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I DOD Issues Military Civilian Code Of EthicsA I

new 19-page directive the subject have been brought feet their impartiality in gov- PROVISIONS OF the regu- sonnel may not take an outside
issued by the Defense De- together into one directive. ernments matters. lation closes many loopholesin job which might interfere with
partment how outlines con- SOME OF THE highlightsof DEFENSE PERSONNELmust previous ones dealing with official duties, and prohibits
duct requirements for of- the directive are: Militaryand report any personal conflict sales to the government lay enlisted men from taking out-
ficers, enlisted men and civilian employees of the of interests to their superiors regular retired officers of the side jobs or going into busi-

civilian employees.The DOD must shun any activity and disqualify them- armed forces. ness which might interfere
directive is a follow that might lead to a conflictof selves from acting on govern- The regulation prohibits for with local civilian employ-
through on President Ken. interest between their pri- ment matters in such cases. the first time, civilian emp- ment.
nedy's oft-repeated call for vate affairs and government They may not deal with loyees as well as military per- This latter restriction has

honesty and incorruptibilityamong affairs. former government personnelif sonnel from using their official been interpreted, however, as

all federal employees.It They may not accept any they know that the trans titles in connection with not applying to off-duty em-
is said to be the first time favors, presents, tips or entertainment actions will violate conflict of commercial enterprises.
that all DOD regulations on when it might af- interest laws. ADDITIONALLY DOD per- ployment.Vol. .


BrigGen. Robertshaw Pays j -

Surprise Visit To MarinesMarines JAK

of the Marine Air Reserve Training Detach-
ment and members of Marine Attack Squadron 142 were

paid an unexpected, surprise visit here last Thursday by
BrigGen. Louis B. Robertshaw, Commander of Marine Air
Reserve Training. 19 No. 18 U. S. NAS Jacksonville. Fla. 3 August 1961

Neither of the units were a- '

lerted to his arrival piloting his .,., .
St.Y;YY:;> <:};}k.};.:,'':;'' ::,Vic.>. }:: .. ,.. .. ..,..
own plane, from his temporary Capt. ReedyTo :x. ;::.k:':rY::, ;':;\;:' .::.:;3::;:t} ,;., ;:.Y.\rY. :>OJ ::>?;;Y3Y. :3:.r\' : gd:F.

headquarters at the Marine Corps N :

Air Station, at Cherry PointN.C.His ''::\,.
headquarters is at the Naval Leave August! I
Air Station, Glenview, Ill., but
he is currently operating out of

the N.C. base which is more For New DutyCapt. ii
centrally located for observanceof ,
annual summer reserve train- __
ing of marine reserve squadrons.Gen. James R. Reedy, com-
Robertshaw was met and manding officer of the Naval Air ?t
welcomed aboard by Capt. JamesR. Station, will be detached on August :

Reedy, commanding officer of 11 to take over his new postof _
NAS, Jax, and Col. Frank R. Commander Carrier Division OWF '
Porter Jr., commanding officer of 20 in his new rank of Rear Ad- fkF\'i

MARTD. miral.

The general spent only about One of 36 line officers approvedfor ?
three hours aboard NAS check- promotion to the temporaryrank

ing on the combat effeciency and of rear admiral recently,
effectiveness of pilots and mem-
Captain Reedy will take over
bers of VMF-142 who were winding -
up their annual summer I his new duties on August 14.

training period. Planes flown by ComCarDiv 20 is homeported at

the squadron for the first time NAS Quonset Point, R. I.

this year, the A4D "Skyhawk", The USS Lake Champlain, the \""
also received much attention :
last axial-deck Essex Class carrier :
from the general who is checkedout I 11 __

to fly any plane flown by is presently the flagship of "GET YOUR FREE MELON HERE"-Comdr. T. C. Deans, (left), operations officer of
Marines. Carrier; Division 20. Fleet Air Wing II. handed out watermelons last Friday to the 11 members of Patrol Squadron16's
Two other reserve squadrons, Capt. Reedy, who has been Crew One fulfilling a promise he made several weeks" ago if they should score 100% on
VMA-144 and VMA-341 an annual competitive exercise. He met th* crew's plane as it taxied into the squadron area
all Jax
commanding officer of NAS Jax with the sign snown and then proceeded to hnd out melons to (left to right) D. E. McKinley
based, will train here at NAS since July 1959, will be succeeded A03, F. M. Carney AMH2 Comdr. R. G. Bagby, commanding officer of VP.18 and plane
this summer for the first time commander of the crew C. T. Dyer. ADlj La. T. J. Maguire Li. M. E. Windham and!! fc. J.
in some five years and undergo by Capt. J. R. Compton, presently Jenkins ATI. Also receiving a melon but not shown in the picture were" LtJg( ). N. T. Cam-
transitional training for the "Sky- assigned as Operations Of- paninij K. A. LIsk. AT2 D. H. Maples AT3. and R. A. Danson. AE2.

hawk." VMA-144 is, currently in ficer of the Joint Staff, Com-

training VMA-341.and will be followedby mander in Chief, Pacific. VP-16's Crew One Collects

v. Insigne Search Melon Debt From ObserverHonesty

i4;S r?q.ff, k:2f.Yfr}:'':Y :':'n' 4..t:::k::' .Z Ended Judging is the better part of valor, so it is said, but
>..:.f; <:.;r.;::x..} w:Y ?,.f..:::Y.::;YY'v.f: ,, ::
+ a '
Y. : 'K.Y':5 1i f
''-t?f.r f.:Sf: : ;:r..j... wouldn't it be tempting to feel just a little to the contrary $,.+'' 7Qfr J..i Y.Y.fY Now UnderwayNaval when its going to cost you? Be that as it may, however, it
didn't swerve Comdr. T. C. Deans, Operations Officer of
%, ': search Aville's it Station for an Jackson-official Fleet Air Wing 11, in his recent appraisal of Patrol Squadron16's

.!kF foy Crew One on an annual competative exercise.
f/' .6. r.r f ;: :XYri.:; I insigne has 'ended. The con-
While acting as observer and
test devised to spur interestin which read, "VP-16 Crew One
scorer as to the proficiency of the
the search concluded Mon- Draw Free Watermelons Here,"
crew, captained by its squadron
day with approximately 100 directing them to his station-
commander, Comdr. R. G. Bagby,
f R.
f- >< k entries submitted.A some three weeks ago, Comdr. wagon nearby, where he made
specially selected panel of Deans observed that he didn't the pay-off for proficiency per-
F judges will convene today at believe that they would come sonally.

1300 to study'and review the through with a 100% score-even
designs. The winner of the offering to give each of them a ,
contest is expected to be an-
watermelon if they did.
nounced sometime next week. Friday Set As NAS
It is here that honesty and
winner will receive -
First place
valor took over because when
U.S. Savings Bond, Inspection, DayNaval
a $50 the crew's final score was tabulated I
.Y ? while second and third place by Comdr. Deans, it show- : personnel will be inspected -
will each receivea
contestants ed two things-100% qualification tomorrow, Friday, Au-
$25 Savings Bond.Assessment and the fact that he then gust 4, on, the NAS parade

owed each of the 11 making up ground at :0900. This inspec-
the crew a melon. tion was originally scheduledfor

The pay-off was delayed, how- Friday, July 28.
SURPRISE VISITOR-Marine BrigGen. Louis B. Robert 169170The ever, for some three weeks when The uniform for the inspection -
thaw (in flight suit), made an unannounced, surprise visit to the crew was suddenly deployed I I will be full dress
the Station last Thursday to the combat efficiency and
Employees' Mutual Death to Puerto Rico the following day! white for Naval personnel. The
effectiveness of Marine Attack Squadron 142 which was windingup
its two-week summer reserve training period. He was I Benefit Society advises membersthat but Comdr. Deans didn't forget Marine uniform will be pre-
greeted on arrival by Capt. James R. Reedy. NAS Commanding assessments 169 and 170 are his pact. He met the plane crewas scribed by the Commanding
officer (right), and Col. Frank R. Porter Jr., commanding of- now due and payable by August they taxied into the squadron, Officer, Marine Barracks.
ficer of the Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment hereat
NAS. 10. area on Friday with a sign i



Page 2 JAX Alt NEWS 3 August 1961

LtD -9 Top Positions

rwti AI A.44 How

NAS, Jacksonville
Capt. James R. Reedy Commending Officer In New HandsAtack
Comdr. Wider J. Schub .________-_ __________ Executive Officer
Fleet Air Jacktonvllle NAB 6ND

Rear Adm. Joseph M. Carton _____ Commander Squadron 44, one of the

Capt. Vincent Casey _.___.._...___..__...__....._.Chief of Staff largest component units of Com- 1
Fleet Air Wing Eleven mander Fleet Air, Jax, has reported -

Capt. Renfro Turner, Jr..__.. ___._Commander a complete change in its !
Capt. Murlin W. Alley .?...._._.__..__._........____Chief Staff Officer top; command. -
Naval Air Technical Training Unit
Capt. Robert J. Fleming.._......... Commanding Officer In the first Change to be accomplished -
Comdr. Eugene F. Verdery __ Executive Officer Comdr. W. B. Barrow }

Naval Hospital I has taken over as commanding
Capt. R. O. Canada __ Commanding Officer
Capt. Stephen H. Tollni ..... Executive Officer officer from Comdr.. A. L. Det-
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit weiler who has been assigned

Capt. F. H. Holt...._..___._......_ ..Commanding Officer duty as operations officer on the
Comdr. William M. Miller. .._..__ .Executive Officer aircraft carrier USS Shangri La.
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds' In Jacksonville, Florida at % '
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July The new VA-44 skipper comes to i
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jax from the Naval War College.In .

Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing the second change, Comdr.M. .
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hospital. C. Griffin has become squadron Mn.y;)%: {:: .:.v.O.LG':
Service Information Officer. ......r mrt>. Alex N. Mclnnls Jr. COMMENDATION MEDAL AWARDED"T" "L" Bolin.
Assistant Service Information fWlw......_- ,__..Andrew H. Planey executive officer, replacing senior chief aviation electrician' male of the Naval Air Tech
News Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb Staff-Mat Spencer JO); Sandy Martinson, Comdr. T. R., Sedall who will become nical Training Unit stands at strict attention while his com.manding .
JOSN; Ralph Bailey, AA. Photographer-lleane Solomon, PH2. air officer on the aircraft officer R. J. Flemming (left), pins on the Navy
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and 'International carrier USS Lexington. Comdr. Commendation Meal awarded him by the Secretary of the
Councils of Industrial Editors. Navy for services rendered at NATTU. Looking on approvingly
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material Griffin was skipper of Cecil in the rear (left to right) are Lljg( ). J. W. Welsh and Lt F.
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs Field's VA-35 prior to his assignment Adams.
unless otherwise credited, are official I U.S. Navy Photographs. with VA-44.
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone
extensions 6164, 656, 272 or 216.
Instructor Gets
Seat Belts Reduce NATTUnit

Serious Thought Needed

Injuries In Auto Navy Commendation MedalThe

Off-Duty Employment Accidents By 60o

belts deslgn.(
Seat properly d
Navy's Commendation Medal has been presented to
and installed increase the chancesof
Can Have DrawbacksLiving escaping an auto accident and "T" "L" Bolin, Senior Chief Aviation Electrician's Mate, at

injury by nearly 60 percent, its the Naval Air Technical Training Unit here by the unit's

isn't cheap these days, not even for service reported. Robert J.
commanding Officer, Capt. Fleming.
people who enjoy the frings benefits of military installations.A Researchers, police and doc-

man with a family, trying to put aside something regularly, tom have sifted 5,000 actual An instructor with NATTC,
for his children's Bolin, was awarded the commendation -
education and his retirement
own years, auto accident cases. From these!
often jumps at an honest chance to supplement his income cases, pairs of almost identicalcases 'O7 Club Seeking from the Secretaryof

by taking a part-time job in his free time. were selected. In each pair Several WorkersBus the Navy for meritorious serv-
ice between September 21, 1959
SUCH JOB OFFERS are not uncommon, especially hereat one case was with seat belts, the
and March 15 1961.
home. Civilian business people in general like to employ other without them. This com boys, waiters and ,

servicemen; they trust them and respect their capacity to parison is the first real proof of waitresses are needed at the Services rendered by Bolin '

do good work. Likewise, local commanders are generally the effectiveness of car seat belts. Commissioned Officer's Mess, which brought him, the recogni-

lenient in permitting a man to take an outside job once Previous evidence was based on Open. There are numerous tion included the modification of

they're assured that it will in no way conflict with or im- simulated, not actual accident openings for full and part time his school's vari-drive units and

pair his military performance.So conditions. employees at the Officers' associated test panels in 1960,
saving almost $8,000 in electric
it becomes a matter to which the man himself should These studies have proved be- Mess.
the instruc-
give some candid thought, whether he's already got a part- yond doubt that auto seat belts Persons interested should power tional, improving
atmosphere by reducingthe
time job or knows where he can get one. Is it one that will save lives and reduce the fre- contact Mrs. Elsie Walker in noise
heat and level and
prevent his and severity of injuries. person between 1400 1600,
getting enough sleep, thereby causing him to quency
later further developed the var-
be late for duty? Is it one that will leave him physically or : Safety belts "package" the occu- Tuesday through Saturday in
drive units to take of a
mentally fatigued, thereby reducing his military efficiency? pants;' keep them inside the car the Officers' Club Dining doubled student load.

Is it one that requires lengthy travel back and forth? when doors fly open, thus mini- Room.

THESE ARE ALL matters which concern him as a mizing injuries; and keep them His modifications eliminated
from being dashed against the buying and installing units that
serviceman. But there is another What
important aspect. About 78 percent of the Navy's would have cost an estimated
inside structure other
or against
about his wife and children? A that him
job keeps away
under added
ships were $105,000 plus an $13,500for
from home is bound to affect their lives by making him passengers.
World War II programs in less installation and saving annual -
Seat belts excellent insur-
remote to the domestic circle. And when
growing young-
than 100 days. electric power costs of
sters are concerned, there's no substitute for a dad's in- ance.
fluence $16,000. Costs to the Navy for

accomplishing the money-saving
That's why it's inadvisable for servicemanto
definitely a i.rt; ;. modifications came to $635.
take a job impetuously just because it's available and he The accompanying citation i

can use the money. True, it's preferable to going into debt, praised Bolin's outstanding tech-

but isn't it even a better idea to first re-examine the family nical skill, ingenuity and initi-

budget and see if expenses can't be trimmed? For a married ative, saying that they reflect
great credit to him and the Na-
serviceman is no different from a married civilian-he
val service.
needs the relaxation and rest of his off-duty hours and the

intimate human influences of his family.

More Accurate

'Hey Red' Turns All HeadsAt r}' bIt Weather Data


NARTU Liaison OfficeWhen IiL Due SoutheastMore

accurate weather predic-
Comdr. H. A. Hall assumed :: tions will soon be possible in the
answering their greeting all
the Command Liaison Officer's
southeastern section of the U.S.
three answer to the nickname on
duties at the
recently when aerologists receive the aid
occasion. Comdr. Hall has had )
Naval Air Reserve Unit
Training of 'the Navy's second weather
he literally saw RED. It seems I the nickname "Red" since boy- .:' radar pilot now nearing comple-
hood Chief
that Comdr. Hall, himself a red- Reedy says "Sandy"fits tion at NAS, Memphis.The .
him best
nowadays, and
head, has the unique distinc- '
writer Wright has been called powerful radar is capableof
tion of having all redheads in .. ,,
"Rusty" for so long that manyof r :'( detecting thunder-showers and
his office. Gordon H. Reedy, },
senior chief storekeeper, has her close friends don't know W@@;, cloud formations within 250

sandy red hair and the office her real given name. SHOWN SAFETY MEASURES-These members of the miles of Memphis.
But being a department of Jacksonville Police Academy who graduated into full-fledged
Elizabeth Wright is
journalist 100-foot steel
atop a
last week shown the of the
"carrot-tops" does have its finer policemen are safety procedures
quite well known for her hairas points. According to "Rusty", no Martin.Baker ejection seat by Lcdr. R. C. MaxwelL Safety tower, the radar's signals will
"Rusty." Officer of Attack Squadron 44, during a tour of the squadronlast be transmitted to the Meteorl-
one seems to ever give any trou- week. Police often first the of
are or early on scene an ogical Radar Set in the Opera-
So, visitors who call out "Hey, ble, for fear of the "redheaded aircraft accident therefore, VA-44 has taken steps to brief local
tions Weather Service office by
Red" are apt to find triple voices tempers" that might boil over. law enforcement officers on how: best to aid pilots in crashed
planes. means of underground cables.



3 August 1916 TAX AIR NEWS '"g. :3Fa'

5 NorwegianCAP i>\'it HolobaughSextonAre
"' "
,*. ,
// ')., : :<"' (,." ...,,, CommendedIn

Cadets VA-44 Selection

Commendations for their sel-
Ask Us Will Visit NASFive ection as Bluejacket of the Month

and Outstanding Plane Captainof
Many comments have been Norweigan Civil Air Patrol the Month have gone to D. D.

heard recently on the Station Cadets and their escorts will Holobaugh, PR2, and E. D. Sex-

about services and recreational visit NAS Jax, this Sunday Au- ton, AN, respectively, of Attack
benefits provided for military gust 6 through Tuesday, August Squadron 44.
personnel through the Navy Exchange 8 as part of the 1961 InternationalAir Both men were selected to receive -

and Special Services. Cadet Exchange.On ,., .," the awards in accordance
Some say personnel do not take Monday, the Norweiganswill .." ::\ with the squadron's policy of

adequate advantage of them and visit the NAS Overhaul and .,.*A$>AF$:'..'" recognizing outstanding perfor-
others that those who do > ">*" \
say Repair Dept., Airborne Early mance of its personnel.
tend to abuse them. What serv- Warning Squadron Four and Patrol Holobaugh received his com-

ice or benefits do you considerto Squadron Five. }ll mendation for his outstanding

be the most used? What serv- Nineteen foreign countries will : leadership ability and exceptional

ice do you think Is the most exchange their civilian airminded t,,.. ')h. ?"I/ i'l' professional knowledge' in main-

abused? young men with the United taining all the pilot equipmentin

"That's rather hard to say States this summer in an exchange a fine state of readiness, while
since I haven't had much experience sponsored by the Civil jl, If.: serving in the parachute loft.

with the facilities here. Air Patrol (CAP), a civilian Sexton was commended for

But, I do think the Navy Ex- auxiliary of the United States his service as a plane captain on
.... ., ..,. .....,
change facilities, especially the Air Force. '9'.i::>>" ..::,'%'* +bSA4a iti.ayr: : :" "+.>+i 5'a! 'vAtatavv< *> :*ac<<*' : the AD line, having completedhis
ATTACK SQUADRON 44'S FINEST-E. D. Sexton. AN (left),.
cafeteria, are very good. Also, This is and
the 14th consecutiveyear tasks
willingly, capably
and D. D. Holobaugh PR2, have been selected the two top
the swimming pools are nice and that the United States CAP personalities of the month at VA-44. Sexton has been named in a most exceptional manner.
are conveniently located." RonaldD. cadets have participated in the Plane Captain of the month and Holobaugh. Bluejacket of the Both men were cited for their
Barnes, ATWAN, VW-4. exchange and it is one of the Month. Both men were commended for their personal appearance personal appearance and bearing
and bearing, along with other attributes akin to their
national highlights of CAP special which was said to have been
individual selection.
activities during its 20th Anni- exceptional in spite of the type

'tJtt versary observance.One work they were called upon to
hundred thirty-five CAP GI LoaneesHave Standards Meet

cadets selected from the 50 states,

Puerto Rico and the District of Ends SessionsThe
:<-x.::. \ Columbia will visit in 19 friendly Repaid
nations. joint Army, Navy Stand-
\\t : .jl The purpose of the exchangeis Third In FullThe ards Indoctrination Meet woundup
'<*:-X Wi vBarnes**- ... to foster international under- two two-day sessions here
Smith standing, good will and fellow- Administrator of Veterans Friday.
"I would say the enlisted men's ship among the youth of the Affairs has handed past and pre- I Thursday August 3
clubs which provide good bands free world. sent servicemen a complimenton The meetings were held for I Mainside-Two Loves, 1900
are used the most. It gives per- the way they handle loans the purpose of standardizing procedures -
sonnel on the base a chance to from the Veterans Administration. within the Defense De- I of the
meet one another and to enhance Communism Film partment for accounting for plant NATTUnit-Masters
I congo Jungle, 1900 only.
relations John S. Gleason Jr. property equipment.The .
departmental through Said reports Hospital-Black Sunday, 1900
division parties. I really don't UnnecessaryFor that one-third of all GI Bill property involved in the only.

think any facilities are abused Military UseThe loans guaranteed or insured by new standard procedures includes Friday August 4
though." Carol A. Smith, AN the VA since the program beganin lands, buildings, and improve- 1900
Mainside-Johnny Dark,
.\, Operations. color motion picture titled June, 1944, have been repaidin ments thereto'and all collateral only.
"I would say the swimming "Communist Encirclement" has full. equipment.
pools are used the most becauseof been determined by official review I The completed payments account Procedures learned at the con- NATTUnit-Two Loves, 1900

the weather. The baseball diamonds of the Defense Departmentas for 1,980,400 separate ference will be put into effect only.
Hospital-Masters of the Congo
not being required for Armed
are also well-used. I think loans and than said
represents more immediately Lt. J. S. Vish-
1900 .
Jungle, only.Saturday
the Commissary Store is the most Forces training or internal information billion Gleason said.
$11.7 neski, NAS Fiscal Officer coor- August 5
abused because parents let their, programs. Highest repayment rate is for dinator of the meetings. The Mainside-Return to Peyton
DOD called of all
children run around when theyare attention GI business loans with a paidinfull -, active participation by the Officeof Place, 1900 only.NATTUnitJohnny.
ships and stations to the
shopping. In a lot of cases, many percentage of 89.6. The paid- Naval Material in coordin- Dark, 1900
nti-Communist materials
children are running around because already in-full percentage for farm loansis ating field trips should bring only.
approved for, use and available
the parents are busy buy- 77.2. about more efficient implemen-
Loves 1900
Hospital-Two ,
through both Navy and Marine
ing food, but in some cases, the Since the program began, tation of the new program, according only
Corps information
parents just don't care. Lee to Lt. Vishneski.
through March 1961, some 5,900- Sunday August 6
ATCS NAMT. The film is not to be purchasedby
Purnage, Navy or Marine Corps acti- 000 GI loans with a total valueof Representatives attended from Mainside-Lost World, 1400 and
rm..::!:" ,,' vities nor is it to be used by $50.5 million, have been guar- 35 activities located in Florida, 1900.

t. tr Navy Department personnel.An anteed or insured by the VA. Georgia, South Carolina, Missi- NATTUnit-Return To Peyton

ssippi, Bermuda, Trindad, Canal Place, 1400 and 1900.HospftalJohnny .

average of 41 new ships The future is where we'll all Zone, Cuba and Puerto Rico plus Dark, 1900

each year is required to keepa spend the rest of our lives. From representatives from seven major only.
modern fleet the size of the now on buy U. S. Savings Bondsto Navy agencies and the Department Monday August 7

present U. S. Navy. better your future. I of the Army. Mainside-A Yank In Ermine,
1900 only.

NATTUnit-Lost World, 1900
......--... m.-
-- Hospital-Return To Peyton
Purnage Denyko
Place 1900 .
"Well, right now I would say te only.Tuesday
the golf course and the swim- August 8
ming pools are used the most 'hvk Mainside-Portrait of a Mob-

due to the heat and the good ster, 1900 only.NATrUnitA,

weather. All this good weather Yank in Ermine,

entices people to use the out- r;1 1X'x',11 r yv:7 ?;r Y. 1900 only.
?? Hospital-Lost World, 1900
door facilities. The golf course
here is one of the nicest I've only.
seen in civilian and military life. Wednesday August 9

I can't think of any facilities that Mainside-Strangers When We
are actually abused offhand. Meet, 1900 only.NATTUnitPortrait.

George J. Denyko, AEC, Instructor of a Mob-
at AE "A" School, NATTU. ster, 1900 only.
Hospital-A Yank In Ermine,

(ghy nest or the ;rim:) 1900 An turned up at a prolucer's -

office with an ape in
tow. Said the producer, Not
;NCIDEFb A"1 i j another animal act! I suppose

b. MAKE WU this one talks, too."
FEEL.SMALL.., "No said the actor sadly. "He

MAY Nor-NVENOEICCED PREPARE FOR LAST SESSION-LI. John S. Viihneiki JrM Fiscal Officer, NAB Comptroller doesn't do a darned thing."
Department Comdr. George L. Filchett, Office of Naval Material Washington, D. C.; "Then why do you take him
[ John Stuller Office of Comptroller, Navy Department Washington; and Leonard Goar, Production around with you?" the producer
8 y : Equipment Agency, Ordnance Weans Commission Rock Island I1L. (standing, left to asked.
oA At.l- right), select slides and films on procedures for accounting for plant property quip- "Because ". the actor
../4getm"i $ meat within the Defense Department. The material was presented to last Friday's attendants explained
of the last day of two two-day sessions on the subject held her at NAS. "he's my agent.


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Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS 3 August 1961

i'. ,
Channel :i SecNav Endorses

Granting Of Leave

WAVEJacksonvile 's For FRA Meeting

Naval Air Sta- All commanding officers
tion Waves and their guests seem have been encouraged in a
to still have the "Happy 19th SecNav Notice to grant leaveto
Anniversary" cheer left over both officer and enlisted
from the big birthday party held personnel, who are membersof
Monday, July 24. the Fleet Reserve Associa-
PRESENT: FOR the cake-cut- tion, to attend the association's34th
ting ceremonies was Rear Ad- Annual Convention, if
miral Joseph M. Carson, Com- their services can be spared
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville, and operations permit.
and Commander Naval Air Bases The convention will be held
Sixth Naval District. On handto In New York City, N.Y., Sep-
assist Adm. Carson were MollyE. CHIEF OF STAFF- Cap!. tember 20-22 at the Statler-
Vincent F. Casey has taken Hilton Hotel.
Crawley seamen
over the post of Chief of Staff
and Angelina A. Pacholski, chief to Commander Fleet Air, Jack
radioman. Chief Pacholski has sonville, relieving CapL Gray his Navy career in 1936. He is I ;
the most time in service of'Waves ton H. Weber who has left married to the former Marjorie 1I 4 : :
stationed here at NAS Jax and for Rota, Spain. Capt. Casey Hege of Los Angles and they
comes to Jax from Washington
Miss Crawley is the youngest D.C. have'one daughter, Patricia Fran-
Wave, in view of time in service. cis, who is a junior at Florida
Adm. Carson also led the Grand State University.
broke Casey Is GRADUATION TIME-Lt. Julio B. Tagle (right), of the
which then Capt.
March 2030
Chilean Navy, discusses the Overhaul and Repair Department
into a waltz. One reason for the 12-week helicopter maintenance course with Capt. Robert H.
"left over" cheer from the party FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION Fagan, O&R Officer, who presented him his certificate of grad-
was Adm. Carson's birthday New Fairfax uation last Friday. Lt. Tagle is the first Chilean officer to
complete the course here.
aboard the
greetings to all Waves

Station"I WISH which TO reads take:this opportunity birth- Chief Of StaffCapt. The both installation Jacksonville of new Branch officersof and Chilean Officer Mess Cooks Are

to extend heartiest
day greetings and best wishesto Vincent F. Casey took Unit 91, Fleet ,Reserve Associa- Being ReplacedWith
the Waves in this commandon over the post of Chief of Staffto tion, took place Saturday night,
their 19th Birthday Anniver- Commander Fleet Air, Jack- July 22, in the Hotel Roose- CompletesO&R'Copter CiviliansGood

sary. sonville, last Friday, relieving velt Ballroom, in Jacksonville news is in the plans for
work Capt. Grayston H. Weber who Guest speaker at the joint installation non-rated who
"Your continuing hard the Navy man
had held the since No- and dinner-dance
inspiration, and effectivenessmake was receives orders to Naval Station} ,
all of us proud to have youas vember 1959. Rear Adm. Joseph M. Carson, Anacostia, D.C.; NAS Quonset
members of the naval team." A native of Los Angeles, Calif., Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville weeks of intensified Point, R.I., or NS Newport, R.I.
ANOTHER MESSAGE of good Capt. Casey comes to the Jax training at O&R were completedlast There won't be any mess'cooking
cheer to all U.S. Navy Waves Navy complex from Washington, Installed as President and Vice Friday by Lt. Julio B. Tagleof duty for them as civilians are
was that of Admiral Arleigh D.C., where he served as Execu- President' of Branch 91 were Carl the Chilean Navy, who is the now doing that job.
Burke, Chief of Naval Opera- tive Director of the Field Sup- F.' Smith, AEC, and Willis J. first: Chilean naval officer to receive Navy subsistence officials have
tions, dated July 26, reads: port Group in the Bureau of Capwell, MUC. New Presidentand maintenance officer on-the- studied all the angles of the experiments -
"To our wonderful Waves Weapons. Vice President of Unit 91 job training'at the Jax NAS conducted during the
worldwide: My warmest greet- Capt. Weber was detached to are Mrs. Joan Smith and Mrs. Overhaul and Repair Dept. past few months at these East
ings and congratulations as you Rota, Spain where he will com- Paula Miller. Mrs. Miller, past Capt. Robert H. Fagan, newly Coast installations to replace sea-
celebrate another significant mand the naval station. National President of the Ladies assigned O&R Officer presentedthe men in the mess halls with civi-
milestone of service and achieve- The new ComFairJax Chief of Auxilliary, was installing officer completion certificate to Lt. lian contract workers.
ment. Staff is a graduate of the Uni- for the Unit. Kenneth R. Munsch Tagle in ceremonies held in his The experimental studies were
"Today, in the last days of my versity of California and began installed Branch 91 officers. office. Lcdr Richard C. Fenner, made at the three stations last
Navy service, and on' this, your Also installed in Branch 91 O&R administrative services officer February and March. It was plan-
19th Anniversary, I recall howat where. were Carlos Hinojosa, YNC, secretary was on hand to add his con- ned to put the system into effecton
the mid-point of my career "AMERICAN WOMEN share Herbert A. Folkler, YN1, gratulations.The a permanent basis on July 1,
you joined the common effortto with American men our progress, treasurer, and for board of directors helicopter maintenancecourse but contract details necessistateda
build and man a fighting Navy' our problems, and our challengesas Lewis M. Altman, AOC, which was begun by Lt. slight postponement.
the like of which the world had a nation. Women of the Navyare Anthony C. Navarre, AE1, SamL. Tagle on May 8, specialized in
never seen. indispensable to maintainingour Cox, AKI, R. F. Hayhurst, the organization and functions of IN helicopter and to familiarizethe
"We accepted and met the power at sea, and to each of AE1, Lee M. Johnson, MU1 (ret.), the HSS-1N helicopter.The trainee with and develop his
challenge, and now, as the leading you I send my best wishes for Kenneth R. Munsch, MEC (ret.), course was designed to develop : knowledge of procedures for
seapower in a world threat- every future success." Cecil H. Jones, HMC, Tom F. knowledge and ability to recognition and correction of appropriate -
ened by a new form of expan- There will be a meeting of Lancaster, ADC, Joe Stoopes, Install, operate,. inspect and test I reciprocating engine
sionism, it is imperative that our the Wave Council and all NAS YN2, and Haywood Mitchell, JOt systems pertaining to the HSS- discrepancies.
fighting ships roam the watersof Waves in the barracks, tonightat Other Unit 91 officers installedwere
the world-providing strengthin 1730. All Wave personnel are : Mrs. Lucinda Navarree,
support of freedom every- requested to attend. secretary, Mrs. Amie Pierotti, : t

treasurer, Mrs. Anne Cairns, chap-
lain; for board of directors, Mrs.
Louise Davis, Mrs. Helen Wea-

ver, Mrs. Vina Phillips, Mrs. ,'
Stella Lodesky and Mrs. Martha

L } Formal opening of Branch 91's
Wit:' ;i club under new managementtook :; (

place Aug. 1, with Lee John : :
son, MU1 (ret.) as its new man-

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Drivers, Urged To .! ':t"-ti" ::", r r r *

'? f .': ?.; CtiQ.ti: >I '' #
Switch On LightsIf :' : '
''' ''
Visibility Poor ; 1. : ;'t1

Several near accidents have r rI.:: : ? .j

been reported aboard NAS s aoxco- k'

Jax recently due to the failureof
personnel not switching on
their car headlights during

EAST MEETS WEST-Comdr. T. R. McClellan (right), commanding periods of poor visibility. FRA REMEMBERS SHIPMATES-Members of Yukon
Florida's traffic laws whichare
Branch 126, Fleet Reserve Association R.
officer of Patrol Squadron. 30, anti-submarine war- presented Capt. O.
fare replacement squadron for Atlantic Fleet patrol squadrons, in effect aboard this sta- Canada, commanding officer of the Naval Hospital, a 21-inch
assists the signing in of his West Coast counterpart Comdr. tion, requires a vehicle opera- console TV set on Monday afternoon for installation and use
F. G. Koenig Jr.. CO of VP.31 ASW replacement squadron for tor to use headlights duringthe by patients in Ward C2. Present at the ceremonies were (left
the Pacific Fleet during his one-day visit to NAS Jax last twilight hours in the to right) Norman L. Flowers Chief of Hospital Special Services:
Friday. Both squadrons are charged with the unique mission Capt. Canada: Walter H. Johnson. AEC. president of Branch
of providing qualified ASW pilots and crewmen for their respective morning and evening, and dur- 126 who made the presentation: Paul W. Nets AECS, junior
fleet squadrons and the two skippers discussed mu. fog, smoke or rain. past president of Branch 126: and Harold E. McQuaig, ABEC.
tual problems during a tour of VP-30. Branch PIO.


3 August 1916 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5

AF679fh Takes IM Softball

: Title, Com Fair Jax SecondThe

Air Force 679th dumped NARTU 6-4 at EnterpriseField

last week to cop the Mainside intramural softball

title. Being the smallest permanent unit aboard the Station

doesn't seem to be much of a handicap as far as these fellowsare

concerned, for they also grabbed the touch football
crown last fall.

Fantastic pressure could be

4 seen on the faces of both playersand GolfCommittet

1\ : fans, for a NARTU victory

would have meant a four way
Sets Plans For
tie and another play off.

i J In the first inning Air Force

a x < short stop Jack Mynes got some Junior GolfersJunior

.ki real good wood on the ball fora
\ r.vK kY 4L golfers aboard the Sta-
round trip and two rbi's.
tion have considerable activityin
sJ( {r a Outstanding defensively was
store for them during August
:/ tL AF rightfielder Tom Broome, who and September. A recent meet-

made one of the nicest catches ing of the NAS Jax Tournament

Ky., c seen this year, as he snagged a Committee mapped .plans for the
long high fly in a desperationdive following events:

possibly preventing an- Junior golf instruction will be

,other run. conducted by the club profes-
SOFTBALL CHAMPs-The: Air Force 679th AC&W Squadron were all smiles as they The contest moved into a. sional August 8, 9, 10 and
gathered around for this photo after dumping NARTU 6-4 last week at Enterprise Field, giving on
tight 4-4 deadlock in the final
them the Mainside intramural softball title. Kneeling, (left ) is Jim Menear. Joe Kuxo, I 15. All juniors are urged to take
Ken Cooper Jim Ring and Reno Bars Back row (left to right) Jim Duncan Roland Hotten- inning when the break for the advantage of these lessons.
stein Tom Broome. Gary Evens Jack Mvnes and Dick Grant. Air Force happened. Swatter Jim Boys and girls Junior Tourna-

-- Ring clouted the ball for another ment on August 16 and 17. This

homer with a man on base, win- will be a medal play affair with

VA-44, Faetu fAX AIR ning the ball game ,and the the juniors divided into age

SPORTS championship. groups of 14 and over and 10 to

ComFairJax, formerly all but 13.
Iron Man .
Top NEWSLittle conceded champ by many peo- Another junior event for both

ple, whipped the Marines 9-6 boys and girls is planned for

,he following night to take second August 22-24. This will consistof

Trophy RaceGolf State Title place. nine holes of match play. One

League The order of final standingran dollar entrance fee will cover the
and Swimming titles decided
as follows: Air Force 679th cost of both Junior Tournaments.On
the outfit identity aboard of the the top Sta-intramural Play Ends Here TomorrowBlue 5-1; ComFairJax 4-2; Marines 4- September 10, a Junior-
tion 2; VA-44 3-3; NARTU 3-3; Ad- Senior Tournament consisting
Hornets, as Attack Squadron 44's Angel Park located near the Main Gate has been min 1-5 and VP-16 1-5. 18 holes medal play will com-
edged out Faetu for the the site of frenzied baseball activity since yesterday (Wed- mence. The entrance fee for this
spring leg of the Iron Man Tro- the Little State Tournament in full
nesday) with League is also one buck. (
phy, 3,928 to 3,115. Faetu coppedthe swing. I All interested juniors are requested -

Mainside basketball cham- Channel 12's sports director I to sign up at the golf
pionship earlier in the year and BovWngMeefSefAt /
Walt Dunbar acted as Master of shack for the forthcoming events.
was among the top three con-
tenders.In Ceremonies yesterday morning SportsmanshipIs Gym August 6
third before the first game. Rear Ad-
place at the final VA-44 Hornets Cop
miral Joseph M. Carson, Com- An intramural bowling organizational -

Their tally was points Hospital were accumulated with 2,635. mander Flet Air Jacksonville, Vital PartOfAIIAthletics meeting will be Mainside Golf TitleThe

welcomed the players to NAS held at the Mainside Gym,
through good performance Hornets snatched
in all VA-44
Jax and tossed out the first Tuesday, August 8, at 0930, to
sports, even though intramural golf
they didn't the Mainside
ball to begin tournament play. make plans for the first of the
take a title this spring. fall title from two other close com-
Among the other major sports Eight of the midget clubs are vities sports program. All acti- petitors last week on the Sta-
planning to enter a team
champs on the Station, the Air battling for the State title, enabling The word "sport" is definedin are urged to attend. tion golf course here.
Force 679th softball titlists tal- the winner to go to the Webster's dictionary as a pas- The Fly boys sported a 2-0

lied .an'eighth place with 1,848points Southern Regional playoffs to be time or amusement in which a slate for the crown. ComFairJaxand

and VP-5 fell into the staged at Lake Charles, Louisi- person engages; a play; a game; still the battling. line Hospital "B" shared second
thirteenth slot with an even 1,000 anna, later this month. Each of a diversion etc. upon ; with 1-1, and Faetu wound uplast
with the eight Little League districtshas "For when One great scorer
their intramural 0-2.
bowling Being a "good" sport may have in the playoffs,
comes to mark against
victory. a representative who eliminated your
a slightly different meaning but
local competition before arriving I name,
The long list of other com- one cannot long exist withoutthe Softball Tryouts
mands follow in VAP62 here. They are: District 1, "He writes-not that you won Varsity
sequence; other. The adjective implies
2,180 Admin 2,040; ComFairJax Pensacola Civitan; District 2, that a participant derives the or lost-but how you played the Enterprise Field, August 710at
1,995 Marines ; Fernandina Beach; District 3, game." 1630.
; 1,945; NARTU greatest possible pleasure from
1,710; VP-18 1,205; A/C Maint. North Orlando Kiwanis; District competition by observing writ-

1,190; O&R 1,090; VA-165, 630; 4, Plant City Nationals; District ten rules and refraining from

Operations, 623; Dispensary, 560; 5, Clearwater National; District excess criticism and ridiclue of b ,, f ?

Supply, 550; VP-30, 530; VA-35, 6, North Seminole (Tampa area); other's performance. In short, n'':y3sr''} .:3%" '.'<' K ''i

510; VP-16, 255; Disbursing, 200; District 7, Wilton-Monroe (Fort those people who are even temp- yam :

MARTD, 200; Waves, 190; Den- Myers area) ; and the SouthwestBoy's ered during a game, and show

tal 150; Army ADA, 150; Navy Club from Miami. consideration for other playersand .
Security, 150; Chaplajns, 140; Navy Jax Ortega's Little Lea- umpires alike, actually get f3.$:{' %:.?:i {..'),{

FAW-11, 0; and VU-10, minus gue' team was eliminated from more benefit from the activity. }
200 points.A the State competition after losing Athletic recreation involvingeven Y.r

trophy presentation banquetis two games out of three last the simplest of rules has Yki

to be scheduled later this week at the Coco Beach District often been compared closely with ;; ; ... oi; : s

month for the presentation of 2 playoffs. The stout hearted the situations a person copes

awards.On horsehiders dropped two in a with in everyday life. The well- ;:c4j'f.n J
tap for the coming Fall sea- known of Grantland Rice
row, 8-1 and 4-0, after winning poem
son are: gets the point across:
their first encounter 4-0. (,'$ fr.
September Bowling, Touch }.Y
; / "You'll find the road is long a
Football, Volleyball, Golf. Games are scheduled for 1430 and rough, with soft spots far /c( :

October; Bowling, Touch foot- and 1700 today (Thursday) with apart,

ball, Volleyball, Golf. the playoff at 1700 Friday, *
"Where only those can make /
November; Bowling, Touch UI '
Football, Volleyball, Basketball. I or 1930 depending on whetherthe the grade,' who have the uphill i' .3:%r..{

teams are accustomed to heart,
December; Bowling, ,Basket- I
ball. night games., Consolation gamesare "And when they stop you witha
thud or jolt you with a crack, :, {
being played each day, enabling % tu3': f i9 ; 9r. }
ff.; : dssiY2si' tirAx+Y,#vw.
"Let courage call the signals as : a:..zJi J/y/f Varsity Softball Tryouts each team to play all S ry f yKka} # y; : a,
k/ /,
; you keep on coming back. / 3rr yli. / R

Enterprise Field, August 7-10 three days. Times for those tomorrow "Keep on coming back and
A FREEZER FULL-Anglcri A. P. Lowry (holding fish)
' 1 at 1630. are 1000, 1230 and 1430. though the world may romp and Dick Dunnels of VA-35 hooked these five plump large-

Results of yesterday's games across your spine, mouth bass recently at Santa Fe Lake near Gainesville, using
live shiners and plugs. Weights of the finny fire are (left to
MORE SPORTS ON PAGE 6 were ,not available at press time. "Let every game's end find you right 5, 6. 8, 11 and 13Vi pounds.

I II I: '

Page 6 JAX Am NEWS 3 August 1961
I -

VAP-62 Songwriter Gets r Cecil-Based

i 13-Cent In Royalty Check __ VF-14, VA-15,

Songwriter Elmer Cook, here at the Naval Air Station,

111: has been getting quite a bit of kidding, lately, concerning Win Battle E'sTwo

his. possible troubles! with the Internal Revenue service.,
The 25-year-old: tunesmltn,:
II who is also a photographer'smate ing on the choices of th;j singer. NAS Cecil Field-based

third class in Heavy Photographic "He's terrible," Cook said.III squadrons have been awarded

i, Squadron 62, received a can't even persuade the disk- Naval Air Force Atlantic squadron -
royalty check last Friday, for a jockeys at the local radio stationsto battle excellence pennantsfor

t, song he penned and had re- put it on the air." fiscal year 1961.

I corded. Meanwhile, Cook is not lettingthe sa3 Top squadrons were Fighter

The amount of the check was proverbial grass accumulate Squadron Fourteen and Attack
under his shoe leather. He has
13 cents. Squadron Fifteen. Both groupsare
Cook wrote a song, called been writing the lyrics of songs presently deployed aboard the

"Hey, Little Qeenie," in 1958 and since he was in high school in his aircraft carrier USS Franklin D.

..sent it to a recording companyin home town of'Lenoir City, Tenn., Roosevelt.The .
[ In of and is busy turning out more. awarded
Hollywood. February pennants are annually -
last the recorded Who knows? With a hit record, the basis of
year song was $ on points accumulated -
that 13 cents could grow into :
-along with 23 other songs-by from various com-
rock 'n' roll singer Tony Rogers $13,000 or more. petative type exercises.

1 and placed on the market in an He may yet have the last { Vice Adm. Frank O'Beirne

album named "Music of America. laugh on his friends-and be a "LIKE, I DONT HEAR NOTHING" emphasize the fact ComNavAirLant sent this mess-
." large contributor to Internal that he really doesn't hear anything on the radio of the rock- age to the winning squadrons:
Revenue. 'n-roll he wrote and had recorded songwriter Elmer Cook
Tony, unfortunately, is not to "The that
photographer's mate third class of Heavy Photographic Squad numerous squadrons
be confused with recording star ron 62, displays the 13 cent royalty check which he received on provided such close competitioncan
Jimmy Rogers-only a total of Friday from sales of the platter. Cook has taken much good be justly proud of their
23 albums have been sold toriofA NX Patrons UrgedTo natured kidding about the hefty check, but who knows, one day I demonstrated readiness achieved
"Hey Little Queenie" (that's the name of the recording) or another
Cook's share of the royal- : under trying circumstances this
of his songs might click and make him a rich Navy photo
ties on each record sold is two Dress ProperlyAll grapher. past fiscal year. To all winnersmy

and three fourths cents. congratulation. Well done."
Cook, who believes his is personnel, military, civi-
song World's Indoor Ocean
great-naturally-blames the un- lian and dependents are reminded Largest
of the stand-
spectacular sales of the recordClassified proper Forms
ards of dress for shopping at Simulates Actual Sea Conditions

,, the Navy Exchange facilities.

According to the dress requirements The Navy now has the largest New Office;

: of NAS Jax Inst. known simulated ocean in the created. Tests can be made at

: '. .. ,. ''', '''; 1020.3F of May 4, 1961, halters, world in which it can test model any angle to the waves. This Replaces TwoA
bandana tops, bathing suits ships under extremely realistic allows maneuvers to test the
Oak and short shorts are not considered conditions.The handling qualities of a ship which
Hill-3 bdrm, CB, 4&% VA; N.
V. Costantino, SP 10605. proper attire for shop- "ocean", dedicated recently could not be done before. new office combining the
(Oak Hills Manor-3 bdrm, low dn ping at the retail stores and functions of the former Assistant
Increased in demands
by Secretary of the Navy JohnB. speed ships -
pymt; R. J. Devine, SP 17161. snack bars. Directors for Naval Weapons and
FOR RENT Connally, is located at the finding the means to enable -
}1\\ Duplex Apt.-furn or unfurn, 2 bdrm, David Taylor Model Basin, Car- the ship to ride out roughseas Tactical Weapons has been estab-
I elec kit, I child, no pets, Murray Hill, derock, Md.Known without damage to ships or lished by the Department of Defense -
; 907 Nelson St.; H. E. Norris. .
to execute evasive maneu-
Venetia-3 bdrm, elec Stv, $125 as the Maneuvering and cargo
per It is called the Office of the
vers or to serve as a stable
mOl Ext. 442. Seakeeping (MASK) Facility,
Furn Gar Apt-3 rmi, bath, couple the building housing the ocean platform for launching guided Assistant Director for Limited
only; C. B. Johnson, EV 89930. five missiles or aircraft. The intri- Warefare Systems, says a DOD
l Lake Shore-furn apt, prl home, $50 covers acres.
cate problems of hydrodynamicsalso
I per mo; Mrs. Groves, EV 94275. NOTE The new plant will greatly increase announcement.
Unfurn-3 bdrm home, animals, can be studied more exten-
$75 the Navy's ability to pre- Overall responsibility of the
per mOl Jim Dickson, EV 7-2330. sively and thoroughly in the new
Riverside Furn Apt-3 rms, prl bath, The CPO Club picnic, originally dict full-scale performance of facilities. office includes activities in the
Mrs. Edward Smith; EV 4-1943. scheduled to be held July 16 ships under actual .ocean condi- fields of combat antisub-
sea ,
THIS 'N' THAT and postponed until August 6, tions, and solve complex prob- Congress has provided that the
House Swap-2 bdrm blk home, Pen- has now been cancelled altogether lems of stability and control. Navy's model basins shall be marine warfare, fleet air defense -
tacola, for 2 or 3 bdrm home, Jax
V. J. Meredith, ADC, 5521 Essex Circle, according to Club Man- The Navy's model basins have made available to the maritime amphibious and land com-

Pensacola, Fla. ager E. R. Funk, chief aviation been predicting performance of industry, but in the past they bat, mobility, logistics, guerrilla,
Lost-blk & sil Shaeffer fountain pen, machinist's mate. ships for more than 60 years by have not been adequate to meet counter-guerrilla and tactical
name t address taped on barrel, las)
used In area of Hospital, If found notify Persons who have already pur- means of model tests. However, all the requests.The warfare systems, and related

Shirley A. Hunt, ARC, USNH Jax EV chased tickets to attend the picnic these predictions have not been phases of tactical warfare.
7-1621, Ext. 50. will be refunded their pur- entirely satisfactory as a test
field Riders W.nted-W., 6th St., Spring chase price upon presentation of could be made only in smooth Navy's first amphibious Frank A. Parker, who formerly -
area to NAS Jag, 0800-1630.
Louis Trembley Ext. 8118 or 8198. the stubs, said Funk. water and in "regular" waves assault ship, the USS Iwo Jima served as Assistant Directorfor

which are encountered very rare- (LPH2), will join the U. S. Pa- Naval Weapons, has been

ly in oceans. cific Fleet in August 1961. named to head the new office.
Variable and confused seas,

which more nearly resemble act- -- --

ual ocean conditions can now be --w

Jax-Navy Softball

Team PreparingFor


4 } 6ND TourneyThe

Jax Navy softball team is
1 /
now preparing for the Sixth 'hQi4

Naval District tournament com-

ing up in September. In order to

field the strongest possible teamto

represent Jacksonville Navy at

the event, Coach Ray Baker invites ,
all personnel interested in I

playing with the varsity team,
to attend tryout practice sessionsat -f

Enterprise Field, August 7-10,
at 1630. All those attending will

be given an equal chance to

prove their qualifications to playon

the team, as all positions
DINNER IS SERVED-Wilber Warren, aviation store are "WHAT A CHANGE"-Capt. Charles Deneen is sent "on
keeper airman, of Aircraft Maintenance, (seated) was quite wide open to the best players. his way" in the Naval Air Reserve Training Unit "Model T" by
surprised on Monday at noon when he was told that he was The Flier "softies" face Pat- Comdr. Phillip G. Smith and Miss Gloria Brody. "Miss Duval
the millionth customer in general mess since January lit at rick Air Force this Friday and' County of 1961". after being relieved as commanding officer of
Galley One. Warren eyeing the cake baked and presented in Saturday for duo double headersat Transport Squadron 742 by Comdr. Smith. Both Capt. Deneen.
his honor, was even more surprised when Lcdr. Lawrence E. who had commanded VR-742 since July 1958 and Comdr.
I Sutherland, Commissary Division Officer, served him the one Enterprise Field, beginning at Smith a long-time NARTU pilot, were heard to remark. "Whata
millionth dinner. 1900. change of command.