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Jax air news
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Early Reports Reflect

JtlX Spirit In Fund Drive

When the Navy units involved in the Community Chest-

United Fund drive indicated they were anxious to get an

VoL 19 No. 26 U. S. NAS Jacksonville. Fla. 28 September 1961 : early start this year, they meant._ just that.. .. I
iveymen, tnose individuals wno
make the personal contact with
New Air Service
personnel within units, had

hardly finished bringing back

At Reduced Bale their campaign literature from

last Monday's kickoff rally before -

some outfits were already

Now Available r -': 4'\ : reporting over the top.

FOUR OF THE 16 outfits
operating -
The Joint Airlines
Traffic Office located in Military Build- 4;; as separate activities in the
LL'4 j drive were "over the top" as
ing 13 here at NAS Jax has an-
of Tuesday of this week. They
nounced a new service to mili-
were NARTU Jax, Marine Air
tary personnel and their
dependents -
Reserve Training Detachment,
between the ages of 12 and .w- !J : iit Naval Reserve Training Center
22 which will afford
air and the Office.It .
Navy Recruiting
travel at half fare based
first-class fares.Reservations 'i ; was emphasized stronglythat
\ even though each of the
for the "
new Service -
0 activities had met or exceededits
will not be accepted, how- "::j\\ t:, \ '
quota, the drive is not over
ever, more than three hours
for them by any means. Contributions
fore the scheduled I':1
departure of
; are still pouring in
the flight on which the j

ger is to travel. If reservationsat passen- JJ. _. ; :. .. ,. __:..:" from these outfits.
this reduced ASSUMES' NAS COMMAND-Capt. James R. Compton. (left), reads the orders assigning him A solid shot in the arm was
fare are not to command the Naval Air Station Jacksonville to the assembled heads of the various Station given the local campaign
by a
available on the flight which a Departments during an informal change of command ceremony in his office on Monday morning.
person desires to travel; they Capt. Compton relieved Comdr. Walter J. Schub (center, foreground) who had been acting Station combined i $6,500 contributionfrom
may stand-by for the flight skipper since August 12. Comdr. Schub reassumed his former duties as Station executive officer. the carrier Franklin D.
take to On hand for the ceremony were (left to right), Caot. James J. Davis Jr., Supply Officer Capt. Roosevelt and Carrier Air Group
advantage of spaceavailable James A. Bentley, Public Works Officer Capt. Robert H. Pagan Overhaul and Repair One, both operating during the
seating. Officer Capt. Joseph W. Weaver. Senior Medical Officer Capt. Davis Henderson. Assistant Den-
This new service can be of inestimable tal Officer Comdr. Edwin W. Scanllebury Comptroller end Comdr.. George Center. Security drive under 4.he banner of Com-
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville.
value to service per- Officer. .. .. .
sonnel under I AnOther o-unit, Disease

to Claude 22-years-of-ago J, Cathey,,according Peacetime GI Vector Control, working with

manager of the JAMTO, who, 'Open House' Will Climax NAS Jax, also was listed as exceeding -
its quota before the first
urges that personnel contemplating Bill Dies; 62
a trip contact him at Ext. week was over.
8372 for complete details before Anniversary CelebrationA Hopes Look Dim THE CONTRIBUTION turnedin
by the Naval Reserve Train-
making other
arrangements.Christmas GI Bill benefits have died
three-day program surpassing anything presented again in this session of Con- ing Center, which is located on

locally by the Navy has been firmed up for the Jackson- gress. Legislation was con- Morse St., in Jacksonville, was

Mail ville celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Naval Aviation sidered for benefits for all especially significant in that the

I during October 15, 14 and 15.. ., servicemen who have entered unit had actually exceeded its

Deadline All naval activities In the duty since the Korean War, quota of "One Full Day's pay
For Jacksonville jumpers then steer their chutesso from each individual.
area arc cooperating including 76,000 reservists and
as to land in a target area "These early reports certainly
in the big event, which will national guardsmen.
in front of the spectators. This show real enthusiasm
Overseas Set be climaxed by a spectacular Unless there's an all-out among our
form of exhibition is commonly personnel," said one Jax Navy
Open House show at NAS Jax on mobilization in the coming
Overseas mailing deadlines for known as "skydiving." campaign official. "We are hop-
Sunday, October 15. months, the prospects of Con-
Christmas parcels have been announced Included in the air show will ing that this enthusiasm spreadsand
by the Secretary of DURING THE Open House, be a helicopter demonstration; a gress passing a peace time Gl effects a chain reaction so

Defense and the Postmaster which begins at 1000 and closedat high performance take off and a I' Bill next year, is also con- we can really wind this thingup
General. 1700, the public will be treat- sidered remote according to
high speed pass with maximum the latest in a hurry, he added.
Packages forwarded by ordin- ed to a show that will featurethe (Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 5)) I I reports. (Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 5))

ary mail should be mailed before famous Blue Angels Flight

November 20. Exhibition Team; the "Chuting ? ;.vj+' .rG.Mf'Y : %' '.}<:: ; YG,:;i'.r.:. 's. ,, ,
Stars the formed .;: '. ; <:0:3R'S.: : :'{}; ;(':,'3O J ?S:
The deadline to insure delivery Navy's newly ( r i C. <'MfS.::
of air mail has been set parachute exhibition team; an {C.j ,\3'r't::: J.C'.:',: :i ';4Y. :. }' '

at December 10. air show involving Jacksonville ;

The Post Office Department Navy aircraft; a mass flyoverof ){;S : ivj k,

repeated its advice for proper over 200 aircraft; a static v r
packaging, cautioning that all display of equipment and air- .i k.k: }

parcels should be tightly packedin craft; and various demonstra-

either double-faced corrugated tions.

cardboard, wood, metal or Flying the sleek Fll-F Grum- +,

fiberboard boxes, securely wrap- man "Tiger" jet, the Blue 3t 4
ped In heavy wrapping paper Angels are the recognized world's : ,. ;:

and well tied. greatest flight demonstrationteam.

Both mailing and return addresses The Angels, who were

should be clearly and organized at NAS Jax: in 1946,

correctly printed. In addition, it each year thrill millions of tCl {: { .
is advisable to print an extra spectators with their flawless

set of addresses on a small card demonstration of precision fly

and put them inside the parcel. ing.

Packages addressed to APOor
FPO must not weigh more
exhibition team
I parachute was
than 50 pounds each if going to
formed by the Navy last yearto
England or Scotland, or more
: help commemorate this "Golden -
than 70 pounds if addressed to I %
{ .yd
Year of Golden Wings. The
some other point.
team is composed of volunteer
Once again, packages will be
naval parachutists who have been
limited to a combined length and
engaged in research and develop- 109!
girth measurement of 100 inches.
ment test jumping at the Naval

Parachute Facility, El Centro,

Credit. Union Calif. When performing, the

'Chuting Stars" bail out at 12 500

Seeking ManagerThe feet from their R4D aircraft, .
Jax Navy Federal Credit then free-fall two miles through BRIGHT AND EARLY-One of the first individual subunits to achieve 100% in the current
Community Chest-United Fund Drive was the Disease Vector Control Center here, campaigning as
Union here at NAS Jax is cur- space, attaining speeds of two a division of NAS Jax. The DVCC opened its campaign officially at 1000 last Thursday and by 1100
rently seeking an employee (male miles a minute during the its personnel had already reached their fair share in contributions, with more expected before the
only) to fill the position of man- plunge. During the free fall they drive concludes. First Navy command to j+o over the top was NARTU which hoisted the "100%
ager. For additional information perform acrobatics, crisscrossing banner" last Friday. Giving the victory sign for the DVCC outfit are (left to right) Comdr. Nathan
Cole, Jr. NAS Jax campaign chairman; Chief William Bransford, sub-unit keyman Lcdr. William
write R. E. Byrd, Box: 8, Medical and passing batons in mid- Hall, operations officer of the Center; and Comdr. George Stains, officer-in-charge of DVCC.
Department. air. After slowing their dive, the Early returns look good for the Navy's effort in the CC.UF campaign.


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Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS 28 September ,

Jfl XnB4DW6NAS Management Conference Pointers Group Gets {

Capt. j. R. Compton ____._.__.__..._____.....____.... Commending Officer Of the roughly 2,400,000,000 man hours in the American
Comdr. Walter J. Schub __._.______,__...._ Executive Officer work week, approximately 300,000,000 are spent in meetingsand
Fleet Air Jacbonvllle NAB 6ND!>> the sad fact is that meetings too often squander pre-
(tear Adm, Joseph M. Carton CommanderCapt. confusion and irritation if not
cious hours and
produce only ,
Vincent Casey ChIef of 8 aff, FelrJax
Capt. C. L. Moore, Jr. ChIef of Staff, HAl Six conducted properly.These .
Fleet Air Wing Eleven facts, and many more,
"Problems and
to say.
Commander on
Capt. Renfro Turner, Jr conferences which
Capt. Andrew H. Cowart Chief Staff Officer concerning pile up faster than they can be
Naval Air Technical Training Unit have become so much a part of properly dealt with. The fact
Capt. Hirtiel D. AlUn Commanding Officer the everyday, industrial life in potentially one
is that meetings
Comdr. Eugene F. Verdery _________ ____ Executive Officer this country, were brought to ,
Navel 1 Hospital of the best methods for pooling
C pt. t. O. Canada .__________________________ __ Commanding Officer' the fore by Capt. J.J.Davis, Jr., knowledge and experience to
Capt. Stephen H. ToHna\ : Executive: OffIcer NAS Jacksonville Supply Offi- solve problems, too often waste
Naval Air Reterve Training Unit cer, in his address to the Jacksonville precious time and bring more AFMA SPEAKER-"Confer-
Cap Ralph E. Elliott Jr. CommendIng Ofk# Chapter of the Armed ence Leadership" was the topic
Comdr. William M. Mllw_ Executive officer Forces Association confusion. of Capt. James J. Davit Jr..
Printed commercially with non..ppropdated! funds In Jacksonville, Florida at Management This makes it imperative that NAS Jax Supply Officer, in his
no axpenae to !the government end In compliance with NAVEXOS, P-35 Rev. July last Thursday at the Officers we analyze the causes of inef- address to the Jacksonville
193*. Distributed free of charge to military end cNMlan personnel ef Fleet Ak Club here.Speaking. fective meetings and take appropriate Chapter of the Armed Forces
Jeckaonvtik Naval Air Station Navel Air Technical l Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing on "Conference action to eliminate Management Association last
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit end U.s. Navel Hotprrri. Thursday at the Officers Club.
Service Information OfficerComdr.. Alex N. Mclnnle, Jr. Leadership", Captain Davis i these causes", the Captian em
Ataltttnt Service Information nttiemr....-,.,.. ****,* H. ptaney pointed out that it may seem phasized.He and not permit the group to divert -
News Editor-Arthur A. Slocumbi Staff-Mae Spencer J01j. Sandy'Martlnton, to the average supervisor or executive asserted that "the successof
JOSN Ralph Bailey, SN. Photographer, Joy Moreau, PH2. from them.
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and tntemattonaJ > that he hardly gets out a conference lies in the
Councils of Induetrlal Editor of one meeting before he's call- leadership effected by the per- 3. He must awaken interestof
The Je* Air News It I member of the Armed Force Press Service. Materiel ed into another. This same sup- son presiding over the confer- the group in working out
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit la given. Photograph ervisor executive he said
or ence. A conference leader standsa these problems by making them
unUtt otherwise credited, arc official U.S. Navy Photograph
Editorial office located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone would agree however that con- good chance of getting his identify the need for a solution
extensions 8U4, 656, 272 or 216. ferences are necessary and that important job done if he followssix with their personal welfare.
no one begrudges the hours they basis principles:
4. Understand the importanceof
'Chain consume as much as the lack 1. himself in advance
Prepares -
Letters' Illegal/ motivating people so that they
; of results. The complaint is thatso ; gives adquate notice to think for themselves, rather than
many spend so much time his conference members takes
; manipulating them to arrive at
Aim To Gain By FraudMilitary accomplishing meetings. so little at these all possible steps to provide for some predetermined solution.

their comfort and convenience. 5. He should realize that the
and civilian personnel have been warned that "The hands of the clock rulesus 2. He should define problems attitudes of his conference mem-

the transmission of "chain letters" through the mails is in all today", Capt. Davis wentEnrollment facing the conference clearly, (Please Turn to Page 6, CoL 5))
violation of Title 18, Section 1302 of the U.S. Penal Code,
relating to the mailing of lottery tickets and related matter. I

Whether the chain is ,broken is a matter of chance which Made
Changes Be In\
makes it a lottery. Also, whether the participant will get May
nothing or a small amount, or be lucky and receive a sub-

stantial amount depends upon gJiance. Federal Health Benefits Oct. 116The
The scheme is a fraud becausethe
same representations are of the list, thereby reaping bene- -...-......
made to all participants that they fits from those persons gullible "Open Season," in which
Expenses longer provide a sician other than the wh
no one
Civil Service here at
will eventually receive substan- enough to 'continue the letter. employees I
separate allowance for the anesthetist applied them when the Carrl
NAS will have .
tial rewards. However, the chainof an opportunityto
interested persons soon van- Simple mathmematics will prove change their enrollments in I and hospital charges for determines that the services
ishes and there is no way by that the progressive nature of the Federal Employees Health custodial care are no longer allowable the second physician are neceaf.*
the scheme will involve
which the new participant can shortly Benefits Program, has been set expenses. sary.
virtually all of the people now Benefits for out of hospital Benefits are now payable fo:
determine whether he is on the for October 1-16, according to an
first round or the last roundof residing in this area and event- Industrial Relations Department psychiatric treatment are now covered services provided b;
the chain letter. ually the entire nation. announcement.Time limited to no more than $250 per doctors of surgical chiropody]

Generally the scheme requiresthat While the government is directly flies fast, says IRD, andit person, per calendar year, and (DSC).
the person receiving the concerned with the ille- is of utmost importance for benefits for such expenses incurred THE BENEFITS for caesarean
chain letter send something of gal aspects of such schemes, it is those enrolled in the program to prior to November 15 delivery and for miscarriagehave
value, whether it be money, anxious to caution people that study carefully the brochuresthat count toward this limit. been increased and a sepa-
bonds or merchandise, to the they may lose their money or have been given them, so For those enrollees making no rate payment under Maternity
person whose name appears on property ,if they are lured into they will be able to make a wise change under this Plan, the Benefits is now, made for the administration -
the top of the list, place his own such schemes. decision during the open period. changes noted here will become I of an anesthetic
effective November 1. Rates remain I when provided as a regular hospital -
name on the bottom of the list "Chain letter" schemes always INDEMNITY BENEFIT PLAN I
and send copies of the letter to turn out so that the few who Principal changes in benefits the same and are guaran- service.
five or more persons in hopes start them may get back a little under this plan are: The first teed through October 1962. The Supplemental Benefits De-
that they will continue the chain more than their investment, at $30 for out-of-hospital prescription SERVICE BENEFIT PLAN ductible under the Low Optionis
and eventually result in astound- the risk of criminal prosecution, drugs and medicines is no The maximum SupplementalBenefit now $150 rather than $200 per
ing returns. It is a matter of rec- while practically all others lose longer excluded and is now an is now $30,000 rather person for each Benefit Period
ord in several instances that per- money. Such an outcome is ine- allowable expense; for the Low than $20,000 under the High Op- and the $500 limitation on
sons desvising such a scheme vitable inasmuch as the supplyof Option, the amount of Hospital tion and $10,000 rather than eligible expenses for special
several thousand letters interested is nursing under the Low Op-
mailed persons soon Room and Board expenses for $5,000 under the Low Option. care
placing their names on the top exhausted. which benefits are payable at Even though the usual De- tion Supplemental Benefits has

100 percent has been raised to ductible has not been met, Sup- been removed.
F $500. plemental Benefits are now pro- Sypplemental Benefits payable

The double coverage provisionnow vided for certain diagnostic tests, under the Low Option for the

permits receiving up to 100 including X-ray, in a physician'soffice treatment of nervous or mental
percent of the total allowable expenses or in a hospital outpatient disorders are expanded to include -
department for charges in treatment in mental hos-
t ;.lhaati,s.I'r. ; doctors charges are now
allowable for cutting out im- excess of $20 (High Option) and pitals and in out-patient and
pacted teeth that are not com- $25 (Low Option) in a Benefit out-of-hospital facilities.

pletely erupted; and charges of Period. FOR A PERSON covered under
licensed practical nurses are allowable SERVICES OF licensed prac- this Plan who makes no changesin
under certain conditions. tical nurses are now covered enrollment, these changes will
ALSO, CERTAIN Christian i I under certain circumstances.The become effective November 1.
p Science services are now rec- provision which ended a All changes in this plan result in

ognized, podiatrists' charges are Supplemental Benefit, Period if increased benefits, however, rates
allowable for treatment of a subscriber had no covered remain the same and are

covered foot conditions, and cer- expenses for over 90-days has guaranteed through October 1962.
tain services of psychologists are been eliminated. A Benefit Per- Those enrolless who are satis-

a now recognized.The iod will now continue for 12 fied with their present Plans
list of "severe complica- consecutive months. and the changes that will be
tions of pregnancy" has been expanded Basic Benefits for a physician's made in them at the close of the
and the more liberal charge for emergency first-aid "Open Season" need not fill outa
regular benefits, instead of ma- treatment within 72-hours of an Health Benefits RegistrationForm.

SUBMARINE PATROL-A maintenance man aboard the ternity benefits, are now payable accident are now provided even I They may simply keep
carrier Randolph in the Atlantic plugs an electric charge into for the expenses of the when surgery is not involvedand the new brochure that will be
the storage batteries of an anti-submarine patrol aircraft. Ships pregnancy itself as well as for a benefit is also providedfor given them and identificationcard
and planes of Task Group ALFA, of which the Randolph is the
control center constantly test improved devices and detection those pf the severe complication. removal of a cast or of sutures if any, that they already
operations. BENEFITS FOR Maternity for lacerations by a phy- have.r .


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28 September 1961 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

// Yo' Army Requires FAETU Selects

Ask Us Seat Bells For $ 'Victory At Sea'

I "With the apparent threat ,of {
Motor Vehicles"Please
I nuclear war in the not too distant For Noon ShowsThe

I future, which could result

I in the death of many persons will be the'word fasten your in seat Army belts"vehicles ,; 1'v-: October list of films for

from fallout alone, even though noon-time shows have been announced -
in the near future.
, they escaped being killed by an by the FAETULant Detachment -

initial atomic explosion, have Army field commanders and Two Film Library and

you considered building a fallout heads of technical services have are scheduled for showing from

shelter for you and your family? been directed by a letter from 1130 to 1230 on Tuesday and

"No, I'm single and I haven't the Office .of The Adjutant Gen- 1iz Thursday in Room 108, Building

decided to build one. I think eral to install seat belts in motor 168 for all Station personnel.All .

that shelters are good things vehicles and begin an educa- films scheduled for this

though. I think* that shelters tional program to impress mili- period are from the "Victory at

should be built to accomodatemore tary drivers with the value of Sea" series with "Design For

than just seven or eight the safety device. War" and "The Pacific Boils

people but for at least 100 peo- The instructions stated that the Over" scheduled for October 3;
ple. If in "Sealing The Breach" and "Mid-
everyone a community
would be installed in all
donated and built several big way Is East": on October 5;
station wagons, pickup.
"Mediterranean Mosaic"I and
ones in an area, it would be bet-
trucks and ambulances, with a 'HISTORY MAKER' AT HOSPITAL-Capt. R. O. Canada "
ter for all people concerned." few exceptions.The (left), Naval Hospital commanding officer, presents the hit "Guadalcanal, October 10;
Miss Mildred M. Heble, Clerk- "Sailor of the Month" award to be given at the hospital :lo EvertD. "Rings Around Rabaul" and
t Typist, O&R. exceptions included tactI- Prior, HM1, during informal ceremonies there last week. "Mare Nostrum," October 12;
Prior was commended for the exemplary manner in which he
cal "Sea And Sand" .and "BeneathThe
< type vehicles unless technical had carried out his duties at the Information.Desk of the hotpltal .
\ publications provided for such since March 1959. Southern Cross," October

installation on a specific vehicle. 17.

I The instruction allows local com- Also, "Magnetic North" and
manders to determine the need Priors First Hospital "The Conquest Of Micronesia,"

for belts on vehicles which make October 19; "Melanesian Night-

only short trips wholly within 'Sailor Of The mare" and "Roman Renaissance,"
military installations.The Month'Evert October 24; "D-Day" and "Killers -

And The Kill," October 2d;
education program will D. Prior, hospital corspman first class, a veteranof and "The Turkey Shoot" and

; .i. include showing of a film 16 years' naval service, made history at the Naval Hospital "Return Of The Allies," October
Kemp "Safety Through Seat Belts"which last week. He was the first man to receive the "Sailorof
I have considered it, 31.
is being placed in all the Month" award there during ceremonies conducted
possibly not seriously I
should have but I have thought as Army Film Libraries and a spec- 'I' in the office of Capt. R. O. Canada, commanding officer,'
ial seat belt information kit with staff members present for the occasion. '
about it. The reason I have not
which will soon be distributedby Prior, who has been assigned to
built a shelter is due to the pre- service."It .
the Department of the Army. the Information Desk at the hos- 'r
sent location where we live. Liv- is with a sense of real
pital since March of 1959
ing close to a military installa- The letter stated that, as muchas pleasure that the Commanding
commended for the exemplary
tion make the chances of being possible under existing laws Officer commends you for your
manner in which he has carriedout
in an atomic attack more and outstanding performance of duty
pos. procurement policies, spe- his duties during that time. Thursday Sept. 28Mainsida
sible." John S. Kemp, Produc- cifications for the developmentof in a position which demands the
tion Dispatcher, O&R. new passenger carrying vehicles The award citation stated that utmost ,in tact, patience and understanding -North To Alaska,

"No, for several reasons. In will incorporate design the Information Desk of a Naval Well done." added 1900 only.

the first place I don't have room features adapted to seat belt in- Hospital is a position of extreme Capt. Canada Prior and his family NATTUnit Suddenly Last

enough and I don't believe we stallation. importance from a public rela- I were also awarded with an Summer, 1900 only.
tions viewpoint and one which is hospital: -Susan Slade, 1930!}
will be needing one. And, I expense-paid? weekend vacation
particularly vulnerable to complaints ait only.
St. Augustine.
don't believe such a drastic step
of persons whose initial Friday Sept. 29
as an atomic war will be taken Tampa SelectedAs
contact with the is
hospital Mainside-Loss of Innocence,
if there is a war. Adolph Wol-
lit; Aircraft Electrician, O&R. through the Information Desk 40 EmployeesAdd 1900 only.
Coast GuardCo'nvention and frequently their sole contact. NATTUnit-North To Alaska,

"Unless such requests for information 19CQ only.

assistance are received Names To Hospital-Suddenly Last Summer

Site with sympathy and responded to 1900 only.

with intelligence and tact, the Donor RollForty Saturday, Sept. 30
reputation of the entire hospitaland I
Registrations now be Mainside-Battle Flame, 1900
may its staff my be,adversely affected NAS civilian employeeshave
made to attend the 1961 National only.
," said Capt. Canada. added their names to the
NATTUnit-Loss of Innocence,
Convention of the Coast Guard
The award also noted that dur- Blood Donor honor roll duringthe 1400 and 1900.
League to be held at Tampa
from October 10 through 15. ing Prior's tenure at the Information month of September, thus Hospital-North To Alaska,
Wolliiz Boater District 7 in the host district for Desk, he has demonstratedtact far. 1900 only.
"Yes, we have. I live in a trailer convention, Tampa the host and sympatetic understanding I Donors from the Overhaul and Sunday Oct. 1
park in Orange Park and my for the problems of those who I Repair Department were Ray
and 702 there is
city Chapter
Mainside-Cimarron 1400 and
husband, myself and the owner call seeking information and assistance mond F. Mausert, E. T Austin, ,
the to
discussed build making necessary plans well Dwayne M. Brown, Robert C. 1900.
of the park have as as displaying
entertain all who attend royally. NATTUnit Battle Flame 1400
Luten, Robert E. Warren Wilkes
ing one. We are in the planning comprehensive knowledge of the ,
stage and we don't know just functional and administrative C. Bankes, Stanley W. Grant, and 1900.

how far it will extend but we The Spartners Auxiliary will structure of the hospital and its Maurice J. Kapperman, Iva K. Hospital-Loss of Innocence. ,

are giving it serious considera also hold its meeting in con- staff which is so essential to pro- Cicero, Thomas E. McKeel Jr 1900 only.

tion." Mrs. Martha J. Boster, junction with the meeting of the viding competent information Also from O&R, Julian G. Ful- Monday, Oct. 2

Off-Station Scheduling Clerk for League: 'ler, Herman H. Weide, Harrison Mainside-Ladies Man, 1900
S. Mackert, Louis T. Pescara, only.
Requisition, Supply. Reservations are .still being LtGe'n.' McNamaraTo Howard L. Young John E.
"No, I have not considered it. NATTUnit Cimarron, 1900
I am in the Navy and we have taken, and ''further informationcan Chancey, Earl V. Dyal Jr., And- only

shelters here aboard the Station.' be had by writing to the Head Defense rew R. Carlson, William T. Maloney Hospital-Battle Flame, 1900

If husband and I did build General Chairman, Harry B. and Charles F. Schmid. only,
my Bomford, 213 Hyde Park Ave., Public Works Department don-
a shelter, it would have to be a Tuesday Oct. 3
Tampa, Fla. Supply AgencyLieutenant ors include J. P. Baker, Guy Q.
big one for us from here to Mainside-Naked City, 1900
Williamson, George W. Huntley
Savannah because that's where thq military installations and General Andrew T. Donald L. Reynolds, Harley L. only.

he is." Lorenda Oldham, AK3, have easy access to leave the McNamara, U. S. Army, has been Rountree, James D. Harrison, NATTUnit-Ladies Man, 1900

Supply. area. There are other problemstoo selected to head the Defense De Forbie L. Smith, William P. Bar- I only.

such as space to build a partment's new Defense Supply rett, Phillip A. Wright, and FernieE. Hospital-Cimarron, 1900 only.
4 F .. shelter and the cost. Also, our Agency which will take over the Selby. Wednesday, Oct. 4

children have been instructed to functions now carried out by the Donors from the Supply Department Mainside Blood and Roses,

leave immediately for St. Au- Armed Forces Supply Support are Charles J. Rudeen, 1900 only.

gustine from school in event of Center and the Consolidated Franklin S. Hutchinson, Roy V. NATTUnit-Naked City, 1900

an attack." William R. Petrie, Surplus Sales Office. Hartley, Leo W. Cox Jr., SarahB. only. \

Cost Branch Supervisor, Comp- Gen. McNamara is currently Stevens, William S. Richards, Hospital Ladies Man, 1900

troller Dept. Commanding General of the Ada F Whitaker, and Robert only.

.y Eighth Army in the Far East. Welsh.

"What did Whistler say when As director of the joint service George E. Barker and FrancielW. The persons who join the pay-

r Oldham Petrie he saw his mother scrubbing the staffed office, Gen. McNamarawill Schooler were donors from roll savings plan are substituting

"No. We are not in a target floor?" report directly to the Secre- the Industrial Relations Depart- bonds for bondage. Savings spell

area because we live away from "Mother, you're off your rocker." tary of Defense. ment. financial freedom.

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O&R 'FAMILY DAY' OPEN HOUSE DRAWS 3.000-Mn. Dorothy Williamson chairman of Council Five and an aviation electrician in the Electrical Shop, in
the photo at left acts a> receptionist at the first 'Family Day' open house held at the Overhaul and Repair Department last Sunday. J. W. Mead Jr.. Production
Engine Group, Shop 621, is given a program scheduling the days events, which included two helicopter demonstrations, and a guided tour map. Primary purpose of
the open house was to acquaint families of employees with the department and let them see where "daddy" works as the families are doing in the center photo in a
shop area where an aircraft is undergoing overhaul and repair. Getting a closer look at some of the many things ot be seen in the photo at right is the family of N. S.
Quarterman Supervisor. Production Planning Group, who shows son Ronnie the intake of a jet aircraft engine. Daughters Terri and Sally and Mrs. Quarterman. lookon.
The O&R facilities were open from 1300 to 1600 and refreshments were served.

Jax-Based Navy Reserve February ExamRequirements VP-45 Airlifts Bermuda

Units Take Top AwardsSir Due By Nov. 16 Gifts To Carla VictimsA

The CI&E Office has announced -
Winston Churchill once stated "To be a Reserve is to
that the deadline for
be twice a citizen ."-and to be twice a citizen does have completion of mandatory requirements "People-to-People" gesture in reverse was noted hereat

its just rewards, as proven by three Jax-based Naval Air for the February62 NAS last Friday when a Bermuda-based Patrol Squadron

Reserve squadrons recently. service-wide exams is 45 P5M "Marlin" stopped over for refueling. The plane was

When the competitive stand- val service. November 16 19,1.( on its way to Corpus Christi, Texas, with some 6,000 poundsof
ings for the past year were an- clothing and bed stuffs for Hurricane Carla disaster
These awards are based on Personnel interested in qua-
nounced by Rear Adm. A. W.
effeciency in the areas of training lifying for the exams are victims.The .
McKechnie, Chief of Naval Air
Eastern Lions Club and
operation administrationand to contact their divi-
Reserve Training from his Glen. VP-45 commanding officer, to
Branch 33 of the Fleet Reserve
efforts at eachof sion training officers
view headquarters, the Naval petty or transport the packages to Texas
Association in Bermuda had col-
the 18 reserve air stations or division officer immediately for
Air Reserve Training Unit at aboard the squadron plane.
units. information the lected the clothing from the re-
NAS Jax was leading the field. on mandatory The plane and its crew were
sidents of the tiny British owned
Vice Adm. George W. Anderson requirements and current
Competing with some 270 greeted on its arrival here by

squadrons to make 1961 a "Safe ; Jr., Chief announcing of Naval winnersof Operations training courses. island. ,They with then Comdr.made Allan arrangements Loc- W. J. Capwell, C. Hinojosa, J.

Naval Air Reserve Year," the upon Worle, and T. Lancaster, all of
Jacksonville reservists copped the CNO Safety awards said local FRA Branch 91, and J. Herbert -

three of the six awards presented in part, "CNO congratulates the Navy Lists Catagories Peairs, past president of the
winning units which by their
annually by the Chief of Na- share Riverside Lions'Club and the Jax

val Operations for Safety. This is excellent performances, Council of Lions Clubs.

the second consecutive year that with them the satisfaction of For Involuntary RecallInvoluntary Bill Case Jr., D. V. Nolen, M. L.

Jacksonville units have captured having contributed substantiallyto Dominuge, and J. E. Garza, all of
increased reliability and effectiveness -
50% of these awards. Bermuda FRA Branch 33, were
recall to active
of Naval Aviation.
CNO Safety Award winners : Forces of any allied nation during aboard the plane, to assist in
All trophys and awards will be duty of 1,957 additional mem-
for 1961 are: VP-741, Commanded WWII. delivery of the clothing.
of Naval bers of the Selected Naval
presented by the Chief '
by Comdr. Richard L. Oreair, Veterans of the Korean War Piloting the plane was Lt. John
Air Reserve Training during the Air Reserve has been au-
VS-741 Commanded who of WWII. Cole and co-pilot, Lt. William F.
Jacksonville, Fla.; are not veterans
by Comdr. Charles W. Annual Military Inspection on thorized by the Navy De- WII veterans who did not serve Snell, Ltjg( ). Tom Kelly was na-
December 8 and 9. to augment the
Farrell, Deerfield Beach, Fla., partment In the Korean War. vigator and other crewmen in-
Selected Reserve ,
VR-742, Commanded by Comdr. squadrons Veterans of both periods. cluded Marion Collins, plane
whose recall announced
Phillip Smith, Miami, Fla. was Naval Reservists will not be captain; Martin Lavelle, second

In addition to the safety _gIhJ; on August 25. recalled to fill billets for boat- mechanic; Joel Williams and
The call of 213 officers and
awards, 55 patrol squadrons up swain mates, disbursing clerks, David Carsten, radio operators;
throughout the CNARESTA com 1,744 enlisted men will bring cooks, photo interpreters and William Coke, ordnanceman; and

mand competed for the covoted For Sal. those squadrons previously announced stewards. These positions will be Richard Selby, electrician.

Noel Davis Trophy This trophy, Ortega Hillt-3 bdrm, 2 bath, term up to fleet stregnth. filled by personnel provided by After delivering the materialto

awarded annually to the squadron arranged to suit EV 89027. Naval Reserve squadrons are the fleet commanders to which representatives in the Corpus

adjudged the most proficientin Will Sacrif-2 bdrm, am dn pymt, 4 about half the size of regular the air reserve units report.ItTA'IVk1. Christi area, the plane ,and its
yn & 4 mo to pay Mrt. Pat Rlnn, 284- fleet squadrons.
its type of training, was pre- 3432. crew returned to' Bermuda on

sented to the Navy in 1927 by 4749 Andromeda Road-3 bdrm, 2 Air Reserve Training Commandhas Sunday, again stopping. here for

former Naval Reserve Aviator bath R. G. McCarthy, PH1, SP 1.5251 or been directed by the Chiefof refueling.

,Harry Guggenheim in memoryof Ext. 207. Naval Personnel to use vol-
For Rant unteers from all of
Lt. Noel Davis who was kill-
CB Houie-3 bdrm, unfurn, $85 per the Selected Reserve to the max-
ed while preparing for a trans- Marine Wives Club
mo C. N. Field, SP 13501. imum possible extent to fillsquadrons' Corner"The
Atlantic flight. Lakeihort-3 bdrm, kit equip opt, $90
The standings of the NARTUJax per mo, children, unfurn, avail N. R. : allowances.At Seats New OfficersThe
squadrons were: winner,) Willis, EV 95954. least 30 days notice will be Master Plan of Commu-

VP-741; second, VP-743 com- Riverside Room-furn, 3 rmi, bath, given those recalled involunt- nism," was the .title of a film
$65 Mitt Louise Bowden, EV Enlisted Marine Wive'sClub
manded by Comdr. David Brady, 75671.per mo arily and reporting dates will be shown members of the Navy elected a new slate of officers -

West Palm Beach, Fla; and third, Murray Hil-unfurn, 2 bdrm kit equip, phased throughout October. Wive's Club on Wednesday eve- for the at

VP-742, Commanded by Comdr. children, $60 per mo Mn. Groves, EV Priority for involuntary recall, ning of last week at the Dewey their regular meeting coming last year week

Frank D. Murphy, Winter Park, 94275. insofar as requirements permit, Park club house by Mrs. Barney
home with all
Widow wishes to share 7 rm being officially installedin
will be in the following order: Myer, educational chairman of
Fla.VP741 with couple or lady EV 74517. their new positions yesterday
is a double winner of Furn Apt- 2rm, prl bath, gar, $60 Those who did not serve on the group. evening.The .
the outstanding awards given by per mo Mr. Ella Cay, EV 44328. active duty during the period The group's September social
Business girl wants to share house newly elected officers are:
the nationwide Naval Air Re- June 25, 1950, to January 31, hour followed the film showing
with tame In Ortega, furn EV 8-4272.. President, Mrs. H. L. Barton;
Training Command, win- 1955 the period December 7 with Mrs. Roy Burke, Mrs.
serve Lakeshore Cottage bdrm, kit equip, or Vice President, Mrs. F. M. Ter-
ning both the Chief of Naval unfurn EV 9-8357. 1941, to September 2, 1945, in Glenn Smith and Mrs. Frank
lizzi Mrs. C. L.
Operations Safety award and the Venetia Manor-3 bdrm, 2 bath, yd the Army, Navy, Air Corps, or Hedspeth as hostesses.The ; Secretary,
Weber and Treasurer
Mrs. D. R.
for Patrol terv lerv bl-mo, $175 per mo Contact October project for the ; ,
Noel Davis trophy Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast
Cdr. Hudtpeth, 15 Intrepid St., Brunswick Ditto.
squadrons. The squadron has Maine. Guard or Public Health Service, club, which will be arranging

been ordered to active duty in Corinthian Ave., sm apt, or during the period between "kits" for the November drive Hostesses for the meeting were

October. $35 per mo; Mrs. Miller. September 1, 1939, and September for Muscular Dystrophy, was an- Mrs. F. M. Terlizzi and Mrs.
attached 1602 Goodwin St.-furn gar apt, $55 nounced by the club Kenneth Kellogg.No .
All enlisted personnel 2, 1945, in the ArmedN.Y. president,
to these award winning squadrons per mo at It; Mr. Stalvey. Mrs. Kenneth Smith. Mrs. Smith

are authorized to wear the This 'n' That ., N.Y.Riders has recently been appointed "KitChairman" need to about
worry your
Duty Swap-from USS Hunt, Newport, Wanted-Murray Hill & Jax
Navy "E," a shoulder badge R.I., to ship or tqdn In Jax area; JohnR. 0800-1630; Grace Caldwell, EV 9-6176, for the City of Jack- station in life. someone will

denoting excellence in the Na- Mayfield, EM), USS Hunt, FPO,,Ext 437. sonville and Duval County. always be around to tell you.


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NEWSMorrison 1 !! 11L. 1.

Guns Down .

All Target Shooters

Master Sergeant C. L. Morrison of Marine Aviation De-

tachment kept a cool, steady aim at the Station pistol
last Sunday to win all three major caliber titles in the
Master division of the Jax Navy Monthly Pistol Match. His

score of 1703-36X out of a possible 1800 points topped all
s -
at the
competitors,- range. _. _
in me x-xperi; ciassmcation, W,
W. Anderson of the Jacksonville

Police Department placed first in Scarbroughls'

the .22 competition, and fellow
patrolman John M. Beck coppedthe ON THE MOVE-Then seven Marine gridd ers were on the move at the parade ground Monday -
.38 division. C. L. :All-NavyGolf evening, scoring two louchdowns over Patrol Squadron 30 opposition to win a 12-0 game In
Linza of the first skirmish of the Malntide touch football season.
NAS Jax took first in the .45 !
caliber shooting. ContenderBill

Sharpshooter Bob Michaels of

NATTCenter took the .22 in that Sixth Naval Scarbrough District, this Golf year's Tour- Basketball Squad MTouchFootball
Glynco won the .38. J, C. Parker
nament champ, placed second in
division, and R. E.
Coble of NAS
the South Atlantic Regional Tryouts Begin;
came in number one on the .45
firing line. Tourney at Norfolk last week To StartThe

the II. A.Marksman Dubois of NAS.22 and Glynco.38 won lau- with Division a ,299 five total strokes in the behind Open a Monday, Oct. 2 Off Hefty

rels, and Sergeant Horsford Norfolk man. Scarbrough was Varsity and intramural
MAD took the .45 title. of entered in the first day of playof basketball practice begins at 1961 Mainside intramural touch football season

"Tyro" or green trigger finger the All-Navy competition when the Mainside gym next Mon- got off with two punts last Monday, as the powerful Marines

competition was won by two this was written. day, October 2, at 1900. Any- ground out a 12-0 win over a game VP-30 squad, and VA-35

locals, P. A. Arnzen of Marine Another local linkster, Jerry one with past experience is shoved over A/C Maintenance for a 6-2 victory, in the season's -
Barracks in the .22 and .45 Foley of. VA-44, won fourth invited to try out for a placeon
calibers openers at the Station stadium and parade grounds.
place and a spot the South .
and on the Flier squad.
VA-44's T. O. Jones in The eight-team American and
the .38 class. Atlantic squad with a 313 tally.
Spirited fupport a nu-
National will battle it
The next monthly mach will 6ND Seniors Geirisch and Lang- cleous of promising ball hand-
be held the last Sunday in Oct- ley were also traveling to Pen- lers could make this year a I out for their respective pennants

ober at the Station range next to sacola, with a 332 and 337, res- victorious one. Last season's I until the final game when the

the armory. Those interested in pectively. Teddie Jackson, thisyear's All-Navy dribble derby was titan from each circuit clash for r

shooting are Invited to call Ext. 6ND women's champ, held at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. the Station title the third weekin
686 for further information. placed second with 393, to round. November.At _
out regional entries.
this stage of the game it's

I more than difficult to forecast

Cimtcr Dreiinan Take what the outcome will be. One ;

TheWater thing is for certain, however,

all clubs will be doing their bestto

Week's Top Keg SpotsThe take home the bacon, and deserve -

LineLast the support of fellow per- .
fourth week of Mainsid'e intramural bowling wit- sonnel. These games provide interest a yq,

Sunday at the Rudder nessed several reversals of previous weeks' trends, with and recreation for the t

Club the sailing whale boat "It- few shutouts. spectators as well as the partici-
chi-Bon Bob Gunter of Special Services rolled the high series
under the
pennant of pants, so let's get out and watch
for the week with
the Jax Navy Sailing Club a 597, and Spades Ace Tom Brennan
first place in the Cruiser class topped the single game list with 223. 'em. i

with Dennis Clark of Supply at In Continental action, the Hor-. -- 1

the helm. The Itchi didn't com- nets appear to have gotten backon

pete in the second event, how- the beaten path with a 4-0 Gridiron Guessers So-So
ever. win over the Owl Hoots. Two

In the Rhodes Bantam Class other blank scores were recorded -
Ken Ries of Cecil Field twice, as the Spartans spanked the For First Week's Try

came within a halyard's lengthof Waves Brks, and the Grocers w- I
winning but squelched Ops RBS, 4-0. Army
to settle for The editors picked the highest percentage of college grid
two second ADA split 2-2 with Supply "A",
spots. Dave Mann-
games last week, missing only one. Ralph Bailey, JaxAirNews
ing of Cecil while three other finals
sailed another Ban- game sports writer, was next with two misses, and athletic director
I It
tam craft to tallied 3-1 slates: 3rd Crewmenover a fourth and third
Frank McCaffrey fumbled four picks. Ed Travis, last week's guest
Place, while fellow clubsman the Strikes, O&R over A/C I
pigskin predictor, was on the bottom rung with five wrong ones.
Bill Kidd took a third in the Maint "B", and Fire Balls over
first sprint, but was unable to ComFairJax "B". Guest selector for this week is Lt. A. W. Eoff, NAS Assistant t
finish in the second due to Legal Officer. Games are: Yale-Conneticut; Texas A&M-LSU; Pitt-
a Over in the American circuit
Parted stay.In Bayor; Penn State-Miami (Fla.) ; Oregon-Utah; OklahomaNotreDame '
there was the heaviest concen- CLEAN AS AWHISTLE-
the Open Class, George tration of 4-0's, as the Electrons ; Ohio State-TCU; Mississippi-Kentucky; Michigan-UCLA; The barrel of this 12-guage
Monthan of VFP-62 took two shocked Marines "A", Yellow Maryland-Clemson; Michigan State-Wisconsin; Iowa-California; automatic shotgun is as clean
third places in Florida-FSU; Auburn-Tennessee and Rice-Georgia Tech. as a whistle after being swab
twin-hulled Jackets stung FAETU, Sky War- bed by Larry Payne of the
Cougar Catamaran, and Charles riors scalped the Pin Queens BAILEY EDITORS MAC EOFF NAS armory who performs
Uber of NABSIX sailed the and the Dispensary dumped the -- cleaning chores on the weaponsin

Rebel 16 to a fourth and fifth Ten Pins, 4-0 In other A. L. Yale Yale Yale Yale preparation for the hunting
in the season rush. This is but one of
afternoon races. Mike play, A/C Maint "A" rompedover Texas A&M LSU Texas A&M Texat A&M the many shotguns available
Scanlon of Cecil Field took a the Play Boys 3-1, as did Baylor Baylor Pitt Pitt there for checkout by military
ninth place in his sailfish in the ComFairJax "A" over the Ad- personnel who like to trudge
first race, but failed to enter the min MAA's, while the Molarolas Penn State Penn State Penn State Penn State through the autumn forest in
second. OregonOklahoma Oregon Or.gon' Oregon search of game now thet hunt
tied 2-2 with Spades Aces. ing season begins to open.
The local club is scheduled to Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame

meet in the clubhouse here on National Leaguers wound up Ohio State Ohio State Ohio State' Ohio StateMississippi Lugging a huge fish, an angler
the Station the week on Thursday night
Tuesday, October 3,
Mi..lppl MittiitlpplUCLA MittitiippiMichigan met another whose catch con-
at 1930. All those interested in with two 4-0 routs as the Stingers -
sailing are invited to attend."I took Supply "B," and Marines UCLA Michigan sisited of 12 small ones. "How-
"B1 lumped NARTU. The remaining MarylandMichigan Maryland Clemion Maryland dy," said the first angler as he

want to get some grapes scores read 3-1: Pan State Michigan State Wisconsin Michigan State gingerly laid down his fish and

for my sick husband. Do you Handlers over Hospital, VP-16 'Iowa Iowa Iowa 'Iowa waited for a comment. The other
know the Echies, VP-30 ':C" over
if over
has been
any poison Florida Florida Florida Florida stared for a moment, then calm
sprayed on them?" Paymasters, Scope Dopes over
Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Auburn ly responded, "Just caught the
"B" and the Road 'Run-
"No, ma'am, you'll have to get VP-30
that at the drug store." ners over the Pin Benders. Rice Rice Rice Ga. Tech one, eh?"



6 JAX: AIH NEWS 28 September 1961

, House'
Van Winkle Is 'Open
(Continued from Page 1))

performances and climb by such
No Sleepyhead speedy Navy aircraft as the F4D

I Skyway, F8U Crusader and the

JTo Private Eye"Van brand new F4H Phantom, and
the A3J Vigilante; and the P2V
Patrol Bomber and the
Winkle, it says In this Neptune
book WV Super Connie. Also on the
you have been asleep for
20 years." agenda is airborne refueling of
an A4D jet from an A3D Sky-
"No sirr""Prove!
warrior and a photo flare de-
itl""I'm monstration by two F8U Cru-
f not 20 years old, sir." \ .. : saders. The mass flyover will
"More '"
proof. cover a good part of north Flor-
1 "I'm'in the Marine Corps( sir."
"Doesn't ida.THREE
prove a thing. BIG ANNIVERSARYdances

J. "I qualified with the M-l rifle are also on the bill of

(j when We fired for record on the rt fare. The first, an all hands

range, sir. No sleepyhead could da I affair at 2000 on October 13 at

that." the Coliseum in Jax; followedby

"Where do you live, private?" a dance for chief petty officers -

"Route 5 Richmond, Ky., sir." and Marines of equal rate

"Anyone there to vouch for ttt3 on October 14 at 2000 at the Na-
you?" WHERE ARE THE MISSING 25-That is the question that the NAS Personnel Office tional Guard Armory and a ball
would like answered. The annual service record verification program for enlisted personnel, currently ;
"My parents, sir, Mr. and Mrs underway in Bldg. 955 north wing lower deck is now about 75% complete personnel for the officers on Sunday, Oct-
William C. Van Winkle." there say but the assistance of Heads of Departments Division Officers and leading chiefs i* ober 15 at 2000, also at the National -
"What are you doing here?" needed to direct the missing 25% there for the required verification. Here Gwen Anderson PN1, Guard Armory A big
'. (right). Service Record Verification Board Supervisor assists J. N. Williams, CS1 of Galley One.
"I told you, sir. I'm a Marine. with his record while (left to right) H. L. Fin ter. PN2 Carol Manx SN and A. R. Hedricks. name orchestra will play for
I'm in recruit training with Pla- PNI, work on other records.Deployed three dances.A .

toon 218 "K" Company, 2nd RTB. feature attraction at the anniversary -

But why am I being questioned, Youths'Invited balls will be the stage
sir?" VP-18Ieeps appearance of the Naval Air
"I'm the Private Eye assignedto To All Saints' Training Command Choir from
Platoon 218""Undercover Pensacola, which will perform at

work?" Flying Average HighPatrol Sunday MeetsAll the October 14 and 15 dances;
and the famous Tenth Naval
"No I'm on the level""Do persons interested in the
you have credentials?" Squadron 18 has maintained its reputation for Sunday Night Youth Program District Steel Band, which will

"No but dad can identify me. achieving a high monthly flying time average among Patrol which began at the All Saints' the present dances.a show The Steel at each Band one is an of

(tHe is Arthur Mason Eye. I'm Squadrons of the Atlantic Fleet since its arrival at NAF Protestant Chapel on September that makes musicon
Junior Mom and Dad live fn Sigonella, Sicily, in May for its annual five month deploy- 24 are urged to attend the organization refurbished oil drums.

|Barberton Ohio-156 Wyley Dr." ment. meetings.
"No. I'm a recruit like During the four months of Three groups, Junior High, Miss Navy Wings of Gold,
"Then you. I current operations there, the 60.", and "The services of Patron Senior High: and Young Adults 20-year old Miss Anita Cowartof

!ping( ?" why are you question "Flying Phantoms" have accum- 18 P2V's were outstanding." over high school age, meet Jacksonville, will be presentedat
me ulated a total of 4,260 flight there at 1830 each Sunday the All Hands Dance and
: "Just practicing." hours, boosting the squadron'stotal In preparation for the latest evening.The i will reign over the three-day

1 The scene is imaginary but the accident free flight hoursto man in space shot, a majorityof Junior High group meetsin proceedings.

;men are real and they recently 40,003, since 1957. the squadron aircraft were the Small Chapel, the Sen-
deployed to the Azores and to
completed recruit training at the The outstanding effort of the ior High group in All Saints' ManagementContinued
:'Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Par- Maintenance Department and Ben Guerir, French Morocco. The Chapel, and the Young Adults
squadron has been involved in 2))
( from Page
in the
Sunday Building
ris Island, S.C. (From the Par- flight crews in maintaining air- ,
"Project Mercury" many
ris Island BOOT). craft availability has enabledthe months and has been instru- Bldg. 722. bers are shaped by many per-
squadron to meet all of the sonal factors far removed in
mental in the recovery of three
operational commitments while time and place from the con-
capsules on their re-entry from
,Senior Marines working with the NATO forcesof outer space, two of these con- VolunleerGrayLad ference table; and do not neces-

Italy, Greece, Great Britian, taining the space monkeys Able, sarily reflect their reaction eitherto
Turkey and France. Baker and Ham. him as an individual or to
Named To Sit On The squadron has received the problem.

numerous commendations for its The Phantoms are anticipating 6. A good conference leader
"efforts. Among these are two another month of heavy flying HospitalSome refuses to let himself be thrownby

Review Boards messages from the U. S. Sixth operations in September after disinterest, antagonism, shy-
Fleet saying, "The can-do spiritof which all personnel are looking other
35 new volunteer Red ness, cynicism or any neg-
Senior enlisted Marines will FairMed activities, particu- forward to an expected "break" Cross Gray Ladies are needed at ative reactions. He patiently triesto

|know, be participating members of larly the Patrol Squadrons, has from commitments after their the U.S. Naval Hospital here, according draw out the best in each
return home 'iere at NAS in
and review materially assisted in maintaining -
selection boards for to Mrs. F. R. Ignaszewski person.
I'' ,the first time in the history of the readiness of Task Force October. Hospital Gray Lady Chair- Finally, as Captain Davis reported -

I ,the Marine Corps. man. The neuropsyciatric a well-led conference can

| Marine Corps Commandant Fire Prevention Week October 8-14. patient clinic has out-I result in each member growingin

!, 'Gen. David M. Shoup approved a WI seven Gray Ladies to the eyes of their colleaguesso

jrecommendation that permits receptionists, and there are approximately I that they will increase their
;company grade officers, a war 28 vacancies for Red future contributions to the wel-
I ,rant officer, and two sergeant Cross volunteers in other hospital fare of the organization.
'rhajors/master gunnery sergeantsas departments and in the Red

members of the E-5 to E-6 and %& i it Cross recreation and personal Early ReportsContinued
E-7 Annual Selection and Review service sections.
Board. Red Cross Gray Lady volun- ( from Page 1))

The teers to facilitate the workof
Board recorders and assistant serve No overall monetary goal has
recorders will also be the hospital clinics and pedia- been announced for the Navy,
staff tric ward with those serving directly
noncommissioned officers.It -
which is shooting for a target of
is anticipated that this modi- with the Hospital Red "One Day's Pay" from each individual -
fication will prove a wider rangeof t Cross contributing substantiallyto and 100 percent partici-
the comfort and morale of in-
experience by including Some and
personnel pation. 29,400 military
x }
1r y
?f,4ak; Lts ?S?y} a .
who have actually held Wk s Y '! 'w't.4:}:x ,4',;"P4@. i patients.To civilian personnel from Navy
the grade upon which they now review. Lady class will be held at the
in the campaign.Page .
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hospital Monday through Friday
In addition, it will provide the
mornings, October 9 through 13.
company grade officers with n
Following the class it is hoped
valuable noncommissioned insight population.The into the .staff L{ ox..,+r,: v ; a., x t :, t3l,tt3.1;. that volunteers will be able to | Rhymes of the Ttmoo

ek2 work a minimum of one half
composition of the E-8/ ., day 'each week at the hospital. E BRAVE '} r'
E-9 ;x. ,
Selection Board {
remains un- } .i4 ,.<'ac,,. '!} .: Women interested in this vol- NEITHER ,.N.
} _
changed.The x {
'r'b a : N.T 0 oF {rt... 4ESrrATE
3 unteer service are encouragedto
call the Red Cross Office, NOR RUN,
first commissioned Admiralin Hospital extensions 211 or 213 TNEysIM?LYWNAr

the U.S. Navy David for appointment for an
was 'S:L3: L ;t. ;:.t4 43 an ap- ML .
t Glasgow Farragut. The honor plication interview. Interviewswill BE GbNE.lyian .
was bestowed upon him by Act N.n..l t.9t4 .! Fiji's.s"NOW I be held during the week of Afl s ,yy _

I of Congress in July, 1866. FOR THOSE WHO PREFER TO SMOKE IN BED October 2.