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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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the Jacksonville area have

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[fashion to the Community

\. Chest-United Fund with a resounding -

"over the top" con-

\ tribution of $88,337.16 for a
115% effort.
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Although there was no estab-

lished goal for the Navy, a self-

,.. . .. imposed quota was set by units
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r J $) _:: t.:;!till<:>. .:.>,.,;1i: :.; < 'Wi": ,;".....&" 2 \g.[ ; S"""j ;. ._.-."I' ___ themselves and this was met by
OUTSTANDING-Commanding no less than 17 of 18 separate

officers unit chairmen and -- -- Navy activities participating in
representatives of Jax Nary the drive.
activities cited for community
service in the Community EVERY MAJOR activity, ex-
Chest-United Fund Drive hold cept one has reported over the

aloft their citations presented Jt1X top in one of the most successful
during last Friday's CC.UF
CC-UF drives in
session at the George Washing history. It has
ton Hotel. The tremendous sue been pointed out that perhaps
cell of the Navy's efforts in the there may have been more'money
drive is reflected in the number contributed in the past in one
of activities that have
campaign by Navy units, but
the
in
a gone contribution over top of $88,337.16 amusing Vol. 18 No. 35 U. S. NAS Jacksonville, Fla. 3 November 1960 never before has there been,.*.1

from military and civilian per. an amazing number of ... lv ties
sonnel of Navy units in Jax ; : : that have reached 4\eir quotas.
for a whopping 115% of a self. Good Conduct all practical pur-
The drive >
imposed goal.Travel
/ \ ; : poses is ncluded for the Navy.
Medal RulesOverhauled ) Any additional contributions will
(
). *, be delivered directly to the CC-
Cuts
,
r : fr?; ':*: *? ., :4 UF and credited to the Navy.Of .

: c the $88,337.16 contributed,
Several ,. ...... 3i: ;.. ...
regulations total
new went over $53,000 of that was
Ban U. S. into effect Tuesday which affect )' donated by military and civilian

the awarding of the Good Con- 4r personnel of activities at NAS
.
duct Medal to Naval personnel.But : Jax where all major activities

Moves the biggest change !o ., \. 4 4 c *' I' listed as separate participantsz
!-Duty .
ever ffort this medial will not m" d 'ovel"' the top; '

take place until three years from THE NAVY was one of the 13
Insufficient travel funds now. At that time, it will require \ of '19 agencies of the Federal

have put certain restrictionson four years rather than the \ Division that 'rocketed over the

permanent change of sta- present three years of contin- top in a quest for an established

tion travel. In the strongest uous active duty to qualify. ( quota of $95,856.42. The Federal

restriction, all shore-to-shore Officials state that the new iT; Division reported donations totaling -

rotation for Navy personnelin regulations are a move towards $107,245, or 112.1%.

the continental U.S. will recognition of the "all-around" ':; Navy activities and their per-

be suspended for the rest of good Navy enlisted man and centage and monetary contributions -

this fiscal year. .will enhance the dignity and . ,; to date include:
There are exceptions but an value of the medal. .
.. 'ComNabSix, 200%, $176 Fleet
S. ;
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AINav stating the new restric- Regulations that took effect : .. 7.w
Air Wing Eleven, 197%, $3058;
tions infers that anyone now in Tuesday require a clear record
Navy Area Audit Office, 183%,
the United States who expectedto with no convictions by courts- ,
$253 Navy Recruiting, 175%,
( ., ;
be moved elsewhere in the martial; non-judicial punish- 494i:
$191} Naval Reserve Training
U. S. before next July 1 can for- ments; no sick-misconduct, and ;
Center, 135%, $89; NARTU, 128%,
get his plans. no mark less than 3.0 in any of
$1064} ; Marine Reserve Training
THE EXCEPTIONS hold if the the five traits on which marked.. 4
Center, 125%, $45; Destroyer
is related to fleet readiness These are professional per- .
move ; I Group, 123%, $5908; Marine Re-
orders were Issued before the AI formance, military behavior, NATTU-
cruiting, 121%, $68;
Nav; the move is humanitarianor leadership and supervisory abil- : Naval Ord-
v. :; : MAD, 115%, $1102;
at no cost, or if training or ity, military appearance and nance Yellow Wa er, 112%, $614;

Star programs are involved.The adaptability.The 109% $1934
** Naval Hospital, ;
regular sea.shore rotation new regulations will not ,
102%
Naval Station Mayport, ,
schedule will not be hurt nor become retroactive. Eligibilityfor .
$3468; Fleet Air Jax, 102%, $24-
will plans to order individualsto the Good Conduct Medal will
721 NAS Jax, 101%, $36,582; Re-
;
schooling.If be determined by regulations in CAPPING GOOD PERFORMANCE The Atlantic Fleet
"triple crown" has been won by Patrol Squadron 18. The outfit sident Industrial Manager, 100%,
you are due schooling, or effect for the time period being won the Navy's three most coveted awards in competition this $224, and NAS Cecil Field, 81%,
have been guaranteed same by reviewed.The year. The awards are the Battle Readiness 'Excellence PennantE $4444.
reenlisting under the Star pro- Medal was established by ), the Capt. Arnold Jay Isbell Trophy for Excellence in Air
gram,you will not be affected. Andno the Secretary of the Navy on Antisubmarine Warfare and the Commander Air Forces Atlantic Federal Agencies and their
Fleet Safety Award. Rear Admiral Thurston B. Clark. Commander percentage of donations, include:
one who has already received April 26, 1869, to recognize service -
Fleet Air Wings. Atlantic Fleet. (right) presents the of Agriculture 189%, $260;
orders needs to worry about having in the Navy above average I Isbell plaque to Comdr. Richard A. Sampson VP-18 command Dept.
to change plans, either. in conduct and proficiency.The ing officer.VP18 F.H.A. 183%, $593; Railroad Re-
tirement Board, 136%; $61; Interstate -
BIG is
THE cut to be in orders
Commerce Commission,
from one activity In this countryto
another. It will affect principally GIVEN 3 AWARDSPennant 134%, $87; Housing and Home

officers who are finishing Finance Agency, 133%, $12; Dept.,
Health Educa.-Welfare, 126%,
(Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1)) Navy's three most coveted of ,
awards were bestowed upon given yearly to one squadron taking part In ten a $252; Justice Dept., 117%, $532;

MDBS Payment Due Patrol Squadron 18 during cere- squadron of each type of aircraftin year, plus being graded on per Navy, 115%, $88,337; Corps of
the fleet. Other awards won formance in similar missions; ad- Engineers, 110%, $5896; Treasury
NAS Jax last
Mutual Death Benefit Society monies held at
this year by VP.18 are the Capt. ministrative and material in- Dept., 110%; $5112; Commerce
members are reminded that assessment Friday.
Arnold Jay Isbell Trophy for Excellence spections; operational readiness Dept., 105%, $155; Selective Ser.,
Nos. 149 and- 150 are THE AWARDS were presentedto
in Air Antisubmarine inspections, and squadron safety. 100%, $10; Veterans Administration -
now due.Payment. Comdr. Richard A. Sampson
officer by Warfare and the CommanderAir ALL OFFICES and records 100%, $540; Labor Dept.,
commanding ,
of $2.20 total for the VP-18
Clark Forces Atlantic Fleet Safety come under close scrutinization in 90%, $93; Federal Aviation Agcy.,
Thurston B.
two assessments must be paid Rear Admiral ,
Fleet Air Wings Award. administrative and material in- 87%, $1920; Army, 84%, $325;
Commander
by close of business November 9.
spections to insure that proper Air Force 76% $837 Gen. Sere
;
Checks or orders should Atlantic Fleet.Heading To win the "E, a squadronis
money procedures are used and ,squad- Admin., 68%, $142; and Post Office -
be made payable to Employees the, list of awards is scored in four categories; competitive
Mutual Death Benefit Society. the Battle Readiness, Excellence exercises with each (Please turn to Page 6, Col. 1)) 54%, $3414.



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". 2" JAX AIR NEW'S' : 3 :No'refnber 1960_



New Series


J JftKZftW4JJSCape. Each State's Auto



HAS, w..mn. Laws Different; ;j >
James t. Reedy Commending: Officer
Comdr. Robert Nl laon Executive Officer
MAl fix". FUt AIr J.ckMvflU Know The RulesEditors
tar Adm. Kcniwth Craig Command:
Capt. Griytton H. W.b.c .______ ________. ChUf of Staff, F.W.. ( Note This Is the
Capt. Nelson M. Heed CUM of Stiff, NAB SixrUtt first in a comprehensive seriesof
Ak WIlt| Elves
Capt. Rtnfro Turner, Jr. Commander articles concerning legal pro-
Capt. Murlln W. Alley Chl.f Staff Officer blems of Navymen, written by
Naval Ak Technical Tratnbi| Unit Comdr Nathan Cole Jr., NAS
Capt. Robert J. Fleming ___________________ Commanding Officer
Comdr Marlon K. Smith Executive Officer Jax Legal Officer.)
Naval Heapltal This week, the Jax Air News qM>

Capt. William L Cngelmen _____________________ Commanding Officer delves into the laws concerning
Capt. John 0. Feder Executive Officer automobiles. Each state has laws JI _
NARTU I _
Capt. F. H. Holt _______________________ _____ Commanding Officer peculiar to the area and all
Comdr. William M. Miller Executive Officer servicemen that have an auto-

mobile should make themselves
Printed commercially with non-epproprlated funds In Jackionvltle/ Florida at no
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 154. familiar with the laws at the
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, earliest opportunity after arrivalin
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air a new state.
Reserve Training Unit and the U. & Naval Hospital. whois
In Florida, a serviceman
Service Information Officer _... Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnls Jr. a legal resident of another VETERAN RETIRES Walter Dobarxynski. (right) a
Assistant Service Information Officer __________ Andrew H. Planey Quarterman Mechanic at NAS Jax Overhaul and Repair Department .
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Feature Editor-Mae Spencer, JOIj Staff R.port.re-Slncly state may maintain registrationin smiles upon receiving congratulations on his retirement I
Martinson, JOSN; Sam Bowman, SN. Photographer-Joy Beccarl, PH2. that state so long as he is last week from Capt. James R. Reedy NAS Jax
The Jax Air News Is e member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material living in Florida only because' commanding officer. Capt. Reedy read Dobarxynski a letter of I
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs, ordered to duty here. appreciation from the Hon. William B. Franke Secretary of !

. unless otherwise credited, are offlcl1 U. *. Navy Photographs. No one has the legal right to the Nary. Looking on is Mrs. Dobarxynski.
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone ex.Pensions .
his automobile in a state
register
8164, 656, 272 or 216.
other than his legal residenceor Career Ends
.. ,, ., Lengthy
,
,.. ? v :xvwn ye" n Y
'":., w:::'r' :'yr;'.ax::: Kfirxno.;.. x{ :
;, .,
,;:-" ioned, however.A .
serviceman may retain the
driver's license from another For Veteran Mechantic "

state as long as it is valid, and
Walter Dobarzynski a Quarterman Mechanic at Overhaul -
need not obtain a Florida licenseso
retired recently after having served
long as- he maintains his legal & Repair Dept.,

resience in his home state. His the; government for over 41 years.
Besides receiving congratulations -
wife has the same privilege. at NAS Jax in O&R.
from Capt. James R. Reedy,
, Although operator's license and
commanding officer of NAS Jax, He was promoted to Quarter
car registration do not have to
a let- man, Aircraft Mechanic, Motor,
Dobarzynski was awarded
T $ Fk T.r t WreEa match in Florida, it is a good
{ ter of appreciation from the Se- and then promoted to his pre-
practice to maintain both from
1 ird <, the same state, since there are cretary of the Navy, Hon. William sent status of Quarterman, Me-

B. Franke.SECRETARY. chanic, on Oct. 27, 1958.
states other than Florida which

rX: > r do require them to match. of the Navy Mr. and Mrs. Dobarzynski say

;:. commended Dobarzynski for be-I that they will retire in Jackson-

ro t n ing active in experimentation and ville and devote a lot of their

Vehicle Check research in the Naval Aviation time to hobbies and taking trips.

field and for his loyalty, initia-
When Mrs. Dobarzynski was
[iIiJir 'System Finds tive and devotion to duty. asked what she thought of her

Dobarzynski joined the Navy husband's 41 years with the government

._' .'_ .on Unsafe Cars Aug. 18, 1919, and served in she replied, "It is won-
SETS PACE IN FUND DRIVE- Turner Jr., assembly and repair operationsshore. derful that he stayed in one
(right) Commander Fleet Air Wing 11, tanks all commanding
officers of patrol squadrons attached to the Wing for their Approximately one out of Aboard ships he servedin place so long and that we have

outstanding success in support of the Community Cheit-United every four vehicles inspected for battleship and carrier opera- settled in the nicest place, Jacksonville -

Fund DriTe. All squadrons, and the FAW-11 Staff, responded decal renewal in Septemberwere tions and helped in the trainingand ,"
with contributions totaling 200. percent of quotas. found to have defects. examination of enlisted
Left to right are. Comdr. S. E. Storey. FAW-11 Staff repretentatire -
; Comdr. R. F. Bishop VP.16; Comdr. L. T. Barco VP-30, Faulty lights accounted for the students in fleet and air phasesof
and Comdr. R. A. Sampson VP18. Not shown is Comdr. J. J. largest single discrepancy among the Navy.Dobarzynski. THIS WEEK'SBRAINTWIS7ER
Coonan of VP5, who's squadron U currently deployed. the 320 vehicles found to have

some sort of defect, with 173 retired from the

Enlisted Persons Reminded coming in the category of faulty Navy in 1945 due to injuries sus- If the larger of two numbers

lights. tained in an airplane crash at which total 134, is one more than
Bad brakes was the second
largest discrepancy but Pearl Harbor. twice their difference, what are
Training Course MandatoryRecent perhapsthe
most dangerous fault of all, SINCE THEN Dobarzynski has these two numbers?

reports Lcdr. Theodore Payne, been employed by civil service (Answer on Page 4))
spot surveys have shown that persons are not NAS Jax Security Officer.

keeping up-to-date on mandatory- training- courses for advancement Defective brakes (weak master

in rating.An the courses required for advance- cylinders and leaky wheel kits) : 's 'f

upcoming Station instruction ment. The Station instruction to have been responsible for an untold

,is to provide a list of each be issued will contain these. number of motor vehicle rn _

mandatory training course by accidents, he reports.
Required Navy training courses The Station feels that in
name and NavPers number, according uncovering -
were revised since 1958 which
to the NAS Jax Career 66 vehicles with unsafe
probably means that a great
Information and Education Of brakes and having the owners
ficer. many persons must requalify by repair them, it has made a big
completing the new courses.It a
contribution c
to
highway safety
,,
MOST OF these courses, the
is the responsibility of the says Lcdr. Payne.
CI&E Officer says, are to be accompanied -
individual to keep abreast of the Other defects noted were:
by a related corre-
latest requirements. If you have cracked windshields, five cars; L } a'wgr
spondence course which is the r, y
competed in servicewide exa- tail-light out or obscured, 25
standard method of completing
a
minations in recent years but and other equipment defects, 51:
Navy training
course.
A total of 1160 privatelyownedvehicles
have not completed any new
In cases where no correspondence were inspected in Sep {

course exists, the N a v y professional Navy training cour- tember, with 840 passing the

training course must be com ses during this time you may be test.

pleted by means of a locally pre- one of those whose advancement

pared examination. eligibility is Incomplete.The Personalized Yule Cards

Deadline, for establishing eligi- CI&E Officer has urged Available At Exchange b. '

bility for the February advance- division officers and training officers Personalized greeting cards r A J fiJ J "7fi'hr 4

ment exams has been extendedto to assist their personnel in can be ordered now for Christ- V" ___

Jan. 1, 1961. ascertaining what courses are mas at Western Union and the CUB SCOUT INSPECTION'=The annual mi inspection androll
Watch Repair Shop in call of NAS Jax-sponsored Cub Scout Pack 131 was held :
NAV PERS 10052-H, "Training needed and whether or not they Three. Building last ekBJ the Scout Hall with a large group of Cubs parentsand ;
officials in attendance. the "troops
Publications for Advancement in have the most recent Shown inspecting "
completed There is a large selection of are. from left. James. Mock who took over as Cubmaster at
Rating" of March 1960 publishes ones. excellent quality cards. the meeting Elmer Hurst committee chairman. and Charles 1 E
Young, achievement chairman.r'p' :

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[ FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION Seminar On



The new 50-star American flag

,can now be obtained at cost from Shipping

FRA Branch 126, reports Richard

McMullen, Americanism chair


man.McMullen asks that persons fly Ends HereA

flags on the following days: Jan.
1; Inauguration Day, Jan. 20; three-day Household Goods
Seminar sponsored by the Military -
Lincoln's Birthday, Feb. 12;
i I Washington's Birthday, Feb. 22; X Traffic Management Agency,

| Easter Sunday, (Apr. 2 next Southeastern Traffic Region, in

1 year;) Army Day, Apr. 6; Moth 2 forest Park, Ga., completed its

er's Day, (May 14 next year;) session here last Saturday.The .
Memorial Day, May 30; Flag Day* Seminar was held to acquaint -

June 14; Independence Day, July military and civilian
J 4; Labor Day (first Mon. in transportation officers and

Sept.;) Constitution Day, Sept. household goods specialists on
17; Columbus Day, Oct. 12; Navy recently revised policies and regulations -

I Day, Oct. 27; Veterans Day, Nov. governing the transportation -
11; Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 24 I of household goods.

this year) and Christmas Day,, Capt. J. R. Reedy, NAS Jax
Dec. 25.Regular. commanding officer, welcomedthe
I meeting of Unit 126 group. He urged the conferees -

I of the ladies auxiliary is scheduled MODERN DAY ORVILLE WRIGHT Howard Beker. AD2, of Attack Squadron 44 shows to "take full advantage of
,J to be held Nov. 10 at 1930 off a wing of the Aeronca Defender airplane he and his family are constructing in the front this opportunity to improve their
the hall 4530 120thSt. yard of their Cedar Hills home. Baker began work on his lifelong ambition in September and has technical; knowledge and skills,
at meeting ,
progressed far in the short time since then. In fact the aircraft is now ready for a. covering. When and to do a better, more effective -
., in Yukon. finished. Baker hopes to dope the plane with green and cream color. household
of
Regular meeting of the branchis job handling

slated for Nov. 17 at 2000 at goods shipments.
Dream Soon To Become Principal address delivered
the meeting hall. All retired or Lifelong Reality was -
career enlisted men in the regu- by Col. D. M. Altgelt, USAF,
Director of the Mili-
.. Regional
lar Navy or Marines on at leasta
second enlistment are eligibleto As VA-44 Mechanic Builds Own AirplaneA tary Traffic Management Agency -
r'd- join the branch. responsible for transportationand
traffic management functions
The two newest classes at NA-
dream is aboutto for all installations
TTUnlt schools, AE "B" Cass life long as possible. The plane has a wing hardly had room for anythingelse military
for Howard in the Southeast.Col. .
materialize
60-45 and AO "B" Class 60-46, span of nearly 37 feet. It will after we got the wings in
will be honor guests .at this Baker, AD2, of VA-44. Baker be powered: by a 65 HP engineand the house. We had to wait out Altgelt outlined the need
rJr- branch meeting. has had hopes for over 20 will have a top speed of 95 the storm in the kitchen. for improved household goods

years of building his own mph with cruising speed of 87 "WE PLAN to cover the plane services and .stated it was the

ee- Branch 91 of FRA is planningto plane. mph. with 74 yards of 'A' cloth. This; purpose of this Seminar to make
This past September, he was
hold a shrimp boil at the THE: ANTIQUE craft will havea is made up more or less like a certain that transportation officers -
able to purchase pieces of an
Fleet Reserve Club, 8554 Roose- landing speed of 38 mph. It hasa slipcover, then pulled on," said I of the military services and
velt Blvd., Saturday, from 1700to Aeronca Defender from sourcesat ceiling of 12,000 feet and a rate the red-haired housewife. the household goods carriers
n'ir- 2100. Craig Field. The aviation en- of climb of 450 feet per minute.. Baker has been flying since thoroughly and uniformly understand -

There will be all the trimmingsyou thusiast began assembling' the I. Baker has been assemblingthe he was 18 years.old and ha: every aspect of the new
can eat for a donation of pieces In his spare time. plane in the front yard about 250 hours night time1 log regulations.

)5.as $1.25; children, 75 cents. All FRA HE NOW HAS the craft ready of his home in Cedar Hills. lIe ged. Mrs; Baker, a flying buff,
and LAFRA members are in- for covering. When finished has been assisted by his son, plans to qualify for her pilot's,i Federal '
er vited. Baker wants to dope it with "Slugger," age six, and friends. license soon. Impact

vn- Next scheduled meeting of cream and green colors.If Slugger has become quite a mas- Even Slugger has gotten in Funds Survey

nne Branch 91 is set for Nov. 17, all plans work out satis- ter paint scraper, says his dad. some "seat time" since the front

one week earlier than usual because factorily, the black-haired plane "Actually," Mrs. Baker revealed seat of the airplane has been, Report EndingAnyone

vek of .the Thanksgiving holi- builder hopes to fly the two- 'the construction of the installed. with incompleted
day. seater to an antique air showin plane has become a family pro- Right now, Baker is trying to federal impact school funds

Iowa in June 1961. ject. You should have seen our find a licensed A&E aboard the survey cards should return

When finished, the plane will living room and the hallway station who. would like ,to help i them to the individual schools,

Health Is resemble the original as closely during hurricane 'Donna. We cover the plane. I properly filled out, immediately. -

___ __..._._.._H..... ............. Baker says he is afraid there .
/
.: 3. will be an accident in front of Employees of the federal

DefenseAgainst his house one of these days as government and armed forces

rs, passersby spend more time look- personnel with children attending -
:mre FluWith ing at the plane instead of the Duval County schools

road. have been given these formsto
the change in the wea- 1 '3f He .is a Navy veteran of 14 be completed. This is to

ther, now Is the time to think years. At the present time he give an accurate count of the
about building up your resis- works In the Power Plant Divi- number of such children in

'f. tance against flu and colds by sion of VA-44. school here.Federal .. -

'j keeping physically fit. aid is given to local
To do this means eating the school under Public
Area Abounds With systems
proper food and getting ade- Law 874 on the basis of the

quate exercise, sleep and rest. Things To See Do number of youngsters of fed-
I I'd In addition, a person should eral employees who are attending -
avoid physical contact with infected Among the many inquiriesthat
the schools.
well avoid- reach the Service Informa-
persons as and as extremesIn tion Office at the Naval Air The number of "federal .im-
ing excess fatigue
pact" children attending
Technical Training Unit are
temperature. schools in this county is expected
remember in queries as 'to where a man can
Another thing to
to increase consider-
find something to do in town.
avoiding colds is to use plentyof from the last
ably 10,874 total
II soap and water in keeping This happens at all military

home, working area and bases, no matter where they may' year.
your
clean.According' be located, except possibly in
yourself :x
to experts the fol- 8 h s ar. ih some large metropolis.This Regional Bridge Tourney

lowing measures should be tak-1 yr YY; + area offers many oppor- Scheduled For Nov. 9-13
tunities for a serviceman or wo-
if signs of a cold do appear: I
en
annual Florida
The second
man to have a good time and
I Eat well balanced meals of still save money. Regional Bridge Tournament is

easy ,to digest foods; drink plenty One, place offering such entertainment slated to be held Nov. 9-13 at the

of liquids; relieve accompanying ; Is the USO Club, Robert Meyer Hotel in Jackson-
aches with salicylate 7rL-
minor located at 331 W. Forsyth St. in ville.
to sick call if
analgesics, and, go Jacksonville. It is each day Daily schedule of play begins
.. ,. '. s.<. .,. .-' open
JllP'I IIi.;# .y. w
symptoms persist. in from 0900 to 2300. Wednesday through Saturday at
boost
with PERSONNEL BOOST VP-16 enjoyed a big
i Should a cold catch up personnel arid aircraft strength during October when Comdr. If your forte Is reading and 1330, while Sunday's games are
I you be thoughtful of others and Ralph F. Bishop commanding officer, made 10 Brazilian officers studying, Jacksonville University slated for 1300.

; you will avoid spreading the and 19 aircrewmen honorary squadron members.Val, officer-in-In photo located on the banks of the Entry fees for the regional
above, Comdr. Bishop, (left) and MaJ. Joao
disease. charge of the Brazilian Air Force detachment which trained St. Johns River in the Arlington events will be $2.50 per playerper
t
. 4 Cover your mouth and nose here, prepare to add VP-16 insignia on fuselage of Brazilian area, offers a variety of session. All other games will
when coughing and sneezing. Use aircraft. The insignia above it is Brazilian and represents night school courses. be $2.25 per player per session.Y .
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1 The Navil Hospital greeted 49 new .
You at the Polls" is the slogan adopted for the presi- arrivals recently, with girls' outnumberI I<

dential election by the American Heritage Foundation and ing boys, 30 to 19.
the Advertising Council in their non-partisan drive to get out Born Sept. 23 weret Claudia Jane, to
Roy Werner! DTI, end Mrs. Warner; t
the vote. social voting involves ': \ Carmen Ruth, to CSO and Mrs. Glenn
But prior to their campaign to pressures)- : :: .j. ... .. Payne; Donna Louise, to Jimmy Austin,
encourage more Americans to use discussion, argument. It may en k\ y'.i GM3, and Mrs. Austin Richard Seaman,

their ballot, the two organizations danger family relations, group to Alvin Murphy, AE2, end Mrs. Murphy
position, even occupation. (4)) Dis- \ \ : Thomas Larry II, to Thomas Hendricks,
undertook extensive research to
trust of political and governmentforces. RMSN, and Mrs. Hendricks; Glenn Alan,
find out exactly what motiva- to Frank Taylor, AECS, and Mrs. Taylor,
tions cause some people to stay (5)) The "protest" of not \ and Terry Lee, to Duane Link, EM2, and

away from the polls and othersto voting. Mrs. Link.
(6) Fear of making decisionsand Seven youngsters entered the world
exercise their franchise.
for here S.pt. 24. They Include Deborah
taking responsibility
WHY DON'T they vote? Here Ann, to David Mueller, SN, and Mrs.
are nine reasons the researcherscame them. (7) Emotional fatigue from Mueller; Charles William, to Donald

up with: the long campaign period. ((8) Grace, BT2, and Mrs. Grace Louise
; Montgomery, to' Lt. and Mrs. John Was-
Apathy based on cynicism or on
(1)) A single vote won't count.
naive confidence in the basic son; Cynthia Lynne to John Fremeua,
((2) Personal laziness. ((3)) Fear of AMI 1, and Mrs. Fremeua Brenda Lee, to

stability of society. ((9)) Disen- .-.=--.........-,.t-. ._--- Gerald Hove, SA, ,and Mrs. Hove Susan
Long Winter Evening franchised prisoners, ex-con- I SAME RANK DIFFERENT NAVY-Comdr. Karl-Hehu Blaas. Beverly, to William Lawman,. HM3, and .,
victs, migrants, persons who (left) of the Federal German Navy, and Comdr. George Stains Mrs. Lawman, and Sonya Denise, to William -
Ends For 19 At Pole moved too recently. of Disease Vector Control Center here, discuss problems relatingto Garrett, AT2, and Mrs. Garrett.
medicine during Comdr. Births of Sept. 251 Kathleen Marie, to
South Pole Station-A small advanced military preventive
THE RESEARCHERS also offered -
Blaas' visit last week.GermanNavy. James Brady, HM1, and Mrs. Brady
group of men huddled together another nine reasons why Teresa Aileen, to Gilbert Baughman, SKI,
here in 80 below zero weatherin people do go to the polls. Theyare and Mrs. Baughman James Warren II,
a short flag raising ceremony : Officer to Ensign and Mrs. James Ryals Phyllis
Dianne, to ACW and Mrs. Eddie Blank-
that marked the end of a six-
(1)) Sense of patriotic duty. (2) enshlp Keith Alder, to Frederick Cerny,
month long Antarctic winter Sense of participation, of belong- BM3, and Mrs. Cerny; Glenn Wayland, to

night this week. ing. (3) Sense of power and self- Views DVC CenterComdr. Fred Buckner, AN, and Mrs. Buckner;
The group climbed aboard two importance. ((4) Strong personal Wanda Sue, ,to Lewie Sexton, BM2, and
Mrs. Sexton, and Charles Gilbert Jr., to
sleds hitched to a tractor to hur- feelings for or against candidatesand Karl-Heinz Blaas, of the Federal German Navy Lt. and Mrs. Charles Wingfield.

ry out to the candy-striped flag- issues. ((5) Response to excitement (Medical Corps), recently visited Disease: Vector, Control Leading the list arrivals Sept. 26
pole 1,000 yards from camp and of campaign. was Robin Ray, born to Donald Beaton,
raise the 50-star Center at NAS Jax as a part of observership training while i AE2, and Mrs. Beaton. Also born that
flag. (6) First time'voters to whom in the United States for the first time. I day were Matthew Kent, to Danny

Following the ceremony, the voting means coming of age. ((7) Comdr. Blaas participated in Thompson, MM3, and Mrs. Thompson
group adjourned to the mess hall New citizens to whom voting ,a course of Advanced Military I In 1945, Comdr. Blaas sur- Jeffrey Randall, to James Chambers, A03,
rended to Canadian and and Mrs. Chambers .Rebecca Ann .
for a sunrise banquet soldiers ; to Rob-
complete symbolizes their hard-won citi Preventive Medicine in Wash-
ert Shockley, AK2, and Mrs.
marched foot as prisoner Shockley,
was on a
with all the trimmings.Ten Navy- zenship. ((8)) Discovery of a cham- lngton D.C., at the Army Institute and Tracy, to Meryl Williams, AC2, and ,
men and nine civilian scientists in Holland. Affer his capitulation Mrs. Williams.
pion who will represent the of Research, Walter Reed
i are currently stationed at the voter. ((9)) Desire to conform to Hospital. He was granted an he was still a hygieist, Also born that date were Vickie Jo.
: Pole. with his original unit but in a to James Kallas, AA, and Mrs. Kallas;
the group. extension of three weeks in the civilian status. Sharon Marie, to Randolph Stone, AN,
U.S. in order to intensify.his and Mrs. Stone Jo-Marie, to Phillip Do-
r AFTER WWII, Comdr. Blaas: I bosz, AMH1, and Mrs. Dobosz, and Bon

our.BEFORE ARRIVING in Jax. entered the Federal German nie Smith.tee, to Jack Smith, AB2, and Mrs.

< / 5., 4 Comdr. Blaas visited Preventive Navy when the Federal Republicof
Navy Birth of Sept. 27 included, those of
? \ Medicine Unit No. 2at Germany was established in I Robin Cormelia, to William Brown, AA,
,
r Norfolk, Va. After visitingJax western Germany. and Mrs. Brown; Valerie Lynn, to Gerald
: $ Edwards, AE1, and Mrs. Edwards Kelly
Blaas was due to stop at Comdr. Blaas commented on Ann, to Paul Masters, AEMAN, and; Mrs.

the Naval Shipyard, Phildalphia, his first visit to the United States Masters; Teresa Lynn, to Howard Bright,
Pa. as "a wonderful experience AN, and Mrs. Bright, and Racheall Lynn,

j After completing his tour in in a wonderful country." He added to John Majkol!, AMS3, and Mrs. Majkol.
Nine births were recorded 28.
Sept.
the U.S., Comdr. Blaas will return that the U.S. Navy is, of They Included those of Joseph Lyle, to

i to Hanover, Germany,wherehe course, better than Germany's; Joseph James, EN2, and Mrs. James;
I I is a hygieist attached to Section nit that Germany is now rebuilding Karen Lee, to Richard Hardy, AN, and
of her fleet. Mrs. Hardy; Bonita Gay, to William
of
Hygiene Naval Sanitation -
I Banton, AN, and Mrs. Banton Edward
t tI Office of the Baltic Sea. Besides being a hygieist, ; Lewis, to Lewis Dees, YN2, and Mrs.
He is in the same military sta- Comdr Blaas maintains a labor Dees; Joy Lynn, to William Creech, AM2,

tus as that of a Preventive Medi- atory for research and experimentation and Mrs. Creech; Karen Marie, to Horace
I I Finley, AEC, and Mrs.
Finley Baby girl,
cine Officer. .
:'" in fields of micro to Everette Gwlnn, AE1, and Mrs. Gwinn
: The Federal Republic of Germany biology immunology and clinical Baby boy, to S/Sgt. and
Mrs.
.... ,. .... ... : : George
..:.,. "':"'>,':' ':".::.:.;,:.:>. consists of six military physiology. Roberts, and Baby girl, to Jimmie Fisher -
.. districts AT3, and Mrs. Fisher.
due
to their
hADESIGNED new systemin -4
-
r Rounding out the list for the week
: territorial defense. (Answer to Braintwister) were four births of Sept. 29. They were

...... ...... :: COMDR. BLAAS enlisted in Baby boy, to Edgar Williamson
.
.. .... ,..J: MM,
.'.' .'. .
"<"<.w.w-: .:>"..'..'<""_.......,jt_.,, .,.;..w.I.........;;,;.. t. :.....,*,..:......"'.4 ,.. .._ the German Navy Oct. 19, 1935, 89 and 45. Multiply 134 by two; and Mrs. Williamson Baby boy, to Calvin
AIRCREWMEN Comdr. John E. Cousins, and educated : add one; subtract 134 and divide Getz, All, and Mrs. Getz; Baby boy, to
was
(left) VAP-62 commanding officer, awards certificates and pre. as a soldier by the sum of two and one for: Dallas Blevins, TEC, and Mrs. Blevins,
sents congratulations to ,11 men recently chosen to receive ashore for three months and asa the smaller number. and Baby boy, to Raymond Wods, AMH2,
Aircrewman wings. Receiving his wings is John DeFiore, PH2, sailor aboard for three months, and Mrs. Woods.
while James Crooks, PHI, looks on. Other new aircrewmen of
VAP.62 are Thomas Gary, AM2; Thomas Grawrock, ADI; In April, 1936, he served one
James Herry, PHI; Robert Dumont, PT1; Ronald Peterson, year internship at the German
AD3: Daniel Sweeney, AD2; Roland Morris, AOl; Robert Naval Hospital in Kiel, after L 45 __ __ _
Sitar, AD2, and Phillip Tibbetts, PHCS. which he became a doctor. % XI ____ _

Comdr. Blaas obtained his com- .E_ ___ ..;
Employee Voting Rules Urge mission March 1, 1937, in the
German Navy. He studied medicine -
'

All Eligible To Cast Ballot Graz,at Austria.Contract universities. in Kiel and 4 '( /

\ t .:i i
NAS Jax employees were reminded .
The will be Is Let For
employee given
this week of their privilege -
advised' time off either at the beginning
to vote and were Street
end of his ResurfacingWork
or regular working
of Station policy concerning time
off for voting. hours whichever requires the is expected to begin
least amount of time off.
The Navy Department encour- next week on resurfacing several ,
ages employees to exercise their VOTING HOURS in this state streets at NAS Jax. 1 A

right to vote and grants rea- are from 0700 to 1900. It is improbable A Public Works official has 1 1 _
sonable amounts of excused time therefore, that there announced that a contract has & ;

without charge to leave for such would be any instances where been let to Duval EngineeringCo.

purposes. excused time will be necessary.' for the job. I

POLICY IN this respect pro- Where circumstances require! The contract provides for applying -
_
_ _
vides that where employees do additional time, however inch of ...... ._..... .
employees one asphalt to approximately -- : : >- >>::8<:;::;:>'&...t3:;: !.. H ;;::.t4rH{:' .1i ill
not have at least three hours will furnish a statement 43,000 square yards RECEIVING 30.YEAR PINS Lapel emblems

either before or after their reg- giving full jurisdiction for the and a single bituminous surface last ing 30 week years 10 two faithful civilian service to the government were represent.awarded

ular working hours to vote may treatment covered with mineral fin, (left) of Public employees of NAS Jax. Eugene Grif.
needed time off. This will be Works Depl., and
be granted such time as requiredto aggregate to approximately 107- of Overhaul and Repair Dept. were the Raymond Howe, (right)

provide an opportunity to casta approved or disapproved by the I 000 square yards, together with the R. Reedy, NAS Jax commanding officer,recipients.(center) congutulated Capt. James
two
ballot. department head. traffic markings. careers. upon their reaching this milestone in their Federal

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I 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Pep 5,


Tier Practice Air Force Club Idle



essions Pickp Admen, V AP-62 Gain


MomentumThousands


In Football Scramble
[ upon thousands are

looking to Election Day, Nov.

[caught up in the tide of events, Administration and VAP-62, both sensing a chance to

It members of the Jax Navyers creep up slightly on league-leading 679th Air Force, won

basketball squad are look- their games in the Mainside Football League last week.

beyond to Nov. 22 and thet The Air Force crew had a I Aircraft Maintenance downed
of the game with VP-18 postponed be-
game season.
i VA-15, 7-6. The latter nurseda
cause of operating commitmentsfor
practice drills are picking I
up lead through most of the game
the latter club.
mentum on the Mainside
gym when Lester Bryant flagged
BOB WILLIAMS and Bob
with stress
being
jrds placed
down TD to the
a pass score
Greene both pulled in two TD
[ball control and working pat- with Bill
evener Bradley luggingthe
aerials to help VAP-62 scorea
leather for the extra
winning
s.ADING
39-20 win in a freewheelingcontest
the squad at this point.
with FAETU.
stage are three skyscraping ,
The Maintenance eleven won
Also scoring for the winnerswas
jrt veterans, Al Sheppard, Milton Richardson, who entered its second of the week, blanking
*," and star of the 1959-60 } S } w.
t payoff territory once. Dick Hospital, 7-0, two days after
; Bill Olivey, 6,' 66," from
its close vedict over VA-15. Jim
Parker scored twice to lead the
,
Lant, and Oliver Young, 6'4"of
FAETU offense.Administration. Hazelhurst scored this game'slone
| Memphis Navy's 1959-60 touchdown.
recorded its

i' second shutout of the year by Aircraft Maintenance's Bryantis
eppard, however, is facingble
transfer in turning back Supply, 18-0. Sup- leading all Mainside scorers
December ply's attack was bogged down with 24 points. Next come Bob
Departure would put a __,, .
'severein *> << "":w. "';<': \<} '<': with several pass interceptions.THE Warski of FAETU, and Williamsand
> Jax Navy strength. ATTACK BOTTLED Jim Lee,
Hospital quarterback Greene, both of VAP-62.
pair of scrimmage tilts have ((12)) is foiled in an attempt to connect with a forward pass ADMEN and VAP-62 are They have 18 points each.Carapellatti.
r carded with JU. The first during action in the Hospital-Aircraft Maintenance touch foot- tied for second place, both with
ball game last week at the football stadium. Aircraft Maintenance 3-1 records, while the 679th is
ted for Friday, Nov. 11, at defender, Jim Haielhurst, blocked the pass moments
unbeaten in four tilts.
Bide gym and the secondt later then helped his teammates carve out a 7.0 victory in the
In a good defensive battle, ,
[ JU's gym, Nov. 18. Mainside League game.

FT. GORDON Signalairese ....,.

opposition for the Flier's Score CardBOWLING r.i.'{::: / ; .., .. Johns Top

gular game of the year, :PJjJoI:::: f <
at Mainside I JGolf, ,
gym. Other : <; >; Pistol ShootVeterans
e opponents for
the season %:
American Laagu.ComFair'A'
Eglin AFB's Eagles Ft. "" $ and newcomers alike
2Oper. Ord, 2 f .
Saints and h. ". ,..,. ...., ,'
Patrick AFB.es Grocers 4, Waves 'B' 0 '. P" fared well in the monthly shoot-
.;; 'L..1.: :. ......
Sheppard, Young and Hornets 3, Air. Main 'A' 1Hospital ing match of the Jax Navy pis-
3, VP.30 1
t > other promising candire Dispensary 4, Dental 'A' 0 tol club at the firing range

T. B. Warner, John Marines 4, Cherry Pickers 0 Championship aboard the Station last Sunday.

Doug Houg, Al MarB. Continent! League Master Class honors were taken -

Clark, Ted Longeny Admin. 3, Alley Kats 1 by G. D. Carapellatti in the
Disbursing 'A' 3, WAR 1
Reed, R. H. Butler and NARTU 3, FAETU 'A' 1 Be Settled This MonthThe 'I .22 and .38 caliber events while

,. ompson. MARTD 3, Raiders 1 teammate A. C. Johns capturedthe
; ". \j" Supply 'A' 4, Air Mant. 'B' 0 Station Golf Championship will be up for grabs .45 caliber title in the same

t"ient For Gear Cougars 3,National Butchers League I starting next Thursday. The tourney to decide this year's class.

, will through Nov. 27 and is to all mem-
champion run open
At NAS FAETU 'B' A, A. .C Mainf. 'C' 0 Competition in the Expert
,,,,;; Sought Supply 'B' 3, Dental 'B' 1' bers of the NAS Jax golf club who a hold monthly member- Class, next lowest class on the
e with athletic Vp.18, O&R 1 I ship.
equip- of the tourney are Comdr. Wil- rung, was monopolized by a Ce-
:, .. ;t : good condition wishing ComFair 'B' 3, 679th 1 There will be flights 6f 16, shooter Don Mahnke.
, cil Field ,
AUW 3, Disbursing 'B' 1 liam Koressel Bill
Scarbrough
,
,'\ ibute it to the Mainside GOLF according to handicap, althoughthis He won first in the .22, .38 and
l Services gear room are Scratch League will be a match play affair Earl Pearson, chief Campbell, .45 shoots.In .

to contact Lcdr. Charles Admin. 8, Marines, 1 and no handicaps will be used Bob Thiel and Guido Ruscetta.An .
"o" class R.
,' NAS Jax Special Ser- FAETU 51, Hospital 31 in actual competition. the Sharpshooters ,
fficer.> Handicap League D. Dawson won all three caliber
PRIZES WILL be awarded to
VP.30 61, Supply 21 insurance claim agent was
pment in usable con- VA-44 8, VA-15 I I the winner and runner-up in trying to teach his wife to drive events with D. D. Allen turningthe

: such as golf clubs and Air Maint. 5, 679th 4 i each flight and winner of each when the brakes suddenly failed triple trick in the Marksman

tennis racquets, ball bats consolation flight. Class.
A real test of will power is to on a steep downgrade. "I can'tstop
[loves, is needed to replen- There is an entry fee of two ," She shrilled. "What shall Ten new members of the Jax
e supply of equipment have the same ailment some per- dollars and must sign "
on persons up I do? Navy team competed in theday's
,:for use by military per- son is describing to you before 1700, Nov. 9.
il. "Brace yourself," he advised, events with D. L. Scholler
and not mention it. All first round matches must
I "and hit like the best of the
be played within the period of try to something cheap. looking crop.

Nov. 10-16 and all second round

matches must be finished within Vols Orange Panthers
,
the period of Nov. 1720.

NOV. 21.26 are the dates for
third round action with all final Tigars Unanimous PicksLast

round matches slated for Sun-
week was an average one for the Jax Air News panel of
day, Nov. 27.
football prophets with Sam Bowman and the Editors registering
Laying final plans for conduct 10 right choices to lead the field.

I Bowman holds a 58-32 mark for a percentage of ,644 with the

Spike League Lead I Editors close behind with 53-37 and Frank McCaffrey with 43-47

4 for a percentage of .522. Guest pickers are doing well with 48 right

: ) Held By Unbeatens"One picks out of 75 selections for an avergae of .589.

little two little Guest selector of this week is Mae Spencer, JO1. Games are

Indians." The unbeatens were Syracuse-Army; Navy-Duke; Penn-Yale; Pitt-Notre Dame; Iowa-

I1131j narrowed to only two in the Minn.; Nebraska-Kansas; Mich. St.-Purdue; Colo.-Missouri; Ga.-Fla.;

Mainside Volleyball League after Tenn.-Ga. Tech; FSU-Miami; Rice-Arkansas; Texas-Baylor; Wash-

.; ,4 last week's action. ing-Southern Cal. and Small School Sleeper, Wash. & LeeCarnegieTech.

irc VP-30, one of the two clubs .

F' with clean slates, handed VA44its BOWMAN EDITORS MAC SPENCER
j tL Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse Syracuse
first. defeat of the year, 15-13 Navy Duke Navy Navy
c and 15-8. Yale Yale Yale Penn
Pitt. Pitt. Pitt.
The only unbeaten, VP-16, Pitt.
Iowa Iowa Iowa
Minn.
:: I' downed Dispensary, 12-9 and Nebraska KansasPurdue KansasPurdue KansasPurdue
..
.:. :"" I., -" -
:*:<= K"" 15-4. In other action, Adminis- Mich. State
FUNDAMENTAL STRESS The finer points of the cage tration defeated Aircraft Main- MissouriFlorida Missouri Missouri Missouri

sport are being stressed in daily workouts of the Jax Navy tenance, 15-4 and 14-12; the Georgia Florida Florida
Fliers. Discussing how to get set before taking a set shot are ; Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee TennesseeFSU
coach Eli: Maricich (second from right) and R. H. Butler, can- 679th bested Dispensary, 14-12, Miami Miami FSU
didate for the squad. Looking on are aspirants Jerry Milauec 5-15 and 15-8, and VA-44 turned Arkansas Arkansas ArkansasBaylor Rice
Al Sheppard and Jim Thompson. Jax Nary opens the 1960.61 back ComFair Jax, 15-12 and Baylor Baylor Texas
campaign against the Ft. Gordon Signalaires Nor. 22 at Main- Washington Washington Washington use
side gym. 15-6. Wash. & Lee Wash. Lee Wash. & Lee Wash. & Le.November .



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J lOne, Vote Can Swing State to Candidate If Ya'



l Webster's Dictionary defines"majority" Ask Us
1 E as "the quality or candidate with the most votes to come up with a winner, the been elected who did not havea

I wins, even though he may not issue is decided in the House of majority of the popular votes be
i state of being major or greater; What do you consider to
have where cast but had a majority of the
of the major-
a "majority" votes Representatives a
I the number greater than half the biggest benefit of a Navy
cast. ity of votes from all states (each electoral votes.
However, in practical applica- career and why?
tion, particularly with regard to IN THE LATTER case, the having one vote) is needed to The last time this occurredwas That was the question asked

elections in the United States, the candidate is said to have won decide the winner. in 1948 when former Presi- this week by the Jax Air News"I
word has meanings. by a "plurality" in votes of dent Truman had 49.4 per cent
many 140, 35 and 25 the winner with 40 Under the present "winner of the popular vote and 57.2 per gues security -
IT IS LOOSELY said here thata is the
take all" electoral college
I would have the plurality.As sys- cent of electoral vote.
majority is 51 per cent or a tem now In use, a presidential biggest benefitof
confusing as this sounds, it
What does this ? Simply
prove
in of the total for
figure
excess Navy ca-
candidate who has a pluralityof a
only gets more so when the elec- that vote does count. It
all others. Thus 50 is majority every You
a the states' popular vote is reer. are
toral college system comes into
99 and 51 is majority of 101. might be one vote that gives a assured of
pf
a play. To be elected president, a awarded all of the states' elec- retirement -
candidate plurality in a state,
a bene-
However, if more than two candidate must receive a major- toral votes.ELEVEN.
contestants are running for the ity of the electoral votes. TIMES in past presi- thus giving him all of the state's fits and a job
a
same position in an election, the IF THE electoral college fails dential elections candidates haveSUGGESTION electoral votes. t while servingin
the Navy,
.
-w1 "
"
Veteran NATTU Frey and pay." John

<. .y; .Classified: ,. D. Frey, TD2, FAE-TU. I

Tutor Honored 1 ., "This is something I couldn't
answer in a
_I_ (The Jax Air News la prohibited -
Retirement by Defense Department short time as
Upon regulations from listing commercial there are too 4S
I v xN
advertising.Ads many benefitsto '
Military and civilian personnelalike in this column are limited even begin
turned out in force for a to housing, for rent and sale,
roms, lost and found items and : with. I am. a
held at the CPO Clubat
luncheon
"
miscellaneous andI
(such as rides : career man
NAS Jax Oct. 27 honoring wanted and swaps in duty as- think the
NATTUnit instructor Dow Beck
signment.. ) Navy offers
;1 upon his retirement from a civil No ads are taken by phone,
service career.A all must be submitted personallyor many opport-
by mail. The Jo:: Air News unities to career -
plankowner at NATTUnit, k : r reserves the right to edit all minded Dease
Beck began his with the
career
ads.Deadline people," B. G. Dease AO1 Instructor
-
federal government in Februaryof for ads each week is I
at AO "A" School, NAT-
Tuesday at 1200))
1941 when he was one of sev-
For Sale TU.
eral civilian instructors sent by Good Brick Buy-3 bdrm house, 2
the state to the newlyestablished bath, Fla. rm, fen. bk. yd, 7430 Coral "There are 'a
training center here. ( Sea Rd, Ortega Hilli. Lcdr David Car- lot of benefits
These instructors were absorbed ____ .ruth, VP-16, EV 4.5233 or Ext. 635. but I think sec-
Equity-4 bdrm, 2 bath home' hdwd. .
:;.. ; urity and retirement -
later into the Civil Service
fin cen. heat, shade trees, Ig. end, ''' 4
System and Beck has been in gar., conv. to NAS Jax & Cecil Field. bene-
federal service ever since.A Lcdr. F. R. Pollard, Ext. 8363/427 or : fits are the
CX SP 1.3178
cake was provided J. E. biggest. Everyone -
by "
1955 Trailer-1 bdrm, 29 ft, A-l cond;
Rabourn and Beck was presented kit., bathrm; shwr, liv. rm, sleeps four, looks for-
with an engraved watch by r low Equity, can be financed. Mrs. M. A. ,. (ward to retire-
W. C. Segee. -mil Howard, SP 1.2266 or Cecil Field. Ext. ment and an
PAYS OFF An in work 567. ow. -., '
High Beck's improvement ease of life.
on plans for his
methods on the F4D has earned a Beneficial Suggestion check Venetla M.nor-3 bdrm home, 2 bath Bomia
retirement days is working with for $340 for Corando Longoria of NAS Jax Overhaul and Ig (liv. rm, sep din. rm, den, doublegar George L. Bom-
flowers. He is known for the Repair Dept. Longoria (left) who won his award along with 20 Ig. treei. 5760 Salerno Rd., W. fa, ADC, VA176."I .
many awards he's won in vari- other "Benny Sugg" winners of September, explains his ideato Comdr. H. J.' Skipper, EV 74805. I think the biggest benefitof
ous flower shows. R. C. Smith Shops Group Supervisor, and Capt. Thomas B. Conv. to Cecil & NAS-3-bdrm home, '
Haley O&R Officer. Longoria's new method of installing the 11 bath, 41% GI Equity hdwd firs, fen, the Navy is the feeling of
subject aircraft service change eliminates necessity of removingand yd, double car port & Ig stor rm with security. Security of job and
VP-18 Given replacing a large number of rivets. bnwy. CH OSN. L. W. Stanley, SP 11715. knowing if you do your 'job well,
Normandy Village-3 bdrm home, lm
med, GI loan, $69 you will deserve your paychecks.
(Contnued from ocpy per mo, $325dn.
Page 1)) '
Servicemen Should PrepareFor M/Sgt. R. W. Gerrie, Ext. 8208 or There are unlimited possibilitiesand
rons are graded on readiness for EV 80638. it is all up to the individualto

actual combat during an opera- ,.. For Rent make something of him-
tional New Paint-1 bdrm' house, unfurn,
readiness
inspection. Dependents ProtectionAs gar, yd, $50 per mo. George Cunningham self. My original -
The Isbell Trophy for Excel- EV 89886. goal whenI

lence in Air Antisubmarine War- 4214 Baltic St.3 rm. apt., $65 per enlisted was ,
fare, first awarded in 1959, is long as a serviceman remains on active duty, his de- mo. Mrs. Bell, EV 91348.
to become chief
lake Shore-2 bdrm home, Fla. rm",
named for the late Capt. Arnold pendents are protected under several programs. However, I
kit. equip gar close to church, schls, & and I surpassed -
J. Isbell who when he joins the retired list of his service
distinguished him- respective manyof shp cen. Chief Warrant Ocafic, EV' goal. I

self during WWII, in conducting _these' benefits with.regard. to his dependents cease to exist. ,73953. would my like to
antisubmarine operations against With this fact in mind, it is Cedar Hills-working woman' will rent
;gent. I Ig.: bdrm. & bath, kit, prlv., to single retire as a
hostile subs thwarting shipping clearly evident that the service-
The third method of protection -! working women or married working commander if
along convoy routes from the man must plan ahead for the : couple. Miss Mischung, Mon to Thur after :
which can be used alone or I can." Lt. (jg) j
and of his
U. S. to North Africa. protection care dependents 1500, SP
THE TROPHY is located in in case of his death in conjunction with either of the I 12034.This 'n' That Wayne Car- Carpenter
after he retires. above, is covered in the Unifom- ; Ride Wanted-or loin car pool from : penter, VAP-62. I II
i Washington and engraved pla-
Yule.,
ed Services 1 Fernandina Beach or
ques are presented to the Naval THERE ARE three basic meth- Contingency Option Lawrence Walker, Ext. 8510 073Q.1600'j

aviation squadron which achieves ods in which a serviceman is Act of 1953. I Fernandina Beach.PUBLIC I CPO Notes I

excellence in air antisubmarine assured that his family will be

warfare. cared for after he passes on. Plenty of entertainment is being

The third award won by VP18is All servicemen are presently I promised CPO Club members and

the Commander Naval Air covered under Social Security; I guests for Sunday evenings dur-

Forces Atlantic Fleet Safety however, to collect, his wife must ing November;

Award presented to those squad- be at least 62. As the average Set to appear there are Ange-

rons which possess outstanding age of persons retiring from the lina's Combo, Nov. 6; Bud Clark

achievements in safety in both service with 20 years active dutyis Trio, Nov. 13 and 27 and Del

air and ground operations Involving in the early 40's, this means Ray Orch., Nov. 20.

the handling of aircraft. there could be a 15 or 20 year Members are also invited to
wait for monthly checks to roll
I spend an evening Friday or Sat

Travel Cuts Ban in. F y J urday at "Ye Olde Club" dancing
Insurance, either civilian or
4 with your "Bonnie Lass" to the
(Contnued from Page 1)) government, is one way to assure K>. music of the Klansmen.For .

a regular tour at a continental that his family will be taken the evening's musical trip

shore station and are due for care of if something should hap- from the jazz of Basin St. to the

rotation to another such shore pen before Social Security pay- dnace tunes of uptown Manhattan

job. ments can be made, or to supple- will be Ridge's trumpet along

Because a big part of Navy ment these or other sources of with Roger Labrie on singing

travel is for such things as mov- income. bass, backed by Danny High at

ing recruits to and from trainingand INSURANCE again is a per- WORKS COFFEE Hosted at the October coffee the ivories and Glen Starr on

for sending discharged peo- sonal matter and no effort will for honoring worthy Public Works Dept. employees are A. Folger drums. ,

ple home, which cannot be cut be made here to advise on the Snow (left) and Julian Davis shown chatting with Capt. J. The old Happy Hour systemhas

much, burden of the cuts forced amount or type needed. For helpin Henry Eiter NAS Jax Public Works Officer. Snow represented gone by the wayside. The
Maintenance Engineering while Dark works at Maintenance.
by Congress falls upon career- these matters, see your Insurance Division. Also honored but not present was Frank Davis of new plan is to have two hours
type rotation and schooling; officer or a reputable Utilities Division. scheduled by club manager.r .






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