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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 28, 1962
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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American Heritage Page 2


X Marines Prepare Page 3


Sports Page 4
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Vol. 20 No. 46 U. S. NAS Jacksonville Florida State Dept. Official Page 6
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Inspector General of the U.S. Marine Corps, Brigadier r
General Thomas Felton Riley will arrive at NAS Jax on '

Sunday, March 3, for the annual review of troops on duty

*x a. in the Jacksonville Navy complex. (See Story page 3.)

Greeting the General and his ___ _
staff will be Colonel Frank R. <:::

4 ? \A b-V ;' \ Porter, Jr., Commanding Officer .,. .{{I;::

of the Marine Air Reserve Train- >:":

ing detachment, and senior Ma- (

rine. officer in the Jacksonvillearea. :::':\\1 !

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THE INSPECTING TEAM con- < '. 4 \] ,
FIRST 100.PERCENTERS the Navy Audit Office at NAS Jax goes the honor as the first sists of Colonel Glen E. Martin, )t it
unit to achieve 100% participation in the current National Health Agencies and Joint Crusade +
fund drive. Although a small unit numerically, the Audit Office has most of its men on the road Lieutenant Colonel Charles A. j :? .I .1:1:: r
and in the field who will not be here during th e course of the drive but who nevertheless have House and Captain Michael A.
mailed in their contributions. Contributions are being sought from Navy military and civilian per- Sophos. I,
sonnel in the Jax area for six health agencies and three international agencies of the Joint Cru >
sade. In photo are three of the eight man unit along with Cdr. E. F. Hodge campaign chairman During his two-day visit to the : : I
for the NAS command, (L to R) are Lt. Walt Malzahnj Enos Harnden keyman Cdr. Hodge and area, General Riley will inspect
Tom Morgan.
the supply, administrative and


Admin. Bldg.! Fire 3 MAD Marines Cited rines.Jax military and readiness NAS Cecil of Field the NAS Ma- Yz> Brig. Gen. Riley


Burns !lawman! For Cuban Crisis Part The General assumed his cur- he

I rent post as Inspector General of after was promoted to
A Navyman suffered third de- Four Marines assigned duty with the Marine Aviation i the Marine Corps in July of 1961. colonel.

gree burns during a fire which Detachment Supply Section has been awarded a Meritorius He received his appointment as a Colonel Riley subsequently
remained
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broke out in the Main Admin- Mast by their commanding officer for their part in the second lieutenant in July 1935. .1 in Norfolk as the Engineer -
Cuban Crisis.
istration Building here Tuesday I Shortly after the U.S. entered Officer of the Atlantic Fleet
By GySgt Wes Ward USMC
afternoon.The I World War II he was promotedto Marine Force. He was next assigned -
GySgt Fred Anthes, NCO in
ity and professional ability." He the rank of major, and was to Marine Corps Head-
sailor charge of the Supply section
was burned when ,
Cpl William H. Howell, assistant praised the men for giving up the executive officer and com- quarters in Washington in 1952.
vapors from a can of duplicating their weekends and evening to manded a number of engineering -
NCO in charge of clothing sales This was followed by his assignment -
liquid, used in duplicating machines meet the ships pulling into May- battalions and amphibious
and Bernard G.
Cpl Wambaugh, to the Marine Corps
were accidentally ignited. port Naval Station with the Fleet parties in the Pacific. For his
armorer and truck driver were Base at Camp LeJeune, N.C., and
Marines put to sea during the war-time endeavors he
received
The can exploded and the flames commended by Lieutenant Colo- Cuban Crisis. later at Camp Pendleton, Calif.,

enveloped the sailor, who was nel P. F. Avant, Jr. Commanding several awards including the Le- where he was the assistant 1st
Officer of MAD. SSgt William He particularly cited GySgt gion of Merit with Combat "V"
Division commander. He
working in the mail room of the Parker was previously recom- Anthes who organized with SSgt and the Bronze Star Medal with was
Yard Mail office at the time. promoted to his present rank of
mended and became the Serviceman Parker, a mobile clothing sales Combat "V. in
brigadier general 1959.
The burned sailor is in serious of the Month last December unit to resupply elements of the By the war's end he was pro- July

condition at the Naval Hospital.His for his part in the supply opera- 2nd Marine Division deployed moted to lieutenant colonel and After a tour on Okinawa he

tion during the same period.IN from Camp Lejeune during the served on Guam and at Barstow, was assigned as Inspector Gen-
name is being withheld pend- crisis. The MAD section
supply Calif. He was graduated from eral of the Marine Corps.
ing notification of next of kin. A LETTER TO THE Ma- furnished the visiting Marines
the Armed Forces Staff Collegeat General Riley is a native of
rines, LtCol Avant said, "you with many thousands of dollars
Damage to the building and Norfolk, Va., in January 1951 Harrisonburg and Winchester, Va.
have constantly displayed the worth of clothing, shoes and

equipment was negligible, Navy highest characteristics of loyalty, other equipment, saving the Ma-

officials reported. lovot'on\' to duty leadership abil- rine Corps many dollars.
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:rv.rr.vr "Your action in an emergency,"

LtCol Avant said, "are typical of

the abilities displayed daily by

yogi all. Your accomplishmentsare .
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a credit to yourself and to y f S'r y .
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.F the Marine Corps." ,
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THE SUPPLY SECTION trucks (' r.y nJp

here made daily, sometimes as ,' ; _ _

many as three trips to Mayport

loaded with clothes and other

items needed to keep the Marinesin

fighting shape should they be .;j v..Y
called on to land during the crisis. p


NX To Open


<. Coin LaundryA

S new Navy Exchange coin

operated laundry facility is expected :: +

to open on Monday,
March 11 in Bldg. 412 on Alle-
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gheny Road (NATTU Area),

The new facility is conveniently -
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4 located to the enlisted housingand :

ry, r NATTU Barracks areas and DOUBLE DUTY Moments after these twin sister Waves
will feature modern coin stepped into the Jax Air News office to check in. the News staff
oper- were rubbing their eyes thinking they were seeing double. .
t' ated washers, dryers and dry and we were. The 18 year old twins are Gerry and Cherry
cleaning machines. A pick-up McGraw, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McGraw of Sunflower.
LOCAL MARINES CITED-LtCol. P. F. Avant Jr. con. station for finished laundry and Miss. Both are graduates of the Personnelman School at Bainbridge ,
gratulates Cpl William H. Howel after presenting him with a Md., and both are assigned to the NAS Personnel Office.
letter and Meritorious Mast. GySgt Fred Anthes (left) and Cpl dry cleaning and vending ma- Oh, yes, Gerry is on the left. .or is it Cherry? Really, it's
Bernard G. Wambaugh (center) received their prior to Howell'i. chines will also be provided. Gerry. Seeing' beUevingIw I Ir

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NAS, Jacksonville

CAPT J. R. Compton .......................................................... Commanding Officer
'CDR Walter J. Schub ..........................*,.......r.......................... Executive Officer
Fleet Air Jacksonville NAB 6ND

RADM Joseph M. Canon .......................:;..:\................................... Commander ))
CAPT Vincent Casey ......................................I........................_".. Chief of Staff 1\<'( .
Fleet Air Wing Eleven :i '"
CAPT Gllb.rt J. Frauenhelm ............................................................ Commander ?fAWt<
CAPT Andrew H. Cowart .................................................... Chief Staff Officer :
Naval Air Technical Training Unit : ;: ....
CAPT Hartstl D. Allen ........................................................ Commanding Officer
COH Eugene F. Verdery ............................................................ Executive Officer VIP LUNCHEON held lad Wednesday at the CPO Club featured .Ish Brant Superintendentof
Navel Hospital Public Instruction. Duval County, as guest speaker (third from left) He spoke on the public

CAPT J. M. Manner ................................................................ Commanding Officer school system and cited future plans for the forthcoming year. Other guests and club officials
CAPT Stephen H. Tollna ............................................................ Executive Officer were: CWO Steve CowelL RCN: Capt H. D. Allen. NATTU Commanding Officer Cdr. Walter J,
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Schub NAS Executive Officer: Colin Armson. CPO. RCN, Mike Lenahan AQC Club President,

CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. ..................................................r. Commending Officer and Bill Seymore.. ATCS NAMTG Vice President.
eDit William M. Miller .. ........................................................ Executive Officer
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at no I Divine Services
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958. I AMERICAN HERITAG
Distributed weekly free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air ; PROTESTANT
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing
? It is
0830-Holy Communion. All What is our American Heritage many tangible]
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U. S. Naval Hospital.
LCDR Ralph D. McClure ........................ ... Service Information Officer Saints' Chapel1030Naval things like hotdogs, popcorn and hoedowns that cameo
Andrew H. Planey' ........................ Aslsstant Service Information Officer Hospital Chapel ; us through our history. Our heritage is also made up oi
Editor-Mae Spencer, J01; Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone, J01; Staff- 0930-Service of Divine Worship intangible things handed down to us to keep and cheris
Robert Dodds, SA; Ruth Anne Roberts, SA.
Member. of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and International All Saints' Chapel as sacredly American.
Councils of Industrial Editori. 1100-Service of Divine Wor- WITHOUT DOUBT THE MOST But to Americans these free

The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Meterlal ship, All Saints' Chapel precious part of our heritage is doms form the basic, vital con]
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing cerdit Is given. Photo- freedom. If we had not ralliedto of our heritage and are the]
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone CATHOLICSunday
freedom's cause in 1776, foundation'' of our way of life]
graphs unless otherwise credited, are official I U.S. Navy Photographs '
1812 1917 1941 and 1950 that Without them would have ml
extensions 8164, 656, 272, or 8161. I / we
0630-Naval Hospital Chapel part of our heritage might well heritage. Without them there!

SEAPOWERSome 0900 & 1200-St. Edwards have vanished. If it had vanishedit would be no America. Let us

Chapel. might well have destroyed the guard them well.

rest of our heritage.
of the accomplishments of the members of the Weekdays

Naval Air Reserve during the Cuban crisis have been out- Monday Through Friday Men and women in uniform, Can You Qualify?
above all others should
lined by the Department of :Defense.r; 0630-St. Edwards Chapel never
become complacent, for freedomis
MEMBERS OF THE NAVAL 1615-King Hall. Daily except Each the of the I
volunteered for special assign- a perishable condition to be year Secretary
AIR Reserve logged more than: Thursday. is entitled to I
Navy appoint a
zealously guarded. Servicemen
; ments in Atlantic Fleet Oper-
775 hours in
and
logistics flights
ational Control Centers where Saturday stand in the forward line of large number of Regular Navy

some 350 hours of surveillance they served in an active duty 0800-St. Edwards guardians of freedom across the and Marine Corps, and Reserve!
flying along the eastern seaboardand
personnel to the United State|
I9OO-Klng Hall globe.
training status as Operational
the Gulf of Mexico.
Control Watch Officers. Confessions are heard from Throughout our history the Naval Academy. If you are sin-
Over
620,000 pounds of cargo, interested I
and than 1900-2000 and before Masses.on task of guarding and perpetuatingthe cerely in obtaining a
more 1,000 passengerswere
I
valued education the
at Academy
four basic
Lenten ServicesThe freedoms has been
transported over 122,000 March 6. Other to officer
Wednesday, the prior becoming a career -
most important responsibilityof
miles. The Reserve fliers com- NAS Chaplains have announced Chaplains will deliver the sermonon those in the service. These you are urged to establish!
puted the time as part of their
the schedule of servicesfor forthcoming Wednesdays. four freedoms freedom of your eligibility.
weekend drills and two week
active duty training periods.The the Lenten season. Catholic weekday Masses are speech, freedom to worship, Minimum requirements demand
Protestant Mid-week services set for 0600 at St. Edward's Cha-
freedom form want and freedom that only single men, aged 17 j
Reservists were from Naval will be held on Wednesday eve- pel; 1205, Hospital; 1615, King' from fear head the list of through 20, who have graduated!
air activities at South Wey- nings at 1900. Lcdr. Howard E. Hall NATTU and 0800
Saturday, gifts that are our heritage as from high school or attained a I
mouth, Mass.; New York City; Waters NAS will St. Edwards'
Chaplain preach Chapel. Americans. specified high school GED test!
Lakehurst, N.J.; Willow Grove,
Pa. Andrews AFB HOW MANY OF THESE score, and have a combined GCT|
; Washington,
D.C.; Norfolk, Va.; Jacksonville S 0 P I 1 FREEDOMS do the people of and ARI of 118, will, be consid-

Fla.: New Orleans, La.; and LK ITh the Communist world enjoy? ered.

Glenview, Ill. Few indeed. DID YOU KNOW THAT THE I

THE PLANES USED DURING Academy's traditions date to its

these operations were P2H; Nep- Violation/ Record founding in 1845 by Secretary of

tune patrol bombers and S2A the Navy George Bancroft; that

Tracker antisubmarine aircraft Station TrafficThe its location has been maintainedon

and transports.The the Severn River in Anna-

Reserves are credited following is a report of polis, Maryland, except for the

sighting and reporting 190 dif- motor vehicle accidents and Civil War years, 1862-1865 whenit

ferent foreign surface and traffic violations for the per- was removed to the relative

derwater craft, including mer-un- ". So I says to him ." iod February 16 through Feb. safety of Newport, Rhode Island; \

chant ships, Russian trawlers .ruary 22.NUMBER. and that the rigorous education I

and fishing factories, Russian OF ACCIDENTSThis afforded by this fine institutionhas

merchant ships, a Russian elec- week. .. ... .....8 helped to keep our Navy |
abreast of the needs of the times
tronic ship, and an "unidentified"submarine. Total Accidents this

In addition, numerous through Feb. 22 year. .33 by producing versatile, dedicated
'
"probable" submarine contacts leaders who now can specialize
ThI'- Number of Accidents through
in the sciences of the humanities.
were made.In February 1962 ."....., ." .31
addition to the airborne
NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE Preliminary screening examin-
support, some 50 air reservists
\ LAST INJURY IN MOTOR ations for Navy and Marine

e VEHICLE ACCIDENT .". ,. 56 Corps men who seek appointment
by the Secretary of the
Drivers PrayerGod NUMBER OF
VIOLATIONSThis
Navy will be held in July. Ap-

give me health and week ....... .................75 plications for this test must be

common sense to drive the Speeding .........."....................17 filed early. All candidates who

way I ought," To watch the Reckless Driving .......... .,... 3 successfully compete in the pre-
road and follow all the rulesI
liminaries otherwise
and
have been Going through Stop Sign .5 who are
taught. I will
approved will be assigned to the
observe the signs that say Other Violations ............ .50 Bain-
Naval Preparatory School,
to stop or lessen speed, And I" Sixty three drivers appeared bridge, Maryland, for an intens-
when some child appears a- before the Traffic
Hearing ive period of study before com-
head, I will take special heed.I Board at the
meeting held on peting in the Academy entrance
will be careful at each turn, February 25. Disposition of the examination.If .

of motions that I make, And I IiMaruwo. cases include the following:

let the other drivers know the eight lost driving and parking you meet these basic re-

course that I would take. I privileges aboard station, 21 quirements and are interested in

will be mindful of the wheel, were assigned to an eighthourcourse living up to your capabilities, in

the pedals on the floor, The I in driving instructions; receiving an outstanding educa-

shift, the mirror, instruments; 24 were given suspended pen- tion while preparing to become a

the tightness of the door. I. alties; 20 were given warnings; career officer, and in serving our

promise to be sober, God, and I one was dismissed and eight nation. take the helm of your

always drive my best, Just r-- were referred to commanding own career, and act now. Visit
T
give me health and common officers for possible disciplinary the Career Information and Ed-

and I will do the ucation Center 955 to obtain -
rest. Bldg.
sense, action. ,
So I says to him details.



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28 February 1963 JAX AIR NEWS a Page 3



Marines Prepare Year-Long

I

Toward Annual InspectionMarines



here at NAS Jax,

MARTD and MAD have been

applying that extra coat of 1CRITICAL

shoe polish and buffing the

brass to its ultimate shine in

preparation for the visit of

their Inspector General, Brig-

adier General Thomas F

Riley.

ACTUALLY. PREPARATIONfor

this annual event takes place

nearly every day for the Jax

Marine. To assure he is grasping

every detail of his training he EYES of these instructors watch each Marine's

tXf.k applies his knowledge twice a move during field tactical and squad drill maneuvers, scoring
them accordingly. They are (L to R) Sgt John Moore, Sgt
year against examinations and Thomas Williams, Sgt John Matson and GySgt John Darakajsan.
testing.
ARM AND HAND SIGNALS are given Marines in the field
Brawn is not the deciding fac-
by Sgt. W. P. Dean. Such motions are used by combat forces. These semi-annual General Mil- :
itary Subjects and Proficiency I tor, however, as 50 per cent of
the total score rests on the Ma
examinations
to
are designed I
Pub. Relations DevelopsUnderstanding keep the Marine not only men- rine's practical application and

tally alert but in a state of I academic knowledge of militaryand

MoraleBy physical readiness at all times. I proficiency subjects .35
per cent on his daily performance -
There are four major field and five per cent each on

Andrew H. Planey sense took shape and direction problems he must satisfactorily physical readiness, rifle score,

Putting the best foot for- about 1906, springing almost full complete as well as' an academic bearing and neatness.
ward through a planned} pub- phase which is a written test.
born
from the of
son a Georgia There are 139 enlisted Barracks ,
lic relations not only Wrapping the exam period of
up
program minister and a graduate of Marines who will meet General TEAM EFFORT Workingout
favorable image out- usually two weeks is the physical
creates a Princeton, Ivy Lee, Feagin dis- Riley Monday while his teams inspect a tactical skill problem be-

side the organization, but closed. Lee, along with others of.. endurance training. spaces, uniforms, and equip- fore going into the field are

does much to stimulate and his time, observed that the busi- WHILE TESTING in the field ment. (L to R) Marine Cpl Paul Trippi

improve communicationswithin ness policies of that day, secrecy the instructors score the Marineon Commanding Officer of the Ma- and LCpl's Charles Floyd Ed.

the organization.THIS and silence, were breeding dis- his performance in squad rine Barracks here is Lieutenant ward Brumbaugh and Stanley
WAS ONE OF THE prin- trust and hindering co-operate drills, his knowledge of hand and
Colonel Joseph S. Heitzler. He is Houghton.
cipal points of good public relations growth, Feagin disclosed. Lee, I arm signals used during combat,
three staff officers
supported by ,
in management impartedto asserted Feagin, concluded that how well he ,maneuvers under mand of Lt. Col. Percy F. Avant

members of Jax Chapter 40 in order to be understood, public simulated live-fire team tactics Captains George Wickman and and those of Marine Air Reserve

of the Armed Forces Manage- organizations should "open their and the care, assembly and dis- Milton Bevis and First Lieutenant Training Detachment, Col. F. R.

ment Association last Tuesday by books" so to speak and take their assembly of the 45 caliber serv- Daniel Cone.Leathernecks Porter, Jr., commanding, will also

Robert Feagin, vice president and case directly to the people. ice pistol and the M-l and M-14 of Marine Avia- be inspected by the IG team dur-
I
director of public relations for LEC'S "OPEN DOOR POLICY", rifles. tion detachment here, under com- ing the general's visit.
the Florida Publishing Company.
Feagin recalled, was initially ignored -
Feagin spoke to the group at
but when the anthracite
its mothnly meeting held at the
coal industry sought help in im- F
Officers Club."Whenever .
proving its relations with the _
a large or small
public, it was to Lee the coal
corporation finds itself at loose 'Ir .. :5 4v ?C. Ni .%X' 4f X,t { 44 Y47:} '. AC"k lp nyyNrifiy, :+ }
men went for help. It was during
ends and moves off in uncoor-
this association that Lee brought
dinated directions, with a corre-
forth his "declaration of principles -
sponding loss of efficiency and
," which is one of the cor-
profit, it must look first to its K 4 q.bb' f' 44'q f.
nerstones of modern public rela-
lines of communications. There
tions. Lee's declaration was that
be efficiency without
can no
the public was no longer to be
team work a coordinated plan of
ignored or fooled. It was to be
attack and sure knowledge that
informed. This method has with-
the management team has a
stood the test of time and appliestoday's
of the overall
complete grasp
organization's as well,,
problem and that all minds are
Feagin commented.Lee .
pointed in the same direction. K::'' As:f f fb

Anything less than this concept was the man, history shows,

means breakdown and failure", who altered the public image of

Feagin said, in emphasizing the John D. Rockefeller Sr., from a

great need for public relations in grasping, greedy capitalist to a

today's management programs. kindly old gentleman who gave I

PUBLIC RELATIONS.COM- newly minted dimes to shoe shine r

MUNITY COMMUNICATIONSthe boys and millions to philanthropiccauses.

art of making friends, or what- .

ever you want to call it, is as The Florida Publishing Com- t 4-Sy >' 4 ,

old as the handshake itself, Fea. pany executive commented that
out. He called it "a
gin pointed one would have to look no further wcx xsa4v<64j
enthusiasm anda Ha Z
blend of courtesy,
than the relationship betweenthe WEAPONS ASSEMBLY and disassembly is another of the applied examinations being given
desire to develop a
sincere Navy and the community of these Marines by instructors SSgi. R. E. Brown (foreground) and SSgt E. R. Starn. Assemblying the
better understanding of how the Jacksonville for one of the finest .45 pistols and M-l rifles are (L to R) Cpl J. M. Cordeiro, LCpl R. L. Nelson, Cpl R. J. Baily and

other fellow thinks and reacts examples of public relations to LCpl D. G. Philippi.
what he needs and how to sat-
be found anywhere. NARTU Reserve rm. with fireplace. FHA appraisal $650
needs.
isfy those down. EV 97573.

He added that "public rela- House-3 bdrm, garage, price $7,850;
tions is not a science of fact Marines Wives ClubThe ADJ1 Completes '' fj ft'vrffl P SSfc 'SjiS Sft Hi EV 4-6678.

and figures but a blend of known Cedar Hills-3 bdrm, 4} Gl Loan, $69
and intuitive factors, having to do Enlisted Marine Wives 20 Years ServiceRobert FOR SALE per mOl EV 71898.

with man's understanding of man. Club elected new officers for the Earl Proctor, ADJ1, retired Roosevelt Blvd 6301 House trailer, $62 Ortega per mOl Hilli EV-3 76051.bdrm, Equity down

Public relations is founded on year of 1963 at the meeting held recently at the Naval Air A/C, Lot 130, Chief Rabanus. FOR RENT

the belief that truth, accuracy, February 18. The newly elected Reserve Training Unit here. Ortega Hills-3 bdrm, 4J G.I. Loan, Ortega Hills-3 bdrm house, $90 per
and sincerity placed before the officers are: President, Mrs. H. W. Originally from Gainesville, $61.50 per mOl EV 95911. mOl EV 7-6051.

public with a dash of ingenuity, Cowan; Vice-President, Mrs. K. Proctor entered the Navy at Ortega Hills 3 bdrm, 1 11 bath, Fla. Ortega furn, 4 room Bungalow,

sparkle of humor and sprinkle Parham; Secretary, Mrs. R. W. Jacksonville in 1944. In 1949, EV 75457.
a of imagination will best arrive at mith; and Treasurer, Mrs. G. W. after serving six years with the sonville Beach. He also had been lydia Street-Elderly person to room
> and board, 2722 Lydia St.
to the NAS I
the universal goal of acceptanceand Kean. fleet, ,he ,enlisted in the Naval assigned Special House2 bdrm, $65 per mo; 771-

approval." There will be a social meetingat Air Reserve program. Services Department. 5459. ,
of Proctor resides with his wife Riverside-751 King St., 3 rm apt.
Born of press agentry and cir- the club Monday, March 4 at Proctor served the majority ,

cus publicity men, of which P. T. 2000 in Bldg. 572. All enlisted his enlistment at NARTU Jax Lucille, and two daughters, at Adulti.Fairfax Manor-furn cottage; EV 75789.

Barnum, is the obvious example, Marine Wives are invited to..at on Shore Patrol .duty in downtown 1328 14th Avenue North, Jack Post Street-Unfurn apt, $69.50 per mol

public relations in the modern tend. Jacksonville and at Jack- sonville Beach. 3333 Post Street.



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Page 4. JAX AIR NEWS 28 February 1963



JAXAIR NAS To Host Southeast Golf



SPORTS Tournament Here March 7-8


Thirty-three golf teams representing Armed Forces com-
mands in the Southeastern area of the U.S. have been invited -

to NAS Jacksonville to participate in this Station's I

40 Shooters Fire 'first Southeast Military Invitation Golf Tournament, March

EXPECTING TO TAKE PARTare

In Monthly MeetJax 4r : ,g 7Gifford* 15 teams from Air Force

i Wins commands, five from Army posts,
three from Marine Corps stations
monthly pistol
Navy's THE MASTER CLASS was and 10 Naval units.
match held last Sunday gath-
dominated by Virgil Pladid of Links Title
ered nearly 40 shooters from Only one team will representeach
NAS Jax Ordnance who took
Jacksonville, NAS Glynco, Rte. command. Jax Navy's team
first places in the .38, .45 and Third YearLinkster
NAS Cecil Field, NATTU Jax aggregate matches. He came in and teams from the Hospitaland
and NAS Jax. A range spokesman NATTU here are also ex-
second in the .22 match behind Lew Gifford added his
said it was one of the pected to enter.
Joe Galica of VA-44 who drop- name to the NAS Jax Station
with an aver-
finest turnouts
ped only seven points out of a Military Championship Golf tro- The tournament will be con-
age of eight shooters compe- possible score of 600. Galica also phy for the third consecutive year ducted on a five-man team basis,
of the five classes.
each
ting in took three second places.J. last Sunday as he defeated Jerry with only the four lowest scores

M. Bolick of NATTU won Foley at the NAS Golf Course. each round over 36 holes by

NetmenAll the .38 .45 and aggregate matchesin Gifford's score was three and two medal play being counted toward
6ND
the Expert Class while C. L. for the first golf tournament of top honors.
Linza of NAS took the .22 match.In Lew Gifford 1963.
the Sharpshooter Class, TOP SPOT IN THE FIRST TROPHIES WILL BE AWARDED -

Navy ; Southerland of Jacksonville won I Prix Tickets flight was held by Bob O'Neil following the final play
the first place .38 and the aggre- who shot two up over Howard March 8 to the winning team
gate matches but was out scored Couthard. and runnerup team. There will
Loper PlaysIt's by H. A. Dubois of NAS Glyncoin On Sale At Frank Miller led in the second also be individual awards pre-

the .45 match and by L. A. flight and defeated Gus Holz one sented to the winners and run-

been a victory run for Van Auken of NAS Jax Ord- Half Price up while Joe Sirois finished witha nerups as well as to the low

the original Pensacola Volleyball nance in the .22 match.L. four and three ahead of Roy medalist individuals.This .

team and its augmented' E. CANUPP OF NArTU: i Northeast Florida's Sebring, the Reim. is NAS Jacksonville'sfirst

6ND members.First Jax took two first place awardsin third annual Golden, Crown Prix, Winning trophies will be pre- endeavor in programmingand

it was the Sixth Naval the Marksman Class winningthe will be held this weekend, March sented to the golfers on Friday, All-Service tournament of

District Crown. Next, the Atlan- .45 and aggregate matches. 2-3, at the Fernandina Beach Mu- March 8. this nature and Athletic Director
nicipal Airport located 35 miles The next scheduled Station
Championship.And Crowther of Jacksonville took golf
tic Fleet Regional
Frank he has
now, claiming title as All- first place in the .38 match fol- I northeast of Jacksonville.NAS tournament to be held here at McCaffrey says
Navy Champs, the squad is lowed by Raisellis of NAS Cecil SPECIAL SERVICES has NAS will be the Spring Cup on high hopes of it becoming an an-

taking part in the Second World-I Field who won the .22 match.In reduced priced tickets for 50 centson March 1617.Lifesaving. nual event.

Wide Interservice V o 11 e yb a 11'' the Tyro, or beginner class, Saturday and $1 on Sunday.

Championships being held at Colins of the Jax Police Depart- Early registration for the two- Course Begins

Alameda, Calif. The tourney is ment quickly eliminated all com- day program is very active, pro- I

expected to be concluded some- petition by winning the four first mising many cars and drivers At Indoor Pool MondayThe
time today.A place awards. Taking second slated for the Sebring Endurance
places throughout all the matchesin Race later in March. Already reg- arts of tificates
member of this winning many swimming as either Junior or Sen-
team is John Loper of VA-44 this class was L. D. Burnes of istered are several large Porsches, safety will be inaugurated into ior Lifesavers.
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who was picked up when the NAS Jax Ordnance.The a Dino Ferrari, a Chevy Stingray, the activities of the Indoor Pool I
next monthly match is TR-3's, a Lotus Super 7, and a (Bldg. 614)) beginning at 1700,

scheduled for March 24. Maserati.The Monday, March 4, and will be

2.8 mile circuit, consistingof open to all military and depen-

IM Bowling both high-speed straights and dents.
no less than 11 turns, is considered As a training course for Junior
by the utmost of driving and Senior Lifesavers, the two-
StandingFollowing skill. week program will cover the 16

are the standings of THE TRACK LAYOUT affords basic skills of livesaving. These

the top five teams in each of the excellent viewing of the entire include the four methods of car-

Intramural Bowling Leagues: course from the spectator's own ries four ways of approach, four
AMERICAN LEAGUE car. means of breaking holds and four
water defenses. (
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Won Loss 7
Team
Practice starts will begin at 0930on
Chiefs 11 5 Water Safety Instructor for the
with the first
Saturday race
Falcons 8 4 15-hour course will be Chuck I N >
at 1500. On Sunday the races {
SeaBees 10 6 Phillips, the pool supervisor.
will run from 1030 until 1630.
Fireballs 10 6 Graduates of the course will
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Cannon Cockers 7 5 receive Red Cross pins and cer- Cross-Chest Carry
John Loner CONTINENTAL LEAGUE Fliers HaltedAt

Pensacola team first augmented -Team Won Loss
top players after the 6ND play. I Confidential 11 1 6ND TourneyThe HAm SportsRoundup IM BasketballWith

Of the original 6ND team, Flash Bombs 10 2 Jax Navy Fliers basketballteam only one more week left

which nearly swept the Pacific Hornets 8% 3% fell prey to three high scor- of cage play in the American

Coast Regional team into a shut- Cougars 8 4 ing squads in the recent Sixth League of IM Basketball, the
out by 15 wins against one loss, Flying Phantoms IVi 4% Naval District Tournament at Bowling is underway in the race for the top spot goes on.

five are in the Interservice com- NATIONAL LEAGUE Memphis, Tenn., and was elimin- N A T T U Intramural program Three teams are tied for first
petition. They are: Dick Wise- Team Won Loss ated from the finals column.In with MAD #4 on top at 8-0. place and one team behind only

man, Jim Beynon and Joe Stall- Owl Hoots 10 2 their first game of the tour- Top bowler in the league is Eu- by one game.
Sobel of Hospital 9 3 gene A. Petroff, bowling for
Bob
ing of Pensacola,
ney, however, the Jax men were Supply, VAP-62 and VP-7 are
Memphis Navy and Loper of Jax Lucky Seven 6 2 victorious over Memphis Hospital MAD #5. He's the only bowlerin tied for the number one positionin
NARTU 8 4 the who doesn't
Navy.. 73-48. In the following two league carrya the American League with a
Griffins 8 4 handicap and he also holds the
games they lost first to Memphis four and one record. Followingclose
The combined talents of the Jax Navy, 92 to 62, and to NAS Sanford high game and three game series, behind the leaders is Admin

Navy and NAS Cecil Field Volley- Invite Extended 71 to 46. at 225 and 601 respectively. with a three wins, one loss record -

ball teams will travel to the Na- It looks as though the season and VP-18 which has a

tional Volleyball Championships Military By hasn't come to a halt yet, as the Intramural basketball has gone four and two record.

being held at San Antonio, Tex., Jax Judo Club Lancers of NATTU have asked two thirds of the route with the The Air Force team, 679th,
March 6. for a return challenge. The Fliers Jaxon Lancers, near-winners over
Military personnel here at NAS downed the Lancers 58 to 56 in the NAS Fliers, in a tie for first holds the sixth position in the

IM Golfers Meet Jax are extended an open invi- their first meeting.ing with AE "Blue," both 7-0. league while the Marines and
tation from the Jax Navy Judo ComFairJax are on the bottom.
The number three team, at 6-1,
Club to attend free instruction in each week.
For Spring SeasonThe is MAD #4,with MAD #1, MAD
the sport of Judo. Club members take part in sev- Umpires Clinic
#3 and AO Navy tied for fourthat
NAS Athletic Director will The courses will be held on eral tournaments throughout the
hold the first organizational meet- Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri- year such as the recent Olympic 4-4. Forms March 11

ing for the Spring season of Intramural days from 1830 to 2000 in Bldg. Development Tournament held in Present plans call for a four, Plans are in the making to hold

Golf on Wednesday, 726. Tampa, Fla. The next tourney is five or six team double elimina- the first meeting of the IM Soft-

March 6, at 0930 in the Mainside Classes for beginners have also scheduled for March 31 in Cocoa, tion playoff for top spot, depending ball Umpires' Clinic on March 11

gym. be initiated with instruction start- Fla. on final records. at the Mainside gym.





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Phll1p"A8\ pPtectert\ \ for 'this
FIRST HERE-Local No. 11, National Association of Sup.r.visorn .
pl'ugrttm' whene\\ \vas employ" '
Department of Defense, was the first to receive recognU
at NAM Cecil' FipM I, BIMW )brat
ilion here as a supervisory organization on Thursday February
'Ilino hd ha* atlpdited' neVPiAt 1
21. Capt. James R. Compton. NAS Commanding Officer prenenU'
rout rArt+, Among' \them \vp.ke t the
letter of recognition to Nathaniel S. Quarterman Preiident, whileJ. .
Contpltt)11er'e CohffPt\- I\PI\ I t..lllll
W. Andrews, Vice President looks on. Another first of the '
vlllo, t KyjMilp HUI"% fH't CIt1\tlI'u\lel', \ y
local is that it is the oldest affiliated Naval Air Station unit nt the UutfaU\ of Naval WPA +r 3'r.4
throughout the National Association of Supervisors. Local No. 11
'puns; MfliiaRpinphl) Itepotting snit t tKlnrtndrtl
will celebrate their 19th anniversary this year. Hevlew end' Ahalysli nt 3; ;: .r5}'

the! Navy Oiittirthte+ tMnnt t MAC'tH\\,

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ttvlttes.I'htlips. r c f erfificate /ftb Sft Secretary of
Capt. James R. CompJon NAS Commanding Officer rang fteMAvYWvpptfOWiW e easier Mnra4tt5n% Navy nearly
giatulales James L. Phillips while Cdr. Ervln I4, }lodge, fAd ) Wa tt ll9tetf@J td UAf31JfH t ; '1 here over 17 yea> / iii an Elecw. -
Comptroller looks on. ( iii ftjirettthet' 6t J 11u(lo Wclatt lAlrStitty .




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JAX Am NAS To Host Southeast Golf I


SPORTS Tournament Here March 7-8


Thirty-three golf teams representing Armed Forces com-
mands in the Southeastern area of the U.S. have been invited -

to NAS Jacksonville to participate in this Station's I

40 Shooters Fire first Southeast Military Invitation Golf Tournament, March

7-8..
EXPECTING TO TAKE PARTare
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In Monthly MeetJax t dt 15 teams from Air Force

Gifford Wins commands, five from Army posts,
three from Marine Corps stations
Navy's monthly pistol
THE MASTER CLASS and 10 Naval units.
was
match held last Sunday gath-
Links Title
dominated
by Virgil Pladid of
ered nearly 40 shooters from Only one team will representeach
NAS Jax Ordnance who took
Jacksonville, NAS Glynco, command. Jax Navy's team
first places in the .38
.45 and
NAS Cecil Field, NATTU Jax Third YearLinkster and teams from the Hospitaland
aggregate matches. He came in
and NAS Jax. A range spokesman NATTU here are also ex-
second in the .22 match behind
Lew Gifford added his
said it was one of the pected to enter.
finest turnouts with an aver- Joe Galica of VA-44 who drop- name to the NAS Jax Station
shooters ped only seven points out of a Military Championship Golf tro- The tournament will be con-
of eight compe-
ting age in each of the five classes. possible score of 600. Galica also phy for the third consecutive year ducted on a five-man team basis,
took three second places.J. last Sunday as he defeated Jerry with only the four lowest scores

M. Bolick of NATTU won Foley at the NAS Golf Course. each round over 36 holes by

6ND NetmenAll the .38 .45 and aggregate matchesin Gifford's score was three and two medal play being counted toward
the Expert Class while C. L. for the first golf tournament of top honors.
Linza of NAS took the .22 match.In Lew Gifford 1963.

the Sharpshooter Class, TOP SPOT IN THE FIRST TROPHIES WILL BE AWARDED -

Navy ; Southerland of Jacksonville won Prix Tickets flight was held by Bob O'Neil following the final play

the first place .38 and the aggre- who shot two up over Howard March 8 to the winning team

gate matches but was out scored Couthard. and runnerup team. There will
Loper PlaysIt's by H. A. Dubois of NAS Glynco On Sale At Frank Miller led in the second also be individual awards pre-

in the .45 match and by L. A. flight and defeated Gus Holz one sented to the winners and run-

been a victory run for Van Auken of NAS Jax Ord- Half PriceNortheast up while Joe Sirois finished witha nerups as well as to the low

the original Pensacola Volleyball nance in the .22 match.L. four and three ahead of Roy medalist individuals.This .

team and its augmented6ND E. CANUPP OF NATTU i Florida's Sebring, the Reim. is NAS Jacksonville'sfirst

members.First Jax took two first place awards. third annual Golden, Crown Prix, Winning trophies will be pre- endeavor in programmingand

it was the Sixth Naval in the Marksman Class winning' will be held this weekend, March sented to the golfers on Friday, All-Service tournament of
the .45 and aggregate matches. 2-3, at the Fernandina Beach Mu- March 8.
District Crown. Next, the Atlan- this nature and Athletic Director
tic Fleet Regional Championship.And Crowther of Jacksonville took nicipal Airport located 35 miles The next scheduled Station golf
now, claiming title as All- first place in the .38 match fol- northeast of Jacksonville.NAS tournament to be held here at Frank McCaffrey says he has

Navy Champs, the squad is lowed by Raisellis of NAS Cecil SPECIAL SERVICES has NAS will be the Spring Cup on high hopes of it becoming an an-

taking part in the Second World- Field who won the .22 match.In reduced priced tickets for 50 centson March 16-17. nual event.

Wide Interservice Volley.ball the Tyro, or beginner class, Saturday and $1 on Sunday.

Championships being held at Colins of the Jax Police Depart- Early registration for the two- Lifesaving Course Begins

Alameda, Calif. The tourney is ment quickly eliminated all com- day program is very active, pro- I

expected to be concluded some- petition by winning the four first mising many cars and drivers At Indoor Pool
time today.A place awards. Taking second slated for the Sebring Endurance MondayThe

member of this winning places throughout all the matchesin Race later in March. Already reg- many arts of swimming tificates as either Junior or Sen-
team is John Loper of VA-44 this class was L. D. Burnes of istered are several large Porsches, safety will be inaugurated into ior Lifesavers.

who was picked up when the NAS Jax Ordnance.The a Dino Ferrari, a Chevy Stingray, the activities of the Indoor Pool I

next monthly match is TR-3's, a Lotus Super 7, and a (Bldg. 614)) beginning at 1700, .

scheduled for March 24. Maserati.The Monday, March 4, and will be

2.8 mile circuit, consistingof open to all military and dependents -

IM I Bowling both high-speed straights and ,
no less than 11 turns, is consid- As a training course for Junior

ered by the utmost of driving and Senior Lifesavers, the two-
StandingFollowing
skill. week program will cover the 16

are the standings of THE TRACK LAYOUT affords basic :skills of livesaving. These
.
in each of the include the four methods of car- > }'
of entire
the top five teams excellent viewing the
ries ,four ways of approach, four
Intramural Bowling Leagues: course from the spectator's own
AMERICAN LEAGUE car. means of breaking holds and four

Team Won Lost' water defenses.
Practice starts will begin at 0930on
Chiefs 11 5 Water Safety Instructor for the
Saturday with the first race
Falcons 8 4 15-hour course will be Chuck
L at 1500. On Sunday the
NJohn races
SeaBees 10 6 Phillips, the pool supervisor.
will run from 1030 until 1630.
Fireballs 10 6 Graduates of the course will

Cannon Cockers 7 5 receive Red Cross pins and cer- Cross-Chest
Carry ,
Loper' CONTINENTAL LEAGUE Fliers HaltedAt

Pensacola team first augmentedtop Team Won Loci
players after the 6ND play. I Confidentials 11 1 6ND TourneyThe NATTU Sports IM BasketballWith

Of the original 6ND team, Flash Bombs 10 2 Jax Navy Fliers basketballteam only one more week left

which nearly swept the Pacific Hornets 8V4 3% fell prey to three high scor- Roundup of cage play in the American

Coast Regional team into a shut- Cougars 8 4 ing squads in the recent Sixth League of IM Basketball, the
out by 15 wins against one loss, Flying Phantoms 7% 4% Naval District Tournament at Bowling is underway in the race for the top spot goes on.
five in the Interservice com- NATIONAL LEAGUE N A TT U Intramural program
are
I Memphis, Tenn., and was elimin- Three teams are tied for first
petition. They are: Dick Wise- Team Won Loss ated from the finals column.In with MAD #4 on top at 8-0. place and one team behind only
man, Jim Beynon and Joe Stall- Owl Hoots 10 2 Top bowler in the league is Eu-
their first game of the tour- by one game.
ing of Pensacola, Bob Sobel of Hospital 9 3 gene A. Petroff, bowling for
ney, however, the Jax men were Supply, VAP-62 and VP-7 are
Lucky Seven 6 2 MAD 5. He's the bowlerin
Memphis Navy and Loper of Jax # only
victorious tied
over Memphis Hospital for the number one positionin
NARTU 8 4 who doesn't
the
league
Navy. carrya
73-48. In the following two the American League with
Griffins 8 4 a
handicap and he also holds the
games they lost first to Memphis four and one record. Followingclose
The combined talents of the Jax Navy, 92 to 62, and to NAS San- high game and three game series, behind the leaders is Admin

Navy and NAS Cecil Field Volley- Invite Extended ford, 71 to 46. at 225 and 601 respectively. with a three wins, one loss record -
ball teams will travel to the Na- .
*
It looks as though the
season and VP-18 which has a
tional Volleyball Championships Military By hasn't come to a halt yet, as the Intramural basketball has gone four and two record.
being held at San Antonio, Tex., Lancers of NATTU have
Jax Judo Club asked two thirds of the route with the The Air
Force team, 679th
,
March 6.
for
return
a challenge. The Fliers Jaxon Lancers, near-winners over
Military personnel here at NAS downed the Lancers 58 to 56 in the NAS Fliers, in a tie for first holds the sixth position in the

IM Golfers Meet Jax are extended an open invi- their first meeting.ing with AE "Blue," both 7-0. league while the Marines and
tation from the Jax Navy Judo ComFairJax are on the bottom.
The number three team, at 6-1,
Club to attend free instruction in each week.
For Spring SeasonThe is MAD #4,with MAD #1, MAD
the sport of Judo. Club members take part in sev- Umpires Clinic
#3 and AO Navy tied for fourthat
NAS Athletic Director will The courses will be held on eral tournaments throughout the
hold the first organizational meet- Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri- year such as the recent Olympic 4-4. Forms March 11

ing for the Spring season of In. days from 1830 to 2000 in Bldg. Development Tournament held in Present plans call for a four, Plans are in the making to hold

tramural Golf on Wednesday, 726.Classes Tampa, Fla. The next tourney is five or six team double elimina- the first meeting of the IM Soft

March 6, at 0930 In the Mainside for beginners have also scheduled fotf March 31 in Cocoa, tion playoff for top spot, depending ball Umpires Clinic on March 11

gym. be initiated with instruction start- Fla. on final records. at the Mainside gym.

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28 February 1963 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5



Civilians Honored "0" Club Events Accuracy, Completeness

Friday March 1

{4a4 Luncheon11151345.Happy Hour-1530-1800.. Required on Tax ReturnAccuracy

Walnut and St. Johns Room: and completeness in filling out federal incometax

NAS Wives Coffee and Fashion returns are more important this year than ever, according -

show-1000. to Vaughn W. Evans director of Internal Revenue.
y t Dinner18002100.Dancing esaid the Internal Revenue's I
The social security number is
in dining room with conversion to an electronic computer I
required by law on all returns
Charlie Jay-2000-2400. maintained account sys-
I this year failure to show this
Saturday. March 2 tem precludes manual correctionof of
issuance
number delay
may
deficiencies in returns which
Luncheon-1115-1345. .
refund due the taxpayer.Movies
any
Happy Hour-1530-1800. may have been acceptable in the

Dinner18002130.Walnut past.ALL
Room-VA-44 Cocktail APPLICABLE ITEMS on
Party-2000. the return must be filled in and

Dancing in Dining Room with in the proper sequence. This Movies will be shown regularlyat

Johnny Jelinek-2030-0030. means totals from attached 1900 on Monday through Sat-
jj.n. Entertainment by the Calvert schedules must be carried for- urday; at 1400 and 1900 on Sun-

SUPERIOR ACCOMPLISHMENT AWARDS-Three O&R sisters. ward to the face of the return.If day, at the Mainside and NATTU

employees'received cash awards during the month of Februaryfor Sunday March 3 schedules in the return are Theaters and at 1900 only on

consistently superior, performance in their job assignments. Brunch-1115-1345. not sufficient for the needs of Sunday at the Hospital Theater.

Making the presentation to the trio was Capt. Robert H. Fagan Annex: O.W.G. A. Cocktail the taxpayer, substitute schedules These times are subject to change.
O&R Officer. (L. to R.) Capt. Fagan Juanita B. Mowbray. MarianP. Party-1700. must follow the official format, Thursday, February 28

Hart, Clerk-Stenographer, Management Controls Group ($150)) Family Buffet-1800-2100. contain all the required informa- Mainside-Seven Brides For

and Richard Wilford Metalsmiih Aviation Assembly Division Monday March 4 tion and be attached in the same Seven Brothers.

($150)). sequence as on the tax return. NATTUnit-The Tall Stranger.
Luncheon-1115-1345. or schedules
Returns repro- Hospital-White Slave Ship.
rh Walnut Room: Chaplains duced by copying machines and
Friday March 1
Luncheon-1215. other devices should meet the
Mainside Colossus of Rhodes.
Happy Hour-1530-1800. standard of paper quality and -
) < NATUnit-Seven Brides For
{ Dinner18002100.St. .
legibility of the official forms.
Johns Room: VA-35 Cock- TAXPAYERS RECEIVINGpreaddressed Seven Brothers.
Tall Stranger.
tail Party-1900. forms should use Hospital-The

,7$ SYi.y y? > Tuesday. March 5 them where possible to minimize Saturday March 2

Luncheon11151345.Happy chance of error in identification. Mainside-Giant. I I
Rhodes.
of
NATTUnit-Colossus
Director Evans said computer
Hour15301800.St. .
Seven Brides For ;
Hospital-
Johns Room: All Wives processing returns is on an as-
Bridge-1230. semly line basis with data first Seven Brothers.

Dinner18002100.St. placed on punch cards and thenon Sunday March 3
magnetic tape. Anticipated Mainside-Ada.
Johns Room: Duplicato
Bridge-2000. benefits and economics for Inter- NATTUnit-Giant.

J lb y, nal Revenue and the public can- Hospital-Colossus of Rhodes.
Wednesday March 6
not be realized if any extensive Monday March 4
K/fl
L y J'A Luncheon editing or other manipulationhas Mainside-Whatever HappenedTo

irtlHTY YEAR SERVICE AWARDS were presented last Happy Hour-1530-1800. to be done. Baby Jane?

Friday to three NAS Jax civilian employees by Capt. James R. Dinner18002100.Walnut NATUnit-Ada.

Compton. Thomas F. Barrett, Jr., (left) of O&R has been employed Room: Sojourners- Hospital-Giant.

here nearly 8 years and previously served in the Navy 1830. Bluejackets Tuesday. March 5Mainside

a lillle over 22 years; James Jackson Supply Dept. 21 years and Thursday March 7 -Tarzan The Ape

9 months Navy service, 9 months employed at USNAS Glynco Luncheon hn Doin'sThursday Man.

Ga., and 7& years here; and William W. Thrower, Public Works Walnut and St. Johns Rooms: February 28 NATTUnit-Whatever Hap-

D.' $. 73 years Navy service and 7 years here. VA-35 Change of Command Re- Dance featuring Phil Kay and pened To Baby Jane?

ception-1100. The Chantels 2000 2400. Thisweek's Hospital-Ada.
Hour 1530-1800. Wednesday March 6
Happy -
Golden delicious
food special: -
r Dinner-1800 2100. Mainsjdc} -Billy Budd.
y i// ;5r. breaded fantail shrimp,
NATTUnit-Tarzan The Ape
french fries, bread and butter,

Phillips Completes and garden salad, $.50. Man.Hospital-Whatever HappenedTo
Friday, March 1
Deputy Comptrollers Baby Jane?
Dance featuring Carl Boyd and

Development ProgramJames the Rhythm Kings, 2000-2400. Monday, March 4

L. Phillips was honoredin Saturday, March 2 Dining and Dancing.

ceremonies held last Friday in Dance featuring Phil Kay and Tuesday, March 5

the NAS Commanding Officer's the Chantels, 2100-0100. Happy Hour, 1700-1800.

.i office when Captain James R. Sunday, March 3 Dining and Dancing.

Compton presented him with a Dance featuring Carl Boyd and Wednesday. March 6

certificate attesting to his comple- the Rhythm Kings, 2000-2400. Game Night, 2000.

tion of the Career Development

Program for Deputy Comptrollers.
....u ...M.Lu .,,.NI m. f
Phillips was selected for this v
FIRST HERE-Local No. 11, National Association of Supervisors
when he employed
Department of Defense, was the first to receive recognition program was Y Y
at NAS Cecil Field. Since that
here supervisory organization on Thursday, February
as a
time he has attended several ,.
21. Capt. James R. Compton NAS Commanding Officer presents theComptroller's (
courses. Among them were
letter of recognition to Nathaniel S. Quarterman President, whileJ. Conference, Louis- 9 aI
W. Andrews Vice President looks on. Another first of the '
;ville, Ky; Bureau Comptrollership -
local is that it is the oldest affiliated Naval Air Station unit at the Bureau of Naval Wea.

throughout the National Association of Supervisors. Local No. 11 pons; Management Reporting and

will celebrate their 19th anniversary this year. Financial Review and Analysis at

the Navy Ordnance Plant, Macon, -IL 'ck47y
Ga.; Cost Accounting and Budget- I :$ *

ing, NAS Quonset Point, R.I.; Industrial -
Systems, Naval Ammunition >rl fr a' &

Depot, Julian's Creek; and
the Middle Management Seminarat
the Ordnance Management Engineering -* 4 zli

Training Agency, Rock

Island, 111.

He also completed a 20-hour extension

4 yr4 t; :> f f' course of the Finance
School, U.S. army and prepared a
thesis on analysis and made i: Z/i4 p' //L&di

recommendations for the consoli-
dation of BuAer and BuOrd Instructions < ; --_ _
mmr9v* i i
Aa fo MvWWaWfrtftAraMjtmmim
on Comptroller organizations *OHTY YEARS SERVICE is honored by Capt. James R.
and functions at field ac- Compton, NAS Commanding Officer as he presents Thomas A.,
Feaster of O&R Dept. with a certificate from the Secretary of
Capt. James H. Compton NAS Commanding Officer con I tivities. the Navy and a lapel emblem. Feaster served in the Navy nearly
gratulates James L. Phillips while Cdr. Ervin F. Hodge, NAS Phillips was transferred to NAS, 23 years and has been employed here over 17 years, as an Electrician

Comptroller, looks on. .Jax in November of 1962. (Aircraft).



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Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 28 February 1963

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: ; '. .. ..",. J' Former State Dept. Official

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} Corner To Address Hospital GroupThe


un last Wednesday: evening, Honorable Andrew Berding, former Assistant Secre-
1 1ks Navy Wives Club Jax #86 held tary of State for Public Affairs and Deputy Director of the

their second monthly meeting, U.S. Information Agency, will address the monthly medical

at the Dewey Park Clubhouse.At meeting at the Naval Hospital n Wednesday, March 6 at

this time, two new members, 2000 at the Hospital auditorium.

{ Mrs. John Lee and Mrs. Leona Berding author ..
'*''> -
''1.m m'
Lindsay, were installed and wel- \\11' of the recently

comed into Parker the organization.introduced Mrs. : ; if; :> published 54$ of U.S. Deaths
Phillip was as
book entitled"Foreign l

a AT guest.THIS MEETING the Social Affairs Are By Heart Disease
a
and Educational Chairman had and You", has
Heart and blood vessel d'eeases
plans for a speaker, but had to spent more than
account for 54 of all U.S.
percent
change them at the last minute. 30 years in newspaper and gov-
deaths. The American Heart Association

___ Instead of this there was an ernment service. In his official
old fashioned auction of white capacity with the State Depart- conducts

elephants (each member broughtone ment and the Information Agency a yearn -

); aside from the fun this Berding traveled over 300,000 t" round program
provided the club a tidy sum for miles with President Eisenhowerand
W of research, education
club funds. Secretary Foster Dulles and

Another interesting item at the Christian Herter. He attended two O and
meeting motion to Summit Conferences and more + OJ community ser
VA-46 INITIATES SEAT BELT PROGRAM This squadron was a pur- 'pRE
based at Cecil Field is bolstering their "Drive Safe Program" by chase an ice-maker, for presen- than two dozen Ministers' Con- vices to crmbat
installing seat belts in all squadron cars for a nominal cost. The tation to the Pediatric Ward of ferences. these diseases.Ihe .
seat belts are acquired from a local dealer and installed by the the Naval Hospital. Members
squadron airframes division. Thus far approximately 50% of the voted to appropriate funds col- Following President John F, annual Heart Fund drive
squadron have taken advantage of this opportunity to acquire"extra Kennedy's guidance in the every this vital effort. More
life insurance". Rear Admiral Joseph M. Carson Com- lected during their recent project, day approach to foreign affairs supports
FairJax and ComNavAirBases 61(D, is enthusiastically supportingthe selling auto tags, for this gift to where in the president stated than 75 million dollars have been
program and here has his personal car fitted with seat belts. the Pediatric Ward. The date of invested in the research portionof
Cdr. W. H. Sells, VA-46 skipper inspects the seat belts installedby presentation will be announced "ask not what your 'country can this program alone since 1948.
Snedler AMS1.YOUR. later. do for you, but ask what you This money comes from contributions -
can do for your country", Berd- individual interestedin
A luncheon will be held Feb- by
vital interestin
has expressed a
ing
seeing the Heart disease con-
AMERICABY 28 at the clubhouse this
ruary ; on what the average citizen can
occasion, Mrs. John Garagus will quered.
do to help. His address will be
CLARK KINNAIRD 'be honored. She will be leaving along this line. The Heart Association is just
(AFPS American Heritage Foundation Feature) with her husband for duty in one of six National Health Agen-
THE MID-MORNING "coffee break" has become as establishedan California. All members are invited The commanding officer of the cies benefiting from the Federal
the English mid-afternoon "tea-break." Hospital, Capt. J, M. Hanner and
American custom as to come out and show their Service campaign being conducted
The right to take time for coffee during a working shift is now appreciation for Mrs.Garagus' fine his staff have a special interestin
written into many union contracts and it is a prerogative shared currently among Navy militaryand
Berding since he is the fatherof
club work. Mrs. John Wolf and
by everybody from the top brass civilian personnel in the Jax
down in the majority of shops Mrs. Bernie Smith will be host- Mrs. Anne Broaddus, wife of area.
and offices. Commenting approvingly esses for this event. Cdr. C. A. Broaddus assistant
Dr. Jean S. Felton, specialist chief of the surgical service at Give for Better Health throughthe
Mrs. Thomas J. Bennett has
in occupational health studies, W 0 MEN S the Naval Hospital. campaign of your National
said, "The results of coffee con- been appointed Publicity Chair- Health Agencies.
sumption are seen in clearer and PETITION man for the Club. Those interested in Berding's
more rapid thinking and fore- AGAINST The next business meeting will address are cordially invited to

stalling Interestingly of fatigue.the. earliest. ad. COFFEEREPRESENTING he March 6, at the Dewey Park attend.

vertisement of coffee in the clubhouse. Ship UndertakesSea
.
Public Advisor; London, in 1657, When some men discharge an
declared it to be "a very whole rUBLICK CONSIDERATION Kiddies Game Day, sponsoredby obligation you can hear the report -

some many and excellent physical virtues drink,, having closes Grand IneoNVMiKlieiBI TUk .tnr Navy Wives Club Jax #86 for miles and miles. ExplorationThe

the Orifice of the Stomack, fortifies to their SEX from dttExcc&ir* will be held March 2 at 1400 with 220-foot Coast and Geo-
the heat within, helpeth the XJfe of that Diylnr Enfolding Ranger Hal of Channel 4 TV as is make sail-
The way to succeed to detic Survey Ship Explorer
Digestion, maketh the heart light LIQ.UOR.some. guest. The public is invited. The
is good against Eyesores, Prtfenltd to the Right Honorable the hay with the grass that grows ed from Norfolk early in Feb-
event will be held at the
of the' of y&XUS. Dewey
Xeepen Liberty
Coughs or Colds. Headache, Drop- under other people's feet. ruary to explore the equatorial
sie. Gout, Scurvy, King's Evil, B,. W.II114r_ Park Clubhouse. Atlantic Ocean.
and others.
many
M/M,Primed 1674. This country is full of promis-
Coffee was introduced Into The ship's 23 scientists and
England that decade from Tur- PacAF Units Reduce ing men. But the paying ones are crew of 70 will be part of an
kev. An English merchant-ad
most sought after
venturer named Edwards is cre, THEMcns 11-nation project, the first to be
Aircraft Accident Rate .
dated with bringing coffee And a conducted under the auspices of

Turkish servant to London for his Anfvver Pacific Air Force units Anyone who thinks the younger the Inter-governmental Oceanographic -
household. 'The novelty thereof isn't creative should
generation i Commission of the
TOT II E
drawing too much company for throughout the Pacific and
him," said an old chronicler, "he "T PetitionAGAINST Southeast Asia reduced their watch a teen-ager build a sand- United Nations Educational Sci-
allowed his said servant with omens aircraft accident rate by 46 wich. entific and Cultural Organization
another of his son-in-law, to sMl (UNESCO).
it publiclv and they set up the per cent during 1962.
first coffeehousp" Tt soon; hM COFFEE : Pilots flew approximately Cub Scouts Hold Data collected will be availableto
many copies in England and her VINDICATINO 82,000 hours in 10 different scientists anywhere in the

Colonies. Their own Performance,and the Virtue of types of aircraft last year. world and are expected to be
The coffeehouses became masculine their Liquor,from UK Undcfervn Blue Gold BanquetCub
)
centers of business and IJ'paiionIlalely Cad Pacific Air Force units are especially useful for the economic -
political trading. So many coffee them,In Ihetr-upoa. the Fifth Air Force, based in Scout Pack 131 held their development of West Africa.
breaks were spent in them by ICJ.JlD.fLOVS tJUirtlLZTLOJfDOX. Japan, Okinawa and Korea; annual Blue and Gold Banquetlast
men that the habit was subjected Thirteenth, Philippines, Formosa Saturday evening at Gal
to attack by women's groups.
Title pages of two pamphlets circulated and Thailand; Second Air ley 3 (NATTU). Cdr. Robert W.
in a war of words over Printed b lha Year: I Ii 7toan Division, Southeast Asia; and Radcliffe, NAS Chaplain gave the

"enfeebling liquor" (to quote 315th Air Division, Japan. invocation.The GIVE
the women's petition aaainst it).
guest speaker Bill Gilbertof
,
n .0,( gro},6.6kkSti.u ;xv{;4 q D e{ ;':f.w
the North Florida Council was
introduced by Cdr. Q. R. Whit- for BETTER

more, Committee Chairman. HEALTH''I

Following the speech, Cub-

master Lawrence E. Milligan pre- to your
sented awards to several cubs anda
token of appreciation to the Den NATIONAL

Mothers. HEALTH

Milligan, who has been the Cub-
,master of the Pack for the last AGENCIES

F 18 months, introduced his suc-
cessor, Ens. Robert E. Smith. .

The cubs and parents expressed a generous
appreciation to Milligan for his

Cdr. Q. R Whitmore. Committee Chairman B:11 Gilbert North Florida Council; Lawrence dil'pence' and cooperative manner gift from everyone!
E. Milligan Cubmaster Pack 131 and Cdr. R. W. Radcliffee Chaplain.. during his tenure as Cubmaster.