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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 20, 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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, Federal Division Reaches 93 Per Cent Of CC-UF Goal I I



Contributions from military late Tuesday afternoon. Naval NabSix, Area Audit. Office, Fleet Air Wing Eleven, 84%; Naval Station Mayport, ,

and civilian personnel of the Hospital; Naval Air Technical Marine Reserve Training Cen- 175.9%; Navy Recruiting, 83.1%; Destroyer Group,

Federal establishment in the Training Unit, including the ter, Navy Recruiting Office, 175.2%; Naval Reserve Train- 81.6%; Naval Ordnance at Yel-

Jacksonville area have reached Marine Aviation Detachment; and Marine Recruiting Office. ing Center, 134.8%; Marine low Water, 75.5%; and NAS

over 93% of the quota of Naval Air Reserve TrainingUnit The Navy is the largest mem- Reserve Training Center and Cecil Field, 73.7%.

$95,856 in the Community and Fleet Air Wing ber of the Federal Divisionin 2nd Amphibious Tractor Co., Although contributions are

Chest-United Fund Drive, Eleven are the major com- the campaign. 124.5%; NARTU, 120.1%; NA- way ahead of last year's at

latest figures show. mands that have zoomed "over Here are the percentages of TTU, 111%; Marine Recruit- this point, keymen and unit

Four major commands of the top." quotas reached by Navy units, ing, 103.6%; Naval Hospital, chairmen are advised against

the Navy in the area, plus six Also joining "over the top" as of Tuesday: 101%; Marine Aviation De- complacency. There are still

other separate activities, have ranks this week were: Naval ComNabSix, 200%; Navy tachment, NATTU, 100.2%; more people to be approached ,

reported "over the top" as of Reserve Training Center, Com- Area Audit Office, 183.3%; ComFairJax, 91.7%; NAS Jax, (Please turn to Page 6, Col. )

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awaited results of the

fleet-wide competitive examina- Vol. 18 No. 33 U. S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 20 October 1960

tions of August arrived at NAS .. ,,, .. ..,,,,.. ..... _.
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jackets Jax last and week.Waves Some will 200 be blue advanced ,,' 'w' : :.
# Eskridges
to the next higher ratingon ,, ;": '. ,iL, :w.: H ,1

Nov. 16. In addition, some 25 _. ?'$: ......." '... !'''>'*x">.,.',. 4, "" ". '<;':. >!.".'" '. ihJff.I.I IIUI'I" >...
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men striker and identifications.At women were. authorized w ; ..-..-- 1_:" : '; ..t : :, Cause TinyConfusion

press time, final results 'I. '

were not available from NAS Jax v ii t '-
tenant commands.TWENTYSEVEN.
men will be Who could be a closer Navy

advanced to E-6; 43 men and w..Yf buddy than your own

women to E-5; and 120 to E-4. ;: brother?
Final results were recieved And that's exactly what a
buddy is to two Navymen of
earlier this year than in previous
This is Fleet Air Wing 11. For Woodrow -
years. undoubtedly a result
of the increased automationof and Carl Eskridge, who
the This the wanted to serve in the same
testing system. is
unit when they joined the Navy, \
fourth exam in which the IBM 4 s .4 14r ;
; that.
doing just
punch card system has been 4 are .
used. THE BROTHERS although not

I twins, do look quite a bit alike,
According to Navy Times,, '.f
according to close friends and
nearly 59,000 promotions, the I
associates.
greatest number the Navy has
-. .. The Eskridges graduated from
given out in recent years-will VA'165 AND ITS "LONE RANGER" Officers and men
the
joined
take effect Nov. 16. I of newly-commissioned Attack Squadron 165 pose In front of r high school together
the outfit's lone aircraft, an AD-8 Skyraider which made the COLD WAR Gl Navy on .the same day, went
THIS IS nearly 8000 more I squadron' first flight last Thursday. VA-165 ha now ceased through boot camp in the same
promotions than were made on to be only a squadron on paper and ha begun to actively BILL POSSIBLEA platoon and took their recruit
the last exam in May. function with the teamwork necessary to carry out its mission
of a light attack outfit. VA-165 U currently made up of fire off I- bill to provide wartimebenefits leave together.
The Nov. 16 promotions will cers. 47 enlisted men .' and one aircraft More are expected to members of the THEIR FATHER is a retired
move 5804 .to petty officer first, .oon. Armed Forces or. their sur- Army warrant officer but the

17,783.to petty officer second, vivors who have been disabledor younger Eskridges say they've
and 35,159 to petty officer third killed as a result of hostile had enough of Army life and

for a grand total of 58,746 ad- Navy Escapes Big Cuts acts in the cold war has been believe that the Navy will afford -

vancements. introduced in Congress by them a better. chance to see

Besides these promotions, 6563 Rep. Alvin M. Bentley. the world.

enlisted men and women will be In Curtailed Flight PayThe The bill provides for com- The pair is said to have a
designated as strikers for petty pensation, pension and voca- reputation for thinking exactly
officer ratings.In tional rehabilitation rights to alike. On taking Navy entrance

June, the Navy advanced Defense Department, obliging the recent session of disabled veterans. tests, they scored identical

50,987 enlisted men and womento Congress, has set a ceiling of 99,046 on the number of flight According to provisions of grades even though they were

and within the petty officer officers- that the four armed services can keep- on their rolls the bill, if a serviceman died examined in separate rooms.
ranks. for the last half of fiscal 1961. The Eskridges have been assigned -
Hit hardest by the new ceil- his survivors would be entitledto to the same division at
reduction of
J This is an overall
ing is the Air Force. It's goingto compensation payments and FAW-11 and are both studyingto
but the Navy is get-
over 3,000 his children would be entitledto
WeinerschnitzelTo have to trim 2295 officers at the
take the airman test
ting off fairly well. It has only educational
about 275 more officers drawing from its flight pay rolls. The war orphans same time. And, yes, they hopeto

Grace Menu flight pay than the new ceilingof Army will have to cut around assistance. strike for the same rating."WHO .

180 from flight pay. ,, ..,. ...... ,, ....,..
18,125. Flight from $100 to ., "i>l """:;?< ,>.avx3y, ; r<{:.1"rk.orrxrrar:., ) ..: :.'*..:;*.{;yS'da'.}">$:' z'g ';r!! :'li'i::' ?': rY'':!& ::f. J
t ili 4 :1r
Enlisted people at NAS Jax THE NAVY'S total of officers I pay goes ;::::ttW:i 'i i;t ? : : iil! ; P. !
and NATTUnit may be a little flight currently I $240 a month, with the maximilm .: ,: ; r
getting pay \\1
going to Navy captains and com-
perplexed when they read the stands at a round 18,365, but this Marine 'Ifi :
manders ( Corps colonels
Galley's Menu of Monday, Oct. includes those with over 20 years
and lieutenant colonels) with 18
24. The menu is a special one flying service, who will not be .:< ,... .:.
: ::" :
service. / :: "x'_
for United Nations Day. \ affected by the new ceilings. or more years f4N; ,. tR"
1. >":":? ';: I
of '
Even though the names are Only about 150 should be affected Ceilings imposed on each 1'
changed the food will remain in the long run and since I the services may be altered < '. 1tY 1

much the same. this is a small number, normal slightly, Defense says, becauseof ::.1'k 1
take of the possible changes in tactical ( .t
Galley's one and three will attrition should care ,
uiremen ts.
serve the following: cuts, sources say. req .
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The Marine Corps will haveto
Minestrone Weinerschnitzel loup(breaded veal cutlets) cut the number of officersit Great Books Group To

Aluko-achar-nepal (boiled potatoes) has on flight pay by 118, two Meet Next WednesdayNext
Kolsapsl (brown gravy) than ordered by Defense.IF '. t.d/ Y't
more
Buttered Buttered PeasInternational Mexican Corn ACTUAL cuts'must be need- meeting of the NAS Jax ,..... :.; 'l: .) ... >(...:'.'. ..
> ''' '<' '''
' '
Discussion Group
Salad Bar ed because attrition doesn't do Great Books t '
Apple pie, ala mode the complete job, then, says a has been scheduled for Wednes- ,: }} : ":/: ,,

Bread, rolls, butter Defense Dept. spokesman, what day, Oct. 26, at 2000 in the Music .. ....
Coffee, tea, milk Room of the Library in Building ,.. d. "" '>" :<.
j. :
tradition of United Na- could happen is that the services 1'': .> \.. .{ YY
The
"screen out" those fliers 8. ME?"-Says Wo"'odrow Eskridge, (center) AA as
launched two may
tions Meals was have enough Subject of discussion will be the name Eskridge is blared out by mustering petty officerR.
do not
years ago when President and they feel For E. Akers. ADI, (left) during recent FAW-11 quarters. Esk-
Mrs. Eisenhower served the first potential for their needs. The "Homer: The Odyssey. more ridge's brother Carl, (right) queries Akers as to whether he
such meal at the White House to source said this could include information, contact the librarian, meant Woodrow or Carl. The brothers are serving together on
honor ,the UN. aviators now tied to desk jobs. Margaret Clees, at extension 233. FAW-11 Staff and were also together during boot camp days.



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IJ: "7S Jewish Ltjg( ) Arfa ChaplainHere First ,. Lockheed P2VDemonstration




Capt. James & Reedy HAS Jecboavtlle _,- Commanding Officer Since WWIIA :.Y Unit Due Here

Comdr. Robert Nelson __ Executive OfficerCommender .
NAB Six fleet Air Jeckronville\ Jewish chaplain has reported k
Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig Squadrons of FAW-11 here will
for duty here for the first
C.pt. Greyiton H. Wtbr Chief of Stiff, FilrJ.x time be able to avail themselves of
since WWII days. Ltjg( )
Capt. Nelson M. Head "
Chief of Stiff, NAB Six the services and advice of a
FI"t Air Wing Eleven Cyrus Arfa is now holding regu-
Capt. Renfro Turner, Jr. __ Commander lar office hours and also reli- Lockheed operational team expected -
Capt. Murlin! W. Alley Chief Stiff Officer gious services aboard the Station. aboard the Station Oct.
Navel Air Technical Training Unit if; 2131.
Capt. Robert J. Fleming Commanding Officer Chaplain Arfus is a graduateof f :.
Comdr Marlon K.\ Smith Executive Officer Hebrew Union College, the The team will be available to

Cept. William L Naval H.lt.1 Jewish Institute of Religion, both ........... .... ...... .-. ........._..._. _.. FAW-11 units for informative
fngelm.n
Cept. John G. Feder ___Commending Executive Officer Officer in Cincinnati, O., and received his reported NEW CHAPLAIN aboard the Recently Station is lectures and discussions on latest

HARTU bachelor's degree from New York Ltjg(, ) 'Cyrus Arfa. first Cha- operating procedures of the P2V
Cept.Comdr.F. H. Holt Commanding Officer University. He also attended the plain of the Jewish faith Jo be Neptune patrol bomber.It's .
William M. Miller
Executive Officer Herzliah Hebrew Teachers Institute assigned here since WWII. expected. that the team

Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at noxpenie in New York City. Green Cove Springs and May- will be utilized fully during the
to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958.
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, Jewish religious services are port."I. visit for instruction on the Nep-
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air scheduled each Friday at 1930 hope to attain a close relationship tune, and on engines and elec-
Reserve Training Unit end the U. S. Naval Hoipltal. in the Small Chapel, located between with the Jewish com- tronic equipment operation.The .

> Service 'Information Officer - Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnls Jr. All Saints and St. Ed- munity in town and I plan to
factory team, to consistof
Assistant Service Information Officer Andrew H. Planey ward's Chapels. work extensively with the Arm-
Editor-Gordon Robbie Feature Editor-Mae Spencer, JO1; Staff Reporten-Sandy a test pilot, flight engineerand
Martinson, JOSN Sam Bowman, SN. Photographer-Joy Beccarrl, PH2. Office hours for counseling and ed Services Committee of the electronics technician, has

The Jax Air Newt la a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material advice are weekdays from 0800 Jewish Welfare Board," related ,' been made available to Atlantic
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit It given. Photographs, to 1600. Chaplain Arfus will also the chaplain upon his recent arrival Fleet Naval Air Force activities
wnleii otherwise credited, are offldt'' U. c, Navy here.Coin.
Photographs. be administering to the needs of flying the Neptune.The .
Editorial! 9ffce| /J9ceted In Room 230 Main Administration Bvilding. Phone extensions -
8to4, oio, VI or 116. Jewish populations at Cecil Field, team recently concluded a

Operated swing through the Pacific Fleet

Cadet Choir .. .. and was well received, accord-
ing to sources.

Must :/ Laundry Due

Keep 'q, NATTU.=
AlW" '
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PaceThe .
Busy .Ao. )
will
'V bring more to
f -> ,
.' ;.t', 41.J ...
: i"fIIII' ."'- ._ .,.. enlisted men' at NAS Jax than
..."
35-voice ( '. .V..i; ;' Chirstmas leave and the usual
Naval Air !
t1. f- ..
'
celebrations it will also
Training Command Choir Lp .j\ holiday ; -

from NABTC Pensacola, ,, "",: ,:.v:;.:'. ,'..1, .. .... '. bring a new convenience.The .
: ;
which visited NAS Jax for f : i : Navy Exchange is now

the Station's 20th anniversary, it,.., :' .:* : t .\ I i' :x x.xf. : installing a new coin-operated
has quite a heavy schedule.The laundry facility, between bar-
}
Choir, nicknamed the : .it ( racks G and H.

'Naviators a voluntary organ- : ", i At present, there' are perma- Aviation Ordnanceman. School.
.. ... .., .
.
"
ization '
'
composed of Naval in office has
Avia- ; '. :: "' t.' nent washing machines each -AO School personnel
tion Cadets, Marine ,Aviation .. ,:1 \t l"' barracks and a few dryers. but announced that the school's*
Cadets and Navy and Marine "'t ,' : '::. ';; \ they are inadequate. The new honorman for the week of Oct.

officers. consolidated laundry area will 10 was H. -Lindsay, A A.

EVEN THOUGH the group has have 22 all-new washing ma- *

from 15 to 20 singing engage- chines and 8 gas-fire dryers. Aviation .Electrician's .Mate

ments a year, the Cadets must The Linen Issue Room, pre- School-AE "B" School gives a

keep up their training schedulesand sently located in barracks E, welcome aboard for Lt (jg)

flight hours. All practicingand will also be removed and relocated Hiroshi Kobayashi, of the Mari-

tours are done on their i in the new coin-operated time Self Defense Force.

spare time. .H.... .. .............. "'n...
laundry room. Class 6025 graduated from
The singing Cadets tour the 48 SINGING CADETS Shown Is the 35-member Naval Air
The installation, tentatively "A" School last Friday and Class
continental states and Canada Training Command choir from NABTC Pensacola which enter-
tained the large crowd on hand for dedication ceremonies for set. to be in operation by the 6042 convened Monday. Class
visiting military establishmentssuch Adm. John Towers Field at NAS Jax last week. The choir,
first of December, is not a new 6020 graduated Oct. 14 with 16
as NAS Jax. directed by Lt. John Rusch an aviation' instructor, is composedof
in the class. Honorman was
function of Navy Exchanges."The men
Known as the 'A Capella' group NavCads MarCads, and Navy and Marine officers. '
because they sing without mu- aim of Navy Exchangeis Pvt. Royce Ward.

sical accompaniment, they have to ,give the most reasonable Honor class for last week was

sung on TV shows as guests of Funds 'Shortage Reduces price to enlisted men," said a Class 6032, winning: the honor

Ed Sullivan, Steve Allen, Perry spokesman for Navy Exchange. for the third time.

Como and Dave Garroway besides .

participating in several Travel Orders For NavyWashington <:: -
Miss America pageants.
"
THE CHOIR was originally (AFPS-The) Navy has sharply curtailed ':';; >' ; i.lt;{} :fJi+ i af2W1
formed as a Protesetant church most forms of travel due to budgetary limitations.At .. y
choir singing regularly at the present, travel funds limitations I Y'
NAS Pensacola Chapel. travel were:
allocated to fleets are
Four groups make up the Choir: "several million dollars short of Reduce to a minimum purely

bass, baritone, first and second bare minimum requirements," administrative travel.
tenor, and are directed by Lt. Make maximum use of military := .
the Navy has told all installa- *
John M. R use h instructor at tions. transportation where sav- : f : ; .utj :

Naval School of Pre-flight Train- SECRETARY OF the Navy ings will accrue to the govern- ,,' .'+'............ 'S I

ing.At William B. Franke in his mes- ment.
the NAS Jax dedication cere- AVOID ISSUING temporary
monies held here last Friday, the sage pointed out that "all pos- additional duty orders involving .
sible efforts will be made to
Cadets sang such songs as the .weekend layovers or leave.
ease the burden on operatingforces"
National Anthem, Navy Hymn, Reduce where possible deployed -
and listed several actionsto .
,
.Anchors Aweigh, Marine Hymn units drawing per diem al- .x
help the situation.
lowance.
and many others.
That evening, the group sang Specifically, he cited tempor- Critically screen individuals

excerpts from stage plays and ary additional duty, temporary selected to fill school quotas as

church hymns at the George duty and permanent change of well as review the quotas them-

Washington Hotel for the Jack- station moves. selves, andCancel

sonville Chamber of Commerce Local screening boards were conference plans whichdo .

banquet. asked to look over all orders not promise' directly to en- ,. .
< .
involving military or civilian hance fleet readiness. ;
temporary additional duty. I
TIDE TABLETides
>
also asked the Sam: "On right lion : fi:
MR. FRANKE my was a fY
at Atlantic Beach: ....f: ) far: __ _
Marine Corps to "critically re- on my left a tiger, in front of me H
HIGH LOW NAVY TO ARMY-Mrs. Mildred Erdman. Red Cross Hoi-
view" travel require- and behind me were wild boars..
projected
pital Field Director receives
A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. fond farewell from Capt. William
ments for the balance of fiscal Jake: "Goodness, what did you L. Engelman. Naval Hospital commanding officer. Mrs. Erdman.
8:12 8:30 1:49: 2:21:
Fri. :
: year 1961 and report findings by do?" who has been working at the Hospital since December of 1957
Sat. 8:57: 9:17: 2:32: 3:08: Oct. 15.Other. Sam: "Nothing. The merry-go- is being transferred to the Martin Army Hospital at Ft. Ben-
Sun. 9:45: 10:07: 3:18: 3:57: ning Ga. Chiefi-of-Siaff of the Hospital Staff Council were
actions ordered to curb round stopped. also present for the occasion.I .

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ANNIVERSARY HIGHLIGHTS Two days of both a formal military dedication and a carnival-like atmosphere of a big air show highlighted the 20th Anniversary
Celebration of NAS Jax last weekend. Some 75,000 persons attended the air show Saturday. Friday, several hundred military personnel, dignitaries and invited guest
watched Mrs. John H. Towers unveil a plaque naming the air field here John Towers Field. ((1)) Vice Adm. Maurice Sheehy, ChC. USN (ret) delivers invocation at
the dedication. ((2)) Mrs. John H. Towers and family get first-hand look at the impressive bronze plaque. ((3)) Vice Adm. Wallace M. Beakley DCNO for Operationsand
Fleet Readiness, unveils portrait of Adm. John H. Towers while Capt. James R. Reedy, NAS Jax C.O. looks on. (4)) Marshall Mazyck, PR3, of NAS Parachute Loft,
adjusts high altitude full pressure suit on "model. ((5)) First local public showing of the carrier-based high altitude attack bomber A3J-1. ((6)) The N2S, basic trainer
used by services prior to WWII. ((7)) Enjoying themselves are two of many tots at the air show. Here they peer out of the MK-20 life raft. ((8)) Little girl enjoys a
swing while a photographer snaps her picture. ((9)) George Kona tries out a helmet in a Marine Landing Vehicle Tracked Model P-5. while M/Sgt. George Decker I&I
Staff Second Amphibian Tractor Co. lends helping hand. ((10)) Atlas Titan. Thor and Snark missile display. (11)) VAP-62 shows off it's A3D. ((12) Lacretia Ann Lush-
er, daughter of an O&R employee, tries out the pilot seat of a VA-44 F9F Cougar while Ensign Paul Meinhardt looks on.



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4 JAX AIR NEWS 20 October 1960


VP..16 Cecil Field Puts

Plays Big Role Open House In

Y ,. ,
} In Of MoraleJust iiic j"i 0l
Boosting Navy Day PlansA


after daylight, a P2V Neptune patrol plane from Navy Day Open House pro-

Patrol Squadron 16 makes contact with a friendly.. submarinesome gram Sunday at NAS Cecil Field
400 miles at sea. will mark the first time that the

The patrol plane commander Sennet, this episode ends one of public has ever been invited

speaks into his radio, "Widow the oldest myths that experi- aboard the master jet base.

this is Galaxy Four; Standby to enced crews have been pulling on Gates to the station are due to

receive mail buoy." And aboard "boat sailors" since days of sail- open at 1200 Sunday and events

the sub, the bull horn rings out ing vessels. \ will start at 1330 with a demon-

"Prepare to pick up mail buoy." When a salty sailor now tellsa }t\k :. stration by the Fire Division

THE NEPTUNE flying at 150 young recruit to stand the. I'i' showing various fire fighting

feet, maneuvers slightly aheadof "mail buoy lookout," normallyon ] methods and equipment.A .

the surfaced sub. The c&ft's the darkest, stormy midwatch, I helicopter rescue of a downed -

bomb bays open and a brightred the youngster will probably take St. aviator will be simulated
can attached to a miniature around 1500. In
addition
his post without question. to the
parachute floats downward. .t demonstrations
there will be
Instead of
watching the
sea,
Aboard the submarine, two -- static displays.
sailors wearing Mae West life however, he will undoubtedly be MAIL CALL NEAR-W. D. Faint. (left) AN. attaches mail
preservers and equipped with a searching for a friendly eptune buoy to a shackle in the bomb bay of P2V as Lijg() ) Fred Holt. Putting equipment on display
plane commander holds the packed miniature parachute and will be the Fire Division, Crash
long boat-hook from the
emerge to zoom out of the blackenedsky prepares to attach the static line to the fuselage. When over Crew Medical Dept., Ordnance
conning tower. They make their and actually place a mail the drop area, the canister falls free and the static line causes Division, and VFP-62.
way to the bow of the undersea the 'chute to open. The can painted bright red, then floats
craft. buoy. into the sea. gently to the sea to be picked up by a walling vessel. Parking has been arranged at
.,. ..
.onnoUnnn. on .nUn. the
As the submarine slides up to ------ Municipal Parking Lot in

the bobbing red can which has downtown. Jacksonville for persons -
landed safely on the ocean's --- FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION not wishing to drive to

surface, the two men engage the Cecil Field. Buses will leave the
a
shroud lines with the boathookand y parking lot, circle Hemming

: .. .. .., LOYALTY Park and
bring the can aboard. { A. : s. proceed to the air
INSIDE THE submarine the V" run .UIIVI d station.
AffOC1Ar10NUsN t
mail buoy is opened and the 0\ First bus is expected to leave

latest daily newspapers and periodicals c., M from the parking lot at 1230 and
are distributed to excited \'c o / "t the last at' 1330. First bus back to

crew members.An t town is due to leave Cecil at

unusual and intriguing way 1600. Cost of the trip will be 50
of keeping abreast of latest world Regular meeting of Branch 126 cents each way.:

events, antics in the UN, the er- is scheduled to be held tonight

ratic stock market and sporting (Thursday) at 2000 at the meeting

events, but an effective' way all hall at 4530 120th St., i in '

the same. Yukon. IfYaAsk ,
For Navymen aboard the USS1itk All retired men or officers

from ranks or career enlisted men

.trWv in the regular Navy or Marineson Us
S V at least their second enlist
4 F t 1YT ment are welcome to visit any Do you think that Monday
morning is the worst
T _._, v ..._,....y n," u", 00'...._...._.._ -.----. ..... .......mnnn.n....... meeting and become a shipmatein morningof
I FRA. the week? That
BUOY DELIVERY LfJg( ) Robert Truax, (left) I was the
YP-13' Avi4lion: Equipment Officer displays waterproof canister Slogan for Branch 126 this question asked this week by the
Led with latest newspapers and periodicals as William Carter year is "Every member get at Jax Air News'
Dear Editor Jr. PHI, shows miniature parachute he constructed for least one new member\this year." Roving Reporter.
special delivery of the "VP-16 Mail Buoy." The 'chute retardsthe "Monday
Last month .r.
We would like to express our fall and prevents the can from crushing upon impact with again showed an up : ; morning is alright -
sincere, appreciation to the fol- the sea after being dropped from a P2V Neptune patrol aircraft. ward trend in membership.Rear k
The device is used to send mail to ships at sea. Adm. Winston E. Folk, Friday is
.
lowing people: '
Ret., said the U. S. should fallback the worst with

To Capt. William L. Engelman, VA-176 Sister CVG-10 on the Monroe Doctrine to uL555 me because I

commanding officer, U. S. Naval throw out "the alien regime i in am anxious to
Hospital Jax and his staff for Cuba" if necessary.In end the working -

the surgery and care given to our Units Due Home SoonAboard a speech to the Southeast i: ;< .;:;;{, week."

baby. Region Caucus of Fleet Reserve .... James A. Helms,

the USS Shangri La- clubs held recently, Adm. ,Helms FA Air Ter-
To the Navy Relief for its kind- tactical air of minal.
support NATQ
Folk
Carrier Air Group Ten is due to went on to say that Cubais
ness and for help with hospital ground forces. This was the first the
launch at sea early tomorrow place to hand Communism "No1suall
bills. Also for making it possibleto time that U. S. aircraft operatingoff
a major defeat.
and
(Friday) fly hometo NAS I am resting
take the baby to Washington, carriers had
in the Atlantic Several
Jax members of
and NAS Cecil Field after Branch up for the beginning -
D. C. for further treatment.To .
been used in such a role. 126 attended
seven weeks on NATO maneuversin the caucus, held of the
all the wonderful peopleof the Norwegian Sea aboard WHEN SWORD THRUST II at Chattanooga, Tenn. working week.
terminated on Sept. 30, some 44 *
this
the NAS Jax Administration attack carrier. Friday : .
morning :::',
:
.r
Department who were so kind The Air Group, commanded by targets had been designated and Unit 91 of LAFRA is planning is thee :
Comdr. F. W. hit by the Sky Hawks and Sky to hold a spaghetti dinner
and considerate of the welfare of Ault, left Mayport at th worst for me,
our child. Sept. 6 to participate in exer- Raiders.As Fleet Reserve Club 8554 Roosevelt probably because
cises Sword Thrust I and II in Sword Thrust I, flying Blvd., Saturday from 1700to -
God bless you alitSincerely which involved more than 60 weather was considerably less 2100. I like my Taylor
than ideal and pilot skill work." Amy Taylor Navy Ex
yours ships, some' 400 carrier-based was Tickets may be purchased from
aircraft and numerous land- again put to the test of day and the Club for the donation of one change.

C. A. Scraheck AN. and based aircraft of the several night carrier operations under dollar each; children, 50 cents. '"Yes, its hardto

Mrs. Scraheck NATO countries participat- IFR (instrument) conditions.In Next scheduled meeting of get up and

ing.SWORD summarizing the overall Branch 91 is set for Oct. 27. go to, work on
Jax USO Club Planning THRUST I began achievement of both exercises, Anyone interested in joining the .t Monday morn-
;
Halloween Party FridayA Sept. 21 when the A4D Sky Vice Admiral H. T. Deutermann, branch should contact Carl Smithat i ing. However,
Hawks of VA-12 and VA-106 Commander Striking Fleet At- extension 559.
*: not if its payS
Halloween Party has been
and the AD Sky Raiders of VA- lantic, said,
day
morning
or
planned for tomorrow night
176 were launched into cold, "The successful completion of ;"' .
Friday
(Friday) at the Jacksonville USO : morn-
Club, 331 W. Forsyth St. There grey skies over the Norwegian Sword Thrust I and II by unitsof THIS WEEK'SBRAINTWISTER 'Y- ..}rtr ing. Lane A.
Sea for strikes at targets in the Atlantic Striking Fleet ian I Holstun AN
,
,
will be games, prizes and refresh Holstun
ments. Norway Denmark and the Uni- outstanding achievement in i O & R.
ted Kingdom.By the history of the NATO alli If of all his
A disc jockey show with JoAnn dusk on Sept. 22 the exer- ance." money Perkins "Definitely !
.George as mistress of spent one-third and $35 more, After
cere- cise objectives had been met and CAG-10, including the officers a couple
monies, is slated every Wednes- and this left him one-fourth and of days off it
Shangri-La and her air group and men of VA-176 which is i
day night at the Club, from 2030 headed south for a rendezvouswith home-based at NAS Jax, enjoyeda $345, how much money did Perkins is hard to get '

to 2230. replenishment forces at sea short visit to Southampton, have originally? back in the

The USO is open daily from in preparation for Sword ThrustII England, then sailed for home (Answer on Page 4)) swing of work- :: <

0900 to 2300. When at the Beach, in the Bay of Biscay. for a period of concentrated i ing. Theyshould

you're invited to visit'' the CVG-10 flew several strike training to prepare for a Mediterranean Daffynishuns: Horse Sense cut

Beaches USO, 610 Oceanfront, missions against targets in sev- deployment in early the kind of sense that keeps Mondays out."
Jacksonville Beach. eral NATO nations, simulating 1961. Edward Sturgeon
horses from. betting on humans. 0 & R.. SturgeonPage



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Air Force Off Wins .
Steady Shooting

To Fast Start


w 2 / N ., >. #> e1l o vK > .1
T ,1p Yv
In Touch t! T T TO >H T.
l LoopDefending Golf Title For JenkinsAn


ll champion 679th Air old story was repeated on the NAS Jax golf course

l Force has gotten off to a good last weekend as Tommy Jenkins, City Amateur championand

start in the 1960 Mainside touch the steadier shotmaker all the way, won the first 20th

} football chase, holding two winsin anniversary NAS Jax Invitational Tourney.

) as many outings. Jenkins, one of the many local
which would have been good
y yk civilian linksters who enteredthe
And the Airmen's goal-line is + for second place among the "big
I two-day event, had the low
unscathed. The 679th
picked upa boys." Smith was one of the first
6-0 score over VAP-62 then a est final round score of any
Ply to make the top numerical
blanked VA-15, 4-0, on a coupleof q s championship division entrant flights and barely missed being,
safeties. and the second lowest round on
placed in the championship divi-
l opening day, pointing up the fact
VP-18 is sticking with the sion when parings were made..
that steadiness long
goes a way
high-flying 679th, and also boastsan in winning a tournament. ""B" bracket winner in the first

unbeaten mark in two games. flight was Jax Navy's Curtis

The Patrolmen tripped Supply, THE HANDSOME 26-year- Thurman, with 8074156. Win-
old's card read like this: 73-74
r of the second flight "A1"
12-7, then downed Hospital, 14-0. ner
I 147, allowing him to finish three title was Tom Greenwood of

Aircraft Maintenance won its strokes ahead of his nearest opponent NATTUnit, with 73-85 158,
first of the year by tripping -- big Bill Scarbrough of Harold
"HEY BALL. WHERE YA' COIN'=Might be thought while "B" winner was
FAETU and VAP-62 won its your the host club. Scarbrough had
t when seeing the ball, (far right) apparently zooming into space. Williams with a 172 on rounds of
I first by drubbing VA-44, 26-13, The center snap was not erratic, however, and the back got identical rounds of 75 for a 150. 87 and 85. .1
in the highest scoring battle of the ball easily. This odd ihot by the camera made it seem Ray Terry of Timuquana CC
the young season.Administration different. The game is the Administration..VP.30 touch foot Guido Ruscetta nosed out Pete
k ball encounter played last week at Enterprise Field in Main. took third place with a 151 on Gushanas and W. J. Stephensfor
also broke into side League activity. The Admen went on to down the Patrol rounds Qf 74-77! Medalist Jack third flight "A" honors witha
the win column men, 60.FLIER. McCormack also of
with a victoryover Timuquana, 161 on rounds of 82 and 79.

hapless VP-30, 6-0. The lat- :: ;; t'* .... <......." .."; : J1 :t sky-rocketed to a closing roundof "B" bracket honor want to H. P.
ter club is yet to win after three t "'<: ''> W-: 81 after leading the field witha Barksdale who fashioned fine
games. i;, ? :::. ;: :.: \ ) 71 on Saturday. His 152 was a
,I;: ..Z. rm if$ fL'i '. DflDii;;: < 83-82-162.
: still good enough for fourth spot?
,
: : : : Other winners included: Fourth

I Cieplinski SecondIn 'f"ratffi't"; .I : ; Jenkins, a member of Brent- flight "A"-T, A. Wilkinson, 78-
wood CC
& 4t1J toured the 6,618-yard 77-155; "B"-Len Wallaco-89-
?& ;; par 72 course in one-under pat
: ;: :t : + 86-175. Fifth flight "A"-M. L.
Regional Match from the eighth hole through the Tabor, 82.89-171; "B"-C. B.

18th in Sunday's wrap-up round. Adams, 91.88-179; 'Sixth flight
BASKETBALL
Game THE CHAMPIONSHIP flight "A"_A. L. McAtee, 90-86-176;
Tenpin PlayA "B" title was taken by John "B"-J. M. Parks, 93-93 -186;

Dombroski with a card of 77-74- Seventh flight "A" >- Tommy
Navy bowler, Vic Ciep- OPENER NEARINGIf
linski of VA-44 151, same score as Scarbrough'stitle Tompkins, 88-91-179, and "B"
came throughfor
second place in the North October plans are fulfilled in February, the Jax Navy bracket runner-up tally. -Bill Broderick, 10197199.

Florida BPAA Match Game Fliers will be rated near the top of the service pack. First flight "A" bracket was IN FRIDAY'S Pro-Am Tour-

Bowling Championship Tourney Some 20 candidates are being won by C. C. Smith: (7674150)EQUIPMENT ) ney, which preceded the Invitational -

last weekend at the Plaza Lanes. put through daily workouts to Pensacola, Eglin AFB and Mem i championship honors

Cieplinski, who led the ten- be rounded into shape tor the phis Navy. FOR I were grabbed by the team of
opening Nov. 22 againstthe Among collegiate fives dicker Selva Marine pro Norrie Wright,
field game
man after the first day of GEAR ROOM ASKEDThe
ing for a place on the Flier I and amateurs Wallace Nolan,
the two-day event, was lockedIn Ft. Gordon Signalaires.ELI .
schedule are JU, Florida Southern gear room at Mainside Dick Van Kleeck and Jack Kain
a rugged battle with winner MARICICH, in, his first ,
Special Services needs restocking
and the U. of Florida Frosh with a score of 63. Wright led
Jack
Davis
the last day's throughout rolling. much of season at, the Flier reins, is hold- Special Services Officer, Lcdr. reports Lcdr. Charles his team and picked up a double

ing drills each week night from Charles Hooper, and athletic director Hooper, NAS Jax Special eagle on the 510-yard fifth hole.
Twelve games were bowled Services
on Officer.
1930,to 2200 at Mainside gym. Frank McCaffrey are Another outstanding shot of
both Saturday and with
Sunday
Anyone with athletic equip
working overtime in pulling all the three-day's of
Maricich reports that newcomers golf was the
Davis
registering total of 4891
a ment have furtheruse
they no r
stops to lift Jax Navy basketball hole-in-one achieved
by first
pins for a good 203.8 are always welcome to try
for
average are being urged to
back to the prominence it held flight participant Ramer Bud-
while Cieplinski downed 4723 out for a berth on the club.' in the early 1950s.Guantanamo. donate this to the gear room. reau, who aced the third holeon

sticks for a 196 average. An attractive schedule, of from All equipment in usable Saturday.

Davis and Cieplinski, along 30-35 games, is being worked out Golf shape, such as golf clubs and
with' women's champion, Mrs. bags, tennis racquets, ball bats
to provide Jax Navy fans with
Margaret Damato, will enter the and gloves, and any other
State BPAA Tourney, in Lake top-flight basketball entertian- Meet AnnouncedAnnouncement gear are needed to replenishthe IM SPORTS

Worth next month. ment. has been made supply of equipment on

Cieplinski rolled a 279 game as GAMES ARE expected to be of the .sixth annual GuantanamoBay hand for use by military per DOCKETBOWLING I

the top indiyidual game effort lined up with such services foes Invitational Golf Tourna- sonnel.
ment to be held at the Cuban Thursday, Oct. 20
during the
Regional tourney. I as Parris Island, Fort Gordon. 1730
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base Nov. 10-13.
<, FAETU 'B' vt A/C Maint.
All male golfers in the armed Hawks vt VP-30 'B'

Many Games Seem EasyTo forces, either regular or reserve, 679th vi ComfalrJax 'B'
2000
are eligible to participate in this Disbursing 'B' vi Open.AUW .

event. Supply 'B' vi Dental 'B'
Pick Grid PanelAn
By Competeition will be held in 0&RvsVP-1B
Monday, Oct. 24
amicable agreement seems to have been reached by the Air the Open Division, over the 72- 1730
hole medal play route; the Hand- Dispensary vi A/C Malnt. 'A'
News panel of football game pickers as the outcome of six of the

15 games on this weekends agenda is picked as unanimous.Sam icap Division, also over 72-holes Hornets Hospital vi vi Opera Waves ORD'B'

Bowman, with 36 right picks for the season, leads the with medal scores used, in addi- 2000

regular'panel of three, with Frank McCaffrey having 35 out of 45 tion to full handicaps, and Sen- Grocers vi Holy Rollers
ior Division.To Marine vi VP-30 Owl Hoots
picks right and the Editors trailing with 32 right choices. Cherry Pickers vi Dental 'A'

Guest picker this week is Andrew Planey, Assistant Service enter the latter division, Wednesday, Oct. 26

Information Officer. Games include: Colgate-Yale; PrincetonCornell a person must have reached his 1730
before start of the Disbursing! 'A' vi Waves 'A'
40th birthday
; Penn St.-Illinois; Purdue-Iowa; Minn.-Mich.; .Nebraska-Colo.; NARTU
Wisc.-Ohio St.; Clemson-Duke; Florida-LSU; Tulane-Ga. Tech; tourney. This will also be medal MARTD vi vi Alley WAR Kati

Ole Miss-Ark.; Texas A&M-Baylor; San Jose St.-Ariz St.; Wash.- play over 72-holes. .2000

Oregon St., and Small School Sleeper. Miami (Ohio-Ohio U. Supply 'A' vi" FAETU 'A'
Cougars The Raiders
vi
BOWMAN. EDITORS MAC PLANEY Wives' Bowling League Butchers vi A/C Malnt. 'B'
Yale Yale Yale Yale TOUCH
Princeton Princeton Princeton Princeton Leaders Drop ContestsThe Thursday FOOTBALL .
Illinois Penn St. Illinois Illinois VA-15 vi VA-44
Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Fences and Hi Balls, lead- Friday
Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota ers in Enlisted Men's Wives 679th vi VP-30
Nebraska Colorado Nebraska Nebraska
.
Ohio St. Wisconsin Ohio St. Ohio St. Bowling League play, both drop- w) VAP-62 Monday
Clemson Duke Clemson Duke ped decisions last week. CHAMPION Winner of the vi FAETU
LSU LSU Florida LSU first annual NAS Jax Invitational Admin. Tuesday
Ga. Tech Ga. Tech Tulane Ga. Tech The losses, however, didn'talter Golf Tourney is Tommy vi Supply

Miss. Miss. Miss. Arkansas the standings much with Jenkins, (above) City Amateur VA-15 vi Wednesday A/C Malnt.
Baylor Baylor Baylor Baylor the Hi Balls ((13-8) in first place champion who put together VOLLEY BALL
San Jose St. Ari. St. Arl. St. San Jose St. steady rounds of 73-74 for first
and the Fences next with a 12-9 Monday, Oct. 24
Washington Washington Washington Washington place prize. Jax Navy's Bill 1115-ComfairJax vt VA-44
Ohio U. Ohio U. Miami ((0.) Oho U. mark. Scarbrough was runner-up. 1215-VP-J6 vi VP.30t



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CIVIL SERVICE lEFor: (, $lfied;


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J News In ReviewThe II Avail. In March-3: Sale bdrm! 2 bath, utll,
I kf
rm, icrn. por., itor spa Idicpd, fen yd,
I near tchlt chur & ihp cen by owner.R. .
White House will release' that lower-grade Federal Classi- M. Trede Jr SP 1-0776)

in December fied jobs in the clerical, steno- Equlty-4 bdrm 2 bath, hdwd fit, ten.
a long-awaited report -
heat, shade trees, spa, Ig end gar, convto
comparing salaries of Fed- graphic and typist fields usuallypay u NAS Jax & Cecil Field. Lcdr F. R.

eral classified employee jobs as high or higher than many i $ Pollard, Ext. 8363/427 or SP 13178.
with Ortega Hilli-4 bdrm, 2 bath, sep din
with those in industry. comparable industry jobs,
TIIr. rm, Ig llv rm, hdwd fin, ten heat, end
Compiled by the Bureau of some exceptions.. gar, fen yd, shown by appt. Lt. J. P.

Labor Statistics which makes the Barreca, EV 74033. ,
A BILL CAME up in the last Cedar Hilli-3 bdrm 2 bath, hdwd
comparison for the first time, the which would firs, Fla. rm, util rm, carport, Ig cor It.
session of
Congress
report could have an important It. John Wathchytlon' SP 1-0999.

influence in the, future fixing of grant optional social security Cedar Hill*-3 bdrm, 2 bath sep din
Government employee salaries. coverage to federal workers in rm, low mo pymts. ltg(/ ) R. J. Dickens,
addition to the regular contribu- nt SP 14020.
.. Hooie-for rent or tale, 2 bdrm, elee
The survey was made in 60 retirement in : .
system now a
tory :
kit, $60 per mo or good buy. Black
major industrial areas throughout effect. Creek at Middleburg, Fla. A. D. Culver,
the, U. S., surveying 1600 EV 8-3239 or EL 48588.
companies comparing federal The Social Security Adminis- Lake Shore-2 bdrm, kit, sep kin rm,

professional and.managerial jobs tration has opposed granting the K HKiO4h .., ............v._--------. patio, attach gar, cl to ichli & on but
coverage on an optional basis, UNUSUAL OCCURRENCE-During the sea familiarization line, $10,300 FHA approved, $350 down,
with those in industry and 6,300 cruise undertaken last weekend by Naval Air Technical Train- cor It. Mri. Edwards, EV 89065.
establishments in comparing Fed-I but is perfectly willing to cover ing Unit personnel aboard the USS Hunt, Catholic Mass was For Rent

eral clerical and related positions government workers on a man- said by Father John Sutton. Mass was held in the mess hall of Furn Gar Apt-1 bdrm, diet: kit, tile
in I datory basis only. the ship and according to the Hunt's crew, to have a priest bath, hdwd fin, $70 per imo, clean
industry. aboard for aMss is unusual. (See story in col. 1)) 5039 Palmer Ave. EV 90540.
It has not yet been decided I Endorsing the .resolution call- Trailer Space-Ig prl It, gar, water,
ing for adoption of optional concrete patio, near Cecil Field. EV
whether the report will be limit-i
coverage are the American Fed- Indoctrination Lecture 7.5446 or EV 83091.
ed to general conclusions about
House Trailer-2 bdrm, gal cook & .
eration of Government
Employees -
findings, or whether specific pro- heat, no water bill, renter pays light
posals will be sent to the new and the National Society of bill, prl. It, 37,' $60 per mo or If leased
Federal Employees, but the Gives Newcomers Aid one year will rent for $50 per mo.
in for
Congress January chang-
unions A. B. Herrod, Cecil Field Opt. Ext., 317or
postal are -
powerful opposed
ing the Federal pay structure. home 737.Leasefor .
Command indoctrination lectures are becoming more
to the plan. ,
6 months,-3 bdrm, 2 bath,
The report is expected to reveal : and more prevalent for persons newly reported for duty at comp furn, new, no children under 12 &
the
that salaries for government The Postal group opposes various Navy commands and the Naval Air Technical TrainIng no pets, avail Nov. 24 or 25, $150 per

professional and managerial posi- bill on two counts; the cost of :Unit here i is no exception.The '. mo with $25 returnable if no damage.
L
.
tions generally lag behind those the 't wo retirement systems lecture given all new- Marvin Hovel SP 11171.

in Industry, although not in all ((6%% for retirement and 3% comers to NATTUnit Ship'sCompany that Florida is the "Sunshine 1 Unfurn-4 sml child.rm no hie dogs., $45'EV adults 92874.or with

cases. It is also expected to show for Social Security) is more than is conducted by' the State" but not too many in the 1960 Model Mobile Home-2 bdrm,

postal workers can afford; they state for the first time are aware 10'x46Freemans Trailer Pk. Boughman,
Legal Officer, chaplains, Special
also fear an ultimate merging of that the state is great for prod- Ext. '8643.
Teen Club Needs Services Officer, corpsmen and This 'n' That
the two retirement systems witha ucing mildew.By .
even by a safety engineer. Passenger Wanted-motor trip to San
Adult VolunteersInterested consequent weakening of the the time personnel may Diego, Calif, female preferred, must
PURPOSE OF the lecture is to
more liberal Civil Service sys- learn of this, several sets of have drivers license & be willing to help
acquaint the new man in the drive, ref req. Mildred Summers, RA
in lending a helping tem. blues and 'whites are perhaps 5-4615.
command with local base rules
hand to the station's teenagers ruined. The lecture enables per-
I and regulations, and to tell of
The NAS Jax ,Teen Club needs Marriage be a union between sons to learn of this fact early
may some of the things he may encounter .FEDERAL.DIVISION
adults for sponsors of it's activi and to take proper steps to fight
two people but the hus
while civilians.
ties. If a roll of permanent chaperones among mildew reaction on clothing and NEAR CC-UF GOAL

is built up, parents would band usually ends up paying all For instance, most persons I personal gear. (Continued from Page 1))

need serve only one Saturday the dues. reporting to NATTUnit know THE SAFETY engineer em- who have not been given the
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night every few months from phasizes many things of vital opportunity to contribute, it
g.** ** wvW7I iJT1f
1930 to 2230. ** "**" Xrf importance in this field. He reminds is reported. Donations are

The Club was formed in early v/**.>. vy;74*. ; **VREGIONAL*: personnel to adhere to being urged on "one's fair

1960 by Capt. and Mrs. Damon R+ W.y: :}.>S .Y;x bx ,]\[ 6 ogr.. ,vsr "No Smoking" signs and to drive share" or, the individual's

Cooper. It was started with the 4 A w safely. ability to give.
.
cooperation of 0" Wives,Navy : ;\. ; ; :.:.rr : VE >.0.: 'vw Chaplains inform the men of The pledge aspect of the

Wives No. 86, CPO and Marine +': .3'1Ct'f,1? s tY,;+j 1 .. ... yrt r..x..w .:.+nYox when and where services of all campaign has won wide ap-
>
Wives Clubs.It :;' 'ri;< tiVi f3' 9.Hr5 y: 4.; ryx K; peal. It'is possible to pledge
:'.r': xiix}'aM' t;>:pr.ek:+!6..+.. <:XIK+ +sAx d rK ac ;:A } wof faiths are held in the area and
officially opened in July in N r +: 3 rn 31>g fAY< R K'': }i.y; aboard the Station. Corpsmen and pay on a monthly, quar-

Bldg. 804 located behind the officer relate the importance of the : terly, or semi-annually basis;

apartments.The Navy's medical program. or personnel can contributecash
if they wish.
group holds dances every The functions of a Special Ser-
Forty agencies, all of them
Saturday night. Membership is vices Department are told the worthwhile
are beneficiariesof
open to dependent children only, newcomers. The departmentmakes contributions to the CC-

from 13 to, 17 years of age. possible the checking out UF.

of various kinds of athletic and

sporting equipment and arranges -.---....-
SeaFam Cruise 11 -l- Lw special trips to places of interest s

throughout the year.

Gives NATTU Whet) a person leaves King

Hall after attending an indoc-

Men 'Sea Legs'The trination lecture, he usually is

well on the way to becoming a

fifth of NATTUnit's sea '11I1> "No.;'_ part of this area.

familiarization cruises for non- SALES CONFERENCE-Capt. James R. Reedy
NAS Jax commanding officer, addresses opening session of the '4. ''RY ei
rated held last week- yc
men was Consolidated Sales Conference
Regional held last week by the
end. The cruise was taken aboard Consolidated Surplus Sales Office. He discussed the formationof

the USS Hunt. the Offices throughout United States under a program
I developed recently by the Dept. of Defense. Left to right are
As the ship put to sea, the Com .r. Louis Hansley Oinc. CCSO; Capt. Reedy; T. E. For i nx r ttsgbs

men of NATTUnit were "turned rest. Supervisory Property Disposal Officer, and Capt. B. L. I #

to" handling lines, chipping McCreery, Assistant NAS Supply Officer. l' ..: ; ,,'


paint room. and Some working worked in in the,the engine gal- i Fleet Air Wing 11 To Inspect VP-16 planned The Harvest to beheld Moon tomorrow Ball is


ley, some on gun mounts'and The Staff of Commander Fleet (Friday) from 2000 to 2400 at the
still others were busy readyingthe He will S. L. { 3' YLp
inspector. be assisted Club
Air Wing 11 is scheduled to holdan by Chiefs: patio.
ship for sea. I
Administrative/Material Inspection Capt. Murlin W. Alley, Chief Attire will be tropical white

After noon chow, the NAAT- % of one of its ,units, VP- Staff Officer of FAW-11. long uniform or coat and tie.
Unit personnel observed firing of
the ship's fiveand threeinchguns. 16, from Oct. 24 to 26. Annual AdministrativeMaterial A Halloween Dance is slatedto

be held at the club Oct.
An ABC drill was held I The inspection will cover all Inspections are conducted: on
29 from 2030 to 0030. This will
departments and activities of the
afterward. throughout the Navy to deter-
be
a costume dance and favors
An 0600 reveille Sunday saw squadron, including aircraft mine readiness of a squadron or will be furnished by the club.Answer .

the men witnessing ASW drills maintenance, file and records, unit and to gauge the effectiveness -

and seeing the firing of hedge- condition of equipment and review of its training program. ( ---1 to Braintwister)
of
hogs. Father John Sutton said personnel. Commanding officer of Patrol $912. Subtract sum of 1/3 and LEGS YOU LIKE? If to,

Mass that morning.See Capt. Renfro Turner Jr., Com- Squadron 16 is Comdr. R. F. 1/4 from one; add 35 and 345, ,Mary Moore of TV's "Bourbon

photo above.: mander of FAW-11, will be chief Bishop. i divide by 5/12. Street Beat" teems happy to
decorate anyone's pavement.
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