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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 21, 1962
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j i I Navy Says No Credit Given For Peace Corps ServiceTo


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clear up any possible Reservists who want to work And those who have com time he spends therein toward to complete the Ready Re-

misunderstanding, the Bureauof for the Peace Corps will haveto pleted their initial active duty meeting his Ready Reserve serve training requirementsfor
Naval Personnel has
nounced an- finish the active duty or periods will have to check out participation requirement un- which he originally signed.
its policy concerningthe
effect of Peace Corps active duty for training per- with the Reserve authorities less he is in an area where Furthermore, says BuPers

membership on Naval Reserve iods for which they are ob- when they go into the Peace suitable military training can Inst. 1001.28, membership in

obligations.In !iligated before they can accept Corps. be arranged.And the Peace Corps will not be a

a word, the effect can be membership in the Peace After entering the Peace after he gets out of the basis for discharge from the

described as "none." Corps. Corps, he can't count the Peace Corps, he will still have Reserve.




LT Bibb Wins Freedom




J11X H1fs FoundationAwardMedalLT



Benjamin O. Bibb, NAS Jax Radar Air Traffic Con-

trol Center Watch Officer this week was named one of the

top winners in the 1961 Freedom Foundation's Award Program -
Vol. 19 No. 45 U.S. NAS Jacksonville, Fla. 21 February 1962 ,
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The Naval Officer will receive
stand threats it and
against
$100 in cash and a George Wash- even
Navy Secretary more motivated to protect it by
ington Honor Medal Award.LT .
any means within my power."I .
: h 4 tto;o3't'J.' +:};} c>.yfo; Bibb is no newcomer to
? the writers circle. He recently must participate by speak-
Urges Observance : ; received a check for $200 from ing of freedom-to my family,

the Naval Institute Proceedings my friends, my neighbors, and

Magazine for an article on Lea- anyone else who can be influ-
Brotherhood WeekThe enced to further appreciate the
7'4 dership which will appear in a
value of and to participate more
forthcoming issue. lIe has also
week of February 18-25 written several articles for the fully in freedom. My speaking of

has been designated by the Na- magazine "Approach"! one of freedom will precipitate more

tional Conference of Christiansand which appeared in the June 1961 speaking of freedom, lighting
other active where only
Jews as "BrotherhoodWeek. issue. sparks
dormant coals had been."I .
.
Here is the prize winning let-
In view of the designation, Se- ter: must participate by working

cretary of the Navy Fred Korth "Gentlemen: (Pleat Turn to Page 6, Cot 5))

has instructed all naval installa- "You ask what I can do for
tions and units that it is "a freedom?

period when each of us can help L .n Z.a. jY) "There is one paramount thing Bullpup, Sparrow

promote mutual understandingamong that I can do for freedom, and

our friends at home and that is to exert every possible Missile
Training
overseas. effort to make sure that I my-
The Secretary went on to say self remain a free man.

that "Our Navy's influence will "Is this a selfish attitude? I Comes To NAS

? often be measured not ,only. in say .NO/II!

terms of military power, but in .
"For if I remain free
> my
the degree of equality which we, CDR Robin E. Larson, Com-
children will be free. desire
My
as individuals, afford to men of PLEASANT SURPRISE T Benjamin O. Bibb's reactions for my own freedom will increase -I manding Officer, Naval Air
all races and religions throughout register pleasant surprise when he received notification on Mon- desire to all Maintenance Training Group,
see men
the world. day that he was one of the winners in the 1961 Freedom Founda- my with headquarters at Memphis,
President Kennedy has said: tion's Awards Program. For his winning letter on freedom. LT free. Only through my own free- has announced that NAMTRA-'
Bibb, of Radar Air Traffic Control Center, will receive a $100 dom can I aid and encourage Detachment 4020
GRU
Training ,
"Across the world new nations cash award along with a George Washington Honor Medal.
others in securing and maintaining
_
These nations, composedof formerly located at NAS Cecil
progress. their freedom and their free-
,
men of all colors and faiths, Field, has been disestablished.The .
struggling for survival and dom will help in maintainingmine. detachment was previously -
are are looking for leadership and AFMA Members Hear ScoopOn My freedom, again, will involved in the instruc-
children's
insure my completingthe
guidance in their effort to con- tion of the Bullpup, Sidewinderand
circle. // 1 am to remain free Missile .
III
Sparrow Systems.The
struct societies. if
new Only we
demonstrate that the freedom I must participate in freedom. course of instruction for the
Industrial Fund ConceptThe "I must participate by con-
into
which we advocate is availableto Bullpup has been integrated
sciously thinking of freedomits -
the training for the
all our citizens will these new program
nations look to us for this guid- largest group to attend a regularly scheduled luncheon meaning, its fulfillments, its A4D aircraft, taught by NAM-
obligations, and its awards. With
ance. Yet on the choices of these meeting of,the Jacksonville Chapter of the Armed Forces TRAGRU Training Detachment
new nations hinges our own ulti- Management Association 'was on hand at the Officer's Club personal freedom mind actively and I 108 here at NAS Jax.
positively in I will be
mate survival." last Thursday to hear a presentation and discussion on the According to LCDR R. M.
much better prepared to under-
In conclusion, Secretary Korth new concept of the Navy Industrial Fund system.A Kingsley, local NAMTRAGRUArea

noted that, "Brotherhood is an four-member panel desig- I Officer-in-Charge< trainingfor
integral part of the political, nated by NAS Jax to prepare Jax O&R will implement the NATTU HonormenSgt. the Bullpup Missile systems

moral, and ideological fabric of the way and set up the Navy program on October 1 of this recommenced here at NAS Jax

America: It is a part that grows I Industrial Fund operations to be year. Other O&Rs converting to Frank M. Hurst, AE-A last Monday.

daily of greater national and in- established at NAS Jax Overhaul the system this year include School91.58.J. Sparrow III handling, loading

ternational importance. I know and Repair Department in Octo- NAS Norfolk, MCAS Cherry H. Reynolds Jr., AE1, AE-B and assembly is being absorbedby

our Navy men everywhere will ber, carried the message to the Point and NAS Pensacola.As School 90.13. NAMTRAGRU Training De-

continue to project our ideals of members. Captain James R. Compton, Larry T. Abbott, AA, AO-A tachment 4021, also here at NAS

brotherhood to every nation." Panel member Arthur Allenof (Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 1)) School 80.02. Jax.

the Comptroller Department,I

acting as moderator, presented an

February 22 To insight into the new concept, with
other panel members William

Be' Observed As Petrie of Comptroller Depart-
ment and Mort Swanson and .

Legal HolidayGeorge Curtis Quarrier of O&R, sittingin

on the question and answer ,

Washington's Birth- session. < .... ,,
day, Thursday, February 22 tqK ,"YUii.{ '
will be observed by NAS asa Industrial Funds, it was ex- ,t., JJtfl4.Wr.t..tI2' .. '
plained, provide a more effective : /::: :::

legal holiday. means for controlling the costs of .*:' .((;:,.
Heads of departments and
goods and services required to
staff officers grant an-
may }
.be produced or furnished by industrial -
nual leave to civilian em-
and commerical-type activities -
ployees to the maximum ex-
and a more effective and ._
tent practicable. Civilian em- snar.rwc.wr
flexible of financing, bud-
means
ployees will be paid for the :
:
day according to statute. geting and accounting costs thereof. : : ::.
INDUSTRIAL FUND BRIEFING FOR AFMA The how why and wherefore of the new
Military personnel, other Other O&R activities, including concept of Nary Industrial Fund operators was presented to members of the local chapter of
than those in the daily duty last this four-member Left to
NAS Alameda and NAS Quonset the Armed Forces Management Association Thursday by paneL
section, will be granted liber- right are Mort Swanson and Curtis Quarrier, of ObRj William Petrie and Arthur Allen of
Point, have already establishedthe Comptroller. The Navy Industrial Fund. system wll be implemented on October 1 of this year by
ty.
industrial fund system. NAS the Overhaul and Repair Department.



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jlFa'r'T 1962

Pag* 2 JAX AIR NEWS


Qjfl f6 Pass And /I.D. Whole Nation Benefits

}{ From Military SkillsWhat

Sets New HoursThe
NAS, Jickwrwlllt
CAPT J. R. Compton Commending OfficerCDR NAS Pass and Identi- does the mythical man on the street answer if he's

Welter J. Schub Fleet Air jeckionvlll NAB 6ND Executive Officer fication Office, Bldg. 9, has asked what role the military services play in the national

RADM Joseph M. Cerion __ Commander begun remaining open until life? Why, he'll say, they keep America freeThey're our
CAPT Vincent Casey Chief of Steff 1700 Monday through Friday, defense against the Communist threat. Best fighting men in
Fleet Air Wing Eleven exclusive of .
CAPT Gilbert J. Freuenhelm _____Commander holidays.The the world.: .
CAPT Andrew H. Cowart Chief Staff Officer new hours have been A tip of the hat to him for might come as a surprise to
Naval Air Technical Training Unit established for the conven- that, but a recent item in the many Americans. Yet it should
CAPT Hirtiel D. Alien Commanding Officer ience of mhitary dependent scientific news points up the not. The captain represents the
Officer
Executive
CDR F. Vtrdery
Eugene Naval Hospital school children so that they fact that today members of the newest of the Armed Forces, but

CAPT J. M. Hanner Commanding Officer may obtain identification and Armed Forces are contributingto looking back we see that the
CAPT Stephen H. Tollnt. Executive Officer privilege cards following regular development in the nation's military has contributed to many
Naval Air Reserve Unit
Training
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. Commanding Officer school hours. laboratories that presage changesin of the great achievements of our
CDR William M. Miller Executive Officer the lives of all Americans. modern age.
Printed commerlcally with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at We're thinking of Air Force There was MAJ Walter Reed
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July Richard C. Wingersonwho
CAPT
1900 led of
in
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Last Sub of a who a group Army
the use
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing has proposed officers to Cuba and proved
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit end U.S. Naval Hospital.CDR revolutionary magnetic "bottle"with through a series of heroic experiments -
Alex N. Mclnnti, Jr. Service Information Officer With Deck a "corkscrew" field to con- that the dreaded
Andrew H. Planey ___________ Assistant Service Information Officer reactions. yel-
News Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb Staff-Mae Spencer JOlj Marc Whetstone, tain thermonuclear low fever was caused by the
J01; Sandy Martinson, JOSN,Photographer, Joy Moreau, PH2. Gnu PassesThe Perhaps this is hard to under- mosquito. There was MAJGEN
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and In stand for the layman but whatis George W. Gothals, called in by
ternational Councils of Industrial Editors. submarine USS Spot, last significant about it is that President Theodore Roosevelt to
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material
appearing In this publication, can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photo of the Navy's undersea ships to David J. Rose, professor of nu- be chief enginner of the epic
graphs unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs. be armed with deck guns, has clear enginneering at the Mass- Panama Canal project after two
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone been transferred to the Chilean achusetts Institute of Technology, civilian engineers had resigned.
extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216.
Navy. thinks that the captain may There was also MAJGEN
Representatives of the Chilean have solved a problem that has William C. Gorgas who carriedon

government accepted the ship baffled scientists for 10 years. Reed's work by ridding the
Health Agencies And Joint from the United States during They have sought some way of Canal Zone of yellow fever and

ceremonies at Pearl Harbor. harnessing the vast energy released making completion of the "big

Transfer of the Spot ends in thermonuclear reac- ditch" possible. More recently

Crusade Need Helping HandTo nearly a half-century's use of I tions that occur between nucleiof there was RADM Richard E.
the deck gun in the Navy. In certain hydrogen atoms at Byrd, of Arctic and Antarctic

1914, three-inch, 23-caliber guns very high temperatures. If they exploration fame, who had a
( acquaint personnel participating in the Federal Service were first mounted on the decksof succeeded in their research, the hand in developing important
Fund Raising Campaign National Health and the Joint Cru- L-class submarines. world would have a virtually navigation devices that advanced
sade, the Jax Air News will publish a weekly series on facts and Upon her commissioning in unlimited source of power. Nowan maritime methods.
figures of these agencies. This week's presentation covers the .
May 1944, the Spot was fitted Air Force officer may have And there were others, many
National Children and Adults and the Mus-
Society for Crippled
with a five-inch deck gun as a given them ,the key. I others, just as there are many
cular Association.
Dystrophy )
I secondary weapon to her torpedo That CAPT Wingerson and gifted and brilliant people in the

Want A Chance Not Sympathy! : tubes. others like him in all branchesof service today whose talents may
The present-day submarine's the service are dedicating. enrich the lives of all Americans.
The Duval County Society for Crippled Children and Adults, deck armament is the guided their brains and skills to break- They are the nation's defenders,
better known to some as the "Easter Seal Society," is an affiliate I' missile. throughs in non-military science yes-and more.
of the National and Florida State Society for Crippled Children
and Adults.
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THE SOCIETY IS A NONPROFIT organization providing serv- r
ice to handicapped children and adults regardless of race, color or ?
creed. The local.branch is providing physical therapy treatments to
patients with all forms of crippling who are unable to pay for this
service. Last year the local unit provided some 6,000 treatmentsto
the handicapped here in Duval County.

The Florida State Society has its own camp for the handicapped
children located outside Mount Dora called "Camp Challenge." Last '
year the local organization was able to send 14 children to this CODE OF CONDUCT

camp.
'wq For Mtmktrt of the Armed forces of the'United/ Stotts
A total of 72 percent of all money collected through the Federal :;

gervice Campaign for National Health, plus the purchase of Easter .

Seals, stays here in Duval County.A 1 I am an American fighting man. I serve in the Farces SJ.

QUARTER OF A MILLION crippled children and adults are r' which guard my country and our way of life. I am prepared
to give life In their defense
ya my
helped on their way to rehabilitation through the National Societyfor .f :$ .
Crippled Children and Adults. The Society, through its local c' :r : 2 I will never surrender of my own free will. If in command I

affiliates is doing a tremendous job of helping crippled individualslive r1 ,;; will never surrender my men while they still have the means :t rr
a fuller and happier life. Most crippled persons don't want { to resist. + 'iji C!r }z4a
sympathy. They want a chance to be useful. And, they can have
that chance only if their neighbors help them, through the campaignfor 3 III I am captured I will continue to resist by all means avail
National Health. ;, able. I will make every effort to escape and aid others
js; ; to escape. I will accept neither parole nor special favors t 't.
.
Most Won't Reach Their TeensNo r ,- from the enemy ,

respector of age, sex, race, or color and no cure. That's I 4 If I become a prisoner of war, I will keep faith with my r
Muscular Dystrophy, a mysterious disease which attacks the ;;+ 4f' ; fellow prisoners. I will give no Information or take part ;e,.
muscles, eventually weakening and disabling the victim to the .1:11 In any action which might be harmful to my comrades. If 1
point where he becomes a wheelchair invalid and then bedridden.OF am senior I will take command. If nor.. I will obey the lawful
I orders of those appointed over me and will back them up i .f
THE THOUSANDS SUFFERING from MD, two thirds are every way
children and most will not live beyond their teens unless a cure is t. I
found. /' C When questioned, should I become a prisoner of war, I ; a
I' 4.. S */ am bound to give only name, rank, service number and '!;
The Musclar Dystrophy Association is dedicated to the scientific r.. : i date of birth. I will evade answering further questions to, the ,.t r' '
conquest of MD. The organization is dedicated to these major ob- utmost of my ability. I will make no oral or written state 1/ -
jectives: Research into the cause and cure of this crippling disease; meats disloyal to my country and its allies or harmful 1 to their
Patient service to assist MD patients and their families in meetingthe :i cause.
many problems imposed by the disease.
',,i .. I will
never forget that I am an American fighting
THE DUVAL COUNTY CHAPTER of Muscular Dystrophy As- f' responsible for man,
actions and
my dedicated the .
sociation has which provides physical wheel- which to principle: ,.. ..!:r tlil:
a program therapy, made 'r
my country he,. I will trust in God and In ',= '1iJj ;.;. s
chairs, hospital beds, braces, crutches, orthopedic corsets and trans- the United States of America. my ; ;7.jr""i,::
portation.The f2"Q;:( : ;;
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MDA office in Jacksonville has 85 patients being servicedat :;t.i._ '\;(
this time. Of the money collected locally, 75 percent goes into ",';'.
research and 25 percent is used locally for patient services. r.

Medical scientists are racing against time to find an effective
treatment for this tragic disease. You can help by contributing to

the National Health Agencies campaign. .,".,:...



21 February 1962 JAX AIR' NEWS Page



Red Cross Gray ComFairJax Conducts


Ladies Needed At K


Naval HospitalTrained Huge ASW ExerciseThe


Red Cross Gray Lad- Jacksonville Navy pointed with pride last Fridayto

ies are needed at the U. S. Na- its land, sea and air forces-both regular and reserve-

val Hospital, according to Mrs. upon conclusion of a highly successful, full-scale antisub-

A. H. Worrall, Gray Lady marine warfare exercise. _
Chairman. Vacancies have arisenin i Commander of the exercise was

clinic and other volunteer as- Rear Admiral Joseph M. Carson,
VP.30.Skipper
signments due to transfers and i Commander Fleet Air Jackson-

changes in family situations. ville-Naval Air Bases Sixth
Attends Texas Naval District, who was wear-
class is
Although a plannedfor
ing his optional "hat" as group
later in the spring, some va-
ConfabCDR commander. RADM Carson is
Training
cancies should be filled now in
responsible for the defense of the
order to maintain good service. Walter W. Honour, Com- Southern approaches tot he

Trained Gray Ladies who are manding Officer of Patrol Squadron United States against attack from

not currently active but could 30, returned here from NAS the sea.
VA-44 HONORMEN-"BlueJacket of the Month" and "Out. Wed-
Corpus Christi, Texas, on
assist are asked to call the Hos- Operational control of the
Plane Month" honors been award
standing Captain of the have where he
pital Red Cross. If they have ed P. A. Shedden ATI, (left), and R. L. King ADJ3, respectively nesday of last week, participating units was main-
uniforms or other evidence of by VA-44. Shedden was commended while serving as represented Rear Admiral Thurs- tain by his staff, augmented by
certification, they may work Electronics Night Check petty officer for his effective ton B. Clark, Commander Fleet six inactive reserve officers, on
and efficient manner of planning, assignment and direction train-
Air Wings Atlantic, at a
pending receipt of their transfer of repair work. King was cited while serving as a plane two weeks active duty training,
record if they receive orientationto captain on the A4D line. He was commended for his consideration ing conference. in his headquarters here at NAS
the service where they will for the safety of the pilots that fly. the aircraft. Both men Under discussion there by rep- .
work. were cited for their military bearing and personal appearance. resentatives of the Chief of Naval Jax.A large number of local units

Operations, Bureau of Naval
participated, including Patrol
Weapons, Bureau of Naval Per- Squadrons 7, 8, 18, and 741, plus
Law Helps Tax PayersTo sonnel, Chief of Naval Air Advanced five crews of the Royal Canadian

Training, Commander Air Force, all under Captain
ICfJ Naval Air Forces Atlantic, Com- Gilbert J. Frauenheim, Commander -
Decrease TaxesEgyptian mand Naval Air Forces Pacific, Fleet Air Wing 11.

and other major commands was The naval
principal reserve
Pharaohs demanded 20 percent of all farm the transfer of, transitional and units involved in the exercise,

produce as taxes; gave the poor farmer no chance to appealfor Thursday February 22 operation training in the P5M in addition to VP-741, were Anti-
leniency. No citizen could deduct as as much as one Mainside-Horse Soldiers, 1900 "Marlin" seaplane for student submarine Squadron 821 of New

tomato because the crop had been poor that year, or becausea only. naval aviators to the facilitiesat Orleans and the reserve escort

new son had been added to the family. NATTUnit-Man Afraid, 1900 NAS San Diego, Calif. Ad- destroyers USS Tillis, Roberts,

Today it's different. The U. S. law, and possibly millions of only. vanced training in P5M aircraftis Keller, Woodson, Blackwood,
Court itself has givenits Hospital-Cry For Happy, 1900 presently conduced at NAS Parle and Parker
Supreme businesses in this country overpay Tweedy, now
blessing to the taxpayer using on their taxes because theyare only. Corpus Christi by the Chief of home-ported at Norfolk.

every means the law permits to not aware of all these lawful Friday February 23 Naval Air Advanced Training. Vice Admiral Edmund B. Tay-

decrease his apparent taxes, or deductions.The Mainside-Bachelor In Paradise Agenda items included personnel lor, Commander AntisubmarineForce

"altogether avoid them." 1900 only.NATTUnit requirements, aircraft require- Atlantic Fleet, who was ,t
ments and the requirements for,
And what happens? Dome Bookkeeping Record I Horse Soldiers, NAS Jax throughout most of the
used by over"milliol 'small 1900 only. installation or modification of training period, said he 'was

FEDERAL INCOME TAX sta- businesses and professional per- I Hospital Man Afraid, 1900 training facilities. "most pleased" with the resultsof
tistics show that millions of sons in the United States, lists only. VP-30 is the replacement train the exercise.A .

America's taxpayer's OVERPAY among legal deductions allow- Saturday, February 24 ing squadron for all Atlantic
Uncle Sam each Spring! able: Fleet patrol squadrons. Operating -
I man about to be electron-
Mainside-Siege of Syracuse,
I both the Lockheed P2V
Through ignorance or carelessness 1900 only. I cuted phoned his lawyer from the
Christmas presents to customers "Neptune" patrol plane and the
millions of people neglectto death chamber. "They're readyto
or prospects-washing and NATTUnit-Bachelor In Para- Martin P5M "Marlin" seaplane,
claim deductions which would simonizing a car used for busi- dise, 1400 and 1900. Patrol Squadron 30 trains newly put me in the electric chair.
to substantial savings, or You're my lawyer-what do I do
add up ness purposes, plus the uniform Hospital-Horse Soldiers, 1900 designated naval aviators and "
a fat refund check from the Gov- base only. now?
and wages of a chauffeur- pilots ordered to operational patrol -
ernment. Other millions jam up The lawyer thought a while,
ball team equipment for business Sunday, February 25 squadrons from proficiency
then said "Don't sit down."
Internal Revenue Depart- ,
the
publicity landscaping your of- Mainside-Splendor in the flying billets in the highly com- .
ment works by submitting returns fice building redecorating your Grass, 1400 and 1900. plex techniques of advanced anti-

illegibly written, incom- office-the cost of make-up and NATTUnit-Siege of Syra- submarine warfare. Graduates of vanced seaplane training will not

plete, mathematically incorrect, wigs of actors and professional cuse, 1400 and 1900.HospitalBachelor. VP-30 go directly to Atlantic I I affect the operations of VP-30
minus signature! This sort
or a entertainers used for furtheringyour In Para- Fleet patrol squadrons as fully here at NAS Jax which will con-
of thing often results in a letterto business-the office boatrideor dise, 1900 only.Monday trained members of the Navy's tinue to train replacement pilots
"appear at this office" and ex- picnic in the
summereventhe February 26 ASW team. for Atlantic Fleet seaplane squad-
plain every financial step of the cost of answering fan mail! The proposed transfer of ad- rons.
year just past. Mainside-It Started In Nap-
MANY UNFORTUNATE citi- WHATEVER DEDUCTIONSyou les, 1900 only.

zens and private businesses let enter on your business tax NATTUnit'Splendor in the j y

themselves in for sizable penal- return, be prepared to support Grass, 1900 only. : _
ties by failing to file returns on them with will-kept record books. Hospital-Siege of Syracuse,
time. Others destroy their records What kind of records? 'Tax 1900 only.

immediately after filing, a real Guide for Small Business" pub- Tuesday February 27

mistake because the tax bureau lished by the Government specified Mainside-Gun Street, 1900

may notify you one, two or three : only.

years later that they want to re- 'To substantiate items appear- NATTUnit It Started In

view your claims and the sup- ing on your tax return you must Naples, 1900 only.
porting documents. It is generally maintain permanent records Hospital Splendor in the

considered wise to retain tax which clearly show income, ded- Grass, 1900 only.Wednesday.

records for six year beyond fil- uctions and credits; inventories; February 28

ing date. employees' names, adresses and Mainside-Killers of Kilimanjaro -
Individuals will find many social security numbers; sales or 1900 only.NATTUnitGun.
helpful tips on saving tax moneyin rentals of items subject to excise Street, 1900 j
their local newspapers and taxes, etc." only.
in advance of tax
magazines
Hospital-It Started In Naples,
time. They will be reminded that Regardless of the style of 1900 only.
all cash received need not fall bookkeeping used, the Treasury
under the heading of taxable Department requires "a system-
income for the year; will learn atic record that will accurately, I of tM'! 2nee1d s' i Sa'y: 'Y

that books, toys, used furnitureand currently, and clearly reflect >.
clothing donated to charitiesare your income, deductions, credits, 'JLOOKCWO
deductible at fair market and other matters for which you Q

value and many more point are required to account in your FOf .WU' J
tax returns. Memorandums or CAST A : ::
6TDNET.KG -
ers.But who is going to tip off the sketchy records which merely *, SLICE THE FATHER-DAUGHTER SERVICE TEAM-W. R. Wimberly
businessman about hundreds of approximate income, deductionsor FAUL.T AQCS, of VAP-62 is shown with his daughter Marine Private
perfectly legal means he may other pertinent items affecting CONPEMNEP Judith Wimberly, when she visited her family here recently
,, before reporting to her new duty station in San Diego, Calif.
? tax liability will not be 6 NOT BUR)
take to reduce his taxes your
Chief Wimberly has been selected for promotion to LTJG under
THERE ARE ACTUALLY 276 considered adequate for compliance VER'OWN.-.J4. the LDO Program and expects to receive his commission in the
business deductions allowed by with the law." I M'f'A1'P' Spring.



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Promoted at the Overhaul and .
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brey S. Boyd, Tony Gezeli Jr.,

and Joseph M. Lee Jr., all from '

W2 Aircraft Preservation Mechanicto -p A, .

Aircraft Mechanic, General;
...
Walter F. Dudzik and Franklin .w,
Schum, both from Aircraft r ::

Cleaner to Aircraft Mechanic, 9 .y

General; John L. Patton and Carl > :: .

W. Tyler, both from Aircraft

Engine Assembler to Aircraft

Mechanic, General; Robert L. : \\k\ I

Jackson, Aircraft Assembler to

L.' > / Aircraft Mechanic, General; M.V'GERONIMO'Pulling

Franklin M. Shepherd, Metal-
the ripcord on a harness parachute
smith Aviation to Inspector
Chuck Foster delights his fellow sixth grade students as he
Metals, and Paul R. Stranberg, demonstrates "how if s done" on dry land at the NAS Para
General Engineer, GS-11 to chute Loft. Harold Williams PR3 (lower left), who helped
? same, GS-12. pack the chute, explained the role a "rigger" performs in Naval
CREW OF THE MONTH-VP-18's "Crew of the Month" aviation. Young Foster, along with 135 other Hendricks Avenue
award for January has been won by the "Mad Hatters" of Supply Department promotees school children visited the Station last Friday. They were shown
Crew 11. The crew scored heavily in competitive and qualification include: Mary F. Robinson, Card movies and taken on a tour of the Station ChapeL the Radar Air-
exercises while flying more than 95 hours during the month. Punch Operator, GS-2 to same, Traffic Control Center, the Station.Firehouse and the Parachute
The crew was awarded two-days special liberty for their achievement Loft. The day's visit was climaxed with a picnic in the Chapel
GS-3; Grace E. Cannon, LouiseG.
and will fly the Commanding Officer's Crew of the playground. area.
Month Pennant. Crew members are (clockwise from top left). Fry, Kenneth R. Glass, MaryI. -
LT J. W. Lane LT A. W. Howard) LT W. K. Stuclceyj C. E. Johnston, Mildred L. Mc-

Fields ADRlj L. O. Hughes, ATI) T. P. Clarke AN) M. B. Pen Donough, Peggy F. Ray, EdithL. Services ProvidedTo
nington. ADR3, and R. L. Johnson AN. Crew members not Shelley, George F. Stuart, Pay
shown are LTJG T. P. Damm and R. P. Ferguson, ATN3.
Helen S. Voight, Martha E. Weir

and Fern G. Wells, all from

Stock Control Clerk, GS-3 to Ships Brings PraiseTwo

Care ToLiveLonger Classified same, GS-4.

Also promoted but inadver- Naval Air Station departments, Supply and Comp-

? tently omitted from the January troller, have received a "pat on the back" for special services
FOR SALE 18 issue of The Jax Air News
provided the fleet during the past Christmas holidays.
Cedar Hills Terrace-4 bdrm., 2 bath, were: Reginald D. Norman
Specifically it was the Disbursing -
"No sir, said Eustace Cole-
Gt equity, VA loan, $.500, SP 13312.
ridge, "it's all wrong. What Seabrook M.nor-3 bdrm, 2 bath, Electroplater to Aircraft Cleaner Office of the Comptroller from the USS Yellowstone and

with the latest medical dis- brick RA 5.4898 wkenda or' 1800 wk. Leadingman; and Johnny Department and the Machine the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt.The .

coveries and the newest inventions days. Bowman, Aircraft Cleaner to Records Division of Supply De- letter from the Yellow-
Ort.ga Hilli-trop style, 3 bdrm, 2 Aircraft
Cleaner
Leadingman, who received praise for
dies partment stone, signed by skipper CAPTA.
a man just bath, patios, $100.50 per mo., avail.
through carelessness. Not for Immed., Impact after 1200 daily; EV 4. both from Overhaul and Repair their efforts in providing payday J. Little, reads in part:
7389. Department. service to fleet units based at
me. I'm going to watch :my "AS A RESULT of this service
Riverfront Home-lep. guest h..., 3 Mayport Naval Station duringthe ,
step and live forever. bdrm, 2 bath, fireplaces, 500' dock; some of the workload incidentto
period of December 15 to 31
CO 46646. the preparation of
So- payday
Officers-ranch home, 3 bdrm., 2 bath, of last year.
HE BRUSHED: his teeth den, $2700 Equity for $1800; SP 15895. Safety PenSeventeenyearold I IT WAS FELT THAT trans- checks and money lists was

twice daily with the right 3 Bdrm. Hie.-2 bath, fireplace, patio; ferring the work load of prepar- transferred from the Yellow-
SP 13473. stone to NAS Jax. This facilitated
kind of toothpaste.He checks and
FOR RENT Leland ing payday money Yellowstone in her efforts to

had a complete physical Venetia M.nor-4 bdrm., 2 bath, patio, Larioso of Hilmar, Calif., shot I lists from the fleet to the shore provide maximum leave duringthe

examination every three TV rm., ocpy. Mar. 15; EV 9.4646 after himself in the right foot witha establishment would be of great holiday period and was of
months.He 1630. advantage to the fleet during the
Lake Shore-furn. apt.,.,gas light and 20-gauge shotgun ash e leave and the material assistance in achievinga
always stayed inside heat, wat. furn., $50 per mo.) EV 9- demonstrated to friends how holiday period smooth transition of pay re-
when it rained.He 4275. he had shot himself a few semi-annual transition period. cords.

slept with the windows Furn. Apt.-4 rmt., bath, elac., wat., weeks before in the right foot The service did prove to be of
gar., $70; EV 71950. "Yellowstone expresses her ap-
to the wit-
with advantage ships, as
a 20-gauge shotgun.
open. Lake Shore-unfurn., 3 bdrm., $90 per preciation for a job well done
nessed from letters of praise
EV 95954.
HE STUCK to his diet-with mo. and is gratified to note another
Venetla 1 bdrm., kit. equip., carport,
plenty of proteins and fresh avail. Mar.'1; CO 4-9879. example of NAS Jacksonville

vegetables.He Furn. Apt.-iml., prl. entr., util.! furn., fleet orientation and its effortsto
$50 per mo.; EV 9-4275. be of maximum service to the
had his tonsils taken out
Unfurn. bdrm., $85 per mo.; SP 1-
and traded in several worn- 3501. destroyer element of the Navyas

down glands.He Riverside Apt. unfurn., 5 rm., kit. well as the Air Arm."

equip., $55 EV 8-9992. The letter from the Roosevelt
played golf, but never 2 Bdrm. Hie.-kit. equip., $65 per ,
more than 18 holes at a time. mo.; CO 48211. signed by CAPT E. L. Anderson,

Furn. Apt.-4 rmt., bath, por., gar., her commanding officer, reads in
He took ocean trips, but elec. & wat., $70; EV 71950. part:
only when the weather was Normandy-3 bdrm., bath, kit. equip.,
"THE
good. real., credit If tenant will paint; EV 4. 4 \ DISBURSING services
2886. provided the Roosevelt for the
HE NEVER smoked, drank, Furn. Rm.-prl. fam., kit/ prlv., but. 31 December 1961 payday provedto

or lost his temper.He woman pref.; EV 7-6716 or Ext. 650. be most effective.. The ship-
Hie. Trailer-new furn., 47'xlO', 3
wore arch preserversand bdrm., air cond., acre lot, $80, water; board procedures involved were
white socks. SP 15958. performed without difficulty and

He never worked under a THIS 'N' THAT t. :.. resulted in a considerable reduc-

strain or drove himself.He Ride Wented-0730-1600, 2204 Bour- tion in workload for disbursing
get Drive, EV 7-5068; E. W. Dennis, personnel during the semiannual
never worried. Ext. 404.
Found-2 pro gl..., one in bank, otherIn pay record transition.
THE FUNERAL of the late park. lot, Bldg. 1, claim at NAS Bank; :: 'The Commanding Officer ex-
Eustace Coleridge will be Mn. Nichols, Bldg. 39. tends his
< I L. appreciation for the co-
Wanted from Southilde,
Ride near
held next Monday afternoon.He .
operation
and assistance of
Lovegrove Road, to IRD, 0730-1600; per-
is survived by 18 specialists Mrs. Stephenson, Ext. 405 or 684. sonnel of the Naval Air Station
Found-2 wrist watches, Identify and I : r.kr : b: Jacksonville in
four health institutes six developing the
.
claim from O&R Security, Bldg. 101. subject system.
gymnasiums, and numerous Ride Wanted-to NAS Jax entr. from

manufacturers of antiseptic 2111 Melton Ave., 0800-1630; EV 8- 30-YEARS FEDERAL SERVICE-Paul E. Barlow (right). "It is recommended that the
7372, Ext. 792 dayt. of the Overhaul and Repair services
Department is presented a length offered be adopted on a
appliances and sanitary foods. of service pin by CAPT James R. Compton, NAS Commanding permanent basis
(He had forgotten about Sailors' trousers are wider at Officer, for his 30-years faithful Federal service during cere annual during semi-
monies last pay record transition
week
Barlow's service includes
be almost 24
that
the cuff so they can yean
driving too fast.) Navy duty and some seven years with Civil Service here at NAS periods' as an effective methodof
easily removed in the water. Sax.
reducing workload afloat."



February 1962
21
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.. Local AAU WinnerRosette
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Navy's Jim Rosette might well be headed toward a

spot on the American Olympic Boxing Team by virtue of

\I Pr: winning his championship bout last Wednesday night, Febru-

ary 14, during the 1962 Florida AAU Boxing Tournament at

i Jacksonville's Coliseum.

Along with carrying away the
both from civilian and ser-
ers
156 lb. Open Division Championship -
vice-wide teams.
; ; # zk honors, Rosette qualified fora
When asked if he ever plansto
position on the National AAU
go professional, the 24 year-
card. These bouts are scheduledto
old light-middleweight replied,
3 a:: take place in Cincinatti March
}f 'That's: just something I haven't
28 through April 3. A win there
decided on yet. It takes a lot of
could lead to the Pan American
hard work to reach the pro ranks.So .
games and then possibly the
i until I do decide, I'm work-
I 4; 1964 Olympics.In .
ing right now concentrating on
a
Wednesday's fight, Rosette's
yk;t doing my best as an amateur".
outstanding boxing style appearedto
He might well be an amateur,
be a deciding factor in win-
but as such he's a veteran. In
ning his final decision over Mar-
addition to the Florida AAU
ine Ray Phillips of Camp Le-
honors won last week, Rosette
t .
jeune.In
I holds titles for the '1961 Eastern
:: }v two previous elimination
\k..v Golden Gloves in which he beat
bouts on Monday and Tuesday
Floyd Patterson's brother, Ray,
nights, Jim was favored over
Garden the
at Madison Square ;
N. G. Wings of Savannah and
k.; 1961 Southern Silver Gloves;
Ralph Pellicia of Bethesda Naval
$ : :i three All-Navy championships;
Hospital, respectively.
and, in May 1961, went on to
: Rosette was the only Jax Navy
'tt become champion in his weight
6\\ f-0 representative in the tournament
division of the Council Inter-
VICTORY POSE-Jim Roietle (center), of Jax Nary strikes a happy pose and smiles as he which was made up of 152 fight-
heart hit name announced as champion of the 156 pound Florida Open Division AAU Boxing national Sports Military CISM)
Tournament held last week at the Jacksonville Coliseum. Presenting him with the championship Tournament held at Ft. Dix, N.

trophy (left inset) is Kip Edwards, president of the AAU Dirison of, Washington D.C. Rosette, J. The CISM tourney involved
favored in all three of his bouts by decisions, shown at right fighting it out with fellow Nary. Little LeagueRegistration boxers from 26 allied countries.Jim .
man Ralph Pellicia of Bethesda Naval Hospital.
began boxing in sand-lot

Harlem Globe fashion back in his home town,

AMF Free Bowling Clinics New Orleans. In 1954 he enlistedIn

Trotter Ducats the Army where, for three

years, he boxed with a top team
On Sale HereThe Set Feb. 24 in Germany.

Scheduled February 2224Bowlers refrain "Sweet Georgia Shortly after his discharge, the

Brown" will fill the Jacksonville Captain Ralph Elliott, Presi- urge for service matches resulted -

dent of Navy-Jax-Ortega Little in Jim's joining the Navyin
Coliseum March 11.12 when the
and their families here at NAS will have an
and becoming memberof
1957
a
League, has announced that registration -
world-renowned Harlem Globe
opportunity to pick up pointers on the game during the for the 1962 season is the Atlantic Destroyer Fleet's
Trotters strut out the hard-
WJXT Channel 4 AMF Free Clinics Feb. 22-24. on
,- Bowling ,
team. It here that
wood floor there for two exhi- set for Saturday morning, Feb- boxing was
Ten clinics are scheduled for 24 here at Blue Angel he met Roy Luzon who Rosette
,
at 2000, Hadden Lanes, Fernandia bition games. ruary
Greater Jacksonville includingthe I Park. Boys ages 8 to 12 are invited feels was the most influential
Beach, 717 South 8th. Friday, The first game will begin at
bowling lanes at the May- I
Feb. 23-1000, Riverside Lanes, 1700 on Sunday and the secondat to sign up. coach of his career.
port Naval Station, February 23, When DesLant's team brokeup
will
begin Saturday,
Try-outs
3563 St. Johns Ave.; 1400, Bowl- 2000 on Monday.
at 1400. ing Lanes, Mayport Naval Sta- Tickets for the games are now March 3, with players to be a little over a year ago, Jim

In addition to presenting nationally tion; 1900, Art's Uptown Lanes, available at the NAS Special placed on teams in major, minor, was reassigned to Jax Navy.As .

known stars, the clinics 40 East 8th St.; and at 1900, Services Office, Bldg. 704. Pricesare or farm leagues, according to for Jim's future, it's hardto

will also feature lane etiquette, Southgate Lanes, U.S. 1, South, 75 cents, $1 and $1.50.LLOWlNG. individual ability. Special farm tell yet. Perhaps he'll go on to

scoring, tips for league bowlingand St. Augustine. Saturday, Feb. 24- I league activities are planned this AAU fame or return for another

proper equipment.A 0930, Palm Lanes, 1838 Cassat year to include games designedfor victory as All-Navy.

special of the clin- maximum participation and
segment
Ave. 1230, Jacksonville Lanes,
]
ics will be a "Beat the Champs" ; I, training for those boys new to Jack Harvey Day

competition. "Beat the Champs"pits 8550 Arlington Expressway; 1530, baseball. .
Beach Bowl 818 Beach Blvd.;
,
the top local man and wo- IM Bowling results for the Boys appearing to sign up Golf Tourney Is

man, representing each host Jacksonville Beach; and 1930, should bring their birth certifi-
week CONTINENTAL
past are:
bowling center, in one-game Sherwood Lanes, 90 Sherwood LEAGUE A/C Maint "B"-3, cates and be accompanied by Planned March 4

matches against two AMF stars. Plaza. Alley Cats-1; Fire Balls-4, Flaps- their parents on registration day All golfers in the Jacksonville

Trophies will be awarded to the 0); Army ADA-4, Untouchables-0; Players returning to major area are cordially invited to playin

local man and woman rollingthe Paymasters-4, Spartans-0; Boat league earns will not go through a "Jack Harvey Day" tourney

highest score. of all competitors. Branch-3, 3rd Crewmen-1; Horn- try-outs, but must register again I scheduled at the NAS Golf

Softball Briefs ets-4, Strikettes-0; Owl Hoots-3, this year. i Course on March 4.

Admission to all sessions is free ieptunes-1; and Marines "A"-3, Local league boundaries are The tourney will honor golf

and there is no charge for any All personnel interested in Ham Hocks-1. the Ortega River on the North, pro Jack Harvey who has beenat

other clinic features such as umpiring IM Softball games this NATIONAL LEAGUEAvions4 Route 225 in Orange Park on the the NAS course for some '14

shoe rental, bowling instructionand coming season, please contact Dead Heads-0; The Strikes-4, South, the St. Johns River on years and who will leave for anew

babysitting services. Frank McCaffery, NAS Athletic Scope Dopes-0; Pan Handlers-4, the East, and Blanding Blvd., on pro position in Oceana, Va.,

The clinics will begin opera- Director, Ext. 585. Marines "B"-0; Supply "A"-4, the West. next month.

ting Thursday at the following Egales-0; NARTU-3, Marlins-l; The tourney will be a Scotch

Cougars-3, Stingers-1 and Ech- COMFAIRJAX CAGE : foursome with selective drives
times and places: Thursday, Feb. ;
and alternate shots. A four-ball
22 1000, Gator Lanes, 4316 Attention Softballl Organiza- oes-4 and Hospital-0. TOURNEY CANCELLED

Brentwood Ave.; 1400, Bowlaramaof tional Managers there will Standings in the AMERICAN According to announcementby match for excess players is also
an
Jackosnville, 4073 Phillips be a meeting Wednesday Feb- LEAGUE were not available at planned.

Highway 2000, Southside Lanes, ruary 28, at 0930, at the Main- press time since final games were ComFalrJax on Monday, February Entry fees are $2.50 per team.
;
the Basketball
19 ComFairJax
Register for starting time at the
to be rolled on Monday evening.
2021 San Marco Blvd.; and also side gym. Tournament that had Golf Shop.

Jax Navy's "Fliers", in the first round of the Sixth Naval been scheduled to begin that Food and refreshments will

Bulletin trict Basketball Tournament, trounced the submarine USS Dis-I date has been cancelled until follow the day's golfing at the

: cagers 91-28 Monday night at Charleston, S.C. further notice. NAS Skeet Club.



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LT Bibb

I Jax Navy Federal (Continued from Page 1))

1 :willingly for freedom-in any

Id possible way at any time at any
; Credit Union Offers place. My work for freedom may

be small and unspectacular but it

will be diligent. Helping a fellow -
Auto Finance HintsThe 4 American to realize free-

dom's' obligations and to appreciate
.
Jax Navy Federal Credit ,: g its true worth, making a
Union Board of Directors, under foreign visitor understand that

the guidance of newly elected we Americans are genuinely and

president, Roland E. Byrd, an- r unselfishly interested in his peo-
nounces the approval of the ple, upholding my country's freetraditionss
payment of semi-annual divi- and legalities at every

dends on share accounts held at opportunity-such small things

the Credit Union. :* when pyramided a thousandfoldcan
easily make themselves feltas
Dividend payments for the a freedom force.

year 1962 will be compounded as ; { <; ; f "And I must 'participate in
;u SSoY6
of June 30 and December 31. J j:4: ;,1J.tf: :. .:.>>,* ,:. Z\( freedom by being completely

This is a major step forward in ready to fight for its preserva-
the services offered by the Cre- : tion. This participation I will
;i'' 4 !
dit Union and will afford
a return to be
never feel onerous duty,
on Credit Union invest- but instead an honored privilege.
ments on a semi-annual basis other
"These and any possible
rather than annually as in the participations within my strengthwill

past, Byrd stated. ASW TRAINING-Simulated situations and environments are given ASW crews by means of be no trial if I can only remain -
training devices luch as those shown here being manned by personnel of Aviation Training Aids
Wilson H. Sandefer, chairmanof Division of FAETULant's Detachment Two located here at NAS in BIdg. 158. Shown (left to a free man. My religion,
the Credit Union's credit right seated) are Gary Alcorn. ATAN. and LT Ralph PoilelwaiL both of VP-30, as they my choice of government, my
committee, has also announced a operate a "Julie" navigation practice trainer while instructor Donald Gumm. TD3 looks on. very family life are no longer

broadening of the policies gov- I mine to enjoy if my freedom is

erning the financing of automo- Station Traffic FRET Operates Expansive abridged. Without these things
biles. The new policy providesfor life would no longer be worth

the financing of year models Violation RecordThe living. An unfree man is a pent

from 1957 through 1962, on a repayment following ij a report of ASW Training Device Unit animal, a beast of burden with
schedule based on the motor vehicle accidents and which a feelingless state can do

age of the automobile. The Cre- traffic violations for the per- The Fleet Airborne Electronics Training Unit, Atlantic, as it pleases. Even ,worse is the

dit Union can now also providefor iod February 11-17. Detachment Two here at NAS Jax operates one of the knowledge that his children will

the complete financing of insurance NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis largest installations of antisubmarine warfare training devices wear the same yoke, and their

needs as required by the week ............................ 4 on the East Coast. children, on and on through the
policy. All personnel stationedand Total accidents through Under the direction of CDRJ. years.'
employed aboard NAS Jax F. McGuire, Officer-in-Charge; training, that it's "too easy, not "Yes, there is no doubt what-
February 17, 1962 ......... .26
and Cecil Field are urged to Total accidents through LT R. A. Barringer, Training hard as trying to overcome the soever in my mind. I can do

check with the Credit Union and February 1961 ........... ....34 Aids Officer; and D. R. Max- natural difficulties created by most for freedom by remaining
compare the services offered before NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis well, TDC, the unit furnishes the ocean and the movement ol free myself, and I intend to

closing the deal.A week ......................... .39 training in the use of sonobouys, the airplane and submarine". participate in freedom with such

few Speeding ....."......"..".. .... 3 electronic plotting boards, elec- dedication that everyone I meet
tips offered by the will realize that he too must
Credit Union Reckless driving ..........".... 1 tronic countermeasures systemsand .,, ,
before financing \ remain free. With God's help
: \ ,
simulation of "Julie" and"Jezebel" -N.t'PM, I.
automobiles Going through stop sign 2 f :,. 'Jo, .,\< {t'1.ki1\ t''
are: ((1) beware of < ; such small gusts of active free-
repossessions Other violations ..............34 navigation problems. .t r:*' tf {; no down payments dom could multiply and remul-
Chief Maxwell and his staff >
NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE {
easy terms; ((2) test drive LAST INJURY IN MOTOR of 12 enlisted instructors have : f l" < : f': tiply to generate a freedom storm
the car. If the seller does not ,. ,
.t: felt throughout our world".
the equipment to transmit w'rjV
VEHICLE ACCIDENT ....51 syn- .
provide factory ; : 1\t
approved sales thetic sonobouy signals to air- Most earnestly,
< :
Thirty-four drivers appeared J: i ,:1
and
service, have UK :
: car checked : BENJAMIN O. BIBB
/
aircrews :
before the Traffic Hearing craft in flight so that ,a asr
out by a dealer who
does; (3) ,
practice working solutionsto
Board on February 19 with may
be..sure that all work to be done,
and the terms of any guaranteeor disposition of cases as follows: ASW problems on airborne: NAS Personnel
equipment while the pilots '
three are
and
lost driving parking
have
warranty been I
written in the contract clearly I privileges aboard the station flying on routine training hops. I I Inspection Set
; (4)) be
Every hour of instruction obtained
-
for various periods five
sure that ; were
you completely under- using this synthetic On February 23A
stand the terms of assigned to complete an eight-
the
payment,
hour course in remedial driv- ing saves hundreds of train-I NAS
amount of the finance charges I A r personnel inspectionof
,
the name of the finance ing instruction; 17 were given normally spent in .A all hands will be held by
com-
suspended penalties four aircraft in the air for this pur- the Officer
; received Commanding on
pany, the amount kinds
and I >
cost of insurance coverage, and warnings; two were pose and the cost of furnishing I I Friday, February 23.
a fleet submarine for a target.
the names of the insurance company I dismissed and three were re- -i-' The inspection will take
and broker; ((5)) be sure- ferred to Commanding Officersfor Some 60 officers and enlistedmen place on the parade ground at

that you receive signed copies of I' possible disciplinary action. all members of ASW crews, Yorktown and Gillis Street at
both the car order and bill of Many motorists have deve- are training weekly in this man- I 1400. Regimental muster will

sale and the conditional sales loped bad driving habits. Only ner at FAETU. be at 1330 and officers' call

contract; ((6)) if the dealer ob- luck gets them by without The purpose of synthetic train-I at 1345.
jects to any of these requests _I trouble. All drivers can learn ing is to simulate Uniform for naval personnel -

run! But, if he has been new things about drivingnot environments which. would be .' will be Full Dress Blue
erative, and most dealers are coop-, generalities such as "stay costly or dangerous to actuallyuse I "B." The Marine's uniform will
go
ahead you can now buy with alert"-but specific things like in training. In the case of be prescribed by the Com-
confidence. The local Credit Un- how to use the brake for best ASW training this situation is manding Officer, Marine Bar-

ion always welcomes questions effect, how to grip the wheel the flight deck of a patrol air- racks.

regarding financial dealings and for full control of the car, craft. All personnel, includingthose

problems and is here to serve what to do when pavementsare The electronic equipment used in the daily duty sec-

the eligible membership. wet or icy. by the patrol squadrons of Fleet tion, except those actually
Motorists should check their Air Wing Eleven and the Atlantic standing watches, and blood
cars at the outset to see that Fleet Replacement Pilot ; I \ ,:, donors between January 26
AFMA the tires are firm and all Training Squadron patrol type I and February 23, must attend.

equipment is working. Once aircraft, of Patrol Squadron Z+ Dog tags will be inspected.
(Continued from Page 1)) behind the wheel, watch the
Thirty, is installed in classroomsin
president of the local chapter of road well ahead, not just the Building 158. .. s., .
AFMA, explained it, "In effect car immediately in front in Sacred Song Fest
Soon to be available for
Navy Industrial Fund system order to with developing use
cope
:, I1 Tickets Available
by the squadrons is an imitation .
puts our O&R on a commercial dangers. Look Into rear and
submarine which increases the Tickets at discount prices to
enterprise-type basis with a fin- side mirrors every few sec-
ancial degree of realism in this typeof the "Splendor of Sacred Song"
management system simi- onds to keep track of side and
lar to that used by private in- following traffic. By knowingthe training. This "ASW Submarine concert at the Jacksonville
dustry. It puts us in competitionwith traffic conditions associa- Target" will be launched into Armory on March 4 are now

other O&Rs in that it will ted with cars and maintaining the sea and proceed to maneuver available at NAS Special Serv

require alert, forward looking appropriate intervals front according to a pre-set plan, turn- ices.Music
financial planning." and rear ,the motorists insures ing and diving as if trying to J master of the concert

that room to 'maneuver is escape, all the while generating will be Thurlow Spurr Director
(Editor's note: For publication synthetic sounds similar to thoseof
of the Music Department of
I available-thereby, he plans, FIGURES RIGHT-Lovely 19
in the near future, the Jax AirNe'ws prepares and provides the an actual submarine.This year-old Joan Freeman studied Youth for Christ International.

is preparing a detailed opportunities and means to training device is ex- to become a certified public Ticket are 1.50 for reserved
presentation on NIF; what it is I avoid accidents. pected to eliminate the major accountant before landing her seats and 75 cents for general
role in
present hour.
a new
and how it will function locally.) complaint voiced about synthetic long television show admlasion.I .




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