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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 24, 1960
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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CLOTHES FOR AGADIR-Results of the drive held In the Sixth Naval District for clothing for needy children, left parentless and homeless by the eartn-
quake in Agadir, Morocco, have far exceeded expectations. "Operation Skivvy," as local Navymen have dubbed it mushroomed right from the outset. Navy military
and civilian personnel, as well as citizens from the Jax area plus scattered points in other state and territories, donated over six tons of clothing. The first load
I of clothing left the Station early Tuesday by aircraft for Norfolk. Sailors with no families pooled their money to buy new clothes. In panel at left Navy Wives Club I
members Mrs. K. G. Smith. Mrs. John Ryan. Mrs. James Delier and Mrs. Joseph Hagan (left to right) sort out clothing. In second panel.. G. L. Bostick, J. F. Ellisor
to and shipment.Station J. H. Freeman. of O&R begin the packing. In the panel on right, Tom Flynn, AN, and F. J. Cortez, AN, of Operations add finishing touch for packing prior


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To Paxon H S J11X CarQuals




Career Day Begin HereOver

Forty Paxon High School sen-
iors will get a first hand look
in Vol. 18 No. 3 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville Florida 24 March I960 170 students, flight In-

look at career opportunities ,..,....,..,..'..Y..6.'W..w.'w y..n'..,............. .,'....,....".." ...........,..".....,......,..,,,.... ....... ..'. .'. ..' ... .. ...... ... .. ... ..... ...... ...... ... ........
Civil Service and the U. S. Navy structors and enlisted men

tomorrow (Friday). y ;} from Advanced Training

The co-educational group will Command bases at NAS Cor-

arrive at NAS Jax at 1000. The w dbeQt> s pus Christi, NAAS Chase Field
young people will be divided in-
4 + 4yf and NAAS Kingsville, Texas,
to two groups for the majorityof
the tour. arrived in Jacksonville Sun-

THE GIRLS will begin their day for carrier qualifications -

Jax visit at the Supply Dept. aboard the USS Intrepid.The .
tS
where they will learn about manyof '5 student pilots are now

the interesting jobs availablein making practice carrier landingsat

Civil Service.At NAS Jax in preparation for

the same time, the boys $4 their qualifying landings which
group will tour O&R facilities. will be made aboard the Intre-

Here the future tradesmen may pid March 23 through 27.

glimpse many of the jobs avail- a t} :} { THE INTREPID was due to
able to men in. Civil Service arrive at NS Mayport yesterday

work. I morning. Planes and personnel
THE TWO groups will met at r of the three Texas bases, along
;
1130 at Industrial Relations fora : i. }Q.hfISkf I with over 50 ensigns from Aviation -
presentation on the qualifica- I Ground School at NATT-

tions needed to obtain Civil Ser- Center, and a detachment from
vice employment and proceduresused CAG4 of NAS Cecil Field, were
to select employees. to board the carrier at that time.

The group plans lunch at the %_' -.. v.:,<:<<};W.i\i"*; :\:,,<'i irr;:<<<;iIj;'s.:ti.:tr..t. +aYy:: :, } <" o ; Qualifications will be made on
Civilian Cafeteria at 1215. OPERATION POSEIDON-Admiral Arleigh Burke. Chief of Naval Operations, who officially .
Florida coast.It
the off the
opened the Navy's study on shipbuilding needs last Friday, is shown leaving the fenced-in. area Intrepid
Afternoon section of the tour of Building 411 where the secret meeting is being held with Mr. T. E. Shea (center) vice president is estimated that over 100
will be devoted to showing the of Western Electric Co., and Mr. E. I.. Katzenbach. chairman and executive secretary of students and refresher pilots will
seniors the Navy's enlisted men's the study group, respectively. Top Navy officers and an imposing group of industrial leaders and be trained during the four days.
scientists are on hand for the ten-day session, which has been named "Operation Poseidon." The
and women's jobs. The girls will conference which concludes March 27, is sponsored by the CNO and held under auspices of the This is the first time in history
be Invited to inspect the Wave National Academy of Sciences and National Research Council.
that Fleet Attack Carrier has
'take ride" in _H_______._ a
FAE-
quarters a a
been used for this purpose:
TULant link trainer observe Chief Asks For Gets
Operations at the NAS Tower MARINE GAINSAE The USS Antietam, which has

and glimpse internal workingsof been operating under control of

the Communications Dept. Near Stricken HONORSThe the Chief of Naval Air Training

The boys will see all facets of Duty CityKenneth Marine Corps came out for the past two years and has
on top with highest honors at been responsible for conducting
In
Navy aviation ratings action at
Aircraft Maintenance Dept. They Marks, Chief Aviation Electrician's Mate, pres- Aviation Electrician's Mate carrier training for students of

will tour Buildings 117, 200, 140 ently attached to NATTCenter, received orders on March 17 School with Pfc. Bryant Je- the Training Command, recently
and the Parachute Loft. The to Naval Station Rota Spain for duty.Mark's well as honorman. went Into drydock in Norfolk for
assignment is a resultof Pfc. Jewell, from Shawnee, a two-month overhaul period.
group departs NAS Jax at 1430.
her mother father, and brotherwas
Kans. at the March
his own request' made when was tops
missing. The family owneda 18 graduation at the NATT- THE TRAINING Command has
his wife, Yolanda, received word
Corps: Cites EM that her parents, citizens of Aga- small woodworking factory and Center Class A school. recieved approval from Com-
several commercial buildings in mander Naval Air Forces, At-
'Worth'The dir, Morocco were missing, after
Pro-Pay the recent earthquake which I Agadir, all of which were reportly lantic Fleet to conduct carrier
quality of work performedby leveled that city. demolished by the earth- TIDE TABLEHIGH qualifications training with an
enlisted Marines,has! definitely quake. LOW Atlantic Fleet attack carrier in
improved with advent of pro- CHIEF MARKS was stationedat Marks received word recentlythat A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. order to ensure continued carrier

ficiency pay, says Navy Times. Port Lyautey, Morocco when his wife's parents were be- Fri. 6:276:51: : 12:1012:35: : qualifications training of Ad-
he met and married Mrs. Marks.At .
According to Marine Corps lived to be still buried in the Sat. 7: 15 7:37: 12:59: 1:19: vanced Command flight students
the time of the marriage in
Headquarters, pro-pay has made"a (Please turn to page 6, cot 4)) Sun. 7:59 8:20: 1:44: 2:01: while the Antietam is in drydock.The .
June 1954, the Moroccan News
significant contribution to
reported the marriage to be the training will be run in
improve effectiveness". first between an American citi- I VA-16 Posts Safety Mark I conjunction with Fleet operations

Major Gen. Donal M. Weller, zen and a citizen of Agadir. which are being conducted under
Assistant Chief of Staff, G-l, offered Since their return to the Uni- i Patrol Squadron 16, presentlyon tions for safe flying in 1959 and operational control of Rear Adm.

praise for the pro-pay sys- ted States in April 1957, Chief deployment at Roosevelt was winner of the 1958 CNO Kenneth Craig, CommanderFleet,
tem before the House and Senate Roads, Puerto Rico, has a total Air Jacksonville.
and Mrs. Marks have been resid- of Aviation Safety Award.In ,
more than 26,000 accident-free
Appropriations Committees on ing at 5234 Witby Ave., Jackson- establishing their record,the
Marine hours as of this month. Comdr. Robert Witmer, Attack
budget hearing.The ville with their two daughters, Eagles operated in many partsof
General said that pro-pay Ambre Rose 4, and Cindy Lee 2. The excellent'record covers a the world, with a heavy sched- Carrier Training Officer from
awards have increased shipoversin MARKS WAS notified March three-year stretch dating backto ule of deployment commitmentsand Staff of the Chief of Naval Air

critical fields and have attracted 3 by French Naval authoritiesand Jan. 26, 1957. ASW alerts. Advanced Training Command

more Marines to those the American Red Cross that VP-16 received a 'commendation As a result, VP-16 has demon- is Air Group Commander for this

fields. his wife's family, consisting of from Chief of Naval Opera- (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 5)) operation.



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24 March I960
Psge 2 JAX AIR NEWS




}{ flJfl4jf3NAS. Safety USAF Posts MarkThe I CIVILIAN News In Review. I INew



Jacksonville& Air Force racked up an .
Capt. James R. Reedy ..... Commanding Officer all-time flying safety record in I Rating '
Comdr. Robert Nelson .....................,...,...... .....................................Executive: Offltcr fatalities from Performance majority of graded position
NAB Six; Fleet' Air Juktonvlll 1959 and said total Being Proposed have counterparts in industryIt's

Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig. ........................"....,.....".................................. Commander accidents were cut almost in System
Capt. Gr y.ton H. W.ber ..............""....................".............. Chief of Staff, F.W xapt. Hearings will be held by a expected the annual pay
Nelson M..ttead: __.._ Chief of Staff, NAB Six half.Particularly cited for its House Civil Service subcommittee findings will give a more ration.al .
Fleet' Air Wing Eltvtn record by Gen. federal employee basis for determining Class
Capt. Robert M. Milner ..............,............:.. ..................;.......................... Commander splendid safety soon on the salaries than
Capt. Charles L Lambing ............................. ..".............,.........,.. Chief Staff Officer Thomas D. White Chief of Staff, rating system. Legislation pro- Act past methods.
Naval Air Technical' Training Center was Military Air Transport Ser- posed would abolish the present The findings will be available to

Capt. Robert J. Fleming _..,_, Commanding Officer vice which flew over 2,400,000000 ,- rating of employees as Federal ,employee unions and
Comdr. Gerald R. Pearson ...........,.Naval...... HospitalCapt. :.........'.....;......... .....".... Executive. Officer passenger miles in its regularly annual"outstanding, satisfactory or un- other interested persons.

Alton C. Abernathy ............"..............,...."..".",.... ..".... Commanding Officer scheduled operations satisfactory." Previous BLS surveys of
Cipt. John G. Ftdtr ..............."....".....NARTUCapt. ................. ........ ....... Executive Officer Without a single passenger fatality Under the proposed measure, clerical workers have shown that

F. H. Holt ."...............".."................................................ Commanding Officer or injury.White sharp declines in the supervisor would have periodic the lower-paying Class Act positions .
Comdr. H. Hudglni .................................................... _____ Executive Officer Gen. discussions with employeeson compare favorably with in-
total accidents fatalities, destroyed -
Printed commercially with norvtpproprlittd funds In Jickionvlllt, Florida at no aircraft and mid-air collisions their work performance and dustry.
to the and In with NAVEXOS P-95 Rtv. July 1958. occasional written evaluations.The .
expense government compliance resulted in the new rate of 8.3 There is expectation that an
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Flttt Air Jsckionvlllt,
Naval Air Station Naval Air Technical TraIning Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air major accidents per 100,000 fly- present system is not working expanded survey may indicate
R..erve'Tr.lnlng' Unit and the U. S. Naval Koipltil. ing hours compate to the old CSC feels, because "95 per- some middle grade and many
Service Information Officer ........1.1.1.. Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnli Jr. 10.4 record set in 1958. cent of all ratings are satisfactoryand upper grade Class Act jobs pay
Assistant Service Information Officer ,... ........ Andrew H. Flinty The Navy had earlier announced there is no real evaluationof less than comparable positionsin
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporttn-Mat Spencer, J02; Gene Hagen JOSN; mark
,
Sam Bowman, SA. Photographer-Rotcot Carter, PH3. a new flying safety the employee." industry.
The Jax Air News U a member of the Armed Forces Press Servlct. Material with overall flight operations of *
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit It given. Photographs, that service 7.2 percent safety Class Career Training
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photograph. last year than in the previousyear ActIndustry
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone extensions Pay Survey StartedThe Programs ExtendedA
.
8164, 656, 272 or 216.
Bureau of Labor Statisticshas timetable 'calling for a new
wwwyrw.w.w,.:MMT( MMM1M.1 :r +v..' : .11i 1 ".r .'iiJilI executive
:<. .n initiated a plan for making career development
annual pay surveys of work in I program to extend down to employees

x. private industry comparable to ; in grades as low as grade

that performed by Classification I 5 within the next five years has

Act employees.The I been set by the Civil Service

Commission.The .
survey will provide data.

for the Budget Bureau, White i CSC has set up a new Of.

House and Congress.The fice of Career Development to

carry out the directive calling
annual report covering the
for intensification of the
first survey will be available late program.
The directive stresses the need
ta4,3k this year around November.
of training replacements for top
Plans are to release the report at
careerists In grades 15 to 18, 75
this time every year so It will
of whom due to leave
percent are
be timely for use in future pay
the Federal Service within the
1 ? legislation considerations.
; : : next 10 years.
,i. :}}t:.S The Bureau of Labor Statistics *
previously had covered only a
Workers Over 45
small number of Class Act positions

.,::4 R.d r.W"fic.: sets: n. S6s ..War (mainly clerks, typists, Still ProductiveIt's
IT'S GRADUATION DAY N.w. supervisors in various NAS Jax: department who success stenographers and related jobs) just not true that when you
fully completed the basic I supervisor training course pose with Capt. James R. Reedy (front in its industrial surveys conducted reach 45 your efficiency suffers. '
I center) NAS Jax: commanding officer after receiving certificates at a recent ceermony. Newly- in 20 cities. A ,conducted by the Labor I
appointed supervisors attended the 60-hour course designed to acquaint them with a complete study
understanding and thorough acceptance of the fundamentals of good management as well as the The new survey will be much Department shows that workers t'
effective application of principles of good supervision. more comprehensive in scope and over age 45 are as productive as

will include around 77 different younger employees, have a better

New Supervisors Complete FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION kinds of Class Act positions in record on absenteeism and are

60 cities. It will cover 80 cities more consistent in their performance. -

NAS Basic Training Course business next year.Position. will be .
Regular monthly coverage from The report shows that workersin
meeting of Branch 126, FRA, will grades GS-1 through GS-15.
Thirty-three NAS Jax employees received certificates for While it's recognized that some the 25-45 age group produceat
be held tonight (Thursday) at
completion of the Basic Supervisor training course at cere- kinds of Classification Act posi- about the same ,rate as those
monies Wednesday March 16. 2000 in the Branch meeting hall, tions are unique and not foundin over 45 and workers under 25

Capt. James R. Reedy, NAS fie Control Specialist, Operations 4530 120th St., Yukon. private industry the great produced at a lower rate.

Jax commanding officer, pre- 'Dept. and William Todd, Elect- William Swaney, Regional vice- --- -
President, will talk on legislation .
ronics Maintenance Technician,
sented the certificates and spoke
pending in Washington.An .
Operations Dept.
briefly on responsibilties of sup-
O&R Albert Diehl invitation is extended to all
ervisors. From are: ,
Leadingman Machinist; Marcus eligible Navy and Marine Corps
HE SAID, "Having completedthe Sammons, Leadingman Packer; personnel to visit with the Branchfor


supervisors course you are Joseph Stazenski Supervisory this important meeting. y

aware of what the 'course im- Planner and Estimator; Alberta Membership in FRA costs a .

plies how important good sup- Stice, Supervisory Accounts Main- person pennies a day which assures -
ervision is at your level. It is not tenance Clerk; Emmett Stogner 100 percent representationbefore

only important to have skill at i Leadingman Aircraft Cleaner; the Congress. It's common

your job but equally importantto Stephen Toland, Leadingman Air- sense when we say that the greater -

know the people in your craft Mechanic (Motor) and Tom the membership, the greaterour
charge and know that they are Turner, Supervisory Industrial possibility of receiving de-
doing their share." Engineer. sired results of legislation & > y

The 60-hour course is designedto Others getting certificates: F. Stockman Gladys Rousseau, Supervisory

train new supervisors in fund- A. Von Eberstein, Leadingman Stock Control Clerk; I.
amentals of good managementand Engineman Public Works; John G. Sellers Leadingman Fuel

effective application of the Stolarski, Supervisory Policeman, Operations; William Talbert, Supervisory
principles of good supervision. Security Dept.; Herbert StovallJr. Clerk; and Dorothy

EMPLOYEES receiving certi- ., Supervisory Policeman Sec- Touchton Supervisory Stock
ficates were: James Vaughn, Sup- urity Dept.; Lena Beck Super- Control Clerk.

ervisory Communications Specialist Also getting certificates Edward
visory Stock Control Clerk, Sup- :
Administration Dept.; Bar- ply;, Doris Ellis, Supply Dept.; Quarles, Senior Production
bara Moyer Appropriation Ac- Supervisory Stock, Control Clerk, Controlman, O&R; Orie Smith

counts Supervisor, Comptroller Supply Dept.; and Jack Fisher, Supervisory! Inspector, O&R;
Dept.; Lillian Weathers, Super- Hugh Inabmette Guard ... ..x'x.' ... *: w ...
Supervisory General I Supply Super- i ie Ut: :: Xii:*:imJH: I&i&.J1ij.v.!

visory Clerk, Comptroller Dept.. Clerk, Supply Dept. visor, Security; Joyce Baggarley, coveSLaGE SCOUT-Tom Tyler. newest member of the
George Grimmette, Supervisory Tabulating Machine I Operator SrfSCiUaiJk| receives congratulations from Capt.
ALSO FROM Supply are; A. J. James R. Wil-
Qualifications Rating Examiner Supply; Howard Geyer, Super- Warn Jax commanding officer (left) and
Hornsby, 131.
(General), IRD; Bert Poarch Jr., Fraley, Head Stockman; William visory Property and Supply The 14.year.old Scoutmaster youth has of NAS Jax.iponsored Troop 131 1 for

Supervisory Clerk, IRD; Donald Kimble Supervisory Procure- Clerk Supply, and E. D. Hoyle, almost three years Senior been a Patrol member Leader of Troop with the unit

Pistulka, Supervisory Air Traf- ment Agent; Ira Lindsey, Head Head Stockman Supply. and Fraternity.member of the oi'd" of the Arrow. National Camping
He's the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyler.

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24 March 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3



VA-IS Pilot Makes FDR's 4,000th CCA Landing I

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With the Sixth Fleet In the
Mediterranean Skyraider, relieved VA-176 of proach method which brings the in May 1957.
Ltjg( ) Ev Mac-
the Essex of duties in the "Med" aircraft to one-half mile astern In a ceremony upon enteringthe
askill and Tommy Ray Greer AN
,
March 4-Sandra Dee, to M/Sgt. and both members of Attack Squadron in mid-February. After taking of the carrier where the Land- port of Rhodes, Greer received -

Mrt. Frank Hendricks; Anthony Jean, to 15 part in exercise "Big Deal", the ing Signal Officer assumes con- a commendation from Comdr.J. .
made
recently news a-
AGySgt. and AAri. Jean fussier, and Leslie board the USS Roosevelt Valions enjoyed ten days libertyin Patterson Jr., VA-15 commanding -
trol.This
Marie, to S04 and Mrs. Bobby Jim Cun. the largest Mediterranean port, procedure enables carrierair officer, who said,
LTJG( ) MACASKILL made the
ningham. Genoa, Italy operations to be conducted in "I'm very pleased to designateyou

March 5-Donna Jean, to Paul Wilson, 4,000th night carrier controlled when weather conditions as low as 200 Attack Squadron 15 Plane
approach landing aboard the ship AFTER AN at-sea period of the Month. Your efforts -
AN, and Mrt. Wilson, and Linda Joy, to one-half mile Captain
March 4 and Greer was selected Ltjg( ) Macaskill made his CCA feet ceiling and/or towards making this squadron -
Lawrence Clark, A01, and Mrs. Clark.
VA-15 "Plane Captain of the mark, the Roosevelt stopped at visibility. one of the safest and most
March 6-Mark Arnold, to Charles NeffJr. .
., AD2, and Mn. Neff; Maureen, to Month" for February. the island of Rhodes, Greece, for LTJG( ) MACASKILL graduated effective units of the Navy are

Anthony Chiodinl, AEMCS, and Mrt. Ohio- The NAS Jax home-based fourdays.CCA i from Middlebury] College in greatly appreciated." VA-15 has-

dint!; Marjorie Joy, to James Seeker, A03, squadron, which flies the ADS is a radar controlled ap Vermont and received his wings flown 11,600 accident-free hours.

and Mrt. Seeker; Dawn Suzanne, to Sgt. ,w,

and Mrt. Joseph Martin Dianna Gail, to Credit Union 4 STUDENT

S/Sgt. and Mrs. Sydric Seger, and Eugene

Floyd Jr., to AGySgt. and Mrs. Eugene
McElhaney. Savings Are SLANTSAviation

March 7-Mark Damon, to.Lcdr. and Mrt.
Ordnanceman's School
Billy Phillips; Denise Jot, to Lt. and Mrs. Vital ForceSavings Rb '
Welcome aboard to Class 6010;
Norman Gearhart; Debra Rane', to Harris
it be small in number but
Union may
in the Credit
Hester, SHI, and Mrt. Hester; John Ar.
thur, to John Boulton, SN, and Mrs. earn life insurance for you, up watch out for big results.

Boulton; Kathy Lynn, to Ruttel Pedley, to the amount of your deposits, Class 6005 will enjoy being

ADJ3, and Mrs. Pedley, and Kenneth MI. reports Mrs. D. S. Breda, Mana- honor class for the coming week,

chael, to David Hayes, MM3, and Mrs. ger of the Jax Navy Federal Cre- ending up ten demerit points

Hayet. dit Union in Building 39. ,. from 5949, which took second.
\ Congratulations to J. E. Cain
This it's possible to ,
March 8-Nancy Elaine, to Robert Hef. means
Class 5949, and F. Rotzler, Class
lin, AB1 1, and Mrs. Heflin; Christina Ma. have as much as $1,000 worth of
rue, to S/Sgt. and Mrs. Hugh Ellis Char. life insurance paid for you by 6005, who walked away with

lene Vernocla, to James Grace, SHI, and the Credit Union. The life savings "Sharpest Sailor" awards this
week. This is the fifth time Cain
Mrt. Grace Joseph Russell, to Howard insurance program means <;.
Watts, YN2, ad Mrs. Wattt Melodie Anne, that every dollar you deposit has won this honor.
to T/Sgt. and Mrs. Ronald Daly Mary while in good health before age N. D: Gieske, AOCA, an instructor -

Kieran, to John Bernstein, HMCM, and Mrs. 55 is matched with a dollar of ) at AOB( ) School, has

Bernstein; Richard Alan, to Richard Knud. life insurance, up to the $1,000 ff been selected for Limited Duty

ten, AM2, and Mn Knudsen Charles Foy, figure.A Officer.

to James Nevin, DK1, and Mrs. Nevin, member who dies leaving 3 : .. Aviation Electrician's Mate
end Terry Lee, to Robert Spohr, A03,: $700 of insured savings will leave A4:5 School Class 6012 starts the

and Mrt. Spohr. his family not only this amount long trek this week, while Class

March 9-Samuel Richard, to S/Sgt. and but an additional $700 worth of 5940 rounds out its 22 weeks by

Mrs Donald Bugantky James Robert, to insurance.You graduating this week. B. J. Je-

Ralph Foree, GM3, and Mrs. Force Robert don't have to apply for well was top honorman.

James, to Robert Bilik Jr., AD2, and Mrt. this insurance. You do not haveto ar.rAf "'., .- '" ...- Welcome aboard is extendedto
Bilik; Baby boy, to Edwin Hurlburt, ADI, sign any statement or take GREENLAND ICE PATROL With aid of radar and map WO S. 11. Cooper who will
current position and description of Arctic ice is observed and relieve WO G. W. Stutheit
Marie,
and Mrs. Hurlburt, and Susan to medical examination. If you as
any charted by radar operator David Morrow, ATI (rear) and
Charles Holloman, BUCN2, and Mrt. Hollo-: deposit money while on the job, navigator, Ltjg( ) William Boguslawski on routine patrol over Phase Officer for AEB) School
man. prior to age 55, it is insured up Scoresby Sound off the coast of Greenland. The men are partof and Ensign E. L. Blick, new As-

March 10-Kathleen Patricia, to John to the limit. crew of a VP-18 aircraft, commanded by Lcdr. Larry Miller, sistant Training Officer for the
which recently returned from deployment in Iceland, where they "
,: Reynolds, AE2, and Mrs. Reynolds; Baby The cost of $1,00 of ordinarylife made regular patrols to record movement of ice masses. "spark chasers. ,
girl, to Edwin Tener, EM2, and Mrs. Tener; insurance runs about $20 a Hats off to Class 6006, honor

Baby boy, to Robert Farmer AMS2, and year if taken out at age 25. In I class of the week. They will enjoy -

t Mrs. Parmer; Baby boy, to S/Sgt. and Mrs. the Credit Union, you get $1,000 VP-18 Unit Back From I such luxuries as one all night

Charles Weber; Baby boy, to Elbert Fea- worth of insurance simply by I liberty during the week, and

gle, SK3, and Mrt. Feagle Baby girl, to depositing $1,000 of savings in Plotting Arctic IcebergsIn "head of the line" privileges at

Fred Akins, AEM2, >and Mrt. Akins, and your account. chow.

Baby boy, to Jesse Sprayberry, AMI, and Savings deposited after the The spotlight falls this weekon
recent years mapping of Arctic ice movements as it expandsand
Mrt. Sprayberry. 55th birthday insurance on the Phase I of Aviation Electrician's -
earn contracts seasonally has become vitally important to Navy.
-- a reduced scale as follows: from Through these chartings the U. S. Hydrographic Office can forecastice Mate School. Known among
They were sitting in the swingin 55 through 59, 75 percent; 60-64, breakups to determine where and when supply ships can enter students as "Air Fam," it's the

the moonlight alone. No word 50 percent, and 65-69, 25 percent. the once-forsaken Northlands. (about the size of a grand piano), only phase which handles both
broke the stillness for half an Recently carrying out the mis- AE and AO students.
I "growler"] (size of a house), or
savings insured before
hour until- Any sion of patrolling the vast ice "Air Fam"'s primary purposeis

"Suppose you had money," she reaching your 55th birthday are lands of the Arctic, termed by an iceberg. to indoctrinate students in the .

said. "What would you do?" insured 100 percent and remain many as Santa's own backyard, Thickness and type was deter- vairous aspects of aviation fund-
insured, to the limit, as longas mined by the color of ice forma-
"I'd travel, he said proudly. up was a unit of Patrol Squadron 18, amentals. The two-week phase
He felt her young warm hand you leave them in the Credit whose six planes and 150 men tions. Color ranges from pure under superivision of WO G. W.

slide into his. When he lookedup Union. The insurance is not reduced have just returned to NAS Jax. white to light blue and even Valentine covers such things as

she was gone-and in his as you grow older, unless SKIPPERED by Comdr. James darker to shades of brown. The I survival techniques, theory of
nickel. some savings are withdrawn. packs, which form from half- .
hand was a I
H. McGhee, the unit's six P2V7 flight, safety, aircraft handling
frozen "slush] and deposits from
Neptunes left Jacksonville in late and numberous other subjects
f .. glaciers thier formationin
} t7 .ftf.'y complete
; September for Keflavik, Iceland, I necessary to enable the studentto
when start break-
April, they
where amongst other missions, ing off. understand importance of the

they were to fly weekly ice pa- equipment he's working with.
Flying near the coast is extremely -
trols. First Aid classes held at "AirFam"
] hazardous, as many ice-
On each of these "hops," Lt bergs ascend 300 to 400 feet are attended by all hands

(jg) Gerald McDonald says the above sea level. Coastal moun- at NATTCenter.To .
I enable the student to visu-
flew distance of 1600
Neptunes a tains create an additional pro-
to 1700 miles' over a period of 10 lem. "Rising straight out of the alize what he's being taught, a
large display is located in center
hours. At an altitude of about a ice," Ltjg) McDonald says, "the of
lobby Building 423.
thousand feet, flights were made mountains form sheer cliffs 3
600 miles south from Scoresby to 4 thousand feet high." The The display shows equipmentused

Sound, just off the East coastof tallest of these reaches 13 thou- in survival, the various aspects -
of aircraft ordnance, and a
Greenland.]
sand feet high, he adds.
large scale model of an aircraft
During a large part of the OCCASIONALLY, when the carrier.

group's deployment, an Aero- weather. is bad, flights are made

grapher's Mate, TAD from the I by radar, which measures dis- example looked only a few miles
Fleet] Weather Facility at Arg- tance of the aircraft from the distant."

entia, Newfoundland, was attached coasts. Radar also serves in pick- This he accredits to the fact

: .. to the squadron. An experton ing up location of ice packs and there is no smoke, dust, water

) /( ._.- m ice recognition, he accompanied measuring their distance from vapor or ."for people from Los

PUBLIC WORKS BENNY SUGGS These two Public all ice patrols. the coasts. Angeles," no smog. There is a
Works employees, Edward Crews, (center) and Drexel Hall, received BESIDES plotting the ice, he "Clearness of the Arctic air noticeable lack of man-made objects -
for beneficial suggestions. Crews was
presented awards$10 for recently his suggestion of design and installation of provided vital information regarding amazed us," Ltjg( ) McDonald re- at Greenland. "We could

shields attached to boilers in the power plant to prevent oil ice formations if it ports. "The air is exceptionally often fly as much as 600 miles

splashing. Also receiving $10, Ball suggested installation of pres- was new, pack or shelf ice. Then clear and everything appears and never see anything man-.
sure relief valves to be set in scotch-weld processing of HTL he determined size of the pack- much closer than it actually is. made. Everything there is pure
Presenting the awards is Capt.J. .
and. Henry HUL rotor Etter helicopter NAS Jax blades.Public Works Officer. whether it was a "bergy bit" i I Mountains 80 miles away, for I nature!"



Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS 24 March 1960



PeoplePeopleContest I ..i. With TheToastmasters

Nears 114 r \ rrrr:



Deadline DateHave St. Patrick's Day was! theme o

last Thursday's meeting of Mar-

you helped "sell" the Nav Toastmasters Club 2280.
United States to people of
Shawn Miner, toastmaster,
other countries?
started the program by intro-
ForceRegister -
The Army-Navy-Air Forces Writers ducing the topicmaster, Turk
and the Armed
League are offering $500 in I % : 1,211 ff Foster. All of the latter's sub-

prizes for letters telling what I jects were about the customs and
traditions of Ireland
you've done to boost President

Eisenhower's People-to-P e o pIe Spud Tillman started the

Program.AS speaking portion of the program
A MEMBER of the Armed with his No. 4 speech "Little Peo-

Forces (active, retired or reserve) ple and Wheels;" "Shillelagh"

or a civilian associated with the Huskin used "Anniversary of a

services, a person is in an excel- Saint" for his No. 7 speech; Bill

lent position to help acquaint "Old Sod" Hood gave "There's
citizens of other nations with the Gold In The Rainbow" as his No.

true meaning of "the American __..'w... '''<<....._ 6 speech, while Bill Kellogg spoke
Way of Life." PUBLIC WORKS COFFEE-Capt. J. Henry Etter, NAS Jax Public Works Officer, (left, rear) for five-minutes on "My Fav-
instances poses with six employees of his department at an informal coffee geMogelher. Capt. Eller Instituted orite Vacation Spot'Don
It's the little "is6latcd" these informal monthly gatherings as a means of recognizing outstanding workers. Front
that, taken together, give row (left to right) Leo Shepard. Utilities Division: George Baughtman, Maintenance Control Muller was general evalu-
folks of other countries an idea Harry Cross, Maintenance: William Bradley, Transportation, and William Jon *, Maintenance. ator while individual critics were
is like and Rear. Capt. Etter and Charles Harker, of Construction and Inspection Branch, ROICC.
the U. S.
of what ------ Foster, Blackie Morris, Ed Wrightand
what it stands for. Riley O'Collins. Tillman was

Service personnel and civilian Whites To Replace BluesIn voted speaker of the evening.
*
employees are being urged to ,
start thinking of contacts with Dave Moomaw has been selected -
foreign people-during overseas Uniform ,Switch SoonThe by the Navy Civilian Toast-

tours, or perhaps right here in Sunday March 27 masters to represent that club in

the United States. white summer uniform, including short-sleeve white ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL the Area Eight Speakoff at

PICK OUT the incident you shirt introduced to Navy enlisted men last year, will be uniform 0830-Service of Worship. Strickland's Town House Restau-

believe is a good example of"PeopletoPeople" of the_day for whitehats ,in the Jacksonville} area beginning 0930-Sunday School, three- rant on April 23.

selling. Sit I next Jbriaay long white trousers. year-olds through adults, Build- Chosen as alternate to Moomawfor

down and write it in no more Thursday, March 31, will be Also approved as an alternate ing 722; Adult Bible Class, Chaplain the contest, which will pit the

than 1500 words. last day undress blues, authorized uniform for enlisteds (other than Wolfe, in Small Chapel. best speakers from six clubs and
uniform aboard the Station 0930-Service of Worship. to which wives and friends have
Fancy style isn't important,just chief) this summer is a new white
simple, clear English. It's im- since November, will be worn for tropical long uniform, consistingof 1100-Service of Worship. been invited, was Walt Stanul.

portant that the judges fully un- seven months. long white trousers, short- 1830-Teen-Age, Senior High The club's installation banquetat

derstand what you did and why THIS YEAR, as last, there is sleeve white shirt and white hat. Fellowships and United Fellow- which newly elected officers

Type your entry doubled space no optional period for wearingof APPROPRIATE rating badge ship of Protestants, Building 722 will be seated is set for next
and use one side of the paper the summer and winter uni- and Small Chapel.
Tuesday at 1900 sharp at Karl
must be on the left sleeve of the
only. No entries will be returned. forms during the semi-annual Lenten Devotional Services are Hellenthal's Restaurant. Wives
shirt, but no neckerchief is to be held each
change. being Wednesday at
Mail your entry to: People-to- worn with it. This uniform} and 1930 in All Saints Chapel.A and friends are also invited.At .
People Contest Chairman, The Beginning April 1, undress undress white Alfa with neck- Tuesday night's session at
Army-Navy-Force Register 2020 white Alfa or Bravo is authori- erchief are authorized for lib- cordial invitation is extended Cumberland Center the group
M Sgt. N.W. Washington 6 DC. zed as uniform for enlisted to all to attend these services.
'men erty wear. .* heard of the travesty of justice
or The Armed Forces Write'rsLeague i other than chiefs. While undress against the Merchant Marinerand
1832 NE 7th Terrace, white Alfa includes long white For officers and chiefs, the ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL other non-v terans in the
tropical khaki long uniform will 0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass.
Gainesville, Fla.Background trousers and jumper without a civil service employment, from
I Mass will be celebrated at St.
neckerchief, Bravo authorizes
information on Paul Ames in his talk on "Imita-
wearing of,the white replacing Edward' Chapel Monday through
People-to-People can be obtained -- T-shirt with I Friday during Lent at 0600 and tion Justice"; Dick Baber spokeon
-
through I&E offices and lib- formal dress, the tropical uni- 1645; Saturday at 0800. "Shaping Our Destiny"; the

raries. form white long or service dress Devotions each Wednesday at replacing of manpower by pig-
t eons in an authentic assembly line
white uniform may be worn after 1930.
March Auto Vehicle next Friday. ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL inspection experiment was related -
by Junior Teske in his "In-
Women officers and enlisted Naval Hospital spection Is for the Birds"; and
Stickers 0630-Mass.
ExpiringPersons women may wear the working Paul Mori opened all eyes with his
+ 2Y '"py uniform or the new service 0930P"ntp.ct.ant Worship Ser recitation of skyrocketing taxes.

owned motor operating vehicles aboard privately-the 'ress light blue uniform with vice. One example: If all the taxes,

Station are reminded that March Garrison cap this summer, or federal, state, city, etc. were removed -
they can wear service dress'blue Christian Science from
gasoline it would
date decals will expire next
Bravo the year-round. Service Tuesday, 1900 Small Chapel. cost two cents per gallon.
Thursday, March 31.
dress
white can be worn when
To avoid detention at the gate (cripmonies occasions or duties

because of an expired sticker, 'Indicate a more formal uniform

persons with March decals not DURING
summer months, wo-
yet renewed should go by the
men may dispense with tie and
Pass Office at the Main Gate
hose, and, in case of service dress
and renew them as soon as pos- blue Bravo
the jacket, from sun-
sible. rise until 1900 aboard the Sta-

Documents needed for renewal tion.

include valid insurance (10/20/5 Women's
liberty uniform includes -
bodily injury, property damage), service dress blue Bravo, rI
current state registration iden-
service dress light blue with
tification card or badge and gloves, or working uniform
valid driver's license. SUMMER AGAIN I Sailors gray .
with
gloves. '
aboard the Station will put I \
the woolen blues after
away Enlisted
men wear dun-
Navy Wives Club Votes March 31 as they put on whites with blue may
for the next seven months of garees working cap or
Mrs. Lenz New VeePeeMrs. warm weather. Vincent Giar- white hat if they are engaged in

Joyce Lenz was installed dini. AA, of NAS Military Personnel work of such a nature that wear-
appears anxious to don ing of the r..
vice-president of Jax Navy Wives uniform of the day
Club No. 86 last week. Mrs. Lenz the cooler apparel. would be impractical. The cham-

was former Nursery Chairman.The Christian Science Talk bray shirt is not required with
dungarees aboard the
Club voted 10 dollars in There will be a free lecture Station.

merchandise from the Not New entitled "Christian Science: The For additional information on
Shop to be given to the Adagir working uniforms aboard the
Solution for Mankind's Entangle-
disaster, which members also Station, personnel should con-
aided by helping count and sort ments" by Arch Bailey, C. S. of sult NAS Jax Instruction 1020.3Eof

donations. San Francisco, Calif. Monday, Dec. 3, 1959. For Jacksonvillearea NATTCENTER CHIEF RETIRES wrrAHVlatenw.Y' .x/OOPYY.i+>>X:.ivN.v...

Twenty-five dollars was votedto March 28 at 2015 in the Hotel uniforms, details are also Medical(left) leading Department chief of the Naval AIr Technical-Patrick Training Newton,Center HMC,

be given to the organizing ofa Robert Meyer Auditorium. The available in ComNabSix Instruc- service. Congratulations retired last week following 20 yean Naval
are
forthcoming
new Station teen-age center. public is invited. tion 1020.1G of June 2, 1959. Moore NATTCenter NATTCenter Dispensary.Medical Officer, during from a ceremony Capt. Jerome In the



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1960
JAX AIR NEWS Pifl* 5


olf ers Decision


orgia Squad a JAE47rlk nfl



Links Opener ( !JvwsAt [U.5.11 S ri;


he Jax Navy varsity golf team

ned its 1960 season with an

?ressive 17-10 decision over

U. of Georgia, Sunday at Naval Academy Sports

NAS Jax links.ig .


rgia's Bill Cobby Scarbrough Ware, blanked 3-0, in Teams To Play Here '

ature match, setting the pace .J
(
I Jax Navy's win. Five Naval Academy varsity athletic squads swing into

arbrough teamed with John I 11 k"- action this week against college and independent oppositionin

t to upend Ware and Al Bell, activity that includes 13 separate engagements covering
.
1,1. Bell # -- --
| tripped Kerr in a lour aays.Approximately.
les match 2-1. 80 Academy League. Sunday they oppose the
Columbus Jets of the AAA Inter-
other action, John Brim (G) athletes arrived last night at
I1 NAS Jax via a chprtered TWA national League.
led Joe Van Vactor, 2-1; Jer-
Z BOTH GAMES are open to the
(JN defeated aircraft to hold their Easter vacation
oley ) Billy i: \ I M spring drills. public, free of charge, and beginat
2H-1 Bill Koressel
sn, ; (JN) MEMBERS 1330. The stadium is located on
ed Don Patterson of the baseball
3-0 ande
,
U. 90 Beach.
S. at the
Adams (G) dropped Curt 1 RJ golf, tennis, track and lacrosse
The be
public will also able to
man, 2-%. teams, who have been confinedto
view a special lacrosse exhibition
mostly indoor conditioning up
ubles action Folpv nnri between the and
Yale
saw Academy ,
-
to now, will waste little time in
,
factor tieing Brim and Gib11 n n whose team is also drilling here.
CAPTURE MAINSIDE TITLE It's all smiles for the taking on foes in scrimmage.The .
%, while Koressel and Naval The match is scheduled for Sun-
Hospital which captured the Mainside intramural basketball Middies lift the lid off their
an shut out Patterson ands crown in a 63-54 win over defending champion VW4. day at 1500 at the Gator Bowl

30.Le The Hospital underdog in preseason caculating, Is. now facing spring grind with a baseball with the public invited and ad-
NATTCenter for the All-Station title. Front row, (left to right) clash against Jacksonville Uni- mission free.
Charlie Pascal Sam Securro. Dale Green and Larry Martin. versity's Dolphins on the latter's

Ruth Rear, Tom Buffano, coach A. C. Clay Dennis Ikerd Capt. diamond today at 1500. The Middies Here is the complete schedule:
League Alton C. Abernethy, Hospital commanding officer Carroll Baseball
who
19 and lost five
Moody, Arnold Radowicz, Robert Jacobsmyer, and Ensign B. A. won March 24-Jacksonville U at
Jones Jr., officer-in-charge. last year, are Eastern College
ners Eyeing League defending champs. JU, 1500; March 25-Salt Lake

City, Jax Beach, 1330; March 26
ORTEGA LEAGUE FILLS Coach Max Bishop's baseballers
:tice Sessions will have the honor of openingthe FSU at Mason Field, 1330;

March 27-Columbus Jets, Jax
tration and initial 1960 season at NAS Jax when
try- MAJOR LEAGUE ROLL Beach, 1330.
5r Ortega Division of the they host the Florida State Uni- Golf

vy Babe Ruth League are Managers and coaches of the six major league teamsin versity Seminoles Saturday at March 24-Timuquana', Country
Mason Field at 1330.
led at fields three and four the Ortega Little League have filled up their rosters NAVY'S Club, 1200; March 25-San Jose

r legheny, Rd. aboard the following two weekends of tryouts. The Twin Hill League is will have starting lineup againstJU Country Club, 1115; March 26-
Chuck
Lir Station Saturday, April still in the process of filling! rosters. the mound and Harvey Davis Cybul on Quadrangular meet with FSU, JU

.900..in Boys not making 'a major league and Selva Marina at Selva Ma-
White Stewart Badinbrook, Wil- behind the plate Dick Brown,
.[boys '13 through 15 years team's roster are urged to ; rina C. C., 1000; March 27-triangular ,
liam Keenan, Creg Austin, Eric first base; Jack Matechak second -
living within an area en- compete for positions on eight meet with Rollins, Jax
Ruff, Bob McLocklin, Roger In- ; Bob Bates, third base; Gary
' passed by the league bound- minor league teams. Navy, at NAS, 1100.
'a.H invited gram Larry Green and Mike i Bagnord shortstop; Joe Bellino,
to attend. Tennis
| YOUTHS LEFT after the min- Blanchard. left field; Ken Vaughn, center-

[t}$rca includes communities ors are selected will be put intoa field, and Fred Marsh, right field. March 24 Riverside Tennis
Team Five-Jim Tyler, G. M. Club
Boone
Park 1700 March
,
r1w
;
fa, Ortega Forest Venetfa.Wconnett farm system to be taught the JU will start either freshman
' Beyer, D. B. Price, Bill Dixon, 25-Florida State, Boone Park,
east of fundamentals of baseball.
Blanding Ray Vogel or Bill Jackson on
W. S. D. L. Lancaster
Montgomery 1300 March
27 Rollins
Blvd.! Yukon: Naval Housing, Comprising teams in the Orte- the hill, with Rodney Jacksoncatching ; Boone
G. D. Bretsnyder, W. J. Park, 1400.
,Orte J..1.J1lls, Orange Park andDoctor's ga circuit are: VA-44 Hornets Frazer, R. B. Ambrosia, J. W. ; Gary Reichow, IB; Track

1 Inlet. Scott Ayers, Dan Bowler, Robert Everett Bondurant, 2B; Havard
| Kerr, Dick Hartley, J. J. Arnold, March 26 Florida Relays
\ I :cannot j. compete in Babe I Van Metre Steven Pyne, Mike Mike Murphey, R. Alleyne andJ. Roey, 3B; Earl Moccia, SS; Jim Gainesville.

'111U he reacnes his 16th Tower, Billy Locker, Edwin i R. Land. Lynch, If; Wayne Williams cf.,

; ,|. before September 1.ims I Clarke, Lloyd Carter, Dennis and Jim Moraski, rf. Lacrosse

of 15 players will bed I Gorri, Charles Gould, Jon Ault, United Electric-Bill Hudgins, The Middies are in for a tasteof March 27-Exhibition match,

jjfor the Ortega division Lee Wedekind, Larry Eulenfeld, Robert Linz, Dwight Hume, rough diamond opposition Fri- Yale vs. Navy, Gator Bowl, 1500.

mptition for the 60 slots Mark Haulsey and Cregg Jones. Randy Stokes, Ken Trainor, Alex day and Sunday. They travel on I

is ( cted to be keen. VW-4 Hurricanes. R. Wilson Muka, John Davis, Mike Jones, both days to the Pittsburg Pir-
Flier Baseball
'"' Steve Riddenberry Tom Dredge,
\ .. .terested persons, especial- L. J. Zinn Dale Howard, ates training camp at Jackson ,
Ken Gritting, Charles Hudgins, ville
w: Jr' e with sons who will be Luke Elliot, J. G. John Joe Robert'Brockman Beach Friday they play the
G. E. Goodner, Salt Lake Candidates To
' :: ired, are requested to call Seager Charles Covington, D. H. City club, defending
,:" and Robert Davis. champs of the AAA
ifowler, temporary chair- Ferrari, Richard Brown, D. M. Pacific Coast
"'
iat NAS extension 758 or at Ferrari, Tommy Bush, Steve Begin DrillingFirst

'; 1f 3483. Scarborough, Jay Shapiaro, R. E.
Jt Landcaster and Tom Bowden. y'y4Y practice of the year is
,. fret league organizational scheduled
afternoon
Monday for
Ling is planned for next Tues- FOREMOST Dairies "Half
the revived Jax
; Navy varsity
at Pints"-Bill Van Sise Ronnie ;j '
,y: l 1930 in Building 955. baseball team. First
Johnson, R. P. Johnson, R. P. game is
tentatively set for around
Coonan D. Shore R. D. May '1.
,r Beyer,
;NATTC Fishing.Rodeo L. T Kelly, J. F. Stose, Bruce '.tJ Workmen have been putting

Planned Jolley, D. R. Casey, H. P. Maul- Mason Field into shape for the

din Edward Turner, M. J. Para- pre.season workouts and the diamond -

The fourth annual NATT- ,.diso, B. Murry, Billy Stose and expanse is said to be in

nter Fishing Rodeo is sche- Tip Messina. good shape as hopefuls get set

led to begin April 1 and NATTC "Techs"-Ronnie Sar- to start battling for berths on

ntinue until June 1. .gent Gynn Berree, Wayne Sawn- the club.

,There'll be two months to jog Lee Southerland, Gerry Practice is carded every week-

for prizes to be awarded .Kreider, David Burke, Robert .; i. 55 t. y day at 1530. Veteran Flier men-
j>'r the largest catch of the {; 'S: tor Frank McCaffrey will again
i
Mowing, species: bass, bream Belles Continue To Falter I 4ir be at the reins

perch, crappie, speckled
In EM Wives Such formidable
BowlingThe opposition-_
out, drum and sea bass. _,, .. ,4yr,4/
league-leading Yellow Belles g; Parris Island, Fort Gordon, Pen-
will
There also be a prizer ,: S
the largest catch of any lost three games again this sacola Navy,> Memphis Navy,,_JU

ind of fish. week, this time to the Green and I Florida Freshmen are 'eac-

Official entry blanks wille : Hornets in Enlisted Men's Wives pected to be, "signed to fill 'the. .

locals' schedule.,
forwarded to all athletic bowling action.

(representatives. Fishing licenses The Tan Tigers lost three to I ,d Men interested in trying 'out

are on sale at Building 614. the Pinkies, while the Blue Birds, I II for the team are asked to, bring
SEARCHING FOR WATER Many things had to be done
in last place took two from the. their own shoes and glove.
I in order to ready Mason Field for the fast-approaching baseball
Col. H. M. White Owls. The Tan Tigers went
[ Magruder, Kaneohe, Meanwhile, the announcementhas
season including watering the field with aid of sprinklers like
awaii, -MCAS commander, tied from second to fourth place. the one shown. A lot of work went into locating the many been issued that Mainside intramural

immy Ukauka for the Pro-Presi- The Blue Birds' Katherine Fel- underground metal connections with coach Frank McCaffrey, softball is slated to begin -

ent-Press golf championship at ton was bowler of the week (left) connecting a sprinkler to an outlet while W. M. Jonesof April 18. Some 16 teams
Public Works uses a geiger counter to search for another
aneohe for the second straightear. with a 145 average and 170 ser- outlet. Varsity practice is slated to begin Monday. The Naval were represented at an organiza

ies. Academy plays on the field against FSU Saturday afternoon. tional gathering early this week.March .



Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 24 March 1960



Unequaled Opportunity Hero >t ...

You Can Become Real'Salt'


For Rent
Unfurn hit, large yd. Tile kit & bath.
At Sailing ClubHave Corw to NAS, $75. per mo. 1307 Hamilton -
St, RA 50211.
2 BdRm frame hie, kit equip. Large
you often stood on the shore or on a bridge and lot. $45. mo. Lake Shore 1309 Ellis Rd.
EX 8-3433 after
watched small craft darting here and there on the river? 1800.
3 Rm furn apt. Prlv bath. $13.50 wk.
Perhaps then. you have wished you knew how to sail. 557 Oak St. EV 8-9686 after 1700.
LOCA TJD:; at one ox me finest Upper studio apt. Compl furn, tncl
sailing sites in the country, Jax at the Naval Academy. He sailedon linens & silver air cond. Old Ortega.
men and women have an un- the varsity team in 1941. He a ,a+' Conv to NAS. EV 8-9886 after 1700.
equaled opportunity to try sailing has also sailed yauls, large crui- Furn garage apt. Utll! furn. 1428 Windsor -
sers and Racing Star boat. PI. $65. mo.
a
as a sport or to try competitive For Sal.
sailing, says the Sailing I, Clements, of Washington, D. C., I U Bath 3 BdRm hie In Oak Hill., by
Club's Commodore, Comdr. Ver- first became interested in sailing S 9 oner. Hdwd floors an garage. Large util-
when he 12 ity rm. Carl Smith, 6605 Albacore Rd.
non Anderson of FAW-11. was years old at a
'4 Partially furn h.. & corner lot. Will
The Navy Jax Sailing Club has summer camp"for boys. "By the S'S also exchange or rent. 621 N. 4th St.
been active for three years and time I was 14, says Clements, "I Jax Beach. CH 9-4196, on zoned business.

at present boasts a membershipof was racing my own dinghy on the 3 BdRm, 2 Bath h.., large liv rm,
25 regular members and Chesapeake Bay." laundry & storage rm, sep dining rm.
eight Tile floor, $850 dn, $1700
"LATER relates the brown : carport. equity.
associates.
active duty Regular military members personnelin are haired sailing enthusiast, "I raced :s..ur.; ...n: ;'t.r $88.14 12339. per mo. Stacy, ext. 427 or SP

the Jacksonville area and Lightnings in the President's Cup 3 BdRm CB h.., tile bath & kit.: Hdwd
associate -
Regatta and in other regattas on kY floors. Stove & refrig, Air cond. GI equity

NAS members Jax employees.THE are dependentsor the Potomac River. In the Presi- ,",""''''ii';M'.:'".n: .,."...nr'.:r.:w.:""r.." ....,::::.:":..,.:r. "..........,... ... /'. ."-"......,.,,. ...,............,...w....,...,,".'....i.i..i;...<.......:.:.".:.. $2,000, $68.50( mo. pmts. SP 11389.
dent's Cup I took a third place." 1 11 Bath, 3 BdRm hse conv. to NAS,
CLUB sails in the greater PREPARE FOR RACING-Porter Wooten, SMC, of NATT- Cecil. Sep din rm, screen porch. Air Cond.
Jacksonville Since then Clements recalls, "I Center Special Services (left) splices line while Comdr. Vernon Washer, dryer. $750. dn. 2234 FourakerRd
Sailing Competitionwhich raced a 42 ft. cruising sloop on Anderson of FAW-11 and Club Commodore examines the sail EV 73040.
includes the Florida Yacht the Potomac, the MIT dinghy and for the Navy Jax Sailing Club's sailing whaleboat Ichi Bon. In 3 BdRm, 1J Bath. GI mtg 4Vt%, 65.
Club and the background Bill Clements AA of Mainside Special Services
Rudder Club of the Raven of the Coast Guard mo. (Immed occup. Fenced yd. 3807 Ren-
Jacksonville. (kneeling) and Bruce Steinfeldt ACW3, of VW-4, add final touchof dale Dr, Cedar Hills. Low equity. SP
Academy and Tempest dinghys at paint to the old craft's hulL The crew will compete in the 12449.
Available for sailing are five Maryland U." Ml. Dora, Fla. Regatta this Sunday. Ortega Hills h.., 3 BdRms, 1 U Bath.
Rhodes Bantam 14 ft. racing sail The Club is designed for both -------------- Lg back yd. VA 4%% loan. Low mo

boats and a' 30 ft. whaleboat that novice and experienced small Medical Student Chief pmts. 7413 Greenway Dr, EV 9-5858.
has been 'adapted for sailing. In craft sailors. "In fact," says 3 BdRm CB hse with carport.. Conv to
NAS & Cecil. $200 cash $55 Finish
addition, there are five fiber- Comdr. Anderson, "Over 90 per- mo.
Inside & save $3,000. EV 9.7120 after
glass catboats on hand for recreational cent of our members had never Enthusiastic Fan 1700. I'
sailing. sailed prior to coming to Jax. Navy Miscellaneous

The whaleboat, which has been We give new members a compre- WANTED Two women to live In h..
cristened the Ichi hensive training course before' Recruiting veterans for the Naval Air Reserve and procuring near NAS. Yd, pool, laundry meals. 1414
Bon, was fish- college men for the Navy's Flight Training programis Plainfield Ave, Orange Pk. CO 49220.
ed out of they try any actual sailing. Then
a swamp in Panama a hobby for Edward Basdekian, chief hospitalman.The LOST I long triangular silver earringIn
City two years ago. Since then they receive their first instruc- personable Basdekian Is a Operations area, on Mar. 7, 1430
the craft has been undergoing tions in the boats with a qualified member of NARTU Jax's Air month he makes the long trip sentimental value. Reward. Notify Prlepke,
extensive skipper." from Gainesville to his duty PHI, 8422 during working hrs or EV
renovation with
.. club Wing Staff 74. One weekend
a 4-5618 after wkng hrs.
members doing all the work. The clubhouse is located at station at NARTU.
the foot of Ranger St. on the Sta- DUTY STATION SWAP Johnny L Tip-
The Sailing Club regularly WHILE ABOARD, he serves pint, FN, of MT Div lent. Res. Fit, Box 46,
participates in State and National tion. Anyone interested in sailing Comdr. Bailey with the Medical Dept. at the New London, Conn., wants swap In Jax
may contact Comdr. Anderson at area with FN or SN.
Championship Races Mainside Dispensary processing
for the FAW-11 or Bill Clements at the .. ._ ..
Rhodes ----
Bantam Class. The last Fish Camp.NAVY. New SkipperFor records of fellow reservists and 1'077
/ big race was the National Championship displaying his craftsmanship with k. JAY 41if '

held 'at Miami in Jan VA35The the "needle."

uary. STRENGTHAT The N ART U representativemakes

Comdr. Anderson and Bill fourth oldest aviation it his business to inform 4R f

Clements AA Sailing Master, 612,000The squadron and third oldest carrier potential Naval Air Reserve

tied for third place in this face. Navy's manpower aviation unit in the Navy, Jack- members on fine points of the 4 4rft

Bernie Berger AN, took seventh strength is now about 25 percent sonville's VA-35, changed com- organization which offers part-
place in the same race. of the total Armed Forces manding officers Monday in cere- time work' and liberal benefits.

THE CLUB is way out front in numerical strength,, accordingto monies at NAS Jax. "Bas," with an enthusiastic approach -

standings in the Bantam Class in a Department of Defense Comdr. W. F. Bailey relieved, is quick to invite atten-

the Greater Jax competition. The report. Comdr. H. W. Foote who had tion to Navy Flight Training, '

Club's fleet of five Bantams now All of the services total skippered'the,squadron since Oct. available to young men with two

holds the top three positions on 2,490,843, including 611,803 7, 1958. or more years of college.HE .

points. Comdr. Anderson is in the Navymen. HAS served four'years ac- yIli
number one spot. Navywise, this represents a Comdr. Bailey comes here from tive duty volunteering during
decrease of duty in the Office of Naval Intelligence ,
23,404 men compared -
Two "skippers" the Korean conflict in 1950.
with the most ; July
Washington D. C.
to figures of one ,
year
experience Chief Basdekian has been
are Comdr. Andersonand a
Marine is Comdr. Foote's new post will be
Corps strength
ago.
Clements. Comdr. Andersonfirst Combat member of NARTU Jax since i
171,299. as Information Officer
became interested in sailing aboard the Independence. I October 1953.
During the week Basdekian r a.
assumes the role of full-time .u".. '.: """ _- ......
student'' at the U. of Florida Nt VGR; SO POPULAR-Lol.
where he's a senior in the Schoolof lobridgida is not falling down,
as the photogenic Gina proves
Pharmacy. in this lens study. For
Y f k Already possessing a BS degree further proof. see' her in "Solo-
in Biology from Florida mon and Sheba" and with
Southern College the Navy boos- Frank" Sinatra in "Never So

:J I ter plans to continue his studies. Few.

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(Continued from Page 1)) strated! again the ability of Navy

f .remains of the factory. *It was patrol squadrons to safely con-

I 3 tR+. ; frj also mentioned that there had duct intensive flying operations
*
yr 1. been digging in the area for five throughout the world and under
{r? Sy3 } r?.
y_+j} rq days, but due to poor equipmentthe the'most adverse weather con-
k workers were forced to stop. ditions.A .

i Marks originally requested statement by 'Comdr. L. T.
i tn;;Fi!frisii:t.a.; x{ ::k: :<:r6:: : :yf';
Yr f'':.:4 {rf' ir 9. +. thirty days leave to visit and Barco Jr., squadron commanding
M yt:} : I help in Agadir. Capt. Robert J. officer commends the unit for
}') I Fleming commanding officer of its performance, attributing suc-

NATTCenter, sent a request to cess of operations to proper men-
the Bureau of Naval Personnel tal attitude maintenance ability

recommending that the Chief and and operating efficiency of all

CPO WIVES CLUB INSTALLATION-New officers have taken' over reins of tfce WAS Jax his family be transferred to one hands.
CPO Wives Club. The incoming officials are shown following their installation last week. Left, of the American bases near Aga- VP-16's current deployment to
to right. Mrs. Jesse Bush, parliamentarian: Mrs. Reuben Mitchell board member Mrs. Ray Red Roosevelt Roads is in conjunctionwith
narcik. chaplain; Mrs. Robert Kohler past president) Lt. Boreczkv. NAS Cecil Field chaplain who dir since it was apparent the antisubmarine
of At-
installed the officers Mrs. Edward Weller incoming president Mrs. Jerom Sternberg. vice president family would need considerablemore stages
: Mrs. William Hicks, treasurer and Mrs. Elmer Phillips, board member. Mrs. Elliott Richards I lantic Fleet exercise "Operation
secretary, was not present for the ceremonies.J time in the area. Springboard 1960."






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