Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 24, 1962
Frequency: weekly
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Morality ...........................Page 2

JfI X RAdm. Daiplt ...............Page 3

Sports ............,..........,." ....Page 4

Navy WiretLeadenhip ...................Page 5
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Vol. 20 No. 43 U. S. NAS Jacksonville Florida 24 January 1963 .

Rates'Outstanding' VAdm. Taylor Presents

Isbell Trophy To VP-18

Heavy Photographic Squadron .
Sixty-two has received an l roa. a Vice Admiral Edmund B. Taylor, Commander Antisub-
over all rating of "outstand- marine Warfare Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet presented the
ing" as a result of the annualAdministrativeMaterial Arnold J, Isbell trophy for excellence in antisubmarine warfare -
and !operations to Patrol Squadron Eighteen in ceremoniesheld
Personnel Inspection, for the here last Friday.

fourth consective year. THE AWARD first presentedin Waves Attend
This year's Inspection was con- 1959, by the Glenn L. Martin
ducted last Wednesday 'a n d
Company of Baltimore, Mary-
Thursday by Rear Admiral Jo- land! honors the late Captain USO
seph M Carson, ComFairJax and OpeningNineteen
Arnold J. Isbell, the decorated
ComNabSix and his Staff.
naval hero who contributed
The squadron is commandedby greatly to the country's antisub- NAS Jax Waves
Commander Robert F. Roemer. were among more than 500
marine warfare operations dur-
Cdr. Lyons receives label Trophy from VAdm. Taylor
ing World War II. The perma- guests attending the formal
In spite of operational commit- opening of the new Jacksonville -
nent trophy is maintained at the
ments in all areas of the world Second Annual Boy Scout Pentagon and engraved plaquesare USO Club last Sunday.The .
extending westward from the presented to recipients of Club, located at 318 West
Near East to the Pacific Ocean. moved to its location
Ocean St. new -
the squadron has compiled an Goodwill Good Turn Drive Set the award. in June of 1962.
record of over 9,000 hours of accident - Vice Admiral Taylor was intro- Rear Admiral John T. Hay-
free flying in the RA-3B The second annual Boy duced by Rear Admiral G. P. ward, Commander Carrier Divi-
TU Jax that weekend have vol- Koch, Commander Fleet Air
Douglas "Skywarrier". This ac- Scout Goodwill Good Turn sion Two was the guest speakerfor
complishment is the result of the unteered to unload trucks at the Wing, U. S. Atlantic Fleet. He the occasion. Other honored
Drive will be held in the Jack- Goodwill Industries warehouse.The .
then presented the plaque to
untiring efforts of the officers guests present were Rear Admiral
and men of VAP-62 who contin- sonville area Saturday, Feb- bags of old but repairable Commander Robert F. Lyons, Joseph M. Carson, ComFairJaxand i
uously strive to maintain the ruary 9. Naval Air Reserve clothing will be loaded by the Commanding Officer of VP-18. ComNabSix and Captain
squadron's reputation as one of Training Unit Jax personnelhave Scouts at the collection points The plaque will be displayed on James R. Compton, NAS Com-
the outstanding units in the volunteered to assist the and will be transported to Good- the VP-18 quarterdeck along manding Officer.
Navy. will Industries free by several The NAS Band furnished music
Scouts as they did last year. with other awards the squadronhas
(See photo, page 2) Jacksonville trucking firms. Used for the opening.The .
THIS YEAR the number of toys and furniture will also be received. new Club has areas set
Wave DirectorTo aside for servicemen to listen to
1 bags placed will be increased to collected. Patrol Squadron Eighteen, three
I records and watch television. {
100,000 and the collection points Rear Adm. Carson is a memberof times winner of the Navy Battle There is also a snack bar, lounge :
Visit HereCaptain
Board of Directors North "E" award requisitefor
: throughout the Jacksonville area the Efficiency a and a dance room.
Viola B. Sanders, As- : will be increased from 25 to 40. Florida Council, Boy Scouts of winning the Isbell award, is Waves attending were: NAS
sistant Chief of Naval Personnelfor I America. Capt. Elliott is a Senior
Drive leaders hope the increased receiving the latter for sec- Administration Department-
Women, will visit the Stationon collection will provide employ- Scout Representative. ond time having won it in 1960. Bonnie L. Albert, SK2; Mary A. r'"
Thursday and Friday, January Additional volunteer sailorsare The has acci- Bowles, SN; Karen S. Folden,
; squadron now an
31 and February 1, She will arrive ment for 30 more handicapped needed to insure the successof YN3; Kathy Wishmeyer, SA; and
here from Headquarters, persons in addition to last year's the drive. Interested petty officers I I dent free flight hours record of Donna Wood, SA; NAS Supply
Sixth Naval District, Charleston, 27 persons. and non-rated men may I over 52,000 hours in performingits Department-Myrna L. Copeland,
contact the NARTU Leadership primary mission of antisub- SA; and June Harper, SA; Air-
S.C.This will be Miss Sander's Captain Ralph E. Elliott, Jr., Office at Ext. 611. marine warfare.son (Continued on page 3, col. 1))
first visit to Jacksonville since NARTU CO in cooperation with

taking over the top post for wo- Rear Admiral Joseph M. Carson,

confer men While in with July here of women she 1962.is expected officers in to has ComFairJax again assigned and ComNabSix volunteer, !I A F Decorates 'Fair Jax Sailor I IA I

the area and inspect Wave quar- NARTU petty officers to assist Jacksonville sailor was decorated ComFair Jax, made the pre- In issuing the award the Sec-
the drive by supervising each of I Monday with the U.S. sentation in his office. retary of the Air Force cited the
ters.Capt.. Sanders will be accom- the 40 collection points.In 'Air Force Outstanding Unit i 1707th and its personnel for
panied by Lieutenant Commander Award.He PAGE WON THE AWARD "exceptionally meritorious serv-
Laura C. Cobb, Assistant for addition, 50 "Weekend War- is Jack S. Page, aviation while attached to the USAF's ice from January 1, 1961 to
Women, Sixth Naval District. riers" scheduled to drill at NAR- storekeeper first class, of the December 31, 1961." Page was
Supply Department Staff, Com- 1707th Air Transport Wing, Tinker with the unit from March 1960
mander Fleet Air, Jacksonville. Air Force Base, Oklahoma to Aug. 1961.

NAS Safety Record _Rear. Admiral Joseph M. Car- City, Okla. The citation accompanying the
award further commends "the
:r outstanding professional ability
Best Since 1956Civilian and effectiveness; an accident

f i free record of over 15,000 flying
employees at NAS, Jacksonville have achievedan q hours achieved dispite frequent
enviable industrial safety record for the year 1962 it was \-I,i inclement weather, inadequate
revealed this week. There were only 14 work disabling injuries -. t. airfields and a continuing inputof
occurring to civilians for a frequency rate of 1.53. Thisis '.. foreign students with a limited
the best record here since 1956 when a frequency rate of knowledge of the English lan-
1.38 diabling injuries was set, said Charles Able, NAS Safety guage; and graduating all classeson

Superintendent.: bers of the Safety Committeeswho time."

LAST YEAR'S RECORD was through their efforts aroused i THE 17071H TRAINS U. S. of-
even better than 1961's. In that and maintained interest in the ; ficers and men enroute to duty I II
NAS was charged with 32 of the fellow employee '' "
year protection ., o' I I with the Military Air Transport
civilian work disabling injuriesfor ," he continued. ,;(;; : : v. Service. The foreign students are
a frequency rate of 3.45. THERE WAS ALSO a decreasein :'lp prepared for equivalent duty in

"When it is considered that injuries occurring to military their service.In .

there were 9,147,034 productivehours personnel for this same period."A \ addition to his normal avia-

during this period", said hearty well done and con- tion supply duties while with the

Able, "it" is a remarkable achi- gratulations to all hands is ex- ,: 1707th, Page was also responsiblefor

evement. tended", said Able, and it is instructing students both in

"Such a record can only be hoped that the interest and effort the air and on the ground in how
achieved through all hands co- in safety will continue
to load, stow and handle cargo
operation and interest. Special through 1963 and all the years to I. V
notice must be given to the mem- follow", he concluded. Rear Adm. Joseph M. Canon-Jack St Page AK1 and

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Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS 24 January 1963!

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:r. Station Traffic
i .
Violation/ RecordThe

following is a report of
NAS, Jacksonville
CAPT J. R. Compton .........,........................,.......,................. Commanding Officer motor vehicle accidents and
CDR Walter J. Schub .................................................... .......... Executive Officer traffic violations for the period
Fleet/ Air Jacksonville NAB 6ND January 12 through Jan-
RADM Joseph M. Carson ................................................................ Commander 18.NUMBER.
CAPT Vincent Casey ................................................................__M Chief of Staff uary
Fleet Air Wing Eleven OF ACCIDENTSThis

CAPT Gilbert J. Frauenhelm ............................................................ CommanderCAPT week ........ 4 c t I'
Andrew H. Cowart ........................................ ...... .. Chief Staff Officer Total Accidents this year
Naval Air Technical Unit
Training ..... ..
.. .
CAPT Hartiel D. Allen ........................................................ Commanding Officer through Jan. 18 9
CDR Eugene F. Verdery .. ......................................................... Executive Officer Number of Accidents through
Naval Hospital January 1962 .16
CAPT J. M. Hanner .................................. ....................... Commanding Officer ,
CAPT Stephen H. Tollni ............................................................ Executive Officer NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit LAST INJURY IN MOTOR
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott Jr. "............................................... Commanding Officer
CDR William M. Miller .. .."..............................".. .. T.. .. .., Executive Officer VEHICLE ACCIDENT 21 .
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville Florida at no NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P.35 Rev. July 1958. BRINGING IN THE SAILS after 20 years Naval service
Distributed weekly free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Week ... .. 35 is Troy L. Golden, chief machinist's male of the NAS OOD's Of.
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing Speeding ,.." ... ".. 10 fice. Golden was first congratulated on his devotion to duty by
II. Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U. S. Naval Hospital. NAS Commanding Officer Capt. James R. Compton, and then
LCDR Ralph D. McClure ...... ......... .... .. Service Information Officer Reckless Driving ... .. .... ..... 1 traditionally piped over-the-side by six of his shipmates.
Andrew H. Plane/ ..,..................". Aslsstant Service Information Officer Going through Stop Sign 1
Editor-Mae Spencer J01 Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone, JOt Staff-
Robert Dodds SA; Ruth Anne ;Roberts SA. ; Other Violations ...." .........23 CPO WivesThere
Members of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern aid International Forty drivers appeared before JOWC PlansFashionShotv
Councils of Industrial Editors.
the Traffic Hearing Boardat
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material will be a "Welcome
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing ctrdit Is given. Photographs the meeting held on Jan
unless/ otherwise credited are official I U.S. Navy Photographs. uary 21. Disposition of the cases Aboard" Tea held this Friday,
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone include the following: eight at 1400 in the dinning room of Internationale
Mtenaloni 8164, 656, 272, or 8161.Morality Fashions is
lost driving and parking priv- the CPO Club for wives of new- the theme selected by the
ileges aboard station; 11 were
ly promoted chiefs. Jacksonville Officer's Wives
Is NeededIn assigned to complete an eight- Club for their Fashion Showon

hoar course in remedial driv- All chief's wives of NAS and Wednesday, February 6.
ing instructions; 28 received Cecil Field are invited to attend. Ensembles from local stores
Too suspended penalties, three
Motoring will be modeled at the show
dismissed three .
were ; e e
with Mrs. Terry Dahly as
In our country, the deliberate killing and injuring of fined and three were referredto Coordinator.The .
CPO Wives Club hosteda
other people is viewed as perhaps the worst moral crime. commanding officers for Jax Social Hour is slated
But many more people lose their lives in traffic mishaps possible disciplinary action. luncheon last Saturday for the for 1130 followed by Luncheon -
than are killed in homicdes! And records show that a NAS Cecil Field CPO Wives at at 1230.

majority of the fatal accidents are caused by traffic viola- MoviesMovies Cecil's CPO Club. The event is sponsored by
tions. As a matter of fact, hundreds of lives are sacrificed NATTUnit 0" Wives.

each year because drivers will fully disobey traffic regula- will be shown regularly Reservations may be made
tions or otherwise act unsafely at the time of a mishaps.It .
at 1900 on Monday through The next regular meeting of by calling Mrs. Pat Weimerat
that do realize that traffic law vio-
we a
appears Saturday; at 1400 and 1900 on 264-6998 or the unit representative
lation is, in itself, morally wrong. It is regarded by entirelytoo Sunday, at the Mainside and the Club will be Monday, Feb- prior to Monday,
many as a mere infraction of the rules, something like NATTU Theaters and at 1900 ruary .4 at 2000. All chiefs' wivesin February 4.

poor sportsmanship, if you please. But the "traffic game", only on Sunday at the Hospital the area are invited to attend.A .
as many seem to think of it, is a, deadly serious business. Theater. These times are subjectto -
Let's consider driving on the wrong side of the road or dis- change. hipster walking in San Last year there 15, 00 accidents -
regarding a stop sign. How seriously do we really take such
Thursday, January 24 Francisco at the time of a on golf courses. But it
violations? Most people would call them errors in driving
Mainside-One Eyed Jacks. slight earthquake turned to his beats staying around the house,
judgement, but little more. We would probably think less
of a person for fibbing at bridge or conveniently forgetting NATTUnit-Lust For Life. girl and said, "Man this town falling off ladders and sticking
. .
, to record a few golf strokes. Yet "wrong side of road" viola- Hospital- -Oceans 11 really moves!" your finger in the power mower.

tions are the cause of many fatal crashes. Let us think more Friday. January 25
seriously on these things! Mainside-S a g a 0 f Hemp

\ NATTUnit-One Eyed Jacks.
> \ \\ +
Hospital-Lust For Life.

..' \ > ; '?r5Y 5d '' }S:' Saturday, January 26
\\ }.;g4 Ab 'Lt''5\ f} ;, rk
Mainside-Almost Angels.

'. NATTUnit-Saga Of Hemp ,
( .tiq ... ..:
k.i- k }:}
C?.; Brown.
Hospital-One Eyed Jacks.

Sunday. January 27
NATTUnit-Almost Angels. r

Hospital-Saga Of Hemp xT, O

Brown. SpEFD
Monday, January 28
Mainside-We'll Bury You. 25 .
x NATTUnit-Parrish.

Hospital-Almost Angels.

} Tuesday January 29

Mainside-Vampire And The

NATTUnit-We'll Bury You. .
Hospital-Parrish. =-

Wednesday January 30
} Mainside-Where The Truth

? Lies.
NATTUnit-Vampire And The

,i:, Ballenrina.Hospital-We'll Bury You.

Rocket engineers at the Naval

Ordnance Test Station, China
r >; : ,,K
Lake, Calif., have tested a new
hybrid rocket engine. It uses a
combination liquid and solid pro-
vYSYQ pellant in a single motor.A .

new plan announced by the

Treasury Department gives tax .
"OUTSTANDING" was the mark awarded VAP-62 as a payers the choice of taking income i
result of their recent Admlnlstratire/Material and Personnel
tax refunds in cash or U.S. I
Inspection. Here Capt. Vincent Casey, ComFalrJax Chief of
Staff conducts the Personnel Inspection phase. Savings Bonds. I "You certainly.proved you could exit at 73."



24 January 1963 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

RAdm. Daspit Speaksat NFO Announces Ellis AKI is Supply's

January AFMA MeetJacksonville Paydays Personality of MonthAn

Chapter 40 of the Armed Forces Manage- Paydays for all commands aviation storekeeper first class has been honoredas

ment Association will move back to the Officer's Club for paid by the Navy Finance office the Supply Department's January Supply Personality of

its next monthly meeting on Tuesday, January 29 to hear hare been announced for the Month. Ellis enlisted in the Navy in

Rear Admiral Lawrence D. Daspit, Commandant Sixth Naval the period of January through He is Lewis D. Ellis of the

District_ ,_who will deliver the principal address. July. Fleet Services Unit of the Con- June of 1955.

Adm. Daspit, who took over trol Division. Prior to reporting to NAS Jax

the ComSix reigns in August of ion Six; Assumed command of They will be as follows ELLIS WAS HONORED for he served tours of duty at NAS
Task Force 7.3; and in 1958 was
last year, has selected a top- his contribution to the Unit by
ordered to duty in the office of January 15 and 30: February Quonset Point, NAS Norfolk and
rated subject for his talk. He his thoroughness and sincere de-
will "Polaris". the Chief of Naval Operationsas 15 and 28: March 15 and 30: NAS Corpus Christi.Classified.
speak on
votion to duty together with an
Director of the Underseas AprU 15 and 30: May 15 and .
WILL enjoy a social Warfare Division. outstanding knowledge of the -
hour beginning at 1145, 31: June 15 and July 1. "

while the luncheon begins ,
promptly at 1215 in the main When payday falls on Saturday

dining room. the Main and Branch Offices
A native of Houma, La., Adm. will be open from 0730to
Furn. 3 room, 1 bath Apt., $50 per
Daspit attended Louisiana State 0830. Checks will be de- mo.; EV 77153.

University before entering the livered to authorized command Unfurn. 3 bdrm., 2 baths house EV
Naval Academy from which he 93239.
representatives only.
was graduated in June 1923. He ca Furn. 4 room apt., near NAS, EV

was awarded a degree of Masterof Requests for special pay re- 7-2768.
Science from the Universityof Unfurn. 3 bdrm. house, $85 per mo.,
quired for groups or units detached EV 98319.
California in 1937.
Just after the outbreak of deployed or returningfrom Fairfax Manor-Furn. cottage, EV 9-
3539 or EV 8-3400. .
World War II he outfitted the TAD must be submitted
Margaret St.-Furn. 3 bdrm. apt., $loe
USS Tinosa which he commanded to NFO by commands con per mo., 384-5677.

in the Jacific after her com- cerned at least four working Lake Shore-Partly furo. 2 bdrm.
missioning in 1943. The Tinosa house, $60 per mo; EV 9-8357.
the date
days prior to pay
won the Presidential Unit Cita- Lewis Ellis, AKI Lake Shore-Furn. 3 bdrm. house, $100per
is be made
ment to accordingto
tion and for heroism and meri- Naval Aviation Supply System.He mo.; EV 9-6531.
RAdm. Lawrence R. Daipit
torious achievement he was the announcement. was also cited by Captain Ortega-2 unfurn. apti.; EV 95326.
In January 1960 Admiral Das-
Cross let- Sullivan NAS Ortega-3 bdrm. house, $100
awarded the Navy a John D. Supply per mo.,
pit assumed command of the
ter of Commendation with Com- Officer, for his assistance in the EV 95326.
Submarine Force Atlantic Fleet.
bat V and twice awarded the increased effectiveness of the unit FOR SALE
When Vice Admiral E. W. Gren-
Bronze Star Medal with Combat NATTU Honormen in improved service to the fleet 3 bdrm., 2 bath house, $1200 equity,
fell became Commander Sub-
and in reducing the Aircraft Out $93.50 per mon.; SP 13711.
V.AFTER marine Force, Atlantic Fleet, W. E. Steele, AEAN, AE
SERVICE WITH the of Commission for Parts and 3 bdrm., houses EV 7-3616 or Ext.
Adm. Daspit assumed duties as "A" School 82.22.
Submarine Section of the Ship- Aircraft Not Fully Equipped
building Division, Bureau of Deputy Commander.In Sgt. R. L. Laton, AE "B" (AOCP/ANFE) Rates at NAS At- Palmer Ave.-3 bdrm. 2 bath house;
August 1962 he took over EV 42360.
Ships, for which he received a School, 83.65. lanta and NAS Glynco.A .
Commandant of Sixth Naval
second Letter of Commendation, native of Allen Park Mich.
in PFC D. Winkleman, AO ,
District with headquarters YN3 stationed
until the cessation of at Service School Com-
he served Charleston, S.C. "A" School, 93.47. mand, Great lakes, Illinois will exchange
hostilities in the Pacific and in duty with YN3 it NAS Max A. Montgomery -

succession as Commander Submarine YN3 ET School, Admin Office,
Training Command'and a 800 Gather For CU l Bldg. 520, USNTC Great Lakes, Illinois.

Training Material Officer on the -

Staff of Commander Submarines, MDBS Notice
Pacific. His third Letter of Com- Meeting ElectionThe

mendation was received in com- Employees Mutual Death

posite recognition of this Pacific credit union movement has grown so rapidly and Benefit Society Notice 204 and

tour. spread so widely that credit unions can be found in the smallest 205 is issued to advise mem-

From March 1946 he served "one horse" hamlets as well as in our largest cities and bers of the death of two of
successively with the Office of its members.As .

Research and Inventions, Navy industries. Also a highlight on the night's a result of payments by
THIS IS THE MESSAGE that agenda was the election of offi- the
Department; as Society, members will
T. Coats Regional Direc- Elected to the Credit Com-
James ,
Submarine Force Pacific; com- now be assessed $2.20 which is
manded the USS Los Angeles, tor Bureau of Federal Credit mittee were Milton Eddings of now due and payable. The ten

flagship of Cruiser Division Five. Unions, Atlanta, Ga. brought to O&R; William Sandefer, O&R; day notice of assessment be-
of some 800 members of the Jack- Tony Zambito, O&R. Elected to
He was awarded the Legion gan on January 24.
Merit for participation in the 'sonville Navy Federal Credit the Board of Directors were Ce- Members are reminded that
Union during the 11th Annual cil Acree, Management Analysis
Korean Theater in 1952-53. cash payments will not be ac-
He next served as Senior Ad- Meeting held last Friday nightat Office; Bill Purcell of O&R and cepted.

visor Japanese Coastal Security .--King Hall. Gordon King, Supply Dept. James T. Coats

Force and Maritime Safety "The Credit Union has really

Agency Advisory Group, Naval been of great benefit for the r

Forces, Far East; as Chief of little man who in effect is get- .

Naval Section, Military Assistant his fellow workers .
ting help from 'YY atdo
Advisory Group, Japan; and friends when he does ;. W ; ? '
Commander, Field Com- "
Deputy business with a credit union, i
mand, Armed Forces Special said Coats. "With each passing yt .,' ': #' ,

Weapons Project, at Albuquerque day there are changes being ,

; commanded Cruiser Divis- made in our daily credit union n .. :

operations, all with the aim of .t ,.," .u..... '

Waves better serving our customers", ,
(Continued from Page) he added. ..

craft Maintenance DeparmentEthel INTERSPERESED through the E ii___
PN3 and Sarah Jo .
; delivery of various committee :: .
Chiks SA Public Works Depart- .: h .f. .
; reports was the drawing of door ;.: :: '
ment-Mary Burdette, SA; and ;":: .
prizes, 17 in all. Winners of the 1 :

Communications Department- : transistor radios, q. :. :..' ) : '
prizes were ; :it.
:1" .
.. \ I'
Rosemary Higgins; NATTU Ed Boulineas, A. E. Watson, John : ; '
Linda A. Farmer, YNSN; Elaine TV :. :; .. : III. '
Dougherty .
Day and Robert ; .. .. .j'tJ "
Hartman, SN; Nancy McDonnell, tray sets, Catherine Stubbs and :; .
'T" J.
SA; Cecil Spies, MA3; Beatrice Ruby Zambito; fishing rod and ,

Stump, SN; Carolyn Zahm, SA;
reel, Umberto Pezzula; electric 1 I"
Mary Edmunds, SA; and Linda razor, Marquerite Holloway; cig- ;; ; A .
Smith, SN. ''f-
arette lighter clock, Jack Page; ;

One difference between work- men's watch, Faye Crofit; ladies : : ; '
,, 'i\:;:: ;' : '
ing for money and marrying for watch, Frank White; electric 'N ''' .:: : __ .

it is that working keeps you en- blanket, Ann Van Buren; port- .. :::.. ....... .... ...

slaved only 40 hours a week. able typewriter, A. F. Wright; TO GUIDE CREDIT UNION IN 1963 are the newly elected members of the Board of Directors
golf clubs, Robert White; Polar- and the Credit Committee for the Jax Navy Federal Credit Union who were elected at
Walsh last Friday's annual meeting at King HalL Front row are members of the Board of Directors
The U. S. Marine Band has oid camera, Mrs. John ; (L. to R.) Gordon King Supply; Cecil Acree, Management Analysis Office) and Bill Purcell, O&R.
played at every presidential in- shotgun, Michale Tufarella; and' Back row are the Credit Committee members (L. to R.) Milton Eddings, O&R; William Sandefer,
auguration since Jefferson's time. portable TV, Vance Goode. O&R; and Tony Zambito, O&R; and President Roland Byrd, Industrial Medical Department.



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Page 4 NEWS 24 January 1963VictoryBound

I Sax Boxers Fray In All Navy

Four Win

L + ibgh

I '
:M r S h iXVAV

Four Jax Navy fighters have

won South Atlantic Regional

crowns at Oceana, Va., and
are now fist cuffing it out at

Newport, R.I., in the 1963 All-

Navy Boxing Championships.They .

are: Clay Vaughan and

Jim Johnson of NAS Cecil Field, r
Jim McClain of VAP-62 and Jim e. .
R Miller of NATTU. b wF

Johnson---Vaughan Vaughan. a .bantamweight, :
ventured to we top wavy con-
test uncontested on both the 6ND McClain-Coach Paquette

Jax Netmen and Regional cards.

Last week the Air News reported -

ThirdIn .4- that Johnson had traveled JAX AIRNEWS
Coup h. to Oceana as Jax Navy's SPORTS

.; trainer. However, a followup dis-
patch after press time had him
TourneyThe : fighting in the light welterweight

division and beating John Jonesof
Jax Navy Volleyball team -c- $ VA-76.

members returned to NAS this Although uncontested in the Fliers Set To Host
week from the Smoky district bout, welterweight Mc-
Invitational Tournament held r}' Clain proved his prowess in the

last Saturday where they won regionals, downing Lyle Hughesof Moody Friday Sat.After
third place honors. the USS Mountrail. .
BEHIND THE POWER ARMSof Miller added trophy number
veterans Jim Pitts and John 28 to his collection at Oceana only a one-day rest, the Jax Navy Fliers play hostto

Loper, the Jax netmen fell preyto beating Dan Kelley of the USS the Moody Air Force Base from Valdosta, Ga., tomorrowand
20 teams Saturday at the Mainside with times scheduledfor
only two of the Northampton in the middle- gym game
rostered at the tourney. .Knox- 1930 both nights I
weight contest. gressiveness of Bob Hyland of
ville, Tenn., the winner, and Lex- I TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
Only Jax man to lose his I VA-44, coupled with the Fliers'
It was the of this week the AlbanyGa.
ington, Ky., runnerup. evenings ,
finals bout was heavyweight speed and top physical condition,
in the MillerFinals Marine Cen-
largest representation Corps Supply
Charles Hall of VA-35. He bow- turned the expected tide toward
tournament's history. Other Jax ter cagers were guests of NAS
ed to Dick Bonner of the USS victory.
players include: Jim Donnelly, Jax. (Those scores were not
Amphion. i LEE SOMERS of Admin and
Gene Vargo, Ken Steiner, B. C. Near available at press time). All told,
Dave Hammond of
Supply were
Lowe and George Mosier. Bob Guyer and Joe Cannonof at the close of Saturday night's
This was the last contest the VAP-62, who helped to make game, the Fliers will have playedsix the top scorers for the Jax squad
with two-game totals of 40 and
varsity team will play until Feb- For Handball up the Jax team, were unsuccessful varsity games in eight days. 30 points, respectively. As for
ruary 5 when they enter the in their pre-final regional Last Friday and Saturday the
I The Intramural season of Handball I attempts in the ring. coach O. G. Richerson's summa-
Sixth Naval District Championship Fliers paid a visit to Moody for
tion as to the outcomes the
here at NAS. It is estimatedthat is nearing the midway mark Coach of the Jacksonville Jacksonville's first hard court
dit for the wins go to ."team
14 teams are expected to with Dr. "J." Hilger of Hospitaland fighters, Ray Paquette of VAP62 action since losing its opening spirit both on the floor and the

take part in the district clash. Roger Chaffee of VAP-62 is acting as the Regional game to Bermuda two weeks bench."
Thus far this season the Jax Team's trainer during the All- ago, 62-60. This time, howeverthe
leading in the quarter-finals of The ensuing three weeks will
team has been comprised of a Navy tourney which is scheduledto Jax team not only tasted vic-
be equally as busy as the past one
slim seven-man squad. "This is the singles division. The two- end tomorrow. tory once, but twice, downing its for the Fliers as they preparefor

far from ample", says team some leading in the double host 63 to 55 and 81 to 69. the Sixth Naval District play

manager-player Mosier. He reit- bracket are Parker Towel andE. Bowling DeadlineDeadline Hopes of beating Moody, recent offs scheduled for February 16-

erated that experienced playersto R. McDonough of Hospital. Albany Invitational Basket 21 at Charleston, S.C.
strengthen the team's rosterare for IM Bowling ros- ball Tournament Champs, seemed

welcome to tryout. Towel and McDonough de- ters for 1963 is tomorrow. Entries slim. Especially with the absencesof UF Tees

feated R. H. Lagassee and K. L. must be turned into the Athletic two big men, Dan Schniederof Friday;
Thomas, Somers, Office, Bldg. 3, by 1630. Thus VAP-62 and Jim Cramer of
Julie of VP-30 by of 21-9 Military
games far 36 entries have been received FAETU. But, the fine defensive Tourney
Byrd Lead TeamsIn and 21-10 to rank them in the with play expected to get under- performances by Bill Simpson of Begins Monday

Cage Triumphs semi-finals spot. way on February 4. VP-18 and the play-making ag- -
I The Jax Navy varsity golf
Admin, VP-7 and Supply took team tees off against the varsity

cage victories in last Monday linksters from the University of

night's start of the second roundof Florida tomorrow at 1200 to begin -

IM hard court play at the the 1963 season. A return

Mainside gym.Meeting ul Yt match will be held at Gainesvilleon

VAP-62, VP-7 won by February 8.

only a 10-point spread, 51 to 41. 3 b Golfers are reminded that
High man for VP-7 was Joe R +
Monday begins the Station Mil-
Thomas with 25 points.
itary Championship, to all
second : x Ys'J open
Admin broke lose in the .
active duty military personnel.The .
half of its game, defeating Boat!
first match will conclude on
Branch, 62-39. Lee Somers led
February 9 with the second
the Admin scoring with 16 points.
match running from February
In the nightcap, Supply downed 10-16; the third match from Feb-

newly formed ComFairJax, 74 to ruary 17-23; and the finals from

19, winning its ninth straight February 24 through March 3.

game. Leading the Supplymenwas Entry information can be obtained -
Terry Byrd with 25 points. from NAS Golf Pro Joe Mac
z Donald at the 19th
IM basketball opened last Mon- Hole Club
House.In .
day at NATTU with two games

being played in Rosendahl gym. f 1916 St. Viator (Ind.) de-

MAD One's team, behind a feated "Lane College (Chicago)

15-point effort by Chuck Thomas, in one of football's highest scor-

took a towering 45-21 victory ing games, 205-0. Leo Schlick
over Support Services, while ARBOR DAY TRADITIONALISTS-Members of Ihe Jacksonville Officers' Wives Golf Asso- paced the victors by scoring 12
the Jaxon Lancers Drill Team ciation gather around the first of 28 dwarf trees their association donated to the NAS Golf
Course last Friday January 18-Florida'! Arbor Day. In keeping with tradition on this day of and kicking 28 of 29
put away their rifles long enoughto tree planting. Wives' Chairman Mrs. F. E. Lusk prepares for ,the initial planting. NAS Golf extra points, for a gamescoringrecord.
win over MAD Three, 34-25. Pro Joe MacDonald (right) and course green superintendent Lew Chaff accept the donors' gifts. .

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24 January 1963 JAX AIR NEWS Page SNAVY

WIVES CLUB member Mrs. Vivian Wagner assists
M.. H. Craft ADJC of ComFairJax Staff in renewing his Florida Toughened Article 15
license plates, while Mrs. Lois Wolf makes out a receipt. The
Wives Club is selling Florida tags at Bldg. 40 (next to Bank)
now through February 19 from 0800 to 1600.2 Will Take Effect Feb.1

The amended Article 15 of the Uniform Code of Military
Justice becomes effective Feb. 1. It gives commanding officers -

the authority to impose more severe company punish-
ment than was previously nossible.,

The amended article should who suffer reduction in grade for
benefit minor offenders. It allows '
offenses which might more ap-
the commander to impose
propriately be punished by fine,
appropriate non-judicial punish-
Ei ment for relatively minor, non- restriction or one of the other

criminal offenses which would "bigger sticks" the commanding

have formerly necessitated a officer can wield.

CONGRESS RECOGNIZED that "0" Club Events
many minor offenses were too
serious for the weak penalties of
Friday, January
Article 15 and, last year, passed
k I Public Law 87-648 to put teeth Luncheon 11151345.
into the article.Courtmartial. Happy Hour 1530-1800.

Dinner 1800-2100.
sentences were
often too severe for the offense Walnut Room-VP-30 changeof
and resulted in conviction en- command reception 16001800.St. .
'tries being made in the service Johns Room-VA-35 Party
records of both officers and enlisted 1900.
men. 19th Hole-FAETU Party 1930.

The amended article allows I Dancing in Dining Room with
commanding officers, dependingupon Kay Ryan Trio 2000-2400.

Bluejackets Navy Wives Install their rank and position, to Saturday, January 26
impose longer restrictions, place
Luncheon 1115-1345.
hn Doin'sThursday officers in arrest in quarters, order -
correctional custody for en- Happy Hour 1530-1800.

January 24 Officers SaturdayJacksonville listed members, Impose forfei- I Annex-FAW 11 Party.

Dining and Dancing. tures or detention of pay for all Walnut Room-VF-174 Party

Friday, January 25 ranks, and reduce rates of en- 1830.
Navy Wives Club 86 will hold their six-
Dance featuring Phil Cay and teenth annual installation dinner-dance Saturday evening listed members. Dinner 1800-2100.

the Chantels, 2100-0100. at 1900, at the Robert Meyer Hotel. THE AMENDED ARTICLE Dancing in Dining Room with

Saturday,January 26 The 1963 Officers-Mrs. Henry ton, NAS Commanding Officer.He contains many safeguards. If the Charlie Jay 2130-0030.

Dance featuring Carl Boyd Wernet, President; Mrs. William will talk on, 'The Navy and offender feels he has been pun- Sunday, January 27
and the Rhythm Kings, 2000- Reese, Vice President; Mrs. Bill the Individual". Captain and ished unjustly or too severelyhe Brunch 1115-1345.
2400. Rhodes, Treasurer; Mrs. John Mrs. Compton are sponsors of may appeal. He may demand
trial by court-martial in lieu of Family Buffet 1800-2100.
Sunday, January 27 Day, Recording Secretary; Mrs. "Navy Wives Club Jax 86".
Dance Harvey Brannan, Chaplain and Article 15 (except for persons Monday, January 28
featuring March Wilson
Mrs. Parliamen- Invited guests are Rear Ad- attached to or embarked on a
Joseph Skapyak
and the Red Coats, 2000-2400. tarian will be installed, at a miral and Mrs. J. M. Carson, vessel). In addition the punish- Luncheon 1115-1345.
Monday, January 28 candlelight ceremony. Captain and Mrs. E. W. Parrish, ments, including reductions in Oriental Room-J.O.W.C. Board
Dining and Dancing. Jr., Commander and Mrs. W. J. grade, may be suspended at the meeting 0900.

Tuesday, January 29 COMMANDER ROBERT W. Schub, Commander and Mrs. R. time they are imposed, or at any Happy Hour 15301800.
RADCLIFFE. NAS Chaplain will W. Radcliffe, Lieutenant Bess time within four months after Dinner 1800-2100.
Happy Hour, 1700-1800.
be the Installing Officer. Bryant, Mrs. Kenneth Smith, imposition.
Dining and Dancing. Game Night 2130.
Southeast Regional Vice Presi-
Wednesday, January 30 Guest speaker for the eveningwill dent, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mulli- Suspended punishments bring Tuesday, January 29
Game Night-2000. be Captain James R. Compy..44u.vsn'.yYx.Yr nex, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel V. I with them a probationary periodof Luncheon 1115-1345.
not more than six months. If
Casino and Lieutenant and Mrs.E. I
.,. ,
!M (:IYh %x}MyM1 during that time the offender Happy Hour 15301800.
K. Nielesen.
demonstrates that he is deserv- St. Johns Room-All Wives
AWARDS WILL BE presentedto ing, the punishment can be re- bridge 1230.
members by Mrs. Jerald mitted. If not the punishmentwill AFMA Luncheon-1115.
Wolf, Points Chairman. be enforced.
Dinner 18002100.St. .
Special awards will be
sented to board members by Mrs. While the article looks more Johns Room-D u p 11 cat e
severe at first glance, it is expected Bridge 2000.
James H. Franklin, Past Vice
to provide long range
President and Mrs. Henry Wer- benefits to all service members. Wednesday, January,30
net, President.
Some Army people estimate it Luncheon 1115-1345.

"The Lord's Prayer," will be will reduce summary courts- Happy Hour 1530-1800.
sung by Miss Mary Sidney, so- martial by 75 per cent, thus Dinner 1800-2100.
loist, accompanied by Mrs. Rob- sparing some 30,000 soldiers the
ert Lambing, pianist.CandleHghters possibility of having a: convic- Thursday, January 31
tion entered on their record. Luncheon 1115-1345.
for the installa-
c- tion ceremony will be Mrs. Paul The new article will also lower I Happy Hour 1530-1800.
Day and Mrs. Donald Kerk- the number of enlisted men Dinner 1800-2100.

Installation Chairman is Mrs.
James H. Franklin and the Committees -
are Mrs. Henry Kernet,
Mrs. Paul Day, Mrs. John Day,
Mrs. Joseph Skapyak, Mrs. Harvey -
Brannan and Mrs. William

: ,. Reese.

Music for dancing will be i'i'f

provided by the NAS Jax Navy :

r Band. .
r : ,
Hostesses for the evening will

be Mrs. Martin Scully, Mrs. Ber-

SNOW BIRD HEADING SOUTH-Completely engu1ped( ) nard Smith, Mrs. James Whitley, ;
in lEe fuselage cavity of an Air Force C-124 Globemaster, this Mrs. George Juno, Mrs. Jesse r/1; /VOiL:
fully winterized helicopter is lashed down prior to its carrier's N
departure from NAS Jax January 16 for Antarctica. The new Bush, Mrs. John Garrigus, Mrs. HAPPY OCCASION for William L. Parks (center) is his
LH.34D arrived at NAS O&R: December 29 for a two-week cold Joseph Spencer, Mrs. Jerald promotion to Commander on Friday. January 18. Offering con
weather face-lifting which will enable it to operate with the gratulation are Capt. James R. Compton NAS Commanding
Navy's Operation Deepfreeze Task Force. Improvements included Wolf, Mrs. Paul Jones, Mrs. Officer and Cdr. Thomas C. Deans Operations Officer. Cdr.
installation of specially designed heating equipment, electronicgear Diane Wiggins, Mrs. Jerome Parks entered the Navy in December of 1942 and was commissioned
and fuel tanks. The MATS Globem,.sler was scheduled: to an ensign after attending Aviation Cadet School. H*
fly directly to McMurdo Sound on the "Ice". Forrest and Mrs. Earl Snyder. I is th* Station Meteorological Officer.r .


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Page NEWS January 1963

} a. MSfUOWAVAJLABLE New Leadership ManualIs

% $' Now Available HereThe

k k5iq Bureau of Naval Personnel Leadership Field Team,
Jacksonville, has announced availability of the new Leader-

ship Manual (NAVPERS 15934)) for use within all naval

commands interested in leadership improvement.

Caribbean and Panama. The
VAN, senior member of the team
team is located in Bldg. 40 here.
t 'L stated that the new Manual
> .; '.}.'.' }i Sc 5 rY.o ,r' combines the best of all leader- Leadership services providedby

ship material produced in recent the team include command
p { '?R
G; (2 kaAa > .a 'M.< t} counseling, leadership presenta-
? lL 4 ; k h5;; > bringing them under one
} 'w
v g
tions of discussion lead-
edh .. and training
cover for ready
8.: % $ .5.
v. ers and conducting area semi-

; $ Y use.Complete coverage of such nars. Strictly an advisory group,
the team does not inspect, nor
subjects as leadership: Why and
does it make official
reports on
How; Balanced Efforts in Com-
visit.. Team members do ob-
mand Leadership; Five Steps to
IIy. serve units closely and are readyto
Effective Naval Leadership;
with informal counsel
Checks for Personal Leadership;
How to Conduct a Leadership
Discussion; Standard Naval SERVICE OF THE TEAM may

E : Leadership Discussion Outlines; be obtained by letter request

Use of Case and Non-Case Study directly to the team in accord-

Newest Leadership poster is viewed by Cdr. Doles and Chief Broom. Films; The U.S. Code of Con- ance with BUPERS Instruction

duct is contained in the Manual. 5390.2A.In .
Census Taker "How
: many
The Leadership Field Team addition to the senior mem-
Si shels of corn did you raise last
Your America year?" commenced operations here dur- ber, other team members include
ing September 1962, providing Commander Thomas K. Doles,

Kentuckian: "Didn't bushel it, I services to naval commands in Melton E. Broom, YNCS, and
I the Southeast United States,
bottled it.
(AFPS American Heritage Foundation feature)
THIS YEAR, countless motor tourists in the U.S.A. will be
traversing trails that go back before Columbus' time trod first
not by Indians but by buffalo, or bison. The Indians themselves
followed paths beaten by bison in their migrations to and frotfl
seasonal grazing grounds and salt licks. Their unerring courses 4
anticipated the routes of the transcontinental highways and rail-

roads.Herds once roamed a third of what's now the United States
and Canada, but were most numerous on Western prairies. For
centuries the tribesmen who inhabited -
t the Great Plains based the"I
both their migratory mode of
life and religion upon the bison.
.. Lacking horses and guns, and
hunting the animals only when
fir,. 't'K necessary for food and clothing,
:'" they did not deplete the buffalo
population to any serious extent.
They killed i by stalking, by
?' stampeding herds over cliffs, by
'' driving small numbers into trapsor
pits. "I
\ The coming of white men
a with i horses and rifles. who ,
slaughtered buffalo needlessly
\ wiped out this most typicallv !ii..<*:<:i):.:::::::::::::;::: \t. .@;<._t: "-f.:.;:?..... .v- ,;....... ..... ..........
American of animals east of the INSPECTING THE OPERATION of the NAS Commissaryis

r Intricate design worked Mississippi before 1875. In 1900 Time To Renew Maj.) Gen. Thomas B. Evans (center), Director Defense Sub
in vegetable dye on blsdn only: about! 1.500 bison renamed, sistence Supply Center Chicago Ill. He visited the Jax area
where) there millions.In .
once were
robe of Dakota brave. lad Friday. Here he observes James T. Thomas AN operatingthe

Auto RegistrationsIt's pricer machine. Looking on is Lt. Cdr. Dan G. Frank OinC

Commissary Store.
that time of year again

early days time to renew automobile I This requirement, however, requirement is outlined in NAS
western railroadsran registrations both with the State does not affect automobile own- Jacksonville Notice 5112 of Jan.

enable excursions men to to and Station. ers registered in Duval County. 10, '63.

enjoy a day of Persons who have privately The procedures and processingof
In looking for a good place to
killing bison. owned vehicles here on NAS the Annual Registration of
stop while out motoring, don't
shown left.Earliest Jacksonville, registered outsideof Private Vehicle forms ((6ND NAS
overlook the railroad crossings.The .
Duval County Fla. Jax Form being
r are required 5512/1) are
1 1e
to register or reregisterfor handled on the NAS departmentand way to find out what a

llluslra- 1963 with Station traffic of- tennant command levels. man is, is to watch him when he
t i tion of bison ficials. Full compliance of this annual gets in a tight place.
+-t1 printed in 15S8.MifcmiM .

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United States Armed

Forces Institute (USAFI) has States. ;
announced a new course, His- USAFI describes it as an r V3t/ar'o: %q.ri yt.
tory of,, the Middle East (A up to-date study of the lands,

465). It is similar to residence peoples, culture and institutions 5'05 5} ':f(.t%}.'
courses in Middle Eastern his- of the lands stretchingacross

tory given by civilian institu North Africa and West-
tions. ern Asia from Morocco to

The new course is the only Afghanistan.The HARD HATS-Capt. James n. Complon NAS Commanding Officer reads the certificate
correspondence course in this course will' soon be promoting Wilber T. Cosligan. AECA of Aircraft M.-.irienance Dept. and Kelmer Story CSCA
subject available in the United available at the CI&E Center. Galley One to E-7's in ceremonies held last Wed nesday. The new chiefs are in the last increment
to be promoted as a result of successfully completing in the February 1962 service wide exams.6' .

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