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: September 1, 1960
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( 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 )
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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"Bring 'Em Back Alive" was coming face-to-facee with be continually stalking our with the speed of a cougar the mentality of a goat.

the slogan of one of the world's death-dealing vicious "ani- avenues of travel include the and With the force of an angry I Good advice is to try and I

foremost game hunters. mals" are very great, how- "Roadhog" which is equallyas elephant. The "Speeder"is avoid these animals as muchas

During the long holiday deadly as a mountain lion as swift to bring death and is humanly possible. Equally -

weekend coming up, many ever.Many of those persons will when approached facetoface.The destruction as a leopard or good advice is to avoid'! becoming -

persons aboard the Naval Air feel no fear because each, In "Drunk Driver" is pack of wolves. one of them yourself.We .

Station will be away on an turn, will be armed with a another vicious animal whichis Beware of another animal, are urged to improviseon

extended weekend trip. deadly weapon an automobile just as full of death and the "Chancetaker" which has Buck's slogan for some-
thing like this: "Bring 'Em
Although their mission most or truck or perhaps an poison as a cornered cobra nerves of steel and feels as Back Alive and Unhurt. Get

likely does not include big equally deadly motorcycle.The and can strike, as suddenly.The though he's as sure-footed: as into the act and do your partin

game hunting, their chances of vicious animals that will "Tailgater" will attack a mountain goat. He also has making this a reality.

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Retired PayEqualization


Bill DelayedThe

Senate will not take up I Vol. 18_ No. 26 JAX AIR NEWS 1 September 1960

the armed services retired

pay year,. reports equalization Navy Times.Its bill this. I All Navy Warrants Due

)! Armed Services Committee, .
instead, will conduct a thorough t. :::

study of all military retirementlaws. Chance At Officer Rank

This includes the ques- I ,

tion of a contributory system. All restrictions on aye and length of service!,: pst-.";; :'\w-3

THE SWEEPING research 1 earlier in the Navy's program to convert warrants to temporary -
ordered by the committee is to be 5V'L s limited duty officers have been dropped, reports Navy
carried out by an independentgroup UnorHWi Times.
having no ties with the JM< HAW CREDIT Permanent to evaluate the records and determine -
warrant status
can if the individual is
qualified -
government or the armed ser- be obtained by of those who
vices.A r' J tcP, 1 ;' s miss the commissions some under the for a commission in the

long and stormy history is ), LDO (T) conversion program. grade for which he Is eligible.
behind the question of pay raises '',v. (\7;' Details of how applications for
for retired servicemen.The -. '. :: t I no active duty warrants will be permanent warrant designationmay
Cor din e r Committee, considered for commissions.The be made are in BuPers No-

whose report was the basis of f h selection board will meet tice 1120 of Aug. 1. The filing
the Pay Readjustment Act of
starting Sept. 21. period will be March 15 to May
1958, came up with a sweeping ,
",: No quota limitations on the (Please turn to Page 6. Cole 3)
'revision'of: pay scales which, it ,
numbers who be commis
emphasized, was not intended asa ... "''''':'
,d sioned will be established.
i 1\ '
pay raise as such. LABOR DAYS ""
Month for month credit for
SOME GRADES were in for ser-

vast increases while others were .. ,., vice up to July 1, to a total of 48 FULL HOLIDAYMonday
? will for time
B months be given
to get no raise at all. However CREDIT UNION MILESTONE Leonard Eubanks. Industrial Sept. 5, is Labor
served as a warrant.,
what raises there were were to Relations Officer, (left) and Comdr. Robert M. Nelson Day and will be observed as
apply to the retired list also, with NAS Jax executive officer, look over progress sign held by THOSE PICKED for commis- a full holiday by the Navy and
one exception. Varying amountsof Gordon King president of the Board of Directors of the Jax sions by the September board go all other Federal establish-
active of O5sand Navy Federal Credit Union. The sign signifies the advance of into the limited duty only (tem-
pay June ments.
the Credit Union from 1,072 members and $12.031 in ) LDO (T) categories. In
above were not to be con- 1952 to its present membership of 10.2041 and assets of $2.5 porary Jax Air News offices
4700 officers in
all, about now
sidered in computing retired pay. million. be closed that day and
The bill the Administration sentto the warrant grades will be eligi-
photos and copy for Wi11//
Congress trimmed both raises Credit Union Reaches ble for consideration. ion in the Sept 8 issue
Selections will be based on the
bit but
and supplementals a pro- be in the office by close

vided no increase in retired pay Million in AssetsFrom record of the individual.,The I I business. tomorrow (Friday.) I r
for anyone. $2.5 selection board will be instructed

Congress threw out this mixedup
a modest beginning of 1,072 members in June 1952 and
system and amended the bas- _
Act with assets of $12,021, the Jax Navy, Federal Credit Union today
ic 1949 career Compensation
scales to give every active roughly II finds itself the sixth largest in assets of $2,500,000 and second : : T Tq

the Cordiner rates or at least largest in membership among credit unions in the state of Florida. .-.

(Please turn to Page 6, Col. 3)) This record reflects the fine I refunded 5% of whatever interests
performance of work by the
group's board of directors, credit, he had paid the Credit

Chief-JG committee, supervisory committee -I Union during the year, loweringan

office employees' ,and field already low Interest rate even %, f

Policy/ SetSenior representatives, plus the loyaltyof further. The Board is anticipating
all participating members s&r
paying this 5% interest refund
chief petty officers of throughout the eight years.
again this year to all borrowing yA _
the Navy have an excellent
chance of being selected for com- extended a vote of thanks to members in good standing at the :,

missioned status, it was an- former officials who have helpedin end of the year.

nounced this ,week. making the Credit Union at k f'
According to SecNav 261940Z, Schnelle HonormenAt
NAS the outstanding success it is ,
has been instit-
a new program NATTUnit GraduationJerry
tuted to help fill the urgent need ,today. w ___
for experienced junior officers. MEMBERS ARE urged to use Schnelle, AOAA, of Ore- s 4' <

Commanding officers have been their membership to the fullest: gon City, Ore., topped all stu- x> ,

advised to nominate outstanding capacity, with its many dents at the recent graduationof

regular Navy chief petty offi- not found anywhere advant"l Aviation Ordnanceman School
cers, (E7, E8 and E9)) who haveat i.
least eighteen years and six dividend of not less than 4% I Class A, at NATTUnit. He now

months of active Naval serviceas has been paid since the local I heads for VA-125 at Moffett

of. July 1, 1960 for consideration group's establishment and this: Field, Calif. .,
FIRST VP.30 TRAINEES Lcdr. M. W. Greenstein. (right)
board which
selection Electric-
by a Aviation
at ,
is man
year the Board predicting Top
Patrol Squadron 30 executive officer congratulates W. K.
will convene in early fall. 4Vi%. ian's Mate School, Class B, grad- Hardisty AMS3 upon finish of the first aviation metalsmilh
Appointment for those selected Robert P2V maintenance course. R. T. Watkins, AOL first graduate
In connection with loans, an uation last week was
wlil be made under the limited of the aviation ordnanceman P2V maintenance course looks on.
duty officer temporary programin interest refund of 5% was .voted Berg, AE2, of Hammond, Ind. VP.30 is training ASW replacement pilots and aircrewmen in
maintenance personnel. The first replace.
the grade of lieutenant junior\ last year for the first time.\In He will remain at NATTUnit as ment pilot and support aircrewmen classes are due to graduate Sept.

grade. other words; the member was an instructor. 30,

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IJft }{ RWS ;'{ >lt:'f!)RVIP6., $1 CIVIL SERVICE

HAS, Jacksonville I ICept. Sunday, September 4 News In ReviewNinety

Jsmt R. Reedy Commanding Officer CHAPEL
Comdr. Robert N.laon ______ Executive OffIcer ALL SAINTS'
(0830) Service of Worship.
NAB Slxj Fleet Air Jacksonville percent of all eligible
Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig Commander 0930-Sunday School three- being awaited during this special
Cept. Greysfon H. Weber _____ Chief of Stiff, Fairfax year-olds through adults, BuildIng government employees' are cov- session of Congress. One would
Cepf. Nelson M. Heed Chief of Staff, NAB Six ered by the employee health insurance -
Fleet Air Wing Eleven 722; Adult Bible Class, Chap- program, final Civil Ser- increase government employees
Capt. Renfro Turner, Jr. Commander lain Wolfe, in Small ChapeL vice Commission figures show. maximum per diem travel allow-
Capt. AAurlin W. Alley Chief Staff Officer 0830-Service of Worship. ance from $12 to $15 per day and
Naval Air Technical Training Unit 1100-Service of Worship. The Commissioned also revealed would also raise the present 10
Capt. Robert J. Fleming Officer that 81 percent of the em-
Comdr Marlon K. Smith __ Executive Officer 1830-Teen-Age, Senior High ployees selected the high, or more cents mileage allowance to 11 or
Naval Hetpltal Fellowship and United Fellow- 12 cents.
Capt. William L fngelmen - I Commanding Officer ship of Protestants, Building 722 expensive, type of plan.A The second bill would libera-
Capt. John O. Feder _____ Executive Officer breakdown on how em-
and Small ChapeL lize Federal and postal employee
NARTU ployees chose, shows:
Capt. F. H. Holt _____ _. Commanding Officer e e e injury compensation benefits. It
Government-wide S e r vi c e
Comdr. William M. Miller Executive Officer ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL has been approved by the House
Benefit Plan (Blue Cross-Blue
0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass.e and now is pending before the
commercially with non-epproprleted funds In Jecksonvllle, Florida at no Shield), enrollment 943,377; per-
expense to the government end In compliance with NAVEXOS Pas Rev. July 1958. e e Senate Labor Committee, whichhas
centage of total enrollment 54%
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL promised action on the bill.
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical high option 82% and low option
Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air Naval Hospital e e *
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Navel Hospital. 18%.
Service Information Officer _ Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnla Jr. 0615-Confessions. Government-wide Indemnity An invention by a Navy civi-

Assistant Service Information Officer _________ Andrew H. Planey 0630-Mass. Benefit Plan (Aetna), 465,385, lian employee will enable pre-
Editor-Gordon Robbie 0930-1015-Java dub. sent dry docks to accomodate
; Feature Editor-Mae Spencer, J01; Staff Reporters-Sandy
27%, 28% and 18%
Martinson, JOSA, Sam Bowman, SA. Photographer-Roscoe Carter, PH3. 1030-Protestant Worship Serv- ; deeper-draft ships and help to
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material ice. Organization Plans, 299,079, 13%, alleviate the present critical need
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit U given. Photographs, e e e 68% and 32%; Comprehensive for additional dry dock capacity. ]
unless otherwise credited, are official I U. S. Navy Photographs. Medical Plans, 100,987, 6%, 93%
Christian Science Mr. A. L. Burnett architect-
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone extensions .* and 7%.
8164, 656, 272 or 216. Tuesday, 1900, Small ChapeL engineer with the Bureau ofl
Among the 14 various employee
,.. -. Ships, Navy! Department, has applied -
e sau organization plans some 17,072
for patents on the system.Burnett's .
Retention enrolled in the American Feder-
system requires modification -]
ation of Government Employeesplan.
of the drydock entrances!

Rules FollowRegular and installing pumps so that the

inside water level can be raise
According to the Federal Em-
above the outside levels. This al
PlanIn ployees News Digest, publishedout
of Washington, the Senate lows a larger ship to be floate

a late-breaking development Constitutional Rights Subcom- into the drydock to one side oj

,- it has been announcedthat mittee is investigating reports the large blocks, its hull frequently

active duty Reserve officers that Federal and Postal employee only 12 inches above thj
who twice miss rights are being violated by vari-
promo- .. ", dock floor. The dock is then sealed
tion to commander or captain fli : '< i\L. ous government departments and

will be considered for contin- *;! f' \1 ___________ ,\\ agencies.The and additional water pumpin

uation on active duty by the .>.fit', "f'--4''"".......:t at group, headed by Senator until the ship is high enou

second and each following r" ,' -. Henning, (Dem.-Mo), is investi- to be floated over the blocks.

selection board. gating reports that government water is then pumped out, all' .
The process will roughly fol- IZ"p workers in some instances are "
ing the ship to rest on the blebs.
low that used in the selection of being prevented by their depart- ''I

regular officers for continuation, ments and agencies from contact- ...

reports Navy Times. ing Congress on matters pertain- Anacostia Reser

ACTIVE DUTY officers who ____ ing to their benefits and working
have twice missed selection for ,. conditions.The Unit Trains Here

continuation on duty will be recommended subcommittee is studying Attack Squadron 662, attach!

for continuation on reports that employees have been to the Naval Air Reserve Trailing
I_ ___ .. ._ _
duty by this year's selection ">>;:>::>::;;W;>:;<<:; ::O ;; .y." To threatened with dismissal
or :
reprisals -
boards. ORDNANCE SPECIALIST RETIRES Ltjg( ) Sidney Unit at Anacostia, D. C.,
Weaver, Special Weapons Officer with the NAS Jax AUW if they persisted in peti- aboard NAS Jax,
This presently pe
new plan puts the retention unit of Ordnance and Gunnery, (right) retires after 20 years tioning Congress on grievances,
of reservists in these Naval service. He receives congratulations from Comdr. RobertM. benefits, etc. The Senate group forming its two week active du

classes on a more formal basis Nelson NAS Jax executive officer. Lt (jg) Weaver served stresses that employees are gua- training cruise with Atta
than in the the first 16 years of his Navy duty as an enlisted man. He has
past. Previously, the ranteed these rights under the
served aboard such ships as the Saratoga. Enterprise. Yorktown. Squadron 44.
normal procedure has been to Antietam and Hancock.Labors Lloyd-LaFollette and Veterans The cruise objective of VA-66
consider individual applicationsfor Preference 'Acts.
added service or to have a C e is to increase proficiency in gunnery

special board look at the records Of Free Men' Action on two bills consideredof and bombing, over-wate

concerned and then invite those great interest to employees are navigation, and night flying.
picked to remain on active duty.

THE EFFECT of the program Support The ServicesLabor .,
going into use will be to give the :fix
Navy a yearly review of the officers r
considered for added ser- Day is the sort of American holiday that most of _ILix

vice. us take for granted-it's the end of summer, the long week-

Selection for continuation once end when people flock to the beaches and the mountains anda V!; v4'

will not be a guarantee of 20 lot of them crack themselves up in their hurry to get
years active service, however.
there and back.
They will have to be brought before -

the board each year. IS IT ANYTHING MORE? FOR those of us in the serv-

ice it should be. In wartime it's our duty to do the fightingbut fr V # z.r.
THIS WEEK'SBRAINTWISTER without the best in tools and weapons and equipment we p... .. : t .. .

could have the valor of lions and still lose the fight.
I _

Combine certain words with And it is the American working man who provides these _I :y v

the word MESS, then rearrangeall essentials. It is his skill, his resourcefulness, his energy that

backs up every member of the Armed Forces. He's proud of {
the letters and form
entirelynew .
words. his freedom and he knows who guards it. We do. ,:,:

For example, if we say, Mess BUT IT IS A MISTAKE TO stand off and regard this

and LEASH you can combine the man as a member of a specialized group. In saluting him we

letters in Mess with those in are really saluting ourselves. In protecting his freedom we

LEASH to form the one word are guaranteeing our own liberties. The fact that we wear .

SHAMELESS.Try uniforms instead of coveralls doesn't change the fact that $

these: we too are workers-our labor, wherever we are at homeor ON SUMMER CRUISE Checking nose wheel hydraulic
their R5D are pilots and members of NARTU
TYlei2i crew
1. MESS with GREEN; 2.MESS abroad, is every bit as honorable.To Jax. These men flew 42 Reservists and support personnel of

-ADE; 3. MESS-PILL; 4. MESS- realize this is to feel a greater bond of kinship with NAS Atlanta to Rota. Spain for training duty this month. Shownon
a stop in the Azores are, from left. T. C. Dowling AD2: M. H.
RATE; 5. MESS-SHALE; 6. him. Just as; he, the American working man, observes Armed Homer ADI J. E. Bonner, ADC; R. S. Huggins. ATN3: G. W.

MESS-ARE; 7. MESS-LABEL; Forces Day, so he deserves this day dedicated to his own Horton AD2; S. A. Cleveland Sr., ADC; Lf. M. R. McCann. and '
Comdr. O. I. Clayton. Not shown are Lcdr.W. G. Summers and
$ MESS-CARE. dignity and effort. Lt, E. R. Schimpf. .

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1 1960 SAX AIR NEWS Page 3

I Picturesque Lightships To Be Sacrificed To Progress r 1 N. r-U'l

The era of picturesque, red-
hulled lightships, dating from sachusetts coast, will begin in ture will be a 70-foot square I J I longer life span of the towers

1820, will fade in to the pastas early 1961 and be completed platform 60 feet above water.It and the Increasing age of manyof e

the Coast Guard's program to within a year.SUCCESSFUL. will probably rest on nine the lightships were among the I

replace the ships with "Texas use of "Texas steel pipe legs anchored to the factors influencing the Coast J(

Tower" lighthouses gets into full Towers "along the Atlantic coast ocean bottom. Guard's decision.In .

swing. and oil drilling rigs In the Gulfof THE PLATFORM will contain its epitaph for the light-

Sacrificed to progress will be Mexico has convinced the quarters for a crew of five and ships, the Coast Guard stressed
Coast Guard of the value of the
22 of the remaining 24 lightships. machinery space, and its roof their importance to navigation
skeleton structures. Aviation Ordnanceman School-
Construction the first serve as a landing platformfor during the last and
on of the century a
Two types of light towers are helicopters. Above this will Class 6010 graduated August
towers, to replace the Buzzards half, and said, "Their memory from AO "B" School. Honormanfor
planned, a manned station and be a tower for the light, fog
Bay lightship at the approach to an unmanned, shorecontrolledtower. horn and radio beacon. will remain ever fresh in the the class was F. D. Whitney,

the Cape Cod Canal off the Mas- The Buzzards Bay struc- Lower maintenance cost and minds of sea faring men." AOl, with a commendable average -
of 86.9.

A slight correction is forth-
FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION i i: .. : CNO AwardsGo coming now regarding the itemin

last week's column which

I To Three stated Howard Spence, AO1, is a

so ( 'r'' CPO. He has not yet been madea

chief but is slated to don the
e' atsouarrow4c lax UnitsOne
hard hat on Sept. 15.

br'i Aviation Electrician' Mate
Mayport-based carrier i
School-Pfc. D. L. Shaw has com-
and two ComFair Jax
pleted this week at AE "A" withan
( among the Navy units nam-
of 94.5 hard mark
average a
+ a ,
q ed to receive top Chief of Naval
for student to top.
Branch 126 of the Fleet Reserve any
Operations safety awards for
Class 6023 convened last Mon-
Association has a continuous welcome fiscal
E day with a total of 44 students.
for persons wishing to join The attack carrier USS Frank- Instructor-of-the-Week is Wallace -

the group. ___ lin D. Roosevelt (CVA-42) has Miller, AEC, on duty here

Following is a message from been selected for the Admiral since August 1957 He has received -

Branch 126 president Paul Hetz, Flately Award, Light Photo- several letters of com-

AEC. graphic Squadron 62 of Cecil mendation for his work as an instructor -

w Field the CNO Safety Award and from the NATTUnit
"The fate of the nation and per-
Fighter Squadron 14, also of commanding officer.
the free world
haps depends
fl4: Cecil Field, the CNO Safety Student Slants reminds you
the men who the service
uniform. Award and a Navy "E." that the long weekend will be

"...." .'....Wn"'M........... ...." ..,"., _,.'W.__ ._... This is the second straight year here soon. If you plan to make a
"Every young man has an obligation trip this weekend be sure to
INSPECTION OF RECORDS Once a year the Military that VF-14 has won the two
to serve his country, of Personnel Department of the Naval Air Technical Training highly regarded awards. check on the distance involvedand
course. But there is a difference Unit, like Naval units throughout the fleet, verify records of request the proper out-of-
all military personnel within the command Getting their rec Official presentation of the awards -
between a man serving an ob- bounds pass, if needed.
ords checked are, from left, (at window), P. E. Hecht, AEC: is is due to be made by
ligated! period of time and a man And if you're driving, allow
G. P. Hendrix AE1 and R. E. Hayes, AMI. The checking team top ranking officers in the near
dedicated to that service becausehe consists of P. L. Bray, PNC, of Personnel: R. A. Petersen, DTI, plenty of time to get there and
loves his profession and the of Dental R. D. Wallace HM3, of Medical, and Mrs. Barbara future. Vice Admiral FitzhughLee back-safely.
Deputy Commander-Chief
Ray of Disbursing.iWhen
nation he's defending."The .
U. S. Atlantic Fleet, is due to t

four secular elements of a In Or On Water present the Flately Award to the IAN !llJl1m"

service career: PAY, PROMO- Roosevelt tomorrow (Friday.) .!

TION, SECURITY and RETIRE- Rear Admiral Kenneth Craig, !
MENT have all received! the attention Horse SenseThe Commander Fleet Air Jackson- : mmThirtysix : ;

of Congress through efforts ville, is slated to present VFP- n' .
of your FRA. biggest playground in America today is the water! 62 and VF-14 their awards at a births were recorded at the

of the traditional service Virtually every major adult summer sport centers about the date to be determined.The Naval Hospital' recently with girls out
"Many Council. numbering the boys, 19 to 17.
benefits have been, and still are water, so says the National Safety Navy "E" won by VF14is Twins were born July 22: Mark Wayne

being, gnawed at from many About 2,300 Americans drown making too sharp a turn, standing won by a unit for all-round and Michael Dwayne, to Terry Taylor,
annually while swimming or AN, and Mrs. Taylor David Dennis, to
sources. Most certainly many of in a boat and overloading a boat. operating efficiency and safety.
in the water. One out Robert McCalister, YN3, and Mrs. McCal-
these benefits have been sub- playing He gave these suggestions on NAS Jax-based Patrol Squadron isterj Rodney Lawrence, to Rodney Lough,
is drown-
stantially reduced."I of 15 fatal accidents a how to prevent boating accidents 18 is another 1960 winner of the AN, and Mrs. Lough Keevin Walton, to

ing.A check the condition of your boat "E." (Air News, Aug. 18.) David Myers, AD3, and Mrs. Myers; Sherry
appeal to you, the career REPORTED 30 million-plus Gail to James Less, AEC, and Mrs. less;
enlisted man of the Navy and Americans swim,' sometimes in before leaving shore; take alonga Kathleen Kay, to S/Sgt. and Mrs. Thomas
bailing and an extra oar; Ereth, and Kelvin Claudio, to Johnnie
Marine Corps with six or more the nation's estimated 250,000 can TIDE TABLEHIGH Smith, SD2, and Mrs. Smith.

years active Federal service, to swimming pools, more often in carry tools for minor repairs; LOW Born July 23 were Keith Eric, to Leo

join, support and make your desires rivers, lakes and ponds, not take along life preservers; don't A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. Garrett, AE1 I, and Mrs. Garrett Renee

known to the Fleet Reserve counting the ocean. overload the boat; no standingand I' Fri. 4:37: 10:50: 11:34: Shelene, to Rudy Rudd, AMS3, and Mrs.
Rudd; Janet Leigh, to Hollis Stanford,
Association, the Voice of the En- Anyone can learn to swim, the no horseplay, and, above all, Sat. 5:39: 6:11: 11:47: -:-- AMS3, end Mrs. Stanford, and Ann Marie,
listed Man." experts say. As one writer putit Sun. 6:36: 7.03 12:25: 12:41: to Timothy Sweeney, AMS2, and Mrs.

"All you need is water, a use common sense in operating a I I I Mon. 7:28: 7:53: 1:15: 1:33: Sweeney.Two .
swimsuit and the willingness to boat. boys and one girl, born July 24
Branch 91 of FRA is planningto were Jeffery linn, to James Burnside,
hold a barbecue dinner at the enjoy yourself. AEM2, and Mrs. Burnside; Danlal Francis,
some good swimming tips i include to Daniel Guerra, SH2, and Mrs. Guerra,
Fleet Reserve Club, 8554 Roose- : learn to swim well, never and Leslie Ann, to Ltjg(( ) and Mri. John

velt Blvd., on Labor Day from swim alone, stick to beaches with Javls.
Born July 25 Michael James, to
1400 to 1900.Tickets around don't swim Tftxr were
lifeguards or cdr, and Mrs. James Sanders, and Debra
may be purchased from dive in unfamiliar waters, don't Ann to Glen Morrison, AE, and Mrs. Mor

the Club for a donation of $1.25 swim so long you become tired, Y ri.on.
12 of chilled don't swim Births recorded for July 26 were Vernal
each; children under years overheated or ,
Ray, to Vernal Martin, TDR3, and Mrs.
age, 60 cents. All FRA membersare right after eating, don't rebel if ; 4k Martin; Peter Slocum, to Lcdr. and Mrs.
invited. your muscles cramp and swim Samuel Groves Donna Suzette, to William -

Next scheduled meeting of parallel to shore if you want to Armitage, EM3, and Mrs. Armitage;
test endurance. Romona Maxine, to George Hall, AD2,
Branch 91 is to be Sept. 22 with your and Mrs. Hall; Archie Kahn, to John Newell -
the Board of Directors slated to WHEN IT COMES to water, /k i ( t'r AA, and Mrs. Newell; Shelly Jean, to
meet Sept. 8. swimming is not the only ex- Fred Burdette, YN2, and Mrs. Burdette,
tremely popular pastime, either. and Deborah Ann, toy Willis Clary, HM2,
Anyone interested in joining ,, % + and Mrs. Clary.
According to the Council t 'lr ti
Branch 91 should contact vi i c epresident' Safety Born July 27 were Jeffrey Leonard, to
at NAS Jax some 40 million persons take part Alfred Higgins, All, and Mrs. Higgins;
Carl Smith regularly in recreational boating. Laura Elizabeth, to Robert Robare, AK1,
extension 559. Dues are eight and Mrs. RobareChristopherLawrenceto
dollars a year.A About 1,300 persons die each 'i4 x,.: Lt. and Mrs. Lawrence Pinzel; Patricia Ann,
year in boating accidents. "And to Thomas Hesslon, AN, and Mrs. Hes-
call most of the deaths shouldn't hap- on; Sandra Marie, to A/Cpl. and Mrs.
clergyman got a phone I lenis Hebert, and Jonl Karen, to Duane
from the local income tax man pen, declared Ralph Kuhli, the I unnelis, AN, and Mrs. Runnelis.

inquiring about a $535 contribu- Council's director of public safety.He Four girls and two baby boys born
been paid July 28 were, girl, to Thomas Darby,
tion listed as having said showed that
a study
AE2, and Mrs. Darby Laura Viola, to Eugene -
his church by a parishioner. NEARING THE TOP-Could be the thought of CWO Stuart
more than half the pleasure boat Neff, AE2, and Mrs. Neff; baby
.. "Did he make this donation?" Cooperright( ) upon being congratulated! by Capt. Robert J. gIrl, to G. Malik, PN2, and Mrs. Malik;
asked. fatalities result from capsizingand Fleming, commanding officer of the Naval Air Technical Train John Barry, to Robert Conneely, AMI,
the tax man ing Unit, for his recent promotion to chief aviation electronics
then operator negligence-falling and Mrs. Conneely Ethel Dean, to James
The clergyman hesitated, technician, W2. CWO Cooper is connected with AE "B" School, logan, AN, and Mrs. Logan; and Terry
replied: "He will, he will." overboard, reckless operation, coming aboard NATTUnit in March from Patrol Squadron 16. Jerome, to Sgt. and Mrs. Ben Ballard.i" .

4 JAX AIR NEWS 1 September 1960

Found In Jacksonville
Over 90

Station Ordnance Crew For Off-Duty

Disarms Oldtime ShellThe USAFI StudyNinetyone

NAS Jax Ordnance Division took on a rather un- persons have shown
usual task this week.C. interest in USAFI courses being

G. Potter, a Jacksonville citizen, of 54 W. 32nd street, 5 offered this fall by enrolling earlyin
called the Division to say he had found a shell he believedto I both college and high school-

be from the Civil War period. .. level subjects.All .
A. C. Johns, ADC, and D. D. .x- military persons are reminded -
Allen, GM1, went out and pickedup six-inch bore 60pound "Parrott" _}'py3ECIVIL that organization of any

the 100-lb shell and broughtit gun.This course depends on the enrollmentof
I to the Ordnance area. There is said to be one of the at least ten people.

they disarmed it. It was most effective guns of that time. Fifty-four persons have already

mined the shell was fired deter-I. It had a range in excess of 10,000 A enrolled in college level courses

yards and was extremely accur- with 31 applicants for the Rus-

ate.The sian I class.
Daytona Trip shell is a high explosive Other college-level
course enrollments -
WAR SHELL-A. C. Johns ADC (right) removes
type using ammonia nitrate
; pow- primer from a Civil War-vintage shell while D. D. Allen, GM1 include 8 for English
Planned For der which was manufactured in lands ready to assist. The shell said to be from a six-inch Composition and 6 for U. S. His-

i Germany, according to chief bore 60-pound Parrott gun was found recently by a Jacksonville tory. Also, 7 persons have enrolled -
: Johns.It amateur archaelogist while looking through a St. Johns River
Long HolidayTrips spoil area at St. Johns Bluff. It's believed the ancient shell for Spanish I and 2 for SpeechI.
was disarmed by chipping was fired during a Civil War battle by a Confederate battery .
to Daytona Beach and away the plaster of paris and removing in the year 1862.Operatioh. Enrollment for high school

Silver Springs are planned for the primer. Then the level courses totals 37 with Gen-

the Labor Day weekend by NAT entire unit was removed and the Tripod Seeks eral Mathematics leading with 15
powder was flushed with water.
TUnit Special Services.A applications.
bus is scheduled to leave have THE SHELL was believed to Applications for Algebra I num-
fired by a Confederate
for Marineland, north of Daytona Battery located on St. John's Photos For ExhibitAmateur ber 7; Algebra II, 6; Advanced

Beach, Saturday at 0900, from in Bluff commanded by a Gen. Algebra, 3, and English, 6.

front of King Hall. Finegan on Sept. 6, 1862. and Navy photographers will have a chanceto Persons interested in further-

Cost of the trip trip to Marine- The finder of the projectile, put their photographs on national display in the near ing their education by USAFI

land will be 25 cents. Those de- Potter is an amateur archaelo- future. The Chief of Information, in cooperation with the courses, are urged to enroll before -

siring to go on to Daytona can do gist. He browses around in St. Commanding Officer, U. S. Naval Photographic Center, is Sept. 10 at I&E, Building 955.

so for an added 25 cents. Johns River spoil areas duringhis sponsoring a Navy Photographic: Art Program. I ..
Special Services says that at time. Dubbed Operation Tripod, the ,Two Share Honor Role
spare ficer with
negative attached. The
least 15 tickets must be sold to program is designed to stimulate At AE'A'
He plans to turn the 18-inch world-wide negative will be forwarded to the
Daytona Beach to make that part photographic cover-
honor students led
of the trip available and those projectile over to authorities at age of the Navy for public show- Naval Photographic Center, NAS, the recent -

going all the way to Daytona will the Castillo de San Marcos Na- ing. Tripod will be a portion of Anacostia, Washington 25, D. C., graduating class at Aviation
in Electricians Mate School Class A
accordance with chapter 2 of ,
be given seat preference. tional Monument in St. Augus- the Navy Exhibit Program.PHOTOGRAPHS at NATTUnit.
OPNAVIST 3150.6A of July 7,
A bus is also slated to leave tine. Potter has found a numberof DESIRED are 1957. They were Thomas Schmidt,
from King Hall at 0900 the ones which would merit pub-
on relics In spoil area There will be photographs In AEIAN, of Brookfield, Wisc., and
lic exhibition because of their
Day morning for a trip to Silver
Claude Leonard AEM3
three categories chosen for dis of Nash-
Springs, at a cost of 50 cents artistic or technical quality.
per :: play. ville, N. C.Tofcens.
person. : ?;i Operation Tripod is not interested -
Category I, will be black and
This bus will return by way in news coverage photos. r
white photographs of
Daytona to pick up weekenders Navy and Marine Corps personnel military On Sale
there. '.i:' i either designated or not scenes, actions, personnel, or
equipment. Negatives, other than For School
( as photographers, may submit Bus
I those of official U. S. Navy photo
personally-owned photographs,
Tokens for rides on the
Supply Selects transparencies, or negatives to graphs with naval photographic school bus the Jacksonville
numbers, must be
the Chief of Information. These Coach Co. is operating
are on
Mrs. Beck As will be returned to the individual attached to the print sale at the Navy Exchange
Category 2, will consist of
upon Western Union
Facility and
black and white
OFFICIAL U. S. NAVY photo- photographs of Watch Repair Shop in Build-
Sept. StandoutMrs. graphy may be submitted to the non-military subjects. Negatives ing Three.
\ f Chief of Information via thephotographer's should be attached to all nega
At the time tokens
Lena Beck, of the Control : tives in this category.The are pur-
commanding of- chased, parents must obtain
Division of Supply Department, third category will be col
has been chosen "Supply Personality or transparencies or prints of from the clerk a blank "Stu-

of the Month" for 'Septem Teen-Agers Turn military or nonmilitary subjects. dent Identification Card" for
each child who is to the
use to-
ber.Mrs. Each item submitted for use in i
Beck, who is Assistant Summer Vacation Operation Tripod will be accom- kens.
Supervisor of a Stock Records panied by a copy of NAVEXOS The name and age of the

section, has displayed outstand- Into Useful Time 4562 which will be available from youngster and the school attended -
ing knowledge of the aviation the Forms and Publications Seg must be entered on the

supply system and handles diffi- HdUl'J.':;'; ..:: =.:;;' n. J.1 JHt.I;;? :: Volunteens, a semi-official Red ment, Navy Supply System as card. It must be presented to

cult tasks with speed and effic- SUPPLY'S Personality-of- 'I Cross volunteer organization con- Cognizance Symbol I material on the bus driver each time

iency, her superiors say. Ihe-Monih for September is sisting of six teen-age girls, has Sept. 15. tokens are used.
Mrs. Lena
Beck of Control Di
Mrs. Beck has attained an outstanding vision. been a big help to Gray Ladies --

performance rate of the Naval Hospital here.

throughout her section while Antarctic Postmark Pamela Chapman, Mary Little, %
maintaining employee morale ata Karen Williams, Margaret Ham- > {

constantly high level throughher Offered PhilatelistsStamp mond, Barbara Belcher and Mi- ;

ability to instruct and inspire chele Cooper are the Volunteenswho
collectors who want to
subordinates.A helped the Gray Ladies with
obtain covers postmarked in : k _
native of Columbia, S. C., their numerous hospital ward r .4
Navy post offices at Byrd and
Mrs. Beck began her federal ser- tasks this summer.
South Pole Stations in Antrac-
vice career in 1943 as an air-
tica, do by envelopes Pamela has 152 hours of Vol-
may so sending -
craft mechanic helper in O&R unteer credit 104 Karen
'to the Construction Bat- ; Mary, ;
Dept, NAS, Norfolk, Va. As a talion Center at East Greenwich, 126; Margaret, 32; Barbara, 25,
war service appointee, she was and Michele, 25. The girls were !

displaced in 1949 and reemployed R.I.All covers must be mailed in awarded Red Cross Volunteer

in 1950 as file clerk.In time to R. I. by Oct. 15. They Pins for their assistance by How-

1951, Mrs. Beck was transferred will be postmarked during the ard Moran, manager of the Du-

to NAS Jax Supply Dept. Antarctic winter night and re- val County chapter of the Amer- i
turned ican Red Cross.
during the first months of
and promoted to supervisorystock
Also present for the ceremonywere
control clerk, her present Persons desiring postmarksfrom Charles Gross, Field Director -
_____ ,.. .
position in 1957.Braintwister. Byrd and South Pole Sta- for the Red Cross, NAS --- -A-SUMMER WELL* 1 SPENT,iWol .I.\, ,v. *.. IsVA:.w...*..,v ."..w ..JSCS3

tions may send addressed en- Jax, and Mrs. Nona Storey, NAS volunteers dubbed the Volunteens-receive Two teen-age Red Cross

AnswersI. velopes with U. S. postage af- Jax Chairman of Staff Aides. tor.Howard Moran (left,) Duval County Red Cross volunteer Chapter pins Direc-from
Messenger; 2. Mesdames; 3. ,fixed to: Deep Freeze Philatelic NAS Jax Gray Ladies are Volunteen, pins Margaret on the Hammond award of, Pamela Chapman with another

Misspell; 4. Steamers; 5. Shame Mail, U. S. Naval Construction planning to establish a training is Mrs. Eunice Cunningham Red looking Cross social on. Also worker.in front In row
course for future Volunteens to are from left, Mrs. Hammond Mrs. rear
less; 6. Reseams; 7. Blameless; Battalion Center, Davisville, E. be? followed up with actual Gray. Red Cross Field Director Charles Gross Mildred NAS Erdman Jax Field. Hospital Direc.

8. Screams. Greenwich, R.I. Lady training. of tor Staff Lcdr.Aides.Page Kendall. Chapman, and Mrs. Nona Storey chairman

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1 September 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5

r Pensacola

f t'a

.f { 5 Wins 6NDSBall

X N t t K .
3{ t aN rtY
t Title

No one could accuse the

Pensacola Navy Goshawks of

b t : taking things easy during the
Sixth Naval District Softball

Tournament which they won

v last week at Enterprise Field.
The Goshawks captured the

"READY AIM FIREl" Was heard at the Malniide bowl. crown the hard way, advancing

ing lanes last week as action In the three Mainiide intramural .. ,. ". ;, through the loser's bracket, win-
"" ;
fall-winler bowling circuits began. Teams \ : ., : :p : .
are competing Mon. ; ;; the
seven along
games way
day. Wednesday and Thursdays : 'V :!', ,\ "
starting at 1830. From left ; .I \
i' '
Jim Galton and John Pearson, both of, VA-44 hoping for strikes are. iJ '.. : . while Richard Grant and George Krzewski of the 679th Air the final night.
Force unit (center panel) do likewise. On right lanes Floyd i \i'.! 'f !', :') ,.oY\) ; \ ". ;""' ; }t WITH THE strong right aim
Roberson and Dale Nelson start activity for the : h'lt .:
night. American f \ of Roy Burch leading the way
League teams roll Mondar.nights. Continental circuit
from his the
strategic perch on
squads on Wednesdays and National League on Thursdays.AL .
teams are due to bowl Tuesday next week, however, due I pitcher's mound, the Pensy crewis
to the Labor Day holiday. now seeking further honors in
the South Atlantic Regional

Fall Bowling Tourney, at NAS Norfolk.
FOR SATURDAYIn Pensacola was caught nappingin
Play StartsAt I the first game, however, as a

CHIPSThe what may well be the finest attraction of the 1960 surprisingly strong Glynco Navy

Mainside unanimous local football season, the Chicago Bears, a solid team with nine trimmed the West Florida
view of local
squad, 1-0.
championship potential, tangle with a long-time favorite, the
seems to be that the NAS
Don Weed tossed a onehitterin
Traffic was heavy on the Main- Jax golf course is Washington Redskins, in the sixth annual pro football
rapidly becom-
hurling Glynco to the stun-
charity contest Saturday at 2000 in the Gator Bowl.
side Lanes last week as firing ing one of the finest in this '
area. ning win. Teammate Terry Bas-
An all-out effort by both clubsis
in intramural
began bowl- The natural layout has always forecast. The Bears were beaten sive and defensive units. Amongthe sett's circuit blast scored the
ing competition with spirited act- been interesting and challenging. by the Green Bay Packers new men is quarterback Mack lone run of the game.

ion in the American, Continentaland "The new greens are improving last week and the 'Skins are Reynolds, obtained just this week NEEDING TO win everyone

National Leagues. daily. Unfortunately a much too looking for their initial exhibi- from the St. Louis Cardinals.For of its remaining games, Pensa-

Getting the fall season rolling, large segment of our players have tion victory, so all stops will be the Bears, it's a case of cola went into Saturday's final
defending king VA-44 'Hornets' not improved their etiquette on pulled in this fray. starting the season better than round with five straight wins and

split'with the Cherry Pickers, 2-2, the golf course and are not tak- THERE ARE still plenty of last year when they droppedfour I facing unbeaten Memphis Navy

while Hospital was getting off toa ing care of the course as must be good tickets left, according to a of the first five games then and its crack pitcher, Joe Croz-

good start by blanking the done," reports Comdr. William spokesman for Jax Charities, won seven straight. Coach George

Marines, 4-0. Korressel of the golf committee.Ball sponsor of the annual charity Halas feels his club is in the title ier.The "Hawks" downed Mem-

IN MORE AMERICAN League marks on greens are not I game. Reserved seats, at $4 and contender class this year. phis in the first game, 9-5, then
action the Grocers shut Dental being repaired this is This will be the second straight
out ; easily and $2, are available at Special Serv- came back even stronger in the
t ''A', 4-0, ComfairJax 'A' scored quickly done with a golf tee. Divots ices, in Building 704. time the Bears and 'Skins will nightcap to win, 8-0.

f a 3-1 win over the Owl Hoots, from the fairways are not Tickets are also on sale at the face each other in the Jax Char- Jax Navy, host team and defending -
Aircraft Maintenance and the being replaced; it only takes a following locations: Tourist and ities game. Chicago won last title-holder, droppedtwo
Holy Rollers split, 2-2, and, to end few seconds to replace and stepon Convention Bureau in Hemming year, 52-14. Profits from the straight games, losing its

the first day bowling, Ord- a divot. Foot prints in trapsare Park; Howard's Bar and Lounge; game are distributed to special,I opener to Memphis, 7-6, then
nance defeated the Waves TV not smoothed out; this can Van Fletcher's Green Derby needy charities in this area. dropping a 5-3 tilt to NAS At-

squad, 4-0. be done by rake, club or foot. Restaurant; Five Points Lounge; Probable starting lineups for lanta.

In the Continental loop, MAR- It is the responsibility of each Hollywood Music Store, and I Saturday's game are elsewhere COMPLETE tourney results) :

TD won a forfeit from the Butchers player to take care of' the golf Atlantic Boulevard Drug Storein on this page.Football Pint Round Memphis Navy 7, Jax
course and know the rules of Neptune Beach. I Navy 6; Key West Navy 7, NAS Sanford -
4-0. Action started in the Carded
league with Disbursing 'A' down- play. Those who do not should The Gator Bowl gates will Meeting tNS Charleston 7, NAS Cecil
not be allowed the of is and in Field 2 Glynco Navy t 1. Peniacola Navy
ing Aircraft Maint. 'B', 3-1, and privilege open two hours before: the 2000 Football season near ;
the Raiders splitting with Ad- playing on the course.A kickoff for fans wishing to pur- order to get the pigskin season 0, and NAS Atlanta' 9, NS Mayport.

ministration, 2-all. copy of the 1960 Rules of chase ducats at the field. There rolling, there is going to be a Second Round Cecil 5, Sanford 3;
Golf may be obtained by sending25c will be a half-time show. meeting in the Athletic Direc- NS Green Cove Springs 6, Atlanta 3;
FAETU 'A' shut out Waves'A' to: U. S. Golf Association FOR THE REDSKINS, undpr tor's office on Sept. 6 at 0930 to Charleston 1, Glynco 0, 10 Innings;

4-0, while the Special Ser- East 38th street, New York 16: coach Mike Nixon, it's a matterof discuss rules. Kickoff date shouldbe 'ensacola 5, Mayport 0, and Memphis
vices Alley Kats took a 3-1 vic- N.Y. welding new men into offen- soon after Labor Day. 6, Key West 4.

tory from WAR. Third Round Atlanta 5, Jax Navy 3;
There will be an intramuralfall Glynco 5, Cecil 2; Pensacola 3, Key
scene, O&R tripped Disbursing'B'
4-0, the Hawks took a 3-1 golf meeting in the Mainside West 1, and Charleston 2, Green Cove

margin from Dental 'B', 679th Gym tomorrow (Friday) at 0930. 1.

got a 3-1 win over VP-18 and All members of units aboard the Fourth Round Pensacola 5, Green

FAETU 'B' also landed a 3-1 win Station which are going to field a Cove 1; Atlanta' 8, Glynco 6,; Memphis

over AUW. team are urged to attend. 3, Charleston 2, 15 Innings and Pen
Winding the first week of
sacola 9, Atlanta 0.
action the Warriors blanked Com-
Probable 'LineupsCHICAGO Semi-Finals Pensacola 4, Charleston
fairJax "B, 4-0, and Aircraft
Maint. 'C' also scored a shutout BEARS r. :.. 1. Finals Pensacola 9, Memphis 5,

victory, downing VP-18.. (Offense) (Defense) 'r / : and Peniacola, 8, Memphis 0.
LE Herlon Hill -' Maury YoumanIT c1ql
Dick Klein Fred Williams &&r ___
BRAVES RING LG Ted Karrai RT Earl Leggett Coast Guard Issues
C John Mellakas RE Doug Atkins ;
RG Stan Jones LLB Joe Fortunate Baseball Rally Cry
RT Herman lee MLB Bill George, c _
Jacksonville Braves RE Will. Dewveall RLB Larry Morris The Coast Guard Reserve
LH J. C. Caroline
close the curtain on their 1960 QB Brown Bratkowski or group training at NATTUnit has

regular season play in a two- LH Willie Galimore LS Richie PetitonRH issued a challenge to a baseball
day home stand against the Jim Dooley RH Erich Berne
for at NATTUnit
game anyone
RS Charlie Sumner
Rick Casares
Savannah Pirates Sept. 5 and FB r
wishing to form a team to pro-
6 at the new Jacksonville base- WASHINGTON REDSKINS

ball park.A (Offense) (Defense) lj vide opposition.
lot is riding on this series LE Bill Anderson John Paluck Interested persons should phone
and on the final road stay of LT Don Boll Bob ToneffLG extension 8449 for further infor-

the year for the locals, against C Jim Red Schrader Stephens RT RE Art Ray Gob Krouse "...._ n mation.
Charleston. FeltonRT 6ND SOFTBALL WINNERS The Pensacola Navy Goshawks
RG Fran O'Brien LLB Ralph
Softball Tournament last Meanwhile, NATTUnit Special
the Sixth Naval
Manager Red Murff's Bravesare Ray Lemek MLB Bill RoehneltRE won
Joe Walton RLB Dick lasse Saturday coming from the losers' bracket to win seven straight Services reminds all hands thatan
fighting for a playoff spot QB Day or LH Ben Scotti) games, defeating Memphis Navy in a final night double bill.
with the Knoxville Smokies ReynoldsLH 9.5 and 80. Comdr. Robert M. Nelson, NAS Jax executive ample supply of camping and
currently in fourth place. The I Ed Vereb LS Gary Glick officer, presents 6ND championship team trophy to Pensacolateam sports gear is available for check-
Braves are close behind. RH Ed Sutton RH Jim CrottyFB captain Ben Thomas, following closing action at EnterpriseField.
Don Bosieler RS Dick Haley ,.1 t out at Rosenthal gym.

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6 JAX AIR NEWS 1 September 1960

Midshipman Here :/ClassifiedFOR -

'c -" / -- ,
,. ..: :.. .. .. .. 'if'- ,

End For SALE
Another Year } 1Ii1L
Three bdrm, 2 bath CBS home VA

The annual equity, 4607 Anveri Blvd. By owner,
Midshipmen's summer "cruise" has ended,
including that portion of the training duty taken by the SP 10372.
Annapolis. 'Middies" at NAS Jax units. Cedar Hills Estates 3 bdrm, 2 baths

venue in this area, the Mid- home, Immed. ,transfer, make offer R.

shipmen visited FAW-11 to learn I pons, learned general employ- c E. Connell SP 10427.

the fundamentals of antisubmarine ment and missions of patrol : Cedar Hill Estates 3 bdrm., 2 bath,
: f s: a t
warfare. Supporting the squadrons and, finally, became ; home 4 %%GI Equity, $86 per mo.

Wing in this program were VW-4, acquainted with the ground and D. C. Anthony, SP 13205.

a detachment from VP-56 at NAS flight duties of junior aviatorsin Oak Hill 3 bdrm. home, Ig liv rm,

Norfolk, and FAW-ll's own VP- the typical patrol squadron.In din rm, kit, $74 mo, $1200 Equity, will
16 and VP-18. WV-2 Super Connies, the 2nd mtg.. Mrs. Roy Doriett; SP 14089.

FAW-11 WAS one of the major Annapolis students learned about Sale or Rent.

commands visited here, with the procedures used in aerial hurri- x >. Ortega 2 bdrm. home brick, swim

"Middies" also undergoing brief cane hunting and weather recon- { pool, patio, fence, air cond. equity $3500,

training at ComFair Jax units. naissance. .< by owner. Sadie Turner, EV 8-7313 after

They. were in this area, in three While temporarily here, the ,v,: i 1700 wkdays or ext. 3347, NATTU.
different groups, from July 12 VP-56 detachment was under FOR RENT
to August 19.Designated operational control of the Com- ttft : .
',<< ':, ,..' : .:: 1.f Cedar Hills 2 bdrm. home sep. din.
coordinator for the mander, Fleet Air Wing 11. $ "" 'kt'*' :' *1':' rm. patio, kit, new equIp. (opt) $100

FAW-11 phase of the Midshipman THE TASK OF this detach- per month unfurn. Mrs. Havlland, SP

training program for this ment was reported to be com- Lr:1: : 1-3081 after 1530, Ext. 8304 before

year was Lcdr. J. A. Hess of the pleted successfully. It racked upa L : #;y..: 1530. ,
Wing Staff. 'total of 100 out of a schedule cr<., :wN..N._ Gar .
Apt furn, Avondale, conv to
102 flights. HIGHLIGHTS 15 YEARS An Open House celebrationwas
In the
flight NAS
familarizationphase new paint. Mrs. James Welborn, EV
Taking note of this outstanding held at the Mainside Lounge recently in observance of the
the Midshipmen got individual 76933after 1700 wkdays.
15th anniversary of the popular enlisted men's facility. Guests
accomplishment, Capt. R f
instruction on airborne e n r o were served sandwiches cake and punch and dancing was Cedar Hills Estates 3 bdrm home

electronic equipment used in the Turner Jr., Wing Commander, held later in the evening. NAS Jax executive officer, Comdr. 2 bath, fen. yd, scrn porch & fem rm.wshr .
detection of submarines. commanded the VP-56 flight and Robert M. Nelson stands by as Mrs. Paul Lanier, Lounge supervisor ,
They refrlg & stv. NAS Cecil
maintenance crews with a "well takes first cut in the anniversary cake. near or
were also given a brief. period of Field. Mary Sprake, EV 9-1410 or Ext.
cockpit time. done: ... .

lectures ON THE at ground Wing, they headquartersand attended given As host the schedules task squadron of preparing, VP-18 daily was {S:: f-- HOW TO GET YOUR cone 382.Jax fir.Beach near. 3 hl-schl.bdrm up Mrs., apt.Padrick, gar ,with EV

flight officer
at VP-18 where they heard 7-3658, after
experts guides for the "Middies," pre- iK Z ABSENTEE BALLOTSince
fare on antisubmarine war- senting lectures on antisubmarine If. One bdrm Trailer awning patio,

explain newest methods of warfare and, in conjunction with Ig yd, lights, water, near NAS, $55 per

tion detection of tracking and destruc- VP-16, and VW-4, arranged for ( 1960 is a big election year and many local servicemenand mo. W. G. Nables, SP 10430.

unfriendly underwatercraft. static displays of aircraft and women may wish to vote by absentee ballot, the Jax Air Newsis Cedar Hills '., 4 bdrm home, 2 tile

airborne ordnance equipment. outlining information from time to time on how these ballotsmati baths, con v to NAS or Cecil Field. SP

They also viewed static dis .. be obtained. The Voting Officer for NAS Jax is Lt. HarryKlein 1-3110 after 1700 or anytime Sun. &
plays, saw the latest ASW wea- who can be contacted at extension 696, topside in Building Mon.,

955.) I. Furn. apt. for young working man or
registration i waived for serviceconnected -
Latest voting information by woman. Mrs. Ida Belisarlo, EV 8-5203.
Studying WaysTo persons and depend
states includes: Ortega Manor 3 bdrm. home, avail
ents. Ballots due by election day.
VERMONTSept. Sept. 1. A. M. Richardson, ADC, Ext.
Crews 13 primary for Congress, 8170 t or EV 8-5592.
I 20 primary for Congress, '
governor and state officers. Ab- Riverside furn 2 bdrm apt, $80 per'
and other state offices.
Of Navy ShipsThe sentee voting is allowed. Absentee governor balloting in generalelection mo.' E. A. Hieb, EL 4-5335 or SP 1.1878.
r Requirements, age 21 and reg- THIS 'N THAT
Navy is conducting a study Y za istration with Freeman's Oath, only, in person in pr i- Wanted ride from Murray Hill, wk

to reduce crew requirements of which can be taken by mail. Bal- mary. Age 21, registration re hrs 0800-1630, Mon thru Frl, or will

surface ships by turning over lots due by election day. quired. RHODE ISLAND share car pool. Chief Thiel Ext. 8177.
many control functions to autom- WASHINGTONSept. ,
Sept. 19 primary for Republicans Ride from 0800-1630, Adams & Main
ated machinery.! I 6 drFif 13 primary for Congress,
Project Y Sept. 28 for Democrats, Sts. Call Marcia North, Ext. 748 or 714.
-for Surface governor other state officers.
Ship Integrated Control-has the Absentee voting is allowed. Age for Congress, governor, and other Ride Wanted from 25th & Liberty,

goal of having Naval surface 21, registration allowed with bal- state offices. Absentee voting i in 07001530. Clyde Thomas, EL 4-0276 or

ships operate with fewer men, lot application post card. Ballots general and special elections only, at O&R, Shop 8367.

I yet out-perform current operat- due by election day. others in Age 21 registration .
f person. Driving to Norfolk Thurs. Sep. 1,
: ing ships, by simplifying and WISCONSINSept.
waived for servicemen and I960 or Frl, Sep. 2, riders wanted. W.
t, centralizing shipboard operations. >Yk 13 primary for Congress, I
The study, for which Sperry governor and other state officials. spouses. C. Conway, Ext 777 during wk hrs.

Rand Corporation has been Absentee voting allowed. Age 21, .

, awarded a $260,000 contract, is

I due to be completed within a ; Retired Pay

\e year. (Continued from Page 1)a )

Results of the study are to be six percent pay hike. The act-

incorporated in a destroyer escort ive duty supplementals were tos-

a ship type which will con- sed out.

tinue to be a major factor in antisubmarine AND CONGRESS voted a flat
warfare. The ;'t ,
Navy six percent "costofliving"raise

hopes to realize substantial cost --SARASOTA-SCENERY A for all those retired before

and space savings by making ,use model of sunny symmetry i> effective date of the act, or June
of data processing and automa- model Sandee Noel, embellish 1, 1958. '
tion equipment. ing the Gulf of Mexico beach- Retired
protested and
persons ,
side at Sarasota. The gal's definitely .
Project SURIC is being carriedout
gulfstreamlined. when the 1959 Congressional ses-
by the Office of Naval Re- sion got underway the Adminis- : k

search, Sperry Rand, and Gibbs All Navy WarrantsContinued tration changed its mind and decided -
and Cox, Incorporated, Naval that the historic
principleof __
( from Page 1))
relating retired pay ,to active INIr
30. The board's meeting will bea _
duty raises should be preserved.But __
"one-shot" affair; it will not
The boy, whose father was a there was no action. Mean- '
baker, brought his teacher be reconvened in future years.
a while, those retired before June
fresh pretzel quite often."I Warrants who miss select- 1, 1958, continued their campaign : _

wish you'd tell your father ion for 'LDO (T) commissionswill with the active support of Presi-
not to make b. ? {
quite so salty,
remain eligible for temporary dent Eisenhower.
she said once, laughingly.
Thereafter, the shiny, brown promotion within the war- On April 5 of this year, the

delicacy, always minus the salt, rant structure on the new 2-4-4 House Armed Services Committee ZE.ht.kr'r.< ;., ,2,.>
was found frequently on her advancement schedule.A took up the equalization bill, JUNIOR-SIZED CHAMPIONS Winners and runners-up x

desk. "It's very kind of your decision by the Judge Ad- HR 11318. It finally passed that in recent golf tournaments for youth at the NAS Jax golf
course walk off the green following a practice round. Twelve-
vocate General has cleared the
father to make one just for me," body of Congress on May 12 and year old Danny Pollock (second from left) has captured the
she told the boy. way; for permanent advancementon was sent to the Senate. Jr.-Jr. Championship of the Station while David Stutz, 14-
the 3-6-6 schedule without ad- years old (behind Pollock) Is the new titleholder of the Jr.
"Oh, he doesn't make them this ditional selection boards being And there it has rested ever Championship. Stutz defeated Richard Middleton, (left) while
way. I lick the salt off!" required. since. Pollock won over Russell Fuller. (right) Donald and Lou Gif
ford, not in photo won the Father-Son tille.Paao .