Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 14, 1960
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Two of the three Marine The ceremonies were per- This is the Colonel's second guished Flying Crosses and from MCAS Cherry Point, N.
commands aboard NAS Jax formed in a slightly different tour at Jax. He served as seven Air Medals. C., where he served as Op-

get new commanding officers atmosphere than usual. The Commanding Officer, Marine The other change of com- erations Officer.
this month. change of command was held Air Detachment here from mand ceremonies will be held Among his awards, Lt. Col.

On Wednesday, July 13 Col. live at WFGA-TV, Channel 12 1954 to 1957.During Tuesday when Lt. Col. P. R. Avant holds three Distinguished -

Frank R. Porter, Jr., took over in downtown Jacksonville.Col. WWII, Col. Porter Avant Jr., will assume com- Flying Crosses and. 11 Air

as commanding officer of the Porter comes to Jax served in the South Pacific on mand of the Marine Aviation Medals which he earned as a
Marine Air Reserve Training pilot in WWII and
from the Mobilization Plan- Marine Aircraft Staffs and as Detachment, relieving Lt. Col. fighter
Detachment.He during the Korean Confict.Lt. .
relieved Lt. Col. Patrick ning Office at Marine Corps commander of a Dive Bomber W. P. Mitchell.A Cot: Mitchell will reportto

Harrison who has been CO of Headquarters, Washington, D. Squadron.He native of Little Rock, Ark.,' Maxwell AFB, Ala., to attend -

MARTD since August 1958. C. is holder of two Distin- Lt. Col. Avant reports here the Air War College.

Exchange IsNATTUnit

Opened At J1l x' N.

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Grand opening ceremonieswere 18 No. 19 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 14 July 1960
held last Monday for I _
the NATTUnit Branch of the {; .Y.;{::'N.

Navy Exchange. Services P-2 Pay

Capt. Robert J. Fleming,,
NATTUnit commanding officer,,

performed the traditional ribbon }. :'} .: #
cutting ceremonies while officialsof Plans Given OkayThe
the Navy Exchange system

looked on. AI

THE NEW center replaces the armed services have announced plans for awardingP2
NATTCenter Exchange whichwas enlisted. proficiency payments of $60 a month for fiscal

destroyed by fire on June 11,, year 1961.A I pay continuously for at least six
1959. Navy spokesman said some I
months immediately prior to the
The opening marked the begin -y 1,250 men are expected to be date P-2 is awarded.
ning of operations for the Retail' : : drawing P-2 pay as of this These "most critical skills," according -
month. He emphasized that theNavy's
Store, Portrait Studio, Watch Repair I Lt to IIQMC, have not yet
J program on pro-pay been determined, "It is
Shop and Cashier Window. finally
be essentially the it was
same as
planned, however, that approxImately -
The Snack Baif was established in FY 1960, except for the addition 25 will be selected from
several months followed last of P-2
ago, pay. among the 35 MOS's on the group
month by the Barber Shop,, THE MARINE Corps estimated 1 list for P-l awards," it added.IT .
Laundry and Tailor Shops. ; 4 % c $ ': about 1,444 Leathernecks in 25 or
is : \ >( WAS INDICATED that in-
LOCATED IN BLDG. 554, 30 of the CorP's "most critical" troduction of the P-2 program

the new store is air conditionedand k skills will start drawing the ex- may reduce the number of P-l
has modern lighting and .c\ '1. tra $60 a month beginning Jan.I slots awarded during the fiscal

larger spaces. 1, 1961. .
) I year.A
The Retail Store is well stock- ...._..._.__. ..._. .__m Headquarters Marine i Corps Marine Corps spokesman
CHILEAN RELIEF DRIVE AID-The Chilean Relief Fund said those eligible for P-2 rating
said that "due to budgetary limi-
ed with school supplies, jewelry,
VP-16'i total donations jumped come
received a boost and will be personnel in grades E-4
tations funds expended by the
clothing and other items that up percent when Ltjs( ) Roger Tatem, (center) unexpectedly dropped ,
to the present were not avail- by the contribution office and made the biggest donation to through E-6 who have drawn P-l corps for both P-l and P-2 pay
able due to space limitations.The date. Ltjg( ) Bill Whittle, (right) a iquadron keyman stands by in FY '61 may not exceed the
add donated by other VP-16 personnel at Lcdr. Ted
to money
dollar amount originally budgeted -
Snack Bar is expected to Morgan keeps tab on the master cash canniiter. The squadron Sailor, Marine "
Jax-based units of equal size in the for P-1.
all NAS
to lead '
become full scale cafeteria in expects
a Chilean Relief Drive.'SHAPE. Take, AE Honor The Army has been authorized 'I
the future.
of Defense to
the Department
Joseph Janos, AEIA, of New by
UP OR OUT'NAVY York City, and L/Cprl. Allen program P-2 proficiency ratings
Bible School Cramberg of Tulsa, Okla., won at $60 per month during FY '61 I
so as to have 7,000 enlisted per-
/Is UnderwayThe TELLS DOLTSThe honors ian's Mate at School Aviation last Electric-week. sonnel in P-2 status by June 30, I

annual daily Vacation They were top scholars in 1961. I
Bible School got underway Navy is starting another campaign to weed out the graduating class of July 1. The Air Force reported that I
Monday in the NAS Jax Sun- persons whom it considers below minimum standards for Janos has been transferred to some 8,333 airmen will be drawing -

day School Building and at the service, reports Navy Times. UtRon 8 while Cramberg has the extra $60 monthly by the
end of FY '61 in about 25 or 30
All Saints Protestant Chapel. The decision as to whether or sailors "not up to snuff" the Navy not yet received orders. critical skills.uu.h..
The school is scheduled to
meet through Friday of this not a Navyman gets the heaveho feels it should result in a sav- ., ... _
is now being left up to dis- ings in manpower and money as
and also hold classes
week cretion of commanding officers.In well as helping to improve the
Monday through Friday of the past, COs had no choicein I quality of the Navy's enlisted
next week, with final sessionsset .. ,..
the matter.IN structure.A : '
for July 22.
Station buses marked "Bible THE FIRST war against person's records should be
School" are making stops in dullards in the Navy, the service carefully reviewed "to preclude
the Gold Coast, Dewey Park had set down minimum require- injustices," says the Navy, to
and Station housing areas to ments which, if not met, meant make sure only those nonratedswho
pick up children beginning automatic separation for those don't meet the new mini-

about 0820 each morning.The falling below standards.In mum standards are released.

buses start the return BuPers Instruction 1910.11D, Target of the campaign at *

trip at 1140. which sets down ground rules in weeding out dullards are non- 1"s 7
the campaign against sub-stand- petty officers who have a 10th : ; )

MDBS Payments Due ard sailors, the Navy says that grade education or less; have a

Mutual Death Benefit Society commanding officers are "author- GCT of 41 or less; are a burdento :.
ized and encouraged" to separ- the command; are not poten- ;
reminded that As-
members are ate those non-petty officers who tial petty officer material, and
sessment Nos. 137 and 138 are fail to meet some basic stand- who have an overall trait average -

now due.Payment. ards. in performance evaluation y) mNp .
of $2.20 for the com- The new rules do not apply to marks of less than 2.7. A BANNER DAY Was what it was for the NAS Jax
Supply Department July 5 when Rear Admiral J. M. Lyle.
bined assessments must be paid rated personnel, who appear safe THE NAVY previously re- (left) commanding officer of the Aviation Supply Office In,t'"
the mandate. In the earlier the ,.) t('
of business July 21. from Philadelphia made a Ti.lIto local Supply department.
by close campaign, petty officers along leased persons who had a GCT of CUlling work here with the Admiral is Capt. J. J. D ** '
Checks or money orders shouldbe with non-rateds were the target. less than 41 regardless of what (at desk) new NAS Jax Supply Officer with Cap yL.,
made payable to Employees' McCreery., Assistant NAS Jax Supply Officer lot -
Mutual Death Benefit Society. BY GETTING rid of certain (Please turn to Page 6. CoL 4)) I miral Lyle was here on a routine famWarbatloTWO -4is S

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Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS 14 July 1960

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dO S :"I'', ... ..r>:",,,r J2U.INl:!i, ,.. } CIVIL SERVICE

fi ,. .

NAS, Jicktonvllk Sunday, July 17, 1960 News In ReviewPer
Cept. James R. Reedy Commanding Officer
Comdr. Robert Nelson Executive Officer ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL I
NAB Six FI... Air Jacksonville 0830- Service of Worship Diem Rates Reported guaranteed them by the Lloyd-
Reer Adm. Kenneth CraIg i Commander 0930-Sunday School, thret- LaFolette and Veterans Prefer-
Capt. Greyifcm H. Weber Chief of Staff, Fairfax year-olds through adults, Building Gaining Congress OkayPer ence Acts.
Cipt. Nelson M. Heed Chief of Staff, NAB Six ,
Fleet Air Wing Eleven 722; Adult Bible Claw, Chap- diem rates would be increased Of course, if an employee fac-

Capt. Charlei L lambing Commander lain Wolfe, in Small Chapel. from $12 to $15 a day ing charges wants to resign and

Comdr. T. C. Deans ____ Acting Chief Staff Officer 0930-Service of Worship. under a bill approved by the is not pressured into it, such a

Naval Air Technical Training. Unit 1100-Service of Worship. Senate Government Operations resignation is perfectly proper.
Capt. Robert J. Fleming Commanding Officer has *
Comdr. Myron K. Smith Executive Officer 1830-Teen-Age, Senior High Committee. The bill already
Naval Hospital. Fellowship and United Fellow- passed the House and Senate approval O'seas Allowances Act

Capt. William L Ertgalman Commanding Officer ship of Protestants, Building 722 will send the bill to the
Capt. John G. Feder _____ __ Executive Officer and Small ChapeL White House where the Presidentis Expected To Pass Soon
NARTU e e The Senate Civil Service Com-
e to it.
Capt. F. H. Holt CommendIng Officer approve
the Over-
mittee has approved
The committee did not increasethe
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jackionvllle, Florida at no 0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass.e mileage travel allowance seas Differentials and AllowancesAct
xpenie to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958. e e and the bill is expected to be
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, from 10 to 12 cents as was pro- this week or next. It gives
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL vided in the House bill, but did passed
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital. Naval Hospital provide that the government must Defense and other agency workers -

Service Information Officer ._ Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnla Jr. 0615Confessions.0630Mass. reimburse employees for parkingfees. overseas the fringe benefits

Assistant Service Information Officer _,._..- Andrew H. Ptoney foreign service personnel now

Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporteri-Mae Spencer, JO1; Sandy Martinson, 0930-1015-Java Club. C e get.The
JOSA; Sam Bowman, SA. Photographer-Roicoe 'Carter, PH3. 1030-Protestant Worship Serv- bill provides:
Civil Service Unit Votes
The Jax Air News It a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material ice. Quarters or allowance in lieu
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit la Promotion
given. Photographs e Greater Raises of quarters is continued as now
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photographs.
Christian Science The House Civil Service Com- Reimbursement is
Editorial offices located In provided. pro-
Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone ex-
tensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. Tuesday, 1900 Small ChapeL mittee has approved a bill to give vided for employees' who have to

greater initial raises to workers do repairs to make quarters hab-

Wage Survey i' promoted to higher grades. The itable. Authority is provided for

...,,....J; ,;yt S M1 P x.2 bill would give workers two add- advance payment of all allow-
itional step increases over the ances.

Being Slated ::.i > raises they now receive. Cost of Living Allowance: Bill
The bill is not expected to be makes permanent the authorityto

For DecemberA approved by Congress this year, pay C-of-L or postallowancesand
but its approval by the committee -
to pay transfer allowances;
full scale wage survey affecting ;;;;{ : is encouraging. adds separate-maintenance allowances -
ungraded employees is *
when a family must be
tentatively planned for this "'
Forced Resignations May maintained away from the post i,
December of this year, it has
been revealed by the Area Wage .t't. Come Under ScrutinyThe of assignment; allows for trans
of dependents to
portation U.Sj
and Classification Office. practice of forced resig-
for schooling.
This full scale survey, if it fol- '? nations of Federal employees is
lows past practice, will be con- being investigated by the Civil Storage: Government pays for]:' t

ducted by an Area Wage Survey Service Commission, the Federal storage of household effects dur-

Committee, the announcementsaid. Employees' News Digest reports. ing time overseas.

This committee will be con- y 1-; uonaa The Federal courts in several Shipping: Net allowable weight
vened under instruction from the I increased to 7,000 pounds.
; ., recent cases, according to the Digest -
Office of ..
Industrial Relations and
< have held that if an em- The bill also will provide authority -
will represent the Naval activi-
ployee was pressured into resign- to ship privatelyownedcars
ties in this
area. ing without being given enough and to pay shipping costs ofa
During the of the
course survey, time to consider what to do, he replacement vehicle after four

all and have employees the opportunity will be to notified com- _m........ .m__ ...........n.m.mn".m.m" was entitled to get his job back. years, and will provide home I

ment regarding the firms which NEW DENTAL OFFICER Capt. Jesse V. Westerman, Until now, the Civil ,Service leave of one week for every four
will be (right) new Dental Officer at NAS Jax, discusses administrative Commission has taken the posi- months of total overseas service ,
contacted and
the ratingsfor procedures with one of his aides, CWO Lester Cun- tion that an employee who resigns after 24 months overseas. This is
which wage data will be ningham, Dental Department Administrative Supervisor. Capt.
gathered.The Westerman relieved Capt. Macy G. Martin and comes here from whatever the circumstances in addition to regular annual

upcoming survey also dif- duty .with the Bureau__of Medicine_ _and_ Surgery in Washington. cannot appeal the resig- leave; and allowances-but not
fers n nation. Now, however, the CSCis differentials-continue to be ex-
from the two
past wage
studying the entire situationand cluded from income tax.
change surveys in that partici- Westerman
Capt. plans in due time to formu-
pating firms will be visited by
data collection teams to definitely late a policy on resignationswhich Panhandler: "Will you give mea
ascertain will embrace the Federal dime for a cup of coffee?"
job comparability and
to gather wage data of rates paidto Charge At NAS DentalCapt. courts' general policy on the sub- Pedestrian: "No, I don't give

employees in comparable Jobs. ject and tend to strengthen em- money to people on the street."

ployee rights. Panhandler: "What should 1 do,
As a result of the last wage Jesse V. Westerman succeeded Capt. Macy G. Mar-
The point is made, relates the an office
survey taken, some 3500 ungraded tin as the Dental Officer of NAS Jax recently.. open
e e e
that if
even employeesmay
or blue collar workers at NAS Capt. Westerman who began his
Jax, received a pay hike averag- Naval career in October of 1936is Harbor with ADDU ComSubPac. be unsatisfactory or guiltyof Crazy Quiz: What has eight

ing 18 percent last December. from St. Louis, Mo., where he Before coming to Jax,. he specific charges, they shouldbe legs, two arms, three heads and
separated under dis-
regular ?
attended St. Louis U. and Washington wings
spent eight at BuMed in
years missal procedures that Answer A horseback
so they : man on
U. in St. Louis. He also
Marines May Reduce attended Harvard.HE Washington. can have the procedural rights carrying a parakeet.r .

Tours In the Far East
REPORTED for his first
The 15-month nondependenttour duty as Assistant Dental Officerat Amended Pay Schedule Graded
of duty now served by Ma- Employees
rine Corps personnel in the Far Naval Training Station, Norfolk -
East may be reduced as much as Va. Other assignments include -
two months.A USNH, Charleston USS Period
; Effective Pap Beginning 10 July 1960

Marine Corps spokesmansaid Augusta, 1938 to 1939; Marine GS.1 .... ,....... .
here that Headquarters has $ 3,185 $ 3,290 $ 3,395 $ 3,500 $ 3,605 $ 3,710 $ 3,815
been working on just such a pro- Detachment, American Embassy, GS-2 ........." ... 3,500 3,605 3,710 3,815 3,920 4,025 4,130
gram for at least six months. Peiking, China, and MCRD, San GS-3 .....,...., .... 3,760 3,865 3,970 4,075 4,180 4,285 4,390

Gen.Commandant David M. Shoup is known, Marine San Diego, Cailf. GS-4 ."..""....... 4,040 4,145 4,250 4,355 4,460 4,565 4,670

favor Corps the move. Soon, after tak-to Capt. Westerman has also been GS-5 ................ 4,345 4,510 4,675 4,840 5,005 5,170 5,335

ing over the reins of the Corps assigned to the 2nd Marine Brigade GS-6 ..............:. 4,830 4,995 5,160 5,325 5,490 5,655 5,820

last January he indicated 15- and 2nd Marine Div., Naval GS-7 ..........".... 5,355 5,520 5,685 5,850 (,015) 6,180 6,345
months was too long a tour and as-8 ................ 5,885 6,050
said he would try to reduce it. Training Station, San Diego, Calif., 6,215 6,380 6,545 6,710' 6,875
The Marine Corps could offer and the USS Detroit. as-9 .............. 6,435 6,600 6,765 6,930 71095 7,260 7,425
no time-table for such a plan to as-l0.. .....,,'.. GJ995 7,160 7,325 7,490 7,655 7,820 7,985

go into effect, but said the program "- FIVE YEARS of his career as-]] ...."".."".. 7,560 7,820 8,080 8,340 8,600 8,860 "..,.....

"is actively under study. I were spent while assigned to the GS-12 ....... .. 8,955 9,215 9,475 9,735 9,995 10,255 ........,.

Jf sad for a girl to Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, as-13 .,......."..". 10,635 10,895 11,155 11,415 11,675 ]],935 ..........

Truism the: where men consider Navy Department from 1944 to I GS-14 ................ 12,210 12,470 12,730 12,990 13,250 13,510 ..........

reach age charmless, but tf* 1949 and a year at Harvard U. as-15 ............".. 13,730 14,055 14,380 14,705 15t030 .......... ..........

her to attain the On January 1, 1952, Capt. Wes- GS-16.............. 15,255 15,515 15,775 16,035 16,295 .......... ..........
worse for a man consider him terman was promoted to captain as-17 ,,,............. 16,530 16,790 17,050 17,310 17,570 .......... ...........

age where girls while at Submarine Base, Pearl GS-l8 ................ 18,500 .......... .......... .......... .......... "......., ..........

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14 July 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

NATTC.; You May Lose OutDon't Underwater

Hesitate On Historical ReviewPersons I

I Vehicle Put

who are waiting un- tivity. When we leave that activity man of the Service Informa-

/ \ til the 20th Anniversary Historical we must know how tion Office. "However," he On

l and Pictorial Review is many persons want books so continued, "we cannot alter DisplayWashington

published before purchasingthe that we may begin our print- the publisher's policy which .is

.:- -- book may find themselves ing early enough to meet the one solicitation period and one (AFPS) The

without a copy, it was revealed deadline." only." Navy has publicly displayed a

It is out the Serv- controlled undersea vehicle -
here this week. pointed by remote
Aviation Electrician' Mate However, it was learned that
ice Information Office that the built to the floor of
of The Army and Navy Publishing study
School A new "course personnel in units that have
study" is being assembled by AE Co., publisher of the already been photographedstill book differs from the usual the sea for prolonged periods of

"B" School for improvement of book, has announced that itslongstanding have time to order their "cruise" books in that it will time and at great depths.

that school and for the produc- policy is to books, but must do so before not only contain photographsand The new device, called Remote

tion of better trained men for print only enough books for the c r e w leaves the base, copy of activities aboard Underwater Manipulator RUM)

the Fleet. those who order them from which is expected to be before the Station, but also will have was developed for the Office of

Congratulations to Charles the beginning."We August 1. photographs and informationof Naval Research by the Marine

Curry, AEM3, of Class 6013, this cannot speculate on historical'value that had not Ph y sic i a 1 Laboratory of the
numbers in printing our "It is understandable that been made available in such a
mark of
week's honorman with a Scripps Institution of Oceanography -
books," a spokesman for the some persons may be a little manner before.
87. D. W. Stroub, AN, of Class at University of California. -
6012, was honorman student last publisher said. "We make one hesitant about buying a book This book will serve as a .
pitch to personnel for pur- that they have not seen and real memento to those people
week, compiling a 96 average.
at depths
wish chase of the book and that is would rather wait until theysee stationed aboard, and will gainin RUM can operate
All hands speedy
down to feet the Navy
20,000 ,
to the following during the time the photo- what they are getting for value as the years go by,
currently -
recovery said and maintain a speed of
in the hospital: AE "A" graphic crew is visiting an ac- their money, said a spokes- it was emphasized. three m.p.h. where level bottom

School Phase II Supervisor CWOS. soil conditions permit.It .
A. Swan; E. M. Forbes, AE1 of q
Phase III; A. J. McKeon, AEC, of : can maneuver and operateon
Phase I and II, AE "B" School; /lAB, !Il11/1/I/ 1vL := : grades of 60 percent and is
; t capable of climbing a vertical
M. R. Holman, AE2, and J. R. !
obstacle 12 inches in height.
iv..IIIBorn :
Webb, AE1. : :
A welcome board is extendedthe The tracked vehicle, with its

following new instructors: June 3 were Robert Glenn, to mechanical manipulator in placecan
W. B. Cantrell, PFC, and J. N. A/lc and Mri. Frederick Pike; Faith Marie carry a payload of 1,000
Cambe, AEC, both with Phase II to Edward Frost, A02, and Mrt pounds. Without the manipulatorthe
Frost, and Lorry Ann, to Clayborn Win-
of AE "A" School. frey, ATI, and Mri. Winfrey. t :g: r payload increaeses to 2,000
Aviation Ordnanceman'i School Births of June 4 were Kevin David, to o / pounds.It .

Class 6013 came out on top ina Frank Glcalone, AMC, and Mrt. Gicalone, .... : v ( was explained that the
Mary Lou, to Henry Cox, TDC, and Mra. :
close race for Honor Class this Cox, and Dale Robin, to Robert Shoe manipulator is a stainless steel,
week. maker, ET2-P1, and Mri. Shoemaker. i electro-mechanical arm which
Honorman for the week is J. Born June 5t Terete Celeste, to Lt (i lg( ) 1- simulates the same movementsas
and Mri. Frederick Eckert, and Tony Lave, 4
W. Payne of Class 6013. Not onlyis
h.Yt the human
to SP4 end Mrt. Charles Davtt. arm.)
he a sharp sailor but his Four tiny tots came Into the world
date is Included Arthur, to The RUM carries four closed
scholastic average to a Jun. 6. They Jeffrey L t zrfr
classy 85.4 percent. Lt fig) and Mrt. Barton Willlami Rory, 1 to r circuit television cameras capable
Francis Colbath, A02, and Mri. Colbath, I f of withstanding depths down to
Phase VI of AO "A" School William John Jr., to William Cahan, AN, LJ 36,000 feet and can be operated
welcomes J. E. Printy, AO1, and and Mrt. Cahan, and Terri Rene, to j,
and MrtThompton. __ w r: I by remote control by an opera-
J. E. Grubbs, AO1 to the instructor Thomas Thompson, ADR3, HI' .m
CROSS COUNTRY HOP-R. K. Schall, TD2, of FAETULant tor on the surface.
staff. Eight births were recorded at the Naval Detachment Two, (right) is at the control board giving instructions -
The school paper, Extra Credit, Hospital on Jun. 7. They were Coleen and navigational problems to Lt. P. J. Weitz of VA-44. Two of RUM's motors are com-
goes under a new editor next Rote, to Ernest Mackinaw, AGC, and Mrt (left) as the latter takes a simulated cross country hop in a pletely immersed in oil and independently -
week as D. H. Fenguson, AOC Mackinaw; John, to Andrew Poligo, EM3., 2F23 basic instrument Jet link trainer at FAETU. VA-44 has drive the vehicle'stwo
and Mri. Poligo; David, to Claudio Martinez incorporated these link trainer hops into the training syllabus
replaces CWO H. P. Mallory. AE1, and Mri. Martinez; Scott Elton of the squadron. tracks.
Upon completion of Phase IV to Gene Roy, ATI, and Mri. Roy
the AO "B" student enters whatis Timothy Patrick, to Lawrence Sager, AM-
52, end Mrt. Sager Paul Victor, to Alex .
the phase of the TRAINERS
now longest ander Varga, CSSN, and Mri. Verge Elmer FAETU LINK
school, Phase V. Here the stu- Daniel, to Franklin McDonald, CS3, .1
dent gets 236 hours of instruc- and Mr,. McDonald, and Jerry Scott, to
tion on Air Launched Weaponsand Gerald Ellig, AE2, and Mri. Elllg. OFFER SIMULATED HOPS
Munitions. Kelly Ann, daughter of Donald Glover, .
AK1, and Mrt. Glover, led the parade of
Heading up the phase are CWO six births on June 8. Pilots who fly for units Most any hop can be flown in toward instrument flight time.
Mallory and E. L. White, AOC. Others born this date Include John stationed in this area can
Charles, to Lcdr. and Mri. AnthonyD'Angelol about one-and-one-half hours,, The link training center 1 sunder
The phase is considered one of Mark Anthony: to A/Sgt. end take a hop across country and on a simulated crosscountrybasis. direction of Comdr. J. F.
the most difficult, as well as the Mri. Saucedo Jon Patrick, to Lt. end Mri. without even leaving Jack- McGuire, officer-in-charge of the
lengthiest; at the school. Everett Rollint Jr.; Janet Clair, to Lcdr. sonville.
and Mri. William Rau, and Robert Eugene odd of circumstance FAETU has six 2F23 basic instrument local FAETU detachment, assisted -
This piece
First part of the course is on to Ribert D'Amico, RDI, and Mrt. jet link trainers ando by Lt. R. A. Barringer, Train-
munitions, including bomb fuses D'Amico. happens several times daily as n e 2F25 multi-engine prop ing Aids Officer, and Ernest Tay-
Guided mis- the list two births pilots, both fairly new and veteran -
and pyrotechnics. Rounding out were lor TDCS.
trainer available for scheduling,, ,
siles come next with special wea- of June 9. John Michael Jr., to John aviators, get checked out in
and mines completing the Zayac, ADC, and Mri. Zayac, and Timothy one of the Link Trainers at according to Jim Roberts, TD3.If Besides i Raus and Roberts,
pons lynn, to Ronald Boiwell, AMH2, and of the trainers
FAETULant Detachment Two in more than one eight other tradevmen maintainand
phase. Mrt. Boswell.DX
Building 168 at NAS Jax. are being used at the same operate the link trainers.

rl .:d09.?y7R 9oY'Y'MlgrRriy rigs} ia : LINK is the .hooded time, the link training center hasa
r THE FAETU IS also kept busy with
mechanism is which i a pilot stacking desk which it puts various other tasks aboard the

learns, or brushes up on, flying into use. Station. The detachment is

krA: y,4iffr.n;%H,, with instruments while safely APPROACH control facilitiescan charged with upkeep and operation -
grounded. be realistically simulated. of the ejection seat and
9.$ Eat: : i.Pvf:+
vl :. .: fhc Personnel at the link training Sometimes as many as five flightsare low pressure chamber at the
: *
center here report that not enough going at once and the stack- Mainside Dispensary; the Dilbert

*_ 4V.1 aviators are availing themselves ing desk operator, a tradevmanlike Dunker at the Indoor Pool; ASW

of the opportunity of using the rest of the instructors trainers at FAW-11, and various
these trainers. there, directs all five pilots to a' classified devices.

; safe instrument landing.
v: The links are for use any weekday The group also maintains a

L 9. .......,... for hops from 0715 to 1525 Many problems, such as sev- massive film library which con-
} N.y. for any pilot aboard the station, ere weather conditions, can be tains some 3500 technical and
the in the links by
given pilot
t. either on a squadron or general interest Navy films. So
:' basis. The only catch is that the operator. However, emerg- up-to-date is its inventory that

? the hop must be scheduled. This ency procedures like a flame out the film catalogue must be
". sup-
and low fuel state, cannot be
easy task can be accomplished by
I plemented every quarter, reports
and asking simulated.
phoning extension 423 -
:T 1:;; for Links, reports Richard Most commonly covered dur- chief Taylor.
t.,. ., .
..l: z.::: "...:;:. ,:i?;::': in a link
._ :ht "'$:>1F'" Raus, TD2. ing a pilot's tenure FAETU also operates and main-

MAD CHANGES HANDS-Congratulations are forthcomingfrom IT'S REPORTED that a majority trainer are problems of naviga- tains the F9F8T and A4D operational -
Lt. Col. William P. Mitchell, (left) as he prepares to the trainers tion, climb out and approach
of using
remove his desk sign and make room for Lt. Col. P. F. Avant pilots voice mobile link trainers at
Jr. to take over as commanding officer of the Marine Aviation hail from Attack Squadron 44 procedures, and simulated the NAMTG building here. Also
Detachment at the Naval Air Technical Training Unit on July which has a syllabus set up as procedure. ,
19. Lt. Col. Mitchell will be transferred to Maxwell Air Force part of an aviator's replacement PILOTS ARE graded for each two P2V trainers are expected. to

page Base 1.in Alabama to attend the Air War College. See story on training. link hop and credit given them arrive here soon. .

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(The Jax Air News Is prohib-

Camp Lejeune N.C. Con- ited Defense Department reg-
ulations from listing commercial
struction was scheduled to start advertising.Ads .

early this month on an ultra-I In this column are limitedto

modern, 800-pupil Camp Lejeune housing, for rent and salerooms

Jr.-Sr. High School.To lost and found items aid
miscellaneous (such as rides
cost $1,227,754, the school wanted and swaps In duty assignments -

will have 32 classrooms, library, ).

lunch room and kitchen, two No ads are taken, by phone, all
must be submitted personally
music rooms, special 'educationroom by mail. The Jax Air News reserves -

an audio-visual area, stu- right to edit all ads.

dent activities room, administrative Deadline for ads each week is
Tuesday 1200)).
offices and a multipurposeroom
with stage, showers and i FHA Financed Home-3 bdrm, 1 1J bath,
locker facilities. fen bk yd, hdwd firs, $1500 down.
Wheaton, EV 46144. '

.: Ortega Hills-3 bdrm, tile bath, din rm,
NAS West, Fla_A two-
Key Iq liv rm, fen bk yd, 4J% GI loan,
,year beautification program has $71.50 per mo. $13,000, assume equity.

begun paying off Graceful palm I Lt. R. 1. Smith, EV 4-5217 or NavHos,

and shade trees surrounded by .. ...... .<. .' N_ ..._ ............... ,...,.."..."'..._..n__ ext129.
I Jax Public Orange Park-4 bdrm, 2} bath, Ig Fla.
PUBLIC WORKS EMPLOYEES FETED Outstanding employees of the NAS
neatly trimmed lawns have replaced Works Department were honored for the months of May and June at a coffee given by Capt. J. I rm, 2-car gar, Ig lot, fen, 3 ml so NAS.

barren coral beds aroundthe Henry Elter Public Works Officer, last week. The informal coffee sessions are held monthly to CO 4-9361 or ext-8374, CWO J. Matluk.

station area. enable Capt. Etter to recognize outstanding employees and also for him to get better acquainted Cedar Hills Estates-3 bdrm, 2 bath,
with his civilian personnel. Front row, (left to right) are Fred von Eberstein, Leadingman of Fla. rm, kit, Ig liv rm, gar, fen bk yd, dn

NAS Christi, Tex. Transportation Division Oscar Kohler, Maintenance Laymon Colhern Utilities Division, and pymt $1,500, $86 mo. SP 1.3205 or exf-
Corpus 268.
Huntley Cox, of Engineering. Rear, Capt. Etter and Robert Travis. Construction Inspector for
The 1960 Navy Relief Festivalwas ROICC. Ortega Hills-3 bdrm home with pool,
15300. EV 80587.>
- deemed. a whopping- success., Cedar Hills-CB eonitr, 3 bdrm, 1 11 bath

Despite a 25 percent drop In per- Five At Public Works FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION house, Equity $500, cor lot, see at 4523
sonnel aboard as compared to Harlow Blvd. It (|lg) W. E. Richards, SP-

last year, attendance at the Fes- 1.1036.
Oak Hill-3 bdrm H bath, hdwd fl,
tival was 13 percent above 1959. Get Honors At CoffeeAnother Fla. rm, gar, Equity $850. Call 14066.

LOYALTY Ortega Hills-6 rm ranch, Ig rms, eat-

MCAS Cherry Point N.C. in a series of monthly informal coffees honoring t.. fillY usrsvs In kit, sep din rm, Ig liv rm, 3 bdrm, attached /

A colorful military career was certain employees of the NAS Jax Public Works Departmentwas o AsfOCIAiIONusN t gar, fen bk yd. Call Lt. N. G.
Diorio, EV 42920.
ended recently and another I held Wednesday July 6 in the office of Capt. J. Henry \. M 3 bdrm home In Ortega Hills-2 bath, j

reached the pinnacle of enlisted Etter, Public Works Officer. I \ C r I no traf, 5 mln from NAS, Immed ocpy.
service when the duties of Sec- THE COFFEE sessions were were honored along with June o t EV 4.3324, Lt. H. R. Kirby, VP-5, ext8334. .1
I selectees at last week's affair. 41% GI-3 bdrm, 2 bath, hdwd fl, Fla.
ond Marine Air Wing Sergeant inaugurated last December by $86 ,
D. C. SP-
HONORED for May were Oscar rm per mo. Anthony
Regular meeting of Unit 126,
Major changed hands. Capt. Etter In recognition of out- 1-3205.
Retiring Sgt. Maj. Arthur Gra- standing Department employeesand Kohler, a plumber with Main- Ladies Auxiliary of the Fleet Re- Ortega Hills-3 bdrm, U bath, Ig fen I
him tenance Division; Fred von Eb- serve Association, is slated for bk yd. Ext-8415, J. A. Scarborough, ADC. ;
also give an
tQ oppor-
ham has been relieved by Sgt. erstein, leadingman in Transpor- tonight at 1930 at the Branch 126 Ortega Hills-3 bdrm, tile bath, din rm,
Maj. Walter Brownell. tunity to know his personnel bet- tation Division and Robert Travis Ig liv rm, util rm,. fen bk yd, close to
hall 4530 120th St.
# meeting NAS, Immed ocpy, 41% GI loan, $71.50
ter.Due Construction'inspector for the Yukon. I make offer for Call Hos j
Parris Island, S.C.-Maj. Gen. to Capt. Etter's being i per mo equity.
Resident Officer-in-Charge-of- ext-129 EV 4-5217, Lt. Robert Smith.
Thomas G. Ennis has assumed away on business in May, em- Construction. A 11 wives and daughters of FOR RENT

charge of the massive Parris Island ployees chosen during that months FRA members are welcome to Venetia Manor-3 bdrm, 2 bath, den,

Recruit Depot, relieving Selected for June were Lay- join the auxiliary. Total dues fora sep din rm, Ig liv rm, kit equip, doublegar 1

mon Cothern, a water plant operator husband and wife for one ,. part air cond, 5 mln NAS. Comdr.
Shell. year
Brig. Gen. George R. E.
from Utilities Division, Hudspeth, 4121 Nislda Place. 1
The latter is retiring from the are 11 dollars. Lake Shore-2 bdrm, unfurn, kit equip,
and Huntley Cox, who is a car-
service and will become superin- Regular gathering of Branch new dec, nr bus and school, NAS and
tographer with the Engineering Cecil Field, $80
tendent of the Virginia Military x 126 is planned for July 21 at 2000 per mo., Inquire 5248
Division. Appleton. Ext-8116, Mary Kautz.
Institute. in the meeting hall. THIS 'N' THAT
Election of delegates to attend Ride Wanted-7313 Warner Dr., Ortega 1
s Hills to Bks 723, hrs 08001630. Call
NAS North Island Calif.
the Southeast Caucus will
Brazilian Air Warr, SKC, 8143 or 361. J
Command of this air station went be held at this meeting. The cau- Swap Desired-Any AD1 or AD2 In

to Capt. William M. Collins, who cus is set for Chattanooga! Tenn., Jax area desiring duty In Pensacola area.
relieved Capt. John B. Bowen Force Staff August 4-6. Commencing normal tour shore duty July I
6 NAAS Field. Call William F.
at Whiting J
Jr. in ceremonies June 30.
4 All career enlisted men on at Kennedy, EV 91700.
Chief In VisitMajor least the second enlistment in the Leaving for Wash., Phil and New York
NAS Pensacola, Ha. The
regular Navy or Marine Corpsare FrI., July 22 and Aug. 8. EV 9-7418.
"Blazing Bayonets" drill team of Brigidaro Renaldo J. R. 1
welcome to join the Branch. Weekly trips for men to Miami and return
NAAS Whiting Field, possessesthe de Carvalho Silho Jr., Chief of
leave Fri. nite, return Sun. nite.
only female member of a Staff of the Brazilian Air Force, Classes 60-28 and 60-29 of Avi-
EV 7-3990.
Navy drill squad. I visited NAS Jax on Wednesday, ation Electrician's Mate Schoolat
Swap Desired-AD2 on shore duty In
NATTUnit will be honor
The distaff member who cap- July Jax area desiring shore duty In Pensacola

tures the eye of the team's large his arrival in the morn- guests at next Thursday's meet- area. Contact William Kennedy, AD2, Cen- I
TAKES REINS- Col. Frank ing, he was met by Rear Adm. ing.
male audience wherever it per- ter Hangar Maintenance, NAAS Whiting
R. Porter Jr.. took com-
forms is Barbara Daniel, TD3. mand of the Marine Air Reserve Kenneth Craig, Commander Fleet Field, Milton, Fla., or call Mrs. Kennedy I

Training_ Detachment__ina Air Jacksonville. He was rend- Did you hear the one about the weep days, NAS Jax, ext-720.

televised ceremony at Wr ered honors, including a 19-gun lovelorn porcupine who bumpedinto Riders Wanted-From Jax to New Yorkto
22 Naval VesselsTo GA-TV, Channel 12, and "Is 1
yesterday salute. : a cactus whispered, San Francisco, leave July 22. Contact 1j

Be MothballedWashington eves(Wednesday.Lt. Col.) Patrick Col. Porter Harrison.See reli-. Purpose of the Brazilian air that you, dear?" Ens. Shigekawa after 1600, ext501.W4' j

story on page 1. chief's visit here was to meet. c
(AFPS) The de- .1 with 12 Brazilian Air Force and

activation and mothballing of 22 State students (
Bay SquadronHere Navy undergoing train-
Kr'&f'B ''tfwf'W'JtifoffiM
ships during the next six monthsof ing at the Naval Air Technical 1

1960 has been announced by For TrainingOfficers Training Unit. .S. E

the Navy. As a result the At- and men of Reserve The Brazilian officer is in the }/ 1Y Kf i J7y(1r4 C Y,;S/S? rl%VT

lantic Fleet will lose 13 ships 911 arrived at United }
Patrol Squadron States conducting a tour
with the balance from the Pacific 'r, v d hc, ?I
NAS Jax for their annual sum- of Air Force facilities. NAS Jax ,d/ rSt. <

Fleet. mer training duty Monday. I is the only Naval Air Station on iI i

Ships in the Atlantic Fleet affected The squadron flew in five P2V his itinerary From here he pro-

are: destroyers Gattling, Neptunes with remainder of the. ceeded to Cape Canaveral. t

Ashill, Cotton, Caperton, Daly, unit's personnel coming here via I t

Cassin Young, Hale' and Benham; airlift. The Reservists are basedat Marine Wives To MeetThe '.USA _ENT- RIES ussR

escort vessels A. W. Wilke, Sny- NAS South Weymouth, Mass. ': 0 LUNAR AND SOLAR (
Marine Career Wives Club SPACE PROBES !
Robinson net tender -I
der and ; While in this area, they'll be 1; : s
slated a meeting for
Waxsaw and the personnel trans-
out of FAW-11 with (
submarine Sealion. July 18 at the clubhouse inBuilding'
port VP-18 serving as host squadron. 6.r'PLAN
572 aboard the Station.
Pacific Fleet vessels involvedare PUT INTO ORBIT (
The gathering is set to get un-
seaplane tenders: Floyds Bay her '
The lioness opened derway at 2000. (
and Onslow; net tender Mul- eyes one day and saw her little SUN i
landing ships tank Greer I 'd EARTH SATELLITES
berry; Saline County and Rice offspring chasing a hunter "I wouldn't vote for you if you 'L' '_LAUNCHED 0 J
County,; escort vessel Lewis and around a tree. were St. Peter himself""If / K y ;yraj 4

transport subma- "Junior," she said sharply,, I was St. Peter you wouldn'teven PLUS ONE-Since this chart was prepared by United Press
the personnel International, the USSR has launched another earth satellite, \J
rine Perch. "stop playing with your dinner/ be in my precinct. weighing 10,005 pounds.I }

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'I 14 JUI', 1960 SAX AI'a NEWS p'.g'.s 1

Intramural Teams

Feted At Banquet

JJ 1 0 ( :
Men who participated in the Mainside intramural sports

program from January through June were feted at a sports

banquet Monday night in the Mainside Mess Hall.

Some 200 persons were on kee Braves. ,
hand for the event, with Comdr. Banquet-goers sat down to a

Robert Nelson, NAS Jax execu- meal of grilled steak with mush-

tive officer, making trophy pre- rooms, french fries, mixed vege-
k1JAX sentations to top teams and in- tables, shrimp cocktail, hot rolls,

dividuals. coffee, milk and chocolate fudge

AMONG GUESTS present were sundae.

George Olsen, manager of the Attack Squadron 44 was topsin

Gator Bowl Association, and Bill sports for the six-month per-

Maughn, a scout for the Milwau- iod, capturing Iron Man Trophy
NAVY PISTOLEERS-The Jax Navy pistol team is honors. The Hornets took first
quickly rounding into top firing form, defeating the crack place in bowling and tied for
Jacksonville Police Pistol Club in a recent match. A. C. Johns, second in swimming with VAP62 -
ADC, (fourth from right) team coach, took all honors in the
Master Class. The team also competed well in a recent tiff with while picking up many pointsin
the Gainesville club. Left to right, G. D. Caropellatti, AOC; the remainder of the sports to
D. V. Peters, A03; C. B. Peterson, AMI; LtJg( ) J. D. Evanoff capture a leg on the trophy
Johns; C. B. Marshe, PN1; H. E. O'Neal, AOCS, and Earl Pay*
VW-4 for the basketball champ-

Plans ionship but the latter bounced
Fliers Continue back to win the swimming meet.

Marineland And you match the following Hopeful Another champion was Admin-

weights of professional boxers.' istration's powerful softball team

with their proper fistic classifica- which finished the season with a
Springs Junkets tions? Despite Sustained DropAfter perfect 150.FAETU .

I, 135
Two weekend trips to points of pounds. walked off with all the

interest in the state have been 2. 118. dropping 17 games out of the first 20, the Jax points needed to take first placein

scheduled by NATTUnit Special 3. 175. Navy Fliers, with new players slowly trickling onto the the Mainside Golf League.

Services.A 4. 147. roster, carried high hopes of finally winning again when Individual awards was received -
trip by bus is planned to Ma- 5. 112. they entertained Hunter AFB in a three-game series atVAP62 by the members of champ-
rineland Saturday. The bus is 6. 126. Mason Field this week. ionship teams in bowling, bas-
7. 160. Tyndall also copped the night-
due to leave from King Hall, Games were carded Tuesdayand ketball, softball and golf.
(Answer to Quiz) cap, 6-2, as Ted Stashniki hurleda
yesterday with the final tilt
Building 563
at approximately
creditable mound In charge of arrangements was
0930. of the series due to be played performance.
There will be a slight oJQ511.MIIPPlW .hg6FeMZeqsea Mainside Ath-
Frank McCaffery,
Loser Charles Miles of Jax Navy
charge of 25 cents for the trip. -9 today (Thursday) at 1600. Director with Andy Planeyof
issued nine hits, including a cir- letic ,
Marineland is a nationally- "lQ511t.M..tU .s Jax Navy dropped Nos. 16 and cuit blast by Bob Shue. the Service Information Office
known attraction situated southof .IQ6IltA\zltneM 'p 17 in a doubleheader against the serving as master of ceremonies.

St. Augustine on US AlA. .IQ5IltA\AUH"Q61'I 'Cg6l.Mmvuvg Tyndall AFB Flyers July 5, at
Many types of fish and creatures the Mason Field enclosure. Braves, Charleston
of the sea can be found at the ; .Z AE Blues Hold
Dick McGuire of Tyndall set
tourist .A61ltIAIQ61'I .1 Complete Jax Stay
popular spot.A the Fliers down on four hits in Ca LeadThe
The Jacksonville Braves finish pts. Cup
bus trip is also planned for posting a 5-1 victory. Longesthit
this Sunday to Silver Springs, their current home stand against AE School Blues hold a
FALL SPORTS for Jax Navy was a triple by
outside Ocala. Special rates will : Bob Gadson. I the Charleston White Sox tonight I substantial lead in Captain'sCup
be offered servicemen and wo- SEASON NEARDon't I at 2000 at the ball park. competition at Naval Air

men upon showing their ID card. Novice Tennis Tourney The Braves won't return home Technical Training Unit.
look now, but the fall until 23 when The is awarded the teamor
July they meet the cup
for the will be 50
Charge trip
Scheduled At MainsideA
is around
sports season just Savannah Pirates. school winning the highest
cents. The bus is slated to depart
the corner. Novice Tennis Tourney is number of points in intramural -
The annual Sally League All-
from King at 0900.
The Mainside Fall Intra- planned to start August 1 at Star game is scheduled to be held athletic activity at the Unit.
At least 15 bus tickets must be mural Bowling League is expected -
NAS Jax for have 4003
people just startingout in Charlotte, N.C. July 18 and the The Blues points
sold for both days for the tripsto to get underway in
in the racquet game. following night in Norfolk, Va. with the AE Golds far back
be made possible. mid-August, announces the The Aviation
with 3239 points.
Interested persons should contact Two "glitter" games are being
athletic office.Competition. I Officers are close behind them
Frank McCaffrey, athletic played this year.
Coast Guardsmen in volleyball, director, at extension 585. Mike Marinko left-handed with 3231 points.
touch football and fall golf is Next comes Aviation Ord-
Entries should be in no later of manager Red Murffs mound
ticketed for a midSeptemberstart. nanceman's School with a 3199
Show They Know than July 29. Competition will be staff? and leftfielder Len Gabrielson -
point total, followed by Ma-
held in singles only. are the only Braves named to
Aviation i i Detachment
rine ,
Way On DiamondThe the All-Star team. with 2993, and Support Serv-

ices with 2789 points.
first Coast Guard Reserve
Babe Ruth All-Stars Face
training unit aboard the Stationfor :
summer training this year Daytona In Playoff Tilt New Links Greens
came loaded with athletic talent Jax Navy Babe Ruth League

which it eagerly displayed by All-Stars of the Eastern Divi- Seen Ready SoonThe
downing NATTCenter's intra- fy CY/ sion will play Daytona Beach at
vast face-lifting job being
mural softball champion MAD, 1830 Monday at Jacksonville undertaken at the NAS Jax golf

6-5. Beach. course is said to be proceedingon
Bobby Lomax, Coast Guard The Western Division repre- schedule.

hurler, was as strong at the plateas sentative drew a bye and will Assistant to the professionalJack

he was on the mound, battingin play winner of the Jax Beach Piva reports the new greens

two runs and scoring the win- and Jax Southsido game Tuesdayat should be ready for play by early
ning run. He was thrown out at 2100, also 1 at Jacksonville i August.

the plate trying to stretch a Beach.A Since the start of renovations

triple into a roundtripper.The several months ago, golfers using
Coast Guard team was 10/ couple of feuding cats were the expansive Station layout have

coached by Earl Hill, well known ; about to have a duel. "Shall we been shooting at temporary car-
softball player from the 5th Coast fight to the death," demandedone pets.
Guard District. i4 f: it "or just make it the best

Another victory for the Coast ;,, ;;. five out of nine. .lives.. The pro football team at Oakland -

Guardsmen came over the NATT- Calif., has a new name. It's
Center Support Services, 21-17, A psychiatrist saw another psy- the "Raiders"-inspired by the
in a wild-swinging, bombardmentof chiatrist racing down the street famed Carlson Raider Battalionof
l.i. with a couch on his head. "Why WWII Fullback Terry
hits and runs. PIN DUSTER Robert Haberly PH3, of Heavy
Photo Squadron 62, shows form he used during the recent Main. the couch?" he called after his Lucas of the Coast Guard Aca-
side intramural bowling playoffs. He finished the event with a hurrying colleague.
A large jewfish ate so much demy has been named to the I
186 by rolling seven of 200 and
lofty average games over carving
while in captivity at Marineland, out one 600-plus series. His team, the Pin Dusters, finished The hurrying one replied 1960 Pop Warner All-America'
Fla., that it died of overweight. fourth in the nine-team rolloff. breathlessly: "House call!" football Team .



I 6 JAX AIH> NEWS 14 July 1960

Hobby Shop Is Spot For :h_ & : EM Ends Rating DeliberationAn Board

Leisure Time ActivitiesFor { m r'XQS iL just Enlisted concluded Ratings deliberationsat Conferencehas

the Naval Station, Washington,
I whiling away the leisure moments pursuing a worth- I K i S qt:,K s D. C.

while hobby or developing a creative talent. the NAS. Jax The semi-annual conferencewas
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, Hobby Shop can't be beat. one of a series which con-
At least, that's the opinion of working shop has available floor siders in detail duties of speci-

regular customers of the Shop sanders, planers, band saws, rip ::J4.('.. .: fied enlisted ratings and recom-
4 '
which is continually increasingin saws and a drill press. There is mends for the revision of applicable

popularity.IF also a well-equipped tool room .. training publications and
YOUR calling is fishing, which requirements.
contains for
kits featuring the latest in gear space Ratings discussed at the recent
are available for persons to put making and repairing boats. conference were BM, RD, SO,

together at the Hobby Shop. Cer- The Hobby Shop garage stocksa FT, TM, ET, DC, SD, JO, PN,
amics and photography bugs can valve grinding machine, drum RM, SH, SK, YN and the new
also find many items stocked by turning equipment, spark plug rating of postal clerk (PC.)

the shop. cleaner, battery charger, trans- Sponsored, by BuPers, the con-

Hours of operation for the Hob- mission and rear-end oiler. "'. ...1. ,'> _, No.' _Ii _._.,... .n claves are held twice yearly with
by Shop, which is located in The hpt-rodder and auto me- AT HOBBY SHOP-The NAS Jax Hobby Shop is just the about one quarter of all ratings
j Building 896, are 1400 to 2100 chanic can also find such needed place for a fellow to go and putter around on a do-it-yourself represented at each conference.
weekdays and Sundays and 0900to items in the automotive line as a project, be it painting, auto mechanics, ceramics, woodworkingor These are phased so that all
other handicraft. The at the enablesthe
2100 Saturdays. grease gun, tire changing gear, most serviceman any to repair and renovate garage his automobile.shop J. C. ratings are reviewed at least once
Among the items and equip- /wheel balancer, portable front Cunningham, (second from right) and chief R. B. Pippin are each two years, more often if
ment available for photography end aligning tool, gas and elec- shown purchasing parts to help them with some auto repairs. changing requirements necessi-
enthusiasts are developing gear, tric welding machines, and pipe Clerks are Myron Kyser (left) and William Nakoff. Below
of the who use facilities of the Hobby Shop tate.No
all sizes of roll film, cut film, film cutting and threading machine. daily.some many people word, has been given on
packs, printing equipment, a 4x5 what recommendations were
enlarger, contact printer, finIsh- Summer Training made at the recently-concluded
ing equipment and print washer conference. They will be submitted -
and dryer. to BuPers for consideration.
FRESHLY-MIXED chemicalsare Slated July'1630For

also available for use, plus
photographic paper, lighting gear Marine UnitMarine Navy Wives
for studio work and three dark Attack Squadron 341 of

rooms. the Jax Marine Reserve Training
For ceramic workers, there are Detachment will'undergo its an- CornerMr.
some 200 molds and a completeline
iiiii4r- nual two-weeks training duty
of ceramic tools and paint. : ; July 16-30 at MCAS Cherry Joseph, representing an
Mosaic tile which can be made Point, N. C. Avondale beauty salon, is sched-
into such items as coffee tables, The unit will be taking its uled to present a program on
has proved popular since the Q n y training this summer at the sta- beauty culture at a meeting of
1'' Hobby Shop started stocking this K tion where it was first commis- Jax Navy Wives Club} next Wed-

r, item in recent months. + sioned Feb. 1, 1943 as VMSB341.The nesday at the clubhouse in Dew-
The thrill of landing the "big officers and men of VMA- ey Park.
one" is made even greater for T 341 come from all walks of life All club members are being
the fisherman if he has made his and hail from Florida, Georgiaand reminded to take a guest to this

own lures. Kits can be purchasedat North Carolina. Most, how- meeting.At .
the shop to make various typesof Political ever, live and work at civilian the last meeting of the club,
fishing lures. 'World Series'Often pursuits in Jacksonville or the 50 dollars in aid was voted to be
AND AN ENLARGED wood. Miami area. given the Chilean Disaster Fund.

Lt. Col. Edmund Buchser Jr. is .A Shipwreck Party is plannedfor
Brings SurprisesPresidential commanding officer of the squadron. the evening of' July 16 at the
Navy ExchangeHas clubhouse with Jane Burke as

OpeningsThe hopefuls gearing their forces for the 1960 hostess.

Navy Exchange at NAS political World Series will lock platforms with party op- 'Shape Up Or Out' "My darling," he said, "Let me
Jax has announced an openingfor ponents in the same cities where the baseball Dodgers and feast my eyes upon your lovely
a qualified electronics White Sox fought it out last fall. Los Angeles for the Democrats (Continued from Page 1) face and I'll buy you a sable
and Chicago for the Re-
technician to manage the Ex- Thirteen times men who did education they had. It's now, muff. Let me hold your hand
change radio and TV repair publicans.This World Series not go into the convention with however, tieing In the 10th grade and I'll buy you a red fox scarf.
shop. and Democratic conventionswhere is the GOP the largest block of votes were education requirement.And Let me hug you and Ill give youa
An opening also exists for primary winners and los nominated after a long struggle.IN under the new rules a mink cape. Let me -

another technician.The ers go at it again for the big THE confusion that has prevailed person can be bounced if he has "Stop!" she cried. "That's fur
j jobs, both full-time, the coveted nomination after fourth-ballot dead- more than 12 months in service. enough!"
prize, ,
with them good fine I locks conventions this was set at 24
carry pay, and where old man upset is as have turned to Formerly,
working conditions and many the such dark horses as James K. months. Evidently the Navy feels
prevalent as on ball field.
employee benefits. Polk, a twice-defeated candidatefor that if a person hasn't shown L "h
IN FACT, unconventional con 1 1
Interested persons should apply ventions or the politics of upset governor of his state who had whether he can produce within :.,; KQy 4.yL ;$ Yy X oKO:' r fr
at the Navy Exhange Per- can't be dismissed lightly by any been considered a vice presi- year he never will. _
sonnel Office in Building 898. of the candidates for the coun- I dential possibility, and James A. Persons on second or subse- 4

try's highest office. History shows Garfield, who came to the con- quent enlistments are not to be _
Station Bus Route the key ballot to watch has been vention as manager of a favoriteson discharged without approval of T LE

the fourth.If candidate. the Chief of Naval Personnel. y fyxb .,
Change AnnouncedThe a front runner has not taken Deadlocks are, in fact, the big CNO okay is also needed for :
Public Works Departmenthas the nomination by the fourth bal- chance for forgotten men of the those who an awaiting disciplinary E ,

announced a change in. the lot, he has been almost certainto convention. The followers of the action, are hospitalized or
Station bus route. go down to defeat. In 15 conventions two principal candidates are who have not completed court-

Effective immediately on the that ran beyond this nearly equal.As martial sentences.Scouting.

return trip from Mustin Circle crucial round, only two opening- the battle progresses, each
the bus will proceed as follows: ballot leaders won the nomina- following comes to dislike the
on Mustin Road to BirminghamAve. tion on a later round. .
of these candidate of the other more thanit I J c.:
., left on Birmingham to Mc- Stephen A. Dou-
Farland St., right on McFarland I glas, in 1860, was nominated pnly does any third candidate. This
to Enterprise Ave. and left on after a first convention adjournedon third man then, who has not been VAP VAPORJ. t .
Enterprise. From this point on the 57th ballot and reassem- conspicuous enough or agressive A. Cochrum, AE1, of VAP's #, x ''s s Lfof.ri 2
the bus will proceed over the bled in another city minus a enough to arouse antagonism, Maintenance Department was selected -
present route. group of Southern delegates.A "Sailor-of-the-Month" for
slips in.None.
This change eliminates the loop SECOND-PLACE candidatein June.
via Buildings 710 and 711. On the early balloting, unable to of this election history is Cochrum's ability as a leading
trip from Operations Building overtake the leader in four bal- intended for the reader to draw petty officer were rated outstanding -

118 to Mustin Circle, the bus will lots, has generally fared no bet- conclusions concerning the 1960 and his services toward bet-
stop at the corner of SaratogaAve. ter in later rounds. Only three party gatherings, but only to terment of Heavy PhotoRon 62
and Mustin Road. second runners: won the nomina- show that these conventions are are to be commended. .
I tion when the conventions con- "Welcome aboard" goes to SUN GODDESS Southern
Asked to define the Dark Ages, tinued past the fourth ballot, and not a b ly unpredictable affairs Mitchell Geren, AM2; Douglas bills Dixie Graves enhancesthe

the young schoolboy said, "Well, in each instance special circum- where the excitement is almost Hiestand, AN, and Keith Adrianson as she beach partakes scenery of at Ole Sarasota Sol's

I know it was knight time." stances made this possible. always electric. SN. I rays.Page .

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