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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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May 26, 1960


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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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I I Holiday Weekend Can Mean 'Finish9 For Careless .

Holidays and accidents appear weekend coming, it'll behoove a matter of inches. undivided attention just as it ous object, subject to unpre-
to go hand in hand, at everyone to give serious I Unlike the tango, it takes does from those who make dictable, maneuvers.

least on the more spectacular thought to safety. only one for an accident. One driving their profession.It's Death is no respecter of civilian -
side of the news. Unfortun- Driving is a serious businessand error in judgment, such as status
an excellent idea to or military nor
ately, death does not take a so is this business of acci- hitting your brakes on a slip- and rate. All
know not only what your auto- between rank
holiday but continues its grim dent prevention and not juston pery road, can result in turn-
mobile can do, but what it can- must approach it on an equal
reaping 365 days a year withan working days. You're in sole ing over or smashing into an
extra day thrown in control of not do. Do not' assume that the basis.
as a tons of metal hurtl- immovable tree, fence or
bonus this year. ing, by other masses of steel bridge abutment. other driver will be as carefulas Let the other fellow make

With a long Memorial Day and aluminum, frequently by Driving should get a person's you. View him as a danger- the traffic headlines.

Navy Relief !

Prize ListAnnounced

A total of 43 persons have Vol. 18 No. 12 U.S.N.A.S. Jacksonville, Florida 26 May 1960

claimed prizes valued at over .
$10,000 given away in con- : .;rkL.l T -4'; Warrants To
junction with the Navy Relief 'J' '
Society fund raising drive ( flk
held at NAS Jax. The prizes : Get One-Try

were given away Saturday
afternoon during the Armed Hike ChanceA
Forces Day celebration held

here. ago r program clearing the way
Top prizes went to Gary Rich- for advancement pf many
ards, AD3, of NAS Aircraft warrant officers of the Navy
Maintenance Department, who into commissions in grades up
won the first prize Chevrolet Im- to lieutenant has been ap-

pala convertible; J. O. Rouse, proved for this year only, re-
HM1, of Disease Vector Control ports Navy Times.All .
Center, who won the second prize warrant and commissioned
Triumph roadster; and, Ruth warrant officers with less than 20
Munden, Industrial Nurse attached { years service July 1 and who
to the Civilian Dispensary, j9 can finish 30 years service before
who_claimed the third prize boat, they are 55 will automatically be
motor and trailer unit. considered for commissions ,by a

RICHARDS, WHO purchasedone i selection board.

book of tickets for $2.50, was THE PROGRAM is for regular, r

getting ready to go on a flight and inactive duty reserve war- .

Saturday afternoon when one of ...__'. Y ..., ........,Y._.n ....}....F ,.' : h.. .'}.Ne1s a 'r M'AiFMWnV Xr c wf4lr{[fi,e I rant'and commissioned warrant
his buddies informed him of his NAVY RELIEF PRIZE WINNERS The winners of the first three prizes in the Nary Jle- officers. '
good fortune "I thought he was lief fund drive giveaway were on hand Monday to officially accept their prizes from Capi. JamesR. I I The grade in which the individuals -
kidding," said Richards. "I found Reedy commanding officer of NAS. Capi. Reedy offers congratulations as he hands the keysof I are commissioned will de-
convertible its Richards AD3 of NAS Aircraft Maintenance.The time in warrant
the Chevrolet to new owner Gary pend on their the
I ab-
out it was true and was other two happy witnesses were recipients of the other, top prizes. Ruth Munden Industrial A maximum of four
solutely stunned. I have never Nurse, claimed the boat-motor-trailer combination and J. O. Rouse, HMI, of Disease Vector Con- I grades. years

won anything before." Richards trol Center, had the winning ticket for the Triumph Roadster. .constructive__t__ ..._ ._ t service_toward comJ111B3.1UU war--
Will UC gldlllCU .11/1
already owns a 1957 Hudson. I

Rouse likewise did not believehe UNIFORM BOARD Station To Observe rant THE service.CONSTRUCTIVE service

had won, when advised that Full Holiday Monday factor limit means that the high-
his name was announced as the Monday is Memorial Day
CHANGES LISTEDAre est grade in which a warrant will
winner of the Triumph. "I rushed and will be observed as a full be commissioned is lieutenant.

,post haste to the drawing area to you a motorcylist? If so you can now wear a crash holiday by the Naval Air Sta- Time in grade for promotion from

check and I just couldn't believeit. !helmet while riding a motorcycle in uniform, reports Navy tion.All ensign to jaygee is 18 months.
he said. "It is the .. .
It was true, Times. - unit PIOs are urged to This means that less than 18
first time I have ever won any- chief petty officers and all wo- and in the
have photos
This is one of a series of uni- copy months warrant service will mean '
thing in a Navy Relief drive, butI form changes approved by the men.A. Jax Air News office by Friday an ensign commission, 18 to 48
always support the drive. la Secretary of the Navy based on pleated, soft front, plain or afternoon. months, jaygee commission and
my. 18 years in the Navy, I have recommendations of the Perma- pique white dress shirt with more than 48 months will net
personally seen many worthwhile turndown collar for optional wear
nent Naval Uniform Board. Small Stores ClosedThe lieutenant stripes.
benefits of the Navy Relief," he with the dinner dress uniform in
NAVAL PERSONNEL are authorized Mainside Clothing and When the board will meet and <
continued. Rouse already has a place of the stiff front white dress
to wear the crash helmetas Small Stores Issue Room in how many will be picked has!
1960 Ford. shirt prescribed.
part of their uniform while Building 953 and NATTCenterIssue not yet been fixed. Those eligible]
"ABSOLUTELY SHOCKED. two GOLD, LACE grade sleeve consideration will not havuf!
operating or riding any Room, Building 513, are
was the way Mrs. Munden described stripes and gold embroidered line
wheel motor vehicle. closed through Monday. to make application, however.
her reaction. "I'm real The announcement said the and staff corps sleeve devices on ,. .....
happy, because the boat was the helmet must be plain white and ,women officers' white uniform ,jk#<*", *sw?;'*' ?", t &','<'*'? *?
one thing I really wanted to win," must have ornamentation or coats instead of the white braid !: ?*<, ? L /' Mf : '

she added. She has never owneda insignia. no grade stripes and yellow em- f}'?:'.. i JTw r &/* ... A I 11

boat. THE NEW postal clerk rating 'broidered line and staff corps

Other prizes and those claiming will wear a specialty mark con- devices. ,4. r
them included: sisting of a postal cancellation The new uniform changes also [ .yt.ii,4fi/% .j.Y.

Rogers sterling silver tea set, stamp as another uniform change. authorized white evening and
Brunus Langley, P. O. Box 523, Other changes authorized were: dinner dress jackets for midshipmen ,: ;,:,: ,' ,y(.

St. Augustine; men's golf clubs, A white plastic-coated cover at the Naval Academy.In .
Otis Wilson, Rt. 1, Box 45, Aber- for the officer-type hat as optional an additional change mid- ( *

(Please turn to Page 6, CoL 1)) wear by male officers and (Please turn to Page 6, CoL 5) ;

as; <',.. !:::4;t;', ; ri
I Inspection Necessary Before Getting Decalare !i i,,

Persons operating privately- valid insurance ((10/20/5), available to military and civiliansat
owned motor vehicles aboard the current state registration, valid no charge at the Navy Ex-
Naval Air Station are remindedthat driver's license identification change service station. f yf, VkSUCCESSTELLING
May date decals will expire
card or badge. Inspection can also be done bya ,,
Tuesday.To In addition to presentation of reputable garage or service SMILE U (Jg) Thad Kopec (left)
avoid detention at the gate this evidence, motorists are now station, if the vehicle operator hasa photo-navigator with VAP-62. displays wide smile when told
Wednesday morning, persons witha required to obtain a vehicle safety by Lcdr. Robert Roemer, the squadron's Operations Officer
their safety inspection form filled out that he had obtained a total of 103 hours during April which
May sticker renew inspection before issuance of a hours for the
These avail- brought the squadron tally to safely-flown
registration at an early date. new sticker. by the inspector. are month. One VAP-62 plane commander amassed 101 hours while
Documents needed for renewal This safety check service is able at the Station Police Office. six others totaled 311 hours In April.

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Robots May Build

S Space Platforms; {. Y

NAS, Jacksonville Unsafe
Ctpt. James R. Reedy ............................................,.................. Commanding Officer For Man
Cemdr. Robert Nelson l ................................ .....................................Executlvt Officer
NAB Six; Fleet Air JacktonvilU ....Washington (AFPS) Ro-

Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig ..................................,..................................... CommanderCapt. bot "puppets" may have the
Grayiton H. Weber ...................................................... Chief of Staff, Fairfax task of building the first space
Capt. Nelson M. Heed Chief of Staff, NAB Six platforms -jumping-off sites
Fleet Air

Cap Robert M. Milner ..................:.........Wing..............................................., Commander for space journeys-because it'stoo
Cept. Charles L lambIng ............................................................ Chief Staff Officer dangerous for man.
Naval Air Technical Training Center That's the prediction of Dr. ,.:.'.:...''::' !
Capt. Robert J. Fleming Commanding Officer Fred L. Whipple, director of the :
'. Gerald R. Pearson ............................................................ Executive Officer ;
Naval Hospital Smithsonian Institution's Astro

Capt. William L Engelman T Commanding Officer physical Observatory at Cam-

Capt. John G. Feder ...................................................::................... Executive Officer bridge, Mass, In a report to the
Capt. F. H. Holt ......................................................................... Commanding Officer Navy. \' i:: .t. ... .. ..'..
Comdr.: H. Hudgln .................................................:. Executive Officer The robots will be instruments ..'
"having television eyes and re- ..... .'
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at no mote-controlled hands." x. ,
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expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-95 Rev. July 1958. 'w
Distributed free of charge to military end civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, The puppet's fingers will have NURSE RETIRING One of the few Navy nurses to
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet Air Wing II, Naval Air some feedback on pressure, so tire here is Lcdr. Helen Liebing. receiving congratulations
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hotpltal. the operator can feel what he is Capt. William L. Engleman. commanding officer of the
Service Information Officer .................... Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnli Jr. Hospital. Lcdr. Liebing' long career has taken her to hOlp
Assistant Service Information Officer .................... Andrew H. Planey touching. at Philadelphia. Pants Island, Portsmouth, Va., Corpus
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporteri-Mae Spencer, JO1; Gene Hagan, J03, Space suits are not "safe or efficient Great Lakes, Bethesda and Jacksonville, in addition to
Sandy Martinson, JOSA; Sam Bowman, SA. Photographer-Roicoe Carter, PH3. ,'* Whipple said in the report pensaries at Subic Bay P. I., and Newport. R. I.
The Jax Air News la a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material A meteor or the normal ,
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit la given. Photographs,
unless otherwise credited, ere official U., S. Navy Photographs. wear-and-tear of use may rip the Test Failers To Lear] ]

Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone extensions fabric.
8164, 656, 272 or 216. "If the suits are made extremely -
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awkward heavy "they added will Whipple.become very Why They Didn't ,Pai

Man is needed in space, he con-
A question that has puzzled Navy men and wome
tinued, "because he can exercise
will be answered. According to 1
judgment and also because he many a year now
cannot be jammed by radio Times, enlisted people, in the future, will be told what ,,

countermeasures." questions they failed on in fleet-wide examinations. 'i
The Navy figures if people
in use will be used.
know why they failed they can

Civilian Trio bone up on the weak points and Called profiled cards.
do better on the next examina- would be sent to the enlis

tion. son who flunked the test
Gets 30-Year
THE PROGRAM is definitelyin his commanding officer,
the calendar for next year, card lists the person's na:

Service Pins said a spokesman to Navy Times.It and serial number. It Vol

: is anticipated it will start after several vertical columns

In recognition of long and the February fleet-wide examina- which would cover a',.
faithful service to the Federal '
tions. subject area of the ex
government, the Navy's anchor- r
There has been on estimateof '
type lapel emblem was pinnedon at what the program would cost. grades the examination comp t
three civilian employees Presumably, however, the Times
holes in the "pro
punch :
LONG-TIME EMPLOYEES Over 60 NAS Jax recently for completionof said '
yean combined it would be relatively cheap show whether the
Federal service is represented by this pair of NAS Jax civilian service in excess of 30 years. since the Examining Center at
employees as they receive longevity awards from Comdr. Rob- very good, good, fair,
I ert M. Nelson, NAS Jax executive officer. Comdr. Nelson, (left) Comdr. Robert M. Nelson, NAS Great Lakes has the bulk of very bad, in each subjectthe
pins award on Theodore Borton of Security while Wilbur Jar- Jax executive officer, made the equipment it will need. examination. '+
mon of O&R looks on. Not pictured, but also presented with presentation in the captain's office The center would compile the ",s

30-year pin, was Richard Aylward of Supply Department.Center' last week. Receiving awards "flunk-out" data as part of its The Navy started its pI'"

were Richard Ayiwara of Supply, regular process of scoring promo- telling enlisted personnel th

5 Special Services Theodore Borton of Security, and tion exams. sons they flunked fleet-wide

Wilbur Jarmon, of O&R Depart- An IBM card the same size as motions on a pilot basis afte

ment. the new "punch type" cards now August test last year.

Vital For Moral BoostingProbably An NAS Jax employee --since "

1940, Aylward was employed 10% rr:?!;ttnf.m :"l

the least heard about but most essential de- years at NAS Pensacola prior to

partment for the morale of personnel of NATTCenter is coming to Jacksonville. '...::

Special Services. Primary goal of the department is to Borton, a policeman with Se- '
provide enjoyment for students and personnel of
curity served 20 in
the Center during off-duty hours. -
r )4" it'4:
show- Navy prior to his employment, as
Issuing sports equipment,
door and outdoor sports, but also I a civilian aboard the Station in L 3iG\j;
ing movies, staging variety
and conducting sightseeing tours for fishing, camping, golfing and 1950.
even water skiing. In the officeis Followed by a brief employ-
are only a few of the many ways
that Comdr. T. E. Greenwood and the nerve center for all tour- ment at NAS Corpus Christ!, 1 4g

his men accomplish that goal. naments and intramural sports Tex., Jarmon came here in 1942.

ROSENTHAL Gymnasium,under going, on at NATTCenter. He also served six years as a

supervision of E. W. Grubbs, King Hall is gym, movie Navyman and 5 3/4 years as a

A.O1, not only provides equipment theatre, and variety show center. civilian employee at NAS Nor-

for the more prominent in- Here also is the library, another folk, Va.Marine. 44 4ii'f
division of Special Services.

Officer TMastersSet THE OUTDOOR pools, EM Wives Plan Meet

Club Lounge and the birthday The Marine Career Wives Clubis
Speech Classes parties each month
are some planning to sponsor a supper
Navy Jax Toastmasters Club other projects. The TV set in Saturday at 2000 at the NAS Jax

5Q has scheduled a series of barracks and other parts of the Skeet Club. <: :;}';?.;;
four lectures on "Speechcraft" Center are provided and main-
All enlisted Marines and their
starting June 2 at 1830 at the tained by Special Services.If .,{},
wives welcome to attend the L'A '
"0" are }fa} : .. tir:
Club. 'LYxvI
this is not enough, the. base- event. Tickets, at one dollar a
This will be a training pro- ball fields, Hobby Shop and the couple, can be purchased from
gram speaking in
public cinder track are available to all any club member.
which Toastmasters members
personnel of the Center. Dancing will follow the supper. 4
will Present various facets of ;

fundamentals, planning The Special Services depart- __ _
___ .. ,
ment deserves special recognitionfor A Cape Cod native had a well mmm. V ''- :
speeches, delivery, gesturesand PROSPECTIVE SUPPLY OFFICER .- Capt. J. J. Davies
the tremendous effort it dug on his property. Shortly after,
voice control.All puts ( ) checks over some papers with Capt. Kenneth R.
officers stationed at NAS forth to improve morale and well his young daughter fell In. Was Wheeler NAS Jax Supply Officer_ while here on a visit. Capt.
Jax are being of Navy and Marine Corps the native perturbed? Wheeler will leave NAS Jax June 3 for duty as Director of
welcome to attend the
Officer Personnel BuSanda.
Services old Codder like at Capt. Davis will take over as
personnel. Special has Not an Cape
lectures. More information can Supply Officer here on July 5. In the interim. Capt. Bernard
be obtained from Lcdr. K. R. proved to be essential in every him. He simply drove to the McCreary will serve as Supply Officer. Capt. Davis at present -
Chapman at extension 8139 or command for the improved battle nearest bookstore and ordered a I. the Aviation Supply .Officer. Aviation Supply Office.
735. efficiency and a better general copy of "How to Bring Up Young has Philadelphia Penn. This will be the second time Capt. Davis
disposition of the men.Ir'.r. Girls." relieved Capt. Wheeler. In 1949 Capt. (then Comdr.) Davis
relieved Capt. (then Lcdr.) Wheeler in BuSanda.IF .


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26 May 1960

I 20,000 On Hand. For. Armed Forces Day Open Houset r /NTC' 'l

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} Aviation Ordnanceman's SchoolR.

; I C. Davidson again led Class
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"' :: :.> 6005 to victory for honors. Class
'. ." ::. N 6007 ended second.
; ." "Sharpest Sailor" honors went
last week to P. S. Jones of Class
1 6005, and R. S. Lynch, Class 6007,
who tied for the honor among
r' ".. men of the First Platoon. Second
..... ...ii:
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.".Iit.h", .. platoon "Sharpest Sailor" is R.
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: > R. Fowler of Class 6015.
y @ +
..+,.i.' ..'. ,_.. Y. .t!It!,}I ::,'. WW:,::.:... Congratulations to W. C.
.v-,-""" ... -
Thomas, named "Sharpest Sailor"
I among support personnel and
f :E who was promoted the same
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week to GF3.
., ,_ ,0" '.. .
:. Class 6022 boasts of having two
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JJi '-." '.' ,. .. ::r. ,"r''i"rf'.. ,,:,. : foreign students in school. Ensign -
s .1Oir""'"+ M' .'.. E. E. Fazzio of the Urugu-
: t 1'. r* t ....I.: .. t f
: .. ';r' and D. S.
M' .t. i i i ii ayan Navy, M/Sgt.
..:.." '<4':} _- ..' pAN *!. Avila of the Brazilian Air Force
'. ... '.' are attending the AvOrdnancecourse.
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AO School sends a "Get Well
Quick" to Comdr. L. R. Miller,
:,,1 AO Training Officer, who is in
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$ hospital.
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,"" .' \iII! .; Aviation Electrician's Mil

I"the: School Class 5950 graduates
A ; ,: tomorrow while Class 6022 enters

: :, AirFam Monday to begin the
fSi : 22-week grind.

4 ... R. A. Mowery led Class 6002to
yxa. top of the list for Honor Class
this week with 898 points.
Three Phase I instructors, H.
.:..' B. Dawson, AEC, R. J. Bean,
{ AE1, and G. Kanter, AE1, were
awarded Senior LIfe Saving
Cards., <

Class 6020, which leaves Air-

f, Fam tomorrow, received specIal
instruction in parachutes last
week, holding class on the parade
grounds to watch the practice
Y= jumps.

P. H. Franzen, EM3, came up
e R .t 6, F with a 91
I average scholastically
"'., at completion of the 13th week,

tr : ., .: ,II making him high man for the
r .. : : .: : j.; ; i/* / phase.

f :.. .I Ensign R. H. Gossio of the
.. '
(. ." ( \ Uruguayan Navy is attending
'; ;i .! i' AE "B" School. Another newcomer -

to the school is B. L.
'?... '' Reese, AECA, former instructor
I t. at AE "A," now a member of
r.:1t Class 6021 at "B" school.Calling .



Old Timers!

; 1 How many employees are
still here and how many per-
sons stationed here when the
J Naval Air Station was commis-
Cfj sioned 20 years ago are currently -
assigned here?
That's what the Jax Air
News would like to find out.
,The Air News has been askedto
put out a call for all "old

,.,_, _.. timers" who were present at
""' "" Yi "" n.m"n ---
AFTERNOON OF ACTION Something doing every minute and plenty to look aft That was the reaction of the crowd of or about the time of the Station's -
20,000 who witnessed an afternoon crammed full of action during the Armed Forces Day Open House at NAS last Saturday. PhotoNo. commissioning on Oct.
1 shows Pfc. Keith Jorgenson Skydiver from the 77th Airborne Special Forces Group, Fort Bragg N.C. :who seems to be head 15, 1940.
ing into the packed stands. However, Jorgenson, who experienced a malfunction of the main chute and was forced to use his re- Feature stories, with photo-
serve chute, Just missed the stands and escaped unhurt. The Skydivers thrilled the large crowd with their maneuvers as did the graphs, are planned for anni-
other jumpers from the 77th. One of the more popular static displays was the foreign weapons exhibition as shown in Photo No. versary purposes and also for
2. Another display that attracted wide attention were the live snakes handled by combat experts of the 77th Airborne Group as the 20th Anniversary Historical
shown in Photo No. 3. How to disarm the bayonet-bearing enemy is depicted by another 77th Airborne member in the hand-to- and Pictorial Review to be
hand combat demonstration in Photo No. 4. Cutaway engines in operation are shown in Photo No. 5. The science of repelling, ma- published in the fall.
neuvering over and above mountains and cliffs, is demonstrated in Photo No. 6 by the 77th crew who used the side of the hangarin All "old timers", are askedto
bringing a casually safety. The number one attraction as far as the kiddies were concerned, and for many grownups, too, was get in touch with the Serv
the Commissary display at which free cookies were given away. Photo No. 7. The huge cake, an ocean with ships afloat, was ice Information Office, NAS
baked for the occasion by the Commissary Division. Jax, extension 272.


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JAX AIR NEWS 26 May 1960 :

itra-Station Communications

With/ TheToasfmasters
/ ,

4ard Mail, Post Office

Crews Do Varied JobsProcessing Five speakers were on the

agenda at last Thursday's meeting

a thousand letters and mimeographing 30,000sheets of MarNav 2280 ToastmastersClub

of paper a day is no simple matter, but a dozen NAS at Charlie's Restaurant.Bob .

.Tax "whitehats" seem to have the task well in hand. Quails gave his Icebreaker, '

Although few persons know of "Meet Bob Quails" while Bob
lows l .
the job these "behind the scenes" say.BESIDES Williams made his No. 3 speech

guys do, it's certainly a vital serving officers and "Take a Florida Vacation."
function of the Station's daily enlisted men's quarters with mail

operation. They are the men who pick-up and delivery, the "mail Ben Halter gave his No. 2

perform the tasks assigned to men in whites" also serve theO .:.. speech and Whitey Morris gave a
C Admin Department, ComNab .- No. 6 talk on "A Square Peg Fora
the NAS Jax Yard Mail Office ;
and Post Office Directory Serv- Six and local squadrons three Round Hole." Frank Schatlzle,

ice-the complex intra-station times a day. There are 69 boxes j with a No. 6 speech, was also on

communications system. served by the military division of the program.

LOCATED in Rooms 228 and the post office. .. a *

229 of Building One, the five Aside from copies of the Plan-. : Navy Civilian Toastmasterswho
of-the-Day, the men handle from INTRASTATION COMMUNICATION Men attached to were in attendance are still
sailors attached to Yard Mail the NAS Jax Yard Mail and Post Office have a big Job-that
have a thousand to 1200 letters a day, of delivering both intra talking about Tuesday's meetingat
a variety of tasks to per- and off-station mall, providing a directory -
form. Besides their two daily deliveries j including delivery and directory service and even mimeographing and duplicating. the Van Norman patio. C
service.Of Above, Yard Mail local
personnel sort correspondence, prepare
of mail, mimeographingand Member Van Norman
all the sailors aboard the I mimeo machine for job reproduction and ready Plans-of-lhe-
duplicating plays an impor- Day. Clockwise are Kenneth Steinke AN Kenneth Mollen. himself as host in a delightful
tant role in Station, these 12 men are perhapsthe hauer SA R. D. Martin
their job. Andy Bergeron. AN and evening of fun and refreshments
busiest, for theirs is a big Charlie Scrabeck AN. Below Post Office
Every working day some 1200 crew sort mail for mixed with a goodly amount of
copies of the j job, of vital importance to the distribution. From left are William Jennings, AN, Lennis!
Plan-of-the-Day are Station's daily operation-that of Yeatts, TE (YN) 1, Arnold Tillman, AA Gerald Wilfong AA Toastmastering.All .
mimeographed and stapled (when i intra-station and Jerry Smith, AA. Not pictured are William Haddoway, SA members waxed
communication!II ,eloquentlywith
necessary), Orders for all NAS and Edward Hill, AA.
Bill Cooksey, T. A. Wilkinson
Jax-based enlisted men and offi- .. .. .. ....'. .. : .... -
.... .. ... ... : : : : Dick Barker and Steve Walsh
cers are duplicated there too-an r' -"" FAETU Hospital
delivering the basic training
i average of 10 sets a day, accord- !
speeches. All other
ing to R. D. Martin, AME3, petty I Lead Golf Action unrehearsed. speeches were

officerincharge.Other _4_
"printing" jobs includeall f.., ; : : ...::: j.... Cooksey warned of the trend in 6
NAS Jax instructions and notices p r In IM CircuitsFAETU socialized medicine in his "Why

in addition to IRD and Pub- holds a comfortablelead ,We Should Fight the Forehand

lic Works contracts. Some 20 jobsa in the Masters League while Bill"; Wilkinson delivered some

day are run off on a Verifax Hospital and the Marine Barracks lame excuses on why everyone
machine. should buy a foreign car in his"Let's
are waging a stiff fight for first.
BESIDES THE Verifax, three I place in the Open League as Stomp Out AmericanCars"

mimeo machines, a ditto machine, Mainside intramural golf play ; Barker championed states (

and a "bambino" copying machine H > enters the final weeks. rights and individual rights in his

enables the fellows to maintain ... Top three teams in both lea- "Battle of the South"; while
their Walsh found fault with the rail-
"print shop" department.Yard .
gues will engage in a playoff for
Mail is collected from I the Mainside championship. roads in their lack of foresight,

every unit aboard the Station. Behind FAETU in the Masters planning and ingenuity in his

4 Two "runs" or deliveries are circuit are VA-44 and VW-4 "A" "Our Failing Railroads."

made each day-at 0930 and 1330., with VW-4 "B" holding a chance

While they make 16 stops in the for third place.In MarineSailor

morning, the 1330 run is the biggest the Open League, 0 & R,,

with 36 stops. The runs, NARTU and Aircraft Maintenance -: AE HonormenHonormen
made in a panel truck, cover 11 \
** are eying a third place at Aviation Elec
miles. finish.
trician's Mate School last week

Administration Wendell Patrick Department, of NAS Jax,I r>IV'' ESf Local USO Club Masters STANDINGS Uagu were L/Cpl. Allan Cramberg,

oversees operation of the Yard I\ I..f. S FAETU ........................ 33 12 .733 I of Tulsa, Okla., and George
...." Open Throughout VA-44 .......................... 20 16 .556 Drake, AA, of Petersburg,
Mail department.The VW-4 "A" .................... 19 17 .528 Mich.
Post Office directory serv- VW-4 "B" .................... 23 22 .511 I
ice is maintained In,Building 920 Sunday, May 29 Long WeekendThe FAW-11 ...................... 20% 20% .500 The Class "A" School gradu-
ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL ComFair Jax ................ 22 23 .489' ation was held May 20 at
by seven bluejackets and is head- 0830-Service of Jacksonville USO will be VP-18 ........................_ 19 26 .422: NATTCenter.
ed by Comdr. Jack S. Hall, Post Worship.0930Sunday 679th ACWRON ........ 14% 30% .322: L/Cpl.
throughout the Memorial Cramberg, top man
Office Officer. Leading petty officer School, three- open long Optn .lgu e

is Lennis Yeatts, TE (YN)1. year-olds through adults, Building Day weekend, highlighted I Hospital .......>?.......__ 31 13 .705 in the AE I (Instrument)
722 Adult Bible Class Chap- Marine Barracks __ 30 1 15 .667 Course, has not yet received
INCORRECTLY addressed mail ; by a Welcome Party for membersof O&R .................._........29 16 .644 orders, and Drake in
and correspondence to men being lain Wolfe, in Small Chapel. the Shangri-La Friday nightat NARTU ...................._ 28%' 16% .633 top man
transferred forwarded I 0930-Service. of Worship. 2000. Air. Malnt. "A" .........._ 27 18 .600 the AE M (Electrician)
to Jax is 1100-Service of Air. Malnf. "B". ........ 18% 26% .411 Course, will be transferred to
to men whose names and addresses Worship. Members of the Jacksonville Admin. ...................._ 13 32 .289 the USS Wasp for duty.
are on their directory list. 1830-Teen-Age, Senior High Federation of Musicians will play MARTD _. 2% 42% .057 .

Overseas mail flown to Jax is unloaded Fellowships and United Fellowship for dancing at the event, sche- -.--- : -- -
of Protestants 722 A\ '
by these men and for- duled for the USO Club, 330 W.
and Small Chapel.
warded to town for processing. Forsyth St.
This, mail often arrives from ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL Open house will be held Satur-

Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Roose- 0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass. day, Sunday and Monday at the I
velt Roads, PR, and deployed a ae Club.

Jax-based ships. Servicemen are also welcometo
Also part of the directory serv- NaTal Hospital visit the new USO at 610 Ocean
ice is receiving long distance and
0615Confessions.0630Mass. Front, Jacksonville Beach, open '
emergency telephone calls to Saturday and Monday from 1000 '

NAS personnel, for providing information '0930-1015-Java Club. to 2300 and Sunday from 1300 to :
as to whereabouts of 2200.
1030-Protestant Worship. Serv-
the recipient of the call. A sailoris
ice. The USO Club, at 63 St. GeorgeSt.
on duty at all times 24 hoursa .
a a .
St. Augustine, will also be :
.day, seven days a week-to provide Christian Science open throughout the weekend. :4/j

the information. The Station's Tuesday, 1900 Small Chapel. ,
Duty Office and Western Daffynishuns: Communication
Union branch take advantage of
Act Is -Passage of information between
the For Military Only
directory service in this way management and the "troops"when
In to inquiries -
frequently answer numerous
_ it flows up; when it flows
Although several civilian at IRD and the Jax Air
postal down, see definition for Bottle
clerks handle dispatching of mail News, the Contingency Option neck.

from the Station, the sailors have Act (as explained on page 8 of

their share of being "postman." last week's issue) applies to career a *
Gramps w a s getting married -
They deliver MILITARY personnel only. ..t; 5HAHP "*OXES" Extra
study and
mail once a day six again. Asked why he was marrying lilies of "midnight oil" paid dividends for three huge quan
days a week to 362 families residing a cute chorus girl instead ofa Patrol Squadron 5 who made chief this month. Left members to of
in NAS Jax housing units. Woman in traffic court: "I was W. D. Blackmon. ADCA, D. E. right are
woman more his age, he said: Bentley YNCA-P1. and R. E.
Their mail (panel) truck travels I driving down Congress Ave. with "Well, son, ain't it a heap nicer Hitchcock rituals ADCA. The new chiefs were initiated into the mystic
of the
12 miles on its daily run, the fel my husband at the wheel smellin' perfume than linament?" the crew. mess after good.natured ribbing by rest of


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126 May 1960
JAX AIR NEWS PageWhich _

Y .. '>...' ..,

-Ball Club

'rir"/.I: : ,
Set To Fall?

powers A pair, the of Cane unbeaten Hunters of softball VW4 -] I; : 4r__ 1 Hurricanes Devil Pups

and Administration's Raiders,, ,

meet in a "winner-take-all" game

Tuesday at 1700 at EnterpriseField .. -... .> .t Little LeadersThe
in the highlight match of League

the week in the Mainside League., ,:

VW-4, with nine games underits \ VW-4 Hurricanes lost their first game of the yearas

belt, and Administration United Electric's Bill Hudgins held the Canes to six
which: has won eight, have had a (.... "'...":''"";' I'I scattered hits in posting a 4-2 victory last week in the Jax

clear lead on the field through : ,{ Navy Ortega: Little League. '
VA-44 lost a 5-4 game in ten
of the .
much season.Administration hard. The Pups downed the NAR-
innings to previously winless
blanked third- '" TU Warriors, 7-2, on a fine hurl-
I Suddath Movers VW-4 then
place FAETU, 5-0, to cement its ..,:';::1': ,.> ,." <."':,:::'< '.1 blanked NATTU on; Larry Zinn's ing stint by Jerry Smith, and
hold although VW-4 was also Jack's Gas tripped Food Fair,
maintain their
two-hitter, 8-0, to
rolling along with an 8-0 win :{ : first place margin.IN 17-11.

over Operations.The IN THE free-swinging affair,
OTHER Ortega League action -
Admen had a close call Gene Rier knocked homers over
Ronny Sargent pitched
against Infirmary before pulling the fence. In a later game, Jack's
NATTU to a'5-4 win over United
out their seventh of the year, 6-4., crew defeated Hercules Homers,
Electric; VA-44, behind Scott
That same day, VA-35 toppled Ayers, downed Foremost, 2-1, and 7-1.

0&R, 12-1, and Hospital edged Suddath defeated Foremost, 6-5. Other results saw the Little

VP-18, 5-4. In the Twin Hill League, the Chiefs beat Food Fair, 11-6, and

In other action, the Marines .n ..................................................................... .............ww..m m ", Marine Devil Pups kept their lead Hercules defeat NARTU, 5-3, '
shaded VA-44, 6-5; the 679th AF although Jack's Gas pushed them sparked by Bob Click's home run.
CAMERA'S EYE VIEW This photographer's closeup ofa
unit i walloped Supply 20-2
; play at third base finds Forreit Licked of Administration The 'Jax Navy Ortega Ladies
FAETUI came back to trim VAP62 sliding into the bag which is
apparently closely guarded by Fliers Defeat
14-8; VW-4 stayed unbeatenby FAETU's Fred McCool during action in last week's Admen Auxiliary has planned a meetingnext

downing Infirmary, 7-1; the FAETU softball game at Enterprise Field. Lickert was called Wednesday at 1930 in Building -
safe on the play. Administration the 5-0, remain TV Nine For
decisioned won game to
679th VA-35, 7-5; and undefeated. 403. Plans for Little League

MARTD squeezed past Opera- night at the Jacksonville Base-

tions, 13-12. BOWLING ROLL OFF' Second WinAfter ball Park June 4 will be discussedat

five straight defeats, the that time.WATER.

Jax Navy Fliers captured their
Jax Takes
Navy SET AT MAINSIDEClosing second consecutive win, downing

Williams TV, 9-6, Sunday at Ma- SLALOM
6ND Rifle Test
matches in Mainside intramural bowling leaguesare son Field. MEET SLATEDThe

Jax Navy captured first placein scheduled this week with the top three teams in all but' Pat Sweeney, with three hits, Slalom
the Sixth Naval District led the Fliers plate attack againstthe NATTCenter
Rifle one of ,the three_ circuits. ed up. Water Ski Tourney, fourth of
Tourney last week at the Camp The three front-runners in the City League foe. Another big
its kind is slated for June 25
tachment are the three top clubsin ,
Blanding rifle range with An- Continental, American and Na- sticker for the winners wa I
at Doctor's Lake south of
the National League whil: ,
thony GuiIar leading his mates to tional Leagues will battle in a pinchhitter John Goldberg whc I
Continental League entries in the! Orange Park.
the win while picking individual nine-way roll-off for the cham- tripled and scored on a wile
up -
All and
military personnel
roll-off will be Hospital, VA-*
first place himself. pionship following completion of pitch.
dependents are eligible to com-
Raiders and VAP-62 Pin Dusters.
The District Pistol Tourney was matches still to be rolled in the Charles Miles picked up the pete for prizes. Trophies will
The American League picture is win in a route-going performance -
scheduled Wednesday. No results regular campaign. be given for first three finishers -
VP-18 VACougars and still cloudy, however, although his first victory againsttwo
were available at time. in all classes.
press The "
ComFair "A" and the VA-44
Jax setbacks.Jax .
pistol shoot was being held at the Marine Air Reserve Training De- Classes will be for men 17
Hornets have a playoff berth
is scheduled to face
NAS Jax of and over, for boys
range. years age
clinched. Operations, with its sea- and Sons another City
Hardage ,
Like'Hen's under 17 for 17 and
Behind Guilar in the order of Lifeguards women
son completed, is awaiting after-
League opponent, Sunday
over and for girls under 17.
finish came Jax Navy's Don come of two matches that fourth- noon at Mason Field.

Peters and Dale Schaller. Second Teeth' As place Special Services has left to

place in team competition went w.,Y'yYr5: .4.i:. .;>'' .
bowl.If .. ::?f'&s.S. : ..,:{ ,
: ; : :}: 5 o
;;;4x.;{ ;:Y.r,};. ;; }{};:
to Green COVQ Springs with Key Swim Pools OpenA Special Services loses at least +'}}}:+.$}fit Y:}::; }+a!: a .. r 'asv: }}

third. four points in the two matches,
cooling dip in a swimming, t
Comprising the 6ND rifle team i Operations goes into the roll-off;
entered to pool, known for generations to makes the title {
shoot in the Fleet Special Services
be excellent hot weather anti-i
Tourney' Dam Neck, Va. next round, otherwise.IN pv
dote, can be a reality for swim-
week are Schaller and Peters -of
aboard the Naval Air Sta- ACTION last week, league-
Jax Navy; Ed Gallant of Charleston mers leading ''VP-18 scored a 3-1

Naval Base; D. L. Beatty and tion when Mainside's CPO two pools Club triumph over VW-4 "B" in the ;.;; %% ',':.? : ;:,y.i }.,wr; ysc r,,,
and the tank at the
Bob Little, Key West Frank Hospital,
; lone NL competition.
3 ?* ,
business Saturday.The : :Yi: ar': ,
open for : ;fnfY.r: : : :;:{
Swett and J. K. Benson, Green pace setter in the CL, won a for- 1e ,
Cove Springs, and H. E. O'Neal, pools were open last week- feit from VW-4 "C." :. /
Jax end but have been closed since I
Navy. then. The full-time hours are In the American League, the

Guilar, the District champion in scheduled to begin this weekendif Holy Rollers and ComFair Sax

individual competition, is a Ma- enough experienced lifeguardsare "A" split, 2-2, while Operationswon
rine and therefore ineligible for a forfeit from VW-4 "A" and
obtained.An .
Fleet-level shooting. FAETU and VW-4 "D" were also g' .' f !: :
appeal is currently out for
battling to a tie.
with experience to sign
EM Wives Lead up anyone as a lifeguard. With the short- Special Services kept its hopes
alive with a 4-0 blanking of the
of guards, there's a possi-
adies' age VAP-62 Block Busters. In other
Tenpin PlayIt bility pool staffs will be severely
the VU-10 Mal-
league activity,
was all White Owls as bowlrs pressed this summer.
lards shut out the Waves O&R ,
from that team rolled to a Persons interested in serving as %

856 pinfall in winning a special lifeguards at one of the pools trimmed the Administration r/p:yr;+

owl-off> of top teams in EM aboard the Station should contact Raiders, 3-1, and Infirmary upset r.4' $;

ives and Officers Wives BowI- chief Walter Scotlis at extension the VA-44 Hornets, 4-0. ifs<, : :

ng Leagues last week. 512.

The Owls finished third in reg- Pools slated at press time to go Wives Bowling Banquet

lar season play in the EM Wives on f n-time hours this Saturday

ircuit. EM champions, the Yel- include the pools in back of Scheduled At CPO ClubThe

w Belles, .were second in the Mainside gym and,the CPO Club Enlisted Men's Wives

owloff, with 2661 pins. pool. Bowling League has scheduled its

Third went to the Pinkies in a Swimming enclosures at NATT- banquet for tomorrow (Friday)

>veep of the top three places for Center have been in daily opera- at, 1900 at the CPO Club.

Wives rollers, with 2633 tion for several weeks now. The "; -'""i'"a Bg-_-.j--- ****t4m-2
icks. Leading Officers Wives Indoor Pool in Building 614, however Trophies. will be awarded and CHAMP IN ACTION All sports have their champions

wlers was Bowlamatic, in is temporarily closed for new officers presented for the Aviation even in bicycle racing. Top-notch bike racer Roy Scott. AA of
Ordfcanceman School Class A at
urth spot with 2586 pinfall. repairs. coming year. the form that has made him a bicycle racing champion.


JAX AIR NEWS 26 May 1960

W $ Relief Navy's Health

J y (Continu d from Page 1))

E( en, Washington; men's golf Drive Fund

cubs, Myron Betts, AD3, 3405 B, .y }.

FEllyson, Jax; women's golf clubs,
F. M. Nichols, Disbursing Office, 4 Ys Hits $19,000A

NAS, Jax; women's golf clubs, R.
F. Roemer check for $19,181.73 was pre-
VAP-62, NAS; riding
.' mower, Ross Peeler, 3211 College sented this morning to the Na-

St., Jax; Admiral freezer, Dr. tional Health Agencies by Rear.

Charles Boline, 5433 Ortega Blvd, Adm. Kenneth Craig, Commander I

Jax; window air' conditioner, Bill ?' Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District -

:Zippen, 1620 Goodwin, Jax; win- 7 on behalf of Navy units in

dow air conditioner, E. D. Guiff, the Jax area. 4
VA-44, NAS; outboard motor, A. $ Jt1 .M:.:\., ,:Za z4 .t. a...'?:. t .,,}'t,,w
: The contribution representedthe '.,4M
B. Scarboro, 1828 Lakewood Rd., ; ?
: Jax. total donated by Navy military -
and civilian personnel to five
agencies included in the National .
A. Piny, 4823 Quarterland, Jax; s}
Health Agencies drive held in
power shop, W. 11. Brouen, Rt. 7,
March.A .
Box 136, Jax; Kirby home condi-

tioner, Virginia Grubbs, 5620 breakdown of allocation to

Moret Dr. E, Jax; Philco portableTV .---.M the five agencies shows that of

Mrs. Marie Schott, 6553 BoI ALL SMILES Is Mrs. the Navy total, $9,402 is destined
Mildred Varenholt, new pre
Peep Dr.,Jax; Philco portable TV, tident of National Secretaries for American Cancer Society;

{ Howard Fousie, 4712 Timuquana Association .International, Jax $2,863 goes to National Society

j Rd. Jax; Yazoo dragster, C. P.I. Chapter. .Crippled Children and Adults; Ira'''M'" .,._ '.' .,,,,.>:.;..,,.;..: I Lehosit, VA-44, NAS; Skill saw,I $2,665 to Muscular Dystrophy As- AT LOCAL INSPECTION Rear Admiral Thurston B.

I' L. D. Rathtiun, 3672 Boone Park, I NAS Employee sociation; $2,482 to United Cere-' Clark. (second from left) Commander Fleet Air Wings Atlantic.
Jax; Zenith portable stereo phon- bral Palsy and $1,176 to Societyfor is shown inspecting men of Patrol Squadron 18 last week. At

ograph, Lcdr. Worrall, ComFairJax Prevention of Blindness. completion of the personnel inspection, two VP-18 flight crews
\ were commended by Admiral Clark for their participation in the
NAS; boy's bicycle, P. Harrison President Of The the
Navy's gift represents rescue of a lost Iceland trawler and an exceptionally success-
MARTD, Jax; girl's bicycle, largest single contribution among ful operational flight.

Harry Pierce, 208 Forsyth, Jax; Secretary UnitMrs. 21 Federal agencies participatingin
" gift certificate for battery, K. R. the drive. The combined Fed-

Chapman, NATTC, NAS;tool set, Mildred Varenholt, secre- eral units contributed $22,516.58. 1 / 1 1
\ W. D. Cannon, 1610 Elizabeth, tary for Comdr. Henry J. Skipper, e

Jax; steam iron, J. C. Tompkins, NAS Jax Navy Exchange Officer, .. _, ____,_,,,,,__"'...m.m....."_'''_ .. '_
Do You Ever Drive
Marine Barracks, NAS; Rollectric was accorded an unusual honor VAP VAPORAdministration
ends. Four of six candidates who
shaver, W. T. Wingler, 845 Bunker last week. She was elected Presi- After Drinking? inspection was participated in the LDO tests re-

Hill, Jax; electric percolater, dent of the National Secretaries If So You're An at VAP-62 today with suc- cently have been /selected for
.r. Lcdr. J. F, Senderling, NAS Oper Association International, Jack- cess. The squadron is reported to .
ations. Accident Looking For have done an excellent job of promotion.This
sonville Chapter.Mrs. comes to 67 percent, a re-
Also, 75-ft. garden hose, 1 cdr, A Place To Happen preparedness.
Varenholt has been with cord to be envied by any unit.
W. G. Sellers, NARTU, NAS; 50- Welcome aboard to W. R.
The education is thought
the for program
ft. garden hose, E. Pate, Rt. 10, Navy Exchange system Wimberly, AQC; J. C. Weaver,
nine She has been in the Three Teachers NeededThree by many to be one of the hardest
Box 850-X, Jax; fishing reel, years. AMS3; L. Gritts, A02; K. Crane, 'in which to meet requirements.In .
Henry Hughes, 831 King St., Jax; two years. teaching positions for AQ1; Robert Shank, AM3; James other education from
electric kitchen clock The main aims of the organization Fowler AA Darrell Thompson,
; Marvin qualified Catholics are open for ; the "Mad Foxes," another "lit
Weldon, 941 Homecrest Circle,, stated Mrs. Varenholt\ are the coming fall term at Saint SA; Claude Stepp, HM1, and Edward tle fox" has been lost to flight
Jax; $10. gift certificate at Co to bring together secretaries of Sayers, AM3. Richard Strickland
Matthews Elementary School. If training as ,
hen's, 'E. L. Smith, Naval Hospital the area and, through guest' VAP is preparing a 28-page
AD3 left to
recently seek his
speakers to increase their effec )nterested, contact Sister John ,
Jax ,
; two gallons paint, L. J. Welcome Aboard pamphlet whichis wings at Pensacola.
Lesperance 2812 Oak Cove Lane tiveness. Norton, at EV 8-3124.
hoped to be of great benefitto Three members of
Jax; tool' box, E. R. Bolin, 2425 .. .. =_.._,...._......_...__................... ..' ._._._..h_.__._... u .____._ _. all newcomers to the squadron.The came chief petty officers VP-5 May be-

I Barlad Dr., Jax; tool box, Floyd > booklet should be readyfor 16. They are W. D. Blackmon,

Sikes, Rt. 2, Box 100, Folkston, I } issue early next week and all ADCA, D. E. Bentley, YNCA-P1,

i Ga.; two auto mirrors, J. L. Al- current members of VAP are and R. E. Hitchcock, ADCA.

I britton, VW-4, NAS; child's lawn encouraged to stop by the squadron -

chair, Daniel Pavlo, VA-176, PIO office for a copy. Uniform Board

NAS; child's lawn chair, Ruby Personnel of the squadron are
Wallace, 2773 Park St., Jax{ toy being asked to give an opinion as (Continued from Page 1))

moving van truck, W C. Massey! to the official squadron insigniato shipmen are authorized to wear

NATTC, NAS; toy moving van be used. Plans are being madeto the open collar short-sleeve khaki

truck, J. L. Georgeo, NARTU, Tr: : .t.j1.Yr t ti..:; :i>: }},:{r.> ,;: .b:;; change the current insignia.The shirts with khaki trousers.A .

NAS; toy moving van truck, W. aerial mosaics displayedby FINAL change authorizes

L. McClure, NATTC, NAS; and VAP-62 at Armed Forces Day enlisted personnel to wear dis-

set of insulated tumblers, R. E. Open House here Saturday seem- tinguishing marks for which they
are qualified except when they
Lawson, Aircraft Maintenance, ed to please many people.A .
are incorporated in other marks
NAS. winner in the Navy Relief
Y.d.K; which they are also authorized to
;: drawing was Lcdr. Robert Roe-
mer, VAP Operations Officer,
Navy Wives :: who carted home a. set of golf Distinguishing marks, it was
: clubs. pointed out, are to be worn on

the right sleeve of uniform coats

and jumpers, joined in a vertical
CornerNew ; Vp.5
1T I line midway between the shoulder -

.."...,"_; ._>;.:'i'iw".w. .. ..w.......,._ w....___ '"T............w.w.._ The education program carried and elbow. When the Navy
out by VP-5 is paying big divid-
residents of this area who NEW CHIEFS AT HOSPITAL "Hard hats" of a chief I "E" is worn by personnel author-

are dependents of servicemen are petty officer were presented two new chief hospital corpsmenat ized to wear distinguishing marks,
reminded of the Navy Wives Club a recent ceremony' .in the office of Capt. William L. Engle-
FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION it is to be worn an inch below
man Naval Hospital commanding officer. Wives of both men
lospitallty kit available at the help them try their hats out. Left to right are Mrs. F. A. Fink; the other insignia, the changes
club's Nursery on Child St. HMCA, of Food Services Capt. Engleman; W. D. Moranville, noted.
aboard the Station. HMCA of Pharmacy, and Mrs. Moranville.
Branch and Unit 126, Fleet Re-
There is a three dollar depositand serve Association are planning to For Better EnglishThe
'Best Chow' Contest Narrows To 10
a weekly fee of 50 cents. The hold Memorial Day services, May Armed Forces Institute

Nursery' is rated among the finest, -Ten -Navy- messes .have .been. 30, at the graveside of shipmateJ. (USAFI) has made available its

also. named finalists for the 1960 Ney tanamo Bay, Cuba, ComTen; Na E. Cairns at Evergreen Ceme- revised 10th grade English I

Mesdames Pearl Smith, Mario Memorial Award from among val Air Station Miramar, Calif., tery, off Main St. in Jacksonville.The course, E102.

Bennett, Mary Short and Hazel 1100 food service units of the Comll; Naval PostgraduateSchool NATTCenter Drill Team The course is designed to develop -

Goellner attended a meeting of 'world-wide Naval establishment.Most Monterey, Calif., Coml2, has volunteered to act as color skills in building clear,

the Council for Decency in Literature outstanding general mess and Naval Communications Facil- guard and firing squad. Services forceful paragraphs and to aid

and Entertainment held afloat and ashore, one each, will ity, Kami Seya, Japan, ComNav- will start at 1100. students in interpreting literary

last 'fIeek In Jacksonville. come from the following: ForJapan.The Directions to the cemetery can selections. Readings from one-act

The club voted a five dollar Bon Homme Richard, ComNav- Paul Revere and Naval be obtained from P. W.. Hetz at farces and long serious dramasare
AirPac ComCruLant Communications Facility at Kami extension 8598. included.A .
embctsMp into that organization. ; Galveston, ;
Thin is particularly appropriate Independence, ComNavAirLant; Seya won last year's Ney Awards.All Now is the time to make arrangements I

ati Navy wives 'Clubs of Paul Revere, ComPhibPac; St. finalists will undergo an for attending the Mainside intramural swim-

America have adopted the fight Paul, ComCruDesPac; Naval inspection by the awards committee June meeting of Branch 126. Of- ming organization meeting is set

against obscenity as this year's Training Center, Great Lakes, in June to determine the ficers for the year will be electedat for 1000 Friday in the Athletic

Project. ComNine; Naval Station Guan- winners and runners-up. this meeting. Office Bldg. 3.

'. .. -- -"