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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 27, 1962
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NATTU Honormen WHATS INSIDE *
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Freedom's Meaning Page 2
SSGT N. R. Maurer, AO
J1I S August Serviceman Page 3

"A" School, 84.97. Sports Page 4

Parachute Club 5
E. J. Stolze, AEAA, AE "A" Page
Talent Page 6

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Vol. 20 No. 29 U.s. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 27 September 19




NAS Plans Open House October; 1 14I





O&RUnder NIF Blue Angels, 'Chuting Stars !



As of October 1 Highlight 22nd Anniversary !


The Overhaul and Repair Department, largest of 13 -
The famous Blue Angels the Navy's Flight Demonstration ,
,
departments at .NAX Jax with some 3077 employees, will :
Team, and the 'Chuting Stars, the Navy's Parachute
embark of operations called the Navy
upon a new concept 'I
Exhibition Team will
at
Industrial Fund beginning October 1. perform an Open House program :
at NAS Jax on October 14 in observance of the 22nd. anniversary ,
Defind as a "revolving fund loss of the Station. \
cost generates no profit or .
established for the of
purpose from the operation. Naturally, The appearance of the Blue ;
providing working capital for the the Angels have appeared here
however, some profit or loss will Angels and the 'Chuting Stars'will
operations of industrial-type times before thrilling the .
or normally be generated and dis- highlight an afternoon of many ,
commercial-type activities," Navy tributed to future' operations or action and entertainment to crowds each time. Over the 16 i

Industrial Fund is not new, but be disposed of depending upon which the public is invited to years since their organization, I
it will be the first such venturefor policy decisions.IN help the Naval Air Station cele- the Angels have earned; a world- 1

an NAS department.FOR A NUTSHELL, this means brate its birthday. Gates will Be wide reputation second to none,
YEARS shipyards, ord- that O&R'will charge for work open from 12 noon to 1630, with I with their flawless exhibition of !;
nance stations and other manu- and services performed and the air show to begin at 1415. ''I precision flying. Although the '
facturing activities of the breath-taking individual maneuI I
Navy
conversely O&R must be reim- A L SOON THE AFTER-
have operated under this vers performed by the team !
system. bursed for services rendered by noon's program will be several are
The first major air station to those taught to prospective
con- it. Other departments of the Sta- demo nstrations, including a every
vert to Navy Industrial Fundingwas flash F8U Cru- naval aviator during flight
tion will be providing servicesto photo loop by an
NAS, Quonset Point, R. I. in O&R, mainly Comptroller, sader; high performance take- training, the entire show, as it
1959. When NAS Pensacola is seen today, has evolved
con- Public Works, Supply, Industrial offs by an A3J Vigilante jet, i
verts on November .1 all of the Relations, Security, Dental, Med- F8U Crusader jet and an A3D through the years since the first
major air stations will be under team was organized in June '46.
Skywarrior jet, flown by Jack-
(Continued on Page 5, Col. 1))
the industrial fund system. sonville Navy pilots; Captain THE SIX-PILOT DEMON- \
Industrial funding provides a Dick Schram, as the Flying Pro- stration is
9A TTU Man team lead by a former :
. more effective means for con-
fessor who will
perform acro-
Jax
FLIGHT LEADER-LCDR Navy pilot, Lieutenant !
trolling the costs of goods and Ken Wallace formerly of VA- I batics in his piper cub; a crash- Commander Ken Wallace, who ',
services required to be producedor Tops Leadership 44 will bring his Blue Angels fire demonstration; and a heli- served with VA-44 here in 1959. t
furnished by industrial type Team to NAS Jax on Sun- demonstration and
copter flight
activities and a more effectiveand day, October 14, for a gala Four of the pilots fly in a dia- I
Training Class Open House celebration of the rescue operations and others. mond formation with two pilots I
flexible means of financing, Station's 22nd Anniversary. Organized at NAS Jax in 1946, flying solo as maximum perfor- I
budgeting and accounting costs J, B. Johnson AE1, was named I
mance demonstrators.The .
thereof. Honorman of the NATTU Lead-

UNDER NIF O&R Jax in ef- ership Training Program Class I AM Local Receives Formal 'Chuting Stars in their

fect enters on a commercial-type which graduated Friday, Sep- short existance have proved to I

operation with a financial man- tember 21. Recognition First of Six be a sensation wherever they
agement system similar to that This was the third class this ; have appeared. Formed in 1961

used by private industry and puts year, and the first for rated,, per- Six employee organizations received official recognition to help commemorate the 50th
Jax in competition with other sonnel. It was also the first I at NAS Jacksonville last week from the Commanding Anniversary of Naval Aviation,
O&R departments.To class in which a NATTU man Officer. Captain James R. Compton.. the team is composed of volun-

put the new concept into finished on top. Naval Air Lodge, 1630, Inter- ployees, Local 1116; National As- teer parachutists.The .

operation here, the Bureau of I This class, for E-6 only, anda national Association of Machin- sociation of Government Inspec- 20-man team, led by Lieu ,
Budget expects to establish work- non-rated class graduating ists, was granted formal recog-
tors, Local 1;; National Associa- tenant Commander Bruce Cobb,
I
ing capital of $5,500,000 for August 31, were reduced size nition and had the distinction of
tion of Government Aircraft Ex- bails out in four-man groups at I
O&R. This working capital is classes, with 16 NATTU and being the first employee organ- aminers, and Operations Anal- 12,500 feet- then free fall two
utilized to finance the costs of NARTU men completing the last ization at NAS Jax to receive ysis Association.In miles into space. During this (
production to fill customers' or- class.A such recognition under Execu- 60-second plunge the 'Chuting 1
ders. These costs are recouped by class for WAVES is next, tive Order 10988. receiving recognition, these Stars attain speeds of two milesa

billing the customers and collec- and it is expected to be a full- THERE WERE FIVE OTHER employee organizations have minute, while performing ac-
tions are made and credited to or almost full-class of about 28 employee organizations which been recognized as the represen- robatics, criss-crossing and pass-
perpetuating the revolving fea- people. were granted informal recogni- tatives of their members. The ing batons in mid-air. This

ture of the working capital and Johnson, latest honor grad tion under the Executive Order. unit under which recognitionwas form of exhibition commonly

the cash account of the fund, thus ate, is an instructor for the pro- These were the Federal Aircraft granted includes the entire known as "skydiving" has gain-
keeping the fund intact. Theo- i gram. He is assisted by C. W. Electricians Association; National activity. The representatives of ed prominence as an international -
retically the practice of billing at I Sarama, ENC. i Federation of Federal Em- these organizations will have sport. However, the 'Chuting
the right to present to manage- Stars are not professional sky-
ment in accordance with proce-
divers. All these men are naval
dures established in NAS Jack-
1 parachutists some of whose vol-
sonville Instruction 12721.1A,
unteer test work had pioneeredin
matters of interest to their mem- the research and developmentof

r bership. pilot safety and survival.

EMPLOYEES H A V E THE equipment.
_
RIGHT to join or refrain from Il l
joining an employee organization -
and their rights as individ- ''NX To SellAntifreeze i

.!.aYas j;. .. Z'd f.r: uals will not be affected whether -
'!n:;.Nr}' y! refrain from
9 'f they join or
1r
.. ..
,
rJ
/
; :
v S.'r
r r.f./ra.'' y H %.. joining such an organization. The
lJ., }
Department of the Navy Snd Now that Fall is here temper- I

management officials of this atures will soon be dropping so

command have always welcomed it is a good time to begin t

the opportunity to meet with thinking about getting antifreezefor

.y officials of recognized employee your automobile.The .

__. ....m..m._.___...___________..... __ ________._.._ ......... _....... ___ organizations on matters appro- Navy Exchange gas sta-
UNION OFFICIALS-CAPT James R. Compton NAS Commin Landing Officer, Jail Wednesday priate for group discussion witha tions are selling antifreeze at
a ceremony in his office, presented officials of Naval Air Ige 1630, International Associa-
lion of Machinists, with a letter granting them formal recognitio in under Executive Order 10988. view towards improving work- very reasonable prices, which it
(L. to R.) Walter E. Riricre, Jr.. Employee Representative CAP r Compton William KIng Presidents ing conditions and efficiency of was pointed out by an NX of-
ident and Employee Representative Frank L. Register Vic Pr and Eugene P. King,
Employ Representative. operations, it was stated. ficial, includes the installation.


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27 September 196]
lAX Am NEWS



Station Traffic Freedom's Meaning--



MAl, JecboMIIe Violation RecordThe Put In Letter FormWe

CAPT I. I. Comptow Comw.dh Oflbr
COt WHw X fciwb h-vtlve Oflbr following is a reportof !
..... Air Jckionvl1! NAB 6NO traffic violations for the service people are great ones for writing letter
IADM JoMph M. COTKM -_ Command period September 16 through when we're overseas. We write home to th
CAPT v...... Casey: OiWf of Staff especially friends to relatives, describing the sights we',
September 21.NUMBER to ,
family
..... ,
E1.v.nCAPT
Air Wing And a If
we've met. once year, we'i
GUbwt 1. rVMbnfwIm Commander seen. the people
CAPT Andrew H. Cow.rl Oitof Stiff Office OF ACCIDENTSThis really on the ball, we write a letter to some people mo|
Newt Air Technical Training Unit have never met.
CAPT BirtMl D. Ali! Commanding OffIcer week (period Sept. of us Foundation

CM Ev0WM P. V.roVy Executive Officer 16-21) ....................................9 THEIR ADDRESS-Freedom Valley Forg
to hear from us
Naval Hospital Total accidents this year Pa. This year they're asking top

CAM I. ML H rm., Commanding Office through Sept. 21 ................ 204 of "My Freedoms and My Responsibilities" in a letter d
CAM Stephen H. Tolti E' cutlve Officer Number accidents through from 100 to 500 words. And of course, as in the past, theij
Naval' Air Raawv Training Unit
101 cash awards with
CAPT Ralph L Elliott, Jr. Commanding Officer September 1961 ................ 185 are incentives in the form of U
CDR Wlllkm M. MttUr Executive Officer top winner bringing the writer a sizeable $1,000.
Printed oommarkaHy with non- pproprUttd fund .In Jacksonville, Florida atM NUMBER OF DAYS, SINCE The money's a nice reason for taking part in the Lettcj
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July LAST INJURY IN MOTOR Awards of course. But there's another. When \\|
Program,
&. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air
VEHICLE ACCIDENT ...... 10 what the freedoms
down and ask ourselves are som
Jadnonvtlla, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, fleet Air Wing sit
11. Naval Air Re.arv. Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hotpltal. of us are apt to take for granted and what are our respo
LCDR Ralph D. McClure ... t Service Information Officer NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis service people to defend them-then we ma
Andrew H. Plane/ Assistant Service Information Officer week (Sept 16-21)) ...... 51 sibilities as 1

Cdltor-Mat Spencer-J01; Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone, JOlj Staff-RobartDoddi Speeding ........:......................... 6 see the role we play in a new light.
SA; Ruth Anna Roberts, SA; Photographer-Paul Parker, PH3. Reckless driving .................... 3 Our fighting men should know the positive values of thl
Member of North Florida 'Industrial Editors Association and Southern and International freedoms which the Nation is calling them to serve. |
Going through stop sign ...... 2
'
Council of Industrial Editor Defense McNamara's. The
The Jax Air New .la a member of the Armed Force Pren Service. Material Other violations .................. 40 The words are Secretary launch ]
appearing .In this publication can be reprinted providing credit la given. Photo- give us a springboard from which to our person
repne unless otherwise credited arc official U.S. Navy' Photograph Thirty-four drivers appeared expression of the freedoms that make Americans the mo.
Editorial office located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone before the Traffic Hearing fortunate people in the world-and the duties that are i ir
eslenslons 8164, 656. 272 or 216. Board at the meeting held on herent in them.Navy '
_
September 24. Disposition of

ing the: cases Six; included lost driving the follow-and Exchange Outline
I[ Communism
Liberty vs I parking privileges aboard the

station, 11 were assigned to a Mission
course in remedial driving in- Organization

In modern democracies, men and women are free to structions, 16 received sus- ,

choose their occupations, and free to change their occupa- pended penalties, six received QUESTION What is the av-

tion. Likewise they are at liberty to change jobs and move warnings, two were dismissedand erage markup in goods sold in the catelogs mentioned earlier. In thi
from one part of the country to another seeking better Exchange Retail Store? way, prices will be unifor
four referred to
employment. In totalitarian regimes, and especially in Com- were throughout all CONUS Navy Ex

munist dictatorships, these freedoms are greatly restricted. commanding officers for pos- ANSWER: The average markup changes. For noncatalog items

Clark Kerr, in the book Goals sible disciplinary action. on merchandise sold in the the retail price is arrived at b;]

for Americans writes, "the factories and mines, and peas- retail store is ,75%. It is lower applying a standard markup tha
American economic system has ants were encouraged to migrate "You are driving your auto- for necessities such as toilet ar- is applicable to a particular category

evolved with a primary emphasison from rural areas to towns to en- mobile. Suddenly an emer- ticles and uniform accessories, of merchandise. On thes/

the freedom of the individualto ter employment in these indus- gency occurs. You see it in- higher for luxury items such as items the price you pay may var

make economic choices. tries. stantly, but while you realize watches. Operating expenses in between Exchanges since thei
the retail store portion of the cost price might depending
"THIS WAS NOT HAPPENSTANCE By 1930, a large labor force the danger and move your vary
Exchange, including a propor- upon quantity purchased, mode of
of but had been recruited for industry.But .
course, a re- foot to apply the brakes, time
tionate share of the warehousingand transportation utilized, etc. The
flection the
of the American turnover of workers in
people's
belief that free choicein mines and factories was consid- has gone by. That interval is office expenses, amounts to variance in price is one reason]

economic matters best serves erable.To called your 'reaction time'. approximately eight per cent of why NSSO discourages purchasing -
sales. The difference betweenthis of noncatalog merchandise.
our basic national purpose, whichis speed industrialization un- The most alert person, scien- percentage and the overall

after all, the fulfillment of the der the first Five Year Plan, the tific tests show; needs not less 18 per cent operating expense fig QUESTION What is my responsibility
individual.
dictatorship looked for means to than half a second to get the ure mentioned earlier, is due to towards my Navy Ex-

"From the outset we acceptedas stop the turnover. Among the brakes to working. Many dri- the expense incurred in the op- change?
an imperative the propositionthat methods adopted were the piecework eration of service departmentssuch
democratic vers require one, or one and ANSWER: It is the responsibility
a political system and the differentialin
sys- as the Barber Shop, Laun- I
of each to safeguard the
tem can be successful only witha wages. one-half seconds. The averageis dry and Food Services facilities. person
democratic form of economic three-fourths of a second. privilege he or she has in being ]
Other of workers QUESTION
means freezing How is the retail
organization."In to their jobs were the use Since, at even 30 miles an price determined on merchan- able to purchase at a Navy Ex-

some particular economic of the labor-book or workbookan hour, your'car travels 44 feet dise sold in the Retail Store? change. This privilege should !
sectors-notably the develop- ( identification contain- never be abused by buying for !
paper
in second if ANSWER The
one you are an : Navy Ship'sStore
ment of
national
our
railroadsystem' ing everything favorable or un- Office establishes the retail unauthorized persons except for
will
man car
after average your
the. Civil War-gov-
favorable in the
production rec- price all items listed
on in the bona fide gifts.
ernment policies were consciously ord of a worker without whichhe travel 33 feet before your

directed toward increasing the could not obtain work any- brakes can be applied.

effectiveness of the 'economy."FOR where), then of the passport, and Even the best brakes take

THE MOST PART, however finally of both.
I time to stop a car. Think about JUST
legislation and public influence
i This series is taken from these distances when you are
were directed to keeping
the economic system democraticand Ideas In Conflict, Liberty and driving on the street and highwaysdon't -
Communism (DOD Pam 3-11) LIKE
so. we believed, effective." take chances.
published by the Directoratefor
All totalitarian regimes requirea Armed Forces Informationand

produce harsh labor a rigid discipline social stratification and also- Education, Department of f'I/ I ..tf MAGNETS! /

between the elite and the Defense. > Rl'fI.."': S

common worker. These condi-

tions are as conspicuous in the .When the chips are down, Americans-especially'

Soviet Union today as they were PROTESTANT American servicemen-
have sticking together.'They've *
a way .
in Fascist Italy under Mussoliniand MDBS Notice 0830-Holy Communion, All :

in Nazi Germany under Saints' Chapel : fought 'side by side, and nothing

Hitler. Employees Mutual Death 1030-Naval Hospital Chapel. makes them closer. The American fighting man
Benefit Society Notice '194 0930 Service of Divine Wor-
Before the Bolshevik Revolu- and 195 is issued to advise ship, All- Saints' Chapel fights for a lot back home,'but he also fights for his

tion, Lenin promised to abolish members of the death of two 1100-Service of Divine Wor- buddies. When they stick together they're hardto
the internal passports of Tsarist ,
of its members.As ship, All ,Saints' Chapel beat.
days that tended to bind workers -
and peasants to their jobs and a result of payments by CATHOLICSunday

prevented their movement to the Society, members will E.K-jc: ; CODE OF CONDUCT: 4. If I became a
other now be assessed $2.20 whichis 0630-Naval Hospital Chapel I with
regions in search of higher prisoner of war; I will keep faith
wages. now due and payable. The 0900-1200-8t. Edwards Chapel my fellow prisoners. I will give no Information
ten-day notice of assessment ''
Weekdays or take part In any action
Immediately after the October
began September 25 and '-
on which might be harmful to com
my
Revolution 0700-King Hall
the dictatorship of .
will end October 8. l rades. If I am senior, I will take com
the proletariat allowed consider- Members are reminded that Saturday 6rxtat.A utriv mand: If not,' I will'obey the lawful

able labor mobility. Labor was cash payments will not be ac- 0800-St Edward's Chapel A UPMert.C.d.dc.dt orders of those appointed: over me and
desperately needed in the cam- Confessions are beard from will
back
them
cepted. war up in every way.Pogel .
r'-
to revive
paign industry in the 1900-2000. ,
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27 September 1962 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

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: Cecil Fieldlsf'OverThe


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Top" In CC- UFDr al ve

I
NAS Cecil Field has gone "over the top" to become,

the first major activity to equal or surpass last year's contribution -
II in the current Navy-Duval Community Chest
United Fund Drive which has suddenly slowed down aftera

fast start at the gate.
Cecil Field as of Tuesday of
have zoomed "over the top" in
this week had already contributed -
their respective efforts: The destroyers -
C?.. Nk : over $5900, a sum in excessof USS Fisk and Hawkinsat
last year's, with still over I
THIRTY YEAR AWARDS-Five tivUianAFMA e mployees were honored last Friday when they two weeks to go in the drive. Mayport Naval Station; Pat-
received the Navy's anchor type lapel emblem at ceremonies held in the NAS Commanding Of- rol Squadron Seven of FAW-11;
ficer's office. CAPT James R. Compton (center) presented the emblem to Mrs. Opal Hickson of The Marine Air Reserve Train- and CAG-10 'Staff, VA-135, VF-
the Supply Department. Looking on are (L. to R.) Archie McClure, Michael A. George and ing Detachment joined Cecil
and VA-46
William C. Yale all of the O b R Department who also received 30-year pins. Also present were Con Field as the only other of the 16 13, VA-106, VA-176, ,
far right) CDR Arthur R. Woolridge, Jr.. Assistant O & R Officer and CAPT John D. Sullivan, activities in the area to go over under the banner of ComFairJax.
Supply Officer. With a little over two weeks
the top.
concepts; (2)) The organizationallevel A BREAKDOWN OF SUB- remaining in the campaign mil- I
Discusses Useful of the activity to be dis- UNITS within commands and ac- itary and civilian personnel of I
Navy units in the Jax area haveto
cussed or considered must be tivities shows the following to
date come through with about
firmly established. Only confu-
Management ConceptsSome sion will result, unless one $41,000 in pledges.; This means
knows what organizational levelis Jax Women's Club that it must be "full speed
ahead" if the community I
being considered; ((3) The ex- Navy
useful management concepts and tools on the ternal relationships of the activ- Needs Linguists hopes to equal last year's contri- I
subject of centralization versus decentralization were passedon ity under discussion indicatesthe bution of $118,800.
members of Jax 40 of the Armed Forces
to Chapter THE SUDDEN SLOW DOWNof f
degree of self-sufficency or
Management Association by Captain R. H. Fagan, O&R Of- centralization of activity; (4)) The In spite to of call a generous for' re- the drive at this stage promp- '
ficer at the group's monthly meeting last Thursday at the sponse a personsin
internal division of responsibilities Jacksonville who speak for- ted one official to comment that

Civilian Cafeteria.The and organizations of an ac- eign languages, there are a "This slow down may be just a
presentation was the result erous hypothetical cases of both tivity are the centralization and few languages for which thereare lull before a sudden burst of
of a study made by a panelof external and internal organiza- decentralization problems which too few interpreters and donations. At least we hope so,

Station executives. Membersof tional situations resulted in the face each one of us daily and in some cases none. We cannot let complacency set
the study panel in addition to agreement on the following six: require logical analytical judgment in and rest on otir laurels of last

CAPT Fagan, included CaptainJ. "Command, Function/Service, ; ((5)) Six basic structural The search for interpreters of year. The entire Jacksonville
Public Works Offi- I I foreign language was begun by community is looking to us for
S. Bently, Mission, Geographic, Program/ factors were found which can be
cer; Commander K. S. Law, as- Project and EconomicResources. I, utilized in determinig the natureof the Jacksonville Business and leadership in this drive and if
sistant Supply Officer; Commander ." a centralized or decentralized Professional Women's Club as we can do as ''good as we did

L. K. Thompson, Adminis- The Captain reminded the organization, namely, Command, part of its cooperation in the last year, I am sure the com- I
trative Officer, Naval Hospital; management group that the Function/Service, Mission, Ge- U. S. Department of Commerce's munity will be very happy".

Leonard Eubanks, Industrial Re- study panel which compiled the ography, Program and Economics Travel Service program. The The Community ChestUnitedFund I
lations Officer, and Mort Haas, information for the presentationhad ; (6)) Certain qualitative ele- Commerce Department is urging drive is an appeal to all
Management Controls Superin- taken no stand or positionfor ments or considerations under citizens of other countries to visit hands to give through the Chestin
tendent at O&R. or against centralization or each basic factor are listed and the U. S. and to insure these a united manner to 43 worth-

IN HIS OFFERING, which is decentralization.WHAT should be analyzed, weighed and international visitors of a friendly while agencies. Contributors are .
also being presented at the THEN WERE THE judged prior to a decision on the welcome, it is important that not required to give in one lump !

AFMA's national conference this FINDINGS of the study group? form of organizational structure; interpreters be on hand in orderto sum but can pledge and pay for

week in Dayton, Ohio, CAPT They were listed thusly: ((1)) A and. .((71t While not included in effect proper and friendlier equal amounts during the driveor
Fagan emphasized that the words semantic problem exists. At- the*' previous" discussions, the communications.THE can pledge the entire amount
and "decentralization" Study Group recommends that and pay directly to the CC-UF.
"centralization" tempts to discuss the subject, de- JAX BUSINESS AND
are not readily definableas fine the problem, or review existing all existing organizations be PROFESSIONAL Women's Clubis Payments on pledges made to
wordscan considered dynamic rather than the CC-UF can be paid annually,
to meanings. The two publications created a also gathering informationthat
mean exactly opposite thingsto Tower of Babel, since the Eng- static and that allowance be pro- will help foreign visitors by semi-annually or quarterly
two people sitting in different lish language permits the same vided for adjustment and evalua- compiling a list of clubs that -

organizational positions with re- words to be used for different tion as conditions change. might entertain visiting countrymen : ;

gard to action contemplated, the persons who would be will- ;..f

Captain pointed out. ing to act as host, and interpreters
Max Preeo SA of MPO
"We identified six basic struc- I who would be willing to guide /
tural factors that singularly or in fellow countrymen.

any the combination process of may determining be appliedin I Takes "Serviceman" Honors Interpreters are still needed for

such languages as Albanian,
.whether to centralize or decent Max 0. Preeo, SA, of the Military Personnel Division, Arabic, Bulgarian, Burmese, Cam-
tralize There may be more factor I NAS Administration Department has been selected as the bodian, Chinese, Greek, Hindi, I
"
continued, "but
the Captain August "Serviceman of the Month." Indonesian, Japanese, Lao, Malay -
our repeated application to num- ,, y i.rJ
A $50 check was presented to Persian, .Rumanian, Scbo-
him by Captain James R. Compton Croation, Thai, Turkish, Urdu

NAS Commanding Officerat and Vietnamese. ,

}J ceremonies held Friday, Sep- Anyone wishing to help the
tember 21. Preeo will also receive local club in its effort to effect

an all expense paid tripto a friendlier welcome to foreigners

'" of i s JJ'Xdki St. Augustine, courtesy of the by either acting as interpreters

USO. or in other ways should send
;7/"rrr ;/rl
The August Serviceman was his or her name and telephone
cited for outstanding work in number, listing language spoken, %%%

the Transfer and Receipt Section to either Mabel Grafts, World y
He has been instrumental Affairs Committee, Business and ,

in saving the Navy money and Professional Women's Club, 2119
manpower by his correct prepar- Riverside Ave., Jacksonville 4,
ation of forms for the transferof Fla.; or the Tourist and Convention /tY+y. /

between 25 and 50 peopleper Bureau, Hemming Park, /

week; it was said. Jacksonville. :
.
,/ ;
The recommendation letter also BIRD NEST TRAVELS-
:.K) p 4ia/t'yi noted that Preeo is always Bhynz of the Times | John McAndrews, 2100 Branch
willing to give his Supervisor of Repair and
shipmates a Ground Check Division 'of ,
helping hand when his own w AIE. O&R and several other employees
work is caught up. And he very discovered a bird's
often works after normal work- ON THE nest in the rudder, hinge sef-
ting, of a WV-2 Super Con .
GROUNDLESS,
ing hours to
complete the work
"(TtERE's stellation the other day. The
it was said. Super Connie had flown to
N15'Hf0 NAS Jax for repairs from NAS
Preeo is filling the billet of a ;
weekend at St. Glynco. Ga. An interesting fact .
FIFTY DOLLARS-and an expense paid second class officer
petty and is that the nest and eggs stay
Augustine, courtesy of the USO'are presented to Max O. Preeo he has exercised good judge- ,..i a/r/tiFGrS ed intact all the time the plane !
of the Administration
SA of the Military Personnel Division in
the air. There
was were
NAS Commanding ment and a keen interest in his
Department by CAPT James R. Complin.
two eggs, undisturbed, in the
Officer. Preeo received the awards for his selection as August billet, the letter stated. nest when found.
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I Golf SwingsIntoFallSeason NATTU RoundupBy Sports I JAX NEWSAdmin AIR SPORTS




D..W. Warren*, JOSN ,

The Intramural Golf season got A dropped snap in the end

into full swing last Monday rained. out on the third green. zone cost AE "Gold" its open- Slips Into
Six golf teams will play on
when six NAS golf teams met ing game against MAD No. 1 in
to compete in the first three Monday and Thursday of each NATTU Intramural Touch Foot-
week, two teams will play at ball, Sept. 24.
matches of the IM season at the
NAS Golf Course, however, all 1430 on the front nine and two Under touch football rules, a Sudden Death WinIn
will play at 1430 on the back dropped snap is automatically
three of the golf matches were
nine holes. At 1500 the other two downed, and it went as a safety .
the third week of Intramural Touch Football, rain
teams will follow on the first against AE "Gold" when their
was a deciding factor when Admin defeated VA-176 by one
BOWLING nine holes. Quarterback dropped a snap
point. on a sudden death playoff last Monday.
Fourteen commands have entered from center to lose, 2-0. After neither Admin nor VA-
the Fall sport and have leave the ball exactly where it
That was the first game in 176 had 'scored in the game a
been divided into two leagues, had started.On .
LEAGUE NATTU's Intramural season and sudden death was called by the
seven in each to represent the the only game for which results refree. 'Each team had four the third down Admin's

National and American Leagues. were available. downs to make as much progress Herb Shaeffer, center, and Dave
STANDINGSFirst Following is the tee off sched- MAD No. 2 and AO No.1 as possible past the mid-field Weitzel, right end, rushed the
ule of the second week of IM were to clash Tuesday, September VA-176 attack for a sevenyardloss

you're leading-Chen you Golf. The leagues will be rep- 25 and AE "Gold" tries line.ADMIN WAS FORCED back behind the forty-yard line.

ain't! I resented by (N) for Nationaland again against Support Services five yards in their four downs The fourth was a incompletedpass

That's been the story, the (A) for American today, Thursday, September 27. which gave the VA-176 team a thus giving Admin its sec-

heartache and joys of the Fall October 1 The league is made up of six five-yard advantage. However, ond straight win and no losses

IM Bowling Leagues as they finished (A) Marines vs A/C Maint. ...Front location NineA teams, two from MAD, two from Admin's strong defensive team placing them in a three-way tie

their sixth week of play' ( ) FAW-11 vs. VP-30 "B" ..Back NineA AO schools, one from. AE "Gold" set VA-176 for a loss of,.five on for: first in the National League.
One prime example of how ( ) O&R vs Hospital .. Front Nine and one from Support Services. the first down. On the second VA-176 PLAYED a runnirtg
quickly the race for first place October 4 Plans call for a five
game down, a pass was blocked to and passing game coming within
can change is the Public Works'Sea (N) VA-44 vs ComFairJax Front NineN schedule for each team followedby .
; --- ----- distance twice and lim-
.
( ) NARTU vs VAP-62 .Back NineN scoring
\ Bees team. Three weeks ago ( ) VP-30 "A" vs VA-176 Front Nine playoffs as needed. Court iting the Admin team to cross
i around in 14th Volleyball
it was floundering the mid-strip only twice. Theyare
I place of the American League. in fourth place with a 1 and

I'I, placed Monday in night's the top results five position found !II it Air News Writer Set up; Rosters 2 record.Other scores of last week's

In the National League, the
in IM Touch Foot-
competition
I Sky Raiders and Stingers ended Dodds Best PickerThe Due in TomorrowTwelve ball, including standings and
their night in a tie of true fash-
coming games, are as folldws:
ion-17 wins, 7 losses. That's not
teams have submitted Marines 24, Supply 6; 679th 18,
all there are five teams tied
entries for the coming IM Volleyball A/C Maint 0 VA-176 18, FAETU
;
for fourth in the same league first week's pigskin picks found the sports writer with
of season. The deadline is ;0 VA-44 12, MARTD 0; Hospital
with 15 wins, 9 losses. the highest percentage gridiron predictions correct-eleven out
The only team that's been ableto of fourteen. There was a tie between last week's guest picker tomorrow at 1600. 18, VA-35 0; NARTU 12, VP-7 0.

really 'hold tight' is the Pay- Jonas Sweeker and Athletic Director Frank McCaffrey for Other commands are urged to AMERICAN LEAGUE

masters oft h e Continental second with nine right. The editors were on the bottom with send entry rosters in to the Ath- Teams Wins Losses
Marines .. ... ..".."...... 2 0
League. They lead, not by much, seven of the fourteen,right. letic Director in the Mainside Hospital .. .. ..2 0

over the Cougars: 18-6 to 16-8. ? Guest selector for this week is Andrew Planey, assistant SIO gym by the tomorrow's dead- VA-44 ,.." ......"........... 2 0
Who knows who'll be leading officer. Games for the coming week are: Coast Guard-Drexal; line. VP-18 ,...... ......".............. 1 0
next week!?! Ariz. St-Colo St.; FSU-Furman; Harvard-Lehigh; HoustonTexasA Teams which have VP-5 .. ."..................... 1 1
already VP-30 ... .. .. .................... 0 1
I Following are the results of & M; Iowa-Oregon St.; Mo.-Minn.; Ohio-Kent St.;Oregon-Utah: signed up to compete in the MMtTD ...........................: 0 2
I, the sixth week's top teams in Okla.-Notre Dame; Wyo.-Wash. St; Ga. Tech-U of F.; LSU-Rice; volleyball! event are: O&R, Disease VA-35 ... ................ 0 2
the IM Bowling Leagues: Air Force-Penn St.; Miami, (Fla.-TCU.) 'Victor Control, VAP-62, Supply....................1..0 2

AMERICAN LEAGUE PLANET MAC EDITORS DODDS Boat Branch, VA-44, VP-30 NATIONAL LEAGUE
A/C Maint, ComFairJax, Admin Teams Wins losses
Teams ,...,, Wins LossesTen Coast Guard Coast Guard Drexel Drexal AF679th .. ... ..." ..... 2 0
Pins "" 9 3 and Marine Barracks.A Admin ...., .......... 2 0
Dispensary (tied) ,,,,,.. .17 7 Ariz. State Colo. State Ariz. State Ariz. State
/ volleyball court has been NARTU .. ..."... ..... 2 0
S 1Confidenli.11
(tied) .17 7 .. .... ........
Electron .... .. 16 8SeeBeet Florida State Florida State Florida State FurmanHarvard set up in the Mainside gym for VA-176 1 2
."..".... FAETU ... "..... .. .. .. ".. ,0 1
"( "" 18 10 all teams to practice. The sea-
HarvardHouston HarvardTexas Lehlgh A/C Maint ... .... 0 2
i CONTINENTAL LEAGUE son is expected to start on Oc- VP7VAP62 .. .. ... .. 0 2
Teams Win > losses A & M Texas A &M Houston .tober 8.Clinic. .. .. ... 0 0
Paymasters ". .." ..." 18 6 .
S Cougars ...." ........16 8 Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa COMING GAMES
.'.. ... ....
Mix Masters "" 15% 8% Missouri Missouri Minnesota Minnesota
w Owl Hoots .. .. 12 8 To Start For October 1
..,.. Teams location
Hornets "" ,. 14 10 Ohio Ohio Dhio Ohio
6 (N) FAETU vs. A/C Maint StadiumA
I NATIONAL LEAGUE Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Hard Court Refs ( ) VA-35 vs. VP-30 ... ...Parade Grounds
r Teams Wins Lasses October 2
Sky Raiders (tied) .. .. 17' 7 Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Oklahoma Persons interested in officia- (A) VA-44 vs VP-5 ... .. Stadium
L Stingers (tied) 17 7 (N) VAP-62 vs. VP-7 (postponed)
:a Live Wires .. 13 7' Wash. State Wash. State Wash. State Wyoming ting IM Basketball, games during* Parade Grounds

I. Georgia Tech Florida Florida Georgia Tech the 1962-63 season are asked to October 3

attend the Basketball Referees' (N) Admin vs NARTU .. ....StadiumA
i LSU LSU LSU LSU. Clinic which is scheduled to be- ( ) Hospital vs VP-18 Parade Grounds

PutteringAround Penn State Penn State Penn State Penn State gin at 1800, Monday, October 8, October 4
r (A) MARTD vs. Marines .Stadium
1 Miami (Fla.) Miami (Fla.) Miami (Fla ) Miami (Fie-.) in the Mainside gym. (N) AF679th vs VA-176 Parade Grounds
.
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11| 'Members of the NAS Golf

.f Course are practicing for the
Annual Fall Cup Tournament
..
which starts this weekend, Sat- <: Zw y

urday and ends on Sunday.
Green fee for the 36-hole full 4

handicap, medal play tourney

i 4f has been set at $2.
I The Fall Cup Matches one of

eight annual tournaments heldat }

the NAS Golf Course.Sailing .





The Jax Navy Sailing Club, to-

gether with other local sailors, ,

will be hosted by the Jax Rud-

dar Club as they vie for honorsin '
WEBBED FEET? In a downpour of Florida's liquid sunshine last Monday, the gridiron squad from Admin
the forth Tri-Club Sailing Re- literally slipped past the chargers of VA-176. the 1-0
winning contest as a result of a "sudden death" overtime
: gatta on the St. Johns River this finale. Members of the offensive team for Admin shown here are (L. to R.) Earl Turner Henry Bryant, Herbe

'+ weekend. Shaeffer Norbert Hemman Frank Wilson, quarterback James Wilson and halfback Mark Wass.

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TAX AIR NEWS "II



I Parachute_ Club Logs 500th JumpIt


isn't often a young or- "". -
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ganization progresses as rap- tl if'1' \' ; :

idly as has the Jax Navy : ," .
Sports Parachute Club. .. "' "" ,"" \

Established early last March,
with its first jumps being con- ; / \ :

ducted before the end of that -,, '

month, the club has already :41
overshot the 500 mark. : '

THAT SOOTH SILK FLIGHT cr5\\

. was made on September 9th by
the club's Safety and Maintenance -
Officer, Jim Parsons. Par-

sons made the jump from 7,500 -
feet in a delayed fall of 30 F-

seconds

MADE HONORARY MEMBER

Piloting the plane at the

time was Lieutenant Commander :}
E. D. Holley of ComFairJaxStaff
: Because of LCDR Holley's :

personal interest in seeing to it E h, '2
that they nearly always have a i

pilot on hand on jump days, j .- ..
S.
namely himself, the membershipmade }> .. ti ,,, jk.Qt. ::'t;}? c;; t:.<,S:v"L,,;w.ti''',: i : :
him an honorary member iDt t"R .NK{

during ceremonies last Tuesday '
tiYt'4 a {; 5stiS
evening.

To date Parsons has 47 jumps

logged with a history dating 't
:.
back to November 1960 when he :. ; .

made the first spinetinglingventure (I' 'Y' ;a4,:}jtiw.,{,{.{<<.::; wj;;, ... ...,.....w.1...,:...8+':atk}:a x xwF:wxbLoo: tt,} .bab '
into space as a memberof
SOOTH JUMP-Leaving the hatch of an R4D-5. Jim Parsons
the University of Florida
Jump Club (above photo) of the Jax Navy Sports Parachute Club, loggedthe
at Gainsville. Before
membership's 500th jump on Sept. 9. His jump was made
joining the Jax club he recorded
from 7.500 feet in a 30-second delay fall such at those being
several chute flights with the conducted in photo left. Some Jax chutists fall up to 60 seconds

Army's Carolina.Ft. Bragg club in North 2W : *IY :1 before pulling their ripcords for the gentle decend to earth.

+. First to greet Parson (bottom photo) after the 500th Jump feat
SINCE PARSONS' FEAT the is club president and flight,surgeon, Arthur Hagan. (Photos by
Jax Club members have goneto : Bill Bridges. PH2-P1))
the air and have racked ...... .
up ,yw:A:}::jtics:}'' r'i '
Yyxw; ; :
an additional 57 jumps to their jumping) members. ir'W'-W' ::5: ::: ; ;; f} ::
credit. Besides Parsons, Lemieux and jfi : ? : !lE' :

Among the line of chutists Kavanaugh, club members include JI
James Bassett John Brim-
their : ,
waiting turn at the White-
house Field jumping area (northof : low, John Chamberlin, Gayle
Cecil Cooper, James Crockett, Charles
Field), there can be
found two lady enthusiasts- Golden, Arthur Hagan (presidentand
Sheila Kavanaugh and Eula flight surgeon), Gary Harris ri
(Willie) Lemieux. William Johnson (vice pres-
ident), Robert King-Ellison, Rich-
Sheila, a newcomer to the
aerial ard Marini, William Mills, Billy
sport, has made four of
the required five ,static-line Randell, Gordon Schmuck, Floyd
Syke's, Henry Taylor and Harry
jumps, whereas "Willie", as she
is called by her jumping com- Wood.
rades, has hit the silk 15 times, ONE OF THE CLUB'S FIRST
enough to enable her to leave instructors, Army Sergeant First
the plane and go into a five-sec- Class Phil Vander Weg, is nowa
ond delay before opening her National Champion, one of our
chute. Nation's top 10 competitive par-

ORIGINALLY, THE CLUB achutists, and a member of the _

started off with 11 charter mem- American Olympic Team. _ _
bers. Now there are 20 active Presently the club's goals are

members and 27 associate (nonCongress'Sfudies focused on two off-station chut-
ing trips. The first to Lakehurst,
N. J. to compete in a Navy and

Marine Corps exercise, on the
20th October ,and then to De-

AF Legislation land, Fla., to participate in the
South Atlantic Invitational Sky
Legislation' affecting members' Diving Tournament to be held
of the Armed Forces continuesto Thanksgiving weekend. This lat- :

make its way through Cong- ter tourney will include both

ress.Much military and civilian competitors. -
of it means money, bene- *
fits or rights to servicemen re- With increasing membershipand I
in 1962 amends existinglaw
turning to civilian life either participation in various com- July an O&R Be it ever so humble, there'sno
relating to war orphans' ed- ?
I through retirement or releases petitive meets during the ensu- ucational assistance. Eligible per- (Continued from Page 4, Col. 2)) place like home-for accid-

from active duty. ing months, chances are very sons'may now attend foreign ical and Administration. Others ents and nearly twice the
LATEST FIGURES SHOW I likely that the club will record
I that 22 educational institutions under may be called upon to provide deaths. Nearly one out of four
legislative packages have : its 1,000th jump before celebra-
certain circumstances. services from time to time.
I become public law since the ting its first anniversary. Among activities that will be of these accidents happen to
87th Congress ANOTHER NEW LAW ex-
convened.
I The latest bill to pass Congress IZES[ the provisions of Title 38, plains what type of service is recipients of services from O&R I, workers off the job.

and be signed by the President U. S. Code, relating to the as- now creditable for pension pur- that require reimbursement to Remember to take safety with
(affects all signment of National Service poses. Other legislation increasesthe NIF are various bureaus, fleet
servicemen-past
present activities, Air Force, Army, other you when you leave work, says
and Life Insurance.An rate of special pension pay-
increasingthe
future-by certain awardedthe naval activities, Coast Guard and the National Safety Council.
( rates of disability compensa- amendment to the existinglaw able to persons others.
tion. authorizing hospital and Medal of Honor.

Another new law extends the medical care for peacetime vet- One law protects the familyas The Comptroller Department of
eterans' guaranteed and direct erans suffering from non-com- well as the veteran. It states the Station is concerned with becomes truly an "all hands"

ome loan program and also provides pensable service-connected dis- there shall be no reduction of the budgeting and accountingwork evolution and requires alert, for-
for the 'veteran's direct abilities may affect any serviceman. pension otherwise payable dur- in support of the NIF pro- ward-looking financial planningand
oan program. ing hospitalization of certain gram. The conversion of the the cooperation of everyone
STILL ANOTHER LIBERAL- A bill signed by the President veterans with a wife or child. O&R to Industrial funding thus concerned, it is emphasized.



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Bluejacket's Inn To



Feature Talent NightHomespun


talent is the Thursday night highlight of
Movies will be shown regularly the Bluejacket's Inn here at NAS, featuring an array of

at 1900 on Monday through some of the finest enlisted and dependent amateur talent

Saturday; at 1400 and 1900 on in the Jacksonville military circles.

Sunday, at the Mainside and Kickoff for this new phase of'

NATTU Theaters and at 1900 entertainment was last week as

only on Sunday at the Hospital five hopefuls stepped onto the '0' Club

Theater. These times are subjectto stage and performed.TO Events

change. V! CREATE INTEREST and Friday September 28
Thursday September 27 participation the talent is ex-
St. Johns Room-VA-44 Wives
Mainside-Betrayed. hibited on a competitive basis, Coffee 1000.Happy .
NATTUnit-Secret of Deep with a selected panel from the
Hour 1530-1800.
Harbor. kWHAT'S audience acting as judges. 19th
Hole-Aircraft Maintenance
Hospital-Battle Cry. Last week's winner from a -
Dept-Steak Cookout 1930.
bill of five performers was
Friday September 28 Dance to the KAY RYAN
Wayne Fanton, PH3, of the Fleet
Mainside-Don't Knock The TRIO-Dining Room 20002400.
Air Photo Lab. Fanton captivated -
Twist. Saturday, September 29
the audience with his mas-

NATTUnit-Betrayed terful, phenomenal display of Happy Hour 15301800.
Hospital-Secret Of Deep Har- UP HIS SLEEVE-Wayne Fanton. PH3 of the
Fleet Air Photo Lab demonstrates one of his bagful of card card tricks. Walnut Room-FAW-11 Cock-
bor. tricks at last week's amateur show at the Bluejacket's Inn. tail & Dinner Party 1830.
Saturday September 29 OTHERS PARTICIPATING Dancing-Dining Room with

Mainside-Bachelor In Para each being introduced by Emcee JOHNNY JELINEK 2030-2430. .
Jax Ceramic Art Guild Cliff Hall, Jr., of WAPE Radio,
Sunday, September 30
dise.NATTUnitDon't Knock The and backed up by Carl Boyd
and the Rhythm Kings were: Brunch 1115-1345.

Twist.Hospital-Betrayed Invites Military To Show Ronald Krantz, A03, of VP-18 Family Buffet-1800-2100.

who rolled out a drum solo; John Dancing-In Cocktail Lounge

Sunday September 30 The Ceramic Art Guild of Jacksonville has extended Spanly, CS2 of the Yellowstone, with DOE RAY ME TRIO 1900-

Mainside-The Commancheros invitations to military personnel and their dependents and a vocalist; and two military dependents 2300.

NATTUnit-Bachelor In Para- NAS civilian employees to participate in the Third North I Flo Drury, also a voc- Monday: October 1

dise.Hospital Florida Ceramic Show to be held October 7 from 2100 to alist and Jane Jackson who per- Happy Hour 1530-1800.

-Don't Knock The 1600 at the Garden Club of Jacksonville. formed a ballet and baton twirl Game Night 2030.
Twist. Exhibition entries will be re- ing act. -
a livelihood. Tuesday, October 2
Monday October 1 ceived at the Garden Club on
Riverside Ave., Saturday, Octo- THE CATEGORIES ARE: ((1)) Auditions for Thursday per- Walnut Room-All Wives'

Mainside-Pirate and The. ber 6, from 1000 to 1600 or for Underglaze, (2)) Glaze, ((3)) Sculp- formances are held on Tuesday Bridge 1230.

Slave GirL those personnel without trans- ture, ((4)) Hand built or wheelwork preceeding the spotlight night Happy Hour 15301800.St. .

NATTUnit-The Commancheros. portation, entries may be placedin I ((5)) Applied decoration between 1300 and 1600. Johns Room-Duplicate

; the NAS Hobby Shop Ceramic I (slip trailing sprigging, flowers, Bridge 2000.
I
Hospital-Bachelor In Para fruit etc.) (6) Stoneware Those persons selected from ,-
; ( ) ; ((7))
Department where will
they the auditions last Wednesday, October 3
dise. Tuesday will
Sgrafitto; ((8)) Stains; (9)) Combi-
be picked up through the cour- Walnut St. Johns &
perform tonight. Dining
Tuesday October 2 nation of techniques; ((10) Over-
tesy of Mrs. Edna Ellis, Guild Room-J.O.W.C. Luncheon 1230.
Mainside-Cabinet Of Caligari' Publicity Chairman. Participantsare glaze decoration such as metal- "Cooking With Wine"

NATTUnit-Pirate And The asked to have their entries lies, lusters, etc.; (11)) China
Happy Hour 1530-1800.
Slave Girl.HospitalThe. into the NAS shop no later than painting; (12)) Porcelain; ((13)) Change Over In Dancing in Cocktail Lounge
Porcelain cloth lace dec
Commancheros and/or
0900, October 6. with DOE RAY ME TRIO 1900-
oration; (14)) Glass; ((15)) Copper
Wednesday October 3 ENTRY Antarctic
THERE IS A $1 FEE BeginsFour 2300.
enameling and ((16)) Mosaics. .
Mainside-Not Of This Earth which covers any amount of en- Ribbons will be given for Thursday, October --
NATTUnit-Cabinet Of Cali- tries. This fee also admits the Navy Hercules planes
first, second and third prizes. Happy Hour 1530-1800.
entrant to the showing. Adults ended six months of winter iso-
gari.H There will also be door prizes. Dancing in Cocktail Lounge to
o s pit i a 1-Pirate And The spectators will be charged 50c lation for 208 scientists and Na-
Each of work DOE
piece submitted RAY ME TRIO 1900-2300
Slave Girl. while children will be admittedfree. vy men in the Antarctic when
must be labeled on the bottom Dance Class 2030.
All proceeds will go toward they brought in replacements in .
with .
entrant's
name, address, --- -
the Arthritis Foundations Ceramic mid-September.
-
and the class and the category
Workshop.The War Moms Host
number (as above). Roar Admiral David M. Ty-
Classified
; competitive program, theGuild's Participants are asked to re- ree, Commander, Navy Antarctic Turkey Dinner
first will be divided in-
claim all pieces by Sunday, Oc- Support Force, was aboard
to classes and categories as such: I The American War Mothers
FOR RENT tober 7, between 2030 and 2130. the first ski-equipped Hercules.
Class I-Adult Hobbyist, this Chapter No. 7 will hold a turkey
College St.-House, with kit. equp. The planes carried 119 passen-
EV 4-1561 classification applies to those Entry blanks are available at dinner at the Green Street CI-
gers and 2,200 pounds of mail,
Arlington Drive-3-bdrm. house furn. who work in ceramics as a hob- the NAS Ceramic Shop in the vic Club Building on October 4
SP 1-4878 by, who do not advertise have a Hobby Shop, any of the down- including 518 letters for one from 1700 to 2000.
sailor and 448 for
another.
FOR SALE
letterhead, or sign, or who do town studios, or by writing to The general public is invitedto

Orange Park-Concrete bungalow. not teach or work in ceramics as the Program Chairman, Mrs. The flight was 11 days earlier attend. Donation for adults

CO 49978. a livelihood; Class IIChildrenup Henry S. Burns, 4646 Park St., than any made to the continent will be $1.00 and for children

Ride wanted THIS from'N' THAT Arlington to NAS, to 17 years old; and Class III Jacksonville 5, Florida. since American Antarctic oper- $..75.The

0730.1600; Mrs Shaw, Ext. 321 or RA -Professional, those who teach, The NAS Garden Circle plansto ations began six years ago. Re- proceeds will be used to

50031. advertise or sell their works as have several floral arrange- turn flights started after a 24- further the Club's VA Hospital

ments around the ceramics. hour rest. work.



FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION




Jacksonville Branch 91, Fleet

Referve Association, is sponsor-
ing a "bring your own" picnic

this Saturday afternoon Sep-

tember 29.

R The picnic starts at 1400 at

the Branch 91 clubhouse, 8554

; (Roosevelt Blvd. Brownbaggersare

requested to bring their own

: t: : baskets, plus a little extra for

; the underprivileged single men.

: ..' There should be plenty of
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< '.. food for everyone, plus free soft .

CPO WIVES INSTALLATION-New officers for the year drinks and games with prizes for .....,..

1962-63 were installed in ceremonies held at the CPO Club on the children. NEW CPO-A scene reminiscent of the TV program "This
Saturday night. The Senior NAS Chaplain Msgr. John J. The regular Branch 91 assembly Is Your Life" took place in the NAS Commanding Officer's
Reardon conducted installation ceremonies. New officers are Office last Friday when Jeannette V. Hirst was greeted by the
(L to R front row) Mesdames Betle Lane"Parliamentarian: Lu meetings are held the surprise arrival of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hirst of
Wayne O'Neil. Board Member: Ester NeaL Board Member: Bea first Thursday of each month. Allentown. Pa. They were present to see their daughter receive -
Altmen Chaplain and Betty Huff. Board Member. (L. to R. The next meeting will be on her appointment as chief aircontrolman from CAPT
second row) Mesdames Marge Schimmelman Treasurer: Fee October 4, starting at 2000, and James R. Compton. Chief Hint entered the Navy in May of
Caneer Vice.President) Emma Taylor. President and Pat all members ; 1949 and at present she is an approach controller with the
Coleman. Secretary. ,are urged to attend. Operations Department's Radar Air Traffic Control Center.






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