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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 5, 1962
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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I New CPOs Named In February- 62 Navy-Wide Examinations I



Some 70 first class petty of- Ball, AOCA; F. P. Baltes, A. Martin, DKCA, effective D. H. Harms, AECA; L. J. Atwood, AECA; L. D. Helm,

ficers of NAS Jax, the Naval JCA; R. L. Bostic BMCA; 16, 1962; M. M. Ga- Haywood, BUCA; G. P. Hend- AECA; G. W. McKnight, AE-

Air Technical Training Unit, C. Dockery, ADJCA; A. CSCA; G. P. Hopkins, rix, AECA; A. J. Herman, CA; G. M. Mosier, AECA, andH.
and the Naval Hospital re- Giaimo, MUCA; W. B. ; T. Kleinschmidt, ET- AOCA; G. Johansen, AOCA;
ceived welcomed informationthis en, PNCA; A. R. and H. M. Land, PNCA, W. C. Koon, BTCA; E. C. W. Spence, BTCA, effective

week that they have been PNCA; D. A. Helsel, ; November 16, 1962; Koopman, AECA; D. E. Shif- September 16, 1962; G. M.

selected for promotion to chief L. R. Mims, ADJCA; E. T. Costigan, AECA, and K. let, AECA; H. H. Smith, AE- Kipp, AECA; on November

petty officer as a result of the Sanders, AECA; R. T. CSCA, January 16, 1963. CA; T. H. Stanley, AECA; D. 16, 1962; H. D. Grimes, AECA,

February 1962 Navywideexams. wart, ADRCA; E. J. Those selected for promo- H. Walker, AECA and T. A. and E. E. Brown, AECA, on

ATCA, and R. A. Weaver, at NATTU are W. S. Bed- Yarbrough, AECA, effective January 16, 1963.

CA, all of whom will be AECA; M. Benak, AO May 16, 1962. Naval Hospital selectees are I
The selectees'
become effective promotionswill at vari- moted effective May 16, ; W. P. Bruns, AECA; C. Also, J. E. Baker, AOCA; R. M. J. Coretti, HMCA, to be 1; :

Campbell, AECA; J. D. Butterworth, MMCA; B. E. promoted May 16, 1962, andJ.
ous dates from May 16 1962 Also C. H. Guest
;
AECA; S. R. Carpenter, AECA; B. G. P. White, HMCA, on Sep-
through January 16, 1963, J. J. Kozloski, TMCA; Dease, AOCA; B. L. Good' tember 16, 1962.
providing their eligibility is AECA; C. V. Ea-
McBeth, AOCA; A. rich, AECA; R. W. Grisso, AE- Names of those persons selected -
maintained. wanger, AMHCA; R. I. PNCA; A. J. Eckert, AE- CA; J. W. Kincheloe, ATCA; for promotion in squadrons -

Station personnel named for tevant, AECA, and A. L. ; F. C. Fields, PNCA; D. E. J. P. Thompson, AOCA, and and other units based

promotion to the rate follow- ra, AOCA, effective July AECA; H. W. Gallup, M. V. Waggoner, AOCA, effective here at NAS Jax were not

ing their names include D. L. 1962; J. V. Hirst, ACCA, ; L. E. Garrett, AECA; July 16, 1962; R. C. available at press time.


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Navy's First Radiography




J1IX: School Opens At NATTU




Twenty-four top pay grade aviation metalsmiths will

Vol. 20 No.1 U.S. NAS Jacksonville, 5 April 1962 soon occupy a unique position in the Navy as they becomethe
first aircraft radiographers. To train them, the Naval

T .6 Air Technical Training Unit will open the Navy's first Air-

craft Maintenance Radiography School on Monday, April 16
;
_ in Bldg. 520. The school will
4'4L--' LIIH 4J high, to protect the students from
ClassC"
4 be classified as a
radiation. Also all students and
School. It is being organized as
instructors will wear three devices -
a Bureau of Weapons Task Pro-
designed to measure ra-
ject and NAS Overhaul and Repair -
diation. One of these, a pocket
furnish
Department will
dosimeter measures the amountof
technical assistance in organizingthe
radiation on a person and

The school.eight week course is designed keeps a log record.

.':''.'.......,....'.................: to equip AM's and cer- Persons attached to the school
I. .. .:: : tain civil service employees to, will also receive periodic blood
476> S ::i.
j1flt the counts to determine if they have
:. operate devices involving
Yom, reached an excess of radiation.
radiation in detecting
W o use of
i.Witlr structural defects in Navy air- Another interesting feature of
craft. the school will be the Radio Iso-

.'.': ,.$; .' ;:. $# 1)J. Formerly, airplanes had to be tope Room or "Hot Room". This
$' "downed" to discover the stuc- room is insulated with 17 inch

;' 4'- -"' :::: .. tural defects. This procedure involved thick concrete walls plated with

.....,...".k,:.i 'W-%;<"Y.;". ". .:.:.:.,:.:::::;.,'.::.:::. much money and lost 1/2 inch lead sheeting extending
: :::": .Af .: manhours. With the portable x- 7 feet high. The entrance to the
,, : !il< : ,i : i LICONFEDERATE .
; .:! ", .>. "w", "".,,,_,,,,,,"- .._....... ,, .. ray equipment and the trained room has two 90 degree direc-
GENERAL'S SON-Howard P. Wright, at the Jacksonville Public operators located in key posi- tion turns. The radioactivity lev-
Library, who will be guest commentator at the NAS National Library Week, tions around the world struc- el is reduced one half by each
April 8.14, points out a picture of his famous father in one books in the Civil War
90 degree change in direction.The .
General MarcusJ. tural defects will be more rapidly -
display there. Wright is the only living son of a Confederate Brigadier
Wright, Army of Tennessee, C.S.A. determined.The room is further protectedby
school will have three x- an automatic alarm system

Ross Allen, Displays, Talks Small ray exposure rooms where the rigged with red and green lights.
Clothing, students will learn how to x-ray The flashing of the red light indicates -

the various metal sections of an an unsafe condition exists -
Libraries Celebrate Stores Set New,
Station airplane. The walls of the x-ray in the room.

Hours ClosingsNew rooms are lined with 1/4 inch The purpose of the room is to

lead plating extending 7 feet (Please Turn to Page 6, CoL 1))
Library Week April 8-14 hours during each -- --

and a staggered closing

BULLETIN-As the Jax Air News went to press it during inventory time
learned that Ross Allen, world famous reptile expert the end of each month have
Silver Springs, will present a special program on April 13 : established by both the
1830 in Bldg. 3 in conjunction with Library Week. Allen AS and NATTU Clothing
present a discourse on his travels and explorations and
he has been told Small Stores offices, ac-
display his' snake collection. Even though
medics that one more snake bite could prove fatal Allen to Lieutenant Com-
put on a snake-handling display with the deadly reptiles. L. E. Sutherland Jr.,

"Read-And Watch Your World Grow!" is the Sales Officer.
The Mainside office located
for the 1962 National Library Week celebration to be ,
April 8 through 14. Service libraries and American Bldg. 953, is now open
0900 to 1530 Monday
munity libraries will provide the latest books and
and the NAT-
Friday
material for civilians and service personnel thoughout
office, located in Bldg. Y
country.Big .
is open from 1100 to 1700 yf 'r} f4:
celebration plans are being
through Friday.
made by the Naval Air Station, Station libraries. Officers
One of the stores will re- fy p .!; r
Naval Hospital and Naval Air have opportunities to read
open at the end of the
Technical Training Unit Librar- mous 1961 Professional until the other has ,,,,J.r.+5ra: ;ar
ies, offering exciting exhibits and For Officers from the Naval its inventory be-

pastimes to personnel here at College.For .
closing for its own, said
NAS Jax. every person there Sutherland. The alter-
Bock displays at the NAS LIbrary -
book which shouJd' interest closing has been insti
include "Around The Notable 'Books of 1961 and to afford customers im-
World In Books," representingtravel able Navy Books For 1961 and continuous ser- n:.r., fY

guides, atlases, maps, cos- plays provide widespread .
tumes religion, art, literature,
al of interest and
the
change
In announcing ,
RECORD BREAKER-Caught during their actual plottingand
folklore, arts and crafts, personal include "How
Other displays was also pointed out that recording of the record.breaking 1.000th radar bomb scoring
adventure and foreign language Read Better And Faster," authorized service per- mission during the month of March last Friday are (left to
books records. bies," and "New Books purchase clothing right), J. E. Kelley, TD3 D. E. Kifer, TDAN and M. P. Baugh
Ambitious military personnelwill Person interested in may TD2. Recording of the mission broke the all-time record high for
at the C&SS offices the number scored in one month by the Radar Bomb Scoring
feel at home when they history will be especially may not purchase unit, a part of the NAS Operations Department. The new record
browse through the career and ested in a display of Civil there. exceeds the old one of 666 by 334 missions. SEE STORY ON
college materials offered by the (Please Turn to Page 6, CoL ) PAGE 4.



PAg8 I IAZ Am 5 April 1962

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NAS, Jeduonvllle
CAPT J. R. Compton Commanding Officer
CDR Walter J. Schub ___Executive Officer I
Fleet Air Jacksonville NAB oND I
RADM Joseph M. Carton _..--. CommanderCAPT
Vincent Casey Chief of Staff
I
Fleet Air Wing Eleven
CAPT Gilbert J. Freuenhelm ___ ._..Commander
CAPT Andrew H. Cowart Chief Staff Officer . "_.
Naval .. .:...:.iJ: : :::.
Air Technical Training Unit
CAPT Harttel D. Allen Commanding Officer ,
CDR Eugene F. Verdery Naval Hospital executive Officer ,, ;_1> .

CAPT J. M. Manner Commanding Officer
CAPT Stephen H. Toltns. Executive Officer I
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit
CAPT Ralph"" E. Elliott, Jr. Commanding Officer
CDR William M. Miller Executive Officer iI

Printed commerlcally with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at ,,
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July !
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air -i :
....,.. .
::i.i4Yi:4.k4i: > Ci Simwnv.
Jacksonville, Naval Air :Y.mwb"Hk [Y.n}% nm.vn"": m..m.
Station, Naval
Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing
II, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hospital.CDR THE 'CROW'S NEST'-The Bluejackets Inn's "Crow's Nest' will look like this decorators
Alex N. Mclnnli, Jr. Service Information Officer sketch when current remodeling there is completed in May. The remodeling will Include installation -
Andrew H. Planey Assistant Service Information Officer of a dance floor for petty officers second and first class and new furnishings. This is just
News Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb Staff-Mae Spencer JOlj Marc Whetstone, part of IM extensive remodeling and refurbishing now underway at the Inn.
J01; Sandy Martinson, JOSN Photographer, Joy Moreau, PH2.
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and In
ternational Councils of Industrial Editors.
Th. Jax Air News I I. a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material
Rabies Shots
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit li given. Photographs CIVIL SERVICE
unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs. I I
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone .
extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216.EmployeeManagement. For Pets Are
News In Review

Set April 11
OrderOf Because of the many inquiries being received from Federal -

Arrangements for the required employees and others about the President's proposal for

annual rabies inocula- salary reform, the Civil Service Commission has preparedthe

tion of domestic pets have following questions and answers about the backgroundand

President Being Quoted been made for the convenience effect of the proposal. The Jax Air News will carry them

of Station personnel by in termi t ten tly.)

the Security Department.A Q. What are the major features of the proposed pay reform
(Eitor's Note: This Is the third in a series, quoting Executive Order
10988, "Employee-Management Cooperation in the Federal Service veternarian will be on bill?
," for the information of all NAS employees.) hand at Fire Station Number A. The bill would for the first time establish a basic policy for

3 on Mustin Rd., aboard the adjusting and administering Federal statutory salaries, based on a

"Section 5. (a) An agency shall accord an employee Station, from 1000 to 1500, yearly review of comparable salaries in private enterprise, would

organization formal recognition as the representative of its April 11, to administer the provide proper relationships among various statutory salary systems -

members in a unit as defined ,by the agency when ((1)) no shots to all pets which are and would provide additional and very much needed flexibility -

other employee organization is qualified for exclusive recognition subject to rabies. in salary administration.

as representative of employees in the unit. (2\, it is Q. Which major salary scales affected the bill?
--- -- -- are by
determined by the agency that Cost of the shots will be $3
the employee organization has a ployee organization which has for each pet.FEATHER. A. The Classification Act, the Postal Field Service Compensation -

substantial and stable member- been formally recognized with Act, and the laws under which Foreign Service employeesand

ship of no less than 10 per cen- respect to any matter which, ifthe employees of the Veterans Administration's Department of
tum of the employees in the Medicine and Surgery are paid.
''''
unit, and ((3) the employee or- employee organization were I,. ::."o.: Q. What method was used to determine that the proposed new
ganization has submitted to the one entitled to exclusive recognition ;:: 1 salaries are comparable with salaries in private industry for the

agency a roster of its officers would not be included within .WS.s lame levels of work?

and representatives, a copy of : the obligation to meet and A. The basis of the proposed salaries is the 1961 survey reportof

its constitution and by-laws, anda confer, as described in section 6 I +, ,I the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which furnished privateenterprise -

statement of objectives. When, 'b) of this order. salary information for occupations representative of the Clas-
in the opinion of the head of an sification Act.

agency, an employee organization "Section 6. (a) An agency shall "; I Q. How was comparability achieved for the other statutorypay

has a sufficient number of recognize an employee organization scales?

local organizations or a suffici- as the exclusive representative .\ ', A. Salaries of the other statutory pay systems were linked

ent total membership within' of the employees in an ap- ':y with those of the Classification Act at certain key levels. This was

such agency, such organizationmay *'. done in most cases on the basis of evaluation of duties, responsi-
propriate unit when such
be accorded formal organization -
recog- bilities, and qualification
: requirements. Also taken into consideration -
nition at the national level, but is eligible for formal re- were opportunities for advancement
: or lack of them, career
'such recognition shall not preclude cognition pursuant to section 5 ;' patterns, and special requirements of the service concerned. These

the agency from dealingat of this order, and has been designated other factors were particularly important in setting the proposedpay
the national level with another y' J.:< at the lower levels
of
or selected by a majority the Postal Field Service, where oppor-
employee organization on tunities for advancement are limited and spend
employees
of the many
employees of such unit
matters its a
affecting members. their
<, entire working lives in one grade.
Ub( ) When an employee organ- the representative of such em- : Q.
Will the yearly review be made in the ?
iation has been same way
formally recog- ployees in such unit. Units may =. .
nized, the agency, through ap be established A. Yes. The basis will be a Bureau of Labor Statistics survey.
on plant d
any r which
will be
propriate officials, shall consult installation, craft functional made yearly. The yearly review of statutory pay
,
or scales is
with such organization from timeto other basis which will considered to be an important reform. First, it places the
ensure a
time in the formulation and clear and identifiable review of salaries on a regular, systematic basis. Also, up to now

implementation of personnel po of interest the community no adequate national salary surveys have been available and the
among employees
licies and practices, and matters concerned revision of these pay scales has had to be done with very little
but no unit shall be j fact-finding.
f '
affecting working conditions tha (
established solely on the basis \:; ,
are of concern to its members of the < '" '"}. ;'i Q. Will revisions of the
extent to which employees r .j proposed pay scales 'take place auto
Any such organization shall be in the proposed unit have or ';,' < ; matically as a result of the BLS findings?

entitled from time to time t o ganized. Except where otherwise ..; A. No. The results of future annual will be reportedto

raise such matters for dicussion required by established practice, .<:.'Jf< ; the President, who will thereupon make surveys recommendations for
with \
't'ii't"
appropriate officials and a t prior agreement, or special circumstances ,* ,: a any needed changes and submit them to the Congress. Putting
all times ,
to
present its view '< $'
no unit. shall be I \Mt4I these recommendations into effect would require legislation. It
thereon in writing. In no case, Str1' is
established
for possible that the
purposes of
exclusive surveys made in the meantime would produce
however, shall an agency be required : results
recognition which includes which would lead
the
President to recommend subsequent
to consult with an ern'j ( : changes in
(1) the
any managerial exe schedules included in effective
; the bill to become
cutive, (2)) any employee engagedin U\ .. >< ', ,'\' in 1964 and 1965.
'j :Rhy1nQU of lho |I IE Federal + i ; : ;
Ttttxoa personnel work i in ,'"'''t<,t ft. Q. Could
other than : ,, 'l< {1! hiring at a salary above the minimum of the grade
a purely clerical <<< "ji'' ''
,
capacity .''' "" be done in individual
1 1'2< j. p ((3)) both supervisors who 1" :>'Mstr', cases?
< 't"o-", *;''1'K > A. Yes. In order to the
.4IfE5ITATE officially evaluate attract to
NEITHER ,sr the performance P ? \ high-quality personnel
} Federal
: ?= ... of employees and the employees '}<''''':' ". service, individuals with exceptionally high qualificationscould

NOR laiN," ? j whom they supervise, or IN HER CAP be hired at salaries above the minimum grade. This is alsoa
((4)) both practice in private industry.
4Y6pv UJ/ professional employeeand Fancy-laced lady Ann Corio
'
W AT MUSS 1 non-professional employee shows she isn't out of shape Q. What is the ratio of highest to lowest salary under the
= G. f unless a majority of 'such professional after some 20 years in retire Classification Act?

\ ,41'N1W employees vote for inclusion ment. Ann plans to return to A. It is now 5.8 to 1, whereas in 1939 it was 8.8 to 1. Under
? in such unit. show business in New York. the proposed new rates it would be 7.4 between GS-18 and GS1.NEVI .



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6 April 1962 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3


'Sense Of Sight' TrainingFilm """ d 4 lAS




Scenes Shot Locally I .


"Our job of making this film has been made exceedingly :
easier through VAP-62's untiring cooperation." # :

This was a comment made last week by Bruce Jamieson,
who has spent the last two months in the Jacksonville area

shooting. a Navy aviation training film entitled "Sense. of
Sight". ihe film is the first of ----- --

a five-part series covering Vis- is to present to future naval 1! :

ion and Military Aviation. aviators, and those already in .
Under the technical advisoryof the fleet, the visual problems in

Francis Blake, Chief of Spe- stereoscopic view, low-level' dis- .

cial Projects in the Audio Visual tance judgement, night vision .

Division of BuMed, the Jamiesoncrew and what effects alcohol and rTt

worked day and night with smoking have on eye-to-brain

VAP-62 shooting the live action reactions.To .

portion of the movie. This in capture the realistic view- t

turn will be supported by an point of this feature, the main
animated phase showing the character of the live action is

functions of an aviator's eyes. being played by the "eyeball",
The overall theme of the film with camera angles being shot

from the pilot's seat. As for the

Korea Veterans animated section, Jamieson art-

ists, back in Dallas, are using
the data given them by BuMed
Urged'To Check THE PILOT SEES IT-An "eyeball" view from the teat of an A3D "Skywarrior" is shot
researchers to illustrate the phy-, for a Nary training film by Bruce Jamieson President of the Jamieson Film Co. He and his cam
siology of eye-function, showinghow eraman worked with VAP-62 during March in filming the live action portion of the film entitled
StudDeadline it works and why.In "Sense of Sight which will show how the aviator uses his eyes in flying.
.......
-- -------
Many of the 140,000 Korea accomplishing the live foot- .

veterans in night school or part- age, the film company shot a Navy Eases Restrictions
time training under the KoreanGI variety of aircraft scenes at ;

Bill should accelerate their three other naval installationsCecil -I I I

training if they wish to completeall Field and Sanford, Fla., rr-
their courses before their GI and Oceana, Va., involving F4H, More Tuition Aid Approved

benefits terminate, the Veterans F8U and A3J aircraft in addition .

Administration has warned. I to VAP-62's A3Ds. They also More money for tuition aid for Navymen and Marinesis

Under the law, a Korean vet went on board the aircraft now available. Also, the Navy has eased the restrictionsand April 5

eran's termination date is eight carrier USS Independence to will make tuition aid payments to additional thousandsof Mainside-The Blob, 1900 only

years from the date of dischargeor shoot scenes of these planes being personnel.The NATTUnit-B e 11 e Sommers,

release from active duty. In launched and landing. The maximum tuition pay- demic 1900 only.
no event can training be taken aerial views of the carrier operations ments have been increased from year. Hospital-Hand of Death, 1900

beyond; January 31, 1965, B. J. were shot for the com- $7.50 per college semester hourto Men who already have college only.

Gannon, Officer-in-Charge of the pany by VAP-62 cameras. $13.50. degrees and want to take addi- Friday April

Jacksonville VA Office, pointed While working with the NAS Some of the Navy changesare tional work to improve their Mainside-Seven Women From
education
out.As Jax squadron, Jamieson's cam- first enlistment men are professional can now Hell, 1900 only.NATTUnIt .
do so under the new Navy rules.
an example, a veteran discharged eramen averaged four hours a now eligible, it will now pay for They can also take work to get The Blob, 1900
in 1955 faces a termination day flight time and exposed over high school sources, approved only.
another bachelor's degree
date next year, 1963. A vet- 10,000 feet of live action color which or amaster's Hospital-Belle Sommers, 1900
permits
policy paymentsfor or doctor's degree in
eran discharged in 1956 has film. only
a
and for second
non-degree education, engineering, international -
termination date in 1964. "From this 10,000 feet will be Saturday April 7
bachelor courses, will consider t relations
management, I
edited 500 feet of finalfilm"
Gannon suggested that all vet- roughly paying for courses in foreign mass communications, mathematics Mainside-The Magnificent Se-

erans taking Korean GI Bill said the company presi- universities on an individual physics, science or foreign ven, 1900 only.NATTUnit .
dent. with the ani-
training check their individual 'Together basis, raised the maximum num- languages. Seven Women
termination dates. If it in mated portion, however, the ov- From Hell
comes ber of credit hours per semesteron 1400 and 1900.
Permission to work for
erall length of the movie will be a sec-
1963 or 1964, they should consider which payment will be made ond bachelor's degree will Hospital-The Blob, 1900 only.
around 1,000 feet or 25 minutes per-
accelerating their education
from six to seven. Sunday 8MainsidePocketfull
mit to work for law
running time," he added. men degrees
by taking additional
program Release of the BuMed film is In making the program applic- with tuition aid under the new of Mir-
school.courses or by attending summer scheduled for sometime in Oct- able to high school classes, the regulations. In the past, law acles, 1400 and 1900.

ober of this Navy will pay $40.50 towards schooling was considered in the NATTunit The MagnificentSeven
year.
Veterans who attend school at tuition for a full-year course.A category with master's degreesand 1400 and 1900.
night after working at their reg- The company finished their maximum of two year-long was not an approved field. Hospital-Seven Women From

ular employment during the day, live action shooting last Friday courses can be taken each aca- Those who enroll in foreign Hell, 1900 only.
and. have since returned to Dal-
should give this problem careful
universities may get help but
Monday April
consideration, he said. Their las where numerous special effects Candidate: "Friends, in this they will have to get individual
is slower will be added to the film.Jamieson's Mainside-The Hellions, 1900
training extending overa state there are 100 jails and I'm aproval from BuPers before the only.
longer period of time and they company devotes
assistance is authorized.The .
should make every effort to complete about 10 percent of its techni- proud to say I've never been in NATTunit-Pocketful of Mir-
their most essential courses cal projects toward the shootingof one of them." maximum number of acles, 1900 only.
hours of assistance a student can
before their deadline. Navy training films. Voice: "Which one is that?" Hospital The MagnificentSeven
get each semester is seven, instead 1900 only.Tuesday.
s,. of six. This change was
April 10
made to make the program consistent -
i with the additional Mainside-The Hoodlum Pirest,

schooling permitted for studentsat 1900 only.
service NATTunit-The Hellions, 1900
colleges where seven
hours of outside study is permitted only.
in addition the Hospital Pocketful of Mir-
owy' to regular
:
i- acles 1900
4 service school schedule.The only.Wednelday.

$13.50 per semester hour April 11

and $40.50 per year rates for Mainside Tender Is The

: courses will be paid by the ser- Night, 1900 only.
vices do NATTunit The Hoodlum
providing they not exceed -
75 percent of the tuition. Priest, 1900 only.

ff Thus, if the cost per semester Hospital The Hellions, 1900
hour is less than $18.00 or the only.

year-long high school less than

i $54.00( the student would not be
J Ji' A woman was telling her doc-
eligible for the maximum
pay- tor about her husband's delus-
M
j ment. His maximum would be
.l l.ltJ ion. "lie thinks he's a steam radiator -
75 percent of the tuition rate.
and he sits under the liv-

ffl: In all cases, the student will ing room window all day."
h
.... fJ-". have to pay all costs above the "Well," said the doctor, "you

CHRISTMAS IN APRIL-No, this not a preview of the Navy Exchange Christmas Toyland government's assistance. Officers bring him in tomorrow and I'll
-il'i the regular toy section maintained year-round in the Country Store for the convenience of receiving assistance will be required cure him of that in no time.
Exchange patrons. Here Kathy Turnage (right), who runs the department, discusses a toy pur- to stay on active duty for "Oh, no, doctor," replied the
excellent selection of both indoor and
chase with Judy Hansen. The toy department maintains an
outdoor toys for the Eddies, along with supplies for artists and hobbists. With the Easter bunny two years after completion of wife, "we need the heat. Just
expected soon. baskets and other accessories for the occasion are presently in good supply. the courses. take the pounding out of him."



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'Capped'The


tnird class of AmericanRed

Cross Staff Aid Volunteerswas

graduated Thursday, March

29, during ceremonies held at the

NAS Jax Officers' Club. Eleven

women who will now serve as

voluntary clerk-typists and staff
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STAFF AIDE GRABS-Striking a nice pose are eight of presented to six members.
eleven newly graduated volunteer American Red Cross Staff
Aides during ceremonies held Thursday March 29 at the NAS Presiding during the morning
Nuclear Power Station/ Traffic Officers Club. The new aides are (left to right), Mesdames S. graduation ceremony was Mrs.
Carlisi M. E. Dixon, G. D. Edwards Jr.. G. E. Fox, Gail Lane. James R. Compton, On-Post
RecordThe W. M. Miller J. E. Porter Jr.. and R. J!. Shanley. Also graduated Chairman of Volunteers. Chap-
Violation but not resent for the photo, were Mrs. R. D. Kaulback Mrs.R. .
School Set Up M. Kraft and Mrs. C. L. Moore Jr.. Chairman. Staff Aides. lain J. J. Reardon delivered the
following is a report of invocation and Mrs. Compton

motor vehicle accidents and presented the honored guests.

At Bainbridge traffic violations for the per- Radar Bomb Unit The graduation address was pre-
iod March 26-April 1: Scoring sented by Captain J. H. Hanner,

Naval Hospital Commanding Of-
The Navy has announced thatit NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis ficer.

will establish the U.S. Naval week ...,.....,.......,.......... 5
Breaks All-Time RecordThe CAPT James R. Compton NAS
Nuclear Power School at the This year ..................... ........48 : Commanding Officer, 'capped', the

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Naval Training Center, Bain- Through April 1961 .19 new graduates and Mrs. C. J.

bridge, Md., with the first classes NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE Radar Bomb Scoring unit here at NAS Jax, one of Jennings, Chairman of Volun-

scheduled to convene in July. LAST INJURY IN MOTOR only two such units in the entire Navy, plotted and scoredits teers, Duval County Chapter of

The school will provide in- VEHICLE ACCIDENT ,...93 1,000th bombing run during March at 1421 last Friday, the American Red Cross, pre-

struction for both officer and breaking its all-time monthly_ record by 334 runs. sented the pins. Presentationof
NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis
LCDR R. L. Hall, Officer-in-
enlisted personnel of the Atlan- week ... ..... ... ....35 Charge of the unit which is partof I chief; M. P. Baugh, TD2, Con- certificates was by C. V. Gross,

tic Fleet in the field of nuclear Speeding ................... ..13 the Station Operations De- : troller for the mission; J. E. i Field Director, Naval Air Station,

propulsion, supplanting instruc- Reckless Driving ..... .. 2 partment, reported the record- Kelley, TD3, Plotter; D. E. Kif- American Red Cross and the
tion presently conducted at the TDAN Recorder A. P. Heil- program was closed by Chaplain
Running Stop Sign. .. 3 breaking accomplishment as the er, ;

Naval Submarine School, New Others .. ................................17 members of his 19-man unit man, TDCS, and H. A. Wright, Reardon with the benediction.The .
London, Conn. A similar facility TD2, both radar operators. new staff aides are Mes-
already exists at Mare Island, Twenty-one drivers appeared were actually going about their dames S. Carlisi, M. E. Dixon

Vallejo, Calif., for training of before the Traffic Hearing tasks of plotting and scoring th'erun G. D. Edwards Jr., G. E. Fox,
Board at the April 2 meeting made by C. L. Templin, '
West Coast personnel.The R. D. Kaulback, R. M. Kraft,
Navy explained that the with disposition of cases as ATI, navigator-bombadier in an i Classified, ; Gail Lane, W. M. Miller, C. L.
A3D attack bomber from VAH-3
follows: One lost driving and
Moore Jr. Chairman Staff Aides
increased input of students in ;
based at NAS Sanford.
the nuclear power program necessitates parking privileges aboard the FOR SALE J. E. Porter Jr., and R. J. Shan-
Station, four were assigned to The bomb scoring unit works NAS Paz River, Md.-3 bdrm, cen
of
the provision more
remedial driving course, eleven with crewmen of bomber type oil heat call or writ LCDR J. A. Gil. ley.Awards
classrooms, laboratories and received suspended penalties, aircraft of Navy and Air Force letple, RD 2, Box 185, Hollywood, Md., were presented to
berthing and messing facilities FR 32609. former graduates Mesdames
than are presently available in three received warnings, three units throughout the southeastern Lake Shore-2 bdrm pan den, gar, Richard Abrams, E. W. Harndon

the New London area. Adequate were dismissed.You United States and from car- $65 per mo, by owner; EV 42582. Leonore M. F. Hamilton, R. H.
are driving your auto- rier-based planes in running the FOR RENT
facilities and housing are avail- McCorley, J. D. McGuire and
mobile suddenly an emer- simulated bombing missions to Cedar Hilli-3 bdrm, 2 bath, ape din V. C. Nelson.
able at Bainbridge. rm, kit $100 mo EV 7.3909 after
gency occurs. You see it instantly maintain their proficiency. ; per ;
---- 1700.
but while you realize Tracking of the runs is recorded -
Unfurn-3 bdrm, 2 beth, $105; EV 9. Exam Requiremen
the danger and move your electronically from the 2360.

CDR Greens/ foot to apply the brakes, time time the aircraft comes onto the Furn. Effc Apt-pri bath & entr, Iwr, Deadline May 15
has gone by. That interval is "range" until the simulated bomb $65 EV 41143.
Lg Bdrm-In quiet home, pri entr, tee The deadline for completionof
called "reaction time". is made. Then unit
your "drop" per-
after 1800 3917 Collins Rd. mandatory requirementsfor
New/ 'SkipperOf The most alert person, scien- sonnel take over, plotting and
Weiconnett Area unfurn, 2 bdrm, the August 1962 Navy-
tific tests show, needs no less from the recorded
calculating fireplace, 7 rmi, $100 per mo, gar apt wide rating examinations is
than half a second to get the information where the "bomb"hit. in rear; 7710739.)
VP-742 brakes to working. Many dri- All information is then recorded Oak Hill-3 bdrm, 2 bath, kit equip, May 15.Many.
fen yd $115 per mo; SP 11451. of the Navy Training
vers require one, or one anda and forwarded to the
Unfurn-3 bdrm $85 per mo; SP !1. Courses have been revised in
half seconds. The averageis unit from which the aircraft and
3501.
Commander L. M. Green has the past two or three years,
three quarters of a second. crewmen operate for use in eval-
THIS 'N' THATWanted
assumed command of Patrol says the Station CI&E Center,
Squadron VP-742, a Naval Air Since at even 30 mph an auto uating their proficiency. -2 people to join car pool, so it would pay prospectiveexam
travels 44 feet in one second, Directly involved in the re- Lake Forest or Riverview to NAS 0730-
Reserve unit based here at NAS takers to check on the
it would travel 33 feet before cord-breaking run Friday, in addition 1600 Ext. 244, McAninch.
Jax. CDR Green assumed the the Rider Wanter-to Ft. Knox, Ky., leave current mandatory require-
average person could ap- to LCDR Hall, were H. R.
duties of CDR F. D. Murphy April 7; CAPT James C. Burkhalter, ments for advancement.
ply the brakes. Even the best Cox TDCS the units
who had commanded the squadron leading FlaARNG EL 3-7732 or FL 93935.
brakes take time to stop a
since April 1959.
Think about these distances
car. ,
F .a. ; S ly
s "w.iC
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CDR. Green and his family reside I when driving on the >M vy TC s tt

at 3725 Dover St., Orlando, I streets and highways don't C:}
and is a pilot with the .Federal take chances.

Aviation Agency.The .

new squadron skipper has

been associated with the reserve Toastmasters To : s psrtst

program since its inception in ,
J
Install OfficersMembers
July 1946, participating in both *

World War II and the Korean of Toastmasters Mar- dw'r'i.vii:j: (

conflict. Nav 2280 will hold installation I '-_% fJAAVY JAX' NAVY*
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VP-742 has won for the sec- :
rnS
ceremonies for newly elected of- JEDERAl
ond consecutive year the Noel
Award VP ficers of the club during a meet-
Davis Trophy as top CREDIT UNION
squadron in the Naval Air Re- ing to be held tonight at 1900at ::

serve. Charlie's Restaurant in Orange :: 4{ i i 4 s1Vf Cj
NWC Will Renew Park. P4

Assuming the new positionswill ___ r_ a .
ec.d
:.
'N9t'
I Drivers Licenses be Bill Hood, President; Bill >; k

Requests for renewal of Bain, Administrative Vice Pre-

Florida drivers licenses may sident; Billy McAllily! Educa- $

now be made on Monday of tional Vice President; Bob baleen t .

each week from 0900 to 1615 Treasurer; Paul LeBlanc, ARE LOOKING ritidwwr.w.THINGS UP-Jax Nary Federal Credit Union President Roland E. Byrd

at Bldg. 40 here at NAS Jax. Secretary, and Bob O'Neill, Ser- (right), Vice President CDR Nathan Cole Jr. (left), and Manager Norman Cllre take time out to
The service is being provided survey come of the results of a beautifucation and remodeling program now underway at the
geantatArms.Guests local Credit Union. Of particular note here is the Installation of new sidewalks and shrubbery
by members of Navy Wives for the installation which have been completed. Moving Inside they also took note of the complete remodeling being
Club 86. done there which has been neeessitat W >". qrowing membership and expanded facilities which
ceremonies are invited. have been instituted to better terre Credit Unl-m members.



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a i ;; First Jax Navy Judo

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S\, .: \; ,' Club Offcers SeatedThere

> will be a new sport introduced in the 1964

,... .",#;:;t>A :':, :. '".. <. Olympic Games even though it was founded in the year

1882.The game was originally practiced by the Samurai in

the feudal era of Japan. They call it Jujitsu.A .

(' professor by the name of circles.
".. Kano, however, cleaned up the Here at NAS, for example, the
f1 .; game in 1882 and called it Ko- Kodokan style of Judo is being

: : .% .. ;; ., ; dokan Judo the same nameit practiced by members of the Jax
I- ""' "" ""...::::' ..-" '.......... ": will carry into the interna- Navy Judo Club and a good
BELT OWNING OFFICERS-Newly elected officers of the Jax Navy Judo Club are (left to tional sports arena.It number of the members young-
right) President Ronald J. Petzel (Black Belts) Vice President Willie Jones (Black Belts) Secre- I sters.
tary-Treasurer Frederick Avery (White Belts) and Sergeant at Arms Edward Zmija (White Belt). that has American been just interest in recent in years the The formation of the club


Athletics Meet Twins Elumba's/ Left both sport in has civilian reached and popularity military, here it wasn't began until some March time 21 ago that but the

first election of club officers was
Opens Door To made. Now holding the respon-

At Jax Park April 8 Ball Openers Won sible positions are: President -

All-Navy Tourney Ronald J. Petzel, of MARTD,

Tony Elumba, 125-pound By VA-44 Supply who was also president of the
Led by ex-Florida State star Dick Howser, one of last featherweight from Glynco Cherry Point, N.C., Judo Club;

season's outstanding rookies, the Kansas City Athletics will Navy who gave NAS boxing Vice President Willie Jones of
off in Jacksonville April 8 on their to their regular VP-16 DispensarySkies
stop way fans a 55-second look at his Special Services; Secretary-
season opener to do battle on the baseball diamond with the swift left during the 6ND were clear over NAS Treasurer-Frederick Avery of

Minnesota Twins in the only major league exhibition gameof bouts held here March 22, re- last Monday as the first eight MARTD; and Sergeant at Arms
the 1962 season at the Jacksonville Baseball Park. peated his KO talents in the teams of the American League -Edward Zmija of MARTD.

KC manager Hank Bauer is South Atlantic Regionals in started the Spring season IM Petzel and Bob Jones, another

enthusiastic over the prospectsof Norfolk, downing Tony Lo- softball play.Athletic member, have been in Judo for

his predominantly youthful LBOWLlNGj bato of NAAS Beeville, Tex., Director Frank Mc- the past 12 years. Wearer of the
aggregation and gets positively in the first round. Gaffrey threw out the first ball Black Belt which he obtained

poetic about his infield which Elumba is a former Jax to commence the Marines vs seven years ago, Petzel witnessedthe
features lanky Howser at the Attention, N A S personnel! Navy team-mate of middle- VA-44 game at Yorktown Field first World Judo Champion-
shortstop position. With Norm What's your bowling average? weight Jim Rosette. Both men which ended with the sailors ships in 1956 at Tokyo while he

Siebern at first base, Jerry Can you men roll a 170? How will vie for titles in the 1962 downing the leathernecks by amine was stationed in Japan. Bob

Lumpe at second, and Wayne about you officer and enlisted All-Navy fights.VA44'sLoper. to five margin. Jones, senior belt man of the

Causey at third base the A's I Waves? Can you roll a 130 Over on the Albermarle dia- club, wears a second degree

are truly a tough infield with If you can, and would like to mond, the corpsmen from the I Black Belt which he won 10
real depth and mobility. participate in the All Navy Dispensary team walloped FAE- years ago.
The Twins boasting of the Bowling Tournament scheduled There are three Belts in the
one TU, 13-6, while Supply and
most attractive pitching staffs in I for May 2-4 at Cecil Field, now FAW-11 played a close game on senior men's division of Judo,

the majors, with such outstanding is the time to practice hitting NATTU's Pitts Enterprise Field, ending with each with 10 degrees. First comes
the White Belt followed by the
veterans as Camilo Pascual that strike zone. Supply leading 14 to 11.
and Pedro Ramos, bid fair to Desiring to take part in this Go Under the lights for the first Brown and then Black.As .
plague the other nine teams in top Navy roll-off contest is not All-Navy night game at Enterprise, VP-16 for the younger set, the
the this enough, however. YOU must be club has classes for children
league during new sea- scored 14 runs to Public Works'three.
able to demonstrate your abili- John W. Loper, of VA-44, and from age six on up. Their gath-
son.The ties. James D. Pitts, of NATTU, have erings are held on Saturday
season's only exhibitiongame
Beginning at 0900, April 17- been selected to travel to Alameda mornings from 1000 to 1130 in
will start at 1330 and
mises pro- 19, at the NAS bowling alley, Calif., and participate in Bldg. 726 with both Jones and
some real fine pitching and
there will be tryouts for both the 1962 All-Navy Volleyball Petzel as their instructors. Here
hitting other than the slick field-
NAS officer and enlisted men matches scheduled to be held too, the youngsters work for
ing which is with the
guaranteed and women. The only stipulationis next week. Belts, beginning with White,
aforementioned players on the that those persons trying out Yellow, Orange, Green and Blue,
diamond. Power hitters such as Their selection was made following -
must be capable of rolling a in that order.
Jim Lemon, Harmon Killebrew, the GND matches which
12 active
there
minimum average of 170 for At present are
John Goryl, Bob Allison, Lennie and 130 for women. took place March 28-31 at Pen- {k : members in the judo club who
Green, and Gino Cimoli and a men sacola. t. ,
a.
All tenant commands, e.g., : meet on Mondays, Wednesdaysand
future star in Johnny Wojcik, squadrons, units, etc., will select Both men played in the dis- Thursdays from 1830 to
20-year-old who battled .320 last
their own bowlers to be repre- trict tourney with the NAS Jax 2030 also in Bldg. 726. Although
year with 90 RBI's.l .
sentatives in the tourney. team which returned home with their mat area is somewhat
t all piomises i a fully o1 For further details on the try- the runner-up honors followinga : RI(1: ( confined at the moment, hopesare
fine baseball to Jacksonville fans outs or the contest, please con- nip-and-tuck battle at the Y.k ,. ,. to expand it in order to ac-

who are eagerly awaiting open- tact either Jack Emch or Bob nets against Pensacola.In :1' k comodate up to 60 men at a
ing day on April 25 when their Gunter at Ext. 8675. ? + time.
own International League entry, the first of the last games In competition so far this

the Jacksonville Suns, make Bowling race tallies played, Pensacola went ahead rRvt year, Willie Jones won a first
IM
their initial start in town againstthe The following Mon- 15-12. Then, NAS Jax came back place in the Florida State Cham-
this
Syracuse Chiefs. looked like play: American with the 15-10 win. The decid- : : pionship Tournament held in
day night's ing match went into overtime, Later this
Tickets for the Athletics- Spades Aces, 24-6; Na- February. on month
-
Twins game will be put on sale League tional League Supply "A", resulting in Pensacola winningthe he will travel to Chicago and
within a few days at the ball 22-6 and Continental League 6ND title by a 14-12 mar- represent the State of Florida in

Park and at the Sun's downtown Hornets; 235.Rhymes gin. the; National AAU playoffs sche-

office at the Hotel Roosevelt and In previous matches of the duled for the 29th. ,

at the Tourist and Convention four-day tournament, NAS Jax In the same light, Petzel, R. E.
Bureau building in Hemming I or the Times: I lost to the Naval Air Basic Brown and Ed Zmija will take

Park. Training Command, 15-10, 15-6, IT'S A BIG ONE Allen part in the All-Marine Judo
eveRYrIME and defeated Naval :Mine De- Reid. EOH2 of Transportation's Championship Tourney on April
V-l Division stands beside the 12-13 Parris Island S.C.
you Do9ESt fense, 15-2, 15-0. at ,
MEETING SET APRIL 11 : WHAT 54-inch Gar which he caught "Judo is an art of both body
last week while casting near
OU CAN, and mind development", says
the NAS Fish Camp. Reid was
FOR TRACK, FIELD MEETThe you pROveA GEL-r: The ricksaw now used in the using an Abu Reflex lure fish- Petzel. "The club welcomes thoseto
'IOu ing for bass when 'lie snaggedthe learn Judo as a sport not
first organization meetingfor BETTER&: Orient was invented by a U.S. 30-pound scavenger in the persons who show a true desire
the Track and Field Meet MAN// Marine who visited with back. It took the sailor 35 minutes -
Japan
$ solely as a means of strong-arm
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.M"'JFP to land his catch the
will be held 11 at on
at 0930, April ,
the Mainside gym. I Commodore Perry in 1854. end of a 10-pound-iest line. self protection", he added.



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I 1 I,I Navy'sContinued AnnualCivilianChest--

nv'
( from Page) ; ;
take of aircraft metal +
x-rays %
w 4 X-Rays
sections by means of radiation.A t

machine called a puff camera

filled with heavy duty plastic Begin April 70

hose an inch in diameter will
Annual chest X-rays for civil-
shoot welded stainless steel
a 1 ian employees will begin April
pellet eighth of inch in
an an ;
10 in Building 101-W in the In-
diameter into the Hot Room to
dustrial Medical Branch.
take the The pellet
x-ray. con-
Tuberculosis is a disease whichcan
tains a radioactive source, iri- ,
be eradicated and the respon-
dium 192.Before V
sibility for its eradication rests
the students reenterthe
with each individual Tuber-
room, one man who has
culosis is infectious, therefore,
been designated as a moniter
its mode of transmission is from
will enter the room with a de-
the infected person to the sus-
tection device to determine the
ceptible individual.
amount of radiation remainingand
j
Tuberculosis is no respector of
if it is safe to enter. I
persons, attacking the office em-
The Atomic Energy Commission
ployee as well as the individual
will provide a licensed handlerfor
i doing arduous work. By locating
the pellets.
persons with tuberculosis, isolat-
After the taken
x-rays are ing and treating them, the chanceof
they will be developed in one
contacting the disease is ma-
of the eight darkrooms availableto

the students. These rooms ,-w.. d .... terially reduced.
X-ray findings not only helpto
have been outfitted with a refrigerating PLANNING SESSION-Officials of the Jacksonville Navy Wives Club 86 are currently firm-
find with tuberculosis
unit containing a developing ing up details for the meeting here of the group's Southeast Regional Meeting of the Navy Wive people ,
solution that is main- Clubs of America May 6.9. Ironing out final; details last week were (left to right), Mrs. Henry it also helps detect early lung
Wernet President of the local unit Mrs. Wilbert Wagner, Chairman for the meeting, and Mrs. cancer enlarged hearts and re-
tained at 68 degrees Fahren- W. F. Everoski, Co-chairman. The Jax club will host the meetina with Mayport Navy Wives veals changes in the chest cavity -
Club 201 and Cecil Field Navy Wives Club 121 acting 'as co-hosts. Final plans will be at the Re-
heit.According to LT Friend gional meeting for the forthcoming National Convention of Navy Wives Clubs to be held in Brem- ; therefore every adult
erton Wash., in October. should have a chest X-ray annUally -
Adams, school training officer
either at work or by his
the developing is much
the same as used process in a regular Local NAMTRAGRUDetachments family physician.This .
Unusual Heart Operation Is is the opportunity for
photo lab. "But", he said, "There
NAS employees who are urged to
will be no opportunity for som- Are
join their for X-rays and
group
shaw here as the solution used

for developing x-ray plates is Performed At Naval HospitalRandy bring the person next to them.

not compatable with regular pho- Given InspectionA

tographic film". AE-B School

The darkrooms will also be 14-man inspection team com- Harvey age 4, is a healtier, happier little boy

outfitted with illuminators where posed of officer, enlisted and now thanks to the efforts of the Naval Hospital Staff here.A Students Set

the students may study the x- civilian personnel, arrived hereon Navy surgeon recently performed a heart operation on

rays to determine the metal de- : Monday afternoon for a three- Randy to correct a condition known as a "patent ductus 'Open House'Dependents

fects. day administrative and material arterious". This operation is said to be the first of its kind

Until Navymen can be trained, inspection of Naval Air Main- I performed'at the Naval Hosnital.HEALTIER of Aviation Elec-

the four instructors will be from tenance Training Group Detach- Randy, the son of Robert G. trician's Mate Class "B" School

the NAS Overhaul and Repair ments based at NAS Jax. e Harvey, Jr., AO2, of Naval Air students at the Naval Air Tech-

Technical Training Unit's AO nical Training Unit will get a
Department. They are Bernard I Tuesday was utilized for orien-
School had a congenital heart chance to learn something of the
Boisvert metalur-
supervising tation purposes in familiarizing
defect. To the untrained observer and responsibilities of
training
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gist; John Repp, Bethel Johnson, I the inspection party from NAM-
and Ralph Foster. The senior .TRAGRU headquarters in Mem- he appeared as completely the AE-B student at an "open
k<:: well. The heart murmer had house" set for April 6.
instructor will be ?:
military Joseph phis, Tenn., with the Station.
Kordek AMCS. been observed at birth. The open house will begin at
Following the inspection a critique
The instructional The youngster was not ableto King Hall where Captain H. D.
complete ma- was held, and then a per-
keep with his playmates, Allen, NATU Commanding Of-
terials the up
were prepared by sonnel inspection of the detach-
O&R Instructors. ments. because of the persistent open- ficer, and LCDR C. L. Haverty,

Subjects to be covered in the Lra ing between the high-pressure AE-B School Training Officer

eight week course include: Heading the inspection party : ;a sSfy arterial system to the body and I will welcome the guests.

theory of radiation, safety hazards was Commander S. E. Storey, : the low-pressure system to the Guests will then split into

techniques of exposure, NAMTRAGRU Executive Officer, lungs much of the blood destinedfor groups for a guided tour which

practical exposure problems with who was assisted by CDR K. B. nourishment of the body will include lectures and moviesof

aircraft, techniques of developing Lake, East Coast Regional Representative : Cdri H"i3lz was passing instead through the school working spaces.

and proper interpretationand ; Lieutenant Commander 1 lungs. Arrangements are being made

analyze of photographic re- I W. E. Haney Assistant Thus Randy was deprived of I to care. for children at the Navy

sults. Director of Training; LCDR J. G. needed nourishment and his Wives Nursery, a block from the

Clifford, Administrative Personnel weight fell to 32 pounds. This school, while the parents enjoy

Station Officer; LT W. D. Yates, rA condition could also flood the the tour.

Avionics Support Officer; F. ;: lungs with too much blood and Refreshments will be served

(Continued from Page 1)) 'Starck, Educational Consultant; resulting in frequent colds.In following the tour.

books and pictures. An exhibitof H. L. Davis, Modifications; A. L. February, Randy's parents'

Civil War pictures with com- DeWalt, AMHC; P. S: Drum- were advised that the time had I I

ments by Howard P. Wright, mond, AOC; M. R. Gore, AMSC; come for heart surgery. It was FLEET RESERVE

genealogist at Jacksonville Pub- C. H. Baggarley, AOCM; J. B. FUTURE-Four- a hard decision for the parentsto

lic Library, will be on Sunday, Shanklin, AMCM; E. D. Norwood, year-old Randy Harvey, ton of make when the boy appearedin ASSOCIATION
April 8, from 1500 to 1700, at the Robert G. Harvey Jr.. A02, of "Loyalty' Protection and Ser-
AKC; SSGT R. E. Sales, and I. NATTU's AO School now hasa good health but they knew
Mainside Library, and again on Smith, PN2. healthier future in eight now that the immediate danger of vice," are only words to many

Saturday, April 14 from 1500 fo as he recovers from recent surgery was far less than the but not to members of the Fleet

The party was scheduled to heart surgery performed hereat ultimate danger from the heart Reserve Association.To .

1700.Wright is the last living son leave the Station at 1300 todayfor the Naval Hospital. The defect.So FRA members it is their
be the
operation reported to
of a Confederate general and has return to their headquarters.Spain promise of loyalty, protectionand
first of its kind here, has cor- Randy was admitted to the
collected Confederate items suchas rected a heart defect. service to the United States,
Naval March 19 and
Hospital
bullets, bills, and letters his on April 11 from 1830 to on the U. S. Navy and to one another -
two days later he was taken to
1930 VA-44 will provide slides
father received from Jefferson ; The members, continuallystress
Davis, President of the Confed- talks and souvenires of foreign elude material that shaped the the operating room for repair of Americanism, performmany

erate States of America, General ''ands visited on April 12, 1830to Western world. A section on the defect. He was dischargedhome splendid accomplishmentsfor
1930 and VAP-62 will also and travel will also on March 29, well and
U. S. Grant and General Stone- ; space space all enlisted personnel of the

wall Jackson, besides many present a similar program on be an added attraction.Mrs. healthy. Navy and Marine Corps and
April 13 from 0830 to 2100 all
others., at Margaret H. Clees is the greatly help to "maintain ade-

Brigadier General Marcus J. the Mainside Library. Librarian at Mainside Libraryand I :RhytnQSZ of the T ass I quate defense for our beloved

Wright, who commanded The NATTU Library will hosta is assisted by two other women country," as stated in the FRA

,"Wright's Brigade," Army of "people-to-people" type program and a page; Miss Iona M. WHAT OUR &!I preamble.

Tennessee, C.S.A., was the famous this Tuesday and Thursday Nelson and one assistant manage COUNTRY Why not find out more about

father of the commentator. evenings with officer and enlisted the NATTU Library, and Mrs. DOES ') this organization? Call Yukon

The NAS Library will also personnel commenting on their Janet F. Ruge is in charge of the OR POESNT Branch 126 President Walter H.

feature "Around The World With tours of duty overseas. Times of Naval Hospital Library and is --0'. D0 Johnson at NAS Ext. 8472 or

Squadron VFP-62 In Photographs the program will be announcedin assisted by the Gray Ladies and A EXTENT GREAT EVergreen 4-6635. Better yet .

," on April 8, 9 and 10 the Plan of the Day patients there. It is through their DEPENDS a fine meeting place would be

from 1300 to 2100. VF-11 will The Naval Hospital Library will efforts that the varied programs ON you at the Branch spaghetti supperon

present color slides of bull display new books on "MouldersOf have been arranged for NAS per- April 7 at the Riverside

fighting and other pictures oft The Modern Mind," which in- .sonnel during Library week. Lion's Club, 1240 South McDuff.






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