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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 19, 1959
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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'Go! We're Just Three 'Pent Away


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Jacksonville Navy's effort in
the Community ChestUnitedFund ed drive is slated to conclude in Chest-United drives and of- worthwhile endeavor," slalpfl a 'the/bell include Recruiting Office -

Drive was just 3% shy of Friday and it is hoped that the ficials are beseeching all hands I campaign spokesman. It was re- 312.7%; Naval Hospital,
its goal as of Wednesday, it was Navy will join in ringing of the who have not yet contributed to ::1. emphasized that it is never too 137.1%; Fleet Air Wing Eleven,
reported by campaign officials.All bell sounding ,a successful cam' join in this worthwhile endeavor. : late to give to such a cause as .127.1%; NARTU, 112.5%; NATT-
paign. the Community ChestUnitedFund. Center, 108.4%; Naval Station
hands have expressed a "We feel there are quite a few
grim determination to re-solicit All that is needed according to fine personnel who have not con- Mayport, 105.6%; NAS Jacksonville -

their units and pick up any loose ,officials is a mere $2100 for the tributed for one, reason or another Eight of the 13 major partici- 104.1%; and Marine Aviation -
103.4%.
Detachment NATTC
change that has not yet been Navy to go over the top. The and we ask them to join pating activities have gone ,over ,
accounted for, in a last ditch ef- combined forces of Navy military hands with the rest of their the top to boost overall percentage Percentages of other participating -
fort to go over the top. and civilian personnel have shipmates and fellow employeesin for the Navy to its present I commands to date are

The community's Chest-Unit- never failed to make the grade this most wonderful, and 97%. Activities which have rung I (Pleas turn to Page 8, CoL 1))


AmphibiousWar r




Shown Tactics Here Jf-)


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"Operation Scimitar, an
illustrative presentation de-

picting a hypothetical limitedwar
situation in the Middle
East was attended last week
attachedto Vol. 17 No. 37 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 19 November 1959
by some 250 Marines
five Jacksonville units.Majority .
of the four-hour con- Committee
.
fidential seminar, held at King 4 .4..o-:...::. .7. Pondering
Hall, featured showing of slide
pictures of battle situations. A
Goods Rule
question and answer session cli- 4. :.} t ChangesMany
maxed the affair.SPONSORING .

last Monday's changes in the methods, of moving service fami-

demonstration was the Second lie s',furniture may be installed in the near future,.if a special
Amphibian Tractor Co. reserve Dept..of Defense Congressional committee study is adopted,
unit of Jacksonville. Among attending reports Navy Times.
ers's to receive
: eligibility gov-
delegates were persons
zt. orj. The changes will get a ser- ernment business.
from Marine Air Reserve De- viceman's
possessions to his next Carriers would also be required -
tachment Marine Aviation De-
,
duty station in better shape, with
Marine Barracks and to inspect and approve theiragent's
tachment
,
j. less red tape than usual, and
submitting
facilities before -
Recruiting Office, in addition to 2 maybe
even at a saving to himor
representatives from the down- the a service tender, make a
government.
town reserve unit. pre-moving survey at the own
I A direct i representative of AMONG THE: changes is one er's residence and report to the
Commandant of the Marine proposed by the Navy to put the resident at an agreed-upon time
Corps, the team is composed of moving of household goods on and! date for packing, pickup and

five officers and three enlistedmen. 9, competitive basis. And. servicemen delivery.AT .
Team members include Lt. would be allowed. to pick ONE time, the single issueof
Col. L. J. Parnell, team chief, their own mover.. allowing service members to
Maj. G., A. Kraum, Maj. S. M. Stricter standard would also pick !heir own movers was

Taub Jr., Maj. D. G. Jones and __ ._".....m__" be adopted for evaluating a mov- weighed thoroughly by the Defense
Maj. D. W. Walsh. -- committee (headed by Raymond
MOVE UP LADDER -Wearing happy smiles on their faces -
THE ONE-NIGHT "school," ac- is this trio of HAS Jax Settlor Chief Petty Officers who will J I Lytle.)
cording to Lt. Col. Parnell, serves advance to Master Chief as of December 16. Left to right are, THANKSGIVINGHOLIDAY But a decision was postponedIn
John Bernstein, HMCM, Kenneth ACCM, and JamesSmith
as a refresher course for Ma- AKCM. All three hare- Garrigan.yean In the Nary favor of a further study, This
rines, and introduces new war- and are planning on at least three more years with coming of LOOMS opened up the whole field of
fare techniques. The tearri em- the new star. The n.w Muter Chiefs are among eight at The Naval Air Station, and household goods shipment and
phasizes current Marine Corps NATTCenter NAS and in lax Fleet units who made E-9 in all its tenant commands and the Navy made its other .recommendations. -

doctrine as taught at Marine' recent tests. activities, will be on full holi- Presumably the oth-

Corps Schools, Quantico, Va. day schedule next Thursdayin er services have done the same.
"Operation Scimitar" at NAS Bennett Praises
Cong. observance of Thanksgiving Household goods shipment isbig
Jax was divided into four per- Day
business. In fact, it's biggest
iods. First period included intro- All andscivilian
duction, general and special situ- NAS[ Civilian EffortsThe personnel military, except those, l in d i- I singled I'transportation category of service in terms material of-

ation And intelligence, while tactical ty status; { and, fn maintenance cost and the cost is increasing.For .
plans, air operations and fact thai tfAS Jacksonville was least affected of sections, will'be given the ,day
"n.t.T4'plans were discussed Naval Installations recently ordered to trim their payrolls, fiscal 1960, over 2,000,000

during second period. can be attributed to "the outstanding job done by its em- off.The Jax Air News will appear permanent transfers are scheduled -
Helicopter planning, reconnaissance ployees," so stated U. S. Rep. Charles E. Bennett in his an- on Wednesday. There by the four'mi11tary services.

and company plans were nual get-together Monday with employee representatives of fore, all copy for publica-
highlighted in third period, and the Station in Building! 200 Auditorium. tiori next week 'should be in SPECIAL NOTICE
fourth period contained discus- L_ ,Ungraded employees will be paid
"me wonderful Joe aone oy the office by 1200 Monday.
sions concerning new equipment, workers of this Station in all as not enough needed activity in Photograph deadline remain Wednesday HOT. 25, Instead of
a question period, and in con pects of operation, principallythat such an operation as maintenance I'I Monday at 0900. the regular Thursday paydaydue
(Please turn to Page 8, CoL 5))
clusion, "the assault." of keeping cost of producer to the Thanksgiving holiday.

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THE LANDING force instruc- d .111..1..19. ow-
uuu d own an u .u..6 m an p -- -------- ----- -------- -----
tion group recently visited MC- effectively, has paid off and

AS Nashville, N A S Memphis, will continue to .pay off, said
NAS Atlanta, MCSC Albany, Ga. the Congressman.

Miami.MacDill AFB, Tampa, and .N AS BENNETT answered a barrageof iJr

questions hurled by some 60 _
Capable of "putting on a show _
employees who represented em-
Please turn to 8, CoL _
( Page 4))
ployee councils and other recog-

Mutual Death Benefit uct nized business groups ''authorized of their member-to con- y yay

Payment Is Now Due ships with supervisors and man-
Mutual Death Benefit Society agement officials of the Station.
members are reminded that assessment Possibility of the Jacksonville
No. 127 is now due Naval Air Station, or any other
and'payable by close of business activity in this area, becoming
December 2. involved in possible maintenanceand
Checks should be made out repair of rockets and mis-
to: Employees' Mutual Death siles is remote, according to the

Benefit Society. Positively no Congressman in his answer to f y Jb'ie'y .lo-'' e NMSS: S Xd6
''' -
assessment will. be accepted after one of the questions. CONGRESSMAN MEETS WITH EMPLOYEES U. S. Rep. Charles E. Bennett answers a
that date. Missiles are not flown ,every- barrage of questions tossed by Station employ. representatives durng his visit here Monday. The
Assessment No. 128 has also day like aircraft, he stated. They congressman discussed with the group various topics of local and national interest to Federal em-
ployees. Earier in the day he met with high ranking Station officials and was guest speaker at
become due, but this: 'has been are very costly and we must I the opening day program of the Industrial Relations Field Institute for Activities of the Sixth
declared a.free assessment. limit their 1 iaunchings There is Naval Diltrid.Let's .


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.m 's -S Bank Offering I Ejectable Escape Capsule

Christmas Club

Another service Is being offered Sought For Pilot ComfortWashington

NAS, bcbonvllie! of the Naval Air
Capt. James R. Reedy ......................................:..........,.............. Commanding"" Officer patrons
Comdr. Robert Nelson ........................."..... ......................................Executive Offlecr Station Facility Office of the (AFPS-Can) pilots be freed from the move-
NAB Six; Flttt, Air ckionvil! Barnett Bank with start Nov. ment-restricting and inconvenient survival equipment now

Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig .............................:.......................................... Commander 23 of a Christmas Club pro- flight?
Capt. Greyitor. H. Weber ....................,................................. Chief of Staff, FalrJax for 1960. required for supersonic high! altitude
Comdr. John H. R. Fehler .................................... Acting Chief of Staff NAB Six gram Persons with a checking or In an effort to affirmativelyanswer bailout oxygen bottles, life jack-
this question, the U.S.
Fleet Air Wing Eleven
rafts and other cumbersome
Capf Robert M. Milner ..........?................................................................ Commander thrift account at the bank can Navy has recently announced 'it ets,
Capt. Charles lambing, .................,.............................,..,......... Chief Staff Officer have money applied to their is investing $1,000,000 for de- survival gear.
Naval Air Technical Training Center Christmas Club monthly. which The capsule design will con-
Capt. Robert J. ____ velopment of a "capsule"
Fleming Officer
Commanding off forward
to sist of a sealed- sec-
Comdr. Gerald R. Pearson ...................................:........................ Executive Officer Another way pay on may afford pilots comfort and
Naval Hospital your Club is to visit the bank safety to match increased, per- tion of the airplane, initially

Capt. Alton C. Abernethy .;...."............................................,... Commanding Officer and pay so much weekly or formance of today's super-speed shaped to the lines of Chance
Capt. John G. Feder ..."................................."..?.................,.......... Executive Officer semi-weekly. aircraft.IF Vought's F8U-1 Crusaders.In .

Capt. F. H. Holt .....?......"....................NARTU.............................;:...... Commanding Officer Although starting date has THE project is successful, an emergency, the capsule
Comdr. B. N. Hart ...,1...... .........................................;..... Acting Executive Officer been set for the week of Nov- pilots will no longer be handi- would be ejected from the aban-
ember 23: you can join the masks, press- doned airplane by rockets and
by
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at capped oxygen
no Club at a later date. stabilized by retractable "fins."
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-95 Rev. July 1958. ure: suits, personal parachutes,
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, .. Force-sensing drag brakes would
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air 'S' decelerate the. device.
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital.
Service Information Officer ..................., Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnli Jr. ih! % ACCORDING to Chance Vought
Assistant Service Information Officer ....."............. Andrew H.: Planey ; officials, at or below 62,000 feet
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters-Elaine Terrell; Ron Davis, AN, Gene altitude and at approximately
Hagan, JOSN. Photographers-Joseph O'Brien, PH3. ..: 500 m.p.h., a first stage para-
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material f vw. ? ___ chute would be used to additionally -
appearing in this publication can be reprinted providing credit is given. Photographs, .
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photographs. control the capsule.
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone extensions -' When'the'device has descended -
8164, 65o, 272 or 216. to 14,000 feet and slowed to

220 m.p.h., a second-stage clusterof

Responsibility Of Conserving parachutes would open to con-

;; 'c trol the remainder of the descent -

' Funds Is An All Hands JobIf :

It is planned to equip the cap

you are a Navy man, are you interested in saving sule with semi-automatic devices
:%:'f: te'r':
r
Uncle Sam's money? If you are a civilian employee, are you which would trigger the escape

interested in saving your job? l4 : ; mechanism in case of a pilot's
unconsciousness. It is expectedto
,Naturally, the answer is yes! But how? It' ; \ ___ t' f I I Ik float and provide protectionon

IT'S: EASY I ALL YOU HAVE to do is to become a con- land or sea.

servationist-or a saver of utilities. We don't mean capturing }.
_
utilities and preserving them in a bottle. Nothing as difficultas VP-5 'Whitehat'Tn

that. It's simple-just learn to conserve electricity heat
' "'... ,"bwta.,:.'''aVP5 <'''.'>OW.:<.:______, .,...._....:O"<......."" ,.,,.., >'f .BA.,. NmrHrrd
water steam etc. while the
on job.
MAN TO ENTER NAVCADS -; Richard Strickland
For the first time in more than
The heating season is just beginning and the annual cost ADR3, (center) of Patrol Squadron 5 receives his contract and three Patrol SquadronFive
orders for to Naval Aviation Cadet Training from years
of fuel oil for heat and industrial st.eam aboard the Station Comdr. J., appointment J. Coonan, VP-5 execuiire officer. Lt. W. E. Biro Is about to lose one of Its J

last 'year was $260,000. The vast majority of this cost is es- (right) looks on approYingly. Strickland is to report to Chief of men. '

sential for the continued operation and well being of employees : Naval 'Air Basic Training on January 28. And its .Vintfti....... ......... civilian life, but "il. ,'.. ,

and their families. There are, unfortunately, some I Green Cove Toastmaster Gets for another goal, to seek the. \
coveted of Gold"
Navy "Wings
wastes, here in the use, of steam when radiators or other
steam-consuming equipment. are left on when not required. Area AwardCal R. J. Strickland, ADR3, has
(This is where we, as individuals, must assume responsibility Eight Speakoff in his possession: a set of orders
for conservation of funds. transferring him to the "Anna
,Gardner, a member of the Green Cove Springs Zip-
of the Air" NAS Pensa-
polis
,
THE NAVAL AIR STATION, along with other activities, per Fleet .Toastmasters Club, walked off with top honors in cola, where he'll enter' flight

has been forced into a reduction in personnel because of fund the; Area Eight Toastmasters speakoff conducted last Satur- training as a NavCad.

shortage growing out of continued increase in the cost of day night at1 Karl HellenthaPs Restaurant. __ .Although ''primary source of

labor' and 'materials. This increase in costs and the level- Gardner, a Navy Chaplain sta- Taylor, NAS Cecil Field Toast- future Naval aviators Is the
under which the must tioned at Naval Station Green
funding concept Navy operate can be masters. Naval Academy and civilian procurement -
combated only through effective savings in our operations.Most Cove Springs, bested five other Each contestant was selectedby an outstanding few
contestants. Each contestant, un-
operations are planned and reviewed to insure that members in a series of previous men are selected from among enlisted -
beknownst to the other chose as
,
costs are kept at' a minimum for accomplishment of the task. I contests within clubs. Fleet personnel.
his tonic "Man's Greatest Need.
.
Some operations however which cost thousands of --
many
Each speaker delivered hisspeech
dollars each year cannot be completely controlled by any while other contestantswere ,
individual or ,organization. It takes the genuine interest of
absent from the room.
everyone on the Station to effect any savings in these areas,
AIR FORCE Lieutenant Fritz
which include the consumption of utilities.
Hellings, a member of Jax Navy

PERSONNEL CAN HELP THE cause tremendously, Officers Toastmasters Club, cap- "", =::::": '0 .. o
much more than they realize, by being conscious of the abuseof tured runner-up honors. -.: ti.'.._._' 'L.o "': :"':....

our utilities. Significant savings can be realized this winter Gardner and Hellings will car- -;- -.E;, .. .".. :. .
if the following I simple conservation rules are followed by ry the banners of Area Eight '. ..', ."."'>;' ..:' ,

everyone: against the two top speakers of ..., .... ..J

((1)) Do not turn on radiators when not required. Area Seven in a contest for the ,.:'.' '
coveted furlined gavel and ..i.. ....:;"..:.... .. ,..
((2)) As soon as your area is warm, shut off radiators. Greater Jacksonville Toastmasters "" '/>>':' ", ..

(3)) Do not raise windows while radiators are"on. Championship on Dec. 5 at : ..
the Thunderbird Inn. ..JIi1:\'f. : :,.' :'If .
.
(4)) Use only those radiators necessary to maintain com- : IJI.
fort. OTHER contestants at Saturday -
.. .
((5)) Kindly remind others to observe conservation rules. night's speaker included Max '
Suter, Navy Civilian Toastmasters -

of Naval Affairs To Visit ; Bill Reed, Mar-Nav Toast-
C.
C. Group. masters; Lewis Hancock, Lake

Members of the Naval Affairs Shore Toastmasters, and Fred
hall by Capt. James'R.. Reedy,
Committee of the Greater Jack-
Station commanding Officer. Busy Executive:"Miss Smith,
sonville Chamber of Commercewill "
Where's
pencil?
Following their! mess hall visit my
partake of a pleasure the
Miss Smith "It's behind
: your
they will tour the vast Overhauland
likes of which they ,have never earn .
when Repair Department, where ::::;:ti:\\-i.( ? .
experienced before, they Executive: "Come, come. You n y'
they .will be oriented on various
visit the Naval Air Station next know I'm a busy man. Which t'l' m-J;;
aspects of operation of the area'slargest "
Tuesday. ear? CHANGE OF COMMAND A new skipper has taken \over
Industrial plant. .
helm of Heavy Photographic Squadron 62. based at NAS Jax.
For.' the first time, the Cham- Stringless violin in store win- Comdr. Charles T. Frohne relieved Comdr. Charles W. HolUns-
ber of': Commerce members will Early to bed head in impressive ceremonies last week. Comdr. Frohne arrived -
dow with a sign reading "This, here from duty with VAH-7 at NAS Sanford.
assemble a* a'' group at the main Early to rue He's shown
enlisted men's galley for lunch. And your girl is yours for $35, no strings at- above (at microphone) reading orders ,putting him in charge of
the big photo squadron. Standing behind him is Comdr. Ho1l1nIJo. -
They will be greeted at the mess Goes, out with other guys. tached. head.
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19 November 1959 .JAX AIR NEWS Pegs 3

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BIENVENU! t State Safety

A hearty "welcome aboard"

goes' to 55 persons who checkedin Figure Gets

for duty recently at NAS Jax. 1
Ia.A I
Arriving Nor. 2 were Ottway Navy AwardThe

McKinney, PNC, from Head-

quarters, Support Activity, Yo- Navy Meriorious Pub.

kosuka, Japan; James Caulfield, lic Service Citation has been

AN, from Airdevron Six, Quon- awarded to Trooper Darrell

set Point. RI; Ronald Strojny, Jansen of the Florida High-

SA, Donald Baker; SA and Roy way Patrol, according to an
Russ, SA, all from NTC Great announcement from Captain

Lakes; Nancy Snyder, RMSN and Robert J. Fleming, commanding -
Zenith Webb, RMSN, from EM"A" officer of NATTCenter. '
School, Bainbridge Md
,
;
The citation, to be presented
Martha Smith, AGAA, from NA- .. }
:. ., t $cY.any. :}\ Jansen in a ceremony November
TTU, NAS Lakehurst, N. J; Wil- 3}
21 at 0800, is the second highest
lie McGuile, Jr, CS1, from USS
award which the Secretary of
Howard Gilmore (AS-16)) ; Larry

Payne, A03, from Patron 16; _W'N.V '_ ..... ., ._ ..ww..vm'...... .., ___ the Navy may give to an Individual -
who is not of
Malcolm Merritt, ADI, from VP- ARMED FORCES DISPLAY Shown at the top and bottom are just three of the many an employee
5; Aubrey Pearson, ADI, from fine exhibits arranged by various branches of the armed services for the Greater Jacksonville the; Navy
US-23 Los Agricultural 'and Industrial Fair which closes Saturday. Top left is the survival gear exhibited by Trooper Jansen is being given
Alamitos, Calif, and Aircraft Maintenance Department of the Station Top right Is the interesting Supply Department the high award "for outstanding
William Ham Jr., SM3, from Ration Dense display which includes comparison of new condepsed food with Us bulky counter- contributions to the Navy in
NavMar 'Reserve Tracen. part. Bottom is part of the vast Overhaul and Repair Department display denoting local ingenuity "
and production. the field of motor vehicle safety.
Eleven reported aboard Nov. 3:. For the past five years. IIP has
-- -- -- -
Richard Fulmer, ATCAN, from Three contributed to the mission of the

NAS Olathe, Kans; Norman Con- ,Only Days Navy in the Jax area as advisor'

ner Jr, BM2, from USS Henrico, and lecturer on the subjects of

(APA-45)); Roxie Waddle, RM3, Remain To SeeJacksonville Motor Vehicle and Bicycle Safety -

from NS Long Beach, Calif, and t .

Charles Spearman, ENFN, Mit- Fair The citation reads in part,

chello White, SA, Paul Embach, r 'Possessing a keen understandingof
SA, Bruce Nixon, SA, Myron There are three more days the problems of vehicle safe-

Thomas, FA, Thomas Huck, SA, left, including today to see the : ty, an intelligent approach to the
Roy' Callahan, SA, and Marshall nammoth Greater Jacksonville $ ': } problem, and realistic methodsof

Cobb, SA, all from NTC Great. Agricultural and Industrial Fairat q, .S providing education on this
Lakes. the Gator. Bowl area. subject
to young people of the

Nor. 4 saw arrival of 14 "white- Military personnel in uniformare Armed Forces, his actions have
reminded they will be admitted aided
officers
commanding of
hats," all from NTC Great Lakes:
free to the Fairgrounds Naval units in the Jacksonville
Kenneth Annino SA Charles !
;
Saturday, which has been desig- complex in the fulfillment of
Dubbs SA Joseph Machado SA
; ;
nated Armed Forces Day at. the their moral responsibility to those
Hugh McNulty, SA; Leslie Odier, Fair.
under their command"Deadly
SA; Thomas Flynn Jr, .SA; John j ye
Called Jacksonville's biggest
Connally, SA;;Donald Bonenfant,
annual attraction this
single ,
SA; William Bianchi, SA; Carl
year's Fair is setting attendance
Polansky, AA; Jack Gray, SA; Bug
records. Attractions galore including -
Kenneth Gaskill, SA; Edwin
'
r Cameron, SA, 'and Wesley Park, 'a huge midway with 4'I Killer Taboo
shows, rides, and entertainment; I

J SA.On Nor 5, seven checked in plus big many hitAmong exhibits are. makinga .'.'..s T".n... ..,. .'" __'_ "",___--",--___'__ With Navy"One

1 for duty, Richard Mason, FA; the exhibits is

Robert Moyer, SA; Michael the Armed ,Forces many Display hous- Non-Appropriated Funds To of the deadliest known
insecticides, parathion, is tabooIn
Knowal, FA; Thomas Lindner, ed near east stand of the Gator "
FA; Gary Miles, SA; Roland and the Navy," according to Comdr.G. .
featuring equipmentand
McLain Jr, SA; and Donald Pie- Bpwl material from all branchesof Come Under Central Group S. Stains, officer-in-charge 'of
Disease Vector Control Center at
trasiewicz, SA, all from NTC the armed services. ,

Great Lakes. Other features include a live- A brand new activity, com- cruing from 'the new system include NAS This Jax.,

Gene Foreman, HM2, from stock show, arts and crafts exhibit ing under the direction of the : statement was promptedby
bulletin issued by the Flor-
Clarksville, Tenn; William Mc- and football games. There Comptroller Department, is 1. The issuance of financial ida State Board
of Health
which
Neilly, ENC, from AC&R School, will be also poultry rabbits, eggsas 'springing up o"h the Station.It's statements on a timely basis reflecting warned'all
against the
Norfolk; Wilbert Grantland, CS2, well as produce grown locally. the Central Accounting Office an accurate statement of use of parathion persons for

from tfSS Boxer (LPH-4), and Admission to the fair is 75 for nonappropriated funds, monthly expenditures, and reduction There have been any numerous reason.
which will be with of labor costs. Until
Richard Petri, SA, -from NTC cents for adults and 25 cents charged now deaths in Florida caused by in-
maintaining books and financial each fund activity maintainedits
Great Lakes, all arrived NOT. 6. for children. secticide. Death can occur when
records for four non-appropriated own accounting system. Now th I"A. ..I"A_
e nsec U\6UC been in contact -
'I fund activities of the Station. all can be handled from one I' uas
with the skin and absorbedby
THE COMPOSITE Recreation office with a minimum of help.
the body. 'Early symptoms are

". '.......'...>.....:.',.,.,-.:,.'.-. Fund, Chief Petty Officers' Mess, 2. IN ADDITION the Central dizziness and pin-point pupils in
: Office will write
: :< : : ; Commissioned Officers' Accounting
Mess
<::<
;*::J;'<:''' '':;(< : ' the eyes, followed by a coma.
: V'i'MrJ1'f'::: ; ; :: ;+? !t.fu"jf. : : (Open) and Commissioned Of- checks for the various activities When the organic phosphorus

9.tdErsfS x, ;'* ficers' Mess' (Closed) will even- concerned and automatically record compound has been absorbed by

tually be under one centralized all data concerning each the skin, it destroys the cholinesterase -

system of accounting. check on permanent records by enzymes in the body. The

"We're still in the setting up means of electrical accounting result is a deterioration of the

4. h v stage," says Mrs. Helen Hester, equipment. nervous system! which results in
Office Supervisor for. the new 3. By use of this equipmentthe death.

> y accounting office," Main reason actual accounting will be With the fact in mind that justa

for placing these activities under performed by using documentssuch few drops of parathion on the

one system is to give more accurate as bank deposit slips, daily skin can kill a person .it is no
and timely reports at a activity records and vendors wonder it is such an effective

lower cost." bills. Also included in the accounting insect killer. It kills ants, roaches -

Some 90 units or groups come work are statements- for rats, and other known pestsin
under the Composite Recreation accounts receivable.This a short time.

Fund, main financial source job of doing more with The Board of Health has warn-

for welfare and recreation of less personnel through a central- ed that home owners and persons

X military personnel. The various ized system and many machines, unfamiliar with this toxicant

groups have to be accounted for seems to be the way of tomor- should not use it at all, and they

separately. row. A few years time should see are hoping that a set of rules and

MOST ARE set up on a monthly an economy with these machines, regulations for sale and use of
budget and it's the job of and this is a typical example. parathion and similar toxic ''in-

Central Accounting Office to secticides wil lbe set up.

make monthly reports to each Daffynlshuns: Baby Sitter Since there are very few qualified -
a high chair. who would be dealing
..,. unit for all monies on hand or persons -
: : *
I received.It fDafynishuTw with the toxicant on a com-
IN NEW ACCOUNTING UNIT- Mrs.. Helen Hester, Of- : Lawn grass, mercial basis, the Health Board
fice Supervisor of new Central Accounting Unit'of the Station, I is felt that better service ala mowed. reminds persons to be careful
works at machine designed to help the new unit put all non- will result from centralization of when using toxic chemicaland
appropriated funds activities aboard the Station under one any
all accounting for non-appropri-
Daffynishuns:. Hockey Player follow all manufacturers
bookkeeping system. The machine, it's hoped. will reduce cost I
of labor involved in keeping accounts accurate and up-to-date. ted fund activities.'Benefits ac- a disc'' Jockey: directions.y .




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I Little Foxes Spoil No Vine, Outfox MP' \


This is a play about three lit-
to tell guard. skitters. this little critter off at a run to
tle foxes and the frolic they had
at the Army Ordnance Missile Enter Tracy Bishop, guard. In- But up pops another little join its two pals.
Command headquarters at Huntsville stead of one little fox. Bishop fox. Parker makes like a "pla- The trio turns and makes a

Ala. : finds two. toon of Rebels this time, and slow withdrawal a few feet away
Exit Bishop. He calls the MPs. the second fox dashes off. to wait out the lieutenant.

Act one begins as Mrs. Caro- Enter MP Lt. John Parker. Parker decides he'll'call it So Parker, outfoxed, gives up.

lyn Harper, civilian secretary, Discovering a small gray fox, he quits, when 'another little gray When he leaves, the 'three little
spots a fox sitting in the parkinglot waves his arms, screaming likea fox peeks out. Howling like a foxes are still nosing around. i t

near her car. She runs offm. movie-type Rebel. The fox company of Rebels, Parker sends


4" : Civilian Blood With TheToosfmosfers

"

:i I Donor Day Set

Fritz Hellings took over reinsof
Nineteen boys and 11 girls w December 2 Toastmasters Club No. 546 in

entered the world at the Naval I the absence of the club's presi-
Another civilian blood donor
Hospital recently. dent at last week's meeting of

Born October 17 were JaMes December the group.

Edward, to Frank Barr, AT3, and Speakers included Mac Bailey,

Mrs. Barr; Timmy, to Rudolph Building Eight.Donations on "What Do I Do Now?"; Paul

Hinton, SD3, and Mrs. Hinton; Q will be accepted at Abbott, with a short speech on,

Sherrenne Ellen, to Douglas the Dispensary from 0830 until "Fraudulent Advertising" while
George, SA, and Mrs. George; Tom Knight spoke on, "I'm Hu-
1045. Types "A" and "O" are
Nennette Marie, to Dwayne man."
needed.
Lampe, AT3, and Mrs. Lampe;
wishing to donate Cup-of-the-week was won by
Monte Edward, to Marion McKenzie Employees
should refrain from eating a Abbott with his second speech
AN, and Mrs. McKenzie,
and Janet Denise, James Grim, heavy breakfast that morning.It's designed to sell a point. The
"Wizard of Ahs" was won by
suggested breakfast be lim-
SK2, and Mrs. Grim.
I. ay ited to citrus juice, toast with the evening's Master Evaluator,
October 18 was relatively quiet,
Ken Chapman. He was assistedby
% jelly or marmalade, and black
with only two births recorded.
VP-16 PONY EXPRESS Four members of Patrol Squadron coffee. Clancy Rich, Bill Frazier and
They were Justin Karl, to Max IB are shown loading for their
drop cans "Pony Express" run. Bill Highsmith.
Riemer, SN, and Mrs. Riemer, The cans were used in a movie-making project for the Officeof It's important that donors do
and Norman Edward, to Norman Information and the U.S. Post Office. The air drop was made not partake of fatty food or Grand finale of the night was

Riggs, AN, and Mrs. Riggs. .early this month to a destroyer off MayporL A helicopter took liquids during the four hours presented by Bill Mitchell witha
movies while the P2V "Neptune" wax making its "Pony Ex- before time for which donationis point-by-point analysis of the
I Born October 19 were Stephen press" run. Left to right are, E. J. Stark, AD3 O. H. Bivins scheduled. evening's meeting.
Donald, to Donald Kennebeck, ADI Lt (Jg) D. P. Brown and Lt. R. T. Lemon pilot of the .
GF1, and Mrs. Kennebeck; Pat- plane. After donating, arrangementshave
rick Andrew, to AGySgt. and been made for persons giv- Four speeches, ranging from

Mrs. Frank Stroup; Tony Ray, ing blood to get a light snackat the technical to the philosophicalwere

I to Charles Fields, AD2, and Mrs. Enviable Record Is Set the Civilian Cafeteria. featured at Tuesday's gath-
Fields; Scott Allen, to Carl Hun- ering of the Navy Civilion Toastmasters -

sicker, IC1, and Mrs. Hunsicker, at Cumberland. Community -

and".Kenneth Eugene,to',William Naval Aviation UnitsNaval Signs Missing Center. ,

Jacques, BT1, and Mrs. Jacques. By Birds PuzzledSeen John Will with his speech en- \.

Arriving October 20 were Barbara titled "If", derided methods used .
Jean, to Joseph Telken, aviation has set a ,new and enviable record, according any bewildered birds by insurance companies in'advertising -

HM3, and Mrs. Telken; Robin to word from the Naval; Aviation Safety Center .in lately? If so, they're probably and approach; Dick 1
find the NAS' Jax
trying to
Little, to Robert Ray McKibben, Norfolk.For Barker recalled his first exper-
whether it be as pilot, mechanicor
SA, and Mrs McKibben; Gordon the first time, Naval avia- Bird Sanctuary for a stop- iences with radar in "Radar and
crew member; desire for self- for feed and water.
Lee, to Joseph Simms, AMI, and tion has gone two weeks without over Me"; E. K. McIlrath waxed phil-
Mrs. Simms; Nathaniel Lavell, to experiencing a fatal accident. Improvement; personal super- Sings designating the area osophical as he pointed to
This record made during first vision by those in command; have been lost, according to
Nathaniel Caine, SN, and Mrs. was "words" as "Man's Greatest
Caine, and Susan Carolyn, to two weeks of September. thorough indoctrination, trainingand Mrs. John G. Feder, presidentof Need", and Gordon King imparted -

Ltjg) and Mrs. Robert Enstrom. BACK IN earlier days of the understanding of standard the Station's' Garden Club. facts on credit unions in his

October 21 saw birth of Robin Weekly Summary, it was a"HighllghtoftheWeek" procedures; necessity for com- sponsoring'Sanctuary. group for the Bird "Developing Your Credit union."

Mavis, to Robert Parker, YN2, accident week" when a plying with instructions, regula- Anyone knowing ,of the Evaluators, headed by master
"no fatal
was re-
and Mrs. Parker; Monique Ursulato ported. There was such a weekin tions a n,d orders concerning whereabouts of said s igns head shrinker Max Suter, included -
Pfc. arid Mrs. Curtis Palmer
; December 1953 and another in ground and air operations, and should contact a member of ,Paul Ames, John Lindberg,
John Kieth Jr. to Comdr. and
the Club. Dick Baber, and Ernie Newberg,
July 1955. the ability to think clearly and
Mrs. John Freeman Tammy
; charter the inactive
a rpember now on -
''I Jeannette, to Robert Eggleston, The next came at the end of to exercise sound judgment rolls who has returnedto
'
that same year and was followedby "Will your wife hit the ceiling '
AM?, and Mrs. Eggleston; Ron- the fold.
a gap of nearly three years when you come home?"
ald Leo Jr., to Ronald Fredette,
FN, and Mrs. Fredette; Arthur before the next one-the weekof Da//ynihurw: Power Lawn 'I hope to, because last time she Guest and prospective memberon
Nov. 24-30, 1958. Ten months Mower motorsickle. put a bullet through my hat. hand was Tom Stringfellowof
Irving Jr., to A3/C and Mrs. '
Arthur Reid; Karen Joan, to Lt. i ater, me: recor d was cci ft.. O & R. Toastmaster for the

and Mrs. Neil Diorio, and Cath- IN RETROSPECT a person I evening was Walt Stanul.

erine Denise, to Frank Miller, may wonder just what circum- Next week's meeting is set fQr
HM3, and Mrs. Miller. stances combine to effect such a Tuesday at 1830 at Karl Hellenthal's -
noteworthy accomplishment.The
October 22 welcomed arrivalof s l lp < Restaurant.
answer is simple, according to
four babies. They were Robert officials.I'
Safety Center
Wayne Jr., to Sgt. and Mrs. Ro- All that's necessary for more Navy Presentation

bert Parnell; William Jack Jr., achievements such as the latest Given JU GroupBiology
to Ltjg) and Mrs. William Step- one is application of these Safety

hens; Karl Sylvan, to Joseph Center rules and precepts: and nursing students,

Hochstrasser, ETC, and Mrs. Knowledge of one's own job, plus several faculty members of
Hochstrasser, and Lawrence Jacksonville University were

Keith, to Lawrence Moody, AQ- Protestant Evening treated to a special presentationin
F3, and Mrs. Mody.December aviation.. physiology and air-

Service Is PopularA borne equipment by two Navy

7 Named Sunday evening service at! officers Monday.

Civil Defense All Saints' Protestant Chapelhas $ I Lt. Martin Passaglia, officer-in- '\

Day been in effect for three charge of the Aviation Physiology -

December 7, a date symbolizing weeks. The 30-minute worship : Branch of the NAS Jax

the need for preparedness, ,service follows the Youth Group Medical Department, presenteda

has again been designated Na- meeting. series of lectures to some 80
Meetings were held in the $jM
tional Civil Defense Day. students, touching
Small Chapel at first, but, due to upon the
Those charged with responsi- jumping attendance, they're now science and aspects of high alti-

bility to help build home defenses being conducted in the large tude physiology.

on the Federal, State and local chapel. "HOME, J NESI" Exclaims Marlene Rouse as'she asks Lt. Col. Patrick Harrison, skip-
levels must, do everything Enrollment last Sunday is reported for a ride in lawnmower-sized automobile driven by Joey Tay. per of the Marine Air Reserve
possible to make this day mean- to be 88. The service is lor. The two youngsters were among I host of persons fascinated -
Tehicle. It caused raised brow when it Detachment at NARTU
the a
by tiny many demon-
ingful and productive, states Leo held Sundays at 1930. Thanks-
appeared, as proud. the huge and colorful floats, in Veterans
strated
A. Hoegh, Director of Civil De- giving Day service will be' heldat Day parades in Jacksonville d BunnelL Earl Goldie,PN1 of effectiveness, of flight
fense. 1000. NARTU Jax drove the car in'the parade airborne paraphernalia.


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19 November 1959 JAX AIR NEWS




Station's Activity ScoutUnits' E&p; __1 I R D field Institute To



On IncreaseExplorer r', 117 ihdict' c Issue Diplomas To 32


Post 131, sponsored by
the Naval Air Station, has been 'ra 0i Thirty-two line management officials from 20 activitiesare

keeping active recently with sev- t3 a'cuus slated to receive certificates Friday upon completion ofa

eral events already held or i in week-long Industrial Relations Field Institute for Naval

planning stages for the fall sea- activities of the Sixth Naval District conducted aboard tho

son. .{ :: flrkAditist! s Station. Capt. James R. Reedy, com-

Along with Post 11, Explorersof F manding officer of the Station,

the Station's unit took a three- $ ,' 2 will present the parchments in

hour excursion on an R5D. They ceremonies at 1530 at the Over-

also spend the past weekend on haul and Repair auditorium,

an overnight canoe trip on the i scene of the institute.

St. Johns River, camping out at OBJECTIVE of the institute is

Boy Scout Camp Echockotee. :'. .{:.....':.' ':--li. .'":'..:.....:.' *.. *,: a to create, through all levels of

Annual installation of officers management, a mutual under-

of Post 131 is scheduled for Nov. ; / standing of the broad, basic phil-

20 at 1900 at the CPO Club. The : osophy which i underlies the
;
following will be installed: James / ; : Navy's Industrial Relations pro

Reedy, president; Jim Magee, ) : fhdti l ( : gram.
vice-president .) : .;:j: ;; i ;: "" :.: ..
; and Ed Robie, W- Basic program presented.this
INDUSTRIAL : NS''tIND tST DING'Trthe ;
Quartermaster. In '
addition
two week the Office
was developed by
main topics covered during the opening Monday of the
representatives to the Cabinet five-day Industrial Relations Field' Institute for Naval Activities of Industrial Relations. The
will be installed. 'of the Sixth Naval District were presented by Comdr. Richard Bureau of Aeronautics is the

There are vacancies for any Bergen, (top) Office of Industrial Relations, Washington) host bureau and activities of the
14 and Hammond Smith (rght Director, Fifth U.S. Civil Service
boys years of age. Interested Sixth Naval District are coope-
Region. Comdr. Bergen discussed organisation of Navy civilian
persons should contact Explorer personnel administration, while Smith spoke on the Civil r.. rating by furnishing well qualified
Advisor Wilson at SP 1-2100 or Service Commission and trends affecting civilian employees.The personnel specialists to assist -

visit a meeting of the Post first institute concludes Friday. .. .:...<..'. .. in presenting various topics.

Thursday of every month in .y..y > ..,. ..L". :IBigger Institute Administrator Is Leo-

, Building 802. Naval Power Deemed :. .' ..=,. : nard Eubanks, NAS Jax Indus-
r trial Relations Officer.

Troop 131 held its first troop- Important For Future Better MONDAY'S agenda was devoted -

level Court of Honor November to sUch topics as Organization -

4. Three Scouts received merit Describing today's Navy as mobile, versatile and flexible, For Naval Civilian Person-

badges while Scoutmaster Will- Admiral Arleigh Burke, Chief of Naval Operations, says that, Hobby ShopReopens nel Administration, presented by:

iam Hornsby invested five boys "Naval power is_ important today, but it is even more important Comdr. Richard Bergen, Officeof

with Tenderfoot rank. for the future." Industrial Relations, Washington -
'
what he does, continued Admiral Here
The Troop is planning to par- Speaking to the Council of the Burke. ; Civil Service Commissionand
Navy League and Chamber of Trends Affecting Civilian
take of festivities at the annual The Mainside Hobby Shop,. a
Ross Allen Camp at Silver Commerce at New Orleans, Ad- Turning to disarmament as popular place for doityourselffans Employees, by Hammond Smith,

Springs, Nov. 27-29. 'miral Burke said "Naval power one of today's most important and Just plain putterers for Regional Director, Fifth CiviJ
has proved to be a powerful, : problems, he said, he American Service Region; and the Navy,
should has been
Boys recently
wear uniform for many years,
indispensable influence, for people, as much as they Leadership Program.
the trip and should take along reopened following extensive re-
I camping equipment such as both establishing tranquility want peace, as ,desirous as some novations. Guest speaker for the opening:
mess where turmoil} exited, and in may .be- JJo\' Deduce armaments, U. S. Charles E.
kit day was Rep.
sleeping the'
bag, ground' cloth the' international know that\ our disarmament; Back1at' lame old stand
J fulfilling com- Bennett. Chairmaning the first
and toilet articles. I in Building 896, the newly remodeled -
that
mitments of the United States. without indisputable, proof. day's program was E. O. Umstot
District Court of Honor is and enlarged Hobby
the Soviets too are disarming,
THE NAVY'S top military leader assistant training superintendentof
1 slated for has added several lines to
tonight (Thursday) pointed out that the missile is one of the most dangerous Shop the NAS Industrial Relation
at Church of the Good Shepherdat things we in the United States the craft items it has for sale.
age has affected the Navy as it Department.Such .
1930. A Court of Honor is could do."Disarmament. Topmost among new items is
has other services. "It has made
also planned for December. topics as position classi-
mosaic tile ideal for
uses.
many
the Navy's overall value greater, must have a fication, basic concepts of posit:

Pack 131 is scheduled to hold more vital to the security of the fool-proof system," he continued, instructions It comes in a for kit complete installing with it ion classification reduction in

United States than ever before. "one that positively guaranteesthat work classification' of
its paper ,
regular monthly meeting tomorrow wherever wish.
you may
"Missiles affect all military all parties concurrently, technical and engineering posi-
(Friday) at 1900 in the
Table bathroom and
Scout Hall. power, particularly everythingwith equitably and fairly. tops, patio tions, wage administration in the

a fixed address (everything floors, checkerboards, kitchen Navy and problems of rating
that doesn't about. floors and many other placescan
move ) determination were presented.
TIDE TABLE be beautified by use of this
That is why the Navy's Fleet David Caulkins, personnel

Ballistic System Polaris will be HIGH LOW new tile.Another. manager, Prudential InsuranceCo.

so valuable. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. handicraft item on ., Jacksonville South Central
"THIS accurate, solid propellant 'sale at the Hobby Shop is ceramics -
Tides Atlantic Beach: Office, who discussed Salary and
missile will be at in supplies for the do-it-
sea
Fri. 10:50: 11:11: 4:18: 5:00: 'I Wage Administration in Private
submarines, moving, hidden, yourself "sport" fast increasingin
"
Industry principal speaker.
Sat. 11:32: 11:58: 5:04: 5:46: was
ready always to retaliate, to hit popularity.And .
Jbhn Burton Chief Area
Wage
The semi-annual General Assembly Sun. 12:19: 5:56: 6:38:
meeting for election of back at any aggressor, no matter with the _hike in popu- and Classification Office. lax
larity for ceramics aboard the
was chairman.
CPO Mess Officer's has been
Station, people have indi-
scheduled for December 2 at many CHAIRMAN for Wednesday's
cated making little trinkets out
agenda was John Olson, Sixth
of the for Christmas
1130.A plaster
change in By-Laws will also r gifts. In fact, not a few peons ND Civilian Personnel Director.

come up for vote at this meet- I are pouring "mud" for Christmas. Recruitment, government em-
ing. Regular luncheon will be ployment policy, merit promotion -
Other new services of the renovated -
policy, employee develop-
served, at a cost of one dollar. /
Hobby Shop are new ment and the new training act
Club steak is to be on the menu. $ '
hand tools for automotive me- as it applies to the Navy were
Next VIP Luncheon is set for chanics and wood workers, increased discussed.

Wednesday, Dec. 9. Congressman
counter space and an enlargement Today's program, handled by
Charles E. Bennett has been lin-
of the salesroom. An Mike Cascone, Employee Relations -
ed up as guest speaker.
auto paint shop is expected to Superintendent, IRD Jax,
Heartiest congratulations to be into will cover the field of employee
put use soon.
new chief's who were initiated services, including accident pre-

Monday. They are: R. W .Hager, There is also a variety of vention, injury compensation/

AECA; J. E. Rabourn, AECA; R. painting supplies, both for "ar medical treatment, incentive a-

L. McMullen, AECA, and J. V. tis .type" people and for thoseof wards, retirement, and the Navy's
Champion, PNCA, all of NATT-
labor relations policy. Leonard
us who just fill in numbers.
Center. Lopez, International Associationof

Also, F. McNeal, AKCA, of Mechanics, will present Union

VU-10; E. E. Perry, MRCA, NAS R .. Coast Guardsman Views at 1450.

Jax; ILL. Reo, AMCA, NAS Jax; yy Takes AE HonorsThe Areas of discipline, grievances,
M. Jlovel, ATCA, VA-44; T. J, and reduction in force will be

Bankston, ICCA, NAS Jax; H. S. : 4L'_ Coast Guard took top studied Friday with E. O. Levri-
Truman ATCA VA-44 M. honors last week at Aviation
I. ,
; .. K '" ;- ;;' ett, Industrial Relations Officer,
Snyder, AMCA, VA-44;. M. Ste- TILE CAN MAKE MANY THINGS Mosaic tile, adorned Electrician's Mate School at NAS Cecil Field as chairman.

rewchak, AECA; N.C. Scitt, AE- with many gay colors, is now available at the Mainside Hobby' NATTCenter.

CA, and R. N. Sayles, AECA, all Shop in Building 896. The the is one of several additions to Theodore Johnson, ADS, of Secretary of Defense has announced
of NATTCenter K. ,B. Fairchild service of the newly-renovated shop. A modernistic ash tray* Kirkwood
; Mo., was honormanat
plans for 11th annual
made cf mosaic tile is held by S/Sgt. Richard Whitehorst, (left)
ACCA, and E. D. Breland, both the Class A school's graduation observance of Armed Forces
of the 679th Air Force. Selling Sgt Whitehorsl a tile kit is Day
of NAS Jax. Chuck Phillips. November 13. May 21, 1960.:



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6 SAX AIR NEWS 19 November 1959


Qualified EMs Can ChangeTo a wavwearesMLI Scouting ,.



Less Crowded RatingsChanges I VP-16

16 is contin-
in rating to less crowded fields are now pos Patrol Squadron
sible for enlisted uing full-scale flight operations
qualified personnel who satisfy certain
of the
after completion post-
requirements.When .
applying for a change to mended by his commanding officer deployment leave period.

a less crowded rating, there must receive BuPers authorityto VP-16 flight crews are con-
be an allowance within the ap- compete in a servicewide examination ducting daily training flights for

plicant's present duty station for and satisfactorily squadron crew qualifications and
the requested rating. complete an exam. the qualified crews are participating -

OTHER requirements are that Personnel recommended for in annual "Competitive

the applicant must be a volunteer change to a new rating will be Exercises" for patrol units.

complete required training authorized to take an exam for Ltjgs( ) Bryan Barton, Steve

courses, practical factors and the new rating during regular Sloane and Don Myers haye been

performance tests, be recqm- servicewide examinations in Feb designated PP2Ps.VP16's .
ruary and August of each year.
contribution to the
THESE PERSONS will not be
Civilian United Fund Drive totaled over
Job .
allowed to take exams for an ad
100 percent. -This is the third
vance in pay grade in their
straight for the squadronto
year
OpportunitiesAnnounced .
present rating or in the new
reach this goal.
rating for which they have been
recommended. Leaving the outfit this week

Naval Reservists on active duty were Lt. John McClellan and

Industrial Relations Depart- may be recommended for a MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER One of the few men in the Ltjgs( ) William Elwell and Jer-
ment has listed several an- change in rating in the same nation to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor during ry Holmes. ,All three are return-
nouncements of examinationsopen manner prescribed for regulars. peacetime, William Badders (left) looks over cruise book of old ing to civilian life after a three-
for job opportunities, aboard BuPers Instruction USS Squalus with, James Mauldin, civilian employee at Machine tour'with VP16.Lt .
1440.5C of
the Station and' at other Naval Records Division of, NAS Jax Supply Dept A Salvage Master year
activities in this area. Oct. 27, 1959, lists full details. and Master Diver in the Canal Zone, Badders was decorated for (j'g) Jerry Mackay has received -
The Instruction also announces rescuing 18'of 33 survivors of submarine Squalus when she was orders for duty at NAS
Among exams open are: Tab- requirements for foreign nat- sunk near Portsmouth, NH in May 1939. '
ulating Equipment Operator, at South Weymouth, Mass for late
ionals who '
wish to apply for this month. C. B. "Steve" Ste-
$3,495 annually; Engineer GS-5
through GS-13, from 4,490, to changes classified in rates matter.requiring accessto Medal Winner Recalls vens, AK3, member of VP16's"Skipjacks"

$10,130 per annum; Metalsmith diving club and with

(Aviation), at $2.47 per hour; Rescue Sub CrewOne Supply for three years, is also
Aircraft Metal' Fabricator, $2.17 NATTC Party To Honor Of being discharged' from active

hourly; Instrument Maker, $2.52, November Birthday Dates duty this week.Congratulations.
and of the few men ever to be awarded the Congres-
Aircraft Instrument Mechanic NATTCenter has scheduled sional Medal of Honor, the nation's highest award, during are In order
Also(Electronics) at $2.52 hourly, monthly birthday party a"hd peacetime, was brief visitor at the Naval Air Station this for two squadron men promotedthis
Leadingman Roofer at dance Tuesday, Nov. 24, at the weeK. week. Comdr. L. T Barco,
$5,990.40 per year; Welder $2.47 Enlisted Men's Lounge, Building William Badders, a retired Navy bers were alive in the compart- VP-16 commanding officer, presented

hourly; Ward Attendant, $1.58 593, from 2000 to! 2200. chief petty officer, and presently ment. W. C. Shew with his hatas

hourly; Aircraft Mechanic (Mo- Anyone with a birthday this Salvage Master and Master Diver This I was accomplished by warrant officer while M. E.
tor) at $2.47; Electrician (Line- month should sign up soon for in the Panama Canal Zone, building up pressure in the Hovell advanced to the rate of

man) at $2.47 hourly; Sandblaster the event. Music will be furnished stopped off here Monday as the chamber equivalent to outsidesea chief petty officer. .
at $2.07 per hour; Heating by Melody Mai I and his
guest of Jim Mauldin, employeeof pressure. Chamber was boltedto
Equipment and Paver Mechanic, at $2.37, Country Squires. the NAS Supply Department the sub to hold it in position, New Cub Unit Seeks Boys
at $2.17 hourly.
and aretired Navy chief. due to extremely high .
Plans have been announced ,, pressure.If Boys are needed to help fill
Dafjynlshuns Pillow
: head- been
'not done
this had says
for a new exam for Stenogra- IT WAS IN 1940 that Badderswas the ranks of new Cub Scout
quarters.C : Badders, the chamber would have
pher and Typist during early # decorated for rescuing 18 been flooded-sure death to him Pack 301, forming in the Cedar
of 33 survivors from the sunken
December to cancel and super- One jellyfish to another, "I'm and his assistant.' Hills-Oak Hills area.
sede existing registers of submarine Squalus. As Master
eligi- grape flavor, what are '1/001-'
bles for such positions. ,* Diver, he was in charge of operating The hatch successfully opened, Any ;youngsters eight through
the Navy's first rescue it was learned that the Squalus' 10 of
years age are eligible. For
_.m__......_..._
chamber at a depth never before aft compartment was completely further information, contact Roy
ya' '' r..... reached'in salvage and rescue flooded-there were no,survivors.
< Culver, Cubmaster, at SP-1-1136,
operations. At this time, rescue attempts after 1800.j

When the submarine sunk in ceased, and salvage operationswere

May of 1939 near Portsmouth, begun. Daffynlshuns: Colt 45 mid-

NH, due to mechanical failure, ALTHOUGH 33 crew memberswere die-aged horse.

: Badders was called to the scene. rescued, 26 men were lost.

f : The rescue chamber was first All, says Badders, were, drowned
Initiated in 1930 after completionof immediately due to flooding of +II r rS

salvage of the USS-54 which aft part of the boat.
Sri _
_
7 ,; kX ___
S was rammed and sunk, losing all Squalus was in drydock on

hands on board. Sept. 5, less than four months

aK THE LARGE pearshapedsteel after she was sunk. Later recom-

construction of ten tons was missioned the SS Sailfish, she

operated by Badders on the went to the Pacific, where she

Squalus. A cable wound on an was credited with sinking over

air motor-driven reel pulled the 100 thousand tons of Japanese {S ? t
chamber down to desired posi- shipping, Badders points out.

tion over hatch of the sub. He was to be originally as-

Sealed by sea pressure over signed as number one diver in
ro the hatch chamber's lower' hatch the Panama Canal zone while
was opened. When the sub hatch still on active duty, but the De-

was opened, the trapped men entered partment of the Army, which
__on_ .......n.. _,_,_" 'm_ mm. .n nmm "mn'__'_' __. the chamber. Procedurewas then controlled affairs of the
PROUD OF HIS IDEA Edward West, an employee of NAS then reversed, closing sub Canal, had Badders placed on
Jax Overhaul and Repair Department, works at his painting .
inactive with civilian
hatch first, then lower hatch of duty statusin
Job in pecially-designed area for work of this type. Painters
at O&R were faced with the problem of collection of fumes and the rescue chamber. By unwind order to assure his retention. c$ ,
overipray. The work was done in a box.shaped building with ing cable from the reel, the THE 30-YEAR veteran Navy-
high ceilings. West solved the dilemma by suggesting shapingthe chamber was hoisted to the sur- the
work area in shape of a funnel and lowering the ceiling. His face where survivors man possesses distinguishedNavy
were removed -
idea is now before the Beneficial Suggestions Award committee. Cross for salvage work in
to a waiting, rescue ship. 1925 and 1926 on the "USS S-51.

Supply Praised For EffectivenessMilitary Badders made two trips, carrying He also has been awarded the } } 4
a total of 18 survivors to Navy-Marine Corps Medal for :

and civilian personnel safety. Although designed to car- rescue work on the S-4 back in
of NAS Jax Supply Depart- veal an "A" cognizance gross ry only seven passengers and 1928, besides numerous campaign 7k } Sd r R '3X

ment have earned plaudits from material 88.1 availability average of two operators, he deliberately medals. He is a veteran of WWI L *ti I\ 't I
for the past fiscal
percent
the Aviation Supply Office for overloaded the chamber by two and WWII.

commendable supply support. year. men. Nine were carried :>n each At the Canal Zone, where he [; #
The Station's Supply Depart- trip, to prevent necessity of mak- I
Of 62 stocking activities for is Salvage Master and Master :}+$Yf +
ment sustained a high rate of whom Aviation Supply Office ing an'extra trip.. y 9 of i'ce ayxr. r
Diver, he is in charge 'of a, civil-
support effectiveness in Naval maintains records on supply THEN BADDERS insisted on I

Aeronautical Material during I support effectiveness, NAS Jax making a final trip to the ,aft ian diving school staffed by some DON'T BE SHY Provocative -
fiscal year 1959, according to was one of 12 primary and sec- torpedo room to determine if 15 qualified divers. He is also Brigitte Bardot strikes a

official reports. ondary stock points who met or that part had: been flooded and authorized to train and requalify tantalising pose for the camera

)1' ASO Field Officers figures re- exceeded a goal of 85 percent. to determine if any crew mem- Navy divers. dance as she with sings mo"Page "Do" you want to;


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19 NoTomber 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Pa

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[cCaffrey In Another Fight Card Set


terim RoleIthFlierClub SPORS1LA


I For King Hall Tonight



After getting a late start on I Another stellar attraction has been brewed for local

[the practice season, the .1959 i boxing fans with the second smoker of the season slated for

[60 Jax Navy basketball Fliersare tonight at 1930 at King Hall. be Clarence Anderson of'
lanky
A twelve bout card will be
[ beginning to take shape. featured with a double main NAS Jax against Robert Gaffneyof

Like the team, the schedule, event placing James Montgom- Wilder in a 143-pound.ligh :

(too, is beginning to ,form a ery of NAS Jax against Joe Mur- In the 140-pound Open class
will be Henry Strother of NAS
chison of the Wilder Athletic
definite pattern with confirmed
against Milton Harrell of Wilder.In .
:
Club in a 135-pound Open con-
matches coming in from both the second special event of
test.
service and non-service teams in the evening, enneth Kitchen of
IN THE FINAL event of the
I NAS will clash with Nat Wrightof
the Southeast.Bob .
evening, classy Myron Pat Brady
Wilder.A .
Jester, who started out as uir will battle with Kenneth Wilsonof
has
145-POUND Novice bout
[ Fliers mentor, is now in Nor- 4 Wilder in a 130-pound Open I been set for Ron Davis of NAS
bout, pitting the two outstanding
[ folk. The squad is without a .. Jax and Timothry Ford of Wilder. -
boxers of the last smoker into a
s Both boys have little in experience -
coach
regular but Frank Mac- headon collision in the square
Caffrey, Mainside Athletic Di- circle.A but a lot of power to

rector and former Flier head special match will feature burn.
In the semi-final bout
top ,
man, is handling the chores untila Cyclone Ingenito of VA-44. The Charles Henneha of NATTCenter -
two will meet in a 170-pound
permanent man can be obtained. will engage Andrew McNeilof
contest. Fans who saw the last
Wilder. Henneha, a sharp
bushel
smoker received a of action -
punching lefty with a lot of
Interested personnel with a as these two lads clashed.
desire In first bout of the Al sting, should provide an exciting
to be with a high calibre, evening,
smooth running team and who ._..v.-,....____,_.,,_.. Lester and John Lockard of three rounds of action for fans.
In bottom half of the semis,
possess the talent to become a HORNET SPIKE CHAMPIONS Attack Squadron 44's volleyball NATTCenter will tangle in a
team is new champion of the Mainside League. The Kid Rodgers of NAS Jax will
part of the organization are urg- 170-pound contest, while Jack
Hornet spikers advanced to the All-Station championships onlyto trade leather with Jo n Thomasof
ed to try out for the squad. Nally of VA-44 will be pitted
fall before NATTCenter'i Aviation Electrician's Mate School. Wilder as the two 150pounders -
John DeFiore of
Practice sessions are held dailyat The Sparkles, a perennial powerhouse, had to work hard to against NATT- will display their ,talents.
win, however, defeating VA-44, 15-11, 15.13, 10.15, 13.15 and Center, both 165-pounds.
Mainside gym, Building Three, 1412. From VA-44 are, left to right, Ed McKeller, Ray Creswell, SEVERAL other heavy men ON HAND for the smoker will
at 1600. Persons interested in the Joseph Blncxok, Herold Foster, Ben Rotter and Garry Buckly. will i meet, with I Don Cald- be the Jax Navy band. An unusual -

coaching position should contact well of NATTCenter and Dean feature is being planned

Comdr. Charles M.Thomas, Spec- VW-4 679th Orcutt of O&R squaring off for with free smokes being provided

ial Services Officer, at extension Drops their 175-pound meeting.In spectators, along with ash trays.

593. the special event class will Officials for the smoker will be

chief petty officers aboard the,
For MAS Grid! CrownVirtually
Hornets HuntersSet EM Wives League Paced Station.
evening ,
Promoter for the is
untested becauseof Yellow Belles Club
Hot Cage Pace termined Cane Hunter band, tookto By the Special Service Department!
VA-44 joined defending inactivity during the busy the air with about 10 minutes The Yellow Belles continuedto under the direction of Comdr.

champion VW-4 in getting hurricane-chasing season, VW- showing on the clock. VW-4 put dominate keg action in the Charles M. Thomas, NAS' Jax

away jto a good start in, the 4's touch football team, with up a sufficient anti-aircraft de- Enlisted Men's Wives Bowling Special Services Officer.

Mainside Basketball League as only one win in a lone outing, fense to stop this threat,. also. League, after ,. eight weeks of
finished 'the last two weeksof play.
action got underway Monday.The the Mainside season by It was the first loss in Main- The Belles have a 19-5 slate

Hornets are dubbed by carving out three more wins, side football competition for the while second place Tan TIgers
many sources as being one of TheWATER
Air Force in almost two
the top challengers for the then moved on to conquer the seasonsof have a 15-9 record.
play. .
Cane Hunters title. They began 679th Air Force, 6-0. Among the top achievementsthat

this year's campaign witha THE WIN over the latter hand- VW-4 is slated to meet Marine cropped up last week was LINE

51-31 win over FAETU. ed the Cane Hunters the Main- Aviation Detachment for the All- the Belles first blanking of the

Meanwhile, the Cane Hun- side title. The Air Force was defending Station title today at 1615 at the year as the White Owls, on a With. winds in excess of 20

ters, paced by Ernie Stewart's champion., Stadium. The Marines won the Cinderella climb from the cellarto knots and a two-to-three spot "

NATTCenter championship last third spot, handed the leadersa the St. Johns only the
11 markers, downed a shaky In the Mainside "glitter game," chop on ,
Communications five, 46-21 both clubs threw all they had week. whitewashing.Betty hardier of sailing skippers and

Fourteen teams are in the defense-wise into battle. Neither Jones of the Tan Tigers crews in this. area turned out for

league. They are:' VW-4, VA- club was able to penetrate closeto "Why is a lollipop like a rolled a 177 game and 442 series. two of the most interesting and

44, Communications, FAETU, pay-off territory except for horse?" Jean Carter came up with a 174 exciting heats in the 591) Seriesof : : .

Operations, Administration,Infirmary one sudden "VW-4 splurge soon 'Because the faster you lickit game and the Pinkies team mem- the Greater Jacksonville. Sailing "'
VAP-62 the faster it ber carved out 459 series. Competition Sunday at the
VP-5, Hospital after the start of second-half goes. a
._ __ .._ h ._ u ,
Marine "Devil Dogs", play. r Florida Yacht: Club.

VP-16, Aircraft Maintenance, I Navy Jax Club's new No. 771
I AIR FORCE, ,stopped on the : .f :%.if;;$:o"y'y;'
II
and the 679th Air Force. :k zh "Epsilon" won the first heat .by
I ground by a now doggedly de- : ,: !,1i a large margin. Porter Woottcn

)'a: of Special Services and Lcdr.

There's Little DifferenceIn Jack Ott skippered the' boat.

Rhodes Bantam 571 of NJSC,
.
Grid"Picks This Week"After 4::friar tf'V.; { skippered by Lcdr. Anderson,

> :l.. N! } placed second when current titleholder -

many weeks of bad picking, you'd think we could at ': John'Mason of the Rudder.
;
least maybe upset the upsetters once in awhile," the Jax Air ; Club was disqualified.The .
fNs '
News_ gridiron picking corps moaned Monday morning.Our ; Navy whaleboat "Ichi

Bon" was second in Cruiser Class
trio did lousy, as usual, hitting an average of .483. Overall b a
.J. xfdf.Y in
action while third place Open
average for the season fell a few more points and now sits at .646.
competition was snared by Rus-

Trying to top the "experts" this week is Barney Price, YNC, sell Benedict of NJSC.
of NAS Jax Administration. Bill Clements steered "Ichi

Bon" to another win in the sec
Games are: Princeton-Dartmouth; Harvard-Yale; PurdueIndiana ond heat of the Cruiser Class.

; Notre Dame-Iowa; Missouri-Kansas;; Northwestern-Illinois;; Lcdr. Anderson, in No. 571, stood

FSU-Fla.; Wake Forest-Clemson; Baylor-SMU; Rice-TCU; New second in last heat of the Bantam -

Mexico-AF; UCLA-Southern Cal; Wash. St.-Wash.; Tenn.-Ky.. and Class with Wooten third in

Sleeper of Week, Fla. A&M-So thern. No. 771.

f".r fI Last raco of this series for the
DAVIS ROBBIE O'BRIEN PRICE
Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth DartmouthYale coveted Chamber of Commerce

Yale' Yale' Yale Trophy, known as The Greater
Purdue Purdue Indiana Indiana Jacksonville Sailing Championship -

Iowa t Iowa Iowa Iowa is scheduled to be held
MissouriN'rthw' Kansas MissouriN'rfhw'sfern MissouriN'rtSw'stern I'L.
trn Illinois Sunday at the Navy Jax Sailing
FloridaClemson Florida Florida Florida Club on Mulberry Cove.
Clemion Clemson Clemson MAKES NEEDED YARDAGE Airborne Early Warning
SMU SMU Baylor Baylor' Squadron Four tangled with the 679th Air Force in the Main-
TCU TCU TCU TCU tide touch football championship game last week at the Sta Rat Nitschke, former full backat
Air ForceSouthern Air ForceSouthern Air ForceSouthern Air ForceSouthern dium. The Cane Hunters upended the defending champion Air- Illinois where hd gained All-
Cal Cal Cal Cal men, 6.0, and now face the NATTCenter titlist for the All-Sta Big Ten honors, is currently run
WashingtonTennessee WashingtonTennessee WashingtonTennessee WashingtonTennessee tion crown. Terry Zacowikl, (left) of VW-4, picks up necessary the basic ,Ft
ning rigors of at
yardage for a first down while James Ring, 679th defender,
Fla. A&M Fla. AIM Fla. A&M Fla. A&M puts tag on him. Leonard Wood Mo.




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Dependent Early Return Cong. BennettHeaps Praise




To States' ClarifiedDefense On Civilians

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Department has clarified conditions under which and repair of missiles as to war-

dependents and their household goods can be-returned from rant such' a facility here he add-

overseas in advance of rotation of the sponsor.. ed. '
Changes:In Joint Travel Regu- HE EXPLAINED that a bridge

lations just out make it possiblefor pendents to reside, _, a across the St. Johns River that

any member of the military EMOTIONAL or serious ad- would link the three major Naval

service to request advance returnof verse effects of weather, climateor installations in the area will not

his kin to an "appropriate des living conditions when local be considered until the Navy

tination" in the United States. medical authorities advise against asks for the money.As .
permitting kin to remain
FORMERLY, Defense said, far as could be determined,
such advanced transportation was When death, serious illness or he pointed out, the Navy has

limited to travel from overseasto incapacitation of a dependent, P '< 3'' no intention of asking for money

the U.S. port of etitry. such as wife! who normally takes Pa for such a project since it does

Officials explained that dependents care of other dependents such as not wish to spend its defense

normally return only when children, requires the repatriation i k at money for bridge or road build-

the sponsor rotates to the U. S. of dependents to insure proper -
ing.In
after completion of an overseas care. I answer to the possibility of

tour. Cases in which the international legislation to appropriate money

"However, Defense continued, political situation causes con- TEEN-AGE FELLOWSHIP OFFICERS New officers of for anticipated wage increasesto

"it is recognized that early returns cern to the individuals concerned NAS Jax Teen.Age Fellowship of All Saints Chapel were re- prevent tapping of already,
cently elected. Left to right are, Chaplain Ernest Reagan, advisor
may. be warranted under for future safety of their de- ; Linda Becker; treasurer Martha Davis, president Dick limited Station funds and to pre-
one of the conditions set forth in pendents, and Foss, worship chairman Pamela Fraser secretary Carol Gris- vent loss of jobs as a resultof

the new regulation." LACK OF appropriate educational torn, vice president, and Mrs. Ernest Reagan, advisor. Composedof these wage increases, the Con-
TYPES OF cases which may or housing facilities for de- :young people between 12 and 14 years of age, the fellowship gressman reported that such leg-
meets Sundays at 1830 In the Sunday School building of All
be allowed early transpor- pendents due to conditions aris- Saints ChapeL islation was not possible. It just

tation to the States, when sup- ing after dependents were per- cannot be written up in such

ported by the proper certificates mitted to enter the area. AnnualChristmas form to be accomplished in leg-
Post Gives
ares DOD cautions that memberswho Office islative fashion, he explained.

Serious illness or injury of de- take advantage of early return WHEN QUERIED as to the

pendent requiring specialized provisions of the regulation Mailing TipsThings chance of a Nike missile instal-

medical or surgical treatment, I cannot expect to have their de- lation in Jacksonville, Bennett remarked -
Transfer of the sponsor from pendents rejoin them during the have a way of popping up almost unnoticed and that no such possibility
present overseas station to a Christmas,""tiespite its tinsel and lights reminder, is really
tour in exists at the and he
same overseas except moment
station medical __ ._..___u..._ I
where or living most unusual circumstances.In uu-cAi.epi.iun.; all mail is properly stamped. sees no need for one here. He
conditions are such that it wouldbe A mere five weeks remain be-
I of forcesin
pointed to the ability
no case will return overseasbe 4. Christmas cards, if sent
medically inadvisable for deI fore the Christian world
approved unless the sponsoris pausesto first class, will be returned to this area to deliver a tremen-
s above E-4 with more than four commemorate the birth of you if not deliverable to the ad- dous aggressive blow if needed.As .

years service and has more than the Christ Child. But persons dressee. to the chances of any im-

I I 200 CLUB \ one year to serve on his current should cards and be pausing packages now to to friends mail I 5. Insure all parcels and register mediate improvement in the retirement -

overseas lour.FIGURES. first class valuables. program for Civil Ser-
ComFalr Jax "A", with tin and relatives overseas. any
vice employees, the visiting solon -
qualifiers, paced entries in the THE POST Office has issuedits 6. USE LABELS marked for declared that such action
200 Club last week while NAR- SHOW "Local" and "Out Of Town",
annual reminders for personsto would not seem feasible in the
TU keglers saw"\hree'men enter followvto obtain fast and-cafe Separate and tie all letters' Into face of',pas afi STRENGTH DIP bundles using the 1 be1s:
,
the coveted Club. postal service. proper for Health Insurance.
ComFalr's Yokum piled up four Washington (AFPS) Nu- They are "Face" mall so that stamps showin
eotber.I With all this talk about air-
Upper right
200-plus games to get a gilt-edg merical strength of the Armed 1. For overseas destinations,
craft piloted by men needed less
ed card of admittance. He recorded Forces took a slight dip in get all parcels mailed immediately. I 7. Put Christmas mail in receptacles and less what about the
pre-
score of 203, 205, 201 and, September, according to De- Letters and cards should go I provided for that pur- diction made that
by some piloted -
.25. Teammates Hall, with 205 partment of Defense figures. by December 1. pose at all Post Offices.
craft will disappear in fiveor
and 203 Rader, with a 214 Walker -
; ; Total strength at the end of
2. Mail local and interstate Due to carelessness in packing, ten years? To this Bennett
201, and Wade, 200, also ne- the month stood at 2,494,999,
tered the mail early. This goes for both wrapping, addressing and stamp- offered that certainly the trend
; group. decrease of from
or a 4,877 and cards. thousands of cards letters, missiles and
packages ing, was to rockets and
NAimTs Clay ((220); Hughes
Clark 232 August. 3. PREPARE the mail cor- parcels and loose articles will that there might be a severe attrition -
(202)), and entered Audited strength of the
the Club along with Supply MO"s rectly.: Be sure address of des- end, up in the dead letter department of piloted aircraft, but he
Army was 867,437 the Navy,
;
during the holiday sea- did not believe there would be
tination well as return
Thomas, with 204, and Sutherland 620,940; the Air Force, 833,167; as your
t 215 and 200. address, are accurate. Use' zone complete elimination: of aircraft.
and the Marine Corps, 173,455. son.Avoid
Others to enter the Club lastweek numbers when known. See that this happening to your THERE ARE a lot of "ifs" andbuts'
.. u.Ht. .. .
were: Fowler ((202, 235 and u mail Send:: u out; early, and wuncare. to De considered, out as

200)) and Evanoff (212, 205)) both .'.1/: ; <;:;;.:::{;{Tx ;;'r';' >>: of now we need men and aircraft -

of Operations; Anderson ((212)) : I both, he added.

and Boydston (202)) of Disburs- Navy Awards Contract: What about possibility of including -

ing; Byrd (201) and Browning, Social Security in the
For F8U-2N EnginesA
(237 210) both of O & R, and benefits for Civil Service employees -
Supply "A" with Smith (201), .\ $27,300,000 contract has b en Not much chance now, stat-
and Huffman, (206), a, $ ''+ awarded to Pratt and Whitney ed Bennett. However, he commen-
Division of United Aircraft Corp.,
Others were: McLaughlin, M- ted, if employees as a group ask
ARTD, 204; Tharp, Infirmary, East Hartford, Conn., for addit- hard enough, who knows but

212; Davison VW-4 "C", 203; : ional production of advanced J- that such a ,move could be con-
Collins, Aircraft Maintenance, : : 57 nounced.,engines, the Navy' has an- sidered.

215; Mahonski, VP-5, 232 and .f''" N_...'...,......, ...,..."""'.'''.''i" ,.: The Congressman also reported -
212; Morrison, Galley One, 204; : Engines procured under this that the Secretary of the Na-

Brooks, VA-44, 223; Boliinger, contract will power the Navy'sF8U2N vy has requested funds to con-

VW-4 "A", 230; Peterson, FAETU "v Crusader aircraft. struct a new Naval Hospitalhere.

219; ,Dykes, X-3, 208; Lari- The F8U-2N is a carrierbased He did not elaborate on
mer Administration{ 224; Martz, limited all-weather jet figh- this. *

VW-4 "D", 217; Carion, X-3, 207, i ter. ,Basically a development of
As
to the future of NATTCenter
and Duros, VAP-62 "A", 214. the F8U-2, it features increased -
Jacksonville he stated
STUDENT TOOL The Navy's newell Jet trainer, the T2J capability for detecting and destroying only
Only 3 Pet. Away Buckeye, touches down at NAS Pensacola. The T2J will help targets in darkness and that as far as he knew at pre-
train> students in gunnery, instrument work, formation and inclement weather.Amphibious. sent the Center was scheduled to
(Continued from Page 1)) tactical training and other operations. be fully deactivated by mid-1960.

Commander Fleet Air Jax, 94%; However, he added that he and

Industrial Manager's Office, 76.1 .- Krol Thurman Cop Four-Ball War his cohorts are fighting with
%; NAS Cecil Field, 71.8%; Na- all their might to retain the Cen-
Continued from
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val and Marine Corps Reserve Chester Krol and Charles I ter.
Center, 25.3% and Destroyers at Thurman upended Bill Davis and and Comdr and Mrs. John Ayres anywhere," the team carries its

Mayport, 24.2%. Ed Blake for the Station Four- took first place honors in low own projectors, screens and Mother: "Willie, the canary if
Ball Golf Championship in final of 691,1. sound equipment, says Lt. Col. gone."
If he can remember so many net, posting scores Parnell.
round activity last weekend at Willie: "But, Mommy) it was
jokes
With all the details that mold! the NAS Jax links. The Station Fall Cup Tourney, Foreign countries have also there just now when I tried to

In Mixed Two-Ball play, mean- an annual tourney that attractsa been included in the unit's visits. clean the cage with the vacuum

ten i can't. he recall with equals while, Bill Scarbrough teamed large field, is set for a Mon- Argentia, Nfld., Hawaii, Okin- cleaner."
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fltf'Hat with Louise!! Gingrich to capture awa,Japan,Canal Zone, England, *

r'!? many "'tiri s he's told i low gross title with a 77. day start. All interested persons France and Germany have recently Daffynbhuns: Box Lunch, -

them Capt. and Mrs. Sam Horton should sign up for activity now. .been on their roster. [ a square mealr






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