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Creation Date: October 11, 1962
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Big Open House Celebration ere Sunday





For Air Station's 22nd Anniversary


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Blue Angels 'Chuting

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Stars Highlight ActivitiesThe



gates to the Naval Air Station open at noon on
Sunday for the big Open House program in celebrationof
Vol. 20 No. 31 U.S. NAS Jacksonville Fl,. 11 October. 1962 the Station's 22nd Anniversary, with the famous Blue
Angels and the 'Chuting Stars highlighting the afternoon's
activities.IN .
ADDITION TO THE AIR SHOW. an interestingstatic
display of equipment and material will be set up in
Hagnar 113 and aircraft will be on display in the immediate
vicinity of the Hangar. The air show begins at 1415, and
F will be concluded with the performance of the Blue Angelsat
1530.A .
1 ____ Photo flash loop by an F8U-1P Crusader jet will
open the air show. Following will be a high performancetake
off by an A3D Skywarrior jet with JATO (jet assisted
takeoff) and an F8U \Crusader Jet. These planes will be
piloted by Jacksonville Navy pilots.
THE 'CHUTING STARS, the Navy's Parachute Exhi-
bition Team, make the scene at about 1435. Their dazzling
performance of free-falling and other parachuting tech-
4 1 niques will take up one-half hour.
-
; At 1505, Jacksonville will see the first performanceof
: "The Flying Professor", Captain Dick Schram who will
: --- pilot his piper cub aircraft through some aerial acrobatics.A .
helicopter flight demonstration and rescue opera-
tion is next on the agenda at 1515, followed by a crash-
fire demonstration. In the latter exhibition, Navy fire
fighters will demonstrate how to extinguish a flaming
aircraft and effect the rescue of the "pilot" from the burn-
ing craft.
The popular Blue Angels, the Navy's Flight Demonstration -
Team, organized here at NAS Jax in June 1946, begin
their performance at 1530 and for the next half hour or so
t the fans will see the most exacting, low level formation
4 4 S f S ;5)s 4 'r flyrig performed by man.
The 'Chuting Stars, who were scheduled to help cele-
brate the 50th anniversary of Naval aviation here at NAS
Jax last October, were cancelled out for that performancedue
WOOSH-Flying in tight formation at high speeds the Navy's famous Blue Angels room to strong winds. This will be their first show at NAS.
by in a flawless demonstration of precision flying. The Angels, who execute the most exact, low When performing, the 'Chuting Stars bail out at 12,000
level formation flying performed by man, will be seen this Sunday at NAS Jax during the 22nd (Continued on Page 8, Col. 1))
Anniversary Open House celebration. They'll make the scene at 1530.
,

NAS CO's : '

54t'145'i ) '

Sunday's Anniversary 16 In AllSince 4 S) ,


House it was commissioned on
Open Program October 15 twenty-two years ago
NAS Jacksonville has had 16
commanding officers:

Captain Charles P. Mason

1200-1630 Open House hours. Static displays in NARTU Hangar October 1940-May 1942 tz
113 and vicinity. Captain John D. Price I '
#
May 1942-March 1943 ______________________ ,zM4'
\
Captain Stanley J. Mitchell
1415 Air Show begins. March 1943-August 1943

Captain Arthur Gavin

1420 Photo flash loop by F8U.1P Crusader Jet. August 1943.Apri11944
S 1 Captain,Walton W. SmithApri11944.November ,
/ /
1944 / 7 / q
1425 High performance takeoff featuring A3D Skywarrior jet Captain Herbert E. Regan
with Jet Assisted Takeoff (JATO); and FBU Crusader jet November 1944-June 1945
Captain Anthony R. Brady
June 1945-June 1947
1435 "Chuting Stars," Navy Parachute Exhibition Team. Captain Herbert S. DuckworthJune
1947-June 1948
Captain Alvin I. Malstrom 4
1505 The "Flying Professor Captain Dick Schram, in his June 1948-June 1950
Piper Cub. Captain Douglas T.Day
June 1950-August 1952
Captain Burnham McCaffree
1515 Helicopter flight demonstration and resuce.. operations. August 1952-July 1954 .5 .
Captain John S.Thach k /4Vjv4 S
1520 Crash-fire demonstration. July 1954-August 1955 #/////,4A; .. S '+ :'A.L'I,.4
\ Captain William S. Harris AS FREE'AS A BIRD-And ihat'i just the way this member
October 1955-June 1957 of the Navy's Chuting Start looks and feels as he begins his
1530 "Blue Angels," Navy Flight Exhibition Team. Captain Elliott W.Parish, Jr. free-fall from 12.000 feet. By using proper body positions
September 1957-June 1959 a parachutist can accomplish any maneuver a fighter aircraft
Captain James R.Reedy does with the exception of a climb. The Chuting Stars will share
I the spollighfSunday with the Blue Angels at the big Open House
,' oJV July 1959-August 1961 program in observance of the 22nd anniversary of the Naval
Captain James R.Compton Air, Station. The Chuting Stars are scheduled to begin their
September 1961- Jumps at 1435. ,


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11 October. 1962
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"'" Station Traffic I I Communism

.. .J. Liberty vs

Violation Record
NAS, Jacktonvlllt
CAPT J. R. Compton ............................................................ Commanding Officer OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITYThe
CDR Walter J. Schub ................................................................ Executive Officer Following is a report of traffic Declaration of Independence' ((1776)) declared that
Fleet Air Jacksonville NAB 6ND i violations for the period By this declaration of political

RADM Joseph M. Carton ................................................................ Commander September 29 through Octo- "all men are created equal. meant that all
CAPT Vincent Casey ...................................................................... Chief of Staff ber 5. faith, the founders of our Republic in the men are
Fleet Air Wing Eleven under the law, and, as asserted Fourteenth

CAPT Gilbert J. Frauenhelm ............................................................ Commander NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis I equal ) posses the "equal Protection of the
CAPT Andrew H. Cowart .................................................... Chief Staff Officer week (period Sept. Amendement 1_____ ((1868),
Naval Air Technical Training Unit law:).
CAPT Harttel D. Allen ........................................................ Commanding Officer 29 through Oct. 5 .............. 3 THEY DID NOT MEAN thatall in this sweeping promise; the
CDR Eugene F. Verdery .......................................:.................... Executive Officer Total accidents this year men should possess equal equality would come after the
Naval Hospital through Sept. 30 ................209 of or receive
CAPT ''J. M. Hanner ................................................................ Commanding Officer Number amounts property Rather, abolition of the classes and the
CAPT Stephen H. Tolini ..........................................;................. Executive Officer of accidents equal wages or profits. creation of the Communist so-
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit through Sept. 1961 ..........185 all men should have equal op- ciety.

CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. .................................................... Commanding Officer portunities, under the law, by
CDR William M. Miller ....................................................... .... Executive Officer NUMBER OF DAYS and thrift, to im- By 1919, Lenin frequently bo-
Printed commercially with'non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at no SINCE LAST INJURYIN their industry social asted that classes had been abol-
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958. MOTOR VEHICLE prove their economic or ished. But the Communist Party

Distributed weekly free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air ACCIDENT ......................11 status. The founders had no intention has never admitted that the So-
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing of equalitarian regiment-
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U. S. Naval Hospital., NUMBER viet Union has passed from socialism
OF VIOLATIONS
LCDR Ralph D. McClure ........................ ... Service Information Officer ation- as to pr9perty.;> to communism.
Andrew H. Planey ........................ Asisstant Service Information Officer This week (Sept. 29- Many critics of the capitalist is
Editor-Mae Spencer, J01; 'Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone, J01; Staff- Oct 5) .................................. 60 system condemn the inequality of Today this legerdemain still
Robert Dodds, SA; Ruth Anne Roberts, SA. Speeding ................................ 12 income and so-called swollen for- the lame excuse of the dictator-
Members of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and International Reckless driving .................. 3 tunes. Extremely heavy taxation, ship for failure to fulfill the Marxian -

The Jax Councils Air News of Industrial U a member Editors.of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material Going through stop sign ...... 3 however, has greatly lessened romise of equality than of this in-

appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing cerdit It given. Photographs Other violations .................... 42 these inequalities.IN ccjmw. Even worse ,
unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs. MOST DEMOCRACIES, including during the present period of
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone Forty-two drivers appeared the United States and "transition from socialism to com-

extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. before the Traffic Hearing Great Britain, large fortunes have munism," the Communism Party
Board at the meeting held on has repudiated the principle of
been severly curtailed by pro-
October 5. Disposition of the equality of wages.
CNO
Urges ParticipationIn gressive income and inheritancetaxes.
cases included the following In the uppper brackets, the This series is taken from, Ideas

Nine lost driving and parking income tax take 85 percent of a In Conflict, Liberty and Communism

Letter Award Program"The privileges aboard the Station, man's income, and the inherit- (DOD Pam 3-11)), published .
11 were assigned to a course
Directorate for
the
ance tax almost as much of an by
in remedial driving instruc-
Armed Forces Information and
inherited fortune.All .
subject for this year's Freedom Foundation Let- tions, 17 received suspended of De
ter Awards Program is particularly timely and well chosen.As penalties, eight received warn- democratic countries guar- Education, Department
civic under law to fense.
antee
equality
citizens, we are well aware of the constant threat to ings, five were dismissed, and
our freedom in a world of conflicting ideology. As Navy one was referred to his com- all citizens. Indeed, U.S. Law

men, we have a daily responsibility to help maintain that manding officer for possible goes even further, guaranteeingthis .
freedom with our mobile forces of sea power. disciplinary action equality to all persons whether
citizens or aliens. This prom-
"This program provides an excellent interest in Washington, D.C. STOP-AND-GO SIGNALS ise, however, does not include 0

valuable opportunity freedom to exerciseone that is I The deadline for submission Stop-and-go signals are installed equality in wages, income or
of letters is November 1, 1962. to promote safety by wealth. PROTESTANT
denied to many people in many I Mail all entries to: the orderly handling of traffic. I Under the free enterprise sys-
lands, freedom of expression. A 0830-Holy Communion, AUSaints'
Freedoms Foundafion Every driver should obey them
tem, all citizens may compete in
letter of
100 to 500 words
the on Valley Forge, Pa. to insure safety to vehicles in business, and also, as workers or Chapel0930Naval
subject, 'My Freedoms and the cross traffic.If Hospital Chapel
entrepreneurs, increase their
may
My Responsibilities
can proveto 0930-Service of Divine Wor-
be a valuable self- appraisal I you plan to turn at an savings (capital) by frugality and ship All Saints' Chapel
,
serving as an inspiration to oth- Blood DonorsThiryone intersection, get into the proper care. In business competition, all 1100-Service of Divine Wor-
lane before the businessmen are protected by
reaching
ers
earn recognition and reward ship All Saints' Chapel
and be a lasting credit to enlisted turn, and give the proper turn laws requiring honest practices. ,

our Navy and to our country."I recently donated blood persons to the signal. MARXIAN SOCIALISM and CATHOLICSunday
communism
urge your participation." Naval Hospital Blood Donor Cen NOTE THE COLOR of the ther in have gone much fur-

GEORGE W. ANDERSON signal light while still at a promises, pledging not 0630-Naval Hospital Chapel
ter.DONATING only civic equality but also
distance and econ- 0900 & 1200-St. Edwards
Admiral, USN BLOOD FROM regulate your omic
equality in the form of
equal
NATTU AO "A" School speed accordingly. Have Chapel.
THE LETTER AWARDS PROGRAM were: W. your wages and salaries for all workers.
is open to all membersof L. Armstrong, AA; Joseph J. vehicle under easy control. In other words, Marxian social Weekdays
the U. S. Armed Forces on Bohnen, AA; Kelley W. Hill, AA; Never rush up to an intersec- ism and communism have held Monday Through Friday
active Ilan L. Huff, AA; Billy K. Wil- tion in an effort to "beat" the
duty. (This does not in- out the promise that all workers 0630-St. Edwards Chapel
clude dependents or civilian son, AA; Stephen L. Kirkpatrick, light. When the yellow signal whether common laborers fac 1615-King Hall.
or
AA; J. C. Vermaelen AA Robert shows ahead of vehicle
employees.) First prize is $1,000 ; your tory
managers,
government of Saturday
and the George Washington S. Schultz, AN; Lance A. stop before reaching the cross- ficials
Honor Medal.I Wheeler, AN; and C. P. Yar- walk or intersection. Start or party members, wouldreceive 0900-King Hall
brough AA. only when the the same income. Confessions are heard from
green signal
The top winner of each
ser- There is
a haf-concealed
trick 1900-2000 and before Masses.
AO "B" School donors shows.
vice and the next five winners were:

regardless of service will be invited Gordon J. Thomas, AO1; Neil A., Drivers who mix alcoholic

to Valley Forge, Pa., headquarters Vanderhoof, A03; Franklin M., beverages with driving are notoriously -
of the Freedoms Foun- Culligan, A02; Paul R. Dodge, dangerous to traffic,
dation, on George AO2; Gene L. Dyer, A03; and and records
Washing show that these
Only 99 to This Is ready now.It .
years go. egg
tCJ1:'S birthday, February 22, Jerry W. Harper, A02. drivers are more apt to run a
1963. Awards will be presentedat AE "A" SCHOOL, DONORSwere red light, switch lanes indis-

appropriate ceremonies. The : W; S. Edstrom, AA; James crimately, and turn at inter-

visiting winners will also go to L. Miller, AN; Terry G. Vaughan,, sections without regard to the

the: Capitol and other' places o f AN; Richard B. French, AA; W., safety of others and yield the

Hamilton, AN; Egbert Lawrence,, destrians on the highway. A
AA; and Richard C. Burgess, AE1 person who drives while un-

Italian Crusier To AE "B" School donors were: der the influence of liquor is a
Russell W. Grisso, AECA; Ed- potential menace to everyone
ward B. Many, SN; W. E. Rose; concerned,
Visit MayportThe Jerry L. Harward, AE2 and Clif-
ford W. Kearns, AE1. ALWAYS CONSIDER the

Italian Navy cruiser Brig donors were: Geoffrey W., safety of others and yield the

Garibaldi is slated to arrive Cook, AA; Danny W. Littleton, right-of-way in orders to avoida

Friday at Mayport Naval BTFA and Jerry L. Lowery, SR. possible collision. Courtesy,
Station for a three-week vi- good sense, and thoughtfulnessare

factors which make good
sit.The Garibaldi, with about (Rh.71l'QC, of tha Ti1nQSZrfI.rI. drivers.

1000 officers and
aboard, will have liberty men in ?O'J MaKlxA Are you a good driver? takes patience to keep this You don't have to wait at all for

Jacksonville and vicinity in M15'TA: nest egg. What is it?-A one a nest" egg of U.S. Savings
addition to their normal aN0 SC'-AT IT; t year old Century egg.* Bonds: Just think, in a 10th of

training. MAKE DOUtLV Buying bonds? Buy more- the time it takes the Chinese to

The Mayport-based destroyer SURE 4> >: now, during the Freedom Bond -Chinese delicacy tu 4 tn cook- get one egg, yours would already
tar Chicken
packed In
ere
tender Yellowstone you DON'T Drive. They help keep America fin* pwte mad up of aah i o., be hatched.I .
will host the Italian ship dur- REPEAT'11.. strong build security for you. .Mnrea Ammonia U ad tadeOnlUland Um. (which pre IoU
ing its stay. .. *"" ; Keep freedom in your future .Ctlma,
with U. S.: Savings Bonds.




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1962
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a EAOS Important





In Seavey, Sh oreve YIn



a recent Washington report it was noted that

numerous inquiries have been received by the Bureau of

Naval Personnel concerning SEAVEY status and Shore

Tour Completion Date.

Most often, the reason for a
tend, if necessary, to reap the
man being on inactive SEA-
maximum benefit from the
VEY, or not receiving a com-
plete tour of his assignment in SlJOREVEY/SEA VEY system.

relation with his rate/rating, is
insuficient obligated service.

Briefly, these are some of the Your Career
:
$ ( controlling factors:

t ____ _____ I OBLIGATED SERVICE EF- ServiceThis

FECTS SEAVEY In order fora
__ __ man to receive orders to shore

duty, he must have at least 12 is the last of three arti-

months obligated active service cles designed to improve em- ,

PROTESTANT YOUTH FELLOWSHIP collected $70 and donated It to Pinecastle School from the month in which he ployeesf understanding of the
so they may purchase a water cooler. Here Lynda Dikllch. treasurer of the Fellowship presents will be transferred. Thus, if a civil service retirement system.
the check to Thomas Poston. Plnecastle School representative while LCDR H. E. Waters, NAS
THE SER-
man is a short-timer, a contin- IF YOU LEAVE
Protestant Chaplain looks on.
uing review of his obligated ser- VICE-If you leave Federal em-

Replica of Navy'slst'Plane vice is necessary from the time ment before you complete five

91 Don New Crows of submission of SEAVEY cardto years of service, you may have

Given To receipt of orders. your retirement deductions returned

Since orders to shore duty to you. You get inter-

Nov. 16 City of San DiegoThe aie normally issued four months est on this money if it covers

Beginning annual Aerospace Awards prior to transfer month, a min- service of over one year.If .

Banquet at San Diego, Calif., imum of 16 months obligated you leave after completingat
Ninety-one NAS Jax bluejackets and Waves will be was marked by presentation to service will have to be main- least five years of service,

advanced to the next higher rating on November 16 asa San Diego of a flying replica of tained to remain on active you have a choice of having

result of successfully competing in the August service- the Curtiss A-l, the ,Navy's first SEAVEY. your deduction returned or

wide examinations. Twelve persons will sew on that third aircraft. OBLIGATED SERVICE EF- leaving the money in the retirement -
first class officers while 25 will add their fund. If have
stripe as petty Presented by Captain RobertW. FECTS SHOREVEY. .Tour completion you your
second chevron and 54 will get their first "crow". Leeman, Commanding Of- date is established whena deductions returned, you do

THOSE ADVANCED TO ( Squire, ADJ3; F G. Strickland, ficer of NAS North Island, the man first reports to shore not get interest for any time
PETTY OFFICER FIRST CLASS after December 31, 1956. If you
If of active
expiration
of in existancewill duty.
two <
RM3; E. E. Stewart, A03; D. H. replica-one
will be: J. I. Ripley, MM1; S. I. Taylor, AE3; R. Ternyik. AMS3: be on display in an Aerospace obligated service (EAOS) oc- leave 'your money in the fund,

Dubose, HM1; L. D. Ellis, AK1; R. G. Thatcher, ADJ3; L. A. Van- Museum in the city's Bal- curs prior to completion of a you will be entitled to a "deferred" -

C. R. Flynn, SF1; L. D. Gipson, auken, A03; V o r d e rstrasse, boa Park. normal tour of his rate/rating annuity! at age 62.
AC1; G. E. Gwartney ADR1; T. or within six months after com- A "deferred" annuity is fig-
ATN3; J. E. Wilson, YN3; D. D. The Navy and the Institute of
G. ADR1 J. C. Hill date ured as described in a previous
Harding, ; pletion, the tour completion
Willis, AMS3; and R. J. Young, Aerospace Sciences built two replicas -
ADJ1 J. C. Jones ADJ1 coincide article on retirement, and at
; ; C. W. ATN3. joint project last will be established to
as a
Lisenbee, AK1; H. S. Mattox, year to commemorate the 50th with his EAOS.If I the time you apply for the annuity -

ADJ1; G. O. Pittman, AMH1; M. anniversary of Naval Aviation. EAOS occurs MORE THAN (at age 62) you may

M. Voorhies, AK1. Guided.Missile Both were exact copies of the six months after completion ofa name. a survivor annuitant. If

Those advanced to petty officer first plane ordered by, the Navyin normal tour, but 'LESS than you die before you are 62, no

second class will be: C. E. 1911. 12 months after, the tour com- survivor annuity can be paid.
Frigate LeahyCommissioned deductions wouldbe
Barber, ADR2; C. L. Carty, AT2; One of the pair was presentedto pletion date will be moved Instead, your survivor in
R. W. Coleman YN2; P. E. Doug- the Smithsonian Institutionfor back to allow twelve months paid to your a

las, RM2; R. H. Everson, ADJ2; display in the nation's capital service at sea prior to EAOS. lump If sum.leave deductionsin

M. V. Grady, ETN2; N. J. Paire, The world's largest guided San Diego, as the "birth- If the EAOS occurs after com- the you retirement your fund when
AT2; T. D. Gwaltney, DT2; R. R. place" of Naval Aviation, now pletion of a normal tour, and
missile the service and later
frigate, Leahy, was you leave the
Hixson, AE2; R. E. Jackson, DT2; has its twin. MORE than 12 months after,
commissioned with traditional decided that want them returned -
S. T. King, AC2; P. A. Kurzaw- he; tour completion date willb you
ceremonies at the Boston Naval that can usually be ar-
ski, ETN2; H. R. Martin, PR2; Jack: "I haven't seen your !! established in accordancewith
Shipyard at Charlestown, Mass. ranged. The only limitation is
R. M. Mizell, DT2; J. W. Mims, wife for a long time. Is she as the tour length of the
The 533-foot vessel is namedin that at the time you file a
AT2; J. N. Paranell, AT2; P. F. pretty as ever?" man's particular rate/rating.
honor of Fleet ADM WilliamD. claim for refund you must notbt
H.Rising, AT2; R. R. Roberts, MA2; Leahy, one of four Navy of- Jim: "Yes, but it takes hera As clearly stated, it is to eligible for an annuity nor

C. Sauerwein, YN2; S. J. ficers to hold that rank by Act lot longer to get that way each individual's advantage to bj within 31 days of being eli-
Shafran, MU2; J. D. Slezak, AT2; EAOS date and
C. P. Szydlowski, ADR2; C. W. of Congress. ADM Leahy, an than it used to. check his ex-I gible for one.MAKING .

Turner, AC2; W. D. Willis, CS2; 1897 graduate of Annapolis, DEPOSITS FOR
A. J. Wilkes, AE2. served with distinction as Governor PREVIOUS SERVICE-If no retirement -
I of Puerto Rico, Ambassador deductions were taken
THOSE ADVANCED TO PET-
TY OFFICER THIRD CLASS I to France, Chief of Naval from your pay during certain

; Operations, war time Senior H periods of service, or if you
will be: J. L. Adams, AE3 A.
; Member of the Joint Chiefs of ., 4p > have had deductions returned,
'Antbniello, AE3 R. G. Brown
; n
4
Staff and Chief of Staff to it may be to your advantage to
AE3; R. W. Campbell MN3 L. 4b
; President Franklin D. Roose- pay the deductions into the retirement -
D. Cain, AG3; D. N. Cameron,
fund. Paying into the
ATR3; F. T. Clift, ATN3; W. A. velt.The
fund under these conditions is
7,600-ton Leahy is the
Davison, ADJ3; R. F. Decker,
first of an entirely class of an individual matter that might
new
DK3; E. R. Doke, PN3; R. E.
guided misisle frigates. The lar- well be looked into promptly
Drabeck, RM3; J. J. Drabeck,
'' because interest is charged on
gest destroyer-type vessel' in the
RM3. C. M. Dukes, AMES; D. A.
world, it differs from earlier + these undeposited sums.
Dufur, SFP3; A. G. Erbrach,
AMH3; F. M. Faircloth, AC3; D: ships of its type by having L fY,1 I FOR MORE INFORMATIONThis -

S. Folden, YN3; R. N. Gonter- greater overall length, more + s :' information has been gen-

man, ADJ3; J. W. Hall, ATN3; beam, heavier displacement and l eral in nature and will applyin

M. F. Hogan, AMS3; R, J. Hulse, greater missile launching'capa- most cases. If you need more

TM3; J. C. Hutchison, ADJ3; M. bilities. specific information, see your

E. Isbell. AE3; B. G. Jensen, The Leahy, a member of the personnel officer for assistance.

ATN3; D. A. Joiner, RM3; S. E. Atlantic Fleet, will be home- f

Kavanaugh, RM3; J. C. Keeman, ported in Boston.

YN3; D. E. Kifer, TD3; J. S. Mar- Please Give

quez, SD3; W. R. Martin, AC3; The wife was crying so the

J. H. McFadden, RM3; I. L. husband asked. "What's the
Miramonti, ADJ3; C. A. Moshjer, matter?"

YN3; C. E. Nicholson, ATN3; R. "fhe dog ate the pie I made SOMETHING DIFFERENT in the way of retirement cere- Your Share

W. Olson, MN3; P. E Pavidis, for you," she said,,dabbing .at a monies was held by the Crash Fire Division of the Security
A03; K. F. Ray, PR3; J. E. Ren- tear. Dept. (formerly of the Operations Dept.) for S. R. Thalmueller
shaw, A03; T. S. Rigney, RM3; "Don't worry," the husband BMC when he was piped over the side on Thursday Septem
CCUFI
ber 27. The crew, dressed In their protective clothing: gave the To
H. C. YN3 O. M. Sironen said "I'll
Shelly, ; soothingly. buy you an- traditional salute with fire axes. The chief completed 20 years
A03; K. R. Snead,. A03; D. J. other dog." Naval service.: He plans to go into the,insurance business.



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Thanks Donations Portable Heater Wave Achard Chosen


Must Be Handled


Delivered To SpainNavy With Great Care Supply Personality

Flames kitchen Wave Janet Achard, an aviation storekeeper airman
flashed from a
and Floridian contributions of clothing, together kerosene stove and gathering apprentice, has been selected as the NAS Supply Person

with numerous other donations representing a heartwarming tremendous heat seared throughthe ality of the Month for September.

"thanks", have been delivered to the villagers of Jeres third-floor apartment Fire- Captain John D. Sullivan, Sup
ply Officer, during his recent :
del!Marquesado_ Spain. men put out the blaze within 20 when '.
address to the department
Two and a half years ago minutes.
these its: consequences. he said of her job performance,
Spaniards, living in the ;
It was too late, though, for
heart of the Sierra Nevada SOON AFTERWARD Ray three children whose bodies (she) .. "has displayed a great z
Knight of the Jacksonville Jour- capacity for work without sacrificing
mountain range of southern
were found . .
Spain, scaled slick, wintery nal learned of the campaign and the meticulous attention to
Thus began a news report on a
ledges on the icy summit slopeo wrote it as a feature story. This fire that happened last Decem- detail which is characteristic of : : ,

9,240-foot high Picon de resulted in contributions com- her performance. she has per
ber 28 in Eastern city.
a large
Jeres, bringing aid and savingthe ing in from all over the city including formed her own duties and other
Why repeat it? Because the
uniforms from assignments during peak work
.
lives of 24 American ser- surveyed ;.
vicemen whose R5D skymasterhad the Police Academy and civilian International Association of Fire load periods in a highly efficient "
Chiefs has in mind. :7kx.
your safety bra. > >
crash-landed on the peak. clothing donated by the manner.
Because of these courageous widow of a Navy pilot killed The Fire Chiefs make these prac- The Captain went on to say b

rescuers, all 24 crewmen and on duty while based in Spainthe tical suggestions for handling that in addition, Miss Achard has

passengers were saved.A year before. portable heaters: contributed many hours of her >: fn.
Heaters should always be plac- own time after regular working
PERSONAL PROJECT of LCDR Brown hoped he could
ed level, in a spot where thereis hours in the interest of doing a
gathering donations for the vil- take the contributions to the
no danger of tripping over complete and thorough job. ><
lagers became that of Lieutenant village on the second anniver-
Commander John C. Brown, sary of the rescue but flight them. Jan, as she is known by her $' #
The Job of filling oil heaten in the receipt
7 asisstant Officer-In-Charge of cancellations did not permit fellow workers
Navy Recruiting here in Jack- this. It wasn't until this past should be done with extremecare control branch of the depart "

sonville.On September that he was able to preferably outdoors, and ment's control division, was JANET ACHARD

the staff of the Rota, reach Rota and finallyJeresdEl never while heater is hot or in born in Saginaw, Mich. She en-

Spain Naval Activities when the Marquesado. listed in the Navy in July 1960,
use.Any
spillage, on heater or and attended the Aviation Store-
accident occurred, March 8, FROM GRANADA to the Medal of Honor
1960, LCDR Brown spent a mountainside, the populationhad floor, should be wiped up im- keeper School at the Naval Air,

great deal of time in Jeres del been alerted of the returnof mediately. Technical Training Center in Society Plans MeetThe

Marquesado in the weeks that the Americans. It was after Keep all heaters a safe dis- Memphis, Tenn., prior to report- Congressional Medal of

followed, noting the villagers' dark when they arrived at the tance from bedding, clothing, ing to NAS Jacksonville in Honor Society 0 f the United

needs for food and clothing. village but an excited group furniture and other combustibles. March 1961. States will hold its biennial con-

When he returned to NAS were on hand to greet them; vention in Detroit, Mich., Octo-

Jax, he began his project j newspaper and radio' teams Buttons Shine ber 25-27.

in the NAS BOQ, leaving a from Granada were also there. Campaign The Society is defraying all

contribution box and a sign The boxes of clothing from expenses of the Medal of Honor
outside the wardroom to call holders who attend this convention -
Florida were presented to the As Election Time Nears"A
attention to the event and of including commercial air-
mayor, and speeches were ex-
changed. button has a magical character, like an Indian's line transportation within the

11 j '0' Club Events LCDR Brown and the Navy- warpaint. By wearing it a person rallies his friends and Continental limits of the U.S.

men with him had picked a frightens his foes."

good day for coming to the So says Dr. Emil A. Gutheil,
Friday October 12 to his constituents in the 4th cen-
Luncheon 1115-1345. little town. A fiesta was being editor i of THE AMERICAN tury B.C.

Happy Hour 1530-1800. celebrated in honor of thevillage's JOURNAL OF PSYCHOTHERAPY In America George Washington rtflJMovies

Dinner 18002130.19th patron saint, the Virginof and with election day comingup distributed pins with a por-
La Tizna.Speaking his observation is pertinent.
Hole-Operations Cocktail trait of himself on one side anda
buttons blossom-
Campaign are
Party & Steak Cookout 1900. mirror on the other. Ladies
ing on the lapels of voters across
Dancing in Cocktail Lounge on economic affairsat who wore them like lockets
will be shown regularly -
the nation. On November 6, and
with Ed Junright 2100-2400. a workers' meeting, a Soviet estimated 45 million Americanswill could use the mirror to tidy their at 1900 on Monday through
Saturday October 13 declared curls. Their menfolk, in turn,
Party propagandist : go to the polls to elect 473 Saturday; at 1400 and 1900 on
Luncheon 1115-1345. "We aim to catch up with and members of Congress-38 sena- sported buttons bearing Washing- Sunday, at the Mainside and
Happy Hour 1530-1800. overtake the United States." ton's initials. :
tors and 435 representatives.FOR I NATTU Theaters and at 1900
Dinner 1882130.St. One worker whispered! to a CAMPAIGN BUTTONSare AFTER 1892 WHEN CELLU- : only on Sunday at the Hospital
Johns Room-VA-44 Cock- LOID campaign buttons appeared -
colleague: "When we catch up as old as the nation itself- Theater. These times are subjectto
tail Party 1830. their low cost and mass dis- ,
with the United States
they can indeed, they date back to ancient change.
Dancing in Cocktail Lounge tribution contributed a new phaseto
let off there and
me go on times when Alexander the Great Thursday October 11
with Doe Ray Me Trio 1900-2300. without me." the American language-"but-
of Macedonia sent silver buttons
Mainside-The Miracle Work-
Sunday October 14 tonholing the voters. The 1960

Brunch 1115-1345. election saw more than 200 mil- er.NATTUnitMr.

Dinner 1800-2100. lion of them in circulation. Roberts.

Walnut & St. Johns Room-Golf .3 Inevitably the campaign but- Hospital-Two Rode Together

Association Cocktail Party 1800. ton became a favorite item for Friday October 12

Dancing in Cocktail Lounge .2 collectors who now have their Mainside-Firebrand

with Doe Ray Me Trio 1900-2300. own society, the American Poli- NATTUnit-The Miracle Worker. -

Monday October 15 },;. iv k r (::fZ tical Item Collectors Assn. Only .
Luncheon 11151345. recently the Smithsonian Institu- Hospital-Mr. Roberts

Happy Hour 1530-1800. tion received a collection of more Saturday, October 13
Dinner 1800-2100. than from member.
20,000 one Mainside-Five Weeks In A
Game Night 2030.
Aspiring candidates to public I Balloon.
Tuesday. October 16 I
Luncheon 1115-1345. office don't, of course, rely on NATTUnit-Firebrand.

w buttons alone to make their name, Hospital-The Miracle Worker
Walnut Room VP-7
Wives face and slogan familiar to the
Cocktails & Luncheon Sunday, October 14
voter. Today he is wooed by such
St. Johns Room-All Wives Mainside-Third Of A Man
campanion devices as armbands,
Bridge 1230. NATTUnit-Five Weeks In A
hatpins, neckties, socks, parasols,
Happy Hour Balloon
1530-800.; 4+' v canes, thimbles, decanters, matches -
Dinner 18002100.St. .
plates, and bumper stickers. Hospital-Firebrand

Johns Room Duplicate 4 r'r''q And the manufacture of such Monday October 15
Bridge 1900.
9M n gimicks has become a flourish- Mainside Devil At Four
Wednesday October 17
ing industry in itself O'clock
St. Johns Room-VP-30 Wives
NATTUnit-Third Of A Man
Coffee.
Hospital-Five Weeks In A
Luncheon 1115-1345.

Walnut Room-VP-5 Cocktail CC-UF Needs Balloon.
Party 1300. Tuesday, October 16

Happy Hour 1530-1800. Mainside-Ride, Vaqivero.

Dinner 1800-2100. NATTUnit Devil At Four

Thursday, October 18 Your Share; O'clock.
FOND FAREWELL-Miss Mary Dunbar is congratulated on
Luncheon 11151345. her retirement after completing 28 years of Federal service by Hospital-Third Of A Man.

Happy Hour 1530-1800. CDR A. R. Wooldrige, Assistant; O&R Officer. She also receivedan Wednesday October 17
Dinner 1800-2100. appreciation plaque. Before coming to NAS Jax Miss Give
Dunbar was employed as a Junior Clerk Stenographer at NAS Today Mainside-Secrets of Monte
Dancing in Cocktail
Lounge Banana River Fla. She came to O&R here in January of 1941 Cristo.
with Doe Ray Me Trio 19002300. where she worked in the personnel section of O&R. NATTUnit-Ride, Vaqivero.




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11 Oclobor..1962 JAX AIR ,NEWS Page 5 'I



NAS Wins- Race Tightens In I


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Fla. State 4.


Pistol MeetThe f r { I IM Gridiron PlayA


NAS Jax Varsity Pistol Jy wrap up of last week's IM Touch Football play

Team took top team honors at F finds the race for first place, both in the American and

the Florida State Fall Pistol National!. Leagues, beginning<<:. to tighten.IN .
Match held last TUESDAY'S; AMERICAN I
Saturday and EQUALLY HOSPITAL GAINED
Sunday at the Jax Police Pistol RAZZLE-DAZZLE. VA-44 slipped
their fourth win in the American i
Club in Jacksonville. past VP-5 six solo points to give
when they tallied 30
CONSISTING OF VIRGIL the Hornets their fourth straight League I
PLA.
victory. As for the National contenders points to VP-18's two. II
CID and Carl Linza of NAS andJ. Adding a win each to their I
J. Galica and 0. H. Chit- VP-7 downed VAP-62 Thursday were I I
records
League on
12 to seven to break into the
wood of VA-44 the
NAS
team American and
the
the Marines of
scoring column for the first time
scored a 1092 out of
1200 to National. MARTD
AF679th of the
take first place in the Expert TIGER DEFENSE-Dave Wetiiel of Admin find little run since Admin the season opened. bowed to their Barracks running
met NARTU the next
event of .38 caliber firing. It ning room against the strong defense of NARTU when the two mates, 6-0, while VA-176 was
also excelled in the Expert .45 American League squads met last Monday. Admin suffered its day, both aware that their un- Air Force 126.Monday's .
,
caliber event scoring a 1087 out first loss of the season as NARTU tallied a grand total of 34 scored-on National League rec- downed by
of 1200 to take first in that points, leaving Admin scoreless. As of Monday NARTU's grid ords would either be ranked witha American League
gory. cate- iron win record was unblemished. tie or a first )loss. The result? play once again saw Hospital in

NARTU's offense was quick, its the winning column over VP-5
Individual efforts found
Galica -
decision. In the other
with a 1-0
defense faster the train-
even
placing second in as
the High AC'Maintcnance scored
Master Aggregate match fir- JAX AIR ing unit gridiron men repeatedly league, VAP-62 to the
sending
12 points,
racked touchdown after touch-
up
ing a 2583 out of 2700. This was SPORTS scoreless. This win
showers
down totaling 34 points over a
followed his
by taking first
NEWSNuwer scoreless Admin squad. placed the A/C's in fifth placein
in the
place Master .38 cal. the National League running.

match and first in the .45 cal. Following are the standings of

match. SportingEvents the top five teams in each

Placid took second place in McCaffreyTie league:

the Master category of the .45 \AMERICAN LEAGUE

cal. time fire, and a third place Team Win lost

rapid fire .38 cal. Master match. Editors TooGuest Hospital 5 0

Linza placed second in the ; CalendarFOOTBALL Marines 4 4 0 0

Expert class slow fire .45 caL selector George Nuwer and Athletic Director Frank Mc- VP-30 VA-44 2 1
This was the first top match Caffrey ended up the third week of Pigskin Picks in a 12-out-of-15 VP-18 1 1
Chitwood had ever fired in. tie, leaving the Editors and Sports Writers in another tie with only Oct. 15 Team LocationN NATIONAL LEAGUE
nine correct. ( ) AF679th vs FAETU StadiumN Team Win Lost
Coming up Saturday and Sun- Joining the staff of "tea leaf readers this week is Larry Bern- ( ) Hospital vs VA-44 Parade Grds NARTU 4 0
day, October 14-15, the team ard from the Personnel Department of VAP-62. Games for this week- Oct. 16 AF679IS' 3 0
will venture to mid-Florida and end are: Baylor-Arkansas; Arizona State-West Texas State; Duke- (A) MARTD vs Supply StadiumN Admin 2 1
shoot it out in the Fifth An- California; Florida-Texas A&M; Illinois-Ohio State; Georgia Tech- ( ) VP-7 vs Admin Parade Grds FAETU 2 2
nual Winterhaven Match. Tennessee; Penn State-Army; LSU-Miami (Fla.); New MexicoUtahState Oct. 17 A/C Maint 2,3
; Oklahoma-Texas; Nebraska-N. Carolina State; Iowa State (N) VA-176 vs VAP-62 StadiumA
University Kansas; Buffalo Delaware; Minnesota -Northwestern; ( ) Marines vs Hospital Parade Grds
Washington State-Stanford. Oct. 18 oa VA-44 Set
Golf Barnard Editors Mac Deddi (A) VP-18 vs VP-30 Stadium
League Ark. Ark. Ark. Ark. I(N) NARTU vs A/C Maint Parade Grds
I W Texas St. W. Texas St. Ariz. St. Ariz St. GOLF Volleyball PaceIt
Dulo Duke Duke Duke Team Time
ResultsSix Terer A&M Texas A&M Fla Fla Oct. 15 was a two-out-of-three vic-
Ohio St. Ohio St. Ohic St Ohio St. (A) Marines vs O&R Front Nine 1430A for O&R last Monday as the
Ga.JechArmy Ga. Tech Ga. Tech Ga. TechPenn ( ) A/C Maint vc VP-5 Back Nine 1430A tory AF679th
American League IM Golf- Penn St. Penn St. St. : ) VP-30 "B" vs Hospittl Ft Nine 1530 alert team swept over
ing teams meet at the NAS Miami (Fla.) LSU lSU lSU Oct. 18 I in the opening matches of the IM
(N) VP-30 'to" vs NARTU Ft Nine 1430N at the Main-
Course last N. Mexico Utah St. N. Mexico Utah St. Volleyball season
Thursday to vie for .. Okla. Texas Texai ( ) ComFairJax vs VAP-62 Bk Nine 1430
match points toward the Iron- Nebr. NCS Nebr. Nebr. I (N) VA-176 vs Hospital "B" Ft Nine 1530 side gym.
undisputed -
The O&R men were
VOLLEYBALLTeam
man Trophy.
ISU Kans. Kant. ISU
Coming out Com- Delaware Buffalo Delaware Delaware Time in their wins, downing the
FairJax. Minn. Minn. Minn. Minn. Oct. 13 Airmen in the first match by 15
Wash. St. Wath. St. Wash. St. Waih. St. (A) FAETU vs VA-44 1100 three and again in the sec-
to ,
ComFairJax battered their (A) A/C Maint vs Dispenser1200
VA-44 contenders 6-3, while I Oct. 16 ond match, 15-9.
(A) Boat Branch vs O&R 1100A This was followed by the day'ssecond
NARTU
fell victim to the VAP62
Around ( ) AF679th vs VP-5 1200 match between VA-44
team, 7-2. Taking their sec- Puttering Oct. 17
ond consecutive win by a wide (N) Marines vs Admin 1100N and Boat Branch.
( ) VAP-62 vs VP-30 1200 The Hornets held their con-
margin, VA-176 circles
swung "The field is closed!I" says in
Oct. 18 two points
around VP-30 "A" Because of the tourney play,I tenders to only
bringing I NAS Golf Pro Joe MacDonalda (N) NARTU "B" vs NARTU "A" 1100N matches winning the con-
back the NAS Course will be closed two ,
to the clubhouse 9-0 vic-
a term he uses to tell I ( ) DVCC vs VP-7 1200
golf 15-0.
I of 15-3 and
,
tory. to open golf until 1430 each day. ---- test by scores
the Air News that the 128 open-
Following are the standingsas ings for the NAS Annual Invitation Awards presentations will be
of last Thursday: Tournament have been made Sunday evening at the '0'

AMERICAN LEAGUE Club.
filled.
e
Team W L These civilian and military

VP-30 "B" 2 0 golfers, from as far away as Tomorrow, beginnig at 1000,

Marines 1 t 2h Guantanamo, Cuba, will tee-off local professional and amateur

Hospital "A" 1 0 Saturday to begin the two day, golfers will gather at the course

A/C Maint. Vt Vi eight-flight go'round. Prizes to- for the Pro-Am tourney. Entry

O&R 0 1 tal $200 per flight. fee per team is $30.
1Th53ri.
VP-5 0 1

FAW-11 0 0 .
; v!y i
NATIONAL LEAGUE'Team SeaBees Led By LewisArt ;,L Lr.

W L

VA-176 2 0 Lewis led his SeaBee IM ..
ComFairJax 1 0 leagues:
Bowling mates to a run-away
VAP-62 1 0 four-game victory last Mondayover AMERICAN LEAGUE

VA-44 1 0 the American League lead- Team W L

VP-30 "A" 0 3 Pins and in addition, Electrons 23 9
ing Ten Dispensary 22% 9%
NARTU 0 2 took both high game and high Confidential 21 11

Hospital "B" 0 0 set honors of 217 and 529 re- Ten Pint 13 7Sube.

spectively.The .. 23 V& 12V4 : iL'F
CONTINENTAL LEAGUE
.R SeaBees tipped over 2341 Team W L ;
[Q S P 5rzlWhat pins to the Ten Pins 2034, a result Paymasters 24 8

which placed the losing team Cougars 23 9
ONI l Hoots 19 9
in the fourth place running.
17 11
Boat Branch
team in the American Other members of the "Can : Fire Balls 18% 131% _
Football League only lost one
Do" "Did Do" victors are Charles. NATIONAL )LEAGUE
game during the regular 1961 .
Ferguson, Harold Jones, Ted Team W L
season? Bandits 23 9 FIRST GAME, FIRST WIN was the result for,O&R's Volleyball
S Lindall, Harry Golden and Don- Hospital (tied) 22 10 squad last Monday as they opened the season against
ald Connell. NARTU (tied) 22 10 AF6791H, defeating the Airmen two games out of three by
euotx pen put euo jioi ''tin Following the results of VU-10 (tied) 21 11 scores of 15.3 and 159. The O&R defense (foreground) proves
II uo* uojijAja U""AV HIjo are Avions (tied) 21 11 exceptionally strong as it limits this Air Force attack. (See
sieBuqo:: o6ia a"S HI the top five teams in both Stingers (tied) 21 11 Sporting Events Calendar for coming week's schedule.)



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Greater Jax 'Gotta Bear Down'ChestUnited




Fair Opens Drive

r '' $ WI

October 24How I 4. Enters Final DaysThe


long has it been since

you have attended a real old critical stretch Is at hand for military and civilian

fashion fair? The Greater { 4 -0..- personnel of Navy activities participating in the Community -
Jacksonville Agricultural and Chest-United Fund Drive as the annual appeal for

Industrial Fair slated to open is funds to support 43 agencies nears its close.
Wednesday October 24 will
,
NO MONETARY GOAL is es-
in the drive.
be that kind of a fair. maining
tablished for the Navy, however, The annual appeal is made on
TWO FEATURES HAVE BEEN
participating units have been behalf of 43 agencies who bene-
ADDED to this year's Fair. Oneis
ai trying to equal or better lastyear's fit through the Community Chest-
the Queen Contest-designed
ob-
contribution. If this
United Fund Drive. Many of the
to please the older fair-goers. The jective is met, the drive could be agencies provide numerous ser-
other-a Noah's Ark Animal
ex-
considered
};} ':%',i 4'Ap.: plC a success. vices to many servicemen and
hibit-is designed to please the
"We've got to bear down in civilian employees throughoutthe
.
youngsters.The these last few days of the drivein year.
Queen Contest is open to order to meet last year's effort -

single girls between the ages of and we are hoping that late

16 and 23 who are sponsored by returns will push us near or over Archers Get

commercial exhibitors in the Fair. the top," a campaign spokesman
They will be judged on beauty, declared.

poise and personality. Deadlinefor Two returns this week gave Early Deer
entries is October 17.
x w rise to optimism as Patrol Squadron -
THE WINNER- WILL BE o.Ott : 5.xss't. 30 and Heavy Photographic

CROWNED as Miss Greater Squadron 62 posted record turn- Hunt ShotsFirst

Jacksonville Fair, and will reignas l .c ins. VAP-62, which did a tre-

Queen of the Fair until the :. .: :!,). 'T;. }'ysaa mendous job last year, has again ( in a Series)
festivities close November 3. : come through in great fashion, Florida's modern day "Ro
: K A }4: ::;
The Noah's Ark is consideredby pledging $2670, which represent bin Hobds" will have an op-

Greater Jacksonville Fair of- 100% of the fair share for each portunity to test their arch-

ficials as a unique way to exhibitall DEMONSTRATING PROPER METHOD of extinguishing an man in the squadron, or an average ery skill and hunting ability
types of animals and birds. electrical fire is performed by an NAS fireman to help emphasisthe of $6.93 a man. Last year during two special hunts this
The exhibit will have a 40-foot observance of Fire Prevention Week, October 714. Whenat VAP-62 donated $2650. Patrol fall, says the Florida Game
long by 12-foot high front piecein all possible, foam or a C02 extinguisher should be used on Squadron 30 likewise responded Commission.
electrical fires. Besides thoroughly smothering the fire, foam
the shape of the Biblical Ark. will not damage the intricate' parts used in electrical fixtures. warmly with a contribution to Archery hunting will be per-
It will be complete with port- Fire Prevention, Week, held during the second week in October date of $1710, exceeding last mitted on the Citrus Wildlife
holes and likeness of old Noah commemorates the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. year's effort by the squadron. Management Area, in Citrus

himself. KEYMEN AGAIN ARE being County, from October 20 through

There'll be the usual livestock Wave Class Graduates At urged to continue their personal December 2. Daily hunting will

show, midway attractions, fash- contacts with all hands to remind be allowed during the first nine

ion show, military exhibits, arts them of the short time re- days, to be followed by special

\ and crafts show, commercial exhibits NATTU's Leadership School weekend hunts on November'' ,
boat show, fireworks November 10-11, November 17-

shows and atomic energy exhibit. 18, November 22-25, and Decem-
And because the annual Fairis Twenty-two Waves will pass in review tomorrow as a ber 1-2, with that portion of the
held in the Gator BowlBaseball finale to two weeks of instruction at the Naval Air Technical area south of State Road 480

Park sports complex, there'llbe Training! Unit's _Leadership School. open weekdays after the first
free football games pitting thecounty's They will be awarded diplomas the outstanding graduate will nine days.
H. D. Allen
by Captain ,
top teams against each receive an "hororwoman" pla- THE EGLIN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT -
Unit commanding officer and r ,.
other.
? Area in Northwest
que.This
All this will be free to those class of Waves, is the Florida will open for special ar-

attending the Fair. The only only one scheduled for 1962 but rY chery hunting October 27 and
charge is to get inside the gates. NFO Plans the school has already graduated i continue with daily hunting

But children under the age of 18 three men's classes this year. through November 11.
,
will be admitted free until 1800on All school attendees study Bow-and-arrow hunters will be
AllotmentSeminar
Saturday, October 27 and leadership principles, public required to possess a special per-
Saturday, November 3. Membersof speaking, drill and command, U. mit in addition to the regular
the Armed Forces in uniform S. Government, Naval history, hunting license.
will be admitted free on Saturday citizenship and various other tis
Special Citrus permits costing
November 3. military subjects during the
SecNav Instruction 7220.42 course of instruction. $5 may be obtained from officesof
dated September 27 outlines new the County Judge in Citrus
P. W. Hetz, AECS is senior
NATTU HonormenPFC "Q 'and "D" allotment proce- instructor for the course and County. Permits will also be
dures to be effective with available at No. 2 and No. 4
G. W. Lent- AE "A" new he is asisted by C. W. Sarama,
School, 87.85.C. BAQ rates January 1963. Lieu- ENC. checking stations during the first

D. Black, AOAA, AO tenant B. A. Buscher, Officer-in- Hetz said that the public is I s '#'1 s. s nine days of the Citrus hunt.

"A" School,-84.09. Charge, Navy Finance Office, has I invited to the graduation, set rs Eglin hunting permits costing

W. J. Winters, A02, AO announced that his office will I for 1100 in Rosendahl Gym, Bldg. r"c $4, or a composite permit for
"B" School, 86.13. conduct a seminar on October 16, 513 at NAT'IU.ExNavy hunting and fishing costing $5,
0900 in Bldg. 955, to familiarize { may be obtained through the Air

personnel officers, personnelmenand Force Forestry Section at Jack-

FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION yeoman with the provisionsof Fighter son Guard Station, Niceville, or

the Instruction.In at any forestry tower on the Eg-
addition to the new ratesof Enters Ring HereA r lin Reservation.IN .

Rear Admiral Joseph M. Car- BAQ, the biggest change in ADDITION TO LEGAL
one-time Jax and ,.
Navy All A 4
son, ComFairJax /ComNabSix, procedures involve persons in pay } BUCK DEER, archers on the
Navy master of the ring has
re-
will be the guest of honor at grades E-4 (with over four years Citrus hunt will be allowed a
turned to Jacksonville
as a professional -
Branch 91's quarterly steak din- service) and above. Such persons special maximum limit of 200

ner this Saturday night, and will will no longer be required to havea Billy Martin fighter., who fought with t r\ antlerless deer during the per-

be presented with honorary mem- "Q" allotment in effect to be the Jax Navy Boxing Team from iods November 17-18, November
bership in the Fleet Reserve As- entitled to BAQ. However, the 22-25 and December 12.
1957 to 1959, will climb throughthe
SecNav Instruction '
sociation.All emphasizesthat ropes next Tuesday night at } A daily bag of one and season
such should be
members and their guestsare persons the Jacksonville Coliseum to bag of two deer will be in force
invited to the steak dinner. aware of the privilege of regis- meet contender Tim Ford. during the special hunt. Eglin

Donation for the dinner is tering a voluntary "D" allotment, The Martin-Ford bout will be archers will not be restricted to
them to continue send-
permitting
$2.25. The dinner will consist of one of three live fights begin- daily and season bag, but may
ing an allotment to their de-
charcoal broiled 16 oz. T-bone ning at 2000, followed by the harvest only buck deer with five
pendents.The
steak, baked potatoes, many ex- large-screen TV Middle Weight inch or longer antlers.

tras, and will start at 1800. Navy Finance Office will Championship Match between Archers may continue to hunton

publish information in coming issues Gene Fulmer and Dick Tiger. ENGLISH BEAUTY-Barbara the Eglin area during-the reg-

GIVE. of the Jax, Air News which NAS Special Services in Bldg. English, a former star of ular hunting season November 17

will cover the major aspects of 704 has reduced-price tickets for the TV series "77 Sunset through December 2, and De-

the new procedures and should the evening's eventringsideseats Strip shapes up as one of cember 15 through January 1 ina

The United Way answer most questions that would for $3, box seats for $2, Hollywood's m o s t talented special area that is designatedfor

arise. and general admission for $2. young actresses. archers only.
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EFFICIENT. DEPENDABLE PRODUCTIVE DESPITE HANDICAPS-The federal government' special Interest In handicapped citUens who possess skills is based
on logic rather than compassion. The government has learned that It is to Its ad vantage to hire skilled handicapped people and this is true here at NAS Jax as it

is at other installationl. The Naval Air Station has some 277 handicapped persons on its payroll, all doing"productive work. The three employees above, shown at their
daily jobs consented to be photographed to represent all the other handicapped here to bring attention to National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week. How-
ever, it is emphasized that the government's concern for the handicapped extends through the other 51 weeks of the year. Robert Stanley (left), who i. totally
deaf, is shown beginning an analysis on plating compounds in the laboratory of the Material Engineering Division at Overhaul and Repair Department where he U a
chemist. Melalsmith Maurice Samples (center) who is also deaf works on an exhaust stack support in the welding shop of the metals division at Ofc R. Charles

Bickley (right), paralyzed in both legs, grinds out a report using his comptograph. Bickley is supervisor of inventory accounting in the Comptroller Department.




Army Navy M useum Early MailingSuggested Air Station EstablishedAs


For


Fund Drive UnderwayIndependence Overseas GiftsLess WWII Training BaseLike



Hall in Philadelphia, Pa., represents the than a month remainsfor every village, township or city, NAS Jacksonvillehad

birthplace of the nation. But it also represents the birth- family friendto its beginning. Its progressive ascent in Naval Aviationto
sweetheart or
place of the U. S. Navy. mail that Christmas package what it represents today equally contains a score of

Here was enacted the legisla- seum Committee, c/o Navy Overseas if they want it to get historical events.ACTUALLY. ____ I

tion that provided for the first League of the United Stales, In- there by December 25. THE SITE oi and destroyer basin at Mayport,

warships of the Continental Navy dependence National Historical A JOINT ANNOUNCEMENTby NAS Jacksonville was walked a master jet base at NAS Cecil

It was in Ph'iladelphia that Park, Philadelphia 6, Pa. Such the Secretary of Defense and upon as early as the birth of our Field and the Industrial Center

many other key naval events of contributions, of course, may be Postmaster General emphasizedthere nation. Later it proved a strate here on the Station known as the
the American Revolution tookplacesuch gic point for revolutionary bat-
considered as charitable dona- is no guarantee that packages Overhaul and Repair Depart-
tles the War of 1812 andit
as the hoisting of tions. during ,
ment.
mailed after November 20
the American flag for the first also played a major role in
will reach their destination by Seven separate commands have
time on a Continental warshipby many Civil War conflicts.
Christmas Day. their headquarters within the
John Paul Jones in late 1775. 00-11-oursell Today, NAS Jax is the major
CommanderFleet
Also included in the announcement Station's compound:
industrial Naval air station the
on
BENJAMIN STODDERT. first were these reminders Air Jacksonville/Naval Air

Secretary of Navy after its es- Dry Cleaner Can : East Coast, spanning some 3500 Bases 6ND; Naval Air Station;

tablishment on April 30, 1798, set Packages should be tightly acres. Commander Fleet Air Wing Eleven -

up his offices in a building near packed in either double-faced ITS ORIGIN AS A NAVAL ; Naval Hospital Jacksonville;

Pemberton House, an historial Prove DangerousThe corrugated cardboard, wood, AIR STATION began in 1938 Naval Air Reserve Training Unit;

Inde- when a special group called the Technical Train-
construction neighboring and Naval Air
Navy's Medical News Let- metal, or fiberboard boxes, securely -
pendence Hall. bulletin Hepburn Board started lookingfor ing Unit. There are also numer-
ter recently published a wrapped in heavy paper
Today, the Department of the issued by the Utah State De- and tied.BOTH. a site for a southeastern nav- ous smaller) units which all have
al air base. On July 18, 1939, the played and continue to play an
Navy with the
together Navy partment of Health which advised MAILING and return
Duval County citizens passed a role in the develop
League have joined in a restora- to take certain important
the public address should be clearly and cor-
$1,100,000 bond issue to purchaseland
of NAS Jack-
tion program with the Army and when using "do ityourself" ment and progress
precautions rectly printed, and an extra set in the area known as Black
the Department of Interior (Na- cleaning machines.The sonville.
dry of addresses on a small card Point on the St. Johns River for
tional Park Service) for the re- bulletin noted that the
should be inside the '
put pack- ,
the site of the new base. : "
: "
construction of Pemberton Houseas machines were becoming increas- age. : '

the future site of an Army- ingly popular and said they were Packages addressed to an Thus, on October 15, 1940, U. S. : :Classified
its walls Naval Air Station Jacksonvillewas ,
Navy Within
;
Museum long they were ,
safe so as prop- APO1- or FPO must not weigh ,
will.be displayed the true histor- commissioned with Captain
erly used, but could be hazardous more than 50 pounds each if
ical record of America and the if operated carelessly. Charles P. Mason assigned as its FOR SALE
going to England ,or Scotland,
role which the modern-day sailor first commanding officer.
MOST MACHINES use a fluid or more than 70 pounds to Ortega Hilli-3 bdrm, 2 bath, 5 1/4%

has, inherited. called perchlorethylene which is other points.No INITIALLY. NAS was estab In service loan-low mo pays EV 4-7836.

THE ESTIMATED COST of the practically nontoxic, but is an package may be more lished as a training base. At the FOR SALE

project is $500,000. Thus far, anestheric. Inhalation of vapors than 100 inches in length and close of World War II, over 11,000 Furn apt, $50 per me; EV 9-4275.

through voluntary contributionsfrom from the machines could produce girth combined. pilots and 10,000 air crewmen Riverside-Furn 2 bdrm apt, CO

individuals in uniform and unconsciousness were trained here. During this 4-6147.
dizziness, stupor,
out the Association of the U. S. Local post offices have full Hill-3 bdrm, $75
and after prolonged expos- period, however, primary training Murray per mOl
instructions about packing, size EV 73909.
Army has raised a large portionof
death. gaveway, somewhat, to oper-
sure, even and weight as well as prohib- Small GUilt Hou e-$5S EV
per mOl
the Army's share of the cost- of this ational training with the establishment
While the possibility
ited items such as matches, 8-8752 or EV 91491.
$250,000. happening is slight, it said, the lighter fluid i or perishable of the Naval Air Oper- Post Street-Furn 3 ro. apt., $75 per

The Navy League has initiated following precautions should be ational Training Command, laterto mOl 384-5677. .
goods.
action to raise its share of the taken: be renamed Naval Air Advanced Furn 4 rm apt., $65 per mOl EV

cost-$250,000. These monies will Never overload the machine, Training Command, followedby 44328.

be used toward the developmentof Weigh clothing carefully accord- BuPers Leadership redesignation a's Naval Air

naval displays which will be Technical Training Unit.

fittingly integrated into the res- ing to directions. Overloading can Moves to Bldg. 40 Scoulers Needed
prevent cloths from drying prop At the close of the second world

toration of Independence Square. 'erly and in a damp state the The Bureau of Naval Personnel crises of the 20th Century, NAS district
The settings will be designed to The local scouting ,
help promote a better under- clothes can give off fumes.If Leadership Field Team, became the headquarters of the known as Muskogee, is in dire
Seventh Naval District in 1946.
the clothes are damp when has taken
standing of the Navy's contribu- Jacksonville, now up need of Scouters at all eche-
removed from the machine, they in Building 40, This command however was
tion in war and peace to the housekeeping lons of the District organization. -
and should be put in the open air, directly east of the Station Bank merged with the Sixth Districtin Transfers of service per-
high
ideals of our country
preferably out of doors, until and Red Cross Building. 1948 and the mission of sup-
the several
to show how the Navy has de- porting fleet aviation units be- sonnel during past
fended and preserved these Commander T. K. Doles, months has seriously weakenedthis
dry.Cloths the charge of the newly
ideals. still damp from the dry spokesman for the team, said came organization.This .
established Commander Fleet Air
Secretary of the Navy Fred cleaning fluid should not be worn. the move would better suit their Jacksonville-that same year. is an excellent opportunity -

Korth said, in a recent notice to While transporting newly needs, giving them an entire for officers and enlisted
clothing in automo- rather than the limited More over, NAS Jacksonville
all ship and station personnel, cleaned an building alike to perform a tremendous
vantila- of Room 141-A in the today is an operational, repair
adequate
that those who wish to furtherthe bile, provide spaces community service. If interested -
do tion, especially if the clothes are Administration Building. The I and supply activity and the hub
restoration project may
E. Elliott
call Ralph
Captain
so by contribution to damp or if a strong odor Is BuPers Team's new phone number of a vast Jacksonville Navy Com-
making a
the Pemberton House Naval Mu noticed. .is Extension 746. plex. This includes the carrier Jr., Ext. 206/8104.




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! Basic Body Positions In Free Fall Blue
AngelsEd
DOD Reinstates PolicyOf

Routines Used By 'Chuting Stars
( Note-This poem, which
was written by Rachel Fernan- Outs'The
A tree-fat! II the Jumper's fall before parachute actuation, or a jump Holiday'Early
in which the parachute U actuated by means other than a static line. A dez of Material Division, Overhaul -
static lint U a nylon strop, on end of which U fastened securely! to the and Repair Departmentwas
aircraft and the other end to the jumper1 Associated
rlpcord. with freefalling Defense Department; has announced a Christmas"earlyout"
it U used solely for student training. Free-fall parachuting techniques considered very appropriate -
have teen advancements in the last 10 years unparalleled by any for this week's Air News, program for thousands of eligible officers and
other period in parachuting history. In the put, the free-fall jumper enlisted men' providing International developments permit.The .
I tumbled and ipun earthwarda with little or no control over hit body. as the Blue Angels are appear-
Now having more experience he free-falls in complete control of mind
and body. The method. used for controllingthe human body in a free- ing here Sunday, October 14.) customary early-release- be granted early releases under
fall, for thousands of feet, is now comparatively simple.By for-Christmas policy was sus- the 1962 policy.
using proper body positions,a parachutist can accomplish any maneuver Flying precisely-so swift andso pended last year due to effortsat
a fighter aircraft does with the exception: of a climb. Controlled turns, high that time to increase and
forward and backward loops, and barrel-rolls are mad. by manipulation
of the arms,legs and tonG Some of the more common basic body positions Wing-tip to wing-tip dar- strengthen the Armed Forces.
I for controlled fretart described below: ingly near,
UNDER THE DEFENSE DEPARTMENT'S :
Glittering streaks against a blue NavyW.ives
sky 1962 early out .

timetable, most non-regular officers .
Perfection in teamworkmen :
without fear. and regular and nonregular Corner
enlisted personnel whose
Then lacing a smoke-ribboned .
normal expiration of obligated
trail without flaw,
service or enlistment occurs Wives' Club 86 held
Pink smoke and blue to Navy #
STAlL SPREAD, between December 15, 1962 and
its business meeting
float on the air, monthly on
I A"Spread Eagle" position; the crnu and legs For the thrilled thousands, January 3, 1963, inclusive, will October 3 at the Dewey Park
are held stiffly extended. The back is arched aa be separated beginning Decem-
( much U possible, with the head held back and humbled and awed Clubhouse Virginia Hissam read
I the toes pointed out to the rear. This is a good Gathered to marvel-rPride ber 10.Eligible. the latest letters from their
beginner position' and results In a stable face-
to-earth fall of approximately 120 m.p.h. mingled with prayer. personnel under the Greek Foster Child. She also reported -

And flying from opposite ends policy this year include those on the Christmas presents -

of the sky stationed within the continental which have been sent to
-,, ,
.
; ,,,, .: Their geometrically perfect 43 states (or in their area of Demetria.

I 0 patterns to trail residence in the states of Alaska
DEIT/U Hawaii and the Commonwealths Rita Brown was appointed as
1 By inches that seem to cross as and ), -
.. Chairman. The
Scrapbook cur-
Similar to the baste liable spread,.except that \ they fly Trusts, Dependenciesand
; the arms are drawn back dote to the bod/ This Territories. rent Scrapbook is presently one
causes the jumper to assume a head down atti Unwavering precision- of eight being j judged in the
tude and gain speed because of lesser air resist. exact without fail. THIS POLICY ALSO includes
ance to the body. Jumpers can travel up to National Convention at Seattle,
185 m.p.h.in this position. It is also useful for Democracy's symbol of power personnel returned from over-
I for National Award.
overtaking another Jumper in free-fall, because and mighti seas commands or sea duty for Washington a
horizontal distance between d
jumpers can
U gained. i Jet-powered, and swifter further transportation to their Chaplain Carol Brannan reported -

than sound is their speed, area of residence (including on the Hospital Ward Par-

Pride of the Navy, skilled with- Alaska, Hawaii and the Com- ty which is held each month.

out peer, monwealths, Trusts, Dependencies Mrs. Brannan asked for and re-

Admired and acclaimed, and Territories). ceived the use of. the clubhousefor

Blue Angels, indeed. Aliens seeking to qualify for a Phase Three Meeting of

FROG: expeditious naturalization, by the CC-UF Drive on October 10.

A relaxed version of the stable spread;the arms First Name BackThe completion of three years of
are bent 90 dgrees at the elbow,with the bands active duty military service On October llth the membersmet
i, at head level. The legs are relaxed and bent at the Clubhouse and packed
slightly at the knee. This is the most popular has been and reservists undergoing sixmonths'
original re-
name 4,000 Marcher's kits for the Mus-
position for free-fall because turns can be mad active
: easier and faster. turned to the Washington Navy duty training cular Dystrephy Association. Val
Yard. It has been known as the under the Reserve Forces Act Forrest was Chairman for the
I
of 1955 are excluded from the
\ Naval Gun Factory and Naval morning Coffee.
Weapons plant. But now it is an policy. i

annex to the expanded Naval The Defense Department said The next meeting will be 1930on

Station, Washington, which also specific individuals or categories October 17 at the Dewey Park

MAXIMUM TRACK includes the parts of the original i of personnel also may be Clubhouse. Nan Wernet and

Similar to the delta position: the body Is bentslightly Naval Station not torn down by excluded if service needs require Ruth Skapyak will give a sum-
\ forward,instead of being arched, with the contruction of the new free- their retention.It mary of their trip to the National
arms drawn in to the sides. The Jumper can
gain horizontal distance during the descent, way and the former Anacostia was estimated that some Convention, and the World's Fairin
without losing altitude as rapidly M be would Nnval Air Station. 10,555 military personnel will Seattle.
in the delta position. Properly executed, under
ideal conditions, a jumper fan move nearly one :Sik.9 ,
foot horizontally for each one foot of descent or

"DOWN DOWN DOWN"-By using proper body positions, I You'll See This Crazy Maneuver By Blue Angels Sunday

a parachutist can accomplish any maneuver a fighter aircraft
does with the exception of a climb. The Navy's 'Chuting Stars
parachutist exhibition team, will be performing such free-fall
routines this coming Sunday afternoon October 14 at NAS Jax,
as part of the 22nd Anniversary Open House celebration. The
Stars bail out at 12.500 feet, then free fall two miles through
I space. They begin their performance at 1415.
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feet from their blue and gold R4D-8 Skytrain transport.The .

Jumpers then free-fall for two miles through space

trailing red, white, blue and gold smoke. During this 60-

second plunge, the 'Chuting Stars attain speeds of two -

miles a minute while performing acrobatics, crisscrossingand

passing batons in mid-air. In the two seconds it takes

the parachutes tq open, the jumpers slow their rate of I I

descent from 120 miles an hour, to less than 15 miles an !

hour. The jumpers then steer their chutes as to land in a I

target area in front of the spectators.The .

team, numbering some 20 men, is composed of
volunteer naval parachutists. The team is led by Lieutenant

Commander Bruce Cobb. .

The Blue Angels, who put out a little extra whenever

they come to Jax, will execute some of the most daring

maneuvers to be seen anywhere. Flying the Grumann F11F

Tiger jet, the Angels fly in tight formation at high speeds -

in a flawless demonstration of precision flying. Althoughthe

individual maneuvers performed by the Team are

those taught to every prospective naval aviator, the entire

show, as it is seen today, has evolved through the years

since the first team was organized here in June 1946. The
famous "Diamond" formation is their trademark.

Flight leader for the Angels is LCDR Ken Wallace,
who served with VA-44 here at NAS in 1959 The other

members include LT George Neale, left wing man; LT

Dan MacIntyre, right wing man; Marine Captain Doug

.McCaughey, slot man; and LT Dick Langford and LT Lew THREE.IN.ONE-This is one of several fantastic manuevers the Blue Angels will perform
Chatham, solo pilots. this coming Sunday, October 14. here at NAS Jax at 1530. In this one while approaching the
LT Langford, LT Neale, and LT Hank Giedzkinski, the grandstand from across the field in trail position, the Angels pull up and slip into a diamond for
public information officer for the Angels have also served mation as they climb. While rerlicle, they roll 90 degrees and complete the loop passing in frontof
,
with Jacksonville the grandstand as they come out of it. They loop again half roll out on top dire away. from
squadrons. the grandstand and pull a tight 360. degree turn. '


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