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NATTUnit's Beville Holiday TragedyTragic New P3A Orion Herei

Finally Gets MedalIt motor vehicle acci- On Orientation VisitThe

dents often convert the Christmas -

took 17 years, but an Aviation Electrician's Mate sta- Season into a period of first P3A Lockheed Orion delivered to Patrol Squadron

tioned at the Naval Air Technical Training Unit here has deepest anguish for many 30, home-based at NAS Jax, was flown from that unit's

finally received a medal he earned during World War II families. Detachment Alpha in Patuxent River, Md. to NAS last Thurs-

BONDE BEVILLE. AE1, was day for an orientation visit.
Don't let an accident mar
of Free French who assisted themin
an infantry private In the '
when it happened t- thanks to reaching their own lines. your Holidaysl was to introduce and orientate officers and men of the squadron -

his actions, he and 11 other men Beville was in the Army from The Spirit of Christmas will the main body of VP-30 person of the Patuxent detachmenthas

escaped from German troops that September of 1942 to January of live on, will You? nel here in Jax with the new been in progress since June
1. The training is in preparationto
had captured them.
1946. aircraft. Intensive training by 60JflX
receive the new Orion as a
Beville was presented the
replacement for the veteran and
Bronze Star Medal, ninth highest
currently operational P2V Nep-
military award, by Captain H. D. tune Patrol Bomber.
Allen, NATTU Commanding Of-
The new Orion (pronounced
ficer, in ceremonies Nov. 29.
O-Rye-on), is a four-prop jet
Beville says he knew he was loaded with the most up to date

recommended for the medal at I equipment the Navy has in op-

the time, but he left the Army in I eration now, everything is just

January of 1946, and not hearing about double the P2V capabil

anything about it, presumed it ities. The speed altitude a:-.J the

had been disapproved.Then range is about doubled. A standup -

the NATTU Personnel galley and other facilities

Office initiated a'letter' request- have been added for crew com-

ing information on any Army fort.Present
awards he had received, and it planning by naval

came to light.BEVILLE authorities has programmed

WAS ASSIGNEDto Jacksonville as the next possi-

the 103rd Cactus Division, NEW P3A ON THE JAX SCENE-The New Lockheed-built P3A Orion (pronounced O-rye- ble base to supply its patrol

110th Regiment,George Company, on) "doubles" the capability of the P2V Neptune (right) it will replace and in this comparative squadrons with the new anti-
in the Black Forest area in photo, it looks it. The Orion was flown from Patuxent to Jax last Thursday by Detachment submarine aircarft, when associ-
Southern in Alpha of VP-30 as part of an initial orientation tour. The Jax detachment will train crews of ated facilities required to main-
Germany, a cam- the Atlantic Fleet at NAS Patuxent River, Md.
paign generally referred to the the plane are made avail-

Black Forest Redoubt, when the able.
cited action occurred. "OUR DETACHMENT at Pa-
tuxent is slated to get three
George Company had taken
Orions to use in training", Com-
small German Village, Weiss- mander Walter ''Honour, Skipperof
baden, near the Austrian Border,
VP-30 said. "Some training,
and was under attack from the
particularly in the winter months
Germans trying to retake the
will be accomplished here at

village. NAS Jax," he added.
Beville was a member of a
Although not scheduled to be
twelve man squad which had Vol. 20 No. 39 U. S. NAS Jacksonville Florida 13 December 1962
placed into operation with pa-
set up a roadblock at the edge of trol
squadrons until after the

undetermined the village. Pinned' number down of enemy by an Christmas Trees On Sale/ ; AFMA Men was first pressed of the year into, the service new at P3A the

troops, they could not be relieved heighth of the Cuban crisis and
'or reinforced and were''I Fire Hazards RecountedSeveral To Hear : fulfilled all of the Navy's ex-

subsequently captured and takento pectations.Two .

another village where they hundred Canadian spruce trees went on sale today By Martin ManMembers operational squadrons

were locked up in a barnlike at 0900 on the tennis court at the corner of Mustin Road based at Patuxent are presently

structure under guard. and Yorktown Avenue. of Jacksonville Chap- equipped with the P3A Orion.

Some 12 hours later, Beville ter 40 of the Armed Forces Man- They are VP-8 and VP-44.

succeeded in killing the guard THE SCHEDULE FOR TIMES Saturday, December 15 only agement Association will get a Patron 30 of Jax is charged

and obtaining a German burp the trees will be on sale is: Mon- from 0900 to 1500. better picture of the inner work- with the mission of training re-

gun. He released the other 11 and days and Thursdays from 0900 to ings of personnel managementof placement pilots, navigators and
Getting the tree home and get- one of the U. S.'s top industrial
they escaped, wiping a por- aircrewmen for all the Atlantic
2000; Tuesdays, Wednesdays and ting it set is only half the
tion of the unit holding them. up firms at their monthly luncheon Fleet patrol squadrons under
They later encountered a patrol Fridays from 0900 to 1630; and job. Remember that! 'meeting next Thursday at 1215 the overall command of Com-
in the Smith Room of the Civilian
mander Fleet Air Atlan-
Millions of dollars every year Wings
go up in smoke because of care- Cafeteria here.EDWARD tic in Norfolk.Employees.

lessness. It might not be through J. FALLON man-
{ human error alone that these ager of Education and Personnelof
accidents occur, often times tak- the Martin Company's Orlando May

$4; t ing lives, but of faulty electrical plant, will speak to the local

decorations, too dry a tree, AFMA chapter on "Personal and Purchase Yule
a candle flame or an over heated Personnel Development."

furnace.A .
A graduate of the University
Dinner For
few helpful hints worthy of (Continued on Page 5, Col. 5)) 25c

thought in warding off possible
The NAS Jax
I hazards are: keep the tree Employees'Recreation
and Welfare
standing in water, place the tree '
ciation and Food Services
from heated area-keep
:. Board has extended to all em-
candles away from tree, curtains
ployees an invitation to enjoy
.x'w and other flammable materials.Use
only "Underwriters Labora- a complete pre-Christmas din-
;Y tories Inc." labeled electrical ner next week for 25 cents at
the Civilian Cafeteria.
fc decorations check for worn
wiring-do not overload circuit,
this week, through Friday, and
use only those decorations whichare
L will entile the employee to a
.. flame-proofed-do not use
; :: : :.y. 4 : :: complete turkey dinner with all
: j1--- such substances as paper, cotton, r.
pyroxylin for decorations.cleanup f: the trimmings any day next
sa week. Tickets sellers locatedat
(a&t''G'AG Nl ----- are
those Christmas wrapping im-
IT'S STRAIGHT-Capt. H. D. Allen NATTU Commanding mediately. the main lobby of O&R De-

Officer checks alignment after pinning Bronze Star Medal on partment, Bldg. 101 all this week;

Bonde Beville AE1. Beville received the Medal for heroic TREES, CANDLES AND dec- at the entrance to canteen cafe-

action during World War II. The presentation was made on orations are not the only things teria at Supply Department

Thursday, November 29. which require close, attention.Be Bldg. 110 through today; and in
sure that playsuit is non- A*MA SPEAKER-Edward Bldg. 170 through Friday. All

flameable and that those electrical J. Fallen, Manager of Educa other employees may purchase
Senator Smith Visits Station TodaySenator Lion and Personnel Develop
toys have been properly Inspected ment for the Martin Co. at tickets at the snack bar in the

Margaret Chase Smith, visit the Station today. and if there are any Orlando, FlaM will speak to I, civilian cafeteria.
tottlers in the household be sure Chapter 40 of the Armed Forces Each employee may purchaseone
of Maine, second ranking Re- Mrs. Smith has just completedan and arrest their desire to see Management Association next ticket which is to be pre- I

publican member of the Senate inspection tour to the Naval how tall they are as they hang Thursday. His subject will be sented to the cashier in the spe- t
"Personal and Personnel De
Armed Services Committee will i Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. on to that tree branch. velopment." (Continued on Page 5, CoL 1)

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2 JAX AIR NEWS 13 December 1962


r Station Traffic


y Violation Record

Following is a report of
NAS, Jtcbonvlll
CAPT J. R. Compton ..........."......... ...............".................... Commanding Officer traffic violations for the per-
COR Walter J. Schub ..............................."........................ ...... Executive Officer iod December 1 through De- \ s
Fleet Air Jackionvlllt NAB 6ND cember 7.NUMBER.

RADM JoMph M. Carton ................................................................ Commander OF ACCIDENTSThis
CAPT Vincent Casey ................................."...................".........._. Chief of Staff
week (Dec 1-7)) ...........6
Fleet Air WIng Eleven

CAPT Gilbert J. Frauenhelm ............................................................ Commander Total accidents this year a
CAPT Andrew H. Cowart .................................................... Chief Staff Officer through Dec. 7 ....................253 k ,
Naval Air Technical Training Unit Number of accidents throughDec.

CAPT HartMl D. Allen ........................................................ Commanding Officer
CDR Eugene F. Verdery ............................................................ Executive Officer 1961 .............,.,........... ..249

CAPT J. M. Hanner ..."........................................"........."...... Commanding Officer LAST INJURY IN MOTOR .
CAPT Stephen H. Tolini ............................................".......""... Executive Officer VEHICLE ACCIDENT 4
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit

CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. .................................................... Commanding Officer NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis
CDR William M. Miller .. ........................................................ Executive Officer week (Dec 1-7)) ... ...79 ir111
Printed commercially with, non-appropriated fund In Jacksonville, Florida at no Speeding ., ,..... ............../... .....5 1//
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS Pas Rev. July 1958. Going through stop sign 3 ,

Distributed weekly free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Other violations ................. .69
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing (rj 11l'' .
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U. S. Naval Hospital. Forty-one drivers appeared 1J

LCDR Ralph D. McClure ........................ ... Service Information Officer before the Traffic Hearing /
Andrew H. Planey ......,................. Asisstant Service Information Officer Board at the meeting held on Ii IIIllll0I111"
Editor-Mae Spencer, J01; Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone, JOt, Staff-
December 10. of
Robert Dodds, SAt Ruth Anne Roberts, SA. !! II
Members of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern end. International the cases include the follow- NATIONAt SAFETY fOUNIl ...,. rthrough
Councils of Industrial Editors. ing: Nine lost driving and "'"*
of THE
courtesy SCRANTON ]
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material parking privileges aboard the TIMESTo
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing cerdit Is given. Photographs
unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs. station; 15 were assigned to the family-from Dad
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone an eight hour course in remedial -

extensions 8164, 656, 272, or 8161. driving instructions; eight "
0" Club Events
were given suspended penal- Holiday PrayerBy

ties; 12 were given warnings,
Are You A Good Driver? and six were dismissed. Luncheon Friday,1115-1345.December 14 Roger W. Dana

1. Do you get upset when traffic is delayed for a You YOUR REACTION TIME NATTU Coffee St. Johns This holiday, I ask you, God,
are driving auto-
short period because of congestion? mobile. your Room 1000. For all the aid we need-
2. Do you feel that accidents are due to bad luck? Suddenly an emergency Happy Hour 1530-1800.
You it That we might practice safety first
occurs. see -
3. Do believe in taking chances in attempting to "
FAETU Party- 0" Club An-
but while you realize the In every thought and deed-
pass other cars? nex 1900-0100.
danger and
4. Do you daydream when driving? move your foot to Dinner 1800-2130.
apply the brakes, time has To cherish and protect us all
5. Do you get annoyed when other drivers make gone by.That Dancing in Dining Room with
And give us help to know
minor mistakes?
interval is called Kay Ryan Trio 2000-2400.
6. When approaching a yellow traffic light, do you "reaction time." your Saturday, December 15 The safest way to have our fun

speed up to beat the red light? Luncheon Wherever we may go
The most alert sci- 1115-1345.
7. When there is line of other for person,
a cars waiting a
entific tests show, needs not Happy Hour 1530-1800. Bestow your blessing on us all,
red do like to ahead of the line?
light, you slip less than half a second to get Nurses' Christmas Party St. And keep us in your care,
8. When you see a no-passing zone or double centerline the brakes to work. Many dri- Johns & Walnut Rooms 1800.
ahead do ahead and another car? And let our holidays each year
you go pass Dinner
vers require one, or one and 1800-2130.
9. When you are in a line of cars moving at the speed one-half seconds. The averageis Dancing in Dining Room with Become another prayer.

limit of 50 mph, do you drive at 40? three-fourths second. Emory Evans 2000-2400. (reprinted from the Industrial

10. Do get upset when someone criticizes Supervisor)
you your Since at even 30 miles an Sunday, December 16

driving? hour your car travels 44 feet Brunch 1115-1345.
11. When the speed limit is 50 mph do drive at
you in one second, if you are an Family Buffet 1800-2100. Credit Union ToCloseHolidays
60 or 65?
average your car will
12. Do you double park, even though it is strictly for- travel 33 feet before your Monday, December 17
bidden by local ? 1115-1345.
regulations brakes can be applied.
13. When another car attempts to pass you, do you Even the best brakes take Happy Hour 15301800.

speed up to keep him from passing? time to stop a car. The scien- Dinner 1800-2100. The Manager of the Credit
14. Do when Night 2030. Union, Norman Clive, has announced
you ignore stop signs you see that there tific tests show that at 30
{Tuesday, December 18 that the Credit Union
are no cars approaching? miles an hour on a dry road
15. Do you "jump" traffic lights before the light has fourwheel brakes in good con- Luncheon 1115-1345. office will be closed for business

turned green? dition usually require 47 feet. Dinner Happy Hour 1800-2100.1530-1800. December 24 through January

Add this 47 feet to your re- 1, 1963.
action time Duplicate Bridge, Walnut 1 The of this annual
of 33 feet, and you Room 2000. purpose
w Ribif have 80 feet as the distancein closing is to enable the office
All Wives Bridge
0 which your car CAN BE Room 1230. staff to compute dividends on

STOPPED if going 30 milesan share accounts and to calculatethe
Wednesday, December
hour. 19 interest refund of 10 per cent,
Luncheon 1115-1345.
At 40 miles an hour, the that is to be made to all borrowers. -
Happy Hour
distance is 128 feet; at 50 Dinner 1800-2100. The dividends and interest

miles it is 186 feet; and at 60 refund amounts will be creditedto
Thursday, December
miles it is 251 feet. Luncheon 1145-1345. 20 members share accounts as of

Think about these distances December 31.Wives .
Happy Hour 1530-1800.
when you are driving on the Dinner 1800-2100.

streets and highwaysanddon't MeetThe
take chances.

"O" Club Extras Marine Wives will meet

Divine Services December 17, 2000, at Bldg 572.

Arrangements have The project for the night will
"I've waited long enough they can |just stop for mel" PROTESTANT been made
to have be
a bus available for transportation packing of Christmas
0830-Holy Communion, AlSaints' 1 cookies for Hospital
from the "O" Club to the Naval

Chapel0930Naval the Gator Bowl and return on patients. All enlisted Marine

Hospital Chapel Saturday, December 29. Tickets Wives are invited to attend.
0930-Service of Divine Wor ,
$5 per person, include
All Saints' a kick off
4 YIE t 1100-Service of Divine Wor brunch at 1115 and a buffet din- MDBS Notice

ship, All Saints' Chapel ner commencing at 1800. Reser- Employees Mutual Death
CATHOLICSunday required only a lim Benefit Society Notice 200 and

ited space available. 201 is issued to advise mem-

0630-Naval Hospital Chapel bers of the death of two of

0900 & 1200-St. Tickets its members.
Edwards are now on sale for the
Chapel. annual New Years' Eve Party at As a result of payments by

Weekdays the "O" Club. Buffet Dinner will the Society, members will now

Monday Through Friday be served from 1930-2200. Happy be assessed $2.20 which is now

0630-St. Edwards Chapel Hour prices from 1930-2200 and due and payable. The ten day

1615-King Hall. Champagne at special prices. Mu notice of assessment began on

Saturday0900King sic December 4.Members .
by Charlie Jay. There will be

Hall fun for all with hats, noisemakers are 'reminded that

Confessions are heard from leis, etc. Dress is formaland cash payments will not be

1900-2000 and before Masses. the price is $10.00 per couple. accepted.Page .

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13 December 1962 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

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: 28 Civilians
: :. .:Y EmployeesGet

Award ChecksTwentyeight

A : yi I

U ifli civilian employees were presented with

\ benefical suggestion awards for the month of October. The

checks, totaling $910, went to three Departments: Overhauland

Repair. Public Works and Supply
The largest award, $80, went to

William C. Rhodes and Willie E. Federal Workers

Dobbs of O&R for thEIr suggestion

on the repair of a third

stage nozzle of a T-58 Engine. Must Register.

When a repair of a third stage ,

nozzle of a T-58 Engine was dam-
After Attack
aged, these suggesters devised

special tools and procedures to
In the event of nuclear attack
effect an acceptable repair.
upon the United States the rapidity
The second largest check for
M. Barnes with which our total man
$65, went to Joseph

and Max J, Martin of O&R, for power is marshaled and utilized
BENNY SUGGERS-Capt. Jamei A. Bentley NAS Public
Works Officer presents a check for $25 to Roy W. Pan and their suggestion on Gun Charger will determine our ability to sur-

FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION Julian G. Davis while Lt. Charles J. Girowics. PWD Shops Line, blank-off. The A3D gun vive and fight back. The Gov-
Engineering Officer looks on. The two civilian service employ charger and Aero IB bleed air
ees received the check for their idea of a hinged safety plate. pressure line runs through the ernment maintains detailed mobilization -

aft fuel cell area immediately plans for accomplishingthis

Several important events have CIVIL SERVICE adjacent to the fuel cell. objective An important partof
either occured or are being plan-
Other cash award winners the national mobilization plan,
ned for members
of Yukon
Willie Middleton, Wil- including the Navy's is based
were: $60-
Branch 126 Fleet Reserve Association -
News In ReviewThe lie B. Allen and Daniel M. Davis. upon locating and mobilizing as
according to a Branch
$45-Carl Rhoden and James L. quickly as possible the skilled

spokesman. 36 plans participating in Elston. $40-James T. Campbell services of trained Federal em-

S MORE THAN 150 MEMBERSand the Federal Employees Health the eight i individualpracticeplans and Duke J. Geary, Anna N. De- ployees following an attack. The

their dependents were pre Benefits program have reportedthat $6.7 million. The Govern- and Raymond K. Rein- general plan for mobilizing Fed-
sent at the Branch's annual ment-wide plans are the Indemnity
almost $338 million of covered W. Parr and eral employees is as follows:
hardt. $25-Roy
Cjiristmas party held on Satur- and medical expenses Benefit Plan and the Ser-
hospital Julian G. Davis, Lewis E. Jordan, 1. EACH EMPLOYEE has been
day, December 8, at the NAS were incurred by Fed vice Benefit Plan.
Jeanette S. Alderman and LarryA. issued a Department of Defense
Skeet Club, where a buffet din- eral and their dependents
employees For the first contract
period, McDonald. $20-Atwood T. Instruction Card (DD Form
ner was served, Christmas movies the first
during con-
employees contributed about 62 Carter, E. L. Westerwelle, and 886-1)). This card cites essential
were shown to the Children tract period July 1, 1960, through
per cent and the Government 38 Andrew J. Cain. $15-Daniel M. actions to be taken in an emer-
and Santa appeared to pass out October 31 1961 The Civil Ser-
per cent of the premiums paidto Davis, Irene T. Dike, Wallace E. gency and gives instructions con-
presents to all the youngsters.On vice Commission recently re
plans.In Weeks, Vernon K. Jones and cerning the location of emergency
Sunday December 9
ported.OF reporting on the first 16 Victor Spirko. A letter of Appreciation assembly areas.
ground-breaking ceremonies were THE TOTAI EXPENSES
months of operation of the pro went to Martin L. Rissel
held on the site where the new the two Government-wide plans 2. The Civil Service Commis-
gram, the Commission said that and Jeanette S. Alderman of O&R.
home of Branch 126 will be erected reported about $269.4 million, 23 of the plans, including the sion will operate a nation-wide

on Blanding Boulevard the 13 employee-organization I Government-wide, erl1ployee-or- postattack registration of Federal -

just north of its intersection with plans $45 million, the 13 group- ganization, and individualpractice Cardinal SpellmanTo employees. Federal emrV'''ees ..

Collins Road.Following practice plans $16.9 million and plans, are required by the who are unable, because of ene-

a brief welcoming terms of their contracts to be Visit TroopsFor my attack, to carry out their re-

speech to those assembled there Two NARTU "experience-rated." These plans the 12th consecutive year sponsibilties as listed on the back

by L. P. Whitmire, Branch Vice cover 96 per cent of the total His Eminence Francis Cardinal of their DD Form 886 or 886-1,

President, who presided in the EM's Retire HereTwo Federal employee enrollment.The Spellman will spend the Christmas are I required to "go to the near-

absence of President O. L. Allen, holiday season with American est Post Office, ask the Postmaster -
experience of t the first
Corporation President J. E. Mur- for a Federal employee reg-
NARTU Jax enlisted men, contract period enabled most of troops stationed overseas.
phy and Mrs. Mildred Whitmire, both from the Unit's Aircraft istration card, fill it out and return -
these plans to add new benefits This year the Roman Catholic
President of the Ladies' Aux- it to him." A Departmentof
Maintenance Department, were
during the second contract period leader, Archbishop of the See of
iliary, the three Branch officers honored in separate retirement : without raising premiumrates. New York, will visit military installations Defense representative on dutyat
each wielded officially each regional office will assistin
a ceremonies here recently.
the Orient I
Fifteen of the experiencerated in Alaska,
begin the construction. the processing and reassign-
Honored were R. H. Roberts, plans will also be able to and Southeast Asia returning to

MEMBERS OF THE BRANCH ADRCA, of Miami, and Jimmy J. hold their initial premium rates New York via London Jan. 2. ment of all Department ,of Defense -
Board of civilian employees who so
Directors were also pre Long, ADR2, of 111 West Forty- through the third contract per Cardinal Spellman will fly to
register. Special effort will be
sent for the event.Refreshments .
I first Jacksonville. iod which November
street 1
began Anchorage for a tour of two
were served following -! made to return you to your em-
the ceremonies. Chief Roberts entered the Navy 1962, and ends October 31, 1963. Alaskan bases Dec. 15 and arrive ploying activity. If this is not

Branch 126 members will holda January 8, 1942, at Houston, The Federal Employees Health in Tokyo Dec. 18. From therehe possible, you will be placed in

Texas. He enlisted in the TAR Benefits program is the largest will visit Korea, Okinawa, other '
some military activity. .
Turkey Shoot all day Saturday,
program June 26, 1946, and spent employer-sponsored group health Formosa and the Philippines.He .
December 16, at 6670 103rd Street 13 years at NARTU Miami before benefits program in the world. will say Christmas Mass in I In the event that your card has

which will be open to all comers that unit was disbanded and he About 2 million employees and Saigon, South Vietnam, remain, been lost or mutilated, please

who are interested in winning a was transferred here. almost 4 million of their dependents ing there three days before going contact the Employment Office,

bird for their Christmas dinner. Roberts was extended for a are covered by the pro on to Thailand, Pakistan and Industrial Relations Department,
Bring own shotgun ((12
London. for a replacement.
year last month due to the Cuban gram.
guage only) or use guns pro-
crisis but was released after the
vided on the site. All ammunitionwill
tension had eased. The Chief hasa
be furnished.The .
wife and two teenage childrenat
regular monthly meetingof
the home in Miami. I
the Branch 126 Board of Dir-

ectors has been announced for Long entered the Navy December I

1930 in 12, 1941, at Macon, Ga., and
Friday, December 14, at V4 / ,
came to NARTU Jax in Decem- f ... .. %, 1 .. ., ..
in Yu
the Branch meeting hall
meet- ber of 1946. He is married..and p /rpI fr 1,1r
kon. The regular monthly

ing of Branch members has been has one child.MSgtM I

set for Thursday, December 20,

at the meeting hall.Holiday urray First

DanceThe Enlisted WM RetiresMaster v _
I _____ p. M :. #
Jacksonville Catholic Sergeant Catherine G. ; Z7W1
Murray of Phillips burg, New 4
Club will sponsor a Christmas -
Jersey became the first women
Dance on Saturday, December I
Marine to retire from active duty i
15 from 2000 to 2400 at the _
when she completed nearly 20 :
Bishop Kenny Cafetorium on years of service November 30. f trIJ j; '
off *
Kingsman Ave., Southside, // 1
the Beach Road. The sergeant, a former civil _

The dance will be semi-, service stenographer, enlisted in I =1, : -J : L

formal. Uniform or coat and the Marine Corps Reserve in 1943. _
Assigned motor transport duties SANTA'S HELPERS at the Navy Exchange prepare for their biggest day of the year, this
tie may be worn. Saturday December 15. The Mainside Navy Exchange and Toyland will extend their hours to
until 1946, she drove both sedans -
The Jazz Masters will pro- 1500 on that day for shoppers convenience. There will be an additional window for check cash
vide the music. and five-ton trucks for the ing open at the Athletic Gear Check-out Office Bldg. 3. According to Navy Exchange officials

Cost is $3.00 per couple. Corps during WWII. a well-balanced selection of merchandise will be on hand for those last minute hoppers.



Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS. 13 December- 1962

Gators Out To Break : Tickets On Sale

For Gator Bowl fAX AIR SPORTS

Odds Makers FiguresEven Basketball TiltsThe NEWSSupply

though the odds-makers are figuring to install Penn Gator Bowl Basketball

State as a heavy favorite to trim Florida in the December 29 Tournament got an unexpectedboost

Gator Bowl game, there are those who support the belief that when defending champion Moves Into

I the Gators could upset the apple cart. Virginia Tech gained the lime-

THAT PENN STATE with its light by knocking off top-ranked

9-1 record, is good is a fact. The Kentucky in ,the season's opener.It .
fact that Florida with its 6-4 Grains, Julie, was the first home opener American League TieSupply

is loss for the Wildcats since 1926
record is out of the running, I ,

not a fact. This is a grand opportunity Langasse Set and marked previously unranked downed VAP-62 by taking an early lead in the
for underdog Floridato Virginia Tech as a team to be
first half of last Monday night's game of the American Leaguein
rise to the occasion and make Handball PaceThe reckoned with. the Mainside gym to win the hard court contest 57 to 52:
the odds-maker look bad. The basketball tourney will be
held Dec. 27 28 at th$) spacious ply (66)-MARTD (15); AF-
"It has been no secret during spotlight in the singles placed them in a tie for first
November that the Gators' three- bracket of Intramural Handballis Jacksonville Coliseum with Vir- place with AF679th who also has 679th (44)-COMess ((32)); Admin -
ginia Tech, Rice, Florida and ((44)-VAP-62) ((35) NARTU
team talent was capable of play- focused on three leaders three wins and no losses. V AP62 ;
against Grain of VAP-62 Rich- Georgia Tech battling for honors. ((38)-A/C) Maint ((34); VA-44
ing a great game any op- Emmett suffered its second loss of the
ponent. Circumstances make us ard Langasse and Keith Julie Florida and Rice tangle in the season to give them a two and ((47))-VP-30 ((34)); FAETU ((41)

more than reasonably positive both of VP30. opener on Dec. 27, followed by two record. -Hospital (39); VP-7 (54)-)

that Florida and Penn State will Virginia Tech, Gerogia 'Tech in MARTD ((20)); COMess ((59)-)
magnificent football Crain won his second matchof the second fray. The winners The Supply team leaped out in Marines ((23)).
give us a
for the fans and the TV the season last week when he will clash in the second game on front by 15 points in the first
Bobstein of the half with a ball stealing and bas-
audience Dec. 29th," selection downed Bruce Dec. 28th for the title precededby
chairman Lamar Dean said. Hospital by scores of 21-14 and the losers in a battle for con- ket hugging performance to lead Ping Pong
22-20. solation honors. at halftime 31 to 16.
Florida coach Ray Graves had
Tickets I for the basketball Then after a halftime pep talk
much to say about his chargesbut In a much closer match, Lan- LeadersNamed
tournament are now on sale at VAP-62 darted out to make a
summed it this way: "Our defeated Willie King of
up gasse Special Services, Bldg 704, phone come back to end the third
players decided they are capableof O&R beating him by the same
extension 593. Tickets are pricedat quarter only ten points from

playing well against any team score in two games, 2119. $1 and $2.Willie. their opponents.In .
in the nation, we feel we are now As the IM Ping Pong tourna-
in the Langasse's teammate Julie won their attempt to win the
one of the best teams ment nears its end, Cliff Tullyof
contest VAP-62 within three
South and a fitting representative over Washburn Wear of O&R in Jones came FAETU is leading the singles
points of Supply with only one
to test Penn State in the the first two games of the match bracket while David Cox and
minute left to but the
Retains Fla. sup-
Gator Bowl Our boys are
game. Howard Southard of
by scores of 21-11 and 2113. plymen slipped by them 57 to VAP-62 are
to atone for their final loss
eager winning the doubles bracket.
of the year to Miami." The doubles bracket has not Judo Title 52.

Gator Bowl fans and the fight- yet been started. FOUR OF THE STARTINGfive Tully downed Southard as the

ing Gators will see a better Penn Returning from the Florida for Supply ran their scoringinto victor of the winners bracket
State Judo Championships, 'when defeating him in matches of
State team than the one that per- double figures with H. M.
formed a 30-15 operation on $ Willie Jones, a member of the Braxton and D. A. Venter each 21-14 and 21-16, consecutively.Cox .
Jax Navy Judo Club and
Georgia Tech last December, except scoring fourteen points. and Southard won the win
; ) holder of the first degree
for one factor-the reserves Following are the results of ners bracket in the doubles after
; black belt in the 140-pound
be to the 1961 stand ,4 : the from December
may not up weight division, has maintained games played beating Arlen Tritt and Henry

ard.The his Florida State title 4 through December 10 in both Ray of O&R, 21-15, 10-21 and 21-
Gators on the other hand leagues of IM Basketball: Sup 15.
for the third consecutive
sound and ready for the
appear The tournament, which gath-
big fray, with the possible exception ered over 500 participants from
of halfback Bob Hoover all regions of the state including Top Kegler Teams In TourneyThe I

Hoover suffered a leg injury in
10 judomen from NAS, was heldin -
the Miami game and may miss St. Petersburg, December 12. scheduled season of IM winning first place and the Cou-

his final game before his home Representing the Junior division Bowling has ended with the gars second.

town fans. Otherwise the Gators of the Jax team was Pat championship rolloffs getting underway Bandits of
will operate behind southpaw Sullivan who took third place at the Mainside bowling National Supply won the
League honors followedby
quarterback Tom Shannon. honors in the 15-year-old age alley yesterday. (These match results another VA-44
I The Kickoff is now slated for group. were not available at press team, the
Stingers which
1400. Tickets are on sale for $6 THE CLUB is holding a local time). placed second.

I and $7 at Special Servrces, Bldg \, promotional tournament this Saturday The five-day session, which Today's clashes, beginning at

704 at NAS Jax. The supply is at the club house (Bldg. will end next Tuesday, involves 1800, will be between the Hornets -

getting short, Special Services 726))I from 1000 to 1200 for memo Dispensary which won the number and A/C Maint; Banditsand

: officials say. Willie Jones bers of the Junior division. These one spot in the American Cougars; Dispensary and

young men will try out for the League with A/C Maint taking Stingers. Tomorrow's matches

next highest belt degree. All second. begin at 1500, Monday's at 1500,

S other divisional judo participantswill Two VA-44 teams swept the with the final rolloffs on Tues

,; SportsScene'nHeard journey to Tampa in Feb- Continental League-the Hornets day at 1530.

ruary for the Florida prmotion-

als.FRIDAYS Pickers End
have now been add Parlay

ed to the workout schedule.

Members may use the facilities With Bowl GamesSo
"We have bled, but we will rise again," was the comment of from 1830 to 2100.
Army Coach Paul Dietzel after the 34-14 win by Navy ,. Inci- Also, with the increasing interest our pickers could add two more predictions to their list,
dently, Army has won only three of the last 13 football games with being shown on behalf of we are moving the Bowl Picking Date up a week to include the

Navy Navy Coach Wayne Hardin said, "We wanted to playa the fairer sex, a new women's Liberty and Gotham classics.

game, fit for the President and we did!I" Navy turned down a program on Saturdays from 1200to Encoring by virtue of his bettering all other Pickers during
the season with a perfect 14 of .14 is
t] bid to play in the National Trophy Bowl Game at Washington, D. C. 2000 has been introduced to SIO office. He is jbined by regulars Andrew Frank McCaffrey.Planey of the NAS

!, Captain Bill Busik. Director of Athletics, said..,"a five and five rec- both Waves and dependents. Director, the Editors and the Sports Writer. Athletic

ord is not good enough." New York Giants Coach Allie Sherman Bowl games getting underway this Saturday and
i is chalking up quite a record; two Eastern division titles in two Jax Netmen Enter into next year are: BLUEBONNET BOWL-Georgia Tech vs Missouri over.

years. Gone are the days of the "all brawn, no brain" football ; GATOR BOWL-Penn State vs Florida; SUN BOWL-West

player. Heisman Trophy winner Terry Baker of Oregon State is Ga. Peach BowlThe vs Texas Wisconsin State vs; COTTON Ohio University BOWL-Texas: ROSE BOWL-Southern vs Louisiana California

also one of the top eight football players in the nation academically! BOWL-Arkansas vs Mississippi; ORANGE State; SUGAR
Terry also has lettered in baseball and basketball. Oregon State Jax Navy Varsiety Volleyball Alabama; TANGERINE BOWL-Miami of Ohio vs Houston vs

will play Villanova in the Liberty Bowl at Philadelphia. Syracuse I Team will journey to Atlanta LIBERTY BOWL-OreJZon State vs Villanova; and the GOTHAM;
University pretty much "opened and closed" the regular college Ga., Saturday and play in BOWL-Nebraska va Miami, Florida.

I football schedule. The Orange opened against Oklahoma way backon the Georgia Peach Bowl. PLANE EDITORS MAC DODDS

September 22 and closed the season against UCLA on December The bowl bid came two years Miiiourt Missouri
Ga. Tech
81! "Baseball needs no defenders or justification. It is part of ago when the Jax netmen won Penn St. Penn St. Penn St.
the Penn St.
the very fabric of our society-just as much as if it were written Southeastern Conference title, Ohio U. W. Texes St.. W. Texas St. W. Texas
into our Constitution," was the declaration of Senator Kenneth B. however, because of unforseen WUconiln S. Calif. Wisconsin

Keating at the Minor League baseball meetings in Rochester, New circumstances, they were unableto Texas LSU lSU Wisconsin

York. By-the-way, the Pacific Coast League may have to changeits accept last year's bid and had TI. Arkansas Arkansas lSU

name, now that such cities as Dallas Fort Worth Denver and to wait until this season. Oklahoma Alabama Alabama Miu.

Oklahoma City have been added to the loop from the former American One of the largest tournamentsin Miami (Ohio) Houston Houston Alabama

Association. The other teams of the Association went to the the Southeast, the bowl is Oregon St. Oregon St. Miami (Ohio)

International League. Each league will now have ten teams. being held at Emery University. Miami Fla. Miami Fla. Oregon Nebraska St. Miami Oregon Fla St..


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13 December 1962 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5


Liberty or DeathAmericans i

t 3 b' Have Proud

Traditions to PreserveEarly

American colonists fought and died to win the

rights and freedoms we enjoy today. The heritage they

p ;if $ : bravely passed on was an inspiration to the Americans who
defended this country in two world wars and the Korean
: -
x Conflict.
; voice their opinions; that they
: HOW WELL DO WE stand up?
might elect leaders of their own
What heritage will we leave to
future generations? Could we

$ b : .. face a hangman's noose and say
s4r "I regret that I have but one life
Jax Plans
to give for my country?"

Nathan Hale did at the age of

T.F. Bird. AO1 of NATTUnit displays his collection of Indian Artifacts. 21. Blood DayA

Americans occasionally forget

rdnanceman the significance of John Paul group of Jacksonville civic
Specializes In Modern
Jones' words when asked by the associations will hold their an-

gunner of the Serapis if he would
nual Blood for Jacksonville Day

Day and Ancient WeaponsBy ask for quarters. tomorrow, December 14, from

pistolsat 0830-1330 at the Civic Audito-
D. W. Warren. J03 the gunner's head and replied, '

An Ordnanceman attending school at the Naval Air Technical Training Unit here "I have not yet begun to fight! rium.

Forks with modern-day weapons during his working day, then when he's off duty, he Jones' Bonhomme Richard was The sponsors, who hope to exceed -
with slightly older weapons-Indian arrowheads. sinking and many of his crew the goal of 503 pints reach-

T. F. BIRD AO1, has been seri- ed last are, the Jacksonville
killed he
turned in with bones to be investigated consulting experienced archeologists were or injured. Yet
sly collecting Indian Association of Life Underwritersin
articlesut for rallied his remaining men and
so they can make any
three years. In that time, and wanted items are returned preliminary search they desire, after three and one-half hours of cooperation with the Northeastern -

is amassed one of the three to the finder with a com- and can direct his explorations. heroic battle with the ships lock- Florida Heart Association -

'Best private collections of ar- plete brief giving full information ed together, the Serapis struck the Jacksonville Blood

heads ever taken from St. on each subject. her colors. Bank, the Children's Leukemia

I icholas Island, off the coast of BIRD LIKES TO TELL of his BluejacketsInn Then Jones and his crew Division of the American Cancer
and the Duval County
, ftifornia, where he's done most experience with a group of ar- boarded the Serapis and saw Society
" lf1 jihis collecting. In Doin'sThursday their sink with the Civil Defense Association.
addition, he cheologists that made some interesting own ship
I has a wide variety of other items, finds in the Mojave stern and mizzenmast uppermostand Special downtown buses will

;jj Including bone whistles and a Desert. It seems that one of the December 13 with her colors flying. be running through the business

, swatch of cloth at least 5,000 group found a flat piece of wood Dining and dancing 1600-2400. This same spirit and determin- districts to take donors to the

years old. with a fan at one end and a Friday December 14 ation demonstrated auditorium.
was by Maj.
Dance featuring Phil Kay and
Bird says he was stationed one crank to operate the fan at the the Chantels 2100-0100. Gen.Anthony C. McAuliffe, USA,

island, which is part of the other end. No one seemed to Saturday December 15 when the Germans asked him to EmployeesContinued
civic Missile have any idea what it was, and
Range Complex, surrender his 101st Airborne Di-
Dance featuring Carl Boyd and ( from Page I)
ben some archeologists came to they were about to label it "prob- the Rhythm Kings 2100-0100. vision during the Battle of the cial line at the cafeteria. Tickets
island to do lematical object" (which means,
some research
on Sunday, December 16 Bulge. will be dated and must rx> usedon
former Indian "your guess is as good as mine"
inhabitants. Dance featuring Phil Kay and HIS REPLY WAS SIMPLE the dates designated th()l'on.
according to Bird) when he
ince the island is restricted, spoke up. the Chantels 2000-2400. but to the point "Nuts!I" Employees assigned to the "B"and

rding to Bird, it was neces- "I know what it is." Monday December 17 During the bitter winter fight- "C" shift mad purchase tick-

that someone accompany the The group was more than a Dining and Dancing 1600-2400. ing at the Chosin Reservoir, Maj. : ets for box lunch turkey dinners.
ntists. His familiarity with Tuesday, December 18 Oliver P. Smith and
little chagrined when he told Gen. two The lunches must be picked up
island, gained in earlier ex- them it was a grain broadcaster, Happy Hour 1700-1800. regiments of his 1st Marine Div- not later than 1500 on the date

ation trips, made him a logi- an object that was in common Wednesday December 19 ision were surrounded by three designated on the ticket. To arrange -
f choice, and when the archeo- Game Night 2000-2200. divisions of the Chinese Com box
'sts use 30 years ago, and still seesa for a pick up of :
left, "They asked me to munist Forces. Realizing his sit-
good deal of use in some sec- lunches, employees are asked to
tinue with some research." tions. New USAFI! CourseA uation, he ordered his Marines to contact their Food Services Board

E ADDED THAT one of his Contrary to common belief, a head south. or Recreation Association lepre-
revised entitledthe
est finds was a cremation pit, lot of collecting is done without course Press correspondents asked himif sentatives.
Slide Rule (C 858) is
re over 100 skulls were dis- digging, and according to Bird, now he was planning a retreat and I
being offered by the United
credo The bodies were too well over half his collection, he's he replied, "Retreat Hell!" We're
States Armed Forces Institute.It NATTU
ly decomposed to tell what picked up without digging.In just attacking in another direc-
is intended for students in
had died of, whether a mas- discussing the cremation pit, technical or scientific fields tion." HonormenSSgt.
e or a plague of some sort, Bird expressed anger that vandals These Marines i emerged'at
and covers the operation and E. K. Corl, AE "A"
how they were laid out. You had found the pit before him and Hungnam as a unit carrying their
application of the Mannheim School, 92.60.
tell a lot about what tribe a through improper digging had de- wounded and equipment. They
type slide rule. Sgt. M. J. Bastyr, AE "B"
belonged to and the time of stroyed a great deal of potentially didn't relish suffering and death.
High school algebra, similarto School, 83.97.I. .
death just by the position he's informative items. fighting and dying
They were so
ied course D 165 offered by the D. Rosuck, AOAA, AO"A"
says Bird. Bird says he never starts work- that Americans might worshipas
Institute, is a prerequisite. School, 81.05.FINISHING .
or almost every item he has ing s new location without first they please; that they might

his collection, he's given a

>licate Bird. to Burial a museum offerings, according are Be Best Dressed Use NX-Tailor Shop------ I


FMA MemberContinued Put away that needle! V..w. ,': :],'"',' "'f/A" %,,\ v..."<>' ,
: ; :; <;: ?
Those sewing tasks can be ex- : .
( ,
from Page 1)) ':$" '" :' (J.:, ,>!
pertly accomplished by making a ,' "
Rochester Ii ';;:1:5. ::j
has done
visit to the Navy Exchange Tai- % ,1f A i f.!
ensive graduate work in psy- lor Shop located on the second :'t< 'f:

logy at Rochester and at the deck of Bldg. 3 next door to the ij? t

orge Washington University. mainside library.
served for six years with the "

reau of Naval Personnel as There to assist you in havingnew }., !. sonnel research supervisor. rating badges, stripping or

lIon came to the Martin Co. piping sewn is William L. Tur-

1956 and transferred to Or ner, manager and tailor. He is

do in November 1957. He is helped by four seamstresses train- S 1 yy cy
active member of several na- i ed in all aspects of tailoring including ? tj'

nal, state and professional ad- military and civilian

ory and training associations suits and casual clothes fittings.

education, engineering and 't: They are Magnolia Travis, Janie
nagement. .... Lewis, Margaret Johnson and
CAREFULLY guiding her Gladys Walker. fir
omments will be made on the needle, Janie Lewis sews strip- ;
tern plated increase in national ing on a military uniform, one Turner, incidentally, has beena

es for members at' next Thurs- of the many Tailor services Shop,conducted located by in tailor here at NAS since the TOUCHES are given garments In the Tailor

's meeting. Bldg. 3. Station was commissioned. Shop pressing room by Magnolia Travis.

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Pig. 6 JAX AIR NEWS 13 December 1962

YOUR AMERICA .vr..tpMV 4Na0tf s

rVA.44's +

: Pierre Gustive Toutant Beauregard had the shortest r

term as Superintendent of the U. S. Military Academy: five

days. Installed Jan. 23, 1861, he was transferred Jan. 28, f ....

when,Army superiors learned Beauregard had told a Louisiana Movies will be shown regularlyat

cadet he would go if Louisiana seceded. In February, 1900 on Monday through
Bed\iregard did resign from the Army.
Saturday; at 1400 and 1900 on
.'. PRESIDENT JEFFERSON DAVIS gave him a commission >z
Sunday, at the Mainside and
: C.S.A. and dispatched him to
as brigadier general, NATTU Theaters and at 1900
I Charleston, S. C. On April 5, Beauregard deemed the batteries :$;j. .,..
only on Sunday at the Hospital
of Castle Pinckney Fort Moultrie and Morris Island ... .: .
..' .
Theater. These times are sub ,
that ringed Sumter strong enough to bombard it into sub- : "' +,' .:,. '
I ject to change. : ? '
mission. On April 10, Rebel leaders knew that the Lincoln Thursday December 13Mainside .",., : '. ,.',:.:
had dispatched a relief to Sumter. 1'q't7j (; .
'I government........,., .__- ... expedition '- -White Christmas "> .<

._ =--:;-,,-=-==-'--"' ";.::'J. .-u".1' :f.J:: .... =fI' NATTUnit-Hole In The Head ".' ;;; \ !": 1

I' ;' ." o' I' .. :i ,t Hospital-A Very Private Af ,....'..".:::...:.!...:;::, .. ::
t.'i- 1/.r t -= fair. :: ..:.
:: J .. r .r_ Friday, December 14 NEWSLETTER-Lt. Cdr. George R. M. Pearson
__ ==---'O-_ o"I'" .: 4 .':,:- -' .1iS-f_ _..: Mainside-Burn Witch Burn. (right) instrument training officer of VA-44 and Lt. Cdr. Wit
c- \. ---.IJ" ,.," 'to:i''P1: 7 ;-r/ liam D. McFarlane, instrument ground training officer of the
'. ;"'" = .;;-.. -_.- -.;: \.;: 1 .. .';;"";..,,;....';'''' :' = )1"'.1. NATTUnit-White Christmas squadron look over the most recent issue of the unit's "Instru-
t' 1
"'it "
I ::---;;- .. ?, \I \ \ "I.r., Hospital-Hole In The Head ment Refresher Newsletter". The monthly publication is for
t :=.4.\ N I ;
I \J. i
Saturday, December 15 who from airways
1 .. "\-. the use of pilots on deployment are away
r / ,1"II' Mainside-The Valiant. instrument flying a greater part of the year. Topics range from
NATTUnit-Burn Witch Burn new Air Route Traffic Control procedures to synopses of cur-
rent instructions and regulations.Navy .
Hospital White Christmas
---- ---
Sunday,December 16 to the committee until Decem-

i iI"I ., I ; jnu7nvt vaded Mainside-The Earth. Day Mars In- ; ,Wives ber 27.The .

r : J NATTUnit-The Valiant. Club voted to give three
Hospital-Burn Witch baskets to needy families and
Burn. '
Monday, December 17 : ,Corner I : $75 to the Boy Scout Room at
J \ ,- Mainside-Alias Pinecastle school as their Christ-
.-... \:. ..... mas projects.The .
I I Facsimile of closing lines of Beauregard's demand for surrender NATTUnit-The Day Mars In- Navy Wives Club No. 86 pre
of the fort. Contemporary drawing, from Harper's vaded Earth.HospitalThe.
tuition for will
sented money a navy next regular meeting
', Weekly, of a Rebel battery in the bombardment. Valiant.
i dependent to Tom Poston, Direc- be held Wednesday, December
C C .J Tuesday, December 18
of Pinecastle School at De- At the
r. rI tor 19, at 1930. meeting gifts
,. G A- m--.c. --.-... Mainside-Adventures Of A
., 'frI- ssss r 7c.1.4 Young Man. cember's business meeting held will be exchanged and the national

I. last week at the Deweypark and local scrapbooks, past
NATTUnit-Alias Jessie James
Clubhouse. and present will be on display.
. Hospital-The Day Mars In-

Wednesday December 19 the meeting were: the installation Skin divers beware. Accordingto
Mainside-Hercules Unchained of Mrs. Kathy Smith asa the Florida Alcoholic Rehabili-
So on April 10-fateful day in the Western World-! v
NATTUnit-Adventures Of A new member; the appointingof tation Program, 1 drink of an
Beauregard sent two officers to Major Robert Anderson,
commander at Sumter, with a demand for its surrender. Her Young Man.HospitalAlias. a nominating committee and alcoholic beverage at a depth of

plied to Beauregard that unless the government sent relief Jessie James. selection of Christmas projects.Mrs. 50 feet in water is equal to five

before April 15, he would be compelled to evacuate the I drinks at sea level.
Maria Bennett was
fort for want of supplies. Rebels had cut off Anderson from Armstrong NamedAO's nomina- S e .
ted as Chairman of the
news that a Union force was headed for Sumter.
ting committee and other mem- One machine may do the work
EARLY ON THE 12TH with two of the relief
ships of 50 ordinary but no ma-
HonormanAirman bers are Mrs. Doris Rhodes and men, .
and Harriet Lane within sound of the firing the I
Pawnee Mrs. Josephine Brugess. Nomin- chine can do the work of one
bombardment of Sumter and a spirited response began. After Apprentice W. L. Arm
ations may be called in by phone ordinary man.
34 hours, Anderson raised the white flag and started surrender II strong has been named honormanof

proceedings. No man had been killed. NATTU's Aviation Ordnanceman -

Alexander Hamilton launched School for the third con

New Polaris Sub Aug. 18.Nathan. secutive week.

Hale is equipped for He was selected for the week

Nathan Hale Will underwater launching i of the of December 3-9.
The honorman is selected
1,500-mile-range Polaris missile on a '.A
Debut In Jan.The and the 2,500-mile missile now basis of military appearance and

being developed., scholastic achievement.
Armstrong started the roadto .:. .
14th nuclear-powered sub- Appropriately she honors the :

marine to be launched at New London, Conn., schoolmasterwho honorman by being selected

General Dynamics' Electric Boat as a lieutenant in the Revo- best in his class at personnel in .

Division is named for the Revolutionary lution volunteered as a spy for spection. He was then placed in..

patriot whose dying Gen. George Washington. Dis- competition with selectees from '

I words were: "I only regret that guised as a Dutch teacher, Hale other classes, with ,grades and
: was captured by the British Sept. discipline considered in additionto
I have but one life to lose for my
country." 21, 1776, and hanged at the age appearance.
of 21. Honor Class competition saw
THE POLARIS-ARMED Nathan class 6236 winners in Aviation

Hale will slide down the Drunk (to uniformed by- Ordnanceman Schools, with class

ways'Jan. 12 christened by Mrs. stander): "Shay, call me a cab, 6230 selected in the Aviation

George W. Anderson, Jr., wifeof will yuh?" Electrician's'Mate Schools.
the Chief of Naval Operations. Uniformed bystander: "My

Blimp-shaped, 425 feet long and good man, I am not a doorman.I'm .
displacing 7,000 tons, the Nathan in the Navy." pft,, .,,,.: : <*> i5 Jivjassitieci

Hale is sister-ship of the Lafayette Drunk: "Alright. Call me a

launched last May 8 and the boat, I've got to get home."

Fur. apt., 2 bdrm Duplex, $100 per
mo; EV 43112.
Post St. furn. apt, $70 per mo.; EL

II I 6-6301. t
I Fur apt; RA 49128.
Riverside-furn. 4 room apt.; EV
89992. / :
Lakeshore-Unfurn 2 bdrm house, $60
per. mo.; EV 98357.
\I Lakeshore-furn apt.; EV 9-4275
3 bdrm house, $75 per. mo.; EV 7-3909 _
Cedar Hills-4 bdrm, 2 bath house, $110
per mo.; FL 9-6875.
East side-4 room furn apt.; 384-3698.
Unfurn. 3 bdrm, 1% baths; SP 1-0297.
Unfurn. 2 bdrm., 1 bath bungalow, $75
X4COMPLETING per mo.; EV 85545. ABOARD SHIP AFTER ALL is Alyce J. Salen, SN who
HIS NAVAL CAREER is Cdr. Halton H. Lalceihore-1 furn bedrm apt. EV 9-2693 'was formerly assigned to NAS Jax Aircraft Maintenance De
Taylor as he is piped over the side by fellow NAS Officers inceremorjjes FOR SALE partment. Back in August she received orders to the tug USS
i held on Thursday, November 30. Accompanyingthe 3 bdrm house, equity $3,000; EV 7-3909 Sunnadin: ATA 197 out in Pearl Harbor. The orders were can-
Commander is Mrs. Taylor. He completed more than 20 THIS N' THAT celled to the tug but Alyce was transferred to Pearl Harbor
ye ts.Naval service. Pie served here at NAS as Assistant Operation Ride to and from NAS Ext. 421 or RA I I and when she got there the crew of the ship invited her aboardfor
"\, Officer. 5-0031. a tour and dinner.