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: November 8, 1962
Frequency: weekly
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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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GIVE. 'E Dependents. Info Page 5

Frontier Days Page 6

Vol. 20 No. 34 U.s. NAS Jack aonville,. Fla. 8 November 1962

Chest-United Drive Vet 's DayObsel.vance NAS Marines Celebrate

Nearing SuccessAlthough i 187th Anniversary

final figures have not been revealed, the latest Set LocallyThe
survey indicates that the Community Chest-United NAS Jacksonville Marines join comrades throughoutthe

Fund Drive among Navy activities in the Jacksonville area observance of Veterans world on November 9-10 to celebrate the 187th an-

will be_ scored as highly successful before the campaignruns Day aboard the Naval niversary MARINE of OFFICERS the founding and-their of the United States Marine Corps.-

its course this week. Air Station will be will be continuous music for
NO MONETARY GOAL NabSix, the following units and invited guests open the festivi-

established for the Navy's mili-was squadrons went "over the top": lighted by a special sermonat ties on November 9 with a dancing provided by the Com-
FairJax Band and Carl Boyd'sJazz
tary and civilian populace, but FairJax/NabSix Staff, CAG-10 the 0930 service on Sun- Birthday Ball to be held at the
Combo from 1930-1200.
it was announced at the outset Staff, VA-135, VF-135, VF-13, day in the All Saints Chapel. NAS Jax Officer's Club. A social -

that efforts would be VA-106, VA-176, VAP-62, VU hour is scheduled for 1900
made to
The Veterans
equal last year's contributionof Detachment 10, VF-31, VF-32, message followed at 2015 with the traditional Capi. Sullivan To

$118,816. As of Tuesday of VA-35, VA-46, CAG-4 Staff, Day will be delivered by l cake-cutting ceremony

this week the amount realized VF-131, VFP-62, and VF-62. Chaplain Radcliff. It will be being performed by Colonel Tell AFMA Of

had reached $117,000 and offi- The aircraft carriers Shangri La televised by WFGA-TV Frank R. Porter Jr., Commanding -

cials are optimistic that lastyear's and Roosevelt, based at NS Channel 12. Officer of the Marine Air

record donation would be Mayport, and joining with Com- Reserve Training Detachment.The Data ProcessingThe
Naval Air Station Band
FairJax in the drive, also reported -
equalled, or possibly topped. over the top. I have a moment of silence at will provide music for dancing status of automaticdata

The drive started fast, then 1100 honoring the deceased of from 21000100.The processing (more read
stalled and again picked up At Fleet Air Wing Eleven, all the Nation's wars. The day ily identifiable to the lay-
the Staff VP-5 Grand Ballroom of the
VP-18 and
steam near the end. Eleven of has been declared a holiday for man as electronic business
the 16 separate activities involved VP-7 were listed as having exceeded all military persons and civilian Roosevelt Hotel will be the machines) at NAS Jax will
their scene of the Marine Staff-Non-
have gone "over the self-imposed goal. employees other than those be presented by Captain JohnD.
THE AMERICAN I commissioned Officers' BirthdayBall
top". They are: CommanderFleet needed for essential work. Sullivan, NAS Supply Of-
Air JacksonvilleCommander Field Officer here at NAS Jax on Saturday, November 10.
ficer to members of Jax
Naval Air Bases Sixth joined the growing list of activ- Also on Monday the Naval Here, a buffet style dinner will Chapter, 40 of the Armed

Naval District, CommanderFleet ities recording successful) indi- Air Technical Training Unit's be served at 2000. The cake- Forces Management Associa-

Air vidual contributions. crack precision drill team, "Jax- cutting ceremony with Col.
Wing Eleven, Naval tion at the Civilian Cafeteriaon
Hospital, Naval Air Technical Although the NAS Commandhas on Lancers" will perform in Porter wielding the saber will November 15.
not reached the theJacksonville City Parade. take place at 2100. The Corps'
Training Unit, Naval Air Re- originallywas
The Lancers, though fairly new Senior NCO's will dance to the Captain
serve Training Unit, NAS Cecil group, several departments have scheduled to deliver his ADP
reached in organization, have performed music of The Cavaliers from
Field, Marine Air Reserve or exceeded last year's in December, but
Training Center, Marine Avia- effort. They are: Dental Depart- extensively in the Florida area. 2130 to 0100.OTHER will the principal speak-
tion ment, Public Works There last demonstration was ENLISTED MARINESget
Detachment of NATTU, Depart- er's platform next Thursday In- ..
Marine Corps Recruiting Office ment, Industrial Relations De- at the Tri-County Fair in Willis- their celebration underwayat stead, replacing Edward Fallon
ton, Fla. on Oct. 30. 1800, November 10, with a
and Patrol Squadron 30, which partment, Comptroller Depart- of Martin Aircraft Co. Fallon

operated independently this ment, Aircraft M a i ntenance THE PARADE ORGANIZEDby buffet dinner at the Blue- will be unable to fulfill his

year. Department, Medical Depart- the Veterans Patriotic Ob- jacket's Inn. Lieutenant Colo- speaking date this month due

NAS JAX with the biggest ment and Supply Department. servance Committee of Jackson- nel Joseph S. Heitzler, Com- to a mix-up in dates.
Tenant units under the bannerof manding Officer of the NAS
single self imposed goal of
any ville-Duval County, is scheduledto Captain Sullivan will cover the
of the activities, was still reach- NAS during the campaign 1040 Marine Barracks, will cut the
at Monday.
ing for the top and hopes to which have gone over the top birthday cake at 1900. There (Continued page 5, col. 1))

get there before the week ends. include the Officers Club, Area The NAS Band will march in

Within major commands and Wage and Classification Office, the parade as will other Armed Receives I

activities, a further breakdown Navy Audit Office, District Services groups, and civic, pa- LCDR Strauss

shows that at ComFairJax/Com (Continued page 5, cot 1) triotic, veteran, auxiliary, edu-
cation, commercial and indus-
Air Force CommendationA
trial groups who are interestedin

Submarine Service preserving our freedoms and .
Naval officer, now assignedto
honoring the men and women NAS Commanding Officer, pre-
who have pledged their lives NAS Jax, was awarded a sented the Commander the
Qualified MenThe U. S. Air Force CommendationMedal
to that duty. medal on behalf of Brigadier
I last Friday.HE .
increasing need for qualified submariners is rapidly General Andrew B. ,
j The Commissary Store has IS LIEUTENANT COM- Commander of the 63rd Heavy
becoming more evident, the NAS CI&E Office, as an
MANDER Stuart Strauss, Quality -
announced that due to the holi- Troop Carrier Wing at Donaldson -
average of over 200 new submarine billets are created
month with the every I day on Monday, November 12 I Control Officer of the Station's Air Force Base, S. C.
construction of new Silent Service boats.
Maintenance De-
RATINGS NEEDED TO fill I it will be closed. Regular hours Aircraft In a letter to the Naval officer -

these requirements fall into I ing, includes the following rat- of operation will be in effect i I partment. the general said, "It is my

three categories: Nuclear Power ings: QM, SO, RM, YN, SK, for the remainder of the week. Captain James R. Compton, pleasure to cite Lieutenant

Training; Polaris Weapons CS, and HM. All available ap- Commander Strauss for out-
plicants who have previouslybeen standing performance as the
System Training; and Basic
Submarine TrainingMen on waiting lists have been Senior Naval Officer of the First

ordered to school. Support Squadron at the U. S.
eligible for Nuclear Power -
Roosevelt Roads,
Naval Station
Training include MM, EN,
he wrote of the
P. R. .
SHORTAGE of submariners in
EM, and IC ratings. These men to
must be eligible for both sub all of the aforementioned ratings commander's contributions

marine training and nuclear I except for hospitalmen.Basic the success of an operation in
Puerto Rico entitled Big Slam/
training applications
(power training in accordance
with Chapters 10 and 11 of I'' also urgently needed from SA/ Puerto Pine.

the Enlisted Transfer Manual.I'I SN, FA/FN and TA/TNs. Sea-' ? THE LETTER WENT ON TO

and firemen will have the say that Cdr. Strauss' harmonious -
Many of the men in these nu- men the
clear power source ratings will opportunity to strike for any relationship between

be ordered to Nuclear Power of the submarine ratings for participating units while actingas

Training first. Upon successful which they are found eligible.All the Military Air Transportation -
Service i representative,
completion, eligible submarine applications for initial than
contributed directly more
volunteers will continue on to submarine training should be in expediting the supportof
submarine training and duty. submitted in accordance with the program. "In doing so,

FOR POLARIS TRAININGmen Chapter 10'of the Enlisted and
he spent many hours over
of MT, FT, ET, and TM Transfer Manual; using Nav- above that normally required",
ratings are needed. These men Pers Form 1339. AIR FORCE HONORED-"For outstanding performance as letter continued.
the Senior Naval Officer of the (USAF) First Support Squadronat
will attend Submarine School Further guidance in applyingfor the U. S. Naval Station Roosevelt Roads, P. R."Mreads the Commander Strauss reportedto
first and Polaris Weapons Sys- training in either of the citation which accompanied the Air Force Commendation Medal NAS Jax September 22 from

tem Schools later possibly aftera three programs of submarine being pinned on Lt. Cdr. Stuart Strauss by NAS CO. Capt.J. the Staff of the Commander of

period of sea duty in subma- I duty can be obtained from the R. Compton. The Naval officer received the award October the Eastern Transport Air
31 for the important role he played in a recent Puerto Rico
rines. Military Personnel Office, Bldg.I Joint military operation. Mrs. Strauss was present for the Force MATS, at McGuire
The third group Basic Train- 955 presentation. AFB, Trenton N. J.



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Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS 8 November 1962

: -9 Station Traffic I Veterans Day : We're

Violation RecordThe of the PeaceVETERANS

NAS, Jacksonville following is a report of Keepers
CAPT J. R. Compton .....................f...................................... Commanding Officer and
CDR Walter J. Schub ................................................................ Executive Officer motor vehicle accidents
Fleet Air Jacktonvllle NAB 6ND traffic violations for the pe- DAY 1962-it's always a solemn event

RADM Joseph M. Carton ................................................................ Commander riod October 27 through No- This year it's more so because we've faced the worst national -
CAPT Vincent Casey ...................................................,............__ Chief of Staff- vember 2, 1962: crisis since Korea and have not been found wanting,
Fleet Air Eleven
CAPT Gilbert J. Freuenhelm ..............Wing.............................................. Commander NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis Never have we been more united as Americans; never hasa
CAPT Andrew H. Cowart ......................1............................. Chief Staff Officer week (Oct. 27 President's bold, sure action to meet a military threat had

CAPT Hartiel 0. Allen .Naval..........Air......Technical...............Training.............Unit........... Commanding OfficerCDR through Oct. 31) .............. 2 greater popular support.
Eugene F. Verdery ............................................................ Executive Officer Total accidents this year IT'S NOT OVER. OF COURSE. Far from it. Cuba even
Naval Hospital through Oct. 31 ................222 without Soviet missiles will be an ugly problem as long as
CAPT J. M. Manner ................................................................ Commanding Officer Number of accidents Castro and his crew are around., The issues in Berlin remain
CAPT Stephen H. Tollni ............................................................ Executive Officer nuclear test ban
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit through October 1961 ....211 unsolved. Agreements on a and the

CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. .................................................... Commanding Officer NUMBER OF DAYS larger problem of controlled disarmament have not been
COR William M. Miller .. ........................................................ Executive Officer reached. In other words it's no time for hosannas.
Printed commercially with non-appropriated fundi In Jackionvllle, Florida at no SINCE LAST INJURYIN
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev, July 1958. MOTOR VEHICLE And yet a feeling is widespread that the President's

Distributed weekly free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air ACCIDENT ......................37 resolute stand on Cuba and Mr. Khrushchev's sensible back-

Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical! Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing Speeding ................................21 down may have marked a turning point in the cold war.
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U. S. Naval Hospital.
LCDR Ralph D. McClure ........................ ... Service Information Officer Reckless driving .................. 5 Had the Soviets persisted in their intransigence, who knows
Andrew H. Planey .........:.............. Astsitant Service Information Officer Going through Stop Sign... 6 what the state of the world would be on this November 11?

Editor-Mae Spencer, JO1; Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone, JOlj Staff- Others ....................................33 It is terrible to contemplate even now that reason has
Robert Dodds, SAl Ruth Anne Roberts, SA. .
Members of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and International Fifty drivers appeared before prevailed.AS
Councils of Industrial Editors. the Traffic Hearing Boardat MEMBERS OF THE ARMED FORCES, let's be
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material American might and the President's
the meeting held November proud that military
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing cerdit Is given. Photographs
unless( otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs. 5. Disposition of the cases include grim determination to use it if necessary was the decisive
Editorial offices located in Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone the following: Seven lost factor. We are that might-each and every one of us. In
extensions 8164, 656, 272, or 8161. driving-'u'__ ana__ panting__ L' _privileges L the eyes of the world we have proved ourselves not in war

aboard the station for vari- but as a deterrent to war. We are keepers of the peace.

ous periods; 25 were assignedto Yet, perils lie ahead. We can expect other tests of
SEAPOWEREditor's remedial driving instruc American grit and fortitude. But the heartening fact that
tions; 19 received suspended the Cuban issue has passed into the authority of the United

penalties; five were given Nations; the demonstrations of solidarty by our NATO allies
( note: This is the third in a series of articles on Sea- warnings; five were dismissedand and the Organization of American States-these are

power. three referred to their grounds for hope. And hope is the spirit that predominatesthis
from Address Rear Adm. R. H. )
(Excerpt an by Speck commanding officers for pos- Veterans Day.

DESTROYERMENThe sible disciplinary action. (AFPS)

story up to now has concerned the evolution of RATE YOURSELF AS A
destroyers as ships. We must remember that people make VEHICLE DRIVERDo lain of the Navy Wives Club

these ships into useful fighting instruments that can exert LETTERS No. 86 was contacted at the
: ((1)) Give
their influence for peace and better relations and can fight you proper II.r eleventh hour to be one of the
signal when leaving the curb
when the time comes for that.
after checking traffic condi- twelve section chairman of the

DESTROYERS HAVE BEEN conditions and environment for tions. ((2) Give proper turn Good Neighbor, house-to-house

known as a rather hard way of studying may be somewhat less signal at least 100 feet in ad- division of the 1962 CC-UF

life where young men obtain responsibility than in larger ships, but if people vance of turning. (3)) Get in The following letter campaign.With .
was received -
early in their careers learn by doing, then the destroyer proper lane before making
by the Air News Editor
and this applies to the officers is good. turn. ((4)) Maintain proper lane from no complaints or grumbles
the Chairman of the Good
in all ranks and the enlisted The Cruiser-Destroyer Force by not driving over white Neighbor Division she got to work immediatelyto
men in all grades. My own has more personnel today than lines, and giving proper signal Chest-United Fund; W. Clyde find over 100 workers to cover
reaction is that the crews of the other type commands in the when changing lanes. (5)) Miller: her sizeable territory in
many kinds of ships probably Make in southwest Greater Jacksonville.
Atlantic Fleet. Further than that, stop proper position at "A Navy enlisted man's wife
work as hard, but that the people stop signs, and then
criusers and destroyers have the proceed
in recently came to the aid of the Mrs. Brannan has won many
destroyers do it under
cautiously. ((6)) Follow the
greatest number of surface ship car
Community Chest-United
Fundin friends for herself, the NavvWives'
more rigorous conditions for the
ahead at safe
a distance.
billets (7))
and surface ship com spectacular fashion. I
wantto Club 86 and NAS Jax.
destroyer the
Navy mands. A reading of the Keep both hands on the wheel
assignments her
that give the tribute she de- because of her remarkable response -
ship in
company of surface ship officers while driving except for shifting serves.
with all other of to a serious communityneed.
types ships.
invariably i 1 udes gears or signalling. (8))
n c repeated Mrs. Harvey Brannan, Chap- ."
They have the of the
spectrum tours of duty in cruisers and de Adjust driving to conditions;
larger ship operations, with stroyers. These two types of traffic congestion, road condition
something less of the favorable weather condition
ships operate invariably in multi- light-
working conditions.The ing, your vehicle loaded
ship units, so that they are required or
destroyers have historically to bd a part of a team ef- empty; and your own physical -
been a training mediumfor fort at all times and probably to condition. (9)) Not insist on

officers going to naval aviation : a greater degree than in other legal right of way. ((10)) Not

submarines, and to special-' categories of surface ship opera use the horn, except as a

ized fleets as well as those who I tions. They must absorb) and adjust warning. (11) Shift to neutral
return again and I when using a vehicle with
again. This is to, a synthesis of many
good, for the opportunities for a I ideas. They have an opportunu- manual gear-shift while wait-
well-rounded education is operat, ity to select from many methodsof ing for green light. (12) Anti-
ing ships at sea are unexcelled. performing their functions. cipate the actions of other drivers

The more senior officers in de- THERE IS A DESTROYER or pedestrians. (13) Make
stroyers continue this benefit, SCHOOL in sure emergency brake is set
Newport that has a
and the commander in the Navywho six-month course for when you park your vehicle.
young destroyer -
has successfully completeda officers to prepare themto ((14)) Move your foot to brake

tour in command of a destroyer be heads of departments. The pedal when not feeding gas to
is in a most favorable situa- experience of the first two classes the vehicle. ((15) Use the compression -

tion, for he is welcome on the has confirmed the need and the of the motor to help

staff of commanders of all typesof benefit to be derived by this concentrated slow you down when coming
forces. The experience the period of study. We to a stop, and then disengage

destroyer captain gains in operations hope to provide the equivalentof the clutch just before stalling r
with the the motor. (16)) Observe ,
amphibious forces two or three years of experience and
carrier striking forces, the so that the officers will be obey all traffic signs or sig-
airborne ASW forces, the mine able to perform their functionsmore nals. and at night lower your

forces, and submarine forces pro thoroughly and completelyand headlight beams in traffic.

vide him with a useful background in less time so that they devote ((18)) Check clearance before

that is much sought after. themselves to the improve backing. ((19) Leave your per- :'J." .. ..'
THERE IS A PARALLEL ment of the men in their department sonal troubles at home. ((20)) uit

within the enlisted men, for they and of the ships them Pass only when there is more \
are assigned to functions which selves. than enough time to. SCORE: !

would be performed by rated In summary, the officers and If you checked 18 or more, you U

petty officers or petty officers men in destroyers become experienced are in the expert class. If you
with checked 15-17 you are better L
seniority in large resourceful and cap
ships, so that the incentive and able at an early time in their than average; 12-14 checks,

the opportunity to learn is pre career, which is good for the future you are an average driver; 11
sent. I suppose the other side of destroyers and for the or less you are below average
should be and apt to be in an accident. "let
recognized in that the Navy itself. me explain
again, sir| when I put my arm out like, this
I'm signaling for a left turnl"

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8 November 1962 JAX Am NEWS Page :3


RATCCenter AC .: What's This! Palm TreeIn

Dons Ensign BarsA The, Arctic Circle?

transformation from "chief"to
"Mr." took place here at If the green thumb residents of northern Florida think

NAS Jax last Friday, November they'll have problems saving their palms from Jack Frost

2, as former chief air control- this year, their's is but one of minute circumstance.A I
man Alfred J. Finster
repeatedthe wide; its highest point, glacier-
a radio outpost on Jan Mayen -
commissioning oath and be- covered Mt. Nordostkap reaches

came an Ensign of the U. S. 4 i1 Island, some 275 miles northof 8,350 feet skyward. It was at the
Navy. + the Arctic Circle, are faced
foot of this magnificent mountain
with the same problemgrowinga
ADMINISTERING the oath 1 where the remote outpost occu-
Florida palm.
was Captain James R. Comp- pants awaited their special de-
This unusual transplantation resulted -
ton, NAS Co. This'was followedby livery package.
in answer to a request
the captain and the officer's
new -
from the men to their weekly
wife, Betty fastening
on airmail flight deliverers of VP16's -
Ensign Finster's shoulder Girl Scouts
Detachment 13 who are assigned -
boards.A .
with the of
job making

native of Carmel, N. Y., mail drops to the outpost. Need LeadersThink

Finster served with Radar Air It has become traditional for

Traffic Control Center 17 hereat the aircraft personnel to ask the they're here to stay?

NAS prior to his transfer to isolated men if there is anything Wonder what you can do to

the USS Intrepid homeported at > special that mght be delivered on help? They're coming by the

Norfolk, Va. He returned to NASto the next flight. A request came millions and each needs the

be commissioned, and will over the radio for a potted plantof guidance of men and women

venture back to the carrier this any type to be delivered. who believe in them. Do you

Saturday to become ,the assist- RESPECTING THE REQUEST, believe that the growingupyears

ant CCA officer. .. the detachment's leader, Com- of every girl are impor-

Finster entered the service in mander L. H. Boutte, presentedthe tant to her, to her communityand

June of 1946 released from next flight crew going to Jan her world?
was UNUSUAL PACKAGE of a Florida palm is given to a crew I
pctive duty in 1948 but was re- member by Cdr. L. H. Boutte, officer in charge of VP-16'i Mayen with a palm tree which IF SO THE SCOUTS can use

called during the Korean crisisin Detachment 13 for transport to a radio outpost on Jan Mayen, took special handling. and pack- you as a girl scout leader. Thereis
Island, 275 miles north of the Arctic Circle. The Detachment
1951. His appointment to aging by the squadron's para- no pay, but the rewards cannotbe
makes weekly mail drops to the outpost.
chief was in 1957. chute riggers for the drop. counted. Any adult female

He is married to the former Getting the palm plus the usual. over 18 is eligible to serve, and

Miss Betty Mathis of Jackson- CIVIL SERVICE mail, magazines and books to III no experience is necessary as

ville. They have five children, those men on top of the world I Scouts will train you. All you

Russell, 14; Jan, 12; Randy, 8; was a chore in itself. The P2V need is a sincere liking for girls.

Jill, 7; and April, 7 months. News In ReviewNEW Neptune bomber flew over the .. There are three Brownie troopsin

mountains of western Iceland and. full operation at NAS. While
LOOK IN APPEAL RIGHTSIn across frigid North Atlantic wa-
another Brownie troop meets in
NATTU HonormenAE"A" addition to equalizing appeal rights from adverse. ters until it came to the small island Dewey Park. One intermediate
actions for veterans and nonveterans the new for I
program which is only 30 miles long
of 5th
School, W. R. Neel- troop consisting grade
relations in the Federal Service
employee-management and from two to seven miles
is in
girls full swing. A Seniortroop"
ey, AEAA, 89.31. provides for more uniform handling of employees appeals
AO"A" School, Sgt. B. K. within employing agencies. Post Office Issues is being organized this
week But there
White, 87.87. are no trnos!
AO"B" School, H. W. Rob- UNDER THE GOVERNMENT. agency appeal (and then he has for the 6th, 7th and 8th grade

ins, A02, 81.91.Blcod WIDE APPEALS system now in 10 days to appeal to CSC), unless First U. S. Stamp girls because of the lack of lead-
force these factors apply:
the agency has not completed ac- ers. These may be separate
The employee must be notifiedof Hailing ChristmasWashington
his first-level
tion on appeal troops or can be consolidatedinto

Donors his right to appeal"and may within 60 days, at which time he (AFPS)The first one troop. Can you help

appeal at any time after an ad- may terminate his appeal to the stamp in U.S. postal history com- them? If so call Mrs. Leimer at

Forty-two enlisted donated verse action, but not later than agency and take his appeal to memorating the Christmas Sea- EV 4-2663 or Mrs. Nelson at
persons 10 days after the effective date
blood to the Naval Hospital of the action. the CSC. son has come off the presses of CO 44113.

Blood Donor Center in Octo- IF THE EMPLOYEE ELECTSto the Bureau of Printing and En-
The employee is entitled to '
ber. appeal to CSC at the outset, graving in an unprecedented initial -

Donors from Aircraft 'Main- name choosing a to representative help present of his ap-his he forfeits his right to appeal printing of 500 million I V/antTo/ Catch A Cold?

tenance Department were: JamesH under the agency appeals sys- stamps.

Avery, AOJ1; Charles 0. peal.The employee and his represen- tem. THE POST OFFICE with an Here's The WayWant

Buckland, AMH2; Clarence L. tative must be assured freedom The hearing is held before "a eye to its long-standing deficit,

Carty, ATR3; George E. Coakley, from restraint, interference, co- hearing officer or committee selected hopes that millions of Americans to catch a cold? It's

AA; Ray Compton, ADR3; Michael ercion, discrimination, or repri- in a manner to insure that exchanging Christmas cards this easy if you'll just follow these
V. Domain AN Paul M. year will use the four-cent stamp instructions:
sal, and must be allowed a rea- members will be fair, impartialand
Doyle, ANS2; Randy M. Ever- sonable amount of offical timeto objective.The rather than send cards unsealedat Pay no attention to how you

ett, ADR3; Reggie V. Garrison, present his appeal. the three-cent, third-class rate. dress in sudden weather changes -
AT2; Robert O. Gerber, AA; employee or represen- The stamp is of normal sizea these days; let yourself get
NORMALY ONE APPEAL tative and the shall both
David R. Hutcheson, AMS3; Ter- agency, rectangle buttressed by oblong run down so that you're a ready
LEVEL within the agency is per- have the right to cross-examine
rence E. Huyge, ATNAN; Mich- panels at the left and bottom mar- victim of fatigue; pay little attention -
mitted, but an additional level witnesses.The .
ael D. Jones, AA; Ray E. Kirk- gins. The rectangle contains an to diet so that your
with the
provided con-
land, AMS3; Walter E. Mack, can committee must make a evergreen wreath tied with a red body has no resistance.
of the Civil Service
AN; Donnie R. Rogers, ABH2; currence Commission. summary or transcript of the bow. Two burning candles in the On the other hand, says the
Donald R. Royer ADR2 RonaldM hearing and of its find-.
; I a report left panel illuminate the initialsU. Florida State Board of Health,
Skeldon, ADR3; Michael L. Appellate review must be 'ings to the authorized agency S. in Old English type which
avoid cold
you can help a by
Stevens, ADJ2; Lyndhal J. Ste- made by an official who is ata offical.- summary of the hear- also marks the "Christmas 1962"in dressing to suit the weather
wart, MR2; David Urvina, AA; higher organization level than ing and of the report of findings the bottom panel.
getting plenty of rest; and eating -
Hershell West AA George W. the person who made the adverse be furnished the
; must to em-
Jim Crawford, Post Office De- balanced, meals. And if a

Zink, AA; made decision.the If adverse the agency decision head, he ployee and his representative.The partment artist, designed the cold hits you, get plenty of bed

donorswere which went sale Nov. rest and drink lot of citrus
Supply Department must decide the appeal. employee and his repre- stamp on a
: Earnest A. Gowans, AK2; I sentative must be notified prom- 1 and will be available throughDec. juices. If it persists, better see
Jimmie L. Gump, AK2; Ron L. ptly of the final decision. 31. your doctor.
Bieglen, AA; Glenn D. Gill, SA; given one opportunity for a hear-

Aruel L. Green, SA; Charles E. ing, which may precede the ori- .

Hicks, SA; Bruce W. Robinson, : ginal adverse decision or the de- /q.r,.+.::..!+ :
SA; LT Daniel Suder; and LT cision on appeal. Opportunity fora iF

Charles W. Young. hearing may be denied onlya.

if an agency finds a hearing
Donors from the NAS Dispensary -
impracticable because of unusual
were: Steven L. Luse,
location or other extraordinary
HA; Jackie L. Price, HN; W. E.

Hert, HM2; Walter A. Ray, HM2; circumstances, orb r
if the employee failed to request r
LCDR Gorden E. King; Douglas
a hearing when offered,
O. Shirer, DN; and Larry E. Tis-
preceding the original decision.
dale, DN.J. .
If the employee appeals under
H. Gerald, Do-, the agency appeals system, he BIG TANKER-The SS Thetis, a supertanker dais petroleum cargo nisei with a capacityof
donated blood to the Blood not appeal to the Civil Ser- 14 million gallons, discharged: a cargo of Nary special fuel oil at the Nary Fuel Depot last week.
nor Center. Also Edward Travis, may According to Lt. L. P. Calston, officer in charge of the Depot, the Thetis is the largest cargo
YN2 of 'NAS Administration Department vice Commission until he receives ship ever to put into the Port of Jacksonville. The tanker is 93 feet wide, displaces 56,000
gave blood. the initial decision on his tons when loaded to capacity and draws 36 f.et. Cruising speed is 17 knots.


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, Dispensary DropsO Pistol TeamDominates

I & R To Take LeadDispensary lAX NEWS AIR SPORTS

won its fourth I Jax MatchThe

the top five teams in IM Volleyball
straight of IM
game Volley- Jax Navy Pistol Team
ball play last Monday to take : dominated the monthly

the lead in the American' AMERICAN LEAGUE match held last Sunday at NAS Golf
League and to give O&R its Team Wins Losses the Jax Police Pistol Range,

first loss of the season. This Dispensary 4 0 winning seven firsts and five
loss drops them into third I VA-44 3 0
second awards.In .
I place
place.In O&R VA.35 2 1 0 1 the Master Class, Vergil Final On Saturday

the first game both teams VPS \ 1 1 Placid took all three first placesin

played evenly in both offense NATIONAL LEAGUE the 22-38-45 caliber categories
\ The first 18-hole round of the Annual NAS Golf Club
and defense until the last two Team Wins Losses This effort also won for
held last and
Championships was Saturday Sunday at the
minutes of the game when DIs- VP 30 3 0 him the three gun aggregate
NAS Golf Course. The second of the tourney is scheduledfor
NARTU "A" 2 0 honors with a total score of
scored five in
pensary points a
this when the semi-finals
Admin 1 0 coming weekend and finals
2561 out of a possible 2700. J. J.
row to halt the O&R squad, DVCC 1 2 will be played off. -
15-11. NARTU "B" 1 2 Galica placed'second in the 22 phens with a 6-5 over Don Hen
as. and 38 caliber as well as take Following are the quarter derson.In .
O&R took a stinging lead in ing second in the aggregate totals finals winners in each of the

the second game with 11 with a score of 2555. four flights of last weekend's results the first flight the four
straight points downing the Jax Varsity : winners were Bennie Parker, Ted
Winning the Expert Class .22 -
Medicalmen, 15-4. Kilkinson, Larry McClaren and
Championship flightRuscettaGierdo
match was C. L. Linza while
It though the defeated Lew Gifford Bill Mull. The second flight also
appeared as VolleyballTo Navy Nurse Jane Farr from the one
third game would be a victoryfor Naval Hospital took second up on the nineteenth hole on a had four winners, they are ,Bert

O&R, but the Dispensary FormThe place in the 45 caliber Sharp- playoff. Don Gifford downed Monis, Frank Muller, John Hoy-

netmen smashed over 14 in a shooter match. Dick Cleveland by a 2 to 1 die, and John Brady.

row, rallying to a 15-2 victory. Jax Navy Varsity Volleyball O. H. Chitwood completely score while Gus Duliakas won There were three winners in

Following are the results of Team is now being formedfor wiped out all competition in the over Ray Kennedy by default. the third flight, John Van Auken,

the 1962-63 season. Marksmen Class taking first The fourth winner in the Championship Gilbert Frauenheim, and Charles

All net players interested in place in all calibers plus the flight was Jack Ste Fields.AkeyPicks .

Bowling becoming a member of the team grand aggregate.A .

are invited to contact the NAS new NAS team member,

League Athletic Director, Frank McCaf L. A. Van Auken, placed thirdin Upsets

frey either at the Mainside Gymor the Marksmanship class.

ResultsThe by calling Ext. 585. The team was shooting againstthe
A strong tournament scheduleis Jax Police Team, the Navy of

top five kegler teams in being set up which will includethe Team from Glynco, Ga., the
each league of IM Bowling are National Championships at Tampa Police Team and shooters picking the upsets in college gridiron action last

as follows: San Antonio, Tex., and the heave from Robins Air Force week, Guest Picker Master Sergeant C. M. Akey took first

AMERICAN LEAGUE ily sought-after All-Navy title. Base a total of 35. place in the seventh week of, Pigskin Picks when he guess-

Teem Wins Losses ed twelve out of fifteen games right. The Editors came in

SeaBeei 311,2 121 second place with eight right, followed by the Athletic
Electrons 29 15
Dispensary 301 th 171iConfidentials Director, Frank McCaffrey with seven. The Sports Writerwas

30 18 way down the ladder missing eleven predictions.This .
AIC Malnt 22 14
week's Guest Picker is LCDR Ralph D. McClure, Service

Team CONTINENTAL LEAGUE Wins Losses ....-.. Information Officer. Games for the coming week are; Air Force-

Hornets 32 16 UCLA, Duke-Maryland, Florida State-Georgia Tech, Arizona-

Owl Hoots 28 16. Kansas State, Florida-Georgia, Iowa State University-Oklahoma,
:ire Balls 30th 17th / yYKat sH Miami (fla)-Alabama, Michigan State-Purdue, Northwestern-

Paymasters (tied) 27 17 Wisconsin, Notre Dame-Pittsburg, Ohio State-Indiana, Pacific-
tied 27 '17
Cougars ( )
1/ Z San Diego State, Washington-California, Rice-Arkansas and a
NATIONAL LEAGUE local game between the Jacksonville Bears and Daytona Beach.
Team Wins Losses
NARTU 30 10
t Bandits 30 ,14Avions r UCLA A.F. UCLA A.F.Duke .
29 15 Md. Md. Md
I Sky Raiders 23 13 Ga. Tech. Ga. Tech. Ga. Tech. Ga. Tech.
Ariz. Ariz.
Stringers 24 16 Lvf .a Ariz. Ariz.
Fla. Ga Fla. Fla-
Okla. Okla Okla. Okla.
Alabama Alabama I Miami Fla. Alabama .
matches are now being Purdue Michigan St. Michigan St. Michigan St.
played in the Mainside gym N. W. N. W. N. W. N. W.
during the noonhour. Spectators .r N. D. N. D- N. D- N. D.
are welcome to come and Ohio State Ohio State Ohio State Ohio State
see tome of the top players Pacific S. D. St. Pacific Pacific
perform. This cartoon was Weal Wa h. Wash. Wa h.
drawn by Leon Dulin of the Ark. Ark. Ark. ArkJax. .
Special Services Department. Daytona Jax.: lax

I 1962 NAS Jax IM Gridiron Season Nears End .

The big if! Who will claim the title as the Intramural
Touch Football Champs of 1962? Will it be the Marines AF679th FAETU AMERICAN LEAGUE

which won last year's trophy and have only one loss cre- 6 VP-7 0 0 AF679th 6 Marines MARTD Hospital

dited to their record this season? Or will it be VA-44 lead- 18 A/C Maint 0 6 NARTU 24 18 Vp.30 0 6 VP.18 12 18 Supply 6 '.
ing the American League without a loss? Or the Air Force 12 VA-176 6 0 VA-176 18 2. Supply 6 6 Vp.S 18 18 VA-3S 0
12 NARTU 6 20 A/C Maint 0 12 VA-35 6 0 VA-44 12
team which is presently holding the National League lead.
,6 FAETU 0 0 Admin 6 6 MARTD 0 6 Hospital 7 30 Vp.18 2
18 Admin 2 0 VP-7 6 26 Vp.18 0 0 Marines 6 1 VP.5 0
This is the big question asked On the otherhand, with an N 3 VAP42 7 VAP-62 6 o Hospital 8 0 VP-30 1 8 Marines 0
by many NAS Touch Football unblemished record so far, the Admin A/C Maint VP.5 0 Supply 1 6 VA..4 12
2 AF679th 18 0 AF679th 18
fans as the 1962 Football season Air Force team, AF679th, has 0 NARTU 34 0 NARTU 32 VA.I ,VA.3S VP.30

approaches its end. With many only one game left to play 20 A/C Malnt 0 0 Admin 20
makeup games to be played, while NARTU stands close be- 1 VA-176 0 7 VP-7 6 'VA-3S VA-44 VPS
the Leagues are not yet decided hind with only one loss. The 6 FAETU 0 0 FAETU 20 0 VA-44 6 ,6 VA-35 0 18 MARTD 6
0 VP-7 6 12 VAP-62 20 o Hospital 18 12 MARTD 0
0 Vp.18 6
who will compete in the playoffs Air Force, employing a strong
1 VAP-62 0 VA-176 6 Marines 12 6 Vp.S 0 0 VA-.<< 6
or who will be the cham running and passing attack VA-176 NARTU 7 VP-30 6 J2 Hospital 6 0 Hospital 1
pions. along with its defensive strength, 6 AF679th 12 12 VP-7 0 12 Supply 6 6 VP 30 0 Marines
has more than a good chanceof 6 NARTU 18 6 AF679th 12 VP.18 1 VP.18 0 Supply
18 FAETU 6 18 VA-176 6 MARTD
However, one of the big winning its final game with Supply VA-35
0 Admin 1 24 FAETU 6 VP.5 Marines VNO
games that will decide this VAP-62 a result which will 6 VP-7 12 34 Admin 0
question is when the Marines give them the National League 20 VAP-62 0 32 A/C Malnt 0
meet VA-44 next Wednesday. A A/C Main VAP-62 Supply VP-1. VP-30
Leatherneck win could place title.Here's VAP-6J VP-7 6 Hospital 18 12 MARTD 6 0 Marines 18 .
7 VP-7 12 0 AF679th 6 o 2
YP-30 6 VP.5 0 2
Supply 0
them in three tie for the a look at the overall
a way 0 A/C Main 12 0 NARTU 12 6 VA-3S 12 0 VA-44 1 6 VA-3S 7
American League first place season records for each team,of 0 VA-176 20 6 A/C Main 7 1 MARTD 0 2 Hospital 30 1 MARTD 0
position. The game will be play- both leagues. Teams without 6 FAETU 7 12 VAP-62 7 o Marines 6 0 Marines 26 0 VP.1 6
ed at 1600 on the Stadium gridiron scores indicate games to be 0 Admin 1 12 VA-176 6 6 VP.18 18 6 VP-30 0 0 VA-.<< 6
N 3 AF679th 6 Admin 0 VN 18 Supply 6 Hospital
field. played: NARTU 6 FAETU 0 VA-44 A-3S VP-5



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8 November 1962 SAX AIR NEWS Page 5 :

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Dependents Information

Center Offers Many ServicesJust

arrived at NAS Jacksonville and somewhat con-

fused? Relax! Those uncountable problems entailed after a

transfer as to where to find housing, the right school for

the children, plus every other 'must know' question can be

solved by visiting! Cne.n. in one office.Sound .

a little farfetched
etc., the Dependent's Center has

f NEVERTHELESS it's true. answers for questions coveringsuch
; : ; And the man who provides this subjects as the Navy Wives

( service is Seaman Steve Per- Association, local and State
retti coordinator of the Sta-
tours and points of interest, a
tion's Dependent's Information list of accredited insurance '
Center located in Bldg. 9 nextto
companies, information on vari-
the Badge and Pass Office at
ous modes of transportationboth
4f the Main Gate. in the U.S. and abroad,

Here can be found the listingof and files on the location of the

local houses for sale and many schools in the Jackson-

rent, both private and through ville area as well as churchesof

f ,.. _,,, ... realtors, including trailer houses all denominations.
'ahw.':w' "' "" "' "' ''''''"''''' ''''''''''''''''''''';"""" """" ""' <"'" "' '> m''''''; <<>::roI
NATTU Brothers THEY DID IT AGAIN-These two brother added another and lots. Newcomers need not be the
chapter to their almost One example of off-base hous-
parallel Navy careers when they com- only ones benefiting from the
pleted the Advanced Aviation Electrician's Mate School at the ing is Magnolia Springs. This
Center. Since NAS Jax is the
Have Almost Naval Air Technical Training Unit Stephen E. Killmer (left) apartment project, administered
hub of the vast Naval complex
and James M.'Killmer (right) are presented certificated of com anda
pletion by Capt. H. D. Allen. NATTU CO. Stephen finished sec jointly by the government here in Jacksonville, this uni-

Parallel Careers ond in the class, James third. civilian enterprise, is located que, small, but collective in
18 miles south of NAS Jax in
formation source is here to help
Graduating second and third Green Cove Springs. "The resi- all servicemen, including those
Jokes Have Bitter Taste
from a Navy service school was dents of this housing area havea from NAS, Cecil Field and the

no surprise to James M. and number of car pools to help Naval Station, Mayport.

Stephen E. Killmer. They're usedto minimize the transportation
that sort of thing. Behind The Iron CurtainHumor problem to NAS," says Perrotti. Subjects of general interest
contained in the Center's flies

WHEN THE TWO SECOND is more than an expression of pleasure; it can BESIDES THE OTHER num- are recreational doings, huntingand

Class Aviation Electrician's Mates also be an outlet for fierce resentment and scorn, as the erous problems which might fishing rules, regulationsand

completed the Advanced Elect- work of Mark Twain and other great humorists demonstrates. face a newly arrived family where to go. Also of Interest -

rician's Mate School at the Na- Nowhere is this truism borne out more sharply than in concerned with Medicare serv- to every motorist, therecan

val Air Technical Training Unit, the "jokes" circulating in countries behind the Iron Curtain. ices, Navy Exchange benefits, be found information on

Jacksonville, it was just another Here is a sampling of some recent ones indicating the local and state traffic laws and

step in almost parallel Navy ca- popular feeling toward Communist regimes: 62 Duck Hunting licenses.

reers. Ivanovt "If the Western powers
The Dependent's Information
chairman, "the sentence for noth-
attack us, our agents will carry Season is but another of the
Suffering Center
James, older of the two, beat ing was only five years!"
atom bombs concealed in suit-
fine facilities available to aid
his brother into the his
Navy by a One East German to
cases to Paris,London Rome,New in helping to make each man's
month. They were stationed with friend: "Can Communism be Due To DroughtDuck
York and all the other big cities I tour of here
duty a pleasantone
the same NAS ,
squadron at Mir- put into practice in West Germany -
of the capitalist imperialists and
amar, Calif., before coming to ?" Friends "Yes, but hunting will be limitedin
destroy them. Pelrovt "I guess Florida this due to the
NATTUnit. They re-enlisted together year
we'll have enough bombs for that why? in Canada and
at Miramar in August spring drought One
but how about suitcases?" And finally, there's the story HatWing
1961 and parts of the U S.
reported here a week from Budapest about the ab-
apart. Two Soviet delegates are con- The Interior has
sentminded professor who es- Plans Annual
versing at the United Nations.
of this
announced that because
Now, they've completed the caped to the Soviet Union duringthe
One asks: "Did you reach any condition there will be levied the
[ course, Stephen graduating Hungarian Revolution. Bomb
today? "No. DerbyPlans
ahead:: of his brother-but by just agreements says most restrictive duck hunting
the other, smiling with satisfaction
4Y regulations U. S. history.
over a single point in final aver- "
age-and they're on their way "but I prevented four. It will be up to the State of- are well underway for

back to another squadron at Warned that an inspector ficials as to how many hunting the Tenth Annual Bombing

| Miramer would be visiting the school days there will be. The Depart- Derby of Heavy Attack Wing

shortly, a Bulgarian schoolteacher ment says Florida may select One at the Naval Air Station,

told her pupils to write an open season on ducks and cootsof Sanford, which will be held

AFMA essay which would be shown to 40 consecutive days. This during the week of December

(Continued from him on his arrival. The teacher would mean the daily bag wouldbe
Page 1) < t 38.THE
praised the efforts of one small i three and possession limit COMPETING SQUADRONS -
Captain Sullivan
will the
cover boy, Ivanche, who wrote: "I six. Six will be the coot bag, both are making preparations
data processing operations, currently-electronic hand- have a lovely black cat. It has i ;'ya s t e.Qrti,,. a... daily and in possession. to take home first prize in this:

led by the Supply Departmentand three kittens. All of them are f.r .,q P'7f Regardless of the number of the Navy's largest bombing
Communists." On the day of the
will also delve into its fu- hunting days to be decided upon, competition.

ture. Plans are afoot to make inspector's visit, the teacher noticed the daily bag limit will be two Heavy attack squadrons are I

the data processing unit a sep- that the essay now read: mallard or black ducks and no said to be capable of dropping

arate department of the Station, "Two of them are Communists""Why more than four in possession.Also either conventional or nuclear

beginning in January. did you change your" essay ., allowed will be two wood weapons with pinpoint accuracy

I ?" she asked. "Because, said ducks and no more than one under any weather condition,
Next Thursday's gathering, to Ivanche, "one of the kittens merganser.A and from any altitude. Theyare
held in the Smith Room of "
its this morning.
opened eyes
based aboard the highly
the Civilian limited number of shotguns.
1 at 1215.Cafeteria, will commence A Pole applied for a visa io I property of the Composite Recreation mobile attack aircraft carriersof

visit the United States, laying he Fund, are available to the fleet.
wished to see capitalism "on Its ---r;;h y I I who
militarly personnel are serv- The annual bombing competition -
deathbed. When he returned ing with units which are mem- is designed to select the
.Drive home the Ministry of Interior i's: bers of the Fund. I outstanding squadron in the

(Continued from Page 1)) asked him: "Well, comrade, did
TO CHECK OUT THESE Wing, and to award individualcrew
Intelligence Field Office, Naval you see capitalism dying? "Of FIREARMS, one must first ob- members for excellence in

Air Mobile Training Detach- course I did," he replied." "Whata tain from the NAS Special Ser- their chosen profession.THE .
ment, Disease Vector Control beautiful %* vices Officer (Bldg. 704)) form COMPETITION WILL
to the 22nd So- ;
Center, Household Goods Field One delegate number A-Sp-SVC-233. This i CONSIST of simulated missions,
Office, Defense Surplus Sales viet Party Congress to another:
form must then be presented to weapons loading, high altitude
Office, Navy Exchange and the "What is the gravest punishment the NAS Armory (Bldg. 394)) dur- navigation and bombing, and
BOQ. inflicted by the Party? Second Y/r k'tyldsa
!yy 3p all
ing the hours 0900-1500 on carrier airmanship, with the

Ships at Mayport that have delegate: "Expulsion from the ii ,a' A4s, s1't normal working days. accent on high speed and low
responded well to the call include grave. ; ;t 7
Special permission for draw- altitude. There will be a Might
During the present destal- -:* g % y4y b%
i t ?
Hawkins s
the USS Fisk, ISWEET shotguns longer than three versus Mite contest between the
inazation in Bulgaria, an investi- ing
Rush, Power, Kaskaskiam Yel- commission inter- days may be obtained from the A3D, A4D and the A3J included

lowstone, Bigelow, Ware, Good- gation was Special Services Officer at the among the many contests.
rich, Bailey, Turner and the viewing individual convicts. One
time authorization for is said to be high anda
Perry.A inmate was asked: "And what proper Spirit
were you sentenced for?" '"No- drawing is issued. strong competitive air is stir-

complete breakdown of all thing. I am absolutely inno- DREAMS Vera Further information regarding ring throughout the Sanford

units and sub-units with their "For how long were Day, Columbia Pictures star firearms check-out is containedin Naval Air Station as the weekof
will cent. you in the kind of nighttime
Percentage of contributions let, draws
1710.3 of competition
"Ten "You NAS Jax Instruction derby
sentenced years.
be published when the final wear thai causes consternation.
tabulations are recorded. lie," screamed the commission December 4, 1957 near.

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Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 8 November 1962

Movie GuideMovies 'Sx Corregidor Slates As

will be shown regularly -

at 1900 on Monday through > Y :..3 Tourist AttractionTwenty

Saturday; at 1400 and 1900 on

Sunday, at the Mainside and years after American and Filipino troops made

NATTU Theaters and at 1900 their gallant but hopeless stand on Corregidor before its

only on Sunday at the Hospital ; surrender on May 6, 1942, the Phillipine Government has

Theater. These times are sub- : 1; plans to make the rocky island a tourist attraction in

ject to change. t Southeast Asia.CORREGIDOR.
; '
Thursday, November 8
MOUTH of Manila Bay 28 miles
from the old capital city, has.been
reclaimed by the jungle through
NATTUnit-All The Young
Men. the years. Its corroded guns

Hospital-Make Way For Lila. I that once barked defiance for In a continuing program to
I fCUI months stand sil-
'Friday, November 9 [ now as provide Fleet Reserve Association
; ent monuments to its defenders.The .
Mainside-Ring A Ding Rhythm members and their guests with
island has a special placein the best in social activities, Jack-

NATTUnit-Requiem For A the history of the Pacific sonville Branch 91 has lined up
It's surrender marked
War. the
Heavyweight. four big events for the remainderof
end of the organized American
Hospital-All The Men. November.A .
? resistance in the Phillipines.The .
Saturday, November 10 sort of "doublebarrelled"event

Mainside-T hat Touch Of government's plans for will take place at the

Mink. the island include cutting back Branch 91 clubhouse, 8554 Roose-

NATTUnit-Ring A Ding Rhy- the dense tropical vegetation, velt Blvd., this Saturday, Novem-

thm. restoring the old military roads, ber 10.

Hospital-Requiem For A Hea : and providing regular boat STARTING THE DAY AT 1100
.? : }t: service from Manila. Businessmen
vyweight. -
will be the first of a series of

Sunday November 11 will be encouraged to turkey shoots in which membersand

Mainside-Back Street. build resort hotels, restaurants,. guests stand a good chanceof

NATTUnit-That Touch Of and a golf course. Nets will be setting an appropriate Thanks-

Mink. f' hung at the beaches to protect: giving Day table for a nominalsum.
Hospital-Ring A Ding Rhy- b' bathers from sharks. i .
YJi{ >Jf.
thm. ,
OFTEN CALLED "The Gi-: Shooters may bring their own
Monday, November 12
braltar of the Pacific" in the pre- shotguns or use Branch 91 fire-
Mainside-The Far
Country. war days, the island's defenses: arms, but they must use the
Street. extended deep under ground I shells provided at a donation of
Hospital-That Touch Of Mink
where a subterranean railroad I $1 for each shot.
Tuesday, November 13
'} o. connected the main part of Ft. Following the turkey shoot at
Mainside-This Earth Is Mine.
"f Mills with a six-inch battery 1730 will be a special supper,
NATTUnit-The Far Country. .ti; yA
offshore. Corregidor was con- provided by the ladies of Unit

Hospital-Back Street. sidered impregnable even as far, 91. The supper will feature bak-

Mainside-It's Wednesday, November 14 back as 1795 when the Spanish I ed ham, hot rolls, augratin pota-
A WonderfulLife.
fcrtified it to ward off hostile I toes, salad baked and cof-
CANCAN GIRLS are practicing for the JOWC charity .,
NATTUnit affair, "Frontier Days to be held at the NAS Of'icert' Club tribesmen and pirates of the fee for a donation of $1.
f -This Earth Is
Saturday evening, November 17 from 18000100. Here Mrs.A. South China Sea. RESERVATIONS FOR THE
Mine. L.> Detweiler (right) adjusts the costume of Mrs. J. U. Mc- '
Hospital-The Far Country. Manus, who is just one of the women who will appear in the It was in the island's con- SUPPER must be made in ad-

Can-Can group.JOWC. crete-lined M a 1 i n t a Tunnel vance and this may be done by

:that American nurses heroic- either visiting the clubhouse or

BluejackeisInn Plans "Frontier ally tended the wounded and by calling CO 4-9166. The supper

the dying in emergency wards. will end at 1930.

Doin'sThursday And it was Corregidor and Ba- Another big day in the livesof

Days" AffairAn taan, both secure in history as Americans in general and FRA

November 8 Charity a shining epic of American val- members in particular will be

i Dance featuring-Earl Boyd evening of fun and frolic in the old west style is or, that inspired the words of Veteran's Day, Sunday, Novem-

; And the Rhythm Kings at '2000 'slated for the NAS Officer's Club on Saturday evening, the General of the Army' Doug- ber 11. Branch 91 members have

to 2400.Dance. November 17 from 18000100.THE las MacArthur: been asked to further support of
I ville charity and one-half to the FRA "Red, White and Blue"
Tryouts-For Sunday CHARITY AFFAIR en- "Through the bloody maze of:
Talent Show at 2200. titled "Frontier Days" will fea- Navy charities such as Little its last reverberating shot, ]I campaign by proudly displayingthe
League, Girl Scouts, Arts and this
Friday, November 9 I ture Can-Can girls, a barber shall always seem to see a vision Flag on day.
Craft Navy Hospital, Claussey The fourth
and final
Dance Featuring March shop quartet, musical comedy of grim, ghastly men, still major
Foundation (scholarship fund
I Branch
event for this month
Wilson and and dance unafraid."
and The Red Coats at facts a song
for of deceased
dependents will take
place next Saturday,
2100 to 0100.Saturday. I team.
Navy personnel) and the Navy- November 17. This will be an-
November 10 The $2.00 admission charge
Marine Residence Foundation.The .
turkey shoot similar to the
Private Party-Marine Corps' will include the chuck wagon event is sponsored by the PierczynskiTops
one to be held November 10 and
dinner, entertainment, dancingand
Jacksonville Officers' Wives will last from 1100 to 1700.
Sunday, November 11 games.In Club.

Dance Featuring-Carl Boyd addition, donation ticketsare Co-Chairmen for Frontier AO "A"

and The Rythm Kings at 1400 available at $.50 each or a Days are Mrs. J. D. Sullivanand Protect

to 1800. book of eleven tickets for $5.00. Mrs. S. H. Tolins. Class 4 WeeksAn NXPrivileges
Talent Show at 1400.
Dance Featuring March
}, entitle the lucky holders to the Red Cross Sets AO "A" Student at the
Wilson and The Red Coats at Up
following gifts: a trip to Nas- Naval Air Technical Unit has
2000 to 2400.Tuesday.
sau via Mackey Air Lines fora Hospital Volunteer been named the School's week- It has been noted in the Plan

November 13 three night stay for two at ly "Honorman" for the fourth of the Day that unconfirmed

Happy Hour 1700 to 1800. the Nassau Harbour Club on Nurses Aide Prog. time, thereby leading his class reports of abuse of Navy Ex-

Wednesday, November 14 the modified American plan A Red Cross Volunteer Nurses 'to their third weekly honor change privileges have been re-
Game Night 2000.Classified. which includes break- class award.J. .
room, Aide program has been initiatedat ceived.

fast and dinner, plus $50. cash; the Naval Hospital, Jackson- Making purchases for unau-
A. Pierczynski, AA, Class
a case of Hiram Walker Whis- ville, following a meeting of thorized patrons, except as a
key; a $50. Gift Certificate from trained Nurses Aides with Com- 6231, is honorman for the weekof bona fide gift,is taboo. Further-

" THIS 'N' THAT Furchgott's; a case of Paul mander G. A. Houp, Chief Nurse, October 18-24. more, violators are subject to

lost-A Amherst College Clan Ring. Masson Wine; a radio from Me- and Miss Janet Rastall, Hospital punishment under articles con-
The Honor Class is chosen
, clan 1945, vicinity air terminal Find. Duff's; two large ornamental Field Director for the Red Cross. ona tained in the Uniform Code of
call RA 5-3978. basis of military appearance
er FOR RENT sculptures from Southern Mrs. Harold Muth was ap- combined with scholastic Military Justice.Remembering .

House-3 bdrm, air cond, kit, 2 Wholesale Furniture Co., com- pointed as chairman of the achievement.To that utilizationof

bath, SP 12636. pliments Jack Martin, Martin group which will work on the the Navy Exchange, in termsof

Unfurn House-2 bath, kit, din rm, Furniture Company; sport coat Dependent's Wards assisting the be chosen honorman for dollars and cents saved as a
$70 per mo call EV 8-5545- and slacks from Rosenblum's; with the week in fringe benefit for
Furn Apt- 4 rmi, upper, rear entrance nurses non-professional as- a man must excell servicemen, it
reasonable 2561 Rouelle St. cashmere sweater from Pur- pects of patient 'care. all areas. The first step in selec- goes without saying what a lossIt

Unfurn House-Old Ortega, 2 bdrm, cell's; a turkey; Kraft Cheese Additional trained Red Cross tion is to choose the sharpestman would be should this function

1 1.. bath,. new kit, $70 per mo call Gift Box with Hibachi and case Nurses Aides who wish to vol- in each class at personnel cease to be a part of each in-

' EV 8-5545. Lake of whiskey from the Glenmoreand unteer at the hospital are askedo Inspection. The men selected dividual's income.
House-2 bdrm, stove & refg,
Shore area call SP 16653. Yellowstone Distilleries.All call the Hospital Red Cross.It t then compete scholastically, Let's all do our part in keep-

1 .! Furn Rm-no Cooking $35 per mo, proceeds from the Frontier is not anticipated that any leaving no room for one out- ing within the boundry lines of

call 3845677. Days event will be given to training class will be held to ,standing factor to offset another the beneficial rules laid downto

Furn Apt-Post St$75 per mo, call charity one-half to Jackson- train additional aides. protect our interests.
EL 66301.