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y P5M Arrivals

i ,
Marks ReturnOf


favorites of many Navy

men, particularly oldtimers and
long time employees at NAS

Jax, returned here on Monday
afternoon. Three of the hugh

P5M Martin flying boats arrived

from NAS Norfolk for permanent -

duty here with their parent

THEYRE BACK-And. liter- unit, VP-30.

ally speaking that h the war Comdr. N. McDade, officer in
Ihree P5M Martin Marlins
,, of the trio of des-
came aboard NAS on Monday charge planes
from Norfolk where they had ignated Detachment "A", was in
operated as Detachment "A" the first of the planes to land in
from VP.30 here. Shown here
the St. Johns River and then be'
are two of the "flying boati"
one in foreground having land. Jil xniJw towed up onto the seaw ll ramp
ing gear attached to tow it where he and his crew were
"backward" onto the ramp and greeted by Comdr T. R. McClellan -
into a parking position and the
commanding officer of VP-
other taxiing in the St. John'lRiver
awaiting it's turn. These 30.
are the first planes of this typeto During World War II NAS Jax
be based at NAS Jax since Vol. 19 No. 15 U. S. NAS JackonTlll, Fla. 13 July 1961 was an advanced training base
shortly after World War II.
for seaplane operations and the
Five Presented 1 flying boats were a familiar
sight hereabouts. The return of

the detachment, however, is the
Achievement first time that seaplanes have

been at NAS since the close of

Awards At O&R World War II. There return was
made to centralize the Navy's

Five Overhaul and Repair Department I seaplane operations, it was re

employees received I ported.
Sustained Superior Performance Movement of the hugh planes

Awards and two, also of O&R, here from Norfolk is said to have
received Superior Achievement left Norfolk without flying boats

Award Monday, July 10. Pre- ,- M 'LL for the ''first time in 42 years.
senting the awards was Capt. The group is the only one left
Robert E. Clements, Acting O&R in operation in the United

Officer. States, although two other such

Elmer J. Dorsey received his units are currently operatingout
Performance Award for the high VLW: of Bermuda.

level of work performed on components w I- _ Some 90 officers and men were

assigned to him and for affected by the move here where
the minimal rejection rate of the three Marlins will be usedto

his work. His work with hydraulic *x train pilots and crewmen for
pumps was said to be especially I use of the other two Bermuda

remarkable since they based operational seaplane squadrons -
have always been difficult to AWARD WINNING SMILES-Capt. Robert E. Clements (right). Acting Overhaul and Repair in the Atlantic Fleet, VP-
Officer presents cash awards for Sustained Superior Performance and Superior Achievement to
and have
process a high des- six of his O&R employees. They are (left to right) Elmer J. Dorsey. $100; Donald W. R. Cameron 45 and VP-49.
crepanct rate. Dorsey's record $150; Hugh C. Ward. $50; Raymond G. Splinter $100; Preston S. Wade $150; and Charles R. VP-30 is the antisubmarine
showed no rejects.Achievement Cocke. $50. Also winning an award but not present for the photo was Julian F. Culver, $50. warfare training squadron for
Award winner Awards were presented Monday. July 10. I the Atlantic Fleet.

Donald W. R. Cameron, received
(Please Turn to Page 6. Col. 2))
Cl & E Offers Aid r Strict Rules July 27-28 Set

Mad Foxes Chalk Govern Sales

Excessive Flight .In Education QuestThe Of InsuranceMany As 6ND Military

vague, unofficial, reports -
Career Information and Education Center, at NAS of alleged violations of Inspection DaysSixth
Hours For JuneThe Jacksonville offers several means by which a person may local regulations by commer-

further his education. By far, the most popular of these is cial insurance agents in sol Naval District inspection
"Mad Foxes" of Patrol the School GED General Educational Development)
High ( iciting insurance sales ahorad teams will conduct a Military
Squadron 5 roared through the program, which enables a person to obtain his high school NAS have been received by Inspection of NAS Jax on Thurs
end of the fiscal year by amass- equivalency certificate while in the service.
or the Commanding Officer. day and Friday, July 27-28. The
ing a grand total of 1362 opera- The GED exam consists of a
I All hands, both military and last inspection of this type was
tional flight hours during the battery of five tests covering male personnel who will not have I held in 1957.
civilian, are asked to cooper
month of June. English, social studies, natural reached their twenty-first birth-
ate in helping to curtail such The is
inspection designed to
The exceptionally high numberof sciences, literary materials and day on July 1 of the year selected. -
possible violations by insuringthat cover the military aspects of the
hours flown by VP-5, can be mathematics. Upon successful
regulations regarding the Command. It will include a
accounted for by the squadron'sparticipation completion, a certificate is issued Under the NROTC Program, the
solicitation and sale of insurance thorough inspection of berthingand
in several anti-sub- by USAFI (United States Armed Navy provides tuition, textbooks, aboard NAS are followed. messing spaces, the brig, a
marine exercise and in it's sur- Forces Institute) which the Navy and other instructional fees for such
Regulations governing general inspection of buildingsand
veillence patrols in the Carib- considers the same as a high four years of college, plus $50 a ales aboard Naval Installations grounds to determine the
bean school diploma.The month for living and,
area. expenses
forth the
are set by sec condition of maintenance and
Comdr. Thomas H. Casey's sailor who completes his upon graduation, the student is retary of the Navy and have smartness.In .

unit is a specially equipped patrol GED or has graduated from high commissioned Ensign in the Navyor been promulgated locally by addition, the inspection will
based here at NAS school be eligible for Naval Reserve.
squadron may any I NAS Jax Instruction 1740.1. check for the effectiveness of the
Jax. I one of a number of other programs Applications for NESEP (Navy Insurance agents may soli
that the Navy offers lead- Enlisted i Scientific Education Leadership Training Program
Six. aircraft from VP-5 returned cit sales by prearranged appointment -
to NAS Jax from Roosevelt ing to a college degree and, Program) are accepted between only in the Main- under General Order 21 and the

Roads, Pureto Rica, last week eventually, to a commission in July 1 and August '1. This pro- side Lounge, Library, or private Self-Aid and First Aid Training

after being relieved of their i the Navy. gram provides an uninterrupted quarters, excluding bar Program as required by SecNav
operational commitment in the APPLICATIONS are acceptedfor four-year college education and racks. Instruction 3500.1. Administration -
is available to both male and of the legal and the
Caribbean by Patrol Squadron 16. NROTC (Naval Reserve Any individual who has' program
The "Mad Foxes," engaged in Officers Training Corps) from female personnel, married or evidence of malpractice on the training and information and education -

anti-submarine patrol duty that I August 1 to September 20. Can- single. Candidates must have a part of any insurance agent programs will also be
took them to the far reaches of didates under this program are combined General Classificationand shVuld immediately report the looked into by the inspecting

the Caribbean, averaged over 400 given a College Aptitude Test in Arithmetic score of 118. circumstances to ,either the group.A .

hours of flight operations per December and successful can- NESEP PROVIDES full tuition Insurance Officer or Security personnel inspection will
month after relieving Patrol didates notified in March. This payment and the students con- Officer. also be held in connection with
Squadron 18 in January.yy program is open only to single (Please Turn to Page 6, CoL 3)) the Military

; 2- Inspection."I.


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,/ir 13 July 1961JflaiUUUi6 I IIf


Flag Now FliesConstantly ABC Warfare All Hands Job,

At Survival Really Requires It

I NAS, Jacksonville Eight LocationsThe to a Passive Defense Team. What does
Capt. James R. Reedy ......-......_ .Commanding Officer You are assigned to
Comdr. Walter J. Schub __ Executive Officer American flag will be your team do-what is your responsibility your shipmatesand ;
FUET AIR JACKSONVILLE; NAB 4ND flown night and day at the their families in case of an atomic attack? Knowing the
Rear Adm. Joseph M. Canon _. ... ...__ Commander Marine Corps Memorial in Ar- hard facts will more than double your chances of survival-
Capt. Crayiton H. Weber Chief of Staff indoctrinated in
Fleet Air Wing Eleven lington, Va., says a recent but have you been properly your specificjob

Cept. Renfro Turner, Jr........._..>.- _.Commander proclamation issued by Presi- within this team? Do you tection of his country, his shipmates .
Comdr. Merlin W. Alley..... ._................ Chief Staff Officer dent Kennedy.The have the knowledge necessaryto : and himself. This interest
Naval Air Technical Training Unit cites the and others
Cept. Robert J. Fleming.................... Commanding Officer proclamation protect yourself I should include the desire for
Comdr. Eugene F. Verdery .______._ Executive Officer Iwo Jima campaign as one of against the deadly rays of an un- I proper training which is avail
Naval Hospital the most significant and costly expected atomic explosion, or able through schools, lecture
Capt. R. O. Canada ....__.___ ..._- Commanding Officer battles of WW II and pointsout would know how to check ,
and experienced
..'... you personnel, simply
Capt. Stephen H. Tolini_ _. Executive Officer -
American within
that the flag- radiation a
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit for possible by asking.
Capt. F. H. Hlt.....____._......._._..._ ..Commanding Officer raising on Mt. Suribachi on specific area that is believed to Though the squadron and most
Comdr. William M. Miller.._....__....._.__..... .._Executive Officer February 23, 1945 is a symbolof be heavily contaminated? other naval installations and
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at the courage and valor of
Photographic Squadron units with
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July In Heavy are equipped adequate
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air the American fighting forces. 62, commanded by Comdr. materials and enough well-versed
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing The American flag will now John E. Cousins, every Depart- personnel to produce fast and
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hospital. be flown 24 hours a day at Head has the responsibilityof efficient Passive Defense
Service Information Offcer.! ......._.........-_._...Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnls, Jr. ment coop.
Assistant Service Information Officer....-......_...._........?.. ndrew H. Planey eight places in the U.S.FortMcHenry placing before his men a well- eration is essential from all ele-
News Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb; Staff-Mae Spencer JO1; Sandy Martinson, Md.; FI aghou s e rounded informative program relating ments, including civilians, for
JOSN; Ralph Bailey, AA. Photographer-Joy Bectarl, PH2. Square, Baltimore; the Capitol to combat against atomic, such a program to succeed
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors and Southern and In-
Association the Marine Memorial; warfare
ternational Councils of Industrial Editors. ; biological and chemical Since Lt. Pederson's initiationas
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material Francis Scott Key's Grave; tactics. Ltjg). Noel Pederson, ABC Officer for VAP-62, he
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs the War Memorial, Worcester, the squadron's ABC Officer, directs has demonstrated various methodsof
unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs. Mass.; The Plaza, Taos, New frequent drills, presents. operating Radiac instruments
Editorial offices located in Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone
extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216.Cleanliness. Mexico; and a civilian ceme- motion pictures, and posts interesting assigned personnel to the ABC
tery in Deadwood, S.D. sometimes frightful,I School; scheduled films, lectures,

clippings concerning important and drills; and outlined a good

Next To Godliness, Outstanding Seabee Vote steps prise attack.against an enemy's sur- monitoring system for the squad-

To Hueneme's MCB-9 An ABC team member must be ron.All personnel should spend

Practice Should Be Second Goal Mobile Construction Battalion familiar with all instructionsused more time on these vital subjectsit

Nine (MCB-9)) of Port Hueneme, in detecting the existenceof could easily mean the con-

Cleanliness is oft times said to be next to Godliness. If Calif. has been awarded the Pel- harmful toxics-but on the tinued freedom of our country

that be true, then cleanliness in all things should at least tier Award as the outstanding other hand, it's up to each individual and the preservation of life. Sta-
be the second most sought after goal on earth. SeaBee Battalion in the Navy fer in the Navy to maintaina tistics show that'very few Navy

THERE ARE THOSE, however, both military and civil- fiscal year 1961. personal interest in the pro7 men have confidence in their

ian, at military installations such as ours who for some reason i. knowledge of atomic protective
prefer to take a "they-can't-mean-me" attitude when it is | measures-regardless of the con-
said that litter and debris are being cast about the station. stantly filled classrooms. A well-

And, even worse, a "let-George-do-it" attitude about discon- known cliche is, "there's always
tinuing the practice or lending a hand in making things room for one more." In this
"shipshape" again. case-room for a trainee.

From time to time, cleanup campaigns are held to help -7 77 ,
point up the importance of cleanliness, both in individualand I<

unit practices. Most persons, however, do not need to be 'tlas.ifi al :
reminded by such campaigns or imposition of some order or ,

regulation that cleanliness and neatness are, just good com- .
mon sense and go hand-in-hand with the Navy's tradition of For Sal.!
being "shipshape" and "squared-away." Murray Hill -3 bdrm, $6,500; IV

IT HAS BEEN NOTED of late however that both individuals 7-3909 after 1700.
Cedar Hil-3! bdrm, 1 % bath; J. A
and units aboard the Station have undoutbedly King DCC, SP 1-4318.
relaxed their vigilance in helping to maintain the clean, 6510 Burgundy Road S.-3 bdrm, 1J2
neat, sharp and well-kept appearance in almost all areas. bath, brick; Dorsett, SP 1-4089.
It Cedar Hilli-3 bdrm, 2 bath; J. A.
be that there is
may actually no more cast about Patren, SP 11935.
now than there has been in the past and is only more notice-
For Rant
able since a curtailment of funds and cutback of Public Murray HiI'-3' bdrm, kit equip, $75
Works, cleanup personnel has been effected as an economy per mo; EV 7-3909 after 17CO.
measure If this be true, then it would behoove all hands to Avail July 15-3 bdrm, unfurn, Atlantic t.
turn-to, clean up the areas and then be more watchful in Beach, $120 per mo; EV 4-6618

maintaining them since fewer "housekeeping" personnel are i?>:, after Venetia July-5.3 bdrm, slec furn, $125
To ..,,.. ,. .., sty
available. paraphrase an old saying, "your' or your unit's, }r..Mrr x;+a. p ; .waa,: r aca; +.v. }Q}+t+r.x eoeayy. wY.w ,. a Qee 4Tc per mo; Comdr. Braddock, Ext. 752.
character may be judged by the surroundings you'live' in." Orange Park-2 bdrm, furn, $65; W. I-
Tarr, CO 4.9773 after 1600.
Do you toss cans; bottles; paper cups; old newspapers; Lake Shore-furn apt, util furn, $50
cigarette, candy and lunch wrappers onto your own lawn at t th per mo; Mrs Grovel, EV 9-4275.
home? No. Then why do it here? Do you flip the ashes and Gar Apt-comp Turn; EV 7-3405 after
butts from your cigars and cigarettes about the house? Sure- 1700. '
ly you don't, you say, because you live there and what Avail July 15-furn 2-rm apt, gar, $60
e per mo; Cay, EV 4-4328.
would the neighbors and guests And c I
say. you're absolutely Sax Beach-unfurn, 3 bdrm; Padrick
correct, BUT, you also LIVE here on the Station and by L b' __ EV 7-3658 after 1615.

doing those things here not only do you create unsightly, un- .' _ Lakeshore-3 bdrm, it equip, unfurn;
clean, and unkempt working conditions for yourself but the 'YY Mrs. Austin, CH 6-4260.
same appearance for OUR visitors and guests. St 4667 Homestead Road-3 bdrm, kit

INDIVIDUAL FORESIGHT alone could do away with h. equip, unfurn, $100 per mo; S. A. Whit-
tington, EV 95326.
almost all of the unsightly debris floating about the Station. 5535 Brent St.2 bdrm, kit equip, tn-
A slight show of pride and leadership within military and furn, $60 per mo, bath; SP 11142.
civilian units aboard could wipe out the remainder. By far, This 'n' That
the greatest portion of the litter is cast off nonchanlantly Sea Duty Swap-In Oceana, Va., for
and carelessly by individuals who could just as easily, and O lame In Jax area, mutt have started tea
with little duty after Jan. 61 and 2 yn. oblig. servo
or no extra effort, place it in a trash can. :
ice, not due to go back to sea
Such litter and debris that is blown about and collects Aug. 26; T. R. Brown, AEC, VA-85,
in sheltered unit areas could be removed by unit personnel, %F.P.O., New York, N.Y.

with little effort, in order to maintain a clean, working and -.<.-,'.' ,'Z-.4- Ride Wanted-St. Johns Ave., near KingSt
living area. 8132., 0730-1600, Supply; D. Barber, Ext-

IT IS NOT REALLY HARD to follow simple rules of Yl Riders Wanted: To Lubbock, Texas via
cleanliness which are akin to courtesy. Cleanliness is a good :' :+ :\1.ft ;\ ",' ,"' : .. ,, *. Dallas Leaving July 28. Will take
habit to acquire and keep and should be considered a per- s." 2 people. Share expenses and driving-
sonal duty of all HOW DOES YOUR DUMPSTER LOOK-In the top photo Call EV 90410.Someone .
military personnel employeesof
is a neat, "squared-away" dumpster with doors securely closed
the Navy here at NAS Jax. and no trash or litter tumbling out or about it. However, in the Savings
Litter on the Station, on the highway in the vicinity of bottom photo is the all too frequent sight of late about the Sta- has called
tion. An unsightly dumpster, doors open and the ground littered Bonds "money with your name
the Station, and rundown, unkempt appearances of barracks, with waste paper, broken bottles and other trash which not only I on it," but a Savings Bond is bet-
quarters, and unit areas are direct reflections upon each in- are unsightly but show a lack of interest and initiative on the ter than it good
dividual, the Station and the Navy.So part of the individuals or units in the area. All hands are urged money; pays you or
to check their areas and insure that interest and if it's lost, stolen
let's all turn-to and back they present a "squared- I
bring "neat-as-a-pin"
away" and "shipshape" appearance at times. Its our home, destroyed, the Treasury replacesit
appearance for which NAS Jax is noted. How about it? let's make it a cleaner place to live. free.


13 July 1961 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

1 Army, Navy Reps

rc I f Here July 28 In

I Standards Heel

Thursday, July 13 *
Mainside-Hound Dog Man, Some 80 representatives from
various military agencies will
1900 only. .., ", <. ,.
. "" gather at NAS Jax for two two-
NATTUnit-Gorgo, only. ii
Hospital-Conquest of Space,, day sessions, beginning July 25,
. 1900 only. for the purpose of standardizing
t Friday. July 14 r It't procedures within the Defense

r Mainside-The Hand, 1900 only., Department for accounting for

. NATTUnit-Hound Dog Man,, plant property equipment.
, 1900 only. r.; :ll.: Lk; During the sessions, Navy and
. Hospital-Gorgo, 1900 only. .. ,i Army teams will conduct indoc-
Saturday July 15 "' trination classes for efficient implementation -
Mainside-David and Goliath of the
t ,, .. { new pro-
I ,
r. .> tr
I 1900 only. : : ?:<' gram. The first session is set
NATTUnit-The Hand, 1400 .,;:::. for July 25 and 26 and the sec
I and 1900. I '.'.., &E'f ond July 27 and 28.
! Hospital-Hound Dog Man, : .% :ff :4vy.Y The group is comprised of
_ 1900 only. members of all services representing
Sunday July 16 k 35 separate activities
Mainside World of Suzie from Florida, Georgia, South

Wong, 1400 and 1900. t";.'..,.,.."".... ,'.. Carolina, and Mississippi and

) NATTUnit-David and Goliath, 4: Bermuda, Trinidad, Canal Zone,
1400 and 1900.HospitalThe. Cuba and Puerto Rico. The activities -
Hand, 1900 only. I Jj are part of Departmentof

Monday July 17 ::... the Army and seven major
/t osw w' esa,:b ev
Mainside-Time Bomb 1900 '''i-''' ; ; : ''oi + : > as 9Pwx+
:.$.a ,p "; i id,< y:; : Navy agencies, including the Office -
be what Senior Chief Yeoman C. C. Chitty of
only. IT GOES UP THERE-At least that may
of the Chief of Naval Opera-
Nashville. Tenn. who
these members of a Youth Incorporated group
NATTUnit-World of Suzie VP-741, was telling
toured NAS facilities last Friday. The group was composed of 21 honor students from 21 Nash. tions, Office of Naval Material,
Wong 1900 only.HospitalrDavid. ville city and county schools who were selected and feted to the trip by the Navy League and Bureau of Naval Weapons, Bu-
and Goliath, The Nashville Banner. The group had just been conducted on a tour through the "Super Connie" reau of Naval Personnel, Bu-
1900 only. hurricane hunter aircraft of VW-4 after a descriptive talk and film on hurricanes was shown reau of Ships, Bureau of Medi-
of VW4.
Aviation Machinist's Mate Forrest D. Lowe
Tuesday July 18 them by Chief cine and Surgery and the Marine
Mainside-The Last Rebel, 1900
only. NavCad The property involved in the
Given Program
NATTUnit-Time Bomb, 1900 Sicilian Orphanages new standard procedures includes -

only. Still/ On lands, buildings and im-
Hospital-World of Suzie Wong, VP18Special Open
Clothing Toys By provements thereto and all col-
1900 ,
only.Wednesday Service WaiverNavy lateral equipment.
July 19 to Jax Air News
Mainside-Blood Alley, 1900 enlisted personnel on
only. Sigonella Sicily-Patrol Squadron 18, home-based at active duty who have com- Adm. Rickells
NATTUnit-The Last Rebel, NAS Jax and temporarily based at the Naval Air Facility pleted less than a full year of

1900 only. Sigonella, Sicily, has presented clothing and toys to two service are now eligible to apply -
Hospital-Time Bomb, 1900 Sicilian orphanages located near Catania, Sicily for the Naval Aviation Named Vice CNO

only. Patron 18, reprensented by verenti, houses 36 small boys and Cadet program. Vice Adm. Claude V. Rickettshas
Comdr. W. W. Honour, commanding Miss Rapisorda. The former one year active
is directed by been nominated as new Vice
officer, and E. J. Dub- Comdr. Honour and Dubravsky duty requiremtnt was waived Chief of Naval Operations by
TiimasxNCIPENTT ravsky, aviation i electronics including last September by the Navy.
ghEYXIQst or the ) presented the children toys President Kennedy.
( : technician first class, accompanied games, footballs, a bas- The waiver was due to expirethe Currently Commander of Sec-

': L. 5 : by Father Navarria, Catholic ketball, a scooter, and many last of June, but becauseof ond Fleet and Strike Fleet, At-
7 1 Chaplain for NAF Sigonella, presented clothes and shoes. the high caliber of appli- lantic, Adm. Ricketts will suc-
MAKE"tOll II the gifts to the orphan The second orphanage visitedwas cants with less than one year ceed Adm. James S. Russel.

FEELGMALL' ages along with cookies and the Orfanotrofio Santa Gui- service, it has been extended. The Admiral was graduatedfrom
lemonade donated NAF Sig-
-HAVe by seppe, located in Misterbianco, the Naval Academy and
MAY NOT BEENNOTICED onella. Sicily, directed by Sister Ermi- "Has your husband any hob- commissioned in June 1929. lIe
The first orphanage visitedwas lina and other nuns of the Fran- bies?" inquired the new neigh- has served with both Atlantic
By OTHERS -: Casa del Fanciullo, locatedin ciscian Order of Malta. The orphanage and Pacific Fleets and with the

Ai ALL.4ger'AY i Santa Maria Licodia, Sicily. houses 108 girls, to whom bor."No," replied Mrs. Neuritch. Navy Department in Washington.Adm. .

.../ s :'. r+ This orphanage, established in suitable clothing and toys were "He has rheumatiz a good deal, Ricketts took commandof
October 1958, by Canonico Pul- distributed also. and hives now and then, but he the Second Fleet on February
: The clothes were collected from ain't never had no hobbies." 1, 1961.
: the families of Patron 18 personnel

$:g':!: prior to their departure from f

NAS Jax. Many of the toys were

donated by the Firestone Co., of

Jacksonville, to be given to a
suitable institution by Patron 18.

All squadron personnel hope to
be able to give further aid to the }
orphanages during their five

month stay at NAF Sigonella.

jt .S h ..$ ."



3'na. ..
The July 16 picnic at the CPO
Club has been cancelled and rescheduled -

for Sunday, August 6.
<; $ is Initiation of new chiefs will
be held at 1130, Monday, July 17.
Chief i Aviation Machinist'sMate
J. W. Rosa of the Com- i :

FairJax Career Information Cen-

ter will be the VIP speaker on r. r(

Wednesday, July 19. Rosa. who : .W;.C.r ..:!JM '
was interned by the Russiansfor FOR SAFETY'S SAKE Lt. Frank Heggood of NAS Operations .
nearly 18 months will talkon Department stirs up a bit of dust as he prepares to em-
bark his mission of in the traffic
on flight assisting auto survey
"Communism and the Rus-
n during Operation Impact Safety conducted during the July 4th
ORPHANGE DONATIONS-Comdr. W. W. Honour, com. sians. weekend. The Navy participated in the safety program in cooperation
officer of Patrol Squadron 18 is shown here as he Entertainment for Friday eve- with traffic authorities and radio station WPDQ.
manding clothing and toys to one of two orphanages in Sicily nings will feature the Del Ray NAS' copters were utilized to spot troubled areas on the high
presented donated by the officers ways to alert motorists to dangers. The Navy also operated a
recently. The clothing and toys were Trio and on Saturday evenings,
to air radio communications hookup during the safety
and their families, and some from a
of the squadron
and men the Bud Clark's Quartet. operation.
local business firm.




'Pago 4 lAX AIR NEWS 13 July 1961


Blood ContributionsMade


By Civilians, I

Military PersonnelThirtyone k
Rear Adm. Joseph M. Carson,
civilian and eight Commander Fleet Air, Jackson-

military personnel donated bloodat ville, will be guest speaker at the

the Mainside Dispensary on Installation of new officers for

June 28.The Branch 91,. Fleet Reserve Asso-

civilian donors included 21 ciation. The installation and a

from Overhaul and Repair and dinner-dance will be held in the

five each from Public Works and Hotel Roosevelt ballroom, Jack-

Supply Department. Military sonville, July 22.

donors, all Navy personnel, included Tickets for the dinnerdanceare

six from the Mainside : available at $3 each. Cost of

Dispensary, one from VP-5 Dispensary "dance only" tickets is $1. Moneyfor

and one from the Boat- all tickets must be turned in
to Branch 91 by Wednesday,
O&R donors were Robert L.Mo- July 19.The .
4 rin Raymond K. Reinhardt Robert
major decision made at
H C. Luten Richard R. Roen-
the monthly Branch 91 meeting,
isch Dwayne M. Brown John D.
{ ,
held last Thursday night, was to
Wilsher, Isaac D. Simmons, Mil
PERSONALITY AND PLANE launch an intensive and aggres-
Kendeth Wilkins Super,!. ton R. Rulton, Howard A. Scott, sive membership drive to bring
sory Stock Control Assistant Albert H. Jost, Edward L. Duke,
membership level back up to the
Control Division Department
proudly inspects the Charles R. Stanley, James R. AWARD WINNING IDEA Neil E. Brown (center) and 1959 high of 700.Installation .
model A2F Grumman "In- Butler, William Crews, Ardes H. Clarence W. Lauer (right) discuss their $215 beneficial suggestion k e e
trader" which he received in Hall, Joseph J. Summers, Charles which involved readjustment of the down limit switch on
recognition of being selectedas L. Broome, John E. Lindberg, the rescue winch assembly shown on the table to stop it automatically of officers of Yu-
Supply's Personality of the James V. Blake, Joseph Gilles- with Capt. Robert E. Clements. Acting Overhaul and kon Branch 126, Fleet Reserve
Officer. The suggestion eliminates possible drum break
Month. Repair
Association, and its auxiliary,
pie and E. T. Austin. the
age by emergency stop. Unit 126, will be made at the

, Wilkins Is Named From Public Works were Rob- Annual President's Ball, Satur-
ert C. Durden, George A. Wolf- '
23 Awards NetSuggestors day, July 15, at the Riverside
ler, James D. Harrison, V. H. 'Beunv' ,
Supply PersonalityOf Lions Club at 7 p.m. Installa-
Smith and Fernie E. Selby Jr.
tions will be effected by WilsonH.
The MonthSupply Supply donors were Roy V. $940 Cash Sandefer, past national pre-

Personality of the Hartley, William S. Richards, sident of the FRA, of Branch

Month Kenneth Wilkins was harles: J. Hawkins, Robert Welsh officers and Unit officers will be
and L. Brantley Fountain. Month of May Beneficial Suggestion
I honored during informal ceremonies Malcome A. Moore, $10; VascoL. installed by Rose Zielman, past
in the office of Comdr. Military donors were WilliamE. Awards totalling $940 Brock three awards of $60 president of the Unit.
I Kenneth S. Law, Assistant Sup- Hort, hospital corpsman went to 23 Civil Service employees $45 and $30; Floyd E. Gray, $40; Operation Red, White, and Blueis
here at NAS Jax Mon-
Officer and also second class; Howard A. Smith, ,
, ply was presented Clyde A. Thomas Sr., $25; AlvinD. said by Branch officials to
a model of the A2F "Intruder" HM2; David L. Cook, HM3; day, July 10. Twenty employeesfrom
Crews, $20, and Clifford A. have been a success as indicatedby
aircraft built by Grumman James M. Peyton, hospitalman; Overhaul and Repair Department Maycott, $25. the many more flags that
Aircraft Corp. George J. Evans, HM3; and RayA. received $870; two
were flown on July Fourth.
More awards winners at O&R
Wilkins, Supervisor of Stock Walter, HM3, all of the Main- from Public Works Department,
Records Section One, was lauded I side Dispensary; R. A. Jones, Jr., $45; and one from Comptroller were Donald E. Clifton and W. Election of delegates to attend
H. Hutchins III, $20 Jerome K. I the Southeast region caucus will
for his outstanding ability to I HM2, VP-5 Dispensary; and Wile Department, $25. ;
Becker and Atwood D. Knight, be held at the next regular
handle the and varied liam A. Ham, signalman second An outstanding award of $215
many $75; Sherman Nolan and John E. Branch meeting July 20. The
problems' incident to managing class, of the Boathouse. went to Clarence W. Lauer and
stock I Neil E. Brown of O&R for the Milton, $20; Folsome W.; Linch Caucus is set for the Sheraton

many terial of inventories Navy each account regulated ma-' suggested readjustment of the and Van Reynolds, four awardsof Charles Hotel, New Orleans, La.,
$15 $15 $40 and Brock August 1012. Business will include
down limit switch on a rescue $15; -
by different inventory ,
and disposal Former Exec winch assembly to shut off the and Robert P. Stevens Jr., $60; a resolution to drop all
cedures. pro winch when 95 to 98 feet of cable Harold A. Atwell and WilliamG. age limits on Chief Petty Officers

The Personality Award also Gets Post OfComCarDiv has been unreeled, eliminating Horne, 20; and Lauer and being advanced to Limited Duty
Brown $60. officers.
possible drum breakage' by the
stated that in spite of the wide
variety of tasks assigned, Stock emergency pawl drum stop. Capt. James A. Bentley, Public NATTU's AE-B School classes

I Records Section One, under Wil 6A Capt. Robert E. Clements, Acting Works Officer, presented a $25 61-28 and 61-30, along with AO-
I kins' has O&R Officer, also presented a award to Timothy Robinson for B School classes 61-26 and 61-
capable leadership, former executive officer of
maintained a combined $60 "Benny Sugg" check to Theo- his suggestion of having larger, 30 will be honor guests of the
I average NAS Jax has returned to Jacksonville
net material availability in excess to of the dore Rosier, for his manufacture light-weight garbage containers I Branch at its July 20 meeting.For .
I of 95 during the assume one and installation of tie-down made to speed up collection in information about the association -
I Navy's important
past Considering the rings on skid cross tubes of HTL- housing areas. Also, receiving an call shipmates LowellI.
I changes procedures and trans many : : : Rear Adm.Frederick 6 and HTL-7 helicopters.Other award of $20 was Matthew J. !I Lorbeer, EV 4-5708 or Walter

fers of materials between inventory ,.:: :}': : J. awards at O&R went to : (Please Turn to Page 6. Cot 1)) H. Johnson, EV 4-6635.

this is tf&lh Brush, who
managers, an out- .. .
'" ;, .;; N '!* = "'" w.'.' ...,j 1M
standing accomplishment.A ;; ) *; was exec here

native of Jacksonville, Wile ,4: ; fJl':;: in 1948-49 when
kins began his Civil Service .
I he was a commander
career in the Supply Department

in May, 1941. After almost four 4 Monday
"::<":>:>'.,"..;.4:: :.";;::"?;;:\iG:3 assumed
years of military service in the :

Army during WWII, he was assigned !'\! duties as Comander -

to the Stock Control tftf '- vw Carrierphoto
Branch in July' 1953. He was also Rear Adm.Brush m
( taken in Division Six in
promoted to his present positionof 1949 when he
Supervisory Stock Control was NAS exec) ceremoniesheld r [t
Assistant in the Control Division aboard the carrier ShangriLa -

during the same year. at Mayport Naval Station.
Admiral Brush relieved Rear

Adm. David McDonald, who has

Capt. Werener been named as the new Com

mander U. S. Sixth Fleet. Admiral jC t '
41 a's Pw.
Takes Cecil Post McDonald will be elevated
I to the rank of Vice Admiral

i Capt. Ralph L. Werener assumed for his new job.

f the post of Commander Admiral McDonald replaces

I Carrier Air Group Four and Vice Adm. George Anderson who
I Commander Fleet Air Detach
was named as Chief of Naval
,: ment at Cecil Field in cere- Operations, succeeding Admiral
monies held there last Friday.He .
Arleigh Burke who is retiring.
succeeded who will W. Carrier Division Six includesthe ITS BEEN A LONG TIME-Shown her is the largest number of Public Works Utilities Division
Shryock carriers Shangri-La, FrankD. employees assembled at one time in more than 10 ears. They met last Friday to discuss
the Industrial College of the Roosevelt and the Saratoga, with IRD officials the proposed changes in some, titles and Job descriptions. They are enginemen,
Armed Forces, Washington, firemen, supervisors and office personnel who operate the steam and power plants and administer
D. C. which will be Admiral Brush'sflagship. the Utilities Division and represent only about a third of the personnel in the division. Duties
Capt. Werener came to the and working hours kept others from attending. They are (sitting left to right)' R. Perry. H. A.
Shipps J. H. Wilson S. W. Drayton S. W. Bernhard. J. Leavins Mrs. Jeanette Reilly and S. E.
Jax area from NAS Guantanamo Admiral Brush comes to Jax Piper. Standing (center left to right) are C. W. James. D. E. Macon J. E. Singleton. S. A. Whit-
Bay, Cuba, where he was from duty with the Bureau of tington. L. C. Best D. J. Roberts E. A. Roberts K. M. Sparkman C. D. Bugg E. J. Roberts,
skipper of Fleet Training. I T. R. Parmenter and C. T. Madrin. Standing (rear left to right) V. A. Saunders A. M. Highlower.
Naval Personnel. N. R. Taylor and H. Pridgen.



July 1961 JAX AIB NEWS Pap 5

Softball Title v 'S p arl 'es' Minor LeagueChampsMajorsStilIPlay.


Play Slated I .

Start Mon.

The Minor League AE School "Sparkles" copped their
Softball activity was limited circuit's pennant this past week while the senior half of

during the past week with games the Navy Jax Ortega Little League continued at a scorching

being played only in the Na- n-I'P
tional League to decide the final r The junior "Sparkies" finished

three teams that will compete with an 8-2 record ahead of the boasted a 9-3 record and had

against the four top American strong ComFairJax "Little Ad- two games left to play; Suddathhad

League teams for the NAS Intramural mirals" who posted a .667, 8-4 played at a .693 clip with a

Softball Championship. mark for the season. 9-4 mark and had one game remaining -

ComFairJax emerged champs The Foremost Half Pints heldon ; NARTU was settled in

I of the American League with in the Major League, slightly third place with a 7-4 record and

VA-35 taking the top spot in the ahead of the Suddath and NAR- two games to go.

National League. VA-35 has fo.v TU nines, but action scheduledfor THE HALF PINTS won the
feited their right to this week could quite easily
compete in first half of the season. If they
the STRIKE ONE!!!-Young Tommy Grancher misses the ball the of the
play-offs change complexion
the station with a might swing during Little League' action last week at drop this half a play-off will be
championship because of deployment Blue Angel Park. Catching the ball is France Dorman and cal picture. necessary for the season's
leaving only three ling the shots, umpire G. Davis. As of last Saturday the leader championship.Both .
teams to compete for the title in
League's have already
the National League. Jax Jets Tangle selected their all Stars. The cir-

I Teams in the American who JAX AIR cuit has a sixteen-man squad,

will compete in title play are Columbia Reds SPORTS selected at random from throughout -

ComFairJax, NARTU, Marinesand NEWS the league, while the junior
[ Admin. In the National it half of the Navy Jax Ortega

I will be Air Force 679th, VA-44 In 4-Game SeriesThe league has a 24-man team, with
and either VP-16 or VAP-62. three players from each of the

VP-16 still has two games to Jacksonville Jets, in the eight'clubs.i .
play with a 7-5 record and could midst of a long seven-day home lax Navy Netters Leave i

ither win out over or tie VAPC2's stand, open a four-game series I Mothers of Major and Minor
'8-6 standing. Should they with the Columbia Reds start- Little League players will

lie, a playoff will be scheduled ing tonight and concluding Sun- For 6ND Tourney MondayNavy compete in a benefit "Bloom
etween the .
teams. .
day.All er" game at Blue Angel
I Final standings as of Monday night games at the Jax Jax will be representedat sity of Scranton. 1900 Sunday. July 16. A 25

vere: Ball park begin at 1945, while the 6ND Tennis Tournamentby Jim Flock, FAW-11 Flight cent admission will be charged

C'FalrJax America National Sunday contests start at 1430. four men and one woman Surgeon, had three years experience with proceeds from that and

I NARTU JI'2 AF679th Y&2S 10-4 11.3 Tonight is City Recreation players. at Hendrix College, refreshments on sale there
I Admin.Marines 13-6 12-7 VA-44 VP-18 0.4' Playground Baseball Teams Gwen Anderson of NAS Mili- Conway, Ark. and is the former going to the Little League.

A-C Hospital: Maint. 12-8 VAP-62 8-6 1-5 Night, with all teams of the tary Personnel Office is the lone intercolligate Arkansas Doubles

Supply) 8.10 9-11 A3D VA.16S School 4-9 4.8 city leagues as guests. Fridayis feminine entry in the Pensacola Champion.The THE MAJOR LEAGUE All-
Prudential Tournament which will be held fourth member of the team, will action 24
O&R 6-14 FAW.11 0-14 night, with a pre- Stars begin July
Ff Operations game softball fray involving the at Coco Beach, Fla., in Districts
Dispensary 3-16 5-13 Prudential team and a City lea- record for herself in last years' gence officer, played two Two competition, which they won

Games gue combine. Friday night will competition. She was runnerupin with the University of Richmond last season. They will be competing -
uled to get underway tentatively sched- also be Family Night when mom, the All-Navy Singles 1960, Tennis Team. against eight clubs from

[day, July 17, for the NAS on Mon- dad and the kids ((16 and under) won the 11ND Singles and Dou- The men will compete in the Jacksonville, Merritt Island, Coco
In- bles and took
Championships 1960 Division and Anderson in i
tramural Softball can attend for only $1. Beach, DeLand and Fernandina
Championship. the Pacific Coast Regional Singles
the Women's Division. There are Beach.
Play will is Edward cigar
include a round-robin Saturday King -
and Doubles Championships in
entered in
schedule where each team will Night, with the employeesof no competitors the Winners of the eight Florida'Districts
same year. Senior Division from Navy Jax.
Play one another one time. the cigar company as guests. will then move into
On the men's team bit Winners of the Pensacola
The team Special Services in Bldg. 704 quite a NAS Jax's Blue Angel Park to play
emerging from the of is also recorded. Tourney will in the
experience compete
round-robin title has tickets to all Jet home I for the state championship. The
play with the Karl Novak, assistant NAS Navy South Atlantic Regional Tennis
best won-loss games at reduced prices. Navy Jax Ortega All-Stars ran
record will be the Exchange officer, was on the Tournament which will be heldat
NAS second in the state last year,
| Champions with the next --- Miami of Ohio NTC Md.
University of Bainbridge, July 25-
losing to Miami at Lake Wales,
best scorers named as runner- "Well," said the driver to his
ups. family as they all piled out of tennis team for three years. 28.The All-Navy Tennis Tourna- THE MINOR LITTLE leaguerswill

the car, "now that we've founda Jim Burneskis, NAS assistant ment is scheduled: for August play a five game series with
parking place at last, does communications officer wielded a the Twin Hills league All-Stars
anv- 2-5 at the Naval Base, Newport, I I
\\FliersLoseTo one remember why we're here?" racket two years at the Univer- R. I. beginning July 17 Alternate
I parks will be used.

._ l _r rm""m 1 x_' ln'M'-Yo ... -y+T.:"s I"I + .rsranv .. -- ", Standings, as of Monday, were:
Gordon Host ..
; Major Minor
F'most 9-3 .750 AE Schl 8-2 .800
Suddath 9-4 .693 C'F'Jax 8-4 .667
\Hunter AFB f: NARTU 7-4 .637 VA-44 8-4. .555
VA-44 6-5 .546 Senators 6-6 .500
AE Schl 6-6 .500 NAS Sup 6.462
Two of the three-game series McDuff 4-7 .384 VP-5 6-8 .428
U. Elc. 4-8 .333 Tillers 4,364
I scheduled by the Jax Navy Fliers K.S Coke 1-9 .100 NARTU 2.222
with the strong Fort Gordon SCHEDULE of play duringthe

I Signalaires last week were called { t 9 coming week includes today,

I off due to rain, however they Thursday, July 13, at 1930, Uni-

bowed in defeat to the Army men A .., ;.'}..'O... ted Electric vs VA-44; Friday,
in the game played Friday with S July 14, 1930, Suddath vs Fore-

| a score of 16-0. /It" most; Saturday, July 15, 1700,
::: King Size Coke McDuff and
Games that were scheduled for J.;). vs
Saturday and Sunday could not '-- 1930, NARTU vs United Electric;

| be played due to rain. and Monday, July 17, 1930, King
Size'Coke VA-44.
ii vs
Winning pitcher for the Signal-
All games scheduled are Major
was Mal Warren, propertyof
I. League games which will end
the Baltimore Orioles. Many ,
the regular 1961 season. The
others of the Army team are also .
; Minor League ended its seasonon
semi-professional players, most of
whom were members of the

Third Army Championship team
I in 1960. ..q. "See that man over there,.'

The Fliers have scheduled a yt said the high school boy. "He's

I similar three-game series with t the principal of the school and

the Hunter Air Force Base team the ugliest man I've ever seen

for this Friday, Saturday and in my whole life."

Sunday, July 14, 15 and 16. The :;.:.:,;:,;;: ::::.'>:;....; "Do you know who I am,"
.....,.. "......
game Friday will get underwayat .;; :,, : said the girl listening to him.
1500 with the other two days' "I'm his daughter."

games starting at 1400. .Y "Do you know who I am," retorted -

r-" .. .., :.........,} the boy.

The decrepit car rattled "up toa PRACTICE. PRACTICE PRACTICE ha given the Jax Navy Varsity Bowlers an impress "No," said the girl.
toll bridge. "Fifty cents, said live 18-6 record over local opponents. The keglers bowl against Cecil Field. Mayport, and San- "Thank goodness for that," answered -
the guard. ford._Team members ((1 to r) Walt Z&borniak Admin.; Vic Cieplinski VA-44. Bob Gunther Special
"Sold! said the driver. Services Ray Gulla VA-44. Bill Scaxbrough NAS Ops and Jack Emch VA-44. the boy


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P.O. s JAY: AIR NEWS 13 July 1961

r I Former Bales To [ "
I If Ya' Wavy, Coast Guard ... .' '.:' .

.. : Ask Us Vels By NARTU

\ The Naval Air Reserve Train-
.... In' $6 me states horse and dog ing Unit, NAS, Jax has announ-
facing and gambling have been ced that all Navy and Coast
legalized. Do think that these
you Guard veterans may now "enlist -
and other forms of gambling with the same rate held at

should be legalized further the time of discharge, regard-

"I do. Mainly, I think it keeps less of time elapsed, for the pur-
corruption out of the state for pose of enrolling in the Selected
"""""< Reserve.
getting necessary -
funds for Qualified men will be assignedto I :

fr state expenses.I one of the 17 squadrons com- r
don't think prising NARTU Jax and drill one

that other weekend each month aboard the t \

:'. t i forms of gambling station.

: I except For more information, contact 3v, ,
a : ti ?r '
Y 3 r ; # Co ..y2 { 4'r:, >s tra {
3 :
horse and dogor the Naval Air Reserve Training < F '< {

gambling in Unit, NAS Jax by phone at Ext. .

i r}: ; :>< areas where it 268.

; .i :yt4'
is under local A.rrsa\cACit:: :

Lancaster control shouldbe Five PresentedContinued WE'RE 18 NOW-Teller; and cashiers line up for a piece of one of three beautiful cakes
allowed though." Marshall L. baked especially for the 18th anniversary of the NAS Barnett National Bank Facility last Friday.
( from Page 1)) Capt. James R. Reedy, NAS commanding officer, does the honors for waiting (left to right)
Lancaster, ADC, VU-10 Detach- his award for services performedin Mrs. Ann Finisier, Mrs. Muriel Cook, Mrs. Lois Hill and Margaret Shuman.
ment. ---------
research, development and
"Yes, I do. I hope this doesn't installation of a lubrication sys- Powered Sound Tested LaCroix GetsSpecial
get me into trouble with the for all High
tem equipment used in
,..,, ,
church but I :":::..;:::::':':"""':h: "''''w *
O&R. His
'' : system provides a
think that a f clean transfer of lubricants from By Navy For Sub DetectionWashington N. Z.Assignment
good segment __ { :r: container to machine and iden-
of the ___ ;; AFPS-The intends find if
public ____ f tification of various lubricantshas ( Navy to a
will gamble oneway L _' been simplified to the point "very high-powered sound source" combined with sensitive

or the :} where inexperienced personnelcan receivers can detect and track submarines over vast dis-
other so the tances of ocean. The former Navy tanker Mission Capistranohas
perform NAS Jax will be losing its No.
community and without been modified to carry the equipment in connection
error. 1 attraction
J public speaking at
governmentmay Hugh C. Ward was presentedhis with Project_ Artemis., least six months, with the detachment -
Artemis is
as well an exploratory
benefit from Performance Award for the development effort sponsored, by the sound source would furnish Of rtw\w .1::WWirj:\ % ('1
overhaul of various
types of lights for a town of 50,000 per- Lcdr. James R. ., : .
tax revenue oft the Office of Naval Research to to' ': .xr-:::>,\> !
Hayes items assigned to him, especially the said. LaCroix i '
sons, Navy a 1
the determine the feasibility of using
activity. Lt. Morris L. -
magnetos. During a year's in the
per- Operating primarily to ,
three weeks instrument flight the transducer and high gain t-I' .u.
iod, although he was on loan area north of the Bahamas to Radar t1
receivers for locating submarines.The .
course training, VA-44.
from his own shop and was Cape Hatteras and Bermuda, the Traffiic .{> f
transducer five
"Negative! For one thing, Idon't assigned to dispatch and paper ship will be manned by the Mili- Center here. ftJ>:h:,'
hundred of
high, weighs tons.
_think,, that any form of work, Ward processed magnetosand tary Sea Transportation Servicefor LaCroix has : {ff
*' <<'w.:: The Capistrano is outfitted to
gamblingshould distributors in excess of the Office of Naval Research.A been handed a :
:' raise and lower the sound
,;? be legalized 100 percent of standards. tower called Argus Island special assign-
the water and provide power ]
:{ in the Superior Award winner Ray- has been installed 30 miles south- ment of duty
for its
kS' .::i ia United States. mond G. Splinter, was recog- The electrical operation.power used in I west of Bermuda as a relay point at Christ, U.Lcdr.& LaCroix.*.-mi **"

"mW.If' this is not nized for the outstanding work for hydrophones placed on the Church, New Zealand. He will

"'W$: i % should be legalized presentation of data essen- WAVES Set tower has been erected on top trol Approach Unit being estab-

R t."J'44.;;}1; all the tial to the installation and main- of an extinct underwater vol- lished at the Naval Air Facility

way. I have tenance of standards for the Los AngelesFor cano. there and will also be liaison
seen too many Machines, Metal Shop 7275. Time The concept of using a very officer between the Navy's An-

bad resultsLee spent in the maintenance of ReunionThe high-powered sound source com- tarctic operations and the facil-
from gamblingin standards for this area has been bined with sensitive receivers to

any form." Sgt. Robert E. Lee, significantly reduced due to his Statler-Hilton Hotel in accomplish long-range submarine ity.Christ Church is the jumping

Marine Barracks. converting data to a form which Los Angeles, Calif will be the detection was proposed by Dr. off point for flights to the An-

"Yes, with certain restrictions. can be presented in "Nomo- scene of the 19th National Re- Frederick V. Hunt of Harvard tarctic and is also the main sup-

There should be an age restriction graph" charts and then assem- union of Waves, July 2730.A University. ply base for the Deep Freeze Expedition -
with a bled in notebook form. special invitation has been I The Navy explained that in and the National Science

minimum age Another Performance Award extended by the reunion com- recognition of his work, the pro- Foundation's research programon
of 21. The income mittee to all with former named after Artemis,
was presented to Preston S. women ject was the icy continent, in con-
from tax > Wade for his consistently superior Navy service who have returnedto Greek goddness of the hunt. junction with the International

I will assist the k' 'q1I ; performance of duty.Wade civilian life. Geophysical Year Program.
: state but there .+# ; Jh assumed the additional duties of The committee said that since AFMA MembersTo LaCroix, who has participatedin
is bad': {fi there is actual of
one I instructing in mathematics, part no organization previous Deep Freeze Expedi-
point. A lot ofpeople f# :flVr. : of trade theory for fleet maintenance retired Waves, no one knows the Hear tions, will be traveling back and

will go )i and maintained the Ap- whereabouts of all the 125,000 LyntiOn forth between Christ Church and
broke and that !':::: prentice Shop Progress Records. women who have served in the the three U. S. stations at the"
is the main i :.: ,, J.ft NaVy since they were first recruited 20lh
rL>XY'v: >>:> """ ";s: : Due to the diverse and complex July "World's Icebox," the South Pole,
reason why I Krali nature of the duties it was nec- in July 1942. Byrd Station and Hallet. His
don't gamble." Richard H. Kratz, essary to procure two instructorsto Of this number some 6,000 J. C. Lynd, personnel and special assignment will take

AN, RATTC, Operations Depart- fill the position when Wade women are still on active duty training manager of Winn-Dixie about six months after which he
ment. was and about 5,000 are in the Re Sotres, Inc., will be the princi-
promoted. to return
expects to Jax.
serve. pal speaker at the next
Charles R. Cooke was pre- Some of the highlights of the the Jax Chapter of the Armed LaCroix holds a local record
23 'Benny'Continued sented a Performance Award for three-day reunion include visitsto Forces Management Associationto for his public speaking engage-

the skill and industry shown in movie and television studios, be held JuJy' 20 at 1130( at the ments. Devoting an exceptional
( from Page 1)) consistently maintaining a high NAS Officers Club. amount of his leisure time, he
Disneyland and other Southern
Grundig of Public Works. volume of work with a mini- California attractions. Lynd, who has been in per- has given a total of 91 ninety-
Comdr. E. W. Scantlebury, mum of rejects. In addition to sonnel work for 20 years and minute lectures on the Antarcticand

Comptroller, presented a $25 overhaul work, Cooke also inspected with the Winn-Dixie organization the Deep Freeze operations,

I award to Yvonne R. McCullough magnetos and distributors I CI&E for 15, will speak on "Phil to schools and groups in Florida,
,I tor her improved method of which he tested and exam (Continued from Pgae 4)) osophy of Management." Georgia, Masschusetts and Kan-
keeping required records and ined in excess of 100. percent of I tinue to draw their full pay and The July 20th gathering will
disbursements in depositors' ac- standards. allowances during schooling. The also feature the election of officials sas.He has been recommended by

counts. Julian )F.E Culver was recog- student is also eligible for regu- for the chapter. his command for the Secretaryof

LJnch and Reynolds, O&R also nized for his Performance Awardin lar advancement while attending I Close to 100 members have already the Navy Commendation for
received a letter of appreciation the overhaul of aircraft mag- school. enrolled in the 1 0 c a'l Achievement Award for his out-

for the installation of a guard netos. The award read that rare- These are a few of the educa- chapter of the AFMA which is standing efforts in the field of

rail around the work platformof ly was there a reject in any tional opportunities i offiered a non-profit organization devotedto public relations."I .
the HOK transmission test of the units he processed whichwas through the Career Informationand the improvement of manage-
stand. at a rate of 100 percent. Education Center. For fur ment throughout the Defense De- don't know whether or not
Culver is frequently called as ther information on these or partment. he feels insecure," said the

Recent research now indicates a trouble shooter on magnetos other educational programs, con- Membership consists of both child's mother to the psychiatrist,
that the Jonese are having trou- when such services are needed tact the CI&E Officer at Bldg. military and civilian personnelin "but everybody else in our

ble, keeping up with themselves. outside his own division. 955 or call ext. 618. the management field. neighborhood certainly does."