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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 12, 1958
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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<, Traffic Court In Busy MonthDuring I



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k the month of May, A total of 136 cases were forwarded, six; and commanding -
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approximatly 153 traffic .- acted upon by the Traffic officer for action, one.

tickets were issued by NAS Court Officer and U. S. Com- U. S. Commissioner T. V.

Jax police to traffic violators missioner.The Cashen imposed five fines,

aboard the Station. issued probations and
following is a break- seven
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This figure includes five issued down of action taken by the dismissed one case.

'' .: for reckless driving; 26 Traffic Court Officer:Restrictions One case was referred to

for improper parking! nine 55; restriction and com- the Commissioner by the

$, \ gyp. for failing to stop at stop manding officer for action, 2; Traffic Officer. This man received -

i sign; 28 for speeding; 28 for probation, 19; traffic school, a year's probation andis

faulty equipment; 26 for in- one; restriction and traffic not authorized to operate a

volvment in accident; and 41 school, 5; warning, 19; dis- motor vehicle in Florida dur-

for miscellaneous pffenses. missed, 6; safety check, nine; ing that period.

5;.....,,

COMDR. SMITH HONORED.On .
behalf of the civilian: em
ployees of NAS Jax, Leonard
Eubanks (right). Industrial Re
lations Officer, presents a crayon -
portrait to Comdr RobertJi.
flX
Smith, who departed Mon
day after two years as execu
tive officer of NAS Jax. The
portrait was presented to
Comdr. Smith at a dinner in
his honor at the Smith Room _, ii tIOwo.
(named after Comdr. Smith)
of the civilian: cafeteria with Vol. 16 No. 11 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 12 June 1958ATTEND

high-ranking officers and sen-
ior civilians: of the Station on w : ,.
hand. 'Pro' Flying, Medicare

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NARTU In'Boot'Camp Tackled By House Body


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If recommendations of the House Appropriations Com-

mittee are carried out, big changes are in store for the arm- I

BusinessNARTU ? i' ed services this fiscal year, according I to Navy_ Times.

Jax, often referredto Among Committee targets is I be okay for men flying fast com-
as the "Home of the Week- I&T 5 proficiency flying, "executive bat aircraft, but not justified,
end Warriors' started a sum type" planes, and the high num- according to the Committee, for
mer school for recruits this ber of men in commissionedranks. those who do not "have a real

week, consisting of training The Committee favors combat proficiency require-
similar to that administeredto cutting down number of per- )n ent."
"greenies" at r manent changes of station, also.
a regular The House group also said
Navy boot camp. REGULAR STRENGTH of the percentage of officers to enlistedmen
With approximately 15 young Navy is expected to be snipped in all services if out of
men from the Jacksonville area 15,000 men. Defense SecretaryNeil whack at present and should be
in attepdance, along with 15 Y
McElroy has declared con- brought into better balance.
from NAS Atlanta, the school
will transpose civilians into sail- tinued modernization of weapons ANOTHER AREA hit by the

ors in 85 days. will make more cuts in per- body is the Medical Care Act.
So service families are using -
UPON GRADUATION fro mNARTU's sonnel "inevitable." many
civilian facilities under this
Accelerated Training Proficiency flying was said to program' in preference to military -
Course, the men will be advanced -
establishments that medical
to the next rating.
costs have soared above esti-
The potential Bluejackets, ma-
mates and service hospitals have
jority of whom are just out of -_. "."m'.m......._ Vacancies Exist vacant beds.
high school, will not be givingup many
NARTU BOOT CAMP A miniature boot The committee therefore said
summer vacations in vain. camp has been established at Naval Air Reserve Training Unit
While on active duty, they'll Jax with a class of recruits from Atlanta and the local area On Air NewsThe that not more than $60 million
receive full and undergoing intensive "boot" training in an 85-day accelerated may be used in the next 12
allowances
pay program. Lines of young recruits in drill formation will be Jax Air News is still months to finance private care
which, to the average youngster, seen throughout the summer aboard the Station. Two traineesare in need of qualified personsto of dependents
should look quite sizeable. pictured getting off to a cooperative beginning assisting
MORAL guidance and personal each other in the preparation of "sacks." fill billets on the staff. Cost was $75 million this fiscal -
year and was estimated to
hygiene will be emphasized in
There are openings in the
have been set previously for $70
the school's
syllabus and classes CautionedOn and in the
sports department this
coming
Dependents year.
will be taught in the following
subjects: Naval Customs; His- general news reporting and ON THE subject of permanent
tory of the U.S. Traditions writing section. changes in station, the commit-
Navy; Navy Uses Of MedicareService .
'tee had this to say.
; Seamanship, and Fire- Personnel who have had and
Fighting.Also Permanent station changes
experience in this field, or even temporary duty travel will
Chemical, Biological and dependents have been cautioned that they fre-
Atomic receive medical assistance facilitiesfor who feel they would like be reduced in all the services
at
Warfare; First Aid; Air- quently may military
craft and Aircraft Survival, and conditions not authorized to be treated by civilian phy- to enter the journalism ranks, beginning next month.
Small Arms Instruction, among sicians under the Medicare program. are requested to contact the Each time a service individualor
draft of men is moved it costs
others. According to Maj. Gen. Paul I. Plastic cosmetic editor in Room 230, Main Ad- and the
surgery; the country money
Going on the assumption that, Robinson, Executive Director,
operations on ears and eyes sole- ministration Bldg. Committee is trying to pare
"All work and no play make Office For Dependents' Medical
Jack a dull boy," officials of Care, treatment of chronic condi- I (Please turn to Page 6, col. 2)) costs of this operation.

NARTU have made sure that tions through Medicare is allow-
"Bluejacket Jack" will enjoy, able only if "acute flareups exist' I I

not only the fellowship of bud- or if surgery can bring "func- I Station Payroll Saving Mark Boosted I .1
dies, but will be exposed to tional improvements."

a well-filled athletic and recreational IN CLARIFYING "borderline" I I
program.AN conditions, for which the govern- N A S Jacksonville's standing The total of 905 new enrolleesis commanding officer of the Sta-

ALL-DAY, postgraduationpicnic ment cannot pay civilian doctor among other Naval activities in believed to be ,the highest the tion, added his "well done" as

is among the events plan- and hospital bills, he said the the number of participants in Station has had in any one drive he said: "I want to express my
ned for the group. A highlight basic requirement, with few the U. S. Savings Bonds pay-roll since 1948, or perhaps since for the excellent
of the 85-day schooling will bea exceptions, for any medical at- savings plan has been given another World War II. appreciation
day spent aboard one of the tention for service familiesatother big boost which should On the heels of the final report work done by all those person-

Mayport-based aircraft carriers. than uniform services facilities place this activity nearer the came an expression of appreciation nel who had a part in this pro-

Upon graduation, the youths -is a.necessity for hospital- lop. from the Office of motion. Now the Station is within -

will attend drills one weekendper ization that requires either. Final i tabulation shows 455 State Sales Director, U. S. Sav- shooting distance, of one of
month as members of the surgery or treatment. new military participants and ings Bonds Division. Congratulations -
official Flags
Naval Air Reserve or they may Not authorized in the Medicare 450 new civilian enrollees were were tendered the Stationfor those Treasury
enlist in the regular Navy. program, Gen. Robinson said, added during the recent payroll such a successful drive. which are held by a small number ; -

(Please turn to Page 6, col. 5)) are: savings plan campaign. Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr., of Federal installations."

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VW-4 VA-176, CVG-17 Report
Jfl fuMJiuis PEACE GI BILL


IN HOUSE MILL
HA*. JadaaTIDe Scouting Squadrons
Capt.Elliott W Parish Jr. ____ ____... ..... ... Commanding Officer all
Co'mdr. Grayston II. Weber ......... .... ...... ................ ... .. Executive Office Educational benefits for
NAB Six; Fleet Air lacklOnYW. veterans regardless of whether I
Rear Adin. Wendell G. Switzer .......................................................... ......... Commander tHey served during war or V W.4 ADs this week when Bob Se!
Capt. Seth S. Searcy Jr ....... ... .... Chief of Staff,
Capt.. Edwin S. Young .............>................................,.......,.?... Chief of Staff NAD FairJax Six peacetime are included in a Fleet Air WJng Eleven's inspection bring, AD2, departs for NAS
nee Alt Wing. Ora and Family Day last Pax River."Welcome.
Capt. Donald E. Macintosh ...._....................................................................... Commander bill introduced in the House
Capt. Thomas & WbiU ,........__...>......_....._._...?_..._.__.?.,.... Chief Staff Oifloer by Rep. James Fulton, (Pa.) Saturday was a fine success as Aboard" to the
rtlUU* Twftmioal Tntetoff, OniwCapt. 300 friends and membersof newest members of VA-176.
Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr. .. ......._....................._.................. Commanding Officer Fulton's proposal would allow over Theyare
Comdr. Wilfred II:. Flesnmu ........_....................._............................... Execv.U". Officer. exservicemenwho Wing families attended Open ; Eugene Kubisiak, AOl;
Kanl BeqIkl i post-Korea House. One of the biggest attractions Ronald Forte, AMHAN
Capt. Alton C Abernethy ........._..._.............................................. Commanding Officer served 90 days or more ; Robert
RUTU of the morning was the Thompson, AM2; John McQuaide,
Norman O. Anderson .?.......................... ........................... .... Commanding Officer on active duty to begin school huge cake baked for VW-4 fami- ADS Gene Sheets, A03
Comdr. William E. Hard/ ..................:................................. ........ .,.. ..... ExtcuUre Officer training within three years after and
lies by Barrie M. Sheridan, CS3. William Shelburn, AA.
Printed commercially wth noQ-approprlated funds in Jacksonville, Florida discharge. Benefits would Sheridan and two helpers .
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-39 cease eight years after separ-
Rev. Nov. 1645. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel worked 36 continuous hours to
nf Fleet Air Jacksonville. Naval Air Station. Naval Air Technical Training ation date. CVG.17
the cake in time for the
Center, Fleet Air Wing 11. Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. complete Last Tuesday, CVG-\7 staff
Naval Hospital. service
Men who attended Open House.
Service Information Officer ............ Lcdr. Charles M. Thomas had a beer and steak all-hands
Assistant Service Information Officer ." Andrew H. Planey I academies or civilian schools The cake was decorated with party at the Skeet Club. Guestsat
Editor Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters Jack Holmes PHI; Mary the squadron's emblem made of
Ann Klrchner SN. while in service, would not the party were CO's, XO's and
The Jax Air News is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. count their student time to various colored icing and ropes leading chiefs of the four CVG-
Material appearing in this publication can be reprinted providing credit Isgiven. bearing roses, also made of
Photographs, unlearn otherwise credited are official U. & Navy photo- gain eligibility benefits. 17 squadrons-VF-173 and VA-
It covered of
frosting. an area
rraEditorlal offices located la Room 230, Main Administration.Building.Phone 176, NAS Jax based, and VF-13
extensions '1M. 8344. S7* or 210. 24 square feet and was three and VA-36 at Cecil Field.
layers high topped with about
one-half inch of icing. The staff challenged the gueststo
r.mtDNoteNew a Softball game during the
The marvel of baking architec-
afternoon and defeated
them,
ture was constructed from 30
individual pieces and was esti- 10-8.
.. ( hours of NATT-
Center movie, 1900 daily.' Sat- mated to weigh over 450 pounds. The party was also an Occa-

urday, Sundays and holidays, Notable ingredients include over sion for a few goodbyes. H. C.

1400 and 1900. Mainside movies 25 dozen eggs, more than 15 Chilton, ADC, retired June 6

daily, 1800 and 2000. Weekends gallons of milk and cream, and after 20( years service. Chilton

and holidays, 1400, 1800 and countless pounds of sugar, flour, will reside in Jacksonville.Lcdr. .

2000. Hospital movie daily I a dyes, etc. The monster was soon A. M. Shirah will leave

1900.) reduced to normalcy, however, the Air Group Staff latter part

Thursday June 12 by the many persons who also of June to report to NATTCenter,

Mainside Crooked Circles enjoyed various squadron dis- Memphis, for shore duty.
(boxing expose) with John Smith plays and tours of wing aircraft.

and Steve Brodie.NATTCenterParatrooper. .

(action VA-176 Navy Relief, NAS

drama-reissue) with Alan \ AO, AM and AT rates head the"Thunderbolt"
Ladd and Leo Genn. re-enlistment roster Fireman WinnersIn

Hospital Cry Baby Killer this week. Buying the beer

(drama) with John Nicholsonand I ifter shipping for six were Willie
TV Set ContestWilliam
Carolyn Mitchell. Also, Puny dyer, AD3; Tender Teague, AM2;
Express and Hypro Chondri. and Dick Lanza, AT2.
t! ______ I VA-176 Harman, firefighter at
celebrated its
third
Friday June 13 NAS Jax Fire Station No. 2, is
Mainside Hell Below Zero I anniversary this past week withan the lucky winner of a television

(action drama) with Alan Ladd all hands dinner and dance. set.

and Joan Tetzell. TOPS IN AO (B) CLASS Joseph Nichols. AOC (right) June 6 marks the end of a It all came about like this.
NATTCenter receives congratulatory handshake from Comdr. Benjamin Col busy training year that established
Crooked Cir- Wishing to do big share in the
a
kilt Training Officer of Aviation Ordnanceman School. Class the "Thunderbolts" as one of
cle. B, at NATTCenter upon his selection as honor man in recent the Navy Relief Fund Drive, the
Hospital Paratrooper. graduation exercises at the school. Nichols completed the course outstanding squadrons in the NAS Jax Electronics Lab dreamed -
with a mark of 91. He has been ordered to VF-64 at NAS Ala Atlantic Fleet.
Saturday June 14 meda. Calif., for duty. During the past year, VA-176 up a new idea for gaining

Mainside Value for Money pilots logged 735 carrier landingsand funds.
(color comedy) with John Gre- Voting Information through a combined all The Lab put up a fine TV set for

gion and Diana Dors. hands effort the "Thunderbolts"earned contributions, with tickets sold

NATTCenter Hell Below the right to represent for a dollar each and all pro-

Zero. Florida Requires VotersTo ComNavAirLant at the Fleet Air ceeds going to Navy Relief.

Hospital Crooked Circle. Gunnery Meet. VA-176 looks to When all tickets were sold, a

Kiddie matinee Brass Leg- next year for even greater accomplishments number was drawn belonging to
end (western) with Hugh O'- Register'ln Person with the ageless Harman.

Brian and Nancy Gates. Also, "Able Dog." It's understood the amount collected -

Red Riding Hoodwinked and If you are from Florida and have never registered to The "Thunderbolts" will lose through .this source wasp

Weasel Stop. vote, you must report in person to do so. one of its plank owners and to over $100.ttJ' .

Sunday June 15 Registration in most counties is permanent, but not in

Mainside Time to Love, A all. In counties under the permanent registration system you

Time To Die (color drama) with do not have to re-register pro- .

Lisa Pulver and Don Defore. vided you vote once every two Card Application and mail to

One show, 1900 only. years and do not move to. an- the Supervisor of Registration,
NATTCenter Value For other county.BY county of residence, during the
Money. 45 days preceding an election,
1960, all counties will have
Hospital Hell Below Zero. ,but not later than 5 pm of the
adopted the permanent registration -
fifth day before an election.
Monday June 16
system and you will not be
Mainside Sayonara (color permitted to vote unless registered MARK THE ballot and mail
drama in Japan) .with Marlon under it. promptly so that it will reach
Brando and Red Buttons. One election officials no later than 5
To register in must
show, 19UO only. person you pm on the day before election.
go to the Office of the Supervisor .
NAlTCenter Time To Love For further
information
of Registration, county of : con-
A Time To Die. sult
your voting officer.
residence, at any time except
Hospital Value For Money. during the period 30 days before NAS Sax Voting Officer is

Tuesday June 17 and five days after an election. CWO J. J. Carryl, Room 146,

Mainside Haunted Strangler Armed Forces personnel under Main Administration Building. <' ui
(horror drama) with Boris 21 may pre-register by appearingat (AFPS). ; :

Karloff and Anthony Dawson. the Office of the Supervisor of : ciWyk
Also, Jerry and Goldfish. i :
NATTCenter Registration, county of residence. Mueller Top HonormanAt +
Sayonara. YOU WILL be'required to fill
Hospital Time To Love, A out an affidavit and present' AO (A) Graduation

Time To Die.Wednesday. evidence that you are in the Pfc. Melvyn Mueller, of Fort

June 18 Armed Forces. A certificate reg- Wayne, Ind., grabbed top hon-
Mainside Three Faces of istration will be sent to you when ors in last week's graduation at ;

Eve (drama) with Joanne Wood- you become of age. Aviation Ordnancemen School : ,f ;

ward and David Wayne.\ Also, If you were once registered but Class A at NATTCenter.

Swamp Boat Sports and Mon- have let the registration lapse, Mueller, who entered the Ma-

ster and the Ape, Chapter 8. you may re-register by mail if rine Corps in Apiil, 1956 is still firefighter LUCKY of If 7IENSWilliam Harman. (right) civilian
One Show, 1900 only. you are a service man or a dependent set he No. 2 at NAS Jax admires television *
NATTCenter won through Purchase of a ticket sold by the NAS
Haunted
of would Jax
Many
I age. men keep them- Communications
Electronics Lab in
the interest of the
Strangler. I To obtain an absentee ballot selves in the best of spirits if Navy Relief Fund Drive. Francis Fore, ETC, of the Lab looks
Hospital Sayonara. I in Florida fill out a Federal Post the prices were lower. on.Relief Proceeds Society.from ticket sales were turned over to the Navy



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i I About 350 Expected At Scout RendezvousNAS



Jacksonville will be last boy departs Friday morning, side Fire Station, Boat Division, a cruise on the St. John's River. I

"invaded" by approximately a busy schedule of actvities is FAETULant, various NATTCcn- Evenings will also be a busy

350 Explorer Scouts and lead- In store for the young lads. ter schools and seaplane ramps.: time for the youngsters with *A
next week the 13th THE services slated Sunday I
ers as an- TYPICAL day will start THE SCOUTS will also visit vesper
), nual Explorer Rendezvous with reveille at 0600, the kindof Fasron 109, learn about hurricanes night, a swim meet at the Indoor i

takes place here starting Sun "waking up ceremony" un- from members of Airborne Pool (Building 614) sched-
uled for Tuesday night with the
day. dergone by military personnel Early Warning Squadron 4, takean
! THE EXPLORERS hail throughout the world. annual Explorer Dance slated
, orientation flight in an Op-
from 37 Scout councils comprising Hungry appetites will be whetted erations aircraft, and tour the Thursday in Building Three.
; an area of North and South daily at 0630 at the NATT-
Cove An address the NAS Jax
t moth ball fleet at Green by
Carolina, Georgia and Central: Center mess hall. With TheToastmasters
" Springs. commanding officer at 0800 Mon-
and Southern Florida. I Tours will be taken to such
1 From the moment they checkin activities as parachute loft, Op- | During their brief stay at day will welcome the Scouts and

on Sunday afternoon until the erations tower, Medical, Main- Green Cove, Explorers will take their leaders to the Station. -

C. C. Smith introduced the
evening's program last Thurs-

1s DIAPER -r'1 _{ MALL day at the 223rd meeting of
I } Navy Officers' Toastmasters. Pre-

s sident Clancy Rich delivered an
DOINGSGirls
d .r impromptu talk entitled, "Shall

(. held the upper hand in SAINTS' CHAPEL We Try a New Adventure?", an
I.. June 15 outline of the
the number of births recordedat Sunday. speechcraft course
3 the Naval Hospital last week, 0930-Sunday School, three- the club is soon to undertake.

with ten girls and eight boys year olds through adults, Bldg. Huel Holloway, just back from
tsIe 722; Service of Divine Worship,
in.
"checking his post-retirement tour of the
Osman.1100Divine .
Chaplain
Girls, Deborah Ann, to Pfc. Worship, Chaplains nation, reported the answers he
11, received to his man-on-the-
and Mrs. Billy Harrell, May 24; Reagan and Davis.18DOTeenage .
Poy, Kenneth Martin, to Harold :> Fellowship, street query," "Are We HavingA

1C.-. Parish, AD2, and Mrs. Parish, .. Bldg. 722.1930United. Recession?
May 24; Boy, Richard Hunter, to Fellowship of Pro The horizontal evaluation made
6In
Lt. and Mrs. Walter Ranzau, testants, Bldg. 722.Monday Its appearance as Don Dougherty -

May 24; Boy, James Paul, t'oSgt. June 16 Jack Baird, Ray Mullins and

and Mrs. Sheila Booker, May 24; 1900-Singspiration, Bldg. 722. Gene Guazzo criticized the

Girl, Denise Helen, to Teddy 1900-Sunday School Teaching speakers.
Rich FT2 and Mrs. Rich May
rert ,
Methods, Bldg. 722.Wednesday Kirb Callam conducted table-
|'!6; Boy, David Franklin, to Roy June 18 topics as members cited favoriteTV
McConnell, AN, and Mrs. Mc-
1930-Principles of Christian programs. These ranged from
Connell, May 26. Faith, Bldg. 722.Thursday. "Wide Wide World" to "Gunsmoke" -

I Also, Girl, Gloria Gail, to Pfc. v-"O w "" '.:.,.....,,,....,.._, X m_ June 19 .
and Mrs. Cox 27 1600-Junior Choir Rehearsal
Tommy May ,
; TICKET SALE KICKOFF Capt Elliott W. Parish Jr.. Tonight's meeting has been designated -
Girl, Camilla Lenora, to SP2 NAS Jax commanding officer, purchases initial ducats in Bldg. 722.1915AH. Guest Night and wjll
and Mrs. Evelyn Cooper, May ticket sale drive for'the Boy Scout-Waves Softball game June Saints' Choir Rehearsal -
convene at 1830 at the "O" Club.
27; Girl, Janice Marie, to Gor- 20 at 1930 at the Hospital diamond. Troop 131. sponsored by All Saints' Chapel.ST. .
the Station, will battle the Crackerjax in the third annual af- Each member has been requestedto
don Mayall, AB3, and Mrs. May- EDWARDS' CHAPEL
t fair. Left to right are Judy Swigert SN, of NAS Jax Com bring two guests.An .
all, May 27; Girl, Lisa Renee, to munications. Crackerjax shortstop. Capt. Parish, and David Sunday June 15
,at James Hyman, AD3, and Mrs. Curtis of Troop 131. 0830-1000 Sunday entertaining program is

is Hyman, May 28; Girl, Joy Ly- 10630-Daily: planned and any officer wishingto

ionns. nell, to Lucius Murray, AN, and ST. LUKES' CHAPEL attend is requested to con-
Mrs. Murray, May 28; Girl, Rob- July Report Looked For On 0630-Catholic Mass tact Lt. Don Dougherty at extension -

in Elaine, to Carl King, BM3, and 0930-Servico of Divine Worship, 732 for details.

the Mrs. King, May 29. Chaplain Bryant. *

them And, Girl, Lisa Dawn, to Dependent Denticare StudyDental Latter Day Saints (Mormon With Dr. Max Suter as toast-
Tuesday 1930-Bldg. 751. master the Civilian
Navy Toat-
Earnest Holt: AT3, and Mrs.
ing Holt, May 29; Boy, David Wil- care for dependents of military personnel is being Christian Science Tuesday masters were treated to another

liam III, to David Hicks Jr., studied by a three-service committee and is expected to 1900-Bldg. 751. lively session Tuesday at Karl

for EMC, and Mrs. Hicks, May 30; make its report to the Pentagon in July, reported Navy Hellcnthal's Restaurant.

old Boy, Glenn Monroe, to Joseph Times. AE-A Honors Shared By The program featured speechesby

ro- Taylor, DC2, and Mrs. Taylor, Known informally as the five members. Mel Hawker
exists for civilian care for de Rogganbuck, FlannellyJames
May 30; Girl, Gina Bonnette, to Denti-Care Committee, the group AEMAA delivered an oration on "Taxa-
pendents.The
Rogganbuck
JohA Cirisan, FN, and Mrs. Ciri- has been at work for nearly a tion;" Mike Cascone spoke on
, a committee report would of Kankakee, 111., and John
san, May 30; Boy, Michael Alan, year, studying possible changesto "Employee Management Rela-
tool take the form of proposed Flannelly, AEIAN, of Belford, "
to Arthur Dumas, DC2, and Mrs. the Medical Care Act to pro- tions; Andy Planey on "To
changes to the Dependent Medical N. J., shared top honors in last
and John vide dental care, Know Ourselves; Jim Leggett,
Dumas, May 30, Boy, i
' Care Act, if the group decides week's graduation at Aviation "
Michael Jr., to John Socorrs, It is expected that the com- "Anglo-American.Relations, and
vas kin dental care is necessary and Electricians Mate School ClassA
PN3, and Mrs. Socorrs, May 30. mittee will i propose a dental feasible. at NATTCenter. Tom Forrest, "Safe and Sane
the lines of Teen-Agcrs in our Armed For-
plan modeled along
Dental care for dependentswould Rogganbuck, who entered the "

New Navy 'Copter medicare. not be an entirely new Navy in Sept. 1957 will reportto ces.
Service sympathy for such a proposition for service depend- North Island, San Diego., The panel of evaluators, head-

Makes Instrument program was responsible for set- ents. Before the passage of the Calif., for duty. Flannelly, who ed by Ernie Newberg, includedBen

ting up the committee, for one Medicare Act, Army and CoastGuard entered the service in June 1957 Ballering, Gordon King,
Flights' PossibleA thing, and that has not diminished famiies received'consider. will report to Patrol Squadron Lawton Green, Bill Clearmanand

helicopter capable of day with a year of Medicare ex- able care in military facilities. 44, NAS, Norfolk, Va. Rod Pinney.
perience.For Lawton Green was lexicogra-
and night flight under instru-
ment conditions is now in pro- another, dentists close to pher, with Aubrey Silvey as

duction at Sikorsky Aircraft. the program freely admit a need Enlisted Retired Law table topics chairman.

The new 'copter, culminationof

':' seven years of research and Summer Story HoursAt Same Under Pay Bill Notes
I I
:'". development by the Navy, is NATTC LibraryThe IcP0
,!" the HSS-1N.
craft is the first in a series of Sum- The military pay-raise bill The only way to get retainer The Chiefs Club swimmingpool -
The single engine
J Story Hours was held at in the enlisted
mer no way changes pay based on the new
" largest Navy version of the familiar is now open daily, weather
1000 this morning at the NATT- retired law, including laws active-duty rates, for the man
Sikorsky S-58 which is Center Library, Bldg. 563. governing the Fleet Reserve. in the Fleet Reserve, is to permitting, from 1000 until 2000.

widely commercial used operations.A in military. and Sponsored by the NATTCenter Rates of pay for persons already serve on active duty for one Children under 12 must be ac-

Officers' Wives Club, the story retired or in Fleet Re- year under the new rates. companied by parents..
major step toward instru- continue before the June 1 effective -
hour will thoughoutthe serve The same applies to retired
The
new patio snack bar is
ment flight for helicopters was summer months each Thurs- date of the law go up
the development of automatic day at 1000. The first session six percent across the board, enlisted men and enlisted men open Monday through Friday

stabilization equipment (ASE). featured stories and a display of except for men retired for gone to officer grade on retired from 1300-2000. Weekends, 1200-

In simple terms, ASE is an books available to children for disability with less than two list. 2000.(

electronic system which unbur- their summer reading.All years of service. Any one who re4ires on 30
dens the pilot of necessity of children of all ages are invited For those retiring or going years direct or who went into Treasure Ford and her Seven

making constant adjustments in to attend these story hours. into the Fleet Reserve after the Fleet Reserve on the day Men of Rhythm ,will play for

control of the 'copter. the law takes effect, retainerand the bill became a law can dancing and put on a floor showat

retired pay are higher take his choice between pay the Club
in Sunday night, from
Groom: "This blueberry pie Teacher: "Give me a sentence because they will be based on based on the new activedutyrates
dear." using the word bewitches." the and basic and based 1930 to 2330. Tickets are going
ehe tastes funny, new higher pays pay on the
Bride: "Perhaps I put too Student: "Youse go ahead for active duty. old rates plus six percent. fast so you'd better get yours
kl'If much bluing in it." I'll bewitches in a minute." now







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Aids In Personnel Placement'Electronic



Brain' Can Cui : :'


Hold Interview With You tv. :


A machine that provides the nearest thing to a personal

interview with individuals prior to assignment has been

installed in the Bureau of Naval Personnel.The .

IBM 705, "electronic
brain," in the hands of its "hu EDPM by next January, for processing -

man master" is capable of hand- active duty personnel

ling data on 650,000 men and information required by the

women of the Navy. Fleets and shore commands, and

IT IS ABLE to forecast train to provide the BuPers Data Pro-

ing requirements, and will per- cessing Center with "change in-

form a myriad of other detailed, formation" with which to keep

clerical and accounting functions. Bureau information up-to-date.

Despite the amazing capabilityand Personnel reporting systems f

usefulness of the Electronic will be simplified through use .

Data Processing Machine System, of the EDPM, according to a Bu

it has no ability to "think for Pers spokesman.Final __.n".n_' nnmmmmn___
itself." People must tell it how decisions on any action CASH FOR EFFORTS Capt. Ira N. Curtis, (left) NAS
to handle information in a spe- regarding a 'Navyman will con- Jax Public Works Officer, presents Superior AccomplishmentAward
cific and logical way in order tinue to be made by men, not checks to these four Public Works employees. Receiving
for it to produce meaningful machines. Know Where checks from Captain Curtis are (left to right) Mrs. Lucile D.
Hubbard, $100; James Merkel $200: Otis Owens, $100; Edgar
answers. You StandOne Santiman $200. Also receiving awards but absent from the
DATA ON individuals will be Search For Best photo were Betty Gerringlon, $100: Shirley Piper $200, and
incorporated in these tapes so Jeannette Reilly, $100.
ofthe lesser known bits
that in the event of mobiliza- ,
tion, personnel can be selectedfor Navy Chow Is of Armed Forces informationis -

active duty in a minimum of the order of precedence for Dried Food

.time and given duties corresponding Nearing CloseOut members of the services in

with their capabilities.A formations. s e Not What It
Data Processing Installations of 34 nominees submittedby

) located at Pensacola for all fleet and shore commands, Here's how the Defense De- SALTY, HUMOR WOM Used To Be
continental shore facilities of the the search for the Navy's best partment says they should line- '
AND THERE
Navy. chow has been narrowed to six. up: HERE Dehydrated foods aren't what 1

Installations are also at San Two of these six, one shore 1. Military Academy cadets. Then there's the story of the they used to be. They taste good ]1

Diego i Calif., for the Pacific station and one ship, will be 2. Naval Academy midshipmen. two pessimists who met at a today.

Fleet and Norfolk, Va., for the picked as top winners in the first party and shook heads And to make sure that the food

Atlantic Fleet. 'All-Navy food contest now un-i 3. Air Force Academy ca- is tasty, the Navy has a broad 1
der
way. Two others will be
EACH OF these installationswill named dets. Daffynishuns: Good Old Days educational program to teach men

be equipped with IBM 650 six runnersup.The finalists picked by the 4. Coast Guard Academy -That time way back w hen how to cook:: the food correctly.All .

Ney Memorial Awards Committee cadets. there were no deductions froma this was explained recentlyby

are the radar picket escort 5. Army. man's pay until he got home. Capt. Charles W. Peckham,

Health-CF vessel Finch; carrier FranklinD. 6. Marine Corps. commanding officer of the Navy

Roosevelt; store ship Rigel; 7. Navy. Customer, leaving hotel: "Par- Subsistence Office, who says he

OutcomeIs Guantanamo Bay Naval Station, 8. Air Force. don me, clerk, but what material hopes the light-weight food will

Cuba; Tongue Point Naval Sta- 9. Coast Guard., do you use to stuff the mat- be used for two or three mealsa

GivenNavy tion, Astoria, Ore.; and the Fleet 10. Army National Guard. tresses in this establishment?" week in the Navy from now
11. Army Reserve.
Air Defense Training Center, Clerk: "With the best strawto on.
military and civilian 12. Marine Corps Reserve.
Dam Neck, Va. be found, of course." The Navy is trying to "get as
of in Naval Reserve.
personnel eight commands 13.
Top winner in each categorywill Customer: "I thought so. NowI many miles as we can out of each
the Jacksonville area contributed 14. Air National Guard.
receive a bronze plaque ona know where the straw came pound of food," Capt. Peckham
$3,870 to the Care and Cru- 15. Air Force Reserve.
walnut base. Runners-up will from that broke the camel's explained, adding that 30 to 35
sade for Freedom fund raising 16. Coast Guard Reserve.
receive smaller aluminum back cent can bq saved
per
on storage
drive held Feb. 12-March 12 of 17. Other training organiza- .C.
plaques. Winners will be announced space by using dried steaks,
this year. tions of the Army, Marine
by the end of June. Doctor, placing thermometerin potatoes: and the like. t
The amount collected, as revealed The Ney Memorial Awards Corps, Navy, Air Force and
woman's mouth "You'll haveto
: Items now being tested include
this week by the Crusadefor Coast Guard in that order.
were set up this year to recog- keep your mouth closed fora dehydrated; shrimp, green beans,
Freedom headquarters, was "(AFPS) '
nize outstanding Navy general couple of minutes." and {
short of the goal of $4,900, but messes. cabbage apple sauce. r
Husband: "Say, Doc, how -
was still 35% more than was re-. ,,, _. __uuuu u .._....__ t
v"""' '''''-: much does of those
alized last year. : : rrFr\, ::\ ::T<:"' : v\,:> '1 cost?" one things tJ

.
The combined drive of Na-| > I .,,. :'',:". :':: *
: ,
<: ; .
tional Health 4gencies and Care ., :
i
Daffynishuns: Old Age -
and Crusade for Freedom, however ;: 1t
That time when you find your-
went over its goal of t
self giving good advice insteadof
$17,200. Some $13,755 was donated t
setting a bad example.
to the Health Drive, bring- (
*
ing the total for the year's first 44 )
A young man was passing the
M fund-raising effort to $17,626. '
M hat at a religious meeting. He
Participating in the drive were paused in front of a Scotsmanand (
military and civilian personnelof
said: "Won't you give me ;
Fleet Air Jacksonville; NAS sixpence for the Lord?" ;
Jax; NAS Cecil Field; NATT-
"How old Laddie?" IJ
are ye, IJ
Center; NAAS Mayport; Fleet ,
Z
asked the Scot.
.'. f
Air Wing.,11; Naval Hospital; .: J
NARTU, and five aircraft car- "I'm 23," he replied. x / J
.,.
riers home-based at Mayport. "Well, I'm nearly 73 and it's
BLUPI-Ballistic missile, fired from underwater, zips skyward vera likely I'll see the Lord
in ariisi's idea of maneuver by Navy's new type of missile
Sign on California music shop: submarine. Subs scheduled for construction: in 1959 shipbuilding afore ye, so I'll give it tae; Him i

"Out to lunch. Usually Bach by program, will be nuclear-powered and will be able to remain meself. I
one. Offenbach earlier." on station undetected for long periods of time. I


F4H-1 Jet Makes First Flight i I Hot Sandwiches Now r

Sold l I
NAS Departments At Building 593
The F4H-1, newest jet fighterin B
Presented AwardsThree the Navy's air arsenal, was powered by two GE jet enginesin The Enlisted Men's Club at 1 t

departments of NAS put through its first flight test the 10,000-pound thrust class. ,' NATTCenter, located in Build-
Jax received denot- McDonnell ing 593, announces it is now
Aircraft
plaques recently in St. Louis. builder of
ing outstanding participation The flight, which took about the plane, says it has the great- able to serve hot sandwiches to B

during the recent Savings 20 minutes, was termed by officials est range of any Navy jet fighter personnel with the arrival ofa I 1 r 1:

Bond drive aboard the Sta- as "successful." and can destroy enemy bombers newly installed grill.In .

tion.Medical The needle-nosed plane is 56 day or night, in any weatherat the past, only cold sand- i tf

Public Works and feet long with a wing span of supersonic speeds. wiches were available, and was

Supply attained 65 percent of more than 38 feet. It's claimedto The F4H-1 can be refueled in inconvenient for personnel who ,...._ 1 1
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participation and were pre- be able to fly at better than flight by the "probe and drogue" desired hamburgers and cheese- KEEPS PEDDLIN' Curvy 1

sented handsome Minuteman twice the speed of sound.It system, and uses the "buddy burgers. 0 Janene Jackson office workerat

plaques at a meeting of representatives can carry air-to-air mis- tank" system which allows one Hours at the club at 1630- Redstone Arsenal, Ala., 1Gf

last week. siles and is capable of long-range F411-1 to refuel another at sup- 2300( on weekdays and 1300-2300 maintains her trim lines with f
early morning workouts the
on
delivery of nuclear bombs. It's ersonic speeds. Saturdays and Sundays. exer-cycle.

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Crackerjax Set!



+ bi g. r4v a:.: t.tr. Was7iitTT For Second Half TheWATER


3b City Loop Action LINESwimming

( The Jax Navy Crackerjax begin

second half City League soft-
instructions will beheld
WF ball activity tomorrow night at
\ at Pool 715 for dependentsof
I St. Nicholas Park. Opponent was
military personnel commencing -
not known at press time due to
June 16. Florida Aquatics,
unfinished scheduling.The .
Inc., will furnish an instructor:

Navy club finished secondin Monday through Friday to con-

first half play, loosing a play- duct classes throughout the summer -,

off tilt to the Rockets last week. as follows: 0900-0945-Begin

The Crackerjax had earned a ners (non-swimmers), minimumage
5 0945-1030-Bcginners
bid to the playoff by handingthe years
II (those who swim but have
Rockets their lone loss of not passed a beginners' test; 1030

:, the year, 3-1, earlier in the week. -1115 Intermediate (adults or

children desiring a Red Cross
Expected to be at near full
*:.. Intermediate Swimmers' Card;
strength for second half action,
. ,v.......u.ti.\ .,. ...,.,?. 00;""'''''.;_ '" ':i 1115-1200-Adult beginners.Each .
the Crackerjax are carrying high
; SKEET TROPHY PRESENTATION-Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr.. (third from right) NAS Jax course has 10 lessons at
r commanding officer, accepts the Pan-American Skeet Tournament Five-Man Team Military hopes of capturing the bunting.In .
. Championship trophy for the Station. a cost of $10 per person, $18 for
Presenting it to Capt. Parish is Ken Pendergras, AOC, Men's
City League play
captain of the Jax Navy skeet team which successfully defended its championship in this year's two persons, $25 for three per-
. meet. Pendergras, a member of VW-4, heads for Europe and a possible World Tourney berth in last week, Jax Navy dropped a sons, or $30( for four persona: in
l Moscow this. summer. Left to right are Carl Fletcher. AOl AOB( ) School student; Lcdr. Bill 5-2 decision to Cecil Field. Cecil's the same family. Registration for
Frees, VF 62) Pendergrasj Capt. Parish: E. D. Voss ADC. VU-10 Detachment and Bill Arthur.
_ AOC, of VFP.62.r Jimmy East threw a four-hitter. courses will commence at 0800,
June 16, at the office in Building

715A and every second Monday
r Braves Jr. BumsIn > .. .
t thereafter. People registeringare
Fair Jax Paces "

Ten-Pin RolloffPin Diamond War tlAXA/R; 'S"PO I'ff": one-half requested hour prior to report to class at time.least

,
,
.
topplers from ComFair t
mm .
At Ball Orchard"The
Jax are pacing early firing in ,. Get in shape now for the

lat the Mainside intramural bow- Battle For Third Place" r".' ."'f' ". ',. : -' .." .I,"j"..'\, .,;.,.. .T..., '" Fourth Annual Jacksonville
rolloff
od ling possessing a 19-1 Water Ski Tournament which
will be
contested at the new I
slate. will be held at Inlet Marina II,

'od, Closest challenger at this Jacksonville through Baseball Sunday Park whenacon's tonight vFund Nine Cops Center July 11, 12 and 13. In order to
is
juncture National League
must be memberof
a
, qualify you
aden king, VW-4 No.1, with a Dodgers come in for a Skiers
16-8 mark. Braves.four-game joust with the Jax IM Softball Circuit Flag Association the American and the Water Florida Wa-

v. Disbursing is far back in I NATTCenter's intramural softball league race came to ter Skiers Federation. More details -
lly third Game( time each night is 2000
place, with an 11-9 mark
later date.
at
an end last week with students of Aviation Fundamentals a
m, with Hospital holding a 13-8 with Sunday's tilt down for a "
vy record. 1500 start. copping the flag. .

he Other clubs in the rolloffs, The Braves and Dodgers have The AvFund nine takes possession Splinters sport a 9-4 record. Three boats of the Jax Navy

ill and their records to date, are: been nip-and-tuck in the race of the title won last A THIRD round will be playedat Sailing Club sailed in the An-

.Is 0 & R, 3-15; 679th, 7-13; VAH- for third spot in the Sally Lea- year by the Ensigns of the Avia- NATTCenter, but AvFund nual "Mug" Racp, sponsored by

IWas 1 No. 1, 9-11; VP-5, American gue for several weeks. Early tion Ground Officers School. will meet the Mainside champ- the St. Johns Yacht Club of Pa-

League champion, 9-11, and this week the Georgia club helda AGO failed to field a team this ions after completion of their latka and the Rudder Club of

VP-18, which is deployed and one-game lead. season. schedule.On prange Park. This race, the

ch \Iwon't see action for a while. Following this series, the By virtue of a 13-1 record, longest of its kind in the South-

im Braves and Dodgers continue the AvFund nine wrapped up the Mainside softball scene, east, is 36 nautical miles in

35 battling at Macon. the trophy by outdistancingtheir regular season action came to a length. Twenty-three sailboats

ges The Braves return home fora nearest opponents, the Sup- close with Supply holding Na- comprised the field in this year's

Sparkies, AGO Share four-game stand against Sa- port Splinters, odds-on favorites tional League reins with the race, which was won by James

NATTC Links Lead vannah beginning June 23. i \to take second place honors.The 679th Air Force Squadron, Medical VanVoss of West Palm Beachin
] Hospital and VAP-62 also a Flying Dutchman. Jax Na-

le The NATTCenter intramuralgolf entered in playoffs. vy's Commodore Gene Guazzowas

is, race pulled into its second FAETU, VP-18 and VAII-1 crew for the boat winning

week, with the AE Sparkies and won top spots in the American third place, also a Flying Dutch-

the Aviation Ground Officers circuit. Final two playoff berths man. It appeared that Jax Na

School in a dead heat for first are being contested among three vy's Lt. (jg) Gibson, skipper of

place honors with identical 7-3 CS i is R FZ(< + 4 clubs. Psyche, was trying hard to win

marks. the highly engraved paddle (customarily -.
VU-10, IMPROVING as the
On the heels of the leaders are awarded the boat finishing -
season rolled along, VA-104 and
the Missilemen of NAWS, and NARTU will battle for the two last), but after 12 long

the Support Splinters, trailing by positions in games later this hours on the river he still fin-
one-half game and one game
week.In ished two hours ahead of paddle
respectively.
regular season play last Winner Harold Tucker of Cocoa'in '

Standings week, VAH-1 defeated NARTU, a 12-foot Penguin.All .
Won Lost 5-3; Hospital tripped VAP-62 ins ,
AC School 7 3 Bantam sailors of Jax
close tilt, 11-10; FAETU
AGO NarAlrWttpi School 7 3 whacked VF-22, 4-2; the 679th Navy Club are sharpening their
SVa JVi $
AvFund 1 3 ) p trimmed Marine Barracks, 12-6; seaman's eye for the coming

MarAvDel ft JVi i 'F ti __ VW-4 upended ComFair Jax, weekend when the State Rhodes
AO School 0 4 f 4 __' '13-11, and Operations eked out
AK School 0 4 Bantam Championship races will
an 11-10 verdict over VA-15.
r be held at the Florida Yacht
Also, VA-44 surprised VW-4
))1:; ;% Club. Jax Navy will be defending -
Cane Hunters Produce I 11-1; Supply, behind the steady
this title; the large silver
Fireworks In Kegling xca) tossing of Jim Trent and heavy
trophy was won by Comdr. R.
: hitting of Jim Pagano, blanked
Airborne Early Warning Squadron 4 Y. J C. Woodside of NATTC in 1957.
4 made big noises in City ., (.. r MIN VAP-62, 4-0; Hospital downedthe *

League bowling play last weekat Marines, 14-3, and ComFairJax
Will water skis sink? This is
the Springfield Bowling Cen- trimmed Operations, 7-0.
a question that the laws of phy-
ter.The
team registered nine marks sics normally provide the answer -
Center Wives
and four of the five members Begin but Ensign R. M. Hartman

posted doubles. Bill McVey paced Ten Pin WarfareThe has his doubts.. Following a turn..

the club with a 590 effort. ., .. NATTCenter
r -- -!:- Wives mixed ble from his skis in the StJohns

Ralph Tice's 581 was next, MAINSIDE BOWLING PLAYOFF VW-4 No.1 cap- doubles, summer session version, River, one of them failedto
followed by over-500 productionsby tured first place in Mainside National League bowling competition -
once the season was underway and held on to the top spot got under way last week with a reappear. An hour long searchof
Billy Smith and Pete Della throughout remainder of the lengthy schedule and is now in
full schedule of pin spilling. the area still failed to pro-
Penna.Ed .
Mainside playoffs with other top National and American
League keg squads. VP-5 American circuit title-holder, is also The session will be of 12week's duce the missing ski. The answer -
White was the lone VW-4 in the nine.team rolloffs. VW-4 No.1 team members are, left
duration, with 24 couples ? It must have sprung a
bowler to tally a score below the to right, (kneeling) Billy Smith and Ralph Tice. Rear, Pete
500 mark. Della Penna, Willie McVey and Ken Meadows. entered in the race. leak and sunk!!.





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Up The '' rmmmI:
i f3dd2fE8l;
LADDER For Rent
Apt. to share. 2961 Forbes St.

With Civilians (Owner away a lot). EV 8-0160.
2-Bdrm. Home. 6256 Arthur
Periodically, the Jar Air Durham Dr. (Oak Hill) June 25-
News in cooperation with the Oct. 25. EV 4-5889. Mrs. Zenner.Lg. .

Industrial Relations( Department 1-Bdrm. Apt., Kit. equip.,
wilE list various promotions ven. blinds, newly dec., tile bath,
Naval Air Station Personnel.On fireplace. Unfurn., $65; Furn.,

the promotion roster effec- f ) $75. 2864 Olga PI, 'EV 7-2339..

tive recently, were 33 employees, % Mrs. Carswell.
13 from Overhaul and Repair \+ i It :. ..::.> .. '4y 4-Rm. Furn. House. $42.50 Mo.

''Department, 15 from Miscellaneous Apply Martin's Store, cor. Or-
four from Public Works ( tega Farms Blvd. & Timuquana

and from ,'. ryr
one Supply Department .> : Rd.Ortega
':;:"" :.' Suite. Avail. June 15.
Promoted at 0 & R were Bert ",... '.: $100 Mo. 4269 McGirts Blvd. EV-
8-9886. Cunningham.
Ingram, aircraft mechanic gen-
eral third to assistant 4-Bdrm. Home. 2826 Iroqois
step pro-
duction controlman aircraft me- .. Avenue (Ortega). EV 9-2869.
i Ji
chanic general second step; Harold I Weller.

Johnson, radio mechanic sec- __._. ._m. 'w.,.'''''.'. ..... ; ..., ..v..w.: ...... 0 .. .__.....'"''''''' 1"vr 'v- 3-Bdrm. Unfurn. House. 4369
ond step to assistant production PUBLICATIONS FORM CONTROL STREAMLINED Comdr. J. E. Vroom. (with pointer) Genoa Ave. EV 4-5596. Floyd.
controlman radio mechanic first Administrative Officer of FAW-11, discusses chart illustrating consolidation of 25 non-standard 3-Bdrm. Unfurn. House. Avail.
forms into a single District General Form. Participating in this discussion are, left to right, Lt July 1. Fenced yard, near stores,
step; Marvin Ladage, helper (fg) Richard West, VW-4 James Tobin, YN3 VW-4; Comdr. Vroom; Howard Renforth YN1 school. Air Conditioner.
$100
aircraft mechanic general third VP-5; Shuford Tucker YN1, FAW-11 and Lt (jg) James Moore Fasron 109. Tucker charged :
step to assistant production con- with operation of the storeroom, holds a catalog of Sixth Naval District General Forms. Mo. Mrs. Kepner, EV 98802.

trolman aircraft mechanic gen- For Sale
eral first step; David Lowery, 3-Bdrm. H 0 m e. Conven. tofJAS
aircraft mechanic general third 'Cool Cat' Session Fleet Air Wing EstablishesForm & Cecil Field. 4039 TyndalDr.

.step to assistant production con- Happy Hour TonightA EV 8-4882. Comdr. Colkitt.
trol, an aircraft mechanic gen- combination Jam Session 3-Bdrm. Home. 4809 Avent Dr.
eral second step. and Happy Hour will be held Management Program"Operation (Ortega Hills). EV 4-2301. Ty-

Richard Martin, aircraft me- tonight in the NATTCenterEM ler.
chanic general third step to as- Lounge commencing at Dollar Stretch" received the full throttleat 2-Bdrm. Trailer. $1,500. EV-
s i s tan t production controlman 1900. FAW-11 June 2, with the establishment of a Forms 4-2464. Zinzel..

aircraft mechanic general second The NATTCenter band will Management- Program- 3-Bdrm. House." 4275 RapalloRd.
step; Jack Plew, metalsmith be on hand' to give musical Comdr. J. E. Vroom, Wing Ad- (Venetia Manor). EV 4-2076
'aviation third step to assistant assistance. ministrative Officer, who had quest, without use of a requisi- Lcdr. Webb.

production controlman met a 1- Sunday, June 15, an Open done the major groundwork on tion.This 3-Bdrm. Home. GI loan. See
smith aviation second step; Dor- House honoring Father's Day the program, stated its objec- procedure is expected to anytime. 7317 Ortega Hills Dr.

othy Shaughnessy, aircraft fabric will be held at the Lounge, tives are to achieve maximum eliminate waiting periods for required EV 8-5230. DeMent.
worker third step to upholsterer Building 593. Refreshmentswill economy in administrative and forms and reduce pre- Miscellaneous
Richard Smith, aircraft metal be served, and all the operational procedures through paration and handling of requisitions Wanted: Ride from 105th St.
fabricator third step to heat lounge facilities will be open. elimination of unnecessary paperwork I for this material by & Blanding Blvd. to Bldg. 613
treater aviation first step; Henry including printed and I an estimated 90%. (NATTC). Hrs. 0715-1515. Ext.-
Walthall, aircraft mechanic gen- duplicated forms.A I Technical assistance was givenin 8239 Mrs. Miner.NARTU .
eral third to assistant
step pro- DependentsContinued STUDY of all forms used by establishment of this pro-
duction controlman aircraft me- the command is being made for gram by Emmett Glasgow of the 'Boots'Continued
chanic general second step; Wes- ( on Page 1))
the purpose of consolidating all 6ND Branch Publications and
ley Wilson, production dispatcher ly to improve appearance or for like forms and elimination of Printing Office of NAS Jax. ( on Page 1))
third step to aircraft mechanic psychological reasons; or the re-
duplicates.In Lt. R. T. Westman, of Re-
m p tor second st>D, Louise moval of warts, moles, cysts or VF-741 is
serve squadron serv-
recent of forms
Worley, aircraft fabric worker scars purely to improve looks. a survey Dwelle ElectricianB
used by maintenance depart- Tops ing as officer-in-charge of the
TREATMENT of childrenwith
third
to o
step upholsterer first
ments within the command, and School Grad Class group. Other "Weekend War-
cerebral child
step; Thomas Butler, tabulating palsy, guid-
include Chief
riors" instructing :
machine operator S-1 to tabulat- ance therapy or therapy for the like commands in the area, 95 Dale Dwelle, AE1, of James- petty officers R. E. 'McDonald,

ing machine operator S-3, and after effects of polio, psychological printed and duplicated forms town, N. D., gained top honorsin M. S. Tucker Jr., E. T. Tucker
reduced to five.A .
James Fitzgerald, aircraft assembler testing and speech or hearing were last week's graduation at the and H. W. Keith.
third step to assistant correction. majority of those remainingin Aviation Electrician's Mate
production controlman machinist The application of a cast use are designated Sixth School Class B at NATTCenter.
first step.Advanced when hospitalization is not neces- Naval District General Forms BC-BS Payments Due

at Public Works sary for such skeletal defects as and are placed in the supply Blue Cross-Blue Shield pre-
were John Luplow, helper refrigeration club foot or hip disclocation from system. These forms are avail- mium payments for the monthof
and air conditioning birth. able to activities at no cost to WEEKEND 'TIDE June will be due on June 16

mechanic third step to refrigeration Correctible defects of the cen- operating funds.ADDITIONAL. HIGH LOW & 17. Holders of new contractsare
and air conditioning mechanic tral nervous system or skeletal feature is the reminded that the first pay-
A.M. P.M. A.M P.M
third step; Albert Cook, defects with which a child is establishment of a ready issue ment is due during this collec-
laborer heavy third step to asphalt born may receive attention i stockroom at FAW-11 for all Fri. 4:44: 5:19: 10:54: 11:38: tion period.
or cement worker first through Medicare when indicatedfor heavy usage forms. These are Sat. 5:32: 6:03: 11:36- Payments must be made by
step; Wilma Kane, clerktypistGS2 functional improvement and procured in bulk and issued to Sun. 6:19: 6:46: 12:21: 12:18: check or money order as cash
to clerk-typist GS-3; and when prescribed treatment requires units of th& command, on re- payments will not be accepted.

William Simcoke 1 supervisory the patient to be hospitalized .... _
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equipment specialist automotive Gen. Robinson said. :. :.:. .. ; :: :t: ; :r :
GS-7 to inspector automotive repair ALSO INITIAL surgery for .:.:. :}:[.:::;;;: ...
second step. hare lip, cleft palate, and crossed :: '' ."'",..::':.:...'
Promoted in Supply Depart- eyes is permissible when func- .. ,., :.
ment was Virginia Shaw, super- tion of the mouth, nose or eyes ..
visory stock control clerk GS5to may then be improved.Care r'':::.:

supervisory stock control assistant authorized for depend-
GS-7. ents from civilian sources is very x '
Advanced in Miscellaneouswere specific under the law, Gen. Ro- s' ;'

Lawrence Green, Jr., radio binson said, adding that this information LY., ti
mechanic third step, Communi? has been made avail-
cations Department, to electronics able to all physicians and hospi- *

mechanic third step, Com- tals participating in the Medicare 'tj :.
I' :
munications Department; James program. i\\ ; ; 4

Thomson, supervisory auditor Military families, for their own # ,'
GS-13 Navy Area Audit office to protection and to avoid undue I
supervisory auditor GS-14 Navy expense, should make certain $
Area Audit office; Enos Harn- that any medical services sought
den, supervisory .auditor GS-12 from civilian physicians or hos-
Navy Area Audit office to super- pitals come within the provisionsof
visory auditor GS-13 Navy Area the Medicare law, Gen. Robinson -
Audit office. said. (AFPS).

Ruth Brooks, clerk-typist GS3 I i

IRD, to appointment clerk typ- The breathless commuter '' ".ffi>".:." T. .It ...",... .... ..,ylt.I.. .... ._..:....>.w.-.M.. M..' 'ill H..V.... ,........>>.w. aiR":K i
ing GS-4, IRD; Alvin Cone, rushed up to the ticket window FIRST AFTER JUNE FIRST Lcdr. John Freeman, Enlisted Military Personnel Officer at
equipment specialist general GS- and sputtered, "Give me a round- NATTCenter, congratulates the quartet of men who had just re-upped. When the military pay
7 Supply Dept., to assistant pro- trip ticket, quick." raise bill was passed, officials expressed feelings that number of men choosing a military career
would increase greatly. This is the first lo reenlist in this since bill
duction controlman metalsmith "Where to?" asked the clerk. group area pay passage.
Left to right are Lorin Sparks HM3 Thomas McDermott, AOl Charles Richards, HM3 Alonxo
aviation first step, O & R. "Why back here, of course." Custer. TDC, and Lcdr. Freeman.Page .




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