Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1960
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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Cambodian Students Given Glimpse


i Of Activity At NA Jacksonville/ 4 r

The Naval Air Station Highlight of I the group's Fellow classmate
played host last week to five appearance included visits to friend Ramon Wisher

foreign University of Florida Weather Office, Operations, Gainesville, is volunteering .
exchange students and a VW-4 RATCC and, NARTU, time to assist in ,
I University student friend. at which command 'staff the Cambodians with

,I Public relations on an International representatives g a v e the hope that they will take, u
scale was evl-i! group pertinent non-classlfled to their country a i-
denced as the unusual visitors I II ,Information.Each of good will from the American

I citizens, of, Cambodia, of the Cambodians, I people.
I a ''country located in the far whose ages range l from 19 to This I he hopes to ,
east near Siam, .received P' '43,, ,was liberal in his" appreciation through travel and I t
three hour "looksee" at NAS fdr thje, courtesies, visits such ,as the one ,to
Jax. extended ab ardthe l Sta on.! Station last week.

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VoL 17 No. 50 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 3 March

..... *._*.-.. uamt..titmvt .,
vb J1L': Marines In Put a-batch of fried chick-
he'll show you what to do with it.
the other night you don't have 'I
t WeekLongInspections pack away a heap of good.eatin'

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Tomorrow will conclude a Averts

day inspection of local
ITkI units by a team

#; T % Corps Inspector in Washington.General of the Damage

fL : Every prase of the
Marine activities will have training paid off recently
.. .:.:..,,, inspected by tomorrow, A3D of VAH-9 Was flying from

cording to Col Duane_ when it made a refueling
commanding officer of the
plane skidded several hundred
ine Barracks.
TIRE then became over-
training, supply and
heated and caught fire as
fitness are areas which were
be covered in the came Hanger to 117.a stop adjacent to

here. Results of the
were not known at press the Due to close proximity of the
aircraft to the hanger when it
........ .... Inspected were NAS Jax
-- .W-w. .w. "''-'::- N '>>!''' '' ;''''':': <<:'''>' ''>> came to a stop, alert Maintenance -
IT'S A THOROUGH INSPECTION Physical fitness is ine Barracks, including the
personnel were
only part of the annual Inspection of local Marine units currently port sub unit, Marine Air Department
able to rush to the scene end
In progress by a team representing Inspector General of serve Training Detachment
the Marine Corps. One of the first tests In the physical fitness Aviation Detachment are to extinguish the fire.
exam Is chin-up and broad jump exercises. Shown taking the 19
test Is S/Sgt. Tommy Tompkins (left) and Pfc. Larry Welker, inspected. ACCORDING to Lt. CharlesR.
while Lt. Col. Rolland Marker. Inspecting officer Capt. Robert Personnel inspection was Eckerle, Operations Duty
McPherson, Sgt. Guadalupe Saucedo Jr., and A/MSgt. Earl at 0900 Monday by Marine Officer, the quick action by Air-
Maness look on.LDOsI. racks personnel, followed i at craft Maintenance personnel in

physical readiness testing extinguishing the fire prevented
-FILLING 1030 and clothing and, serious damage to the aircraft.In .
ment inspection at 1300.
a few hours an
Mayport detachment was
to Maintenance crew with help of
WARRANT RANKS spected Tuesday at 0800. at two men from VAP-62, had the
MARINE A I R Reserve I plane repaired and serviced andit
Limited duty officers and master chief petty officers are (Please turn to Page 6, Col. ) I was able to continue to San-
beginning to fill warrant officer billets, says Navy Times ford.

Of the 5,000 billets assigned to
forced to leave the service. The Men assisting in putting out the
wararnt officers, two-thirds will warrant structure will disappear T fire were: H. L. Reo, AMC, J.
be filled by limited duty officers through normal attrition. Eligible D. McQueen, ABI; J, H. Welch,
and one-third will go to enlistedmen AA H. Harrison AMSAN,
warrants will have an oppor- ; A. ,
in the super pay grade of tunity to wjn appointments as t4 YuS'' D. F. Buskirk AA, and J. F.

E9.SO limited duty officers.IT Felming, AA.
FAR only four E-9's have
: IS that warrant
been assigned to ex-warrant of-
ficer billets, while some 200LDO's I officers: will continue to be partof ReplacementTraining
the Navy for another 10-15
have taken over billets
previously held by warrants. years. The Navy foresees retire- Unit
ment of,some 600 to 900 warrant
The input to the initial warrant
officers during fiscal 1961.
officer grade, W-l, will end June, Given BoostStatistics
30. Future warrant promotionswill At the present time, allow-
then be limited to in-grade ances for all ships and stations showing impact of
advancements.No which contain warrant officer Replacement Carrier Air Group
warrant officer will be billets are being revised. All bil- training on the overall Naval
lets will be either redesignated as avaition safety rate have been
Cleveland Native Grabs requiring limited duty officers, jiii:: released.
or they will be deleted from the ,
Honors At AO School officer'allowance and will ?'y:y x+:a T r.l .::G:.:{6si ','/i% .f r., r,s4 The figures show that RCVG-
appearas : : S.rr,!fi %: trained pilots averaged one accident 1
Jr. of u?, fr:%>+'Yyi. ':l'r, %'
Robert Morton AOAA chief officer bil-
master petty ;f.,4{: i;S.ti :rSr ; per 11 pilots for the year
Cleveland, Ohio, walked" off Jj1f'fiWf,; ; : >>.V },' ::J.:t ....I.rmf $.m W; ;.j. while their Fleet-trained brethren i
with top honors in last weeks lets.The revision of all allowancelists WELL DONE Comdr. R. M. Nelson, NAS Jax executive were averaging two accidents -
graduation at Aviation Ordanceman officer (left) congratulates James Smith, AKCM. Capt. K. R. .
School, Class A, at NATT is expected to be completedby Wheeler NAS Jax Supply Officer was on hand to offer congrat- per nine pilots. I
Center. June 30, the Navy said. ulations also. The occasion was reading of a letter of commendation Only one in 24 RCVGtrainedpilots
IT IS anticipated that the re- February 26. Smith received it for outstanding work as was Involved in a pilot
Morton has received orders to supervisor of a storage unit at Material Division of Supply
of warrant officer factor accident compared to one
report, to VA-86 at Occeana, Va. designation Dept. Master chief Smith Is a veteran of 19 years Naval service.
for duty. (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1)) He left Jax Friday for duty aboard carrier Roosevelt. (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 4)II )

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NAS, JacbwriUe
Capt. James R. Reedy.. Commanding Officer

Comdr. Robert Ntl*.n ...............,................ .....................................Extcutlvi Officer
NAB Six; Fist Air J.ckonvfltR !

r Adm. Kenneth Craig ........................................................................ Commander ,
Capt. Crsyiton H. Web ...................................................... Chief of Staff, F lrJ.x "' f 3':31'
Capt. Nelson M. Head -..::.-Chief! of Staff, NAB Six
Ffttt Air Wing El vn { ; *' a,.

Capt. Robert M. Miller ......................................................,..................... Commander a u
Capt. Charles L lambing ............................................................. Chief Staff Officer
Naval Air Technical Training Center
Capt. Robert J. Fleming r Commanding Officer

Comdr. Gerald R. feariort .........."...1., .........................................? Executive Officer A
Naval Hospital '

Capt. Alton C. Abernethy ......j ........,....??............................... Commanding Officer s
Capt. John G. Feder...............&, ..................................,....,.............. Executive Officer :
NARTU .....
Capt. F. H. Holt ........................................................................ Commanding Officer ..,
Comdr. H. Hudgins ..................................................... Executive Officer ) ., (. '. \ '\ :':::,'

Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jackionvllle, Florida at no II ( :j i\:. fl 'q" ..
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-95 Rev. July 1958 : ." ,'it.L:
Distributed free of chaVge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jackionvllle, ..
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air '-,'.:,:::.;;.
Reeerve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hoipltal. : :.:r_

Service Information Officer ......"............ Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnli Jr. ABOARD Lt. Eva. Schekorra (standing)
Assistant Service Information Officer ......"............ Andrew H. Planey with Marine Tumble, SN Lt. Schekorra re-
Sam Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporten-Mae Spencer, J02; Gene Hagan, JOSN; al Assistant Communication Officer and Wave
Bowman, SA. Phofographer-Roicoe Carter, PH3. at NAS Jax She was formerly* I&E Officer at
The Jax Air News U a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material
Field, Pensacola, Fla. She say the most interest
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs, ,
unless otherwise ever had was as ihe only military woman attached
credited, are official U. S. '
Navy Photographs
Office in Rome in 195456.
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone ex-
tensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216.

Editorial I IBetter Persons Should Know

Health For EveryoneBehind Declassifying 'Info'

the simple announcement of the Federal Service Cam-
paign for National Health Agencies lies some of the most dramatic civilian employees of the Navy Department
medical and scientific stories of our time. These stories of human valuable "tips" on creating classified docu-
hope are signposts pointing to eventual conquest of. some of man- I subsequent declassification in OPNAV Notice
kind's oldest disease enemies.
SINCE THE TURN OF THE CENTURY medical science has longer need such protection.
helped prolong the average American's life expectancy by 22 years. a classified doc Check your own safes and de-
We owe. much of this to our voluntary health agencies. the paragraphs classification notices and help
'inereiore, as it has been said informa- eliminate
many times before, it is like buy- ty "unclassified" the costs.

ing life insurance when we con- do not contain
tribute to this Relatively little informationis
campaign. It's alsoa .
gift to the millions of afflicted 15 Pvice CornpoignLHEALTN of such transcendent impor-
others tance that is reuires protectionas
some of them your Ac.ENUES to
neighbors, who need help. in that are Top Secret or Secret. If you
The National Health Agencies may be able to are assigning a security clas-
8.'I their sification to document make
Campaign is conducted wholly by own a ,
volunteers. Through the medi- certain you are not overclas-

um of this campaign, government of challenging sifying.

employees and military person- of every clas- DOWNGRADING A document

nel have repeatedly demonstratedtheir that seems to may be as important a money-

community responsibilityand In saver as declassifying. For instance -

generosity.The will be dir- a document downgradedto

five agencies seeking your that may be Confidential from Secret can

support in the Jax Navy drive downgraded. be stored at less expense to the

include American Cancer Society, with de- government. Recommend down-

United Cerebral Palsy, National speci- grading whenever possible.

Society for Crippled,Children and sociation and National Society 380-3; OPNAV ,Keep in mind how careful you

Adults, Muscular Dystrophy As- for Prevention of Blindness. I : ; ). Your special must be when you are called on

ACCORDINGLY, CONTRIBUTIONS ARE not only -a matterof recommendations to work with a classified docu-
serving our fellow men, but one of service to our families, our elimination of ment, and how annoyed l you are
friends and ourselves as well. Each American benefits from the when feel the document
work of each of these voluntary agencies.
shouldn't be classified highly,
Good health is so
everyone's personal goal. You can take a step .
towards this objective by helping the campaign for National Health a document based if at all.
reach its goal-a generous voluntary gift from everyone. Remember, document Do you have in your custody:
there's better health for everybody when everybody gives for health. has to classified material which may be
if the
new subject to declassification under

Can We Meet the Challenge? ) classified in- trems OPNAV of 5500.40(Army; AFL Cir. 205-3)380-3);,

One would have to search long and far for agencies more dedi- documents which affected a large bulk of
cated to human welfare and suffering than the three included in the been de- classified documents dated prior
1960 Federal Service Joint Crusade. These three voluntary agencies ,
and no to January 1 1946
-CARE, Crusade' for Freedom and American-Korean Foundation-
bring voluntary aid to those who are hungry and destitute, both in : : '''U.Y..M.'' .N_._. IF THIS material has been so

body_and spirit, throughout the world. declassified but has not been so

AMERICANS ALWAYS HAVE BEEN an open-hearted peoplel I marked, it should be marked as
I willing to share their own abundance with neighbors in ere soon If it does
is an opportunity to express our personal concern for the welfare I as
of our fellow men everywhere and to strengthen the bonds of international not require protection, it is tak-
. friendship. ( ) ing up space in costly safes.
By giving your time and"con-
tributions to the Joint Crusade Prompt declassification of documents
which no longer warrant
MtKw q.itiI you will be helping your less : ::
security protection is neces3ary
f fortunate fellow men in three
rr for integrity of the security
1-.v..M+ ways: (1)) Through a CARE pack-
s :a:: 4; classification system, and for
age, delivered in your name, thus J.
} easier of such docu'
easing the hunger pains of the
ments. Make it a point to take
needy throughout the world; (2)
declassification action wheneveryou
Through Radio Free Europe, supported do
have an opportunity to
by the Crusade for Fre -
dom. Some 76,000,000 captive
ESPAt If you work regularly or even
Its people in five Iron Curtain coun-
A occasionally with classified docu-
tries will hear the truth denied .f x
e MBMfc.:W..H.**< them by the Communist masters; you may
Thomas B. for could
a suggestion which
((3) Through the American-Korean O&R Officer, benefit
simplify otherwise
Foundation, which gives millionsin speaks to Sta- or
the system of storing or handlingsuch
P' war-torn Korea a. fighting Group
(i_ chance in their struggle for re- Haley spoke material. If so, submit such

habilitation. of the Bureau 'I'' shed suggestions system through the establi

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March 1960 JAX AIR NEWS P.g.3

I Defense Dept. To Reorganize Military CommunicationsWashington I With The'

(AFPS) World- ToastmastersToastmaster
wide "long haul" military com- of the separate services will be I agency Would require new facilities -' transfer it to the centralized

munications will soon be centra- excluded from the centralized and personnel, he said those agency has yet been made. This of last Thurs-

lized under Defense Department system. Among the exceptionsare presently operative in the sepa- system bounces radio signals off day's meeting of MarNav 2280

control. the Navy's ship-to-shore and rate-service networks would be I the moon to effect accurate, non- Toastmasters was George Foster -

THE NEW World-Wide system Air Force ground air networks. switched to DOD control. I Ii I j jammable two way communications. who introduced topic master

will provide for all "point to i THE DEFENSE spokesman said i About 20,000 uniformed personnel Hal Higgins.

point" communications require- 'the new communications agencyis I are now ,assigned to the The defense spokesman declined Higgins assigned a variety of

ments of the Joint Chiefs of being established to insure separate service networks. When to set a target date for topics. Manny Morow gave an

Staff, Unified and Specified com- more efficient, centralized con- transferred they will continueto completion of the new agency. Ice Breaker, "Spark or Punk;"

mands and the three military trol of the "long haul" message wear the uniforms of their He said, however, transfer of Ray Wells came along with a

departments, a defense spokesman traffic. Emergency priorities will own service.AS separate service personnel and speech about why we should

.explained. This will elimi- TO THE Navy's recently pay our paper boy; Vic Norman
be established by Joint Chiefsof facilities would be phased in to
nate the need to use relay sta- =: established "Moon Relay" net- gave an enlightening speech on
tions. Staff. .1 I work linking this city with prevent disruption of existing "Time," while Phil Burnham

But certain tactical 'networksEmployees Questions as to whether the Hawaii, he said no decision tot communitcations operation. gave his version of "Who Are

We?" while using a public address -

To ;';::" Large Crowd system behind a screen.

Paul Leblanc was working

\. .. .. Enjoys Pack with words In his "Conversa
Cast Ballots :
: tion.' Burnham was selected
.t. .. 131 speakeroftheevening.General .
March 10 .. :,.'. t, Banquet evaluator was Carle-
: Cub Scout Pack 131 held its ton Dunn.
Civilian employees here will "
annual Blue and Gold Banquetlast Norman and J. K. attended
troop to the polls next Thurs- j&i_ ..; Saturday at the NATTCenter )Mcllrath
event as guests, represented -
day (March 10.) They'll elect
Mess Hall. The event was Civilians. Another
candidates to the Station's Employee 22Employees' I held in connection with the 50th guest Navy was Bill Sheleman.

Councils, ," Anniversary of the Scouting .
Food Services Board, Recreationand movement. II
I Toastmasters Club 546 had an
Welfare Association, and Some 58 Cubs and adults en- to another club
Board of Trustees of Employees'Mutual opportunity see
joyed the meal and a specially
in action as Bill Collins and Bill
Death Benefit Society.TO prepared birthday cake. Fried Kellogg from MarNav spoke to

BE VALID in the case of chicken highlighted the menu. the club.

the Employees' Councils, at least Comdr. R. M. Nelson NAS Jax Bill Fraser and Bill Mitchell

50 percent of employees on executive officer, Comdr. Bern- spoke for the "home team..

board next Thursday must cast s ard McCreary, NAS Jax Ass't Mitchell saved the day for 546

ballots. If this percentage is not Supply Officer and Institutional by winning speakeroftheweektrophy

reached, it will be declared thatno Representative for the Pack, and with an emotional talk

Council exists in those areas William Hornsby, HM1, Scout- entitled "What's In It For Me?"

'failing to meet this requirement. master of Troop 131, conducteda .
Nominees names within var- SATURDAY IS SEABEE DAY At the state capital at uniform inspection of the Five speeches highlighted
Tallahassee, Gov. Leroy Collins hands proclamation declaring
ious departments have been Saturday "Seabee Day" in Florida to Capt. J. Henry Etter NAS boys. Tuesday's sesion for Navy CivI-
published on department bulletin Public Works Officer and Resident Officer in Charge of Con- After the inspection, each den lian Toastmasters held at Karl

boards and are listed below. struction. Jacksonville Navymen looking on are (from left) gave a short skit appropriate to Hellenthals's Restaurant.

All employees at work next James Harrison Jr., SV3, and Walter Riviere, CEGC, both of CB the ocassion. Advantage and benefits of

Thursday will be provided a Division 6-14, Capt Etter, Lcdr. W. S. Isham, commanding of- Special guest at the banquetwas t good listening were illustrated
Co. 6.13, and Lcdr. Charles Hart of
ficer of Civil Engineering ,
chance to cast a ballot. Capt. Robert J* Fleming, by Walt Stanul In "Are You
unit 614. J.ocal celebra(.ons are slated for 1830 tonight at the
Employ.*' Council EM Club at Cecil Field.Seabees NATTCenter commanding officer. Listening?"; the decline of muscle
O & R: No. 1 John Beckham Glen power and advent of extreme -
Bowden, John Kemp, Cyrus King, Rich.
ard Martin and Roger Priest; No. 2 To Celebrate automation was advancedby
Harold Cruz Earl Hearn, J. W. MeadJr. 1 Gordort King in "Button Fu-

., Homer Moyer Arlan Taylor and -Classified tures"; proving that one can enJoy -
Charles Whiienant No. 3 Thomas Birth Date his work was Dick Barker
Duck Jr., Harrison Mackert, Henry Mc. SaturdaySaturday who related humorous experi-
Wright, Robert Sheese and Calvin White
No. 4 Willis Collins, Thomas Mincey, For Rent ences in the real estate field in
Robert Reel, John Sali Jr. and Robert is "Seabee Day" in Florida. Honoring the Furnished 2 Bedroom Apt., $80 per his talk on "Keep Your Senseof
Thorn. famed Navy Construction Battalions, Governor Leroy Collins mo. 2243 Wilkte Drive, Call EX 86758. Humor"; power, both personal -
Council No.5 George Albrecht, W. this last week in the Unfurnished Apt., Kitchen equip. 2350 and mechanical is asset
W. Braswell, J. W. Hendricks, Donald signed a proclamation signifying pre- Oak Street, EV 73540. an ,
Nastiff, L. F. Royal and Dorothy Williamson sence of an NAS Jax delegation headed by Capt. J. Henry Furnished Cottage, Carport, conv. toNAS while power uncontrolled brings
; No. 6 Grady Bostick, David Etter, local Public Works Officer and Resident Officer in I Inquire at 8601 Roosevelt Blvd. trouble said Tom Stringfellow in

Davidson Sr., Bernard Evans, J. H. Free Charge of Construction.Seabee Reasonable Rent. "Controlled Power", while the
man, Judge Hutchens, Donald Smith, E. Day will be an observ- Construction Battalions continuedto Nicely furnished 1 bedroom apt., on history and case of basketball asAmerica's
build vital air roads St. Johns River, $75 per mo. Call EV
L. Smith and John Touchton No. 7 '
No. 1
of the 93rd anniversary of sport was argu-
ance 77172.
J. W. Bremer Jr., R. B. Couture, J. A. and other facilities, often within
Marable, V. E. Masters and R. D. Nor the Navy Civil Engineer Corps, of the Forbes Street Near Five Points bedrooms ed by John Will in "The Storyof
of the Con- gunsight enemy.In upper child welcome $63.00 per Basketball."
man No. 8 Frank Donaroma, J. J. officer component
Panipinto, T. J. Sheridan Jr. and Leroy struction Battalion, and the 18th the Pacific alone, Seabees month. also two large rooms efficiencyapt. A new slate of officers will
downstairs which
Smith; No. 9 W. B. Anderson, Thomas of the enlisted "Sea- were credited with construction Is newly paint be
birthday ed, hot water and lights furnished for presented at Tuesday's meet-
Dolan, C. W. Ezersky, D. W. Free.
man, W. S. Hlghhouse, A. F. Neeley, bees." of 111 major airstrips, 441 piers, $60.00 per month. Phone EL 5-5203 ing at Cumberland by the nomi-
Charles Rodd and John Sullivan, and OFFICIALLY, the anniversaryof 700 acres of warehouses, hospi- For Sal. nating committee, for consider-
No. 10 L. S. Cicero, G. T. Elmore the CEC was yesterday, while tals for 70 thousand patients, House In Ortega Hills, 3 Bedroom, ation by the membership. No-
1% baths, large back yard, VA 4%
and K. G. Wolf. storage facilities for 100 million minations will also be
1 Paul Crow. March 5 is the Seabees' birthday. pet. loan, low monthly payments. 7413Greenway open
Public Works No. -
: gallons of gasoline and housingfor Drive. EV 95858. from the floor.
ther, Max Dickinson, R. C. Durden, Rob- i On the local scene, Lt.(j jg.) 1,500 thousand men.
Johns and Horace Poole No. 2 -
ert ;
Robert Hutto, Assistant NAS Jax
Otis Gamble, Johnnie leavins, E. E.
THE GROUP VIII ratings, rep-
that both ob-
ROICC announces
Pennington, Maynard Trout and James ,
Wilson; No. 3 E. J. Davis, James servances will be noted in a presenting Builders, Steelworkers -
Fletcher, Perry lamb and Aaron Yar- joint celebration at the NAS Equipment Operators Mec- fs. i<:i4w
brough, and No. 4 A. B. Holmes, Cecil Field Enlisted Men's Club hanics, Construction Electricians,

Louise larimore, G. A. MacKenzie and this evening, (Thursday) at 1830. Utilities Men and Surveyors,
Fernie Selby. deal with a broad scope of responsibility -
Supply No. 1 Josephine Mixon, The Seabees, who achieved within each
Frank Binder, Alice Davis, Farl Went.
fame for their construction pro-
worth, Mary Winters and Vera Erode- Although Civil Engineers have
Brown, Betty gress during WWII were organ-
rick No. 2 Marguerite
and ized under the Civil Engineer been with the Navy since turn
Moody, Josie Fields, Carolyn Zapp
Peggy Bryan No. 3 Merle Graham, Corps in 1941. On March 5, 1942, of the 19th century, beginningof r -
lucelle Wood, Lorenzo Conway and Wil- the Chief of Naval Operations the CEC is marked by an Act ,
ford Cox No. 4 H. J. Theriot, Rob- authorized enlisted men of con- of Congress dated March 2, 1867. s< .
ert Wilson, Raymond Baxter, A. R. Jensen -
James Hutcherson, George Mich- struction battalions to call them- Following their 'organization, r
ener and Vernon McKinnon; No. 5 selves "Seabees" and wear the Construction Battalions were

Bowen Davidson, Thomas Jenkins and CB shoulder patch. staffed by officers of the CEC.
No. 6 Floyd Rhoden,
Shaheen Willie Murray, George Kenerly, Freddie Collins UNDER leadership of AdmiralBen On March 19, 1942 a ruling by

and Milton Segas. Moreell, wartime Chief of Navy Secretary Frank Knox .

Comptroller Robert Ellis, Margaret of the Bureau of Yards and gave Civil Engineer Corps officers +ii1
Melton, Margaret Reardon and Margaret Docks, headquarters for the Civil in command of battalions *1teL foy&4wpyw *' -
Security M. J. Grundig and authority "all officers and
Reynolds. Engineer Corps, the 'Bees were over iiaaSiuwKTRAFFIC
Gordon Vail. because uniformedmen enlisted men assigned to their a
Food Services BoardO organized .. .... '; "" -I ------l- .;;.=r -J
& R James Badger, Bryan Corn- were needed to defend installations unit. JAM Airplanes and supplies jam the pier at
wall, David Davidson Sr., Thomas DuckJr. already built overseas. Seabees were made a perma- Norfolk, Va. Naval Base, while two Navy carriers prepare to
., Robert Sheese, Helen Folmar, Rosalie shove off for operations with the Atlantic Fleet. The attack
Me- With the motto "Construims, nent organization soon after carriers Forrestal and
Potts, Ralph Larizza, Henry Independence are loading A3D jet fighter *
(Please turn to Pago G Col. 1) Batuimus" (We build, we fight), WWII. .



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rage 4 JAX Ala NEWS 3 March 1960

Station To Be Among 9 : .{:


Surplus Disposal UnitsNAS s .

Jax will be one of nine Navy surplus goods selling

activities in the US following a drastic reduction in numberof I
sales offices this calendar year.

This announcement was made
Goldberg explained "will in
late last week by Rear Admiralsel ,
certain instances be on an intra- f
H. J. Goldberg in a speechto
( )
in other in-
service basis and It :
representatives of 13 Naval *
stances on an inter-service basis.
activities and three Marine Corps
An additional two offices are
units attending a Regional Utilization -
to be established under the man-
and Disposal Seminar at ":C'tiis2: ;;c h Fey. 'si't:
agement of the Marine Corps, he .
the O&R Auditorium aboard the
call for establishment $ hs
CURRENT plans -
THE ADMIRAL, head of visit-
of the Jacksonville unit
ing party from Bureau of Sup-
1 of this Other consolidated -
Sent. year.
plies and Accounts, said that De-
offices will be set up at

partment of Defense sales offices NSC Norfolk June 1 NSD New- ."_V """ ....,___,._";",,. ,,_, ..' a
in the US will, during the next .. ,
port, NSY New York and NSY SUPPLY'S CENTURY OF SAFETY Nearly 110 years '
nine months, be consolidated, Is represented by these employees of NAS Jax Supply Depart-
1 and NSC San IIk
causing a reduction of Navy sel- Philadelphia July ; ment who recently received safe driving awards from Capt. Kenneth !ll/R'/ .

ling activities from 38 to nine. .'Diego and N A S North Island R. Wheeler, Supply Officer. While one employee, English

UT he consolidation," Admiral Aug. 1.Two Hilton, received an award for 11 consecutive years of safe driv- \
of these offices will be ing, 18 employees were presented awards for five years safe N m
driving and two for four Eleven sections units of the ,
specialized sales points NAS years. or ., ,
NATTCenterL'drs'p department received shop safety awards the first of the year.
North Island will sell all aircraft, The Naval Hospital "receiving ward"

i while the New York shipyard will remained busy In recent days with 28

ClassGraduates sell all Navy ships world-wide, Career Counselor Writes new arrivals reported.
Births of February 5 were: Kathy
Adm. Goldberg pointed out. On Lynne, to Harold Hobbs, BM3, end

31 lIe stressed that consolidation Thoughts LeadershipFollowing Mrs. Hobbs; Belinda Jo, to Sgt. and

Mrs John Grubbs; Angela Gayle, to
sale functions .
involves the
Graduation exercises w ere only.It is an, essay on Leadership written by L. J, Harfcins, William Combs, GM3, and Mrs Combs;
held Monday for 31 graduatesof will not relieve any activity of TDC, FAETU Detachment Two, a co-honorman of the most recent Elbert Eugene II, to Elbert Gowens,

the NATTCenter Leadership Its responsibility as a holding ac- graduating class of the ComFalr Jax Counselor Interviewer A02, end Mrs. Gowens, and Tammy

tivity. SCHOOL Jean, to Lcdr. and Mrs. Max Malan.
Schools. Capt. Robert J. Flem- well done.
a job
is Welcbmed February 6 Michael,
Leadership a responsibility were
"WE FIRMLY believe he
ing, commanding officer of the to and the It's my duty to help maintain to Andrew Toth, AE1, and Mrs. Toth,
Center, gave the address and said, "that establishment of this my country discipline and high morale. I and Lawrence Reid II, to Lawrence Hill,

presented certificates. system will permit us to do a Ifavy to guide and direct must give praise openly when SN and Mrs. Hill. Richard Lee was

Gaining top honors for the better, more business-like job." subordinates in every way deserved and reprimands pri- born February 7 to, Brady Green, SC2,
and Mrs. Green.
two-week course of Instructionwas Representatives at last week's accomplishment when deserved.It's .
vately they are Five newcomers highlighted February
of the missions of the
Sidney Cleveland, AD1, of seminar included people from 8. They were Lura Dee, to 2nd Lt. and
NARTU. In addition to Cleve- Norfolk Naval Shipyard, NS Key Navy.AS my duty to see that my Mrs. Robert Brooker; Lorraine Cindy, to
land three other graduates were men are as comfortable as pos- A/2c and Mrs. Richard Lantz twins,
from NARTU two from VAP62 West, NSC Memphis, NAS Glynco A SENIOR petty officer, I sible in their quarters and to William Charlie and Sue Ann, to Ray
NSY Charleston, NSY New must set an example for othersto assist them in I. can Bates, AE1 1, end Mrs. Bates, and Dawn
every way
two from VA-12, and one Orleans, NAS Pensacola, NS follow I must exercise every with their problems.AS Marie, to Andrew Arias, AM2, and
from VA-44.
I Green Cove Springs, NAS Cecil means available to me to instillin Mrs. Arias. *
NATTCenter graduates were Field and NS A LEADER I must keep Arriving February 9 were, MargaretRose
i Mayport.
my subordinates a desire for to Donlnick Gallitano, AOC, and
John Fairweather, EMI, Elmer my men informed of all rights
Mrs. Gallitano James ,
; Stephen to
Koopman, AE1, William Olivey, and benefits and to offer assis- end Mrs. Vernon Anderson; Tracy Ma-

AE1, Wililam Clark, AE2, Ron- tance in their preparation for lone, to Pfc. and Mrs. Robert Umfleet

ald Nebinskl, AN, Richard Jer- advancement.It's Laura Lee, to Robert Allen, AC1, and
rell, AE2, Elwood Barker, AE1, Mrs. Allen David Richard, to Richard
Charles Carroll, DK2, James my duty to guide my men Janke, AN, end Mrs. Janke, and David
to be good citizens as well as Alvin, to Sgt. and Mrs. Steven Wiles.
Mallard, MM3, Thomas Davis,
effective Navymen. I must instill Born February 10 Kevin Timothy, to
HM2, Charles Ryan, HM1, Dud- in them a desire to pre- Lt. and Mrs. Charles O'Brien Jodi Kim,
ley Montague, SN, David And- to J. P. Lever, ADI, and Mrs. Lever
good public both
erson, SN, Norman Mann, MA- ; ; Bruce Allen, to E.4 and Mrs. Guy Mat
SN, Bobby Smith, SN, Leon Set- $i." in our country and in foreign thews, and Beradine Allen, to Ernest

tle, AO1, James Rochford, AO1, countries. Leory, SD3, and Mrs. Leory.

Howard Spence AO1, Richard y' Leadership for a senior petty Rounding out the week were the
t births of Julia Ellen, to James Black-
Coffman, DT3, Floyd Fields, >.v.s>q'. \ !; \ ;<< officer is a full time job. It is shear, AE1 1, and Mrs. Blackthear; Russell
YN1, Jerrel Harper, PN1, and p $s Edward, Frank
"" ,, ; :.t03 f : my duty to guide my men both to Capper, AEM3, and
Billy Butler, PN3. [: :1i 1W' ':$.}: < "'< "; Mrs. Capper Tamy Rae, to Edward
From NARTU were Ben James t t riltf iitr@"t :. ''" >'*t:
AD2, Josef Juvik, AT1, and ':'f.t;; N/?'/':":$ I' f! "rf' be outstanding in appearanceand Irene, to A/Ie) and Mrs. Roy
: \ Southward, and
.MI' ,. Amy Greene, to Lt.
Brehme, FR2. Braxton conduct.
tr. (|Ig and Mrs. Fred Edison
Baker, ADI, and William Clark, '> !

PHI, were from, VAP-62. '/ffitVlflifJr; : Guard League

Abram Leichliter, ADI, and

Billy Jackson, AMI, hailed from 8 Seeking MembersThe

VA-12 while George Neville, 'S
Coast Guard of
AT2, attended the school from ;
}. g
VA-44. "'"V'" Sunday, March 6 the Seventh District is in the

MuON MISSILE:: : The Air Force's Thor IRBM blazes ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL midst of a recruiting campaignfor

through the sky as it passes almost in front of a full moon. The 0830-Service of Worship. new members.A .
s l1e Thor missile was fired as part of series of tests for reliabilityand main objective of the Lea-

vhi'I ,AFPS from... launching accuracy.pad. at It Cape went Canaveral.up' in this successful flight from the year-olds 0930-Sunday through School adults,, Build-three- gue is to help recruit cadets for

NAF MONTEREY PRESS ing 722; Adult Bible Class, Chap- the Coast Guard Academy by

MONTEREY CAU FORMA lain Wolfe, in Small supporting each year Activity'
Navy's TV Can See Inside Of Mouth 0930-Service of Worshln.Chapel... Week of the institution.The .

Washington (AFPS-Navy) scientists 1100-Service of Worship. CG League recruiting

have perfected a closed- II The new optical probe system 1830-Teen-Age, Senior High station, located at 333 RiversideAve.

I circuit television system which consists of a bundle of optical Fellowships and United Fellowship ., is open every Wednesdayfrom

permits a dentist to view the inside fibers bound together In a "whip'like" of Protestants, Building 722 1900-2100.
cable with
a small lens at
of 'a person's mouth, highly and Small Chapel.
the probing end and hooked
magnified, on a nearby screen., to a CPO Wives Election Set
TV camera at the other.
The Navy's Bureau, of Medi-: ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL The CPO Wives Club has

cine and Surgery said recentlythe 1 One bundle contains 10,000 of 0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass. scheduled its next meeting for
the fibers each .
i ; one picks up
device can eventually be next
Monday in the CPO Club
light from a small section directly ST. LUKE'S
adapted for medical probes inside CHAPEL dining
room at 2000.
In front of it and transmits the Naval
the human body.
speck of light to the camera. 0630-Mass. Officers for the coming year

'pAL{ The Navy said the new systemcan I I With thousands of these specks 0930-Protestant Worship Ser- will be elected ,at the meeting.All .

8WNAT IS IT? WE HAVEN reach and illuminate sectionsof of light concentrated on a screen vice. CPO wives in the Jax

THE TIME TO 61T AROUND the mouth not now accessibleas they form a composite picture of: Christian Science area are welcome to join the
AND SK'JAfA in MAMESi' I I I club. For information contactEV
much as 35 times. the area invilved.
Tuesday 1900
Small Chapel;' !
-. 7-2R7R nr. P.V. R.-? ".

Give A Citizen's Share To National Health Joint Crusade

13 1960

Basketball Glory Comes

:' : Back To Memphis Five

Memphis: Navy won the Sixth Naval District Basketball j

C I Tournament Monday at Mainside gym as the aggressive, :

f sharp-shooting, backboard hungry Hellcats dashed championship -

hoes of the fading Key West five in a 66-39 victory. ,.
back In the 6ND
beating. "
T basketball limelight followingyears
THINGS WERE looking good
of starvation is I
:) -i Kingsville, Tex., NAAS (8ND) for Key West until it ran up

and Roosevelt Roads (10ND) in against Memphis Saturday. On

the South Atlantic Regionalsthis Sunday, however, Key West came:

week at Mainside gym. back into, the win column. by
sliding past the defending
BY WINNING the 6ND Memphis
champion Goshawks from Pens-
remained undefeated
{ Cx cola, 7869.In .
through the tournament while:
the last half play, Mem-
West consoled with the
Key ,
phis controlled the ball well,
sweet fact they had swept over
f scoring 39 points to Key Wests'
is all other comers, had to taste

'-..-" ;'J r'T.; "''''>>..._.:- .- .....,.;: defeat for the second time in 24. .The two leading Memphis

CALL IT A SEASON The' Jax Navy Fliers, posting a 21.6 record In one of the finest leans I the tourney by the Hellcats. scorers were Ace Roberts with
> for a Jax Navy quintet, has ended its 20 markers and Bill Stevens with
campaign following two'win and two losses in the re-
On the first day Memphis be-
nlly-concluded Sixth Naval District 13. Top man for the red-shlrted
Tourney played here. Left to'right are, Jack Dorman, whoas
discharged from the Navy during the tourney, Warren Rouse. Al Sheppard player-coach gan by downing Jax Naval Hospital Key West club was Jim Robbins

ick Savage, Ed Stearns, Bob Gadson, Hank Walker, Mike Aksiin, Chuck Davis and Alex Amer- 82-65, and on successive with 13 points.In .

days buried Jax Navy, 75-61, and other games, teams were

n.tie romped over Key West 79-53. eliminated like this: Jax Naval

[ League To While the Hellcats were Hospital lost to NAS Sanford,

outshooting their opponents, Key 81-51, and to Memphis, 82-65:

[Id RegistrationOn #ti +irNEWS \ > West was dishing out its own NAS Glynco was defeated by

brand of triumphs, Key West Charleston Naval Base 77-48,

beat Charleston Naval Base 85- and Charleston Hospital, 101-76,

Saturdays 76, and on Saturday night elimi- while NAS Sanford lost to Green

nated Green'Cove with a 68-57 Cove, 85-76, and Jax Navy, 90-
Saturday will be region -

| day for the Navy Jax 72.MORE
SCORES and eliminationsof
the tourney: Naval Hospital
rged by League officials
CLEAN SLATEIn Charleston lost to Green Cove,
ister boys on this date.
LINKS TESTSAll 92-91, and to Pensacola, 80-74,
ble to participate are boys Mainside intramural Green Cove was downed by Key

'n. the ages of eight and first round matches and a handful of second round bowling, Hospital of the West, 66-57, and by Pensacola,

don't reach their 13th tiffs have been completed in ,the annual Station Golf Cham- Continental League has the 102-56; Charleston Naval Base

b": before August 1. pionship event at the NAS Jax links. best record, starting the new was eliminated by Key West,

R! TRATIONS will be ac- I Big Bill Scarbrough, former season with an 8-0 'mark.In 85-76, and Jax Navy, 94-56.

eIt outside the Station'sMMn' club champion, made his way winning the blind Bogey Tourneywith the American League, Two of the tourney's top con-

, in the visitor's parking into the second round of cham- a net 71 (77-6.) R. Max- four teams are tied with 4-0 tenders tried to make comebacksbut

. a fltorm( 0900-1400. Parents pionship flight competition by well was runnerup with a net records. Operations, Special were unable to do so. Jax

:ehould! J feave their boys' birth pasting George ,Ayers, 6 and 5. 72 (84-12.) Services, VA44Hornets" Navy was put out of the tourna-

ce tel with them at time JOINING Scarbrough were Bill Young Paul Daleen showed he and Supply are fighting for ment by defeats from Memphis

'ottration.. Koressel, 4 and 3 victor over was in top form by picking up undisputed possession: of the Navy, 75-61, and Pensacola 80-

(':.u.F ns who have already fill'la Phil Hughes, and Jerry Foley, an eagle on the par four fourth No. 1 spot. 70. The Goshawks, after holdingthe

, :: registration blank and who edged Chet Krol in the hole at the Station course last The National League has championship for two suc-
two clubs on top, MARTDand
' rued it in to an official weekend's neatest fray, 1-up in week. cessive years were dropped by
" J'commissary store are not 23 holes. The 16-year-old son of retired FAW-11, each with a 6-2 Jax Navy, 85-68, and Key West,
mark. All leagues are sched-
pd to register again. They chief J. R. Daleen, used a driver 73-69.
Golfers previously making the uled to see action this week
owever, need to furnishh and eight-iron for his fine effort.
second round championshipflight after, being halted for the
certificate, at a later He's current Junior Station Jax Spikers
play include Joe Van Vac- champion. District basketball tourney. Navy

tor, John Kerr, Bob Greenwoodand

I e, Navy Jax Ortega Little Frank Stuard. ':"......, Capture Rugged
e area includes all comities -
Five first flight competitorswon
east of the Ortega opening round matches. Dr. ( Miami OppositionThe
r. Some of these areas are: .
Sam Horton upended fellow doc-
ga i Forest, Ortega Hills, Ven- Jax Navy varsity volleyball -
Dick Lieurance
tor, 3 and 1; Dr.
Yukon, NAS Jax and sur- team opened 1960 competition -
Tom Doohen John
dropped Sig-
ding areas, and Orangek. by winning the Miami Open
afoos Ted Wilkinson
1-up; defeated -
k. to Tourney recently at the Magic City.
Harry Thompson, 3 and
CHILDREN, civilian and The Fliers proved worthy of
2: Bill Sinnett took Art Wool-
vy dependents, living in these dridge, 1-up, and Gene McDon- /f -. the good advance publicity by

[as, are eligible to play in the ald bested Bob Clements, 3 an 2. upending such rough competition -
gue if they meet age requirents. as U. of Florida, St. Peters-
IN THE SECOND flight, Jim burg YMCA, Ft. Loudcrdale,
Callaghan advanced to the third Miami YMCA and HomesteadAFB.
All adults interested in help- "
round, defeating E. Holly, 4 and .
[ with the operation of the > ------
g 3. Also going into round three Jax Navy tripped the Florida
being asked to signat
ague are were J. DeGreer, 1-up winner Gators, 16-14 and 13-10 in two
this time.
over Charles Walker, and' John I straight games. Toughest contest
[Tryouts are slated to be held Lentz, who decisioned Walter of the day saw Jax nip the host

arch 12 at the Little League Heison 4 and 3. Miami 'Y' in overtime, 19-17
ea just inside the Main Gate.
In second flight first round The Fliers now travel to

The 11-12 year olds will try matches, Don Ellis triumphedover Houston, Tex. for that city's Invitational -
[ut from 0900-1200 and 10-year event. Newcomer Jim
Dick .
Sully, 1-up; Jerry /
lids and under from 1300-1500. Sporich downed John Fair, 3 and .it< Pitts, considered by many one

fryouts will also be held March 2, while Lentz took W. Jellison, of the finest volleyballers in the
9. 1-up. Navy, has the joined the Jax

On the latter date, the times squad.
ill be reversed with 10-year In third flight opening rounds,

[ids and under trying out from Bill Harris took Jack Westcott, Administration Shocks

[900-1200 and 11-year olds in 4 and 3; F. II. Holt decisioned Cane Hunter QuintetIn

he afternoon. Davis, 4 and 3; McLeod topped the only intramural basket-

MMBM M i M H MMI- M HHM Dickens 4 and 3, and Tolins took ball action of the week, Admin-

TIDE TABLETides Goodman, 4 and 3. stration turned back one of the

at Atlantic Beach: TRYING FOR TIP.IN All eyes are on the basket as Jax league's top contenders, VW-4,
THE ONLY second round
ac- Navy and Pensacola basketeers engage in heated backboard action 59-57. Tommy Kirchoff was big
HIGH LOW tivity in this flight saw F. R. during the opening game of the Sixth Naval District Bas- man for the winning Admin five

A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. Collins advancing by upending ketball Tourney at Mainside gym last week. Jack Dorman, ((22)) with 20 points.
of Jax Navy attempted the shot which was blocked by Pensa.cola' .
Fri. 12OON: 5:51: 6:04: Action is slated to get under
Anderson, 6 and 5. Ed Clune. Behind Clune is Al Sheppard of the Fliers (in
Sat. 12:29: 12:49: 6:44: 6:04: Other golf action over the white) while Pensy players are Willie Willis, (left) and Dick way again with end of the 6ND

I Sun. 1:21: 1:49: 7:41 7:52: Marks. Jax Navy won, 8566. Dorman was playing in his last and South Atlantic Regional
weekend had Joe Van Vactor game for the Fliers. Tournaments.


JAX AIR NEWS 3 March 1960

"i i r'' People-People Contest Pihsrebmem


:;;\: Seeks Military EntriesWashington ITI;! k '- w,', jj Srk Russian Arf,above but Eht a bit headline of "backward is not

(AFPS-A new People-to-people essay con- English" used in hopes of catching -

test with $500 in prize money at stake is open to all Armed LlI r } \ ,- 5Nr .: attention toward the meritsof
Forces personnel and their dependents. membership In the Fleet Re-

Jointly sponsored by the er" and the Armed Forces The association was foundedby

Writers League (AFWL), the membership.No 4 II a group of enlisted men who
contest, is designed'to promote entry may I exceed 1,500 S their'attention
vc ,1II had it brought to
words. Each must' be double
interest and participation in Pre- \ that ..enlisteds, in the Navy and
spaced and written I on; ,one side
Elsenhower's for faarine' ,
program Corps had no one to reI -
of the only. I
increasing understandig among paper f I Prcs Congress;,
all peoples. (All entries must be postmarkednot 4m 'gislatioihaffecting[ ':them.

CONTESTANTS are urged to later than 1IIAprU\ ,$rand F CIs the r only association of1'

search their memories for Instances must be 'accompanied by citi enlisted personnel to represent

of their own contact with the following signed statement: them on Capitol Hill, having

foreign people and to pick out "This entry Is released for pub- been doing this for over 35
one or several f in which they, as lication at the discretion of the

_,_ ____ ..,,. years.
individuals, helped to promote 'Army-Navy-Air Force Register'without If { -"- 1'II'' "" w-"V'II' ""' ----
international understanding and compensation other than MOBILE SHOE STORE L. B. Pftiery (right) of Aero-

cooperation.In that such as be awardedas nautical Engineering, O&R Dept., purchases pair of safety shoe Employees To Cast
from R. L. Stearns and G. M. Weimer at the Mobile Shoe Store
other words, each contestantis a prize." which visited the Station lad Friday. The mobile service it operated (Continued from Page 1))

advised to describe in 1,500 ENTRIES may be addressed to by Dewey of St. Petersburg Fla. The shoe truck will be Wright and Ralph Story .

words or less the instance-or the People to People Contest at NAS Jax every two weeks. The next trip here is scheduled Public Works E. L. Cochrane, B. I.

instances-In which he or she Chairman, Army-Navy-Air Force for March 11. Davis, Robert Durden, Paris Howard, W.L. .
acted as an "ambassador of goodwill" Nesbitt, E. T. Newberg, O. L. Owens
Register, 2020 M. St., N. W.,
I and Arthur Wildi.
communities.All among foreign. individualsor Washington 6, D. C., or to the A F Keeps Careful Eye Supply Floyd Barnes, Raymond

People to People Contest, Armed Baxter, Fern Belongy, Butter Douse, William
Armed Forces members Forces Writers League, Gaines- Out For SaucersWashington Fudge, Francis Gardner, Theodore
Regular, Reserve, Retired or Inactive ville, Fla. Flying Hatle, John Hoffman, Gordon King,
-their dependents, civilian George Lowery, William McDowell, Ben-
employees of the military estab- No entries will be returnedand (AFPS-Although) evidence collected overa nie McKenle, Aftort Rawls, Carl Reiter,
lishment and members of the all will become the propertyof 12-year period offers no proofs that so-called "flying saucers" John Welch, Azalee Wheeler Dorothy

Armed Forces Writers League the ANAF Register and AF- exist, the Air Force still maintains a watchful eye on Willlamt, Aubrey Wilson Jr., Robert
Womack and David
Wilson, Mae Young.
are eligible to the WL. Judging will be handled bya unusual signungs.A I
compete, con- i possible evidence that UFOs Miscellaneous Mary Dukes, Louise
test announcement said. panel of experts representing newly published regulation ,, could be interplanetary or in- Ely, Gladys Glover, William Harden and

FIRST PRIZE will be $250 and the sponsors. outlines the Air Force position I I terstellar space ships. Most of Evelyn Winney.
life membership in the AFWL entries will be regarding unidentified flying -objects Recreation and WelfareO
; Winning pub- I the sightings turn out to be in & R James Burton, Frank By-
second prize, $100 and five-year lished in the Register and the (UFOs), and specifially I the astronomical category ((45 percent ers, Thomas Duck Jr. James Lamb, Ralph
AFWL membership; and third, "Armed Forces Writer" during spells out how such sighting will ), while those unaccounted larlzza, Gene Neal, Louie Royal and
fourth and fifth prizes will each 1960. be handled. I I for total only 2 per cent. Robert Sheete. Public Workt-Amot Lee,
May, Hertchell Lee, Herbert Lloyd, E. Os-
pay $50 plus a two-year AFWLCivilian's THE AIR Force's interest in J.
I ,'.L" _," ." ','.':\'r.jf.' ; ,!,. !! ':'.I"-n UFOs is listed as three-fold: The new UFO regulation (AFR teen O. L. Owens and Armand San-
200-2)) says the Air Force will gillo.
Blood As a possible threat to the continue to collect and analyze Supply Ruth Anders, Raymond Baxter
security of the United States and reports of UFOs until all can be Henry Bebrent, Vera Broderick, Bar*

Donor Day Set its forces.To I scientifically or technically explained Hutcherton bar. Fowler, Doris, George Katnlai Gahagan, Gordon, James King,

determine the technicalor or until such a, time as Robert LangUle, Champnay'a Little
Another Civilian Blood Don- scientific characteristics of any it is determined that the full'potential George Marcus, Gordon Miller, William
ors' Day has been scheduled for li' > such UFO, and of a sighting has been McDowell, Bennie McKenze, William
next Wednesday, (March 9) exploited. Pottt, Daniel Sharp, Robert Wilson and
from 0830 to 1045 at the Main 4 y To explain or identify all UFO David Young.Miscellaneous.
J. M. Cibulskl, Catherine
Dispensary in Building Eight. sightings. Cleveland, A. O. Dodgen, Robert
Type "A" and "O" blood is THE GREAT majority of flying ReplacementContinued Ellis, Edison Umstot and Dorothy Yor-

needed. objects reported have been' ( from Page 1)) dan.
Mutual Death Benefit SocietyO
Employees volunteering to do- found to be conventional fami- in nine among Fleet-trained av- & R Byran Cornwall, Charles Hart,
nate blood should not eat a liar things of no threat to the iators. John Leverence, S. K. Long, Rosalie
i heavy breakfast that morning. security of the United States and Pont and Stuart Ralph.
It's suggested you limit break- f' t asE its possessions, the new directivesaid. Interpreting the statistics, the Public Works William Crevasse,

fast to citrus juice, toast with Naval Aviation Safety Center Frank McKinley, F. A. Von Eberttein.
Supply Marcus Broome, Patrick
jelly or marmalade, and black concludes that if all Fleet pilots
It added, however, that since I Chambers, English Hilton Catherine
coffee. the possibility cannot be Ignored had been through RCVG training Stillman and Willian Williamson Miscellaneous
I William Harden and Rubye
It's necessary that donors do that reported UFOs may be the 182 accidents which occurred -
not partake of fatty foods Piper.
or hostile or new foreign air vehicles in the fiscal would
I year
liquids during the four hours
pre- of unconventional design,
have been reduced to 88. Marines In
ceding time for which the dona- it is imperative that sightings be I

tion is scheduled. reported rapidly, factually andas i The 94 acidents which would (Continued from Page 1))

After your donation, arrange- completely as possblle. have been prevented would have ing Detachment was inspected
ments have been made the ob- yesterday. Personnel inspectionand
(The Air Force defines a UF- I meant the saving of 49 airplanesand
tain a light snack at the Civilian CHORINE TURNS CROSBY a consequent saving of $49 drill began at 0830, along
Cafeteria. Meet piquant Barbara Fred- O as any airborne object which, with an administration inspec-

erickson who's just become by performance, or aerodynamic I million. tion. Barracks and facilities were
Mrs. Lindsay Crosby. That characteristic, or unusual features Attack Squadron 44, based at
LDOs E-9 Filling gives Bin g a total of three does not conform to known next on the agenda, beginningat
daugh ers-in-law who were NAS Jax, is one of the Atlantic 0900, followed by physical
(Continued from Page 1)) former chorines in Las Vegas, aircraft or missiles.) I Fie e t's replacement training readiness tests at 1000.

billets won't have any effect on Nev. AIR FORCE reports show no squadrons. At 1300, MARTD stood cloth-

their rotation schedules. ing and equipment inspections.

When a warrant( officer is due Following ,was inspection of
Non-Rated Men At NATTCenter Get-
for rotation he will be relieved bya supplies and administration of

warrant officer of the appropriate written training exams at 1400.

category, if one is available.If 'Sea Legs' With Cruise On Bronson Marine Air Detachment is last

none is available he will be re- to be inspected here. Inspectionof

lieved by a limited duty officeror officers and staff NCOs will
NATTCenter's Sea Familiarization
church services, the Bronson
E-9 depending how his long.When be held today at 1300. Physical
'billet has been redesignated.The Cruise II got the word was passed, engaged in simulated torpedoruns readiness testing is scheduledfor
underway aboard the USS "knock off ships work", a and then ASW exercises 1500.
warrant officer relievedwill Bronson recently for 50 non-' with helicopters of the local
found Drill and personnel inspectionwill
hungry crew out first
be ordered only to an ex- rated support personnel of Air Reserve unit. be conducted tomorrow at
warrant officer billet especially hand that chow at sea is the
identified in the ship station the Command. same as at shore station.It The Bronson returned to 08000, succeeded by inspection of
allowance lists. or After clearing the jettiesat was noted many had Mayport at 1600 Sunday. It the guard, supply, and the

Mayport, all hands were turned into their bunks long was noted that not all NATT motor transportation unit.
Bureau of Naval Personnel will Center SEAFAM II personnelwere Representing Maj. T. G. Ennis,
divided into groups and sentto before the sun went down,
control assignment of master engineering, operations, only to be awakened early the first to appear at Marine Corps Inspector General,
chief petty officers to ex-warrant and deck the quarterdeck, ready for the of Inspection Division, Head-
gunnery, supply Sunday morning for another
officer billets. BuPers detailing department for work and in- return trip to the Center. quarters MC in Washington, DC,
officers will issue quotas to en- structions. For most, this was day of indoctrination.The SEAFAM III is scheduledfor the three-man team Is headed by

listed rotation officials, who in the first time aboard a Navy water was smooth Sun- another group of 50 non- Col. Alfred H. Marks. Lt. Col.

turn will select the most quali- ship, and the surroundingswere day, and very few cases of rated Centerites March 19-20( Rolland .Marker and Capt. De-
fied rotation-bound E-9s to fill I Ronda Wilkinson also
seasickness found. After are on the
strange but not for were aboard the Bronson.
the billets. team.PIg8'6 .