forces
Navy's FamedConstellation Play Big



; Role in Jax Fair PlansAn


The frigate Constellation, oldest Armed Forces display, which shows signs of becom-

t vessel in the world still afloat, ing one of the most interesting in years, will be among the

, has returned to her Baltimore many attractions at the Fifth Annual Greater Jacksonville

" birthplace and will be restored, : Agricultural and Industial Fair which opens an 11-day dun

" a committee of business leaders Wednesday. Nov.: ..11,_in the Gator Bowl area.
., TO be featured ,in the Armed
and Navy officers hope, through Forces Display, which will occupy OVER 350 HEAD of livestock,

1 good graces of the public. w, a huge tent near north largest ever to compete for prizes

Robert Michel, chairman of the .,, ak stands of the Gator Bowl, will have been entered. There will

Constellation Committee, described v 9 be many static displays of mili- also be poultry, rabbits and eggsas

,. plans to raise funds throughsale \ tary and industrial equipment.One well as produqe from market

. of commemorative coins, con- 4\; of the features will be the gardens of the Greater Jacksonville -

\ taining nfttal from the ship's old first local exhibit of the Navy's area.

copper spikes, at one dollar each. three top missiles, the Bullpup, Leathercraft enthusiasts from
Sparrow III, and Sidewinder.All every state in the nation are
The famed old ship was the are fired from aircraft. entering creations for exhibit.
first of six frigates authorized by IIIIt '
Also to be shown in .he Arts

Congress in 1794 to protect U.S. .......... .. SERVICEMEN in uniform will and Crafts display will be treasurer -
l M ,
shipping from Barbary pirates. "' "' _,. 1L.fII be admitted free on the last day
WINS LEADERSHIP HONORS-A new class has graduated of the Fair, Nov. 21, which has from depths of the ocean
She was the first Navy vesselto from Naval Leadership School at NATTCenter, leaving the been designated Armed Forces recovered from old sunken shipsbe
be commissioned and put to "hallowed halls" October 30. Graduation ceremony was held Jacksonville's Jetty Jumpers.
Day.
sea, the first to engage and' de- in front of Building 500 that day. Honor student of the second Two high school football
feat the class to graduate from the school was, James pike, ADI, an in. According to Fair officials, all games
enemy and capture a structor at Aviation Electrician's Mate School. File (right) receives records for entries have been will be offered free to Fair visitors -
warship, the first to carry Ma- an award and congratulations for his fine work at Lead.
smashed. Landon
rines and the first to institute reship School.Another'. Every available inch plays DuPonJ
gunnery practice and shipboard of space has been allocated for Thursday, Nov. 12 at 2000 and

procedure.In commercial and service exhiti- Jackson opposes North Miami on
Best.Chow' Event tors showing everything from
her long and colorful his- missiles to gardenias.First Friday, Nov. 1 13 at 2000.

tory, before she concluded her Being Planned For 60Rules Admission to the Fair is 75
active service movement of the giant
as flagship of the
cents for adults and 25 cents for
midway of Cetlin and Wilson
Atlantic Fleet during WWII, she for the 1960
won service Ney Memorial Awards Contest for out. Shows will arrive soon to stake children. A fireworks display will
more ribbons
than standing food service
were announced this
week by Rear out the midway Atten-
any other warship.o area. be featured on opening night.
Admiral J. W. Boundy, Chief of Bureau of Supplies and dance at the Fair reached 120-
n c e restored, Constellationwill Accounts. -
000 last year and a new record is
be permanently docked at GENERAL messes, both afloat mand having best commissary I

Ft. McHenry. Contributions of and ashore, are eligible for the department. expected.

one dollar. or more should be annual contest which is sponsored NOMINATIONS must reach theBurea'u -

addressed to: Constellation, Bal- by the Executive Stewards'and by May 1. Criteria for MODERN WARCONCEPTS

, timore 2, Md. Caterers' Association.As choosing the Navy's best messes
:
include: food preparation, serv- TO ',MI3Y HUMOR....
in past years, type com- '
Mike: "Tell me, why do they ing techniques, sanitation and H *E AMD THERE
manders, overseas area and force
BE DISPLAYEDLatest
knots
use instead of miles on the management.
ocean?" commanders, district and river Policeman: "You're been holding -
Winners of the 1960 Ney A- amphibious conceptsof
Spike: "Because thy've got to command commandants will each warefare will be on ,display your hand oUt the car window -;
wards
will be'
announced about minute/
have the ocean, tide." nominate to BuSandA the com- Monday when the Marine for five lady.
July. 1, 1960, and the awards What's the bio Idea 1"I,
Corps Landing Force Instruction -
presentation made at the Association Team at King Lady motorist "I'm just drying -
appears
VA Office Is Place convention in Cincinnati in Hall my nail .polish.*, *"

August. The Marine Headquarters'
For First-Hand InfoHere seven man instruction unit, Hickory dickory dock,
1959 winners were the attack Two'mice ran up the clock.,
headed by Lt. Col. Les Par-
is another list of answers from the local Veterans Administration transport Paul Revere (afloat nell, will present up-to-date The clock struck one,

: office to questions of interest from ex-servicemen and category) and Naval Communi- concepts of warfare at the But the other. got. away.

their families. cations Facility, Kami Seya, Ja- session, which will last from
I A. You would be eligible for A rookie policeman pursued a.
Q. I 19 old the 19002300.The .
am years son pan (ashore.)
specialized vocational or trade driver that was running his car
of a veteran who died as a result team is being brought
of received in school training, if you prefer. here of father dangerously, exceeding
injuries WWII.I An attendant in a mental Home, through auspices the
is the\ limit and not stoppingfor
training speed
College only one typeof .
of Second Amphibious TractorCo.
am thinking taking training while making his rounds, saw a red lights.
training provided.
under the War Orphans Educa- patient fishing in a wash basin ., USMCR, Jacksonville,
tion Act, but am wondering if (Veterans living in or near with a rod and line. commanded by Mat GeorgeM. The policeman stopped the car,
my mother still being alive would this area who wish more information Golleher. arrested the driver an4 took him
Wishing to humor the ;
patient
,
mean I am not eligible. Will you about various benefitsshould the attendant asked him if he All military persons with to headquarters. Driver of the
vehicle wearing a costume..
please tell me. write, call or visit the VA had caught anything."Whatl" Confidential clearance are Invited was
witness this discus- lIe tried to tell the officer -
young
A. THE fact your mother is to
at Room 302 Port
Office Office
said the "In
man
a '
he dressed for a costume -
living has no bearing on your sion demonstration. was
Building in Jacksonville.) wash basin Are ?"
eligibility for Orphans training you crazy party and was hurrying to

You would be considered a War get there on time, but the youthful -

Orphan for purposes of this act, cop would have no part of it.

since your veteran-father diedas At headquarters, however, I the
4 desk bawled the policeman
a result of war service. sergeant
Q. I named the beneficiariesof out, telling him he had

my GI insurance policy some ft_ committed a grave mistake by
w arresting the judge.
time ago, but never did specifythe /L. county
method of payment, still :: Moral is-Never book a Judgeby

undesignated. How would the insurance ::4 S (4 his cover.
*
money be paid out? U
A. IT WOULD be paid in 36 Chief (instructing the daily

equal installments. However, : YS exercise): "Now, men, lie
your first beneficiary would ; your backs and work your feet

have the right to choose paymentS as though" you were pumping a

under any other install- I bicycle.
''One recruit stops.Chief .
ment plan available.Q. .
: "Why did you stop?"
Can a WWI veteran withless
rj' Recruit: "I'm coasting
!: ,9 St
than 90 days' service ever *

be eligible for a VA pension? y, .
A sports car driver was puz-
A. If the veteran had been zled when a friend riding with

discharged for a service con- : with him asked: "What's this

nected disability, he would be ;. long wall we keep driving past

eligible for pension.O. It must be ten miles long.

I AM a War Orphan, eli if.J..ii.Sv.. ...{..1..v.J.,. ....._...........x'_._._..... ....:......_...?4..b.e...:__.__i.l._rs._:..m...e..f4.f. ___ .. _____:_..d..._..:aS'a.....e/__.'_ ...._ .y,_ The driver answered, "That
gible for training under the SOMETHING TO REMEMBER Students of Matthew W. Gilbert High School in Jacksonvillewere not a wall-ifs the curb."
VA War Orphan's program. Is treated to a tour of Patrol Squadron Five last week. Among the demonstrations which '. *

this only a college: program, or caught the youths' eye was a display of survival gear used by the squadron. Here, Earl Rhoden, "Oh, Frea, the baby has swallowed -
could I take a vocational course? PHI shows part of the gear to the students, who numbered about 80. Rhoden is discussing the the matches. What'H we
balloon in center of picture. It's used as an emngency antenna for the "Gibson Girl" hour glass '
I quit high school of my own shaped 'portable radio which floats on water. The tour was one of many made on the Station do?
accord In my senior year. regularly by various groups. 'Here, use my lighter."

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The Navy Exchange Is Good Visioned Years for




A Privilege I Not A RightWhy Scout UnitsIt


all the hulla-baloo about Navy Exchange purchases? looks like another good year

Why should, you have to show identification before being for NAS Jax-sponsored Scout

served? Why are signs posted regarding identification requirements units. Pack, Troop and Post 131
total of 88
registered a boys for

These are? questions service exchange. The following rules t' h .,, sr the new Scouting year at the annual -

will aid in keeping: the Ex- Charter Review recently.
personnel have been asking for

a long time. And, to many, it change: Pack 131, in its latest meeting,
does seem a mystery why all 1. Do not lend your card to saw Mrs. Barbara Price receive

the fuss is made over Navy Ex- an unauthorized person. By try- role she played at the North

change privileges. ing to be a "good guy", you Florida Council Cub Scout Pow

may create the one violation Wow recently.
FIRST OF all, remember that
making a case that would pena-
if you wear a uniform of the lize all Ten new boys were inductedinto
patrons.
Armed Forces, you should be the Pack at the meeting,

intensely concerned with pro- 2. Do not buy for unauthor- which was led by the ,new Cub-

tecting your Exchange becauseyou ized persons and do not resell master, John Linden, of Aircraft

share in profits generatedby Exchange items to them. Mili- J +. Maintenance Department.Three .
these Exchanges. tary regulations make this a y a w. members of Post 131

The "profit dollar" goes a flat violation. If you find it dif- and Pack 131 were in atendanceat

long way toward financing mov- ficult to refuse a civilian friend last weekend's Scout Train-
',mtayyaar:_:.. __
ies recreation halls who asks you to buy for him, .U 'm.'mm..mmn'mm O-Ree Echocktce in
parties, play SCOUT UNITS I\l=CHARTER-The three Boy Scout units at Camp
courts and equipment, swimming remember your first obligationis I sponsored by NAS Jax conducted charter review for 1960 chart.en Orange Park. I

pools and other means of pro- to your fellow serviceman. last week. Cap James R. Reedy, Station commanding of. Dick Foss and Craig Hampton,
ficer, signs applying for charters for the three units,
moting the welfare and recreation papers
3. DO NOT antagonize local William members of Troop 131, have been
Cub Pack, Troop and Explorer Post 131. Looking on are
of personnel.A merchants. The store owners Hornsby, HMI, (left) of Hospital and Lonnie Richburg, AKC, of elected by the unit as Candi-
STRINGENT control of pat- know that in most cases Ex- Aircraft Maintenance Department. dates to the Order of the Arrow

ron privileges is, a MUST if you change prices, for \special rea- The Troop is planning a tripto

are to help protect the Navy sons, are lower,, but they resent Ross Allen's Camp at Silver

the implication ,that they're Safety Reigns Important Springs. All Scouts are eligibleto

More Rates Open over-charging. Do not visit one make this trip.

of these stores to examine an When Handling Teflon'Basic
item and then tell store person

For 'A' Training nel, "Never mind, I can get Are You In The

Washington (AFPS)The Navy, this cheaper at the Navy Ex- safety precautions are being, emphasized in the

seeking qualified enlisted men change." handling and processing of a new plastic aboard NAS Jax, 53.7%
called "teflon short for a real tongue-twister polytetraflu- Lagging
for its atomic submarines, has The NX attempts to give patrons ,

opened new rates for the Sub- the best merchandise and oro"Teflon"ethylene, commonly resin. used ,in tion, can be produced by per- Give Today To

marine Nuclear Power Training service' at lowest practicable, cost gaskets and as insulation around forming high speed machining,

courses and through efficient operation, electrical wiring is inert and drilling, grinding or sawing on CC-UF Drive,
,
The Navy said recently that it returns as many "profit dol- "teflon" materials. -
non-toxic in its solid state, but
enlisted men in the Machinist's lars" as is possible for welfare Hence, safety precautions must Gene "When
when heated above 400 degrees : my wife wants
Mate rating, including CPOs
and recreational
requirements. "
be stressed.
she calls 'handsome.
Fahrenheit thermal decomposition money, me
may now submit requests for
the training. Always remember, the Ex- begins, creating toxic vapors Where operation on "teflon" Ron: "Yeah, my wife does,
change is a privilege and not a material would produce tempera- too. She says 'Hand some over."
Similarly, in addition to those '. .
previously authorized, rates including right: As a privilege it carries THESE vapors, which upon inhalation tures above 400 degrees Fahren-
CPOs in the Electrician's i with it inescapable responsibilities. can cause effects rang- heit, adequate ventilation facilities Ellen: "I don't know how football ,

i Mate, Electronics Technician, Interior If these are ignored, the ing from mild passing symptoms must be accessible, which teams ever get clean."
normally would consist of an exhaust Elaine: "Silly! Why' do. you
1 Communications' Electrician Exchange as 'we know it may similar to those of metal fume think have
system designed and installed they scrub teams
c
Sonar
and Torpedoman'sMate cease to exist. 'h fever' ("shakes") to incapacita- for complete removal ,of /or?" I
ratings may also apply. -,-
fumes.
1 Men in the EN, MM, IC and
EM rates have r PERSONS working with "teflon" ?
"excellent ,
j tunities" for ultimate assignment oppor- a>. .. material must practice extreme \, 'R

care to prevent chips
or
{ t to Submarine Nuclear Power a n nv
1 Training, the Navy said. small particles of plastic from I
contaminating cigarettes or, tobacco 9
The new rates were includedin F8 t f"' \' .,: ,f
since these, chips can be
a memorandum change to the # d '
..
> ..
Enlisted Transfer Manual and '..""'": vaporized during smoking. Per- i
:?: handling "teflon" should 11-'V
sons
I are the, result of the increase of (d'I l trt
i.>. wash their hands before smok-
nuclear ships, in the Navy, it I ; .>., ing. t ,
was explained. t ti.i ,
f. ; Scrupulous cleaning and house-
:
I .:'\
ro cleaning is a must in removing .#
.?t.
Stamp Club Seeks f', W 'v< plastic particles scattered during 1
K.<, processing operations.All .
4
f,.
"teflon" waste should be ;'a
New Membership K y
kept in closed, plainly marked, t ,

:Washington (AFPS) More and combustible free containers, ..:.

i than 300 members of the Armed t' to be disposed 'ultimately at sea. "..f'y v".

Forces Stamp Exchange Club be- BURNING and/or cutting with .::4 ,, ".:)
$' ,
gan their sixth year of operationby torches any electrical wiring, coaxial j.'i.
urging those interested in the cables, hose or other items m'** '.I;>1

popular hobby to join the club. made from or containing "teflon"is .H,t

Organized in 1954, the club offers prohibited, as is the burningof ."' ;;ft'1
scraps known to contain the
"
an exchange and sales '
(service 1'.t '
periodic auctions and an _"_r.w- ",,,,,,,,-_,,,,,,,_L,,,_,,,,,,___ ,.. .".:_ plastic. 'Iip't:fti{
informative bulletin to servicemen COMMISSARYMAN RETIRES-William Morrison. CSC, is Purchasers of scrap containing
of the Armed Forces, their piped over at Malnside Galley after 17 months duty at NAS "teflon" shall be informed of its
families and Jax. The veteran commissaryman is retiring after a lengthy presence and advised of the dan !:I.aMi' I.
dependents, and Navy tour. Sideboys at the Thursday ceremony, first of that gers associated with heating of
government employees.A type ever held at the Chow Hall, are, (left to right) John Orr.
the
CSC; Jack Dubose CSC; General Hastings, CSC: Clifford Short, material. : cate.
spokesman for :
the club said CSC; William Hicks, CSC; Daniel Simmons, CSC; Calvin Deal, Although "teflon" has the same :
the only expense to members is CMC; and John Roak, CSC. waxy appearance and feel as
the annual dues of two dollars
.
polyethylene, it ,is somewhatmore
dence.and mailing costs of correspon- Navy Air Survey Naps Magnetism greasy and slippery to the ,

touch. It is similarly tough
,
Washington (AFPS-The Navy .
Whether a man is a beginneror I A Navy plane, equipped withan resilient and flexible, but unlike
has completed the first leg of a
an advanced collector, he ad- I airborne ,magnetometer, com- polyethylene will not burn, meltor b 1oV EWAIST
ded, the club offers many ad- series of flights to chart the I pleted a 25,000 mile survey of flow, and is relatively immuneto y

vantages that may be shared on world's magnetic fields., I the Pacific Ocean near, Australia. solvent attack.Department .

a non-profit basis. The Navy survey, termed Pro- Project Magnet is gathering information heads are respon- MATERIAL-MeastU'
ing in at 19 inches
Those interested in joining ject Magnet, is intended to add for the 1965 world sible for informing personnel of midriff is Barbara around Luna who the

can get full details by 'writingthe to the understanding of the magnetic charts. The charts are "teflon" dangers, for providing Broadway audiences remember

Armed Forces Stamp .Ex- earth's magnetism. Nearly 600- used by maritime, aviation and adequate protection for workers as Liat in "South Pacific.

change Club, Oceana NAS, Vir- 000 miles will be flown over scientific groups throughout the against"teflon"during processing, From there the trail led to

ginia Beach, Va. Asia, Africa, and South America. world. and for collecting "teflon" waste. with Hollywood 20th CenturyFox.I' where Babs. is now


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15

November 1959
JAX AIR NEWS Ptge 7


Stumbling On,

Grid Pickers \ t.. "



Say 'Georgia'

Jax Air News grid guessers t
fared well with
last
week's
stal ball, garnering a ,700 per-cry- Named
Myron Brady
centage. Overall average for the

fall is still low, however, witha

Guest mark picker of .686.this week is Bob Top Smoker Mittman .

Caskey, JO2,< of NATTCenter's

football SIO Office about, who tries to guess Myron Brady, classy Jax Navy boxing newcomer, punched -

once yearly. his way to a unanimous decision over favored Tom MeTigue -
Games are: Pitt-BC; Md.- in the feature bout to gain Most Outstanding Boxer

Navy; Yale-Tenn; Syra.-Penn St.: Award at the first smoker of the year before a huge crowd
,
Mich.-Ill.; Purdue- Iich. St. -
: last week at King Hall.
Wisc.-Nthwstrn.; Ga. TechNotreDame to rugged veteran Bob Gaffney
55 Brady kept McTigue the
on
; Ga.-Fla.; Ky.-Vandy; LSU of Wilder AC on a TKO. Proulx,
throughout moist of the
-Tenn.; SMU-Texas A&M; Air ropes however, never touched the can-
exciting six: minutes of action in
Force -Missouri, Calif.- Oregon
,
springing surprise( win over vas.In
and High School Pick, Terry the defending Golden Gloves a neighborhood grudge bat-

Parker-Fletcher. champion.IN tle, John Nally and Bob Knoll,
DAVIS EDITORS both of VA-44 and both from St.
OTHER activity, Henry
Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Louis real crowd
put on a pleaser -
I Navy Maryland ."..n" "" "'''__ ....... ." w ,.,. ....,..".......;",,,;,,....;_ Strother of Jax Navy lost a deci- with Ndlly gaining the nod.
Penn Penn SHOULDERING THE SHELL Eight hopefuls for posi- sion to Kenneth Wilson of Wilder -
Syracuse Syracuse tions on the Jax Navy varsity rowing team shoulder their shell AC. Although possessing lots Cyclone Ingenito of VA-44
Illinois Illinois prior to hitting the water for start of practice last week. Work of boxing savvy, the smaller decisioned Arnold Tillman of
Purdue Mich State outs have been slated twice weekly to whip a crew Into'shap.. NAS Jax while All-Navy champion -
Northwestern Strother outclassed the
was by
Northwestern for the
rugged competition facing the club this year. Above are, Lawrence Howard's match
lllotre) Dame Ga. Tech left to right, Ron Sampson, George Suffuletto, Larry Reed, more experienced Wilson.In .
Georgia Georgia James Schultz, Lt. Col. W. P. Mitchell, L. D. Smith, Wally with Wilder's John Thomas was
Kentucky Kentucky Cantrell and Jospeh Essmyer. first bout of the night, Ron stopped after the first round.
LSU lsuSMU Racaniello of NAS Jax punchedout
Next smoker is planned for

Air Force Air SMU Force SHELLS OARS TO a verdict over Richard Boy- Thursday, November 19, at King
land of VW4. John Martinez of
Oregon Oregon Hall at 1930.Officers.
Terry Parker Fletcher NAS Jax then downed Gerald ,
Wahley of NAS Jax in a close
O'BRIEN CASKET OUTNUMBER MEN? decision.In EM

Boston College Boston College fact, with exception of a ,
Navy Navy Taking to the water for the first time this season, the
few bouts, fight the
on
every
Syracuse Penn Syracuse Tale tex Navy rowing team started practice last week with a nine-event card was close with Wives Keep
fairly inexperienced at the
group oars.
lllinoll Illinois/ only one TKO registered. Not a
Purdue Purdue Coach Jim Anderson has invited didates single man throughout the entire Up Keg PaceTeam
Northwestern NorthwesternNotre all interested military personnel yet. It's a wide open I '
,Notre Dame Dame to try out for the club. : race for the nine positions. show was knocked down. Seven capitalized on a

GeorgiaKentucky GeorgiaVanderbilt To date, bulk of candidates have Jax Navy is 'graced with a BOB PROULX of VAP-62, in sudden weakness by league-

LSU LSU been Marines, but Navy and trio of eight-oared shells this i the first fight of his career, lost leading Team tour to move intoa

Air Force Air Force Air Force men are also welcome. season, making a total of 27 first-place tie in the Officers

Wry Oregon Parker OregonFletcher I TWICE WEEKLY sessions are positions available. Service ScoreboardArmy Wives Bowling League last week.

being held to whip the crew When the 'varsity crew is 13 Air Force 13. Despite their bad showing,
into shape for the rugged com- named, Anderson will select a Notre Dime 25, Navy 22. Team Four took high honors witha
C. W. Post 12, Newport Navy 8.
Tennis Tourney petition facing Jax Navy this second and third string team if San Diego Marine' 27, Hamilton AFB 7. 700 game and 2054' series:
season. enough interest is shown for Boiling/ AFB J 18, Camp Leeune| 6. Helen 'Nagy of Team One cap-
Action BeginsCapt. Practice is held at the Jax such. Ft. Bragg 35, Norfolk Navy 18. tured high single with a 177
Ft. Hood 33, Ft. Belvolr/ 26. ,
Sailing Club site foot of Persons interested in while high set honors went to
"Hutch" Cooper of Navy tryingout McClellan AFB 28, Santa Clara 3. '
'
VA-44 scored an impressivewin Ranger street, Time of workoutsis should show up at 'one of Quantlco 41', Ft. Dix 0. Jan Baird of Team Four' with a

to lead first round play in 1500-1700, Tuesdays and Fri- the team's practice sessions or Quonset Point 6, Army "B" 6.Ft. 470.
the Station Tennis Tourneylast days. contact the First i Sergeant at : Campbell 52, Ft. Gordon 6. Elaine Honour of Team Eight
Treasure Island 26, San Franclio U. 6.
week. Anderson is a veteran crew Marine Air Detachment at NAT- Brooke Army 22, Ft. Canon 13. converted two 5-8-10. splits.
Capt. Cooper upended Hen- mentor, having gained lots of TCenter. N. Texas State W, Peniacola 0. e

ry Walker of VAP-62, 6-0 and experience under tutelage of renowned The Enlisted Wives Bowling'

6-3. In other action, Arnold rowing coach Rusty Cal- League is a two-team affair i

Clemons of VAP-62 defeated low.STARTING with the Yellow'Belles and Tan
Dave White of ComFair Jax, his career in 1926at Tigers battling for the title aft-

6-2 and 9-7. the, Virginia ,Boat Club in er ,six weeks of competition.'

Other first round contests Richmond, Anderson became LaVerna Burnett took high

have yet to be played. Com- varsity member of Penn's eight- honors with a 174 game and 482

petition is scheduled daily at oared shell from 1931-33. In high series. The Yellow Belles

1200 at the Mainside Courts. 1932, he captured the Princeton grabbed team high marks by

single scull championship. registering a 609 game and 1753

Anderson has also been a collegiate series.

Bad Fortune and private club coach,

handling the reins of Washingtonand

Hits Pistolmen during Lee this U.time from he 1948-51.tutored Also the f I 200 CLUB \

Jax Navy pistol team came up '
Boat .Club crew. 1{'
Virginia The 200 Club has welcomed a
with a below-par average at the
of the host of bowlers the last
Parris Island, S.C. Invitational He is vice-president two
Shoot last weekend, with only Dad Vail Rowing 'Association and ... weeks including several returnees. -

three Flier shooters copping hon- has been a race referee and .
ors. starter for college and clubcom- .'
"', ":' Jack Emch of the VA-44 Raiders
:
;\i -
since 1951. ,:
Don Peters paced the locals in ; petition
Marksman with ';,' made the Club with gamesof
class Slow Fire' THE SKIPPER reminds thatno
a .45, earning runner-up spots in seats on the varsity crew 204 and 201. Charles' Fowler,

the National Match Course, time have been awarded to any can- Operations-Ordnance, hit 211

fire, aggregate and National ag- ---- twice while teammate Bill, Scarborough -

gregate. Marine Gridders
registered a pair of
Art Newman captured first in s
the Expert class with a .22 Again ChampionsMarine .J 200 games.
in Course. \ Other entries in the Club Included -
the National Match Aviation Detachment :}
This was Newman\s "swan song"in A h'ii :
,
Jax Navy competition. He's last week won \fe brace of gamesin George Mahonski of VP-5,

due for return to civilian life in the NATTCenter Touch Football 227; John Evanoff, Oper.-Ord.,
the and assured themselves _
near future. League, -
208; Tom McLaughlin, MARTD,
Joe Carapellotti was the other the Center Championshipfor
217 Al Peterson )F AETU 204
Jax shooter to place, taking sec- the third straight ,1 ... ; ;
year.
ond in the .38 Slow Fire is Bob Kustra, Administration, 209;
spot VOTED BEST BOXER-Myron Brady, (left) of NAS Jax
event. Their first win came at expense all smiles as ha receives Best Boxer of Night trophy from Rear Chuck Chancey, FAW-11, 201;
cf Aviation Electrician Admiral Keneth Craig, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Paul Kranz, VAPO62 "A", 201;
Lady (holding cookie to her Mate Blue" team, 37-6, followedby following action in the first boxing smoker of the season last Bill Maranville, Hospital, 201;
week at King Hall. Brady defeated'Golden Gloves championTom
12-0 win Aviation Of- and Dick Hoover and
| dog: "Speak! Speak a over McTigue of Marine Barracks in the night's feature bout. MARTD,
Dog: "What'll I say?" ficers School., Next smoker is planned for November 19 at 1930 at King Hall. Sam Ortega, X-3, both with 200.



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1TagecTT' NIerll I

JAX AIR NEWS 5



I I Schedule of Special Services Activities and Facilities for Nov. 5-11 .1 I


MOVIES Thursday Friday Saturday I Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday

HAS, Bldg. 812NATTCenIer 1900 only 1900 only 18002000 14, 18, 2000 1800-2000 1800 & 2000Elephant 1400 & 1900
The Nuns The Dairy of Enchanted Legion of TheDoomed Fighting Stallion We're No Angels,
Story Ann Frank Island Gun

.
Bldg.563 1900 only 1900 only I 1400-1900 1400-1900 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only
Horse Soldiers The Nun's Story I Diary ol A. Fran Enchanted Jsland Legion of Doomec Fighting Stallion Elephant Gun
I
Hospital 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only
Hole in Head Horse Soldiers The Nun's Story Dairy of A. Frank Enchanted Island Legion of Doomed Fighting Stallion

LIBRARIES

.
NAS. Bldg. 3 0815-2100 0815-2100 1300-2100 1800-2100 0815-2100: 0815-2100 0815-2100

,
NATTCenter. Bldg. 583 0930-2100 0930-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100

Hospital OSOO-l OO 0800-1600, dosed' 1300-1700 0800-1600 0800-1600 0800-1600

LOUNGES. CLUBSNAS

Bldg. 055NATTCenIer. 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100 1400-2100 Closed 1000-2100 1000-2100

,

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

.
Blue Jackets Inn 1630-2400 2000-2400 2000-2400 2000-2400 1630-2400 1630-2400 2000
Jimmy Gieger Stanley Bros. Bingo

EM. NATTCenltr 1630-2300 1630-2300. 1630-2300
1630-2300 1200-2330. 1400-2330 1400-2330 I .

EM, NARTU 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 Closed Closed 1130-1300
1630-2230 1630-2230 16302330For 16302330For: 1630-2230

NAS Outdoor Pools Secured Season

NATTC Outdoor Pools Secured The Season


NATTCenler Gym 1300-2100 1300-2100 1000-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100

.
1000-1600 OB 1000-1600 1000-1600 OB 1000-1600 OB 1000-1600 OB
NAS Bowling 1600-2200 LB 1600-2200 LB,220023000B 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

NATTC Craft Shop 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630
1730-2100 1730-2100 17302100,0600Dark. 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100

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

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

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

Hobby Shop. Bldg. 898 1400-2100 1400-2100 .0900-2100 1300-2100 Closed Closed 1400-2100
.
Indoor Swimming Bldg. 614<< 1600-2000 1600-2000 2 1130-2000 1200-2000 1600-2000 1600-2000 1600-2000


SPECIAL EVENTS:
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.

Test, Evaluation Force To ; ', I New ServiceContinued

( from Page 1))
Augment Research WorkThe the area is another service.
:V: ;
'
Transportation and passport information -
Navy has established an Operational Test and Evaluation !is also provided.INFORMATION .
Force (OPTEVFOR) to centralize and'strengthen its research and is offered on

development program. OPTEVFOR will hive operation rights, benefits and allowances,
This action follows the recent ,
J al control over more than 20 experimental Commissary Stores, N a v y Exchanges -
naming of a Deputy Chief of
ships,including Obser-i and Hobby Shops, and
'Naval Operations for Develop- vation Island, Compass Island and Navy medical care. City and

ment. Norton Sound. Four air develop Station maps. are located in the
HEADED BY Rear Admiral
ment squadrons of the Atlanticand vi office.
William D. Irwin, OPTEVFOR I Pacific Fleets are also partof In charge of compiling information -
was formerly the Operational
OPTEVFOR.The for the center's use is
Development Force, Atlantic Thomas Lawrence, AA. He
new emphasis on importance -
Fleet. maintains the locator and direc-
Mission of the of an effective arid respon-
? newlyformedgroup tory service, prepares DIC fold-
sive Navy 'research and development -
has been expanded to
reflect -
ers, and handles filing and cor
program will insure main-
closer. coordination and responsibility respondence.
tenance of Fleet readiness duringthe
for all test and
evaluation Dwayne Boyd, AN, is respon-
period of increasing complexity _
projects, in addition to sible for disseminating informa-
research and of modern Navy weapons. '
development.
I tion. Besides maintaining a log of

all inquiries, he is charged with

TwenfySev'enChiefs k '" responding to all requests for
f
,_, a_} 'L_ .! information, whether applied for
h w.m y =' "n W.
UppedContinued A HELPING HAND Michael Tufarella, AMC. (left) lends by phone or in person.
( from Page 1)) helping hand to James Karrh, JO1, and his family son Randy EVEN BABY sitters can be
Sunday, November 8 Also, Herbert Quad AECS; and wife Merldene, one of the first local families to seek housing obtained through the center. Tu
information at Station's new Dependents' Information Center farella urges all qualified sitters
ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL Courtney Ray, AOCS; Elliot located at the Main Gate in Building 13. The Center is open interested ,
in
0830-Service of Worship. Richards, ,AECS; Albert Royce weekdays from 0800 to .1630 and 0800 to 1200 on Saturdays. being placed on an
0330: Sunday School, three- AOCS; John Schwalben- avaifability list for futuVe reference -

year-olds ing 722; through Adult Bible adults Class Build-, berg AECS, ;GFCS Roger; Snodgrass William Segee, AT- I.I.VP5 I Pair Cited For Alertness I "I believe to contact the Dependents'his office.Information -

Center will be
CS and James Whatley GF- I a big
Chaplain Wolfe Small
Chapel.
Alertness on the part of two help to people with orders to
0930-Service of Worship. being checked, an electrical
CS.Advanced Patrol Squadron Five enlisted "
Jacksonville, the chief said. He
to E-8 from
1100-Service of Worship. men has earned them letters'of spark ignited gasoilne leakingto added that such
Mainside were Kenneth Sta- persons may
.
1330 Teen-Age and Senior commendation. the ground and an immediatefire write the center prior to moving

High Fellowships, and United cey, ATCS; Paul Yarbrough, Donald Latimer, AT2, and Robert broke out endangering the here for information on the Sta-
Fellowship of Protestants, Build- RMCM Herbert Hensley, BM .
; Dyer, AT1,' were commended aircraft and lives of other crew tion and the city of Jacksonville.
ing 722 and Small Chapel. CS; and Noah D. Dillow, CS for their part in extinguishinga Dependents' Information Center .-
S .. members as well as your own.
CS. fire caused by an electrical is' located in the Northwest
ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL .. spark that ignited leaking gas- "With great presence of mind lower wing of Building 13, just

0830 and 1000. -. Sunday Mass. Ronald Serera, a trainee at Ft. oline during a pre-flight checkof and disregard for your personal outside the Station's Main Gate,
..
ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL Ord, Calif., was an All-America aircraft. I safety, you rapidly obtained and is open from 0800 to 1630
The citation, given them by
weekdays, and from 0800 to 1200on
Naval Hospital swimmer at Southern Californiaand commanding a fire extinguisher and
Comdr. A. C. Cason, VP-5 Saturdays. Further information -
0630-Naval Hospital a member of the '56 U. S. officer, read in part, '(successfully put out this dangerous may be obtained by calling

0930-Protestant Service. Olympic swimming team. "As the bomb bay tanks were fire," the commendation said. extension 8605 or 8606.

I