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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 1960
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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I Air Show To Feature Birthday Open House 5/4 1 1A



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spectacular air show, feat-
uring an exhibition by the famous A special added attraction will tour of duty at NAS Cecil Field. most exact, low-level formation ner with the arrival of Navy

Blue Angels, the Navy's be a flyover of old time Navy Newest Jacksonville pilot to flying ever performed. Today Secretary Hon. William B.

flight demonstration team, will aircraft. join the team is Lt. Duke Ven- the Angels fly the supersonic Franke, who will be accordedfull

be offered as a climax of the big This will be homecoming for timiglia, who flew with, VA-44 F11F-1 Tiger in maneuvers call- honors as he alights at the
two-day celebration of the 20th the Angels, who were organizedat before joining the Angels as ed the most sensational performed station at 1145 on October 14.

anniversary of the Jacksonville NAS Jax in 1946. Although public information officer in by man. FOLLOWING a luncheon in

Naval Air Station, oct. 14-15. there have been many changesin May. The air show is a main attraction his honor at the Officers' Club,

THE WORLD-FAMOUS Angels, personnel throughout the Others are Lcdr Jack Reavis of one of the most extensive the Navy Secretary will be

who will perform their fantastic years, the 1960 version of the who once flew with VP-3 here Open House programsever among the many distinguishedguests

aerial maneuvers at 1400 on Sat- Blue Angels still retains a touchof and Lcdr. Ken Wallace, formerlyof held at NAS Jax. The pro- at the dedication cere-

urday, Oct. 15, will be preceeded Jacksonville.IT'S VA-44. gram is scheduled to' begin at monies naming the flying field

by a series of demonstrationsand LEADER is Comdr. Zeb SINCE THEIR first flight, the 1000. here in honor of Admiral John

techniques by Jacksonville Knott, a former pilot with VF- Angels have thrilled an estima- The two-day affair will be Towers.

Navy aircraft. 173 and who served his first ted 35,000,000 people with the launched in an auspicious man- (Please turn to Page 6. Col. 1))

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CC-UF DRIVE DO YOUR PART


Gives Us 42 'Jtl X Register To


Worthy Shares Vote NOT. 8


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Vol. 18 No. 31 JAX AIR NEWS 6 October 1960

.... .,.," "
.'.' ';?:' ,
: Comprehensive Survey


,11:\:.i.rr? !. 4


,: ; Underway By BuWepsNAS

w Jacksonville is currently undergoing it's annual

comprehensive survey by members of a survey team from
the Bureau of .Weapons. -
The team is headed by Capt.F. THE NAVY Inspector General's
H. Brumby and is composedof Team will arrive here on Tues-

three other officers and seven day, October 18. The Inspector
civilians. General will inspect the Air Station -
following conference at
a
PURPOSE OF the survey is to
0930. The inspection will con-
help the station with any prob-
clude with luncheon in the Gen-
\ lems that may be present.In .
eral Mess.
addition, the team often
gains information and (solutions The Inspector General's Team
'., :... ::'t. I to problems from one station that will also visit Naval Station, ,
MlCN can be applied to a similar situa- Mayport and FLAGRU, Green
Itith fW( ) tion at another' command.The Cove Springs.'

HEARr.,.f.' station is also being Inspected Next week will also see the

'_-....... by a team from the arrival of a BuMed team headedby

..... ./. r.JH.,'.."J.:2. .....-- Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, Capt. G. C. Rader. This team
''' ''' p .on
Y.Y'.T will FacilI-
the Dental
WIVES HELP VP-16 TOP GOAL-Wives of members of headed by Capt. F. E. Jepson. inspect
VP-16 Joined theCC-UF Drive last week by conducting a bake ties here.
Cane Hunters sale that helped the squadron in its efforts. Mrs. Joe McCreight Last week, a Navy Exchange
(loft center) sells a fancy pecan pie to H. W. Joy AKC, while Sg f. Harvey/ Group, led by Capt. J. P. Allen,
Paul Curl. AN (far left) waits to pay for his "home baked"
Double brownies. Mrs. C. L. von Schrader (right center) passes plateof AE HonormanSgt. surveyed the Exchange activities
Play cup cakes to W. M. Robinson AD2, as Don Griffin, ATNAN here.

contemplates a purchase. J. B. Harvey of Lewis

Role LatelyThe Chapels, Tenn., came throughfor MDBS Payments Due
BIG MARCH IS ON the Marines when he took Mutual Death Benefit Society
famed storm-chasing honor student position at the
members reminded that Assessment
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squadron of the Navy's air graduation of Aviation Elec- are
arm, Airborne Early Warn- IN CC-UF DRIVEThe trician's Mate School ClassA Nos. 147 and 148 are

ing Squadron Four, is puttinga last week. now due.Payment.
concerted effort on moving big march toward the top is underway in earnest Sgt. Harvey is now due to of $2.20 total for the

from its NAS Jax home of now for Navy units participating in the current Community be transferred to MAG-26, two assessments must be made
the last half decade to new Chest-United Fund Drive with 15 sub-units reporting "over located at NCAF New River,
by the close of business on Oct.
"
permanent quarters at Roo- the toP. N. C.
sevelt Roads, Puerto Rico. Latest count shows that seven 10.

While focusing one eye on the sub-units at NAS Jax, seven so choose. ....- .. .
from and ',i tir .f. a.y :nr:}4 aa y+k'" F,$:: '. ; ? :
Contributions military
'
S Ya ,: :'f. Yy
Air Technical Train- y ; .i r1Y :
Naval
huge move of machinery and from
manpower, the Hurricane Hun- ing Unit, three from ComFairJax civilian personnel of some 18 ik4
Navy activities In the Jax area
ters are keeping an apprehensiveeye one from Fleet Air Wing 11 kits a:Py ;
the basis'of ri
are being urged on
and three miscellaneous groupsare
out for any more tropical
individual's to give.A .
the ability
included in the growing
disturbances that might occur on now g l
quota of $45,856 has been
the weather map. "over the top" ranks.
established for 'the Federal Divi-
THE CANE Hunters brought ALTHOUGH NAS Cecil Field sion, of which the Navy is a
more fame to the Navy and to did not describe its units as "over member. i

Jacksonville last month when the top," it did indicate that five [
-- -I-I %:}Y
they tracked and kept a com- departments have already sub-

plete report on Hurricane Donna. mitted outstanding reports to Saturday Last Day J "-

The tempestuous lady has been date.

considered the most destructiveand Keymen have been hard at To Register Here :.11.
vicious tropical storm ever work the past two weeks in efforts Y't
Persons who have not registered ,
1*
experienced. And this goes backto to personally approach 45
but who wish to vote in Flor- ,4 (1
and civilian individual
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1886 when the weather bureau every military .
first started keeping records. as early as possible in ida in the upcoming election have 4 KJ i.i. T' Y'yl K4"ijrY. },
until Saturday at 1700 to register.The .
Conversely, the job done by order to assure quick success to b nx:
VW-4 and by Air Force weather the Navy's drive.IT Duval County Courthouseon

experts in tracking Donna has IS BEING emphasized over East'' Bay St. will be open ,
been declared the most completein and over that personnel need' not tonight (Thursday) from 1800- ;

history by Dr. F. W. Reich- worry about not having cash on 2100, regular hours on Friday WANAi4nF .isisdadwad s0'c}; :F+ .aw:w.
elderfer, Chief, of the Weather hand to donate. It is possible to and will be open Saturday from SURVEY TEAM VISITS Capt. James R. Reedy. NAS
Bureau."IF pledge and pay for the pledgeson 0830 to 1700. -Jax commanding officer, (left) points out a Naval Air Station
DONNA HAD occurred a monthly, quarterly or.semi- After 1700 Saturday, registration facility on a map of the base while Capt. F. H. Brumby, team
chairman of Bureau of Weapons Team No. Two. and R. D.
five years ago," Dr. Reichelderfer annual basis. However, person- books will be closed I Huichins, look on. The survey team is here for a look-see at
(Plea e turn to Page 6, Col. 1) nel can contribute cash if they throughout the state of Florida. the Station and will be aboard until Oct. 18.



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to 2 J'AX' AIR NE"W' -S" October 1960 I

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-S r 1 N T U' NAS lax Signs Its First

'l
I'rnNAS Man For STAR Program,


JeckeeevU). First NAS bluejacket to reenlist under provisions of

Cept. Jima R. Reedy Commanding Officer STAR is Robert Carpenter, AQ3, of Aircraft
Comdr. Robert Nelson ._ Executive Officer \ the program
NAB Sax, Heel Air Jecktoivttle I Maintenance.
Reer Adm. Kenneth Craig -- Commander l Carpenter enlisted in the Navyin

Capt. Greyston H. Weber Chief of Staff, Fairfax September, 1956 and completed -
Capt. Nelson M. Heed _. Chief of Staff, NAB Six =
Fleet Air Wing Lime AQ School in 1957. He finished

Capt. Renfro Turner, Jr. Commander in the upper half of the class.
Capt. Murlln W. Alley Chief Staff Officer Aviation Electrician's Mate UNDER PROVISIONS of the "4.

Naval Air Technical Training Unit School Two instructors from' "Selective Training and Retention" -
Capt. Robert J. Fleming Commanding Officer
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Phase Six (M) are currently
Comdr Marion K. Smith Executive Officer program, Carpenter reen-
Naval Hospital studying at the local leadership listed for a six year tour and !I

Capt. William L Ingetman ______________ Commanding Officer school They are T. L. Bolin and received his third class petty officer -
I I Capt. John O. Feder NARTU Executive Officer R. W. Hager, both AEC. stripe.

Capt. F. H. Holt Commanding Officer The Phase has 82 trainees at Under the program, men selected .h Y'

Comdr. William M. Miller Executive Officer present, including four men of and who have served at
the Brazilian Air Force. D. W.
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida et no least one year of active duty
expense to the government end In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958. Glaeseman is currently at the may be discharged for immediate
Distributed fr. of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, Naval Air Mobile Training Detachment reenlistment for a period which

Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical I Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air in Memphis, Tenn. will give a' total combined sevenor
Reserve Training Unit end the U. S. Naval Hospital., The personnel office of AE
active service.
Service Information Officer ________ Comdr. Alex N. Mctnnla Jr.Assistant 6040 more years
Service Information Officer .__ Andrew H. Pitney' School reports that Class Those who do so will be entitled -

Editor-Gordon Robbie; Feature Editor-Mae Spencer, JOIj Staff Reporters-Sandy, convened last Monday and that to assignment to a ClassA

Martinson, JOSN; Sam Bowman, SN. Photographer-Roscoe Carter, PH3. Class 6018 graduated from the School. Those who graduatein l

The Jax Air News Is, e member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material school Friday. the half of their class : .
upper ... _... .
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs, New instructors at the schoolare will receive automatic advance- "F -
unless otherwise credited, are offldt1 U. *. Navy Photograph Rex Hill AECA, who heads FIRST-To reenlist at NAS]
ment to petyt officer third class. Jax under the Navy's new)
Editorial offices located In Roe 23- Main Administration Building. Phone extensions
for "B" School, and E. H. Sat- STAR program is Robert Car
THERE IS 'also assignment to
8164, 656, 272 or 216.IW.
tlewhite, AEC, who will teach at penter AQ3.FLEET.
Class B School for third 'and
AE School.
second class petty officers with
Welcome is extended also to
automatic advancement of cer- RESERVEASSOCIATION
C. C. Clark, SA, who will be a
tain persons on completion of
member of support personnel,
the school.
and to Pfc. James Giczkowskiand
Men who have already gradu-
Pyt. Barry Glisson, both c o r A c t rflit
ated from schools, as did Car-
t f :
/ 1fYI
future students.
;
IIIIi ; Aviation Ordnanceman's School penter, and are now designatedcareer AfiOCIAt10N

men under provisions of
-Class 6033 was honor class for
the STAR prpgram, will also
the fourth time in 'a row last
qualify for the incentives.The .
week. Honorman was R. K. Cur
is designed to
program
ry of Class 6026.
give the Navy the benefit of Branch 91 of the Fleet Reser

more obligated service from en- Association is planning to h<

.. ry.7X JET TRAILS Jisted men who received lengthy a steak dinner at the Fleet

< ; ti. technical training now requiredby serve Club, 8554 Roosevelt Bl

:. x.bY" MAY VANISH many modern weapons sys- Oct. 8 beginning at 1830. Tie

: Washington (AFPS) -Those tems. may be purchased from the|' i \

tell tale trails airmen call Men and women in non-tech- for a donation of two doHlSt%

r "contrails" may disappear 1 nical ratings may also be eligiblefor each.

from the skies as a result ofa the STAR program. Rating There will be 16-ounce T-

new development an-, status will be clarified, by Bu- steaks with all the trim % '

nounced by the Air Researchand All FRA members are inviji
Pers.A .
Development Command The Club is also planning!

EMPLOYEES HONORED The monthly coffee held by (ARDC). department store had ad- dance for Oct. 15 from 2030
NAS Jax Public Works Officer, Capt. J. Henry Etier (left) for Contrails are caused by the 0030. Tickets will be 75 cents.
department employees was held last week with three workers in condensation of hot jet gasesat vertised over a thousand hats for Next scheduled meeting
attendance. Discussing department operations with Capt. Etter sale at a dollar apiece and the
are, from left Virgil Smith, refrigeration and air conditioning high altitudes. Science has department was jammed with Branch 91 is set for Oct. 27 wit
mechanic; John Tubbs, planner and estimator, and James Steed now found a way to reduce One the Board of Directors slated
hysterical-type women.
ly, eeslimator for heavy duty equipment repair. the size of the water vapor meet Oct. 13. Anyone interests
the
finally struggled through
particles so they are no longer in joining the Branch should
mass, reached a clerk and hand-
visible from the ground. contact Carl Smith at NAS JaJ

We Have A Right But Also The water vapor from the ed In over her a other dollar.hand she held a I extension 559. Dues are eighf
is
burning jet fuel mixed dollars a
year.
hat. "Don't bother to wrap it,
with tiny dust-like particlesin e e

Vote the engine exhaust. The resultant she said, "I'll wear it." Yukon Branch 126 presiden
To
An
Obligation "But don't you want a bag
vapor trail is made up Paul Hetz reminds all member
for your old hat? asked the
of droplets too small to be that there are only a few tickets!
When President Eisenhower ran for re-election against Adlai E. seen from the ground, ARDC clerk. remaining for the Shipwreck!
"No thanks the beaming
Stevenson in 1956, national interest in the race was keen. So explained. Dance slated Saturday at the!
customer replied. "I Just sold it.
keen, in fact ,that 62,027,040 people voiced via the ballot their feel Riverside Lions Club, 1240 S.[

ings as to who should hold the nation's highest office.A McDuff Ave.Tickets .
are three dollars do-]
more impressive number, however, is 102,743,000, because it nation per couple and are avail- '

represents the people who were eligible to vote in 1956. Some unhappily able from the Board of Directors.

accurate arthmetic reveals that in 1956 more than 40 million Unit 126 of the Ladies Auxi-

people ((39.6 per cent of those eligible) didn't bother to go to liary is due to meet at 1930
Thursday, Oct. 13, at the meet-
the polls at all. x0
ing hall at 4530 120th St., in

THAT FINAL, DISTURBING statistic includes quite a few Yukon.

servicemen. And why? Because servicemen are living away from Following members of Branch
126 are in the Naval Hospital:
their legal residence and voting (by absentee ballot) becomes a little
Ward C-4, Charles Liteky; Ward

too complicated.But A-7, H. G. Johnson and John

the right to vote is the obligation to vote. The serviceman, Anderson.

who must put up with fighting and hardship during war, should be : yY Anyone wishing to join Branch
}env 126 should notify Wilson Sande-
the last citizen to ignore his responsibility to choose his leaders.AS .
fer at EV 9-8061, or extension

AMERICANS WE PRIDE OURSELVES that ours is a country 8547."I.

where majority rules. We are ready to fight anyone who would wouldn't worry too much if
i
try to take such rule. from us. Yet by failing to vote we are actually n4k1 your son makes mud pies. Evenif

n .' he tries to eat them don't
taking majority rule away from ourselves. I ,
BRAZILIANS TRAIN HERE-Frank Vieira, ADC. (pointing .
) shows two members of the Brazilian Air Force various worry. It's quite normal," said
Indifference to the right to vote on the part of a large numberof
of the P2V Neotune
parts patrol aircraft during maintenance the psychiatrist."Well .
people-and 40 million is a very large number rends with inspection on one of the planes. The Brazilians received refresh
er training in antisubmarine warfare and maintenance procedure I don't think it is,"

minority rule. Help reduce that 40 million by sending for your while with FAW-11 and VP-16 the past two weeks.' Left to' charged the woman, "and neither
right are 3rd Sgt. Aisuerg Ferreira de Jesus, 2nd Sgl. Fernando
absentee ballot. Azeredo, and chief Vieira. does his wife..



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6 October 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3
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:" :, "Ij; ,' ': fPJ..Ul! '; ,: Crash Crew Here Always Sitting On ReadyThe I 'VP-18 FireFighters


> }i\TrtW"C;: (: ; alarm sounds and sec- GetCommended

: ii\JJC!) ,U5 f } : onds later the NAS Crash crew of two men and can throw of foam and cutting a path

'. '." ,",. n .., . ,'" out 36,000 ibs. of C02 In 2% to through the fire so the rescuerscan
Crew is the to
on scene put
Recent birth et the Naval Hospital 3 minutes. reach the pilot.
totaled 40 with 21 boys end 19 girls out an airplane fire and aid THE MB-1 foam truck has a The MB-1 rig puts out 12,000 Assistance given in helpingto

born. in rescuing the pilot. crew of five men. Two men act gallons of finished foam as does flight a fire at the NAS
Born Sept. 2 were Nancy Lynn, to Ensign I Jax Hobby Shop last month
and Mrs Daryl Lameyer; Steven The crew is equipped with aI as turret men and two as rescue the MB5.In has earned a commendationfor

Karl, to Jessie Mlnnli, AM2, end Mn.Mlnnii addition, the Crash Crew
C02 truck, two MB-1 foam men while the fifth man is the 20 of Patrol
; Judith Ann, to Ray Rollins, GM3, has two airlift dry chemical unitson men Squadron -
and Mn. Rollins, and Michael Christian, trucks and two MB-5 foam driver. The turret men concen- 18.
standby to be rushed by helicopter -
to James Smith, AKCM, and Mrs. Smith. The commendation has
trucks. The C02 truck has a trate on laying down a layer come
Births for Sept. 3 were Melonle Kay, to the scene of an air-
to Robert Roberts, SN, and Mrs Roberts; I .. ..........,....... ................ _.......... _VN_ '.._ plane disaster. The' units are From Capt. James R. Reedy,

Gerald Jr., to Gerald Sample, AT2, and V' '': f: ., k,, '.,. .,..,0h: manned by two people and hold Naval Air Station commandingofficer.
:: ; 4\:;: : :: ; ; .
Mrs. Sample, and Donald Lee, to Mervin
Lewis, AA, and Mrs. Lewis. "j 800 lbs. of dry chemicals.THE HE SAID in part, "Your prompt
Three boys and three girls born Sept. CRASH crew is a divisionof action materially contributed to
4 were Kathleen Ann, td John Dakin, the Flight Division of Oper-
ENC, and Mrs. Dakin Colby Davis, to minimizing damage to the build-
; .. ations. Some 21 bluejackets are
.w>, ,.xa.
Ivyl DeCamp, SK2, and Mrs. DeCamp; I : Ing and its contents.
Cynthia Gail, to Alvin Parkins, HM1, assigned to a section with a sec- The commendation goes on to
;
and Mrs. Perkins; Patricia Kay, to Ralph : 1"y ond class petty officer in chargeof
> "While this fire
fighting
Wilson, PHG3, and Mrs. Wilson Edward say, ,
; bcd.,. each. The crew is on 24 hour
III, and Mn. Edward ;i ':"- I. <"" several of your squadron mates
Northup to ltjg( ) If.: "., :" :: : k '
,.,. : .. .. alert and mans a port and star-
Gadsby, and David Robert, to Ltjg( ) and ::" : : were overcome by smoke. In
Mrs. Jimmy Buckley. v: board duty section.
spite of this, you persisted in
Born Sept. 5 were Melonie Leigh, to ;, A Besides putting out plane fires,
Eddie Ricketts, AT2, and Mrs. Ricketts t the Crash Crew is responsiblefor your efforts until the fire was
Rhonda Joyce, to Charlie Beverly, AT2, extinguished."
and Mrs. Beverly; Lisa Annette, to James ; the emergency arresting gear. The 20 men, along with other
Gresham, AE1, and Mrs. Gresham; Larry n There are four sets of arrestinggear
members of the squadron, dis-
Joseph, to Richard Payne, AN, and Mrs. set up on the field plusa
Payne, and Charles Edward, to Sgt. and last resort arresting rig. The covered the fire and called for
Mrs. Carl Llndsey. fire fighting units of the Naval
Two boys and a girl born Sept. 6 were Crash Crew can switch arrest- Air Station. They stayed on the
Ronald Walter, to John Painter, AMS2, M"o ing gear from one runway to
scene to lend a hand to theStation.s
and Mrs. Painter; Kenneth' Wayne, to another in 10 minutes.
Kenneth Beard, AA, and Mrs. Beard, minutesare fire department.THE .
Thirty to forty-five
and Michelle LeAnn, to John DeStefano, QUARTET overcome by
ADJ2, and Mrs. DeStafano. required to rig the gear smoke and later hospitalized included -
Born Sept. 7 were Anthony Mark, to after hit by an airplane.
D. A. AN D. J.
Boyer
Anthony Albenze, TD1, and Mrs. At- Usual of airplane ;
benze; Marily Elaine, to Melville Prior, ............... cases an Curry, SA; A. T. Mathews AT-
the of the arrest-
requiring use
AMH2, and Mrs. Prior; Lola Marlene to FIREMAN-Calvin While, FA, in a new light-weight aluminum AN, and F. W. Kaiser, ADR3.
Loland Bradley, AMH2, and Mrs. Bradley suit on right mans hose as the NAS Jax Crash Fire ing gear includes flaps out, wind They were further commendedfor
; Michele Evon, to Cecil Reed, and Crew: demonstrates it's C02 truck. This truck puts out 36,000 resistance and stuck throttle.Lt. their
Mrs. Reed; Lytana Phyllis, to A/1C and gallons of C02 at five points of discharge in two-and-one-half to Robert J. Shanley is the complete disregard for
Mrs.'. Royce Crump Cecilia Ann, to three minutes. The unit also uses two MB1 and two MB-5 foam branch officer. their own safety in an effortto
Donald Finottl, SF1, and Mrs. Finotti; trucks to contain airplane fires and help rescue pilots. crash fire protect government property.In .

Margurite Louise, to Cecil Butler, BT3, presenting these 'commendations -
and Mrs. Butler Cindy Lee, to Dale
Potter, ETN3, and; Mrs. Potter; Mark Retirees Should Select Cookies Cash Comdr. W. W. Honour,
Alan, to Lt. and Mrs. Benjamin Poe, and commanding officer of VP-18,
Robert Dale, to Robert Gambill, SM2, said, "Your actions in this emer-
and Mrs. Gambill. Top Services'Xmas the 'readinessand
exemplify
Sept. 8 births were Jeffrey Dean, to Living Area CarefullyOne gency
Franklin Melton, EM2, and Mrs. Melton; safety consciousness of VP-
Kenneth Craig, to Lcdr. end Mrs. Donate from the WishesNext 18 personnel. My personal com-
of the first that retiring
Hall; James Earl, to Jerry Smith, EM2, questions persons mendation is added to that of
and Mrs. Smith; Dennis Glenn, to Billy military service attempt to setle is "Where do I (or we;) to being home for Christ- the Naval Air Station commanding -

Willis, ENFN, end Mrs. Willis; Jennifer want to settle for a permanent home?" mas, most servicemen and wo- officer."
Maria, to Billy Taylor ETN3, and Mrs Although it is readily admit- would
Tedder, retainer living there. men serving overseas pre-
Taylor; Pamela Mae, to Henry reserve pay
AN, end Mrs. Tedder; John Darrell, to ted that this phase of retirement Virginia was third with 3,575. fer to receive homemade cookies

John MacDonald, DN, and Mrs. Mac- planning is strictly a personal Another factor to consider is and candies, in good condition. Rescuer NotInterested
Donald and a baby boy each to Norman matter, there are a few factors. American Red Cross workers
Roche, AE2, and Mrs. Roche, and Roger what your plans are after
that should be considered in the retir'I.'I.
this is true of the In
Orndorff, ACT2, and Mrs. Orndorff. ing. If you're going to overseas say
selection of an area. majority of service people serv-
pursue a hobby, is there a mar-
Voting Is A Privilege FORMER MILITARY person- ket for your talents in the area? ing overseas and warns that the Getting GloryA
nel the retirement list
on
now
folks back home should wrap
individual
It still falls to a matter of -
But It's Not SimpleIt strongly suggest that the pros- preference, but with the goodies individually and pack local squadron's petty offi-

would be pleasant if elect- pective retiree consider the near- these considerations in mind, the them well, preferably in tin cer risked his own life to save

ions were simple. But in the ness of a service hospital. These I selection of fan area to live in is boxes, and send them by air the life of a neighbors' child last

United States they are not. They institutions are usually able and I an important one. mail. week in a house fire at Dewey

differ widely from state to state. willing to handle your medical Next in preference is cash in Park.

According to the Census Bu- needs whereas civilian hospitalsare A new bride was ordering her the; form of money orders. VAP-62's Donald Reynolds, A-

reau there are over 100,000, elec- sometimes overcrowded and first load of coal. "What kind do American currency is often difficult MS2, says he didn't give much
in all states of all required to foot the entire thought to his
tions a year you are you want?" asked the dealer. to exchange and checksare own safety whenhe

offices. bill. "Kind?" exclaimed the young almost impossible to cash. rushed into the blazing dwelling -

This makes voting a chore as Another matter to look intois thing. "Are there different Following the edibles and cashin to rescue the 9montholdchild.

The voter the cost of living in the area .
well as a privilege. kinds?" the order of desired presentsare
know the intrica- thinking of. If it is The infant's mother Mrs.
who wants to you are "Yes, ma'm," answered the family photographs and ,

cies of voting and registeringcan high, and you are not assuredof man. "We have egg coal and hometown newspapers. Againair Crawford Johnson, wife of Crawford -

see or write election author- extra income, you'd better chestnut coal." mail is urged in the case of Johnson, BM2, of NAS Jax
ities at the local city hall or look around a little further. Operations, apparently panic
town office, or consult election Climate and health seem to "I'll take the egg coal," she newspapers so the news reachesits stricken from a grease fire which

law. play a large part in the select- replied quickly, "I'll be cooking destination! while'it is still spread rapidly, fled the residence

ion of sites among retired per- eggs more often than chestnuts." news. with a scream that her baby

sonnel. Based on the W-2 forms ',.",.... ..,. was still inside the frame house.
':'
THIS WEEK'S to retired Navy most :,:.. : '
sent men :.' -> Reynolds, a next-door neighbor -

are settled in California. In fact RESTS-Tak- > heard the scream and rushed -

BRA INTWISTER about 37 per cent of the forms ing. well-deserv toward the fire. An unidentified -

A tank, which contains 156 sent to Navy retirees went to ... ed rest is Donald man grabbed a water hose
two drain that state. .4 f, and sprayed Reynolds he
gallons of water, has Reynolds, AM. as entered -

pipes. One of the pipes can emp- FLORIDA RANKED second S2, of VAP-62 the burning structure.The .

ty the tank alone in six hours, with about 4,100 of the 64,500 r who rescued a hero-sailor found the infant -

while the other pipe can emptyit who collected retirement or fleet nine-month-o 1 d in a smoke-filled bedroomand

alone in 18 hours.If baby from a carried him to safety. None

both pipes are opened at 42 SHARES IN flaming house in received any injuries in the

the same time, how long willit YOUR COMMUNITYA Dewey Park last fire.

take to empty the tank? good citizen likes to sharein week. Reynolds, Reynolds reported to Heavy

(Answer on Page 4)) community life. The commun- who lives next Photographic Squadron Sixty-

ity, and the people in it, are door to the Two duty in January 1960 from

A salesman, holded up in a important to him. It's needs are burned house, NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Is-

small Colorado town by a bliz- his needs He shares with says he didn't land.

zard, wired his firm: others by contributing his fair fjT'fcy; J give a thoughtto

"Stranded here due to storm. share to the Community Chest- the danger You can never tell what an
.fH':0it.
: involved in his elevator operator is going to do.le'll .
United Fund Drive to help 42 s
instructions. -- -
Telegraph Ji ;zf4 t' task.h .
"Start worthwhile agencies in a won- '' ",, give you a lift one minute
reply: Y : ;
Back the : : ?
came /',/& .1"/0. "I'1; A; if.N1. :
drive. '{;M.ii., Y ::1/7.' ; L and run you down the next.U .
derful _,
summer vacation immediately. _.lA'W:" _M/...", .



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I Campaign Buttons Have Long History In U. S. Elections With TheToastmasters



Button, button, who's got the the Roosevelt in 1936, didn't
I philately. horatory slogans such as against
button? ALSO, THEIR manufacture is Socialist candidate Eugene Debs' put him in the White House, although MarNav Toastmasters Club
In a presidential election year of the World Unite" it is considered the most 2280
a hefty business. Today, one estimate "Workers met at the home of one
millions of Americans have, .and sets a figure of almost and the Republicans' "Help popular button ever made. of its members last Thursday.
they wear their buttons proudly, One ONE BUTTON fancier, 'F. J.
of Business.
100 million as the number Hoover Help Speaker of the evening was Lar-
even challengingly, to proclaim plastic and metal discs producedfor Franklin D. Roosevelt button of; O'Neill, has a collection of some ry Webb.
their choice of candidates. framed his I 6,000 and last year he willingly
both parties in a presidential striking simplicity The club plans to hold instal-
CAMPAIGN lapel buttons election year. face with the Stars and Stripes.The loaned part of it for display at lation of officers tonight (Thurs-

have a history dating back to the A ,big manufacturer: can turn largest manufacturer of the American National Exhibitionin day) at the Skeet Club aboard

days of George Washington, and out a million a day at a cost of campaign buttons in the countrysays Moscow, the Station.It .

today their utility isn't limitedto $8 per thousand, and produce that the party distributingthe "My collection," he 'said, will be Ladies Night. The

the duration of a campaign. them up to election eve. most buttons invariably reaps "showed them we have a choicein event will start at 1930 and all

Collecting them has become almost DESIGNS of the buttons range the most votes. But >a button for. whom we want running club members are urged to at-

as popular a hobby as from simple portraiture to ex- I Alfred M. Landon, running things." tend.

Guests at{ the meeting included
:: ':) W: f;;i ;: 8 f I Webb Lt.
Gov. of the Northern
'Nuclear Yield' RemoteIn !. .. i; .'. ..
SubpDistrict of Toastmaster's, and
jJi. V Ira Mackie, of the NAS Cecil
Field club.
Accidental ExplosionWashington
( Navy Civilian Toastmasters are

(AFPS-There) is little or no possibility of a looking forward to next Tues-

"nuclear yield" resulting from accidental burning or explod- 4 \ day's big meeting which will bea

ing of the high-explosive component of an atomic weapon. ( triple header affair, at 7 P.M.at .

This is the Defense Department's answer to questionsabout z\S? ; / Karl Hellenthal's Restaurant.The .
safety precautions taken in \\4) club has invited all former
of a weapon's convetional high- % members and their wives
the handling, transportation and '; tsxaa' to be
storing of such weapons. explosive component.TO :. on hand;. new officers will be
DEFENSE SPOKESMEN point OBTAIN a nuclear explo- installed and a birthday cake
*
out that strict safety measuresare sion and the resulting "nuclear 71s # % wih four candles will be lightedto
%
incorporated into the designof yield, the high explosive sur- r> mark the club's anniversary.At .

every nuclear weapon which rounding the plutonium must be / Tuesday night's session at
due set off simultaneously by its own i Karl Hellenthal's
preclude a nuclear exposion : five speakers
to negligence, sabotage or acci detonators.The paraded to the rostrum in a full
dangers present when a L evening's program.. John Verse
dent.Multiple switches and 'other :I truck, train, aircraft or other carrier : delivered his Icebreaker; John

controls requiring the simulta- bearing a nuclear weapon is Lindberg took politicians and the

neous action of two or more per- involved in an accident are much Supreme Court to task for "mess

sons prevent such an explosiondue the same as if the accident involved ing" with the 'Constitution in his

.to carelessness. Along with a conventional bomb or "Review Your Rights;" Dick

strict security measures,. they also warhead. The high explosivemay Baber admonished city officialsfor

prevent any malicious detonationof burn and explode due to + their handling of the race

an atomic weapon. shock or from the ignition of the SUPERIOR ACHIEVEMENT Winner is Kingston Wolf, riots in his "Where Do We Go

The very nature of atomic war- carrier's fuel. (tight) an inspector with Aircraft Assembly of NAS Jax Over- From Here;" ,Steve Walsh deliv-
heads, says DOD, prevents a nu- DOD said it is possible for haul and Repair Dept., receiving Superior Achievement check ered a political speech from acandidate's
for $150 from Capt. Thomas B. Haley. O&R Officer. Wolf's
plutonium to be dispersed over
lear explosion caused by the accidental wade in the direction of quality improvement and assuranceled point of view, while
detonation or burning a limited area in small particles to his winning the check. Bill Clearman, in the role of lay-
by the force of an explosion or man preacher, rendered "AlwaysBe

How Much Do You by smoke from burning fuel or Ready to Stand Up For

explosive.THE Three Dances Planned Christ."

Care About People? SIZE of this area would Evaluators, headed by Andy

Foreigners have said that we vary according to the force of the Planey, included Howard Rahm,
explosion, volume of smoke and Junior Teske, Marv
Americans are a selfcenteredlot. For Station's Blumberg,
We only care what happensto velocity of winds at the time of BirthdayNext Paul Ames, and T. A. Wilkinson.

"us" and "ours", and the the accident. Paul Mori was toastmaster.
heck with everybody else. Civil and military authoritieshave weekend will be the time for all NAS Jax peopleto Two Cuban doctors, Francisco

Nothing could be further from been instructed about proper get out their dancing shoes. Ralph Flanagan and his Steyners and Luis Altuzarra,

the truth, as witness our response precautions in the event of an orchestra, one of America's top bands, will be here for a were special guests at Tuesday's
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to help others throughout accident involving an atomic three night stand.On meeting.
renditions of tunes
ano popular ,
October 14, Flanagan and
the world when needed weapon.In all
Your community needs your addition, the military serv- band will appear at King Hall Flanagan from the floor.Versatility answers. requests NATTUnit Teacher
infirm ices and the Atomic Com- from 2000 to 2400. This danceis
the
help to aid the aged, Energy is the keynote of
the young, the retarded and the mission maintain emergencyteams arranged especially for enlisted the Flanagan productions, with Ends Long ServiceA
men and their dates.
desolate. You are the communityand prepared to move into an his fine musical being
aggregation
THE FOLLOWING night, Oct- I veteran civilian instructor at
where such accident
without your help the ser- area an occurs i
vices rendered to such people and neutralize possible con- ober 15, Flanagan makes his appearance spelled by the Flanagan Trio the Naval Air Technical Train-
and Flanagan's Flatbush Five, to ing Unit has
through they 42 agencies of the tamination. at the Officer's Club. called it quits after
Community Chest-United Fund -- Hours for this dance will be round out an evening of the finest 22. years with civil service.

could not be forthcoming :'.C::} 2030 to 0030.Flanagan in music. George Culpepper, who has
Show that you care by giving ....:....:..,.: winds up his Jack- spent his last six years at NATT-
sonville engagement with a dateat Unit, is looking forward to retirement -
your fair share to the Community l>J ''NE:
i Chest. i the Chief Petty Officer's Clubon at his home in Holly
October 16. This dance will .J Sf RVICES Hill, in Volusia County.

kt <.Yt Y ., run from 1930 to 2330. Culpepper taught the Instructor -
Steinmetz Named a # : The three big dances are partof Training Course at NATTUnit -
Sunday October
the 20th Anniversary obser- 9 showing military instructorsthe
ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL
vance of the founding of NAS techniques of instruction and
Supply Employee 0830-Service of Worship.
giving them educational 'super
Jax.ALTHOUGH 0930-Sunday School, three-
A particular vision.
ar-
Of Month For Oct. rangement of a tune might be year-olds through adults, Build-
ing 722 Adult Bible Class
; Small
uptempo, a driving Latin beator
Steinmetz of Technical Little
Phillip Chapel. League Auxiliary
even a slow, dreamy ballad,
Division, has been chosen each 0930-Service of Worship.. Slates Oct. 11 Meeting
44fc Flanagan arrangement revolves -
Supply Personality-of-the-Month around the rhythm section 1100-Service of Worship.* A meeting of the Navy Jax-

for October. : for it is here that the basic 1830-Teen-Age, Senior High' Ortega Little League Ladies
Steinmetz, according to Supply ; beat for dancing originates andis and United Fellowship of Pro- Auxiliary is slated to be held
officials, has displayed great capacity -
kept constant throughout the. testants, Building 722 and Small next Tuesday, Oct. 11, at the
to detail which characterizes -
number. Chapel. home of Mrs. John Hendry Jr.,
his work. __ : m.._' ........_ ..n. \ 8637 New York Ave.
The outstanding feature of the Orange
,He has performed his duties, SUPPLY Personalily-oMhe- ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL
Park
Flanagan rhythm section is the at 1030.
as well as other duties assigned month for October is Phil
0830 and 1000
-Sunday Mass. All mothers of Little
piano stylings of the maestro League
Sleinmetx.
during peak work loads, in a lip .
himself. Well known for his pi- players and prospective Little
highly efficient manner, they say. A native of Morristown, N. J., ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL

In order to better equip himselffor Steinmetz served in the Navy (Answer to Brainiwiiter:) 0615Confessions.0630Mass. League mothers are urged to

his job, Steinmetz has spent before beginning a Civil Service AVt hours. The water is reduced attend this meeting.
many hours of his own time 1-6 per hour by the one 0930-l015--Java Club.
familiarizing himself with vari- career as a distribution clerk pipe, and 1-18 per hour by the 1030-Protestant Worship Some of' today's musicians

ous functions performed by oth- with the Postal Transport Ser- other pipe. Add 1-6 and 1-18 Christian Science carry a tune as if it were too

er divisions of the department. vice in 1957. and divide result into one. Tuesdays, 1900, Small Chapel heavy for them.



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TourneyDeadline a ,. :"
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date for entering the

NAS Jax Invitational Golf Tour- 2'x

ney is drawing near with Oct. ,, Com Fair Jax A' Takes

12 set as the final day for hope-

fuls to send in an entry blank.

Entry blanks are available at 3. we x t t. : Lead In AL Keg PlayThe
the pro shop or from Comdr. W.

J. Koressel, ComFair Jax Flag

Secretary, who can be contactedat lead has changed hands among top teams in the

extension 605. American Bowling league as another week of competitioncame

The tourney, although expected to a close in Mainside intramural bowling circuits last

to draw many of the area's week.In.
Also Dispensary beat the Com-
,
top-notch links stars, fo not the National League, O&R
and the
missary Grocers, 3-1,
limited to low handicap players. :: continues to pace the way with a Holy Rollers blanked the Cherry
Golfers of all levels are invitedto t if 23-1 mark and in the Continental -
Pickers, 4-0.
enter with flights availableto League, the Alley Kats are Continental
ACTION
t IN by
fit the abilities of all entrants.All looking tough by holding down
League bowlers; first place Alley
persons having a lockerin the number one position, with a Kats blanked Aircraft Maint.

the locker room at the club- 19-5 record.
{ yx 'B', 4-0, Raiders went past WAR,
requested to COMFAIR JAX 'A' took over
house are vacate
< 3-1, and the Butchers wiped out
their space(s) from next Thurs- first place in the AL from Ops.- Waves 'A,' 4-0.

day, Oct. 13, through Sunday, Ordnance, taking four games
R Finishing up CL play for the
Oct. 16. This is to accommodate from the Marines. OPS-Ordn.
week, the Cougars outbowled
< oY to Dental 'A'to
dropped one game
guests who will be playing in Yk
fall to second place. Administration 3-1, while Supply
the tourney.The .
entire 18-hole course will ; ? Action last week in the American 'A'' did the same to Disbursing'A
and MARTD whitewashed
,
be closed for regular play on _-9,__ _Y9'9,'W'_W, '_____'___' '_'_-- ..-... ..........----......- -. .... League saw Owl Hoots down-
both Saturday and Sunday. TOP SHOOTER-Corpl. George Green, of ihe Marine Bar- ing Waves 'B,' 4-0, Opers. Ord- NARTU, 4.0.Completing.
racks at NAS Jax, shows shooting form which carried him to nance besting Dental 'A,' 3-1, and the week, the National
first place in four categories of firing in the Florida Fall Big the VA-44 'Hornets' rolling past League saw VP-30 'B'

Non PareilsThe Bore Roundup at Camp Blanding last weekend. Besides beingan Hospital, 3-1. downing Opers. AUW, and Air-
outstanding rifle shot Corpl. Green is said' to be a good cook
craft Maint. 'C' helding Dental'B'
and works at the Mainside mess hall.Rains .
Jax Navy ping pong tour- scoreless. VP-18 and VA44'sWarriors

ney is set to begin Oct. 24. Deadline SPORT 5z 1 had their match post-

for entries is Oct. 17. Wreak Havoc poned.

Persons interested in enteringthe I I
League leader O&R, unbeaten
should Frank 1. On a regulation baseball dia-
event contact
until this week, took three games
McCaffrey, Mainside athletic director With Football SlateDue mond, what is the distance from from FAETU 'B'. The Hawks
home to the pitcher'smound
extension plate
at 556. and 679th finished the
week
to heavy rains, touch football and intramural golf ? by bowling respective up shutoutsover

Jax Navy varsity basketball are having trouble getting underway. Last week, for in- 2.Who is credited with origi- Supply 'B' and Disbursing

practice got underway last week. stance, five games were scheduled to be played in football nating baseball? 'B/ 4-0.

Persons interested in vieing fora but the weather pemitted only two to be completed.VA44 3. How much does a major STANDINGS

spot on the club should reportany which shows signs of GOLF field VA-4 league baseball weigh? Centintental Leagues W L
IN THE ................... ..
weekday at 1600 to Mainsidegym. being rough on the gridironthis (Answers to Quiz) Alley Kati .... 19 5
Aircraft took a fast lead, whipping NAR VA-44 'Ra/ders'/ .................. 14 6
year, defeated TU, 5& to 3V4. All the other; -seauno %s uvtfJ MARTD ........._..................... 14 6
Maint, in the season's opener, postponed becauseof eiom lOU 5 UBitf fioi Jon *CBieuaS NARTU ........................._.... 14 10
12-6. In the other game playedlast games .were '[ uojtifl B auisoaq .taJvl eH Disbursing 'A' ...................... 14 10
Walter Hafer of Ft. Benning, went to vic- wet grounds.The Cougars .............................. 12 8
Ga., an ex-Marine who was All- week, Supply volleyball season startedas 8C8I u! Bp iqnoa wuqv'Z Administration ..?......,.._..? 13 11
tory over VP-30 in a thriller, VP-30 opened strong by defeating .uJ 9 "IJ 09 '1 Butchers .............................. 10 10
Service heavyweight fistic champin 9-6. 15-5 and FAETU 'A' ..9 11

1943-44, fought 36 exhibition and Dispensary A/C Maint. 'B' ....._._?...". 6 14
FAETU 679TH Hospital, 15-6. VA-15 and VA-44 did not Opers. WAR ............._....... 5 19
bouts with Joe Louis during VA-15 were posponed becauseof see action because of operational 4 Y Waves 'A' ............................ 0 24

WWII. rain. duties.

Paul Stapper became the 1960 In Monday's results, Supply + }

All-Air Force high power rifle could have taken hold on the Fencers Hold LeadIn IM SPORTSDOCKET
but VP-18 haltedits
position
top
champion while SAC's "Gold"
brief win streak by downingthe Bowling LeagueThe
team won first team honors by 12-7. Carol
Supplymen,
maintained their
smashing last year's record of O'Quest of Supply is leading Fencers BOWLING
slim lead in the Enlisted Men'sWives Thursday, Oct. 6
1395-67VS with 1411-76 football scoring with
a new Mainside Fri- 1730
Bowling League last
mark. 8 points. A/C Maint. 'c' vs Comfalr 'B'
day night at Mainside Lanes, although -
Warriors vs Opers. AUW
battling to a 2-2 tie t4 !fr FAETU 'B' vs Dental 'B' ,

Pigskin Panel Is Passive against runnerup Hi Balls. $/ a { Hawks vs VP-18 2000 to

The Fencers are 10-2 on the 679th 0&RDisbursing
vs
Picks season with the Hi Balls holdinga 'B' vs Supply 'B'
Bad Week Of
After mark of 9-3. Next is the Monday, Oct. 10

Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota and Navy should win their ball Bowlerettes, 6-6, Pin Splitters, Comfair 'A'vs A/C 1730 Maint. 'A' \-

games with ease Saturday according to the Jax Air News board of 4-8; Odd Balls, 4-8, and Fowls, Grocers vs Owl Hoots
for the four clubsin 3-9. Hornets vs Dental 'A'
football prognosticators, who go unanimously 2000

this week's slate of contests. High game of the week wasa Holy Rollers vs Waves 'B'

BOB BIER OF NAS JAX Administration, first guest picker of 199 by Louise Grissom. Ida Hospital vs Cherry Pickers

the week, did so well last week with 11 right choices that he has Gunnels converted the 8-5-10 .. Dispensary vs Marines

been invited to take one more crack at the "thirsty three." The lat- split and Corrie Hayes pickedup Wednesday 1730, Oct. 12

ter scored thusly last week: McCaffrey, eight right; Bowman, seven, the 5610.Amateur ., Waves 'A' vs WARAdministration

and Editors, only five. vs FAETU 'A'

Games for the week include: SMU-Navy; Miami-Pitt; Columbia- Radio Exams Disbursing 'A' vs 2000 Raiders

Yale; Ohio St.-Illinois; Iowa-Michigan St.; Kansas St.-Nebraska; : Slated October 22 NARTU vs A/C Maint. 'B'
Duke-Michigan Northwestern-Minnesota; Missouri-Air Force; Okla- MARTD vs Butchers
;
Cal Examinations for commercial Supply 'A' vs Cougars
homa-Texas Rice-Florida; LSU-Ga. Tech; Georgia-Southern ;
; and amateur ex- VOLLEY BALLThursday
radio
Baylor-Arkansas, and Sleeper of Week, Texas Western-W. Texas St. operator ,
tra and general classes of radio
1115
BOWMAN EDITORS MAC BIER operators are slated to be given Administration vs 679th

Navy Navy Navy Miami Navy by the FCC Saturday, Oct. 22 at 1215

Pitt Pitt Miami Yale Yale Jones Business College, 9 N. VA'15 vs Dispensary
Yale ColumbiaOhio Monday
Ohio St. St. Illinl IlliniIowa Hogan St., Jacksonville. A/C Maint. vs VA-44
IowaNebraska Iowa NebraskaDuke Iowa Commercial exams will be ad- VAP-62 vs VP-30

Nebraska Nebraska Mich. Mich. ministered at 0830 and amateur WednesdayAdminlstration'Vs
Duke POLKA DOT GIRL-Carol VP-16
Minn. Minn. Minn. Minn. tests at 1000. For more informa-I Douglas, former Miss Texas. 679th vs ComfairJex '
Missouri Air Force Missouri Air Okla.Force tion, contact chief T. Lewie at is ready for a swim in her TOUCH FOOTBALL

Texas Okla. Florida Texas Florida extension 379.Dafynsihuns. polka dot suit. She makes her Thurs.- AP-62 vs' 679th
Rice Florida screen debut as one of Ernie Frl.-Admln. vs VA-15
LSU LSU LSU LSU Kovacs' girl friends in"Strangers Mon.-FAETU vs A/C Maint.
GeorgiaArkansas USC GeorgiaArkansas use : Sunburn.Getting When We Meet" the Kirk Tues.-Hospital vs VP-18
Baylor Baylor more than you basked for. Douglas-Kim Novak starrer. Wed.-VAP-62 vs VA44t
West.
I West. W. Texas, West.



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Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 6 October 1960

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r Brown-Eyed Beauty .Cops r ;S j "Classified :

{ h' > ,, d .'. .
I .. TO C ,,_ ,. !II..
; 'Miss Life Saver' TitleThe { s k. ,. For Rent

p4 4j i AS' Clean effic, opts, 2-rm, furn, adultt.
679th Air Force AC & W unit at NAS Jax held its 2818 Herschel St.
Trailer Spa-lg patio, 110' x 75,' comp
annual beauty contest recently and selected brown-eyed ; fen, cony to NAS. Raymond Howe, SP
beauty Gloria Brody as "Miss: Life Saver of 1960." 12669. '

The event, held at King Hall, ? x Trailer-2 bdrm, furn, on Ig lot, cony
was the scene of eleven young old beauty was elected "Miss to NAS & Cecil Field for rent Oct. 5.
Blaze of 1959" by the Lake For- Raymond Howe, SP 12669.
competing for the "Miss
women Orange P.rk-3 bdrm house brick,
Life Saver" crown. est Volunteer Fire Dept. 2 E Ig. lot. fen, Ig. gar, utll. rm & bath.
THE ENTRANTS were judgedfor The 17-year-old brunette, fi Ira McCormick, CO 44793.
Unfurn-2 bdrm house, util,
weighing 110 pounds and five carport
charm and
beauty.
poise, rm, tern, por, lot, $100 per mo. elec kit
feet four inches in has .q
height
Miss is not novice in ,
Brody a equip. Unfurn, $75, new furn, $100.
this field. The seventeen-year- also had experience in commer- '..i-4: ,'.> ': ,;; ', Call PO 50220.
cial modeling. Miss Brody, a 9 %'t Gar. Effl apt.-tingle ocpy desired,
junior at Ribault High School, fit util, furn, 5 min from NAS, 10 per wk.
HouseTo i : 4 Henry Baughn, EV 8-6545.
Open has been taking ballet lessons Cedar HilU-will rent bdrm In priv.

since she was seven years old. : home to tingle working person or to
Feature married couple, share bath, kit prlv. &
Runners-up to Miss Brody
: 1cA priv. refrig. A/In./ Ida Fyfe, SP 1.5816,
were Pat Znadys, 17, also a : 10002200.

Air ShowContinued student at Ribault High School; Cedar Hillt-working woman will rent
Edna Lemmon, 18; Frances Ig bdrm & bath, kit prlv, to tingle work.
ing woman or married working couple.
( from Page 1)) Hutchinson, 19, and Barbara 4 ft Mill Miichung Mon thru Thur after 1500,
Carraway, 19, a sophomore at SP 12034.
At the which beginsat
ceremony,
Jacksonville University. : Widow woman wants to share Chritt-
1400, Mrs. Towers, widow of Ian home with couple, Murray Hill, EV
the Admiral, will unveil in his BESIDES BEING judged for .. .-1s.'-.y---_ _-----_-_ 88713.
honor, a granite pillar bearinga beauty, the girls were each ask- BEAUTY WINNER-Reigning as "Miss Life Saver of 1960" Unfurn Apt.-2 bdrm, kit, equip, on
bronze Retired Vice ed two questions, one of a ser- for the 679th Air Force unit here at NAS Jax is Gloria Brody. but route, cl to chur, tchlt & thp cen In
plaque. ious nature and one on a lighter 17-year-old junior at Ribault High School. Miss Brody.. Otrega, $65 per mo. S. A. Whittington,
Admiral Charles P. Mason, first who competed against 10 other charming girls, is presented the EV 95326.
commanding officer of the Sta- subject. Miss Brody exhibitedthe crown and robe by Glenda Adams. "Miss Life Saver of 1959." Rent Reatonable ft house trailer,
tion, will deliver the dedication most poise and gave her I "Miss Life Saver of 1960" will maintain her title for one year. clean, couple or 3 men, 5829 Morse Ave.
answers in an intelligent and SP 11360.
\ address. 4416 Lexington Ave.-unfurn, 4-rm,
'. The Naval Aviation Cadet natural manner, according to the Newspicture Of Year Award house, adults or with small baby, no
judges. $50
Choir from Pensacola will be dogs per mo.
"Miss Life Saver" and the Eff Apt-furn. 2-rm, but sec, $9 per
on hand to render appropriate CameramenWashington wk nice horn. Charles Winter, EV 96455.
choral numbers. runners-up were escorted by Air Open To Military For Sale

Forcemen. Introduction of the lake Shore-2 bdrm house brick, new
ADM. TOWERS, who was pre- program was by Lt. Fritz "Hel- (AFPS-Military) photographers and information ly cond,' diet! kit; tile bath, storage
sent when the Station was com- lings of 679th Air Force who personnel will be eligible to enter the News Picture of the apace, terms, owner. EV 83226.
,
missioned 20 years ago, as Chiefof Year competition this year. This is the first time in 18 years Equity $SOO-brlek, 3 bdrm, hdwd firs,
also asked the girls the quest- tile bath, Ig It, cony to NAS & Cecil
the Bureau of Aeronautics, that military personnel have been able to enter.
ions. Glenda Adams, retiring Field, EV 8-8809 or EV 87931.
is one of the pioneers of Naval "Miss Life Saver" crowned the The contest, previously limitedto ter Williams Hall, School ofJournalism. Ortega Hills, 4 bdrm, 2 bath, sep dr,
aviation. He was the third Naval professional photographers, is Ig liv rm hdwd firs, cen heat, end gar,
officer to be trained as an avia- winner. considered by many to be the ,!!, of Missouri, Co- fen yd, shown appt. Lt. J. P. Barreca,
tor. The Jax Navy Band provided nation's lumbia, Mo., or James Colvin, EV 7-4033.
top photography con-
music for the event. Lt. Col. Oivo Encyclopaedia' Britannica, 425 This V That
t The first day's celebration will test. The winner's title of Photo- Ride Wanted-Arlington Hills to NAS
of the 679th North Michigan Ave. Chicago,
Kivipelto Squadron work hrs 0800.1600, will consider
be concluded with a receptionand grapher of the Year is one of the lax,
presented a trophy and flowersto Ill. hour either J. A.
arriv. or depart way.
dinner in honor of the highest honors, to be earned in '
Miss Brody. Damato, RMCS, Ext. 8583 or RA 5-0706.
All entries must be postmarked
Navy-sponsored Board the news photo field. ,
I of Governors Ride" Wanted-frortr: 140' Belmont Ave.
and Naval Affairs Com- Entries in the contest must no later than Jan. 5, 1961, 0715-1555, to Bldg. 500. Vergle Green,

mittee of the Chamber of Com- SHAREHow have been taken or first published to be eligible for the judging Ext. 465 or EX 8-4692.

merce at the Hotel George Wash- between Jan. 1, 1960 and which begins Jan. 10, 1961, at

ington at 1800.Secretary many times have you Dec. 31, 1960 inclusive. Photos the School of Journalism, U. of Fire PreventionWeek

Franke will deliver heard "I don't like "x" agency." must ,be mounted on 16x20 Missouri.

the principal address, with the Our fifth freedom Is the privi- mounts and can be any size up Slated For

Jacksonville Symphonete and lege of sharing with whom we to 16x20.

Naval Aviation Cadet Choir also desire. As you are approachedto No contestant can enter more MartinBakerSeat

scheduled to appear. contribute your fair share to than 20 prints except in a photo October 9-15

I the Community Chest-United story where all prints are con- InstalledIn
'ON HAND for the dinner and
Fund drive, i if you prefer you sidered one unit.Information Federal government agen-
reception and as special guests cies have been directed to as-
j can designate your gift to one regarding the
throughout the two-day observ- particular agency: by ,indicatingon competition and entry blankscan Jax F4D sist in a national effort to re-
;ance will be a host of high rank-
the back of your pledge be obtained from: -The Martin-Baker ejection seat duce loss of life and propertydue
ing Navy officers. Among these card Share In your community to fire when Fire Preven-
National Press Photographers has been installed for the first
will be former officers
commanding to Week is observed Oct.
by giving the CC-UF. tion ,
of NAS Jax and of other Association-Robert Boyd, oCm- time in an F4D at NAS Jacksonville -

units based here. petition Chairman, 2862 North successfully passing its 9-15.
Week is annual event
The an
Da/fynishuns: Flirting Hartung Ave., Milwaukee 10, initial test.
Gates for the Open House pro- Wistful winking. which began 50 years ago as
Wise.,-Clifton C. Edom, 18 Wal-
The installation done
was by
at 1000 The first Presi-
gram open Saturday, "Clean Up Day.
Oct. 15. Throughout the day the the Overhaul and Repair De- dential Fire Prevention Week
partment and is the first of its
public can view a vast arrayof Proclamation was issued eleven
startling exhibits in the han- kind at NAS: Jax. years later.

gars along the edge of the fly- This ejection seat system is Today, nearly all governors

ing field. being installed in several typesof proclaim this week commemorating -

These will include the Navy's aircraft throughout the Navy the Great Chicago Fire of

most modern aircraft, rockets, and has been authorized for the Oct. 8-10, 1871, which resultedin

and missiles, (including the large purpose of reducing ground-level' the destruction of 17,430

Polaris models.) There will be iOSktl accidents. buildings.

other exhibits of combat and industrial The Martin-Baker seat is also FIRE STRUCK every 30 sec-

fleet support equipment. being installed in more F4Ds at onds, 3,000 times daily in 1959.It .

NAS Jax. Primary function of ravaged 800 homes a day, tooka

NpL. the Martin-Baker is to provide life every 47 minutes, 31 lives

Cane HuntersContinued ground-level escape for pilots were lost each day and a total

+4. and to reduce accidents that can of 11,315 in the year.
( from Page 1)) occur while the plane is grounded. "The most gruesome highwayin

is ''quoted as saying, "hundredsof the world," says NAS Jax

people in the U. S. might Test pilot for the initial oper- Fire Chief Don Moran, "is 3,000

have lost their lives and thou- ation was Lt. A. J. Smith and miles long. It cuts a broad swath

sands would have been seriously Fleet Liaison Officer was Lt. Lar- across the heart of America.

injured as was the case in great a ry Dwyer. You'll find it everywherein

storms of the past." The ejection seat was installedby the country and in the city.

Since the hurricane was first Fred Fulton with Allison,
THERE WERE 155 fires occur-
sighted 1200 miles east of Puerto Kolbe, project engineer, and Wil-
,, ring aboard the Naval Air Sta-
Rico by a Navy Hurricane Hun- a :.aka irraw- liam Gentry, supervisor of the
"THUMBS UP'-Say, Lt. A. J. Smith as he gives sign of tion in 1959 Moran including
ter plane on Sept. 2, Hurricane I F4D assembly line at O&R. reports, -
installed
in
approval to Martin-Baker ejection seat recently an
Warning Centers of the Weather F4D by personnel of the Overhaul and Repair Dept. of NAS fires to 13 aircraft.

Bureau at San Juan, Miami, Jax. The seat enables pilots to eject from the plane while at Efforts will be made duringthe
Washington and Boston issued low. altitudes and to overcome takeoff and landing emergencies.From The sweet young thing relat-
than 90 advisories and left are Fred Fulton Allison Kolbe, both O&R employees; ed: "I didn't want to marry him week to acquaint Station
more Capt. Thomas B. Haley O&R Officer Lt. Smith O&R test pilot:
with
for his money. It's just, that there personnel the importance of
bulletins on progress of the William Gentry of O&ri. and Lt. Larry Dwyer Fleet Liaison Of "
storm. ficer.: was no other way to get it. fire prevention.




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