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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 27, 1961
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I Reserve Group


J Thanks NAS

Jt1X

For AssistancePatrol .

Squadron 704, home-
based at NAS Dallas, which held
its annual reserve training cruise

here, July 3 to 16, has sent Capt.
James R. Reedy NAS commanding Vol. 19 No. 17 U. S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 27 July 1961

officer a letter of appreciation -
for the fine services received
while at NAS Jax. Security Reaffirms Station

The letter quoted in part, said,
"The supply and aircraft main- 'a Y :fcC 'k ; CJti."+ x. r ,ycyc >
tenance support, ordnance supply 1 Policy On Visitors PassesThere

and assistance, transportation,

quarters for officers and enlistedmen have been a number of violations recently of the

and all the services offeredto regulations aboard NAS Jax in regard to proper registrationof

us were excellent. motor vehicles. Many persons have been obtaining visitors

"Being based at a Reserve passes who should be getting permanent sticker.'Personnel .
Station we seldom have the opportunity are reminded- the
in Florida.
to work with active necessity of obtaining proper per- ness According to the security of-
duty shore and fleet units. NAS manent vehicle passes in order to
establisha
to
ficer it is planned
Jacksonville impressed us as a > Ltr'''3 'yJqryw assist the Marine sentries and machine record system for
fine example of these activities, : the Station Police in traffic con-
6 Col.5)
(Please Turn To Page ,
and we were most impressedwith trol," said Comdr. George Center,
the 'can do' attitude of all NAS Security Officer.

units and personnel. The visitors sticker is designed ComNabSix Winds

"Because of the distances be- solely for a bonafide visitor andis

tween'the working spaces and a one trip pass. It is not to be Two-Day Local
living areas on the base, we were .- used by permanent personnel. Up

apprehensive about transportation i? I.l' VISITORS ARE now requiredto
when we arrived. This was at the Comdr. Military InspectionNaval
register gate,
.
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',.f r' ''2d": '+:5';'+'r k>;;.:'p K'0r.:bbL .:....x "
dispelled immediately. We found :
"'i Center pointed out. "This is be- personnel will be Inspected -
the ..
transportation services to be yc c. sa.a,,','$2 kvtiaaav; <:::> +> ',4"i.:'!"" ing done," he said, "to encourage tomorrow, Friday, July
outstanding. Cooperation, avail- L1 r :J.i- '/ those personnel warranting a 28, on the HAS parade ground,
ability, and friendliness were I < ',.''' permanent pass to get one." completing a two-day 6ND Mili-
above and beyond the necessary The visitor and hospital placardsare conducted by
NEW OVERHAUL AND REPAIR OFFICER-Capt. RobertE. tary Inspection
requirements. Clements (standing), who has been Acting O&R Officer since valid for 24 hours only. Theyare ComNabSix.The .
The letter, signed by Lcclr. F. the retirement of Capt. Thomas B. Haley on June 30 briefs good for only one trip and inspection is covering the
Lankford, Commanding Officer, Capt. Robert H. Fagan who reported here to assume that post. must be surrendered to the gate military aspects of the command.It .
Capt. Fagan comes to NAS Jax from Washington D. C.. where
VP-7C4, closed with the state- sentry upon departure from the Includes berthing, messing,
he was Assistant Director, Systems Office, Bureau of Weapons.
ment, "We hope that our future Station. brig procedures and facilities, anda

training will again bring us to PERSONNEL permanently assigned general Inspection of buildingsand

NAS J ax." Capt. Fagan Assumes to NAS Jax and tenant I grounds.In .

activities may obtain the per- addition it will determinethe
manent vehicle sticker by dis- effectiveness of the Leader-
Promotions To' Duties As O&R OfficerCapt. playing the following documents: ship Training, Career Informationand
valid state driver's license; valid Education Program and De- f
Follow August Robert H. Fagan has reported to NAS Jax and state registration and or proof of partmental Training Programs.The i
assumed duties as Overhaul and Repair Officer, replacing ownership and, if applicable, uniform for tomorrow's
Exams Capt. Robert E. Clements who has been acting in that ca- owner's statement authorizing use Inspection will be full dress white
Bright pacity since the retirement of Capt. Thomas B. Haley on of vehicle; identification card, for Navy personnel. The Marine

June 30.Capt. military or civilian; and proof of uniform will be prescribed by
August examination promotionslook Clements has reassumedhis
insurance, $10,000-$20,000 bodily Officer Marine
good, say Bureau of Naval position as Assistant O&R nology, Atlanta, Ga., and the the Commanding ,
Injury liability and $5,000 pro- Barracks.
Personnel officials. Some oppor- Officer. Naval War College. He is also
tunities will not be as great in The new O&R skipper comesto an aeronautical research engineerand perty damage liability written bya Regimental Muster will be at

some ratings, though. NAS Jax from the Bureau of a naval aviator. company licensed to do busi 1430 and Officers' Call at 1445.

Altogether, men in one or more Weapons, Washington D.C., The captain began his Navy
I
pay grades in 46 different ratings, where he was Assistant Director, career in submarines in 1941
103 rates in all, stand an excellent Systems Office. after having received his reserve -
chance of promotion if Capt. Fagan is a graduate of commission as ensign in
they pass the examination. Thosein the Georgia Institute of Tech- 1937 through the Naval Reserve
48 rates had their chances Officer Training Corps at Georgia

predicted as good, while 28 rates Tech. He later transferred to
were noted as fair In promotional USAFI I Off-Duty Naval air duties and was designated .9
oportunities. Only 11 rates in a Naval aviator in June

seven different ratings are said Students SoughtBy 1948.World

to have "poor" chances. CI&E/ Office War II duties of Capt. '

BuPers predicts that changeswill Fagan saw him participate in the : .
be excellent in 39 ratings, The Career Information and Invasion of France, Belguim, Hol r :: iH yyii;< y ;I,

good In 19, fair in 3, and poor in Education Center is planningnow and and Qermany and serving
only two ratings among those for its Fall (September} n} the >Pacific area.

going up for third class petty semester of the USAFI' Off- He and his wife, the former

officer. Duty Study Program. Funds Miss Jean} M. ;y :j'Y
Those passing the exams for can be requested for any class vtlle, Ga., and children, Barbara, yff
is enroll- ;'' :y .:%1. < % ti .
second class have an excellent for which there an 17; Brenda, 'J5; John 9; Robert, .
chance in 35 ratings, a good ment of 10 or more military 7; and Beverly, \, reside aboard ry. ,
chance ..,.G.:'ri'Y..yl.y,, ,:.r.fR'Y;: '} "w;!,: :
in 18 fair chancein personnel.Anyone :;
ratings
a Station at "H. .
the quarters %' }:'y:% ?.,/;':i...
8 ratings with two ratings who is seriously interested 1 '.,!ri f r.'i{{,$;'Ss: /j.rr .
yr' 4 'i di.y.r.Y y'1r
classified poor. in studying any sub- a 'S,; 'i? ; : ; :':>..uF'of <

First class exam takers havean ject through USAFI group First Nqyy Woman 4 'v:. ..r. ; :%.'?S:{< h' ;a'fy
classes is urged to let the :' .. :
excellent chance in 29 y. iy
ratings, t ,
Line Officer Goes
CI&E Center know either by
chance In
a good 11 ratings, a fair
chance in 17 ratings, with seven phone or in person by August
ratings drawing poor positions. 1. Planning cannot begin untilit To Sea Ip MSTSWave
is known what courses thE-
Definitions by BuPers of "ex- Lt. Charlene Suneson, ,:
'"
wants.
cellent" promotional opportunityis majority believed to be the first female ?
USAFI off-duty study is free !!
that 70 to 100 percent of line officer assigned sea duty in H
those passing the exams would of charge to military person- tyavy history, has been orderedto ;{i
this excel-
nel. Make use of
get immediate promotion to the the MSTS transport Mann. r }

next higher grade."Good" lent additional opportunity education.to attain In the past the Navy has assigned ;K y!1'?'(,.....,
and enlisted
wo-
Is defined as mean- nurses
Any level of instruction can "HOW DOES IT FIT GOVERNOR?"-Florida Governor Far-
ing that 40 to 70 percent wouldbe be offered provided there is men corpsmen only to transportsand ris Bryant nods approval to James R. Greene, parachute
promoted. "Fair" means that the minimum enrollment of hospital ships.Lt. rigger first claw about the fit of both oxygen mask and helmet
15 to 40 percent would make the do Suneson Is a veteran of prior to taking the low pressure chamber and ejection seal testsat
next higher grade and a ratingof 10 persons, however, please seven years Naval service and the Mainside Dispensary here on Wednesday of last week.
not enroll unless you have her last billet was with the per- Capt. Joseph W. Weaver, Medical Officer, presented the helmet
"poor" means that less than serious Intention to attend with name and Florida shield and two flight suits to Florida's
15 percent of those who pass classes regularly. sonnel office of the 11th Naval chief executive, who was a Navy lieutenant during World WarII
will be advanced. District, San Diego, Calif. on behalf of the Navy.





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NAS, J.ckionvttl. '
Capt. James R. Reedy .Commanding Officer
Comdr. Walter J. Schub Executive Officer
Fleet Air Jacksonville; NAB 6ND { *sik

Rear Adm. Joseph M. Carson ... _. Commander
Capt. Grayiton H. Weber Chief of Staff
Fleet Air Wing Eleven
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Capt. Renfro Turner, Jr_.._ _._ Commander I : 11.
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Comdr. Marlin!! W. Alley Chief Staff Officer : \ .
Naval Air Technical Training Unit S S. ,
Capt. Robert J. Fleming..._. ... Commanding Officer
Comdr. Eugene F. Verdery Executive Officer
I
Naval Hospital r ? t '

Capt. R. O. Canada Commanding Officer ?
Capt. Stephen H. TolI..,.._.... Executive Officer Y ;
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit
Capt. F. H. Holt..._______. .Commanding Officer
Comdr. William M. Miller. ....___ Executive Officer
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at 1
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July ) t
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air 10k5
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing
11, Naval! Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hospital.
Service Information Officer_.-____Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnii, Jr. .
Assistant Service Information Officer........- ......Andrew H. Planey {
News Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb Staff-AAae Spencer J01; Sandy Martinson, k.
JOSN Ralph Bailey, AA. Photographer-(lean* Solomon, PH2.
Member of North Florida Industrial.! Editors Association and Southern and International service
DEPARTMENTS. 210 YEARS-Thirty-year pins were
EMPLOYEES, THREE
Councils of Industrial Editors. SEVEN
lad week by Capt. James R. Reedy NAS Command.
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material awarded to seven Civil Service employees Charlie Shu/ord. RobertMo.
the awards were (front row, left to right) O&R:
credit Is Photographs Officer. Receiving
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing given. ing
Wilson both
Eckels and James of public
Public Works: Cap Reedy: John A. <
Unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs. Garth
left to right). Stanley M. Connolly.. Supply; Capt. J a m e t A. Bentley
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone Works. Also, (back row Jr'
extensions 4,656,272 or 216.CNo Public Works Officer. Capt. Robert E. Clement Acting O&R Officer Cap James J. Davis
Supply Officer, heads of the department from which the employees came: and Willis Garner.O&R. .

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To Retire August

Seven NAS Employees Put Your RacketTo


Bids All Hands Farewell Receive 30-Year<< PillS Good Use

Have you wondered what to
(Eds. Note: The below text was taken and quoted in part from Seven civil service employees from three departments do with that old tennis racket

a letter by Admiral Arleigh Burke, which he has sent to all Navy representing 210 years service to the Federal governmentwere gathering dust in the closet

commands expressing his appreciation and wishes for their con- each awarded 30-year pins July 18. Presenting the There's a chance to put it to

tinued success. Adm. Burke will turn over his command as Chiefof awards was Capt. James R. Reedy, commanding officer of good use now in the Peopleto

Naval Operations to Adm. George %V. Anderson and retire the Station. People Program in London.
I. Some 4500 rackets are wanted -
Overhaul
from active duty in combined ceremonies at the Naval Academyon Receiving awards from presented to Eckels was for almost -
for distribution to Dr.
and Repair Department were
13 years in the War De-
August 1.)
Barnardo's Orphan homes in
Willis Garner and Charlie Shu- partment with U. S. Engineersand

"On August 1 I will retire from the Navy after forty- ford. Garner's award was for over 16 years here. the United Kingdom. Boys ball
eight military duty in the from the homes act as
two of service and the helm to Admiral years Employees from Supply De-
George
years pass Army, almost three years with receiving awards boys at the Wimbledon ten-
were
W. Anderson who will become Chief of Naval Operationson the War Department, and over partment Ernest D. McLaughlin and Stanley nis matches.

that day. 19 years here at NAS. Shuford M. Connolly. McLaughlin'saward Anyone who would like to
has almost 20 years naval service donate a racket may send it
"IN LOOKING BACK over the years, I am enormously and over 10 years here at service was for almost almost three years to the Commander, 2nd Fleet,

impressed with the great strides the Navy has made. There NAS. Army seven yearsat Naval Base, Norfolk, Va.
the Navy Yard, Washington,
have been fantastic developments in technological fields, Public Works Department employees D. C., and over 20 years here.

in aircraft, missiles, ships-practically every area in which receiving 30-year pins Connolly's award includes over
.
the Navy is involved. I. were James H. Wilson, Robert 22 years Navy duty, one half
M. Garth and John A. Eckels. I year at Naval Shipyard, Ports- New Design
"There has been some tendency of late to focus a great Wilson's 30 years include over. mouth, Va., almost one year with

deal of attention on technical advances and machines. There 22 years Navy service, three the Veterans Administration, and
I
is no question but what the tremendous progress made by. years civil service at Green Cove over six years here. Store ShipIs
Springs,. and almost five years Department heads present for
the Navy has been assisted to a considerable extent by : here. Garth's award was for a the informal ceremonies were

these innovations."IN short tour with the Army, one Capt. James A. Bentley, Public OrderedConstruction

year with the Navy DepartmentIn Works Officer; Capt. Robert E.
THE LAST ANALYSIS, however, we must never
Washington, D. C., eight yearsat Clements, Acting O&R Officer of a new design,
lose sight of the fact that the human being the individual ,
NAS Pearl Harbor, and over and Capt. James J. Davis Jr., Combat Store Ship (AFS)
the officer, the sailor, the technician, is the guiding genuis 20 years here. The 30-year pin Supply Officer. which, according to Navy records -

behind all of these advances. will be the largest :Wavy
constructed in San
ship
'It takes dedicated men devoted to the service of their ever contracted for
Diego, has been
country and their Navy to conceive these machines and to with the National Steel Com-

make them work. It is, therefore, of the utmost importancethat pany, San Diego, at a fixed

each. of you keep in mind the vital role you and your price of $18,130,345, according to

shipmates play in making the Navy the superb service it is. the Department of Defense.

This means an understanding of what makes a man tick. P <) S ;r 14 The ship which will be 581
feet long, 79 feet wide and dis-
"THE GREATEST LEADERS of our time as well as place 16,100 tons when fully

those in the past, have always been those who had a keen loaded, will have a completelynew

understanding of their men. They used this understandingto replenishment at sea sys!'

inspire them to higher performances than the individual tem.

was aware he was giving. This has been true in the past, it ':S{. } Another feature of the AFS
of con-
will be the replacement
will be true in the future.
booms
CF... ventional kingposts and
?< {ya} ot?hC: : ): xx ;' ; i : :iYow }
"The people with whom I have been associated in the ] : with "M" frames placed athwart-

have of what fi {xK pY ? +Df :i:tiy3h 9 ;K..e vy, .;: '. Cal. +1( ;,ti xy.;., ., ::... .. ships. These 'frames will be
Navy provided with : t+
understanding :
me an
a > }..?, : r 3x. .. xf: .'.' ten-
;tiC } tp i .o .' ; }' : : : { ; automatic
} } } {,{ i':{ k {,r ? r}:{:{;jpT n. ; equipped with
: ; ;pp ?: ii
x
.o:r.i ? ; $r2' i;} y; : ;st.r :.Y:: :
wonderful thing it is to be part of a group that contributesso Y which will main-
sioning devices
much. The opportunity to serve with you is reward '#3:{(.i k# 02. :"E...;?:.4{<:.:;+L.i ySrr.f.{., ,{;}};
enough for any man. The fact that I have been privileged ships replenishing in spite of

to be Chief of Naval Operations for six years has made me rolling and yawing.

even more conscious of the tremendous contributions you Helicopters will be carried on
"HAPPY ANNIVERSARY" Adm. Joseph M. to fulfill -
Carson used
have made to the security of this nation and to the preserva- Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville and Commander Naval Air the ship also and supplies,
tion of freedom. I leave the Navy proud in the knowledgethat Base Sixth Naval District performs the cake-cuttina honors immediate needs for
for NAS and other local Waves at their 19th Anniversary other than fuel, by ships in a
I have been a part of an organization which is respectedfor here at the Bluejackets Inn Monday evening. Assisting Admiral Party task force spread over a wide

its integrity, its ability, and its service. Carson are Molly E. Crawley, seaman apprentice, (left), and area.
Angelina A. Pacholski. chief radioman. Crawley and Pacholski
"My best personal wishes for a most successful tour to represented the youngest and oldest Waves, in point of service
here at NAS. Crawley enlisted in March this year and Pachohvi Save your dimes and buy U.S.
each of you." in January of 1943. Savings Bonds for easier times.



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I i NARTURetiresLast .' '.. .. >....:i .

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'Cougar'To
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I NorfolkThe

1
last of a great fighting line,
,
the final F9F-8B "Cougar" from "

, the Naval Air Reserve Training :Y
I II II I Unit here has been retired to 'c

I Overhaul and Repair, Norfolk,

Virginia.Replaced by the sleek A4D-1 L

"Skyhawk", the Cougars left be- ; & v
hind a long and lasting training :
record with the squadrons of
;1
NARTU. They made their first

appearence as an operational part
of the Selected Reserve training ,
program in 1954. J ; I IH It

Used extensively by the Navyin
_____
Korea, the Cougar was one of
the most versatile of all carrier- ?ta'' c : j'Aos. ...
oc.
)Y 4 sr c ?s cw
<
} :
based aircraft. ".., ,....
WM.
The newer A4D is likened to a .....

grandchild of the F9F but to the ... ,,. ,. ,. ..... ...,,, .... ....... ...... ...
w. ;'" ;J."Yr} '" .N<<''''';';:o>>>''':<' '''''' :v.>:x< ''' '''<<"Wwx;; ''')' ''''; ''''''''''WO "w..m .w. .y. "
many NARTU personnel, the "WELL SON"-Time and continued advancement changes i
final departure of the last Cougar everything to it is said, and that is the connotation here
was a sad farewell to a fine showing in semi-cartoon form, the retiring of the last F9F-8B Tours Overseas
old "workhorse" of an aircraft. "Cougar" (at left) from use by the Naval Air Reserve Training
Unit. Its new, sleek replacement, the A4D-1 "Skyhawk," at right, r
assumes the role of "son" and Indicates its readiness to take

I Register July 28 I over. Readjusted By


For Church School 'STAR' ProgramWorking Grounded Pilot, New RegulationAn Mainside Thursday- Fascination July 27 1900

Registration for the Protest- only.
ant Vacation Church School Well; Accrual Pay Is up-to-date list of overseas NATTUnit-Battle Cry 1900

will be held in Building 722 StudiedA service tour lengths and reg- only.
from 0900 to 1300 on July 28. 374 SelectedThe Being ulations on overseas movementof Hospital Tammy Tell Me
The Vacation Church School bill has reached the Sen- dependents and household True, 1900 only

will be conducted from 0900to Navy's STAR (Selective ate Appropriations Committeefrom goods have been released by the Friday, July 28
1130, July 31 through Aug- Training and Retention) programis the House, which, if Navy. Mainside-Face of.a, Fugitive,
j ust 11.'Copter. communications passed, would,permit a flier to 1900 only
paying off in the Although the new Instruction
field, according to the be grounded with full pay changes but few of the over-, NATTUnit-Fascination, 1900
after 15 years of service. Un-
"Naval Communications Bulletin seas tour lengths and none of only.
11 der present law, pilots draw Hospital-Battle Cry, 1900
the current regulations, it does I
full if grounded after 20
\\ Group pay
... The program, introduced in of service. emphasize how to make over- only.
years
August 1960 has resulted in the However, it is expect that seas transfers operate more economically Saturday, July 29
acquiring at least 244 career and smoothly. Mainside-101 Dalmations, 1900
Ends Its IdeaExchangeMeet Navy the Navy will not use eitherthe
Radiomen and 130 career grounding or accrual pay The new directive (BuPers only.
Electronics Technicians.The bill, should they become law. Inst. 1300.26B) spells out the NATTUnit-Face of a Fugitive,

"Bulletin" said: "Consid- The accrual pay bill would obligated service requirementsfor 1900 only.
ering that these men have vol- permit a flier to draw a per- overseas duty with the major Hospital-Fascination, 1900 only.
untarily obligated themselves fora centage of his flight pay if changes in the LibyaTripoliarea. Sunday,July 30
Some 70 conferees representing -' minimum of seven years serv: grounded after 10 years of Mainside-Story of Ruth, 1400

all Navy activities operating I ice, and that it is their intentionto flying. The accrual measure is I n Tripoli, including the and 1900.
helicopters on the East Coast make a career of the Navy, expected to be approved soon Wheelus Air Base, tours without NATTUnit-101 Dalmations,
concluded a three-day Heli- it seems fairly obvious to thoseof by the House. dependents were decreased from 1400 and 1900.HospitalFace.
copter Maintenance Conferancehere us in the Naval Communication Since the Navy is said to 24 to 18 months and those with of a Fugitive,

last Friday. The conferees System that our efforts to be short of aviators, it plansto dependents were increased from 1900 only.
included representatives from push this program will help solve ground none and will have 30 to 36 months. In Libya, tours Monday. July 31
helicopter manufacturers, fleet our manpower problems in a big little use for either law, except with dependents were shortenedby Mainside-Fever In The Blood,
helicopter maintenance officers way. as a "lure" for aviation six months. 1900 only.
and personnel, the Bureau of candidates. NATTUnit-Story of Ruth, 1900
"We are all aware of the fact The instruction also advises
Weapons and Overhaul and Re- that the critical shortage of tech- Navy men going overseas to get only
pair here at NAS, Jax. nical personnel is one of the most in touch with their new stationto Hospital-101 Dalmations, 1900
The conference was held here pressing problems in the Navy. Speaking of discount buying, find out what household goods only

since this is the helicopter repair "The, STAR," a reenlistment you can get top quality Trea- they should ship and which they Tuesday, August 1
activity on the East Coast. program, "is an effective way to sury bonds at 25% discount should store. Current policy, Mainside-Black Sunday, 1900
The aim of the conference was solve this problem provided it where you work or where you established a few months ago, only.
to promote a better exchange of receives command attention on a bank. Ask for an "E" bond- says if they ship them, they must NATTUnit-Fever in the Blood
maintenanceand $18.75 for each $25 worth. 1900 only.
ideas on helicopter continuing basis." price, use them.
to encourage a closer work- Hospital-Story of Ruth, 1900
.
ing relationship between Fleet only.

units and O&R. Wednesday, August 2
In addition to the series of ii I Mainside-Masters of the Congo
:
conference sessions on such .y ; Jungle, 1900 only.NATTUnitBlack.
technical subjects as transmis- Sunday, 1900
sions, clutches, and rotor blades only.
the conferees toured 20 acres of Hospital-Fever In the Blood,

shop areas to observe overhaul 1900 only. ,
operations and "talked shop"

with the employees.
They were also acquaintedwith f. y ..i 9 ; 4rI 4S: Wharton Posts
the field problems of the
operating squadrons as well as Top School MarkLots

the capabilities of the helicopter
manufacturers.The s sy: y% :y f of hard study has paid

overhauls all off for Billie E. Wharton AO1.
local O&R,
helicopters in the Atlantic Fleet He has graduated from the Naval
Air Technical Training Unit
and soon will be processing the
new turbine-powered 'copters.On / Aviation Ordnanceman Class "B"
School with of 9434.
an average
the West Coast, helicopter
4 He received a commendationfor
repair is done at NAS North Island -
his final average which is
San Diego, Calif.
the highest ever attained in the

The Navy's LighterThanAirprogram HELICOPTER CONFAB These Overhaul and Repair Department supervisors and hell three year existence of AOB( )
eight ships, copter manufacturer representatives war caught almost impromptu last week as they discussed School.
involving
helicopter maintenance problems during a three-day conference at O&R. They are (left Wharton will leave NATTUnitfor
725 officers and men and 450 cIvilians to right). B. W. Bradshaw, OitR Assembly H. Easterllng, Supervisor) D. L. Saunders, Rell shipboard duty on the USS
will end by Nov. 30, 1961. Aircraft Corp rep; L. E. Jordan, O&R Quality Control Group W. G. Magnan and R. J. Myer. both Constellation.I .
Phaseout is now underway. Kaman Helicopter Manufacturing Company reps.


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If Ya' Foundation Opens


I '61 Letter Contest;


Ask UsThe Deadline Is Nov.
1
.
President and his staff i 'S ': : ".' -: :i : (AFPS) The Freedoms

have decided to increase draft I Foundation has officially opened

calls to build up U. S. military a. its 1961 Letter Awards Program.

strength by more than three divisions Subject of the contest is "What

rather than declare an I Can Do For Freedom."
All members of the Armed
emergency and call up an equal
Forces on active duty may enter
amount of reserves. Do you feel the contest. Entries on the subject -

that this gradual buildup through should be written in letter

draft calls will be as effectivein form, using from 100 to 500

off-setting the threat posed words.

by the Russian military buildupas Contest prizes are; one awardof
$1,000, one of $500, 50 pre-
would the
calling up of trained a :- sentations of $100 and 50 awardsof

reservists? $50. All winners will also receive -

"My' view is that the primary }: George Washington Honor

reason for any i 3 Medals.

kxr"r: call is to im The top winner of each service

press the Rus and the next five winners, regardless -

sians of our ; of service, will be invited -

>. seriousness of 4.. to Valley Forge, Pa., on
this issue. Iliifflli'r ASSIST IN ASTRONAUT RECOVERY George Washington's birthday
-These members of VP-5's Plane Crew Nine were ,
feel that. a call 1 on-station near the Grand Bahama Island last Friday to assist in the location and recovery of the February 22, 1962, for award
of reserves, space capsule carrying astronaut Virgil Grissom. Riding the co-pilot seat for the trip was Capt. presentation ceremonies. Attend-
: since it is Renfro Turner Jr.. Wing Commander Fleet Air Wing 11 (standing left), along with (standing ance will be
aJF subject to
> left to right) Comdr. L. H. Boutte, pilot D. H. Lebold. AE3; Ltjg( ). C. F. Holbrook navigator the approval -
< ; "i! bolder stroke, E. L. Cruse AO2 and R. D. Dryer. ATC. Kneeling (left to right) are A. P. Peeples ADI piano of the winner's commanding -
; ..::.. would be captain E. E. Strickland AD3; and D. E. Anstaelt officer. Other
:; '''iJh''U: moreimpressive .AT3. Also aboard but not shown were Ltjg() ). winners will receive -
'F''t'r:; to Windier.J.{J. Higgins; R. M. Straley AT2 E. C. Newman. PHC. and Space Agency representative M. C. their awards through their
the Russians than drafting would service.

be. Lt. Conal Furay. USCGR, On the following day the

Instructor, U. S. Coast Guard visitors will go to the Capitoland
Warrant Officer VP-5 Planes Personnel
Training Detachment."I other points of interest in
feel that drafting would be Washington, D.C.Contestants .
just as effective to increase the Board Will Meet should send their
Aid In Astronaut
amount of men ,, .ShotComdr. letters to Freedoms Foundation,
required as to On September 12 -- no later than November 1
recall reserves.I F L. H. Boutte, pilot of Each 1961.
think The Bureau of Naval Per- one of the three P2V planes Hammett; plane captain, R. K. entry should include full
that
drafting should sonnel has announced that the assigned to assist in the location Vaughn, ADR3; R. L. Lutz, ADR- name, rank or rating, serial number -
: :x selection board to pick Neeley AT3 P. B. branch of service, unit
be increased per- and recovery of the astronaut ; Jacques, ATS;
\ manent Navy warrant officers T. Piezcryski, AE3 R. Schimmelmann address and home address.
but not a re- r.." space capsule last Friday, was ; -
call of will go into session September the first of the group to sight AEG; and photographer, I
which reserves !':>: :;'. : 12. the capsule as it broke from T L. Williams, PH2.Education. ,
would f.r:: ::; r 'Wingless Wonder'ASW
cause more disruption This is the first such board clouds overhead and landed in

o-f ;v.,.:.,. convened- since 1946 and it the ocean near the Grand Ba- Crew Trainer
'j will consider those Aid
home life." only now hama Island.

LaVerne temporary warrant officers Comdr. Boutte also spoke with Developed' NorfolkA
Tari LaVerne, ADJ2, VA-44., whose permanent rank is enlisted Astronaut Virgil Grissom briefly !

"I would say that drafting men and who apply for per- when the space traveller asked Possible For proficiency trainer, for anti- I

would not be manent status. for acknowledgement by radio. submarine warfare crews, better \

as effective because Deadline for applications is Flying in the co-pilot seat with War known as the "Wingless Wonder,"
t it would August 1. The original dead- Boutte was his Wing Commander Orphans has been developed by Warrant

take longer to line was June 1, but when the Capt. Renfro Turner Jr., of Children of deceased Officer James M. Schneider, As-
train them to Comptroller General ruled, on Fleet Air Wing 11, and on spot- veterans peacetime sistant Shop Avionics for the
} <>. the same state the eve of that deadline, that ting the 'capsule they began to for Orphan's Educational may be eligible Seaplane Branch at the Norfolk
Assistance
z those who take Naval Air Station.
o f readiness permanent circle
the area and observe recovery Veterans Administrationofficials
t! that the selective wararnts will get musteringout efforts. said The urgent need for a moder-
.... their today, providing
.. pay upon d'schargefrom nized operational
trainer
..:.:.fk r : reserves permanent enlisted status Other crew members and per their veteran-parent died of dientire ASW to train
Mr have sons on board included Ltjg( ). J sease or injury incurred crews, including tac-
..
;,::k..., .)( already BuPers extended the dead- or aggravated tical
coordination
Haley attained." Her- line. J. Higgins; Ltjg( ), C. F. Holbrook, )In line. of duty duringactive pressing.The as a crew, was

bert W Haley, ADCS, NARTU. navigator; A. P. Peeples, ADI, service.

_plane captain. ?. V.-_.. _F... _Rtrirkln n__...____, This program, originally called trainer began its new life
AD3; R. M. Straley, AT2; D. H. the War Orphans' Education as an empty wooden 'hull and

Lebold, AE3; D. E. Anstaett, Assistance Program, was amended within 90 days was constructed
AT3; E. L. Cruse, A02; R. D. by Congress to include those into the most modern trainer

Dyer, ATC; photographer, E. C. children whose deceased parent for ASW crews with electronic

Newman, PHC; and Space Agency served just before or after World equipment comparable to that
representative, M. C. Windier. War II, and since the Korean installed in the P5M aircraft

7'rr : The other two planes took up i conflict, with no service in actual earlier this year.
vigils, one nearer the launch site war periods. The basic idea of this trainer

!; : in case of malfunction and the Full information on any phaseof is to promote proficiency training -

other down-range from the expected the program may be obtained on the ground for the entire -

impact area in case of an from any VA office, said B. J. ASW crew. Other problems
over-shot. Gannon, Officer in Charge of the that may arise while in the air

Making up the group aboard VA office in Jacksonville. are simulated an solved by theentire
the plane nearest shore { CrCW. Nn other nrnrrrorasimilar .
were its --- r--D-- '
*1 44 4 'S pilot, Comdr. E. J. McCarthy, FaetuLant Adds to this is in effect in the
c Navy
'today.
co-pilot, Ltjg( ). A. F. Caswick:
navigator, Ltjg). Davie E. Bor- Films To Library The trainer, with the exten-

__ II I cik; plane captain, G. A. Rogers, Three, new films have sive research and expensive
AD1 A. V. Wood AM3 been equipment, was constructed with-
; ; G. H added to the
Rodemann, AT3; T. F. Kennedy, for check-out long list available out cost to the government
i by units at
Faetu-
AT2 M. D. through the assistance of
; Masengale, AE3; L. lant Film Library Loral
Bldg.
168.
H. Harschbarger, AT3; L. G. The new films Electronics Corp., New York, and
,Witchey, AD3; photographers, W. Armistice" MD are: "Korean members of the NAS Avionics
P. Bridges, PH3, and R. K. Ham- minutes ( 6962 CS), 27 Branch, and is comparable to a
ilton, PH2; Space Agency repre- explaining workings of $2 million trainer.
K 2 k.Co; Korean Armistice agreement "A
. sentative H. E. Granger, and Motion ;
Picture
two History of the A first grader drew
midshipmen who "went a picture
MIDDIE INDOCTRINATION--These second classmen of the Korean War" (MN 6962 CG), 58 1 of a
stagecoach
along for the which
first 289 of some 870 midshipmen from the Naval Academy ride", R. K. Wilson minutes, a Korean War docu- done was well
scheduled to train here during July and August take a close-up and G. M. Miller. mentary; and "Mathew except that it lacked
look at an aerial 20mm Brady" wheels.
cannon at NAS
Jax's O&R
during their training here. The first group will end Department its two- The third plane, located. down- (MA 7281 BM), 13 minutes, a "But I see no wheels," said the
week Florida training tomorrow with i>. visit to Cape Canaveral. range, carried pilot, Lcdr. An- documentary on work of the teacher, "What holds it "
A second group of 290 will arrive at NAS for similar Indoctrina. thony Ruoti; co-pilot, Lt. H. H. United State's first combat photo- up?
Replied
lion on Saturday. Page; navigator, Ltjg( ). R. S grapher. men." the little artist: "Bad





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intramural softball play-
offs at Enterprise Field tight- Men have now slumped to fifth.

ened up like a vise as of last Two powerhouse teams, NAR-
Monday night, as two duels dev- TU and the Air Force 679th, are
eloped for first and second place. tied for first place with flawless NOTHING MINOR ABOUT THESE MINORS-These youngsters represent the cream of all
3-0 records. NARTU eight Navy.Jax-Ortega Little League minor clubs. They are (front row, left to right) Robert
from
The Marines came through last came Keller; Manager. Wayne Wagner; John Arnold: Tommy Beyer: Rickey Palmer Benny Gardner
Monday and repeated their win 'way behind to sneak past Admin Randy Parker: Bill Dyson: Mike Davis; Pat demons: Bruce Harnden; Leonard Price; Larry
over ComFairJax by a tight 5-4 10-9, and the Air Force slaugh- Cooney, and Coach. Jim Corbin. Back row (left to right). Manager Alex White: Manager
tered VA-44 13-1 in their fracas. Howard Gilmore; Charles Wagner: Raymond Houston: Randy .Coles: John McClow; David Leslie
margin
placing the leathernecks : Herb. Wright: Bill McCauley; Mike Estes; Sandy White; Paul Babick and two unidentified
I in a tie for third with VA-44, The Admen took to the field coaches.
I with a 2-2 slate.. The FleetAir- later in the same evening after .

their disheartening defeat by Bowling Meet Set
NARTU to beat VP-16 7-6. The
Little State Title
[Capt. Henderson with Patron-ers 0-3. are now in the cellar At Gym August 6 League I

Air Force and NARTU will An intramural bowling organ- Play Begins Here Next Week
ppointed Golf collide with one another tonight, izational meeting will be heldat

Thursday, at Enterprise Field, the Mainside Gym, Tuesday, -
lommiltee Head 2100. In the event of rain, the August 8, at 0930, to make plans The top talent of Florida's 40-
game will be postponed to Fridayat for the first of the fall sports 000 Little Leaguers, will gather ComFairJax Operations Officer
Captain D. Henderson has been the same time. This will be the program. All activities planningto here on Wednesday, August 2nd, and president of the Navy-Jax-
Ippointed Chairman of the NAS final and deciding softball scuf- enter a team are urged to for the annual state Little League Ortega host League, states that
Jacksonville Golf Committee, sue- fle to decide the champs. attend. Tournament. Capt. Ralph Elliott, the public is invited to attend.

feeding Captain B. L. McCreery, BLUE ANGEL BALL Park

ho has departed for the Naval Middle Coach To Gwen Anderson Wins 6ND here aboard the station will be
ar College. the site of the three-day, single

[Conducting his first meeting ofe Hang Up Spikes elimination series. Opening day
committee on Wednesday, Singles At PensacolaAll ceremonies, featuring Governor
qly 19, several items were dis- After Next, YearMax Farris Bryant's strong right arm

sed to revitalize its functions. Bishop, the Naval Academy but one of our local varsity tennis players tasted on the opening pitch, will be held
[Specific items discussed were diamond coach for the past bitter defeat at the Sixth Naval District Tennis Tournamentat at 0900, August 2. Four games
articipation in golf matches bye 24 years, has announced plansto NAS Pensacola last week, going down at the hands of will be played each day on Au-
varsity golf team; posting of hang up his spikes after next opponent racket wielders in straight sets.NIFTY gust 2, 3 and 4. Game time for
bulletin board giving names of season. The Pensacola Goshawks madea I Wednesday's opener will be 1000,

pmmittee representatives at the Under Bishop's tutelage, the veritable clean sweep of the followed by three more that day
If shack; an increase of Golf Middies won 24 of 26 tilts this event, copping the men's singles at 1230, 1430( and 1700. Two
mittee members for more past year and took the Eastern and doubles titles. The winningduo games are slated for Thursday,
,|tivity in golf events; golf course Intercollegiate Championship. was made up of Eldon Wil- one at 1430, the nightcap at 1700.

a fidget and methods of reviewing Bishop claims, "I've reachedthe liams and Ali Sjahrir Williams On Friday, August 4, a con-
fid submitting it yearly; and point where I felt the strain defeated his doubles teammateto solation game will be seen be-

Appointment of new sub-commit- more this year, and was under take the singles championship.The ginning at 1430, followed by the
ee members to replace departing more pressure because of our only bright spot for Jax clash for the state title at 1700.

riembers. team's fine record. Navy was Gwen Anderson, of Should both runnerups be quali-
.e. NAS Admin who added to her fied to play night games, the
growing slate of tennis 'victories championship tilt will be post-
'Lightning Rain Stops by defeating Marianne Schraderof poned until 1930 the same night
NAS Cecil Field 6-2 and 7-5, for a duel under the arcs.
after an opening day bye. Both THE LOCAL CLUB has been
\Flier Hunter GamesFoul sr 4 R Ywee > women travel to Bainbridge, Md. fighting for a crack at the state

I >YO rr to compete in the South Atlantic tourney in the District playoffs

NETTER Gwen Regionals, July 26-29. i this week at Cocoa Beach. Re.
weather marred the three-game series at Hunter of NAS Admin defeated sults,were not available at press
; Anderson In the men's open singles i
[ Air Force Base last week end, as the first and third games Marianne Schrader of time.
competition, Supply's Karl Novak
were rained out, and the second stopped. bv liehtnine. NAS Cecil Field 6.2 and 7.5 at winners of
Threatening thunderheads hovered Pensacola in the 6ND Tennis lost to Dick Hartman from NAS Each of the eight
I ,over the diamond shortly sioned complete, giving Hunter Tourney last week to win a Memphis, 6-3, 6-4, and Flier the district playoffs will come
I after Saturday's encounter had the win, 4-2. The Fliers now trip to the South Atlantic Re teammate Jim Burneskis of NAS here riding at least a four-game
. gionals at Bainbridge Md. streak. It will take three
stand
started. In the Flier's half of at 7-20. communications dropped two winning
the sixth inning Hunter had a straight to Dave Miller of Clark- straight victories here on three

t lead by two runs, and Jax had sville, Tennessee, 6-1 and 6-2. i consecutive days to win the state
t one man out with two aboard. Novak and Burneskis then tookto crown and the right to represent
Coach Frank the Pensy court and lost a Florida in competition up the
McCaffrey was
r standing in the third base coach- doubles match 6-1 and 6-0, eli- line to the World Series in Wil-
minating them from further liamsport, Pennsylvania in late
_ ing box when a bolt of lightning I
- struck only a few feet away, play. August.
s leaving everyone on the field a Three Jax Navy netters, Jim LAST YEAR'S Navy-Jax-Or-
r bit dazed. McCaffrey immediately Flack, Andy Brooks and Lowell tega team swept the District 2

e called the game as a safety precaution Lorbeer didn't make the journeyto tournament at Fernandina Beach,
Pensacola due obliga- allowing only two runs in four
1 for he had had a run to duty
in with electrical storms duringa tions. games. At the state tournamentin

ball game in the past. __ Lake Wales, they won their
_ Upon his recommendation, a :$ 1 : first two games but were defeatedby
"A. .'...' : Football Comes To the strong Miami team in the
reference was made to a dusty .... -
e
_ issue of the JAX AIR NEWS dated <<: .. championship game, 7-5. Miami
Jax Early Advance win the Southeastern
t June 29, 1950. The description ; went on to
? States Sectional Tourna-
United
J 1 ran as follows:
j "The game here with Chatham ./. ..../ Tickets On Sale ment in Greensville, North Caro-
,.. > lina before bowing to El Paso,
s last Thursday, first of a .. Football comes to Jacksonville ,
a scheduled two-game set, was early and with a big splash this Texas, in the Southern Regional
.
marred by a near tragedy whena >> season when two of the National play-offs in Norfolk, Virginia.ties

bolt of lightning struck over Professional Football League's
e the field and felled eight NAS outstanding clubs, the Pittsburgh is 2000. Reserve seat tickets
II ball players and a base impire. Steelers and the St. Louis Card- sell for $4 and $2 and can be
obtained from the Special Ser-
::1: There were no serious injuries WILD PEG EASES TIGHT PLAY-Marine second baseman inals tangle at the Gator Bowl vices Office at NAS, in Building
although three players needed ) onto the bag as Admin's Chuch Hagy
Bob Welch (sliding eases Stadium on Saturday night, Aug. also be obtainedat
e artificial respiration to recover. watches the wild tossed ball go by during play at Enterprise 704. They can
The halted immediated Field last Friday evening. Jax Air News photographer, Ileane 26. I 307 Hogan St. by mail, at
game was Solomon PH2. succeeded in stopping the ball In mid-air with Kickoff time for the pro game, the gate, or at, several places in
d after 7 i innings of play.
victors
her camera for this unusual shot The Marines emerged
Chari- Jacksonville.
Jacksonville
sponsored by
Last week's game was deci- with a score of 13-6.



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\ AFMA ChapterTold Hospital Sets Security(Continued from Page 1))

keeping track of the 22,000 vehicles -
School Exams presently registered aboard
TechniquesOf :

'E" ,\; ,pr;\\r }, : For August the WHEN Station.THE MACHINE record

Management ,. Pre-school physical exa- system is in use it will simplifythe
I1 minations for children enter- task of determining what
An insight into the manage- t ing the first grade this year stickers are expiring each month

ment techniques employed by will be conducted at the Naval and make it easier to locate a

one of the nation's largest busi- Hospital Pediatrjc Clinic dur- certain car. The cards will con

ness firms was given to membersof ing the month of August. tain the year and month the

the Jacksonville Chapter of Children with last names sticker expires, the color and

the Armed Forces Management beginning with the letters A make of the vehicle, informationas
Association last Thursday at the through D are scheduled for whether the owner is an
Officers Club here. August 10; E through H, Au- enlisted
officer, civilian or man,
Speaking at the monthly lunch- :: gust 11; I through L, August and the year and model of the
eon meeting of the group, J, C. > t 17; M through P, August 18;
car.
Lynd, personnel and training Q through T, August 24; and
.,
manager of Winn-Dixie Stores, ?a 'v U through Z, August 25. Exa-
Inc., pointed out that his com- mination hours for all groupsare Lt. Milner Makes

pany's philosophy of managementis : from 1300 to 1500.
built around five major fac- )' ,,;t, In addition, a patch test to 300th Arrested

tors: belongingness, security, recognition 4 A determine exposure to tuber-

pride, and maintaining culosis and a urine analysisfor On FDR
of high morale among em- v. albumin and sugar will be Landing
,1; "
ployees. accomplished for those child- Lieutenant H. M. Milner is

Lynd, who also acquainted the d' ren whose parents so request.A still on his first tour of dutyas

membership with the vast opera- '; :" specimin should be taken a jet-fighter pilot, but he has

tions of the organization, reported ."'" along for the albumin and already'set a mark which fellow

that Winn-Dixie has 530 iI sugar results. pilots on the Attack Carrier USS
stores scattered in 11 south- Parents are requested to fill Franklin D. Roosevelt believeto
eastern and midwestern states, CHARTER RECEIVED-Capt. out the record of imminizationson be an all-time individual re-
James R. Reedy NAS Jax Com
ten wholesale outlets, 9,000 full- manding Officer looks over the the examination form
time employees and over 12,000 newly received charter of the which will be furnished then cord.When Lt. Milner, of Fighter

stockholders. It is the seventh Jacksonville Chapter Armed by the school. Any necessary Squadron 14, a unit of Jackson-
largest food chain in the United Forces Management Associationat booster shots will also be ville's Carrier Air Group One,
the meeting at the
States.In Officer's groups Club last Thursday.At given at the time examinationsare brought his F3H Demon aboard

applying the philosophies of the left is Comdr. W. J. made.Trailer. the carrier during night-time
Schub, NAS Executive Officer.A operations it marked his
management at Winn-Dixie, flight ,
organization devoted
Lynd said that "We insist that non-profit 300th arrested landing on the
to
improving management

the person who is delegated the throughout the Defense Bill Makes Roosevelt. Now serving on his

responsibility also has the authority Department, the local group third Mediterranean cruise with
to carry it out." already has nearly 100 mem Strides In CongressA the carrier, the aviator was pro-

Another highlight of the meet- bers.ment personnel Addressing was the J. manage C. Lynd ""it. bill to ease financial burdensfor moted to his present rank only

ing was the election of officersfor (right), personnel and training some 9,000 trailer owners on two months ago.
the coming year. Elected manager of Winn-Dixie Inc.Courtney. permanent change of station The Roosevelt, first commis-

were: president, Capt. James R. moves is making headway in sioned in 1945, holds the Navy

\ Reedy, commanding officer; vice USS Congress.The record for number of arrested

; president, Capt. R. E. Clements; I House Armed Services landings on an aircraft carrier

secretary, Rod Pinney; treasurer, Committee headed by Rep. Carl .with. over 104,000 to her credit ', .
Phil Myers; vice president in PaxRiver Get I Vinson (D. Ga.) reported favorably Theship,-home-portedaf
Commercial Film
charge of programs, Lt. J. S. on the legislation which val Station Mayport is currently

Vishneski; and members of the calls for a raise in trailer allowances deployed on her record thirteenth
Top Mess NodThe On Communism Is
council, John Colvin, Ray For- from 20 to 30 cents per Mediterranean cruise.

rest, Frank McKinley, Capt. J. J. mile.
best general
Navy messes Nixxed DODThe
J Davis, and Rex Whiddon. afloat and ashore have been determined By In its report to the'ffull House, 410AtNATTUAre

Another highlight was the un- for 1961. The destroyer findings of an official review however, the group stipulatedthat
veiling of the club's charter. The escort Courtney and NAS Pa- of the commercial film- the trailer authorization increase Selected

I. local chapter has almost 100 tuxent River, Md., are the win- strip "Communism on the Map"I should not exceed the cost
members. ners of the first place Ney Mem- have resulted in purchase or use incurred in moving the maximummove For 'ProPay'Four

Also on hand for the meetingwere orial Awards.. of the strip by Department of I allowances of the different
the activities Including ranks.It hundred and ten career
about a dozen special guests Runners-up were the guided Navy ,
representing some of Jackson- missile light cruiser Galvestonand Marine Corps activities, and per- also makes clear that trailer petty officers of the Naval Air

ville's leading industries.The the Naval Submarine Base, sonnel being suspended.The allowances should never exceed Technical Training Unit will be
those given on PCS and make recipients of $13,740 monthly for
next meeting of the AF- Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Defense Department review -
ownership of a mobile home more being selected as performing and
stated that there
MA, which, is a non-profit organization are many
Rear Adm. J. W. Crumpacker, service trailer
profitable to own- demonstrating outstanding pro-
materials in
devoted to improve- Chief of the Bureau of Suppliesand officially approved
the of anti-Communism ers than those with conventional ficiency in their particular rate.
ment of management throughoutthe area
Accounts will accept thewinners'
the Office of Armed homes. I This money, called "pro-pay" is
Defense produced by
is
Department set
I
plaques on August 14 Before becoming law the mea- at the present time awarded to
Forces Information and Educa-
for August 17 at 1930 at the Of-
at the annual convention of the
sure must clear the full House men in critical or outstanding
ficers Club. Members are invitedto Food Service Executives Associa- tion for use in training and indoctrination -
and Senate, and have Presidential effectiveness ratings.
bring their wives. It is ex- tion in Detroit, Mich. programs. approval. The pro-pay program, designedby
pected that Mayor Haydon Burns
installed and
Congress, was
will'deliver the principal address. .. .......
n-.e. M. ro eaee .qS presented to the armed forces as
.
a tool for retaining personnel
'. with highly technical skills
:
Classified through reenlistments.

Pro-pay, of course, is not limitedto
,
men with highly, technical
FOR SALE skills. Men of all ratings are
Normandy Village-3bdrm, 2 bath, $83 eligible to compete and receive
per mo; 1..1. Kruczymkl, EV 42176.
Ortega H.lls-3. bdrm, 1% bath, kit this type of financial reward.
equip, $84.50 per mOl EV 84274. NATTU is proud to have so
Oak Hill-3bdrm, $87.50 per mOl Mrs.H. many men qualify for "pro-pay"
C. Patton, SP 10484.
I which means that Jax and the
Murray Hill-3bdrm, $6,500 EV 7-3909
after 1700. I surrounding area will benefitby
FOR RENT having such high caliber men
Venetia-3bdrm, furn, elec sty, $125 in the community.A .
per mo; Ext. 442.
4504 Irvington Ave.-3 rm/apt/ adults,
$50 Mrs Carney, EV 8-6768. man visited his doctor to
Ortega Hills3 bdrm, 2 bath, $150, see about a rash that had brokenout
unfurn; EV 80428. .,.. on his hands. The doctor
Murray Hill-3 bdrm, kit equip, $75 ,L;. \ examined the rash consulted
a
& 4
EV 7.3909 after 1700.
per mOl; :
Jax Beach-unfurn, 3bdrm, 218 13th row ,:, ;{n X 1.5' book, returned for another look,
Ave. N.; Padrick, EV 7-3658 after 1615. then searched through another
Bachelor Apt-furn, bdrm, kit, bath, -. ;' book.

gentlemen EV 88317. only Mrs. Emma McLeod, ..r n n 4 } .d0w.1k.. i : .?t.t1.d:; !6. Finally the doctor asked, "Did

Lower Apt-furn, efficiency, $12 per UNUSUAL GET.TOGETHER-Comdr. George Center (second from left) newly'assigned you ever have this before?"
wk or $45 per mo, adults; George Security Officer held a "military" type review of the NAS police force last week during whichhe "Yes."
Cunningham, EV 8-9886. commended O. H. Boltin for his alertness in discovering a possible fire in the
"Well it looks like
Louder you've got
7418 Pineville Drlv.-4 bdrm, 2 bath, Store and presented L. F. Chesser a two-year safe driving award. Police Chief D. L.
patio McGuIre, EV 99729. (left), assisted Comdr. Center with the review and awards. it again.





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