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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 9, 1960
Frequency: weekly
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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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Budget Huddle Eyed For Quick Okay On ProPayNothing


definite has been ap-
the Bureau officials on the armed fense Department. should arrive at a firm decision of the P-l awards will be made
proved by Department of Defense -
services' pro-pay program plans, this week. July 16 if everything goes okay.
It's the will
quite possible Navy
in the of
as yet
way pro- according to Times. sailors are now re-
Navy Some 23,000
be forced to delay making its The program the Navy is push-
ficiency payments for fiscal
year Navy proficiency payment ex- July pro-pay promotions if the ing for, and which, incidentally, ceiving P-l pay awards
1961 although the Navy' has ams were held throughout the Budget-Defense conference failsto has received tentative approval, Some 12,000 pro-pay

scheduled the first payments for fleet in May but the Examining come to an early agreement. provides for 1250 $60-a-month P- have been planned for fiscal 1981
which hasa
by the Marine Corps,
July 16. Center cannot process the tests 2 awards and 53,411 $30-a-month and
OFFICIALS see this as un- decentralized program
DEFENSE personnel expertsare until the Navy gets a definite likely, however, because insiders P-l pro-pay Increases.All doesn't have to worry so much

conferring now with Budget okay on its program from De- have said that the conference the P-2 and more than half about the time element as does

the Navy.
THIS FIGURE will apparently
include between 1100 and 1200

P-2 awards, so says Navy Times.
'fijl.I These will probably be awardedlate

J1I I in the new fiscal year.

Like the Navy and all other

.i service branches, the Marine
Corps must wait for the DefenseDepartment's
final decision on

the proficiency pay program for
Vol. 18 No. 14 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 9 June 1960 the coming fiscal year.



Employees' Health Act



To Begin Next MonthThe


Federal Employees' Health Benefit Act, providinga

voluntary program for Government civilian employees,
will go into effect the first pay period after June 30.
This will be July 4 for un-
the Federal Health Benefit plan.
graded; employees and July 10 for
gradeds. Ungraded employees presently

THE HEALTH Benefit Act carrying family coverage under
authorizes payroll deductions for the Station's Blue Cross plan will

employee contributions toward pay only $5.55 for both Blue

the plan they select as well as Cross and Blue Shield, or $3.77
the Government's contribution for Blue Cross only.

toward the total cost. FOR SINGLE policies, un-
The Station's current Blue gradeds will pay $2.20 for both

HAS PROMOTION CEREMONY Capt. James R. Reedy, NAS Jax commanding officer (second Cross-Blue Shield Hospitalization Blue Cross and Blue Shield or
from left foreground), presents certificates of promotion to 125 newly advanced petty of- Group will be terminated when $1.53 for Blue Cross only.
ceremonies in this week. Seven first class 32 second class and 76
ficers at new the new coverage comes in. Graded with family
advance employees
third class petty officers were in rate May 16 resulting from service-wide exams administered
here in F.bruary. In a brief speech the skipper cited special trust and confidence inabilities Employees will be required to coverage will pay $7.30 for Blue
of the petty officers upon their advance ment He further asked that they "carefully: and pay only that portion of the pres- Cross and Blue Shield. For single
. diligently discharge th. duties of the grade to which ,you are appointed.Receiving promotion ent Blue Cross-Blue Shield pla l policies, graded employees, will
"certificate and congratulations from Capt. Reedy before ranks of newly advanced petty officersis from June 15 to the day before,
Roland Boucher, RM3 ,of Operations Department. Looking on at left is Ltjg( ) Jeanette Green, pay $2.91 for Blue Cross and
NAS I&E Officer. effective date of coverage unde Blue Shield or $2.02 for ,Blue
Cross only.Current .

Confines To Be'Invaded' members of the exist-
Armed Forces Station AO 8' HONORSGO ing Blue Cross-Blue Shield

Strength DownTotal TO PAIRTwo Group who wish to continue their
present do so by
coverage may
strength of the armed By ExplorersSome men shared top honors paying the entire premium.
in among graduates of Aviation
forces decreased April, according -
These persons, however, will
to figures released by 350 Explorer Scouts will "invade" the Naval Air Ordnanceman School, Class B, go on a direct pay basis and will

the Defense Dept. Station Sunday as they.. begin the fifteenth annual Scout last week at NATTCenter. be billed quarterly by the local

Total armed services strengthat Rendezvous here. They were Conley Cantrell, Blue Cross ottfceirS .
end of April 2,473,294, On the return trip the explorerswill AOCA of Pound Va. and
was Arriving from all parts of North and eat BEEN recommended that
tour St. Augustine
a decrease of 5,172 from March. Robert McDonald, ,A01, of
Carolina Georgia and who
and South lunch at USO headquarters employees do not at present
.
The Navy was down to 612- Florida, the "boys in green" will there Dunn, N. C. Cantrell has been meet eligibility requirements for
960 compared to 628,418 of transferred to VA-66, Oceana,
as make their headquarters in Bar- A dance is planned for Thurs enrollment under the Federal
April one year ago while the racks 585 and 592 during their day evening to climax the Ex Va. and McDonald has received Employees Health Benefit Plan

Marines had a numerical brief stay aboard the Station. plorers' activities at NAS Jax. orders to VAH-3, Sanford, Fla. retain their membership in the
strength of 171,590 as against Both men passed the latest
THE SCHEDULE begins at current Blue Cross-Blue Shield
The members, all from the
officer with
chief
174,709 in April 1959. 1300 Sunday when each boy Sixth Regional District, will be Cantrell petty already rated exam chief plan ,'at least until such time as

checks into the barracks and is accompanied on their visit here and McDonald being promoted they can meet requirements for

Safety Stickers To assigned a bunk and locker. Fol- by Tom Little, Deputy Regional September 16. such coverage.
lowing this i will be a medical Executive, and other adults. Under the present BC-BS plan,
checkup.The dependent unmarried children
Adorn NAS CarsThe >Rrvey--- ------ ------
have been covered under the
Explorers' curriculum includes -
streets and highways of ; sn
this area will soon be "abloom" Scout programs, swimming ; J family plan until end of the calendar -
luminous visits to schools and activi- / year in which they reach
with bearing
cars
ties aboard the Station, and mov- their 19th birthday.
bumper stickers proclaiming
-
orange
ies such The Federal Health Benefits
as "Wings of Gold,
safe driving habits are >
prac-
"Blue Angels" and "Seapowerand Plans 'do not provide for coverage
ticed the driver.
by the Sixth Fleet." Capt. after a child becomes 19. Employees -
Some 5,000 of the bright stickers James R. Reedy, NAS Jax com- % Sly'i. with unmarried dependent -

patterned after those of poli- manding officer, will address the children who reached their
tical candidates, are being issuedto youths on Monday. 19th birthday after January 1 of
civilian employees and mili- this and before effective
To be "invaded" year
during next : si
ay
ft'r4Sy yI
I 5 +#
aboard NAS Jax.
tary personnel ; week's rendezvous will be May- coverage date of the new Federal

It's believed by Station safety port NS, AO ,and AE Schools at Health Program should arrangefor
officials that this sticker will afford NATTCenter, and Mainside's individual contract if they

a three-pronged psychological VW-4, VP-18, parachute loft, wish to continue coverage for

attack on traffic accidents.All boat house, Aerology, RATCCenter such children.

government-owned vehiclesare Operations, fire house and S EMPLOYEES wishing to make

also destined to display the O&R. I I : arrangements for dependent children -

"I Drive Safely-NAS Jax, Fla." DURING THEIR visit here, r.'?.M/f:......:.:.>". <<;0J.< x: ..:.or. "- -' -' "v.'
stickers. the Scouts will take a cruise on A RED LETTER DAY-Was what it truly was June 2 for wish to retain their present BC-
the St. Johns River and fly in a this trio of newly promoted ensigns at Patrol Squadron 5. The BS coverage on a directpaybasis
TIDE TABLE R5D aircraft. three were among 12 persons in the Jacksonville area being can do so by contacting
HIGH LOW commissioned that day one-third of them coming from VP-5. Employee Relations Division of
One of the highlights of the Six men from the squadron took the LDO test with four passing IRD.
A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. week's activities will be a visitto it. Ensign Hugh Jones, then an AMC, has since transferred from
VP-S. Comdr. J. J. Coonan VP-5 commanding officer, (right) This also be
Sat. 9:14 9:41: 3:06 3:12 Marineland, where they will : can accomplishedPlease
administers oath to new Ensigns (from left) G. G. McKenney
Sun. 10:10: 10:35: 4:00 4:09: observe the marine-land show: J. B.'Wolfe and J. F. Taylor. ( turn to Page 6. CoL'3)' ),



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NAS, Jacksonville San Diego NAS has come up News In Review
Capt. James R. Reedy _. .,. .... .. ..-.r.---. Commanding Officer
Comdr. Robert Nelson _"- Executive Officer with what they 'believe to be tke

NAB Six Fleet.Air Jickionvllle youngest first class petty officerin I" The controversial Clark bill
Adm. Kenneth! ,,, CommanderCapt. AFGE's Council of Defense
Rear Craig the Navy. He is Billy Souther- that would revolutionize the government's -
Grayiton H. Weber Chief of Staff, FalrJax Lodges said, "A sudden 10 percent -
.r-????????- advanced t
%
who
land, 20, was is
personnel system
Capt. Nelson M. Head Chief of Staff, NAB Six cut would disrupt practicallyevery
Fleet Air Wing Eleven ATI on May 16. being discussed by the Senate
Milner Commander Southerland member of office, division and unit in
Capt. Robert M. a Civil Service Committee. I
Capt. Charles L Lambing Chief Staff OfficerNaval VAW-11, made his first attemptto Defense by a chain reaction,
Air Technical Training CenterCapt. Proposed by Sen. Clark (D.- which would be several times as
Robert J. Fleming ,?, ?-?-,< Commanding!, Officer join the Navy in Tampa at the Pa.), the bill would transfer most the "
10
large as percent.
Comdr. Gerald R. Pearson Executive Officer ago of 15. The recruiter asked for of the Civil\ Seryice Com nissiox'sfunctions
Naval HetpltalCapt. further proof of age so Billy filled "In the face of the threat tothe
.. to 3 new: office of personnel -
William L Engelman .? Commanding Officer security of the free world it
,
in a blank of the family
Capt. John G. Feder ., fxecutlv Officer page ) in the W hate House and
would that Defense wouldbe
NARTU Bible y.ritlan acceptable> birth seem
the CSC would become an appeals -!
Capt. F, H. Holt _?.. CommandinfOfficer/ date, and got In the Navy I investigative the least likely place to risk
Comdr. H. Hudglni ,..-...........-.. Executive,: Officer Southerland had attained eachof and agency.; dfspute4! 'performance and decline

Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at noexpense his rates \\r\\ the minimum, of Under the all Clark bill, responsibility of morale," he continued.

to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P.95 Rev. July 1958. time after 1 becoming; a third classat for policy decisions and I Casgraine refers to the fact that
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, operations of the Government'spersonnel
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air the age of 16. system would be con- those cut out of jobs; in headquarters -

Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital. While in Aviation Machinist centrated in the White House could bump employees in

Service Infirmation Officer ........................ Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnls Jr. Mate School, Class A, he notified other offices who could in turn
Assistant Service Information Officer t.r........,.,- Andrew H. Planey BuPers of his correct age and requested under direction of an executive ,
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters-Mae Spencer, JOt; Gene Hagen, JO3 director appointed by the President bump others with lower retention
Sandy Martinson, JOSA Sam to be allowed on active and until countless
; Bowman, SA. Photograph.r-RoICOt Carter, PH3. rights so on
The Jax Air Newt Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material duty. employees are, confused and em-
appearing In this, publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs, This was granted on the i The CSC would have duties of bittered.
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photographs. making continuing investigationsin
grounds of his good record and *
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone extensions
8164) 656, 272 or 216. high motivation for the service. personnel practices of Govern- From all indications the House
ment departments and agenciesand
will the nine percent
New Vets' Pension 4 periodically disclosing its raise approve for 1,570,000 federal classi-pay
;
::i- I findings and recommendations to
fied workers. Backers of the pay
the President and Congress.
Law Starts July 1 jri-L i raise last week collected 219 sig-
I Too, the Commission would
natures on a discharge petitionto
Veterans who have previously have authority to hear all em- pry the bill out of the House

applied for pension only to beI I ployees' appeals on adverse Rules Committee. It will be calledup

ruled ineligible because their income agency actions, and the power to in the House for a vote June

was too great may now be crack down on offending agen-

eligible under the new pension. cies and enforcing its decisions. 13.The bill is certain to win ap-

law effective July 1, B. J. Gan- While a majority of Federal I proval since the signers numbered -

non, Officer-in-Charge of the employee groups still oppose it; more than a majority of the

local VA Office said today.He as a threat to the merit system, House's current membership.

pointed out the new law i It has gained support in Congress.

raises the income limitations from Sen. Clark has claimed that his
I
$1400 ,to $1800 annually for a, bill would strengthen the merit Full Activity SlateAt <

single man and from $2700 to system and that placing opera- Jax usa Club:\
$3000 annually if the veteran is tion of Government's personnel

married or has a minor child.A +' 'f''w' 'lr T t .A, '':t},V.U'ie., pfr} system in the office of the Presi- A full schedule of activitit. .l
sliding or graduated scale for : d> if.s'kfy Sk'* { 'hr dent would result in a more been planned for this we

various income levels below these { realistic Federal personnel pro- the USO Servicemen's Clu-

limits is provided by the new xyskSyS gram. 331 W. Forsyth St. in Ja
: .
xiv::: '
pension} law enabling a veteran to +: ', 'h: :tAr L'3'y e ville.
j }K'; }
collect smaller pension paymentsif Lk'L'} Government employees who An Orchestra Dance, feat

he is ineligible for maximum : travel by air on official business the Jax Navy Band, is slated tor

payment.Full have' been told by the Budget orrow (Friday) at the club wi

information as well as assistance TUBE TESTING TECHNICALITIEs-Instructor R. J. Mul- Bureau to use' less {thJtn first class a Juke Box Party set for Sat
lanuy, AT2, (left) looks on as student J. D. ROBS demonstrateswhat
in filing new claims or he has learned in the Tube Tester class at NATTCenter'i flights whenever possible. day night.

reopening old claims may be ob- Instructor Training School After graduation Ross will. begin Amendments to the travel reg- Vespers will be conducted and
i ain d at any VA office. instructing on his own
ulations for civilian employeeshave refreshments served at the clu
been issued by the Bureau
on Sunday, courtesy of Sou
INSTRUCTOR TRAINING SCHOOLIS which informed agencies to encourage :
Jacksonville Church
I use of "tourist" and "air Presbyterian

MORE THAN TITLE IMPLIESOne coach" flights when possible. followed by a feature" movie,

"The Iron Petticoat.

of the most important The Senate Appropriations Servicemen are invited to attend -
school to which the instructor is At completion of this course,I
sections of training Committee has been urged by the
a com- these functions, along with
assigned. In this final phase the the student is ready to assume
mand is the Instructor Train- American Federation of Govern-
student practices teaching, and the job of an instructional super- activities planned at the USO
Course.The ment Employees to forestall the
ing School the preparing and presentation of visor or phase supervisor. Club, 610 Ocean Front, Jackson-
Instructor Training 10 percent cut in civilian staffsat
Third section of the Instructor
(Class C) at NATTCenter is more lessons. headquarters activities.A. ville Beach, and the USO at 63
School is the Funda-
The Supervisor Training Training
than just a training school for I E. Casgraine, president of St. George St., St. Augustine.
Course, mainly designed for mentals of Testing course. This
instructors. Here under the
chiefs and officers, trains men for I course is designed for all men

Training Facilities Department, the job of phase supervisors.The involved in the preparation of

phase supervision courses, funda- student gains a working I tests. Naval Academy Courses
of and leadershipare
mentals testing I I
knowledge supervision, understanding As part of the curriculum of

THE also SCHOOL taught. is divided into of the duties and responsibilities AE"B" and AO"B" Schools, thereis Seen As Rough GrindHopeful
30-hour
of a supervisor and a leadership course
'
three sections, (A) 'Instructing, the methods used to improve .in- given by this school. Division officer -
(B) Supervision and (C) Testing.In struction. training and civilian leader- that someday a son terials, European history and

the A Course, selected Navy studiedin of yours will attend the Naval physical education, all in the
SPECIFICALLY. the course is ship are among subjects
and Marine men are acquaintedwith this Academy? first two years.
composed of an introduction to course.
the knowledge of teaching If so, it would be best to In the last two he
supervision, functions of the IN JULY. a reading course con years,
principles which will enable themto make sure the youngster fol- studies economics U.
supervisor, training methods and templated to improve reading speech,
become technical instructors.To evaluation of instruction. skills will be offered. Primarily lows the proper course of study S. government, weapons com-

accomplish this, instructorsare designed for instructors and through his grammar and high ponents, meteorology piloting,

required to acquire a work- Children's Hour SlatedAs supervisors, it is hoped to include school years. navigation, differential equa-

ing knowledge of teaching prin- part of children's summer personnel from the Center's of- Thanks to Navy Times for tions, electrical science, basic

ciples, to prepare and present les- reading program, the NATTCenter fices. i compilation of the following fluid mechanics, basic thermo-

sons under supervision and to library is holding a Children's The Instructor Training School, list of subjects a man is taughtat dynamics, leadership, advanced

evaluate his own lesson presen- Story Hour tomorrow (Friday) at under supervision of P. G. Gal- the Naval Academy. composition and literature, and
They include foreign lan-
tations. 1030. lop, is primarily for NATTCenter Naval history.
guages, chemistry, calculus,
THE COURSE is divided into Sponsored by the NATTCenter personnel. However, people from Plus, Navy hygiene, opera-
trigonometry-algebra
three phases. Phase I covers Officers' Wives Club, the pro- various surrounding activities tics analy- tions, trajectory mechanics, ap-
engineering graphics, phy-
principles of teaching and is a gram will continue until school often attend the courses. sics mechanics plied thermodynamics and applied -
,
English com-
90-hour course. Phase II is 70 i reopens in September fluid mechanics.
position, of literature,
survey
:hours of supervised practiced Children of all ages are invitedto "Surely- you didn't drive last
Quite curriculum in
strength of materials, U. S. a anyone's -
i teaching. Phase III, transitional attend! the sessions in Building night in your condition?"
foreign policy engineering
,
ma- parlance.
[training, is completed in the 563. "ll d to. J couldn't walk."



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9 June 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3 ,

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e h \ LTA Safety
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?4
Record Set



By NAS JaxNAS

,ZedIC4a7Yl 4 \ta Q r ;v

Jax has topped its Lost

Time Accident Industrial Saf-

T ety Record. The record was

set when the Station reached

: k : r 135 days without a disabling

injury last Friday.On .
this date, Comdr Robert M.

Nelson, NAS Jax executive offi-

cer, and representatives of other

departments gathered at the saf-

ti be tya' 'd' ety flag pole at Yorktown Ave.

NEW SAFETY RECORD SET-A new no-lost-time accident period of 135 days has been let and Mustin Rd to commemoratethe
at NAS Jax. bettering the old industrial safety mark set in May of 1958. At last reports the re- occasion.
cord was still climbing. On hand for the record-setting occastion last Friday at the Station's safe- \ THE LAST no-accident periodin
ty flag pole were, left to right, Charles Able, Safety Superintendent Lcdr. C. E. Swecker, of lA: 1111/1/R'/ / Jax
industrial at
Public Works Dept. Comdr. H. F. Liberty. Public Works) Comdr. Robert M. Nelson. NAS Jax safety was
executive officer Comdr. J. L. Delany Supply) Capt. Thomas B. Haley O&R Officer Capt. B. I. from Nov. 15, 1957 to May 1958.
McCreery, Supply) Lt. J. S. Mathews III Medical: Nance Rogers Public Works, and Lcdr. R. B. f / JJ{ At this time the no accident day

Ambrose O&R. mark stood at 132.

Ten boys and 23 girl were welcomedInto The current accident-free pe-
C' Automation the world at the Naval Hospital recently riod started on Jan. 19, 1960 and
: Paperwork .
r 1 Two girls born April 29 were Taml was still going strong at last

Monlque, to Roy Mowell, FN, and Mri. reports.
Mowell, end Catherine leeann, to Leo-
lr Conference Held HereIn "CREDIT FOR this impressive
nerd Luckey, CS2, end Mri. Luckey.
record of safety belongs to the
Born April 30 were Monte Blake, to
r order to provide top management analysts of the Navy- Kenneth Meyer, PRAN, and Mrt. Meyer; people in the shops," says Charles

l both military and civilian-with a practical background in source James Gregory, to James Hembree, FA, Able, Safety Superintendent.

data automation (SDA), a one-week course of training is currentlyin and Mri. Hembree; Kay and De Lynn,Hendon to Wil. "This record for a Station of its
lam Hendon, Jr., PHG3, Mrt. ;
\ -- progress: at NAS Jax. Dennis Lee, to Jack Ballard, AN, and size is very commendable," he
jAviation The course consists of a seriesof Art.( Ballard; Laurie Lynn, to Robert lam- said. "It is only through the con
lectures, conferences, equip- combination of machines whichcan bing, and Mrt. Lambing; Kathy Ann, to stant attention to safety regulations
Ordnanceman's School read and write the 'common Howard Dimmitt, YN2, and Mrt. Dimmltt,
ment demonstrations and work- and Elizabeth, to Lt. and Mit. Harry by the employees them-
Honor Class or instructor
-There language
was no an says,
shop 'clinics, held in the O&R Hoover, selves that the station is able to
Sailor because of a "SDA can be tailored to fit almost -
Sharpest Auditorium all this week. Born on May Day were Crystal Serena, maintain this record."
move of the school into new .fa- CONDUCTED by the District any system's requirements." to George Dervin, QM3, and Mrt. Dervln
cilities. Assistance Resid- The Navy, as does any large Gayle Millicent, to A/1C and Mrs James
Air conditioning will be a big Management business, finds that paperworkand Smith; Kimberly Jo, to Joseph Cotkl, SN,
ence Office, the training course is and Mrt. Cotkl, and Michael Glen, to Toastmasters
feature of the new move. assisted by the Navy Manage- information systems consti- Alvlt Jones, AD2, and Mn. Jonet.
tute a major problem. The cost* Glinda Marie, Kenneth
ment Office in Washington, DM- Born May 2t to
Aviation Electrician's Mate AO Eighth Naval District, and of making this information avail- Mantle, AE2, and Mrt. Mantle; Lori Ann, Schedule Zone
School Welcome is extended to able is extremely high.estimated to Billy Roberts, AD2, and Mrt. Robert'
equipment manufacturers.The Grace Elizabeth, to M/Sgt. and Mrt. Isaac
1 Class 6024 entering AirFam this 25 persons attending the at $500 million. Marnet; Elizabeth Ann, to Sgt. and Mr. Meeting Here
week. Class 6014 earned 875 course will receive certificates of SDA ACCORDING to authorities Kenneth Coin; Keith Louis, to Milburn I

points to win Honor Class priv- completion tomorrow (Friday), at can be of great benefit to Voorhlei, AK2, and Mrt. Voorhlei, and I Representatives from 200 club
Sharon Kay to Kenneth Dederick, AD2, and
ileges for the week. conclusion of the training ses- these systems. Even a small sav- Mri. Dederlck. of Toastmasters International in

AE School personnel may now sion. I ings in accounting procedures financially May 3 was birth date for Mary Fay, to four states will converge upon
use the lot which was formerlythe I w ill result in large Pvt. and Mri. William Kato; Dennis Wayne, Jacksonville Saturday for the
Navy Exchange building as According to instructors, Source- monatary savings, they. claim; to Herman Craig, AE2, and Mrt. Craig, first Zone conference ever held in
Data Automation is applicationof time is and Angela Carol, to Edwin Hicks, AN,
a primary saving.
an unrestricted parking area. and Mrt. Hickt. the State of Florida.
Entrance to lot is on the west techniques of automation to While most of the persons und Four girls and a boy born May 4 were Highlight of the event, to bEheld
side. the source area-by a machine. ergoing the SDA training have in Carl Robert, to Alvin Willis, AN, and Mrt. in the George WashingtonHotel

Class 5939, of AE "B" School has "Common language," producedby past been civilian employees, a Willis; Rhoda Ann, to Charles Sheppard,
will be the Zone
the machine is punched CN, and Mrt. Sheppard; Karen Rene, toLe Speakoff,
paper number of enlisted Machine Ac-
received orders for all personnelof Roy Rhoadet, ACT3, and Mrt. Rhoades; pitting top speakers from Florida,
that class to report for six- tape, edge-punched cards or countants have been known to Sarah Anne, to William Sedgwick, ET1, Georgia, North Carolina and
months schooling at Cherry Point bookkeeping, calculating and take the course. It is designedfor end Mri. Sedgwick, and Vikkl Jean, to South Carolina.
punched tags. persons relatively experienced Frank Potter, AB1, and Mri. Fotter.
O&R. Three boys and three girls born May 5 The four have survived a stren-
P. G. Flores, AEC, has a modi- THE TYPEWRITER, adding, in machine accounting.This were Vine Sharon to Arthur McCreary, uous series of contests within
fication for an angle of Attack and addressing machines used in is the first time such a AMH1, and Mri. McCreary; Debra Lynn, and districts and will be
areas
Training Aid which should save the system operate from perfo- course has been conducted in this to Mr and Mrt. Jerry Perks; Randall Evan,
the government around $325 if rated tape (or cards), much like area, although others have been to Roy Swineford, SN, and Mri. Swine- vying for a place in the Regionals
held the ford; Steven Max, to Lt. and Mri. Max to be held in Atlanta in August.
used. that used by teletype machines.By throughout country in
Lukenbach; baby girl, to Wallace Harmon, Ccdr. John Langford, a member -
Congratulations to I. E. Bulson using tape-to-card and card- the past. All, and Mri. Harmon, end baby boy, to I
of the NAS Sanford Club adjudged
-
Wilson, AN, and Mrt. Wilton.
Herbert
who have been the here
and C. H. Benson to-tape converters, communication Attending course are I the best, Toastmaster
promoted from acting sergeantsto equipment and electric and representatives from the Naval
speaker in the state of Florida for
sergeant. electronic data processing equipment Hospital, Mainside, N A S Cecil Servicemen WarnedOn 1960, will carry the banner for
Completing the 13th week witha the automatic handling of Field, Navy Fuel Depot, and
some 51 Florida clubs. The speech
95 average, R. D. Brillhand, data can be continued throughout NATTCenter in the Jax Navy Ducat ScarcityThe
contest is set for 8 in the
p.m.
AE13, of Class 6010 is top man the system, whatever the re- area, in addition to delegates U. S. Embassy in Rome Hotel Auditorium.All .
of that class scholastically. quirements. from NAS Pensacola and Mem- has warned service personnel that
Toastmasters have been invited -
"Thus, by using the proper phis. neither the Embassy nor the to attend the various educational -

Officer Wives Club Starts Army, Navy or Air Force are ableto and business sessions

Girl Scout Campers Fund obtain tickets to the Olympic which begin at 9 a.m. and closeat
Games slated for
Italy's capitol
5 p.m. The banquet, which
Three Girl Scout troops aboard city this summer.It .
precedes the speakoff, and to
the Naval Air Station will bene-
has been estimated that 300-
which wives have been invited,
fit from a "Campership Fund" set 000 tourists will be in Rome dur- is scheduled for 6:30: p.m.
up this week by the Officer All ing the period of the Olympic

Wives Club. Games, Aug. 25 to Sept. 11. Tickets for the banquet, pricedat
$4.25 per person, will be available -
Nine girls from the three units Service personnel have also
will be able to attend day .' at the Hotel Friday night
camp i been advised not to plan on visit-
for one week this summer thanksto _ _ ing Rome during the "tourist sea- and Saturday.The .
200 clubs in the four-state
the fund. I'6 son," June 1 to Sept. 30, unless
; 1x.K area have a combined total of
Girls attending: Troop, 79, Mary they have confirmed lodgings. over 3500 Toastmasters.The .

Attebury, Katherine Wilcox and Embassy officials also added I

Diane Wright; Troop 100, Carol that transient traffic of all types i mountain lad wanted to

Lazendy, and Troop 154, Sandra ; Y67% should be routed away from Rome marry the girl, but was too thy

Grams, J u d y Linden, Karen from Aug. 25 to Sept. 15. to come right out with the words
Rolke, Linda Holderfield and "
.lma7'T1or "marriage. After
Leith Stroup. Housewife: "Are those eggs much thought about the problem,

.. ... ., .,.. _..... strictly fresh?" he asked her in a whisper one
.. ............ -'' ---- -
"Poor Danny died from drink- :;:;;::;:;':';::':': ::::: ; '';;; ; ::; ::::;;::;''' -m
OUT AFTER 20 YEARS-Being piped over the side in frontof Grocer (to clerk) : "Feel those evening,

ing shellac. the Administration Building last week is Jesse Norris. AMC. eggs, Jim, and see if they're cool "Julia, how'd you like to bt
"Well, at least he had a fine Norris was attached to theStation'
Concluding a 20-year Navy career enough to sell yet." buried with my peoplei. ?"
"
finish. Aircraft Maintenance Department.



4 JAX AIR NEWS 9 June 1960

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Cane Hunters Set For : MOVIESThursday, : ; ,I
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: June 9
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Mainside-The Vikings; NATT-

1960 Hurricane SeasonApril Stranger Center -; HospItal-Porgy In The Wake Of and a


showers bring May flowers, the saying goesandthe Bess, all at 1900.

summer season brings hurricane: dangers. Friday, June 10
Realizing the nearness of the Mainside The Buccaneer;
hurricane season, which offici- summer, VW-4's hunters are NATTCenter-The Vikings; Hospital -

ally opens next Wednesday, the careful to observe weather condi- In The Wake Of A
"Hurricane Hunters" of VW-4 tions. Should they spot a suspicious Stranger all at 1900.Saturday .
i wind movement, a mess- June 11
have, during the past weeks, been
preparing for their allimportantrole age is relayed to Miami via Mainside' Mountain Road,
morse code. 1900 NATTCenter The Buc-
in airborne early warning. ; -
A SURE sign the hunters' sum- On these flights, the huge caneer, 1400 & 1900; HospitalThe -

mertime tasks are about to be- "flying laboratories" cover an Vikings, 1900.Sunday .
area from Tampa to Pensacola, \
gin is the recent installation of "It. June 12
two teletype machines, providing west to Corpus Christi, and \ ... Mainside The Last' Voyage,
direct communication betweenthe south to the Yucatan peninsula. 1400 & 1900; NATTCenter ,-

local unit and Fleet Hurri- Ordinarily operating under the Mountain Road, 1400 & 1900;
_
cognizance of ComFair Jax, theStation's .
'Miami. Hospital-The Buccaneer, 1900.
cane Forecast Facility at fii
The wire service is installed here flying weathermen have 1 ; Monday, June 13
already been turned over to ; Mainside-Solomon
every summer prior to official ; ) & Sheba;
of the fleet at ,
jurisdiction facility
,. .
r JYY
opening of the storm season. /YESi1'7YNM1YNAIr4 m': ;M1tiSA'NK l..44'MYAMYLilir: VY'Nn'YN'NVHKY}'ANI NATTCenter-Last Voyage; Hos-
Operating like Western Union'steletype Miami. Each hurricane season the ON WATCH FOR STORMS With assistance of two pital-The Buccaneer, all at 1900.
forecast facility takes charge of newly-Installed teletype machines and a weather plotting de-
Tuesday, June 14
machines the Fleet's
the local squadron.Yes vice, aerologists of VW-4 at NAS Jax prepare for the onrushing
teletype line i carries news of hurricane season which officially begins next Wednesday. Mainside-Revenge of Frank-
the next few months will
suspicious weather areas sent to Above, Lcdr. D.. A. Sumner, (left) Meteorology Officer, inspectslate enstein; NATTCenter-Solomon
probably be busy ones for VW-4, while Edward
AGL
Johnson
weather with William
Miami by ships at sea and air- map & Sheba
as Comdr. Roy Anderson's "Hur- Asselin, AGAN, and Allen Horton, AGAN (right) read mess- ; Hospital-Last Voyage,
craft flying in the vicinity of ricane Hunters" continue to pro- ages from Fleet Hurricane Forecast Facility at Miami. Below, all at 1900.

troubled areas. vide us with protection against Comdr. Roy Anderson, VW-4 commanding officer, examinesone Wednesday, June 15
The important function of the of first messages received from Miami.
surprise "attacks"by those storms Mainside Joe Butterfly;
teletype, though, is that a direct, that caused Easterners such de- NATTCenter-Revenge of Frankenstein -

immediate means of communication struction a decade or so ago! ; Hospital-Solomon and
is available for the facilityto I
I
ScoutingVAP Sheba, all at 1900.
I
contact the hurricane huntersin ,

case a suspicious area de Traffic Violators
VAPOR
velops.WHENTHE FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION
Miami office turns I Police Rear Admiral Kenneth Craig,
Keep BusyDuring
on the "green light," the local Commander Fleet Air Jackson-

hunters proceed to fly reconnaissance the month of May, 182
ville, held a thorough inspectionof Regular monthly meeting of
flights to track the where- tickets were issued by Station Ii
VAP-62 last week and termedthe Fleet Reserve Association Branch
abouts of the storm. police to violators aboard the
squadron "outstanding"A 126 is scheduled June 16 at the
Aerology, a busy place around Naval Air Station.
I clubhouse in Yukon.
VW-4, especially during the Appearing before the Traffic heartfelt "Well Done" is due

summer months, says that although Officers were some 166 cases, each member of the outfit for The Branch 126 blood bank is
a large number of tropi- while the U.S. Commissioner dis- their extreme efforts in makingthis reported in serious need of re-
cal disturbances reported to posed of 16 violations. a big occasion in the history: plenishment. Interested persons

Miami turn up to be only thund- Following offenses were com- of VAP-62. should contact Wilson Sandefer, ,
erstorms, five or six destructive Branch for details.
mitted during May: reckless drIv- VAP welcomes Rolland Morris, secretary

hurricanes can be expected each ing, 10; obstructing traffic, 2; im- ATN1; Andy Krath, AN; Lynn

summer. Prediction of numberor proper parking, 35; failure to stopat Garst, AN, and Marion Donahoo, Working underground in one
frequency of these storms is stop signs, 14; speeding, 45; AN, who recently reported for acre of land, earthworms can ea\
impossible, however, they add. faulty equipment, 4; inattentive duty. pulverize, fertilize, aerate and
VW-4's weathermen, headed by driving, 7; involved in on-Station turn over ten tony of earth in one
Lcdr. Donald Sumner, constantlyplot accidents, 14; involved in off-: Thompson, Davis Capture The outfit played host to wives year.

weather conditions, map Station accidents, 12 and other AE'A' Graduation HonorsTop and children of squadron personnel Then, to show our appreciation, I
hurricane locations and move- last Friday in an event calleda If
offenses, 54. we take them fishing.LA .
ments, and even accompany the The Traffic Officer handed out honors at Aviation Elec- huge success. f

hunters on routine and emerg- 39 restrictions; 1 restriction and trician's Mate School, Class A, VAP has several detachments
flights in one of the squadron's -
ency CO; 2 received warnings; 1 case went last week to Billy Thompson currently underway to all parts of: a
eight 70-ton Super Constel-
lations. was dismissed; and 8 sent to the AEIAN, of Montgomery, Ala., the world. a

WHILE FLYING one of their CO for action. and Ira Davis, AEMAA, of Reno, James Morris, YNT3, of Admin- V
'"tracks" down to the Caribbeanarea Of the tickets issued during Nev. istration Dept., has been chosen p

twice every day during the May, 8 were visitors. There were "Sailor-of-the-Month" for May.
11 accidents by privately owned Thompson has received ordersto He'was selected for his ability in g

vehicles and by government ve- NAS Pensacola and Davis was meeting differing circumstanceswith '. C
hicles, 3.Some discretion and for his faith- V rf
I I Got Any Old I 13 tickets are awaiting transferred to Ream Field, Im- fulness to duties and responsi- (fMv f(

disposition. perial Beach, Calif. bilities.Kindergarten. k

Khaki Caps ,' :; u N

I I ;{ a a g2

If you should happen to havean i
old cap of a Naval officer col-
GraduationIs
lecting dust in your storage area

at home you can put it to good {

use by filling the request of a Held HereGraduation \V
Australian schoolboywho
15-year-old apf
A
recently penned a letter to exercises were held
the Naval Air Station commanding Tuesday at the Station Nurseryfor
officer. 70 senior kindergartenerswho w

The letter reads in part: completed nine months of tilth

'1 am a . collector of mili- ; pre-school instructions.

tary caps from different nationsof They received diplomas from 5

the world. Unfortunately, I do Comdr.: Jack S. Hall, NAS Jax hi
not have in mjrf collection a U. S. Administration Officer. oxdt
Naval officer's cap but would be
most grateful if you could send The head teacher at the kind-
.,rx: ., .MyY'YC ergarten is Mrs. Billie Bedard R(
with the
me a second-hand one ( ; '

khaki"If you top.would) be so kind as to \ (i'' I\ with assistant.Mrs. Ethelene Gardner her chm'.,

send me a cap and find the cost \ Kindergarten registration is

of postage a problem, I can send _vsw.1:, ., '.'. ., .....-wSv ....:,.... ,......:",.,. ,...."_._'k:....X 3aMk'p.; .Y_:........:.._ now open for senior (must be five
you the required money" "I SOLEMNLY SWEAR"-Five voices have the same years old by Dec. 31) and junior GRANDE FILLE This
Anyone able to oblige this thing to say as a quintet of former NATTCenter chiefs are three to four year old) children.For "tall gIrl" is 5-foot, 11-inch
enterprising young man should sworn in as ensigns under the Navy's Limited Duty Officer Pro- Marilyn Johnson, billed as Miss
write him, R. P. Boe at: 6. AlisonRd. gram. Administering the oath is Capt. R. J. Fleming, (left) further information, con- High Rise in Las Vegas, who pu
[ ., Roseville, Sydney, N.S.W., commanding officer of NATTCenter. New ensigns are, from tact Mrs. Bedard or Mrs. Gard- appears to be lending moral
left, Benjamin Hall, Roger Snodgrass, Neal Gieske, Paul Seiden support to the 14-story build sex
ner at extension 368.
Australia. and James Brooks. ing in the background.

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Raiders Lone Unbeaten Club
Nine Teams .
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I'" 'J ,. :' ;' :; l7\, ;' .: t[', .:: ( :, : .: ': Veteran Shows 'Em How In
Entered In 1 ; : l".. : :
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Keg RolloffTop Admen's 6 5 Softball Win

three teams in all three
Mainside Intramural bowling Administration unwrapped a "secret weapon" in the

leagues have started a battle person of tiny Bob Bier to defeat VW-4, 6-5, in the biggest
for championship honors. I game to date in the Mainside Softball League last week at

ComFair Jax "A," VA-44 Hor- Enterprise Field. game of the year.
Bier, who doubles in brass as
nets and Special Services are rep Jim Baker, who gave out a
coach and player and who was
resenting the American League,, mere four runs all season before
in rightfield' during the
toiling
with Hospital, VA-44 Raiders and running into the Admen, took,the
VAP-62 Pin Dusters from the big game, crossed up the enemy loss while yielding eight hits and
placing lackadaisical hit over
by a
Continental loop and VP-18, VA- two walks.
second base to bring home Bob
44 Cougars and MARTD from the THE WIN did not clinch the
with the winning run.
National League.In Kilpatrick pennant for the Ad Building nine

varsity bowling competition,, BOTH CLUBS were unbeaten but made it much harder for any

Jax Navy No. 1 and No. 2 each t r4 ? _ entering the fray with the Ad- contender to haul in the buntingthis
scored victories over Sanford \ ministration Raiders now holdinga summer.

Navy, 2746-2604 and 25332532last ; mark of 10-0 while VWis Next to VW-4 ir\ the standings

weekend at Mainside lanes. ( now 9-1. comes FAETU's surprisingly

Hank Winstead, with a 585 $ z Walt Carney, the Admen's strong aggregation, with a 7-2
t giant-sized moundsman, pitchedthe mark, along with the 679th Air
helped by two big games of 227 ,
and 211, and Vic Cieplinski, witha 'w victory, issuing seven hits and Force unit, also 7-2.

604 on a series of 235-173-196, 1I walking no one. Carney has not Next comes Infirmary and the
were the big guns for Jax NavyNo. V 1 ::' issued a base on balls in the last Marine Barracks with 6-2 marks
1. 0 1 > three games. He won his eighth while VA-44 holds a 7-4 record,
> <
1Y i 4I Supply a 4-4 slate, and VAP62a
Jack Emch big star for Jax
was
c t : mark of 4-6. -

Navy No. 2 with a 559 series, followed ............... ., ................. Softball Nine IN OTHER Mainside actionlast
by Bill McVickers with a NAILOR NAILED Cacher Bob Nailor of VW-4 puts the week, Infirmary dropped

519. tag on Administration's Larry Brady to nip a scoring bid during Shows WealthOf Aircraft Maintenance, 15-6; VA-
ninth inning action in the VW-4-Administraiion game in the
Mainside Softball League last week at Enterprise Field. Callingthe 44 rolled past VAP-62, 13-3;
Mixed DoublesMixed play is umpire Dusty Sirois. Although Nailor was out Administration PromiseAnother FAETU drubbed Hospital, 12-2,
went on to tally a pair of runs and win the game, and the 679th blanked VP-18,
Doubles Jackpot 65. .
Bowling is on the agenda for powerful softball array 7-0.
has been fielded by Jax Navy if Also, Infirmary gained its second -
summer bowling enthusiasts Flier Nine Blanked In early season' results are any in- win of the week by downing
aboard the Station with an organizational 11-7 whippedO&R
dication. VA-35, ; Supply

tomorrow (Friday meeting) at scheduled 1830 at 2-0 Loss To Greek OilGreek The softball Fliers have four MARTD, 10-2, 7-0., and VAP-62 blanked

the Mainside Lanes. wins and one loss to date againsttop

Bowling will follow the Oil, another in a string of tough City League foes, service foes.
meeting with couples vieing fora issued the seventh defeat of the year to the Jax Navy Fliers, Pitchers Walt Carney and John MAD Pistol' Team

jackpot which will go to the walking off with a 2-0 victory Sunday at Mason Field. I Littleton have hurled victoriesover

high team each week. Jackpot The Fliers will carry high hopes I NAS. Glynco, 2-0, 1-0 and Cops 40 Awards
Bowling will be held throughout of getting back on the winning feat despite whiffing 11 batters 11-4 and a 16-0 victory over Cecil

1 the summer Friday nights. road in a two-game stand at with both pitchers giving up only Field. )At State TourneyThe
five hits. Goldberg's nine free
Although organized by the Hunter AFB in Savannah, Ga. Lone loss to date came at the
'. passes, including one big one in Marine Aviation Detach-.
Enlisted Men's Wives Bowling Friday and Saturday. Jax; Navy'srecord hands of Glynco, 2-0. Sanford
the crucial first frame, hurt his ment team returned from
for Jax pistol
League, all bowlers are wel- is 2-7. Navy is next foe Navy
\ come to participate. GREEK OIL tallied its two chances. with the Fliers traveling there the Florida State Championships
runs in the first inning on a Big hitter for Jax Navy was for a pair of games Saturday and last week with 41 awards. The

leadoff single by Clyde- Lanoux, Sam Securro who doubled in the Sunday.Jax shoot was held at the Jax Police

Braves Open TepeeFor a base on balls, then successivehits eighth for the game's only extra Navy has also entered the 'Pistol Range.
/by Dale Willis. and Bob second half of City League, play Top marksman ,with 21 awards,
8-Game Stand'The base hit. He got as far as thirdin
Grand
Rogers. with their first baptism cominglast including the Florida State
Jacksonville Braves startan Winning hurler was Joe Gus- both the sixth and eighth innings Monday at Lackawanna Park Aggregate Marksman second

eight-day home stand tonight hanas, former Jax Navy pitchingace but was left stranded each against the, Fire Dept. place plaque, was GySgt., W. E.

at the ball park with the Ashe- and who toiled for a few time. Two walks and' single by Turnage, an AO Schoc,1 instruc-

ville Tourists furnishing the op years in the Cardinal chain. Loser Lynn Smith produced the lone tor.Sgt.

position. was John Goldberg. Lady (to beatnik) : "Will you run for the Firemen in a 1-0 victory Turnage has been shooting

Asheville will be here for THE LATTER had to taste de- call me a taxi?" over Jax Navy. Bobby Jarvis competitively only since December -

games through Sunday with the Beatnik; "Sure thing. You're a pitched the win, defeating Flier but has improved by leaps

Columbia Reds moving in for I VW-4 To Defend taxi." moundsman John Littleton. and bounds. In the State Championships -
he won an award in all
four nights starting Monday.
.i'1 _ 21 events.
All night games start at 2000 I Title At Mainside Capt. G. O. Hansen brought
with getting
Sunday games home 10 awards, followed by
underway at 1500. Swimming MeetFive GySgt. Al Aguilar, with six, and

definite entries have been ActSgt. J. W. Rogers, with four

received for the annual Mainside I4&u! awards.
Swimming Meet Tuesday at 1900at

the pools behind Mainside ,
Non Pareils
1. Who 'was the last pitcher to Gym. 'k' '

win 30 or more games in the VW-4, VA-44, Aircraft Main- : ; / 7 Joe DiMaggio, former N.Y.

American League? tenance, Administration and Ma- ,. : '.. .... ...: :.. :..... Yankee slugger and member ofBaseball's
Barracks the units definitely of Fame swatteda
rine are l Hall ,
2. to
Who was the last pitcher J
committed for action with few hits for'members of El-
win 30 or more games in the National -
Hospital and VAP-62 probable mendorff AFB, Alaska, duringa
League? ,
starters. ,,, / recent visit Mike Frank,
3. What two players reachedthe of VW-4 are )' in
The Cane Hunters / c sixth-ranking tennis player
major leagues despite being expected to field a strong teamin j 4 the nation, is now assigned to
handicapped by the loss of a handor defense of its 1959 title. : j' : _____A the Pentagon .
arm? will be held in 50- ,
Competition ,
lit ,A f Jim Thorpe won the Pentathlon -
4. After he became champion, meter freestyle, 50-meter back- 5l9 f1r in the 1912 Olympics and the
Rocky Marciano had six bouts in stroke 100-meter freestyle, 50- I
: ______ fifth place finish of a young
defense of his title. He fought one meter breaststroke, 150-meter individual .,4. .. .... .. I Army lieutenant was overlooked.The .
challenger twice in those six medley, 200-yard relay / ( '.. A. same lieutenant later gained
matches. Who it? and three-meter diving. ,
was
The meet is being held at 1900 _______j,..._om".4AW................. 4 jL fame as one of our country'sgreatest
(Answers to Sport Quii) order to have cooler and more FOR LITTLE LEAGUE TREASURY-Mrs. E. W. Harnden. generals. His name?
'Izvq:> pzvlZ3't in (second from right) treasurer of the Navy Jax Little League George Smith Fatten.
'Lu0 e"d enjoyable weather for both par- Ladies Auxiliary, presents check for $1500 to help in operationof
ticipants and spectators.Late the Little League program here. Accepting on behalf of the Roy Mattson ex-triple-A base-
PUB .llva (utiy 8UQ) q6nH 'c entries can be received at league U its treasurer, Comdr. George Ayers. Looking on are bailer with the Pacific Coast
"K6I u! 5w7p1v3 'qJ .IOJ the office of the Athletic Directorin Capt. Damon Cooper (left) League president and commanding League Phoenix Club, is now
smovB OC no* vna ..lzlta'ItSI gus officer of VA44. and Mrs. Frank Ault, Auxiliary president. batting cleanup for the
UelqlY .qJ .101 Building Three through Fri- Another check has been presented the League by the Auxiliarysince basebajl!
day. this photo "was lat D. nine at Ft. Riley, Kans.
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I Service Pins : .. HQMC Clears Up


, : False SpeculationOn
Given NineEmployees .. 4'
I rT ,jj F- Acting Ranks

,
I Washington (AlPS) :Marine

Corps Headquarters says acting

Nine O&R employees at rank titles will be retained for an

NAS Jax were presented 20-( frn indefinite period during the transition -

year Federal service pins recently from the old enlisted. rank

by Capt. Thomas B.. structure to the new. '
Haley O&R Officer. These
In a statement issued to clear
pins represent a total of 180 n
'
up false reports about early termination -
the .
years service by group. Headquarters empha-

The Incentive Awards Programof 4 sized that no dates have been set
[ i
the Civil Service Commission
nw' FY 1 1 1: for dropping any of the acting
provides for recognition of employees I : r rE1L ranks.
who have rendered long

and faithful service to the Federal Ji 11 1 n Termination of these ranks
will Marines
when
occur only
All Federal
I Government.' ., .
t
holding such ranks have had
service, military and civilian, is
honored in computing service, ji :!h: ample opportunity for promotion,

lQngevity for this purpose.: m__ v_ .,__ ........._......__._..______ according to present Marine
20-YEAR AWARDS-Capt. Thomas B. Haley. NAS Jax Corps plans.Beginning.
Those receiving the award Overhaul and Repair Officer, (right) presents 20-year Federal
't)I\, I f\J E with termination
were: John Barry Jr., 13& years service pins to eight O&R: employees during a recent ceremony. > ':P. grade E-3" -

civilian duty NAS Jax, % year Receiving veteran service pins are, front row (left to right) $ERtfS/ will be phased when a

civilian duty War Departmentand Charles Fitch, Jacob Omwake, Donald Morris and George .,.". substantial majority of personnelin
in Arnold. Rear, Duke Geary, James Murphy, Kenneth Giles and' that grade hold the new rank
6V4 years the Army;
Charles .itch, 18% years civilian John Barry Jr._ _ _ _ _ Sunday, June 12 title of lance corporal, and the

duty at NAS Jax, 1% years with remainder have had adequate opportunity

the Navy; Duke Geary, 15 A Good Leader Said To ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL for advancement to the
0830-Service of Worship.
years civilian duty NAS Jax, and next higher grade.

4% Military, U. S. Army; Ken- 0930-Sunday School, three- The same plan will be used to

neth Giles, 14 years civilian dutyat year-olds through adults, Building phase out acting titles in other
Need Better AttributesFollowing 722; Adult Bible Class, Chap-
NAS Jax, and 6 years mili- grades.
lain Wolfe, in Small Chapel.
tary duty with the Navy; Ray
( is another essay written by an honorman of the
Lindsey, 14 years civilian duty 0930-Service of Worship.
recent graduating class, of the ComFair Jax Counselor/Interviewer Polaris
1100Service of Worship. Facility
NAS Jax, and 6 years with the
School. Author this is R. V. Hendershon ACC of VW-4.)
Navy; Donald Morris, 14 yearsat of essay ) 1830-Teen-Age, Senior High

NAS Jax, 6 years in the Navy; A good leader must have they will try all the harder to Fellowships and United Fellow- Due CharlestonThe
qualities. He must have ship of Protestants Building 722
,
Jacob Omwake, 13 Vt years at many justify that pride.
NAS Jax, and 6% years Navy; loyalty, confidence, perserverance and Small Chapel. Polaris missile assembly
faith and Faith: Of course, faith has a S facility of the Naval Weapons
George Arnold, civilian duty, ability, pride,
NAS Jax, 19 years, and. NOB I any number of the better attributes lot of meanings also, but a leader ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL Annex at Naval Ammunition

of human nature. must have faith in his men and Depot, Charleston, S.C., will begin
Portsmouth, 1 year, and James 0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass.C .
This does himself as well as faith in the operations in'' the near future.
Murphy, civilian duty at NAS not necessarilymean C C
unit and in God.
Jax for 3V4 years and duty with that a man must' have :: ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL The 880-acre installation will

,-thavy. ., Q1,.years.. ell these qualities, .. to. be a Summing it all up ,I thinly.a I. Naval Hospital serve as the link between 'industrial ..
'-
.
gbdcTleader. good.leaderisthe man who can .producers of:Polarls""and"
BY LOYALTY I mean that a get the job done by instilling a 0815-Confessions. the Fleet.

43iti leader must be loyal not only in desire in his men to do' the job, 0630-Mass. Missile components from con-

the accepted sense of the word, rather than rely on his rank or 0930-1015--Java Club. tractors on both coasts will be

but he must be loyal both to his rate accomplish this. 1030-Protestant Worship Serv- shipped to the Annex for assembly
ice.
r.r Sate superiors and his subordinates, One more thing that I'd like to check-out and loading into
Ortega Hills-3 bdrm, Ig kit & yd, cony for I think that in order for a emphasize is that I'm not tryingto nuclear-powered Fleet ballistic
to NAS, 4%% FHA mtg. Mo. paymt. ChriitUn Sdeac:.
man to lead he must also be able missile submarines.
describe set down the for-
$69.50, $11,700 or $1600 Equity. Ph. EV or Tuesday, 1900 Small ChapeL
4-1985 or ext. 8163. to follow. mula that makes the type of, Naval Weapons Annex will

3 bdrm home In Ortega Hilli-2 bath, Confidence: A leader must have leader who leads men into battle: also support FBM subs deployed
no traf, 5 roln from NAS, Immed. THE BIBLE IN THE MAKINGA
ocpy confidence in his own ability to
and performs heroic deeds but overseas through FBM subma
if desired. Call EV 4-3324, Lt. H. R. ,
VP-5, txt. 8334. Kirby. make the right decision at the rather what I think it takes to new history of the world rines. This will include overhaul

right time. He must also have all-time best teller. It' at the? and modification of
Ortega Hllls-3 bdrm, 2 bath, tern makd a good leader in an every- missiles returned -
porch & Ig shady yd, drapes, stove & confidence in his men, and this day, down-to-earth way. Station library to Charleston from the

i refrlg.3 bdrm Call, 2 EV bath 95858., pan ,don,. llv rm, din confidence must be evident. ... .............. .. ... .. ...... -.- subs. '
rm, Ig kit, many Improvmti. made on Perserverance: A good leader The Annex will be manned by

one-yr. old home, 6882 Mother Goose Rd. should follow, up on anything he 19 officers and 200 enlisted men

Call SP 13645. orders done. Not only to checkon .4, _ in addition to 125 employees of
Cedar HJIU-3 bdrm, den ct
pine pan Ig :$,
how well his orders have been
kit, patio, fen yd, hdwd fI, tern por, Lockheed Missiles and Space Division -
Equity $1200, 6549 Anven blvd. Call SP carried out, but a lot of times a _
1.3299 or Lt. Roland, ext. 415. word of praise can get more done '/ 4. serving as technical ad-

Ldtcpd, 3 bdrm home-bath, tern por, than all the in the visors.
authority
carport, util! rm, sty, attic fan, ape heater, _ _
no qUill), Gl Equity $550, $68 mo. carries world. r *
everything. Call EV 75260. ABILITY A good leader must + EM Club Due

3 bdrm brick home-Equity, Fla. rm, have the ability to do the Job 4 --k_____________
att gar, 16' x 32' swimming pool, assume n _
paymts $75 per mo, 2315 Tegner Dr. Call himself. Nobody will follow a r t ? Mayport NSA
EV 43692. I man unless that man can show, .
club
for enlisted men is
Ortega Hills-3 bdrm. house with swim if necessary, that he can do the '> '
ming pool, Gll loan 4%%, Call EV 8-0587. job as well it done. scheduled to be constructed at
as order
3 bdm, two baths, Ortega Hills, conv. Naval Station Mayport. Bids
to NAS, Call EV 43324. Pride: There'are, of course, all will be opened June 16.
For Rent kinds of pride, but the kind I
The
one-story club will include
Furn 1 & 2 rm apts. Unfurn 6 rm modern mean primarily is to have pridein -
apt. Call EV 74996.Sm a lobby, office, lounge,
furn apt-Ortega, $35 per mo. Call your men and to show it. Then family room, snack bar, kit-

EV 8-4235 after 1600, anytime Sat. or Sun. ,. \( 4kttn chen and penthouse for me-
2 bdrm home-Ig Hv rm, din rm, tile What They're Saying: I c
bath, wk slip, Ig patio & built.ln fireplaceor chanical equipment.Employees' .
"Understand me, when I say ,
BB-Cue pit, fen bk yd. Call EV 8-2829.; '
,that, with due regard ,for PhD's, J::
Sm. furn apt, Ortega, $35 per mo. Call S
EV 8-4235 after 1700 or anytime Sat. & what we need very badly in this _ Health
Sun. country are more ChD's. By coin- _
747 King St. furn apt-up-3 rm, bath this (Continued from Page 1))
ing term I Doctors of
prl entr, conv to bus & shp cen, adults, mean
by placing notification of intentions
Mrs. Edward Character. While not a -
M. Smith, 749 King St. upper. everyonecan ,.
Corner of Hamilton & Marquette, LakeShore be a PhD, it is possible for ..$4' \+5 s4' *, 44 in their premium envelopes
2 bdrm, kit +, ..SS ,w
equip, water, gar, scrn
to be ChD. And if
porch. $70. Call EV 84956. everyone a with the next payment.

Trailer with 8 x 10 room, near NAS, there is one attribute that needs Collection
days for the final
$40 per month, plus utilities Phone CO more thought and attention todayit += '' ""
4-4061 is the advancement, of those PUT OUT THE CAT "The smok1Dg-lamp'iI' out while premium payment of the current
This 'n' That .A4DV the word passed one morning VA-IS
rewinding was by
of character and BC-BS Plan will be Monday and
Driving to Calif.-leave! June 11, return sterling qualities to its cousin squadrons, VA-172 and VA-46 aboard the USS
L Aug 1, rm for 2, round trip or 1-way, adherence to sound moral prin- Roosevelt. Occasion of this inira-Air Group One harraisment Tuesday, June 13-14.
share expense and driv. Call EV 4-4042. ciples that were the trademark of was "Operation Tinker Toy" performed by AD6 prop drivers of
Ride wanted from 5334 Appleton Ave, our forefathers." LL Gen. Arthur VA.IS. Equipping the two A4D squadrons with a wind-up key Persons wishing more information
Lake Shore the work of VA-15's Lt. Gordon Udall and Jessie Hartley
to Public Works Bldg. 902, was should contact Employee Relations
G. Trudeau, Chief of Research
Army
hours 0730 to 1600. Call EV 7.1619 or AMC. The Air Group is aboard the Roosevelt on deploymentin
ext. 725 ask for Warrick. and Development. the Mediterranean. at extension 8652.