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STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Direct Line To Glyn'c'Put I
Into Operation At Supply i
I The NAS Jax-to-NAS Glynco
1 I cooperation between Jackson-
Transceiver Circuit was officially
ville and Glynco, located in
opened last Friday when Capt.
Brunswick, Ga., Capt. Reedy
James R. Reedy, NAS Jax com-
commended Comdr. W. T. Mac:
manding officer, cut the tradi-
Kinnon. Supply and Fiscal Of-
tional ribbon and sent a "wel- .
ficer of NAB Glynco and his officer -
E3ir come aboard" message to Capt.J. .
\ : and civilian assistants for
T. Moynahan, NAS Glynco
commanding officer. their aid in planning for the con-
"THE OPENING of this new
Also present for ,the ceremonywere
facility is another important step
Capt. Nelson M. Head, Chief
in improving material manage-
c ? : ment and ensuring a more effec- of Staff for ComNab Six;' Capt.
tive utiligation of aeronautical Bernard L. McCreery, NAS Jax
inventories Assistant Supply Officer; F. Ray
supply Capt. Reedy
+ rt Division Su-
said in cutting the ribbon duringa
Arthur Worrell, Ma-
ceremony in Building 110.
> 4 z STRESSING the importance of (Please turn to Page 6. Col. 5))
----*-** WM A*i ww -
James R. Reedy: NAS Jax
commanding officer, pushes
button starting transceiver circuit -
from service NAS Jax to Supply NAS Glynco Dept.
Looking on are, left to right.
F. Ray Forrest, of Supply; Capt. J11X uis I IVol.
Nelson M. Head, Chief of
Worrell Staff, ComNab Supply Six Dept.; Arthur Capt.
NAS Reedy Glynco., and Jim Reynolds, of -
Expanded NX 18 No. 18 U. S. N. A. S. Jac:ksonvllle, Florida 7 ,July 1960
Over Presidential Veto
For NATTUGrand Graded Employees
opening of the NATT- .
Unit Navy Exchange is plan-
ned for Monday at the Ex-
554.change facilities in Building } Pay
The barber shop, laundry and 1200 Federal classified civil service workers em-
tailor shop have already moved A },}F'u' ployed by Navy activities at NAS Jax have received a pay
new spaces, and enjoy boost of 7% percent as Congress last Friday ignored Presi-
. more room, better lighting and ?.
dent Eisenhower's veto with a 74-24 vote.
air conditioning.THE The pay hike is effective the ,
About 1400 classified
S N A C K Bar currently first pay period after July 1, Navy em-
in the Jax will be
operating in Building 554 should which at NAS means that Navy area
effected by the raise
start operating within one weekas employees in graded status will plus many
other Federal workers
a full-scale cafeteria, includ- see fatter paychecks on July 29. I
ing hot meals.In THE BILL gives about one
169 VETOES by Eisenhower -
ANOTHER SQUADRON FORMED Patrol 30 million classified federal
addition to the cafeteria Squadron
this marked the second to be
Joined the, ranks of patrol outfits attached to Fleet Air Wing 11 ployees a 7% percent salary in-
starting on a full operation, a retail as it was commissioned June 30 in Hangar 140 aboard NAS Jax. overridden by Congress. The
store, watch repair shop and Principal speaker at the ceremony was.Rear Admiral Thurston crease. Half a million postal em- Senate approved by eight votes "
portrait studio will open their B. Clark, Commander Fleet Air Wings. Atlantic Fleet, (at ployees get an average of 8.4 per- over the two-thirds majority
doors this Monday. podium.) Commissioning orders for VP-30 were read by Capt.Charles cent boost because of annual
L. Lambing, Commander Fleet Air Wing 11, (seated, step-up provisions.For needed followed House passage
THE, NAVY Exchange's popu- left front). Skipper of the new patrol training unit is Comdr. by a 435-69 margin.
individual workers it means
Leslie T. Barco Jr.VP .
lar Personnel Service facility is Classified employees last received -
anywhere from $225 to $1200 a
also ready, to operate at Building a pay hike in July 1958
depending on present
554. This includes the various 30
ENTERS INTO scales. (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 5))
adds and ends hard to locate in
one place, such as rubber stamps,
laminating service, engravingand AVIATOR TRAININGPatrol
placing orders for flowers.
Squadron 30, a new replacement antisubmarine
Parking for customers of Build- warfare patrol squadron, was commissioned last Thursday
ing 554 will be available directlyin in formal ceremonies held aboard NAS 'Jax. <:#f %a }f*. 4 b.f4j.k
front of and to the west of the Capt. Charles L. Lambing, Com- '
VP-16 from September
mander Fleet Air Wing 11, read .
building, also at the southern end 4:
1959 until this May. : :'qi: f ;:sr;: y.F;
the commissioning order. Prin-
of Building 580 in addition to the VP-30's primary mission will :'.} I ,
cipal speaker was Rear Admiral E< 'vi.r .
be to train pilots and aircrewmenin
Thurston B. Clark, CommanderFleet Ai :i
operation and maintenance of ,
Air Wings, Atlantic. .? }: '
the P2V Neptune and the P5M / 3f"y SJy
Time Limit ASSUMING command as the Marlin and their complex anti-
squadron's first skipper i was submarine electronics equipment.
Comdr. Leslie T. Barco Jr. who THE P2V syllabus will be
E9It's has an extensive' background in taught at the squadron's NAS '
antisubmarine warfare. Jax quarters while the P5M syl-
labus will be held at the unit's
Senior chief petty officers His latest experience being as
Detachment Alfa at NAS Nor-
going up for master chief pro- commanding officer of locally-
motion (E-9) this year must folk.VP30
have at least 12 months in Should Carry Return will have a complementof SOUTH AFRICAN OFFICER VISITS::Col. Servaas-Van
grade as E-8. some 425 persons, with about Breda Theron (left), Armed Forces Attache South African Embassy -
The Funds, MATS Warns 110 of these making up the detachment Washington D. C., is briefed on one of the communication -
one year time-in-grade Washington (APFS) Heavy for seaplane operationsat consoles and radar control scopes in a VW3 "Super Con-
requirement has been expected nie" used by the Hurricane Hunters of Airborne Early WarnHgjj
travel loads caused by Armed Norfolk. Some 150 studentsare
for some time. There was Squadron Four. Explaining finer details of the electronic mar
no time limit for E-8s going to Forces personnel on permanent due in at Jax about the first vels is Ensign Anthony Dominick (seated), assistant public
change of station during the sum- of August. formation officer of the squadron. Center is Comdr. Hal con y'
E-9 last year.Despite mer months have brought a Jacksonville was 'selected as Taylor, assistant operations officer of NAS liaison officer ,\
rumors to the con- Colonel Theron's visit. The Colonel's stop at NAS last We
planning to tioners to carry sufficient cash to of its ability to handle the where he is observing maritime air operations and
year requirement pay for commercial transport increased air traffic, the abundance During his visit here, he met with Capt. James R.Reedy
in effect until the of NAS and toured ,Patrol Squadron Five and the
the return leg of training areas and the
August 1963 E-9 tests. transportation on Traffic Control Center as well as Airborn. Early
of their journey. availability of housing. Squadron Four. ,
Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS 7 July 1960
t'1Jt) ..."S. 'Communism Amounts To A Religion With I
NAS, Jacksonville Soviet PeopleExInternee Declares"Any
Capt. James R. Reedy Commanding Officer
Comdr. Robert Nation Executive Officer thoughts that the Russian people will eventuallytire
Rear Adm. KennetH Craig NAB Six Fleet Air Jacksonville Commander of Communism and revolt against the Communist lead- j'.
Capt. Grayiton H. Weber Chief of Staff, FalrJax ers shouftTbe emphatically dispelled."
Capt. Nation M. Head ?_ Chief of Staff, NAB Six That was the crux of the message delivered to membersof t
Fleet Air Wing Eleven the Civilian Executive Group at their monthly luncheon
Capt. Charles lambing
Command.rNay.1 held last Wednesday at the Civilian Cafeteria.
Air Technical Training Unit
John Rosa ADC, leading chief
Capt. Robert J.
Fleming Commanding Officer ism on the masses, Rosa delved
Comdr. Gerald R. Pearson Executive Officer of Patrol Squadron Five, who
into the Russian's of life, his
Naval Hospital spent 18 months in Russia wherehe
attitude toward Americans, industrial E
Capt. William L
Commanding Officer was interned during WWII, :
Capt. John G. Feder ...,... Executive Officer capacity of the Russian
gave his audience an insight of
NARTU worker education their viewson
the Russia very few, if any, had
Capt. F. H. Holt
Commanding Officer marriage and sex, and hit
heard before. i
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at no ROSA WAS picked up by the hard upon the strict disciplineand :,.
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958. leadership of the Russian
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, Russians with other crew mem- .
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air bers of a PVl Navy patrol bomber military man."Communism
Reserve 'Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital. in May 1944 when the bomber is more than a
Service Information Officer ,___....___ Comdr. Alex N. Mcinnis Jr. political philosophy with the
Assistant Service Information Officer ....._ Andrew H. Pfoney was by the Japanese and "
forced to land in Russian terri- Russian, Rosa declared. "It actually ,
Editor-Gordon Robble' Staff
Reporten-Mae Spencer, JO1 Sandy AAartinion, i
JOSA Sam Bowman, SA. Photographer-Roico Carter, PH3. tory. amounts to a religionavery
The Jax Air Newt It a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material Speaking from personal experiences strong religion. The Rus- f
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit It given. Photographs, with the Russian sian's belief in Communism is
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photograph peo-
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone ex- ple and from personal observa- unshakable. Communism to himis
tensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. tions of the effects of Commun- 'God' and is all-important to
his very being," he stated.
, / NTC' .:M.tf';.,. t.....f,.;.i.<...,i.....lij..<.......:1 1.}\, '.......!A .: I "THE RUSSIAN people," he Chief Rosa
l \j i' : : continued, "believe that Com-
r ( 1 /t' munism is the greatest form of After hours of investigation it
life and it is their duty to teachit was discovered that a simple 15-
Jrtiti: to other eoples of the world. cent gasket was responsible. This
Y:: easily detected by U.S. serv-
Any idea that Communism is effective was
\ \ in Russia because it is icemen in attendance. "There was
: : forced down the throats of the not a soul in that big factory who
;." : people and is only supported by knew what was wrong, or knew
its leaders, is false. True, since how to go about finding the dif-
the revolution of 1918 the people ficulty," Rosa conveyed.
Aviation Electrician's Mate tiI :
K r have, been exposed to nothingbut "One of our Navy seamen, or
School-Congratulations to E. D.
; : the Communist doctrine and even a high school student,could ,
Crisp, AEC, honorman of Class .
i do not recognize any other 'formof have detected the trouble in min-
5943, who graduated from AE"B" '
: "i government. But, they actual- utes and would have repaired,
School with a scholastic average ij_ : ly believe that it is what has or improvised, the gasket. Yet
of 92.4.R. .
'. made their country so great and the Russians were stumped over i
R. Fick, AEC, P. G. Flores, i it thus must be the true way of such a simple industrial problem -
AEC, and A/Sgt. E. W. Huckle- I government." ," he added.DISCIPLINE "
berry are at it again. This trio
DISCLOSING that he was top is a matter off
of Phase III and IV Instructorsat
secret since 1945, secret since routine where the Soviet military
AE "B" are now working on a 1950 and later confidential and man is concerned, according '
Navigational Computer Demon- that he was able to report on! his to the chief. Privates stand at
observations of Russia only recently attention when addressed by
When completed, it should make DISCUSS SERVICE LIFE-Gail Sherman, SN, (seated)) f'- Rosa is convinced thatRussia's corporals and enlisted men quiver -
possible demonstration of intri- NAS Jax Administration, discusses various facets of service
life edge in rockets and mis- in their boots when an officer
compares uniforms and functions of the Wave organi
cacies of long-range search and sation with three members of the Spars, Women's Coast Guard siles is the result of the work of enters the room, the chief ob-
navigational equipment mainten- Reserve outfit, who were here the past two weeks on annual German scientists captured dur- served.
ance. All work should be finished summer training duty. The three Spars, all with previous ing WWII. "Make no mistake about it, the
within one week.C. active duty time, are, standing, from left) Stella Haisien YNlj
Dorothy Scott, SK2 and Phyllis Holt PNT1. "It is inconceivable to me that Army is the controlling.factor'fnthe
W. Tyler, ADl, of SeaFam the Russians knew or now know Soviet Union and this is quite
phase, has issued Senior LifeSaving enough about such things to have evident after you have lived
Benefits Some Go
cards and emblems to C. Stay, suddenly mushroomed as a race there for a while," avowed Rosa.
H. McCourtney, AEC; J, B. Fike, of scientists and; geniuses" he in- On education, Rosa reportedthis
ADl; A/Sgt. J. W. Murry, and When You Retire From NavyWhen timated. "Check back into history : "The Russians concentrateon
A/GySgt. C. L. Johnson (all I and you will find famous three basic subjects-math,
Phase I instructors), and to Pfc. you retire from the mili- reduced retirement pay in several I Russian poets, authors, singers science and languages. The wage
J. C. Lamount of AE "A" Sup- tary service, many benefits that amounts to provide for the con- : and doctors, but hardly any scientists scale for jobs has much to do
port. had been afforded you and your tinuance of specified monthly of note," he averred.TO with determining the Russian's
All of them completed Senior will continue in profession.THE .
dependents force. payments to dependents who ILLUSTRATE the latter
Life Saver's Course given by Ty- : survive. point, Rosa pointed to an ex- RUSSIAN is interestedin
Among are medical care,
ler last Friday at Pool 419. They ample. Production at one of theSoviet's having the nice things of life
celebrated exchange and commissary privi- Election under the Contingency
completion of the
largest industrial plantswas just as you and I. The only way
course by tossing Tyler in the leges, and use of Navy recreation Option Act must be made prior to stopped for one full day he can enjoy the few luxuries, is
your 18th year of service. Your
"drink. facilities. Your retired or retainer choice here should be made after when one of the machines sud- to have a job that pays enough
The NBRA of NATTUnit needs pay is far above that provided by denly ,quit operating. The Rus- money and the only way he can
considerable Counsel of
three slogans and all membersare most civilian employers, especially study. a sians huddled for hours aroundthe get that good job (which is a
urged to submit at least one. reputable insurance broker shouldbe machine and after much deliberation profession the government can
Aviation Ordnanceman School at such an early age. sought prior to making an called in one of their utilize to its benefit) is to qualify -
-Class honors were taken by Some benefits stop though. election under this act. experts. for it through education. He
Class 6009. This marks the third Your dependents are not eligiblefor can work as a mechanic, but he
time this class has grabbed hon- the protection afforded them will work long and hard for a
or class title. e USS Essex Wrests LongHeldTitle few dollars. So, he becomes a
by of active
A modified system of selecting scientist, chemist, doctor, or suchin
From Old USS
honor class and.individual honor duty personnel unless death is ofa Saratoga- order to get better pay. He is
students will be inaugurated in service-connected cause. -- thus forced to acquire the
The aircraft carrier U S S landings.The typeof
the future with more emphasison This means that after retire- Essex has wrested the title for Essex, new record holder education the government laid
discipline records and scholastic ment you should have additional the most arrested landings of made it 98,550 landings on out for him."
marks being a basic part of protection for your family to pro- aircraft aboard a combat car- June 25 when Capt. RichardL. Sanitation and answering the
the new setup. rier from, the old USS Sara- Fowler, the ship's; com- call of nature are a matter of
Best of luck to A/MSgt. Al vide for their support should you
I toga. manding officer, set a VS-39 personal pride and dignity for
Sanfranella, AO "B" instructor, die. The valiant Saratoga could S2F Tracker down on the deck the American. "Not so with the
who is heading for AT School. Savings accumulated prior to do nothing to defend her title with Comdr. Kenneth D. Hel- Russian," Rosa observed. "The
The welcome mat is out for B. and after retirement is another from the bottom of Bikini lagoon sel as co-pilot. Russian men and women fre-
P. Crenshaw, AOl, headed for protection. Not to be overlookedIs where she was sent dur- This mark was set despite a quent the same toilet facilitiesat
duty in Phase' V at AO "A" the Uniformed Services Con- ing post-WWII nuclear tests four-month conversion period the same// time, even in public.I .
Hool and Tom. Atkinson. ADl, tinguency Option Act., yet it still took 14 years to that changed the 17% year found this rather embarrassing
Uo be with AO "B"s Phases I and surpass her mark of 98,549 old ship'from a CVA to CVS. and never could quite get
n. This Act permits selection of used to the idea."
.. .. ,. n. < ".
1 NEW's. 3' 1
7 July 1960 SAX AIR Page
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1 fA",' >t.L .y..J; Ulli i lll&'J I' After-Hours
i .i .W ;' i Electronics
..".. :.::. '; ::' : .. ".'
Hot weather didn't slow down Old
Man Stork In hit deliveries et the Navel Classes EndA
Hospital recently, with 30 newcomers
Born May 20 were Militia Ann, to course in electronics held
James Sneed, ETC, and Mrs Sneed; Brad after-hours for employees of
ley Alan, to Capt. and Mrs. Robert Mac ": '
Pherton, and Katherine Lee, to David the NAS Jax Overhaul and
Grubbs, AD3, and Mn. Grubbs. w- Repair Department has ended
Five births were recorded May 21, Including with presentation of awardsto
Robert Lee, to William Hornsby,
TDR3, and Mrs. Hornsby; Ricky Neel, to persons successfully
Harold Salter, AMI, and Mrs. Salter; John completing the sessions..
William, to William Patterson, AN, and The course was held after-
Mrs. Patterson; James Christopher, to Noel
Reynolds, MAI, and Mrs. Reynolds, and hours two nights a week for six
Michael Glenn, to John Woods, AN, and \ iiiii hours. Classes were held nine
Mrs. Woods. months a year for the past two
Births of May 22 were Eric DeWayne,,
to Robert Munson, AE2, and Mrs. Munson; years.
Jeffrey Lynn, to Oscar Vaden, BT3,'and t The course, which has now
Mrs. Vaden; Juanlta Annette, to Andrew
L been disbanded due to rating
Ratliff, RM3, and Mrs. Ratliff, and Bon.
nie Sue, to Ronald Bennett, AEC, and I changes, was instructed by
Mrs. Bennett. Charles Broome, an O&R inspector. -
Seven tiny tots came Into the world COMPLETE ELECTRONICS COURSE-Capt. Thomas B. .
I here on May 23. They were Robert Cleo, STORMS BEAR Haley, NAS Jax O&R Officer, presents certificates to Overhauland
f to Cleo Decker, DC], and Mrs. Decker; Repair Department employees who successfully completedan Two electronics students also
I Catherine Irene, to Lt (|lg) and Mrs. Francis GIRL'S NAMESIf after-hours training course in electronics. Receiving awards studied in the advanced course,
e McLocklin; George Michael', to George were, from left, W. T. Maloney, W. Crews, A. C. Granthum, L. J.
Warren, QM1 I, and Mrs. Warren; Cathy any hurricanes should Norman, S. L. Mowery and H. Breitmoser. On far right is the an additional six-months train-
Sue, to Michael' Dettinburn, AN, and Mrs. strike land areas of the United course instructor, Charles Broome, also of O&R. Others finishing Ing. Taking the extra course of
Dettlnburn; Michael James, to Elwood States this and wreck the course but not present for the ceremony were A. R. Instruction were A. C. Granthumand
Stafford RMI and Mrs. Stafford year Law and G. Williams.
Jr., ; Carlson C. H. W. S. L.
Frederick Wayne, to Stanley Fogg, EMC, ferocious havoc it would only Mowery.
and Mrs. Fogg, and Terrl Lynn, to William be natural, for they're women. Capt. Thomas B. Haley, NAS
Decker, PR3, and Mrs. Decker. At least Airborne Early Credit Union Announces Jax O&R Officer, presented cer-
Lone birth of May 24 was Sandra
Elizabeth, to Lt (|lg) and Mrs. John Malony. Warning Squadron Four at tificates to the pair, and also toW
Born May 25i Joel Shawn, to James NAS Jax and other weather T. Maloney, W. Crews, L. J.
Brandon, SN, and Mrs. Brandon; Baby experts call such storms "she." 4/2 Percent] DividendShareholders Norman, H. Breitmoser, A. R.
girl, to Gordon Atkins, AN, and Mrs. At.
Carlson C. H. Law and W. G.
kins; Jon Lowell, to John Krause, SKI, And they have girl's names, in the Jax Navy Federal Credit Union will receive ,
and Mrs. Krause, and Lisa Lynne, to James Williams.
too.This for the year 1960 the highest dividend rate ever paid, a
Mock, TD1), and Mrs. Mock. is what 'canes will be
Those born on May 26 Included Jac. whopping four-and-one-half percent, the Credit Union has an-
queline Teresa, to Freeman Peacock, MM), called this year: Abby, Bren- nounced.It's .
and Mrs. Peacock/ Patrick Alan, to L/Cpt. da, Cleo, Donna, Ethel, Flor- also been reported that ,the source of many desirable extras I Scouting I
and Mrs. James Brown Doris Sue, to ence, Gladys, Hilda, Isbell, borrowers at the Credit Union perhaps for a new home, for
' Larry Schonert, CP, and Mrs. Schonert, Janet, Katy, Lila, Molly, Nita, education of your children, for
Richard Leon, to Richard Phillips, AK3, will receive at least five percent "
Odette, Paula, Roxie, Stella, furniture, travel or retirement. VAP VAPOR
and Mrs. Phillips; William Taylor Jr., to refund on all interest paid on
William Hell, ACI, and Mrs.' Hall, and Trudy, Vesta and Winny. loans during /the she averred. VAP-62 welcomes several new-
Terry Lee, to Donald Coontz, AD3, and There's no "Q," "U" or "X" PRIMARY year.of a credit Savings in the credit union are comers: Rodney Whitmore, AM-
this year.Science. union are to encourage its mem- covered by life savings insuranc.. S2; John Symons, PH2; Raymond
bers to save systematically and without cost to the individual., Berard, AA; William Prettyman,
FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION furnish loans when needed at low Savings up to $1,000 deposite AA; William Shireman, PII2; La-
Program interest rates. before age 55, earn life insuranceof verne Peters, AN; James Moore,
an equal amount. A graduat- PH3J Robert Chambers, AMC;
Credit union loans are showinga
l o r A l r Study Grant To fine increase for the year to ing scale is used for deposits Fred Spainhouer, PTC; Pat Low-
user sbnwAs5oCIArION date and are the principal sourceof made after a person reaches age lor, AN; Roy Hawthorne, GMC;
S Local HS YouthRoss earnings from which divid- 55. Peter McDonald, AN, and Ter-
rance Shaw AN.Congratulations.
ends are paid, reports the .local Further details on the Jax Navy ,
.c Miles III, son of Lcdr. Ross CU. Federal Credit Union may be obtained to Margaretand
Miles, NATTUnit Training Fa- "Savings must keep up with from the office in Build- Earl Evans on the recent "
cilities Officer, is one of 30 high the loan demands in order to ing 39 at NAS Jax. birth of a nine pound, six-and-
A joint meeting of "the old and school students in the country continue rendering the fine serv- one-half ounce boy. Earl is an
new" Branch and Unit 126, FRA, selected for science scholarshipsfor ice the Credit Union is givingnow Hostess: "I've noticed your little AD2 with VAP-62.
Board of Directors was held June ," reports Mrs. D. S. Breda, \ brother during the party. He Lcdr. Perry Cofield ended 30
29 at the Clubhouse. Business of work this summer at the U. Credit Union Manager.'SYSTEMATIC hasn't moved from that ,spot. years of Naval service in a retirement -
of Florida. savings of, say Guest: "I know. It's the first I ceremony last week.
the Branch and Unit was dis- Young Ross, who reaches his five dollars a month, will producefor I time he's worn a necktie and he Also retiring from the Navy
cussed and recommendationsmade you a reserve which will be thinks he's hitched to something."
16th birthday July 9, will enter was James Phipps, ADC, piped
for the coming year.
Orange Park High School as a over during morning quarters recently -
The final practice for installa- junior this fall.'Last year, he wasa by Comdr. Charles
tion of new Branch and Unit officers straight A student, taking such Frohne, VAP skipper.
is slated Friday (July 8) rough courses as mathematics, ff Detachment 19 of VAP-62 left
at 2000 at the Riverside Lions chemistry and physics.He for Port Lyautey last week for a
Club, 1240 S. McDuff Ave.
has been studying at the U. spell of aerial photographic as-
Officers of Branch 126 will be of Florida since June 13, working signments.
installed: at a session scheduledfor with another high school scholar-
July 9 at 1900, followed by ship winner under supervision ofa VP-18
the President's Ball at 2100. graduate physicist doing re- Warrant Officer A. L. Eller of
search work. : :6r': a Y 'e3 Patrol Squadron 18 was recently
Presidential Conventions 7MJ appointed ensign in the regular
The scholarships were made Navy.
Started By Minor PartyThe available to 30 deserving young-
joined the servicein
the National Science
first American national : 1948 and served in Atlantic
in effort at
Foundation an encouraging -
presidential nominating conven- the of science City, N. J. until 1953 when he
: made first class
the : petty officer.
tion was held in 1831 by and related subjects in the na-
Anti-Masonic Party which met tion's schools. .. While serving a subsequent
in Baltimore and nominated Wil- : : hitch at Key West, Ensign Eller
Miles is president of the Science
was promoted to aviation electronics -
liam Wirth of Maryland.The .
Club at high school and has received -
mate chief. His warrant
Democrats and Whigs (Re- awards from the Daughters 4'
officer appointment came in 1
fol- of the American Revolution,
publican ) soon :
came to- VP-18 in
lowed suit. In 1832, the former, in addition to being recipient of :. 1958. JQ1i
at their first convention, nomin- the Good Citizenship Award,
ated Andrew Jackson for a sec- Outstanding Academic Award r" .. Breathless
scientist to ratting -
ond term. and an award for perfect attend- :;:
"'" spacemen: "Is there an Ieon
The Republican Party, which ance in school. NURSE RETIRES-Comdr. Mary I. Wolfgang, (left) retired Mars?" r1'
adopted its name officially in Part of the National Academyof last week after a lengthy career in the Navy Nurse Corps. Spaceman: '"Well, there' lit-,
1854, nominated John C. Fremontat Science High School Orientation She was feted at a ceremony in the office of Capt. William L. tIe on Saturday night, it's
Engelman, (right). Naval Hospital commanding officer. Other ; ,
its first convention held in I' Program, the course will last. members of the Naval Hospital's Nurse Corps were present for awfully dead the re the
Philadelphia in 1856. for eight weeks. the occasion. week."
JAX AIR NEWS 7 July 1960
I Columbus I Or No, Transit's Data Says Earth Is Pear-Sh aped I With Toastmasters The I
The Navy's Transit l-Ij navigational -
of the change in height of peri- THE NAVY explained that the power to transmit continuouslyfor I
satellite launched April 01
gee as the satellite made success- existence of this third order term five years.MEANWHILE. Variety was the keynotes
13, has "substantially confirmed"scientific
belief that the earth is ive revolutions around the earth. means that the earth is, roughly, THE NAVY'S Tuesday night's gathering of
pear-shaped (The perigee is the satellite's pearshaped.The newest satellite 1 successfully Navy Civilian Toastmasters at
first position of closest approach to Transit 1-B series of satellites launched recently, marks another Restaurant.Bill .
IT WAS Vanguard I that Karl Hellenthal's
the earth.) is aimed at eventually pro- step forward toward a worldwide -
hinted to scientists the ; was
not the round ball depicted in To pin the theory down, scien- viding a navigational system for all-weather navigational Clearman, in a timely dis-
planes, submarines and future system. sertation on freedom as we knowit
history books, but their theorywas tists found the observed changein
not pinned down until studies perigee could be explained by space vehicles. The newest launching, called in America today, expoundedon
of the Transit satellite's orbit introducing into the equation Small Transit satellites weigh Transit 2-A, was fired from Cape the crying need for libertyfor
computations proved the point. representing the gravitationalfield ing only 50 to 100 pounds are expected Canaveral to achieve a near circular free peoples of the world in
THE PEAR shape of the earth the same third order analysis to be operational by 1962. orbit at an altitude of about his "Liberty, Opportunity of the
was established through a study of the Vanguard orbit. They will be designed with solar 500 nautical miles. 20th Century." Van Norman displayed -
a series of genuine and
Time Running I Traffic Violators historical written before documents and and during papers the
Civil War in his presentation on
Out In Drive I Keep Police Busy "The Civil War;" and Lawton
Green was called upon to deliveran
For Chile AidWith I Here During June extemporaneous speech and
chose to narrate on his trip to
a little over a week remaining _ _ During the month of June, some New York City.
in the emergency solicitation yc 177 tickets were issued by Station
appeal for Chilean Disaster police to violators aboard the Critics, headed by master eva- (
Relief, military and civilian Naval Air Station. luator Bill Cooksey, were John
personnel of Navy activities in Appearing before the Traffic Will, Andy Planey, and E. K.
the J Jacksonville area are encouraged Officers were some' 163 cases, Mcllrath. Steve Walsh was toast-
to make their contri- while the U.S. Commissioner disposed master for the evening and also
14 violations. handled table topics.
butions as soon; as possible.The of
appeal for funds, it is em- Following offenses were committed Next week's educational meet-
phasized, is on a strictly volun- during June: reckless ing has been canceled and instead -
tary basis, with no established driving, six; obstructing traffic, all members are urged to
quotas. The appeal is 'slated to eight; improper parking, 33; fail- attend the 'District Eight con-
be carried out through July 15. ure to stop at stop sign, five; ference to be held at the Riviera
The established "keyman" collection speeding, 37; faulty ,equipment, Restaurant in Lake Shore at 6:30:
system, utilized in all three; inattentive driving, two; p.m.
Federal Service Fund Raising involved in on-Station accidents,
Campaigns, is being used to receive _, ,, 13; involved in off-Station accidents -
-----r-c. '''<<':+:'>:':''''M'w": '? ::> contributions. Keymen are LEGAL OFFICE CHANGES HANDS-Lcdr. Nathan Cole three, and other offenses, NEW 50-STAR
assigned to contact personnel Individually Jr., (left) discusses operation of the NAS Jax Legal Office prior 67. FLAG OFFICIALThe
'in order that each I to assuming charge from Comdr. Alvin C. Johnston, (right) who The Traffic Officer handed out
have to retired from the Navy July 1. Lcdr. Cole comet here from the 75 restrictions; two restrictionand new 50-star United
may an con- Office of the Judge Advocate General in Washington, D. C.Navy's .
tribute. CO; 11 were sent to Traffic States flag now
Even though there have been School, while one other was restricted display, but NAS Jax officials -
various drives for clothing, med- Latest Vessel and sent to Traffic say the Station doesn't
icine and food for the Chileans, School; 23 received warnings; 19 have one yet and won't be fly- (
cases were dismissed 32 were indefinitely ing it anytime in the forsee-
it is pointed out that the peopleof ;
Skips Over'' The Sea able future.
Chile need much, much more. suspended; eight were
Thousands of Chileans were killed sent to the CO for action, and 32 While SecNav Notice 10520
thousands injured and still I. A new craft _which skips over the water on a cushion of air vi61ators were suspended. says the, new Old Glorywithstars
nas been unveiled by the Navy. for' Alaska and Hawaii-
Of the tickets issued during
thousands more made homelessas where it is held captive by con-
Hydrostreak by,its could be flown after last Sun-
June 10 forwarded to other
a result' of the earthquake and builder it differs tinuous sheets or walls of water.
local officials awaiting
volcanic in commands for action, eight were ,
eruptions May. land and water skimmer vehicles THE WATER is scooped from specific permission to purchaseand
The has suffered such visitors, and one was transferredfrom .
in its principle that seals the sea and pumped down with. display them here.
NAS Jax with further
it will take
damage that years to air beneath the craft thus force nozzle bars the
and estimated requiring through on action taken. There were eight At any rate, all national flags
overcome an $500 less ,for underside of the hull. The craft
needed power accidents by privately owned (and union jacks) now being
million is at once to re-
rises and rides the cushion of
on used or acquired under pres-
build. sion.THE vehicles and by government vehicles -
WATER.WALL principlewas air thus built up. five mishaps. ent contract should be used
developed by the Aircraft It is given forward motion both Some 40 tickets are awaiting until they're unserviceable.And .
Division of the Hughes Tool Co., by the water being discharged at disposition. it appears that NAS
ClassifiedFOR I Culver City, Calif., in cooperation an angle and by conventional Jax has an ample supply of
with the Navy. propellors. "Hey, "cried Satan." you/ act 48-star ensigns on hand to fly
RENT According to engineers, size of This, makes for a minimum of like you/ own this place." atop its flagpoles-at least for
Furn apt-bdrm,;, day bed In liv rm, big the craft theoretically is no bar- drag and is expected to make "I do," was the reply," my the time being!
cool,. airy, lolld' comfort, suit, for couple rier to application of the water- high speeds economically attain- wife gave it to me, before I came
and 1 child, tel l, furn. $65. Mrs. Cmwell,
wall principle.A able. "
2864 Olga, EV 72339. here. pVIMfSERWCES/ '
Adults-3 rm furn apt, Lake Shore.: Call very high degree of stabilityin
Mrs. A. M. Leaich, EV 98357.
roll, pitch and yaw is expected
Orange Park-3 bdrm, kit equip, $65 .
per mo. Call after 1600, ,CO 4-9773, W. since choppy water and wave -
2. Tarr. crests should pass through the
House Trailer-8x46, 2 bdrm, lights & water-wall without buffeting the j Sunday, July 10, 1960
water, $85 per mo. Charles Muggins, ____ ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL
SP Venetia 13857.Manor 3 bdrm, 2 bath, Ig llv hull.NAVY SPOKESMEN said this 0830-Service of Worship..
rm, den, sep din rm, kit equip, partialair boat is the first in a series of 0930-Sunday School, three-
cond, dble! gar. Comdr. William L year-olds through adults, Build-
Hudspeth, 4121 Nisida PI., Venetia Manor. being developed by
722 Adult Bible Class
ing ; ,
the Bureau of Ships to evaluate
FOR SALE various of lain Wolfe,' In Small Chapel.
plans supporting vessels -
3 bdrm home In Ortega Hills- 2 bath, 0930...Service of Worship.,
on air cushions to minimizeloss ,:
no traffic, 5 mln from NAS, immed ocpyIf 1100-Sery: ice of Worship.
desired. EV 4-3324, Lt. H. R. Kirby, of efficiency which occurs
1830-Teen-Age, Senior High
VP-5, ext-8334. when craft operate on the sur
Oak Hill-3 bdrm, U bath, .hdwd fl, Fellowships and United Fellow-
Fla. rm, gar, oil heat, Equity $850. 6606 face.Under ship of Protestants, Building 722
Lame Ave. SP 14066. the water-wall concept, and Small ChapeL
Cedar Hills-3 bdrm, 1 1J bath, cor lot, air compressed by a powerful fan \ _ ; C
CB constr, see at 4523 Harlow Blvd.
Richards, SP- is expelled beneath the vessel ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL
Equity 500., Lt (jg) W. E.
11036. 0830 and 1000-Sunday Man.
THIS 'N' THAT City Bus ScheduleIn : *
Lost-June 15, set of keys to '60 Ply.
mouth. Also other Important keys to Slight ChangeThe ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL
shop, house, etc. Mrs. R. S. Maul, EV. "j1 Naval HOIpUal0615Confe'ssions.
9-9994. city bus which leaves from .1 .
wanted-Share driv & expensesto l ::i,,,,,, ,,
Riders O&R for downtown Jacksonvilleeach : ,__,.,,'x.<_>" ''x 0630 Mass.
vw.'m <<<>: X'-''''''''''' -
Ky. by way of, AtlantaChattanooga ,
Hopklnsvllle and Nashville, leave Aug. workday afternoon will NARTU OFFICIAL RETIRES-Comdr. Houlder Hudgins, 0930-1015-Java Club.
'9. Call Mrs. LIllian Hare, ext-8244, or leave at 1540 instead of 1535. executive officer of the Naval Air Reserve Training Unil 'here, 1030-Protestant Worship Serv
is "piped over the side" in retirement ceremonies last week. For
IV 8-1433 after Naval 1700.Academy ring Friday, The bus loads at the ramp at the past 21 years, Comdr. Hudgins has been assigned to various ice.
lott-1961 of bowling alley, bldg. the north end of Hangar 101W squadrons and held many billets which included commanding S S
July 3. 1 In vicinity.Edward Thomas Decker, and proceeds down Wasp' St. to' officer of Fasron 105. During WWII, Comdr. Hudgins participated Christian Sdenc
in the Atlantic Ocean search for the German battleship
I l\\, lM.'tttion' If, bldg.found 9 return or call to ext-486.Lost and. Reward.Found Yorktown Ave. to the Main Gate. Bismarck. H. was first president, the Navy Jax Little League. Tuesday, 1900 Small ChapcLPage
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\ 1060 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5
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fl r fd
In All-Station Softball Tilt ....
Carney Hurls, Hits
t Raiders To CrownThe
name of Walt Carney will be a sure bet for Main-
side intramural "Hall of Fame" honors with the big right-
handed hurler and bat star capping an ultra-successful sea-
",__;___a.p "_''''''''''' _,f''fjlK _.___...: ,'"""__"""' ,, .. son in pitching his Administration teammates to a 12-2 vic-
FINISH UNBEATEN SEASON The Administration Raiders are shown in a victorious mood t tory over Marine Aviation Detachment for the All-Station
[after racing undefeated through 15 games in the Mainside Softball League and then downing the softball title Thursday night at Enterprise Field.
I Marine Aviation Detachment of NATTUnit for the All:Station-championship. Front row, (Left to Nine times during the game
|right) Tom Rabern, Roger Foor, Walt Carney, coach Bob Bier and Bill Fraser. Rear, Ken Veer tons in thq first, third and fourth
[land, Don Cook, Sid Kramer, Tom Kirchoff, Larry Brady, Forrest Lickert and Bob Kilpatrick. Marine batsmen went down on frames while the Marines were
strikes before the crafty offerings -
scoring in the first and sixth in-
TRIP AE Lead of Carney who issued only nings.
Supports one hit and walked just three I
t Administration, which upset
NAJTU Golf men. most all oddsmakers in winningthe
FOR TENPIN TITLE Support Services won the BESIDES making headlines in Mainside title, registered
the pitching department, the for-
first half of the NATTUnitGolf three runs in the fifth and put
Vic Cieplinski, maintaining a 188 average over a five- Tourney. Second half mer Boston College athlete the game on ice by picking up
,ame route, led the VA-44 Hornets to the All-Station bowIng play will start after modifica- cracked a three-run homer, lending six scores in the seventh inning.
championship last week the AE Golds. an assist to the offensive
over tions to the golf course are Bob Williams toiled the dis-
The Hornets had finished on corps.
AE School. completed. I tance for the Marines, giving up
op in a nine-team rolloff following The victory marked the first
Aviation Officers No. 1 fin-
The NATTCenter squad won 11 hits, walking two and fanning
the end of Mainside league time a team from NAS Admini-
ished second in first half com-
the first game only to have the eight men, including Carney
[activity while the AE Golds were Hornets bounce back with winsin petition, followed in this order stration had ever won the soft- twice.
[the last team to represent NATT- Blues ball title. They took the crown
by AE Golds, ,
the second and third tilts of TITLE GAME
Center. The training establish- from retiring champion VAP-62,
the best three-of-five Aviation Officers No. 2 and RildtrsMainside
ment went to NATTUnit desig- event. AO School. which downed AE School for player AI R H E
nation July 1. the 1959 championship.Both Bier 4 0 0 0
R. P. Weber, GFI, NATTUnit -
CIEPLINSKI THE AE GOLDS tied things Brady 4 2 2 0
with a win in the fourth game, Special Services Direc- Administration, unbeatenin lIckert 4 2 1 0
average through the Mainside 875-820, aided by Mike Olle's 207 tor, would like to hear from 15 games, and Marine Avia- Carn.y 4 1 1 0
season to cop high individual 4 1 1 0
honors and who also and 203 by Shaw. Highest effort persons interested in archery; tion Detachment, with a 13-1 Kramer KIrchoff 4 2 2 0
by a Hornet roller was Cieplin- contact him at extension 698. record, won titles in their respectIve p.trlck 4 1 1 0
averages in various city lea-
ski's 181. leagues to earn ,a bid to Cook 4 1 1 0
gues,posted 943 for the five games. Fraser 4 2 2 0
Teammate Paul Busko regis- The Golds won the first game Shell Crew Needs Coach the All-Station game. Totals 36 12 11 0
tered an 898 while Bob Shaw, by 20 pins, 868-848, while the Anyone interested in coachingthe ADMINISTRATION'S Raiders Marines
Hornets took the next pair by Jax Navy rowing crew dur- blood in the Enter- Player AI R H E
with an 883, was high man for drew first Truett 3 1 0 0
855-774 and 862-784. Busko's 207 ing the 1961 season should con- prise Field' tilt, tallying single- Williams 3 0 0 0
was high in this game while the tact Lt. Col. William P. Mitchellat Tonys 3 0 0 0
Flier Fielders losers' highest effort was a 161 extension 8320 prior to July Braves At Home To Face DiCrlo 3 0 0 0
by Shaw. Cunningham 3 0 0
15. Macon Charleston NinesThe Antczak 3 0 1 0
Falter Fast In VA-44 captured the deciding Moheny 3 0 0 0
game by 41 sticks, 846-805, to Father: "So you want to be- Jacksonville Braves returnto Strake 3 0 0 0
succeed VW-4 "C" as AIl-Sta- come son-in-law, do you?" the home tepee tonight to starta Bush 2 1 0 0
PI TiltsThe Totals 0't
tion spring-summer bowling Suitor: "No sir, I really don't. seven-day stand against the
Jax Navy baseball Fliers champion. And, ironically, it was But I want to marry you daughter Macon Dodgers and Charleston
continued their i streak-down- AE School that fell before lastyear's and I don't see how I I can White Sox.Macon Sports
Mainside titlists, also. avoid it." I
ward-last weekend, absorbinga IN ADDITION to Cieplinski's II I starts things with games Slated
triple defeat at the hands of an Banquet
tonight through Saturday with .
943 and the 898 of Busko, other
ungracious Parris Island nine at Hal Glasgow, coach of the dia-
Charleston moving in for a Sun-
VA-44 Hornets scored like this:
mond nine at Camp Lejeune, Monday July 11
PI.The losses dropped Jax Navy'smark Ed Byrd, 809; Red Holland, 842, N.C., guided last year's team to day afternoon game and tilts ,
and Johnny Precht, 739. Monday through Wednesday I Functions of the Gator Bowl
to 3-15. The locals remain a 96-20 record, including the All-
slightly optimistic, however, with Bowling for the Golds were .Marine title For the 10th Association and the long strides
eyes being set on a victory in a Shaw, with 883; Olle, 827; Pete consecutive year, West Point's All servicemen are admitted to 'made by that group will be told
game that was scheduled at Ma- Petroski, 821; Bill Stutheit, 807, I.Water Polo Club has copped the Braves home games for 60 cents to an overflow gathering of Main-
and Paul Sieden, 768. Eastern Collegiate title. upon presentation of ID card. side intramural athletes at the
Tuesday against Tyn-
sports banquet slated for the
dall AFB. No results were avail-
Mainside Mess Hall next Mondayat
able on this tilt. > ,
At PI, Jax Navy dropped an
11-1 opener as Joe Williams was :( George Olsen, manager of the
banged for 13 hits while dolingout Gator Bowl Association, will bea
six featured speaker at the event
walks. Bob Townsend allowed -
only six hits for the win- which is expected to attract par-
ners with Bob Gadson the lone \_ 'r4s ticipants from ,the various squadrons -
Flier man to cross home plate I and
safely ( competed in intramural basket-
In the second game, the Ma- ball, golf, bowling, softball and
rines blasted their way to a 10-2 swimming competition this year.
win. Charles Miles took the defeat Efforts are being made to secure -
'' p. Afr
for Jax Navy. Four PI hurlers Bill Maughn,. a Milwaukee
toed the mound with starter Braves scout, to appear as a
Don Smallwood credited with the guest speaker, also. Chances appeared -
win. The Marine quartet struck good Tuesday afternoon
out 15 Flier bastmen.In that Maughn, would be available.
the finale of the three-game On the bill-of-fare for the
disaster, Jax Navy put on a better sportsman's get-together will be
show, falling 4-2. Don Ward juicy steaks replete with the usu-
gave up only three hits to the al trimmings.
tough PI lineup but teammates Military personnel will be required -
committed six costly errors. Noneof to wear dress uniforms as
Parris Islands' four runs were ..._. ... ... prescribed in plans-of-the-dny:
'- < i/"Kvryx'.v iw'<
'''''(>7'''''''''- 7".y. WN.W.W.' ''' W..N.'m' I
earned.In KINGPINS OF TENPIN WORLD-Providing a five-pronged assault on the maples, this quin- Presentation of team and individual -
fact, Jax'Navy made a totalof 1- bowlers hauled away 'the All-Sfalion Intramural bowling championship last week following awards will be made by
in a''nine-team playoff for Mainside laurels. Pictured are members of the VA-44 Hornets -
22 errors in the three games I which downed the AE Golds of NATTUnii after winning the Mainside banner. Left to rightare Capt. James R Reedy, NAS Jax
played at Parris Island. I I Paul Busko. Red Holland. Ed Byrd coach Vic Cieplinski and Johnny Precht. commanding officer.
6 JAX AIR NEWS 7 July 1960
Let's Give The YoungstersA
A This Summer! : A... '
Schools across the nation have thrown open their doorsto
let the youth of this country have a summer vacation from ta
books and "teacher's looks. j:
It's a time when kids can indulge as swimming.Your 'S
in what one writer refersto children may think you
as "the birthright of every an old "fuddy-duddy" when you
child," having fun. These summer try to give them, advice. It all .; ";?fix,
months are full of unbelievable depends, perhaps, on how you
amounts of fun, too. give the advice.IF .
SWIMMING, hiking, playing, YOU can get across the
bicycling, climbing, running, point that you only want them to +.'t+ J.
jumping, and for older kids, driv- enjoy their birthright, but theycan't "
ing a car all take up most of a
enjoy it from
as wejl a
youngster's waking hours in the '.?. 9r, 11z' i+>. :'Y;>,
summer. wheelchair or grave, you're on
the right track.
But summer is also a time of
tragedy. The big killer to school- With the cry going atound now
age children in July and Augustis of "Teacher's let the monkeysout .;\ 4 .i
drownings. !" it's our responsibility to
COMPLETE INTERNSHIP doctors interning at the
According to the National Safe- keep those lovable monkeys safe Naval Hospital recently completed their tour and received certificates
ty Council no exact figures are from Capt. William L. Engelman, (left) Hospital com
available on what injuries befall to enjoy manding officer. Graduating interns are, from left, Lts. Allen Direct Line
Erde, James McEntyre Lee Van Voorhis, M. J. Moore, Thomas
children in but the
Gravel, and Paul Nase.
Council says drowning takes the Studios have learned that sar- To GlyncoContinued
biggest toll in summer months.
I gassum fish cannot be kept together -
THE COUNCIL reminds' that because the largest will i HOW TO GET YOUR ( from Page_1))
children should, naturally, be in I : chine, Records Division; Comdr.
condition to swim, that they nev- .eat the smaller ones. These can- $ BALLOT ,'E. W. Scantlebury, NAS J a x
er swim alone and that they nibalistic fish' can swallow a fish ABSENTEE Comptroller; Comdr J. R. Bern-
should be impressed with these almost their own size. I ing, NAS Jax Fiscal Officer;
cautions: First lap of the presidentialrace I Comdr MacKinnon, and Jim
however, with voting being done
S w im, only 1 at safeguarded the primary balloting, will there July Reynolds, Control Division Su-
beaches; wait awhile after eating end this month, climaxed by na- 5.ARKANSAS pervisor of NAS Glynco Supply
before you swim; don't swim i tional' party conventions. July 26-Primary will nominate and Fiscal Department.With .
when you're heated and tired; continue primaries are candidates for Senate, House, opening of ,the transceiver -
through September -
showing off in the water, ducking candidatesfor governor, state, county and dis- circuit, NAS Jax Supply De-
other swimmers and crying"wolf' trict offices. Also to be voted on partment will manage material
and local offices
are not done by boys and few state constitution are three legislative proposals. inventories at Glynco and NAS
girls who think before they act, Jax will
changes and other issues. 'Absentee voting allowed all
and, be just as cautious in a boator I absent eligibles who are citizens, perform fiscal accounting, time-
For the services the big
walking along a river bank
keeping and civilian payroll
21 or older and residents of the
now is to qualify as many votersas
state for (six 'months functions for Glynco.
possible for the November
Miss Lois Collins elections. In many states, this in county and 30 days in pre- THIS CONCEPT of operationis
means registration although many cinct.) a part of the joint Bureau of
Selected Supply'sJuly now make this automatic with Servicemen only may use post Naval Weapons and Bureau of
card for ballot application, others Supplies and Accounts Refined
application for an absentee bal-
PersonalitySupply :d/:; #? lot. And in some states, registra- must apply by letter. Marked Aeronautical Support Program,
ballots must be
tion is waived for servicemen.The county called "Rasp.
Department's "PersonalityoftheMonth" I clerk by 0630 on election day.
for July is service voting information I VIRGINIA THE TELEPHONIC transceiver
Miss Lois Collins of Control Div- pamphlet available from your July 12-Primaries will nominate equipment is capable of transmit-
ision. voting officer supplies detailed one senator and ten repre- ting or receiving punched card
Miss Collins, supervisor of the information by states. sentatives. data at a rate of 11 cards a min-
Requisition and Order Section, July primaries are scheduledby Absentee voting allowed any ute.
was selected for the honor because the states of Arkansas, Okla- which
qualified voter who is a citizen, Material requirements
of her record as a super- homa and Virginia. Oklahomahas age 21 and has lived in the state can't be issued from stock at NAS
visor and worker. already held its primary, one year (six months in county Glynco can be passed on to NAS
She's reported to have a keen' SUPPLYPersonalityofthe- I and 30 days in precinct.) Jax via the transceiver,in a mat-
ability to inspire subordinates, I month___ _u is_ _Mils_u___ ___Lois Collins. Volunteers NeededFor Registration and poll tax waiv- ter of a few seconds with Jax
as demonstrated by the fact, the' Veterans Are Advised To Deep FreezeLike ed for servicemen only. Tax may furnishing the materials requested -
average performance rate of her be mailed six months before a that day or the very next
section from July 1959 through I Convert Term Insurance to spend the winter witha general election, registration is workday.
May 1960 was 109.6 percent. Veterans holding GI term life penguin? Have a hankering to permanent but required in per-
insurance should visit the land of The new circuit makes the
policies strange, exciting
Miss Collins developed a wide consid-j son 30 days before election of
second of four in net-
er converting to ice that we call the Antarctic? those not previously registered.Post .
knowledge of materials and
sup- the Veterans Administration announced If so, the Navy is looking for work connecting NAS Jax Sup-
ply operations during five-and- card application is accepted ply with satellite activities. NAS
Additional 'volunteers are
one-half years spent as an aircraft you. from servicemen.EYE Sanford hooked up with NAS
premium rates for needed for Deep Freeze 1961.
motor mechanic and in 12 permanent plans of insurance are Persons from the following rates Jax July 1, 1959.
years with various Supply Dept.
positions. higher than those for term poli- are especially desired: RM2, F Circuits are planned to NS
cies at the same age, the premium CM1, CM3, E02, EOH3, SK2 and to 4 Z Mayport October 1 of this year
rate on permanent plans remains CN. and to NAS Atlanta January 1,
Workweek Of Ungraded the same throughout lifetime of I I If interested, apply at Enlisted
Employees To Change the policy while the rate on term Records Office in the Main Ad- 1961.NAS
Jax Supply also has
Effective August 14, the work- policies increases every five years. ministration Building Room 142. a
week of ungraded employees at These increases are small at the Persons chosen for Deep Freeze telegraphic circuit to NAS Key
NAS Jacksonville is being changed younger ages, but get higher at will report tq Davisville, R. I. by West and is one of seven sta-
tions another circuit
from Monday through Sun- older ages, the VA says. August 1. I
ing the Aviation Supply Officein
day to Sunday, through Satur- ,
day, the Industrial Relations De- GF: Rating To Be Discontinued SoonThe I :.y rK.i4F't tJYr Lgai ZZ Naval Philadelphia activities on with the East major j and
partment has announced.
rating of-Aviation Guided I Gulf Coasts.Graded.
This admipistrative workweek fire control technician (AQ), rat-
Missileman (GF) is to be disestablished -
change affects u n g r ad e ds in
groups Two, Three and Four A. according to BuPers ings.Men now in the aviation guid- Pay Raise
The change is being made to Instruction 1440.25. ed missileman rating: may be
establish a uniform workweekfor This was caused because of i changed to the appropriate em- (Continued from Page 1))
all employees, graded and technological developments ,in ergency service rating of ATN, when they were granted a 10
ungraded, and to simplify time- aviation i guided missiles that ATR or ATS, or to the general percent pay boost. This completesa
keeping and accounting proced- made a separate Navy rating no rating of AQ.Requirements. FETCHER Shapely round of pay hikes for federal
movie starlet Salone Jens,
ures. longer necessary. for these changes workers in the
graduate of Northwestern University area, following an
Any employee with questions Responsibilities for various as well as advancements in rat- at one tim. wanted to average of 18 percent increasefor
regarding this change should re-I phases ,of the rating will now be ing and proficiency pay may, be be the first woman Presidentof some 3500 ungraded, or un-
fer such queries to his assumed by the aviation ord- found in BuPers Instruction the United might States.land the She mOlt certainly classified, workers'at activities at
or. nanceman (AO) and aviation 1440.25.: male' votes. NAS Jax in December of 1959.Page .