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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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April 2, 1959


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Rear Admiral Switzer Relieved By ';,:, '.L+>'I:

Rear Admiral Craig In CeremoniesIn ::: ,:.t


t a colorful changeofcommand ding a 13-gun salute, before some Carrier Division Two his flag \
ceremony Tuesday aft- 2190 officers and men and distinguished flying from the USS FDR (CVA- ,
ernoon on the Station parade guests.A 42)) and the USS Intrepid (CVA- ;>,

k grounds, Rear Adm. Kenneth native of Galesburg, Ill., 11)) during the division's partici- I.I.I. "
___ Craig relieved Rear Adm. Admiral Craig graduated from pation in North Atlantic, Carib- f:,

Wendell G. Switzer as Com- Annapolis in 1926. lIe first saw bean and Mediterranean opera r

mander Fleet Air Jacksonvilleand duty as junior Division Officer tions. .... .... .
Commander Naval Air aboard the USS' Arizona, and in Before being named Deputy i .
Bases, Sixth Naval District. 1930, after completing flight Chief of Naval Personnel and i

ADMIRAL Craig I reporting training at NAS Pensacola, he Assistant Chief of BuPers in .
here from command of Carrier served as pilot of an observationunit Adm. Craig served as I' .

,.m.....;.--... ""'.' ... .,... Division Two, and Admiral aboard the USS Nevada. er of the Alaskan Sea 1)t.1 t";.'' -
REAR ADM. SWITZER Switzer, retiring after ,42 years, SINCE January 1958, Adm. and Commandant of >-:'" REAR ADM. CRAIG New '
I Retired in ceremonies Tuesday.A44 were accorded full honors, inclu- Craig has served as Commander (Please turn to Page 8, Col. ) Com ander Fleet Jacksonville. I

V LikeGuardian

New OutfitA To .J1l x 1I4R&nU1SVol.

quiet but significant meta-
morphosis is taking place under
the watchful of Attack
eye 17. No. 1 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 2 April 1959
Squadron 44 in its role at At-
tack Training Squadron of Air

Group VF-81 Four, based at NAS Oceana, Health Drive

Va., returned from a tour aboard
the USS Intrepid last Septemberto
learn that the outfit has been ;

assigned an entirely new mission, ; ; Goal
that of jet attack. Passes '

Before this redesignation of

VF-81, the "Hornets" of VA-44
had trained only individual replacement The National Health Agencies fund raising drive con..
pilots and mainte- ducted by Navy units in the Jacksonville area has gone over
the top for the second straight year.
nance personnel, never an entire
squadron complement.To Figures released Tuesday indicate the year's first fed-
&..j'v eral service fund raising campaign reached 101.4% with reports -
date, VA-44 has transi- from all units not yet complete. The drive opened February -
tioned seven VF-81 pilots including l. 18 and officially closed March 19, but contributions; are

its present commanding ,46n %'k arriving daily. from scattered units.
officer Comdr. L. Heyworth, andis j ; MILITARY and civilian personnel -
in the process of training nine from 10 Navy commandsin commands exceeded their mone-
tary coals. Fleet Air Wing Eleven -
others, including prospective the area contributed iaB32.60, '
led the with 14.6.2"0
skipper, Comdr. James Stacy. which exceeds the goal of $13,340( pack
contributions, followed by NAS
Ltjg j ) Carl Jensen, a VA-44 : : set aside for the Health groups. Jax with 144.4%; NAS Cecil .I

attack instructor, has been detached Results of the Joint Crusade, Field, 129.4%; NAAS Mayport,

with orders to the new y ...... ______ ...!..__......... ..n__ __n..m...... n' _____.m___ held concurrently with the Na- 129.3and Naval Hospital,
special weapons squadron.No WINS OBSERVER'S WINGS Lt (jg) Elton Himes, (right) tional Health campaign, will not 127.6%.
,has become first designated Naval Aviation Observer (Navigator be known sometime, since
less vital for performanceof ) in Patrol Squadron 5. Among qualifications for this desig- for NARTU reached 93% of its
VF-81's new mission, is the nation a navigator must complete at least 200 hours of actual Crusade donations have been goal, NATTCenter hit 81.8%,
maintenance training in the A4D navigation a correspondence course in Air Navigation and dispatched in sealed envelopesto while Fleet Air Jacksonville
ASW tactics and procedures.Lt .
that 60 enlisted men of that out- squadron(jg) Himes training is shown syllabus receiving on Observer's Wings from Comdr. national headquarters. Goal registered 60.9%. As of Tuesdaythe

fit have completed at VA-44's Arthur C. Cason, commanding officer of VP-S. for the Joint Crusade, whose Resident Industrial Manager,
Maintenance Department.At Navy-Marine Corps Reserve
three international agencies include -

A4D-2s present and expects, VF-81 delivery has ten of Whites Now Mandatory For Fredom CARE, and, Inc.American..KoreanFoundation Crusade for Training had Center not and filed Navy reports.Recruiting -

four more Skyhawks. Agencies included in the 1959

Members of VA-44, because of Enlisted Men Aboard StationSailor was $5,020. National Health Agencies campaign -
LATEST figures show that five were American Cancer
associations formed, are taking
special interest in activities of cast off those hot and heavy blues you have been I Society, Arthritis-Rheumatism

this new attack squadron wearing for_ the last five months. ,. for it's White. Alfa time Center To Be foundation, Muscular Dystrophy
Association of America, National
aboard NAS Jax.
its most impressive pupil.
For the next seven months only in immediate working areas. Society for Crippled Childrenand

whites will be the uniform for AVIATION Winter Working Inspected By Adults, United Cerebral Pal-

JaxBasedVA104 all enlisted personnel (other uniform may continue to be sy Association, and National Society -

than chiefs) at work and on worn, except on social and for- NATT ChiefRear for Prevention of Blindness.Many .
There is no optional i *
IsDeactivated liberty. mal occasions, until April 30 by Admiral Fitzhugh Lee,
period this year, the change in Bills Slated
Chief of Naval Air Technical
duty at aviation
uniform is mandatory until Oct- personnel on
I Training, and members of his
ober 31.ENGAGED. (Please turn io Page 8, Col. 1)) staff are due to arrive Monday For 'Hill' ActionMost
in work making it I
After seven years I in the morning to hold NATTCenter's major legislation in Con-
Jacksonville area, Attack Squadron impractical to wear the uniformof annual Administrative Material affecting military person-
the day? Don't worry, dun- gress
104 was decommissioned inspection. nel is expected to be acted uponin
Monday morning in a brief garees, with blue working cap Monday will be devoted to this session.
ceremony at NAS Jax. !or white hat, continue as labor administrative inspection, while
apparel aboard the Station. personnel inspection and regi- Extension of Selective Servicehas
Officers and of the squadron -
men while
both Houses
For chiefs and officers service mental review will start at 0900 passed
will be absorbed by VA-44,
Bill and Reserve
dress khaki, with garrison cap, Tuesday, with Capt. Charles L. the "Hump"
home-based at NAS Jax, and Incentive Bill have
remain the vogue except for Moore, Jr., commanding'officer
various other East Coast units. House.
cleared the lower
formal occasions where service of the Center, accompanying

VA-104 was one of four CVG10 dress white is now the style. ,Adm. Lee. Changes in the Contingency

squadrons which recently returned Where the situation demand, Those heading personnel and Option Act are expected to be
from an eight-month khaki working uniforms for barracks inspections are AdmiralLee ready for submission to Congressoon.
deployment in the Mediterraneanarea. chiefs and officers continue to Capt. Burdette Close, Chiefof There are two bills on the
While there she was cited be worn throughout the year. Staff; Capt. Paul Vaughan, Hill" aimed at revising the
by Commander Carrier Division Medical Corps; Capt. Reimers Military Code of Justice.Ed. .
I This uniform may be worn from
Koepke, Dental Corps; Capt.
Four for outstanding performanceof sunrise to 1800 while on a mili- ( Note: For further infor-
Frederick Dally; Lt. Col. Paul
duty. :
tary reservation, or while in Pankhurst, U. S. Marine Corps; mation on "Hump", see page 5.)
Attack Squadron 176, presently vehicles traveling to and from Cmdr. Henry Staley; Comdr.

an NAS Jax squadron, and home or between military instal- ._. _.......- ,Nathan Lincoln; Comdr. Louis The two-day inspection of the

also flying the A4D, will take lations in the local area. After I HERE MONDAY Rear Burnett and Comdr. Sidney Center will be concluded Tues-
Adm. Fitzhugh Led Chief of I
"104's position with CVG-10. 1800 this uniform may be worn Naval Air Technical Training. Engelhardt. day afternoon with a critique.

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Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS 2 April 1959

f Lcdr. Lindsay


Retires After

> .JackaonviU*
Capt. Elliott W. Parish. Jr. ............. __ Commanding Officer
Capt. Crayitoa H. ...... .............?..........-...- Executive Officer Long ServiceThirty
NAB Six Mt. Air JacksonrUU
Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig .................................................................................. Commander'
Capt. George R. Luker -,__.,...__............. ..._......... Chief of Staff Fairfax years Naval service in-
Capt. Macpherson Williams ......._...............................?...,..?.._ Chief of Staff. NAB Six cluding one-and-one-half years as
Tint Ai* Wing drr.n
Capt. Donald E. Macintosh __............................................. ................... Commander Discipline and Shore Patrol Of-
Capt. Charles L. Lambing ................................... ............-..?.........?...... Chief Staff Officer concluded ?,
ficer at NAS Jax
Naval All Technical Training Center was
Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr. ...._._....._.............._.._............... Commanding Officer Lcdrl: Charles Lindsay
Comdr. Wilfred E. Fleshman ............................................................... Executive Officer Tuesday by P. '
,Naval Hospital as he was "piped over the
Capt. Alton C. Aternethy ................................................ ........... .... Commanding Officer ,,.
Capt. John G. Feder __._................................ .............._?........................ Executive Officer side.
NAHTO ceremonies fol- 1M
Capt. Norman Anderson ................................ ..... .. ............... .. Commanding Officer The morning
Comdr. William E. Hardy .................. ............... ..... ............_?......... Executive Officer lowed Lcdr. Lindsay's final inspection r

Printed commercially with non-appropUted funds in Jacksonville, Florida at change of command bws
at no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVEXOS P3 ceremonies Thursday at Shore
Rev. July 1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnelof
Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station. Naval Air Technical Training Patrol Headquarters on East
Center, Fleet Air Wing 11 Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. State street. _
Naval Hospital.Service .
Information Officer.............. ...................? Comdr. Frank .J. mil ASSUMING responsibilities as \t ;.
Assistant Service Information Officer ................... Andrew H. Planey
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters-Bill Weekes, J03: Alba Paterson; head of the 75-man SP unit is
Ron Davis, AN; Gene Hagvi, JOSA. Staff Photographer-Joseph O'Brien. PH3
The Jax Air t News is a member of tie Armed Forces Press Service.: Comdr H. H. Taylor, who re-
Material appearing in this publication can reprinted providing credit is ported aboard NAS Jax from
given. Photographs, unless otherwise credited: are official U. S. Navy Photo-
graphs.Editorial Patuxent River, Md., where he
offlws located In Room 230, Mata Administration Bufldlng. Phone
extensions 816{. &6. m or Sill I was commanding officer of VW2.

Lcdr. Lindsay has served as

Supply Personality officer-in-charge of Discipline and

'.{ :.)X: Shore Patrol since July 1957. He :, ? __

Award GarneredBy reported for duty here followinga
FINAL INSPECTION Lcdr. Charles Lindsay, officer-in-
two-year tour as Aircraft Main charge of Discipline and Shore Patrol, makes his final Inspec-

Chief Davison ., : tenance officer at NAS Glynco, tion at Shore Patrol change-of-command ceremonies last Thurs.
Brunswick, Ga. day. Lcdr. Lindsay retired Tuesday. The inspection, involvingsome
r \: y 75 Navy and Marine SPs, was held at Patrol headquartersin
Congratulations to Norman :':. ;.(+ Formally an enlisted "white- downtown Jax. Comdr. H.H. Taylor, new officer-in-charge
Davison, AKC, who has been hat," Lcdr. Lindsay's Naval accompanied Lcdr. Lindsay in the inspection.

chosen "Supply Personality of career began as a seaman ap-

the Month" for April by the prentice in February, 1929. He

NAS Jax Supply Department. was designated an aviation machinists

Davison, assigned to Fleet mate, and made chief in

Liaison Unit of Control Division, \jij ,1940. .............. ",""""""' .. "'''''. -..
was selected for the honor in I THREE YEARS later, he was Fasron Six -

recognition of outstanding per- commissioned Ensign, and servedas An administrative department nis Kolpin, PHAAN; Billy John

formance of duties. ...v. I Aviation Maintenance Officerat I party was recently held at Charlie's son, AN; Wayne McBroom, ADJ-
His thoroughness and sincere Restaurant in Park. 3; Donald Ellsworth, SN; Loomis
Fleet Air Wing Six Seattle Orange
... .... .
devotion to duty, together withan r--:;:>:>/<<:-I : Wash. 'Dinner and refreshments were Gordon, AMH3; Walton Fincher,

outstanding knowledge of the SUPPLY onallty-of. HM2, and Whitley Ward, AEMAN.
Ihe-monlh for April is Norman As a Lieutenant, he served as enjoyed by all who attended.
Naval Aviation Supply System, Davison AKC. Field Maintenance Representatives Officers recently checking into I Being transferred to new duty

have been a significant contribu- at Bureau of Aeronautics, the squadron are: Lt (jg) S. C. stations, or released from active

tion to the outstanding effectiveness P'V'IJl' and Aircraft Assignments Officerat Boggess and Lcdr. William duty were Edward Parrish-AD2.

of the Fleet Liaison Unit in Com Air Lant. Vaughn from VAP-62, and Lt John Bcwden Jr., PN1, and James.

Improved service to the Fleet \C He was jet maintenance officer (j jg) John Short from Airasron 32. Tagye, PHA3.
and in reducing the overall
per- at Combat Information Center Transferred to the Basic Training -
centage of grounded (AOCP) VW-4
Command at NAS Pensacolawas ,
School at Glenview Ill. before
aircraft. This is the time of when$
reporting at NAS Glynco. Lt (jg) Stephen Tobey. year
Davison, native of Lakewood,: Sunday, April 5 Enlisted men received were the "Hurricane Hunters" play'host }

N. J., first enlisted in the NavyIn 0930-Sunday School, three- Serving as side boys during re- Donald Holcomb, SK2; Jerry to hundreds of boys and}

September 1937, and reportedto year-olds Bldg. tirement ceremonies Tuesdaywere Smith, AA; Glenn Smith, AK2; girls. These young people come '

NAS Jax in February 1957. 722; Service of Dine Worship, Comdr. Lewis Kellerman, Ralph Jones, PHI; Douglas Platt, from Scout troops, school classes,

Throughout his career, he has Chaplain Beatty. Service Information Officer; AEIAA; John Still, ADAN; Den- camp and church groups.
Lcdr. C. B. Clayton, assistant Discipline
been recognized by his superiorsas 1100-Service of Divine Wor- During March, over 350 child
and Shore Patrol officer a
outstanding, a credit to the ship, Chaplains Prickett and Ale- ; ren visited the squadron area and
Bank Sets New
Lcdr. William Murphy Special
Naval Service.
xander. a tour of the "Super Con
Services Officer Lt. Sydnor Fos-
This month's Supply Person- 1830 Teen-age Fellowship, ter Jr., assistant; CommunicationsOfficer Friday HoursNew nies," Along this same line of

ality has received the United Small Chapel; Senior-Hi Fellow- PIO work, the squadron sent five
Lt (jg) George Cagle, hours
:, Friday are now
Nations Service, Korean Service, ship, Bldg. 722. speakers to various places in the
assistant Military Personnel Officer in effect at the Station's Bank-
Theater, American De- city and county.
1930 United Fellowship of and Lt (jg) C. K. Callam, ing Facility in Building 39.
fense, World War II Victory, Protestants Bldg. 722. These speakers presented the
assistant Military Personnel Of The bank will open one hour
National Defense Service, and squadron's primary mission ''of
Good Conduct (Fifth Award) ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL ficer. earlier ((1000) but close one- Hurricane Reconnaissance and
half hour earlier ((1630)) than
medals, and the Korean Presi- Sunday April 5 Early Warning to these groups.
Marine Wives Plan Meet previous.
dential Unit
Citation. Checking into the this
0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass. squadron
Business hours
Marine Wives will install Mondays
Corps -
week was Lcdr. T. N. Thompson.Lcdr. .
ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL i new officers at a meetingto through Thursdays will remain .
Thompson transferredhere
Civil Service Job was
the 1000 to 1500.
be held in the Chaplain's
Sunday April 5 from "Little America," An-
Office King Hall, Building 563 The bank also announces
Vacancies ListedA 0630-Sunday Mass.0930Protestant tarctica.
; I that savings accounts will now
at 1930, Monday, April 6. Officers
Divine Ser- leaving are: Lcdr.
vacancy has been announcedfor be accepted.
All' Marine wives invited. Chandler Von
a civilian mechanical engi- vice. are Schrader Lcdr.

neer (ordnance) GS-12 at Naval Wilfred Barkley, Lt. Ed Nun-
nally, Lt. Don Brouillard, Lt (jg)
Proving Ground Dahlgren Va.
Applications will be accepted I SILENCE NOT GOLDENA I Jim Gray, Ltjg( ) Andy Wilkinson,

from career or career-conditional Lt (jg) John Reilly and Lt (jg)

Roger Dies.Releas'ed.
employees the Navy. Standard word is dead when it is said, silence by compiling news, whichin views. It is the golden silenceof to inactive duty were

form 57 must be sent to the some say, most cases comes, via a news you, our reader, that we want Lt (jg Bill Clark, Lt (jg) Fred

Commander, Naval Proving I say it just begins to live that source the tipster. From him a broken. We want you to go off Sickler and Lt (jg )Eugene Lang.

Ground. day. reporter is able to utilize the the "gold standard" of silence Enlisted personnel leaving are:

Applicants must meet qualifi- Emily Dickenson break in the sound barrier of silence and emerge "silvertongued"orators J. C. Btoadhead, AE3; S. E.

cation standards set up in CS It has been said silence is and follow up his "lead", of the pen. Brown, AD2, and W. J. Joyner,

Handbook X118.A 'golden. Why it should be madeof the embryo of almost every news Though we have not heard AC1.
also exists at the and feature story.HOWEVER .
vacancy gold rather than any other much from you, we don't feel
same command for chemical IN addition to the
a type metal is a of no par-
query you have been apathetic about
engineer, GS-12. ticular importance. However, to tipster, the newspaper utilizes your station paper. We know MDBS Payment Due
the world silence is another voice-that of its read- Mutual Death Benefit Society
newspaper that to hear the echo one must
She: "You can take me to the anything but golden.To ers. Just as surely as a news- voice the yell. members are reminded that Assessment -

dance tonight, unless you meet paper exists, so do its readers. No. 112 is now due.

someone more attractive in the the news trade, golden silence From them, the newspaper can SO WHILE we are emptying our Payment must be made by closeof

meantime." is weightless, valueless and acquire feature material, can feel lungs we hope you, our reader business April 14.

\ He: "Fine. That's sporting of contributes no more durabilityand the pulse of the public on con- will bounce back with some con- Checks should be made pay-

you We'll leave it like that then, resiliance in strengtheningthe troversial subjects and receivean structive and perhaps progres- able to: Employees' Mutual

shall_ we?" art of news coverage than a evaluation on how it is ac-. sive contributions, opinions or Death Benefit Society.
pot of molten steel does to pro-
cepted.ON for which
your paper you Members are also being noti-
Most people have no respect mote hardness of a copper penny. THE Jax Air News we may think would be to the gen- fied that no assessment will be

for age unless iff bottled. THE NEWSPAPER combats {eel the reader should voice his eral interest. levied for death No. 115.


2 April 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

:', Officer Extra Corps Reserves Either

Dollars SeenGoingThrough

To Go Regular Or 'Out'

Enlisted Leatherneck reservists on active duty for training and
Responsibility for
pay some
Naval officers is viewed as going administering of Marine Reserves are going to have to "eo Regular"or

into effect next year, accordingto be released from active duty at the end of their current tours,

an Armed Services Committee as reported In Navy Times. Under the new plan, all restricted -,

spokesman.' The new order will allow those assignments in the Re-

The special would integrated into the regulars to
pay go will be completed
be sent everywhere, and will serve program
officers in
grades 0-3 through 0-6 Headquarters
within three years, a
and would range from $50 ,to open up reserve-training spokesman said.
$150 a month. regular enlisteds.

The THE CHANGE will open 182
Military Pay Act of 1958
provides that officers holding assignments staff non-commissioned officer EveCourtois/ //
slots in the reserve program to
of "extraordinary re- It AE (A) Honormen
sponsibility" may be given the general assignment personnel.

extra dough.At .will also put those Reservists'who Honormen for last week's

integrate on regular rotation NATTCenter Aviation Electrician's -
the same time, reports the
lists. Mate School, Class A,
Army-Navy-Air Force .
Register '
$ti Y.
the Pentagon has announced In all, about 2600 enlisted active graduation were Lawrence
duty reservists will get the Elwell AEIAN and Joseph
names of a hand-picked committee {t7..4 .pc ,
charged with studying the chance to go into the regularsby Courtois, AEMAN.
the deadline of June 30. Courtois was tops in mechanical -
responsibility pay problem.The .
law Selection boards will determine phase with a final
paymentsto '" whether staff non-coms' be average of 80.64. He is being
be made to 10 percent of offi- ROCKSOME FIVESOME Here are the Nava'deaw as
cers in grades 0-4, 0-5 and 0-6 they bounce through ,"I Wanna Rock" and "I'm So Happy" to integrated in grade, but E-4s and transferred to the 1st Naval
and five to take second place In the Amateur Talent Show at the Blue below will be integrated in grade District.
those in
percent 0-3.
jackets Inn recently. The peppy vocal quintet is composed of, upon request. Elwell headed a group of 12
There would be $150 a month left to right Ellen McKinney, SA, Robert Barrera, AN, Sammy in instrument phase with a
extra for 0-6s, $100 for 0-5s and Dikei A/B (Air Force), Melvin Richard, AN, and Robert Mur- RANK REDUCTIONS carriedout final average of 83.25., He will
$50 for the two lower grades. phy, SN. before some Reservists came NAS
active will resume his duties at
on duty assignments
The committee mulling over Field Milton, Fla.
Whiting ,
be restored before integration.Staff .
responsibility pay will advise the
Defense 'Blue'TrumpetEarns non-coms will have their ---
Department whether or
reductions restored before board
not to use the plan. Congress Marine consideration. Luncheon Special
expects it to go through okay.
Integrated personnel will be

Talent Victory. reassigned on the same scheduleas Being Offered At

: DIAPER regulars holding the same

The beat of "pop" and "rock" jobs. Civilian CafeteriaTo
Staff non-corns who do not integrate -
I1l (JS : tunes jumped and hopped will be permittted to get acquainted with regular

through the crowded ballroomof continue on their current agree- customers and the public at

Welcome to 20 new arrivals at the Blue Jackets Inn Wednes- ment until released, then classi- large, Harlan Mullins, new man-

the Naval Hospital last week. day night last week as four con- fied as involuntary releases. ager of the Civilian Cafeteria
BOYS aboard' the Station will offer a
testant competed for first ,
groups E-4s and below not' integratedby
Danny Bruce, to Robert Sam- 'luncheon special next Thursday,
prize, in the. Inn's, first Amateur June 30 will be released,upon
mon, SFM2, and Mrs. SammonsJohn ; Talent Show of the year. completion of tours as voluntary April:,
Steven, to Robert Baub- To become a regular featureat
litz, AD3, and Mrs. Baublitz; Trumpeting himself to 30 dol- i C: releases. the cafeteria and its branches,
lars in cash and an opportunityto HEADQUARTERS indicates Special" next
David Roland, to Roland Salvail, the "Manager's
audition for an appearance on i that those who integrate and will be turkey dinner
AT2, and Mrs. Salvail, and i week a
Steven Wayne, to George Brown, the Glenn Reeves TV Show was have'already completed a nor- with all the trimmings for 65
Pfc. Rocky Quatracci of the mal tour will come up for reassignment -
AE1, and Mrs. Brown, all born cents, tax f
March 3. Marine Barracks, who blew to :. as soon as possible, Transferred here from North

Born March 15 was William the top spot with renditions of '' 4 A} : in most cases receiving at least Carolina, Mullins has made plans

Richard, Jr., to William Lenz, ""Oh Mein Papa" and "St. Louis four months'.notice before ordersare for alterations which will speedup

AG3, and Mrs. Lenz. March 16 Blues". 1 I issued. service -at the noon hour.

births were Frank Lester to Runner-up bracket and 20 dollars Those with an incompleted The Civilian Cafeteria, which

Robert Hamlin, SFC, and Mrs. was earned by the Nava'- tour will remain in their cur- also provides the Supply cafe-
Robert John rent assignments and then reas- teria and a traveling meal truck,
Hamlin, and to dears, a vocal quintet, who sang
Paul Seynore, DCl, and Mrs. "I Wanna Rock" and "I'm So v+s.A Y. signed as any regular. employs -19 persons.
m """""' '''' '
Seynore. Happy", while Sofia Sayotovich, "BLUES" St. Louis version This move parallels a similar April 9 Special

Also, Michael Scott, to Samuel Wave AC2, lilted "All of Me" one of the songs which directive for Navy Reserves train- Roast Turkey

Hallmark, AN, and Mrs. Hall- and "The Yodel" to capture Pfc. Rocky Quatracci trumpetedon ing and administering ground Stuffing and Giblet Gravy

mark, and Eric, to Ervin Roelke, third position and 10 dollars. Amateur his way! Talent to first Show place at in the they( reserve units, except that the Butter Peas
AB1, and Mrs. Roelke, born BlueJacket Inn recently. Qua- Marine plan covers both air and Mashed or
Only other contestant
March 17. tracci: also played "Oh Mein ground units. Both services are Sauce
guitar-soloist H. H. Wilcox, win 30 'dollars and a TAR Beverage
And, Darrell Lyndon, to Frank Papa" to keeping officers.
AD2, of VP-5. TV audition.
Small, BM3, and Mrs. Small;

Curtis James, to Al/c and Mrs.

Jimmie Randolph, and Don Paul Uniform Changes For

III, to Sgt. and Mrs. Don Miller, :4

Jr., born March 18.GIRLS.
Navy Marines Listed

Carrie Michaelle, to Ensign and

Mrs. Charles Carpenter, and Chief petty officers in pay grades E-7, 8 amj 9 are re- _

Melissa Gwen, to Marion Gray, quired to wear the new collar insignias by July 1, according

FN, and Mrs. Gray, both born i to a ruling by Chief of Naval Personnel. '
March 13. Also, Marcia Lee, to MARINE Corps Headquartershas ing, blue working, tropical white

Elkton Gerhard, AMH3, and Mrs. authorized sergeants major and white long, and tropical

Gerhard, and Robie Rena, to (E-9) to wear the newly adopted khaki and khaki long uniforms.

A2/c and Mrs. Perman Glenn, rank insignia, a chevron with
MARINE Headquarters has also
born March 14. four rockers and a star, and
that black combat shoes
Born March 16: Margaret Le- specified ,that other Marines must specified
and black service shoes are to be
ona, to Nathan Acres, USN/Ret., wait until they are promotedfrom
and Mrs. Acres, and Vicki Rox- "acting" status to the next regulation for the Corps.

anne, to Clarence Miller, AE22, pay grade under the revised rank The Permanent Naval Uniform

and Mrs. Miller. structure before they adopt the I. Board, due to meet this week,

Also, Mary Catherine, to S/ new chevrons. will consider putting zippers on
Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Brady, dinner dress blue jackets to allow -
CPO'collar devices, to be worn
tails to be added, convertingthe
March 17 and Paula Annette, to
one on each collar point, will be uniform into full evening
SD3 and Mrs.
Junior Woody, ,
available through Navy
dress.A .
born March 18.
changes and sources,

According to observations at but will not bed carried in Cloth- candy firm in Stockholm,

Marineland Fla., 'porpoises can ing and Small Stores. Sweden, advertised lollipops as CAFETERIA SPECIAL Harlan Mullins, (left) new man-
the steady ager of the Civilian Cafeteria, carves baked ham a feature-of-
They take The CPO collar devices must a beauty aid, claiming
sleep on the move. the-day, while WJH. Harden Jr., (center) of the Food Services:
only, short naps while swimming be worn with the following uni- mouth muscle exercise involvedin Board of NAS Jax and Gordon King Board chairman look on
and rise to breathe usually two forms: service dress khaki,\avia- consuming them would pro- approvingly. The Civilian Cafeteria, in Building Two next week

or three times a minute. tion winter working, khaki work- duce "full lips." begins "Manager's Special" luncheons at reduced prices.


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'Like You Large CladsWelcomed


We Thrive AtAGO .


On Fools'"Fool ;* Ground Officers

School convened Monday with
said my muse to me, 88 ensigns enrolled for eight
"look into your heart and write.. I c weeks' of instruction in all
So orders Sir Philip Sydney, .kj < yr d phases of aviation.
and so take I pen in hand and J 1 Upon graduation the students

why not, to honor yesterday; r' will attend advanced schools or
April 1, my day of *
recognition. resume duty at Fleet or shore

Why one day of the year was ya z based aviation units.
picked to ?
emphasize my presence Class members are: Ensigns
is a mystery to me, for I knowno 1.; :. g Adolph Barsanti, Thomas Behr-
season or any one month of $,',I {* man, Andrew Brooks Jr., Anthony

the year. To think otherwise is Brooks, Raymond Burmester,

foolish, is it not? '" { Michael Cero, Roger Clark, Lo-

YES, I AM A. Fool one of the well Colbus, Harry Conner, Rich-

most talked about myths of any ard Crump, Robert Dahlke, Roy

age. People have talked behind L Davis and J. B. Defrancesco.

my back forever. At times, I : Also, W. D. Derryberry, A.

have had top billing in the great- Dominick, Malcolm Douglas,

est of literature, the deepest of John Dower, Paul Englund, P. P.

politics, the all of history and in ... .. ., :.. X.t Ferriucci, Sam Fisher, Brian
every day life. Gallagher, C. J. Gallagher, Eaton
People have "O, GLORIOUS MORN" Speaking on the subject "God
shaded Gibson J. P. Gorzelanski Paul
my com- ,
and Man" at Easier Sunrise Services at the Station
I plexion by calling me various af. stadium Sunday is' Comdr. Frank Morton, Senior Protestant TIDE TABLE Grady, Wayne Grainger, Donald
fectionate names. I have been Chaplain at NATTCenter. The Easter rites, greeting the! dawnat HIGH LOW Grettum, Lawrence Hall. and
called dolt, dope, dumb, dupe; 0600, were attended by some 370 civilian and military person AM PM AM PM James Haugh.
nel. Also featured musical numbers the Jax Band
simp, sap, silly, stupe; butt, boob, were by Navy Fri. 4:23: 4:52: 10:42: 11.02 And David
and All Saints' Chapel Choir. Hayes,
bungler, buffoon Sat. 5:18 5:44 11:30 11:52
; greenhorn, galoot : : :
Holahan, Edward Hoppin, Eric
gullible, goon jester Sun. 6:07: 6:30: 12:13: -
; joker,
Petter Jensen, Walter
jolthead ing, wanting, jerk;and wishing work., wonder. Spotlight On Cape Canaveral I Kasten, John Kelly, William

Knick, L. ,I Kotschenreuther, Ed-
Oh there are countless! other Contract Let For wain Krauss, James Lane, Doug-

monickers they have bestowed Recalls Its Spanish HistoryAs las Leale, John Lennon, Morris

upon me, so to be honored with Mass ProductionOf Link, Gary Lloyd, Alan Lord,

one day, I cannot see. the chief U.S. proving ground for rockets and missiles, David Manuel Jr., Elston Mayhewand

MY CHARACTER has been Cape Canaveral is causing a major boom along the central New Navy JetThe Donald McComb.

written by many a man for area of Florida's east coast. Yet only a few years ago it was Also, Thomas McGreevey, L0rin -

man to see. Great men of manya our merely a place name on a map-a flat, quiet triangle of Navy has approved a first; Meeder, Richard Mericle,

time have denuded my soul to sand and palmettos. appears, on the earliest Spanish production contract for the F4H1 Charles Miller, Hack Miller,

read. Some say I "rush where Despite its obscurity, the cape maps of Florida. It was probably a new all-weather fighter. Clarence Morris, Robert Need-

angels fear to tread." A rte. in 1513 when son, Daniel Petruzella, John Pre-
Compliment ; first sighted Bonce The contract, totaling $61.8
? I cannot say. I will hold de Leon claimed the vost, Travis Reed, Stephen
With TheToastmosters area as a million, was awarded to the Mc-
Rhoades Richard
my tongue and maybe you will Spanish colony, calling the cape ,
think me a Donnell Aircraft Corp., St. Louis, Thomas Robinson, Alfred Rode,
sage. itself Cape of Currents.IT
Mo.,. winner of the design competition James Runyon, Richard Sargeant,
I have been said to mock at APPEARS on the earliest for the fighter. Dale Schaefer and Thomas Schneider -

sin, not to believe in God and Navy Civilian Toastmasters maps, however, as Canaveral, .
that every inch that isn't is The new carrier-based air-
me gave a rousing ovation at their meaning a name And, Thomas Schwartz, Gordon
a rogue. I shall not be indignant Tuesday evening meeting to which may have been given it" craft,, designed to fly at "betterthan Smith, Gregory Snow, Harold
toward these maledictions since E. K. McIlrath who the by another Spanish explorer, "
captured twice the speed of sound, Staff, William Stoner, Thomas
j A."no Fool.I creature. smarts so little as" first place trophy in the Area Pedro Menendez de Aviles. is the Navy's first supersonic, Straus, James Swartwood, Roland

HAVE been Eight Speakoff held last Satur- Ife mentioned the cape in two seat, all-weather fighter.It Sweet Jr., John Tracey, Frank
by 1573-74 reporting to Philip II Vanstralen Jeffery Vowels Ran-
many great sages to have beenof day.McIlrath is powered by two J-79 .
various ages. I have been was the'first Civilian that two ships had sunk in an turbojets. The plane is scheduledto I dall Waldron, Silas Wallace Jr.,

ned as a young man with enough pen- Toastmaster to win the contest. offshore storm and most of their replace the F3H Demon and Oliver Walley, Mark Warner,

brains to be myself, as an old Speeches by Aubrey "Silvey, crewmen had been murdered by F4D Skyray, now in the fleet. Charles Watson, Donald Werner,
Ezra Batte and David Moomaw Indians. George Whyte Jr., Keith Wilde,
man who will not laugh. I have Armament on the F4H-1 will
highlighted Tuesday's training O. -J. Williams, Robin Wise Jr.,
been told "white hairs ill become"me. Canaveral figured again i in be the Sparrow III, an air-to-air
covered the and Alphonse Wunsch.
One believes I really get to program. Silvey Mendenez's efforts to drive the guided missile partially recessed
work of Albert Schweitzer Dr.
know myself at age 30, while French out of Florida. Storms Into the fuselage for supersonic
Tom Dooley and Dr. Larry Mel- Experts a Marineland, Fla.,
another says if I am what I am blew the French fleet from St. flight, the Navy said.
lon in their efforts with "Medico"Medical have revealed that the stargazer,
at 40 I am what I am indeed. Augustine toward the cape, andit
( International Cooperation an electric fish, discharges a
Shakespeare quilled he would was near that that the Span Beside street excavations in a
); Batte brought to light our series of impulses whenever it
rather have me make him iard accepted the surrender of
than merry reluctance to change in his Texas towns "When you gottagrow engulfs small fishes that are its
experience make him sad. the shipwrecked survivors.
Another "Greatest .Barrier to Human you gotta grow!" prey..
cries out to shun me THE CAPE figured in the -- --
Progress-Human Tendency to
'since l'knoW'
not, and knownot
Resist Change", while Moomaw Civil War as marking the bound-
know not.I .
between the Union South
delivered his Icebreaker. ary :r,
have also been tagged Don Atlantic blocking fleet and its
Juan. I have been termed up to Toastmaster East gulf blocking squadron.
snuff if I have loved for the eveningwas
vainly more
During WW II it was a favorite
than once, that it takes a real Junior spot for German submarines

clever woman to manage me, and Teske, with because of its Jonely wastes and
that it was I who invented kiss- Andy Planeyas deep offshore waters.
master evaluator -
Ironically, now that Canaveral
.. Individual -
.ONE HAS depicted me as "a holds the national spotlight and

patriot in every age." That it is critics were is bringing new prosperity to the

my "privilege to laugh at men Lawton Green, surrounding area, people who

of sense," that I am at my great- E. K. McIlrath a.' never before wanted to go there

est as a man, that my dullness is I and Les Comee. v now find that they can't. The

"the whetstone of wits," that my The club will install its new cape is, of course, closed to the
laughter is "as the crackling of slate of officers April 14, with public.
thorns under wives invited to attend. New
a pot, that I am
more knave than myself, that I officers include Andy Planey, Joe: "Why is a date on a
have more hope than "a man President; Ken Scales, Educa-' moonlight night like the third ))f

wise in his own conceit" and that tional Vice President; E. K. degree?" )

"one draught above heat makes"me McIlrath, Administrative Vice Moe: "Because? it makes a man
what I am. President; Junior Teske, Secre-
want to say things he knows heis
So here is my biography,.published tary; Walt Stanul, Treasurer, going to regret."
a day after my yearly an- and Ezra Batte, SergeantatArms. .

niversary, Yet, I cannot fathom, ( Dot: "Last night, Jack told meI
why, with all my notariety and
the he
was only one ever
fame am J alloted only one day. Af: "Milk is a great bone .t13r ti r

in my name. Answer me this if builder, so I drink lots of it." loved. NEW 'OLD GLORY' ROLLS The first of 250,000 new

you can, but remember-"answer Cal: "Yeah, and you've got the Lil: "Yeah, and doesn't he say American flags, the 49-ilar kind, scheduled to roll from Rock
Hill, S.C. printing presses are Inspected for
me according to my folly." head to prove it" it beautifully pany employee quality by com-

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Si 2 April 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5

i ;1 There's No Show Business Like USO Show Biz I

< As Big Name Stars Keep AF Troupes GoingNot


. only !is there no businesslike other 750,000 men and women 1958 ranged from 15 to 15,000 "Variety," the show business

l show business, but there'sno stationed at remote overseas and to reach them the performers weekly., All of this money comes

.. business quite like the kind bases, giving 1,842 performanceson traveled by bus, plane, train, from civilian contributions to
IIl l staged around the world by USO the so-called "hardship cir- truck and helicopter.BUT fund-raising drives.
Shows, celebrating their 18th cuits" which have the toughest FEW minded the discom-
. anniversary this month. playing conditions known to forts, for they found their most USO show schedules this year
THE RECORD established by show business. appreciative audiences in the call for a show departing each
r these troupes since inception in THEY INCLUDE hundreds of I most inaccessible spots where the month for the Pacific and Far

1941 is staggering. In 18 years off-the-beaten-track Nike and sight of a pretty American girl isa East, a show each month for Eu-

they have given 450,460 performances radar sites in Alaska, Europe, the rarity to talk about for weeks. rope, one each six weeks for an
) { for an aggregate worldwide mid-Pacific, the Far East, Iceland Annual cost of the USO talent. Alaskan tour, and one every 12
service audience of 237,082,941.Last Greenland ,and Labrador. servicing the armed forces is : weeks for the Northeast Air Com-

,r year, they entertained an- < Audiences for USO troupes in about $11,500,000, according to

. Diabetic Clinic mond.CLASSIFIED

.... 3
, SPEAKER-Harry Stuhldreh- ) (The JAX AIR NEWS is pro
er, guest speaker at Navy Lea Being Planned hibited by Defense Department
gue regulations from listing commercial -

For Civilians advertising.Ads .
Navy League in this column are limitedto
(Following is the fourth arti- housing for rent and sale,

1 1 Sets AddressBy cle on the subject of diabetes, rooms, lost and found items and
t appearing weekly in the JAX miscellaneous (such as ride

,Am NEWS. wanted and swap in duty assign

i ND GreatHarry During the next few weeks, ments). '
No 'ads are taken by phone,
Civil Service personnel of the
1l Stuhldreher, one of the
all must be submitted personally
famed Four Horsemen of Notre Station will be given an oppor-
mail. The JAX AIR
tunity to voluntarily participatein or
Dame will be
guest speake at
} ads.
reserves right to edit
Diabetic Detection Clinic.
the annual meeting of the Jack- a
, week is
Deadline for ads each
sonville Council Navy Leagueof Most Overhaul and Repair De- 4t4t\\ '
1 ____ Tuesday at 1200)).
the United States today at partment employees can be
1930 at the Officers Club at NAS checked at the same time they For Rent
3 Bdrm unfurn hse with screen
3 Jax.On receive annul, chest X-Rays. porch & garage. Elec kit, % mi
. hand will be some 100 Other personnel may participatewhen from NAS/2 blks from Roosevelt

, members of the Navy Leagueand they;! report for annual Blvd. 4602 Cates Ave, EV 9-3867..
their wives, plus senior chest X-Rays at the Station Dis- 1 4 L'4f4'4 Hse trailer, riverfront, so.

Naval officers of the area, and pensary in Building Eight. # '#}324fs,' Orange Pk. $40. mo. CO 45582.

, their wives, as guests. Presidentof I The test will utilize a Clinistix 2 Bdrm furn hse. 1376 Lake

, the Jax Navy League' Councilis i technique, which will be ex- Shore Blvd EV 4-6330.
Lester W. Foley. plained to the patients in detailat EARLY GATOR BOWL DUCATS Jim peLoach, (left) 5828 Seaboard Ave.
member of the executive committee of the Gator Bowl Associa- ,
Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig, new the time when the test is to tion, accepts a check for $1,450 fojr GB membership from Capt. $45. mo. SP 1-0336.
1, Commander Fleet Air Jackson- be administered. Grayston H. Weber, NAS Jax executive officer. The cheek Is Tot Sale
, ville, will accept donation of two Persons found to be positive for purchase of 200 tickets to the next Gator Bowl game. The 2 Bdrm hse on waterfront. 5
of tickets at NAS of
, .arly purchas. attui Navy personnel good
Confederate Navy buttons worn will be rechecked by confirma- ml Orange Pk on Rt., 224A.
seats for the classic. The tickets will be placed on sale to Naval so.
, by Adm. Raphael Semmes of the tory tests at a later date, at personnel at NAS at a specified date, on a fint-come first- 4141 Magnolia dr, Dr's' Lake Est.
Navy of Confederate States of which time they will be advisedas served basis.Forced. Capt. Wagner.

America. to further testing procedure. 2 Bdrm brick hse, hardwoodflors

1 The JaX Navy band will pro- Personnel found to be negative 'Out' Is kit equip. 1 blk off Bland-
1. vide music for the occasion, will not ,be notified.An Payoff ing blvd., 4638 Wheeler St. EV
while the NATTCenter Marine 98883.
1 Drum and Bugle Corps will pre- eagle-eyed mountaineer led 3 Bdrm hse. Equity & assume

. sent a brief concert.STUHLDREHER his lanky son into a schoolhouse. Back In Hump MeasureEarly pmts. 7216 Greenway dr, EV

, t who will be "This here's my son. What can 9-2658. LaGrange.

, introduced by Capt. Elliott W. you lam him?" he said to the retirement reimbursement is again included in a 3 Bdrm hse with central. Conv.

, Parish, NAS Jax commandingofficer teacher. "Hump" bill submitted to Congres by Department of De- to NAS. SP 1-1673.
. is presently assistant to I fense,reports Navy Times. I 3 Bdrm, 2 bath hse, Fla. room.
vice president of United States "Our .curriculum, sir, is geog- retires under the bill. Conv. terms 7357 Greenway dr,
, Approved by the House Armed !
Steel. raphy, mathematics, trigonometry sev- Oretga- Hills. EV 76694.Miscellaneous .
Services Committee, the bill has eral other recommendations:
One of the nation's most not- _" been sent to the House with rec- .
able football figures, Stuhldreheris Defense had asked that officers Found-Lady's watch in comm.
ommendations that two
"Fix him up trigonometry -
who have received constructive
., best remembered as a mem- maximum of store parking lot Mar. 17. Owner
mountaineer base pay, up to a
interrupted the service be to include
C1II ber of the famous Four Horse- may claim by identifying. Mrs..
$6000, be paid for each year an this in of time for
t men of Notre Dame, during 'cause he's the worst shot computation Freel, ext. 8341.
officer is short of 26 30 if he The subcommitteeruled
1922-23-24. As quarterback, he in the family. or pay purposes. Riders Wanted from Green
--- ----
guided the Irish to the national this out. Cove Spgs to Sup. Dpt, 0700 &
championship in 1924, and to a ;,4'r:;. An,officer who is retired under 0730 shifts. McGowan, ext. 820
27-10 Rose Bowl' victory over 3 d'.>yr;;: the new law would get his pay or 8324.

Stanford in 1925. He was voted based on total longevity only.IT Ride Wanted from 5626

All-American and has been vot- ALSO recommended that Norde Dr (Oak Hill), 0800-1630.
ed into the Football Hall of officers selected for retirementmay Will share driving. Mayfield,'ext-

Fame.A leave the service at any 437 or SP 1-4578..

NATIVE of Massilon, Ohio, time before the mandatory date Trade-Equipty in 3 Bdrm hse
and still be listed' as voluntary
the nation's No.
NAS Christi Tex
near Corpus ,
town and home of the fabulous retirees and collect the maximum
$72. mo. (or will rent) for hse'
Massilon High Tigers, Stuhldreher readjustment to which they are in NAS Jax area. Molts, O&R
coached at Villanova from entitled.
1245 PlainfieldAve
power plant or
1925-1935 and in 1936 became MEMBERS OF the Medcial, Den- Orange Pk. CO 4-4251.
athletic director and football tal, Nurse and Medical Service ,
coach Wisconsin. He resignedhis excluded
at Corps are specifically
Wisconsin post in Sept. 1950 from being liable for early retirement Adm. Burke Again

to join U. S. ,Steel. 7 under the law as longas Elected Head Of
Known as the civilian arm of the doctor's draft is in effect.In .

the Navy, the Navy League is writing readjustment pro- Mutual Aid GroupAdmiral
comprised of ex-Navy men and visions into the bill, the subcom-
prominent local citizens inter- mittee specified that the officer Arleigh Burke, the
ested in furthering the well- who gets the money may take it Chief of Naval Operations, has
being of the Navy. in a lump sum at. the time of retirement been reelected head of the Navy .
Mutual Aid Association by the
or in three equal increments -
Husband: "Why does a wife spaced over three cal- Board of Directors.The .

say she's been shopping when endar years for tax purposes. Association aids familiesof
The bill received consider- deceased members and secures
she hasn't bought a thing?
VIA THE MICROPHONE Norman Woods, AO1, an instructor able debate in full committee on for them all government benefitsto
Wife: "Why does a man say in Aviation Ordnanceman School, Class A at NATT- the question of the government's which they're entitled. It also
he's been fishing when he 'tcaught' Center'is shown preparing a tape which he could send to any "moral" obligation to the officers provides loan and repository
of 150 1-R-I (Tape) Network members scattered throughout the
a thing?" world. Affected. 'service for members.


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Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 2 ,April 1959

.... .. ... .

Joint' Force Agreement -. -)
p"" ::1

I Can Aid Civil Populace "\. ". ','i"-1/"'I"''" .,., .J",r<{;iI'".,I"J\I." :' .t.ilJ\! \..,C."'. ,'..',,,.I.:",:.',!j"1 1."<.,,1.:',:,'. .' With lillll Civilians

(This it the sixth in a aeries on the National Plan for Survivaland "'.
Defense in case of attack or other emergency. Just how' the (Periodically, the Jax Air

individual fits into the overall picture will be covered.) News, in cooperation with Industrial -

The Constitution and Fed- Relations ..Department,
eral statutes authorize the ordinated and provisions made will list various promotions for

President to utilize personnel, for mutual assistance if emer- Naval Air Station personnel)

equipment, supplies, facilitiesand gency situations; arise. On the promotion roster from

resources of the militaryas The Jax Passive Defense Plan February 2 to April 5 have been

he deems necessary for (JAX-PDRP) covers all aspectsof 'l 16 employees.

civil defense and disaster re- the organization, its responsi- .. ',.... I ',' ",.: SUPPLY leads departmentswith
bilities, duties and civil obliga- I eight promoted
lief.THE DEPT. n>f Defense, by tions. .,., "ff'i; <,i1*ri' )11'\\1: ?.,'\. while Public Works and Over-

Executive Order, has been dele- Each department on the Sta- ': : : : haul and Repair Departments

gated responsibilities to render tion has a copy of the Plan. :JrI'I" : had two each while four come
aid to civil authorities in eventof :, from Miscellaneous departments.From .
major disaster and for sup- f '} .
t; a. Supply: Helen Davidson,
: 'ffl"'I t ,: .'
port of the civil defense pro- Navy Civilian ( I .; .' W1p stock
a > : ; r:\ control clerk (GS-4)) to
gram. procurement agent (GS-5)); Betty .
DOD Directive 3025.1 further T-Masters In _no..... Hardy, supervisory transportation -
such to
delegates responsibility ADVANCES IN ELECTRONICS Dr. H.L. Donley of the clerk (GS-6) to same posiv
the Army, with the Navy and Win Technical Relations staff of David Sarnoff Division of RCA La- tion (GS-7); Carolyn Harrison,
Air Force having collateral ''re- Speech boratories explains miniature transistorized television camerato
clerk-typist (GS-3)) to stock con-
sponsibility; however, the Dept.of William Kilchell, AE1 (left) instructor at AEB( ) School and
A member of the Navy Civil- trol clerk (GS-4) ; Helen Hylton,
the Army is charged with coordinating T/Sgt. Ben Halter an AEB( ) student. Dr. Donley presented a
ians Toastmasters'Club was ad- demonstration and lecture on advances in electronics to students clerk-typist (GS-2)) to stock
disaster relief and local judged best speaker in Florida's of the NATTCenter AE Schools last Monday. control clerk (GS-3) ; Ruby

emergency plans of all Area Eight of Toastmasters International Knight, clerk-typist' (GS-3)) to

scrVices. in the area speakoff New Survivor Annuity Rights stock control clerk ( );
In the Joint Action Armed
cirol I
held Saturday night at Karl McCutcheon,
Forces Agreement (JAAF), the Hellenthal's Restaurant. trol clerk (GS-3) to
three services assume responsi- Explained For EmployeesIt
tion (GS-4)) ; Frances
bility for: security of their own E. K. McIlrath, carrying the
stock control clerk
installations, equipping and banners of Navy Civilian Club, is estimated that from 10,000 to 40,000 widows or widowersof
training Passive Defense Groups bested speakers from four other Federal employees or retirees who died before Feb. 29, 1948, I same'position, (GS-4)),
will be eligible for survivor annuities of up to $63 a month, under Roberson, stock control
providing mutual assistance in clubs, with his topic of "What provision of Public Law 85-465, approved June 25, 1958. (GS-3)) to same, (GS-4).
times of disaster, and for aiding Men Live By". He was presented Eligibility requirements for
local civil authorities whose a trophy, the first presentedfor the new survivor annuity bene- tirement Act, or have been retired FROM OVERHAUL and

capabilities for recovery from area competition in Florida. fits are as follows: i and receiving civil service Department: Ralph
checks.B aircraft mechanic
attack or disaster have been Wally Conyers, representing (THE HUSBAND (or wife) leadingman aircraft
( The widow ( widower
overwhelmed. ) or )
Mar-Nav Toastmasters, placed who died before Feb. 29, 1948, J
(motor,) and Andrew
THUS PASSIVE Defense is must have been married to the
second with his talk on "Whither ((1) must have worked for the
deceased at the time of his death aircraft engine assembler
in and has assumedan
Wifely Obedience"; and Fritz United States or the District of
mechanic ,
craft (motor)
and for at least five be-
important place in military Hellings of Jax Officers years '
Navy Columbia Government for at
fore (2) must not be receivingany Promoted at Public feBC
preparedness of the Naval shore ;
Toastmasters finished third With least 10 years, including any BC
other civil service annuity were Betty Herrington
establishment. PD be defined ,
his presentation of "Our Most military service; and (2) at the )
based file clerk' (GS-4) to
the Government
'I as defense of a base by every Expensive Luxury Progress". time of his death, must have on ser-
possible defensive measure with- I vice of the deceased; and (3)) clerk (GS-5), and Fred
Conyers and Hellings also received been employed in a position
must have not remarried. laborer (heavy) to
out resort to active .
weapons. trophies. covered by the Civil Service Re-
Within the scope of Passive ___un I THE QUALIFIED WIDOW (or blind repairman.

Defense are seemingly unrelated widower) of a retired'empJoyee I FROM

aspects of military preparednesssuch r i who died before Feb.. 29, 1948 partments come: Lillian

as atomic, biological and I becomes eligible to receive one- I botham, stock control (
chemical warfare defense; protection :_ half the monthly annuity the 3)) Supply Dept., to

against fire and all types I I : ___ retired spouse was receiving maintenance clerk ( )
of natural disasters; protective when he (or she) died. Similarly Comptroller Dept.; Grace

construction; disaster planning the surviving widow or wid- clerk (typing) GS-4 to

and physical securitymeasures.. ower of a person who died clerk (typing) GS-5,

The Navy PD organization, while employed in the Federal tion Dept.; Mildred

composed of military and civilian Government before that date counts maintenance clerk ( ) atN

personnel, is maintained in a becomes eligible for a monthly Comptroller Dept. to
state of readiness to assist Navy, annuity equal to one-half the tion, same department, ( ) viIH

other military activities, Federal amount the spouse would have and Ruth Munden, head

agencies, and civil authorities to received if the employee or retiree (eme'rgency room) (GS-7))
continue assigned missions. had been retired at the cal Dept. to occupational Fair"I

The PD organization must be time of his death. nursing supervisor (GS-8),

well trained, well equipped and The new survivor annuity
mobile because of the diversityof benefits start on the first day

responsibilities.EACH of the month in which the 'completed 4

MEMBER must know ; application of a quali- x
his exact duties, where and to Tv*) % fied survivor is received by the

whom to report, what equip- V r_ Civil Service Commission.

ment he needs and its location, Persons who meet all require-
and must be aware to how his ments for the new survivor an- ,

team fits into the overall defense fir' '. } I_ s{ nuity benefits should write to (

and recovery plan. '>Y ""OJH: the Retirement Division, U. S.
The NAS Jax PD organizationis "w ELL DONE" Capt.. Civil Service Commission, Wash-

a part of' Passive Defense Charles NATTCenter L.commanding Moore, (right officer ) Comdr. Murphy Takes ington, 25, D. C., for the proper a3a *
Group 6.3 and is known PD form.
as presents John Condrev, Charge Of VP-742 application
Unit 6.3.1. The local unit is com- DTC commendation upon his Comdr.,Frank Murphy relieved
posed of eleven elements, each retirement from active duty.
Comdr. Jim Fulton as commanding -
element of several teams, and .
each team of several Cub Scout Pack Seeks officer of VP-742 in Ceremonies K
smart old farmer, who always -
possessing specialized skills and ., Boost In Membership last Saturday. at ,NARTU thought twice before speak-
training. Vacancies exist in the ranksof .
Jax.Under ing, was approached by a stranger Q.rt. 'd.V
Each element has specific du- NAS Jax-sponsored Cub Scout Comdr. Fulton, VP-742 who asked: "How much is .
ties, for example: Element I Pack 131. All parents with boys has gained both national and international that prize Jersey heifer of yours :
with medical and Element eight to 10& years of age are recognition during worth?"
with transportation. urged to contact Chief Barney the last three years.
TEAMS The farmer thought for a mo- .WIUI, 19i;
that ARE so organized Price at extension 8538. VP-742 placed fourth among 60 ment, then asked: "Are you a ., ...... tw ,lot Do h .1
regardless of the
Tickets for the North Florida squadrons for the Noel Davis tax assesor or has she been killed I 2,34'
emergency, ready forces of
trained Council Boy Scout Circus are Trophy last year. This award is by a car?" 5 6 7 ,U 90( 11;
personnel can be deployed -; to the outstand- .
immediately to the scene now on sale. They can be pur- given annually 12 13 14 15: 16 17' 1 ,.
chased from member of ing Reserve squadron.In Speaker "The
to'' begin'recovery operations. any : young man of ,ltr?O21'22"23; 2129 '
A good .working relationshipand Troop or Pack 131. today has to watch for golden 9 .
a Los Angeles rooming 212R'29'30:
exchange of. information Some 5000 Scouts in the Coun- opportunities.
exists .between local, Civil, De- cil are expected to participate in house window near the California Voice, from rear: "The red- CALENDAR GIRL ,

fense authorities I and NAS Jax. the May 2 affair. Rain date is Racquet Club: "Tenants, headed and brunette opportunities offers twirling up Sandra for inspection"Sandy"

Emergency plans have been co- May 18. anyone?" aren't bad either." NBC-TVi "Miss County



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April 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Page 7


z :.y t* Rd.JMt Station In Running For

..Interservice Golf Meet

The Navy will host golf and the Marines the tennis meetin

the 1959 Interservice sports setup.
The All-Service Golf TourneyIs
by the cutback in All-Navy tour-
scheduled to be held October
'AR \ naments, selected squads in box-
5-9. Site has not been announcedbut
ing, track and field, swimming,
Norfolk and NAS Jax are in
rowing, fencing, speed skatingice
; the for the host
> running spot.
1 :
will set
A INTERSERVICE Tennis Tour- ( ) and other sports
in training sites to preparefor
> up
ney is set for Quantico, 'Va.,
the Pan American Games.
August 11-15.
Other than this, the All-Navy-
The Army was host for Inter-
has not been
sports program
service boxing competition last
from previous .
changed years.I06.rLA
month while the :Air Force held

tryouts among the four servicesfor
the Pan American Games
this week. '

The Navy is planning to hold

five All-Navy sports meets this 1. Name the football team that
SPRING TRAINING SESSION Hopefuls for positions with the Jax Navy varsity softball
team are "sweating out" pre-season practice sessions daily at the Station's Enterprise Field. An ex- year, slashing the 1958 figureby won the 1958 Southwest Confer-
I hibition tilt was slated Tuesday night while the first game of the regular City League season of two. ence title.
which Jax Navy is a member, is set for April 13. Shown on the mound is Earl Bishop of the Dispensary BOXING and baseball are not 2. Only two currently active
veteran Flier chucker. Supply's Hugh Hollis straddles base line during the "pepper" game. being held on' a servicewidelevel Yankee regulars have been on
Candidates for the team are welcome to try out at any of the practice sessions.

....., '. .: "'- .. '. ....., '. ', > } '.,. .;,<,.;: ." many this year seasons.for the Basketball first timein Casey every N.Y.Stengel pennant took winner over. Name since

Tennismen SlateAppearance bowling, tennis, softball and golf them.

fAX will be carried. 3. The only catcher to hit 40

i : In RSPORT'S Bowling playoffs are currently home runs in one season wasa
: underway on a regional tele- ( ) Gabby Harnett, (b) Roy

[Masters TourneyThe NEWS : graphic basis while the hard- Campanella, (c) Bill Dickey.
if .41 ., wood meet was held early last 4. Of Rocky Marciano's 49 pro
'j ,_. !
Jax Navy tennis team month at San Diego. fights, how many were won by

split a pair of matches with I To take up .the slack caused KOs? .
tough collegiate foes last week 5. What team won the 1958

send, keeping its season's recordt NARTU All-Star baseball game?
the .500 level. MAD CHASE FOR FLAG (Answers to Quiz)

The Fliers second win of the Resembling the roar of a mastodonic skyrocket, action Captures CityChampionship 'C-t .1\518"1 uVI.lewy:
[young year was a 7-0 thrashing. got underway in Mainside intramural bowling leagues last euou 'se

I Of Concordia Seminary of St. week with the. tidy, newly-refinished! Building Three lanes ssoj puB '9 suojspap!: 'et lox 1
[Louis, Mo. on Sunday getting a sound christening. 'CS6I

"f Howard College of Birmingham, Although a lion's share of Individual respectively. Vic Puleo, a PN2 attached to uj. ft rm enauBduiBo:: dog -g
PRESENT leader in the National
Ala handed Jax Navy a 6-3 de- and team marks were NARTU Jax, is currently a hot tenegiuvH( pn vu.g 150.1. 'LLgsxeslufl

feat Monday. Both tilts were at captured by X-3 Division in the : final League reckoning, pending in the outcomeof X-3- name in local bowling 'circles, u8nl1.1q sex.J. '1

Boone Park. first week of competition, that having captured the coveted city
Galley One tiff is Fasron Six,
Calvin Karrh of NARTU and torrid club does not know at thisstage championship recently. FISHIN' RODEO
with four definite points in the
whether it four points,
Charles French of VF-62 trippedthe won
Puleo (
win column and no losses. pronounced po-lair-o)
No. 1 doubles team of How three, or whether it split even. Pacing the American circuitare swept the 1959 All-Events sin- SET FRIDAYAll

ard in straight sets while Sam PLAY THIS season is being NARTU "A" and VA44"A gles crown, which annually affords NATTCenter personnelwith

Gorsline of VA-44 and Roger held on a team handicap basis ," both holding 4-0 records; the winner recognition as a yen for the "ol' fishin'

Biedler of VW-4 were winning and the "small boys," abettedby Five teams are close behind with city titlist. hole" are urged to enter the
their doubles test in three sets. this system of scoring, could 3-1 marks. HIS TERRIFIC 2093 pin i allwas annual Fishing Rodeo which

Karrh, French, Gorsline,. Bied seemingly upset the powerhouses. They are Dispensary, VP-18 the best in the city meet in swings into action Friday at
ler, Walt Shaw of VF-43 and Handicaps for X-3 and its open- "A," Hospital, 679th "A" and several moons. The personnelman 1200.
Bob Tripp of VW-4 are currently ing night opponent, Galley One, MARTD. also formed half of the Entry forms are available at
practicing for the Masters Tennis have not been determined at this winning doubles, teaming with Building 513 or from the ath-

Tournament slated April 1319at writing.Joe George Johnson, Jr., for a 1337 letic representative in the va-
Boone Park. total. rious schools. Deadline for
Mesa paced the X-3 club
: The NARTU lads tourney entries is 1200 June 3 with
Tickets on sale at Special Ser with a high three-game set of
vices scores went like this: 1850 all forms turned into Building
in Building 704. 574 while finishing the week
scratch, 702 singles, 754 doubles
with high average for both the
and 637 in the team event. will be given for
National and American Leagues
Helen Geiser Is with 191. { THE HANDSOME, 145-pound- the largest fish in the follow-
er was born in Italy and was a ing classes: black bass; bream;
X-3, composed of stewards, survivor of a bomb blast near perch; speckled trout; drum;
Lone Jax .
KeglerIn also captured high team game : xl rnL his home during WWII. He sea bass; and crappie, plus ,
and series with 917 and 2613
to America with his mother
came the largest fish brought in.
Regional Play and younger brother several

The cream of the in the years ago.Something.
crop Gerry Jones, outstanding hoc unusual for Navy- Moffett Squadrons
Navy's five
Regional sports dis-
key goalie at Yale and strong men in this area, Puleo matricu-
tricts are rolling on a like num- Planning ReunionFourth
contender for All-East honors lated at local schools, graduatingin
ber of fronts for
Regional and
All-Navy bowling honors. this year, has a three-year date L 1956 from Bishop Kenny High annual reunion of for-
with the Navy after his graduation School.Of mer members of MofTett Field's
John Farrell of NAS Cecil Pearl Harbor Navy's his recent city bowling finest outfits is scheduled May 23

Field, 6ND champion with a Jack Bradbury canned 41 pointsin victory, the quiet youngster says, at the Naval Air Test Center,
whopping 4152 pinfall is lead- a recent game to post a new "I was bowling pretty good but Patuxent River, Md.

ing District bowlers in the tele- Hawaii service league single qs was aided by the right breaks The gathering of past and

graphic tourney. Farrell was instrumental game record In two consecutive and lots of luck." present members of VC-3, VX-5,

in steering his teamto fights, Ft. Knox, Ky., slugger r CAG-15, and CAG-19 will be
the District team crown witha Terrell Pruitt fought a total of 46 MAD Share held at the Officers' Club at 1900
15,648 mark. seconds. A one-punch victory in ray. s w ':r Sparks, and will feature happy hour bar

Other 6ND keglers in the the finals of the Armor Center 'ryrlyl qC: : Bowling Loop LeadThe prices, hors d'oeuvres and lots of

South Atlantic event which starts boxing tournament used up 10 friendly talknInterested
today and ends Saturday are E.J. seconds; the night before Pruitt AE School Sparkies and members are urgedto

Stowell of Charleston, Norm achieved a first round TKO in 36 i j t Marine Aviation Detachment still send a postal card to Lt. W. L.

Nicholson of Key West Naval seconds.It remain in the one-two spots in Murphy, Armament Test, Naval

Base and P. S. King of Green isn't likely that Spike Webb the NATTCenter Scratch Bowling Air Test Center, Patuxent River,

Cove Springs. famed Navy boxing coach, could League at the end of the first Md., advising that they plan to
Helen Geiser of NAS Jax was ever be forgotten at Annapolis; attend. Wives or girl friends are
lone local entry to place among just to make sure, Slade Cutter' encouraged to attend.
the top four in women's 6ND undefeated as a Middie boxer -". Third place is shared by the

play. She's in Regional competition and now director of athletics at CITY CHAMP Lookingover Support Splinters and AV Fund Wife (as husband comes homeat

also. the Naval Academy, bought a the Mainside some new equipment lanes at is School, each sporting a 12-12 rec 0300 after a big night) : "Well,
memorial chair in the Academy'snew bowling home is the best place after alt
Top four bowlers in Regionalswill I Vic Puleo, city of Jacksonville ,
match their 21-game scores football stadium in honor of bowling c ham p i o n. Puleo, ord.NAWS isn't it?"
with the top pinmen of the other ;Webb. member of NARTU's admini- School, with a 10-14 Husband: "1 wouldn't know

Regions for deciding an All-Navy !If meet Gerardo Gonzalez threat strative for unit the, should Mainside be intra a big record, rounds out the top four about that, but if* the' only

champion. I it's Kid Gavilan. mural crown this season. places in the league. place open."


age 8 JAX AIR NEWS 2 April 1959.

1 I Schedule Special Sevices sandFacilitiesfor April --, 8 I I

MOVIES Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday, Tuesday Wednesday

HAS Bldg. 612JIATTCenlei 1800-2000 -1900 Only 1400-2000 1900 Only 1800-2000 1800-1200 1800-2000
Gunfire at Roots of Heaven Young Land Bell, Book Bonjour Sheep Man Bullwhip
Indian-Gap' and Candle Tristesse
Bldg. 563
1900 Only 1900 Only "14001900Hoots 1400-1900 1900 Only 1900 Only 1900 Only
I Cry Tomorrow Gunfire-Gap of Heaven Young Land Bell, B'k, Candle Bonjour Tristesse Sheep Man

Hospital 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only
Lonely Hearts I Cry Tomorrow Gunfire-Gap Roots of Heaven Young Land Bell, Bk., Candle Bonjour Tristesse

NAS. Bldg. 3 0815-2100 0815-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100

NATTCenter Bldg. 563 / 0930-2100 0930-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100

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


Bldg. 955 *- 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100 1400-2100 Closed 1000-2100 1000-2100

NATTCenier, Bldg. 593
1600-2200 1600-2200 1300-2300()( 1300-2300 1600-2200 1600-2200 1600-2200

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

1630-2300 1400-2330 1400-2330 1400-2330 1630-2300 1630-2300 1630-2300

EM,NARTU 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 Closed Closed 1130-1300
1630-2230 1630-2230 1630-2330 1630-2330 1630-2230 .


NAS Gym Open
0900-2100 0900-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0900-2100 0900-2100 0900-2100

NATTCenier Gym Open
1300-2100 1300-2100 1000-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100

NAB Bowling 1100-2100 OB I 1100-2100 OB 1300-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB

NATTCenier Bowling.... 1130-1300 1130-1300 1300-2200 OB0730Dark 1300-2200 OB 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300
1630-1830 OB0830Dark 1630-1830 OB0830Dark 1630-1830 OB 1630-1830 OB 1630-1830 OB


Golf Course I 0800-1800 0830Dark08001h 0830DarkClosed I 0830DarkClosed

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

Hobby Shop Bldg. 896 1400-2100 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



I Admiral Craig Relieves : 'Credit Union Has

Admiral Switzer Here .. Money AvailableCredit

(Continued from Page) Union officials report
Kodiak, Alaska for two years. ment of Aviation, the Admiral that money is available for loansto
AFTER A tour of duty at the served as aide to the Defense members at reasonable rates.
Academy as Head of the Depart: Secretary in Washington; com [ h The rate is one percent per
manded the USS Midway, and in month on the unpaid balance
Whites Come In 1952 was made Chief of Naval Ad- and all loans are insured for
visory Group, Air University, death or permanent disability at
(Continued from Page)
Maxwell AFB, Ala.
no cost to the borrower.The .
activities and by other aviation
personnel on days they plan to In 1941, Admiral Craig (then Credit Union is an em-
fly. commander) was on Ford Island, ployee organization started in
Honolulu, T.H., serving as As- Y 1952 with a modest capital. Its
Tropical uniform white and
sistant Operations Officer on staffof assets have now reached almost
khaki long, with garrison cap,
Patrol Wing Two. two million dollars.
may be worn March 1 to Nov-
ember 30 on or off NAS Jax. He was later assigned Assistant Offices of the Credit Union are
Officer staff of in Building 39, near the Main-
The former uniform can be Operations on ; :
worn anytime during that per- Commander Patrol Wings Pacific "T$ L side Post Office. Members are
iod except on formal occasions Fleet, and later to the staff of urged to take advantage of its

while the latter dress must be Commander in Chief, Pacific 'i __ many services. '
changed after 1800. Fleet. "' Hours of operation are 1030to
LEADING THE WAY Pacing their respective phases at
Tropical uniform, either white AMONG other decorations, Aviation Fundamentals School at NATTCenier are left to 1600 in the'Loan Departmentand
or khaki shorts, will not be per- I Rear Adm. Craig was awardedthe right Cebern Harris Marion Holloway and Edward GrobarekJr. 1100 to 1500 in Cashiering.The .
mitted until May 1 through Legion of Merit with Combat The trio received certificates of achievement from Capt. John Federal Examiner recently
September 30 from sunrise until "V." Pulliam, (extreme right). conducted an exhaustive and de-

1800 and only while on NAS Jaxor After the war, he served as tailed study of every phase of
proceeding directly to and Chief of Staff and Aide to Com- When You SaySome/ing the Jax Credit Union. The report -
from home or between local mil- mander, Carrier Division 4, firstat commends employees, and
itary installations.THE Alameda, Calif, then Quonset Say It And Be Done? ? ? officials upon improved efficiency,
continued growth and service
UNIFORM of the day Point. R.I.. until he left for dutyat
for women officers and enlistedsis the Naval Academy. The- mnemonic experts have rendered its membership.
struck again! This time in Naval personnel may be reduced.
gray uniform with The! retiring Admiral Switzer
messages.Ed. And, that is what it does.
garrison cap except for formal assumed the rule of CommanderFleet BackwardGlances
occasions demanding Service Air Jax and Commander ( Note: For classification, Take this paragraph for example -
mess Whites. However, service Naval Air Bases, 6ND, June 28, mnemonics, according to Webster : "While traveling outsidethe
dress blue bravo is the permitted 1957, after serving as CommanderNaval is "the art of improving the US, 65 pounds of baggage to
uniform of the day year around. Forces, Phillippines. efficiency of the memory.") accompany is authorized, and an Bits of particles from dusty
Women's tropical uniform will The verbiage slicers have come. additional (number of pounds pages of the Jax Air News.
be permitted from sunrise to An American has more foodto up with a whole new list of indicated) baggage is authorizedas March 1, 1951
1800 and only on the Station, eat than a man of any other authorized abbreviations for message -I air cargo for shipment "under Two squadrons of "Weekend
until November 30. I country, and more diets ,to keep use in BuPers Instruction the same. class of priority. Warriors", VP-741 and VMF-
him from eating it. ,2340.1. Abbreviation? CARBAGAIR. 144, checked in at NARTU.
"My father was a great West- c The reason? The instruction A departing reminder: ON Their first week was spent in
ern politician in his day." If you want life to be a bed states in part, ". so that the I TRANS OR ASSIGN NAVPERSREF setting up squadron administrative -
"Yeah, what'd he run for?" of roses, you have to do a lot length of messages relating to' BUPERSINST 2340.1 WHAP framework and getting orders -
"The border." of spade work. transfer or' assignment of Naval I BT. and records in shape..