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Jax air news
Place of Publication:
United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 20, 1962


Subjects / Keywords:
Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Page 2 JAX AIR NEWSrnxawthWs 20 December

Violation Station Traffic Record The Christmas Spirit :

Following is a report of

HAS, Jtcbonvlll traffic violations for the Can Resist It ?
CAPT J. R. Compton ...........................,. ."........................... Commanding Officer per- Who
CDR Walter J. Schub ....................."...................................,..... Executive Officer iod December 8 through De-
Fleet Air Jacksonville NAB 6ND
RADM Joseph M. Carton ................................................................ Commander cember 14.NUMBER. Christmas is many things, depending on where we hap-
CAPT Vincent Ceeey ...........................................,....................__ Chief of Staff OF ACCIDENTSThis pen to be-and many of us are far from home and family on
Fleet Air Wing Eleven I

CAPT Gilbert J. Freuenhelm ............................................................ Commander week (Dec. 8-14) ........ .4 this happiest of holidays.
CAPT Andrew H. Cowart .................................................... Chief Staff Officer Total accidents this year CHRISTMAS IS CAROLERS SINGING the traditionalairs
Naval Air Technical Training Unit

CAPT Hartiel D. Allen ........................................................ Commanding Officer through Dec. 14 ....................257 and it is Irving Berlin's White Christmas. It is the giant
CDR Eugene F. Verdery ...........................1................................ Executive Officer and
Plaza it is the
Naval Hospital Number of accident throughDec. tree in New York's Rockefeller dazzling

CAPT J. M. Manner ................................................................ Commanding Officer Christmas Tree Lane in Fresno, Calif. It is wreath, holly,
CAPT Stephen H. Tollni ............................................................ Executive Officer 1961 .................".............249
and mistletoe. It is the time hearts
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Poinsettia are gladdenedand

CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. .................................................... Commanding Officer NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE spirits lifted by the magical story of Christ's birth.
CDR William M. Miller .. ........................................................ Executive Officer
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at no LAST INJURY IN MOTOR For some Christmas is the jam-packed mail box, for

expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958.. VEHICLE ACCIDENT others it is the jumbo mail call and the tireless Bob Hope
Distributed weekly free of charge to military and civilian penonnel of Fleet AIr
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis touring for the troops. Christmas is snow and Christmas is
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U. S. Naval' Hoipital. It is Dickens' A Christmas Carol and
LCDR Ralph D. McClure ........................ ... Service Information Officer week (Dec. 8-14)) ..........75 tropical palms. Judy
Andrew H. Planey ........................ Ailntant Service Information Officer Garland in The Wizard of Oz. It is Dr. Clement Clarke
Editor-Mae Spencer, J01; Assistant Editor-Marc Whetttone, JO); Staff- Speeding ..........................,.......20 Moore's A Visit from St. Nichols and Francis P. Church's
Robert Doddi, SA; Ruth Anne Roberti, SA.
Members of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and 'International Going through stop sign ......5 editorial, "Yes Virginia ."
Councils of Industrial
Reckless Driving ....................1 ABOVE ALL, CHRISTMAS IS for the kids. We plan and
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material

appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing cerdit Is given. Photographs Other Violations ....................49 spend and work to make it their happy time and their hap-
unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs.
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone Forty-two drivers appeared piness rubs off on us-presto, we're all Saintas without

extensions 8164, 656, 272, or 8161. before the Traffic Hearing sleighs! And Christmas is a feast, whether at home or din-

Board at the meeting held on ing out, whether on base or aboard ship.It .

December 17, 1962. Disposi- would be great, wouldn't it, if the Christmas spirit
tion of the cases include the
jirhag (ffittttings following: 13 lost driving and could overflow its season and change the world? No wars.

parking privileges aboard the No hatreds. No suspicion. No envy. Utopia.

station; 14 were assigned to Well, Utopia's a long way off from Christmas ,1962. But

from complete an eight-hour coursein at least the season brings out the man of good will in most
fromCommander driving instructions 21
; of The is infectious that we'd have hide
in Chief ComNabSix and ComFairJaxThe were given suspended penal- us. spirit so to in a

ties; 11 were given warnings cave to get away from it.
At this season, when men's Christmas season is a ;
hearts and thoughts are alight time for many things. Many of and five were referred to

with the hope of a lasting peacein us will be fortunate enough to commanding officers for pos-

a world of good will, I would spend the Holidays with our sible disciplinary action.TEMPERMENT Our Front PageAdhering

like to express the appreciationof loved ones, while a good many of AL DRIVER'Temperamental"

a grateful Nation to the men our shipmates will be away from to a practice ini-
and women of our Armed Forc- home, some for the first time. is the ,-
es-to you, our guardians of .Wherever we may be or what- word which kind people use tiated sometime ago, the Jax civil service employee assign.

peace in a world of. danger. ever may be our plans let us all to explain the fits of temper, Air News continues with the ed to the Plant Services Di-

During the past months, your keep one thought in mind. Thisis behavior, and all-around ill- tradition of keeping its front vision of the Overhaul and
quiet readiness has proved vitalto the season of joy and hope, humor with which emotional
the preservation of Peace on Earth and Good Will page open to bring the mesRepair Department here.
peace at people let off steam when
times when world freedom has Toward Man. Let us all remem- sage of Christmas to its read- Laster has been with O&R
been in hazard. Those whom you ber that we are serving in that things are not going just

defend send their thanks to you cause and working for that end. right. Lack of emotional con- ers. for 12 years and has become

-and we all express our grati- During the past year we were trol in a normal, healthy, un- This year's front page is the well known through his accomplishments -

tude that the strength of our faced with many difficult and fatigued adult usually means work of Julius W. Laster Jr., in art.
anxious You have all
Armed Forces is thus used to assure per- that he has not
grown up
formed admirably and contributed -
and blessings of liberty for
all men everywhere.. your share towards our ulti- emotionally. If we cannot

mate Goal, peace. control our emotions under
To each of you, I extend f
Mrs. Carson and I take this the stress of driving in traf-
warmest good wishes for a joy-
ous Christmas and for a New opportunity to wish you and fic, we are accident prone.
families a Merry Christmasand
Year of happiness and tranquility. your This is true, even though we I
a Happy New Year.
JOSEPH M. CARSON manage to remain outwardlycalm

JOHN F. KENNEDY REAR ADMIRAL while inwardly seething,

a i> because our judgment is im- .

from from paired, and we are likely to

Commander in Chief Commanding Officer take chances which in calmer .

Atlantic Fleet NAS JacksonvilleFor moments we would not con- i
As this Christmas season of this season when our sider without great fear. iI I ;
1962 approaches with its ageless I thoughts turn to religious wor-

message of hope for peace on- ship, good cheer, festive fellow- Let us take a look at someof f

earth and good will toward men, ship, and the annual custom of the things the juvenile

I send to each of you warmest good resolutions, I wish to extend driver may do when he feels

greetings.This to each officer and man, to
that traffic is not moving the
past year placed extra- our women in service, to our
ordinary demands on all handsin civilian employees and to all way he thinks it should: honk "Ed, you were the life of the party."

the fleet. Our nation is proudof families my personal greetings.For his horn incessantly; weave in

the manner in which each of and out of congested traffic
those of you who lack the .
you responded to increased du- opportunity to be with your trying always to "get the
ties and
longer periods
away loved ones may you find reason jump" on an adjacent driver I
from home
than may normallybe
for satisfaction which comes and thus
gradually advance
expected.. Many of you will
from the knowledge that your himself in line .
be home for Christmas and we ; abuse other
service from home helps to
can be thankful that our actions away drivers, whether or not they
perpetuate the happiness and
have made these reunions possi- are responsible for the
security of that home.It delay;
ble. Others, of course, will be
speed recklessly whenever the
standing the watch for our coun- is my sincere wish that the I I'I
try's security aboard ship and at true spirit of Christmas may be traffic lines start moving; and

far flung outposts. I wish all of in your hearts and those of your cut from one lane into an-

you and your families a Merry other. All these, and many
families, near or far during the
Christmas and a Happy New other dangerous and foolhardyacts
Year. Christmas holiday season.
of the temperamentaldriver
spring :from his un-

ADMIRAL CAPTAIN willingness to accept even a
II I. minor delay.


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20 December 1962 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

Station Groups Pay Should Be More

Reflect Yule'sJoy

By EffortsMany Says Senator SmithIn

children's Christmaswill an interview here last Thursday Senator Margaret ,
be made much brighterby Chase Smith said that she is very much in favor of the much I 7

the efforts of several or- discussed pay raise for military personnel. In fact, she said,
ganizations here at NAS Jax. "I think that the pay raise should be more than Secretary of j
The Public Works Departmentwill Defense (Robert S. McNamara) is recommending." j "1
prepare boxes for some 22 MRS. SMITH. WHO IS the '

families under its Operation second-ranking Republicanmember i Chaplains Plan
Santa Claus. This is the fifth on the Armed Services
year the department has under- : :: : f Committee, toured the station '
taken this project. t : and visited with Rear Admiral Special Services

Since November they have .1B" Joseph M. Carson, CommanderFleet

been collecting money, toys, and : Air Jax and Naval Air For Christmas
clothing. A committee headed by t Bases Sixth Naval District and \

Mrs. Frances Cherry was estab- tt:'.... l", ". v ".*' Captain James R. Compton, NAS Special services have been
lished to investigate needs and y' Commanding Officer."I planned by the NAS Chap
to supervise the collection. A VISITING SENATOR Margaret Chase Smith of Maine departs also feel the retired pay lains for this Sunday, Christ-
Administration Bldg. on a tour of the Station. Accompanying
representative was appointedfrom her on right is Bear Admiral Joseph M. Carson should be keyed to active duty mas Eve, and Christmas it
each Division of Public ComFairJax and Naval Air Bases Sixth ND: (center) Brig. standards," she said. was announced this week.
Works. The committee will also Gen. Lewis USAF (ret.) the Senator's Administrative Aide and When questioned on the role THE ALL SAINTS' CHAPELwill
on left Capt. James R. Compton NAS Commanding Officer.
make the boxes and deliver
up Mrs. Smith toured the Station last Thursday. of women in politics the Maine hold regular Protestant serv-
them to the homes the Friday be- Senator had this to say: "Yes, ices on Sunday, December 23, 1
fore Christmas. there should be more qualified beginning with Holy Communionat i
Other committee members are: NAS Medical Officer women in Congress but what 1 I 0830. The first service of di- I
Mimi Bailey, Engineering; H. always say is that women are vine worship will be at 0930 with .,
Lutzen, Maintenance Control; people and the qualifications ofa Chaplain Robert Radcliffe delivering f
F. W. Linder, Maintenance; L. Gets CommendationA person for a position should be the sermon. The second
M. Bennett, Utilities; H. G. Hitter the most important consideration. service is planned for 1100 .

W. C. Irish and Eleanor Navy medical officer assigned to the NAS Jax Dis- I have never found it any Chaplain Paul Kauffman will i,
Sepp, of Transportation; Mell more difficult in politics beinga
pensary has been awarded a civilian commendation from the
Cottrell, ROINCC; Anne Dixon,
woman.It .
NABSIX. Sikorsky Helicopter Aircraft Company. The evening service on Sundaywill
was brought out that Mrs. be a Sunday School Christmas -
Last year Operation "Santa Lieutenant E. B. Cockan (MC) seaman was then taken to a I Smith, though never a Wave, Pageant at 1800.
Claus" took care of 25 families received the citation together public hospital at Quonset Point, once wore a Wave uniform while
and a total of 90 children. with a pair of Sikorsky helicopter R.I., where he convalesced before travelling in the Pacific on a A Candlelight Carol Service is
The Machine Shop of the Metal wings from the company's local being returned to Hamburg, Ger- Committee matter.IT scheduled on Christmas Eve at
Division of O&R has collectedsome representative Edward J. many. 2000. The Forrest High School
WAS SHE WHO introducedthe
$200 and expects to fur- Clark during ceremonies last Brass Ensemble will provide
legislation making i the special music for this service.On .
nish 15 families with baskets. Friday. The presentation took
Waves a permanent of the
The CPO Club will entertain place in the office of Captain Last EditionThis regular Navy."I part Christmas Day Holy Com-
50 orphans at a turkey dinner James R. Compton, NAS Com- munion will be at 1000. I
felt that we either needed
with all the trimmings tomorrow manding Officer. will be the last 1962 CATHOLIC PERSONNELmay I
women in the service or wedidn't.
between 1100-1300. This is an edition of the Jax Air News.
I attend Mass on Sunday !.
, If we did they should .
annual event for the Chiefs of THE CITATION LAUDED LT. The office will remain open have regular status and receive 0630, Naval Hospital Chapel and h *;
the station. Santa Claus will be COCKRAN for his efficiency in during the holiday season at all the benefits." 0900 and 1200, St. Edward's
there with gifts for all. handling an appendoctomy case the regular working hours Chapel. x
Some 25 orphans from a Jax while serving aboard the carrier from 0800-1630, for those who Mrs. Smith had recently re-
On Mass will be said at
turned from visit to the U. S.
: area home have already had an USS Randolph.En wish to submit copy. The first a
0900 in St. Edward's Chapel.
Base at Guantanamo
early Christmas as Air Station issue for the New Year will priorto
Waves entertained them last route to the U.S. after a be released Thursday, Janu- coming to the station. Christmas Midnight Mass will
Saturday at the barracks and Mediterranean tour, the Ran- 10. She departed the area Thurs- be said in St. Edward's Chapel
acted as "Mother for the Day." dolph received a message from ary day for Washington, D.C. while other Christmas Day Masses -

The youngsters were treatedto the German merchant vessel ..... .... ...,. ,..,.. ..., .. will be 0630, Naval, Hospitaland
: '
m<'T :':<< <<<:" ': : : : :.: ;:::: : 0900 and 1200 St. Edward'sChapel.
f( ,
that had been n ;: '
Mercator a seaman '
cake, soft drinks, and presents (? c .
and then attended the party at stricken ill and was in need of : __ .
King Hall which was held for medical attention. Upon the ren- II Confessions will be heard in
the children of NAS Navy per- dezvous of the two ships, Dr. St. Edward's Chapel on Saturdayfrom
.. .
sonnel. Cockran was transferred to the IIII' 1900-2000 and Monday,

The project was coordinatedby German freighter by helicopter 1600-1730 and 1900-2100.

Lt (jg) Clara Parsons, Wave He returned to the carrier with ..rT'
Representative, assisted by the I the appendix victim where he
Barracks Council. performed the operation. The Finance. Center

Seaman Awarded First Says Some Are

Due Tax RefundsThe

Peacetime Leigion Of Merit Navy Finance Center,

Nineteen-year-old William D. Hodges of the Norfolk- ; Cleveland, Ohio, advises all hands

based destroyer John W. Weeks is the first seaman in the f who have moved during the past
. peacetime history of the U. S. Navy to be awarded the I year and are entitled to incometax
refunds make application for
of Merit.
situation. Seeing no organizedrescue refunds through the Internal

THE AWARD, THE THIRD work, he formed his drill ,- Revenue Service Regional Officein

highest offered in peacetime, was team into a rescue squad. the region from which they

for "exceptional meritorious con- FOR MORE THAN TWO anda ) a moved.

duct in the performance of out- half hours every man on the "SOME SIZEABLE SUMS are

standing services in connectionwith team aided in getting the injured due Navy personnel who have
I moved without leaving a forwarding -
rescue and evacuation op- passengers to safety and keepingthe address," reports Captain E.

erations following a disastrous ; curious spectators away from K. Auerbach, Commanding Of-

train wreck in Steelton, Pa., on' the wrecked train. ficer of the Center. "And the
July 28, 1962." When it appeared that all the i:M!d }: a 4 v extra cash could come in handy

Secretary of the Navy Fred injured had been removed from y Fx with Christmas approaching," he
Korth made the presentation on the coaches still out of the wa- adds.

the behalf of the President of ter, Hodges regrouped his men In making applications for refunds -
the United States in a shipboard preparatory to returning to Bain- members should give name
ceremony.At bridge. At this time the State and Social Security number, both
Patrol asked Hodges and his men f ,. and former addresses
the time of the wreck, R f" present ,
to aid i nremoving the dead from 4y and should sign it. If the incometax
the leader of a drill
Hodges was %if r 9 r r r
the coaches which had rolled into
return was a joint one for
team from Bainbridge, Md., re-
turning from a parade in Port the rivet. 'iWt.NlY-F1VE; ORPHANS pose with their "Moms for a husband and wife, the name and
Royal, Pa. When he learned of The team worked until 0200, Day" as the Jax Waves hosted the group at a Christmas party Social Security number of both
at their barracks last Saturday. The kids were treated to cake,
the wreck he had the bus stoppedand when is was ascertained that all soft drinks and presents for all. Later they attended the party should be given and both should
with his team surveyed the the bodies had been removed. at King Hall which was for children of NAS Navy personnel sign the application.


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JAXAIR A-44 Meets NA'IU AE "Gold" In


JNEWS All Station Volleyball Tonight

The NAS Jax Intramural Volleyball Champions, A-44, will meet the net championship _

A Record? MAYBE! winners of NATTUnit, AE "Gold" tonight at 1930 in the Mainside gym to vie for:

the All-Station Championship.

Night Of Sporls one of the highlights of the Jax HelmenYin\

season is an understatement.Both 1

s TonifeAtMainside.Gym squads claim represent- Second In Ga.
Spotlight atives of the Jax Navy Varsity

Volleyball team which, last

Saturday, took second place in Peach BowlJax

the Georgia Peach Bowl at At-
Tonight promises to be a Navy's Varsity Volleyball

-1) 4 "Ni ht of Sports" here at lanta On, the Ga. floor for the Hornets Team returned from Atlanta,
Ga. Monday with second place
NAS Jax with an array of ,
will be varsity men John Loper
indoor activity beginning at honors in the Georgia Peach
and Jean Vargo. There to meet
1630 aimed toward entertaining Bowl held at Emery University.The .
them on the AE "Gold" side of
who ventures to seven-man team consistedof
everyone the net will be Jim Pitts, George
the Mainside gym, Bldg. 3. Mosier and Ken Steiner, also coach-player George Mosier,
NAS Athletic Director Frank Jim Pitts. Jean Vargo, John Lo-
: av p o varsity members.
McCaffrey, coordinator of the per, Bob Lowe, Jim Donnellyand
Other VA-44 players include
Steiner.Of .
evening-long program, will start
John Barber, Marion Griffin,
off the festivities with two bas- the six teams entered, the
Manual Cassillas, Jim Shaw,
ketball games, followed by the over-all victors, Knoxville, Tennessee
John Logan, Bill Wheller and
semi-finals of IM Ping Pong, a YMCA was the only one
Eugene Wyrick. Coaching, be-
Judo exhibition, and topping it to whom the Jax Team lost.
I sides being a team member, is
I II II off with the All-Station Volley- Knoxville finished the six-match

I ball Championship.AT Loper. tourney with a 9-1 record, followed
1630, BOAT BRANCH will closely by Jax which
comprising the rest ofthe
meet NARTU in a National ended 82.Third .
44111111 team will be Henry Vanden
League clash followed at 1800 Burg, Bill Olivey, Bill Whitcomb, place was a threeway tie

with Hospital and Dispensary Bob Rabanus and "Po" Poteat. among Birmingham, Ala., At-
I teams' tilt.Immediately. lanta YMCA and Seawart AFB.
I The Hornetmen enter the best-
Boyeiie in Health Club after the second The sixth entry was NAS Cecil
of-three match with a six-win,
cage game, at 1930, the semi- Field.
finals of IM Ping Pong will be unblemished American League "We could have taken Knox-
Can You Beat This? intramural record. They downedthe
D. W. Clark
played. goes up National League championsof ville had we had some reservesto
against Dick Gaskill to get the count on," says Mosier. "All
I table tennis action underway.The IM play, NARTU, and carried six matches were held back-to-
1,613 Situps In One Hr.First home the largest portion of Iron-
winner of this game will then Award points. back."
meet with E. B. Craine. David man
he did 18 pullups. Then he ran the 300 yards in Mosier has asked that anyone
Cox will take the winner of
fu3 seconds followed by marking 17 inches in the jumpreach.THESE on interested in playing top volleyball
the Craine match followed by
Keglers Wrap UpA and who has had some
THREE EVENTS were weight rodm.If Howard Southard wrapping it up. Class "A" experience, to get in
accomplished by Lieutenant (jg) look the Scoreboard
it Unbeaten C. G. Tully alreadya just
should turn out that he touch with him through the
James B. Boyette of NAS A/C before time showed the
has not set a record, at least Lt. finalist, will join in matches press Athletic Office in Bldg. 3.
Maintenance in the first 10 min- Stingers of VA-44 out ahead of
(jg) Boyette can relate his accomplishment against the winner of this volleyfor The Peach Bowl tourney was
utes of his quarterly physical- the pack in the IM Bowling
the IM championship. Place
to the words of
another stone to
fitness hour on December 10th. Roll-offs. The team's record then
Emerson who said, "The rewardfor and time of this go-round will be which the team hopes will lead

I In the remaining 50 minutes a thing well done is to have announced in the gym tonight. Stood at 14-2, with the final to a All-Navy Championshipor -

i the 35-year-old former chief done it". NEXT ON THE AGENDA will games ending Tuesday. even further-a chance to

i aviation storekeeper did 1,613 be exhibition Florida Three other teams were tied
a judo by play in the Pan American Gamesin
situps! State Judo Champion Willie at 8 wins, 8 losses. They are the Brazil to which the NavY'def.initely

I It hasn't been authoritated yet, NATTU Sports Jones of NAS Jax Special Serv- Cougars of VA-44, the Hornets plans on sending a team.
of VA-44 and Dispensary. Which
but it is believed Boyette has seta ices. Jones will be assisted on "Before we set our sights too
record for situps within the Roundup the mats by the Jax Navy's Judo ever. congratulations! high, however," Mosier added,

hour alloted in the fitness pro- Club instructor, Ronald Petzel. "right now we have three tourn-

gram. NATTU cagers are hard at The finale on the program will Ryles, Bennett aments coming up in January."

THE 17-YEAR NAVY veteran work getting ready for the sea- be the All-Station Volleyball Those are: the Huntsville, Ala.

has been working out daily in son opener in Intramural basketball Championship matches betweenthe OWGA WinnersThe Invitational Open on Jan. 5th;

the Health Club located in the Teams are working out almost NAS IM Champions, VA-44 the Knoxville Smoky Mountain

Indoor Pool, and according to a every night in Rosendahl and the NATTU IM Champions, Officers' Wives Golf As- Tournament on Jan. 19; and the

fellow officer, Ensign Vernon R. Gym in preparation for the start AE "Gold". Both squads have sociation held their annual Fall Miami Far Southern Championship -

Butler, Boyette does about 500 of the schedule early in January. members of the Jax Navy Var- handicap tournament earlier this Matches on Jan. 26th. These

situps each time he visits the THE SCHEDULE HASN'T sity volleyball team who will be month with the winners being will be followed by the 6ND

BEEN drawn up yet, and entriesare pitted against one another. announced at the mid-season tourney sometimes in midFebruary -

Supply, VA-44 not final, but prospects are Except for the Ping Pong luncheon on December 11. at Memphis, Tenn.

for exciting of Championship, the playing of to-
an season basket- Taking top honors was Mrs.J. .
Basketball ball. night's sports will climax the W. Ryles with Mrs. E. Bennettas ;;a 2
i Top action for 1962. IM sports will the
Perennially strong AO schoolis runnerup.
sometime after the first
: American League cage play expected to find a team cap- resume Other flight winners were:
of the
shows Supply out in front withan able of repeating last season's new year. First flight consulation Mrs.E. .

undisputed four win record. 8-0 record, although second place D. Holley, Mrs. A. H. Cowart,

i Tied for the second spot are AE "Blue", 7.1 last year, will Golf Finals TodayThe runnerup. Second Flight Mrs.B. .
have to be reckoned with.
J. Pinkerton
Mrs.T. E. Green-
VP-7 and Admin with three IM Golf playoffs started
MAD Permanent wood
personnel, runnerup. Second flight
wins and one loss. Holding down unrepresented last season, has a 'yesterday with the finals today. consolation Mrs. C. K. French,

third place Is AF679th with a 3-2 number of top flight prospectsthat FAW-11, American League winner Mrs. H. D. Allen, runnerup. $P

record. could easily win it all. met second place in the
National League, VA-176; the Just a reminder to golf en-
Over in the National League Support Services has added a National League winner, VA-44, thusiasts starting times for
badly needed good big in
things are equally as tight with man played Hospital "A", second in Saturdays and Sundays are no
addition to a couple of flashy the American, yesterday. The longer taken over the phone.
VA-44 in the limelight with a
forwards and with
I perhaps the winners of those two matches There is now a ball rack being
4-0 standing, but close behind is I greatest depth of any entry is
will play today beginning at used on a first come-first serve
FAETU with four wins and one i almost a sure pick for one of the 1200 for the championship and basis. Jack Piva of the 19th Hole

. loss. VP-30, in third, has a 3-1 top three spots.It Club
runnerup, and at 1230 for third House says he expects the
record. is too early to start picking and fourth place honors. new system will be rightly tested TOP OWGA WINNERSMrs. -

The final games to be played winners,, but as it stands now, this weekend if warm weather J. W. Ryles (R) won iheOfficers'

before the holiday season are any of these four could go over The 1963 All-Navy Boxing prevails.No lion's Fall Wives handicap Golf Aisocia-tournament -

tonight with Boat Branch meet- the top: AO, AE "Blue", MAD Championships will be held Jan- tournaments or special go- recently while Mrs. E.

ing NARTU at 1630 followed by Permanent Personnel, or Support uary 23-25 at the Naval Station, ings-on at the course until after Bennett placed second. The
Hospital against Dispensary. Services. Newport R.I. Wives held their midseason
j the holidays. The course is open. luncheon December 11.



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20 December 1962 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5.

Gator Bowl

Week Full

Of ActivitiesGator

Bowl officials and

home area fans move up on
Gator Bowl week with one of
the busiest schedules in the 4
classic's 18-year history act-

ually already underway.Gator .
Bowl means more than
just a football game. Gator Bowl
..:.} Week, which is climaxed by the : 1

I: annual game, this year between
Florida and Penn State, usuallyruns
close to two weeks. {

The program this year Includes -

THE: REGATTA Lasts four

weekends, with canoe sailing Y.&f
already run off. Water skiing ,.
section Dec. 22-23 on Cedar Creekat
Blanding Blvd.; sailing and &
outboard races Dec. 30 at Rud-
der Club (sailing), Outboard
Club (outboard) and at Florida
Yacht Club (predicted log races

and pram races).
.6 GATORAMA Free fireworksand at
I marching band entertain- _

ment, free to public, in Gator
J Bowl stadium, 1930, Dec. 26. c
Teams will be made up of one

pro and three amateurs; also 36- t _
Hole Amateur, medal play at 2 t
8s. ..,-." ., a.o Brentwood Golf Course, Dec. 27- ". .', : ..
"EAT 'EM UP LIONS"-The high.scoring, fast.moving 28. Field limited to 144. "GO GET 'EM GATOR";:Forward Tom Barbee, who had
offense of the Niitany Lions of Penn State operate behind BASKETBALL TOURNEY- scored 68 points in the last three games, will hold down one ol
this ace quarterback, Pete Liske (pronounced Lisk). Liske took
the starting berths for the Florida Gators in the annual Gator
Tech Rice
Virginia Georgia Tech
the Job away from four other men at the beginning of the Bowl Basketball Tournament Dec. 27.28 in the Jax Coliseum.The .
season and proceeded to guide the Lions to a 9.1 record. He'll and Florida, Dec. 27-28, in 10,000- 6' 3" hustler teams with Brooks Henderson and Tom Bax-
be calling the signals for the Lions who take on the determined seat Jax Coliseum; 1930 and 2100 ley to give the Gators three players who have averaged 15
Florida Gators in the Gator Bowl clash Dec. 29 in Jackson.ville's .
each night. points or better in six games. Virginia Tech. will be out to de-
Gator Bowl stadium. Kickoff is 1345. MAN'S SINGLES BOWLING fend its Gator Bowl championship. The other two entries in the
Tourney are Georgia Tech and Rice.
TOURNEY A t Bowlomatic I

Gators Eye Upset Over Lanes, 2600 Blanding Blvd, Dec. Va. Favored In Gator
28-29-30-31. Entries close at 2000on .,., ,
Dec. 31st. A
$2,000 guaranteedfirst

Lions In Gator BowlThose LADIES prize for SINGLES scratch HANDICAP winner. Bowl Cage Tourney

close to the scene are disregarding the season's BOWLING TOURNEYFirst Two nights of first-rate, action-packed basketball aro
records of the two opposing elevens and expect the fur to annual event; at Art's Uptown in store for local fans with four teams set to battle in the
fly in whiz-bang fashion as underdog University of Florida Lanes, 40 East 8th St., Dec. 28-31 annual Gator Bowl Basketball Tournament at the Jax Coli-
takes on the Nittany Lions of Penn State in the 18th Annual inclusive; Guaranteed $200 first seum Dec. 27-28.
Gator? Bowl fray in Jacksonville on December 29. Kickoffis prize in handicap competition. LOCKING HORNS FOR THE 86-62 triumph over previously
unbeaten and fifth-ranked Miss
CHAMPIONSHIP will be defend
1345.PENN. FOOTBALL GAME- Floridavs
WILL ENTERthe Miami, 17-15. ing Gator Bowl champ Virginia issippi State. The Virginians have
Penn. State, Dec. 29, 1345, in
18th Gator Bowl classic as a Coach Ray Graves has reported Gator Bowl Stadium. Tech, Rice, Georgia Tech and now compiled a record of 6-0,
that halfback Bob Hooverof including an opening day w5n
heavy favorite, perhaps by as ace The Gator Bowl Queen, Gayle Florida.
Jacksonville will be lost for over Kentucky on its home floor.
much as 15 points by game time. Clark, a junior from Universityof The local tourney has receivedan
However this does not make the the game, having suffered a severe The Gobblers still have strinjg-
Georgia, will appear at most unexpected boost during the
in the Miami Loss. bean Howard Pardue and lanky
Gators and their rooters the injury
functions including the football past few days with the sudden
Otherwise the Gators will be in Barry Benfield who tore the
least bit unhappy, since the Ga- game and basketball tourney. rise to fame of the Virginia Tech ,
tors would relish the chance to good shape, with southpaw passer Miss America, Jackquelyn Mayer, Gobblers. The Gobblers shot to opposition apart in last year's
Tom Shannon expected to tourney. Pardue is not only a
spring an upset. of Sandusky, Ohio will also ap- the forefront among the nation's
the Gators from the workhorse under tho boards but
guide ,
Penn State comes into the fray pear at these events. leading clubs with a convincing
with a 9.1 record and ranked 9th terback slot. He'll be spelled by I is also one of the best outside
nationally. Florida is unranked Tom Batten. shots in the country. Tech. has
with a record of 6-4. The Penn Staters will operate I S come up with a pleasant surprise
A capacity crowd of 50,000 is behind quarter back Pete Liske, V I ji in sharp shotting Bobby Vicars.
expected to be on hand for the with Don Caum and Ron Coatesin A 'iii Florida has gotten off to a
classic that shapes up as a good reserve. The State lineup includes surprisingly fast start and sportsa
match. Both elevens employ the two All-Americans, half- 73-67 success over top rated
"go" type offense, using wide back Roger Kochman and end Wake Forest. The Gators were
open football when the occasion Dave Robinson. Robinson was 4-2 as of Tuesday of this week:
depends, or slashing away with outstanding in the State 30-15 Brooks Henderson and Tom Bax-
brute power when the going gets win over Georgia Tech in last ley are the Florida high scorers,
rough in the air. Both teams em- year's Gator Bowl fracas. with Tom Barbee close behind.

ploy a bevy of outstanding Special Services in Bldg. 704 3 4 ; GEORGIA TECH IS A DARK
starters and are strong on the still has some Gator Bowl foot- + HORSE and to date sports a 3-0
bench, which provides for 60 ball tickets left at $7.25 and $6. % record, while Rice has disappointed
minutes of "go" type football. They are being sold on a first- after an early season
THE LIONS OF RIP ENGLE come, first-sold basis. build-up. The Owls are 0-5 so far,
have completed their 24th The first round matches Florida

straight winning ,season, bowl- GATOR BOWL QUEEN- '%Y.. S 55 S 6}++uib+ "fl and Rice in the 1930 opener
ing over nine foes while losingto This little Miss is sure to at- and Virginia Tech and Georgia
Army, 9-6. Coach Engle's tract her share of attention Tech in the nightcap. The win-
charges disposed of Navy 41-7, during Gator Bowl activities 4 ./ ners will meet the following

Air Force Academy, 20-6; Rice, next week in Jax. She's 20- night, Dec. 28, for the champion
18-7; Syracuse, 20-19; California, year.old Gayle Clark of Macon ship. The title game will be pre-
23-21; Maryland, 23-7; West Vir- Ga., a junior at Universityof ceded by a consolation fray .at
ginia, 34-6; Holy Cross, 48-20; Georgia who will reign as 4j/ i7j' 1930 between the losers of iho
and Pittsburg, 16-0. The Gators the 1963 Gator Bowl Queen. : : first night's action.
triumph over Mississippi State, She will appear at most func-
Tickets for the basketball
19-9; Texas A&M, 42-6; Vander- tions including the basketball
bilt, 42-6; Auburn 22-3; Georgia finals on Dec. 28 and at both W if tournament are now on sale .at
Special Services Bldg 704, Extension -
23-15; and Florida State, 20-7; pre-game and halftime at the
593. Tickets priced at
while losing to Georgia Tech, Gator Bowl football game Dec.
$2 and $1.
17-0 Duke LSU 23-0 and
; 28-21; ; 29.


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1IQ8 JAX AIR NEWS 20 December 1962 2

14 Workers Complete J

Apprenticeship Course J

,. i, 't4' .
Fourteen employees of NAS Jax graduated December

13 receiving their certificates of apprenticeship following it

four years of study and experience-gaining work in the O&R J,

and Public Works Departments. I

CERTIFICATES was made by
> Captain James A. Bentley, Pub- J;

Robert H. Fagan, Overhaul and se

{ r, Repair Officer, at the Smith '. ;" affi
R6om, Civilian Cafeteria.An .
award of an inscribed gold :!L C

r watch to the honorman, Cecil E. '
k Wood whose trade is aircraft h..

mechanic (general), was pre- < a
APPRENTICE GRADUATES who completed four years of training Dec. 13 in the Public ecsip:
Works and Overhaul and Repair Department are (Front row L to R) J. R. Harding A. L. Harden sented by Charles G. Hart, pres-
B. G. West J. H. Jarvis. Ill, C. G. Fyfe. (Middle row) J. T. Keene, W. M. Cook W. E. Wolf, M. ident of the local chapter of the
C. Wright, (Back row) C. E. Wood. Millage Burnsed W. D Lockerman Jr., C. H. Mathis Jr.. and Master Mechanics and Foremen eJl
W. L. Brown. bifh
0000 Association.This .
award is given to
"0" Club Events the graduating apprentice who,

by his earned grades in shop and R. G. DALTON AQBAN ra

Friday December 21 } school work, demonstrates the frl

Truncheon 1115-1345. 1 jrtT1! greatest OTHER effort O&R to succeed.GRADUATESwere MaintenanceAN inan

Happy Hour 1530-1800. .
Millage Burnsed, John T. /h
Dinner 1800-2100. Wins
Keene, Wimbley D. Lockerman, exin.
Dancing in Dining Room ,with
.. __ Jr., and Billy G. West, all air- .
Kay Ryan Trio 2000-2400. :
__ craft mechanics (general); AaronL. Nov. Honors tee

(Saturday, December 22 >; .. ,. Harden, Charles H. Mathis, thAn ,
Luncheon 1115-1345. Jr., and Matthews C. Wright, airman who has as- m;

Happy Hour 1530-1800. metalsmiths (aviation); WildonM. sumed responsibilities cornin

-Dinner 1800-2100. Cook and Warren E. Wolf, mensurate with those of a -

Dancing in Dining Room with aircraft mechanics (motor); Joseph second class petty officer has I''

Charlie Jay 2030-0030. R. Harding and James H. been awarded the Servicemanof I'

VF-31 Party, St. Johns room Jarvis, III, machinists, and William the Month honor for No- 1
L. Brown aircraft mechanic
i 1900-2100. vember.HE .
(general). Brown, an Army re- IS RAYMOND G.DALTON. ,

I Sunday, December 23 servist, was called into military AQBAN of the NAS Aircraft eri:
Brunch 11151345. service during the Berlin crisisa Maintenance Department. wi

Family Buffet 1800-2100. HONORGRADUATE E. Wood (right) whose tradeis year ago, returning to finish Dalton received a check for shl
aircraft mechanic (general) Is presented an inscribed gold his training after five months ac-
Monday, December 24 watch by Charles G. Hart, president of the local chapter of tive duty. $50 from Captain James R. m;
.. .r Club Closed. the Master Mechanics and Foreman Association. Wood received The Public Works graduatewas Compton, NAS Commanding Officer '. th
the yearly award as the top man in the graduating classof at ceremonies held last cu
"O" Club package store, Ceiling Carlton G. Fyfe, electrician.The .
\ 14 employees in the Station's Apprentice Program. Thursday. The airman will also pu
zero. and Annex will be open apprentices' training was
be a guest of the City of St. las
regular hours. on regular productive work under -
Time Augustine and the USO for a N
Tuesday December 25 Holidays Dangerous I the same shop supervision as day. tOl
for other employees. They re-
Club Closed. He was cited for his duties on vis
For Food PoisoningHolidays ceived official appraisals of their
the night of the Armament id(
Wednesday, December 26 progress and performance each crew
month, being rated by several (AQ) Shop of the Avionics be
I: Luncheon 11151345. can be a particularly dangerous time for food supervisors as scheduled trans- Branch. According to the recommendation tit]

Happy Hour 1530-1800. poisoning because the festive spirit sometimes leads to care fers from shop to shop occurred.In letter Dalton has
1 Dinner 1800-2100. lessness State Board of Health official said today.DR. .
a classroom training, three proven himself to be completely

! Thursday, December 27 CLARENCE M. SHARP. will permit that your eating days each month, the apprentices reliable and trustworthy.HE .

! Luncheon 11151345. assistant state health officer, said place and its personnel are thor- studied subjects such as mathe- HAS ALSO SHOWN A
I Happy Hour 1530-1800. oughly conscious of the rules of matics, trade theory, blueprint keen desire to expand his know-
r Dinner 1800-2100. "Most people associate food poisoning sanitation." reading and shop drawing, sci- ledge and technical backgroundby

I' with hot weather but it ence, organization and manage- his willingness to learn about

"Honey," explained the woman I can also happen any other time There have been 685 cases of ment, and English.Commissary. equipment with which he was i

as she noticed the dark I of the year if the cook neglectsthe food poisoning this year, 183 last completely unfamiliar and to de-

glance her husband gave the hatbox primary laws of the kitchen: year. There also have been 498 vote extra hours to his duties.
cleanliness and keeping hot of salmonellosis this year, HoursThe
in her hand, "I was downin ; cases The Navyman was also praised
the dumps today so I bought foods hot and cold foods cold. 473 last year. Salmonellosis bac- NAS Jax CommissaryStore for his work during the Cuban
hat. teria can come from the intes- will be closed Mondayand I
myself a new "This Christmas and New crisis on a special project. He
'* tinal tract of humans and some Tuesday, December 24
I Oh, so that's where get
you Year's-and all other times-you was given a deadline of four
them!" poultry: and swine. The illness is and, for the Holidays, it was
I should be sure that your handsare days to complete it and shorten'I
I similar to food poisoning. Thor- announced this week. The
clean before you handle foodor ed this to,36 hours.
ough hand-washing; and thor- Store will also be closed Fri-
II HOT I IR dishes. And any left-over day, December 28 for quarterly Dalton enlisted in the Navy in
I should be promptly refrigerated. ough cooking of meat helps pre- inventory.The July 1961. After recruit training,

I vent infection. he was assigned to the Class "A"
Store will
I "A turkey left standing at ordinary be open the
room temperature for a usual hours the remainder of AQ School at NATTC Memphis, '1I
the week. Tenn. After graduation he received ace
few hours can become infected I
orders here.
even though it had been well- USAFI Revises Ch
cooked. There is no odor to warn Ad

you that bacteria have multipliedat not
j Business Law the
an astonishing rate. The same
thing can happen regarding a
Introduction to Business LawI
wide variety of foods. Dishes,
\ and II, two courses offered by
cutlery and cutting boards shouldbe duc
the United States Armed Forces
thoroughly washed to help Institute here, have been newly Itha
prevent any possible contamination. revised.
l't + Both are correspondence and arc
I "YOU SHOULD TAKE PRECAUTIONS group study courses. They will it
Ii i in public, too. You be available through command I fut

1I 1j I t 1 ;, /7 are responsible for yourself in Information and Education Offi- .N.. .. 4 1U
j your own home but in public cers soon. as
\ PAL DAY LUNCHEON-Just a few of the 75 NAS and
must depend to
you some ex- ire
NATTUnit Waves who feted
were last Thursday at Women's
! tent, on the personnel of the A mother hen, experiencing Club of South Jacksonville. This was the second year the Jax f
place at which you're dining. difficulty with one of her chicks Waves had been invited 'cross town for luncheon. Captain and
I II However, you can be sure that declared, "If your father couldsee Mrs. James R. Compton also attended. The "Korn Kob Klan it
ONERMROFSHORTHl' from Chitlin' Switch" provided the entertainment
your hands are clean; and you you now he'd turn over in along with er
songs by Lou Olsen. Mrs. L. Percy Wall, defense chairman
I should be as sure as observation his gravy. was hostess for the day.G n''





20 December 1962 JAX AIR NEWS Page j
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New Fire TruckTo : -Glad/ To Go Back"

Demonstrate Say Cuba Evacuees"We're
A new type airplane firefighting -

and rescue truck, the MB-1A, : glad to be going back' was the general feeling
being tested by the Navy, will expressed by some 46 Navy wives and children as they left
demonstrate its capabilities for the NAS Jax air terminal Friday to return to their homesat
the benefit of the press and other Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
interested parties here at NAS THE DEPENDENTS HAVE
Jax at 1430 today. iFk, : : been in the area since they were Retired Navy
The truck is a pilot model pre- evacuated from Guantanamo at

sently undergoing evaluationand the outbreak of the Cuban crisis. Planes Find \
user's tests at the Station'sfire The Navy ,authorized their returnto

division according to Fire Cuba early this month. Useful LifeObsolete
Chief Don Moran. "About the happiest day of my
The new piece of equipmenthas k .11 ( life" was the way Mrs. D. G. Navy aircraft, retiredby
power steering, power brakes, Richmond expressed her thoughts arrival of the jet age, have
a driver's seat dead center flanked before boarding the Navy R5D found a new and useful "life" i tn

by two reserve men on each Transport. This was the first the Agriculture Department's
side. It features a new powder time she had ever been evacuated fire fighting service. In their new
extinquishing agent of potassium paint and configuration, "low and
1i from an area. She and her two
bicarbonate for fighting liquid ,. :;1Y children came from Cuba on the slow" characteristics are considered -
fires.It "ABOUT THE HAPPIEST DAY OF MY LIFE" says Mrs.D. I USS Duxbury Bay to Norfolk, as assets and not liablitics.
G. Richmond wife of a Navy pilot as the awaits the board-
also discharges foam at a I 'Her STARTING WITH A FLEETof
Va. husband is a helicopter
ing call for the Navy Transport to take her and her two child
rate of 6,000 gallons per minute ren back to Guantanamo Bay Cuba. Mrs Richmond was pilot at the base. Stearman biplanes In 1956, the
from two forward nozzles and evacuated on the Duxbury Bay and has been staying in Pensa- Mrs. Dorthy Alley and ,two Forest Service has learneHthrough
in addition has a 400-pound unit cola. She was just one of tome 46 wires and children who children Laura, age 12 and Lin- experience that air dropsof
departed NAS Jax last Friday In the first air lift from here
amidships 4hat discharges purple for Cuba.NAS. da, age 14 along with Christmas water and various fireretard'ant *
"K" a dry chemical capable of packages anxiously awaited the materials can assist materially
extinguishing large aircraft fires : returned trip. "My husband (a in the control of many forest
independently of the foam sys- Helicopter Crew Chief Torpedoman) had every- fires. Many tests have proved
tems. It also includes an agent thing packed ready to ship but that retardants (slurry of borato
that is capable of extinguishing .' I'll be more than happy to un- and bentonite) dropped at low
magnesium fires, which is uniquein Rescues Barge SeamenThe pack and get settled in our altitudes from tankers assist
aircraft firefighting apparatus. home," she affirmed. ground teams with a fast method
SYLVIA MOODY AND 5 of fire control where terrain does
of the helicopter in Navy sea-air rescue
Navy.Publishes missions was further proven last week when an NAS 'cop- months old Robert Moody, Jr., not preclude fling. Hard to reach I
ter crew rescued two survivors from a sinking barge off also were evacuated on the Up- fires may require copter drops. I
Leadership BookThe the coast of St. Augustine.THE shur. The wife of a third class In 1960 Forest Service aircraft
CALL ASKING FOR aviation mechanic she said, "I dropped 6,000,000 gallons of -n I
United States Navy Lead- HELP was received by NAS concerning the actions of Lt. never wanted to leave that tardants on 1050 fires! while log-
ership Manual (NavPers 15934) Operations at 0805 last Thursday. Hastings, Wilson and Van Til was our first home and I am ging more than 48,000 air hours.
will soon be distributed to all Immediately dispatched to the burg from Rear Admiral I. J. very anxious to get back." Employed as tankers: were the

ships and stations. This new rescue scene was an HRS-200 Stephens, USCG, Commandant of This was the first group of TEM Avenger, F7F Tigercat, j
manual is a handy compilation of helicopter piloted by LieutenantI. the Seventh Coast Guard Dis- Guantanamo evacuees to be returned PVY Catalina, AJ-1 Savage, ,P.V- ,
, the leadership materials and dis- W. Hastings and his crew, trict: "The initiative and re- to Cuba through the facil- 2 Ventura and the PB4Y Priva-
cussion outlines which have been A. D. Wilson, AD2 and L. J. Van sourcefulness displayed by your ities of the local Navy. teer. In California's fire control
published separately during the Tilburg, AD3. Also joined in the helicopter crew in searching the More evacuees are known to region, the TBM and the PBY
last four years by the Bureau of effort was an UF "Dumbo" sea- barge being towed by tug Lindento be in the vicinity. It is not known were rated as "most dcsirabJo"
Naval Personnel. However, many plane from Jax, a helicopterfrom ascertain that no one was however, if they will be returnedto air tankers tested.
topics have been substantially revised NAS Cecil Field and, com- aboard and then searching for, Cuba from NAS, Jax. The T-34 Mentor, still active.asa
for this compilation. An ing from the South, a helicopterfrom locating, and rescuing the men The majority of the evacueesare trainer, is used as a leadplano
idea of the Manual's contents can NAS Sanford.A who had abandoned the barge is being returned by the Mili- by fire control crews, directing:
be obtained' from the chapter few miles off shore the sink- commendable. Well done." tary Sea Transport Service from air drops and ground equipment

titles: Ing barge was sighted by Lt. Hast- New York and Norfolk, Va. by; radio messages.

1. Leadership: Why and How. ings. Close by was the tug Lin- Bluejackets '

2. Balanced Efforts in Com- den whose crew was trying to 17r2/j;
mand Leadership. keep the floundering cargo-car- ,
rier afloat. Inn Doin'sThursday
3. FiveSteps to Effective jig'y
The tug's skipper said two men
Naval Leadership. I
were aboard the barge when it December 20
4. Checks for Personal Lead- 3 jI
tore loose of the towing cable.\ Dance Featuring Phil Cay and
ership. "We hovered over the barge
5. How to Conduct a Leader- I' the Chantels, 200-2400
but found no sight of the two i
ship Discussion. men," says Hastings. The heli- Friday December 21

6. Standard Naval Leadership copter crew even returned to Dining and Dancing

Discussion Outlines. shore, picked up some rocks
December 22 :
7. Use of Case and Non-Case which they dropped on the bargein Saturday

Study ,Films. an attempt to arouse someone. Children's Christmas Party, y Yij ss
8. The U. S. Code of Conduct. Van Tilburg was then hoisted 0930-1130 F ;
: yrx
The appendices are: down on to the craft but foundno Dance Featuring Carl Boyd
A. Indicia of Naval Leader- .
one in his 2100-0100
and the Rhythm Kings,
Publications.C. ever, that a rubber life raft was Sunday, December 23
Films. missing. This prompted the res- Dance featuring March Wilson

The new Leadership Manual, cue team to begin searching in and the Red Coats, 2000-2400.
I according to its preface by the all directions amidst the heavily a
[Chief of Naval Personnel, Vice fogged area. Monday, December 24 f IS J.

Admiral W. R. Smedberg, III, is "Just as we were running Dining and Dancing y, as"J
not intended to be an "endoftheline" short of fuel commented Hast-
Tuesday, December 25
| document, but: ings, "I sighted the raft one
". to provide a selective I of the men was in pretty bad MERRY CHRISTMAS ]
consolidation of materials produced shape suffering in the freezing Dining and Dancing 'S S
in the past with the hope weather." s.
|that new ideas and new tech- Wednesday, December 26 r
After the pickup, at 0925, the
iques might be developed in the NAS Jax Helicopter joined with Game Night, 2000 r s I
uture It can only be improved which had I
the Cecil 'copter, a
if those who use it con- I doctor on board, in a nearby The Library of Congress, ar 1
ribute ideas and suggestions for field. Lt. Hastings then flew the Washington D.C., is one of the I
uture revision this book I > >
seamen to the Daytona Beach, largest structures of its typein ;> >{ : 1g \
ust be used only as a guide -, where ambulanceswere '! & ?!& "
Fla., Airport
the world. The main buildingwas
s a constant reminder that we
ire each involved every moment waiting.All constructed at a cost of MORE HER SIZE-Petite three-year-old Lisa Astor gives
told, the SAR mission took her mother Patricia an approTing smile while shopping la
|>f every day in leadership. $7 million. The Library and its
Additional copies can be ob- one hour and 35 minutes. their Christmas tree on the Navy Exchange lot here at NAS.
13 acres of ground
ined from the Navy Supply Captain James R. Compton, annex occupy Lisa's father is Lt (jg) Irwin Astor assigned to VF-131 at NAS
enter in Norfolk, Va., and Oak- NAS Commanding Officer, received and contain more than 36 acres Cecil Field. Trees are on sale today from 0900-2000 Friday.
nd, Calif. the following message of floor space. 0900-1630 and Saturday, 09001500.

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Page 8 JAX AIR NEWS 20 December 1962

Once Korean Orphan Is M An All-Time High

1 Now U. S. Sailor CitizenBy Local Navy CC-UF Drive

D. W. Warren, J03

Six years and an act of Congress ago, a 15-year-old Movies will be shown regularlyat

Korean orphan .was adopted by an Air Force Chaplain at 1900 on Monday through Sat- Nets Total Of $119,393Military
Osan Korea.
urday; at 1400 and 1900 on Sun-

THAT BOY, NOW A NAVY day, at the Mains de and and civilian personnel of Navy activities in
enlisted took the oath to
man, NATTU Theater and at 1900 onlyon
the Jacksonville reached the ultimate of success witha
become a United States citizenit area
Sunday, at the Hospital Thea-
Friday. MM..M.M.y ter. These times are subject to whopping $119,373.58 contribution to the recently con-

lIe Is Michael "Mike" Gamble, change. cluded Duval County Community Chest-United Fund Drive,
SK3 of the Naval Air Technical
final figures by the Navy's treasurer reveal. The amount
I Training Unit Supply Division. Thursday, December 20
:Mike was working as custodianof Mainside-Mysterious Island contributed is 119% of the target at which the Navy was

the Air Force Base Chapel at NATTUnit-Hercules Unchain shooting.. and surpasses- last year's record collection.

\ Oran when Captain Albert: L. ed. THE AMOUNT CONTRIBUTED
Gamble Air Force Hospital Adventures of a its surpassing their goals were
Chaplain, was by the Jax Navy military-
Defense Surplus Sales Office,
stationed there.Becoming Young Man. civilian populace is an all-time
attached the is do- $115; NAS BOQ, $201; Disease
I to boy, high and the largest single
Friday, December 21
Vector Control Center, $120;
Chaplain Gamble began adoption nation given by one
any agency
Mainside Sail A Crooked
i1 Navy Area Audit Office, $78;
proceedings in June 1956, onlyto Ship.NATTUnitMysterious. during a locally conducted cam- Area Wage and Classification Of-
be transferred to Warren Air paign.
Island fice $71 Officers Club, $65;
Force Base in the Fall of
1956. Wyo., Hospital-Movie 'Cancelled. Results show that all but four Red Cross Field Office, $57;

Saturday, December 22 of the 16 major or separate ac- District Intelligence Field Office,
Before adoption proceedingswere Mainside-Pocketful of Miracles tivities participating went over $46; Green Cove Springs Naval
completed, Chaplain Gam- the of their selfimposed tar-
top Facility, Security Group, $26;,
ble started efforts him
to enable
J NATTUnit-Sail A Crooked gets. Commands going over the and Defense Department House-
to bring Mike to the United
MICHAEL GAMBLE, SK3 Ship. top were NAS Jacksonville, witha hold Goods Field Office, $25.
r States but the best avail-
Hospital-Mysterious Island. $41,839 donation; CommanderFleet One of the major NAS depart-
able would have required a wait -
Air Jacksonville, $31,827; ment, Overhaul and Repair, fella
of at leapt three years. Hew Years Eve Sunday, December 23Mainside NAS Cecil Field, $8,485; Com- wee bit short of its target, but
'THEN CAME THE Act of Con- -Where The Boys mander Fleet Air Wing Eleven, nevertheless came through witha

gress! Are. $5,672; Naval Air Technical creditable contribution of
Through the efforts of Congressman Parties On NATTUnit-Pocketful Of Mir-
TapNew acles. Training Unit, $4,722; Naval $19,052, still the largest single
John F. Baldwin, Representative Hospital, $4,721; Patrol Squadron donation from an individual unit
from California, Pri- Year's Eve parties are on Hospital-Sail A Crooked Ship
$1,866; Marine Aviation De-
vate Law 85-358 declared Mike a tap for December 31 here' on the I ComFairJax likewise has ,a
Monday, December 24 tachment, NATTU, $1,623; Naval host of and units
natural born.alien child of Chaplain Station at the Officers' Club, CPO Air squadrons
Reserve Training Unit
Mainside-Herod the Great. ,
which sailed over the top, some
Club and the Bluejackets Inn.
Gamble, making him eligiblefor
NATTUnit-Where the Boys $1,468; Marine Air Reserve 19 in all. These were the carrier -
immediate immigration.In Tickets sale at the "O" Training Detachment $460 Ma-
of are on Are. ; USS Roosevelt, $6,500; the
June 1958, Mike came to Club for the formal dress affair. Hospital Pocketful of Mir- rine Recruiting Station, $98; and carrier Shangri-La, $4,650; Fair

this country.' One year later, Price per couple is $10. Buffet acles. Marine Corps Reserve Training Jax Staff, $1,156; CVG-10 Staff,
after taking an oath of intent to dinner will be served from 1930- Center, $70.
$110 VF-62 $228 VF-13 $438
; ;
Become a' United States citizen December
Tuesday 25
2200 Hour from ,
Happy prices
Even though they fell short of VA-106, $325; VA-46 $325; VA
Mike in the Mainside-Last
enlisted Navy. 1930-2200 with champagne at Time I Saw
,'I Now after fulfilling all Archie. their target, the other separate 176, $300; VF-31, $501; VF.3 ,
requirements -
I special prices. Music by Charlie commands contributed sizeable $558; VA-35, $482; CVG-4, Staff,
Mike is a U.S. Citi- -Herod The Great
Jay. There will be fun for all amounts. Naval Station Mayport, $266; VF-131, $358; VA-135, $150;
Where the Boys'Are
zen. He had to complete three -
Ii years of 'military service (five with hats, noisemakers, leis, etc. including the destroyers and VFP-62, $1,373; VAP-62, $2,788;
I Wednesday, December 26 other ships except carriers based FaetuLant Detachment 2, $504;
years residence; is required for Doors to the CPO Club will
and VU-10 Detachment
Mainside-Twist there $63.
Around the came through with $17,880; ,
civilians); demonstrate his knowledge open at 2000. Tickets are on
Clock. Assistant Industrial Manager's The carrier USS Saratoga, although -
of English and our American -
heritage. sale at the Club or may be pur- NATTUnit-Last Time I Saw Office, $462; Navy Recruiting, a little shy of its target,

chased from members of the ad- Archie. $167; and Naval Reserve Training came through with a healthy do-

visory group for $2.50. There will Hospital-Herod the GreatThursday Center, $102. .' nation of $6,602.Squadrons .

Classified gjjjfiftaf&i fjj'i be a buffet dinner served and / December 27 NAS JACKSONVILLE COMMAND and units under

all attendees will receive noise- Mainside-Assignment Outer with some 30 smaller Fleet Air Wing Eleven that rang
makers. Space. tenant and associated activtiesas the bell were FAW-11 Staff,

FOR RENT NATTUnit-Twist Around the well as departments partici- $501; VP-7, $1,401; VP-5, $1,178;
Wesconnelt Blvd.-Furn. 1 bdrm apt, The ushering in of the New Clock. pating under its banner, had 22 and VP-18, $1,152.

$65 per mo; SP 1.1106. Year at the Bluejackets Inn will Hospital-Last Time I saw units go over the top. Depart- Several ships home based at

Lydia St.-Furn, 3 room apt, $60 per begin at 2100. Carl Boyd and his Archie. ments exceeding or surpassingtheir Mayport Naval Station, and cam-

mo; 2747 Lydia St. Rhythm Kings will provide dance targets included Supply paigning under the Mayporj; ban-
Margaret St.-Unfurn 3 bdrm house, Friday, December 28 with $5,558; Public Works, $5,229; ner joined the select list of contributors -
$60 per mop EL 66301. music. Festivities and favors Mainside:Mohawk Operations, $2,094; Navy Ex- These ships includedthe

Post St.-2 bdrm apt, $65 per mo.; free. NATTUnit-Assignment Outer change, $2,081; Aircraft Maintenance USS Yellowstone, Kaskaskia,

Mrs. Dorthy Decoers,' 3333 Post St. Space. $2,066; ministration, Bailey, Bigelow, Fiske, Goodrich,
Unfurn house, $50 per mo. $45 with USS HelenaTo Hospital-Twist Around the $1,464; Marine Barracks, $656; Hawkins," Perry, Power, Rish,

yard work; SP M142. Clock. Comptroller, $599; Industrial Re- Turner and Ware. .

Lekehore-Unfurn 2 bdrm house, $60 Be Inactivited Saturday, December 29 lations, $419; Medical $383; and Some 32,900 military and civil
per mo.; EV 98357. Dental, $317. ian in
Mainside-Fastest Gun Alive personnel participated the
Onfurn. 2 bdrm house; EV 8-8269. 'The San Diego-based heavy Hospital-Assignment Outer -NAS'tenant and associated un- drive.

Mlddeburg-3! bdrm house BU 2-5295 cruiser USS Helena (CA-75) will Space.

3 bdrm house, $75 per mo; EV 7-3909 be inactivated next year after NATTUnit-Mohawk J

FOR SALE serving continuously with the
3 bdrm house, $5,800 equity; Pacific Fleet for more than 17
EV 7-3909. years.

House Trailer, Pay equity, take overpayments
; Johnson A03, at 6301 Roosevelt
Long Beach Naval Shipyard in
Blvd Lot 181.
March, the cruiser will be placedin
6 room house, EV 93305.
an inactive reserve status by

July 1.The. r., t 3

NX White SaleAll guided missile cruiser USS -='J

Navy Exchanges will Columbus (CG-12)), commissionedon __

open their doors on Thursday, December 1, will provide nu-

December 27, to present the merical replacement for the

big annual White Event, or in Helena within the Pacific Fleet

more familiar terms, a white Replacing the veteran cruiseras
1// sale! the First Fleet flagship will NEW STARS are added to these CPO's rating badges as

The items on sale at special be the heavy cruiser USS Saint they are promoted to Senior and Master Chief ratings in ceremonies

prices include a wide selection Paul (CA-73)). held In the office of Captain James R. Compton, NAS

spreads, mattress pads, towels, There is one nuclearpoweredguided Compion Henry Norwood ENCM of Operations Depl.j Thomas
wash cloths, table cloths, bath missile cruiser the USS W. Butler. ASGS arid Jack S. Ginsley. ATCS of Aircraft

sets, scatter rugs, shower sets, Long Beach (CGN-9)) operatingwith Maintenance Dept and John T. Decker. ETCS of Operations
and other miscellaneous items. the Atlantic Fleet. She is Department. (Left) Henry W. Taylor ATCS of NAMTG was
equipped with the Talos missile. alto promoted at the same ceremonies.

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