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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 27, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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It's 'Over The Top' For Federal Division



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Fund Drive



JtlH Goal More



Than Mettolling


of the traditional

victory bell at Tuesday's re-

VoL 18 No. 34 U. S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 27 October 1960 port luncheon at the George
Washington Hotel proclaimeda

rousing success to the Fed-

Monday Is Foreign Navy eral 1961 Community Division's efforts ChestUnitedFund in the

Drive.

ForBewitching Officers Due The Federal Division, of which

Night the Navy is the largest member,

reported ,over the top at 106%

At NAS Jax of its goal of $95,856 with a total

contribution to date of $101,785.The .

Fourteen naval officers from Navy simultaneously announced -

friendly nations, presently attending it also had gone over
Hallowe'en means pumpkinsand pr Mine Warfare Schoolat the top in its self-imposed quota.
candy, cider and dough-
Naval Base Charleston, CAPT. NELSON Head, chair-
nuts and maybe a few soap- S.C. slated to arrive at
are man of the Federal Division,
ed windows to harrass the NAS Jax Friday for a three- made the announcement, which
parents of pint-sized goblins.Just .
visit.
day
was received with a resounding
be glad you didn't The foreign officers, accom-
applause. Dillon Carlton, Federal '
centuries before the dawn of ': panied by Capt. Ellis B. Orr, vice-chairman, tolled the

Christian era! Hallowe'en j1v11 commanding officer of the U. S. bell for the Federal report, while

'celebrated' quite Naval Schools, Mine Warfare, Charles Field, co-chairman of

then, which would make Naval Base Charleston, are due the Navy's drive, rang the bell

sent-day Hallowe'en ( -. to arrive by air at about 1530.A for the Navy.Although .
look rather mild. RECEPTION and dinner In
the Navy reportedover
their honor will be held at the
THE MYSTIC rites and
the top, it is being em-
monies of Hallowe'en Officers' Club Friday at 1800.
were
phasized the drive is not over
Saturday, after a shopping tour
ginally observed
among by any means. Some units still
"t
Druids, centuries before the of downtown Jax, the group
have not completed their cam-
will visit the carrier USS Shan-
of Christ.
ing
paigns and they are being urgedto
gri La at Mayport. Sunday will
The rites were similar to .. continue the example set by
be devoted to sightseeing, .with
Roman festival of Pomona, those units which exceeded their
presided over harvests. TOOK ME TO THEIR LEADER"-The trlck-or- such places as Marineland and quotas. It is hoped that the next
were too much for this creature who decided to St. Augustine on the agenda.
is of will 100
reflect
nameof Hallowe'en report percentfor
in his hands and rest awhile. Exactly what (or The visitors will depart for
tian origin and refers to the- all Navy units.
is is not known but around Halloween any- Norfolk early Monday morning
of All Hallows or All happen. The night of witches, spook and creep THE CONTRIBUTION by military
of the Jax
Oct. 31 Our' advice to you, and Its time-honored Primary purpose .
Day, and civilian of
is to lay in a good supply of candy and other visit, the Navy said, is in furtherance personnel
It was believed among then. of the "People to Peo- Federal agencies was the largest

'Druids that on the eve of ple Program. It will give the (Please turn to Page 6, Col.. 1))

festival of Saman, the lord students an opportunity to visit

death called together the Issues Directive an American city in addition to i CHIEF TAKES

of the wicked that had Charleston and a chance to observe -

comdemned to inhabit bodies Americans going about' the OWN ADVICEBilly

animals. daily business of their lives.
Goods Curtis, AEC, took his
THE BELIEF in the 5)I.
INCLUDED in the foreign own advice today and reen-
of witches is also old. The
group are Capt. L. F, R. E. Petit- listed for six years in the

ent Egyptians and Romans Department's new instructions on the jean and Capt. J. A. Delforge, Navy, working toward his goalof

lieved in witchcraft and of household goods for the military services Belgian Navy; Capt. Meh Ping- a 20-year Naval career.

sands, of women were put and distributed to the field. kun, Chinese Navy; Capt. Hakki Curtis is a member of the
death throughout the ages become effective Turkish Navy Comdr.
Baykiran,
months; and (4)) it must be con- ; I Career Appraisal Team at the
the assumption of sistent with the requirementthat I. A. R. Westergaard, Royal Naval Air Technical Training

John Wesley, in 1768, the provisions of carriers providing excep- Danish Navy; Comdr. Jorge Unit. Purpose of the team is

that disbelief in witches favor the tionally high quality service will Anibal Iriart, Argentine Navy; to "aid and assist in retaining

witchcraft was a proof of He can be offered additional traffic.A Comdr. G. F. A. Bredekamp, career-minded persons".
ism. Before Wesley, King mover or he (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 5))
in 1603 proclaimed that veto will be honored, it was

sons suspected of explained, when based on speci-

should be tortured and put Department I fic (not necessarily personal)

death. out, how prior experience, and when an-

Many of these supersti are certain factors, other equally low cost qualified

beliefs were brought to recognition of an carrier is available.
for a particu-
but
from Europe are
ca
UNDER THE provisions of then
only supported in a
to high
w regulations assure
spirit by young people. listed as (1)) the In
quality service the transpor-
Women were persecuted must be quali-
tation of uncrated household
witchcraft in such early ; must be among the
goods "it is essential that a car-
carriers
cost
can colonies as ;
rier, in the usual conduct of his
Connecticut and Virginia. ( ) him the shipment
business, shall take all necessary
of the executions of witches to be consistent
precautions to insure the safe
place in Salem, the distribution over
and timely arrival of the property -
(Pl.uelum to Page B'CoL ) 12 consecutive "'
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SlatedU It was pointed out that the "
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Seminar
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Shipping new instructions are more specific -

... ... on packing and unpacking
The Military Traffic Manage-
the George Washington Hotel on requirements.For .
ment Agency will hold a House-
Oct. 29, for household goods car-
hold Goods Seminar here, Oct. example, the types of boxes -

2729. The Seminar will consist riers. cartons, barrels, filler ma-
of two sessions. Invitations to attend the Sem- terial, padding and wrapping paper -

They will be held at the Main- inar have been extended to all are taken into consideration.The NEW UNIFORMS? No but these people are getting readyfor
side Theater on Oct. 27 and 28 military installations in the manner of packing spelled the uniform switch set for November 1. On that date en-

for military peopje and civilians southeastern states, Caribbean out on each type of household listed men, other than CPO's, will change to Undress Blue
Bravo while officers will wear Service Dress Khaki with Neck-
concerned with the handling of Area and the Canal Zone. It is effect and also the unloading tie. Enlisted women, will be outfitted in Service Dress Blue

household goods shipments.One expected that nearly 150 people I I and unpacking operation at des- Bravo. Above left to right are Virgil Sullivan, PH3 Beverly

session is scheduled for (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1)) tination point. Coddington, PH3, and Ron Oliver, PH2 all of VFP62.



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1J'ft.}{ p'ff3 Political Activity Do's And Dont's Spelled :




HAl, Jick *.vilUC Out For Civilian Employees In Hatch Act

pt. Jam.. R. Reedy _____ ____________-. Commanding Officer
Comdr. Robert Nl on Executive Office
NAB Six* nt Air JtcluoavlIU During the heated political and of the District tions.
ernment of Of ,
course, as a Federal
bar Adm. K.rm.th Craig Command, campaign currently underway,
Capt. Criyiton H. W.b.r ChIef of Staff, WrJ. have been prominentfrom Columbia, including temporaryand employee you cannot solicit poli-
Capt. Nation M. Hod __ ChIef of Staff, NAB Six queries part-time employees.Q. tical contributions.Q. .
civilian employees regarding -
HM Air Wing IUvt What is the penalty for I have been asked to
Capt. Renfro Turn.r, Jr. ._- __________._____ _________ _- Commands what they can and violation run
Capt. Murlln W. Allay Chief Staff Officer can not do in the realm of ? for public office on a party tic-
Naval Air Technical Training Unit A. Most severe penalty is re- ket. Is this permissible under
Capt. Robert J. fleming' Commanding Officer political activity. moval. Minimum penalty is sus- the Act?

Comdr Marlon K. Smith i Executive Officer Federal workers part of the pension without pay for 90 days.Q. A. No, Federal workers cannotbe
civil serviceare
Naval He*,ttal government career
Capt. William" L Engelman Commanding Officer 'covered under provisions of May I make a campaign candidates for national, state,

Capt. John G. fed. Executive Officer the Hatch Act of 1939 which contribution to my party? county or municipal office fill-

NARTU A. YES BUT you cannot be ed in partisan elections. You
Capt. ,. H. Holt Commanding Officer restricts politicking by such em-
Comdr. required do so. The contribu- may run for local office only in
William M. Miller Executive Officer ployees. Certain state and local
tion cannot be made in a Fed- nonpartisan elections.Q. .
Printed commercially with non-appropriated fund. In Jacksonville, Florida at no government employees also come
eral building or to some other May I serve as an election
expense to the gov.rnm.nt and In compliance with NAVEX05 MS Rev. July 1 1958. under the" Act.
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, HERE ARE answers to ques- employee who is forbidden bylaw official?

Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air tions often asked concerning from accepting contribu- A. Yes, you can serve as an
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital. I election official providing
Martinson, JOSN; Sam Bowman, SN. Photogr.pher-Joy Beccarl, PH2. political activity by civilian em- you go
Service Information Officer Co.mdr. Alex N. Mclnnls Jr. ployees.Q. ,f" ,' }Il\; l: about your duties in an impar-

Assistant Service Information Officer -.._, Andrew H. Planey What groups of Federal "'.\ ....!.{,!fIt#:' ,. Sf', J.\\' J' .f'.,' tial manner. Under no circum-

Editor-Gordon Robbie; Feature Editor-Mae Spencer, J01, Staff Rtport.re-Sancly employees are prohibited from : stances can you serve at the
,
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material active participation in politicsby polls as a checker, challenger,

eppearlng In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs, the Hatch Act? Sunday October 30 distributor or watcher representing -
unless' otherwise credited, offlcM U. '.
art Navy Photographs.
political
a candidateor
A. In general, employees of ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL party,
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone extensions faction.
8164, 656, 272 or 216. the executive branch of the gov- 0830-Service of Worship.
0930-Sunday School, three- a MAY I WEAR campaign

:.; button in the interest of one of
Credit Union year-olds through adults, Building -
Day 722; Adult Bible Class, Small my favorite candidates?

Chapel. A. Yes, if not worn while on

Is Observed By 0930-Service of Worship. duty conducting public business.

1100-Service of Worship. You may also) display political

Jax Navy Unil 1830-Teen-Age, Senior High posters or pictures in the win-

ra and United Fellowship of"Pro- dows of your home or on your

The Jax Navy Federal Credit testants, Building 722 and Small automobile.Q. .

Union observed Credit Union Chapel.ST.. I am a government em-

Day last Thursday by inviting EDWARD'S CHAPEL ployee but my wife isn't. She

Comdr. Robert Nelson, NAS Jax 0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass. wants to help a friend campaignfor

executive officer, to inspect the ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL office. Is this all right?

premises.The 0615Confessions.0630Mass. A. Yes. The Act does not restrict -

local unit is planning expansion .activities of an employee's

of its facilities to accommodate 0930-1015--Java Club. family.

an increase in mem- 1030-Protestant Worship SOME OTHER things an employee -

bership. Christian Science is prohibited from doing

This is the second time within Tuesdays, 1900, Small ChapelJEWISH include: you may not use your au-

the last three years that the Se.. !' tomobile or 'truck to take voters

credit union has outgrown the SERVICES to the polls, except members of

space it occupies.The Small Chapel, bet. All Saints your own family; you may not ;

membership now numbersover and St. Edward's Chapels. distribute campaign material or I

10,000 and assets of the "-' '''-' 1930-Each FridayNational march in a political parade, and ;

credit union have more than CREDIT UNION DAY Comdr. Robert Nelson (second you may not sell tickets or actively -

doubled in the past three from right) NAS Jax executive officer, visits the Jax Navy promote any political ral-
years, Federal Credit Union on International Credit Union Day, October Offices ly dinner.
or
according to CU officials. 20. Gordon King, (left) and Don Moran president and vice-
The adoption of modern, effi- president respectively, of the local organization, explain plan Among the other permissible

cient business methods and pro- for expansion to Comdr. Nelson. Looking on is Mrs. Donald Given Two From activities with regard to politicsare

cedures and the purchase and Breda Office Manager. : you have the right to voteas

installation of modern business you choose and are not relieved -

machines has enabled the credit ladE Jax Wives Club of your obligation as a

union to keep pace with the increased & citizen to inform yourself of the
Four members of Jax Navy
demand, report these of- issues and candidates; you have
Wives Club No. 6 are back home
ficials. the right to express your opin-
I rnLP@I !
after attending the national con-
"The success of any business ions on all subjects and candi-
Wives at
vention of Navy Clubs
measured by its ability to dates so long do not do
as you
The Bureau of Naval Person- Class "A," "B" or "C" school or Charleston, S.C. ,last week.
those who its services.It in such to take
serve use so a way as
nel recently waived a require- make third or second class petty include club president
is the aim of the officials and They part in political management or
ment that applicants for the Nav officer without taking a service- Pearl Smith, treasurer Vivian
employees of the Jax Navy, Fed- campaigns of a partisan nature.
Cad program must have servedat wide exam?
Wagner, corresponding secretary
eral Credit Union that its Also attend
mem- you may political
least one year of active duty All these are being guaranteed June Shaver and parliamentarianAlice
bers shall be given the best rallies and join political clubs
immediately preceding applica- under the STAR program. Meyer.
service within its power to giye. but cannot take an active role
' said CU president Gordon Kingin tion.Any Under this new program, you Mrs. Meyer and Mrs. Shaver in conduct of the rally or opera-
person now on active duty can be advanced to pay grade
were elected to national posts,
Credit Union Day remarks. tion of the club.
can apply for this program if E-4 without taking an examina- the former assuming the position
in
the
"Incorporated new plansare he otherwise meets the qualifica- tion if you previously graduatedfrom i of National treasurer and Mrs.
some new services and refinements is class "A" school in the My Vote
tions. The NavCad program top Shaver becoming national print-
of present servicesall one of the few open for applica- half of your class.If ing and distribution chairman.
aimed at giving the memberthe tions the year round. a person wishes to go to

said. best possible* service," he This is an 18-month-long pilot an "A" school, this will be granted Mannes Rear ,Admiral Commandant Kenmore of N. Mc-the

under terms of the STAR
training leading to a
program Sixth Naval District, spoke to
commission as Ensign and the program and if that person fin- the national convention

FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION designation of naval\ aviator.. ishes in the top half of the class, the annual banquet. The during'Jax The freeman, casting with un-
i>urchased hand
I will be advanced to E-4 without ,
To be eligible for NavCad. wives delegation was also guestsat
further examination.A The vote that shakes the tur-
training, a person must meet the a tea Mrs.-McMannes' home.
third class petty officer wish- ret of the land.
FRA Branch 126 is planningto following requirements: be at
attend "B" school -Oliver Wendell Holmes
ing to
may go
hold its monthly social, a least 18 years old and not more I -
and, graduation, be advanced This year Freedoms Foun-
upon THIS WEEK'SBRAINTWISTER'
Halloween Party, Saturday at than 25; must have completed 60
to E-5. There is no specific dation again is offering awards -
the Yukon branch's meeting hall semester hours or 90 quarter I
class standing or examination as high as $1,000 for
at 4530 120th St. hours of unduplicated college I
Today (October 27) is Navy work at an accredited j Junior' required for graduates of a "B' A 25-foot pole stands vertically; the best letters on the sub-

Day. It is also the birthday of college, college or university; or school.A at one corner of a field which is ject "My" VoteFreedom'sPrivilege.

the father of our mordern Navy, 30 semester hours or 45 quarter second class can .also attend in the shape of an equilateral It's a big and

Theodore Roosevelt. "We should hours of unduplcaited college a "B" or "C" school under the triangle.If timely ''subject; you shouldn'thave

remember the Navy as our first work at an accredited junior STAR program. a 75-foot rope just reaches any trouble in finding
500 well-chosen words to tell
line of defense," says Branch college, or one year collegelevelGED Basic requirement for this pro- from the top of this pole to
how feel about it. The
126 president Paul Hetz. plus GCT and ARI of 120 gram is to reenlist for four or six either of the other two cornersof you
deadline is Nov. lthe'ad-
The FRA's 33rd national con- and Mech. of 58.; years, whichever gives a total the field, what is the area of
dress, Freedoms Foundation,
vention starts as usual on Navy a of seven years active Naval ,ser the field?
Valley Forge, Pa.
Day. Would you like to go to a vice. (Answer on Page 5))



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T @ Extinguisher



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w % t, ; Plane SaveA

'4 T' ai0 s VP-18 patrol bomber crew
was recently involved in an

airborne drama. Returningfrom

a local training flight,

LG-1 was unable to lower one

of it's main landing gears.

Lt.(jg) G. W. McDonald, plane

LIiIi commander, Lt.Jg( ) R. H Titus

Jr., co-pilot R. L. Nansteel, ADI,

plane captain, and W R. Bell,

__.m_ __mm_... ... ADR3, second. mechanic, crew
AT END OF NAVY CAREERS-Three men brought their active duty Navy careers to an end last members, attempted all recognized -
week with, appropriate ceremonies held for eah of them. Retiring altar 20 years each were. an normal and emergency pro-
BLOOD
I officer, chief and first class. In left photo Albert Buckmaster ADI talks with, Comdr. Robert cedures while circling NAS Jax.
DONOR Nelson, NAS Jax executive officer upon his retirement. Also present are. Buckmaster's wife,
Mary and daughters. Mary and Deborah. In center Capt. James R. Reedy. NAS Jax commanding LCDR. L. L. MILLER. VP-lB
1--k officer, congratulates LtJg( ) Fred Kindsvatter. formerly NAS Jax Aircraft Quality Control Officer Safety Officer, was in the tower
who also retired last week. In right panel Robert Jeffcoat, ADCA (left) receives retirement handling communications with
papers from Capt. Reedy, as his wife Irene, and children. Rose Marie and David look on. the aircraft. Comdr R. A. Sampson -

I VP-18 commanding officer:

N.H. IOWA PA. Comdr. W. W. Honour, executive
Jacksonville Fair Seen officer; Comdr. W. Huddleston,

BONUS DOPE Operation Officer; M. E. Mahn-

Persons from the states of ken, AMI, and V. C. Nelson,

I,' Iowa and New Hampshire are As 'Biggest Best Ever'eV ADC, were some of the squadron

being reminded that Dec 31 personnel present.

is the last day to apply for the Greater Jacksonville Agricultural & Industrial Fair Calmness prevailed both in the

Answering the call for blood .Korean Conflict State Bonus. next month will take its most spectacular step yet in a con- aircraft and in the tower during

recently were 53 civilian employees Inquiries should be ad- tinuing drive toward recognition as one of the great, fairsof the critical situation. People had
dressed to Service Compen- around the tower
of the Station. Twenty- the nation. began to gather
sation Board, State House, Des Officials confident that the and as' the aircraft continued
are
eight were from O & R Dept.,
Moines Iowa, or to Adjutant anniversary exhibit from NAS several hours the
with 15 from Public Works and sixth annual event, opening Nov- orbiting for ,
General of New HampshireState Jax, along with finer displays
tenseness became apparent in the
will
10 from Supply Dept. ember 9 for an 11-day run,
from other local Naval installa-
Military Reserve, Con- spectators.
offer attractions of wider
From O & R: more
cord, N. H. tions as well a3 other military
THEN CHIEF in the
appeal than ever. Nelson
Owen Crabb, Ruth Bunton, The deadline for filing for agencies in this area.
Clifford Maycott, R. H. Meri- THESE ARE some reasons for tower, came up with the idea of
WII State Bonus for persons A 27-foot Polaris missile will 'clearing the restricted hydraulicline
this conifdence
wether, W. E. Bynum, Robert :
is also Dec.
from Pennsylvania
tower the fair grounds, with fire .
over extinguisher.The
a
Morin, Wilbur Hanchey, Curtis 31. Quality of entries in the live-
identical to those which last sum- innovation
was completely
Mann, Thomas Varnadoe, Harold Address all inquiries to stock show and arts-crafts show
mer made missile,history during successful, and a safe landing
Broward, Raymond Reinhardt, Korean Conflict Veterans Compensation should increase corresponding to
successful launchings from nu- made.
Richard Smythe, Donald Leith Bureau, Dept. of thejncrease in prize money of-.. t
and Bronstlne Friday Military Affairs, Harrisburg. fered. clear-powered submarine: Nelson has been commended ,

Also, Larry Woodrum, David For the first time, a Health ANOTHER colorful midwaywill by Comdr. Sampson and higher I

Moed, Henry Church, M. G. Fan- Pavilion will be presented under be furnished by the world's authorities for his on-the-spot

1 nin, J. R. Strickland, C. E. Bag- Navy Birthday I sponsorship of the Florida Medi- largest exhibitor of its kind, thinking.

well, Robert Bryson, Jack Cope- cal Assn., Duval County Phar- Cetlin and Wilson, with marked Other crew members aboard

land, Omer Kelly, C. Bazzi., \ maceutical Assn. and Northeast I improvement in sideshow offer- the aircraft were R. C. Wilson,

John Lindberg, Willie Middleton, Celebration District Dental Society. ings and a wider choice of rides AT2, and, H. R. Crouch, ABl.

Carl Law and T. W. Taylor. Also new will be an "Atom for both adults and youngsters. .

From Public Works: Slated TodayThe and You"' exhibit, the largest offered There will be a tented boat .
show with the finest and newestin li _ill.IN1JJJ1Bi
Lewis Chancey, Thomas Gil- by the Atomic Energy
boats cruisers engines and
,
bert, Harry Cross, George Wolfe, Navy's top officials will Commission, including a 20-foot
Clarence May, Forbie Smith, be on speaker's platforms from model of a nuclear power plant, marine equipment on display

Bruce Carroll, Kenneth Wiley, coast to coast in celebration of a protective "balloon" suit for COMMERCIAL exhibits will ,, :

James Baker, Rouse. Coleman, Navy Day this week. The birth- nuclear scientists and a pair of range from, locally-made artifi- N' "

James Clark, Fernie Selby, Ern- day of the Navy is today, Oct. mechanical hands which will cial flowers to the latest in sew- These There Included were Richard seven births Fredrick,Sept to Sgt.9.

est Leslie, Robert Durden and 27. demonstrate their remote con- ing machines, with exhibitors and Mrs. Richard Sims Barbara Jean,
Felder Johns. Among those making speecheswill trol skills. given more incentive for more I to Lt. and Mrs. Hollis Robertson; James
Richard, to Henry Labahn, MM1, and
From Supply were: be Navy' Secretary WilliamB. THERE WILL be something attractive displays through the Mr. labahn Linda Gay, fo Irwin Keith,

Jean Cutcliff, Otis McCormick, Franke, who will address a different-and free-every night, awarding of, prizes for best HMl (U?et) and Mrs Keith; Victoria Marie,
gathering in Washington honor- booths. to William Cullum, SKI, and Mn. Cul-
Alvin Jones Alfred Including five high school foot- .
Roy Hartley, -
lum Mark Damon, Lemmer
Ing the firms which have ; to Gary FN, I
Ivey, George Marcus, Ever- par ball games, a square dance For the first time, the Fair and Mrt. Lemmer, and Debra Anne, to I
ett Holland, William Richards, ticipated in development of the festival, fashion show, two big will be open on Sunday. As in William Jackson, SK3, and Mri. Jickion.

Joseph Dominic and Capers Polaris missile. fireworks displays and another previous years, there will be Sept. 10 arrival Included Karen Faye,
Griffith. Navy Day observances in this fireworks show held jointly witha special free admission days for to Larry Lear, EMFN, and Mri. Lear
oil Alene, Michael
to Moone, AO1,
area, for the most part, were high-altitude acrobatic thrill children, for servicemen in ,uniform and Mrs. Mooney; Deborah Ann, to

moved up two weeks to coincide show. and for veterans of .'.the Billy Warlitner, SN, and Mri. Warlitner,
Harvest Moon Party with the 20th anniversary cele- There will be a special 20th armed services. and Michael Wayne, to James tominick,
bration of NAS Jax. I IC2; and Mrs Lomlnlck.
Slated At USO ClubA Born Stpt. 11 were Mark Andrew, to
The tenor of Navy Day cele-
AD3, end
is Virgil Eursary Mri. Euriery
Moon plan-
Harvest Party
brations has changed since the Toby lewis, .to Lewie Warpool, AG3, and
ned for tomorrow (Friday) at 'first day in 1922. On that occasion An.. Warpool; Teresa Ann, to Frank

the Jacksonville<<, USO Club, 331 there were parades and SHIPS--.1ohn Beno, DC2 and /Art. Beno; Dwayne
Allan, to Allan Copeland AN, and Mrs.
of
St.
W Forsyth Gray, ATS
wreath layings all over the s Copeland, and Donna Renee, to SP4 and
The semi-formal affair will VA-44, receivescongratulations -
world. Mri. Kenneth' Hamilton.
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feature music for dancing witha Though the date of Oct. 27 Among the five arrivals Sept., 12 were
band furnished by the music- from Comdr. A. Roland! Scott, to ltjg( ) and Mri. Charles
chosen to also
i ian's union. was commemo- L. Detweiler. Carpenter; Michael Anderson, to Ensign
It's free platter night at the rate the birthday of the late squadron commanding and Mrs. Vaughn Knight; Rhonda Lane,
president Theodore Roosevelt, to Michael Walker, AN, and Mrs. Walker
USO Saturday. Vespers will be officer, Brian, to Stephen Stolarskl AMI, and
also another
there was reason
held and refreshments served by : I upon being the Mrs. Stolarikl, and Robert Joseph Jr.,
that date. :4i
for selecting to Robert HM3, and
friends of the USO Sunday eve- Mk't first man In VA. Binge Mrs. Bange.

ning at 1730, followed by a full- Oct. 27, 1775 was the day thata 44 ,to be career Curtis Glenn, son of Donald Goodroe,
movie "D. I." special committee of the Conti- designated under AO1, and Mrs. Goodroe, and a baby
lepgth girl, born to Elmer Tipton, AD2, and Mrs.
A casual night program is I nental Congress filed a report the new STAR Ipton, were the two arrivals of Sept. 13.
'scheduled for the Club on Hal- : favoring purchase of merchant program. Gray Born Sept. 14: Mark Patrick, to Fred
loween Night.A ships as the foundation of the will leave 'later Mattro ADJ3, and Mrs. Mattro; Kimberly
American Navy. this year for .AT Frances' to Lcdr. and Mrs. Arthur Derrick
Roberta Ann, to Harold Gulden, AD2, and
vacation is a succession. of Idea for the first Navy Dayin "B" School'at Mrs. "Gulden Joel Thomas to Harris Todd,

2s. .Jt consists of 2 weeks whichare 1922 was suggested to then Memphis, Tenn. MM1, and Mrs. Todd; Richard Allen Jr.,
are President Warren G.. Harding by / to Richard Haugen, FN and Mrs. Haugen;
2 short. Afterwards, you
4
:. Vickie Sue, to Edwin Lingo, AN, and
2 tired to return to 2 work and the Navy League, which continuse .. Mrs. Lingo, and Virginia: lee, to Etcol
2 broke not- 2. to sponsor the day. Ard, BM2, and Mrs. Ard.N .




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I : Fashion Festival To Be Innovation Of Jacksonville Fair I NATTU.


I Have you ever wanted to model r l
a dress of your own design? There will be three main cate- ments) (B) Advanced: (Those be made within the calendar

Well, now the Greater Jackson- gories of entries: Street dress: who have made more than 10 year.

ville Agricultural and IndustrialFair (basic everyday, work or church outer garments) and (C) Pro- Entires must be filed by Mon \

has decided to have a Fall dress); After-five: (Cocktail, fessional. day, November 7, at the Greater
Fashion Festival. evening formal and semi-formal) Rules of the contest state that Jacksonville Fair. I

The event will be Held Monday Casual: (active or inactive sports the contestant must model her Persons desiring further Information
Nov. 14, at the Jax Baseball wear and playsuits). own dress or at least someone in .- ':.
should
Park at 2000. I The Fall Fashion Festival will her own family must model the contact the

I All. wives of servicemen are I have three clothing divisions (A) dress. Greater Jacksonville Fair Office, Aviation Electrician's M a I.

I eligible to enter dresses of their I II Beginners: (those who have not .There is no age limit set in 1245 East Adams St. Phone School Class 6021 graduated

own design. I made more than 10 outer gar- this show. The garments must EL 30535. last Friday and Class 6043 has

-I entered school to take its place.
Honor class for the week is
Help In War On Pests-
S ..5"k55" Class 6024. Honor classes are
tk sS chosen not only on the basis of
'
Keep Barracks Clean k:55:: -I scholastic work, but also on uniform -

appearance, military bearing -
and other related items.
"Food supply in the form of cookie crumbs and old : There were two honormen for

sandwiches is more than adequate. Water may be foundin i the week. In "I" section, it was

shower areas in abundance, and comfortable quarters for Louis Dwyer, AE3, and for "M"
no rental fee are to be obtained in various parts of lockers, section, Pfc. Ralph Kroeck.An .
especially in folded, little-used uniforms." old-timer has returned to

That's what the Survival Manual AE School. He is E. L. McElroy,
The unit periodically sprays
for Roaches might say, if and fumigates barracks spaces AEC, now an instructor at "B"School.

there were such a thing. But most and living areas. Spraying of bar- McElroy has been to 'AE

roaches know these things from racks usually occurs in two in ,. School three times previously,
childhood And this 5' 4' *' twice "A" School Instructor
anyway. to do as an -
stalments, the first away
knowledge, or instinct, presents a with existing insects and the sec- and once as a "B" School tu-
problem to all who live in bar tor.
those
ond to catch latecomers, or
racks.
passed over.
THE DISEASE Vector Control This spraying, no matter how
Center here is one of two units well carried out and how often IfYa9Ask

the Navy has organized in an attempt repeated, will not, however, be
to curb the spread of dis effective unless occupants of

ease-carrying vermin of all sorts.I barracks (human-type occupants) ..... .mn ". ... ""..."."" .n'n.y..w.W.WM..M..YiWyy ,;.;.;.>..;:._.,...... UsWith
do their share to prevent the MAKES ADDRESS Speaking at the'recent V-I.P Lunch.
MDBS Payments Due spread of these pests in the first i at the Chief Petty Officer's Club at NAS Jax is Cong. Charles all the recent and spectacular -
E. Bennett (D-Fla.) Cong. Bennett,' who has appeared at these developments taking
Mutual Death Benefit Society place. luncheons in the past told those in attendance of legislature
members are being remindedthat THE "SURVIVAL manual" that will go before Congress next year affecting military peo. place in the armed forces, what
mentioned early in this story may ple. Among those at the luncheon were Francis Herron ETC do you visualize the Navy of the
assessment nos.) 149 and 150 sound silly to you but, seriously, Club president. and Rear Admiral Kenneth Craig. Commander future will be like in terms of
are now due.Payment Fleet Air Jacksonville, (right.)
no living creature as a rule will equipment, such as rockets,
of $2.20 total for the live in a hostile environment if space ships and nuclear vessels?
two assessments must be paid it can be helped. That was the question asked
by close of business November 9. Someone brings a sandwich CIVIL SERVICE his week, by- the ,Jax Air ,News' }

Checks or money orders shouldbe from the mess hall and stashesit Roving Reporter."I .
think it will be fantastic.
made payable to employees' in his locker for that "midnight News In
I I Mutual Death Benefit Society. snack." Before midnight rolls ReviewI All of the new

around, though, the roaches, I equipment will
Marine using their great sense of smell, One of the major complaintsabout : be operated by
Wives Set PartyThe laxed rules that will facilitateand .
the civil service pushbuttons..
have located the sandwich.In system,
Marine Career Wives Clubis short, Disease Vector Con as echoed by some of the pre- encourage such transfers. At the presentS
S S
planning to hold a masquerade trol cannot possibly control these sent administration's top officers, rate, in five to
party tomorrow (Friday) at pests until all persons do their is the cumbersome and frustrating The General Accounting Office i ten years we
I f 2000 in the Mainslde Lounge share, red tape that makes transfersof has alerted Federal agencies that will reach outer -
the $10,000 limitation on combined -
Federal employees from one I! space. We
another income from military retirement Braddock almost
position to exceedingly are
NEW SERIES DELVES difficult and virtually Impossible pensions and govern- there now." Jim L. Brad-
I' INTO ment salary must be applied to dock, SN, VP16.. I
Reservists employed in civilian
MANY These officials point to situa- "I really don't know for sure
LEGAL PROBLEMSNew positions.Up .
....
I tions where operating officialsIn but I think ''. -
to Florida and the Jack- various units want to hirean until now the law has been they'll keep on 1
:; r > .. held to to retirees
sonville area? Perplexed about : : employee via the transfer apply only improving their
registering your car or obtaining method but are hampered or pre- from the regular services, but rockets and ]
I the proper insurance? The vented from doing so. the new court decision opens missiles. I don't :

(I Jax Air News will begin a series They declare that this not only the way for it to be applied to think man will

: next week designed to acquaint hampers able government employees Reservists as well. ever reach out-

persons with local laws and subjects from advancing to bet- The decision affects only Army er space suc-
of importance to sevice per- ter and more Important jobs, reservists at the moment, but cessfully."
sonnel. ; I P but hurts the efficiency of the GAO has stated that it probably WalterS

\i -l p" government service.It will include Air Force personnel I k e e n, SA, Skeen
'The series has been preparedby J has been pointed out thata too, because the Air "We are pro-

Comdr. Nathan Cole, Jr. NA8. unit head may desire the Force was part of the Army gressing rapidly. -

Jax Legal Officer. Before coming _, c; .. service of an employee in another when the limitation act went I believe
here, Comdr. Cole was I in the section of an agency, or into effect in 1939. man will ex-

Office of the Judge Advocate one agency may request the Naval Reservists who are velop new

General), Washington, D. C, service of an employee in another federal employees are not directly equipment but

The information Inthe* articlesis _S agency, which would meanS affected by the ruling, will always.improve

basically referred to \at the _* S. a promotion in most cases but it is likely that the govern- them."
j NAS Indoctrination Lectures. 2LEGAL the employee because his ability ment will seek a court decisionin Bert Poarch

These lectures are designed to has become known to the their case in the near future. -i -- Jr., Supervi-

acquaint new Navymen with the I extent that his services are in Of those employees involvedthe sory Clerk, IRD.
operatfon and function of the demand. $10,000 cutoff'would be applied I
I Station. .. _.,, "Modern equipment will definitely -
I But, as many administrators see to the military pension. increase in its destructive
Many problems, are peculiarto OFFICER Comdr. it, the fatal flaw in the systemis For example, if an employee's -
Nathan Cole Jr. author of ntw cap city I
a Navyman's own situationsas that it tends to regard a salary in government was $8,000
in Air News.
strits to appear because I think j
a member of the armed for- transferee as a new Federal .employee a year and he drew a $4,000
that people
ces. The Division Officer is always Protestant, Building 750, Cath- I rather than one who already annual military pension, the pen- have been ad-

available to the man for olic, Building 752; Jewish, 'Bldg. is on the government pay- sion would be reduced to $2,000 vancing more
discussion and assistance in per- 750; 'Navy Relief, Building 750,
roll and i is: Just making a changein a year. Or if an employee's gov.. rapidly in the
sonal problems.In and; Red Cross, Building 39.
JOD3 eminent salary was $10,000 or i past 10 years
addition, the following offices The firstSof the seven articles and will con-
more a he would be _
The Civil Service Commission year entitled -
are open to anyone at will deal with registration of tinue to." Syl- -- Fancek-
Assistance automobiles and obtaining of has been urged by these appointive to no military pension along
any time: Legal via Fancek Statistical Clerk,
Building 1, Room 135; Chaplain driver's licenses. officials to come up with re- as'he kept his Federal job. I Comptroller Department. I




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October 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5


Eyeing 1960 Title

m SPORTS


DOCKETGOLF Air Force Club Astride

Q


VP-30 vt Handicap Supply Oct. 27 League L. Touch Football LeagueThe

VA-44 vt VA-15
679th vt A/C Malnt. 679th Air Force unit came away with a major
Oct. 31 in the for the touch foot-
portion of the votes balloting top
MARTD NARTU
vt Mainside last week the Airmen remainedhe
O&R'I FAETU Je ball teams at as

VP-30 vt HospitalNov. only unbeaten club in the league.The .
"
2 679th drubbed Supply,
2-0 win. VP-18 was dropped
Scratch league ; a
19-0 for its fourth win. Bill
> ,
Admin. vi ComFairJax from unbeaten ranks with a 24-
Skr # Grant, R.. L: Evans and Bob
Marines vt FAETU
Administration. .
2 loss to ,, .
Touch Football Knaggs all figured in the scor-
x Thurs.-679th vt VP-18 The victory pushed the Admen

Frl.-VP-30 vs VA44Won. ing.THE into a four-way tie for second -
is
Admin, AIR Force squad beginning
vt Hospital
Tues.-VA-lS vt FAETU ,i to cast an eye on the league place with VAP-62, VP-18
Wed.-679th vt Supply __ championship after losing to VW- and VA-15. all with 2-1 records.IN .

Volleyball 4 'in a playoff encounter for THE WIN over the Patrol-
Thurt.ComFair vt A/C Malnt.
VP-16 vi Dispensary the 1959 title. The Hurricane men, Administration quarter-

Mon.-VP-30 vs VA44VA15 Hunters are no longer in this back Bob Bier completed two

vt 679th area. TD tosses to R. L. Jaggers and

Wed.-ComFalr vi Admin. VAP-62 and Aircraft Main- W. E. Hadway and Don Orr
VP-16 VAP-62
vt
BOWLING tenance engaged in a squeaker passed for another. Orr, subbingfor

Thursday, Oct. 27 :4 with the Photomen pulling out Bier also intercepted an

1730 enemy aerial and scampered

FAETU Hawks 'B'vi vi VP-30 A/C'B'Malnf. #w Navy Looked Upon home for another marker.

679th vi ComFairJax 'B' dce M :Fb VA-15, with J, L. Crawford and

2000 ;?.:.o Y,. With Favor ForPostSeason Larry Lunn crossing the pay-off
'B' AUW
Disbursing vt Opers.

Supply 'B' vi Dental 'B' .. .. ,...._ n, .._ ... .....___.....__.__......._._._.._..__ _..n _....._ .. ....... Bid stripe, tripped FAETU, 13-7.
O & R vi VP.18Monday CAN'T GET IT Bob WarskL (left) of FAETU makes unsuccessful Scoring for the losers was. Robert -
Oct. 31 attempt to catch pass near the goal line in a Main- When the list of bowl game Warski.

1730 Maint.'A'Hornets side Football League encounter with VA-15 last week at the participants is made final, Navy's 679th picked up its fourth
Dispensary vs A/C football stadium. At VA-15 defenders J. L. Crawfordand
right
are
currently -
smooth gridiron winless
vt Opera ORD express straight win by beating
L. A. Lunn. Referee is unidentified. VA-15 won the game.
Hospital' vi Waves 'B' 137. unbeaten, may be among YP-30, 19-7. Joe Kuze was an

2000 those on the roster. offensive standout for the Air-
Groreci vt Holy Rollers _
Marines vi VP-30 Owl Hoots There has been strong supportto men while R. W, Cox shined
Cherry Pickers vi Dental 'A' Good Pickings Prompt land the Middies in the Rose for the 'losers.

Wednesday, Nov. 2 Bowl game, especially since their
STANDINGS
Disbursing 'A' vi Waves 'A' 15-14 win over Washington. This W L
Team
NARTU vs Alley Kati For Fliers"It's
MARTD Vi WAR Big Hopes bowl is no longer tied to the Big 6"19th .c 0

Supply 'A' vi FAETU 'A' Ten and can choose from the Admin. 2 1

Cougars vi The Raiders rich in talent and could turn out to be one of the nation's best clubs. VA.15 VAP-62 2 2 1 1
'B'
A/C Maint.
Butchers
vi best teams ever to play here," is the way coach Eli Maricich Clearance from the Navy Department Vp.18 2 1

. I labels his Jax Navy Fliers at this stage of practice.The would be a necessityfor Hospital 1 1
Indoor Pool/ Sets Fliers are. undergoing Navy to participate in a post VA-41 FAETU 1 1 2 2
of the nation's top service
nightly workouts from 1900 to one season game but this clearance Supply 1 2
New ScheduleNew 2200 at Mainside gym and with ball clubs. could probably be expected J Jt A/C Main 1 2

hours of operationhave opening night one month away The Signalaires have opposedJax Navy maintains a good record VP.30 0 4

been announced for the tonight, the locals are buckling Navy every year the two and above all beats Army.
indoor swimming pool, located down to rugged drills. Among opponents still to be
clubs have played varsity ball
in Building 614. ONE OF THE taller membersof met by Joe Bellino & Co. ap Trio UnbeatenIn

j t.? The pool is open weekdaysfrom the squad is Bill Olivey, a since WWII days. Notre Dame, Duke, Virginia and

0800 to 1600 for scheduled former ServLant player who The game is slated for Main- the Black Knights of the Hud

swimming classes and is stand 6,' 6" in stocking feet. side gym November 22. Although son.. The Navy-Notre Dame this Volleyball

open from 1600 to 2000 for Olivey recently joined the team. I the schedule has not been firm- Saturday will be televised.

open swimming for military ed yet, athletic director Frank
Daddy Flier Maricich is highon (Answer to Brainlwiiter) ActionThe
League
personnel and their depen- McCaffrey and Maricich are
veteran Blue and Gold
eager 2164.8 (plus) square feeL Sub
dents. Al Sheppard, always a strong working on a top-drawer card tract the square of 25 from that leaders all won last weekin

On weekends and holidays, man on the attack and roundinginto of from 30-35 games. of 75; extract square root; divide the Mainside Volleyball. Lea-
pool hours are from 1200 to
a defensive gem, too. Shep- by two; square this result and gue to keep up the hot chase
1600 for open swimming. The pard was one of the few bright We finally got solvent. We subtract from 5,000; extract square for first place.
hours of 1600 to 2000 week-
on spots of the 1959-60 Flier aggre- borrowed enough money to get, root to find altitude of triangle; VP-16, VA-44 and VP-30 are
ends may be reserved for I
gation. out of debt. multiply this result by 35.35. all unbeaten in three matches.
special activities. This can be
PROVIDING opposition in the ------- VP-30 moved into the top spot
done
by contacting Special
Services at extension 593. opener for Jax Navy will be the tie by shunting the 679th Air

Ft. Gordon Signalaires, always Force unit, 15-4 and 15-0..
---------
VP-16 won its third match a

day earlier by downing .ComFair.Jax .
Grid Seers As Games
Lucky 15-3 and 12-10. The latter

game was one of the beet ,defensive -

Last Week Go True To FormAir volleyball games< played
In several seasons. I,

News sports writer Sam Bowman is leading the pack In other action, VA-15 downed
after five weeks of predicting the outcome of college football games. Administration, winning a pair
The Tennessee Tank has selected 48 right choices out of 75 fora of 15-0 decisions, and the 679th
percentage of .640. Guest pickers, however, have teamed to select
41 right picks out of 60 for a .683 average :; ..... .. tripped Dispensary, 14-12, 5-15
The Editors have 43 right out of 75' for an average of .573 and and 154.Intramural.
Frank McCaffrey, with 35 right and 40 wrong, has a mark of .467.
Bowman had 12 right last week while the Editors had 11 and Mac
10 right choices. ,. [ Basketball
Trying to uphold the mark of the guests this ''week is Willie
Gordon of Public Works Dept. Games include: B. C.-Miami; Notre Circuit To OrganizeAn

Dame-Navy; Pitt-Syracuse; Illini-Purdue; Kansas-Iowa; Ohio St.- intramural organizational
Mich. St.;. Missouri-Nebraska; Auburn-Fla.; LSU-Ole Miss; Ga.
Tech-Duke; Baylor-TCU; SMU-Texas; Okla.-Color.; California- basketball meeting has been arranged -
Oregon St., and Small School Sleeper, Maryville-Mars Hill. n for Nov. 1, at 0930 in
BOWMAN EDITORS MAC CORDON the Athletic Office in the Main-

Miami B. C. Miami Miami side gym. All units planning to
Navy NavySyracuse Navy Navy
Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Ii. its enter a team are urged to attend.

Purdue I Illinois Illinois Purdue The season is expected to get
Iowa Iowa Iowa
Iowa
about Nov. 14.
Mich. St. underway
Ohio St.Miuourl. Ohio if. Ohio St. --
MissouriAuburn MissouriFlorida NebraskaAuburn The athletic office has put outa
Florida TALK IT OVER Eli Maricich. (left) freshman skipper of
call for intramural
Miss. the Jax Nary Fliers, discusses the coming season with Athletic basketball
Mist.Duke Mist.DukeBaylor Ga.Mist.Tech G:."Tech Director Frank McCaffrey before starting a, practice session referees and anyone interested
BaylorTexas TCU for his sager Nightly sessions are held at Mainside gym start should contact Frank McCaffery
Baylor Texas Texas ing at 1900. Newcomers are still invited to try for a berth. While athletic director at ext. 585. Re-
Texas
Colorado Oklahoma Colorado Maricich, a former U. of Georgia four-star athlete, sending his
Colorado their former Jax erees will receive $3.50 per
Oregon State Oregon StateMaryville Oregon StateMaryville Oreoon StateMaryville charges through paces McCaffrey Nary I I
Mart Hill mentor is lining up an attractive schedule. game.T27 .



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27 October
, Page B JAX AIR NEWS '

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"WELCOME HOME-Daddy" :
I a pleating ,moment for any : .:.. : '
ClassifiedFor :
person returning after a spell :
J
i away from home and family. .. .. ._ ,
1 1i 1I i Thai's the greeting received by ." .. .
Lt. H. A. Coons Attack Squad. Sale
VP-"8 ron 176 Supply Officer, from 4350 Ricker Rd-6 rm. house on 2
radar search weather
Patrol Squadron 18 returned patrol, and his wife Christine and children acres land, $700 down & $75.50 per
recently from completion of its reconnaissance missions. Kareen 3. and Raymond. r mo. Dorothy Williamson, EL 54784.
Places visited during the exercises 2. VA-176 returned recently .v........ Cedar Hiilt-3 bdrm house, 2 baths,
NATO
in the latest
role
sea exercise were Kinless and Edinburg, from NATO maneuver in the hdwd, fir, Fit. rm, util. rm, carport Ig.
Fallex '60. Atlantic. The unit was aboard "': cor It. Lt. John Waihchytlon, SP 10999.
During early part of the exer- Scotland; the Lewis Islands northof the USS ShangriLa.NATTU Mobile Home- Ox8, Equity & take
cise, VP-18 crews flew weather Scotland, and London, Eng- a, paymenti. BU 2-6323. And 50x10 mobile
land. home, Equity & t.k. payment EL 45960.
reconnaissance missions for unitsof During the exercise, four of s' For Rent ..
the Atlantic Fleet moving i Waterfront Home-on Doctor' Lake, 3
eastward for North Atlantic' the squadron's aircraft partici- acres, dock & beach, 2 bdrm den, 1%
operations.In pated in a search for a downed ) bath Igi llv. rm. & fireplace, tern, por,
Mr ,Force B-47 in the Atlantic double gar, unfurn, responsible people
mid-September, six planes north of Scotland. t1 only, $115 per mo. ledr. Shannon, EV
from VP18 operated out of Ke- 7.5334, Ext. 595.
flavik, Iceland, flying barrierIt's VP.18, under command of Duplex' Houie-2 bdrm, water c.-
Comdr. R. A. Sampson, flewa werage & garbage paid, adults, no pets,
total of 1063 hours in September t furn. L. M. Boyette, ADC, EV 45165.
WI p.lnt"'l' bdrm house, unfurn,
New
i 'Over mostly in support of Fallex
Top'tContinued gar, yd, $50 per mo. George Cunningham -
60. The squadron has received EV 89886.
t from Page 1)) numerous "well dones..; Cedar Hill Estate.*-room with prl.
turned in by a single divisionto bath, telephone & entrance. Kathryn
1I
fh Knudsen, SP 1.3110 after 1700.
date during the CC-UF cam- FAW.11 Lake Shore-4 rm, unfum. house, kit
paign. The overal Duval Coun- The Wing's central office will equip, fir furnace, water furn, tile bath
ty CC-UF goal is $1,539,770. probably long remember Sep- Ig. liv.! rm, 1 Ig. bdrm, gar, tern por..
Jacksonville N a v y, largest tember 1960 as the month in Clean, $60 per mo. Miss R. Mausert, EV

Federal Division unit, reports which "Operation Reporting 8-4956.Murray Hill-widow want to share
that 15 of its activities have Aboard" was underway. home with couple. Call EV 8-8713 after
gone over the top as* of late Fourteen persons were wel- 1800.
Tuesday with subunitsalso comed to the Staff for duty last Penthouse View Ig 2-bdrm furn.
: many
I apt, on river, dock for boat, place to sun
reaching or exceeding month. Checking in from Great & barbecue, conv. to NAS, Ideal for 3
quotas. Lakes Training Center were bachelors, $100 per m'o for 2, $120 for
Over the top are ComNabSix, several new men, forming the 3, util Includ, ready now. EV 77172.
This ',.' That
200% Fleet Air Wing Eleven, bulk of the new arrivals for the "p Cedar Hills Car Pool two rider
197%; Area Audii Office, 183%; month. wanted, 08001630. D. M. Dillingham,

Navy Recruiting, 175%; Naval They included: C. B. Young, Students, Advised DTCS,' Ext. 751.Monday. I
Reserve Training Center, 135%; R. C. Haines, P. A. McGuire, A.
NARTU, 128%; Marine Reserve Benaris, R. L Reed, and Carl and Is Night

Training Center, 125%; Marine Woodrow Eskridge. To Enjoy Sea Duty Tour' (Continued from Page 1))
Recruiting, 121%; NATTU, Other new arrivals were S. J. I Massachusetts seaport.

115%; Destroyer Group, 113%; Dunaway, ATC, from VF-21, Majority of students graduating urging graduates to avail them- MANY STRANGE notions are
Naval Alameda A. Seiler SN from from schools at the Naval l
Ordnance Yellow Water, ; J. selves of the many opportunitiesof attributed to cats, JackO'lanterns -
112%; Naval Hospital, 103%; USS Pandemus; B. D. Webb, Air Technical Training Unit here sightseeing in foreign ports and Hallowe'en itself. The
Naval Station Mayport, 102%; RM2-P1, from USS Alacrity; J. will go aboard ship for duty. which usually present themselves Druids believed that cats were
Marine Aviation Detachment D. Savage, AA, from ComFairJax This can be an unpleasant had
when a person goes aboard ship. sacred and that they once
NATTU, 100%; and Resident In- ; J. R. Kirkland, RM3-P1, thought for' some, perhaps but Something that may be doneto been human beings. Wicked

dustrial Manager, 100%. USS Calvery; J. T. Moore, RM1, it can also mean the beginningof make a trip to a foreign port humans were changed into catsas
from USS and W. F. fun and excitement.The .
PERCENTAGES of quotas Interceptor, city even more enjoyable is pre- punishment for their evil
reached by other Navy activities Hoy, AD3, from VW4. NATTUnit I&E Office is paring ahead of time, while still deeds. .

show ComFairJax at 98%; NAS in school perhaps, for whatever In Ireland, a belief of Druidic
Jax at 94%, and NAS Cecil countries you feel may be visited origin is that Nov. 1, or Samhain,
Field, 80%. someday.And means summer's end and the

Federal agencies reaching or ... there's always the chanceto beginning of a new year. Jack-
passing their quotas include De- Nc$,>?:?i. ?fiYPk t, .. check out a foreign languagecourse O'-lanterns were related to Hal-
partment of Agriculture, 189%; from USAFI. To have the lowe'en due to a man named

Federal Housing Administration, most enjoyable time and to makea Jack, who lived in Ireland (hon-
183%; R ail i rea d Retirement
r{> good impression on the native est!)
Board, 136%; Interstate Commerce '' 'f. population, it's smart to know Jack was barred from enter-

Commission, 134%; Hous- I the language of. the country visi- Ing heaven because of the prac-
ing and Home Finance Agency, ted. It isn't necessary to master tical jokes he pulled on' the

133%; Department of Health, the language, though. Devil and was condemned to
Education and Welfare, 126%; walk the earth with his lantern
Justice Department, 117%; U.S. until Judgment Day.

Navy 112%; Army Corps of En- Five Rules EVEN THOUGH all these superstitious
gineers, 110%; Treasury Depart- notions were beliefs'
ment, 109' %; Department of Com- .K? of Europeans early Americanswere

merce, 105%; Selective Service, raw For ,SafeHalloween not excluded! In fact, some
100%, and Veterans Administration still hold superstitious beliefs.

I 100%. vi German farmers in eastern.
I Other Federal Agencies and Pennsylvania paint signs on their
I percentages reported were: De- Five rules for a safe and sane barns to ward 'witches' away. It

partment of Labor, 90%; Federal :i {x. Halloween have been suggestedby is reported that this ritual still
Aviation Agency, 84%; U. 'S. the National Fire Protection survives.
Air Force, 70%; U. S. Army, Association. Hallowe'en is as old as the ages

10%,; General Service Adminis- '._om '.w,,,,,"',.'. .... ....... ." ..m..m........... They are: but is now more fun than fan
tration, 68%, .and U. S. Post Office NEW DIRECTOR Mist Janet Raiiell. (right) new Red For costumes, avoid flimsy tasy. "Trick or treating," dress-
54%. Cross Hospital Field Director checks over a schedule with Miss outfits with yards of material in ing up in costumes and 'carving
!i Mary Howell, new Recreation Supervisor at the Naval Hospital. baggy sleeves. A touch of flame faces in pumpkins is far more
Miss Rastell relieved Mrs. Mildred Erdman. who has transferredto
i Shipping SeminarContinued Martin Army Hospital at Fort Bennlng. Ga. Miss Rastell can start them burning. rewarding to youngsters now
formerly was assigned to Eglin Air Force Base Fla. Avoid wigs and masks with than the celebrations of centuries
( from Page 1)) fibrous "hair."

will Capt.attend.James R. Reedy, NAS Hubby Is Big Aid. To Voting SpouseNew away- Caution from flame-bonfires children to stay and creatures ago.When those come tiny calling, eerie-looking for sweets

Jax commanding officer, welcomed York (AFPS): A leading I burning leaves outdoors, fire- Monday night, better oblige.
the group this morning. torts: have, some faith, 26%;
American magazine has come up I places and stoves indoors.Don't Come to think of it, they be
Principal address was deliveredby with some interesting figures on more hope than faith, 60%; yes, allow children to may able to create witchcraft.
Col. D. M. Altgelt, of the "Why Women Vote the Way. 3%; no. 11%'. carry a pumpkin lighted by a
Air Force. He is Regional Direc-
Do..
They candle.
As to the personal qualities our
tor of the Military. Traffic Man- For example when the little nation's gals look for in a candi- Keep smaller children in Foreign Navy
agement Agency.: women'were asked, "Who do you charge of and in sight of a responsible (Continued from Page 1))
18%
date: experience, ; ability,
i Col. Altgelt outlined the need think does the best job in edu- person at all times. German Navy; Comdr, Osoriode
I for improved household goods cating the public about presidential 28%;- sincerity, 36%; personality, The association warned that Abreu P. Pinto, Brazilian' Navy;

services and stated that it wasth.e' candidates?" the answers 3%;; fairness, 8%{ humor, 1%. flame and flimsy Halloween cos- Comdr. Godiardo Guinson Non-

purpose of the seminar tomaRe' flowed this way: newspapers, But things still look good for tumes can be as dangerous a ato, Phillipine Navy; Comdr.

cettain that transportation 59%; churches, .4j schools,. 4%; the country's males. To the ques- mixture .as witch's brew.In Song Wang Ho, and Comdr Yun
officers of the armed services political club; 6%;' radio 12%; tion, "Who helps you most in Chi Chong, Korean Navy; Comdr.
and household. goods carriers and TV 38%. a West Virginia city, thereis P r a sit i Chanvinij, Thailand
thoroughly understand every To the query, "Do you have making up your mind politically an ordinance stating that lions Navy; Comdr. Hideo ..Nishigaki,
aspect of the shipping regula- faith in your candidate's political ?" came the reassuring word- should not be allowed to run Japanese Navy, and Lcdr. KarlT.

tions. speeches?" came the female re- husband, 84t! wild. in the streets of the ,city. Ekman, Swedish Navy.r .


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