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Good Luck To All-Navy Pistol, Rifle ParticipantsWEATHER


FrL-Scattered showers. CLOSESHigh

93; Low 71 The Commissary Store
Sat.-Scattered showers. Jtl X B will be closed for in.
High 94; Low 74 ventory Tuesday, June
Sun.-Scattered showers. 20.
High 94; Low 74 It will reopen on reg
_____ _. -:-:: ----: ular schedule June 21.
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Vol. 19 No. 11 U. S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 15 June 1961

: 'r I I2X

NewRating ,
yy ; raaI Station Conducts

Badge NowAvailable c f

Insigne Contest

Rating badges for the blue Naval Air Station! Jacksonville is at long last going to

working jacket are now avail- have an official insigne of its own.
able at Clothing and Small A contest to select the insigne, or insignia as it is commonly

Stores in Buildings 953 and 513. ':,.:!:" called, has been announced by the commanding of
The rating badge for the work- ':,',);;:!'.::,:' ficer.

ing jacket was recently author- :.::\\11 ALL HANDS, civilian and military -. .-
; :
ized the : : forward their designs to the
by Secretary of the aboard the station, are urgedto
Navy and is a required sea- submit designs for selections.A Service Information Office, Box
Two, Main Administration Build-
bag item.
panel of judges will select the
ing, prior to June 30, 1961.
IN ANNOUNCING the avail- best insigne for which the win-
The Service Information Officer
ability of the new badges Lcdr. ner will receive a $50 cash -
has been selected as chair-
Lawrence E. Sutherland, Cloth- award. Second and third best will
of committee which will
ing and Small Stores Officer also receive $25 each. a
recommend the winning entries.
offered a reminder that effective All designs must follow the One representative each from
July 1 some prices will changeon instructions listed in NAS Jax Overhaul and
Repair, Supply,
other Small Store items. Notice 5030 which are as follows Operations, Public Works and
The biggest reduction in price :
Aircraft Maintenance Depart-
will be $1.30 on general
purpose ((1)) Cartoon portrayals are not ments will comprise the com-
The price is now $6.30
per pair and it will go down to
$5.00. The blue working jacket ((2)) Original heraldic designs THE FINAL selection will be

and blue undress jumper will symbolizing the mission per made by the commanding of-

both go up 55 cents. The jacketis formed by the command are de- ficer.It .

now $7.85 but will sired. These designs may por-
be uppedto has been pointed out that an
$8.40 and the jumper goes tray beasts, fowl, fish, instruments insigne, signifying the mission of

from $6.80 to $7.35. i or weapons typical of the the Station, which is primarilyfleet
sea or the principal area of
OTHER support, is most appropriateat
PRICE changes of the command.
: this time. The 1961 is
vary from five to 30 cents. Duf- <.%, : J year
(3)) To ensure good visibility
being celebrated as the 50th anniversary' -
fel bags now $2.75 will be $2.80, NEW RATING BADGE-Irvin C. Wagner, storekeeper
charasteristics the shouldbe
the service blue cap now $2.50 first class, models here the new rating badge designed for wear design of Naval Aviation,
will be $2.60, working blue caps on the blue working' Jacket. There are no rate symbols on the placed in good color contrast. while 1961 also marks the 20th
now 55 new badges which have recently been adopted and are now (4)) The insigne shall be con- birthday for NAS Jax.
cents will be 50 cents, required seabag items.Admiral .
white drawers now 40 cents will tained in a circle with a diameterof "This is not a contest just for

be 55 cents, black leather gloves six inches. the sake of having a contest to

now $2.85 will be $2.90, white Carson AssumesNASJaxDutiesJune27 EACH DESIGN must be sub- give a prize. This is a sincere

hats now 75 cents will be 70 mitted in accordance with cer- effort to have an offical insignefor

cents blue dress jumpers now tain requirements, which are: the Naval Air Station, one

$9.40.will be $9.10, white jumpers' all submissions must follow design that will be a means of identi-

now $2.15 will be $2.30, blue instructions as listed above fying the Naval Air Station and

raincoats now $10.55 will be Rear Adm. Joseph M. Carson will report to Jackson- and must be submitted on white its mission.

$10.30, blue chambray shorts ville June 27 and, the following morning, will formally take bond paper, 8 x 10J/ inches, be "All hands are urged to sub-

now $1.15 will be $1.20, black over the area's most senior Naval post, that of CommanderFleet outlined in black india ink and mit their design", said Comdr.

geometric shoes, now $6.30 will Air Jacksonville and Commander Naval Air Bases be colored with wax crayons or Alec McInnis, chairman of the

be $6.00, brown geometric shoes Sixth Naval District. color pencils; contestants must committee.

now $6.30 will be $6.00, gym Change of command ceremo-
shoes now $2.05 will be $2.00, nies will be held beginning at respectively, since the retirementof
dungaree trousers 10 a.m. on the field across from Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig on
now $1.70 will "
be $2.05, khaki trousers now the NAS Jax Administration May 31. L

$3.40 will be $3.80, white trousers building. Ceremonies will be brief, with

now $2.35 will be $2.30, blue mel- Admiral Carson will relieve only commanding officers of local .

ton trousers now $8.85 will be Captains Grayston H. Weber and subordinate commands and a few .:
:4 .
$9.15 and white undershirts now Nelson M. Head who have headed Jacksonville civic leaders in at- : <

45 cents will be 50 cents. ComFairJax and ComNabSix, tendance.A .

native of Enniskillen, Ire-
'!s; : f : : "DA' land and a 1925 graduate of the
t?: '" :;:>:i.1" ; ":'::"<(..:'.;::: W ',. ,.?,. > \, >.q!>,Jt, ,, ,, U.S. Naval Academy Admiral
}" //0" > : ,
"yO<. .:, : <> -*' :: \.0 '''-> >
f" y'i: j. ; '&,;'<1H \
< l. !;c'f',2:,*. oJ Carson comes to Jax from the
N... :: '.+-:" ,
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post of Commander Naval Forces
'W .r.w : ''t. J.1 : }!
,.,:*,v',1. ", ,> J, t' r' Philippines. ? :
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-<:' )> ,
*''=X.-ro. :;>, ;:,t;}.rl;;:i.<.-. He and his wife, the former
;W lS=i ffii
}: H >"' <<:t>' !:\ Evelyn Hansen Weaver, have
*wo children Joseph M., Jr., and

'. : Aubrey Weaver Carson. They
: will reside at NAS.Accide'nt .

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witnessing an acci-

dent occuring between a horse
rider and a dump truck in

the 7000 block of 103rd Streeton

January 5, 1961 at about SURPRISE CEREMONIES Cap John G. Feder (right).

BECOMES VAP.62 FIRST-Lljg( ). Robert J. O'Neill (right), 1:30: pm., is requested to call Naval Hospital executive officer. is presented a framed photo.
of Heavy Photographic Squadron 62 has become the third Naval George A. Smith, Jr., at ELgin graph of the hospital by Capt. William L. Engelman Hospital
officer to recieve the designation as a Naval Aviation Observer 4-8594 (day) or RAymond commanding officer, during surprise ceremonies there last
Photo Navigator and the first with that designation in the ranksof 5-7595 (night). Friday. Cap Feder U being transferred to Naval Hospital.
VAP62. Here O'Neill is officially notified of his designation Portsmouth N.H., where he will assume duties as commanding
and congratulated by Comdr. John E. Cousins. officer. (See story on page 6.)




I IJtl

1 June 1961


XftthcUi'6NAS . .

fA : :.. :

t I ; _______

Cept. James R. Reedy ......_............?...,_Jacksonville?._?_.-....._._..............Commending Officer j ># ;;: .. :rs Thursday June 15

Comdr. Robert Nelson.-........-........._....._.-__._._._._Executive Officer :
4 __ Mainside-Canadian Pacific,
NAB Six; Fleet Air Jacksonville

Cept. Greyiton H. Webr..............._..._._.....__Commtnder Fleet Air Jacksonville ,; 1900 only.
Cept. Nelson M. Heed I.....__......__._Commtnder Naval Air Bases 6ND NATTUnit-Ferry To Hong
Fleet Air Eleven ;
Capt. Renfro Turner, J,__......_........__Wing..., ?....?._Commander .... ., .r .'. Kong, 1900 only. I
Comdr. Murlin W. Alley.) ,_.._._...___..__-_--_- Chief Staff Officer Hospital-Five Golden Hours,
Naval Air Technical Training Unit ; ,, y ,,.:.j:: 1900 only.

Capt. Robert J. Fleming...._...__...___.. Commanding Officer y +
Comdr. Marion K. Smith- _._...-._......_....._._.........Executive Officer r ..v ."' 1".N' Friday June 16Mainside
Naval Hospital > :. -T h e Sundowners,
Capt. William L. Englemtnm._---- .- ___-Commanding Officer 4t V:1: : 1900
Capt. Stephen H. Tolini........_- ...... Executive Officer \ only.
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit 'J ... )' NATTUnit-Canadian Pacific,

Capt. F. H. Holt.._.....-...__........................_.._.._...._...Commanding Officer : o .r 1900 only.
Comdr. William M. Miller_......._..._....._.............Executive Officer a To Hong
Hospital-Ferry Kong
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at .r' : ,, ,
no expense' to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P.35 Rev. July ::,?o : 1900 only.
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air 'r::' <:: Saturday June 17
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing 3 ___ .. 1900
I j Mainside-Misty, only.
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hospital. :

Service Information Officer................._.......Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnls, Jr. NATTUnit-The Sundowners,
Assistant Service Information Officer-..........._.._........ ndrew H. Planey IT 1400 and 1900.
News Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb; Staff-Mae Spencer Jol; Sandy Martinson, Pacific
JOSN; Ralph Bailey, AA. Photographer-Joy Beccari, PH2. Hospital-Canadian ,
Member of North Florida Industrial Editor. Association and Southern and In. 1900 only.
ternational Councils of Industrial Editors. Sunday, June 18
The Jax Air News is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material .
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit is given. Photographs -- .,i, Mainside-Cany On Admiral,
unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs. 1400 and 1900.NATTUnitMisty.
NUMBER ONE SAILOR-Aaron K. Smith yeoman lint
Editorial offices located In
Room 230 Main
extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. Administration Building. Phone class (right). is congratulated by Capt. Robert J. Fleming, commandlng 1400 and

, officer Naval Air Technical Training Unit on his 1900.
0 selection as Sailor of the Month for June. The award could Hospital-The Sundowners, 1900
0 Civilians Give also serve as a -way" present for Smith since he has
: :ClassifiedFor received orders to Rota, Spain after serving for four years at only.
NATTU. Smith and his wife will be feted to an all expenses Monday, June 19MainsidaMagnificent
o Blood June 28 paid week-end in St. Augustine as guests of the JacksonvilleUSO Seven,
Civilian and the St. Augustine Chamber of Commerce.
Sale employees are reminded 1900 only.

Ortega Hills-3 bdrm., 2 bath. 7390 that civilian blood NATTUnit Carry -On Admiral,

Pineville Dr.; Mrs. Nooney. donor day has been scheduledfor IlurricaiielliiitsIIaiidyWith 1900 only.

Sell or Swap-3 bdrm. home In Pensa- June 28 at the Mainside i Hospital-Misty, 1900 only.
cola for home In Jax; Glen Dixon, RA Dispensary, Building 8. Dona- 20
4-1047 or EU9055.Trailer2 tions will be taken between Season UnderwayNow Tuesday June
bdrm., full bath Mainside-Elephant Walk, 1900
; Ivy (ear, 0830 and 1200.
RA 4-4538.
6336 David that hurricane season is upon us, The Jax Air only.
Drlve-3 bdrm.,
blk.; M. M. Hudson, Ext. 375 concrete during News is offering here a few hints on what to do during,I TrUnit-Magnificent Seven,

wk hrs. before and after a hurricane as outlined in various NAS 1900 only.

Trailer-2 bdrm.; Mrl' L B. Foley Sr., NASPersonnelOffice station directives.First Hospital-Carry On Admiral,
SP 1-3970. ing many lives and much property
of all, during the entire 1900 only.

Cedar Park lan.-3 bdrm. 2 bath;i season which began on June 1 .Wednesday June 21
Brick Adams, SP 12593. MovingTo and lasts until November 30,' all Forewarned, individuals should Mainside-Fighting Pimpernel!,
Horne-6 rms.; Jeanette Aubtny, make that their auto's
tv 7-5721. persons ;are urged to tune in sure gas 1900 only.

3 Bdrm. Home-2 bath; Mrs. W. P. Bldg. 955The their radios or TV's for last tank is filled, the battery and NATTUnit-Elephant Walk,
Bremer, SP 12392. minute weather reports when tires checked, and that an ample

Cedar Hill Terrace-3 bdrm. bath Military Personnel Office storm conditions are known to supply of drinking water and I 1900 only.
Mrs. James Davis, EV 4-1)576. ; located in Bldg. 1 will move to exist in surrounding areas. foods not requiring refrigerationare II Hospital-Magnificent Seven

Sale or Trade-Equity, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, Bldg. 955 today, June 15, neces- SHOULD A STROM condition also on hand. Power failures I 1900 onlyfrigerated _____
CB; SP 15635. sitating the closing of the person- could make should
exist that may become a destruc- obtaining gas difficult foods to spoil,

For Rent nel accounting, enlisted records tive hurricane, such prior warn- and cause frozen or re- the area' be struck by such destructive -

Woodstock Park-2 rm., furn. apt. prl. and leave and liberty sections for ing may be instrumental in sav- winds.IT .
entrn, $60 per mo.; EV 8-8387 the entire day.Emergency Atlanta Reserve IS ALSO advisable to havea
Riverside Ave.-Furn. apts., $75; C. E. situations arising The office will reopen for busi-
Mullis. FL 95873. flashlight, first aid kit, fire extinguisher -
during the period of the move ness in its new location on Fri- powered
This 'n That and battery
will be handled by the Transit day and its various sections may VP-674 Finishes
Ride Wanted-Green Cove radio handy.
Bldg. 110, 0730-1600, John Kaperak Springs, Personnel Office, topside, Bldg. then be contacted by calling extension All loose abjects as tools, toys,

685 or Green Cove 7451. 955. 8257 or 8179. Two Weeks Duly trash cans, awnings, and the like

should be stored in a safe place.If .

7i hlb ., Reserve Patrol Squadron 674,, the storm warnings indicate
commanded by Comdr JamesP.
m ) $\fP 'm \ that the winds will be severe
Boyle, Nashville Tenn.
x1 ( returned then persons should board up or
to it's Atlanta, Ga. base
tape all windows and seek shel-
last Saturday after having
: ter away from low areas that
pleted two weeks active duty
become flooded.
with VP-5 here at NAS Jax may
During a storm, individualsare
under the operational control of
J indoors
cautioned to remain
Fleet Air Wing 11.
and not to be fooled if the hur
Assuming duties as pilots and I and
ricane passes directly over
maintenance men during the
______ period go rushing outside-the winds
the approximately 90 weekend

L u-- iVA1 sometimes returns.
1 warriers operated their P2V"Neptune"
patrol planes overvast drive
___ areas of the South passes persons should not
___! Atlantic,
\ ____ 4 Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico, about the area unless it is abso-

J joining with regular lutely necessary, giving clean-up
!&' : patrolsquadrons and
in all phases of anti crews freedom of operation
submarine warfare. also avoiding undermined pavement

and broken, power, gas and
x..w, 1J The P2V-5 "Neptune" operatedby I water lines and other debris.

... ... .: T J VP-674 are aquipped with Aboard NAS Jax hurricane

i modern electronic equipment de in four
warrnings are set up
,., signed to detech, track
and destroy

'.':' conditions according to the apparent -
F submarines and
\ ) requires eminence of the storm
H'ghly trained
k personnel at all I
-1 > Units and personnel aboard an

t I _____________ J.I times. normally informed of the con-
On departure professional and
ditions being set by phone
L- -- % credited the citizen sailors word-of-mouth.
*"' ..:._. _......... ....,._'....... ".......""" _" ..........,, ,.. ,,_.........,._...'".*'_.........., ..,',...'""'.,..<+ J with having met all stand LEAST SERIOUS of the con
LUKEMIA VICTIM GIFT-Crew number three of Naval Air Reserve Patrol Squadron 674 ards performing their mission ditions which
are shown while on training here last week as they accepted a gift to be carried: to Sandra a n an outstanding manner and::1 is Condition Four
seven-year-old girl of Salisbury, South Africa who is a leukemia victim. The crew took the gift\ 'owing that reservists merely indicates that there is a
to Bermuda where they delivered it to Military Air Transport Service: who in turn delivered it to can and possibility of destructive winds
to the British Transport Service to carry to its final destination. Crew members are (standing, merge rapidly with their occuring within 72 hours. During
left to right) J. W. Gordon AN; LL T. N. Levy, pilot; F. C. Hill, AN: M. W. Westbrook ADR2; regular counterparts in the prose this
period precautions
W. I:. Atkins ATI: J. J. Jordan. EN1 and D. H. Sliefel. AE2. Kneeling, (left to right) are L., W. cution of anti-submarine war preliminary
Frost. ADR2; Lt. R. C. CampbeU, navigator an :i Lcdr. G. V., Miller co-pilot. fare. should be taken.
(Please Turn To Page 6, Col. 1))

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15 Juno 1961 JAX AIR NEWS '.g. 3

If Ya'Ask Sea Cadet Squadron To Be Started In Jax I IThe

UsIt first organizational meeting for the establishmentof
a Sea Cadet Squadron, for which their has been a strong Cadet program is two-phased: I tions and military drill, adminis-

interest in the Jax area, will be held Friday, June 23 at (a) boys between the ages of tered by its own corps of vol-
has been suggested for the 1900 at the NARTU technical training building at NAS Jax. 12 to 14 known as Navy League unteers-Navy League Cadet Of-

second time in less than a year The first meeting of the Cadets and (b) senior cadets for ficers.
by Communist officials that the young men between the ages of young men between 14 through The senior U.S. Naval Sea Cadets -
United Nations headquarters in Squadron, sponsored by the 14 and 17 years in good physical 18 who are known as U.S. Naval receive training and indoctrination -
New York be moved to another Navy League of the United condition and willing to accept Sea Cadets. in the same naval
site. Do you think that movingthe States, will be for the purpose of military procedures and train-
THE JUNIOR group of cadetsis reserve subjects at the Naval
taking and
applications to
headquarters would serve ex- ing. There is no military obliga-
any beneficial purpose for U.N. plain the missions and tasks of tion incurred. given training and indoctrination Reserve Training Centers as

members or have any signifi- the group. Formally organized just three in naval history, ships, aircraft their older brothers in the naval

cance in settling or easing inter- ELIGIBLE candidates will be years ago the Navy League Sea seamanship communicaSUPERIOR reserve.

national differences regardingRed

China, Formosa, Laos, Ber- : Given
Connies Hanley
lin, Israel or Cuba? If so, what? Super )S

"No, I don't think it would AchievementRecognition

serve any purpose. I think that
.. Arrive For
;: '1 where the U.Nis

presently located -

is a sym- 'Cane SeasonTwo A superior achievement award

bol of freedom. check in the amount of $150 has

Also, I think of the Navy's Hurricane been presented to Clyde Hanleyof
Hunter's aircraft arrived Tues- iIfi the Assembly Division of
that the U.N.
i being located day at NAS Jax to take up their Overhaul and Repair Departmentin

: in the United station during the hurricane sea- recognition of his outstanding

performance of duty, particularlyin
; States is a good son.The
.:A Warde example of the two "Super Connies", one the field of corrosion repair

of which will be flown by and prevention.
real freedom we want people of Comdr. W. S. Webster the com- Hanley an aviation metal-

other countries to see." Lcdr. manding officer of Early Air- smith, was presented the award

William A. Warde, prospective borne Warning Squadron Four ka. by Capt. Robert E. Clements, Assistant -

Photographic Officer, VAP62."I will be flying in from their home $ $ O&R Officer during informal -

think it would be wise to base at Naval Station Roosevelt \ ceremonies held in the

change the present site of the Roads Puerto Rico. The Hurri- : O&R auditorium on June 6.

U.N. to Vienna. Austria.. is a neutral ..... cane Hunter squadron was at ACCOMPLISHMENT-Clyde Hanley (right), In the fall of 1960 O&R beganto
aviation metaiimilh in the Division of Overhaul receive A3D aircraft for
country r" :! one time stationed here at NAS. Assembly and over-
Repair Department, accepts $150 check awarded him for his
a haul which were in severe stagesof
and if the U.N. r ,, The two aircraft and the detachment
"" wV outstanding performance of duty. Capt. Robert E. Clements corrosion on all surfaces,
were situated of Airborne Warning presented the check during informal ceremonies last week and
there, it would /. i Squadron Four will remain here lauded Hanley for his performance, particularly in the field of especially on the wings in the
be more cen- until November 15th. corrosion repair and prevention. area of the integral fuel cells.
located '. Hanley who had been origi-
r" Mission of the unit will be to nally assigned to work the cor-
for all coun- New Radar Facilities
):[; search for hurricanes in the Gulf Now rosion out of the A3Ds was askedto

tries in the ('fIr'if:::>t of Mexico and once the storm is direct and instruct a crew of

U.N. It would :r.3.iur. located the aircraft will remainin I men in completing the work on
ll"; .
: For 679th
be the central Cornell' the storm keeping it under Building ACWSConstruction all the planes inducted into O&R

for constant surveillance until it dis- for corrosion repair
meeting place all the world
sipates. has begun on The award read that Hanley's
figures and their countries. radar Completion of the struc-
operational facilities near new
this time of thestorm's zeal and fine spirit of coopera-
SSgt. Robert A. Cornell Marine reports
Enterprise Ave., and Mustin Road tures, which will include an
tion with thorough
Barracks. will be sent to together
I for the 679th Aircraft Control operations building, a radar
of sealants and their
the Fleet Weather Facility in Mi- knowledge
"Absolutely none. I think if and Warning Squadron presently tower base structure and founda-
ami to be made known to citi- use, were the main factors in
we want to sell our permanentway zens of the area and especially based at NAS Jax. tions for two additional towers, making successful completion of

of living to other people we who might be in the pathof The new facilities which will are expected to be completed in the work possible in less time

have.. to show.. it. You are not persons the hurricane. be constructed at a cost of $356- January 1962. Two government than had been allowed for it.
,:," '; going to show 800 by the William E. ArnoldCo. furnished 'towers will also be
f" :''. "'*"(;,<... ,1, people our way ., of Jacksonville, will replace erected by the contractor. that currently in use and will be
):>-' ""': ', of living by those now occupied on NAS by Lieutenant Colonel Oiva Kivi- connected with a new Semi-au-

i 'r" moving, which, HMS Lynx the squadron which operates the pelto, squadron commanding officer tomatic Ground Environment
! would also be Jacksonville area control center said that the radar equip (SAGE) system to be constructedlater

1 too expensive.I Due In Jax for the North American Air De- ment to be installed will have a.1. this year south of Jackson-
i if fense Command. better detection capability than ville.
I don't

f that Austria is. For VisitHer

too backward

LOV1 but it does not Majesty's Ship Lynx; leader -

have what the U.S. has to offer." of the 7th Frigate Squadronon

Sgt. Ernest C Lovitt: Army the South Atlantic and South

Veterinary Inspection Service, America Station: is scheduled to

Jax, Fla. arrive Saturday for a three day
visit in Jacksonville.The .
"I think that the U.N. is okay
British the tenth to
just where it is. It looks to me
bear the name Lynx is slated to
that it would serve a better purpose i
arrive about 1030 to tie up at th
where it ; 1 I
,I) Atlantic Coast Line building pierin l J.S
is presently located I
downtown Jax. She will departthe S .
in New y yh.1
morning of June 20. //1
York. It has 1
Since this is an operational 4
been set up '
some time and ,- visit it is not proposed to open :
the ship to the general public.
it would be t .
The Lynx is a first rate frigateof
foolish and a :4 d't
a new class, designed for the
waste of time | anti-aircraft and anti-submarine :.
and money to Abernathy I protection of a convoy and
move it now." Bernard Aber- operates as a leader. She is basedat 3f l v p JS

nathy, SA, Driver, U-l Division, Simonston.Of *
Public Works. <
340 feet in length, the Lynxis
fitted with two twin 4.5 'inch
The new minister's car broke Mi '
power operated turrets a self- 4..f.
down just after the morning
contained automatic twin mount-
service soon Monday he pushedit
ing, long range radar asdic sets : <
to the local garage for repairs."I anti-sub- ':V2 ,
and three-barrelled .
hope you'll go a little easy marine mortar. :
on the price," he told the me- EXPRESSIONS OF PRIDE-A whopping 120 percent participation in the recent Navy Relief
chanic. "After all, I'm just a HMS Lynx carries a comple- drive being shown tallied here left expressions of pride on the faces of all Heavy Photographic
ment of 14 officers and 204 men Squadron 62 squadron personnel..Here VAP skipper Comdr. John E. Cousins, (center standing),
poor preacher. gathers the "above and beyond" monies from Richard Koehler. chief aviation structural mechanic,
and is commanded by Capt. R. A.
"I know," came the answer. (left), and Ens. Don Roberts as VAP's drive chairman Ltjg( ). Bob O'Neill enters the figures. The
"I've heard you." Begg, Royal Navy. squadron's members averaged $3.01 donations. Total tally was 1185.



4 JAZ AIR NEWS 15 June 1961

47 Employees Channel

Are PromotedIn WAVEThings

are really popping at
April May the WaVe Barracks with the organization -
of the new Wave

Council, five new clubs, and big
Forty-seven civil service
em- H party plans for the celebrationof
ployees here at NAS Jax have
the 19th birthday of the
been promoted during the monthsof _
April and May, according tan Waves.
announcement by the Indus-
trial Relations Department. by box ballot in which all NAS
Waves participated were: Eliza-
Promoted on April 11 at Over-
haul and Repair Departmentwere r beth Kalmbach, radioman sec-
ond class, president; Gwen
Genaro Barrera, Helper AWARDS! AWARDSI! AWARDS-Three seerate awards were presented to three divisions
Electroplater to Electroplater; and some of their employees in the Public Works Department last week. Capt. James -A. Bent- Anderson, personnelman first
David Findley, Apprentice Ma- ley second from left standing newly assigned Public Works Officer, and Capt. J. Henry Eiler. class; vice-president; Eleanor
chinist to Machinist Ralph Mann sixth from left kneeling, presented Safe Driving Supervisory and Shops awards to 36 employeesof Davis, yeoman second class, sec-
; the Maintenance. Utilities and Transportation Divisions. Capt. Etter who has been Public retary; and Rae Vasquez, radio-
Production Controlman to Sen- Works Officer since 1958. leaves NAS Jax today. June 15, for new duties in Charleston. S.C.
ior Production Controlman; Bill man second class, treasurer.
Naylor, Production Controlman 10 to the same as a GS-11. Christopher Chairmen for the five newly-
to Production Methods and Bugg of PWD was pro- Public Works Safety Awards formed organizations are: Drill
Standards Specialist GS-9; Pit-' moted from Engineman to Shop Team, Linnea Lammers, seaman;
man L. Pickett, Machine Operator Planner Engineman in May. Choir, Sandra Galloway, sea-
to Machinist; Marvin J, Promoted in miscellaneousgroups Given Divisions Employees man apprentice; Drama Club,

Rogers, Aircraft Examiner to in April were Willie Lee Beverly Coddington, photographer's -

Leadingman Metalsmith; ElbertP. Howard, Laborer to Helper Safe Driving, Supervisory and Shops Awards were presented mate third class; Band,
Scribner, Inspector to Lead- Electroplater in O&R; Louie M. to 36 Public Works employees of the Maintenance, Jackie Dennis, seaman appren-
ingman, Aircraft Mechanic; and Fletcher, Guard Supervisor GS4to Util ties and Transportation Divisions last week. Captain tice; and Majorettes, Doreen Dur-

Charles F. Wetherbee, Wood- Production Dispatcher in O&R; James A. Bentley, new Public Works Officer, and Capt. J. fee, seaman apprentice.THE .
worker Helper to Carpenter. Margaret Melton, Accounts Main- Henry Etter, presented the awards to the employees. Capt. INITIAL MEETING of

THOSE RECEIVING a boost on tenance Clerk GS-4 to Accounts Etter: former PWO here, leaves today to assume new postin the Drill Team has been held
May 8 at O&R were Hamilton Maintenance Supervisor GS-5; rharlpctnn R.P. and new members instructed in
Bess and Albert Coleman, Helper Edna R. Bolin, Clerk-Typist GS- Supervisory Awards went to basic drill techniques by Ser-
2 to Clerk GS-3 Consoli- free supervision. Power Plant geant Kenneth V. Cole and Corporal
General to Aircraft Towman; Typist Joseph E. Flirt for six i years
dated Surplus Sales and Thelma One of Utilities Division was George F. Barefield both
Edwin Garrison, Leadingman ; accident-free supervision; WalterE. ,
A. Bradshaw GS-4 to awarded a Shops Award for one. of Marine Barracks.
Metalsmith Aviation to Quarterman Secretary McMahn, eight years; Wallace Twenty-
Metalsmith Aviation; Ruby Secretary, GS-5, Consolidated Wade, four years; and Murl C. year period. Representing Utilities nine Waves have joined the team.
Herrington, Clerk-Typist US3to Surplus Sales. Creasy, four years. All are sup- for the award were T. D. The team will meet each week at
Mail and File Clerk GS-4;Wil- Miscellaneous promotions in ervisors in the Maintenance Divi- Green, N. F Rogers, and C. T. times to fit the duty schedulesof

liam Lucas, Assistant Production May went to Peggy Young, sion. The Electric Shop of the Madrin. Madrin also received a the instructors.The .
Controlman Machinist to Produc- Clerk-Typist GS-3 to MilitaryPay Maintenance i Division was I Supervisory Award for 17 yearsof Choir has met three times
tion Controlman Machinist, and Clerk GS-4, Comptroller De- awarded a Shops Award for no supervision without lost time thus far and future meetings will

Geraldine Taylor, ClerkTypistGS3 partment; Dorothy Cecuers, disabling injuries for a periodof accidents.The be held every Tuesday and
to Accounts MaintenanceClerk C 1 e r k-Stenographer GS-3 to one year which started May Maintenance Shop of the Wednesday at 1800 in the bar-
GS-4. Clerk to Clerk-Steno GS-4, IRD; 1960 and ended May 1961. Transportation Division was pre- racks. Six Waves have joinedthe

Supply Department employees William Harden, Fire Fighter Representing groups of the sented a Shops Award,and W. A. Choir and more are encour-
receiving April promotions are Structural GS-4 to Fire Protec- Maintenance Division for the Dauphin represented the division. aged to participate.

Jesse Batson, Warehouseman to tion Inspector GS-7, Security Department award were L. ,A. Kirkpatrick, Safe Driving Awards were pre Drama Club members now
Stockman; Mary Hazzard, File ; and Charles, Hammond E. M. Shimp, E. L: Griffin, S. A. sented to drivers of the Trans. total six with their initial meet-
Clerk to Card Punch Biological Aid GS-4 ing to be held upon the arrivalof
Operator to
Graham, H. Music, H. F. Cross, portation Division for accumulative
GS-3; Helmer Helton, Ware- Biological Aid GS-5, Disease M. G. Forsyth, II. O. James, L. years of accident-free safe literature from acting associa-
houseman to Stockman; Gerald tions in New York and Chicago.The .
Vector Control Center.Assessments R. Barrow, Russell Benedict, G. A. driving. Receiving Safe Driving
Band and
Hughes, Warehouseman to Stock- Majorettes activi-
I Wolfer, C. G. Fyfe, B. T. Stover,
Awards were Moses Davis, five ties have not held
man; George Lowery, Ware- meetings yetas
houseman to Stockman; Paul 167168The R. S. Huggins, S. J. Pajcic, E. years; J. A. Richardson, 14 they are primarily in a plan-

Moore, Warehouseman to Stock- Employee's Mutual Death H. Sandage, F. F. Bevis, W. M. years; J. F. Callahan, six years; ning stage. NAS Waves are encouraged -
man; Larry Walker, EAM Pro- Benefit Society has issued notice Jones, M. L. Dickinson, A. R. and Eddie E. Johns, 12 years. to support these activi-

ject Planner GS-5 to EAM Pro- advising members that assess- Sangillo, and R. T. Nick. F ties by joining one or more of

ject Planner GS-7; and Pierce ments 167 and 168 are payable Kenneth Sparkman of the Uti Golden Nugget the clubs and attending meetings.
Wilson, Jr., Warehouseman to within the 10-day period June lities received Supervisory Awardfor DISCUSSED AT THE first
Stockman. J 13-26. his seven years of accident- Club Has First meeting of the Wave Council
MAY SUPPLY pay raises wentto and NAS Waves were the big
Maxaline Bernard and Roy Summer FormalThe plans for a birthday party com-
Chester, both Stock Control memorating the 19th Anniversaryof
Clerk GS-4 to Stock Control first formal dance of the WAVES (Women Acceptedfor
Clerk GS-5; Fred Mansell and summer season was held by the Voluntary Emergency Serv-
George Marcus, both Packer to Golden Nugget Club recently at ice). All Waves are invited to
Crater and' Packer; Josephine -F. I Ii the Commissioned Officers Club. attend the big birthday party to
Mixon, Stock Control Clerk GS- Some 100 teenagers attendedthe be held July 24 from 1800 to
4 to Stock Control Clerk GS-5; dance which was sponsored 2400 at the Bluejackets Inn. Also
Ernest Roderigas, Liquid Fuels hv Capt. and Mrs. James R. invited are the Hospital Corps
Pump Operator to Inspector Reedy; Capt. and Mrs. Grayston Waves from the Naval Hospital
Petroleum Products; Fa b i 101 a II. Weber, and Comdr. and Mrs. here, the Wave recruiters from
Rodroguez and Inez Shelton, both Thomas Casey. downtown Jax, all Wave Offi-
Stock Control Clerk GS-3 to Music for the occasion was cers in the Jacksonville complex,
Stock Control Clerk GS-4; Joan furnished by a group from the and commanding officers and
Smith, Stock Control Clerk GS4to ComFairJax Band. executive officers of commandsto

Stock Control Clerk GS-5; The club is for all teenagerswho which Waves are attached.
William Tankersley, Management ? y 'q' < are Navy dependents of active Dress for the big occasion will
Analyst GS-5 to Management or retired personnel.A be Service Dress Whites or semi-
Analyst GS-7; Douglas Taylor, special dance is formal civilian attire. The menu
EAM Project Planner GS-5 to will be announced at a later date
EAM Project Planning Supervisor .. each Saturday with last evening by the but promises to be very tasty.
group Saturday's dance
GS-7; Dorothea Thompson :'. .' "' Also on the agenda is
a big birth-
:. ;, '. :. being held at the Naval Hospital
Stock Control Clerk GS-3 to Y day cake with a blue and gold
Stock Control Clerk GS-4; and iJ2if; : : d iii Patio, featuring a Hawaiian color scheme. Each Wave is
Ada Whitaker, Stock Control ...": Clerk GS-4 to Stock Control Other events planned for June to invite one guest.
Clerk GS-5.. AMONG FAETU'S FINEST-Sailor of the Month wards includes pool party at the Officer's The next general meeting of
TWO PUBLIC have been given D. L. Miller, tradevman third class (left), and Club on Saturday, June 17, the council and Waves will beheld
WORKS employees .J. F. Cox aviation electrician's mate third class, by Comdr.J. and a hayride beach party at
were promoted in April: F. McGuire, Thursday in July.
commanding officer of Detachment Two. Miller Mayport on Saturday, June 24.
William L. Alexander, from Me- was commended for his outstanding April performance in in. All meetings will be held the

chanical Engineer GS-7 to Me- stalling, operating and maintaining a P2V-5 Weapons System Customer: "How do you sell :' first Thursday of each month
chanical Engineer GS-9; and J. Trainer, while Cox received his citation for May based on these tires?" thereafter with the actual time

Herschell Lee, Supervisory Administrative his appearance and initiative in performing all of his assigned Salesman: "I don't know. I being announced prior to the ,
Officer GS-
tasks in an outstanding manner. often wonder myself." meeting.PaaS .

1 ,

5 June 1961

!'Mug" Race I '

.' ....', JAX AIR
Tarsammed SPORTS
Lost, ..,".:.,': NEWSVAP62

:: >

Navy Jax's Sailing Club had < .
bad day of it last Saturday in ,""'. Stings

ihe squall-ridden sixth annual .,.
}Mug" Race on the St. Johns

iver. Only two of the five local r: 1 ,1" : Giving VA-35 Lead SpotThe

ntries finished the event, which f

s; the longest fresh water race
DUth of the Great Lakes.As VA-44 Hornets must be madder than ever now that

has seemed to be the case VA-35 has taken the Mainside intramural softball lead in
the National VAP-62 handed the stingers their most
i races of this type, a twin hull- league.
Id catamaran the "Tequila" cap- painful defeat of the season, 12-2. VA-35 kept right on the

ined by Hugh McClain of Cape winning track by downing VP-16, 9-6.

anaveral, screamed across the The Air Force 679th smacked 8-0 and 9-8 respectively.The .
inish line 44 minutes ahead ofs FAW-11 a disheartening 30-3 defeat second place Marines suf-

nearest competitor. The in the only other National fered their third loss of the season -

eedy) craft ran the 34 mile league game played last week. at the hands of Hospital,

alatka to Jacksonville course All those scheduled for Thurs- 4-3. A/C Maint. is still in thirdin

seven hours and 40 seconds, day were rained out. spite of a 11-5 drubbing given

spite of an unintentional late ComFairJax has a tight graspon them by Admin.In .
art with a one mile handicap. -J the American League in the
the remaining games playedlast
"Itchi Bon", a Navy sailing ITCHI BON-Navy Jax Sailing Club' whale boat, "Itchi Mainside intramural softball circuit Dispensary
week dumped -
[hale boat, finished fifth in the Bon. is shown as she got things ship-shape for last Saturday's with twin wins listed on
Mug Race on the St. John's river The craft's" 7-2 and O&R squeakedpast
uiser class, arriving at the Rudr name means last week's record. Both Supplyand
Number One in Japanese, but the came in fifth in the race's Featu, 6-5.
Club finish line at 2 a.m. cruiser class. Jeff Bernard of VA-44 skippered the Ilchi in the Operations fell victims to Softball standings now are:
anday morning. "A Rebel," longest fresh water race held south of the Great Lakes. the Fleet Airmen's onslaught,

ippered by Lt. C. B. Uber of AMERICAN NATIONALW

ablic Works, came in third ine I W ICoroFsirJax
under 16 foot class. All-Navy Pistol Rifle Match 12 1 VA.35 6 1
Marines 11 3 VA-44 7 2
Three 14-foot Rhodes Bantamsiled A/C Malnt 10 3 Air F. 79th 6 2
to finish the race. One of NARTU 9.4 VP.16 4 4

\em, piloted by Charley Jonesid Shoot Gets Underway Monday Admin 9 5 VA-165 3 3

Ken Grant, both Aviation O&R Supply 6 5 8 8 VAP-62 A3D School 2 3.4 7

ectrician's Mate First Class at Over 175 shooters from both Hospital 5 9 FAW-11 0 9
fATTU, had a nerve-wracking the 23rd. Featu 3 11
the Pacific and Atlantic Fleets special infantry trophy match 311
>perience: Saturday night while will compete at the NAS Pistol Precompetition has already will be staged. Friday will mark Dispensary 1 11
chored on the river near started. This warmup period is two extra bonus -----
range and Camp Blanding in the pistol matchesin I -
reen Cove Springs. The two
devoted to allowing shooters to .22 and .38 calibers.
first Pistol and Rifle
ad been detained after
| a squall
familiarize themselves with their Netters NeededFor
Captain James R Reedy Com-
psized their boat, having to bail Match ever to be staged at NAS ,
new environment. Along with actual manding Officer NAS Jackson.
out. A tug boat with a barge Jax, Monday, June 19 through
tow apparently didn't see the practice on the range, the ville, will make the presentation 6ND TourneyJax
gunmen will attend daily class of trophies Friday afternoon,
lashlight which they had tied is in dire need of
Last Call For lectures on the intricacies Navy
the mast, and collided with the of June 23. Awards for the first ten neat netters to representthis
range competition, where a places in each match will be some
agile plywood craft, sending
MeetAn base in the Sixth Naval Dis-
Swimming heartbeat can spell the differ- given.
oth men into the water, where trict Tennis Tournament to be
ley clung to the overturned organizational powwowfor ence between victory and defeat.On The All-Navy winners, com- held at NAS Pensacola July 19-
|ull for two hours, signaling with the Mainside Intramural Monday, the first matchof posed of the best pistol and

flashlight, until a local fisher- Swim Meet, scheduled for the the Tournament will be the rifle shooters, will train here the 22.Both and woment are
an aboard the "Elizabeth R" last of this month, has been individual pistol event at the last of this month for the National men
needed to fill out a traveling
icked them up.klad called for Wednesday, June Station Armory, beginning at Rifle and Pistol Matches to team for singles and doubles

21, at 0930.Athletic 0800, followed by the team be held at Camp Perry, Ohio, competition.

Director Frank Mc- match in the afternoon. The next July 28 through August 5. The I
Interested should contact -
all interested
Foxes Caffrey urges day riflemen will travel to the winners will form the All Serv- Mainside
units to send a representativeto Frank McCaffrey,
Camp Blanding range, located ice team.
athletic director at Ext. 858.
his office for the confab at
Handlers near Starke, for the individual One group of men to watchis
an that time.
rifle competition. The rifle team that from Patuxent River !lantic Fleet Matches which concluded -

ead BowlingPatrol Jets Meet Charlotte entries will commence firing the Naval Command. They nearly here last Friday with the

following day, On Thursday, a made a clean sweep of the At- presentation of awards.
Knoxville At HomeJacksonville's

Squadron Five and the Jets of the ClassA '; r; t ,

fan Handlers lead the men'snd Sally league return to their

wo en's divisions of the home baliwick Monday after a $ : ,t.
:, .,.
ntramural Bowling League week's road trip. They will be ,

[print for the Mainside title. The home for five days. *' 4 /54k S '.4 4 / J 4a
; ft
eated competition rolls into the 0' ( _4 ,., '
The Jets open a three game .
hird and final week of play series with Charlotte Monday and ) *: .

londay. The winner will clash follow with a two-game set with I +v
vith the NATTU champs the Knoxville. Weekday games startat I : ; / ,

ollowing week. 1945 while Sunday frays get 4s: ..n4. .*
The at 1430. Tickets to all .. ., -
VP.5 MAD Foxes gained underway ., .. ... /. /
: '
heir early lead by shutting out Jets home games are available -

the VAP-62 Sky Warriors 4-0, at reduced prices at the Special ., /.
./ /' / .: 4
[and beating the VA-165 Boom- Services Office, Bldg 704. ,

[erangs 31.Second to have an almost insurmountable ;

place VA-44 is well jump on their nearest opponents 4/ 45t "/ /

[within striking distance with with a flawless 8-0 t .. ) 1"iw
their 12.4 record. The Hornets slate. They shut out the Pen : ,, 7' t' 4t' *
'boast of wins over the VAP-62 Queens and the Grounders in '4n 4 ,

3rd Crewmen, Faetu "A" and quick succession for the tally. :; / f a r

VP-30 "A." Their only tie was The Neversails and Untouchables

with the slaughter House Five follow them with identical 2-2 .<'A ;

from Supply. records. /

AIC Maintenance "A" is hold. First week standings: 4i.

ing third with eight wins to four MIN'S DIVISK"' WOMEN'S DIV .
W I W L ,' /i./, / '
defeats. The airmen hold victories VP-5 7 1 Pan H. 80
over the Slaughter House VA-44 H'nts 12 4 Neversai's' 2 2 VP.30 VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS-In a special award ceremony Friday, June 2. VP-30's
A/C M'nt"A"8 4 IHtoi'thabfes/ 2 2 championship volleyball team was congratulated by Comdr. L. T. Barco, Jr.. squadron commanding
Five and 3rd Crewmen, but lost VAP- 2 S. W. 9 7 Pen Queens 0 4 officer for winning tho NAS Jax Intramural championship, capturing the ComFairJax tourna.
to the VA-165 Boomerangs, 3-1. VA-165 B. 66 Grounders 0" ment championship and being ComNavAirLant overall area runners up. Team members are (left
In the Women-Accepted-for- VP.30 "A" 4 4 to right) J. W. Day, aviation machinist mate second class: J. H. Sipe, yeoman first class: W. A.
Supply SHS 6 10 Sedowiki ADR1 Comdr. Barco: J. A. Morgan cnief aviation electronics technician: G. W. Sullivan
division -
Voluntary-Emergency-Service VAP- 2 3rdC 3 13 aviation metalsmilh first class; F. W. McCjmas. aviation electronics technician second class;
the Pan Handlers seem Faetu "A" 1 7 and R. E. Breton. chief aviation machinist mate.


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I: Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 15 June 1961Sixtytwo

I 0 & R EmployeesGet Quarters Bill

Benny Suggs AwardsBeneficial Being ReadiedFor

Suggestion cash awards totalling $2,875 were HearingIt
presented to 62 NAS Jax Overhaul and Repair Department

employees last week for adopted suggestions. Capt. RobertE.
Clements, Assistant O&R Officer, and Comdr. Palmer A. is reported that the proposed,

Quarles, Jr., Production Planning Officer, presented the quarters allowance increase for

award.. military personnel may reach
Top award winner was Capitol Hill during the current
Theron H. Donnell who received I. Hine and Harvey J. Maddox, session of Congress. The Defense
two $25 awards Rufus H. Meri-
; has received
a check for $295 for his sugges- Department com-
tion of a method of preventing wether and Owen L. Cribb, $60; ments from each of the serviceson
William Ricciardi and John D.
corrosion of magnesium housings the proposed increase which
f by applying resin coating to the Wilsher, $15; Archie Boatwrightand would amount to about 37 per-

external surfaces over which Maurice J. Kapperman, $10; cent on all quarters allowances.A .
Hewitt A. Siemann and JosephF.
recommendation to Defense
I paint could be applied without
difficulty. Perritt, $55; Vernon D. Mc- Secretary McNamara that the

r Cullen W. Wynn received a Daniel and Edgar E. Rowe, $20; legislation be sent to Congressthis
and William H. Starling and
$280 Benny Sugg check for his LANDS BENNY AWARD Cullen W. Wynn (right), of session is now being pre-
t suggested method of repairing Joseph P. Phillips, $25. Overhaul and Repair Department. accepts a $280 check and the pared.It .

A3D-2 heat exchangers by flow- Letters of appreciation were congratulations of Cap Robert E. Clements. Assistant O&R is said that the new allow-
: ing cycleweld or similar ma- given to Milton H. Lazarus, Officer, for the adoption of his suggested method of repairing ance, if approved, would total
A3D.2 heat exchangers. Wynn was one of the top winners
t terial around the tube ends at Mary J. Strickland and DonaldW. from O&R who received beneficial suggestion awards last some $461 million and would
the header plate to seal leaks. R. Cameron for their bene- week. bring allowances in line with

I i A SUGGESTED procedure for ficial suggestons. rent increases since the last increase -
( overhauling a tank unit when for service personnel was

f normal overhaul instructions are Capt. Feder Hospital XO granted in 1952.A .

t not available, called Liquido- Violators WarnedTo Defense Department spokesman -

meter Liquid Oxygen Probe, net- is said to have stated, how-
ted Herbert D. Young a $255 Ensure Traffic Feted At CeremoniesSurprise
ever, that any delay of the bill
cash award. .,,,
Cash suggestion award checks Pedesrian SafetyThere ceremonies were held last Friday by Naval in the Budget Bureau would
staff members for departing Capt. John G. Federin probably be fatal to its passage
were also presented by Capt. have been Hospital
frequent before 1962.
Clements to John R. Touchton, violations of station instruc- the office of Capt. William L. Engelman, hospital commanding ,

$15; Dominic Commisso, $30; tions to officer. Also present for the informal ceremonies I
recently pertaining
Judge T. Hutchens, $40; KirbyF. vehicles and were Mrs. Feder and their two children, John and Elizabeth.

Kyall, $20; Tallie B. Hall- destrians.emergency To assist in alleviat-pe- Capt. Feder is being transferred -' contact with were also praised, Management

I beck, $35; James M. Mitchell, ing this situation, all automo- to the U.S. Naval the commendation being

$65"; John R. Brewer, $45; Clyde bile drivers are reminded that Portsmouth, N.H., where he an official part of his serv- Chapter In First

McIntyre, $10; Robert H. Bloom- they should immediately pull assume duties as its record in the Bureau of Naval
field, $45; Thomas F. Bourrie, to the curb and ing officer. He had served .
over stop
$25; Dwayne M. Brown, $20; Naval Hospital for almost Meeting TodayClose
or ammunitioncarrying H. Tolins Chief
gency Capt. Stephen ,
Commisso, $75; Martin L. Rissel, years, serving as Chief of
$10; McIntyre, $105; and DoyleC. vehicles have passed. cine and subsequently as Surgery at the Naval Hospi- to 90 members of the
vehicles shouldbe
Emergency assumed the duties vacated
Carter cutive officer. newly formed Jacksonville
Also receiving awards were I easily recognizable by their During the ceremonies, Capt. Feder as acting execu- Chapter of the Armed Forces

Paul B. Franke, $25; Ralph M. flashing red lights and am- Engelman presented Capt. officer. Management Association will
munition trucks by their red
Vertner, $40; Sam N. Hazouri, with a framed photograph conduct their first business

$30; Commisso, $20; Thomas M. flags. hospital from the staff Tested To meeting today at noon at the
Pedestrians also
Dolan, $60; Louis Price, $125; are cau- along with a letter of Officers Club here.
tioned to the sidewalks
Olen J. Ward, Jr., $10; Mae E. use tion, which read in part, Bomb Volume Temporary chairmen of var-
particularly the north side
Prescott J. Sum- been a real pleasure to have ious committees will submit
; Joseph came'n
of Yorktown Ave. Walking or 'Washington (AFPS) The
Jr. D. Free- as a member of my reports on progress since the
mers, $30; Ralph has tested
standing on the roadway is successfully a
and the staff joins me in organizational meeting held in
Julius F. Veit
men, $180; $70; extremely dangerous, especially I multiple bomb rack adapter
May. The nominating committee -
continued in
Elmer Hall Robert A. Zim- you success
during heavy traffic peri- level, dive, loft and skip will also present a slate of
E. new and future
merman, $45; Floyd Gray,
ods. at the Naval Air Test
candidates for officers of the
F. Dense The commendation
,, $65; Benjamin $25; Patuxent River, Md.
Robert F. lauding Capt. Feder's group.
Lugene Downing, $10;
The rack be at-
To system can The association is national
) Griffin, $30; John J. Walsh, $25; Chaplain Beatty demeanor, courtesy, without change to exist- a
Summers, $15; David L. Findley, bearing and professional non-profit organization devoted -
Hold Final Service ejector racks, its multiple
the of
to improvement
$25; Joseph R. Kinnan, $10; KayA. ence which it said had
for him the respect and making possible many management throughout the
Barlowe, $40; James J. Pa-
June 17 combinations.
I nipinto, $10; Rissel, $25; and Sunday, of the entire staff and Defense Department. Mem-

Walter E. Riviere, Jr., $10: Chaplain Charles D. Beatty, alike. His professional and The adapter is expected to give bership is composed of both

STILL MORE AWARDS wentto Senior Chaplain at NAS duringthe ministrative attributes and Navy's midget A4D Skyhawk military and civilian manage-
to work with and inspire bomber up to six times ment personnel.
Rolf A. Rosseland and DwayneM. past two years, will. preachhis
ence in all with whom 'he normal bombing capacity.
Brown, $75; James R. Smith, last sermon at the 0930 serv- __

Michael Tkac and Johnny P. ices at All Saints Chapel, Sun- -rr-------1

Todd, $160; Felix I. Jacobs ,andE. day June 18.

J. McCully, Jr., $25; Thomas Chaplain Beatty and his family I

will leave the station next week

HurricaneContinued for his next duty at Bremerhav- _

( from Page 2)) en, Germany.The a

When Condition Three is set, Chaplain came here from

destructive winds are then expected the Mine Force Atlantic Fleet,

within 48 hours and pre- Charleston, S.C., in November _

cautionary measures are con- 1958. He has been senior chap
tinued. :
lain since January 1959.
AS THE STORM continues to The officiating chaplain at the
approach the ConditionTwo
1100 Protestant Service will be
is set when it can be expected -
to arrive within 24 hours.At Chaplain Ralph Todd. \

this point steps are taken to I

make' it possible to secure NAS Metals Society Sponsors'The _
within 12 hours and general
operations continue if possible. Cutting Edge'The

\ When it becomes apparent that merging of various ac-
; the hurricane will strike within tivities within the Defense De-

12 hours the station will be se- partment may not be confined

I cured. only to the military. Merging

Should it become evident that of a number of civilian activ-
the storm will definitely strike ities may also be in the wind. !i1L
r' : I
: ::: .-: ,
the area the station's Disaster Recruiting of civilians in par- + _

Control Center is alerted and ticular is likely to be unifiedin W OFFICERS-These are the ladies wh were selected by club members last week to head
steps then taken to recall all the future. Also, some training the Officer's Wives Club for the coming year. Thjy are. (left to right). Mrs. Faye Wilhelm, treasurer
I station and ; Mrs. Helen Hamilton, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Gloria Fraser, second rice president
personnel cancel all operations may be run ona
Mrs. Cathrine Delany. president; Mrs. Kathrine David, first rice president and Mrs. Ruth Greene,
liberty. common basis. recording secretary.