Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 15, 1960
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Hot On.FEET Yard? NINE
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18 No. 41 8 U. S. HAS Jacksonville Fla. 13 December 1960
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PhqtQ vPcLrWFast LaJ r a ew li cY V Begun

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job In Traffic Reports

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'movie" team,
composed of two photo lab \t) NAS Jax has instUutel-Ksrhew f policy with regards to

photographers and fa\ public aff- uty traffic violations military personnelr'It was an-

inform_ ation). officer,l perform. nounced recently tfiroughJaXlnstr'uctitfh} 5560.9B.:. .
ed a near impossibl 4feat lash- The Traffic Control /'Officer
week, turning out a complet I J i f MeR will henceforth review all\pfft priyilege J'' boardAl e laval reservation -
film in than t violationfreportirre ; second subsequent
training | ss\ | duty traffic *
eight hours; |IJ j \,;"\ \\, 4VY ferred to him. n! offenses '*111 '1'cause permanent.
loss of driving 'privileges.PREVENTABLE
Lcdr. Ted Morgan] for
JPjq IN CASES which have resultedin
Patrol Squadron 16 was:given''a .. conviction in a 8civil court accidents or
other,serious infractions of traffic -
job by Naval Training Devlc! and in the case of loose where
Center at Staten Island N.Y.. of bond was forfcited or ,the individual /codes or regulations willbring
getting up a film Vrr P2V train- not tried lor some reason -' the following penalties,
lInt offense, 30 days suspensionof
ing.UNDER and where aU charges{ and *
NORMAL j jf drving| privileges aboard the
conditionsthis k
circumstances area set forth
Station second and subsequent
wouldn't be difficult, although detail, the Traffic Control Officerfvill ;
C offenses, three months
no mean task under
any take action authorized inN
circumstances.!\ what made Ott } ,. AS Jax Inst 5560.6B.Ifftertain sion. JjForTminor

even harder w, 4 that this was I cases;, theVrecommendeiTjpenalty infractions of traffic
moving time lit,: the squadron for first;offenses code and regulations (except

VP-16 left last week for des( ;; : as been increased. .. parking offenses) the first offense
ployment and was in th the
'MOVIE"CREW..FoU lng up pn the requeti'cf For mauslaughtcr, negligenthomicide
: privileges aboard the
of moving, and making plans to ,
Training Device Center fo ,-a minuteIntroductory/training .ftfbny .t involving /
move, a load ofequipmentl air' Vfilirf on the P2V>aircraft areJlhete ruovi.lfilm,pholograpers hit ands accident Driving vehicle Station. Secopx).and subsequent
Afrom :PHC,*and I. R. Fullerton.. PHI. run offenses will 30
craft and men. CT \ J the Photo Lab..S. E. Toy \ "rmg days sus-
The duo. along UhtLc ?T.ch Morgan. of VP-16 who wrote. under th.2 {influence of intoxicating pension. *
On top At this; Lcdr. Morgan produced and directed, the film did the entire movie take In liquor, dnitts, of narcotics A
had pracftcally" no time in whichto one working day..,The photographers themselves are shown the \"offense>i l 'bring THE INSTRUCTION also
get tliefilm ready. Naval filming a crew briefing. _____ is 2m gz thLRUSpeOf' driving points out the fact thjitV reportsof
Training, Devices Center needed ? traffic violations are received
, the film almost instantly to from law enforcement agencies
suppplement its P2V trainingaids AUTOMATION.=MOVj&S 'TEEK REST in other states juTS&ell as from 1
for its Mobile Training local civil and intmary autho'ri* 'I,
Units. 'DtJE AIR NEW. ties. /.

COMING TO Lcdr. Morgan'said IN ATM Yt2 > N'e x t wee k' Wi The Security Officer will re
in the film shooting depart- will b>the a ,issue for 1960. vsQwthese reports and issue
ment were two shutterbugs from Is automation to gel missiles The'paper takes,a two-weeks traffic tickets to the violator, who
the Fleet Air Photo Lab, S. E. into orbit, to get cars int<| motion( to operato bvens, i' vacation to allow for leave will i be required to appear in

Toy, PHC, and I. R:* FuIIerton, lights.doors'fc and now to g)\ato.bovles/ ff' /' for staff members.Publication Traffic Control Hearing.

PHI. \ Movies "at Mainside Theatre, m'inatl cashier'at date for next ra ,

After Lcdr. Morgan, whojer: that isl}A se4:operating turnstile ,I Theatre and/ insure/Mainside accurate week's issue frill be moved .
ved a stint as ServiceInformaPlease has been installed in the theatre, ahead one day)dQ.:December
price given. ()&R
( ( turn towage: 8... .CoO t'1)) located 'jn Building 12-/ I iF: paid&nd/( change 21. Copyj&deadline }will/b: Advisory
\thfl/ money... changing machineS lOOO Monday and deadline for
ChrisfmaSI\Feast\ THE NEW installation receivesone ,/and turnstile prove successful photos will b e' tomorrow
and which Team Due To
,1 dime one jiickel I and practical, similar installations := (Friday) at, 1300. //
f'I totals the admission price of 15 f rf '
srAnot \ I i. I are on the agenda for; Squadron and unit PIOs
all children ,
hert \ cents adults.for patrons, the NATTUnit TheatreTanotherfacility are urged to handMin'"soonallcopy Return TodayAL.pec1al.fOWrman..tearo

t ,and.''' ,.- they wlsh to have print-
Big ,d\mil IM! r \ Another pushbutton device of the Special Services' ed L before\ the New Year.r. .- from
1 has also been installed for those Department/I :; ; .- --- the Overhaul and Repair.Depart

Christmas dinner at mess halls who happen not to have the J<' e-- _' ment 9f Naval Air Station Jack
at tho "Naval Airy Station and correct change. Two new coin sonville's scheduled' return today -

Naval AirJ Technical \Training ethanging machines are now pafter a IS da'y mission to

Uni f\VlirfIrict"a ;plentiful.supplyof just inside the theatre various i Naval'activities in Europe

Excellent! food on the menu- available.. -' whej-!the am_assisted the Navyin
"'"'- ..
including! *> 'tha-traditionalXiare_ !i ftu _* A.of.._ ''_."-_'_.n coins: ---can____ t-)(-!-chan__H ._!ed__... corrosion control problems.
turke and ham. into four dimes and two nickels Comprising the eanrtre* Roy

All per&>authorized tc,subsist andl quarters can be changed AsSew Plf1n er and estimator,
bth9 general mess, Including into three nickels and one dime. :,aircraft mechanic general; ClydeII

those-drafting commuted ra- I YOUNGSTERS: and grownups :a n ley, aviation metalsmith;
{\ ll bcfl permiuedito have alike! can opCratethese new Martin Magee, leadingman painter -

guesis Jtor-thi dinner! iL .J pushbutton coin chlftigins...device 1- aircraft finish and insignia,

Eac pers n may phave his | and turnstile (See photo.) and Walt Morris, supervisory
wifevwl of this I hildrenAand Saturday Kiddie Matinee at '..itN materials engineer.

both hisparenty.1is cues If lie Mai rid e -'tUIJr e..ot.Jhario : 3 THE FOUR selected by O&R
has no member of;(hi\ imediatefamily ever, and much to relief So: r I Officer Captain T. B. Haley upon
he may have\ one""To2. th younger generation/ request of the Bureau of Wea-
family guest, either \ lady or. e'' new pushbutton! devices: Vons, departed from Philadelphia

gentleman. I of the world of automation*ell- December 1 for Germany, Italy
Meal tickets for guest* and for -.. and other points.

personnel on commuted. rations DBSFPayn en(, Due Vj I I The crew visited various Naval

are beirig,91d by cashiers art\ i Vfutual, Death Byiefit Society .II.,aviation activ \ties in Europe for
Mainstde'and NATTUnikmessalls embers: are I'reinidded: hat, As- 4 : purpose of giwig' instructions inspecting -
/ :
:startinglj j today throughp- .. I and'" 154. are V V I Ih aircraft' and, ;"providing
I cemberV24,* Curing noon! meal QW!.t4\10qrZl;; "V _* briefings relative: .": w corrosion

:servmg'hovriA..,1,.. ;, \! totatttor A >.tI\ : pre' nt1 TT nand correction' ** it i '-:*
Charges ai4 one, ofor\ civilIans two assessments+,must ]TpQ paid' 'by AUTOMATED MOVIESC-Phillip'Bun, ?' ;;//YOuni\\son/Of Navp4 '/This( i s!notthft i@t O&R
8p'cents;for' enlisted per- close of business orders 28 AL '"and Mri ,.George Burr. ! sonnel on'commuted,rations arjd :pLChec ck\or money :.h f ouidbe 'DeW ulonuUtevBiwJU Insklltd rtomtlyin'lht' ;wmacbines. quflted.bY (the '('Bureau of Wear -
60 cents fot; dependent children I f made payable> to;Enjpioyeer: 'j Jo>>i .J.pt. ahi ,MaIDII Thtatra' :;' *iastfhe'wew, _:cOU.... ''l,_. |IPiw* *./<'9.j.ige 21THREE
turn l
.under. 12 yearsvolk' I Mutual Death Benefit SoCi ty. & changing IJZI 'f

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IJtI. 5 Good Rules III oJ... V

C pt. James .. Reedy Commending Off\cef\
Comdr. Robert Nelson Executive Officer Q
NAB fly Hot Air kMviIU rrri 0 Don't buy pyronylln plait
tree or try to buy
>-* Cut growing doll, toy or non-fl.nrproofed
bar Adm. Kenneth Craig ______ Commander x"X one that haan'l dried out from cowboy oulto. etc Toy .
Capt. Grtytton H. W.ber __ Chief of Staff, fa.Ju ( THKTHKE ) prolonged lorage. (\\hen loo aced by alcohol, kerosene oper.dry or
Capt. Nikon l M. Hd :_ -_ Chief of Stiff, NAB Six X S Ire l.rnrhe are brittle GIFtS gasoline are especially danger
Fleet Air Win| Eleven s* ** and sled needle eailly.) cuss they may upset and et
Capt. Rtnfro Turner, Jr Commander Stand the \n* (In water or snow outdoor until )'ou'rO fire to children' clothing, the
Capt. Murlln W. Alley Chief Staff Officer\ ready to UM It Indoor tree or I* the bo.... llaelf.

Naval Air Technical Training Unit Bring the tree. Indoor just before ChrUtma Mil lake It Look for the Underwriter Laboratorlc label when buy.
Capt. Robert J. Fleming Commending Officer\ out a"lOOn afterward..'MlMll>lo. (December 26 li recom. log electrical toy*. This mean they hav been tested for
Comdr Marion K. Smith _. Executive Officer mended.) fire and shock hazards and may be Considered cafe if
Novel Hwerl.l The larger the Ire the greater the hiurd,so don't get ono properly bo"clledaDd maintained.
Cept. Wllllem L EngelmM Commanding Officer any larger than you need. Dart set up electric- trains or oplrll-futlcd toy under a.
Capt. John G. Feder .. Executive Officer:, Just before wiling up the. tree saw off the trunk at ml Qirlilmai tree. '
angle at least one Inch above the original cut.
Capt. f. H. Holt Commending" Officer Mac the freshly cut Ire trunk In water and keep lo,el of
Officer "*lcr al o,e the cut the entire lime Ibo tree U Indoor
Comdr. William Ml Miller Executive
(Check the water level at east one M day for absorption
and ) Don't allow amoktng near iKo
Printed commercially with non-epproprleted funds In Jacksonville, Florida .t no tree amidst decorations or pile.brrplaees *
expense to the government end In compliance with NAVEXOS p.IS Rev. July 1958. Support lh. Ire 'ell. Don't put It near sources of fallen heat and DON'T of rapplngs| hate plenty of
where, Handing or .
radiator etc. or FORGBT
Distributed free of charge to military end civilian personnel! of Fleet Air Jacksonville, It could block the way out of the room and out of the houae I aafe ...btr.)'. around and usothem.
Navel Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing II, Navel Air In mass ot lire I !'l
Reserve Training Unit end the U. S. Naval Hotpltel. Plan on what you must do If fire breaks out

Service Information Officer Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnlt Jr. Guard against flying spark from a fireplace with a sub

Assistant Service Information Officer Andrew H. Planey De not the rindle .n the tree stantlal screen and don't and decoration UM the fireplaoa to burn up
Editor-Gordon Robbie Feature Editor-Mat Spencer. JOl; Staff Reporten-Sendy er nearby where there U any Chrlstma wrapping
LtGUtlNG chance for an open flame I* Keep match**,Uhten and candle away iron,tiny hands.
Martinson, JOSN. Pho'ographer-Jov Beccerl, PH2.
contact the tree or combustibles Have water-type fire eitlngulahera that work, buckets of
The Jan Air Newt I I. a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Materiel piled beneath the tree. water or even your garden hose connected to a faucet,
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit li given. Photographs, Use only electric lI.balnlltl. that bear the I'L: (Underwitlinreacheftbetree..If Gre should strlk*,first get e"ery.
wnless otherwise( credited, ere offkl-1 t U. Navy Photographs writer'laboratories. ) label.! on. out of the house and then call the lire department

Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone extensions Cheek lIhtln.ItI'each year l...r..re u.tn .for frayed wire, Immediately before Attempting. to fight the! fire yourself.

8164, 656, 272 or 216 loose connection, and broken lockeU.B .
sure the fuse on the electrical circuit you WM U not
IllllitW ._,,!/L. \!. ever IS ampere. Cord sets with a fuse on the plug,bearing
'Z ti r.'t4. y, VL label are available.

If any eiten.lv holiday wiring U planned call a conp
tent electrician don't try to do It yourself unless you are ft
10 qualified.
Don't plug too many cord Into on*outlet.

Mk certain tht all Ire* lighting, If turned off Wore ,
retiring or leaving th*boo*. bDon't /
; /#
.\ _____
(( wrappings \
let Christmas
accumulate In the home) place .ft
DECORATIONS them In your metal covered i'T
> .nd WRAPPINGS trash barrel or burn them lit J Ru 4s ,
your Incinerator as soon aspossible.
iT' ,

jI .i.i.a UM non-combuitible material(metal,|1au,..be.tOl.etc.) ,
to decorate th* home for Christmas wherever po* lble.
Then you must UM combustible Material, be cur they
.. are ...eproofed," particularly If they are la be any.
:: where near the tree. ,

I Untreated. cotton batting, paper and certain cloth costuming -
,..1II1nl.* easily and burn with great Intensity soar 't
unless they're ".._proofed..* Santa. Claua.whUker.
bees caused Christmas tragedle)be cure Ute,''*"flame-
proofed loo.

TabulatmgM&fcMne Unit l I. .E ,
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FAW-11 CHIEF RETIRES. J. Mullen. ADC (center) Performs Vital Tasks

retires ,from the Naval service upon completion of 20 years Sunday, December 18

active duty during a ceremony last week conducted by Comdr. As you enter Room 130 at the headquarters of the Naval ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL
T. C. Deans, (right). Looking on is, Mullet's wife Marjorie. Air
Technical Training Unit there is bustle of of Worship.
Prior to retirement Muller served as Maintenance CPO for a activityevident. 0830-
FAW-11. When asked what advice he could offer men nearing 0930-Sunday School, three-
the end of their lint enlistment the veteran chief replied that Where other offices may resound able to adjust its training to the year-olds through adults Build-

it's hard to beat the Navy for a satisfying career. with the clackety-clack of variety of people who come Ing 722; Adult Bible Class, Small

typewriters, this room Is filled through each school.
When You Retire Chapel.
with the quiet "zack-zack" of The major function of TMU, 0930 Service of Worship.

Break With Your Old Life various FOR HERE other is machines.the TMU, which that records of, is maintaining just as fascinating scholastic as 1830 1100--Teen-Age Service of, Senior Worship.High

stands for Tabulating Machine the evaluation.IN and United fellowship of Protestants -

Unit. Few people -are aware this FOUR punch cards, com- Building( 722 and Small

Not Always Wisest Course"When unit even exists. parable in size to a Navy paycheck Chapel.,

TMU has a staff of eight per- TMU can store about as s e

sons, seven enlisted men and one much Information as is stored in
I retire, the wife and I are going to start a new Wave, i in addition to one chief the average service record. ,ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL

life, probably some place abroad. Our kids will be on their I petty officer and two officers.; The Unit I..... I 0830 ,and 1000-Sunday Mass.
own by then, and we figure we've"got it coming to us.." The group's main function Is oo equipment: which .0.
It chief can locate within a matter of
was a Navy talking LUKE'S CHAPEL0615Confessions.
maintenance of scholastic records ST.
and he voiced the sentiments of chance of living to 75. People and statistics. Aside from seconds all record cards of per .
at 65 at least another keep- sons whose service number has .
many people. But there are cer- can expect Ing records a
on each student'sscholastic five 0630-Mass.,
tain pitfalls in his reasoning.DO 13 years and even these achievements as its third digit 9301015ava Club.
HE AND his wife really life expectancy rates are on the has in important role, also Unit to show It can which separate all cards that 1030- Protestant Worship

want to abandon the pleasant persons have a ca-
play In Science
rise.So the various vity in the Christian
social relationship built up you retiring in the prime data. lar if that third left upper mo- Tuesdays, 1900f Small Chapel

through years in the service? Do of life have every reason to enjoy LET'S SUPPOSE, for example needed., information was ever .

they really want to be geogra- many iong and satisfyingyears that ,a test has just been given JEWISH SERVICES
remote from their chil- amid familiar to The function of the .
phically scenes and 30 students in a class. The Tabulating Small Chapel, between All
dren? among old friends. school wants to find out what Machine Unit is vital in any Saints_ and St. Edward's Chapels.

The expense of travel back to Travel is a fine thing butdon't parts of pie test were ,most diffi- training command. TMU works Wednesday 1500 Religious
together ,
the States the possibility of cult with the schools
plan on stretching it into for the average student and to promote School.
loneliness or boredom in a foreign what'parts need Improving.TMU better teaching and under-
exile least 2015-Adult Education Class.
voluntary at not standing of the
land-these certainly haveto has special equipment subjects vital to service.
be kept in mind by persons without weighing the chance that, that automatically records these defense of the country. Friday, 2000-Worship
I Shabbat.
looking forward to a break with you and your wife may end up facts. By simply feeding the completed -Oneg.

the past. Your "new life" might drifting purposely, having osi' tests into one machine, the

prove a letdown after you and your old friends without makingnew it's possible to tell which ques- THIS/ WEEK'SBRAINTWISTER "Well, madam" beamed we've got
your wife have burned your tion was hardest whether' psychiatrist, I think

bridges behind you. : ones. worded wrong and whether there was / / your"kleptomania under control

Remember life no longer begins were other faults with it. It can now
Tom is smiled
WORDS OF WISDOMLet 126 feet behind The gratefully
also tell whether Jerry. .woman
at 40. According to a recent a student hada But
booklet issued by ,the De- 'tis not be too' ParttcitlarrIt little extra help in one form or Jerry is running can run 11 feet while and got up to leave.
nine feet. doctor,
partment of Health Education Is better id Have: !old second' another. many feet must Tom How "However, warned the a

and Welfare, sf; starts ,at 65. hand Diamonds thari'none at alL 'B using the. statistics avail- overtaking Jerry run before "if you feet yourself having
? those
'A SO-YEAH-OLD has an even . Mark Twain. able by TMU, i4 'school is thus (Answer on relapse, pick me up one of
Page 4)) little transistor radios, will /ou7"

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15 Dc xnb r 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Page Jdo

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; :.f1/.S/ ; ,Jli11lRj&'rt.j" / / ; 1 9.v k U. S. Savings

: ; ; t
r- 8 Bonds Make

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Born November II were four tiny tot, ,
Including Reginald Alan, to Elmer Morris, E Great Gift
GMt, and Mrs. Morris; Christopher Bruce, ,
to Chandler White, HN, end Mrs. White;
Elizabeth Dee to Frank Radar), EM2, end Financial statements rarely
Timothy Paul, to U. and Mrs. George I; bear the date of December 25,

Buechle. at least in our free western
Four births were alto recorded Nov M
vember 12. They were those of Harry society where Christmas is

Keith, to Harry Hooker, AT2, and Mrs. observed.
Hooker Curtis Jay, to Alfred Jones, Out If the Treasury Depart-
SFM1, and Mrs. Jones Barbara Jean
; to
ment should to makean
Homer Goodwin AE1 I, end Mrs. Good happen
win, and Gall Merle, to Maurice Gold- accounting on this Chrsitmas
Ing, CS2, and Mrs. Golding. 1960, it would show an all-tima
Births of November 13 were those of high' in the ownership of United
Janet Eileen, to Gerald Harvey, AN, and :
States Savings Bonds by the
Mrs. Harvey Lori Jeanean, to Larry
Wooten, AE3, and Mrs. Wooten Randy American people. And that factis

James, to James Brockner, PN3, and Mrs. not at all out of keeping with

Brockner William Kenneth Jr. to William ___.._ ...____.._____._________.__.nn____.. I the spirit of Christmas.
Callahan, AA, and Mrs. Callahan, and
,John Thomas, to John Lyklns, HN, end NARTU ADVANCES LARGE NUMBER-Twenty-two enlisted men of the Natal Air Reserve SAVINGS BONDS are far more
Mrs Lyklns. Training Unit here advanced in rate as a result of faring well in the Fleetwide competitive than certificates of indebtedness.
Born November 14 Kenneth exams. Front row, (left to right) J. A. Nelson ADC G. W. Mostburg, AMI, S. H. Braxtil. PN3. belief
were symbol of the
E. Cutcher. AK2. E. E. Blair AB2 W. G. Salrtr, They are a -
Brian, to AS/Sgt. and Mrs. Kenneth Patterson R. W. Lemke, AT2, L. A.'Yeomans, YN2 A.
Lowell Benjamin| III, to ASgt. ADJ3, and P. R. Valdes. ADJ3. Rear E. E. Leach. AE2. J. W. Elledge, AMS2 M. S. Cheiser. of a free people in them-
and Mrs.; Lowell Parkerson" Jr. Martin ATN3. R. F. Grlswold AD2, J. Jordan. AMI. R. B. Lynch AMH2, R. J. Reynolds, ADI,and R. selves, in their heritage, in their
; A close look shows 17 In the photo. The missing five reportedto
Phipp Jr., to Ensign, and Mrs. Martin V. Bennett AMS2. only men were country's future. Ther are an
be for the next test.
Hanson, and Gail Frances, to Frank studying expression of good citizenship, of
Sheehan, AOC, and Mrs. Sheehan.
.November 15 births were those of good family life.
CHECKUP IS Civilian Cafeteria
AUTO Even people who don't buy
Donne Lynne, to Clinton Larson, Jr.,
EN2, and Mrs. Larson; Sheila Rae, to Sets Special MealThe bonds for themselves through the

James Collinsworth, CS3, and Mrs. Col- Civilian Cafeteria has I year often choose them as family -
linsworth; Terl! Lynne, to Perlum Moy, NEEDED IN WINTERWinter's I Christmas gifts.
announced Grandparents -
a special preholiday -
CS3, and Mrs. Moy; Deborah Ann, to
Albert Rutland, AMS3, and Mrs. Rutland; on the move again and before warm weather luncheon will be avail- find particular satisfactionin

Cynthia Sue, to Lt. and Mrs. Richard returns to north Florida, well over 5,000,000 stalled motorists able tomorrow (Friday.) it. A growing gift for a grow-
Field, and Mary Ann, to John Burkholder The luncheon will be pricedat ing child makes good sense, and
HMI, and Mrs. Burkholder.Nils will be sending out SOSs to garages and service stations
Hugo, born to Hugo Pearson Jr., throughout the country. The trouble In each case-car won't 87 cents' and will consistof if it also happens to plant the
AE1 and Mrs. Pearson, headed the list start. the following: stuffed fried seed of thrift it is doublyvaluable. -

of births on November 16. Others born You be able to keep oft of starting failure here are shrimp, french fried potatoes, .

this date Included Kimberly Ann, to may road service list either badly worn or pitted buttered peas, cole slaw, roll Some people are oddly self-
and Mrs. Bedwell Susan garage's
L/Corpl. Wylie your
; breaker points and faulty con- and butter fruit and conscious about showing pat-
Lynn, to John Clifton, A02, end Mrs. this winter by heeding advice of pudding
Clifton, and Ernest Dall Jr., to Corpl. service engineers of a large au- densers. The distributor cap also coffee, tea or cold drink. riotism. When they buy Savings
and Mrs. Ernest Whitt. should be checked for cracks and This special will be offeredat Bonds-and they do, Just the
Rounding out the list were three birthson tomotive supply company.Here's corrosion at the terminals. the main cafeteria in Build- same as the rest of us-they do
November 17, Including those of a handy check list for
and the it or they do, strictly on
ing Two at Supply say
Elaine Wilson, ADI,
Connie to Harry you to follow: COIL-If this is weak, chancesare
and Mrs. Wilson; a baby girl, to Lt (flg) BATTERY There's more to it will get progressively Dept. canteen cafeteria and their Investment merits.
and Mrs. Ralph Halverson, end e baby on the mobile unit. l IN TROUBLED times like
girl, to Anthony Musco, ATC, and Mrs.Musco. checking a battery than removing weaker until eventually the car these, it's comforting to reflect I
the caps and checking the I may not start. Have mechanic ,
that our bond dollars
are dong{
water supply. Tell your serviceman 'check coil output. Also, be sure Navy Wives Nursery some good for 'Uncle Sam too.They're 4
to check the battery witha he checks to see that the con Enrollments
FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION Taking helping to keep the
If the is hooked Improper -
hydrometer. specific properly up.
Registration openings are now economy sound, which is the
gravity readings are low, the hook up of leads can
available for the second semesterat solid foundation of our national

Reguar meeting of Yukon battery should be recharged and hike amount of voltage requiredto the Navy Wives Nursery to strength.The .
of the low readings fire the spark plugs by 45
Branch 126 of FRA is slated for the cause start January 3. peace of the world restson

tonight (Thursday) at the meet- determined and corrected.If percent. Parents of children ages three, a strong America. At Christ-

ing hall, 4530 120th St. in Yukon, battery condition appears SPARK PLUGS- Have these four and five are encouraged to mastime, the season of peace,

starting at 2000. doubtful, have the mechanic test cleaned and regapped, or re- register their children for Junior Investing in the future with Sav-

Guests are expected to be to see if the cells are weak. Also, placed if necessary. Plugs shouldbe and Senior classes. ings Bonds seems like a pretty

Capt. R. J. Fleming, commanding have him remove all corrosion removed and serviced at :Tuition per child is $12 a month: good idea.Keep .

\ officer of NATTUnit; Cong. from the battery terminals and least every 5,000 miles and re- For further information call ex- .

Charles E. Bennett, honorary lubricate them so the corrosion placed at 10,000 miles. Besides tension 368. i Your Khakis

member of the branch, who will won't reoccur. wasting gas, worn plugs are sure ,

speak at the meeting, and Comdr. VOLTAGE REGULATOR: to cause hard-starting which will Medic: "Is there any insanity Navy Cautions Men

Robert M. Nelson, NAS Jax Make sure this is adjusted properly cause the starter to work over- In your family?"

executive officer. Also guests If it isn't, it may not allow time and may even result in Pvt: "There must be they Navy officers and chiefs are

will be AE "B" School class 60- the battery to charge sufficiently complete starting failure. keep writing me for money." khaki being warned uniforms.not to If discard the khaki their

or may let it overcharge. _._
49.A uniform is eventually droppedas
Christmas turkey shoot is a service uniform there will
-Chances are that if the car
for Saturday from 0900
planned i be at least a three-year wearout
to sundown at 6670 103rd St., is fairly new, you won't have period.A .

one-half west of Blanding Blvd. trouble here.If Navy spokesman said that
shotguns only will be your car is more than two
12-gauge the men who wear khakis will
used. A donation of one dollar years old have the mechanic have time to wear out what they
hot with 12 shooters /will check condition of the 'brushesand
per have and have time to purchasemore
comprise each contest. commutator. Badly worn before the uniform is ban-
.5. brushes will reduce efficiency of

these parts and should be replaced ned.The
Santa Claus is not Navy Uniform Board will
the jolly gentleman from the 'to ensure' efficient opera-
meet sometime this month at

North Pole. This year, a number tion.DISTRIBUTOR the earliest. If a decision is
of'needy; families in Jacksonvillewill Main causes
reached it still has to be reviewed
see him in the form of career S -7 by both the Chief of

and retired Navy or Marine Carol Program To Naval Operations and the Sec-

members ot Branch 91. q SLIC'7ivt w' sffi. retary of the Navy before a plan
Be Held On Carrier ..
rro' .
The branch is due to distribute :. iWS. can be drawn up for a' changeover. -

food packages to a score of The time-honored custom of .

needy families starting Satur- Christmas caroling receives new
Because of the administration
I treatment this when a carol
year .R f. li
day.A changing in January, the possibility -
shoot is also is held on the flight
turkey plannedby program ? <: of any decision of bluesas
deck of the carrier ShangriLaat
Branch 91 for Saturday,
a year-round uniform before
starting at 0900. Proceeds from Mayport NS at 2000 Christ- ,+, (SrrJ spring seems remote.

this and other enterprises. will mas Eve.

go to help the food package pro Congregations from churchesin
gram. the Beaches area have been tY, fie S:3- TIDE TABLEHIGH

Branch 91 has invited all invited to take part in the pro- GOOD PROMOTION PERCENTAGE the seven chief petty LOW

members to attend the regular gram. officers of Patrol Squadron 30 who took part in the examination A.M. PAL A.M. P.M.

Saturday night dances at the Tickets to enable civilians to for promotion to grade E-8 in August four of them hare Fri. 5:43: 6:03: 12:00: ::-
I L. T. Barco Jr. commanding officerof
Comdr. :
club from 2000 to 2400. Music is get on the base are being issued been VP-30.selected extended congratulations to the quartet* from Sat. 6:36: 6:57 1211 ..J2:52

by ,the Four Cougars;; admissionis I by the Shangri-La's chaplain's left, J. M. Sheppard AOC A. E. Dn a. AMC (P-1)), M. F. Sun. 7:28 7:49 f 1:Ol 1:43

75 cent-j. office through Beaches churches. Jones,. ADC and G. H. Little, ATC.

'. ,:-. .. n ', . '. .

I 4' 1'5' -

page' JAX AIR. NEWS Decsmb.r.196OBattle' .. 1

Against Traffic Messhall Focal .

Point Of Life

I) Accidents Fought HereIn <', At NATTUnitThere's

Detroit this! week, automotive engineers are studying ; ::" an old cliche that "An

ways to protect customers from their, product. Not only Is :.': Y.\ '< "' army travels on its stomach" {

this a humane enterprise but it's also good business-dead which may be true for that t

drivers do not buy automobiles. branch of the service but it ap- *

In Florida this week, high plies equally as well to ,the Navy. I
ranking Naval officers have a or not, he's dead. And this is no more apparent '

similar problem on their hands Detroit placed about 200- than among students and per-

-how to elevate Jacksonvillefrom horsepower under the hood of manent personnel at the Naval I

an "accident-prone" area his car and production line Inspectors \ Air Technical Training Unit. 1

to one that is safe for Navy and witnessed its purring Messhalls at NATTUnit, which j 1

Marine Corps drivers.A power. The man's commanding come under jurisdiction of the

FEW DAYS ago, another officer had no idea that this man I NAS Jax Commissary Officer, '

Navy man died in an automobile would lose his life on the high Lcdr. L. E. Sutherland, daily '

accident in Jacksonville.His way when liberty was granted. serve more than 900 Navymen f

crime? JACKSONVILLE police, the and 500 Marines.

Simple. He was at the wrong coroner, undertaker and the F It takes five cooks per watch J

place at the wrong time. At fault dead man's bereaved family and and 82 messmen to perform variety 'E

friends are also witnesses-after of tasks necessary to feed 1 t

the fact the large number of men.. 1

If Va'Ask His final witness, in, this life, CWO Eubert Lloyd, Assistant 1 1
Commissary Officer for NAS
is an addition on a page of
statistics. Jax, emphasized that persons ser- *1
Us ving at NATTUnit messhalls I'
Here's what these statisticsadd
have a number of jobs to do, '
up to: over the past 10
What do you traditionally haveas enabling each man to acquire '(
months than twice
more as
the 'main dish' for Christmas I varying skills. '1
many Navy persons were eitlier
Day dinner and what are you I "It is of great importance thata
killed or injured in traffic accidents '
having for this Christmas? man realize the value of a )1
in Florida than in any of
That was the question asked of the other six Southeastern states ONE YARD-These two men meal that is not only properly 1 I
persons aboard the Station this from NATTUnit refute an old prepared but one that is also >r
that make up the Sixth Naval belief
week by the Jax Air News roving as they show proof that served in an appetizing manner," <(
District. P.x'ss three feet equals( ) more than
reporter. one yard. Two size 14AAAA commented CWO Lloyd. !
Florida had 28 killed
"We always have turkey with Navymen feet of H. D. Lawrence, AEC, To adequately ,serve all persons t!
and 154 injured while its closest (left) and one size 4FFFF
all the trim- the messhall is allotted 't
"competitor," South Carolina, Dedal appendage of E. A.
) mings. We have racked up 12 killed and 75 injured Chamberlain, AE1 shows this staggering amounts of food. For 1 t
) ils to be true. In above photo.Chamberlain's example, dinner last Thanksgiving -
all the inlaws the ;
over 10-month period.
s 1 small foot (left) saw some 1000 pounds of I
over for Christ- Alabama was low with two dead >d E: and Lawrence's oversized foot
4 a ; sa and 18 injured. f 'i t ax are on closeup display. roast turkey, along with 300 i t
s T mas Day din t t< pounds of baked ham being ser- I

a 4 ner. This tradition WHILE THE Navy-wide aver- FAETU'S Training ved. Also, 250 pounds of shrimp 1 I

origin- age of automobile deaths and 3 S cocktail and 400 pounds of fruit i(
ated from injuries last year was the lowest salad.
my : Films Are ListedHere
since 1950, the death toll in the
side of the Needless to say, but well to 1
,_ Sixth Naval District rose films ''available
'ftIt. I over are more '
emphasize, the messhall is a focal
gnD i c
rvngni muiuy
that of 1958. Already the first for checkout from the FAETU
.I Wright, ,
NAMTG. point of life at NATTUnit, as it ]I
,10 months of 1960 terrible fbk Film Library.
,, present a
"We usually ; 9s'sc is at all Naval installations. ]I
have picture of highway slaughter Operation Sunshine-MN 8936
turkey fordInneron
among Navy and Marine -This reviews the first under
Psychiatrist: "So you think lyou're
Corps water the USS
Christmas i personnel.In polar passage by a dog?"
Day the Sixth Naval District Nautilus. 14 min., b&w. I
but we just Man: "Arfarfl"Psychiatrist
finished alone the death toll so far this AFIF No. (The Code) MD
turkey "How have ,
year is 25 per cent higher than 6962 CM-Jack Webb takes the : long J
hash left over the whole of 1959. And with the U.S. fighting man's code and you been thinking you're a dog?" I

from Thanks- holiday season coming up a grim NATTU Pair describes each part in detail 29 Man:" "Ever since I was a (

giving last record may be in the making. min., b&w. puppy. 1J JI

night. So, this While, throughout the Naval I

....".. ...- --- Service, the overall number of Refutes 3 0 I (
'"" we ai C
baked ham." conway Mrs. accidents is decreasing, the' per-
having Nancy 3i.
I Conway. Stock Clerk, Country centage of facilities is increasing.For Feet In Yard"Three i. IJ

Store. example: in 1950 the aver-
age was seven deaths for each feet make one yard." r

_...."Mommy.....fixed. : a turkey, dinner 100 persons injured, while in Maybe, but this statement has h .

last yearwhen 1959 the rate was 10 fatalitiesfor been disproved by two NATT
we were every 100 injured. This Indicates Unit men. E. A. Chamberlain .S 3,. \

in Japan dur that as an instrument of AE1, a student at AE School and t: t't t

ing Christmasbut death, the automobile is becoming H. D. Lawrence, AEC, instructorat i

this year more lethal. the same school, have rather f

C'taC' : y: we are havinga unusual size feet.Chamberlain N -
ham dinner. Some other statistics: passen- '
automobiles for wears a size .A
ger account an
But I would 4FFFF. Lawrence has a little
.. overwhelming 74 percent of injury -
like to havewatermelon admissions to Naval hos- larger foot as he takes a

be- pitals, while 12 per cent can be 14AAAA. Thus together three of

jonnsion .....-.......-....... ..Ha.- .WI'.v" blamed on motorcycles. The remaining these feet add up to more thana

favorite." Pam Johnston, four- 14 percent can be laid yard.

and-a-half year old daughter of to other'types of accidents. Sat "All of our shoes have to be

Capt. and Mrs. James D. Johnston urday and Sunday are the two special ordered," said the duo.

679th ACWS."I most dangerous days to be on "It has been a really big pro

like baked ham the best the road, while Wednesday blem all our lives to get shoes."

for the main dish along with seems safest. Lawrence had to dye his
brown civilian shoes black whenhe
candied yams, SOME OF THE above facts S
came in the, Navy. '
cranberry :
were taken from "Statistics of
sauce, stuffed Chamberlain has always had b
celery, hot rolls Navy Medicine," an enclosure to to buy "little boy shoes." Since I

BuPers Notice 5101 of Sept. 20 he has been in the Navy he gets
and about a
1960. the shoes through special order
gallon of cof- from the Hospital. It takes about
The enclosure also states that
fee. We have tint
this just about "; "In the Marine Corps, personnel 18 months. t {

stationed at Camp LeJeune and Both men report that odd size
every year for Camp Pendleton had the largest :3ek :: 'k o fk a tdDto 3wbt >tifalwY I feet are quite common in their
Christmas Day number of automobile accidents. GIVES UP GAVEL-Capi. J. Henry Etler. (standing, right)
,-- -- ...- respective families. NAS Jax Public Works Officer, hands over gavel used during
dinner ana we nicks Among Navy activities there
having it this also." Lawrence's young son is already his term as president of the Society of American Military Eng
are, year concentrations air .
were at many ineers. Jacksonville Chapter. Capt. Etter is presenting gavel 10'firsl
Freeman Hides SMI. StationMAA stations, the largest occurring in experiencing the problemsof vice-president Howard Randall who accepts for the in.

the Jacksonville area. i special order shoes. coming president Col. Julian V. Sollohub, of the Corps of. Eng
ineers, who was unable to be present at the ceremony.* ..


T" )

15 Etecombw 1960. JAX AIR NEWS Pag 5

.. _' 'H ,. .. I

:I":,lIa'I1.Ii.,,' !',. ; '\ J.-.' "'S.') OVERSEAS GOODS PURCHASE Only 9 Days

: tn-er ; I TO BE CUT BY MILITARYThe Left To Shop

Members of Jax Navy Wives purchase 0 f foreign sonnel could be procured until canceled or adjusted as appropriate -
Club No. 86 have voted to extend For HolidayOnly
goods by nonappropriatedfunds U.S. products were obtained. in accordance with
a life membership in activites related to mili- applicable law unless a mon-

NWCA to Mrs. Alice Meyer, tary services was prohibited "When the procurement from etary loss, not including profit nine shopping days
the United States of items not
local parliamentarian and Natio- world-wide December 1. from sales, will result to the remain until Christmas. Nine
essential the health and
nal Treasurer. DEFENSE SECRETARY non-appropriated fund activ- days to purchase presents for
welfare of is not
Charitable contributions ap- Thomas Gates' memorandumon personnel ity, Mr. Gates said. mom, dad, husband or wife,
proved at the December meet- feasible, Secretary Gates said, or for the son or daughter in
the ban of the purchase of
In where loss wouldbe
ing of the Club include $10 to "requests for exceptions shouldbe cases the service-if you are among
foreign goods was accord- will
substantiated in detail to incurred, the contracts
Muscular ,Dystrophy, $2 to the ance with instructions issued the late shoppers.
include dollar expenditures be terminated as soon as prac-
Tuberculosis Foundation, and by President Eisenhower to Not only can you buy the
$150 for the purchase of Christ- involved." tical and no new contracts or newest up-to-date toys for the
halt the flow of U.S. gold into for foreign goods
mas baskets for needy Navy foreign markets. He said perishable food- entered agreements into. children but presents can also

families.In THE MEMORANDUM did stuffs may be purchased with- be wrapped professionally here"

line, with this year's natio- say, however, that interim out reporting, but that their In his memorandum to' the at the Navy Exchange.

nal theme of peace, $50 has been procurement of items of sub- procurement "should be under service secretaries, Mr. Gates THE GIFT Wrapping Depart

granted by club members for sistance and other commod- constant review to favor U.S. instructed them to report to ment is another facility of the

the Hope Peace ship giving ities which could not be immediately purchases when practical." him later this month with a Navy Exchange available to ser-

medical aid and instruction to bought from U.S. CONTRACTS OR agree- "list of actions" they had takento vice personnel and is located at

people in ,the Far East. source and were essential to ments now in force for pur- carry out the provisions of I the County Store, Building 594.

The Club's Christmas Party the health and welfare of per- chase of foreign goods will be his memorandum. Toys can be purchased at Toy-
for children is scheduled to be land, Building 554 in the

held Sunday at 1400 in the club- NATTUnit area. Toyland is dec-

house in Dewey Park. Each par- Post Office Sets L orated in keeping ,with the sea-
ent attending should bring a gift
i son and is well stocked with
bearing his child's name.A __ teens.
New Hours For toys for ages from tots to
reception honoring Mrs. All the latest toys for little

Meyer and Mrs. June Shaver, girls to not so little girls and
Christmas RushHours
Printing and Distribution Chair- toys for boys of all ages are

man for National Navy Wives available at this Navy Exchange
of operation for post
Clubs of America, was held last facility.
office facilities aboard the Sta-
Saturday in the clubhouse. Capt.
and Hospital Navy
tion will be found as flexible as Mainside
and Mrs. James R. Reedy and
offer the latest rec-
possible this with the main Exchanges
members of sister clubs at May-
radios watches,
objective to accommodate per- ord players, ,
port and Cecil Field were guests. jewelery, and
sonnel with their Christmas cameras, luggage,
Departing club chaplain, Mrs. mail. household articles to list only ,a

Hazel Goellner, was honored at few for the adults on the Christ-
the NAS
Today and Friday,
the December business meeting.
Jax Main Post Office will be mas list.
Hostesses were Mesdames Irene open from 0830 to 1630. It will FOR THE loved ones overseas,
Burton, Sally Cottrill, Betty t
beautiful fruit packages can be
remain open, however, until all'I
Cunningham and Barbara Raab.A .
customers in lobby at 1630 have purchased at Hospital Navy Ex-

nominations committee has been served. change and mailed for you.

\. been formed, including Mes- The hours of postal operations' In fact, all preparations for

dames Elma Everoskl, Ellerj aboard the Station Saturday will the oncoming Christmas season

Day, Nancy Wernet and Barbara be 0830 to 1300 and one man can be done on Station premisesas

Driscoll. will stand by until all customersin Canadian Spruce trees are

lobby have been served. being sold at the tennis court,

Adm. Peltier Receives Monday through Friday of _i_.____n Yorktown Avenue.

Public Works Award next week, Station post office GIFT WRAPPING SERVICE-Presents that will go under Personal gifts such as clothes,
facilities will be open from 0830 the Christmas tree can be gift wrapped at the Country Storein also be pur-
Washington (AFPS) Rear Mrs. and toiletries can
t- Building 954 during the Christmas shopping season.
Adm. E. J. Peltier, Chief of the to 1630 but, again, will remain Betty Caruihers Navy Exchange employee, measures paper chased at the Retail Store.
Bureau of Yards and Docks and open until all customers have from one of many reels of beautiful wrapping paper. This is one Clothes are on display for the

Chief'of Navy Civil Engineers, been waited on. of the many holiday season services offered by the Exchange. youngest in the family to, ,the

has been chosen one of Amer- Saturday, December 24, post i I oldest and all are of fine quality.

ica's Ten Top Public Works Men- offices aboard the Station will Chiefs To Host Needy I TONIGHT (THURSDAY) the

of-the-Year by the American remain open from 0830 to 1200 Navy Exchange Retail Store at

Public Works Assn. only. Parcels, will be delivered Mainside and' Navy Exchange

The admiral received a plaque'I Christmas day to persons livingin Youngsters At PartyThe Toyland will both be open until

recently during a week desig- housing areas ony. 2000.

nated by President Eisenhoweras Main post office in Jackson chief officers Both Navy Exchange stores
National Public Works Weekto ville will be open from 0730 to Christmas party sponspred by will also be open the following
and master at NAS Jacksonville, an annual high
1730 December 12 through 20 22. The
pay "tribute to the public Thursday, December
works engineers and adminis- but on Friday, December 16, spot of the Yuletide season here, will be held Tuesday at Hospital Navy Exchange Retail

trators of the Nation and the will remain open from 0730 to the CPO Club. clothes, is composed of Paul Store will remain open until

important work which they per- 2030. It will be open this Satur- Some 100 needy children in Herron; Joe Devita, of VP-30; 2000 on December.

form." day from 0830 to 1700. Duval County will be guests of W. W. Guhl, PNC, of NAS Jax; This Saturday, December 17,
the chiefs and master sergeantsfor
Jim Welch, DKC, NATTUnit, and all stores will be open until 1300
: : the day and the wishes of Bob Bray, PNC, also of NATT- and also the following Saturday,
the youngsters will reign su-
Unit. December 24.Something .

fr __ supreme.THE POWERS-to-be behind Comprising the toy committeeare for everybody can

GySgt. Manny Morrow of be purchased at the Navy Ex-
this year's party have raised
$2200 with aid of a benefit car- MAD Supply; Phil Rheim, HMC, change Retail Stores or Toylandbut while

nival which was held November of the Hospital; Al Schott, ADC, be sure and shop early

19 by members of the Chief Pet- of NARTU, and 1st Sgt. Hal Hig- the ''shelves are still stocked,

ty Officers Mess Open and also gins, of Marine Barracks.A officials warn.NATTU .

with assistance and contribu- helicopter is due to arrive

r's; tions of civilian concerns. with a cherished passenger Small StoresTo

Approximately $22 will go to aboard, Santa Claus. The be- Close For HolidaysThe
each child in the form of cloth- met by the children in the field
Clothing and Small Stores
and food. Names of around 0930.
ing, toys:
513 at
in Building
THEY WILL all then to Issue Room
children to attend the party are go
supplied by the Duval County the club dining room where NATTUnit will be closed from
v .. .. 0900 tomorrow (Friday) to 0900
( ; :; Welfare Agency. All needy Santa will assist in' serving a'
youngsters, their ages range bountiful meal to the young January 9.
After'' this he will dis- The C&SS Issue Room in
from six to 12 years. guests.
wel- tribute the and clothing. Building 953 at Mainside will remain -
furnished the toys
The list by ,
&IJ edaiskwKBOOT "
\ 111
[tl@a\T-; for normal operation
also contains what Arranging the helicopter open
CHIEFS OF A-U-Belng on deployment doesn'tdeter fare people
from any ceremonies given for men being promoted to each child needs in the clothingline transportation for Santa is J. ,J. during this period.Braintwitter. ,

chief petty officer. The two in center foreground above made and what he or she desiresin Remenchus, ADC, of VU-10.
chief last month while with VA-44 on deployment at NAS Guan-
Four buses with (
gas furnished}
C. toys.
tanamo Bay, Cuba. With promotion certificate at left is J.
Kelley ADCA. with Uvaldo Carla ADCA. going through ritual. THE CLOTHING committee by Special Services, will pick 693 feet. Tom gain? two feet

At far left is judge Lcdr. C. E. Busby ,with Jim Clark ADC formed to coordinate the pur- up and take home the children while running 11 feet; divide 126
(center rear) the defense and Lcdr. A. J. Ramella. (right) chase and gift wrapping of from various districts in town. by 2/11.
acting at'Prosecutor.



6 JAX AIR NEWS 15 December 196Q

_u_ _

Experts Laud JAX AIR SPORTS Baylor, Florida Camps

5 Navy CoachWayne NEWS Promise] Good GB TiltBoth

principals in the 16th annual Gator Bowl football game

December 31 in Jacksonville, the Florida Gators and the Baylor
Bears, have begun contact practice sessions on their home fields.

Florida, host team and second

Last season, at the age of 32, place finisher in the South- IN THE FLORIDA camp, t
.4a"v meanwhile head coach Ray
Wayne} Hardin became the second } eastern Conference with a 5-1 ,
coach in Naval ) -r Graves remarked recently, I'm
youngest mark its
:: s ((8-2 overall) made
I waited until this Job came
Academy pigskin history. This finest football record since 1928 glad h
year, football experts are comparing 1 % r in spite of having one to five along.

"! his squad with the great regulars out of the lineup'over "This is the kind of year you

teams of 1954 and '57. three-fourths of the season. dream about," he confessed after I
his first team head coach c
as a
1 Voicing his opion about Hard ALTHOUGH Baylor's team is
tanned Miami 18-0 and ended 1
, in, Navy's sport? / publicity director nationally recognized as a potent their

6 Jqhn# Cox says, "No coach offensive outfit it is pretty stouton regular season.
All he accomplished in this,
i ever stepped into a tougher ;role defense, too. Gator Bowl selection
his premier season as a head
than did Hardin when he replaced : I committeeman Ted Two- 1

11 Erdelatz, after Erdelatz a., mey saw the Waco, Tex. Bears mentor was to help his boys

\ had rejuvenated j Navy football 'IL in their 12-7 final game win earn an 8-2 record,- place secondin 1
the SEC with mark of 5-1
with his 'tearp named 'desire." over Rice and praised Baylor for
and Gator Bowl bid.
earn a
Cox goes on to explain, "No an The outstanding 16th defensive show. Should the Gators win in this ii-
annual Gator Bowl
Erdelatz team exhibited
ever game will be televised nationallyover post-season classic, they will
: mater determination or 'de.il
have won the most games ever
the CBS
network. Kickoff
il sire' than Hardin's midshipmen b
in a single season by a Florida
I time December 31 is 1415. Tickets -
: in their big wins over Rose Bowl ti<

champion Washington, S.M.U. are on sale at Special Ser team. U

and the Air Force Academy. vices for $7.25.

This price. assures the pur- THREE-WAY TIE tisc
"Furthermore, no Erdeltaz team chaser of an excellent grand
attained the heightsthat IN CAGE LEAGUE
ever great stand seat for the classic. A sell-
Hardin's squad did when it out crowd has been anticipated In M a i inside i intramural

climbed to the No. 4 spot in national w by Gator Bowl officials. basketball action last week, ise

rating ." LAST SPRING the Baylor the Marines and Hospitalmen
stretched their leads to four e,
Cox claims Hardin credits : : University Bears used their h
INTRAMURAL ACTION-Teams entered in the Maimide in wins and no losses, with victories (
Navy's success to "intangibles, strength depth in the sprint
Basketball League are going all-out in an effort to pile over the VAP-62 War-
like self sacrifice, extreme loyalty weight throwing events as
few wins before action after the st
up a stops soon until holidays. riors 52-48 and 67-39
and the players' willingness In this photo\ Marine Steve Kollar grab rebound with team principal point winners in upsetting respec- U
to give all-out effort." mate Paul Humphrey joining in during action in the Marine favored Texas to take tively, and FAETU made it a titc

Barrack -VAP-62 Warriors game last week at Maimide gym. the Southwest Conference track three-way tie by trouncing
Coach Hardin goes on to relate The Marines won the game, 52-48, to go into a three-way first VAP-62 Braves 77-56, giving it g:
"It's amazing what these place tie with FAETU and the Hospital. and field crown, first time ever F
similar 4-0 record.In .
for the Waco school.
kids have done. They really have
been dedicated to doing a good This fall, the Bears have par other games last week,
Dove Wins
job." Landy Hearts layed the same ingredients VA-44 downed the Dispen-
Ar speed and throwing to gain sary 43-35; the Boathouse out-

>,the finest football ,record,.. the scored O&R, 41-33 and NARTU n

,r VAP-62 Warriors Votes Of AAU Fight Fans school has registered in the last 42-36; VAP-62 Braves beat n

I four years. Operations 60-44; the Leather- elbb

Win NL Keg CrownThe The Bears, coached by John pecks belted the 679th Air

While the classier and more experienced boys were Bridgers, run their offense from Force 56-37; VP-30 trounced bbcr

Warriors of VAP-62 coppedthe causing most of the excitement in the Florida AAU Boxing the Baltimore Colt style of attack O&R 57-34; Aircraft Main.
National League champion- last week at the Arena Jax Dove d:
Tourney Navy's Landy which Bridgers carted with smeared Dispensary, 72-27; the
ship as they downed O&R 3-1 in showed the 1,000-plus fans there during each of the event's R
him when he left his job as assi- Admen defeated the 679th, 55-
last weeks intramural bowling three nights that he too knew something of the manlyart. Si
sistant mentor of the Colts to 48: and VP-18 outscored Com-

playoff. take the head tutor reins at Bay- Fair Jax 46-33. si
OPS.-ordance is giving the Dove, a 145-pounder who's I Navy fighter.' lor. See photo above.

Warriors a real tussle for first name doesn't exactly imply that I Both boys 'received a standing Baylor is the passingest teamin m

with a similar 16-8 record in he's a boxer, performed a m n. ovation from the packed Arena the powerful Southwest Con- ytcc

roll-off action through last week. sized job in capturing the tourney's assemblage. Dove was on the ference.. In Ronnie Stanley and Fliers

The 679th Air Force and Hos- Most Valuable Boxer canvas once during the heated Bobby Ply, both juniors, Baylor Drop A
six-minute and had Deselle
pitalmen award in the Novice djvison.} war
are also threateningwith has the most dangerous one-two -

13-7 records; ComFair Jax"A" AFTER AN opening round win on {the deck twice.In passing punch in the conference. Pair On 1st

has 11-9, MARTD, winner of which caused the fans to sit up another bout, Jax Navy's

I the Continental League, has a and take notice, Dove engagedin Roger Barclay won his weight .. Road TrekThe

k 10-14 slate; O&R is 8-12; Special a rugged final night bout title with a verdict over Robert

I Services, 7-13, and Supply "A" is with Ft. Benning's favored Wal- Sutton of Donaldson AFB. This Jax Navy Fliers lost two

in the basement with a 2-18 record ter Denselle. The latter was was the first time in a long straight games last week at McCoy -" 1
in the Jax while that a heavyweight foughtfor c
j roll-offs. decisioned by the spunky Air Force Base, 76-68 and
Jax Navy. J
85-68. This puts the Fliers recordat

I Football Forecasters IN ANOTHER match, Jerry 1-5 for the season. i
Try Marshall was TKOd in a final
Center Vernon Rollins was
round bout Booker Andersonof 1
high point man for Jax Navy in 1t
Post-Season SkirmishesThe Ft. Benning.Ft. t
both .games, with 19 points the

Benning won the Novice first night, and 24 the( following 1
Jax Air News panel of gridiron guessers attempt to over- team crown with Jax Navy evening. Jim Reed and Oliver t

throw the upset scourge in upcoming post-season football games, finishing second and DonaldsonAFB
Young both hit well with 14
taking an honest stab at predicting outcome of the games. third.
,apiece in the first game.
For the regular season, Sam Bowman, now departed AirNews
;jFt. Campbell's Screaming Young sprained his ankle in 1J
sports writer, paced the tepid triumvirate'with a record of 95 right ,,, 1t
Eagles won the Open division ;:"" :":::; the second night's game and is
and 55 wrong for a :.633 percentage. The Editors were right behind '
championship. They won six of not expected to play for at least
with a 92-58 mark (.613)) with Frank McCaffrey, Mainside .athletic t
the ten final round fights in that three weeks.
director, scoring a 77-73 effort (.513.) division. 'r qar
Anyone interested in tryingout
Games under perusal include: Bluebonnet Bowl, (Alabama- c
Three for the team is advised to
All-Army championswon
Texas) and Liberty Bowl I l
(Oregon-Penn St.) both December 17;
titles. All from Ft Camp- contact Frank McCaffrey, NAS
North vs South All-Stars Miami c
a\ December 26; Gator Bowl,
bell they were Bob Carmody athletic director, at 585.
' (Baylor-Florida), East-West Shrine Game, and Blue-Gray Game, '
((112 pounds), John Joiner ((119) --1Sitting
(Stars of North and South), all December 31, Rose Bowl, (Minne- .1
I' and David Harris! ; ((125). in a park one day, a
sota-Washington), Cotton Bowl (Duke-Arkansas), Orange Bowl- :::
.:, man noticed a boy throwing a
(Navy-Missouri) and Sugar Bowl (Rice-Ole Miss.) :,: ::: oL
IAILEY EDITORS MAC Jake was astonished one morning ..: J ban! in the air and, swinging at

, Alabama Alabama Texas at breakfast when he readin :': ) it with a bat. Time after time t.

. Penn St. Oregon Penn St. the the lad in
paper an announcementof whirled a circle, missing iliPage
North South '
Baylor Florid. North his own death. i the ball. beor
.., East hat He phoned his friend at once dy Dove, promising Jax-Nary "Not a very good hitter, are

hive Blue Elu and asked him if he'd seen the welterweight won Most Out- you, son?" the man told
Washington' Minnesota Minnesota announcement. standing Boxer award in theNo..lce "Nope," the kid replied, "but
Duk.' Arkansas r
Missouri Navy Arkansas Navy "Yes,". said his friend, "whereare AAU Boxing division at Tourney the Florida last you gotta admit I'm a great

Mississippi' Mississippi Mississippi' you speaking from?" week at the Arena. pitcher." .


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I Decem&r 1960 lAX AIR NEWS Pago ? I

_avy Faces Five Rugged Foes In Gator Bowl Cane Meet I Car Show

- WI -

J Tickets for the Gator Bowl .
asketball Tournament are two more than In past years. on Florida and at 2030 F S U colors.

lid to be moving faster now The games will be played in tangles with Georgia. LAST YEAR'S tourney most Tickets

iat the six teams entered the spacious, striking new Coliseum THE GEORGIA-FSU winner valuable player, Dave Fed lr of

lave started their seasons in and attendance records for meets Georgia Tech Thursday at FSU, will be back. He was an

ood style. previous tourneys are expectedto 1930 and JU-Florida victor will honorable All-America pick last For Sale

THE HOLIDAY cage classic be tripled or quadrupled. be matched with Navy at 2030, season. JU returns two All-

_; scheduled' for December 2830t Georgia is defending champion.FSU A consolation game for third Tourney stars in high-scoring Tickets for the Auto Showat
the new Jacksonville Coliseum. and JU return from last place will begin at 2000 on the Jim Kirkland and Eddie Cone.
the Jacksonville Coliseum -
pecial Services in Building 704 year and Florida and Georgia final night with the finals slated Georgia, which has played in new available for service

l. las tickets for sale for any of the Tech return after an absence for about 2200. all previous nine tourneys, returns are

[hree nights at $1.50 apiece. while Navy is new to the tour- Among outstanding court starsto its 1959 starting five. Bob personnel cial Services at half-price announced, Spe-to-

,, THE GATOR Bowl Basketball appear in the tourney will be Shiver, high scorer for the Gatorsof

ournament comes of age this ney.Tech and Navy have drawn Tech's Roger Kaiser, a bona fide Florida last year, will be back day.

year, its tenth straight year of byes. On the first night, Decem- All-American and recognized as while Navy is headed by Capt. The show, in an 11-day run
Tickets at
L here, ends Sunday.
I peration. The tourney is, being ber 28, at 1930 JU, expected to the finest basketball player (o II Allen Hughes and Dave Tre- Special Services are selling for

xpanded to include six teams, be a sentimental favorite, takes ever wear the Georgia Tech maine. 50 cents.

ROOSE. director of
I Work Starts the automotive show, stated

Classified: early this week that the show

\For Varsity L sould appeal to service persons.

Gl Equlty-3 bdrm, Ig. fen. yd, 1 One of the highlights is the
MenThe blk back of Cedar Hillt Shp. Cen. B. C. continuous.showing of outstanding -
; Spike ,Griffin, SP 1.1612 or Ext 8133. color films on races at Day-
Must Sell-3 bdrm. house, fen. bkyd.,
Jax Navy varsity volley- icrn, por. excel.toc., $95 dn & $1400net tona International Speedway,
ball team has started preparations bal. on 2nd mtg. at $20 or $25 per Monza, Italy, Sebring, Fla., and
for the new season with I mo., orlg. coit$1 170, .4%% GI Equity also films] 4>f the 1960 Indianapolis -
mason conit. Paul Sepulnado, EV
the first match slated for some- fh 8-9558 or EV 99219. Memorial Day Race.

time next month at Miami.An ': ?' By Owner-3 bdrm. house 2 bath, The winning car in this year's
All-American on the 1960 ,j hdwd. fin., Ig. !liv. rom., Cypress-pen Indianapolis "500," the Ken Paul
Fl. rm., Ig. It, 6549 Philander
Dr. S.
squad, Jim Pitts of AE School, Special, is on display.
(! Uc See to apprec. Cedar Hilli. Lt. Washcy-
is coaching the spikers this year. lion SP 1-0999. The car that set the unofficial

Pitts, as a member of the powerful Mutt Sell Equity-1959 mobile home, record of over 153 mph at Day-
2 bdrm, auto WI hr., equalizer tow hitch,
Jax Navy club of last c
year, tona last week, Fireball Roberts'
125' x 30' wire fen with 2 gates, trailer
earned All-American Military l II 10' x 40'. B. J. Jordan, ADJ2, EV .big Pontiac No. 22, is said to be
honors in a nationwide poll. 4-7878 or Ext. 396 wkdayi. drawing big crowds.
That Flier team captured the Apt. In duplex bungalow-unfurn., 2
bdrm., !liv. rm., din. area, Ig. yd., WITH ASSISTANCE' of the
championship and finished
I conv. to NAS & Cecil, kit equip, $75 per Navy, which sent an aircraft
third in the Nationals. Five of; mo. SP I 1-0506. maintenance crew with a starter
the six starters in state tourney -': Lake Shore-2 bdrm. home with gar., madea
'named 1. : comp., furn., vacant Dec. 15. Eleanor unit another car
games were to the
i1 i- Thomas, RA 4-8382 after 1800. fine showing at Brannen's
Florida AAU Volleyball team. Orange Park-furn. 3rm. aptt. with Drag Strip last Sunday.
Pitts is looking for persons Interested 1 ;: prl. bath, 20 min. from NAS, 3457 Doctors The car, which will be on display -
in Lake Dr. Arnold Apts., CO 4-9257.
playing volleyball ona uk a/ the J-46
through Sunday, is
Mobile Home-37', 2 bdrm., prl. It. on
varsity scale. "We have five : Fisherman's Creek, allow children & pets. Westinghouse jet enginepowered"Green
returnees from last year but' -, $45 per mo., less util., close to"NAS I& Monster," capable of
need l" Cecil, 5609 Le.lie; K. 'In .
several other men. A trav- Weconnetf. A. B speeds 240 mph in a quarter,
Herrod, Ext. 8393.
eling squad of 12 players is Unfurn hou.e-3 bdrm., elec. kit, car mile distance. The Monster has
being planned," he added. : port, util.! rm., near Air Base. 8601 twin 14-foot drag chutes' tor
Anyone interested is urged to Roosevelt Blvd. braking.The .
Sale or Rent-House trailer, 2 bdrm.,
call Pitts
anjr Monday, Wednesday show also features foreign-
small Equity for sale, $80 per mo., 5220
or Friday after 1600 at Catoma St. Mrs. F. B. Huaains, SP 1-3857. manufactured cars, custom
Rosenthai br t'at ,NATTUnit, ';:': :;::*:,*i.<<+'*. Furn. Apt-3 rms., prl., bath, entr, models and antiques.
site .faf the team's practice sessions CHEERLEADERS-No. These, men are,engaged in heated util. furn., 4465 Beverly Ave. Mrs. W. Hours of exhibit are 1400 to
action during last week's All-Station volleyball championship T. Gordon, EV 9-0783.
match between AE School's Golds. NATTUnit champion and Lake,Shore-furn. apt., small, clean, all 2200 weekdays and Saturday and
Volleyball t has gained 1 so tre- VP-30. kings of Mainside intramural volleyball. Ken Steiner util! furn., $50, cony. to NAS, bus, stores, 1400 to 1800 on Sunday, the
mendoiisy in appeal t iri, recent (left) and teammate Chuck Rogers go up to block the ball. 4633 Wheeler' Ave. Mrs. Groves EV closing date.Tickets .
best three-out-of-five match to win 94275.
AE School won the game
years thai i the Navy has now Incorporated the All-Station title. 1220 Challen Ave.-furn. apt., 2 bdrm., at 50 cents, are avail-
this s ,ort into its cony. 'Ifredna Hanks, EV 90291. able 'at the NAS Hobby Shop, at
Ali-& vy athletic setup. Nice Couple-to rent unfurn. apt. In NAS Special Services, Building
AE Golds Win All-Station Riverside, 5 rm, 2 bdrm, upper, refrlg. 710, and at the NATTUnit Craft
5.ii gar., near park, attra., cony. $70. M.

Golfers/ To Putt V-Ball Title From VP-30 Wilcox, EV., .,72273.,_. _w.. ..... ."U.W .... .' ..,,Shop.. wu.._._' -W..m' ..' ._. '..'_._.. Y 'U'.U'.

For TurkeysHave The AE Golds, champions of the NATTUnit circuit, defeated 1t t U -:

you ever bagged a Mainside titlist VP-30,15-13, 15-13, 8-15, 8-15 and 15-6, ( "*' ) 4

turkey on a 'golf course? You for the All-Station volleyball championship last Friday at i % _#_4 '-

can this year if you enter theN Mainside gym. J "; /'

AS Jax Turkey Shoot being After taking two straight close Air Force In

held now at the golf course. games by 15-13 scores, the
Participants will be using NATTUnit champions were All-Station -

putters instead of guns to bag dropped twice by successive

their bird. The lowest num- 15-8 scores as VP-30 seemed to _

ber of putts for 1ft holes determines gain in strength, forging into a Gridiron TiltThe

the winners. I. tie in the best-of-three-games 679th Air Force, in the
You may enter as often as .
match. made it
lead most of the season,
you wish. The number of In the rubber tilt, Jim Pitts led official Tuesday night at, 1715
prizes awarded will be deter-
his NATTUnit mates to a decisive when the final whistle was blownin
mined by the number'of
,15-6 victory for the title. the Mainside Touch Football
tries. So far, ovr 125 have entered -
the event. The Patrolmen, in their first League regular season.
The Air Force crew defeated
The shoot is scheduled to of competitive sports,
season VP-18, 12-6, to haul in the Main- -
end Tuesday, December 20. plowed through the regular, side title. They are due to face wA'iii1

Hours are 1100-1300 and all Manside! season with nine wins I the Marine Aviation Detachment, r -
day weekends.
and no setbacks. NATTUnit champion, tonight at T
1600 at the Stadium in the All-
Final Standings Station championship finale.
Odd 1wiaii.-u--
Balls Tie Splitters
'VP.30 l 9' 0 i The Air Force moved a step

I League Enlisted Men's Wives Bowling VA-44 7 2 : closer to the title when they --"OOF.' PARDON ME"-The Air Force's Tom Broome ( ))
action last week the
saw V .1' 7 2 downed Aircraft Maintenance in blocks unidentified Aircraft Maintenance defender during
I two top teams squaring off with VP.18 6 3 first period action in the 679th Air Force-Aircraft Maintenancetouch
I the league leading Pin Splitters 679th 4 5 an overtime game last week, 13- football contest at the Stadium last week. Broome's

[being held to.a 2-2 tie by sec- M. 3 6 12. The win was given the Air blocking: helped pare the way for teammate Jack Mynes (right,
Aircraft partially hidden) to tally two touchdowns and lead his'.quad..
|ond place Odd Balls. Dispensary 3 6 Force on the strength of having to an extra period.win. The Air Force downed VP-18,' 12-8,

The Splitters bold: a 31-17 record VAP-62 ".:., 3 6 the most. : yardage. in. the. game. Tuesday for the Mainside, championship and faces MAD of
with the Odd Balls posting Admin. 3 6 NATTUnit today (Thursday) at 1600 at the Stadiuti for -th.AllStation' .'
Actual score was 1212. 'lit!..
mark of 27-21. ComFiir Jax 1 8



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Fag JAX AIR NEWS 15 December 1960

II k Planning Meals Can } .. Canadian Spruce

I::1( Holiday- s* Hostess Selling Christmas on StationNavy Trees

I Hours spent in the kitchen may T R E s sd Exchange Christmas trees

I goodies for the. .holidays, but they take ,ON SALE ERE have arrived at the Navy Ex-
nerves and depleted energy. change and are on sale at the
I'j! It is only In books and movies When Tennis Courts corner of Mustin
: that a charming woman pro- never oda and Yorktown Avenue on the
\ duces a full-course meal out of split-second Station's "main drag."
nowhere, unaided and unruffled. menu that in early hours of selling, they
;But by,careful planning you can much as Selection is 'superb with four
make it APPEAR so. with dishes sizes to choose from, Exchange
BE CLEVER and take advan- a guest is officials said. Trading was briskin
tage of every modern convent- problems early hours of selling they
I encefrozen, packaged, ready- simple steps.Buy
t.. mixed, and bakery-baked. Let H i said.Price is right as all trees are
II 1 'em admire you for your good ,ready"INSTEAD to : top quality Canadian spruce sell-
charm and humor, Instead of ing 'at reasonable costs, they
your sturdy ability to ,stick it sortment of stated.
I: out long hours "over a hot cook-, of good Navy Exchange,Christmas trees
stove." .. } In four groups are three to four
Even the small freezer section For feet at $1.25; five to six feet,
,i of the average refrigerator will from a $1.85; seven, to eight feet, $2.45,
i help you if you plan ahead. Very the FROM NORTH WOODS-Canadian spruce trees and nine to ten feet, $3.60 each.
few things can't be frozen suc- that come and well-filled out; are now on tale at the tennis Hours of operation for Christ-
sold of Yorktown Ave. and Mustin Rd. aboard
I cessfully. The Harvard beets This are will Fon corner Crosby, SHI of Nary Exchange: shows some mas tree sales are from 0900 to
recipe is an example. of trees available to satisfy everyone' taste and 1630 on Monday, Tuesday, Wed-
::1 Mashed potatoes for the family land serving. I of trees rang from $1.25 to $3.60. nesday and Friday.On .
can be produced in record Vanilla Thursday, December 15,
time if you slice the potatoes and party ice HOLIDAY TO Christmas trees will be sold from
start them cooking in hot water. ping it 0900 to 2000.Saturday .
(Incidentally, you'll avoid lumps strawberry sokUersP"y sales for the top
and whip them faster, too.) creme ,de HERE quality Canadian Spruce trees
CANNED vegetables may be will be from 0900 to 1300.
dressed up with seasonings or O&R of the Jewish faith will celebrate the Holiday With reasonable prices, suberb
\ the addition of a few mush- ( ) tomorrow, (Friday) at 2000 in the Small Chapel, quality and selection along witha
rooms, pimiento strips or al-: pons to convenient location, you had
monds, and take only a minute sonnet to Oneg Shabbat which follows the service, Chan- better get your Christmas tree
'or. two to heat through. in foreign be presented to all children at 'the service. while they last, the Exchangeadds.
When plan meals, choose
you THOMAS a gift giving season. .
recelpes that don't call for a lot ton Eddings to information n re-
of basting, stirring or watching.A ics general, i Lt. (J.g.) Cyrus Aria, of that time. The Temple servicewas
one-dish meal such as beef October to here, the holi halted and God's House was
stew, which includes a varietyof inspect Boldien1"I commemorates turned into a Grecian Temple. It
fresh vegetables, gives the in that for religious was forbidden, under penalty of
r family plenty of nourishment the Maccabees. Dur- death, to observe any of the Jew-
If j 'and saves on pots and pans and of the Century B. C., ish religions.A .
dish-washing. eral months in Palestine faced NATIONAL party under }
crisis in their history. leadership of Judah Maccabee
Photo Lab VP-16 Spain, Italy
:,I mission US Epiphanus, the and his brothers of the Hasmo-
(Continued from Page 1)) aircraft. At ruler, decreed that nean family arose to defend and +' O.1
tion, Officer at NAS Jax before other of his empire fight for freedom of worship.' The
.taking over PIO chores at VP- quested for the Grecian Gods victories of the volunteer army r
16, had written a shooting Furnishing Greeks. All the led to the reinstallation of the t+
,j ,schedule, the three started out sonnel to kingdom accepted Temple service which had been y Ri
,' on their whirlwind spree. such the edict of Antio- interrupted for three solid years.
'THE FILM has packed a lot quested, is the Jews. On the twenty.fifth day of the
, i of information and also color vices sent a mighty Hebrew month of Kislev, they
I into its 15-minute running time. northeast to oust the rededicated (Chanukah means re-
'To add realism to the film, the dustrial Jewish God with dedication) the altar in the Temple -
two, photographers got shots of eliminate the ob- with a great ceremony, and
,the airplane engine's starting and "And, distinctive Jewish decreed that an eight-day 'festival >
j even got the plane taxiing on the the Second commencing with that day,
runway off. preparatory- for* take- "Pop, produced the be observed yearly. 4 ;

\ those other in the Jewish life THE CHANUKAH Menorah s c4 )3'4 a 'y'p.
Having cleared with air traf- .. ...t.. .
(Candlelabra) is lighted during ; jr.v..T..r*' S..H'.V I*C1' **T&JMIIH
fic control, the shooting crew -S..,}}:n.Y :p' ::v.py ; v..
AP these eight days because freedom
had the Neptune circle times
"I many glowed. like an impish elf from a fairy
over the nearby St. Johns River, tale beguiling Yvette Muni-
Had it not been for the success-
dropping antisubmarine ord- eux lends her loveliness to'
: ful revolution of the Maccabeesfor
i nance. "The Time Machine" a science
It religious liberty our Judeo- fiction thriller. The ex-maga
made five
passes at a Navy
Christian heritage would be line cover girl should never
crash boat in the river, which have any worries about findingmen
had the two photographers and existant, says Chaplain Arfa. with whom to pass the
the "producer" aboard. The first Chanukah light is time of day.FIREMEN.
; This enabled the movie crew lighted this year on December 13
Jo get a "sub's eye view" of the and the eighth and last candle on MUST
December 20.Annual .
I plane and. its operating proced- a .

THE FILM even includes air- Closing Set
to-air shots, taken from an air- x xTL
craft trailing! close to the "star For Credit UnionThe The station fire departmentmust
billed" Neptune. It also shows Jax Navy Federal Credit be I notified when holi-
; the plane landing and has shots Union office in Building 39 will day decorations of any type
i of the crew debriefing.Pilot be closed for ..business} from Fri- are set 'up in barracks and
of the plane was Ltjg) __ SS J. day, Dec. 23 at 1200, until Tues other places of public assem-
Robert Kraft, with Ltjg( ), W. D. day, Jan. 3, at the regular, hours. bly here;
Davenport, co-pilot, Lt a : An inspection will be madeof
(jg) M. E. r Principal(purposes of I this'clos-
Windham, tactical evaluator, and ing are, to allow personhel of the the decorations, trees and
LtJg( ) Neal Nelson navigator.: Credit Union >time. to) figure such, to determine if any add-

Plane captain was C. P. Hin- ..., dividends due,-on share:'holdings, itional' safety requirements
I chey, AE2, with other crew members ,j;tt>' !ik'" ;-- "':: ;;fjg.ajlOa $to handle refunds payable on in- should'be taken to lessen inherent -
including PERCENT REENLISTMENT-Every man:in VP.5 who hazards.
F. W. Stahle terest
AOC, paid on loans,' to make the
1 came for reenlistment in November has decided io remainin
ordnanceman A call to extension 324
; J. B. Lackey, AT2 year's 'final closing of or
the Nary. Four more happy "Mad Foxes" pictured with books andto
!, radio operator; E. E. Everett, Comdr. J. J. Coonan. VP-5 commanding officer (right) are H. I conduct an audit under direction 426 will have a fire inspectoron
., ADt, {ond mechanic, and K. R. J. Maitox AD2-P1. H. D. Harbuck, ATS3. J. L. Biven. PN3 of the Supervisory Committee. the scene to inspect the
Wuhe radar and C. L. Walden, AT2 all of whom "shipped over" last month I I I planned decorations.
s operator. VP-5 returns home from deployment this week.,

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