Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 24, 1960
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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The year that is drawing toward a close has been filled with blessings of fruitful fields and

healthful skies. To these, bounties, which are, so constantly enjoyed/ that we are prone to forgetthe

source from which they come, others have been added, of so ,extraordinary a nature that

they cannot fail to penetrate and soften the heart which is habitually insensible to the ever

watchful providence of Almighty God. .

Needful diversions of wealth and strength from the fields of peaceful industry, to the national -

defense have not arrested the plow the shuttle or the ship; the ax has enlarged, the bordersof

our settlements/ and the mines, as well, of iron and coal as of precious metals, have yieldedeven

more abundantly than heretofore. Pop.ulation.has steadily increased and the country, y

rejoicing/ / in the consciousness of augmented strength and vigor, is permitted, to expect continuance .:
'of years with larger increase of freedom. '\

No human counsel hath devised, nor hath any mortal hand worked out, these great things.

.They are the gracious gifts of the most high God who, while dealing with us in anger for our sins,

hath nevertheless remembered, mercy.It .

has seemed to me fit and proper that they should be solemnly, reverently and gratefully, ac-

knowledged as with one heart and one voice by the whole American people. I do, therefore, invite

my fellow citizens in every part of the United States, and those at sea and those sojourning/ in

foreign lands, to set apart' and observe the last Thursday of November as a day of thanksgivingand

praise to our. beneficient Father who dwelleth in the heavens. .
First National Thanksgiving Proclamation '. .
Given By Pres. Abraham Lincoln
October 3, 1863


Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS 23

IJfI }{ flWS- TomorrowIs HolidayFor I

HAS, JacbM.m.
Capt. James R. Reedy Commanding Officer I
Comdr. Robert Nelson __. _ _ Executive Officer MostAll
NAB Six; fie.t Air J.ckioavilU 1

Rear Adm. K.rm.th Craig ________ ___ Commander '
C:.pt. Gr.yiton H. WtW _ _ _ Chl.f of Staff, F.trJ.x military personnel and
Capt. Nation M. H.*d -___,___________--_.- Chief of Staff, NAB Six civilian employees will be givena wqr
Fleet Air Wing Eleven
Capt. Renfro Turner, 'Jr Commander chance to enjoy a traditional
Capt. Murlln W. Alley Chief Staff Officer Thanksgiving dinner end day of: O
Naval Air Technical Training Unit rest with their families on :i ,

Capt. Robert J. Fleming Commanding Officer Thursday November 24 at NAS I
Comdr Marion K. Smith Executive Officer. '
Naval Hea Hal Jax (excepting, of course, the 1' /

Capt. William L Engelman Commanding Officer duty section.)

Capt.: John 0. Fader _. ._. ._ _- --. _- Executive Officer Thursday will be a full holiday I

NARTU but Friday will be I regular
Capt. F. H. Holt Commanding Officer a ) 1. '
Comdr William M. Miller Executive Officer work day / 4W ,
FOR PEOPLE who will be
Printed commercially with non-appropriated fund In Jeckaonvllle, Florida at no "
aboard the base the following
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS M5 Rev. July 1958.
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, activities will be opened: )
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air The Operation's Snack Bar and
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hoapltal. ,;:...,

Service Information Officer _ Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnlt Jr. hours.the Golf The Club Mainside will have Bluejackets regular '..m..;.... ........ ..."-.h.. ........."...v ,, .,............."..':.n....N-T..m...'....",............"'......w: -.--

'Militant, Service Information Officer _.. _ Andrew H. Pteney SUPER SALESMAN Raymond Reifinger, AMI. (center)
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Feature Editor-Mae Spencer, J01) Staff Report.ra-encl, I. Inn will also be open regular of Patrol Squadron 16, interviews fellow squadron mates R. J.
Martinion, JOSN; Sam Bowman, SN. Photographer Beccarl, PH2. hours. Lawrence, AT AN, (left) and R. W. Kilgore, YN3. Heifinger.
The Jax Air Newt la a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material The NATTUnit EM Club, in VP-16's career counselor, is talking to the men about benefitsof
appearing In this publication can" be reprinted providing credit la given. Photograph, Building 593, will be open from a Naval career. As a result of reorganization in the squad
imleu otherwise credited, are offlcH U. *, Navy Photograph 1300 to 2330 on Thanksgiving. ron's Information and Education Division. VP.16 now reports
reenlisting 26.92 percent of all first cruise personneLCareer
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone ex ALL OTHER Navy Exchange
Pensions 8164 656, 272
or activities will be closed Thurs-

day. Exchange activities will be Counseling Is Full

open regular hours on Friday.

Special announced Services the Departmenthas following Time Job For VP-16 ManPatrol

216.'Y special hours for Thanksgivingfor
its functions.The Squadron 16 has jumped from near last among

bowling lanes will be over 40 commands to third place in first cruise reenlistment

open from 1230 to 2330; hobby figures, according to a recent report from Commander Fleet

shop, 0900 to 2100, library 1300: Air. Jacksonville.This .

to 2100; fish. camp and boating feat was accomplished hour job. When not holding for-
__ sunset following the addition of a full-
0800 to golf
facility ;
.t'II' !' mal intervIews can be found
time career counselor in a reorganization -
0730 to sunset and
: course gym wherever VP-16 men gather, repairing -
1300 to 2100.Thanltsgiving'To. of the squadron'seducation
aircraft I engine.
division reports Lcdr
.' changing a P2V main mount,
Ted Morgan of VP-16.
: sweeping down the deck or in

...,.,.,..J. ., : '. RAYMOND Reifinger AMI, the coffee locker always expanding -
..,... ....'. .',. is the man deemed mostly responsible on the benefits of a
Be Observed At for improvement
&: Naval career.Reifinger's .
in reenlistment figures for the
I job is a pleasureto
rUP squadron. '
Local ChapelsStation __ nun him._ Ha__ _savs_ that_n_'_ all_ __ he__ does
He was chosen for the job in I
will hold is give the man all the facts
- Chapels special '
THE LADDER New, third class petty officers receive services of Thanksgiving on July after squadron officials recognized can gather on advantages of a

their promotion certificates from Capt. James R. Reedy, NAS Thursday November 24. the problem'of train- Navy career and then lets the
Jax commanding officer during ceremonies held at Mainslde ing new men almost constantlyto man make his own decision.He .
Divine Services will
gym on November 16. Some 96 people were advanced to E.4, 25 Protestant replace first cruise personnel
to E-5 19 to E.6 and nine to E.7 at the same event. .(See story be, held in All Saints Chapel at believes the recently inau-
on Page 6.) 1000. -Chaplain J. L. Perry will being discharged. gurated STAR 'program has help-

deliver the sermon. Chaplains After a 15.9 percent first ed the reenlistment program a

Blessed Is The NationFor Beatty Keyser, Wolfe and Ham- cruise reenlistment rate in 1959, great deal.Reifinger.

mond will assist. VP-16 gradually raised the markto received a grade of

almost 100 years, the Presidents of your nation have issued The offering is to be sent to 18.2 percent for the first half 98 on his phase of the recent

each year a proclamation calling upon our people to give Church World Service (Share of 1960. Annual Administrative/Material
,thanks to God for our many blessings. We of America should be
the most grateful people on the face of the earth. God's hand Our Surplus program) and to REIFINGER came Inspection.An .

guided:: Columbus and others into the great unknown seas to the the Florida Christian Ministryto along however, the figure sky- aftermath of his fine efforts -

West, His Providence sustained the earliest settlers, His Spirit inspired Migrants. rocketed to 26.92 percent and have played a part
the Founding Fathers. and God is,the "Power that has made Catholic personnel may attend its still going up, reports Lcdr. perhaps
and preserved us a Nation." in his next assignment. Reifing
Our modern civilization may tempt us to think that all our Holy Mass at 0900 at St. Edwards Morgan. er has received orders to report

progress has come through our own strength, (thriving industry) Chapel.For Reifinger one of the most for recruiting duty in January
our own power of mind (technological and scientific progress), and personnel living in the May- active men in the squadron VP
His will continue at
our own might (fashioning of military] arms). But God is the service will be program
port held
area, a
ultimate power. and we live under His mercies and providence.Let I. makes career counseling a 24- 16, though, says Lcdr. Morgan
us give thanks. in the Mayport Station Chapel.

"Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord." also at. IWO, conducted by Chap-

Comdr. Charles D. Beatty lain George E. Kopp of NATTU.

Senior Chaplain, NAS Jax I

Thanks Be To GodThe Our Thanks To You : : i

Among the things to be :

most thankful for are associates -
giving of thanks is both an exercising of good manners who make the
and a fundamental act of religion. The religious man is not only daily grind
happy in his blessings, but conscious of their source. He says with I easier.
the Psalmist: "Bless the Lord., 0 my soul and never forget all He i.: To all who have helped in
hath done for thee." I the past year at making the

Gratitude has corrolaries, the first of which is humility. The I job of creating an appealingJax
very giving of thanks implies dependence on another, and denies,
Air News,
the omnipotence of self. It is true that we must use the blessings I may all of us
and talents which are given us, otherwise they will lie sterile and I say "Thank You."
fruitless. Credit will be due us before God and man for the good 3 I
use we make of God's gifts. And if we fail to use them well, God !
and man will brand us as slothful and irresponsible. True humility Big Contract AwardedFor b

spurs us to greatness, because it reminds us constantly of our S2F-3 Production :::$. --f
responsibility to use both material and spiritual gifts well. :

The second corrolary of gratitude is justice. The gifts of life The Navy has awarded a $35.7 \ 'M. ,
and freedom come from God, not from man. They are the endow- million contract for additional \
ments of the Creator. Man's responsibility is to cherish and pre- production of S2F-3 Tracker air- .
serve them. Justice requires that I in no way jeopardize or impairmy craft to Grumman Aircraft En- 1H.\ > '
fellow-man's rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, t.. < 1
regardless of his race, nationality or religion. True gratitude to gineering Corp.

God as the giver of all good gifts is incompatible with a selfish The S2F-3 is a carrier-based. ---ww.. .. ..; ....p"",,..... < ,_. ... '
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wish to have His blessings for myself and deny them to others. antisubmarine plane having both STUDY MORSE CODE
The transistor nave
Truly religious gratitude is also truly American. We are hum- search and attack capabilities.The caused sophistication in communications methods era for may much of
bly grateful to God for the gifts of "life, liberty and the pursuit most modern the world but antisubmarine warfare maintain
of happiness;" and we are committed to the. responsible. enjoyment developments oTofidencv in International Morse aviator must
Code Light
of His blessings "with liberty and justice for all." in antisubmarine warfare elec- VP.16 fliers are being tested at FAW-11 and Flashing duringReadiness
Radio School
Comdr. Willlam'F. tronics and armament _are in- the annual Operational
Doyle Inspection conducted
NAS Jax Catholic Chaplain corporated in the new Tracker. Air squadron last week by Capt. Renfro Turner onrlh
Wing 11. and his staff.



I I 23 November 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

:"iJJ.i'iJiJtilfliIB" :, Those On

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J i. !/ ,: Leave Hike

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The "new arrivals" department at the
Naval Hospital reports 38 recent births. Crash]
Among them were 22 girls and 16 boys. ctg.
Born October 14 were James Francis, .
to Lt. and Mrs. Charles Cook Michelle
Auto accident statistics for
Ann, to Robert Parker, AD3, and Mrs.
Parker Marie Angela, to J.W.E. Powell, 1959 disclosed that men on leaveor
AD2, and Mrs. Powell; Nona Marie, to liberty in the 20-24 year old
Gene Anderson, OKI, and Mrs. Anderson bracket accounted for most of
; Rime Gail, to Randall Sullivan, AMC,
and Mrs. Sullivan, and Sherry Dawn, to the over 500 lives lost. Duringthe
Jerry George, AMH3, and Mrs. George. ; ; W same period, about 5,700
Those born October 15 Included 4 ft : persons of the Navy and Marine
Donald Lee Jr., to Donald Reynolds, : r.U.c. .' Corps were hospitalized.This .
AMS2, and Mrs. Reynolds; Francis Ad- .
dison Jr., to Francis Paris, AN, and Mrs. information is containedin
Paris Vickl lee, to Milford Stanley,
I ; % BuPers Notice 5101, dated
NWC, and Mrs. Stanley; Warren Wendell
Sept. 20.DANCER.
I to Robert Wells, HM1, and Mrs. lrT
Wells; Mary Alice, to S/Sgt. and Mrs. f SPOT for Naval
I Robert Maine, USAFI!; Richard Samuel, to ,
according to the No-
M/Sgt. and Mrs. Frank Terlizzl, USMC,
,.... ... :' tice be in the Jack-
end Dorlis Ann, to Michael Mocarskl, <'. seemed to
GM1 I, and Mrs. Mocarskl. .. ..:' ., sonville area, while for the Ma-
'>i' .:. .:h ..
Three births were recorded October '4 and
": rines it was Camp Lejeune
16. They were those of Patricia Grace, t' : Camp Pendleton.
to Vincent Dugan, AD2, and Mrs. Dugan; .s .. \ l..
Artha Anne, to Robert Haines, PRI, and ''f'.. I:{ Grim as the picture might have
Mrs. Haines, and Robin Renee, to Virgil m
been there were some encourag-
Johnson A02 and Mrs. Johnson.
TURKEYS TURKEYS EVERYWHERE E. R. Freeman ing The admission rate
Born October 17s .Rachel Oakes to Edward I CS2, (left) and Sgt. George Gerhard, of the Commissary Cen aspects.
Crawford, ATRAN, and Mrs. Crawford November Vehicle tral Butcher Shop, tear out their hair at the prospects of preparing for Naval personnel injured was
; Carl Joseph, to Billy Johnson, 160 turkeys for the Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow at the lowest of the last 10 years
AMH2, and Mrs. Johnson; Wynona lae, Date Stickers To. Galleys One and Three aboard the Station. The turkeys will be and the death rate the lowest
to Berry Bishop, MM2, and Mrs. Bishop; served to some 3,000 bluejackets and their guests beginning at
Theresa Lee, to Herbert Betz, SOI I, and 1530. Of course, the meal will be rounded out with hams, lima since 1954. x
Mrs. Betz, and Michael Keith, to Ned Expire Next WeekPersons beans, corn, fruit ambrosia, pecan topped pumpkin pie and The Marine Corps made the
Lane, SKI, and Mrs. Lane. other delicacies.
greater improvement over 1958,
Births of October 18 Included those of
Johnell Anthony, to Lewis Holman, BM2, operating privately- but continued to have higher
and Mrs. Holman; Kenneth Alan, to owned vehicles aboard the Sta- Stupendous Feast Order of rates than the Navy. Its officer
Marvin Romack, AM3, and Mrs: Romack; tion are reminded that November and enlisted personnel contri-
Daniel John, to John Elstad, AN, and
date stickers will expire
buted to the reduction, while in
Mrs. Elstad; Ann Lisa, to Ensign and Mrs.
John Bowen; Valerie Benita, to Frank Wednesday; Nov. 30. Day at Station Mess HallsLoosen the Navy, it was enlisted per-
Law, SN, and Mrs. Law; Bryan Lee, to To avoid detention at the gate sonnel responsible for the reduc-
S/Sgt. and Mrs. Donald Graves, USMC, because your sticker has expired, tion.
and Karla Jean, to Paul Wilson, AEI, persons possessing November de- those belts and prepare for a stupendous feast!

and Mrs. Wilson. the cals are encouraged to renew That will be the order of the day on Thanksgiving at Gal- MOST ACCIDENTS occurredover
October 19 was a busy day at the weekends, the fewer on
hospital's delivery room with eight them as soon possible.. leys One and Three aboard the Station. Wednesdays. Head injuries accounted -
recorded. those of needed for authorized to I.
births They were Documents renew- All personnel
be 500 gallons of celery soup for out of
Juliet Rote, to Stefan Szczedna, AMC, one every
als are: valid insurance policy subsist on the general mess, including -
and Mrs. Szczecina;; Patricia Ann, to Mel- and 2800 pieces of pie. \ three admissions for auto accid-
'vin Howe, AMH2, and. Mr. .Howe; .Donald .($10,000/20,000 bodily injury, those drawing commuted ents.
Joseph, to Frank Patterson, RMI, and $5,000 property damage) current rations, will be permitted to Galley cooks will be 'up before
Mrs. Patterson; James Leroy, to Charley state registration, identificationcard have guests for the Thanksgivingdinner. the chickens Thanksgiving;1 Admission rates were highest
Jones, AEI, and Mrs. Jones; Kelly Ann, or badge and current driv- to begin preparing the tradi for March and April, lowest in
to Billy Rhodes, BM2, and Mrs. Rhodes;
William Galen, to Michael Freed, AMS2, er's license: EACH MEMBER may have his tional birds at 0330 as it takes October and December. Persons
and Mrs. Freed, and Deborah Elaine, to Tests on the vehicle's safety wife, all of his children, and five to six hours to roast a tur- I are urged to use care to keep
August Hackert, GM2, and Mrs. Hackert. equipment will also be conducted both of his parents' as guests. If key. the admission rate low this year.
Rounding out the list were three born ..
October 20, including Bradly Alan, to and must be passed, before he has no member of his immediate ----

James Dence, AMS2, and Mrs. Dence; new decal can be Issued. family, he may have I THANKSGIVING MENUPersonnel I
William Steven, to Lt. and Mrs. Robert one non-family guest, either ladyor
Merritt, and a baby girl, to Howard
King, DC3, and Mrs. King. THIS WEEK'SBRANTVWSTER gentleman. dining at Mainside and NATTUnit mess halls Thanksgiving -
Day will feast like kings and queens. The traditional turkey
meal tickets for these
Special d'nnpr' w.th all the trimmings, will include:
47 Promoted At VP-5 / I guests and for personnel on Chilled Shrimp Cocktail and Sauce Cream of Celery Soup
Promotions went to 47 men of A father can do a job as fast commuted rations will be sold Roast Tom Turkey Baked Virginia Ham

Patrcl Squadron Five this week. as his two sons working together.If by cashiers in the mess hallsat Snowflake Potatoes Buttered Green Baby Lima Beans

VP-5, a member of FAW-11, is [ one son can do the job alonein the Naval Air Station and Saltines Roasted Nut Dressing

currently deployed overseas. three hours and the other son Naval Air Technical Training Buttered Whole Kernel Corn Assorted Salad Bar and Dressing

can do it alone in six hours, how Unit during the noon meal today Fruit Ambrosia Cheese Stuffed Celery Sticks
the / cried the would it take the allow sufficient advanced
"That's spirit many hours to Chilled Cranberry Sauce Butter Bread and Hot Rolls
medium as the table began to father to do the job alone? planning time for the prepara- Pecan Topped Pumpkin Pie with Whipped Cream
rise. (Answer on Page 4)) tion of Thanksgiving dinner. Fruit Cake Hot Coffee

CHARGES prescribed by Bu- Fresh Milk Ice Cream

SandA are: $1.00 for civilians Assorted Hard Candies Mixed Nuts Apples Oranges
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80 cents for enlisted... personnelon

A commuted rations,. and 60 W itY

cents for dependent children .
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under 12 years of age.

Due to the lead time requiredfor fC f ; E
preparation of the Thanks-

Jr giving day meal and accounting p4pqY

problems, there can be no refund -

on unused tickets.

The Thanksgiving dinner will

ra be served from 1530 to 1800.

Holiday meal hours will be ,...
modified accordingly, to serve
brunch from 0630 to 0900 and
1000 to 1200.

Some 3,000 people will feast on ii x': .y2ra r+f tt3fit yi

2500 Ibs. of turkey and some 750

Ibs of ham at the big ,dinner. 70
gallons of gravy and 450 Ibs of

cranberry sauce will grace the

turkey and ham. L L
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RESCURERS.y HONORED-Bill Magnan Kaman Aircraft IN ADDITION 25 Ibs of COMPLETES IR COURSE-L. LaCrande foreman mechanicat
Corp. representative (second from left) presents honor scrolls shrimp will be prepared as NAS Jax Overhaul and Repair Dept., receives certificate
and "rescue pins" to Lt. Frank Heggood of NAS Jax and Duval cocktail. While some upon completion of week-long Office of Industrial Relations
Road Patrolman John Brills who combined to make a dramatic shrimp Field Institute for Naval activities of the Sixth Naval District,
rescue of a man stricken while at sea. The awards were 2800 lbs of "spuds" w ill be which concluded last Friday. Also receiving certificates at the
presented last week in a ceremony in the office of Sheriff whipped into mashed potatoes. O&R auditorium event were 23 other management-type officials
Dale Carson in the County Courthouse Building. On left is attending the Institute. Presenting certificates is Capt.
Road Patrol Chief William F. Johnston. Other items on the menu will James R. Reedy. NAS Jax commanding officer.I .

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23 November 1960

i t I Canadians InBrief .'. [ FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION

( Visit. Yukon Branch 126 announces

another turkey shoot to held

Saturday, Dec. 17, from 0900 to
To VP18A sundown at 6670 103rd St., one-

0.'vt half mile west of Blanding Blvd.
detachment from
one-plane Only 12-guage shotguns must

the 405th Royal Maritime Canadian Patrol Air Squadronof Force's ; t t I *t t1 be used. A donation of one dollar

444 \ per shot will be in effect with
Greenwood, Nova Scotia arrived '4 4s \
12 shooters comprising a contest.
at N AS Jax Sunday fora >
New. shipmates are D. F.
six-day exchange visit with
Barnard, AQ1; E. P. Montgomery,
Patrol Squadron 18.
I A02; R. A. Harris, A02 R. S.
Mission of the Canadian's visit
Jarrell, AE2, and B. L. Goodrich,
here is to interchange ideas and
discuss mutual operating techniques -
7 The 1960 National Conventionof
for the betterment of _
com- _

bined and RCAF antisubmarine tactics.crews with Also,the warfare to familiarize local oper-area ______ ____ has first the place awarded Ladies for its Yukon Auxiliary 1959-60 Unit,history FRA 126,

ations conducted by aircraft book. Mrs. Paula Miller Jr., past

under Fleet Air Wing 11. .... .-..... national president, made the presentation -
The Argus carried a crew of AWARD WINNERS-Capt. Thomas B. Haley (left) NAS Jax O&R Officer, pauses with [ recently to Mrs. Hazel
members of the Methods and Standards Branch ((633)) which received Superior Achievement
Allen Unit
15, headed' by Fl. Lt. F. H. Awards for its performance in the initial development of product standards for use in planningand 126
Planche, the aircraft commander. scheduling of certain repairable material. From left are Capt. Haley. H. W.McMi 1m,, F. E. Unit 126 has voted to renew
VP-18, host for the Canadian Byers.. D. Johnsione J. P. Hagan. J. F. Meehan. J. C. Ostertag and R. G. Splinter. Also sharingin sponsorship of Girl Scout Troop
unit, is commanded by Comdr. R. the award are G. L. Derrick J. W. Dollar and: J. B. Kennedy (not shown.) 32 and preparations are underway -

A. Sampson who is currently for a Thanksgiving welfare

deployed, leading a three-plane I basket.
Survey'Of iI: i ,g I II x a : ... ... ...
detachment on operational com- i

I mitments. .. Branch and Unit 91 of FRA

are planning several functionsfor
Blue CollarWages
next month, including a

If Ya' Christmas party and covered

SetAdm. dish supper December 10 at the
Fleet Reserve Club, 8554 Roose-
AskUs velt Blvd.

R. E. Cronin, the : ;,. Each family attending is being
Nov. 24 is Thanksgiving Day Navy's Chief of Industrial Re- : asked to provide a gift for the

an American tradition. What are lations, has advised that a children, price not to exceed 50
some of the things that you will full-scale wage survey of the cents. Families are also being
be thankful for in particularonthis Jacksonville area labor mar-
urged to take a covered dish to
day? ket will be conducted in the I the party. Meat,. however, will
"I think stands
Thanksgiving near future.
be provided.A .
for when the The survey, which affects em- I
r .. Pilgrims came poyees of Naval establishmentswho .__..___ ..... ._. ..___o turkey shoot is planned for
SUPERIOR ACHIEVEMENT AWARD-Three employees of two Saturdays next month Dec-
to America in hourly ,
over are paid an or
Shop 5304 at Overhaul and Repair Dept. receive congratulationsupon
from the Old basis otherwise known ember ,10 and 17 'at Timuquana,
II daily._ as helping the shop earn a Superior Achievement Award
World. It mark- blue collar workers, is in accordance and which will be divided between the employees. Capt. Acres subdivision.The .
ed the begin- with the Navy Department's Vtiomas B.Haley O&R Officer presented the award to the group Board of Directors is
composed of from left Lee Walker, Bert Bibband Willie
ning of the policy that surveys will Wilkerson. On right is Ralph Larizza Leadingman Metalsmith. scheduled to meet December 8
New World." be scheduled at times when thereis of Shop 5304.Read but the regular monthly meetingof

ArchesterPeterman a possibility that rates paid to the membership has been
Jr., Navy Navy employees may be out of canceled.
Exchange Cafeteria Waiter, line with those prevailing in Pact ThoroughlyWhen

NATTU."I that area.

think health is most im- WAGES OF blue collar em- Yule Shopping
Renting PropertyEditor's
portant to be thankful for. You ployees are based upon wage .
make mis- '
rates paid by private employersin
takes but they :ware the area.Certain ( note This is the The Navy Exchange has an-
not fatal, i local firms will be fourth in a series of articles I monthly period. If you rent. by nounced an added service for

not permanent. ": I contacted by members of the concerning legal problems of' the week, seven days notice is Christmas shoppers with

But the importance Area Wage Survey Committee, Vauymen, written by Comdr. required.If nighttime shopping hours set

of healthis consisting of representatives of Nathan Cole Jr., NAS Jax Legal a tenant refuses to surrender to begin Dec. 6.

not realized Naval activities in the area. Officer) possession when proper demand The Mainside Retail Store

i !and appreciateduntil RESULTS OF the survey, con- Legal advice this week explains is made, double rent may and Toyland will both remain
you have Q'lost ducted jointly with the Bureau written leases between be charged for so long as the open until 2000 on Thursday

it. You 't of Labor Statistics, are made effective landlords and tenants.A tenant wrongfully remains in nights starting with Dec. 6

should realizeits no later than the first written lease may be exe- possession. and the Hopsital Retail Store

importance when you have it pay period beginning 45' days, cuted for the rental of propertyin If move without givingthe I will remain open until 2COO
and be thankful for it." Capt.i excluding weekends, after ordering Florida .in which case the required notice I on Tuesdays.All .
Robert Gerlach, Staff Photogra- of the survey. terms of the lease govern the liable for rent for that you period I stores will be open until

phic Officer, Shaw AFB, S.C. Results of this survey will not relationship of the landlord and even though have moved I I 1300 on Saturday, Dec. 17 and
"I'll be home for Thanksgivingto affect the salaries of graded em- tenant and you and the landlordare i out. you I 24.

spend my leave with parentsand ployees who are paid in accord- bound by the contract. _._.H.H................ UH -.-- -. -

...... ........ .,. .... friends. Of ance with rates contained in the YOU ARE NOT relieved of
:.- ..."., course I"ll enjoy Classification Act of 1949. the contract simply because you

,;. .J' r' the traditional Boundaries of the local labor receive orders transferring you x a#}.

Thanks- market as established by the out of the area. It is important

giving turkey Office of Industrial Relations, therefore, that in a written lease

dinner with are Duval, Clay, Bradford, Nas- you insist .on a "military clause"
them. And ,I'll sau and St. Johns counties. -that is, a special provision

{ be glad to go i that the lease is cancelled, on
home after be- i certain notice if receive
you \_
ing graduated WHETHER, ITS orders.If I (.
from school. TURKEYOR 1 4 '
Leonard Ritter, AEAA, AE"A" ONLY AFRANKFURT N however, the agreement to Si' '
School NATTunit. rent is oral the Florida law

"I thinkThanksgiving .. PONY BE TOOGREEDV provides that the relationshipmay
]r f .pf..u be. terminated by either
stands for the GIVETNANKSF.Jr party by giving specified notice.
No particular reason is requiredso
country we live 4 '
in with its 0 f/Jk":1- long. as the required noticeis

democraticways given.IF .

along (Answer to Braintwister) YOU RENT by the month,
; i __', ., "..,._..... .. .
with its free, Two hours. The one son does you may legally move or. your: NATTUNIT'S NEW CHIEFS-Five new chief petty officers
dom of religion >> 1/3 of the job in one hour, the landlord may legaly require you were congratulated last week by Capt. Robert J. Fleming
and speech,": other son 1/6 of the job in one to move by giving notice of NATTUnit commanding officer ((left) upon their promotions
Pfc. Eugene Carson, AO"A" hour. Add these two fractionsand I I such intention of not, less than of November 16. The fortunate five include D. R. Atkinson,
AOCAj J. E. Casados. AECA C. B. McMahon.
School, NATTUnit. divide result into one. 15 days prior to the end of any Sasnett AKCA. and E. C. Snyder. AECA. AOCA- E. F.

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November 1960 SAX AIR NEWS Pag.5

' Knot k }, ; ;'

:> :

roduced In NL

S r

fowling ChaseMainside

bowling action last *

ck saw ComFairJax and
ARTD hold their leads in the Colorful Tradition Marks
1 1 E t lFIRST
nerican and Continental Leaes -

but in the National there's
Gridiron Game
three-way tie for first placeth Army-Navy

679th Air Force, VAP-62

arriors, and O&R, all holding12 Traditionally the highlight of the grid season, the 61st

- records.In annual Army-Navy classic promises to be another thriller I

the NL, the Hawks downedsbursing when the Cadets of West Point and the Midshipmen of An-

"B" 3-1, FAETU "B" napolis clash in Philadelphia's Municipal Stadium Saturday.

feated Supply "B" 3-1, O&Rd Turning the hands of the clock
eleven 43-12.
a similar win over the War- back some years, Navy had eight
But statistics, past records and
>rs, 3-1; VP-18 shut out Air, years of football experience un- accomplishments are forgotten
lint "C," 4-0; VP-30 "B" roll-i der its belt when a challengewas
when the whistle blows for this
over Dental "B" 4-0, and extended to Army in 1890.

mFairJax split with Oper'sW DESPITE THE fact that the game.
The game will be televised
22.Vmerican. Black Knights of the Hudson
locally on Channel 12, WFGA-
had never played the before -
League results k
TV. Kickoff Time is 1330.
imFairJax take -Dispensary,, S the Cadets talked West
Point officials into accepting the!
1; Hospital won over the Gros w

4-0; VP-30's Owlhoots blitd challenge. Fliers Unlock
Thus, the Army-Navy series
Air Maint "A, 4-0; Opersd -

skimmed over the Cherry ___,, was born. Dennis Mitchie, first To
m. '; V ljo.'t'-- coach and captain of the Army Door Long
ckers, 3-1; Dental "A" yankedt
DOWN YARDAGE-Speedy T. E. Vogel standout eleven, put a squad on the .field
a victory over the Waves back of Attack Squadron 44' itrong touch football team. weeps
that fall Saturday. won Court SeasonThe
i," 3-1, and the Marines bowl- right end to pick up valuable yardage and a first down during
action in ComFair Jax Touch Football against 24-0. The West Point stadium
the Holy Rollers to a 2-2 tie. a Tourney game
VAP-62 last week at the ttadium. Moving with the play is bears the name of this football- Jax Navy Fliers received
In the race for the Continen- official J. T. Atherton. No. 22 it VA-44's J. B. Nally while the minded cadet. their baptism of fire Tuesday

1 League crown, MARTD took enemy player giving chase to Vogel is unidentified. Hittingthe night at Mainside gym in the
Army won the next year as
turf is VA-44's player.coach R. A. Backlund.
split with Disbursing "A, 2-2
the rivalry began to pick up in 1960-61 opener against the Ft.
e Admen put down Supply intensity President Cleveland Gordon Signalaircs.

L," 3-1; the Cougars blankede Hornets Sting Way To called a halt to the proceedingsafter No results were available but

Waves "A," 4-0;, the Alley the 1893 game, won by the Fliers had their work cut

ats out-rolled the Butchers,, out for them in tackling the
Navy .6-4 when a rooter challenged -
0; Air. Maint "B" wrenchedAR ComFair Grid CrownThe an admiral to a duel. strong Army five in an openingtilt.

3-1, and the Raiders won The Signalaries already had
cisively over FAETU "A," 4-0. "Hornets" of Attack Squadron 44 last week wrappedup THE SERIES was resumed in two wins under their belts before -

National League matchesited the 1960 Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville Touch Foot- 1899. No games were played in hitting the Jax boards.
'1909, 1917-18, and 1928-29 by,
for tomorrow, (Thursday) ball Championship and are now participating in the next mutual The series Flier coach Eli Maricich reported -
e postponed until Monday. higher level of competition in Norfolk, Va. continued' to grow in stature, his cagers in excellent

This year's tournament was I VA-44, with a trio of player however, until in 1925 the late physical shape for the opener
not run on the same basis as
and was confident that weeks of
from both VAP-62 and VP-30,
Grantland Rice could say:
IM BASKETBALL in past years and wound up with squared off with Cecil Field intense practice and hours of
best football teams Fleet "The Army Navy football
I. hard charging lint working on pass patterns, calisthenics -
Featuring a
[SEASON NEARS units could muster at both Cecil game now steps forward as the and drilling would pay
which was at its best with Its:
of all spectacles, the best'
Field and NAS Jax.
With touch football off under fire.
season V A-44
back to the goal ,
of all shows the most vivid and
IT WAS AGREED to have the ,
bout Next scheduled for Jax
over, many eyes are throttled a speedy, aerial minded ensemblein game
urning now toward preparations four NAS Jax-based Fleet units Cecil squad, 8-6. the most spectacular Navy is Dec. 7 against Old Sou-
who wanted to enter the tourney the world of sports"Army
for intramural basketball. thern Foods of the City Leagueat
themselves to With the tournament champion leads with 30 wins toNavy's
compete among Mainside gym. A game or two
lthough a complete schedule
determine which team, with augmentation :hip in sight the Hornets took 25. Five ties have been be fitted between this date
not been drawn may
las up, some and
the field the next morning
earns have been organized would play a Cecil played. Army's biggest triumphwas and Tuesday's opener, however.
nd scrimmages played almost Field all-star squad in a best of romped to a 12 to 0 win over 38-0 in 1949. Navy's lopsided Maricich's club took the court

iaily. three series. Cecil Field.In conquest came in 1951, 42-7. Two Tuesday minus the able shoes of

Some of the units planningto The tourney got underway Norfolk, VA-44 will be, years ago, Army sprang its lonely Al Sheppard, who is departingsoon

| enter teams are: Monday afternoon, with VA-44 competing with the Quonset t.I end attack and bested Navy, for duty at Norfolk. Until

VP-18, Administration, FA- spanking Fleet Air Wing 11, champs, and with Fleet winners:I 22-6. Last season, Navy and Joe his orders came through, the
25-0. from the Norfolk area. Bellino literally sank the Army long-legged courtster was the
ETU, Marine Barracks, Oper- _. .
ations, Hospital, VAP-62 Bra- The following morning VAP-62 --- -- -- lone returnee from the 1959-60

and VP-30 tangled with the for- club.
ves, VAP-62 Warriors, 679th I
Air Force, O&R, Dispensary, mer carving out a 20-7 victory. Following is a list of the con-
afternoon, VAP-62 firmed on remainder of
NARTU, Aircraft Maintenance, That same games
Operations Boat Division, VA- took the field again, facing the the 1960-61 varsity basketball

44, VP-30, and ComFairJax, Hornets, and losing, 15-7. schedule. Other games will be
THE FOLLOWING morning. added at later dates.Dec. .

I 7-Old Southern Food here
Dec. 14-Glynco Navy here

ong, Hard Autumn Nearing Jan.Dec. 10-Eglin 16-17-Parrick AFB AFB there here

: Jan. 13, 14-Pa trick here
nd Football SelectorsIts
For ; I Jan. 20/ 21-Fort Gordon there
Jan. 27, 28-MCSC Albany, Ga. there
been a long, hard autumn for the Jax Air News panel of St Jan. 31-=PNGC Fort Gordon here
ollegiate football prognosticators. The end is in sight, though, I Feb. 3-Eilnglgin AFB there
is the last big weekend of the season nears. i Feb. 4-Pen acola Navy there
Sam Bowman, AirNews sports writer, holds a wafer thin lead of Feb. 7-Old Southner here
*4 right and 51 wrong with the Editors holding a mark of 82 right Feb. 17-NAAS Whiting there
md 53 wrong. Frank McCaffrey, athletic director, has a mark of 1/ l Feb. 18-Tyndall AFB there
i7 right and 68 wrong. But then, someone has to pick upsets.
Guest for this week is Gable Noriega, AN, of Military Per-
onnel. Games are: Army-Navy; Holy Cross-Boston College;Notre VP-30 Captures
ame-Southern Cal; Alabama-Auburn; Florida-Miami; Ga. Tech-
Jeorgia; LSU-Tulane; Miss. St.-Ole Miss; Tenn.Vandy; Rice- Volleyball CrownVP30
aylor; TCU-SMU; Texas A&M-Texas; N. Carolina-Virginia; Air
""orce-Colorado, and Small School Pick, Chattanooga-Miss. So. a newcomer to sport
BOWMAN EDITORS MAC NORIEGA circles here, staked its claimto

Navy Army Navy Navy. the Mainside intramural vol-
C. B. C.Southern. B.C.Southern
H. C. H.
Notre Dame Notre Dame Cal Cal leyball championship, stormingover
Auburn AlabamaMiami AuburnFlorida AuburnFlorida VP-18, 15-8 and 15-3, to

Florida finish the season with a perfect
Ga. Tech Georgia Ga. Tech Georgia 9-0 slate.
Milt. Mist. The real contest now is for

Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn.Rice IN TRAINING Among the members of the Jax Navy second place. Both VP-16 and
Baylor nice Baylor TCU TCU i varsity boxing team which recently began practice for the VA-44 sport 7-2 records. A sud-
TCU TCU Texas Texas Florida AAU Boxing Tournament Dec. 5.7 is welterweight den-death play off today will
Texas Texas Carolina r N. Carolina N. Carolina I Landy Dove promising young scrapper. Coach Phillips report decide which team takes secondor
N. Carolina N.
Colorado Colorado some 17 boxers are engaging in daily workouts at the NATT-
Colorado Colorado I settles for third.hreeWay .
Chattanooga Chattanooga Win. So. Mist. So. Unit indoor swimming pool buidling.

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Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 23 November 1960


Interesting Facts HighlightThe ; :N''Wiler: '

_, .' ... .

Story Of ThanksgivingThree ": :\ j't.wniiGuests ;

I ". .

hundred and thirty-nine years ago, people of the at the November 30
Plymouth colony and a group of Indians of the Wampanoag luncheon of Navy Wives Club
tribe tpgether thanked the Lord for his blessings and cele- No. 86 are due to be those who

brated by feasting in that autumn of 1621. have enjoyed four years active
The colonists went into the membership in the local club.
forests and shot a number of An anecdote of ThanksgivingDay : Mesdames Ruth Damon, Maria .

turkeys and took them back to years ago was that elegy- Bennett, Teresa Hagan, Elma

the settlement to be cooked for men use to preach political sermons I:1 Everoski and Alice Meyer will
dinner, a dinner to commemo- on this day. Some politi- ; I be the members feted at the
rate a 'day of thanksgiving' for cal sermons ran as long as two I : :: : covered dish buffet event.

bounteous harvests reaped in the hours. Preachers were left delivering _ Hostesses will be Mesdames
New World. their sermons to empty I Irene Burton, Charloett Haw-

THIS WAS the first Thanksgiving pews as the congregation dispersed I ____ kins, Joyce Lenz, and Barbara
when they became hun- Raab chairman. Theme of the
in America
Day proclaimed
____ : ; I
under orders issued from Gov- gry for the traditional Thanks- meeting will be "ChristmasRose.
giving Day 'turkey dinner'. "
enor William Bradford of the .
colony.It WHO CAMPAIGNED for estab- Next regular business meetingis

is reported that the practiceof lishment of a national day of -b slated for December 1 at the
thanksgiving in America? It is clubhouse in Dewey Park.
setting apart a day of thanks-

giving did not originate in New reported that Mrs. Sarah Hale, ,.. ._ ,. _
; ; .WW>N>Mv UN. n ----
England with the Pilgrims, an editor of a ladies magazinein WINS "BENNY SUGG" AWARD Henry Hodges of O&R FAETU's Training
though. It is suggested that one Boston, began to urge the Depi. is a recipient of a Beneficial Suggeition check for $125
of the first days of giving thankswas observance of a uniform day for for his "Llnkrod Bushing and Surfacing Tool" idea. Hodges, Films Are Listed
the Hebrew Feast of expressing thanks for blessingsof (left) informs Cap Thomas B. Haley, O&R Officer, of the inner
the the year. workings of his invention This special tool it used in a drill Among the training films
Tabernacles when man first be- She wrote editorial after editorial press and combines a pilot, cutting tool and gauge for both available for checkout from
of link rod.
to understand their bushings the
gan depen- in support of the plan. __ __n_____ FaetuLant Detachment Two at
dence on a higher
The power. She sent letters to governors of NAS Jax are three covering a
ancient Egyptians annually -
offered thanks for grain crops all states and to President Lin- iiL la4td'IAdvancement wide range of subjects.Jet .

that would carry them throughthe coln and finally succeeded in Carriers-MC 8997Squadron -
operations aboard the For-
lean months and the ancient persuading many governors
establishing the last Thursday in restal in the Mediterranean include -
Greeks are reported to have celebrated -
thankfulness for their November as Thanksgiving Day. toss bombing, simulated
is I atomic drops and others. 30 min.
Why and
crops, and if states were at war, 'turkey pumpkinpie' in rate percent- percent as against 37 percent for
they called a truce for that per- traditionally on the menu ages for men at NAS Jax who the May tests. Ninety percentwas running time, black and white.
for Thanksgiving Day? Perhapsthe were advanced November 16 increased ratio of those advanced who Effective Naval Leadership -
iod.FOR custom originated from the MN 8829G.-Case of the Penurious -
MORE than 200 years, tremendously over per- passed the exams.
Pilgrims in the autumn of 1621.It Personnelmen, a lighthearted -
England held national Thanks- centage .figures for May, reportsthe The marks for E-5 and E-6
giving Day out of gratitude for is also said that religious Career Information and Edu- are also impressive. Two percentless approach to every officer'sheadache
that of the enlistedman
services in
held observanceof
were ,
the failure of cation Office.
a plot to failed E-5 tests and one
a fruitful year and after the who spends more than he
the King and House of Lords
up percent less failed the E-6
The of those who
sermon families gathered around percentage earns. 15 min., b&w.
on Nov. 5 1605. I
the table in which the principaldish passed the tests for E-4 and were exams. Rescue BreathingAT 87-
day of'giving thanks in I
was roast turkey. advanced hit 61 this month aftera Percentages of those being This film describes the! .mouth-
America has fluctuated somewhat Men have thanked their gods percentage of 41 in May. Those advanced for E-5 were 37 per- .to-mouth method .of artificial.* ..

celebrated since in the Pilgrims first for all these gifts since the beginning passing but not being advancedwas cent, compared ,to, 32 in ,May and respiration. 18, min., b&w.
1621., During the of man. And it is still only six percent this month 16 percent as against 11 in May.

ional Revolutionary war, a day of nat- done today on the last Thursday compared to a 22 percent figurefor Percentage of those passingbut USO Pilot Club Team
thanksgiving was annually, ,
in November in present-day May. not being advanced also
recommended by Congress but To Offer Free BuffetAll
America. dropped, from 20 to 17 percent
Failures in
November hit 33
after the there nat-
war was no and servicemen and women
for E-5 24 to 20 percentfor
ional call for celebration until I .
; E-6. have been invited to a free
Washington ordered a day of,' I Thanksgiving buffet from 1800

giving thanks for the adoptionof ... .
_ to 2000 on the holiday at
the Constitution in 1789. Slates USO Club. The buffet will be

James Madison set a day asideto ): Hospital served by members of the Jack-
celebrate peace in 1815 and i ( sonville Pilot Club.

Abraham Lincoln in 1862 and Plentiful FarePatients It is to be Coed Night at the

1863 recommended a specific day & USO Friday. Dancing to musicof

of thanks for victories.Preside'nt corpsmen and guestsat a juke box is on the card for
: ,the Naval Hospital will be treated Saturday night.

PraisesThanksgiving to a lavish feast on Thanks- Vespers and refreshments Sun-

giving Day. Featured 0 nth e day at 1730 at the Club will be
Day menu will be three entrees. Leading in charge of friends of the USO.A .

President Eisenhower, in a pro- I the list is the traditionalroast feature full length movie,
clamation naming Thursday, Nov. torn turkey with sage dressing "Bataan" will be shown at 1915

24, 1960 as a.. day of national while baked Virginia ham Sunday.A .
thanksgiving urged "the peopleof with wine sauce and broiled Bunco Party and Dance is

the United States to give lobster tail with lemon butter scheduled for the Club next

grateful thought to the obser- sauce will also be available.The Monday night. The USO is located -

vance of this day."Furthermore meal will open with oyster at 331 W. Forsyth St. in

I call upon our cocktail, and consomme mercedes. downtown Jacksonville.Then .
people while giving thanks for Then the entrees, candied maple

our blessings, t 0 direct their yams, snowflake potatoes,buttered there's the man who was
thoughts to the peoples of other ___nmm..m.mm.m._..._ nm. __ .mnnnmnmnn._.._._.__ whole kernel corn, julienne going to write a drinking song
lands less fortunate than we. 110 YEARS OF SAFE DRIVING These employees of green beans, lettuce wedges, I but was never able to get past
NAS Jax Public Works Dept. represent 110 years of safe driving .
thousand island
"In particular I urge my fellow while on the Job. Receiving Safe Driving Awards recently are, dressing, and the first two bars.
Americans to support and assist front row, (left to right) B. O. Day, C. H. Starling and Willie chilled cranberry sauce.
the efforts which individually Pace with Ltjg( ) Robert Brannock presenting the awards. Rear, Some 400 people will top the l fVMJh
W. O. Mills and E. R. CashwelL both of whom won Supervisory ;'i
meal off with choice of
and in cooperation with other a rum
Safety Awards, and Safe Driving Award winners Napoleon ?? iSr d
nations, are directing toward the Mitchell and Fred Bass. maple cake, assorted ice creams, PS \
solution of the world food pro- fruit, mixed candy and cigarettes.

blem." Blood Donor Day Is Set For Nov. 30that

The President also called upon MDBS Payment Due

all Americans to support food scheduled Civilian for Blood next Donor Wednesday Day is morning. It's suggested, in Mutual Death Benefit Society c:

programs operating through the fact, that you limit breakfast to members are'reminded that As-
November 30 the Mainside
United Nations which the gov- at 8. citrus juice, toast with Jelly or sessment Nos. 151 and 152 are \ $1'
Dispensary, Building Types
ernment now supports. marmalade, and black coffee.
now due.Payment.
"A" and "O" needed.
Concluding, President Eisen- are It's important that donors do
hower said, "Let us hope that All civilian employees with one not eat any fatty foods or drink of $2.20 total for the
some day, under the Benevolent of these types who are' eligibleto liquids during the four hours two assessments must be paid

Providence and through the best donate blood are being urgedto before time for which the dona- by, close of. business November
use of the world's God-given resources do so. Hours of donation will tion is scheduled. 30.

each nation will have be from 0830 to 1045. After donating blood, employees Checks or money orders shouldbe

reason to celebrate its own Those volunteering to donate will be able to get a light made payable to Employees'
thanksgiving day." should not eat a heavy breakfast snack at the Civilian Cafeteria. Mutual Death Benefit Society.

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