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Creation Date: June 28, 1962
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FLA. HISTORY


...".. Readies
Supply Dept0


Jo 5


Records For NAVSTRIPThe I


-- ----------- NAS Supply Department is in the final week of I
converting some two million in-process cards, including
Vol. 20 No. 13 U.S. NAS Jacksonville, Fla. 28 June 1962 balance cards, due cards, customer requisitions, financial

records, statistical records, forecast records and technical
VMA-144 Goes To records to the new forms and codes that will be necessaryto

S begin operation of NAVSTRIP (Navy Standards Requis-

Roosy Roads For : : tion and Issue Procedure) on July 1.

The new Navy automation
Summer {' r system is part of the Depart-
Training .. ment of Defense originated sys- 3 Jax Navy ShootersGo

Marine Attack Squadron 144 tem known as MILSTRIP (Mili-

of the NAS based Marine Air tary Standard Requistion Issue
Reserve Training Detachmenthere Procedure). It is an entirely new To Nat'l MatchesThree

leaves Monday, July 2, for :: concept in military logistics. Each I Jax Navy shooters, who
Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico, branch of the service has issued Calif.
ate! travelled to San Diego, ,
and 15 days annual summer ; it's own regulations outliningthe
and took part in the All-Navy
training. procedures to be used
by Rifle and Pistol Matches which
Lieutenant Colonel Horace C. that branch. have
concluded last Friday,
Hawn, commanding officer of The new system is designed to qualified to fire in the National

the squadron, and eight of the I take the place of many existing Matches at Camp Perry, Ohio,
"Flying Gator's" will fly their documents and systems. It is as members of the All-Navy
A4D Skyhawk jets to the Cari- expected to accelerate process- Pistol team.

bbean Naval Station. Colonel ing time, reduce' costs, and give Joe Galica, AMECA, of VA-44,
Frank R. Porter, Jr., MARTDCO it's "customers" better service. fired a total of 512 combined

and Captain Harold M. Muth out of 550,
The Supply Department, rifle and pistol scores
MARTD
Asisstant
Operations through the NAVSTRIP Task to become the 1962 All-Navy
Officer, are also scheduled to
Force, has been training and distributing Aggregate Champion, while
make the 1300 mile flight. training materials to the LTJG E. C. Blick, of NATTU,
Sixteen officers and 60 enlistedmen in the Individual
Department's requisitioners which took fifth place
are slated to attend the first
saw!' include all the departments and Pistol Match shooting a 278 out
annual maneuver ever conducted + offices of the Air Station and of 300, followed by Virgil Pla-

outside the United States by a I 't's tenant activities NAS Sanford cidi, ADCS, of the NAS Armory,
Marine Corps Reserve Aviation NEW UNIFORM-Not hardly, just the Supply Department'sway NAS Glynco. NAS Atlanta who placed eighth in the pistol
of all it's customers know that NAVSTRIP (Navy
letting .
Unit.While and NS ,
Mayport also destroyers category.The
at Roosevelt Roads, Standards Requisition and Issue Procedure) is coming on Sunday.
VMA-144 July 1. Here Daniel Conway AK2 of the Fleet Liaison Branch nd carriers home ported at May- National Pistol Matchesare
will join regular Mar- brings the word to CDR Walter J. Schub NAS Executive Of- port. This Task Force has also expected' to get underway
ine Corps squadrons providingair ficer. The now system is designed to take the place of many prepared new internal "supply sometime near July 27 and run
support for Marine ground existing documents and systems. It is expected to accelerate through August 5.
troops maneuvering in the I processing time, reduce costs, and give it's customers better equisitioning procedures" for
area. service. these activities. These insiruc- Winners of these top matchescan
They will use the latest techni- tons are informative in nature become qualified to shoot in

ques and procedures developedby exercises.The end provide the necessary detailsfor the Pan American Game matches
the Marine Corps for jet attack I "Flying Gator's" will return ClosedOn
Commissary Store requisitioning, follow up and which could lead to Olympic
aircraft to use in air-ground to NAS Jax on July 15.
(Continued on page 4, col. 1)) participation.
Wednesday, July 4

Teamwork Rescues P2V The NAS Jax CommissaryStore NADO States New Navy

will be closed Wednes-

Neptune From GraveyardA day, July 4, a legal holiday,

it was announced this week. EM HousingRentChargesThe

two-and-a-half million-dollar P2V Neptune has been The Store will be open the new rent charges for enlisted men residing in local

salvaged from possible decommissioning through the team- I. usual hours during the remainder Navy rental housing at Dewey Park and Cumberland Road
work efforts of various NAS Jax Departments and the I of the week. Homes Projects were announced this week by the Navy Accounts -
Mayport Naval Station.
Disbursing Office. __ .
Nearly a month ago, the non- These Charges win oe effectiveon
flyable aircraft was ordered to : July 1. At that time the
the Naval Air Station at Nor- : : : J r Dewey Park and Cumberland

folk, Va., for a major overhaul If: ; $" Roads projects will be reclassi-
since necessary repair facilities fied as inadequate Public Quar-

were not available in the Jack- : ,
ters.NADO
sonville area. It was then that ... will check the service-
the synchronized clockwork of ..... ..:. man's BAQ for the fair rental
...
departmental preparation began. I., value of the unit in accordancewith

The hands first started movingat ... : NAS Notice 11101 of June

the O & R Department where 7. In no case, said a NADO

workmen removed the wings, w ::,.,: & .':' : spokesman, will the checkage be
jet booster engines, wing-tip j_ : s in excess of the amount of BAQ

tanks and readied them for ship- concurrently credited on the

ment. man's pay record.Applications .
for adjustments in
In the meantime, Operations
Q" allotments will be accepted
Department officials arrangedfor 2-6 at
during the period July
two tugs, a barge, a floating either the Main Office, second

crane and operators from May- deck of Bldg. 110, or at one of the
port to rendezvous the NAS
at branch offices at NATTUnit or

boat pier. s r: ,. ..,. ,... the Naval Hospital.The .
+
i
; rGJ}$ ; .yi.j ', ,;. : al..i !2+
It was the Aircraft Maintenance :?/r+. ,y S following_ rent charges
Department which designedthe : y 4 JrF 4;r Ni'J8r have been quoted by NADO for

special rigging and hoist the different size units:
S '
slings necessary for heavy lifts. S. : .. Non-rated persons with one
: :
4sS occuping a one bedroom -
Also included in the rigging pre- dependent
unit in Dewey Park are
paration was the Public Works
,
{# % '7 Y/4 /Yr.ilr and
Department.As v '*' credited with $51.30 BAQ
will be checked for $51.30. The
the aircraft was dismantled, fair rental is $55.50 but as was
the Supply Department light-
stated previously, a person can-
packed the various sections. This
for amountin
3' rr not be charged any
was the first time the feature of : $ru5Mr.w 4 excess of his BAQ credit.

light-packing has ever been used Second Class Petty
Third or
:: m:/NN.vW.irrr.9cw+wnrrrn. rFr.if/AGv.Yk Y 9100Gw
in this particular type of move- TO FLY AGAIN-This non-flyable P2V Neptune; being hoisted aboard a barge at the NAS boat Officers with two dependents occupying -
ment. The light-packing, in con- piers, is on its way to Norfolk, Va.. and a complete overhaul instead of to the graveyard, thanks to a' a two bedroom unit in
trast to solid-box crating, was display of teamwork by NAS departments.-Because repair facilities were not available here, it Roads credited
Cumberland
used to save time, material and was necessary to devise a plan to salvage the 2% million dollar plane. Result? O&R prepared are
the plane for shipment. Supply packaged it. A/C Maintenance and Public Works did the rigging j with $77.10 BAQ 'and will have a
transfer cost-totaling as much and transit to.NS Mayport was arranged by Operations. Mayport tugs pulled the Neptune-ladened (Continued on page 4, cpl. 7))
(Continued on pay 4, coL 4)) barge to the USS Saratoga (CVA-60)) where It was loaded aboard for the Journey to Norfolk.

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28 June
paQI.2 JAX AIR NEWS 1962




I MoralCharacterMoulding I Disaster Control Drill JflKQUiS


To Be Held On Friday

NAS, Jackaonvllla

A Distaster Control Drill will :APT J. R. Compton -- ...- Commending.. OH**
Executive Off
Cited As Leadership Facet CDR Walter J. chub -- -- ----- **
be held on Friday, June 29 it Fleet Air J.ck onvilt! NAB 6NDtADM

was anonunced this week. The Joseph M. Carson ___ -- -'- "--- CommanderAPT
__ .. .. .. ... Chief of Staff
drill is expected to commenceat : Vincent Casey --- -- --
(Editor's Note The Fleet Air Wing Eleven
: following essay written by Rex. A. 1300. Team leaders will call CommanderCAPT
_
Hill, AEC. Training Facilities Division NATTUnlt and entitled in their muster reports to the CAPT Andrew Gilbert J.H.Frewenhelm Cowart .-.... --.- Chief Staff Officer

"Moral Character Moulding and Preservation Through NAS OOD at this time. Navel Air Technical Training Unit

Leadership" was selected as the winning entry in the enlisted APT Hartsel D. Allen ------Commending Officer
of the this have been P. Verdery .---------_Executive: Officer
category NAS Leadership Essay Contest. It is printed Following plans COR Eugene Navel Hospital

here in it's entirety.) made to solve the problem assigned APT J. M. Henner _,, .----Commanding Officer
for Friday's drill. The _Executive Officer
We have heard lot in CAPT Stephen H. Tollna
the
a last few years about Communismand Unit
Reserve Training
problem will simulate a special Nevel Air
we have put forth great effort developing weapons to combat
this being moved North on APT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. Commending OfficerDR
aggressive enemy. This maximum effert to improve! all things weapon Executive Officer
: William M. Miller -- -
technically is one of the reasons why we are exposing our worst Biscayne Ave. A 3,000 gallon Printed commerlcally with non-appropriated fundi In Jecktonville, Florida at,

weakness to the Communist that weakness being an attitude, or gasoline truck proceeding East to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July
indifference. We have so much and want still more, in terms of on Birmingham hits the vehicle "w 58.expense Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air
material things. Now what causes this attitude, which in turn Jeckaonville. Naval Air Station, Navel Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing
causes us to perform only when material value in transporting the special weapon
we get some return II, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hotpltal.CDR .
? The answer is simple-weak moral character. causing the gasoline vehicle to Alex N. Mclnnlt, Jr. .' Service Information Officer

Speaking of moral character and noting also that it is empha- overturn in the street. Gasoline Andrew H. Planey -- Assistant Service Information Officer

sized in General Order 21, Navy Regulations, and our Code of Conduct will be running out of the vents Editor-Mae Spencer, J01) Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone, J01; Robert

draws me to one conclusion. a high degree of moral character and broken seam from the tanker. Dodds, SA; Ruth Anne Roberts, SA.
in our American people would be the most dangerous weapon to Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and In-
the communist, even more potent than space station. nuclear shipsor It will be ignited and the frnetionel' Councils of Industrial Editors.

anti-anti missiles. To develop and maintain this weapon more fire will envelope the gasoline The Jill Air News Is l> member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material
powerful than atom bombs, we must take a look at moral character tanker and the special weapons ippeerlng In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photo
in terms of what it is, where it comes from and the Navy's respon- naphs unless otherwise credited are official U.S.' Navy Photographs.
vehicle. The fire
will also be
sibility in preserving and moulding it. Editorial offices located In Room 230' Main Administration Building. Phone

First let's consider what we mean by character. Character has licking against Buildings 424 and extensions BI64. 656 272 or 216.Liberty .

many definitions but a complete definition can be given that encompasses 525 adjacent to the accident.

all. Character is an enduring and dynamic dispositionof
a person to think, feel, and act in accordance with values that Various team elements who

have crystalized out of his training, experience, and conduct. This have been assigned specific func- Communism-

disposition will control a person's way of .life in all things, but tions will move into the area I L vs
especially in it's moral, spiritual and religious aspects. What I have to practice tasks
just said is that a person is going to act and think according to his emergency under -
character. realistic conditions.

Now that we know character is the thing that controls our
actions and thoughts, let's find out from what and where this char- The American Declaration of Independence, drafted by

acter comes. It starts with training by the parents at a very early Thomas Jefferson, followed John Locke's theory of Natural
age. This parent training is very important because it is from them 22 NAS f Donors Law as well as the political experience of the American co-
that we form some of our basic attitudes. This training by the document chosen
ents par- Give Blood lonists. The phraseology of this famous was -
must continue until crystalization At
or maturity or character
takes place. The schools also play a big part in this training or of course, as a rallying cry for all Americans who pre-

moulding of character and the ultimate of this training is brought Naval HospitalThe ferred liberty to the oppressive connection with the British

out in religious surroundings. We can see then that character has Empire. But the tone of the Declaration -showed a "decent

ence it's roots is in in the training kind. and all people have character. The differ- Naval Hospital Blood respect to the opinions of mankind". In the first sentence of
Whether it is bad
good
on the kind of training received. It can't or be the is best going if to both depend Donor Center's supply of blood the Declaration, the argument for American liberty was

ents are working and, therefore, too busy for their children, par-also was increased by 22 pints re- based squarely upon Natural Law. It read:

broken homes affect the child because of insecurity and the one cently. "When in the course of human -
parent having to work. When both parents or the parent of a Personnel making donationsthat the Pursuit of Happiness," (4))
broken home works this allows the children to events it becomes necessaryfor "to these rights Govern-
run loose in the day all from NAS secure ,
environment of their choice. This were people to dissolve the
poses another one political -
problem to char- Men
instituted ,
ments are among
acter Roger W. Coleman
because
environment has a definite effect on people. YN3; KarenS. bands which have connected -

What does our environment look like to the young people. Over Folden, YNSA, and Earl W. : them with another, and deriving their just powers from
2000.000 major crimes are committed each year, including thousands Turner ,all from the Admin De- of the consent of the governed;
to the
of cases of rape. Millions of pieces of pornographic' materials partment, Mary M. assume among powers ((5)) "whenever any Form of
are Dorsey SA
being passed out annually. This is just some of the things presented ; the earth, the separate and equal Government becomes destructiveof
Rosa A. Huelsman
to the youngster and more alarming is that most crimes DKSA, and station to which the Laws of Na-
milled by youngsters below 18. are com- Ruth A. Ree, DKSN, all from ture and Nature's God entitle these ends (namely, the pro-
tection of all the natural rights),
Moral Naval
character Accounts
then is a result of Disbursing Of
a person's
training and them decent to the
en- a respect
vironment but the crystalization of character doesn't take place fice. it is the Right of the People to

normally until somewhere between ages 17 and 22. Until then we Donors from Overhaul and opinions of mankind requiresthat alter to "laying its foundation on
see constant and fast should declare the
they
changes taking place in its
our and
young people. Repair such principles organizing
After Department
crystalization, changes are slower and less frequent. were RonaldL. causes which impel them to the
Crystalization of character Bond, AA, Michael powers in such form as to them
at 17 to 22 years of age brings us Flynn, separation."
to the Navy and our responsibility for the moulding and preserva- AN; Bruce F. Freeman, AE3, and shall seem most likely to effect
The Declaration
then
tion of character. We have to have a large number of men and William J. King, AN. goes on their Safety and Happiness;" ((6))
women for our modern Navy and we take to lay. that the natural rights of
most of these people le "Prudence, indeed, will dictate
from Supply Department
their environment when they are between ages (notice this) donors included the colonial subjects of the British
17 that Governments long established -
to 22.
This
is what gives Glenn D. Gill SA Fim-
us our responsibility for moral leader- ; Crown had been trampledupon
ship. Not only do we make fighting machines of these people but mie L. Gump, AK2; Robert M. and therefore the colonists should not be changed for
we must turn them back. to society at the end of their hitch whe Heminger AN Charles light and transient caused."
; E. Hicks
ther it be had
4 or 30 years. To society we have this a natural right to select a
turn out as good a citizen as possible. We can do responsibility it only if, we to SA; Kine Hobart, AA; David new government.In This statement on liberty and

understand the effect we can have on a man's character. Most of Suder, SA, and Donnie E. Wil- the course of the concise government is contained in exactly *
our youngsters are the result of good training and lis, AKAN. doubtful
We have only to environment. argument, the following con- 127 words. It is
their
preserve
for character until it crystalizes. But Arthur J. Gauthier SR whether in the entire history of
,
some we have to remould their character and this ; cepts of liberty are expressed:

ing as soon as they come in, ages 17 to 22, because at means that ,age start we Charles T. Kennedy, ADJAN; ((1)) "all men are created equal;" the struggle for liberty, there has

can tion influence it is much them easier to take the correct path. After crystaliza PFC James Parker; Joseph R. ((2)) "they are endowed by their been a more succinct and com

but it can be done harder, therefore and slower to change a person's character Newell, SH2, and Dal R. Wolter, Creator with certain unalienable prebensive exposition. It covers

preserving--age being only a factor., we should be always moulding and SA, all from the NAS Brig, also i Rights;" ((3)) "among these natural rights as the source of

How can we meet this responsibility for moulding and pre were donors that day. I (rights) are Life, Liberty and civic rights, the general contentof

serving the most powerful of all weapons and thereby eliminate our liberty. the..consent theory of
big Order.weakness 21 (ie) that attitude of passive indifference? General an objective and purpose. I marie chief in seven years and pro-pay as government. In,the end, it coun

moral standards.In says do. it through leadership-leadership of the highest soon as possible, and the people responsible are my seniors. sets< the prudence and moderation *

order Second: Eliminate the authoritarian type of attitude from our
must be based for our leadership program to achieve it's objective, it leadership discussions, so the people can relax and learn. Let them emphasized by all the great

sion and look after on this responsibility. Accomplish the assigned mis- respond to example and influence, rather than authority. Only then philosophers from Aristotle to
the the welfare of the map. In other words stress will you see a person's best efforts. Locke and Burke.
importance
of man and don't ignore him by concentrating entirely Third: Stress the differences in people, showing the need for dif-
on modern advancements. For it is true that the new ad- ferent leadership approaches in dealing with different people. The Declaration of Indepen

greater vancements are only as good as the men behind them. Therefore, Fourth: Emphasize the true meanings of discipline and that our dence served both as a formal

all leaders emphasis from should be placed on concern for people and until rules and regulations have their roots in the Constitution. This I! notice by the Continental Con-

going to continue top to have to bottom realize their responsibility, we are shows people that their constitutional rights have not been taken gress of the separation of the
unnecessary problems-such as populated away simply by being in service.
our rigs, too many court martials, desertions and irresponsibility in Fifth: Emphasize the need for the Military in preserving peace and Colonies from Great Britain and
young people. the American way of life. also as an eloquent appeal to all

can Knowing improve character now the importance of moral character and that we Sixth: Stress the responsibility of being an American. Our Amer. free men to rally to the cause of
through leadership, let me offer a few suggestions ican heritage carries with it a great responsibility. A responsibility
the which I feel will improve our leadership and thereby improve we have to assume and carry in order to preserve the freedoms independence.As .
First character of our people. given to us by our creator and Guaranteed by our Constitution. to natural rights and Nat-

Nation: ,Make Service sure that all leaders understand their responsibility to Seventh: Explain the responsibility of POs and Officers and tell ural Law, the'Declaration of Independence -
and
others Society so they will always be an example for them how these responsibilities are met. They can only be met efficiently of
to follow. I because reflected the ideas
say this of my own experience with dif- by an understanding of men and how to handle them, ,
in ferent kinds of petty officers and officers. My first year and a half and bv understanding how to manage their shops or departments. liberty prevalent in the coloniesas
the
because service was the most miserable time of my entire life, all Managing requires a knowledge of planning, organizing, directing, in Great Britain.
of two POs to whom I was assigned to work. controlling and coordinating. But managing is useless unless we
They were poor examples of leaders. After that things took on understand the men.
a much better Joe What is the definition of
:
who look. I next worked for a real leader, a first class, These suggestions will also improve moral character and this
since was interested in the Navy and in me. He got me started and is most important in times when wars are for the conquest of man's an alarm clock?
then I have had many good officers and POs. I know the mind. So strengthen the mind of man by strengthening his char- Jack: Something to scare the
value of having good leaders. I am now a career man with both acter, thereby strengthening our Navy and our Nation. daylights into you.




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28 June 1962 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3



art -two NAS Civilians





Get Suggestion AwardsThirtytwo



civilian employees were recently presentedwith

beneficial suggestion award checks totaling $2,035, while

two received letters of appreciation. The lions share of the

awards for money saving ideas Went to the Overhaul and

Repair Department while Public Works employees copped

turn nf thp checks.

'Th-lgei--c""hck, $310, was
$40; Alton A. Bowles $35; CarlE.
awarded to John J. Walsh and
Smith, $35; Dale A. Guess and
Dale A. Guess of O & R for
Farnklin M. Shepherd, $35; Arthur -
Automatic PartsWasher"
their "Semi-
Brown, $30; $25 awards to
; the second largest
the following: Walter H. Fake;
check, $200, was presented to
Charles A. Deisner; John T.
Dewitt T. Jewell and William H.
Keene; Dorothy D. Farady; Her-
Starling, O & R for their ideaon
bert D. Young, $20; $15 awardsto
,. ,. ,. .. the "A. T. M. Hot Air Test
Jif<:!\L.s.''; .ii.i! Unit PA 107555" which the
THIS IS HOW IT WORKs-Johnnie W. Lacy and Ray J. was Walter G. Gurr and Walter H.

Wilkins of the Overhaul and Repair Department demonstratetheir designing of flexible metal con- Smith, Nathan L. Prather, Preston
award winning idea, for which they received $185 to nector to carry air heated to 550
CAPT Robert E. Clements, (right) Assistant O&R Officer. The Station Traffic degrees to 600 degrees F under W. Dew, Eilliam Voltz and

idea, was the design and development of a hydraulic press to remove Charles T. Kaylor, all of the
30 from
and install bearings and bushings in R1300 and R1820 air. pounds pressure an air above were from O&R.

craft engines front, rear and counter-weight crankshafts. This Violation RecordThe heater compressor to the A. T Public Works Department employees -
device properly positions the bearings and bushings. M. of the A3D aircraft for test-
received two awards.
---- following is a report of ing.
They were: Robert C. Durden,
motor vehicle accidents and Another big check of $185 was ,
CAPT Capt's Inspection $45 for "Practical SafeGuardingof
Compton traffic violations for the per- awarded to Ray J. Wilkins and Electrical Conductors to Elec-

Marked For July 6 iod June 17.23.NUMBER Johnnie W. Lacy of O&R for their tric Grills", and Frances C.

Heads AFMA OF ACCIDENTSThis design and development of a Cherry $25 for "Station Bus)
Full Dress Whites is the uni-
hydraulic press to remove and
week (June 1723).4This
Schedules for Bus Shelters".

form prescribed for the 0900, year ..? ..""..... ........123 install bearings and bushings in Letters of Appreciation went to

Officer Slate Friday, July 6 Commanding Of- Through June 1961 "..114 R1300 and R1820 aircraft en- Howard L. Young and RichardR.
ficer's Inspection which will be gines front rear, and counter.
NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE Roenisch, both of O & R.
: held on the parade ground at weight crankshafts. The device
LAST INJURY IN MOTOR
Captain James R. Compton, Yorktown Ave., and Gillis St. properly positions the bearings

Commanding Officer of NAS The Marines will dress as directed VEHICLE ACCIDENT .14 I and bushings and pushes them Lockhart Named

Jax was re-elected presidentof by the Commanding Of- NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis into correct position.

the Jacksonville Chapter of. ficer, Marine Barracks. week (June 17-23) 121 Other "Benny Suggers" were: For 'Serviceman'Honors

the Armed Forces Manage This inspection will be in pre- Speeding 13 Walter E. Riviere, $160; Ker- At NATTU

ment Association and will paration for the ComSix Admin- Reckless Driving 5 mit P. Hayes and Joseph J.

head a new slate of officers istrative Inspection which will be Running Stop sign 12 Conselice, $90; Johny E. McClellan Outstanding performance as

elected at last Thursday's held later in July. All Hands, not Others .. ...... ... .91 $70; George C. Sweet and Petty Officer in Charge of the

meeting at the Officers Club.,I actually on watch, will fall-in Sixty-three drivers appeared Walter H. Smith, $65; Joseph M. Student Receipt Section and Petty

Elected as vice-president was with regimental muster set at before the Traffic Hearing Barnes, Jr., $60; Carol A. Gnann Officer in Charge of the Dis-

CAPT J, D. Sullivan, NAS Sup- 0830 and Officer's call at 0845. Board at the meeting held on and Walter II Smith, $50; JohnR. charge and Reenlistment Sectionof

ply Officer; Vice-President of I June 25. Disposition of the Touchton, $45; Clarence E. the Enlisted Personnel Office

Programs, CDR E. F. Hodge, cases include the following: Miller) $45; Lucwig A. Nowotny, has won for Cecil L. Lockhart,

NAS Comptroller; Secretary, Ar- August 1 Release Fifteen lost driving and park- PN1, honors as NATTU's "Ser-

thur Zeigler, O&R;. and Treas- ing privileges aboard the Sta- viceman of the Month" for May.
,
urer, Gladys Ebert, Comptroller tion; 17 were assigned to remedial AE HN DT He was named in ceremonies

Department.Voted Set For Reserve driving instructions, 31 Tuesday, June 19, by CDR E. F.

in as members of the received suspended penalties, Verdery, Acting NATTU Com-

Council were: CDR J. E. Nettles, Squadron VF741Reserve I, 14 were given warnings, one Cutoff Dates manding Officer.
dismissed five His Commendation as "Ser-
Supply Department NAS Cecil was were referred -

Field; Rod Pinney, Operations Patrol Squadron 741, to command officersfor viceman of the Month" read:

Department Phil Myers Comp recalled to active duty last Oct- possible disciplinary ac- At Sea SetAviation "Assigned to the Military Per-

troller Department and Mrs. ober during the Berlin crisis, tion. sonnel Department as Petty Officer -

Florine Gannaway, Industrial Relations will be released on August 1, it THE BUSINESS OF DRIVING ratings, hospital corps- in Charge of Students Receipt -
men and dental technicians sea-
Department.The was learned this week. "When I drive I keep my Section Lockhart has the
tour cut-off dates, which makeup
new slate of officers will The squadron, a unit of NAR- mind on the business of driv- the third segment of seavey, responsibility of processing approximately -

TU Jax, was first commissionedin ing. I have of 320 students per
be installed at a dinner meeting a power plant have been announced by the
month. In addition he has been
to be held July 21 at 1830 at the July 1946. terrific force in my charge, it Bureau of Naval Personnel. ,
in charge of the Discharge and
Officers Club. Rear Admiral T. Five years later, during the requires the utmost of my at BuPers also announced increases -
Reenlistment section
processing
B. Neblett, executive director of Korean War, VP-741 was one tention."I in the shore tour for ADJ
approximately 15 personnel
the AFMA, will be the principal of the first reserve squadrons to don't talk when driving.A chiefs and first class and AE3s. month. per
Exhibiting earnest desire
speaker. Spouses of members and be recalled to active duty. The driver who tries to composean The ADJs will normally spend an -
to accomplish his assigned
guests are invited to attend the squadron was selected in 1955 answer to a question whilehe 42 instead of 36 months on future duties in
a commendable
July 21 meeting. for the Noel Davis trophy as the steers a car is not concentrating shore duty assignments and the ner Lockhart recommended man-
; was
outstanding Naval Reserve on his job. third class AEs drew an increase
for and selected "Serviceman of
Squadron, and in 1959, was pre- "I read all signs, and I believe from 24 to 30 months.In .
the Month" for May 1962.
90 NAS NATTU sented the Chief of Naval Opera- I them. I listen for rail- general, the new cut-off "Lockhart has himselfas

tions Safety Award. road whistles and try to be dates followed the same sea-duty' proven
an outstanding officer
i aware of grade crossings be- tours as last year's segment three petty
Since its mobilization, VP-741, and
a capable leader. His mili-
BluejacketsAwarded fore I .
them."I
flying the P2V "Neptune" patrol see announcement. In only one case, tary behavior

bombers, have taken part in keep asking myself: What i that of the AT3s and AT strikers, uine interest in, appearance, gen-

ProPayNinety various training exercises and is the speed of that approaching did the new cut-off dates advanceless a successful naval -
is
evident
career by his
car? Is any vehicle aboutto than the normal year. Their per-
operational deployments. During
formance
NAS Jax and NATT- move from behind that load which reflects credit
and the date advanced only ten months.
April May, squadron
himself
Unit bluejackets will receive served as part of the long-range of hay parked by the road The new cutoff date moved upon the Naval Service., this Command" and

pro-pay awards on July 1, it surveillance patrol team, watch- side? Is the approach to that ahead slightly more than a year14 Winning the honor entitles

was announced this week. ing over the waters of the Carib- culvert smooth or bumpy? months to be exact-for all
Lockhart and his
NATTUnit walked away with bean Sea Frontier.The What is hidden just over that pay grades in five ratings and family to an
expense-free day in historic
St.
hilltop? four rates. The five ratings
are
the greatest number of awards66 -
has been the Augustine
squadron as guests of the St.
while 24 NAS personnel will "If I see wet tracks of a ADR, ADJ, AQ, AE and PH. The
recipient of several awards; Augustine USo. Committee and
receive the extra pay. wagon or car on the pavement, four rates are AT2, AB2, PRC
among them, a letter of appre- Chamber of Commerce.
Fifty-two men in critical skill ciation from Vice Admiral I grow cautious right away; and AG3.
that means that some farmer For the rest of the ratings on
ratings at NATTUnit will get Frank O'Beirne, Commander
has turned into the road and the segment, the cut-off date We're Sorry!
the P-2 award of $60 a month Naval Air Force U. S. Atlantic
I'll overtake him. moved ahead exactly a year. Last week the Air News announced -
and eight NAS men will get P-2. Fleet, and a plaque presented by
"If there is kind of The first sets of orders for men the name of the new
the Naval Reserve Association any con-
Sixteen NAS and 14 NATT- gestion on the road ahead I on this segment will be issuedin officer who will take charge of
Unit men are entitled to the P-l commending the unit, "for their ,
slow down. That is what October 1962 for transfers the Fleet Airborne Electronics
award of $30. They are in the recall readiness when ordered to
brakes are for-to regulate during February 1963. The men Training Unit, Atlantic, Detach-

outstanding effectiveness ratings. extend active duty and excep-" speed so that I can always will be ordered ashore from this ment Two, tomorrow as CDR O.

These pro-pay awards are given tional service to the nation. have my car under perfect segment during the period from O. Bradbury. The new OinC's

as a result of the examina- CDR Richard L. Oreair, is the control. February 1, 1963 to January 31, name should have read CDRG.

tions conducted in May. squadron's commanding officer. 1964. D. Bradberry.




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JAX AIR NEWS 28 June 1962



NAS Hosts Boat, Water

.t


Safety Show On July 4A


Boat and Water Safety Show will be presented at

Mulberry Cove at NAS Jacksonville on July 4 as the high-

light of the observance of National Safe Boating Week.
-
Sponsored by the U.S. Coast '
<":;}
Guard Auxiliary in cooperationwith

various boating clubs, Jack- RADM Clark Ends

sonville-Duval Safety Council,

business groups, the Navy and *tsxNAVY
other organizations, the free 40 Years Naval %\

show will start at 1400. It will

be open to the public.
Scene of the show will be the Service SaturdayCommander

area adjacent to the fishing
camp on the river side of the Fleet Air Wings
Bluejackets Inn, easily acces- Atlantic, Rear Admiral Thurs- RELIEF C1ECK-RADM Joseph M. canon ComrairJax and ComNabSlx presentsa
ton B. Clark will retire Saturday check for $37,979 to Mrs. King Fortson Executive Secretary of the Jacksonville Auxiliary of
sible via Ranger Street. the Navy Relief Society, as CAPT James R. Compton NAS Jax Commanding Officer looks on.
One of the most interesting June 30, after nearly 40 years The check is part of the $40,382 contributed by Naval activities served by the Jax Auxiliary
in has been outlined Naval service. He is being re- during the recent fund raising drive. The other $2403 was sent directly to national headquarters
programs years lieved by RADM George P.Koch. of Navy Relief by some of the Mayport Naval Station based ships and credited to the local
with the emphasis on saf- drive. This year's effort was centered around the giveaway of over 10.000 in prizes which wentto
ety procedures in water and saf- Admiral George W. Anderson, lucky contributors. The amount collected was the largest ever locally, and exceeded the
ety techniques for boating.A Jr., the Chief of Naval Operations, established goal of 35000.

boat which will will speak at the ceremony hon-
parade,
form at the Atlantic Coast Line oring the retiring officer at the First NAS Jax WAVE

Pier at 1200, will launch the Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Va. Up The -I

show. Various boats from clubs Assuming his present positionin CPO Retires TomorrowThe

along the river will join in the January of 1959, RADM LADDER
first NAS Jax WAVE Chief Petty Officer to com-
trip to the Station. At the out- Clark's duties have been wide
plete 20 Naval service will be piped over the sideat
set of the show, all boats, big and varied.He years
and small, will pass by and be With Civilian! 0900 on Friday, June 29. She is Kay M. Warr, SKC, of
was graduated from An- the Supply Department.
introduced, including outboards, napolis in 1927, serving aboard Chief Warr entered the Navyin
inboards sailboats search The following 16 NAS Jax civilian -
canoes, ,
several ships prior to being de- October 1942 with the first
and rescue boats and other spe- employees have been pro- FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION
signated a Naval Aviator in 1935.It group of women Naval Reserve
cial crafts. moted in accordance with theStation's
was pilots from his unit, volunteers. She was sent to Indiana -
Merit Promotion Pro-
Demonstrations b y various VP-14 in Hawaii, that were said University at Bloomington,
crafts, a reckless driving affair, to be instrumental in sinking the gram. Ind., for training and indoctrin-
There will be a special meet-
boarding techniques, vessel on first enemy submarine followingthe Promoted at Overhaul and Re- ation. Since the WAVES were
fire, ski demonstration and skills, attack on Pearl Harbor. pair Department were: Louis J. ing tonight starting at 2000 to just being organized there was
elect officers for Branch 91,
boat inspections, and searchandrescue Bar i ilia, Supervisory Aircraft not a boot camp as such at a
demonstrations by the Before taking over the Norfolk Fleet Reserve Association. The
Quality Control Specialist, GS- naval station.
command, he served as the Exe- meeting will be held at the club-
Navy and Coast Guard are on
12 to same, GS-13; Ernest O. She spent six years at the
cutive
Assistant and Senior Aideto house 8554 Roosevelt Blvd and
the agenda. The Boat Safety I Carter from Inspector (A/C As- Bureau of Supplies and Accountsin
the Chief of Naval Operations: free refreshments will be served
Queen and her court will also be
sembly) to Aircraft Inspection Cleveland after her training.
commanded
a carrier division following the meeting.
introduced. and later the Naval Air Test Specialist, GS-9; Alton W. Cole- From there she was sent to

Among the clubs participatingwill I Center at Patuxent River, Md. wey from Inspector (A/C Air- Officers elected tonight for the Washington, D.C., and thence to
be the Navy JAX Sailing frames) to Aircraft Quality Con- coming branch and unit year Instructors School at Norfolk,

Club. Other groups include Du- trol Specialist, GS-9; Donald D. will be installed at a joint installation Virginia.The .

val County Sheriff's Office, Elks NADOContinued Field, from Inspector (A/C Elec- and dinner-dance to be storekeeper chief taught

Boating Club, Gator Outboard ( from page 1)) tronic Systems) to Electronic held on Saturday, July 7, at the many hundreds of boot WAVESat

Club, Florida Yacht Club, Jax checkage of $57.90. Equipment Inspection Specialist, Hotel Roosevelt in downtown USNTC, Great Lakes, Ill., and

Beaches Outboard Club, Jax First Class or Chief Petty Of- GS-9; John J. Garvey, from Air- Jacksonville.For USNTC Bainbridge, Md., duringher

Outboard Club, Jax Jetty Jumpers ricers with three dependents occupying craft Mechanic (General) to tour of instructor duty.
Jax Water Ski Club, Nep- Ass t. Production C6ntrolman this event, cocktails will Later she was asigned to
tune Angels, Orange Park Boat- a three bedroom unit in (Aircraft Mechanic) (General) ; be served at 1800, followed by USNAAS Whiting Field and

ting Club, Rudder Club, Sem- Dewey Park are credited with a Robert L. Haid, from Mechanic dinner at 1830. The joint instal- NAS Pensacola, Fla. before

inole Canoe Club, Trout River BAQ of $96.90 and will have a Engineer Industrial Equipment), lation will start at 2000 and be coming to Jacksonville, in 1960.

Ski Club, U. S. Coast Guard rent checkage of $72.60. GS-9 to same, GS-11; Cyrus H. followed by an address by Rear Upon her retirement, Chief

Auxiliary, U.S. Power Squadron King, from Asst. Production Admiral Joseph M. Carson, Com- Warrand, her husband, Tavy

Marine Dealers Association, Control (Aircraft Mechanic Gen- mander Fleet Air, Jacksonville. Warr, BMC (ret), plan to spend
Jax-Duval Safety Council, and eral) to Production Controlman Dancing will start at 2130. some time just vacationing.

the U. S. Navy. (AMG) ; John C. Ostertag Jr., Tickets for the event may be
M from Aircraft Examiner to Air- purchased from all branch and NATTU's Patton Takes

1rhflr ;4t craft Quality Control Specialist, unit officers and from the Boardof
NAVSTRIPContinued GS-9; Charles O. Weiser, from Directors. Schoolmaster HonorsA

( from page 1)) Aircraft Mechanic (General) to
return of material to the supply Ass t. Production Controlman Naval Air Technical Train-

system.In (Aircraft Mechanic (General) ); TEAMWORKContinued ing Unit instructor won out over

addition, they have rewritten Joseph L. Pierotti, from Aircraft ( from page 1)) all but two of 2,800 instructorsin
the Supply Manual of n Cleaner to Toolroom Attendant. as 50 per cent. Chief Naval Air Technical

internal operations. This Manual, On June 20, the 89-foot fuse- Training's "Schoolmaster of the

in ten volumes, details just what 1Fyf Promoted in the Supply De- lage, together with the two 33- Year" competition, and he tied
partment were: Doris M. Bowen foot wing sections, 12-foot with of
each supply component and oper- engines one them.
ator must do to make NAVSTRIPwork. from Clerk Typist, GS-3 to and wing tanks, was hoist- David L. Patton, AE1, tied for
Stock Control Clerk, GS-4 and ed aboard the second in
Mayport barge, the 19 June competition -
Mary P. Holdforth, from Stock and workers
Supply Department at
Memphis Naval Air Sta-
The Task Force has also con-
Control Clerk, GS-3 to same secured the aircraft for tion after
move- winning the NATTU
ducted classes during April, May, GS4.In .
and June using material devel- ment. competition in December.
the Miscellaneous Upon arrival at Mayport, the "Naval Air Technical Training
oped by the Force and they have } groups
identified all of the existing elec- those promoted were: WilliamM. disjoined Neptune was lifted on Command Certificate of Ac-

tronic data processing programs a Harmon Jr., from Warehouseman board the aircraft carrier USS complishment is awarded DavidL.
Saratoga (CVA-60)) to wait Patton AE1
until in recognitionof
which must (
adjust some 100)) Supply Department to Fire-
June 25 for the last leg of its his outstanding performanceas
and which must be
new ones
fighter (Structural
), GS-4 Se- to Norfolk.In .
voyage an instructor. In competitionwith
written (some 15)).
curity Department; Herbert L. sumarizing the accomplish 2,800 instructors, he was
Finally the Task Force has
,
Ellis, from Supvy. Firefighter ment of transporting the P2V selected as a Finalist in the annual -
arranged for Gordon King, Su-
under these conditions, CWO4A. Naval Air Technical Traini
(Airfield), GS-8 Operations De- -
pervisor, Technical Division, to 1 t bx
ALAS B. i Command
Reynolds, Supply Traffic g Schoolmaster
give presentations to requisitioners partment; Kay T. Wright from
Officer, said, "No single department Competition held at the Naval
which tell them how to requisition Clerk
Stenographer GS-3 Industrial
-
could have managedthe Air Station, Memphis, Tennesseeon
material in order to VEGAS IMPORT Relations Dept. to same, task alone. It necessitatedthe 19 June 1962". It was signedby
that there is no delay in
assure French dancer Claudine
Long. GS-4 and Marian L. Rear Admiral
; C.
McGreevy, full cooperation of the departments Joseph
customer requisitions.
processing et is one of the latest additionsto Clifton
Activities desiring such a pre- the long line of beauties Statistical Clerk, GS-3 O&R De- involved all 0 f ,CNATECHTRA.Patton who has been stationedat .

sentation may contact him at who have brightened Nevada's partment to Clerk, GS-4 Admin- whom demonstrated outstanding NATTU since April of 1959,

Ext. 621. famed pleasure spots. istration Dept., examples of team work," also received a trophy.Pagel .


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June 1962
JAX AIR NEWS pace 8


Marines Cop r 1.c League Runners NamedAdmin



June Pistol Topples



Match HereMarine NARTtJ NineNARTU


Aviation Detachment fell victim to Admin last Tuesday night and

pistol shooters swept nine first had their National, League softball standing blemished bya

in the monthly pistol loss.
places matches held here last Sundayat The win for Admin safely placed them in the League's

second place slot with a win-loss record of 15-4. The loss
the NAS pistol range. .c
had effect the leader's which was
no on league position
local and \41
Of the many regional \ then 16-1.

law enforcement officers, Navy 4
It was the first of two games
and Marine Corps Iron Man
J Trophy.
person- ,
the Adminers played that night,
nel plus some civilian shooters .' Following this the win-
,
game
::. ,,' \ losing the second one to AF679th,
taking part, GYSGT C. L. Mor- .. .\ ". ners will meet to determine the
12-10.
!
; i
rison took first place in the .;:4 i. .".... .Y \' Station Champions.All .
." off the first contest,
fj Starting
Master's Class with the .22, .38, ..... .j'" t playoff will be
t"li' < '..' :'::+.'." ., Bob Imbergano (cf) and Don games
and .45 caliber matches. He also :f '. .' J4 Field loca-
.> ,.. played on Enterprise ,
<.w. ,,:. North (sb) hit back to back
placed first in the aggregate to- : r. ted east of Mustin Rd., between
.
'l.f.: : singles in the first inning set-
Saratoga and Enterprise streets'
tals.MSGT Vernon Knox, compet- ..............,.:..+..".....:..0.-, ook-woo' .,j ting up the first two Admin tallies -
for first baseman Sid Kra-
ing in the Expert Class, won PISTOL EXPERT Marine SGT D. P. Miller has the
first place in the .45 caliber and Expert Pistol Badge pinned on him by Major M. A. Hill Executive mer who belted a double down
Officer of the Marine Aviation, Detachment here at the thirdbase line. BOWLINGLEAGUE
first in the 1800 aggregate match
NATTUnit. Miller, an instructor In the AE School, was the NARTU
As for gainedtwo
by taking second place in both high shooter of personnel qualifying with the .45 caliber pistol they
the .22 and .38 caliber Center last Friday, firing a 377. runs in the first, two in the
Fire matches. third and one in the fourth inn-

Winner of the Marksman Class ings.Bill

.22 caliber, .45 caliber Center JAX AIRNEWS Ragg was the winning STANDINGSIn

Fire match, plus second in the SPORTSTennis pitcher, going all seven innings,

.38 caliber Center Fire match while the NARTU squad tried to -

and first in the 188 aggregatewas halt Admin's advance using the first night of the IM

CAPT John G. Howard. both Thomas Lynch and Harold Bowling League roll-offs on

Golden unsuccessfully on the Monday, Spades Aces, the Am-

50 Milers Join Tourney Goes mound.It erican League winner, beat the
was definitely a fielder'sgame runners-up of the Continental
.
'Stay Fit' RosterFive as there were only two League, the Pay Masters, 4-0.
strikeouts during the game-one The Continental Winning Owl

more names have been included To Gaskill, VA44Dick by Ragg, the other by Lynch. Hoots and the National League

runners-up, the Strikes drew a
the roster of 50-Mile
on Gaskill of VA-44 continued his dominance of local the Amer-
Swimmers here at NAS. five matches It's all over in the race for 2-2 tie. Runners-up in
tennis last week as he moved swiftly through
ican League, the Play Boys,
the of the 1962
playoff positions
They John Casados instructor and took the ComFairDetJax singles championship before.
are: an took a 4-0 win over the National
IM Softball Season with the
at NATTU; R. A. Almos, teaming up with John Sutor, also of VA-44, and winning the two teams of the American, and League winner, Supply.

a NATTU student; P. L. O'Cal- doubles_ championship.In National Leagues battling it out These were the only results
lapham, a Special Services life- I winning the singles, LT available at press time.
the diamonds tonight and tomorrow
on -
guard; J. J. Shields, a NAS life- Gaskill lost only eight games in Swim Classes night for the NAS Jax The roll-offs will continue into

water safety instructor. his five matches, four of thoseto Championship.In next week, at which time the

This brings the total numberof Sutor in the finals. winners will appear in the July
The VA-44 entry of Gaskill Neat To the first game at 1900, the
50-milers to 10 since the pro- Way 5 edition of the Air News.
American winners VA-
and Sutor had easy sailing in League ,
cram was begun: by the Red Cross 44 will clash against Admin, the
last March. the doubles as they moved Beat The HeatMothers
quickly to the finals and defeated National League runners-up. Tennis Team SoughtFor

a team from HatWing 1, 6-3, 1 Is the kiddies' swim- They will be followed by

Golf 6-2 for the crown. ming pool just a little small in NARTU, the National League District Tourney
League
In team points VA-44 swept cumference for you to join winners, slugging it out with the Personal interested in tryingout

the meet with 35 points. VA-36 them in cooling off during this American League runners-up, for the Jax Navy Tennis
VAP62.On Team which will be entered in
StandingsThe came in second with 7. summer heat?
Earlier this year Gaskill had' Why not feel l really cool-not Friday, at 1900, the losersof the Sixth Naval District Tourna-

first round of the IM Golf won the NAS singles champion- cooked by enrolling yourself the aforementioned games ment at Pensacola, Fla., July

p'avoffs' will get underway at ship and teamed with Rupert and youngsters in the All Sum- will playoff for the third and 26-29, apply for registrationwith

1300 today with A/C Maint, the Brooke of VA-15 for the doubles. mer Red Cross Swimming classes fourth positions in the softball the NAS Athletic Director

American League winners play- I seing conducted here at NAS in standings for points toward the : at the Mainside gym.

ing against the National League the refreshing waters of the In-

runners-up, the Marines. Com- Suns Return door Pool.

Fair Jax, the National League The courses began June 11 and ,i..
winner will also play the win- since then over 286 students ) '
;
ner of a playoff between Supplyand Home For 8On ranging in ages three on up !i@iij "

Hospital "A" which was in have been enrolled in the various '
'
progress at time. 3 ,
press July stages of water safety. ;
On Monday, June 2, the two Information toward enrollmentcan : ,;:;:

winners and runners-up will The Jacksonville Suns, who I I be obtained at the Red Cross '. .,. ."

meet to determine the. Station could be billed as the "Road Field Director's office next to :: >" "
GilJrItt
Champions, second, third and Runners." Hue to their fantastic he Station bank.

fourth places. road record, return home next i "
# : :;
Wednesday to open an eight- .
,.
Scuba Classes To 'i'i'j .. :'
game home stand. & -Jt '.

Cecil Field Invites The league-leading Suns, Begin July 11 At "' ,, .
whose top spot was threatenedfor \ :: "

All// Hands To HopAn a while by Buffalo and Tor- Central YMCAA 'I' !1f ',

entertain Richmondand :
All Hands Dance will onto, will skin and scuba diving class ,

climax the NAS Cecil Field Columbus. The Yankees'farmhands will begin at the Central Branch : --'- .

10th Anniversary celebrationon of Richmond pull YMCA on July 11. ':: v
Into town July 3 for a four- consist of six i :
30. The The course will
Saturday June
dance will be, held in Bldg. game series, including a doubleheader sessions, stressing safety factors ,l',(,>,1,1, :
4th. The Columbus .
313, Cecil from 2000 to 0100. on July and skills that are necessary for ,. .:t ,*!' ,;;,1;;:: < ,i., .
breeze into Jax to
Jets opena :
.:
the novice scuba diver. The classis
Ralph Flanagan and his orchestra 'i*
.
setto on July 6th,
four-game
will be featured along open to both men and women, J' f '
with the Four Aces. with a double-header slated for 15 years of age and up. : : l

Tickets for the dance are the 7th.Single. Phone EL 5-5471, the YMCA, I ',, '_. t ,.:". .
games start at 1930, .... ;;
now on sale here at NAS Spe- double-headers at 1800 and Sun- and enroll now. :..<,'iI1.J:
cial Services, Bldg. 704 at >
$1.00 day games at 1800. Nature is wonderful. A mil- .. ..' ;,.,,,
for enlisted men, $1.50 Tickets to all Suns home lion years ago she didn't even

for CPOs and $2.00 for offi- games are on sale at the NAS know we would eventually learnto POLLYWOG PADDLERS-Tim Ashby. Special Services'

cers. Female guests and Wavesin Special Services Office, Bldg. skate. Yet look at the con- lifeguard, teaches a young beginner the art of swimming dux-
( civilian clothes) will be Ing a class at the NAS Indoor PooL These courses, being conducted
reduced rates for service- venient place she put our shock
704 at
admitted free. during the summer months, can be enrolled in by calling
men. absorbers. or visiting the Red Cross Director's Office, Dldg. 39. Ext 552.



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I Movie Guide I) : 'Navy' :Wives ,



Thursday, June 28 Corner

Mainside-Escape from Zah-
I
rain; 1900 only.NATTUnitGuns, Navy Wives Club No. 86 held

of Navarone; their social meeting on June 20

1900 only. in the Dewey Park Clubhouse.Mrs. .

Hospital-Walk on the Wild C. Brennan was installed as

Side; 1900 only. L a new member.For .

Friday June 29 the convenience of work-

Mainside-The Alamo; 1900 Wives
ing mothers, the Navy

only. Nursery announces the followingrates

NATTUnit-Escape from Zah- for Navy personnel and

rain; 1900 only. civilian workers' children: one

Hospital-Guns of Navarone; and two children, $6.25 per

1900 only. 'week; three children $3.15 per

Saturday June 30 i k..uon@xka: >.:ouSwftSdjia raoa;.. day. The above is for a 10 hour

Mainside -Sergeants Three; HANDS ACROSS THE SEA-The U. S. Navy greeted the Ecuadorian Navy last Friday when day, five days per week with

1900 only. RADM Luis Comet C. (ret.) (second from left), former Chief of Naval Operations of the,",Ecuadorian lunch included,
NATTUnit-The Alamo; 1900 Navy and CDR Francisco Guzman F. (extreme right). Assistant Director of Material for Mrs. G. Jones and Mrs. W.
only. the Ecuadorian Navy, visited NAS. Welcoming them aboard were RADM Joseph M. Carson (sec
ond from right) ComFairJax and ComNabSix and CAPT James R. Compton (left), NAS Jax Commanding King were' hostesses for the
Hospital-Escape from Zahrain; Officer. The Ecuadorian officers were in Jax in conjunction with commiisionng ceremon evening of games and prizes.An .
1900 only. ies for six ships turned over to the Republic of Ecuador by the United States at Gibbs Shipyards anniversary luncheon was
Sunday July 1 Inc. on June 16. Accompanying the Ecuadorians was E. H. Fletcher (center) president of Gibbl.I held yesterday at the Clubhouseto

Mainside-Man in the Net; I celebrate our local charters'

1400 and 1900.NATTUnitSergeants. NX Opens 15th year. Guest of honor was
BuPers List Of
Three; Prepares Mrs. J. R. Compton, Club's CoSponsor -
1400 and 1900.HospitalThe.
"Speed Line"Station Also present were Mrs.R. .

Alamo; 1900 Mullinnix, President NWC

only. I TodayThe No. 121 and Mrs. D. Livingston,

Monday July 2 Leadership PublicationsThe Vice-President, Mrs. J. Casino,

Mainside-Geranimo; 1900 only Grand Opening of the President NWC No. 201 and

NATI'Unit-Man in the Net; new "speed line" Navy Exchange I Mrs. M. Welch, VicePresident.The .

1900 only. Service Station will Bureau of Naval Person- discusses next meeting will be on

Hospital-Sergeants Three; be held at 1000 today, NX officials nel has prepared a new list of leadership principlesand July 11th at the Dewey Park
founda
their
1900 only. announced this week. books and movies that may be psychological
Clubhouse. All enlisted men's
tlons.: includedon
" Tuesday, July 3 I' The station is .located on used to further the leadership Suggestions, are, wives are invited to be there at
writing speaking personnel
Mainside-Exodus; 1900 only. Allegheny Rd., between Bir- efforts of the various divisionsmd I 1930.
counselling, and the handling of
NATTUnit-Geranimo; 1900 mingham and Mayfield Sts., departments throughout the
problems of discipline and
only. near the Station's South Gate. Navy,

' Hospital-Man in the Net; 1900 I It will offer more conven- Much of the material is brand morale. :

only. ient and faster service to new and will be available in the The Correspondence Course Classified :

.' Wednesday July 4 I authorized NX patrons since near future, such as the United uses information taken from
.
General Order 21 The Armed
; '
c
Mainside-Naked Maja; 1900 only gas and oil may be pur- States Navy Leadership Manual,
which is Forces Officer, and Principlesand FOR SALE
only. chased there. 'expected to be distri-

NATTUnit-Exodus; 1900 only.I buted in August. Problems of Naval Leader Ortega Hilli-3 bdrm, 2 bath., lowdown
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New Polaris Sub TenderThe movies mentioned earlier their
The Navy's annual contest to Othervaluable publications are Pensacola, Fla.

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THIS 'N THAT
Personnel are advised by the
Ride-from Arlington or Southside
Notice that until the Post Office
0800-1630; Ext. 8246.
withdraws the present temporaryban
Riders-from Jax beach to NAS, 0800-
on sending money orders to
1630, contact Chief Hewitt; Ext. 524.
the Philippines, money may He

transmitted by using the facili- A Texas soldier playing poker

}., : I ties of any international bank with some English servicemen,

American Express office, or any drew four aces.

Western Union office.If "One pound," ventured the

personnel wish to send fundsto Englishman on his right."I .
6ND CHAMPION KEGLERS-The NAS Bowling Team which won the 1962 6ND Champion the Philippines they should don't know how you-all
ship receive their individual trophies from CAPT James R. Compton. NAS Commanding Officer.
(left to right) Ken TherrelL HMC. CAPT Complon. LT Walt Zaborniak.; Bob Cowan. AOC and consider the possibilities of mak- count your money," drawled the

Bob Gunter. A03. Gunter went on to win fhe South Atlantic.Regionals and a trip to Pearl Har ing out a military allotment, the Texan "but. I'll raise you a
bor. Hawaii where he played in the All-Navy rolloffs. Notice advised. ton."