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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 31, 1962
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: = Navy Relief Drawing Is






Jf1X _Set Wednesday June 6Less



than a week remains before some $10,000 in

Vol. 20 No. 9 U.S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 31 May 1962 prizes will be given away to contributors. to the<< 1962. Navy
Keller society Fund Drive. The

asS prizes, including a Ford Galaxie

LT L Goldner Of VP-18 Was S -g-- 4F5'r will convertible go to and lucky a Corvair donors Monza at a,

drawing ceremony set for June 6
at 1400 at the Bandshell at NAS

First To Sight AstronautCrew Jax.All those who have contri-

..
number Six of Patrol Squadron 18 returned to ted to the Navy Relief drive are

NAS last Friday and found a heart-felt warm welcome ,F tiD eligible to win one of the many
waiting for them. prir es. Prizes will be drawn in

This was the crew which made the initial sighting of crder of monetary value. Winners

Aurora 7 and Astronaut M. Scott Carpenter after nearly who are present at the drawingwill
three-quarters of an hour had- be able to claim their prizeat
passed without the nation and which tried guessing their"Line". that time upon proper identi-
world knowing if the second U. Emcee John Daley had the crew, : fication and presentation of cor-

S. spaceman to orbit the earth sitting in the audience, take a r responding stub. Contributors and
had safely landed.LT bow and exclaimed how gratifiedthe holders of donation tickets need
nation was for having such not be present to win. Winnersnot

Robert R. Goldner of high caliber men in our Naval ', .. present can claim their pri-

Cresskill, N.J., the plane co-pilot, Air Force.RADM. zes later.
was the first man to sight the Representatives from all participating -
capsule after D. L. Van Brock- commands have been

Jin, AT3, had picked up an elec- Kuehl Will invited to participate in the prize -

tronic signal from the space craft i drawing ceremony.For .

which landed some 200 miles End ThreeDayVisit over a month now, an
down-range from the expected appeal has gone out to all hands

impact area. of activities at NAS Jax, NAS
TomorrowRear Cecil Field, Naval Station May-
Other crew members of the
port, Naval Station Green Cove
P2V antisubmarine aircraft Admiral Howard F.
Springs, NAS Sanford and NAS
during the flight were LT Jimmy Kuehl, Commanding Officer of
: Ga. for
Glynco, donations to
E. Hickman, pilot; LTJG JohnC. the Aviation Supply Office, arrived the Relief
Navy Society. The
Cain Jr., third pilot; LTJG here at NAS Jax on Tues-
Society is the
Navy's own organization -
David C. Evans, navigator; F. W. day, May 29, for a three-day vis- established
to take
Dibrow, ADR1, plane captain; J. it. +
of its
and Marine
N.SMY/A''Gyn:4ti.C MSK4A: nNt.piv. case own Navy
E. Blythe Jr., AN, second me- His visit here is part of a ser- 'WELCOME HOME DADDY'-An overwhelming show of Corps families in distress.
chanic; J. L. Riley, AT3, second ies of visits to Naval Aviation love and admiration is given LT Robert R. Goldner by his four By contributing to Navy Relief
technician; C. V. Baji, AE3, third I children as he stepped from his VP-18 aircraft last Friday here
technician; J. A. Robinson, A03, activities since having recently following his return from participation in the Project Mercury personnel not only help the
ordnanceman/ B. N Crowe relieved RADM Joseph M. Lyleas space shot. LT Goldner was the first to sight the capsule and Society reach its goal of $35,000,
Aviation Supply Officer. astronaut LCDR M. Scott Carpenter. Names of the happy but are also offered a chance to
PHC, photographer.At left to ), Susan 5 Michelle, 18 months
RADM Kuehl has completed a youngsters are ( right ; ; claim $10,000 worth of prizes.
Robert. 4, and Kevin. 2. In the background are other membersof
VP-18's hanger to welcomethe tour of West Coast activities and the plane crew including: (left to right), LT J. E. Hickman, Donations are 50 cents and each
crew were CAPT G. J. Frau- Reserve Training activities. the pilot CDR R.- F. Lyons, VP.18 Commanding Officer who donation increases the opportunIty -
enheim, Commander Fleet Air returned here with the crew from Puerto Rico LTJG D. C. of claiming prizes.
Prior to assuming his present Evans, and LTJG J. C. Cain Jr. The
giving of
Wing 11, RADM Joseph M. Carson away prizes,
Commander Fleet Air Jax, command, RADM Kuehl servedon the campaign committee explains,
the Staff of the Chief of Naval is designed to stimulate interest
and numerous friends and rela-
tives. The Jax Navy" Band was Operations. LCDR LaCroix Given SecNav in the drive and donations may

also on hand, as were local radio RADM Kuehl is scheduled to be made and will be accepted
and TV representatives. end his visit here today. without exchange 0 f tickets

Project VP-18 Mercury has participated Program in since the Award For Lecture ToursLieutenant should the donor so desire.


its inception in 1959. NATTU HonormenSGT
Commander James R. LaCroix has been pre-
Early Saturday, the crew of sented the Secretary of the Navy's Commendation for out- Election Day For
R. J. Marcel AE-A School-
,
the P2V was flown to N.Y as 83.40. standing achievement by Rear Admiral David M. Tyree,
special guests on Sunday evening's Commander of the U. S. Naval Support Force, Antartica.
"What's My Line" televis- F. Flores Jr., AE2 AE-B School- Civilian EmployeesSet
ion program. Hickman and Gold- 85.49. I The commendation cited LCDR year's Deep Freeze operations.It .

ner, representing the crew, were PV D. C. Leppert, AO-A School- LaCroix for presenting 91 nine- was learned last week that For June 7
successful in stumping the panel 80.49. ty-minute lectures about Opera- Rear Admiral James R. Reedy,
tion Deep Freeze to school, former commanding officer of
church, professional, civic and NAS Jax and now Commander During the past two weeks, civilian i-

scout groups in the states of Flo- Carrier Division 20, will be the : employees have been nom-
candidates for Employee'sCouncils
rid i a, Georgia, Massachusetts, new Commander of Naval Sup- inating
fi. Rhode Island and Kansas. All of port Force in the Antarctic in Civilian Employee Food

his lectures were given from the fall, relieving Admiral Ty- Services Board, Civilian Employes' -
Recreation and Welfare
January 1960 to June 1961 on his ree. It was Admiral Reedy who ;
and the Board of
own free time and expense and first commended LaCroix for his Association
were supplemented by color mo- public presentations while La- Trustees of the Employees' Mu-

.;, tion pictures which he had taken Croix was attached to the Radar tual Death Benefit Society.
while in the Antarctic.In Air Traffic Control Center here. The names of the nominees
k Zf have been prominently displayed
part, the citation read: on bulletin boards throughout the

"Through his outstanding and areas in which they are to serve
skillful presentation of these lec- Navy-WideExam and employees will ballot en
.i7 tures, LCDR LaCroix has been June 7 to determine which of

greatly instrumental in promot- Dates the nominees will be elected to
ing good will and understandingof Moved'UpThe serve on these various boards
the Navy's missions and accomplishments
the coming
dates for Navy-wide throughout year.
exa-
in the Antarctic.
minations have been moved In some areas there were no
At present, LCDR LaCroix is up from the usual' August nominees for the Employees'
w in charge of Detachment Four of dates and tests will commenceon Council; therefore, an Employees'
Operation Deep Freeze here at Council election will not be held
July 31, says Navy Times.:
'DEEP FREEZE' LECTURER HONORED-LCDR James R. NAS Jax. The detachment a Aspirants for pay grade E-8 in those areas. The areas will,
LaCroix (left), is presented the Secretary of the Navy's Com Ground Controlled Approach un- end E-9 will be however, ballot for candidates TOsrrvE'
mendation for outstanding achievement by RADM David M. it, controls all U. S. air trafficin tested July on the other boards.
Tyree. Commander of the U. S. Naval Support Force: Antarc 31; E-6, August 2; E-5, Au-
tica. The commendation was given him in appreciation for his and out of Antarctica as wellas gust 7 and E4, August 9. Employees are urged to study
presentation of 91 90-minule lectures to school, church pro. inland traffic. LCDR La- The move was made to the list of candidates which have
fessional, civic and scout groups In Florida Georgia. Massachusetts Croix and the GCA team are per- bten posted and vote for those
Island and Kansas. LCDR LaCroix is presently in mit all tests to be completedby
Rhode
here at NAS undergoing a train- they feel best qualified to repre-
.
charge of Detachment Four of Operation Deep Freeze undergoing August 9. II
training here at NAS Jax. ing program preparatory to next sent them. .

F.

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31 May 1962Jfl
2 lAX AIR NEWS




t ,{ ui6 l Liberty vs CommunismJ




CAPT J. R. Compton NAS, Jackson Commanding Offtcr (Editor's Note: This Is the third In series of articles

CDR Weh.r J. Schub Executive Officer taken from "Ideas In Conflict Liberty and Communism

PINt, Air Jacksonville NAB 6ND following DOD Pamphlet 3.11 published by the Directorate for Armed
RADM Joseph M. Ctrton Commander (Editor's Note: The Information and Education. DOD.)
CAPT Vincent Ceey Chief of Staff letter was brought to the Jax Forces

Flaat, Air Wing Elavan Air News Office personally by Most doctrines of individualism admit that some com-
CAPT Gilbert J. Freuenhelro Commander
CAl T Andrew H. COWlrt Chief Stiff Officer Mr. Stewart, a recently retired pulsion by the state is necessary in order to preserve the

Naval Air Technical) Training Unit Navy AMSC who, along with his rights of one individual against trespass by more aggressive

CAPT Hart.eI) D. Alien CommandIng Officer wife, thought this would be the individuals. The state is thus the protector of the individualBut.

CDR Eugene! F. Verdery __Executive Officer method to use in thankingthe with which
Naval Hospital best bv means of the same power the state

CAPT J. M. Manner Commending Officer Navy and the numerous per- shields the individual, it may It again and--
CAPT Stephen H. Tollns. Executive Officer sons who have been so kind to also oppress him. appears agau

Naval Air Reaerv. Training Unit them on behalf of their son Char- By definition the state is a throughout the history of civilization

CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. Commanding Officer les, who suffers from hemophilia. of people occupying from the Greek city-
COR William M. Miller Executive Officer largo group states to the U.S. Republic.In .
Printed commerlcally! with norfepproprlated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at .) definite territory, organized ender
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS Pas Rev. July "We would like to express our a government, and possessing some areas of modern life

1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air sincerest thanks to the many per- sovereignty and independen. the boundary line is easily de

Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, fleet Air Wing sons who have donated blood for of fined. Free speech permits a
Government is the organ per
II, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hospital.CDR .
Alex N. Mclnnts, Jr. Service Information Officer our son Charles during the past he state for social control. Sovereignty son to freely express his opinion

Andrew H. Planey _________ Assistant Service Information Officer weeks. is the power of the stale about anyone or anything. But!
News Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb Staff-Mae Spencer J01 Mare Whetstone, "People don't know how pre- 10 enforce its will within the this freedom cannot be permitted
JO1 Robert Dodds
; SA. cious a pint of blood can be until to extend to the utterance of
The will of ma
of the state.
Member borders
of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern .and International
Councils of Industrial! Editors. they need it. he state is expressed in law. licious and false statements thai

The Jag Air News I I. a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material "During the past 13 years your All of these definitions indi- seriously injure innocent per

appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs blood has kept our son alive and the of the stateis sons. To safe-guard the rights oj:
cate that
power
unless
otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs.
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone we are eternally grateful. Thanksto vast. Nevertheless, in a mod- all citizens, American as well at;

extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. you, he is going home again. ern democracy the governmentis British law has for centime:

"There are others who deserves bound by constitutional or provided a remedy and damage;

much thanks and praise, the fundamental' law ratified by the for injured citizens in the court;

pediatric staff at the Hospital, by means of libel suits.
their popularly elected
people or
Naval Courtesies Customs Are
the doctors the
nurses, corps-
representatives. Ordinary laws or In 1919 the Supreme Court it
and the maids.
men, corpswaves
statuts are enacted by legisla- the Schenck case, upheld the
They have the heartbreaking and
tives. Ordinary laws or statutesare conviction of a person who hac
laborious task of caring for our
enacted by legislatures chosen attempted, by speeches am
children when they are sick and
Clarified For NAS EmployeesNaval they do a wonderful job. Theyare by the people. It is the peo- pamphlets, to obstruct the re
ple who in the final analysis cruitment of men for the Armec<
conscientious, efficient and,
control the reins of government.The Forces of the United States dur
as important, sympathetic and
contains the First World War.
Constitution
U. S. ing
activities often have the privilege of being hostto understanding.
a Bill of Rights guaranteeing the The unanimous opinIon' of th
dignitaries such as the President of the United States "Thanks again to all.
you rights of individuals. All of these Court, read by Justice Holmesan
Cabinet Members, Members of Congress, and other officials. SincerelyMr.
in the interest of outstanding defender of fre
safeguards are
Not to infrequently heads of foreign governments, ministersor & Mrs. N. H.Stewart"
other digintarles are visitors. Also commissioning of ships, the individual. Nevertheless, thereIs speech, employed a new yard

the transfer of ships to foreign nations, and similar events wide divergence of opinion as stick for measuring the limita

all add up to many ceremonial occasions at naval activities. to the extent that government, tlons on this freedom. In eac
Up The within its constitutional limita- case, the test must be "whethe

tions, should curtail the liberties the words used are used in sue]
Navy and Marine Corps civilian employees frequently attend
and participate in these events. We have recently learned that a of individuals in the interest of circumstancs and are of such

number of our employees are not too sure of the type of courtesyand all the people or society as a nature as to create a clear an
deference to show to the Flag and Anthem of our Nation, to I..T whole. present danger."

those these of foreign courtesies states, and to the visiting dignitaries. To be awareof : Where is the dividing line between This was the origin of tl
and thereby more properly participate in the
ceremonies the following guidelines, based on Public Law 829, Navy The following 13 NAS Jax the liberty of the citizen well-known "Clear and preser
Regulations and Customs are offered: and the supreme authority of danger" doctrine that has bee

civilian employees have been the state? This conflict is one of generally followed by the Sn
promoted in accordance with theStation's
The National Flag When the Stars and Stripes is passing in the oldest problems of mankind. preme Court.at .
Merit Promotion Pro-
parade, men with headdress stand, remove their hat with the right .." ......,m..M ..,.., Y"--'
hand, place hat in front of the left shoulder, the hand being over gram. ':. 'J': ';':
the heart. Women and without headdress the hand
men place right Promoted at Overhaul and Re- ...
over the heart. The position of respect is given at the moment of .:
pair Department was Fred J. "
passing. When the National Flag is being hoisted and lowered, the J l' ,01"; %.2
position is held during the entire period. Minor Jr., from Engineering .. II '
(
Il
Draftsman, General, GS-6 to lie' -J. 2

Morning and Evening Colors The ceremonies hoisting and Electrical Engineering Technician, .
lowering of the National Flag deserves special attention since GS-7. .;:. ., ., 9
civilian employees will encounter these ceremonies each day at all Public Works Department > > 4. ;) ( .,? t U
naval installations. The signal for morning "colors" here at NAS pro- ; \:;
Jax are signalled by a blast of the power plant whistle at 0800. On motee was Viola W. Higginbo- ) .11 1 ]12 f3 ] 11;16]
the all vehicular and tham, Clerk-Typist GS-3 to
hearing signal, pedestrian traffic, not under Mail
cover, both military and civilian, should halt and pay appropriate and File Clerk, GS-4. ( 21 22 23:
respect. Civilian employees who are in the open within sight or r ( x. 18 t9 20 .
hearing of the ceremony should come to attention and face the flag. Promoted at the Supply De- I .'
; : ()
Men with headdress, remove their hat with the right hand, place partment were Ernest D. Robinson ., ii 25 26. 27 ,28. 29 :3
the hat against the left shoulder so that the right hand is over the Stock Control Clerk, GS2to

heart. Women and men without headdress salute by placing their same, GS-3; and John H. Sea-
right hand over their heart.. Persons indoors pause silently. Vehi-
cles within sight or hearing of the ceremony shall stop. Drivers ger, Stockman to Supply Item

end passengers_ remain seated at attention. These marks of respectare Identifier, General, GS-5. '0. ..-,
held until "carry on" is signalled by the power plant whistle Employees promoted at the t.
55 seconds later. When the National Anthem is played, rules gov- .. 1
erning the playing of the Anthem with display of the flag are fol- Comptroller Department were: \
lowed. Mary J. Dukes, Matilda H. Hor-

ner, Gwynndolin F. Jensen and

National Anthem When the "Star Spangled Banner" is played, Virginia W. Wiggins, all from 7 kft:
and the flag is not displayed, all persons in civilian dress face toward Accounts Maintenance Clerk, GS- 4

the music and stand at attention. Men remove headdress, ij 4 to Accounting Technician, GS- ,f.h,," .. ; ..
When the is \ ,:::; n.
worn. flag displayed, all persons face toward the flag in- ).
stead of the music. Men in civilian dress remove headdress with 5; Marjorie W. Mattingley, Ac- '''.ij<:l'Mi l uo'i. .I. <,!

right hand holding it at the left shoulder, the hand being over the counts Maintenance Supervisor, t ';,:tY-j,.
heart. Men without headdress and women, with or without head- GS-5 to Supervisor Accounting ;",,1.' :" ;{ ,)"} .

dressi place the right hand over the heart. This position of respect Technician, GS-6, and 1Yl ??:',:, .:
'
C.
*
Mary '}" '
:
d from the first note of the music until the last. The cour- '<'<:: 1.1;:, .
tesy is applicable to both outdoor and indoor ceremonies. Stewart, Secretary, Stenography, Ol$,1'At. ; GS-4 to same, GS-5. 8.i;'i),:' "
; } 1
National Anthem of a Foreign Country When the National Promoted in the miscellaneousgroups ;, t\*..
Anthem of any foreign country formally recognized by the United were: Mary J. Strickland, \i'.m'ti
States is played, the marks of respect are for men to remove head- ',.s..... 't. ,
Clerk-Stenographer <
GS-4 '
dress and both and to stand O&Rto fvY ))1; 1 !,
men women at attention and face toward o,) fr L '
the music. (The hand is not placed over the heart as pre- Secretary, Stenography, GS-5, ( 4.lPag. <'\ :1F"
scribed for the "Star Spangled Banner"). Service Information Office, MerleM.
?
t a.pyiZ f..oJ +t
Graham dN wa a+
Clerk-Typist, GS-3,
Visiting Dignitaries The rules of common courtesy and soc- DSSO to same, GS-4, DSSO, and
ially accepted etiquette govern. Civilian employees should show the Francis L. Callendar, Position JUNE 6 IS THE BIG DAY Reminding everyone that
same consideration to a visiting dignitary as they would to guests Classification Specialist GS-11 $10,000 JSth.of PrUe will be given away on June 6 at 1400
in their own home. When a guest arrives or enters one stands and at the NAS Jax bandshell to contributors to the Navy Relief
greets him. The same mark of respect is observed at departure. Area Wage & Classification Of- Drive, is 18-year-old Mikki Jamison. One of the most fetchingdecorations

When one is addressed individually or collectively, a correct atten- fice to Classification and Wage seen on the "77 Sunset Strip" TV series, Mikw
tive and respectful attitude is shown. Specialist, GS-12, AW&CO. says "Fellas' yu've sot a little less than, a week to get your
donation ticket in the pot"






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NAS 'Plank-Owner' Garth Is Station Traffic ComFairJax Chief Receives




Retired On 31 Years ServiceAnother Violation following is RecordThe a report of SecNav Commendation AwardJohn


motor vehicle accidents and

NAS Jax "plank-owner" leaves the scene today. traffic violations for the per- N Garbarini, an aviation ordnanceman chief attached -

Robert M. Garth, Director of the Planning Division of iod May 20-26: to the Staff, Commander Fleet Air, Jacksonville, hereat

the Public Works Department here retires today after 31 NAS Jax, has been presented the Secretary of the Navy's

years of government service. He has been employed. at NAS NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis Commendation for Achievement Award for an innovation

Jax since September 1940, one month before the Station was week through May 26 7 which represents a savings of more than $50 million for the

commissioned. Total this year ......... ... .100 American taxpayers. .
Total through May 1961 ..91 Garbarini was presented the
A luncheon was held in his award by Rear Admiral JosephM. ceived by Chief Garbarini backin

honor in the Smith Room of the NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE Carson, ComFairJaxComNabSix 1959 when he was with VA-

Civilian Cafeteria last Wednes- LAST INJURY IN MOTOR in the presence of his former 34, the first operational Navy

day, at which time he was pre- VEHICLE ACCIDENT ,13 shipmates of Attack Squadron squadron to be equipped with

sented a "plank-owner" plaque. \ 34 at NAS Cecil Field on Tues- the Bullpup air-to-surface miss-
NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis
to work for ;_ day during a joint change of ile. The missile itself was said
first
Garth went week ............. ..40 command ceremony there. to have presented no problem,

the federal government in Aug- Speeding ............................. .....6 The award was given Gar- but reconfigurating the plane to

ust 1931 as associate engineer in Running 'Stop Sign .... .........1 barini for designing an adapterfor carry it was a lengthy, difficult

the Navy's Bureau of Yards and Others ......,...........................33 the Bullpup missile which and costly task.
Docks. The following he
year the Bureau of Naval Weapons So, looking for a simpler, less
transferred to Pearl Harbor as
Forty-four drivers appeared
tested, evaluated and acceptedfor expensive way, Garbarini came
electrical engineer. In September before the Traffic
Hearing use. BuWeps has let a con- up with the adapter to mate themiuile's
1940 he transferred to NAS Jax Board at the meeting held on mechanismwith
tract to procure a production launching
where he has served since 28 with
sen- of
as
May disposition
engineered version of the adap- existing bomb racks on the
ior electrical engineer directorof follows Five lost
cases as :
ter and soon the entire Fleet and : planes.
and director of driving and parking
engineering privileges
I
the Air Force will be equippedwith From
a monetary standpoint,
the planning division at Public aboard the Station, 10 were
it.The his invention cost fifteen times
Works.He assigned to remedial driving
adapter idea was con- less than the rigging that was
courses, 22 received suspended
received his engineering penalties, 14 received warn- being used. It also cut mounting
::::"*>>"''''''''''':'-:4''W'W'; :''' '''>>'''<''':''': '
degree from the University of ings, two were dismissed and '. ; 1 end unloading time by an hour

Tennessee in 1922 and has post one was referred to commanding ; and a quarter and, when in

graduate credits from three oth- officer for possible dis- 1 place, left room on the racks for
.r'
er colleges. He holds Registered ciplinary action.REAR.END either conventional or nuclear
Consulting Engineering licenses CARRIER RECORD?-CDR weapons to be loaded simul-
Mitchell C. Griffin (left). Com-
with the National Board and manding Officer of Jax-based COLLISIONS taneously, an advantage not then

with the State of Florida.Garth's VA-44, is congratulated by Rear-end collisions often oc- t available.The .
CAPT James H. Armstrong.
only question then was
cur when the vehicle ahead
departure leaves only Commanding Officer of the
11 civilian employee "plank own- USS Antietam at a brief cake. slows down or stops suddenly. did it work while a plane was
to Avoid such being catapulted in the air or
ers" still at NAS Jax. cutting ceremony commemorate accidents by observing ,< .. .
the 109.000th arrested these simple precau- landing. The idea was presentedto
landing aboard the carrier tions LCDR Tom Beall, ComFairJax -
which is believed to be 'the : 1. Stay alert and keep
first carrier to reach that mark. your eyes on the traffic ahead; Staff Ordnance Officer, who

Fire Water 2. Keep a distance of at least pursued its potentialities from

one vehicle length for each the discussion stage to the draw-

10 miles of speed between ing board and finally into a
Two Reserve Patrol
Problems Due your vehicle and the one in SUPPLY PERSONALITY working model.

front; 3. Increase this follow- Selected as the May Supply Passing ground and flight tests

Squadrons To Train ing distance on wet, snowy or Personality is by Mrs.the Supply Doris Kas-Department by ComFairJax, the adapter was

To DroughtAll icy roadways. This is vitally nias a stock control clerk in submitted to BuWeps for further

important when approaching the Receipt Control Branch. test and evaluation which were

Here This Summer intersections; 4. Remember Control Division. CAPT J. D. conducted at the Naval Air Test
NAS personnel, both Sullivan Supply Officer, con '
that
unexpected conditionsmay Center, Patuxent River, Md., with
militarv and civilian are reminded tulated and praised her for dis.
force the driver ahead to excellent results, winning the
that due to the prolonged Two Naval Reserve patrol playing a great capacity for
from Willow stop suddenly; 5. Make freq- work without sacrificing the award for Garbarini.
NAS Jax and squadrons one
drought, uent use of rear-view meticulous attention to derail
your
Grove, Pa., and the other from Only 85 persons of both the
surrounding areas are parti- mirror to check the which characterizes her work.
on
up ve-
cularly vulnerable to extre- Atlanta, Ga., are scheduled to hicle behind If Navy and Marine Corps have
the driver
train here with Jax-based squad- you. received this award since its

mely and bad woods and fastspreadinggrass fires. rons in July and August, accord- him follows 6.you to closely, let Former Wave inception. It is the twelfth most
pass; Always give
ing to information released by proper senior decoration in the Navy,

All are cautioned not to throw the Commander, Fleet Air Wing hand' signals before slowing being immediately senior to the

cigarette and cigar butts, or Eleven. down, turning, or stopping, Wins Praise Purple Heart.Ferguson.
matches from vehicles. Pull the and, 7. Always avoid sudden

them While the reserve squadronsare stops-slow down gradually.Classified .
butts apart and stamp on
based here they will be un-
the ground to be sure they are With SupplyMrs.
cut and break matches in half der the operational control of: WinnerOf
ComFairWing Eleven.
before discarding. ; Doris Kasnias, Stock Con-

"NO SMOKING" signs Patrol Squadron 934, com- : trol Clerk in the Receipt Con- Leadership

Special in wooded manded by LCDR Chuck Lubar, <<,. ,- ''" ". '' trol Branch, Control Division, of
have been posted many
will train with VP-5 during the the Supply Department has been
of the Station as an
areas period July 8-21 with its 31 officers FOR SALE
hands selected) as the May Supply Per- Honorman PlaqueThe
and all
lidded precaution and 111 enlisted men fly- Kouie-3 bdrm, 2 bath, fen yrd, $500. sonality.She .
are urged to obey them. down, $82 per mo.; Cress EV 8-6275.
the five P2V's
ing squadron's
on Normandy Village-3 bdrm, 1 bath, was congratulated by "Honorman" plaque for the
Lack of water is also becominga regular antisubmarine warfare fen yrd, G. I. equity EV 9-4087 CAPT John D. Sullivan, Supply first 1962 class in the Naval Air

problem and all hands are patrols. Ortega Hills-3 bdrm, play rm, 2 bath, Officer, and given a model of an Technical Training Unit's Lead-

asked to use care in watering Patrol Squadron 672 from NAS fiarrge NormAndy, patio Village-3 EV 71492.bdrm, \\Vl bath, F9F-8T Grumman jet. ership Training program was

lawns and other grassed areas so Atlanta will be hosted by VP- V.A. Loan $78.75 per mOl EV 4-5457. Mrs. Kasnias's citation said I awarded to Everett L. Ferguson,

as not to needlessly waste it. 18 during its stay here August Ortega Hilli-3 bdrm, panld porch & that she had displayed a great' AK3, during graduation ceremon-

One inch of water per weekis 5-18. It is expected to have some EV Ir, 74819.fen yrd, $1100 buys a $2000 eq capacity for work without sac- ies on May 25.

said to be all that is neededto 24 officers and 80 enlisted men rificing the meticulous attentionto
keep grass in good conditionand training with its three P2Vs. FOR RENT detail which characterizes her First in a class of 27, Ferguson
used in excess of that 1 bdrm kitchenette, $35.00. EV 8-4235.. completed the two-week course
any work. "She has performed her
Unfurn Home-2 bdrm, llv '
rm largekit. with 84.27
is wasted. As a rule-of-thumb, wood fl; 771-0739. own duties, as well as other assigned an percent average,
it can be assumed that about one Woodstock Park-1 bdrm, furn apt, duties during peak work- amassing a total of 1264.1 of a

inch coverage can be obtainedby MARINE WIVES MEET JUNE 6 elec kit, adults only EV 8-2402. load periods, in a highly effici- possible 1500.
Orange Park-2 bdrm, furn apt
sprinkling for a two-hour The Enlisted Marine Wives Club CO 4-4151. ; ent manner," continued the cita- The two week course included

period.: will hold its regular monthly THIS 'N' THAT tion.The study on Management, the Uni-
'
When practicable to do so, the business meeting on Monday Ride Wanted-Lake Shore to O&R, Supply Personality served form Code of Military Justiec
of each NAS, 0700.1530 Reeder; EV 9-5425. as a Wave from January 1943 Drill and Command, Effective
full two-hour sprinkling June 4, at 2000 in Bldg. 572.
Ride Wanted-Atlantlc &
Univ. Blvd. until July 1944. A native Florid- Speech, Naval Justice, and Com-
area should be done on a one- Unlimited" to IATTU, 0715-1555; call Suther, Ext.
A film titled "Decorating -
time-a-week! basis rather than 8262. ian, she began her civil service munism.
for on interior decoratingwill career in June 1959 as a clerk

over shorter several periods days. on Sprinkling successive be shown during the meet- Pat: "Mike, do you think you'll stenographer, in the disposal di- Some people have read so much

days does not give the soaking ing.All ever get all the dirt back in?" vision. In October of 1959 she about the bad effects of drink-

effect required to support the enlisted Marine wives axe Mike: "I guess not. I haven't transferred to her present posi- ing they've decided to give up

best root growth. invited. and urged to attend. dug the hole deep enough." tion in the control division. reading.I .



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Uniform Items Due For



Price Raise In JulyPrices


on uniform items for both men and women are

"' << / set for a hike on July 1. The highest raise expected, it is
'n. -;. ( reported, is $2.75 on the Waves' blue serge uniform, while

the smallest raise will be a nickel on some items.
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,; : The biggest jump in men's
t01J items will be a $1.90 in the
> !
,
price of the peacoat followedby

,.: /:...... :::::.,..,:;,:,:'.;...;:.:;.:.,:..: If Ya' a $1.35 increase in the pricesof

fr' '. :" shoes; a nickel increase for
socks; a 25-cent increase on
Ask UsThe
l. white cotton trousers, and a
raise of 85 cents on the price of
'. .:.... :.:: :.:: i Navy Comptroller's Office blue wool trousers.
: :< will begin a test in Julyof
The new price list will also
the feasibility of setting include a few reductions but not
'' '. j paydays for every-other-
!!fI'.Jl' up
enough to compensate for the
*:'fJjJtmSw
Friday. The new payday system -
increases it was said. Biggest reduction -
...:<......: : :<<..-WM.<->"......___IjO, ...... would eliminate the possibility 70 cents, was made in
RETIRES AFTER 33-YEARS After 33-yean combined of Navy and Marine the price of women's dress oxfords -
military and civilian government service, more than 21 of which Corps personnel having to
were served here at NAS Jax, John Nasal, (center), Material stretch their while prices were cut from
Division Superintendent, Production Planning Group, O&R Department pay over as eight cents to 55 cents on nine
has been officially retired. Making it official on Wed rr many as three weekends. ether items.
nesday of last week in his office at O&R is C. E. Field (right), What do you think of the The only price cuts for men's
Production Planning Superintendent, and CDR P. A. Quarles, idea?
Production Planning Officer. With the formalities over. Nazal "It would items were a 20-cent reductionin
left his duties there, going into a leave status until the actual sure the cost of the white undress
effective date of his retirement which. is July 31. Nazal was Thursday May 31 '' v : be a good idea jumpers and 15-cent decreases in
among the first civilian employees to begin work at O&R, for the lower
two kinds of neckties and in cot
transferring there from NAS Mobile Ala., in November 1940. Mainside-Pinnochio, 1900 only. pay grades. The
NATTUnit-Devils Harpin, 1900 ton khaki work trousers.
only. higher grades Waves' prices will go up in
PVT Olander Sets
RADM I don't think it
Kirkpatrick several items. Blue
Hospital-Brush Fire, 1900 only. '!k.' 'q makes much dif- serge slacks,
up $2.15; cotton beige stockings,
Friday June 1 "
Record .For MAD Named New Head Mainside-Marriage Go Round, \Yff''.' ference. The up 35 cents a pair and blue serge
: higher grades
r
; uniforms, $2.75.
: up
'Hammer Project'Private Of Naval AcademyA 1900 NATTUnit only. Pinnochio, 1900 \t. have enough They'll save money on shoes,
( : money anyway
only.HospitalDevils. which will be 70 cents cheaper;
Charles C. Olander of member of the AnnapolisClass Hairpin 1900 Sc'h'ler; and they know dungaree slacks, off 30 cents,
the Marine Aviation Detachmenthere of 1931, Fear Admiral only. how to budget better But it and old style blue demin shorts
has scored the of Charles C. would certainly help the single
highest Kirkpatrick, will be- I which will sell for half of the
student record In the of Saturday, June 2 fellow particularly in the lower
any on come Superintendent the U.S. I present 60 cents price tag.
hammer project in the Marine Naval Academy, Secretary of the Mainside-Satan Never Sleeps, pay grades." Gordon Schreier,I Here is a list of the price

Corps Mechanical Fundamentals. Navy Fred Korth has announced. 1900 only. MU2, ComFairJaxBand."I changes. The old price in shownin
Course. He attained what is con-' RADM Kirkpatrick wil suc- NATTUnit-Marriage Go Round, think I the first column after the

sidered by instructors and students ceed RADM John F. Davidson, 1400 and 1900.HospitalPinnochio. would like being name of the article, the new

as an almost impossiblescore who will take over as Commander 1900 only. paid every-oth- price in the last column.INCREASES .
of 98. Pacific Fleet Training Com- Sunday June 3 er-Friday more
The hammer project is con- mand, the position now held by Mainside-Cat On A Hot Tin than the way it
sidered the most difficult project RADM Kirkpatrick.This Roof, 1900 only.NATTUnit is now. It would Male
assigned students during the will be the admiral's Satan Never seem like more Bag, Duffel $2.80 $2.95

eight weeks of instruction. Using second tour of duty at Annapolissince Sleeps, 1900 only. money, getting Belt, Trousers, Blk .25 .30
files, hacksaws and hand tools it his graduation. He served Hospital-Marriage Go Round, paid I oftener. Belt, Trousers, Khaki .25 .30

requires the student to cut from there with the Academy's Executive 1900 only. This new way, : Belt, Trousers, White .25 .30
i rough steel and fashion a ham- Department ;in 1938 and '39. Monday June 4 you could depend Cap, Service Blue 2.60 2.90

mer-like tool. They must bevel, No effective date for his new Mainside-Conspiracy Of Hearts, on payday. Kincammon Cap, Working Blue .50 .60
i grind, drill and tap the pieces to assignment has been given. 1900 only. Now it is hard to stretch the Coat, Peacoat 23.50 25.40
I specified measurements.The NATTUnit-Cat On A Hot Tin money over a long period. Jumper, Blue Dress 9.10 9.65

work is graded strictly on Roof, 1900 only. Thomas Kincammon, EM2. Neckerchief .70 .80
accuracy. All angles must be Hospital-Satan Never Sleeps, "It would be a Scarf, Neckwear Blue .25 .75
within one degree and all dimen- 1900 only pretty good idea Shirt: Blue Chambray 1.20 1.55

sions within one-sixty-fourth of Tuesday, June 5 Ito get paid more Shoe, Service 5.00 6.35

an inch. Mainside-All Fall Down, 1900 ;. ,;;, often. It seems Socks, Nylon/Cotton
! "This is the highest on record" only. I like a fellow Blk .30 .35

i said GYSGT F, A. Parent, pro NATTUnit Conspiracy Of #,,: .kx wouldn't run out Socks, WoolCottonBk
ject instructor, "and we have Hearts, 1900 only. \ of money so .30 .35
only four students In the historyof Hospital-Cat On A Hot Tin quick and also Towel, Bath, Large .45 .50
the school even close with Roof, 1900 only.: : he would know Trousers, Cotton,
.
scores of 97." 4 Wednesday June 6 '4.) '::' .. : when payday White 2.30 2.55

Olander, a native of Downey,, 4 Mainside-David And Goliath, 1s : 12./j/ ;; .'was going toBlankenshiiT Trousers, Wool Melton 9.15 10.00
Calif., worked as a plastics parts 1900 only. ; be." Don Blan- Undershirt, Cotton .50 .55

fabricator before entering the NATTUnit-All Fall Down, kenship, AA, VA44."It Female
Marine Corps last January 1900 only. does : Insignia, Service Hat

which may account for his accuracy Hospital Conspiracy Of make any otl\'X: .::. and Cap .75 .80
in the MFC school. Hearts, 1900 only. ference to Necktie, Black .85 .90

QjM seems like more ... I Slacks, Blue Serge 4.10 6.25

gggrrr paydays would :' '< Stockings, Cotton Beige .50 .85
"Miss Cecil
NASA To Select Field"Contestants '
be more expense -"". .:.. Fi Uniform, Blue Serge 18.20 20.95
Also it .lJ....::,.. Towel, Terry, White .45 .50
More Astronauts To Be would make 1:>4- DECREASESMale
more work for :
Between five and ten addi- .4a Judged On June 9 disbursing." L..
tional astrounauts for the Na Jumper, White
D. Roberts, > ':rk :
tional Aeronautics and SpaceAdministration's The fourth annual "Miss Cecil CSCM undress 2.30 2.10
Galley 1. Roberts
manned space Field beauty contest is now un- Necktie, Fourinhandnarrow
flight program will be chosen derway at NAS Cecil Field, with gibility requirements for the .70 .55

next fall.NASA. applications being accepted for "Miss Duval County" and "MlSs Necktie, Four-in hand
said experienced jet test entrance in the pageant to be Jacksonville" contests, said JosephR. wide .70 .55

pilots with engineering trainingwill held at the Enlisted Men's Club Dennison, PN1, pageant direc- Trousers, Cotton,
be screened to form the new there on June 9. tor, since the pageant committee Khaki 3.80 3.65

group of spacecraft pilots. They Basic eligibility requirementsare plans to sponsor "Miss Cecil Female
will "back up" the present team Field of 1962" in
that contestants be at least as an entry one Insignia, Shoulder Sleeve
of Project Mercury astronauts. SETS NEW RECORD-PVT 17 but not more than 25 years of these events. Recruit .15 .07
Charles C. Olander's score of
Role of the new astronauts will 98 has set a new record in old on July 1, 1962, unmarriedand Contest rules and entry blanks Scarf, Neckwear White .75 .65
be to participate in support operations MAD's "hammer project"J never have been married and, Dress Oxfords Black 8.25 7.65
in Operation Mercury. which is part of the eightweekcourse if less than 21 years old, have may be obtained from the Serv- Shorts, Old Style Blue
They will also join the present there In Mechanical the written consent of their par- ice Information Office, NAS Ce- Demin
.60
Fundamentals. Four other cer- .30
astronauts in piloting the two- ents or guardian. cil Field. No deadline for entries
sons in the history of the school Slacks, Dungaree 2.90 2.60
man Gemini spacecraft. have chalked up scores of 97. Contestants must also meet ell- has been announced. Havelock, Winter 3.35 1.80Page




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H Shooters Fair


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Y M I J'' } Well In 6ND Match


I 4I It's all over this year for the Sixth Naval District Rifle

ir ; and Pistol Matches-all over that is except for hangingthe

; trophies on the wall. And for the NAS Jax Pistol Team,

including one Joe Galica, this might take until next year to

complete. .especially for Galica.
The chief aviation metalsmith,
1ie ship firing a 265 out of 300. Next
from VA-44, won first place in
tame the individual rifle cham-
the individual pistol champion-
.p .r .M AIIt AI
which he also
READY ON THE LIHE-Jo GaHca (left) AMECA. of VA-44. Sax Navy's top rifle and pistol pionship match
shooter who won both individual 6ND matches, and Ed Richardson. PR1. a member of the winning won firing a 230 out of 250. Asa
Key West Rifle Team, set their sights for the up-and-coming Atlantic Fleet Matches which Betty Ryles member of the NAS Jax Pistol
will get underway here at NAS on Monday. Nearly 280 of the Fleets top shooters gathered on the Team, which won the district
Station this past week and have been conducting pre-competition exercises. All pistol competition !
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honors, he fired a 274 out of 300.
will be held on the Station's range while the rifle matches will be fired at Camp Blanding, Wins OWGA
southwest of Jax. The winners of the Atlantic Fleet Matches will face targets this fall at the Na- It was Galica's day last Friday
tional Matches which are held annually at Camp Perry Ohio. when the awards were given

Golf TourneyBetty out by RADM Joseph M. Carson,


I Air News Needs Sports CopyThe Ryles captured the cham- COMFAIRJAX tre at which time, at the the NAS marksman Thea-

pionship title of the Officer's walked) away with six trophies,

Wives Golf Association Meet last Including the Bonus Pistol and

Sports Editor of the Jax Commands, who will compile the The Jax Air News deadline for week ending the 72 hole round Aggregate Rifle and Pistol hon-

Air News needs your sports stor- facts, including names in full, each Thursday's edition is 1200 on with a 355. Runner-up for the

ies in his copy, but first he must positions,and the like, and bringor the preceeding Tuesday. If there four-day event was Mary Holley ors.Other outstanding achievements

have the facts which make up call them to the News Office, are pictures which will accompany with a 383. during the individual pistol

these stories. This pertains not Room 230 Bldg. 1, for publica- the story, they should reach Last year was the first Asso- matches found three more NAS

only to intramural activities but tion.There the office prior to 1200 Mondays. ciation match in which Jonell Jax shooters ranking high. They

to the many other sporting eventsin are hundreds of stories Give your command a boost Polansky was the victor. were Carl Linza, AECS, of

which members of the Station or. the Station which could bring sportswise-help to build up the There were 27 lady golfers NAMTRADET 1058, winning sec-

take part. recognition to your outfit or di- interest in the NAS Jax Iron Man vieing for the 1962 honors. ond with a score of 261; Ben

What the editor would like to vision. This, for the most part, Trophy Program by submitting Preston, AOCS, of VA-135, win-

have is at least one "stringer," can only be accomplished if YOU ycur sports coverage to the Jax ning third with a 257; and CWO2

someone within the individual tell US. Air News. Gaskill Takes Dan Gerbis, of VAP-62, win-

ning fourth with a 249.

The fourth member of the Jax

'Mr. Armed Forces' IM Swim MeetingSet Tennis BracketDick pistol team was Joe Cox, AMI,

[BOWLING Gaskill came across the cf NARTU.

net last week to take the top Although NAS was uneventful -
To Assist Marine For June 6 13
spot in the individual IM Tennis in winning the rifle team

The Play Boys managed to Tournament finals. At press time, match, Preston was triumphant
The first IM Swimming organizational ; he was waiting out the results in taking top honors in the rifle
Physical ProgramPhysical maintain their lead in the Amer- meeting will be held at
between Roger Briggs, Bob Greer, bonus match as well as taking
ican League IM Bowling race 0930 on June 6 at the Mainsidegym. and Andy Brooks who were. second in the individual rifle

fitness, one of Pres- with a record now standing at This will be followed by a playing off for top position in match and second place honors in
ident Kennedy's projects for second meeting on June 13 at the
rifle and
the pistol aggregate
45 wins, 15 losses and a 738 the losers bracket.In .
the youth of the United States, sane time and place. category.The .
the team efforts, VA-44 was
is one of the things the Marine average.It's All units and commands in-
awaiting the outcome between District Rifle Team honors
Corps, like its fellow services teiested in entering contestantsin
much the storyin '
same
pretty A 679th and VP-5. went to the Key West shooters.
stresses tirelessly. the IM Swimming Meet, sche-
the National League as Supply:
in the indoor I
duled to take place
Marine GYSGT Sam Griffiths, "A" stayed on top with a 39-13 pool late in June, are requestedto Ways of the Waves
"Mr.
Physical Fitness" of 1960
win-loss record and a 750 aver- attend. The Meet will be aoneday
and winner of over 50 trophiesand with
event points accessible -
medals, is touring Marine age.
toward the Iron Man
organizations in the Far East to In the Continental League, Trc.phy. -v'
build interest in the 1
program. tilted
however, the tetter-totter

The 170-pound, big-biceped upward this week for the Owl

leatherneck has worked to im- Hoots as they once again took Annual Skeet Meet

prove the physical condition of the lead away from the Hornets.:

the Marines around the world Sitting high, the Owls sport a 40 BOAT ON THE,(/(/( HAS THE

for the past 21 years. win, 12 loss record with an over- Set For June 1117The eOAT WITHOUT MOW HAS filSHT R/ NT Of WAY l-

all league high average of 769. V WAY OWl POWER fA/I'
Griffiths has built
a body Air Defense Command at
whoa nas placed him three Colo. will host
Colorado Springs, ,
times
the Mr. America
among top interservice skeet shooters -- ao
finalists and won for him such Golf
LeagueStandings
Armed
second
June 11-17, for the
titles as Mr. Armed Forces, Mr. Force Invitational Skeet Cham-

Physical Fitness of Americaand pionships.All .
Mr. Waikiki.
active duty military per-
"We're not out to build a A number of changes in the sonnel, including allied military

'muscle man'," says Griffiths. IM Golf play changed the formatof personnel attached to U. S. for-
f/JMA/e &CHIS 4RFN AllOWED
"We aim at the fitness and en- eligible to participate.The WHEN MffTN9 W ffOTV '
durance league standings this past ces are BOATS TURN HKllr TOXAfrBflM OB.ST(jr lMFllC
aspects.
week. Air Force skeet range con-

His current project is to con- In the American League, FAW11 c sts of 10 ranges with automatic

struct a body-building studio- holds a 2-1 record; VP-30 "B"a traps, plus a modern rod and

similar to those in large U. S. 1-1; A/C Maint a 2-1; Supply gun club.

cities-for the 1st Marine Air 1-2 VP5a Over 250 skeet shooters from
2-1 Hospital "A" a ;
Wing at Iwakuni, Japan. a ; 50 military installations aroundthe
1-1; and VA-44 a 0-1.
world participated in the first 1
Griffiths has a bodybuildingstudio Over in the National League, shoot last year.

at MCAS in El Toro, here's how the standings run:
The for the championship -
program
Calif., which is often referred to VP-30 "A," M; Marine, 1-0; shoot has been distributedto
as the Vic Tanny of the Marine KEEP T" 7Hf IIIIfMIALIY
NARTU, 1-1; Assn. CUFKTAKMHAS
ComFairJax, 2-0; National Skeet Shooting
Corps. He hopes to help the Air /NARROW&ANNCLS
THE1H2 OF WAY
Force; Army and Navy build O&R, 0-1; Hospital "B," 0-2; and (NSSA) affiliated gun clubs and
skeet shooters.
registered
the same type of clinics. AF679th, 0-2.





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4 Taxpayers UrgedTo



:I! ;fi Start Keeping


; Record Of IncomeTaxpayers


are being remindedby

Z the Internal Revenue Ser-

4 4 K N J t"4a vice, while tax returns are still
x; f ;$
z s fresh in their minds, that now
: 1
A r is the time to start keeping

records of income,

,
v vtf
PROMOTIONS GALORE Records of reportable, taxable

The "crows" were out In num- income such as bonuses, tips,
ben during the past few days
commissions dividends intereston
,
with numerous naval person.
nel of NAS Jax based units bank deposits, interest on
being on hand to accept them.In .
U.S. Savings Bonds rents royal-
,
the top photo members of
VP-5 stand in formation with ties, and income from part-time
their commanding officer CDR work not reported on Form W-2,
Robert L. Huber (left), to receive
will be very helpful in filing
their promotions. In the
photo at left members of Federal income tax returns next
VA-135 stand in formation to April 15.Nontaxable.
spell the word STUDY to in-
rw Y dicate to what they attribute income includes
their successful promotion. Social Security benefits, Rail-
CAPT James R. Compton, NAS
ry road Retirement Act benefits,
Commanding Officer congratulates
NAS promoteet in the interest on state and municipal
center photo at left in a mass bonds, dividends on Veteran's
ceremony at the NAS Gymnas Government Insurance and
AY. ium. CAPT Compton also hands Workmen's Compensation
{ out promotions to members of pay-
RATCC outside the Center in ments.
the bottom photo. Many other
persons here at NAS were promoted Accurate income records not
and possibly pictures of only make filing easier but
the ceremonies taken, however help prevent costly mistakes.
these are the only ones made Unreported income discovered
available to the Jax Air News.
Names of all the promotees after the April 15 deadline is
could not be used due to apace subject to interest and possible
limitations. penalty charges.


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i' f.., > BuPers Issues All-Navy



'r.:.F..... :r.xtuwry Photo Contest RulesThe
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1962 All-Navy Photography Contest and the Tenth

Dr Inter-service Photography Contest will be conducted in

I October..of this year:. at the Bureau of Naval Personnel.
I' AU military personnel on active
ti. Lc mounted and each will be
duty for 90 days or more are
el/gible; to enter. Only those entries marked with a red dot in the .
from Naval and Coast Guard lower left corner of the mount

personnel will be entered in the when the transparency is held

AJl-Navy Contest lor normal viewing. The name

All entries submitted by Air and rank/rate of the contestant,
together with the title and
Force category -
Army or Marine Corps
will be printed on the
personnel are to be forwarded as
follows: Air Force to the nearEst mount.
Air Force base Transparencies will be returnedto
; Army to the

VP-30 Commissions Unit Quarters Hike// -CO nearest, Headquarters Army post; Marine Battalion Corps, judging the contestant and showings following, all black-all

and-white prints
become
the
Headquarters, U. S. Marine Corps,
Closer/ Gets Washington 25, D. C. All entries property. of the Navy Department,
;
For P3V 'Orion' TrainingPatrol must be submitted prior to Octo- and will not be returned.

Ler 1, 1962. All Navy entries The categories for each of the
House ApprovalThe will be forwarded to the Chief groups are ((1) Portraits ((2) Babies -
Squadron 30, based here at NAS Jax, will begina and Children ((3) Animals
cf Naval Personnel (Attn
Pers-
new era in the history of maritime patrol aviation to- quarters allowance hike : and Pets ((4)) Sports and Action
Glll). Winning entries and
other
for members of the Armed
morrow, June 1, with the commissioning of Detachment "A" (5) Military Life (7) Experi-
selected
photographs will be
Forces came one step closer retained -
at NAS Patuxent River, Md. mental.
.1i'nf'm\Hnn.... ..".. nf. n"'t"hm. ........"'.nt.. "A".. I when the full House of Rep- by BuPers for entry i Inthe All entries submitted shall be
\vill inaugurate replacement I to about ten officers and 53 men resentatives passed the mea- 10th Interservice Photo Contest identified follows .
as
: Group I
later this and is sure and sent it to the Sen- to be held in early December.
(training in the Navy's first tur- year expectedto Affix a 3 by 5-inch card to the
bine powered patrol plane, the begin graduating replacement ate for consideration.As Any photograph which has reverse of the photograph with
new prop-jet P3V-1 "Orion..; personnel in early 1963. Initially, passed by the House, been taken by the contestant the following information printedon

LCDR John W. Townes, Jr., two Atlantic Fleet squadrons, the legislation calls for an subsequent to December 1, 1960, it: (1) Category (2) Con-

will become the first officer in VP-8 and VP-44, will be equip- effective date of October 1, may be entered in either con- stant's name, grade, service

charge of the detachment, beginning ped with the P3V.Establishment 1962. tst. number, and his military address

with a complement of of the detach- A spokesman for the Senate Official military photographswill (3) Command forwarding the
four officers and twenty enlisted Armed Services Committeesaid not be accepted as entries and
ment by VP-30 at Pax River entry, ((4) Title of Entry.
personnel. The detachment will will have immediate the comittee is expectedto al any level of competition. Goup II will contain the same
no effect
on
initially undertake intensive the scope of operational trainIng consider"the bill "in the Entries may be submitted i in information in addition to thee

gound and flight training in the in P2V and P5M aircraft near future. any of seven categories of th I information which is to be placed
'"Orion" and later will become the The original legislation as following! two groups: Group I on the mount.
being conducted i
by the squadronhere proposed by the Defense Department Black-and-white
nucleus for rapid expansion of at NAS Jax. single photos. Each photograph or color
P3V replacement trainee i called for an increased Enlargements from
may
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production vary a transparency must be accompanied -
by VP-30 to keep pace VP-30, skippered by CDR Walter annual expenditure of n'inimum of 8x10 inches to a by an individual entry

with the Navy's needs for train- W. Honour, is no newcomerto some $259 million. The House maximum of 16x20'inches.. En fl>rm. A sample of this form can

ed pilots, navigators, aircrewmen the business of Fleet antisubmarine however, revised the ,legisla- tries will be unmounted and un- be found as enclosure ((1)) to Bu-

and maintenance personnelas warfare replacement tion upward by some $29.5 matted and will not be tinted, Pers Notice, 1700 30 April 1962.
the "Orion" is phased into training, having graduated some million, bringing it to a total however, toning is permissable. I

the operational patrol squadronsof 400 replacement pilots and navi- of $291.7 million with the Coast Group II Color Transparencies. The USS Long Beach becamethe

the Maritime Air Task Force, I'ators and more than 1,000 air- Guard, Public Health Service They may be up to 4x5 inchesin first nuclear-powered surface
At!antic. crewmen and maintenance personnel and Coast and Geodetic Sur- size and enclosed in plastic warship to visit Europe when it

From a modest beginning, Detachment since its commissioningin vey receiving $3.2 million. envelopes or other protective arrived in Bremerhaven, Ger-

"A" will be expanded 1960. covering. All transparencies will many, January 15, 1962.Pao. .

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