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 25, 1960
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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23 Whitehats

a ';4e .Q i.y i.
Finish A3D

Class At O&RTwenty

three bluejacketswere
presented graduation
certificates last Friday by

Capt. T. B. Haley, O&R Offi-

iii! I Li I U cer This the, for Course.A3D course successful Aircraft was the completionof Maintenance first of-

its kind held at NAS Jax O&R.

Another group of 26 men is expected -

to start training on Sept.
1. Other Navy O&R's have simi-

.., ,.....,... .... ..., lar programs on different first
.y" "' "- 7' "mRnnm IX":<< :Nn "AI'" r'-- "" """ 'imn -"' fm1:o'\\?' "lIm_ line operating aircraft.
Thomas B. Haley, O&R Officer o THE GROUP was given on-
presents graduation certificates the-job type training for six
io 23 enlisted men who last months.
Friday completed the first A3D AD rating trainees concentrated -
aircraft maintenance course
held at O&R. Engaged in on- on inspection, installation, and
Ihe-job training for six months J1IX nj3wsVol. ground checking of the J157 jet
the trainees have been given engine. AM'S stressed metal
assignments to East Coast A3D
operating squadrons. Another work and the hydraulic and rig-
group is slated to begin a new ging systems of the A3D. AE's
class on Sept. 1. worked on the electrical com-

ponents, their installation and
USAFI Night 18 No. 25 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 25 August 1960 hot-check. AT and AQ trainees

....... "D'D' '__ ________ __hhh_______ probed the operation, troubleshooting -
and repair of the various -

Classes May Components radar and used.other electronic

CIVILIAN instructors, skilled
Begin LocallyInterested artisans of O&R, instructed the
trainees in addition to performing -
their regular production du-
in completingyour tg i t

high school education or ties.The trainees were shown the

gaining a few college credits shop procedures, use of tools and
NAS Jax I &'E is mak- and
Sf t.a vdocv < testing equipment, finding
ing plans to make an off-duty correcting of discrepancies, mod-

group study program available ir' 4v4F ifying and replacing parts, prin-
through the United Sta- ciples of operation, final check-
tes Armed Forces Institute.
out and making ready for ser-
According to Lt. (jg) J. Green,
r. .._ } vice operation of the aircraft
I&E Officer, the organization of i
with all its incorporated systems.
any course depends on the enroll- ff
RELATED classroom instruc-
ment of at least ten
tion was given in a three hour
"RIGHT NOW." she said, "We session each week for each rat-
are just getting the word out to Ing. Systems and theory were
military people to see if we can explained by visual aids, lecture
get enough interested in the and study publications. Such

classes. We have to get the peo- _,-,.-,,""- _D---.. ,""" ""__"" "'D-_ (Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 2))
ple signed up before we can request THAT SET ENDURANCE RECORD-A flight of 20
the funds for the classes." 33 minutes over the Atlantic: and Carribean area
"If enough people show inter- Prize by Crew Seven of Patrol Squadron 18, based at Units Give
be endurance record for P2V-7
a new a
est in the classes we'll get the
bomber. Official confirmation of the record by the
qualified instructors and hold the Lucky is anxiously being awaited. Crew mem ToChileans
classes in the evenings," Miss the historic flight were, kneeling. (left to right) $2283
Green said. W. Honour, patrol plane commander Ltjg( ) R. G.
At pilot: Ltjg( ) W. K. Stuckey Ensign J. O. Barnes and
HIGH SCHOOL courses plan- Standing (left to right), J. L. Sullivan AO1
ned are: General Mathematics, The Naval ATN3: J. L. Belton. ADI; W. B. Taylor ATI
Beginning Algerbra I and II, Ad- of the ATN3; N. R. Flagg AT2: and P. Arrington, ADJ3. Navy military and civilian personnel -

vanced Algerbra, English and ing a in the Jacksonville area
American History. Courses on a depositor combined to contribute a totalof
college level include Russian I, somely from Sets Unofficial $2,283.24 to the emergency

Spanish I, Speech I, English The Bank appeal for funds for the Chilean
Composition I and U. S. History the next disaster Relief conducted in July

I. millionth Hop Record and August.
Education Departments of most been in Although the appeal was to
states accept USAFI high school The lucky have officially closed July 15,
courses for credit toward a high to make unofficial long range endurance flight record for several units were late in report-
school diploma but credit for ceive a $500 I Neptune aircraft has been established by Crew ing. Personnel of some 20.activi. -
college courses is subject to requirements bank has SQuadron 18 it was learned here this week. I ties in the area joined the nationwide -
of the institutionfrom crew under Comdr. appeal to alleviate suffering -
According Barcelona."Q geon, compiled medical statisticson
which credit is sought. Clements, patrol plane com- crew fatigue and morale. All of the Chilean people
: squadron executive struggling to recover from the
Interested should thousand
persons con- safety requirements were rigidly
the Neptune in con-
tact the I&E Officer, Building fore the adhered to and when the flightwas devastating earthquakes and vol-
955, extension 618 or 8556 before mark. The operational train- completed the necessary fuel canic eruptions which hit Chile

Sept. 10. made in reserve was available. in May.
was conducted in LARGEST SINGLE contribution -
The crew consisted of Comdr.
Carribean areas Honour, patrol plane commander; I among commands and units
VA-15 Valions hours and 33 min- came from NAS Jacksonville
Lt. (jg) G. R. Duffey, co-pilot;
new squadron rec- which tossed $828.75 into the
Lt. (jg) W: K. Stuckey,
Tired and happy to be home Station was 17 hours, pilot; Ensign J. P. Barnes, navi- fund. Other large contributionscame
after a seventhmonth Mediter- VA-15, a by Lcdr. W. L. from NATTU, $350.41 USS
gator; J. L. Belton, AD, first ;
ranean cruise, personnel of At- Air Group crew on a flight plane captain; P. Arrington, Saratoga, $321.50; NAS Cecil Field,
tack Squadron 15 returned to pendable to Jax on March 1, second plane captain; W. B. Tay- $259.79; and Naval Hospital, $130.

the familiar confines of NAS performance lor, ATI, first technician; W. W. HERE IS A breakdown by other
Jax Wednesday.With pons mission thus sets Parks, ATN3, second technician; Navy units participating in the
the aircraft landing at Sixth Fleet. new record for a A. J. Katsikas, ATN3, third tech- appeal: Fleet Air Jacksonville,

NAS Tuesday under the lead of confirmation from nician; N. R. Flagg, AT2, fourth $90.60; Patrol Squadron 18, $88.87;
Comdr. J. Patterson, Jr., skip- ercises as Headquarters. technician, and J. L. Sullivan, Patrol Squadron 16, $52.70; Navy
per of the unit, most of the 125 Regex and maintained ordnanceman. Area Audit Office, $41; Naval
squadron members arrived after ions of aircraft per- Patrol Squadron 18 is com- Station Mayport, $33.15; NAS

the attack carrier Franklin D. liberty ports Lt. J. C. Flack, manded by Comdr. R. A. Sampson. Chapel, $17.50; ComNabSix, $9;
Roosevelt moored at Naval Naples and Eleven flight sur- (Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 5)i) i

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Page 9 JAX AIR NEWS 25 August 1960

-S Last Time To Get, E-4, E-5 Pro Pay AspirantsSetSightsOnNovember

Your Portrait In

HAS, ..I.cbOIIYifleClpt. Anniversary BookIf
Jimtt R. Reedy Commanding Officer Many NAS Jax men and women will soon be digging
have not had
Comdr. Robert Nelson __ Executive Officer you your in foot lockers and bookcases for correspondence booklets,
photograph taken for the 20th
NAB Six? Fleet Air JicktonvflleFleet
Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig _. Commander Anniversary Historical and and training courses. All this will be in preparation for the

Capt. Griyiton H. Weber Chief of Staff, Fairfax 'Pictorial Review, and are still upcominJ- pro-pay- nvamc.
Capt. Nelson M. Head Chief of Staff, NAB Six Proficiency Pay Examinationwill
Air Wing EUve. interested, you still ,have time.
be held Nov. 1, for qualified
Capt. Renfro Turner, Jr Commander Publishers of the book,
Capt. Murlin W. Alley people in pay grades E-4 andES
Chief Staff Officer which is elated to appear in
Naval Air Technical Training Unit who are serving in critical
mid-October have outlined'makeup
Capt. Robert ). Fleming Commanding Officer I a and outstanding effectiveness
Comdr Marlon K. Smith Executive Officer schedule to catch all ratings.
Naval Hospital stragglers of units which have'already
Capt. Wllllem L Engelmin SUCCESSFUL participants in
Commanding Officer been visited by the
Capt. John 0. Feder _. __ Executive Officer photographers. the (P-l exam will receive a payboost .<
NARTU of $30 a month in Fiscal
Capt. F. H. Holt Commanding Officer Personnel who missed being
Year t
1961. ,
Comdr William M. Miller Z: .:th
Executive Officer photographed in their units are
Only personnel serving in nine
Printed commercially with rton-epproprleted funds In Jacktonvllle, Florida et no requested to report to any of select ratings and in pay grade
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1928. the following places at the fol-
Distributed! free of charge to military end civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, lowing times. Uniform for enlisted E-5 will be eligible for the P-2
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air award of $60. Those ratings are
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital. personnel will be white AT, CT, ET, FT, GS, NW, RD, S
Service Information Officer ...,_ Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnls Jr. jumper and neckerchiefs; for RM, or SO.

Assistant Service Information Officer _' _- Andrew H. Nancy officers and chiefs, summer In addition bluejackets wishingto
Editor-Gordon Robbie Feature Editor-Mae Spencer, J01; Staff Reporters-Sandy khaki and caps.
qualify for P-2 must have
Martinson, JOSA; Sam Bowman, SA. Photographer-Roscoe Carter, PH3. Friday, Aug. 26 At Build-
The Jax Air News la e member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material ing 103, 0800-1100; Hospital been receiving P-l pay for six
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs, Ward B-5 at 0800-1100 and at months prior to January 16, 1961.
unless otherwise credited, official ;
are U. S. Navy Photographs. THOSE PEOPLE recommendedfor
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone ex conference room of O&R plant P-2 and who are not awarded -
tensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. division, for O&R employees
P-2 because
pay of allocation
only at 1300-1950.
limitations will be automatically
.b1I Monday, Aug. 29 At Build-
T : considered for the P-l award. MIDNIGHT OIL Robert
ing 200 conference
room, 0800- Critical ratings are : AB, AC, Walls, RM3, of NAS Communi-
1130; at Service Information cations, is just one of many
-P? I i iici Office, room 238, main administration AE, AG, AQ, AT, BR, BT, BU, Bluejackets who will soon be

building, 0800- CE\) CT, DM, EM, ET, FT, GS, IC, burning the midnight oil for

1130; and at Mainside Gym IM, JO, LI, MI, MM, MN, MR, for the pay November grades pro.pay E-4 and exams E5.

lobby, Building 3, 1300-1600. MU, NW, ON, PM, PT,, QM, RD, '


: 4 Change In Military TM, and UT.Outstanding. Planning

effectiveness Russian ClassInterested

$ Leave Noted For ratings are: AD, AK, AM, AO,

BM, EM, CS, DC, DK, DT, EN, in learning Russian?

Federal WorkersAn EO, GF, GM, HM, MA, PH, PN, NAS Jax Information and

PR, SD, SH, SK, YN, and Re- Education Office has made plans
t Office of Industrial Rela- cruiters (BuPers controlled). for a beginning class in the Rus- ,
tions Notice advises that recently sian Language. This class will be, ,ace
enacted legislation, now authorizes given under the USAFI Off-Dutjrl:; :'
f'J4. Reserves and National Guards- All Saints ServicesTo Group Study Course program. !

men who are Federal employeesto Fourteen students have jUst

obtain their excused absencefor Be, TelevisedThis completed a seven months coursein

training duty on a fiscal year coming Sunday's 1100 Russian I. In that time they \

basis rather than a calendar year service at All Saints Chapel acquired the ability to read,

basis. aboard the Station will be televised write and speak conversational

This change will not authorizeany on WFGA-TV, channel Russian.

; '.,h: additional period of absence 12. THE CLASS WILL be taughtby

COFFEE HONOREES-Three for training duty with the Armed Theme of the program will Harry Glass, civil service em-

3 EmployeesHonored for Public their Works outstanding employees efforts, cited, Forces, but will permit a greater be entitled "Together We ployee, who has devoted his timeto

enjoy an informal chat and cof- degree of training opportunity Worship," with Senior Chap- teaching his native languageof
At fee with Capt. Henry Etter, for Federal employees since the lain Charles Beatty conducting Russian ot students in Jax.
(rear) Public Works officer, in Armed Forces administer these the services, assisted by He conducts two evening classesin

the their latter's office. Honored for training duty programs on a fiscal other Protestant chaplains. the Jacksonville Adult Educa-
PWD work were (left to right)
Mitchell French, Mrs. Bernad- year basis.Heretofore tion Program in addition to his

ette McCowen and Mrs. Jewel regulations as con First Steno: "How do you like class here.Persons.
tinues to Department con- Knowles. tained in NCPI 105.5, have pro your new boss?" interested in enrollingin J

standing services acknowledge of its the out- mission, Securities and Exchange vided that military leave for em Second Stenos "Oh, he isn't so the forthcoming class may

with three more employees workers- Commission and with the chief ployees who are members of the bad, only he's bigoted." "What contact Chris Jones, PNSN, I&E 1

added to the growing list of postal and communications officer reserve components of the ArmedForces do you mean bigoted?" Office, Building 955, extension (

those whose efforts have been in Frankfort, Germany. would be considered on a "He thinks words can be spel- 8556.

t cited by the Public Quantity and quality of work calendar year basis. led only one way." There will be no charge for the

ficer. Works Of- well above that normally expected I ... "" ., __.._.__ ___ class but at least one night a 1
Mitchell H. French, Mrs. Bern- of a clerkstenographerwon week attendance is required if (
adette McCowen and Mr. Jewel for Mrs. Knowles' her out- the student is to maintain a good (
standing honor. Currently standing in the
serving class.
were special guestsof (
in the
plant account sect-
Capt. J. Henry Etter, Public ,
ion, she has worked
as secretary w
Works Officer. Captain Etter for the assistant Public Works Of- : + Fleet Reserve :'
each month calls in his out-
and Special Assistant and
standing employees for an informal also acted as secretary for the News NotesBranch
chat and coffee.
FRENCH, A PAINTER in the Public Works Officer.
91 of the Fleet Reserve
Maintenance Division, was cited Association is
planning fish
a fry
for his improved Ohioan Snares NATTUAE
methods for accomplishing on Friday, August 26 and a bar- ]

jobs. An employeeat School HonorsClass beque dinner on Labor Day, Sept.
PWD since 1951, French is 6012 of the Aviation El- 5.

noted for his know-how of ectrician's Mate School graduated Both dinners will be held at the
blending paints which enable Fleet Reserve Club
8554 Roosevelt
him and the department to do August 19. Donald W. Stroub, Blvd. e'

fine work in the shortest time. AEMAN, of Findlay, Ohio, was >..au.. Tickets may be purchased from Ii

MR. McCOWEN, a clerk typist, honor student. the Club for a donation of $1.25eac

was honored for her efficiencyand Stroub has been transferred children under
to ; 12 years of

loyalty to her job and fellow VR-6 located at McQuire Air ::{i:2 age, 60 cents.. 11l

employees. A government Force Base in Trenton New Jer- .: All FRA members are invitedto nl
... .... .. ....... ._.. . both
employee since 1940, Mrs. Mc n. ':-<: .; --1'1::..:::::;:.<; ..,.:"".........;;:...':o.:} :r events. in
sey.Class HEADING FOR NEW HOME-These wives and children Next scheduled meeting of 1 b,
Cowen has worked for the Nat- will soon be settled in
new homes
the at
class Roosevelt Roads
reserve Rico. Among the three Puerto Branch 91 is set August 25.. Anyone "I
ural Security Agency, War De of the Aviation Ordnance School, of Airborne Early planeloads of dependents of personnel interested in joining Branch
Warning Squadron
partment, Department of Commerce also' had Dennis J. Butz, AOAN, they wait for their flight at NAS Operations Four flown building.from Jax The, 91 should contact vice president oti

U. S. Civil Service Com- as its honor student. Hurricane Hunters of VW-4 are moving their home port from i Carl Smith at NAS Jax extension sh
NAS to Puerto Rico. 559.

25 August 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

I Navy Asks Fleet Reservists Reconsider; Others To ReturnNavy I .:': NA TTU.P- -

Has asked Fleet Reserv
ists and those who have been approved for transfer to the duty with the reserve, applica- thorizations to transfer to the

approved for transfer to the Fleet Fleet Reserve are being askedto tions for return are being sought :fleet reserve. He wants those in \ I

Reserve to reconsider.It defer their transfer for at from first class and chief petty all rates invited to reconsider

is least one year. officers who have less than 28 their decision and agree to remain -
hoped, reports Navy
of combined active and .on duty for at least one
Times, that the move will help THE NAVY WILL also consider years
and who hold more year.
fleet duty
hold the Navy trained manpowerat applications from inactive

authorized totals.In duty reservists not on the open one of the open rates. Those ratings particularly in

the two moves by the Navy, rate list for return to active duty ADM.ARLEIGH BURKE. CNO, demand are: chiefs in .the SM, Aviation Electronics School "A"

some in the Fleet Reserve now under broken service conditions has asked commanding officersto RD, SO, TM, NW, ET, OM, CT, By the 23rd of this month eight

can return to active duty for a without loss of rate. interview men in their com- PC, JO, MU, MM, BR, IC, PM, reserves had checked into the

minimum of two years. Those For those already on inactive mands who have received auiYMy SV, AT and PT rates.VAP62 school and more were on the

:.,... vx.txw; w..w,.........w..v..x.-w....w..ww....:. ..r..y.n..wwr.. way. They were all slated for
NAS : : class 6035. Class 6013 graduated
Beauty Shop Men last Friday.

Undergoes BigRemodeling Find Africa port The that Administrative while this is Offices not a rec-re-

ord year for enrollment, thereare

JobThe InterestingDetachment to date 735 students in the

: "A" school.
NAS Jax Navy Exchange
19 of Heavy Photo- I Class 6025 was honor class last
Beauty shop will be closed next
graphic Squadron 62, the Atlantic I week. Their class leader is Jimmy -
week for a remodeling job. I
k e Z Fleet's only long-range heavy D. Rakestraw.
The reception area will be en-
4 photographic squadron, home- CHIEF RAYBURN of Phase VI
larged and furnished with i the
based at NAS Jax, is currently has just recently returned from
latest in occasional chairs and
serving in Africa.Officerincharge. Leadership School here at Jax.
settee especially designed for the }
Lcdr. Robert His was the first class to gra-
NAS Beauty Shop. The area will
Roemer, and his detachment, left duate from the new school for
also have
a coffee table.
s. for a series of photographic re- chief petty officers.
conaissance missions in late June Probably one of the happiestmen

been designed to match already and is expected to have obtainedfull on the whole base this weeks
installed equipment in both ,
{ }; who became the
and coverage by early October at Chief Bayko,
style color.
which time the detachment will father of a daughter last week.
The shop will feature a cen- .
return home.
tral air conditioner
and heat
School "B"
pump unit. This unit will providemore Since the detachment's deploy- Aviation Ordnance
Larry K. Bryan was honor man
even distribution of cool ment to Africa, some of the crew
of class 6015, which graduated
enjoyed overnight hops to such
and warm air as the season dic-
tates. FIREFIGHTERS RETIRE-Chester E. Moody and WilliamJ. exotic ports as London, Naples last week.
Owens, two firefighters attached to the Fire Division of News travels fast and probably
and Rota. detachment
THERE WILL BE an additional Security Department, were honored upon their retirement last per- knows that former
two booth units and three Tuesday. Moody leaves after almost 16 years as a firefighter and sonnel have taken guided tours everyone
dryer units installed. Owens departs after 35 yean as civilian and military fire. through many intriguing African Lcdr. Farrell attained the

The righter. The two were honored at a retirement luncheon held settlements and have related that full commander last week.
grand opening of the new- by their fellow employees. Moody and Owens are shown receiving Student Slants says "Congratula-
continent is inter-
ly decorated shop will be held appreciation plaques from Capt. Herb Ellis. Left to right are the entire an tions! Incidentally, for those of

Tuesday, Sept. 6. Ellis, Moody. Owens and Fire Chief Don Moran. esting place.
you who might have forgotten, a

full commander is no longer addressed -

Forty Aboard Live Orchestra To as "Mister., ."

R CIVIL SERVICE The chiefs of AO "B" School
At usa DanceThe
For Play I have planned a little luncheonat
MATTU's"SeaFam Volunteers of the Month the CPO Club for two retiring j

News In ReviewThe j Dance is slated tomorrow (Fri members of the clan. The lunch-

IV"I day) at the USO Club, 331 W. eon, planned for two chiefs, will

I Forsyth St. in Jacksonville. honor first Chief A. M. Carstar-
"SeaFam IV" familiarization Service Commissionhas
a Civil
adjective rating system. Music will be by an orchestra phen, who retires on the 29th.
cruise for non-rated revealed it has distributed to
per- furnished by the Jacksonville The other chief who retires the
sonnel at NATTUnit, got under- Federal agencies new classification -
Legislation by Congress to per- federation of Musicians, Local middle of next month, will be
way last Saturday with 40 men standards covering five occupational -
mit automatic deductionsfor
salary 444. Dance hours will be from
in later column.
embarking for including named a
a two-day cruise areas, a
Government and postal em- 2000 to 3000.
aboard the USS Hunt (DD 674), guide which provides a new ap- ployee contributions' to the Com- Approximately 20 people in

out of Naval Station Mayport.As proach in classifying most of the munity Chest and other charity As a tune-up for tomorrow'sevent AO "B" School would like to use

the ship pulled out of May- government's basic and applied dance classes under finder this thank
drives is being urged by the President's of opportunity to say
port, heading for the operationarea research positions some 16,000in Rais- "Gabby" are
Committee on scheduled for tonight at the club. you to CPO Howard A. Spence.
off the
coast of Savannah number.
ing within the Federal I It is a little known fact, except
of the used to classify
men were busy Standards are The President's Committee has
white collar Coed: "How did you decideto among the above mentioned 20,
berthing spaces. A tour most classified, or subcommittee to
appointed a "
of the vessel was conducted and jobs in the Federal service.In of such become a pole vaulter? I that Chief Spence, for five weeks
study feasibility a Athlete "When I little .
: was a
the "boot salts" were divided into addition to scientific research in his
and work out the details. father all- a row, gave ,
boy me an
two divisions, Engineering and the occupational areas. According to reports, Govern- day my sucker and told me not to I free time to hold extra classes
Gunnery. for which revised standards are
ment employee unions, which waste the stick." for those desiring them.
Later all hands of the include electric
NATTUnit now beingdistributed heretofore have always frownedon I

fell in on the fantail to observe accounting machine opera- change
such a plan, might
drill and gunnery practicedon tion, exhibits work, recreation, their position and support such a -

a flown target and the first and patent classification.The proposal. The unions see in it a ,

day closed with a movie. Sun- guide to classification of ob- ;
device to get a long-sought
day Hedgehog firing exerciseswere research positions is responsive to jective-a voluntary automatic un-

conducted for the new most of the criticisms which have ion dues checkoff system in Gov-

"salts", followed by church ser- been leveled at classification in ernment. They feel that if the 'StFy y/4.

vices. "Shots" were administered recent years by the scientific charity deduction is approved, q

to Reserve personnel of the community.It they could get the dues checkoff
crew. takes into account the contributions -
of the 71k
I system approved as part
The group was accompanied.by and qualifications of same bill.Employee.

Ensign R.W. Gill of Training Fac- the researcher, provides the union leaders have

ilities and one petty officer. means for collaboration of scient- always felt that a dues checkoff

Skipper of the USS Hunt is ists in the evaluation of the job, system would be the greatest

Comdr. F. R. Guest, Jr. and underscores the Commiss- boon Federal employee unions

In general the cruise was con- ion's concept that supervisory responsibility ever received. This is becauseof f:

sidered Some is not a requirementfor in classified
a great success. present turnover
even mentioned that they would classification to a high grade. employee'unionism, primarily because -

like "to try it again." no adequate voluntary col- r -L
The Civil Service Commissionhas
will lection system has been devised.
endorsed a bill that revamp -
A psychiatrist saw a
the present Federal em- Unions cannot collect dues on
member of the profession run-

ning down the street one morn- ployee performance rating sys- government time, with the result

ing carrying a couch on his tem. The bill, which the Com- that collecting dues is a major

back. He called to his friend, mission hopes the House Civil problem. The employee,of course, --
?" EXCELLENT INSTRUCTOR-Capt.R. J.Fleming, (left) com-
where going
"Hey, are you Service Committee will act on, must agree to the dues checkoff manding officer of NATTU, presents the Schoolmaster's Trophyto

Without breaking step, the. would give agencies authority to system before the government Courtney D. Ray, AOCS.. Chief Ray won the award in IheSchoolmaster's
other doctor called over his. competition earlier this year for excellence as
shoulder, "House calll" abolish the present mandatory deducts from the paycheck. an instructor.


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Optometrist Works (1Jj/l/g/ ;/ lIJlIlIIR1! :

At NAS DispensaryDon't F f } ?k.tg ; m..ofF1fIfi1' ii. t. '00 1.

>'".. .;" .;'';!>':-:<: '........ .. .J;. 0'<'0"" "''''''' ,o.,, ,.., :,

be surprised if you have your eyes examined in Seventeen boys arrived et the Naval I
the near future and a hospitalman performs the examination.He wl Au rty Hospital delivery ward' recently while
16 "checked In.
is Joseph S. Fontenot, HN, a doctor of optometry. Cur- T tai; :5 x Births of July 15 Included Nicholas

rently he is serving as an assistant in the eye room at the ioTa'3 Wayne, to Thomas Dickenon, GM3, and
NAS Dispensary. Mrs. Dickerton; Ronald Alan, to Lt (fig| )
Tt is rather unusual to have a doctor ass unpd as n: hnen-? and Mn. Ronald Richard; Loulnda Lee, to
u -- ---- ----0---- -- ----r- Y.# Richard Raui, TD2, and Mn. Raui; Mark
talman, but Fontenot says he is 4 James, Lt. and Mn. James
to Boatley
; "
him to drop the school. He then
happy to be working in his pro- ; } Wendy Marion, to Sgt. and Mri. George
fession. went to boot camp and hospital Bennett; John Rushing, to Charles De-
HE ORGINALLY ENTEREDthe corps school at Great Lakes, Ill. witt, SFP3, and Mrs. DeWitt, and Thomas
NAS Jax is his first duty sta- Neal, to Thomas Ford, AM3, end Mrs.
Navy in 1959 and was sent Ford.

to OCS. But circumstances forced tion.At Born July 16 were Joanne Sue, to
the eye clinic he helps exa- 'Ia CWO and Mrs. William Ditch; Therese
mine 10 to 15 patients daily. He Lynn, to Norman Robertson, BT1, and Mrs.
NATTU MilitaryPersonnel Robertson; Charles Wells, to Charles
performs refractions, eye exa- Lowry, HM2, and Mrs. Lowry; David Neal,
minations and if need be, pres- to S/Sgt. and Mrs. Myron Davidson, and
Office cribes eye glasses.LT. : Debra Denise, to Max Eichlnger, HN, and
Mrs. Eichinger.
J. P. BARRECA is the L V? Six arrivals entered the world hereon
Has Unsung HeroesNATTU doctor in charge of the eye 1\\ July 17. They Included Gary Joe, to
Charles Guest, Eli, end Mrs. Guest
has a group of "un clinic. He also serves as a flight -;... "' _"-":'._>>.WM.WN". sung heroes" whose "behind the surgeon for VW4. THE EYES HAVE IT-Joseph S. Fontenot HN, a genuine Hudson; George Patrick, to Lt. end Mrs.
scenes" activities from dog- Asked how he became interested doctor of optometry, examines a patient's eyes with an eye Allan Place; Marvin Leroy, to Marvin
range in optometry, Fontenot said refraction machine: one of the several instruments used in eye Hooter, FN, and Mrs. Hooter; Scott Alan,
tag distribution to changes of, examinations. Fontenot is now carrying on in his profession at to Robert Dutcher, AE2, and Mrs. Dutcher -
orders. "Well, I have always liked work- the NAS Jax Dispensary.Consolidated. and Teresa Elaine, to Paul Smith, TD2,
ing with people and I chose op- and Mrs. Smith.
The heroes are the men and
tometry as my profession after I David Charles, born to David Corson,
women connected with the Mili- met an optometrist in high school Surplus Sales FTA3, and Mrs. Corson, was the lone arrival
tary Personnel Department at of July 18.
NATTU, whose countless services who helped me become interested Born July 19 were Melanie Renee, to
in the subject. Howard Cox, SN, and Mrs. Cox; Susan
ized.performed are not always real- Fontenot is a graduate of the Activity Opens On Sept. 1 1A Annette Brock; Cherryl, to John! Anne Brock, to, A02 Robert, and Roesch Mrs.,

THE MPO SQUAD under the Southern College of Optometry, Consolidated Surplus Sales Office which handles all AN, and Mrs Roesch; Jill Olsen, to Ltg([ )
Memphis, Tenn. and holds doc- and Mrs. Walter Spivey William to
a ; Joey
direction of Comdr. T. E. Green-
tors degree in optometry from surplus selling for the services east of the Apalachicola River, William Carter, PRI), and Mrs. Carter, and
wood, helps all military personnelwith the University of the Southwest will begin operations on Sept. 1 at NAS Jax. Robin Mary, to Robert Cormier, AN, and
such problems as mess pas- NAS Jax is one of eight Navy selling activities to performthe Mrs. Cormier.
ses, liberty cards, special requests Lafayette, La. functions of a Consolidated Leading the parade for July 20 was
and other forms needed Sales Office. pointed to study the sale of sur- Bret, born to Richard Martin, AK3, end
Surplus The CSSOs
Mrs. Martin. Others born this date Included
by single and married persons. AF Shorts Are DroppedIn have been established in 25 geo- plus goods. Geographic areas of Dennis Eugene, to Donald Bentley,
This is all done to make their Clothing Rule Change graphical areas to provide a .single responsibility, service assign- YNCA, and Mrs. Bentley; Brenda Angela,
stay at NATTU as comfortable consolidated sales office to ments, and resources availablewere to Earl Williams, AD3, and Mrs. Williams;
and Washington (AFPS) Shorts determined. Joe Wesley, to Robert Proctor, EON3,
problem-free as possible.The conduct sales of surplus propertyfor and
Mrs. Proctor, and Jeffery Scott, to
I&E Office, Career Ap- and knee-length socks have been all military installations within Capt. Bernard. L. McCreerywill Eugene Koze, BMC, and Mrs. Koza.
prisal, Classification and other dropped from the male airman's a market area. I .be officer-in-charge of the Rounding out the list are three birthsof F
offices under MPO help service initial office, while T. E. Forrest will be July 21t Kelly Maureen, to T/Sgt.t and
clothing allowance in the THE ORGANIZATION of the Mrs. Lenoard Skinner; Terri Ann, to Peter
personnel in many ways also. latest revision of Air Force regu- offices began in November 1958 supervisory property disposal officer Orsburn, AE1, and Mrs. Orsburn, and
Enlisted Personnel Office un- lation 39-54. I of the activity. Phyllis Kay, to Calvin Aday, AE2, and
der the direction of Lcdr. K. R. when a Task Group was apTOYS -I THE OFFICE will be housedin Mrs. Aday.

Chapman, helps enlisted persons Q :.K .. building No. 450 near the main --0-
by keeping records uptodateand gate. The disposal yard will con NATTU Plans August

all problems that arise with tinue to be located on Highway EM Birthday DanceIs

minimum inconvenience to the 17 slightly south of NAS Jax. your birthday this month? '
men. Before an item is declared sur- If so, why not celebrate the occasion -
THIS OFFICE EVEN goes to plus, it is reported to the Armed at the August Birthday

the extent of sending letters to Forces Supply Support Center, Party and dance at the EM
parents of students insuring that I Washington, D. C., which screensit Lounge at NATTUnit.
he has arrived safely and what for use by DOD. Utlization and "Melody Mal" will be on hand
he will be doing while he is donation screening are made priorto to provide music and young lad-

here. selling items. ies from Jax will be there to

Officers reecive help in trans- Service educational activitiesare share in the festivities. and danc
portation, housing and informa- given the opportunity to Select -
tion concerning their new com- from the list. Then the not- ing.All hands are invited to attend
mands from the Officers Records wanted items are listed by the regardless of when their birth-

Office under the direction of General Services Administration,, days occur. Personnel whose
CWO J. J. Carryl. to federal services. birthdays do come during this

These offices exist primarily .< yl.: ....,,. xt FINALLY, STATE AGENCIESsuch month, should register with Mrs.
to provide help to all personnelin as the Surplus Property McHugh, Building 593.

career planning, education, advancements I Dept. of Florida Development .....,M_," .. ,............. ............ .........._..
and to generally im- Commission are invited to screen

prove their life in the Navy. Thisis the list.

the primary function of the These agencies make property
t available to schools, CAP, hospitals -
"behind the scenes" in NATTU's
men -
kt: .. .i.e5.s.: .., cL'.i.ca .... .... ... prisons and Civil Defense of- o 4
Military Personnel Office ficials.
TOYS TOYS and MORE TOYS-This is only a wee
and the departments under it.Navy small section of the fabulous Navy Exchange Toyland in Build- Only when items have been rejected -
ing 590. Early Christmas shoppers will find well stocked shel- by all screening agenciesare }
ves loaded with the latest in dolls, automatic gadgets, books, they declared surplus and
games, etc. Toyland will officially open on August 31 at 1000.
Wives ready for sale. ci
Sales will be held on a monthly
Fabulous Toyland'A basis so that each holding activ-

Corner I ity will be able to clear its sur-
plus monthly regardless of quant- ?

Mrs. Pearl Smith, president of OpeningGot
Navy Wives Club 86 has calleda ity.Maj.

special meeting for 1930 Aug. your Christmas shopping and also by children's age groups. Powell Takes Over
31 at the Dewey Park Clubhouse, done? Think it is too early? Notif Another innovation for the har- Fla. MC Recruiting

for the purpose of electing dele- you want first choice at the rassed shopper is the new lay- Marine Corps Major David D. .'
gates to the October national Navy Exchange's Fabulous Toy- away plan. The plan enables Powell has assumed the duties

convention held in Charleston, S. land. purchasers to pay one fourth downin as officer in charge of the Mar- ? :
C. Toyland will be open August Sept. and one-fourth there ine Personnel Procurement Act- 4 (
Also to be elected is a new 31 at 1000 at its new location in after until the item is paid. Oct ivity for the State of Florida.

parliamentarian. It is importantthat Building 590. ober purchases will be one-third All Marines Corps Recruiting ,, '. '" .._ ..1II .a
all members attend the meet- A variety and outstanding selection down per month and one-half functions for the state will come SCREEN SISTERS-Joi Lan-
ing.At of toys are on display. down for November toys. under his jurisdiction. Head- portray sing (left listen) and Barbara in the comedy Nichols

1845 the finance committee This year's Toyland is designedto Hours for Toyland are Monday quarters for the Activity are in hit "Who Was That Lady."
meets the same evening in the aid the busy shopper. Toys through Friday 0930 to 1700 and Jacksonville with offices in the Here in gowns from that film,
ante-room. I are divided according to types Saturday 0900 to 1200. Post Office Building. eramanI the two gals pose for the cam-

25 August 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5

Attention Non all Pareils golfers I There 11 Entries Vying For

will be an intramural fall golf ,

meeting in the Mainside Gym

Sept. 2 at 0930. All members of 6ND Softball Honors
units aboard the Station who are

going to field a team are urgedto Bulletin

attend. Two clubs were eliminated following second round actionin
the Sixth ND Softball Tournament underway at NAS Jax.
Football season is near and in NAS Cecil Field eliminated NAS Sanford. 5-3; and Pensacola
Navy ousted NS Mayport. 5-0; other victors Tuesday were
order to get the pigskin season Green Cove over NAS Atlanta. 6.3; NB Charleston over NAS
rolling, there is going to be a Glynco. 1.0 in 10 innings; and Memphis Navy tripping NB Key
meeting in the Athletic Direc- West. 64. .. .
tor's office on Sept. 6 at 0930 to If Jacksonville Navy intendsto I
successfully defend its Sixth tered include Jax Navy, NAS
discuss rules etc.
Kickoff date
iII Naval District Softball Championship Sanford, NB Key West, NB
should be
soon after Labor
Day. ':&, it is going to have to Charleston, NS Mayport, NAB

I Memphis, Pensacola Navy, NAB
The Mainside do it the hard way. The defending -
will be the
NS Green Cove Springs,
Fliers dropped a 7-6 Glynco,
of another
scene season of Vol-
leyball. But in order to start verdict to Memphis Navy in the NAS Cecil Field and NAS At-

opening round of play Mondayin lanta.
knocking the ball over the net,
there will be a meeting in the the 6ND tourney being held There will be three games today -

Athletic Director's Office Sept. 7 at NAS. (Thursday) starting at
at 0930. / Sporting a 14-6 season's record 1630, 1830 and 2030 at Enter-

the Fliers had high hopesof prise Field; Friday's action will

Athletic Director Frank Mc- adding their second straight begin at 1000 and again at 2000.

Caffrey says the Mainside Gym crown. Although they outhit The finals are expected to be

will be open for use followingthe Memphis 10-7, they were not held Saturday.

Labor Day break. Thereare able to bunch their hits. Tom
Lueebert hurled the win for
many activities which take
Memphis, giving up all 10 hitsa Chicago Bears
place in the gym such as weight-
free and whiffed six.
lifting, basketball, ping-pong and pass
I a host of other sports, which will Larry Williams of the Fliers absorbed Meet Redskins
the defeat, giving up
[ help Navymen in their body-
seven bingles, while walkingseven
[building efforts. i.
t and fanning three.In Here Sept. 3

other first day action NAS
Bowling League will
showed signs that it
open action Sept. 9 at 1900. A Glynco When the Chicago Bears invade -
must be reckoned with, by edge-
meeting will be held Sept. 6, at Jacksonville to meet the

[the Mainside Lounge T. V. room. mm..._._ ..m..n.. ing tough NAS pensacola, 1-0. Washington Redskins, Sept. 3,
SAFE A of NAS Memphis sliding Joe Taylor limited the Goshawksto
All wives of enlisted personnel MILE-Ralph Grogg goes them to
their coaches
welcome. into third in action taken during the first day of play Mondayin one lone biggie, whilb his expect
the Sixth Naval District Softball Tournament now underwayhere mates touched Jack Douglas for have more zip at that time of
at NAS. It looks as though Bill Morris of Jax Navy has the six hits. Terry Bassett won the year than any other time in
|Scouts Stumble Before ball but it got away from him. Memphis went on to down the
defending champion Fliers 76. fray for Glynco with his homer.
Girl Combine 15-2 Key West looked good in' This year Coach George Halas

Boy Scouts 131 of NAS bit the .Fall spanking NAS Sanford, 7.1; NAS has streamlined the operation.In .
dust in their annual diamond fra- 39 Clubs Open Atlanta rolled 'past Naval camp at Rensselaer, Ind., Ha-

cas with a female contingent,fall- Station Mayport, 9-5; and Naval las has cut morning and after-
Ing 15-2 before the strong Volks- Base Charleston got by NAS noon workouts by an hour each
Ten Pin TodayFall
wagen-Gator Girls of Jax in a Play Cecil Field, 7-2, in other games. over the schedule of previous

Softball melee last Friday nightat Ten clubs are entered in com- years.

the Hospital Field. intramural bowling competition (A) vs Grocers; Waves (B) vs petition. with action continuing THE BEARS will visit Jack-

No sooner had Capt. W. L. En- is scheduled to get rolling ComFairJax (A), and OPS Ord vs throughout the week. Clubs en- sonville Labor Day Weekend for
this week the Mainside
gleman, CO of Naval Hospital Holy Rollers. their Saturday night (Sept. 3)

thrown out the first pitch, the Alleys as thirty-nine teams begin Wednesday, August 31, Con- Novice Tennis PlayS charity encounter with the Red-
action in three leagues.
Volkswagen lassies made their tinental League, at 1730, Butchers skins.
The American League will
presence known and proceeded to vs Supply (A), A/C Maint. For Washington will arrive Mon-
bowl Mondays, Continental Sept.Eight
score in almost every inning. and National (B) vs MARTD, and The Raidersvs day, Aug. 29 and spend the week
I league on Wednesdays, NARTU; at 2000, FAETU (A) entries have been received working out on the scene.
League on Thursdays. (A) WAR Ad- far for the NAS Jax
vs Disbursing vs so Reserved seat tickets selling for
HERE IS THE schedule'for I
Cola Combine coming action: up- ministration, and Alley Kats vs Novice Tennis Tourney scheduled $4 and $2 are available at the

Waves (A). to begin about September 12, Tourist and Convention Bureau,
25 National
Thursday, August ,
Snares Babe Disbursing on the Navy Exchange Courts. 307 Hogan Street, both over the
I League; at 1730 O&R vs -
The crystall-ball gazer collected Marine Aviation Detachmentleads. mail.
counter by
(B), VP-18 vs 679th and Dental -
$25 for a reading and told the the entry field with four,
(B) vs The Hawks at 2000,
Ruth CrownThe ;
visitor, "This entitles you to ask one from Hospital and the others !
OPS AUM vs FAETU (B), Com-
me two questions." from Mainside. It is still not too Set Eliminations
Coca Cola diamondeers FairJax (B) vs Warriors, and VP-
"Isn't that a lot of money for late to enter, with the deadline
wrapped up the JacksonvilleBabe 30 (B) vs A/C Maint. (C).
Ruth League championshipwith MONDAY AUGUST 29. American only two questions?" the start- being Anyone extended.interested in competing To Decide Links

a 13-9 verdict over the League, 1730, Cherry Pickersvs led sitter inquired."Yes in this "first-of-a-kind" !

Weatherington 66 Indians in the Dispensary, Dental (A) vs madam, it is," the for- tournament should contact Squad For 6ND

second game of a three game Hospital; and VP-30 Owlhoots tune teller said gravely. "And Frank McCaffery, Mainside Athletic A local elimination tournamentwill

series at Mason Field here last. The Hornets; 2000 A/C Maint what is your second question?" Director at extension 585. be held at the NAS Jax

Comprised of sons of Navy and links for those golfers who aspire -

Marine Corps personnel, the to participation in the Sixth

Colas started their season rather Naval District Golf Tournamentto

slow, but under the coaching of be staged Sept. 14-17 at NAS

W, L. Wainscott of Marine Air Pensacola.
Detachment and L. L. Staffordof From the local eliminations, to

VW-4, they came to life. be conduted August 26-28, will

In the first game of the play- come. a Jax Navy team to vie

offs, the Colas took it, 8-7, be- in the 6ND action. The team will
hind the fast balling of Barry be comprised of four players in
the open bracket three in the
seniors bracket (over 45 on Aug.
Turner also figured promin- 1)), and three in the women's

ently in the final championshipfracas I division.

smashing a long inside Opens and seniors eliminationswill

the park homer. The Indians consist of 36 holes. Competitors -
in the women's bracket will
threatened in the late innings,
play 18 holes no either of the
but Mike Morgan squelched the i three dates listed.

rally with a great catch of a foul Detail procedures concerning

ball. Roy Stafford, Lee Groganand i...:,_, 1 .,:,.:,;'. Yin : .: ;;...,.. ::;;::.-. T .:..??. ,t:" -...-.. ,,c.'Y orders, financing, rules, entriesetc
Stretch Bowler led the Cola BABE RUTH LOOP CHAMPS-"We're the champs:' So say these members of the Coca Cola are promulgated in ComSix
stickers. entry in the Jacksonville Babe Ruth League. These sons of Navy and Marine Corps personnel District Notice 1710 of Jan. 26
copped the crown with two straight victories in a best-oMhree game series with Weatherington and Bupers Instruction 1710.1E.
The Weatherington 66 squad 66. First row are (left to right) John Dwyer, Mason Remain, Jimmy Moughan George Kona Interested personnel are re-
was coached by Ed Nappi, of Alan Grogan and Lee Grogan. Second row (left to right). Coach Leroy Stafford Mike Morgan to the Golf
quested at
Barry Turner Richard May Craig Honour Roy Stafford John Fedet. Tom' Bowler and Coach sign up ,
NAS Jax. Dick WainscotL Shack.


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1 5 ,'," ,:,-;:; : "'::: .:- ;" ", : ..fnf\ "
:' :, ,. ; I Some Pretty Flowers DangerousThat : r : b : .,p 1 IXj 114it t ,!

,: :.. "t. ...1'1\\. '.
(The Jax Air News is pro-
hibited by Defense Department fabled character of five children if eaten. The any; Dumb Cane, any; Spider Sunday August 28

regulations from listing com- song and story, Ferdinand the stem of the sweetpea can Lily, bulb; Iris, undergroundstem ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL

mercial advertising.Ads Bull, was not as safe as we cause a form of paralysis and, ; Mock Orange, fruit; i 0330 Service of Worship

in this column are limitedto have been led to believe in while seldom fatal can keep a Spanish Bayonet, root; Castor' 0930-Sunday School, thrH-

housing, for rent and sale, his pursuit of sniffing the victim bedridden for months. Beans, seed; Foxglove, leaves; year-olds through adult, Build-

rooms, lost and found items and flowers. One tulip bulb contains enough Scotch Broom, seed; Tulip, I ing 722; Adult Bible Class, Chaplain -

miscellaneous ( such as ride Many plants are poisonousto poison to kill a man. bulb; Mountain Laurel, any; Wolfe, in Small ChapeL
wanted man. And, because children, FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF and Monkshood, root. 0830-S rvice of Worship.
and in
swaps duty assignments
q I ). particularly, are attracted to poisonous cultivated plants Competent authorities do l100-S rvlce of Worship.

No ads taken the beauty of flowers, recog- and the dangerous part: Ele- not recommend discountinuing 1880-Teen-Age, Senior High
are by phone
all must be submitted nition of poisonous plants and phant Ear, any; Narcissus, the growing of flowers as a Fellowship and United Fellow-
by mail. The Jax Air News flowers is "must" education.IT bulb; Cyclaman, tuber; Ivy, means of removing danger to ship of Protestant, Building' 722

reserves right to edit all ads. well known IS COMPARATIVELY that castor bean leaves; Pimpernel, any; Olean- 'your child. Rather children and Small ChapeL SC .

Deadline for ads each week is seeds der, leaves; Lily-of-Valley, should be taught not to put
are poisonous and the ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL
Tuesday at 1200). 'Burning Brush leaves plants into their months. Also
seed packets contain this any; ; 0830 and '1000-Sunday Mass.
FOR SALE warning. One such packet Sweet Pea, stem; Jamson tore bulbs where children '

Three bdrm, 2 bath CBS, VA contains enough poison to kill Weed, any; Rhododendron, cannot get at them. ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL
Equity, 4607 Anvers Blvd, By
Naval Hospital0615Confessions.
owner, SP 1-0372. .......v..n... S?......w.. +.., .....- .- ..r..,.. ...ruy .
Oak Hill, 3 bdrm, free 41,2 per 23 WHITEHATS .
(Continued from Page 1)) 0630-Mass.
cent GI loan and 3 yr. Equity,
0930-1015--Java Club.
general topics' corrosion
$670.27, $65 per mo; R. S. Sex- as pre-
vention 1030-Protestant Worship Serv-
ton, SP 1-3369. fleet support desk
contact procedures were coveredfor ice.
.: Cedar Hills Estates, 3 bdrm, .
all, as well as specific details -
2 bath, immediate transfer, make of theory concerning the Christian Science

offer; R. E. Connell, SP 1-0427. A3D maintenance work of the \ Tuesday, 1900, Small ChapeL

Three miles from NAS, near separate rating. Instructors were '

f river, 4 bdrm, 22 bath, 2 car I key mechanics and management : : ,. < UNITS GIVE .
" gar; CWO J. Matluk, CO 4-9361. officials for specialized programs. (Continued from Page 1))

f Cedar Hills, 3 bdrm, 1% bath, : Navy men completing the : 5 VU-10 Detachment, $3.15; Navy

$80.25, GI Equity by owner; I training were: James L. Har- ", Recruiting, $4.32; and Red Cross, ,

I Musick, SP 1-1328. i greave, ADI; Vernon E. Wagner, .' 4 ,z ,< # k' $2.50. Navy Wives Club made a

Ortega Hills, 3 blrm, -% bath, AD2; James M. Willis, AD2; Leo '{ z ":)z :' z ,j voluntary contribution of $50.

, 7375 Pineville Dr; J. A. Scar- A. Ginchereau, AD2; Charles lh'tf} ::, Eight other Federal agenciesin

i borough, EV 7-2897. Cordrey, AT2; Paul D. Dean, ; the area donated another
: FOR RENT AQ2; Thomas F. Field, AT2; : $753.84 to bring the total of fed-

\ Cedar Hills, Ig bdrm, 2 tile John N. Sutton, AQ1; Calvin " units included Internal Revenue
: ,
f bath, conv to NAS or Cecil Thompson, AT2; Winston B.
: $286; Postal Employees, $207;
Field. Call SP 1-3110 after 1700or White, AT2; Fred C. Brown, '
: District Engineers, $171.15 Veterans -
anytime Sun. or Mon. AE2; William C. Jackson, AE2; .' ,
I Donald O. Jacobs, AE1; Arthur t.t ; ? Administration, $32.10; R&N
Arlington Hills, unfurn, 4 bd.. ljL
A.Mosely, AE1; Lawrence R. Ne- % Staff $24.14; Department of
$125 per mo. in advance. Call EL Justice, $22.70; and Railroad Re-
veau, AE1; Raymond D. Ross, \
6-1519 before 1700 or RA 4-7505 tirement Board, $10.
AE1; Edward P. Denlee, AMI; ;
after 1800, Harry Bradler.
Loren E. Lyons, AMI; DuncanA. ,. ,.. T,
\ Trailer, couple only, $60; B. MacKenzie, AMI; and T. F.j ... ,. .. ....i.- I '- .... ..: BLOOD
,I E. Evans, EV 7-5446 or EV 8-30 Whately, Jr., AMH2. I r OVER itS -:.Chief Steward J. E.: Naumauleg is DONOR
91. shown being piped over the side on August 15 after more than
, Furn. apt. for workingman r 4-, 335 or SP 1-1878. 23 years naval service. Naumauleg. who was chief steward for
young Two bdrm upper apt. St. Johns Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig ComFairJax and ComNabSix trans
{ or woman; Mrs. Ida Belis- fers to the Fleet Reserve and will reside in San Leandro. Calif.
I ario, EV 85203.Lakeshore River, 10 min NAS; also 1 rm He had a distinguished visitor at his piping out none other
f efficiency for woman. Call EV than the Admiral himself. Reading from bottom left, clockwiseare
house unfurn. 2 '
\ 7-7172. C. H. Alcanter. BMC: H. W. Basden RMC; E. B. Anders .r
bdrm. $70 per mo; Mrs. R. F. Unfurn. 2 bdrm duplex, conv RMC: W. K. Sholes AMC; J. V. McFee AMC: Admiral Craig: r/w
Mausert, EV 8-4956. E. R. Farady. AOC: S. E. Sullivan AMC: C. B. Hill ADC;
to: NAS; J. L. Nichols, SP 1-1968 J. W. Wade YNC: and Comdr. J. K. Davis, skipper of the
Ortega Manor, 3 bdrm, avail MISCELLANEOUSRider flag administrative unit.

Sept. 1; A. M. Richardson, ADC, Wanted, from Lake- Sbff

Ext. 8170 or EV 8-5592. shore, Cedar Hills, Wesconnett,

Riverside, nicely furn 2 bdrm 0730-1600 via Collins Rd; A Mor-

apt, $80 per mo; E. A. Hieb, EL mino, EV 7-7116.

Forty-four civilians and five

military personnel have joinedthe

blood donor honor roll following
(Since 1960 is a big election year and many local servicemenand contributions for the

women may wish to vote by absentee ballot, the Jax Air Newsis month of August.

outlining information from time to time on how these ballots From Supply Dept. were L. E.

may be obtained. The Voting Officer for NAS Jax is Lt. Harry I I Stevens, R. V. Hartley, J. B.

Klein who can be contacted at extension 696, topside in Building I Pollard. A. L. Daymude J. H.

955.) Cutcliffe, G. R. Marcus, R. Me-
fices. Absentee voting allowed.
ARIZONA Age 21, registration (absentee al- Kinnon, W. S. Richards, W. J.
Sept. 13 primary for membersof lowed.) Ballots due by election Tankersley, C. D. Griffith, E. W.
Congress, governor, and state Holland, J. D. Crowder, F. R.
offices. Absentee voting allowed UTAH Henderson, R. Walsh A. J. Ivie,

age 21 required. Registration B. M. Adkins and E. Kirkland.
Sept. 13 primary Congress,
allowed absentee. Ballots Public Works donors includeC.
must be in by 1800 election day. governor and state offices. Ab- O. Adler, W. H. Grissett, A. A.
sentee'voting is allowed. Age 21,
COLORADO Baughan, D. C. Frier, A. L. Jenkins -
Sept. 13 primary for Congress' registration allowed by mail., E. A. Turknett, J. C. Bee,
Ballots due by close of election
and state offices. Absentee voting Jr., R. A. Pons, L. Boree, J, D.

allowed, age 21, registration day. Harrison, R. DeGrandomenica,

permitted with ballot application. W. P. Barrett and F. E. Selby,
M Ballots due 1700 election day. TIDESTides Jr.

GEORGIA Donors from Overhaul and Re-

Sept. 13 primary for Congress at Atlantic Beach: pair were J. T. Shields, R. E.

and state offices. Absentee voting HIGH LOW Cody, W. L. Morin, R. F. Maus-
allowed, age 18 minimum. Ab- A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
ert, C. A. Hopgood, E. D. Palmer,
sentee registration allowed. Ballots Fri. 10:24: 10:40: 4:05: 4:30:
due by election day. Sat. 11:10 11:27: 4:48: 4:30: R. E. Aaron, R. L. Stevenson,

MINNESOTASept. Sun. -:- 12:02: 5:38: 6:16: W. T. Maloney, S.\ Nolan, N. D.

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ORIENTATION FOR MIDDIES-Warrant Officer A. S. Hol- governor and state offices. Ab- There once was a Navymanwho Thomas.
land of VP-16 explains features of the P2V
Naptune patrol sentee voting. 2 registration traveled all the world
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bomber to U. S. Naval Academy Midshipmen during their in- are -
doctrination cruise here last week. They were part of the {Is required in some places but and every place he visited he W. H. Schrader, J. R. Torman,
last group of Middies to visit NAS this summer. Three groupsof allowed absentee. Ballots due picked up a stone as a souvenir.He .
250 each have visited Jax. Left to right are Patrick Sarsfield. by election day. kept his collection in his N. E. Hill and R. J. Hawkins. F.
Sheldon R. N. Schultz Warrant Officer Holland. H. :
William P. D. Brown donated from
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Serhusen. H. W. Schwartz and M. A. Seeling. In the nose
of tne plane is Middle J. B. Schreiber. Sept. 6 for Congress, state of- rocks in his head. heed Aircraft.