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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 1960
Frequency: weekly
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Station Maps Big Anniversary Plans



An elaborate two-day cele-
,. lr bration in commemoration of appearance of Secretary of the granite pillar bearing a bronze tion address.

the 20th Anniversary of the Navy Honorable William B. plaque, situated in the area ad- Adm. Towers, who was pre

Naval Air Station is being Franke; an airfield dedication jacent to the Station's Opera sent at the Naval Air Station

planned for October 14 and creemony,' and an open house tions Tower. commissioning 20 years ago whenhe

15. featuring the Blue Angels, the On hand for the ceremony, was Chief of the Bureau of

Navy's famous flight exhibitionteam. which will be open to the pub Aeronautics, was one of the pio-
EXPECTED to be the biggest
lic, will be the Secretary of the neers of Naval aviation.HE .
event of its kind ever held here
the ,' The two-day affair will be Navy, along with Navy and civic WAS born in Rome, Ga.
celebration will be jointly
sponsored by the JacksonvilleArea launched Oct. 14 at 1400, with officials. and after completing 45 yearsof
ADMIRAL Charles P. Mason Naval service retired in Dec-
Chamber of Commerce and the dedication of the airfield at
(Ret.), first commanding officerof ember 1947. He died in April
the Navy.IT NAS Jax as "Admiral John Tow
the Naval Air Station and a .
WILL include receptions I ers Field. Mrs. Towers, widowof long-time friend of Admiral 1955.A community rally sponsored

and dinners; a community rally; the Admiral, will unveil aI I Towers, will deliver the dedica (Please turn to Page 6,.Col. 2))

late Admiral ,
John Towers Chief of the Bureau
of Aeronautics when NAS "
Jax was commissioned, who
will have the landing field here
named in his honor during the
Station's 20th Anniversary celebration
Oct. 14 at 1400.VA165 flws


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Newest Of .

Vol. 18 No. 7 JAX AIR NEWS 8 September 1960
NAS UnitsAnother .
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the ranks of squadron NAS Jax j joined tenant ;_ \ Fewer FY '60 Flight

commands when Attack

Squadron 165 was put into _
commission here last week. Mishaps Reports NavyThe

The squadron, commanded by ,

Comdr. C. H. Yeagle, is part of Navy has reported a 25 percent reduction in its

new Carrier Air Group 16, also aircraft accident rate and a 43 percent drop in carrier air-

commissioned last week. craft accidents during FY, 1960, as compared to FY '59 fig-
THE AIR group was formedto ures. -

meet the expanding needs of Vice Admiral Robert B. Pirie, though modern aircraft are more

the Atlantic Fleet caused by the Deputy Chief of Naval Operat- difficult to land.
recent decision to keep three attack In FY'60 fewer airplanes were
-
: ions (Air) said "For the first
carriers with the Sixth ',ai\\\j\\\, time in the history of Naval avia- destroyed, and fewer accidents
% :< involved fatalities, but this im-
Fleet at all times. ry tion, the yearly accident rate
>" '
VA-165 is flying the ; provement has been slow In com-
prop- dropped below two accidentsper
:.. driven AD Skyraider. Other units 10',000 flight hours." ing, says the Navy.

r of CAG-16, include VF-161, VF- ,, 'WHILE'"THE' fllghTtime .....THE.FATAL,...accJdenUDU;..--.,
"" : :i t : total
I .. iI:: ;
162, VA-163 and VA 164, all to : : tality rates per 10,000 flight
: ii :!&t i In the Navy has steadily de-
be stationed at NAS Cecil Field. "'.,._..".,........V ,....,.9 "" ,............_ ,...:."_....-"."..,..,,.,_;:,:_: ._ creased the five hours have tended to remain approximately -
over past years
ACTING commanding officerof MEDAL WINNER Curtis Cross, FT1, a patient at the the same over the
Naval Hospital, receives the Navy-Marine Corps Medal from the Navy's carrier operationalhours years because of the increased
the) air group is Comdr. R. P. Capt. William L. Engelman Hospital commanding officer, for where the accident po- severity of accidents in high per-
Coogan, who is skipper of VF-162 heroism while a crewmember aboard the USS Topeka last tential is highest have gone up. formance aircraft.
which flies the F4D Skyray. spring. Capt. Engelman presented Cross the medal on behalf of
VF-161 is flying the F3H De- the Navy Secretary and President of the United States. Lookingon I Another change worth notingis During FY'60, low-altitude ejections -
are Cross wife, Hazel, and five-year-old, son, John. that for the first time in Naval using new equipmentwere
mon, and VA-163 and VA-164
aviation history there were fewer not as successful as during
both fly the A4D Skyhawk, accidents in the landing phase the previous fiscal
Hero Wins year.
Peacetime
CAG-16 is the fifth air group
than in the in-flight phase even However, fewer pilots tried to
from the Jacksonvillearea.
operating
ride their aircraft in as did in
The others are CAG-1, Navy-MC Medal HereOn
FY'59. These crash landings, according -
CAG-3, CAG-10 and RAG-4. Armed Forces
to the Navy, were almost
the roll of patients at the Naval Hospital is a always fatal.
Strength
Marines I time hero recuperating from injuries sustained while peace-I DropsThe THE ALL-TIME record low accident

DropActing' attempt to prevent certain injury and possible total numerical strengthof rate is the result of effort -
I the Armed Forces on June
shipmates. was awarded for: "Sustainingsevere 30, was 2,465,500, acording to by many individuals and
RanksIn Curtis Cross, FTl, was awarded injuries while carryingout commands, not the least of whomare
the Navy and Marine Corps preliminary reports. This rep-
and three
this daring act, Cross, by his the 37 squadrons
resents a decrease of 6,619
Medal for heoric conduct April
carriers which the coveted
New won
and selfless effortsin
PolicyWashington courageous from April 30 and a decrease
20 while serving aboard the guid-
Chief of Naval Operations
1960
behalf of his shipmates, up-
of more than 40,000 since June
ed missile cruiser, USS Topeka.
(AFPS-The Ma- held the highest traditions of the Annual Aviation Safety Award.
30, 1969.
rine Corps has eliminated the CROSS WAS petty officer-in- United States Naval service." Jacksonville based, Photo-
Current figures for the serv-
charge of a ship's personnel detail -
word "acting" from all enlisted graphic Squadron 62 and Cecil
Cross' wife Hazel, also received -
ices.are: Navy 611,034, Marine
assigned to lower the bore-
rank titles. It also designatedJuly L. field Fighter Squadron 14 were
letter from Capt. F. ,
a Corps 171,350, Army, 868,116,
1, 1963, as the cut-off date sight and collimation tower of Jr. commanding officer : local recipients of the 1960 Naval
Pinny and Air Force, 815,000.
the Topeka's missile guidance
for complete conversion to the (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1)) I Aviation Safety Awards.
new enlisted rank structure.The radar system.
While Cross was in the tower's
directive also stipulatesthat
staff sergeants (E-5)) will container with three shipmates, PATROL SQUADRON 18 REGISTERS

be considered staff NCOs until the guy wires to the. tower were .1

July 1, 1963, after which time released and the tower fell. He

they will be sergeants (E-5)) remained in the container in an 100 PERCENT FOR NOV. ELECTIONstates

and not staff NCOs. effort to reduce the rate of the

By the cut-off date all enlisted tower's fall by using his back as Members of Patrol Squadron -
and of the local area, all officers and men of the squadronhave
Marines will 'the rank a support. 18 have registered a new
carry those eligible to vote had either signified their intentions to
Cross, in doing so, endangered his for units at NAS Jax.
first
title appropriate for their pay registered by absentee, appliedfor fulfill their civic responsibilitiesand
life but allowed his men to -
grade under the new rank struct- escape All men eligible to vote an absentee ballot or indicated exercise their privilege of

ure. Also they will have had an certain injury and possible have registered in their res- a desire to vote in Duval voting."

to for death.A pective states for the Nov. 8 County or an adjoining county.An Meanwhile, it was' announced
opportunity qualify new
CITATION signed by the election Lt
general reports expedition was taken to the I
ranks as a result of promotion. Honorable W. B. Franke, Sec- (jg) J. E. Hickman, VP-18 Duval County Courthouse for all that Voting information Week for

Those who do not qualify will retary of the Navy, acting for Voting Officer. those wishing to register in this the armed services has been designated -

be re-designated. A Marine the President of the United States THIS IS THE first known report county. They went to the registration as Sept. 11-17 by the
accompanied the Navy and Ma- of locally-based squadron -
any of
counter enmasse. Secretary Defense.
serving as a sergeant (E-4) on
rine Corps Medal, and both were. to record 100 percent regis-
July 1, 1963, for example, wouldbe COMDR. R. A. Sampson, VP-18 Purpose of the special week
presented to Cross by Capt. Wil- tration.
re-designated as a corporal liam B. Engelman, commandingofficer Within a few days after Lt. commanding officer, commentingon will be to intensify a campaign

(E-4)), and the same procedurewill of the Hospital.The (jg) Hickman informed person- the excellent record, says: already begun to "get out the

be followed in other ranks. citation stated the medal nel of the voting laws of the 50 "It's gratifying to know that all (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 5)HONOREDThe



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"' ss. ''Jf.J..l.le .. ', Over $900 In Benny Sugg
'
I 9 I l\\ .: : : SIt.

,
.' Checks Awarded 31 HereBeneficial

HAS, .Iacbonttle Sunday, September 11
bpt. James K. Reedy Officer ALL SAINTS'CHAPEL Suggestion cash awards for July totaled $943.50 and
Comdr. .t Executive
Robert N on Officer: civilian
C830 S,nric. of were presented to 31 NAS Jax employees.
MAl *bt) Fleet Air Jtclcso.vfll Worship \
tar Adm. Kenneth Gail'" ______ Commander 0930-Sunday School thrte- I Rufus Meriwether of O&R trolling the sandblasting machineas
C pt. Grtytton H. Weber Chief of Staff, Fairfax year-olds through adults, Building Dept. received the largest check,
C pt. Nelson M. Head Chief of Stiff, NAB Six for for his suggestion, the operator has complete con-
$120
Fleet Air Wteg EIe.._ 722; Adult Bible Class, Chap- one trol of the machine at all times.
Capt. Renfro Turner, Jr. Commander lain Wolfe, in Small ChapeL "Pneumatic Scraper for Rotor CAPTAIN J. HENRY: Etter,
Capt. Murlln W. Alley Chief Staff OfficerNaval 0930-Service of Worship. Blades."
Public Works Officer also
Air Technical' Training Unit IT IS A specially designedtool pre-
1100 Service of Worship.
Capt. Robert J. Fleming Commanding Officer sented awards of $15 to Jesse
blade in
Comdr Marion K. Smith __ Executive Officer 1830TeenAeeSenior High using a phenolic a Newsom; $25 to Oscar Kohler;
steel holder, powered by a pneu-
Naval United
H.ltal Fellowship and Fellowship -
$30 to Murl' Creasy, and $20 eachto
Capt. William L Engelman Commanding Officer: of Protestants, Building 722 matic rivet gun, for removing
Capt. John 0. Feder L__ NARTU Executive Officer and Small ChapeL aluminum honeycomb foil from Simkins.Lawrence Williams and Eddie

e e'e the 'trailing edge of the HRS and
Capt.: F. H. Holt Commanding OfficerExecutive Louis Hysmith of Security
Comdr. William M. Miller ,OffIcer ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL HR2 S rotor blade spars while
received
Dept., a $20 Beneficialg
PrInted commercially with non-appropriated fundi In Jacksonville Florid at no 0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass. processing. Suggestion check, and Elmer
expenie to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958. e e e James Sumpter of Public Works Phillips of Operation Dept., a
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian pereonnel of Fleet Air JacUonvllle, ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL Dept. received $115, the largest
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training' Unit Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air Naval Hospital0615Confessions. award from his department, for $55 check for' his beneficial sug-
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hotpltal. gestion.
his "Remote Controlfor
suggestion,
Service 'Information Officer "_- Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnli Jr. Other O&R awards presentedby
Assistant Service Information Officer .._ Andrew H. Pitney 0630-Mass. Sand Blasting. Capt. Thomas B. Haley, O&R
,
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Feature Editor-Mae Spencer, J01; Staff Reporters-Sandy 0930.1015-Java Club. A remote control activator Officer, were: $5 each to Thomas -
Martinton JOSA; Sam Bowman, SA. Photographer-Roicoe Carter, PH3. 1030-Protestant Worship Serv- valve was installed on a lengthof '
Dobson and Robert'Steavens
The Jax Air Newt U a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material ice. hose running from the sand- ,
appearing 'In this publication can be reprinted providing credit la given. Photographs, e e e blaster nozzle to the blasting Jr.; $15 each to Arthur Brown' ,
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photographs. Lester Smith, Thomas Dolan, Edwin -
Christian Science tank. Remote control provides a
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone .. Ryan and Robert Sheese;
tensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. Tuesday, 1900, Small ChapeL safe and efficient method of con- $12.50 each to William Edmondson -

.' -,- ,.m and Walter Z. Tarr and $22.50
Naval Institute each to Richard Harris Jr., and

,.j:: Royal Hight.

Essay ,ContestIs O&R AWARDS also presentedwere

\ .., : $25 each tQ Elmer Hall,
AnnouncedThe ,.4; Lloyd Kussmaul and Sterling

ii Moltz; $10 to Preston Wade; $30
U S. Naval Institute has :J$ each to Claude Mann Jr., Lud-

announced its 1960 General Prize ,, :, I wig Nowotny and Herman
Essay Contest, to all civil- (
open Weide; $20 to James Panipinto;
ian and military personnel.The I .j l $35 to Richard Martin; $45 to

contest, underway now, ) ) Charles Wetherbee, and $55 eachto
closes November :
1. / Ronald Butcher and W.H.
Top prize in this prestige con- Chance Jr.

test will be up to $1500, depend-
Perry McCray and Albert Lut-
ing upon the merit of the win-
ey, O&R received $20 additionalfor
ning essay. Additional awardsfor iitit'AT ';' thir beneficial suggestion.
the top essay will be a gold of
Letters Appreciation were
medal and Life Membership in .:
the Naval Institute. presented Bernard Kinn, Alexan- 4'
; :> der Dennis and Leo Duncan, all '
:
Essays may be on any subject .,'. of O&R.
"
and should be analytical or inter-

pretive and not merly an exposi- ",.,".
tion or personal narrative. Shipover Barriers

They must be typewritten. _, __ ._"'..w.._
-- --
-
For EMs EasedThe
legible, double spaced, on paper RETIREMENT CEREMONY-Grover Turman (fourth from left) Construction Inspector
approximately 8 1-2 x 11 inches (General) with the office of the Resident Officer.in.Charge of Construction aboard the Naval Air Navy has removed two
Station receives 20-year service pin and retirement certificate from Lcdr. J. E. Waihburn, Deputy
barriers
to reenlistment of
in duplicate with each enlisted -
copy com- Resident Officer-in-Charge of Construction upon his retirement recently. Turman, employed as
plete in itself, and not over a construction inspector in this area since 1956, also received a Letter of Recognition from Capt.J. men.Formerly.
5,000 words. W. Gordanier 6ND Public Works Officer. At ceremony are from left (front row) C. E. Rick barred from reen-
The author's name should not em C. A. Harker, Turman Lcdr. Washburn, Lt (Jg) R. E. Hutto 'and F. W. Branch. Rear, W. H. listment were men who had fail-
Goodloe N. P. Bullington. G. J. Henry and O. P. Sullivan.
appear on the ,essay, but insteada ed, in 30 months, to advance
motto should be included on from grade E-3 to E-4.

the title page. This same motto New Strategic.Target Nursery PlansKindergarten Another barrier, only partially -
should also be typed on a sheetof
removed, was that of barring
paper along with identificationof reenlistment of the man who, because -
the author and sealed in an Group Gets Endorsed1The Applications are being tak- of the number of his dependents -

envelope. The motto is also put en at the Navy Wives Nurseryon had difficulty in meet-
outside of the Child St. aboard the Sta-
on envelope. of Defense establish his financial
*' decision by the Secretary to a ing obligations.
The envelope will not be tion for both the junior and
ed until the Board has made open-its Director of Strategic Target Planning and staff to continu- senior kindergarten fall term Bureau of Personnel has announced -

selection of the prize-winning es- ally make necessary plans for the initial strike by the na beginning this month. that, at the discretionof

say. Essays and the identifying :tion's nuclear delivery forces is a most important one. It is a Junior kindergarten accepts the man's Commanding Of-

envelope must be mailed in a decision the Navy unequivocally supports.A children three to four years ficer, he may be permitted to re-

large sealed envelope marked old, while the senior depart- enlist.
"General Essay Contest." Joint Planning Staff is being' formed from all the ment accepts five yearolds.The .

The awards will be made services to provide required centrally-directed planning nec- fifth birthday must fall

known and presented to the suc- essary in carrying out the mission of the ,new group. The before Dec. 31. I Scouting I


cessful competitors at the annual Director, Air Force General Thomas Power, is directly re- Tuition is 12 dollars a

meeting of the Institute on Feb. sponsible to the ,Joint Chiefs of Staff. month. Transportation is a- ....F A W-11....
16, 1961. Send entries to U.S. vailable from Station housingand
Five enlisted of the FAW11 -
men
Naval Institute., Annapolis, Md. His duties as Commander-in-Chief of the Strategic Air Dewey Park. Car pools Staff have won advancementin

Command are entirely separate from his new assignmentas have been formed in other
rating or have been given pay
the The Navy is to providethe areas in the past.
T Director of Planning group. increases.
THIS WEEK'SBRANTWSTER
Deputy Director and has assigned Rear Admiral E. N. Sharing the welcome bit of

/ / Parker to this job. The reason worry kills morepeople news are G. S. Autry Jr., ATC,
than does work is that who goes to permanent appoint-
The names of certain parts of The new plan does not call for any rearrangement of
more people worry than work. ment. Winning coveted proficiency -
our bodies are used in other established national military policy.A .
to
command
or changes "pay are three who now get
fields well. For example, "To
pry into"as could be answered with single strategic command of nuclear delivery forces is not | Rhymes of the TitcioaBy P-l pay, J. D. Small, TE (RM)2;

"TO NOSE." Now, what partof part of the scheme. J. R. Price, RM1, and G. A. Harp,

the body is --- The decision has been made and the Navy will exert every POING- RM2

1. Courage? 2. To poke fun at? make the work the the Secretary THINGS Recipient P-2 proficiencypay
possible effort to system way d is R. G. Cleaver, RM2. New
3. The core of anything? 4. To ONE ByONE
endure? 5. Little bovines? 6. To of Defense intends that it work. In true Navy tradition, THE HARDEST Staff arrivals include H.: C. Rou-

tote that bale? 7. To peel off? 8. Navymen will contributes as much to the Planning group as TASKS % sey, YN2, and Harp.
Departing for West Coast dutyis
ARE OFTEN
? 9. Pass by trickery '
An edge
11. A possible in order that its vital mission may be met success- DONE.gan. L. F. Gratias, RMSN, who reports -
10. Discharge the bill? religious our rlr
.. s to the USS Hamul.I .
edifice? 12. Impudence? fully.



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:1 Classified, '- ." ., .' : I VA MARKS MILESTONENew I FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION

'- '- co' .'f
York (AFPS) It's VA 170 hospitals when the
(The Jax Air News (is prohibited operates peak average WWII
cake and candles for the Vet- which admit half a million veteran reaches his 65th birth- LO AL YIn ,
by Defense Department c
d regulations erans Administration this veterans each year. '\ n.11 ,
"
from listing commercial day.A
advertising. year as the organization cele- One of the VA's major pro- new facet of the program 0\"IIOClAfiOIt 7YN

brates its 30th of serviceto blems in the the absence -
Ads in this column are limitedto year past was provides a sliding scale of M
the nation's veterans. of any national policy benefits based on the veteran's S\ C Ic
1- housing, for rent and sale
In July 1930, President regarding the number of hos- financial need. I
s. rooms, lost and found items and
Hoover signed an executive pitals and beds it could oper- Other benefits provided by
r, miscellaneous (such as rides
order creating the VA as an ate. Under a new policy established the VA include compensationfor Yukon Branch 126 of PEA is
- wanted and in
swaps duty assignments agency of the Federal Gov- last year, it can service-connected disabilities due to meet for its regular
;er. .)
ernment. At that time the maintain a 125,000 bed level. vocational rehabiliattionand monthly meeting Thursday, Sept
No
ads are taken
'h all by phone, veteran population was about The average age of veteransis special grants for the severely 15, at the meeting hall 4530120thSt.
must be submitted
personally 4.5 million rising, with a resulting increase disabled. ., at 2000.
ie or by mail. The Jax Air
News World |War II and the Kor- in demand for VA pen- Providing these services is a All career enlisted men of the
reserves right to edit all ads.
ean conflict caused a tremen- sion benefits. business and is conducted as regular Navy or Marine Corpson
y Deadline for ads each weekis dous increase in the numberof at least the
second enlistmentare
such but the Veterans Ad-
Ig Tuesday at 1200)). Nearly a million disabled ,
veterans who now with welcome to join. Membersnow
!r FOR SALE veterans are receiving these mininstration still exists for
their families make up more get a free FRA cap when

a Ortega 2 bdrm, brick home, swim than 46 per cent of the total benefits and the pension pro- the benefit of the individual they: earn a gold membership

1- pool, patio, fen air cond. Equity 3500, population. To serve them,the gram is expected to reach its veteran and his family. button award.NA'rl'Unit's.

by owner. Sadie Turner, EV 8-7313 after -
AE "B" School

'dl 1700 wkdayi, or Ext. 3347, NATTU. Class 6033 and AO "B" School

R Cedar Hills Estates 3 bdrm home
2
.nJx Navy Relaxes Class 6034 are to be guests of
- baths, 4%% GI Equity, $86 per mo. Branch 126 at next Thursday's

IS, D. C. Anthony, SP 13205. meeting.The .

n, Furn or unfurn 3 bdrm. home. Sarah -
I- J. Coleman, EV 93048. 1 $ ff : i\ I Plane Ship Branch'is planning a birth-
k day dance and buffet supper for
e; FOR RENT f
I Sept. 17 at 1900 at the meetinghall.

1- Furn. apt for young working man or k Liquor Laws .

,0 woman. Mrt. Ida Beliiarlo, EV 8-5203. $ Q j Regular meeting of the Ladies

Riverside furn 2 bdrm $80
apt per for all Auxiliary, Unit 126, is set for
Good news Navymen
was
1dd mo. E. A. Hieb, EL 4-5335 or SP 11878.
2854 Corinthian announced this week in a changeto tonight (Thursday) at the meeting -
Ave partially furn. ,
hall at 1930,
11, 2 bdrm. house, kit, equip, with efficiency Navy regulations. In
a message to FRA members,
Men will now be able to
19 apt to sub-let Included, $75 per mo. Branch 126
president Ike Hetz
10 New 2 bdrm apt tile kit & bath, transport alcoholic beverages for
says' ,
waterfront, prlv. car port, schl, bus & personal use ashore aboard ships
1m "Many shipmates be-
and aircraft at the discretion of growl
mail by door, $75 per mo. Mrs. Bacon, the
the commanding officer. cause recent session of Con-
0; CO 49190.
to Liquor will be in the custodyof gress failed to pass anything con-
THIS 'N' THAT
the officer in command officer structive for career service per-
or -
:h Veterans full
or part time work In I sonnel.

H. Naval Air Reserve, good pay, rapid advancement in, charge of the ship, craft, "Before
we growl too much
or aircraft. It will be trans- ,
excellent fringe benefits,
however
let
us this
answer
ported in sealed
only packages
t- early retirements. Full-time as .station- ,
question 'Am I
a qualified, registered -
marked
securely packed, properly -
alno keepers weekend War '
or part-time as voter?" If the
answeris
and in with
, riors. Apply Bldg. 901, NAS lax or d g'ykaNs laws and compliance regulations. customs 'No' then you have no right

re call EV 9-7711, Ext. 268. to gripe.
__ Current customs laws permi t
[nill- Riders Wanted from Lake Shore, e S : < a "Remember,, it Is our American
Cedar Hills, Wesconnett, 0730-1600( vie I- NATTUNIT EM CLUB-A .;7iM enlisted men Americans returning from abroadto duty to elect the best mentor
and women of the 'Naval Air 1P.ctnlcal Training Unit is the bring in a gallon of liquortax
Collins Rd. Call EV 77116.
EM Club located in Building 593. Hours of the club are 0630 free. offIce. Our legislators, you

0800.2300 and from 0900 to 2300. Also know dedicated
i 2200 weekdays Sundays Persons are to work for
bringing liquor aboard
located in this building is the EM lounge. those who support them
Beauty Shop Now ships are also required to file a
'If you're not registered
go
statement with the commanding

NATTU EM CLUB IS officer stating the quantity and to the Courthouse on Bay St. and
Following "
Open do so. It costs nothing.
vo kind of alcoholic liquor broughton


n- Vast Face Lifting MEETING PLACEBuilding The board.statement will also con- VP-30 Officer

tain the information that the im-
n- NAS Jax women will be hap-

py to hear that the Navy Ex- 593 at NATTUnit.is usually the gathering placeof portation is in compliance with Becomes

Ice change Beauty Shop located in many Bluejackets. For in this building are located the customs and internal revenue Lucky

Building 25 is now reopened for EM Club and EM Lounge for the Training Unit. laws at the place of debarkation.

The EM Club opens every Bank DepositorDisplaying
business. Junior hostesses from the down-
the week at 0630.
morning during
lIng The facility has just under- town USO Club come to the
Under the supervision of day TIDE TABLEHIGH a big grin of 111'prise -

>e- gone a complete face lifting. New R. E!' Cheney ,the club dances. LOW Lcdr. ,Edward McCarthy
manager,
dryers and booths have been installed Both the Club and Lounge
accepted a $500 Saving Bond last
becomes the meeting place for I A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
let
to give patrons maximum would like to extend an invitation -
open week from
Ed. O. Clements
Ass'tCashier'
students during lunch and for dependents Fri. 10:38: 10:57: 4:16: 4:46: ,
service. to all hands to in '
shopping at the Navy come Sat. 11:28: 11:46: 5:01: 5:39: and Manager of the Na-
In addition, the reception room for a visitAny suggestions for val Air Station
Facility Officeof
Exchange.AT Sun. -:N- 12:17: 5:50: 6:34:
inon has been relocated and refurnished improvement are also welcome. the Barnett National Bank.
1600 THE night manager.
in eye pleasing blue and Lcdr. McCarthy received the
)f-
Act/Sgt. Jay Clevenger, opens
pink furniture.The fii.: ;!'- ;: bond as he became the mil-
one
the dance floor, turns on the TV .
shop also features a cen- :g i'}: rr.y lionth depositor at the NAS Fac-
set, and lets the juke box play $
air conditioner and heat
tral 'h' ility Bank. He is attached to
: ''y'i ;
all hands. '
pump unit. This unit will pro- for the enjoyment of VP-30 as a replacement pilot."I .
rel During the week, the club stays
vide distribution of cool and
even guess I'll just save the bond
l until 2200. On weekendsthe
warm air as the season dictates. open Saturdays rSr; !>:,,'K sii'yy!: for the children's education" said
0800
club is at
opened -
Hours for the shop are 0830 to the Navy pilot. "I have four
and 0900 on Sunday until -
1630 Monday through Friday and children and so I'll be able to
2300. A redecoration is plan-
Went- Saturdays by appointment only. put that bond to good use," he
ned in the club in the future.
continued. .
The EM Lounge, which comes
ay Admiral Burke Sets under the direction of the NAT- ; : "This is my first assignmentat

Jax and it looks like
a good
TUnit Special Services, opens
of CNO Term RecordAdm. every evening at 1600. It is also place for duty" said the lucky

rc, Arleigh Burke will soon located in Building 593, at opposite depositor.

ntici- complete the first month of his end of the building.IN Lcdr. CcCarthy's last assign-

ment was as Administrative Coordinator
THE LOUNGE, records are -
unprecedented sixth year as Chiefof y :
get supplied for listening enjoymentof Gc4 ASW, at (OP31) CNO,

)2; Naval) Operations. personnel. Two pianos, mag- in Washington. D. C.

Irp, This is the longest term any- azines, TV room and letter writ-

one has held the Navy's top mil- ing spaces are just a few of the ; ; "OK, why were you late this

I1cyrew itary position.A conviences provided. Mrs. Eu- ,y morning?"

veteran of 38 years Naval lalee McHugh, senior hostess, is yyyY" "a': _____ "We had a party. There were

ou- .. :..YH__ g
u
service, Adm. Burke became CNO present each day. .J..JtOI. :;o. y..u i eight of us in the house and the
LUCKY DEPOSITOR-Ed O. Clements, (left) manager of
utyre in August of 1955 after having Each month a birthday partyis the NAS Jax Facility Office of the Barnett National Bank alarm clock was only set for

for the whose birth- presents $500 Sayings Bond to Lcdr. Edward McCarthy after "
served as Commander Destroyer given men seven. (This one is over 1,000
made the
the latter one-millionth deposit at the facility. Lcdr.

Force, Atlantic Fleet. days fall during that month. McCarthy is a replacement pilot training at Patrol Squadron 30. years old,)



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Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS 8 September 1960 .



Sales Unit Designer Mainbocher Is Cited By- Navy- For Uniform 11..

Dallas, Tex. (AFPS) The
Opens At Navy's Meritorious Public the Waves, Capt. Winifred R. ACCEPTING the citation, Main- air of tradition and authority (

Service Citation previously Quick, at a ceremony here.It bocher recalled that "it was not that generally only time seems

NAS SiteThe awarded to civilians for was not only unprecedentedfrom an easy assignment as it was my able to give. It had to command

achievements in defense produc- the Navy's view, but it very first uniform. One problemI respect from both the onlooker n

Consolidated Surplus Sales tion, technology and science- marked the first time the world did not have-color-it just had and the wearer. n

Office of Jacksonville opened its has been awarded to the man renowned designer has consented' to be Navy blue."I "To my way of thinking," b

doors for business on Sept. 1 at who designed the Wave uniforms, to receive an award of any kind. WANTED this uniform to Mainbocher added, "the ideal un'I

NAS Jax. The Office Is under dress blues and. whites, 18 years Since 1942 when he designedthe have a practical, wellgroomedlook iform is one that not only is

the management control of Bu- uniforms for the newly-or- that was chic and modern," comfortable at work and trim n

SandA and the military commandof ago.FAMED couturier Mainbocher ganized Waves, they have been he .told his Wave audience. and smart on parade but also is t,

NAS Jax. (Main Rousseau Bocher) received -, standard for the Navy withoutany "And at the same time I want- trim and smart at work and cornd

THE JAX OFFICE is one of the award from the director ofAnswers change. ed it, from the first, to have an fortable on parade." v
eight Navy selling activities to
... .. tl
functions of con- } KO : ,
a pstt
the alt"
perform :} 't. :. ..
"
solidated office. .. ", PeoplePeoplep:
The CSSO's have been'estab- I

lished in 25 geographical areas to
f
Gets
provide a single sales office to i Program
t .
sell surplus property for all military -. d II
installations within a mar- Reserve Boost

ket area.
Capt. James R. Reedy, NAS When two NARTU Jax Re- c

Jax commanding officer, cut the. f fr serve units leave here Sept. 12 a

ribbon opening the facility last'. for their annual two-weeks sum- a

Thursday. Other top ranking local mer training, they'll take with r

officers were present for the them books'and teaching aids for

ceremony including the new of- I '.: citizens of other countries. c
.t
ficer-in-charge, Capt. Bernard L.I In a king-sized effort at supporting J 8''

I McCreery Assistant Supply Of- the People-to-People i il,

ficer, and T. E. Forrest, supervisory program of the United States,

j Property Disposal Officer vt.>.". Patrol Squadron 743 and Trans-
. of the Activity. e
port Squadron 744
are taking ,
f of this office t
THE OPENING
with them
on a trip to Port Ly-
is a constructive step to improve autey and Europe books and t_

I the use of the taxpayers dollar," {s Z aids donated by schools and individuals -
said Capt. Reedy in brief re-
in Florida for the Mor-
marks following the ribbon cut-
occan people.
ting. "The office will provide for

uniformity in sales regulations," I Besides the thousands of poundsof
he continued."In .t ; books being sent to Morocco,

addition, it will reduce the __T"V""W"' .A.MSYf'.Vk.;)Y.Yr'KW0."".4ir; ..:tiw.'. a'wra:yrs.: :,,:+sv.nv.L':wG. w.f.;.. the units will also have books

number of places buyers will PREVALENT BAD HABITS Following a rash of lost for the New International Library -
wallets belonging to enlisted men of the Station, persons were
have bid. It will also : at Kenitra.All .
, to go to cautioned to give more attention to their personal belongings.
I pr6vide a real challenge for em- A long-standing habit of leaving keys, watches, wallets and .this is in support of the
ployees of the new facility," he other personal items on mattress covers while in the barracksis People to
continued.The believed to be one cause of missing "wallets, (see photo People program
N W above.) At left, James Chance, AA, of Military Personnel Office launched by President Eisen-
Consolidated Sales
Officeis demonstrates another bad habit, that of carrying wallet on out- hower to promote international
located in Building 450 nears side of belt.Teaching. understanding and friendship between -
the main gate. The disposal yard,
the U. S. and other count-
no longer a sales office, continuesto tk:.. : ries.
be located on Highway 17 Jobs Seeking

slightly south of NAS Jax. VP-743 will spend it's duty at

Port Lyautey while VR-744 will

The supervisor received the Retired transport personnel to the Mor-
Eligible PeopleTeaching
following report from a foreman occan area and travel on to
Europe to join other Fleet units.

: career opportunities are opening for retired The two squadrons are due to

"Am sending in the accident to Braintwisters: military personnel with some universities offering financialaid return to Jacksonville on Sept.

report on Casey's foot, where he to retirees as they train for the new profession.The 25.
1. Backbone. 2. Rib. 3. Heart.
Defense Department's Of-
struck it with the sledge hammer.
; and
training
college on-the-job
fice of Armed Forces Informationand
4. Stomach. 5. Calves. 6. Shoul-
Daffynishun: ParatrooperTheonly
\ Anyway, under 'Remarks' do you teaching experience under uni-
Education has listed institu-
1 want mine or do you want Ca der. 7. Skin. '8. Lip. 9. Palm. 10. versity instructors. Financial assistance man who gets up in the
tions offering teacher training
world by falling down on the
; Foot. 11. Temple. 12. Cheek. programs for retired people. is given for the actual

Be'II'B7"u......... _.___ WITH THOUSANDS of Armed teaching phase of the training.THE job. c
Forces officers and men slated for OAFIE spokesman empha- 1
: sized however that interested
,
}R; retirement during the next sev- r
retired and active
military per-
eral years, there is service-wide
sonnel should write :
directly to ;
interest in the teaching profes-
the universities for information.
sion as a "second career," an
Under the Korean GI Bill, eli-
OAFIE spokesman explained.
retirees receive finan- a
gible may
Fellowships or similar financial
cial assistance until 1965.
Appli-
grants range up to $2,500 annually -
cation must be made within
in some institutions, he said.
I Many retirees are also eligiblefor three active years duty.after separation from

additional assistance under
F y the Korean GI Bill. Those attending full-time col- 11" REUl13 v .
8
f f'C
ege courses are allowed up to
Bachelor degrees are requiredfor
a three years financial assistance,
4LR entrance into teacher training
it was explained. Single veterans
{ programs, he explained, and the
aid is limited 'to 12 or 18 month receive $90 per month, those with
one dependent $135, and Individuals -
N
periods. The programs lead to ) /
with more than one dependent -
teaching positions in high schoolsor
junior colleges.UNIVERSITY up to $160 monthly.

programs slant-
ed toward training retired mili- Spanish Course AddedTo X333 1

tary personnel for teaching careers USAFI Subject List

are offered by Brown Uni- Washington (AFPS) The
versity of Providence, R.I., and
:. United States Armed Forces In-
"W. .:. Duke University of Durham, N.C.
: } stitute has announced the addi-
< Other institutions among those
t;:. offering financial assistance are tion of course C-583, Beginning

.. .._,... ,.
.y.- """ ;- { _
Yeshiva University, New York Spanish I, an introduction to the m V" ''''
SURPLUS SALES OFFICE Capt. James R. Reedy, NAS A SONGSTRESS SEWS-At-
Jax commanding officer, cuts ribbon opening the Jacksonville City; Stanford University, Palo language for high school and col tractive Gianna Victoria sews

Consolidated Surplus Sales Office of the Dept. of Defense. CapL Alto, Calif., and the San Francisco lege-level students. on the insignia of the 63rd Di-
Bernard L. McCreery is to be officer-in-charge of the new facil- vision' for their 11th annual
ity. T. E. Forrest has been appointed supervisory property dis- ,Unified School District, San The 16-lesson course may be reunion in New York. The
posal officer of the activity. Capt. James J. Davis Jr. NAS Jax Francisco, Calif. completed by the correspondenceor pretty vocalist was named
Supply Officer, (right) and Comdr. Harold F, Liberty, Assistant Queen of the 63rd Division As-
Public Works 'Officer, look on. Some programs Involve both group study method. sociation.If' .



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Is
September 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5



'Middies' Sign r Ops MARrD

For Coliseum ,



Court TourneyOne O&R Pacing


of the biggest events plan-

ned for the early days of the Tenpin Play

new Jacksonville Coliseum will

be the Gator Bowl Basketball Operations, O&R, and MAR- ,

Tournament, Dec. 28-30. TD lead the American, Con-

Two games will be played each t tinental and National Lea-

night, starting at 1930 the first gues, respectively, after two
two evenings and 2000 on Friday weeks of intramural bowlingon

1959 champion Georgia, the Mainside Lanes.
which has played in all the Ga- Action in the American Leaguelast

tor Bowl tourneys, will be on week, Operations maintained
hand to defend its title. their unbeaten mark by down-

Also entered is the Naval ing the Holy Rollers, 4-0, Air-

Academy in what will be the craft Maint. also scored a shut

first local appearance of any out victory by blasting the Gro-

Academy varsity team in schedu- cers, 4-0.
led competition. COMPLETING the weekly

Others in the tourney field include : bowling Dispensary topped the

FSU, JU, the U. of Florida _"' '",,',,,,",w.'.,.......,.... ..,. ....,, ...."..w.wn.n..m..m m.. ."n'"''"" W. .T.m-nw. n........,..w .n'oTon ..'T Cherry Pickers, 3-1, Hospital and
and Georgia Tech. The latter, MAPPING GOLF PLANS-At a meeting of unit representatives last week in the athletic Dental "A" split 2-2, the Hornetswon
along with Navy, played in the office, plans were formulated for operation of the Mainside Fall Golf League which is due to over the Owl Hoots, 3-1 and
NCAA Tourney last year. start soon. One of the more important items passed at the meeting was approve! of both a handicap Comfair Jax "A" defeated the
and scratch league this season. Attending the meeting were, from left Earl Pearson. Tom
Tickets can be obtained by Lux Ltjg( ) Robert Musgrove, W. A. Davis Jack Piva, F. M.Collins, E. L. Trundle Comdr.W. Waves "B" team 4-0.
contacting the Gator Bowl As- J. Korresell, Lt. P. C. Hughes Bob Thiel Lt. Richard Grant, and Ensign Roger Clickquennoi. MARTD looks like it will make
sociation, Inc., P. O. Box 1800, Presiding is Frank McCaffrey, Mainside athletic director. things rough in the Continental

Jacksonville 1, Fla., or by phon- League after sweeping four

ing EL 3-0250. lax Navy To games from Aircraft Maint., "B"
Cost of ducats is $4.50 and MARTD remains undefeated witha

each one will admit the holderto 8-0 mark.In .

the same reserved seat for all Contend For other CL action, Supply "A"

three nights. 4a dropped the Butchers, ,3-1, Raiders -

Golf CrownNAS gained a split with NARTU,

2-2 Disbursing "A"roJJed'past..
Ft. Gordon First Pensacola will host the FAETU "A" 4-0, Adminis. and

Foe For FliersThe Some Of Us Still Hold Sixth Naval District Golf Tour- WAR split 2-2, and the Alley

nament, Sept. 14-17. The South Kats shut out the Waves "A" team
1960-61 Jax Navy Atlantic Regionals will also be

basketball schedule will be inaugurated To Thoughts Of FaithPvt. held at the same base, Sept. 19- 40.TENPIN RESULTS in the Na-
Nov. 22 when the
League last week saw idle O&R
Ft. Gordon Signalares face the 22.Jax
Fliers at Mainside .. Donald Bragg of Fort Dix, N. J. doesn't want to Navy is expected to be a remaining on top of the league

Followers of the gym.hardwood become a sergeant. He doesn't want to become a general. He strong contender in the End with a 4-0 record. In rolling

here doesn't even want to become President. All Don Bragg wantsis tourney. Entered for Jax Navyin last week, VP-18 downed Sup-
sport are anticipating
an become Tarzan. I the Open Class is Jerry Foleyof
to
ply "B" 3-1, Disbursing "B"R
attractive schedule for Main-
friends Take Lt.
though.
I own VA-44 Lou Gifford of O&
,
Don't call for the medic:; Pvt. ,
side gym this winter. Some Al Cantello, a Marine from : stopped Dental "B", 4-0, and defeated -
David Steward, FAETU and Ray
Bragg is quite sane. He honestly .
30-35 games are being lined happens to have the ambition Quantico, Va. He was the lead- Thurmond, of VW-4. Operations 31.
up, reports athletic director ing qualifier for the U. S. in
Frank McCaffrey. playing Tarzan in the movies. Tom Lux, FAETU and Jim Ending the week, the Hawks
the javelin. What wonderful
Initial call for candidatesfor And he has''a head start, too; a Callaghan, NAS are entered for rolled by Comfair Jax "B", 3-1,
Tarzan he might be!
the team will be issued he's built for the role at 6 feet, IMAGINE Jane surrounded by Jax' Navy in the Senior Division FAETU downed VP-30, 3-1, and
3 inches tall and 190 pounds. while Mary Bisenius, from the
Sept. 26. All men wishing to wild beasts, her teeth chattering, Aircraft Maint. "A" split with
AND HE HAS precedent on Hospital, is entered in the Women's -
try out for a spot on the club his side. Johnny Weissmuller her blond hair blowing, her loin- Division.Bill the Warriors, 22.W..k's .
should contact
McCaffrey at skin shaking.
became Tarzan after establishing Scarbrough was another Schedule
extension 585.
Suddenly, from 100 yards Stpt. 8 NATIONAL LEAGUE-1730
himself in the Olympic; Games.If away member of the Jax Navy field
Alley 1 & 2
Tarzan appears, heaves his mighty -
all goes well in Rome this qualifying but is unable to make DENTAL "B' vi 0'& R
\ Novice Tennis month, Don Bragg, too, plans to spear and, simultaneously, the trip.Football. 3 & 4OPER'SAUW
kills two lions 'water buf-
establish himself in the Olympics. one vi SUPPLY "B"
falo and a python that was try- 5&6COMF'JAX

Tourney SetAfter Weissmuller Although not is,the Bragg swimmer is an that ex- ing to muscle.in on the act.Cantello's Referees NeededWith "B' vi DISB. "B"
start of the touch foot-
cellent pole vaulter. Some 'say chances,' sadly, are 2000-
an on-again, off-again small. He has been practicing, ball season nearing, the call has 1&2 \
the best in the world He
qualifying period, the entry list today. ,been issued for qualified refer- VP.30 "B" vi 679th
vaulted world record but he cannot grunt very well. "
to
a new 3&4
has swelled to for the
11 first I ees to work games in the Main-
during the U. S. Olympic trialsin A/C MAINT"A" vi HAWKS
annual NAS Jax Novice Tennis side Touch Football circuit. "
5&6
July, clearing the bar at 15 Dajjynlshun: Heredity -
Tourney.The Interested persons should con- WAVES "B" vi FAETU "B"
event annual feet, 9 1-4 inches and becameone Something you believe in when exten-
eyed as an tact Frank McCaffrey at
event, is open to military per- of 12 servicemen on. the U. your child gets all A's on his report sion 585. Referees will receive Sept. 12-AMERICAN IEACUE-1730
1 & 2OWLHOOTS
Alley
sonnel, both men an4 women, .f S. Olympic team. card. $3.50 a game this year. vi CHERY PICK.
all 'commands aboard the Stat- Imagine how economic it 3&4
would be to cast Bragg as Tar- A/C MAINT"A" vi MARINES

ion.The is scheduled zan.' Think of the. money that f r r.rrrrr++++rw wrr rl 5&6
tourney to
WAVES "B" DISP.
start Sept. 14. Anyone desiringto could be saved on ropes and l 2W Ki.ww PIfp, f M JPHMt VI

enter play should contact vines. He could vault from one r 2000
Frank McCaffrey at extension tree to another. 142
585. THERE'D BE no need for a neat M60 "OPER'S-ORD 3&4 vi HOSPITAL

ladder to Tarzan's tree hut. TANK being HOLY ROLLERS vi HORNETS
Bragg could simply take a run- tested at FTSTEWART saves 5&6COMF'JAX

TouchFootball ning start and, using a spare considerable weight by "A" vi GROCERS

bamboo rod, vault into the liv-
using over 150 parts Sept. 14-CONTINTENTAl LEAOUE-l/SO.
To Start SoonA I ing room, with Jane, of course, made of aluminum in- Alley 1 & 2RAIDERS
perched on his shoulders.The vi BUTCHERS
stead of steel.
"
Mainside intramural foot- odds against Bragg becom- 344

ball meeting was held Tuesdaywith ing Tarzan are, conservatively, NAY B..remote controlled "FAETU 5&6"A". vi COUGARS
seven units entering grid- 2-1. His chances will be im- anti-sub DSN-1 'T AIRPORCE..Is considering W.A.R. vi SUPPLY'"A"

iron play. They are Administration proved greatly, though, if he PRONE flout being developed the placement

VAP-62, 679th .Air Force, hits 16 feet in the Olympics. will .dispatched of ICBM ontrains 142ALEY 2000
FAETU Supply VA-44 and VA- railroad In
,
for the
There'll be competition from destroyers upon KATS vi MARTD
15. "
order to decrease 344
of Tarzan, even among his
job contacting enemy
Five or six more entries are L missile's vulner-4 WAVES "A" vi NARTU
expected and athletic director submarines, 5&6
to attack.
A white haired old man ap- Its ability ADMIN. vi DISB. "A"
homIng
Frank McCaffery says it would be drop ., j
proached his doctor and said: and
if entries torpedo
turn-
appreciated were Teacher: "Timmy, do you wishto
ed in soon as possible so a sched- "Doc, I'm slowly going crazy return to Its leave the room?"

ule can be drawn up. 'He is hoping over women. Is there any way respective ship. Timmy: "Well, I'm not hitch-

to start the season Sept. 19. to speed it up? hiking."



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! Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 8 September 1860

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I Sixties Sure To Become




Decade Of Space Talk F: ,


"Future astronauts won't worry much about ablation of

their bird,_but auntie could be a problem if something went S Ir V
wrong with the brain" +
houses instruments.Dry .1 r
Sound like a Jules Verne pass
age? Weight-The weight of a
rocket or missile without its fuel.
It could be, but it's not. It's
I WHAT ABOUT ''a b 1 a t i o n.'
simply one sentence liberally /
"bird," "auntie" and "brain?" iLfi
sprinkled with a few new $
space- :
Used in the first sentence in this \
age words that will become com-
story they mean:
monplace in the 1960s.THERE'S .
"Future space men won't wor-
A GOOD chance that
ry about the nose cones on their
the average person will soon be
space ships melting when they
intellectually lost if he fails to
re-enter the earth's atmosphere;
: keep up with the new space jar-
but an anti-missile might shoot

gon.Here them down if their navigational $ Jh aL
:
are some of the new words, system went haywire." ,...... '" w..__ _. ....... ....n__ ,nn__n
to keep the
"language barrier"
(More new space words in a STRATEGY MEETING-Members of the Naval Hospital'sRed
away from your door: later issue.) Cross Gray Lady Administrative' group are shown at a re- NATTU.=
Asternoids-Numerous a mall cent meeting called to discuss ways of recruiting more women
planets revolving around the sun, into the Gray Lady Volunteer program. A recruiting drive is r 1 -
of the conclave. Left to right Mesdames
planned as a result are
largely between Mars and Jupi- Station MapsContinued Henry Vreeland, Maury Riggan, R. Clemmons, D. R. Queen,
ter. ( from Page) J. F. Bolger. Edwin Dankworlh, Stanley Cotirill Thomas Ben-

'Astrionics-Science of adopt- by the Chamber of Commerce, nett and J. B. Maze. (

ing electronics to space flight. Jacksonville Area, is slated for

ALCOHOL-No, no. Not the 90 2000 the same evening in the Service Voters Urged To Use I !
proof stuff but either
ethyl or auditorium of the George Wash- \'

methyl alcohol used with liquid ington Hotel. Navy Secretary FormThe ,',.- =----- '---
Correct
The Application --
oxygen as a propellant. Franke will be the principal i

Aeropause-Portion of the up- speaker. The popular Naval Defense Department has AE "A" School-J. E. McGee

per region i of the atmosphere Aviation Cadet Choir from Pen- cautioned all eligible military many instances are neglecting to AEC, graduated last Friday as a

which does not give any earo- sacola will be heard during the personnel and civilians who vote name their county on the post member of the second class to

dynamic support of either man- program. by absentee ballot to be sure card application form. graduate from the local leader-

ned or unmanned flight. Prior to the rally a receptionand they use the correct Federal,;Post Voting Officer for NAS Jaxis ship school.

Boattail-The cylindrical, tap- dinner, attended by military Card Application form. Lt. (jg) Jeannette Green, who R. D. Berg, AE2, reported to

ering tail section of any missile.It and civic leaders, will be held Letters from state voting officials can be contacted at extension Phase III Friday as a new in-

helps reduce overall aerody- in the main ballroom. indicate unauthorized bal- 8556. structor. He was a former mem-

namic drag of airframe. ON HAND for, the dinner, as lot application forms are being ber of Class 6001, 'B' School :and:
Biosatellite-A specially invited guests, will be
satellite that
Defense was honor m m..
used in instances, a -
carries an animal or plant life. former commanding officers of Department many official has de- Little Theatre To Honor Class for last week was

CIRCUMLUNAR Trips or the Naval Air Station; past'com- clared. 6026. This same class has been

missions in which a space ship or manders of Fleet Air Jackson- HE SAID there has been only Have Cast Call the honor class for the school

missile will circle the moon and ville, Naval Air Operations one card authorized for the last three successive weeks. Class

I return to earth. Training Command, Advanced four and indicated instruct- Tryouts for the first Little 6036 will convene on Tuesday of

:., Capsule-A fancy term for Training Command; officers who ions have years gone out repeatedly as Theatre production of the season, this week.
in once served at Jacksonville and AE "B" School the
cockpit high speed aircraft to the card to use. the recent Broadway comedy announces
proper
and space ships. It's the enclosure officers now hold flag rank; commanding The old card measured three success, "Make a Million" will be arrival of a new instructors R.F.

for the pilots and crew. of various military activities and one-half by five and one- held Sunday at 1430 at the play- Dahl, AOl reported on Aug. :31.

Cislunar-Space between the Collins in the area; Gov. Leroy half inches and has been un- house on San Marco Boulevard. He will be an instructor at "B"
Sen.
earth and orbit of the moon. Sen. Spessard Holland, authorized since PL 296, 84th "Make a Million" starred Sam School.
Dog House-Mound-like hous- George Smathers, Congressman revised the form. Levene in the leading role of Sid M/Sgt. R. Jones, former instructor -
Congress,
ing outside of a rocket which and civic Charles leaders.Bennett, and city The new, larger card, Stand- Gray in the original Broadway in AE "A" School, is
production which ran over a now in charge of the school'sMarine
The Open House event 'Saturday ard Form 76, as revised in 1955,
Peacetime on year and then enjoyed a long Liaison Office.
Hen! Jax measures four and oneeighthI
Oct. 15, at NAS will I Phase IV-The' Phase announ-
tour. There will be roles for
be ,inches deep and nine and one-i
(Continued from Page 1)) an ambitious undertaking. four women and 17 men. ces'that R. H. Burger AOC,
half inches long.
'I"IMPROPER
of the Topeka, for Cross's hero Throughout the day, beginningat Memberships in the theatre are former instructor in the phase,

ism and which proclaimed the 1000, the public will witness cards' have goneto still available; the coming sea- was transferred to the Fleet Re-

value of men of his caliber. aerial demonstrations and tech- states from such installations son includes such plays as "The serve on Sept. 1.

CROSS. WHEN asked if he niques by Jacksonville Navy air- as, a nuclear power school, Army King and I", "The Warm Penin- Class 6014 graduated from the

would perform the same heroismin craft clude, static the displays that will in- posts, air bases and submarinesat sula," and Agatha Christie's new- "M" Phase last Friday, with N. F.
Navy's most
case of a similar incident, replied modern : Mueller, AEN AA, its honor man.
missiles, and numerous other sea, the Defense official declared est mystery, "Spider's Web."
"All of us were getting Mueller had an average of 90. 6.
hurt and my reaction to the sit- demonstrations. in emphasizing the seri- G. D. Carapellotti AQCA, was
Climaxing the will bea : of the situation.At "When I applied for the job the
uation was natural. I didn'thave program ousness honorman of the Class Two Lea-

time to think, I just reached demonstration by the sensa- the same time, he urged all manager had the nerve to ask dership Class graduating last Fri-

out." tional Blue Angels, the Navy's absentee voters to include city, me if my punctuation was good." day.Aviation
He also stated that most of famous flight exhibition team. Ordnance School _
and state their returns. "What did ?
county on you say
the men were very young) there This will be a homecoming for W. R. Stockman, AOC, gradu-
the Angels, who were organizedat Some states have indicated, he "I told him I'd never been late ated from
were 55 in his division with only I I the local leadership
ten of them petty officers. the Station in 1946. said, that absentee voters in for work ,a day in my life." school's second class. S/Sgt. B. W.

"The Topeka's a good ship with .. ., ... Cole graduated from Instructor
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good men and as petty officerswe : : Training. Course last week.

have to look out for them," < ."t. ") to. j jVP18

he added. ,. ,.,'.. MembersContinued
After his stay in the hospital, '.

Cross wants to resume his duty ( from Page 1))
aboard the guided missile crui- vote."

ser which was commissioned less VOTING education efforts for

than a month ago. this month will be culminated by

CROSS IS suffering from frag- Armed Forces Day, Sept. 27. On

mentation of the right leg, left this day at many military install-

arm, and feet injuries and two ations at home and abroad meet-

compression fractures in his ry ings, contests and exhibits will

back, besides bruises. be held stressing the importanceof

The Naval hero's hospital stayis our exercising the right to
tentative but he hopes to get vote.

il out sometime next year. It's all pointed to Nov. 8's

Cross enlisted in the Navy 10 presidential election in the hopesof

I years ago and has served aboard ___.A..... ._ ____ ._. .. .....'. ......,. getting a large segment of eligible -
the USS Mansfield, USS Walke voters in the armed
VAP-62 PHOTOGRAPHS AFRICA-Members of Detachment 19 of Heavy Photographic Squadron ser-
I and USS Vance. He was with 62 currently on deployment, pause from the day's work photographing the African continent. vices to cast ballots, either in
l the Pacific Reserve Fleet in San Composed of some 50 members, the detachment, away from its Jax home since June, is due back person or by absentee.
f: Francisco, Calif., and was graduated here in mid.September. Many crew members of the detachment have gone on overnight hops Voting Officer for NAS Jax is
into London, Naples Rota and some German ports where additional photographic commitmentswere
I from Fire Control Technician undertaken. Since its origin in 1952, VAP-62, has sent groups into South America tho Lt (jg) Jeannette Green, who
: School, Class "B". Caribbean, area, the Arctic North Africa and Europe as well as throughout the United States. can be contacted at ext. 8556.
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