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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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December 17, 1959


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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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Special divine services will
,jbe held at All Saints, St. Ed- ..
wards and St Luke's Chapels
during the. Christmas holiday
season in accordance with Vol. 17 No. 41 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 17 December 1959

long tradition. '.'..--_.'. ...n.--- ,_. ...,..,,.-. ",..-...--...-.....--..--------..-..............
All Saints has scheduled a
number of services for Sunday. e ; :'f. w dd' A r YJ 1Y I II
Holy Communion begins at 0830,
under the direction of Chaplain
Edward Hammond, while worship ,
A 40. 9 J Ij
J' f d'
service follows at 0930, conductedby j 'rl
Chaplain Charles Beatty.
Chaplain A. D. Prickett will con-
duct the 1100 service. j

MORE THAN 100 people will
participate in liThe Christmas
Story," a pageant written and
directed by Mrs. Elizabeth I
Knight, at 1630. A 50-voice
Junior Choir will sing Christmas \
carols.A .

dinner meeting for Sunday
School teachers and their fami-
lies will follow in Building 722.
Members of chapel youth
groups will be Christmas carol-
ing at 1830. ,

A Christmas Eve candlelight
service is planned for Thursday,
Dec. 24f, Chaplain Beatty will be
in charge of a service of carols
and lights (with Holy Communion -
) at 2230.

ON THE TWO Sundays follow-
ing Christmas, Dec. 27 and Jan. 7
3, there will be services of Holy I \j : I II IJ
direction Communion of at Chaplain 0830 under Veryle the : rh1.

Henricksenj; service of worshipat
0930, conducted by Chaplain
Beatty, and 1100 service of wor-
ship, directed by Chaplain Ham

mond. w t'
The 0930 and 1100 services Jan. 1 4 / + ti JPJ
3 are to include Holy Com- ::
munion.St. ,
S '
Edwards Chapel announcesa '
day of fast and abstinence for r4/
all Catholics Wednesday, Dec. 23. 4 +b' Jc '. / aA
Confessions will be heard from I
1600 to 1800 and 1930 to 2100. J

CONFESSIONS will also be .
heard Christmas Eve, from 1600 ;
to 1800 and 1930 to 2100. Christ-
mas carols will be sung at 2345,
while Midnight Mass is scheduledfor
2400. I

Masses will be held at 0830,

1000 and 1130 on Christmas Day, __. '_ ...,w. _..._._.,..,___"'"._..... _"'_'...._", ..., .. '. __ ...-
and at 0830 and 1000 the follow-

ing Sunday. And the angel said to them; Fear not; for, behold, I bring you good tidingsof

Confessions 1900 and will 2030 be heard Thursday between -, great joy that shall be to all the people: For, this day is born to you a Saviour,

Dec. 31. Friday,Jan. 1 is a Holy who-is Christ the Lord in the city of David '
day of Obligation, the Feast of
the Circumcision. Masses will be And l it came to pass, after the angels departed from them into heaven, the

held at 0830, 1000 and 1130. shepherds said to one another; Let us go over to Bethlehem and let us see this '
St. Luke's Chapel at the Naval
Hospital has also announced word that is come to pass, which the Lord hath shewed to us. And they came

special Catholic services. Con- with haste; and they found Mary and Joseph, and the infant lying in the manger -
fessions will be heard at 1000
Christmas Day, followed by mass And seeing, they understood of the, Word that has been spoken to them

at 1030. Mass is also set for 0630 concerning this child. And all that heard wondered: and at those things that
Sunday, Dec. 27 and ,Friday,
Jan. 1. were, told them by the shepherds. (St. Luke, 2)). .

17 December 1959JfI

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-XDWSNAS Holiday By Reserve, Party CenterSome Held r W/I1m4fi5tiu !f .

800 members of NaVal : ,,, -
;: ; '
Jtcki.nvill. and Marine Corps Reserve Train, J 2f.U't [I''
.. / 1I '
Capt. James R. Reedy............................................................... Commanding Officer ing Center, 1453 Morse St., and < ,- For, '
Comdr. Robert Nelson ....................?.......... .....................................Executive Officer the USS Bronson (DD-668) join- "tJ /
NAB Six; Fleet Air JacksonvilleRear ed in a Christmas celebration n ,, Maimtde ,
Adm. Kenneth Craig ........................................................................ Commander ..: ,
Capt. Graytton H. Weber ......................................................Chief of Staff, Fairfax Saturday, Dec. 12. Attending were Mess Hall'
Capt. Nelson M. Head Chief of Staff, NAB Six wives, children and friends of the Chilled Shrimp Cocktail bream of Tomato Soup
Fleet Air Wing Eleven Reservists.The Crackers
Capt. Robert M. Milner ....................;.....................,....................._.......... CommanderCapt. Horseradish Sauce Saltine
Charles I L Lambing ............................................................ Chief Staff Officer affair began at 1830 with Assorted Salad Bar Assorted Salad Dressing
Naval Air Technical Training Center carol singing by the Fernandina
Capt. Robert J. Fleming Commanding Officer Beach choir under direction of I Roast Tom Turkey Giblet Gravy

Comdr. Gerald R. Pearson ..............Naval:.,.......Hospital..................................... Executive Officer Lcdr. R. Jones, Chaplain, who Baked Virginia Ham Pineapple Sauce

Capt. Alton C. Abernethy....................................................... Commanding Officer ushered in Santa Claus, propelled Oyster Dressing Mashed Potatoes
Capt. John G. Feder ......................................................:.........,...... Executive,Officer on a torpedo. Santa distributed Buttered Asparagus Tips Buttered Green Peas
NARTU toys to all children under 12.
Capt. F. H. Holt ...............................................................,....... Commanding Qfflcer Candied Sweet Potatoes Chilled Cranberry Sauce
Comdr. H. Hudgfnt .................................................... ______. Executive Officer At 2000 a dinner of ham and Cloverleaf,'Rolls Bread and Butter .
turkey with all the trimmingsand
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds''In Jackionvllle,' Florida at no Fruit Cake Mince Meat Pie
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P.95 "Rev. July 1958. pumpkin pie, was served.
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jackionvllle, Dancing began at 2100 to tunesof Chilled Fresh Milk Coffee
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval. Air Mixed Nuts Assorted Hard Candy Apples and Oranges
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital. a combo supplied by the Jax
Service Information Officer .................... Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnti Jr. Navy band. Cigars and Cigarettes
Assistant Service Information Officer .....,"............ Andrew H. Planey
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporten-Elalne Terrell; Ron Davit, AN; Gene "How's
John wife getting
Hagan, JOSN. Photographer-Joseph O'Brien, PH3. : your Tasteful Feast Awaits
The Jax Air Newt It a member of the Armed Forces Pr.... Service. Material along with her reducing diet?
appearing in this publication can be reprinted providing credit It given. Photographs, Jim: "Rather well, I'd say.She
unless otherwise credited, are official I U. S. Navy Photographs.
disappeared completely last
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building Phone extensions Christmas Day DinersAn
8164, 656, 272 or 216. week. .
Lraa eix.a. .er: +ea. .tax saw.C. estimated 2800 enlisted men and guests will sit downto
; a real feast at the traditional Christmas meal at NAS Jax

mess halls next Friday, it has'been announced by the Com

missary Officer. If he has no member of his immediate
Serving from 1130 to 1400, the
family, however, he may
.. meal will consist of chilled
sti4sr y have one n6n-family guest, either
shrimp cocktail, cream of tomato -
lady or gentleman.
soup, horseradish sauce,
saltine crackers, assorted salad Prices for sailors drawing
bar and assorted salad dressing. comrats will be 80 cents, while

MAIN COURSE will be roast guests and dependents will pay

tom turkey and baked Virginia $1.00 and children under 12, 60

han Also included will be giblet : cents

f' gravy, oyster dressing, pineapplesauce At the Naval Hospital, staff,

.. <. mashed potatoes, buttered patients and guests will have a
;: .
"," 'fj' '',<: asparagus tips, buttered green choice of turkey, filet mignonand

peas, candied sweet potatoes, fried oysters. Serving hoursare
t'tj{:: ,i: :l. chilled cranberry sauce, clover- set for 1145 to 1300.

leaf rolls and bread and butter.

Y Dessert will include fruit cake FRA Branch 126 Slates
and mince meat pie. Chilled
-J fresh milk and hot coffee will Monthly Meeting TonightFleet

also be served, along with mixed Reserve Branch 126 is

nuts, assorted- hard cady, apples scheduled to hold its regular
CHRISTMAS CAROLING CHOIR Part of a 50-voice and oranges, and cigars and
choir of NAS Jax All Saints Chapel sing carols in preparationfor cigarettes.AS monthly meeting tonight (Thurs-
I annual Christmas pageant Sunday at 1630. While choir is Kentucky Bonus for the day) at 2000 in the meeting hall,
under direction of Les Yeomans YN2 of NARTU Mrs. Elizabeth WAS THE case
Knight has written, and is producing this pearls pageant. Issue Cloudy Thanksgiving meal, personnel 4530 120th St., in Yukon.
authorized to subsist on the Reservations are being taken

This Season Also The General Assembly of general mess, including those now for the New Year's Eve
Joyful Kentucky is scheduled to act drawing' commuted rations, will
Ball sponsored by Branch 126.
upon means of implementinga be permitted to have guests for
Time For ReflectionTo War Veterans Bonus voted the special dinner. Tickets can be obtained from

for eligible veterans of that William Clark at extension 8240or
A Christian world, Christmas is, as it should be, the most state in November.The Each member will be allowedto
from P. W. Hetz extension
have his wife, all his children ,
important holiday. Though it's true significance has been obscured lawmakers will be con-
somewhat by the commercialism of modern times, it still serves to fronted with providing bond I and both of his parents as guests. 8598.

remind us of the birth of Jesus, the-Divine Son of God, and of the issue; defining who is entitledto

faith He gave us, which is best served by love of our fellow men. the bonus; how and when

The coming of Chfistmas brings a festive air and a spirit of payment will be made, and :; s#r:3: dtf ft} Ey} :3ti.. rs .s
good will and Joy. Christian peoples everywhere celebrate the sea establising other necessary
son in varied ways in their own customs and traditions. Over them laws and machinery.

all, however, the same magic reaches all corners of the world Opponents of the amend-

where men of free will bow in humble reverence to the Prince of ment, despite its having pass-

Peace.It. ed voter approval, have de-
is a season of joy-and, it is also a time for reflection. We clared intentions of attempting -

can reflect upon our great blessings of peace and security in our to stop payment of the
country and its wealth and abundance. We can think about our bonus through court action.

nation's dedication to peace in freedom.

Every American citizen should ponder his part in this, but r r
Christmas Trees Tied
how much more should we in the Armed Forces review our attitudes _

and resolve to do our utmost to BE the best citizen and To Masts Old CustomEver

sailor, or marine or soldier or airman there is so that we have a
first rate outfit to defend this freedom and prosperity if need be; wonder how the customof r 4 .. : : ___
And that we have the strength of character collectively to withstandthe i lashing brooms to the ship -

deterioration of ,moral and spiritual force we need to combat : mastheads began? t w/ -id-

international communism. When Maarten Harpertszoon -ii::
Devotion to duty on our part, and constant vigUe ce. on the ,
Tromp, a Dutch admiral, sailed
part of every American will keep us strong.
We here are fortunate to be in our own land at Christmas. forth to meet the fleet of Cromwell ,'

I Many of you will be driving to visit your families. Bear in mind he ordered brooms lashedto ---sJ I

that the best Christmas present you can give them is to get therein the masts as a gesture of

one healthy, ambulatory piece, to give and accept the greetingsof signifying he would sweep the
this joyful holiday.,
English Channel of the British
To all of our personnel, military and civilian, I wish a Merry
Christmas and a Happy New Year and express the hope that we Navy.

may carry over throughout the new year a deep and abiding hap- Another custom is hoisting

piness and a joy in living in the peace and good will' the angels Christmas trees at the foremastand THIRD FLU SHOT-Walter Ross, of NAS ,Jax Supply Department -
says he can "rest easy" now with reasonable assurance
of at His birth.
sang mainmast trucks during the against polio as he receives his third inoculation from Jerry
Capt. James R. Reedy Yuletide Ward. HM3. Shots were given to NAS, civilian employees recently -
NAS Jax Commanding Officer season. at the civilian dispensary.



17 December 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Pap 3

Angels Sing I Capt. Etter SAME PresidentNAS I With TheToastmasters

As the day dawns on December Jax' Public works Of- first vice president, Edwin sons of the past should be

25, and preceding it by Midnight ficer, Capt. J. Henry Etter, Loftberg, of Duval Engineering preserved and studied as a

Masses and Candlelight serviceson was installed as president of and Contracting Co; sec- guide to the future, and deemit Chairman Riley Collins called

Chritmas Eve, the singing of the Society of American Mili- ond vice president, Warren their duty to assist the nation a lively meeting of MarNav,

carols and readings of the Na- tary Engineers in a meeting Hendry, Kemp Bunche and in the work?pf preparedness. Toastmasters Club 2280 to order

tivity story will circle the earth. Wednesday at NAS Jax Offl-. Jackson Co; secretary, How- last Thursday at Charlie's Rest-

For the Christian this day is cers' Club at 1900, relieving ard Randall and treasurer, Founded in 1920, and cur- aurant.

the Feast of the Nativity, the Comdr. R. F. Duelfer, Assistant Jack Berry, both of Army rently headed by Vice Admiral Newest Club member, Ray

celebration of the birth of a babe Public Works Officer. Corps of Engineers. W Orme Hiltabidle Jr, object Wells, was given a round of ap-

in a Manger, born of a lowly Established in 1945, the so- Directors are Joseph Harvey of the organization is to plause upon his joining the

peasant woman, born with that ciety is composed of 153 mem- of Army Corps of Engi- advance knowledge of the group. It was voted at the meet-

spark of Divinity in His nature bers,, including 25 Navy 'officers neers; David Herbertson, of science of military engineering ing to hold a Christmas party

that makes significant His name and civilian employeesof Jacksonville Engineering Of- to promote efficiency in tonight (Thurriay.)
Jesus, "for he shall save the military establishments in fice, and Alexander Brest, of the military engineer serviceof Bob Tillman gave his versionof

people from their sins." Gruber's the area. Duyal Engineering and Construction the US, and to maintainits "Why a Wife Should Not

hymn "Silent Night" repeatsthe Other than Capt. Etter, its ; Co.Members best standards and tradi- Work," then Bill Collins count-

line "Christ, the Saviour, is new officer roster includes: believe that "les- tions. er-attacked with "Why a Wife
born." "
Should Work.
Christianity is a historical religion Whitey Morris then talked I on
believing that at this Marine :;;' "For Whom the Bells Toll." Jer-
point in Time, God came into Corps 1 / ; ;r" : i' ry Huskin had to give a five-

human life in this person. It is Units Booked minute impromptu about "The
the event which divides all his- : Importance President/ Eisen-

tory into before and after. Even ...... hower's Visit. Abroad. Collinswas
the atheist, denying God, con- For GB Events voted best speaker of the

fesses this when he dates an I evening. .
event B. C. or A. D. and even II I A colorful parade, featured by .

every time he glances at a cal- an appearance of the strikingly Navy Civilian Toastmasters( assembled -
endar. Time is reckoned by the sharp Marine Corps Drum and for their last meeting of

Holy Birth.In Bugle Corps and Marine Corps the year Tuesday at Cumberland

1959, as on the night long Drill Team, will help mark'ob- Community Center. The next two
mankind servance of the 15th annual Ga- have been canceled due
ago pauses to "rest beside '0 L 'fi'n meetings
>w' :, < ; <' hCL >
\ y ;.M 6a cwab2awRooa wkS
Bowl Game in Jacksonville.The pM @
the road : to the action will resume
weary to hear the : holidays; -
angels sing." parade and football game Jan. 5 at Karl Hellenthal's

By Chaplain Charles D. Bealiy are slated for January 2 with the Restaurant.The .

NAS Jax Senior Chaplain former getting underway at 1015 club unveiled its new gold
I and pigskin activity starting at n wall banner Tuesday. '

1415. Bill Clearman, Ezra Batte,
In Gratitude THE PARADE route will be c : }r; Steve I :Walsh and Ken Scales occupied -
south on Laura St., west on the rostrum as speakersof

In 1945, I spent Christmas for Adams and north on Clay St. The the evening. Clearman delivered -

the first time in a pagan land. televised march of floats, pretty Cw ogy M r part two of "The 20th Cen-

Except in the foreign communities girls, bands and dignitaries will tury Corvus," in which he compared -
and. in a few native Chris- have a large float from NAS Jax our educational system to
-- '-
tian homes, December 25th in! entered, resembling an aircraft MARINE DRILL. TEAM-The crack Drill Team of Marine that of the Soviet Union and
China was the same as any other carrier with planes poised for! Corps Headquarters, Washington, D. C. (above) will be among challenges facing this nation;
day of the takeoff.In marchers at the Gator Bowl Parade the morning of January 2 Batte admonished modern day
year.Undoubtedly addition to marching in the ,in downtoWn Jacksonville, along with the Marine Corps Drum
I had known this and Bugle Corps. Both units will also participate in half-time news reporting in his "FooledBy
parade, the two outstanding Ma- festivities at tho Gator Bowl football game that afternoon the Dramatics;" Scales assail
but for the first time I
rine ceremonial units will
Corps edGeneral Lemay in the latter'sblast
realized that the revelation of perform for the crowd at half- at the Air National Guardin
God and of Christ I PW /Maintenance Functions
time of the Gator Bowl Game, his "Case for the Air National
and belief of Him
were precious
which features Georgia Tech and "
Guard, while newcomer Walsh
gifts given to the few of man- in the tele-
Arkansas nationally
Seen Being Concentrated delivered his icebreaker.
kind. To the many, Christ is vised contest. '

still only a name vaguely known The Drum and Bugle Corps and
In effort to reduce cost
and understood not at all. Drill Team have Washington, D. of Public an Works maintenance tary of the Navy (Material). | Rhymes of Iho Times)

Christmas, for us who call our- C. as hoW base. The former was ashore, the Navy has begun a UNDER THE new program, ''WWII/tt' '
selves Christian, should be, above formed in 1934 and is composedof program of concentrating Public Works Departments of all &''==f :r; i
and before other considerations, 48 select' Marines musicianswho maintenance functions i in commands i location would OURHOPESi-\T.l

a day of gratitude* that God has can beat out pop tunes, public works centers at ma- be merged into a single Public NEW LEASED: \' II'' -,
given His Son to the world, and selections from the classics, nov- jor bases. Works Center under an officer- FOR J' Q r
revealed Him personally to us elty numbers and stirring in-charge, responsible to the TOWARDMEN ? i,1 J JtM.,
through faith. marches. Naval Base, Newport, R. I. has base commander.The AND ( I
FAMOUS FOR its silent drillsin been selected for development of result is expected to bea LASTING'oJffiZ".
With these gifts goes the responsibility which a series of maneuversare the program. Other bases will saving in manpower, facilitiesand flgcn..AFPSf

of keeping alive, not carried out without verbal follow as the Navy has oppor- funds, together with better
just the "memory" of, Christ, or tunity to evaluate reorganizationat service to shore activities
command) the Drill Team is mt.deup con-
some vaguely defined set of
of 24 men in dress blues, with Newport, according to an order cerned. Playing
"Christian ideals but the
chrome-plated bayonets. issued by Assistant Secre- Construction activities of all
cise teachings of Christ, and His commands in the Jacksonville Santa To 32
moral laws and precepts. Any Navy complex were'recently

attempt to observe Christmas lIT .:. ..a consolidated under a similar
without reference to these gifts plan, although no action has YoungstersIt
and responsibilities is at best ''been taken to
consolidate main- might be said that Santa
inadequate, and at worst a tenance in this area, it 'has been Claus will ride to the Jacksonville -

mockery.By 4 f revealed by Capt. J. Henry Et- Children's Home Societyon
Chaplain William F. DoyleSt. ter, NAS Jax Public Works Of- the wings of a P2V Neptune
Edwards Chapel
ficer.WHILE when Patrol Squadron Five hosts
JAX area commandsare the 32 children of the home

Cardinal Spellman already organized into sucha Christmas Eve.Santa's .
Public Works Center on a small
workshop, Mad Foxes
Again Will Spend scale more technical than
-7i branch, has been busy lately
physical additional consolidation turning out gifts and surprisesfor
Holidays EuropeFrancis _, may 'be made if this com- the youngsters. Members of

Cardinal Spellman, plex is considered to succeed the VP-5 and their wives have ,vol-

Military Vicar of the Armed :. Newport base. untoered time and services as
In discussing the new main- well funds toward the Santa
forces, will spend the holiday as
tenance plan, Rear Admiral E. Claus role of making the deserving -
season with troops in Europe and :viP1.PN p r J. Peltier, Chief of the Navy's.Bureau children happy.

North Africa for the second con- of Yards and Docks, I
Squadron members played host
secutive year. pointed but. the move is partof :
to the children last Wednesdayon
the Navy's continuing effortto
The cardinal's Christmas visitsto an excursion to the VP-5
get more for its money.
American troops overseas are CONFUSION REIGNS-This was a mad scene last week area. '
traditional. This year his itiner- when Paul lea (left) reported to NATTCenter for duty under Middle-aped observation: "One Christmas Eve will find many
ary calls for him to spend Christ- instruction Phil Parker, PN2, (right). of student section of squadron members at the Re-
mas at Adana and Izmir in Tur- Military Personnel asked Aea his name. "AEA" replied Aea. thing about getting along in ceiving Home, helping Santa
"Not school said Parker. After of the
your name/ more
and New Year's at years is that you feel your corns
key Day AEA business, a check of the ID card disclosed thai'the Honolulu distribute gifts and entertain the
I Torr jon and Moron in Spain. Hawaii native was Paul Au about to enter AE"A" School. more than your oats." boys and girls.


Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS 17 December 1959

d JFrom The Forest Primeval

; !81eN, Bfill : II DIGS I Holidays
.. ,.- ,.,-; ,
AJiearty welcome aboard goes I Slow Pulse

to 35 "whitehats" who reportedfor A few civilian employees of

duty at NAS Jax last week. NAS Jax Overhaul and Repair

Largest number 'arrived Dec. 7, Department-one In particularare Of StationA

with 35 checking in. Roy Evers, being gin helpful pointersin
TDAN, of Dawson Ala., came emergency operation of the great many persons aboard
the Station will be going homeor
from NATTC
Memphis, while gyro compass.
at least visiting relatives dur-
Donald Jacklin, ACTAN, of Mos- Extremely useful while hunt-
cow, Ida., and Therral Schoonard ing in wild forests, the handy L ing the holiday season but
for those aboard, there I
ACW2, of Battle Creek, little gadget caused members of _
.y will be places open for them to
Mich both arrived 'from NATTUClathe an eight-man hunting party nota .
Kans. little bit of confusion during r- spend offhours.All
Navy Exchange activitieswill
NTC Great Lakes was last duty recent Thanksgiving holidays. { j close at 1300 Christmas Eve
JOHN REPP, an OR ProcessMetallurgist
station for 22 check-ins last and remain closed all day Christ-

Monday, Including George BrownSA is especially,anxious mas with exception of the following
of Woodstock, Ala; Dennis to get better acquainted with the : Operations Tower Rest

Butkowski, SA, of Detroit, Mich; gyro, since it cost him a lonely aurant (Building 118) which will

Joseph Coviello, SA, of Irving- flight in the dense, dark woodsof observe its normal hours of operation -

ton, NJ; Robert Eplin, SA, of the Osceola National Forest.It both days; snack bar at

St. Louis, Ill; Clarence Grant, was Saturday, Nov. 21 when Golf Clubhouse, also keeping
SA, of Detroit, Mich; Ronald the team of local hunters set w normal hours during the holiday

Griffin, FA, of Watertown, NY; out for the "Old Salt Lick" area season, and The Blue Jacket Inn

James Hines, SAk of Buffalo, near Lake City. Deer, turkey (Building 46) and! the Enlisted

NY; Forrest Lickert, FA, of De- and squirrels were, their prey. I L I Men's Club in Building 593.

troit, Mich; Nicholas Passcovich, While Rex Whiddon, Jerry All persons are reminded that

SA, of Pittsburg, Pa., and David Porwall, B. W. Bradshaw, Jack, i1it.ti( Y il l liMiJx the retail store (Building 27)),
Pilling, SA of Clean, NY. Bedenbaugh and Jim Morton all >:: ::: k. uniform shop (Building 3)),
"HERE'S HOW IT WORKS"-Because he had to spend a
Also, Lawrence Poole, SA, of seemed to wander their separate lonely night in the Osceola National Forest recently, John Repp, Country store (Building 954)),
Clawson, Mich; Douglas Scroggs, trails in the forest, Bill Early a Process Metallurgist at O&R (left) receives indoctrination in and service station (Building 26))

SA, of Atlanta, Ga; Dennis Shu- accompanied Repp during the use of gyro compass from his supervisor, B. W. Boiiveri, local will be open for business as usual -
felt, SA, of Gilman, Wise Ken- first part of,the way. Later, hunting Boy Scout leader. Repp'i getting lost on the Thanksgiving trip Saturday, December 26.
; have been due to his fellow Also
may gyro, employees say.
off himself seemedto
neth Sigler, SA, of Louisville by Repp The Commissary Store has set
; learning more about operation of the gadget is Bill Early (right) ,
Ky; William Sigler, SA, of Louisville encounter trouble. up new hours of operation for
Ky; David Sinclair, SA, of REPP WITH all his past ex- Slowly feeling his way through December Vehicle the holiday season. The Store '
Vineland perience as an efficient woods- the underbrush towards the Christmas Eve
NJ; Phyllip Speranza, will close at 1300
SA, of Madison, Wise* Charles mangot lost-not once, but sound, he hadn't gone far whenhe Stickers Expiring and stay closed ,through Christ-
Straub SA of Olean twice. His hunting mates ,indi- heard the engine start up, but will
NY; Rob Persons operating privately- mas Day, reopen
and the drive off.
cated that it could have car
ert Toll Jr., AA, of Eureka, Ill; possibly December 26 with a reduced staff
Richard Turner, SA, of Cleveland been due to his gyro being Now, he says, there was no owned motor vehicles aboard the at 0900 and remain ,open until

1 O., James Welch, AA, of "tilted." other alternative but to wait Station are reminded that December 1500. The store will be closed'for

Sparta, Ill, and Stephen Welton, First time, he succeeded in until: daybreak.HE date stickers expire De- inventory Monday and Tuesday.It .

ENFA, of Madison, 'O. finding his way to "civilization" LEANED back against' a cember 31. will be open December 30
without much difficulty or loss decaying tree where he from' 0900-1500 and New
Arriving Dec. 8 were'Michael stump, With many employees and mil- 'on
Heckman, MMFA of Brooksville of time. remained the next ten hours or Year's Eve from 1300-1900 but
Pa., from NTC Great, Lakes and, (But with rapid approaching of ,so. He'says he slept well, wakingup itary persons on leave at this will be closed January 1, Busi-
; time there will be at the
dusk, Repp again penetrated the a delay
occasionally to hear weird'hoots' ness will be as usual from..0900-.
Minneapolis jungles, this time, as the first, by owls and splashing of gate upon their return to' workin 1500 Saturday, January< 2.: ..
; without a watch. Since it had January unless December decals -
' water in stream Mainside will be closed
TD2, of Nevada Mo and a nearby as a"coon" Lounge
been an overcast day, hazinessof are renewed before goingon
Wright, TD2 of Council Grove waded about in searchof December 24 but w ill open at
dark- leave the Pass Office. '
twilight soon turned to reports
food. 1400 Christmas
Kans, all from Faetulant Det. 2, Day.
NAS Jax.Jackie ness, leaving the brave nimrod The moon shone brightly Documents needed for renewalare The NATTCenter C&SS, Issuer

stranded among the dense moss- through silhouettes of towering : valid Insurance policy (10/- o o m (Building 513) will be
of Mar- laden'trees
and underbrush." pine and' oak treetops. 20 bodily injury, property dam- closed through December 31 but
low Okla.
reported aboard Dec.
ALTHOUGH qualified as an About 0800, with the sun beat- age), current state registration, the Mainside C&SS Room (Build-
''Wind; David Buskirk, AA, of able outdoorsman, he 'thought ing down upon the wayward identification card or badge and ing 953)) will be open during this
Gap, Pa and Lynn Mur-
twice before attempting to "feel"his
valid driver's license.. .
woodsman, Repp awoke to begin I
doch, AA, both arrived from NTC way in the darkness of night. "
his exit from "Tarzan's paradise.
,Great Lakes. And with the second thought, he i
Soon, his cohorts say, their long-
Dec. 11 saw arrival of Dorsey deeided to sit the night out.
lost friend returned.
Helton Jr, FA, of Dixon, Mo; Once, though, he says he
Back at NAS Jax, Bernie
William Kurent, FA, of Ever- heard repeated sounding of a
Boisvert has taken it upon him-
green Park, Ill., and Wendell car 1t rn. Naturally, this was his
self to that
personally see Reppis
Rose, FA, of Earlville, NY, all fellow hunters, he .thought, try- well indoctrinated in forest
from NTC Great Lakes. ing to direct him to the highway.
lore, and use of the gyroevenin
emergencies.As '

his supervisor, Boisvert

(leader of a Boy Scout troop)

says he "can't afford to lose his

only process metallurgist."

;ii (

Employee Lodge To Meet t1:4

American Federation of Gov-

ernment Employees, Lodge 579,
has scheduled its regular monthly -

meeting for, Sunday, Dec. 20,
at, 1400 at W. Union Baptist

Church, 755 Acorn StAll /

Lodge members are urgedto

be present and visitors are un__ _,
welcome. President In ,James WINNER-Frank: Sireibig, YN3, of Patrol Squadron -
,Smith, with W, F. ,Gordon, vice- 16, (right) receives a check for 50 dollars from VP-16
commanding officer. Comdr. L. T. Barco Jr. Streibig won second
president and Alphonse Kelly,
place in a recent contest to select a new station emblem for
secretary. Naval Station, Argeniia, Newfoundland.

> >f; I Credit Union Office To Close For One WeekJax I

Navy Federal Credit Un-
ion offices will be closed for on all nterest members have urged to attend; this is the one

business from 1100 Dec. 24 until paid for 1959. ,'meeting of the year 0 pen to

_r p, __ Jan., 4, according to the CU's This dividend and interest membershipatlarge.Many .
HELP FOR YOUNGSTERS FETE-Financial assistance for Board of Directors. refund will be paid only to door prizes are to be
the Chief Petty Officer's Club annual Christmas Party for members in given. These are now on displayat
This is necessitated because of good standing as of
Underprivileged Children allured
was presentation of in
upon a the Credit Union office
check for $271.40 from the CPO Wives Club to party officials. the closing of 'books for year's Dec. 31, 1959. Building 39. !I
Mrs. William Hicks. (second from left) presents check: to Walter erid, posting 4.2 per cent divid- Annual meeting of the
Credit this
The Credit Union takes
GuhL PNC,' party chairman. Looking on are Mrs. Robert
Kohler, (left) CPO Wives Club president, and ,James Wood. ends being paid on shares, and Union has been announced for opportunity wish everyone a

I GFC, CPO Club president The, kids'. party is scheduled for, making out checks for the 5 per Jan. 15 at 1930 at King Hall, Merry ,Christmas and a Happy
December 22. cent interest refund being paid Building 563. All members are New Year.



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-- :::t ( ri; > < ; b I Needy Families To Get

: a Merry Yule' GreetingsMany

k needy children will have a truly Merry Christmas
A this year thanks to efforts of employees at Public Works and

rrx Overhaul and_ Repair. .Departments_ of ,the Station.
Workers in'the Machine TOOl
and Die Shops at O&IKare flan! othqr groups around the Station,
.many will have Merry
I persons a
ning to give food baskets to'twme
Christmas who otherwise would
twelfth ,
needy families for the
< consecutive year. have, been forgotten. ,
BESIDES an ample supply of

food, each family will get candy
and fruit for the youngsters.This .. ,7b;
"good will" mission .will, J
be repeated by Public ,WorkS :;<:thristmasPresent
'x v tr.t:
personnel, also. Some 25 gafiy
decorated boxes containing food,
clothing and toys will be distrib-
''k uted to needy persons by this By W. Grinditaff. ADC
k.RJ:2{:\ } department. About 1963 years' ago, God gave

TO MAKE youngsters even the first Christmas gift to the

happier, gift packages will be world, Jesus Christ, who about
neatly decorated and bearing 30 years later gave 'His life that
names of each recipient.A the world might be saved.

Christmas Party for needy "For God, sent not His Son into -

a. IT'LL BE A MERRY ONE FOR NEEDY FAMILIES Public Works Deparmen.1 employee is planned by O&R for Saturday.The world; but that the world through
(above) and members of Machine Tool and Die Divisions of Overhaul and Repair Department affair begins with dinner in Him might be saved." John 3.17..
'(below) are busy gathering food baskets for needy families in the Jacksonville area. Left to right in Galley One. Games,movies and a
top 'photo are, (front row) Capt. J. Henry Etter, Public Works Officer, and H. R. Lutien. Rear Sam visit from Santa Claus will fol- Recently, many of us at NAR-
my Whlitington Mimi Bailey Cam Truitt, Frances Cherry, group chairman and H. F. Foster. TU Jax heard a most enlightening -
Below, left to right, (kneeling) F. G. Pascak and Carl Bhoden. Rear E. H. Harrington. Joe Francis low.Through presentation under the gen-
, W. E. Rivers Jr., B. A Terrell and L. G. McCampbell. efforts of these and
,, --- ------ -- eral heading of Naval leadership.We .
+: '.. .._ ..., .. .
'' ')(>t.'''' \''a \: !:> '{:)>>:-'''<<< :w.: l.b !>-
: Wells Named Top learned in the lecture about
? some startling facts about the

ez J4' r }: ';:. .f /Man Of Center'sLeadership moral brought decay about of largely our country throughthe ,

compromising of principleson
4 ClassGeorge
which our country was founded. -

9R. 1 Jy tty(+AA Y' } Wells, TM1 (SS) of .
ph *cS Special Services Department at History and the Bible show us

'4 ? ': ,. NATTCenter, was named honor- that peoples and countries who,
; man in last weeks graduation of turn their backs on God die from

K" }> the Center's Leadership School. internal corruption in comprom-

C/ipt. Robert J._Fleming_ commanding ising with, basic principles- oi
< --
; r .; officer of NATTCenter, human relationship.:

presented certificates to all 24 Therefore, the only way for
,; graduates at the ceremonies Fri-
our country to avoid, going the
day In King Hall. of the
way Egyptian, Babylonian,
Other graduates were Garry Grecian, Roman and Hebrew em-
Shortreed, AEM3, Morris Kilman, pires (when they mistreated
ATI, Leo King, ATI, Dean Atkinson God's people) is to continue
ADI, Philip Van Valken- strong and prosperous by turning
f burg, SFI, Earl Walker, TDI3, back to God, and accepting Jesus
,James Beck, SN, Kenneth Hinds, Christ, who died for our sins,
YN2, Ralph Hill, BM3, James that we should not perish, but
Schultz, SN, Donal Ball, AOI, have everlasting life. '
John Webner, AEM3,, Dale Tall-
A Christmas gift is no good to
man, AEIAN, Grady Hendrix,
us unopened, so let us open ourhearts'
AEI, Juan Casados, AEI, Howard
door to, Jesus that wo
Burns, AEI, Leonard Martin,
might have a joyous Christmas.
AQI, Scott Ketcham, FN, George
Wells Jr., TMI, Earl Sanford,
PN2, Ronald Harrington, SA, Billings, :Mont.: Native

Care Good Insurors John Carter, YN3, and, William Garners ,AE Honors
Courtesy Thomas, GFAN. Aviation Electrician's Mate
The class, the fourth to gradu-
ate to date, was. the last one for School, Class "A", honors went
Of Having Safe Voyage Home 1959. Next class convenes Jan- last week to John Smith, Jr.,

uary 4. AEMAN, of Billings, Mont. .

what\ is an accident? Ans- a hospital admission rate declineof Adjust the rear view mirror, trnNr./y! w1!)r.kYNylrk wkMN1; yrrAS; rrTrM, rk1ny.4..:!;rrlltS:4.+r::?+a :fvw yvu: SYNwrwr.w' 'Yh
wer: Something that happensto 1.5 percent, there were 6,543 lights and turn signals. And be
else. !!!
somebody Wrong injuries recorded last year among sure you have enough oil, anti-
It can happen to anyone." Navy and Marine Corps mem freeze and brake fluid.
No one wants 'to be on the receiving bers. '
end of an accident. If When on the ,road, practice
When starting on your holiday courtesy. For instance, when
for:'no other the law
preservation! 'should be suf- trip (or any trip for that matter) passing, don't cut back in line
rest before venturing behind the until the you've
you can see car
ficient motivation to avoid an ErCm'vur
accident. ( wheel, and avoid alcoholic bev- passed in your rear'view mirror. } : jjzj'jHJr SY:

>,i erages. When becoming tired And don't forget to be thoughtful EDITORIAL ,.{ rk: ,{{:.t.Ir .
ALONG WITH 'common sense, while driving, get out and walk enough of your life and of others % }i ::''.:tiii

knowing your automobile and around. Pull off the road for I by signify when you plan to <}: :.;; :::, SIAFE
its equipment is the best way I nap, if necessary. make a turn and be sure kYr'r i'rv14i:}

to- get to your destination and it's the right signal. rf.'rri.{'rl.
back again all in one piece. Before checking yourself,
"however, you should ajso check WHEN THERE'S broken bones, ----5--- ,
Motor vehicle accidents took your vehicle. Inspect the chassisfor mangled bodies and crumpled ) p

the lives of 565 Nevymen and damaged springs, faulty shock automobiles, it's too late to say, __ '
Marines in 1958, more deaths bythis absorbers, and loose nuts. I "I meant to make a right turn." r.J})

i means than the two previous I
; INSPECT the muffler for'holes Of all motor vehicle accidents -1 yrtiS.ti
I years. and look for leaks 'of oil, water with Navy and Marine Corps

I FEWER persons, however, were and gasoline. Examine tires for personnel involved last year, 90

I l involved in total motor vehicle uneven wear, damage and im- per cent of the men were on _

rcc le'nts'than during any of the proper air pressure. And check leave or* liberty at time of the Li I Ii

five preceding years. Even with ,the spare tire, too. I I accident. _

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Pag* 8 JAX AIR 17 December 1959Classified

: Bonus Check Due

( ,

.. .., '" ..,,' ," .h ., Pennsylvania'sKorean
m ,, '. m .,'
For Rent
kin fom apt, prlv bath, cony to but
end shop center. 747 King St. Riyerilde. (A F P S) The
Apply 749 King St. after 1700. V ? a: V
2-Bdrm furn, brick, $75 mo. 5123 San V Christmas holidays could be
Juan AVI. EV 92033. brightened by bonus checks for
2-6drm furn' ha. kit equip, water furn, 130,000 Pennsylvania Korean
on river In Lake Shore. $90. mo. Call EV-
Conflict veterans.
94652. ,
River front home near 'NAS Jax; 4 Among the 300,000 applicationsfor
Bdrm' 1 H beth, patio, double gar. $110.) the Korean veteran windfallare
fno. Green Cove Springs 3736. 15,000 from men still in serv-
3-Roomi furn, water front cottage, use .a.'
I IprLLra ice according to Edward F.Ryan,
of prlv ,dock. $65 mo. Call CO 45622.
4-Rmi and bath, comp redeco, gar, Director, Korean Conflict Veterans -
porch, yard, etc furn. $70'' mo. Call EV Compensation Bureau.
71950. 3859 Herschel St. 4 He added that to date 4,594 applications -
Unfurn, tile bath, kit .qul -f1.fumlCe, : '
from men still on active -
water furn. 4530 Marquette St. Lake I
_ duty have been approved.
$65 EV 8-4956. e
mo. __ ..___mm,__.._.__,." ._______
Small furn apt, utll furn. $45 mo. Ryan pointed out that Pennsylvania
COMNAB SIX STAFF MEETS NEW OFFICERS-ComNab Six staff met last week to 'meet
yard. 4633 Wheeler Ave. Phone
members and to Fleet forces. State veterans still, on
EV 94275. new reemphasize the role that the command plays In supporting
3-Rmi, bath, near NAS $65 mo. Call Seated, left to right are Comdr. J. D. Mullinss Comdr. John Fehler, Leonard Eubanks, IRD Officer active duty can speed paymentof
EV 98915. ; Capt. K. R. Wheeler; Capt. Macy G. Martin Rear Admiral Kenneth Craig, Commander their claims by submitting
3-Bdrm, 1} bath, aut-heat, patio, bar Naval Air Bates, Sixth Naval District Capt. N. M. Head Chief of Staff and Aide Capt Joseph properly certified copies of their
Weaver Capt. J. H. Etter; Comdr. Guy Thompson, and Comdr. Alex Mclnnis. Rear, Lt. R. P.
NAS and Cecil.
b-que pit cony to 6532 DD
Solandra Dr. SP 13042. Fowler Li. S. F. Foster Lt (Jg) J. D. Evanoff; Comdr. H. H. Taylor; Lcdr. T. M. Payne; Comdr.S. ''Report of Separation",
For Sale G. Kona Comdr. A B. Haseltine; Lt. R. Hendricksj: Comdr. C. W. Griffin, and Comdr.C. Form 214, covering their service
W. McKee. between June 25, 1950, and Jan.
2-Bdrm hie, hdwd floors, Fla rm, gar,
vent, blinds, fenced corner lot. $3500 27, 1954, with their applications.
down. Lake Shore, Call EV 4-7377 "Rah For New Year's BLOOD Certificates for those still on
3-Bdrm hie In Normandy near school DONOR active duty must be verified by
and shop center. 6929 Rollo Rd. PhoneEV
the veteran's commanding officer

3-Bdrm 47456.hie. on large lot, 5554 i Keystone Anyone Askin' For 'The director explained, however -
Dr. Call EV 93253. that many active 'service

MiscellaneousWentedRlde Hangovers, hilarity, hope New Year's veterans who reenlisted duringor
to NAS from lake Shore. after the Korean War have
Hrs 0800 to 1630; contact P. D. Myers, early times has spelled all things to all men.
Jewish Roman and Mohammedan not received the required separ-
Ext 8579. Egyptian, ,
Addition rental and for sale different times, but the first day of each was'an ation forms but a "Certificate of
ceremonies.The Active Duty" will serve in its
information may be obtained by elaborate "
ancient Romans who were Janus, god of flofl place.
contacting the Dependents Information ,
endings. Our own t'
i Center at the Main no slouches when it came to cele-

Gate Building 13, extensions 8605 brating, dedicated their NewYear's of for the him Gregorian, dates LETTERS TO THEEDITOR
or''8606. Day to the two-faced deify
MANY OF' persona answered the oil
customs in
blood at Civilian Blood Donors
New Year's Eve
December 2. Sixty-ilx persona In
have their roots

I past. We still were accepted, Including\

about New ..people. Dear Sir.Hope .
and "cleaning the ul and Repair Dept. had big- you will be able to use

Centuries ago representation, with 26. They In- the enclosed letter in your paper

ed it cleaning : Emmett 'Rachels, Douglas Riles, and I hope the servicemen who
practice which Smythe, Jerome Becker, Marie read it will heed my plea to' the

bring good luck Iva Cicero, (Katherine Newton, boys in the service.
hold during the Summers, Willard Barton, Nath- "Won't you please write a few

Another old Hamilton,' Ray Costantino' Frank lines to your loved ones back
called for a Alson Mallette, Arnaldo home? Your mother is anxiousto
<>; ;, wife enough I and Paul Butler. hear from you. How long has

Year's Day to buy Joseph Savlckl, Alvin Williams, it been since you're written
I home? ,
whole year. Tarr, Harry Wade, Marlon Ricko,
THIS WENT lindberg, William Maloney, Carl "I receive many letters from
century when pins Arnold Martin, Tom Varnadoe and mothers of boys stationed, NAS

factured by Field. Jax. Yes, my dear service lads,
term "pin money" you are 'very important to' those
Public Works G.
'Dept. came
sums is still with back home, especially your
W4NLK CALL.lNG-M. Cnder. A1'C, (left) and George New Year's 1300'I Roy Hartley, Fernie Selby mother. Don't neglect her.
of the NAS Jax Amateur Radio Cheatham, George Huntley,
Warner, ATC"are two tend to the armed 'The holidays are upon us, so
the holiday season to help I levlner and Robert Pont.
1 Club who will be on duty during send
in a, message back home, if
service families get in touch with loved ones in overseas
points. The "ham" radio station, with call letters W4NEK, is it the only Dept. had 17 persons answer you can't convey it in person.
located in Building 726. You can make an appointment to talk ship's bell was call, Including William Richards, And a very Blessed Season to
to your family in most parts of the world'by visiting the station At midnight Fowler, Julia Corbett, Charlie, you all."

any weekday from 11001300. aboard ship would Arthur Daymude, James Pollard, Sincerely,

old" with eight ; West, Sarah Stevens and Char- Mr Mary (Mom) Lewis
Ham Operators Find Pleasure later the Jacksonville.USO

I "ring in the new" I
WH +N a}}} Y
By Helping Service FamiliesBeing eieht.-..,.JUST.... AS :- ,f.r+ r ..roster .

an amateur radio operator know that his wife in Florida has cial songs, no
or "ham", means many I celebration is
had a baby. They've ,also relayed
things to people who pursue that unhappier news of deaths and harmonizing of .

pastime. hurricanes. Syne." And,

Recently, George Warner, ATC, Club members, throughout the hausted revelers

member of NAS Jax Radio Club year, offer services to'families of Robert, Burns:

W4NEK, was operating his radioat servicemen who wish to talk "This day Time _
home when he heard, "This is with them. Conversations are hausted chain. _

IIC1LE In Equador with an urgent similar to talking'on a telephone. "To run the t S V b Ir V

message for Johns Hopkins Words are relayed by means of. length again," ,
Hospital in Baltimore, Md., a "phone patch." You've1' got a 'V :V \ -3'

USA." Warner took the message M. Crider, another member of peace' before Jan. _

and became the relay point. W4NEK, communicates regularlywith postman to ring

When he came on the Station the South Pole, Greenlandand from your

next time, he contacted a' Balti. Iceland and bps been deliv-

more operator, relayed the mes ering messages to loved one from Navy .
sage, and received an answer. friends 'at home; I

lie rendezvoused with, Equador A few vacancies presently exist' Night n K
that night, giving them the an- of W4NEK. Anyone
in ranks _
Tuesday- ,',-,_ _. -C _
swer to their appeal. with experience along this line VIEW AMERICAN SKYHAWK- Italian Navymen aboard
This;is just one of several experiences and an FCC license" can get fur- Station recently to take part in an Avionics Electronics
Warner and' other ther particulars at the Club in Mainside & at FAETU take time out to look over "a new A4D Sky
members of :W4NEK have had. Building 726 dally from 1100- property of Attack Squadron 44. Left to right are, Gae-
Stores Scurto RM1 Renzo Zerbini
Open RM1 Guieseppe Acerra, RMlj
Comdr.. A. D:
Many times'they've let a serviceman ,! 1300, or by phoning Squadrini. RMlr Guiseppe Colazxo. RMI and Bat I
In some faraway'country. Prickett at> extension 8522. Until Maione,,RM1. *
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17_December 1959 JAX AIR NEWS

Hornets Hone __ : : Busy Fliers, Post Three

Stingers In IM.BasletballPlay r TW

: Early Season 'Victories

: .
Norm Fortwengler of VA-44 The Jax Navy Fliers rode high on the crest of three victories -

poured in 34 points as the Hor- I : in four outings last week as the busy hardwood crew

nets maintained their untarnishedmark 1 1I played seven. games in 11 nights to round out the first two
by ripping past the Devil weeks of action.
The losers' Bob Johnson garnered -
Dogs, 69-31 in Mainside basket- The busy crew has wrapped 1
25 markers.
ball action last week. Two teams I ,things up for the annual Christ- was.big

with unbeaten marks in four ___ mas respite DORMAN ALSO
scorer in the Walker vrn,
games are the VP-16 Patrolmen, The Fliers, after a shaky first
canning 15 points. Big Al Shep-
who downed FAETU last week S week, came alive, toppling Green
took scoring honors for Jax
85-60, and the Cane Hunters of Cove Springs, 79-63; Walker Col-
Navy in the win over Hunter
VW-4, who slipped past VAP-62, lege, 81-62, and Hunter AFB,
4442.In 72-61. AFB, with 20 tallies
registered 19 points. \
other action last week, ONLY DEFEAT of the week, man
In the third home appearanco
Charlie- Bell sparked 679th Air in fact, was an understandableone
of the week, the Dick Savage-)'
Force to a 58-50 win over Ad- coming at the hands of a
coached Fliers met defeat at tho
ministration, dropping in 24 mar- mighty Ft. Gordon Ga. PMGC '
hands of the Ft. Gordon five.
kers. VAP-62 downed VP-5, team, 9381.In .
Jim Armstrong's 25 points was
50-25, and Hpspital toppled Air- their first venture of the
big noise for tte Saints.
craft Maintenance,,53-30 as Sam season, albeit a short one, the
HABIT FORMING-Emblematic of sports supremacy In Dorman, Sheppard and Warren
Securro tossed in 17 points for NATTCenter intramural activities' is the Captains 'Cup. This locals, with five Fliers hitting Rouse led the Fliers with 10
the winners. year, for the third straight lime Aviation Electrician's Mate I
Dispensary scored a 58-46 victory Schools have won the honor. Picture above is Capt. Robert J. double figures, measured Green. points apiece,

over Operations, and Com- Fleming, (left) commanding officer of the Training Center/ mak- Cove's Bullets. Jack Dorman .
presentation to Lcdr. Julius Moeiiner of AE Schools, at the an-
munications boosted its record nual intramural sports banque last Wednesday. paced the winners with 16 points. Fliers. Farings

by defeating' VP-5's Mad Foxes, Player G FG FT-FTA Pet. TP Avg.
52-44. Jax Dorman 9 57 11.23 48 125 13.9
Last game? of the week saw Navy Snags Rouse 7 36 14-29 48 86 12.3

679th ,Air Force scoring a 70-53 Second Place At v-1PO RTS Sheppard. 9 9 38 29 19.26 9.20 73 48 77 85 9.5Sav.g. 8.6

triumph over FAETU as Bell Starnei 8 16 10-15 67 42 5.3
again was high marl for the win- Gadsen 7 15 5-9 56 35 5.0

ners with 31 counters. Ga. Snike MeetJax > "&**vvfcX TfcivWv .*">** P&'t-t4 .. Walker 5 5 3-4 75 13 2.6
,11 .k-M-ssj iA** \>Vii < V M ? Richardson "* 7 14 9.13 69 37 5.2
December 15 was the last dayof Navy marched to the finals Nv*< iAu v*'* *!*<-&, aJOT 5*?**' Saffer 8 15 2-6 33 32 4.0

intramural basketball play of the Peach Bowl Volleyball Holub 6 7 0-4 00 14 2.3
until after the holiday period. Tournament at Atlanta last. STAGE BEING SET MaiterionAkttln .5 6 4-5 80 16 3.2 3.6
3 5 1.2 50 11
FT TP Avg. week before bowing to a strong 78 9 2.2
Mason I 1 7.9
Fortwengler, VA-44 ., 47 13 107 21.4Radowlcr
Nashville YMCA team, 16-14, in Amerton 4 ,1 1.2 50( 3 .8
Hospital ,., 30 28 82 20.5 overtime.On FOR G. B. CONTESTBobby

Bell, 679th AF .,,,.. 45 11 101 20.2

Securro, Hospital ....., 29 17 75 18.8 their march to the final Dodd, a daddy of football bowl games, brings his SHORT
Van Dekerckove, Inf 27 10 64 16.0 round, the Fliers defeated Knoxville Georgia Tech squad to Jacksonville to battle Arkansas in

YMCA, Birmingham YMCA, the 15th a.nnual'Gaior Bowl game January 2 at 1415. CHIPSCapt.
Hunter AFB and Atlanta YMCA, The Arkansas Razorbacks'
Second Round in addition to one of two Nash- coached by Frank Broyles, are his team have "basically the
same kind of teams. Both havea J. S. McClure achieveda
ville "Y" teams entered. co-champions of the Southwest
Ends lot of speed and desire," thrill all golfers hope for, his
In NAS Conference with Texas' Cotton |
made the with
Eight men trip first hole-in-one. The retired
Dodd'sEngineers ALTHOUGH Dodd is bowl
Bowl-bound Longhorns. a
Jax Navy, four from last year'soutstanding Navy captain aced the 222-yard,
enjoyed a fairly good veteran the Arkansas
Fall squad. They were younger hole the
Cup three number 7 at
Play par
in SEC mentor is In his
Hall Winstead year play. no "greenhorn.
Ben "Country" Station links.Witnessing. >
Second round competition in Ralph Callahan and Tom Mc- THE TECH coach reports his secopd year at the reins of the the fine shot' were

the Fall Cup Golf tourney Guckin. Yellow Jackets should have all Fayetteville school, Broyles has Capt. Pricemar, Capt. Keirser and

turned up some 'Close matches Newcomers on the club are Ed their wounds healed by the New been along on seven Tech bowl Comdr. Bladen. C pt. McClure
with the 14 winners advancing Year and rolling into townat trips, once as a player and theother's
Hines, Don Brassfield, Gene Byron used a two-iron
to the third round and several of and Dick Snell. Four posi- "100 per cent strength." He as Dodd's assistant. 'At recent meeting the NAS

them going as far as 21 holes to tions are still open on the team. admits the clash with Arkansaswill Special Services Department Golf Committee, a motion was
garner their wins. reports no tickets available fore
Interested persons should reportto be a close one. made and carried recommending

In the first flight, Bill Camp- one of the daily workouts attheNATTCenter Among outstanding players a stand west stands, unless converting greens at the Station

bell defeated Dave Clark; Ches- gym from 1100- with Georgia Tech are quarterback there are some last minute can-, course to the new Bermuda

ter Krol chilled Sam Horton; Dr. 1300. Fred Braselton, All-Ameri cellations. End zone seats remain, grass, Tifton 328. Subsequent
however.In .
Hughes edged Ray Barnett after N ex touting for Jax Navy ca center Max Baughan, end approval by the commandingofficer
21 holes and Earvin Scott spikers is due for mid-January addition to the game, other set in motion pro JackHarvey's
tripped John Kerr. when the Birmingham Invita- Jack Rudolph and tackle Toby attractions for the Gator Bowl's plan for converting to

Second found Miami Deese. Crystal Anniversary include a this
flight Charles tional and Open Tourneysare grass.
Roberts victor over Bob Frazier; contested. Broyles reports that Tech and basketball tourney Dec. 29-30 at This is felt to be a tremendousstep
Jim Callaghan squeaking by M. JU gym; regatta events: with the foward in making the course

D. Hodges in 21 holes; Dr. Lieu- Navy Jax Sailing Club performing one of the finest layouts in this

rance downing ,C. E. Clements, in a sailing exhibition; bowl- part of the country. Everyonewho
and John Hoydic toppling G. N. ing and golf tournaments; the has putted on 328 comparesthe

Hooper.R. popular free Gatorama, featuring, texture of this grass favor

Edward's defeat of E. Wal- ... fireworks and music on the night I ably with Northern Bent.
before theg ame, and a parade I
ker started off third flight playas Grass necessary to replant all
Bill Harris executed Bill in downtown Jax the morning of I the greens is available at no cost

Goodman; Walt Heison plied by Jan. 2. to the Navy. This will enable

. ,John Fehler and Sandy Mc- I Harvey to complete the job for
Leod less than one-third the cost to
trampled Dusty Rhodes. In
other action, J Sigafoos defeatedA. I 200 CLUBAmong I the average' civilian. golf course.'

Fowler, and F. Short garnereda Work should commence on this
default from James Reedy. those entering recently have( project around April 1. Temporary

_____ been Boydston, Dlsb. 214 HolDs I Supply -I greens will be providedto
"B", 236, Haynes, Galley 1, 200; ensure continuation of play.
Jean Carter's High 532
Ortega, X.3, 223-247 Ohl, ComFalr Jax :

Leads EM Wives KeglersJean "A", 243 Wade, ComFalr Jax, 200; Hall, Capt. Ann Fahl McCellan AFB,

Carter of the Pinkies : 'S ComFalr Jax "A", 244-207.210; Emch, Calif., golfer with only eight

team made big noise'in the Enlisted VA-44 Raiders, 230, and Hab.rly, VAP- months of experience on the
Men's Wives Bowling 62 "A" 224.
fairways has already joined the
League last week. The 130 aver- .. ..: ; Also Rlemenichnelder, FAETU, 225
2nd Lt. Robert
age lass had a 532 serf e s on Fowler Oper. Ord. 200; BiaettoW.4 club.

games of 165, 178, 189. "D", 208-200; Ocampo, X-3, 218; Ramella, Miller*-four-year star of Wash-

The Yellow Belles lead the tfll: ) VA-44 200; lemono, 679th, 218, Mullee, ington State's swimming team

league with a 25-11 mark while Supply "B", 219, Vantrot, Waves, 207 and now Ft. Lewis, Wash., was

the Tan Tigers are second witha ....- S Roche, ComFalr Jax "A", 204; and Porus presented the Soldiers Medal,

slate of 20-16. "STRETCH" STRETCHES-Reaching way up In Airsville VAP-62 "A" 212. highest Army peacetime honor,
Splits converted were the 5-10 is Jax Navy' Al Sheppard ((121 as he registers two points dur- X.3 Dlv. was represented by Ortega,
ing the contest last Thursday between the Fliers and Ft. Gordon for pulling a fellow pfficet from
by Dolores Grams.tof Tan Tigers who rolled 605, ComFalr Jax; "A"*. Hall
Saints at Mainside Jax shaky in the first
PMGC Navy,
death in treacherous river
recorded 615, while of VAP-62 sure a
and the 2-7 by Rosa Mayer ,of half, produced a fine second stanza offensive and defensive Haberly.
the Green: Hornets., ihow but was still downed by the Army crew, 9331. "A", .rolled 600. lined with ,large boulders.I. .

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lilr( : JAX : NEWS 17 December :::1

CPO NotesGeneral Yule Festivities Many Topics

Assembly meeting fore Were Not Always Available At
election of CPO Mess (Open)
Officers 130. was held December 2 at Allowed By Law M Film LibraryThe

Aviation Film Library In
"Doc-Homer" Umstead, HMC, Christmas is a time of re- ,
o NARTtf was ,elected presit. joicing, and Americans custom- Building 168, has received some
Tom Bauer, ADC, of VAP- arily think of it in terms of new ,films on subjects ranging
2, was elected vice-president Merry England festivitycarol, from religious themes to missiles
elr tenure of office will run singing, plum puddings, roasts and leadership.The .
from January 1 through June 30. on the fire, a glittering tree, .: films are excellent aids
of in training and moral guidancein
The Christmas Party for the heaps f presents. progress at various units a-
|benefit of some 100 underprivileged Yet one of'the oddest side- board the Station, reports library -
children of the Jacksonville lights in the history of the holiday officials.In .
I area will be Tuesday at 1100. is that at one time the Brit- addition to the films listed
Persons interested in assistingmay ish were forbidden by law to below, there's a stock of over
do so by being at the Club celebrate Christmas with good 3000 in the library and some
prior to this time. cheer. willing Tradevmen to assist you
Tickets for New Year's Eve Oliver Cromwell's Parliamentin in selecting the right film for
reservations $o .on sale today. 1644 passed an act that made your needs.
They' may be purchased at the all the traditional Yuletide fixin's New films' include: DMET in
4 Club or from any member of illegal. Roast a turkey or a fat Air Traffic Control; Full Pres-
the Advisory Group. goose for the holiday and you sure Suit, Mark} Four; Evidencein
CPO Wives Club held a family were a dead duck. You ended up o Court Martials, Documentaryand
covered dish supper last Monday before a glowering Puritan Judge <,''r 4 } '' Real Evidence; Effective
at the CPO Club which was fol- the next morning.Not r Naval Leadership-Challenge of
lowed by entertainment by pupilsof I (Switching); Ditching Techni-
only was rich food forbid-
__ ......
:;: 'nJ .
a local dancing school. den but Cromwell's regime made niques for Transport Aircraft;
"WHAT A BIG BEARD YOU HAVE"-Perhaps thinks liiite Jack Webb) Medical.
The dancers carried out the Christmas a day of compulsory The Code ( ;
Christmas theme by performing fasting. It was held to be strictly Barbara Jean Hollis, (left) as she sees Santa Claus for the first Defense Against Biologoical War
Hostess istmas Dream Story. a religious event at which any time last week at Navy Exchange Toyland. Brothers Randy fare-Basic Plan Against Attack,
for the night were show of light-heartedness or high (on Santa's lap) and Ricky were eager to tell bewhiskered SL and also Basic Plan After Attack;
'Mesdames H. C. Quade, spirits was nothing short of and Stenght of the Chain (Role
Christmas. Barbara to
Nick what they want for ,not wishing say
Bush and H. D. Lawrence. blasphemy. much, chose to stare at Sania's long white hair. of the Supervisor).

II I Schedule of Special Services Activities and Facilities for Dec. 17-23 I

MOVIES. Thursday Friday Saturday I Sunday I Monday Tuesday Wednesday

NAS Bldg. 612NATTCenIer 1800 & 2000 1800-2000 1800-2000 1400-1800-2000 1800-2000 1800 & 2000 1900 OnlyIt
Edge ofEternity Born To BeLoved Atomic Winchester "73" Counter Plot Gypsy And Started WithA
Submarine The Gentleman Kiss

Bldg. 563 1900 only 1900 only 1400-1900 1400-1900 1900 onlyWinchester 1900 onlvCounter 1900 only
But Not For: Me Edge of Eternity BornToBeLoved Atomic Sub. *73" Plot Gypsy&G'tlemanChristmas

Hospital 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 onlyAtomic 1900 onlyWinchester
Anatomy of.Mur But Not For Me Edge of Eternity BornToBeLoved Sub. "73" Party


h NAS. Bldg. 3NATTCent.r 0815-2100 0815-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100

Bldg. 5S3 0930-2100 0930-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100

Hospital 0800-1600 0800-1600 closed 1300-1700 0800-1600 0800-1600 0800-1600


NAS, Bldg. 655NATTCenter. 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100 1400-2100 Closed 1000-2100 "" 1000-2100

Bldg. 59)
1600-2200 1600-2200 1300-2300- 1300-2300 1600-2200 1600-2200 1600-2200

Blue Jackets Inn I \ 1630-2400 2000-2400 2000-2400 : 2000-2400 1630-2400 1630-2400 2000
The Red Coats John Jelinek Bingo

EM. NATTCenler 1630-2300 1630-2300 71630-2300
1630-2300 1200-2330 1400-2330 1400-2330 \
EM, NARTU: 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 Closed Closed 1130-1300
1630-2230 1630-2230 1630-2330 1630-2330 1630-2230

NAS Outdoor Pools Secured For Season I


NATTCenter Gym 1300-2100 1300-2100 1000-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100
1000-1600 OB 1000-1600 OB 1000-1600 OB 1000-16000B 1000-1600 OB
NAS Bowling 1600-2200 LB 1600-2200 LB 1300-2300 OB 1300-2 00 OB 1600-2200 LB 1600-2200 LB 1600-2200 LB
2200-2300 OB 2200-2300 OB 2200-2300 OB 2200-2300 OB 2200-2300 OB

NATTC Craft Shop 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 .I I 1300-16"30 1300-1630
1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100

Tennis Courts (Navy Ex.) 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark

Golf Course 0830-Dark 0830-Dark 0730-1800 0800-1800 0830-Dark 0830DarkClosed 0830-Dark

Fish Camp 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800hr..
Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Closed

Hobby Shop. Bldg. 838 0800-1630 0800-1630 Closed Closed, 0800-1633: 7" 0800-1630 0800-163)3):

Indoor Swimming Bldg. 614 1600-2000 1600-2000 1130-2000 1200-2000 1600-2000 1600-2000 1600-2000