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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 30, 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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I A Fourth Spent A Fifth Can Mean No Sixth! ,'


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Sometimes it seems a good In the bloody wake of the hausted themselves in playingand Always other people. And -undoubtedly was responsible M ,

idea to make long holiday Memorial Day weekend579dead I drinking before getting then, one day after setting) out I directly or indirectly for a

weekends unlawful. Each year in accidents, 367 of themon I behind the wheel.Especially for a holiday, we wake up ina good percentage of those 579
the National Safety Council, the nation's highwayswith strange room where casualties of the B a tie of

conscienteously! issues predic- a Fourth of July week- drinking. Let'sface strange people in white move Memorial Day. .
it-so
of have
tions that so many hundredsof end looming, all of us can ask: many us a around quietly and we are responsible for
stubborn, stupid faith in our It will be
Americans
will be smashed
will we ever learn from at
ex- looking a ceiling. If we're holiday
own capacity for alcohol., Other deaths inp?
I
more
blasted broken and burned ;
to
perience?
Will we? among the lucky odes, that is that, from
people loaded. Other know
death in highway accidents. get ahead. We
Many of these who -others don't wake up. experience. But do
And each year, when reportsof people people pass out. Other people long, sad
died{ were, remember, the innocent miscalculate distances and You may be the world's we know ti ate this year we
the carnage are in, it seemsas most skillful and quickwitteddriver '
if Americans are loyally victims of other motor- make errors of driving judg- without alcohol. It have been granted divine exemption I

dedicated to proving' the NSC ists who were at fault by ment because liquor has made can undo all your notions of from the casualtylist

right. speeding or by having ex- them overconfident. road etiquette and safety. It ?


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PromotionsSeen ComingIn Jflrfggns



unusually early crystal

ball gazing, the Navy has an-
nounced a record number of

promotions are due enlistedmen Vol. 18 No. 17 U.. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 30 June I960
and women who take

the August E-4, E-5 and E-6

examinations and for those Drive For Chilean
taking the February E-7 tests.
The large number of 'promotions -

seen as upwards of two-

thirds taking the tests, is attri- Funds Starts HereAn
buted in ,part to the large num-
ber of senior petty officers leav-
ing the Navy now and in the emergency appeal for funds for the Chilean Disaster
near future after serving 20 or Relief will be conducted among Navy activities in the Jack-
more years. sonville area from July 1 through July 15, it has been announce -

AS REPORTED by Navy Times, provisions of the Federal Fund-
the Navy says E-4 and E-5 hope- Navy military and civilian per- Raising Policy and Program.The .
fuls have an almost 70 percent sonnel of some 20 activities in appeal will be handled on
the area will thus join in the na-
chance of being promoted fol- a strictly voluntary basis withno
tionwide appeal to alleviate suffering -
lowing the August tests. established quota. Naval ac-
Chances of advancements for of the Chilean people tivities will use the established
E-6 and E-7 candidates struggling to recover from the
appearto r keyman ,collection system to receive -
be about 55 ,percent, certainly devastating earthquakes and vol- contributions.The .
.. .
much better than what it h& _p. ; _",< m."w,f,+M3A>: % mi&. '..., ",......,,_ n w,;..;; y'AI'.q";__&:... canic eruptions which hit Chile extent of the damage resulting -
been for several years. IS HE WRITING HIM UP? No that's Robert Deese, last month. x from the earthquakes and
service nation attendant at the station,
Navy Exchange gas
It's predicted that persons tak- THE EMERGENCY solicitation volcanic eruptions in Chile is
checking the car of William Raab, AE3, of Aircraft Maintenance -
ing the tests in 39 of the E-7 Department for faulty equipment. For several months appeal will be conducted under dumbfounding. Thousands are

rates can expect a higher percentage persons renewing their Station automobile decals have been _--I dead, thousands are missing anda
required to have safety checked. While today is last day
cars
of their number to ,get
for persons whose stickers expire this month to have their car I Meyer Rested "I tenth of the country's popula-
the hard hat than this year. checked, everyone is reminded to have their cars checked tion homeless.
IN FACT only in one E-7 rate, early in months to come. The Navy Exchange inspection serviceis AE Honor Men The catastrophe, which caused

that of utilities man, is the Navy free of charge. Aviation Electrician's Mate extremely serious personal casualties
saying there will be fewer advanced -
and damage almost beyond
School, Class A, honors last
after the February tests STATION OBSERVES week went to William Meyer, comprehension, will take yearsto
than ''were given the hat this overcome.
I AEMAN, of Bessemer, Mich.
year. and Ronald Restad THE CHILEANS have already
AE3, of
In all other E-7 rates chancesof HOLIDAY MONDAYMonday Spokane, Wash. received aid 'in the way of food,

advancement are at least as Meyer has been clothing and medical supplies,
transferredto
good as they were this year. is Independence Day and will be observed by Barbers Point, Hawaii and but the country will need an estimated -
,
For persons taking the E-6 the Naval Air Station,' as well as the entire country, as a na- Restad has gone to VS-29, $500 million to rebuild

test in August, the Navy pre- tional holiday. the NATTCenter EM Club. North Island, San Diego, Calif. again.
dicts a 70 to 100 ,percent promotion All military and civilian per- for duty. The President of the United
chance in 37 rates. And it sonnel, except those in maintenance ALL OTHER Navy Exchange (Please Turn To Page 6, CoL 1))
facilities will be closed
July
and status will be
says there's a 70 to 100 percent duty --
chance for promotion to E-5 in given the day off. Fourth but will be open normal

48 rates. WITH A GREAT mass of mo- hours Saturday.
OUTLOOK for personnel tak- torists expected to "hit the road" While the Mainside EM Lounge 'f:

ing the E-4 examinations this starting Friday night for favorite will be open Saturday and Sun-

August is not quite as promisingas vacation and rest spots, person- day, it will be closed Monday as

,this year, however, with a 70 nel are being urged to drive usual. The NATTCenter Lounge, {
to 100 percent chance for promo- safely to get there and back however, will remain open from 4'. ?t.xa; ?
alive, without accidents.For 1200 to 2200 Saturday, Sunday :?y'L:.: RtiV lJiLM f
tion given those in 47 rates,compared 'a:r:,: ;i}
to 50 rates afforded that the many persons who plana and Monday.The 4 rhYUfk'y: ;;fiff ,
; 4
chance this year. restful day remaining aboard CPO club will open its

The chance for a man or" wo- the Station, there will be enter- doors at 0900 Saturday and Mon- ".

man ItumaKe' E-4 after the Au- tainment for all. day, and at 1200 Sunday.All j !?:%irS.:4: : {p y. fS{""" 'Y

gust test' are still considered The ,Bluejackets' Inn, Opera- swimming pools, bowling
good, though. Only in nine ratesis tions Tower Snack Bar and Golf alleys and Hobby Shops will operate .
the prediction down from whatit Shack' Snack Bar will be open regular hours Monday, as

was in February. Sunday and Monday, along with well as Saturday and Sunday.


I O&R Plays Role In Rescue Of Aviators ;

Rescuing downed pilots mightnot
seem to be a function of the This was the second time this rescued by that particular heli-
the particular 'copter had been repaired copter.
Jax O&R Dept. but indirectly
.
department plays a vital role in by Jax O&R. The first This 'copter is only one of ten

these life saving feats. overhaul was made in 1957. to 12 helicopters that are repaired RECUE TEAMWORK The effects of overhaul- work conducted ---
THE 'COPTER was assigned to here monthly. by the NAS Jax O&R Department are far-reaching and
RECENTLY A HUP-2 helicopter even include playing a part in the rescue of downed pilots.
returned here for major HU-2 at NAS Lakehurst, N. Y. THUS IT IS seen that with the C. M. Graeff (left) Aircraft Examination and Evaluation Section
was The squadron had detachments vital: function performed by heli- Supervisor, points out to H. L. King, aeronautical engineering
repairs. Markings on the side of aboard several ships. During the copters, O&R workers should be technician, symbols showing thai the helicopter in v'

the craft attested to the fact that period of a year pilots from VA- proud of their contributions to photo had rescued of fin 1957 ptnous ana Is, This 'copter was worked 1
in
locally August
currently undergoing ano:
the 'helo' had rescued five pilots. 105 VF-62 and "
VFP-62 were, "life saving. oTtrhauLWith r,

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Page 2 JAX AIR 30' Juno



fJtl [Variety Of Events Planned For Weekend I



NAS, Jacksonville I By Station Civilians, Officers, Enlisted MenWith

Cap James R. Reedy .. Commanding Officer
Comdr, Robert Nelson ? Executive Officer an extra day of liber- to out in a boat," she asserts, outdoors fan-and she and her
NAB Six; Fleet Air Jacksonville I go
Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig J I _____ Commander ty coming up, what are NAS "and do a lot of fishing. We usu- husband ,plan to go fishing and
Capt. Orayiton H. Weber Chief of Staff, FalrJax Jax enlisted men, officers and ally have pretty good luck catch- hiking at Goldhead Branch State
Capt. Nelson M. Heed ? Chief of Staff, NAB Six civilians planning to do over whiting." Park near here. '
ing
Fleet. Air Wing Eleven the long Fourth of July week-
Capt. Charles" L lambIng "While we're at XJoldhead," she
? Commander end? "That's one place I can really ..
Naval' .Air Technical Training Center "I want to visit the forest
adds
.catch 'em. Of course, she says,
Capt. Robert J. Fleming According to the folks we talk-
Commending Officer "we'll cook and eat the fish overa rangers' spaces and have always
Comdr. Gerald R. Pearson Executive Officer ed with, a lot of persons are
Naval Hospital planning trips to visit friends or campfirel"LOLA wanted to be a forest ranger my-

Capt.Cept. John William G. Feder L Eng.Un CommendIng Officer relatives, whiles others are anticipating SVENSON AN, one of self!"
NAKTU Executive Officer i 'a quiet weekend at the the Station's Waves, is another Prominent in the eyes of Edna

Capt. '.J H.[ Holt! Commanding Officer beach or at home. Anderson, of Officers' Records, is
Comdr. H. Hudglni IlIIIZZIIZIZ IZIIZr Executive Officer ONE CIVILIAN employee, Small Stores To ReopenThe lots of cool ripe watermelons.She .

Printed commercially with non-ipproprlated funds In Jacktonvllle, Florida at no Mrs. Riemka Watkins, of the Le- Mainside and NATTCenter plans to eat melon, melon
expense to the government end In complianci with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958. gal Office, is looking forward to Clothing and Small Stores Issue and more melon over the holi-
Distributed free of charge to military end civilian personnel' of Fleet Air Jacksonville, spending the holidays outdoors. Rooms have been closed since days, as she spends her three
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet Air
Wing 11, Naval' Air
Reiervt Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital. Her family is going) camping and Tuesday for inventory. days at the beach.

Service, Information Officer Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnls Jr. fishing at Cumberland Sound, Both issue,rooms, however, will Edward Kalinoski, Y N C, of
Assistant Service 'Information Officer ._..,... ,,,.
Andrew H. Fri-
; Pleney near Fernandina Beach. While open for business tomorrow ( I&E, is eyeing a "partying"week-
Sandy Edltor-Oordori Martinson, JOSA Robbie; Sam; Staff Bowman Reportera, SA. -Photographtr-Roscot Mae Spencer JO1, Gen Carter Hegan, PH3. J03, "roughing it" in a tent in a nearby I day) at 0900. The Mainside roomis end. He plans to Join a few

The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material state park, they say they'll. located in Building 953 while friends for a couple parties and
unless eppearlng 'In this publication can be reprinted providing credit .Is given. Photographs, probably, swim some, too. the NATTCenter room is in picnics at Green Cove Springs.

Editorial otherwise offices credited located, are In official Room 230 U. S.Main Navy Administration Photographs. Building. Phone ex "But we're definitely planningents. ; Building 513. Asserting that he may end up at

tensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216.'Don't the beach, chief "Ski" says he's

looking forward to a. "nice, quiet,
sociable, holiday weekend."

Be A Litterbug"Don't LTJG( ) JEAN Green, NAS
to drive to
I&E Officer, hopes a

Be A Litterbug." nearby lake resort for a swim
and picnic this weekend, while
Even a child has little trouble understanding the mean- F the OOD office's Fred Felber,

ing of these words. It's an easy slogan to remember and the AN, is going to Daytona for a
message is, quite clear. r 4 "nice tan"' on the beach. James

Thomas, GMC, anticipates a quiet
MOST PEOPLE.. HOWEVER, do not need slogans orstringent ..: ::\.; weekend of swimming at Sax

laws to remind them that cleanliness and neatness .i ,, Beach.
: : : : I.eti :" '.F
}; .y: :;:G!$ :
makes common sense. The Navy, for example, is known for Road maps will probably be

its cleanliness and neatness and is proud of its tradition of .. used oven the Fourth, since some
.'r'r ?? .F: being "shipshape. ..ty# :::: # I, t :yv'YC' fatF.xr.. '':. folks are taking
extra day off to visit friends and

However, there are persons, who sometimes get careless relatives in other ,cities.

and let trash pile up alongside our buildings, let cigarette # :,(.} Esto, Fla. is the destination of
butts fall carelessly to the deck, tos candy or lunch wrap- y' O. W. McKinney, PNCS, of TPO,

pers around working, spaces, flip paper cups ,onto the streetsof :who plans to spend a few daysat

the Station. Some even carry their carelessness further 'i : 3I : home. While he's out in West
; : \/ Florida, he hopes .to do some
and flip bottles, cans and other debris out of car and bus fishing and swimming. But

windows while traveling along the highway. L_ .,,,:
_' ""' 'I orwYwiiaYa; : Gtoic ko-x G -',"- mostly he's looking forward to a
IMAGINE DENTAL OFFICER RETIRES In palloin'fnl.w ceremonies reunion with his five brothers,
WHAT WOULD
if
happen we were all to get at the Station Bandshell last Friday Rear Admiral
so careless. In time that "neat as a pin" look would disappearand Kenneth Craig ComFair Jax and ComNab Six (left), spokeat who will be home on vacation
retirement ceremonies for Capt. Macy G. Martin. NAS Jax i
you would have something resembling the fairgroundsafter Dental Officer, who has concluded a 32-year career. Appearingfor then.WILLIE GORDON, of Public
it had closed down for the season.It the last time as a Naval officer. Capt. Martin (right) is a cab-
rented
native pf North Manchester Ind. and received his dentistry Works, has already a
is not hard to follow the simple rules of cleanliness, degree at Indiana U. Two platoons of Alert Security Force in at Fernandina Beach for the
I troops rendered honors and passed in review during the cere weekend. He and his family are
which are. akin to courtesy. Cleanliness is a good habit toI monies.
expecting to spend Saturday
acquire and a good one.Jo fceep. Cleanliness can even be
night to Tuesday morning "just
considered a personal duty of every military person and f swimming and lounging around."

civilian employee of the Navy in Jacksonville. Think twice "ff HOW TO GET YOUR Leesburg is where John Weaver -

before nonchalantly tossing aside trash and debris. Put it IMC, of the OOD shack is
where it belongs in the trash can. d; iKj ABSENTEE BALLOTSince heading for the holidays. He

plans to boating, fishing and
go
Litter on the Station and on the in the
highways vicinityof ( 1960 is a big election year and many local servicemenand visiting with friends and relatives ) -
the, Station inevitably reflects upon the Navy. their wives may wish to vote by absentee Ballot, the Jax Air there.
News is outlining information from time to time on how these ballots
"Don't Be A Litterbug." .may be obtained.) Mary Hendron is planning on
Applying for a ballot is a matter of dropping a postage-free visiting her son in Miami over
Man at Bar: "For 20'years my postcard in the mail for all servicemen and many of their depend- the weekend.
I New VP Squadron
.
wife and I were ecitatkaUyhappy. : THE state and precinct or district, and "I'm just going to stay home,
PROCESS requires about
Commissioning Set their full military address. rest and do a bit of reading over
five minutes (for filling out the
Bartender: "Then what hap- Patrol Squadron 30 is due to card-Standard Form 76) and Before a dependent uses the the weekend." Simple as it may

pened?" take its place in the Atlantic the added time it takes to find card, he should also check to see be, those are the plans of Janie

Man: "We met. I Fleet today beside sister Jax- the proper address to send the whether the state in which he Calhoun, secretary to the execu-
- based units in commissioning card. or she wants to vote accepts post tive officer.

ceremonies at 1400 in Hangar card applications or requires ap- However varied their plans
This address is available from
ASO Official; plication by letter or other form. may be, NAS Jax person el are
base voting offices or the official
140.The, new patrol outfit, headedby Voting Information pamphlet for LtJg( ) George Cagle is Voting taking advantage of the long
To Visit HereRear Comdr. L. T. Barco Jr., com- Officer for NAS Jax. His office is weekend. And, according to our

Admiral J. M. Lyle, manding officer, will be a replacement 1960.Most states accept the post card located in ,Building 955. interviews, one thing's for cer-

commanding officer of the training squadron. for ballots in both primary and tain: They'll enjoy every minuteof

Aviation Supply Office in Like VP-5, VP-16 and :VP-18, general elections and many accept Grumman Unveils A2F-1 the long weekend.
Philadelphia, is due to visit other here the
patrol squadrons it as automatic registration The Navy's newest attack
NAS Jax, July; 5 through 8.The unit will operate under controlof as well as a bid for the ballot. bomber, the A2F-1 Intruder, was USO Club SearchingFor
I
Admiral will be makinga
routine familiarization visit FAW-11. THE INFORMATION required' unveiled recently in ceremoniesat 'Talent For ShowThe

operations of the Executive officer of VP-30 is is readily available to members. the Grumman Aircraft Engi- downtown Jacksonville |
study
to aviation segment of the Supply Lcdr., M. W. Greenstein. The They should !know' and supply: ''I neering Corp. plant in Calverton, USO Club h. searching for talent

squadron will have 40 officers the state they want to vote ,in; N. Y. I to enter a variety program plan-
System. and some 270 enlisted men. whether applying for a primary '
ned by the club.
While,in,the area the Supply Developed with a dual person-
N general or special election ballot; interested in trying out I
official will also visit AS ality, the Intruder Anyone
automobile has proved to their affiliation possesses the
Pensacola The party (for pri- should contact the NATTCenterSIO
Field NAS ,
Cecil Sanford, and NAS KeyWest be'a great moral force in Amer mary elections where the primaryis ability to accurately deliver nuclear Office in Building-500, extension -

'HAS ica. It hat almost completely not secret); their birth date I I or conventional weapons on 677, or John Wood, AA at|

I eU t.indted horse itealinji. and period of residence in the,I weather or darkness. AE "A" School, Barracks 540.r .



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30 June 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Pag



I First Group Of Middies Due Here For Training Next MonthThree

-
groups of midshipmenfrom
the Naval Academy are WHILE HERE, the Middies will The midshipmen, members of each group are being planned for

slated to visit the Naval Air Sta- participate in several indoctrination the Class of 1962, will also visit the terrace of the Prudential

tion this summer as a part of ,phases of fleet aviation, NAS Cecil Field, NAS Sanford, Building, to be sponsored by the
their cruise training program. thereby gaining knowledge in' NS Key West and Boca Chica; a Jacksonville Junior Chamber of

THE FIRST group of 250 men the operation and responsibilitiesof II trip to Cape Canaveral is also on Commerce.

each is due to arrive July 19, followed Naval air units. I the tentative agenda.RECREATION This year's cruise of midshipmen -

by a group August 1 and Tentative local plans call for and social life is the twelfth one since for-
.. i Male
August 11. They will each stay each of the groups to visit both for the midshipmen will not be mation of this type training pro- Aviation Electrician's
to Class 6004
luck
in this area about 12 days. attack and patrol squadrons. forgotten, however. Dances for gram in 1949.Capte School-Good
u,M; ..fi graduated last week. Top
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Richard Dirk,TEAN,of
FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION r:1:7.:: : : Davis To jynhurst'man was, NJ.Congratulations.

to Class 6013
,
Take Reins At I chosen Honor Class for last week.
LOYALTY Bon voyage and good luck to

fUn unlVI Io .. .. Class 5913 which graduated
AnOCIAreO" t Supply Dept. Tuesday from "B" School.S. .

\. U N i1 : : I \1 W. Danielson, AECS, is back
'\ M Co I : Capt. J. J. Davis Jr. will relieve with Phase IV after spending five

\ t tilt." Capt. Bernard L. McCreeryas weeks as a student in the Chief

NAS Jax Supply Officer July Petty Officer Leadership School

(Among the many organizations $ : ",. ____ : 5. at NAS Pensacola. And welcomeis
l in the country promoting 'Capt. McCreery will remain i extended to J. P. Morrill, EN1,
__
. > here as Assistant Supply Officer.At assigned to Military Personnel
the need for a reawakening of '
l\ _
present, Capt. Davis is Avia- Office.
American ideals as regards the
tion Supply Officer at Aviation Members of the NBRA at
; in H f
benefits of living a democracy
Supply Office, Philadelphia, Pa. held
. Is the Fleet Reserve Association.The NATTCenter recently an
Capt. Davis, a native of At- election with the following gainIng -
. foUowing article has been lanta, Georgia, .is a graduate of office: J. D. Chaison, AE3,
submitted by the Branch 91, FRA, .
Georgia Tech. president; G. L. Shortreed, AE3,
I
Americanism Committee:) 4 He entered the Navy in 1938 vice-president, and W.A. Frazier,

1 July 4 We celebrate on this and was stationed at NAS Pearl AE1, secretary.
. day our national birthday, one of : : Harbor in 1940. He was then S *

, the most important days in the _ _ _ transferred to Wake Island as the Aviation Ordnance man School

': history of all free men. Lj supply officer in 1941. Class 6011 placed first this weekin

t One-hundred, eighty-four years While at Wake Island, he was Honor Class competition. Determining -

'c after the signing of the Declara- : taken prisoner by the Japanese. factor was the personnel -
tion of Independence we who inherited He was interned for 3 years. I inspection.
WNIp.TV IS ON THE AIR Proof that NAS Jax has its He first served in Washington,
the nation by the right Sailors" this week
"Sharpest
own television station Is the "WNIP.TV" sign over door of the
e of courage and determination of TV "studio" in the Meteorological Office in Building 118. From D.C. at BuSandA In 1946. Then are W. J. Austin, Class 6011 of
e our forefathers are engaged in a the small control room, which contains camera, microphonesand he was assigned as the Senior Company A, and R. T. Topez, \
battle with the geratest malig- monitoring equipment, comes periodic telecasts which assist Ass't. Supply Officer of Mare Island Class 6023 from Conmpany B.
hundreds of local aviators daily. Preparing for one of the sta
nant force the world has ever tion's four daily weather programs is Edward Valente, AG1 of Shipyard. Howard Fousie was promotedthis
known. the weather office. The 25.man "staff" of WNIP.TV is headedby Capt. Davis, then Comdr., relieved week from W01 to CWO2.

)f THIS FORCE has enslaved "station manager" Lcdr. R. K. Raider NAS Jax Meteorology former NAS Jax Supply J. W. Purtee, AOCM, meanwhile,

), half the world and has openly Officer. I Officer, then Lcdr., Capt. Ken- received a commendation for

IS its, determination to neth Wheeler, in the BuSandA as an
avowed bury outstanding performance
3t us. And it will if we refuse to NAS Jax9 TV Station Personnel Division in 1949. I instructor at AO School.
I Ie
accept our legacy. Naval Air Weapons System

Ita Our legacy is to be free men Fleet Reserve Branch School, Class 0, has joined the
Has AGs On Its
determined that no power on StaffNAS Sets Monthly MeetingNew AO School organization and will
s, be looked for in Student Slants.
earth shall take our freedom
officers Branch
of Yukon
Jax is the, command in this
n probably only military
I B. P.
from us. 126 of Fleet'Reserve Associa- Welcome aboard goes to
area to have its own television station! I
Be complacent, smile fatuously Although schedules of its daily tion are P. W. Hetz, president; Crenshaw, AOl, who will undergo -

IC deny human dignity, and scoff telecasts haven't been publicizedtoo is to have access to a special H. W. Johnson, vice-president, a six-week AO "A" course.
)- at "war talk" and refuse our closed-circuit TV set-and there and W. Sandefer, secretary-
Ie you widely, NAS Jax television M. J. Mooney, AOl, has checked .'
at NAS Jax.
only treasurer.
seven
are
e legacy. station WNIP-TV has been "on Station uits within "reach" of Persons wishing to purchase into "A" School, Phase IV, for j
THE LIST of America's heroes the air" for over a year.
y WNIP-TV include ComFair Jax, tickets to the installation dance duty as an instructor.
is long and God alone knows the The Station's version of TV .
st VP-18 FAW-11 VA-44 VW-4 and *
should contact W. H. Johnson, j
full list of names. Some of our of
" provides a different type pro- Hangar 114, in addition to AEC, ,at AE "A" School.At Phase IV of AO "B" School is
heroes lived on for the freedom gramming than commercial stations
:- held precious. weather office itself. Four Cecil last week's: meeting of the where the student looks forward ,
they so however. Persons "tuningin" Field outfits and Mayport NS
ISIe branch, A. W. Midgett and J. to 76 hours of instruction. Under
But not one of them counted to WNIP-TV can get only are also served by the station.
Id his blood or life so dear he would one type of program-commercials Although NAS Jax units get Campbell of VW-4 were pre- supervision of WO H. P. Malloryand

1- refuse it in defense of our, liber- are even excluded! WNIP TV through a closed-cir sented gold' membership awardsfor E. L. White, AOC, the "Gun

ty. These men bought us our For folks interested in weather cuit system, Mayport and Cecil recruiting at least 10 new Phase" begins with small arms
legacy as a price they had to be forecasts, such as local aviators, receive the pictures via a micro- members. instruction.
In able to afford. NAS Jax' TV station fills the wave system. A giant antenna I

'r Perhaps now it's up to us.Dependent's bill since "studios," where atop the downtown Prudential -: .

local "programs" originate, are Building forwards the signal to

located in the Meteorological Office Cecil and, Mayport.As 4 '
:; Swim aJ ,_ _
in Building 118. to where the call letters,

; Classes Formed Four times daily, weather "WNIP-TV" came from, that's I :
programs, giving current weather what the local weathervision unit
J- Swimming classes for depend conditions and forecasts, are tele- was unofficially dubbed some
ents wil be held at NATT- cast by the NAS Jax station. months back by AGs working in

ns Center Pool 518 this summer. For studios as small as WNIP- the weather office. "NIP," it _____ __ _

re Each course will consist of ten TV's (about six by eight feet), seems, is the assigned call letters 'a W4 trWt
lessons held Monday through *_ IW
NAS Jax' television station has .
for M .r
g Meteorology's communica-
Friday for a two week period. an unusually large I'stalf"-about ? ltt

ur The courses will include instructions 25 enlisted aerographers. While tions system. ;
r- :
te for Beginners, Inter- four forecasters are available to WNIP-TV began telecasting .+( 'k _
mediates and Swimmers, with a "MC" the weather "programs," weather information back in +. f

minimum age requirement of there are some 20 AGs attachedto April, 1959, when the NAS Jax 4 n1!

five years. the office who "occasionallyserve commanding officer pronouncedthe ;

Registration be made at as "announcers. ,
can ,
facility officially "on the air"in .
pool 518 at 0800 at a cost ranging WNIP-TV's "station manager"is
brief .
Ue from $10 for one person to Lcdr. R. K. Reider, NAS Jax ceremonies.NAS ri

nt $30 for four.n Meteorology Officer. Jax is proud of its own

_ _
Adding to the uniqueness of television station. And WNIP-TV

Suitor: "I'm not wealthy and J WNIP-TV's "telecasting" is the remains "on the air" as one of ** _-.- -wfff.ff IMM 4
lut don't have a yacht and a convertible fact that everyone aboard the the -S MMERTIME SESSIONS-How to keep the youngsters oc-
country's largest
er like Jerome Green, but, Station who owns a televisionset I military cpied is a problem often confronted by mothers of school.age(
n- darling, I love you." can't receive the weather weathervision installations, to children during summer vacations With this in mind. the' i
NATTCenter Officers Wives Club sponsors a Story Hour every
at Girl: "And 1 love you, too. 'channel." The only r way a per provide local aviators with nec- Friday at 1030. Children of all ages are welcome to attend thi
But tell me more about Jerome." son can view the station's "shows" essary weather information. sessions held at the NATTCenter Library in King Hall. l




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Health Benefits BillMore

- AntiSub r
.,> GroupCommissioned

Queries Answered On :l




Employees' Health ProgramHere {t .} At Key WestRear ]


; ,? Admiral Kenneth Craigwas
are more questions, together with answers, on
many of the aspects of the new Federal Employees' Health the guest speaker today at n,

Benefits! Program to be enacted July 1. l 'i commissioning i ceremoniesof h
y. lan a female employee Carrier Anti Submarine Air
whose husband is in the service, without being eligible for an im- }: Group 50 and Air Anti Submarine 0r

and whose family is therefore mediate annuity, can he "rein- x{ {:. Squadron 30 at NAS Key :.

covered by Medicare, enroll for state" his health benefits coverage + l''. ''2 3 a. West. .I

herself and family? when he begins receiving an Adm. Craig, Commander Fleet

A. YES. BUT if Medicare is annuity if i he was enrolled at the : *. .. Air Jacksonville and Commander e
}
used, the double coverage pro time of retirement? r {>{
Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval 0r
visions A. No. Only employees who :
under both Government- .
;
v :: District spoke on the general topic -
wide plans would into retire with immediate annuityand :Y:{
come play. of the growing importance of be
: .
:<
(See page 6 of last week's Air meet the other requirementsare ::}f.l anti-submarine warfare. :
News for interpretation of eligible to continue their : { c

"double coverage.") coverage. : A. ;J The air group, which is com-

Q. Can an employee enroll Q. Does the annual family income :;;:,;vx; ; .i pleted by Helicopter Anti Sub- i

who is on annual or sick leave limit of the 'service plan { marine Squadron 1, in addition to Fi

when the program goes into effect apply to salary only, or does it VS-30, will be included in Adm. ise1

and who will retire on an include salary plus any other income Craig's command. It it designedto

immediate annuity without returning ? ., f train i pilots, crewmen and

to duty A. ALL FAMILY income.Q. L. maintenance personnel in the use g
"""'"''''
A. Yes, if he meets all other Blue Cross appears to per- SUMMER TRAINING The annual invasion of the Naval and care of S2F "Trackers" and

requirements. Annual or sick mit double coverage under the' Air Station by member of the Coast Guard Reserve ha begun HSS Helicopters.

leave meets the basic program, Aetna appears not with some 220 officers and men currently undergoing summer a
pay status re- active duty training in the NATTCenter area. Top. defensive Comdr. J. M. Weeks, heads the
quirement.Q. to. Is this correct? stances used by shore patrolmen are shown by (clockwise from air group, with Comdrs. N. R. .
IS LEGAL separation with- A. Yes, However, Blue Cross left) William Straub ESG2 Earl Hill ESG2 Irwin Coffman Charles and B. E. McMullen respective e

out final decree of divorce con- won't provide benefiits for "sup- SN and Kenneth Barnes. SN. 'Below Comdr. John Freeman, skippers of the two com.

sidered change in marital sta- plies and services for which you NATTCenter Military Personnel Officer, instructs Coast Guardsmen ponent squadrons, VS-30 and .

tus or family status? have no legal obligation to pay." in gee-politics. Left to right, Donald Beecham, EMS Ewald HS-1. Ii.I

.A.-, -No..-. .August, ESG2 Comdr. Freeman, and William Puryear SN. i.
''Y.nSM.; ;rp; ; ry;;;iMWyrs.wv.: : ;; ; C.nry'; '{{vr s;?7PY:{{ :MO
Q. A husband wants to enrollin

one plan for himself only, and .. .::.> .,..f. BA DegreeEarned

his wife wants to enroll in a dif- I Scouting I .

ferent plan for herself and their

son. Both are government em- ,. By VAP VAPOR +
Tlfj ,
Lei n' M :itiS 7C: i.'f CyYr':: {
ployees; can they do this? I : : VAP-62 welcomes William

A. No. A family enrollment i.+ .3ta,t ,, :Cso+vsi :9f
would be required to cever the ; 3 p :L: y', '' .}.aY.. .. '.:{p. Marine P f c. AN; James Moore, PH3; Robert
{ .
fi : ,.., ;
:
:: : ;K :{a: ?iy..r ,; > : dr.LAr ; son. Any family enrollment must I .Q .fr Chambers, AMC, and Marvin
;'Y4' sf6C :Sk'J.i; y$ .\r.' }n,i6.A'.ip ':,
T" : } Ti :{ Pfc. John Burbige studentat
a
cover all eligible family mem- Anderson, AN, who recently reported ;n
NATTCenter's Aviation Elec- aboard for
duty. '
bers.Q. Can a person who has trician's Mate School, Class A, tln tle
VAP swimmers captured a tie
returned from leave recently
been appointed legal guardian o! I
for second place in last week'sMainside
a child, but has not adopted him, with a bachelor of arts degree I
from St. Johns University.Pfc. Intermural SwimmingMeet.
cover that child in his family enrollment .

? Burbige, a Marine in his
c
A. No. seventh week of training at AE "
Business tycoon: 1 had a busy S
Q. Can a change in enroll- School, attended St. Johns for
day at the office, dear. 1 took an
ment in anticipation of marriage four years but could not gradu- "
aptitude test. e
become effective in advance of: ate with his class of 1959 becausehe

the marriage? lacked a semester of French. Wife: "Oh, good grief! It's cer-

A. Yes. It becomes effectiveat By attending accelerated night tainly" lucky you own the company 0

beginning of the pay period school classes, he completed this 5C

which begins not less than 14 requirement by the end of August

days after the pay period in I 1959.Because. t
y.r:v, S i,
which the employee registers and Coast Guard Reserves he was classified a r 4.rH.1,.

satisfies the pay status require- "day student," however, he was

ment. Here listed to with
graduate
Begin Training regular ) Fh k 'i i
i'
However, the prospectivespouse day school students this month. n g rs. fh
not being a member of -
the family, is not covered until The first of five groups of Coast Guard Reservists reported With his credits all completed
aboard the Station this week for 14 days active duty now, Pfc. Burbige fulfilled a life-
the___. .marriapp._n_.___
g.' training. long ambition by joining the Ma- '4 4fr
Q. IF AN EMPLOYEE retires Headed by Lcdr. George Sun- Four other groups due here rine Corps. r f rsY .. ,

derland, the 220 officers and men this summer will come from unitsin He is, in all probability, the y. ,
Civil Service Clerk the Second
Seventh, Eighth
hail from the Fifth CG District, only enlisted student at NATT w

Examination OpenThe which comprises the Middle Atlantic and Ninth Coast Guard Districts. Center with a bachelor of arts thLt

States area. While here, the Coast Guardsmen degree. // 4' / Iwish
Fifth U.S. Civil Service ,4 ? Y
receive 4: |
COMDR. WILLIAM II. Main, training enabling
Region in Atlanta has announced!
in charge of all Coast Guard Reserve them to obtain proficiency i in # ?
an examination for Clerk, GS-4< Lcdr. d L's,9.
Cole Tot
training here, is servinghis specific duties to be performedin
through GS-6, in the following
fourth consecutive summerat case of mobilization.

options: NAS Jax. Be New ,. chm::
General, editorial, mail and file, AMONG SUBJECTS laughare' NAS % s ,f tLyH tJ
and, traffic the principle of small arms }
personnel, statistical
AF Officer Wants (Ml rifle and .45 caliber pistol) ,., rv ga
and transportation.The / Legal Officer ;,',, iii. rrsn I PI
establishedfrom riot control, gas mask usage,
register to be Humorous StoriesThe
will be structural fire fighting, survival 1 Lcdr. Nathan Cole Jr., is due %
Y. ;
this examination rh v. nc sh
at all' Air Force, like the other swimming, decontamination pro to relieve Comdr. Alvin C.
used to fill vacancies services, has been the subject of cedures, visual communicationsand Johnston as NAS Jax legal officeron st
Florida Ala- ,
,
Federal agencies in :, s
's 1
ysa
a good many humorous yarns, in-rate June 30.
training. yfr'r; 1' iti i
bama, Georgia, Mississippi, Ten- and there's an officer at the Air Lcdr. Cole comes to his G,
new ;
nessee, South Carolina, and. North Practical seamanship aboard a
Center downtown who
Reserve
from the
post Office of the
Judge '
s lii
Carolina. 95-foot cutter is also part of the % ;
wants to get some of them to- Advocate General in Washington ,
;
Reservists' training. ; ,-. di
Persons interested in competingin r
gether. D.C. Comdr. Johnston is
this exam should file Form Lt. Col. Franklin Hibel says The extensive curriculum is i retiring form the Navy on July 1. ,i,u, q '

5000-AB with the Regional Director he's collecting such stories, both I already paying off. Two young'I Before coming here, Comdr. thw
Fifth U.S. Civil Service I Reservists, Robert Gwinn, SN, ,
fact and fiction, with the inten- Johnston was Law Officer of xY

Region, 275 Peachtree. St., NE, tion of publishing. them in book :;,and Robert Burns, SN, were here General Courts Martial, Atlantic w
Atlanta 3, Georgia.. not later than form. 'only two days when they received Fleet.

close of business on July 1, 1960. He invites any and all to sub- the Expert Rifleman rib Other significant duty included at

Application forms and further mit their favorites by writing to bon. tours with JAG in the Military EYE -
CATCHER-Anytime
information may be obtained him at the Air Reserve Center, Also here for training are three Law Division, and as an Instructor starlet Dorothy Martinson dons TV

from the Employment Office at 1201 San Marco Blvd.. ., Jackson Spars, being briefed in admini at the U.S. Navy Line, 'her bathing fogs, you can be

Viilding 907. ville 7, Fla. stration matters. School Monterey, Calif. certain attraction she will at any be beach.the centerof J 14ft




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JUlie 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Peg_ ,5

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ax Student Admen, MAD ,PrincipalsAllStation .



n Olympic S-Ball



ike TrialA


Naval Air Technical TrainIng Game Set Tonight

Center student, Roy Scott,

A, champion bicycle racer from

he state of Washington, will be Administration, a pre-season darkhorse that ran throughthe

po'mpeting soon in the Cycling 4s season undefeated, will represent Mainside in the All-

rials for the 1960 Olympic +4. Station softball championship game against the Marine

tames. I Aviation Detachment tonight at 1930 at :Enterprise Field.

Scott, attending Aviation Ord-! '\ The :MAD squad registered a made it ,official late last week,

anceman School, Class A, has 13-1 record to cop the NATT- dropping VAP-62, 10-1.

otten himself a set of TAD ordrs ./ Center banner while Admini- righthander Walt Carney

for the New York area to en- // stration's Raiders were unbeatenin hurled Big the clincher, his tenth win

ble him to try for an Olympicerth. I 15 )inside League games. of the year. The ex-BC athlete

The trials are slated for ,.. .. THE ADMEN, on the brinkof a home
I } r.4..4.k: also hammered run.
ew York, July 23-28. victory for a couple of weeks, The other five Administration

The first U.S. citizen, to ever this
victories year were pitchedby
in the Dr. Glenndon Moody Frazer.In .

in Canada Scott will haveis .. ., ,. ___ ,. ,.,,,,, ,,. ...,,...., Hornets Clinch 'Bill
ace '"''''' ''''''''<<< '''''''>'' ''''''< ''''''''''' ''T '''''''''''''''''<'''''' > ; the closing week's action at
orders extended should he be NIGHT DIAMOND FRAY Bob Bier, player-coach of the
last week VW-4
elected for the Olympic team. Administration Raiders, makes contact with the ball during Mainside IM Mainside earn-
action in the Administration-VAP-62 game last week at Enterprise ed a second-place finish with a
The lad has reportedly raced Field. The fray, played under the lights, was won by the 21-1 walloping of Aircraft Main-
gainst some of the top names in Admen, 10-1, clinching the Mainside pennant and ending the Bowling TitleThe
e sport, including Lloyd Binch, Raider's season wtih an unbeaten mark. The catcher Is David tenance.,
of Hogeman of VAP-62 with Mike Fiori umpiring. The Admen face Mainside Intramural bowl- The Cane Hunters lost only one
rmer sprint champion Eng- the Marine Aviation Detachment in the All-Slalion playoff through the season that to
nd and Jack who ing title was captured by the game ,
Disney, won game tonight at 1930 at Enterprise Field.
e U.S. Nationals five straightears. Hornets of VA-44 as then blanked Administration.

MARTD in a "clutch" match, Inj other games, FAETU downed -

;He expects to undergo four .Y a 3-0, at the Mainside Lanes last Infirmary, 15-6; Supply edg-

eeks training before entering week. ed Hospital, 11-10; the 679th Air

ie trials. Scott is confident he'll Special Services finished sec- : Force unit squeaked past VA-44,

ond thanks to blanking of the 9-8, while Aircraft Maintenance
one of the dozen men to go to a t ,
me for the bicycling sport. VA-44 Cougars. picked up a forfeit win from

hen all this is over, Scott The Hornets were scheduled to O&R.

111 go back to the books at AO I face Aviation Electrician's MateSchool Also, the Marines drubbed O

;. School. Mason Field No PuzzleTo "Golds," NATTCenter keg &R, 13-0; VP-18 toppled VA-35,
'j
:
champions, in the AllStationtitle 7-3; Hospital defeated the 679th,

'j match yesterday at Main- 11-5; VA-44 pummeled O&R, 17-

'! Viax Tennismen Greek Oil OffenseYoung side Lanes. 1; Infirmary shook Operations,

To Final week action in the league 11-6; Administration decisionedthe
Enter 6ND
l Jimmy Sears hurled a strong Greek Oil nineto went this way: Special Services 679th, 6-1, and FAETU won

The Jax Navy varsity ten- an 8-1 victory over the Jax Navy- Fliers Sunday- afternoonat 2, VA-44 Raiders 1; VA-44 Horn- by forfeit over the Marines.
:nis team is being lined up for Mason Field. ets 3, VAP-62 Pin Dusters 0;
Only scoring by the Fliers was This was the first year in Main-
'the Sixth Naval District Tour- The loss was the 12th of the ComFair Jax "A" 3, VP-18 0
done in the eighth .on Joe wnIiams' ; side intramural softball history
scheduled for July 2023at against three wins for
ney year MARTD 2, VA-44 Cougars 1
:
single and a triple by Bob that a league schedule has been
NAS Pensacola.The stumbling Jax Navy which hopesto Hornets 3, Hospital 0; ComFair
the date called for
Gadson. completed on
team to represent Jax shake the cobwebs in a three- Jax "A" 2, Raiders 1; Pin Dust-
in the schedule.Final .
Navy in the tourney will be game series at Parris Island July Greek also scored single tallies -i ers 3, MARTD 0, and VP-18 2, original

composed of some of the top 13.SEARS in the second, fourth and Cougars 1. Standing

seeded members of the current NEEDED late inning sixth frames plus registering a Also, MARTD 3, Hospital 0; Turn W L Pet.
Administration 15 0 1.000
from Barnes and the
help Jerry
Flier squad plus any newcomers pair in the fifth on only three Special Services 2, ComFair Jax
14 1 .933
two yielded only four hits and VW.4 .
of equivalent experience. "A" 1; Raiders 2, Cougars 1;
singles. FAETU 11 3 .786
faced a total of 25 men.
Persons interested in trying VP-18 2, Pin Dusters 1; VP-18 2,
The loss went to Charles Miles VA-44 9 5 .643
out for the Jax Navy 6ND Hospital 1, and Pin Dusters 2,
with Don Ward taking over the Marine Barrackt 9 5 .643
TIDE TABLEHIGH Raiders 1.
squad are urged to contact mound in the late stages. Infirmary 9 5 .643

Comdr. C. W. Griffing at ex- GREEK OIL'S big inning was LOW In 'an earlier match, the Cougars Air Force 7 7 .500

tensions 213 or 8444 by July 1. the third frame as the Oilmen's A.M. P.M. A.M P.M. of VA-44 defeated the VA- VP.18 5 9 .357

,bats exploded for three runs, Fri. 12:15: 12:54: 6:35: 7:03 44 Hornets, 2-1. It had been VP-35 5 9 .357

helped by Junior Spires' double. Sat. 1:05: 1:47: 7:28: 8:05: erroneously reported to Jax Air Supply 5 9 .357

arines Capture Sun. 2:02: 2:46: 8:25: 9:08: News last week that the match Hospital 5 9 .357

Smokies Braves To Mon. 3:02: 3:46: 9:22: 10:10: ended in a forfeit for the Horn Aircr Maint. 5 9 .357

of!ball Title In ets. VAP62 4 10 .286
Close Stand TonightThe Operation! 4 10 .286

Knoxville Smokies help O&R 3 11 .214
[NATTC League
the Jacksonville Braves close out

I Marine Aviation Detachmentwon another home stand in a 2000 k 1 Golf League Nears

[ the first two games of a game tonight at the Jacksonville

(three game play-off last week to Baseball Park. Close Of ScheduleClosing

I win the second half championship The Braves go on the road pages of the Mainside
of the NATTCenter Softball starting tomorrow night at Char-
I League. lotte followed by a series at Co- Golf League schedule are being
turned, with the race appearingto
MAD also won the first half lumbia.
hi ad down to the wire in a
championship, and now faces Ad- Following tonight's appearancefor 'rrss
.
knot.FAETU
ministration, Mainside titlist, in the Braves at the local park, close
the A1r station championshipgame Red Murffs forces will not be with a surprising 27-
8 when 17 record, is in first place,
tonight at 1930 on Enter- home until July they >
prise Field. open a series against the Macon closely followed by NARTU,
221, -1312'! with the Marine Bar-
.
Teams are needed for horse- Dodgers.Ft.
racks next at 2321%. ,
tournaments
| shoe and badminton
starting soon at NATTCenter.A' Bliss, Tex., will soon have VW-4 holds a 19-17 record

one 'of the most modern bowling f% y J(,(fY(.!' ;S rfrr9 while Hospital, at 9-9, and VA-
Rosendahl 4f
new change in % %f Jr r:fv9 ir.'r.}h4 Fri lr.74 l/ R'/r. ?1/4 ?
centers in the armed services 44, 8i27take up the rear.
Gym is taking place. The weight i -- -
with 20 automatic lanes Theworld's :.;,)r! ', ..%'f:wj:i.{; --- -- -
M :
back = y''rr' i
located in the / < ; :
lifting room + y k A visitor to the Senate, Gal
dressing room will be moved to richest race horse is d Round Table: he has ,won 43 /d 4. .G The little boy watched
the front into the old lobby. .: i ry t<.%ie mail son.
times in 66 starts and made when the session was called to
Anyone wishing to use the :
$1,749,869 Pete Dawkins ex- order. .
weights can check in and out d' 4j\;: \ 'm ""Why did the minister pray for .'
West Point All-America halfbackand BACK IN NICK OF TIME-Charles Miles of Jax Navyslides .
with the Special Services officeat now at Oxford on a Rhodes safely back to third base after an attempted pickoff play all those men, Pop?" he
the Center. from pitcher Jimmy Sears to third baseman Junior Spires who later. tUktld '
Scholarship, hopes to add row barely misted tagging out Miles. The action occurred during "He didn't, He looked
"' he ing to his long list of athletic last Sunday's Greek: Oil-Jax Navy baseball game at Mason /(
"Hell said Satan as over and then prayed
Field won by Greek OIL 8-1. Umpire is E. G. Grant. Jax Narytravels
answered the telephone. achievements. to Parr Island for games July 1.3. country."
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Team Back SALE

Oak Hill-3 bdrm, 1 U bath, hdwd fl,
'
Fla. rm, gar, oil heat, Equity $850. 6606
tarne Ave., SP 14066.
From Trip Ortega Hilli-3 bdrm, 2 bath, 5 mn!
from NAS, Immed ocpy. Call EV 4-3324,
: Lt. H. R. Kirby, VP-5, ext-8334.
.
A Pest Control team from the ::,: Moderate home-$500 down, 3 bdrm,
Disease Vector Control CenterAt r44 din rm, porch, carport, Ortega Hilli. EV-
6-6072, Mn. Gllckman.
NAS J a x visited the Sub- Oak Hill Manor-3 bdrm, 2 bath, hdwd

marine Base at New London, } fit, porch, gar low equity. Mn. Sullivan -
Conn. early this month to SP 14630.
pre- Ortega Hilli-6 rm ranch, Ig rmi, eat-
sent a one-day course on Ship- ''i4Tf.6r;: : In kit, sep din rm, Ig IIv rm, 3 bdrm, 3
board Pest Control. entrances, attach gar, fen bk yd, Inspect
THE SUB BASE classes were anytime. Call Lt.N. G. Diorio, EV 4-2920.
Cedar Hill*-3 bdrm, 1 H bath, cor lot,
conducted
by two members of cement blk conitr, tee at 4523 Harlow
the Jax Disease Vector Control blvd. Equity $500. Call lt (|Ig) W. E.

Center, Charles Hammond, HMC, Richards, SP 11036.

and Robert Hazelton, HM2, sani- Will share home FOR with RENT young couple-

tation technicians with special nice 6-rm house dote to but route. 4523
training in vector control. Edison Ave., off Edgewood Ave.

The course, held at the Schoolof VOLUNTEER STAFF AIDES Members of the recent Near NAS and Cecil Fleld-2-bdrm un-
class of Red Cross Volunteer Staff Aides are shown following furn house, call after 1700.> Sgt Vickers,
Submarine Medicine Tech- Safe Driving presentation of certificates recently. Left to right, Mesdames EV 4-5988.
nique and attended by represen- Jean Landrum, Elizabeth Knight, Alma Harndon, and Mona Couple w.nted-To share home In LakeShore
tatives of tenant activities at New Katzmann Capt. James R. Reedy, NAS Jax commanding officer, with business lady Sarah Pyburn,
London, consisted of three lec- Habits To BeProclaimed who presented the certificates; and Mesdames Marie Nelson, EV 98047.
Newly decor, furn bungalow-bdrm,
Jeannette Abram, Miriam McCauley and Marjorie Coonan. Not
tures, two films and a field per- present for photo was Mrs. Hazel Avent. Staff Aides perform twin bed, conV to NAS, adults, no pets,
iod in which demonstrations were work'' of an administrative nature. call evenings and wk-endi. EV 9.1384,
Alice Corey 3629 Walsh Street.
given in use of hand-operated In an effort to reduce the num- Furn home-3 bdrm, child welcome,

insecticide dispersal equipment.THE ber of motor vehicle accidents $75 per mo. Call Mrs. Davis, BU 2-5295.

LECTURES included involving military and civilian CIVIL SERVICE THIS 'N' THAT
Pesticide Lost-tan & white Toy Collie, wt 9 Ibs,
Safety Precautions; Biology personnel at NAS Jax, the commanding lost May 23 on NAS Jax, childs pet, re
Identification and Control 1 officer has authorized ward. Mrs. Singleton, EV 4-4786.
of Cockroaches, and Control of i the printing and distribution of News In ReviewNo Would like to Join or form car pool to
and from work-from Normandy area.Call .
Stored Products
Pests, (bed "I Drive Safely" automobile
F. W. Brwn, PH1, ext-288.
.
bugs, flies., mosquitoes and rod 1 bumper stickers and safe driving Lost-June 15, set of keys to 60 Ply
Word Yet On Federal
ents.) certificates to persons here wish- : Supporters of the measure are mouth. Key, also other Important keys to

h e traveling Pest Control ing to volunteer. Employee Pay Raise Bill confident they can muster up a shop 99994., house, etc. Mrs. R. S. Maul, EV-

isa new service of the Jax When applied to the rear bumper As the Jax Air News went to two-thirds majority in the Sen- Swap desired-ADI, or AD2, In Jax

IT Vector Control Center, the sticker, with its fiery orange press there was still no word out ate to override the veto. If pass- area desiring duty In Pensacola area.

.. by Comdr. George S. background, serves as a of Washington on the Federalemployees' ed, the pay raise will be effectivethe Commencing normal tour shore duty July
6 at NAAS Whiting Field. Call EV 9-1700,
officer-in-charge. warning to other vehicles approaching pay raise bill now first pay period after July 1, William K. Kennedy, AD2.

team's services are avail- too closely from the on the President's desk. The Wanted-employee with car to loin carpool
able to all from Lake Forest to NAS Jax, hours
ships and shore activi- rear. Several
president is expected ,to veto the Notewt'rthyBills
07301600. Call Seller, 8176.
ext.
ties of the Atlantic Fleet by re- Stickers and certificates will- be bill, which calls for a 7% per- Passed By Senate Unit Riders Wanted-between Murray Hill

I quest. given all persons wishing same by cent pay boost for classified Fed- Not receiving as much publicity, & NAS Jax, hours 08001630. Ext. 437or

their division heads, according to eral employees and postal workers. but generally regarded as note- EV 9-8176 after 1700, Miss Caldwell.
Station safety officials.
Squadron WhitehatTo I worthy, were several other bills Muller NamedTo
approved last week by the Sen- Sgt.

Attend CollegeT. ate Post Office and Civil Service High Position

E. Williams, ATN3, of Pa- Committee. The Committee approved -I

trol Squadron 18, has been nam- bills to: liberalize differ- With ToastmastersInternational

ed among those selected for the entials and allowances of em-
Director for theToastmaster's
Navy Enlisted Scientific Educa- ployees overseas; provide for interchange Southeast Zone is
tion Program. He will enter the of civilian employees
a job with a lot of responsibility
U. of Texas this fall. between posts in the U.S. and
and a Marine sergeant at Marine
Williams has been ordered to overseas to assure employees go-
Aviation Detchment aboard the
the Naval Preparatory School at ing overseas that a job will be
Station has been unanimously
Bainbridge; Md. for a nine-week .} waiting when they come back
elected to the position.A .
refresher course in mathematics, after completing their tour.
physics and English. L The committee has also sched- member of the NATTCenter

uled hearings on the bill to set MarNav Toastmasters club, 1st/
Upon receiving his baccalaureate
-
up a health insurance programfor Sgt. Don Muller was selected, for
after four of
degree years ati retired personnel similar to the job at a recent Toastmasters
study the Waco Tex. native will
r
the one that goes into effect July conference at a downtown Jack-
attend Officer Candidate School,
1 for active employees. sonville hotel.In .
then receive a commission as en-
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sign. attendance at the session

Employees Urged To ,were some 365 members of Toastmasters -
Williams is one of the few men
in the Jacksonville area who met Preserve Documents clubs throughout North
and South Carolina and
Georgia
the strenuous physical and men- Families entitled to survivors' ,
Florida.
tal requirements for this important benefits may find themselves

scientific program. AIR WING without sufficient funds for pro- Muller, attached to MAD Op-
COMMAND
CHANGE-Capt. Robert M. Milner,
(left) Commander Fleet Air Wing 11, reads orders transferring tracted periods while seeking necessary erations and Training, will rep-
For ChileanContinued him to duties as Chief of Staff Commander Fleet Air Wings proof for entitlements, resent the Southeast Zone at the
Drive
Atlantic at Norfolk. Va. Relieving Capt. Milner as Fleet Air simply because employees didn't International Toastmasters Con-
( from Page 1) Wing Commodore is Capt. Charles L. Lambing, (right). The new vention in Atlanta
bother to obtain August 15-20.
,
commander has been with or preserve cop-
FA W.11 as Chief Staff Officer for
States, in appealing to the peopleto the past 18 months and has much experience in the field of ies of personal documents.

help the stricken Chileans, antisubmarine warfare, the Wing's primary mission. He will Most personal or family documents -
stated "The people of the United R.I.hold the reins until mid-August when he leaves for Newport, I I are relatively easy to obtain First Dance Slated

States are appalled at the disaster or replace if both spousesare By NAS Teen Club
that has struck the friendly, living. It be much
hard-working people of Chile Model Of Typhon System Scheduledsuperseded I difficult for a may surviving beneficiary more- Dependent children aged 13 or

The U.S. government is doing The Navy has awarded a $38.5 whose problem is aggravatedby over have been invited to the

all it can to assist the govern- million contract for constructionof the weapons systems limited time and emotional first Teen Club Dance Saturday,

ment of Chile and the Chilean the first working model long- formerly used to identify im- strain. July 9, from 1900 to 2200 in

people in the catastrophe.In range radar segment of its Ty- provements in the Talos and'Tar- Documents most commonly required Building 804.Persons .

addition, I urge all our peo- phon weapons system. tar missile systems. are marriage certificates, attending must have

ple promptly to demonstrate once Named for a legendary Greek Thus, "super Talos" has been birth certificates of employee and submitted a membership form

again the great generosity so hundred-headed monster, the Ty- renamed "long-range Typhon"and dependents, affidavits or copiesof available at the CommissaryStore

characteristic of them," he con phon is designed to provide the "super Tartar" will hereafterbe income tax statements, and Officers' Club and Chiefs

cluded. fleet with improved anti-air cap- known as the "medium-range copies of divorce decrees.All Club. They can mail it to Teen

ability. Typhon. life insurance policies and Club, NAS Jax, or have it with

Young Mother: "Did you see certificates must be surrenderedto them the night of the dance.

the doctor today?" It also has offensive punch for King Arthur: "Knight, I heard obtain the proceeds. Beneficiaries Membership fee is one 'dollar,

New Father: "Yep, just one engaging enemy fleet units and that you have been misbehav{ should be advised to obtain with dues at 25 cents monthly.

more payment and. the .baby belongs beefing up shore bombardments.The {ng." several copies of the death cer- No one will be admitted withouta

to ta.": ,Navy said the Typhon has Knight: "In what manor, SIT?" tificate. signed membership form.