Jax air news
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/01280
 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 8, 1959
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
notis - ADA7401
lccn - sn 95047201
System ID: UF00028307:01280

Full Text
I- Increase Of Discipline Problems Decreases Navy Fibre I.

'The U.S. Navy has long been personnel, officers and petty of- program." sented by Davison in Building qualities' of intellect, of human

distinguished for high quality of ficers at NAS Jax this week. FOUR lectures are being given 955. understanding and of moral

its officers and men. We must A-PW-B; ;; daily through today-two for officers According to Lcdr.Boutte,pur- character that enable a man to
never let this quality diminish. leadershipfield and civilian supervisors, pose of the discussions is to em- inspire and manage a group of
Our challenge is to developand team, composed of Lcdr. and two for enlisted men-at phasize necessity of Naval lead- people successfully."

improve Naval leadership." Lester Boutte and Clifford Dav- 0900 and 1300. erhip, which (as defined in Gen- General Order 21, says Lcdr.

THUS READS a portion of ison, MMC, is here "by specific While Lcdr. Boutte addresses eral Order 21) is "the art of accomplishing Boutte, was signed by SecNav on

General Order 21, main topic of request of Capt. James R. Reedy, officers and civilians at Industrial the Navy's mission May 17, 1958 as result of a large

a series of lectures being pre- Station commanding officer, vitally Relations Department today, pet- through people. increase of disciplinary problems
sented to civilian supervisory interested in the leadership ty officers attend'' lectures pre: "IT IS THE sum of those which were decreasing the fibreof

Navy personnel. There was a
drastic need for better military

leadership and an improved pat-
tern of conduct.

Among statistics quoted in lec-

tures here, Lcdr. Boutte and
.Jt1 Davison point out that in a recent -

year, there were 80 thousand
AWOL cases. There was an average -
of 1,000 courts-martial inoneweeka
total of 50 to 60

thousand per year.
VoL 17 No. 31 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 8 October 1959 "THIS IS a direct reflectionfrom
local civilian communities'

Lcdr. Boutte proclaims. "Crime is

NARTU JAX :. increasing at a rate of eight per-
cent per ,year in these communiI I

Winner Of ties.He" further points out that 47

(Please turn to Page 8, Col. 2))

AwardThe I
Top '

Chief of Naval Air CC UF

Reserve Training announcedthis Z SkE
week that NARTU Jax

has won the coveted Chief of

TRA Naval) Trophy.At Air Training. (CNA- E ::4\\ : Drive

the same time, it was an- ,
nounced that NARTU's VP742is 'd F r

winner of the top Reserve On HereWith

squadron I award in the nation,

the prized Noel Davis Trophy,
given annually to the most pro some 600 keymen and
ficient squadron.THE campaign workers and com-
CMATRA Trophy ls\ manding officers of participating -

awarded annually to one of 18 .I units on hand, the
activities in 1960 Community Chest United
Naval Air Reserve KICKOFF COMMUNITY CHEST DRIVE-The 1960 Fund Drive
Community Che t-Uniied
Fund Drive to be held
the United States which demonstrates for military and civilian personnel of Navy units in the Duval County area was, launched in
,th.e greatest improvementin cr.mbnious fashion Monday Emphasizing the theme of this year's drive, HELP, are, left to among Navy activities the
yearly competitive training. right, Charles Field and Capt. Kenneth R. Wheeler Co-Chairmen of the Navy CC-UF Committee Duval County area got off to
Hugh Abernethy, CC-UF Chairman Harry Gonzalez, CC-UF and James R.
Two otheivJax Reserve squad- president, Capt. an early start Monday in a
Reedy, NAS Jax commanding officer.
rons were also rated among theby kickoff at King Hall.
nationwide. Second in the All commands and activities
country among alf VP Service [ NEW ASSETS HIGH PAIR CAPTURES pledged! ,full support to the drive.

squadrons is VP Fasron 745, skip- AE 'A' HONORS During the'month-long campaign

pered by Comdr. Harry Nearing Hugh Brielmaier, AEMAN, military and civilian personnel of

until its decommissioning in REACHED BY C. U.The and William Boothroyd, AE- contribute Navy activities to 42 separate will be asked agencies to

June. IAN, were named honormenat
PLACING third among Reserve Jax Navy Federal Credit Union has achieved a new last week's graduation of through CC-UF.
patrol squadrons in the high point in operations, with assets reaching the two million I Aviation Electrician's Mate "IF ANYTHING symbolizes

training command is VP-741, dollar mark from the savings of its 9212 members., School, Class A, at NATT- man's kindness and inner feelings -
"Principal purposes of credit toward his fellow man, the
with Comdr. John Briggs as com- below the nationl of 348 Center.A .
unions," says the ,Federal Credit average Community Chest-United Fund
manding officer.Ceremonies dollars member start native of Kenton O.
a now by
for awarding the Union By-Laws, "is to promote, certainly does, declared Capt.
little dollar Brielmaier has been trans-
depositing as as a a
thrift among members by afford James R. Reedy, NAS Jax com-
CNATRA and Noel Davis Trophies month but start. ferred to Trenton, N.J., while
ing them an opportunity to accumulate manding officer.
is planned 'for Saturday,
The Jax CU has increased Boothroyd, o f Kremmling,
Admiral Robert their savings, and to Navy "Here is a wonderful opportunity -
October 17. Vice
Colo. and honor student
Air create for them a ,source of credit its office space over 100 per- an to help those who need it.
Chief of Naval
at boot will head for
for productive purposes." cent and has established sectionsfor camp, The Navy, both its military and
Training, Pensacola, is scheduledto
and Point Mugu, Calif.
make the presentations. MEMBERS of the local Credit savings, loan bookkeeping. (Please turn to Page 8., CoL 5))
Previous NARTU Jax squad- Union have shown they fully understand -

rons have won the Noel Davis this policy. In seven MOST OF the crowding ex-
Trophy on three occasions while years, the Jax Navy Credit Union perienced in recent year has been

this is a "first" for the Jax unitat has outstripped most all CUs in eliminated and the new speed-up
winning the CNATRA silver- the state, most of whom have service has reduced waiting timeon
been operating over 20 years. loans. r
ware. }
Being young in years is the
The Noel Davis Trophy was Members, of course, are wel- ,
main reason why average sav- "
won by Fasron 158 in 1958; VP- ings approximate 200 dollars a come to visit the office, but you {

ML-56 in 1949, and VP-741 in member. If you have less than 'may send your savings by mailor

1956. this, which incidentally is far give to a collector. /fy

I I VP-16 Home From Lengt hy Deployment INi { __

The "Eagles" returnedto EYj
VPT16 sance patrols lend vital supportto obligations found crews operat-
their NAS Jax "nest" Monday
summer resupply of Arctic ing from bases in the US, Cana-
following a five-month deploy- defense installations, US air da, Greenland, Iceland and the
ment at Argentia Newfoundland.Under .
bases and ground control inter- Azores. .
command of Comdr. .YYJifs.4Gf. 'f<#'Mr'fyf feSk3 Ll v f
cept sites on shores of Greenlandand "Our deployment was highly
Leslie Barco Jr, the squadron's
Canada. These' areas are successful," states Comdr. Barco,
225 enlisted and 47 officers
virtually locked-in by the ice "and such work demonstrated
participated in the 1726-mile,
non-stop flight from Argentia. pack during winter months. again the mobility, flexibilty, and

WHILE ON deployment, VP-16 WITH VP-16's aircraft and readiness of Navy combatant Y --
units." A FAMILY REUNION The Joseph Helser family is reunited
conducted ice reconnaissance crews constantly on the move,
as Patrol Squadron 16 returned from duty at Argentia.
patrols in addition to antisub- personnel received first-hand The squadron's commandingofficer Newfoundland, Monday. The NAS Jax-based squadron, which:
marine warfare tasks performedby experience in geography, historyand also stated that deploy- spent fire months on deployment, is now back in its h6me in
other patrol squadrons.The current events. Deployment ments of this nature tend to Hangar 140. Under direction of Comdr. Leslie Barco Jr., VP16commanding
: officer, the outfit's 225 men and 47 officers left
long range ice reconnais- commitments and administrative (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 1)) Argentia early Monday to fly the 1.726 mile distance to home.II .



8 October 1959

A Some 100 Locals Given 'Look -See'

iuisNM At 'Cruising Cousin' Of P 3 V-i I

James R. Reedy ........."........"".............""........................ Commanding Officer officers, some enlisted u _
Capt. Gr.yaton H. Weber ......"..............................,:........................ Executive Officer Nearly 100 persons, mostly tors here a sample,of maneuver- were men
NAB Six; Fleet Air JacktonvilU NAS Jax officers, participa- of the Navy's newest,most participated in the flights, besides -

Bear Adm. Kenneth Craig ........................................................................ Commander ability a number of Lockheed rep-
Capt. George R. Luker ..................................:......................... Chief of Staff, FalrJax ted in demonstration flights modern aircraft, due to become 'resentatives, and civilian and
Capt. Macpherson Williams .................................................... Chief of Staff, NAB Six last week aboard the Lockheed operational with the Fleet. Navy newsmen.,
Fleet Air Wing Eleven

Capt. Robert M. Milner ............................................................................ CommanderCapt. Electra, "crusing cou- EACH OF the flights demon- ALTHOUGH the huge craft .
Charles lambing ".......................................................... Chief Staff Officer sin" of the new P3V-1, the strated maximum ascent on take cruised at five thousand feet dur-
Naval Air Technical Training Center Navy's ASW patrol plane of off, variation in speed and alti- ing most of the flights, it flew as
Capt. Robert J. Fleming Commanding Officer
Gomdr. Gerald R. Pearson ............................................................ Executive Officer tomorrow. tude, change in power from one high as 10 thousand feet and as
Naval Hospital Three flights, each carrying to four engines, and maximum. low as two thousand feet dur-

Capt. Alton C. Abernethy........!.............................................. Commanding Officer some 30 guest passengers, were ing maneuvers. Speed ranged
Capt. John G. Feder ........................................................................ Executive Officer made last Thursday as Lockheed descentWhile from 100 to over 300 knots.
NARTU Aircraft gave Naval avia- majority of passengers
Capt. F. H. Holt ........................................................................ Commanding Officer Corp. Fitted with Allison T-56-A-
Comdr. B. N. Hart .. ...".................................................... Acting Executive Officer lOW turbine engines developing
18,000 hp at takeoff and carrying
Printed commercially /ton-appropriated fund In Jacksonville, Florida at noexpels.
to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P.95 Rev. July 1958. i-rT 9231 gallons of fuel, the new
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, Y ASW Electra will have 40 per-
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air cent more range than the P2V-7
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital.
Service Information Officer ................................ Comdr. Jack S. Hall Neptune currently in use by the
Assistant Service Information Officer .................... Andrew H. Planey Navy.
Editor-Gordon Robbie Staff Reporters-Ron Davis, AN, Gene Hagan, JOSN. The 440-mph P3V-1 will cruise
Staff Photographer-Joseph O'Brien, PH3. about twice as fast as its prede-
The Jax Air News is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material the antisubmarineplane
cessor, prime.
appearing in this publication can be reprinted providing credit is given. Photographs,
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photographs. : >, }, since 1946
Editorial offices located in Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone extensions THE SOONiTO-come P3V-1
8164,. 656, 272 or 216. will be installed with tons of

latest communications, navigationand
Career Personnel WarnedTo detection' equipment, taking

advantage of the 'plane's large

1 fuselage-113 feet long and 11
Watch GI I EligibilityWashington _t tfM ; feet wide.

b The plane's crew of 10 will also
(AFPS) Career naval personnel who planto k: t have a tactical compartment, ob-

take advantage ,of the Veterans' Readjustment AssistanceAct servers' and storage station and
of 1952 Korean War GI Bill warned the Bureauof _
( ) are by : an aft rest area complete with
Naval Personnel they should reenlist early.. in order to COMPLETES 30 YEARS = Capt.. James R. Reed, (left) galley and bunks.
remain eligible for educational NAS Jax commanding officer, presents William d, cen- Like the commercial Electra it
benefits of the act. tinned active service.A ter) with a letter of commendation as Kincaid completes 30
"conditional" discharge or years military and civilian service with the government. As will be air conditioned and press-
IN AN instruction, the Bureau release does not relieve the re- Office Services Supervisor of Administration Department, Kin ureized to maintain cabin altitudes -
points out the law states veterans caid has been in charge of Central Office since 1942. Coworker of 8,000 feet even when

must begin education or cipient further from continued any active obligation for William Patrick looks on. missions. are down at 25,000 feet.
training within three years after The Navy just recently awarded -
The latter includes
their first "unconditional" dis- category IGncaidHonored End for
personnel discharged at any time ] a huge contract production
charge or separation following anti-
of the huge turbo-prop
prior to their 1date of
norm ex-
January 31, 1955. piration of enlistment for Che Of ServiceNearly submarine warfare landplanes.

However, personnel who re- specific purpose of immediate re- 9yl'
ce"ive a "conditional" discharge enlisfment military and civilian service was concluded -

foV the purpose of immediate reenlistment -I THEREFORE, the instruction [ last week by the retiring William' Kincaid, Office Local Units

will have until Jan. advises, it is to the benefit of ca- Services Supervisor: attached to Central Office of NAS JaxAdministration.

31, 1965, to complete their education reer personnel td request dis- Get Praise
where he served under Theodore
In a commendation, the com-
charge prior to expiration of ob-
Fritch Jr. then Chief Clerk of
ligated'service for the manding officer wrote in part: Of 'MidsAllout
ACCORDING to the Chief of purposeof Aviation Training Department.
"On occasion of retirement
Naval Personnel's interpretation, immediate reenlistment in ac- your
an "unconditional" discharge or cordance with existing regulations I desire to express to you the At NAS Jax, when his office efforts at providing

release from active duty is one Navy's appreciation for your was understaffed by 25 to 50! visitors with efficient training

that relieves the recipient from However, if personnel wait un- loyal and faithful service. Yours percent, and, with no decrease in backed by a friendly atmospherehave
til their enlistment is completed has been one of those jobs in workload, Kincaid personnaly again heaped favorable

any obligation for further con- before reenlisting, they are con- which occasion for special recognition performed a large part of the office comments on NAS Jax and

,sidered to have accepted an "un- rarely arises." work, in addition to carryingout ComFair Jax.

TIDESHIGH conditional" discharge and must KINCAID has directed operations his own supervisory duties. In the form of a letter addressed -

start their schooling within three of Central Office, with responsibility to Commander Fleet Air

.LOW years of the date of this release.In for processing and BC-BS Premiums Jacksonville, Rear Admiral Ken-

A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. other words, if a man's dis- safeguarding the CO's incomingand neth Craig, comes then follow-
charge is due on Oct. 15, he outgoing correspondence,
Tides at Atlantic Beach: Hiked In Giving ing praise:
should to be released maintaining N A S master files,
Fri. U07 1:42: 7:17: 8:10: request no "DURING 'the past summer,
Sat. 2:14 2:49 8:27 9:16: later than Oct. 14 in order to re- and providing various types of: three groups of the Naval Academy -
enlist without being penalized by service to Station departmentssince Bigger BenefitsNew indoctrination .
Sun. 3:21: 3:51: 9:34 10:14: class of 1981 received -
I the August, 1942.
eligibility requirements. aviation
premium payments go into in Fleet
During WWI, Kincaid served
a effect for B 1 u e Cross-Blue units within your command.
aboard the USS
w { Shield policies starting this "The officers and midshipmenwere
flagship of the Atlantic Fleet. He
? ti 3 C month. Payment is due October wholeheartedly enthusiastic -
sy t has been a Navy Civil Service
12-13. this of the sum-
about phase
employee since 1935 serving first
family policy Blue Cross
in Pensacola, then at NAS Jax. mer program.
payment is $6.15 month and presentationsby
per "The outstanding
His military service began in
: $2.90 for Blue Shield. They pay- units under your command
December, 1917, when he enter-
ment per month for combined facilitiesand
coupled with excellent
ed the Navy and completed recruit -
coverage is $9.05. are
entertainment provided
training at St. Helena, Nor-
:> > 4..xf folk, Va. He also served at Naval New single policy rates for most certainly appreciated."ONE .

8' a fi YM Operating B a ae, Norfolk, and Blue Cross are $2.50 a month and COMMON remark by
aboard the Pennsylvania. $1.10 for Blue Shield only. Com- the midshipmen was 'I've never

AFTER DISCHARGE, he en- bined single person coverage is eaten better anywhere in the

? i tered school at Lincoln Memorial $3.60 monthly. Navy: Your personal interest in

v University, Harrogate, Tenn. in Payments; must be made by the program was clearly evident

1919, ,where he completed a sec- check or money order payable to and most sincerely appreciated."I .
retarial course in the commercial Blue Cross of Florida, Inc. Cash feel certain the time, money

department.In payments will not be accepted. and effort expended by your

the early '30s, Kincaid de- Official leave records indicate command will be harvested for

cided to "try his hand" at gov- that many Station BC-BS sub- many years through increased

ernment service. His first r ap- scribers are taking unfair advantage operational knowledge and serv-

pointment was temporary, at the of the double billing ice motivation of our future of

Veterans Administration in At- privilege, a courtesy extended ficers.

lanta. He was reappointed to only to persons on official annual "Please extend a 'Well Done' to

"W :m:$.:'" ?totil.ad .......__. -" this Civil Service function as or sick leave, TAD and all who made this summer visit
NEW VICTORY SNARED Pvt. Jerome Harel, (left) is messenger in 1932. such. such an outstanding success,
presented a certificate upon completion of USAFI GED High. Continuing his Civil Service Continued abuse of this privi- Sincerely, C. L. Melson, Sup
School-level course. Presenting Harel with the award is LL career, he was appointed to NAS lege could lead to its discontinu- erintendent, U. S. Naval Acad-
Mitchell, commanding officer of Marine
William P. they
Aviation Detachment Pensacola, in October, 1935, ation. emy.


-- -- -
-" l .... .. .. _. ''' '

l' 1

8 October 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Psgo'Sr

All Personnel Should BeFamiliar

With i 'Cane Bill

With Gracie already stirring up a scare in this locale

and with the big possibility of a few of her sisters slammingin

here, personnel should thoroughly acquaint themselveswith
the Station's Hurricane Security Bill and Aircraft

Hurricane Evacuation Bill.
I in Condition Two, if they can
Main parts of the former bill
be spared. Unmarried personnelwill
. to be concerned with are the
remain Station.
various conditions and what to on
THE WORD TO return to work
do when, and if, each is pres-
will be given civilian employeesby
local news media. If the re-

r Y CONDITION Four indicates turn is not heard, they shoulduse
possible threat of destructive
their own judgment in returning -
winds within 72 hours. Precau- t
tions within 12 hours
to secure
Refuge centers have been designated -
will be ordered by the commanding as follows: for officers'families

officer. Senior BOQ; enlisted

Initial preliminary precautionswill men's families, Building Three,
STORM REFUGEES-The St. Johns River adjacent to the Naval Air Station presented an be taken and general opera- and Station personnel, Buildings
unusual scene with a great abundance of activity late last week at 20 sea planes from Bermuda tions will continue on more or 110 and 614. Building 10, Officers
Naval Station were flown to Jax to escape Hurricane Hannah which was bearing down on that
island paradise All PSMs, the aircraft composed the largest number of sea planes ever to be less normal paths. Club and Golf Clubhouse are
flown here. A few were able to be handled by the Station's berthing facilities, the remainderhad Condition Three, defined as also refuge centers, if needed.
to be tied to a buoy in the river. Only few days earlier, aircraft from NAS Jax had to be destructive winds expected with- Each command and depart-
flown la inland airstrips to gel away from possible effects of Hurricane Grade, which decided continuation
in 48 hours, calls for ment has its own responsibility
not to hit the Florida coast.
of the preliminary precau- carrying out measures duringthe

tions as well as that of general various Hurricane Bill conditions -
59 Veteran Pension Act operations. The Station Bill is sup-

WHEN CONDITION Two is plemented by hurricane precautionary
To Be Explained In Full ,issued, I precautions should be measures needed for

taken to enable the Station to each separate command and de-
All veterans, widows and orphans receiving pensions from the ;
secure within 12 hours but gen- partment. For instance, Medical
Veterans Administration were to have received with their September -
eral operations should be con- Department would need to have
checks a summary of the provisions of the Veterans Pension i tinued 'if possible.The certain precautions in its Hurri-
Act of 1959.enacted by the 86th Congress. ,
,xceutive officer will ord- cane Bill measures peculiar to

ryr Veterans who receive compen- should have'received information er complete security of the Sta- that department, and so forth.
sation checks for serviceconnected tion when winds of destructiveforce THE HURRICANE Officer of
information on it with their September checks.
disabilities will not get -
are imminent within 12 the Station will evaluate all
about the new law because This will be followed at a later
hours. hurricane
tropical storm and
it does not apply to them. date by detailed analysis of the
At this point, all Station per- warnings received and recom-
ALL WHO DO receive the pension act.
With The new sonnel will be recalled and all mend to the commanding officerof
summary of the new law may be liberties cancelled. Local news the Station the setting of and
assured it does not to them
Toastmasters apply 'SouffiernmosfHonors media and the Shorq Patrol will securing from the various conditions -
B. J. Gannon Officer-in-Charge
carry out dissemination of recall I of readiness.The .
of the Jacksonville VA Office has I
Mar-Nav Toastmasters Club ChangeName procedures. Station has been in Sea-
WHEN THE Station has been sonal Condition since June 1
2280 highlighted its meeting last new law provides that the the southernmost point
secured for the hurricane, aU and will remain until November -
Thursday with installation of of- amount of pension will be basedon of the United States. so
ficers., Inducting the new officeholders the amount of other income Easy. Key West, Fla. married persons or those with l.'This is a normal con-
was Larry Webb, Assist which the veteran or dependent Wrong. It's Ka ,.ae '(Southern dependents will be allowed to return dition of altertness, consistent
ant Area Governor. receives, Gannon said. Greater Cape), lonely tip of the home if they can be spared with the dictates of sound

Riley Collins' is taking over as I the other income the lower the "Big Island" of Hawaii, all of from duties. precautionary measures to 'be
president, with other officers including pension and vice versa. which lies considerably south When Condition One Is ordered taken during the hurricane sea-

: Bill Reed, administrative The new measure will not be of Florida. The cape itself is evacuation is considered son for this locale. '

vice-president; Bill Kellogg, effective until July 1 of next year, on a parallel with Mexico City. necessary. All precautions shouldbe Aircraft Hurricane Evacuation
educational vice-president Paul taken'' to insure safety of per- Condition Four will be declared
; and it will govern all applica- Although other areas of this
LeBlanc, treasurer; Ed Wright, tions for pensions after that date. largest of Hawaiian Islands sonnel and material.All 72 hours prior to the forecasted

secretary, and Dick Murphy, THOSE ALREADY on pension bustle with industry and plan- department heads will arrival of a hurricane. Aircraft

sergeant-at-arms. rolls will be affected only if they tations, Ka Lae, a wild and keep key civilian personnel at personnel will prepare to evacu-
Mar-Nav Toastmasters Club is choose to change over to the new rugged coastline, ha never their posts to aid in securing the ate all excess aircraft on ft*
a multi-service and civilian com- system. been completely surveyed. It Station and let all other civilians base

bination. The new slate of officers Gannon repeated that veterans now accommodates a lunar GO. |I HUREV CONDITION Three

is highly cosmopolitan, and dependents need not write probe station. All married military personnelwill will be declared 48 hours be-

made up of three Navymen, one directly to the VA about their be allowed to go home, as fore expected arrival of the ,hur-

Marine, one confirmed civilian pension. ricane.; This means general

and one new civilian (recently Those having a choice under evacuation is probable. All air-

retired.) the law will be invited to makeit craft not having an 'assigned

Speeches last Thursday ran the with care after they are familiar pilot will be flown to refuge

gamut from baby care .hints to with the provisions, because fields.
Armed Forces modernization. any change received by the Regularly assigned aviators
Collins started things with his VA is ierrevocable. which can be spared will also

"Mother's Bible," which issued THOSE WHO change to the evacuate with their planes.

tips on proper baby care. new system will not be permitted Hurev, Condition Two will be
Jim Wood with "Widows" gavean to return to the present sys- declared 24 hours before the
insight on trials and tribula- hurricane should arrive. A gen-

tions of a Toastmaster's widow. tem.Those affected by the new law eral evacuation will be deemed

Kellogg told about how to be a necessary. All flyable aircraft
failure while Wright spoke on expressed concern over our inability will be immediatley evacuated.
"Modernization." to catch up with the So- THIS'DOES not include hur-

Meeting place of the Club has viet Union in the space explora- ricane reconaissance aircraft,

officially been changed to, Char- tion race in "When Do We Wake search and rescue aircraft and

lie's Restaurant, Thursdays at Up;" Bill Clearman, used the alert duty fighters
1900. Hurev Condition Zero will beset
battle of Rome vs Carthage and
S S when the storm is expected.
Navy Civilian Toastmasters are the fall of Hannibal in his talk Aircraft will be secured in best

looking forward to next week's entitled "The 20th Century Cor- tJ tJs possible manner and all loose

important meeting at which new vus." The corvus was a bridge gear removed or secured.

officers will be installed.. Wivesof invented by the Romans to wrest s s f': Hurricane conditions should

members will be invited. Don sea supremacy from the Car- !w" xt not be confused with Station

Muller, District Governor, will Storm Bill conditions which are
thaginians.He ,, ,=
install the officers. : :r set up to cope with local weather

New slate includes Bill Clear- likened the Corvus to the w sNOT i 1, disturbances, such as severe
man, president; Ezra Batte, advantage the Russians have thunderstorms, gales or a torna-

educational vice president; Jun- built up over the U. S. in roc- do.As

ior Teske, administrative vice kets and missiles; Marvin Blum- FORGOTTEN = Being- a-patient-in a hospital,is nolan a final retort, acquafntyourself.

president; Dick Baber, secretary; berg expounded on "L I t tIe ill cracked up to be, especially" when you're a tiny tot. and your family, with
Dick Barker Jr., treasurer, and Youngsters of the Station' All Saints Chapel Primary Depart- Hurricane Conditions so you'll
Bill Purcell, sergeantatarms.Four Known Facts About Our Flag," ment know this and like to remember children at the Naval know better what to do, if a
and Dr. Max Suter dwelled on HospitaL As its project for the past quarter Primary children hurricane should strike
speeches highlighted donated a Grab Bag for patients. in the Children's Ward last here
Tuesday night's session. Batte the benefits "toastmasters.." Sunday. Well lei the picture: tell of the youngster's enjoyment. And this can happen!


.' .. '" .- . \ .

Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS 8 October 1959


Uniform Shops, II Naval Aviation Ball Set FridayA I JfjJlfAlfBll ,

Navy ExchangesTo birthday party, honoringthe Some 150-200 Cecil Field per- the theme of Naval aviation.v : ,TJ1Jli. (t$):

49th anniversary of US sons are expected to attend, Uniform for the night is "
ConsolidateBig Naval aviation, is scheduled along with hundreds from service dress white for men Boys led the newcomers paradeat

changes are in store for for tomorrow (Friday) from NAS Jax and iMayport, .and optional for ladies. All the Naval Hospital recently

the Naval Uniform Shop, a popular 1900-0100 at the NAS Jax Officers Buffet supper, featuring an designated aviators of the Navy with 23 little fellas "checkingin.

emporium for officers and Club. extra special menu, will be and Marine Corps on,active, .' Girls numbered 13.
chief petty officers for many A packed house is expectedfor served frqm 2000-2200. A cake Reserve and retired lists who Born August 31 were: Valerie

years. the affair, first party of its cutting ceremony is plannedfor hold rank or rating'of E-7 or Lynne, to M/Sgt. and Mrs. Rob-

The Uniform Shop has been kind honoring Naval aviation's 2200 and will be a high higher are eligible to attend ert King; Sherilene Kay, to Dale

operated as a separate activitybut birthday, as far as can be as- spot of the night. the function. Taylor, BTl, and Mrs. Taylor;

will join the Navy Exchange certained. Music for dancing will be Sheri Lynn, to Meryle Williams,
Reservations are still being provided by the Jax Navy Comdr Paul S. Bazler Jr., '
System ,on January 1, AC2, and Mrs. Williams; Nor-
Modern merchandising methods taken but persons should act Band. Some obsolete aircraft NAS.Jax Operations Officer, is man McCall,' to First: Lt. and

will be aided by linking the two fast because the Club can ac- will be On display outside the chairman of the event, aided Mrs. Edward Meserve; Mark

together. Custom tailored, as well comodate only 425 persons. 'O' Club, adding support to by various comml tees.LOOKING Joseph ,to Kenneth McCauley,

as ready-made, uniforms and accessories AE2, and Mrs. McCauley, and

will be available to officers James Otis, to Mack Hatton,
Comdr. Bazler
and chiefs at domestic and TD2, and Mrs. H 'tton.

overseas Exchanges. Assumes yY, Welcomed September 1 were:

When the consolidation takes 'Top Pamela Lynn, to Wendell Dixon,

place, custom tailoring will be as PostNAS ::1 AN, and Mrs. Dixon; Marian

close as the nearest Exchange Oper't'ns ;4.i: t tSt Frances, to Patrick Wells, AN,

retail store. Jar vast Operations De- and Mrs. Wells; Alexandra Na-

About 45 branch uniform shops partment is now headed by dine, to Lt. and Mrs. James
located throughout the world will r'S Smith Robert David, to Adam
K ;
Comdr. Paul Bazler Jr, who relieved St A
take measurements, obtain cus- Comdr. J.eo Frick last Grow, UTC, and Mrs. Grow, and
tom uniforms by mail and pro- Friday. : Marianne Catherine, to Frank

vide final fitting to satisfy the The new Operations Officer Spatt, AT2, and Mrs. Spatt.
customer.The .
recently reported aboard from Three boys were born September -

NAS Anacostia, where he was 2. They were Philip Albert -

executive office, to Philip Stewart, AN, and

HOLDER of many commendations Mrs. Stewart; Steven Wayne, to

including' Air, Victory, Donald Peterson, EM3, and Mrs.

American Defense, American Peterson, and Steven Elliott, to

theatre, Asiatic-Pacific, Navy Sgt. and Mrs. Elliott Smith.

Occupation and Korean Theatre Rebecca Marie, to James Free-

second annual Harvest (two stars) medals and UN Ribbon man, ATl, and Mrs. Freeman led

Moon Ball is scheduled Comdr. Bazler participatedin the list of babies born September -
WWII, Guam, Okinawa, New
3. Also born that date were
October 16, at 2100. It is to be
Guinea, Philippines and Lamplighter OVER EQUIPMENT Comdr. Paul Bailer, Malcolm Scott Jr., to Lt. and
the last dance of the year heldon ,operations and the Kor- (lefi) new NAS Jax Operations Officer, is shown approach con Davis girl
the patio, weather permitting.It's Campaign and Pacific trol search radar, part of Operation RATTCenler ''gear by Mrs. Malcolm ; Baby ,
requested coats and ties ean Comdr. Leo Frick, outgoing Operations Officer. Comdr. Baler, to Richard Smith, AMS2| and.
be Theatre. who took over the department reins last week, comes from Mrs. Smith, and Baby boy, to
to this
worn event. All chiefs Comdr. Bazler has dutyat NAS Anacostia D.C. where he served
seen as executive officer. Bernard Powers, SN, and Mrs.
are urged to turn out and make NAS Grosse He, Mich, Pen- Comdr. Frick has been transferred to NAHA. Okinawa as executive Powers.

the dance a success. sacola, Miami, Jax and Glenview officer. Born September 7t Rhonda

Mailing" of the Club calendarand since entering the Navy in 1940. Lee, to Ronald Rundberg. AM3,
bulletin .
is fairly well estab- 'HE HAS also served as Flight Off Year Elections Planned
Mrs Rundberg
: and Edward
lished again. A log has been set Standardization Officer, NAB- ; ...
Donald, to James Narron, HMC ,
up in the office for benefit of TC, Corpus Christi, Assistant Of- This Fall For States and Mrs. Narron;; Nathan Jr., to
those desiring to be put on the ficer-in-C h a r g e, VP-ATU-11, Many Nathan Williams, SD3, and Mrs.
mailing list. Executive Officer of VP-28, Pac-
Williams; Rhonda Kay, to Pfc.
Dick McMeekin is featured Flt, Commanding Officer of VP- Washington (AFPS) Although 1959 is an "off year" and Mrs. Thomas Howells; Pat-

each Wednesday at the Club 16, and Training, Executive and :for national elections, a number of important state and local rice Arnetta, to Herbert Moore,

from 2030-2330 The Melodaires Administrative Officer of NAS, I offices will be at stake in primary or general elections this AN, and Mrs. Moore; Richard

are there Fridays and Saturdays. Olathe, Kans. fall.General election Dec. 5 to choose candi- Wayne,, to Bobby Joe Bowman,
Sunday elections to choose
evenings are featuredby Comdr. Bazler was a studentat
dates for and other RD2, and Mrs. Bowman; Tracy
the music will be held Nov. 3 governor
of Jimmy Geiger Ohio State University prior to state officers
state offices. Earl, to Charles Nichols, AN,and
and his orchestra.Balloon entering the service. In the Navy, in Kentucky, Mississippi, NewJersey'
Nichols Alan Walker, to
Illinois will Mrs.
elect county officials ;
while New
he has attended General Line and Virginia
and Iowa, Pennsylvania, James Black, ATC, and Mrs.
School Monterey Calif. and York will elect supreme court
Ohio Black and Robert Thomas Jr.,
and Utah select municipal ,
// Flight Joint Maritime Warfare School, justices, city, county and town
officers on Nov. 3. Numerous to Robert Lamb, AOAN, and
3MCS Stadacona, Halifax, Nova officials on the same date.
Connecticut communities will Mrs. Lamb.
Planned To Scotia. ALSO TO be decided in the choose municipal officers throughout Four births were recorded
The former Operations officer I
Kentucky election will be a referendum the fall.ARMED September 8, including: Jona-
reported to NAS Jax in Novem-
Scan VenusSome on a constitutional FORCES personnel than Bruce, to Bruce Sulkala,
ber, 1957 from Fasron 11. Comdr.
amendment which would authorize interested in non-partisan infor- AMS3, and Mrs. Sulkala; Donald
of the Frick is being transferred to NA-
mystery surround- a sales tax to pay a bonus to mation concerning candidates and Frank, to Gene* Roberts, AEM3,
IrA Okinawa where he is be
ing the ,
planet Venus be
may WWII and Korean veterans. issues in their home communities and Mrs. Roberts; Scott T., to
dispelled soon with ascent of executive officer of Naval Air I
manned balloon flight to a Facility there. Louisiana will hold a primaryILJWJWliW1MIMIII should request parents or Lt (jg) and Mrs. Harvey Huff;
a planned
friends to secure it from their and Thomas Edward, to Fred-
height of 82,000 feet. hometown League of Women erick Choate, AK1, and Mrs.

Purpose of the flight is to : Voters chapter. Choate. .

measure and analyze the water fi4JLII Most installation voting officers Benton Eugene III was born

vapor content in the atmosphereof have been provided with a list of September 9 to Lt and Mrs.
Venus. LWV State presidents and their *
Benton Grumpier Jr. while Susanne -
The instruments will include a addresses.In Marie was born that dateto

Schmidt-type telescope with 16- cases where Armed Forces Arthur Pelletier, MM1, and
inch primary mirror, special voters come from communities Mrs. Pelletier. ,
spectograph and an automaticstar without LWV chapters, they may
September 10 births included:
tracker. address requests for election information
'i:: -
Steve Lawrence, to Jack Howard,
Pilot for the direct to state officers.
strange flight will
A03, and Mrs. Howard; Robert
be Comdr. Malcolm Ross while : ;: 0 Changes to DOD Pamphlet 5-4, Michael, to Robert Delander,

flight scientist is Charles MooreJr. "Voting Informatibn," issued by BMC, and Mrs. Delander, and
., atmospheric physicist.The the Office of Armed Forces Information -
Baby boy, to William Behlmer,
giant balloon is made of and Education, list all AO3, and Mrs. Behlmer. '
plastic only two thousandths of the state and local elections slat-

an inch thick. When inflated and ed this fall together with ex-
'at its planned altitude, it will ; <: planations of new laws affecting Adm. L. R. Daspit Named

measure 172 feet in diameter'and ) 'h. Armed Forces voting. Sublant Commander'Rear

displace 'about two million cubic t sL.ik :..',. ..,. ,:."',,,,., Admiral Lawrence R.
feet. \;: The Navy's Military Sea Daspit will assume command of

: ; : N ,>:" ..". \1 Transportation Service was activated the Atlantic Fleet Submarine
Customer" : "I want' to buy a CHECK FOR A TRANSDUCER'''': George- 'Derrick, (right) Oct. 1, 1949, thereby Force in January.The .

pla D. employee at Overhaul and Repair Department, is presented a combining the services of both current Director of Und-
Store Clerk: "We don't sell 300 dollar Beneficial Suggestion check by Capt. Thomas B. ersea Warfare Division will relieve -
them here." Haley, Overhaul and Repair Officer. The suggestet proposed Army and Navy transports ferry- Rear Admiral Frederick B.
Customer "What local manufacture of diaphragms and bonding them to the ing troops arid supplies throughut -
lousy drug
: a
metal ring, to shortage of sonar transducers. Warder, heading for new dutyas
store this is." Derrick works in Avionics Division of O&R: the world. 8ND Commandant. I


'" .. .. ... .. eo .

'!"'" r' 'J' AX" I

8 Ce" 10'b 1959 Am NEWS Page 5

I Station Scout Units To

'Recharter October 31

IuyftmuaMLL'i Openings still exist for boys in the ranks of the three

*! Station-sponsored Scout units-Cub Pack, Troop and Explorer

Post 131.
A young lady enrolled in a First The units are rechartering October can home-centered neighborhood
Aid class. She 'rushed breathlessly 31 with Scoutmasterand program in which mothers serveas
\ a new Den"Mothers and dads help in
into a recent meeting.
Cubmaster.;: William Horns-
"This First Aid other ways to see that a wide-
Is wond-
course by, IIM1, of the Naval Hospitaland
erful," she cried."As I was crossIng John Linden, AE2, of Air- range of activities are conductedfor

the street two cars crashed craft Maintenance Department, the boys.
Boy Scouting the main oftoday's
and a man was badly hurt Had are taking over reins of the Troop
a compound fracture and an artery and Pack, respectively. Scouting program, has
cut I'm 55rL more members throughout the
sure, the way he 55\
Boy country than ever before in the
was bleeding.
"And did Scouting year in Troop 131 include nearly 50 years of Scouting in
you put train-
camping at Camp Ebhock- America.
Ing to good use?" the instructor
tee, monthly camp-outs in various -
queried Most Scout troops carry on a
locations, ushering for older
"/ sure did. The moment I felt boys 'at Gator Bowl football year-round program of camping,

giddy and knew I was about to games and pioneering advent- hiking and outdooring. Member-
faint, I put my head between my ship is open to all boys 11
knees. In just a minute I felt "10 MORE YEARS FRIEND" Comments Walter Debarxynskl through 13.EXPLORING.
(left) as the O&R veteran employee shows Thomas Assistant Scoutmaster is Lon-
fine. Daniel of Comptroller Department his 40-year service pin, presented nie Richburg of Aircraft ,Maintenance for older boys,
.4. him last week, along with a letter of commendationfrom
Dept. while comittee is a flexible program that Includes -
Customer: "Look here, I've the NAS Jax commanding officer. Daniel who needs ten
chairman is Comdr. W. J. Heisonof vocational exploration, social -
more years to match Dobarsynski's mark, received a 30-year
just found a hairrIn this turtle
pin at the same ceremony. the Hospital. activities, and specialty skills
soup. that meet the needs of the high
Post 131 will
Walter: "Well whaddya know To Explorer
Improve Program school age young man.
have "head
the turtle a new man. Harold
and the Tiair finally
In Wilson, veteran Scoutmaster and Young men themselves took
came together.. 0 USA Fl I Hosting Global former Navy chief, is taking overas part in studies conducted by the

"Do you wish to consult Woo- Explorer Advisor. Survey Rese'arch Center of the

I sung Pootung, the great Chinese BOYS EIGHT through ten U. of Michigan before a brand
I mystic?" Education ConferenceWashington years of age may Join Cub new Exploring program was created -

"Aye, lass, and tell 'im' Is Scouts. This is a typically Ameri- early this year.
I mother's 'ere from Lancashire." (AFPS)-Top Armed Forces and civilian Scouting's 50th anniversaryyear

.. I educational experts are meeting at Madison, Wisconsin to will be in 1960. Boy Scout'

. "I just had my car overhauled consider ways and means of further improving the U. S. Pilots Get Nod Week, Feb. 7-13, will be a high

downtown and It cost me Armed Forces Institute (USAFI; ) program. From spot. The National Council will
$50." The'worldwide conclave at the Expert hold its 50th annual meeting in
"Fifty dollars for overhaulinga University of Wisconsin has Another 85,000 are enrolled in New York (AFPS) Pilots I Washington, D.C. June 1-4.
car?" brought together major command USAFI group-study classes and sleep better than anybody
more .than 11,000 are taking THE SAME month the new
"Yeah. A educational directors from all the says Norman Dine who runs
motorcycle cop overhauled Historical Museum of
courses directly from universitiesand Johnston
services and civilian education his own Sleep Center here
me. S officials interested in the USAFI' colleges participating' in ,the and has been selling slumber the Boy Scouts of America will
program. inducers and aids to insom- be dedicated at New Brunswick,
The captain' program, the Office of Armed
was lecturing a N. J. National home of the Boy
claw of new officer candidates."A Forces Information and Educa- The institute maintains centersin niacs for 27 years. ,
40-foot flagpole has fallen tion says. Alaska, the Caribbean, Eu- He explains it simply: "A Scouts.

down, ," he said, "and, you I havea DESIGNED .to afford USAFI rope, the Far East and Hawaii. pilot's life is one of fulfill Another highlight of 1960 will
boatswain and 10 men. How officials and Armed Forces educational ORIGINALLY known as the ment" be, the Filth National Jamboreeon
do 'you erect it?" specialists an opportunity -I Army Institute, the huge corres- Dine'c hi'g i h I y-specialized the 2,000-acre Revejse J Diamond -

The class thought and thought, to exchange views on mu- pondence school was'established wares include specially designed Ranch in Colorado Springs,

then offered suggestions about tual problems, the conference is ,in_ 1942. It soon expanded to mattresses and pillows, Colo., July 22-28, opposite the
block and tackle and derricksand featuring discussions of enrollment benefit members of all the Arm- ear stops, snore-retarders, Air Force Academy.

so on."You're lesson preparation and distribution ed Forces and its present name head 'warmer, moisture-proof There will a Is o be a "Cub

all wrong," said the testing and other operational was adopted. pillows for a good, satisfyingcry Scout Jubilee," a "Boy Scout Jubilee -

captain. "You'd say 'Boats, get procedures.The During its 17-year history, it and sleep masks that say Camporee" and an "Ex-
that flagpole up." largest correspondenceschool has enrolled more than 4,000,000 "I love you." plorer Jubilee Field Day."
S in the world, USAFI offers students. Among the worst sleepers I

Ron "I hear doped that elementary, high school, vo- who come to Dine for advice 5
: you A field \activity of the Depart- A3J IN 100TH FLIGHT
race horse. Think he'll win now?" cational and university coursesto and help are models. "Those
ment of Defense Office of Armed Navy's A 3 J, supersonic all-
Don: "I don't know, but he'll all active military personnelat Forces Information and Educa- calm, beautiful creatures are
be the happiest horse In the minimum costCURRENTLY tion, headed by Brig. Gen. S. F. often anxiety ridden," he says. weather attack aircraft recently

race." it has an en- Giffin, USAF, the program is "They worry during long sit- made its lOOth'flight in less thana

rollment of over 145,000 students civilian administred. Dr. DarrellJ. tings" they're perfectionists. year of testing.

taking courses administered Inabnit is USAFI director.Hospitality The long-range, twin-Jet planeis
But a pilot: "Every day he
through the headquarters -
built North American
being by
brings his plane in safely, his
at Madison, Wisconsin. Aviation. It's designed for
mission is accomplished. No
For aboard aircraft carriers as
frustration. He sleeps.
Dew Line
Nav/s well as from land bases.

I Barrier AircraftTo YomKippurlsAvailable s'1

Be ModifiedLockheed ti ; ? / : : ,
HereLocal ) 55( *
Aircraft Corpora- 55 55 ,
55 ,i
I tion's California Division has been synagogues and congre- 5555 c S qA /4 scS
I awarded a $5 million contract for gations will welcome service 4 I I55K..l..fl55Ifl.ftrI

I modernization of WV-2 WarningStar personnel at this year's observ- c'55 : '
radar sentry planes. ance of Yom Kippur (Atone- 4

Aimed toward providing increased ment Day) October 11 and 12.

search and detecting Capabilities Information concerning time

the initial contract and place of services may be obtained -

calls for engineering design and at the Senior Chaplain's
.4 _
S development.More Office, extension 425, or by con-
4. > powerful radar' will be tacting one of the following:

S.. I installed, communication and Congregation Ahaveth Chesed

5555 navigation systems will be mod- (Reform), St. Johns Ave. and

S. ernized, providing a semi-auto- Mallory St., EV 8-2673; Jewish
S .5... matic processing system, and the Center Synagogue (Conservative -

55 turbo-compound engines will be ). Third and Silver Sts., EL-

modified. 5-8464, or Etz Hayim Congregation -
WV-2s now in service with the (Orthodox), 5864 Love-

Navy patrol far-flung Pacific and grove Rd., (no phone.)
_555 Atlantic approaches to the North Home hospitality will also be
American continent. They are an ... 111'IflLflflW11 -
available for military personnelwho \
extension of the distant-early- desire it. Contact of FIRE PARADE FLOAT As grim reminder of the more
warning line (DEW Line.) any than 11,000 persons killed by fire so far Ihis year, ihe above
i'L4" rt-JIIfJ""I' __ the above congregations. float was entered in the annual Jacksonville Fire Prevention
PROMISING PASSENGER Week Parade last week. The float, which depicts a black casket -
Dorothy Malone makes "The "Drop In some night," said the Daffynlshuns: Good Friends- symbolic of the more than 11,000 fire casualties, was built
Last Voyage" in the movie that Eskimo, "and we'll chew the What many people are until debt by the NAS Jax Fire Department. Among other Fire Prevention !!
sinks the old liner He De Week efforts by the department has been the placing of
France for a climax. fat together." do them part. signs on the Station pointing out seriousness of fire prevention.


-- '".- H. . .

r I r- I

Page 6 s'A' IR NEWS 8 oil. CiObe'r 1959

I NATTC Leadership School Provides Rugged CurriculumThe .S, ,.

newly-organized Naval I
two weeks. An award will be, fense, Naval Customs and Traditions two sea bag inspections are held
Leadership School at NATTCenter
given the honor student of each Honors and Ceremonies, during each two-week course.

under guidance of Comdr. class. Orders and Commands, Navy STUDENTS have an active

Edson Loftus, began classes INSTRUCTORS of the schoolare Rating Structure, Self Improve- part in actual running of the

September 28 with 24 students. all graduates of the CNA- ment, Uniforms, Security, NAS class. Student CO, commanderand

CLASSES ARE being held in TRA CPO Leadership Academy.The Organization, Discipline, Shore two platoon leaders are designated -
Patrol, Communism, Problem each day; and each
Building 512, while living quar- curriculum keeps stu-
t a Solving, Military Leadership, student has an opportunity to
ters for the students are locatedin dent busy, with 80 hours of
Petty Officer as *a Manager, compose and present a fiveminute -
Barracks 544. classroom work,.close order drill
Speech, Morale, Initiative and speech.
The Leadership Course is com- inspections,. testing 'and graduation Purpose of the School is to

pulsory for all ship's company Confidence and Moral Leader- increase and reemphasize the ...-..-...-...-.-..--.....--.........--...--.-"..----
of the Officer. For Rent
personnel between E-3 and E-6. COVERED in class are the ship Petty qualities of leadership of petty
,. kit, hie
3-Bdrm, 2-bath hi All elee
Each class will attend school for subjects: : Navy and National De Ten personnel inspections and officers of the NaV1.Salvage completely! furn. 4305 Bethwood Circle.

5-Rm apt dwmtaln, kit equip newly
JacksonvilleFair Yard decorated. $75 mo. 4351 St. Johns Ave.
EV 9-7464.
2-Bdrm furn apt tile bath large closts.
Firearm Sale Orange Park. CO 4-4001 or CO 4-5004.
Planning LiLik11 3-Bdrm, 1-bath furn hie, with fenced
Ei yard. In Wettfield, 10 mint from NAS

Military Note, y Slated FridaySportsmen Jax.Extra EV large 45247.efficiency apt, furn.. $45

:: >} per mo. Alto, new 1-bdrm hie, furn. $60
The Greater Jacksonville Industrial
and gun collectors per mo, unfurn, $50 mo. EV 46302.
and Agricultural Fair aboard the Station have another 1115 Lane Ave. N2JJdrm .
opens and closes on a militarynote :" '>. Y' chance to purchase slightly used unfurn hie kit equip. 75 ;mo.

this year. Opening day will shotguns and rifles in 'a sale at EV, 8-4956. 1175 Hamilton St., LakeShore.
be Nov 11, Veterans Day, and <' Furn apt for rent.$50 per mo. 4753
{ the Salvage Y a r d tomorrow Blending Blvd.
closing date is Nov. 21, which has (Friday). Sale hours are set for 2-Bdrm unfurn duplex apt either kite

been set aside as Armed Forces. 0830-1100. ulp or not. 4815 Shirley St. Apply at

Day at the Fair. LJ 1kZ2LstTiisJJ1! I For sale will be 40 12-gauge 4779 Shirley St.For Sale .

This as in the past mili-
year, semi-automatic shotguns going
I 3-Bdrm 2 bath hi garage, fence,
tary exhibits will play a big part for 40 dollars apiece. 16 12-gauge located In Oak Hill, Gl-financed $84.50per
exhibition portion of the Fair, s:; r'. }xy pump shotguns will also be up mo. SP 13645.
with all Armed Forces in the !: ." ,.,' for grabs at 35 dollars each. 3-Bdrm 1% bath low GI Equlpty.Cedar .
area combining displays into one N: In,the rifle department, six 30- Hill contact C.R. Hudson AE
t "B" School Clan 5911, Building 511.
giant area. / :{ v { calibre, bolt action weapons will MiscellaneousLady

Cetlin and Wilson Shows, the ... go on sale for 30 dollars each. driving to Calif around Oct. 15.

World's greatest midway, has ::.. \& The have' been placed on hat room for one or two rlderi. If interested -
been chosen to the f.t ''.' contact FL 9-7433 EX 8.1 345, or
again present Vi:: : :t sale by the Disposal Officer of ;
midway. Making this initial tour ......:. {.'..:>..,. ..",J) .. RA 44737.
:.y;;:;;<_.<":M. .. _.......''''''' "'.._ NAS Supply Department. Mili- Riders wanted-Murray Hill area to
under canvas this year with the PIPED OVER THE SIDE Comdr. Douglas Epperson tary and civilian personnel attached Hospital 0800 to 1630 contact Mrs. Graham
Cetlin Show will be the Cardiff former NAS Jax Service Information Officer is piped over the : to NAS Jax are eligible at extension 12 or EV 74970.
Giant, a stellar presentation of tide at an Ad Building ceremony last week as he :retires with to purchase the Ride W.nt.d-From corner of Murray
great historical and scientific in- 20 years service. Before reporting to the Station Comdr. Ep guns. Dr. and College St. Hn. 0715 to 1600,
terest. person was executive officer at NAS Atlanta Ga He. plans on Military personnel are required Mrs. McCormick, extension 8230.
in Jacksonville
Arts and Crafts are scheduledfor retiring to show ID cards while civilians -

much attention at this year'sfair must present their ID Little Pentagon

as well as original paintings Comdr. Epperson Ends badges. Disposal personnel are !

which will be accepted by the not allowed ,to purchase any of I Planned
fine arts the guns on eale. Being
I Naval Service The conditions
Lengthy purchasingthe
There will be $10,000 in prize Washington (AFPS) Plans
firearms state that all
available and 71 trophiesfor guns
winners in cattle competi- Comdr. Douglas Epperson; Service Information Officerof are sold as is, and all sales for a huge new office building to

NAS Jax since August, retired from active duty last are final. Only one type and/or house Defense Department units

tion.Two high school football games week with 20 years Naval service behind him. model will be sold to each cus- unable to find office space in the

will be played during the fair Prior to entering the Navy, Sept., 1940. tomer, and the sale is on a cash Pentagon are under consideration -
Comdr. Epperson graduated from basis with payment being made
run. Landon will play Dupont He was Training and Execu- by the General Service Ad-
the U. of Georgia with a BS before delivery.
Nov. 12 and Jackson
engages tive officer at NAS Atlanta, Ga. ministration.The .
North Miami on Nov. 13, at 2000. degree in Forestry. As a civilian, prior to reporting aboard NAS In order to give customers an

The Fair will open at 1000 on he was a ranger with the Florida Jax. Formerly, he served at NAS even chance at buying guns, GSA, housekeeping' agencyof

Saturday and 1300 weekdays. Forest and Park Service.HE Opa Locka and Pensacola, Fla., prospective customers will the government, said the pro-

Admission will be 75 cents fob Hutchinson, Kans., San Diego, be admitted to the sale area in gram, if carried out, would pro-
WAS FIRST commissioned
adults and 25 cents for children. Calif. and NARTU Jax. limited numbers. Those who wishto vide 2.3 million square feet of
Servicemen in uniform will be a 2nd Lieutenant in the Armyin get in and out early should ,additional office space for those

admitted free on Armed Forces July, 1939, where he served OUTSTANDING duties in- gather at the Salvage Yard's Defense employees now in tem-

Day, Nov. 21. with the Sixth Cavalry until cluded instructor, NAS Sanford, North Gate, before 0830. porary, obsolete and leased
Lake City and Jax; Fla.: Assist- spaces.

ant Operations officer and Pho- Sign in meat market: "Our Not a rival to the Pentagon's
Last Of
Vanguards Goes tography officer, NAS San pork makes better chicken salad 6.2 million square feet of cover-

I Juan; Operations Officer, NAS than any tuna fish you've ever ed space, the new building wouldbe

( Out In Flashy- Orbiting- Style- Olathe VP.74t'and, Kans; VP-16 executive; Aviation officer, used.! about one-third itslsize.]

The 100 pound satellite, Resident Coordinator and Com-
Vanguard III, is the latest orbit in the past 20 months, posite Program Officer, Staff of
eight are still in the skies. The Commandant Fifth Naval District A <
American sphere to be in
others, in addition to the three
orbit. ; Head of the Shore! Estab-

Vanguard III was launched Vanguards, are two of three lishment Division, BuAer in

from Cape Canaveral two weeks Army Explorers, two of four Air I Washington, and Training Officer -

ago and was boosted aloft by Force Discoverers, and Explorer at NAS Atlanta.
VI the "Paddlewheel" satellite
the last of the Vanguard rock- He attended Antisubmarine
just recently launched. U
ets.AMERICAN Warfare School, FAETULAN1\
space and missile The Atlas "talking satellite" and a Special Weapons Orienta- j

experts are dropping the Van- was another orbiting sphere butis tion Course during his Naval WLLA\

guard program which has seen no longer "upstairs." career. I

almost nothing but hard luck Comdr. Epperson is possessor of

since its inception. the! North American Defense and

Vanguard III, the 12th satel- Pacific Campaign medals, and
lite placed in orbit by this coun- Backward Victory, Naval Reserve and

try in 20 months, is expected to Korean Service ribbons.
whirl around us for 30 to 40 GlancesOCT.
years. Its radio equipment should A native of Lake City, Fla,
11, 1951 Comdr. Epperson and his wife,
poop out in about three months,
however. Well over 2,000 contributorswent June, are parents of four children -

GRAPEFRUIT-sized through Blood Donor line Carol Lee, 14, Cheryl Ma-
Vanguard at the NAS Jax infirmary duringthe lone. 12, Silljam Douglas, 6, and :
1 went up March 17, 1958 and .... .
past three weeks. Susan Adair 2. They reside at ----
may well stay in orbit for 2,000 ENSIGN WINS HONORS At graduation exercises'
years. Vanguard II, size of a The coveted Battle'' Efficiency 4327 Timuquana Road. Aviation Ground Officers School at NATTCenler last week En.
baseball, is expected to remaia Pennant was presented to Pa- I sign George Nagotny, (left) was top scholastic graduate. He receives -
4 up there for 200 years. trol Squadron Five in colorful Best years of a man's life are certificate from Cap Robert J. Fleming, NATTCenter
t commanding Ensign Nagorny, native of Susquehanaa
Of the 12 satellites going into ceremonies. before he stumbles and Mrs. Pa. will now attend CIC School at NAS GlyncoI .



ornets Lose But,
No Varsity

enetrate 619th

[Goaliine FortressAttack Basketball

Squadron 44's band of

[roving gridmen tore up "No This YearCall

I Trespassing" signs at the 679th { d

(Air Force goalline, denting the y 1
it changing 'times ifyou'd
heretofore' impregnable Airmen'sdefense'for'eight .
points in Main- r \ kt like, or lack of abilityto

side Touch Football action last t hold fan appeal the Jax
I week. Navy Fliers will, not be represented -

The defending champion 679th on the varsity bas-.

! had a bit too much for the Hor- t 1i $ 1i ketball floor this winter.

nets, however, pounding out a i t Reason for dropping the sport,

13-8 win to remain unscathed in 3 w i xt according to Comdr. Charles
their attempt at nailing down a Thomas, NAS Jax Special Serv-
second straight bunting. ices Officer, is insufficient"interest -

VA-44 was the first team to by players and fans alike.A .

score on the Air Force this sea- BIG CONTRAST from the

son and gained some amount of halcyon days of the late 40s and

satisfaction in defeat. The Hor- .J&3 1i4:1 .. early 50s when the Fliers per-
nets have a 1-1-2 record : \4 ik.law 1..,gs :ti p. formed before packed throngs,

while the 679th has a 3-0-0 DF ATH OF A TEAM-The'Jax Nary fliers will not be represented on the varsity basketball l last year's club was used to ap-

mark. court this season. Lack of interest among both players and fans was ,given as reason for pearing before a literal handful .

Operations eked out a 4-0 win discontinuance' the once-popular sport. The Crackerjax, Wave counterparts of the Fliers : of ,home customers.

over NARTU in a battle of out- are also not expected to field a squad. Standing in fitting reminder of bygone days are Flier Veteran Flier hardwood followers -

standing runner-ups. warmup suits worn in past campaigns by many Jax Navy luminaries. can remember the bygone
days, such as the 1947-48 season

Some when the locals recorded a fine
Days Some
Up :
26-4 mark and advanced all the

way to All-Navy finals.
Days Down Quip Prophets Jax Navy boasted a 21-8 slate

WI in 1948-49 and copped the Southern '
Jax Air News, grid pickers are breathing the heady wine of f mwsja&iiW Fleet Air Championship.SOME .

victory after "lucking" out of a fairly successful weekend of ISSPI 67 hopefuls answeredthe

prognostications. Ron Davis led with 11 right picks out of 15, and first call for candidates in
this 15 included the Alabama-Vanderbifl
"even-steven" affair. 1951. Jax, Navy, after a fair average -
Joe O'Brien and the Editors recorded 10 right picks while CASA LINDA FISHES 18-10 season, lost to Parris

guest seer Wally Frye got seven right. Average for the week, Island -in the District finals.A .

among the regulars, was .689. For the season, it's 637. 22-7 record the followingseason

Trying his hand at looking in the crystal ball this week is FACING 'EVICTION'Another saw such well-known

guest picker Frank McCaffrey, Mainside Athletic Director. stars of latter years as Bob Gra-

Games chosen this week, all toughies, are: Syracuse-Navy; step is being taken in the NAS Jax-Dept. of baz (Syracuse Shotgun), Jumpin' -

Penn-Princeton; Oklahoma-Texas; Kentucky-Aubu.rn; Florida- Interior program. of reclaiming the Station's Casa Linda Dick Tate, who set all sorts of

Rice; Ga. Tech-Tennessee; Fla. State-VPI; S. Carolina-N. Carolina; L.aKe as a recreation area. Linda. Lake has proper weed scoring records, and Vince Zoda,

Stanford-Washington; Colorado-Kansas State; Illinois-Ohio State; Special Services, in conjunc- control and fertilization. CCNY product.
Missouri-SMU; Michigan State-Iowa; Arkansas-Baylor, and Small That year's squad compiled a
tion wit l the Fish and Wildlife WITH CORRECT care, the
School Sleeper, Western Michigan-Bowling Green. record, also. It
Service of the Interior Dept., i is lake's fish population should l post-season'
EDITORS DAVIS O'BRIEJf McCAFFREY1S1I11eUM advanced to finals of the 6ND before -
and the water should
planning a campaign this monthto grow continue -
STaCUM Navy Syracuse poison all fish currently in to support some 2500(I being dumped by Whiting

Princeton :Penn Princeton Penn the lake. pounds of fish Field, 92-78.
Texas Texas Texas Texas IN 1954-55. the Fliers cap-
The decision to Casa
Auburq Auburn Auburn Auburn IT'S THEN planned to restockthe tured the District Flag after aug-
Rice Rice Florida Florida body of water in early Dec- was arrived at followinga menting a weak squad with men
Ga. Tech Tennessee Ga. Tech Ga. Tech ember with 3000; fingerling Blue two-day study by James Field- teams.
J'1a. state Fla. State na. State Fla. State ing Jr., Fish Management Biologist from local squadron -
Gills and 3,000 Red Eared Sun =
S. Carolina N. Carolina S. Carolina S. Carolina They repeated their championship
Washington Washington Washington Washington Fish. Some 1,000 fingerling Black In 1955-56 and 1956-57 sea-
the lake in
Colorado Colorado, Kansas State Kansas State Bass will be added to the lake was
Ohio State Ohio stat mlnots Illinois partial balance, fish have little sons.
in late winter.
It's ironic that possibly the last
SMU SMU SMU SMU value to the sportsman whenthey're
Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa It's expected to have Casa in such numbers as at team to ever wear Flier silks was
Baylor Arkansas Arkansu.. Arkansas Linda closed to all fishing until perhaps the worst, recordwise.Last .
Casa Linda stated
Bowl. Green Bowl. Green Bowl. Green I W. Michigan 1961.According Fielding. club ended with an
May year's
"Therefore, poisoning is advis-
Herb Caper, of the Berlin Com to the Fish and able." almost respectable 17-15 mark

I I mand, blazed 60 yards in six sec- Wildlife Service, blue gills will THE POISON to be used in but faced a lot of weak opposition -

I 200 CLUB weigh one-quarter of a pound, the vast program, called rote- enroute.
at the Paris Sports
onds recently sounded
sun fish one-third of a pound none, is harmless to humans. It The death knell'has also -
Helen Geiser of the Waves Palace to equal the world in- and black brass one pound if a extracts oxygen from the the for the Jax Navy Crackerjax,

paved the way last week for new door record he previously set. body of water the size of Casa water, thereby killing the fish. Wave counterparts of the Fliers.
200 club members, joining witha
203 When the poisoning takes With a tremendous response on

Walt game. place, all -the fish should rise the part of Station and area
Heison of madea
4y to: the surface and die. Fish poi- hardwood followers, a varsity
return visit with 201 while
a ,
club could be fielded but chancesare
soned in this manner will not
Mesa of X-3 Division jumped 3
3;3. :i be harmful for eating. not too good at this point.
the gauntlet with a fine 245
The Jax Air News will
game. Ely Ocampo, also of X-3, announce -
joined with 215. the time and date for 'Pick Up' Volleyball
the mass poisoning and all Interested -
Other include
new members
Harry Barger of FAETU with a persons are urged to goo Sessions ScheduledPersonnel

202, Jim Dykes of X-3, 206, and Casa Linda and help them- interested in informal -

George Sthillaire of VA-44 Raid- selves to the fish. volleyball play are remindedthat

ers, with a 209. < Wit,, 'r4 from 1100-1300 on Mondays,
a:::rrlF:: ofS l
'x"r.% r.. iG :'4 Sf fir. Non PareilsQuickie Wednesdays, and Fridays Main-

4 ( Vj side Gym is to all hands
Team Seven Still Atop quiz: What color socks open

'O' Wives Bowling Play do the Chicago White Sox wear? for 'pick up' volleyball games.
Tryouts for the varsity volleyball -
The 7-10-4 combination will Quote of the Week: Stan Mus-
ial of the St. Louis Cardinals, 38, team are. scheduled October
you on top in Officers Wives
Bowling competitionwith on meeting Senator John Ken 19 at 1100 in the gym. All interested -
team the ___ nedy, 42: "They tell me I'm too personnel should reportat
chase and teams seven,10 leading and four 4c tY old to play baseball and you'retoo this time' to either Raph Cal-
close behind. ; young to be President. Maybewe laghan. or Tom McGuckin.

should get together on this.
Team 10 fared well last week,
Intramural PlansThe
capturing high team set and 'auiB3 ipBd oj solid Cage

game with 1917 and 674, respectively B3AVJOOJ S3UBJO pUB 3f3Biq: UOp 1959-60 intramural basket-

ADD FIVE MORE FOR SPARKS Capt. Robert J. Fleming a son alga am, weMtus zing ball season is fast approachingand
nine commanding officer of NATTCenter, received five trophies Ray Teja ex-middleweight date for
Nancy of an
Moessmer team from Aviation Electrician's Mate School representatives last a tentative starting
was hottest individual star of week to add to the Center's trophy case. Making contributionswere champion of Vermont with more this year's action has been set
the week with a 510 effort on left to right, CWO Godfrey Stutheit, Comdr. Edgar Ed- than 200 professional bouts to his
games of 140-196-174. monson, Capt. Fleming, O. Z. Williams AEC. Ernest Petroski, credit, replaced Bill Cochrane as for October 26.
AEC. and Richard Smith, AEC. Trophies were for two All- Deadline for entries is set for
head football coach of the Ft.
Peg Faulk picked up the dif- Station golf championships and one in basketball, plus run-
ficult 5-7-10 split. ner-up titles in Softball and bowling. Carson, Colo., gridders. October 16.Odobet .



Page 8 JAX AIR NEWS 8 October 1959

Schedule Special 1 Services Activities and Facilities for October, 8-14

MOVIES Thursday Frf.day Saturday I Sunday MoDday Tuesday V.dne.dayNAS. "

B1d. 112 1800-2000. 1900 1900 1400-1900 1800-2000 1800-2000 1900
Affair in PIllow Talk Farewell To Hercules I'd Climb The Don't Give Up Hudini ,
Havana Arms Highest Mount. The Ship

NATTCenter, Bldg. 563 190t( 1900 1400-1900 1400-1900 1900 1900 1900
Young LiOlU Mfa4r Havana Pillow Talk Farewell Arms Hercules I'd Climb Mou. Don't Give
_ _ _ _
Ro.pUal, : 190a 190t( 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900
Battle Hell .Young Lions Affair Havana Pillow Talk Farewell Arm& Hercules I' Climb MotL


_ _
lfAS Bldg. 3 0815-2100 0815-2100 1300-2100 13OQ.ZI00 08U-UOO.: 0815-2100 08152100KAnCent.t

Bldg. 113 Og30-2100 Og30-21oo ,1300-2100 1300-2100 0030-2100 Og30-2100 Og30-2100

Hospital 0800-1600 0800-1800 closed 1300-1100 0800-1600 0800-1600 0800-1600


.AS, Bldg. ISI 1000-2100, 1000-2100 1000-2100, 1400-2100 'Closed 1000-2100 1000-2100

NATFC.nl.r.B1d. In
OO-nOO 13.2300() 1300-2300 1000-2200
1600-200 OO-2200 lSOO-UOO
_ _
Blue Jack.ta Inn 1630-2400'. 2000-2400 2000-2400 2000-2400 1630-2400 1630-2400 2000
Jimmy Geiger Redcoats Glenn Reeves \ Bingo
EI'& uArrC.nln 30-2300 1630-2300 16302300I
I 1630-2300 1200-2330 1400-2330 1400-2330

EM, NAnTU 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 J130-1300 Closed Closed 1130-130D
1630-2230 1630-2230 1630-2330 J630-2330 1630-2230

NAS Outdoor Pools Secured For Season

NATTC Outdoor Pools Secured For The Season

? NATTC'nf.r Gym 1300-2100 1300-2100 1000-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100

1000-1600 OB 1000-1600 OB. 1000-1600 OB 1000-1600 OB 1000-16000B
NAB Bow1lD" ,1600-2200 LB 1600-2200 LB 1300-23000B 1300-23000B 1600-2200 LB 1600-2200 LB 1600-2200 LB

2200-2300 OB 2200-2300 OB _ _ _ 2200-2300 OB 2200-2300 OB 2200-2300 OB

NATTC Craft Shop 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 ,,1300-1630
1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 J730-2100 1730-2100 .1730-2100 1730-2100

Tennis Courts (Navy Ex.) MOO-Dark 0600-Dark, 060O-Dark 0600-Dark 0600- ark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark

Golf CourH 0830-Dart 083O-Dark 0730-1800 OaOO-1800 0830-Dark 083O-Dark 083O-Dark

Flab Camp 0800-' hr. 0800-34 hr. 080o-' hr. 0800-34 hr. 0800-34 hr.
Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown, Closed Closed
Robby Shop B1d. HI 1400-2100 1400-2100 0900-2100 1300-2 100 Closed Closed 1400-2100

XDd or Sw1mm1Dg Bldg.11. 1600-:000 1600-2000 1130-2000 1200-200( 1600-2000 1600-2000 1600-2000



Increase Of 3 CC-UF Drive

Continued from Page) ... :.
.... > Begins HereContinued
percent of all crimes are committed "k

by 17-year-olds and 1; r rf C4
Sunday, October 11 ( from Page 1))
younger, while 39 percent are ,.-
ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL committed by 14-year-olds on .,' civilian personnel, have tradi-
0830-Service of Worship. down. Ii 4 1 tionally been solid supporters of

0930-Sunday School, three- .- such endeavors and I feel confid-
"Other indications of lack of
year-olds through adults, Build- 4 ent we will meet our obligationthis
leadership were in Korea, he "
ing 722; Service of Worship, year, he added.
asserts, "where our servicemen k t
Chaplain Beatty. failed to uphold personal responsibilities : : Harry Gonzalez, CC-UF presi-

1100-Service of Worship. as American fight- dent, emphasized the need *for

1830 Teenage Fellowship, ing men." :. :. such united campaigns. -'Even'in

Small Chapel; Senior-High Fellowship such prosperous times as these
I Only five percent of our 7,000
Building 722. : : there are many families in our
American prisoners-of-war exhibited : :1k
1930 United of
Fellowship p community who need assistanceand
I any leadership at all, he
Protestants, Building 722. I need it badly. We should not
continues, and a good portion of
turn our heads to their plight.
our prisoners collaborated with
) ST. EDWARD'S! CHAPEL the enemy at some time during 1 "CAN WE honestly live with

0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass: captivity. ; ourselves if we fail to help some
S S %* crippled or sick child, man or
ALL THESE wartime weaknesses
ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL woman? When we help these
he feels, can be minimized -
Naval Hospital ) c people, we are helping to builda
through'such leadership train-
0630-Sunday Mass.0030Protestant better community for aU of
ing programs as the one in progress "
Service. .-4 us, he said.
here. Major objective of 4 I '

lectures is combat readiness, and Hugh Abernethy, campaign
VP-16 Home emphasis is placed on organization ... ... ... chairman, assured the group that
RESERVE. = Robert Gillis, AEC.; was
(Continued from Page) management, human relation honored TRANSFERS recently at a ceremony In which he received orders every one of the 42 agencies wasa

cement what had previously beena and responsibilities of the to transfer to the Fleet Reserve. He's shown getting a salute worthy one and each had a
Navyman. from fellow chiefs at NATTCenter after being congratulated by special service to provide and a
collection of well-trained Individuals Based on NavPers leadership Comdr Edgar Edmonton, Training Officer of Aviation ElK"trician"s job to do-that of making many

into a highly compet- training materials, basic recom- Mate School. families happier.

ent and efficient operating team. mendations involving training of Glimpses On Russian Living To Be "THE OVERALL goal is basedon

The 12 planes that VP-16 flies enlisted men within the local the minimum needs of the 42

are Lockheed P2V-5F patrol air command are made through the Shown At Open Meeting October 15 agencies and each penny c ntrib-

craft. The P2V "Neptune," alandbased program."In Public Relations Commit uted is used to the fullest advantage -
long-range, multiengine all cases, we feel this meeting.The ," he emphasized.
bomber should be done through the Sta- tee 'of the Jacksonville Area men making the trip will
patrol employestwo units
reciprocating engines and tion's chain of command," Lcdr. Chamber of Commerce is plan. also present many personal observations May Navy port launched at Naval their Station drive
Boutte declares. He also '
twojet engines. mends that one individual recom-should ning to sponsor an open public gathered in their con- yesterday, while activities at,

The crew operates a mass of always be responsible for doing meeting at the Prudential Audi- tacts with Russian people at the NAS Cecil Field begin their cam

electronics gear, capable of the training with his subordin- torium Thursday, October 15, at American Exhibition in the paign Friday. No overall monetary

locating air, surface and subsurface 2000. Soviet capitol. goal has been announcedfor

units in its patrol area. ates.From Norfolk, Lcdr. Boutte alyl the Jacksonville Navy effort.
Slides taken by the Chamber's There ,will be no charge to I
Four officers and seven enlisted Davidson compose one of eight However, participating units
men comprise a normal flight such two-man teams throughoutthe recent five-man delegation to attctnd the meeting and aQ citizens have set their own goals, based

crew. Navy. Moscow will be shown at the are urged to attend. on "one's fair share."