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) ot After Eight Operation !

It all seemed so routine fora activated in a move to cut Some 100 families of per-.

certain young Marine check- training expenses without cut- manent personnel will be affected -

ing into Aviation Fundamentals ting quality of the training.The by the inactivation of

School at NATTCenterlast
six-week course was the local AvFun SchooL
Monday but it was more
designed to indoctrinate Ma- Very few civilians are being I
than just a normal checkinto I
rine enlisted personnel enter-
officials there. affected., I,
4 ing aviation rates. I

This certain man has a dis- When the last man leaves ''I
The basic AvFund material
tinction of being the last per- April 24, inactivation of Aviation -
will now be incorporated into
son to enter a student class at Fundamentals School will
specific Class "A" Nary
the AvFund establishment.The .
schools, resulting in slightly be complete after graduatingmore
school, one of the largest longer class tenures but sav- than 47,022 students

at the Center, is being in- ing in expense. since 1951.

--. .. ......_- ...__._....____m..........._.__..
Wilfred E. Fleshman, executive
officer of NATTCenter, exam
ines new collar device worh by

Gerald Cummings, PNC, of
Personnel. The devices will be JtlX
worn by all chief petty officers

after July 1.VA44. Picks F i ir.

OutstandingOfficer I Vol. 16 No. 49 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 19 March 1959

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EMAwards ;;:':.,; ''':::';<,,;:!It';<:t::::':,A:' :,;: i' BuPers Seeking 3415

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the Outstanding Enlisted were ManoftheYearand made OfficeroftheYear recentlyto Sailors For SchoolingBuPers

recipients of Attack Squadron now in full control of the Navy's enlisted serv-

44.Rear. ,a .. ice schools, issued its first quota requirements last week en-
Admiral Wendell G. / r. : xf. : tailing 3415 nonrated sailors in 33 rates to attend Class "A"

Switzer, Commander Fleet Air schools between September 1959 and March 1960.

Jacksonville, presented the nom- April 3 will be "D" day when
inees their awards tN I that commands will get back
during ad- applications must reach BuPers
t sailors In their own men from the Class
ministration/material inspectionlast from interested attend-
week: ing one of the 22 specified Class "A" schools, If they attend
schools less than 20 weeks' dura-
Nailing down honors as EM- "A" schools.
tion. Such students would attend
is .
of-the-Year at VA-44 Edward .
'" 4. ALL QUALIFIED men in their the schools under TAD
Jones, AD2, of the squadron'sLine
first. enlistment apply. To
can orders.
Division. \% 1" ,4 qualify, personnel, besides beingin
BUPERS said it is
Initiative and devotion to duty mandatory
,, ; their first enlistment, must
helped Jones in being nominatedfor >:: ::':::; .: : ; :. ..' ," have required obligated service, (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 5))
: < "
this honor. He is leading :, i.','\:\\'/::;1ffJt"":: j must have worked in the rate

petty officer with the crew assigned ..,.. ....' .. ".', ', applied for and be recommendedby MDBS Payments
work on R4D aircraft. :: ": : their commanding officer.In .
';::j'-" ,! .., : ... Deadline
Top officer of the year at VA- ; 'ft
issuing the new school
44 is Lt. Malcolm Bailey. He Mutual Death Benefit Society
___ ___.____ quotas, BuPers, as an inducementto
(Please turn to Page 8, Col.l) H commands to nominate only members are reminded that today -
OUTSTANDING MEN Rear Admiral Wendell G. Switzer,
(Thursday) March 19 is the
Commander Fleet Air! Jacksonville, (left) presents Enlisted their most outstanding nonratedmen
Man-oMhe-Year award to Edward Jones, ADZ, at a recent administrationmaterial for Class "A" assignments, final day for payment for Assessments -
Good News For inspection of VA-44. Lt. Malcolm Bailey, Nos. 110 and 111.
stated graduates from these
(right, rear) received an award for Outstanding VA-44 Officer
E-7 Hopefuls of.the.Year, presented to him by Adm. Switxer. schools would be offered Fleet Amount due is $2.20 and checks
should be made payable to: Emloyees' -
The Navy will promote an vacancies.In .
Mutual Death Benefit

estimated 4972 enlisteds to E- Capt. Reedy To Relieve Capt. addition, BuPers promised Society.

7 as a result of the Februaryexams. _____u__ ___ ..__ ___
This is 1500 CPO pro-

motions more than a previous Parish As Station SkipperCapt.
estimate of 3487 made by

Last the Navy advanced James Robert Reedy,
year NAS Sanford prior to his USS

3387 enlisted. men to presently commanding officerof Lexington assignment, Capt.
the aircraft carrier USS
CPO. Reedy is 48 years old and a native -
Although the first promo- Lexington, has been namedto of Clevefand, Ohio.

tions are due May 16, when succeed Capt. Elliott W. f ,!4 GfY
the Navy plans to promote Parish Jr., as commandingofficer The new skipper is an Annap-
olis graduate reclaimed from the .
of NAS Jax. y.::
only 172 to CPO, there may
be an excess of E-7s at that Captain Reedy is expected to Army. Reedy was a member of *MY 9J 3t
the 1933 Annapolis class, half of
time, which would entail arrive around mid-July to take : r't::
which was1' honorably discharged.
pushing back the earliest advancements over his new command. Capt. t
; Determined to have a military
to July 16. Parish will retire from the Navy
he, along with others,
Plans call for 1250 advance- July 1 after 30 years service.A career,
enlisted in the Army Air Corps.
ments to CPO 16 and
on July
FAMILIAR figure in the
Sept. 16; and 1150 on Nov. 16 AFTER COMPLETING flight : i.2i'x
and Jan. 16, '1960. area, having served as Com- training at Randolph and Kelly

mander Heavy Attack One at fields in Texas in June 1934, the -U

Navy reclaimed his services and ::

I I ,Brazilians In Short Stay .II then appointed proceeded him to an Pensacola Ensign. for He .J

'Two more of the 14 patrol Navy flight instruction.
Last five other Bra-
planes which Uncle Sam im- While at Annapolis he was a .
zilian here before
parted to the Brazilian Air Force planes stopped
flying home to undertake patrolof member of the football, boxingand
last year under U. S. Mutual
the South Atlantic. lacrosse teams and was cap-
Defense Act, arrived at NAS Jax
last week to fuel up before their The P2V5s were flown by eight tain of the football team in 1932.

last hop home. officers and men, a parcel of the Capt. Reedy has been in his .. ------

The Brazilian aircraft were 85 crewmembers, who received rank since 1952. He RED BLOODED AMERICAN Herbert Haynw YN1, of the
two of seven P2V5s which have training in the aircraft at NAS Coast Guard, shows Virginia Hubbard, nurse with the Jackson.
arrived at the Station from Jax l last summer. will become the 15th commanding vine Blood Bank, the equivalent of his blood donations' made
since 1942. Th that Hayes in the NATTCenttr drive
officer of the Station since pint gave
Fresno, Calif., where they have The planes departed for Bra- his
'last week put total at one gallon. Personnel of the Training
undergone modernization. zil Wednesday. its commissioning Oct. 15, 1940. Center contributed 114 pints to last week's collection.F : .


2 JAX AIR NEWS 19 March 1959

LEA --S 'Cousin' Of F8U-2 Crusader Jo I

NAB, Jacksonville Join Fleet Aviation Arsenal In 60 .

Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr. _.... ........ Commanding Officer .
Capt. Grayston H. Weber ............ .. ...... ..... .. .. ...... Executive Officer The Navy will have a new jet fighter in its arsenal in the !)
F8U-2N is
NAB Six n..t Air JacIuonvUl a
Rear Adm. Wendell O. Switzer. .......... ................... ......................... .... .... CommanderCapt. I 1960. It's Chance Vought's F8U-2N Crusader, carrier-based,. development of the F8U-2 with
George R. Luker ...........?....................................................... FalrJax limited i all-weather fighter aircraft which flies at nearly
Capt. Macpherson Williams ... ................................ .. .. ............ ffStaff NAB Six increased capability for detecting Air twice the of sound.
Wing EUrtn speed
Capt. Donald E. Macintosh .-... ....................... ......................,............,................. CommanderCapt. ticipated that substantial quanti- destroying targets in dark-
Charles f.. Lambing ................................... ...... ...i..., ,,. ,,,..... Chief Staff Officer Production of the F8U-2Ns has ties of the aircraft will be pro- ness and inclement weather. To
Naval Air Technical Training Ctnttr
Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr. ...........................................................,. Commanding Officer been initially authorized from duced for the Fleet, beginning in perform this mission, the all-
Comdr. Wilfred E. Fleshman _..................................................._..... Executive Officer Crusader has :
Laval Hospital fiscal 1958 funds, and it is an. early 1960. weather type a
Capt. Alton C. Abernethy .............._................................................. Commanding Officer number of significant improve-
Capt. John O. Feder ........................................ _........................._.?.. Executive Officer : nu
NARTU i r ., ments.It .
Capt. Norman O. Anderson .........._.............................................._. Commanding Officer 3JS. 2 ,
Comdr. William E. Hardy...................................... ...... ....................... Executive Officer has a Chance Voughtdeyeloped -
p, autopilot; Push button
Printed commercially with non-approplated funds in Jacksonville Floridaat a controls perform
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-38( operated manyof
Rev. July 1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnelof the pilots' routine tasks suchas
Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station. Naval Air Technical Training
Center Fleet Air Wing 11 Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. holding an altitude, holding a

Naval Service Hospital.Information Officer ............... ................?.. Comdr. Frank J. Hill { r. heading, selecting a new headingor
Assistant Service Information Officer ................. Andrew H. Planey ..x< : orbiting over a given point,
Editor-Gordon Robbie: Staff Reporters-Bill We kes, J03: Alba Paterson:
Ron Davit, AN; Gene Hagan, JOSA. Staff Photographer-Joseph O'Brien. PH3The thus allowing the pilot to con-
Jax Air News Is a member Armed Forces Press Service: his mission.
Material In this cane centrate on
appearing publication reprinted providing credit is
given. Photographs, unless otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy Photo POWER PLANT will be the

graphs Editorial offices located In Room 830 Main Administration Building. Phone Pratt and Whitney J-57 P-20
extensions 8154. 659 272 or 218. 1
: engine which will give the new

Agencies Of Joint Crusade __ all-weather higher the F8U2.In speed. during aircraft combat an even than

Present Challenge To U. s. weather keeping mission with, the the F8U-2N all-

also will have. improved radar,

(To acquaint personnel Involved ,in the Federal Service Fund revised interior and exterior
Raising Campaign for National Health Agencies and the Joint lighting systems and improved

Crusade, The JAX AIR NEWS is publishing a weekly series on facts instrumentation.
and figures.) Although the new aircraft resembles -

Three American agencies dedicated to human wel- the F8U-2 in appearance,
voluntary ... ... .,. ..,. ._,, .
"''f''Wo''- "; r..d it will have a number of interior
fare overseas, are included in the 1959 Federal Service Joint Crusade
PHONOGRAPH. GIFT Navy Wives Club No. 86 recently and material changes. It will
Campaign which concludes today for Jacksonville Navy activities.The .
presented a three-speed record player to the Pediatric Ward of have provisions for utilizing, in
three agencies, CARE, Inc., Crusade for Freedom, and the Naval Hospital. Accepting the 'phonograph from Mrs. Robert Side-
American-Korean Foundation, are doing yeoman-like work in Miller, Navy Wives Club Chaplain (left) it Capt. Alton C. Aber- addition to heat-seeking
carrying out the American tradition of sharing our material and nethy, Hospital commanding' officer. Looking on intently is a winders, newer-type missiles now
'fellow four-year-old patient, Jean Marie Lahnen. under development.
spiritual benefits with our man.
I THE ALL-weather fighter rep-
CARE INVITES THE AMERICAN PEOPLE to share our resents further development of
abundance by joining the Food Crusade. Many less fortunate areas the F8U-1 Crusader, the world's
of the world remain unable to feed their population on more thana 1 t 1 : / 1 fastest operational Navy fighter,

subsistence level. War, natural disasters and other misfortuneshave now with the Fleet.
produced deplorable living conditions and left millions not VP-16 Both the all-weather fighterand
far from starvation. In dramatic contrast, we in the United States Patrol Squadron 16 is servingas efficiency is being utilized in the F8U-2 differ in appearance .-
each year accumulate tons of farm surplus-milk powder, flour, host 'for VP-814 during the helping VW-4 prepare for the from the F8U-1 in that th

corn meal and cheese. Reserve outfit's two-week tour 1959 storm season. have ventral fins mounted unde
Each dollar contributed enables CARE to send an average of of duty at NAS Jax. the tail section to give increased
In the arrivals
22 pounds of vital food-enough to help feed a family of four fora new department,
stability for the higher speed]
Ltjg j ) J. J. McClellan, VP-16
whole month In one of the following 14 countries: Colombia, a baby girl, Carrie Michaelle, in which they fly.
Officer, was on hand
Egypt (Port Said), Greece, Hong Kong, India- Iran, Israel, Italy, welcome the 'Week- was born last Friday to Ensign
Korea, Macau, Pakistan, Poland, West Germany (and Berlin) and Sunday to and Mrs. Dick Carpenter. A baby She: "Whenever I'm in the
end Warriors" from their homein
Yugoslavia. The donor's dollar pays for packaging and guaranteed boy, William, Jr., was born Sun- dumps, I get a new hat.
delivery to the final recipient and the donor's name and address Minneapolis, Minn. day to William Lenz, AG3, and He: "I was wondering where.
accompany each package. Commanding officer of VP814is Mrs. Lenz. you got them.

Selection of CARE Food Crusade recipients is based on need Lcdr L. A. Moran.

and need only, without discrimination of any sort. Crusade pack- VP-16 has completed the annual -

ages get into the hands of the needy-refugees, war widows, dis- I Operation Readiness Inspec-
abled veterans, orphans, disaster victims, unemployed, ill and crip- tion. The OR, conducted by officers -
pled. Carefully controlled and supervised distributions are made from FAW-11, included
direct to individuals and through institutions such as schools and an i-sub warfare problems, emer-

.hospitals. gency deployment measures,
CRUSADE FOR FREEDOM IS THE AGENCY through which drills, briefings, sea and air res-
millions of Americans support Radio Free Europe by their volun- cue alerts and a mining problem.

tary' contributions. Every penny'' raised is used in sending undis- The inspection exercises sim-

torted news and information to the captive countries.The ulated "wartime" circumstanceswith
Crusade for Freedom's biggest weapon is Radio Free emphasis on thoroughnessof

Europe. It is a network of 29, powerful transmitters and relay planning, speed and the man-
stations located in West Germany and Portugal. It broadcasts news, ner in which the tasks were per- r y.,
information and feature programs from the free world ,to, Com- formed. k A

munist-controlled Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Romania and Ltjg(j ) H. J. Hammond and J.
Bulgaria.. Schuh have been transferred to
Why Radio Free Europe? The vast majority of the people in Fasron 109. Ltjg>) David Hayes
the captive countries oppose Communist rule and are determinedto will be released from active duty
regain their freedom. These captive people need a continuingflow this week.
of truthful news in order to form sound judgments in their Welcome aboard is extendedto
struggle to regain their individual rights without futile bloodshed. Lt(jg) J. J. Maguire; R. C.

Letters from listeners and testimony from thousands behind the Scalise, YN2; F. N. Afllege' SD3; PUU.WWN HANOIPUU

Iron Curtain tell of RFE effectiveness. As one Hungarian put it, P. L. Zacke, AA, and R. C. Nar- : 'DOWN LEVER'

"For us, the most important development of the era is not the dell, AN. '
atom or the missile-it is the radio.. R. G. Boyd, AM3, has reenlisted SPREAD 'THE AU&*! .

THE AMERICAN-KOREAN FOUNDATION a non-profit for six more years.
agency organized solely to help rehabilitate Korea, joins the Joint .
Crusade for the first time. Purpose of the AKF is to help Koreans VW-4
help themselves by aiding in the rebuilding and rehabilitation of Jerry Kieffer, AT2; Leeman

their devastated land and people to build permanent bridgesof Arnold, AMS2, and Jay Byrd,
friendship, understanding and cooperation. between Koreans and AD3, have been given letters of
Americans.Aids commendation for their outstanding -

orphans, the aged, infirm and incapacitated; reha- participation in achieving a
bilitates and trains the war disabled and war widows; provides high level of aviation safety .STAND BY AND DIPECT

education and vocational training for orphans and impoverished while with Fasron 106 in 1957-58. FIREMENRemember $ __

students; trains Korean physicians, dentists1, nurses, teachers, social The commendations were for-
workers, technicians, administrators, engineers and many .others; warded to VW-4, their new duty This Number--
organizes and assists Korean 4-H'Clubs{ advises and instructs staffsof station, and presented to them

orphanages, hospitals, clinics, and laboratories; prevents spreadof by Comdr. Drexel E. Poynter, 333
Communism by demonstrating that free. nations can stand by VW-4 commanding officer.

their: friends ,and make democracy. The three are assigned as That's To Report A.
You! now have been introduced to the three international flight crew members in Super

agencies. within the Joint. Crusade Can'you meet the challenge? I Constellations, Their ability and Fire By TelephonePage

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59 r 19 March : : T 1

.. JAX AIR NEWS Pig. 3

1 r- { I v -46 Employees Receive Cash

Lh a 1 w s For Superior Performance

Ig r ,'.'_ _4 s; a% P: T v.. A total of 46 employees'of the Naval Air Station have been

c- presented with cash awards totaling $8,000 for superior performance -
.0 I
of duties.The Sidney Bell, $200; Frank Bolin,
lato y ,t: awards, inform of checks,
: try g' $200; Sam Bozeman, $200; Robert
were given individually to recip- 'Brown Doris Butts $200
$200; ;
- ients by department heads last
It James Carroll, $200; William
cited for
week. All were sus-
- Catrette, $200; Warren Courson,
tained outstanding performance $200; Joseph DeLucia, $200;
through a period of six monthsor
Berry Dodson, $200;
IYh: more. Douglas, $200; Robert Freeman,
a SEVEN departments, or units $200; Jesse Haynes, $200; William
were represented in the list, including -
Hicks, $200; Milton Lazarus,
24 from Overhaul and
,t, $200; Larry Massey, $200; Gerald
Repair Department, 10 from McKinley, $200; Otis Phillips,
l- '__'''''_'n ., w.w.-. Supply Department, seven from
$200 William Pittman $200;
; ,
OUTSTANDING AT O&R Superior Accomplishment: Awards were presented recently to Public Works, two from Comp-
24 Barney Rhoden, $200 John See-
members of Overhaul and Repair Department by Capt. Thomas B. ;
Haley, O&R Officer. Mrs. troller Department, and one each
O Doris Butts is shown accepting a check from Capt. Haley. Other recipients were, front row, (left to gars, $200; Clyde Sharpe, $200;
right) James Carroll, Milton Lazarus, Barney Rh eden, Gerald McKinley,, Robert Brown, Edward from Operations Department, Walter Smith, $200, and Daisy
w Douglas, Otis Phillips, Joseph DeLucia and Daisy Brown. Rear, William Hicks Jr.. Warren Cour- Service Information Office and Brown, $100, all of O & R.
''nI son Barry Dodson Larry Massey Jr., John Seegax Clyda: Sharps, Sidney Bell, William Catretle Disease Vector Control Center.
Robert Freeman Jesse Haynes and William Pittman. from VERNON Bare field, $200;
Missing photo are Frank Bolin, Sam Receiving awards, with amount
uel Bozeman and Walter Smith. George Dwelle, $200; Rita Jo-

I- _______ 1v 1 _..................UUh..h received, before taxes, were: chum, $200; Gilbert Moore, $200;

N' \ PIVINS Carl Reiter, $200; Howard Steen,

r, < %* >. 5ERVICtS $200; Carolyn Harrison, $100;
Jr'd '. Floyd Rhoden, $100, and Sylvia

' IIIt /1 Rowe, $100, of Supply.

ALL bAiNTS CHAPEL Willie Dauphin, $300; James
'- Sunday March 22 Merkel, $200; Frances Cherry,
$100 Lucile Hubbard, $100 El-
e, 0930 Sunday School, three- ;
Ir f wyn Marshall! $100; Peter Roul-
year-olds through, adults, Bldg.
hac, $100, and Elsa Steel, $100,
722 Service
11n ; Worship, Chap-
lain Beatty. of Public Works Department.Also

'- 1100 Service of Worship, I r & ;: 4 Lucille McDowell, $100;
w Chaplains Prick tt and Alexander. and Charles Small, $100, of

.. Comptroller Department;.Andrew
ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL Planey, $200, Service Information -

; Rod Pinney, $200, Opera-
. Sunday, March 22
$ tions Department, and Sarah

r, 1830 Teen-age Fellowship, ,,; Altec, $100, Disease Vector Con-
Small Chapel; Senior-IIi Fellowship ; .s trol Center.

Bldg. 722. # '
1930 United Fellowship of :

Protestants, Bldg. 722.( TV Westerns

Sunday, March'' 22 ,-.-., .............-y--: -- .-. -- ,-' Are
a af 0630 Sunday Mass. AWARDS AT PUBLIC WORKS DEPT. C:Apt. J.H. Etier (left) NAS Jax Public Works Of. Plaguing
0930-Protestant Divine Serv- fice: *, imparts Outstanding Performance: Award c leeks to seven employees of Public: Works. Receiving .
ae ice. : the checks are, front row, (left to right) Fances Cherry, Public Works Officer secretary: : AideIf
ae ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL Peter Roulhac:, Maintenance Division. Elwyn Ma rshll,Maintenanco Division James Metlkel,Maintenance 'Canyon'
Division: Elsa Steele, Maintenance Division Willie Dauphin,' foreman of Transportation on
Holy Week Services: Division, and Lucille: Hubbard, < you're against Westerns
Transportation Di* snn.COMPTROLLER
0800 Mass. __ .. .._ "_ ___u __.H.UUU'U.uuuuu TV, you have the heartfelt sym-

1000 Mass; Distribution and Navy Fires Tabs 1 ,, ,, HEN k 4 pathy of an Air Force officer sta-
blessing of palms. : tioned in Hollywdod, Cal.,-but

Monday March: 23 for a rather specialized reason.

0615 Mass; confessions before For First Time, ;:_ Lt. Col. Frank Ball has it in

Mass. \ JliUJ for the gunsmokers because they

1645 Mass; confessions be- .From Ship's DeckThe get in his hair. His hair happensto
and after Mass.Tuesday. be, the hair of the actors who
March: 24 Navy has successfully fired portray airmen on the "Steve

0615 Mass; confessions before the supersonic Talos missile at Canyon" TV show for which the
sea for the first time. consultant."It's .
Mass. colonel is technical
1645 Mass; confessions be- The guided missile cruiser Gal- my job to see the actors

fore and after Mass.WedlJesday veston launched the surfacetoair look like airmen," he says. "I
missile and the shot
March: 25 reported have a hard time talking them
was "hot, straight and normal.." "
0615 Mass; confessions be- into getting G.I. haircuts.
fore Mass. The Talos' booster sent its Their reaction, according to the

1645' Mass; confessions be- payload aloft'' trailing a bright colonel, is invariably a shockedcry

fore and after Mass. orange flame with the ramjet : "Haircuts? How can we get
engines taking over "on sched- haircuts when we're doing a
1900 Stations of the Cross
ule," according to reports. Western next week?"

confessions after, Stations. Preparations for the launch So far, caps and liberal appli-

took "months of work on land cations of pomade have helped
Lt. Col. Henderson New tresses.
conceal those cowpoke
and sea by both crew and civilian

Woman Marine DirectorLt. contractors," the Navy said. __ _,.'.... r_ ... __ But the colonel's campaign for
CoL Margaret M. Henderson The Bendix Aviatidn Corp. is DUO CITED Cash awards for superior neatly clipped skulls goes his on
has been named to succeedCol. the prime contractor for the accomplishment were presented recently by Comdr. E. W. against stubborn hostility
Julia E. Hamblet as Directorof Talos. It is built at the Naval Scant1ebu: ;y, NAS Jax Comptroller to two of his department "airmen," some of whom are
employees Lucille: McDowell and Charles Small. former servicemen.
the Women Marines, GeneralR. Industrial Reserve Ordnance

McC. Pate, Commandant of Plant, Mishawaka, Ind. Red Cross Volunteers "When I asked" onefellow to
Seeking this West
the Marine Corps, announced re- trim his locks, say
With of than 65
a range more "he remarked that if it
Women volunteers are, neededto Pointer,
cently. miles the missile, has a 40,000 Interviews for Gray Ladies will for the Navy
serve with the Red Cross as was good enough
Rhymes oF the Tunes h.p. ramjet engine, weighs about Staff Aide or in the Gray Ladies be 'held in the Recreation Officeof it's good enough for the Air
3OOOlbs. and is designed to destroy -
program at the Naval Hospital. the Hospital's Navy Exchange Force.
WHEN THINGS enemy aircraft at high next "What can I do? I can't put
altitudes. (AFPS) I Volunteers may give as littleas Thursday (March
ARE BAD these on KPJ" (AFPS).
guys .
three hours a week. Free childcare 26)) from 1000-1200.
,' The young man was fascinated is offered volunteers by the
AND FUSS.VOUlL > 'L Have yourself tested yearly for
MAKE & by the strapless evening gown Navy Wives Nursery aboard the Football de/t-nitiorw: Illegal diabetes. Civil Service employees

THINGS WORSE: worn by his beautiful 'date. Station. Formation--three students with should participate in their Em-

IF YOU'RE A "What holds it up?" the young Those interested' in becomingStaff two tickets; Midfield where I ployees' Preventive Health Pro-

GLOOM GUS. V' man asked."Gravity". Aides should call EV 9-6545. scalpers say the ticket are. gram Diabetic Detection Clinic,
ps..4 gen ,ye3o was the immediate to be held in April
response. Gene: "Why are there so few .
Moe: "Tell me, what became "Gravity?" women lawyers?" Football de/t-nitiotw: End zone Early detection and early treat-

of your ethics,?". ''YeIH she said. "The gravityof Bill: "Because women would -where the seats really are; ment of diabetes usually keeps

Joe: "Oh, I traded it long ago what will Happen if it should rather lay down the law than Sweep.-what some player oughtto the diabetic on the job, working

for a Hudthon." fall" take it up." do instead of play. ,well and without low of time.



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I 19 March 1959

... ...
.. ... III :
Supervisory Unique ChapelRepresented

Certificates t''
3. 4v }
R 4N
Four Faiths

Given To 25Basic
Men stationed on the polar

plateau at the bottom of the
Supervisor Develop- world have dedicated
ment certificates were pre- k E[R f 4 ________ a new
4 y church complete with
sented last Monday by Capt. L \ 4 altar,
steeple even a lighted
Elliott W. Parish Jr. religious -
com is i it'Y'w:40'At1h
> \ :: painting.
manding officer, to 25 Station
employees who completed 60 : But there are two things the

hours minimum participation new church doesn't have-a reg-

required for. certification.Five ularly assigned chaplain or a
bronze bell to adorn the steeple.
departments are repre-
sented in the list of those receiving ,THIS deficiency, however,

this special training, with : '. doesn't bother churchgoers of

12 from Overhaul and Repair, the Deep ]Freeze IV contingentat

four from Supply Department, >' .YWJO,4iW'wOiv C}' 44 Scott-Amundsen station situ-
four from three from ated at the geographic South
Comptroller Department and two :>>:: s.: .., 'veorL.x: ;:o u:x.:: +.''p : ,.:!);")mJc. Pole. '

from Public Works Department. _..._. ............. ... ">>,, ,: In the absence of a chaplain,
:i :: *
_<<- "" "':-' >>>,___" : u .'+''aeY}* :$::; 111 l1i1111riilllllllliilliiil8tOr! 1iIIIIr1lrl = r. lUll lb.' the 17 men stationed there take
BASIC SUPERVISOR Develop- COMPLETE SUPERVISORY COURSE Supervisory Development Training certificates were turns each Sunday giving a ser-
ment training, administered by awarded to 25 NAS Jax supervisors who complet t 60-nour basic training course Capt. Elliott W.
of their faith.
Industrial Relations is carriedout Parish Jr.. commanding officer, is pictured presenting certificate to Evelyn Smith of O&R. Second mon own
in accordance with, the NavyDepartment's sow, (left to right)'are Gladys ,Ebert A.E. Baker Byrle Lefler A.E. Stringer Doris Butts G.L. This arrangement proves satisfactory -
policy of providing Stofko: E. E. Durham, and Capt. T.B. Haley. O&R Officer. Third row: Capt. J.H. Etter Public because each of the
Works Officer C.L. Reed H.O. Scuriley: G.B. K immer: Henry Breitmoser: L.E. Cameron: W.W.
training for all levels of super- Dornbusch: K.L. Salibury; B.W. Coffman, and C mdr. L.C. Covell, assistant"Supply Officer. Back major religion?-Protestantism,
vision to maintain a highly com- row: Phil Myers Deputy Comptroller W.S. Ric1ardll: D. Johnstone: S.O. Armistead: M.E. Swan- Catholicism, Judaism and Buddhism -
petent staff of supervisors. son R.W. Thomson: Jim Vearil; E.O. Umslot, assistant Training Superintendent, IRD: J.B. Hof- -is represented by at least
man, and W.R. Roemer.Diabetes one member of the
Determination of the extent of group.

such training depends on needsof AN INDICATION of the all-

the activity and on specific Is A PenaltyFor Tops AK GradsJohn encompassing faiths worshipped

needs as evidenced in the per- Van Gorder, AKAN, within the small, 16 x 16-foot
formance of individual super- gabled chapel can be found in
of Avia-
was honor graduate
visors. tion Storekeeper School ClassA its name.

THE PROGRAM gives emphasis Being OverweightThis at 'NATTCenter last week. A sign at the entrance reads:

to both technical and moral Van Gorder finished withan "The Chapel Of Our Faith, South

principles and practices of lead- ( is the second of four articles 'on the subject of diabetes 86.26 average to pace 21 Pole."? Lt. Sidney Tolchin, MC,

ership. Topics presented in the which will appear weekly.) other students. USN, officer-in-charge of the

60-hour course include indoc- "Will child be diabetic the wintering-over group, proudly
my a ? was question posed by a
trination information, organization reports: "Now it can truly be
beautiful young lady being interviewed for a pre-marital examina- Civil, Service employers coop-
and functions of NAS Jar tioa said the earth turns on a pointof
and its departments basic erate in diabetic detection clinics faith." (AFPS)
prin- Upon questioning it was found No race is free '''from this dis-
ciples and concepts of organization because they know it helps to
that the prospective husband wasa ease. However, the disease is
and management, performance find the unknown diabetic in
diabetic. It therefore be
appraisal and ratings, dis- determined with can fair certaincy higher among Hebrews than I time; to keep him an effective Electronics To
ciplinary action and grievance among Gentiles. I member of the working force.!
that two out of five children of
procedure information, incentive this union will be diabetics! Be Theme Of
awards, retirement and manY'others.
Had the young lady also beena
diabetic then it could be ex- Monday Talk
Receiving certificates
were: pected that all children, if they -
From 6 ,& R-Henry Breit-, live long enough will become Monday at 1500, the Aviation
moser, Doris Butts, L. E. Cameron -' diabetics. Electrician's Mate schools at

W. W. Dornbusch, D. John- FAMILY HISTORY in new NATTCenter will present Dr.

ston, G. B. Kummer, K. L. Salisbury found diabetic cases is usually H. L. Donley, discussing and

H. O. Scurrey, Evelyn very strong. Blood relatives of I 4..F y't<'"' 3 demonstrating the latest advances -
Smith, M. E. Swanson, R. W. diabetics develop the disease 7 cr 0 S Sx in the' field electronics

Thomson and Jim Vearil.. to 1 times more frequently than ( < : ,gyp. at King Hall.

SECURITY-B.W. Coffman Jr., the general population. As you Dr. Donley is a member of the

E.' E. Durham, W. J. Roemer and can see, diabetes can be bred in, Technical Relations Staff of the
\ G. L. Stofko. as well as out. David Sarnoff Research Centerof

Comptroller O Armistead, The onset of diabetes, which is RCA Laboratories.

Gladys Ebert, and W W. Pierce. agreed is on a hereditary basis, Comdr. Edgar T. Edmonson,
; is influenced training officer of AE schools,
by several known
Supply-A. E. Baker, J. B.
said the purpo'se lecture,
of the
Hoffman, Myrtle Lefler and A. E. factors, notably age, sex, body
weight, occupation physical tY "Electronics in Solids, Space
Stringer. exercise I : :
infections and glandular : and Sound," is "to show electrical
Public ,
Works-W. S. Richards
disturbances. students recent advances in the
and C. L. Reed.
electrical-electronic field and to
Two more certificates, to L. C. Diabetes may develop at any motivate students' inerests in
Davis and P. G. Raizis, employed age; but reaches its' peak incidence these areas."

at the Naval Hospital, were for- between 50 and 60 years ? The graduate of Hobart Col-
Approximately half of all
cases :
warded to the Hospital for
pres- -- lege will demonstrate the princi-
of diabetes occur'between the BUSINESS AS USUAL
Administrative woife
entation there.Greater --I must go on, ples of :
r ages of 40 and 60. says Richard: Chatellier, YN1, of Patrol Squadron 18 as he types electronic refrigeration
Between the ages of 40 and 7Q( a memo amid a jumbled mass of typewriters books, files, desks "Electrofax," a system of higher
Annuities diabetes is and paper. The squadron transferred to new quarters from Hangar speed electronic photography;
years, more commonin
124 to Hangar 123 last( week. Moving file cabin is Chris and the RCA Music Synthesizer,
Proposal KilledBecause women than in men, ratio of: I Lauchner.: SN. (left) and Dale Pelland, SN both of the VP-18 which
can reproduce any tone
3 to 2. In early life there are personnel office.
it was discovered to more achieved by the human voice or
be more costly than originally IT IS POSSIBLE that the high ICramped'VP.18 Makes I any conventional music instru
estimated, 'a plan by which long- incidence in women more than MoveNeed ment plus others the human ear
- -
I' term government career employees 40 years of age is related to the for more office space anda has ever heard.
j would gain greater annuities high incidence of obesity'in this larger working area necessi- tenant's Division, while' various Before the hour lecture period

on retirement, has been group. tated ,the moving of VP-18 from departments concerned were directly I starts a half hour of taped

sidetracked.The How being overweight makesone Hangar 124 to 123 last week. charged with arrangingoffice stereophonic music will be heard

plan, which would cost more likely to develop dia- The squadron, crowded into equipment. Most of the by those in attendance.

about $110 million extra a year, betes has not been explained, two-thirds of the west side of 278 enlisted men and 55 officersof One feature of the program

or more than a billion dollars but the fact remains that diabetes Hangar 124 for over a year, the squadron participated in will be the experimental Industrial

over a 10-year period, was to is a penalty of being fat. moved to the east side of Hangar the move.: Television camera using five

compute Federal annuities on a Of 1,000 diabetes cases exam- 123 after a week of 'extensive. "Of VP-18's numerous tempo watts of' 60 cycle power. This

2.1/4 per cent basis for all yearsof ined, 770 were overweight, and painting and modification. rary detachments to such placesas enables the camera to generate

service over 15. the death rate from diabetes increases ;- Although operating under extremely Roosevelt Roads, our 150yardmove a full television signal, which

This would achieve the goal of directly to how much the crowded conditions in last week was possibly the can be received on either channel

two percent average annuity individual is overweight.FOR the old quarters, VP-18 was one most difficult," said Comdr. two or three of any conventional

computation rate as far as employees EXAMPLE, if a diabetic of two aboard the Station to win James McGhee, executive officer: set.

\ with 30 years of service person is 26 per cent overweight, the Battle Efficiency Award last "Moving our
were concerned and only slightly the death rate is ten times greater year.A ters takes much permanent more time quar than "Sir, 1 think you had better
less for those with 20 to er than if his weight were uor- large part of the moving was to deploy the squadron, that man's record. Every

years service. mal. Watch that weight! performed by the First Lieu- :temporary assignment," he added on a the time fingerprints.he fires a gun" he wipes 08


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19 March 1959 F.g- -
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I Trips To Marineland, Silver SpringsOn ., ,

Local Bill Of Fare For WeekendSpecial I. ,

The "new arrivals" departmentat Services will sponsor the 1100 feeding of the trained spot are: Glass Bottom Boat / }h
the Naval Hospital has been fat
recreational trips to Marine- porpoises. Ride; Photo-sub Ride; Jungle
kept busy recently with 28
"check-ins." land Saturday and Silver Upon returning the bus will Cruise; Tommy Bartlett's Deer
make three hour Ranch and Ross Allen's Rep-
a two or stopin
Girls led the parade with 17 Springs Sunday. Departure
tile Institute. !
the oldest
St. Augustine,
little lasses while 11 boys were time for both trips is 0900
city in the United States, and Special rates' are availablefor
the from the NATTCenter
born same week. Navy
I arrive at NATTCenter at 1700. military personnel having
GIRLS Exchange.The .
identification cards.A .
Karla Anne, to Lt(jg) and Sunday the trip to Silver !
fare to Marineland will of 16 tickets
Cecil will cost 50 cents. With TheToosfmosfers
Mrs. Springs
; Cindy De-
be 25 cents per person and must be sold in order for each
nise, to Alfred Middleton, AD2, the bus will arrive in time for Attractions at this famous trip to depart.
and Mrs. Middleton; Tammy Va-

lene, to Thomas Greehalgh, .

USN/Ret., and Mrs. Greehalgh, : Retention New officers of the Navy Jax
all born February 27; Laura Lee, Officers Club have been elected.,
to Sgt. and Mrs. Richard Alex- I '
Contract President for the next term is
ander, and Diana Lee, to Ensignand OkayedLiberal Max Bailey of :VA-44. Serving

Mrs. Clayton White, both with him are Moe Moessner and
born February 28. By House Group
Dick Blankenship as Vice Presidents -
Also, Donna Ann, to Earl-Geil- I A I The House Armed Services Fritz Hellings as Secre-

ing, EN2, and Mrs. Ceiling born tiR subcommittee recently passed a tary, Bill Highsmith as Treasurerand

March 1; Sally Mae, to Donald new and somewhat more liberal Sam Anderson as Sergeant-

Smith, AN, and Mrs. Smith, Reserve retention contract bill, at-Arms.
March 1. Born March 2 was reports Navy Times. Last Thursday night the club

Audrey, Lanell, to Corpl. and The bill,' renamed "The Re- honored Ray Mullins with a

Mrs. Hezekiah Clark, and Mi- serve Officer Incentive Act of "This is Your Life" night. Ray

chele, to Nicholas Constantino; n 1959", provides some importantchanges is retired and will leave the area
ADC, and Mrs. Constantino. from the bill originally shortly. Clancy Rich, acting as

March 3 arrivals were: Twins, proposed by Defense. Master of Ceremonies, introducedmany

Penny Gay and Patti Kay, to FIRST OFF, Reserve officers of Ray's boyhood friends.

Carl Madaris, ADI, and Mrs. i who later qualify for non-regular Hank Young described Ray's
Madaris; Robin Dawn, to Ken- retirement would not have to paper-carrying days. Sam An-

neth Whorten, GM3, and Mrs. : __ pay back readjustment pay, a derson talked about his courting

Whorten; Leslie Jean, to Billy clause which the Defense meas-. days. Mrs. Ray Mullins was then
Watson, ATR3, and Mrs. Watson, ure advocated. Introduced to the club, followedby

and Mary Angela, to Anthony i Now, officers with 14 years'service an old friend from Dallas,
Cebulski, USN/Ret., and Mrs. who are offered a six- Charley Cibule, who talked on

Cebulski. BEST OF 5902 Pvt. James Cameron (right) accepts special year contract taking them to retirement old times in Dallas.
And, Baby Girl, to Lemmie recognition from ActMSgt. William Mordy. Cameron's outstanding would have to take it e. e
Collins, EM3 ,and Mrs. Collins; scholarship abilities made him honor student of Aviation or lose readjustment pay. Basic training speeches by

Kimberly Gayle, HMI, and Mrs. Storekeeper School. Class 5902, at NATTCenter. According to the bill, long- E. K. McIlrath, Ivan Sanders and

Gayle, and Sandra Faye, to Wal- term active Reserve officers with Bill Clearman topped Tuesday
ter Seawright, A02, and Mrs. Services Lead Communities' I over 14 years' service when the evening's' program for the Civil-
Seawright, all born March 5. ian Toastmasters.
bill passes, if not offered a reg-
BOYS Programming Moral Codes ular commission, shall be consid- Mcllrath expounded -
Dennis Michael, to Dennis ered to have accepted and be o n
Malenfant, AEM, and Mrs. Mal- Chief of Navy, Chaplains, Rear Adm. George A. Rosso, com- serving under a contract carry- "Inter space,"
enfant; Ronald Hugh, to Joseph' menting on the Navy Chaplains' program during his tour here last ing them to retirement. the space between '

James, EN3, and Mrs. James, and week, observed that "the services area> more aware of problems involved THIS means that not only more intellec-

Michael Gene, to Gene Ballwey, in maintaining moral standards and prestige among the I officers in this category will be tualism andemotionalism "
AM3, and Mrs. Ballwey, all born world's democracies than most civilian communities." kept until retirement, but more ;
February 27. "Research and of experi- Sanders .em- '
years pay under the bill for those who, I
Born February 28 was Alan mentation," he said, "have focused must preserve our moral and religious are forced out.Supplem'enting. phasized the

Roland, to Emil Hedrich, AMI, this awareness and given way of life while livingin the Defense Soviets bullying -

and Mrs. Hedrich. Also, Carl direction to the programs for a culture sometimes vastly measure, the bill provides for methods in

William, to William Cross, AN, sustaining high moral codes and different from our own," he con- long-term Reserve officers who "Russian Roulette, ," and Clear-

and Mrs. Cross, and Timothy religious life among Navy per- cluded. are forced out, a half month's man provided much food for

Daniel, to Herbert Graham, AB1, sonnel." pay up to ten years, two month'spay thought in his "If I Had Been
and Mrs. Graham, both born. RAISED TO THE DIGNITY ofa DURING HIS visit here, the for each year after that up God."

March 2. domestic prelate with the title Chief of Chaplains met with to the time of forced retirementand Toastmaster for the eveningwas

And, Harold Le Vern Jr., to Right Rev. Monsignor by the late chaplains and officials of NAS a month's pay for every year T. A. Wilkinson, with Wall

Harold Woodby, AA, and Mrs. Pope Pius XII, the Admiral was Jax NARTU, NATTCenter, and remaining up to 20. ttanuel as topic master. The

Woodby, and Floyd William, to, satisfied that chaplains and com- Naval Hospital and toured installations One other change offered in panel of evaluators, headed by

Warren Stinson, JIM, and Mrs. manding officers of area installa- at NAAS Mayport, the bill would allow keeping Andy Planey, included Gordon
Stinson, both born March 3. Born tions he visited are "eagerly im- NAS Cecil Field and Naval Reserve officers on duty past 20 King, Ezra Batte and Lawton

March 4 were Jared Hugh to plementing and developing all Green Cove Springs. years if Defense wants them. Green.CHAPLAINS .

Chester Bailey, BMC, and Mrs., aspects of" the Moral Leadership -.....-- .,..,....,. ----- -- .---- ..--.............,......,.......-...-...--.-

Bailey, and Ricky Leon, to Frank Program.
This instituted by
Jones, SD, and Mrs. Jones. program
Secretary of the Navy last springas
Arriving March 5 was John
an extension of the Character
Ross, to S/Sgt. and Mrs. Charles .
Britt. Education Program, in additionto .. .
fostering moral responsibility, ,
of' duties
promotes recognition yt iYr tf
March Birthdays and obligations of servicemen to #Ie ",'" t. '"
the government they serve. . .Q.J. .
I .
Saluted ; .
TonightA THE ADMIRAL emphasizedthat '
party for all NATTCenter the Leadership Program, ii1 J." 1.', .rI"t' --: ." ,.' .
personnel dur- while complemented and devel- "r ', I. '>
having birthdays \
: f "
: f' '
ing March will be held tonightat oped by the Chaplains Corps, "isa : 'lIff ,'' ,...."
2000 in the EM Lounge.In command function." ,'. ,--, "
addition to a birthday cake, The responsibility for sustain- ., ,.1'p? ..., i/II. .,..
young ladies from Jacksonvillehave ing the high ideals and moral : t ), ,

been invited to help cele code of young people enteringthe : :

brate. There will be dancing to Navy, and the developmentof .. \ .fit .
the latest rock 'n' roll records. morale and moral dignity of

Although the party is in honorof service people lies with both
I ;
commanding officers and the 'a:: I :: t 1
those having birthdays this ?# J.
of Chaplains, according to ,A,
month, all NATTCenter person- Corps j j
nel are welcome. Adm. Rosso.In .. ,
various parts of the world
::<<;:: '
of moralityand W:;:: :
One of.the specimens exhibitedat where interpretation Jjj:' 11f ;
approach to life is different : _
Marineland Fla. has an unusual _
; .q -
of eating. The starfishsends from ours, Adm. Rosso stressedtwo HONOR THEIR CHIEF =- Area chaplains honored Rear Ac1m1ral-Georg. ,
way its considerations: "We are ,the Rosso (front row, third from right) ata dinner last Thu day. Chaplains are, front 'row, (left to
its 'stomach out through foreigners while serving abroad. right) Lt. Roger McClone, Comdr. Robert Wilson, Comdr. Charles Bdatty Adm. Rosso, Comdr. t
mouth to surround and digestits to foist Frank Morton and Lcdr. William Doyle. Rear Lt William Clifford, Lcdr. A. Dudley Prickett, Lt.
meal, usually clams and oys- "And without trying Ernest Reagan. Lcdr. William Hunter Lt. Johnnie Perry, Lt. John.BprecrJcy, .Lcdr.. Walter Davis.
ters. our ideals upon other people, we 14 (jg) Henry Kelly and Lt. M.C.'McQuarrie. '


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Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 19 March 1959

Do You Know Where Nearest ClassifiedThe

( Jax Air Newt it prohibited -

Fallout Shelter Is Located? ( by Defense from listing Department commercial regulations -

(This is the fourth in a series on the National Plan for Survivaland advertising.

Defense in the case of attack or other emergency. Just how Ads in1 this column are limited

the individual fits into the overall picture toil! be covered.) to housing; for rent and tale,

Do you have a defeatist attitude? Do you think there is no rooms, lost and found items and

escape or protection from nuclear attack? If that fallacy is a part miscellaneous (such as rides
of take closer look wanted and swaps in duty assignments
your."unthinking",. .a at this fact:
Scientific research has shown ).
no pills or shots exist that will to Take CoVer! You may have No ads are taken by phone,
bare seconds to run for an inner
provide humans with any appre- en must be submitted personally -
ciable immunity to radiation room or corridor; to throw your- or by mail. The Jar Air

from fallout. It has proved that self on the ground', or crouch on News reserves right to edit all
fallout shelters offer definite the floorboards of your car. ''You '
will not Have time to think or ads.Deadline !
protection.Do for ads each week is
do anything about the safety of
you know where sheltersare your family. Tuesday at 1200)).

located on this Station? In For Rent
Now is the time to discuss
the city? Outside the city? 2-Bdrm CB hse with tile bath. I
survival with
plans your family, Vacant. EV 4-5905. ,
HAVE YOU MADE A HOME friends and neighbors. Now is
3-Bdrm brick hse with garage.
SHELTER? Is your evacuationkit the time to learn local Civil I
EV 4-1377.
for the car ready? Do you Defense plans; to learn how
2-Rm Elect stove
garage apt. ,
know the<-evacuation routes? If your children will be evacuated
: heat. EV 4-1377.
gas ,
caught outdoors during an attack, from school, and to what evacuee :
; : 2-Story furn. hse with elect.
do you know what to do for point they will be taken.IF .
kit. $85. mo. 7362 103rd St. EV-
maximum protection? _
AT WORK WHEN THE 7-3753 or SP 1-1716.

Page 1 of the new Station SIGNALS indicate that attack is Room in priv. home for single

Telephone Directory explains imminent, you won't be able to person.'3603 Riverside Ave.

warning signals their meaning, return to Jacksonville. South- 1-Bdrm furn hse near NAS I

and action to be taken. NASJAXInst bound evacuation streams of :4. and Cecil Field. 5934 S. FristonRd.
3440.3 Evacuation and four lane traffic will prevent :
( ., % mi. off 103rd St. SP-
Shelter Plan) also describes the northbound traffic. 1-2145.

signals and is posted on bulletin Now is the time to make your 2-Bdrm unfurn apt. kit. equip.

boards and in housing units. survival plans. Now is the timeto 2904 Cherokee Ave., Ortega. EV-

Have you read them? know the Station Passive De- 9-5326.

Knowledge and advance'prep- fense Plan. 3-Rm cottage, kit equip. Avail. .

aration' can- prevent immobilization To meet total war there can Sat. $60. mo., Lake Shore. EV-

and tragic loss of life. be nothing less than total de- 4-5103. .

THE ALERT SIGNAL IS fense. Civil defense must be just 2-Rm apt. Reasonable, closein.EL .

SOUNDED by steady blasts of 'as effective as military defense; 5-3191.
neither can attain its objective -2Bdrm furn hse. 1376 Lake
the warning 'signals, three to five
minutes duration. This should without intensive preparationand "" Shore' Blvd. EV 4-6330.

provide you with time to. reach training. 2-Bdrm unfurn hse, electric
designated evacuation points before Military{ and civilian membersof equip. $80. mo. 5157 107th St.

attack; but if you don't the NAS Passive Defense Or- :: ; CO 4-8143' SP 1-4499.

know their( locations or haven't ganization are being trained in Bdrm unfurn hse, not equip.

........._.., _
prepared and equipped a home defensive recovery < "' .w. "W'"' $70. mo. 5161 107th St. CO 4-8143

shelter precious time will be lost operations. Survival techniquesthus CHECKING SUPPLIES An important Job for Navymcn at or SP 1-4499.
learned will be valuable to the Supply Warehouse in Building 162 (South Area). The Ware For ,Sale
and the alert signal will be of house has been maintained by sailors, in addition to civilians,
little benefit to you. everyone concerned with the for 'over five months. In top photo, Eddie Williams, SK2, (left) 2-Bdrm new hse on 60x123 ft.
{ safety of self or family. checks supplies on "fork lift" with Joe Stewart, AK1, (right) lot. IVt blks o_ hwy 17. Clay St.,
A series of short blasts, three DEPARTMENT HEADS AND as driver David Hackney, AN, looks on. Bottom, material is 4 mi. frm. Green Cove Springs.EV .
minutes duration, is the signal KEY PERSONNEL have assigned checked out by Bill Thornhill, AKAN, (left) and David Have*, 9-9627.

responsibilities in the PD Or- SK3. 3-Bdrm CB hse, 2% yrs old.

ganization but there is a need Conv. to sch., NAS. 6527 Bur-
for civilian volunteers in sev- Sailors Civilians Join gundy Rd. S. SP 11673.Miscellaneous .

eral areas. ,
Vital information is containedin Ride wanted-2943 Gilmore St.

the NAS Passive Defense'Plan In Warehouse SetupItems (Between Willowbranch and Mc- .

and in all Civil Defense publica- Duff) 0730-1600. Helen Roberts, (

tions. Know them. Equip your- ext-423 or EV 8-4497.
from towels to
self with knowledge. Time,spent crowbars paper issued aboard the Station, but by many Riders wanted-Murray Hill I
.; in preparation for all emergencies are other installations. and adjoining area 07001530.See .
and civilians
is not wasted, it can mean Navymen em- Lifshutz, O&R, 5217.
unit 12 receives supplies
ployed at Stores Unit num- STORES
the difference between life or Riders and drivers wanted-
ber 12 in the south area of from Navy general and aviation NAS b
>> death. Car pool, Augustine to
NAS Jax.Whereas. stores, and furthers themto C
The choice is yours. daily. Mrs. McGowan, ext8324or
other smaller warehouses un-
h y } + civilian personnelonce 2 Mulvey St., St. Augustine. U
der its jurisdiction.Men .
maintained the warehousein Driver wanted-Share driving

.. AIR FORCEUNIT Building 162, Navymen' and in for the maintenance warehouse are of the responsible to LA area. Depart Jax April 3 ain )

civilian employees now work Mercury sedan. Leave msg. at
physical condition of the stock,
together hand-in-hand to suc- 8555 for Lt. Hamilton. e,
GETS the unit sufficiently
cessfully perform the tremendoustask r(
stocked and keeping bins filled
$} 4.a !'K of supplying materials used and in good condition. Reserve Ship Duty a
ck 'L FIRST E-8 not ,only by every department Local divisions directly served

The 679th Aircraft Control and by the warehouse is Cecil Field, Has Catches To ItDon't

Warning Squadron at NAS Jax Sanford, O&R Jax, Auxiliary think you're getting it b

has its first Senior Master Ser- Stores, NARTU, NATTCenter and soft just because you might receive 0

geant. Hx Operations of NAS Jax. orders to a ship assignedto

J SenM/Sgt. Robert King, First i QUANTITY of materials han- the Selected Reserve Forces. a;

., SergeanJ of the 679th, became .dled by the unit tremen- listed eJ
Although as preferred
{ that unit's first and the Station's dous. During an eight-month O'

,, only Air Force E-8 when he was period, an average of 2,922 "lineitems" sea duty under Seavey-Shorvey, fi
such duty means a tougher assignment -
recently (single items on an -
promoted A:
Sgt. King entered the Air s }-were' issued in one week for you on your next J
sea duty go ,around.
dYI Force in 1942 and during WWIIwas alone. F

I 1zpii. a radar operator and gunner Navymen working in Stores Eventually, 80 destroyers and
with a B-24 unit. Unit 12 are. transported to the escorts under the Selected Re-

:. In 1958 Sgt. King was selectedto south area from Barracks D by serve Program will be assigned fil

I BUtDSBEWAB&.HOinaurit'l : ; represent the Eastern Air De- bus daily. to the Reserve for immediate use tin
just Las. Vegas showgirl it
'Joan Wood's way of udyertit-' fense. Forces in the 'Air Force "The boys, along with civilian case of war.

ing a trapshooting tournament. Association. outstanding Airman employees of the warehouse, are
Program. doing .an excellent job," says Diabetes .can strike any age.
Have you heard about the glam Among other decorations Sgt:. Comdr. J. L. DeLany, materials yt

who flooded the gym becausethe King holds the Presidential]Unit __n .______________.mm________ division officer. "Since Januaryfirst The unknown diabetic whose

coach. told him. to go in. asa Citation and the EAME Ribbon SENIOR M/Sgt. King of they have reduced the condition is uncovered easily generally kJ

'ru.M with four battle stars. the 6791h Air Force AC&W backlog, or' unfilled order issues, does not go to the

(Ed.'Note: Yes, we think we've King is married and a, nativeof tons.Squadron.The 679th admits is based new at chav NAS from 2,445 line items to, 951 on hospital. He does not usually III

fieard it, too.) New Britain, Conn. Jax. February 27." have to lose time from work.


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19 March 1959

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;: I : I:>1 .\.f; "1 All-Navy TourneyEast

4 Coast representatives were blanked in All-Navy

: # 1 !:J basketball play at San Diego last week as Long Beach Naval

Base whipped Submarine Force, Pacific, 80-72, to reign as
kings of the hardwood sport throughout the Fleet

Long Beach, downed by the
earlier Pensacola Navy, with two Jax
Submariners in an game,
back Navy players on its roster, finished
62-60 in overtime, stormed
with a 1-2 mark, defeating
through the loser's bracket to
''a Y SubPac. ServLant, Atltntic Fleet col
'xK Rh'F win two straight from
f ; : ,. '' or-bearer, 84-73, before losing ,Io
THE NEW champions defeatedthe
SubPac, 80-71, and Long Beach,
submariners, 75-60, in the 89-54.

first playoff game. Darnell Haney
dropped in 16 markers in that OTHER TEAM in the five-way,

one, and scored 22 in the final double elimination tourney was
:: Coast Guard best of
; fray. Cape May ,
VLI the North Atlantic area.
,. SubPac, representing Western
Pacific area, was defending In Waves competition, favored

champion while Long Beach was Norfolk, paced by All-Navy and

Pacific Coast standard-bearer. All-Everything Maggie Co Z ad,

Atlantic defeated defending champion San
South representative,
.. Diego Naval Training Center,

MARINE SHELL SHAPING UP The Marine Aviation' Detachment at NATTCenter is 42-28, for the, women's crown
currenUr.whipping up a formidable rowing crew to compote in shell races. The team looked well Mainside Squads
in its Initial outing, losing to JU oarsmen aftet.leading most of the way. The Marines are now eyeing Norfolk, South Atlantic repre-
I a possible encounter against the Naval Academy crew. During; a recent practice break are sentative, had, earlier humbled
members of the shell with coxswain: Pete Walker kneeling in front. Others are R. Dundee: R. D. AwailOpening Patuxent River, 43-41, and trip-
Snell George Essmyer: Gene Blocker: William Barker Mike McDonald: H. M. Starke; Victor in
Galan E. ped San Diego, 37-35, over-
J. Christenson, and T. M. Entenia.
Of IM Softball time.

SPRING TENPIN NETMEN SPLIT EVEN Team managers and represen-
tatives gathered at 1000 in

SEASON NEARSThe Building Three Monday to lay The
Spring intramural bowl- plans for upcoming Mainside WATERLINE
Intramural Softball play
I League ,
ing season is due to get under- The Jax Navy tennis team, in an' early season bid for I slated to begin April 1.

way at Mainside alleys next racquet laurels. has split sven in two matches with top. collegiate -
Monday (March 23). I squads. A large turnout of clubs is expected -

Belated start of the spring les netter) stopped Beidler, 6-0,I for this year's race fo r Members of the Navy Jax
In theirinitial
outing on defeated the bunting, with Patrol Squadron .. Club participating at
season has been worth waitingfor 6-2; and Mike Cullinane -
March 10, the tripped JUs
18 as defending titlist. Dora Yacht Club's sixth
as bowlers can take advantage netmen, 8-1. Coach J.C. Karrhof Lcdr. Hume, 6-3, 6-3.
of the new modern- All playing fields aboard the annual regatta last Sunday found
NARTU the winners
ized facilities, which include paced Shaffer-Montana stopped Kar- Station are being prepared for sailing conditions more than in-
with 6-3 6-1 triumph
a over
automatic pinsetters, longer the Dolphins, top seded Tommy, rh-French, 6-4, 7-5; Surloff-Tym the annual onslaught with men: teresting.

alleys, hand dryers, new ball Mkkler. downed Hume-Shaw, 6-4, 6-1, from Special Services trimminggrass Winds ranging from a dead

return system and completelynew I, and Cullinane-Keith Pittman smoothing diamonds, lin- calm to gusts in the high 30-
alleys. CHARLES French, of VF-62, ing baselines, moulding mounds, knot area, with torrents of rain
downed Ronnie Warren, 6-0, and stopped McDaniel-T. M. McGriff,
Another feature of the new and installing new lights on accompanied by cool tempera-
6-0, while Walter Shaw of VF- 7-5, 4-6, 6-3, in doubles play. Field of two three-mile heatsof
service at the Mainside alleysis Enterprise one tures, made the
43 did likewise with JUs Bob fields aboard the base. affair chal-
that a skilled mechanic is lighted the day-long a

on duty at all times.Company Bergeron. Several teams will be hurt by lenge to test the skill of the

Other singles winners for Jax loss of ace hurlers and sluggers, best sailor.

Navy were: Bob Tripp of VW-4, but if past action is any criteria, With boats capsizing all

07 In 6-0, 6-0 winner over Bill Curtis; ..SY league play will not be hurt in around, Lt. Gene ,Guazzo of VW-

I Dale McDaniel, of NATTCenter, the slightest. 4, in "Beta", Navy Jax Rhodes'

6-3, 6-4 victor over Randy De- New faces, as good as those i Bantam No. 572, finished first in
Y rfy: S
Boxing Victory hart, and Earl Jackson, of who have departed, always keep the Bantam class.

Gladiators of Co. 07, managedby NATTCenter, 6-1, 9-7 over the league an everinterestingone. Comdr. Clancy Rich of NATT-

Carlton James, outboxed Sherman Cohn. Center brought home the second-

Charles Pitts Co. 06 to capturethe Jax Navy lost its lone pointin place trophy in "Gamma", while

Marine Aviation Detachment doubles play when Mickler Ltjg) Todd Ritter capped third
Host For
Boxing Trophy last Wednesday and Warren of JU defeated Station place in "Little Dipper", No. 341

night. French and Shaw, 2-6, 7-5 and

State Volleyball
Co. 07's Harold Espinoza start- 64.LCDR. .
HILLIS Hume and Lt.
ed things by beating Jessie Hed-
(jg) Roger Beidler, both of VW- Meet SaturdayNaval
ron, Co. 06. Eddie Long, Co. 07
teamed to Bergeron and
and to 4, stop
Jerry Marshall fought a
draw. Curtis, 6-0, 6-2, while Tripp and Air Station Jacksonvillewill

McDaniel downed Dehart and be the scene Saturday for Harry CaldwelL former hoop-

Jessie Decker won Co. O6's only Eng, 6-0, 6-0. the Florida State AAU Volleyball ster for Andrews AFB, Md,.has

bout of the evening with a TKO The U. of Florida's crack net Tournament. joined the Harlem Globe Trotters -

over Pete Congro of Co. 07. squad thumped Jax Navy, 8-1, Seven teams are due to vie Olympic performer Ra-

The Coral Group of Co. 05 last Saturday at Boone Park. for honors with the tournament mon Rosario-Rodriguel of Ft

and the Drum and Bugle Corps Only Flier man to score was s scheduled to get under way at Benning, Ga., holds the shot put

entertained at intermission. Co. Tripp, who took Dave Whittakerin Building Three at 0900 with the record for Puerto Rico at 48 feet,

07 then came back to win the the final singles match, 6-3, champion to be decided sometime four inches.
around .
final two matches with Steve 3-6 and 6-1. +. ., midnight.The Bob Galloway of Norfolk NS,
Margolia over Eddie Maracco and THE GATORS top-seeded Jim Js Florida State University Va., won the National Amateur
Jack Martin Karrh 7-5, 0-6 Seminoles are the current reigning -
Knowlton beating. Shaffer defeated 'ing-pong championship in 1954.
champions of this annual
French. and 6-3. Shaffer is a former
Florida Champion.In f .Ar marathon classic. Aruthur Buss, who recentlycompleted
March 25 is the date for the Other teams entered into the Army Reserve trainingat

final smoker of the season to other singles, Francisco tournament to date are: Jax Ft. Sheridan, Ill., participatedin
French, 6-3, __ _
start at Hall Build- Montana 1 2030 in
King Navy; Eglin AFB; Jacksonville the first College All-Star'foo -
10-8 Art Surloff tripped Shaw, TOP-RANKED L No. One
ing 563. ;
YMCA; St. Petersburg YMCA; ball game in 1934 at Chicago
6.1,6.2' ; Bill Tym (former Bol- I player of the Jax Nary tennis
Pinecastle AFB, and Daytona when the collegians held'the Chicago -
team is J.C. Karrh of NARTU.
She: "Don't let mother catch Horst Granneman of Spang- YMCA. Bears to a scoreless, tie.'

you hugging and kissing me." dahlem AB,' Germany, and Dick Karrh Navymcn heads entered a group in the of Mast-four ', Playing for the Bears in the game;

He: "But I'm not hugging. and Packer with John Milligan pf ellI Tournament April 1319 at Football de/t-ntyiorw Coach Buss played on' the 'same team""

kissing you." Ramstein Landstuhl AB, Germany a migratory worker; Clipping. with Red Grange, Bronko Nagur1
Boone Park. Tickets for the .
selected for 17-man what players carry in '.-.tfteirpocketi. kL Bill Hewitt 'and George
She: "1 just thought. I'd warn were tourney are, on sale at half .
you in case." CISM soccer squad. price at Special Services. Musso. '


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;}. USAFI Can Enable You ToTake BuPers Seeks I

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Care Of Your FutureHow that COs approving the individual's -

should include -
often do you find yourself looking out a barracks akj school request
window on a cold, rainy day wishing that there were some- with the recommendationa
thing you could do to pass the time away? True enough, thereare statement outlining the man's

many hobbies a sailor may have to occupy his spare time j: .'. ability in his specialty field, his
on days and weekends.But academic, technical and leader-
really, why not spend this
time working on something that personnel. They not only consistof ship potential, and an estimateof
will help you while you're in the the "Three R's" but also many fT the man's general forth as a
service AND after you're dis- other fields of instruction. career petty officer.
charged? USAFI courses range from ele-
mentary education on throughthe ? The best qualified men selected -
THE ,PASTIME to which we :
college sophomore level. for school assignment from
are referring is educational Education u : ;
: is gradually becomingmore While the high school subjects the BuPers selection board will
important not only in may aid an enlisted man in, securing receive orders about five months
civilian life but in military a diploma through takingthe L L' prior to school convening dates.

life as well. And the need for General Education Develop- 'z..F BuPers announced the follow-
ment tests, the college courses r
educated men and women in the
ing schools with quotas, are
are accepted by colleges and uni-
service is great.
versities throughout the nationas open to qualified nonrated per-
Well, how can you go to schoolIn sonnel from the operating forces:
credit leading to a college
the Navy? The United States degree. CITED FOR SAFETY Sevdn Station supervisors were pre- ETV150; FT-70; GS-40; AT,
Armed Forces Institute offers sented with Certificates of Commendation for 10 years withouta
Many subjects deal with technical in AQ GF-300; YN-20; DK-20; BT-
hundreds of correspondence, self- lost-time accident. For outstanding accomplishment pre-
and fields, too such as avia- vention of lost-time accidents with resultant savings in lives and 80; BU-10; CE-5; EM-300; EN-
study classroom
courses especially tion, mechanics, engineering and property, ihe( seven also received pins. Presenting them was 40; IC-100; MM-300; NW-50;
; designed for militaryVA44 electronics.THE Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr., Station commanding officer. First TM-50 RD-300 RM-600 SO-
1 row (I.flto right) are Joseph ReiHf, O&R Dominic Commisso, ; ; ;
Picks coursesis O&R and Captain Parish. Back rows Comdr. L. C. Covell as 200; AE, TD-180; AD, AM, AO,
very small. The sum of five sitant Supply Officer) George Horn Jr., O&R John Onstott Jr., AB, PR-300; ACT, ACW, AG,
(Continued from Page) dollars must be submitted for O&R English Hilton Supply, and Capt. T.B. Haley, O&R Of- AK, PH-200, and HM-100.
was selected for "contributing the first course, but after that ficer.
greatly to effectiveness of squadron you may take as many subjectsas '
readiness through his initia- you like without paying another -I i Nylon To Replace Manila Line?: Brown, GagnonAE
tive and devotion to duty." dime. That's right, books, '
He set an example of professionalism lesson sheets, postage, instructionand Nylon is once again being eyed all ships in the Navy, officials HonormenHonormen
to both officers and enlisted all, for only five dollars. by the sailor, this time as rope. of Aviation Elec-

men while serving as En- For an interesting and worth- After months of testing and state. trician's Mate School, Class A,
listed Personnel' Officer. while pastime, why don't you study by the Navy, nylon fiber Nylon fiber has many advan- 'graduation last Friday at
VA-44s Officer and Enlisted visit the Information and Educa- has been found to be superior to tages over manila rope. Although NATTCenter were James
Man-of-the-Year are selected on tion Office (Building 955) aboard manila fiber in strength and manila line is cheaper, nylon is Brown, AEIAN, and Jay Gag-
a ballot by officers and EM 'of the Station. While you're there, elasticity and BuShips has pro- stronger more durable, not attracted non, AEMAN. -
the squadron. look through the USAFI cata- claimed it "here to stay". to, marine life, easier to Brown set the pace for 10
logue, find the course or coursesyou're
students in the instrument
Although up to the discretionof handle, and can be stored wet
TIDE TABLE interested in taking, and their skippers, destroyers, sub- and takes up less room. phase with an average of
then order first USAFI
your cor-
HIGH LOW 86.52.
marines sub of
and rescue ships
respondence course. However, for a long time to
AM PM AM PM the Atlantic Fleet have been Gagnon finished with an average
Then you'll be on to come, manila line will still be
your way
Fri. 3:52: 4:19 10:12 10:30: authorized to use nylon mooring of 84.64 to head a groupof
li helping yourself get ahead in the used as fenders to protect tugs 34
Sat. 4:49 5:14 11:04 11:24: students in the mechanical -
Sun. 5:42 6:05 11:52 Navy and in civilian life lines. If it "proves its worth", and ships against the hard phase.
later! I nylon rope will extended to knocks of the docks. .

I!' 1 Schedule of Special' Services Activities and Facilities For March 19-251 I I

f MOVIES Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday
NAS. Bldg. 612NATTCenter 1800-2000 18002000Cat 1400-2000 1400-2000 18002000Is. 1800-2000 18002000Kill
I Health Squad Hot Tin Roof Born Reckless First Man In Space of Lost Women Attack 50' Woman the Umpire

Bldg. 563 1900 Only 1900 Only 14001900Cat 1400-1900 1900 Only 1900 Only 1900 Only
7th Voyageof Health on a Hot Born First Man Island of Attack of the
j Sinbad Squad Tin Roof Reckless Into Space Lost Women 50 ft. Woman

Hospital 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only
ElephantWalk 7th Voyageof Health Cat on a Hot Born Firt Man Island of
Sinbad Squad Tin Roof Reckless Into Space Lost Women


Bldg. 3NATTCenter 0815-2100 0815-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100

'1 Bldg. 563 0930-2100 0930-2100 1300-2100 130Q-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100

Hospital 0800-1600 0800-1600 closed 1300-1700 0800-1600 0800-1600 0800-1600

J NAS, Bldg. 955NATTCenier 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100 1400-2100 Closed 1000-2100 1000-2100

1 Bldg. 593
1600-2200 1600-2200 1300-2300 1300-2300 1600-2200 16CO-2200 1600-2200

Blue Jackets Inn .
1630-2330 1300-2400 1300-2400 1300-2330 1630-2330 1630-2330 1630-2330

j EM. NATTCenter ,
1630-2300 1400-2330 1400-2330 1400-2330 1630-2300 1630-2300 .1630-2300

EM, NARTU 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300
1630-2300 1630-2300 1630-2300 1630-2230 Closed Closed Closed


NAS Gym, Open \
0900-2100 0900-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0900-21C0 0900-21CO'" 0900-21CO

NATTCenter Gym Open.
1300-2100 1300-2100 1000-2100 .1300-2100 1300-21CO 1300-21CO 1300-21CO
I HAS Bowling 6ND 6ND 1300-2100 1100-2100 1100-2100 1100-2100 1100-2100

NATTCenter Bowling.... 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-100. 1130-1300 1130-1300
1630-1830 OB 1630-18300B 1300-22000B 1300-2200 OB 1630-1830 OB 1630-1830 OB 1630-1830


1 Golf Course 0830Dark08oo1h 0830Dark08001h 0730Dark08001h 0800-1800, 0830Dark08001h 0830DarkClosed 0830DarkClosed

Fish Camp hr. hr. hr. 0800hr.. hr.
Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown

Hobby Shop Bldg. 898 14CO-2100 1400-2100 0900-2100 1300-2100 Closed Closed 1400-2100

Indoor Swimming Bldg.614 1600-2000 1130-2000 1300-2000 1200-2000; 1130-2000 1130-2000 1130-2000

Marlneland Silver Springs