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 21, 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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Hurricane Hunters Moving To New

Headquarters At Roosevelt RoadsAirborne

: Early Warning by November 15. The move trally located for its, primary

Squadron Four will move to will effect some 59 officers and mission of weather reconnaissance. -

Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico 417 enlisted men. In addition, the squadron -

t, in August, it was announcedthis One of Jacksonville's more will be better located for
week by the Chief of well-known units due to its future support of Projec,Mercury

'1 Naval Operations.The role of hurricane hunting, the the National Aeronautics ...
famed Hurricane Hunters group has been based here and Space Admini :ra-

33r ., will begin the move on since 1953. It has gained tion's manned orbital flight

August 15 when two flight world-wide fame. program. y

\ ; :tt. crews and one ground crew The squadron is moving its Operating from Puerto Rico,
," -<; tt: :t depart NAS Jax., The transferis home port to the Caribbeanarea the squadron will also be clos'-
.. t :r l expected to be completed in order to be more cen- (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 5.)\

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Vol. 18 No. 20 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 21 July 1960

: First 'Middle'

Unit Arrives

For TrainingThe I

() ()}wI"J : first of three groups of

\ H midshipmen scheduled to visit ., :1. ,
the Jacksonville Navy complexthis t

summer arrived at Naval Air } '
rough on a day in July as the life of a newly promoted chief Station last Tuesday. .
petty officer. Three "boot chiefs" (rear) prepare for indoctrina Prior to its arrival, the group
tion by pushing a couple of veteran chiefs from VP-16 hangar ''spent three weeks undergoingbasic
to the Chief's Club. Standing, (left to right) are Jt H. Strickland,
AMCA: G. Burcher, ADCA, and J. V. Canthon, ATCA. Approving flight indoctrination at
of the whole idea are "oldtimers" I. W. Peters, ATC (seated, NAS Pensacola. They toured fa-
left) and L. N. Christensen, ADC. All are from VP16.. cilities of Cape Canaveral the gs\

day before coming to NAS Jax.

JULY 'LUCKY' FOR A formal greeting and welcome -

was extended the group f
Wednesday with Rear Adm. r

SOME 89 HEREJuly Kenneth Craig, CommanderFleet
Air Jacksonville, presentfor
was indeed a "lucky" month for some 89 NAS Jax the ceremonies. "","- _, r....._
ACHIEVE HIGH MARK Members of Crew Five of Patrol
men and women. While in the area, the midship
Squadron 18 relax after scoring 100 percent: on all ten exercisesof
first class officers donned the
16 nine petty
July men will be indoctrinated in all the annual Navywide Competitive and Qualification Exer
coveted hard hats and"moved into the CPO bracket.ON phases of fleet aviation. Their cises against all patrol squadrons on the East Coast. Front row

THE SAME day, a groupof A. Snowden, HMCA; W.C. Schoe- introduction will take them to (left to right) are R. E. White, ATR3: E. L. Prince, A03 and R.
Naval airstations at Jacksonville A. McCoy, AMS2. Rear, B. R. Wood AT2-P1: W. F. Kennedy,
37 relative newcomers took necker, RMCA-P2, and R. P. AD2: Lcdr.: L. L. Miller, plane commander: Lt (jg f ) C. L. Beck,
the Jones, SMCA. Cecil Field, Sanford, Key West, and Lt ()Jg) W. T. Boguslawski.
an important step up promo- and Patrick Air Force Base.

ment tion ladder to E-3.with their advance- W.P-2 B. White winners, AT2-P2 are Schoenecker; C. M. Cor-; officers During will their be guests stay the one future nightof VP-18 Crew Scores 100%

Also on July 16, four white- drey, AT2-P2 and C. T. Ledford, the Jacksonville Junior

hats were awarded P-2 proficiency AT2-P2. (Please turn to Page S, Col. 3.) In Competitive ExercisesCrew

and 37 sailors and 2 '
pay <<>> ':' :'m:' ''

Waves were awarded P-l. All .i Five of Patrol Squadron 18, based at NAS Jax,

earned their salary raises by suc- .1 recently obtained 100 percent scores on, all ten exercises of

cessfully competing in the May the annual Navywide Competitive, and Qualification Exer-

pro-pay examinations.NEW cises. 'I He went on to say that becauseof
What this means in layman's'language
the efforts of Crew Five, VP-
NAS Jax CPO's W.
are: is that this crew performed -
18's chances of winning the Battle .
Harris Jr., ADCA; W. W. Hogue, all its anti-submarine
Efficiency Award have been
ADCA; A. L. Pearson, ADCA; warfare duties perfectly while aided immeasurably..
com pet 1 n g against all patrol
John Miller, AMCA; R. J. Doyle-
squadrons on the East Coast. The limelight is not an unfa-
HMCA; B. E. Horn; HMCA; W miliar situation for this crew. On
ACCORDING to the plane com-
------ .
i' May 20, it received a written
mander, Lcdr. L. L. Miller, this
commendation from Admiral R.
White Sale Set outstanding score was achieved
L. Den n 1 son, CommanderinChief -
through long and diligent hoursof
Atlantic Fleet, that was
training on the ground as wellas
For MondayA p r4y in the air. delivered, by Rear Admiral T. B.:
Clark, Commander Fleet Air
Crew Five has trained and flown
White Atlantic Fleet.
Special Event is slat- Wings,
together for more than one year,
ed to begin Monday at all Navy THE COMMENDATION was
reports Lcdr. Miller. This completeness -
Exchange outlets aboard the of training, plus crew for a reconnaissance flight in the
Norwegian Sea on Jan. 31.
Naval Air Station. integrity, says Lcdr. Miller, led

The NX Office to the fine record.
reports specialswill
be available on white goods Comdr. R. A. Sampson, com- Pa. Native AE HonormanA

for manding officer of VP-18, has Pennsylvania native has take
every room in the house.
commended the crew, saying "I en top honors in the recent grad-

Outstanding values will be of- note with pleasure your perform- uation at Aviation Electrician'sMate
PRO-PAY WINNER C. T. Ledford, AT, of NAS Jax Air. ance ." School, Class A, 'at NATT-
fered in sheets and pillow cases, craft Maintenance Department, checks out equipment in the
"YOUR PERSONAL efforts in Unit.
electronics shop. Ledford received: the news this week that he
rugs, towels, mattress pads was one of four NAS men to receive P-2 pay. This wasn't the crew training, leadership and desire He is John Lesniak Jr., AEM-
first advancement for Ledford this In January he was notified *
shower curtains bath mats bed- year.
to win resulted in a goal for AA, from Gouldsboro, Pa. Lesniakhas
of his selection: for P-l, then in May he became ATI, and
spreads, tablecloths, kitchen tow- now in July, another raise io P2. Others receiving P-2 are W. B. all flight crews to emulate," declared been transferred to NATF,
White AT2, and C. M. Cordrey, AT2. of O&R, and W. C. Schoe.
els and dish cloths. necker, RMC. of Communications. Comdr. Sampson. NAS Lakehurst, N. J.rII .



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_ JAX AIR NEWS 21 July 1960

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S \It lj ''ff.QW,' 1101, sr ; OXlf.{ Supply

j Important Tasks

NAt, Jacksonville lf ; t ABSENTEE: ; :BALLOT:

)1 R. Reedy _- Commanding Officer .... For NATTUnit
Cai -
.,ert Nel.on! becutlv. Officer (Since 1960 is a big election year and many local servicemenand its title not imply
HAl SIXI n.et Air Although may -
Kenneth Craig Jaclrsonyflie Commander women may wish to vote by absentee ballot, the lax Air NewsIs it, the Supply Department at

tsr5.yaton H. Weber Chief of Staff, FalrJax outlining Information from time to time on how these ballots the Naval Air Technical TrainingUnit

;tI.on M. Head Chief of Staff, NAB Six may be obtained.) might well be the most Important -

Charles L lemblng n..t Air Wing Eleven Between now and November most of the voting activity in the department at the local

fro T. C. Deans Acting Chief Staff Commander Officer U.S. will center on the campaigns of the two major party hopefulsand training activity.The .

Naval,Air Technical Training Unit on scattered state primaries choosing nominees for congressional department is made up of

ft. Robert J. Fleming \ Commanding Officer [ seats, governor and other state and local offices. several divisions, each with varied -
Myron K. Smith _
Executive Officer ALASKA
Naval Hospital ficers and elect precinct committee and complex tasks in most
William L Engelman Commanding Officer August 2 primaries will nom- members. Absentee voting allowed cases highly different from one

John O. Feder _ _ Executive Officer inate federal and state officers another.
in all but municipal elec-
NAXTU and are open to all absentees; THE DIFFERENT divisions
F. H. Holt
Commanding Minimum age is 19. composing the NATTUnit Sup-
Requirement age is 21 with six
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds in Jacksonville, Florida at no Requirements are year's resid- months residence in the state and ply Department include: Cloth-
to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958. ence in the state and 30 days in in ing and Small Stores, ,Navy Exchange -
30 ward township.
free of charge to military and civilian/ personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, precinct plus ability to read Con- days or Commissary (Mess Hall),
Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air stitution and read and write Registration waived for service-
.. Training Unit end the U. S. Naval Hospital. connected persons and depend- Material and Disbursing.A .

Service Information Officer ... Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnls Jr. English.' major function of any Sup-

Assistant Service Information Officer Andrew H. Praney Registration is part of the vot- ents.Ballots are due by 1300 the day ply Department is to procure,

Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters-Mae Spencer, J01 Sandy Martinson, ing process. Absentee ballots before the election. store, distribute and control ma-
Sam Bowman, SA. Photographer-Roscoe Carter, PH3. must be postmarked by date of MICHIGAN terial required by an activity. The

The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material the election. August 2 primaries will nominate Material and Disbursing Divi-
In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs, KANSAS sions contribute the major sup-
federal and local of-
.. state
otherwise credited, are official U. S. .
Navy Photographs.Editorial
August 2 primary will nomin- port in aiding NATTUnit Supplyto
offices located In Room ficers. Any person may vote ab-
230, Main Administration Building. Phone ex
ate federal state and local of-
8164, 656, 272 or 216. sentee. Age 21, six months in fulfill its mission.

state and 30 days residence in Material, located in Building
General Cites Pay : city or township and registrationare 550.. is run by- D. C. Fendrick..
required. AKCS, the leading chief of that

Raise As Finest _ _ _ Absentee registration is allow division. Second in command is
( N. G. Cannoe AKC.
ed. Ballots must be received by
election THIS DIVISION, with 13 en-

Career IncentiveWashington p day.MISSOURI listed men attached to it, carries

(AFPS) Lt. Gen. August 2 will nominate federal out the issuing of gear, furnishes

Roscoe C. Wilson, the Air Force's ,. and state officers. Absentee vot- transportation, ''conducts inventory

Deputy Chief of Staff for Development ing is allowed. Requirements are receives,) stores, records and

has called for pay age 21, year in the state and 60 processes equipment.Nine .
adjustments in the Armed Forces days in county.Registration enlisted persons work in

that would enable the services to not required of Disbursing, situated in Building

compete for personnel in the national 4- service-connected persons and 500. Needless''to say, the function
labor market : ..:. s, carried out by these people prob-
t .r dependents. Ballots due by 1800
Calling for a increase and ably gains the most attention
pay day after the election.
"more attention paid to housing, j TENNESSEEAugust from both students and support

especially in remote areas," the : 4 primary will nomin- personnel at the Unit.

general said quarters allowances This division maintains p a
ate federal and state officers,
"must ,be revised upwards to be Lc: : J elect county officials and vote on records, prepares travel claims
realistic with present day rental ::';.. : referendum. Absentee voting is and allotment forms, computes ,

costs. allowed. and pays reenlistment bonuses ,
"RENT CONTINUES : hi and makes out pay checks, among i .
to climb
this 't .,. Age 21, year's residence in the other tasks. Lt. G. L. Mage 1
yet part of our pay structurehasn't LIGHT UP THE SUBJECT This could be the thought of state, three months in county and Disbursing Officer and Assist "
kept pace," he observed. AE "A" School students at work in a Phase III laboratory at the registration are required. Regis-
"Just as we don't get full dollar NATTUnit school. The work boards there contain circuits involving tration is for NATTUnit Supply Officer. ,
value with labor strife, we the complete exterior lighting system on a Navy SNB. permanent regular Holding reins of NATrUnItS
In constructing these circuits, students use some 80.000 terminals voters, may be done by absenteefor
also do not the u ly Officer is Lcdr. D. A.
get measureof p p
and 240,000 feet of wire a year. Showing two unidentified siu- service-connected people and
our defense.. dollar- so long as dents a workboard is W. F. Price, AEC. families. : Broad. Some of his duties are to
we continue to lose young officers prepare the annual operating
Ballots are due by election day.
with scientific and engineering AE School Consultants budget for the training unit, per-
training."A form functions of the comptroller
NAS Jacksonville's Voting Officer -
increase will allow and allocate funds to the various
pay us
is Lt. Harry Klein. He can
Assemble New
to compete for their services," departments.
be contacted at extension 696,
Gen. Wilson said in his speech
before the Institute of Aeronautic new course for aviation electricians throughout the topside in Building 955.

Sciences in Los Angeles, Calif. Fleet is being written and assembled by the education con- HistoricalPix

THE GENERAL agreed that sultants for Aviation Electricians Mate Schools at the Naval Air ,Force Cancels

the Cordiner Committee did "an Air Technical Training Unit. ShootContinues
Title of the new course is "AE Temporary GradesAll
outstanding Job" in reporting the ceives orders to the school, he'll
pay situation to the nation, "but 'B' School Preparatory Course"and be given this AE "B" Prepara- airmen, in the Air Force in

not all of the proposals werq) enacted is being set up by A. A. tory Course to work out and pay grades E-2 through E-9 will

," he declared. Acree and D. G. Beck, education complete. When the course is receive permanent rank along The photographic crew from
consultants, aided by L. E. AIs-
"The services need pay adjustments completed, its to be turned in to with their new stripes.In the. Army & Navy Publishing
ton, AEC, of AE "B" School.
so as to be able to com- COURSE is for AE "B" School upon the man's addition, Headquarters Air Co., presently aboard in con-
THE designed
pete in the national labor market. aviation electricians who reporting there.Now1 Force is preparing an order for junction with the 20th Anniversary -
This action will not only enableus are the field which will make per- Historical
Pictorial and
slated to go to advanced schools, in final stages of prepara-
to retain force manent all temporary grades held
our professional primarily to. AE "B." tion, the course is expected to be Review, will remain
for survival," he said "but willin by airmen.
aboard until about the mid-
Subjects covered in the course finished and ready to go shortly
the long amount to sub- The current temporary and
will include mathematics, phy- after Aug. 1, when it'll be Sent dle of August.
stantial saving in defense dollars, permanent grade setup for en- In last week's Jax Air News
sics, trigonometry, magnetismand to the Bureau for approval.The .
which we need to purchase) more, electronics. men, it was explained, was and Plan of the Day it was
hardware." new course, if approved, implemented in 1954, when head-
revealed that the antici-
THE With the purpose of raising the and there's no reason to assume itwon't quarters believed that if a cut- crew
GENERAL said it Is the pated leaving by August 1.
educational level of prospectiveAE !
be, should greatly decreasethe back in airman strength
Air Force's aim to have all of its students before reporting toliB" were However, the schedule has
number of failures in AE "B" found all
necessary temporary
officers hold a college degree, and been revised and extended.
School the contents
School and should increase the promotions could revert back to
that one of the sources for col Personnel are still alerted to
will be disseminated to the Fleet
ease with which men learn tech- the permanent grades.
lege-educated men is from the I and all squadrons. place their orders forthe, His-
Now the Air Force finds its
Reserve nical_ information, a problem
Officers Training Corps I torical Review while the pho-
WHEN A MAN in unit
a re- skills
support holding a majorityof
(ROTC) plaguing outstandi
program. many ng tographic crew is aboard.
the permanent grades and its
"But surveys show we retain schools and companies. highly technical skills in Those who already have had

only one out of eight of the young TIDE TABLEHIGH instances many their photos taken and failed
preponderantly in lower
men who come into the Air Husband: "Dear, it says here to order a copy should con-
permanent grades.
Force." LOW that more than 1,233 camels are tact their i unit collector to

He said that after their obligated A.M. P.M. A.M P.M. used each year to make paint "What did your audience do make arrangements for pur-

tours the 7:01 7:23 12:57 12:52 brushes. chase. All hands are reminded
young officers Fri. when you told them you had nev-
return to civilian life "where the Sat. 7:42 '8:00: 1:35: 1:31 Wife: "Isn't it amazing what er paid a dollar for a vote?" that no copies will be avail-

opportunity for monetary gainsis Sun. 8:20 8:37: 2:11 2:08 th.etcan teach animals these "A few of 'em cheered, but able lished when in October.Pal' the book. is pub-

greater." days! I most of 'em got up and left."

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' NEWS"A:1 l

21 July 1960 JA'x AIR

I Navy Spells Out Details Of Who Will Get 61 Pro-Pay

The breakdown on who gets .

what in regards to the Navy's awards of $30-a-month are dest- persons who passed November normal attrition of persons now

plans for giving proficiency pay ined to go to more than 27,000 1959 tests. No P-2 payments were receiving the extra $60amonth.Nine \i, fOR l t

has been released for fiscal enlisted personnel in pay grades made in .fiscal 1960. Orange P.rk(=w4: ovae,,
year critical rates were eligiblefor Ig. Fla. rm, 2 E-4 through E-7 in 63 rates plus s
1961. The is authorized to make NAS. Call COf4-9Wl
Navy P-2 pay this fiscal year. They -8374;Y1p
on recruiting duty.
J. Matluck. \.
AND ON HEELS of the an- a total of 54,771 P-l and P-2 pay- include sonarman, radarman, fire :''

nouncement comes word that four THE AWARDING of profici- ments this fiscal year, reports control technician, guided mis- furn 1959, auto American wihr, equity Mobl&a..t. 2 r pt

local enlisted persons will receive ency pay to both P-l and P-2 re- Navy Times. The paper says that sileman, nuclear weapons man, See Peter Orburn, All;? tots rA

P-2 pro pay and others will get cipients is a result of tests givenin the Navy will bring its paymentsup electronics technician, radioman, Trailer Court. \"

P-l pay. The increases began to May. Another P-l pro pay ex- to that level in January whena communications technician and Oak Hill-3 bdrm houie,'i Ig I 4

show up in the July 16 pay amination is slated to be held in new list is due of those who'll aviation electronics technician.The rm, eat-In kit, bath, hdwd firs. rm 1
November.The get P-l awards as result of this carport. Pymti $74 mo. $1200 < will \
checks. '(See page 1 story-Ed.) November's tests. P-2 pro pay list is expected take 2nd rnort. Call SP 1-4087', s Roy

Some 1250 new payments are in addi- to be expanded in fiscal year Donett. ;
persons throughoutthe tion to about 1962 but the Ortega Hillt-3 bdrm house, Til* kith,
24,000 P-l pro pay A SPOKESMAN said, however' Navy has given no
Navy are due the $60-a- din rm, Ig liv rm, fen yd, 41% Gl loan,
awards the Navy is now giving that a scattering of P-2 awards Indication of which rates will be $71.50 per mo. $13,000, assume equity!

month P-2 pro pay, and P-l under the fiscal 1950 program to may be made in January due to added. Lt. Robert Smith, EV 4-5217 or NavHot,

ext-129. ,

;;:;:i.1! ::{:;:::ii'i.; ::.,:. I I Personal Affairs Cedar Hills Eitatei-3 bdrm house, 2bath
NEWS FROMELSEWHERE Ig liv rm, din rm, otil) rm, Fla. rm,
:: '. w to w carpeting. fen yd, VA mtg, equity
: }r) :
:< : : :; ::. $4,000, consider 2nd mtg, pymtt $85 mo.
Pamphlet OkayedBy Call SP 1.4119 or ext-8228, Mn. Beverly

.. parks.
.:' : > Defense Ortega Hilli-3 bdrm house, 2 bath, Ig
: i': Dept.
:: :
Camp Lejeune, N.C.-The
Hon. ms, gar, red brk, 2 yn old, 1958 FHA
Richard Jackson, Assistant Sec- :> A new pamphlet, "Your Per- appraisal $18,500, remaining bal $16,645
cretary of the Navy for Personnel sonal equity equals dn pymt, $1,855. Call EV-
now being released 4-7325.. ,
and Reserve Forces, was due by the Department of Defense *
to visit Camp Lejeune next weekto
to guide military personnelin FOR RENT
observe Operation Whipsaw, arranging personal affairs. Furn Apt-liv rm, kit, bdrm, Ig clo tp,
one of the largest exercises ever adults. 54 per mo Inilu. util. Call 9-8357,
conducted by Organized Marine The 24-page booklet stresses L akeihore, Mrt. A. M. Laatch.

Corps Reservists. importance of having an up-to- Arlington Hills unfurn., 4 b'drm) house
$125 per mo, 4 mo. In advance Call
date record of vital
personal and before 1700, EL 6.1519; after 1800, RA
NAS Memphis, Tenn.-August family documents and papers and 4-7505, Harry Bradler. ,

1 has been set for opening day of letting other family members Orange Park-2 rm. fvr,n. apt. Call

varsity football practice. First know its contents and location. CO 4.9349, J. W. Vail.

In prlv. home-bdrm, kit. privil, semi-;
game on the Hellcats schedule is The pamphlet contains a two-
private bath. Call EV 9-9971 after 1630or
Sept. 10 against Southeastern page personal affairs record form ext. 548 or 8365.

Oklahoma. for individual servicemen to use. Holly Point. Orange Park-Ig. 3 bdrm

house, 2 bath, built-in dishwshr., disposal
Cherry Point, N.C.-Weekend The new DOD publication explains & elel. itv., shaded lot. $165,
Warriors of the Marine Air AMPHIBIOUS PARATROOPER An NAS Jax crash'boat the purpose of a will, a vail. July 28. Call CO 4.5901, Comdr.C. .
stands by as a member of the 7th Special Forces Group of Ft. power of attorney, a joint bank W. Griffing, ext. 213.
Training Command, led by Bragg N.C. hits the "drink" in the St. Johns! River during train- account, and a safe deposit box Murray Hill-2 bdrm., Fla. rm., Ig. fen.
Brig. Gen F. E. Leek, have arrived ing exercises here last week The Army group was supportingthe ,, bk. yd, car lot, gar, unfurn., kit. equIp.
for a two-week active duty West Virginia Air National Guard in the latier'i two-weeks and points out that military legal (optional), avail. Aug. 1, $90 per mo.,
stint. training maneuvers at Travis AFB Savannah, Ga. The two units assistance officer can advise and conv. to bases. Call EV 9-7038, Mr. E.
came here to conduct exfiltration and infiltration of men from help military personnel in a wit e C. Klgdln.
Among the units present is behind simulated enemy lines. Landing in the liver was all part rapge of personal matters. I 2.bdrm.I.utll./ Included apt-3rd fl.,
VMA-341, quartered during the of the routine.Physical. overlooks/ St. John's river, '12 mIn. from
year at NARTU Jax.: -- -- Subjects covered include Fed- NAS, off-st. park, $60 each or $110to
one family, Ideal for 2 couples. Call
Exercise Can eral and State income taxes on EV 7-7172. ,

NTC Great Lakes, Ill. After military active duty and retired .

serving in two World Wars and pay, government and commercial THIS 'N' THAT

in the Naval Reserve for the past Be Relaxing Antidote life insurance, Federal Housing Ride Wanted-7313 Warner Dr., Ortega

13 years, William Mathias Pen- Administration in-service and Hills to Bks. 723 hrs. 08001630. Warr.,
SKC, 8143 or 361.
nell, CS1, 63-years-old, has again Are ,suffering from Veterans Administration "GF
you Swap Desired-AD2 on shore duty in
answered the call of body weight in the course of a Insured home
duty and is nervous tension, stress, anxiety loans, military retirement Jax area desiring shore duty In Pen la-
serving 90 days active duty with and mental concentra Naval career, the article stated. and social security. cola area. Contact Wm. Kennedy, AD2,

9ND Training Aid Center here. tion ALONG WITH less eating, exercise Center Hangar Maintenance, NAAS
? can assist by increasing demands "Your Personal Affairs" also Whiting Field, Milton, Fla., or call Mrs.
Regardless of what else nine Kennedy wk. days, EV 9-7711'1, 720.
of the body which must gives details about exf
Parris Island, S.C.-Six gradu- out of 10 doctors might recom- military de- Driver
Wanted-to drive car to
ates of Beaufort, S. C. High I then be supplied by utilization of pendents' benefits and survivors my
mend, physical exercise can pro- New York lit wk of Aug. Must be good
School, two of them dependentsof vide a relaxing antidote, accord- fatty tissue and a resultant loss benefits provided by the Armed driver & have references. Call SP 1-4455,
in weight. Mn. C. H. Mac Eachern.
Marine Corps personnel at
ing to Rear Admiral Bartholomew forces, Veterans Administration
This should be done under !
PI, have been selected for the W. Hogan, Surgeon Generalof
Marine Corps Plat on Leaders the Navy.WRITING. supervision of a medical officer, and the Social Security Admini VA-176 Returns From

Class. FOR the "Naval though, Admiral Hogan warned. stration. Caribbean Deployment
Training Bulletin," Admiral Ho- :. w Planes and pilots of Attack

USNH Beaufort S.C. The: I gan pointed out that the Navy I :. Squadron 176 returned to NAS

Naval Hospital here has received has benefited from labor-saving Jacksonville Monday morning

the Secretary of the Navy devices that provide leisure time after being deployed with Car-

"Achievement in Safety" award for men who formerly practici- : rier Air Group 10 aboard the

for the sixth consecutive year. pated in physical exercise in per- ; i USS Shangri-La since June 1.
formance of routine duties. t Headed by Comdr. J. R. Stegg,
NAS Cecil Field-Capt. T. There is a tendency now for bMq skipper of the Thunderbolt unit
Hopkins is slated to relieve
of these men to not
W'I many engagein the VA-176 AD Skyraiders touched -
William R. Staggs as regular exercises with a resultant down at 1130.
ing officer of NAS Cecil Field at run-down of physical fit- f :
1Mh A good-sized crowd
0800 July 27. I ness. familiesand
friends were on hand to welcome -
I The article also stressed that
Ft. Sam Houston, Tex.-One of physical exercise at personnel home.
any age
the most colorful performers as should be well planned and not ::4!! The squadron has been opera-
) ing in the Caribbean.
a U.S. pentathlon team captain be a boring or burdensome pro- been It has not
determined how
and top individual competitor gram. The type of exercise is not long the
during his active military serviceis important. < s A squadron will remain aboard the

now trying out here for the EVEN DEEP breathing, if per- / ; : ft Station.

1960 Olympic pentathlon squad. rON
formed regularly, will improvethe

He is Jack Daniels, a first lieu- tone of the diaphragm mus- MDBS Payment Due

tenant in the Army Reserve, who cles, resulting in benefit to lung Mutual Death Benefit Society

volunteered for active duty this tissue and pumping action of the members are reminded that Assessment -

summer. diaphragm.The .
Nos. 137 and 138 are
problem of overweightalso
. now due.Payment.
NS Green Cove Springs, Fla.- I has a partial solution in exercise n
SUMMER CRUISE Patrol Squadron 911,
Capt. William C. Howes relieved I even though the ultimate patrol squadron home based at NAS South Weymouth a Mass. is of $2.20 for the two

Capt. David A. Harris as Com- solution is to reduce one's intake currently aboard the Naval Air Station on its annual two-weeks assessments must be paid by the

mander Florida Group, Atlantic below the amount needed duringa training duty. One of the Reservists' plane crews is shown after close of business today (July 21.)
arrival here. Front row, (left to right) J. A. Fallavollita, A02:
Reserve Fleet at
a ceremony day. M. V. Siriannl AEM2; and Comdr. John A. Wilkinson, VP-911 Checks or money orders shouldbe
inspection last week at Naval The average Navyman will gain skipper. Rear, Lt. P. E. Cote: A. Halasz ADR1: H. P. Thurlow, made
Station Green Cove Springs. I approximately 20 to 25 pounds of ADRCA: L. G. Shaw, ADRC: G. P. Belliveau, ATN3: Lt. C. R. payable to Employees'Mutual
Kinnaird and Lt. D. C. Morrison. Death Benefit Society.

_ .__ JAX AIR NEWS 21 July 1960

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I \
l Twenty-eight births were recorded dur.
ing a recent week at the Naval Hospital
,\) -- I with girls leading the Hit with 17 tiny
.IE"" """:=;. ---- gait.

t? ? \( Born Jun. 10 were Candaca Sue, to
Rudolph Lemke, ATR3, and Mn. Lemke;
,Aviation Ordnanceman'c School I : e r( Kathy Jo to Glen Ottinger, AK2, and

/-Class 6019, a junior class, and .. Mn. Ottinger, and Kathleen Marie, to
)013 were the top two honor .: \ : Robert Doyle HM1, and Mri. Doyle.
,e Three tiny tots were also born Jun. 11.
classes for the week. Class 6025R, They Included: Shannon Dale, to Vern

a Reserve class, placed third.P. MJ t Kayei, PR1, and Mri. Kayei; Thomas
Rodriguez of Class 6019 finished ; Gregory, to Arthur Rozum, All, and Mrs.
Rozum, and Melody Sue, to James Gonce,
a mere one-half point l in .
.i '', ., AMI 1, and Mri. Gonce.
front of classmate J. W. Payne I Born Jun. 12 were David Joseph, to

for honorman honors for the Gordon Alcorn, ADJC, and Mrs. Alcorn;
week. "': Brenda Kayleen, to Murry Season, BM2,
and Mri. Beaton; Margaret Mary, to
AO "A" School is now starting James Burgess, AD1, and Mrs. Burgess,
a new class weekly instead of and Robert Leroy, to Mllfred Crews, AOl,
bi-weekly as formerly because of BANK MILESTONE The NAS Jax facility of the Barnett National Bank celebrated its 17th and Mrs. Crews.
increase in anniversary this week with a cake and punch party. Comdr. Robert E. Nelson NAS Jax executive leading the arrivals of Jun. 13 was
an the amount of Incoming
officer, (front row, center) cuts the birthday cake as Comdr. Henry J. Skipper, (left) NAS Joseph Edward, born to Billy Davis, EM3,
students; Class 6028 will Jax Navy Exchange Officer; Mr. Edward Clements, Bank Manager Comdr. E. W. Scanilebury, and Mrs. Davis. Also, Wayne Winford, to
start classes next Monday. NAS Jax Comptroller, and W. T. Evans, a retired Marine officer and fint bank customer, look on. Alvin Weston, AN, and Mri. Weston, and
Congratulations to Pfc. D. C. Others in photo are employees of the bank. In the same location since its inception in 1943, the fa. Thomas Donald Jr., to Thomas Arterbury,
cility has expanded from three employees to 17. AD2, and Mrs. Arterbury.Born .
Jesson, the first AO "A" Marine- _ Jun. 14t Ella Marie, to Joseph

oftheWeek.F. Cunningham, SN, and Mrs. Cunningham;
M. Lynch, ATCA, of the Barnett Bank Station Facility Reaches Roxane, to Vernon Smith, AD2, and Mrs.
Smith; Denise Ann, to Gerald Saner,
Library, will be leaving AKC, and Mrs. Sasser; Sharon Ann, to
soon for Purdue Universityto Ensign and Mrs. George Coffey, and
study in the NESEP program 17th Year With One Million Deposits Laue.Baby girl, to Roland Laue, RM3, and Mrs.

with hopes of becoming an electronics .
Six babies were welcomed at the Hospital
engineer. I One million deposits represent I I Jun. 15. These Included CarolynLee
He has from three to 17 employees.A ones. Some 43,277 accounts have Canata, AN, and Mrs.
already completed two I a lot of money but that's how to Anthony
I I been closed due to personnel Casiata Kevin Dale, to James Ron, AQ1,
years of schooling and upon finish many the Naval Air Station Fa. total of 47,426 accounts have ;
I I transfers. and Mrs. Ross Mary Suiann, to Verle (C
of the next two years he will cility Office of the Barnett Nat been handled to date. At the pre- "WE HAVE Willey, MM2 ;and Mrs. Willey; Peggy
graduate with a degree in elec- I ional Bank has handled here sent time there are 4,500 active an average of 250 Done, to Frederic Wood, EMC, and Mrs. ,

tronics and be commissioned in since it's opening in July, 1943. new accounts monthly, with about Wood; Margo lynn, to Kenneth Van Clse,
the "Hello. Is this the City Bridge 200 closing out, leaving a little SFP3, and Mrs. Van Clie, and Gregory j
I' THE FACILITY is finishing its Department?" gain.each month," said Clements.The Allen, to Franklin Aldridge, AD2, and J
17th year of continous service to Mrs. Aldrldge.
Aviation Electrician's Mate military and civilian personnel. "Yes. What can we do for you?" Facility also cashes some Rounding out the lilt were a quartet 1

School-Congratulations to the 38 According to Edward Clements, "How many points do you get 22,000 checks per month that are born Jun. 16. They were Charles Aaron, l

students and instructors of AE Assistant Cashier and Manager, for a small slam?" drawn on other banks. About to Robert Bryant, TN, and Mrs. Bryant;
Dana lynne, to AS/Sgt. and Mrs. HowardBall
80,000 handled
Schools who have been authorized business operations of the bank S by other
; Johanna Marie, to tt.; and.Mrs. Paul ,
to receive P-I or P-2 profici- began where it is now located.It Don't worry if your hair is banks and drawn against the NAS Pfeiffer, and Baby boy, to It. and Mrs.
branch are received each month. Gerald .
ency pay. has been enlarged four times, thin few people look good in THE BANK: Coffe9.Saratocia (
The instructors are C. E. Gav- provides New York
itt, ATC-P2, Phase III Supervisor though, and the staff has grown I fat hair anyway. Drafts, Travelers Cheques, and Band To Play .}t

of "B" School. Also, B. H. I : ... .. ..;: ? .:........ : : ? ..... items Money Orders. It also collects For Dancing At USO
Marshman, AEC-P1; T. H. Stan- from other banks at request -
A dance tomorrow (Friday)
ley, AE1-P1; J. A. Colman, AE1- ::1:1r of the customers. Small t
Pl r loans and financing are not han featuring the music of the USS
; N. a Painter, AE1-P1, andL. .: ; (
D. King, ATI-PI. dIed at the station branch but Saratoga band will be a highlight .

AE "A" Phase III has a new are referred to the downtown of USO activities this weekat

chief by the name of C. M. Caple 4.I office. the USO Club, 331 W. For- I

who received his "hard hat" atSaturday's : ; : The Bank is open for business syth St. r
from 1000 to 1500
I Monday
personnel inspection.
... b
( through Thursday and 1000 to The informal event is scheduled
Phase VII at AE "A" is wel- ( .
h 1630 on Fridays. tomorrow from 2000 to 2300. r
coming its newest member of the IC I/

instructor staff, S. R. Smith, AEC. C ) ; .:. I Vespers and refreshments cour-

Phase II, meanwhile, loses an in.. Open House Slated \tdy, of the. Salvation Army

structor, R. E. Rutan, AEC, who A Corps are slated Sunday at 1730
Aug. 3 At
retires from the VP18Wives
Navy. ? at the club. This will be followed
Instructor-of-the-week is Herb- nj and children of membersof
by a feature movie, "Lucky
ert Quade, AECS, Phase II Sup- j' Patrol Squadron 18 will be "
ervisor at AE "B" School. Quade, treated to a Dependents Day Open Partners.

in all probability the tallest man House August 3 at the squadron's

on the NATTUnit staff, is often 4 j p.' c I working spaces in Hangar 123. DiviNE
called "Beanpole" by friends. event will help dependentsand SERVICES
guests obtain a clearer understanding 1 ,

of VP-18s mission and
All Saints Sets the daily functions
the patrol Sunday, July 24, 1960
squadron.A .
Family PicnicAll : movie
lecture and static displays
LATIN AMERICAN VISITOR Major Brigidaro RenaldoJ. of 0830-Service of Worihip.
Saints Chapel will holda R. de Carvalho Silho Jr., Chief of Staff of the Brazilian Air power plants, avionics, 0930-Sunday School three-
family picnic on Saturday, Force, inspects Naval Air Technical Training Unit sailors while survival and ordnance will be partof year-olds through adults
July 30 at 1730. The picnic here on a visit Wednesday, July 13. Capt. John Baggett of theN the Building
will be held in the picnic AS Marine Barracks accompanied the Brazilian. Major Silho program. 722; Adult Bible Class, Chap
was met by Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig, Commander Fleet Air Highlight will be a tour throughone lain Wolfe, in Small Chapel.
grounds adjacent to the Pro-
Jacksonville. He was rendered honors and a 19-gun salute. Pur. 0930-Service of Worship.
testant chapel.Reservations. pos of the visit was to meet with 12 Brazilian Air Force and of VP-18's P2V Neptune-air, 1100-Service w
for the affairare Navy students undergoing training at NATTU. craft with a mock alert toppingoff Worship. ,,8
1830-Teen-Age, Senior High

People desired wishing prior to to make July reservations 27.- Boards Meet To Select Corps NCOs I the day's activity. Fellowship ship of Protestants and United, Building Fellow-722 b(J

may call one of the Headquarters Marine Corps has Corps Merges Air Land and Small ChapeL
following ladies: Mrs. J. C. announced the tentative FY 1961 to E-9 grades of sergeant major 5t
Feder ext 8150 Mrs. K. R. Headquarters In Norfolk
; staff non-commissioned officer and master gunnery sergeant.The ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL ,
Shirley, ext 474 or Mrs. E. P. Headquarters Marine
Corps 0830
selection board schedule.The 1000-Sunday Mass.a .
Hammond, ext 603. third board, scheduled to will consolidate soon the head- wC
The get will board to select staff sergeants (
together be
meet Oct. 10 will select
sergeantsand quarters of Fleet Marine Force ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL
sponsored by the Chapel Wo and acting gunnery sergeants -
acting staff sergeants (E-5) Atlantic and Air Naval Hospital BJ
men's Guild. (E-6)) for promotion to Fleet Marine

gunnery sergeant (E-7) was due for promotion to staff sergeant Force Atlantic, both located in 0630 0615-Confessions.Mass. gB
I From a newspaper in the Far to meet July 11. (E-6)). Norfolk, Va.Purpose 0930-1015--Java Club. pr

East comes the story of a boy On Sept. 19, a board will con- The number of promotions to of the consolidation is 1030-Protestant Worship Serv or:

who, on his mother's receiving vene to select Marines for pro- be authorized in each grade has to achieve greater staff and com- ice. WJ
her driver's license, dubbed her: motion to the E-8 grades of first not been determined, nor have mand efficiency, headquarterssaid. Christian 15
"Oh-Ma, the dent maker." !s icrgeant and master sergeant and .the eligibilty requirements. Tuesday, 1900, Small Chapel.page at


21 July 1960 JAX AIR NEWS

Face Tough Fliers Foes r: -1iflr-T:: a {x'S

Next WeekThe r
F 1,

Jax Navy Fliers, still experiencing I___ f tyA
difficulty in piecing

streak together, face any the Parris sized Island winning Ma- VA-44 Hornets Grab

rines and Ft. Gordon in a four-

at day Mason home Field.stand starting Sunday'i Iron Man Trophy LegIssuing

The Fliers and PI start what

may be Jax Navy's sternest four a loud challenge, Capt. Damon W. Cooper, skip

. days of the season with a Sab- a per of VA-44, said, "The VA-44 Hornets are going to be
bath tilt starting at 1400 and a ,I ''c.__ tougher than ever to beat in the next six months of intramural -

Monday game at 1600. play." The occasion was last 'week's Mainside Intra-

THE MARINES, who held a {b T!+ {'' mural sports banquet held at the Mainside Mess Hall.
43-16 record at mid-month will VA-44 captured a leg on the
L Marine Barracks, one of the
be tough to handle. The Islanderswill ) Iron Man Trophy. The powerful
smaller units aboard the station,
be out for
revenge on any "Hornets" scored a total of 4,090
\y 1 was also in the running for the
unsuspecting foe, having just been }
};, Z. points to capture the crown.
:{ trophy with 2,260 points.
bounced out of contention for the : THEY FINISHED third in bas-
FAETU ANOTHER small outfit -
East Coast Marine championship.Ft. ketball for 840 points while four
Gordon's Provosts, due at bowling teams took the Mainsideand proved it's athletic prowessby
finishing sixth with'' a total of
Mason Field for Tuesday and All-Station titles for 1300
Wednesday contests, should proveat counters. 2,215 points. They came in tenthin
basketball for 390 points. Two
least as equally strong' as the UL L Capt. Coopers' men took 1,110
teams; entered in it
Marine nine. points by finishing third in soft- bowling gave

Like the Monday PI game, the CHANGE OF COMMAND Col. Frank R. Porter Jr., (left) ball, plus placing two men on 230 points.
Other that finished in the
pair of tilts with Ft. Gordon are takes over command of the Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment Jax Navy's varsity baseball team. teams
top ten were VAP-62 with 2,025
ticketed for a 16CO start. in unusual televised change of command ceremonies last Golf gave the "Hornets" 590
ONE THING that can be told week at the studios of WFGA-TV Channel 12, in Jacksonville. counters, while their splashers points, Operations 1,610, Aircraft
from the optimistic side of the Relinquishing reins of MARTD is Lt. Col Patrick Harrison (rt.) accounted for 410 points giving Maintenance 1,495 and 679th AC-

ledger for Jax Navy the home them a third place in the Main. WRON, 1,205.
V A.4 4 .,09 0
club will be carrying a one-game TOP ATHLETIC FEAT side Swim meet.WINNERS VW-4 ......... n. ..................:....._.._.->. 3,230
winning streak into the first PI OF last years' award Adminiiration ............._......_ 3,090
contest. VW-4 "Hurricane Hunters" fin- Hospital. ... ..........._-.._..._..._ 2,795
Joe Williams and ace reliever ished a fast second walking off Marine Barracks ......._._._.._._....._ 2,260
CAN EARN TROPHYHave FAETU ............._.._.._..__.?..._ 2,215
Don Ward picked up a 10-9 win with first place swimming honors VAP-62 .............. _........___.._._ 2.025
for the Fliers over Hunter AFB made a hole-in-one recently? Or bowled a and 560 points. Operations ........_......_.___ 1,610
last Wednesday at Mason Field. you The Cane Hunters placed sec- Aircraft Maintenance .__-._......_ 1,495
Despite winning the game, the perfect game or hurled a no-hit, no-run baseball game? ond in intramural basketball for 679th AC&WRON, ._.....___ 1,205O
It's athletic feats like this that & R ..__..............-...__ 1,150
Fliers were outhit by Hunter, 14- earn a Navyman a handsome manding officer.IT 870 counters. They had tough Medical ..._._....,___.._.tll1L.1.L. 995
8, What aided Jax Navy in pick- looking trophy. HAS TO be attested to by luck in bowling, finishing seventhfor VP-18 ......,_........a.____ 900
ing up its fourth win in 22 starts teammates and an official of the only 360 points. ComFatrJax ........______ 780
THE AWARDS something
was a four-run eighth inning. bowling alley. VW-4 in second in the NARTU 770
heretofore not highly publicized, came Supply .... ., ?. _.... 680
THE McCAFFREYMEN whacked have been made since 1954. All The golf hole-in-one must be Softball standings but not havingany VA.35 .____..__ 540
five straight hits in this frame, shot on a regulation course, one players on the varsity squad FAW-JI _._.._.___..... 320
officers and enlisted men on ac- ......__._.. __.
highlighted by Bernie Wesolow- having not more than five par- held them to 850 points. They VP.5 320
ski's triple. tive duty for at least 90 days are had two teams entered in Chaplains ..._......?...__................ 190
eligible.Of three holes. golf, Waves ................__........-.........._.. 160
In a game one day earlier, Earl must roll a 300 The request for this kind of picking up a 590 total. MARTD ........................._....__............ 120
Wise, Hunter chunker, tossed a course you trophy goes through same chan- ADMINISTRATION was kingof VU.10 ._............_................- minus 40
two-hit win over the Fliers. Loser game or pitch a perfect softball nels as for bowling and must be the Softball diamonds pickingup Public Works ......... ................. minus 200
Charles Miles gave up 10 hits. game, or some other Herculean, accompanied by playing part- 1,610 points including havingone Vp.16 ................... ...... .... ........ minus 600

Only two Jax! hits were singlesoff task on the battleground of sport. ners and the golf course pro. man on the varsity team. The

the sticks of Dick Savage and For bowling a 300 game or 700 THE SOFTBALL award goes "Raiders" took 850 points in bow- Non Pareils
series in ten-pins, send the tro-
Bob Gadson. The two home team for a pitcher who allows no hits, ling with help from Special Ser-
runs came on an error and passed phy request to Chief of Naval no runs and no man to reach first vices but a bad showing in the The Corps-wide aqua compe-
ball. Personnel through your com- titions will be held at the Ma-
base in a regularly scheduled pools and on the diving board
rine Corps Supply Center, Al-
game. gave them only 190 counters in
A. C. Johns Paces Ga. 22-23.
The no-hit, no-run baseball swimming. bany, July

Tennis TourneySet Navy Pistol Squad game must be in league play. Request Admen made a strong comebackin Since the turn of the century,

For NovicesA The Jax Navy pistol team through same channels as basketball but only picked up there have been only five per-
the rest, must be accompanied by 470 points. The "Raiders" came fectly-pitched games in the major -
Novice Tennis showed top shooting skill
is some
authenticated scorebook.So in 12th in golf for 170 points. leagues. These were by Cy
planned to start August 1 at Saturday against the Jacksonville
it's now in order to sharpen finished with
a grand
NAS Jax for people just start- Police Pistol Club, with two men Young in 1904, Addie Joss in 1908,
your golfing eye and get that old total of 2,795 points. The Corps
ing out in the racquet game. placing first in the matches. Ernie Shore in 1917, Charlie Rob-
soup bone in shape. A trophy men captured first place in bask-
Interested persons should Coach A. C. Johns scored a looks good resting on the mantel etball giving them 850 points, ertson in 1922 and Don Larsenin
contact Frank 584x600 to capture first positionin
McCaffrey ath- piece. including points for varsity men. the 1956 World Series.
the Master class while team-
letic director, at extension 585. I
Entries should be in no later mate G. D. Carapellotti took first :

than July 29. Competition will place honors in the Expert class

be held in singles only, on the with a 557x600. iiI I
Mainside Exchange Courts. Other Navy shooters were D.
V. Peters, who finished in the

show position iit the Expert class

Braves At Home with a 546x600 score and C. B.

Hardin who took second in the 2 r E : I. um iU
For Short StandThe
Sharpshooter's class, shooting

Savannah Pirates hook up 522x600.

with the Jacksonville Braves ina

four-day stand at the local Paul Wiggins, defensive end for

baseball park starting tomorrow the Cleveland Browns, checked Viz's ;t.
(Friday) at 1930. into the Presidio of San Francisco y

Following this short home for two weeks of active duty

stand, the Braves travel to Ma- George Willis of the 3d Marine y-b t .
con for a trio of tilts, coming
Div. who racked up 498 points
back here July 30 for a series
with the Asheville Tourists and with a 27.6 point per game aver- 1k aJrt

Columbia Gems.Servicemen age while playing basketball, has

are admitted to all received an athletic scholarshipfrom

Braves regular 'season home Michigan State University. \ i :I: >& )t\.i\ j

games for only 60 cents upon ,.. ,.. .
t ., ,, .'
: .
;h.:rn :}KST'; Je' !> + : 'h.Ifwm/:E'filFiHm' .vi;;;c.:':: :;:: .4
presentation of ID card. Initial meeting of the season
TROPHY WINNERS Displaying wares won in various Mainside spring intramural leagues
Weeknight tilts start at 1930, for fall intramural bowling are members of championship teams which received the trophies at last week's Mainside Banquet.
one-half hour earlier than before, Left to right are Comdr. J. F. McGuire of FAETU, holding MainJide and AU-8tation golf trophies:
with Sunday games starting at leagues at Mainside is planned Capt. William L. Engelman, Hospital commanding officer, with Mainside and All-Station basket-
1500 and weekday doubleheadersat for July 29 at 0930 in the Main- ball trophies: Vic CieplinskJof VA-44, All-Siation'bowiing: Bruce"StetafefdtT VW-4, swimming:
Red Holland., VA-44 Mainside bowling trophy Bob Bier, Administration. All-Station softball trophy -
1830. side gym, Building Three. and Comdr. J. L. Callaghan. Administration with Mainside softball' trophy.

+ 6 JAX AIR NEWS: 21 July 1960

All Hands Should Know

Station Hurricane Bill

Abby, the first "gal gale" of the season, was churning up
the, waters of the 'Caribbean last week which leads us to
wonder: Do all hands know what
safety measures to take ,
when a hurricane approaches '

Jacksonville has never been -I
devastated by a hurricane as action, not a tragic affair like

have other Florida cities; still, as that of the recent Chilean earth- ta1
many old time Florida residents quake. Natural disasters can hap-

have said, "There ain't no sense pen, though, and they have hap- ?

in betting against the weather pened, right here in Florida. i t Y 7'7 '41hSe
THE NAS JAX Hurricane Bill Your life and that of membersof { :

covers, explicitly, directions to your family are at stake. Disregard -
all hands, explains the four hur- this warning if you desire
ricane conditions, and provides but don't be the bottleneckthat

basic guidance during, and after, prevents those around you
duty hours. from getting the warning.

For residents of this area, the PASS THIS paper along; point

Jacksonville Civil Defense and(CD Duval) Council County of out that out, pre-hurricane and help spread warningsare the Wit '' rm'wr'Y" '- '{'>I:>.:;".' +.: w'4"';>'::''''''''''' ... .; .. ..... ....?..>.w;'<'+.'..,......,...;"i.. {'.....on .....e.;.,.w'w.: sNaav...,<.,:.,v.,...

has word. Ask your immediate OUTSTANDING EMPLOYEES HONORED ,An outstanding performance rating for the
published a directive detailing ervisor sup- past year has earned recognition for 18 employees at the Naval Hospital. Cap William L. Engel.
about the
home safety measures to be Hurricane Bill, man Hospital commanding officer presented the certificates. Front row (left to right) James Harrison .
taken in.event of an approaching then call Civil Defense for a copy Maintenance; David Jennings Laboratory; Anne Wells Personnel Pearl Warren, Maintenance
! hurricane. of Hurricane Safety Measures.It's ; Capt. Engelman; Janet Ruge Library; Marguerite Biggeritaff Legal, and Theophilus Baum.
hoped won't need to eider Maintenance. Rear, Richard Wright, Maintenance Elnor Cashwell, Laboratory; Marjorie
t The directive contains 13 lucky Mally Personnel Eunice Cunningham, Medical Service; Paul Davis, Laboratory; Billye Campbell
I rules that may save your life and put those measures into effect. Finance: Hugh Baker,Maintenance and Nathaniel Breaker Food Service. Not present were Mary
property. is But-don't take any bets that TaaTeh..nh, Sconveri and Maggie NAVPI.Navy's .
II Au copy easily procured
n, by calling Civil Defense at you
Campus Programs
Disaster Control Organization MOVE

personnel are trained in emerg- Seeking EM ApplicationsTwo (Continued from Page 1))
ency recovery operations and er to hurricane spawning areas

play an important role in security rr popular Navy programs which offer a man a college of the Atlantic and Caribbean.A .
gun au noN
of the Station before and aou n education and Navy commission are now seeking appli- fourth reason for the moveit
after a hurricane. They are alert- cations. was pointed out will be the
ed when Hurricane Condition 1 The Navy's Scientific Education cording to results'of service-wide ability for the squadron to
C is declared. c Program and the Naval Re- examinations and also physical fulfill its commitments of

These disaster control teams, serve Officer Training Course are examinations. long-range surveillance of the
together with Civil Defense peo- again open to enlisted men and NROTC applicants must be Atlantic Missile Range and for
ple, can do a bang-up job after Regular meeting of Yukon women of the regular Navy and males in pay grade E-2 or above, similar duties in connectionwith
Branch 126 of the Fleet Reserve between 17 and 21 of
the fact; however, it is up to us those Naval Reservists on active years age the Navy's guided mis-
Association is scheduled for tonight I during July of the year applica-
to see that it is only a mop-up duty. sile operations at Roosevelt
at the meeting hall. 4530 THEY WILL be chosen ac- tion is made, high school graduate Roads.
120th St. in Yukon. or have a service equivalentby
Brand hous-
PinsGiven new Capehart
Longevity The following will take over on First 'Middle' GED or correspondence courses ing awaits the 45 officer and
the board of directors unmarried and must never
for the 200 enlisted families makingthe
Continued from
Five At next year: Paul Hetz, president; Chamber of Commerce Page at) a have been married, must be U.S. move. In addition, new
W. H. Johnson citizen and have recommendationof BOQ facilities will be
vice-president; ready
dance to be held on the terraceof
Public WorksFive Wilson Sandefer, secretarytreasurer the Prudential Building.The his commanding officer. for the bachelors of the squadron. -
; Jim Murphy, C. F. Atte- The age requirement can be .
Public Works employeeshave bery, John Crotty, Orrin Allen, second group of midshipmen waived if the applicant has pre-
received the Navy's anchor- Michael Tkac, Lowell Lorbeer, to visit here is scheduled to vious college] credits if he does '
type lapel emblems for having John Campbell, Richard McMul- arrive August 1 and the third on not reach age 25 July 1 of the ;"1; :

each completed more than 20 len, Pete Kozar, J. W. "Red" August 15. Each will consist of year in which that person com-

years service. Christman and W. L. Wood. some 250 midshipmen.The pletes four years of college.]
The Incentive Awards Programof UPON GRADUATION, he willb :
Delegates to attend the South- three contingents will also ..
the Civil Service Commisssion e commissioned a n ensign 1 n .F'4. : '
provides for recognition of employees eastern Region Caucus will be be sent to other facilities the Navy or second lieutenantin I3Y F. j

for their long and faith- chosen at tonight's meeting. The throughout the summer for dif- the Marine Corps and orderedto

ful service to the Federal govern- I caucus is set for the Hotel Patten, ferent types of orientation. In active duty. Fifty-two colleges
ment. Chattanooga, Tenn., Aug. 4-6. and universities operate under 6 r. ".
addition to Jacksonville and Pen- 8' .d'k}Cr 1
Federal service, both militaryand the NROTC program. v
civilian, is honored in com- A mother octopus at Marine sacola, there's the Amphibious Navy Scientific Education Pro- 4

puting service longevity for this Studios, Marineland, Fla., depos- Training Command at Little gram requirements are similar to :
purpose. ited approximately 280,000 eggs 1 Creek, Va. and the Naval Ship- NROTC requirements except that >i,

Selected for the awards for May within a two-week period. yard in Philadelphia, Pa. both men and women may aoolv '

were, Julian Dean, of Maintenance for NESEP schooling and that, I ij;

Division, who has also after graduation, a person in the :
worked at the Navy yard, Char N f }, jb NESEP must attend Officer Can-
leston, S. C., and at NAS Cecil didate School. Y "f
Field. S Yf '
Applicants must not have 'C ; i. :
Also, Walter McMahan in the G %< a f7 reached their 25th birthday.
9 nfr.k. -.4'
U. S. Army for over one year There is a six-year period of obligation -

and as a civilian at NAS Jax,for upon selection to attenda r
almost 19 years, and Lewis Bowen NESEP school. After two yearsof ,
with over five years in the college] the candidate must .

Army and 14 years at NAS Jax. extend for two more years. :* %
Month of June winners were k\ J THE PROGRAM' is uninter- k .
Clifford Wemp Sr., military duty 4 rupted for no more than four hYS i;' '

with the Army for one year, and fr years which includes colleges
Civilian duty at NAS Jax for 19 u m mer sessions leading to a : f; #

years, and Thomas Wood, with baccalaureate degree in major I _a '
over a year in the Army and 18 fields of study in science and en-
years at NAS Jax. gineering.

Twenty colleges] and universities t' 4c

Cub Pack 131 Planning have been selected to partici- .
pate in the NESEP program. C. ,
July Meeting At Blanding
The July meeting of Cub Scout a Applicants for both the NR-

Pack 131 will be held at 1100 OTC and NESEP programs must ..
send special request chits through WORKING GAL-This winsome .
(July 23) at Camp Florida State coed Miss
commanding officer with
Blanding. '
Ann Eastham,
WIN SERVICE PINS J' NESEP needed before earns her tuition
Capt. Henry EltM NAS Jax requests
Persons are asked to note the Public Works Officer, (left) presents pins to five veteran em- Aug. 15. NROTC applicants havea in a risky way. She's the lass
change in date. The meeting will ployees of the Public Works Department. Receiving length-of. who jumps the famous diving
longer time to with
be held in the same area of the service pins are, from left Walter McMahan Clifford Wemp Sr.. apply horse from a. 75 foot tower into
camp as was used last month. Thomas Wood, and Julian Dean. Not present was Lewis Bowen. the dates of submission from a 10 foot tank at the Atlantic
currently on
Aug. 1 to Sept. 20.
City Steel Pier.po .