Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 2, 1961
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( 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 )
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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Jax Navy Activities 'Over The. Top' In CCUFifl


Response To Annual Call

j.JiLija Nets More Than $107,000With

military and civilian personnel responding won

derfully, Jacksonville Navy's Community Chest-United Fund
drive has zoomed over the top at 107% of its goal with a

contribution of $107.007, with the drive not yet- completed.
RADM. Joseph M. Carson,
'Recruiting, Naval Station May-
Vol. 19 No. 31 U. S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 2 November 1961 Commander and Commander Fleet Air Naval Jacksonville AirBases I port, Fleet Air Jacksonville, Fleet

.Air Wing Eleven, Navy Area
Sixth Naval District, made
Audit Office, Disease Vector
the announcement yesterday. His'
: Control Center, Staff ComNav-
;; announcement made to all par- :
Six, and Naval and Marine Corps
'l 2 r, ticipating units reads, in part, :
Reserve Training Center.
y4 "It is with great pride and pleasure '
that the Navy-Duval Divis- The largest of the Individual

ion has gone over the top by I commands Involved, NAS Jax,
pledging more than the $100,338 :has not reported final figures as

which the CC-UF asked us to :.yet, but It is expected that it
{} R : : too will hit the top. Quota for
r : n JC:::
K give Although we are over .
r : our Navy goal I enjoin those Nas Jax and its attached unitsis
units who have not gone over almost 40% of the entire Navy

the top to do so prior to 1200 quota. NAS Cecil Field was also
reported nearing Its goal.A .
S A November 3. Again my hearty
rb congratulations to you all. Well COMPLETE RUNDOWN of
Done". contributions by percentages and
ADMIRAL CARSON will ring monetary contributions will be

the "victory bell" at the 1230 published as soon as they become -

luncheon Friday at the George available.

Washington Hotel, officially and.
publicly proclaiming success of
the Navy's 1962 effort. The ad-
miral will also present citationsto
all units that have achieved

O&R LADIES WITH THE GOODIES-Various units aboard the Station their 1 their goal at this meeting.. All Set
Community Chest-United Fund drive with special gimmicks in addition to the route call for commanding officers and chair-
contributions. One that paid off handsomely was the 'Mule Train Loaded With Goodies' at the have been invited to attend
men November 10
Overhaul and Repair Department. Women employees of the department combined their efforts in On
ringing up some $295 in sales of cakes, cookies and candies brought by the mule train throughthe the "victory" luncheon.The .
shop areas. One of the cakes sold for $28 which U believed to be a record for a cake sale. $107,000 in contributionsfrom Since Veteran's Day, Nov
O&R went over the top late last week and contributions will probably hit nearly $20,000 from the de- military and civilian per- ember 11, falls on Saturdaythis
partment. Leaders of the "Mule Train With The Goodies,** who represent various division and sonnel of Navy activities in the the Secretary oi
services groups are shown here. Front row ( ) area Addle Williams. Rethm Junes Mary year
Scribaer. Dot Doris Butts. Frances bisont,Mary 'Brooe. Back,row U.ft.-o_rigats)* Jan area Is quite an achieve- the Navy has authorized Fri-
Llbbya Boyette. Jut Owens. Alberta Stk.,'Gloria Johnson. Helen Olsen'and Marie Franklin. ment, according to Capt. James day, Noevmber 10, as an alternate -
J. Davis Jr., co-chairman of the ,holiday for special ob-
Navy division. He pointed out servance by military person-
Educational ManagementTold Navy Personnel that even though this year's nel.Therefore
Navy quota was 36% more. thanin insofar as security -
1961, the contributions were and operational re-
Local AFMA GroupAn Uniform ChangesNow some 11.6% in excess of last quirements dictate, liberty

:year's.AS may be granted Navy person-
!In EffectThe OF WEDNESDAY morn- nel during any part or all
insight into the problem of managing an institutionof ing 13 of the 16 separate Navy of the period beginning at the
higher education and the techniques employed to cope Uniform of the Day for activities had reached or exceeded termination of normal work
with them, was imparted to members of the Jacksonville Navy officers and chief petty their quotas. These included ing hours on November 9

Chapter of the Armed Forces Management Association by officers has been designatedas NARTU, Naval Hospital, Marine until the beginning of normal
Oliver Barksdale, vice president and business manager of Service Dress Khaki from Air Reserve Training Detach- working hours on November

Jacksonville University- last Thursday- at the Officer's Club. November 1, 1961 through ment, NATTU, Marine Aviation 13.
Speaking at the group's March 31, 1962. Detachment of NATTU, Navy
monthly gathering, Barksdale
pointed out that, "Our problemsare o9iSt This uniform may be worn -
similar in that we have two aiir without the coat only while on

things to manage people and as- naval reservations or when :
'r f.!{{ ..
proceeding in government vehicles :':{'..'$ .{
sets. You will likely agree that : .6. .f
the art of managing people is the private vehicles, or 9. .
real key to the success of any taxis directly to or from homeor .
manager." between military installa-
"Management is often definedas tions in the local area. The
'the art of getting work done necktie will be worn at all

through others' and you will times.
that people is
agree managing
Enlisted men, other than
not as simple as testbooks and Chief Petty Officers, for the
articles would suggest," he add- period of, November 1 through ;T

ed. 15, 1961 may wear either the Y. ; ; ,
"Managing a college faculty White Undress Alfa uniformor
would stump the expert because the Undress Blue Bravo }

probably no profession is more uniform as the uniform of the :
infiltrated with independent
thinkers. Human beings tend to AFJ4A SPEAKER-"Our' pro- day.
blems are similar said Oliver
resist change and no doubt there Barksdale. vice president and Women officers and enlisted
are skeptics who thought the business manager of Jacksonville women for the same period
first'wheel would never turn and University, as he addressed may wear either Service Dress
no good would come of it," he the local Jacksonville Chapter Light Blue or Service Dress 4
of the Armed Forces Man-
commented. He was quick, how- agement Association at the Of- Blue Bravo. The garrison cap
ever, to say that, "College teachers ficers Club here last week. may be worn except on socialor

as a group are very dedicatedand ,formal occasions.
sincere. Historically, their pendent creativity while at the CITED BY NAVY BUREAU-CAPT James A. Bentley. officer -
best performance has been encouraged same time bringing to light financial in charge of construction NAS Jax and Public Works

by maximum latitudein information so that the NATTU HonormenCarl Officer (right), is shown presenting a Certificate of Commendation -
independent decision and professor may understand the from the Chief Bureau of Yards and Docks to Emilio Zel-
action." importance of minimum expen- ler, president of the Zeller Machinery Co. of Jacksonville. The
With this atmosphere, how do diture and further recognizethat D.88.14.Pfc. Reeps. AE1. AEB) award was for outstanding performance and cooperation rendered -
college administrators go about there has to be some rela- while re-tubing three boilers at NAS Jax. Left to right are
managing people? Very simply, tionship between productivityand Lloyd G. Carter, AEA) William Hale superintendent for Zeller Machinery Mr. Zellcr

pointed out Barksdale, it is salary. School, 84.00. LTJG C. R. Coward. assistant officer in charge of construction;
through encouraging continuanceof An almost unbelievable mass Robert L. Dailey, AN, AOA) LT T. J. Doyle deputy officer In charge of construction and
academic freedom and inde- (Please Turn to Page 6. CoL 5)) School, 80.95 CAPT Bentley.



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2 November 1961


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NAS Jacbonv'Ue'
CAPT J. R. Compton Commanding Officer
COR Walter J. Schub Executive Officer
fleet Air Jadsonvitlet NAB 6ND

MOM Joseph M. Canon Commander
CAPT Vincent Casey Chief of Stiff, hlrJax '
CAPT C. L Moore, Jr. Chief of Staff, NAB Six
Fleet' Air Wing Eu.vas Fti" gb
CAPT Renfro Turner, Jr. Commander
CAPT Andrew H. Cower Chief Staff Officer
Naval Air TechaUi Training UnIt
CAPT Hal1fel D. Allen Commanding Officer
COR Eugene F. Verde,, Executive Officer
Naval Hospital ; t
CAPT R. O. Canada Commanding Officer
CAPT Stephen H. Tolins Executive Officer

Neval Air Reserv Training Unit ,..
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. Commanding Officer xs1
COR William M. Miller Executive Officer 1 : w1'
: ; .:
Printed commercially with non-appropriated fund In Jaduonvlllc, Florida ,at fD
no expense to the government and in compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July
1933. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air 7kt
Jeckionvllle, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing 4
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit end U.S. Naval! Hospital.CDR .: : :.:" ..'.,
Alex N. Mclnnl Jr. _, Service Information Officer '
t T
Andrew H. Planey .. .. Assistant Service Information Officer 4'y .:.:.::-f: .:,}
News Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb Staff-Mae Spencer JOIj Sandy Martinson, < '.i ko3Sia5coor.wa'>Ya. .cvar: ,w w..Y.nca.KTRAINING ; ..::t .

JOSN Ralph Bailey, SN. Photographer, Joy Moreau, PH2. DIRECTORS MEET-CAPT James R. Compton, NAS Sax commanding officer,
Member of North Florida 'Industrial Editor Association and Southern and International hosted and addressed the October meeting of the local group of American Society of Training
Councils of Industrial Editors. Director at the Officer's Club here last week, speaking on the training of military personnel. A
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material
35mm color slide presentation on various phases of military training was also given. Mrs. Grace
appearing In this publication can be, reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs Jarvis of the NAS Plans Office was program chairman for the meeting. LCDR Walter T. Blakney,
unless otherwise credited, are official I U.S. Navy Photographs. plans officer, and LT Jeanette Green, CI&E officer, attended the meeting. The society's members
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone
and with their
major to
represent many phases of business industry government goal being
extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. develop as professional training personnel and to help others in the training field who require


S. Education Week 'VA-44 Opened ANew FLEET'' RESERVEASSOCIATION I Commissary,

Never More TimelyWhen Leadership3rogram Exchange To

Branch, 91, Fleet Reserve As-

sociation, will launch a series of Open.Nove 11

President Kennedy proclaimed the period of Nov. 1 turkey shoots on Saturday, .

November 5-11 as American Education Week he described It November 4, at the Branch 91 Both Navy Exchange and Com-

as "a special period-to mark the Importance of educationand Starting November I, VA-44 Club, 8554 Roosevelt Blvd. The missary Store facilities will be

the continuing need to Improve and strengthen It." He began a new leadership pro- shoots will continue to be held closed on Friday, November 10,

urged that all of us "take part, through school and com- gram, in which each squadronwill each Saturday thereafter from which has been designated a legal -

munity, c>observance to focus attention upon the force' for choose a topic from a pre- 1300 to dark until December '23. holiday since November 11
good which education Has been and must continue to be In I selected list and then introduceit Members non-members and Falls on Saturday, with the exception -
our national life." to a group of 25 men or less of the following which
their guests are invited to parti-
All of us in the Armed Forces cannot, of course, parti- for' discussion.The cipate. Shotguns and shells will will remain open Mainside during Blue ,

cipate in such communital activities. But we can ask our- training will be accom be provided or participants i may listed: ,
selves if we are taking full advantage of the varied and ex- ished: by the officer in charge bring their own. Jackets Inn, 1200-2400; Restau-
3 0630-2330 and
rants in Bldg. ,
cellent opportunities to continue our education that the who will introduce the subject,
irt Bldg. 118, ,never ,closes. 'NAT-
services provide for us. The day is long gone when a periodof then'JToderate a discussion, and
military service arrested a man's pursuit of knowledge. the with TU; Enlisted Men's Club, 1300-
close period a summa-
Fleet Association
Branch 128 Reserve Restaurant
2300 and the Bldg.
Now he is encouraged by the service to read, to study, .to
will hold its annual
keep abreast of developments in science and the humanities. tion.The 554, 0630-1300.
lecture subjects chosen by
thanksgiving turkey shoot on Since Exchange and
"If a man's education Is finished, he Is finished," a noted many
business leader and the men of VA-44 consist of November 18 at 6670'103rd Sfc., one Commissary patrons have only
philanthropist once said. That is
a re aried topics, such as communism mile west of Blanding Blvd., convenient timeto
mark worth Saturdays as a
about for
thinking it is consonant with the
President's own belief that "the education of our people drinking, profanity, physical fit- Beginning at 0900 and continuinguntil shop, all facilities of both at
should be ness, conduct ashore, sea power,, sundown.The NAS and NATTU, with the exception -
a lifelong process by which we continue to feed
others.In .
new vigor into the llfeslream of the nation through Intelli- and many Branch auxiliary, Unit of the NATTU Retail
gent, reasoned decisions." charge of coordinating the 126, has issued a plea for used Store in Bldg. 554, will be open

Intelligence and reason-nowhere program is LCDR Ray Maxwell. clothing, shoes and bedding regular Saturday hours on Nov-
are they more at a
donations which they will turn ember 11. All Exchange facilities
premium than in the Armed Forces where they must inform
over to Unit 94. of at the Naval Hospital, Bldg.
the making of decisions at every level. And we acquire them Assessments DueThe Corpus
Christi Texas for distributionto H2009 will be closed.Christmas .
through education, both academic and self-teaching. So the ,
of the teacher in our lives, from childhood into Employees Mutual victims of Hurricane Carla

maturity, gives us good reason to salute the dedicated people Death Benefit Society advises there.. Persons having items Card
who make schools, colleges and great universities their members 't hat Assessments which they will donate should ,

lives-people for whom, as the President said, "every week 171 and 172 are now due and call Mrs. Helen Birthright at Fruit Orders,
is education week." payable by November 7, 1961.SUPERIOR SPring 1-6449 and she will arrange .

to have them picked up. Taken By NX

The next regular meeting of Navy Exchange facilities are

Branch 126 will be at 2000, Nov- now taking orders for el'-
ember 16, at the Branch Meeting sonalized Christmas cards and
Hall in Yukon.
gift fruit boxes. A large selection -
S Unit 126 will hold a Boardof of cards is available at

Directors meeting this evening a saving of some 25%.

November 2, beginning at The gift fruit is top quality,
1930, at the home of Mrs. Birth- Florida grown and may be

right, 6453 Ballajo Court. The ordered for shipment to most

Unit's next regular business parts of the United States and

meeting is scheduled for 2000, Canada at reasonable prices.

November 9, at the Branch Facilities taking orders are:
S Meeting Hall. Personal Services BE 1g.
I r Shop,
J "Don't forget," urged Branch 3; NATTU, Bldg. 554 and Na-

;. 126 president, Walter H. John- val Hospital, Bldg. H2009.
son, "to fly your flag on Vete-

t ran's Day, November 11." An old mountaineer and his

4 ?! son were sitting in front of the

b.a fire smoking their pipes, cross-
A door-to-door salesman stop- ing and uncrossing their legs.

ped at a house one day. "I have After a long silence, the, father

t something here," he said, "that said,' "Son, step outside and see
will make you, popular, make if its raining."
PERFORMANCE AWARDS-Three ROICC civilian employees, (left to right) front your wife happier and bring youa "Aw, Pa," the
row) Mrs. Marl Robinson R. R. Brogd.n, and Mrs. Marion Knight pose with CAPT J. A. Bentley. host of son replied
(right). ROICC and Public Works Officer, who holds checks to be presented them for the Sustained new without looking up, "why don'twe
Superior Performance of their assigned duties. Present at the ceremony were (left to right), "Good," replied the man of jest call in the dog and see
back row). LT T. J. Doyle and LTJG C. R. Coward. the house. "Ill take a fifth." if he's wet?"

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2 November 1961 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

Armed Forces Exhibits Shown At VP-5 Airman Is

Praised By AF

it :. Y I I' I 4 t R : On Crash PhotosTaking

mHM IW-r m m .m mKm i* amateur movies of an
yv. t Y}c'st ''.... .. :.;< **V: w\, j #"* ;> >\v*% Sl "\ Air Force C-123 transport plane
} cv i *
? +1 w'k ,i ic ka.33t > s < < A v< <* & r
when it crashed during an air
show at Wilmington, N.C., recently -
has brought a letter of
k 1. 3r's praise for Robert W. Fredere,
AN, of VP-5.
Fredere had gone to Wilmington -

; his hometown, as a crew
member of a P2V "Neptune"
patrol bomber scheduled for a
static display there, and was on
;e hand when the ill-fated trans-
\> port crashed on take-off withan
Sf Army sky-diving team and
f .e : ) SS.pq newsmen aboard.
The VP-5 airman submittedhis
S film to the Air Force investigating -
team, for which he
has received a complimentaryletter
from the 354th Tactical
Fighter Wing at Myrtle Beach
AFB, S. C., reading in part, "1
should like to compliment you
.. the of
on quality your photo-
graphy and assure you that thereare
S N4W some scenes which we believe -
will be of value to us in
SSt determining the cause of the
: t Fredere is scheduled to leave
t } I NAS Jax today, November 2,
with VP-5 as it deploys to Ke-
flavik, Iceland, to participate in
a..} '' ; 2 antisubmarine warfare exercises.

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r Rt,
Thursday Nor. 2
Mainside-You Have To Run

Fast, 1900 only.
NATTU-Thunder in the Sun,
1900 only.
Hospital-Valley of the Dra-
gons, 1900 only.
Friday NOT. 3

Mainside-First Texan, 1900
only. '
NATTUnit-You Have To Run
Fast, 1900 only.
Hospital-Thunder in the Sun,
1900 only.

3 Saturday Nor. 4

5r j Mainside-Beyond All Limits,
:. :: !
s'l 1900 only.

y+ only.NATTUnit-First Texan, 1900

Hospital,-You Have To Run
Fast, 1900 only

Sunday, Nor. 5

4 r'j K; Mainside-Minotaur, 1400 and

NATTUnit-Beyond All Limits,
1400 and 1900.Hospital"'The.

iN First Texan, 1900

s Monday Nov. 6
/t ry:
Mainside-The Glenn Miller
Story, 1900 only.'

NATTUnit-Minotaur, 1900
only> .
Hospital-Beyond All Limits,
1900: only.

Tuesday, Nov. 7

Mainside-SOS Pacific, 1900
NATTUnit-The Glenn Miller
Story, 1900 only.
FAIRGOERS VIEW ARMED FORCES EXHIBITS-Rhonda Thomas, age 4. and her titter Rita, age 5, express amagement at
the little man in the Naval Reserre't Model "T" at the Greater Jacksonville Agricultural and Industrial Fair in photo number ((1)). Hospital-Minotaur, 1900 only.
Some of the huge crowd at the fair, which runt through November 4. pause to watch an action packed Nary movie in the Armed Wednesday Nov. 8
Forces exhibit' tent in photo ((2)). Bill and Dottie Hurst stand before a mockup submarine to read information given by Fleet Air Mainside Lad
Wing 11 explaining its antisubmarine warfare mission in photo ((3)). In photo ((4)), Mr. and_ Mrs. Harry P. Marquand view with interest A Dog, 1900
the model F8U plane and pariial pressure flying suits exhibited by HAS Cecil eu. T photo it\ Linda and Patrick Hage are entranced only,
by NAS Jax Public Works' mechanical "Bee;' symbol of the Seabees, which gave off firey sparks when a button was pressed. NA'ITUnit-SOS Pacific, 1900
D. Hoffman and sons, Robert and Bill, listen to the story of the Coast Guard in photo ((6)) as R. J. Siewierski, RD2, Coast Guard only.
recruiter stands ready to answer any question they may hare. Christopher Patrick and Linda Hage pose before a T-31 Turbo-prop I Hospital The
Glenn Miller
engine exhibit in photo (7)). Military exhibits make up only a minor portion of the huge fair being held in the Gator Bowl. On Sat
urday, November 4. the last day of the fair, all military personnel in uniform will be admitted free of charge. I Story, 1900 only.


2 November 1961


Russian Native Is Now -


Navy Chaplain HereA

native of Russia who has special feelings for the Uni- r ; : ..
ted States is now serving as the NAS Jax Jewish Chaplain.He .

is LT Solomon Poupko, CHC, USNR, who was promotedto
his present rank upon reporting here for duty, recently. I
Chaplain Poupko is descended
from a long line of rabbis. In centrating on brig lectures and II
general counseling. He said that ) &: ;
fact, 32 generations of his family he would welcome hearing from ;
have been rabbis. At present,
Jewish personnel stationed
six brothers are rabbis and two
aboard NAS Jax. Anyone inter-
sisters are married to rabbis. His
ested in Jewish, services may
father, who recently died, was
contact the Chaplain at Ext. 470.
the Chief Rabbi of Philadelphia,

Prior to coming on active duty s
with the Navy in July, Rabbi Oakes NamedAs

Poupko toured the Republic of .:

South Africa and Israel and,

while in Israel, attended a por- NATTU's'Serviceman' :t .+'
tion of the Eichmann trial.

He has been appointed as Chiefof
Rabbis, Incumbent, for the TESTING 1, 2, 3, TESTING-The wife of a NATTU student tests the frequency of her voiceon
Republic of South Africa and the audio-amplifier during an "open house" tour of school facilities by some 150 student's
will take this position upon One of the basic principles of wives recently. Gerald R. Petitas, AEC, (right), explained workings of the equipment and

comp 1 a tmn..".. "nt.. Viio AU,," .Mainr.....y/ *.ourHe an effective organization is that teaching methods to the group. .
is the first rabbi appointedto outstanding or superior achieve-

that post in Africa who is nota ment be given proper recogni- .

subject of the British Com- tion. Thus, Charles L. Oakes, 150 Navy Wives Tour
monwealth. He is also the youngest aviation structural mechanic, hy-

ever appointed. draulic, first class, serving at the .

Chaplain Poupko gave a seriesof Naval Air Technical Training ;
63 lectures throughout the Unit, Jacksonville, Fla., has been FOR SALE NATTU AO AE SchoolsA
United States on his travels to awarded the title of "Serviceman 'Middleburg-Ige. hi*.; Mrs. Davit, ,
of the Month" for BU 25295.
university, religious and other September By Owner-3 bdrf., 1 IIh bath In Cedar group of 150 Navy Wives have expressed amazement
educational groups.He at NATTU. Hills, $74 per mo.; SP 10765. I at the complexity of the equipment and facts and figures
was ordained as an Ortho- Oakes, who entered the Navyin S.Ior/ Swap-being transfd. to Pen. that their husbands have to learn as students at the Naval
January 1952, was presentedthe tacola, Ige. bdms., 2 bath; R. L.>Algood,
dox Rabbi when he
was 17 years SP 1.3981 or SP 1.4611. Air Technical Training Unit here, after they toured the
award commendation
old and was educated at Yeshiba on Cedii H-3! bdrm., 2 batr, 97.60 Aviation Electrician's Mate and Aviation Ordnanceman Class
University, New York, N.Y., October 27 by Captain HartselD. : Lt. Sneed, Ext. 520. "B" Schools recently.
Allen NATTU commanding .
Columbia Ohio
University; State FOR RENT me wives were welcomed to
University and West Yirginia officer. The commendation stat- Cedar Hills Eitatet-Ige., furrt. rm. & an "open house" tour by CAPT and your family dividends in
University.He ed that, "Through Oakes' out- prl!, bath, entr. & phone, $10 per wk.; Hartsel D. Allen, NATTU com- terms of security and advance-
served as Rabbi of one of standing effectiveness and reliability Kay Knudsen, SP 13110. who in his ment long after your tour of
manding officer, remarks -
Furn. Apt.-4 rn\t,, & bath, $70 Mr
the nation's largest Orthodox as a shop supervisor, duty here is over."
Clark, EV 71950. stated, "It is a pleasureto
congregations in the Crown coupled with his conscientious Furn.-3 bdrm. h..., Middleburg; Mri. share these few minutes with After the welcome, the wives
section of be- attitude towards each task' assigned Davii BU 2-5295. invited
Heights Brooklyn you, the dependents of our Ad- were to the classroomsand
Efflc. !iv. & bdrm.
he was selected "Ser Apt.-2 rm. rm.
fore Africa. laboratories where the
touring vanced School Students, so that pur-
comb., complt. kit., share bath furn.,
vice of the Month" for Sep-
Chaplain Poupko feels especially \an $70 per mo., $75 with TV, $80 with I you may have a better insightas pose of instructions on each
privileged to serve with the tember 1961. mo. cleaning; 2765 Vernon Terrace. to the schools your husbandsare level of training was explainedto
Navy, saying that he feels that "Oakes' initiative resulted in Furn. Apt.1 bdrm.; Mrs. Oakley, now attending. them. They also met their r

his family owes its life to the noteworthy improvement of the SP 11106. "Take an interest in his work husband's teachers.On .
metal shop and other areas in THIS 'N THAT
United States. "Navy duty is an and show him that you appreciate completion of the tour,
4th St.:, Jax,
which he is in charge. His mili- Ride Wanted-319 W. to
opportunity to pause, reflect, and and Supply Dept., Bldg. 110; Mrs. C. Oakley, his problems when the going the wives were, served refresh-
serve," stated the Chaplain. tary appearanceare EL 3-4933 after 1930. gets rough. By taking this attitude ments and they were given an
think a Navy tour is one of the beyond reproach, and his Car Pool-will share In CP or carry the Navy gains a highly opportunity to ask questions
leadership ability has earned trom Arlington to San I
most rewarding experiences of far pings.
Riveiiidi Ext. trained technician, and you, a during an informal question and
him the respect of both super- /jrco to ; Irving Spevak
life. J24 S or RA 5.2835 evenings. husband with a brighter future. answer period with the instruc-
His first duty after attending 'Iors and subordinates. His per- Ride wanted-400 Blk. W. 7th St., to This will continue to pay you tors and school officers.
Chaplain's School at Newport, formance reflects credit upon VJATTU, 070Q.1555Mary Hamilton, Ext.
R. I., was' at Guantanamo Bay, himself, this command, and the 547 or 8445.Policeman.
Cuba. While tnere '.le receiveda naval service."
letter of commendation from As an additional reward for Helpful Tips On Car Financing

RADM E. J. O'Donnell, Com being chosen "Serviceman of the ; (stopping motorist -
mander of the Naval: Base for Month", Oakes and his family ) : "Sir, your wife fell out of

his outstanding services during will be feted to an allexpensepaid the car three blocks back." Given By Local Credit UnionNow
his tour. weekend in America's old- Motorist: "So that's it, I

Chaplain Poupko is now con. est city, St. Augustine, Fla. thought I'd gone stone deaf."
that the 1962 models have made their appearance,
some of the members of the Jax Navy Federal Credit Union

will be purchasing sleek new cars, or perhaps a good used

car, and purchasing generally entails financing.The .
automobile dealer will, of
course, want to handle the loan; trade-in allowance; down pay-
that's only natural since he made ments; outstanding balance after
the sale. But before the customer trade-in; kind of insurance required -

signs any papers, he should talk and its cost; details of
to a loan counselor at his credit additional fees for credit inves-

5 union. His job is to save the tigation and other services; total
y tr member money and the chancesare amount to be financed; financ-

( good that he can arrange a ing charge in actual dollars;
; : ) loan. amount of monthly installments;

::4 ; Since members are in effect and length of time you have to

owners of the Jax Navy Credit pay.Members
Union, is makes sense to patronize are reminded that
? : their own business by their Jax Navy Federal Credit

borrowing within the family of Union loan is fully covered by

t ? credit union members.So life insurance at no extra cost.
: + ,.
:_ _; t that a prospective buyer
will know exactly what he is going After being completely silent

to pay for the car, he should for six years, little Jr. finally
ask the dealer to give him fig- blurted, "Mom the toast is
x Y ures covering the following ten burnt." His amazed mother

} items. When one has these fig- shrieked joyfully and said, "Jr.,

NEW CHAPLAIN NEW RANK-CAPT James R.. Compton. NAS Jax commanding officer, ures, he can be pretty sure that why haven't you spoken to us
(left), congratulates LT Solomon Poupko on his promotion to that rank recently shortly after all costs have been determined: before this?" "Well," he replied,
he reported here for duty. LT Poupko is the newly assigned Jewish Chaplain here at NAS CAPT Total cost of the car, including "Up to now everything's been
W. S. Peck, NAS Senior Chaplain, looks on. Rabbi Poupko is wearing the full beard during a extras and taxes; amount of fine."
period of mourning of the death of his father.


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2 November 1961 JAX Ad NEWS ,Pago 5


A-C's, Hornets

Still Leading IM FootballNARTU *a 9 { >

continued to dominate the Mainside intramural

touch football National League as of last week, after win-

ning 6-2 over their closest rivals, the Marine Barracks. This

gives the sailors an unblemished 4-0 slate.

After that stinging defeat, the
the lead with the VA-44 Hornets,
Leathernecks, now 4-1, are sure
4-1. The A/C's won over th?
to it on in future
pour games,
VAP-62 Sky Warriors 1-0 in ,an
hoping for a NARTU loss which
overtime playoff at the stadium. '
would tie things up. A notch
The Hornets helped their record
below them is the Air Force L"S
with a 6-0 victory over VA-176.
679th, last year's champ, with
Third place Admin 'won their
3-1 after their 8-6 win over VP-
fourth game of the pigskin sea- F-

18. son 6-0 over Faetu, to give them _____
The remaining standings in the .
s,> : ri
National look like this: VP-30, 42.The rest of the A. L. teams ;

2r2; MARTD, 2-3; VP-16, 1-4; sport the following records: I- f tr i .

VP-18, 0-1; and Operations, 0-4. VAP-62, 3-3; Faetu, 2-3; Hospital -

In the American circuit, Air- 2-3; VA-35, 1-2 and VA-176, s
craft Maintenance is tied for 0-5.; L1 t '

COMFAIRJAX SPIKER-.Mac" McGuckin (left foreground) lams the ball into VP-30 ter-
ritory, as two defending patrolmen attempt to block the shot in their clash at the Mainiide gym

Gap Is Closing On IM and last week.1510.FEMININE. After stubborn opposition.. VP-30 won the fracas two games out of three, 2-15 16-14

Bowling League LeadersAmerican 2.4 S4'iytl

National and Con-
tinental intramural est distaff team on any league)
bowling lea-
gue leaders have been ''holding 16-12, VP-30 "C" 18-14, to round Is Fast And FuriousIn

their own for the last two out the top five in that circuit. tR

weeks Below them, but still very
but their respective opponents -
I much in the running, are the the second week of Main-
striking are distance.pulling With up within about Marine Barracks with 17-15, VP- side 'intramural volleyball, last felt three win-no loss record; as1

;ix weeks left of competition, 16 17-15, Hospital 14-14, RoadRunners year's champion VP-30 team they trounced. Dispensary 15-4.
and .
the present king keglers could 15-17, Scope Dopes continued undefeated as they I j
easily be dethroned.The 14-17%, NARTU 13&-18 put down .ComFairJax in a best In another three game series
Spades Aces lead the Supply "B" 1219%, VP-30 two-out-of-three contest 2-15, Disease Vector Control whipp
tight American with "B" 10%-21%, and the Pin Benders x 16-14 and 15-10. ComFair came the Marines after a> first diem' ]
League a loss, 5-15, 15-6 and 15-4. ,i' ': *
31-5 slate followed 10-22. back later in the week to whif
by two teams
[tied for second, Molorolas and Those red-hot Fire Balls are k past VP-741 opposition, 15-4 and Remaining scores read ''lik

'Operations AUW with 23-9. Atie still in the Continental lead with 15-1, giving the Fleetairmen a this: VA-44 over the Marihe j

for fourth is between ABC 24-8, followed rather closely by 2-1 slate. 15-5 and 15-11; Dispensary ovei}
The VA-44 Hornets the VP-16 15-8 and 13-5 and
Maintenance "A" and the Elec- some angry Hornets who hold a are ;
[ trons with 2210.In 19-9 slate. ComFairJax "B" teamis only other team sporting a per- 18 over O&R 15-9 and 15-9. .

remaining positions, the in third place with 21-11, a j

Sky Warriors have 23-13, Yellow notch above the. Strikes, who Dark Horse Razzle-Dazzle I

Jackets 18-14, Play Boys 18-14, boast a 20-12 record., The Owl

Dispensary 19-17, Ten Pins 10-22, Hoots round out the top five,

Faetu 10-22, ComFairJax "A" with 2115.In Smears Swammis' RecordsNeedless

11-25, Admin MAA's 11-25, Ma- remaining positions, the

rines "A" 4-24 and the Pin Spartans have 16-12, O&R 20-16,
Queens 3-29. Supply "A" 15-17, Grocers 13- to say, our record is far from flawless, but we havea
heck of a lot of fun. Out of 75 picks, Assistant Service Informa-
Maintenance "B" 13-15
The National League leading 15, ABC ,
tion Officer leads the trio with overall
Stingers hold a six game lead Army ADA 13-15: 3rd Crewmen Andy Planey an averageof
.667. Next in line is sports writer Ralph Bailey, who is .600 to
over the next place with 27-9. 5-15, Untouchables 6-22, and
the good. Athletic director Frank McCaffrey is still in a slump with
The Echoes are 21-11, Paymasters Wave Barracks in the cellar with,
18-10, Pan Handlers (high- 2-26.
This week's guest selector is W. F. Gordon' of Public Works.

Games for the week are: Arkansas-Texas A&M, UCLA-California,

Colorado-Missouri, Duke-Michigan, Georgia Tech-Florida, Miami-

Top Jax Navy Linksters Georgia, Kansas-Nebraska, Michigan State-Minnesota, Ole Miss...

LSU, NaVy-Notre Dame, New Mexico-Utah, Penn State-Maryland,

Purdue-Illinois, Syracuse-Pitt and BaylorTCU.BAILEY .


Not really. Eye fetching model Texas A&M Texas A&M Arkansas Texas A&M
72 hole Jax Navy Championship Match Play Golf Charlotte Foley is lending her

Tournament will be concluded here this week end, to iden- talents to advertise the fourth UCLAColorado UCLAMinourl UCLA California

tify the top Station stickman.As annual Leatherneck Bowl foot- Minourl Colorado

the result of last weekend's ball tilt to, be held November
: Flight. In the second group, Duke Michigan Michigan Michigan
play on the local links, 11 in Balboa Stadium. San
Earl Pearson will play Ed Dyer, George Taylor challenges Chuck Diego. The Goshawks of NAS Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Florida
and Leonard Eubanks
and Ray Kennedy faces Bill Busby, Pensacola. Fla. will butt heads Miami MiamiKaniai MiamiKaniai Miami
will tee off against Wash Wear.
Barrow in the ChampionshipFlight. with the local Marine Corps
The third flight contains C. B.
KaniaiMlnneiota Nebraska
Pearson won over Dave Recruit Depot. ProCeeds for the
Coward against Henry Hunt, and
Sweeney and Harry Webb, Dyer game will be divided between Michigan State Minnesota Minnesota
clipped Mike Benak and Phil the twosome of Bill Broderick the United. Fund and Navy Re
versus Harry Hooker.In lief. Ole Miss! LSU LSU Ole Miss
Hughes, Kennedy bested Hans
Tanzler, and Barrow understro- the best 15 out of 18 hole "How come you left your girl's Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Navy

ked Guido Ruscetta and Bill tourney held here last week, Dr. house so early last night New Mexico Utah New Mexico UtahMaryland

Maranville, to merit their posi- Dick Edwards tied with Charlie I "Well, we're sitting on the

tions in the top flight. McCarthy with a net 56, decidedby I sofa, side by side, talking of this Penn State Penn State Penn State

In the following four flights, and that, when all of' a sudden Purdue PurdueSyracuse ,. Purdue Purdue
of the coin. Bob Thielof
John Johnson will play Don a flip she reached over and turned off '
Pitt Syracuse
Gifford, and Jack Stephens will NAS Admin took third with the lights. Well, I guess I can

meet Don Howard in the First 57. take a' hint." TCU Baylor .ylot

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Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 2 November 1961,

23 Rates Begin VP'-5Begins'

ShipToShoreSwitch } DeployingTo

In June IcelandPatrol

Sailors in 23 rates will start Squadron Five, the
rotating from ship-to-shore duty Navy's first 11-plane patrol

in June 1962, says the Bureauof squadron to reach a total of

Naval Personnel as it announced 1,362 flight, hours during one
sea-duty commence- month, is scheduled to begin deployment -

ment cut-off dates recently. to Keflavik, Iceland,
today, November 2, with final
Ratings included in the first elements of the squadron leav-

segment of the Seavey are in jty, ing NAS Jax on Friday.

the deck, electronics, precision The "Mad Faxes," homebasedhere

equipment, ordnance, adminis- and skippered by CDR

trative, clerical and some mis- 4 Thomas H. Casey Jr., will engagein

cellaneous groups. '. ,. ua :;} L.#$.d ..w'.y:}, .:} antisubmarine patrol duty
Under from Iceland to the Aegean Seaas
the new cut-off dates
the first part of the NATO air arm,
set of orders will be
supporting the Sixth Fleet.
issued in
February for ,transferof
VP-5 has the distinction of
personnel in June 1962.
being one of the safest squadrons
BuPers also announced that in the Navy and was commended -
the Navy is seeking volunteers : by the Commander Naval Air

from first class and chief torpe- Force, Atlantic Fleet, for excel-
doman's mates and from second 2 '" lence in aviation safety during

class, first class and chief :fire ,*" : } ... fiscal 1961.Squadron.

control technicians who are qua- CHARITY BAZAAR-Judith Young, 7, (left), and Susan Young, 9, distribute Charity Bazaar members fly the
lified for. instructor duty. pamphlets: Steve Judson, PH3, of ComFairJax in front of the "NASville General Store" located P2V-5FS Lockheed "Neptune,"
, in Building 40, announcing the Jacksonville .Officer's Wives Charity Bazaar to be held there Thurs a long-range, land-based, all-
Cut-off. dates. for instructor day, November 2, from 1000 to 1800. All hands are invited to stop by for coffee and cake. wontViei.. antisubmarine warfare
------ ------------------
volunteers is June 1959 for torpedoman's
plane, equipped with the latest
mates and June 1960 Annual Credit Station Traffic' devices for detecting, trackingand
for fire i control 'technicians. Employees AskedTo destroying submarines.Educational .

Those who are accepted for instructor Violation
duty will not be
reported -
in Seavey. ,Heeling Fifty-four drivers appeared TheirEmergency
before the Traffic Hearing (Continued from Page 1))
Regular cut-off date for TMsis Planned Board for traffic violations for of students are now demanding
December 1958; for FTCs, Being the week ending Oct. 27, List- CardsThe college and will be entering

September 1958; for FTls, June ed below is a tally of viola college within the next few
1958 and for FT2s October The Jax Navy Federal Credit NAS Industrial Relations
1958. tions for this week, this year, years, Mr. Barksdale asserted.
Union is already beginning preparations Department issued a request this
and the same period last year; week Last year ,in this country there
for its annual meetingto also the number of days since asking all civilian employees were about 4,000,000 students enrolled -
Blood Donor Day be held January 19, 1962. the last motor vehicle accident their to read the fine print on in colleges and by 1970-
injury: Instruction CardDD 71, the enrollment will jump to
Set November 8 At that meeting, there will be NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS ( Form 886-1)). 6,700,000 according to the U. S.

three vacancies on the Board of This week ..........................6 At least once annually, civilian Office of Education.
Blood Donor Day for NAS Directors to be filled, and oneon This year through employees' attention is called Colleges and universities face

civilian personnel has been the Credit Committee. Thesevacancies September ....................169 specifically to paragraph five on today a major managerial prob-
set for November 8 at the Same period through the reverse side of the card, lem in handling the large num-
will occur due to the
Mainside Dispensary, Build- expiration of present members' September 1960 ........200 which reads as follows: ber of students, it was brought
ing 8, with donations to be terms. NUMBER OF VIOLATIONS "If you are unable to reach out by Barksdale. This problem

I taken from 0830 to 1200. This week .,......81 any of the above installations, or I toils down to basically the same
, Persons Interested in giving Anyone willing to serve in anyof Reckless Driving .2 if after reporting to a military as that of any other manager,

blood at that time are urged these positions is asked to Speeding installation of other than your namely that of managing people

not to eat a heavy breakfastthat contact'a member of the Nom Running Stop Sign .6 I own department, that installationis and assets in a way to get the
morning nor eat fatty Others unable to contact your own job done well. College adminis-
inating Committee which Includes
foods and drink lots of liquids This year through department, then go to the nearest trators are working to cope with

during the four hours prior. Charles Hart, chairman, September ..............1,317 I Post Office and secure, fill the situation.At .
Donors will be able to geta Overhaul and Repair Depart- Same period through I out, and mail a 'Federal Em- last Thursday's meeting,

light snack at the Civilian ment, Ext. 755;' Hershel Lee, September 1960..1,342 I ployees Registration Card'." CAPT James R. Compton, com
Cafeteria shortly thereafter. Public Works, Ext. 205, or R. D. DAYS SINCE LAST Employees are also advised bIRD y manding officer of NAS Jax, was
Pinney, Operations, Ext. 671. ACCIDENT-INJURY to keep the Emergency Instruction elected president to succeed Rear
Books of traffic tickets are Card with them at all Admiral James R. Reedy, former

now being provided to various times. commanding officer.IY3i :
senior officers aboard the Sta-
tion. Violators of Station Traffic -

Regulations will now be
tiled by these officers addi-
tion to uniformed policemen.

St. Edward's Sets

Membership Drive

5 Meet November 9
Xy w "
The Sodality of St. Edward's ,>;ir;; ::i*>",

Catholic Chapel has announceda

membership drive with pros-
pective members invited
cordially -
to attend a meeting and
coffee hour at the Chapel on

Thursday, November 9, at 2000. IY3i
1 All ladies of the Chapel,

_: eighteen-years-of-age or older, I g .t. .
are eligible to join. I
Chaplain William F. Doyle I

v will be moderator for, the group. VA-44's HONORMEN-H. C. Gilmore, A01, (right), and C. E.
O'Quinn, ADR3, have been presented the squadron's two top
CHARITY KITS-Pearl Smith (left). Kit Chairman for the Sympathetic : "What's awards. Gilmore was selected as VA-44's "Bluejacket of the
city of Jacksonville, stuffs contribution kits for local Muscular person Month," while O'Quinn was named "Outstanding Plane Captainof
Dystrophy campaign as Elaine Paolette hands pamphlets to the matter, little boy? Are you the Month." Gilmore was commended for his outstanding
her. In back, Helen Finnegan also prepares kits for distribution. lost?" leadership ability, reliability and efficient portrayal of his
I, The women, all members of Navy Wives Club 86, prepared approximately Little boy, sobbing: "Yes, I job while serving in the ordnance division. O'Quinn was com-
4.000 kits as a club project during a coffee hour at am. I shoulda known better'n to mended for completion of his tasks willingly, capably and In a
their Dewey Park,club house last Wednesday. The kits contain most
come out with Grandma. She'salways professional manner as a plane captain on the AD line.
receipt, forms, identification badges and return envelopes for Both men were cited for their personal appearance and bearing
contributions to Muscular Dystrophy losin somethin'l" which was described as exceptionaL