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: October 26, 1961
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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I U.S. Navy-Freedom's Guardian + Navy ]Day Oct. 27Tomorrow I

Friday, October such by the Navy League. pression that "The strong arm It will sail on. Whether it bea have you, whatever missiles,
27, may come and go with The date, Incidentally, coin- of the Government in enforc- Navy of battleships, sub rockets, robot planes, nuclear
little, or no, fanfare, althoughit cides with the birthdate of ing respect for its just rightsin marines, planes or carriers, it bombs or other devices that
will signify that the "U.S. Theodore Roosevelt, who has international matters is the will certainly adapt and con the naval scientists of today
Navy Freedom's Guardian"has been said to have probablybeen Navy of the United States." tinue to be Navy in the best and tomorrow may devise or

reached another birthday the Navy's greatest Some recent scientific advancements sense a mobile organization adopt. _
anniversary in its long and backer and supporter in its however, have using ocean highways, One thing is certain, Am-

varied service to the American entire history. made a few Americans doubt- carrying its own defense erica's mature sea power of

people. After becoming Assistant ful as to the future of_ the against any weapon directed today will play a vital role
October 27 has been known
and recognized as "Navy Secretary of the Navy in Navy, but as Navy Day 1961 against the United States by in the world of tomorrow and

Day" since 1922 when it was 1896, Roosevelt carried with comes and goes, there shouldbe an enemy, and launching from indeed continue to make the ,

selected and designated as him the conviction and ex- no doubt as to its future. its 'mobile platform or what Navy "Freedom's Guardian.. ,

Jax-Navy ClosingI I

J11 X tHlf s

In On CC-UF Goal !

Navy activities in the Jacksonville area are closing in '
fast in quest of their goal in the current Duval County Community I
Vol.19 No. 30 U. S. NAS Jacksonville, Fla. 26 October 1961
Chest-United Fund Drive, with military and civilian I
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ritN+- :!!M. ,rMn n.eo.w yrv'M: ,','n 2' tl0L personnel contributing to the tune of 97% of the Navy goal d

"Things look real good right mad dash in an attempt to Join
now, and we hope to "ring the the pack this week and all handsare I
Addressed ByJU's bell" sometime next week to optimistic about going over
procliam our drive as having the top before the drive closes.
gone over the top," said Capt.J. Numerous sub units have gone I
BarksdaleO. J. Davis, co-chairman of the over the top. Here at NAS they
Navy campaign. include the Comptroller, Dental,
tS t- & B. Barksdale, vicepresident I Industrial! Relations, Overhauland
Units going over the top are increasing -
and business manager of Repair, and Public Works
)ti} Jacksonville University, will i by the day. Of the 16 Departments and the Marine Bar-
address the membership of the separate activities participating, racks of the NAS Command;
Jacksonville Chapter of the 13 have already reached or exceeded ComFairWing Staff, VP-5, VP-
Armed Forces Management As- their quotas, with the 16, VP-18, and VP-30 of Fleet
sociation at its monthly gather- others coming on with a rush. Air Wing Eleven; Staff of Com-
L ing today at the Officers Club. Over the top as of this date FairJax VU-10, Faetulant De-
are NARTU, Marine Air Reserve tachment Two, VAP-62, VFP-62, \
__ Mr. Barksdale will speak on
"Management in Higher Educa- Training Detachment, NATTU I and VF-174 of ComFairJax. Com-
tion. Marine Aviation Detachment of I FairJax had many other units

The session opens with a social NATTU, Navy Recruiting, Marine over the top, including the car-
Reserve Training Center, Fleet riers Shangri La, Roosevelt and
hour at 1115 with the luncheonset
i { X for 1145. Air Wing Eleven, Naval Station Saratoga; Carrier Air Groups
Mayport, Fleet Air Jacksonville, One, 10, and Four; and ComCar-
On the agenda will be the I
H Disease Vector Control Center, Div Six.
.f election of a new president to I
Naval Reserve Training Center, Other'ships at
y4., succeed Rear Admiral James R.
Navy Area Audit Office and Staff have the
Mayport which joined
Reedy, former commanding officer
t I ComNabSix.The include Fiske
select ,
4r 4 ; who departed from the
? Station in August for a new as- Naval Air Station Com- Paiute, Salish, Goodrich, Turner,
SENATORIAL STOP-OVER-Senator Richard B. Russell signment.The mand and units campaigning under Yellowstone, Farragut, Rush and
(center), chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee I. its banner were making a (Please Turn to Page 6, Col. )
chats with a local newsman who turned out to meet his planeas Installation of the new
it landed here at NAS briefly for refueling on Sunday. The president is planned as part of
senator was met by CAPT James R. Compton (right), NAS com the dinner meeting which is
manding officer. The senator and his their
party were on way
be held
scheduled to Sunday
to U. S. bases and to inspect training facilities in the Caribbeanaea.
evening, November 19.

Marine 'CopterSquadron Though Far From Home At SeaTheseMenHeedCommunityCal1

Given t jr I

Safety CitationFor I

The men who go down to the sea in ships from Naval\ I
the third consecutive year, Station Mayport and from the local naval air stations can be ,, I I
Marine Air Reserve Helicopter depended upon to carry freedom's fight to the doorstep of :
Squadron 765 has completed an I the enemy, or to support the hopes and aims of the community -
accident-free year of flying.In at home. '
recognition of this record, Three,of Mayport's homeported r
a Marine Corps Aviation Safety carriers and their air, groups campaign. Latest reports from
Citation, was presented to Maj.E. have come through with their these units have helped Jax
A. Eklund, squadron com- whopping fair share in the Navy's contribution to 97% of _
manding officer, by Col. FrankR. Community Chest-United Fund its goal. _
Porter, Jr., commanding officer TWO OF THE aircraft carriers '
of Marine Air Reserve and their air groups worked together -1z r
Training Detachment, NAS Rehearsals By as a team to raise funds. ti

Jacksonville.Maj. St. Edward'sChoir The USS Franklin D. Rooseveltand _

Eklund of Miami, led his Carrier Air Group One com-
squadron pilots in flying a totalof To BeginThe bined to contribute $6500, while
619.8 accident-free hours the USS Shangri La, with Car-
during regularly scheduled St. Edward's Chapel rier Air Gurop 10 turned in
monthly training periods and choir will begin its rehearsalsfor $6,104. The USS Saratoga, with an 4'0 1.1JiiF. .
while,at the 15dayannual sum- Christmas on Wednesday, assist from the staff of ComCar- 1{ ; .e/fyy.
November 1, at 1930. Soprano, Div Six, added to the till witha i1&1;
mer maneuver. ;
alto, tenor and bass voicesare mammoth $8,130 gift. These tv '.:j::
needed. contributions represent an increase -
NATTU HonormenLCpl. The choir will rehearse in of 15% more by the same A
the small Chapel and volun-
C. R. Peppers-AEA) ships and"groups over last year. A FRIENDLY BOO 'ER WARNING-Take it from this nau-
School 87.56.M. teers are urged to attend the THESE REPORTS prove that tically attired omen of mischievious activity that takes place each
first session so that the capa- October 31 and prepare yourself for the "Trick or Treat" chimesof
Adam's time few "wed-
R. Barrow, AA-AOA) bilities of the choir can be roaming goblins, witches and the like that night. Forewarnedis
School-80.24. estimated. dings" have been as successful forearmed, so be prepared to stave off soaped windows, wind-
J. E. Morris, A02-AOB) I I (Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 5)) shields and precariously placed lawn furniture and the like.


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NAS, Jacksonville .
CAPT J. R. Compton .Commanding Officer
CDR Welter J. Schub __Executive Officer : ; 1?
Fleet Air Jacksonville NAB 6ND

RADM Joseph M. CUlon' Commander r447 j.
CAPT Vincent Casey _ChIef! of Staff, FalrJex
CAPT C. L Moore, Jr. Chief of Staff, NAB Six \ \
Fleet Air Wing Eleven :& *
CAPT Renfro Turner, Jr. CommanderCAPT
Andrew H. Cowart Chief Staff Officer
Naval Air Technical Trelnlng Unit
CAPT Hertsel) D. Allen Commanding Officer
CDR Eugene F. Verdery Executive Officer *
Naval Hospital t
CAPT R. O. Canada Commanding Officer zs: ..
CAPT Stephen H. Tolinl ExecutIve Officer
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit i v\
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. Commanding Officer
CDR William M. Miller Executive Officer

Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacktonvllle, Florida et .? :.''
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July ; ,
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air '. .': 8::..(.
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Navel Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing .':' .......:
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hospital.
Comdr. Alex N. Me Innli, Jr. Service Information Officer .
Assistant Service Information Officer-__...Andrew H. Planey
Newt Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb Staff-Mae Spencer J01 Sandy A/UrHnion/ ,
JOSN; Ralph Bailey, SN. Photographer, Joy Moreau, PH2.
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and International
Council of Industrial Editor .>.....
The Jax Air News I I. a member of the Armed Force Press Service. Material w
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit to given. Photographs .vYsrRYdS
unless otherwise credited, ere official I U.S. Navy Photographs.
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone .:.:. : :':::,':>:y.:

extensions 6164, 656, 272 or 216. ...........,..:.......... .. ::..v.w...sas.a.r.:::. :Sf: :. o.
JUST ADDED INSURANCE-That is the way CAPT Joseph W. Weaver NAS medical officer
and a member of the Jacksonville Navy "Drive Safe' Council and his wife Mary, feel about the
Grave Crises MarkedU. installation, of safety belts and shoulder straps in their auto. CAPT Weaver said that "safety belts
are the cheapest insurance a person can have today."

N. Day This YearThe VA Urges Vets CAPT Weaver


United Nations, marking its 16th birthday on Oct- Keep( Up-To-Date

ober 24, has never convened under heavier storm clouds of i Joins Safety

crisis. Dag Hammarskjold is gone-at a time when it most Beneficiaries Ask UsDo

needs a man of his skill and dedication to its aims. The

appointment of a new Secretary General thus far has been information'Before microfilming on veterans insurance pertinent you believe that the Belt CrowdIn

blocked by the Soviet Union's mischievious and obstructive Americans today' are
records for safeguarding average
"troika" concept. The Berlin cauldron bubbles; the Congo disaster, the Veterans Administration as patriotic in their allegianceto recent months there has
strife goes on; the situation in Southeast Asia is as disturb- is asking veteran policyholders the United States and the been much talk and many articles -

ing as ever. to cooperate by providing basic concepts on which it written on the merits of

ALL OF THIS is desperately threatening such uneasy it t with up-to-date beneficiary was founded as they were 10 safety belts. To further empha-

peace as the world knows. But it does not mean that United listings. to 20 years ago? size their usefulness locally

Nations Day 1961 is a time for defeatist hand-writing. Only "Even though veterans may not "Yes, I be- CAPT Joseph W. Weaver, NAS
men of faint heart and short vision despair of finding honor- wish to change the beneficiaryor ": lieve that the medical officer and a memberof

able solutions to problems that affect the life of every hu- option designations currentlyon problems w e the Jacksonville Navy "Drive

man being on earth. Others persist; they will not be deflected file with the VA, they are have to face Safe" Council, has installed both
from the course they have set. urged to fill out the form being : today are much safety belts and shoulder straps

But, as President Kennedy stressed in his address to the sent them and return it to the ;;r more complex for his wife and himself in his

General Asembly, the problem facing the United Nationsnow VA anyway. It'll reassure them { than they were auto in line with the recom-

is not the death of one man. "The problem," he said, "is that the VA has their correct 20 years ago. mendations of the Council.Dr. .
the life of this organization. It will either grow to meet the choices and help greatly in the '. The people off Weaver says that he feels

challenges of our age or it will be gone with the wind, without new program said B. J. Gannon, \');:.y. ., <.,' today appear safety belts are the cheapest
influence Officer in Charge of the VA Office .<<" '.:;::&:..:/A4:; I to be better can
without force, without respect. Were we to type of insurance a person
let it die, to enfeeble its vigor, to cripple its powers, we in Jacksonville. Hansley educated and, buy today.
would If. on the Other hand some therefore, are better prepared to
condemn our future. and shoulder
The safety ?belts
change has occurred in the vete I cope with the problems we now
THESE ARE SOLEMN words, highlighting a firm and ran's family so that his designations I have." CDR Louis Hansley, Of- straps, contrary to popular be-
perspicuous statement of the U. S. position. It was reaf- should, and have not been ficer in Charge, Consolidated lef, are very comfortable said

firmation of our faith as a nation in the ability of a strong brought up to date, this is his Surplus Sales Office, NAS Jack- CAPT Weaver, and they actuallyaid
United Nations to, make progress in the outlawry (of war chance to make this important sonville."I in keeping the driver; from

and the improvement of living standards of all peoples."A change, Gannon continued. The think they becoming fatigued.

U. N. Decade of Development"-thus the President form is in duplicate and if both are. I thinkwe Safety belts are available at

envisaged the great global aim which 100 nations working copies are returned to the VA, are show- ar# the Navy Exchange gas stationat

together could pursue in the 1960's if the ugly spector of: hey will be validated and an official ing our patri- reduced prices. They are
war were banished. Ten years from now the world could copy returned to the policy- otism by being equipped with safety clasps and
be a far better place to live in-or it could be uninhabitable holder for attaching to his policy willing to sac- come in many colors to match

The United Nations, born at the close of the greatest war The last beneficiary designa- rifice our civilian the interiors of most automobiles.

man has ever known, is his best insurance against the lat- tion on record with the VA is careers '" rrhY

ter becoming the reality. .binding, therefore, it is important for service in, .. .. jt,::r. conditions are so un-

that veterans notify the VA the military at i". '" \tWi I stable. During a time of war,

of any changes or additions of the present.t.. -.-:......:... people defend their freedoms
Suicide Third In Military DeathsThe beneficiaries promptly to avoid People are de- Kinard much more readily than during
proceeds going to undesired monstrating their patriotic will- peacetime." Raymond E. Snow-

third leading cause of I beneficiaries. ingness by serving their coun berry, YN3, VP-18.
death among peacetime military 000 personnel each year. The Air try." Capt. Rupert H. Kinard
personnel is suicide, accordingto Force rate is 14 with that for Haglund Named For Regular Army Advisor to Florida "They are
a Veterans Administration report the Navy and Marine Corps be- National patriotic.
confirmed by Service sta- ing 10. The National rate is saidto HonorsGalen Guard."I People don't
be about 9.8 think that seem to be so
tistics which shows suicides near per 100,000.. a
Americans interested i
the top of the causes for deaths, In 1959, the latest year for J. Haglund, AEAN, of quite patriotic are and npolitics '
often overshadowing heart disease which complete statistics are' the Naval Air Technical Train- '
;. R now although what is going ,
and cancer. available, the Navy and Marine ing Unit, was named honormanof I think ;
Far out in front, however, as Corps recorded 97 suicides, com- the October 13 graduatingclass :;' during a that on in Wash- j
war ington
causes of death among military pared to 81 deaths from diseases of the NATTU Leadership] as they
would be used
to be. Also
personnel are automobile ind of the coronary arteries and 54 School. 1 -

aircraft accidents, which claimup from cancer, the second and third CDR A. A. Cipolat, NAT- {. even triotic.more pa we do not
They h e'enough
to half the deaths recordedby leading causes of nonaccidentaldeath. TU's director of training, pre- a v Rooks
the Armed Forces iri the sented would be as people who are active in com-
any During same year, Haglund the honorman's
year. 244 Navy personnel died from plaque at graduation exercises as munity campaigns and organi-
Snowberry they have Jan
The highest suicide rate is aircraft accidents and 510 from in Rosenthal Gym and later a been in the past zations as we should have.
during a time Rooks Clinic NAS
credited to the Army with approximately auto accidents. Total Navy deathsin photo of himself receiving the of war. I don't think we AN, Dental CC-UF,
15 from each 100- 1959 was 1,370. I plaque. to be too patriotic appear Cecil Field, TAD to
now because
Campaign, Jacksonville.

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POWER UNLIMITED-This is true in two tenses, one being that the pint- CHECK AND DOUBLE CHECK-Seated at the control panel of the O&R
size T58 engine in the foreground packs a more powerful horsepower punch test cell for the power-packed T58 engines are (left to right), Arthur L. Morse,

is pound-for-pound the collection of than top any officials other here currently discussing in use its by merits.the Navy Chatting and about the other the George Ramsey and Eric E. O'Brien (standing), all test cell operators. Every detail -

engine's capabilities and O&R's recent completion, on schedule, of its first of the overhauled engine's performance is checked here before it is approved -
quarter of a newly assigned overhaul and repair program on the engines are for reissue to fleet units. Detection of the slightest descrepancy in the
(left to right), J. D. Kirby Supervisor of G.E.'s Southeastern District Office, engine's functioning by these elaborate checking devices sends it back to the
Atlanta, Ga. CAPT Robert H. Fagan, O&R Officer; Kent Bradford, Managerof
shop for correction and reiesting. This photo was taken while the first T58
Product from the
Supply factory's Small Aircraft Engine Department Lynn
Mass.,. and James W. Hall, O&R's Power Plant Division foreman. overhauled at O&R was in the cell.

a {{..vF
O&R Meets Production

2 Schedule On T58 EngineHaving

been recently assigned the East Coast respon-
sibility for overhaul and repair of the Navy's newest and
most powerful horsepower per pound engine, the T58, the
NAS Overhaul and Repair Department has come through
I with flying colors in meeting its production schedule i.,r
the first quarter. l'' -

Following an extensive and 1 G.E.'s Southeastern District: Atlanta -
thorough training and pilot ov- Ga., and Kent Bradford,
erhaul period, the new gas tur- Manager of Product Support,
bo-shaft jet engines are now being from the factory's Small Aircraft

handled on a production line Engine Department, Lynn, Mass.,
44 basis by O&R. were on hand to congratulatethe
Both officials of General Elec- O&R Officer and personnelon
tric's Small Aircraft Engine implementation of the pro-
Department, which developedthe gram.
engine, and the O&R officer, The pint-sized engine, only 59
CAPT Robert H. Fagan, along inches long, weighing less than
with shop supervisors were 300 pounds, and less than 20
pleased with the smooth opera- inches in diameter, produces a
tion in getting the program un- guaranteed 1,250 shaft horse-

derway here.J. power, to average more than
a ;<. > D. Kirby, Supervisor of four horsepower for each poundof
its weight.

:i: FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION Developed by G.E. primarilyfor

I use in helicopters, a limited
THIS IS THE FIRST ONE-L. C. Anderson (left), T58 Program Coordinator, points with number of Navy units
pride to the first engine to be overhauled at O&R following its test cell check. Showing their equal are cur-
pride in the completion of the first engine overhaul are (left to right) M. M. Herring!!, test cell rently using the engines. A few
supervisor; J. C Miller, project engineer of testing facilities; and R. E. -Dorman. G. E. technical President Walter Johnson of squadrons of HSS-2 'copters at
representative. Branch 126, Fleet Reserve Asso- Key West and Ream Field, Calif.
ciation, has announced that the are the only ones utilizing the

Volunteer Gray Ladies Football// Rodeo organization's October 19 meet- mite-size power plant.
ing, at which Congressman The new 12-man shop, Shop
Tickets Now At Charles E. Bennett was guest 6147, organized at O&R to con-

Fill 95 Hospital Jobs speaker, was most successful.The duct the T58 program, is under
Special ServicesTickets candy sale being sponsoredby the immediate supervision of

for two outstanding Branch 126 to help defray Doug King.
Ninety-five assignments each week are now being filled
local events are now availableat General Electric's technical representatives -
volunteer Red Cross Ladies at the U.S. Naval Hos- costs of the 1962 Caucus which
by Gray Special Services, Building at O&R to coordi-
pital. Twenty-five who transferred in during the fall have 704. Advance tickets'are now will be held here, will end on nate facets of the overhaul and

made it possible to supplement the experienced volunteer on sale for the second annual October 30, Johnson said. Boothsare repair program are R. E. Dor-
staff and to meet the Hospital's request for a total of 66 rodeo to be held in the Jack- located at Overhaul and Re- man and C. N. Baker.
assignments in its departments.In sonville Ball Park October 25
William F. Rau, Daniel Richardson pair, the Commissary and the Both Dorman and Baker say
addition, 29 Gray Ladies assist through November 4, during
the Hospital Red Cross in John Tillis, S. M. Trzcinski, the greater Jacksonville Fair.. Navy Exchange.The that the current production quo-
carrying out its program of recreation Joseph Phil White, Thomas M. Prices for the tickets are next regular meeting of ta for overhaul and repair of the
T58 will be
crafts and 'social ser- Wofford and R. G. Wood. reduced one dollar from the the Branch is set for November new ually increased engines as mechanicsand grad-

vices for the patients. Ladies who have joined after regular prices. Box seats will 16, with all members urged to production methods become

Completing a recent class being transferred here are: be $1.75, other seats are $1,25, attend. Members are also reminded more familiar to all concerned,
were: Mesdames E. G. Blouin, Mesdames James R. Compton, $1.00 and 75 cents. and requested to dis- minor bottlenecks are workedout

Ira Bulson, Richard Doherty, C. R. Larson, N. E. Morgan and December 30, Gator Bowl play the Stars and Stripes onVeteran's and availability of engines
John P. Elixson, Julian G. Fuller Eugene Verdery. football tickets arc also avail- increase.
Sr., John A. Gillcrist, FredA. able. The cost is $7.25 each Day, November 11.
Gruber, Preston W. Hatch, These Red Cross volunteersserve which includes a pro rata cost For further information phone Following overhaul, the en-
Robert E. Holt, Leroy Irvin, J. regularly in the hospital of Gator Bowl membership.U. Johnson at EV 4-6635 or NAS gines will be ,run through test
C. Kwaak, Alfred S. Lent, JamesB. blood bank, library, medical Ext. 8472 or public relations cell checkouts and then preparedfor
Linder, R. F. Mohrhardt, R. clinics, neuropsychiatric clinic, reissue to fleet units on the
walk-in clinic in addition to chairman Charles Weber at EV same basis as other power plantsfor
D. Nauman, A. P. Palanci, G. R. and Navy-Freedom's Guardian
M. Pearson, William R. Prager, the Red Cross. 9-6139 or NAS Ext. 8547. fleet aircraft. .

JAX AIR NEWS 26 October 1961


Greater Jax Ag-Ind Fair I\Classified ', 45 Enlisted Men Donate

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Opens Gator Bowl StandThe For. Sale Blood To Donor CenterThe

seventh annual Greater Jacksonville Agriculturaland Cedar HilU-3 bdrm, 2 bath, $97.60per
Industrial Fair, bigger and better than ever, opened an mot Lt. Sneed, Ext. 520. Naval Hospital Blood Donor Center has reportedthat
yesterday in the Gator Bowl By Owner- bdrm, kit equip, $52.50per
11-dav run area. mo SP 12210. a total of 45 enlisted men donated blood between Sep-
There will be more fun per ; The donations will be used for
Bedspreads. Sell or Swap-being trinifd to Pen tember 26 and October 4.
square inch at the 1961 Fair ( coll, Ig bdrmi, 2 bath; R. L. Algood, military personnel and their dependents, with others eligibleto
than in any of the six previous Commercial and public service SP 1.3981 or SP 14611. receive assistance in case of emergency.Blood .
years. exhibits by the score.Demonstrations By Owner-Cedar Hills, 4 bdrm, 2 .
First there is the RCA-en- of such sundry bath; PO 5-1685 or AM ,8-4012 after donors on September 26 H. Hazelton, AN; Melvin M.

dorsed Rodeo, the largest in the talents as precious stone-cutting, 1700. were: Stanley H. Carendor, FR; Kohlmeir, AN; Larry L. Long,
For Rant Donald L. Hartzell SA John G.
history of Florida, with a $4,275 skindiving, and portrait paint- ; AA; and D. L. Sharp, AN; all
Furn Apt-4 rmi & bath, gar, $70 Judge Jr., SR; and Salvatore
fund and 11 performanceson from AE "A" School Eugene D.
prize ing.A Mn. Clark, EV 71950. Snicky, SR; all of the NAS ;
11 days. The rodeo can be city yo-yo championship.An Ortega-furn bdrm & kltntte, $35, donors this McDonough, AA; Military Per-
enjoyed on any day except Sun- Armed Forces Mrt. Miller, EV 84235. Brig. Emergency on sonnel Office, NATTU; Pvt. Larry
exhibit, Furn-2 5-rm houses, pool; Mri. Jan date were: William R. Doty, AN;
October 29. On Saturday, E. Rogers, Pfc. Thomas H. Sch-
day, featuring Army, Navy Marine
49036. Juri P. Matsen, AA; Larry C.
October 28 the rodeo will be ( lack, and Pvt. Gerald J. Silva
and Air Force static displays.And ,
This 'n' That Taylor, AA; and Robert A. Toi-
at 1430 and 2000. all from MAD.
then there are the big Car Pool-Arlington-San Marco-River. go, AN, all from AE "A" School;
Then there is the Square Dance tide, share In CP or 0800- Blood donors from the NAS
thrills of the midway of the Cet- pay pingr and Pvt. John 11. Mehrtens Jr.,
Festival on the night of October lin 1630; I. Spwak, Ext. 8246 or RA 5.2835 Brig on October 3 were: Sher-
and Wilson Shows, which from Marine Air Detachment.
evening man W. Cooper, SN; William A.
26.A boast of 50 rides, side shows stationed Gas Pool,
Duty Swap- San. Twelve enlisted men fromNATI'U
fireworks showon Eaton, SA Edward P. Godbee
spectacular ; ,
games of sill, numerous games, ford, desire swap to Jax area, have not donated blood
the nights of October 28 and on Sep- SN; Leon E. Noykos, FR Harry
refreshments and the received Seavey Card, can qual; F. C. ;
ever pre- tember 27 including Richard L.
30, and November 4. Tomeitic, ABH2. L. Pflum Jr., FA; and Cyril J.
sent cotton candy. Hamilton Jr. AA and WilliamG.
Top-notch football games on ; I Warren, HR.
the nights of October 27 and There is something doing, and Payne, AA; both from AO I Blood donors on October 4

November 1, 2 and 3, involvingsix plenty of it, every day at the U. S. Navy-Freedom's Guardian "A" School; George E. Davis, were: Donna J. Crivello, SN;
local high school teams.A Greater Jacksonville Fair. AA; Roger Gordy, AE3; Walter and Betty A. Tittle, SA; both

concert on Sunday, October -, : ..a: .v- + from the Administration Department -
29, by the Third Army Band. ; and Patricia E. Pie-
Two nights (October 30 and beau, PN, NAS Military Per-
31) of a Fall Fashion Festival, : sonnel Office. Donors from the
in wttich homemakers will match NAS Dispensary were: JimmieL.

sewing talents with a new sew- Bedingfield, HN; Thomas L.
ing machine as the big prize.A Douglas, HA; William E. Hert,
big Quarterhorse Show all HW2; and Douglas G. Seitz, HN.

day Friday, November 3. } George E. Gutierrez, DT3; and
Livestock exhibits, including Robert L. Springfield, DTI; were
adult and youth beef and dairy the donors from the Dental De-

cattle, rabbits, swine, poultryand partment. Also donationg were
eggs, and registered horses. Robert L. Miller, SA; and GlennE.
Arts and craft exhibits, some Smith, AK2; both from NAS
3,000 of them, ranging from a 4 1 Commissary Department.More .
microscopic sea shell to huge blood donors on October

4 were: Mary M..Jorsey, SA;
Linnea L. Lammers, SN; find t
MOVIES' James A. Martin, DK1; all from

Disbursing; D. R. Clarke, SN;
Jimmie L. Gump, AK2; LeonardC.
Thursday, Oct. 26 Paoletto, AKAN; and ByronH.

Mainside-To Hell and Back, 4 Wise, AK3; all from Supply
1900 only. { + Department.
NATT Unit Underwater

Warrior, 1900 only.

1900 Hospital only. Quantrills Raider, NSLI Policy

Friday, Oct. 27 t: Holders
Mainside -The Alamo, 1900

only.NATT Unit To Hell and ChangePlans

Back, 1900 only.
Hospital Underwater War- Veterans and servicemen who
have National Service Life Insurance -
rior, 1900 only. .. ...
uR: ::: xaR'6:2t: ::::: :{cLr.::aa.arcLkLxao: >.a+c .IE :iA ira a. .n{}}{}++
with the letters
Saturday Oct. 28 policies
OVER THE TOP-Keymen of Marina Aviation Detachment (standing) Join with their unit "RS" preceding the policy num-
Mainside Oklahoman, 1900 chairman, Capt. Curtis C. Dekle (right), in pushing their Community Chest-United Fund drive
only. over the top of the goal (post). On the receiving end is LtCoL P. S. Atari Jr.. (center), command ber may now exchange their
NATT Unit-The Alamo, 1900 ing Officer of MAD. The detachment contributed to the tune of 142% of its assigned quota. policies for one which will par-
only. ticipate in the special dividend

Hospital-To Hell and Back, recently declared by the Presi-
1900 only._ dent, according to the Veterans

Sunday, Oct. 29 Administration.These .
Mainside-Oh Men! Oh Wo- policyholders have a

men, 1400 and 1900. choice of permanent plans which
NATT Unit-Oklahoman, 1400 11 will have a cash or loan value

and 1900. after one year.
Hospital The Alamo, 1900 There are three life plans and
only. : three endowment plans. For

Monday, Oct. 30 example, a $10,000( 30-Pay Life
Mainside-Carry on Sergeant, policy issued to a 28 year-old
1900 only. veteran has a monthly premiumof
{ NATT Unit-Oh Men! Oh Wo- $13.80. The cash value after

men, 1900 only. one year is $157.90.
Hospital Oklahoman, 1900

Tuesday, Oct. 31 Blood/ Donor Day
Mainside-Valley of the Dragons -
1900 only. I Set For Nov. 8

NATT Unit Carry on Sergeant Civilian
employees are reminded -
1900 only. that a blood donor
Hospital-Oh Men! Oh Wo- day has been scheduled for

men, 1900 only. Wednesday, November 8, at
Wednesday, Nov. 1 the M a ins ide Dispensary,
Mainside-Thunder in the Sun, Building 8.Donations.

1900 only. will be taken
Unit of the _
NATT Valley between 0830 and 1200.
Dragons, 1900 only. ANOTHER 100% CHECK-CDR W. W. Honour (left), skipper of Patrol presents
Hospital-Carryon Sergeant, a huge check representing the squadron's 100% contribution of its quota to IheCommurSi Chest-
United Fund Drive, to CAPT Renfro Turner ComFaiiWing 11. CDR
Honour presented the check U. S. Navy-Freedom's
1900 only. GuardianPage"
immediately following his squadron's return from NAF Sigonella Sicily, last week.

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1 ... Competition KeepsKeglers

: m On Their ToesLast


week's three intramural bowling league leaders
<\ stayed in that position as the season reached the half-way

{ mark However, the trio slipped slightly, not winning any

games by shut-outs. _
In the American, Spades Aces
Q'i continued to dominate that cir- in that league. All the rest rang

cuit with a 3-1 win over Faetu, up 3-1 tallies, including A/C
?, Maintenance "A" the Mol-
giving the cards a 27-5 slate.
Operations AUW scored 4-0 over arolas, Admin MAA's over Ma-
SKY WARRIOR ComFairJax "A," and the Yel- rines "A," Electrons over the
TAKEOFF-VAP-62 gridmen are shown here thlt toward their
on move Ten Pins and the Play Boys
Faetu football low Jacket out-kegled Dispensary
opponents in their clash at the Station stadium last week. Faetu'won he fracas by a
safety, 8-6. 4-0, for the only blank scores over the Sky Warriors.The .

Continental League lead-

Marines NARTU I ing Fire Balls cooled a bit last
Two Basketball Volleyball Increasing In week, as their edge dipped to

I 24-8, after their 2-2 tie with the
Clash For IM I Meetings Set Strikes. The Hornets were the

Popularity Here At NAS only ones to ring up a flawless
4-0 score in that league, with a
Oct. 31 Nov. 7
Football LeadThe win over the Untouchables. In

Intramural basketball will Volleyball, an increasingly popular sport for Americans,' other league action, Army ADA
Marines is well supported aboard the Station at both the intramuraland trounced O&R 3-1, ComFairJax
and NARTU begin Monday, November 20,
touch football teams galloped with two leagues this .varsity level. The Navy recognized the game as var- "B" beat Supply "A" 3-1, and
along the victory trail as of last according to athletic director year, sity caliber for the first time last year, when the All Navy the Sparatans tied two up with
with I Tournament was held at NAS A lamed a, Calif. Jax the Owl Hoots.
Monday, 4-0 slates. The Frank McCaffrey.Two .
I Navy's varsity team, includingAll
two titans were scheduled to The National League leading
American Jim Pitts of
organizational meetings
clash Tuesday but results this
were have been slated in prepara- NATTU, battled to the top, onlyto Handball Tennis' Stingers slumped again
not available at press time. The tion for the coming season; be defeated by the flu. week, dropping a 3-1 game to
never-s cor ed-against Leather- NARTU, giving them a slim
Local intramural
necks allowed six points to be one on Tuesday, October 31, volleyball Games competition. The
Ping Pong 25-7 edge on
and another on Tuesday, Nov- began its first week of competi-
tallied dumpedthe
against them Handlers
in their Hospital Pan
tion last week at the Mainsidegym.
ember 7. Both will
12-6 hassle with Operations, to pow-wows Road Runners 4-0, and Ma-
Some teams look stronger Planned In Nov.
be held at the Mainside gym,
the Pin Benders -
break the ice in that column. beginning at 0930. than others but all have their rine "B" squashed
t NARTU had recorded 'a 24-0 weak spots, which should Three of the so-called minor 4-0, for the two shut outs
rout over Admin earlier in the Entry deadline has been set strengthen in the next few sports will receive attentionby in that loop. Remaining scores
week. for Friday, November 10. weeks. All games are played at Station amateur athletes read like this: VP-30 "B" over
Of the four one-loss teams, the Mainside gym, Monday, next month, as plans are now the Echoes 3-1, Hospital over
the Air Force 679th and A/C Tuesday'' and Wednesday, at either being made for handball, ping the Scope Dopes 3-1 and VP-30
Maintenance escaped last week's 1100 or 1200. pong and tennis tournaments. "C" over VP-16, 3-1.

gridiron grind unscathed, witha VP-5 Driver To At the outset, VA-44 won Further information on this Tom Brennan of VP-30 Spades
bye and a 12-6 win over VA- easily over Disease Vector Con- will be announced at a later Aces grabbed high game honors

176, respectively. The other two trol, 15-1 and 15-5; VP-30 took date, so get in shape for the with 256, and finished the :series:
weren't quite so fortunate, as Enter Pensacola two over the Air Force 679th tournament of your choice. with 619, also best for the week..
VA-44 drubbed Hospital 8-0, and 15-0 and 15-2; the Marines con-
FAETU squelched the VAP-62 quered stubborn VP-16 15-7,

Sky Warriors 8-6. Race SaturdayWilliam 10-15, and 15-12; ComFairJax Clear
Patron' thirty dunked VP-16 battered O&R 15-4 and 15-2;; Football Psychics
6-0 for their first win of the and Dispensary whipped VP-18
King of Patrol Squadron -
season. 15-4 and 1513.LO .
Five will take part in the
1961 Fiesta of Five Flags Divi- And Cool On

sional Championship Sports Car .
Kennedy Takes Races to be held in Pensacola, e t + law of averages caught up with two of the permanent panelof

Florida, October 28-29. gridiron guessers, and brought sports writer Ralph Bailey and

Point King will drive a modified Test your memory and see if athletic director Frank McCaffrey, out of the red last week with 12 out

Jax-Navy Falcon in the two days of rac- you can answer the following of 15 right. Next in line was Paul Henkemeyer, last week's guest

ing at Corry Field. Sponsoredby World Series questions. selector from ComFairJax, with 11 right. But the big news was

Golf TourneyRay the Fiesta of Five Flags As- 1. How many games did Andy Planey's demise, in the form of ONLY 9 right.
and under the auspicesof
sociation the Gulf Coast Region of the Pittsburgh play to win the 1960 This week's guest selector is CDR J. K. Davis, Commanding
Kennedy of Overhaul and series? Administrative Unit, ComFairJax. Games for the
Sports Car Club of America, the Officer, Flag
Repair took the top place in the course is designed to furnish 2. What pitcher won the deciding week are: Washington-Oregon; Baylor-Texas A&M; Southern Cal-
Jax Navy Point Tournament at contest last season and t
participants and spectators alike Illinois Texas-Rice Oklahoma-Colorado; Northwestern-N 0 r e
the Station golf course last week, exciting thrills. what was the final score? ;
and Geor-
with ,fast Michigan-Minnesota; Iowa-Purdue;
with a four under par 68 and 40 3. When was the first WS Dame; Navy-Pittsburgh;
points.Ed game played? gia-Kentucky; Tulane-Georgia-Tech; Florida-L.S.U.; Duke-North

Dietrick turned in the sec- 4. Which league has won the Carolina State; Auburn-Clemson and New Mexico-Air Force.

ond best card with a 70 and 38 Richerson most WS pennants? MAC DAVIS
points, and Dave Johnson of BAILEY 'LANEY .
5. What National League team -

NATTU 37 points rang and up a third 71. place with Named ForCoaching has played in the WS the most Washington Washington Washington Washington
This week end of October 28 Baylor Baylor Baylor
and 29 will feature the first half PostO. (Answers to Quiz) Southern Cal Southern ell Southern Cal Southern Cal
of the Station Golf Championship Texas Texas Texas Texas
Tournament. The 12 holeno D. Richerson of VA-176, has 'S3BJJ9ATJ Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado
handicap event will be con- been named to the position of UOM pUB S3JJ3S flSJUBIQ uJ pa'eid Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dime
tinued November 4 and 5 to varsity basketball coachfor the 3J.IOA[ AV3tf 3UJ 'S Navy Pittsburg Navy Navy

decide the leading local linkster. Jax Navy Fliers. Richerson was 'ZZ leuojjBji atn :Jsauij; SB UOA\ Michigan Minnesota Michigan Minnesota
Sanford Navy's pilot before com- set anSeaq ueojiatuv am3p 'to Iowa Iowa Iowa IOWI
Kentucky Kentucky Georgia
ing here. 'Cq.mqsnTd? pawaj
Tech Georgia Tech.. Georgia Tech Georgia Tech
The excited mother Georgia
young UOJSOQ uaqACOGI UI 6
called to her husband: "The Starting positions are still opento L.S.U. L.S.U. L.S.U. L.SU.
baby has. swallowed the those desiring to play' ball. saajiue ain Duke Duke Duke Duke
matches! Daily practice is held at the J3AO 3JODS 6-01 e A"q UOM Xjp Auburn Auburn Auburn Auburn

Mainside gym 1600-1730, Mon- -peji 4aA1ell sqJnqsnTd 'Z New Mexico Air Force Air Force Air Force
He called back: "Here, use my .
cigarette lighter." day through Friday. 'UMS t

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JOWC : ; ThoughContinued
( from Page If

as the union between a carrier

Bazaar and its air group. Money for the
CC-UF was raised while the

r T: ships were deployed at sea.
For November 2 Official estimates show that
the men who man the carriersand
\ \ air groups are in part of
The Jacksonville Officers'
the Greater Jacksonville com-
Wives Club will hold
a Charity : munity from three to four
Bazaar on Thursday November L\
months of each year. Yet, when
2, from 1000 to 1800, in Build- their
called upon to support
ing 40, near the Station bank.
t 'r community ashore, the responseis

The ladies have selected an almost 100 percent everytlme.
old fashioned, rustic, general 1.r The FDR with CAG-1 and the"Shang"
store theme for the Bazaar. with CAG-10 worked as
r i teams and launched shipboard
Many handicraft items, Christmas campaigns as soon as the drive
gifts arid decorations, exotic was begun. No announced goals
foods and curios will be up for were set, except that 100% par-

sale.All ticipation of N a v y men was
hands are welcome to s4 urged.

come and shop at the Bazaar, : The N a v y in Jacksonville
proceeds from which will go to 7 makes up 80 percent of the Fed-
the Girl Scouts, Arts and Craft wY eral Division in Jacksonville.The .
Program at the Naval Hospitaland q total of $20,734 contri-
the Golden Nugget Teen buted by the three carriers and

Club, all located aboard NAS their air groups, one will haveto
Jacksonville. admit, is more than a "fair

General chairmen of the event "KEEP A SHARP LOOKOUT"-That may have been the word of LT Robert Kraft (left). share" in support of the home-
are Mrs. John B. Bain and Mrs. Patrol Squadron 16 plane commander, as he conduct a plane-tide briefing of his Crew Seven port.
Alfred Fowler. Mrs. Joseph M. prior to taking off from NAS Jax on a training flight for a forthcoming Project Mercury minion.
VP-16 has again been assigned the special minion of locating the nose cone of a Project Mercury
Carson is serving as advisor. "Man in Space" missile test. Launching date and time for the project is as yet unannounced. JaxNavyContinued
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Eagles Of VP-16 Given Anti-Freeze Now Perry.Special recognition has been

given to the Naval Reserve
On Sale At NX Training Center, Marine Air Re-
Project Mercury Mission serve Training Detachment, and

Service, StationThe the USS Paiute for not only hav-
exceeded their quota, but
The "Eagles" of Patrol Squadron ing
16 have again been assigneda period in May 1960, VP-16 was Navy Exchange calledits having exceeded one day's pay
special mission collateral dutyas deployed to Antigua, B.W.I., patrons attention to the from each individual and a 100
part of the forthcoming Project where it participated in a Task fact that winter is now uponus percent participation.
Mercury Recovery Force Force 140 rehearsal to drill forcesin this week and therefore
with their commanding officer locating and recovering mis- time to begin thinking about
sile nose cones to be used in anti-freeze for their vehicles. Five VA-176 Men
CDR Robert G. Bagby, being
designated Commander Task Project Mercury shots. Anti-freeze is now availableat
Unit 140.3.2 which is the Air At that time VP-16's crew the NX Service Station at Tested, All Up

,Search and Recovery Unit for eleven, commanded by LCDR a new special low price and

,the primary landing area. Chandler von Schrader, was authorized patrons are urgedto For AdvancementFive
take of the /
Launching date and time for I first to locate and report the advantage op-
the Project Mercury shot is "planted" cone. Considered so portunity to purchase now and "WELCOME ABOARD" members of Attack
CAPT James R.
classified .and has not been released successful, the Air Search and prevent cold weather damageto feted to a welcome Compton aboard was Squadron 176's Ordnance Crew

for publication.The Recovery Operations Order pre- their autos. luncheon by the civilian em- who participated in the August
squadron commander and pared by VP-16 at that time has ployees executive group last service-wide examinations for

his P2V "Neptune" fliers are been used with only minor experience, enthusiasm, and Thursday in the Smith Roomof advancement have all been reported -
the Civilian Cafeteria. CAPT
experienced veterans in the changes, for recovery of all shots ability to locate a submarine Compton is shown here as he successful in their bids

United States' Project Mercury since. anywhere in the vast ocean expressed his appreciation to for promotion.R. .
Space Program, having partici- The "Eagles" have actually expenses, speedy location and the group and discussed the G. McConnaughey will be
pated or been closely allied with taken part in recoveries from recovery of the cone is almost importance of cooperation of all promoted to third class; A. A.
personnel for the benefit of the
most of the shots dating back! three shots since their initial assignment assured. Especially so, since Station. Kirby, D. C. Porter, and A. D.
to the formation of the Recovery and are said to be look- they will know within what Peebles will be advanced to sec-
Force. ing forward to the forthcomingtest exact area the cone is expectedto ond class. R. D. Reynolds goes
I U.) S. Navy-Freedom's Guardian
During a five-day formative with enthusiasm. With theIr descend.. to first class.

I 21 Laws Signed Affecting Navy PersonnelSome I

21 bills affecting Naval
personnel were passed during the tween February and' September provisions of the Universal Mili- time for changes or revocationsis end of military duty effective
first session of the 87th Congress 1958, when the allowance was tary Training and Service Act reduced from five to three from midnight on the day of

which just recently adjourned and withdrawn. to boost reemployment protec- years; and withdrawal is pro- discharge.

have been signed into law by the Public Law 87-103-Makes re- tion of those who are extendedor vided for in cases of severe fin- Public Law 87-123- Providesfor

,President. Probably the most im- enlistment bonuses more uniformby called up from the reserves ancial hardship. the expanded assignment of
portant was Public Law 87-117 changing the Career Com- under current conditions. Public Law 87-140-Authorizes Marine Corps supplydutyonlyofficers
which granted the President authority pensation Act of 1949 to read Public Law 87-374-This "trailer a retired member to have his to unrestricted duty.

to call 250,000 ready reservists "three months" instead of "90 bill" authorizes payments up household effects, shipped to a Public Law 87-53-Authorizes
to active duty and to ex- days." Some missed out on reup to 36 cents a mile for moving location other than that originally $12.4 billion for the

tend some terms of service up to bonuses when they signed up on mobile homes. selected, provided he pays any ment of aircraft, missiles procure-and
12 months. the 91st or 92nd day following Public Law 87-164-Makes allowances excess charges above the original
naval vessels for fiscal 1962.
Some of the main legislative release. The law is retroactive. for transportation
87109Providest specified under the Career Com- cost.Public Public Law 87-118-Provides
proposals which the President Public Law Law 87-132-Cuts the
signed into law include: h a t Naval Reserve Officer pensation Act uniform for all duty-free allowance from $500to additional funds to improve the

Public Law 87385Ammending Training Corps graduates will be reserve personnel, either on active $100 for servicemen and their non-nuclear capabilities of our
the Uniform Code of Military treated the same as Naval Acad- duty or inactive, with or families returning from overseas ground forces, to increase air
and sea lift and to expand the
Justice by specifying the author- emy graduates. They will be con- without pay. tours.
ity for prosecuting members of tinued on active duty as regulars Public Law 87381Overhaulsthe Public Law 87-201-Authorizes anti-submarine warfare program.

the Armed Forces ,who pass bad after completing their obligated Uniform Services Contin- $150,000 for completion of the Public Law 87-57-Earmarks
checks. tours unless they specifically ask gency Option Act (now the Re- U. S. Pacific War Memorial on $831 million for construction and
Public Law 87-188-Permits an to be shifted to reserve status tired Serviceman's Family Pro- the hulk of the battleship Ari- improvement of military basesat
advance payment of the service- and inactive duty. tection Act) to broaden cover-' zona at Pearl Harbor. home and abroad, including
man's basic pay to dependentswho Public Law 87-145-Revises the age. The old 18-year cut-off ruleis Public Law 87-84-Extends direct missile sites'and nuclear sub-

are ordered to evacuate any. method of paying divers. Fixesa modified to permit an option and guaranteed home loan marine bases.
overseas area in an emergency. flat rate of special diving pay election to be made three years programs for World War II vet- Public Law 87-378-Makes the
Public Law 87-207-A "for- from $55 to $110 a month depending prior to retiremen; a new pro- erans to July 26, 1967, and for ROTC graduate training programrun
giveness{ bill" applying to those on the specialist's qua- vision is set up for those who Korea veterans to February 1, from three to six months at
who, in good faith, received a lifications. make an election with less than 1975. the discretion of the service se-
family separation allowance be- Public Law 87-391-Amends 18 years service; the waiting Public Law 87-102-Makes the cretary.Page .