Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 22, 1961
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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 )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Club Plans Railroad Are Jflfl4Jf3

Started HerePersonnel I-

Vol. 19 No. 34 U. S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 22 November 1961
interested in form-

ing a Station Model Railroader

Club are being asked to call or 1i i Employee

leave their names and how they

can be reached with CAPT R. H. Turkey;

Fagan's office at the Overhauland

Repair Department.If Ticket

sufficient interest is shownin I
Boisvert, a metallurgist
the formation of such a club,
Materials Engineering
the Public Works Officer has in-
of Overhaul and Repair
dicated that space can be made
recently became the
available for a model railroad
his fellow workers when
layout in a portion of one of the
notified that he had won
unused buildings here on the Sta- (:f. ;
during a weekend tur-
tion.The : : :::: held by the O&R Su-

Special Services Officer Social Club.

has also indicated that some lim- V ii joy naturally had no

ited financial support from the it was shortlived

recreation fund might be made lost the gift certificate

available, depending on the E him to the tur-

amount of interest shown.
who know Bernie it
CAPT Fagan, who has been a ,
} that his bewilderment
model railroad enthusiast for
: : imagined, following the
five six and whois
some or years,
of his loss-he has
behind organization of the l
club, says that he considers the \; emptied every garbage J
the area of Bldg. 167, in
hobby an excellent way to for- }
to find the certUI-
get office problems and utilize
any artistic, mechanical, carpen- Li L a mild, cigar-chew-
individual has
try or electrical skill that a per- : con-
: minimum of
some two
son might have.
in his hunt for the
Should sufficient interest be .. ; certificate.

shown to warrant organization, who can provide any
CAPT Fagan commented that he I A.07L XL04WF..vnmv,. : : : Bernie's loss or who

thought it would be a good idea TURKEY FOR DINNER?-Although the huge turkey found the certificate

for members to initially build dinner tomorrow dwarfs cooks LCpl. John Cardwell (left), him at Ext. 8241.

their own equipment from kitsor TU's Galley Three, it's only a meager part of the some 3.200 have been asked to

buy their own rolling stockto placed on the mess hall tables here tomorrow for military so that he too may

be operated on a club layout, with the traditional turkey dinner will be the usual good Thanksgiving -
(Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 5)) shrimp cocktail and baked apples. .

Armed Forces Strengthened

Secretary Of Defense SaysU.

S. Can Face Any : {

On land, sea and in the air: Naval Air Techni
another when that
day. day capacity
the United States has taken sign-
will be
"The Soviets think that time is needed. Day
ificant steps during the past few
on their side. We believe other- e "We have retained in dinner
months to bolster its Armed Thanksgiving
wise. But meanwhile we cannot tional readiness 270 B-47
Forces as requested by President
afford to lower guard. Weak- making six :
Kennedy and ,authorized by our ers, up wings
Congress. ness anywhere invites aggres- were about to be phased out.e
sion. "We have increased
Secretary of Defense RobertS. : our and Rice Soup
Here of the curement of the
are some more objectives
McNamara spelled out these
steps during a recent testimonial significant steps McNamara said 'rent fiscal year by 220 Lemon Wedge
we have taken to strengthen and and Minuteman missiles."
dinner in Atlanta, Ga., for Sen. Virginia Ham
nuclear strength McNamara said
protect our : Secretary
B. Russell and Rep. Carl
Vinson.He We are increasing the num tactical land-based air Pineapple Sauce
ber of Polaris submarines, so numbered more than 2,000
pointed out, however, that
that by 1964 we will have half bat aircraft-more than 1,000 Whole Kernal
the United States perfers "not
to resolve disputes by violence. again as many as were originally them supersonic jet fighters.To Corn

But forcible interference with planned for. augment the strength

our rights and obligations would "We have increased the por- U. S. non-nuclear forces the Salad Bar

necessarily lead to conflict." tion of our strategic bomber lowing actions have been : Butter and Jelly

"And in such a conflict we force on 15-minute ground alert, The number of combat

would not be defeated," the Se- so that the number of bombersin sions held in the strategic Pie

cretary said. our alert force is'50 percent serve has been doubled,

'Today we are strong enoughto greater. ing the number from five to

meet today's challenge But e "We are increasing by 100 Three Army divisions, Salted Nuts

the very fact that we are strong percent our capacity to produce ously engaged in training

may put off the challenge to Minuteman missiles, against the (Pleat Turn to Page 6, Col. ) Tea


2 JAX AIR NEWS 22 November 1961

Civil Relief ActMilitary

Jt1 IfYa'

Covered On
NAS, Jadtonvtllt'
CAPT J. R. Compton Commanding Officer Ask Us
CDR Walter J. Schub -Executive Officer

Fleet Air Jccktonvllle NAB 6ND Tomorrow is Thanksgiving Judgments By DefaultThird

RADM Joseph M. Carton CommanderCAPT Day, a custom which began
Vincent Casey Chief of Staff, FalrJax
320 in 1621 when
years ago, ,
CAPT C. L Moore, Jr. _Chief of Staff, NAB Six ( of a Series)
Fleet Air Wing Eleven the Mayflower Pilgrims join-
CAPT Renfro Turner, Jr. Commander ed together to give reverent A lawsuit begins when a complaint is filed with a court

CAPT Andrew H.JCowert) _Chief Staff Officer thanks for their first success- by the plaintiff. After the complaint is filed, the plaintiff
Navel Air Technical Training Unit \
CAPT Hartiel D. Allen -Commanding Officer ful harvest in the new worldof notifies the defendant of the action. If the defendant does
CDR Eugene F. Verdery Executive Officer America. As an American,
and file to the complaint the court
Naval Hospital what do you feel that you not appear an answer ".
CAPT R. 0. Canada Commanding i Officer have to be most thankful for. may enter a judgment in favor of the plaintiff by default.
CAPT Stephen H. Tollni _Executive Officer
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit this Thanksgiving..... 'Day. ? One of the major protections afforded by the Soldiers
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. Commanding Officer "The most I \I":':"' ",. '.;:. .: and Sailors Civil Relief Act of 1940 is that a default Judg-
CDR William M. Miller -Executive Officer h a veto be ::.; \.
Printed commercially with non-pproprlattd fundi In JackaonvllU, Florida at t' ment cannot be entered against personnel covered under the
thankful for : 'J
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July on followed.
Act unless certain strict procedures are
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air ThanksgivingDay ('.
Jacksonville, Naval! Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing is living in A court cannot enter a default judgment against you
II, Naval
Air .
Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hospital. a free demo- :
CDR Alex N. Mclnnli Jr. Service Information Officer : .k unless the plaintiff makes and files a sworn statement that

Andrew H. Planey Assistant Service Information Officer cratic country. ; { you are not in the military service. However, if he is unableto
All of havean
News Editor-Arthur us
A. Slocumb Staff-Mae Spencer JOt; Sandy Martinson,
JOSN; Ralph Bailey, SN. Photographer, Joy Moreau, PH2. equalchance ; make such a statement he then must file a statement, un-

Member Councils of North of Industrial Florida Industrial Editors. Editors Association and Southern and International to voice i.' der oath, ((1)) that you are in the armed services, or ((2)) that

The Jax Air News Is e member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material our opinionsand he is unable to ascertain wethher you are in the military
appearing In this publication can be riprlnted providing credit Is given. Photographs be conKambach services not.
unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs. structive in helping society in
Editorial offices located to Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone order to keep land the free A default be entered
extensions 8)64) 656, 272 or 216.THANKSGIVING. O judgment may against you pro-
democratic country it is." Betty viding the plaintiff files a sworn statement that you are not
Kalmbach RM2 NAS Communi-
in the military service. A default cannot state that you are
cations Division."I .
U. S. A. am just thankful that I am not in the military service, and if the court appoints an attorney -

living. I have a lot to be thank- to represent you and your side of the case in your

ful for such as my job and the behalf. The appointed attorney does not have the right to

This country is unique among nations in setting aside a people I work with. I am also waive any of your rights or bind you by his acts.
day each year to give thanks to our God for all the blessingswe thankful; that I work for the

as individuals and as a nation, are privileged to possess Naval Air Station and for the In addition, the court entering a judgment against you

and enjoy.In United States," Charles V. Bell by default can require the plaintiff to deposit security. ThisIs

times of peril, these blessings handed down to us from .Sr., Painter, Public Works De- to protect you if the judgment is set aside later. The de-

our forefathers take on a new meaning, become even more .partment."I posit is there to pay you for any damage you may have suffered -

dear and'worthy of sacrifice. .. am most
: due to improper judgment.
What are these blessings for which we give our thanks, :', :._:i !:{:":" :>" y".,:: \ji:: thankful for

yet are taken for granted: Freedom of worship; freedom of 1.'Y:.:. "::.':':':'' ':: living in a free O Swearing to a false affidavit, by the plaintiff, as to
speech; freedom to choose our own government, freedom of ;::1 country. In our your military status is a crime according to the Relief Act.
thought, freedom of travel, freedom the press, freedom to :4: $ free countrywe
., :, have The guilty party can be given a $1,000 fine, one year in prison -
live our own lives. > :;:::

There are no concrete and barbed wire fences, bristlingwith .'. D"' ,:j;;,;J opportunity to or both.

guns, dividing our country, or separating us from our ; J:: :;;:J'' worship and e Your protection under the act extends to a default

neighbors to the north and south. We have no secret police ;:. ," ., .' .: ,),..." ,, fi live as we judgment entered while you are in military service, or within -
or people's army. We have no dictator. And yet, less than 'f"I' \< : :' :: please, which I
C.J tf t{ LZJ 30 days after separation. During this period ask
one hundred miles off our shores, such a state exists, a state : :,. believe are the you may
where freedoms do not prevail, and where a dictator, with Holcombemain goals ofa to have the case reopened to set aside the default judgment.The .

life and death powers over these people who are our friends, human's life." LTJG Gary L. court will only reopen your case if you can show
Holcombe Line Division Officer
now threatens our liberty.As VP-16. the following: ((1)) that your application to open the case was
we pause to give thanks to our God for our many
blessings, liberties, and freedoms, let us remember well, that "The most I have to be thank- made within 90 days after your discharge from the service;

God helps those who help themselves. As it is Communism's ful for is living in a free country. ((2); ) that you suffered damages or were prejudiced because of

avowed goal to snuff out the torches of freedom, right, and I can live the way I want to, your military service in presenting your side of the case to

liberty, let us have the courage to proclaim our goal, to keep select my own religion and choose the court; and ((3)) you have a valid defense to the suit whichcan
these and to do my job. When I hear the prob-
remaining lights burning bright, everythingin alter the judgment.
our power to relight the flame of liberty in those dark lems of other countries through

corners of the world where it has been snuffed out. newspapers and television, I geta
good feeling knowing that I live
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in a free country." Willie E.

Telling About America Maughan, AA, VAP-62.

foreign communities where they

find themselves stationed.The .

Family Responsibility President's Peace Corps a t:hw

I was set up with this in mind.

We hear a lot today about the effect of the actions and But the biggest "peace corps" is
still the thousands of American
attitudes of servicemen overseas and how important they
servicemen and their families
are in telling the true story of America to our foreign stationed
friends. That the servicemen is still our best ambassador is overseas. S.
acknowledged without a doubt. But sometimes overlooked is We are dedicated to preservingthe
We should also be
the tremendous effect that wives and children also have in peace.
forming an opinion of what America is really like and what just as enthusiastically dedicatedto rF b k.
preserving the correct
she actually stands for.
our country to our interna- ,
Each service wife, along with ; ;':.:,,: .y., '
ice library or through informa- tional neighbors. c : ":""'i
her husband, should take on this }

responsibility with seriousnessand tion and education offices. Thereare \ .. :
dedication. She, along with hundreds of books and pam- '

her spouse, is a walking, talking phlets that tell the American I I ta 1AVA'kI r i7f.

example of America. Everywhereshe story and give background on the ), \

goes, whether it is just to I peaceful aim of our government. .. ..... .

the commissary or a sightseeingtour reat enthusiasm is aroused Corner I ,. ( ......".-t J.': '.
: '
in a foreign land, she is when Americans take time to ex- 1 : :"....:..",J 54id ,..<::. ""l t ::
plain this great country to those .v" :::
on display. The Jax Navy Wives Club
The way she talks to people, who want to know. And there Number 86 has voted to donate WINGS FOR AIRCREWMAN-Having completed an exacting -
are hundreds of thousands over- series of requirements, including qualifying in three
the manners she displays, the $100 for free Thanksgiving bas-
dress she wears, are manifestin seas who do want to know. kets for needy families.If crew positions in P2V aircraft, Edward D. Isaac, AT2, (right), ;
Is presented the gold wings of a fully qualified Antisubmarine j
reflecting a true picture of President Kennedy has said wives of enlisted
any men Warfare Aircrewman by his commanding officer, CDR Robert ,{;
the U.S.A.If that "Winning the peace is a are interested in joining the Navy
G. Bagby, of VP16. Isaac, who reported to VP1S'as an airman
the service family feels a lonely battle." Yes it is. But it Wives Club to help on the s e in December 1958, has advanced to his present rate since that i
lack of knowledge about some would be far less if
so serv- worthwhile projects, please con- time and
was lauded for his demonstration of a high degree of
aspects of American life, it can icemen and their families would tact Mrs. Kenneth G. Smith by proficiency in survival techniques, first aid, communications .
be readily obtained in the serv- take time to into the
integrate phone at SP 1-0155. and leadership in earning the aircrewman designation.Page t


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; PI!'\I: :.,. ,' ployees have been announced by
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.. iii' ': i;;,!; i Overhaul and Repair Depart- x a
/: ment
." W )\' ; ." ,, employees promoted are.
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; :\' '( : John A. Achenback production
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.'' ,'k''t>';;;!,;1!1 W N<' ""\"J" .... :,1 .,",:,\ dispatcher to assistant production WEBB PIERCE NORMA JEAN

'. _\;" rl\,:,'l\'I,\. "..'" ,..", ... controlman, aircraft mechanic,
B. Anderson
.' general; Washington -
carpenter to joiner; John C.
Feher, aircraft preservation me- Webb Pierce, Norma Jean Toy

chanic to aircraft mechanic, gen-

it eral; Julian G. Fuller, helper,

electroplater to aircraft mechanic Star In 'Dogpatch Jamboree'Among

HONOR GRADUATE Bet! Kalmbach. HM2 of HAS general; Gyron A. Gaines,
Communications it congratulated by CAPT Harts D. Allen helper, aircraft instrument me-
NATTU commanding officer, upon her selection as Honor
Woman of the second class graduating from the NATTU Lead chanic to aircraft: assembler. the nationally famous country and western radio

erihlp School for Women last week. Graduation ceremonies Also, Ralph Godwin, metal- and TV recording stars to appear at the Navy Jax Special
were held In the NATTU gym last Friday. Miss Kalmbach acted
Services' Jamboree the Jacksonville
"Dogpatch at Coliseumon
smith aviation to assistant
as company commander for the 16 Wares attending the class.
December 15 will be Webb Pierce and Norma Jean.
Her final average was 30.82. duction controlman, metalsmith,

aviation; Ralph W. Grimsley, Webb Pierce, billed as "Am almost unbelievable hit percent-

Air Force Provides Real helper, aircraft mechanic, gen- erica's No. 1 Folk Singer", 'in i age.
eral to aircraft assembler; HenryM. 1955 became the first country and ,

Gundersen, general engineer, western singer to hold the num- I In 1952, 1953 and 1954 he was

Letters From Santa ClausDuring GS-12, to supervisory aeronautical ber one spot in his field and voted the country's number one

engineer, GS-13; Ernest J, have the song that he sang also folk singer.and is the only holderof

this Christmas season, U. S. Army, Navy and lIethcote, aircraft mechanic, general occupy the top spot. The song: the most coveted award to be

Air Force personnel can make sure their children get a real to assistant production con- that brought him the recognitionwas given an entertainer-the "Triple

letter from Santa Claus, postmarked "Santa Claus House,I trolman, aircraft mechanic, general "In The Jail House Now," Crown Award." He is also credited -

North Pole., Alaska. which could be one of the num- with having more awards than

Following success of the past bers he will render during the any artist in the world with a
Further Louis LaG d
allow Army and Navy childrento ran e,
total of
six years' Santa letter program, their services this Foreman mechanic to master me- big six-hour show that will be

in which nearly 18,000 letters These use far north Air Weather year. chanic; Lois B. St. John, file free-of-charge to personnel of Also appearing on the "Jam-

were remailed to Air Force chil- Service men will spend their clerk, GS:3, to same, GS-4; Eu- all units that are members of the boree" program will be Norma
dren, members of Detachment 5 NAS Recreation Fund.
free time forwarding letters from gene L. Westerwelle, apprentice Jean an extremely attractive

of the Ninth Weather Reconnaissance Santa Claus to children in all metalsmith, aviation, to metal- Some 30 of Pierce's recordingsfor brownish-blonde who stands five
Air Force
Group at parts of the world. smith, aviation; John W. PerryJr. Decca have risen to the top feet four inches and is said to be
Base in Alaska have
Here is howit works. Write a ., and Joseph Savicki, both ten in the nation with 13 achievIng living proof that they grow 'em
from helper metalsmith, aviation,, pretty and talented In Oklahoma.
letter to your child and sign i it the number one position n
I Santa Claus. Address the letter to aircraft metal fabricator, and
High-Speed Jean is Columbia
Thomas L. McLeod, Richard L. a Re-
to your child and affix proper cording artist
Middleton and Howard F. Wolfe, 25 ServicemenGive who "pretties up
postage for air mail return from the
premises" at the Jewel
all from aircraft assembler to
LCVP LandingCraft Alaska. aircraft mechanic, general. Theater in Springfield, Mo., almost -
Then place the letter or let- Blood At every Saturday night dur-

ters in a larger envelope and address Employees promoted at the ing the network telecast of ABC-

Is Built it to Santa's Mail Bag, care Public Works Department Include Donor TV's homespun "Jubilee U.S.A."

of Detachment 5, Ninth Weather Donald L. Reynolds, apprentice CenterA

A new high-speed, air-sup- Reconnaissance Group, APO 937, pipefitter, to pipefitter, Considered to be one of "the
total of 25 enlisted
Navy best
ported boat which can reach Seattle, Wash. Add the properair I and Willie D. Jones Jr., helper, of today's Country Music
and Marine Corps personnel and "
speeds of 31 knots has been built mail postage and drop it in sheetmetal wOrker to sheetmetal Youngsters, Norma Jean began
one Marine Corps officer donated her
for the Navy. The boat is a mo- the mailbox.A worker. singing career on an Okla-
I blood during the first eight daysof homa
City radio station.
dified 10 to 12 knot LCVP of few miles from Eielson AFBis
Promoted at Disease Vector November at the Naval Hospital -
World War II and Korea vintage. a post office officially called Several other
Control Center was Lexter Bran- Blood Donor Center. nationally popular -
Known as the H y d r 0 k eel, Santa Claus House, North Pole. entertainers
blood November including
son, biological aid, GS-5 to same, Donating on some
Landing Craft, Vehicle, Person- When the volunteer mailmen get GS-6. 1 were Ralph H. Chaney, MichaelE. local ones, will be on hand for
nel, the boat has a completelynew the letters will remail the the
they Miller, M. B. McWililams, and talent- packed song and
underwater configuration Santa letter from this post of- Comptroller Department's pro- Robert M. Seabrook, all AA's dance fest that will begin at

::1 consisting of one centerline keel fice.A. motees are Mabel S. Johnson and from AOA) School, Naval Air 1930 and continue to 0130 in the

1 and two sidewall keels. An air few days later the children Elsie W. Teets, both from accounts Technical Training Unit. Also, morning.

pocket is produced under the will receive their letter from maintenance clerk, GS-3, Raymond J. Richler, A03, of

; boat by blowers and the boat Santa, complete with authentic to same, GS-4, and Doris S. Mc- AOB) School, NATTU, and A. Watch coming issues of The
\ rises on its keels to slide more postmark.A Aninch,. voucher examiner, typ- Jax Air News for pictures and
M. Dowling, AA; Ralph A. Elli-
freely over the waves. voucher examiner on other personageswho
GS-4 to
ing, ,
deadline of December 15 gott, AA; and Charles T. Fau-
Two flaps at the bow preventsthe GS-5. will be on hand that night.
has been set for mailing lettersto cett, AN, all from AEA) School,

der ,air the from hull escaping as it speeds from over un- Santa's Mail Bag, to. permit I In the miscellaneous groups, NATTU. Another donor from Military personnel at nearby

receipt of the remailed letters .promotions went to Frances D. Ships Company, Communications, commands, along with Civil Ser-
The air not
the water. only
per- by Christmas Day. Gill timekeeper GS-2 Comptroller NATTU was R. J. McGregor, SA. vice employees at NAS Jax and
mits higher speeds but also actsas
Donors from Marine Air De- nearby commands
Department, to stock control are invited to
much of
cushion absorbing
a ,
clerk, GS-3, O&R; Leo W. tachment on November 1, were attend the "Jamboree" at a no-
the shock from SNAFU
( Cox Jr., warehouseman, Supply CWO Howard Holder, Pfc. Keith. minal fee.LCDR .

Two 300-hp gasoline marine Department, to aircraft' mechanic R. Britton, Pvt. George G. Ker-

engines power the Hydrokeel general, O&R; and Roger T sten, Pfc. Frank F. Marchisella, C. A. Hooper Jr., special -
which is 36 feet long, 11 feet services officer, said that the
Pfc. Willie A. Santiago and Pfc.
,Krell, Ralph E. Pate and CharlesE.
tee has
wide and has a carrying x not yet been establish but
capa- i :! E. Smith.
iFfvis f Sellers, all from warehousemen -
city of several thousand pounds.A will be determined and tickets
Supply, to aircraft mechanic NATTU blood donors on Nov- available
by November
Navy spokesman explainedthat general, O&R. ember 7 were Pfc. Domineck A. 27.

the demonstration model Catrambone, Pfc. Charles F. Military personnel from other

could be the forerunner of larger Safaryn and Pvt. Roger F. commands and Civil Service

and possibly faster, landing NATTU HonormenG. aVrner, all from MAD; ClaudeD. personnel desiring to attend are

craft but that the standard Clark, AN; Charles E. Fern- urged to call Ext 512 and arrange -

LCVP was used for development andez, AA, and Wiley H. Lang- for tickets
D. Hanger, AA, AO(A) as early as possible -
because' of its smaller size lead- School-66.47. ford, AA, all from AO(A) School, : due to the limited number

ing to economy.A and Franklin D. Thompson, A02, that will be available.
notable feature of the development M. L. Brinkley, AO1, AOB) from AOB) School. .

is the short time it School84.57.E. Donating blood on November
X G. Dietrick Jr. AO3 AOB The U. S. Navy supports 80 to
took the Navy's announcement of ) 8 were Leonard Buczkowske,
J a design and construction con- !TRANSPORTATION 6IR..ALL. VEHICLES CALLED School-84.13. SA; Don L. Bulock, SA; RobertM. 90 percent of the United Staes' -

tract for the boat in August 1961 IN USE1. THEY SENT R. A. Bickle, AN, AE(A) Guptill, FR, and ,John R. oceanographic: research ef-

to its demonstration in October. THESE OVER.* School-83.13. Schuler, FA. ort.

JAX AIR NEWS 22 November 1961r

t;I ; : 4 I iL'iI91t Film DepictingLife

In Russia
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Wednesday. Nov. 22
"A Study Of The USSR," is
Mainside-Thief of Baghdad,
the title of a new Armed
1900 only. ,* Forces film depicting life in the
NATTUnit Captains Table, 31 v
Soviet Union and communism.The .
1900 only. t
Hospital Brainwashed, 1900 film, produced by the Office -
only. cf Armed Forces Informa-
Thursday Nov.23 tion and Education, Departmentof
Mainside-The Parent Trap, Defense, is described as an
1900 only. > "effective documentation of the
NATTUnit-Thief of Baghdad, Soviet Union today."

1900 only. ; Among the areas covered in
Table 1900
Hospital-Captains the film are: the historical back-
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only. J .utl ground of the Soviet Union; its
Friday.Nov.24 expansion since the Revolutionin
Mainside Second Times A ys 1917 in terms of developmentof
Around, 1900 only. the Soviet bloc; and the geo-
NATTUnit-The Parent Trap, graphical expansion of' the
1900 only. USSR. Also treated are the Soviet -
Hospital-Thief of Baghdad, Union's climate, harbors, its
1900 only. borders with other countries,
Saturday Nov. 25 natural resources, and its
economic and industrial growth.
Mainside-Two Rode Together 'i'CONGRESSMAN ..
':< "
1900 :i'>''::<""
only.NATTUnit : ':':"'::' The past and present cultureof
Second Time f;: the Russian people is reviewed -
Around, 1400 and 1900. ::::. along with the Soviet
Hospital-The Parent Trap, 1900 $ Union's agricultural situation and
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only. APPEARS AT AFMA DINNER-CAPT James R Compton (right) NAS educational and scientific development -
Sunday Nov. 26 Jax commanding officer, acquaints U. 8. Representative Charles E. Bennett of the 2nd Districtof
Florida with the purpose and huge membership roster of the Jacksonville Chapter of the
Mainside-The Young Doctors, Armed Forces Management Association. Congressman Bennett was the principal speaker at the Special attention is.given by
1400 & 1900.NATTUnitTwo. chapter's dinner meeting Sunday at the Officers Club. CAPT Compton was installed as new the film to political philosophyof
Rode To- president of the organization accepting the gavel from CAPT R. E. Clements (left), assistant
gether, 1400 & 1900. O&R Officer, who has been acting president since the departure-of RADM James- R. Reedy.'Porpoise' the Soviets.

Around Hospital, 1900-only.Monday Second. Time UnderConstruction Christmas New Congressman Bennett Says Berlin

Nov. 27 : To Crisis Will Not Lead To War
Mainside-ADA, 1900 only. Years Leave

NATTUnit-The Young Doc- Aid Ocean StudyAn Congressman Charles Bennett of Florida, in his talk to
tors, 1900 only. experimental mechanical Period GivenTwo members of the Jacksonville Chapter of the Armed Forces
Hospital-Two Rode Together. "porpoise", which will help the holiday leave periods, Management Association on Sunday, advocated that if the
Tuesday.Nov.28 Navy conduct oceanographic stu- one for Christmas and one for U. S. must fight for Berlin, "we should make sure we are I ,
Mainside-Midnight. Lace,1900 dies while gliding underwater, is New Years, for military per- I fighting:!: for an area bigger than Berlin." \
only. being constructed by the Aero- sonnel will be granted by Speaking at a special dinner to," he said. f v'.
NATTUnit-Ads, 1900 only. nautics Division of the Chance NAS Jax. The Christmas peri- meeting of the local chapter of Bennett said he does not feel
NATTUnit-Ada, 1900 only. Vought Corp., Dallas, Texas. od will begin at 0600 Wednes- the AFMA at the Officers Club the current Berlin crisis will lead
Hospital-The Young Doctors, The vehicle, approximately 12 day, December 20, and end at the Congressman asserted that to war if this nation remains
1900 only. feet long and 21 inches in dia- 0600 Wednesday, December the U. S. must fight for an area strong and takes a firm stand.
Wednesday Nov. 29 meter, gets its name from the 27. The New Year period will 200-300 miles in size to permit He feels, he told the audienceof
Mainside-King of the Roaring manner in which it will dive and begin at 0600. Thursday, De- future defense. "We should fight members and their wives, that
20's, 1900 only.NATTUnit surface. I cember 28 and end at 1800 for something we could hold on- Russia would probably go to war
Midnight Lace, Thursday, January 4, 1962. over Berlin, but would not get
After it is dropped overboard Has
1900 only. Department heads may -Now involved in a war over Cuba.
Hospital-Ada, 1900 only. from an attending vessel its bal- grant leave to as many as The Florida Congressman also
last tanks will fill with ocean 50% of their military person- Five Attorneys opined that the decision of
The bus was already crowded water, permitting it to dive ata nel during each period, how- ( building home fallout sheltersvs
when the fat lady entered. She predetermined angle. One of ever, not more than two-. I community shelters is one for
stood for a moment glaring at its first projected oceanographicstudies thirds of the military person- On Active Duty individuals to make. "I see no
the seated passengers. "Isn't is expected to be the nel in any Department may Patrol Squadron 741, a Jax- end to the peril of nuclear war
some gentleman going to offer charting of water temperaturesat be granted leave and libertyat based reserve squadron recently and this problem of survival and
me a seat?" she asked. various depths. the same time. recalled to active duty, established protection will be with us from
At this, one exceptionallysmall Building of the experimentalmodel Further information on ho- a record of sorts last Satur- now on. You may not build a
man rose. "Well," he said is sponsored jointly by liday leave and liberty will be day when LT Gregory Comer- home shelter, but your grand-
rather shyly, l'I'm'willing to the Office of Naval Research and published at a later date. ford was administered the oath children will," he said. He also
make a contribution." the Navy Hydrographic Office. of atteorney by the Honorable said that there should be as
B. K. Roberts, Chief Justice of many community shelters as pos-
the Supreme Court of Florida. He also declared that he saw
The squadron now has five no prospects of a great buildupof

: 5' 5 :. attorneys on active duty, four of the civilian force of the De-
whom are members of the Flor- fense Department as a result of
ida Bar and one from Georgia.LT the present world crisis. As for
Comerford, a native of New i the military buildup, the increasein
.... had the distinction will from
.. York City, men come mostly
( .x'<::,.
.'ii :" of passing the difficult Florida our reserve forces, he commented.
El: \;:: 'Jt :::.<.v :!7-7t s M: Bar examination on the first Congressman Bennett expressed -
,. .< : ,,, .(... .......,
t. I:: attempt, which is said to be quite his views of these topics in a
an accomplishment. He attended question and answer period fol-
University lowing his talk on "The Current
i Washignton Picture in Congress." In his dis-
: Attending the ceremony in I cussion of Congress he coveredthe
Chief Justice Robert's chambers : gamut from legislation'of the
in Tallahassee were CAPT Ren past to action pending in the
fro Turner Jr., commander Fleet next session.
: Air Wing 11; CAPT Ralph E. Captain James R. Compton
F iftj"fr'h/Ui'4' i' Elliott, commanding officer Naval commanding officer of NAS

'lt.:: ..w .. d'it I '''' $.:-.;:;.:t.! >, : tit;:>!!, ".., Air Reserve Training Unit; Jax, formally assumed the pre-
AND NOW THERE ARE FIVE-On completion of this ceremony in which LT Gregory CDR Richard L. Oreair, com- sidency of the chapter, accepting
Comerford was sworn in as a member of the Florida Bar by Chief Justice of the Florida Supreme manding officer VP-741; LCDR the gavel from acting presidentand
Court B. K. Roberts. Jax-baied VP-741 may have registered a first since it brought to five the Bruce G. Davis, attorney from executive vice-president
number of licensed attorneys in the squadron. The other four attorneys along with squadron. Tallahassee; LT Hans G. Ganz- Captain R. E. Clements, assistant
NARTU and FAW-11 personnel were on hand for the ceremony. including (left to right) LT ler Jr., attorney from Jacksonville ; Overhaul and Repair Officer.
Bruce Abbott attorney LT Henry J. Prominski attorney CAPT Renfro Turner Jr.. command- ; LT Henry J. Pzominski, attorney CAPT Compton succeeds RADM
ing officer of FAW-llj LT Comerford) Chief Justice Roberts; CAPT Ralph Elliott commanding from Ft. Lauderdale; LT James R. Reedy, who departedin
officer NARTU who is also an attorney CDR R. L. Orealr commanding VP-74U LT Hans G. Bruce Abbott of Pembroke, Ga., August and is now ComCar-'
and LT Comerford. Div 20.Page' .
Tanzler attorney and LCDR Bruce G. Davis attorney.


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'a IM Kegling Competition

Mk Tight; Two Weeks ToPlayWhat's

'4' Y \

the greatest cause of tension in Mainside intra-

mural bowling circles? Headaches from closing competition,
that's what.In -

the American- Lea g u e I
rS game, 32-12 and 31-13, respec-
Spades Aces with 39-9, Molorolas
with 33-11 and Operations AUW tively.
Going right along with all this
ship with 31-13, all won their
feverish for the lea-
5'r* games by shut, outs, 4-0, leavingthe competition
gue lead, the remaining teamsin
Y standings in that echeleon
just the same as they were last each circuit are relentlessly
striving for a chance at a title.
week. And in the Continental,
Aside from the three American
the VA-44 Hornets and the Fire -
e. Balls with identical 31.9's, are League shut outs already
'\ t mentioned, the Play Boys thrashed
struggling for supremacy in that
COMFAIRJAX GRIDIRON GLADIATORS-Bobby Green (second from right) of VAP-62 loop. National League leading the Pin Queens 4-0. All the
scampers around left end for a short gain against the VA-44 Hornets in the final game in the Stingers edged ahead of the remaining games wound up 3-1
ComfairJax Touch Football Tournament here last week. The Hornets beat the Sky Warriors including] Ten Pins over AdminMAA's
14.6 to clinch the coveted crown for the second consecutive year. Echoes again, but only by one
FAETU over Aircraft
... Maintenance "A," and Yellow

VA-44's Hornets .. ; : .' .. Jackets over the Electrons.In .
League TiesDeadlock iii Continental clashes, Army

ADA won a badly needed 4-0
,, : ,' in Aircraft Maintenance"B"
Are ComFairJax .. ....;:.....:......::;: .,.... over
for the only shut out in
IM : '
/I.:: ::;;:!:i\$ ; ; that group. Again, final scores
'r '
Football ChampsAttack ( .iJ: < were 3-1: O&R over ComFairJax -
) "B Fire Balls Groc-
Football PlayStandings ers, Strikes over Supply "A," 3rd
Squadron 44, a power- .. !: Crewmen over Waves Barracks,
house in the local intramural
in both intramural and Spartans over the Untouch-
touch football picture, battled its
touch football leagues turned ables.
way to the 1961 ComFairJax
into a matchmaker's nightmarelast Over in the National Leaguetwo
Touch Football Championshiplast I ...,
Aircraft Maintenance shut outs were recorded:
week, as -
week Y
for the second con- r
and VA-44 tied even at I Stingers over the Pin Benders,
secutive The
\ Hornet seven
season's end with and Scope Dopes over Road
I ,. dW It the hard way, playing the the regular I
maximum number of three gamesin 52 slates, and three >N. L. clubs, I Runners. The rest rang up 3.1

a six team, single elimination Air Force 679th, Marines and tallies: VP-30 "B" over VP30"C
bracket. NARTU, moved into a 6-1 record- a ," Paymasters over VP-16,

Next on the Atlantic gridiron deadlock at press time. Echoes over Hospital and Ma.
In last week's gridiron activity. rines "B" over Pan Handlers.
agenda will be the Air Force
Atlantic Tourney beginning Mon- the determined Marines iJ High game-series honors for
day, November 27. squelched their MARTD breth- the week were won by Bill Scar-
30-0 in the biggest rout this brough of Operations AU W
An opening day win Mondayover his brother, Ken NARTU ren PASSING-Don Oliver,
Air Group Ten of Cecil i right end. season. On Thursday, rival NAR- NARTU Quarterback throws Shop, with 233 and 650:; respec-

Field, 12-0, set the Iron Man TU had a slightly more diffi- to. tively.
holders off and running. cult time of )t with VP-18, as the

Next, they collided with Pat IM VolleyballPace score stood at 24-12, at the final
ron 30 in the semi-finals. The whistle. Aircraft i Maintenance, TD Season Nears/ Close
Stingers took that one 14-0, but VA-44 and the Air Force had

the score was far from indicativeof byes last week.Wednesday's .

the tough game which had ContinuesHot rumble between Pickers ReliefAs
been played.In Monday's league winners identi- Sigh

the final tussel between fied the Mainside intramural

VA-44 and the VAP-62 Sky War- And'Heavy champ, too late for this issue. has been the trend among local pigskin pickers late-

riors, The Hornets trounced their NATIONAL AMERICAN ly, Athletic Director Frank McCaffrey was high again after

opponents 14-6. Marines 6.1 A/C Maint. 5-2 the weekend's gridiron conflicts with 12 right out of 15. Tied
Also participating in the tour- Patron 30, last year's intram- AF 679th 6-1 VA-44 5-2 for second place was Assistant Service Information Officer

ney .were Patron 7 and the USS ural volleyball champ, continuedto NARTU 6-1 Admin. 4-3 Andy Planey, and sports writer Ralph Bailey with 11. Lastweek's
Roosevelt. The former was beaten pick up the marbles last week, VP-30 3-4 VAP-62 4-3 guest selector, Sam Bowman, of the USS RooseveltPIO

by VAP-62, 24-12, and the but nearly shaved their perfect MARTD VP-16 > 2-5 3-4 VA-176 FAETU 2-5 3-4 took the bottom rung in spite of Tennessee with 10
FDR fell victim to VP-30 record by one game at the Main- leads the trio with
12-0. VP-18 2-5 Hospital 2-5 right. McCaffrey now a respectable .677
side gym this Mnoday, as sur- Operation 0-7 correct out of 105 choices, and former best guesser Andy

prising Dispensary came withinan convinc- Planey is in-second with .601. Sports writer Ralph Bailey is
win the next game by a
ace of beating them. After ing 15-4 margin, only to narrowly still calling better than half correct, with .572 to the good.
IQ.Rr losing the first fracas 15-10, to
defeat in the third and Next week will tell the tale.
the pill pushers, VP-30 rallied to final round, 119. The patrolmennow Guest selector for this week is Barry Lyda of ComFairJax. -

ing 1960. sport a spotless 6-0 season Games chosen are: Baylor-SMU; California-Stanford;
1. Name the oldest player ever (Answers to Quiz) mark.In Florida-Auburn; Indiana-Purdue; Iowa-Notre Dame; Miss-
to win the U.S. amateur golf AlO,111 another crowd thriller the ouri-Kansas; Kentucky-Tennessee; Michigan State-Illinois;

championship. uj old 2 qo dus UIUU ejout same day, ComFairJax person- Ohio State-Michgian; Wisconsin-Minnesota; Oklahoma-Ne-
2. The Cincinnati Reds set a 'sasssdU Z6 'g6ne3 10)UOlg leA ally broke their second place tie braska; Penn State-Pitt; Rice-TCU; Texas-Texas A&M; and

five-game World Series record 'Q eq' jo lOI.tvt l.uol'1 '$ with VA-44 in another come- Miami (FlaNorthwestern.BAILEY ) .

for pinch-hitters in 1961. What '061 Ut JU') lad from behind victory 8-15,15-7 and PLANEY MAC LYDA
mark did they establish? C'OL 11 20} fjdlU9tB8ZI ZSI UI sassed 17-15. ComFair won a shutout -
pejeiduioa eq 'lulIIP'U: uojSuj earlier in the week against VP- Baylor Baylor B.ylor Baylor
3. Can you name the biggest The Fleetairmen California Stanford California California
20 uAB 16, 15-0 and 15-0. -
.qsvM eqj } [ major college quarterback for uosves 1..iN are now in second place Purdue Purdue Purdue Purdue

the 1961 season? eq; spioq qfinsg AUXUXBS 'J' with 5-1. Notre Dame- low. Iowa Notr. Dame
'* In other league play, VP-30 Missouri Kansas KansasTennessee MissouriTennessee
4. What retired grid field gen- 'SZZ q6! 'L-9 T H 'uvlislzg0tax.
shut out the Marines twice 15-0 Tennessee Tennessee
eral holds the National FootballLeague's .!. jo qqjj Auuog 'C Michigan Stale Michigan State Michigan State Michigan State
and 15-0 VA-44 beat the Air
record fast passing proficiency 'P"O)8".eu Ohio State Ohio State Ohio State Ohio State
? B 20; eBd eq o; uamq Force 679th 15-9 and 15-10, Di- MinnesotaOklahoma MinnesotaOklahoma MinnesotaOklahoma ..MinnesotaOklahoma
.qoujd si flies spell eqj. 'Z sease Vector Control downed
5. Name the footballer who 'CS6I u! UOM el{ uagM L' VP-741 15-1 and 12-10, and Di- Penn TCU State Penn TCU State Rice Pitt Rice Pitt

caught the most passes in the IBM ixxBej dno 2e:[r>M 'S Tl eq, spensary slinked past O&R 17- TexaiNorthwestern TexasNorthwestern Texas TexasNorthwestern

American Football League dur- }0 trjBjdBOpuBiiseM. >P Wr I 15 and 9-7. Miami

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Snake-Bite Serum SecretaryContinued( from Page 1))

sions, are being converted to
Located Flown combat readiness. Called up

were two National Guard divi-

sions, with two others placed ina
To Army Hospital high state of readiness.The .

f overall military personnel

,, < xt Interservice cooperation paid strength during the last half of

} off again for an Army officer at 1961 will have been increased by

Fort Stewart, Ga., last week whena more than 300,000 men, most of
Navy pilot from NAS Jax rush- whom will bolster ground forces

ed anti-venom serum there for and their support.

his protection against the bite "We have increased our military

bN of a coral snake. personnel strength in Eu-

CDR S. P. Krolczyk, NAS rope alone," McNamara said,

command duty officer that day, "by more than 40,000."

received a telephone call at 1750 Our anti-guerrilla forces have
,., been increased in size by 150
}ppA MxhvVkwN>La a+ee.w.M er.ek. x+n d.xowoxRxeMacag.aacy.wa ? from the U. S. Army Hospitalat

Ft. Stewart, requesting that the percent, with our amphibiouslift

serum be located and sent up as capability increased one-

soon as possible. third.
Forty-five combat air squad
Both the Naval Hospital and
rons have been called to active
the officer in charge of Disease
duty, and we are substantially
Vector Control Center were call-
increasing the modern, long-
ed by CDR Krolczyk in an ef-
range airlift capability of the
fort to locate the serum. W. D.
Military Air Transport Service.
Moranville, HMC, Chief of the
"We have established a new
Day at the Hospital, finally lo-
combat units of the Strategic
cated the serum at St. Vincents
unified command to combine the
Hospital, with arrangementsbeing
Army Corps and the Tactical
made to have it deliveredto
Air Command-This action will
NAS operations by the Duval
further improve the mobility and
County Patrol.
flexibility of our ground
The serum arrived at NAS Jax strength, he continued.The .
at 1920 and at 1929 LCDR W. W. Secretary of Defense said
Wear was airborne with the
that at sea we have marshalledthe
/ serum, bound for Ft. Stewart. "most massive seapower ever
PROMOTIONS GALORE-Shown In the top photo are some 123 enlisted NAS men and LCDR Wear delivered the assembled under one flag."
women who received their advancement certificate during formal ceremonies at the NAS
Gym last Thursday. However, due to the large number of personnel advanced publication of all serum and returned to NAS Jax ,"The active fleet,',' he said,
photos and names from each command Is Impossible due to space limitations. Thirty-one of at 2135, completing the missionin "which has been increased by
the 33 personnel from Station commands who were advanced to chief petty officer rank are less than four hours from the more than 70 vessels, includes

shown initiation In the ceremonies bottom photo for at them the NAS there.CPO Club on Thursday Just prior to the commencementof time the phone call was received. nearly 900 ships, ranging from

attack carriers, guided missile

AWCO Begins Wage Change : V cruisers submarines ships."and, to patrol nuclear-powered and auxiliary -

lie said six carriers of the

\ Survey Of Jacksonville AreaThe Forrestal class, as well as nine
other attack carriers, are deployed -
throughout the world's oceans
local Area Wage and Classification Office began a with two other attack carriers

Wage Change Survey of the Jacksonville area on November currently in maintenance.

14, the results of which will provide the basis for determination "Twelve carrier air groups and

by the Office of Industrial Relations of a new schedule nearly 1,000 aircraft are available

I of wages: for ungraded civilian employees.A for the mission of hunting down

A, new pay schedule, if war- completion of contract negotia- and killing enemy submarines

I' ranted, will be issued to become tions by the significant firms in r wherever they may be operating -

effective not later than the first the area. Most of the negotia- L4 ,"
., <'.
day of the first pay period tions in the Jax area are com-

which begins on or after Janu- pleted in .October, thus the "best Model

ary 16, 1962, according to the month" locally is November.
((Continued from Page 1))
AWCO. Are there any specific pro- ..+ ., t
. The 'survey is being conducted cedures for conducting wage sur- ... .. .... with the club later on jointly
I jointly by the Bureau of Labor ? Yes. The Office of Industrial owning such rolling stock.
veys TO THE CPO CLUB. BOOTS'-This was a familiar sight-
I Statistics and the AWCO for the Relations has issued and sound around the VP-16 hangar area last Thursday as the Main requirement for member-
purpose of up-rating the infor- NAVEXOS P-1417, "Policies and "old salts" took advantage of Initiation rites for new "boot ship, he said, is interest and some
CPO's" following their advancement to that rate. VP-16's "Boot- spare time to devote in off hours.
mation obtained in the full
scale Procedures for Wage Surveys", "
mobile, with newly promoted chiefs, John G. Cunninghamleft Call and leave and
survey conducted last year. which is available for review at ( ) and John C. Kerr in the harness, was caught here as It your name
Some typical questions relativeto the Industrial Relations Depart- prepared for a trip to the CPO Club initiation ceremonies with how you can be reached at CAPT
several "old timers" at the reins for the ride. Fagan's office, Ext. 700 or 237.r..5.vYSS .
wage survey procedures are ment here.
and answered the A
given by W-
,. .
:''M taIXry.v.}q.vs'.kwn.; } .v+ sa"h 0:}xshx: 4:+'aS'tta.
CO. Navy Exchange
What is the difference between -

a full-scale survey and a Holiday Hours >

, wage change survey-In a full-
scale survey, wage informationfor Are Set Here

key jobs is collected from a Extended hours, offering { ., qlua

representative sampling of em- night-time Christmas shoppingfor

ployers within the Jacksonvillelabor its authorized customers,

I market area. This information have been announced by the .tir .
I ';:b,?.#:,????;: !:+:,tic
is obtained by data collectors Navy Exchange, to begin on
> s :a, r<::}?%::'t
: ;
who make on-the-spot visits December 5. %}rr.: : .
I ; ;{py..Yy!k N
I to the firms being surveyed. In a The Hospital Retail Store r:41: ;b,a,:Qn Q Si
wage change survey, any increases I will begin the extended hours

or decreases in wage period by remaining open un- c, fr)4.) w

rates which have occurred since til 2000 Tuesday, December 5,
: tiJ2L
the previous full scale are ob- and each Tuesday thereafter

tained. This type covers the same until Christmas.The : .
ratings and firms used in the last Mainside Retail Store
full-scale survey. Data collectorsare and Toyland will also begin

not used. extended hours on Thursday, i .J.j: .:. .

How often are wage sur- December 7, remaining open :ti: :;::
until 2000 each Thursday 's'daw.S.r: .. ..nx..giE SL,, JRXedtL Fa7! .. ..b+ +fa,
veys scheduled-Normally every thereafter until Christmas.In ATTEND FIFTH ANNUAL USO RECEPTION-Some 75 military officers and their wives
but less
never frequentlythan
year; addition to the extra were guests of the Fifth Annual USO Committee Military Officers Reception in St. Augustine

once every two years. shopping hours being probided recently which is held each year In advance of the annual Pal Day. Pal Day this year will be
How is the exact date determined I on December 2. Shown here during the of the left
both the Mainside Retail course reception are ( to right) Brigadier Emil
? Primary considera- Sotre and Toyland will be Miller, Jacksonville's Salvation Army USO director CDR W. J. Schub, NAS Sax executive of.

tion is given the "best month"to open until 2000, Friday, Dec- ficer MajGen. Mark W. Lance Florida Adjutant General CAPT J. A. Compton, NAS com-

survey. The "best month" is ember 15. raaning officer, and BrlgGen. Harold Haney, U. S. Army (Ret.). Chairman of the St. Augustine
usually the month following the USO committee.