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Vol. 20 No. 42 U. S. NAS Jacksonville, Florida 17 January 1963

Navy League Gives DetailsOn 3 Patrol Squadrons To Have

Annual Navy League of Merit the United States AwardsThe is now accepting New Skippers In January

nominations for their Annual Awards of Merit which will

be awarded to civilian or mlitary personnel. The Awards

will be made in May at the Navy League National Conven- Three Naval Air Station-based patrol squadrons will have new commanding officers

tion in San Juan, Puerto Rico. before the end of January. Patrol squadrons 18 and 30 will hold change of command ceremonies -
ceived the Stephen Decatur while Patrol Squadron 5 has already made the
There are five separate awards. January 21 and 25 respectively
Award last
Each award will be accompaniedby year. change-over. VP- Squadron 5. He
The new
Mahan .
The Alfred Thayer
an appropriate certificate plusan Commander relieved Cdr.
30 -
skipper i-
; :
Award for Literary Achievementwill '
inscribed diamond studded Vernon F. Anderson Boston 'g'. Robert L. Hut -
wrist watch. be awarded to the Naval or present "''
\ .
THE JOHN PAUL JONES Marine Corps officer or enlistedman t. VP-18 execu- Tulane College Univer- ...., .. ber.Cdr.. Huber

Award for leader- or civilian who has madea tive officer will <
inspirational sity prior to ",>* will be the
ship is to be awarded to that Na- notable literary contribution ; assume com- entering naval J/.iJP" ." Operations Oft -

valor Marine Corps officer or which has advanced the know- : 'mand of that 0 ficer on the
service ant t
enlisted man who has made an ledge of the importance of sea- ?./: :r"''x.h '.; unit next Mon Aviation as Cadet I > J....::V.. Staff of Commander -

power to the United States. ; ,''t''' He will relieve 'Z.
outstanding contribution ot the f' \: o M day. Fleet
in 1942. Upon
,. .
Recipient of this award last < .i I. ,( :
high standards of traditional Comman-
? Cdr. Lyons completion of Cdr. Smyth Air Wing Ele-
was Captain Carl H. Amme, F.
in the Navy. year Cdr. Anderson der Robert commiss-
flight training, he was ven here.
Last year's recipient of the Jr.The Lyons. in September "Mad Fox" skipper
ioned an Ensign The new
final award, the Robert I
award Vice Admiral Charles
was Cdr. Lyons is slated to take 1943. attended St. John's University

Wellborn, Jr., and Sgt. Paul Wil- M. Thompson Award for Out-will over duties as Commanding Of- Patrol Squadron 30 is the At- prior to entering the U. S. Navyas
standing Civilian Leadership,
son, USMC. ficer of VP-30 the following Fri- lantic Fleet's largest patrol unit, an Aviation Cadet in July
be to that civilian
The Rear Admiral William S. presented gov- ceremonies in Hangar 140 of training commissionedand
in mission
day assigned the 1942. Upon being
ernment official, retired Naval or
Parsons Award for Scientific and retired at 1500. He will succeed Com- all replacement pilots, navigatorsand Ensign in October 1943 he
Marine Corps officer or
Technical Progress will be awarded mander Walter W. Honour. and of the flight instructor -
aircrewmen many was assigned as a
:enlisted man who has made a
to the Naval of Marine
Corps :personal contribution to further- This is the second time that maintenance personnel for employment at Pensacola, Fla.

Officer, enlisted man or civilian ing the importance of seapower Cdr. Lyons has relieved Cdr. into fleet operational Cdr. Smyth served in the South
who has made
an outstanding command of The training is
Honour. He assumed patrol squadrons. Pacific during WWII.
through his efforts as a
contribution in field of sci-
any Civilian nominees for this awarddo VP-J8) in January 1962 from Cdr. carried out in all three of the Patrol Squadron 5 was one of
ence which has furthered the de-
not have to be Navy or Marine Honour. existing long range patrol air- the first units ordered into action
velopment and of the
progress Corps employees. Cdr. Honour will report to the crew aircraft-the P-2 Neptune, during the Cuban Quarantine.

Navy. Gard Jameson the for duty upon his P-5 Marlin and the Lockheed The squadron photographed and
In 1962, Admiral John M. Sides Frank was USS Boxer
received this honor. winner of this award in 1962. detachment here.VAcfm. P3A Orion, a new addition. tracked the Soviet vessel Buch-

The Navy League Board of During Cdr. Honour's year as arest, which was the first Soviet
commanding officer of VP-30- encountered by Navy sur-
Award for Operational Compe- Awards' consists of a former Secretary Taylor/ ship
officers and 564 enlisted replacement -
316 face forces during the Quarantine.
of the Navy, a former
tence is for outstanding personal guided
contribution in the course fo ac- Chief of NaVal Operations, a retired To Present the squadron's intensive
tual naval operations which has admiral and two outstanding Isbell Trophy 10-week ASW syllabus. The NATTUHonormen
business leaders.
advanced the readiness and
com- Patrol Squadron Eighteen squadron logged 11,491 accident- A. Hughgill, Pvt., AE "A"
petence of the Naval service. The nominations are not limited
will be presented with the free flight hours and 10,617 land- School, 83.39.A. .
Naval and Marine Corps officers to the calendar year of 1962,
Captain Arnold J. Isbell Trophy ings. McMurray, AOAN, AO"A"
and enlisted men be nomin- ut they should stress accomplishments
may In ceremonies held January 10,
for excellence in air antisubmarine School, 85.85.
ated for this award. made during that period
Commander Robert P. Smyth ad- "B"
warfare operationsby J. W. Mueller, AO1, AO
Richard B. Laning re- (Continued Page 6, Col. 5)) executive officer tocommanding
Captain Vice Admiral Edmund E. vanced from School, 82.63.

Taylor, Commander, Antisubmarine : officer of Patrol .....

Quick Thinking Nets Atlantic Fleet Warfare, at 1030 Force Friday, U.S., Army Gen. To Review I

January 18, at hangar 123.

PraiseA An open invitation to attend
O&R Employee has been extended by the Subsistence SupplyMajor I

squadron to all interested per.
retired Navy chief petty officer who is now employedat sonnel aboard the station. Uniform

the Overhaul and Repair Department at NAS Jax is the I' for service guests will General Thomas B. ville area. His particular interest

recipient of a letter of thanks for preventing a serious acci- be service dress blue bravo. Evans, (Director, Defense Sub- will be in messing facilities and

dent while vacationing.. _in Georgia.. sistence Supply Center in Chi- provisions storage.
LETTER; WAS: RETHE --- cago, IlL, will visit Jackson-

CEIVED by William W. Sims, ville naval facilities servicedby

aviation metalsmith of Shop 3225 pT his agency on Friday. Jax Credit Union

in Assembly Division of O&R,

and his cousins, Roy Sims, a city General Evans will arrive by Holds AnnualMeeting

fireman in Savannah, and A L. air at the station Thursday eve-

Sims, Savannah and Atlanta ., I ning. He will meet with Rear

Railroad employee.U. y F7 y vIRO..wyu b Admiral Joseph M. Carson, Com I Friday

H. Hester, Savannah super- mander Fleet Air Jacksonvilleand
The Annual Meeting of the
intendent of the Seaboard Air Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval
Jax Navy Federal Credit Union
Line Railroad, wrote the three District; Captain James R. Comp- :
4 will be held at 1930, Friday, Jan-
Sir ses expressing sincere appre- ton, NAS Jacksonville Commanding
18 at King Hall.
ciation for their actions last Officer and Captain J. D. uary

Thanksgiving Day in flagging Sullivan, NAS Supply Officer, Guest speaker at the meetingwill

down a Seaboard frieght train prior to his inspection tour. be James T. Coats, Regional
before it collided with a heavily : .; :;;. ..;:;f I His tour Friday will include Director, Bureau of Federal Cre-
laden pulpwood truck which had ..,( x. dit Unions of Atlanta, Ga.
Vi'': a visit to the Commissary Store
stalled on a Seaboard crossing here at 0855, a trip to Mayport The purpose of.the meeting is
about three miles above Central ,.<.. I
Naval Station where he will visit to elect officers to serve as rep-
Junction near Savannah.The .... ) / the carrier USS Saratoga at 1000, resentatives of the membershipon

three Simses were on a : .+..;. ,, and an inspection of the Defense the Board of Directors and

hunting trip when they saw the Subsistence Supply Center at Credit Committee and to hear
pulpwood driver's truck stalled 1429 West 16th St. in Jacksonvilleat various reports.Refreshments.
on the crossing. While A. L. Sims .... ,

ran south on the tracks to head 'j hAIi 1\.S MOM 'j hE HR A letter of thanks from the 1100. will be served
off a possible passenger train Seaboard Air Line Railroad it read by Walter W. Sims (right), General Evans' visit is for the and 18 door prizes will be given

which was believed due, Roy an O&R aviation metalsmith, and Jack J. Shapiro Branch Fore. purpose of reviewing the effect- away to lucky ticket holders. In

Sims and his cousin William ran man of the Assembly Division. Sims and two cousins receivedthe iveness of subsistence supply sup addition, $25 in silver dollars will
letter from the RR company thanking them for preventinga port being rendered to naval activities be given away to lucky ticket
north for a half mile to head off train-truck crossing accident in Georgia last Thanksgiving.The .
(Continued Page 6, CoL 2)) O&R employee is a,retired Navy CPO. and ships in the Jackson- holders.of .

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Station Traffic
Violation RecordThe

following is a report of
7( { { \ }
NAS Jacksonville! motor vehicle accidents and \ }., {
CAPT J. R. Compton ............................................................ Commanding Officer
COR Walter J. Schub ................................................................ Executive Officer traffic violations for the peri-
Fleet Air Jacksonville NAB 6ND od Jan. 1 to Jan. 11.

IADM Joseph M. Carson ................................................................ CommanderCAPT NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis
Vincent Casey ................................................................_._ Chief of Staff Week ... .. ... 5
Fleet Air Wing Eleven
CAPT Gilbert J. Frauenheim ............................................................ CommanderCAPT Total Accidents this year
Andrew H. Cowart .................................................... Chief Staff Officer through Jan. 11 5
Naval Air Technical Training Unit Number of Accidents
CAPT HarUel) D. Allen ........................................................ Commanding Officer through Jan. 1962 5 LJL
CDR Eugene F. Verdery ............................................................ Executive Officer NUMBER OF, DAYS SINCE 4I
Naval Hospital
CAPT J. M. Hanner ................................................................ Commanding Officer LAST INJURY IN MOTOR
CAPT Stephen H. Tollni ............................................................ Executive Officer VEHICLE ACCIDENT 14
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott Jr. .................................................... Commanding Officer NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis
COR William M. Miller .. ........................................................ Executive Officer week (Jan. 1-11)) .91
Printed commercially with appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at no Speeding 17
expense to the government and in compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958. Reckless Driving .. 1
Distributed weekly free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air 8 UP THE LADDER Snapping a new lieutenant junior
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing Going through stop sign grade shoulder board on her husbands uniform is Mrs. Betty
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U. S. Naval Hospital. Other Violations 65 Turner, wife of Eugene R. Turner of the Medical Service Corps.
LCDR Ralph D. McClure ........................ ... Service Information Officer Forty-six drivers appeared Ltjg( ) Turner, assigned to the Disease Vector Control Center,
Andrew H. Planey ........................ Asisitant Service Information Officer before the Traffic Hearing received his promotion from the Center's Admin Officer, Ltjg( )
Editor-Mae Spencer, JOt; Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone, JOt; Staff- Board at the meeting held on B. A. Jones MSC, in behalf of Capt. G. S. Stains, OinC of DVCC.
Robert Dodds, SAt Ruth Anne Roberts, SA.
Members of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and In- January 14. Disposition of the
ternational Councils of Industrial Editors. cases include the following: Local JC Offers 6 Staff AidsReceives
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material eight lost driving and parking
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing cerdit Is given. Photographs -
unless otherwise credited are official U.S. Navy Photographs. privileges aboard station; 11 College CoursesRegistration
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone were assigend to an eight- CapsSix
extensions 8164, 656, 272, or 8161. hour course in remedial driv- for night courses
new American Red Cross
ing instructions; 29 were sus- from! St. John's River Junior Col-
Are You In The Know? Staff Aides were capped
pended; two were given warn- lege at Palatka started Tuesday and
ings; four were dismissed and night and will continue tonight, yearly awards were presented at

three were referred to com- Saturday and Monday.REGISTRATION a coffee held on January 11 in
Wage Survey Brings manding officers for possible DATES have the Quarters of Mrs. J. R. Comp-

disciplinary action.MORALITY ton, On Post Chairman of Volun
been set for Jan. 17, 21, and 23.
IN MOTORINGFor teers. Mrs. S. Carlisi and Mrs.
Doubt From EmployeesEditors the next few moments Any person desiring to register R. D. Kaulback were cohostessesfor

let's give some thought to must travel to Palatka to do so. the coffee. Among those pre
( Note This is the this important question: Does However, the courses will be offered sent for the capping were Mrs.
final article of a series which will ployee and employee groups also getting behind the wheel of at Clay County High School, E. H. Oliver, Duval County
help employees understand the have the opportunity to suggest an automobile in any way re- Green Cove Springs or Orange Chairman of Volunteers, and
full-scale area wage survey pro- additions or deletions to the list. lease a person from the moral Park High School, Orange Park, Mrs. R. S. Scott, Jr. Staff Aide
Question: If my rating is not Fla. Registration will be from
cedures.) responsibility he is expectedto Vice Chairman.The .
surveyed, how is my rate of pay 1800 to 2100 each registration
Common questions about wage face in other phases of dai- I
surveys are: set? ly living? For most of us the night. new Staff Aides are Mrs.
Answer: Your pay is set from would be Elizabeth Boniface, Mrs. Fee
Question: Are incentive and answer a simple, Courses offered include Eng-
piece work rates collected? data on national trends in pri- "No, of course not." But whatis lish Literature 1, on Wednesdays Cancer, Mrs. Helen Doran, Mrs.
vate industry and on the basisof Betty Lane, Mrs. Emma Taylor
Answer: Yes, provided that our impression of a traffic and Physical Science 2
base guaranteed rates are also alignment with other ratingsof law violator? Someone, say, and Florida Heritage Mondays at and Mrs. Margaret Whitmore.

available and average hourly equivalent skill and complexity. who drives at 75 miles an Green Cove Springs and Fresh ,, Staff Aides at the Naval Air
earnings can be accurately deter- hour instead of a legal 55? man English 1 and Federal Go- Station work in the office of the
mined. Question: If my rating was Isn't it strange how we ap- vernment Tuesday and Logic Field Director and at the Naval
Question: Are bonuses paid by surveyed, will I get the actual plaud law enforcement agen- Thursdays at Orange Park. Hospital. Anyone interested in
private firms used in computingrates rate found in this area? cies in their efforts againstthe becoming a Staff Aide, or any
? Answer: Not necessarily. Navy criminal element, yet so Cost is $5 registration plus $6 new transfers to this area, may
Answer: Yes, provided they pay is based on overall survey often with the traffic violator? per semester hour for each course. call the Field Director's officeon

are regularly paid per agreementand results. For example, survey results WE POSSIBLY CONSIDERsuch the station Extension 552.
constitute part of regular may show that local rates a person careless or even "Mama, asked the little girl,
compensation. for a particular job have not in- downright reckless in his "Do all fairy tales begin with Sign posted on Highway:

Question: Are supervisory pay creased. If, however, the overall driving habits, but seldom do 'Once upon a time'?" Thirty days hath September,

rates surveyed? results show a general increase, we look on his speeding as "No, dear," said mama. "Some- April, June and November, and
Answer: No, since supervisoryrates the general increase will be reflected morally wrong. We must all times they begin with "Honey, I so does anyone who exceeds the
such as for Leadingman, in higher rates for all remember that our moral responsibility was delayed at the office'." speed limit.
Quarterman and Chief Quarterman Navy jobs. does not vanish
are set on a fixed percentage when we get behind the
The submarine
differential above ratings Polaris-firing wheel. That responsibility increases -
supervised. Henry Clay (SSBN-625) was if anything becausethe

Question: Does the local com- launched recently at the New- automobile projects our

mittee recommend the new wage port News Shipbuilding and Dry- personal actions farther and
scale? faster than other inventionof
dock Company, Newport News,
Answer: No. The committee man.
Va. She is 425 feet long and hasa
sends the factual data found to Acceptance of this responsi-
Washington. It may, however, 27-foot, 9-inch beam. bility is necessary. We are in-
make any desired recommendations. deed, "our brother's keeper."

Question. : What happens to the SNAFU I" Divine Services

wage data in Washington? .; .' PROTESTANT
Answer: Navy wage specialistsdo ; '>'it" 0830-Holy Communion, All

the final editing and compu- :I!;::: Saints' Chapel1030Naval i/IL/
tation of data which is reviewedby '' Hospital Chapel
a Navy ,Wage Committee con- 0930-Service of Divine Wor-

sistin of two OIR representatives, n ship, All Saints' Chapel
two Labor representatives and 1100-Service of Divine Wor-
one Bureau representative. ship, All Saints' Chapel
Question: Are all Navy oc- CATHOLICSunday
cupations included in survey? 4s.

Answer: No, as data on all 0630-Naval Hospital Chapel
occupations are not necessary to 0900 & 1200-St. Edwards
issue an equitable pay schedule Chapel.
due to Navy's method of align- Weekdays

ment of ,occupations based on Monday Through Friday
relative difficulty, knowledges 0630-St. Edwards Chapel
required and skill. 1615-King Hall. Daily except
Question: Who determines Thursday
which occupations will be sur- Saturday

veyed? HOLLAND \tXJAKWZE ME.1vu\/E/ 0800 St. Edwards 1
Answer: OK furnishes a basic BEEN HERB ONLY THREE WEEKS 0900-King Hall
list which may be added to by ty ALREAD/ VOL-)!?? TWO'MOMS Confessions are heard from
the local survey committee. Em- BEHIND IN YOUR MDRK/ 1900-2000 and before Masses. "I r'nth2L !of I drive bett.r with a few drinks
most men soberr ."




!I II 17 January 1963 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

: 1X' Patrons May '.
J1T1.papjgj Lange
Use Gas Credit ,

Cards At Station Takes Dec.

H !

venience As an added for authorized service and patrons con-, jf I Top HonorsA

the Navy Exchange has been
authorized to establish gasoline
credit card sales. This new ser- class assigned to the Military

vice will commence about Feb- Personnel Division of the NAS

ruary 1ONLY Administration Departmenthas
been accorded honors as
THE CREDIT CARD of the December 'Serviceman of

the current Navy Exchange gas- the Month"

oline supplier, Gulf Oil
ation, will be honored for credit
who is the supervisor of the Re-

purchases. The following merch- : W enlistment and Separation Sectionof
andise and services sold by the I MPO.

Navy Exchange Service Station
Lange was presented a $50
may be purchased on credit: gas-
check by Captain James R.
oline, motor oil, anti-freeze, all Compton -
NAS Commanding Officerat
automotive accessories except
batteries lubrication service DECEMBER SERVICEMAN Robert J. Lange. PN2 of ceremonies held last Friday.
NAS Military Personnel Office receives a $50 check from Capt. He also received an all day-ex-
tire 62 Income Tax
repair service. James R. Compton NAS Commanding Officer while his division pense free tour of St. Augustine,
officer Ltjg( ) Clara D. Parsons looks awarded
The following may not be on. Lange was of the
pur- the check for his outstanding work In the Separations Sectionof courtesy USO.
chased on credit: batteries, tire MPO. Payable
The bluejacket was cited for
recapping service and labor

repairs charges or incurred parts installation in mechanical(mo- NATTU Commends Marine In Saving BondsIncome his his work job leadership during and in the particular and Cuban devotion crisis.for his to

tor tune-up or tail pipe installa- taxpayers who are ex-

tion, wheel balancing, etc.). Sgt. Dental TechnicianCommendations pecting refunds from the Internal BECAUSE OF THE cancella-
Revenue Service may now electto tions of involuntary extensions
sently have a Gulf Oil Corp. pre-cre- were in order to start off the New Yearat take their refunds in the formof during the Crisis the number of

dit card may obtain application the Naval Air Technical Training Unit, as a Marine serge- Series E Savings Bonds. personnel scheduled for Decem-

forms at the Navy Exchange Ser- 'ant was named "Serviceman of the Month" January, 3 and a WHEN THE TAXPAYER signifies ber discharge totaled nearly 250.
vice Station. dental technician was commended for outstanding performance he wishes the E Bond re- Through Lange's effort these per-
i. turn he usually will get both sons were able to be discharged
Patrons purchasing oil or add- efficiency.He bond and check returns. Internal prior to Christmas.
Sgt. William J. Parker, attachedto
itives in the "Courtesy Service"area MAD clothing supply was cited was credited with many Revenue personnel will issue the Lange was also commended for

are requested to pay cash for his performance in handlinga times obtaining replacement parts smallest possible number of the his pleasant manner,' courteous

. for such purchases in order thatan clothing supply problem duringthe not readily available, and when highest denomination bonds and behavior and cheerful disposition.
additional credit ticket will send the check for
fabricating replace- taxpayer a
Cuban crisis when the Marine necessary
not have to be prepared for this any balance of a dollar or more.
a Aviation Detachment was called ments. "
purpose, stated a Navy Exchange 0" Club
f upon to provide clothing sup- Taxpayers have been asking Events
r port to Marines in operating for- Confused About about the possibility of the bond
Friday January 18
ces in the Mayport area. type of return for a number of

Navy Relief Plans Sgt. Parker devoted much of Discharge? years.the Treasury It was made Department possible installed when- I Luncheon Happy Hour 1115-1345.1530-2100.

his off-duty time to obtaining
Read OnIn new high-speed data process- Dinner 1800-2130.
emergency supplies of clothing
0" Wives CourseThe ing equipment to handle the 1962
O.W.G.A. Coffee Walnut
during the crisis, selling from order to obtain educational tax returns. room

Navy Relief Training trucks and buses as long as there benefits under the Korea GI Bill TAX FORMS 1040 (long) and 1000.

Course will be held in Building was a need. This resulted in his it is necessary for a veteran to 1040A (short) have been changedto Dancing In Dining Room with ,
501, Room 201 in the Naval Air being named "Serviceman of theMonth" know what type of a dischargehe provide an extra space in Charlie Jay 2000-2430.
Technical Training Unit area it for November 1962.R. .
posses. which taxpayers may elect Sav- Saturday. January 19
was announced this week. The A. Peterson, DT1, was lauded THERE ARE TWO TYPES of ings Bonds for their refunds. Luncheon 1115-1345.

course will be four weeks. It by the Commanding Officer of discharges for this purpose The Treasury Department feels Happy Hour 1530-1800.

will begin on Monday, February the USS Roosevelt, for repair the "conditional" and the "un- that both the Government and Dinner

4 and continue through Friday, work he did on detal equipmentthere. conditional", the citizen will profit by utilizingthis 1800-2130.

March 1. Classes will be from Noting that no qualified An example of a "conditional" new service. Dancing in Dining Room with

0900 to 1200, Monday through repairman was available aboard discharges is one where the man Johnny Jelinek 2030-0030.

Thursday.Miss the carrier, the commendation is separated early in order to re- ATED "unconditionally" must be- Sunday January 20
their GI education train-
Francina Stonesifer, Navy credited Petersen with enablingthe enlist; his seperation is "conditional" or Brunch 1115-1345.
within three of
Relief Field Representative will Roosevelt's Dental Depart- ing years separa-
on the fact that he is re-
instruct officer's wives in the ment to work at almost 100% enlisting.An tion. Men who are separated"conditionally" Family Buffet 1800-200..
and then reenlistcan
basic office and interviewing t tSojourners Monday
"unconditional" discharge is still be eligible for GI educa- January 21
procedures used in Navy Relief Install one where the man has com- tion benefits when released to Luncheon 1115-1345.
Offices during the course. pleted his full enlistment and is
the Fleet Reserve.All Happy Hour 1530-1800.
Free nursery care will be pro- separated with no obligation to GI education and training
Reception VP-18, Walnut Room
vided for children whose mothersare 1963 OfficersThe
reenlist, even though he does so. must terminate by January 31, 1130-1300.
enrolled in the course.
THOSE WHO ARE SEPAR- 1965 it was reported.
Further information may be 1963 officers of Northeast Dinner 1800-2100.

obtained by calling Mrs. Kirk Florida Chapter 435, National Game Night 2030.

Horton, Chairman, Volunteer Women Sojourners were installed at a
at Extensions 8150/737. dinner meeting held last weekin Tuesday January 22

the Officer's Club. Luncheon 1115-1345.
A guest speaker was address-
ing the student body. Jesse V. Westerman, president; Happy 1530-1800.

"You men are the cream of Lt. Col. J. W. Wetzel, Lt. J. E. Dinner 18002100.

youth." Cundy and Capt. Don Horseman, Wednesday January 23
A coed in the back of the hall vice presidents; Lt. Cdr. HomerC. Luncheon 1115-1345.
raised a dissident voice: "Lord Eckles
help the skimmed milk." Capt. Roy Wooten, commanderof nut Medical Room.Wives Luncheon, Wal-

the Heroes of '76; Lt. R. B.
MDBS Notice Roberts, chief of staff; and CWOJ. Saratoga Wives Luncheon Wal-

Employees Mutual Death M. Thomas, trustee. nut Room 1200.

Benefit Society Notice 202 and The officers were installed by Happy Hour 1530-1800.

203 is issued to advise mem- Maj. Gen. John J. Rice, past Dinner 1800-2100.

bers of the death of two of national president. He was assisted -
Thursday January 24
its members.As by Col. Dallas Knoll and
a result of payments by Capt. George Gjoerloff. Luncheon 1115-1345.

the Society, members will Sojourners is a national organ- Happy Hour 1530-1800.

now be assessed $2.20 whichis ization of Masons who are, or VA-40 Wives Luncheon Wal-

now due and payable. The have been, commissioned officersof nut Room 1200.

ten day notice of assessment the U.S. armed forces. i1: Dinner 18002100.The .

began on Jan. 9. Meetings of the Northeast NEW OFFICIALS Outgoing president CWO J. M. Thomas present renovations of the
Members are reminded that Florida Chapter are held aboard (L) presents gavel to new president Captain Jesse V. Weslerman Club main Dining Room are ex-
cash payments will not be NAS Senior Dental Officer (R) at Sojouners dinner meeting
accepted. the station on the first Wednes- held last week in the Officer' Club. Other officers for 1963 pected to be completed by Fri-
day of each month at 1830. were also Installed at the meeting. day, January 18.



Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS 17 January 1963

Fliers Show High Potential

i Against Bermuda CagersJax i

Navy's Fliers reluctantly bowed to Bermuda's VP-45 cagers last Friday nightat
the mainside gym by a one-goal margin-62 to 60. The visitors' victory didn't come easy,
however, as the Fliers literally flew into their opponents early in the contest and held an
undisputed lead up until the late minutes of the third quarter.

r Flier coach, O. G. Richersonof With two minutes remaining suiting in VP-45's center, six-
VA-176, said he was excep- tn the game, the score once foot-six Fred Nelson, being
tionally pleased with his team's again was tied, 57 to 57. Bermuda fouled. His free throw was good,
performance especially that of followed this wit two quick leaving the Fliers only eight
Lee Somers who tipped in 15 field goals while the Fliers drop-

.. points during the first half ped in three points, making the
THE BERMUDA SQUAD tied score 61 to 60.
i1K up the Fliers 45 to 45 just before I In an effort to gain possession
the beginning of the fourth quar I of the ball with only 32 seconds
ter. After that it was a see-saw : left to play ,the Jax players
battle for the lead position. I switched to a fullcourt press re'NEWS -


af Flier Coach O. G. Richerson

\ seconds in which to at least tie
up the score. Three uneventfully
attempts were made by the home
>' Jax Fighters In team in those closing seconds,
and Jax '
Navy tasted its first 63
UP FOR TWO Is Lee Somers ((23)) of Jax Navy's Fliers, top hard-court .loss. .
scorer of the evening with 24 points when NAS hosted VP-45 SLant Regional BoutsMcClain comers: from Admin- standing
from Bermuda last Friday. The visitors slipped past the home six-three
was high for
squad and carried home the bacon in a 62.60 wrapper. Other scorer the
Fliers watching action are (L) Dave Hammond ((12)), Tom War. Six Navy Jax Fighters enteredthe 23, was uncontestedat night with, 24 points. Teammate
ner ((13)), and Joe Thomas ((24)). Four home games are slatted for ring under the lights at NAS the district bouts and is rep- Dave Hammond of Supply had
next week.Cage. Oceana, Va., yesterday seeking resenting Jacksonville Navy in four field goals and hit three
titles in the South Atlantic Re- the 147 pound division as a welterweight from the foul line.
Thriller Ends gional Boxing Tournament and Potentially, Jax Navy has the
billings for the 1963 All-Navy FIGHTING IN THE 156 pound makings of a good squad, and
Championships.THEY light middleweight class is 23 after a few more games under the
With Supply Atop ARE from VAP-62 year old Miller who gained a belt should be a match for any
Bob Guyer, Joe Cannon and Jim decision over NAS Cecil Field's Sixth Naval District contender.
Station fans saw one of the closest cage thrillers of the McClain; from NATTU-Jim Mil- Jim Johnson in their district Lossing to a seasoned team like
first round of Intramural action last Monday when unde- ler; from VA-35-Charles Hall; clash. Johnson journeyed with Bermuda by only one field goal
feated Supply downed Admin 47 to 44 at the Mainside gym. and from NAS Cecil Field-Clay, the team as its trainer, giving can be checked off as "experi
The win for Supply gave them the American League crown ton Vaughan. Jax coach Ray Paquette a handat ence" but can hardly be consid-
for the first round of IM hard court play. VA-44 won the Twenty-year-old Guyer won his ringside.The ered a defeat.

National. .League<< _title. last week when they won their last bid to Oceana last Thursday, de- 178 pound (or over) heavy The Fliers travel to Moody
game with NAKTU :53 to 16. with.two new entries VP-18 and feating Cannon in the lightweight weighter is Hall,. 20, who also AFB on Friday and Saturday.
IT APPEARED THAT the Ad- VA-176 while VU-10, MARTD and division of the Sixth Na- was uncontested during last They return for four home
min team might win as they ComOffMess have dropped out val District Tournament held week's fights, and is, incidentally, games next week, meeting the
# took a five point lead in the first of the hard court contest. here at NAS Jax. However, Can- making his debut at Oceana. Marine Corps Supply Center
quarter, and had a halftime tal- non, also 20 years old, ventured to Lightest man on the team is from Albany, Ga. Tuesday and
ley of 28 to 20. the regionals and is fighting in Vaughan fighting in the 125 Wednesday at 2000, and host
In the third quarter the Sup- the 139 pound class. pound division. Moody's squad Friday and Satur-
plymen came to life, however, day at 1930.FIRST .
and went out in front by one
point at the end of the quarter,
36 to 35. Admin returned earlyin 'j'-:: 63 JAX

the fourth period, leaping : :
ahead by two points but lost GOLF TOURNEY
this lead when Supply tipped in .
three quick field goals in the : f"\l\ BEGINS JAN. 28

final seconds to win the game The first golf tournament of
47 to 44.Dave .
1963 to be
: sponsored by NAS
Hammond, a Jax Navy \ f j
i4Aj Jax will begin January
star for Supply took high point .i ::1-"l b. $ the Station's golf course. Titled at

honors in the game sinking 11 Jrl the Station Military Championship
points from the foul line and .7 &. the -
tourney is open to all
five< field goals giving him 21 t active
for high the for night.the Adminers Lee Somers with was 13 1 ;Ls/: <,; rk It will be conducted military( personnel.under no

points including six field goals JAX BOXERS VAP-62' Bob Guyer (upper left photo) handicap-match play procedures
charges with right which won over squadronmate Joe Cannon in flights of, 16.
and free throw.
one during 6ND fights here last week. Receiving 156 Ibs. district The first match will begin Jan-
Following is the way the teams trophy from W. R. Filch. Special Services Officer (photo left) uary 28 through
ended the first round of the In- is Jim Miller of NATTU. Team members (above L to R) Clay February 9;
tramural Basketball season in ton Vaughn. Bob Guyer Jim Johnson. John Reid, Jim McClain. second match from February 10-
both the American and National Joe Cannon. Charles Hall and coach Ray Paquette. 16; third match from February
Leagues: 17-23; and the finals from Feb
ruary 24 through March 3. All
NATIONAL LEAGUE NAS Jax Hosts Atlantic Fleet interested personnel can obtain
Teams Wins Lens

VA-44 FAETU tied 5 6 '2 1 All Navy Rifle Pistol MatchesIt entry Station information golf pro Joe by MacDonaldat contacting

VP-30 tied 5 2 the NAS Golf Shack. (See
A/C Maint tied 5 2 was announced earlier this Department. Both the pistol ture to Blanding's range. That's schedule of tournaments on Page
DispensaryNARTU tied tied 3 3 4 4 week that NAS Jacksonville will range located here and the rifle the day the hunting season closes. 5.)
Hospital 1 6 be the 1963 host for the Atlantic range at Camp Blanding, Fla., Plans there are to re-sod muchof .
Boat Branch 0 7tones Fleet and All-Navy Rifle and will be ready for the All-Station the firing positions, as well as NAS Jacksonville will host a
AMERICAN LEAGUE Pistol Championships.The and intra-type command elimi- general maintenance on the tar- varsity golf team during the 1963
Teams Wins matches are scheduled to nations and tryouts the first get butts. seasons. Persons interested in
Supply 8 0 begin the first week in June for week in May.Ordnance Several other departments will trying out for the team are askedto
VP-7 7 1
Admin 6 2 the Fleet shooters, followed by crews went to work be involved in preparation of the get in touch with Joe Mac-
VAP-42 5 3 the gathering of the top Navy this week on vamping the firing Fleet and AINav shooters, pri- Donald. Scheduled varsity play
AF679th 4.4 Department marksmen in the points at the pistol range-in- marily those pertaining to bar- finds the team going against the
3 5
ComOffMess MARTD 2 6 third week of June. cluding general cleanup and racks, chow halls and yeoman University of Florida January
maintenance of the grounds and 25 at the NAS Golf Course, fol-
VU-10 1 7 Preparations have already begun duties in writing up orders. But'
Marines .. 0 8 here in the Station, accord- target frames. it should all be worth it to see lowed by a return match on Feb-
8 at Gainesville.
The second round of cage playis ing to small arms instructor Vir- Saturday will be the earliestthe some of the world's finest sharp- ruary
scheduled to begin January 21 'gil Placidi of the NAS Ordnance crews will be able to ven- shooters in action. MORE SPORTS ON PAGE 5


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17 January' 1963 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5

Overhaul & Repair Dept.

To Service New SeaspriteThe

Naval Air Station Overhaul and Repair Department

expects to conduct the Progressive Aircraft Rework on the

Navy's newest high speed, all-weather UH-2A Seasprite

r : I utility and rescue helicopter, after fleet indoctrinaton is
completed it was revealed this week. O&R is the prime

rework activity for helicopters on the East Coast.

The first of these advanced -

turbine powered aircraft was received -
Naval Aviation
.'. .,....... ... December 18, 1962, by
: :.;,.:;#.J..,: .:;'.. .M ,, H.W,' Helicopter Utility Squadron 2 at
KAMAN Aircraft Corporation of Museum Now

Bloomfield, Connecticut. The UH-

2A Seasprite adds the dimensionsof At PensacolaA

speed and all weather opera-
Naval Aviation Museum has
bility to the vital fleet missionsfor
rc been established by the Navy at
which HU-2 is responsible.This .
Pensacola, Florida.
helicopter squadron is
:, charged with the job of providingfleet THE MUSEUM is located in

units with plane guard and existing facilities at the Pensa-

search and rescue helicopter cola Naval Air Station, naval

operations.The aviation's first permanent home,
and is under the military command -
Seasprite is being pur- of the Chief of Naval Air
chased by the Navy to replace
Basic Training (CNABATRA).
4 existing piston engine powered
utility helicopters with a high The mission of the Museum isand

speed, all-weather aircraft capable to select, collect, preserve
_: ..m l& ,: of operating with the modern display representative appropriate of the memorabilia development -

NAVY'S NEWEST HELICOPTER Is the new high speed, all weather UH-2A Seasprite ujil- fleet.With growth and historic her-
Ity and rescue 'copter. The UH-2A will be able to take off from a moving ship at sea under any its extensive electronic
weather conditions. It can navigate independently to its target, and also pick up as many as 14 navigation gear, the Seasprite is itage of Naval aviation. The Mu-
survivors and then return to its Mother ship. seum will serve to promote the
capable of operation at night
traditions of the naval service

Two Programs Lead To NWC To Sell in navigate any weather independently or flight condition to its tar-, and and Marine naval aviation aviation for cadets the ,Navy avi-

I get, pick up as many as 14 sur-
ation officer candidates and jun-
vivors from the water and then I
Commissions For EnlistedsThere Fla. LicensesFlorida return to its mother ship. ior officers undergoing flight
training at Pensacola. It will also
is critical need for License Plates will THE SEASPRITE WILL' BE serve as an educational exhibitfor
mature, capable junior officersto 25 years of age on July 1, of the be on sale at Bldg 40, (next ABLE to perform the Navy's dif- the general public interestedin
year in which application is made, to the Bank from
work within designatedfields ) January ficult all-weather utility and res- aviation.
in the naval organization with three years continuous active 14 until February 19, Monday cue mission at distances greater STOCKING OF THE MUSEUMwill

reports the CI&E Center. naval service. (Exceptionallywell through Friday, 0800 to 1600. than 300 miles. Depending on the be from voluntary contribu-

The Navy offers two programs qualified women applicantsmay Tags will be sold by volun- specific mission, cruising speedsin tions of items from active and
be wavied to 30 ) All
leading to a commission for years. teers from Navy Wives Club. excess of 135 knots with dash retired personnel throughout the
appointments made by the
enlisted men-the Limited are speeds up to 145 knots can be Naval establishment. Naval dis-
President from enlisted status to
Duty Officer and the Inte- obtained by the helicopter.A tricts and commands are cur-
the grade of Ensign in the Line, Spring KeglersTo
gration. rently being canvassed for assist-
single rotor
Supply, and Civil Engineer Corpsof helicopter, the
CAREER PERSONNEL IN pay the Regular Navy. Seasprite is powered by a General ance in locating appropriateitems
grades E-6 and above with at Start ActionAll Electric T-58-8 turbine for the Museum.
gas en- .
least eight years service may be Both programs offer tremen- gine developing 1,250 horsepower. The Chief of Naval Air Basic '
dous opportunity to thoughtfulcareer entries and rosters for the
considered for the LDO Program. The rotor system employs the Training has designated one offi-
This program enables the senior and career-minded per- 1963 season of Intramural Bowl- unique Kaman-developed cer and two enlisted men on a
sonnel to serve their country in ing must be turned in to the servo
petty officer to continue to workin flap control, a small aileron type collateral duty basis to staff the
positions of increased responsibility Athletic Director's office locatedin
his career field while it of- flap located on the trailing edgeof Museum. A permanent curator
fers him the increased responsi- of additional potential grow- the Mainside gym by Jan- the rotor blades. The kaman will be provided by CNABATRAby

bility and respect of a naval of- th, and greater rewards. To find uary 25.THIS. control system has been recog- reprogramming billets currently

ficer. Successful applicants are out if you are eligible for eitheror YEAR'S KEGLER playis nized for its inherent stability assigned to him.

appointed to the rank of Ensignor both of these programs, check expected to start on February characteristics which in turn en-

Lieutenant (junior grade) from with the CI&E Office, Bldg. 955. 4 with 52 teams representingthree hances the helicopter's all-wea- FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION

this program. leagues, the American, ther operating capability.

The Intergration program is VAP-62 Honors National and the Continental. --

the basic SeamantoAdmiralprogram The country recruit had just
his first obstacle in The regular meeting of Branch
in the Navy. Applicantsmust course
10 Bluejackels Keglers interested in becomingJax 26 FRA, will be held at the
be at least 19 and not over Varsity Bowlers and the Marines.
Navy branch meeting Hall, Yukon,
-.-. Commendatory Mast was held who maintain averages of 175 "Well, Zeke," the Drill Instructor Fla., at 2000 today, Thursday,
by Commander R. F. Roemer, or better may now try out for
: said, "what do you think of January 17.
.Classified Commanding Officer of VAP62on the team.
the Marines ?" All members are urged to attend -
Tuesday January 8 for ten now
7 :. .. ... ,!' Tryouts are being held dailyat and bring eligible guestsso
under his command. "Shucks Suh it's nothing
men the Mainside bowling alley really
FOR RENT that they might learn at first
Venetia Terrace Unfurn. 2 bdrm. RECEIVING GOOD CONDUCT from 1100-1300, Monday through ," he answered. "Whar I come hand the advantages and benefits

home; $75 per mo.; EV 8-8269. AWARDS were Emmett B. Crain, Friday. Interested personnel may from, we go through country like offered them as members of the

Sydney PI. Furn. 5 rm. bung., $65 PH2, Daniel Schneider, ATS, and contact Steve. Dudra. on Ext. 8374 that jest to get to the barn." Fleet Reserve Association.NASJacksonville.
per mo.; EV 9-6965. Jasper C. Dunn, A T2. 'or at the Mainside- -bowling-- alley,
Hamilton St. Unfurn. 2 bdrm. house,
$65 Designations as Aircrewmanwent I Ext. 8675. r-----------i
per mo.; EV 84956.
Lake Shore Unfurn. 2 bdrm. house, to four men who recently THE VARSITY TEAM'S first
$60 per mo.; EV 9-8367. completed the VAP-62 training
3333 Post St. Unfurn. 2 bdrm. apt., syllabus in the RA-3B "Skywar- match this year is scheduled at \ \I II

$65.50 per mo. Mrs. D. Decueri. Charleston, S.C., where it will
rior" They are Hargreave,
110th St. 5 room house, $55 per
mo.; SP 13956. ADC, Charles Keefe, ADC, The- test its kegling prowess at the I Golf Tournament II \

FOR SALE odore Faulkner, AM2, and Tom second Annual Atlantic Seaboard
Middleburg 2 houses for sale; BU Fountain A T2.
25295. my Armed Forces Handicap Cham- I I II II

House 3 bdrm. 2 bath house; CH "Plane Captain of the Month" pionships at the Beacon Bowling
63880. awards were presented to Tho- Schedule for 1963 \I II
Housetrailer 2 bdrm., 1 bath, full mas O. Munson, AD3, for the Lanes, January 26-27. I
price $1750; NAS Ext. 8427 Lewis. -- --
Ortega Hills 3 bdrm., I 11 baths; EV month of November and Wilfred Dates
96967. Haines, AD3, for the month of J :Rhyme )f the Times | I Tournament I
Cedar Hills 3 brm, hwf, kit eqptIf December, for their outstanding Station Military Championship January 28-March 3
desired. Imm occupancy, no eqity. plane captains. HUMPRU 1CHORES' /': March 16-17
performances as
pmts $72.50 mo. 4102 Angol Place. Ph. / V- .p'J.. I Spring Cup I
of their
SP 17316. The superior quality Junior Tournament August 15-16
Aiusrppr I.BE ;
THIS N' THAT work made it possible for their xi :: 4
PONE iifuYl.t.. ... <... }, Junior Tournament August 2022September I
Lost Pair of boys glasses around assigned aircraft to be materially .:. i:'' I
Mainside Theatre; Chief Bostfic Ext 210. ready for all scheduled flights, it BEFORE A Junior Senior Tournament 8
Ride wanted to and from NAS, 0730- BATTLEWONI September 28-29
said. Fall Cup
was I
1600; Ext 421 or RA 50031. I
YN3 of Great Lakes, Illinois, will exchange Selected as "Sailor of the fa? NAS Jax 23rd Annual Tournament October 11-13

duty with YN3 of NAS; Max A. Month" for December was CharlesB. l ... .AFPS I Club Championship i i October 26-November 3j
Montgomery, ET School, Admin Office, Ludwig, AD3. Lolf:. .
SSC, USNTC Great Lakes, Illinois.

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Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 17 January 1963


r '' II New Management Analysis

jj9p Office Is In OperationThe

[ p : new year finds the Naval Air Station operating for the first time under a formal -

management improvement program to be oordinated and administered by the newly

IL. established Management Analysis Office, located in the Main Administration Building.

Jl .
T. I Objective of the management assigned the responsibility for have included duty in WWII on

improvement program is "to pro- the program. The office will ren- ComAirPac Staff, C6mAirPac

i 3 I mote better use of men, money der advisory and consultant ser- Forward Area Staff, ComFair Alameda *

I and materials through an organi-! vices at the staff level and will ComFair West Coast,

; y i Y1i zation," it was said. report directly to the commandingofficer NTC Great Lakes, NAS Olathe

I aaci' Yz.6 THE ESTABLISHMENT OF and executive officer on and NAS Atlanta. During the

; the new program is in accordancewith all phases. Korean conflict included FasRon

Public Law 429, which requires Boyd Dixon, who heads the 10, Carrier Air Group 102, Car-

L* that each department of new office as the Management rier Air Group 12 and the Bureauof

Ka aa the Government make systematic Analysis Officer, has his head- Aeronautics Office at East

reviews of operations of each of quarters in room. 141 of Building Hartford. Dixon's most recent as-

its activities, function, organiza- 1. "As we attempt to put this signment occured last June with

f tional units, on a continuing basis. program into operation here at his recall to active duty to serve

.... Based upon this law, the Secre- NAS, it is emphasied that man- in the office of the Secretary of

:, ., / / / ...h't: : /, 1 tary of the Navy and the Bureauof agement improvement is an inherent the Navy as a member of a team

l" / / ..( z ..r': Naval Weapons have issued responsibility of all levelsof established to review the organ-

.- 1 ':\ ..''" various instructions directing op- Management," Dixon pointed ization and management proce-
: ,
') '< "" .. .. timum utilization of modern out. "In order to carry out re- dures of the entire Navy.

OPEN FOR BUSINESS Heading the newly established management techniques and sponsibilities in an objective Civilian assignments have included -
Management Analysis Office of NAS Jax is Boyd "Buck" Dixon practices in naval activities. manner, action for management the Overhaul and Repairat
(right) who confers with member of his staff Cecil Acree (left) Captain James R. Compton, improvement must emanate from Alameda, Calif.; the Office of
and Grace Jarvis. The new office is designed to improve the
all and the of the and
managers supervisors.This Secretary Navy;
effectiveness and efficiency with which the Station carries out Commanding Officer, in announ-
its missions through utilization of modern business techniques.The cing the establishment of the can be done by vigorously the Naval Missile Center and
management Improvement program will lend direct assistance program asserted that "the scope evaluating present methods and Pacific Missile Range at Point

to the commanding officer across the entire managementfront and magnitude of operations at procedures, manpower utiliation, Mugu, Calif.
including general management, manpower, training, production staff, use of funds and similar
this station dictates the establish-
facilities, maintenance and other facets. "
ment of an office to render staff facets, Dixon added. MoviesMovies

assistance to the commanding of- Dixon comes to Jacksonvillefrom

Liberty Bell Is A Star ficer in developing and imple- the Pacific Missile Rangeat will be shown regularly -

menting an integrated Manage- Point Mugu, Calif., where he at 1900 on Monday through

At ment Improvement Program. It was deputy management engineerfor Saturday; at 1400 and 1900 on
HallThe is this end the entire He
Independence to that the Manage- range. bringsto Sunday, at the Mainside and
Office has been his assignment wide
ment Analysis new a NATTU Theaters and at 1900

number on the fire alarm box is, appropriately, established." background of Naval experience only on Sunday at the Hospital

1776, and this particular alarm rates an automatic four- THE MANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENT including over 20 years of ser- Theater. These times are subjectto
Program is further vice as an enlisted man, and of-
response from Philadelphia firemen. It would bring change
them streaking: to historic Independence Hall which houses defined as one of organized ef- ficer and as a civilian employeethat Thursday, January 17

among other national treasures, the great cracked Liberty fort to seek out and identify ranges from "boot" campto Mainside-Sad Sack.
Bell. I needs and opportunities for im- the Office of the Secreary of NATTUnit-Court Marshall.

THE BELL- -- RESTING UN- provement, and to make ap- the Navy. Hospital-Wonderful To The
i, With the Revolution underway HIS MILITARY
COVERED on the first floor of propriate changes to increase ef- assignments Young.
the Liberty Bell took its fectiveness, efficiency, or econ- --" -
the building, undoubtedly would Friday, January 18
be one of the first objects to be place in the new nation's his- omy of management. The Man- Blood DonorsFortyone Mainside-Return To Peyton
tory. In 1777 with the British
saved in the event of fire; its agement Analysis Office has been Place.
moving on Philadelphia, it was
pedestal is equipped with wheels I'taken down and whisked enlisted persons re- NATTUnit-Sad Sack.

for removal in an emergency.But Allentown for safekeeping awayto butit 40 Rates Open cently donated blood to the Naval Hospital-Court Marshall.
Saturday, January 19
even under normal condi- Hospital Blood Donor Center.
was returned the next to
year Mainside-Phantom Of The
tions the 2,080-pound colonial ring out the successive victories For TAR Billets Donating blood from Operations
relic presents problems for the i Department were: Jerry F. Cum- Opera.
by Washington's that finally
i troops -
National Park Service which A total of 40 rates are now con- mins, AC1; Blaine E. Davis, NATTUnit-Return To Peyton
brought an end to the war Place. x
maintains the Hall as part of at Yorktown. sidered open for recruiting to fill ABH3; Maria E. Diaz, SA; RobertG.
Independence National Historical TAR billets within the Naval Air O'Connor; AA; D. L. Rigo, Hospital-Sad Sack.

Park. This year engineers under- i But the bell's sonorous notes Reserve Training Command, ACAN; Jim M. Sandridge, AN; Sunday, January 20
I in the that followed did
took the delicate job of reinforc- years CNARESTRA announced recently Kenneth L. Shulte, ACAN; Mainside-Cimarron.
ing the bell's support framework. i not always mark happy occasions. Thomas W. Snider, FN; Charles NATTUnit-Phantom Of The
It tolled in for the
THE LIBERTY BELL which I mourning Open rales are: ET3, YN2, YN3, W.\ Turner, AC2; Ralph D. Walno, Opera.
deaths of and Jefferson
generations of Americans have i Washington PN2, PN3, SK3, CS3, JO1, J02, AA; and Byrd W. Wenman, AN. Hospital-Return To Peyton
Adams and other
touched affectionately is not the J03, DM3, CE3, CM2, CM3, ADJ2, Administration Department do- Place.
the Revolution. tradition
original bell ordered from By AD3, AT1, AT2, AT3, AX3, A03, nors were: Roger W. Coleman, Monday, January 21
it cracked in 1835 while
land in 1751 to hang in the Hall the death of Chief Justice tollingfor AQ1, AQ3, AQ2, AC3, AB3, AM3, YN2 and Karen S. Floden, YN3. Mainside-Days Of Wine And

which was then the PennsylvaniaState PR3, TD1, TD2, TD3, AK3, HM3, Donors from O&R Dept. were: Roses.
John Marshall.
House. That bell crackedin SD2, SD3, SN/SA, AN/AA, HN/ George O. Andrews, SA; Michael N A TTUn I Cimarron.
Today's visitors to Independence HA, and TN /TA. Bertolani, AOCS; James E. Hospital-Phantom Of The
its first test and had
to be re- Hall invariably touch that
cast by two Philadelphiansnamed The ADR2 AM2, A02, and Brown, SA; Jimmy E. Brown, Opera.
crack, and for this the
Pass and Stow. bell has stood uncovered reason since YN1 rates are considered open at FA; Anthony J. Campisi, SA; ,Tuesday, January 22
NAS New York in addition to the Jerry B. Miller, AA; Kenneth R. Mainside-Oceans 11.
They bungled the job, how- 1897, a beloved symbol of the
Snead A03 NATTUnit-Days Of Wine And
40 general openings throughoutthe ; Richard M. Thomas,
ever, putting in so much copper birth of rv nation. Roses.
command. AA; Onni M. Sironen, A03; and
that the. second bell had a brassy Hospital Cimarron.
tone. A"third (Continued from Page 1)) CNARESTRA also announcedthat Fred B. Stieg, SN. -
one was cast and
finally raised into the steeple in Quick Thinkingan personnel in a rating not allowed Those donating in Aircraft and Wednesday, January 23

1753 to proclaim public events in the command will be Maintenance Department were: Mainside-Lust For Life.
and approaching 70-car freight approved for active duty provided Robert L. Arment, AN; EdmondM. NATTUnit-Oceans 11.
announce legislative and
court sessions. I train. they agree to change to one Casquarelli, AMHAN; Park T. Hospital-Days Of Wine And
"WHEN WE HEARD THE of the listed rates within 18 Devane, AA; James H. Dotson, I Roses.

Historians think the Biblical ENGINEER put on his brakes we months after recall. to active AMS2; Albert G. Ervach, AMH3;
injunction around the crown of were afraid the freight might be duty. James E. Heinzman, ANAMS; Navy LeagueContinued

the bell-"Proclaim liberty i derailed so we jumped into an Additional information on the Junie E. Hines, J R1; A. R. Ho- ( from Page 1))
throughout all the land, into all eight-foot canal the side of AN
on TAR program may be obtained at garth, ; Arthur B. Johnson, it was pointed out.
the inhabitants thereof"probably the right of way and got a good the NARTU Jax recruiting office. AA; Michael i 1 D. Jones, AA; THEY SHOULD BE FULLY

referred to William Penn's soaking on that chilly afternoon", Thomas J. Keane, AA; Charles L. substantiated and forwarded direct -

Charter of Privileges. But it was William Sims recalls. accident by their timely actions. Metz, AMH3; Ronald A. Peck, to the Board of Awards, Navy

highly apt to a bell that would The freight stopped a coupleof The Sims brothers also receiveda AA; Dennis D. Pierson, AA; Wil- Mills Building, Washington, 6
peal, defiance of British taxes and hundred feet before reachingthe letter of congratulations from liam E. Powell, AA; A. F. Van-

hail the Boston Tea Party and pulpwood truck but all con- the Mayor of Savannah, Malcolm dyke, ADJ1; James W. Willis, D.C.The nominations must be received -

the signing of the Delaration of cerned expressed the belief that Maclean, for their quick think- AMSl;and Christopher B. Woods, prior to March 1 in orderto

Independence. the Simses prevented a serious ing and_ fast action. AN. be considered, it was affirmed.