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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 15, 1960
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Fewer Courts-Martial Held By Navy, Marines In 1959Courtmartial


rooms of the -
Navy and Marine Corps were gram began in May 1958, it has martial. tried by Naval courts, says Adm. ion in prisoner confinement, a
emptier than usual during fis- been a continuing and intensiveone ADM. WARD calls this drop Ward. reduction which has saved defense -

cal year 1959, reportS the Navy "placing special emphasis on "especially unusual" since recent :' "STRIPPING away military manpower and tax dollars."
Judge Advocate General, Rear moral aspects of leadership de- FBI statistics show a great increase offenses through the exercise of Not only has there been a,

Ad n. Chester Ward.IN velopment.For in juvenile crime. good leadership," he said, "and saving in both manpower and

HIS ANNUAL report, Adm. fiscal 1959, just completed, EVEN THOUGH there was an the results of the Navywide efforts money associated with prisoner

Ward gives a lion's-share of credit there was a 32 percent reduction' overall reduction, in service-wide to improve and speed up management and care, but alsoa

for the drop in courtmartialcases in the number of general court- courts-martial in fiscal 1959, military justice by Operation saving in the amount of pay
accruing an offender from date
to the Navy's Leadership martial cases, a 27 percent decline compared to the preceding year, Tapecut, the Negotiated Plea and of pretrial confinement until the

Program.HE in special courts and a dropof there was still a "large number"of the Post-Trial Interview have all forfeitures adjudged by court-

SAID THAT since the pro- 10 percent in summary court- serious felonies of violence helped cause a drastic reduct martial.JOL.ULIB18 .














Vol. No. 28 JAX AIR NEWS 15 September 1560




CC.UF Fund Drive

*



; :c T' I Ii To Start Sept. 19In



anticipation of the 1961 Community ChestUnitedFund

Drive to be conducted in the Duval County area duringOct.

k ...app S} }a I y 5-28, Navy activities in the area have gotten off to an
.:, I early start in their campaign ,efforts in order to assure suc
a
# cess.
ed, as was last year's in accord-
Three kickoff rallies next week
"' t ? :,,. 8 will launch the campaign among ance with the plan laid down by

some 20 Navy activities. the President's Committee on

4 UNITS LOCATED at NAS Jax Fund Raising Within Federal

will start the ball rolling with a Establishments. The plan is bas-
7 big rally Monday, Sept. 19 at
ed on voluntary giving.
1300 at King Hall.
NS Mayport units will assemble Contributors need not worry

the same day at 1000 to about giving a lump sum cash
launch their drive while unitsat Please. turn to Page 6, CoL 2)
NAS Cecil Field for
--- gather
HURRICANE HIATUS With dangerous Hurricane Donna
churning a path of destruction northward through Florida last their kickoff on Thursday, Sept. PAIR SHARESAE
Station Fares : weekend, planes, boats, equipment and cars of squadrons and 22, at 1245.
personnel at NAS Jax that were here Saturday were put indoors The Community Chest-United
"ride out" the effects of the walloping HONORSTwo
in hangar spaces to
Well In Bout winds ad torrential rains of the destructive lady, as shown Fund Drive is an appeal to all men tied for graduation -
.above. Jacksonville managed to escape full blow of the storm hands, military and civilian, to honors at Aviation Elect-
however, when Donna veered back out to sea at Flagler Beach give through the Chest in a un-
With DonnaNAS below St. Augustine. Highest winds and largest amount of rain ited manner to 42 worthwhile rician's Mate School, Class A
occurred here between 0800 and 1000 Sunday morning. agencies.No last week.
Jax and Northeast Flor- They were Robert Heustis,
ida escaped the full fury of Hur- Goes To Aid Of overall monetary goal has AEIAN, of Raytown, Mo., and
effort
been announced for the Navy -
ricane Donna this past weekend Navy Pfc. David Peterson, of Dear-
but a quota of $95,856 has
while other areas of Florida suf- born, Mich., who is now await-
been announced for the Federal
,fered severe damage. ing further orders. Heustis
Stricken AreaNAS Division of the Drive, of which
Keys
Winds of 40 knots with gustsof heads for VA-44.
the Navy is the largest member.
56 knots aboard the Station Joseph Zonkel, AOAA, of
were recorded during height of Jacksonville and NAS Pensacola have combined Some 18 seperate agencies are Kewanee, Ill., was top honor-
in Federal
II involved the category.
the storm. efforts to provide disaster relief to the hurricane stricken man at last week's graduation -
According to Public Works officials : Key West area, under the direction of Commander Naval PARTICIPATING' units i arC of Aviation Ordance

the Station sustained minor -I Air Bases, Sixth Naval District. setting their own goals, based School, Class A. He has been
roof damage and some electrical Since Sunday, airlifts of food upon "one's fair share", or the assigned to VP-31 'in San
board Air Force planes. These individual's ability to give. This
disturbances. Thirty
.
power Diego.Lir'i
have been flownto
trees were uprooted throughoutthe and spare parts units were flown to Key West to year's campaign will be conduct- .
the Key West area.
Station. provide for distillation of water

Twenty trees were felled near AIRCRAFT from Pensacola for drinking purposes.On .

the Bluejackets Inn on the wa- airlifted 10,000 loaves of bread, I Wednesday, NAS Jax sent
terfront. Moss, limbs and other hundred
2,000 "C" rations, 12 one
Ibs. of fresh vegetablesand
debris was scattered about. 40,000
containers of fresh water,
Sixteen aircraft were evacuated gallon fruits via Navy and Air : ;lay

from NAS Jax. Two were 216 cases of paper cups and 5,00 Force aircraft to the Key West

flown *to Dobbins AFB, Atlanta, paper plates while NAS Jax bas- area. In addition, 3,000,000 plas-

and 14 to Sewart Air Force, ed craft ferried vaccine and tic and wooden forks were sent Lir'i

Tenn. spare parts for helicopters.On to the area.

At Mayport Naval Station, Monday, Sept. 12, NAS Jax NAS JAX' has deployed two

(Please turn to Page 6. Col. 5)) loaded three evaporator units aNew R4D aircraft to the Key West

area to be used for shuttle flights

I Class For Gray Ladies PlannedRecruiting I between there and the mainland. s JS.fk

efforts for new Red These flights are necessary because -
direction of Mrs. Ed Dankworth, {s
Cross Volunteer Gray Ladies are of the impassable roads and 4
Gray Lady chairman, and Mrs.
stepped according to I' West.
being up bridges to Key
Erdman, to form plans for introducing -
Mrs. Mildred Erdman, Naval;
Hospital Field Director for the all segments of this Priority of cargo on flights has
voluntary service to Gray Lady
Red Cross.A been given to essential passengers -

training class for women hopefuls. needed for disaster work, ""0,, _-, .'_ 'M' _. -
I wishing to become Gray Ladiesto Final date for interviews for while perishable foods and waterare FAW-11 MAN TO BE NAVCAD-Duane Tuttle ATNAN.
serve at the Naval Hospital) prospective Gray Lady candi- (left) of Fleet Air Wing 11 Staff, is shown the various featuresof
scheduled for Oct. 3-7.' dates will be Sept. 23 at Ward next. Third on the list were the P. W. Neptune patrol bomber by Capt. Murlin W. Alley
has been Chief Saff Officer of the Wing. Tuttle is due to leave for Fen
from items such wooden spoonsandpaper
Naval
B3 of the Hospital as
Gray Lady committee chair- sacola Sunday to begin pilot training in hopes of winning the
men met this week under the 1000-1130. plates. coveted "Wings of Gold" of a Naval aviator.



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Page 2 TAX AIR NEWS IS September 1960



-5 Here's The


jfl Word For


HAS, JackMMVttle
C.pt. James .. Reedy Commanding Officer Space CatsIn
Comdr. Robert Nelson Executive Officer
HAS Six} Heel Air Jacksonville
Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig Commander r. an attempt at keeping pace

Capt. Grayston H. Weber Chief. of Staff, FalrJax with the ever-increasing build-
Capt. Nelson M. Heed Chief of Staff, NAB Six ,
of words to be used in
up new
Fleet Air Whig tleve + c
Capt. Renfro Turner, Jr. ___ Commander \ 1 J {I the space age, the Jax Air News
Capt. Murlln W. Alley Chief Staff OfficerNaval continues with its listing of the
Air Technical Training Unit used
more commonly jargon.
Robert J. ,
Capt. Fleming Commanding Officer
Comdr Marion K. Smith. Executive Officer (Air News, Sept. 8.)

Naval Hospital Starting off, how's this one:

Capt. William L Engelman Commanding Officer Emissivity The ability of a
Capt. John O. Feder __ Executive Officer
r } ,.
{' ;
NARTU # surface to effect thermal radia-

Capt. F. H. Holt Commanding Officer *
Comdr. William M. Miller Executive Officer : 4 tion.Or these other recent additionsto

Printed commercially with non-appropriated funda I In Jacksonville, Florida at no Li1II : ; iIiii: Webster:
expense: to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS M5 Rev. July 1958. EXOSPHERE-The outermost
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel! of Fleet Air Jacksonville, fringe of the atmosphere.
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air
Reterve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital. .""4,."..,.P":ws.PAwv. :&.}9C..v. ,_.z.w+:{..> ._Wh>'__......._i<'; Service 'Information Officer ,Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnla Jr. RESULTS BY COERCION Dr. Francis Marshall, (second chemicals having a very high
Assistant Service Information Officer Andrew H. Pfcney from left) Chief of Pediatric Services at the Naval Hospital, energy rating such as liquid hy-
Editor-Gordon tries to "bribe" Saundra Gail Anderson with a sucker as Hughie
Robbie
Feature Editor-Mae JO1 Staff drogen.
; Spencer ; Reportera-Sandy Crosby, HN, readies the needle to give a shot to the
Martlnion, JOSA Sam Bowman SA. young
; Photographer-Rotcoe Carter, PH3. Free Fall Space term referr-
patient. Unit 126 of the Fleet Reserve Association has given a
The Jax Air News li a member of the Armed Forcea Pros Service. Material of suckers condition in in
supply for use at the pediatric clinic of the hospitalfor ing to a space
unless appearing otherwise In thla credited publication can be reprinted providing credit la given. Photograph, such occasions as this. They exepct to lay in a supply of the which things act as though they
,
official
are 'U. S.
Navy Photographs.
sweets three months. is the
every Looking on Unit's Hospital
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone ex Chairman, Mrs. Evelyn Sweeney, were free from the influence of
tensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. gravity.

When You Retire Booklet To Aid crane Gantry or scaffold- Name used of in a missile special


While Personal Plans Vary Those RetiringFor Scouting I and GIMBALLED vehicle launching.NO Z Z L E-A

VAP-62 rocket nozzle mounted on a mov-

Retired Disability I Four members of VAP-62 reenlisted able frame, or gimbal. It correctsfor
Benefits Are AlikeMaster The office of Information and I during the past week. pitching and yawing rota-

Education has published a 73 They were David Ashworth, AE2; tion movements to steer a mis-
Sgt. Robert
Templeton, USMC (Ret.), reports he and
his wife are living "sumptuously well" on his retired pay, Including page booklet to help the military Ernest Stone, AE3; Donald Ful- sle.

the services of a full-time maid in Guadalaiara.; I man or woman faced with phy- ler, AE2, and Albert Andrews, Grain Sounds familiar but

ALTHOUGH not "average" be- sical disability!! retirement dis- something else. It's the
means
cause he is living outside the fits available to military men on charge from the service. CS1.The
active service also availableto carpet is rolled out for body (i.e., mass) of a solid pro-
US, the retired Leatherneck is are Entitled
I "Disability Separation -
retired newcomers Thomas Kondziela, pellant used in a rocket. It's
typical in that he has found what I members. "
the booklet endeavors to
YNSN; Andrew Ferer, AD3; tailored or shaped to the rocket'srequirements
he wants after earning his mili- Medical care is authorized for anticipate questions about the
to burn smoothly.
Leon Blair, AA; William Clen-
tary retirement. both the retired serviceman and
procedures leading to disability
dening, AT2; Donald Jacobs,AEl; Hydrazane One of the exotic
Retirement means' many thingsto his dependents at service facil- retirements or discharge and to '
and Donald Byrd, AT3. fuels (see above.)
many people. To some, such ities only. The only stipulationon
as describe the benefits that can be Kinematics A of mo-
M/Sgt., Templeton, Jt means set- treatment dependents depends expected if a physical disabilityends Congratulations are in order study .
tling in some ideal location. Still on the adequacy and avail- the individual's active mili- for William Tyler, AD2, who was tions. ''f' ',.,f'
Lox Nothing nutritional, It')- J
f selected VAPs "Sailor-of-the- ;, "
others start new careers or fol- ability of a service hospital or tary career.
Month" for August. Tyler was means liquid oxygen.
low up a hobby developed dur- dispensary. The general facts included are
chosen for his outstanding PARSEC-A unit of measure
their active service.If per- '
Other the of retire-
privileges extended to process disability is the
for interstellar It
formance including professional space.
career military men can be retired personnel include the use ment and discharge; retirementand ,

said to have one thing in com- of military commissaries and ex- severance pay; what, the VA performance, leadership ability, equivalent Pick-Up -of Not 3.26 what light years.think,

mon, it is looking ahead and changes, another benefit with a will do for you; medical care and adaptability, military behaviorand sir! It's a sensing unit you which

planning for that time when they definite monetary value. hospitalization authorized at serv- appearance. "picks up" and measures such

will be eligible to join the retired More information ice VA facilities
on the retired or ; governmentlife
This Week's Editorial Is On variables as temperature, pres-
rolls. And, to add to the serviceman insurance benefits for
or retiring will ; sur-
Page :3) sure and velocity during flightSpatial
common bond between servicemen be published in forthcoming arti- vivors; additional benefits, and Body A 'space body,

they will all have practically cles in this series. getting a job. Daffynishuns: Mess-Blind date. what else?
the same privileges availablefor
,Zip Fuel A term partially
their years of service.

WHAT ARE SOME of these II VOTING AGE PONDERED I borrowed from teen-age lang-

benefits ? Monetarily speaking, uage (i. e., zip guns) but here
refers to special high energy jet
the serviceman's retired pay is Our leadoff question is one on days. Yes, they are allowed to come
fuel.Enough .
based on his years of service and a subject much discussed thesePiel I Q. Should servicemen be allowed in service at that age and I think engine
his retired rank. For those on __ _.. ? O. K., we'll quit!
to vote before they reach they can think straight enoughto

the regular retired rolls, this can the age of 21? know their own minds. I think

be computed by multiplying their Yes, If they are old enough to servicemen are more mature and THIS WEEK'S

years of active service by two' be serving their country they capable than their civilian count-

and a half. should certainly be allowed to erparts in deciding political is- BRAINTWISJER

The result obtained will be the d. vote. Gene Piel, AN, Aircraft sues. LT. P. Barefoot, USN (ret.) Here are the first halves of

percentage of active duty pay, Maintenance Department.No some famous pairs or couples in
less allowances due the retired } '
,
Because they are not cap- history and literature. Can you

serviceman.. able of making a sensible decision supply their running mates?
For example s ;
suppose you area
at that age. Personally Idon't For example, if we were to
master sergeant, (E-7) with 22
know that much about the
years service, and, under the mention ADAM, you would, of
elections. I think people under
new pay bill, your pay is $356. 21 are more interested in other course, supply EVE. Try these

You are entitled to 55 per cent others for kicks.
things than politics. Donna Cri-

(2Vfe x 22) of this amount ($195. vello SN, Military Personnel. I 1. Antony. 2. Scylla. 3, Castor.
80) every month for the rest of
I 4. Hansel. 5. Lancelot. 6. Samson.
your life. x: -

IN ADDITION to the money 7. Tristan. 8. Venus. 9. Pygmalion. -

angle, many of the fringe bene- 10. Paris. 11. Harlequin. 12.
Marine Wives To Meet;
.
David. 13. Evangeline. 14. Da-
The missionary was proudly Election Set For LL Unit mon.

sailing home with an ex-canibal Marine Career Wives Club is Barefoot (Answers on page 4)

he Intended to use as an exam- due to meet Sept. 19, at 2000 in MDBS

ple of how well he had succeeded Building 572. All Marine wivesare Payments Due '
Mutual Death Benefit 17 Now
Society
among the savages. welcome to attend; refresh- Destroyers
The two sat down in the ship's ments will be served. members are reminded that As-
sessment Nos. 145 and 146 are Call Mayport Home
dining room and the steward *
due.Payment.
now
Navy Jax Ortega Little League Transfer of five Atlantic Fleet
asked: "Would you care to look of $2.20 total for the
Ladies Auxiliary has scheduleda r destroyers to Naval Station May-
over the menu? two assessments must be paid by
meeting for Sept. 21, at 2000 i/ has
port
brought the total
num-
the close of business
"Not me, the cannibal said, in in Sept. 26*.
403. Nominationand
building Checks or money orders should ber of ships assigned to that baseto
perfect English, "but I would election of officers will take
I be made payable to Employees' 17, with to be
seven more
"I
like to see the passenger list. place at that time. Crivello Mutual Death
Benefit Society. added' in the near future.


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15 September 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3


Is A
.a.., .. .. Vigilance
PU BUG WOWS MAIKTENANC OIPARTWENT

Key Word At


Births recorded at the Naval Hospital

recently.. were that of 21 girls and 1.boy. 14 Public WorksA


Born Aug. 12. were Mark Anthony, vigilant safety program

to William Rote, EM3, and Mrs. Rote; conducted at NAS Jax' Public

Sandra Joan, to Sgt. and Mrs. James Works Department; paid

Madison; Mark Ira, to Lt. and Mrs. S off with excellent dividends.

Robert Beskind; Andrea, to S/Sgt. and [ Accident-free days have total-

Mrs. Joseph Sklar, and Tammy, to ed 361 during which Public

Thomas Farrell, AE1, and Mrs. Farrell. a Works personnel worked 1,140-

Two baby boys born Aug. 13 were 627 manhours without a charg-

Donovan Ned Jr., to Donovan Price, able disabling work injury.

AEIAN, and Mrs. Price, and Oscar James, THE DEPARTMENT'S Safety
-
to Oscar Smith, AM3, and Mrs. Smith. I Record is considered 'excellent'

Bon Aug. .14 were Donna Marie, to with its 1,000,000 accident-free

Delmer Weeks, AN, and Mrs. Weeks;' ......... ______ n '_' ..__ _. _......_______.. .. __._...... .. ....._. _.____.____ manhours. '"
David Byran, to Byran Cochran, AB1, OUR CONGRATULATIONS, TOOl-Employees! of the NAS Jax Public Works Dept have First mar on the record oc-
and Mrt. Cochran; twins Judy Marie ample reason to crow these days after compiling an outstanding safety record of 361 days and cured Aug. 22 when an employee
more than one million man-hours worked without work disabling injury. Viewing a sign show.
and Joy Lee, to Robert Rosenquist, DC3, a sustained a serious injury when
ing the good news are, from left James Bridgers, Quarterman Transportation Division James
and Mrs. Rosenquist; Lori Ann, to Harold Baker, of Shop Safety Committee Eugene Griffin, Master Mechanic Maintenance George Duck he lifted a heavy weight. The
Martinez, CS1 1, and Mrs. Martinez; worth Public Works Safety Officer Capt. J. Henry Etter Public Works Officer; Comdr. Harold latest record outshines the
Charles Franklin Jr., to Charles Loveless -' Liberty Assistant Public Works Officer Nace Rogers, chairman of the Shop Safety Committee, 1958 mark which totaled 326 days
and Claude Madrin Foreman, Utilities.
AT2, and Mrs. Loveless; Hugh Hen worked without a chargable lost-

ry 1111), to S/Sgt. and Mrt. William Kirk. time injury.
patrick; Keith Alma, to Kelly LeBlanc, ..DIf.\ More Answers To Veterans Public Works employees, aver-

SN, and Mrs. LeBlanc; Beverly Jean, to SER\i\ ICfS aging 662 per year, work shifts

Jerome Gardner, AK3, and Mrt. Gardner, : ., Questions Are Given VAHere around the clock and much of
By
and Renee' Francis, to Ens. and Mrt. their work is in the field and independent -

Bernard Gladieux. Sunday September 18 are authoritative answers from the Veterans Administration of close supervision.

Births recorded for Aug. 15 were Alan ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL to questions of interest from former servicemen and their ALSO, THE work area extends

Lewis, to Jimmie Markum, DT3, and Mrs. 0830-Service of Worship. families. i will from self- over a wide section both on and
nor profit
I old wages
Q. am 17 years daughter)
Markum; Bruce Dexter, to John Clayton, 0930-Sunday School, three- employment be counted.Q. off the Station, and their trades
of and
a deceased veteran eligi-
,
AN, and Mrs. Clayton; Ellen Marie, to year-olds through adults, Building ble for pension under the new My GI permanent plan insurance and crafts include practically all

Charles Gordon, AEM3, and Mrs. Gordon 722; Adult Bible Class, Chap- law. In policy lapsed two weeks regular industrial crafts.
pension computing my
; Nancy Lavonne, to Charles An- lain Wolfe, in Small Chapel. income for pension purposes, ago. What. must I do to reinstateit Even though work schedulesare
thony, MM2, and Mrs. Anthony, and 0930-Service of Worship. ? full, Public Works employees -
must I include money I earn for
Glenda Renal to Glenwood Braxson, still exercised full time efforts -
1100-Service of
Worship. myself in a job? A. First, get a non-medical
in combined
individual and
SK2, and Mrs. Braxson.A .
1830-Teen-Age, Senior High A. NO. THE LAW says thata reinstatement form from any VA
baby boy and a baby girl born Aug. efforts toward personal safety,
Since is
Fellowship and United Fellowship child may not have an incomeof office. yours a perman- officials
16 were JQY Ann, to Pvt. and Mrs. Rob. enclose two declared.
policy
ent-type ,
ert Bullock, land John Kirk, to Donald of Protestants, Building 722 more than $1800 annually; months' premiums with your Capt. J. Henry Etter, NAS

Smith, AQ1, and Mrs. Smith. and Small Chapel. However, that does not include form, and mail it immediately. Jax Public Works Officer, desires -

Four girl and one boy born Aug. 17 any money you yourself earn asVAP62 IF YOU ARE in as good health that the safety program results -
Rochelle Leigh, to William Blaydoe, in ultimate safety ot each
, were ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL ; as when the premium you dId
Act, and Mrs. Blaydoe; baby girl eachto department employee at all
not was due, no medIcal
pay
0830 and 1000 Sunday Mass. GETS times.VP.18.
Lcdr and Mrs. Clarence Stoddard, exam will be necessary.
.
Rodney Whitmore, AMS2, and Mrt.Whit- NEW SKIPPERComdr. Q. I'm going to start school I
more, and Thomas Tayman AC1, and Mrs. ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL under the Korean GI Bill this
John E. Cousins assumed WinnerOf
Tayman; and. Robert Allen, Jr., to Rob Naval Hospital command of Heavy fall. How soon after starting canI

ert Hale, HN, and Mrs. Hale. 0615Confessions.0630Mass. Photographic Squadron 62 in expect to get my first GI allow
Born Aug. 18, were Michelle Rae, to ance check? Capt. Isbell
typical ceremony Friday at
L/Cpl. and Mrs. Raymond Olle; Joanne A. In about two months. Un-
Club. NAS Jax, taking over helm of
Clair, to Sgt. and Mrs. Edgar Fraver; 0930-1015--Java der the law, VA checks are pay- ASW
the photo unit from Comdr.W. TrophyPatrol
Meling, to S/Sgt. and Mrs. Raymond 1030-Protestant Worship Serv- L. Berkley.The able only after completion of

Segobta; Stuart Michael, to Raymond ice. latter has headed the each month of training, and the Squadron 18 has been

Vanderbloeman, PH2, and Mrs. Vand- squadron since the death of law allows the VA 20 extra daysto announced among the winners of

erbloeman; Hazel Dawn, to John Mobley, Christian Science i its commanding officer, ; process checks. So be preparedfor the Capt. Arnold Jay Isbell
AE3, and Mrs. Mobley, and a baby boy, about a two-month wait before trophy for excellence in Air
Comdr. Charles T. Frohne in
,
1900 Small ChapeL
AT2, and Mrt. Farmer. Tuesday, ,
to Robert Farmer, your first check comes. Antisubmarine Warfare.
an aircraft accident July 30.
Comdr. Cousins comes to .(Veterans living in or near the The award, first made In 1959,

Constitution' Day Time Jacksonville from a tour at Jacksonville area who wish is to be presented each year to

NAS Pensacola. Comdr. Ber- further information about vari- Naval aviation squadrons which
ous benefits should write or visit achieve excellence in air anti-
key will remain at VAP-62 as
the VA Office at 311 West Mon-
sub warfare training.
To Reaffirm 'Rights'Saturday executive officer.
,roe St. in Jacksonville.) Comdr. Richard A. Sampson,

VP-18 commanding officer, stated -
17 is Constitution Day, set aside to "I to
Sept. fff : am very pleased accept
celebrate birthday of the U. S. Constitution, with the basic <4xi; ::. .,fy6! y;:.f : Fy3 % .. the trophy on behalf of the officers -

document, the Bill of Rights. : : and men "

The "Rights" recognizes the need for limitations of au- The trophy is named for

and in the hands of administrators and makes SC.Y"/ Capt. Isbell who distinguished
thority power
those limitations part of our basic law. f.fk. rl ':; : ..!; :,: :S'.' r.:,'. .. himself during WW II in conducting -

of those basic laws :: %%?fl; fv4y.rr anti submarine operations -
"
understanding ; :
The need for a better Y'!$ : against hostile submarines
be than right now in this
to greater
has never appeared f fr
,}# thwarting shipping along convoy -
Republic of ours. f: routes from the U. S., to
'
About everything that we hold dear in our system of North Africa.

government is contained in the concepts embodied in our The actual trophy is kept in

Constitution. "Freedom of speech and of assembly, trial by Washington and engraved plaques -

jury, freedom of conscience and religion, equality before are given each winning

the law, the inviolability of our homes, strict observance of squadron.All .
'due process' even by the sovereign government itself," and

many other rights are preserved for the individual so he or Florida driver's licenses

she may live under a "government of laws and not of men." %: Sryi'i fl/f Fr. f;. expire at midnight, Sept. 30. The

ignorance and chicanery renewal period is this month
apathy
neglect ,
During recent years, f .y.{ s y.r f?: "''y

S have taken severe toll of many of these blessings.We g:.Y..4dR..ru1i11 Persons are urged to renew their

find persistent enemies individual. liberty i and ---- -- s : :r.rfii.S6aIf. i6ifG.b'Y- license as early in the month as
striving to destroy them. STAR PROGRAM POPULAR = David Lehlinen; ATN3, possible.
popular government (right) of VP-16 becomes one of the Navymen in this area
Let us return to the wisdom of the Constitution as a to take advantage of the Navy's new STAR program (Air News, Licenses may be renewed, including -
"of the And on this Aug. 18)) as he reenlists for six years. He immediately departedfor licenses from other states
guide to better government people. 30 days leave then will report to AT "B" School at NATT-
Constitution Day and during this Voting Information Week Center, Memphis, Tenn. Administering the oath to Lehtinen is soon to expire, by appearing at
the this fall and vote Comdr. R. G. Bagby VP-16 executive officer. The STAR pro- the County Judge's Office, 330
to polls
we'll ,
that
decide now go
let us gram is designed to accelerate education and advancement for
voting the way our conscience tells us to. first cruise personnel electing to remain in the Navy. E. Bay St.



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Army Tests Planes InManMachine FLEET ASSOCIATION RESERVE


I iV* / 4 :

ProjectA ,


joint service project is being conducted by the U. S.

Army at NAS Jacksonville. Called, Man/Machine Compatib- \ __ 9

ility Studies Project, it is designed to determine the military t f )

characteristics for low level, high speed photo reconnaissance ,
aircraft.The 'LFF Regular meeting of Yukon

group, under the directionof pressure taken; temperatures Branch is slated tonight at 2000at

Capt. James Barrett, arrivedat checked; weight checked before the meeting hall, 4530 120thSt.

NAS Jax on Aug. 22 They and after flight; electrocardio- .

expect to be here until Sept. 19 graphs will be made and galvanic Voting will be held to decide

They team from the USA skin responses recorded.IN .
are a whether to divide the South

Aviation Board, Fort Rucker, ADDITION, the pilots will eastern Region of FRA into two
Alabama. wear a recording device designedto ttI parts.

WHILE IN THE area the Army show bounces and movements Unit 126 is planning a Ship

project is being hosted by NAS made in flight and a tape recorder wreck Dance for Oct. 8 at 1240S.

Jax and backed up by VA-44 will record all comments McDuff Ave. Tickets are
made by the pilot.
They are occupying spaces in three dollars donation, per couple. -
the VA-176 Hangar. The plane captains are Navy- .

They are flying two T-28's, men furnished by NAS Memphisfor I Persons are urged to get their
two T2V-l's and two F9F-B's. the project. According to J ? __
'''' --- 'P'------ tickets at tonight's meeting;
The aircraft are flown at 500 Capt. Barrett, the flight service ARMY PROJECT Leo, Bujak, ADI of NAS Memphis,
there'll be limit the
a on number -
here has been very fine. "They checks oil level on T28.B aircraft while Capt. James Barrett of
feet elevation over ground and the Army looks on. Capt. Barrett is officer-ln-charge of an Army of tickets sold.
to out of their
seem to
50 feet over water. go way aviation group undergoing tests here from the Army Aviation NATTUnit's AE "B" School
The unit is an Army counter- graprovide the best service," the Board at Ft. Rucker, Ala. The group expects to wind up its Classes 60-33 and '60-37 and AO
Army officer commented. tests here by Monday. The project is designed to determine
part of Navy VX-1 of Patuxent
"B" School Class 60-34 will be
After leaving Jax, the project military characteristics for low level, high speed photo recon
River, Md. 'They work closely naissance aircraft. the honor guests at tonight's
with Pax River in testing new \vill move to NAS Memphisfor meeting.
thres: weeks of tests and
planes. I Career Counselor SaysIt's *
then the in
complete testing
THE FOUR Army pilots and Branch 91 of FRA is planningto

one civilian test pilot concentrated Arizona. False To Assume hold a shrimp boil at the
Army pilots participating in
on low level flying and familiarization Fleet Reserve Club, 8554 Roose-
speed runs in the beginning the project are: Capt. Barrett, velt Blvd., Sept. 24 from 1400 to
of the project. This Capt. William Brake, Capt. David Bars Make A Leader 1900.
King II, and Lt. Donald
week, engineers and doctors
are There'll be all the shrimp
expected to arrive to record the Wray. Civilian test pilot is (Following Is another essay written by an honor-man of the recentgraduating you
: can eat for a donation of $1.25
Donald Whittaker, civilian pro- class of the ComFair Jax Counselor Interviewer School. ;
findings.The ject engineer for the Board. Author of this essay is Lt. (jg) Jack Siseley, of VU-8 at Roosevelt children under 12, 60 cents.
project will try to instru- Roads. P. R.) -- Reservations can be made with
ment men and pilots. One of the I When a' man receives a commission in the Armed Forces, he is I, Tom Feaster at extension 8677or
immediately labeled a leader of men. It would be false assumption,
this is done is conduct-
ways by With TheToastmasters though, to say that the bars, the piece of paper, and the oath alone EV 4-9313.
ing certain tests with the pilots. I will make a man a leader. Most people will concede this. Unit 91 is planning a Get Ac-
-
They will have their blood YET UPON commissioning, an ; quainted Dance at the Club for
ques to enable him to develop
officer is expected to lead. How his leadership abilities. this Saturday, from 2000 to 2400.
can our Armed Forces continuein There will be a small charge of
Navy Jax Officers' Toastmasters But after his training
Nayy WCorner this practice without having a even 50 cents a person that' will go
Club No. 546 opened its fall phase, we must still go back to
: in the
collapse, or at least a sag into the juke box to provide
' program with a Ladies Night effectiveness and efficiency of the man to obtain the final moldof musical entertainment.Next .
last Thursday'at the NAS Jax'O" a leader. He must desire to
the force? meeting of Branch 91 is
[ Club. The answer is not simple. It lead; he must want to lead.: slated Sept. 22.
Guests present included Dr. Therefore we can say that he
is and
complex maybe even
Mesdames Betty Cunningham, and Mrs. Feder, Dr. and Mrs. even must be dedicated.No .
Ruth Smith and Carol Grant abstract. But as a logical beginning ,
Horton, Dr. and Mrs. Broadus,
we must start with the man ever accomplished a iwRi ;
were installed officers at the
as and Lcdr. J. Saunders, all of the
unless he de
thing was
man himself.He great
recent of
meeting
Jax Navy
Naval
Hospital; Army Capt. and *
Wives Club No. 86 at the club- Mrs. Henson, and Air Force Lt. may have gained these'characteristics dicated. By dedication I mean ; : :

house.In and Mrs. Colvin.Toastmaster through experience loyalty and belief in something. I

other changes, Mrs. Bar- for the eveningwas or through education or Whether it be his country, ideals, :i ii

bara Driscoll was appointed some means, but he must have service or whatever, he must .k
Snack Bar Co-Chairman and Jack Reilly. Speakers were them. Second, he must be train- have loyalty.No r-

Mrs. Cunningham was voted Al Ashely, giving his Icebreaker; ed. true leader has ever been

Master-at-Arms and Pin Chair- Cip Cipolat, who discoursed on VERY FEW MEN are born interested in himself alone. To

man. "Chinch Bugs" and Bill Fraser, leaders. This training, although make men loyal to oneself and

An outing at the NAS Jax who talked on Florida education. ,alone still will not produce a to want to follow, a man must
Skeet Club is planned for Sept. go beyond himself even to the
Cipolat won the speaker's tro-I leader, at least arms a man with
17 at 1900. Members of Navy point of putting his wants and J5Ifg'7.r

Wives Club are to bring grills Phy. necessary knowledge and techni- desires last in the line for con- ;

and covered dishes. J"r _ __;:__. sideration. Simply speaking, his ,

Mrs. Alice Meyer has taken men and his mission must come .7-:

over responsibilities of Parlia- [T4a before all else. .

mentarian since the Aug. 31 THIS REQUIRES dedication in ii
''..'
meeting voted her to the board. t ty:4 a the highest degree. He must be at

Mrs. Ruth Niesson, an author- pJ p- ready to sacrifice all things

ity on parliamentary procedure I which are personal for the ideals

is due to speak to the Club at, and purpose which he holds to

its Sept. 21 meeting. I be important.How .

Mesdames Vivian Wagner,June I i many men can meet

Shaver and Meyer are planning TW' U these requirements of the true : __
to attend the National Conven- leader? One can look back in _

tion in October along with Jax -.: r history and come up with many r

Navy Club president, Mrs. Pearl : names of men and women that

Smith. Alternates are MesdamesSue j c cr. meet them. And one can be sure SLEEK MONIQUE Riding

Day, Hazel Goellner and that the future will bring back high all fuss 'n' feathers is
Monique Van Vooren cavort.
Maria
Bennett.
many more. However, these will ing in the Las Vegas sun. She's
Three hundred dollars has be the very minutest percentageof starring in the resort product.
been voted to the Scholarship our.men. ion of the Broadway musical
Foundation of Navy Wives Clubsof hit "Destry Rides Again."
The point is, by keeping these
America and $25 voted to idealistic standards of a true Girl Scout Meetings Start

Boy Scout Troop 131, sponsoredby \ -., leader as a goal for men to point Girl Scout Troop 347 will hold
NAS Jax.Answers.
: i towards, if all men approachthis its first meeting of the new
goal as closely as their own
to Braintwisters ACT OF VANDALS-The HAS Hobby Shop was recently Scouting season Tuesday, Sept.
broken into what is particular personality and char- 20, from 1530 to 1645 at
1. Cleopatra. 2. Charybdis. 3. by believed to be youthful vandals. Extensive the
damage was done and many hobby craft sets destroyed. In acter allow, we will always have Scout Hut opposite the NAS
Pollux 4. Gretel. 5. Elaine or addition, yellow paint was smeared over the premises. If any good leaders to follow. And Jax Theatre.
Guenevere. 6. Delilah. 7. Isolde. parents discover paint stains on their children's shoes or cloth. there will always be 'room for
8. Adonis. 9. Galatea. 10. Helenof ing should effect appropriate punishment. The NAS Jax com improvement. A few The troop will meet weekly at
will
manding officer is vitally concerned in this matter and feels attain this time. Any fifth grade girl
Columbine. 12. Jon-
Troy. 11. that should these irresponsible acts be attributed to teen-agers, the goal but the majority of the is eligible to join. Contact Mrs.
athan. 13. Gabriel 14. Pythias. stringent action be taken by the parents of those involved. rest will be good leaders. Williams at EV 41544.I' .





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Nine Teams


Enter NAS

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Grid ActionNine [%11I toiW y



Mainside teams Touch have Football enteredthe 1 *!!1

O&R
League and officials are now Unbeaten LeadingMainside

: casting an eye on at least .

four more entries before start ; : J'c

of the season. : .,. _
: Tenpin PlayComfairJax
Although there's still time for y '
j teams to enter, interested units : Kr

are being urged to sign up as "
soon as'possible "A, Disbursing "A, and O&R of the American,
to facilitate Continental and National Bowling Leagues, respectively,
: drawing of
schedule.
up a pace> the way by rolling over opposition last week. O&R is
Teams lined
up to date: Administration the only unbeaten team in either of the three leagues, with
I VAP-62, 679 Air an 8-0 record.
I Force, FAETU, Supply, VA-44, MARTD fell from the roost of to take over the league lead witha

IVA-15, Hospital and Marine .,........ '-' the Continental League in a 3-1 I I 10-2 mark.
I Barracks. SHOOT 'EM UP Ensign B. J. Hornlein Wave Adttilnl. defeat to FAETU "A" after leading COMPLETING CL action for
Officials to work the touch sirator at NATTUnit gathered six training unit Wares and took during the first two weeksof the week, shutouts were the
(football games here this them to the firing range last week. The girls were introducedto thing on the Mainside lanes as
season the .45 caliber pistol and were allowed to fire the .22 caliber' bowling, while Operations
; [are urgently needed, accordingto pistol. Surprisingly, they all did well, averaging six hits out of Ordnance was unable to hold on Raiders skunked Supply "A",
[ athletic director Frank Mc- nine tries. In photo, L. M. Hamilton DK1, (left) takes shooting to the top spot in the American 4-0 and Administration blanked

[Caffrey. position alongside Ensign Honstein. League, splitting with the Groc- Waves "A", 4-0. NARTU took

I Referees will receive $3.50 a ers, 2-2. WAR to the cleaners, 3-1, FAE-

) game this year. Interested per- Navy 'Fat'In Runners ACTION IN the American League TU "A" walloped MARTD, 3-1,
kons should contact McCaffrey last week saw Dental "A" and AirCraft Maint. and the Cou-

; It extension 585.Tennis shutting out the Marines, 4-0, gars gained a 2-2 split.
Short At QuarterbackAnnapolis and ComfairJax "A" blanking Play in the National Leaguesaw

Holy Rollers, 4-0, to take over postponements aplenty with
Event smooth for the the American League lead witha Operations AUW and Disbursing"A"
(AFPS) Rough or sailing
and AirCraft Maint. and the
Again Delayed Naval Academy eleven this year will depend, grid experts 11-1 mark.Dispensary. Hawks delaying their matches.In .
feel, on the razzle-dazzle running of halfback Joe Bellino and downed the Owl
action
) other in the NL last
The Jax Navy' Novice Tennis the nurturing of a dependable field general. Hoots 3-1, AirCraft Maint. blasted -
week O&R maintained its lead
,
Tournament, a much tossed about Secondyearcoach- Wayne Har- Hospital, 3-1, Grocers and
t I and clean record by shutting out
the
footer to first team.
up
event, has suffered another din, a disciple of the wide open Operations Ordnance gained a
Dental "B" 4-0 The Warriors
; Nine sophomores are being ,
postponement. New st a r ti i n g attack with numerous flankingand 2-2 tie and the Hornets topped
scored shutout
carried on the 44-man varsity a victory over
date has been set back to Sept. spread plays, has seven regulars -
Waves "B" 31.Disbursing. "
FAETU "B 4.0
1 21. squad including Larry Graham, a while Corn-
back in his fold and a limited -
7 The six-three, 201-pounder who has i "A" looks as fair Jax "B" and 679 had 3-1
delay
in to
was set hopes of seasoned crop of players
attracting a few last minute entries draw from. already cinched the, No. 2 left though it is going to make things wins over Disbursing "B" and

4 in an attempt to raise the RETURNING standouts such as end slot behind Dattilo. tough in the Continental League VP-30 "B" respectively.

,It". field. At this time, 11 persons fullback Joe Matalavage, tackle half Running will be at senior first-string John Zenyuh.right after wiping out Alley Kats, 3-1, Witk't Sch.dlll.15NATIONAL <
have filed entry blanks. Ron Erchul, end Frank Dattilo Stpl. LEAGUE-1730
f All military personnel, male and center Frank Visted brightenthe Navy will probably be a run- Alleys 1 & 2COMF'JAX
) and female, except varsity ten- Middies' gridiron outlook.On ning team; according to the ex- 6ND Golf Tourney "A" vi VP-1B

' nis players, are eligible to parti- the gloomy side of the led- perts, using plenty of running Underway At 'Pensy'NAS 364OPER'SAUW vi O & R
halfbacks
flipped by the
g cipate. Play is slated for the ger, Hardin must find suitable passes Pensacola is hostingthe 546
"
courts opposite the Mainside replacements for such quarter- Sixth Naval District Golf COMF'JAX 8"1 SUPPLY "B"

_- Navy Exchange retail store. back stalwarts as Joe Tranchiniand EM Wives Resume Tournament which got underway J 1&2 2000

Today is the deadline for en- Jim Maxfield, who were yesterday.Jax VP-30 "B"1 DISB./ "B"
tries. Interested persons should graduated last June. Bowling RivalryEnlisted Navy is expected to be 344

contact athletic director Frank Top prospect for the manipulator men's wives are expected one of the toughest contenders "A/C 546 MAINT 'c'1 679th

McCaffrey at extension 585. slot is Hal Spooner who saw to see a lot of action on entered in the tourney. WARRIORS vi HAWKS

Racquets and balls are avail- very little action last season. the Mainside lanes during the Golfers for Jax Navy in the S.pt. 19-AMERICAN LEAGUE-1730

able for use in the tourney by Harry Dietz, quarterback of the fall bowling season. The wives Open Class are Jerry Foley of Alleys 1 4 2

checking them out through the unbeaten 150-pound 1959 squad, started bowling Friday, Sept. 9 VA-44, low qualifier, Lou Gif- FAETU "B". vi DENTAL "A"

athletic office.Varsity. and sophomore Jim Stewart are for averages, and will bowl Fri- ford of O&R, David Stuard of 344
A/C MAINT'A' vi CHERRY PICKERS
I contenders for the number one days of each week at 1900. FAETU and Ray Thurmond of 546

I passing position. There will be one league, con- VW-4. WAVES "B" vi MARINES

CageHopefuls DURING SPRING practice, 208- sisting of 16 teams; there are Tom Lux of FAETU and 2000

pound sophomore Bern Von Sy- several vacancies on three teamsin Jim Callaghan of NAS are "OPER'S-ORD 142 vi DISP.

To dow, a guard, performed so well the league. taking care of the Senior Div- 344

that Hardin may move the six- Enlisted wives, interested in ision golf chores for Jax Navy "HOLY ROLLERS vi HOSPITAL

Get Call SoonInitial -- bowling should, call Kay Felton, and Mary Bisenius of the Hospital COMF'JAX"A"546 vi HORNETS
New Ruling Seen, is entered in women's I '
secretary of the league at SP Sept. 21-CONTINENTIAL/ LEAGUE-1730
call for candidates for FishermenA play. Alleys 1 4 2GROCERS
1-2882.
Aiding
the Jax Navy varsity basketball t VI AlC MAINT "8"
26 ruling that has caused con- .._._...W<................A.W ....U.. ., AWN.... m..'.'.. .. 364FAETU
team will be issued Sept. reports -
cern and confusion among the "A" VI BUTCHERS
athletic director Frank Mc 'S 5&6
state's fresh water fishermen has
AllEY KATS VI COUGARS
Caffrey.All been made uniform and should 2000

persons wishing to try out clear up a lot of apprehension, 1&2

for a place on the squad should reports the State Game and "WAVES "A" VI SUPPLY "A"

contact McCaffrey soon at extension Fresh Water Fish Commission. ADMIN 3&4 VI MARTD
The new regulation passed by 566DIS&
. 585. the game body allows a fisher- "A" va NARTUJohn

;rl t Five men have signified intentions man to take 35 panfish a day.

. of vieing for a berth Formerly, 50 could have been Lesch Wins

this year, including the lone returnee taken in some parts of the state 4 S

to date from last year's and 25 in others. < f All TennisJohn
Besides the 35 panfish. maxi- Navy
club, 6'4 Al Sheppard.The take _1I .VL f
also
fisherman can fl
mum, a Lesch defeated his Paci-
others include Oliver Wil- 10 bass, 15 pickerel and 30
up to fic Coast teammate, Dale Junta,
liams, who stands 6'6; Oliver white bass. There is no size limit -
for the All-Navy Open Tennis
t Young, 6'4, a veteran of Memphis on fresh water fish.
Championship last week at New-
Navy basketball wars; Mel r
i athlete Sidney Terry 1960 Big Eight .. k'lYbi port, R. I., 5-7, 6-4, 6-4, 6-4.
y. Redd, 6'2, ex-Clark College champ, ? f
wrestling
middleweight Lesch and Junta then "forgot
t. and Walter 'Marshall, of thee receiving cadet training at Webb
their differences" and teamed to
U. of Texas. AFB, Tex.
Feller of the .... t win the Open doubles crown ina
::3 Bob nO" -"-' -- '-'- --
First game of the season fort In his prime, 'I.--------
Indians threw a base- LEADS LOCAL LINKSTERS Lt (jg) Jerry Foley, one of match that went three hours,
Jax Navy will be a Nov. 22 engagement Cleveland the top golfers aboard the Station, is leading Jax Navy golfersin
with the Ft. Gordon ball 98.6 m.p.h. which was meas- the Sixth Naval District Golf Tourney currently underwayat 15 minutes. They trimmed
I the Army in an electronic ; NAS Pensacola. Lt (jg) Foley finished as one of the lowest North Atlantic's Leon Wilson and
;. Signalares on the Mainside gym ured by qualifiers in preliminary play over the Jax course. He is con
boards. test. sidered as having a good chance of copping the District crown. Ed Krysiak, 6-3, 6-2, 6-3.



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I Portrait Of Sen. Kennedy; He's A Purple Heart VeteranWho Classified


,
is the man the Democrattic --
Party has chosen to ed a PT boat which was cut in up." committee that formed to inves- (The Jax Air News is prohibited -

its standard in the November carry two by a Japanese destroyer off A GRADUATE of Harvard, he tigate racketeering in industrial by Defense Department regulations -

presidential election? the Solomon Island in Aug. 1943. was only 23 when he publisheda relations, a group for which his from listing commercial

Lt (jg) Kennedy and his crew best-selling book Why England younger brother Robert served as advertising.No .

SEN. JOHN F. Kennedy, if spent hours in the water before Slept. A later best-seller by counsel. ads are taken by phone,all

elevated to the nation's highest reaching a tiny atoll where they i. Kennedy, Profiles in Courage, a BEFORE throwing his hat in must be submitted personally or

office, would, at 43, be the sec- spent five days surrounded by collection of essays on acts of the ring for the 1960 election, by mail. The Jax Air News reserves -

ond youngest President to enter the enemy. political courage by senators,wona Kennedy had a degree of political right to edit all ads.

the White House. (Theodore "In all honesty," said one mem- Pulitzer Prize for biography.In experience that belies his FOR SALE

Roosevelt was 42.) ber of that crew recently, "the the Senate, Kennedy dis- youthful appearance. Massachusetts For Sale 3 bdrm, 2 bath house, Fla.

THE MASSACHUSETTS Democrat survivors owe their lives to him. tinguished himself, as a memberof sent him to the House of rm1) dicpd, lot, Glow/ Equity, 15

1 is a Purple Heart veteran I Never, at any time, did he lose the Foreign Relations Com- Representatives three times tnd mtn from NAS or Cecil Field, near schls.

of the Pacific war. He skipper- control of himself or get shook mittee and also of the special to the Senate twice. Call I. Toote, SP' 14039.

I _. i Sale or Rent 3 bdrm house, hdwd

Is Alert :r flrt. Murray Hill, kit. equip, $75.00 per
; Navy Long To
s mo, Immed. ocpy. unfurn. near tchl. Mrt.

Ruppersberger, EV 7-3909 after 1700.

Space Cedar Hill Estates 3 bdrm, 2 bath,
Age Technology
; 41iti% GI Equity, $86 per mo. Call D. C.

t. (The first in a series on"Seapower-The Navy In Space." This is Anthony, SP 1-3205.
the Oak Hill 3 bdrm house, Ii.,.
Navy viewpoint as expressed recently by Admiral Arleigh Ig rm.
Burke, Chief of Naval Operations.) T: T 4 din. rm. kit, $74 mo. $1200 Equity, will
The has been
Navy long
alert to the contributions U.S. universities, industry, the >> sell 2nd mtg. Mrs. Dorsett, SP, 14089.

which armed forces and other govern- Sale or rent.
space technology can Close to NAS & Cecil Field 3 bdrm.
make to naval effectiveness.FOR ment agencies are now combining T
house, 4Vt% mtg. Immed. fen yd,
ocpy
efforts in the national s
pro-
space
YEARS, the Navy has {' _
gram under direction of the s $1100 Equity, $65.50 mo. pymts. SP
developed competence and prac- ; rtf
tical experience in meteorology, National Aeronautics and Space ( I 11476. .
Administration for scientific Cedar Hills Estates 4 bdrm. house,
research -
electronics, rocket propulsion, hu-
and civilian application.After ft 1 Ig util rm, tern patio, kit, din rm, liv.
man engineering, medicine and ? I '
other areas of space accomplish- World War II, the Army 1 rm, GI Equity, $86 per mo. J. V. Delis!,

brought German rocket scientistsand SP 14125.

V-2 rockets to this countryfor Cedar Hills Estates 3 bdrm house, 2

NATTU.= research purposes to obtain bath, 1 Ig kit, din rm, GI Equity 4%%.
_
.1' S. J. Stanek, ADC, SP 12630.
ment.r data on the earth and upper

1 l atmosphere. ; FOR RENT
\ Furn 2 bdrm Duplex apt. adults. L.
CONCURRENTLY, the Navywas ___ _- m._' ._____ _
M. Boyette, ADC, EV 45165.
developing a rocket, the NEWLY REMODELED-Mrs. Joe Davis, (left) and Mrs.B. .
Viking, launched in 1949. The L. McCreery look over new dryers with Mn. A. B. Atchley, Water front Prlv. 2 bdrm apt. tile, kit.
f- Viking demonstrated for the first operator at the newly remodeled Navy Exchange Beauty Shop & bath, car port, schl, bus & mail by

III time a unique control feature, aboard ihe Station. The shop boasts an attractive gray and door, $75 per mo. Mrs. Bacon, CO
pink color scheme plus modern furnishings. In addition, the 49290.
the rotating rocket motor nozzle reception room has been remodeled and new hair dryers in*
-_ used in several current space stalled. Unfurn. Apt. 1 Ig bdrm, single rm.
vehicles. can be used as single. bdrm. Ig. kit.

Between 1947 and 1949, the $50 per mo. liv, rm. apply between
Aviation Electrician's Mate Election Date Nears
the Aerobee Navy 0900 & 1200 only. Call SP 11142.
School Classes 6016 of AE "A" Navy developed ;
THIS 'n' THAT
School and 6005 of "B" School rocket. Twenty of these
called "vertical sound- Wanted ride or share car pool, Cas-
graduate tomorrow to make their technically Get On
People Scoop VotingSince
way in the fleet. rockets," were launched to inves- sat Ave & Merle St., 0800-1600. Chief
Thiel, Ext. 8177 EV 7.4587.
or
tigate t 100 miles above
Filling the "B" School spot space up
the earth's surface. this is a big election year and many local servicemen and Duty Swap Any CS3 who has 18
Monday will be Class 6037 while women may wish to vote by absentee ballot, the Jax Air News is mo to two yrs to serve for duty at
Class 6038 convenes the same THE SUCCESSOR to Aerobee, outlining information from time to time on how these ballots may
day at "A" School.Congratulations Aerobee-Hi, reached altitudes of be obtained. Voting Officer for NAS Jax Lt. (jg) Jeannette NAS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Jan. 12 yet
in store over 200 miles. It was used exten- Green at extension 8556, topside in Building 955. to serve. Write Edward ,Bozarth, CS3,
are sively and with This is proving to be a critical month for the nation's servIce- Box 466, Navy 115 %FPO New York; N.Y.
great
success
for Class 6017 which
has won
men and women planning to vote in the November election.
the Honor Class competition witha during the International Geophy-
THE MECHANICS of absentee
total of 836 points.Congratulations sical Year and is still being used voting require, in many instancesand peculiar to Southern voters but Station FaresContinued

also to T. J. in space studies.Experiments many Northern states make it a
in many states, as much as a ( from Page 1))
Durham, AN, and M. W. Dun- conducfed with month of planning for members condition of voting. Usually vot- damage was estimated at approximately -

lap, AA, both of Phase VI "I". unmanned balloons high in the anxious to make sure their vote ers must read a portion of the $25,000, according toa

Durham made a high score of 89 stratosphere and close to the edgeof will get there in time to count. U. S. Constitution. Some states, spokesman. Most of the dam-

in the 20th week competition and : outer space were started by This month's planning at all like New York, waive literacy' age was to windows and'utilit-

Dunlap attained an 88 for the Naval research facilities follow- military installations is getting for servicemen and dependents. ies, in addition to erosion.In .

I 18th week,run. ing :WWII.To cranked> off this week with Vot- Many states require registration = the Jacksonville area itself

I Wednesday was a day of celebration ( be continued) ing Information Week, to be climaxed ; but it's a stumbling blockto damage was relatively light. Re-

I for the Brazilian students by ,Armed Forces Voters only' a few in-service voters. pairs were being made to homes

I here as they honored their Independence CC-UF DriveContinued Day on Sept. 27. Many states make residence per- and offices during the week.

Day with a party. THE PROCESS of qualifyingand manent for those who have voted Beach residents and city employees -

\ Welcome is extended to Robert ( from Page 1)) obtaining a ballot vary by regularly in the past. were busy cleaning up debris -

\ Dahl, AEC; from VAP-62 and donation, unless they so choose.It state but are generally fairly THE REGISTRATION require- primarily fronds, trees,

f to Perry Estes, AECA, who will is being emphasized that con- simple.All ment is often waived for servicemen limbs and moss.

I instruct at the school. Phase VI tributors can pledge and pay for states now accept the and dependents. Or, they're The Beaches area was hit by

I "I" has obtained the teaching equal amounts to the keymen Standard Form 76 (available automatically registered when Donna's fringe. area buffeting

services of J. R. Law, AE1. J. J. during the course of the drive or from your voting officer) as a they apply for an absentee ballot winds harder than were inland
Lenox, AEC, replaces Law in can pledge the entire amount and also points.
ballot application. Many accept (by using Form 76.)
Phase V.Aviation. pay directly to the CC-UF on a
it from civilian employeesand This is a key point to clear
up
I
semi-annuallly, quarterly or dependents. Some states for TAKE CARE to supply a com-
the certain state in which you
Ordnance School monthly basis.EXPECTED. also accept the post card for absentee I are interested in casting a bal- plete and readable address. Also,
Class 6025R, the Reserve class, to be on hand for registration.Most obtain any necessary signaturesland
lot. This should be done well be-
graduates tomorrow with a fine the giant kick-off rally at King states will not allow vot- fore the deadline for ballot ap- execute the oath if it is re-
record in Honor Class competition Hall will be
some 1,000 keymenand ing below the age of 21. Excep- plications.The quired. And the address to
as well as in scholastic campaign workers of units and which the card is sent is vital.
tions are Georgia Kentucky, is limited
poll tax to five
standing. based NAS Jax and
at from oth-
Class 6023 is Honor Class for er participating units who wishto which allow voting at 18, Alaska'at states. Of these, Arkansas and Some states collect the ballot

this week replacing 6025R next attend. 19, Hawaii, which limits it to Virginia exempt servicemen, application at the state capitol,
20 and Pennsylvania, which allows -
,
'week will be Class Honor Mississippi' exempts both servicemen
6038. others want them sent to local
Included will be keynote addresses
20 olds to vote if they
man for this week is J. V. Mira- year and dependents. Only Texas -
by military unit repres- become 21 the day after the el- voting districts, counties or pre-
glia, AA, of Class 6033. and Vermont have a blanket
entatives and
by representativesof ection. cints.
CWO W. J. Uker has relieved requirement.Key .
CWO J. H. Clements Phase the CC-UF. Commanding officers AS A RULE, one year of residence Your voting officer can help
as of points, once your eligibility -
participating commandswill
Officer of AO "A" School. The also be The Jax in the state you wish to has been established, are the you in establishing your entitle-
present. and vote in is required.
latter is to assume new dutiesat Navy band will provide music. register proper application for the bal- ment to vote, in obtaining an
Shorter periods county, dis-
NAS Cecil Field.
Co-Chairmen for the lot and the actual voting. The absentee ballot and in properly
Newcomer at AO School is Navy- trict, precinct or city are
William Andreu, AOC, who Duval campaign are Capt.. Nel- usually the case. Standard Form 76 is the only marking the ballot and mailing it

comes, here as an instructor from son M. Head and Mr Crarles The ability to read and writeis proper application and it is self- back on time, once you receivethe

VA-23. Field. thought of as ,a requirement explanatory. latter. ,