Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 10, 1960
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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! I Industrial Relations Institute To Start Here Monday I r

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Monday will mark the Primary motive of )he Other chairmen include Officer, NAS Pensacola, andE. Admiral Kenneth Craig, Com-

beginning of a five-day meet- meeting is to establish a mu- Larry Ponder and William O. Levriett, Industrial Relations mander Fleet Air Jacksonville

ing of representatives of the tual understanding throughall McAlilly, both Classificationand Officer, NAS Cecil with a welcoming address

Office of Industrial Relations, levels of management of Wage Specialists at Area Field. delivered by Capt. JamesR.

Washington, D.C., with IRD the Navy's Industrial Rela- Wage and Classification Of- Topics to be discussed are Reedy, commanding officerof

workers at commands in the tions program. fice, NAS Jax; Michael Cas- position classification, wage NAS Jax.

Sixth Naval District. Chairman will be Leonard cone, Employeee Relations administration, union views, This is the second straightyear

Some 30 guests in the industrial I Eubanks, NAS Jax Industrial Superintendent, N A S Jax; incentive' awards, accident the Institute has been

relations field will I Relations Officer and Insti- John Olson, 6th Naval District prevention, employee bene- held at NAS Jax. Over 30

be in attendance for the occasion i tute Administrator. Coordinator Civilian Personnel Director fits, retirement, reductioninforce diplomas were presented to

which is due to last ; is W. R. Gough, Training from Charleston, S.C.; Fred and many more. those successfully completingthe

through Friday.Military. iSuperintendent of NAS Jax. Hardy, Industrial Relations Guest speaker will be Rear course last year.


On .

Display At JtlX HJJ S

Jax FairThe

1960 Greater Jackson

ville"Agricultural and Industrial Vol. 18 No. 36 U. S. NAS Jacksonville, Fla. 10 November 1960

Fair this area's contribution
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to the old-time county ,.:::;: : : : : ,;:f\, ::: '"

fair, has opened amidst pro Parade To Be HighlightOf

mises of being the biggest and

best ever held here.

Ceremonies marking openingof

the sixth annual Fair were Holiday ObservanceJacksonville's

held yesterday at 1300. The Fair

gates will be open daily from Navy population will join with other

now through Nov. 19, with week armed services and city organizations in the observance of

day opening time set for 1300,, Veterans Day tomorrow, Nov. 11.

Saturdays at 1000 and Sundayat A parade, an annual event on '
be admitted free with their fam-
1330. Gates close each nightat this holiday, is due to start mov-I /,
Hies. \1
2300. ing at 1045 that morning. Pa-
Tomorrow is a full holidayfor
FAIR OFFICIALS, led by president rade route is north on Hogan
all members of the federal
Jim Watson, Duval Coun- St. from the Sears and ACL
establishment and military and
are fond A Buildings, east on Forsyth, north
ty Agricultural Agent, n:. 3r. r..x.. r. \ civilian personnel at NAS Jax
ling high hopes of this Fair being on Laura, west on Adams, northon and tenant commands ",will be

the best of them all. Added Hogan, west ,on Church, southon the off.
: given day
attractions said to offer a Julia, west on Adams to disbanding -
"""" ...Th. Commissary Store will b4
.. wider range of Appealthan many points.: closed all day but will ;be open
r NAS JAX and its'tenant com
previous year; for business Nov. 12.
mands will provide a band, float
exhibits and a displayof
Military The Bluejackets Inn, Opera-
and marching units for the mam-
peaceful uses of atomic energy tions Snack Bar and the snack

were reported to be draw- moth parade. The CommanderFleet bar at the golf club will be openas
Air Jax band will be a-
ing the most onlookers through :: usual on Veterans Day. All
several bands in the
early hours of the fair. mong other Exchange activities will
of line of march and will be in the
under 18
Children years be closed.
age will be admitted to the, fair >: first division units.along with most The Enlisted Men's Club at

free tomorrow (Friday) until other military NATTUnit
Building 593 in the
colors of all the
Massed ser-
1800 along with all membersof .. '"
associat- : sk'r vices will lead the parade. There area will be open tomorrow
organized veterans
will be marching units from the 1300-2300.
wives. -S1S 55
ions and their ..4g
< Marines and Navy, along with
The veterans, in fact, will be
admitted free anytime tomorrow.All the Naval Air Technical Train- VETERANS DAY
i9'R ">fP rf: ing Unit ''drill team and a detachment -
they need do is display a :: ; '

paid membership card in a Y N .. ,:r.Y'i' .,.. .. o.oogwsn wco'. ..o.o.ooK. }rrwoe ,. from the 679th Air FULL HOLIDAYTomorrow
up ''''wmn''m".m'' __ -'-.'63Y 4r:0f:"+""N''}'{{: N.rNm....4... .......
veterans organization. AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION KIT "VP-16 Attractive floats are being en- November 11, is
CHILDREN under 18 will also doesn't expect to have use for this," comments Comdr. Ralph F. Veterans Day and will be observed
be admitted free on Nov. 18 and Bishop (right) VP-16 commanding officer, as he talks with tered by NAS Jax and the Naval as a full holiday by
Capt. Renfro Turner, Commander Fleet Air Wing 11, about the Hospital.AT .
armed forcesin
Members of the
19. aircraft accident investigation kit on display at the squadron. 1100 marchers along the the Navy and all other federal -
uniform will be admitted at VP-16 Safety Of. .
The kit was assembled by Lcdr. Ted Morgan route will for a momentof establishments.Jax
no charge on Armed Forces Dayat ficer as part of the squadron's pre-accident plan and contains is blownin Air 'News offices will
silence while taps
the Fair, Nov. 19. items which might be useful when investigating an accident in a
honor of all deceased veterans. be closed that day. Deadlinefor
remote area.COLLAR
-The might of the armed ser-
Friday has been declared Vet- pictures to be included in
vices is on display in exhibits
erans Day at the Greater Jack- the November 17 issue is still
which include the massed powerof MARKS FOR SUPER
sonville Fair. All members of 0900 Monday but copy dead-
all the branches. On displayis
organizations with a line is Monday at 1600.
the Army's Hawk missile and
CHIEFS OK'd FOR WEARCollar paid-up membership card will
(Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1))
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devices with stars for ::, jR\ +: ,

male Senior and Master Chief
Marine Corps
Petty Officers were among re'cent

Navy uniform changes approved -

Balls PlannedFor by the Secretary of the

?Y.rL fL,
The present CPO collar device ii-

TonightMarines will be worn with one silver star
centered above the anchor stock

and their ladies will for E-8 and two silver stars F

be decked out in their best fin- arranged horizontally above the

ery to celebrate the 185th An- anchor stock for E-9.

niversary of the Marine Corps I Waves will also have a new

tonight, (Thursday). I style sythentic cotton white shirt

Three dances will be held for I I having a permanently fused col- 4

Marines aboard the station for lar and lacking the old shoulder

the occasion. yoke.It t r

Marine sergeant (E-5)) and is authorized for immediatewear _, _. ". r_ ,.w.' .*_' '.'_{ ..-
PRESENTATION-H. J. Crammer ADI. points out the value of Joining the Naval
below will attend the ball at the and replace pre-
lecture. Crammer makes Naval Air Reserve
Air Reserve to separatee. at a recent
Bluejackets Inn commencing at sent cotton lawn white shirt presentations from New Orleans to Michigan and esatward under the direction of Chief of Naval
1900. The dress will be formal. when present stocks are ex- Air Reserve Training. H. is based at ComNavLsnt at NAS Norfolk. Lectures he gives also ex-

(Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1)) hausted. plain military obligations of the man leaving active duty.



10 November

Id1I -5 The Mel Gaden Household I// Fa'Ask

fW, Owns Keen Music Ability I UsHow

Cap J...... R. Reedy Commanding OffIcer household.Mel do
Mel Gaden study for
the you service-
Comdr Robert N.Uon' ExMutlva Offlcw An all musical family-that's
NAB sax, Fleet Ak JaduMvflUl e and his family, Mrs. Gaden and five daughters, are wide exams and what advice do

Adm. Krwwth Craig ___ _____________________ Commander billed to perform at the Marine Corps Ball for enlisted men you have for seamen taking their
Cpt. Griyiton H. W.Ur -__- -_________. Chief of Staff F.lrJbpt. The is known as Mel Gaden and His Lazy first petty officer test?
Nelson l M. Hd ChIef. of Stiff, NAB Six tonight. group
o n..t Ak Wig Ph.. Rhythm Girls. has always had a band but so How are you preparing for the

Capt. Renfro Turner, Jr. ____ _______ ____ ____ __ Commander The hillbilly aggregation was of the membersgot forthcoming exam?
Capt. Murlln W. Alley Chief Staff Officer formed in 1954. Their first appearances many times one Those were the two questions,
Naval l Air Technical l TreUInf Unit transferred. So the other
clubs and the first asked of
petty officers
C pt. Robert j. Fleming Commanding Officer were at girls and myself decided to start

Comdr Marlon K. Smith.______-_-__________________ Executive Officer hillbilly dances around the Bain- couldbe and second asked of seamen, by
music lessons so we
Naval Hearital bridge, Md., area. Mother the Jax Air News' Roving Re
band. Of course; -
in the
Cpt. WlllUm L fngelmen' Commanding Officer ASKED HOW the band wasformed porter.
Cpt. John 0.; Feder Executive Officer didn't want to be left out eo
NARTU ,, Joan, age 20, said, "Dad she learned to play the bass." "I'm going up for chief and I
Cipt. ,. H. Hoh Commanding Officer would study material of about 15 different
Comdr. Wllllim M. Mllltr _-.-_ ___.____-..____ Executive OffIcer "I never thought they
THIS WEEK'SBRAINTWISTER keep up the lessons once they coursesof
Printed eemmercUtly with non-.pproprlat& d funds In JecxMnvHIe, Florldi at no started, said "Dad" but they which some
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS M3 Rev. July 158.! are refresher
Distributed free of charge to military and dvlllin personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville,. / really have made a lot .of pro- courses, all
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air Tommy, riding his bicycle at gress in the few short years they re-
....rv. Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hoipltal. been playing." i : lavent to my
road have
five miles an hour on a
Service Information Officer Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnli Jr. THE GIRLS also are taking rating. I sug-
parallel to a railroad track, is
Assistant Service Information Officer Andrew H. Plenty instruments at guest that a
direction lessons on other
Editor-Gordon; Robbie; Feature Editor-Mae Spencer, Jot; Staff R.porter.-Sendy passed in the same bya seaman checks
Martinson, JOSN; Sam Bowman, SN. Photographer-Joy Beccarl, PH2.. i train 1232 feet long runningat school. At present Mel plays the out as

The Jax Air News Is I member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material ; 65' miles an hour. electric guitar, Mrs. Gaden the :a l u_ many

appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs, How 'long will it take the entire bass, Jane the steel guitar, Mar- Reifinger courses as he
unless" otherwise credited, are offJeH! U.C Navy Photographs. ? ion the fiddle, Candy the accor- can that per-
train to pass Tommy
Editorial offices located In Room 230.Main Administration Building. Phone extensions -; (Answer on Page 4)I ) dian, Honey the guitar and Kay tain to his rating. Also, studying
8164, 656, 272 or 216. ..., diligently does not hurt but

..]yew ... YM6v r.......;K .' the. uke. helps a lot." Raymond Reifinger
w A++n .r
r.y They have appeared on TV '
; AMI, Career Counselor VP16.
and radio and made many per-
1i{ "I always read the complete I
sonal appearances. course book from chapter to
Gaden is a commissarymanfirst
class' and works at NATT- chapter and -1
T' start from
Unit Galley.Traffic .:: ;Y .-
there. I don'tbelieve

: in just :} Y ]
yeY 'z{
:: i: Violators j just breezing f

{ { ,. through but in
y4'Y h '
: ') .S' 4' :C )j

,)F R +g= w'. k. f,}y: ;.< R w7 .: ''JW r Keep Police Busy reading materi the j(

%?. 2>
llM9.2 t f<
thoroughly. I

{" y !44Y' {:i; 'n } Mlvf :t'f fsfi : Here In OctoberSome also study JJ J
? l54 r )f'2ff{
alone. My adGriffith
> S.fyr ; #t S
/ ( 150 tickets were issued vice to seamen is to study meth. ,

by Station police to traffic vio- odically in order to understand 1

., lators aboard the Station in Oct. the course fully." James Griffith (
t f Y (N y Ei. k,;:?{ v. eafvw: 1.y2 hty x y d: $
k: ;rr: utr ).'! ober. Of these, 141 were assigned EMI Transient Barracks. (
:: t .. ,r x.f {'7 7rf'.t to the Traffic Control Officer "I have the Aviation Electronics 1
L... ViolatorS included: i Technician's book, Handbook
iY:: fa: ; Reckless driving, nine; obstructing of Service In- 1 1"struction

?f { ; parking, 36; failure to stop at !I (

; %. .}:rYf: Y f J4 y Y,1 $ J';r.J.L+p 4 stop sign, 22; speeding, 38; faul- y"k' P02&3 Manual. 1

ty equipment, 3 accidents, 25, 1 study mainly Jon

and other: violations, 31. weekends t

Restrictions were meted out for the exams."

y fsr for the month to 51 persons;.one Michael Gold t
was restricted and sent to the t
CO for further possible action; 1
ALL.F AMIL Y BAND : Mel Gad;;.and his Lazy Rhythm Girls n will be one-of the attractions eight were sent to traffic school; Goldstein VP-30. J

at the Marine Corps Birthday Ball to be held tonight Thursday, 'at the Bluejackets) Inn. The uni- fourteen were sent to the CO I "I was just advanced-in-rate I

I que band is composed of Mel Gaden. CS1 his wife, and their five daughters, with ages from 13 for action; four received inde- to AG3 and I studied material I
to 20. At the steel guitar is Joan, with Honey, (left) playing the Spanish guitar Kay the ukelele nite suspensions from a book .". ;
Candy, the accordion Mrs. Gaden and her bass Marion with the violin, and Dad with electric eight violations
guitar. forwarded to other commandsfor from AG "

possible action, and four School. I stud- \s

others were transferred withoutany ied alone butparticipated

Veterans 1960TimeForTrthute action taken.Suspensions i (

Day F :r _4Y were allowed 34 in discussionsin i Ji

violators while 29 others were I order to (

given warnings. iron out differences -

A Receiving probations by the U. o f LAY; fipyy'

., : Ii S. Commissioner were 10 per- opinion conj j ,
Veterans Day to many people is a day dedicated chieflyto sons, with another getting fined, cerning diffi- Schopcn

the nation's military dead. Certainly on this day, as on one person having his case dis- cult problems." Bernard Schcpen t

all others, they deserve honors and will receive them.}: But missed and another receiving a AG3, Operations.

Veterans Day is also a good time for us in the Armed Forcesto i ts warning by the Commissioner. .c.

tip our cap to the millions of Americans who served 'their
Anlisub Warfare
country well from 1898 through Korea and are still' with us. I CPO
They range from bearded octogenarians to men still' in Notes I

their mid-twenties, from men in humble, walks of life to the The club is asking all handsto Episode On TV"Sub a

man we have just elected as our next President. One and be on deck the d e 1.
afternoon of pis i 0
all, they rate our salute on' this day when-in one of the .r aNA Nov. 16 for initiation of Killer, an e the I".S J
new chronicling the hunt by
most moving of all national rites-tne bugler at Arlington CPOs.A submarines.'J
National Cemetery honors those veterans who fell in battleor Y benefit Navy for "enemy"
carnival is scheduled "The Twen
have since will be presented on
us. to be held Saturday, Nov. 19, tieth Century" on WJXT, Channel s
The Civil War of course is no longer represented by the
',s. tit EMnfrr: l bu'0 from 1300 to ????. The carnival _4, November 13 at 1830, t
living. It is almost a year since Walter W. Williams, a veteranof is being held 200
to raise c
funds location
for It filmed on
the Confederacy, died at the extraordinary age of 117. the was
i a 9 Yi1112( annual Christmas Party for miles off the coast of the Carol- p:
But next year, in the centennial observance of that war, the ;
nation will pay its solemn respects to the, men who foughton .13I( 1N18.1, needy To youngsters in this area. inas during an exercise by the vNavy's
your wife a break, Task Alpha a
both sides for four bloody, heroic years. the CPO
Club is dra-
Meantime, we in uniform, wherever we go, wherever we "T''N 0 ?. ........__ put on a Thanksgiving planning to "Sub Killer" will show force-
look, see veterans-men who were at San Juan Hill, Chateau FALL'S IN-Newcomer with Day feast matically how the task d
Sharon a choice between des-
Omaha Beach Iwo Jima Heartbreak Nov roast tur- the USS Randolph, seven p
Thierry, Ridge. Hugueny is obviously ready for key and baked ham. carrier-based
ember 11 is their day-but every day of every year membersof the fall season as she displaysthe her Instead of troyers, land and killer s
November pumpkin. The slaving over a hot stove, aircraft, helicopters and two 0
the Armed Forces can pay them the cordial respect thatis
young starlet has a leading role why not take her and the chil- submarines-carries out its s
their due. In the new film "Parrish." dren to the Club for dinner. day-in and day-out exercises.



10 November 1960 JAX AIR NEWS P.g.3


I. #2 CAMPAIGNS ONE ==== : :',, ; a IIP Drive* SuccessTeamwork


0 10 20 .30 40 50 GO 70 80 90 GOAL 10 20f

C N'i=AJRJ'AX"y; : ;: ; ::!'i: and spirit.
That in a nutshell has spelled success of the Jacksonville

NAVAL HOSPITAL, *",L., : ; Navy effort in the 1961 Duval County Community Chest-
FAW-II : i*:'J"l.-t: United Fund Drive which saw military and civilian personnel

contribute $88,560 for 115.1% of a self-imposed quota.
NATTU !'mmmmm&mmmmmmuHBmumammma I* j.:: M \ --- ,. ---
: ;: :; : Although the drive is officially
and VA-165, $344, 132%; VA-44,
NS MAYPORT mmummmmmHmmmmmmmuaMmMUttumi::;: ::: ; :' concluded for the Navy, some
$1419, 106% USS Shangri La
; ,
,'.>' ::.*-' of the units are still receiving
,,, ;, ,,
N A RTtJ'! : <<: : contributions and the total figure -, $6000, 105%; VAP-62, $826, 104%;

U JttHKMMMBMMMMMi "':::.:;: :I.i.> rise VU-10, $54, 102%; USS Roose-
NAS CECIL : may slightly.
::,, velt and Air Group One, $6000,
NAS JAX mmmmmmmmmmmmHmmmu l {.: THE CLOSELY knit coordina 100%; USS Saratoga and Air

tion: between unit chairmen,It Group Three, '$6885, 95%; Fae-
TELLS STORY OF THE CC-UF DRIVE *Thaf a pretty picture." said one Navyman as he keymen and the individual has
scanned the huge board at Mustin and Yorktown which tells the story of the Jax Navy effort in tuLant Detachment'Two, $355,
the 1961 Community Chest-United Fund Drive. It's pretty to the keyman because it shows how resulted in one of the most suc- ,,93%; VF-174, $695, 84.%. Two

his efforts have brought fruit as signified by the "stars" tor ovcr-the-lop-performance: it's pretty cessful fund raising drives ever: units under Fleet Air Jax, VW-4

to the commands because it makes them feel prud for their fine showing: it's pretty to the staged here. and ComCarDiv Six, had no
individual who feels .that this shows how he shares: with those less fortunate: and most of all its .
pretty because this is the type board everyone toes to ice for it reflects that military and civilian As was, pointed out last week established quotas, but contributed -

personnel of the Navy in Jax have a big heart. no less than 17 of 18 separate $420 and $32)) respectively. -

Navy activities participating in .

Nominations Are SoughtFor NARTU MEN EARNCOMMENDATIONS the drive went over the top in I Five activities under Fleet Air

their self-imposed quotas. The Wing Eleven went over the top

"over the top" trend extendedfar with an average of 200% for a
Three enlisted of the
Credit Union PostsThe Naval Air Reserve men Training down the line where a great total of $3058.63. FAW-11 Staff

number of sub-units, squadronsand
contributed $323 for 200%; VP-
Un t here have earned com-
president of the Jax Navy Federal Credit Union mendations from the com- departments contributed in 16, $760 for 200%; VP-18, $682

today announced appointment of a committee to select nom- manding officer of VR-722. an outstanding manner. for 200%; VP-30, $570 for 200%;

inees for five vacancies on the Board of Directors and two The latter outfit, home- A new total has been announ- and VP-5, $721 for. 200%.

vacancies on the Credit Committee.The ced for the Federal Division, of
based at NAS Glenview, Ill, A BREAKDOWN of percent-
of five Directorsand
election Committeemenwill the time they're representing the recently had two R5Ds on which the Navy is the 'largest ages of contributions at Naval
two Credit
Credit Union," says King. training missions in this area ,member. Personnel in the Fed- Station Mayport reveals that 12
take the annual
place "Members are urged to nom- which had to be landed for eral establishment in Jax have of 13 activities there went over
meeting of the Credit Union in
emergency repairs here. donated to date a total of $109- the top to accumulate $3468 fora

January 1961. .' inate those whom they wish to The NARTU men are said 493 for 114%. Quota for the Fed- 102% showing. Sub-units and

THE NOMINATING committeeis have represent them on, the official eral Division, the only announ-
to have offered prompt, efficient their percentages include: Industrial -
composed of R. D. Pinney, boards and who arq willing mechanical service in ced quota, was $95,856.A Relations Dept., $35,
Operations Dept., chairman: W. I
and able to assume the respon- making the repairs. Commended DETAILED list of percent- 175%; Assistant Resident Officerin
R. Jobe, 0 & R, and F. H. Mc-
Kinley, Public Works Dept. sibility and properly discharge were H. E. Trainer, ages of contribution within Navy Charge of Construction, $50,
ADI J. J. Zahner AE2 andR. 173% Guided Missile Service
; units has been compiled bj ;
All persons, military and civilian duties of the postions states I
E. Bach AE2.NATIONAL publicity director Andrew Plan. Unit, $100, 134%; Communications -
interested in serving on the president. '
Department, $188, 131%;
the Board of Directors the -- -
or USS Catawba $90, 128%; Medi
Credit Committee are being requested -' r At NAS .Jax, 25 activities con.
ca-Dental Dept., $110, 125%;
submit nominations tributed a total of $36,945.53, 01
Security Dept., $240, 114%; Sur-
before December 2. 101% of their quota. Contribu
110% Ad-
face Operations, $736, ;
tions of the NAS Jax-
Deadline for submission has group
ministration, $450, 108%; Air
amounted to 41.4% of the contri-
been set for that date to enable Operations, $530, 104%; Supply

the committee sufficient time to I bution of the entire JaxNavyarea Dept. $431, 100%; Marines, $106,
of soliciation. NAS activi-
consider all nominations carefully 1100%; and Public Works, $495,
and to have the ballots i ties and their percentage of 80%.

printed and ready for the elec- ; monetary contributions included:

I Four commands Naval Hospital
tion. Industrial Relations Depart- -
Naval Air Technical Unit,
NOMINATING committee ment, $443, 155.1%; Area Wage I
NAS Cecil Field and Naval Air
members may be contacted at Clasification Office, $72, 138.4%; I
i Reserve Training Unit, plus the
the following extensions: Pin- Dental Department, $248, 125.4%; '

ney, 348/671; Jobe, 8474, and Public Works: Department, $5080,I I Destroyer Group at Mayport
did not establish individual subunit -
McKinley, 8467. 121.1%; Medical! Department,
I quotas and chose to strive
$469 120.2%; Aircraft Maintenance
Credit Union president Gordon for the overall command quotas.
) : u : Department, $1812, 106.3%;
King says that management
The Naval Hospital, in stressing
Ab44 I
Disease Vector Control Center,
soon-to-be $3 million organi-
100% participation, was able to
zation:: is a serious responsibility. $95, 104.4%; Marine Barracks,I, surpass its self-established quota

$363, 103.7%; Administrative Department -
"Officials of the Jax Navy
by nine percent to contribute
% ) $1956, 102.7%; Comptroller I
Credit Union in
are frequently a : $1934. .
qY 3 $773, 102.3%
: Department, ;
position to represent the Station,
Naval Training Devices, $25, !I NATTU, whose units along
in unofficial
an capacity, during
100%; Intelligence Field Office, with the Marine Aviation De-
conventions and conferences at '
- $37, 100%; Consolidated Surplus tachment combined to add $5351to

Sales, $65, 100%; DOD House- the total, has listed several

O&R Mechanic 2 Yf x: hold Goods Field .Office, $26, departments as turning in out-
100%; Navy Exchange, $1553, standing reports, including Den-

Given Praise For 94.1% Operations Department, tal Department, Medical Depart-
.-H_._..v.A.4N "_w._._._..._"w....._ '_' 'vm-m___ ;
OFFICERS-:-Two members of Jax Navy Wives $2180, 90%; Supply Department, ment and Administration. The

Safety InventionDon Club No. 86 have been elected to national posts with Navy $4624, 89.7%; Overhaul and Repair Marine Detachment kicked in

Wives Clubs of America. Returning from the national conven- Department, $16,349, 88.4%;: $1102 for a 115% showing, while
t'on' with burdensome records and books is Mrs. Alice Meyer, 79.3% the remaining NATTU outfits
Security Department ;
Cameron, a quarterman
(left) National Treasurer, and Mrs. June Shaver
mechanic at NAS Jax Overhauland Publication and Distribution Chairman. Mrs. Meyer's duties will Navy Fuel Depot on Hecksher combined for a 111.6% performance -

Repair Department, recently be to manage all finances of the national organization and Mrs. Drive (under NAS Group), $135, for a monetary donationof

invented a safety device Shaver will be charged with handling all printed matter and 40.1%; Commissary Store, $124, $4248. Significant in the NAT-

known as the "Sump Pump and stationary. 36.6%; 6ND Print Shop, $27,; TU report was the revelationthat

Tank." 34.7%; and Naval Air Mobile even though the command

This unique device was con- Tour Frosh' To Give Benefit ConcertThe Training Group, $49, 24.5%. suffered a seven percent cut in

personnel and was faced with a
structed 'of material obtained Four Freshmen, renown- FLEET AIR Jacksonville with
iversity. Sponsoring the concertis $700 more quota over last year,
through surpluses and its process ed vocal group, is due to appearat 21 activities participating, reach-
the sophomore class of the it still was able to go over the
is "direct suction." The pump a benefit concert at Swisher ed 110% with a total contribu-
picks up .spilled oil, gas and gym at Jacksonville UniversityDec. tion of $24,721.94. A breakdownof top.NAS

water and pumps it from pits 8 at 2030. Tickets are available for $2.75 individual sub-units within CECIL FIELD in releasing -

and tanks to sewers. The Freshmen, on a tour of. and $3.50 and all seats are re- Fleet Air, shows. the following its final report likewise did

served. not indicate any sub-unit quotas,
The pump removes water from the U. S., always put on a good percentages:
Mail orders can be sent with aiming for 100 percent partici-
decks in flooded areas and also CVG-4 $183, 436% ComFairJax -
show and are much in demand ; !
the check or money order for pation. Ten activities at the Sta-

pumps material, both liquid or throughout the country, accord- the amount of the tickets to: Staff, $551, 210%; VFP-62, tion combined to deliver $4444
semi-solid, from pits to tanksor
from pits through the pump to ing to a spokesman.All 'Concert, Jacksonville University, '$701, 141%; CAG-16 staff and for 80% of its quota. However,

sewers. proceeds will go to the un- Jacksonville 11, Fla. VF-161, VF-162, VF-163, VA-164 (Please turn on Page 4, Col. 1))


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: '

i Training Aids Byword .r > Classified

'" "" .' ..,'. >" '",."
,,, ;
"" "q '" "

With FAETU For Si).
PeopleFaetuLant Bungalow, bdrms, will-wall carpet,
ipac. heat, vent bids, $1100 $850 dn

Detachment Two provides a wealth of train- pymt, FHA. H. F. Inablnette, EV 81685.
60' Treller-50'xlO' have
$600 In
ing devices and aids for the use of squadrons based at NAS Equity, will take offer & take pymts of

Jax and those operating: at Mavoort. $76 per mo. E. 45960.

l One of its big sections is the tMk .::: Furn. & Extras-30'x8' house trailer,
film library. Here some 3,000 for a specific need. Also, they : : any reas, offer considered, Empire
file. recommend sustitute devices I :.. v N Trailer Pk, Orange Pk. William Emry, CO
films are on Most of the 49150.)
when those desired are not immediately 1i;;
: films deal with aviation subjects. .\ Sale by Owner-3 bdrm home, FHA,
ABOUT 20 films a day are available. : : 2 baths, Fla., din. & liv. rms, kit. with

checked out to activities aboard Five enlisted men under the Y : dec. range, 5 closets & 2 Ig, lin. closets,
direction of J. Trnka, TD1, attached gar. with utility area. cen air
NAS Jax, reports D. Uldrich, maintain the training issue room. cond, heat, wall-wall carpet, curtains,
TD3, petty officer-in-charge of : : drapes, 6' hi perimeter fen, brick home.
FAETU ALSO maintains an :!'[:!,:!r.: !:ir" (':!R1I > "M":1:
the library. ,;:, i,.i< !: f.!: ::: >:: By appt., EV 75003.
issue room for training aids and fW i ; :!:: ::: "" 33' House Trailer on 5 Acres-Partly
The. films stored in bins :::
are devices at NAS Cecil Field, NAS : ". built brick home, total $6000, $3000
along the wall that are num-i cash down. George J. Batvinis, ADC, SP
Key West, and NAS Sanford, !:\ r
bered. The person checking out : :' i ", 11162.
the film can locate the proper Fla. \j; Central Heat- bdrm home, Insulated,

film by means of utilizing the Some of the devices availablefor r attach: gar., Ig. cor. lot, fen. bk yd, on
paved street, $350 dn. pymt, $65. 76
issue include recognition
: cardex file system. mo. pymt. Roland Maxam, EV 4-2501 or
The film library also maintains models, ships and aircraft, individual O&R Shop 7387.

three classrooms where wiring board, trainer, 3- For Rent

I squadrons may view the films. 'dimensional night vision aids, ---- .............--.. laki Shore-2 bdrm home, Fla. rm,
United States aircraft data chart, MOTION PICTURE TIME Paul Becker. TD3. (left) helps kit. equip, gar, close to chur., schls &
ANOTHER important activity Jim Davidson. TD3. check out a projector in top photo while Shp, cen, 5247 Shirley St. CWO Ocasic,
i of FAETU is the Training Issue helicopter data chart and various T. J. Verro AN, runs the film cleaner and inspection machine EV 73953.

f and Maintenance section. Here study cards.Lt. lower photo. These men are attached to the Training aids and Duplex-compl furn; 1 bdrm, blk from

training aids and devices can be R. A. Barrainger is Train film library units at FAETULant. Detachment Two at NAS Jax. ocean & shp cen, $60 per mo yr around,
The film library has a catalogue of 3.000 films mostly on avia- Virginia Beach. SP 1.1827 or apply Cherry
checked out for of ing Aids Division Officer for the
film for this 29th &
tion.type subjects. It is the only central library Cottages Arctic.
Experienced personnel I are Jax Faetu detachment. area southward to Key West. 59' Trailer-10'xSO,' 2 bdrms comp

_ _ _ _
available for consultation at the : :: > furn, new awn, $80 per mo, across
issue room to aid the squadronsin 7 from NAS, Yukon Trailer Pk, Lt. 45. Mrs.
::7. FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION Virginia Yewel, EV 4-2123 after 1530.
the device
selecting proper d 5934 Wesconnett Blvd.1 bdrm, furn.,
4 nice & clean
I apt $60 per mo. Mrs. Roy
Oakley, SP 11106.)
Azalea Pk.-house trailer, 2 bdrm,
Navy WivesCorner Next meeting of NavyMarineFleet $52.50 per mo. J. L. Patton, ADC, SP
Reserve Association Branch 1-0412 r

126 is scheduled for Nov. 17 at Lake Shore-3 bdrm house, unfurn;
gar, wash rm, & store rm, near schl &
2000 at the meeting hall at 4530
on bus line, $90 per mo, avail 111460.
120th St. in Yukon. EV 9-5954.

Mrs. Marie Scully was voted 4124 Tyndale Dr.-3 bdrm house, kit,
into membership of Jax Navy Branch 126 president Paul Hetz equip; carport, Ig. stor area, util. rm,
reports that October showed another fen. bk. yd, $100 per mo, near Cedar
Wives Club No. 86 at the club'srecent
I upward trend in membership Hills shop area G. K. Totten, Ext. 547 or
meeting. CO 4.9434
for the branch. New
I) The voted mem- Sub-Lease for 5 Mo-3 bdrm' house,
to give $100
be rolls have been going up for sep. din. rm, Ig. liv rm, carport, util.
\\ to fill Thanksgiving baskets for the last seven months, says.Hetz.' rm, comp. furn; Normandy area, Early

needy Navy families. PJans were There are. over 700 members at American, scrn por, auto wshr, kit.
II laid for Thanksgiving dinner equip, avail, Dec. 1. $125 per. mo. Fer
present. Info call CO 49964.
party and holiday_ socials.A .
I Orange P.rk-3 bdrm. brick home With
The two classes due to arriveat
report was read at the meet-
4' chain link fen, shade trees, gar, stor.
ing giving details of work) done NATTUnit for training this space, see at 2205 Reed St. Ira McCor-

during the national conventionlast month are AE "B" School Class mick, CO 4.4793 after 1600.

month. The setting up of a 0-45 and AO "B" Class 60-46. This 'n' That

high fidelity sound system They will be honor guests at Ride Wanted 4723 Baltic Ave. to
was Wave Bks., arrive at 0745, depart 1630.
adopted, to be installed by a the November meeting.The Kay Warr, SKC, EV 4-1318 or EV 9-8221.

club member and her
branch is scheduling its
I (Answer to Braintwister)
annual Thanksgiving turkey
f---u 14 seconds. Subtract five from
Team Effort Many restrictions that shoot for Saturday, Nov. 19 from
were category: may, if qualified, enlist 65; multiply by 5280 (number of
previously imposed on active in the regular Navy in the 0900 to sundown.: Shotguns will feet in one mile) divide
(Continued from Page 3)) duty Naval Reservists wishingto rate held at expiration of the be available but persons are 3600 ; by
(number of seconds in
it is significantly noted that go "regular" have been eased. current period of obligated active being asked to take their own hour divide one
) ; this result into
even though Cecil Field failedin Major changes provide that duty or extension provided 1232.

reaching its quota, the aver- Reserves who entered their cur- they'r serving in or have pass- gun.A
donation of dollar
age donation per man this year rent active duty tour on or after ed an exam for one of the p tty one per
shot will be in order with 12 "Heard about Walter? They
was almost double that of last Sept. 1, 1958 may, if qualified, officer open ratings and that they
shooters took him to the
comprising a contest. hospital this
year. upon completion of 12 months have qualified for a change in
Artificial targets, not live tur- morning"
The Destroyer Group at May- active duty enlist in the regular rating to a petty officer open
keys will be used. Winners
port, with 18 ships in the fold Navy in the rate held. rating, or that they're servingas will "That can't be. I saw him last

from Destroyer Squadrons 8 and OR. THEY MAY. if qualified, an E-3 designated striker fora get a dressed, 10-pound Grade I 'night out dancing with a girl."

16 and Destroyer Division 141, extend their Reserve enlistmentor petty officer open rating. "A" turkey. "So did his wife."

be reenlisted in the Reservein .
listed three ships as outstanding -I "

contributors. These were the the rate held and retained on THE COLD WAR is being :

USS M. C. Fox, $1008, 400%: active duty for a period of 24, waged by the Communists in an rj '

USS Hunt, $706, 300%; and USS 36 or 48 months. attempt to achieve their ultimate

Hawkins, $778, 150%. The Des- For those who came on active objective of world domination. 4 ::jn:=*t=

troyer Group zoomed over the duty before the Sept. 1, 1958 There exists with 'the U. S.

top with $5908 for 123%. date, the rules have been eased Navy and Marine Corps a capa- 4I

Various divisions and depart- thusly: bility to undertake operations,
They may, if qualified, be enlisted -
ments at NARTU collaboratedfor render services and operate pro-

a total of $1064 for a 128% in the regular Navy in the grams designed to gain advantage I '' 4,

report. The Marine Aviation Reserve rate held at expiration of cur- for the U.S.. in this cold war. I -
i rent Reserve enlistment or cur-
Training Detachment '
The function of various Cold t\ a
rent enlistment as extended. k
yielded $192 for 125%, while ;
War Advisory Panels is to assist
the other sub-units of NARTU And, they may, if qualified, ,, '.
conceiving ideas which t '
forked over $874 more for 129%. extend their Reserve enlistment rv' -
further this end.
the or reenlist in the Reserve in the ij Id4
Completing list of
Navy 1.- ,
activities were ComNabSix, $176, rate held and be retained on Naval Reservists and retired ,, r'r I
active for 24 36 48 considered ,
200 duty or persons are an excel- '
%; Navy Area Audit Office, t 4

$253, 183%; Navy Recruiting, months. lent source of cold war ideas. :

$191, 175%; Naval Reserve THEY MAY also agree to extend Recommendations 'or ideas which

Training Center, $89, 135%; Ma- enlistment in order to have may be of use to the Pane I

rine Reserve Training Center, enough obligated service for attendance should be forwarded via the ( ,,

$45, 125%; Marine Recruiting, at school or for assignment LL _.___.
officer the n
commanding to
appropriate t.= 'U;,>J
$68, 121%; Naval Ordnance Yellow to specific types of: NATTUNIT RETIREMENT
fleet forced dis- Comdr. L. R. Miller, former
112% and Resident duty. training officer of Aviation
Water, $614, ; I Ordnance Schools al Naval Air
Industrial Manager, $224, Another easing of rules pro- trict or other commander's Cold He Technical and his Training Unit transferred to the retired list recently
100%. vides that personnel in this same War Advisory Panel. Comdr. Miller has more chosen than 29 to years settle Naval now in service.Salisbury. N.C.




November 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Pap 5

m SPORTS r K i r ,t F? ComFair, 679tb, Marines

DOCKETVOLLEYBALL Leading IM Bowling ActionAlthough

Mon. VP-30 vt ComFairJax the season is drawing to a close, there is still
VA-44 vi 679th
ed. Air AAalnt ,VI VAP-62 lots of action to be seen on the Mainside bowling front. Com-

Dispensary vi Admin. FairJax 'A,' ((29-7)), 679th Air Force, ((30-10)) and MARTD,
hunt VA-15 vi VP-30 ((29'-101h) are leading the American, National and Contin-

VA-44 GOLF vi VP-16 ental Leagues, respectively, with other teams putting on,
Nov. 10 Ch In action last week in the Na-

Handicap League I I tional League, the Hawks gain-
Mr Maint. vi VAP-62 Air
Force In
}79th vi Hospital ed a split with the Warriors, 2-2; .
A.15 vi Supply Aircraft Maint. downed 679th,
Nov. 14 3-1, and Disbursing 'B' shut out Two Close

Handicap league VP-30 'B,' 4-0.

A-44 P-30 vi vi MARTD VP1879th Supply 'B' stunned ComFairJax Grid Calls679th

vi NATRU 'B,' 4-0, O&R turned back

Nov. 16 Opers' AUW, 3-1, and to com- Air Force, carrying an

Scratch League plete NL bowling for the week, unblemished 5-0 record at the

ETU nFairJax vi Admin.vt HospitalTOUCH Dental 'B' shut out VP-18, 4-0. halfway point of the Mainside

FOOTBALL Robert Gunter, bowling in open touch football league, is holding

r.daY"U30 VA-44 vi Supply play, accomplished somethingdone down the number one spot. Ad-
1600 VP-18 vi Air Maint. very seldom by rolling a ministration and VAP-62 are

nday, 679th vi Admin. 300 game. He was a member tied for second with 3-1 mark.,
day-,- Vp.30 vi VAP-62
t Jneiday, VA-44 vi Hospital of Opers. Ordnance team until 679th had a couple of closet
BOWLING leaving for school last week. calls, downing VAP-62, 6-0, and

Thursday, Nov. 10 Bowling in the AL last week I I turning ,back VA-15 on two safeties -
1730 saw the Hornets beat ComFairJax 4-0, in action two weeks ago.
hvs FAETU 'B' ; 'A,' 4-0; Aircraft Maint. 'A' The airmen were idle in last
9. 'B' vt Warriors besting the Cherry Pickers, 3-1, I I weeks football action.In .
pply 'B' vi Air Maint. 'C'
2000R and Dispensary taking Opers, action last week, Aircraft

vs VP-30 'B' s Ord, 3-1. Maintenance, seemingly on its
18 vi ComFair 'B' Also, Marines earned a split way to a strong comeback, 'defeated -
tal 'B' vi Open AUW with Waves 'B,' 2-2, Hospital top- Hospital, 7-0, for its third

Monday 1730, Nov. 14 4v ped Holy Rollers, 3-1, and Dental win in a row. ..

>ital vt The Grocers SLAPPING SPIKERS-Ed Burchfield, (right front) of Air- 'A' also worked hard enoughto In the highest scoring game of
nasty vs ComFair 'A' craft Maintenance, ipikes one over the net in a match last week, tie with VP-30's Owl Hoots, the week, VA-15 topped Hospital -
i Owl Hoots vi Air Maint. 'A' with undefeated VP-30 at Mainside gym. Walter Sadowski of
: 2000 VP-30 attempts a block but misses. Volleyball action is held 22.In the CL, NARTU and Ad- 28-7, while VP-18 got back
,( Pickers vi Open ORO most every weekday at the noon hour at Mainside gym. Leadingthe into the winning circle by shut-
I 'A' vi Waves 'B' league is VP-30 and VP-16. both with unbeaten marks in ministration split, 2-2, MARTD ting out VA-44, 18-0.
it vi Holy Rollers six matches. See story on this page. stopped Waves 'A', 3-1, and Sup- In other action, VA-15 handed
;. Wednesday, Nov. It ply 'A held the Alley Kats to a I
1730 VA-44 a stinging 13-7 setback,
o" vi Disb. 'A' Fliers Quickening Pace As 2-2 standstill. then beat a strong VAP-62 sev-
'A' vi Admin. WAR l took the Cougars, 4-01; en, 187.VP18.
an vi Waves 'A' the Butchers defeated FAETU

2000 Opening Tilt Looms NearDespite 'A,* 3-0, and Aircraft Maint.'B'
ri vi Alley Kats ended evening's play with a 30 Continue
Int. 'B' vi WAR
,'. vi FAETU'A'. men rapidly improving in daily practice ses- shut out victory over the Raid
sions, a starting lineup still has not been decided on for the ers, 4-0. Atop Volleyball Pile

ers Hike Lead In Jax Navy Fliers: when they pry the lid off the 1960-61 sea- NATIONAL LEAGUE
" son against the Fort Gordon Signalaires in Mainside gym, Team W L Patrol Squadrons 18 and 20
IM ,:Wives Bowling 22 at 2000. 679th 3 30 10
Loop Nov. VP-18 27 9 continued with unbeaten marksin
". ";, s'week saw the gulf widen Coach Eli Maricich, in his first' Warriors 27 9 ,Mainside Volleyball League
'n li};first and second place year at the Flier helm, prefersto Among newcomers shaping Bill up O&R 27 9 action with the race shaping up
well are Oliver Young,
? !* Enlisted Men's Wives wait until the last minute before -i Hawks 24 12 1 as a "down-to-the wire" stretch
,,l Olivey, B. T. Warner and Jim FAETU 'B' 22 13
.League. The Pinsplitters stating who will be on the Tompson.A ComFairJax 17 19
:their record to 17 wins firing line when the opening I pair of scrimmage A/C Maint. > 15 21 run.Both clubs won matches last
;"losses. Close behind theme whistle is sounded.SPEARHEADING. VP-30 'B' 10 21 week. vp-ui, sparked by the
scheduled with Jackson- Open AUW 12 24
Fences with a record of sessions Disbursing 'B' 12 28 Unit's executive officer, Comdr.
..' lately have been veteran returnee ville University to tune the,I Supply 'B' 10 26 W W. Honour, tripped the 679th

Bowlerettes and the Hi- Al Sheppard, the lone Fliers up for their opener. JU Dental 'B' 6 34 Air Force, 15-11 and 11-7;

'are tied for third, each with one from last years outstandingclub. will meet the Fliers at Mainsidegym VP-30, newcomer to Main-
.::14 slate. He has proven he is as Dajfynishuns: Neurotic A 'side handily
tomorrow (Friday) and who suffers from sports, won over
person causes
rothy Malone racked adept as any candidate in rebounding -
up established veteran VA-44
to'JU. an ,
J I Nov. 18 the Fliers will travel for which there is no known
score for the week, a re- I along with showing a .' I disease. 15-3 and '13-8.

able 179. good eye at the basket. In other action, Administration

spanked ComFair Jax, 13-9, 9-12,

igskin Pickers Look Good 15-9; VP-16 trounced VAP-62,
15-1 and 11-6;' VP-30 won its

second of the week, smashing
\ad In Latest Skirmishes
e YA Aircraft Maintenance, 15-2 and
a FnY.
15-0 Dispensary eked out a close
It was a sort of "eenie, meenie" week for the Jax Air Newsel h ;
t verdict over VA-44, 13-12 and
of pigskin swamis last week with the trio picking some
13-11, and VP-16 bested the
sets correctly and also looking horrid in the usual spots. : 4
679th Air Force, 15-11 and 12-8.
Sam Bowman has a 67-38 record followed by the Editors with ..... / ;,ii r ,#i
mark of 62-43 and Frank McCaffrey, with 51 right picks out of

)5 selections. Score CardGOLF
: Guest Selector this week is Ed Prince of NAS Jax Special

rvices. Games are Penn State-Holy Cross; Army-Pitt; Ohio St.-

'wa; Colorado-Kansas; Purdue-Minnesota; Okla.-Missouri; Notre,
ame-Miami; Alabama-Ga. Tech; S. Carolina-Clemson; Tulane- Handicap LeagueO
& R 9, FAETU 0
lorida; Ole Miss-Tennessee; SMU-Arkansas; Southern Cal-Baylor; Scratch league

eorgia-Auburn, and, Small School Sleeper, Hardin-Simmons. vs Fo Admin. 5, ComfairJax 4

rrinity, (Tex.) Handicap League
; 6y VA-44 9, VAP-62 0
Penn State Penn State Penn State Penn State VP-30 5},, Hospital 21
Pitt. Pitt. Pitt. Army
Ohio State Iowa Iowa Iowa
KansasMinnesota Purdue Colo. KansasMinnesota KansasMinnesota Boxing Team OrganizingThe

Missouri Missouri \ Missouri Missouri Jax Navy varsity boxing
Notre Dame Miami: Notre Dame Notre Dame 3x6 4 ..y team is organizing for the 1960-
AlabamaClemson Ga. Tech Ga. Tech Ga. Tech b 4'qiY. 61 season.
ClemsonFlorida ClermonFlorida ClemsonFlorida
S aY Persons interested in tryingout
Tenn. Tenn. Ole Mist Ole Mill TEEING OFF-In Mainside Intramural golf activity is Jerry for the team should contact
Arkansas Arkansas ArkaniaiBaylor ArkansasBaylor Foley of VA-44. Foley led his teammates to a decision over coach Chuck Phillips at Building
Baylor VAP-62 last week at the NAS Jax golf course. Looking on at
Baylor held at
614. daily
Auburn Auburn Auburn Georgia the first tee are VA-44 golfers Bob Roberts, Ed Lamb, Earl are
Hardin-Simm. Hardin-Simm. Hardin-Simm. Trinity Sinnett and George Caricafe. 1600.

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Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 10

I Florida's Fiscal

; Checks Totaling $1890 Go Vehicle LiabilityLaw

To 'Benny Sugg' WinnersBeneficial EffectiveEditor'

Suggestion awards to civilian employees ( note This i*

, totaled $1,890 for the month of September with $1,650 to the second in a comprehensiveseries

\ Overhaul & Repair Dept. employees, $175 to workers at of articles concerning legal

f Public Works Dept. and $65. to Supply Dept. personnel. problems of Navymen, written
Corando Longoria, of O&R, k by Comdr. Nathan Cole Jr., WAS

received the largest award, one Horne, $75 each; James Godfrey, i: : Jax Legal Officer.)

of $340, for,his suggestion: "ASC $65; Ralph McConnaha, E. C. (: This week the Jax Air News

180-F4D Improvement," whichis Cuendet, William Hope, Bob reveals important information

an improved method of installing Gardner Jr., Ralph Larizza and concerning liability insurance..
Malcome Moore, $25 each; Cecil
subject aircraft service Florida has a financial respon-
Wood, Thomas Hine and Stan- law which
change which eliminates the sibility requires proofof
necessity of removing and replacing ley Magarowicz, $10 each; James financial ability to pay for
Sneed and Gresham Jr.
a large number of rivets, Jasper damages should an' individual
I thus saving considerable time $30; Malcolm Hearn, $45; Ernest sa11 be involved in an accident re-
J Hughes, $20; Walter Crouse and a )+ I
and work. suiting in personal injury or
I HAROLD HARRIS, also of' Thomas Bourrie, $40 each, and property damage of $50 or more.
Ralph Wolfe and Fred Fulton, !t s
O&R, received a check for $225 THIRTY DAYS after receipt ofa

i for "Fin Brace," a suggestion $10.MORE I I : AWARD-VU! ( ) report of such an accident the
O&R awards "BENNY SUGG" Hoffman, (left)
J that proposes the use of aircraft ficial suggestions Works Dept. displays check for a $25 Beneficial state will suspend the' driver's
engine cylinder fin braces local- were for his idea "Ground Detector on North and South license and registrations of all
ly manufactured of silicone rub- Kerr, Bruce Gammil Circuit Breaker Control Wires." The installation of a owners and operators unless:
Greene, $20; Jack detector in Power Plant No. One gives
ber in place of uncured rubber as a a have insurance in
Monroe Myers, $25; on the control wires to the ground at all tixrps and allows they liability
\ which were formerly used. the amount of $10,000/20,000 and
little and action before insulation on ground wires deteri-
Other O&R awards presentedby Adolph ; enough to trip the breaker. Presenting the award to 5,000; 'post bond in that amount
Capt. Thomas B. Haley, O&R Bert Bibby and Willie is Capt. J. Henry Etter, Public Works Officer. with the Commissioner of Insurance -
Officer, went to Dewitt Jewell son, $50; Orin Jessup
have been
Flick, $25 and $20 ;
a ;
Raymond Costantino and James I be liable for
a court not to
by and Wilkerson, $20; SERVICE
Scott and the accident; have obtained a
Military On Godfrey and Hope, release from liability signed by

Moore $25. all persons involved.Or .
(Continued from Page 1)) O&R awards were News In Review unless it was a noncollision -

the Navy's Polaris underwater accident with
sented to Frank no injury or
missile. Richard labor-management property damage to anyone other -
$40; matters- I
other do with
The Hawk is teamed with the and Harley Whitt, $30 policy for its employ- having to than the driver or operator,

Nike to protect the nation's ma- $140 check to Joseph has the effect of en- the interest and well-being of or the car was legally parked at

jor cities in event of a nuclear vey Maddox and them to join Federal employees will, insofar as prac- time of the accident.

attack. The Polaris is a two- Capt. J. organizations, has been ticable, be requested." After a license and/or registra-

stage intermediate range ballistic Works Officer Henry by the Department of Personnel Director of HEW, tion has been suspended, they

missile which can be armed witha to Logan Ricketts, laughing.'E Education, and Welfare.I James O'Brien, noted that "the may be reinstated upon proof
$ ;
thermonuclear policy of the Department is not
warhead and Dickinson, $50 employees of the that damages have been paid,
can be fired from a submerged $25; Virgil Hoffman; until recently, fol just to tolerate employee unions I but liability insurance in theo

submarine., Polarises, are due to 1 another check for$25 *same policy as that or. similar organizations, but. t I minimum amount ofM<$10,000/() (
join the fleet next month.: man. other Federal agencies recognize them as a: valuable i 20,000 5,000 must be carried for

THERE IS A special 20th anniversary were free to adjunct to departmental man- three years thereafter.

exhibit from NAS 'Jax Supply Department not to join employee agement." OPERATING a motor 'vehicle
presented by Capt. *
along with displays from other I or similar organizations after suspension of license or
local Navy installations as well Davis Jr., Supply saw fit. SPEAKING OF unions, the obtaining another vehicle for the

M other agencies in this area. to Issac Sellers, two $ AFL-CIO National Association of purpose of avoiding financial

A colorful midway la furnishedby and R. Douglas, $15. has issued a Letter Carriers is making plans responsibility is a misdemeanor
statement of basic
Cetlin and Wilson Shows with Letters of to organize Federal ,as well as and punishable by a fine of not
marked improvement in side- awarded Swett and declares: "Because em- other postal employees. more than $500, imprisonment of
show vin Gray, Norris often express themsel- NALC president William Doh-
offerings'and a wider not more than 90 days, or both.
choice of rides for both young- Smith, Annabelle House I fully as do members of a erty declares his group is set to It is considered that automo-

sters and adults. to Vincent Rio. policy they of individually the depart-, "organize all unorganized Gov- bile liability insurance, althoughnot

During the fair, visitors will ernment employees, whether they required by state law until

have an added attraction, at no A TV producer has recognize: employee are classified workers or postal after an accident, is, as a practical -

extra charge, during several he's hiring Mexicans a valuable source of employees. matter, a necessity at all
nights when five high school Indians in his cowboy opinion. Where such Doherty, whose union is the times.

football games are scheduled to claims that real their views on per largest in the Federal services A motor vehicle may not be

be played in the Gator Bowl. dians can't keep from policy or procedures or with a membership- of 136000.. registered on the Naval Air Sta-

AT 2000 ON Nov. 14, the first says his plan will be unveiled tion unless the owner has in effect -

fall fashion festival in the fair's within a month. a policy in the minimum

history Is planned to be held. fiL However, Doherty is havinghis amount of ,$10,000/20,000/5,000 to

More than 100 commercial and problems with other Federal cover him on station.
unions who charge the NALC
public service concerns have dis- THERE ARE a number of com-
plays at the fair. There are five with raiding other employee panies which write socalled"on
groups and they feel that this'
gates for admission and ample base" policies. Such policiesare
action could result in strife and
parking space adjoins the fair legal and are acceptable to
area. throw the Government employee NAS Jax but it should be noted
union movement into turmoil. that these do
policies frequently
The show grounds is boundedby I
However, Doherty's position is,
Adams and Haines not cover accidents occurring off
streets that since fewer than 200,000 out I
station accidents
and the or only cover
Expressway East. Included -
in the area of the fair of one million Federal classified when the motor vehicle is driven -
employees are organized, it is
the serviceman.
is the Gator Bowl and the base- personally by
time for an all-out drive to
ball park.Marine. They also may be offered bya
ganize them. He declares that
company which is not licensedto
L J with 2.5 million Federal and
: do business in Florida. These
CorpsContinued Postal workers, there is a poten- should be taken with'extreme

( from Page 1)) tial of one huge union with at caution.

Mel Gaden and His Lazy Rhy- least 1.5 or 2 million members.
Florida has an "assigned risk"plan
thm Girls will provide inter- With a group this size, the whereby anyone who is
mission music while other dance possibilities would be unlimitedfor
unable to obtain insurance can
music will be provided by a additional benefits and, im-
make for
application a companyto
band. proved working conditions, he
be assigned to him by the
Staff sergeants will hold their says.
state. This is slightly more expensive -
dance at the Jax Woman's Club
than the normal policy
beginning at 1900. Blind Date Party Slated but provides much more ade-

Officers will celebratethe JEWISH SERVICE-With arrival at NAS Jax of a Jewish For Tomorrow At USO quate coverage than the "onbase"
chaplain, religious services and counseling for the Jewish faith
Marine's anniversary at the .
A Blind Date type policy.All
has picked up momentum. Services are being held each Friday Party plannedfor
Commissioned Officer's Club. at 2000 in the Small Chapel. Following this service, the Oneg the USO Club on Veterans insurance companies have
The dance will be ,formal and Shabbat is held at 2100. Present at last week's events were Day night starting at 2000. the necessary forms for application -
begin at 1900. The ComFair Jax members of the Jewish Welfare Board. The Oneg Shabbat was An informal dance is slated for assignment should the
sponsored last week by the Guys and Dolls Club of Jackson.
Band will provide the music for ville. Above. Mrs.'Adelle Grossman ushers in the Sabbath with for the following night at 2000. company not desire to voluntarily -

dancing. lighting of the tapers. In the pulpit ii LtJg( ) Cyrus Arfa. CHC. The Jax Navy Band will play. write a policy.r .