Jax air news
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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 29, 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).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00028307:01283

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On the heels of this area's
initial wave of cool, straggling mer whites until March 31. val reservation or going directlyto is undress blue "Baker" or dungarees Waves, both officer and enlisted -

autumn winds comes word of the Uniform of the day for offi- and from work and home. That's with white hat will switch to service

semi-annual uniform change for cers and chief petty officers, for The aviation green working or working cap. This can be dress "B" for uniform of the day

Naval personnel aboard the Sta- the winter months is service uniform may be worn excepton worn off the Station only if Sunday.
tion. dress blue "B" or service dress social or formal occasions.Gar- wearer has special pass. The garrison cap can be worn

khaki, with necktie. rison caps can be worn with UNIFORM of the day for en- except on social or formal oc-
WINTER uniforms come into THE KHAKI working uniform this outfit only on days the listed men, other than chiefs, casions. Liberty uniform for wo-

vogue starting Sunday. On this. may be worn year-round from wearer intends to fly. will be Dress Blue "Baker". men is service dress "B", with
date, personnel can stow sum- sunrise to 1800 while on the Na- For "whitehats," uniformI That's with white hat. gloves added.

C S EmployeesSeen -

LikingInsurance Bill .Jtl'

Government employees and
their families will be coveredby

a contributory health insurance -
program beginning :
July 1, 1960 as result of the Vb 117 No. 34 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 29 October 1959'exec'

( passing into law of the Fed- -

eral ployees Employees Health Benefits Health Em-Act ;; ; ,; United Fund DnContributions P

of Establishment 1959. of the programis ;I;' :. :; ,, ]

being hailed as a major ad-

vancement in Federal employ- LagKeymen
ment practices.
HEALTH coverage will be :

available to Federal workerson
and campaign workers have regrouped for a
the of 1
payroll as July fresh effort after learning that contributions to the Jackson-
1960. The bill has made
no pro- ville Navy Community Chest-United Fund drive reached 31.6 '
vision to cover retired employeesor
ones who retire between now percent midway in the campaign. ..

and the time .the program starts "This first report is less month, or it's equivalent.
operating. k than we had anticipated, but No overall monetary goal has
Employees who retire'.after we traditionally get off to a been established for the Jax

the law takes effect will be able slow start," campaign offi- Navy effort, but participatingunits ,

to continue their coverage if t ___ cials pointed out. "The percentage have set their own goals, \
they have at least 12 years serv- is expected to zoom based upon "one's fair share".
ice and keep paying their premiums p -I_I,4e this week, following last Fridays FIRST REPORT issued by the

: civilian pay day and treasu/er shows that Marine
The. new program will be on this Friday's military pay Aviation Detachment of NATT-
a voluntary basis; however, up-' day," they added.MILITARY Center has contributed highest

wards of 80 percent of all gov- ss.. 4 arNR AND civilian personnel percentage among participatingunits.
ernment workers ,are expectedto are reminded they do MAD reached 69%, followed ;
apply for coverage. not necessarily need cash to by NATTCenter with

COST OF the insurance will :. # contribute their fair share. Con- 66.7%; NAS Jax, 49.8%; Naval

be borne equally by the em- ','.aLy0 kCfO'. .. "'a:9ti;_:'_ H'n."....__ "aac1 ,naxif'Z' 'h"dDa.Alk A'.iY'''''''''___'''W'........... tributors can give cash or can Station Mayport, 38.6%; Naval
ployee and the government, but THE REAL UNITED WAY Ai a service to civilians pledge entire amount and pay Hospital, 33.4%; Fleet Air Wing
employees wishing more exten- wishing to contribute a portion of last week's pay to the Com- directly the Community Chest- Eleven, 32.9%; NARTU, 25%;
sive coverage will be able to munity Chest-United Fund Drive Brink's Inc provided free United Fund on a semi-annually, NAS Cecil Field, 16.4%; Com-
,check cashing service last Friday. Brink's employee C. E. Chalk-
it bearing the extra cost. quarterly or monthly basis. The
get by mander Fleet Air Jax, 5.and
er, (left) cashes paycheck of Patrick Antonelli of O&R Department -
The program will provide bas- (partially hidden) while Samuel Wright of O&R. (fore- fair share giving guide applied De at Mayport, 4.9%.
ic protection against ordinary ground) puts donation in the CC-UF barreL throughout the community is Several individual units within -
short-term illnesses and hospit- based on one hour's pay per the major commands have

alization and also major medical First Photo A3D Given -/ reached 100 percent, including
expenses resulting from prolonged Fasron Nine under ComFairJax,
illness or injury. 114%; Public Works, of NAS
Cost to the employee shouldbe Welcome By YAP 62 LOW Jax, 137%; Industrial Relations,

about $1.25 every two weeks A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. of NAS Jax, 107%; Medical De-

for a single employee and about Heavy Photographic Squadron 62 of NAS Jax received Tides at Atlantic Beach: partment, of NAS Jax, 103%;
$3 every two weeks for a mar- Training Facilities, of NATT
its first A3D-2P this week. Fri. 6:03: 6:26: 12:15:
ried worker and his dependents.The Center 127% and Aviation Of-
.. The brand new craft is the photo-configured model Sat. 6:54: 7:16 12:32: 1:06:
money will probably be Of a the famous A3D bkywarrior, Sun. 7:44 8:06 1:20 1:57 ficers' School, NATTCenter,
withheld from the employees' biweekly backbone of the Navy's heavy would make the ideal replace 105%. /I
pay-check. ment for the AJ-2P, currentlyused
FEDERAL will have attack program. the long-range ...'' ..
employees as Navy's :r:4r: .y
: /
: .}..#,ffk1, ix
I their choice of a number of WHEN THE photo-type A3D photo plane. .a';M/a:4d cN:7; i.4 4#, l::cycaei.Xm Y.: : : yf X dyt mar; > j o aka, r%:,$:; f.i's; ,f i4 fwX:. .r.. r.,,. ,.. ':'#
rE rc
health insurance programs in- became operational almost four Over the years the AJ, vener- .. t lj .,'}. f
'f.o / .f
(Please turn to Page 8, CoL 5)) years ago it was decided it able and tired, has plugged along I fib' .yam a

doing a good job. The aircraft

I Top Men Change Posts I has flown tens of thousands of
flight line miles, and consistently -

Change in assignments involv- has brought home the bacon.
(CVA-38)), where he was executive Years have a way of taking
ing major billets aboard the Sta- I
officer'' Formerly he was their toll, though, and with them
tion will see Capt. Grayston H.
I of Nav- have gone the full effectivenessof
I l
Weber, present executive officerof
al Station Arg- the old Savage. v e'fr
NAS Jax taking over post of
entia, Nfld.A THERE WAS an audible sighof r
Chief of Staff, Commander, Fleet
graduate of relief Monday when the
Air i Jackson- U. of Southern A3D taxied up the VAP-62 line

ville tomorrow, Illinois, Cap and parked next to its older
relieving Capt. Weber was brothers.
George R.Luker. + VAP-62 currently
commissio n e d Y crews are
a Naval'aviator undergoing rigorous flight checkouts

Capt. Luker in June, 1939 Capt. Luker at NAS Sanford preparingto

will become after attending flight training at I fly the new plane. 3 b7H. ;.,4.fr/d yF y{ r ado >rk fli dm
CommandingOfficer Pensacola.He It's expected VAP-62 will be : 74 -
of NAS subsequ- completely trained and readyto

Ocean, Va., ently served use the A3D to its full capa-
while Comdr. aboard the USSTiconderoga bilities in less than six months.
Capt. Weber Robert Nelson, THE TWIN-jet A3D is' built M.w.c:::lm: -
"SHE'S A BEAUTY" Exclaims Comdr. C. W. Hollinshead,
RATCCenter Officer,will by Douglas and powered by Pratt -
present and USS York-
(left) commanding officer of VAP-62 as he inspects new A3D-
assume position as NAS execu- town in vari- and Whitney J-57 engines. It 2P delivered to the squadron last week. The A3D photo Sky-
tive officer. ous aviation can climb to above 40,000 feet, warrior will replace the AJ-2P used for several years ,by the
The Chief of Staff reported capacities. fly faster than 400 knots, oper- Heavy Photo outfit. Crews now training at Sanford are expected
new to be ready to fully utilize the new aircraft within six months..
to NAS Jax on June 9, 1958 '::jg r 3i The depart- ate from either land or carrier, Frobne
I ''''*'t-Al /f- I Showing Comdr. Hollinshead the plane is Comdr. C. T.
from the carrier USS Shangri-la Comdr. Nelson Turn, P. 3. C. 5 I (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 5)) prospective VAP-62 skipper.



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29 October 1959
... P'W""I

REUPPING, TIME Credit Union T Uses 'lenMeasures

JtI -S CURBED BY AF For SecurityDifficulties

Sweeping reenlistment

Capt. James R. Rtedy..................NAS......,,.Jacksonville..................................... Commanding Officer changes are being made by experienced by various Credit Unions have
C pf. Gr yiton H. Weber ........................................!....................... Executive Officer the Air Force "in order to been in the news spotlight recent months.
NAB Six Fleet Air Jacksonville Federal Credit
Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig ..............................M........................................ Commander obtain better programming of The Jax Navy an known to use this protection
Cept. George R. luker ....................................................,....... Chief of Staff, FairJax personnel and assignment con- Union, of which you are method.
Capt. AAacphtrion Willlami .................................................... Chief of Staff, NAB Six equal owner, has closed the
Fleet Air Wing Eleven trol." hatch with 10 important security 5. Members receive a quar-

Capt. Robert M. Milner ....................................................-..-.................. Commander terly statement. This is a photo-
Capt. Charles L Lambing ............................................................ Chief Staff Officer That branch of the servicehas measures.MEASURES taken by the local copy of your ledger account card.
Naval Air Technical Training Center cut reupping time from
Capt. Robert J. Fleming .____ _____-_ ____ _- Commanding Officer outfit include: 6. The local CU has bond
Comdr. Gerald R. Pearson ...........;................................................ Executive Officer 90 days after discharge to 24 1. Duplicate vouchers: Receiptsfor coverage for two million dollars
Naval Hospital hours and cut periods for made which covers loss through
Capt. Alton C Abernethy ........................................................ Commanding Officer all monies received are any
Capt. John G. Feder ........................................................................ Executive Officer which enlistments are auth- out in duplicate. You keep a copyto source, with exception' of loansto
NARTU orized from six to four years, prove your transaction. members.
Capt. F. H. Holt ........................................................................ Commanding Officer record the 7. 20 PERCENT of the CUs
Comdr. B. N. Hart ..................................................,.......... Acting Executive Officer effective Sunday. 2. Expert operators
daily business on bookkeeping net earnings is set aside an-
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida tat no Women in the Air Force are machines and the books are nually to cover bad debts. The
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-95 Rev. July 1958. given option of a three or day. national average is one-half of
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, balanced every
Navel Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air four year enlistment. 3. Within seven days after end one percent, whereas the Navy
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital. of each month, the Financial and Credit Union has maintained a
Service Information Officer .................... Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnli Jr. More information on the is posted in low ,of one-fifth of one percent.
Assistant Service Information Officer .................... Andrew H. Planey AF reenlistment changesare Statistical Report
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters-Elaine Terrell; Ron Davis. AN; Gene new the Credit Union office and fur- 8. While a Supervisory Com-
Hagan, JOSN; Ellen Gay, SKI. Photographer-Joseph O'Brien, PH3. contained in a message nished to every member. mittee is responsible for making
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material recently issued from Head- 4. A COMPLETE microfilm checks of operations, it employesa
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs,
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photographs. quarters to all major air command record of ledger cards, loan CPA firm to audit the books,

Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone extensions notes and checks is on file. periodically and annually.
8164, 656, 272 or 216. transactions are recordedin
Daily 9. Being chartered by the Fed-

I the same manner. No other eral Government, as the Jax

All Saints'Youth Credit Union in Jacksonville Is Navy outfit is, means that an '

audit must be made annually by

Eyeing UNICEF I as,.. .. ::. government auditors. They, too,
: .. Ramey make periodic inspections of

'Trick Or Treat'A operations.

Top AirmanOf 10. A GROUP of nine fellow
lot of NAS Jax teen-
workers, who hold meetings at
will be "trick treating" -
agers or
679th AF least once a month, directs operations -
Satuday night-but not as a Board of Directors.
for the usual candy and cook Congratulations have been ex-
They continually study the cur-
to Leon Ramey
ies.Money tended A2/c ,
situation and make recommendations
for the United Nations selected "AirmanoftheMonth"for rent -

Children's Emergency Fund will September by the 679th AC- for future operation.Marines' .
be sought in a door-to-door cam
paign by members of the NAS
first time this
This was the Pictorial
''Teen-Age Fellowship. /
type of award was presented toa
FOR THE third consecutive
member of the NAS JaxbasedAir History PublishedWashington
year, the All Saints Chapel igroup
Force unit. (AFPS) A. Marine -
is taking part in the program ;
'to help supply food,. milk and Ramey, assigned as Adminis Corps civilian historian
medicine for needy children trative-Clerk of the 679th ACW- Lynn Montross, is the author ofa

throughout the world. RON, was selected in recognitionof comprehensive history of the

According to Chaplain Ernest outstanding performance of leathernecks titled "The United

Reagan, advisor to the group, duties. States Marines-A Pictorial History -
youths will call on residents in AIRMAN OF THE MONTH-A2/C Leon Ramey (right) has The outstanding airman was ," published by Rinehart and

their homes both on and off 'the been selected "Airman-of-lhe-Month" for September by the presented a plaque and letter of
Station between 1800 and 2000. 679th Aircraft Control and Warning Squadron of the Air Force commendation by Col. O. Kivi- Co.The first pictorial documentation -
stationed at NAS Jax. Ramey, one of the unif administrative
FOLLOWING THE collection clerks. wa. awarded a plaque and letter of commendation for pelto, commanding officer of the of the Marines to include
period, fellowship members will outstanding performance of duties. Giving him the award in a unit at its monthly Ground I Korea, the book contains 434
meet in the Sunday School build- ceremony at King Hall last week is Col. O. Kiripelto, commanding Training Meeting last week. illustrations with text, drawn

ing for a costume and masquer- officer of-the--679th.- -- Ramey, native of Racoon, Ky., from some 100 different sources.

ade party. Prizes will be awarded Wins CNO Safety Plaque enlisted in the Air Force in Octo- Montross, a member of the

,for costumes, contests and ber, 1958 and reported to 679th Historical Branch at Headquarters -
games. ACWRON in January 1959.
Composed of military dependents VP-5 Presented High Troughout his enlistment he has Marine Corps, is editor and
and children of civilian been recognized by his superiorsas co-auther of the five-volume of-

employees from the seVenth outstanding and a credit to fical history, "U. S. Marine Oper-

grade through 14 years, the Teen- Aviation Safety HonorPatrol the Air Force. ations in Korea."

Age Fellowship meets, at 1830
each evening in the '
Five of three ComFair Jax
Squadron one units
Small Chapel. Children living on
named winner of the Chief of Naval Operations Safety 'I
and off the Station are eligiblefor
membership. Award: for fiscal 1959, was presented the award symbolic of
il 1 A.
tne high nonor last jmaay. I
Recently a new slate of officers Rear Admiral Kenneth Craig, VP-5 won the high honor

was installed, including Martha Commander Fleet Air Jackson- under all types of weather con-

Davis, president; Carol Grissom, ville, presented the award to ditions. While fulfilling their i

vice president; Dick Foss, wor- Comdr. Arthur C. Cason, skip- anti-submarine operations, the
ship chairman; Pamela Fraser, "Mad Foxes" traveled from the
per of the "Mad Foxes.
secretary and Linda Becker, FIGHTER Squadron 14 and sunny Caribbean to the frigid '"
treasurer. wastes of the North Pole. :.
Heavy Attack Squadron Five
VERDAN AIDS POLARISLab which also won th-e CNO award DUring fiscal year 1959, VP-5, ': i '... .
testing of an internal nav- for being the best squadrons of which flies the P2V Neptune, I ';;;" :: .

igation system known as Verdan their type in the Atlantic, Fleet, I deployed five times, completing .:': :: ..\"': -' .
both and will almost seven months of advance ,...5 ": '
has been successfully completed, are deployed re- f't' .. _
says the Navy. ceive their awards at a later base operations. ; ,..t\
date. THIS WAS accomplished with-
The system will assist in -precisely out a single accident. In fact, t .

fixing underwater launch- Smolenski, Cramer TakeAE'A' the squadron's logs show just ,.. .l: ... .-
ing position of the Navy's Po- hours since the last i ''1'.' ,
38,226 .
accident ': ." .., %
:* "
Graduation .. ,
Honors .
ballistic missile. >
way back in August of "\ ,
Taking graduation honors at 1955. iiil;;
Aviation Electrician's Mate In announcing the winning IPf ;

Are You In The School, Class A, last week were units, the Navy noted that it had .

Phillip Smolenski, AEIAN, of completed the safety year of fly- ; ,
Lagging 69%? Grand Rapids, Mich., and Carl ing on record.Operations "" "'''''_* ''''mrwrtH> v .s JMO xv-%.: ?* >::it&\j..g.S\: ;: : ;. K9W.wKwwB HHRwwvw'*.v .x.v:_:..'','.

Cramer, AEMAA, of Boise, Ida. than AVIATION SAFETY WINNER Patrol Squadron Fire,
were more I recipient of CNQ Aviation Safety Award for fiscal 1959, Is
Give To Cramer is now heading for seven percent safer than last presented citation and plaque from Rear Admiral Kenneth
duty at NAS Alamenda, Calif., year, which was a previous low Craig (second from left) Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville.
of consecutive Present for the ceremony were, left to right, CapL Robert M.
CC-UF Drive while Smolenski will transferto in seven year s ,
I Commander Fleet Air Wing lli Admiral Craig: Capt.
accident trend.
in downward
VR-7 Japan. Charles L. Lambing.and Comdr. Cason, VP-5 skipper.


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29 0' ct''r 1959 JAX Mil NEWS Page :3'Top

Hen ChangeAssignments Spraying By Helicopter


years ago, research began'on I

(Continued from Page 1)) the HIQAL program, to de- ti aN Is LoweredWashington

ing ComFair Chief of Staff, Capt: velop'an jnsecticide dispersal (AFPS) The

Luker, reported aboard the Sta- apparatus for use on large'mili- separate commuted ration for

tion oh Sept. 8, 1958. He was tary helicopter. 30 ,days ago, 0 ., enlisted personnel of all serviced
& R Jax successfully .converted
'formerly Commanding Officer of will be cut ,to $1.10 a day, five
the apparatus for use on the lat-
the USS LakevChamplain (CVS-
.* cents below current rate, effective -
39). est Ii Ts-1 helicopter.DEVELOof.
HIDAL Jan. 1, 1960.

Qfc>t.Luker, was flight instructor (Helicopter Insecticide Dispersal The five-cent daily reductionIn

at NAMTC Pensacola, and Appartus, Liquid) began at Camp rations paid to thousands of

Officer in Charge of Saufley LeJune, N. C. under leader- enlisted men who take meals out- .

i;Field He was also Executive Of- ship of Comdr; G. S. Stains, He side the general mess will aver-

ficer of NAS Whidbey, Wash- successfully built the prototype, age roughly $18 yearly per man.,

ington and the USS Kearsarge. which was then perfected and The $1.15 ration currently in

NAS Jax new Executive re- tested by the Marine Corps at fL effect is based on cost of individual -

,ported aboard the Station as Cherry Point, N. C., and approved .'S ri. ,,, S <4 meals in Army, Navy,
RATCCenter Officer on April for operational use by.BuAer. S< Air Force and Marine Corps dining -

27, 1959, from VW-2, Patuxent Comdr. Stains, now Officer-in halls. This figures out U

River, Md, where he was Exe- Charge of Disease Vector Control thirty cents for breakfast; 45

cutive Officer.Previously Center at NAS Jax, says This cents for lunch, and forty cents
apparatus consists essentially ofa for' the evening meal.
Comdr. Nelson
pair'of spray booms extendingout
served as Executive Officer at
on both sides of the heli-
VR-25 in London and Naval -
as Cdpt.Fulghum
copter fuselage in a delta design,
Advisor to TAC at Langley Air
Force Base Va. with pumping assembly and re- .... .... "._m_.........___. .m......__ -
sevoir mounted within the cargo AERIAL SPRINKLER SYSTEM?-Not exactly. The ,hell- To Retire on
He is posessor of American department. copter shown is spreading insecticide part of the Hidal pro-
Theatre, Europe-Africa Area (1 "THE INSECTICIDE is discharged gram set up by Disease Vector Control Center of NAS Jax. November 1stCapt.
Star), Asiatic Pacific, American from, the boom througha The prototype was built and approved for use in 19S7. Last
month, O&R Jax converted this apparatus to fit the latest model James E. Fulghum, the
Defense, Victory Medal, ,and series of "Tee-jet" nozzles and HUS-1 helicopter to help fight a disease epidemic in the Far hats-
China Service awards. \ distributed over a wide area by East. The apparatus above can be mounted and dismounted officer Who wears four
the turbulence provided by the with little alteration to the 'copier. that of NAS Jax Senior Medical
A graduate of Yale U, with a
-- Officer, NAS Jax Flight Surgeon,
Masters degree in Forestry, helicopter rotors, "continues "sprinkler system", and has a with exception\ of nozzles and a Staff Medical Officer of Commander -
Comdr. Nelson also attended Comdr. Stains. It mounted and swath of 250-400 feet. It deliversone few minor pieces of hardware.At Fleet' Air Jacksonville,
dismounted with little alterationto to two of toxicant time Comdr. Stains
Penn State and North Carolina quarts per present and Staff Medical Officer of
the aircraft.
State acre at an optimum altitude of and hU staff are working on
Commander Naval Air Bases,
When the tests were conducted '
75 feet of for
development apparatus
there was a definite need f> Sixth Naval District-will retire
"HIDALPROVES useful- aircraft and the
its use on jet com-
With TheToasfmasters "spraying via air" and all equip- from active duty November 1.Capt .
ness in many ways, one of them pletion of this project seems to .
x ment was for WWII planes fastbecoming being ipraying hard-to-reach be in the very near future. The .. ., 'L .Fulgh'um.. .has. been. ',in.
obsolete. reas. Another use being ease of roto-wing adaption however has ( his present
AFTER THE "Hidal" tests were mounting, but its most impor- the greatest, potential of riding post since May

The 'of completed and the apparatus became tant feature is that it can be areas of disease carrying inserts ,' "" 'of 195ft, coming
281st meeting Toastmasters :'a working model I. the need made from ordinary materials than "any :other, Apparatus, yetI .. ,{ here from duty

Club No. 546 last Thursday arose,for this to be converted to found in the Navy supply system I invented.'Can't ::. at. Corpus
began with introduction of the HUS-1 helicopter to combat """" : Christ!

guest of the evening, Henry a disease epidemic in the Far While
I. Have Cake And Eat i here,
Bright: .of NATTCenter, East. It/ the captain has
O &: R Jax did this In record
Roger Hartman conducted Ta- time, and the conversion was so been responsible -
Saw Poses :
ble Topics on "The" Most Desir- successful that the new Bureauof Pleasant Puzzle for promo-
able Occupation.
Weapons is initating action to "You can't have cake' tion physical;.
and eat it too. -
an age-old
Formal speeches were started C pl. Fulgham fitness, pre-
with two ice breakers, Paul Ab- use the.converted apparatus for adage, certainly. But to mothers in the Maternity Ward of ven Ion and control of dis- .
operational use.
the Naval Hospital the choice is theirs.
bott speaking on the "Grand !
This apparatus works like a ease and injury, and care of the
Party of his Naval Career" and Lovely minaiure pink or blue -
cent Hospital'Planning Committee sick and injured of some 8,000
cakes, baked daily at the Hospital -
1 II Bill "Big" Crosby elucidating on meeting derived this idea military and 4,200 civilian personnel -
are given to each new mother. -
the auto-biography of his life. COOL GHOULSCONGREGATE with the though in mind of giv- .

A very convincing imitationof ing the mothers an added service As Staff Medical Officer, he
THE CAKES'are daintily dec-
Al Capone was given as introduction during'their stay at the'Hospital. has responsibility for medicalcare

of a speech by Fritz Spooks will be in vogueat orated, so beautiful" that the RESPONSIBLE for producingthe of five other Naval air activities -

Hellings on responsibility of a Halloween Party plannedfor Hospital has found out most of cakes are Lt. William Mor- and some 20 Fleet unitsIn

members to" Toastmasters. Moe the Mainside Lounge, the women take them home be- gan, Hospital Food Services Division the area.Among .
Moessner ended the Building 955, tonight! duty billets of Capt.
"too to
cause, they're .pretty Chief; Henry Fuqua, HM-
with a travelogue on Cuba. The "witching session" will eat." C, Assistant Food Service Of- Fulgham have been Senior Medi-
be from 1900 until. Music will
cal Officer aboard USS Casablanca -
Master evaluator was Bill Mit ficer; Leatha Davis, Quarterman;
be provided'by, Johnny Gill- The cake idea is a new innovation NACSB New Orleans,
chell. lie awarded "Cup-of-the- Vincent Iaquinto, Leadingman;
Week" to Crosby, an unusual rup. Refreshments, will be served at the Hospital, being Nathaniel Breaker, designer and NS Green Cove Springs, NAAS

occurence for an Ice Breaker; started in early October. A re- baker.of the cakes, and Joe Rid- Cecil Field: and NAS Agona. He

dles, assistant baker and decorator also served with ComFair Mari-
annas and interned at Brooklyn

5, 5; ; fr f.I f. Some 200 of these tiny cakes Naval Hospital.An .

ii: II are given' out during an 'average interesting sidelight on
.. I
month. Capt. Fulghum's career is that

;_.,) I Only problem seems to be one ho made the rank of captain

+ of the recipients they want twice He first became a "four-
; ( V:1 i I I I \ two at time of issue- one to eat striper" in 1945 but reverted to

.and one to keep. commander a short time later
:':\ due to an abundance of captains.He .

'Tom Thumb' Helicopter made captain again in 1947.

He feels his career has been
Slated For Marine UseA
rewarding. Once in Guam after
:, 4 : G.yr.ryN : simple lightweight one-man treating a Philippino boy he received -

helicopter is being tested for I through the mail a beautiful -

possible use by the Marine hand-carved nameplate for

; Corps. his desk. This was only one of
.. "" /: The Corps plans to put the many momentoes he has gotten
$ rwS f
+' Yj::; :k l ? :' ;t'yL' .8i..,.:' y'n.g9' JySfr ,{ small 'copters, called rotocycles, from grateful patients.

: a .4 ,'*'/p. :./1r,;::',. y ;;Pyy ?t j1M.,'. 5V { into use for small-unit recon- Capt. Fulghum plans to liven
k" % f'ys'.Y. ; ;'nfy' 'f'rY' X
naissance and
fy 'j:: }: ,: .' '' :: liaison courier Jacksonville upon retirement
,?S> I, f y rW.G : Y r" x'y service, artillery observation, and
: ro ;, .oYq I ,accept a post with the State
}, :. ::3 I y3 4 f' wire laying and similar tasks. Board of Health.

t 4 : e: ,', r ,;:'y;''{ The helicopter, weighs only Capt. Joq Weaver is due to be
._ ,,, ',_ ,,_ __: ..
-.w: '' mt *"-' #ey o.D r Y} x y: ao> "' r e9 YS{b'aoS r ifb2a' xR'9dsrr ute''}ul.wwX wn'''b''''GMT;'';
'NEW t 'MATERNITY .TREAT A new T Innovation, proving quite popular after Just.. few. 425 pounds empty. It's poweredby new Senior Medical Officer for

weeks, has been put into practice at the Naval Hospital Maternity Ward. Each new mother Is a four-cylinder, 62 hp. Por- the Station. Capt Karl Whitney,
presented a miniature cake beautifully, decorated In appropriate color schemes of either pink sche engine made in Germany.It present Executive,As st, will
or blue. The women shown seem happy upon *sipt of their pastry.both with blue motif an- twin counterrotatingrotors. act.in. the 'post until arrival of
nouncing the birth of sons 'for each and quite by accident, the fifth'chUe! for both women. ,Won-
dering whether to _ai the cakes or take them home, are, left to right Mrs. Donald Kennebeckand Can reach top speed of Capt. Weaver from NAS Ana-
Mrs. Frank Stioup. 72 mph. ostia.r .


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Pag*.4 JAX Alt NEWS -. 29 October 1959

I Marines' Celebrate 1: 84th Anniversary J Jax Navy Fares I

: .
HI une ox we "Ugntmgest"*" outfits Well In Florida
in the Armed ForcestheUS and powder to help in the struggle tions of the world that this up- German attack that had threatened -

'Marines-celebrates its 184th for independence.With start country was a force to be to engulf Paris. And of Pistol

anniversary November 10. end of the Revolution, reckoned with course their part in WWII and Tourney

the Marines were disestablished This was only the beginning. Korea is a more familiar: part of Jax Navy's pistol team pickedup

It was on that date in 1775 along with other Armed Forces, During the war with' Mexico, our fighting history. where it left off last, year,

that the Continental Congress Marines took several ports along The past 184 years have given entering a state shooting tourney -
authorized raising of two batta- They were reorganized In 1798 to the -coast of that country. In addition the Corps much of which to be and coming away with a
lions for service during the Rev take part in the unofficial war
\ a special battalion served proud. Whatever may face our host of trophies.The .
olution. Four months later they against France. with the Army and stormed country in',the future, it will find
local shooters
went into the first of a long list Not afterwards Mexico This their renowed
long they City, put the Hallsof the$ Marines, with Winter Haven last weekend,

of actions.In teamed up with Navymen in the Montezuma. in the Marines' esprit de corps ready to engagein copped 21 first place awards, 14
their first raid in the Ba- "Med" the will their
against Barbary pira- Hymn. deeds that equal for runner-up spot and.six third
hamas, the Marine seized gunsMJ" .tes and proved to maritime na- In WWI, they turned back a past accomplishments. place honors. '

c THE SAX Navy 'Blue' team
Marine InstructionTest
,n: ) captured High Military Team

,. .,.* ;I. lJj1ij.j Picks Winners Trophy for the second i conSecutive -

: Washington (AFPS-Two year.
lN1jym J leatherneck instructors were Don Peters took first place in

all events in the Marksman class
classroom technique ,
cited for their -
j A doll of chapeau to Anne- in the annual Techniqueof while,Allan Johns t ,took four first

belle House, secretary to the Instruction competition ,sponsored place totles, two thirds and one

I O& R Department Officer, for by the Marine Corps Ins- runner-up award, plus High

suggesting the new name for this s titute and "Leatherneck" maga- Military Shooter honors.

column, "Jax Heir .News" Art Newman took High Mili-

; Thirty-five,births were recorded 4 zine.AGySgt.. Myron Mlachak of tary Expert award while Bert

at the Na.val Hospital "checkin" the 2nd Marine Div. and Corpl. Bankester took five first place

department recently, with J.R.W. Purdell of 3rd Div. were trophies in Sharpshooter com-

boys leading the way, 18-17. named first place winners. petition.

Numbered among the births : .JX 11 Rf, yw o .'' Mlachak won the staff NCO EARL PAYTON claimed his

were twins, Herold Edward land contest, while .Purdell won in
share of the "loot"
by taking
Jean Elaine, to D. H. Benedict, f the below-sergeant category.
of first awards and
pair place
SH3, and Mrs. Benedict, born kI Second place winners were AS-
four runner-up trophies in cen-
I October 1. Sgt. Duke Stone of 1st Marine
fire and .22 calibre
ter firing.
I Born September 30: (Billy, to Aircraft Wing and ASgt. MichaelA. !

W. H. Cook, AM2( and Mrs. Tienken of Cherry Point MC- Bob Wilford placed second in

1 Cook; Carol Jo, to J. L. Prest- AS, N.C. Masters division of .45 cal. rapid

ridge, HM1, and Mrs. Prestridge; fire, John Rowe place third in

I Deborah Rene, to D. V. Brigance, .- Daffynishuns-Doubloon-twin .45 calibre Expert, ,National

RM2, and Mrs. Brigance; Nancy .. idiots.. Match Course firing, and Joe
.Hollingsworth, to- Lt (jg) and -<"' ;:w.-'. .$,."..;':%7 Carapellotti scored heavily in
Mrs. S., F Platt; Tammy Irma, :':'f"'*:C4'.'.....4'4.'.. ... .: :r'K:}:. :...f.: :.t Masters with two first, two sec-
; :*:::: ::::.::::;:::r : :1:::;: :::4i. :;;" OCTOBER DATE

to Robin Pfc. and Mrs. John Esley; I \.. ;.:.;1..r-:;!:.;.:.;'-A..:+1' ':"':;....: :. :..:;. :.:':...:;.1.,....w.;.._ ___ ..... -- onds and one third.
Rose, to Francis Baltes,
LAUNDRY OPERATIONS Johnson of the NAS Jax DECALS EXPIREOctober Herb, p'Neal, "a comparative
ADl and Mrs. Baltes
; George Navy Exchange Laundry empties wet: wash from large washer newcomer, took several awards
Randall, to G. R. Davis, AEC, into a centiifical dryer. After going through the latter, clothes date stickers of pri- with six seconds and two third-
and Mrs. 'Davis, and Deborah are then ready to be pressed. Each machine at the Laundry will vately-owned motor vehicles
handle up to 300 pounds of clothing each washing. The place finishes.;
Karen, to Sgt. and Mrs. 'Isaac process driven aboard'the Station expire -
is fully automatic with nine change of water taking place dur-,
Lee.October the 35 40-minute period. ; at mjdnight Saturday. The pistol squad is now sharp-
1 saw arrival of: Rob- October 311"W- ening .its eye for the upcoming

ert Lacey Jr., to' Robert Lee, I Don't be "spooked". Avoid Parris Island Invitational Shoot.

AD3, and Mrs. Lee; Patricia Diane ExchangeLaundy. Here Is lines Monday morning.' Renew ,

to W. L. Williams, EOH3, your sticker' today or tomorrow VETS HAVE JOB RIGHTS

,and Mrs. Williams; Dean Allen, Beehive Of Cleaning Activity Vehicles with October Navymen separating from act-'

to H. F. Faris, PH2, and Mrs. I decals will not be able to ive duty are being advised of re-
Fans, twin boy and girl to D. enter the Station Monday
Can you imagine rinse water from two dozen pairs of employment rights by BuPers,
H. Benedict, SH3, and Mrs. Bene- morning. as' part of a continuous informa-
Navy dungarees being as bacteria-free as water coming from
dict, and Michael Ray, to An- the ordinary tap? Documents needed for renewal tion program.Assistance.

drew Smith, FTC, and Mrs. According to tests taken at dif- en to rectify discrepancies. of sticker are valid in determining

Smith. AFTER YOU leave liability,insurance policy (10-
ferent intervals at the NAS-Jax your washat
Born October 2: Eugene,III, to Navy Exchange laundry, wafer ) the laundry it immediatelygoes 20-5), current ,state registration rights to return to jobs held priorto
entering the be obtained
E Neal Jr., IM3 and Mrs. Neat; following fourth and final rinseIn to the marking room where identification card or Navy may -
from the Bureau of Veterans
Paulette Lynn, to P. ArringtonJr. ,the washing process has less laundry slips are checked and //badge and current driver's of-
., ADJ3, and Mrs. Arrington license. ( Reemployment Rights
; -
bacteria count than that which each person's individual numberis '
of Labor.
Leslie Kay, ,to R. R. Whitman, comes out, of your barracks fau- placed on every article of Dept

AD3, and Mrs. Whitman; Jon cet or water ooler. clothing. .il-

Mark, to Lt (jg) and Mrs. .R. L. THE LAUNDRY boasts of hav- From there it* is sorted into i

Berry, and Deborah. Ann, to J. ing the most modern and up-to- washing batches as to color and ::
R. Stewart AMI and Mrs.
date equipment and method of material and assigned washinglot _

.art.Closing any of the laundries in the Navy. :numbers which remain with _
out the list nine
are Some 50 civilians are employed the clothing throughout its en-
tiny tots born October 3.
Theyare locally by the growing con- tire process in the plant
Linda Marie to J. Brooks
cern which is under the manage- The washing and rinsing
TN and Mrs. Brooks process '
; ment of Earl Appleby, a veteran is fully automatic with nine : ; '
Alan, to L. R. Gauger, AM2, and *' ;
20 in the and
years laundry dry changes of water taking place
Mrs. Gauger; Kimberly Ann, to
cleaning business in addition to
during the 35 or 40 minute washing -
J. 'L. Guckes, AK1, and 'Mrs.
,Guckes; Dale Edward, to N. D. having experience in the Navyas period. Six separate soap and
a" chief ship serviceman.Each water solutions used lowed V & -
are foil &F
Barker, MM2, and Mrs. Barker;
month the local launderers
five clear rinses. Starch is
Ross Allen, to A2/c and Mrs. O. by _
must make basic tests and w ; t (* I
W, Brown; Todd Michael, to T. added on the last rinse, if need- ,, t
report them to the American Institute ed.
A. Cross, AN, and Mrs. Cross;
of in Joliet
Monty Shane, to Sgt. and Mrs. Laundering REST OF the others are dried jJ
Ill., in order to keep up with
A. R. Lorenz; Robert LeSasso, and folded while pressers take

to Corpl. and Mrs. R. Herndon, standards WHITES set FOR up by the Institute. care of the things needing their I .. :::..b:: \' .___-___
example, undergo -
and William John, to J. F. Bailes, attention During all this, the lot
AM2, and Mrs. Bailes. a rigid test which exam- number is the only means of
ines their tensile strength and identifying your clothes"from L _
whiteness retention after
those of John Jones.
USAFI Courses Revised ous washings.In .

Madison, Wis. AFPS) The laboratories of the AIL, a Following wrapping, individual -

United 'States Armed Forces Institute sample piece of cloth is tested' bundles are returned to their

has revised the SpeechI and sent to the NAS Jax Laun-' respective commands or activi-

and II courses, which provide dry as well as to all other Naval ties for distribution.

functional' application of princi- cleaning establishments.This Approxmately 56,000 pieces of .
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ples of speech preparation and sample patch is washed clothing are rrocessed each WINNER DISPLAYS WORK Two NAS Jax employeeswere

.delivery. 20 times with other whites.under month at the local laundry. recently presented Superior Accomplishment Awards by
Capt. Thomas'B. Haley, (right) O&R Officer. Displaying sample
Both courses are designed pri- normal conditions and returnedto ,There are 12 pickup stations of his work is Van McLean, (seated) of Material Division, Prod-
marily for group study classes the laboratories ''for retesting.If which include the Main Laundry uction Planning Group, recipient of a ISO dollar award. Look-

'conducted by qualified instruc- it falls below standards, the Building, CPO Barracks, Marine ing on is 200 dollar winner Ruben Copeland, Leadingman Air-

tors. The courses are also avail- respective laundry is immediately Barracks, Hospital, Waves Barracks craft Mechanics, Ordnanceman Avionics Division. Also getting
cash but
not in photo Is Arthur Mingledorff, of Material Division -
able for correspondence study. notified, and all.measures tak- and NATTCenter. Production Planning.


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1 NEWS'- 1

29 October 195S JAX Am' Peg* 5

Family Info Odd Dispensary Visitor i

Center To Be

Opened Here Causes King Size Stir

Assistance and up-to-date Information Visiting the NAS Jax Medical Department this week has
required by Naval per- been a man-sized-dummy used for training in first aid. Tho
sonnel and their dependents will dummy is Unique in that he bleeds from many. wounds.The .
be available dummy, a visitor from
at the Station's new I has broken teeth and also bleeds
Dependents' Information Centerto the Navy's Dental School in
at any given wound, both types
Washington, was designed as a
open Monday at'0800.
of bleeding-arterial and venousare -
training aid for dentists during
Located in the Northwest lower
emergencies.THE found on it.
''wing of Building 13 at the "VISITOR" has numer- After these remarks, the pupilis
Main Gate, the center is headedby then told to check the dummy
ous wounds but it is not de-
Michael Tufarella, AMC. He signed to represent a person-just for the most 'common,types of
is assisted by Dwayne Boyd, AN representative of the different injuries. r
and Thomas Lawrence, AA. : types of injuries most likely HEAD INJURIES are most
THE CENTER IS being estab- found in mass casualties.The common of all and there are
lished by BuPers Notice 1750, } z < following injuries can be three possible types-cuts, frac-

and NAS Jax Instruction 1750.1of found on this bleeding creature: ture of the skull, and damageto
October 16, 1959. head wounds, a burn, broken leg, the brain. The dummy even
Although established to serve abdominal wound and various bleeds from the ears, showinga
all commands in this area, DIC skull fracture, he has a cut
will operate within the frame- >.k 1aro cuts.When using the dummy as an forehead, and one eye pupil is
work of the NAS Jax organiza- a aid to finding and treating injury dilated, showing he has a brain

the following facts are injury.
tion.SOME OF the services, Information given to help the pupil. lie is Second most common type of

and assists to be pro- ti,} ry ; t an unconscious, injured person, accident is a fracture. The "mon-
vided by the center are Jackson- % the first things to check for are ster" has ,a compound fracture,
and in which ,the bone comes
ville area housing information, breathing bleeding. one
uniformed services and civilian [ IF THE PERSON is having through the skin{ and Is accom-

medical care, schools and chur- labored breathing, one of the panied by a laceration. Treatmentfor
ches in the area, recreational first places to check is in his this is to cover the wound
facilities available, and house- I mouth to make sure no broken with 'a pressure bandage and fixa
hold effects. teeth is blocking the air passage.In splint, if a splint can't be made,
case of bleeding use a pres- use some strips of clothing or
mation'Also available will be infor- .......,... .. ..........__..<<..,."'.""'..-......_ T ..' .. ...", sure bandage, if no bandage is anything and tie both legs. together -
on commissary stores, CRAZY HALLOWEEN COSTUME
The object
gruesome available use bits of your cloth- ,
Navy exchanges 'and hobby above might well make a good get-up for Halloween pranks but
shops, transportation, rights, it's not intended for that purpose. The dummy is used by the ing, if that isn't handy use your THIRD MOST common injury,
benefits and allowances, pass- Navy to teach first aid. It has been on display ibis week at the hand 'over the woundunderno which can be, seen on the manne-
Station's Dispensary and was put on show for Open House circumstances are you to usea quins left leg, is a' burn. Here
locator and
ports, directory ser-
festivities last Sunday.The "creature from somewheres" can
vice for the area, and, city and bleed in every one of its numerous wounds. It has every type of, the only thing a person should
station maps. wound that could'be obtained in battle.. In the case of the dummy, he I ever do is cover it with a clean
I salves shouldbe
loose bandage, no
,, Hours of operation of the De
applied.A .
pendents' Information Center are ..
loose bandage is the only
from 0800 to 1630 weekdays and
treatment, short of surgery, that
0800 to 1200 on Saturdays.
you can give to a person withan
f .It isn't the weather, it isn't the abdominal injury. In this
region, case the dummy has part of his
But speed and folly that fill up t intestinal tract on the outsideof
the Legion. Semi-annual General Assem- his body. A pupil is told not
bly meeting for election of CPO to touch this or to try 'and putit
Club officers has been scheduledfor on the inside of the body,
December 2. A change in These are reasons the fear-
By-Laws will also come up fora some-looking creature dummywas
vote on this date.
built with
originally so many
The Club's annual Hallaween different wounds. It has provedto
Dance is scheduled tomorrow. be a successful patient for
'y. (Friday) from 2030, to 0100. Although pupils, but the consensous of
it's to be a costume doctors here is that he won't ,
affair, it isn't mandatory to wear live, after what he's been throughbut

one. he is a good, guy to have
In event you do not wish to around when you -want to point
wear a costume, however, a out various wounds and their
donation will be requested for treatment'to first aid students;
the needy children Christmas
Several changes have taken
place In' the Harris Room this
week. Come and enjoy what is
hoped to be a more relaxing
7::,ph St'SF atmosphere for the fall season.A Sunday, November 1

Charity Ball for benefit of ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL
some 100 underprivileged chil- VA :( 06 Gladiators ,Reach 0830-Service of Worship.
dren is planned for November 0930-Sunday School, three-

10. New Operational High year-olds through adults, Building -
Objective of this evening is 722; Service of Worship,
to acquire sufficient funds to Attack Squadron 106, commanded by Comdr.. P. Foss, reached Chaplain Beatty.
begin arrangements for the a new high in employment of its A4D-2 Skyhawks while on a 1100-Service of Worship.
Christmas party the Club hopesto recent NATO exercise with the Sixth Fleet. 1830 Teenage Fellowship,
sponsor this yean Happy During the three-day strike Small Chapel; Senior-High Fel-
Hour prices will prevail throughout exercise portion of Operation gallons, or 36, 348 pounds of JP-5 lowship, Building! 722.

that evening. Crescent Mace, the Essex-based transferred. 1930-United i Fellowship of
Gladiators were given 19 tar- VA106 experienced 100 per- Protestants, Building 722.
4 Enroute to his pumpkin patch, gets. Of these, 13 were missions cent availability of. the, buddy .
an old-time farmer kept chuck- which required tanking. \ tankers. They also. refdeled two ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL
ling over the brightness of his strike aircraft from the same
THE GLADIATORS provided 0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass.
s{. Idea to,,stop, people from steal- airborne service stations for six tanker and allowed the Photo- ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL
Ing his pumpkins.He Cougars to three hour 10-
photo missions flown by VFP- run a Naval Hospital
had erected a sign announcing 62, Detachment 45.. minute cycle; 0630--Sunday Mass.0930Protestant .

"One of these pumpkins The squadron achieved 19 suc- Justly proud of. this list of Service.
contains poison. cessful strike missions, 18 tanker achievements, the 1959 CWO
CAPTIVATING I SMILES-ViYaciouft But when he arrived at the missions, also all' successful, 19 Safety Award winners fully CIVIL DEFENSE DAY
Pat McLaughlin of Silver patch, his eyes popped as he sawa striker aircraft tanked, includingsix December 7, a date symbolizing -
Springs may hide behind a second sign tacked beneath his Photo-Cougars. An averageof demonstrated capability and flex- the need for preparedness,

railing is doubtful Jack-O'-Laniern if anyone would but be it I own: "Two pumpkins now contain 342 gallons were transferredper ibility of their small but potent has again been chosen National
scared away. poison." tanker and a total of 5437 bombers. Civil Defense Day.

Success Of The United Fund Drive Lies In Your Heart'


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Ptg 6 SAX AIR NEWS 29: October 1959


Center Seamen Given i

Glimpse Of life At SeaRock

'n' roll, destroyer style, w&s presented to 47 seamen
from the Naval ,Air Technical Training Center' recently. .

There are mixed feelings about the performance. J
It all began when Comdr. -

Handford, T. Cruser III, com- damage control instruction, followed (<
manding oUfcer of the USS Bron- by General Quarters.

son (DD-668) Reserve training SURVIVAL AT sea was next ,

ship based at Mayport, inviteda point of instruction, with ship's I

group of' non-rated men from company givjng life Jacket demonstration (

the Cente? .aboard, the ship fora during "abandon : ,

two-day indoctrination cruise, ship" drills. At 1930, word was _ .-.-.- I

dubbed Seafam One. passed to knock off ship's work .,j Fr ,
'EARLY REVEILLE; was heldat and many tired men retreated ,2yii ;'. (
various parts of the Center to limited berthing spaces. ,

that Saturday morning as Ensign During the night at sea, the 1l

; John Lawson, officer-in-charge men were afforded a chance to
of the group, loaded his men stand watch on' the bridge 4s (

into buses for the long haul to lee helmsman, lookouts and

1,1!I Mayport messengers" A total of 18 Sea-

Lcdr. J. I. Moore, executive fam men stood watches.At .
officer of the Bronson, addressedthe
0700 Sunday, word was pas-
group while on, the deck of
sed that due to an approaching
,what was expected of them,
hurricane, course had been set
cruise noting that this was a working for Mayport. Ii

I Berthing assignment was nexton NOW ON the way home, the

the agenda, and to 47 "green- Seafam seafarers were divided '

ies" never before on shipboard,, into three groups for repair par-, _',',,,.. .-w.y;.,,,,,,,,_,,.,., ..,__ """'""'" _x N,'_ ..T'W'
comments were heard on the ty, engineering and supply department TASTE OF SEA FOR CENTERIES The roving photo .
limited space for "sacking out." orientation.At grapher captured this series of pictures aboard the USS Bron

THE VESSEL got underway at 1300; the first landfall was son, a Maypori-based destroyer during a recent two-day cruise
for NATTCenier personneL The photos show four facets of ship- Navy Wives
1 0900 for the operating area, some seen, and at 1400, the Bronsonwas
board life. ((1)) shipboard routine finds working hours, ((2)) mui$*
200 miles east of Jacksonville, moored at her Mayport en, ((3)) instructions, and ((4)) hitting the beach. Many of the men
and when Buoy Nine slipped by making the cruise were on a ship for the first time., Corner
berth. For many, terra firma wasa 1
,on starboard' side, working assignments -
were handed the NA- blessing but some, impressed Supply C Wives: Learn Of ,
TTCenterites. f by shipboard, life, wanted to Navy Wives Club No. 86 met

Swabbing, painting, scrubbingof remain aboard. at the Dewey Park Clubhouse

bulkheads, compartments For those seamen awaiting orders Daily Routine, Of Husbands for it's regular meeting October

,cleaning, mess cooking, and fo the Fleet, the two-day ... 21. Hostesses were Mesdames E.
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I, other such tasks were order of A dozen wives pi supply friend L. Largent, Donald Kubisiak
The boxed lunch of
f the day. I cruise was )Zeiptul.'or seam&n officers aboard the t Station and William King.
After better than abqut'to come aboard NATTCenSeafam Were treated to an .unusual a lonely aviator or weary .Mrs, John Davis and Mrs. Don
average sentry, subject of a good
I I chow, Seafam personnel assembled II ). now Jh the planning occurrence last ftheir'.uSbuds week a ring bit of enthusiasm from the wo- ald Long recently returned from .

on,the fantail for basic stage. side view .. men. San Diego trip they took as
in action.r" delegates to the National Con-
The Station's. Commissary Department They learned a typical boxed vention.
in for most of bit-of-fare includes two sand- It
came was announced that Mrs.
the scrutinization by the 'bandof wiches, a sizeable I
cigarettes Davis, club president, brought
extremely interested women. chicken, fruit, candy, ,
honor to the group by being
chewing lettuce, sandwich
Y ACTING AS guides for the gum elected< Southeast Reginoal Vice-
dressing, milk, fruit, juice, salt,
day were Capt. Kenneth R. and President for the coming year.
napkin dessert
Wheeler, NAS Jax Supply Of- pepper There will be a half price sale 3

ficer, Lcdr Lawrence Suther- Rumors have it that, becauseof Tuesday, November 3, at the

land, Commissary Officer, and their newly-found knowledgeof Not-New Shop, located next to 1
CWO Charles Collins. their husbands' abilities, the the station bank. Be sure to i

y..a :.: The women caught glimpses of girls are planning to have not a stop in and pick up some good 1

r I expansive storage spaces, per- few meals completely preparedby bargains. The shop will be open

f1 ______ haps wishing their cupboardswere the menfolk. from 0830 to 1430.
as full, sniffed goodies

I L and emitting out"tidy bake their on how shop aroma'from to, were cut "checked a a good neat- ir: ::'- ::; EF Ei

round ..
af. eye roast, and looked
( ,, :
through thefood preparationroom {4 .\ j't : 1 1I
,: \and, refrigerated spaces.
% iii
t .4 J LCDR. SUTHERLAND informed -

II the group of the importancethe

xy. j Navy puts on a balanced diet
a. for personnel. In, fact, the entire
a" intricate system of feeding hun-
dreds of persons, taste-wise -and

health-wise)!;' rather impressedthe : :
: : l
women. Typical commentwas I ____ (
SHOWS HIDDEN TALENT Mrs. Lawrence Sutherland "It was not at all what I j
(third from right) i. probably thinking "He'll do this at home 1
expected. ,
for me, or else t't' ." as the watches hubby. Lcdr. Sutherland, 1j j
NAS Jax Commissary Officer, cook hamburgers at Mainside The tour served its purpose Sh
Galley for benefit of wives of Supply officers who toured com- quite ably, according to Lcdr.
missary facilities last week. Among those seeing one phase of 1
Sutherland, of allowing the wivesto
being a Supply officer are, left to right Mrs. R. A. Wier, _
Mrs. K. R. Shirley, Mrs. Sutherland. Mrs. W. C. McClelland and see one phase of a Supply of- (
Mrs.. H. J. Skipper. ficer's job.Some _
f facts which toyed with

I Credit Union Votes Interest RefundBoard I the wives imaginations was that the of same the meal touring is ; ..:3

of Directors of the Jax The Credit'' Union is aboard never served twice in two weeks om" "_.._;....;'
Navy Federal Credit Union has
time, menus are planned some JOINT CRUSADE AWARD A certificate of appreciation
voted to pay a five percent Interest the Station to serve its members, for fine to the Federal
four weeks in advance, and that response Service Joint Crusade in Feb.-
refund to all members 1nI and if you're not a member a of the approximately one dollara March of this year was presented last week to Jacksonville
Navy. Accepting on behalf of military and civilian
good standing who had loans ,quick telephone call on exten- day allowed per man for food, who participated in the campaign is Cap James R.personnel. Reedy

1\ ,with the Credit Union during sion 8507 will give you infor- half goes to purchase meat. (second from left), commanding officer of NAS Jax. Howard
j 1959. mation on becoming a member. ALSO THEY learned that par- Dellert (second from right) southeast chairman for the drive,
I presented the award. Personnel of area Naval activities
takers of the daily mess are allowed gave
f This will reduce further the The interest refund voted by $16,000 to the Crusade which included the American Korean
to have ,all the milk, Foundation CARE, and Crusade for Freedom and was held
I' ,already low rate of interest at the CU will be sent in form ofa yegetables, salads and juices concurrently with National Health Agencies drive. The amount

i:- which loans can be obtained at check to eligible persons along Wanted, only dessert and meatis was largest single contribution in the southeast. CochairmenMMI
of the drly. Charlej Field (Ueft) and
Capt. Kenneth
f'' the 'Credit Union. with the December statement. portioned out: r ( witness the ceremony.r Wheeler


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1959 JAX A!; ; P&-O'.7, I


Happy Again,

Pigskin Trio

;& J-r---# :

Keeps TryingAir 'S p jwws

News football guessers dida r va

little better last week, com-

piling a .690 average, a bit higher tir;. Business As Usual Is
than the Fearless Three-

some's overall .647 mark. Call Of Flier Cagers
Joining the intrepid trio this

week is guest C mdr. Jack S.
The "out" but "in" Jax basketball
once now Navy varsity
Hall, Jax AdministrativeOfficer.
team has been producing news headlines at an accelerated

1 pace recently without touching the roundball.A .
Games are: AF-Army; Navy-. S5
few weeKS ago n was announced -
ND; Syracuse-Pitt; Purdue-IlL;. that the varsity sport eager to play are several Flier
Wisc.-Mich.; Fla.-Auburn; Duke veterans from the previous two ,
was all but dead at the Station.
Ga Tech; Miss.-LSU; Ky.Miami; Hardwood enthusiasts were mak- years, including Jack Dorman of I
TCU-Baylor; Texas-SMU; Ar l- VP-16.
ing plans to get their basketball
Utah; So. CaL-CaL; Colgate-HC, elsewhere. No word has been released yet

and Sleeper, Texas Western-lIar- on the Jax Navy schedule, but
THEN. AT the 13th hour early
dinSimmons.DAVIS approximate date of first compe-
this week, authorities here made
tition should be about three
O'BRIEN the Announcement that Jax

Army Air Force Navy would field a varsity cage weeks.
Notre Dame Notre Dame _> 'XN.---,*"",_"'''' :omr I__ The late hour of starting prac-
this .
SyracuseIllinois Syr.cusePurdue ADD TO TROPHY CASE-The Jax Navy Crackerjax ex. quintet season.Immediately tice gives the Fliers only a few
perienced one of their most successful softball seasons this on heels of the weeks of whipping into shape.It .
Wisconsin Wisconsin summer, with one of the high spot being capture of the City latter announcement came the
Auburn Auburn League championship. Judy Boxman, (center) Crackerjax burling news that Bob Jester of Cecil should not push start of the

Georgia Tech Georgia Tech mainstay for two seasons, receives trophies for the league Field one of the top players on regular season back, however.In .
MiaaiaalpplMiami MississippiMiami title and for pitching three no-hitters and a perfect game. the past, most seasons have
Presenting the awards is Frank McCaffrey, Mainside Athletic last year's poor club would be started Thanksgiving Week.
TCU TCU Director with Dusty Sirois, Crackerjax coach, looking on at left. playing coach of this year's
Texas Texas Fliers. -

Southern Utah Cal Southern Utah Cal Air Force Marines Lead in The local squad will have little its Liniment In

Holy Cross Holy Cross work cut out perhaps a
HardinSimmonsEDITORS Texas Western more than usual this season due

COMDR. HALL NAS Center Grid LeaguesAfter to the lateness at getting a club Order NowAt

Army Air Force into shape. Practice begins this

Notre Dame Notre Dame several weeks of "dragging feet" on the Mainside week at Mainside Gym daily at NATTC"Oh

Syr.culePurdue SyracusePurdue intramural touch football front, action picked up last week 1600.ALL my achin' back" is heard

Wisconsin Wisconsin with teams trying to get in their games before end of the INTERESTED personsare all over NATTCenter these days.

Auburn Auburn rapidly closing season. welcome to try out for a The cause of so many hands
Georgia Tech Georgia Tech ATOP LOOP standings is the gles for last year's AllStationcrown position with the Fliers. Jesteris heading for the medicine chest

MississippiKentucky LSU defending champion 679th Air may be in the mill. After hoping to land an ideal com and liniment bottle is that the '
KentuckyTCU battling to a 0-0 deadlock, the bination of height, speed and
Force, unscathed in five outings. Center has put into effect a new
TCU two teams met 'again with theAir
aggressiveness on the 1959-60
Texas Texas Only one opponent has crossedthe physical fitness program.
Force eking ,out an 8-0 victory
Utah Air Force too and team. under 40
Utah' goalline, All persons must perform -
Southern Cal' Southern Cal they performed that heat trick Jester, hitting coaching ranks controlled exercise neces-
Holy CrossHardinSimmons Holy Cross only one time. for the first time, looks to surround sary to maintain desired physi-

HardinSlmmontTVie The VA-44 Hornets. were the f himself with as many ex- cal standards. The three hoursa

lone ones to score against the Gator Football prienced players as possible. week of exercise include strenuous -

leaders, finally losing, 13-8. Un- Ducats GoingTickets STILL AROUND 'and reported'Gold' seasonal athletics, swimming -

defeated VW-4 and Air Force or an equivalent period of
WATER tangle soon. A win for the 679th for a pair of cru- Sparkles AdvanceIn organized calisthenics.

might well hand them the crown cial Florida football gamesare Center Bowling Race Among easier of the tests are

again. on sale at Mainside Spec- Aviation Electrician "Gold" the standing broad jump. and

LINEHardier ALTHOUGH the Cane Huntersare ial Services Office in Build- moved into first place in the N- the half mile run or jog, which

members of local undefeated, they've played ing 704.Some. ATTCenter intramural bowling requires the ability ,to run or

yacht and sailing clubs came out only one game and have several 200 ducats are avail- league last week without ever jog a half mile without stopping.A .
able for the FloridaMiamigame
Sunday afternoon to weather to make up before end of competition going to the alleys. little more difficult are
of November 28 in the
high winds and low temperaturesin This was accomplished when three chin-ups, 21 push-ups, 15
the regatta off Mulberry Cove Meanwhile, Marine Aviation Gator Bowl. Only a few tic- Marine Aviation Detachment, squat thrusts done in one minute
kets left for the Florida-
hosted by the Navy Jacksonville Detachment is on its way to a.. are one time co-leader, dropped a and 25 sit-ups in two minutes.
Sailing Club. second straight title in the NAT-, Georgia Gator Bowl tile of game, giving them a 23-5 season Weekly records of each man's
November 7.
Many small boat skippers TCenter Touch Football League.A mark. AE "Gold" holds a 20-4 progress will be kept by the individual -
Seats available in both
eyed with skepticism the two rematch of two titanic strug- are record. school or department.
east and west stands at $4.50
and-one-half foot swells stirredup I AO No. 1 is still in contention, Those failing to make satisfac-

by an 18-knot wind and left Horton Duo Takes should apiece. purchase Interested their persons tickets owning a 21-7 mark, and in tory scores will take the test

the boats on their trailers.It fourth place is Aviation ,Elec- over monthly until they masterit.

was a day for the Cruisers soon. trician's "Blue" with 18-6. For men who have completedthe
though, and five of them battled Tourney test, the required three hours

for the finish marker. Navy Jax Capt. and Mrs. Sam Horton .. can be used to participate in
F:f .
whaleboat/"Ichi Bon", sailing in paced participants in the Officers rr vY! ':'ix,1 h{ r,,fq.f fL' 4f 1fr.i?+r'4'Y :! athletics of their choice.

the cruiser class, placed third in Wives Mixed Two-Ball Golf /Q Up to three hours of participation
both heats. Tourney Sunday at the Station ffo-; weekly toward ,the required -

Bob McWilliams in Rhodes links. physical training can be

Bantam 572 had the Bantam field The Hortons won low gross : acquired by participating in suit-

all to himself and Comdr. Clancy honors for the day while Comdr. lYf,.'{fey able varsity or intramural sports.

Rich, disabled by a faulty clew and Mrs. Hal Kendricks took low

outhaul on his mains'l in the net, followed by Lt. and Mrs. Callahan Named To

first heat, held second place in George Ayers and David Thompson -

the open class with the Rebel 16 and Mrs. Patsy Mack. High Spike Post
in the final heat.
Ralph Callahan, AEC, instructor -
Next competition for the Greater -
at Aviation Electrician's Mate
Jacksonville Sailing trophy Late BreakingsMyron
School at NATTCenter has been
will be November 8 at the Rud-
Park Brady, promising 130. appointed Volleyball Chairmanfor
der Club in Orange
/f the Florida Association of the
Regular monthly meeting of pounder, called on his fail-grow- : ..3 Amateur Athletic Union.A .
the Navy Jax Sailing Club will ing stable of boxing knowledgeto SS/
r letter received from Howard
held at 1930( Tuesday, Novem- v x 1Y
outclass Tom McTigue in he ? a. /
: Bissell Jr., President, Florida
r 3 in the Reading Room
main event of a ninebout cardat
1 AAU stated, 'The state associa-
g Hall, Bldg. 563. All sailing
at- Tuesday's first boxing smokerof tion of AAU feels he is particu-
thusiasts are invited to>>
end. the season at King Hall. Y larly well qualified, due to his

Off his showing, Brady of NAS l1 stature in the world of Volleyball -

Jax, was voted the Most Out. .... and his interest as evidencedby
? Basketball Leagues u
ity standing Boxer Trophy.' his work in this particular
crack at the half-
late Meeting MondayFirst Next smoker is set for King mile run are a few men of NATTCenter. The event Is part of a sport in our high schools."

formation meeting for Hall at 1930 November 19. new physical fitness program recently' installed at the Training
ndependent basketball leagues is Center. All persons under 40 are required to perform controlled The price of 25 cents a line at
at exercises three hours a week, necessary to maintain desired the Mainside lanes allows
planned for next Monday All persons interested In ,.,.,..1", physical standards. The 880-run if one of the easier tests on the Special *
000 at office of the City Rec- Intramural basketball should contact the program, compared with 15 squat thrusts in one minute or 25 Services' a mere two cent

eation Dept., 1245 E. Adams. Athletic Office, extension 858. sit-ups two minutes. profit.td .

8 JAX AIR NEWS October 1959

In Case You've Forgotten C S EmployeesContinued

( from Page 1))

Witches'll Run SaturdayEven eluding government-wide Blue

Cross-Blue Shield,a governmentwide -

the most mischievous gobliir can make it through lIallowe- indemnity plan and local
en with a minimum of damage to himself if parents follow suggestions direct-service plans which offer
of health and. safety experts. $
The following plan has been \ pre-paid service through their
your goblin with a flashlight-
proposed for cutting down on own doctors.
cuts, bruises and tummy aches: powered lantern and dummy
knife. Employees eligible for
COSTUMES-Make sure thex'reflameproof
PROWLING Be will be able to
and light-colored to sure your sponsored plans
be seen easily at night. Reflect- goblin informs you where he's enroll in their union program
going how he'll be
ing tape, liquid or bands will, do long out \ and have the government pay
if he's under supervision and if
the decorating Job best. Be sure \
Xw part of the cost
he'll be with others of his own i'
costumes won't trip their wear- i
or age. Above all, remind childrennot The Civil Service Commission
ers, catch on bushes, hedgesor ;
fences. to dash into streets, not to 4 has responsibility for adminis-
play in them, and not to cross t\; "
Makeup-Masks are dangerous, ... tering the program and will ne-
without both
since they restrict vision and looking ways. gotiate contracts for the governmentwide
For those who plan to be "
provide a danger of suffocation. *
haunted Halloween these plans.Employed3 .
on ,
Paint false faces on children,
using cosmetics and burnt cork. suggestions are made: should be able to
For home parties Be sure for "X"
Equipment A high-speed get more hospitalization
goblin carrying a candle or torch decorations are flame proof. Gear number of dollars because of the
may hurt himself. Same is true the program to interest all great purchasing power of 2.3
if he carries a knife, sword or youngsters, but don't try to million Federal workers. Also,
other sharp instrument. EquipScouting : scare them too much. Very young they'll get twice as many bene-
children shouldn't go through fits for their dollars because the
"torture, chambers" or "halls of government.will match each employee -

I I horror.For "trickortreaters.Wrap contribution.

cookies and other treats for door
... "r
First Photo A D
YP-S visitors. it will .Keep me treats

Patrol Squadron 5 played host clean. Also -remind your Hal- (Continued from Page 1))
recently to 60 students from Gil- loween visitors that even gob- and simultaneously take photo-
lins are subject to sick stomachs ATTEND AIR SHOW-Part of the record crowd of some
bert School in
High Jacksonville.Lt from multitude of
Wieland when eating too many sweets. 100,000 persons who braved chilly winds last Sunday to witness graphs a cam-
(jg) acted as tour ,
guide. the Open House festivities aboard the Station. Sponsored by era

\j The youths were briefed on FBM SUBS GET 'HOMES'The NARTU and the Navy League, the day's highlight was an ap- First of the new A3Ds was
the squadron's aircraft and their Navy's first two fleet ball- pearance by the Blue Angels, the Navy's precision flight dem- brought in by the squadron's
role in anti-submarine warfare. istic missile submarines will be onstration team. Among other items on the program was a prospective commanding officer,
They were shown a display of homeported at' the submarinebase flyover demonstrations.by a quartet of A3Ds, fire fighting and helicopter air- Comdr. C. T. Frohne.

survival gear showing articles in New London, Conn. rescue Comdr C. W. Hollinshead, pre-
used in a seven-man life raft. At the same time, the Navy Dajfynlshuns: Health what On Oct. 25, 1916, the keel was sent skipper, greeted the new
An aircraft crew demonstrated says that Charleston, S.C. will you drink to the night beforethe laid for the USS California at plane with the same admiring
flight gear, explaining the Mae be home yard for two other FBM Mare Island Naval Shipyard, the whistle and grin that was reflected -
1. West and the radio system, subs, George Washington and morning you are too sick to first battleship to be built on on the faces of everyone
.shark chaser", flares, and such. Patrick Henry. make it to the office. the West Coast. in the squadron.

I I Schedule of Special Services Activities and Facilities for Oct. 29 Nov. 4 I I

MOVIES Thursday Friday' Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday
NAS, Bldg. 112NATTCenter 18002000The 1900 only 18002000Sea Mohawk 1800-2000 1900 Only 1900 only-
Rawhide You Can't Run Fury 14, 18, 200d Alias Hole In The Horse Soldiers
Years Away From It Jesse James Head

Bldg. 563 1900 only 1900 only 14001900You 14001900Sea 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only
Betw'n Heaven Rawhide Years Can't Run Fury Mohawk Alias Jesse James Jesse James

Hospital 1900 only 1900 only 1900 onlyRawhide 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only.Mohawk 1900 only
Run,For Betw'n Heaven You Sea Fury Hole In the Head

NAB Bldg. 3NATTC.nter 0815-2100 0815-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100

Bldg. yes 0930-2100 0930-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100
Hospital 0800-1600 0800-1500 closed 1300-1700( () 0800-1600 0800-1600 0800-1600


Bldg. 855NATTC.nt.r 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100 1400-2100 Closed 1000-2100 1000-2100

,Bldg. BI3
1600-2200()() 1600-2200 1300-2300 1300-2300 1600-2200 1600-2200 1000-2200

Blue Jackets Inn 1630-2400 2000-2400 2000-2400 2000-2400 1630-2400 1630-2400 2000
Redcoats Redcoats Glenn Reeves Bingo

EM NATTCenter 1630-2300 1630-2300 1630-2300
1630-2300 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 16302330For 1630-2230

A NAS Outdoor Pools Secured Season

NATTC Outdoor Pools Secured For The Season

NATTCenter Gym 1300-2100 1300-2100 1000-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100

1000-1600 1000-1600 OB 1000-1600 OB 1000-1600 OB 1000-1600 OB
NAS Bowling 1600-2200 LB 1600-2200 LB 13002300'OB 1300-2300 OBI 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 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100

Tennis Courts (Navy Ex.) 0600-Ddrk 0600-park 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0800-Dark' 0600-Dark

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

Flak Camp 0800'-t,2 hr. 0800hr.. 0800-t,2 hr. 0800hr.. 0800hr..
Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Closed Closed

Hobby Shop. Bldg. 886 1400-2100 1400-2100 0900-2100 1300-2100 Closed v Closed 1400-2100

Indoor Swimming Bldg.614 1600-2000 1600-2000 1130-2000 > 1200-2000 1600-2000 1600-2000 16002000'Page