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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 17, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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HOLIDAY LEAVE



Coming In Up Time? JfI X' GRANDMOTHER Take 'Soup'Apply


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VoL 18 No. 37 U. S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 17 November 1960




Leave Periods For




..: Holiday Season Set



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With the holiday season nearing, NAS Jax has announ-
ced holiday leave and liberty periods. According to NAS

Jacksonville Notice 1050, the leave time will be divided into
II IIiI
two periods.The .
r first period will be from in their possession.

0600 Friday, December 16 to 0600 Persons departing on leave will

Thursday, .December 29. The be paid on regular pay days.
second period will be from 0800 Those persons desiring to have

Thursday, December 29, to 0800, their pay checks mailed to them

Wednesday, January 11. should provide their division, officer .1

HEADS OF departments ,are a self-addressed stamped,
reminded by the Notice that not envelope for mailing the check

more than 50 percent of their DIVISION officers are to"col,

military personnel are to be lect checks on pay day and mail

granted leave during each of the them on that date.to'those who

leave periods. have requested/ hem and who

All leave requests should be have provided"envelopes..

submitted to the Military Per-

sonnel Office' for the first periodnot
FAIR TO
RUN
later than pecember 8 and i

for the second not later than'' END SATURDAYOnly
:
December 16.
4+ :
J4 three and
In addition heads of depart- days nights
remain for the 1960 Greater
ments may grant liberty begin- Jacksonville Agricultural and
atsa, y ..- ning at 1200 daily on normal, Industrial Fair which has ben
ANNIVERSARY A young work days during the period of holding forth at the Gator
Marine cuts huge cake during Bowl and baseball park for
the 185th anniversary ball of December 22-31. Of course, this the past week.
MARINES OBSERVE185th the Marine Corps h.ld last liberty will be consistent with Children under .18 will be
Thursday at the Bl .,ack.tl, maintaining proper security and l admitted free to' the fair tomorrow -
+ Inn. A capacity crwd Attend: carrying"on' all normal ..routinestation ,I (Friday) and Satur'
BIRTHDAYU. ed the affair. Marine officers day. Members of the armed
celebrated the birthday with functions and services. services in uniform will be
a ball at the Officers Club and PERSONS taking leave during admitted at no charge on
S. Marines based here celebrated their 185th Anni- non-commissioned officers held this period are cautioned to remember Armed Forces Day at the Fair
versary'with balls at the Bluejackets Inn, Women's Club their anniversary fete at theWoman' that reduced furlough Saturday.

and the Officer's Club last Thursday. The evening was high- Col. Frank, Club Porter in Jacksonville., command fares on railroads are only attainable There are fair five and admission ample

lighted by a_cake cutting! at__ each event. ing officer of Marine Air Reserve if people are travelingin parkingtspace adjoins the fair
It was on November 10, 1775 Training Detachment is uniform, purchase round trip grounds. (See photo on page
I that the Continental Congreis I With the end of the Revolution -/ the senior Marine officer in I tickets, and have leave papers 2.)
this
authorized raising nf turn battalions the Marines were disestab- area.
of Marines for service dur- lished along' with other branchesof

ing the Revolution.\ Four months the Armed Forces. NAS Hearing Conservation Study

later they went into the first The Marine Corps was reor-

of a long list of actions. ganized in 1798 to take part in
- IN THEIR first raid, in the the unofficial war against /Is Designed To Aid All PersonsA

Bahamas, the Marines seized "'France.

guns and powder to help in the Not afterwards
long they
team of two at the Civil- parts are conducting a similar test high noise areas with a
struggle for independence. teamed up with Navymen in the"Med" ian Dispensary is busy con- program for the military at noise analyzer and other equip-

against the Barbary pirates ducting a hearing conserva- the Building Eight Dispen- ment to determine what sounds

Turkey Day Feast and proved to maritime tion program for civilian em- sary. the human ear can stand.
nations of the world that this
ployees, while their counter- Basis of the program is toj I I IN CONNECTION with this
upstart country was a force to
To Offer Chance be noticed. portion of the program civilian
and military personnal assignedto
DURING the War with Mexico
,
high noise areas are givena
For Family MealIn Marines took several ports along hearing test periodically to determine -

the coast of that country. In addition if there is any loss of
keping with a custom of a special battalion served hearing.The .

several years, military persons with the Army and stormed Mex- hearing test is conductedin
will have members of their fam- ico City. This is where the Hallsof ,.ay F a nearly sound-pdof booth by
ilies dining with them for Montezuma was added to the
I Earl Jones, UN, and Roland
Thanksgiving dinner at mess Marines Hymn.In .
Byrd, Industrial Hygienist. Theyuse
halls again this year. WWI, they turned back a an audiometer which recordsa

Personnal subsisting on the German attack that had threatened person's hearing ability on a

general mess and those drawing ,to engulf Paris. granh. The test is given for both
commuted rations both will be 4 the left'and right ear.
allowed for the traditional The chronicle of the Marine
guests There is no clear-cut level at
Corps in the more recent WWII
Thanksgiving feast.
Y which noise becomes hazardousto
and the Korean Conflict is well
Each have his
person may I health. Factors such as overall
wife, all his children and both known to all. sound intensity, frequency, nat-

parents as guests. Or he may ure of the noise, length of exposure -
have one non-family guest. and individual suscepti-
Alaskan AE HonormanThe
Special meal tickets for these i C F. bility (which varies widely
guests and for persons on 50th state claimed the
among individuals) greatly influence -
"ComRats" will be sold by cash- honor student of Class 6024 F, er permissible exposure.

iers in mess halls at Mainsideand which graduated from AE School f THE HEARING Conservation
NATTUnit during the noon
last week. Program is designed to preserve
meal from Nov. 15 to 23.
Charges will be one dollar for Leslie Colette, AEAA, who -- human hearing by preventive

civilians, 80 cents for personson hails from Fairbanks, Alaska, HEARING CONSERVATION-Roland Byrd NAS Jax In- measures. The major elementsof
dustrial Hygienist, and Earl Jones, HN, check the noise levelin this program are:
"comrats" and 60 cents for
was named honorman of the the O&R Test Cell with the aid'of a sound level met r, con test and
.
children under 12. No Audiometry (hearing
dependent
class. He now heads for duty at denser microphone assembly and a noise analyzer. The equip
refunds can be given on unused ment is used in connection with audiometer tests given to ear examinations by qualified
tickets. NAS Corpus Christi, Texas. civilian and military persons working in high noise areas. (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 2))

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Santa Letters "

HAS,' JeckeMYRIoleer ':..' '. 1
: Jemet R. Reedy Commanding Officer For 6th Year :
Comdr. Robert Nelson Executive Officer \
NAB fey fleet. Air lacbo..m.
leer Adm. Kenneth Craig Commander Eielion AFB, Alaska (AFPS-)

Capt. Greytton H. Weber Chief of Staff, MrJax For the sixth year, the Air Force
Capt. Nelson M Heed Chief of Stiff, NAB Six is making it possible for the
Heel Air Wb0 Eleve.. .. .
Capt. Renfro Turner, Jr. ______Commander children of service personnel to : <:::.. .,:: : .. ,
Capt. Murlln W. letters from Santa postmarked A
Alley Chief Staff Officer get ., :,. .
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Navel Ak Technical Unto "Santa Claus House
Training from t :!
Capf.: Robert Flaming Officer{ North pole, Alaska"Last v2" ,
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Comdr Marion K. Smith Eve Officer t .
Nave .......1 year, members of Det. 1 of :: f.., ",:.. .. ,
:
Cap William L EngebiuMCapt. Commending Officer the 55th Weather Recon. Sq. in ..,., : y .f....::
: John. O. feeler _____ : j:
NARTU Executive Officer Alaska spent their off-duty timeto ,. ....,.... ,.. .,.......... ",.,'\.v'" "" .'.:1.::st'tI..,,
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such <
remail than 12,000 : :(
Cept.: P. H. Holt more .. {.
.Officer .
Comdr. William M. Miller Exec Officer letters and make Christmas a '. .

happier one for kids the world ..J'.
Printed cecnmerdatly with -on-appropriated fund In Jecbonvttle, Florid *t no .. '. : J<
expense to the government end In compliance with NAVEXOS M5 Rev. July IMS. over. E ": .. : '
Attributed free of charge to military and cMKan personnel of Fleet Air JecktonvHk The procedure is a simple one ; : IIi

Reserve Naval Air Station,Unit Naval end Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air for parents. Write a letter to % .,vrt..v.--v.w. ..!,.Off'; 9. _j-___ -e--- _, ._:_
Training the U. So Naval Hotpltal. "
your youngster and sign it Santa A COOK'S COOK Comdr. J. J. Coonan commanding
Service Information Officer ____________ Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnla Jr. Claus. Address the letter to officer of VP-5 congratulates R. Maldonado CS1, on his re-

Assistant Service Information Officer ____ _ Andrew H. Many the child and put the proper air ceiving a'commendation recently during advanced base opera-
Editor-Gordon Robbie Feature Editor-Mae Spencer, J01, Staff Reportert-Sandy lion in Sardinia. The old adage that the Army travels on its
Martinson, JOSN Sam Bowman, SN. Photographer-Joy Beccarl, PH2. mail postage from Alaska on the stomach also holds true for this deployed Navy-squadron. Food

The Jax Air Newt It a member of the Armed forces Press Service. Material' envelope. cooked by the unit's chef, Maldonado. is said: to be contributingto
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit la given. Photograph, Next put the letter-or lettersin high morale of the squadron.Leadership .
unless otherwise credited, ere ,offldt* U. '. Navy Photographs. a larger envelope and address -

Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone extensions it to Santa's Mail Bag, care
/ 8164, 656, 272 or 216. :
of Det. 1, 55th Weather Recon. ContinuesTo

Sq., APO 937, Seattle,Wash. I

When the letter arrives at Eiel-

T" son AFB the volunteer postmenwill

remail it from a small post Keep In ForefrontAlong

I office a few miles away which is

.... officially called Santa Claus
House, North Pole. with increasing improvements in the Navy, new
aspects of leadership have arisen. In recent years schoolson
The Air Force has set a Dec. 5 have in commands
Navy
: leadership sprouted up many ,
ILFF _,4 _. ; f. ;i.r. i. y deadline for the mailing of lettersto and NATTUnit here is no exception.The .
> : Qr
'?p Santa's Mail Bag, to permit two week course, under supervision -
; t ', the receipt of remailed letters by of Comdr. L. E. CooneyJr. I way of life with that of the Uni-
Dec. 25 ted States, point for point, including -
., is divided into two major
: J J.f i
comparisons of political,
:0'1 indoctrination
parts. The first is military -
economic and moral standards.
.f r" which includes locker inspections -
FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION Discussions are greatly en-
drill and
I military daily
personnel inspections.. couraged in the classroom with]
a the thought that ideas will
PURPOSE OF this indoctrination -
exchanged between the studen
Next two regular business is to give the future leadersa
and points which have not
? .. ,. _. .. '. .. meetings of FRA Yukon Branch guide by which they can set been
' -" --"' -:-- '- included' in the lesson will bel.
16 are scheduled for Nov. 1'1and an example for their men. I)
touched.
Dec. 15, reports president The second is classroom instruction -
The end product is not just a
Paul Hetz.Meetings. given by one of thechool's
full-fledged leader, but one who
instructors, P. W. Hetz,
start at 2000 at the
has the idea of the ingredients of
}
} AEC, H. E. McQuaig AEC and
h Branch hall, 4530 120th St., in leadership and an understandingof
R. W. Smith, AEC. Instruction
Yukon. All retired
COUNTRY FAIR-Marveling at the wonders of a Nary or career includes ideas in the applicationof the world situation.
J-33 turbojet engine are these Fair visitors. The 1960 Greater enlisted men in. the regular Navyor
Jacksonville Agricultural and Industrial Fair is billed as the Marines on at least their leadership and management,
biggest and best ever. It runs through Saturday night with second enlistment are welcometo political and geographical studyof THIS WEEK'SBRAINTWISTER

weekday opening time set for 1300 and Saturday at 1000. Gates visit of the Russia, foundation and construction I
close each night at 2300. Alto featured at the event are agricultural any meetings.The of the United Nations
and military exhibits plus a world of fun on the mid Branch is due to hold its
way and at the side show. annual holiday turkey shoots with other world organizations, Mr. Sanders plans to build a

Saturday, Nov. 19, and Dec. 17, and U. S. Government. and Foreign shed that will be two feet longer

from 0900 to sundown, at 6670 Relations.The i than wide. If he were to increase,

Driving While Drunk 103rd St., one-half mile west of final day of instruction each dimension by three feet, the
includes
a three-hour lecture on
Blanding Blvd.Twelvegauge. area of the shed's floor would
communism by Comdr. C. F. then be increased by 45
square
Serious Law BreachEd shotguns only Duggins.
must be used. Repeat-12-gauge feet.What
PRIMARY
mission of this lec- are the 'dimensions of
shotguns only. A donation of one ture is not only to show the the
shed Mr.
Sanders
plans to
( Note This is the third in a series of articles con- dollar per shot will be in force
cerning legal problems of Navymen, written by Comdr. Nathan with 12 shooters comprising each wrongs of communism, but to build?
Cole Jr., NAS Jax Legal Officer.) further compare the Russian (Answer on Page 4))
This week's article' deals with alcoholic beverages and contest.

points out a few laws concerning them. Members of, the Branch are .. .::. ...

DRIVING UNDER the influence urged to work for a gold membership -

of intoxicants or narcoticsis driving while intoxicated, the button award.
is fine of not
punishment more
not only inviting disaster but
is a serious breach of the law. than $500 and imprisonment of unlawful for any person to sell,

Under state law, for a first offense not less than three months nor give, serve or permit to be served,

the punishment is impri- more than 12 months. any alcoholic beverages to any

sonment of not more than six Reckless driving is also a seri- person under the age of 21

months or- fine of not less than ous offense. First conviction car- years.

$25 or more than $500, or both ries punishment of fine .of not Any person who mis-states or

fine and imprisonment.It less than $25 nor more than $500or misrepresents his age or the age

imprisonment of not more of another for the purpose of
is that the driver's
mandatory -
than 90 days, or both. obtaining alcoholic beveragesshall
license be revoked for not
less Second conviction carrie i s be punished by a fine of
than
three
or more than 12
months. punishment of fine of not less not more than $250 or imprison-

than $50 nor more than $1,000 or ment of not'more than three

For a second offense within a imprisonment of not more than months.

period of three years, imprisonment six months or both. For three NAS Jax Instruction 1746.1B

of not less than 10 days convictions within a period of similarly prohibits sale, posses- ,
0 4 adn a.ar{
nor more than six months and, 12 months, revocation of driver's sion and use by minors on the .. .. ... .
in the discretion of the court, a license by the Department of Naval Air Station. : r.. :

fine of not more than $500. In Public Safety is mandatory.IT The City of Jacksonville Beach "m _. .._............_...m"' _mm..mm.yVVV
addition revocation of license GOES OVER SIDE
,
Herman Linderman. AMI Is piped
IS UNLAWFUL in Florid levies an automatic $50 fine "
over the tide"
for not less than six nor more during retirement ceremonies for him recently.
for any person under the age of against anyone having in his Before retiring, Linderman served with Aircraft Maintenance
than 24 months is the law.
21 years to have in his possessionany possession an open can of beer or Department here. Sideboyi for his retirement are (clockwise

IF DAMAGE to person or alcoholic beverages, Including other alcoholic beverage on the from lower left) Billy Barren AMI Alvin Neuschwanger

property of another results from beer and wine, and it is also beach or on the public streets. liD AMU, AMU J. Fuller.Leroy AMU Chatham Palmer, ADI Kennedy and George, PRU Brown Richard BM2.r Knud-.



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.. AT VETERAN'S DAY PARADE-A marching unit from Mayport Naval Station (left panel)
steps out in fine style as part of the Veterans Day parade held in downtown Jacksonville last NATTU =
: Friday, Center panel shows.the NAS Jacksonville float depicting the Navy's air arm and featuringa '
,llA !ElE/lll/ :. model of the submarine Nautilus. The float was constructed by Public Works Dept. The Naval r 1
Hospital entered a float in the parade (right panel) which used as a theme "Health For the Fleet l
B. and Family." Other floats in the lengthy, colorful parade also illustrated the main theme of the

day. The Jax Navy Band and the NATTUnit drill team were among other military units enter .
ed along with a detachment from the 679th Air Force squadron.
eo a
The! Naval Hospital greeted 35 new arrivals \ \

recently. Girl outnumbered boys SCOUTERS SET Grandmother Takes
once again, with 26 girls and 9 boys Navy'sPrize I t
'
"checking In.:
Born SEPTEMBER 30 were four tiny LUNCH MEETSAny -- ...=- .

toll, Including Lisa Marie, to Leonard military men or civil Bean Soup ContestThey .. #/
Boucher, EM2, and Mrs. Boucher; Mark
Henry, to Rene Held, AMI, and Mrs. ian employees'of the Station Aviation Ordnance Scbo01 -
Held; Margaret Nell, to Mr.. & Mrs. Smith, interested in Scouting have came from far and near to enter this i contest. senool' and
and Susan lynne, to Jack Dingman, ENC, been invited to attend week- Sailors from mighty aircraft carriers and tiny harbor tugs, Class 6029 of AO "A'J
and Mrs. Dingman. thick-bearded with love for Class 6022 of Xw' School say
lunch .
ly gatherings scheduledfor raw-boned mer a cooking.All
Heading October births are four of farewell at .,''their graduations
intent on persuading judges -
OCTOBER 1. They Included George Ed. Thursdays at the Smith the Naval Academy.MRS. tomorrow Class 6046 (AO "A"
ward Jr., to George Stoutenburg Sr., Room of the Civilian Cafe- to select their entry as the Class 6046 (AO "B") start
EMI, and Mrs. Stoutenburg; Tracy Anne, teria. BULLOCK'S prizewin- and .
most appealing of all those in { week.Congratulations .
sessions next
to Wilbur Howell, ATNAN, and Mrs
Hours of the luncheon are ning receipe like this:
goes f C
Howell Pamela Ann, and Mrs. of
; toGySgt. this unique contest that pick- to Class 60-
from 1130-1300. This affordsan go
Charles Thompson, and Teresa Lynn, to
Ingredients call for 1 lb.. of
Richard Williams, AM2, and Mrs. Wil- opportunity for Scoutersand ing the best bean soup in the 36 which walked away as honor

liams. persons interested in Navy. Michigan navy beans; 1 hambone class this week and to K. L.

Born and OCTOBER Herman 2: Lourine Anne, to Scouting to eat lunch and dis- TOP HONORS, however, did (not too bare) ; 2 teaspoons salt Reyher AA, of the same class
Ltjg( ) Mrs. Kapustka; Jacquelyn *
Anita, to James Crooks, PHI, and cuss common problems.At not go this year to one of these (more if desired) ; Vi teaspoon who won AO Honor Man for the

Mrs. Crooks, and Carol Sue, to S/Sgt. the first meeting, held cooking sailors, despite. 'several pepper; 1 bay leaf, crushed;. second time in a row.

and Mrs. Paul Marquis.Births last Thursday, some 15 at- outstanding. recipes(Submitted by sliced and browned'' onions, and I Two Program Student Inputs
of OCTOBER 3 Included thoseof
tended. Among those pre- men of the fleet. have checked ,into AO Supportand
2 diced carrots.
Charles Lewis, to Sgt. and Mrs. Char.les
sent Bob Somers District assist, in general work
were will
Charles Ben.
Lewis, and Mrs. '
to Sgt. First place went to a 60-year- 1 *'
Soak the 'beans "overnight,
Executive Les from two to six months until
and Scout
Charles
ton) Aliia Ann, td'C.pt. Mrs. ; Mrs. Helene N.
grandmother,
Cavin; Tamara Joan, to 'Thomas Williamson Comee, Chairman of Muskogee drain, add sufficient water to I ready to start school. These students -
ADJ3, and Mrs. Williamson Kath Scout District; Bernie M. Bullock'r ar civilian) employee, cover liberally. Cook slowly with are awaiting places in school,
leen Adele, to Daniel Sweeny, AD2, and at the Ph'ila'delphU ,Cjenerai l hambone until beans are tender.
Boisvert, Chairman of Shaw- having to wait due to lack of
Mrs. Sweeny; Scott Alan, to Richard Merrill Stores Supply Office.
EN2, and Mrs. Morrill, and Catherine nee District, and Barney Price, Add water, during cooking, as room.
Howie, to Lt. and Mrs. Charles Commissioner of Muskogee Second place went to W. H. necessary. Remove bone and
Keyser. District. McMichael, MM3, of the Landing press beans through strainer. Two new instructors at NA-

Five births were recorded on OCT Ship Dock Oak Hill. Third place Serve hot with croutons and a AWS "O" School are E. C. Tif-
OBER 4. They were those of Anne Bar fany, AQC, from NATTCenter
awarded J. I. Johnson of dash of chopped parsley.
was
ret, to James Walker, SFP2, and Mrs. Memphis, and M. C. Helbrecht,
Walker Thomas Allen, to Thomas Baskin,
; Honor .
Supply : ., ATC. H. P. Glick of AO School
AC3, and Mrs. Baskin; Audrey Louise, : :i
and Williams . ,:,. recently,recently made E-9. Con-
to Nathan ,Williams, SD3, Mrs. \' ".. ..' '
; Christina Rhea, to Larry Easton, gratulations.
SN, and Mrs. Easton, and Guy Eric, to Voted Hartley *

Edgar Comeau, SH2, and Mrs. Comeau. Aviation Electrician's Mate
Births of OCTOBER S: Baby girl, to Lt.
and Mrs. John Jones, Bart Terry, to For NovemberCongratulations School-Class 6045 entered AE
Winfred Loudermilk, CS2, and Mrs. loud. 1rfj't."k" "B" School, filling the shoes of
ermilk; Bonita Jane, to James Dotson, have gone out Class 6013 which graduated last
AMS3, and Mrs. Dotson; Mark Anthony, to Roy Hartley who has been Friday.
to Ralph Handiey, SN, and Mrs. Handley, chosen Supply .Dcpt. Personality-
and Baby girl, to Edward Williams, BM3, of-the-Month for November. Class 6046 starts in "AirFam"

and Mrs. Williams. Hartley, assigned as a stock- Monday as Class 6025 graduates
Eight births were recorded OCTOBER man in auxiliary store "N", in from AE "A" School
6. They were Baby girl, to William in Auxiliary Stores Branch of tomorrow
Mitchell, SFM3, and Mrs. Mitchell; Baby Material Division, was selectedfor Honor class this week at "A"
girl, to Ishmael Brown, AEC, and Mrs. the honor for his outstanding School is Class 6042, under lead-
Brown; Baby girl, to Dennis Hell, ADJ3, performance and devotion to ership of R. L. Moore, AA.
and Mrs. Hall; Baby girl, to Jack Combs, duty, say his superiors.In .
AMH2, and Mrs. Combs; Baby girl, to 16 years and seven monthsof Eight Brazilian Air Force stud-
Richard Fry, AD3, and Mrs. Fry; Baby civil service work, Hartley has ents graduated from AE "A" last
boy, Harold Ley, AN, and *Ars. Ley; taken only eight hours of sick Friday and will leave here
Baby girl, to Wilbur Cronn, BT3, and Mrs. leave, exemplifying the highest ..yr4 soon
Cronn, and Baby girl, to Miles Boggs, standards of government service. for training with the S2F air-

AE2, and Mrs. Boggs. His "can do" attitude and abil- craft.

ity to get the job done in an expeditious E,
manner are'said to have
greatly contributed to effectiv- Civil Defense Issues

eness of the auxiliary stores

branch.A Home Shelter Film .:
native of Duval County,
Hartley began his Federal ser- The newest Civil Defense
vice career in March of 1941 as a 'how-to" film
on
constructing a
classified laborer in Public
Works. He served in the Armyin low-cost home shelter against

:.;C.. WWII for three ,years. fallout is available for a limited
:
;:
%:::>. time to all Station departments..
MDBS Payment Due '
The 27-minute film shows the
Mutual Death Benefit Society step-by-step process of building
members are reminded that Assessment R
14 a secure shelter and should'be
Nos. 151 and 152
are !' .
;; ;
L I of particular interest to all civilian -
now due.Payment. PROMOTIONS this from
NOTHING LIKE -Says quartet employees,. especially the
of $2.20 total for the the Staff of Fleet Air Wing 11 which advanced in rating yesterday economy minded "do-it-your-

two assessments must be paid by along with 127 others from the staff and FAVM1 squad selfers."

-' close of business November 30. rons. Wearing new rating badges are 49 men from VP-16 37 .
SUPPLY Personality Checks or money orders shouldbe from VP-18, 39 from VP-30 and six from the Staff. Front row For further information, contact -

'Roy the-Month Hartley for of Material November-Divi is [ made payable to Employees' (left to right) are D. R. Biddle YN3. and T. L. Butler. PN3. the Plans Office, extension

sion. Mutual Death Benefit Society. Rear. J. J. Sanders YN2 and J. R. Kirkland, RM2-Pl. 313.



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I Scrolls To 1 .w 1''. 9{ ... < :trm. LillIe League To



I Be Given Hold Preliminary


t RescuersThe Meet SaturdayA ,I

meeting has been announcedfor

effective mid-20th Cen- Saturday of all parents and

tury combination of electronics other adults in the Jacksonville
and helicopters teamed to area interested in hearing of the e

turn what might have beena benefits of Little League base- elh

disaster into a successful, ball.The
yet hair-raising, rescue of a meeting, announced by u
man stricken while at sea. Comdr. J, K. Davis ,of FAU ac

Two persons participating in ? 4 ComFairJax, is slated to beginat
the rescue were honored with 2000 in Building 955 aboard t'or

presentation of "an honor scroll NAS Jax.Present.

and rescue pin" by Kaman AIr- will be Arnold White, to

craft Co., manufacturers of the F'I'.j.: ... Florida State Director of Little inI
helicopter used in the incident.LT. League baseball, and Fritz

FRANK Heggood of NAS Roche, District Two Director. f

Jax, helicopter pilot, received a PLANS WILL be made at this .f or

scroll and pin in ceremonies yes- E4 meeting to help organize addi- gel

terday at the office of Duval ..,__ i .'n'.' tional leagues for this area next (
A "
"'- ""
County Sheriff Dale Carson. I summer. White is to present a' sin
IRD INSTITUTE OFFICIALS-Three persons who are presiding at the Office of Industrial
When word was flashed the Relations Field Institute for Naval Activities of the Sixth Naval District, currently underwayhere slide show ,outlining the history t
Saturday before Labor Day thata pause between sessions. Left to right are John Burton, chief of the Area Wage and Classi- and basic purposes of the Little I
man aboard a fishing vessel fication Office her Dominic Worsowicx. Salary and Wage Administrator for NAS Jax and League program. |atNa
Larry Ponder, Classification and Wage Specialist Area Wage and Classification Office here. The
off the coast stricken witha th
:
was
White is one of two people to
three presided at a session Monday on Position Classification. The institute concludes tomorrow
heart attack, the ''NAS Jax when certificates are presented to graduates at the O it R Auditorium, site of the week-long be awarded the Little League's [ m.r' .-
Operations Dept. went into act- event. highest honor, the Distinguished

ion along with local radio sta- Achievement Award, for his lea-

tions. Industrial Relations Field Institute To Give gue work.
ttOK
808 helicopter was in the COMDR. DAVIS is presidentof J
bir at the time with Lt. Frank

craft Heggood for oi Du'nCounty NAS Jax piloting Road the Diplomas To 23 In Graduation Ceremony Here this the team league Jax composed Navy-Ortega won the of District boys League.A from Two.


Patrolman John BrVtts to observe title last summer, the first for
local traffic conditions. of-
Twenty-three personnel OBJECTIVE of the week-long District cooperated by furnishing this area, but lost in the State
PATROLMAN Britts ficials slated to receive
was are personnel specialists to assist in finals at Lake Wales.
sessions has been to create
,
laying a commentary of re-I I certificates tomorrow (Friday)
through all levels of manage- presenting the various subjectson Jax Navy Little League baseball -
conditions to local radio stationsas upon completion of a week- '
ment, a mutual understanding of the week's bill. had another league active
of
part a traffic safety pro- long Office of Industrial Re-
the broad, basic philosophy INSTITUTE Administrator is last season, the Jax Navy-Twin
for
gram the long holiday week- lations Field Institute for Na-
val activities of the Sixth which underlies the Navy's Industrial Leonard Eubanks, NAS Jax Industrial Hills circuit, which also enjoyed -
end.NAS Relations program. Relations Officer, with a banner year.A .
Operations dispatched Naval District i i conducted
HOK 808 The program being presentedto W. R. Gough, Training Superin- meeting has also been called -
to the
scene of the
fishing boat, with Britts going aboard the Naval Air Station. conferees this week has been tendent, coordinating. for Saturday to organize the
out Capt. James R. Reedy, NAS developed by the Office of Industrial Organizations aiding NAS Jax Babe Ruth League for next sum-
over the sea in his first time
1 Jax commanding officer, will pre- Relations with the Bu- in the Institute include the Fifth mer. This meeting will be at
in a helicopter. He too has
been
\ sent the certificates in ceremoniesat reau of. Naval ,Weapons servingas U.S. Civil Service ,Regional Of- 1930 in Building 955. Babe Ruth
t presented a Kaman" "honor scroll 1545 at the O&R Dept. Audi- host bureau., fice, International Association of Leagues are for boys 13 through
I and rescue pin. torium, scene of the Institute. Activities} s of. the Sixth Naval I Machinists, NAS Cecil Field, NAS 15.

An HUP 'copter was also sent Rn y,,.;2,:k 2 .:'2. 1'S,A.',.,'.'b.SM1:{ }.:j )2} Pensacola, Naval Shipyard Char-
to the scene and relayed word leston, NS Green Cove Springs, Cascone, Employee Relations
back to the radio stations on Navy Area Wage and Class-
'> Superintendent for NAS Jax.Wednesday's .
outcome of rescuing the heart 1 4i ification Office, Jacksonville, and
attack victim.ENROUTE program was
6ND Civilian Personnel Office.
chairmaned by John Olson, 6ND
to the boat, Lt. Opening agenda Monday was
Civilian Personnel Director Sub-
Heggood had to brief Britts on devoted to such topics as the
jects covered included Civil Ser-
use of the hoist. Organization for Naval Civilian
vice Commission and Trends
When they arrived at the Personnel Administration, pre-
scene, it was learned the pick- sented by Lcdr. William Collier, Affecting Employees; Incentive

up of the stricken man wouldbe Assistant Director, Industrial relations Awards; Employee Developmentand
Institute WashingtonD.C. Training; Accident Prevention -
compounded by the fact that ,
the man's arms were paralyzedand ., and Position Classification. and Injury Compensation.

was creating the possibilitythat t\ Presenting the latter topic were HAMMOND Smith, Regional ..
he might slide out of the Dominic Worsowicz, Head, Wage Director of the Fifth Civil Ser-

horsecollar of the hoist. Addedto >.. : and Classification Division of vice Region, was among those
this, the victim had to be : NAS Jax; Larry Ponder, of Area participating in the Wednesday

lifted into the 'copter with the if"':":" .' i : j Wage and Classification Office; morning session on "Trends
co-pilot seat attached.By : : ':""'::'' Roy Black, of NAS Pensacola, Affecting CS Employees."
unbuckling his seat belt : :} and John Burton, Head of the Today's program contains cov-

t and kneeling in the seat, patrol- 1:<:.,. Area Wage and Classification Officer erage on the subjects of person-

man Britts was able to get the ttf:1'':.>..'.'... ,'. here. nel administration in private industry -
semi-conscious man safely into '' SPEAKING opening day was with William Burns Jr.of .

the helicopter cabin. Comdr. John G. Bonvillian who ,Chemstrand Corp., guest

The man, retired chief Robert ,; ,j spoke for Comdr. R. T. Swen- speaker.
F.2aYxa :;.o. xao a >r w
Walker, was flown to Baptist w.w... ... ..._., son of BuWeps on the subject, Also to be covered are Employee -
Hospital and given emergency METALSMITH RETIRES Henry Mason. AMC. retires "What We Learned About Amer- Benefits, Discipline, and Moral
treatment. His condition was reported after serving 20 years with the Navy. He was attached to ica From the Communists."
Leadership. The latter
Overhaul and Repair Department before his retirement. Among subjectwas
satisfactory later on. ship served aboard were the Hilary P. Jones. Cowpens and Comdr. Swenson was unable to presented by Comdr. Walter
The HUP followed the HOK Savo Island. Sideboys for'_Mason include (clockwise from be present. Gregg, Assistant Inspector Gen-
808 throughout the episode, relaying lower left) Norris Thomas ADC: T. .R. Richardson. SMC: Roy The speech of eral of Chief of Naval Air Train-
was a resume
for Grice ADC: Ralph Dunn ADC: E. F. Fulmer. ADC: N, H.
a running description Stewart. AMC: .Herbert Hochwarth. ATC and Daniel Szechy. the analysis ,of the behavior pat- ing at NAS Pensacola. Fred
radio stations., AQC. tern of American prisoners of i Hardy, NAS Pensacola IRD .Officer -

war in Korea. Comdr. Bonvillian is chairman for today.

I Children's Christmas Party Planned By FAW-11 Units I recommended that prisoners of: Getting the spotlight Friday N

war should heed the Code of morning will be Goverment Em-
Taking time out from the ever-
'serious business of antisubmarine 822 youngsters, all children of He is scheduled to arrive herein Military Conduct strictly in or- poyment Policy, Retirement,

warfare operations, Fleet Air FAW-11 personnel, will attend one of the Wing's P2V Nep- der to maintain faith, courage Grievances, and Reduction In m

Wing 11 is making plans for its the party. Making up the Wingare tune patrol 'bombers. The partyis and sense of personal responsi- Force. E. O. Levriett, IRD Of-

annual Children's Christmas Par- members of the Staff, and being held earlier than in past bility. ficer of NAS Cecil Field, is chair- ,I

ty slated to be held Dec. 3 from Patrol Squadrons 5, 16, 18 and years because of a forthcoming Wage administration took a man of Friday's program.

1400 to 1600 at Hanger 140. 30. deployment of one of the Wing's great share of Tuesday's time, a-
Santa Claus is due to be on squadrons. long with labor relations, union (Answer to Braintwister :'
) .
The party, sponsored by FAW11 hand and each child will receivea Additional information con- views and the Federal Appoint- ...
is held annually for the chil- and candy.Santa will Five feet by seven feet. Add 1
toy: util- cerning the party may be ob- ment System policy. Chairmanfor three and
dren of all personnel attached to three; add two and
ize more modern transportationthis tained at FAW-11 headquartersor Tuesday was William McAlillyof three and
multiply by
three
the Wing. I year than the customary from any squadron repre- the Jax Area Wage and Class- subtract 15 from 45 and ;

It's estimated that a total of I sleigh. sentative. ification Office and Michael by six for the width of the divide shed.



November 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5



*endergras : Bow-Arrow Has Place




>ops lub Sheet Crown In Nuclear Age Hunting


Woodrow "Jim" Buie, AK2, of VA-15, found his sights

Jax Navy skeet shooting ace, with its 45 Ib. "Jewel" bow, bringing home an 80-lb. spike
ben Pendergras, of FAETULant buck from the Inverness Wildlife Management Area at the

etachment Two, broke 100 stra- opening of deer season for archers recently.Buie .

ght targets to capture the All -a member ,of a local in hunting with the bow, it isa
}uage Championship 0 f the archery club, the "St. Johns
challenge to the hunter, reports -
acksonville Gun Club Sundayt Bowmen' had only two months
-Ii: Buie. Most shots are below
; the Gun Club Range. experience with the bow and
: 30 yards and require the archer
The victory decisive when he shot his first
was a one arrow I
to place himself in a postion, on
or the genial shotgun stalwart, buck through the lung cavity, a game trail or in feeding

tarting another season at taking on 'a running 15-yard shot. grounds, where animals will pass
aim on the claybird targets. ON OPENING day, October 29, close.

Pendergras, formerly with VW- there were over 1400 archers "
"To do this, he says,"the suc-
i, finished second_ in trap shooting trying for a buck, but only eight cessful archer must be able to

for the day, breaking 87x100 tar- were successful, reports Buie. read signs, trail and know the
gets. The second day Buie was one
feeding habits of game. In other
Competition in trap included of only six to bring out a deer words, he must be a good woods-
singles, handicap and doubles. I Over 900 archers were in the man."

Also firing in the day's eventsat area. The archer gets a break in
the club site "During the first week of the
gun was Jax most states. His season usually
Navy's Herb Rupp. He finished season, only 19 deer were taken," begins two weeks before regular
third in Class AA skeet said Buie, "but this doesn't show Florida
with a deer season opens. In the
mark of 95x100. hA a lack of skill on the part of the season opens Oct. 29-Nov. 26-27

hunter. It shows a greater skill and Dec. 3,4.

F required in stalking game be- Persons wanting to join an

cause of the range limitationsof archery club aboard the station
Of SPORTS i :: the bow," he continued.The should contact Chief Kliss at ext.

bow and arrow is one of 777, or EV 42279.VP18 .

DOCKETVOLLEYBALL EA the oldest weapons known to
man, and has changed little in
basic design. Modern bows "are Grabs
Mon. Dispensary vs ComFairJax fabricated of wood and fiber-
Tues. Aircraft Ma inf. vi 679th glass laminations while the NL Lead
Wed. VAP-62 vt Admin. ar- Keg
rows are made 01: aluminum,
GOLF
Nov. 17 fiberglass and cedar wood with From 679thThere
Handicap League :yyy; : ar sharp steel broadheads.IN .

Air Maint. 'vi FAETU SPITE of the disadvantagesPin was plenty of action on
VA15 vt Hospital c
Supply VAP42 I the Mainside Lanes last week as
vt
Nov. 21 Splitters Take Four ComFairJax "A" ((33-7) of the

Handicap League To Keep League LeadIn I American, and MARTD (33 AlOVi -
VA44 vi MARTD I ) of the Continental main-
---- --- ----
679 the Enlieted Men's Wives
MARTDAir
vt
Maint. PERFECT 'SHOT Woodrow "Jim" Bul, of Attack Squadron tained their league leads. VP-18
vt Nov.VP-18 22 15, stand betide his kill after accomplishing what doesn't Bowling League the Pin Splitters grabbed the top spot from the
". happen often. He killed this spike buck deer; which weighed continue to lead the league. 679th Air Force' in the National
VA15 Handicap League 80 pounds, with a 45.pound bow while on a hunt in the Inver- They hold a 21-11 record after
vt NARTU with other bow- League.In .
ness Wildlife Management Area. Buie, along the Fences 4-0 in
Supply vt FAETU hunters aboard the Station, is enthusiastic, about this methodof blanking play the AL, ComFairJax "A"
VAP-62 vt Hospital last week.
killing game.Hospital. ___ shut out the Hornets, 4-0, the
u
TOUCH FOOTBALL The High Balls are still keeping -
Thurt. VP-18 vt FAETU I Cherry Pickers gained a 3-1
Fri. A-C Maint vs Supply Air ForceIn the pressure on with an 18- victory over Aircraft Maint. "A";
Mon. VP-30 vi VA-15 Dumps 14 mark for second place, while Dispensary splits with Opers-
Tuet. VA-44 vi Admin the Fences and Odd Balls are tied
Ord. 2-2, the Marines blankedthe
Wed. VP-18 BOWLINGNov.vi VAP-62 Mainside Pigskin UpsetHospital's for third, holding a 15-17 record. Waves "B", 4-0; Hospital

17 Bowlerettes are fifth, 14-18, and trounced the Holy Rollers, 4-0,
1730 upstart grid machine took tips from Purdue the Fowls are in the cellar, and the Dental "A" crew roundedout

DISB. 'B" vi HAWKS scouting reports last week and provided sparks, to the wan- standing at 9-13. the evning with a 3-1 win

SUPPLY O & R "B"vi WARRIORS vi FAETU "B" ing Mainside Football League season by coming up with the Margie Dacis of the Pin Split- over the VP-30( Owl Hoots.

2000 upset soecial in a 12-0 win over previously unbeaten 679th ters bowled high game of the Continental League play saw

VP-18 vi AIR. MAINT. "C" Air Force at the stadium. Bad habits, like a good bed, week and season, a 220, and also NARTU split 2-2 with the Ad-
DENTAL "B" vi VP-30 "B"OPER'SAUW The Air Force unit still holds in the high series the
are easy to get into, hard to get took honors men as MARTD toppled
vi COMFAIR "B" I the lead, however with a 5-1 out of. class with a 549. Waves "A", 4-0. Also the Alley
Nov.
21 the Hospital offensive -
record. Leading Kate beat Supply "A" 3-1 and
DISP. vt HORNETS 1730 in the upset win was I' the Cougars defeated WAR" 3-1.

MARINES vt GROCERS Milton Radowicz.IN In other CL matches FAETU
CHERRY PICKERS vi COMFAIR "A" THE closest contest of the Gridiron Guessers See "A" chopped the Butchers 3-1,

2000 week, Supply edged VA-44, 14- and A-6 Maint "B" handed the
DENTAL "A" vi HOLY ROLLERS 13, in a sudden-death tilt. Down 4-0 shellacking.In .
Raiders
VP-30 a
AIR. MAINT OWLHOOTS"A" vi vi WAVES OPER'S"B"ORD 13-0, Chuck Lynch led his Sup- Eye-Eye OnMany TiltsThe the NL, scores were either

Nov. 23 ply mates to a tie at end of ties or shutouts. In the first cate-

1730 regulation time. Jax Air News board of football game outcome predic- gory was FAETU "B", which
SUPPLY COUGARS"A"vi vi DISB.NARTU"A" In sudden-death play in this tors had difficulty this week in going against each other with split with the 679th, 2-2; Air-

BUTCHERS vi ADMIN. league, a tie game is decided by the four-man, body seeing eye-to-eye on many games. craft Maint, "C" held Supply "B"

2000 four alternating downs in an Games for the week include: Pitt-Penn St.; Syracuse-Miami; to a 2-2 decision, and O & R tied

AIR. MAINT "B" vt WAVES "A" extra period. The team gainingthe Kansas-Missouri; Minn.-Wisc.? Mich.-Ohio St.; Ky.-Tenn.; TCU- with VP-30 "B" 2-2.

FAETU RAIDERS"A"vi vi ALLEY WAR KATS most yardage is given a point Rice; Arkansas-Texas Tech; Oregon-Oregon St.; Southern Cal- On the shutout lists was Dis-

and declared winner.IN UCLA; Clemson-B.C.; W. Forest-LSU; N. Ca;olina-Puke; North- bursing "B", which got scalpedby

OTHER activity last week, western-Illinois, and Small 'School Sleeper, Bowling Green-Texas the Warriors 4-0; ComFairJax -
VA-15 decisioned VAP-62, 18-7; Western. "B" stunned the men of
Marines
Capture VP-30 blanked FAETU, 7-0, and *Sam Bowman still leads for the year with 76 right choicesout VP-18, 4-0, and Oper's AUW

Aircraft Maintenance defeated of 120 with the Editors close behind with"73 night selectionsand blanked the "B" Dentalmen, 4-0.

NATTUnit TitleThe VP-18, 13-7._ Frank McCaffrey, with 61. Guest 'pi ickeYrtriis' time is Joy

----- Becarri, PH2, of ,the Air News staff. GB Tickets On Sale
Marine Aviation Detach- Team W L BOWMAN EDITORS MAC BECARRI
ment six 679th A. F. 5 1 Pitt Pitt Pitt Tickets are available at Special
| by rolling through op- Admin. 3 1 Penn St.
onents, posted an unbeaten VA-1S' 2 Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Services (Bldg. 704)) for the Ga-
5 2 Missouri Kansas Missouri Missouri tor Bowl football game, scheduled -
ark to win the NATTUnit Air. Maint. Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota
ootball League Title. VAP-62 3 2 Ohio St. Ohio St. Ohio St. Ohio" St. December 31.
2
VP-18 3. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Price of $7.25 per ticket assures -
The AE Blues finished second Hospital 2 3
Rice Rice Rice Rice the purchaser of an excellent -
2 3
and AE Golds third. AO Supply Arkansas Arkansas Arklnslll Arkansas
1 5 seat for the .
hool brought up the rear in VP-30 1 5 Oregon St. Oregon St. Oregon Oregon game.A
FAETU
}he four team circuit. VA-44 5 1 UCLA UCLA UCLA Southern Cal
Clemson Clemlon Clemlon Clemlon man is a true optimist if he
Volleyball has gotten underway LSU LSU lSU lSU
at NATTUnit. In the openg Keeping up with the Jones'is Duke Duke Duke Duke lies awake all night thinkinghow
N'weltern IIIlnoll Illinois lucky he is that he doesn't
Illinois
the
man
match, AO School blanked toughest for marred
Texas W.
Bowl Gr..n Bowl Green Bowl Green have insomnia.
upport Services, 15-0 and 15-0. to Mrs. Jones.





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f r .. .

(Classified;

,,_ .N' '" .. ", ,, .
'" ,
!
( For $.1.!

! Central Heat-3 bdrm home, In
sulated, attach. gar, Ig. cor. It.,
I\ fen. bk. yd., on paved st, $350 dn.
If pymt, $65.76 mo pymt. Roland
Maxam, EV 4-2501 or O&R
-
k Shop 1387.Venetia .
: I Manor-3 bdrm. home,
f 2 baths, Ig. rm., sep. din. rm.,
den, double gar., 20 Ig. trees, '
5760 Salerno Rd. W. Comdr. H.

vt __ J, Skiper, EV 7-4805.
__
Ck bdrm home
Sale by Owner-3
FHA, 2 baths, Fla., din. & liv.
; rms., kit. with elec. range 5
closets & 2 Ig. lint closets, attach.
: gar. util.area, cen. air cond, heat
\ wall-wall carpet, curtains, drapes,
6' high fen., brick home by appt.,
EV 75003.
For R.".
I r- Duplex Apt. compl, furn., 1
bdrm, from ocean & shp. cen,
-i=: $60 per mo., year around, Vir-
: ginia Beach. SP 1-1827 or' apply
Cherry Cottages, 29th & Arctic.;
REENLISTMENT CEREMONIES-Reenliitmenli are on the Sub-Lease for 5 Mos.-3 bdrm.
upswing at NAS Jax. Two recent ceremonies in which two Beatnik Set house, sep. din. rm., Ig. liv. rm.
\ men signed for six more years were captured by.the Air News Party carport, util. rm., compo furn.,
//Fa' photographer.. In left photo. Capt. James R. Reedy. (center) Normandy area, Early American -
NAS Jax commanding officer reads orders to Ronald Dyke. scrn. por., auto. wshr., kit.
SM2. as Mrs. Dyke looks on. At right. Elbert Holderfield. AD2 For Officers Pad equip., avil Dec. .1, $125 per mo.
Ask Us reenlists as his family 'looks on. From' left, are his daughters. For info. call CO 4-9964.
Glenda. 12, and Suzanne 10: Capt. Reedy. who officiated at Look, man, a way out partyis Furn. Duplex-3 rm, util, furn.

Thanksgiving will be coming field.the ceremony: Holderfield; his son David. 4, and Mrs. Holder due for the "O" Club at NAS 3465.except fuel,, $75 per mo SP 1-

up shortly. How do you plan to I Jax Friday, Nov. 18, blastingoff Unfurn-2 bdrm. apt., kit equip,

; celebrate this traditional 'day of at 1900. tile bath, $75 per month.' SP 1-;
Dental Care
thankfulness? HospitalizationFor So, off your pad, lad, and 3465.Completely Redecorated-3 bdrm

That was the question of the grab your cool, cool cat and scat apt., Ig., clean, unfurn., close to
week asked ,of persons aboard off the scene. Happy Hour prices bus line & shp. cen. Mr. R. J.

the Station by the Jax Air News Employees LiberalizedHospitalization prevail until 2000. From then Rivenbark, EV 97593.WantedCouple .
to share homein
Roving 'til it'll be chicken cheese
2200
,Reporter."I Lake Shore. EV 9-8047 after
r.tr,1', a. plan to go benefits for dental care have been lib- bread and all that jazz. All for 1700.

l hunting deer eralized as a result of a recent amendment proposed by the two Washingtons per beatnik. 5308 Timuquana Rd-unfurn,

r: and turkey in service benefit plan of the Federal Health Benefits Program.A Come out daddy-o apt. 5 rms & bath, water furn,
way arrayed $55 per mo.
:f St. Johns Coun- recent bulletin from the administrative like a parade with the Orange Park-3 bdrm, home
government.
of the with chain link fen shade
ty during then agency serv- 4' ,
leather 'n' the beard
PREVIOUS Blue Cross Claims jacks jeans, ,
trees at 2205
,
ice benefit plan advises that in gar
'} '
< holidays. Espe- involving dental admissions dark, dark windows and all the Reed St. Ira McCormick, CO 4-
addition to hospitalization bene-
cia 1 1 y on which were denied under the gone' ginchy things. 4793 after 1600.
<4c. ::*j Thanksgiving i fits for oral surgery, basic Blue Thlt V That
.: Day iself." Sfc. Cross benefits will be providedfor program"*'t are to be reconsidered. The above mad scene will be Ride Wanted--4723 Baltic Ave.'
..' ,,,:y, # certain dental care confine- The' amendment applies to sponsored by the All-Wives Club to Wave Bks., arrive at 0745,
Rex P h el .
't t.. p s."Phelps ments. basic portion of ,the Blue Cross and hosted by the wives of At- depart 1630. Kay Warr, SKC,
Army Advisory I contract only, and does not in EV 4-1318 or EV 9-9221.
tack 44.Civiiian.
THE AMENDMENT Squadron
Group J acc ksontlll.. basically Lost--Brown wallet vicin.,
s7H.v provides that now basic' Blue any way change the Blue Shieldor Fleet Res. Club 91 or CPO Bks.
"I'll be stayrhr { w i Cross benefits will be grantedfor suppplemental parts of the 700, keep money, return important -
ing here for the L contract' pertaining 'to dental Blood cards, reward. J. W. Semcheski -
holiday but I t' hospitalization for the extraction conditions. ATC, CPO Bk. 700.
1 of one or more impacted I ScheduledAnother Wanted--ride from Wolfe &
am going into teeth and when hospitalizationwas Employees who are membersof Day Park Sts., 0800-1630. Cerni!, 523.
town and cele- the Federal 'Health Benefits Civilian Blood Donor -

brate by taking condition necessary of a patient's because health.of the I Program are again reminded that Day has been scheduled for Career Counselor

my girlfriend ; Yfr dependent children have 31 days Wednesday, Nov. 30.
out for dinneron Health condition is meant to after their 19th birthday to apply Types "A" and "O" bloodare Speaks To WivesDan
mean a heart condition diabetes
Thanksgiving >: for conversion to a single type needed. Donations will be Johnson of the Career
hemophilia, and so forth. Such
Day. L/ contract. made at the Main Dispensary, Appraisal Team at NAS Jax
condition is to be
cpnfirmed by
William'
I. C p L licensed NO NOTIFICATION will be Building 8. spoke at the recent meeting of
a physician, other thana
King. Marine Supply. NATT dental surgeon. I I given by either the carrier or the the CPO Wives Club.

Unit. Station and it is the responsibility Two Reenlist At VP-18 In other club news, two mem-
"Since my wife and I work, The amendment has been made of the subscriber to assure that I bers have been voted into the

we will devote a large amountof retroactive to last July 1, effec- application for conversion is tak- Two members of Patrol Squadron rolls, Lucille Colberg and Bea-
time working around the tive date of the contract with the 18 reenlisted for. six
.... en care of in the 31 day period. years trice Athman.A .
r""'" uAw..m>' """
,. .,1 house. But dinner The Federal Health Benefit this week.
,>, NAS
.t, ,'!:.:.r'i'. ""f'; "" is included Hearing Program provides that conver- They were Jerome Bartosik, man who took his wife to

: as my wife (Contnued from Page 1)) sion will,be made without regardto AT2-P1, and David Maskel, AT2- one of those snazzy restaurants

loves to cook personnel) physical condition ajt time of P2. Bartosik has three years ser- reminded her: "Now, remember,
and we will invite Noise measurement and anal- application. It will entitle themto vice and Maskel has been in we'got to leave here promptlyat
ysis (surveys and studies to I
friends for evaluate environmental noise) a non-cancellable type plan. the Navy four years. $11.30." t

Thanksgiving i i Noise control (faction *n n.
r Day dinner." duce" noise in "hearing hazardous I

v Lt. Friend areas and processes)
k,1 Personal protection (ear plugs
Adams AEA
and muffs. Plugs, incidentally,
Adams School, Phases come in five sizes for better fit
1&2 Division Officer, NAT?- for each individual.
Unit. Education (assuring that per-
sonnel realize the significance of
"The child the noise problem and the neces-
ren will be ity for utilizing ear protection.)

away for the > i '' AUDIOGRAMS are made on
weekend but h ewe all new civilian employes. Both k i I

usually Invite civilian and military personnel ....
assigned to work in hearing
my hus- >;; hazardous areas or processes are 4 B Al
band's parents given audiometric examinations
over for the periodically prior to assignment
"traditional"turkey in a noisy area after one month
after six months and then reexamined f
dinner at one year intervals. 5* _
on ThanksgivThomas People showing significant _
ing." Mrs. Kay Thomas cashierat threshold shifts (loss in hearing
acuity) will be rechecked at the
Navy Exchange. NATTUnit. start of the next work week. Ear
protection will be worn for a \
period of one to four weeks at
A Sock .r
Hop tomorrow nightis t :.T
the discretion of the Medical
to be the feature attractionat Officer, and audiometry repeated. :1L

the Jacksonville USO Club _
this week. If significant threshold changes, KICK OFF FOR AMERICANISM-In the Interest of a new program to promote Americanism,
attributable to noise exposure, new 50:star flags are now available through many military and civilian sources. The set above
The Hop is slated to begin still persists, the Medical Of- Is available from any member of the Fleet Restrve Association. The set Includes a 3x4 foot
Friday at 2000. Prizes will be ficer will recommend removalof flag and six-foot pole. To assist In the kickoff for the Americanism drive are leading membersof
the employee from further ex- AE School at NATTUnit. Left to right. Lcdr. W. N. Highsmith P. W. Het:. AEC and presidentof
given for the loudest socks. posure. Branch 126 Comdr. E. T. Edmonseni J. T. Crotty. AE1. and Lcdr. J. H. Moessner.Page .


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