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Statistics State Station Sailors Stay

Seagoing Size; Spouses Slimmer Still

Hundreds of sailors are disap- ,
NATTCenter clinic has produced dependents h a v e lost 8,070 '
pearing before their shipmates'eyes
in the Jax Navy areal! extremely satisfactory results. pounds.
Proof that local sailors are get- The captain's ,war on the
Key to the mystery. of the ting down to seagoing size is ap- waistline has, among other things

shrinking seamen is Capt. JeromeA. parent by a chart hanging on the saved lives, he claims. Of the
Moore senior medical officerat
k. dispensary wall.It 3,500 persons on the weight con
NATTCenter., For quite some
trol during the past five
would take a big truck to program
time now Capt. Moore has beenon
':' haul off a ton of material, but years, only one person is knownto
a one-man campaign to eliminate -
Capt. Moore has succeeded in have died of a coronary heart
: "landlubber blubber" and doing it-the invisible way. The disease while actively enrolled.In .
bring NAS Jax-based personnel
of fat contrast, statistics prove
chart says 2100 pounds :
down to size.
a seagoing
were lost during April alone that one of every four deaths in
BELIEVING that sailors shouldbe through the program. Some 235 Florida last year was due to
as trim the sleek the
as jets diseases.
local heavyweights joined the coronary
Navy flies, Capt. Moore has con- program during that month, raising BESIDES avoiding the disease
ducted a nutritional educationand Capt. Moore's fight against excess
the number on the roll to
weight control program ftt fat boasts a four-point benefitfor
NAS Jax since last September.The 700. participants: His life expec-

leading soldier in the "bat- SINCE establishment of the tancy is increased, high blood

tle of the bulge" reports the clinic here, 880 servicemen and (Please turn to Page 6, CoL 3))
"BLOWS TOP"-Chart used
in diet clinic at NATTCenter
Dispensary "hits the ceiling"as
result of great success in the
program. Left to right are Al I .
Chapman. HN Capt. Jerome
Moore, and Jack Fult, HM3.

CommissaryStore Jt/ )

Vol. 18 No. 13 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 2 June 1960

Held HereAn Veteran Of

Area Conference for com-
missary stores in the Sixth and
Eighth Naval Districts was held 1t : ; a China War

May 23 and 24 aboard the Naval .

Air,Station. ; .. ,
The meeting was held to .. .. Ends DutyJames
.a .5S k
handle field problems and to help
set up a smooth transition of
broadening administrative and Sitherwood, known .
procedural changes to the Bu- 4 by fellow workers as "Pappy,"
reau of Supplies and Accounts called it a career Tuesday
manual for the operation of com- from the NAS Jax Overhauland
missary stores. Repair Department, clos.

THE MEETING opened by ing a lengthy Federal service

Capt. James R. Reedy, NAS Jax tour of 41 years.Sitherwood .
commanding officer, was secondof was presented withan
three in a series sponsored by oversized greeting card con-
the commanding officer of Naval taining the warm best wishes of

Ship's Stores. The other meetings co-workers during a ceremony

were in New'York and Oakland, Friday
Calif. OFFERING congratulations to
3 the retiree from all his associates -
activities will take
All overseas
.. at O&R were J. N. Briggs,
part in the future field conferences that must be tobroaden RETIRES :AFTER"'40 YEARS SERVICE Tuesday wa4 t Rid t..jUi1)iflot l) 1 gainer. itti.i- electronics technician in Assembly
wood (left holding sign) who retired that day f torn more than 40 yeaH Federal terffc. Fellow Division, and Lcdr. Jo-
reached in order to get important workers at NAS Jax Overhaul and Repair Department pre Shown during ceremony held for Silh- seph McGlothlin, Quality Control
changes made. erwood last Fridiy. The sign actually an over-sized! card, has well-wiihe and signature of a
TOPICS discussed were: staff- host of friends and fellow associates. "Pappy is he's known by folks on the Station; wai presented Officer. '
ing and personnel authorized the card by J. N. Briggs. (front, left) electronics technician of Assembly Division and "Pappy" Sitherwood joined the
; Lcdf.: : Joseph McGlothlin' (right) Quality Control Officer. Army in 1919 and served in the
patrons and identification procedures Navy from 1924 to 1945. He took
; cash handling procedures part in the Yangtze Campaign in
and use of commissary store DATES FOR AUGUST China in the early 1930s.
reserve funds.Participating.
HIS CIVIL service career has
activities included ANNOUNCEDDates taken him to NAS Norfolk, MC-
: NS Charleston; NAS Mem- EXAMINATIONS ARE AS El Toro, Calif., and NAS. Jax.
phis; NAS Glynco; NS Key West;

(Please turn to Page 6. Col. 5) officer examinations for the August were petty an- tion or aviation electronics fire control technician technicianAQ (AT) 1L_

nounced this ,week by the
( ), depending on their quali-
Station Sets Navy. fications.
The big tests start August 2 i s.f.
They can be tested for their
with those seeking promotion to '
LTA MarkNAS senior (E-8) and master (E-9) new rating during the August :Yfr
chief petty officers taking the examinations.
Jax has broken its Lost exams on that date. Mandatory training courses for
Time Accident Industrial Safe- FIRST CLASS petty officer ex- military requirements for pay
ty Record of 132 days. The aminations will be administered grades E-8 and E-9 have been
Station went into its 133rd accident August 4 with tests for advance- waived for the upcoming tests.

free day on Monday, ment to second class being given The courses, however, will be
May 30.The August 9 and for third class on required for later exams. ,

last lost time accident August 11.Examinations. SAILORS WHO completed the
occurred aboard the Station in for advancementto General Training Course for

January of this year. chief petty officer (E-7) are Petty Officers will be consideredas '

According to Charles Able, held in February only. having fulfilled requirementsfor 'l ''.>,

Safety Superintendent, this is Advancement and test proce- the mandatory training "".*,. .-mimmmmmmmmaafimmaemmf: isgmaaKaggmiiasamsm.,,K>>,M....'." --v'A.''&.X<<:Y';;'fe'-
an exceptional record for sucha dures often change frequentlyand course, "Military Requirementsfor BIG CHECK FOR HEALTH Largest single contributionto
large Station with such a the August examinations are Petty Officer 3 and 2." the National Health Agencies made in Florida, and possiblyin
variety of jobs. not without their alterations. the Southeast has been made by the Navy. Rear,Adnu Ken-
All sailors competing for ad- neth Craig (left), ComNabSlx and ComFairJax, on behalf of
Credit{ for this record, said THERE WILL be no tests giv- vancement to grades E-4 and E-5 Navy military and civilian ,personnel. presented 'a, check last
Able, gOes tp these People" ih en for the' aviation guided mis- Wednesday in of 19181.73 to be distributed among
it'sto after August 1960 will be required five agencies involved in the National Health drive, held in
the shops wh kate contiiiiiously sileman rating (GF) because
March. Accepting the check Is Mrs. Julian Warren representing -
to the P03
complete new
stfivin ii for ac'ciderit 'free be disestablished July 1. GFs th. five agencies. Charles Field and Capt. Nelson M. Head
days. will be converted to either avia and P02 training course. co-chairmen of the drive, witness the ceremony.'as .

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Beneficial Suggestion

Checks Given To 34 F
Opt janaaa R. ........... Commanding Officer 'Beneficial Suggestion cash awards totaling $854.50 were

Cued Robart Nelson .....................................................................Extcvtlv Officer presented to 34 NAS Jax civilian employees during the _
NAB Six Reef Air Jacksonville

liar Adm. Kenneth Craig ........................................................................ Command month of April.TALMADGE for his suggestion, "Modificationof
Capt.,Orayiton a Weber ...................................................... Chief of i.aff. FaWax SLADE, of O&R Ladder Access to Tank Walk-
Ctpt. Nelson M. Head _- Chief of Staff, NAB Six Dept. received the largest check, ways." This suggestion offered a
Flaat Air Wing Eleven
Capt. Robert M. Mllntr ... Commander one for $73, for his suggestion safer method of getting off the

aq:.. Charlaa L Lambing Chief Staff Officer which showed how metal couldbe access ladder and getting on the
Naval Air Technical Training Center conserved. Formerly practice walkways.
Cap*. Robert J. Fleming Commending Officer made of
ItIIIdI. Gerald R. Pearson Executive Officer weld test specimens were CHARLES FIELDS, of Public -
Naval Hospital three inch by six inch pieces of Works received a $25 check and

...... Officer stainless steel ,
Cept. William L Engelmin Commending aluminum alloy or also of :Public
Cap*. John G. Feder Executive Officer Frank Tucker,
NARTU Usually new sheets of metal Works, received a $15 check. + k J J.iasc6fbaa
Opt. P. H. Holt Commending Officer were used because scraps of the

tern*. K Hdflna! .................................................... Executive Officer proper composition and thicknesswere Capt. Thomas B. Haley, O&R
Then Officer, presented the following
Printed commercially with non-epproprlated funds In Jacksonville, florid. at no not always available.
eapeme to tko government end In compliance with NAVEXOS P.95 Rev. July 1958.Dkttflwted ___w__ _method___ _u u is to cut the pieces people with checks: $20 each to .....-._ "" bat +rc-_;,*>>t ....
fr,. of charge to military' and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jackionvllle, one-and-a-half by six inches,I Winford Brumbaugh, John Kac- GIVEN HONOR-Capt. Kenneth .
NkffHt Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet' Air Wing H" Naval Air one-half much ma- zetow, William Lucas, Howard R. Wheeler, departing
Rtowrv Training Unit and the U. S. Naval' Hoiplul. using only as Luck Francis Silver, James NAS Jax Supply Officer, has
Service 'Information Officer Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnla Jr. terial as formerly required. been named Supply Personal-}
Aufitant Service 'Information Officer .................... .Andrew H. Planey' Three Public Works employees Smith, Billy Ussery, and Edward ity-of.the-Month for June.
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters-Mae Spencer, J01; Gene Hagan, J03; received Benny Suggs checks Wolff; $25 to Bennie Collins, Lee
Sandy Martlnion, JOSA; Sam Bowman, SA. Photographer-Roicoe Carter, PH3. Plumely and Jesse
Fulk Joseph ,
The Jax Air News U e member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Materialappearing while the rest were awarded to Capt. Wheeler Is
In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs, O&R employees. Wright; $10 to Covington Barrett,
unless otherwise credited, ere official, U. S. Navy Photographs. Wallace Dade, Public Works and A. S. Dennis, Jr; $15 to JamesM.
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone axanatona received $45 check Mitchell and R. P. Steav ns, Named Supply'sJune
8164, 656, 272 or 216.
Jr. $35 to Louis Markle and Carl
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Smith; $43.20 to Czerl Corbin, Personality

:. ,, and Peter Mitchell, Jr.; $41.40 to .
: MM M}( 'lfR The tables are turned this
: : : h, Clyde Murphy, Jr.; $30.90 to Has- month as Supply
:{ { fZ. sell Norris, and Maxie Sands; $40to Personalityof.theMonth -
: il'Bm f honors go to Capt.
Donald Smith; $51.90 to Robert
Kenneth R. Wheeler
-, -" Williams; $7.50 to Lonnie Aus- NAS Jax
I't Supply Officer the who
Thirty-one births recorded the and' to man
were at tin Ward Flick; $6.67
Naval Hospital recently with boys out James Blake and Doyle Thomas, usually presents the awards.
ranking girls, 1714. Selected unanimously for his
and $6.66 to Robert Allen, Jr.
Eight youngsters were born April 22. contributions
many to the excel-
They Included Steven Forest, to Joseph
Griffin, A03, and Mrs. Griffin; Deborah b'i' 1 Cd lent record of work performanceby

Eleanor, to Candido Agbuya, SD2, and nelBenefit the department, Capt. Wheeler
Mn. Agbuya; Donald Burke, to Ltjg( ) and EM Person has long been vitally interestedin
Mrt. Charles Holbrook; Kim Elizabeth, to
Kenneth Gaskill, SA, and Mn. Gasklll; improving the physical facili-
Robert Berkely, to Raymond Smith, ETNSN, I Group ties of Supply for both civilian
and Mrs. Smith; Elizabeth Leigh, to A/B I I and military personnel.His .
and Mrs. Hubert Wetherlngton
Alan, to John Pulctnt SFP2, and Mrs. : Lists ChangesInsurance guidance, advice and counsel
Pulcinl, and Harold Andrew, to W01 and prompted his selection as

Mn. Harry Fulford. coverage_after retire- June's man of honor prior to his
Marjorie Ann, to Kenneth MacDonald, .
EM3, and Mrs. MacDonald, was born / ment is one of the important departure tomorrow for duty as

April 24, along with Howard Jr., to Howard changes recently announced by Director of Officer Personnel at
Tanner, BM3, and Mrs. Tanner, and *' BuSanda.
Pamela Sue, to James Merrill, ACW2, and ; the Armed Forces Enlisted Per-
Mrs. Merrill. ; Supply Department cited Capt.
Births of April 251 Linda Carol, to Lt ; sonnel Benefit Association. Wheeler for his outstanding rec-

end Mrs. Frank Fullerton; Dennis lee Jr., Previously, when an enlistedman ord as a citizen, friend and hu-
to Dennis Ramsey, AA, and Mrs. Ramsey, t b
Tina Marie, to Data Sigle, HM3, end Mrs : kf4t retired, his membership was manitarian.

Sigle; Sonya lee, to ltjg( ) and Mrs. Don- terminated and he then had the
ald Cool, and Denis Ann, to Benjamin
Carpenter, AE1, and Mrs. Carpenter.Six option of converting into a regular HORSE SHOULDCOME
tiny tots came Into the world here
April 26. They were David George, to policy. FIRST/
Lt. end Mrs. Richard Edwards; Robin Dan- Membership in the Associationhas
ete, to Charles Irish, AN, and Mrs. Irish, No planning is under way
Janet Ellen, to Fred Long, ADC, and Mrs At been extended to all enlisted for adding a super-stage to the
Long; David Anthony, to bUg(| ) and Mrs personnel regardless of component a
Augustine Smith; Gregory Donald, to Jerry ; who are on extended active Proficiency Pay program
Cochran, SN, and Mrs. Cochran, and Paul Defense official has said.
Aaron, to Donald Dietz, ATI, and Mrs duty for a period greater than He explained the Depart

Dietz. ....... six months. the effects -
is study
:"''''QIIU ment going to
Two babies were born April 27, Rebecca
loree, to Charles Ervin, AD2, and Mrs SAVED BY SAFETY SHOE Five toes to the good James I Premiums for $10,000 coverageare of the upcoming P-2 pro-
Ervin, and Brian Keith, to Charles Sneed, Henry AN, (left of Operations Dept. Metal Shop, is glad he nine dollars each month regardless gram before planning a third
TD2, and Mrs. Sneed. got a pair of safety shoes when he did. Only few days after
Born April 28 Jonathan Mitchell, to getting the shoes, he was loading metal onto a truck when a of age. In December of stage that would offer top-
Comdr. and Mrs. leVern Strain, and heavy sheet of the stuff fell on his right foot, falling from four each year, an equal refund is skilled enlisted men $90
Baby boy, to John Vitelli, AD2, and Mr. feet. It could have cost Henry his toes if he was not wearing the paid to all members.To monthly payments.The .
Vitelli. safety shoes. He and fellow worker Dayton Hall, AN, demon- $60
Others born this data Include Kevin strate, how the accident occurred.Communications. qualify for coverage after P-2 phase paying

Rusted, to Kenneth Smith, AMI, and Mr. retirement, providing no disabil- monthly proficiency dividends,
Smith; Corrl Anne, to Gerald D'Antonl, ity is involved, members will begin after July 1 but the
AN, and Mrs. D'Antonl Carl Leigh, to must
; Merge have official said the FY 1961 pro-
been in
Thomas Spence, ATC, and Mrs. Spence, the Association for
Jerry Waite, to Jerry Whltelaw, PN2, end at least the two years prior to re- gram still faces two approving
Mrs. Whltelaw, and Darrell Adrian, to tirement. Their authorities.
Curtis Smith, SN/Ret., and Mrs. Smith. Now One Step CloserWashington remain at nine dollars willstill a

month, same as for active
What They're Saying"Air WE'RE! ALL PARTNERS
(AFPS) Merger of Armed Forces long- personnel.The .
,Force combat capabilitiesstem IN A GOtNO
from a wide variety o f haul communications into a single agency moved one step schedule of insurance cov-
closer when Defense Secretary Thomas S. Gates
weapon and support systems, and recently erages for retired members will
signed two documents authorizing the new svstem. be: $10,000
any assessment of the ability of age 55; $7,500
the Air Force to do its job must THE MOVE confirms plans an- defense communications system from ages 55 to 60; and $5,000 ,
nounced in February for develop- from
consider this total force. It must ment of a department-wide com- I both under direction, authorityand ages 60 to 65.

consider combat and support air- munications system capable of control of the Secretary' of The Association is non-profit
craft and advanced aerospace ve- providing all point-to-point requirements Defense. and employs no salesmen. Those

hicles-as well as missiles. It also of the Joint Chiefs of The new system will furnish interested in further information v d

must take into account our world- Staff, unified and specified com- facilities for command and con- should Enlisted write to: Armed Forces

mands and the military depart- trol functions, intelligence, wea- Personnel Benefit Asso-
wide logistic base and researchand
ments. ther logistics and administration. Warner Bldg., 13th and E
development activitiesplusthe Streets N.W., Washington 4 D.C.
caliber and training of the The two directives signed by The agency will not handle organizational US. SAVINGS

Sec. Gates are designed to increase tactical communications Defense ,
men, who design maintain and Department said the
effective use of long-line land, ship or airborne ter- ommunications
operate the various systems." communications by centralizing minal facilities of broadcast, ship- 79 major relay stations net encompasses BONDSI

Gen. Thomas W. White, Air Force control and providing for a defense to-ship, ship-to-shore and the world and throughout
Chief of Staff. communications agency and ground-to-air communications. investment of $2 billion. an )


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2 June 1960 JAX AIR NEWS P,g. 3

; I Several Changes Are Scheduled In Wave Uniform ItemsThe I /jNATTG. = (

Waves will soon be getting
more stylish clothing in their Speech at the Jacksonville Wom- will be available in the future. For the future a new uniformis

seabags, says Comdr. Viola en's Club. By September, it is expectedthat slated along with slacks fea-

Brown Sanders, Deputy to the At a gathering of Jax area a dacron-cotton white blouse turing tapered legs and dungarees -
of material designed
a new
Assistant Chief of Naval Per- Waves, she showed some of the with semipermanent collar will
for women.
sonnel for Women and Deputy planned new uniform items. be available in the Small Stores.A .
will include an
Other changes ,
j Director of the Waves. One item, a new white hat NEW. LARGER white poc- improved black tie and new ox-

COMDR. SANDERS was in the cover, is now available in Navy ket book is being Fleet-tested at fords which will be available by

Jax area recently for a Pal Day 'Exchanges while the other items the present time. April 1961.Adm. Aviation Ordnanceman's. School Friday
-Graduating classes for this -

BLOOD are Class 5908 (AO"B") and

:, DONOR Burke Again 6005 (AO"A"). Incoming class is

6021, destined for AO"A" School.

Given PresidencyOf Class 6005 is honor class for the

sixth straight week. This class

4 h Navy Aid Unit"The was also represented twice in the

five-man selection for student
Navy Mutual Aid Asso- "
"Sharpest Sailor.
ciation has become through the
Five to take this award for the
years an institution of which the andP.
week were R. C. Davidson
Navy might well be proud," an-
; >; S. Jones, of Class 6005, W. J.
nounced Adm. Arleigh Burke,
floff Austin, 6011, L. L. Pinager, 6015,
Chief of Naval Operations, dur-
and J. P. Zonkel, 6019. W. C.
ing the annual meeting of NMAA '
Thomas and C. E. Lewis won the
last month at which he was re-
ward among support personnel.J. .
Civilian blood donors totaled elected president.
N. Heilig, AOC, has retired
70 last week, with 21 employeeseach r Other officers elected were: upon completion of 20 years

from Overhaul and Repairand Rear Adm. A. H. Van Keuren, service while a welcome is ex-

Public Works, leading the first vice-president; Vice Adm.E. tended to J. T. Buckley, AO1,
list. Supply had 20 donors with W. Clexton, second vicepresident who comes to Building 610 for

eight from Miscellaneous depart- ; Lt. Gen. W. M. Greene Jr., 'instructor duty. M. J. Kirby,
ments. third vice-president; Vice Adm.K. .
AO1, has also checked in for
K. Cowart USGG Ret. fourth
From O&R were: R. F. Mau- instructor duty.ActGySgt. .
vice-president and Capt. R. R.
sert, Lavern Byrd, John Lind- W. Turnage has re-
Rambo. vice-president, medical
berg, Robert Stevenson, C. H. -- turned from a shooting tourneyin
Law, Alexander Wiggins, Nath- PRAISED FOR PERFORMANCE Mrs. Rae Quarlerman director. I North Carolina, picking up a
civilian manager of the Hospital branch of the Navy Exchange, Membership in the Association
aniel Hamilton, T. M. Davis, R.L. batch of first prize honors.
is presented letter of commendation for her "most outstanding"service with of
Morin W. Crews S. Nolan C. H. exceeds 28,000 a Congratulations to N. D.
rendered to the Exchange by Comdr. Henry J. Skipper go
Law, B. L. Friday, Thomas Varn- (right) Navy Exchange Officer. The letter, signed by former 30,000 set for 1960. Among some Gieske, AOC, who becomes en-

adoe, Harshall Campbell, Willie Hospital commanding officer Capt. Alton C. Abernethy, praised of the achievements reportedwere sign today through the LDO pro-
the most outstanding Exchange man- increased terminal div-
Mrs. Quarterman as being an
Wells E. L. Tuten Felix Jacobs
ager with whom he had come in contact. idend from $1,500 to $2,000 fora .
Morris Lifshutz, C. H. Andreu,
total of $9,500 increased ser-
Ralph E. Aaron and James Mc- ; Aviation Electrician's Mate
vice to widows and dependents
Million. School-Welcome to Class 6023
Servicemen ObligatedTo and discontinued aviation
which enters AirFam this week.
PUBLIC WORKS donors were: mium for aviation members a1 t;
Congratulations to B. S. Hall,
Robert Johns, F. E. Selby Jr., Receive Due ShotsAre age 45. AECA, J S. Brooks, AEC, and
E. L. Leslie, H. H. Smith, J. P. In a report to nonresident directors -. P. E. Seiden, AEC, who become
Baker, Thomas Gilbert, George it 'was pointed out thai:
Huntley, Carl Thomas, Perry you up-to-date on your immunizations? If not, you perhaps the most important ser- ensigns AE today.
"B" School's
Lamb, Herbert Loyd, Jessie Price, will receive, or perhaps already have received, a reminder vice performed by the Associa- new night-
school hours are 1800 to 2000.
James Fletcher, William Prickett, from the NAS Jax Medical Officer. tion is assistance provided in
It's also been announced that all
Ivey Merchant, Egbert Rissman, These ,shots are mandatory. nel here will receive their shotsat securing service-connected com-
students at this school must un-
David Way, Mark Atkins, Wil- BuMedInst., 6230.1B makes the
commanding officer responsiblefor the NAS Jax Dispensary; de- pensation for the widows, orphans dergo 15 or more minutes of
liam Barrett, Felder Johns, Rob-
ert Pons and John King. immunization of personnel. pendents and all other eligiblesat and dependent parents of physical exercise each day.

EXCEPTIONS will be made the Naval Hospital. deceased members.In Class 6002 came up with 975

Representing SUPPLY were: only on authority of the Surgeon Unless eligible in some other the event that compensationis points this week to take honor

R. N. Hartley, Capers Griffith, General or on written recom- disallowed, the Association class award for the fourth time;

A. L. Daymude, L. E. Stevens, mendation of the Medical Officer, I category, civilian employees can provides, without charge, legal Class 5951 graduates tomorrow.

W. S. Richards, William Tanker- based on medical considerations, receive immunizations only from representation before the VA .

sley, Joseph Dominic' D. A. Wil- such as allergies. I I civilian physicians. Board of Appeals. With 20 percent of any ad-

liams, A. J. Ivie, P. O. Nesset, Protection afforded varies with vanced AE "A" class going to

Burice Treakle, Howard ,Geyer; the type of shot, and is not ab- Instrument Phase, the remaindergo

Clifton Brown, ,Lee Griffin, Wal- solute. Each of these shots givesa to Phase VI "M," or Main-

ter Ross, Alice Davis, Imogene worthwhile degree of immuni- tenance Phase.

West, Hartley Steeves, James zation but will not prevent mildor Under the supervision of WO

Hutcherson and Earland ,Went- even severe disease if expo- H. C. Shew and W. C. Segee,

worth. sure is heavy and the organism AECS, the student is preparedfor

virulent enough. p. proper methods of maintaining -

From MISCELLANEOUS were: Tetanus immunization, for V aircraft equipment.In .

Foye Green, B. W. Coffman andD. example, has practically eliminated the first week, the d.c.

L. Loudermill of Security; lockjaw in the military serv- power system is taught, which

ices, although lockjaw was one includes generators, relays and
M. W. Green, Fred Roberts, Jean
of the major causes of death in regulators; d.c. circuits are spot-
Cereijo and Michael Martinez of the wounded of WWI. lighted the next week.

NARTU, and Robert Hawkins, INFLUENZA vaccine, on the The third week finds Introduc-

Air Force. other hand, gives little or no ation to A.C. Power waiting for

protection except against specific the student. Most prominent a.c.

types of influenza virus. If you power components, such as the

ADM. THACH are exposed to the right type, three-phase generator, are taught

WINS AWARDThe you get good protection.In here.

regard to poliomyelitis im- Inverters, converters and igni-

commander of the U.S. munization, active duty military tion systems on both reciprocating -

, Pacific Anti-Submarine De- personnel under 40 years of age and jet planes are thoroughly -

fense Force, Vice Adm. JohnS. must receive a basic series of covered.

Thach, is recipient of the three shots with an interval of Slides, cutaways, mock-ups and

Navy League's 1960 Stephen at least four weeks between the test benches are used to aid the
Decatur Award. first and second, and of at least student. T. L. Bolin, AECS, came

The award is presented annually six' months between the second up with the idea of paralelling

to the officer or Marines enlistedman and third. i .,' ___ .,' .'_s m#_.w__...'rs. ; ...,:?a< generators on many work benches. -
in the Navy or This has cut noise cost
Booster doses may be orderedby ADVANCE IN RATE Fourteen enlisted persons at the and
who has made an outstanding local commands one year or' Naval Hospital were advanced in rate recently. Shown receiv- maintenance about in half.

personal contribution in naval more after the basic series, and ing advancement certificates from Capt. William L. Engelman,
operations which has advanced are required before travel out- commanding officer of the Hospital are, front row (left to right) Gene: "For two months I thought
Verelta Duran, HM3. Second ,
HM1. row
"the readiness and competenceof side the 50 states unless the Agnes Everett Sifuentes, HM2: William Ramey, HM3: John Helley I was a fox terrier. Then I went
the naval service. last shot was within one year. DTl, and Robert Cates HM3. Third row, Lenny Campbell to a psychiatrist and he cured
Adm. Thach was commanding Persons over 40 may be immunized HM3; James Kirkland HM3: Leland Robinson. HM3, and Gor- me."

I ,officer of NAS Jax in 1953- on a voluntary basis. don McNeal, HM2. Rear, Leon Broiherson, PN3: Jon Peot, Ross: "How are you now?"
HM3, and Harold Pohl, HM3. Not present was Larry Martin
J 55. Active duty 'military person : HM3. Gene: "Fine. Feel my nose."

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Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS 2 June 1960

Given ThoughtTo han RestorationIs

Retirement Not Automatic

Years Activity? ULII k L With ,House SaleA

veteran's eligibility for a
What are you planning to do 4 GI Loan is not restored automatically -

after you retire? Are you goingto' I when he sells his GI-pur-

try for a second career? chased house and obtains a VA

Chances are you probably will. 44 4 4 I WM release from liability to the Gov-

Few Navymen who transfer to 4 ftk :' ernment on the loan, the Vete-
S 4- "
the Fleet Reserve are able to retire + '4 rans Administration warns.

completely. Most find a second i 4 ; Release of the veteran from

job is necessary after leav- I .4. 4 4 1 __ __ __ __ liability does not affect the VA's
ing the to be able main- li _
Navy to I4I' .4, guaranty on the loan. As longas
tain the standard of living to --'$>, $<' -:-,': ,$, -." _ _ the guaranty is outstanding,

which they're accustomed.In no restoration of GI loan rightscan

many cases, Navy trainingand k .4 S S' be extended the veteran,

experience may be directly _____ '4 -_ -- B. J. Gannon, OfficerinChargeof
applicable to a civilian occupa- -- S.S the Jacksonville VA Office
tion should the individual desire 4'S *4 reports.
to continue his line of work in S "
? Even if the loan is paid in full,
r .. (4 r
civilian life.USAFI ,._ 4 S 4 "' 4'4-:4': 4 s4$" -- -4 thus relieving VA of liability to
4. 4 4.c44 ,4t44
courses are available to the lender, a veteran's entitle-
a person on active duty, which ment to another GI Loan may'be

will help him gain necessary restored only when the property:

knowledge for a second career. Wnlnr.- :.i- W. :*: 'Ir: 1> :U'-m.m --- 5fk' ;M:: ;:: .r %4'S'4:.w.>:;:::': *:,I;,. .4''S: '7. < t. "4 44444,44 i1i Was taken by a governmentalagency
Part-time college courses are
GOING HOME FOR THE NIGHT Engineer E. L. Johns noses the "SA&NG Railroad" for public use; was des-
available through the Tuition Assistance diesel into its berth for the night. The railroad actually the NAS Jax Railroad covers some 11 troyed by natural hazard! or
Program, also., miles of trackage around the Station running from the South Annex to the North Gate. The was disposed of for compelling:
One field in which Navymen 'road is responsible for moving freight to the South Annex transporting oil from the Station's such health
have found second fuel area to the power plant and taking ammunition to the ordnance dump. reasons as employ-
a career
ment transfer, change to a better
is teaching. Althoughmost job in another city or other reasons -
teaching jobs require a college Local Liliputian Railroad Performs Big considered sufficient by the

degree, there are a numberof VA.

opportunities for industrial arts In such cases, veterans should
teachers in high schools and trade Freight Hauling Tasks Around Station apply to the nearest VA office

schools in many states, not requiring for restoration of entitlement,

degrees. I It might be one of the short- Gannon adds.Marine .
Experience as a Navy instructor est rail lines in the country engine has a 1,700 lb. draw bar thus a news reporter's monickerfor
completion of Class A schools pull." the "
"road SA & NG.
but nevertheless the "S.A. & Wives To Meet
and instructor training courses N.G." Railroad aboard the The train travels over 11 milesof "TWO TRIPS a day are made .
are accepted for credit in many Naval Air Station has a trackage and usually covers to the South Annex," Johns con- The Marine Career Wives Club
states. important function. the Station twice daily. It ambles tinued. The engine 'can pull 10 has scheduled' a meeting Mon-
June 6 at 2000 in Building
THE SINGLE diesel engine along on a perimeter from the cars. In the past 100 cars a
572 the Marine Air Detachment
railroad is responsible for moving South Annex to the North Gate; month were moved for contrac- ,
freight to the Station's South Annex tors aboard the Station." office.
for transporting oil from the "An interesting thing about this; Plans will be discussed for the
fuel depot to the power plant and Tides TableTides small railroad," continued the I proposed: talent show. All, wives
veteran trainman, "is that there of enlisted members of the Marine
Sunday, June 5 taking ammunition to,the ordance
at Atlantic Beach: are 32 switches in the yard Corps are welcome to attend ,
ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL dump. In addition, if any contrac- HIGH LOW the meeting.
0830-r-Service( of Worship. tors are aboard the Station the A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. "But you know," he concluded,. ,-

0930-Sunday School, three-- train brings in their freight cars. Fri. 1:41: 2:22: 8:07: 8:38: "People don't 'seem to be aware

year-olds through adults, Build-- A crew of three operates this Sat. 2:37: 3:19: 9:02: 9:39: that there is a railroad aboard Comdr. Sampson

ing 722; Adult Bible Class, Chap- 'Liliputian' railroad. They are: E. Sun. 3:35: 4:16: 9:55: 10:37: the Station as they seem to disregard

lain Wolfe, in Small Chapel. L. Johns, engineer; L. D. Mun- our signals many times.". Takes Over As

0930-Service of Worship. gin, flagman, and R. E. Perkins,
1100-Service of Worship. brakeman. Johns has been with -- VP-18 SkipperComdr.

1830-Teen-Age, Senior High the 'road' for 19 years. Before
Fellowships and United Fellowship becoming engineer here he work- Richard A. Sampson

of Protestants, Building 722 ed on sawmill trains in Dade City, relieved Comdr. James H. Mc-
and Small ChapeL Ghee commanding officer of
0 0 Fla."An VP-18 in ceremonies
average day for the crew," Tuesday.
ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL said Johns,"begins when we take Comdr. Sampson had served as
0830 and 1000-Sunday; Mass. the :train down to the rail gate the squadron's executive officer

CO near the main entrance and spot since September and as officer in

ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL cars left by the local I railroad. charge of half of .the squadron

Naval Hospital0615Confessions. during a recent five-month de-
"WE USUALLY make an average -
0630Mass. speed of 20 miles per hour I ployment.
but the Cummings 65-ton diesel DURING COMDR. McGhee'stour
0930-1015--Java Club.
1030-Protestant Worship Serv. engine we use can make a top L of duty here VP-18 has
ice. speed ,of 35 miles an hour. The compiled an impressive record.

0 Shortly after he assumed com
A-Sub I mand in May 1959
Christian Science SeadragonTo : the squadron

._, assisted in the fourth successful
Tuesday; 1900 Small ChapeL Fleet -=""" H :":<< c.C'; *.v w."'>: Join U.S. JOINT SUPERIOR ACHIEVEMENT Capt. Thomas B. Jupiter nose cone recovery.
Washington (AFPS-The) Sea Haley. (right) NAS Jax Overhaul and Repair Officer presents This
VA-176 Dependents checks to John Edwards, (left) and Raymond Scott for their recovery represented a
dragon, newest submarine to join Joint Superior Achievement. The two teamed to devise a meth- milestone in the man-in-space
Hosted By SquadronSome the Navy's force of nuclear attack od of incorporating a change to the engine of a TV2 aircraft. project as the nose cone containedthe
40 wives and children oi class subs will transfer from Although the change was to have been made by use of templates now famed monkeys, Able
personnel of Attack Squadron 176( the Atlantic to Pacific Fleet no templates could be found and the pair used the engine and Baker.
itself to establish the necessary locator points for the
participated in Dependent's Day about Aug. 1. change. Comdr. McGhee's next duty
recently at the squadron.A The Navy said the sub would S I'station will be with the Joint

feature film on the U. S.' make the east-west transit to the Hands May Not Be Needed To Land? Staff office of the Joint Chiefsof

Sixth Fleet, a tour of the squadron Pacific by way 'of the Arctic Staff, Washington, D. C.
hangar and a briefing by; Ocean. The new submarine will I Washington (AFPS)-The Navyis -
AD pilots on a rocket and bomb- be the first to make this type of testing a new electronic land- The Navy said it employs i a COMDR. SAMPSON served in
combination of radar, radio and:I the Bureau of Naval Personnel
ing mission were highlights of: transfer. ing system enabling planes to
the day. land on carrier decks without the computers which provides eta prior to his assignment here.
During her cruise, the 2,360- bilized
glide Other
Comdr. J. R. Stegg, skipperof pilots touching the controls. information ships duty assignments included -
ton will continue exploration
motion prediction and Aide
improved to the
the ,Thunderbolt Commander
squadron, of the Arctic Basin to collect Under a $4.3 million contract radar. precision. Naval
hosted the "operation." VA-176, oceanographic, hydrographicand with the Bell Aircraft Corp., threeof : Air Advance Training,
a component of CVG-10, wil bathymetric data and to the systems will be boughtfor Tied in with long range and in Navigator aboard the USS Duxbury'Bay -

board the Shangri-La soon. establish ice conditions in the installation on carriers. The termediate guidance equipment and hurricane hunting
which monitors with VW4.
fourth will be set on land for carried-based:
Arctic during the summer up
"Money mused
the philosopher .
to within a few miles of
familiarization training.The .
"doesn't bring happiness. A the
man with five million dollar is The Navy said the Seadragon new system will provide their home ships, the new system a bachelor and a married between
no happier than a man with four would cruise under the Polar ice improved carrier approach capa- will make completely automatic When a bachelor walks the

million." to the North Pole enroute. bility in any weather condition. landings possible. floor with a baby, he's dancing.r .



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Hardage 'Leases' Flier Duo;

Defeats Jax Navy In 10thHardage

and Sons pushed across four runs in the tenth

a-a $iii 1 Y inning for a 7-3 victory over Jax Navy Sunday at Mason

r- Field. The Hardage triumph snapped Jax Navy's winning

'A'I ':: id iI ; streak at two games. A two-run single with the bases

The Fliers will attempt to start
loaded by Dick Savage brought
e- another win skein when they face

Greek Oil, the City League first- home the second and third runs

;2. ,. .: 1400 at Jax tieing the score in
m half champion, Sunday at fO1. Navy,

\8' Mason Field. the eighth inning.HARDAGE .

19g THE HARDAGE "nine" came gained a 3-1 lead

k 'i: ; to Mason Field with only seven in the fifth frame on two bingles,
ts players and needed the lease of
a wild pitch by Joe Williams and
:2i;; ; two Flier players for the game.

tee Jax Navy's John Goldberg played an error. Williams went the distance -

pSNARE centerfield for the Funeralmen to absorb the loss, his sec-

while second sacker "Ski" Weso- ond against no wins. Roger

11, ____ __ lowski also toiled for the winners. Dahnke was the winner.
to SHOOTING HONORS Members of the Key
}- West NAS pistol team look on as coach paul BeaUy receives The winners' first run came

)e the James Sixth R. Reedy Naval NAS District Jax Traveling Team Trophy from Capt. > \ ,, ', across in the opening frame ona
commanding officer, during a cere- t A .
,: mony following completion of the District tourney here last :i," fj..,j, jt ; \, J I 'J : walk, error and single while
al week. Left to right are Ray Dickerson, Bruce Little, Beatty, '''f. '' n'' ., .
:;- Capt. Reedy Ted Richardson, Ed Surawitz and Billy Byrd. Jax l ''''I' < '''ti'J,i( ;;' \' Jax Navy picked up a run in the
Navy shooters won the District rifle event earlier in the "ye'l1jS, \ ., ..." \
JrIg t, ; ;; : :. .....>> ., n,,' '. second inning on Savage's double
; and shortstop Bob Gadson's
Water ---- -----------------
7- Jax Boxers In Ski Meet triple.:

!-r Key West MeetThree Entries Still OpenAmple KEY WEST TAKES

names synonymouswith time still remains for Little League
Ied Jax Navy boxing circlesthis persons to enter the Navy Slalom 6ND PISTOL MEETThe

:e Navy season Relief triumphed Drive boxing in a June Water 25 Ski at 0800 Tourney at Doctor's slated Lake.for boys from "Down Under," Key West Naval Air Night SlatedAt

t, match at Key West last week Station, put their shooting eyes to work in capturing the

end. Four groups of competition will Sixth. _Naval District, Pistol_ Tourney last week at NAS Jax. Ball ParkLittle
Myron Pat Brady Jax be held: Men, 17 years of age and KEY WEST registered 1019
and All-Navy runner-up, de- over; Boys, under 17; Women, points in swiping first place from in the week capturing the Sixth League Night will high-

cisioned Louis Betancourt in a 17 and over, and Girls, under 17. Cecil Field, which compiled 992 Naval District rifle crown. light activity at the Jacksonville

bl lightweight bout while Dick All military personnel and their points. NAS Jax shooters took Al Aguilar won individual Baseball Park Saturday night.

l- Sparks, AAU champion from dependents are eligible. third spot with 982 points while honors as the Jax Marine garn- All Little Leaguers from the

g Jax Navy, was losing a verdictto The tourney is being presented Green Cove Springs finished ered a score of 452 while team, Jax Navy leagues will be admitted -

t Bob Hill of Homestead AFB through joint efforts of Main- fourth with 930. mate Don Peters shot a 445, Ber free if in baseball uniform.

and a Michigan Golden Gloves side, NATTCenter, NAS Cecil Paul Beatty of Key West won Sheller, 436, and Hugh O'Neal424j A game between Babe Ruth League -
c champion. Field, NS Mayport and NS Green individual honors by blasting all for NAS Jax. teams will be held at 1830.

s Lawrence Howard, former Cove Springs. away for. a 532 mark with team- Tickets for the Night are being

i All-Navy middleweight titlist, E. D. Jackson, ATI, is tourney mate Billy West ending second sold at one dollar with half the
\: TKOd "Red" Redding, Air- manager. For more information, with 526 points. Admen VW-4 proceeds destined for the Little

Lant champion from VF-101. call extensions 593, 8228 or 661.THE GUIDO CAROPELLOTI, with a League at Jax Navy. Mothers of

In another match involving a --r 521 score, finished third, only Jax Atop Mainside LL players are selling the tickets.
shooter to end among the top
local boxer, Ken Wilson, All- SCOREBOARDLITTLE Following the Babe Ruth Lea-

Navy welterweight runner-up, LEAGUE scorers.NAS Jax shooters had earlierA S-Ball LeagueAdministration gue exhibition, the Jax Braves
decisioned Bob "Kid" Rey- VA-44 Hornet 6, NATTU Techi 2 and Savannah Pirates will playa
VW-4 Hurricanes 10, Live Wires 0
nolds, 5ND champion. Devil Pups 8, Hercules Homers 4 tourist stopped at a shack in and VW-4 Kept South Atlantic League game.

Little Chiefs 9, Food Fair 2 the hills and asked a woman sit- I the script intact in Mainside The Braves and Pirates also play

BABE RUTH LEAGUE ting In the shade, "How far is it week tonight; and Saturday night and
1 Non Pareils Philco Indians 6, Jax Navy Cougars 5 to the next town?" Softball League play Sunday afternoon.
Hammer's 9, Pepil-Cola 0 with both clubs continuing their
hit's 'bout 10
Wetherington's 16, Coca-Cola 2 "Paw' Jiggers information on Little
Comdr. L. B. Cochran. of San For* more
t miles thar and 'bout 12 miles winning pace, racking up recordsof
Diego NAS has 18yearoldtrack League Night, contact the League
I Moe: "I just heard of a baby back. 9-0.
offIce at extension 758.
credit. At
record his
:; that gained 20 pounds in one "How could it be farther one
Indiana University in 1942 be seta A showdown game between the
week on elephant's milk. way than the other?
1 world indoor mark for the 440- Joe: "Stop kidding me. Who's "That's on accounta him walkin' two unbeatens was slated Tues- Mainside Tank Meet Sot

1 yard run and later starred' the baby was It?" stralghter goin' t h a n comln' day at Enterprise Field, too late The annual Mainside Intra-

1948 Olympics. back." be in this mutal Swimming Meet is sche-
Moe: "The elephant's. for results to reported
Football oddity: Navy coach duled to be held June 14 at 1900at
week's Air News.Administration.
Wayne Hardin is ex-Coast '+ + : ,Yciyngk4:. { y
an r : {fa:yl':4:; 'cv..R6 the Mainside pool.
Guardsman. Air Force coach Ben Ys tun e d up for
'y: i2:2': :;'i7'::i:: Entry forms can be obtained at
Martin is an ex-Navyman. Coast the "glitter" affair by blankingthe
the Athletic Office in Building
Guard coach Otto Graham is an VA-44 Hornets, 2-0, while
Three. Entered to date are Aircraft -
ex-Naval Aviation cadet. VW-4 was flexing its muscles
Maintenance, VA-44, Ad-
Coast Guard alumnus Stan with a 19-1 trashing of Infirmary.In .
ministration and VW4.
Chapin, with the Washington other action, the Marine

Redskins, will move to the Amer- Barracks edged arch-rival MAR-
ican Football League next V s'ue' A Seasick MiddieTo
fall TD, 12-11, while Hospital authored -
and play for Denver .
a 16-13 victory over Opera- Choose Army
> oy 2 .q3 rr tions.

Softball SetA i r40'f1 :: 4 Annapolis, Md. (AFPS) "It
Also, FAETU blanked VP-18, looks like he's finished with ships
Softball is sche-
tripleheader 9-0; 0 & R defeated Infirmary, for good," said Mrs. John T.
tonight at the field across 19-7 for its first win of the
from year, Kazenski of her son John Jr.
King Hall with the first
game set to begin at 1630. and Operations toppled VAP-62, John, when he graduates from

The three games will be regular "L 13-2. the Naval Academy in June, is

contests in the second half {;'2t?;';< STANDINGS going to make the military a ca-

chedule .,... Z/ Admtnii. 9 0 1.000 reer-but in the Army.
of the NATTCenter .. .r!%' VW-4 9 0 1.000
,+,.o 'ib'1:;
oft ball League. c! {:{ {{ ,2{5ttr: : FAETU 6 2 .750 This despite a youthful hitchin
>f: :}1. /f>{; : Marine Bki. 5 2 .714
t'f the Sea Scouts, two years in
679th AF 5 3 .625

ailing Club To Meet Y.: ...., ,' VA-44 6 4 .600 the Navy and three more at the
has l=::":\ ::; : ="" "' ::>':W.# .:,.'::.::ix: ?::Vx :::>>nk.w.: ;: _, R'/'AA' AAARTD 4. 3 .571
Navy Jax Sailing Club PAYOFF NIGHT-The Enlisted Men'i Wives Bowling League Supply 3..c. .429 Academy.His .

fated its regular Tuesday meet- presented trophies and elected a new slate of officers at VAP-62 3 5 .375 trouble? He gets seasick.In .
g June 7, at 1930, in the Club- UI annual banquet lad week at the CPO Club. Presenting trophies VA-35 3 5 .375
use. to members of the championship team, the Yellow Belles Hospital 2 4 .333 addition to Kazenski, 16
outgoing league president. Accepting trophies Infirmary 2 4 .333
Jean Carter
All members are urged to at- U Rita Crabbe, Louise Grissom Dorothy Cram and June VP-18 2 7 .222 other midshipmen of this year's

nd to discuss championship Quad are New officers elected were Dolores Grams president Operation 1 7 .125 Annapolis class will take Army
eets and to elect a committee Mrs. Quade, rice-president Katherine Fallen, secretary Ida O&R 1 7 .125
and Lawrence sergeant-at-arms. Air Malnt. 0 5 .000 commissions.
r the election of new officers. Gunnells, treasurer, Polly




'. ... .ft,.

Pge' _. JAt AIR NEWS 2 Juno 1960All

Sic men Urged YAP MembersPut

To 'Get Out And Vote' ,:NiyYh .v tkw 'Bail EmphasisOn Outs'Pilots

A Presidential election which promises to be a hard I and crews of aircraft be-

fought race_ is _the.featured attraction of 1960 and servicemenare ir4 longing to Heavy Photographic

urged to do their part. mailed as early as the state per- ,. Squadron 62 take part in crew-
The price of admission is the n. month.A .
mits. member training each
ballot, a commodity so inexpensive -
The state, city or county in big portion of this monthly
yet so vitally important thaiit's
which a person lived before en- training consists of simulated
this nation's most cherished
taring military or government bail-outs from the squadron's

productUNDEH service is usually considered his A3D-2P aircraft, a feat requiring
THE Federal Voting
legal residence for voting. Time an average of six seconds per
Assistance Act of 1955, service- e, :K.
spent in the service counts in three-man crew.
men and government employeesare
meeting the total residence re- IN THE A3D-2P, the only
encouraged and assisted in I
quirements. method of bailing out is throughthe
voting by absentee ballot. L :4
When the ballot is received, the rff& same route taken in getting
The Federal Post Card Appli-
envelope shouldn't be opened un- aboard the craft; therefore, it'sa
cation for Absentee Ballot (FP-
til the instructions on it have "must" that each crewmemberbe

'CA), can be used by those Included been read. If there are no Instructions { ;? :'j',. ? more than familiar with the
in the Act if the state or ,
it*may be opened im .;> :< & @.<<<" N"-nstr'tebietr: : w ctAeieas':: **,:ifxi6acx: :ik vd::kt*'i4Ae: wr)5,:: oA available escape route.

territory so authorizes. Acceptance mediately.IN "FOUR SECONDS, SAFE" Exclaims Lt (jg) Duane Cox When the hatch is opened during

standards and procedure ACCORDANCE with Fed- (right) VAP-62 Survival Officer, as he instructs crewmembers flight, it tends to break the
vary from state to state. in bailing out of the squadron's A3D-2P aircraft. Lt. Bill Hagen-
Requests for ballots should be eral law and Armed Forces regu- sick is shown bailing out while Robert Dumont, PT1, (left) wind .enabling each integrated

lations, no commissioned, war- records the time. It took Lt. Hagensick and his two-man crew harnessed crewmember to depart
neatly printed or typewritten on rant, petty or noncommissionedofficer four seconds total time in this simulated bail out. It's reported with his parachute automatically

the FPCA. The applicant's name will attempt to influenceany majority of crews require six seconds to bail out of the A3D. P. opening after a three-second de-

must appear twice, once hand-
on his choice of candi lay.
written. Military addresses shouldbe Statistics Sailors SIMULTANEOUSLY with ditching .
date. The actual marking of the Say
made clear.
ballot must be done secretly. Thisis and bail-out procedures,
IF APPLICATION is made by required by law. VAP-62's flight crews undergo

; letter, substantially it should contain Eligible service and civilian Staying Seagoing SizeContinued lectures and visual classroom instruction
the same. information as required -
voters should check their home concerning survival taco
on the FPCA. It should beClassified tics, flight equipment and attire,
state regulations-to be explainedIn
( from Page 1))
this voting series-to see when pressure reduced, and a feelingof reduction involves adoption of and encountered mission probe
good nutritional principles with lems.
they may vote.
well-being gained.
Voting officer for personnel at The general Armed Forces Institute of limited caloric intake, moderate Lt (f jg) Duane Cox, VAP-62

exercise and having reached the Survival Officer, says t h a t"VAP's
NAS Jax is ,
I LtJg( ) George Cagle, Pathology claims that several ,
ideal level, continuation of the crewmembers are more
Military Personnel Officer.
For Sale otherwise unexplained airplane
than efficient in survival
healthful pattern of eating already -
Cedar Hills Estates-3 bdrm, 2 bath, Fla.
accidents have been attributed to
rm, kit, Ig liv rm, gar, fen bk: yd. Ocpy "Hear you lost your best friend. established.The and related problems.
In July, dn paymt $1,500, $86 mo. SP How'd it happen?" acute coronary attacks of pilotsin
1-3205 or ext. 268. "He keeled weasel." flight. "Proper nutrition and leading weight watchersays
was by a ...
3 yr. old home-2 bdrm, Ig kit & blt.ln "That could weight control," Capt. Moore proclaims that most of his subjects are ?
2-part elec sty, ecrn brwy, gar, outside never happen. I servicemen and dependents over
2-tall thwr.. Older home-4 rm & bath, "Oh, yes. Ees driving home in "is good preventive,medi- :.
25 years of age. Younger men, he
elec or gill cook. $14,500. Purchaser arrange hotomobilc. Is comeeng to rail-
own financing. Call/ SP 11142. road crosseeng. Deedn't hear the Persons }joining Capt. Moore'sprogram says, live an active life, using up
3 bdrmt home fn"Cedar Hills-pine pan are first given indoc- all .the calories they consume
den, Ig kit, patio, fen yd, hdwd fl, icrnpor weasel. Consequently, there is no unnecessary -
Equity $1200. Call SP 1.3299 or Lt. --- ." .._ _.._.._- trinary briefings weekly at 1000
Roland, ext. 415. on Tuesdays. There the dahgers weight gain.

3 bdrm & bath, liv rm, kit, Ig util rm, of overweight are stressed and' The doctor's clinic serves per-

car port, fen yd, cement blk conitr, (died, advice is given In proper nutri- sonnel of NATTCenter, NAS activities fktYy
$600 dwn, mo paymt $55, near NAS & s>
Cecil Field. Call CO 4-9837. tion, according to latest available Fleet Units, squadronsand

Oak Hill-3 bdrm, 2 bath, ,Ig din rm, information. NARTU,.besides other groupsin :{

Call ex Ig SP util 1 1-4252.rm, fen patio, vacant June 3. I THEREAFTER, the shrinking the vast' laX: Navy complex. a aNE

Ortega Hilli-3 bdrm, 2 bath, nd traf, person comes in once a week to FOODS APPEARING on his

5 min from NAS, Immed ocpy If desired. record his weight and blood pressure dieting mend are a "gourmet's
Call EV 4-3324, Lt. H. R. Kirby, VP-5
thus taking note of
ext. 8334. xv progress gift" compared to "concentration

Ortega Hllli-3 bdrm, Ig kit & yd, eonv made. camp" meals 1 offered by, many

to .WAS 4%% FHA mtg. mo paymt r. Capt. Moore's theory of weight weight losing plans. He believes
$69.50 $11,700 $liOO .at
or Equity. Call
that rather than doing without
4-1985 : '
EV or ext. 8163.
3 bdrm CD home-Ial| Fla rm, tile kit & Corps Supers food, subjects should eat a sufficient it EAGLE,.-- Mark of'D ItScotztin rlt

bath, fen bk yd, near, NAS & Cecil Field, v amount of nonfat, low- \ ?s Eagle t member ranks from r
Equity 595..Call SP 10483.
calorie foods with emphasis on ,
NAS Jax 131.
Oak Hlll-3.bdrm, 2 bath f la, rm, dinfm Must Remain -lpbnsOraTroop
adequate protein intake.A Ypung Davis started i his Scout
kit & brkfatt nook, wired for dryer, .
sty 4 2 air conch), FHA l loan paymt $77 ,tIt participant in the programcan career as a British- Sea Scoutin
enc; Call SP 14009. For 3 YearsMarine Malta.
fade fat away at a rate of
For Kant
Unfurn house, 1 % bdrm, elec equip J NCOs picked for pro- 25 pounds during a three-month Colorful

kit, carport, util rm, approx 2 ml N of motion to grades E-8 and E-9 period. Capt. Moore declares a / DishesReplace
NAS, close to churches, schls & shp cen. lose five to 12
: ? man can poundsthe
will be required to serve on active -
Cell SP 1-4941 wkdays after 1800 &'any ffrt' TraysSteel
: i first week three to five
time on wkends, ,', ; duty an additional three ,
Waterfront home-3 acres, beaut beach, :: 'years after the boost in rank. pounds the second week, and one mess trays, a familiar
prl. dock, 2 bdrm, 1% bath, den, kit & i _' and one-half pounds each succes- tight at many Navy mess halls
din rm area, 24' liv rm with fireplace, ." The ruling was issued by Com- sive week. for years, are on the way out

scrn porch, 2-car attach gar, $125. per mo. V,: \ mandant of the Marine Corps at NAS Milton, Fla.
Call EV 7.5334 evening Before coming to NAS Jax, the
along with a new policy prohibiting The trays are being "phased
Murray Hill-nice front bdrm In prl. worked
captain actively on a
home, on bus line. Call EV 8-6634. l t' transfer to the Fleet Marine out" by plastic dishes in vary-
similar at NAS Cecil
lake Shore-furn apt, clean, .cool, conv 6< > Corps Reserve of leathernecks program ing colors of sky blue, light

to NAS, but, stores, all util furn, $50 per under permanent charge of sta- Field for three years, where some I yellow, maize tan and char-
mo. Call EV 94275. 2,400 persons lost 15 tons of excess -
; tion orders to duty
4 rms & bath In bungl I, yd, gar, porch, ---- / overseas as- weight. Recently aboard the treuse.
itr prl. clean, recent redor, elec & water, -'- signments.The Another innovation, and this
furn, $70. EV 71950. two new policies are not USS Saratoga his program resulted will probably elicit groans

Furn 1-bdrm home-Ig kit, couple or 9 Marines with in 500 sailors losing 8,000 from old salts, will find artificial -
applicable more
baby, reas. Call EV 9-0514 or EV 89806. t pounds.
Lake Shore-unfurn, 2 bdrm, kit equip, O'r kW than 27 years active military flowers on each table in

ven, bids, gar, tile bath, clean, $75. Call : service. This week Capt. Moore turned the mess halls at Milton.
EV, 8-4956. his weight watching responsibilities -
Lake Shore-unfurn, kit furn, Ig liv rm, Marines selected with less than over to Lt. Robert Rigsby,
tile bath, 1 bdrm, scrn porch, gar, clean, three years remaining on their CommissaryContinued
upon to Naval Sta-
$60. Call EV 8-4956. current enlistment must execute
Furn 1 & 2 rm apts. Unfurn 6 rm mod. ....." tion, Rota, Spain. ( from Page 1))
agreements to extend or reenlistfor
ern apt. Call EV 74996. .. While Capt. Moore is leavingthe NAS Pensacola; NAS New Or-
This 'n' That .... f.1} the period necessary to meet
leans NAAS Chase Field Texas
Jacksonville area, the "slim ; ;
Driving to Calif-leaving June 11, return the three-year promotion re-
Aug. 1, rm for 2, round trip or 1-way, quirement.This mer sailor" campaign still runs N A S, Corpus Christi; NAAS

share expense & driv. Call EV 4-4042 on, helping keep cockpits of Kingsville; NAS Jax, and resident -
after 1600. policy applies to the 504 assistant officers-in-charge
Found-Iadie. bifocal glasses In front ENGLISH BLITZ L. Gents I planes from being overloaded,
Marines selected last month for
of Officer's Club. Glasses in red plastic who observe this gill in the "77 and salty sailors seagoing"size.. at NS Mayport, NAS Cecil Field,
print case.. Call Security. Sunset Strip" TV series soon promotion to first sergeant and 'Through the program initiatedby and NS Green Cove Springs.

loir-dog, toy collie, tan & white, male, find they can't see the sunset master sergeant although their
4 mo old, lost May 24 from Station enlisted for the strip. She's Barbara appointments, when issued, will Dr. Moore, NAS Jax has slim- Dajfynlshuns: ,Paratrooper -

housing area, last seen NATTC vacln English, and Warner Bros have be effective April il for pay and mer and healthier sailors than A guy who climbs down
-chow hall & King Hall. Call EV 44786. marked her for the starlet from
Reward $10. treatment. seniority. ever before! trees he never climbed.

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