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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 29, 1962
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Once A Seaman of FLA. HISTORY


New NAS Cdr. Proves


Value Of Initiative

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Take a seaman, an ounce of initiative add a few ;,

- and before you know it you'll have scrambled eggs ; !'
a hat!
THE VALUE OF THIS FOR- Flight Training at
MULA was realized last wed- where he received his Wings '

nesday, November 21, when KentJ. 1951. j'

Weber of St. Louis, Mo., received Cdr. Weber's first air
his "scrambled egg" hat ment was with VP-50 at ,
and appointment to commanderfrom meda, Calif., where he stayed
Captain James R. Comp- til 1954 at which time he I f

ton, NAS Commanding! Officer. turned to Annapolis as an "I.
Presently holding the positionas structor in the Department
the station Plans Officer and Aviation through 1957.

Management Assistant. Cdr. We- After a two year-tour at I
ber's Navy career' began while ley Pt., Philippines, the
still a student in high school as mander attended the
a member of the Naval Reserve.He Postgraduate School in
came on active duty in' April Calif.; then returned to the
1941, spending 18 months aboarda as Administrative Officer
submarine tender. It was after'' VP-21 based at NAS
this as a Coxswain (equivalent Maine. It was from this
to today's Boatswain), that he squadron that he received (
put forth the required ounce of assignment to Jacksonville.Cdr. .
initiative and entered the Naval
Academy Prep School in the Fall Weber, his wife, the
of 1942. Miss Mary Marshall of

FOLLOWING HIS GRADUA- Tex., and eight-year old
TION from Annapolis in 1946, Gregg live at 7410 Ortega
Ensign Weber was a gunnery of- Drive. 1).s
ficer aboard a destroyer and later -
the executive officer on a
Names
Captain
minesweeper. His next achieve-
ment was completion of Aviation
PO ClubAdvisory : ;


NAS Relaxes Group I


Entry RegsMindful An Advisory Group to
sist in the administration
of the physical traffic the First and Second

tieup probabilities on Roosevelt Petty Officers' Mess ( ) "
Boulevard (Route 17), security here at NAS Jacksonville
regulations for entry to and departure been named by the
from the Naval Air Sta- Commanding Officer,

tion laxed.It .have been reasonably re- James R. Compton.They ( )

is are: SSgt. Tommy
being brought to the attention -
of all persons passing Tompkins of the Marine
through the main gate of the Sta- racks; J. F. Galloway, AOl
tion that whenever the military NATTU; Charles E.
ADJ1 of NARTU; SSgt.
complexion changes, as in the
E. Cowen of NARTD; R.
case of the Cuban crisis, new
measures must be instituted in TD1 of FAETU; R. L. Evans,
order to provide adequate secur- of VA-44; Joseph A.
ity to meet the new situation. At Jr., AT2 of VP-7; Reginald

such times, it is pointed out, this Lisenby, YN2 of ;
requires the cooperation on the Raymond Petit, HM1 of
part of both the personnel pass- Medical Department; and
Tucker ADR2 of NAS
the ,
ing through gates and the
men of the Security Departmentin Maintenance Department.

order to avoid, delays and em- THE GROUP WILL
harassment while still trying to the over-all operation of ;
keep traffic moving at a steady Mess, make recommendations
and regulated pace. improvements and give ;
Up until a month ago, the driver -
(Continued on Page 3, CoL ) i
of a vehicle entering or leav- ing H2009. Deadline date for MITTEE is composed of Jack
ing the Station was presumablyheld placing flower Christmas ordersis Bedenbaug, Supt. Power Plant

responsible for other occupants ?'.;' r/.rr'7v.. ., ::.,,. /y/. ,i;/f,4/ //. 1' l December 22. Div.; O&R Dept., Chairman;
of his vehicle provided it :!rij/: rf. / ,
Maint.
Dir.
,lfi r f rJ',i////74////l ji fjij:r S //4tf.ff The Navy Exchange is extend- Frank McKinley,
properly displayed a valid Sta- ing it's hours to offer night-time Control Div., Public Works Dept.
tion decal. At present, spot inspections Ad-
Christmas shopping for its authorized and Sam Hendricks, Super.
are conducted and driv- customers, it was an- ministrative Service Div., Supply
ers of vehicles and/or their pass- nounced by the Navy Exchangeto Dept., NAS Cecil Field.
engers may be called upon at begin on December 4. The Chairman Bedenbaugh has requested -
times to produce individual Hospital Retail Store will begin that interested members,
identification. It will be
helpful,
and civilian, submit applications
the extended hours period by remaining military
authorities say, for persons using for nominations in
until 2000 Tues-
the main gate to have their open
day, December 4 and each Tues writing to any member of the
individual identifications
ready day thereafter until Christmas.The committee. All nominations received
and handy for inspection, whether prior to December 19, will
asked for them or not. Mainside and Toyland will be given full consideration by
All children of persons asso- also begin extended hours on the committee. This is your op-
ciated with Jacksonville, regardless Thursday, December 6, and remain portunity to show your interestin
of status, including retirees :q open until 2000 each Thurs- the Jax Navy Federal Credit
and others, 10 years of age day thereafter until Christmas. Union, he said.
or over, are required to have
More shopping hours will also The Credit Union holds assets
dependent identification in cards. Et1-: be provided for Christmas shoppers approaching $4.5 million and its
Cooperation effecting more
''''' at the Mainside store and necessary that well qualified
convenient and efficient flow of
traffic onto and off( the Stationis GETTING THE AX next Saturday, December I, will be Toyland on Saturday,December 8, persons who are able and willingto
Alris R. Prindle when his rating changes from AT2 to AX2. assume the responsibility as
a reciprocal thing, on the part He is the only individual selected from NAS Jax to convertto and 22, open until 1300. Satur- officials be nominated .
of the guard at the gate and the the newly established Aviation Anti-Submarine Warfare day, December 15, Mainside and
individual as well, it is empha- Technician (AX) rating. Prindle has been assigned to the Air- The vacancies will be filled at
sized. Such cooperation if craft Maintenance Department's Magnetic Airborne Detection I Toyland will be open until 1500 the; Annual Meeting of the Credit
prac- Shop for the past two years. His interest in switching to the I also they will be open until 2000 Union, to be held on January 18,
ticed fully can be of general ben- AX rating was largely contributed to his working with ASW I
22. 1963 at King Hall.
December
Monday,
efit to all. gear since entering the Navy.




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1ft ..". ..I Station Traffic I Please Don't l

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//Uia. Violation RecordThe My Little

NAS, Jacksonville following is a report of

CAPT J. R. Compton ............................................................ Commanding Officer traffic violations for the per- -
COR Walt.r J. Schob ................................................................ Executive Officer iod November 17 through No- Dear Driver: carefully. Please drive slowly
Flttt Air Jtckionvlllt NAB 6ND past schools and at intersections.

RADM Joseph M. Carson ................................................................ CommanderCAPT vember 23.NUMBER. A few weeks ago, I saw a little And please remember that
Vincent Casey ................................................................-_ Chief of Staff OF ACCIDENTSThis girl struck by a car as she triedto some.
children
times from
Fleet Air Wing Eleven cross the street. I saw a fa- run behind

CAPT Gilbert J. Frtuenhtlm ............................................................ CommanderCAPT week (period November toward her and hold parked cars.
Andrew H. Cower ..............,..................................... Chief Staff Officer 17-26 6. ther race in Please don't run over my little
Naval Air Technical Training Unit her to him as she struggled

CAPT Harttel) D. Allen ........................................................ Commanding Officer Total accidents this year the agony of death. I saw all the girl.With
CDR Eugene F. Verdery ............................................................ Executive Officer through Nov 23 242. plans that had been made for deepest thanks for what.
Naval Hospital Number accidents through the look ever you can do for her, I
CAPT J. M. Hanner ................................................................ Commanding Officer her dashed and I saw am,
CAPT Stephen H. Tollni ............................................................ Executive Officer November 1961 233. of despair that came over his Very sincerely yours,
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit NUMBER OF DAYS SIN. face. I could only offer a prayer (Signed), FATHER

CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr .................................................... Commanding Officer CE LAST INJURY IN MO. might never
CDR William M. Miller .. ........................................................ Executive Officer that such a thing
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at no TOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS16. happen again. BluejacketsInn
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958. TODAY, MY DAUGHTER
Distributed weekly free of charge to mHitary and civilian personnel of Fleet Air NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis
old started off
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing who is six years ,
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U. S. Naval Hospital. week (Nov. 17-23)-35.) to school. Her cocker spaniel, Doin'sThursday

LCDR Ralph D. McClure ........................ ... Service Information Officer Speeding-9. whose name is Scoot, watched her
Andrew H. Planey ........................ Assistant Service Information Officer leave and whined his belief in November 29
Editor-Mae Spencer, J01; Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone, JO1; Staff- Reckless driving-1.
Robert Dodder SA; Ruth Anne Roberts, SA. Going through stop sign-0. the folly of education. Dance featuring Carl Boyd and
Members of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and In- Tonight we talked about school. the Rhythm Kings 2000-2400.
ternational Councils of Industrial' Editor Other violations-25.
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material Forty four drivers appeared She told me about the girl who Friday, November 30
appearing\ In this publication can be reprinted providing cerdit Is given. Photographs before the Traffic Hearing sits in front of her, a girl with Dining and Dancing.
unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photograph yellow curls, and about the boy
Editorial office located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone Board at the meeting held on across the aisle who makes faces; Saturday, December 1
extensions 8164,'656, 272, or 8161. November 26.. Disposition of
about the teacher who has eyes Dance featuring March Wilson
the included the follow-
cases in the back of her head; about and the Red Coats 2100-0100.
ing: 15 lost driving and park-
.A Careless Balance the trees in the school yard and
ing privileges aboard the sta- Sunday, December 2
the big girl who does not believein
tion, 20 were assigned to a Dance featuring.Carl Boyd and

Can Cause BounceBy course in remedial driving in- Santa Claus. the Rhythm Kings 2000-2400.
structions, 21 received sus- We talked about a lot of things

three received -tremendously vital and unim- Monday, December 3
MARC WHETSTONE, JO1 pended penalties, -
There once was a man named I, He reiterated what' has been I warnings, ,three were dis- portant things. Dining and Dancing.

Careless i reported here that the misuse of missed and eight were referredto Now, as this is written, she is Tuesday, December 4

Who went recklesslie through his money checking accounts when dealing commanding officers for sound asleep with her doll "Pad- Happy Hour 1700-1800.
quite
wrote a bad 'check, said he, with the local merchants is a possible disciplinary action. dy" in her arms.
"What the heck- definite contribution toward the SAFE SPEED Wednesday, December 5
When her doll broken
"Monday's deposit will cover the breakdown of community rela- fast gets or Game Night 2000.
How fast is too ? Gen-
less" her finger gets cut or her head
But as it were, Careless lived tions.If erally speaking, you're drivingtoo gets bumped, I can fix them. But -

up to his name and forgot to you are one of the two per fast if you lack control in when she starts across the. street Notice To WivesAll

make that Monday deposit to cent careless account holders and case' of emergency. -then, Mr. Driver, she is in your

cover the Saturday night check.It uncertain of your bank balance, Slow down before you get hands. Marine Wives are invited -'

was only a couple of days later before you write that next check to curves and intersections.At to attend meeting of
Much as I wish I could it's not a
double check-do have ,
that his bank reminded him of you night drive at the speed the Marine Wives Club on
possible for me to be with her
sufficient funds in
account?
his error, but worst of all, when your which will let you stop in all the time. I have to work to Saturday, December 3 at 2000.
Careless went back to cash his headlight range. The be held at
your Meeting will
pay for her home, her cloths, her
next Saturday night check at Blood DonorsThirty On sand, gravel, or wet roads, education.So Building 572. .
the market, he was turned down.
drive so there is no sway, no Plans for Christmas "GoodWill"
THIS OF COURSE IS A FICTIONAL Mr. Driver, please help me
sudden braking. will be discussed.
case but one which is three NAS personnelgave to look out for her. Please drive ,
blood recently to Hospital Drive at the speed of the
the image of a good many'up-
vehicle ahead (and well
stay
Blood Donor Center.
standing citizens who have a '
tendency to be "careless" in the Those who donated from Air behind) until you can pass. /

handling of their financial mat- craft Maintenance Departmentwere Where children are playing,

: Roger C. Austin, AK3; be able to stop in a car lengthor o llh1
ters.We
in' the Navy are probably Ralph E. Clayton Jr., AK2; Paul less.

faced with the problem even M. Doyle, AMJ3; Orville L. When you're tired or inat-

more directly. If one of us is too Moore, AMS2; Calvin R. Reeder, tentive, stop.

"careless," it reflects on the other AE 1. At 30mph a car will travel

99.99 per cent. That .01 per centis Donating from Administration 33 feet before you can even

enough to start a decay and Department were: Michael H. apply the brakes, 80 feet be-

downfall of community relationsto Barribeau, AA; Mack C. Beason, fore you can stop.

the point where finding place AA; Charles O. Dedenbach, AA;

to cash a check is near to im- LCDR. George S. Holton; RobertJ. 0 OO

possible.The Lange, PN2; Edwin J. Lowery, 'J .

unwarranted writing of SA; Carle A. Northam, YNSN; \

insufficient-fund checks has increased C. W.'Tyler, FA; Carey Wilkerson < I

even here on the Station. AA; James G. Wilson, AA. .

The Commissary is faced with Those whb donated blood from
receiving these checks-and it
Operations Department were: PROTESTANT0830Holy
has. Equally, the Exchanges have Ronald C. Abner, BMSN; Ste-

fallen prey to the bad check phen E. Austin, FA; Rudolph Communion, All

writer as has the Commissioned Barnes, AA; Frank W. Hager, Saints' Chapel0930Naval

Officers' Mess as well as the en- AA; Gerald J. O'Mara, AN; Dav- Hospital Chapel

listed messes. id A. Messer, AA; Anthony Scelta 0930-Service of Divine Wor-

INSTANCES OF WHERE AND AA. ship, All Saints' Chapel

WHEN these excessive misde- Overhaul and Repair Depart- 1100-Service of Divine Wor-

meanors have been taking place ment donors were: T. G. Tyrer, ship, All Saints' Chapel

were revealed to the Air News AMH3; F. O. Wilson, AA; and CATHOLICSunday ONE

by the NAS Barnett Bank Man- Gerry W: Young, AA.

ager, E. O. Clements. 0 o pO
Those
donating from Supply 1NAo
'The number of insufficientfund 0630-Naval Hospital Chapel
Department were: Harold D. c
checks that have been re- 0900 & 1200-St. Edwards
Carey, AA; Daniel S. Davis, SA; ENTER
_
ceived by this bank has more Chapel.
Thomas J. Predmore, AKAN;
than doubled in the past two
Dale A. Venter, AKAN; and Weekdays
months," Clements. "We
.. says Donnie E. Willis, AKAN. Monday Through Friday
in the .
have, past, averaged
George M. Johnson, MU2 from 0630-St. Edwards Chapel
around 25 oversights on the part
the NAS Band also donated. 1615-King Hall.
of our account holders every

month, but it seems a number of Peter J. Caldarera, HN and Saturday0900King .

persons have become cronic and Royden A. Pearson, HM1 from Hall .

that figure is rapidly reaching the i the NAS Dispensary donated Confessions are heard from l
100 mark." I blood. 1900-2000 and before Masses. "You notice' how they always talk about women drivers
but It the men who have all the accidents."



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29 November 1962 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3 ,

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USO Pal Day Second Navy Officer Here '



Set At St.Augustine. Receives AF CommendationA


Navy pilot has received the Air Force CommendationMedal

.second. such award presented here at NAS Jax in
The annual USO Pal Day will the past month. I

be held at St. Augustine on Saturday Commander Robert P McKen- '

December 8. zie undergoing A4D deplacementpilot Hobby Shop

ALL SERVICE PERSONNELin training with VA-44, was I

uniform their wives and fam- presented his citation November' Adds Hours,

ilies and girl friends will be 21 by the squadron's commanding -

treated to a day "on the house"as r l' officer Commander Mitchell FacilitiesThe

many of the attractions will C. Griffin. ....

open their doors free of charge. NAS Hobby Shop Bldg.
Earlier this month Lieutenant
Some of these attractions are: 891 has expanded its facilities
Commander Stuart Strauss, assigned -
Potter's Wax Museum Ripley and hours of operation it was
to the Aircraft Maintenance
Museum Lightner Museum of announced this week. The Shop

Hobbies, Old Jail, St. Augustine Department, received the will now be open seven days a
award for outstanding performance -
week.
Alligator Farm, Old Spanish Fort
Oldest House La Leche Shrine, of duty while working with The new hours are Monday-

Old Sugar Mill, and the Fountainof the Air Force. Friday 1500 to 2200; Saturday

Youth. Cdr. McKenzie's recognition was 0900 to 2100 and Sundays, Holidays -
COMMENDATION-Cdr. Robert P. McKenzie receives Air
Also available for the service- based on his performance as the 1400 to 2100.
Force Commendation medal from Cdr. Mitchell C. Griffin, VA-44
men will be free transportationaboard Commanding Officer. intelligence Staff Officer while In addition to the many Shcpj

the city buses and Trailor assigned to the Joint Strategic now in operation, the Jax Navy

Trains. Horse drawn carriageswill I Target Planning Staff at Offutt Camera Club has renovated the

feature special prices. Story of The USS Enterprise Air Force Base, Omaha, Nebr. Camera section and is now receiving -

FREE FOOD WILL BE served I He was cited for his. "ex- applications for members.

by the USO at the Elk's Club, 20 emplary ability, diligence' and Another new activity is the

Bay Street between 'the hoursof devotion to duty which aided Im- establishment of the Radio and

1200 and 1400, and again from Told In Book "The Big E"The measurably in solving many stra- TV repair shop.

1800 to 2200 at the USO, 63 St. tegic targeting problems of major Other shops now in operationare

George Street. story of the USS Enterprise, one of the greatestand importance to the nation," the the Auto Shop, Carpenter

Family groups may enjoy the best-loved fighting ship in our history, is told by Com- citation read.FLEET Shop, Hobby Crafts, Ceramic
picnic areas at Wayside Park, Shop which has over 600 molds,
mander Edward P. Stafford in his novel "The Big E". Knownin
across Lion's Bridge; LighthousePark Metal Shop, Welding Shop and
the fleet as the "Galloping Ghost" because she escaped RESERVEASSOCIATION
Anastasia State Park or the Paint
; destruction so often and so narrowly: the Big E took part in I Shop.
Run Well
on Route qualified instructors
Davenport-Salt
are
almost every major Pacific battle from Pearl Harbor to
A1A. Okinawa.CDR. on hand every day to help the
Free telephone calls can be The Fleet Reserve Association novice hobbist with his hobby.

made at the USO Club 63 St. STAFFORD, A GRANDSON ies and questionaires, as well as on' Guam has appealed to Jack- Further information on the

George Street. of Rear Admiral Robert E. official records and action reportsthe sonville Unit 91 FRA, to gather Hobby Shop activities may be

Peary, participated in many of Big E tells not only of the clothing for use by the destitute obtained from Clifford Osborn at '
actions described in his book.
the carrier's matchless record, but of people of that devastated island. ext. 3378.Local.
World War II he servedas
During the personal exploits of the officers
Classified commanding officer of a sub- GUAM WAS RECENTLY hit
airmen and crew who were Cmdrs.
.. i-": marine chaser in the Atlantic and I by the most severe typhoon in
the source of her unique spirit.
the island's and of
Mediterannean, then as damage history most
FOR RENT (Continued from
control officer and executive of- Cdr. Stafford's 499-page book the population was left homeless. Page 1))
Furn. apt., 2 bdrm Duplex, near NAS, day December 20
($7.95)) is illustrated with over 30 through 1800,
ficer of escort in the I
a destroyer
$100 per mo.; EV 4-3112 or EV 71422. What the islanders need most
Cedar Hilli-4 bdrm, 2 bath house, car Pacific. Now a regular officer official photographs, selected of all right now the Guam FRA Thursday, December 27. The sec-
$110 FL 9-6875. track charts and battle ond leave period will be from
port per mo.; and a naval aviator Commander a map. said, is usable clothes since
Mobile Home-$60; SP Ml21. 0600, Friday December
The book includes an index and 28 to I
Stafford holds in literature
Furn. apti 3 room, $75 per mo.; degrees almost all of their personal pos- 1800, Friday
January 4 1963.
bibliographical notes well ,
as as
7249306. from Dartmouth College and sessions were also lost in the ty-
Middleburg-3 bdrm house, furn.; BU- George Washington University.His a Chronological Order of Events, phoon. LEAVE REQUESTS FOR NAS

25295.Lakeihore. heroic saga of the Enter- a list of Commanding Officers military personnel must be sub-
Unfurn 2 bdrm house, $60 The needed clothing for
are
Battle Stars Awarded the E mitted to the
Big Military Personnel
prise was published by Random
EV 9.8357.Lakeshoreturn
mo; and children and
men, women -
apt, $50 per mo; EV- House this month.In and Air Groups and their Com- should be in condition Office for the first period not
94275. manders embarked in the Enter- good so later than December 10 and for
Post St.-.pt 3 rooms; RA 4-8544. his acknowledgements, Cdr. prise during World War II. that they are immediately wear- the second period not later than
Unfurn 2 bdrm' house, $85 per mo; Stafford writes: "I owe to Ernest able. December 17.

7710739. Hemingway, who saw the first
Unfurn house-$50 per mo; $45 with few chapters, his example and CONTRIBUTORS MAY LEAVE Those persons on leave desiringto
yard work; SP 11142. MDBS Notice clothing at the NAS Band Room, have their pay checks mailedto
Orange Park-furn 4 room house; Co. intial encouragement which kept
Bldg. 19, across from the Career them should
provide their Division
4-9220 or CO 46514. + this book as true as I could writeit. Employees Mutual Death -
Atlantic Beach-fum 3 bdrm, 2 bathhouse ." Information Center, or may drop Officer with a self-ad
; EV 9-4594. Benefit Society Notice 198 and items off at the Branch 91 club- dressed stamped envelope*.

Orange Park-furn 1 bdrm apt., $50 Seven times the Japanese 199 is issued to advise mem- house, 8554 Roosevelt Blvd., near Persons
per mo; EV 94973. claimed to have sent the Enter- bers of the death of two of Orange Park. are reminded that in
Diverside-fur 3 room apt, writ Mr. prise to the bottom; each time its members.As' order to take advantage of the
Smith, 749 King St. 'The cut-off date for contribu- reduced furlough fares on railroads -
they were wrong. She helped to a result of payments by '
FOR SALE tions is December 6. At this time they must travel In uniform
AAeadowbrook-3 bdrm house $250 turn the tide' at Midway, pro- th Society, members will now -
down, $55 per mo; 355 Woodside, D. tected the Marines on Guadal- be assessed $2.20 which is now all clothing will be sent immedi- purchase round trip tick-

E. Mark. canal, participated in the first due and payable. The ten day ately to Guam.It ets and have leave papers in
'N' THAT their
THIS
attacks on the mighty Japanese notice of assessment began on possession.
Swap wanted with YN2, at Pensacolato I is beyond our understandingwhy Travel
Fortress of Truk, did than November 19. arrangement assistancemay
more
111 !
110
here in lax; info. ext. or
Cecil Field, Moody, YN2 I her share at the "Turkey Shoot"off Members are reminded that we continue to I import be obtained by calling the

Saipan. At the beginning of cash payments will not be noodles from abroad when we Area Passenger Transportation

Liberace Tickets hostilities she was "Bull" Halsey's accepted. make so little use of the ones we Office, Extensions 8375, 8376, and
I I have here. 8377.
flagship when kamikaze
Now On Sale ;. pilot
lonu Gal Knocked her out of the
,. .
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' r. ff. ; ..
tickets in !yir !4f' 1.f5.,. f% j;.:
.Reduced price are now war May 1945, she had been .1 y} a r .ff;; r .1 ,
1. I ef 4+:? .4i.f.,.,
1 1 riJ', 3r.cJ.f
on sale at Special Services Bldg. officially credited with downing Yi!(ii/f: f, r.!f:Jr4r./: ,:,. .r.>! ::9i ..,r ylr: ;;i:,! '1'rl '..:r:..
704 for the Liberace Show Saturday 911 enemy planes, sinking 71 'YK%% : C..:,'Y ;

December 8 at the Civic ships and damaging almost 200 Cr

Auditorium. others. ];1..firJ;::

Tickets are $2.50, $3.50 and ..;X;4:.
ADMIRAL
ARTHUR W. HAD- .
$4.50. FORD, USN (RET) writes in his

foreword: "Life on an aircraft

Captain Names carrier in wartime is like no other

(Continued from Page 1)) kind of life, and this story of the 4n JL

concerning extraordinary ex- Big E and her men is a complete

penditures.All and dramatic picture of that life

advisory members will I at its apogee." An 827 foot long ___ _

serve the group for about 12 floating fortress-city that was SUPERIOR ACCOMPLISHMENT AWARD3-Capl. Robert H. Fagin, NAS Overhaul and
months and will attend meetingson both a warship and an airfield, Repair Officer (center) recently presented Superior Accomplishment Awards to nine O&R em
the second Thursday of each the Enterprise possessed a po- ployees. The awards are given in recognition of the consistently superior performance which the
werful personality. Based employees hare shown in their Job assignments. (L. to R.) Jack H. Plew, William C. Snead, Capt.
month in the new club's building, on nu- Fagan, Rose W. NeaL Albert White, and Elmer J. Raisch. Receiving awards but not present for the
601. merous interviews, letters, diar- photograph were: Edward Douglas, Martin V. Magree, Raymond L. Morkin and S. K. Sanders.


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lAX AIR SPORTS NATTU Marines Station



NEWSAmerican Champions ; Down AF679th



Title as,NAS Jax Football Champions went to the Leathernecks of Marine Air Detach-
NATTU last November 23 as they downed the NAS IM Champions -
Hard Court ment No. One ( ) Friday, ,

AF679th, 7-6 in a sudden-death playoff

SeasonThe THE overtime WINNING touchdown POINT when came in the end zone. It was the last I .Air Force's drive to tie the
on an
Hoopsters Open overtime looked promisingwhen
score
Marine quarterback Gerald Phil- maneuver of the NATTU Cham-

1962 hard court season got underway last Mondayas pot sailed a 15-yard pass to his pions in their fourth play at- I. MAD the was first penalized play which 30
on
yards
six American League teams played in the first night of left end Thomas Kidney who wasMARINE tempt.
.. Airmen to within 10
basketball at the mainside gym. The winners of the con- __ t':'_ ...._ .. ."l ...l,... .,..,. ., moved the
yards of pay dirt. This was fol-
tests were AF679th VP-7 and VAP62.The .
lowed by an incompleted pass

Force battling first game it out saw with the Air the squad in the night cap by the ) !j/ ;::i :_ over center. Then, in another at-

score of 58 to 18. High man for tempt in the air, AF679th's
Marines in a close first half which ..
the photo squadron was Daniel i it chance of reaching the goal line
ended with the Airmen out in
Schneider with 15 points. was crushed as Leatherneck Kid-
front by a slim margin of 13-9. o-
intercepted the to gain
Opening the second half, Robert O.f ney pass
possession of the ball and victoryfor
Melvin led his Air Force team
BowlingLeague the Marines.
mates to a speedy 13, point advantage -
with a total of four field The action which led to the

. goals and five free-throws, ending sudden-death playoff found both

1 the game with AF679th in 14 :. squads tough on offense as wellas

front 26 to 13. ResultsIn defense.
$a ; 5 :
Coming from behind, VP-7 defeated FIRST SCORE IN THE CON
Admin in the closest gameof the three leagues of IM >r. TEST came in the first half when

the evening, 46 to 43. Admin Bowling, the Electrons of Opera- the IM National League winning

led at halftime 20-18. However, tions lead the American with 32 combination of Jim Ring and Lee

behind Joe Thomas of VP-7 who wins against 16 losses, while Worley placed the Airmen in the

swished in 28 points, the squadron NARTU leads the National with scoring column on a 25yard'pass
combined their de- play.It.
hoopsters 33 wins and 11 losses. The Continental MIGHT-Ending their season of NATTU IM Foot
fensive efforts in the remaining ball with a 9-0 record, these Marine Air Detachment No. One wasn't until in the second
seconds of play and held the Ad- i is being headed by the players added a final victory to their list last Friday by downing half that MAD made its first TD

miners at bay. I Hornets of VA-44 with a recordVAP62 the NAS IM Champs, AF679th, 7.6, to claim title as NAS on a pass play from Philpot to
.. Jax overall champions. They are (L to R) First row-Gerald
overpowered vu-ius oi 38-18./ / left end John Norris.
Philpot Thomas Kidney, Larry King Second row-Donald
Swartz, Ronnie Brock. John Norris; Third row-James Askey, Near the closing minutes of
Sam Colly, Dallas Earnest Fourth row-Thomas Sullivan, Lyle play, AF679th had a 60-yard
Cuningham and Robert Osborne. Philpot and King were co-
captains. touchdown play called back ona

costly penalty just before game

Miller Fiala EnteredOn time ran out.Pistol. Ili


} VY 1 AAU Boxing CardsTwo Team


} } .z Jax Navy boxers will en- A native of Farmington, N Host But

*A ; ;** ter the ring at the Jacksonville Mexico, 23-year-old Miller will
Y rz, .... .... .. ..
5 5 rV CP Coliseum next week,December 3- rt.: ;... ..,..,.:" :meet his oppon- Win MostJax

5, vieing for honors in the Florida .>. !ent with these
"'s State AAU ,:: Navy's pistol team hosted
:r titles to his
t. .",.
: r Boxing Tourna- ;" several shooters from Florida and
1 1. :r ,ere d't-eF 1956
:
: $. : : 1 ment. The tourf..t1t. .,: < ,and 1961 New I Georgia last Sunday with the
: .
r'S ..:.: ney is beingsponsored fi *Mex. State Golden majority of first place trophies
x tr '.. by the being won by Jax men.
:. ijj ,. Gloves and
J Jacksonville Recreation i:<: :x: .1E:[: ]AAU Champion, VERGIL PLACIDI WON first

..;Mi; Depart- 18ND and South- places in the Master Class 22 and
I
:r' 'Th:} ment. Fiala eastern Regional 45 caliber matches and second in

{ Miller Champion of 1962. He has won the 38 caliber. He also took the
v
Jim Miller of NATTU will be 43 of his 50 fights. aggregate honors in that'class.

NAS JAX IM< CHAMPIONS-These are the members of Jax Navy's entry in the 156 Fiala, 20 years old from Allen- Winning first in the 45 caliber

the Air Force grid team which won the 1962 IM Ironman Foot- pound Open Class, while MarineJoe town, Pa., has yet to fight in a Expert Class was James M. Bo-
ball Championship with an overall season record of eight wins, Fiala of the Marine Barrackswill tourney but Jax Navy coach Ray lick of NATTU. C. L. Linza of
one loss. Front row (L to R) Howard Atkins, defensive halfback) his first tourna-
John Snyder, rightend; Randy Miller, center Lee Worley, left experience Paquette of VAP-62 says the Ma- V A.44'followed with first place
end; Center row-Bill Hougart left half) George Hoke, righlhalf ment bout in the 156 pound Nov- rine has "a lot of heart where he trophies in the 22 and 38 caliber

(captain): Jerry Miller, lineman) Wilbert Jenkins, safetyman) ice Class. lacks in experience." matches and the aggregate hon
Back row-Cliffton Allbritton lineman) James Ring, tailback) Paquette
lineman Chuck Allen The AAU Tournament is gath- incidentally, had an
Norman Terrell ) blocking back; Charles ors.The
Hoffman, defensive halfback Bob Sumner defensive linebacker. ering over 125 boxers from eight outstanding boxing record from Sharpshooter Class was

states. There will be between 16 1946 until 1956. It includes the completely swept by O. H. Chit-

Final Week For and 20 bouts nightly beginning at New England Golden Gloves in wood of VA44.Marksman .

2000. Special Services, Bldg. 704, 1948, 4ND Champion'in 1951-52, Class first place

has tickets ranging from 50 cents I and a year with the DesLant winner in the 22 and 45 caliber

Pigskin PickersAnother for general admission to $2 for I Boxing team. Altogether he had matches was L. A. Van Auken

ringside seats. 70 bouts. who also won the aggregate.

week of college upsets caused the Pigskin Pickers'
percentages to drop when last week's predictions ended in a three

way tie for first with seven right. The tie was among Athletic LV'r{, : yp-;: ':{t'yi'a'.,.. {;'
xY $ ? : *:r:
Director Frank the Editors and the Writer
McCaffrey, Sports who tS+.r ara:
.
chose seven right of the fifteen. Following close behind was Guest { x}#}:,,k:,., a .:ka k /:.f,
Picker John Gross with six right. .

William Kinlaw of ComFairJax is the Guest Picker for the .{.,:.:}:.....: 4j u ryF':}.
final week of collegiate contests. Games for the coming week are: \ \ ..,
: : a;
Auburn-Alabama, Army-Navy, Rice-Baylor, Holy Cross-Boston .
College: Cincinnati-Houston, Florida-Miami (Fla) Georgia-Georgia
Tech, Utah-UCLA, Oklahoma-Oklahoma State, Notre DameSouth-
ern California, Mississippi-Mississippi State, Tennessee-Vanderbilt,
Rutgers-Virginia, Texas Christian and Southern Methodist University.

KINLAW EDITORS MAC DODDS

Alabama Alabama AlabamaAlabama
Navy Army Navy Army
Baylor Rice Rice Rice
Holy Cross Boston C. Holy Cross Boston C. a a
HoustonFlorida CincinnatiFlorida HoustonFlorida HoustonMiami
(Fla)
Ga. Tech Ga. Tech Ga. Tech Ga. Tech
UCLAOklahoma. UCLA UCLAOklahoma UCLAOklahoma
Oklahoma.
.
use use Notre Dame use 4
Miss. St. Mississippi MississippiTennessee MiaaillippiTenneaaee
Tennessee Tennessee
Virginia Rutgers Rutgers Virginia Marine Larry King sweeps end in championship game.
SMU TCU TCU TCU MAD downs AF679ih, 7.6 for title.




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November
1962" JAX AIR NEWS Page 5 \: :


West Point Leads Series, 30 27 ;1


s : Academy Teams Brace ';

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I. : Mj $c.. For Army Navy Classic ; I

5 S S p Two battered and oft bewildering football teams repre-

k senting the United States Military Academy and the United

States Naval Academy will climax their 1962 seasons Dec.

: 1, at Philadelphia's Municipal Stadium. d

THIS 63rd MEETING OF CADETS .
jinks. Army is introducing a new
i and Midshipmen has the
I coach, Paul Dietzel, who in turn
expert prognosticators
groggy. will be introducing the Chinese.
Both teams have played in-and-
\ .
Bandits as he has named his de.
out football throughout the
i year. 1 fensive team. The Cadets in the
S
; : : Army has won 6 and lost 3. !
stands will don coolie hats and
} Navy is 4 and 5 in its nine con-
chat ancient Chinese victory slogans
tests.
each time the "Bandits"
S < ) t Penn State, Syracuse and Pitts- take the field.

14 : : \ Sc; burgh have been common foes. This renewal of the Army-:
\
\5 \ ) 'S 4k Army took the measure of Penn Navy game is best described by

< 4 '\ *\ State, 9 to 6, and of Syracuse, 9 the late Grantland Rice who in

; i'R to 2. Pittsburgh upset the Cadets 1925 wrote 'T he Army-Nan.
> 7 to 6 in Army's last outing before football game now steps forwardas

'__n 2 ?!I: the Navy struggle. the greatest of all spectacles, I
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"RIGGER TO ENSIGN-Having the gold shoulder bars of Navy lost to Penn State, 41 to the best of all shows, the most
an Ensign in the U. S. Navy snapped onto his new uniform 6, and to Syracuse, 24 to 6, while vivid and most spectacular ensemble -
by his wife, Dorothy is Myron R. Rushlow, a former Senior 0" Club Events soundly thrashing Pittsburgh, 32 in the world .sports."
Chief Parachute Rigger of VA44. Looking on is Cdr. MitchellC.
Griffin. squadron CO. Ensign Rushlow has been with the air Friday, November 30 to 9.Army
unit since Feb. 1959 during which time in his off.duty time he Luncheon11151345.Happy lost games to Oklahoma

has attended Jacksonville University. Hour-1530-1800. State, 12 to 7, and Mi higan, 17 West Coast CO

Dinner18002100. to 7. The Black Knights won from

Parents Cautioned To Dancing in Dining Room with Wake Forrest, Virginia Tech, Visits VP-30

Kay Ryan Trio20002400. George Washington and Boston
University. East met West last week when

Saturday December 1 I Commander W. W. Honour, Com
Select Safe Gift ToysToy NAVY DROPPED GAMES TO
Officer of
Luncheon11151345.Happy NOTRE DAME 29 to 12, Minnesota manding Patrol Squad.

time is coming for youngsters and the State Boardof Hour-1530-1800. 21 to 0 and the University ron Thirty, was host to Commander -

Health says a Florida survey on injuries involving playthings Dinner-1800-2100. of Southern California, 13 to 6. G. L. Donnelly, Commanding

indicates the parent must bear a major responsibilityfor Dancing in Dining Room with In the U.S.C. game, Navy's last Officer of San Diego

youngsters' safety. Johnny Jelinck-2030-0030.* before Army, the Middfes almost ; based Patrol Squadron Thirty-
138. This would to
against seem
I I One.
DR. GEORGE A. MCCOY DI. indicate very urgently a.need for Sunday, December 2 pulled oft the upset of the 1962
CONDUCT -
RECTOR of the board's Acci- season. Navy scored victoriesover BOTH SQUADRONS
adult supervision outside as wellas Brunch 1115-1345.
,
dent Prevention Program, said William & Mary, Cornell replacement ASW train-
inside he said. Buffet 1800-2100. ,
children aged five are involvedin Family and Boston College in addition to ing for pilots, navigators, air-

more toy accidents than other In the age five group duringthe Monday December 3 the Pitt conquest. crewmen and maintenance per-
five-month survey, 29 girls sonnel, VP-30 in the Atlantic
into this 63rd clash
ages; and "it appears that par- Luncheon Going "
and 40 boys were hurt. Other Fleet VP-31 in the Pacific.
,
ents have'an obligation to recon- Happy Hour-1530-1800. Army has 30 wins to Navy's 27.
sider their safety responsibilitiestoward ages which involved only a few Dinner-1800-2100. Five of the conflicts have endedin The two skippers hold annual
less hurts were 4, 8, 11 and 13.
children at play for mis- Game Night-2030. stalemates. Army's biggest conferences to .iron out training
A total of 476 boys and 264 I
use of toys is obviously an adult margin of victory was 38 to 0 in problems and exchange ideas for
guidance problem." girls were reported hurt by toys Tuesday December 4 1949. Navy's largest margin was greater standardization in ,orderto
during the period.Dr. fulfill needs for skilled
Luncheon made in 1951 when the Middieswon Navy
He said the survey showed McCoy said the survey Happy Hour-1530-1800. 42 to 7. ASW crews.
most injuries resulted from mis-
tends to show that-perhaps more Dinner-1800-2100. The expected crowd of 100,000 Among other things, these conferences -
use rather than faulty manufacture -
care should be taken in selectionof St. Johns Room Duplicate
this year are in for some new hi- have resulted in a more
; that boys have the largest for children according to
toys Bridge-2000. productive system of schedulingfor
number of injuries comes at ages age. He said any which contain Your getting old when youdon't the intensive flight and ground
four through eight. Most school Wednesday, December 5
bear
food mix should
food or care where your wife goes, training syllabus and a concen-
ground accidents come in the under the Federal Food, Luncheon-I115-1345.
approval so you don't have to go along. tration on_ a crew team training
10-14 age group."ACCIDENTS. Drug and Cosmetic Act. Toys to All Wives Luncheon 1200 S S program, which graduates highly

OUT OF DOORS be avoided include small ones cocktails-Luncheon-1330. As a general rule, it's best for polished crews for immediate em-

were almost twice as numerousas which burn easily and those with Happy Hour-1530-1800. parents to follow the advice they loyment in fleet squadrons.Cdr. .

those in the home 246 rough edges. Dinner-1800-2100. S give their children. Donnelly was conductedon

I Electric toys should bear the Thursday December 6 a tour of all VP-30 depart-

NATTU Drill Team UL Underwriters Laboratory) Luncheon-1115-1345. One reason the courts don't ments, including the squadron

label on the toy and cord. Baby'stoys Happy Hour-1530-1800. handle more drunken driving technical library, which covers
I
To Perform Sat.The should be lightweight, not Dinner-1800-2100. cases: The undertaker gets them virtually every concept of patrol
brittle; should be washable and first. ASW in use in the fleet today.
"Jaxon Lancers" NATTU's too large to put in the mouth. -
crack precision drill team, will I Rifles and archery sets are NATTU Imw0I:! h.0 }M '-"';,,:.tfZ S..1f!m!%! lffl_' 1''f.f't.>.;1'r S,>>.........s7: :' ';'::'''''1

air their skills for crowds at a dangerous in too-small hands. 4i JS
Christmas festival in Ocala, Fla., Christmas ornaments should be HonormenPvt. ) fr 4 4 #
'
this Saturday. I chosen with care, avoiding small K. J. Welle, AE "A" SS* 'S 4ii

COMBINING SPLIT SECOND and shatterable bulbs and flimsy School, 91.62.

precision with elaborate manuals, wiring. PFC T. L. Wakeman, AO"A" :
the "Lancers" have awed audi- I '
School, 84.71. 4;"; t:4. ;
ences all over Florida and southern /
Georgia. II Rhylnou or the Times ]I I1'HERe's Sgt. C. S. Victor, AE "B"

School, 90.03.
Latest public performance was .
the Veterans Day Parade in NOrgicR 0

Jacksonville.Primarily The team, made up I 1"", GOWING/ ;.;; till Toys for Tots DriveThe / t'S _________
of students in NATTU'sschoo's BIGGER / 54 ____
_
) has performed at such 1'0 YOUR : Jacksonville Chamber of }; / / >. ______

varied events as the Azalea Fest- ,,08VlTH Commerce has announced that ,/2: 1
:
ival, in Palatka, Fla., the Edison :VIM Naval personnel who are inter- fr S ;A 4 7! _

Pageant of Light at Ft. Myers,
VIGO ested in participating in the an-
Fla., the Tri-County Fair at Will- ...AFP$
iston, Fla., inauguration of the .- : nual Toys for Tots Drive may -

Missil Bowl at Orlando, Fla., and leave toys at any Shell Oil .Station (/i/p( / 8/5' 4, _ __ ___
the Greater Jacksonville Agricul- or city fire department.These # _

tural and Industrial Fair. When the white man discoveredthis toys will be turned over

In addition, the team performsat coutry, Indians were runningit. to the, J.C.'s who will give themto
almost all Captain's Inspec- There were no taxes. No debt. childrenof V
the underprivileged
tions. The women did all the work.
Duval County. EAST MEETS WEST-Cdr. W. W. Honour. Commanding
Lt. H. McKay is Drill Team Officer And the white man thought he Officer of VP-30 presents a PRO'i Plaque fo Cdr. G. L. Don
R. E. Mackie, AE1, is Drill- could improve on a system like The Chamber hopes to collect, nelly Commanding Officer of San Diego based VP-31. The San
master. that! enough toys for 5,000 children. Diego unit is the counterpart of Jacksonville's VP30.I .






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AMErnC w IT

(AFPS American Heritage Foundation Feature)
By Clark Kinnaird
The combat sea service of the United States with the longest _
continous history is not the Navy, but is a force brought into be- b} 1I
ing by act of Congress 172 years ago to crack down on tax evaders.
SMUGGLING, WHICH HAD BEEN a patriotic activity during : .
British rule of the Colonies, continued to be so common after the I ,
War of Independence that the new government was hardpressedfor
supporting revenues. (It had been intended for customs dutiesto
be a main support of the Federal establishment) The Secretaryof

Treasury, Alexander Hamilton, asked Congress for ten boats [ t4f ,
with which to enforce the customs laws. {%' rdt:{r s+0': '! ; y. k f k .tY'rc J y 'S

The name given to the organization originally, Revenue Marine,
was.changed to Revenue Cutter Service after the boats were sent { yr
r to sea. All were of cutter types-that is, heavy keeled schooners that
l.'' could carry plenty of sail for speed. Named respectively the MASSACHUSETTS -
1. ) SCAMMEL, PICKERING, DILIGENCE, ACTIVE,
ARGUS VILILANT, VIRGINIA, SOUTH CAROLINA, and GEN-
ERAL GREENE, they were from 30 to 70 tons and carried from
three to six swivel guns each. Maximum crew was ten, of which
generally two were boys. hKb{ I IJCWVWS
FIRST MAN COMMISSIONED "Master of a Cutter in the Ser- ::///i'/ .;.
vice of the United States" was Hopley Yeaton, who had served /
under Capt. John Barry on the frigate Raleigh during the War of OUTPATIENTS NURSERY-Capt. J. M. Banner, Naval Hospital CO cuts ribbon opening
Independence.The new quarters for the Nursery In Bldg. H203J at the Hospital. Looking on are Mrs. H. Wernex,
Navy built up during the latter war had ceased to exist. Navy Wives Club No. 86 President and Mr*. A. Becker, Nursery Attendant. Mrs. W. Kllchell (not
The Revenue Cutters were the only armed vessels under the U.S.A. shown) U also employed at the Nursery. The Nursery Is sponsored by the Navy Wives Club and
flag (except merchant ships equipped to protect themselves from the Mainside Nursery. It is open Monday through Friday from 0300 lo 1600 to enable parents to
pirates) from 1791 to 1798, when frigates were built to protect U.S. visit the Hospital while their children are being looked after.
. shipping from French Communalist raiding vessels.
The Revenue Cutter Service, which always remained under
I authority of the Treasurey Department in peacetime, was merged Maltese/ EstablishingMalta's Movie Guide
with the Lifesaving Service in 1915 to form the Coast Guard. It I I
subsequently took over the Lighthouse Service.
! 1st Maritime Museum
tlT'.I., ?,!" _"'f.f!!' 'fI"I"lT1fII/I l'IfI/1''f'II1f1f1f.'flf'I"'I.'f1'I'rItI/lfIr'1''lr'lT'IIf, !IIilu.rl'fIllfJ/'l'I, Movies will be shown regularlyat
'nrd d 1fr dr lr r'i ?, r' +rrrJliY'' r 'k/ r1 r r/l/r, r
?,vl'' iiIl Victor traveled under the North Pole I 1900 on Monday through Sat-
;,11 r 4" Jxyr ., i'r, r 'hi l a ll!!I'I il1 1N Twenty-six-year-old
Sri '
fr w :, 1' m Wickman of Valletta, Malta, with the nuclear-powered sub- urday; at 1400 and 1900 on Sun-

who twice tried to j join the marine USS Skate; the com- day, at the Mainside and NATTU

f ii i' "' 'a,'+ I f'f'r'r''; ',S 'Mh Wyh+ +! t A r. r 1,r !,,('%I1' Ar''i7 F+!. Y :! .r.r U.S. Navy,,still loves the sea, missioning pennant from the Theaters and at 1900 only on
r ',P'"K' rl .' yn., but has redirected his youthful original Skate; and a piece of Sunday at the Hospital Theater.
w' r 7 M.Ei? !!, f, /lllpr' Ir aspirations. Now Wickman's timber from the flight deck of These times are subject to change.
w USS Lexington. Thursday, November 29
.' 1 f'x energetic project is to
(
M1ri xi .ML''lrtl Mainside-Kid Galahad.
r'
r
r single-handedly establish Malta's Eager to expand his collection,
!
r ,.n q %!lli NATTUnit-The Last Sunset.
,(Sr. f7 ;ar,9/r X61' 1'lll "lII first maritime museum,
,
ft A4 ,, "tf rr 4hr 1k,, /, ati G! Wickman solicities items from Hospital-Marines Let's Go.
i' "a 'iii/4 an idea which grew out of with letter giving
,4 many quarters a -
y"j yr
; Iq? Y Friday, November 30
hr4rlllIr! his ten-year collection of thou- the background of his collection -
Weeks Another
Mainside-Two In
sands of items pertaining to He welcomes any as- -

world navies and the sea. sistance and may be reached at Town.
NATTUnit-Kid Galahad.
q'JI4('ri rlwwi U't' +'W 6 +n Ih,''"' WICKMAN'S HOPES are to his residence-177/3 St. Christ- Hospital-The Last Sunset.
h
intensive inter- opher St. Valletta Malta-by
project his own Saturday, December 1
est in the sea and appreciation for anyone interested in adding to Mainside-The Silent Enemy.

,%} /, ,, 1'jr(1 gr'lb nautical life throughout his home his collection. NATTUnit-Two Weeks In An-
rrrw1,9% .rl! island. He points out that the
: other Town.HospitalKid.
The Pickering, one of first ten Revenue Cutters, from a sea has always been to Malta Disney To Show Galahad.

contemporary painting. Timothy Pickering was successively what the cow is to the ice cream Sunday, December 2
Postmaster-General, Secretary of War and Secretary of State. industry, and is undertaking his Hurricane Hunters Mainside-A Harnished Angel.

project despite-or more prob- I NATTUnit-The Silent Enemy.

Gift Ticket Holders ListedLucky I ably because of-an almost extinct The Navy's Hurricane Huntersof Hospital-Two Weeks In Another
Malese -owned shippingfleet. Airborne Early Warning

gift ticket holders at Squadron Four will be featuredon Town.Monday, December 3

the recent Jacksonville Officer's AO School Names A big supporter of his collec- Walt Disney's" Wonderful Mainside-The Tartars.

Wives Club Frontier Days were: tion-which boasts 25,000 ship World of Color, Sunday evening, NATTU-A Tarnished' Angel. '

Trip to Nassau Cdr. and Mrs. Class 6235 photographs, 50 nautical paint- December 16. Hospital-The Silent Enemy.

Vernon L. Redfield of NAS Air- TopsIt ings by European artists, a 1,000- The one hour documentary Tuesday, December 4

craft Maintenance; Hiram Walker was two first timers for book nautical library, and a few television program entitled "Hur- Mairiside-Sergeants Three.

Whiskey Lt. C. W. Youngof NATTU's Honor thousand items from ships all ricane Hannah" may be seen locally NATTUnit-The Tartars.

Supply Department; Furch- Classes last over the world-has been the on Channel 12, WFGATVat Hospital-A Tarnished Angel.

gotts Miss Bernice Opperman, week U. S. Navy. In addition to other 1930. Wednesday December ,5

of Supply Department;Paul Mas- The Aviation Ordnanceman sources, Wickman has received Mainside-Guns Of Darkness.

4 son Wine Capt. G. J, Frauen- School named class 6235 for top help from U. S. Navy admirals including The fellow who does nothing.is NATTUnit Sergeants ts Three.
heim of Fleet Air Wing 11; Ra- the Chief. of Naval Op- Tartars.r .
honors for the weeks of Nov. doing somebody. Hospital-The
dio T. J. Doyle; Sculptures erations.
Rear Adm. Joseph M. Carson; 15-21. Class 6227 was best in Aviation Admiral Arleigh Burke con- i., /

Rosenbloom's Mrs. Maranvilleof Electrician's Mate School.. tributed a set of his collar de-

Naval Hospital; Burcell's Mr.J. They were selected for the weekof vices, and Admiral George An- iI

B. Stoudemire; Turkey Capt. Nov. 12-18. derson gave a set of his service

A. R: Woldridge Assist. O&R ribbons. Wickman has "inher- .
Weekly Honor Student for the :
Officer; Kraft Cheese Box Mrs. Aviation Ordnanceman Schoolwas ited" Vice Admiral Espe's two- .:f
John Burky; Hibachi's Char- star I flag, and other items from "'Y'"""" ;,
Airman Apprentice W L. : \<<"
lene Blackburn SN, and Ens. Hy- Vice Admiral 'Durtermann a n dRear ':{::
Armstrong, of class 6236. :::1'
land; Glenmore and Yellowstone Admirals McKinney and
Cdr. J. T Craighead of Naval He was chosen on a basis of Ward. ..

Hospital. military with scholastic appearance achievement.combined ALTHOUGH HIS COLLEC- .-/i/}l li
.d, :
: .t
I All proceeds from the event TION is very diversified, Wick- "V:
Honor Class selections
were given to various charities. are man has a particular ambitionto q
.. made on a basis of class averageas accumulate the, largest collec-

i. compared for previous classesin tion of U. S. Navy items outside
Teacher: "Susan, where is the
the same stage of training, the United States. With ship mo- I\
English Channel? military appearance and discipli- dels and other devices he has

Sue: "I don't know. Our television nary action. constructed a simulated U.S. Navy

set won't pick it up." task force at sea.
I T
1 He has collected over 50 sou-

I Rhymes or the Times IUM I CPO ReceptionA venir plaques from U. S. Navy a
ships visiting Malta during the
1 Welcome Aboard Recep-
DRUM A.'C Th past two years. A few of his
V s tion will be held on Friday,
CHORES f'1< other assorted items include: the VA-44 HONORMAN-"Bluejacket of the Month" and "Out-
November 3 at 2000 in the
commissioning pennant from standing Plane Captain of the Month" honors have been awardedto
B E PONE kfjk: ;..,r dinning room of the CPO Club World War II landing ship signal L. V. Gundy, YN1 and P. R. Chrisite, AEAN respectively.
.,
BEFORE A '" :: : > for all active and retired ; Gundy (L.) was commended for his attention to detail, his out
1 BATTLEWON. chiefs and their wives. flags constituting the interna- standing professional ability, and his devotion to duty in the
CAN BE The Reception will be fol- tional call sign of USS St. Paul capacity of Petty Officer in Charge of Officer's Section of the
.- which were flown by that cru- VA.44 Administration Office. Christie was cited for his capa-
I ? lowed by a program and bility as a TF-9J Plane Captain and for his ability to work witha
.,4'I1'NP6 iser while ex-President Eisenhower
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