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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 29, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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! Marine NCO Proposals Put Under Scrutiny By HQMC'


I Marine Corps career person-
nel are standing by these days some idea of the possible new ON MEDICAL Care, the symposium to retrain in other fields if their proficiency pay now being paid

waiting word from Headquarterson rulings, If any are made. delegates have suggestedthat promotion chances are limited in some members of the Marine

results of the annual study One NCO Symposium propo- the Navy Medical Dept. be their present MOS. Corps, as all other services, is

currently being held on recom- sal now under scrutiny by HQ- asked to maintain facilities to ALSO OFFERED that a quart- not popular. The symposium offered -

mendations made at the NCO MC includes that ribbons and fill prescriptions made by civil- erly allowance be recommendedby that pro pay be discontin-

Symposium held at Camp Pend- ribbon bars be placed in the ian doctors in cases where the HQMC based on rank, regard-

leton in August. supply system, and that easily patient has been referred to a less of number of dependents, ued.OTHER TOP recommendationsbeing

THE JAX AIR News has received cleaned, colorfast, durable ma- civilian doctor by medical' de- with a substantial increase between studied include: that the

a summary of the top terial be used.Another partment authorities, or where sergeant and staff ser- College Degree Program be expanded -

recommendations (a total of 41 regarding uniforms is the civilian is consulted in an geant. to include eligible staff
green uniforms without belt and NCOs that legislation be intro-
were made at the symposium) ;
with simulated large pockets be emergency., On the subject of pay and allowances -
duced to extend the period of
and wishes to list them so Ma- adopted as the standard year- It has also been suggested that the symposium came government assistance to vete-

rine Corps members will have round uniforms. personnel be given the chance up with the fact that perhaps rans attending college beyond

January 1965; that Marines who

do not intend to reenlist be required -

to take unused leave

prior to separation, and that the
duration of the ChristmasNewYear's

H AX leave period be extended.No .

definite word is out on

when Headquarters expects to-

end its study on the 41 recom-

___ mendations nor is their much

hint of which, if any, HQMC is
Vol. 18 No. 30 JAX AIR NEWS 29 September 1960 inclined to okay.

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Good ((-UF



Navy activities in the Jacksonville area are off and

running in efforts to chalk up an early success in the Com-

munity Chest-United Fund Drive, with no less than seven

sub-units already over the top as of Tuesday.
Wth the drive among Navy ac
the top" contributions are Car-
tivities just a little over a week
rier Air Group One at NAS Cecil
old, the early reports are en-
couraging, say campaign officials. Field, Naval Reserve Training
: ::2
Center and the Navy Area Audit
However, they point out, thereis
carrier USS
Office. They Join the
still a long way to go andkeymen

._ .. .. .. .. .,...... ... have their work cut out Roosevelt, Navy Recruiting Office '
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and the staffs of Comfair
IT'S A HAPPY DAY Not giving a thought to superstitions for them in personally ,
the 13 new chief petty officers picture above receive ing each individual as Jax and ComNabSix, who earlier
VP-5 Mad Foxes promotion certificates from Comdr. Robert Nelson, NAS Jax possible. approaCh-I had reported attaining their
executive officer, (left) during a ceremony last week. Front row, quotas.
left to right, are W. W. Kirtley AMCA; Tommy Davis, ADCA LATEST TO Emphasis is being placed on
Fly Trips EqualTo Billy Hood, ADCA D. R. Howland. AOCA Wilburn Wester .
HMCA, and Robert Jeffcoat ADCA. Rear H. H. Hochwarth the attractive pledge aspects ofthe
ArCA; M. B. Kyser ADCA Lawrence Clark, AOCA; Grover World Communion 'I drive. It is being pointedout
Visit To MoonWant Scarborough TMCA, Marvin Taylor AOCA F. X. Carr, AMCA. that personnel need not worry
and J. L. Yocklovich, AOCA.Brazilian Observance Slated about not having cash to donate.It .
to take a trip to the
World Wide Communion is to and
pledge
[ possible pay
moon . safely? If so, you
ASW Group Sunday will be observed at All for the pledges on a semi-annual,
might be wise to join Patrol :
Saints' Protestant Chapel this quarterly or monthly basis. Or
Squadron 5, home-based at NAS
Sunday. the individual can contribute in

Jax.You won't have to actually go Training At FA W-ll Holy Communion will be cash if he chooses.
offered at all services. Chap- THE COMMUNITY Chest-Uni-
to the but chances are
moon you
lain Keyser will officiate at (Pleas turn to Page 6, Col. 5))
will at least cover the equivalent Ten officers and 20 enlisted men of the Brazilian Air the 0830 service with Chap-

distance while with the busy Force arrived Sunday for two weeks of intensive refresher lains Beatty, Hammond and

patrol, squadron.In training in antisubmarine warfare with squadrons- of Fleet Kopp presiding at the 0930 Beans Order
the past five years, VP-5 Air Wing 11.ComFairWing.
service.
'has logged over 46,000 accident 11 has been selected -I submarines which are invaluablein
Officiating at the 1100 serv- Of For
free hours. At average speeds, as the major command in training crew members. Day
ice will be Chaplains Bryant,
this amounts to 8,280,000 nauti- Naval Air' Force, Atlantic Fleetto Another Very useful aid in the
Wolfe and Perry.
cal miles or 17 round trips to provide this training becauseof (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1)) Soup ContestIt's

the moon. its long recognized proficiency
Tl e Jax-based submarine and I sadership in antisubmarine beans we want. Beans in
"hunters have been temporarily operations. soup, that is. At least, we want

stationed at airfields from Puerto SINCE THE Brazilians will be recipes for beans in soup. Navy

Rico to Greenland and as far flying the same type of aircraftas beans, of course.
The call is out for recipes for
east as the island of Crete dur- units of the Wing (P2V
ing the past half decade. It has "Neptunes") they will have an Navy Bean Soup for entry in

operated in temperatures rang- opportunity to observe and check the third annual contest spon-

ing from 40 below zero to 120 out with regular Navy P2V sored by the Memphis (Tenn.)

degrees above. squadrons. Commercial Appeal, with sup-

Their many tasks have included Supporting the ComFairWing port of the Chief of Naval Air

ice reconnaissance in.the nor- Technical Training.
11 Staff in carrying out projected ..
thern latitudes and missile chas- training for the visiting Brazil- (:i.} The contest is held each yearn

ing near the Equator, in addit- ians will be the Wing's own Pa- idr connection with Navy Day
ion to many hours of antissub- activities at NAS Memphis.
trol Squadrons, 16, 18 and 30.
marine warfare training. Navy cooks, in commissary
VP-16 has been assigned as host
All this has not gone unrecog- squads )n. ratings or out, should don their

nized, either. The unit has cop- Durt ig their two weeks at NAS F chef's hats now and get startedin

ped three CNO Safety Awards, Jax, it is expected that the Bra- perfecting their bean soup
'four Safety Citations from the zilians will utilize all available r r -- t 1V\\ recipes. The contest is open to

Commander Naval Air Force, modern training aids such as: __ .$i is-____m._________ --- ,--. all members of the military,
Atlantic Fleet, one Atlantic Fleet The P2V aircraft operational "I'LL PICK UP THE MAIL-That is, when I get back from their dependents and civilian em-
Battle Efficiency Pennant, and flight trainer by which pilotscan fishing" could be the word of K. R. Kilpalrick. ADI as he's ployees on military installations.
numerous commendations and safely duplicate all conceiv- piped over the side from VA-15 on his way home to Marble. Contest rules call for recipes,
N. C. and the Fleet Reserve. Kilpatrick completed 20 years
"well dones" from higher com- able flight and emergency con- service by holding personnel inspection with the VA-15 skipper for six servings, to be submittedby
mands. ditions on the ground. Comdr. J. Patterson Jr. Side boys for the "pipe out" are, (clock. Oct. 10 direct to the Chief of
The squadron is currently deployed AVAILABLE ARE devices for wise from left front) R. R. Cox. AMI R. G. Brooks AO1 G. L. Naval Air Technical Training,
Jones, AE1 H. N. Mills PHil W. J. Powers. ATI R. C. Cowan. Public Information Office, NAS
in the Mediterraneanarea. simulating actual methods used
AO1 J. A. Kalienback. ADI, and D. E. Bennett. AK1, all of
for the detection of submerged VA-15. Memphis 75, Conn.



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dO ){ awufs- Deadline Dates For Election Registration-I



HAS, I.m.-vm. Are Shown Varvinq From

Cipf. Jim. .. toady
Comdr. Robert Netsort Commanding OffIcer Before too many more weeks are finished, hundreds of
tctcutlve: Officer 95 percent; Italy, with 93.8 per-
NAB llxj Pl.et Nt Ia.me thousands of Americans will probably become as voteless as
lear Adm. KennetH Craig cent, and France, Turkey, West
Commander the people of an enslaved country.
I
Capi Griyiton H. Weber Germany Greece, Indonesia
__ ChIef of Staff, Fairies ,
Cap N.Iwo M. ....d Chief of Staff NAB Six They will become voteless be- In 1956, last year of a presi- Israel, Denmark and Korea, which

Capt. R.nfro Turner, Jf. Flees Air WIlt, fevt_ Commander cause they in accordance will have with failed lawsof to I I dential election, there were 10V all scored between 80 and 89 per-

Capt. Murlln W. Alley register 743,000 citizens in this nation of
Chief Staff Office live.
in which they cent.What
states
Naval Air Technical Traiabif" Unit the voting age. Only 62,027,000 votes makes this sorry U. S.
Capt. Robert J. will neglect to take a
Fleming Or they
Commanding Officer were counted, a percentage of voting record particularly distur-
Comdr Marion K. Smith.. and to the pollson
__ Executive Officer few minutes go .
Americans
bing to thoughtful is
Naval ttotplral, Election or, if away from 60.4.A
Capt. William.L trv.1rMn Commending Officer Day, SORRY CONTRAST with that, in spite of every effortto
Capt. John a fedtt __ Executive Officer their legal residence on this day, other countries which hoJd elec- get out the vote in 1956, the
will fail to apply beforehand for
Capt. P. H. Holt NAKTU tions, such as Austria, with' its percentage showing was worse
ballot.
Officer absentee
Commending
Comdr. William an than in 1952.
M. Wilier
__ Executive Officer MOST STATES require that, -/ NATTU.
For persons planning to regis-
Printed commercially with I be entitled to a ballot, a citi-
fund to
on-epproprtated
I In Jacksonville, Florid at no
in Duval
ter to vote County the
expense to the government end In compliant/ : with NAVEXOS MS Rev. July Wt zen must be registered. And this ,
Distributed r J free of charge to mlllt,nr and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville: registration deadline varies in voting office in the County Courthouse -
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air will be open evenings on
Reserve Training UnH and the U. S. Naval Hoapltal. every state.A Oct. 4 and 6 from 1800 to 2100

.l. Service Information Officer _-- Comdr. Alex N. Welnnla Jr. majority of states say you and on Saturdays, Oct. 1 and 8,
Assistant Service: Information Officer Andrew H. must be registered by a certain
Fhnty
from 0830 to 1700.
Editor-Gordon. Robbie Feature Editor-Mae Spencer, J01; Staff Reportera-Sandy date which falls sometimes within -
Martinson, JOSN, Sam Bowman, SN. Photogrepher-Roscoe Carter, PH3. one month before election day. Following are voting registration -
The Jex Air Newi la a member of the Armed deadlines for all states:
Forces
Pratt Service. Material On the other hand, some states
appearing In this publication/ can be reprinted providing credit It given. Photographs, deadline Alabama.................... 10 days before elec.
wiles otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photograph have no registration Alaska..................... No deadline.
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone while in Mississippi it's too late AO School Honor class for the Arizona:................... Nov. 3.
8164, 656, 272 or 216. extensions already. Arkansas*.................. No deadline.
third week in a row is Class C.lifornl.'....uuuuuu. N... rI..r1I1".
," ? F$Epf.$:; 3.. Y9Sie+ t9!!uKfez }::,{, 6033. J. V. Miraglia, AN, leads Colorado i -*.::::::::::::::::. Nov.-5.-""-'

Freedom Red the way among individuals witha connecticut................. No deadline.
Delaware.................... Oct. 8.
:' mark of 94. Florida........................ Oct. 8.
Threat ThemeOf IC# AE School-Class 6017 gruad- GeorgIa...."............... No deadline.
uated last Friday with honorman Hawaii........................ Oct. 12.
>: awards going to N. G. Idaho....................... Nov. 3.
<. Manning
Book List S..S P ,, Illinois....................._ Reg. not needed.
with a score of 81.75, and B. W. Indiana'.........,.......... Oct. 9.
Washington (AFPS-To) pro- 4 1 Kingery, AEM3, with 86.54. Iowa.......................... No deadline.
mote a better Phase I says goodbye to R. J. Kansas..!.................... Reg. not needed.
understanding of Kentucky...... ............ Oct. 28.
democracy and of the threat of Bean, AE1, a former instructorof Louisiana................... Oct. 8.
communism, a selected list of the Phase, who retired last Maine .................... No deadline.
paperback books has been recommended week. Phase I's volunteer for Maryland................ Nov. 3.
Leadership School training is A. Massachusetts......... No deadline.
.
for
reading for ser- Michigan................... Nov. 5.
vice personnel. M. Blevvins, AEC. I Minnesota................ No deadline.
Cooperating in promoting this rr' ,/ : CWO R. E. Hirte has arrived Mississippi.....,......... Deadline past.
project are the Foundation for f'. '...... :.' J at Phase III. O. L. Williams, .1 Reg. not needed.

Religious Action in the Social : ; )1 AEC, will transfer from AE Montana................... Sept. 24.

L- I ...... ..........
and Civil Order (FRASCO) and School and Phase V on Oct., 51 Nebraika Deadline, past t d''
the Office of Armed L I to join Nevada.......,".......... Nov. 3.
Forces Information a helicopter unit at the
: .......
and Education.In Naval Air Mobile Training Groupat I New Hampshire No deadline.

NAS ; New Jersey............... Reg. not needed.
regard to the books chosen, Memphis, Tenn.R. .
Dr. New Mexico.............. No deadline.
Charles W. Lowry, presidentof L. Oliver
AEC, of Phase New York............... Oct. 27.
FRASCO, says: VII, graduated from the Pensa-
North Carolina........ No deadline.
"These books were not pickedat
cola Leadership School recently. North Dakota............ Reg. not needed.

random. A committee composed NEW NAVY LEAGUE CHAPTER 'Latest addition to the Graduating from the NATTU OhIo.......................... Reg. not needed.
of top-flight educators, librarians ranks of Navy League chapters is the Beaches Council Chapterat Jax Leadership School the same Oklahoma................. Reg. not needed.

publishers and religious Atlantic Mayport which was chartered during a ceremony at the day was E. E. Ellis, AEC, also Oregon.....................No deadline.
leaders, with specialists of the Beach Hotel last week. John L. Conner, (center). Na- of Phase VII.
Armed Forces tional Vice.President of the Navy League of the U.S. and a Pennsylvania............. Reg.not needed.
J
scoured the member of the executive committee of the League, presents Marine Liaison Office Pfc. Rhode Island' ............ Reg. not needed.
market for paperback books charter to Gerry Adams president of the Beaches-Mayport J. B. Shaddix was second high South Carolina.......... Oct. 8.

dealing effectively with democ- Chapter. Conner is president of the Southern Federal Savingsand man in Class 6021 at AO School, South Dakota........... Oct. 18. *
and Loan Association in Atlanta Ga.. and holds 20 honor-
racy after much communism, and only ary military commissions as colonel and admiral some in various which graduated Sept. 21. His Tennessee................ Oct. 9.

study selected those states from Kentucky to Texas. From left are Capt. James R. final average was 86.53. Texas........................ No registration.

they felt would offer broad cov- Reedy, NAS Jax commanding officer: Lester Foley, state presi- Utah......................... No deadline.
erage in a form appealing to var- dent of the Navy League: Conner Adams, and Admiral Ken- Vermont.................... No deadline.
ious neth Craig, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville and Commander
levels of, readers. Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District. FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION Virginia...................... Reg. not needed.
*
Service representatives assist- Washington............. No deadline.W. .

ing the committee included Dr. Virginia............". Oct. 28
Stephen T. Possony, George- Vote Protects Freedom This is the last I week to get Wisconsin.................. Reg. not needed.

town University professor and tickets to the Shipwreck Dance Wyoming................. No deadline.
special advisor to the Air Force; scheduled for Oct. 8 from 2100 *Registration automatic when ballot

Col. William E. Kintner of the When Majority RulesBoth to 01CO at the Riverside Lions application Is received.

Army's Special Warfare Div., Club at 1240 S. McDuff Ave.
by tradition and regulation, members of the Armed Forceson
and Col. John O. Weaver, chiefof There will be a limit on
active duty do not engage in political campaigns, but in common number
the Information
Army's Troop of tickets sold in order to
with all other citizens they have the privilege of voting.
reserve enough space for danc-
Div.The paperback collection includes Three out of every four men and women in the service today are ing. Tickets are three dollars

the following: Animal of voting age. But not even that high a ratio of eligible military donation per couple and are
voters bothers to cast his or her ballot. available from the
Farm, George Orwell; Basic board of di-
American Documents, George B. SO I DON'T VOTE, WHAT harm is there in that?" a serviceman rectors.

de Huzar and Henry and Arthur might ask. Well, there's a good deal of harm to the country The dance is being sponsored

Littlefield, editors; Communismand when any citizen fails to exercise this inalienable right. by the Ladies Auxiliary Unit ;.. .:; yJ

Christ by Dr. Lowry; Com- Were only a few people to vote, the U.S. government would not 126 of FRA. The Unit has slated

munism and Christianity, MartinC. be representative of the majority. If only a slim majority went to a meeting of its board of direc-

D'Arcy; The Communist Con- the polls, minority opinion could determine the election's utcome tors for Wednesday, Oct. 5, at l 5 '

spiracy: Strategy and Tactics of and the government still be unrepresentative.Case 1930 at the meeting hall, 4530 t 5 ?" i Q.Jam..

World Communism: Darkness at after case can be cited in which a person's individual liber 120th St. in Yukon. S

Noon. Arthur Koestler; The : ties have been lost because the majority of the citizens ignored their Richard McMullen, Americanism -

Democratic Way of Life, T. V. balloting responsibilities.In chairman of Branch 126, announces -

Smith and Eduard C. Lindeman. most countries that have experienced dictatorial forms of a new project, that off

Also: Democracy in America, government, the dictators came in to power not by the will o procuring the new 50-star flag

Alex de Tocqueville; The God majorities but with the support of aggressive minorities aided by. for home use, complete with six-

Thai Failed, Richard Crossman, the indifference of the majority. foot pole and bracket and storage -

editor; Lenin, David Chub; Masters IN THE SOVIET UNION, the Communist Party, when it seized box. Flags can be obtained

of Deceit, J. Edgar Hoover; power, represented only a small fraction of the Russian' people.I at cost at nny branch meeting. __ _'__m_._____.
Modem China, David Nelson Mussolini's Fascists in Italy numbered only a handful when they. Following members BURNING BRIGHT-Eliza-
of Branch beth
Rowe; The New Class, Milovan marched on Rome.A I. 126 are in the Taylor plays another sul-
Naval Hospital: try role as Gloria Wandrous,
Djilas; Primer on Communism, citizen who fails to use his vote is like a combat soldier who H. G. Johnron and John Anderson. author John O'hara'g Manhat-

The Anti-Defamation League. fails to use his weapon. Let's plan to vote Nov. 8. tan play girl in the movie,
"Butterfield 8."



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For Sale Mi' Backbone Of NATTUThe
Near Murray Hill-3 bdrm house, hd- _
wd fin, yen bids, $7200, $33 per mo. operational backbone of any service school is the
Mn. Rupperiberger, EV 7.3909 after
Facilities Division known
1700. Training .more commonly as

Cedar Hilli-3 bdrm house, 2 bath, TraFac.The .
hdwd firs, Fla. rm. util! rm, carport, Ig job of TraFac is to supplythe necessary manuals and publica-
cor It. It. John Waihchyilon, SP 10999. various schools with manuals, tions necessary to carry out their

Lake Shore-3 bdrm home, elec kit, tile training aids, and publications. programs.

954 bath,or terms EV, 8-3226.brick, Michael George, Ext. UNDER SUPERVISION of This involves the task of ordering -

By Owner-3 bdrm house, 2 bath, tep. Lcdr. R. E. Miles and his assist- and distributing publications

din. rm, den, icrn por, fen. Idscpd yd, ant, Lt.jg) J. S. Porter, TraFac front the Bureau of Naval Weapons -
4J%. Lawrence Audet, EV 87577. Division at NATTUnit provides and Bureau of Naval Per-
Murray Hill-2 bdrm house, hdwd fin, sonnel.
services for the schools of the
Ig tern por, cony to tchlt, churches &
shp cen, Ig lot, owner transf. $750 command and various other Na- THE LIBRARY has on hand,

Equity & assume mtg, rea. mo pymts. val Air Training Commands in for the use of all military per-

Harmon 1700. EL 5-2564 or EV 8-3906 after this area. sonnel, commercial books, man-

Cedar Hills Estates-3 bdrm house, 2 One of the most important unitsof uals, periodicals, and even forms

bath, 4J% GI Equity, $86 per mo. D. C. the TraFac Division is the for flight plans.In .

Anthony, SP 1-3205. Technical Library. Primary mis- order to keep up with the
1958 Mobile Home-10' x 44,' 2 bdrm,
sion of the Tech Library is to latest
liv rm, kit, bath & shwr. 10 x 40' alum k. publications, the library
awn. can be bought with mobile homeor keep the schools supplied with personnel, under the supervisionof

sep. EV 91183. Miss Patricia Crosby, must remain -
Sell or exchange-6 rm house, South- alert for all changes in the
20-Year Pins
side Jax, with prop of comparable valueIn FIRST OF ITS KIND-The men pictured above recently Navy involving the
Corpus Christ!, Tex. Lg scrn por, completed the ASW replacement pilot syllabus while attachedto training com-
fireplace, spa rms, hdwd firs, new decor, VP30. They compose the first clan to complete the 105 odd Given Three mands.
5 min from town, ven. I bldi. Forrest hours of familiarization instrument, navigation and tactical Another important unit of Tra-
Cornell, FL 93858. flight training and 165 hours of ground school making up the Fac is the Art Shop. Robert Phil-
lake Shore Blvd.-waterfront, spa 6-rm, course. Members of the class are, front row, (from left) Ensign At O&R ]
suit for couple or 2 people can share, Larry Niebanck and Ltjg( ) Daniel Bellay. Rear Lt. Douglas Dept. lips is in charge of the Shop.
near NAS, $95 per mo. Louis Kwontler, Briggs Lcdr. Douglas Washburn and Lt. Merle Stewart. Lcdr. Here training aids are created
CO 81486. Washburn now goes to VP.16 and Lt. Stewart to VP18. The The month of September and produced. These training aids

For Rent others will report to squadrons at NAS Brunswick, Me., and brought milestones to three NAS must meet certain technical, vis-
Gar Apt-unfurn, scrn por, kit equip, NAS Norfolk.Plans. Jax O&R Dept. employees.
ual and educational standards for
fen yd, laund rm, $62 per mo. Mrs.
Sheffield, EV 93146. James Knight, Ralph Tomp- use in the schools.

Lake Shore-3 bdrm house, unfurn, For Retirement kins and James Erwin were recently The Art Shop prepares all posters -
kit equip opt, gar & wash rm with storerm awarded the Navy's an-
attach, near schls, $90 per mo, avail charts; graphs, and sche-
Oct. 1. EV 95954. chor-type 20-year pins for long matics used in the schools. In

Windy Hill-3 bdrm house unfurn, tile Should Be Made EarlyMajor and faithful service in excess of addition, the Shop originated the

bath, hdwd firs, new cond, near schls, 20 years. 'signs appearng on the Unit's
$80 per mo. Arthur Brown, RA 4-3531. he he Knight six of his 20
John S. knows what wants to do when spent buildings.All .
Furn. Apt-bdrm, prl bath, $75
mo, cl to NAS. Mrs. Beulah Mae Oakley per, retires and, by the time he retires, he will have spent 15 years ,in the Navy and the remaining multilith and mimeographwork

SP 1.1106. years preparing for his chosen vocation. Always interestedin 14 years employed at such as the Plan of the Day
Cedar Hills-working woman will rent photography, he enrolled in a course to learn the chemis NAS Jax. One year in the Army are also handled by the Art
Ig bdrm & bath, kit prl, to single work. Shop.
field.As Air and 19
try and mathematics of the Corps years employed -
Ing woman or married working couple. After the projects are designedby
a result of his preparation,' at NAS Jax accumulate 20
Call Miss Mischung Mon thru Thur after
such USAFI while the Art Shop they to
courses, as go an-
1500, SP 1.1791. the major will be almost assur- years for Tompkins. other
Efficiency Apt. clean, 2-rm, furn, ed of a job as a medical photo- still in uniform. Erwin was in the Navy for the part of TraFac known as
Training Aids Here in
adults, 2518 Herschel St. W. E. Varnadoe. Shop.
Gar Apt-3 rm, unfurn, air cond, kit grapher, his elected field. 12 years and employed at NA the carpenter, machine, or paint
equip, adults, $65. W. C. Almand, EV ON OPPOSITE side of the Launching Held -r Jax for eight years, totaling 20 shops the projects are completed.
8-0644. ledger is the serviceman who years for him. Models, mock-ups and cutawaysare
Unfurn House-4 rm, adults, no dogs,
will have
knows he to supple-
$50 per mo. Mrs. L. T. Chapman, EV For EnterpriseThe Capt. Thomas B. Haley, O&R under construction in the
ment his retired pay with out- Officer the awards shop day.ANOTHER .
92874. Enterprise, world's lar- presented to every
Trailer Spa-Ig patio, 110' x 75,' side work, but has made little, the
gest ship and first nuclear employees. UNIT of the division
fen, cony to NAS. Raymond Howe, if preparation.
comp any,
SP 12669. aircraft carrier, was christened is the Photo Shop. All photo-
Several months Leather-
Trailer- 2 bdrm, furn, on Ig lot, cony ago last week at the Newport THEIR FUTURE graphs needed by NATTUnitand
to NAS & Cecil Field, for rent Oct. 5. neck Magazine conducted a sur- News Shipbuilding and Dry- portrait shots of the graduating -
Raymond Howe, SP 12669. vey among retired Marines. One IN YOUR HANDSYou class
dock Co.Sponsor. are processed here.
Furn Cottage rms & bath, $40 per of the questions asked was "Is
of the ship certainly must be aware The TraFac Division
\ mo. Inquire at 5308 Timuquana Rd. was also hasa
work related to
1 This 'n' That your present Marine Mrs. William B. Franke, wife of the distressing need for help Film Library which is respon-
former job in the
r Riders Wanted-To III., one way, trav your of the Secretary of the Navy. for the aged, the infirm, the sible for the distribution, accounting -
Corps or was it obtained because -
Call Carter
Rt. 41, leave Wed Oct. 12. ,
The Hon. Mr. Franke and Ad- and maintenance of all
Ext. 216 or see In Bks H, Wing A. of the experience you gain- young, the desolate and the re-
Found-Key ring with min. Va. miral Arleigh A. Burke, Chiefof special devices, projectors and
Keys
ed in the Corps? tarded. Their future rests in
your
license & two auto keys & door key, Naval Operations, also training films.
Schl. during Owner Of the 250 forms returned to and compassionate hands
left at Venetia regist. spoke. capable Finally the Division has Instructor
claim by calling schl, & Identifying. the magazine, 56 per cent of an -
.may The Enterprise is now being Give your fair share to the Training Group which
the enlisted men answered the
Riders Wanted-from Lake Shore, Cedar above question in the affima- outfitted and is not expected Community Chest-United Fund each instructor must attend before -
Hills, Wesconnett, 073Q.l oo via CollinsRd. to join the fleet until taking his position in the
EV 7.7116.Thomsen. tive, saying that they found it 1961. and know that you are really schools.

I possible to apply service train- sharing.
Thus it is easy to. see that_..... the
ing and experience to their -- -- -
New E-7, present occupation.OF Training Facilities Division is an

Due Officer BarsIt THE OFFICERS that answered important Training Command.component of any

just 36 per cent were
was erroneously reportedin working in jobs related to their

the Jax Air news last week service occupations. THIS WEEK'S

that Roy Reim Jr., HMCA, of Although the percentages

the Naval Hospital was 'one of would probably vary among retired BRA INTWISTER
two men aboard the station who
personnel of other services, '" Jackson and Johnson are to
are jumping from hospital corps- it is evident that many are not paint the floor of a rectangular
man first class to chief hospital : employed in occupations that '' .
I ,;..;; hall measuring 75 feet by 180
corpsman to ensign in the Medi- correspond to their service train-

cal Service Corps. ing and experience.Two feet.How wide a strip must Jackson -
Although Reim is a new mem- general conclusions were
paint
around the outer edgeof
ber of the chief petty officer expressed by the retired person- the floor so as to leave one-

corps, he is not one of those nel polled that would apply to halt the floor's area for Johnsonto

being promoted to ensign. Paul practically all career servicemenin paint?

Thomsen also HMCA, is the Hos- all branches. of the service.
(Answer on page 4.)
pital chief who is making the According to these men, the

HMl-HMC-Ensign jump. prospective retiree should be
Displaying her wedding gifts,
James Dupes, another hospital I prepared to make additional income the bride came to one from the

corpsman first class recently up- following retirement and groom's Army buddy. "I just

ped to chief is also going up to the simplest way to do this is ......-- ...... adore these personalized gifts,"
ensign. He is attached to Dis- o take advantage of service RECEIVE ORDERS Comdr. A. L. Detweiler, (second she said. "We received towels

ease Vector Control Center.No schools and correspondence from left) commanding officer of Attack Squadron 44, congra. and wash cloths with IllS and
tulates three Hornet instructor pilots on their receiving ordersto
Husband: "You used to say test and experimental squadrons. From left are Lt. J. D. HERS on them, but," she blushed -
question about it, childrendo there was something special Yamnicky, who will go to Test Pilot Training School at Patux. "this is even more personal.

brighten up a home. Who about me which you loved." enl River in October Comdr. Detweiler Lt. P. J. Weitz, goingto And she showed an olive drab
VX-5 at China Lake, Calif. and Lt. H. J. Campbell who will
ever-saw a child under 12 turn Wife: "There was, but we've leave later this year for the British Empire Test School at blanket with the letters U S

off an electric light? spent it all." Farnsworth, England. stamped in the middle.



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Jax In ItineraryPeru Service Persons


Sought To Enter


Of Naval GroupFourteen I Letter ProgramServicemen


Peruvian Navy, Air Force and Army Officers and women are
visited NAS Jax last week as part of their orientation tour being invited to send in entriesto
being conducted in the United States. the Freedoms Foundation Let-
The Naval War College from ter Awards Program with cash
Peru is the first group from navy as an orientation group. prizes totaling $900 being offer-
Latin America to tour the U. S. Senior officer from Peru was ed.
in this manner. The party was Rear Admiral Franklin Pease Subject for this year's letter-
en route from Norfolk to Miami. Olivera of the Peruvian Navy.U. writing contest is "My Vote:
THE GROUP LEFT Lima, S. Navy officers escortingthe Freedom's Privilege." First prize
Peru Sept. 11 and visited Pana- party were Comdr. Lars will be $1,000, with runner-up
Wanggard Jr. and Lt. William receiving an award of $500.
ma, Washington, D. C., Newport,
R.I. and Norfolk before comingto Clingenpeel Sr., both with the There will be awards of $100
NAS Jax. After stopping at I Naval Mission to Peru. apiece given to the next 50 fin-

Jax, the party proceeded to Mia- ishers and awards of $50 eachto
mi. Jax Reserves Join the next 50 persons. Every
After the Miami stopover, they cash award winner will also
were to visit Key West, again National I Asso'tionA receive a George Washington

visit the Panama area and then Jacksonville chapter of the I PERUVIANS VISIT HERE-Capt. James R. Reedy, NAS Honor Medal.
i fly back to Peru. Naval Enlisted Reserve Asso- Jax commanding officer, (left) bids farewell to Rear Admiral Top winner of each service will
THIS YEAR marks the 30th Franklin Pease Olivera of the Peruvian Navy, (center) follow be invited to participate in the
ciation formed week
last
was ing a short visit here that Admiral Pease Olievra had along
I
anniversary of the Peruvian with 11 charter members joining with 13 other Peruvian Navy, Army and Air Force officer Presidential Inaugural Ceremonies -
Naval War College and 40th anniversary the group. last week. Comdr. Lars Wanggard Jr. (right) was host for the in Washington on Jan. 20.
of the U. S. Naval Mis- The organization is for the pro- group on its visit here and to other East Coast installations. The Rules for the contest are: ((1))
Peruvian officers have been the to this since
on trip country
sion to Peru but is the first .
motion and maintenance of career Sept. II. Submit an original letter no lon-
visit from a Latin American service in the Naval Reserve ger than 500 words. The letter

and Marine Corps Reserve. must be non-partisan, not for
Scuba Metros All Naval and Marine Corps I4ledE or against any candidate; ((2)
Reservists in the Jacksonvillearea i Type or print full name, rank,

'Check Out'State group.are Applications welcome to and join information this- )]! rn rP @ 00 r 1Proficiency service home address number; (3), Type military or write and

can be obtained from legibly on one side of the paper
SpringsTwo any of the charter members. pay examina- only; ((4)) Deadline for entries
They inculde: W. A. Hall- tions for pay grades E-4 and I advancement in rate are reminded is Nov. 1. All letters should be
of Florida's finest that the deadline for
crystal-
comple
mark, president; A. A. Novak, E-5 will Lc given November: mailed to Freedoms Foundation,
clear underground tion of all is Nov.
springs requirements
were
vice-president; J. F. O'Connell, 1. NAS Jax Notice 1418 of! Valley Forge,
three members of
explored by
James Sept. 13 announced names of 15.The
secretary-treasurer; Shep-
the Jax Navy ScubaMetrosclub old General Training Pa.Fa'
last week. pard, J. R. Holton, L. P. Duck, those persons eligible to participate Course for Petty Officer is no
H. Wells J. A. John in this exam.
Hogan, /
Fred sufficient for
Marshe and Howard Dan- longer military
All division officers are requested -
Cooke, W. J. McMillan and R.
iel, both of Attack Squadron 44, to review this Notice requirements. The new Military
S. Costantino.
and George Bice, Jax Weather to determine if they have any Requirements 3 & 2 and 1 & C, Ask Us
Service, made the trip to Rock questions concerning their nom- as appropriate, must be completed
Bluff Spring and to Jenny WORDS OF WISDOMDo inations. I instead.As In your opinion who do think
Springs. nothing without advice; 1 of this date, no correspondence will be the winners of the 1960
Rock Bluff Spring, just off the and when thou hast once done, ALL HANDS who exepect to courses are available for World Series? The New York
Suwannee River, reaches a deph repent not. j participate in the February 1961 the following rates. ABC, AB1, Yankees and the Pittsburg Pirates -
of 50 feet and has a small cave . Ecclesiastus 32:19.: service-wide examinations for ACC, AC1, ADC, ADI, AEC, will be the contenders.
and crystal-clear water, reports AE1, AQC, AQ1, MA2, MA3, PRC,
Marshe, spokesman for the group. PRI, SOC SOI, TDC, TD1, TD2, They both
Jenny Springs, a new springfor TD3, MN2, and MN2. have good
I PERSONNEL in these clubs, man for
rates
skin divers, has an outside
depth of 25 feet but there is a'' must complete a locally prepared man, but I'll

small entrance leading to a large !! : frql prepared end-of-course test to receive stick with the
underground cave which hits a i credit for completing the Pirates. WillieF.
depth of around 65 feet in two '. course.: This must be done before Gordon,Pub-

places, says Marshe. Ii| ", :.. the Nov. 15 deadline. Gordon lie Works Dept.

The Scuba-Metros its next meeting club is slated announces -- '' I: ; Letters From* America* Cam- I I think the Yankees are a much I

for Oct. 4 at 1930 in the Girl f /; I paign: This is a project of the better qualified ball club, man
Scout Room at the Mainside i American Council for Nationalities for man. The Yanks are a

Theatre. I I 11 : Service, launched in 1950. It more experi- r
All skin divers and anyone .G4 is part of a program to helpto enced club in

sincerely interested in scuba diving :.;$ 1 strengthen international I World Series x'
I }p \; "H friendship and goodwill.It .
are welcome to attend. All i competition.
club members are urged to attend is asked that you write each They are also
this meeting, also. rv week to at least one friend or good in the
relative overseas. Plain words, clinch and un-
(Answer to Braintwister:) written with friendliness and der pressure. L.
15 feet. Let X equal width of honesty, can have an impact no Harmon, PN1,

the strip. Then (75 minus 2X) I Lr.: $ official----statement---_ .. can. ever. equal. N A S Person- .
times ((180 minus 2X) will equal ur.atunra: : me American way I nel Office. Harmon _
half the of of life by writing about things
product 180 and 75, ------. ...................... familiar with. The Yankees
or 6,750. Solving this quadratic you are Include
FOR LONG SERVICE-ErWin Delery, (left) Classification {frL.
shapshots and
clippings in
equation, we find that X equals and Wage Specialist at the Area Wage and Classification Office letters. your will take the
15. abard NAS Jax was awarded the Navy's anchor-type lapel Don't boast about our series, there'sno
emblem for completing 20 years service. Delery, a Civil Service material advantages and high
employee for more than 13 years, has almost seven years active standards of living. doubt about
I Moody Kin l duty time with the Navy. Presenting the pin to Delery is John Avoid controversial subjects. that. That's
gery Burton Supervisory Wage and Classification Officer. when writing to someone behindthe where I am

Top AE Grads Iron Curtain. Answer all putting my
Charles Moody, AEC, of II Blood Donor Day Set For Wednesday questions and criticism from money. R. G.

Waynesville, N.C., graduatedwith Civilian Blood Donor Day is abroad frankly and honestly. Re- McLemore BT-
top honors, leading the scheduled for next Wednesday, heavy breakfast that morning.It's member, that you, too, speak for I McLemore C, NAS OOD.

recent AE "B" School gradua- Oct. 5, at the Mainside1 Dispen- suggested, in fact, that you America. That team from a certain New I
tion at the Naval Air Technical sary, Building 8. Types "A" and limit breakfast to citrus juice, I York. City is a sure thing to
toast with jelly or marmalade For more information
Unit. the
Training He now "C" are needed. on take the series.
joins VW-15 at NAS Patux- All civilian employees with and black coffee. above, or any other I&E subject, New York will
ent River. one of these types who are It's important that donors do contact the Career Informationand really throwthe iI
Top honorman of last week's eligible to donate blood are being not eat, any fatty foods or drink Education Officer at exten- Pirates. I
AE "A" School graduation was urged to do so. Hours of liquids during the four hours sion 8556 or 618. hate to
before time for which the dona- say
Berlon Kingery, AEM3 of
,
donation will be from 0830 to this as I am
Rocky Mount, Va. He is attached tion is scheduled. Etiquette lesson: Don't try to not a Yankeefan.
to NATTU, awaiting 1045. After donating, employees will make your guests feel at home. .
P. D.
further orders. Persons volunteering to donate be able to get a light snack at If they wanted to feel at home, My-
ers,
should not partake of a the Civilian Cafeteria. they would have stayed at home. Comptroller.Deputy

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HAS Entry Invitational Deadline Overhaul .& Repair Still




Set October 10 Unbeaten In Keg Chase .


Entry list for the NAS Jax

Invitational Golf Tourney is due Overhaul and Repair, only unbeaten team in Mainside

to close Oct. 10. The field for the intramural bowling play, hiked its skein to 16 straight following

local links attraction will closeon !, a forfeit win last week over Aircraft Maintenance

that date with 160 ;
prize pur- u.The led by ComFair "A" and Opera-
match the
suers in the fold. was only one
Players will be grouped into scheduled last week for the Na- tions Ordnance, both with marks
of 173. The latter held its place
flights of 16 each for the first tional League-leading O&R squad.
in the tie by defeating the Ma-
day of play, Oct. 15. The flights Continental League pacesettingSpecial
ComFair Jax
rines, 3-1, while
will be divided iato A and B Services was inactive last
"A" was besting Hospital, 3-1.
week to maintain 15-5 record.
divisions for the final day of play a
,
In other NL activity last week,
THE AMERICAN
is
Oct. 16.Preceding. League :
ComFair Jax "B" tripped Dental
the two days of the
"B," VP-18 whitewahsed VP-30,
Invitational will be a Pro-Am I "
Warriors rolled past Supply "B,
Tourney Oct. 14, featuring the IM SPORTSDOCKET FAETU "B" blanked Disbursing"B
areas top amateurs teamed
"up ," and the 679th Air Force
with professional in four-man
a
dropped the VA-44 Hawks, all
teams.
by 4-0 scores.

Chairman of the tournament a.a.b.... .v.Ils1 mmmm ..avf __ .. ........ __. .... ._ Thursday BOWLING Sept. 29 IN THE CONTINENTAL Lea-
committee, Comdr. W. J. Kores- LOOK OVER PRIZES-Persons working on plans for the 1730 Aircraft Maintenance "B"
eel, has announced makeup of NAS Jax 20lh Anniversary Invitational Golf Tournament slated VP-30 "B" vi Oper. AUW gue, "
various subcommittees. They include for the Station links Oct. 14.16 pause in their planning to gaze A/C Malnt. "B" vi Dental "B" blasted FAETU "A, 3-1; the
at some of the prizes to be offered in the event. From left are Warriors vi VP-18 Butchers banked} WAR, 4.0; the
: Lcdr. Edward Holly, head- Comdr. T. E. Greenwood chairman of the Prize Committee 2000 Alley Kats shut out the Cougars,

ing the Entertainment subcom- Comdr. W. J. Koressel, NAS Jax Tourney Committee Chairman: FAETU "B" vs 0 R 4-0 "A" dropped Waves"A
mittee; Prizes, Comdr. Cipolatand Ltjg( ) Bill Scarbrough: of the Rules and Pairings Committee: Hawks v. Supply "B" ;" Supply
Comdr. Greenwood Public- Lcdr.: Lou Gifford, also of Rules and Pairings, and Lt. P. Hugh. 679th vs Disbursing "B" 4-0; Disbursing "A" defeated -
and ; es, Tourney Announcer: and Official: Starter. Monday, Oct. 3 NARTU, 3-1, and MARTD
ity Invitations and Trea-
1730 blanked Administration, 4-0.
surer, Comdr. Koressel; Starter t Oper Ord. vs A/C Malnt. "A"
I : : ,< t In the American circuit, the
and Announcer, Lt. P. Hughes, > Po ". Grocers vi Cherry Pickers
'i'l.J: 4 t:4': ''D Holly Rollers won over the Dis-
Dental
l ComFairJax "A" "A"
Comdr. Westmoreland, and Capt. (R.t1..ti: 1ii: l: j.t t' ., ., 2000 pensary, 3-1; VA-44 Hornets
Furgensen; Pairings, Lcdr. Lou < "" :: r $>. ''*'''-?:'., w
tft--:: "rt Hornets vi Marines downed the Grocers, 3-1; Aircraft
Gifford and Ltjg( ) Bill Scar- ::' 2 7V (\m.. \.. l V Holy Roller vs Owl Hoots Maintenance "A" split with Den-
,, "J Jt'*> 1l
Hospital Dispensary
brough, and Rules, Lcdr. Gifford vi
:" "
'. Wednesday, Oct. 5 tal "A, 2-2, in the week's only:
Ltjg( ) Scarbrough and Jack
Har- 1730 tied match in all three leagues,

vey.Entry Alley Kati vs FAETU "A" and the Cherry Pickers blanked
fee for the Wives "A" Raiders
Pro-Am is vs "
Waves "B 4-0.
$20 per team while fee for the State Hunting Season Administration vs 2000 A/C Maint. "B" STANDINGS

two-day Invitational is $10 for Disbursing "A" vs Butchers American league W L

each entrant. There will be no Marsh NARTU vs Cougars ComFairJax "A" 17 3
HensFirst
On
team competition in the latter Open MARTD vi Supply "A" Opers Ord 17 3
event. GOLFThurld.y A/C Maint. "A" 15 5

phase of the 1960-61 Florida hunting season began Sept. 29 Hornets 15 5
Invitations! have
gone to vari- Dispensary 11 5
Handicap League
ous clubs and individuals in the last Friday when the season opened on marsh hens. Nimrodsin NARTU vi VA-44 ". Dental "A" 8 8

north Florida and south Georgiaarea the state will be taking a bead on the little birds along VP-18 vs VP-30 Owl Hoots 7 9

in addition with rabbits throughout the next two months. MARTD vs O & RMond.y Cherry Picker/ 7 9
to NAS Pen-
-
Hospital 8 12
Marsh hen season closes Nov. Oct. 3
sacola, MCAS Cherry Point and I as the marsh hen season. Shoot- Handicap League Grocers 8 12
NAS Norfolk. 30 while there is no closed sea- ing hours in Florida for both FAETU vs VA-15 Holy Rollers 5 15
son on rabbit in this state. Per- Hospital vs Supply Marines 1 15
birds from one-half before
sons hunting them, however, runs NARTU vi A/C Maint.W.dntld.y Wives "B" 1 19
Fencers sunrise to one-half hour after
Stay UnbeatenIn Oct. 5
must have a valid license on

EM Wives Keg Play their possesion. sunset. FAETU vs ComFairJax Scratch League NATTU GRID
of dove
THE SHOOTING
The Fencers are leading the MARSH HENS are known to be Marines vs Hospital
[Enlisted Men's Wives BowlingLeague fairly easy targets for shooters.In comes into season Oct. 15, while Touch Football ACTION STARTS
deer, turkey, geese, squirrel and Thursday
after two weeks of play. fact, so authorities say, any- quail can be taken starting Nov. Hospital vs VA-15 Intramural football at the

The loop bowls each Friday one who can airn a gun straightwill 19. Season on ducks and FridayAdministration Naval Air Technical Training

night at 1900 at the Mainside bag their share. Heavy shot coot Dec. 2 opens and on snipe and Monday vi VAP-62 Unit got into full swing last

t nes. loads are not required. woodcock on Dec. 17. Supply vi VP-18 Tuesday as the AE Blues
[High game of the week was Tuesday clashed with fellow class-
Daily bag limits are 15 marsh Hunting licenses are availableat
185 by Marge Davis and Kay FAETU vi VA-44 mates, AE Golds, in the lea-
elton recorded high series with hens plus 25 ,sora rail. Season on NAS Jax Special Services

496. the latter runs at the same time Dept. in Building 704, any week- gue The opener.two played to a' 0-0
day from 0800 to 1600. A resi-
standstill. In another early
dent license costs $7.50.
\Orange Penn GreeniesUnaninous season game, Marine Aviation

?, Detachment tripped the BB

Hospital Nurse Stackers of AO School 12-6.

\Bucks ChoicesMixed This week's schedule finds

Cops Women's6ND the AE Golds meeting Marine
reactions followed the first week of football picks for and the
Aviation Detachment
[the Jax Air News panel of pigskin buffs with remarks ranging Golf TitleMary AE Blues seeking a win over

from "I should've picked Northwestern. When my knees ached Bis nius, a veteran ladyof AO School.

(that morning I knew something was up with those Wildcats," to the links, carried home the .

"There were too many tie games. They should be played until women's championship in the

someone wins. Sixth Naval District Golf Tour- Johns Leads WayIn

For this week's choices, the "thirsty three" is joined by a guest nament held last week at NAS

picker, Bob Bier, of NAS Jax Administration. The panel registered Pensacola.The Pistol TourneyJax
Ir
i this way for last week: Editors, nine right; Bowman and McCaf- new distaff champion of '/r 4 7 Navy's pistol team still

frey, both eight right. the 6ND is a nurse at the Naval; continue's to stay among the

Games for this week: Penn-Dartmouth; Syracuse-Kansas; Hospital. She was the only player area's top shooters, capturingfour

Navy-Washington; Holy Cross-Boston U.; Iowa-Northwestern; from this area to take a first place events Sundayin

i Mich.-Mich. St.; So. Cal.-Ohio St.; Ga. Tech-Florida; Wake Forest- prize in the event and was the a match at the NAS Jax.

FSU; Auburn-Kentucky; Baylor-L S U; Arkansas-TCU; Army- only woman entrant from Jax ;' f drf. range.A. .

California; Tulane-Rice, and Small School Sleeper, JuniataGettys- I ; C. Johns, shooting in the

burg. entered. ; Master Division, took an easy

BOWMAN EDITORS MAC BIER
1st place in the 22 caliber shoot
Penn Penn Penn Penn
Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse SHAREA while teamate Earl Patton walk
Waih. Waih. Navy
Navy
B.U. H.C. H.C. B.U. person's wealth is often """,,,.ym.v..!?". S y.''r.. m. "' .w.f........;,.x.ti...:wf>.t:9rf ed off with first place honorsin

N'rthw'i'nMichigan Mich.Iowa St. N'rthw'i'nMichigan N'rthw'i'nMich.. St. measured by what he spends on TOP BOWLER-Vic --.j the 22 caliber Sharp Shooters

Ohio St. Ohio St. Ohio St. Ohio St. I himself, his greatness by whathe ski, of VA-44, displays i Class.
him wend his
which
helped
Ga. Tech Ga. Tech Ga. Tech FloridaFSU SHARES with others way:to Ihe top of the bowling Some of the best shooting of
W. Forest W. Forest FSU
Auburn Kentucky Auburn Auburn Share what you have with those pile among the Sialion's ten- the evening was done by D. D.

Arkansas Baylor Baylor TCU Arkansas LSU ArkaniaiArmy LSU who need it, through the Com- holds pin enthusiasts.a 198 average Cieplinski in intramural Allen in, the Marksman Division

Army Cal. Army munity Chest-United Fund Drive competition: and recently: as he took first place in the 22,
won the semi-finals in the I
Juniata Tulane TulaneJuniata Gettysburg Tulane Gettysburg Tulane Donate your share today. Jacksonville: BPAA Tourney. 38, and 45 caliber events.



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Former Jax New Hours Established!) At Thriving Yom KippurObservance



Chief Enjoys Airline Ticket Office'' Facility HereNew ,



hours have been established ruary, which had only 20 Mayport. It also issues travel

Brazil DutyAn for the 6ND Trans- working days, 661 commercial requests and .tickets for Set LocallyJacksonville

portation Office, it has been airlines tickets were sold while groups traveling under orders

unusual but interesting assignment announced by E. A. Tanner, Navymenmade 80 rail reser from NS Green Cove Springsand Jewish congrega-

might be the way to head of the office. vations, 771 bus reservationsand NAS Sanford. tions have planned worship ser-
describe the The Airline Ticket Office vices for the observance of Yom
present job of 42 MATS reservations.In The office .is set up mainly
Frank Vieira, U. S. Navy. will be open from 0745 to for the benefit of servicemen Kippur (Atonement Day) tomorrow -

i! A chief aviation machinist 1830 while the District Trans- July, with 21 working whether they are being trans- and Saturday. Service

mate, Vieira is assigned liaison 1 portation Travel Section will days, the office issued 533 ferred or going on leave. personnel are welcome to attend -

duties between FAW-11 and observe 0745 to 1700 hours. commercial airlines tickets; Transportation requests for the service of their choice.
137 rail tickets 844 bus tick-
flight crews of the Brazilian Air The new hours are neces- ; airlines, bus and train tick- Following observances are set:
I ets and 59 MATS reservations.The .
Force who are here for refresher sary, said Tanner, because of ets are made up and tickets CONGREGATION A h a vat h

training in antisubmarine warfare. the large increase in businessat District TransportationOffice issued for all orders at the (Reform) at St. Johns Ave. and

r; Vieira, who is home-based at the office. Also many Navy is located at the Main Transportation office. In addition Mallory St. in Riverside, Kol

!, Salvador, Bahia, Brazil, has the people can not make it to Gate, Bldg. 13. local service people going Nidre, (Friday) 1900, 2100; Sat-

distinction of being the sole ,the office during regular It serves NAS Jax' and ten- on leave or liberty can urday, 1000-1800. Yizkor Memorial -

American military man assigned working hours. ant activities, NAS Cecil Field secure airline tickets and make Service Saturday at 1600.

there. During the month of Feb- and ships home-ported at reservations for other carriers. Jewish Center Synagogue

,. Stationed in Brazil since June (Conservation) 3rd and Silver

1959, he has been performing liaison Sts., in Springfield area. Kol

duty between the BrazilianAir Postmaster Nidre (Friday), 1845 services and

Force base there and the U from 0800 to sunset Saturday.

S. Air Force Mission in Rio de Here Retires ikk : 1 6 k Yizkor Memorial Service at 1030

Janeiro under the United States Saturday.ETZ .

Military Assistance Program. 2ds 1 CHAIM Synagogue (Or-
After 45 Yrs.
,
Vieira also acts as interpreterand thodox) at 5864 Lovegrove Rd.,

translator aircraft main- in Southside. Kol Nidre
on Forty-five years of service to (Friday)
tenance problems between the service at 1800 and from 0800to
the Post Office Dept. will drawto
Brazilians and U. S. sunset with Yizkor
factory Saturday,
a close on Friday, Sept. 30 for
technical representatives.Vieira Memorial Service at
Satrday
Albert Masters. He is NAS Jax
'was assigned to duties 1100.
Postmaster. Masters came herein
at FAW-11 from August, 1956 June of 1956. Home hospitality will also be
to June, 1959.Brazilian. available for those who desireit
He first began work with the
and may be obtained by phon-
Post Office Department in 1915 r :
: ing any of the above congrega-
ASW at,the West Bay Annex. tions.

(Continued from Page 1)) The only interruption in his For this hospitality, and for

training of maintenance personnel postal service was in WWI. He L: any further information, contactone

is a complete mock-up of the enlisted in the Army in the 303 < of the following: Ahavath

various systems of the P2V Nep- Supply Branch and served in Chesed, EV 8-2673; Jewish Cen-

tune aircraft to allow all crew France for two years. ter, EL 5-8464 or Etz Chaim,

members to learn about inner "I've seen an awful lot of pro- EX 8-3495.

workings of the electrical, hy- gress in the Post Office Department -

draulic, power plant, armament since I. began work,." lAid! ..._ ..... --.- Afternoon Appointment
I and fuel systems. 'the Jax Postmaster. "One thing NEW JOB IN SIGHT Jacksonville Postmaster Huber
They are also slated to receive I for sure, the Post Office Depart- Hurst, (left) congratulates Albert Masters, NAS Jax Postmaster, Schedule Set At ClinicAn
practical on-the-job training as the latter prepares to retire after 45 years with the Post Office afternoon appointment
ment has increased the
really
Department. Floyd Brooker, (right) Jacksonville Assistant
including trouble shooting, benefits for the employees tre- Postmaster, stands by to offer his congratulations. Masters plansto schedule has been set up at the

checks, calibration and main- mendously." go into the woodworking business after his retirement, due Naval Hospital Pediatric Clinic.
tenance of installed electronic for tomorrow.'Americans. Children who require care for
"I would like everyone here to
equipment in their aircraft various chronic
un- or non-urgent
know, continued the white hair-
der supervision of U. S. Navy ed grandfather ((7 grandchildren) Are Friendly conditions will be seen on an

technicians and civilian factory is that I have enjoyed very appointment basis.

representatives. much working with the Navy. Parents desiring an appointmentfor

ACCOMPANYING the Brazil- The been Navy wonderful people to me.have" always Agree Visiting BraziliansTwo Pediatric their Clinic child at may EV call 46439on the

ians will be an American, Frank weekdays between 1000 and

Vieira, ADC, who was formerly Masters is an avid woodworker members of the Brazilian Air Force interviewed here 1200.

and is looking forward to devoting by Jax Air News were in accord on one thing-and that was Children with urgent or semi-
attached to the ComFairWing 11 full-time to this pursuit.He their enthusiastic feeling toward the United States. .... ,.. ..
conditions will continue
urgent
Staff. Vieira is now assigned to plans on doing cabinet mak- Major Joao Val, head of the I
to be treated in the mornings.
States is is
liaison duties with the of 30 and enlistedmen making really won-
Naval ing and specializing in children'sand group officers derful." Emergencies will be cared for
Mission in Brazil. dolls furniture. here for two-week refresher -
at anytime.
THE SERGEANT is an ord-
training at FAW-11 is on his
fourth trip to the U. S. nance sergeant, and has beenin I .
the Air Force for 12 years.
HE FIRST CAME to this countryfor Navy.Units
Asked to his service ,
flight training at Pensacola. compare (Continued from Page 1))
and the U. S. Navy he said,
Brazilian officers attend a Bra- ted Fund Drive is an appeal to
"There is no parallel. In
our
zilian Air Force Academy and all hands, military and civilian
do not in
country specialize
we
then a selected few receive addi- to give through the Chest in a
certain job do in
anyone as you
tional training at Pensacola. united one-time a year mannerto
the U. S. Navy. I think the
"The course is much the sameas 42 worthwhile agencies that
Navymen known their jobs more
perform outstanding services to
ours. said Major Val "but
.
we don't have that carrier train- thoroughly."Also those who need them.
our pay scale, is not
ing that the U. S. Navy has. Contributions are being based
even comparable. Even though, upon the individual's ability to
"I have always found the
we receive flight pay for flyingit "
give, or "one's fair share. No
Americans very friendly. I like would be a big sacrifice if
: overall goal has been set for the
the American very much and even possible then, for a second I
Navy, but a quota of $95,856 has
_ always enjoy coming here, con- class to buy a car." been established for the Federal
tinued the Brazilian officer.
... Division, of which the Navy is
MAJOR VAL is from Sao

Paulo, Brazil, and has been in Fifth FreedomThe a member. -

the Air Force nearly .18 years. An old
fifth Freedom is Sharing lady went to a tomb
\ The other interviewee was Sgt. stone cutter's office to order a
Yes, sharing of your wealth,
:J Farnando Azeredo of the Bra- stone for her husband's
time grave.
your and privileges with
: : zilian Air Force. This is Azere-
:
your less fortunate; neighbor is After explaining that she wantedno
yf. do's first trip to the United Sta- one of the greatest freedoms we frills, just a small stone, she

.n .ax4.N...:. ,.wc :........ ...a.......;t.,__x.vsia}.+:{aan._.._._. _.__wr2lk ___ facets tes but of he American is well aware life.of many know Give today to the told him to put" the words, "To
My Husband, in a suitable
15 YEARS SERVICE Miss lona Nelson, head librarianat Community Chest-United Fund
the NATTUnit Library in King Hall, is commended by Capt. "One of the things that im- Drive. place.

Robert J. Fleming NATTUnit commanding officer, for her 15 presses me most about the United Upon delivery, to her horror
years service, nine of which have been in her present capacity. ,
Miss Nelson has brought the library up to having the best States, he said "is education Daffynishuns: Pessimist one she saw the words,

technical groupings in this district. The library is furnished your children your children re- who expects nothing on a silver "To My Husband, In A Suit-
with best sellers, a large record collection with three record
players and a childrens corner. ceive. Also, the progress United platter except tarnish. able Place."





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