Jax air news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/01330
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 22, 1960
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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An afternoon appointment infants, as well as treat. so forth. semi-urgent conditions for whichan are held. At this time the care
schedule will be instituted on I appointment would not be of children with infections must
of children on appoint-
ment hospitalized Parents desiring an
26 the
Sept. at Naval
Ward B4. appropriate. Examples of this necessarily be limited to acutelyill
Pediatric Clinic. The scheduleis ment for their child are requested -

being set up to reduce waiting CHILDREN who require care to call' the Pediatric Clinic at group are respiratory infections patients.

time and provide more efficientcare. for various chronic or non-urgent with fever, acute intestinal disturbances ROUTINE CHECK-UP other
conditions will be seen on an EV 4-6439 on weekdays between
and various skin in- than at six weeks of age, cannotbe
OVER 100 infants and childrenare appointment basis. Examples of 1000, and 1200.MONDAY fections. done because of the large volume -
such conditions congenital
cared for each day the are
heart disease, recurrent abdomi- through Friday The only exception will be of sick patients.
The three pediatricians
assigned to this department are nal complaints, nutritional pro- mornings will be devoted to the Tuesday mornings when six- True emergencies will, at

also responsible for care of new- blems, convulsive disorders, and care of children with urgent or week well infant examinations course, be cared for ,at any time.


Easy Going HereMilitary Jfl X \ -

newcomers to NASJ

x are not only 'welcomed Vol. 18 No. 29 JAX AIR NEWS 22 September 1960
aboard' but receive a full day's

tions class New' when of persons them indoctrination concerning they with are arrive local provided personnel regula-to here.acquaint information -- CC-UF Drive Starts With Hefty Push I Irolling

matters, educational and advancement .

opportunities, disci- FDR Raises $4500
plinary regulations, and general ;
information of policies of the :

Station. k- 1 Keymen EnthusiasticNavy

REASON FOR the indoctrination -

classes are because many activities in the Jacksonville area have fired the
new enlisted persons arrive from _iIh:4t 44 Ow ;:
opening gun of the 1961 Community Chest-United Fund
recruit or Class "A" schools and
r ir campaign with a real "boom.
familiar with
are only generally wir The "boom" was provided by the Mayport-based carrier
and .
Navy policies regulations.In I I Franklin D. Roosevelt which proudly announced it had

addition to information pro- t I' I : gone over the top in its quota for the drive.
vided EMs, incoming petty officers 11 gsl t Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig,
gain knowledge of local tflI ,1 Commander Fleet Air J quickly in order to effect -

regulations and therefore get I I1flI L A yule and Commander aCkson-1 an early success.
At Monday's kickoff rally,
in better position to exercise s Bases Sixth Naval
responsibilities of leadership and 4 : announcement of the early con- some 500 keymen and campaign
workers were put into an enthusiastic -
management. r __ tribution at the huge kickofi
mood with a spirited
Series of lectures, films and wi rally held for NAS Jaxbasedunits .. -
fe7 turln "band music;
____ progTam
tours of Station :facilities are 'i- ; movies and speeches.
arranged when practical. 4''t Before the kickoff rally was
ADMIRAL CRAIG urged key-
held, the Navy Recruiting
are every
: to all hands in a
it the men approach
Office revealed that was
at '
third Wednesday beginning '
'- Division 100 participation effort.
first Navy and Federal percent
0800 in Building 955; one isj .
scheduled for next Wednesday.The __ '_.,. .WN __; _j --i- unit to go over the top. "This Drive is our way of show-
starts off with ROUSING CC.UF KIckoFF-Keynote of the Community JUST ONE DAY after the ing the community that the Navyis

muster,program preliminary welcomeand enthusiasm Chest.United and Fund sincerity.rally Monday Capt. for Nelson NAS lax-based M. Head units(left) was co- (drive was officially launchedcame 100 percent behind it. This a

presentation of educational chairman of the Jacksonville Nary campaign, while presiding at still another report that chance to show that we care. I
services including advancementInrating the rally, presented a resume of the 42 agencies of the CC-UF that the
) Com Admiral Craig's personal staffsof have every assurance
activities. Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig (right
and their
by the I&E Officer. mander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District and Commander Fleet Air Jax and ComNabSix Feleral Division will meet its

Welcome aboard and an address Fleet Air Jacksonville declared in his keynote address that had gone over the top. quota."
by the commanding officer the drive offered all hands a chance to show that they care The rapid getaway is the result Capt. James R. Reedy, commanding -

and discussion of personnel mat- about the community and its problems. of the announcement last officer of NAS Jax,

ters by the Military Personnel week that the Navy in Jackson- 'stressed the obligation of Navy

Officer follow. Two New Chiefs Won'tlBe ville intended. start the ball 'I (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 2))

There is also an address by

the Legal Officer and the Chap-

lain and a Red Cross repre- Chiefs Very LongJames ,
sentative. ; \ (

Dupes, recently promoted to chief hospital corpsman 1
his newly acquired chief's hat as ;i 4 ;
MDBS Due will not be wearing
Payments 4 4tI
Mutual Death Benefit Society long as he thinks.He DTC, HM1 and DTI rates. 1111 <
members reminded that Assessment will soon wear an officers Others 'eligible are medical 5 i .W I J Lmi
Nos. 145 and 146 are hat, that of an ensign, after com- personnel serving in the Regu- 'ti _3___
Officers Indoctrination a i I
of -
now due.Payment. pletion lar Navy in status of Dental Ser- 'I %( 7 r
School at Newport, R. I. i and Medical and
vice Warrant
of $2.20 total for the OF Disease Vector
Dental Service Warrant. '
two assessments must be paid by i Control Center here, not fcnly
Personnel must also have been
the close of business Sept. 26. passed the chief hospital corps-
Checks or money orders shouldbe man test but also passed the test serving as first class petty officers -

made payable to Employees'Mutual for ensign in the Medical Service or higher for a period of at

Death Benefit Society. Corps which is available to HMC, I (Please turn to Page 6, CoL 2))

I Certain Persons Due Early Discharge For Holidaystive

Armed Forces personnel due between the dates listed will be duty for training under the

to be separated from active duty separated between December 8- Reserve Forces Act of 1955, and
between Dec. 16, 1960 and Jan. aliens seeking to qualify for expeditiousnaturalization -

5, 1961, can expect to be home 16.Also eligible are personnel by com- _."' 1" "", .,._ _..,,- ....._ --.--
of active HMI TO HMC TO ENSIGN-Thai's what is on the promotion *
for the coming Christmas. New stationed in the area of their res- pletion of three years schedule for James Dupes, newly promoted chief hospital

Year holiday period, accordingto idence in the states of Alaska military service.It corpsman at the Disease Vector Control Center aboard NAS
this week. and Hawaii, commonwealths, dependencies is estimated that some 6,440 Jax. Dupes is among the recent crop of men being upped to
an announcement trusts and territories, persons will be granted an early chief petty officer. He has also passed the test for ensign in the
Most non-regular officers and com- release under this policy. Num-' Medical Service Corps and is due to become an officer after
from overseas
returned his
or of Officer Indoctrination Adjusting
regular and non-regular enlisted mands or sea duty for further ber of persons attached to Jax completion is Mri. Dupes while Comdr. George Stains officer.in.charge
personnel of the armed forces transportation to these areas. commands who will be affected of Disease Vector Conrtol Center presents his promotion certificate.

in the continental United States Excluded from early-out policy by this policy is undeterminedat Also making the HMl-HMC-Emign move is Roy ReimJr.
of the Naval HospitaL
this time.
six-months ac-
reservists on ,
who would normally be releasedborn are


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I x'x'A' r 22 September 19 1

Page 2 JA'x' IR NEWS I

flxftui If Ya' Portrait Of Mr. Nixon:

td .HAS, JackeerlM Ask Us Served 2 Terms As VP

Capt. James K. l..dy ComrMndlng officer Vice President Richard M. Nixon, a 14-year'veteran of
Comdr. Robert N.Uoo Executive Offlow Questions Do you plan to vote is his party's candidate for the Presidencyafter
the political scene,
NA* Six rU f Air Jttkxmvfll this November? If 10 howatthe
tar Adm. Ktnrwth Craig\ Commander eight years in the number two spot.
Capt. Gr/tton H. Weber __ Chief of St.ff, FclrJaxChWf polls or by absentee ballot? The GOP standard bearer has traveled almost 160,000
Capt. Nton! M. Hud of Staff, NAB Six Why do you think servicemen 54 countries
"". Air Wtee EUv*. should vote? miles in visiting I aircraft firms, a 'job that earned

Capt. Renfro Turner, Jr. __________ Commander Yes I certainly going to since taking office in 1952. I him a letter of commendation for
Opt. Murlln W. Alley Chief Staff Officer am THE FIRST Vice President in :
saving the government millionsof
vote by absentee ballot. I live
Naval Air Technical Training Unit the history of the United States :
Cpt." Robert J. Fleming Commanding OfficerComdr here but will Mr. dollars.He .
Marlon K. Smith Executive Officer be at NAS Pa- to: preside over the Cabinet, was elected to the House of
Naval ....,1t.1Ctpt. tuxent River, Nixon also headed National Security Representatives when he left the
William L Ingtlman Officer when
Council meetings ,
Capt. Jhn O. F.d.r Executive Officer Md. when I unableto service, and again in 1948. In
NARTU M. vote. I thinkservicemen the President was ill or 1950 he become a member of the

Capt. P. H. Holt Commanding Officer area attend. Senate.
Comdr. William M. Miller __ Executive Officer Born Jan. 9, 1913, at Yorba his
part of thegovernment During legislative career,
Printed commercially with non-appropriated fund In Jacksonville, Florida at no Linda, Calif., Nixon helped his Nixon was engaged in official
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958. too. I think father as a youth with the family investigations of corruption and
Dfetrlbuted free ef charge to military end civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, store. He attended
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air ,1L"\i'Utr.I: Nm vy men grocery in. Californiaand Communist activities in govern-
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval HoipttaJ. Reynolds should express Whittier College ment. He helped obtain the con-

Service Information Officer Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnla Jr. their opinion when they have a Duke University's School of viction of Alger Hiss for perjuryand

Assistant Service Information Officer __ _ Andrew H. Pitney chance. Voting is about the only Law where he graduated in 1937. co-sponsored the subversive
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Feature Editor-Mae Spencer, J01; Staff Reporter*-Sandy method of doing this. William I. Before entering politics he returned activities control (Mundt-Nixon)
Martinson, JOSN, Sam Bowman, SN. Photographer-Roicoe Carter, PH3. to Whittier and put out
Reynolds, AE2 NAS Glynco Ga. bill.
The Jax Air New la member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Materiel ,* his shingle. It was there he met
appearing In this publication' be credit ,
reprinted providing It given. Photograph
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photogrtphs.Editorl.I Certainly I plan to vote. I live Patricia Ryan whom he married

offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone ex- here so will ____ ____ in' 1940. The Nixons have two VA-44 RegistersNew
tensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216.Let's vote at the tom.s daughters, Pat 14, and Julie, 12.
polls in Jack- MR. NIXON left his practice in MilestoneIn

Make sonville. W e 1942 to work for the wartime
Sept. have as much Office of Emergency Managementand Pilot
voice in the shortly afterward was com-

A To Remembers government as missioned in the Navy and sent Attack Squadron 44, one of
Day anyone. Therefore to the South Pacific. He was the replacement training squad-

servicemen released from active duty in 1946 rons 'which are a part of RAG-4
late George Jean Nathan it "Bad officials he "w 09:f w, and is in
put neatly. should <--*.t' now a commander the recently graduated the first replacement -
said, "are elected by good citizens who do not vote." vote for their Lancaster I Naval Reserve.As pilot to complete the

But his remark raises a question: is there such a critter as a own good. T. F. Lancaster, ADC, an operations officer in 1943 new.A4D-2N training syllabus in

"good" citizen who stays away from the polls? And that appliesnot Comfair Jax. at Bougainville, Nixon was under the Atlantic Fleet.

only to civilians but to the men and women of the Armed bombardment 28 nights out of 30. The A4D-2N is the Navy's only]

Forces, because, wherever they are stationed, the polls come to them. No, I never AFTER THE WAR ended, the all-weather light attack bomber

DEFENSE SECRETARY GATES HAS designated Sept. 27 as have voted. I Navy' assigned the young lawyer and is capable of delivering an

Armed Forces Voters Day-a day on which service voting officers never get to wind up active contracts with atomic weapon.

will concentrate their effort to urge eligible people in uniform to around to reg- The plane differs from the

I apply for their absentee ballot. For Nov. 8 is nearer than many of ister or pay the Submarine's StoryTo A4D-1-2 mainly by installationof

us realize. tax as it seems the Automatic Flight Control
It's a worthy idea, such an all-out effort. The pity is that we we are always Show On TV System (Auto Pilot), the APG-

should need it. moving around. "Taker 'er down!" These words 53A air-to-ground radar, the
It's somewhat like a day devoted to urging servicemen into Mrs. E. A.Holderfield. gave birth to one of the Navy's LABS system which enables
accepting free hundred dollar bills with no strings attachedexcept ..rEt..m.t: : ; ,', 'A greatest traditions! greater accuracy when engagingin
that the absentee ballot is worth incalculably more than a Holderfield Wife. "The Growler "
Navy Story, to be' loft bombing, the ASN-19
century shown on WJXT, Channel 4 in
THE TROUBLE IS that some servicemen away from Yes, I plan to vote in Novem- Jacksonville, Sept. 24 at 1230, System, and a
home and familiar habits feel that they have pulled up roots-that ber. I am a tells of its beginning.This new angle of attack incorporation -

many of their hometown obligations are nullified by distance. Time citizen of this is the story of Comdr. which helps the pilot to

enough for such civic duties as voting when' they're back to their country and Howard Gilmore, skipper of the control his landing speed and

civilian routine. have a stake in submarine Growler, and the nev- rate of descent with confidence.
Nothing could be more short-sighted. The serviceman who it's policies. I er forgotten command "Take
votes in November will be Taking these additions in hand,
choosing the
next CommanderinChiefof liken voting to 'er down!!"
the Armed Forces-an organization in which he has more than buying stocks E The command meant sacrificing VA-44, commanded by Comdr.A. .

spectator interest. and bonds Comdr. Gilmore's life to save L. Detweiler, designed a new
AND HE WILL BE CHOOSING THE man whose qualities of When a person his! submarine and crew in action Attack Syllabus which instructsthe
mind and character will deeply affect his own future for the votes it is like *.......:.>:".. :>'S.x; ;;. ;>fwn
next four during WWII. The TV series replacement pilot in operat-
years. buying a share Lt. Yoder
So, none of us should have to be goaded into sending for our in the country. In addition, it is promises plenty of thrills. ional functions of the A4D-2N.

absentee ballot. But Sept. 27 will be a reminder that time is run- everyone's duty ttf vote, particu- .First pilot to complete this entirely -

ning out.Great larly in the military. Lt. W. A. Research shows that the I new training syllabus was

Books ProgramTo Yode ComfairJax. Joneses are having trouble keep- Lt (jg) William Nicholls, who

THIS WEEK'SBRANTWSTER ing up with themselves. graduated last week.
Resume Next WeekThe
'\ .1. .

Great Books Discussion / / -.. ; I
Program of the Mainside Librarywill I \
In a potato race, each contest- .
resume sessions next Wed-
ant started from a basket, ran
nesday (Sept. 28) at 2000 in the
three Sunday, September 25
yards to the first potato,
Music Room of the library.
returned and deposited the potato ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL
This is a second year group in the basket. 0830-Service of Worship.

but because' of the frequent He repeated this with each of 0930-Sunday School, three-

changes made by service person- the other potatoes, each potato year-olds through adults, Build-

nel, completion of first year being three yards farther from ing 722; Adult Bible Class, Small

readings is not a requisite for the basket. If each contestant Chapel.
returned 24 potatoes in this man- 0930-Service of Worship.
joining the second
year group. ner, what was the total distancehe 1100-Service of Worship.
Subject for discussion Wed- ran? 1830-Teen-Age, Senior High

nesday will be the Book of (Answer on page 4.) and United Fellowship of Pro- .

Ecclesiastes from the Bible. testants, Building 722 and Small ...

Leaders will be Mrs. Raymond A policeman stopped a beatnik Chapel.
who was driving the
wrong way
Hook and Robert Chisnell.
down a one-way street. "Didn't ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL .

you see the arrows?" the officer 0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass. "114 .' S'W ,
TIDE TABLETides demanded.

at the Beaches: "Like, no," the beatnik replied. ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL _::# ,

HIGH LOW "Man, I didn't even see any In- 0615Confessions.0630Mass.. J :::< ,..........::

A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. dians." 0930-1015--Java Club. ANOTHER V A.uHiIRSTLtjg( ))'"William iholl :cw( ;))
Fri. 9:19: 9:37: 2:58: 3:26: a replacement pilot with Attack
Squadron 44, il congratulated
1030 Protestant Worship by
Sat. 10:03: 10:22: 3:39: 4:12: A. L. Detweiler, commanding officer, being
All that I have-All that I am Christian ,Science the first pilot to upon
Sun. 10:51: 11:11: 4:25: 5:04: Ltjg( ) Nicholll' the new A4D-2N Training Syllabus.
--or ever will be-I owe! Tuesdays, 1900, Small Chapel Cecil Field. destination is now Attack Squadron 46 atI NAS


if:, -- -. .. -. . ,,. .. '

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22 seplemb''e'r 1960' JAX AIR NEW's" Page 3

S. Navy.Joins I Partial List Shows 20

Allies In Three

ASW ExercisesNavies wV New E7s Rated Here

and Air Forces of numerous Twenty first-class petty officers at three local commands

Allied countries will be : donned the 'hard-hat' of a chief petty officer last week. Many

engaged in various sea maneu- : others, from various commands based here, also became E-7
but were not reported to the Jax Air News.
vers between now and the first
a ra< JOINING THE khaki cap club
of the year. fromhe Naval Hospital are Roy CPO include F. X. Carr, AMCA,
One of the biggest undertak- of NAMTD W.
Reim Jr., Paul Thomsen and ; W. Kirtley, AD-
ings will be exercise Sword CA CPO Barracks
Ronald Turco, all promotedfrom ; M. B. Kyser,
Thrust to include over 60 ships, IIM1 to IIMC. ADCA, Barracks 917; D. R. How-

400 carrier, planes and 35 land- Other personnel promoted to land, AOCA, Golf Shack; J. L.
based aircraft from six North Yocklovich, AOCA, NAMTD, and

Atlantic Treaty Organizationnavies. -/i NATTU H. H. Hocrwarth, ATCA, O&R.

The large maneuver will be from NAS Jax are L. F. Clark,

held in the North Atlantic and i AOCA, B. G. Hood, ADCA, G..

Norwegian Sea from now until T. Scarborough, TMCA and M.

Oct. 1. Emphasis will be on C. Taylor, AOCA, all in Ord-

functions for Surface Ship Inte- "-, ---..,,, ,- nance and Gunnery Division of
grated Control (SURIC.) AMONG THE NEW CHIEFS-The good news is out for all Operations.
throughout the Fleet who chief
persons successfully passed
SURIC is Navy goal of Other NAS
personnel promoted
petty officer exams and received promotions. Among the
having surface vessels: operate chiefs aboard the Station are the three above from the Naval ', '-- -- ......,-_.=.'.:\ to CPO are T. L. Davis, AD-

with fewer men, yet outperform Hospital. Left to right are Roy Reim Jr.. Paul Thomsen and CA, Aircraft Maintenance; W.
current operating ships by Ronald Turco. Presenting promotion certificates to them is Capt. I 11. Wester, HMCA, Medical; R.
William L. Engelman, Hospital commanding officer. Aviation Electrician's Mate
simplifying and centralizing ship- W. Jeffcoat, Aircraft Maintenance -
School-Class 6016 graduatedfrom
board operations. and J. L. Dupes, Disease
"A" School last Friday
Submarines from the United Christmas Mail ShouldGo Vector Control Center.
while Class 6038 arrived on Mon-
States and United Kingdom,
day. Honorman of Class 6016
meanwhile, will take part in ex-
during its stay here was Marine Twelve
For OverseasWashington Finish
ercises Blue Shield in the North- Early Pfc. Robert Sharpe.
east Atlantic off Iceland late
this month. (AFPS-It's) that time of the year for mem- The first four weeks of AE"A" A W-II Radio
School Phases I and II have
Included in this maneuver will bers of the Armed Forces stationed overseas to start reminding -
be maritime aircraft from the the folks at home to mail their Christmas packages early. been moved together into Building -
425. These phases consist of School CourseCertificates
nations and also from Canada The deadline this year, as in
clearly and correctly printed on AirFam and Basic Physics.
the is Nov. 20. If
and France. Opposing them will past, parcelsare
the parcel, preferably twice, once Phase VII announces that Sgt. were recently giv-
be delivered Dec. 25
to by ,
be undersea units from the U. S.
on the front and another time on E. T. Grant completed the Atomic en to 12 graduates of the Fleet
they must be in the mail priorto
Navy, Royal Navy and Royal
the back.It Biological and Chemical War- Air Wing 11 Radio School here.
that date.
Netherlands Navy. is also advisable, officials fare School last week. This school Graduation marked the end of
Eight South American coun- THE POST Office Departmenthas said, to print an extra set of addresses is compulsory for all support and 13 weeks of Intensive training,
tries are joining the U. S. in pointed out that parcels on a small card and putit instructor personnel. primary purpose of which was

antisubmarine warfare training should be tightly packed in I I inside the parcel. to prepare qualified men as pros-

exercises underway now through I I either double-faced corrugated PACKAGE SIZE and limita- Aviation Ordnanceman School pective radio operators in patrol

December. tions on weight remain about the -Pfc. Henry Audette of the Lia- type aircraft.
cardboard, wood, metal or fiber-
same all over the w 0 rid. No ison Office has started as a mem-. HONORMAN OF the class was
FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION board boxes and securely wrap-I packages may be more than 100 ber of the local Instructor Training .. M. T. Goldstein, ATNAN, of VP-
ped in heavy paper and well tied. inches in length and girth combined Course. 30 with an average mark of 3.64.

The mailing address should be nor weigh more than 70( Classes 6026 and 6021 have .Running second was A. E. Pooser -
.. -I lbs. Exceptions are the United entered Phases III and V, respec- SN, of NAS Jax, with a markof
LOYALTY Kingdom and Turkey. Local post- tively, first such classes for the 3.60.
/IFFY AffOC1AT10NusN REfERV[ s SYMPHONY NEEDS masters can furnish specific information two phases in several weeks. Attesting to toughness of the

STRING PLAYERSThe on these areas. H. B. Lindsey of Class 6034 was course is the fact that of the

id k Jacksonville Symphony Local postmasters also have high man last week in scholastic original 23 students, only 12 remained -
1 Orchestra has announced a complete lists of articles which standing with a mark of 97. Re- at end of the course.

t peed for obtaining the servicesof cannot be sent through the mails serve Class 6026R graduated last I The school is under the direction -

persons who are adept at such as perishable items, matches Friday with D. J. Butz registerIng of Lt. A. J. Place, FAW11 -
Branch 91 of the Fleet Reserve playing a stringed instrument. and lighter fluid. high honors. Communications Officer. Chief
Association is planning to hold a Although auditions for this Radioman C. D. Beckley, assisted -
---- -----
shrimp boil at the Fleet Reserve season have already been con- The woman unexpectedly came Civilian Blood Donor by J. R. Price, RM1, is in

Club, 8554 Roosevelt'Blvd., Sept. ducted, the shortage of string face to face with her worst charge of instruction and daily
24, from 1400 to 1900. players has made it necessaryto cried Day Scheduled Oct. 5 operation of the school.
"My dear, she ,
There will be all the shrimp keep the makeup of the erwmy. Another Civilian Blood Donors STUDENTS are taught Inter-
you can eat for a donation of orchestra incomplete until this "what a surprise! I thought you Day has been scheduled for NAS national Morse Code, typing and

$1.25; children under 12 years, category is filled. were dead." Jax employees with the date set radio operator procedure. To

60 cents. Reservations should be Persons wishing to get "Now, who told you that?" the for Oct. 5 at Mainside Dispen- graduate, a man must receive

made with Tom Feaster at extension further information on this other demanded."Oh sary. code at a minimum of 18 wordsa

8677 or EV 4-9313. should contact EL 4-5479. A "A" and 0" minute.
nobody, the first replied. Types blood is
Next scheduled meeting of special audition can be ar- Graduating in the recent class
heard needed. Hours of donation will
"But I've several people
Branch 91 is set for tonight ranged. were: J. R. Hinton, AT3, VP-16;
(Thursday) with the Board of speaking well of you lately." be from 0830 to 1045. L. E. Sorenson, ATNAN, VP-18;

Directors slated to gather Oct. rr..qrr. .. W. A. Cook, AT2, NS Roosevelt
13. Anyone interested in joining r :: Roads, P. R.; A. L. Moose, ATR-
the branch should contact Carl AN, VP-18; G. A. Chatham, AT

Smith at extension 559; Dues ii). Iyt NAN, VP-30; W. D. Wood, ATN3,

are eight dollars a year. VWJ.; T. Farrell, AN, VP-16;
G. T. Sampson, ATNAN, VP-30;
President Paul Hetz of Branch G. J. PavlikAA, VP-18; R. F.

126, in a message to all FRA Whitaker, AN, VP-16, and Gold
members says that Unit 126 will stein and Pooser.

sponsor a Shipwreck Dance Sat-

urday, Oct. 8, at 1240 S. McDuff New Hours Set For
Ave. Tickets are three dollars

donation a couple. Air Ticket OfficeNew

There are only 16 more daysto irt expanded hours of oper-
register to vote in Florida. : ation have been announced by
office Duval
Registration in the the Airlines Ticket Office aboard
County Courthouse will be open t 3' the Naval Air Station.

Tuesday and Thursday nights, New weekday hours are 0745to

Oct. 4 and 6, from 1800 to 2100 1830; the office is closed on

and on Saturdays, Oct. 1 and 8 : ( weekends and holidays. Locatedin
R f 13 at the Main Gate
from 0830 to 1700. _... trrr+......Wr.rrri:4: _ono (_...... /Hrw.NR.Y w..............._.lONi:..,........rl rrrn Y.rpY/lf .If,%VLLVff/r/hYlr. ffiYNvAWfIe'YdrYrFAW.l1 f'K Building ,
v. the office has enjoyed a brisk
Visitors at the last Branch RADIO SCHOOL GRADUATING CLASS Shown together are nine students who
have successfully completed 13 weeks of intensive training as aircraft radio operators in a' business since opening in this
meeting included: H. I. Bridges, course at the FAW-11 Radio School. Left to right are, Lt. A. J. Place, School Director A. E. Poos- location several months ago.
F. C. Rogers, B. J. Kendall, A. er, SN: J. T. Farrell AN; M. T. Goldstein. ATNAN; J. D. Hinton. AT3: W. A. Cook, AT2; G. A. More information can be obtained
Chatham. ATNAN; W. D. Wood ATN3; R. F. Whilaker. AN; G. T. Sampson. ATNAN: J. R. Price
J. Nick, C. R. Reeder, R. B.,Berg, RM1, instructor, and C. D. Beckley. RMC, senior instructor. Not shown are L. E. Sorenson AT by phoning NAS extension
and L. M. Feight. NAN; A. L. Moose. ATRAN and G. L. Pavlik AA, who also passed the course. 8372 or EV-7-2811.

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Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS 22 September 1960

! Java Pot Boils Wild F
Books Work i

; Never Let It Be Said A .5 ,
,' ,: Mix Well At !I

i: Navyman Refuses 'Joe' NAT T Unit r

I'r It's not all book learning and

Navymcn are known as traditional coffee drinkers. Here no physical task for student sail-

I at NAS Jax they are no exception. Some 396,000 gallons of ors in Uncle Sam's fleet. And a !

coffee are consumed y arly. This amount would displacefour
I good example of this is pointedout
small patrol craft of comparison. .
as a means a: at the Naval Air Technical
The names applied to coffee run Aks oF fs. ?
fee. It is known as mild coffee Training Unit here.
the gamut from the familiar Java,
not for it's flavor but for the Contrary to opinion expressedby
"jamoke" and "joe" to the many
region in which it grown.It many people, students attend-
perhaps more descriptive though
less flattering titles. is coffee grown only in Co- ing school in the Navy are sub-

lombia, Central America and ject to normal work activities
ONE TERM LESS well-known
Mexico. "Mild" provides the found elsewhere in the fleet.
perhaps is the one formerly
choice grades of flavor coffee Besides standing regular wat-
used to designate the early morn-
because they are grown at. high ches, the student sailor is givena
ing mug of coffee on shipboard:
altitudes on rich soils. complete seabag inspection
the fore royal.
Colombian coffee has become within one month after arrivingat
Just why the eye-opener shouldbe
named for the topmost sail standard for blending in the _. ..-. ::es NATTU Jax. When he leaves

United States. But whatever the COFFEE TIME Melvin Breitag, AA, a masier-at-arms
foremast is not known. the school he is given another
on the Unit samples a.
brand or flavor, coffee is cer- at the Naval Air Technical Training Galley cup
But like many nautical terms, of "joe" while Ronald Smith, AA, prepares a new supply of the bag inspection.A .
tainly a "staff of life" to most
fore royal is apt a fitting popular drink. NATTUnit Galley uses some 3300 pounds of
for such a spiritrousingdrink. Navy/people. coffee monthly to satisfy its "customers." The Navy has always personnel inspection is stood
name been known as an outfit of men extremely fond of coffee and by all students every morningand
L S Navymen at commands stationed here are no exception.
The fore royal was consumed a locker inspection is fre-

early in the morning and un- I quently held, coming' irregular

doubtedly it, like the coffee royalof NARTU Center Of State'sNavCad intervals.He .

often had a bit of rum
also gets cleaning detailsin
in it to ward off the early morning Y '. Recuiting Effort
I chill. both the school buildings and

MOST OF THE coffee drank Florida's only Naval Aviation Cadet procurement officeis in berthing areas and grounds

here is prepared ,in the messesat located in Jacksonville at the Naval Air Training Unit surrounding buildings.The .

various galleys here. Squadrons in Building 901 here. important Navy regulat-
the Commonly referred to as'"Nav-
and "gedunks" serve
Aviation Officer Candidate (AOC) ions and customs are taught the
remainder. Cad/AOC (Naval Aviation, Cadet

Black,' light or plain, with sugar With TheToastmasters and Aviation Officer Candidate Cad enjoys trainee.advantages Primarily over, the the Nav-AOC student throughout his school

or without, coffee is a very Procurement Office) the depart- receives his ensign's commissionat days in an attempt at not "only

important item to many Ameri- ment functions seven days a the end of'only four month'sindoctrination. teaching him the fundamentalsof

In fact, according to fig- week for information and pro-
cans. The age require- his rate but also at making

ures released by the National cessing. ments for AOC be 19 to 26
are, him a better sailor.
Federation of Coffee Growers of Navy Civilian Toastmasters is HEADED BY Lcdr. R. J. Stens-
of He be marriedor
Colombia, Americans down a- planning a big event in Octoberto loff, the office is manned by three years unmarried age. throughout may his

bout 390 million cups of "joe" a welcome back all former officers and two enlisted men training. Prayer Day Set
members of the club. who make frequent visits to col-

day.Over 75 percent of Americansover The Oct. 10 meeting at Karl leges and universities in Florida, Another to consider category is the for new collegemen Non- For October 5

drink Hellenthal's Restaurant will be as well as visiting educational
the age of 10 coffee
Pilot AOC for qualified collegemen The Armed Forces have
in effect a triple-header. It will institutions in southern Georgia.
and the typical coffee drinker
for training Radar Ob- been urged to publicize and
drains almost three cups a day. be Alumni Night, with all former The Navy Flight Training pro- as
servers, Navigators, Bombardiers, encourage military obser-
COFFEE ALSO plays a big members and wives invited; gram is open to qualified young
Aircraft Mainteance officers, and vance of National Day of
part in the commerce of Jack- Installation Night when new officers men possessing two years of col-
other Prayer
duties. proclaimed
non-pilot by President i-
sonville. It Is the leading importof will be installed; and it lege for the NavCad Program and
QUALIFIED will be Eisenhower for Oct.
the Gateway City. will also mark fourth anniver- men with a college degree for the men com-
AOC missioned after four months pre- Assistant Secretary of De-
of the club. program.
Few people are probably awareof sary flight ancltwill fense Charles
training at Pensacola C. Finucanehas
the fact that coffee has been At Tuesday's meeting, Junior The NavCad must be 18 to 25
then be obligated for three- issued. to the services
known for a thousand In Teske, E. K. McIlrath and Dave years old. He must be unmarriedand ,
years. and one-half active through the Armed ForcesChaplains'
years duty.
Moomaw were featured agree not to until
speakers. marry
earlier it used
days was
as a
To be for Board
eligible the Non- a memoran-
Teske warned completion of flight
food instead of a beverage. of the scurrilous training,
I which lasts about Pilot program, an applicant must dum in which Secretary Finu-
There are only three broad literature being issued "under 18 months. On
categories of commercial coffee the table" nowadays and took fulfillment of training, he is have a college degree, between cane said, in part, "In build-

grown in the world today. Theyare those people and organizations commissioned an Ensign and 19 and 27% and be a citizen of ing Power for Peace, the Arm-
known as "robustas", "Bra responsible to task in his "Want designated a Naval aviator. the United States. Physically, he Forces have long recognized -
FOR YOUNG as salient factors, the high
ed For Impeachment; Mcllrath men holding a
zils" and "milds. The robustasis must be in good health. If a
the easiest and cheapest to urged cooperation with the Internal four-year college degree, the moral and spiritual qualitiesof
veteran, each of active
year duty their dedicated personneland
but it does not in Revenue Service as the
grow compare
taste with( the other two. best course to fellow in the tax- New MembersAre may be added to the 27% maxi- have traditionally encour-

BRAZILS OCCUPY the mild payers eternal struggle to keep mum age to give an eligible aged individual" religious ex-

spot as far as flavor goes, while his head above water; while I maximum age of 301,2. pression.
Moomaw brought to light the
Sought By
milds coffee is the premium cof-
fading away of the American

(Answer to Braintwister) Upper Class and the trend in 6dlr .
1800 yards. The contestant ran development of the Middle Class Group K r.}:

six yards for the first potato, and Upper Middle Class; The local chapter of the SPEB L

and added six yards with each Toastmaster for the eveningwas SQSA (Society for the Preservation -

succeeding potato. Dick Barker, with Andy and Encouragement of Bar-

Planey as master evaluator. ber Shop Quartet
Singing in
Subtract one from 24, multiplyby
America, Inc.) has a member-
six, and add six for his dis-
Mayport N'wsp'per ship drive underway this month.
tance with the last potato. Then All you need to enjoy the act-

divide the sum of six and 144 Slates ExpansionMayport ivity is an appreciation of music

by two, and multiply by 24 for Naval Station, our and harmony.a "love of close four-part V? 1

his total distance.
sprawling neighbor to the east, Local audiences look forward __ _

continues to expand following to the barber shoppers two an-

SBQFU Illfli!!!!!;:; .:. t. announcement that the station's nual festivals of harmony. Last N #' X

: February, a show put on by this f r
{ first newspaper-style periodicalwill
ff group attracted a, sellout crowd :.i=: :
( be published tomorrow of 1,100. t
; >lcr;?tet.vkfia. 9cp n vixFaarh i
The men meet weekly on Mon-

The Mayport Mirror, now in its days at 2000 at the Blue Cross-

third year of publication, has ap- Blue Shield Building, 532 River- I
side Ave.
peared previously as a mimeo- -- -- -.. -oW ....., i

graphed sheet but will now appear One I secretary to another: "IfI with OPERATION Air Force personnel FRESH VEGETABLE---from the 44th vymen here Join
Transport Carrer!
as an offset-printed pub- can't spell the words in the Wing, Dobbins AF Base, Marletta. Ga. to load an Air FOlco

lication, approximately the size first place, how does the boss fruit and vegetables for transportation
5Ss35a whIch was In an S
4 of the Air News, and will be expect me to look them up in Donna
passed through. F
6AY WHEN from NAS Jax also Sararr :
five columns wide. the dictionary helicopter water distillers, medical
spare parts'lo the Keys last week. -

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September 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5touch

For Grid Grabs Titlep By --' ?j O&R Leading Pack In


(even SquadsThe 4 Mainside Bowling Play

Mainside Touch Football

ague, remodeled following a .rs Overhaul and Repair, supporting an unblemished 12-0

rmy rules session, is gettingdy record, remained the only undefeated team'in the Mainside

to push the button to be- intramural bowline leagues last week.O .

action for another & R defeated ComFairJax"B"
season pack, shutting out Hospital, 4-0
by forfeit to add another 4-0
in tie for first
They stayed a
game to its record and by doingso
leven teams
are poised for with ComFairJax "A"
kickoff with all kept hold of first place in the place
entrants as- which beat the Grocers, 3-1,
ng to a high finish when the b. k National League.IN giving both teams 14-2 records.IN .
OTHER National League
whistle blows.4
1 .
MORE AL action Owl
play, VP-18 bested OPS AUW ,
Hurricane Hunters, 1959ts Hoots blanked Pickers
Cherry ,
3-1 and the Hawks blanked FA-
will not be defending the 4-0, A/C Maint. did the same to
ETU "B" 4-0, posting a 14-2
this year because of the the Marines, Dispensary shut out
mark to hold on to second spot.
[ing of the unit to Roosevelts. Waves "B" 4-0 and Hornets
The Warriors held to third
blanked the Rollers 4-0.
Holy ,
place by downing TWE 679th,
[ams that will be
the In the Continental League, N-
3-1 VP-30. Owl Hoots stopped
include Public Works, V- THE PROPER WAY-To ARTU Waves "A" 4-0
press 225 pounds of most anything Supply "B" 3-1 while Disbursing"B" whipping ,
Supply, VP-30, FAETU, it shown by this pal of weight lifting enthusiasts at NAS Jax. and took over first place with a
Hospital, VA-15, VAP-62, Jerry Granich, of VAP-62, is assisted by Mike Curdy, of Public did the same in halting A/C 13-3 mark. Strong running Ad-
[aft Maintenance Works Dept.. in bench pressing 225-pound barbell during one Maint., 3-1.
and Ad- of their almost.nightly training cessions In the weight room at ministration is keeping the pres-
tration. Mainside gym. The two report that regular workouts are the In American League action, sure on the Reservists shuttingout

two-hand touch method most important thing in lifting weights and in body building.The there were five 4-0 games rolled Disbursing "A" 4-0.
weight, room is open most every day for persons wishingto
e conducted this
season, as CL action for
"throw their weights around." with OPS Ordnance leading the Finishing up
been for the last three the week, Raiders topped the

n years. I Butchers, 3-1, Cougars stopped

rules will govern play IM SPORTS FAETU "A", 3-1, Supply "A"

odifications as necessarye held WAR scoreless, 4-0, and

touch game. Most all the Alley Kats halted MARTD,
ttde tilts will begin at 1530. DOCKETBOWLING 3-1

annual call for touch foot- STANDINGS
gferees is out and anyoneto Thursday, Sept. 22 L. National League W L
fill vacancies on the 1730 O & R 12 0
ComfairJax "B" vi Dental "B" Hawks 14 2
ll officials staff for this VP-30 "B" vi VP-18 NAS INVITATIONALGOLF Warriors 13 3
[should contact Frank Mc- A/C AAainf. "C" vi O & R 679th 10 6
at extension 585. 2000 VM8 76 5
Warriors v. Supply "B" Disbursing "B" 8 8
FAETU "B" vi Disbursing "B" TOURNEY SETAs A/C Maint "C" 7 9
[ted Wives Leagues Hawks vi 679th FAETU "B" 6} 91
Monday, Sept. 26 VP-30 "8:' 4} 111
Play For part of the Naval Air Station's 20th Anniversary
Keeps 1730 ComfairJax "B" 4 12
e play began Friday in Waves "B" vi Owl Hoots Celebration, the NAS Jax golf course is planning to holdan Oper'i AUM 3 9

listed Men's Wives Bowl- Oper't ORD vi Dental "A" Invitational Tourney Oct. 14-16. Entry blanks will go Supply "B" 2 6

eague' with the Fencers and Hornets vi Hospital 2000 to many of the area's top golfers.:!: Dental "B" 1 11

It's hoped the event, which I
_ tails both getting 4-0 wins ComfairJax "A" vi Marines tational affair, the fee will be
will have a field of 160 seeking
Grocerrvi DI.pen.aryHoly
ion at the Mainside Lanes. $10 for each person. There will 'Volleyball League
Rolled vi Cherry Pickers prizes, will become an annual
Fencers downed the Fowls be team competition'In this
Wednesday, Sept. 27 no
occasion for NAS Jax. It will
he Hi Balls tripped the Odd 1730 event. Slated To Start
afford the opportunity for many
Highest of the weeka WAR vi Raiders
game 'THE ENTRY LIST will auto-
Alley Kati vi A/C Mainf. outstanding civilian golfers to be
; 183 by Jean Carter. Waves "A" vi Butchers seen in action here.A matically close when 160 per- In Early OctoberThe
J 2000Administration PROAM'WILL sons have entered the tourney.
t \ be held Oct.
( Mainside volleyball Lea-
vi Cougar Blanks are available at the NAS
tazilians To Visit Disbursing "A" vi Supply "A" 14 with a 36-hole medal play affair gue is due to start action the
NARTU vi MARTD carded for Oct. 15 and 16. Jax pro shop, from Comdr. W.: J.
1:9/-1: f, VP16me first week in October with at
GOLF In the Pro-Am, winning profes- Koressel, Tournament Chairman,
least ten teams seeking the
16 officers and
.) 21 end Monday, Sept. 26
personnel of the Bran Handicap League sionals will receive cash prizes or at any local golf course. crown.
Air Force will arrive 1430 with amateur members of the Some $1200 in professional line Ten units have entered the

VAP.62 vi VA-15 teams getting merchandise certificates league to date with two or three
week for training with 1500 golf equipment will be awarded
W-ll. Hospital vi A/C Maint. other possible entries sought.
P-16 will be the host FAETU vi 679th The 36-hole medal play event during the tourney's three days. Deadline for entries is tomorrow

adron. The Brazilians will TOUCH FOOTBALL will be open to all amateurs in Prizes will be given to the win- (Friday) at 1630. i

checked out on and cali- Air Maint. vi Monday VA-44 the Jacksonville area. Invitationswill ner and runner-up in each di- The Hornets of VA-44 will

ite maintenance on ASW Tuesday also be extended to numer- vision. There will be eight men have two teams in the league.
ous civilian golf clubs in the Other outfits entering are Ad-
tems. Supply vi VP-30 to a division within a flight of 16
area, and also to such military ministration, VA-15, VAP-62,
This there will be
clubs as NAS Pensacola, MCAS means 40 VP-16, ComFair Jax, 679th Air
fopular Autumnal Pastime'' Cherry Point and NAS Norfolk. prize winners out of a field of Force, VP-30 and Dispensary.

Entry fee for the Pro-Am will 160, a total of one-fourth of all Meanwhile, it was announcedthat

ursued By Grid PickersWith be $20 per team. For the Invi- contestants intramural basketball at

Mainside will start Nov. 15. En-
a' flick of salt over our shoulder and
an astute heart, '
are lN1' illl try blanks will go out to
Air News' popular football predictions "
fingers crossed, Jax iiiMry the near future.
dictors have back into the groove. "
gotten Mainside gym is scheduled to
will be forced to either cringe
Through November, readers
reopen for the season Monday,
the shocking picks from week to week or as the old saw goes, Ii'- 6i
Sept. 26. The floor surface is reported -
[f you can't join 'em, lick 'em."
We warn you, though. Don't bet any money on our say-so. to be in the finest shapeIts

>liege games perused by our "thirsty three" this week are for been in for many years following -

-pt. 23-24. The panel is composed of Sam Bowman, Air News : extensive work performed -

orts writer; Frank McCaffrey, Mainside athletic director, ande : by Public Works crews.

Jax Air New editors. b
f r r : 9_ ::lh
Garnet BOWMAN Joe Bellino, Navy's AllAmerica -
C-Army Army Army Army
ich. St.-Pitt Pitt. Mich. St. Mich. St. grid player, got a $100,000 of-

[WlanovaNavymhw'st'rnOkla. Navy Navy Navy fer to play baseball provided he

Nwstern. Okla. Nwstern. quit the Naval Academy in his

CLA-Purdue UCLA Purdue UCLA junior year. Bellino nixed the of-

ndiana-Illinois Ind. Illini nUni fer and has hopes of becoming a

enn.-Auburn Tenn.Clemson. Auburn Auburn submariner.

'lemson-. Forest Clemson Clemson ,
FSU < Quote of the Week: Casey
Fla. ,
FSUFloridaTexasMaryland Fla. .. ,. y 2 _,.__.
"'" : ---- ----y
Md. in of the
Tex. Tex. Stengel speaking spirit
BRIEFING FOR OFFICIALS The stage is set for start
en.-Ole Miss Miss. Miss. Miss. of play in the Mainside Touch Football League with 10 teams among N.Y. Yankee players, "I

-olo.BaylorJtahArizona Color. Baylor Baylor ready to answer the bell beginning Monday. Officials who will only had one player who said
Ariz. Ariz. Ariz. work the games are also ready for action. Some of them are
ND ND shown during a recent session on rules discussing matters with the Yankee uniform didn't give
Calif.-Notre Dame Cal. athletic director Frank McCaffrey, (standing) Front row (left him a lift This one said it made
[Small School Pick: to right) are H. J. Feldkoter, R. H. Baldwin and A. J. Smith. "
Furman-Tampa Tampa Furman Furman Rear, J. T. Atherion, R. D. Rabanus, S. N. Hall and B. E. Curtis. him itch.

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I ""
::1 State Song Entry By 2 AF Officers Splits LegislatureIt I ;, Classified"" "- -"' "' .. ., \ "' 'i.

'" ... ." ." -, ,. I
was rocky going in the New "
! York State Legislature for "The plugging for its adoption by the ing of "The HudsonChamplainMarch" Me Back to Old Virginny," In- (The Jax Air News is prohib-
Hudson Champlain March, Legislature.HE came as a surprise to diana's "On the Banks of the ited ..by .Defense ..Department

ARRANGED for its per- many outstaters who didn't Wabash, Far Away" and .Flor regulations from listing commercial -
written by two Air Force officers
formance in the State Assemblyby know that New York with an ida's "Old Folks at Home." advertising.Ads .
I and submitted by Ticonderoga
Grant Johnson for approvalas a 27-piece band. The assem- official tree (maple),' flowerrose THIS LAST is doubly appro- in this column are limitedto
the official state song. 'blymen loved it. They voted un- ( ), bird (the Eastern song priate; not only does the Suwannee housing, for rent and Sale,

MAJ. JOHN Hassard wrote the animously to adopt it. bird) and motto ("Exelsior!")- River wind across northern rooms, lost and found Items and

words and CWO Vernon Proc- Some days later the march gota has no song.Actually Florida but today the state is a miscellaneous such as rides

i tor the music of the march for repeat performance in the State of the 50 states only favorite for retired people. wanted and swaps in duty assign-

last year's 350th anniversary of Senate. The reaction there, after 33 have official songs, some of And what would the official ments.
the Assembly enthusiasm, cameas No ads are taken by phone,
de of Oklahoma be? You
the Henry Hudson-Samuel them popular old favorites suchas song
a shock. They voted unai- all must be submitted, personally -
r Champlain explorations. Ever mously against it. Kentucky's "My Old Ken- guessed it-with an exclamation or by mail. The Jar Air News

since, Rep. Johnson has been NEWS OF THE Albany hear- tucky Home," Virginia's "Carry point! reserves right to edit all ads.

I Deadline for ads each weekis

! Space Life Not Really Tuesday at For 1200.Stle)

Ii! Near Murray Hill 3 bdrm house.
jTfl1a' hdwd fin, vent bids, $7200, $33 per,

, New To Navy ScientistArtificial mo.after Call 1700.Mrs. Ruppenberger, EV 7-3909

Cedar Hills Eat.tes-3 bdrm house, 2
j space environment Important and figuring in all baths 41% GI Equity, $86 per mo. CallD.
) is not new to the Navy. The C. Anthony, SP 13205.
knowledge gained in provid- pre-space flight training is the for Rant
giant centrifuge in the Naval Air Venetia Terrace-cozy 2-bdrm house,
suitable environmentfor
ing a Development Center at Johns- nicely furn, elec equip, conv to schls,
men in submarines is providing NAS & Cecil Field, $100 per mo. PO
ville, Pa., a unique research tool
great assistance in 5-6398 evenings, FL 97868.
f solving problems of men liv- in the program of putting a man Conv to NAS3 bdrm house, 1837
in space and returning him to Canst Ave. SP 1.4932 after 1700.
in closed environmentin
ing a earth safely. __ Garage Apt.- scrn por, kit
space. equip, fen yd, laund rm, $62 per mo.
BEGINNING at the turn of the Since 1952 many tests have Mrs. Sheffield, EV 93146.

century with launching of the been made to determine human },T Unfurn house-3 bdrm, air cond, 5343

I first submarine, Holland, Naval reactions to the high accelerationand Kingsbury Ave. Washburn, Ext. 532 or
EV 89804.
i I deceleration and long sus-
scientists and engineers have Unfurn Apt-5 rms, kit equip, 1145
dealt with the problem of sealed stained low .accelerations to be Talbot Ave. Mary Winters, Ext. 382 or

submarines operating under the encountered in space flight. EV 83597.
These are all the highly im- __ 1-bdrm furn apt close to bus & shp
and with confined envir-
sea, a cen, 2704 Green St. Mrs. Mattie Smith,
onment similar to that which portant preliminaries to space EV '74408.

will be encountered in traveling flight itself. There is another .r.rryy'q's0f____________ lake Shore Blvd-on waterfront, spa
important phase, though. When w"n. 6-rm house, suit for couple or 2 peoplecan
outside the earth's .
atmosphere.Some VOTING DAY NEARS-Williams Butler AA, of NAS Jax
the first manned vehicle share, near NAS, $95 per mo. Louis
of the needs of both the space X.2 Division, picks up absentee voting material from Lt. (Jg) Kwontler, EO 8-1436.
modern nuclear-powered sub- returns to earth, it'll need a large Jeannette Green, NAS Jax Voting Officer, while Barney Price Sell or Exchange rm frame houseIn

marine, such as Skipjack, and landing area- the ocean- and YNC, voting chief looks on. All NAS people can pick up their Southside Jax with property of comparable -
Naval chips will be there to recover post card applications for absentee ballots at Career Educationand value at Corpus Christi!, Tex.
modern space vehicles are com- Information Branch, topside Bldg. 955. Duval County hdwd
it.CCUF. Ig scrn por, fireplace, spa rms,
mon. The experience of the Navyin registration office is open Monday through Friday, 0830 to 1700. firs, new decor, 5 min from town, ven

these areas is being appliedin _Last day to register_ in Florida is October 8. bids. Forrest Cornell, Fl 93858.
u Avail Now-unfurn house, bdrm, liv
perfecting favorable conditions
DriveContinued Five New Veterans Laws rm, kit equip, Ig kit, por rm, scrn front
for men who will travel in space. por, Ig yd, 2 mi from NAS, $50 per mo,
In the field of bioastronautics, ( from Page 1) see between 08001300. Call SP Ml42.

the Navy's full pressure space military and civilian personnelin Described By VA Office This 'n' That
suit is leading the way to space such efforts. W.nted-rld. or share car pool, 0800-
1630, Cassat & Post Sts. Call Thiel, Ext.
flight. The National Aeronauticsand "Like the cost of living, the ''B. J. Gannon, officer-in-
I 8177 EV 74587.
to child or
surance on
cost of charity goes up. When Jacksonville VA any
Space Administration has charge of the Riders W.nted-Lek. Shore, CedarHills
the death of more than one
chosen this suit for use by man the Navy moves into a com- Office today called attentionof
I parent in the same parental line Wesconnett, 0730.1600, via CollinsRd.
munity it inherits certain obli-
in his first space flight Florida veterans and their
Call EV 77116.
following date of the law (June
OTHER DEVELOPMENTS include gations as, well as privileges and dependents to the followingfive 8 1960.) Riders Wanted-Cedar Hills Estates or
a Mercury capsule being we should be ever mindful of public laws enacted re- ,
Timuquana Rd. to NAS, 07001530. Ext.
5. P. L: 86-497 ,authorizes wai-
placed in the Navy Air Crew our duties as citizens", he said. cently by Congress and ap- 8392 or SP 1.4932 after 1700 or wk-
ROBERT L. FEAGIN and Luke ver premium payment to be
Equipment Laboratory's large proved by the president. ends.
low-pressure chamber. Here, un- Sadler, president and campaign 1. P. L. 86-490 provides thatif granted, upon application, to totally Duty Swap-with any SK2 In Jax area
disabled WWII and Korean
der simulated orbital conditions, chairman of the CC-UF Drive, a veteran submits proof of dependents for duty at NS Charleston, S.C. Ivyl DeCamp -

the astronaut will perform manyof respectively, also addressed the within 60 days of notice Conflict veterans, who became SK2, SP 15904.Ride .
I disabled in line of
group, which included commanding that the evaluation of his serv- totally duty Wanted-from Starke, Flawork
the operations required during after making application for insurance -
officers of participating ac- ice-connected disability is increased hrs 0745.1515, will take turns using car
actual space flight. and prior to the date
tivities. to 50 percent or more, if desired. Call Furillo, Ext. 8238, VA-
.eye Keymen in their personal ap- the additional compensation for the insurance became effective. 44 Admin Office.

ff proach are emphasizing pledge dependents will be paid from

i aspects of the drive. Personnelcan date of evaluation instead of the
give cash donations if they date proof was received by the

choose, but can also pledge and VA, as the previous law re-

pay for their pledges on a semi- quired.

Y'r/Y { r',f annually, quarterly or monthly 2. P. L. 86.491 makes uniform i2;.
basis. marriage requirements for wid- ,

Military and civilian personnelof ows entitled to death benefits
some 20 Navy activities in'the under either death compensationor

,r .. f r5 kFcht ;o od Y.o area are participating. No over- dependency and indemnity
all goal has been set for the compensation.?

Navy, but a quota of $95,856 has
For death compensation, it extends -
been announced for the Federal
from 10 to 15 years the
sy Division, of 'which the is
time limit within which the wid-

the largest member. ow must have married a veteran : :I

who later died from a service-

Two New Chiefs connected cause following ter-

(Continued from Page 1)) mination of the period of serv-

least one year. Those interestedin ice in which he sustained the {

the commissioned officer pro- disability. '

v Yx4'd gram for MSC should contact 3. P. L. 86.494 provides that

K va'f 4 k 0 rs, CI&E Branch, Building 955, before survivors of certain Navy enlisted -

: :* Oct. 1.PARTICIPATING. men, who died as a resultof "'..''"'u''as'a---''..x:._''''-........------....-............--,,, ? ? ,-- '
yp tp in the seven- aviation accidents betweenOct. ACCELERATED STOPOVER The Navy's famed Blue"

week indoctrination course to 8, 1940, and Aug. 3, 1942, Angels made an unscheduled overnight stop here last week
commence this January at New- while training to become avia- when they left their Pensacola home base a day early to go on
a tour to Martinsburg, Pa., and Wilmington and Cherry Point,
ALLGROWNtiP-=Former port with Dupes will' be Roy tion cadets may apply for $10,000 N.C. The "Angels" departed from home early because of the

child star Luana Patten is Reim Jr. HMC. gratuitous National Service Life threat to Pensacola of high winds and rain from Hurricane
showing a lovely grownup form Reim was promoted from HM1' Insurance less the amount of Ethel. The famous flight demonstration team is due to appearat
to the camera's eye now. For to HMC at the Naval Hospitaland government insurance in force. NAS Jax Oct. 16 in conjunction with the Station's 20th anni-
those who doubt, Miss Pattenis versary celebration. Members are, from left. Marine Capt. Doug
on display in MGM't adult also passed the test for en- 4. P. L. 86-495 prohibits pay- McCaughey, Comdr. Zeb Knott team leader Lt. Bill Rennie
drama "Home From the Hill." sign. ment of benefits other than in- Lcdr. Ken Wallace and Lt. Chuck Elliot.Page .