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16 Rates Involuntarily Extended For Four MonthsThe



Commander in Chief of Personnel affected are those DC, ADJ, AT, AO, AQ and fer to the Fleet Reserve and and AQ.

the Atlantic Fleet this week whose expiration of active PR. whose transfer date occurs Personnel previously extended

announced that both Regular obligated service occurs during In addition, the directive, during the same period will under the provisionsand
Reserve Navy personnel the period May 1 through
ALLANTFLT Seven, stated also I be extended involuntarily of ALLANTFLT dispatches
in 16 ratings will be extended June 30, 1962.
for a period of four months The 16 ratings to be extend that Regular and Reserve for four months. 31, 38 and 45 of 1961 and 05

to meet the increased maned are QM, SM, RD, SSO, personnel in eight ratings who These ratings include QM, of 1962 will not be further

power requirements. GMT, FT, ET, RM, EM, SF, hold authorization for trans SO, FT, ET, EM, ADJ, AT extended.




One Day Left





To Fund ContributeTo DriveMilitary Sf1 XfiJ1kI)1L) S






and civilian person-
nel who have not yet con Vol. 19 No. 49 U. S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 22 March 1962

tributed to the Federal Serv-

ice Campaign for National


concludes still Health have and tomorrow.the time.Joint The Crusade drive I vti .,r tg.. Serviceman Of The Month

I
The Treasurer's report reflects

an improvement over contributions -I,

of last week and mass con-: : Carries Title Of 'Miss'Mary
tributions from units are expected -: : : /

to roll in full force as the

drive comes to a close. K. Mosley, radioman first class of the NAS Com

"PERHAPS MANY have not munications Division, this week was selected as the "Ser-

given as yet because they've viceman of the Month" for February, the first NAS Waveto

simply forgot. They still have be be accorded the honor since it was begun here last
the rest of today and tomorrowto August.

send in their contribution. It's Captain James R. Compton,
never too late," said a cam- NAS Commanding Officer, pre- sion has had a 65 percent turn-
paign spokesman. over of personnel and 50,percentof
sented her a check for $50 and
the watch standers were untrained
Keymen will make a last ditch tir : extended his personal congra-
effort to personally contact every tulations for having been and inexperienced when
individual in all activities offer assigned to the Communications
to selected as the outstanding Navy
him an opportunity to giveto person for February in ceremon- Division. Miss Mosley's sectionwas

the campaign which benefits ies, held in his office on Monday. I used as the "Training Com
mand" of the division and yet
seven health agencies and three
As Watch Supervisor in the
international welfare agencies. the section was able to achievean
Communications Center, Miss
ONCE AGAIN it is pointed out Mosley effected a marked increase outstanding record.

that contributions can be madeto in efficiency and perfor- Miss Mosley was also com-

any single agency within the mance of duties by members of mended for her alertness and

health group or the Joint Cru- her watch section soon after she initiative in detecting and cor-
sade, or one single donation can FIRST TO BE HONORED-Maty K. Mosley. RM1. of the ecting mistakes both in her sec-
assumed her duties. Over
NAS Communications Division, has become first NAS Wave to a per-
be made to Health or Crusade, be selected for the "Serviceman of the Month" honor since the iod of eight consecutive months tion and the other three watch
.or both, if desired., program was instituted here last August. CAPT James R. Compton her section (Section Three) had sections, which resulted in con-
Included in the Health group NAS Commanding Officer, presented her a $50 check the least number of discrepancies siderable financial savings to
are the American Cancer Society, and his Monday.Standard personal. congratulations during ceremonies in his office of the four sections compet- NAS and tenant activities.

United Cerebral Palsy Associa- on ing. In December 1961, Section Miss Mosley entered the Navyin
tion, Muscular Dystrophy Association 1944 and has been
Three did not make a single error August
American Heart Association for the entire month. stationed here for the past 20

National Association for i Navy Box Lunch Within the past year the divi months. "'
Retarded Children, National Society .
for Crippled Children and:

,Adults, and the National Society

for the Joint Prevention Crusade of includes Blindness.The the. I Top New Training DeviceThe

American-Korean F o u n d a tion,
Radio Free Europe and CARE.I
standard Navy box lunch which is provided as a
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flight ration for air crews, has always occupied a controversial

FCC Exams Are position in naval aviation circles. Scorned by some, eag-

erly devoured by others, and debated heatedly by all, the

Slated In Jax box lunch has finally taken on new luster and possible fameas

a valuable training device.LT .
A. Courtney Yelle, an in- ---

For Late AprilA structor pilot and aviation equip- I figuration. iy1fa ,j.qc.r
"It's simple and safe too, says
ment officer with Patrol Squadron -
representative of the Fed- LT Yelle, "and it can be re-
eral 30, has solved the problemof
Communications Commis- moved in an instant if an emer- F
sion, Miami, Fla., will conduct simulating instrument flight arises." _
Commerical conditions by devising a practical gency
Amateur Extra and
General Class instrument hood using the top of The instrument hood is used _
operator examina- by the "Pros" of VP-30 in training
tions at the National Guard the standard box lunch.
in instru-
Armory, State and Market Sfs., The purpose of the instrument replacement pilots in the
ment techniques
flying
Jacksonville hood is the simulation of in-
on Friday, April 20. P2V "Neptune" patrol plane and
The Federal Communication strument flight conditions for a
the P5M "Marlin" seaplane. LT
Commission, P. O. Box 150, Mia- pilot by blocking from his view commended for his
Yelle was
mi, Florida, must be notified by 311 reference to the visual hori-
originality in devising this train-
without hiding the aircraft
applicants intending to zon
appear ing device by CDR Walter W.
for the exams in order to receive instruments used to maneuver
of VP-30.
I Honour, skipper
the proper application the aircraft in blind flying.

forms. Forms should be requested The "box lunch hood" is made

completed and returned to by removing the top from a
the FFC by April 13. standard box lunch and cuttinga NATTU HonormenR. NEW TRAINING DEVICE T A. Courtney Yelle, a VP.30
Commercial examinations will one inch "V" shaped notch in instructor pilot, looks over his Standard Navy Box Lunch train.
L. Valencia, AA, AE-A ing device, an innovation which has gained for him the con
begin at 0830 and
amateur exa- the tab side. The notch is then
He
School-87.17. gratulations of his squadron commander. devised the idea
minations will begin at 1000. Ap- fitted under the visor button on'' of removing the top from the lunch box and making a "hood"
plicants for examinations should either the APH-5 or the DH-51 Norman L. Nessel, AE1, AE-B that can be shaped to conform to any aircraft cockpit configuration
bring pens ink and pencils. The helmet and by creasing the sidesas School82.79.Pfc. for use in simulating instrument flight conditions. The hood
blocks the view from all reference to the visual horizon
examinations are expected to necessary, the hood will con- J. E. Maddox Jr., AO-A without hiding pilots the aircraft instruments used to maneuver the
last until 1500. form to any aircraft cockpit con- School-81.18. aircraft in blind flying.



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\Lrnxwotiis Station Traffic (


Violation RecordThe r'

NAS, Jackionvill
following is report of
a
CAPT J. R. Compton Commending Officer
CDR Walter J. Schub Executive Officer motor vehicle accidents and
Fleet Air Jacksonville NAB 6ND traffic violations for the per-
RADM Joseph M. Carton __ Commander iod March 12-18: ,
CAPT Vincent Casey Chief of Staff
Fleet Air Wing Eleven NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis
CAPT Gilbert J. Frevenhelm _______Commander
CAPT Andrew H. Cowart Chief Staff Officer week ............................ 2
Naval Air Technical Training Unit This year through

CAPT Hartsel D. Allen Commending Officer March 18 ................,...........40
CDR Eugene F. Verdery Executive Officer
Naval Hospital Through March 1961..53

CAPT J. M. Manner Commanding Officer / .
CAPT Stephen H. Tolint. Executive Officer NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE

Neval Air Reserve Training Unit LAST INJURY IN MOTOR j

CAPT RalpH E. Elliott, Jr. Commanding Officer VEHICLE ACCIDENT ....79
COR William M. Miller executive Officer .
Printed commertcaHy with non-appropriated fund In Jacksonville, Florida at NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis
,._.. ...
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July u
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air week ...............,............39 VA-44 HONORMEN-"Bluejacket of the Month" and "Out-

Jackionville. Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing Speeding ..............................2 standing Plane Captain of the Month" honors have been accorded
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hoipital. Reckless Driving .............. 1 M. E. Wurster, AMI, and T. W. Phillis, AT3, (left to right),
COR Alex N. Wclnnli, Jr. Service Information Officer respectively by VA-44. Wurster was commended while serving on
Running Stop Sign ............ 3
Andrew H. Planey Assistant Service Information Officer the A4D crew with VA-44's Airframes Division for his effective
New Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb; Staff-Mae Spencer JOI; Marc Whetstone, Others .............................,......33 leadership and repair work. Phillips was cited for his abilityas
JO 11 Sandy Martlrwon, JOSN, Photographer, Joy Moreau, PH2. a plane captain and his consideration for pilots while serving -
Member of North Florid. Industrial Editors Association and Southern and International Forty drivers appeared be- on the F9F-8T line. Both men were praised for their mili-
Council of Industrial Editor fore the Traffic Hearing Boardon tary bearing and personal appearance.
The Jax Air Newt It e member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material March 19 with dispositionof
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit It given. Photo-
graphs unlearn otherwise credited, are official I U.S. Navy Photographs. cases as follows: Seven lost
Editorial office located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone driving and parking privileges VAP-62 Provides Photo

extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216.Opportunity. aboard the Station for various

periods, four were assigned to

To Ease World received remedial suspended driving courses penalties, 21, Coverage For NASAHeavy

12 were given warnings and

one dismissed. Photographic Squadron 62, based here at NAS

Problems Via Joint CrusadeTo Courtesy buys a lot of Sa- Jax, is currently providing photographic coverage for the

fety: "Drive both cars," means National Aeronautics and Space Administration Project Mercury -

( acquaint personnel participating in the Federal Service that an expert, alert driver and Saturn vehicle development.

Fund Raising Campaign for National Health and the Joint Crusade, figures out what the other The squadron, under the com-
pictures and then heads home to
fellow mand of CDR Charles H. Boldt
may do, and acts ,
the Jax Air News will publish a weekly series on facts and figuresof ac- the Jacksonville Naval Air Station
also took aerial photos of the
cordingly. Among other things
these agencies. This week's presentation on the three agenciesof where
ground andphotographer's
he's launching of astronaut LTCOL crews
ready to stop for the
the Joint Crusade concludes the series.)
fellow who runs through "on John H. Glenn into orbit on mates are waitingto
At the outset of the 1962 Federal Service Joint Crusade cam- February 20. unload the cameras and pro
the yellow", he lets the
paign President Kennedy said: "The Federal Service Joint Crusade The t win cess the film.
reckless passer into line, even j jet Douglas-built
provides an opportunity for us in Federal Service to demonstrate though tempted to A3D-2P "Skywarrior" photo re- The results are then sent to
again our belief in the dignity and importance of man as an in- squeeze connaissance aircraft NASA at Cape Canaveral for
him he watches for the which the
dividual. Through the three organizations which conduct this joint evaluation.
fellow who may pull out of a squadron flies, has proven to be
campaign Radio Free Europe The American-Korean Foundationand
,
parking space if he pos- the ideal aircraft for providing I II
CARE each of us can voluntarily contribute to our nation'sfight
sibly can, he stays out of the I high altitude air-to-air photo
against the fear, poverty and hopelessness which are still the Baldwin Given
way of the approaching driver graphy of the Mercury Atlas and
daily expectations of so much of humanity."
who's trying to re-enter his Saturn vehicle flight tests.

The American people have a proud tradition of generosity on own lane he shrugs his As the giant rockets are igni- 'Serviceman'Honors

behalf of friends across the seas. In recent years this tradition has :shoulders and lets the road- ted, the Navy pilots maneuver

been enhanced by gifts to the three private international welfare hog have his way. I I their aircraft and adjust their
agencies combined in the Joint Crusade. These three agencies At USNHErroll
are This kind of competition is I I flight path so as to pass very

supported by contributions from individuals."We too expensive he keeps II close to the vehicle as it streaks

will bury you!I", shouts Nikita Krushchev. Will his words pedestrians, especially child- I spaceward. Timing is most critical L. Baldwin, HM3, of the

come true? Not if Radio Free Europe has anything to say about itl! ren, always in mind. and the photo jets must Outpatients Clinic at the Naval

RFE-the private, non-profit network supported by the American commence their approach toward Hospital, has been selected as

citizen, is the free world's strongest and most influential net- the launch area from positionsas "Hospital Corpsman of the

work broadcasting to Communist-dominated. Poland, Czechoslovakia, much as 75 miles away. Month" for February and pre-

Hungry, Romania and Bulgaria. :Classified( As the rockets accelerate up- sented a Letter of Commendationby

How does RFE fight Communism? How does RFE promote ward from their launching pads, Captain J. M. Hanner, Hospital -
,
.
freedom and protect your security? RFE's night and day broadcasts the aircraft crew actuates the Commanding Officer, during

break the Soviet's propaganda monopoly in five strategic countries.It Ortega Hills-7427 For Sale Warner Drive, 3 Skywarrior's. complex camera ceremonies at the Hospital."In .

prevents Communism from taking root in K's front yard; RFE bdrm, 1 ISh bath, patio, util rm, $800 system. On a typical test as a job which requires the

shows 80,000,000 captives people that the American people are con- equity.By many as seven aerial cameras utmost of tact, tenacity, interest,
cerned for their welfare; by challenging Saviet propaganda and Owner-3 bdrm, Fla. rm, Weicon- will be snapping away Large devotion and organizational abi-
nett SP 13316.
area
denouncing Communist methods in the Iron Curtain countries RFE ; format still pictures
Split Level-3 bdrm, 1% bath, cen in both lity, you have consistently turned -
forces reforms, prevents senseless persecutions and checks progressof heat, ocpy June II EV 72076. color and black and whiteaswell in an outstanding perform-

programs which drain the captive countries for the benefit of Ortega Hills-GI mtg, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, as motion pictures, are tak- ance. The neat and courteous
Russia. patio, $1,000 equity, avail April 1, EV en simultaneously.
8-0882. management of over 1,000 obstetric
For more than 15 years CARE has symbolized the generous heartof For Rent When the rocket vehicle and patients and their charts

America. Seeking out the needy, feeding them and supplying the Sm Furn Apt-lor 2 adults, $45 per the aircraft pass each other, the requires a special interest and

tools to make them self-sufficient, this "temporary" non-profit mo or $11.50 per wk, util; EV 89868. pilot jockeys his plane so as to understanding," said CAPT Banner -

agency was set up originally to deliver aid to World War II victimsin Riverside Area-downtown, sep entr, get the longest possible series of in the commendation.It .
unit apt, Navy couple pref EV 89886.
Europe. Furn Apt-1 bdrm, elec, $65 EV also noted that Baldwin
CARE 27 countries around the world. Its
Today serves wares 71950. to
spent many hours working
now range from $1 school kits or food parcels to $90 sewing ma- Furn Apt-4 rms, yeas,. couple, elec 4PIQIObC- ofci1 ,r improve the Outpatients Clinic,
chines and $100 building-block well-digging rigs draft EV 9-0514 or EV 89806. *
presses, or
animals to benefit a whole village.All 4-9773.House-2 bdrm, kit equip, $65; CO I 7k ,'It D lit Ify coming to work early on busy
days in order to have the clinic
CARE packages carry a message of friendship and the Unfurn Apt-2 bdrm, elec: equip kit, ready to go on time.
names and addresses of the donors. CARE is a channel through wat, $69.50 per mo; EV 9-2522 or Ext.
which Americans can express their concern for the needy. 684.Furn "You have incorporated many
Apt-4 rms, kit, din rm, kit opt excellent original ideas to increase -
CARE is a symbol of friendship from Americans to millions of 354-4718.
the smoothness of the
destitute across the world. Prl Apt-3 rms, bath, elec, sty, refrig,
Another mission accomplished in the years of cooperative endeavor heat, avail April 1 II 4700 Wheeler St. Clinic operation. You have volunteered

between the U. S. Armed Forces in Korea and the American- Furn Hse-3 rms bath, couple, $50 your services for many
per mo; 3231 Phyllis St. extra jobs beyond the call of
Korean Foundation is a new Boys Town. Results? Unfurn 3 bdrm,
$85
per mo; SP
errands,
duty such
running
Another ray of hope shines for Korea's street orphans who, 1-3501. as
doing
taking blood
,
without shelter families for the future sell pressures
training, or hope news- and
papers, shine shoes, beg and scrounge for a living. Hardly a day JOWC Plans minor on-the-spot repairs
EstimatedDate
goes by without one or more of them being found starved or frozento preparing the monthly "
death. Fashion Show 'GOD of Confinement lists, con-
GRANTS LIBERTY tinued the letter.
Airmen from Osan Air Base established a haven for street boys The "Candlelight FashionShow" ONLYTO THOSE WHO
with the help of the American-Korean Foundation's 4-H Club and will be presented at the LOVE IT, AND ARE "Your courtesy and friendlinessto

Agriculture Director in Korea. The American-Korean Foundation NAS Jax Officers Club on March ALWAYS READY TO Staff and patients alike are

furnished funds for land, a well, a cow, seedlings, food, shoes, 28. GUARD/IMP well known. Your superb hand-
medical and household expenses. The children are doing all the work For time, menu and reserva- t DEFEND m ling of your difficult job has been

themselves. The airmen are acting as mothers, fathers and leaders. tions, call the club. ...DaniWc 65T truly outstanding," ended the
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22 March 1962 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3



V { i 5 Employees Given Greater




Employment Policy VoiceExecutive



, Order 10988, "Employee-Management Cooper-
ation in the Federal Service," warrants careful reading by

all employees, according to the NAS Jax Industrial Relations

fir i Department. In view of this importance, The Jax Air News

will carry, on a continuing basis the content of the order

L section by section.

There are many provisions of
that the following policies shall
the order which require clarification -
govern officers and agencies of
by the various agencies con-
the executive branch of the
1iL .k cerned, says IRD, and employeeswill Government in all dealings with
be informed through news
I Federal employees and organizations -
NURSING IN-SERVICE WORKSHOP-Dr. Mildred L. Montag, (at speakers stand), Professorof articles of the Department of De- representing such em-
Nursing Education, Teacher's College, Columbia University, was the guest speaker at a two- fense and Navy's clarification of: I' ployees
day, in-service workshop for Navy nurses and visiting registered nurses from the Jacksonvillearea these provisions. Following are :
last week. The workshop, held in Ward B-5 at the Naval Hospital March 15-16, was aimedat the first two sections of the Exe- "Section 1. (a) Employees of
improving the quality and quantity of service education. The discussion and answer work-
the Federal Government shall
shop is the second of its kind to be held here at the Naval Hospital. cutive Order:
have, and shall be protected in
"WHEREAS participation of the exercise of, the right, freely
employees in the formulation and and without fear
CloseSupportRadar of penalty or
I CIVIL SERVICE implementation of personnel policies reprisal, to form, join and assist
affecting them contributesto
any employee organization or to
System effective conduct of public
refrain from any such activity.
I business; and"WHEREAS Except as hereinafter expressly
News In Review
Used By CorpsThe the efficient administration provided, the freedom of such

of the Governmentand employees to assist any employee
have valuable
Federal protections
employees many the well-being of employees organization shall be
Marine Corps has a new recognizedas
against loss of income because of sickness, accidents, and
radar system to help give pre- unemployment. This article deals with one of these pro- require that orderly and con- extending to participation in
cision guidance and control to tections-unemployment insurance. structive relationships be main- the management of the organization -

close-support tactical airplanes If he is separated from the' tained between employee organi- and acting for the organization -
ing to $55 week in some zation and officials in the of
during amphibious operations.The Federal service because of reduction up a management ; capacity an organization -
states. The length of time they and representative, includ-
first such systems, whichis in force, or if his appointment -
are payable varies also-from 16 ing presentation of its views to
helicopter transportable, was terminates, an em- "WHEREAS subject to law and
to 39 weeks. Some states supple- officials of the executive branch
delivered to the Corps recently.It ployee may be entitled to unemployment I the paramount requirements of ,
is designed to automaticallyguide compensation while ment these payments by allowances the public service, employee- the Congress or other appropriate

planes against enemy tar- looking for another job. If the to dependents.When management relations within the authority

gets during daylight or night and worker is discharged for miscon-. leaving the Federal ser- Federal service should be improved "The head of each executive

in all kinds of weather. duct, quits voluntarily without I' vice an employee is entitled to I by providing employeesan department and agency (herein-
for the
a lump-sum payment
The Corps said that during tests good cause, or refuses a suitable II opportunity for greater par- after referred to as 'agency')
amount of annual leave he' has
the radar demonstrated its abil- job without good cause, there is I ticipation in the formulation and shall taken such action, consistent -
earned but has not used. Some
ity "to precisely position an air- a period of disqualification dur- annual leave implementation of policies and with law, as may be required -
employees save
craft in space for accurate bomb ing which unemployment com-i up procedures affecting the condi- in order to assure that
to the legal maximum ((30 days
drops in close-support of ground pensation cannot be paid. This tions of their employment; and employees in the agency are
in that
most cases) so they can
operations." period varies from state to state. "WHEREAS effective employee- appraised of the rights describedin
use the lump-sum payment as a
The system is well suited to Unemployment compensation I I sort of cushion in the event they management cooperation in the this section, and that no interference -

the "v e r tic i 1 e envelopment" is usually payable by the statein leave the service. public service requires a clear restraint, coercion or

technique in which Corps attack which the Federal employee Because of variations in unem- statement of the respective rights discrimination is practiced within -

units and equipment are airliftedby had his last duty station. How-I I ployment insurance benefits and obligations of employee organizations such agency to encourage or

'copter and landed in the rear ever, a claim for benefits may among the states and the Districtof and agency manage- discourage membership in any

of enemy positions. be filed in any local office of a Columbia, it is important that ment; employee organization.

The new radar can be set up state employment service. The when leaving the Federal ser- "NOW THEREFORE, by vir- Ub( ) The rights described in

quickly at an important site-I employee should file his claimin vice an employee promptly visit tue of the authority vested in this section do not extend to

close to enemy contact-or, if' the local office nearest his his local state employment ser- me by the Constitution of the participation in the managementof

need be, it can be set up and residence. The amount of the vice office. There, he will learn United States, by Section 1753 an employee organization, or

operated many miles away from payments varies from state to all the details on unemployment of the Revised Statutes ((5 U.S.C. acting as a representative of any

the enemy and well out of rangeof state, but they are usually about insurance as they apply to his 631)), and as President of the such organization, where such

conventional. battlefield weapons one-half normal earnings, rang- particular case. United States, I hereby direct participation. or activity wouldresult

in a conflict of interestor

otherwise be incompatiblewith
.
hun L.4. : F
fl Jawor with the official
To f
First Lady
t duties of an employee.

"Section 2. When used in this
Sponsor New order, the term 'employee or-

ganization' means any lawful

Polaris SubThe ?4jI association, labor organization,

federation, council, or brother-
first lady of the land, Mrs. :: : '. hood having as a primary pur-

John F. Kennedy, has acceptedthe pose the improvement of working
Navy's invitation to sponsorthe i
conditions among Federal em-
first submarine in an en- 22 ployees, or any craft, trade or

tirely new class of Polarisfiringships. w, sy industrial union whose member-

ship includes both Federal em-
The new sub, USS Lafayette, ? %? ployees and employees of private

is scheduled to be launched May organizations, but such term shall

8 at Groton, Conn.It j..fYZY'4 $y htiR N 'r not include any organization; (1))

will be the eleventh fleet lew'A4 which asserts the right to strike

ballistic missile submarine to be against the Govenment of the

built, and the first of a type the :> ::1 (i : :i United States or any agency

Navy says is to become "stand thereof, or to assist or partici-

ard. 4( # __ pate in any such strike, or which
Longer and heavier than the *2i1 Icfr- %\ imposes a duty or obligation to

earlier fleet ballistic missile sub- conduct, assist or participate in

marines, the 7,000-ton Lafayettewill any such strike, or, (2) which
be 425 feet long.It y- advocates the overthrow of the
will have two new com :, ;
iI1T __ constitutional form of Govern-
partments not built into the five % 4'4; ment in the United States, or,

ships of the George Washingtonclass a t- .*:<#. ...- fi. (3)) which discriminates with regard -
or the five of the Ethan : _. .v' __ AaIIr.1.,. _< to the terms or conditionsof
Allen class.Designed'to. 'BULLPUP' SESSION-L. W. Settle, AOCA (left), of Naval Air Maintenance Training Group membership because of race,
Detachment 1085, here at NAS Jax, discusses features of the "Bull up," air-to-surface missile with
morale
keep crew, two students undergoing a current series of ordn ance training sessions on its assembly, loading and color, creed or national origin."
at a peak during extended pa- utilization. Intent on the point of discussion are (left to right), students C. W. Langlois, AO3
trols, the new compartments area and D. L. Brooks, AOAN with J. E. Smith AOCA, of NAMTRAGRU Det. 1085, and O. L. De- Medical Officer: "How Is that
three-man gym and a com- Woody, who is the Resident Service Engineer for the Martin Company who manufactures the seaman who swallowed the half
missile. The Detachment Just recently took over tratnlna responsibilities for the missile pro "
bination crew's lounge, lecture gram here when the NAS Cecil Field based detachment that had been teaching the course was dollar?
room and study hall. disbanded. Nurse: "No change yet, sir."



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The following 31 NAS Jax civilian Effective on Monday, April 2, children, under the age
employees have been pro- of twelve years will no longer be permitted on the sales floorof
moted in accordance with the the Commissary Store here at NAS Jax, according to
Station's Merit Promotion Pro- LCDR D. G Frank, Commissary Officer. This does not include -

gram: those children who may be placed in shopping cartsor
carried in the arms of parents, said LCDR Frank, however -
Promoted at the Overhaul and
strollers will not be permitted.This .
Repair Department were Johnny
Bowman, Aircraft Cleaner to ruling has been made it. The Nursery is located in
Leadingman Aircraft Cleaner; t1 1: necessary by the substantial increase Building 560 on Child Street two
Walter L. Bunce, Planner and _1$ s v in patronage experiencedby blocks south of Yorktown. The

Estimator, Aircraft i Mechanic, %/:}}:r,;. i? the Commissary Store within Nursery is open at 0645 daily

General to Supervisory Produc- the past year. At the present except on Saturday when it
tion Controller, Aircraft, GS-11; time over 1,300 patrons shop in opens at 0700 and closes at 1830or
William M. Clapp, Helper Air- the Commissary Store each day. later. Children may be left at
craft Mechanic, Motor to Produc- When the number of children accompanying I the Nursery for a nominal fee
tion Dispatcher; Daniel M. DavisJr. i parents is added to of 35c an hour for one child and
., Aircraft Ordnance Repairman this figure, it is estimated that I 50c per hour for two children or

to Aircraft Mechanic, Ord-] over 2,000 persons enter the store more.
nance; Joseph B. Gasque, Elec- .. Jiil. # t y.
trician, Aircraft to Assistant pro-] { t"fJ; created severely over-crowded out that leaving small child-
duction Controlman, Electrician, -t" conditions which have made ren unattended in an automobilein 1

Aircraft; Cecil C. Gill, Helper, .". ... ..'. shopping in the Commissary the Commissary.Store park-
General to Toolroom Mechanic ,. .., .... >, 4? v7,., : Store both tiresome and unplea- lot is dangerous
; "*'t> :,.;.. :,. :,.::-:.": \:,,::. :;$ ing a very prac-
Thomas G. Hightower, Assistant ( '' ., sant to the average patron. The tice. Injuries may result if the
Production Controlman, Aircraft ; .'.:>, ",,'1i: i[:::::':' '.", :..,[.. fi: recent change in the CommissaryStore children are able to get out of

Mechanic, General to Operations ..:.x......,,.,...... salesweek from five to six the automobile.It .
Analyst, Aircraft Assemblies.Also r days and from 35 to 47 hours has was further noted that leav-

'j !: : $ only been partially successful in ing children outside, in front of,
Albert H. Jost, Helper
this condition. in
Metalsmith, Aviation to Aircraft _'. !w alleviating or the vicinity of the Com-
missary Store while the parent*
Ordnance Repairman; Robert J. FIX BAYONETS-CAPT H. D. Allen NATTU Commanding Futhermore, children are exposed -
Levesque, Electronic Engineer, Officer, wields a novel cake cutting knife in doing the honorsat to personal injury in the is shopping is prohibited by reg-
the thirty-sixth anniversary celebration at NATTU recentlyof ulations.
General, GS-7 to same, GS-9; the founding of the aviation ordnance rating. In keeping Commissary Store from broken"
Gaspard E. Lloyd, LeadingmanRadio with the ordnance theme, CAPT Allen was presented the .30 glass, metal cans, shopping carts,
Mechanic to Leadingman caVber M-l r'fle' with find.bayonet for inspection prior to the metal shelving and display cases. War Vets Soon
honors and then used it slice
to the huge anniversary cake.
Electronics Mechanic; Hugh Mas- Then in addition, some children

sey, Helper Metalsmith, Aviationto have mutilated or destroyed
Production Dispatcher; ArnoldP. NATTU AOs Celebrate merchandise in the CommissaryStore. To ,Receive VA

Nabors, Metalsmith, Aviationto These losses must be absorbed I
Inspector, Aircraft Airframes; in the mark up placedon Dividend ChecksSome
Reginald D. Norman, Electro- the cost of merchandise sold.
plater to Leadingman Aircraft Founding Of RatingAlthough
The facilities of the Navy $6,090,900 is currently
Cleaner; Augustus E. Watson, As- Wives Nursery are available for being distributed to 119,868 hold-

sistant Production Controlman, March 2 dawned dismal and dreary and most those parents who wish to utilize ers of G.I. insurance policies in
Aircraft Mechanic, General to i Florida in 1962 annual dividend
everyone was describing the day in disparaging terms, the
Production Controlman Aircraft
,
aviation ordnancemen of the Naval Air Technical TrainingUnit ; payments, according to the Veterans -
Mechanic, General and HaroldN.
; I Administration.The .
here were celebrating. On that date 36 the
years ago,
Wilson, Electrician Aircraftto ,
aviation ordnance rating was born. x 3 rYi dividends will be paid on
Inspector, Aircraft Electrical the anniversary date of the
The occasion was observed at policies -
Systems. : the Unit's AO Schools with an i this year as is the usual

Supply Department promotees appropriate cake cutting cere- Admiral Flailey custom.In .
include Georgia L. Allen and mony and "open house" for dependents explaining what the anni-
Alfred L. Masse, both from EAM i and guests of the stu- versary date is, Rufus H. Wilson,

Supervisor, GS-4 to Digital Computer dents. Memorial Safely Manager of the VA Regional Office -

Systems Operator, GS-5; CDR R. D. Kunkle, Superin- in St. Petersburg, said thatit
Philip F. DiStefano, Stock Con- tendent of Aviation Ordnance I is the date on which each individual -

trol Supervisor, GS-6 to same, Training, welcomed the guests Award Is Begun I policy became effective.By .
,
GS-7; Everett W. Holland, Digital and introduced CAPT H. D. Allen I ;A L } R..c f checking that date on their
Computer Programmer, GS-7 to NATTU Commanding Of- JI policies, veterans can tell about
same, GS-9; Earl Kindred and ficer, who, after a brief talk on Memorial : when to expect his dividend
I I
Samuel Williams, both from La- aviation ordnance and ordnanceman check.

borer to Laborer, Heavy; Fred wielded an appropriate : Safety Program. An annual Approximately $225 million
W. Mansell, Crater and Packerto I ordnance item, a .30 caliber M-l I award is made to one attack will be divided among almost 4.5
Head Crater and Packer; Wil- rifle with bayonet attached, to aircraft carrier and to one antisubmarine million World War II vets hold-
lie Miller, Storekeeping Clerk, cut the huge birthday cake. 1 I aircraft carrier for 2" ing participating National Ser-
GS-2 to same, GS-3 Aleta F.I vice Life Insurance (NSLI) policies -
; Honored guests present for the I.I outstanding achievement in ac-
Plank, EAM Operator, GS-3 to with some 228,000 World
occasion were CDR L. R. Miller, cident prevention during aircraft
Digital Computer Systems Operator who, prior to his retirement, was carrier operations. : War I vets holding participatingU.

GS-5; and Daisy H. Wise, one of the senior AOs on active I The winning units will receive S. Government Life Insur-
EAM Operator, GS-4 to Digital! duty; CDR D. E. Hilton, senior temporary custody of the "Ad : ance (USGLI) policies receiv-
ing about $16 million in divid-
Computer Systems Operator, GS5. -I AO present; J. W. Purtee, AO- miral Flatley Memorial Award" 4 J ends.

CM, senior enlisted AO present; I trophy, permanent custody of a Dividends will about
J. C. Smith, A03, junior rated of the and citation average
replica trophy a -
Promoted in the Miscellaneous A.
$50 for WW II vets and $70 for
I AO present. the Chief of Naval
departments were Edgar Harper, I by WW J vets.
Laborer, Supply to Helper, Rig- During the "Open house" which Operations.The The annual dividends are pri-
! ger, O&R; Wilfred P. Shaw, Supervisory -I followed the ceremonies, the dependents award is sponsored by F marily a return to policyholdersof
I Military Personnel Assistant and guests had the I North American Aviation, Inc., s part of the premiums they
f GS-6, Administration, to I many facets of the rate shown Columbus, Division. have paid since the death rate of

:I Military Personnel Assitsant, GS- and explained to them. The trophy will be presented veterans continue to be less than

7, Administration; Mary D. Cote, annually about August 1 by CNOor estimated in the mortality tableson

f I Accounts Maintenance. I e r k, .1 Rhytngg of the !Times' his delegated representativeat which the premium rates are
t GS-3, O&R to Travel Clerk, GS- a suitable ceremony and will set by law.Safety.
J 4. Administration; and Berne W. remain in custody of the win-
COMMUNISTS
. Coffman Jr., Supervisory Policeman '9l I ning ship for the subsequent
Af I GS-5 to same, GS-6, Security award period, which will ex-
WHO HAVE PenMail
,
I Department. YEARNINGS -=. tend from July 1 to June 30
.KJR EQUAL ...' : following.The .
! carrier Buck Henson
DIVISION award will be given of
on
! Mess Sgt.: "Didn't I tell you O the basis of embarked aircraft Greer, S.C., was trying to shoo
to notice when the soup boiled UNEQUAL. I GYPSY IN JEANS-Noi its
a barking dog 'when
EARNINGS. accidents and A, B, C, damage I Debra Paget, camouflaging her away a
over? ground accidents' relative to the shapely charms in blue jeans small boy ran from a nearby
KP.: "I did. It was half past "' 9en.AFPQ extent of flight activity per- I for a gypsy role in a TV offer- house and bit the postman on
10." I \ formed by the carrier. teller.inq in which she plays a for- the arm.

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HONORS FOR A JOB WELL DONE-Even though Jack
Annapolis Midshipmenbegan Harvey, (standing, upper left) was the guest at an officer's wives
there Spring athletic "Aloha Jack" dinner last week where he was lauded by the
training program here at NAS group for his many efforts in their behalf, the NAS golf pro is
Boxing Tourney To keeping busy right up to the last day (upper right), as he shows
today involving baseball, tennis, Curtis Oswalt (right) a set of woods at the golf course club
golf and track. house. Jack leaves NAS on April 1 after serving for 16 years

The Florida Jacksonville State University Universityand Get Underway TonightSixteen Va.as the Station's golf pro to take over similar duties in Oceana,


baseball teams are on hand to
play Navy's nine. gladiators representing three teams will vie for

FSU meets JU at 1200 tomor-i honors in the Sixth Naval District Boxing Tournament to Ends 1 1As 16 YearsMembers
be held tonight at King Hall at 1900. Harvey
row, March 23, before Navy takeson 1________
JU at 1500, both games to beat Ten fighters will be carryingthe phis vs Ron Alsheski of Glynco.

Mason Field. banner of Memphis Navy, The winners will advance to

On Saturday at Mason Field, five hail from Glynco, Ga. Navy, the South Atlantic Regionals at
Navy will once again get together while southpaw Jim Rosette is Norfolk. Golf Pro 1

1500.with JU at 1200 and FSUat the lone Jax Navy entry. ---. April


The first baseball game for the The entry lis; may increase by
midshipmen was scheduled for ring time tonight, but at Air !Q6 p ..rsZ:1: of the NAS golf course will observe "Jack

today at 1500 against JU at the News press time the program for Harvey Day", Sunday, March 25, in honor of the man who,

university park.Softball. the evening was pretty well for the past 16 years, has been the Station's golf pro.
The day's festivities will be---- ---
firmed up. 1. When was the first baseball Country Club in South Bridge,
highlighted by a trophy-award-
Briefs
Some of the participants will game played at night under I ing tournament after which Jack Mass..
Next 2 will be handed weight division lights. It was in 1944 that he first
Monday, April a will leave NAS (April 1) for a
start the Spring season IM Soft- title on a silver platter, since at 2. Name the only major lea- new position as pro of the Aero came to Jacksonville as a Navy

ball games.To present, they remain the lone gue baseball player to hit .424 Pines Golf Club at the Oceana physical training instructor. At

date, the following teams entry in their divisions. As it for an entire season. Naval Air Station, Virginia Beach, this time, the NAS golf course

will be stirring up the dirt on I stands now, unless some last 3. What is the National Foot- Va. freeways were hindered by tree

the diamonds: Admin, AF679th, minute opponents show up, Bill ball League's record for a single Jack's successor Joe Mc- stumps the then nine-hole

FAETU, VAP-62, VP-30, Marine I Holt of Memphis will walk away player to catch the most passesin Donald, will report to the greens hardly playable.
Barracks, A/C Main, VP-18, with the 112-pound honors, J. R. one contest? course on Monday March 26. When asked at the end of the
VU-10 VP-16 Victor of Memphis with the 119- war if he would stay on at Jaxas
Supply, FAW-11, A 20-year Navy veteran, Joe
NARTU Works title R. A. Ponsaa of (Answers to Quiz) the golf pro and help redesign -
VA-44, Public pound comes to NAS Jax from Cali-
Opers, ComFairJax, Hospital, Memphis with the 132-pound title, 'OSSI HIuaaij fornia where he was the assistant the course, Jack agreed and

Dispensary, VP-741, COM, and and A. L. Newbill of Memphiswith ua'ad ag ) eqjeu IsuIvSa pro at the Coronado began the difficult task January

tentatively, VP-5, returning from the heavyweight honors. 6 v uj sasscd 81 ;q6nB3 eq Country Club. 1, 1946.
The ensuing brought
overseas.Puttering. Prior to World War II, Jack years
contenders will udijM piooai IJH B |a: UIBU t\9
Here's how the : about a face-lifting which seem-
BUY 10'] eql jo MB9J uioj 'C was the pro at two New England
line up in their weight divisions: ed nearly impossiEle. An averageof
clubs, including the Cohasse
126-pound-L.. Johnson of Mem- IZBl ul nr Pq6m 250 trees were planted every

I phis vs Tony Elumba of Glynco; euiji-HB us pat pus sawn year the freeways were clear-

I 139poundW.. L. Sudderth of UOAOS_ djqsuoiduiBip Bujjisq en5 VAP-62 SportsmenGiven ed and widened the greens

AroundDon Memphis vs Bob Garcia of Glynco B31 IBUOIJBfl eq UOM 'SUAVOig expanded and elevated. Soon

; 147-pound-J.. E. Johnson of sjnoi -is Pio am qfIAn papua PT Awards afterward, the original nine-hole
Memphis vs Jim Case of Glynco; pus iiBujpJso:: $jm>Tjg eq, course became the "front nine"

Gifford, 14-year-old son 156-pound-Woody Becker of \\l\M. J39JB3 onEsai jofBui( iq pa Here's a sample of incentivefor followed by Jack's newly de-
of Jax Lew Gif-
Navy's golfer Memphis vs Jim Rosette of Jax '|IB}> oqM qruoIoH uaS01l: 7 participating in the signed "back nine," which includes -
personnel
ford, captured the 1962 Spring
Navy; 165-pound-Ed Bartholomew 'C881 'Z eunr uo "in new physical fitness program. the "Island" or llth green,
Cup Tournament last Sunday,
of Glynco vs Al Wente of )UInC PUB auABM jioj Uaa.MI Heavy Photographic Squadron surrounded by water.
March 18 firing twin 80's in the
36-hole ,handicap play. The Memphis; and M. Garcia of Mem- eq -puj 'euABM J'oj IV 'I 62 awarded twenty 48 and 72'- The ,outbreak of the Korean
I
conflict resulted in additional
young man's handicap was only -- hour special liberty passes plusa
I squadron token, March 9, to golf players arriving on the Sta-
seven. .
Tying for second place were Volleyball Coach Says those men who showed a high tion, overloading the course play.
This problem was soon solved byJack's
in interdivisional vol-
percentage
Tom Greenwood shooting 80 and .
I building a temporarycourse
leyball participating during the
76 with a four handicap, and
on the parade grounds
CAPT R. E. Clements chalkedup nine Team All-Navy BoundIt's season.First individual to win the which helped to satisfy the grow-
92 and with
a a 76 a
handicap. award was Clarence F. Keel. ing need. His talent of designinggolf

Since there was only one se- been practice practice practice for the The squadron's Supply and courses also resulted in the
cond-place trophy, both Green- NAS Jax Volleyball Team working out in preparation for Photo Intelligence Divisions led 1 layout now at Green Cove

wood and CAPT Clements planto the 6ND matches to be held at Pensacola, Fla.. March 28-31. in the overall percentage, each Springs.
Jack's concentration has been
---- --- with
have a playoff match to deter- Following the district matches, the All-Navy matches. He wenton 100.
mine the runn"erup position. the team expects to go on to the to however, that the net- The volleyball league winner, primarily course maintenanceand
Area Tournament also say with a 12-0 record, was the of course, the teaching of
The NAS Jax golf team will Southern being held in Pensacola the first men from Memphis will be Jax'strongest Operations Division followed by the game. Through this latter ef-

take on visiting Yale's team both week in April. This tourney contenders for this the Power Plant/Ordnance and fort, the Station's womens' interest -

today and tomorrow at 1300, and brings together the top teams goal. the Avionics Divisions.A has increased greatly.

then on Saturday join Yale, from the Fifth, Sixth and Eighth The All-Navy Tournament is total of 167 men took parkin "When I first came to this
Florida State University and the which vie for a the program-nearly half of course," says Jack, "there were
Naval Districts
scheduled to be held April 11-13
Naval Academy in a round at the squadron., about 12 members of the officer's
chance at the All-Navy Tourney.In
the NAS golf course, the latter at Alameda, Calif. II wives group. Today, I'm glad to

being part of the midshipmen'sspring : view of the squad's winning In the squadron's quarterlytest i say, we have nearly 90 active
honors in the Flor-
second place IM GOLF MEETING
training program.EXPERIENCED includ- of physical fitness, two new players.
ida State Championship, I
SCHEDULED MARCH 28 achievement records were esta- His job at Oceana will not Be

SOFTBALL I ing a spot in the May All-Amer- There will be an intramuralgolf blished recently by Joseph Byrne, one of semi-retirement, for this

UMPIRES NEEDED I I ican Nationals, coach Mac Mc- oganization meeting Wed- who did 100 sit-ups and by course is still in its infancy. To

Contact Athletic Director atI I I Guckin says he believes Jack- nesday March 28 at 0930 in the Charles Ivy who ran the 300- Jack Harvey, it will be another

Ext. 585. sonville will be represented in Mainside Gym. yard shuttle in 47 seconds., challenge.


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I rT .. Waves 'Shaping-Up' As




Exercise Program BeginsA


few dozen sore and aching muscles are the order of

the day this week for some 95 .NAS Waves as they began

the Bureau of Naval Personnel directed physical fitness program -
,$ on Monday.

First exercise session began at
weekly, hereafter which are held
1530 on Monday with others at Bldg. 614.

slated for Tuesday and Wednesday The Navy program is based on

Waves will be required to one created by the Royal Cana-

6 {; .;..',..ir ___ "ycv attend two of the three sessions dian Air Force. Labled "XBX
_
"
Plan for Women, the program
,x" :..i\f./.n. '* ','.., contains eight exercises. The
it exercises do not change but the
J.
;
w .._ 'i'' Assessments/ DueThe
"" -; : ;!) number of each which must be

'4 s.'i:. : I... Employees' Mutual done within a given time must
.
,.. '. 'u.-* .i' ': be gradually increased.
."*',..*'.Lk"<; .p.... ..lit< '1.J ,: ,"'":''''''''-y_ .".:} :,.,liM. '.. __ Death Benefit Society has advised Women are expected to start

THE STORY OF BUWEPS-CAPT Sterling Ivison. Comptroller for the Bureau of Naval members that Assess- at a low level and work up to
Weapons has not suddenly drawn a "blank" during his presentation last Thursday to the local ments 182 and 183 are now
Chapter of the Armed the highest level they can in-
Forces Management Association. The flash of the camera "wiped out" the
screen to which he is pointing. The captain dwelled on the organization set-up of BuWeps and its due and payable by April 3, dividually perform. However, the
'. elicits to manage its people and money on a stable and equitable basis. exercises of the fourth level are
-
considered to be standard for

ComptrollerGives 'Mad Foxes' To ReturnIn women under 40.

All Waves under 40 years of

AFMA rr age must participate in the pro-

From SpainPatrol Aprilppered gram which is designed to fur-

ther proper health, physical poise
Aims and good personal
BuWeps appearance.
Thursday, March 22 Squadron Five, ski: by Commander Robertto ,Those over 40 are urged to keep
Members of the Jacksonville Mainside-The Day The Earth L. Huber, will be returning Jacksonville to rejoin the trim through voluntary participation -
t Chapter of the Armed Forces Caught Fire, 1900 only. Fleet Air Wing Eleven antis ibmarine complex during the : in the program.
I INATTUnitDeadly I
second week of April. II
t Management Association now Duo, 1900 The eight exercises and the
I have a much clearer picture of only. The famous "Mad Foxes" are number of times that each must

how the Bureau of Naval Weapons Hospital-The Fugitive Kind, returning from a five-month March Of Dimes be performed are the bend and

I operates and how the Naval 1900 only. "split" deployment at Keflavik, go, 16; the two-way stretch, 16;

Air Station fits into its manage- Friday. March 23 Iceland, and Rota, Spain, where Donations Are the lifter, 16; the curl, 8; the

ment structure. Mainside-The World of Suzie they have been conducting anti- swan, 12; the circulator, 12; the
Captain Sterling M. Ivison, Wong, 1900 only. submarine patrols and search twister, 12; and the jog and
Comptroller of the Bureau of NATTUnit The Day The and rescue missions from the Given For NAS jump, 4.
Weapons, which has management ] chilling waters of the NorwegianSea
Earth Caught Fire, 1900 only. The conditioning exercises are
\ control of the Naval Air Station, to the balmy Mediterranean.The Voluntary contributions to the
Hospital-Deadly Duo, 1900' just part of the overall program
presented the story of the Bur- only. 'I March of Dimes campaign con planned for the distaff sailors.
eau at the monthly luncheon squadron also participatedin
ducted at NAS Jax last month
Other such
Saturday March 24 combined fleet exercises with equipment as spe-
meeting of the AFMA chapter I ,
amounted to $553.94 accordingto
cial and
Mainside-Hey Let's Twist, 1900 the French British and exercising equipment a
held last Thursday at the Officers Spanish campaign chairman ChaplainH.
cabinet discussed
steam are being -
only. Royal Hellenic navies.
Club here.
E. Waters. for future plans. It is antici-
NATTUnit The World of
his talk centered
the Although financial on Suzie Wong, 1400 and 1900. The plank-owning' "Mad Fox- Of this total, some $318 was pated that in the near future a
management pro- es" set a new search and rescue more complete physical fitness
The Earth realized result of the local
of the Bureau CAPT Ivi- Hospital-The Day as a
gram record Naval Station -
at Rota
house-to-house program will be offered here.
Fire 1900 in
Caught only. canvass co-
"; n also dwelled considerably on
h2 organizational structure. "The Sunday, March 25 when they helped to recover a operation with the nationwide At the present time, followingthe
US. Air Force whose F104"Starfighter"
pilot required exercises the girls
March of Mothers ,
campaign.
I T.'ireau of Naval Weapons gets ali Mainside-Flower Drum Song, had flamed out and
swim at the indoor pool.
Volunteers made calls at all Station may
althy slug of the overall Navy 1400 and 1900.NATTUnitHey. crashed. This was just one of
money to operate its far flung Let's Twist, over 15 SAR missions in which housing. Dewey Park and
PI installations and assorted activities 1400 and 1900. the squadron participated.The Cumberland Road housing.Mrs. We know of a sailor who is so

," the captain said. "It's Hospital-The World of Suzie H. E. Waters was chair conceited that the only reason

oir job to see that this money, Wong, 1900 only.Monday pilots and aircrewmen of man of the March of Mothers he joined the Navy was to let
and also manpower, is distributednnd March 26 the squadron also had the good campaign. the world see him.
alloted on a stable and Mainside Butterfield Eight, fortune of being able to combine
equitable basis for the job that business with pleasure during ..
1900 '
only. " '
has to be done," he added. NATTUnit Flower Drum their visits to Italy, France, Eng- -: "r' :: :' : T'::::;::; ;:

Using charts and visual aids Song, 1900 only. land, Greece, Norway, Iceland, :
CAPT Ivison explained the inner Scotland, Spain, Portugal, Den- :>,::.
Hospital-Hey Let's Twist, 1900 .........,
workings of the Bureau, divisionby mark, Germany, Morocco and .v:.
division, and how each fits only. Holland. In addition, numerous : ''Y I .;<:
Tuesday. March 27 \:
into the overall operations. The operational missions were flown .
Mainside Gun Fight, 1900 +
comprehensive summary of the from the islands of Majorca,

BuWeps program was well re- .only. Azores, Crete, Sardinia and Sicily ;;

ceived. 1900 NATTUnit-Butterfield only. Eight, .

The next meeting is set for
Hospital-Flower Drum Song, In fulfilling their roles as am-
April 19, with Rear Admiral ?W : .
John W. Crumpacker, Chief of 1900 only. bassadors of good will, the men ;.

Bureau of Supplies and Accountsas Wednesday March 28 of VP-5 made many friends in

principal speaker.Savings Mainside-The Mountain, 1900 each of the countries visited.
only. They became acquainted with

NATTUnit-Gun Fight, 1900 many children in Spain and Ice-

BondDelivery only. land, when their offers to spon-

Hospital Butterfield Eight, sor parties for orphans were

Dale 1900 only.ginning most graciously accepted. The
Chief Petty Officers of the
April 6, bonds earned
Due To (Change! during one pay period will Be squadron Naval joined Station with Rota the in Chiefsof spon- !

delivered to employees with pay
soring a bullfight for the under-
Delivery date of savings bondsto checks for the following pay
civilian employees of NAS period. privileged children of Andulusia.

Jax will undergo a change beginning This change in delivery date "Operation Little Chiefs" as it
was called, resulted in a sizeable
with the April 6 pay day, will in no way affect the issue
donation to charity in the Rota
it has been announced.It .
date of the bonds as they will
area.
has been the desire of the still bear the date on which pur-

Comptroller to deliver bonds with chase price was completed.This Having fulfilled their heavy
pay checks for the pay period in change will also keep toa responsibilities for providing
which the purchase price of the minimum the loss of man- ASW protection for the U. S.

bonds was completed. However, I hours in delivery of bonds and Sixth Fleet and our Northern

current conditions, including the provide a definite time for em- trade routes, VP-5 is returningto 'WE'RE GOING HOME'-These Patron Five personnel.. (left
conversion to bi-weekly pay days ployees to expect their delivery.It NAS Jax to again participatein to right), R. O. Meadows, E. N. Ferguson, J. J. Roszler andE.
for all civilian employees, have will also permit a smoother the ASW defense of U. S. E. Binet Jr., are busy getting things "ship-shape" in Rota.
rmde this impossible.! There- flow of workload, according to coastal waters and the Carib- Spain, for the squadron's return here to NAS Jax in early ApriL
The squadron has been deployed in a "split" operation at Rota
I fore, the Comptroller says, be- the Comptroller. bean. and Keflavik Iceland for the past five months.