Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 4, 1960
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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I FA -11 Change SlatedCapt. I }IXy' : .,, 4 r st{ s,

Charles L. Lambing is Capt. Lambing, who has with a primary mission to ,
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due to be relieved as Com- been Wing Commander since provide fuel logistics for the
mander of Fleet Air Wing 11 _
taking over from Capt. RobertM. sea-going forces. ,
in a formal change of command .. .. .
ceremony Tuesday, Aug. 9 at Milner in June, was Chief FA W.11 is gaining a well- .' c4 I.
1600 in Hangar 140. Staff Officer of the Wing for qualified skipper who has an I a 1 .

Assuming charge of the 18 months prior to this. extensive background in anti- .

Wing will be Capt. Renfro submarine warfare. t{ rr'k.. .. S r '
He is to
depart for New- x >:
Turner Jr., who comes from While with CNO in Washington -
port, R. I. to take commandof
the Office of Chief of Naval Capt. Turner was in
Operations In Washington, the USS Allagash (AO 97.) charge of Plans and Policy

D.C. The Allagash is a. fleet oiler Division.
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Vol. 18 No. 22 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 4 August 1960

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:.jik; :: ?v:?{: Chlorine Tank

\ Leaky Valve 4 R

St'. Gives TroubleA 41.tE y

4ry S Sr
little known function, but

# vitally important, is the recap- .
ping of chlorine cylinders by em-
&, ployees of the Station's Water
Plant. yfSS 5 2s.: "
.. ""' _. ._I. $:: :iA.Zi.:;: ..>
Chlorine in the tank in liquid NOT SPACEMEN But water plant operators. L. M. Ben-

.. ... form is not dangerous but once nett, head water plant operator, (left) adjusts a Solvay chlorine
it becomes oxidized it forms a capping device while Raymond Ward, water plant operator as.titts. .
The duo performed this task after discovery of a leaking
gas. This gas is the same type valve in a chlorine cylinder. Chlorine enclosed in the cylinderis
used the Germans in WWI. in a liquid form and is not dangerous until It hits the air. It .
ITS MOST poisonous effectsare then oxidizes and forms a gas. Only three or four cylinders have
developed a leak in the past two years here.
.-.. felt near the ground. Further
away from the surface'of the'
ground the gas is less concentrated -
and thus less toxic. Safety Awards Go

Recently, a chlorine cylinder

VWY' """W"N""w... ... ..H. '_Mr m..'__' _- ..- stored in Supply Warehouse
BUZZIN' CUZZINS This Building 175 developed a,leak in
new home for a queen bee and the valve. L. M. Bennett, head
Home Is Where her aerial brood view(arrow of) the gives Station.theman water plant operator, and Ray- To Local ActivitiesThe

mond Ward, water plant operator -
The bees seem content but the
The Heart Is men who work in Hangar 127 hurried over to the scene highly coveted Secretary of the Navy Achievementin
of OtcR don't seem to be. Theyare with a Solvay chlorine capping Safety Award was presented recently to two Navy activi-

Even For Bees hoping to their a satisfactory dilemma can solution be- device. ties in the Jacksonville area.

worked out.Capt. This device will seal off the Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig, Commander' Naval Air Bases Sixth

Nothing is too difficult for the leak in a 150-lb cylinder. Oncea Naval District, on behalf of the Secretary of the Navy, pre.

men at Hangar 122 of the Over- Luker Now AdmiralRear small leak develops in the cy- sented the awards to NAS Jax and the Navy Fuel Depot in ceremonies -
haul and Repair Departmentwhen linder it begins eating away the in the NAS Administration Building.

it comes to priming the Admiral George R. Luker, valve. Then the cylinder must be ACCEPTING the award for the charge, received the award for

engines of helicopters every who was ComFair Jax chief of recapped. Air Station was Capt. James R.' the ,Fuel Depot.

morning.But staff from Sept. 1958 to Nov. 1959, PERSONNEL performing this Reedy, commanding officer, while'I'' The award is a double honor,
has received rear admiral stars. (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 2)) Lcdr. Edward Eliot, officer in,
when it comes to removingbees combining citations for industrialand

who have found a home on ? : .yJ.? 'rf y' M}y Ea f''2? 4.y{(Y.. rr ra, e?y; irrm motor vehicle accident pre.
one of the props of a helicopter vention. The Station, which
that's another story! earned the award for 1959, reduced
Either the Queen Bee and her its industrial accident rate
28% the preceding and
crew leaves their new roosting over year
place each morning or Hangar 27% in motor vehicle accidentsover
122's crew leaves the enginesof Wit.t the previous 12 months.

the Marine helicopter at rest. The Station recently established -

Futile attempts have been madeat ,. a record of 141 days without a
encouraging the bite-size tr q,:;l lost time accident, considered a

bombers to depart and find new 'S commendable achievement in
quarters. : ""yr.v:: light of the size of the activity and I

its diversified skills.
Carbon dioxide was administered /, fr'. / % I
S.'y. Yf. rSr.f.f..x.i} : : i;Cj
THE FUEL Depot, located
but the bees only fell to oitf
;rf;+fN.. $ yny '
the deck, revived shortly after :Sy l.7fir'j.: ,i : :r r, % w y.yS?:;{}:;,::f' 'i.; Heckscher Drive in northeast
and flew back to their prop-blade '{} C %..;...... .a? LN..r,.y }{ 9 :. Jacksonville, garnered its honors
home. % %y'fa .*. "S l !: j i ;( for the years 19575859. The''de-'

'4s ';, Irfy.: :,y'6Yi pot completed the threeyearperiod
One more attempt was made, / r f, r. .q.: /
i/' without injury
"% a disabling :
though. The men slipped the cover ?{fit S/ fry4 '
; *4/' b 4 accident or a motor vehicle mis-
off the blade's tip which 'ap

peared to be the successful solu- SI hap.NAS Jax, whichr/this year' is

tion, making it possible for the / i I / i. ?4 ,:. ; i _..,'_,..__... observing its 20thf anniversary,
M''d:;:: I.0, ..a'i: } ,*Q.A": "" .. 1.>;.-.>01>.6mWN 'MO.'N'.NW :"' "" ""' -0--: has been honored with
engine to be fired. The of the Navy Achievement in
VIEW SAFETY ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS Secretary indutrial"and: four motdr
But the question is: How long Award has been presented two local commands. Rear Admiral Kenneth Craig, CommanderNava seven
Air Bases Sixth Naval District, presented the awards to. NAS; Jax and the.NaTT Fuel De vehicle accident prevention
will this suffice? Will the per- pot. Among those at the presentation included, front row (left to right) Charles Able, NAB Safety: awards. JJTThe
,Superintendent Capt. James R. Reedy. NAS comanding officer Lcdr. Edward Eliot, of"eer-ln-
sistent Queen and her crew re- the
has been
charge of Fuel Depot and Comdr. Johnie of Supply. Rear Nace Rogers, chairman of Pub. Fuel Depot
turn to their elevated home on lie Works Safety Committee Comdr. P. S. Bader, Operations Officer Capt. J. J. Davis Jr.. Supply recipient of one citation each for
house Officer: Comdr. Harold F. Liberty, Assistant Public Works Officer Capt. Thomas B. Haley. industrial and motor vehicle accident
the Marine 'copter' or go
O&R Officer Capt. Joseph W. Weaver Senior Medical Officer and Comdr. Carrol L. Hodgeo. prevention.
hunting elsewhere? Aircraft Maintenance Officer.

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Page JAX AIR NEWS 4 August I960

2r.r. -5 ,Nineteen Employees Of Station Receive I

.. HAS J"bonvlrJe Commanding Officer Basic Supervisor Training CertificatesNineteen

R. beefy
CApt. James Exvcutlv Officer
eom r. Robert Nelson NAI Sbq FLN, Air JubonYl11e' received certificatesfor employees effective application of good Treakle, supervisory stock con-
trol clerk.
Commander supervision.
Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig I Chief of completion of the Basic
Staff, Fairfax
H. Weber From Administration
THOSE RECEIVING certificates Depart-
Capt.Neir' M. Head Chief of Staff, NAB Six Supervisor Training Courseat
Fleet Air Wing. Eleven ceremonies held Monday were: from O&R, Sidney Bell, ment-Estelle Tribble, office serv-
Capt. Charles' L lambing/ CommanderCandy 1. leadingman aircraft mechanic, ices supervisor.From .

> T' C Deeps Naval Air Technical Training Unit Acting Chief Staff Officer August Capt. James R. Reedy, NAS motor; Earl Brown, supervisory Comptroller Department,!

CM/*, Robert J. Fleming i Commanding Officer Jax commanding officer, spoke aircraft examiner; Barry Dodson, Lucille McDowell, supervisoryfiscal I
/comdr Marlon K. Smith Executive Officer leadingman AMG, and John Mil- accountant; Charles Small,!
Naval briefly and awarded the certificates.
Hospital ler, supervisory mechanical en- I
C pt Whiten U EngthiMnC Commanding Officer military pay supervisor, and
.pt. John 0. Feder _-_ __ Executive Officer gineer not present were Lonnie Ruth Stecher, supervisory accounts -
HE POINTED out the responsibilities laborer and
NARTU Norman, leadingman maintenance.
Caps F. H. Holt Commanding Officer of supervisors in leading Mrs. Willie Wells, supervisory
Comdr. William M. Miller __ Executive Officer others to a full days work for a .
Printed commercially with norvapproprtated funds In Jackaonvllle, Florida at no days pay. Public Works Depart-
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958. "I wish to congratulate all of ment: William Clapp, leadingman t l
Dtttrlbuted free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, who have the r
you laborer Simon Hash
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air ; leadingman
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital. course," the CO said. "The com laborer; Wilbur Mills, leadingman .

Service Information Officer ,-- Comdr. Alex N. AAclnnts Jr. mand appreciates initiative and maintenance, and Thomas a
Assistant Service Information Officer; Andrew H. Planey effort. There should be improved Wallerchamp, leadingman roof \
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Feature Editor-Mae Spencer, J01; Staff Reporters-Sandy performance all along the line,",
Martinson, JOSA; Sam Bowman, SA. Photographer-Roicoe Carter, PH3. concluded the captain.The er.FROM SUPPLY Department: I
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material "
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs, 60-hour course is designedto George Gahagan, head stockman; "...... "---
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photographs. train new supervisors in fund Alice Harris, stock control clerk, ?
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone extensions I and Louise Wright, supervisory
Ii amental of good management andIT'S Aviation Electrician's Mat
8164, 656, 272 or 216. i I IX shipment clerk. Not present,
School-Congratulations go to th
t >. Minnie Collins, supervisory gen-
I following men: D. J. Brown, AE1
eral supply clerk and Burnice
honor man of Class 5947 with a

average of 88.5; R. R. Fick, AE
Last Chance who shipped over for the thir:

time recently, and S. R. "Tom
Friday For : Dooley, who started at Instructo:

Training School last Monday.

Polio GroupLast New faces in AE School Support

belong to J. O. Elverum, S
chance for employees to E. D. Martin, AE2; W. R. Harve;

0 enroll, or renew existing con- SA, and W. E. Duggins. SA. Soo
tracts, in the NAS Jax Polio In- to depart here are R. J. Frazie

surance Group is tomorrow, Aug. YN2; W. G. Zittlinger, SA; M.

5. Lee, FA, and R. A. Pertile, SN,

The Plan provides protectionin Good byes have been said t .

the amount of $10,000 for each H. Morris, AEC, and L. D. ,.
subscriber and individual cover- ATI, who are being transfer. ?--

ed, and covers expenses incurred also. And to Class 5947, :
during a three year period from graduated from AE "B"

-- .----- :-:- -- -:- - date of diagnosis of polio up to recently and to Class 6009, w!
the amount of $10,000. graduated from AE "A" S

.... ._ _. ', .r Employees renewing or makingnew July 29.The ,
: ""u. I I "J J tiJli tt 1 t i nil .d"'JJ8SIa1f8I' I I [i 1I!
application must submit a welcome mat is out
GRADUATION TIME FOR THESE PEOPLE Nineteen NAS Jax civilian employees "
receive certificates for successful completion of the Basic Supervisor Training Course recently. personal check, bank or postal Class 6031, which started the
Front row, (left to right) are Capt. Thomas B. Haley O&R Officer Ruth Stecher; Estelle Tribble; money order in the amount of riculum at "A" School last MI'
Capt. J. J. Davis Jr.. Supply Officer; Capt. James R. Reedy NAS Jax commanding officer who the premium with their applica- day and to Bill Goodrich,
presented certificates: Lucille McDowell Alice Harris: Louise Wright, and Lt (Jg) Robert Bran-
nock, of Public Works. Rear. Wilbur Mills. John Miller. Thomas Wallenchamp Barry Dodson Sid- tion. newest addition to the AE
ney Bell, William Clapp Earl Brown George Gahagan, Charles Small'and Simon Hash. Necessary forms and additional structor corps.Aviation .

information can be had from following .
... 4 )1\\. I\J r
department representatives -
100.. Natural Disasters Hit A New Ordnanceman Scho
to .',: ." ., f,,' \ I ,, : O&R, Donna Smith; Public -Class 6023 came up with tc

..Jo.' Mark The Fifties Works, (Maintenance) Janice honors in class competition la|
High During ) Viola
Hogan, (Transportation week with a final multiple
Higginbotham, (Building 902)-)
Sunday August 7 I Whatever else the 1950's may have brought Americans: it has 209.
ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL gone onto the books as the worst decade of disasters in the nation's Earline Jacobsen, and (Utilities- Class 6025R, however, near!
history. Jeannette Reilly; Supply, Beau-
0830 Service
of Worship
Cg30-Sund87 School, three- Nature, says the American Red I $117,009,383 for relief to the lah Wise; Comptroller, Betty Jo turned the tide with 207 poin
proving that Rese
Building Cross Disaster Services, "hit with stricken. Barthlow; Security, William Har- perhaps
year-olds through adults
personnel not bea
722; Adult ,Bible Class, Chaplain greater vengeance and destruc-' Listed among the major disaster den Jr., and Miscellaneous (Ad- ; First honor are "easy" )
Wolfe, in Small ChapeL tive force than in any other de- operations are the Kansas, Mis- ministration) Grace Caldwell, Hams man was C. B. Wil
0930 Service of Worship. cade of recorded American history souri, Oklahoma and Iowa floodsof (IRD-Raymond) Datres. of Class 6023.Congratulation .

1100-Service of Worship. ," taking a toll of more than 1951; the Eastern States floodsof are given Pfc

1830-Teen-Age, Senior High 29,000 houses destroyed, nearly 1955; the Western States floodsof I Daffynishun: Cards-A game- R. E. Heller who was named A(

Fellowship and United Fellowship 600,000 damaged, and leaving the same year; Hurricane Au- i in which if you play them and "A" School Marine-of-the-Week

of Protestants, Building 722 more than 1,600,000 persons .drey of 1957, and the :Mideastern lose, you're a bad magician butif When a class enters AO School;

and Small ChapeL homeless. States floods of 1959. you win, you cheated. as Class 6032 is listed to do next|

e e THE STATISTICS are cited ina Monday, a "class leader" is se-

ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL new Red Cross booklet, "A DOD Issues Memo To House lected. His duties include holding j
0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass. Decade of Disasters," which de- proper musters, insuring that all

e e scribes the 3,100 relief opera- Owners On Means Of Sale special instructions are carried
ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL tions carried on by thousands of
Naval Hospital volunteers and national disaster Washington (AFPSArmedForces ) each service during the mem- must also see that his classis

0615-Confessions. staff workers. families transferring to ber's period of ownership. If ready for instruction and in

0630-Mass. "Perhaps nature's destructiveness new assignments who are leav- he fails to notify proper authorities the designated classroom at the

0930.1015-Java Club. on the North American con- ing homes bought through an however, he may right time. Class leader is chosen

Serve tinent was matched only by the "in service loan" (Housing Act have to reimburse the govern- by the personnel chief, who relies

era when polar glaciers wrenchedand of 1954)), have been remindedof ment for any premiums paidon mainly on seniority.
e e twisted the to the his
topography necessary steps to com- behalf.

Christian Science produce the hills and valleys we plete a change of home own- Members are also advised to Hughes Co. Will Build
Tuesday, 1900, Small ChapeL know today," the booklet states. ership. consult the legal assistance of-
Oc\.up\\ --- DURING THE fifties, it ,says, Servicemen should notify ficer in any transfer of home Polaris Guide System

frequentlyarmeland, Fla., are the Red Cross spent a total of their commanders of any such ownership.If Washington (AFPS) -Hughes

color observed changing change, and DOD form 803 a man does not obtain a Aircraft Co., Culver City, Calif.,
bodies whitecah make half their "Why shouldn't I get too closeto must be filled out. This stops proper release of his mortgage has been awarded a $7,500,000

remains dark and the other half the fan with my wig on?" payment of the mortgage in- liability, he may later be held build
contract by the Navy, to
tterr1change: the surance premiums.The responsible for the
color and mortgage
pa blow
"You're too
to match their back g2 their skin young premiums are paid by if it is ,foreclosed. guidance systems for Polaris fleet

top. ballistic missiles.I .

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4. August 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Page I

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ifif BfB/ Desire ? CartographerEnds
( ,- ., : Escape Legion

; N1lIrl.S! > .. : Might Be Too Soft For You, Then I Lengthy

Thlrty-on aboard at new the Naval errivais Hotplttl were welcomed recently- So you want to get away- Well, be advised that the -The chow rates favorablywith Career HereRobert

with 19 being baby boys and 12 girls from it all having a run- French Foreign Legion is still that of the better Paris

The June 24 arrival was Gail Ann, to ning spat with your best girl, an outfit that separates the restaurants. The kitchens are Lansing was Secretary -

Harold Contribution Allen, J02 for, and June Mrs 23 Allen.were Brian maybe? When you were a kid men from the boys. stainless steel. of State, J 0 s e ph u a

t, Keith, to Earl Walker, TD2, and Mr. the solution was a cinch: Join But times have changed, and For enlisted men there's a Daniels was Navy Secretaryand
Walker; Deborah Ann, to John Blanker- the Foreign Legion. leather-upholstered clubhouse, Woodrow Wilson was in
if don't believe it witness
1, bicker: HAA1 1, and Mri. Blankenbicker; Joel That would be the life. Real you a 1,000-seat movie theater, a the White House when a recently
dt Burnette, to Earl Route, BMGC (Ret.); and the Legion headquarters at
Mri. Route, and Steven Patrick, to 2nd rugged Forgetfulness. Like Sidi-Bel-Abbes, Algeria. fully-equipped gym and a retired employee of
Lt. end Mri. Patrick Gurley. Ronald Colman- in "Beau 150-foot swimming pool. NAS Jax began his work,
Three girls and a boy born June 26 Geste" or "Under Two Flags." The base, which dates backto There's a simple reason for career.It .
were: Susan Elaine, to Edward Couture, Hard steel bronzed the 1845, boasts a modernisticbar this treatment
DC2, and Mrt. Couture; Richard Daniel, to as by preferred was 1919, one year before
Sahara sun, wearing a bitter where a visitor having a though. The Legion is uniquein
Albert McFall, IC2, and Mri. McFall; women were given voting rights
Leeana Marena, to Everett Poff, A01, and smile, ready for any dangeror drink finds that his money'sno that its'20,000 enlistees haveno and the year the Paris Peace Con
Mri. Poff, and Pamela Sue, to Robert hardship. good. home.
till vividin
Alho began,
AMI, and Mn. Alho.
Born June 27 were 'Michael Dru, to the memory of Huntley Cox.
Michael Sutton, A03, and Mri. Sutton; UNIQUE might be the word
Steven Charles, to Donald Keough, ADI, Credit Union
and Mri. Keough; Janice Marie, to Charles summing up Cox' retirement from
Deitz, FT1), and Mrt. Deity; Stanley Dwayne Federal service last Friday. He
to Ronald Hamilton, PH2, and Mri. Ham- : Lists NotableAchievements- led a unique life, enjoyed; unique
iton, and Ronald Joseph, to Joseph Edge,
things and had a unique job here.
PHI I, and Mri. Edge.
Births recorded for June 28 were He was the only cartographeraboard
Kathy Irene, to Melvin Woodruff, A02, the Station.
and Mn. Woodruff, end David Neal, to The Jax Navy Federal Credit cartographer
h Benjamin/ Evans Jr., AD2, and Mrt. Evant. To the a
Score for June 29 was 6-1 In favor of Union reported 10,018 persons says Noah Webster, is
the boyi. Born were Leight Newton, to were members of that organization "one who makes charts and
Nicholas Colquitt, PH3,, and Mri. Col- at the end of June,' Cox has been making
qultt; Greg Russell, to Russell Darnell, maps.
.' AB2, and Mri. Darnell; Matthew James, to Share holdings, or savings, of charts and maps for many yean
r James Roach, HN, and Mri. Roach; Non- this group hit an all-time high, in a career spanning the new and
n tombl) Charette, to Sgt. and Mri. Silat it reports, of $2,212,820. Average the old.
0i levine, Susan Ann, to Rufus Southerland,
share of each member
BMC, end Mri. Southerland; Mark Wil He came to NAS Jax the day
liam, to William Coe, FN, and Mri. Coe; ged at 22098. after Christmas in 1944 when the
i 'I Norman Mearle Jr., to Norman Grim, The CU also reports that 6,226 Allies were taking their knocksin
AE2, and Mri. Grim, and Dennis Edward,
to Lavern HollaU, CS2, end Mri. Hollatz. members have loans totaling ,... Europe- and the U.S. was tight
Born June 30 were Brenda Lee, to $2,122,516, also the highest on re 4K\\ -J ening its belt at home.

0e Ralph Lubbers, A03, and Mri. lubber, cord. The average loan per mem PRIOR TO coming to NAS.Coxwas
Stephen Lyle, to Edward Davit, ATCA, ber is almost $341.
and Mri. Davit; Stephen Proctor, to Wallace I employed by the U.S. Corps
Preston, MU3, and Mrs Preston In a recent issue of the Jax of Engineers in Jacksonville. He,
Jacqueline Ann, to Sgt. and Mrs Lliton Air News, it was announced a k\t\-\ \ started to work there about a

AE3 Baggett, and; Sherry Mri. Senders Marie,; to David Hoyt Wayne Senders, to, dividend would be paid of 4Jk% I week before Pearl Harbor, in

Dearl Scarboro, AN, end Mrt. Scarboro, for the current year, to be paidto -..-,-', ..",, ---. .....---...-.-
r" }, and Frank Joseph, to Joseph Corralet, members in good standing as VETERAN EMPLOYEE RETIRES Huntley Cox, (second i 1941.During his lengthy career at
RM3, and Mri. Corralet. of Dec. 31. from left) of Public Works Department prepares to cut lint the Naval Air Station, Cox worked -
piece from cake presented him by fellow ,a
I'i The Credit Union believes it ceremony for him last week. Cox a veteran Civil Service work- for Public Works Departmentin
Traffic Violators is not the policy of such an or- er retired after 26 years service. He was the only cartographermap the Civil Branch of EngineerIng -
ganization to say it is an invest- ( maker) working aboard the Station. Holding cake for himis Division.
Capt. J. Henry Etter, NAS Jax Public Works Officer, with
Keep Police Busy ment outfit. Rather, it feels that some of Cox's fellow workers looking on. Among his more notable assignments .
prime purpose is to render service here was helping with

and be known as a "service" the work done when the
Here JulyDuring Rose Colored Glasses
During group.It channel at Mayport was dredged

also feels that if, along the several years ago.
the month of July, some
230 tickets were issued by Sta- way, it can provide good mana- Donned For PolarisNow COX STARTED working in his
able to more
produce a
tion police to violators aboard native Philadelphia in 1919 then
dividend along with
the Naval Air Station. than average that the newest fleet ballistic submarine George followed Greeley out west to
services rendered its mem-
Appearing before the Traffic the Washington has twice fired the nuclear-capable Polaris mis- work with the Southern Pacific
bers should take advantage of the
t, Control Officer were some i09 sile in a successful launching (Air News, July 28)) U. S. Naval RR "for a spell."

cases, while the U.S. Commissioner opportunity.As it may be realized from the history is said to be two years ahead of schedule. He went back East to Philadelphia

of 23 violations. Credit Union's growth, it is nota The history-making "double' sile capable of carrying the destructive and went to work for the

Following offenses were com- closed corporation. Any military shot" was an event of two weeks force of an atomic blast. Department of City Transit.When

mitted during July: reckless person or civilian employee at ago off the Florida coast. It climaxed THE NAVY today has two Po- the depression struck, Cox, like

n driving, 7j; obstructing traffic, 4j; NAS Jax, NAS Cecil Field or'NS years of research and development laris-carrying ballistic missile i thousands of others, was out of

improper parking, 29j; failure to Mayport is eligible to join the to weld the elusiveness submarines commissioned, the work."I .

ea stop at stop signs, 12j; speeding, Jax Navy Credit Union. of a submarine with a mis- Patrick Henry and George Wash didn't know what work was
45j; faulty equipment, 6; inatten- ..'_ .. .....,.'.....!". ..: ,H.... ington. Officials declare that before from 1932 to 1936," he said, "uru
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. tive driving, Ij; involved in on- : Y. we sing "Auld Lang Syne" til I received i an appointmentwith

Station accident, 15; involved in another year, both subs will be Civil Service working on
A off-Station accidents, 7 and other st > sia .{..Yi' roaming the seas fully equippedwith the Blue Stone Dam Project' in

eekool offenses, 64. Polaris missiles. West Virginia."

The Traffic Control Officer i There are three more launched ANYTIME COX muses about

next handed out 32 restrictions; 2'' ( but not yet commissioned.They early days he loves to tell about

se- restriction and CO; 17 received are the Theodore Roose- the giant strides made in Jack-

ling warnings; 10 cases were dismissed velt, Robert E. Lee and Abraham on ville and vicinity just since ht

all ; 3 were indefinitely suspended Lincoln. All three should be came here in 1941.

riedlass ; 7 sent to the CO for action, commissioned within i i eight He helped several

and 28 violators were suspended. months. inns in developing a few Privatel

Of the tickets issued during I Four other Polaris-carrying ing projects right after WWII, .
l in July, 9 were forwarded to other i submarines being built are the cluding a couple developments'n

theJsen commands for action ,and 1 was Ethan Allen, Sam Houston, Murray Hill and, Ortega. /
transfered from NAS Jax and no p ri Thomas A. Edison and John Mar- r' '
dies further action was taken. There shall. They should start comingoff "I can remember walking to

were 15 accidents by privately the "ways" in 1961. the Riverside Memorial;Cemetery -

owned vehicles and by govern- THE NAVY'S budget calls for on an old dirt road with
five more Polaris-firing subs high pines lining the.,way This
vehicles 7.
ment ,
awaiting q 4g \ \1 bringing the total to 14 authorized is now busy Normandy Blvd.,"
Some 56 tickets are c.. ..'"
I through fiscal year 1961. he related. ...,
disposition. o-:
The Polaris program, through Now that he's'retired from the

ilif., Wife, sighing: "That new most of its testing phases,. has Federal service he doesn't planto
.so de ----- proved successful. Last March completely"end all activity. In
1,000ulld couple next door seem REACH EMPLOYMENT MILESTONE Capt. Thomas B. .
voted. He kisses her every time Haley, NAS Jax Overhaul and Repair Officer, (Mi) presents after nine out of ten successful act, he claims, he'll keep just as
he comes homes. Why don't you 20-year Federal service pins to six veteran employees of the tests, the Navy ordered a speedup busy at (his home at 1018 Talbot
fleet do that Naval Air Station. Receiving pins are, from left, Roy Lindiey, in the program and said funds Ave., not only thinking back on
William Deckert, George Twiis, Elvin Hamilton, Oswald Hale also pzJnI
Hubby: "I don't know her that and Walter Poley. Also receiving a pin but.not present for the totaling $52 million would be a rewarding life but
well." ceremony was Arthur McLeod. made available for extra work. ahead at new avenues.lIIi -

r- JAX AIR NEWS 4 August 1960

Omfrm A -

&WdaI Equipped Copter Reduces r

MAS Jax Mosquito Population 9000Early.

morning risers and, fk ;
alike have I', "In order to utilize Navy craft ground spraying equipment,"

late sleepers may over civilian property," contin- said Comdr. Stains."FOLLOWING .
heard a helicopter
seen or over the southeast ued the commander, "permissionmust the aerial spray-

hovering be obtained from ing we noticed immediate
Station several SecNav. an reduction -
section/ of the
of 90% in the mosquito
mornings last week. It's pur- "We covered 2,00 acres in about
population Comdr. Stains stat-
pose was an emergency spray- 2 days with HIDAL. Some 1,200

ing measure to combat the gallons of concentrated insecti- ed.The YK.e
amount of insecticide used
largest mosquito populationIn cide were used, in the early
not harmful
was to humans fish
many a year at NAS Jax. morning and late afternoon ,
The' or game. Auto paint was not af-
helicopter, alternately piloted spraying. .
fected by the spray but cars near
by Lt. I. W. Hastings, and
A. "We,also avoided housing areas the spraying area will undoubtedly -
W. Wilkinson, ADC/AP
and industrial areas, mainly be- need :
a new wax job
O&R'Flight Test, is especially designed -
cause that is not where the "The spray concentration is
for spraying.
problem is located. Heavy vegetated different for ground spraying thus
\ THE 'COPTER is rigged with
areas are the main trouble the recent warnings in the Plan
equipment. HIDAL is a
Helio spots for mosquitoes, also some of the Day," concluded the Dis-
Insecticide Apparatus Li '

quid kit. It was developed I spots that are inaccessible to ease Vector control officer. ;; 'j"i Ii .,...m-:.....:; .......: ......+".-<-...;0'-'.., .,'",TO ..,. -
originally "
.....,.,..... .
--- -- Lt. A. J. Smith (left of O&R
at Cherry Point, N. C. and PEACETIME ACE ) Flight
.i.x: ,Test, mans spray gun while Lcdr. J. H. McGlothlin O&R Quality
redesigned here at O&R, (Air' Control Officer, applies mosquito stencil. "Ace" Lt. I. W. Hast

News April 21.) Ings (with helmet).of O&R Flight Test enjoys the proceedings.

HIDAL is basically a set of > Lt. Hastings has bean dubbed a "peacetime ace" for his role in
attached 'F: : :" ?; : IN piloting the HIDAL helicopter in mosquito control operations.
sprays to HSS and
HUS Following the spraying last week an Immediate reduction in the
helicopters. It is designed to operate .Y.n "skeeter" population was noted.Industrious .

between 75 and 100 foot

altitudes. ..t............... : 1 p1 -" .
AE'B' Trio
According to Comdr. G. S .h

Stains, Officer-in-Charge of Disease

Vector Control Center, Puts Idea Into PracticeAn
ground spraying of mosquitoeswas

not proving to be effective so industrious trio which is 'fast becoming known as

HIDAL spraying was done as an the "Three Masterminds" at Aviation Electricians Mate

emergency measure. J School. Class B. have "struck "again.

heavy rain- The three, P. G. Flores, AEC:
fall this'summer speed and barometric
was responsiblefor and E. W. pressure
R. R. Fick, AEC, ASgt.
raising the mosquito popula- Huckleberry, who have put their present when aircraft are flying.&

tion," said Comdr. Stains. "We ideas together on other projectsat Operation the ASA/14 can be

have set up New Jersey Mosquito the school, have added some- duplicated now without flying.
light traps throughout the Students are reported better-
thing new to their stable of crea-
station. With these traps we can tions. able to understand the ASA14by

determine the mosquito index." observing the gear and its
successfully adap-
Th es e. traps are basically a many components in actual oper-
,ted the supply and other
metal cylinder, light bulb and a ? 'f ?-% t f ? b ;" s'J;,;?, : power ation.
references from a D-l AutoControl -
Mason jar. The central section Is BY SUBSTITUTING a bad
Trainer to an ASA/14 Dead
a cylinder of 22 guage galvanized ., ,,.,. ,..R:} component for a good one, stud-
< 'P.i: $: <;c#::: :f.Y.:;>:>' :,,} :! : ::!; }y Reconning Tracer to be effectivein
metal twelve inches long by ents become familiar with the
classroom teaching. '
9 inches in diameter.To peculiar operation caused by this

the outside of this cylinderare ........ ____.. m..........._ It took some 44 man-hours to change.
attached three pieces of metal "I'LL GET 'EM" Says Tom Tracy, AA as he humorouly make this change, necessary in Should the same situation oc-

which are extended below to portrays a "mosquito killer.. In reality, though, an O&R helicopter order to utilize the simulated air cur again, it would be quickly

serve as legs and above to equipped with HIDAL kit accomplished this Job' tailsfaclorlly recognized, thus minimizing
last week. According to Comdr. G. S. Stains. Officer
port the top. An electric fan is in-Charge of Disease Vector Control Center the mosquito'pop- Sub To Make First trouble shooting.The .

placed inside the cylinder whichis lation was the largest in many a year this summer. Ground gear was used with its
then attached to a Mason jar. spraying was not effective for the "mucho" number of mosquitoes E-W Arctic Venture present changes for the first timeat

THE TOP of the trap is a so emergency spraying was done by HIDAL. Washington (AFPS)-The nu- AE "B" School this month

cylindrical cone of sheet metal clear submarine USS Seadragonwill with graduation class 5947.

, 15 Inches in diameter and six make the first east-to-west The ASA/14 is essential for

1 inches high. A light bulb is plac- CIVIL SERVICE under-ice transit from the Atlantic modern, long-range navigation

J ed:on a level with the open space to the Pacific in August. and rescue operations in con
; between the lid and junction with VW and
the top of patrol-
; News In Review Skippered by Comdr. George P.
the cylinder.The type aircraft.
Steele II, Seadragon will leave
trap is examined daily to: New London, Conn.,'travel under

mosquitoes. I A change in regulations regard- the North Pole, and end her voy- Col. Sollohub Becomes
or more mosquitoes ing adverse actions against em- sion must go into merits of the
age at Pearl Harbor, where she New Engineers' Head
I means that ground spray- ployees has been announced by reasons when adjudicating an .appeal will join the Pacific Fleet Subma-

ing must be, effected., the Civil Service Commission.In the court said. rine Force. Col. Paul D. Troxler has step-
ped down as District Engineerfor
"When we checked the traps the change agencies are re- .
k9t; ':? :: ': iL the .
',. .. Army Engineers' Jack.
: recently," commented Comdr. quired to cite specific reasons for I ?? ;?E:; ?: : }::::?:Co: :.::}:::} :
being succeededlast
; Stains?: "there were 500 or more taking adverse actions against
week by Col. Julian
V. Sol-
, mosquitoes a trap. Thus it was employees rather than basing the lohub.

j imperative, that HIDAL be used actions solely on an "unsatisfac-

, on the Station." tory" rating. A Court of Claims Cot Sollohub served during

"IN ORDER to aerially spray, decision brought about the WWII with the 32nd Division in

the base we first had to obtain: change. the Philippines. Other principal
assignments have been with the
permission from CNO. Permissionwas
I The case specifically
Construction Agency in Eu-
granted subject to spraying
veterans, but the Commissionis
rope and with the Corps of En-
on only. No
Navy property spraying extending its regulations to ap-
or drifting on to civilian properly gineers in Japan.
ply to all employees. In the past
was 'to bq permitted at any- agencies could discharge and cite

." he reported. "unsatisfactory performance Tom: "My girl turned me
an -= r '
down. I have nothing more to
the The Commission

rating" as
i"'a'1t\a Native Is Named in reviewing appeals for live for." I might as well slash my

A E School Graduate dismissals, never questions the throat.

AEMAn s t lad Sydney Ruffo, reason for the "uns t." Accord- Dick: "Wait a minute, pal,

quired theCllia.irhope, Ala., ac- ing to the court, such action _.t'w._..___?__'a_? :_sr.a__.._ mm.TO_ Tn ,..ill don't lose your. .head.. "
uate title recjj001 honor grad- won't do. "IT WORKS!" Exclaim this trio at AE "B" School at
An "unsat" rating, of itself, NATTUnlt. R. R. Fick, AEC. P. G. Flores, AEC and ASgt. E. W. The employee was limping
Ruffo, who gtw. I Huckleberry are shown testing their latest improvement. By badly. "What's the matter "
to Al
July 22 class at %d with toetrician's the court said, Is not sufficent adapting the power supply and other references from a D-l asked the ?
Elec' establish cause for discharge. It Auto-Control trainer to an ASA/14 Dead Reconning Tracer, foreman.
Mate Schoo\Uon C added that the reasons for the simulated flight conditions without flight are now possible. "Got a nail in my shoe."
J" heads for at laN A. Student is increased
not duty be comprehension by illustrating the operationof
jores in the Azores Islands Le rating In specific the gear and its many components as it would actually be "Why don't you take it out?"
This means the Commis- used in the fleet. See this
given. story on page. "What? On my lunch hour?"




4 August 1960
1l JAX AIR NEWS Paga 5

Jax Navy Fares I

! Top Cage Slate
\ Well In Monthly

Pislol TourneyJax Promised

Navy shooters showed their Locally

smoke to the rest of the field in \

the monthly pistol match at the
NAS Jax range Sunday.The Jax Navy basketball fans may have a bounteous harvest
this coming season if ambitious Special Services plans arc
shoots to all
open comers, nut _into__ being..
are held each month with this
Lcdr. Charles Hooper, Special
month's entry list coming from should be issued around October
Services Officer, Frank McCaf-
NAS Jax, NAS Cecil Field, Marine iQ first. It's been heard that no holds
}y frey, athletic director, and other
Air Detachment, NAS Green k will be barred in trying to securea
are beginning to map
Jax1' Police top-notch attraction to represent
Cove Springs, Pistol! plans for an attractive cage slate
Club and unattached civilian Jax Navy on the boards.In .
for Jax Navy this winter.
participants. AROUND 35.40 games are saidto addition, a professional traveling

WINNER IN the Master Class: be expected to be booked with team is being sought to.

was Jax Navy coach A. C. Johns, r top service and collegiate quin- play date,at Mainside gym, very

registering a score of, 1671, close possibly a team the caliber of the-

ly pursued by Jax Navy's G. D tets.Although choice of a coach is Harlem Magicians.

Carapellotti, with a 1665 tally.In still up in the air, the Fliers I The Naval Academy varsity is

the Sharpshooter Class, A. should have several veteran per- 'booked to play in the Gator Bowl

Aguilar of MAD captured the --" "**"" i i mtimmmm mmgm fmmimiimBma Bi mmimtisamBmieKmaHmaBiiiUBt&inimimmm formers on the roster, including Basketball Tourney at the new

top spot with a 1550 score in a ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING Part of the group which 61'Al Sheppard and Warren Jacksonville Coliseum the last

close run with Jax Police pistol- attended the first organizational meeting of the year for the Rouse, almost as lofty as Sheppard week in December. <-*
Fall intramural bowling season at Mainside is shown receiving
man Tom Anderson, who scored unit application forms in the meeting held at Mainside gym. at 65.Sheppard Although there's been nothing

1547 points. Presiding at the meet is Frank McCaffrey (left) Mainside athletic was selected to play decided either way, it's possible

THE MARINES' J. W. Rogers director. Some 26 teams have signified Intention of entering with Memphis Navy, 6ND winner that Navy would meet the Fliers,
bowling play this fall. The season is tentatively set to begin
last winter in the Southeast
tallied 1642 to best at least in a scrimmage.
points Cecil Aug. 22 and run through Dec. 1. Another organizational meeting
Field's Dennis Mahnke, with 16- has been carded for tomorrow (Friday) at 0930 at Mainside Regionals.

23 points, in the Expert Class.B. gym. FIRST CALL for candidates Ortega All Stars

M. Hogue of Green Cove

registered a one-point win in Braves Return Take NE Florida

Marksman Class firing, 1579-1578,

over teammate R. C. Mars.In Home Aug. 11, LL ChampionshipThe

an event for beginner shooters

S Al Harrington copped first Face HornetsThe Jax Navy Ortega All-Stars,

e place in 22 caliber firing in the riding on the: four-hit hurling of

Tyro Class, while aggregatescore Jacksonville Braves, at Ronnie randy, downed Indian

e in this event went to A. L. last showing signs of getting back Fliers Pull Down Shade River, 7-2, for the Northeast Flo
into the South Atlantic
. Clevenger, with 1453 points. League rida Little League championship
JI.e pennant chase, are on the road Saturday at Fernandina Beach.In .
this week, returning to Jackson On Baseball CampaignThe
winning the District ,
SHORTCHIPS ville for a week's stand August
the Jax Navy Ortega Stars earned

4 11. Jax Navy Fliers started late and ended early in l the right to compete in the

s The Charlotte Hornets, league bringing the curtain down on the 1960 baseball season here! State LL Tourney which started

'- pace-setters since early season, early this week._ yesterday at Lake Wales.
lined will furnish the opposition Aug. Ft. Gordon's Signalaires were ,
Two tournaments are up The Jax Navy Twin All-Stars
11-12 with the Knoxville Smokies the Fliers and downed the locals,
d for the NAS Jax golf course late final opponents of the season forFliers' finished third in the tournament,
then moving in for four days. 4.1 and 6-0, in a two-game settoat
l- this month, following months of Mason Field. tripping host Fernandina Beachin

e relative inactivity at the sprawling Servicemen are admitted to Farings an earlier game, 3-1.
home BILL WARREN pitched the
Braves regular season
s course. Name AI R H Avg. If the Ortega Stars win the
first win for Ft. Gordon'spowerful
Renovations being made to the games for 60 cents upon present- Savage, Ib 96 8 15 .150 game locals'Don State meet, they'll advance to the
ation of ID card. Martinez, uf. 80 3 8 .100 club with the
:- especially the Southeast Regionals at Raleigh,
playing area,
Gadlon, II 77 11 17 .220 Ward absorbing the loss.
y greens, are expected to be finished To get to the ball park, go to Wetlowlkl, 3b 61 6 9 .147 Ward started out well but ran N.C. Succeeding tournaments will
g and the course completely re. the downtown area, turn east on Kramer, cf 40 5 11 ..275Vargo be the Eastern Finals at Pensa-
into trouble in the third
opened for play soon. Bay to a dead end, turn left,onto 2b 43 5 9 .209 inning cola and the Little League World
Samples, rf 21 0 3 .142 when his mates committed a cou-
s There is a Junior Tournament Florida Ave., right on Adamsto Sweeney, d 62 11 19 .306 ple of miscues.Joe Series in Williamsport, Pa. the

e scheduled Aug. 23 with eligible the park, or turn right off Clark, uf. 13 1 1 .076 end of this month.
Williams took the final
10 0 0 .000
Kirchoff, C
11il participants for the first meet Main St. onto Forysth, instead of Wililaml, p 25 7 5 .200 game defeat and he, too, was Grandy's feature tilt win was
dependents of senior members of Garlt, 40 5 6 .150 his second of the tourney, the
St. p
Bay, left at Washington plagued by Flier bobbles, with
r the course. Ward, p 24 1 3 .125 slick hurler having also won a
right on Adams to ball park. Miles, p 26 3 2 .076 eight being committed in the fi- shutout affair. Bill Hudgins also
Players will be divided into nale.
and pitched two wins, both via the
two groups; 14 years of age JOE ANGLE in pitching the
over and 13 of age and goose; egg route.
years win for the soldiers turned in a
under. Competition will be via L Leading the hard-hitting, well-
near-perfect tilt, facing only 29
balanced Ortega squad in hitting
match play, with handicaps. batters and dishing out a mere
Second round is slated the next two hits. were Scott Ayers, with a .666 bat

day with the third round set for The Fliers ended the season mark in the tourney, and Dan

Aug. 25. Entry fee is one dollar; with a 4-24 record. At no time in Bowler, who hit for .636.
prizes will be awarded to win- Smashing homers in the event
r the campaign were they able to
ners and runners-up for each muster a solid offensive.The were Ayers, Grandy and Don
flight. Casey, who each smote one
1 club finished with a team

The Junior-Senior Tourney is batting mark of .181. Bob Sweeney apiece.

slated Aug. 28, with play heldon discharged from the Navy in

, a medal. basis over the 18- i1 i1k mid-season, led the pack with a
. hole distance. .306 average. i Q 5 PORT 2:1:

I 1I Entry fee for this event is also ----.

one dollar with prizes i to be The owner of the house an- 1. When was the National League /

awarded winners and runners-up. r y.} /' swered the bell to find a friend, of baseball organized? .jf'

whom he hadn't seen for some 2. Ty Cobb spent his entire

Non P a r eel S t. :. .. .. %x,; <': .: time, at the door along with a major league career with the'De.
f. large, shaggy and rather muddy
J. troit Tigers. True or False?
Don Bragg of Ft. Dix, N. ,
dog. 3. In what states is Paul Pen-
brought the 1960 Olympic tryoutsto
smashingthe / Inviting them in, they sat in the der recognized as they middleweight -
I a brilliant climax by ''
the pole : : : : living room and talked about old champion of the l world
for ,
vault world with record an effort of 15 feet .! :" ', ,,;, !< .;; .7' :\' ,+; times. The dog, after sniffing 4. Who has won ,he National

berth on the around, finally hopped on the League home championship
9V4 inches to cop a
I" couch and settled down for a the most timesFAnswer]
Olympic squad.A "SKIN OF TEETH" PLAY Bill McKnighi. (left) of the nap much to the host's dismay. ( to Quiz)
pair of Baltimore Colts stal- 691st Air Force Squadron of Cross City. Fla. is caught on a close Finally the guest rose to leave. .uaui' qcltvll 'rjzoA
and catcher Howard Massengill in the final "ieupl
warts, end Raymond Berry play at home plate by "
linebacker Shinnick temporarily round game of the Air Force sub-district tourney held at Enter "Aren't you forgetting your dog? bN putt IJJ..nq)8I'lIN: 'C
[ Don battles prise Field aboard NAS Jax last week. The 691st won the game. said the host."Tf1at's }latqlY Rqcf'p.nqd 1.1'111"1 ltzuo0
[ idle from gridiron The 76th and 691st, both with one loss apiece played another not my dog," said the ; 8H .efie3 .
: 181'" .q1J1IJJ
currently undergoing in the double elimination affair with the former winningand
[ are game '
(training at Ft. Meade, Md. taking the title 16-i.<< Host 679th lost in the first two rounds. guest. 1 thought he wasyours" / 9191 1




r- 1960l


.. .. .. ,

, Underwater Fuel Storage Tank Being Tested For NavyTesting ,: Classified'' '1! '' ', ]: 7 f

,,< .. A" ., .' ,j ,
has begun on an under. I Marchand oil fields off the Louisiana interconnected to a common header ess forming a rig over 80 feet ''' .

sea liquid storage system developed I coast and submerged approximately in actual operation. long and 33 feet wide.IF FOR SALE

for the Navy by the U. S. 52 feet on the Gulf's Under the plan being evaluated THE UNDERWATER stor- 4-bdrm home-2 baths, fen yd, Ig dryIt

Rubber Co.TESTS seabed. by the Navy, the future be- age system proves feasible, the near schools, on quiet street. $1,200dn
WILL demonstrate a no clo cost, $88 mo. SP 11301.
low-the-waves warehouses would could be adapted by the
While the container is one of concept Ortega Hilli-3 bdrm, 2 bath, Fla. rm,
flexible 1200-barrel prototype the largest hold more than a million gallonsof Navy to establish fueling stationsat din rm, Ig kit, end gar, cen heat, patio.
underwater tank developed on a ever fabricated, it's fuel, enough to supply several various points for Fleet ships, Low dp| payt, terms, price $18,450. Capt.
contract with the Office of Naval regarded as only a segment of destroyers and smaller vessels. submarines and even aircraft. E. P. Mertz, EV 87229.
technical an undersea fuel system able to Ortega Hill$-3 bdrm, swim pool, $1,500dn.
Research Equipped to receive and discharge The underwater container could Baker, EV 8-0587.
of the Bureau of Suppliesand Fleet serve as an emergency cache for liquids and capable of also be used for storage of gaso- Creitfield-3 bdrm brick home, $550dn

Accounts.The ships. being joined with similar containers line, lubricating oil and crude oil paymts $77 per mo. B. J. Stephens,

prototype tank consists ofa FULL SCALE storage containers the tank being tested is at offshore oil operations, and EV 9-4328' or ,Trade-Pink after 1700&weekdays.Sale White '57. mobile

50,000 gallon rubber container would be in the range of 25,. held to the ocean floor by a tub. 'possibly fresh water and other home, 1 10x51 1 ft, 3 bdrm, will trade EquityIn

towed to a point in the Bay 000 barrels and several would be ular steel frame and nylon harn liquids. with sm bal or late model trailer, 8
ft. wide & 2 bdrm. M. D. Horchler, SP-

FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION Normandy Village-3 bdrm, CBS, kit
equip, fen yd, FHA mtg, Equity $1,200,
4 : .: will consider 2nd mtg, paymts $78 mo.
S. H. Coker, ACC, Ext-752, or EV 4-4386.
Lix 3 bdrm, brick home-Pine pan, kit, sep
LOYALTY din rm, Fla. rm, attach gar, swim pool.
I Q a run unlv Io $1,200 dn, bal $95 per mo at 41%, or
, 10..0(110110" t will rent for $150 per mo. Daniels, EV

\ U N 4-3692.
M s Cedar Hills E.tate.-3 bdrm, 2 bath,
\ I
\ C "f" Fla. rm, hdwd firs, fen yd, gar, 41% GI,
o Fc $86 per mo. D. C. Anthony, SP 13205.
aYx Ortega Hills-3 bdrm, 2 bath, carport,

equity for $1,300. Capt. Morgan, EV-
Eight delegates of Branch 126 Y eki'ni a: x .giq :Lwo' ***yro ttiK tr 89949. '

are currently attending the L Oak Hill-3 bdrm, bath, hdwd firs,
Southeast Region Caucus in *:u carport, ven bids, 15 min to NAS, GI fin,
Chattanooga, Tenn. ctAi.U $900 equity, mo paymts $62. Stout, YN1,
; SP 1.2419 or ext-268.
Comprising the group is Jim $ Ortega Hills-3 bdrm, U bath, Ig fen

Murphy, Wilson Sandefer, Lowell : bk yd. J. A. Scarborough ADC, ext-8161.

Lorbeer, L. P. and J. R. Whit- FOR RENT
Murray Hill-Furn, 3 rm apt, elec: kit,
mire, J. K. Hollander, A. W. Mid-
$12 wk.
per Z. B. Korlj EV 8-0265.
gett and E. M. Hankins. Unfurn 2 bdrm house-Newly decor, Ig
i'sailry >''k
They're hoping to help pass S ..i4 Sr:9 .,:F,,' : c s ,tcs : yd, $55 mo. Olsen, SP 12242.
legislation there which will urge ::. s .. : lei + 3 '"'qs Southside rm apt, kit equip, near
schl. Call Margie Overatreet after 1700,
Congress to give the military another RA 57626.

pay raise, increase the Jax Beach-3 bdrm apt, 2 blks of

basis allowances for quarters, and ocean, yearly ocpy. Call Mrs. Padrick
after 1615' wk days, anytime wk ends,
to make BAQ a permanent law.
DIGGING TO CHINA? No, and men in this photo are EV 73658.
Yukon Branch 126 is now the not digging a iwimming pool in a hangar, either. But this U the lake Shore-Furn apt, $85 per mo
twelfth largest branch among 225 site of new expansion and improvements at Power Plants Division Unclaimed Goods 4572 Appleton St. R. K. Wirth, PO 8-1276.
branches throughout the world.All of O&R Department. A consolidated electroplating shop is Waterfront Space, Furn Apt-6 rm, air
being constructed combining aircraft and ,engine electroplatingareas Facing Sale cond, suit for cple, adults only, no pets,
career enlisted men in the of O&R. Expected to be completed in January, the new $90 per mo, avail. L. J. Kwontler, EV-
regular Navy or Marines on at development consists of two additions, one in Building 101 and Patrons of the NAS Jax Navy 8-1436.
least their second enlistment are one outside the building. Exchange with unclaimed Furn Apt-liv rm, kit, bdrm Ig clo
spc, $54 per mo, Incld util. Mrs. A. M.
eligible to join. FRA. Their wivesare property at the Radio and TV Laasch, EV 9-8357.

eligible for membership in O&R PLANS. NEW Repair Shop in Building 39 Efficiency Apts-Furn, 2 rm, cony to
the Ladies Auxiliary. Dues for should pick the property up if all, near 5 Points. W. E. Varnadoe, EV-

man and wife for one year are it has been there for more 74996.
11 dollars. 'PLATING SHOPThe than 60 days.
Rider Wanted-Riverside or Murray Hill
Regular monthly meeting of After Aug. 8, all unclaimed area 08001630. Dot LaPan, ext-671 or
the Branch is slated to be held Power Plant Division of Overhaul and Repair De- property that has been there 348.

I Thursday, Aug. 18 at 2000 at the partment in Building 101 is the site of a new improvement I for the past 60 days will be Swap De.ired-AD2 on shore duty In
Jax area desiring shore duty In Pensa-
meeting hall in Yukon. expansion.
I, sold.' cola area contact Wm. F. Kennedy, AD2,
The Auxiliary is scheduled to "Completion of the project is
plating shop designed to reduce Center Hangar Maint., NAAS Whiting
meet Thursday, Aug. 11 at 1930, expected by mid-January 1961," Field, Milton, Fla., or call Mrs. Kennedy
maintenance costs and speed pro- wk-days, EV 9-7711 1, ext-720.
also in the meeting hall. reported Alton D. Fryer, O&R
Production Engineer, who is the duction. The new development 4.h. 4 Ride Wanted-From 7313 Warner Dr,
combines the aircraft and engine Ortega Hills, to Bks. 723, 08001630. Con
Branch 91 of FRA is Project Engineer.IT .
planningto ar"a
electroplating areas of O&R. tact Kay Warr, SKC, EV 4.1318 or ext-
hold a barbecue dinner at the IS A consolidated electro- 361/8143.

Fleet Reserve Club, 8554 Roose- The development consists of

velt Blvd. on Labor Day, from Chlorine LeakContinued two new additions. One inside WWII Vets Loan

1400 to 1900.Tickets where a new exhaust, system is 4 : "aq

at $1.25, may be purchased ( from Page) underground replacing the old Deadline HikedSome

from any member of the job must wear conventional gas overhead version. Old equipmentwill

Branch or by calling NAS Jax masks. Although it never has be replaced by new electro- 220,000 Florida veteransof

extensions 605 or 231. All members been necessary to use it, a hose plating equipment and tanks. WWII will be eligible to apply
for GI home loans
for another
of FRA are invited. mask is available. It would be The 65 by 100 foot inside addition
two years under a new law
Next scheduled meeting of used if the concentration of gas will be connected outsideby

Branch 91 is Aug. 25 with the became too heavy for the regulargas pipe to a new 20 by 85 foot + signed July 14.

Board of Directors slated to meet mask. Air can be pumped to waste chemical treating plant. The new law extends the

Aug. 11. Elected a delegate to the the person recapping the cylinder THE OUTSIDE addition will deadline for WWII veterans to

Southeast Region Caucus in Chat with a hose mask. neutralize harmful, poisonous apply for VA-guaranteed home,
All the chlorine for farm and business loans and also
tanooga, Tenn. is Harvey Miller. chemicals from the electroplating -
Anyone interested in joining use of the water plants and swim- shop before they are dis- ? 1.y extends for two more years the

FRA Branch 91 should contact ming pools are stored at Supply.In posed of in the river. This partof direct loan program for both

Carl Smith at extension 559. the past two years, only the plant will house a pump WWII and Korean Conflict vete-

Dues are eight dollars a year. three or four have developed a room, equipment storage rooms t rans.

leak, says W. H. White, leading- and two large concrete chemical The latter type loan is for those

man, Water Plant. tanks. veterans who live in designatedrural
The Water Plant is responsiblefor I a areas where GI loans are
\ ScoutingAlthough Because of high maintenancecosts
chlorination of the Station's not obtainable from local lending
of the outmoded electro
water supply.CHLORINE. institutions.The .
plating area built in 1942, the
preparing to leave for is used universally deadline for Korean vete-
government has allocated $500,.
p 1w home at Roosevelt Roads, throughout the country as a rans to seek VAguaranteedloans
COO for the new development.Fryer .
k't\c) Rico, VW.4 has still been means of purifying water sup- [ does not expire until Jan.
added that it will be
storfis busy hunting tropical plies.Water 31, 1965, B. J. Gannon, officer-
of the largest improvements in
Thej.. used by a family of four in-charge of the Jacksonville VA
O&R Jax expansion since 1956.
the big )'earon is due to start for a year can chlorinated Office announces.

> Aug. 15 and ex' with the addition of less than --
pects to GI home loan interest rate .
Boss "I never heard remains
: a man HI THEREI This
mSe the ProceedA three tablespoons of liquid clo-
ings by o unchanged at 5V4 percent.
talk so fast in all my life. waves at the camera be.
new trai1\\ ber. fore taking a dip in the sea.
Ross: "He comes by it naturally. -
produced in the"dam has' been She's 18-year-old Janet
VW-4, titled "Hunar area of What makes it hard to save fora His father was a tobacco one of many teenage charmers If It's NewsCall ,

ers." \T\ Hunt- rainy day is the way it keepson auctioneer" and his mother wasa decorating beaches this sum Jax Air News

raining. mer.

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