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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 9, 1959
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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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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Announced In Navy's 'Finest Choiv' ContestIn

.,
a keenly contested race to
win the Navy's most coveted ncrs for ashore and afloat messes' Altogether, 40 Navy ashore and by the Executive Stewards and named for the late Capt. EdwardF.

in the 1959 All-Navy Ney Mem- afloat messes were nominated for Caterers Association, a fraternal, Ney, WWII Director of Sub-
culinary crown Naval CommunI- orial Awards competition. I their superior food facilities. Win- non-profit organization comprising sistence Division of Bureau of

cations Facility, Kami Seya Japan RUNNER-UP in afloat category! ners were selected from six finalists executives in the fields of Supplies and Accounts.The .

and the attack transport Paul went to guided missile ship Nor- by an on-the-spot evalua- food procurement preparation panel of judges, including

Revere (APA-248), copped top ton Sound (AVM-1) of the Pacific tion of food preparation, serving management and service. Executive Stewards and Caterers
president Phillip Connelly, trav-
honors. Fleet Air Force. In shore classification sanitation and management. THE COMPETITION, estab- eled more than 14,000 miles to

NAVCOMFAC Kami Seya and second place was cap- AS WAS the case last year, the lished In 1958 by Secretary of the evaluate the 40 messes under

Paul Revere were Judged win- tured by NAS New Orleans, La. 1959 Ney Awards were sponsored Navy Thomas S. Gates Jr., is consideration.nfitifs.



NATTCenter --


, Retail Store .JfI



Sees GrowthLike
IIII iii ilniiviiui

the Phoenix, the bird
Vol. 17 No. 18 U.S.N.A.S. Jacksonville Florida 9 July 1959
that rises from its own ashes,, I I

the NATTCenter Ex- .' M,' '"' "
Navy '

change, now located in Build- :; ; ,
: a
'''
Jga "" ""..,.. ,, Navy College TrainingPrograms
ing 590 has completely re- } ,xoabh; I

generated itself. ...;,: .......
All services formerly offeredare J To CombineThe

how back in operation including ,,,*,,, i
the barber shop laundry :: '
cobbler and photo and watch repair 1 Navy has combined its two enlisted college training

facilities.The 1 programs into one under the name of the existing successful

', 7} tfESEP Naw Enlisted Scientific Education Program. Navy-
former Exchange building Times reports.
went up in flames June 11 in the Students attending college on The merger, recommended by

worst fire. ever to hit the Sta- the now defunct Navy Enlisted the LDO-WO-E9 study released
last week is the result of increasIng -
Advanced School Program which
tion.The demand for qualified
person-
Exchange has restocked its originally 'called for two years
d nel in the scientific and engineering -
merchandise and now offers almost will complete four years of
fields.
the same variety that was schooling now.
The new NESEP college program -
available for purchase before the AFTER graduation personnelwill
leading to BS degree
a ,
holocaust.It be sent to Officer Candidate
will be divided into two cate-
School and receive commissionsas
is open for business from V ensigns. gories: Course A, designed to
1000 to 1730 weekdays and 0900to produce systems engineers under

1200 Saturdays. the NEASP program at Purdue

NEW SKIPPER University and the U. of Washington -
NATTCenter patrons should .- .., _. ...- .... ...
and course B, a slmiliar
support the new Exchange so it COOL, MAN AclCorpl. John Col. admires the cool com- HERE JULY 20 curriculum now given to NESEP
can continue to grow and im- fort of ActGySgt. Frank. Stroup In his new short-sleeved shirt
prove. official for the_firs. time this summer. The Marine Corps has Capt. James R. Reedy, students attending f o u r-y ear
authorised the new short sleeves fox use between'April IS and named to succeed Capt. El- courses at 20 colleges and univer
October 10 as permitted by Individual( commands. The abbrevi- liott W. Parish Jr. as com- I sities. .
ated sleeves seen'-at NATTCenter not Corp Issue but may UNDER THE merged I
Shore Survey be worn by MAD members until the others, come out. The Marine manding officer of NAS Jax pro-
Barracks and Marine Air Reserve, however, have NOT will assume command on July grams, open to both enlisted men
Burden Seen okayed short sleeves until the shirts are available through supply 20, it was announced today.A and women, the age limit has
channels. been reduced from 30 to 25
_._ ._ native of Cleveland O.. years-
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EasedA Capt. Reedy was skipper ol by July 1 of the year selected.

Being HEALTH INSURANCE OK the carrier USS Lexington before As before NESEP candidateswill

revised system of inspectionsfor being assigned as NAS receive nine weeks preliminary -

shore establishments that will commanding officer. He grad- training at Naval Preparatory
coordinate all surveys into one GIVEN BY HILL GROUPThe Jated from the Naval Academyin School, Bainbridge Md., or the
Service School Command, San
peribd of time has been announ- Senate Civil Service Committee has approved a bill 1933.
ced by the Navy. to set up a volunteer health insurance program for govern He is well known in this Diego Earlier Calif.their r
year 102 candi- I
area, having served as Commander -
and their families.The
Rear Admiral J. W. Ailes III. ment employees Heavy Altaic Wing dates were selected for the two-
program estimated to cost
Naval Inspector was directed by million would be supplemental and major health One NAS Sanford Fla. After year NEASP program and 132 for
SecNav and CNO to inauguratethe $304 a year, insurance. leaving Sanford in July 1958 the four-year NESEP program.
to members of the legislative -
open
new system July 1. judicial and executive 5. Maximum bi-weekly premium he became the first man to fly These selectees are now attending -

Primary aim of the new planis branches of the' government. cost to employees (deducted his own aircraft onto the ship prep school.STUDENTS .

to reduce the burden on shore UNDER THE program whichif automatically from salaries) that: was to be his command. selected for the
the USS Lexington. NEASP program will now attend
establishments and shorebasedFleet finally approved would become (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 1)) (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 3))
activities by the visits of effective July 1, 1960 half of,the

numerous survey parties. cost of major and basic medical 1

This will be attained by eli- and, hospital expenses would be
mination of duplication and over- borne by the government and .fp. f

lapping of inspections and sur- half, ,would be contributed by !

veys. employees.Here .
are highlights of'the bill: i ir
'The basic plan calls for
one
1. Cost would be about $304 iti
a during a period of f}
survey year
million a year of which the gov- 1
f.
one month for,all major activitiesin !
ernment will pay $152 million.
a Naval District or geographical -
Government and employees split
area. premium costs on a 50-50 basis.
Shore commands will concen- 2. Employees would have a err Y .rW.a' .

trate on primary missions and choice of four major types of

functions during the remaining, plans a service benefit plan

11 months. such as offered by Blue Cross-
}> y
.. Blue Shield; indemnity benefit i
plan such as offered by insurance '

POLIO INSURANCE companies; group practice pre ) 1-
GROUP NOTICE payment plans where available;

Civilian employees interestedin and employee organization plans

sponsored by government em- .
obtaining renewals or new contracts in the Polio Insur- ployee unions. exXh
3. CIVIL SERVICE Commission
-
ance Group are reminded that I ,
is authorized to enter into -?}: %; ::f > q S '';' } .f:5.4:6'Jr.
applications must be in by .
close of business tomorrow, agreements with various health >: ..;.li-6 r.r.r rL467:%% : :f..yy : % ;,iMr; w. iHlr.v: r .;T....$,.,..1.,..<. ......",...,
and insurance groups for various "SAVAGES" LEAVE FOR AZORES Two
July 10. AJ2-P "Savages" from 'VAP-62 left here last
Applications must be accom- plans with the minimum stand week for a mission In tho Azores Islands. The detachment is being led by Lcdr. Hector Cyr. Aground i
in the which left here earlier met In the AzorN./
check ards set bill. support group was upon the crews' arrival
panied by a or money 4. Employees and their families While not a "good liberty port," the Azores are a good Jumping off spot for excursions to Europe.!
order payable to Pacific Mutual would be Shown gelling ready to depart for the mission are, left to right J. H. Allred. ATR3i Comdr. C. W
Life ,Insurance: ,Co. covered by the basic Holllnshead: squadron commanding officer Lcdr. "Scolly" Jenkins, assistant olilcer-ln-charge
health insurance as well as by fig( ) Ken Froehlich. and J. C. Walsh, AMI. $mdr. Holllnshead was there to see the group olL.Winners .





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JAX AIR NEWS 9 July 1959


-- NEW BCBSPREMIUM Forty-Four Receive


DUEBlue 'Benny Sugg9 ChecksFortyfour '

NAZI 3u.svW.s
Cross-Blue Shield
Capt. Graytton H. Weber .. .... .. ... .. .. Acting Commanding Officer pre-
NAB Six; !lest Ate JadkxmTllte miums for the Station's group civilian employees of NAS Jax Overhaul and
Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig __ .._........,........_....... ............?,................ ...... Commander received Beneficial Suggestion Awards
Capt Gcorei R. Luker _.........._...... .......... ...;..... Chief of Staff. falrJax will be collected next Monday Repair Department
?? ?
Capt Uacpbtraon Williams .................................... ........M.........., Chief of Staff NAB Six recently, amounting to over a.thousand dollars.
fleet Ait D. and
Wing TM Tuesday.
Capt. Robert M. Mtlner ....,................................................M........._...._............ Commander Awards were presented sep- and Lee $31.30.
Capt Charles L. Lambing ...............................................???.........._._ Chief Staff Officer Contracts and identificationcards arately'' in various O&R depart- McCurry,
H.Tal Ate Tachnlaml Training Center RECEIVING between 20 and 30
for subscribers as Thursday by Capt.
Conor. WOnt Fl.mau Commanding Officer new ments last
Comdr. Marion K. Smith ............ .a.nllIoQIJaI.................................._...................... Executive Officer well as the 11 dollar per day Thomas B. Haley, O&R Officer. dollars were Bill Conner, Robert \

Capt Alton C. Abernathy ...........?...-..........................._.........._ Commanding Officer HIGHEST awards went to Thorn Anthony Dallavia, David
Capt John O. r.der ?.._.... ........_. ............._............................._.. lttiys OfflOOT room allowance rider, have Anthony Fra- Rodgers and William, Voltz, $25.
Frank Donaroma,
Capt. F. H. Holt ......?.............................XABTU......_.............._................. .Commanding' Officer been delivered to the various gale and Carson Wilcox, who each; Raymond Howe, $24.60;
Cwndr. William 1L. Hardy ...-.M..M..M.._? ZxeeutlT officer departments for distribution. received 50 dollars each. Josef and Barney Rhoden, Francis Sil-

Subscribers are r e m i nd e d Blanc and Walter Tarr were ver and Arthur Ferguson, $20.
Printed with
cotMnercUQjr MM-apprepUt4 fund la leeboDTtDe Florida"
at no expense to the government and fa w.pUaac! T WlUIi NAVU08 r-.s that the increased premium runners-up, receiving 45 dollars each.
K.v. July IN*. Dtotrllml free of" cbarM to military and etTWut personnel
at Fleet AIr Jackaonrtllt. Naval Air IfaUon. Naval AIr Technical Training payments will be effective for each. Those awarded from 10 to 20
Cam& Air waq II Naval AIr Reserve Training van and the \1. II; Other recipients were William dollars were Lee Robertson and
this collection.
.anlActin, Service Information Officer .?.........., Comdr Jack Hall McMillan, $43.70 and Larry Mc- Charles Ryals, $18.60 each; Lloyd
Aaatetaat Service Information Officer ?..,.......?.... Andrew H. Planer If in doubt as to the amount Donald and Francis McGurn, $40. Fleming and William Hubbard,
Gene Editor-Cordon Hagan. JOSA.Robbie Staff;Photo Staff Reporter-apba-JOIIepb-Alba OTMenTPlSr; Davis AN: due, check the invoice in your each. $17.50, each; Francis Silver, two

Ta Jax AIr MOTH la a member of tte Armed Tor*.. Press Berrloe. department. All payments must Also, Sammy DeBorde, $39.60 checks amounting to $15. each;

.=Material.PbotOP appearing raps In tans this otherwise publication mot can*be are reprinted, official pruYld1nr V. L Navy credit PDao Y; be made by check or money and $30.; Jerome Becker, Charles James Barnes, Larry Massey, El-
Carse and Joseph Laffey, $35. more Meetze and Joseph O'Con-
...IIdItcII1aJ.... egDees located bI Boom fOi. Main Administratios Bathing. .Phone order. nel $12.50 each and A. B. Clifton -
MIl tilt is4 ITI set DI. each; Solomon Wood, Jr., $32.50; ;

Wallace Dickson, B. C. Di-
.
a yaY e', .n: a.xyFlc.ti. x avm: :iaax.M i ek kakm r +kgg :aa. y t
franza, Richard Harnois, John
BREEZESAnnual I Walsh and Richard Wilford, $10

vacations are starting each.

up again. Last year, a tabulationcame Checks amounting to five dol-
up with these figures: lars went to Jack Carney, W G.

Number of employees returninglate DeMartines, Edward McCrearyand
15. Reasons James Sneed.AWARDED .
: for returninglate
: poison ivy, 2; sunburnt, 4; the same day were
missed train connections, 2; lost four Safety Awards, presentedby

tickets, 1; lost children, 1; sick Capt. Haley to George Arnold
relatives, 1; wife needed extra three years; Byron Bradshaw,

rest, 1; he needed the extra rest, seven years; John Graves, five
1; didn't realize the next day was years, and Albert Hofmeister,
.
.. .
Monday, 2. ::; seven years.

Those leaving late on their i s : ,, F+rF, t r ....<1:: ...::f.;, .::::: ::I Also to be presented this monthare
four other Safety Awards.
vacations were also carefully ta-
bulated. Number leaving late 0. ..: ;,':;::: 1i. Presentation will be made July
-Wan St. Journal <:F.r.f.frF.Mr.r':}'.,; : ..w:....... 23. Safety prevention awards will

.. is : go to Ray Lindsay, five years;
Tourist in Yellowstone Park: .ii.K 1',:..}:.Y: t'' di r ? ': sl:3: William Purcell, four years; and

"My, those Indian warriors have k.., y itl: ;: James Fleming and William My- ?

a blood-curdling yell" ..._. r.'ff $ Y >. rick, 13 years each.
iAa 1gl'f f ?'' 4Yx 4;$s "" hyi } ; : All non-consecutive yearavjNew
were
Guide: "Yes, ma'm, and they've w.Yi' i.g rr:: }kv tE's r "frsr f+i< 4 \

been yelling better ever since we _..}.'.:... ..M' row..axw_'OdT of"'..mm"}':'t.' }. V.M_. .._ yoY.m.v., _.".v>>>;'",W>WN.".".,.,'.".....,.,.<< ;'" _<..>"WN.. \..'..om":,:d."...:..<,<....".,.......;..,.:,.i:<<<:.;<;:o>>:.... .
hired those college cheerleadersto Jet Trainer i
195 DOLLARS That's the amount of money Capt. Thomas
teach them." B. Haley, (center) NAS Jax Overhaul and Repair Officer', is
e giving four employees for beneficial suggestions. Left to rightare Backward Named'Buckeye'

Lady: "I want to buy an elec- Walter Tarr and Carson Wilcox of Plant Division Capt. The Navy's new jet trainer, the
Haley, and Anthony Fragale and Frank Donaroma, both of
tric train but I want something Metals Division While Tarr received 45 dollars, the others got GlancesBits T2J, has officially been named
more elaborate than these you 50 dollars each. The four were among 44 getting "Benny Sugg" the "Buckeye."

have on display." checks last week.Insurance. of particles from dusty A "naming the plane" contestwas
Department Store Clerk: "Try held at NABTC Pensacola
.
the Second Childhood Dept. on Under WaiverIs pages of the Jax Air News. I where the T2J will soon be used.
May 8, 1949
the third floor." I Ensign Gordon Prickett, a flight

Cause; For ConfusionSome A new Associated Volunteer student at Whiting Field, was
Customer: "I'll have a martini Aviation Unit was installed in a contest winner.

with'24 parts gin and'one part confusion still exists in military circles on the colorful ceremony at NARTUJax. The name honors the state of

vermouth." subject of term insurance with premiums under waiver.The Ohio, popularly called the Buck-
Bartender: "Yes, sir. Like a local Career Appraisal' eye State, The new trainer was
alice of lemon peel twisted in it?" Team is seeking to clarify the case of term insurance with pre- This is the third unit of built there.

Customer: "I/ I want a lemonade situation and suggests that all miums under waiver, the registration "Weekend Warriors" installed

I'll ask for it." persons concerned check the status of an allotment for paymentof here, training 1,000 reserves reg-

of their insurance.A premiums will constitute a ularly. Lcdr. Frederick Mohle is
Mrs. Van Reginald: "From STATEMENT, contained in request for cancellation of the
seven to eight, you are to stand NAVPERS 15885-A: "Rights and waiver of premiums." commanding officer.

at the ballroom entrance and call Benefit of Navymen and Their ACCORDING to the Veterans

the guests' names as they arrive." Dependents" has apparently been Administration, anyone having New Deep Sea Divers'Depth ,

New Maid: "That will be great misconstrued by many people.It insurance with premiums under Gauge Adopted
fun. I know a couple of lulus!" declares, "However in the waiver, and who desires to resume -
AFPS A
Washington ( ) new
_._ premium payments, must I
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wrist watch-style luminous depth

Palm Of Hand Is Key To Chief's register amount of an the allotment required premiumand in the gauge for deep sea divers has
II been adopted by the Navy. !
also submit a request to the I
Device To Warn Tired MotoristA VA for cancellation of the waiver. Users have been cautioned,
though, that the gauge contains
Navy CPO at NARTU come dry with his fatigue, "radioactive material" and dangerto

Anacostia, Md., has applied their resistance registers high In the request for cancellationof the wearer could result if the
for a patent on a device which in the electrical circuit, whichis waiver, the serviceman must sealed luminous dial assemblywere
would warn a motorist when attached to a warning light also indicate effective date of the
broken.
he became fatigued and on the steering column. With allotment.If .
drowsy. the resistance high, the light your insurance is still under The gauge is designed so its LETS GO FOR A SPI

Donald Sheer's invention flashes and if there is no response waiver and anything should hap- functions will not be impairedby TONIGHT . SHOULD
works the principle that by the sleepy driver a vibration, impact, underwaterblast
on pen to you, your survivors would BEA FULL EARTH
the palms of the hands become warning buzzer is sounded. come under the old VA Compen- and hydrostatic pressure,

dry when a person becomes If the driver responds, how- sation rather than the, Depend- within limits. What They're Saying

tired and sleepy. When the ever, he will squeeze the ency and Indemnity Compensation -
palms become dry their elec- wheel rim and by doing so he Act. MDBS Payments Due "We have every cause for con
will create moisture in his fidence in our own deterrent military
trical resistance become high.
For further information, phone Mutual Death Benefit Society
Army
resources our great ,
This principle was aonlied hands and the resulting'resistance -
8469. members are reminded that two Navy, Marine Corps, and Air
will lower and shut the
by Sheers with the installa- off.Sheers .' assessments Nos. 118 and 119,. are Force-plus the armed forces of
tion of metal electrodes on the circuit estimates the device Professor: "List three of the now due and payable.The more than forty allied nations I

steering wheel of his automo- would cost 100 dollars to install greatest teachers of all tme"DAverage ten-day payment period who stand shoulder-to-shoulder
builtin Student: "Beg par- will end July 15. Positively no with us in defense of the Free
as a mass-produced, -
bile.When don, sir, but how do you spell payments can be accepted after World." -Wllbtr M. Brucktr
be- I
a driver's palm accessory.
your name?" I this closing date. Secretary of the Army.I .
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i 9 July 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Page :3

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: Huge Ordnance Facility Nearing Completion I

t

t ]. On Site Of Famous Yellow Water RangeConstruction


is to be about
expected completed September -
.Mii::::: each week, and 140 vehicles -
:, 15 on what will probably be the southeast's largest ord- gunners
were hauling supplies, am-
I I \ ; :" nance magazine, the Naval Ordnance Facility at Yellow munition and students over 13
l Water, (due for commissioning December 1.
miles of paved roadways.
r"fi" About 300 officers and men will
I > \ will require. A veteran of 24 Long before end of the war, 66
: be needed to man the 8600 acres I
1 \ f ;" .' ....f .. that will house some 36 buildings, years service, Lcdr. Fedorowicz buildings and a faculty of 40 instructors -

'> : ':';" ;f1; ....'.;. including an air conditioned bar- served various commands before had displaced many of
I" ':, %.' ,: ::1;::' racks and galley, a helicopterport being transferred here from Nav- the alligators, wild pigs and

\*, ; <;: ; : and weapons processing facility al Weapons Section, Yorktown, snakes that roamed freely
Va. through the creeks and swamp
t, as well as high explosive
I ...:'* 'J,, .,. If magazines. Presently with Shore Establish- lands.
'.' : :. > ment Section of BuOrdnance, I After reclaiming the 13 exist-
a :[ : > WITH THE mission to supportthe Comdr. H. E. Jennings will arrive ling miles of pavement from the

i > ships at Mayport with tech- here August 1 to assume com- wilderness, six miles of additional -

j' nical ordnance, the Yellow Wa- mand. Remainder of the officers roadway have been constructed

I' f ter site was chosen primarily to and enlisted personnel are ex- at the depot, plus a new sewage -

.. >!' I.N permit auxiliary use of existing pected to report by October 10. disposal plant and an art-
maintenance.. training facili- Establishment of the Yellow esian well water system.
.r ties at Cecil Field, according to Water facility, which takes its According to Lcdr. Fedorowicz,

LONELY WELCOME Lcdr. Vladimir Ftdcrowicx, (left) Lcdr. Vladimir Fedorowicz, exe- name from the creek that flows the new facility, which 18 monthsago
first to arrive at tile of the Naval Ordnance Facility at Yellow cutive officer. through a marshy area of the was authorized at the cost of

Water, reporting there April 17, has finally welcomed his fint The first to arrive, on April reservation, follows by some 12 $4,600,000, and its personnel are
crew member. Jerry Felts, SKI, admits to having been "all 17, the new "exec" is still con- years the closing of the world's charged with off-loading weaponsand
around errand boy" for awhile, after arriving aboard. The Ord.
ammunition truck and
cerned with lining equipment largest Naval Aerial Gunnery by
,
nance facility now has seven officers and men to join in the up
business of getting the place squared away. supplies and services the facility School on the same land. rail head, ,and then the storage,

..-I:$:... ,.....,. ..."'>"" .. ..."..,,...n.v.rwr.. .w..,... I Shortly after start of WWII, guarding and re-issuing of the
some 14 square miles of woods ,ordnance.
i
Pre-enrollment t/ and swamp land were cleared for

development of the school at an
Planned For ;: initial cost of $2,000,000.

S' Without barracks, messing i

Bible SchoolThe ,,.: .' "' '. quarters, and only the most pri-
"
.
,.
.
4
: .
.. ,. .'. mitive of 'sanitary facilities, 39 ri
.
Vacation Bible School of ::
students trudged through the
All Saints' Protestant Chapel, !> :\ mud to unfinished buildings bare :; ? $

which meets July 13-24, announces of furniture and supplies to be ,

plans for pre-enrollment tom- taught by a handful of instruc-
orrow (Friday). tors with rudimentry equipment. > >

Times for enrollment tomorrow Within a year, the school was
will be between 1300 .and 1700at graduating hundreds of aerial .
f.r
the Protestant Activity and #

Sunday School Building (722.) Sperry Seledted To Head 1 L S

The school plans to' open each Polaris Sub NavigationSperry .
a day of the two week session witha Gyroscope Co. recently for Bent
t t brief, .warship program in the I was' named navigation systems Turn hse., Ig rms. $40 per mo.,
chapel at 0830, Classroom meet- manager by the Navy for its 349 Woodlawn Ave. EV 74517.3rm .
ings in Building 722 will fo ow. new, second generation, 608- turn apt priv bath. $00

Bible study, singing, recreation class Polaris submarines.The per mo. incl elec. 2037 HerscheJ

and refreshment periods, along contract allow Sperry to St., EV 3-8 2.after 1830.

with handicraft and workbook design, draw up specifications, 2-Bdrm, unfurn apt. elec kit.

sessions, will comprise the integrate, deliver, install and to< automatic oil heater, $95 per mo.
school's curriculum.Bus COOL COMFORT FOR MEN One hundred Marines and purchase Polaris navigational (Ortega Hills) EL 4-6646.
the MOT'number of sailors will share newly.built barracks in
transportation to and from air-conditioned paclpu .M when Yellow Water receives a full equipment for other contractors 6-rm bungalow excell. cond.
complement of men. Cubicles accomodating four men each and This marks industry's firs t $95 per mo. 3555 Randall Street.
the daily sessions will be provided two recreation room per floor are features of the modern living navigational systems managership Furn apt. elec kit. tije b'ath.:)
residents of Dewey Park. quarters,' shown above. Men will eat in equally modern mess (Lake Shore 5039 Palmer Ave.
hall, next door. awarded by the Navy. (AFPS).
EV 9-0540. .
Buses will make the outer
For Sale
drive around the entire area .S f
Gl Policyholders 3-Bdrm, 2 bath hse. Equity
picking up students at "Stop" $1100 and FHA loan; $77 per mo.

signs on Ellyson, Riley, Norman Issued Tips By Will take 2nd mort. 5522 NordeDr.

and 120th streets. First stop will SP 13847.

be 'at, 0830 with a return run at Local VA OfficeWays .7 4; 3-Bdrm hse, 1% bath, central
heat, FHA loan, $78 per mo. low
1130.
equity. 1713 LeBois Dr. EV
Persons desiring to assist in the for some GI insurance 9-5979. I
to save time and
policyholders
school may contact Mrs. Anne 3Bdrm hse, 2 bath, Florida ran,
in making premium pay-
Davison at EV 8-4012, or Chap- ments money and at the same time f ::4. R 4 rv F % patio. 7332 Coral Sea Rd. (Ortega

lain D. C. Alexander at extension ; Hills.) .
avoid the chance of a lapsed ;
2-Bdrm hse, corner lot, sep diD
8479. policy were suggested today by 4S44zx rm, patio $900 down, $82 mo or
the Veterans Administration.
$4500; Equity in GI mtg. & 59 mo.
Veterans who draw VA com-' EV

Divine pensation are urged to have their 85239.Riders Wanted

premiums taken' out of their Hours 0800-1630 Murray Hill

Services compensation payments.This to NAS and points between pro*
procedure saves the vete- far all women. EV 9-8178 after

12IAIJmr ran the time and expense of 1700.
Sunday, July ,
drawing a check or money order
ALL CHAPEL and mailing it to a VA district Win
0830 -Service! of Wo hlp. office, B. J. Gannon, omcerin Army ? Inters rvjcq
0930 Sunday School! three- Phoogflphy
charge of the Jacksonville VA compote
year-olds> through adults Building The eighth 1 Interseryic 'Phoq.; .
722; Service of Divine! Worship office, points out. t y'ti #1 graph/ Contest, posted this year C

Chaplain Beatty. Veterans drawing retirementpay by the Marines} ended with, tho'f'
1100 Service of Worship. are urged to have the branch( tita4. Army winning Ute competition

1830 Teen-Age Fellowship, of the service with which they a system of' points. 'h .

Small Chapel; Senior HI Fellow are connected make out an allot- Highest Nayyman to place wpa/i.
ship. Building 722. : Comdr. Edward Scully of Bup; ment from their to
1930 United Fellowship of pay cover who won an award for best :Po 4
j
their GI insurance premium pay- rait in the color \
Protestants, Building 722. ______ __._.____ __ .n.%. category.. ,/\
ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL ment. I, .1
IN WORLD WAR II DAYS The land to be occupied by I r
0830 and 1100 Sunday Mass. This, too, saves the veteran the' the new Naval Ordnance Facility at nearby Yellow Water wasa Jan: "I fell over twentylast
ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL time and expense of making his huge Naval gunnery school in WWII days with hundreds of night. r
aerial gunners graduating each week from its rugged curriculum Nan: "Heavens! Were yo
Naval Hospital payment direct to the VA, and during the school's hey-day. Above is a scene taken in 1943 ly. hurt?"
insures him of showing row of "bucket seat" machine guns manned by students
0630 Sunday Mass. against a lapse Jan: "No, I was just
served
from Annapolis. Experienced battle veterans as Instructors. -
0930 Protestant Service. his insurance. get a seat in the movies.i .



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4 JAX AIR NEWS 9 July 1959

'0 For Two Weeks J1
Civilian Job
"
.1

> ear Service Teamowing ." .."'1 VacaflciesAnnounced

II

Modern Way

A number of civilian job vacancies -

F/ With a spirit of good humor spiced with a soupcon of at NAS Jax have been

P j I horseplay, the four-man Steward's Instruction and Demonstration announced by Industrial Rela-

t Team from Mess Administrator's School at Patuxent tions.

River,,", Md..., has_ .been. holding. forth at the NAS Jax Senior Position of Stock Control Clerk,
1'Jj1.l ---
ior me past nine aays. GS-4, exists at Supply Depart- ,
Three stewards, hand-picked THE TEAM'S stewards were ment.. Salary of $3755 to $4325

by BuPers, and Lt (Jg) Norm selected for their long years of per annum. Two vacancies exist

Newcomb have been followingthe experience and efficiency. The O & R Department has need
moves of BOQ stewards withan chief, S. B. Bennett, spent six of for a Statisitcal Clerk (Typing)
toward his 16 years in the service as an
eye streamlining meth- GS-4, for Production Planning
ods and services, a procedure instructor, and is a collegetrained Group of it's Material Division.

they have used at the nine other dietitian. 18L Position of Supervisory Com-
Naval stations they have 'visited. There is the intention, accord- F *, < munications Specialist, GS-8, at

WITH THE mission to provide ing to Lt (jg) Newcomb, that $5470-6370 per annum is. vacantin
instruction to improve and stand- eventually stewards can be train- Telephone Division of Com-
ardize closed mess operations,the ed to take complete charge of munications.AN .

expert trio concentrates on the closed mess operations from _'Y..: ..x ,>m",..'<<'. .. <<...., ,., ..:...,."'.... yw..w-, _.......,.,
ENGINEERING Draftsman
areas of food preparation and bookkeeping and purchasing on TABLE SERVICE CHANGES Demonstrating one of
service and room service, as well down, as is the policy at some their suggestions, the 'serving of soup at tables rather than in (General) is needed at O & R's
as technicalities of sanitation anda BOQs. cafeteria fashion, the Navy Stewards Demonstration and Instruction Aeronautical Engineering Group,
Team now visiting the Station gives NAS Jax stewardsa Drafting Branch.
new stock identification sys- Bennett agrees that this policy lesson in technique. Left to right are. Jesus Lopez TN William This is a GS-6 position with
tem. "r means a "chief steward in the Shannon. SD1 instructor: James Johnson, SD3: Reed Harris -
salary of $4490-5390
The procedure is to observe' Navy will learn enough to qualify SDI; and instructors Jesse Owens SDI, and S. B. Bennett, per annum.
stewards at, the installations to as a first rate hotel manager." SDC. Being served is Lt (jg) Norm Newcomb. Applicants for all above posi-
which the team is invited tions should submit Standard
for a
few days, noting techniques : ADDED TO improvements in Safety Vigilance To Bring Form 58 to Industrial Relations
which need improvement. Then service and working conditions, Department no later than close of
with consent of the Mess the team can also recommendnew business this week.
treas-
and modern equipment for Permanent CNO AwardMajor I
urer and manager, the team instructs -
the stewards in the modi- any area of the closed mess op air commands' vigil-
erations. The award will Navy League
fications.In I permanent con-
ance in behalf of safety will
Though sist of CNO citation and
addition difficult to judge long a a'
the team presentsa be rewarded with a new and
ten-day course of study, which range effect of the team's activities permanent Chief of Naval bronze plaque engraved with Initiates Law
they prepared before starting on since this is the first of its Operations Annual Aviation name of the winning organiza-

their country-wide tour, so that kind in the Navy, it is expectedthat Safety Award., tion.EACH Article PrizeThe
local stewards will have the toolsto next year the team will re- Awards will also be made in activity will receive!
further instruct new stewards visit the installations on one-day recognition of the importance of distinctive correspondence mark Navy League of the U.S.
coming on the job. i inspection tours to make a full accident prevention to economy, ing equipment and sufficient has established an award of 500
.. evaluation. morale and combat readiness together award insignia for all assigned dollars to be. made to the Navy

After a ten-day visit to NAS with the significance of personnel for use during the ensuing law specialist who has written

DIAPER Glynco, where they go tomorrow, pride of achievement in mission!. fiscal year. and had published during the.
the team will return to their accomplishment. Awards will be based on the year the best article on Navy

home base at Pax River, go on FULL particulars have been safety point scoring system. Nominating law and seapower.
[)()l''G 'i
leave, and then start off again. on spelled out in OpNav Instruction commands will also take An anonymous donor has made j
their itinerate touring. 3590.5C: of May 20, 1959. into consideration factors influencing the award a possibility for the
The birth of 12 little lassies Major commands for awards the flying hazards face. next two years. It'll be known

and 8 lads has kept the "new He: "May I kiss you?" purposes will be ComNavAirPae, by each activity. as the Navy Lawyer Award. ,

arrivals" department at the Nav- She: 'No, I have scruples." ComNavAirLant, CNATRA and These would include prevailing The article must have been
al Hospital busy 'recently. lies "That's okay, I'm vaccin CNARESTRA. Presentations will weather conditions, terrain and written by ,a Navy law specialist
"Checking in" the first seven ated." be in suitable ceremonies not location and special missions. and have been published during
days of June 20 babies. fiscal
were later than September of each year ending June 1960 ina
Jun. 1 was the birthday for I Doff ynlshuns: Chinese laundry year following the July 1-June 30 periodical of substantial circulation -

Lisa Lugene, to Herman Sledge, ticket-a mark of irony. fiscal year award period. Cecil FieldI
TD3 and Mrs. Sledge, and'Rod- I I Six copies of the entry together

ger Wald, to Rodney Holbrook, Seven Years with written consent of the pub-
BT2 and Mrs. Holbrook.On lisher shall be submitted to the

June 2 the department wel- Navy League anytime after July
comed Cheryl Lynn, to Jack As An NASNaval 1, 1959 and before July 15, 1960.

Wingate, AMH3 and Mrs. Win- Air Station Cecil Field, Entry of a writing in the competition -
gate; Karen Patricia, to Shirley neighboring air station some 1air may be made by the

Waldo, DTI and Mrs. Waldo; and miles to the west, commem- author or by any person desiring
Cynthia Denise, to Priv. and Mrs. orated its seventh anniversary as; to nominate an article.He .

Wendell Thomas. an NAS on July 1..
Two newcomers checked in fc x : "Where should we go tonight '
\ fc foaAarho'.v First commissioned in Feb- '
June 3; Donna.Marie, to Ralph I ?
1943 the installation
: k: ruary, was
Walbert, FN and Mrs. Walbert; .. named after Comdr. Henry Sweetheart: "I don't know. I'm
}:'d} : .vti Cecil, tired movies."
and Cheryl Anne, to Bruce Mil- of
killed in the crash of the dirigible
ler, AA and Mrs. Miller. y< Akron in 1933. He: "So am I. Lets go to a
drive-in .
June 4 was a busy day for the theatre.
stork, with the births of Sharon : :: : During World-War II Cecil

Marie, to Edwin Howard, AN and Field served as a training base, I COAST GUARD
Mrs. Howard; Patricia Ann, to and after the war it underwent a
Alvin Moss, CS1 and Mrs. Moss; period of decommissionings. In RESERVES HERE
Michael Paul, to James Pecora, 1948 it became an operating base The first contingent of some
AD2 and Mrs. Pecora; Rodell for fleet aircraft carrier groups. 800 Coast Guard Reservists

Eric, to Charlie McBride, AMH3 Plans were started In 1950 to Nho 'will take two'week's;summer -
and Mrs. McBride; Susan Mary, make the base into a Master Jet training at NAS Jar: during -

to Eugene Neff, AE3 and Mrs. Base. In June 1952, the installa July and August reported

.Neff;. Brian. Joseph, to Douglas __nnn.n....._____.. tion shed its title as Naval Aux aboard The first the Station Sunday.180 Reservists
Duckett, SN'and' Mrs. Duckett' "RETIRED BUT NOT FORGOTTEN" Says Cap Alton iliary Air Station to NAS Jax from Coast group,Guard 'Districts
and Noel'Joseph to' Noel' Dero- C. Abernethy, (left) Naval Hospital commanding officer, as he and was officially commissioned -
2nd
,
ttin, AM3 and Mrs. Derouin. wishes good luck to Comdr. Ellen DoUoft Chief Nurse at the a full-fledged Air Station. ,. 7th and 8th with
Four deliveries were made Hospital at her retirement ceremonies last week. Comdr Doll- headquarters in St. Louis,
off. Chief Nurse for 10 months. is being relieved by Comdr. Miami, and New Orleans, respectively -
June 5; Donald Everette, to Ma The new Bluejacket had just
Veronica Bulshefski, former Chief Nurse at Naval Hospital will participate in
JOT 'Camp, EN3'' and Mrs. Camp; Guam. arrived home on his 14 day recruit diversified curriculum of a
David Wayne to !Carvin 'Brock, leave, and was discussing practical
AK3 and Mrs. Brock; Donna MoscowThe all' the things he had learned in training.
Jacksonville Story To Play After a four-day course at
the nine weeks
:Zstelle, to Howard Lindsay, past : NATTCenter's ABC Warfare
AMH3 and Mrs. Lindsay; and success story of our fair of a representative American
Proud Father: "And what else School, the group will fire for
Mary Elizabeth, to Wesley city will be shown to Russian city to be shown the Muscovites.
did you learn in recruit training., record at the Camp Blandingrifle
Stearns, AE3, and Mrs. Stearns. citizens this summer when "The It will be seen on ,closed-circuit son?" range land at the NAS
Ann was born toEnsign TV for six weeks beginning July
While Daryl Jacksonville Story" is shown at
Bluejacket: "I learned to say Jax pistol range, and take
and Mrs. John DeFrances- the American National Exhibit in 26. -yes sir',and *no sir,' Dad. seamanship instructions aboarda
Some four six million Russians
June 6 Sgt. and Mrs. Carl to -
co ,
: new 95-foot Coast Guard
Moscow. "
Proud Father "You did?
:
Polk became parents of Carl are expected to view glim cutter.
Wayne Jr. June 7. This will be_ the only movie pses of Jacksonville. Bluejacket: "Yeah."


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9 July JAX AIR NEWS

_

a :, No Reduction In ForceIn



FY ,60 DOD PlansWASHINGTON


With Civiliani (AFPS-Fiscal) 1960 will mark the first

year since the Korean War In which no significant force
(Periodically, the Jax Air News, reductions are planned for the military establishment, the De-

'.in cooperation with Industrial tense ; ;;per chief has told l is being- made in the retentionarea.

Relations Department, lists various Congress. ."
/
promotions Station civilian of Defense
Assistant Secretary Although problems are far
I personnel.) ([Manpower, Personnel & Reserve from solved, the services now
On the roster for the month of ) Charles C. Finucane in can switch emphasis from "mass

June were 11 employees includ- recent testimony before the Send retention of numbers to retention -
six from Overhaul and Re- Committeesaid
ing
ate Appropriations of quality," he said. "We
pair Dept. 'a:**' } the Armed Forces will enter can at last afford to pick and

Promoted at 0 & R were John ji the coming fiscal year with 2,525- choose in order to develop and

Dickey, Helper Aircraft Me- < 000 men, closing the period on keep the right kinds of men and

chanic (Motor) to Aircraft En- I E3 June 30, 1960, with a strength of women ."

gine Assembler; Berry Dodson, _ 2,520,000.THE FIRST HITCH reenlistment
Inspector (Aircraft Assembly) to w: NOMINAL cut of 15OOQwUl
rates in the top mental categories -
Leadingman (Aircraft Mechanic be made in the Air Force have climbed from 21 per
General); Lucious Latimer,War- } while "our planned civilian
30 cent
cent a year ago to per ;
houseman to Stockman; Horace strengths will remain stable," he
the percentage of enlisted men
Luca; Production Dispatcher to N pointed out to the legislators. with over four years service rose

Aircraft Engine Assembler; Volly Projected year-end manpower from 37 cent at the end of

Reynolds Jr., Leadingman Metal- '.'.' .__.....____ ... ..m..m..'. n levels for FY '60 are: Military- Fiscal 57 per to 42 per cent; and
smith (Aviation to Quarterman TOAST TO LITERARY LADY Mrs. lone Nelson NATT- Army, 870,000; Navy, 630,000; overall rates are improving in the
Metalsmith (Aviation), and Harry Center librarian, has been honored by Toastmasters Club MarNa'Y Marine Corps, 175,000; and Air critical technical and combat
Stevens 2280 for her help to members on ideas and references for
Operations Analyst Force, 845,000; total, 2,520,000. skills but still "substanti-
speeches. Here Don Muller, District Governor of District 47, are
(Aircraft Assemblies) to Produc- presents Mrs. Nelson with bound volume of The Toastmasterfor Civilian Defense Department, ally" below desired levels.
tion Methods and Standards Spe- the library and another for her own use as tokens of the 1,756; Army, 408,182; Navy, 361-

cialist, GS-9. Club's appreciation. 032; Air Force, 313,471; total, .

From Public Works Dept. were 1,084,441. A/qv/s/ First

Elmer Osteen, Engineering Great Lakes Greeting Never before in history has
Draftsman (General), GS-6, to the U.S. been required to main- Atom Frigate
Same, GS-7, and McKinley Taylor tain large peacetime levels in

Laborer, to Field Tractor Navy Visit By SeawayWhen the Armed Forces for extended 'Being BuiltThe

Operator.At periods, Mr. Finucane declared.

Supply Dept was Lydia i the heavy cruiser USS Macon led a parade of 28meno'war NOR HE added, has the defense keel of America's first nu-

Suddeth, Stock Control Clerk, into the new St. Lawrence Seaway June 21, it establishment ever been clear-powered guided missile fri-
GS-2, to Same, GS-3. marked inland visit of the ocean-going Navy.
an unprecedent_ "faced with a retention problemof gate, the Bainbridge, has been
Advanced at Miscellaneous The cruise, still in progress, is In command of the Naval task the and magnitude which laid by Bethlehem Steel at

Depts. were ,Mildred Glennan, taking some 8,000 sailors, Ma- force yisiting ports on the Great scope Quincy, Mass.Scheduled .
rines and midshipmen to 24 portson has plagued us since Korea.
Admiral E. B. for Fleet delivery in
Clerk-Typist, GS-3, Security, to Lakes is Rear
the Great Lakes between June force consists of the "As the direct result of recent 1962 the Bainbridge will
The
Taylor. January ,
Supervisory Clerk (Typing), GS- v
and 27.PRESIDENT .
26 July flagship Macon, the 4,800-ton Congressional action, especiallythe have twin surface-to-air Terrier
4, Security, and'Kenneth Davidson Eisenhower join-
frigate Mitscher, 15 destroyers, 1958 Military Pay Bill," Mr missile mounts fore and aft on
Clerk-Typist GS-3 Navy ed England's Queen Elizabeth II
,
four submarines and seven am- Finucane continued "I am pleased the 550-foot ship.
Area Audit. Office, -to Same, GS- and Prince Philip, and Canadian phibious ships.COMPLETION. In' addition( she'll antisubmarine -
.. ,. Prime Minister John Diefenbaker to report that significant progress I carry
in formally dedicating the Sea- I of the Seaway weapons and conven-
'adds miles to the North
1 way June 26. 8,00' tional armament.

CINDY'S HEREEast This climaxed the I biggest ,of American, coastline, more than CALL ISSUED Two other nuclearpoweredsurface
the total Atlantic seaboard.
Coast hurricanes and all joint ,Canadian-U.S.' ventures ships are being built for
-four years of shoving the About 80 per cent of world FOR TEACHERS the Navy, the guided missile
tropical storms, those trouble- mighty St. Lawrence River shipping will be able to enter and
female First through sixth grade cruiser Long Beach and the attack -
some, high-strung around to create a superhighwayfor leave the Lakes by means of: teachers are needed to fill vac- carrier Enterprise.
cauldrons of nature, have a
ships between the Lakes and giant locks almost as easily as ancies at Orange Park Ele-
new list of names this year. enter The Long Beach is to be launched -
world sea ports.Longevity. they Chesapeake Bay. mentary School for the 1959-60
They are-Arlene, Beulah, this year with the Enterprise
In fact, the St. Lawrence Sea-
Cindy, Debra, Edith, Flora, season.
in
hitting the water 1960.
brings Hamburg, Germany, Qualified urgedto
Judith Awards way persons are
Gracie Hannah Irene
,
closer to Cleveland Ohio, thanto contact J. C. Hill, principal The Navy also has six com-
Kristy, Lois, Marsha, Nellie,
Baltimore, Md. of the school at CO 4-4921. missioned nuclear-powered sub-
Orpha, Penny, Quella, Rachel, Presented To 15
Sophie, Tanya, Udele, Vicky, FROM JULY 2-10, the 28 Navy The school is located at marines. Twenty-four other subs

Wilma, Xcel, Yasmin and Zasu. vessels are scheduled to intermit- Stiles 'and Plainfield Ave. are in various stages of construc-
O&R EmployeesLongevity tently visit Chicago for the International in Orange Park.
tion. (AFPS).
... -' Service Awards totaling Fair and Exposition.
t
#
:.. .. '" l..t. 170 years were presented Amphibious operations are
/I; :" i early this week to 15 civilian em- slated in the vicinity of Milwau-

: .1.1. ployees of NAS Jax O&R Depart- kee, Cleveland, Erie, Pa., and
.,
/. ment, it has been announced by Rochester,. N.Y. /
'I.
iv
A;. Jim English, O&R Civilian Ser- I An interesting sidelight of' this <;l? r
vices Superentendent. Navy inland visit is diplomatic. s
{ 'f"' I" Presentation of length of serv- Ever since the War of 1812 when %

:- :& ,; ice pins was made Monday by Capt. Oliver Hazard Perry "took"a 5!
../. Capt. Thomas B. Haley, O&R Of- fleet overland by building shipson
f
-t. ', ficer. the Lake Erie shores to rout

.. ..... Dewey Freeman, of Plant Divi- the British, a U.S.-Canadian ,. ;..

; (' ,.., sion was presented a pin for 20 agreement has barred our warships -
: years of service. from the Great Lakes.

Awarded for 15 years service
""
\ were James Bedenbaugh, of Power Daffynishuns: + 'xsi
f ? Plant Division, Donald Came- Gabriel-Wouldn't do him mush

ron and Clyde O'Bannon, Plant good .to blow his trumpet now

Division, William Ricciardi, Ele- unless he could get a national .
ctronics Division, Clyde Sharpe, hookup. +
Production Engineering Division, Halitosis Better than no : i

and William Starling, Assembly breath at all.
n Jxp Division. Modern Fairy Tale-So they !1MV. ::1Jj:; _

Recipients of 10-year pins were were happily married and lived

Enoch Tison, Power Plant Divi- off their patents.Progressmalting.

sion,. Hiram Van Houtin, Me- bigger and t3,
# chanical Division, and Vernon better circles for us to run around f kvGAyIY

I Buffaloe and Francis Fancher,' in.: ... -- ._ 1- '..' ---.. ,
Repair and Ground Check Divi- Raisins-Grapes that worriedtQo RECITES ADIEUS Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr., formerw +
sion. much and got wrinkles. NAS Jax commanding officer, (above) bade farewell last weekto
Five-year pins went to Martin Scotsman-One who first said"Don't the Navy which he served for the past 30 years. Many civilian -
r and military guests were on hand for impressive retirement
Magee, Finish Branch, and give up the ship.
ceremonies at the Station bandshell. Men and officers under his ,
AQUATIC MAIDENPhotogenic Arthur Ferguson, Marston Jor- Tan-What people go in for so command paraded before him following the ceremonies. TheStation's
Lee Edward models the dan and Paul M1one, Assembly the nicotine on their fingers won't 14th commanding officer, Cap Parish's successor: will
Bikini called -
Miami version of, a Division. show. be Capt. James Reedy"due to arrive July 20.
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:.... )i.' .,....:/lf::!:: .; :. :'. ;..:. :;,.t!' y.tX: ;:: :";}k t..;'..y .'." .. Test Scheduled

x r' ': .,,,. '
r'I', y '
.l ...
For FSO Posts
; X : M. ,.

&. r By State Dept.State .


Department examinations

for Foreign Service Officer ap-

pointments, open to Armed Forces

personnel, wiU be held Dec. 5,

1959, at some 65 centers, in the

? 4k U.S. and overseas.

,. Early announcement of the
.1 exams is being made, the State

Department said, because the De-
.
cember 1958 test was canceled.
qtr# .,
:
Candidates must, be American
citizens at least 21 but under 32

f .
., ,..y'u q lege graduates or seniors in col-

lege 20 years of age, however,

I may apply.
The one-day written test cov-

ers English, general ability and
b.i :.f background. Successful applicants

x 3 subsequently will be given oral

exams at the regional centers.
.
Names of those fully qualifying
< ry 4. Y
nna:c......'''Y' .' 'n...S..........--... ..............+'x asbw .um.-;.;' _.#''ad "OY'.aa.R W..'...+.}'sR3.a-A a4..3.>.atr.to.rboY,..kk'r ""W.._ r ..A.'W.' .-.T.-nn. iFfiio T.Y"'''_.fa _' ... :-? h. .va...........,,+k'....- ...... "..... .................._ academically and physically will
"WE FIXED HER UP AND GOT HER READY" A number of civilian employees and supervisors of HAS Jax Overhaul and be placed on a register for ap-
Repair Department are shown with an R4D-8 aircraft the last of four "Skyirains" renovated by the Department this year for 1959't pointment in the order of exam-
OperatIon. Deepfreeze project at the youth Pole. Finish of this year's work on the R4D-8s marks a total of more than KXMhousand ination scores.
man-hours spent on Deepfreeze planes during five-year history of the program locally. Planes used in winter work at the Pole have salaries
returned here for overhaul each summer since 1955. Starting for Foreign
Service Officers range from $5,225to

LAST OF R4Ds DEPARTS STATION TO ment$5,885 and plus other allowances benfits., retire Newly

appointed FSOs may serve their

first tour of duty either in Wash-
CLOSE lAX PART IN 'DEEPFREE.zE" ington, D.C., or at one of the 286

American Embassies, Legationsor
last of four R4D Sky-
trains considered the work- refinements built into the Sky- Hart, William Cutrette, Felix 'Engineering Division, while Gil- Consulates abroad.

horse ,of Operation Deep- trains by the local O&R shopsare Danforth, Alvin Manson, Joseph bert Chichester was from Pro- Application forms and further
ski installations, fuel dump Hand, Marlin Dressler and Alvin ductive Planning Division. information may be obtained by
freeze at Antarctica, recently
system, heating improvementsand Warren. Also from the Planning Divi- writing to the Board of Exam-
departed from NAS Jax Over-
jet assist takeoff (JATO) WORKERS from Aviation sion were Bernard Kinn, S. J. iners for the Foreign Service,
haul and
Repair Departmentas '
controls.He Metalsmith Division Washington 25 D.C. Deadline for
the fifth such was were .Ralph Harrington, John Kemp and.James ,
concluded aboard program the Station. asserted the JATO attach- Godwin Thadderes Dombroski, Rigas. application is Oct. 19.
ments used Woodrow and Edward Division
Completion of the 1959 project were successfully Mayo Inspection contributedfour
marks a total of over 100 thou- during WWII. Its purpose is to King. men; John Stancil, Robert
sand man-hours spent on Deep- assist in aircraft takeoffs on From Aircraft Mechanic Gene- Lee, Robert Williams and Walter ;
freeze aircraft during the five- short runways and on rough ter- ral Division were Floyd Sikes, Cornealy.
of the rain, thus minimizing taxiing. Neil Corrado, Milton Driggers,
history
year program JATO was successfully tested on Paul Franke, Horace Kirkland, I
locally, it has been revealed by VTOL
each of the four planes prior to Robert Lambing, John Graves, Army
Louis St. Petery, project
super- departure from NAS Jax_ this Richard Harris, Edgar Smith, Alfred -
intendent, of O&R Avionics En-
summer. Walker, Robert Wagner, Aircraft In i
gineering pivision.
St:, Petery pointed, out that un- Henry Mansfield, Hugh Wilson, ''Nj.Ai
LAST MONTH the last of the
doubtedly, there is not a single James Wright, Aubrey Isaac, Ed- Test I i
R4Ds underwent final tests at StageWashington ,
R4D in the Nayy which has not ward Richards and William : 1. I
O&R, and departed for Air Development \
been through O&R, Jax. He Wingler.Two (AFPS) The
Squadron 6 at Davis-
added that the local departmenthas members of the has flight- i
yUle, R.I., which furnishes logis- Apprentice Army successfully
tic air support for Operation had more experience in overhauling program also participated: tested a revolutionary new duct- With TheToastmasters
Deepfreeze. R4Ds than any other O&Rin Robert Miller and Herbert Cooper. ed-fan, vertical take-off and land

the Navy. aircraft that can rise and hover
Upon being returned to NAS
EIGHT Deepfreeze aircraft Employees from Electronics similar to a helicopter or fly likea
Jax each summer since begin-
have been processed here, he Division were Clyde Manning, fixed-wing plane.
ning of Operation in
Deepfreeze mentioned. Each has been throughJax Charles Freeman, James Spauld- Propulsion is furnished by A "full house" sat in on an
19,55, the planes have been exa- O&R twice.Installation ing, Raymond Spaulding, Charlie ducted-fans mounted on the wing evening of Toastmastering at its
mined, torn apart and put back
of skis was first Hall, Oscar Dean, Henry Wallitz, tips and which can be rotated best at Tuesday's session of the
together each summer by O & R.
assumed three years ago. The installation Clyde Boxx and Walter Brown. through 90 degrees. Pointed Navy Civilian Toastmasters.In .
Improvements or refinementshave
been made each eliminates the hazard REPRESENTING Radio Mech- straight up, the fans provide lift the basic training speeches,
St. Petery stated that year.amountof which has plagued pilots since anics Division were Ralph Mor- which permits raising or lower- John Lindberg alerted all to

work done on this year's planeswas they began landing on ice or ton and Robert Brandon. Charlie ing of the airplane without use grand opportunities awaiting the

considerably less than in snow, the freezing fast of skis to Trescott and Al Kolbe were from of a runway. "average" man to conceive ideasto

former years, since "the records ice or snow after the plane reap that pot at the end pf

show they performed beautifully makes contact with the ground.St. the rainbow in his "Find a Need

'this past winter." Returningof Petery remarked there and Fill It;" Walt Stanul gave

the planes this summer was wasn't too much to do *ln the ';# ?fI1J' heart to newcomers and prospective -

for routine overhaul, he added. wayof major engineering deve- Toastmasters in his talk

THE IUD program is an addition lopments this year, as comparedto t1K on "Two Decades Too Late;"

\Q O& R's. regular workload. work done in years past. guest Ira Mackey from NAS Cq-

However, Operation Deepfreeze A special compass, termed the ;i; < } cil Field Club examined progress

has always had top priority in "polar path," was installed In the made in speed, mainly in franjportation -

thai department, and has been a planes here. According to Gilbert but the Jack of attention ,- F

rat challenge ty civilian! engineer Chlchester of O1R Material. Division #- to services to the individual

participating J fn the) pro-. the compass, adjusted for in his 'The Theory} of Speed,"
Ject,.'he asserted. operation near the pole, is very while VJctor Norman delivered
costly. It was installed as an his Icebreaker.
Commenting. pn efficiency of )?' the planes t wed each winter at accessory. 4 Individual critics were Aubrey sla

Little America, St Petery said, HAS JAX O&R is currently Sllvey, Lawton .Green, Andy

THHwe airplanes have the most installing special heating systemsin PJaney) ; and guest Frank Barjov,
modern? electronics conceivable seven }helicopters, soon tq be of_NAS Cecil Field Tpastmaitetp.BIJl o.t

Communications are possible on delivered to Air Development } Clearman was master ev -
literally hundreds of channels Squadron' $ for use' this winterat luator.

from 2.0 to 400 megacycles. the South Pole. L\S Toastmastering the program

uT ey lave several radio di- Completion of the fifth annual ct'i4 was John Will, with Junior Teske

rectlC? -flndipg systems, and all of Operation Deepfreeze project j 5; handling table topics. TwQ other rct

the }atest aids to navigation," he marks another great mile- _'_vny,, .m _".', A'y;> .... +_I guests, George Slrmans and Paul
added "They even I have an ele- stone by NAS Jax O&R Depart- CALLS IT A DAY Norman Glgnac. AOC (center) receives Ames, both of O&R, were qn
tronics system for monitoring ment. Some 53 employees, including gifts from squadron buddies upon his recent retirement hand. }

engine performance to permit the eight supervisors, partici- into the Fleet Reserve. Gignac, a member of Attack Squadron Next meeting is slated for the
in this 44, was with the local outfit since March of 1958 when he :re- rcG
pated year's
malfunction ; program. Barker Real
crew to detect the smallest ported aboard from Naval Test Center at Pt. Mugu, Calif. Presenting Estate Agency Of-
as Soon as it occurs." Superivsors who worked on the retiree with gifts Is Trenton Emch. AOC. Looking on fice at 2724 Park Street, near ft
OTHER MAJOR engineering Deepfreeze aircraft are Charlie at right is VA-44 leading chief. Harry Dills. King.




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Season Over, r f.Y f.. VW-4 Backs


VA-44 Sits I F y
:Y
:
New Unique

,
Back WaitsAttack
,
Squadron 44, standingpat a Sports PlanSince

against several late onrushers -

continues to lead the Main- Airborne Early Warn

side Softball League with season ing Squadron Four, better

competition nearing a close. 7 : fcnlown' as VW-4, 'beddeddown"
NAS Jax in 1952,
Dispensary lost a cruical game at
and Gunnery and Fasron Six all the outfit has been a leader in

made late attempts at knockingthe Station sports. 4u.rane
Hornets from their league Through these years

perch but all except VAP-62 Hunters have dominated many
stumbled. intramural leagues, in addition to

of men on varsity
hordes
THE PHOTO Men, with three z placing

makeup games remaining, pose clubs. UNITS here have
the lone threat now to the Hor- OTHER VW-4
nets chances of claimed the very size of
snaring the bunt-
them to
for
ing. makes it ultra-easy
of athletes. This
good crop
a
get
Dispensary lost a crucial game : but the will to
true,
to VW-4 last week, with jittery ."" is partly and enthusiasm are never
win
Medical fielders handing the BASKETBALL IN JULY VW-4, from lop echelon down to the lowest man approves from a VW-4-backed
Cane Hunters a 5-1 win, tossing of a well-run intramural physical education program and the men engaged In a basket- lacking
[ Dispensary out of contention. ball game above are ample proof of this. It's odd to tee a basketball contest in mid-July but not team. squadron's
at VW-4, where a strenuous athletic program is carried on throughout the year. VW-4's top cage Main reason for the
THE 679th Air Force forcedo squad, the "vanity/' engaged the VW-4 All-Stars and defeated them, 41-29 at Mainside Gym last supermacy is the year-long phy.sleal .
& G out of its title chances week. Left to right are James Hall and Joe DeRose (Start), Dick Meek (vanity), Bob Sottick and training program instigateda

I with an 18-8 decision. The Ord- Curt Cullen (Start) Jessie Maize (varsity). Lee Johnson (Stars) and Ernie Stewart (varsity). short while back with good

nancemen saw insult added to '. .. .. and men.
"" ",:". : ':: '1 : "' :; ::\ t' i<>- ':' "f' : ; ;": :l \' :; "': t "" wishes of officers
7V .h"
[injury by dropping a 20-10 gameto : Squadron members, in fact,
the Marine Barracks. '.. such a program and
JAXAIR 'QDADTS : \. asked for
The league-leading Hornets : ; .. TheWATER some 200 men from the outfit geta

pasted defending champion VP- .. f : "'\ chance to participate in inter-

J18,.11-4, and. then gained a forfeit JYiW i-r UIUIIi squadron sports yearly.

win when Faetu failed to .. fl' ,,,, ,i ... '4.'t4ir; $;: },,t ..' LINEFavoring TEN TEAMS entered the VW4 -
..
..
.
t, :: : ::; : ,<>: '
' how. I ....<;.".. .&.!:!:: ._"' y.x...,.-..:."'._;::::_.t'" <: y> ;> :>: '*":":! :''t' "",:>\,,<,>>:<,:;".'t y., intramural basketball league

a policy of "KeepOff honors
In other games last week, VW4 recently. Trophies and
HALL TICE PACING the Highways On Holidays"the the team, just like
earned a 3-2 win over VP-18 ; were given top
while Navy Jax Sailing Club join- Station intramural loops.
Supply
dumped hapless regular
ed with the Orange Park Rudder
|Administration 11-7 VW-4's Operations section em-
Club in a day of water festivitiesand the finishof
MAINSIDE ROLLERS'With atop the loop at
SOFTBALL erged
STANDINGS picnicking at the Rudder and earned the right to

1|Teen Hornets W L Pel. about one month of the regular season remaining, Club July 4. face play the Cane Hunter "varsity"team

VAP-62 15 12 2 2 .882.857 action in the Mainside intramural bowling leagues continuesto On the winning relay team was In a highly-touted playoff

Medici 14 3 .824 wax hot and furious with keglers paying no respects to Navy Bantam 572 with Mike Mc- game at Mainside gym.
Fatron Six hot Williams of AEB) School at the 41-
14 3 .824 summer days. The "varsity" won the tilt,
FAW-11 39 29 .574Operation
Ordnance & Gunner11 5 .688 ComFair Jax "A" and FAETU helm and Lcdr. Robert Holmes, the didn't count.
score
25 23 .521 but
*
29
Supply yw-4 ',"Mlfl110., .'. 11, *'* 5 6 .667 M7 "A" continue to pace the American NARTU "B" 33 33 .485 in "Mlzzerie." What, really mattered was that

**W 10 7 .588 and National Leagues, re- VW-4 "B" 25 31 .446 Leading the second-place team I who otherwise wouldn't be
VW-4 "E" 23 29 .442 men
VP-lfi MARTD 7 6 .538 spectively. The former is pace- VP-16 "8" 311 401 .438 was Bantam 573 with Comdr. able to enter into an organized
B 7 .533 setter with a 42-12 mark while Clancy Rich serving as skipper. Station were afforded -
Marine Bkt. 6 JO .375 Marine Barrack 26 34 .433 sport aboard the
Fetron 109 5 11 .313 FAETU's crew holds the NL lead Galley No. 1 23 33 .411 Ryssell Benedict was on.his team. the chance to compete
Overhaul with dazzling 47-9 record. ComFair Jax "B" 26 38 .406
and Repair 5 11 a level.
.313 The Navy club also fared well against others on the same
Administration 4 11 .267 ALTHOUGH losing four points, VAP-62 "B" 24 36 .400
l 4 12 | Patron Six 25 39 .391 in the sail boat treasure hunt THIS BROAD sports plan isn't
Festal .250 Ed Hall of ComFair Jax "A"
3 12 .200 679th "B" 20 48 .294 which took boats from point-to- confined to the basketball court,
Public Works 2 12 !.143 maintained his lead in the AL's NARTU "ELEC" 131 381 .264 point on the St. Johns in searchof for action is planned in volley-

Communication 0 14 .000 individual average race with a VA-44 "B" 8 48 .143 clues and code words placedon ball, golf, Softball, touch football
184 while Ralph Tice is atop NL
and other sports.
buoys piers. and possibly
bowlers with 188. Professor: "What is the resultof
The 59-B Series for the Greater The Navy is concerned about
NAMTD negative thinking?
LeadsIn High individual' laurels last and
Jacksonville its intramural sports program
Sailing begins
week went to Jack Hewlett of Coed: "You remain i an old Trophy in VW4
Golf Sunday at 1430 at the Orange the lack of interest same. -
Play VW-4 "D" with a 252 game and maid.
Park Rudder Club. hopes it can serve as an exam-
Naval Air Mobile Training 592 series. High team game was s a e -.a- ple to other units and bases in

Detachment, usually one of snared by Hospital "A" with a He-"That's a pretty dress you Rock N' Roll BandSomethingthat bolstering Navy sports.
the "have nots" 914 effort. VW-4 "A" racked up have on.
regarding when it for South By virtue of this unique setup,
Station activities 2581 for high team series.IN sailed
sports holds She-"I wear it to teas. America was for a interested, but many times inexperienced -
first place in the Mainside THE National circuit, Paul
"
in
He-"Whom? revolution. men compete
Golf League as loop activity Colt of the Lucky Strikes recorded I interunit competitive sports, with
nears an end. high game mark for the week
advancing more easily then
VW-4 "A" with 221 while VW-4 "C"s Bill some
is in second, try- a % into Station intramural and on
ing to close the gap between Giles wrapped up high individualset level.
into the varsity sports
them and NAMTD, with with a 597. .

Operations third and VP18in In NL team play, Giles aided I # A S'a ::

fourth spot. his VW-4 "C" mates in their cop-' Byron Captures Singles

.The 11-club loop lists action ping of high team game, 941, and j Crown In NATTC Tennis

each Monday, Wednesday and high set, 2802.AMERICAN Finals in the NATTCenter intramural -

Friday starting at 1430 at the tennis singles play were

NAS Jax links. ,..... We Lest M. run off last week with two con-
ComFilr lax "A" 42 14 .750 testants that had met in doubles
'Special, Service 50 18 .735
Forfeit Rash Hands VW-4 "A" 32 12 .727 play involved.
VP-18 "A"hospital 42 18 .700 Results were the same as

"A" 38 18 .679 doubles play. Eugene Byron,
Crown To SparkiesThe VAP-62 "A" 36 20 .643
AEC the nod Lcdr. Julius
Oak leave 23 21 .523 got over -
race for the NATTCenter Disbursing 30 30 .500 Moessner, making Byron the

softball championship came to an VAP-62 "C"Dispensary 211 221 .489 hottest tennis player to hit NAT-

abrupt halt this week as a'' rash 281 311 .484 TCenter courts in many years.
25 27 ..481Communications
VA-44 "A"
of forfeits due to graduationsgave 21 27 .438 } f s y ;.;, 1.5.,,
the Sparkies of AE School VW-4 "0" 22 38 .367 Sam Steamboat a translationof

the crown. 679th "A"AAARTD 22 38 .367 his Hawaiian name Mokuahi,

The Sparkies, with a 15-5 mark, 161} 311 .347 at Ft. Hood, Texas, is the Texas
Nat Personnel 151} 361 .302
eased out second-place Support NARTU "A" 15 41 .268 heavyweight wrestling championand

Splinters. The Splinters final FAETU "B" 9 39 ,188 a personal protege of grap-

record was 14-6. Wave 11 49 ,183 _..__ _____________' ________ _.._____-__ ?J pler king Lou Thesz.
AO's NATIONALTeam The third annual Slalom Quote of the Week: By Earl
Ordnancemen and Marine Won Ut Pet. DISPLAY SKIING WARES -
Aviation Detachment tied for FAETU "A" 47 9 .839 Water Ski Tournament sponsored by NATTCenter Special Services Blaik, recently retired Army

third place with identical 11-9 VW-4 "C" 38 14 .731 held June 27, caw heated action in mens, womens, boys coach, talking on the trials of
Mad Dog 40 16 .731 and girls competition. Winners in the mens bracket are shown golfing: "Golf has humbled,
records, followed by Aviation Lucky Strike 40 16 .714 displaying trophies won. Left to right are, George Fenwick, winners humiliated and just about licked
Ground Officers School, 5-15, and Supply "E" 30 18 .625 Ernie Jackson, runner-up, and third place litlitt Hugh .
X-3 Division 47 29 .618 Campbell. ActMSgt. Ned Hanson was chairman of this yea?* all the 'great athletes- I ever
the Missilcmen of NAWS, 4-16. Overhaul & Repair 39 25 .609 tourney held at Doctor's Inlet. knew that tried it."



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. /''Schedule of Special Services Activities. and Facilities, July 9 --15 I


MOVIES- Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday I
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HAS Bldg. IIIIfAT'l'Cemer 1800-2000 1900 Only 1800-2000 14001900The 1800-2000 1900 Only 1800-2000
Smart Girls Gidget Legend of Naked Verboten Joker Is Wild Alligator People
Don't Talk Tom Dooley Maja

H, Bldg. W3 1900 Only 1900 Only 1400-1900 1400-1900 1900 Only 1900 Only 1900 Only
Roughly Speaking Girls Don't Talk Gidget Tom Dooley Naked Maja Vehboten Joker Is Wild

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Hospital 1000 onb'Allmony 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only
Roughly Speaking Girls Don't Talk Gidget Tom Dooley Naked Maja j Vehboten08U21OO

LIBRARIES .

HAS Bldg. 3NATTCenier 0815-2100 0815-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100

Dldg. 563 0930-2100( 0930-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100
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Hospital 0800-1600 0800-1600 closed 1300-1700 0800-1600 0800-1600 0800-1600

LOUNGES. CLUBS

NAB, Bid;. 855 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100 1400-2100 Closed 1000-2100 ( 1000-2100


lfATTOnitr.BIdff.S93Blue
1600-2200 1600-2200 1300-2300 1300-2300( 1600-2200 1600-2200, 1600-2200

Jackets ImIEM.HAnc.nJe 1630-2400 20002400The 2000-2400 2000-2400 1630-2400 1630-2400 2000
Jimmy Gieger Redcoats Glen Reeves Bingo

1630-2300 1630-2309 1630-2300
1630-2300 1200-2330 1400-2330 1400-2330
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:\ EMNARTUNAS 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 Closed Closed 1130-1300
1630-2230 1630-2230 1630-2330 1630-2330 1630-2230
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Outdoor Pools 1100-2000 1100-2000 1100-2000 1200-2000 1100-2000 1100-2000 1100-2000


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


ATTCenier Gym Open
1300-2100 1300-2100 1000-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100

HAS Bowling 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1300-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-210010D;
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NATTC Craft Shop 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630
173021000600Dark 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100

Tennis Courts (Nary Ex.) 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark:

Golf Court 0830-Dark 0830-Dark 0730-1800 0800-1800 0830-Dark 0830-Dark 0830-Dark

Fish Camp 0800-K hr. 0800-% hr. 0800hr.. 0800-ft hr. 0800-% hr. .
Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Closed Closed .

Hobby Shop. Bldg.891 1400-2100 Closed 0900-2100 1300-2100 Closed Closed 1400-2100

Indoor Swimming Bldg.614SPECIAL 1600-2000 1600-2000 1130-2000 1200-2000 1600-2000 16002000f 1600-2000

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I Health Insurance LoomingContinued -I r

f; H ,NaVY Wives.

( from Page 1)) children ; ,
$6.00.
would be: single employees, $175; ,
Corner
6. Program would be on volun- I
male employees with families
tary basis. Employees would not .
(children covered to age 19),
have to participate in the pro- Navy Wives' Club No. 86 held
$4.25; female employees with de-
pendent husbands and children, gram. its regular meeting July 1 at the
7. PRESENT government em- Clubhouse in Dewey Park.
$4.25; female employees with
non-dependent husbands and ployees when they retire would f Hostesses were Mesdames Larry
continue to be covered by the Strieber, Bernard Toothaker and

Lcdr. BradberryGets health insurance program as 4 ; f4 Bill Strickland.Mrs. .

would their dependents, provid- Robert Miller is chairman
: 'Pipe Over'Lcdr. ing they have had at least 12 11 \ LJI'k tot the monthly ward party to be
years of Federal service and con-
given at the ,Naval Hospital next
Julian Bradberry
con-
tinued paying their premiumsafter Jf '
:
r
: x.r. Tuesday.A .
cluded his active Naval career retirement. v3 Awe

.July 1. He has more than 30 8. Employees already retired Al 't "Come As You Are" partywas

years service, including 15 as 'would not be covered. held at the Clubhouse last
enlisted Friday. Medesdames Martin Pel-
an man.
9. In addition to basic health
I Lcdr. Bradberry saw duty 'asa lino and William Rice were co-
insurance for
ordinary hospital ,
,
fa. chairmen.
pharmacist, mate aboard such }
expenses, the program would pro-
vessels as 'the USS Argonne on vide Next meeting is scheduled to
"supplemental" health in-
its original Aleutian Islands Sur- be held July 15 and all wives of
surance coverage that would pay
a.
I vey Expedition.In 80 percent of non-hospital ex- enlisted Navy and Marine Corps
WWII, he assisted with evac- men are invited to attend.
penses as well as "major" medical
uatlon of casualties from the
long .,. _
expenses involving and ,11
VgQwW*:? W8fl BBi a '
USS Normandy when it sank in Historic Plane Awaits
costly illness and hospitalization. SLATES RETURN HERE The popular song styling of
1942. Glenn Reeves (above) will be featured once again at the Blue- Place In SmithsonianThe
,.J Since 1946, Lcdr. Bradberry has jackets Inn next Sunday July 12. from 20302345. The Texas B-29 Superfortress "Enola
specialized in medical admini- writer-entertainer holds the all-time attendance record for'
BIG DAYS! song delivered the
Gay the craft that
stration. the Inn and draws capacity crowds each time he performs "
Official word on "when there. Lending assistance to Reeves will be Harold Meeks and first atomic bomb to fatestricken -
the his Western Swing Band. Horoshima, is headed for a
CPO Wives Plan FeteA eagle screams" for military
permanent spot in the public
special evening has been personnel has been releasedfor I limelight.
the next six months. College Programs MergeContinued
planned for the wives of new Final resting place for the
Next day for officers and
officers the CPO pay Enola Gay will be the National
by
chief petty enlisted will be ( from Page 1))
Wednesday
'Wives Club on July 13. The CPO the new Course A, giving them Candidates for the new pro- Air Museum of the Smithsonian
followed
July ,15, by pay dateson
should file with
application
will be setting for the meeting gram Institution in Washington.
Club another two years of college
July 31 and August 17 and
their officer before
scheduled to start at 2000. 31. training, for which the service commanding Right now, however, the famous
All Wives of CPO's making September brings two requirement is extended to six August 1, the Times reports. plane is in an unenviable spot at
pay AFTER a preliminary screen- Andrews AFB, Md., collecting
November
rates In July, September, obligated service.
days, on the 15th and 30th. years
ing examination scheduled .for
cobwebs and birds
Invited nests while
and January are to Other happy dates are October Navy officials predict 230 can-
November 9, final selections will
Club awaiting completion of the Air
attend along with regular 15, November 2, 16, 30 and didates will be selected for fiscal be made by a board due to con- Museum.

members. December 15 and 31. 1960 NESEP program, the num- vene at BuPers about March 15, .

Stragglers pay day will be bers to be distributed among two 1960. '
Do//vnfchun( : Steam RoUer first working day after regular Needle-formerly hard to find
one who shoots dice .in.,4 Turkish pay day. courses in the same ratio as those Successful candidates will receive in a haystack; now hard to find

bath. selected for the 1939 program. orders about May 1, 1960. in a woman's hand.


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