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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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September 3, 1959


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Military personnel and their ing hours for conditions and the best care which can be

L i : ,: dependents are reminded of ailments not emergencies but provided.
+{ importance of discretion in made at the time for reasonsof Chapter 21 of Manual of the

having dependents in this personal convenience to pa- Medical Department states in

area make after-hour visits to tient or sponsor. part that "Except in cases of

::i the Outpatient Clinic at the These patients must never- emergency or by distance

$ ,: Naval Hospital. theless be seen and treated by traveled or other extenuating
Abuses of the outpatient the duty section as serioumessof circumstances, outpatient care

> .' privilege have been oted re- each case cannot be deter- for dependents is to be rout-

cently. The outpatient work- mined without examination bya inely available only during

load totaled 7,796 visits in medical officer. regular working hours of the
{ July of 1958 but had risen to Patient on off-duty hours are facility."

17,334 visits in July of this not usually seen by the specialist Regular Hospital hours of

year. (s) to whom they would the Hospital are 0800 to 1630

C Hundreds of these visits! each normally be referred. Monday through Friday and
/ week are after normal work- They do not, therefore, get 0800 to 1200 Saturday.

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Vol. 17 No. 26 U.S.N.A.S. Jacksonville Florida 3 September 1959

ust heat notwithstanding, presided at opening of Navy Exchange 4 ,
Toyland Monday morning. Among those on hand were Mrs. William 'H+1'L' CAT Officer |
Donahue and her family who accepted the bearded visitor
with mixed feelings. The children are Billy and triplet girls
Joan, Carol and Linda. Daddy Is an AMI with VW4. Toyland, Team Eyeing
located in Building 554,* is open weekdays from 1000 to 1730
and from 0900 to 1200 Saturdays.

/ sw Local VisitThe

School Bus Schedule Listed
"Hump Bill'.' and other

By Coach System SchoolsJacksonville officer among legislation topics discussed will by be

the NavAir Lant Officer In-

Coach Co. and Duval County School system formation Team in its visit

will provide transportation for school children from the here Sept. 911.

Naval Air Station! area to public schools in this vicinity as Two presentations are slated at
usual this school year. the NAS Jax Officer's Club Sept.
ceed to NAS.
First run of Jax Coach Co. directly 9 and 10. The team will be at
buses departs"'N AS" from the Pupils attending Bishop Kenny Cecil Field, the final day.
High School will need to ride
circle on Mustin Rd. at 0740( and THE TEAM composed of Comdr.
the regular Jax Coach Co. bus
proceeds on Mustin Rd. to York- Robert Weekly and Lt. Howard
NAS at 0715 and
town to Child St., on Child to departing Ewy, will have information on
transfer to buses at Acosta and
Albermarle Ave., on Albermarle opportunities to Reserve avIationline
Post streets for the the
trip to
to Hancock St., on Hancock to officers remaining on active
Yorktown and thence to Main duty or going into the Regulars,
Gate. DUVAL COUNTY School route and for officers going back to

THE BUS departs the Main 75 buses depart the Circle on .- M v ..gOr.Y..r1fI civilian life who wish to join the

Gate at 0755 for St. Matthews Mustin Rd. at 0715 and proceed FIRE CAPTAIN RETIRES Calling it quits after lengthy NARTU program.
School, thence to corner Park St. Mustin to Yorktown to the Main Federal service Clifton Edwards, (third from left) retired last The team will also present
and McDuff Ave. for Lee High Gate, thence to Venetia School week at ceremonies given by fellow employees. Edwards was varius aspects of the officer personnel
School, thence to corner Park St. via Roosevelt Blvd. and Timu- a captain with NAS Jax Fire Department and wa tendered a situation of interest to all
luncheon at fhe NATTCenter Fire Station. The retiring Edwardsis
and Acosta St. for St. Paul's quana Rd. shown presented a good luck plaque and his service badge by aviation line officers.

School. Bus returns immediately from G. G. Young. Left to right are P. H. Stubbs, Edwards, Young, The ComNavAir team was
Second run will leave NAS at' Fire Chief Donald Moran and W. J. Owens. formed in the fall of 1956 by-
Venetia School to NAS circles i
the circle on Mustin Rd. at 0745 Vice Admiral W. L. Rees, then

and it will proceed along the through housing area just inside 'Hornet's Nest' Turning Commander Naval Air Force,

same route as the first run. It (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 1)) Atlantic Fleet.

will leave the Main Gate at 0800 THE CAREER Appraisal unit
and proceed to Lake Shore Out Qualified AviatorsUnder makes itself available to all Air-

School, thence to the same routeas DRIVER PERMIT Lent L units on an annual basis,

the first run. OFFICE OPEN watchful eye of VA44 Training Officer, Comdr. giving individual officers opportunity

Afternoon buses will leave St. Thomas Sedell, the squadron's Detachment Alfa deployed to to appraise themselves of

Paul's School pickup point at Florida drivers licenses can NAS ,Leeward Point, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, last month current career prospects.
1455 and be renewed aboard the Station for extensive training.The .
proceed to St. Mat- weapons
Career analysts will also be on
thews School where it will leaveat through September (except training is part of the required -
Labor at With the maintenance know- the scene later this year to give
Day) Building 13.
1545. syllabus established for how and "can-do" spirit of enlisted Station officers the same inforxn-
Military personnel and civil-
THIS BUS will deliver the first ian employees and families of replacment pilots completing the men of the detachment, ,atm and help.
crop of children to Ortega Hills of instruction at VA-44. ell's
both are eligible to renew valid course Comdr. Sed group managedto VP-18 officers will visit with
area and will return immediatelyto Florida licenses at the renewal ACCOMPANYING Comdr. accumulate ten "E" awards the team at 0900 Sept. 9 while
NAS following generally the during competitive exercises at
station. Sedell as instructor-pilot on this VW-4 and FAW-J1 officers will
same route as used in the morn- close of the period.
meet at 1400 that day. VA-44
Office hours are 0900-1700
mission Lt. James Willis. Lt
ing,"for delivery of children. was
weekdays and 0900-1300 Sat- Two efficiency awards in wea- (Please turn to Page 8, CoL 1))
Other buses will leave St. Matthew's (jg) Bernard Basch accompaniedthe
urdays. the usual $1.25 pons training were earned by replacement -
School at. 1505 and LakeShore
; detachment as Maintenance
plus a 25 cent service charge. pilots Lt. Robert
Jr. High at and LABOR DAY IS
pro- Officer.
Courtney and Lt (jg) Clyde

Jones.OTHER replacement aviators Monday FULL, September HOLIDAY 7, is Labor -

I I VA-15 Valions Back From Med TripReturn I receiving "E"s were Lt. James *Day and will be observedas

Hill, Lt. Walter Ohlrich Jr., and such by the Navy and all

of the USS Franklin D. One, VA-15 was noted aboard the 1959 accident-free, totaling 7500 Lt (jgs Jimmy Buckley, Robert other Federal establishments.It .
Roosevelt brought back some 125 FDR as the "Can-Do" squadron. hours and 1700 carrier landings. Owen, John/Vreeland and Darryl will be a holiday for all
members of Attack Squadron 15 the Wright. here except needed maintenance -
During operating periods, the While operating in the Medi-
this week as 12 AD6 Skyraiders AD drivers flew over 3000 hours terranean, "Valion" pilots were Expending some 850 practice crews and duty person-

landed at NAS Jax Monday aft and made over 1500( arrested noted for the 84,000th, 86,000thand I bombs in preparing for eventual nel.Jax
Air News,offices will be
ernoon and the remaining men landings. 87,000th carrier landings weapons qualification and final
returned Tuesday to Hangar 114. While scheduled for some 1500 aboard the FDR and also the competitive exercises, the Detach- closed that day and all pic-

The "Valions," commanded by sorties day and night, they were 3,000th night CCA. ment's pilots flew a total of 182.8 tures and copy for publicationin
10 issue should be
Comdr. W. J. Gray, departed from able to fulfill 1480 of same. All Ports of call visited by VA-15 hours, averaging three hops a day Sept.
the editor's by closeof
here February 13 for the seven- of the above were completed ac- were Naples, Touloun, Genoa, for each man. on
business tomorrow Fri-
month Mediterranean cniise. cident-free. Athens, Livorno, Palermo, Bar- THE UNIT returned to its NAS
Operating in Carrier Air Group VA-15 also completed fiscal celona, Palma and Cannes. (Please turn to P. 8. C. 5)) day.)

3 September 1959 I

Second Third Countdown For Death

-91 S .

d FBM Subs DueThe Minus Ten The old man signed your leave paperS

Navy sends its second but is it enough time for the distance you have to go? Whyworry
xL... l..m.
Capt. James R. Reedy ..................___... ...__.... .. Commanding Officer and third Fleet Ballistic Mis- Mom has a couple of other boys.
Capt. Crayston H. Weber ....... ......... .. ......... ..............__... .. .... Executive Officer sile submarines down the wayson Minus Nine Joe wants to go along? Well, it's one
au lax l"'Iee' !1 Ab 18CkaoaYUle 22 and October the Heck. Joe's
Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig ____?_.............?........... Commander September more than you should carry but what parti-
Capt. Gorge e R. Luker ,. ,. ...__.... _. .. .. Chief of Suit TalrJax 3 when the Patrick Henry and die with just anyone.
?? ? ?? ? want to
apt aUcpncnoa William:_..__.............._...........?___ Chief of SUIT. NAB Six Roosevelt are cular, he would't
Air WIDg Eleven: Theodore need adjustment, but get that
Capt. Robert M. Uilner .._.__....__..........._.,...?. .._............ Commander lanuched on opposite coasts. Minus Eight Brakes
Capt Charles L. Lamblnf .........................._.?..,...,....?...?..?? ChId SUM OtttoarIfoval when leave is over. Besides, who's planning on an emergencystop
Maval Ate Technical Training Center Patrick Henry, designated
Comdr. Robert J. Fleming ....__......_................................. Commanding Officer 559 and the second FBM ?
Comdr.. Gerald R. Pearson ............?........._..?.??,,,.. Executive Officer SSBN of people on the road-holiday.
Honpttel submarine built by General Minus Seven Plenty
p.t. Alton C. Abemethy ....__....................................._ Commanding Officer couldn't use commercial transportation or wait
Capt John O. Fader __.-........._......._......._ Kmcutto Officer Dynamics, will be launched in Too bad they
KAJKTO until later. Who do they think they are?
Capt r. R Holt ........................_..............................._. ............... Commanding Officer Groton, Conn.Theodore the crest of a hill? Everyone
Ooaadr. William E. Hardy; _.__...____.._?.........._?.EzemtlTe: Office Roosevelt, with Minus Six Pass on
hull number SSBN 600, will knows that there are special rules for servicemen. Hey, that r

Printed oommarcuny: with boa- piated fund la Jacksonville floridaat ,be launched at Mare Island would be a good addition to "Famous Last Words." t
no expense to th* rovernmcnt and to NAVKXO8 P *
with +
.... Jujj IBM. Distributed bee of charm to military aDd eNfflan panonn.l Shipyard in Vallejo, Calif. Minus Five Better slow down for this little town, {
fL.n. t Air JacJaonrlU NaTal Air Station. Naval Air Technical Training i
Both boats fire the Polaris is going to keep
>> U Naval can then again. No hayseed cop you
HraTfaomltaLW >>< AIr 1UMnr Training Volt and the U. 8. open up
missile. \ &
Service Information Officer ............,............., Comdr. D. IL Epperson First Polaris-firing FBM sub- from your destiny.
Atalaiaat Service Information Officer. ..........._.- Andrew B. Planes Minus Four Gas up and a quick bite to eat. Maybeone .
Editor: Gordon Robbie;. Staff Reporter*-Alba Paterson; Ron Darla. AN; mersible, George Washington, or two drinks alcohol is a stimulant and driving is 1.
Gene Hagan. JOSN. Staff Photographer Joseph O'Brien. PH3. was launched June 9. It's now
reflexes but why ?
It slow worry Enjoy
The Jax Air News hi a m.mb r of tfca Armed Foray Praai Sortie being fitted out for sea trials tiring might your
Hateilal ppoartnc to thai publication "be
can prwrldtaf
reprintea :
Q.. Pbotefrapha. ....s othorwlN erwtttod are. otncial O. & Warr PPhetob- and should join the Fleet in yourself.
fnptm.fflkwial 1960. Minus Three Tired?,You should pull over and sleep,
> oflVw !located In Room CM, tai Administration Dafldlnfc Phone of leave. You'll have plenty of time later,
Utsoslons net ens,. m or &$. but what a waste
How long is eternity?

Military Reader =; r.* b i::':'"Ii I t 1,'" gxwcFi.. ''''''....,l Minus Two Too Fast? Not for a good driver. Smooth
roads good weather not many cars this early in the J

Offered Ample .t.. dry morning.figures.Statistics make you a setup, but why worry about .'.

.. Minus One Look at that fool about to pull across
Magazine Fare the road You've got the right-of-way, give' him the horn.

Military items of broad interestare J Don't slow down he might think you're chicken. Look out.

appearing in increasing num- he neither heard nor saw you! Try the brakes why

bers in the nation's slick maga- didn't you think of it sooner? Nope, they're not good 'enough :.:

zines. ;k. for your speed. How about. .

Here are names of some articles _IMP ACTII! '

which may be of- interest to the i ttil Too bad. You didn't make orbit, but at least you tried.
military reader.
And you're not alone 40,000 fellow Americans will
U. S. New and World
Report have tried it and failed before the new year.
(Aug. 17, 1959) Speeches of

Army Sec. Brucker and Lt. Gen. Next! *

Trudeau toned down after news

broke that Russia's Premier Civilian Job t

Khrushchev plans US visit this
month (p. 4). VacanciesAnnounced t

March of the News, (same *

magazine) has item on Navy'snew Sunday, September 6

long-range 'radar, high fre- ;
ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL Following is an up-to-date list
quency ionospheric backscatterradar
Tepee ( 13.) : I : 0830 Service of Worship. of top civilian positions vacantin
>> 0930-Sunday School, three- the Naval establishment and

15 Pageant: Control( Space 1959),"-illustrated"The X' ...... '..N.. year-olds through adults, Build- which need filling soon

report of scientific FIRST OF HIS KIND-Leroy Ankeny, ADC, (center) Is ing 722; Service of Worship, I An opening exists for. Super-
experimentsat mustered out of the Nary recently following almost 22 years
Chaplain Beatty. visory General Engineer, GS-13,
Thiokol Chemical Co. on the serrice. Ankeny holds come sort of accomplishment which will
X-15, US rocketship designed to never be duplicated, for he's the first chief to be retired from 1100-Service of Worship. at $10,130 per year, located at

take man on his first trip into the newly-formed HAS Jax Aircraft Maintenance Department. 1830 Teenage Fellowship, Office of the Resident Inspectorof

outer space (p. 114). Sideboys are (from lower left; clockwise) V. E. Kirk, AMC Small Chapel; Senior-High Fel- Naval Material in Pittsfield,
C. Troutman, ATC: J. L. Men PNC: B. W. Capone ADC: lowship, Building 722. Mass.
True (Sept. 1959)-Man-to-Man H. Blevins, ADC, and M/Sgt. J. A. Peterson 1930-United Fellowship of THE JOB entails organizing,

Answers contains reply to query Protestants, Building 722. planning, coordinating and assuming -
concerning how much further .
aviation can take us without 59 Freedoms Foundation. I responsibility for the
I ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL Quality Assurance Departmentat
resorting to rocket power ( 16)). I
Award Program Started 0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass. the activity. .
Time (August 17, 1959)Article"Work He will select Division, Headsin

Done" reviews Congres- The, 1959 letter writing program of Freedoms Foundation ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL collaboration with the Inspec-

sional revisions of Defense Dept.'s ; offers cash awards totaling 9,000 for the best letters on Naval Hospital tor, determine number of engineers

strategic planning in appropriation the subiect: "Mv Job: Protecting America's Freedoms." 0630-Sunday Mass.0930Protestant required and will plan the
of $39.2 billion The is to all
(p. 21.) program open
of each Branch.
exceed 500 words; it must be Service. scope
Parade (August 16, members of the Armed Forceson
1959) typed or written legibly on one Applicants must meet qualifi-
"The Day We Almost Lost the active duty.FREEDOMS cation shouldbe
standards. Form 57
side of the paper; it must be accompanied -
Nautilus", by Jack Anderson (p. Foundation is a by the writer's typedor Venetia Grade SchoolIn sent directly to Supervising

2).' non-political, non-partisan, nonsectarian printed name, rank, militaryand Call For Teachers Inspector of Naval Material,

organization establishedto home addresses, and it must Northeastern District, 207 West
wives with
Destroyer Refitted To create better understandingand be mailed to Freedoms Founda- Navy elementary 24th St., New York 11, N.Y.
appreciation of the Americanway tion school teaching experience or THERE IS need for Engin-
Carry ASW Valley Forge, Pa., before- I an
'CoptersNew of life. next Nov. 1. training who would like to teachat eering Draftsman, GS-6, at O&R
York (AFPS) The Hazelwood Awardswill be $1,000 for first
the Venetia School Department of NAS Jax. Applicants -
In addition to the cash prizes are requested
carrying the Navy's new- place, $500 for second place; 50 ,
; must have of four-
each winner also will receive to call the school office a total
est idea in a
destroyer antisubmarine awards of $100 each and another II and-one-half
warfare, a complete hangarand 50 of $50 each. As in previous George Washington Honor Medal. at EV 93773. nine months years of specialized experienceplus

flight deck for handling helicopters years, the 10 top winners will be experience.NAS .

has left Boston Naval invited to Valley Forge on Washington's has
Civilian Donor Corpus Crristi. Tex.
Shipyard at Charlestown for Birthday, Feb. 22, for the Blood has
an opening for a Supervisory
Newport R. I.
awards ceremony. Maintenance Engineer, GS-12, at

the Helicopters Hazelwood will and take release off from their THE ORIGINAL letter must not Day Set WednesdayIt's $8810 annually. Also for a GS-7

ASW weapons by remote control This ,is the first time Ed Sut- Management Analyst (Forms
The ship is attached to Des- ton has had the benefit of full Civilian Blood Donor Dayis suggested breakfast be Development Control).

DevRon Two, which develops. pre-season training, so vital to set for next Wednesday, limited to citrus juice, toast Complete list of job vacanciesat
September 9, at the Main Dis- with jelly or marmalade, and all Naval establishments is on
new equipment and ideas in theNavy's an offensive halfback.,
pensary in Building Eight. black coffee. record at Employment Office,
destroyer ASW program. A surprise visitor to the Red-
.L skins football camp was Gene Third civilian blood donor It's necessary that donors do Building 907. Further informa

DEFINO SCORES AGAINA Brito, traded this year to the day of the year,'donations will not partake of fatty foods or tion on these and all other posi-

Navy enlisted man, Gaspar Rams for All-Pro Linebacker be accepted at the dispensaryfrom liquids during the four hours tions can be answered there

Defino, of San Diego NTC, cop- Larry M onU.Confronting. 0830 until 1045.' Types nation preceding is time for which do- Office hours are 0730-1200 week-
ped top honors in the Interna- his old end coach, "A" and "O" are needed. After scheduled.

tional Free Pistol and Interna' Joe Tereshinski, Brito said witha donating, arrange-
: Employees wishing to donate ments have been made for you Among all fatal automobile accidents -
tional Aggregate events at the, grin: "Aren't you glad now
should refrain from eating a to obtain
a light in cameas
snack 38.8
National that I didn't learn the at the percent
Matches at Camp Per- Joe,
heavy breakfast that morning. Civilian
Cafeteria result of two or more vehicles
ry, Ohio last month. plays
colliding.Pa .




3 September 1959 JAX AIR NEWS P"0. 3

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Rest To t ,
Twenty-three little bundles are

included on the latest list of
of Americans will
births at the Naval Hospital, with
leaven their lives with outdoor
12 boys and 11 girls entering the
fun on the coming holiday week-
world for the first time.
end. They'll be swimming, boat-
ing, golfing, hiking and fishing.In Born July 20 were: James Robert -
Jr., to James Cannon, AM2,
this national trek to vaca-
and Mrs. Cannon; Brenda Leigh,
tionland, all the services will be ,
to Samuel Chancy, ATI, and Mrs.
heavily represented-holidays are ':,
Linda May, to Billy
"leave time." ,,:-
> Dowdy AEC, and Mrs. Dowdy; 1
But all of us, wherever we are, w.' <; : :: : ,;::; ..:.,j;: Ronda[ ,Lee, to Vincent Hendrick-i, ,
Ii can best get maximum pleasureand
son, AC2, and Mrs. Hendrickson,
relaxation from our holiday : and Randy Keith, to Sgt. and
by avoiding the stresses of Im- :
f ; .. Mrs. John Horton.
\, pulsive travel. i,;, .S'1' # : 7 !4.}y*:.". : } .-
} ; .. Seven births were recorded
+ ash
i, Because we work hard, we .U it ;; David
July 21. They were:
don't necessarily have to play ,
READY FOR TAKE-OFF The giant, 74-lon Argus, Royal Joseph, to Thomas Lee, CS1, and
hard. Some
people organize
Canadian Air Force'i newest and largest aircraft, prepares to Mrs. Lee; Alecia Gay, to Thomas
off-hours at such a furious tempo take off on a demonstration flight for newsmen down Florida's CHAPEL YOUTH McCammon, CS3, and Mrs. Mc-
they return to their jobs worn East Coast. The huge craft was aboard the Station visiting Pe-
out and fretful. They haven't experienced FAVM1 and VP-18 for a week of indoctrination as part of an MEET WEEKLYHigh Cammon; Jo Ann, to Willard

the simple 1 bliss of exchange program to observe antisubmarine warfare tactics employed Protestant sicks, SMl, and Mrs. Pesicks;
by the Wing. school-age Terry Lee, to Boyd Sherman,
complete mental and physical in-
youths are holding
SF1, and Mrs. Sherman; Robert
I action. Sunday at 1830 in Build- Gene, to J. T. Spicer, AN, and
Each year, as 20th Century liv- Giant 'Argus' Is Canadian ing 722. Mrs. Spicer; Henry Michael, to

ing becomes more complex, it's Chaplain Don Alexander, in Capt. and Mrs. Thomas Shirley,

pace more giddy, so does man's charge of the group, encour- and Suzanne, to Lcdr. and Mrs.
periodic escape from tensions become Anti-Submarine Watchdog ages all high school studentsto James Zowarka.

attend the meetings.
more necessary. Many feet below the water or one thousand feet in the consist of devo- Born July 22: John Michael
Programs :
The country, mountains, sea- air, the Jax Air News will go anywhere to cover an event. tions of field to John Elkins, HM1, and Mrs.
study a
a pre-
shore can all offer us escape, if Aboard Canadian Daniel Thomas to Sgt.
Royal Air Force's newest and largest Elkins; ,
sented the
by recrea-
\ we adjust our living to their group,
aircraft Gerald Forehand, and
on an introductory flight over Florida's East Coast and Mrs.
tion, social and j just "good
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1M natural unhurried pulse. last week was a Jax Air News Cary Alan, to Cecil Wilson, AD-
Christian growth accordingto -
'/1'' That way, we restore the human news team, in all probability the Argus' crew consists of 15 men RC, and Mrs. Wilson.

'!r. battery with fresh energy to Navy's first journalist fend photo- -three pilots, three navigators, Chaplain Alexander. July 23 saw arrival of: James

" expend in our duties when, as it grapher to board and fly Can- six radio officers, an airborne Gregory, to Billy Butler, PN3,
must, summertime ends. ada's giant Argus. electronics technician and two
It's A Killer and Mrs. Butler; Nancy Allyson,
THE 74-TON antisubmarine engineers. Only 10 are on duty, to Ralph Dill, AT2, and Mrs. Dill;

1 warfare patrol bomber was at however. It is pointed out thatas What is? Labor Day weekend,, Stephan Du Wayne to Harold
Editor'sLament NAS Jax on an exchange many as 50 have been aboardat Robert
pro- of course. Fales, AA, and Mrs. Fales;
gram to observe antisubmarine one time.Reaching Last year, it cost 420 lives, an l James Jr., to Robert Frontcra

;warfare tactics carried on by the Atlantic near thousands of persons were injured .. AN, and Mrs. Frontera, and Su-

FAW-11. Ponte Vedra Beach, the plane's in traffic accidents alone. san Marie, to Joseph Heiser,AOC,

In return, VP-18, crew was mighty wings tip starboard and Seven of those killed wen 4 e I and Mrs. Heiser.
This is the Jax Air News' scheduled to we head southward. Flying dir-
mess- fly a P2V7 Nep- two Ma and
Navy personnel, were Also, Vicky Lynn, to Corpl.
age to those who are forever tune to Greenwood this week fora ectly off the coast at about 180 rines.
Martin Wayne
Mrs. James ; Billy
critical of this paper's efforts in week of similar indoctrination.In knots for some time, we see St. .. AN and
This year, there will be another Jr., to Billy Phillips, ,
producing an entertaining, informative pre-flight briefing, Comdr.J. Augustine, Marineland and Or- death toll in spite of ali]1 t Mrs. Phillips, and Baby girl, born

product. : H. McGhee, VP-18 skipper, mond Beach slowly passing be- the warnings and advice that will]l to T/Sgt. and Mrs. John Simoni

"What's the use. If we print said, "We have a common mis- low. be published across the nation.

jokes, people say we're silly. If sion with the RCAF, that is, the APPROACHING,Daytona Beach, Don't forget this: UNIFORM REGS CHANGE

we print original matter, they defense of the North American the port wing dips and we head If you, by safe driving during The Navy has announced pub-

say we lack variety; if we pub- continent against attack by seaward, soon to, begin our return this critical time when so manyare lication of a revised edition of

lish things from other periodicals shipping or missies. flight to Jacksonville.From on the highways, can reduce

we're too lazy to write. AT 1345, we board the huge the skipper, we learn the these statistics by one, you will U.S. Navy Uniform Regulations

"IF WE stay on the job in the plane. Argus was built by Canadair of have accomplished something of which incorporates uniform and

office we ought to be out rustlingnews. Having received take-off clear Montreal, specifically for ASW utmost importance to yourself- insignia changes during the past

If we're out rustling news, ance from the tower, we taxi work. He says that until recently saving your own neck. eight years.

we're not attending to business or into position.' Then a tremendousroar RCAF used the P2V7 Neptune, Initial distribution of the 1959
answering the phone."If of the four 3,750-horsepower with which VP-18 is now equip One cigarette to another: "HopeI
ped. don't get lit tonight and makean edition will begin this month and
we use copy as is, we lack turbo-compound Wright engines,
education; if we change the copy, and Argus is, airborne. Somewhere over the blue At- ash of myself" will supersede the 1951 edition.

we're spoiling, a hot ,story and Although she contains an abun- lantic, we begin losing altitude,

making someone angry. dance of latest electronic detec- and rapidly descend to 200 feet. }

"If we select some articles and tion gear for seeking out enemy Then the port wing takes a

leave out others, we're too criti- submarines and carries armamentto drastic dip, appearing to come

cal: if we don't we're asleep. destroy them, Argus was apparently within inches of touching the

designed for comfort, rolling, whitecapped waves. X'r
"IF WE'RE seen reading news rs
papers and magazines, we've got too.HER FOR MINUTES we fly in a

too much manpower; if we don't CREWMEN brag that they counter-clockwise circle, the ,. lii: : f,
scan the periodicals* we're not up enjoy more freedom of movement plane's wings tipped practically

on things. } than do men on any other opera- vertical to the horizon, provingher

"If we publish a pinup the wo- tinal military aircraft in the almost unbelievable maneu

men complain; if we don't the world.
verability.Soon .
men complain."We While in flight, we are able to
walk about various of the the starboard wing low-
use too much sports! We parts
use too much civilian news! We craft at random. We note muchof ers to "meet" the rising port

use too much military news! We the 128-foot-long craft is packed wing, and we find ourselves fly-

use too much suggestion awards with complicated electronic ing once again in a northerly

stuff! We missed a dance at the technical equipment. direction. Rapidly gaining alti-

club! We misspelled a name; 648 However, many of the con-
tude, the huge plane turns inland -
others were alright." veniences of home are found
and it isn't long until we J
The Jax Air News can always aboard, such, as a compact gal )4

find a staff opening for anyone ley, fully equipped with electric fasten our safety belts and pre- 7 %

wishing to put their journalistic refrigreator, stove and toaster.An pare for landing. \

knowledge to use. Stories and adjoining dinette seats four.A Having flown so beautifully on t A ;:

pictures from the field are also LOUNGE conveniently located this two-hour flight, we are re-

more than welcome. midships, is adequately minded of the skipper's words, CARRY LOCAL BANNER The'Marine Corps Techniqueof
furnished with reclining seats, Instruction Competition, an annual event that sees widespread
"Our is of flying
Exceeding the speed limit resulted which also can be used for beds. Argus capable interest among members of the Corps is currently In

in a whopping 40.6 percentof Forward, in a soundproof cabin more than 24 hours without re- progress. As in most military competition local and area contests -
Lt Col..W. P.
accidents resulting in deaths Flight Lt. R. N. Lloyd, com- fueling." are held then regional and national events.
Marine Air Detachmentat
Mitchell, (right) commanding officer of
and'injuries in 1958. Second high- manding officer of RCAF Ma- (The Jax Air News also goes NATTCenier. congratulates AdtGySgL W. A. fluster Jr. and

est cause was by drivers who did rine Patrol Squadron 406, is at underwater/ This experience will Act Sgt. W. G. local and area winners The two are'

not have ,the right-of-way. the controls. be related in next week's issue.) now competing Cows Marine Force test at Camp Lejeua


4 JAY AIR NEWS 3 September 1559

M. v Duval Polio Chapter In Urgent Need .

Of.. Funds To Carry- On Assistance'

The face of crippling is always dealh. Requests for assistance are If you are thankful you and
snatched from The crippled : ury.
harsh. Sometimes it is so harshwe turned daily. Crip- your children are safe from crippling
began to walk. The Salk vac- being away
would rather not look at it. of polio becauseyou
cine became a wonderful reality. pled children must be denied because ravages
But whether we look at it or not, of lack of funds. have been given polio vac-

the face is still there. During the coming days, Duval the Duval cine by the Navy, be sure to
For many years
Once people turned their backson County Chapter of the National County Chapter of the Polio make your donation. Make your
the face of polio. While they Polio Foundation putting on a Foundation rendered financial assistance check payable to: Polio, P. O.
did, the disease raged unchecked. special drive for funds to finance Box 5862, Jacksonville 7, Fla.
With, "TheToastmasters remainder of this in the case of Navy per- that the will
When they met, the problem the year. So chapter know
squarely and did something aboutit The local polio chapter now has sonnel. Now the foundation is in the Navy is helping, mark "Navy"

things began to happen.The about $20 thousand in unpaid desparate need of help from the beneath the signature of your

A Ladies Night and speak-off desperately stricken were bills with no money in the treasON Navy. check.

contest highlighted last Thurs- 4X l 1. ?': .Mt Y.S MM .
day's meeting of Mar-Nav Toast-' r..{\ : 2 ({ t r F:, Aquatic Aircraft Not Unusual

masters- Club 2280 at the CPO } vy'.V:? :}:{; }. xp .} ti,
Club. ivk4d: :,:G E'.%3 :: :

Six men vied to represent the f Visitors To HAS Jax Scene

Club at the Area Speak-Off to be
held in the near future. Wally It is not unusual to look out into the St. Johns River,
"..ff4 '. the Naval Air Station and see a familyof
Conyers with "What Has Hap- 's : R i r a a Fr the eastern border ,

pened To the Hula Hoop" was Js M. seaplanes or one lone amphibious aircraft riding lightly on

chosen to carry the banner. .}} >r..t1+, tah;, .' .. .,{f:: : ..'.. ,' :+,%/ the water like fat, grey birds. .
R In take-off or landing these
Alternate will be Bill Reed, the beaching gear brought out to
visitors look not unlike
who chose as his speech "The the plane by the beach crew.
ducks dragging their
Steel Strike's Effect On the U.S." large .proud Three tractors on the beach then
the water leaving a
feet along ,
of the
haul the plane out water
Paul LeBlanc spoke on "It's white, spray trail behind.
and the
About Time" with Dean up ramp.
Tupper BUT FOR ,all its picture que-
giving an insight on "The American The seaplane beach crew, und-
N rye lit ness, the giant'' P5M-2 aircraft,
Educational System." Also Operations Department, is on
the Navy's only operational sea-
speaking were Bill Kellogg on"It's call 'round the clock. Eight men
plane is a highly functional de-
Later Than You Think" and are assigned as permanent crew,
Jim Wood "Dear Mr. Congressman. 'w..t "Y ta.'Mar; } >-;r :.;J .u M lw"wiy'w"' pendable long-range patrol craft. with extra hands being drawn,

." Except for an occasional train- from the Boat House.

ing mission, seaplanes at NAS
Bill Gosnell, immediate past East Coast seaplane operationsare
Jax are generally just nocturnal
president of VIGO Club 332 of out of Norfolk, both a train-
Terre Haute, Ind., Capt. Hansenof "f.'a1' '{9ecyy"-I.' guests, on their way home from ing and operational base for the
ASW operations in the Carib-
Marine Air Detachment and VP seaplane squadrons. On the

four contestants in the Marine : :<<:.,ww;,: .....o:::':':*, ,;':","- .,. ......,. iIff: ....N,;:.:,::; = bean, or on their way south West Coast, San Diego is hometo
Technique of Instruction compet- THE WAY It's portable beaching gear detached, from Norfolk. the seaplanes, and in the Gulf,
titian were welcomed along with awaiting clearance from Operations Tower, P5M.2 mores out The illusive visitors are accorded it's Corpus Christi.OCCASIONAL .
several women guests. Into the St. Johns Hirer for take-off. Preferring slightly white the standard services avail-
capped water to complete calm, when suction is difficult: to P5Ms ferried
Topics ranging from break, and a 10-knot wind, the seaplane usually requires 2000 able to all transit aircraft, including from one coast, to the other or
Generation" the "Beat feet take-off distance. Plane above, one of VP-44 detachment fuel, lubrication, provi- between Corpus Christi and Nor
to "Competition inusiness" here recently, left soon after for'Us home base at Norfolk. Jax
folk make use of as a con-
were heard at Tuesday sions and necessary minor re
night's session of Navy Civilian pairs. yenient stopover, if not Pensa-
Tpastmasters.Comparion. cola, which also can handle sea-
5coufingS'quadronsVAP..6Z BUT BEFORE 'housekeeping planes.
of work and
accomplishments -
gets underway the seaplane must
by federal em- One such stopover plane that
ployees as to that done by private tion training,'the "MiddieS"Viewed be ramped and beached using recently was downed 100 miles

industry was expounded by Bill Chief A. K. Litz of Heavy Comdr..Damon Cooper's Hornets -i one of the six sets of portable' off Bermuda and taxied the dis-

Purcell. in "Competition in Business Photographic Squadron 62 is retiring perform over-the-shoulder, wheels, or secured to one of the tance to shore, has been here for

';r" Nikita Khrushchev upcom after 22 years in the Navy.As loft bombing and in-flight refuel- 15 buoys out in the river. O&R repairs since August 4. An
Ing'visit was basis for Max Sut- part of his departing ceremony .. ing techniques in the A4D Sky-
tr's The procedure calls for the incoming unusually lengthy tenant, the
delivery "
on "Envoys; Big Litz reviewed the squadron hawk. '
Daddy Nord, supposedly king of at August 28 inspection. High point in the show was the plane's crew to secure to P5M is referred to as "Ramp

the Beatniks in California and Comdr. C. W. Hollinshead, napalm, max load and rocket the King buoy, and make fast Queen" by the beach crew.

his "beat" addicts got a good : VAP-62 commanding officer, expressed drops performed by VA-44's stal-
going over from John Will in everyone's feelings when wart AD-6 Skyraiders.

Beat Generation," while Ezra he stated that the squadron would Four ,F8U Crusaders of Fight-

Batte pointed out failure of peo- : experience a great loss when Litz er'Squadron 174 rounded out the 'f4 r'
ple and nations to i 'X
properly com- departs.
day's activities with rocket passes -
municate with each other in The men of VAP-62s Detach- and precision flight demon-
ment, 12 in the Azores report strations. .

Lawton Green as Master Eva- satisfactory progress and say Comdr. Albert Waldman Jr., of A # ti
J ator headed critics which in- they have their hands full. A CVG-4 Staff, was officer-in-charge 4: j5jj.T'

uded E. K., McIlrath, Walt number of additional missions and airborne coordinator of the
Stanul, Gordon King and Paul have been assigned the busy demonstrations. Imparting long

Ames. group. experience in this field, his air

Van Norman served as self- VAP-62s successful softballteam shows are invariably an event

appointed judge in presiding overa is back from the wars, after which the "Middies" long remem-
court hearing in which the pre- winning the ComNav Air Lant ber and of which Capt. Dose's

sident was defendant during table Tournament at Norfolk. The club "Savvy Tigers" 'are justifiably

topics. Arguments were heard was, beaten in CincLant play, proud.
by the
prosecution and defense however.A .
with the membership rising to "welcome aboard" is extended VW-4 '
give their individual verdict of to the following: chiefG. An "all hands" picnic was held

guilty or not gulty. H. Missler from VQ-2; chief Saturday at the big NATTCenter

Much to the dismay of the John Hilderbrand from Patuxent outdoor pool with more than 400

judge, the defendant was found River, Md.; F. W. Tombler, ADI, in attendance.The .

not guilty and offered counter from Quonset Point, R. I.;, andR. picnic, first event of its

charges against the judge and A. Stoll and R. H. Haberly, kind this year, consisted of soft- ,

witnesses for character assasinan I both PHAANs. .from. Pensacola. ball, volleyball, swimming, horse-

tion.Dick shoes and games for children.
Baber was toastmaster for VA-44
the evening.The For the fourth time in as many Children's sack race winners

club will install its new months, the Hornets of Attack were: Ronnie Lalk, Linda Hund

officers,Opt. 6 at Karl Hellent a1's Squadron 44 launched the "Mid- ley, Sherill Kack, Mark Giles,
die Detachment" aboard the USS
Restaurant, with wives as guests. Sieve Johnson, Vicki Lynn Stew-
Other, Antietam off Pensacola.The .
outstanding programs for art, Connie Sisler and Lonnie
the' future were announced a Detachment is participating -
joint meeting with the Sunshine in a CVG-4 Air Power Demonstration Sistar.

Tqasfmistress qub on Sept: }5, for' Naval Academy In the' 'hrowa-bagger versus SEPTEMBER SONG This monilsfs holiday honors Labor.
and' .aa 'outdoor" barbecue. Sept. ,MfdsI 1Pmen. single men race, Lt .(jg) Dick I think Irs.task MiamI for a woman"*o Jui alt and look pretty so don't you
at As part,of their summer avia- Carpenter was winner. calendar B.achs'Annetts' Sulor,1: 'orerwoxlied? She's our
girl for the month.Page .


1 'j

3 September 1859 I lAX Am HEWS Ii'Iret_i

Credit Unions' Moss-Laden Scenic Spot

EducationalRole Majestic Old Oak Here

StressedFirst : ,?" e eNPQTYN

; i i\ \; Holds Colorful
objective of any credit .;ii L.. ,i:"J1'1; ;, 1''f: < History
union should be to develop best { !j 11 : -, .
possible service and pass this ,.?; 1 ; ,\ "I think that I shall never see America."

to all : '::' tlfi'1 A poem lovely as a tree "
service along persons (! ; AT THE sight pj {his towering
ble tar membership.A ." '(;.it i 'jljG'i { Surely the tree that inspired oak, too, Gene Pgtefhorpe, ofthe

thoroughly informed mem- :I;, ;: ;f i Joyce Kilmer's immortal British Army established
1 : i poem could be no more majestic -
bership provides the best found- l than the oak that standsin headquarters during his campaign
ation for safety and developmentof against the Spaniards at Fort P-}
"officers' here
country" a
a credit union. Widespread ; colata, further up the St. Johns
hundred feet the
membership participation assures .. . few beyond River.In .
democratic 'control of the CU.The '. "i.\' ".'.,:. Naval Hospital on. Mustin 1812, from the shadows of

Jax Navy Federal Credit .,.?. road. this oak, American forces aided

Union, in Building 39, is aboard -. ONE OF the pldest oak gees by the President of the Republicof

the {Station to help you. And you ,in the state| of Florida, or even .in Florida, who owned the sur-

can help the Credit Union by this part of the county for that rounding acres, launched an attack

a c tiyely Baking part in its affairs. matter, it has been scene of many against the Spanish on the
historical events.
East bank of the river.
fact that at least
pie! {o the
According to an inscription on THE OAK is quite large in
25 per cent of voluntary leadership '
'. a plaque at bash of the oak, it size, but more imposing than ,its

in credit it's unions is replaced to find '....VT""" ."[" .i'N'K'YMIVF.. WP tYNNKVA9YV-r'I'--M __....w1'.r..ww.wn' ...._.......-_ was underneath its sprawling size is its beautiful contours,
every year, necessary I and.'marks moss-laden branches that Pedro which throw off a circle of shad-

new material regularly. in this area, this regal oak was the Ut Menendez, founder of St. Augus- ows. At the base is is over 20 feet
Right} now, the Educational events dating back to Indian days.: From horse 19: ].| plants, tine, parleyed with Ucita, chiefof in circumference.
Committee of the Jax Navy Cre- it has. withstood drought and hurricane, teak and famine, yet .
in its perfect contour and massiva trunk rtraaln: for ill to admlr the Timuquan'Indian tribe.It Surprisingly, few people knowof
dit Union can use volunteers The moss-laden beauty is located on Muslin road, Just beyond was way back in 1565 that this scenic oak. But in times

educating members to advantagesof the Naval Hospital. In photo below, an NAS Jax sailor stopsto Menendez, a Spanish Admiral, past it has become a camera
CU -membership.If read plaque at foot of the old oak, which describes. its color- founded the "oldest city in man's delight for those who have

interested in taking a more ful history. visited the spot'Clansmen'

active role in your Credit Union, ? .. ,

contact-vibe manager right away. Reins Of VP-16 Set

American Labor Taken Over By Pace] For 6th

Handed Salute Comdr. Barco Fleet Outfits

Secretary of Defense has issued -
Comdr. Leslie T. Barco assum- 7 y After 26 weeks of extensive
a statement saluting American ;
ed 16 operations in the Mediterraneanas
labor on the occasion of charge of Patrol Squadron
Labor"Day this morning at the outfit's de- part of Carrier Air Group Six,

Sec. Neil McElroy said "Labor ployment site at NS' Argentia, officers and men of Attack Squadron -
Nfld. a 46 are now back' at their NAS
Day provides an opportunity to I Cecil Field home.
emphasize the key role American Comdr. Barco relieved Comdr.
&J VA-46, commanded by Comds.
labor plays in our defense effortsas Jackson W. Clark, who reportsto Kent L. Lee with .Lcdr. GeorgeW.

a partner of the Armed Forces. NAS Corpus Christi, Tex. The Laughlin as executive officer,
new skipper joined the squadronas
"Construction of complex military compiled an outstanding record
executive officer in July of
facilities and the productionof during deployment.

fine weapons and equipment 1958. .i A total of 2,105: hours put. the
by American labor merit recognition VP-16 flies an anti-submarine "Clansmen" out front of all Sixth

}.and deep pride. version of the Lockheed P2V-5F Fleet jet squadrons Jn the matterof

"The Department of Defense Neptune patrol bomber which ;is flight time, helping the unit

salutes American labor on this has capability to seek out and n a to live up to its monicker of the

occasion," the Secretary concluded. destroy enemy submarines un- ; Navy's "First and Finest Jet At-

assisted. tack Squadron."

The Neptune, powered by two In totaling 1070 carrier land-

reciprocating and two jet engines, Ings, six "Clansmen joined ranksof
VJ-1 Plank Owners'Needed
is a land-based airplane with "Centurions" in the A4D-2
Hunters Should Become
For ReunonOf very lone range and enduran Skyhawk. They were Comdr. Lee,
Lt. John Yamnicky, Lt (jg) Elmer -
Veteran Squadron The unit is on fivemonth'sdeployment
Familiar With Borgardt, Lt (jg) Weston
Barbers Point NAS is conduct- at Argentia, a north-
: Byng, Lt (jg) Jerome Watson.
ing a search for charter membersof ern "auxiliary" station of many
to purchase a new gun for that hunting trip and Lt jg) Jerald Foley.
One formerly
Utility Squadron NAS Jax-based patrol outfits.
VJ-1 but now VU-1. this fall? If so and the pocketbook allows, why not buy the Comdr. Lee is due to be reli-
The "Eagles" are scheduled to now? eved soon by Lcdr. Alfred J. Hall.
Commissioned in 1925, the return to their Jacksonville homein weapon A rifle or shotgun must be an
Whether it is a rifle for big
squadron celebrates one-third of early October. I old friend by hunting season for
a century of service during Oct- game or a shotgun for bird hunt- you to get the most out of it. By Comfair Jax ,Flag
should be thoroughly:
ober. VJ-1 made history by per- Statistics, pledges and slogansdo familiar you with the gun before you. using it every chance you get, Unit Reins ChangeFlag
forming hazardous aerial map- you develop desirable habits and
not seem to change our atti- to home with a
can expect come
Administrative Unit Com-
ping of barren lands of Alaska in get rid of ones that could lead to ,
1926.If. tude about the. Luckless. Legion. trophy. trouble. mander Fleet Air Jacksonville,

know of whereabouts of HABIT CAN be the key to With a rifle, sights and the changed commanding officers in
you owners" Will you be one of the Luck- success'for experienced hunters. breech mechanism are the most brief ceremonies' at the unit's
any VJ-1 "plank con-
tact Navy No. 14, FPO, San less Legion's recruits this week- However, there are good and bad important parts to be familiar headquarters at NAS Jax Mon-

Francisco, Calif. end? habits, and this is particularlytrue with. day morning.
t in handling of weapons.C'I'O IF YOU can get to a range, Comdr. John K. Davis Jr., assumed -
sight the weapon in at varied command of I the flag unit,

LAST &c'M' distances, always getting i the relieving Comdr. A. G. Bowers,
I Notes \ In since of
| same sight pictured. If you kpow charge September

weeke dI the type of country you'll be 1956.
The "Captain's Ball" honoringnew hunting in, practice shooting at The new commanding officer

NAS Jax commanding officer the range you expect to use most.A was previously with ComFair
Capt. James R. Reedy, is Jax Anti-Submarine Warfare De-
skeet or trap range is an ex-
scheduled for tomorrow (Friday) i partment. Comdr. Bowers is heading -
cellent way to get used to a shot- '
at 2100. for duty with the stall of
gun. Only through many practice
Uniform for the occasion'will : NATTCenter Memphis.
sessions can you get used to the
be tropical*white long. Entertain- feel of the weapon.
ment will be provided by the
Women's Kegling
\ Dry-firing, combining the cor-
;m rect sight picture with operationof 'League Planning Start

The initiation of new chief pet- the breech, is another good Naval Air Station civilian

ty officers, always a big event for way to get used to your'weapon.IF women keglers are planning to

the Club, is slated Wednesday, YOU'RE buying new gun, start the fall bowling season

Sept. 16 at 1130. try to get one with the type of September 10 at Bowl-O-Matic

Plans are underway for the action you are familiar with, suchas Lanes on Blanding boulevard. -

"End-of-the-Season" picnic set bolt, lever or pump. Interested persons should con

[DON'T mate for Saturday, Sept. 26. Chicken Reaching for the bdlt on a lev- tact Employee Services at extension

:* ... will be on the menu and a brass er action gun when a big buck 8652 right away. Begin:
'ftyw/* ff A J' band will be there old j jumps may sound funnny, but it ners and persons with 300 aver

fashioned concert mvsic. has happened. ages are invited to participate.




6 JAX AIR., NEWS 3 September 1959

,' ,, ? 3J
+i""''' >ll' ,.; tt @" '"t
iU. S. World ..f, "I
Workingman: Envy Of : .
-."l.ttf.f 1.
: : '
+ The first Monday in Sep- working man. responsibility, encourage 'others -' : ;':,,l' ..... ':.. i

'.LT.. w f PMM tember is a holiday we have "Labor in this country is independent to follow. .f.. \\ ....... 1

come to think of for reasons and proud." Daniel
The son of today's sergeantor
almost irrelevant to its orig- Webster said it as far back as
CPO Is tomorrow's cade\ or iM Si LEFAMIY1
inal purpose. 1824 and it's basic to our society bl
midshipman, just as the son i
It formally ends vacations, today. The U.S. workingman of today's machinist is tomor- etS
meaning back to school and is the envy of the world row's executive. K

back from vacations. To statis- for the standard of living he <
ticians, it means a long week- enjoys. Labor Day, then, is a fine : n(
end with appalling loss of life. The Armed Forces reflect institution, but it is not an d(

But how many of us think of this healthy trend. Men of exclusively civilian' one. The The Navy's Sparrow I is an M

it as Labor Day? Since 1882 a humble origin and modest I man doing his job in fatiguesor air-to-air missile which has been

For Rent day dedicated to the dignity means go up the ladder and, dungarees instead of over- operational with the Fleet since tiBI

3-Bdrm unfurn hse with gar. and skill of the American when they reach positions of alls rates charter membership. the spring of 1956. It is 12 feet

Near bus. 4163 Lexington Ave. r long, weighs 300 pounds and ir
EV 9-1873. has a speed of more than 1,500

2-Bdrm unfurn hse kit equip, Wright? Right!, s' S2gkA '% atS' m.p.h. \at\

large grounds, place for boat. After being fired from Navy cc

Adults. $75 per mo. 2268 W. Lake Orville Wilbur fighters either singly or in rapid

Shore Blvd. (Cedar River) EV- sequence salvos, the Sparrow is w
9-4652 after 1700. guided to a target by a beam
b:. transmitted by the launching air- inK
2-Bdrm unfurn hse kit equip. Wanted WingsFiftysix

$85 per mo. 4324 Appleton Ave. craft's radar. The Sparrow I does Jc

EV 9-0421. years ago when Orv- not have nuclear capability.A )

Furn apt gas and elec paid, ille and Wilbur Wright made the versatile weapon, Sparrow I SIw

adults. 204 River Rd, Orange Pk. world's first airplane flight at can attack high and low altitudejet ,

1-Bdrm furn apt elec and wat- Kitty Hawk, N.C., neither pioneer bombers and fighters.The a

er furn. Conv. shop center and dreamed of the tremendous Sperry-Farragut Co. pro- gig

bus. 2037 Hershcel St. (Five Pts) technical strides that in half a IL duced the missile, which is no

EV 7-3842 or EV 9-8176 after century would make the U.S. a longer in production
1730. leader in the air age. Replacing early version in air "

2-Bdrm unfurn, redec. hse kit They wouldn't have believed, defense of the fleet is the Spar- IBt

equip. $85 per mo. 4324 AppletonAve. either, that in 1959 Lt tjg) Or- /AP-\\ row III, developed by Raytheon hi

EV 9-0421. ville Wright Jr., at the Navy's L Manufacturing Co. ft

2-Bdrm furn apt. $65 per mo. Saufley Field would be mak- / The all-weather Sparrow HI

Doctor's Lake Dr. CO 4-9264. ing his first solo flight in a T-34 is 12 feet long, weighs 350 av
pounds and hits a top speed of el:
, For Sale trainer with 225 horsepower.The .

I 3-Bdrm hse, garage, hardwood frail craft which the more than 1,500 m.p.h. A'M'

floors, elec appliances incl. Fenc- Wrights took aloft had 12 horse- r
ed yard. Low monthly pymt 4% Outside a little church we R j
power. E-9 RETIREMENT Haultain Smith, ATCM, (center) M,
mtg. 5204 Dugdale Rd. SP 1-4461. leading chief at FAETU, was piped out last week, becomingone noticed the following sign announcing -
.T h e Wrights couldn't have
3-Bdrm 2 bath brick hse, gar- of the first of the Navy's master chiefs to enter the Fleet Sunday's sermon: "Do
age. GI equity 4te% SP 1-2058 foreseen also that Lt. Orville Reserve. His "piping out" took place in presence of Rear You Know What Hell Is?"
Wright would have a brother Admiral Kenneth Craig, (center rear) Commander> Fleet hit Underneath that question
3-Bdrm 1958 hse trlr. Com- tDa.tprinted
who is a lieutenant in the ,Air Jacksonville and Commander Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval in JiR
smaller "Come
Assume Force. District. Smith was among the first five men to be advanced type:
\, to the new E-9 rate two years ago. In and hear our new organist." JiG
(Ponte Vedra) AM 8-2282. His name? Wilbur.

27, ft hse trlr $700. 6301 Roose- No kin to the famed inventors,
Bureau Of Meds Celebrates 117th
velt Blvd. EV 99397Miscellaneous the brothers believe their names

were chosen because their father,
Couple to share home with Sc
Orville Wright (another In Reminiscent MoodThe
widow. $40 per mo. 1821 Euclid one?), Anniversary W

St. EV 8-8045. was born in 1903, the same year mf

Riders wanted-To that the Wrights took to the air name's the same after bare
PHYSICIANS were originally the latter war, some 12 hospital
DC. On or about Sept. 12 EV at Kitty Hawk. (AFPS). 117 years, but the Navy'sBureau selected by commanders of Naval vessels were in operation by the

8-9640 or EV 9-9668. Jerry. of Medicine and Surg- vessels to serve on individual Navy.

Swap Wanted-15 mo. obli- ery is synonymous with medi- and often were assisted t er
TIDE TABLE Other developments of great
cal advancements.The .
gated servo Would like to swap mall LOW only by the oldest or most incompetent value include a book, Instructionfor CO'
with AK2 in Jax Daniel Medical Department'sstory
of the seamen on
AM PM AM: PM Medical Officers, now knownas
Baldwin i AK2, VF-102, NAS through these many yearsis board. tic
Fri. 8:31: 8:52: 2:15: 2:34: the Manual of the Medical De-
Oceana, Va. one to arouse pride. Continuous -
Lost-Class ring from South Sat. 9:17: 9:38: 2:58: 3:22: strides have been taken in When the Navy Departmentwas partment; a Naval Medical
Sun 10:05: 10:26: 3:42: 4:11: formed in 1798, surgeons a dsurgeon's School, for post-graduate instruc- :
Park High School, Beaumont, the quality of medical care given be
Mon. 10:57: 11:18: 4:31: 5:06: mates were given com- tion in special aspects of Naval
Tex.' Initials W. C. inside band. Navy and Marine Corps person- '
missioned status. They still serv- medicine, and annual examina-
Return to W. C. Chilton NAS
nel.MONDAY I ed on an individual basis, how- tions of Naval personnel, the lat- to
Comm. marked 117th birthday -
ever. ter idea adopted in 1909. su
of the Bureau. It was cele-
Annual AFMeeting Congress established the pres- THE TERM Medical Corps, was di:
3o.a. AYb' brated on the local scene with a
On At Miami Beach fir ent Bureau Aug. 31, 1842, and is first used in 1871. Since 1918, be
party-dinner dance at the NAS
the only Bureau still retaining its Medical officers have held the Ai
The 13th annual national con- Jax Officer's Club that night.
original name. regular military titles of their vo
vention and 1959 Aerospace Pan-
Among guests present were rank. .
The first hospital was estab-
orama of the Air Force Associa-I
fir r
tion underway at Miami Beach is w- ,' < < d Rear Admiral Kenneth Craig, lished some years earlier in Nor- Before 1898, enlisted assistants

attracting AFA Commander Fleet Air Jackson- folk, built mostly by voluntarY were known as loblolly boys, lea
some 4,000 members J Y 3ryv QAy jr ville
and Commander
Naval Air
and leaders of governmentand funds and monies from fines and surgeon's stewards, apothecaries,
industry.The Bases, Sixth Naval District. forfeitures.THE nurses, and baymen.The ha

new Miami Beach Exhibi- Also, Drs. Samuel Day and F. BEST known early hos- Hospital Corps, for en- to

tion Hall contains more than K. Hurt, outgoing and incoming pital ship was the Red Rover, listed men, was formed in that Jar

100,000 square feet of these ex* president of the Duval Medical in use during the Civil War. The year and the 61 ensuing* years Fo

Ihibits. The event closes September :Or'FbK Society, Capt. James R. Reedy, staff included the first female ,have seen the Hospital Corps ru]

6. NAS Jax skipper, and commanding nurses of record in the Navy. demonstrate increasingly high Vc
officers of other local com- morale and technical competence.
During WWI and WWII, more 1
During maneuvers an Army mands. and more advanced hospital ships Navy Nurse Corps was estab- "\\'

commander ordered this notice TODAY'S gleaming white hospitals were developed. Near close of lished without commissioned rank "3

posted: '"This bridge has been f} equipped with latest gear in 1908. In WWII, over H',000: deth\

destroyed by air attack." and staffed by specialists are Herrmann Martin Take nurses were in service. (

But to his dismay he saw a far removed from the Navy's beginning THE DENTAL Corps, established | mi.
foot regiment calmly walking in 1798. AE Graduation Honors in 1912 and which observedits cis

across: the "destroyed" bridge. Then there was no medical department Ranking highest in Aviation anniversary last week, has L ,
A messenger sent to Investigate Electrician's Mate School last provided Dental officers who have ;}

reported: "Ifs all right, sir, they only individuals, anda week were Pfc. Raymond Herr- served ,in both world wars and) sw

are carrying a sign saying 'We severely wounded sailor had mann of Brooklyn, N.Y. and Korea. I AlA
are swimming.!" little hope of Glenn Martin ,
recovery. AEMAN, of Guy- The Medical Service Corps,
The Navy death rate has now mon, Okl The Class "A" gradu started in 1947, gives commissioned Idu,

Teacher: "Can anyone tell me fallen to its lowest point in his- ation was held August 28 at rank to administrative inre
why a man's hair turns NATTCenter.
tory. This was two specialists and men trained in
cent for
than his mustache CORRAL CUTIE-Most cowpunchers rem
quicker Martin has been assigned to such fields as pharmacy optom-
would take delight in Navy and Marine personnel
"Sure. Ifs because
Bright Pupil:
being fenced in by curvy Karen wounded in Naval Air Facility ,Monterey, etry, psychology, bacteriology and rc
his hair has lei 20-year Steele a' beauty in buck. combat during the Calif. Herrm nn's' 'new assignment other seiences related to medi 'n1'or
headctart on his mustache skim Korean conflict is unknown. cine. '



1 .

3 September 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Page 7

\Juniors EndSummer I,

\ Of

\ Pin SpillingActivity L E/ 5' \ ,

for "Little League" I

bowlers aboard the Station end-

ed with presentation of trophies Siufz, Polansky FOOTBALL

Saturday at the Mainside Lanes.

Some 40 youngsters, all begin- Team Wins In BEGINS!

ners in the ten-pin sport and all

dependent children of Two-Ball GolfFour
Navy or
The 679th Air Force starts
Marine personnel, took part in
defense of .its crown when i
the summer-long bowline winners highlighted the ,,
gram. pro- annual All-S tat i ion Two-Ball takes the field at 1600 in open-

All eight of the teams enteredin Tourney last'Sunday at the Sta- ing game of the long Mainside
intramural touch football sea-
competition received golf course.
a trophyat the Sta-
son next Tuesday at
Saturday's presentation.Lcdr. Joe Stutz and Mrs. Lew Po- dium.

W. H. Murphy officiated' at the lansky walked away with the The Air Force club, champion -

ceremony. low gross title when they turnedin although on the local

Team Four won the bunting, a fine 79. sporting scene a few scant

with the following youths mak- In the low net department, years, meets a brand new

ing up the winning combo: three top winners came forward challenger in Aircraft Main-

Kathern and Dorothy Flores, out 'of the field of over 30 duos tenance.
Joseph and Paul Rockford and The intramural volleyball
with Dr. and Mrs. William Fraser -
Sharon Rich. taking first low net with a 69; begins play September 10 with

High average mark for boys ..._ ,. ,,. ... .. __ Paul Deleen and Gary Polansky VA-44 opposing VAP-62 at
was set by : :::>'iI. """ ;:"" "" :<<;W"'n.; ": 4til'Ho.1OWiJ'
Johnny Morris, witha 1115 and VW-4 going against
placed second while Don Scott and
129. Cathy Miller BOWLING BANTAMS A host of youngsters, all children
paced the of personnel aboard the Station, attended weekly bowling classes David Stets tied with Dot Knightand VP-5 at 1215.
girls with an average of 97. during the past two months. With regular school "in" and bowl- Ray Barnett for third place. Golf action on the intra-

Rolla Rich piled up the highest ing school now "out" trophies to highlight close of the season mural level is slated for play

game of the summer, getting 170 were awarded Saturday. Winning team in league play was Several individual prizes were every Monday, Wednesday and
Sticks.. Kay Christensen I! composed of, left to right, Kathern and Dorothy Flores, Paul pesented with Martha Hudson Friday with first persons tee-
Rockford, Sharon Rich and Joseph Rockford. winning the nearest 'to the pin
high game for girls with a 140 t : ing-off September: 14.
for ladies with a ten inch effort.
effort. Following the 679th-Air-
VAP-62 In .""or men, nearest to the pin was
Achievementaward Tripped craft Maintenance opening
Harry Thompson with a 14 inch
was given to Mike Tufar- shot. football tilt, VW-4 is due to

ella while Special Achievement meet Ordnance and Gunnery
Awards were won by Jackie Bid For Fleet 'TitleAfter Longest putt by ladies was an September 9 with VP-5 meet-

Mitchell, Beth Bernstein, Sharon 18 foot roller by Jo Ann Polan- ing Operations, the followingday

Rich, Jimmy Milner, Steven I storming to the ComAirLan't crown, VAP-62 sky, while Harry Thompson sank and Administration facing

Mayer and Paul Rockford. bowed in the Atlantic Fleet Softball Tourney. at Norfolk the longest putt for men with a VA-44 September 11.

last week. for the Photomen as Servlant 16 foot try.Longest The VP-5 crew swings back
I The Heavy Snappers ran intoa
collected ten off the first drive into action Monday 14
Jax brick wall in their first game runs recorded for the Sept. .
Spiker in the Fleet tourney as Fleet two pitchers. day, was a 265 yards efffort by against Aircraft 'Maintenance

Marine Force held the Photomento EAST AGAIN came in as a re- William Hughes.The with VA-44 ajid Operationsdown

Representing All one hit in copping a 2-0 win. lief man and turned in a fine per ringer tourney also finish for a September 15 en-
formance, hurling shutout bal]I gagement. I
ed weekend with Jim Wood
Tex Goodson substained the over
Of East At during his stint.
MeetRalph loss after giving up the runs on winning in a flip over Maxine'Shatterwhite -

Callaghan AEC two hits in the first two innings. Buz Richardson and John i ; with a net of 45. Vi Mainside Gym will reopen
of AE Faris kept the VAP-62 hopes Tuesday with tentative hours set
Pollock 47 was third on a draw
School in to
at NATTCenter left last WILLIE EAST came relieve -
alive with Richardson collectinga from Paul Daleen, while Mrs. for 1100-2100. The gym had been
to attend the mid-year Goodson and pitched one
round tripper and.Faris gettingtwo H. F. Gingrich had a 48 to finish closed all summer.
meeting of the National Volley- hit shut-out ball rest of the way.
bingles. fifith.
ball Association hit for the Photomen was
in Chicago, Ill. Only Coast Guard Academy swim-
garnered by Goodson in his first Although VAP-62 picked up
Callaghan was elected player- time at bat. help from ComAir Lant teams, The EM Wives Bowling League mer John Schmidt tied the New

representative for the entire East- nucleus of the squad remainedthe has scheduled a meeting for next England butterfly record of 58
In second for the locals,
ern and Southern game
Regions of the ServLant hung a 10-6 defeat on same as that which played Tuesday at 1900 in{ Building 572. seconds as the Academy dunked
country while at the National here with Howard Bayles, Wes
Championships VAP-62, eliminating them from All interested bowlers are invitedto Connecticut 44-42 for the first
in May. The posi- Blocker, Richardson, Bob Clow '
tion includes representation for further competition. Three hurl- Chuck Chadwick, Faris, an to attend. time in history. .

both military and civilian players ers made the trip to the mound I Henry Walker comprising the

and has never previously original VAP-62 team with Good- i

been held by a military man. son, Hoagy Carmicheal and East !

Callaghan's main job will be coming from units in the Jax

to bring up various rules changes area.

suggested by persons from his ,For winning the ComAirLant

district. Some of the meeting will Tourney, the players were awarded -
be devoted individual jackets and each
to watching the Pan- x < ( ls
American games and to cast his man participating in the tournament -

vote on whether or not U. S. I received a medallion.

players should start using inter-

national rules to accustom vol- Redskin Bear
leyballers for the 1960 Olympics. ,

Another problem that Callag Gridiron Game
han will be involved in will be .

to bring.about increase of popu- G. y N. .'
Set ,. ..
larity of volleyball in the Armed SaturdayThe "

Forces and to try and enforce the f <. .'
rules Washington Redskins, one- : t.
set down by the National
Volleyball Association. half the cast for Saturday night'spro ..
football game at the Gator r .
Under these rules, Callaghan
Bowl in town in
are engaged
"would eliminate the so-called Callaghan I
heated and
practice their Chicago
"Jungle Ball" common to hangar
Station Pair Bear rivals are due on the scene
deck games played throughoutthe Repels
tomorrow (Friday) as finishing
Navy and insure the maxi-
City Tennis Tandem touches are put on the annual 4': rM
| mum amount of physical exercise -
charity gridiron affair.
I of the participants." Dick Schutte of the Naval + y

Volleyball at NAS Jax received Hospital and Calvin Karrh of Tickets ae still available at ',is',.: {
a big boost VAS Jax Special Services, Building -
when the varsity club NARTU defended Navy laurels
swept all in the State 704, for four dollars. Ticketsare
against two Jacksonville nettersin ,.. _
lAAU meetings earlier this year.A also on sale at the Tourist and "'* W.'A. "'" ''''''''w>o.
of instruction an exhibition tennis match Conventibn Bureau in downtown RACQUET SEASON NEARS END Competitive tennisis
ducted con- Sunday at the Mainside courts. Hemming Park. drawing to a close for 1959 following completion of District.
by members of the team Regional, All-Navy and Interiervice action last month.. Jax
|in local schools brought about a The Navy pair downed Lex This will be the fourth jjame Navy's Calvin Karrh (right) of NARTU appeared in the All-
remendous amount of interest Hester and Rufus Ashby, 6-1, 6-2 of the pre-season schedule for Navy Tourney In defense of his Doubles crown but he and

mong young players, and the in doubles. both: principals. Coach Mike partner Leonard Welch lost in the semi-finals at NewporL

rogram was received with an Schutte downed Hester, 6-2, Nixon's{ Washington club madea Earning his way to bigger competition, Karrh had teamed earlierin
6ND play at Pensacola with Bob Tripp, of VW-4 (center).
Enthusiastic applause from persons /While Ashby was tripping Karrh, hit in their appearance here They are shown receiving 6ND runner-up trophies from Capt.H. .

participating in the clinics. 6-2. last year. C. DeLong Pensacola skipper.IfIJIIfYI .



Page 8 JAX AIR NEWS 3 September 1959

. Schedule of Special Services Activities and Facilities, September 3-9 I

MOVIES Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday
.I .
HAS, Bldg. 612NATTCenIer 1800-2000 1900 Only 18002000Tin 14, 18, 2000Subway 1900 Only 1800-2000 1800-2000
Jackslade Shake Hands Star in Man Called Here Come Gigantis
With the Devil the Sky Peter the Jets
Bldg. 563 1900 Only 1800 & 2000Jackslade 1400-1900 14001900Tin 1900 Only 1900 Only 1900 Only
Peyton Place Shake Hands Star Subway in Sky Man, Peter Here Comes
Kotpli&l 1900 Only 1900 Only 1800 Only 1900 Only 1900 Only 1900 Only 1900 Only
1' Teenagers Peyton Place, Jackslade Shake Hands Tin Star Subway in Sky Man, Peter


NAB Bldg. 3 0815-2100 081 -2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100
NATTCenter.Bldg.S83Ho ; 0930-2100 0930-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0030-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100
0800-1600 0800-1600 closed_ 1300-1700 0800-1600 0800-1600 : 0800-1600


NAB, Bldg. 955irATTCenl0r.Blda.5B3, 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100 1400-2100 Closed 1000-2100 1000-2100

I 1600-2200 1600-2200 1300-2300()( 1300-2300 1600-2200 1600-2200 1000-2200
Blue Jackets Inn 2000-2400 2000-2400 2000-2345 2000-0100 1630-2400 2000
Star Lighters The Redcoats Glen Reeves 2000-2345& Bingo
EM. NATTCenter 1630-2300 1630-2300( 1630-2300
1630-2800 1200-2330 1400-2330 1400-2330

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 Outdoor Pools 1100-2000 1100-2000 1100-2000 1200-2000 1100-2000 1100-2000 1100-2000

NATTC Outdoor Pools 1130-2000 1130-2000 1130-2000 1200-2000 1130-2000 1130-2000 1130-2000


NATTCenter Gym Open
1300-2100 1300-2100 1000-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100
NAB Bowling 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1300-2100OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB

/ .
NATTC Craft Shop 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630
1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100: 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100

Tennis Courts (Navy Ex.) 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark

Golf Course 0830-Dark 0830-Dark 0730-1800 0800-1800 0830-Dark 0830-Dark 0830-Dark

Fish Camp 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 080ohr..
Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown I Closed Closed

Hobby Shop. Bldg.896 1400-2100 1400-2100 0000-2100 1300-2100 Closed Closed 1400-2100

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



I! School Bus Schedule Listed USAFI Study

By Coach System, SchoolsContinued Groups Start

( from Page)
Bayview Rd to Lake Shore Junior Here Sept. 28
Main Gate, via Child St. and High.
immediately to Venetia
United States Armed Forces
School. In the afternoon, four school-
Institute off-duty group study
to-NAS trips are scheduled.
For the new' Wesconnett Jun-
ior-Senior High School number Generally these will follow the classes are scheduled to conveneon
I Sept. 28, it was announcedthis
207, bus.starts from Mustin Road same routes as for the morning &WZ: week.

circle, and proceeds via MustinRd. trips. The first two return trips '
., Yorktown Ave., Roosevelt will be from Venetia School; the : :: While high school level courses
Blvd. Timuquana Rd., Wescon- third and fourth return trips will will be offered in general math-

nett Blvd., and School drivewayto be from Lee High School. ematics, beginning algebra I, advanced

school. The Duval County Rt. 81 buses algebra, plane geometryand
FOR VENETIA and Lake- leave Dewey Park at 0730 at the physics, persons interestedin
Shore Jr High, bus starts from regular loading 'place on 120th. taking college level courses
I Main Gate and travels via Yorktown St. and proceed to J. N. C. Stock- may choose college algebra,
I Ave. Allegheny Rd., Albe- ton School via Roosevelt Blvd. L- American history, English composition
marle Ave. Hancock ________________ or physics.
St, York- Verona Ave., Queen Lane, Ava-
I town Ave., and Timuquana to lon Ave., and Carlisle Ave. Tomorrow, Sept. 4 is last day
Venetia School, thence via Timu- ---- i persons may apply for enroll

quana Rd., Roosevelt Blvd., Lake THE BUS returns immediatelyto .", .';',;O:<<'.';'M_."y..v.wq ment. Officers, as well as enlisted
Shore Blvd., Cambridge Rd., and Dewey Park, loads again at the COAST GUARD INSPECTION Commander of the Eighth personnel, may participate in the
same place, and makes a second Coast Guard District, Rear Admiral Carl Olsen, Inspects some classes. There is no enrollmentfee.
CAT Officer trip via the same route to J.N.C. 200 Coast Guard Reservists last Saturday aboard the Station. .
Stockton School. Accompanying Admiral Olsen was Capt. George Knudsen, Chiefof
(Continued from Page 1)) Staff of Seventh CG District, and Comdr. William Main, Applications for enrollment
will meet at 1000 Sept. 10 with This bus immediately makes a,I head of CG training at NAS Jax. This was the Coast Guard's should be made to NARTU Avia-

officers of FAETU, VAP-62 and third trip to Dewey Park and final inspection and review for the year. _ _ tion Technical Training Division,
ComFair Jax assembling to meet after loading up there proceedsto Building 906. Additional information -
with the team at 1400 that date. Lake Shore School via Roose-I Piped Tunes Due 'Jackets InnMusic I may be obtained by contact-

Activity will take place at the velt Blvd., Cambridge Rd. and ipg the I&E Library at NARTU,
0" Club on both days. Bayview Rd. by Muzak will be extended ext. 458.'Hornet's.
will enhance a paging ,system,
CAREER Counseling and Interview In the afternoon, children are to the Blue Jackets Inn, Bingo parties and the like, will

School is due to convene returned to Dewey Park in the thanks to Special Services Department include three microphone out- Nest'
September 21 in Building 904 for same order as picked up in the which for years has
lets, and a control panel. The (Continued from Page 1))
first and second class petty officers morning.Rt. '
supplying "music to eat by"to
of each Fleet system will be maintained on a Jax home August 23 for comple-
unit here.
45 Dewey Park children for aboard the Station.At .
Addtional instruction will be Wesconnett School 116 will be replacement basis by Muzak, although tion of the ,remainder of their

offered in techniques of interview picked up at the regular loadingzone a very nominal extra charge, I it will become propertyof training syllabus at VA-44.
for three days following the it has been disclosed, Musak music Services.
on 120th St in Dewey Parkat Special When training is finished for
five-day basic course. the same time they were pick- will be piped into the EM Within the near future, the this 'group of pilots, they'll be
The basic school's curriculumwill ed up last year on Roosevelt Club through a brand-new public sent to operating units of the
included -
Mainside Lounge will be
consist of such topics as Pay Blvd., and will transport them to address system, being installedby Atlantic Fleet as "polished" Na-
Allowances,' Educational Opportunities the school. A return trip will be the music company at its ex on the music circuit, and the val aviators products of

Fringe Benefits and made in the afternoon at the pense. libraries, golf shack and CPO the Hornet's Nest of Attack

Leadership. same time as last year. The new p. a. system, which Club are being considered, also. Squadron 44.f .