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Creation Date: July 5, 1962
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P/y/ LIBRARY




280 Years $er'rle






SpansloConflicts



j t k a .
Over 280 years of Naval and Marine Corps service, span-

ing an era of two conflicts, WWII and Korean, were broughtto

a close last Friday, when eight Naval officers, two Ma-

rine Corps officers, a Marine gunnery sergeant and two

chief petty officers retired at ceremonies held at NASa

d NATTU areas.

The Air Station officers and chief

petty officers were honored at
traditional piping over the side Senate Passes

ceremonies held at the Admini-


LiiJ[ stration gratulated Building by CAPT and were James con-R. BAQ Hike BillThe

Compton, NAS Commanding Of-

: i ficer. Senate has passed the

The retiring NATTUnit officers quarters pay hike for membersof
the armed services and sent
SERVICE CAREERS END-This group of officers and chief petty officers were piped over and men were paid tribute at the legislation back to the House

the side last Friday by G. R. Wesenberg. BM2 of the Station MAA Force after receiving congratulations the Unit's monthly Captain's In- for consideration of amendments.The .
from CAPT James R. Compton. NAS CO upon completion of their 20 years respectively spection.
of Naval and Marine Corps service. (L to R) front row LCDR Gordon W. Jones RATCC Watch Officers retiring from N A S bill-HR 11221-as passedby
Officer: Kay M. Warr. SKC. Supply Dept.j (second row) LCDR Anderson V. Show en. Office of the Senate calls for an effec-
Assistant Industrial Manager: LTCOL Duane Fultz. USMC, CO NAS Marine Barracks (back row) with over 20 years Naval or Ma- tive date of Jan. I, 1963. Th.

R. M. Shaw, ADJC. Aircraft Maintenance Maintenance Dept. and LT John T. Williss, Adminstra- rine Corps service were: CDR House version calls for an effective -
tion Dept. Other officers retiring but not shown are CDR Alex Mclnnis Jr.. Service Information Alex Mclnnis Jr.. Service Information .
Officer and CDR Ferdinand J. Officer. 5. date of Oct. I. 1962.
Plumer Special Projects (more etirements on page ) Officer. CDR Ferdin.
The bill also carries an amend.
----- -- and J. Plumer, Special Projects
ment to delete that section which
Officer LCDR Gordon W. Jones
would have made permanent the
RATCC Watch Officer: LT JohnT.
Dependents Assistance Act.
Williss. Administration
Depart. A spokesman for the House
ment; LTCOL Duane US-
Fults.
JDK Armed Services Committee said
MC, Commanding Officer, Marine
the legislation would now be
Barracks and LCDR Anderson V.
"discussed" by the House sub
Showen Office of Assistant In.
committee headed by Rep. L.
dustrial Manager, Morris St.
Mendel Rivers (D-S.C.) and then
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NAS Chief Petty Officers KayM. referred to the full committee for

Vol. 20 No. 14 U.S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 5 July 1962 Warr, SKC (first Wave CPOto action.At .

retire at NAS, Jax) and R. M. this point it is impossible to

Shaw, ADJC, were also piped anticipate when the measure will

Instruction Outlines New over the side after completing 20 be cleared by both the House and

years Naval service at the Friday the Senate and sent to President

(Continued on page 5. col..1)) Kennedy it was stated.


I Rules For Wearing Of 'Civies' Coast Guard I Unit- Begins



Rules regarding the wearing of
Park but they may not wear civilian suitable lenght and size with shirtor

station civilian have clothing been aboard modified the ac air clothing to and from work. activities.The blouse. in the Navy Exchange 8th Year Of Training Sun.

cording to a recent NAB Jax After working hours, duringthe
notice pointed out that the
Instruction. normal work week and on
weekends enlisted personnel in wearing of civilian clothing is The first contingent of some 300 men who will train

Civilian clothing may be con an offduty status, when not engaged conditional upon personnel con with the Coast Guard Reserve Training Detachment this
tinued to be worn while on authorize -
in athletics, are expectedto ducting themselves properly. The summer will arrive here this Sunday, July 8. This will be

leave or liberty, except be in the uniform of the day. privilege may be revoked if it is the eighth consecutive summer that the Coast Guard Reserve -

when checking in or out from in abused, it was stated. has come to the Air Station for it's
_oitVicr.... -a*. fVio...- .MAR... DffiWr_._._ -nf- ..ViDay's .- Military personnel pay training.
grades E.4 and above however .. ,'. ...
Office, it was stated. The men, many of whom are
u I
may wear civilian attire duringthe
When personnel are going on I college students during the rest
conduct of personal businessor
or returning from leave or lib. when escorting authorized rI of the year, will train here for

erty attired in civilian clothing : two weeks. There will be four
guests about the station. attending
directly different groups. They are from
to
they are required proceed
church if
between their barracks or movies. theyare the Seventh Coast Guard District
: or
enlisted and the in a liberty or leave status. which is basically the same as

the station quarters with certain gatesof The notice further pointed out 6ND plus the areas of San Juan
exception /
said the notice. that when civilian clothing is. I and the Virgin Islands.
worn it should be appropriate attire While here the trainees will
Enlisted personnel residing I that will not bring discredit
undergo practical training to enhance
aboard the station or in the De-
upon the Naval service. There their mobilization readiness

wey Park housing may kept civilian fore, civilian dungarees "levis," I ( and improve the effficiencyof

clothing in enlisted quart. wash khaki, with or without the reservists in their special

ers on the station or in Dewey cuffs, may be worn only when

personnel are hunting, fishing or ties.This training will include underway -

CAPT's doing "dirty work." Clothes of training in practical sea-

InspectionSet this type are not to be worn on manship, familiarization and fir-

Tomorrow or off the Station stated the ing of the M-l rifle, .45 Cal. pis-

notice. 4IJ tol, and the riot gun. Classes will
Commanding Officer's Inspection -
Women personnel may not / be held in the use of radiac
will be held on the
wear shorts or bathing suits L equipment, monitoring and decontamination -
parade ground at YorktownAve.
when entering or leaving the Air procedure, and riot
.
and Gillis St. tomorrow,
Station on foot or in public vehicles control.
July 6 at 0900.
it affirmed. Each Reserve Training Group
was They may
The uniform for all handsis
shorts will also simulate Captain of the
Full Dress Whites. The Marines wear or bathing suit, if
will dress as directedby properly covered by beach robes, .4 Port mobilization. When condi-

Commanding Officers Marine if riding in private automobiles.In tions permit the groups will per
form actual on the job functions
Barracks. addition, servicewomen in
_
with COTP Jax personnel.
This inspection will be in pay grades E-4 and above are jflRST TO GET GASSED-But only in the petrol sense of
Commander William II. Main,
preparation for the ComSix permitted to wear shorts of aNA the word is Paul Riffle Airman 1/C, USAF. of AF679th as he
Administrative Ins p e c t ion draws the first gasoline from the tanks of the new "Speedy who is serving his sixth year as

which will be held later in TTU Honormen Line" service station following the ribbon-cutting ceremonies Commanding Officer, cited the
last Thursday. Station attendant Lohnes Van Wagner makes outstanding cooperation and sup-
All hands
July. not actuallyon H. Vonrueden AA, AE "A"School89.73. the sale. Riffle was treated to coffee and donuts as part of the port accorded to the group by the
watch, will fall-in with NX celebration of the opening of their new structure. The various NAS departments and
.. regimental muster set at 0830 facility, located on Allegheny Rd. between Birmingham and
and Officer's call at 0845. Pvt. J. W. Kendrew, AO "A" Mayfield Sts. will offer more rapid service since only gas ah3 station units during summer
School7997. oil may be purchased there. (Continued on page 5f col. 5)IT )

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CIVIL SERVICENews Station Traffic J -S



Violation RecordThe HAS, Jecbonvili.
In ReviewThe
CAPT J. I. Comptoft co..xr a nq OHke,
following is a report of CDR W.1w J. chub .Executive Offk.r
motor vehicle accidents and fleet Air JKltaonvlO. NAB 6ND
Federal Government's retirement five" average salary times 5 traffic violations for the period ADM Joeeph M. CanoA .. Commander
system for its employeesis years of service, plus (b) 1,75 CAlT Virant Ca.ey Chl.f of Staff
one of the best features of its percent of your "high-five" salary June 2430. "..t Ait Wing EI.ven
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis CAPT Gilbert J. ,r.u.nMfm Command.
,
modern .
employment system.A times years of service over .
Andrew H. Cowart -chief
CAPT ---- st.ff
5 and up to 10, plus (c) 2 per- week (June 23-30)) .".6 Navel Air Technical Training Unit Ofhc?

modest deduction from pay- cent of your "high-five" salary Through June 1961 ..114 CAPT HartMI D. All.e Commanding OfficII

check gives you protection in times years of service over 10. NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE CDI fugene P. V.d.ry Executive Off cw
case of disability, will provide for Naval Hospital
LAST INJURY IN MOTOR
your family in case of death, For example, an employee retiring CAPT J. M. H.nner Convnanding Officer
VEHICLE ACCIDENT ."21 CAPT Stephan H. Tolin- _Executive
and will pay you an annuity in at 62 after 25 years of Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Officer

later years. You should acquaint service with a "high-five" aver- NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. Commending Officer

yourself with what you are entitled age salary of $5,000, would have week (June 23-30)) .48 CDIt William M. Mill., Executive Officer

to as a member of the retirement basic annuity figured this way: Speeding ".." ". .."... .. 12 Printed commerlcally with non-appropriated fund In Jacksonville, Florid it I Iv
Reckless Driving ... ... .. ...2 expense to the government and In compliant with NAVEXOS P-35 Rtv July!
system. 1.5% 5 375. "
x $5,000 x = $ 1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air I
1.75% x $5,000 x 5437.50 Running Stop Sign '" 3 Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing
Your retirement deductions are 2% x $5,000 x 15- 1,500. Others ... ,....", .., ....... .. .33 I II I, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hotpltal. '

6.5 percent of your salary, and Yearly basic annuity $2,312.50 Thirty eight drivers appeared Andrew H. Planey Assistant Service Information Officer
each agency pays into the retire- Editor-Mas Spencer, J01; Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone JOI; Staff-Robert |
($193 monthly). before the Traffic Hearing
ment fund an amount equal to Doddi, SA, Ruth Anne Roberts SA.
Board at the meeting held on Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and I Irv |
each deductions. This
employee's A substitute formula for figur-
July 2, 1962. Disposition of the ernational Councils of Industrial Editors.
money, together with the interestit ing any part of ajl parts of the cases include the following: The lax Air News I la a member of the Armed Force Press Service. Materiel I Ieppearlng
earns, is used to help finance first formula may be used. It is In this publication can be reprinted providing credit I I. given. Photo-
two lost driving and parking graphs unless otherwise credited official U.S:
the retirement system. 1 percent of the "high-five" are Navy Photographs.
privileges aboard the Station, Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone I
WHEN YOU MAY RETIRE- average salary plus $25 times six were assigned to remedial extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216.
of service. This formula is
years
You must retire at age 70 after driving instructions, 19 received -
used whenever it will
produce a
15 or more years of service. suspended penalties, six
You may retire at the ages higher rate of annuity than any were given warnings, two
part (a), (d), or (c) of the first
shown in this article with at were dismissed, and three Liberty vs Communism l lLIBERTY
formula. Its use produces a higher
least the amount of Federal serv- were referred to command officers -
rate of annuity only in the
ice shown. for possible disciplinaryaction.
lower salary ranges.A .
Most military service counts .

towards retirement, but in all person retiring at 60 after 30 BEWARE OF HIDDEN FOR ALL MANKINDThe end that every individual and

cases an employee must have had years of service with a "high- TRAFFIC HAZARDS Twentieth century saw the' every organ of society. .shall

at least 5 years of civilian serv- five" average salary of $4,000, Traffic dangers are not always development of the concepts of strive by teaching and education

ice in order to be eligible for re- would have his basic annuity plainly visible. Serious accidents national freedom 'and the liber- to promote respect for these

tirement. figured as follows: Notice that occur on streets and ties of the individual raised to rights and freedoms. ."

HOW ANNUITIES ARE COM- the substitute formula is used roads that SEEM to be safe, the global level. The 30 articles of the "Declara

PUTED-Your basic is for the first 5- year period. Thatis but have some hidden hazard. Woodrow Wilson, in an addressto tion of Human Rights" are basedon
annuity
because it is to the employee's The hazard is often concealed the U.S.-Senate in 1917, enunciated (1) "recognition of the inherent
computed on the basis of lengthof
service and "high-five" advantage to do so. by some partial obstruction the doctrine of "self-det dignity and of the equal and
aver-
age salary. Your "high-five" ((1% x $4,000))+ $25 x 5= $325 to view like a ermination," or the right of inalienable rights of all membersof

"trap" to catch the unwaryas every people to determine its the human family ( ) the
as
average salary is the average of 1.75% x $4,000 x 5= 350
; A lone billboard on an own government and way of foundation of freedom justice and

otherwise vacant corner; a development. This principle he peace of the world; ((2)) the

Age Earliest Years Service of Remarks clump of bushes or a line of later incorporated into his famous "four freedoms;" ((3)) "human

62 5 Annuity reduced for age trees; a filling station or other "Fourteen Points," which ,rights protected by the rule
60 30 building; parked vehicles at formed the basis upon which he of law."

55 30 Annuity reduced for age a corner; or a slope, cut, or believed a lasting peace could be
50 20 Must be involuntarily sep- high bank along the roadway.For established after WWI. An unprecedent step toward international -
erated: annuity reduced if enforcement of human
Example: A motor vehicle President Franklin D. Roose-
under age 60. rights was taken in September
any 25 Must be involuntarily separated driver, proceeding rapidly velt stressed freedom of the individual 1958 when Courtof
; annuity reduced if along a smoth and seserted for all men in an address European
Human Rights was established.
under age 60 road, suddenly slowed down, to the Congress on Jan. 6. 1941,
any 5 Must be totally disabled This Court, designed to protect
as he approached a cross-road. when he declared: "In the future
certain basic individual
Just ahead of him, a farm days which we seek to make
the basic salary you earned dur- 2% x $4,000 x 20- 1,600 truck, that had been hiddenby secure we look forward to a world rights, was created under the
ing the highest 5 consecutive "Convention for the Protectionof
some bushes, popped out founded upon four essential human
years of civilian service. Yearly basic annuity $2,275 of the intersection and cut freedoms." These four free Human Rights and Fundamental

Your basic annuity will be reduced ($190 monthly). across the highway. doms were: Freedoms," signed at

because of retiring before The basic annuities shown will Asked why he had decidedto Rome on Nov. 4, 1950, by mem-

60, choosing to name a survivor be reduced if, for example, you slow down, the driver said: ". freedom of speech and expression bers of the 15-nation Council of

annuitant, or failing to depositfor chose to name a survivor 'annui- "Because I couldn't see what everywhere in the Europe. This is how it works:

service during which no tant.MINIMUM MIGHT BE behind those bush world. A Human Rights Commission

deductions were taken from your ANNUITY FOR es." ". .. freedom of every person to receives complaints from individuals

salary. It will not be reduced for DISABILITY RETIREMENT This kind of caution-just worship God in his own way organizations and nations

age, however, in cases of disability If you retire for disability, you "common sense"-can prevent everywhere in the world. about alleged violations of uh-

retirement. Basic annu- are guaranteed a minimum basic many accidents. ". freedom from want man rights by member govern

ity is limited to 80 percent of annuity which amounts to the 1. Look ahead continuallywhile which, translated into world ments. Any dispute the Commission

your "high-five" average salary. less of: (a) 40 percent of your driving and examine the terms, means economic under- is unable to settle may be

You can increase your retire- "high-five" average salary or (b) roadway for "hidden" hazards. standings which will secure to referred to the new Court, whichis

ment income by buying additional the amount of an annuity figuredas 2. Slow down whenever it every nation a healthy, peacefullife empowered to make decisions

annuity through voluntary shown about after increasingyour SEEMS there might be danger. for its inhabitants-every- that are binding on the govern-

contributions; should you serve by the period from the date 3. Always expect the "unex- where in the world. ment concerned.It .

more than the time required to of seperation to age 60. This pected." ". freedom from fear-which, was a historic occasion on
provide the 80 percent rate, deductions guaranteed minimum does not
translated into of
world terms, Oct. 3, 1960 when the Court
withheld thereafter will apply if you are already 60 when means a worldwide reduction of Human Rights received its first

purchase additional annuity for you retire of if it is less than 4, 6 Year Re Ups armaments to such a point and case-the complaint of one Richard

you.Your your "earned" annuity obtained in such a thorough fashion thatno V. Lawless against the Irish

yearly basic annuity will under the regular formula mentioned Total Eleven At nation will be in a position Republic for being held five
(
be (a) 1.5 percent of your "high- above.
to commit any act of aggression months without charge or trial

NAS Jax in June against any neighbor-anywhere The Irish Government agreed to
CATHOLIC in the world."
appear in the case.Pane .
LSPWPROTESTANT Sunday During the month of June, 11 After several years of study and
NAS enlisted men reenlisted. debate the
Human
Rights ]
Commission
0630-Naval Hospital Chapel Those signing up for four years of the United Nations- 12hyrne s of Ihe Times

0900-1200-St. Edwards Chapel were: John V. Love, ARDC; Social and Economic Commission
0830 John R. McCallum, AT2, and drew 'jvo| GOLD
-Holy Communion, All Weekdays up a list of fundamental LOSS''
Saints' Charles J. Glaration, AECP1. rights that '
Chapel0930Naval 0700-King Hall all people should have. Is OUR "
Six years tours were electedby This
Hospital Chapel "Universal Declaration of BATTLE a
Saturday : Robert D. Gunter A03
Mil Human
;
.0930-Service of. Divine Worship Rights" was adopted by
All Saints' Chapel 0800-St. Edward's Chapel. burn M. Voorhies, AK2; Fred the U.N. General Assembly on AN BIW.N E BONDS O
erick L. Voisen, RM2; Harry Dec. /
: 10.
Confessions heard 'from 1948. a s
1100-Service of Divine Worship are Bradford a "common TOpOOR
SKCA H.
.., ; E. Mcgahee, standard of
All Saints' Chapel 1900-2000. ADR2 achievement for' all DI E.
and.J. P. Hancock
HM2. peoples and all nations to the lrirot



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JAX AIR NEWS Page 3


Mutual Death I : _ _ _

Benefit SocietyThis ; White Flight



Notice is issued to advise ; ; : : Suits Soon

members of the Employees' Mu-

tual Death Benefit Society of the For AviatorsA
death of two of its members. ,e' {

Information concerning the deathof ti'ssc
these members is as follows: new white flight suit is in

GUSTAVE A. SCHNEIDER, the offing for some Naval Aviators -

retired, formerly employed as late this summer.

Aircraft Mechanic (General), The suit is manufactured froma

Overhaul and Repair Depart- new fire-resistant fabric cur-

ment, passed away on May 26, rently available only in white.

1962. Schneider was employedat k rYB The fabric will be used for ex-

this Station on April 10, 1941, perimental flight suits and G-

and met all requirements for suits.It .

continuation of membership after I is expected that several

retirement (disability) as pro I hundred of the new suits will be
vided under Article IV of the distributed to Fleet squadrons

Constitution and, By-Laws as for evaluation.The .
amended. He was a Charter
; 4 y new fabric, called HT-1,
Member of the Society. was developed by DuPont Com-

JOHN F. ZERBE, Electrician pany primarily for such indust-

(Aircraft), Overhaul and Repair "GRIM REMINDER" this display set up by the "Drive Safe" Committee of Patrol rial uses as filter bags for blast
Department, passed away on June Squadron Five. The display was located outside the Main Gate from Friday through the Fourth furnance flues and belts
21, 1962. Zerbe was employed at of July. It was hoped that the wrecked automobile would impress personnel with the fact that conveyer
"Slow Down and Live" is than consciousness the for hot materials.At .
something more a slogan. Sctfety on highways
28 1948 and
Station
this
on July is needed at all times but even more so on weekends and holidays, the committee said. room temperature HT-1 has
had been continuously employedhere
until the date of his death.In approximately the same proper
Ney Committee ties as nylon. However at nylon's
accordance with the By-
VP-5 Display Reminds melting point HT1 still has half
Laws of the Society, the benefi-
Voles Kawishiwi of its original strength. The fabric
ciaries of the deceased membersare
will not melt, but chars slowly at

equal entitled to $1.00 to per receive active payment memberon Navy's Best MessThe Motorist To Drive SafeOver temperatures 750 degrees in, the according neighborhoodof to Information -

the date or death of the
from Du Pont.
On this basis Ney Memorial Awards
member concerned.
civilians and of the
the beneficiary of Schneider has Committee has selected the Pearl 20,000 military personnel Production quantities of HT-1
and the benefi- Harbor based USS Kawishiwi Jacksonville area were grimly reminded of the consequencesof will not be available until the
received $2098 unsafe driving habits last Friday afternoon by a display
new plant under construction at
ciary of Zerbe has received (AO-146)) as having the most
located outside the main
$2100.As outstanding general mess afloatin just NAS gate. Richmond, Va., is completed late
the it announcedthis Bluejackets and civilian em- this
Navy, was year.
to slow down and
a result of these paymentsby one person
ployees leaving their jobs for
week by the Secretary of the
the Society, members will be the weekend appeared shockedto live, the mission will have been
assessed $2.20, which will be due Navy. accomplished."
The Naval Air Station, Mira- see and overturned vehicle at
and payable within ten working It seemed that the mission had
the entrance of the station. Afteran ,
Calif. voted the most
mar, was 37 Sailors
days after notice of assessment.For outstanding general mess in the initial moment of excitementand been accomplished by the reactions -

this purpose, the 10-day ashore startled concern, the occup- of the Friday afternoon

period began on July 2, 1962 category. ants of over 6,000 automobileswere drivers. Safety consciousness was I Give Blood To
and will end July 16, 1962. Mem- Afloat runneri-up are USS undoubtedly relieved to riding the highways in all hands

bers are reminded that cash pay- Helena (CA-75)), USS Decatur find that there had been no effort to prevent traffic accidents.
ments will not be accepted. (DD-936)) and USS NorthamptonCC1)
actual accident. The "Drive Safc"committee
Donor CenterThirtyseven
Checks or money orders shouldbe ( ). The ashore runners-up of Patrol SquadronFive

made payable to: EMPLOYEES' are Naval Air Station, Patuxent had staged an automobile

MUTUAL DEATH BENE- Rivet, Md. and Naval Station wreck to stress safe, courteous personnel of NAS

FIT SOCIETY. No receipts will Argentia, Newfoundland.The driving habits for all personnel donated blood to the Naval Hospital -

be issued, as the canceled checkor awards program, set up in working at and attached to the r. Blood Donor Center, for the
money order stub will serveas 1958, commemorates the late Air Station. month of June.

proof of payment. Payment of CAPT Edward F. Ney, who wasa y" Those donations
With the slogan "Slow Down making were:
assessment is each member'sown director of the Subsistance Division
the Robert L. Arment AA Charles
and Live", the "Mad Foxes" of ;
responsibility, as individual of the Bureau of Suppliesand I ,
Buckland AMH2 E.
Patrol Squadron Five were said 0. ; Ralph
notices of assessment will not be Accounts During WWII.
to have impressed upon a large I Clayton, AK1; P. M. Doyle,
furnished by the Society. Last year's winners ,were the
segment of the population the II AMS2; James F. Fleming, AMS3;
destroyer Courtney and NAS overwhelming need for safety I Arthur R. Hogarth, AA; DonaldF.

Effective personal relations in Patuxent River. consciousness on the highways Mitchell, AA; William J.

an organization can be satisfac- during the weekend and the I Lackney, ADJ2; Robert J. Leicht,
tory only when there is complete "How many kinds of wood are July 4th holiday. The realistic E AA; John R. Schueneman,

understanding and respect between used in matchmaking?" he asked. "Drive Safe" display remained in AMS2; George E. Stanko, MR1;

individuals. "Two kinds. He would and she place until the holiday and was r Arthur J. Ventimiglia, AA; and

-Marine Corps Manual, 5390 would. expected to be viewed by the Donald D. Willis, AN, all of Air-

,. drivers and craft Maintenance Departmentand
+;.tMY.'M S;} xYRYrti f,:+.'n'f'.Sx'Y"H.f.Q'; ; :'>!>{:. rH; f w L4! Ax passengers of over
100,000 vehicles.In tjS' LT COL Robert W. Scott,
::' 4;:C;.. } iI and M/SGT Don R. Boyle, of
iF'k: approving the Drive Safe l
;
.. .. Florida Secter Command.
.i''i.Y'#
.. ,. { /
}
{ { : :::{ "stunt," CDR Robert L. Huber, .>
:{;yi JF'yrr, ; Other donors were: LafayetteG.
,, ld' VP-5 Commanding Officer said
$ ; f ,
':pfitY: ,, r }y Barnett Jr., AA; Gilbert A.
y :; "
:{;4r.'Y '
; ; r.r'.rtF.c.'f "Driving safety cannot be achi- p "ytf4
Clavarria, AA; Calvin E. Green,
eved by one man, one squadronor
ADJ1; Luther A. Moore, AA;
one community; it must, of
James G. Jankowiak, ADR1; and
.,t necessity, be an ubiquitious ef Dasher A. Zsomboran, AN, of the
: :":::: / ""
: +xt 'I'W' ., "" .j, fort. If, however, we can impress $fY
I' w :"i-ri Overhaul and Repair Depart-

.ly I ., .' w ment; Jerry E. Cargal, A2C; Si-
.I LTCOL Heitzler New y f a las R. Miller, A2C and Phillip

M. Tanguay, A3C, of'the 679th
: rtf.w: k ti\ Marine Barracks CO AC&W Sqd., USAF; Donald E.

Marine LTCOL Joseph S. Heit- Connell, E01, and Michael W.

zler has arrived at NAS Jax and : Johncock, AA, of Public Works
::4; ; jfJi
assumed command of the Marine Department; and Donald T.

Barracks, taking over the position Goodrow, AOl, AO School NAT-

%, vacated by LTCOL Duane Fultz TU.

who retired last Friday. % j qu Donating from the Brig were:
.4. SS S Colonel Heitzler's previous assignment I David L. Barr, SR; Elmo A. Pre-
TOUR CAPT R. E. Elliott, NARTU CO
(right INSPECTION) is greated by LCDR-L. B. Beaty, (left) VA-741 CO at.the was at Parris Island, TRAGEDY It was once jean, SKSN; Elias Rivera, AR;
Marine Air Station, Yuma, Ariz. The Captain inspected the S.C. where he was Assistant G-4 written liT her e are two William R. Walker, MMFN; Wil-
squadron which was on an annual two week cruise. VA-741 Officer (logistics, supply and tragedies in life. One is not to liam C. Wright, AN; Emmett E.
pilots who were training in A4D Skyhawks were said to have comptroller) and the CommandingOfficer get your hearts desire. The Young, AA; Roger H. C. Dick,
found the conditions in Yuma area outstanding for rocket and of the Third Recruit Bat- other is to get it." What wouldbe CSSR; Daniel K. Duggan, SR;
bomb exercises. After the stop at Yuma, CAPT Elliott flew to so tragic about the latter
Willow Grove Penna. to visit VP-742 of NARTU Jax also on talion of the Marine .Corps Re- ...especially viewing this Marvin B. Keeter Jr., SA; and
their annual two week cruise. cruit Depot. young lass? John J. Palyga, AR.





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I HARIU Bags '62 IAt Softball Tourney !







JAXAJR SPORTS : .

NEWS -1 1r4


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Hornets TorpedoSwimming '


MeetVA44 : .

,

made a big splash at the swimming meet on ( : : % IL
Tuesday, June 26 as they took first place with forty points, L '
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while two records were broken by ComFairJax. _
In the seven event meet, VA- I q qnyyi
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Lr- 1 44 took five of the events, plus

scoring in the other two, to gain
40 points. They took four firsts Y :- Y3y h ?::$:iYa

including the 200 meter relay and ,
added four seconds with .
more { .',' H '$YL. ,.
one third and one fourth place. .v {\ ..
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The winning swimmers for VA-44

were John Sutor, Darrell Youngs, \4

Y John Stevenson, Ed Thornton,
and Victor Petterson. Stevenson

showed first class diving skillsas iv
he took first place in the 3 THAT VICTORIOUS STEP-Which gave NARTU the 1962 NAS Jax IM Softball Championship
meter fancy diving event. over VA-44, 2-1, last Friday night, is placed on homeplaie by right fielder Jim Belisario.
ComFairJax swam their way Moments later, he and the man who made it all possible, second baseman Harry Clark, who
brought Belisario across with a drive into left-center, were smothered by NARTU team mates and
into a 19 point second place with enthusiastic fans. It happened in the bottom of the seventh with two away.
the help of Norman Husted and

Henry two new Goodrich.records one Goodrich in the set 50 Clark Sends Belisario Home

meter breaststroke and the otherin

the 50 meter individual medely.The .

old standings were set by For 2-1 Over VA44"It's
Wyman of VW-4 in 1960 and Victory

Willis of Fasron-109 in 1957, re
spectively.
Third place went to Special the bottom of the seventh. The score tied, 1-1. A man is on second. And thereare
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Services with 12 points. Bob two outs.
Toben and Willie Jones took six These might well have been the thoughts of NARTU's second baseman, Harry Clark
points and a team of four placed last Friday night as he stepped into the batter's box at Enterprise Field and met the cool

I 'LGOOD second in the 200 meter relay. stare of VA-44's pitcher, Don Miller.It .

(Below is the order in which was the vanced from first on the only from NARTU.

the teams finished together with final game of Hornet error so far in the game. Final score-2 to 1.
points.) : : ?' the season for He followed NARTU's pitcher, The first run of the contest

Team Point both squads, Charlie Thomas who groundedout came in the top of the second
.. ... ...., ... ,. : it out
-: 1. VA-44 ................................ .40 V fighting to third and Ken Simmons inning when Hornet 2nd bagger
FOR FIVE John for nearly two Chuck Oyenik took advantage of
who also out to short.
Stevenson, of VA-44, demon 2. ComFairJax .......................... 19 hours each grounded NARTU and
strates his diving form which } Now he anxiously waited for the two of three errors
was selected by judges from 3. Spec Serv ----- ___12 striving to car- next pitch. travelled the bases 'round.In .

the Jax City Recreation Dept. 4. Marine ......................?_..... 10 ry home the It came . the bottom of the sixth,
. as the finest exhibited during title of "NASJacksonville "I don't know how can NARTU catcher Tom Holt tied
last week's IM Swimming Meet. 5. Nav Sec Grp _....... ....... 3 you it with a single to right field
Stevenson performed a varied tell in a split second, but I felt up
Clark IM Softball
selection of somersaults, twists 6. VA-35 2 the ball was in there and allI which brought in shortstop John
Champions of 1962.
, and backward three meter could think of after I connectedwas Bonvillian.
7. VAP-62 ,. .. .. 1 On second base was right field
1 dives to gain five points for his Go, Go, Go," said Clark. For winning
which went to tabulatea er, Jim Belisario who had adIT'S .
team on 8. A/C Maint 1 And go it did-over the short- Charlie
grand total of 40 to win the
stop's head, falling into short it was
t NAS honors. He was also active
in the racing events. Team left-center field. of a
t' mate Darrell Youngs placed Clark had put enough wood on season.
fourth in the competition behind the ball that it gave teammate game
t second place Bob Toben Dpitcher
LIMWEri1: Belisario a wide berth for his V e up
and third place Willie Jones,
both Special Services entries. run to home plate and the one, hits but
all important step which brought. out sev
about the climax of a over. .
I Individual whelming victorious season for overall
I the red white and blue clad boys season pitching
Swim EffortsThe Thomas efforts, he won

( following are the high-placing ,In- seven, losing none. The All-Navy
dividual efforts in the swimming meet AE 'BlueLeads moundman fired three no hit-
k. in each of the events.) ters this year one against Hospital
Winners Tean S"ti S InNATTU another against ComFair

I 50 ht Meter Henry Freestyle Goodrich ,. CFJ Jax. allowing only one walk, anda

2nd Darrell Young ........ ... .... ...VA-44 SBThe perfect game against VU-10.
" 50 Meter Breaststroke Li- Teamwise, NARTU ended a
r; 1st Henry Goodrich (New Record) 31.2)) AE "Blue" team is leadingthe brilliant season with 18 wins, 2
I CFJ
:
2nd John Sutor .. .. ........ .. .vA.44 {. NARTU IM Softball League losses.In .
r, ht John Sutor .....w... .. ....VA-44 a._ __with a .900 average on 9 wins the third and fourth run-
50 Meter Backstroke and 1 loss through last Friday. ners-up game which proceededthe
. 2nd David Rou,.' _. Nay Sec They've never been out of first NARTU, VA-44 clash, Admin

3 1st Meter John Fancy Stevenson Diving .. .. .. .. ..VA-44 I A1 I*- place, losing their first game topped VAP-62, 8-5. Bill Riggs
2nd Bob Toben ....... --- .. .Spec Serv .d : week before last. was the winning pitcher
100 Meter Freestyle Team Standings.AE .
\ lit John Sutor ...... ._.. .. ..-..m.w..VA-44 "Blue" 9 1 .900
2nd Ed Thornton ....................... .. ..VA-44 : ..! AE "Gold" 8 2 .800 All persons shall aid to the
.
150 Meter Individual Medley AO 64 .600 utmost of their ability In
ALL OVEH end to the 1962 IM
-Tuesday brought an
1st MAD #2 55 .500 all that
C Henry GoodrichNew concerns the efficiency of
Tournament however at Air News
Bowling League presstime
( Record 1:58:9)) CFJ Support Services 4 6 .400 the
2nd John Sutor ..................... .........VA-44 no final results were avialable among the top six contenders: MAD #3 37 .300 command.
, 200 Meter Relay Spades Aces Playboys Owl Hoots Strikes Supply and Pay MAD #4 37 .300 Navy Regulations, 1210
1",VA". masters. A complete rundown will appear in next week's issue. MAD #1 28 .200 (More Sports on page 5.)




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JAX AIR NEWS PaOs I



NASA Picks Retirement Benefits




Navy CDR Rate High In ReUpsWhich



For FlightThe of the reenlistment bene-I

: fits offered by the Navy would I PARTIALLY IMPORTANT or of
lure you into shipping over? i NO IMPORTANCE in their se-

National Aeronautics According to results of a recent I lections.

Space Administration has selected survey, limited to men who were I Besides retirement, pro-pay and

CDR Walter M. Schirra, Jr., to actually receiving pro-pay, their' the reenlistment bonus, alsb list-

pilot its next manned space account looks like this: (1)) retirement -I' ed were the STAR program and

flight, a six orbit mission sched- ((2)) proficiency pay and Medicare.

uled for September. ? ; ((3)) reenlistment bonuses. I' About 81 percent of those surveyed

Astronaut Schirra's flight will p These are the main reasons said that the opportunityto
land in the Pacific instead of
the
2.' hundreds of Navy men gave for go to school after reenlistment
Atlantic as in the two earlier hanked their lilt 60
Q.tis shipping over for the first time high on per
orbital man-in-space missions.The ti during the last six months of 1961. cent rated it as VERY IMPORT-

recovery area was shifted However the most important ANT and 39 percent picked it as

since the capsule would not pass benefit to the most men was the MOST IMPORTANT factor
over the Atlantic impact zone TRAINING.The i in their decision to reenlist.
again after three orbits until the
in The results of the survey are
15th orbit. r't--- survey was run two
The new area will also extend fig a main sections. The men were first, now said to be undergoing study
< at the Bureau of Naval Person-
the period of daylight requiredfor asked to rate the various incentives -

safe recovery of the astro- as VERY IMPORTANT, nel.

naut. If Schirra takes off from

Cape Canaveral at 0700, for example -
he would land after six 3 New Subs Tennis Team

orbits before noon local Pacific


time.Project Mercury's Pacific recovery To Be NamedFor To Enter

area is near Midway

Island, about 1,150 miles north-
west of Hawaii. : GeneralsNames 6ND PlayThe

CDR Schirra, who served as i
back-up pilot for' CDR Carpenter for three fleet ballistic NAS Athletic Director has

will have Air Force CAPT missile submarines now under announced that NATTU person-

LeRoy Gorden Cooper to serve as I I construction have been announ- nel are also eligible to tryoutfor
his back-up. ced by the Navy. They will bringto the Jax Navy Tennis Teamas

: 25 the number of atompowere are Station personnel.The .
avwamvewwSow: };:;
280 Years- _______ t : .. :... submarines in the Navy's tennis team will be entered -
t Polaris-firing fleet. in the Sixth Naval District

Two named after Tournament which ,will
(Continued from page 1)) are Civil War begin
ceremonies.An generals-for the Union, UlyssesS. July 26-29 at Pensacola, Fla. AH
Grant and for the Confederacy persons interested in trying out
interesting sidelight
con- Stonewall Jackson. The third for the team should apply for
cerning Chief Warr's retirementwas
has Nathanael Greene, the Re- registration in the Athletic Of-
that the sideboys Wo-
were volutionary War General, as its fice at the Mainside Gym.
men officers
and WAVES, another -
name sale.
first at NAS. The "side-
girls" included LT Jeannette All are in the Lafayette class, Coast Guard--

Green, LTJG Clara Parsons An- a 7,000-ton, 425-foot submarine

gelia Pacholski RMC, Betty Kal-I launched May 8. They are due (Continued from page 1))

mback RM2, Mae Spencer, JOl for launching in 1964. training periods. During the rest
The Navy has nine fleet
and Vona Freeman now
SK2. Miss
of the year CDR Main serves on
ballistic missile subs in
Spencer and com-
Miss Freeman were the Staff, Commander Seventh
two of mission. Two others arc launchedand
Chief
Warr's students at Coast Guard District as Inspectorof
the under outfit prior to com-
Naval
Training Center, Bain- Ready Reserve Units, with
bridge, Md. when the Chief was missioning.Of headquarters at Fort Lauderdale,
an instructor there in 1952. the Navy's 18 SSBN's either Fla.

Naval Air Technical Training under construction or authorizedall
Unit's officers and men retiring but three have been named. The Unit's Executive Officer is
CONGRATULATIONS-(Top photo) upon hit retirementon LT Gerald R. Skinner of Hia-
were CDR
: A. A. Cipolat, Direc- The Grant is being built in
June 25 from the Navy are extended to Earl R. Funk. ADC leah Fla.
tor of Training, (21 years); former Manager of the Chief's Club by CDR Walter S. Schub, Groton, Conn. The Jackson and ,
LCDR R. M. Miles, Training Of- NAS Executive Officer (left) and CDR Stanley Krolcxyk. NAS the Greene are taking shape in The training detachments' administrative -
ficer (over 21 years); LCDR W. Administrative Officer (right). (Center photo) Elmer Hendl. AD. the Naval Shipyards at Mare Island headquarters will be

M. West, Supply Officer (over RC Operations Dept. and Mrs. Hendl are piped over the tide by Calif and Portsmouth, N.H., in Building 592 while the trainees -
fellow CPO's at ceremonies held on June 22. Chief Hendl com
27 years); CAPT C. C. Dekle, pleted 21 years Naval service. (Lower photo) Marcus B. Eudaly respectively. will be berthed in Bldg. 585.
USMC of MAD (over 22 years) Jr.. AECS receives congratulation from CDR Mitchell C. Griffin
and Gunnery Sergeant (E-6) VA-44 CO as he completes 20 years of Naval service on
Marshall A. Sykes, USMC ((31 June 21. Eudaly had served as Electric Shop Chief since February .
years). 1961.Four .


USO Square DanceIn Businesses/ Navy OrganizesNew

I Jacksonville Placed Off LimitsThe Cruiser-

Destroyer UnitThe
senior officer present at
Weekend Hi-Lite, organization of a newly
the Mayport Naval Station this
established Cruiser Destroyer
Special event set at the USO week announced that four busi-
Force, Atlantic Fleet, has been
this weekend is establishments in the Jax
"Modern Square ness
approved by the Chief of Naval
Dance" with Ray Baxter as caller. beach area have been placed
Operations.
The dance starts at 2000 on Fri- Off Limits to military personnel
Effective July 1, 1962, the organization it
day, July 6. it the request of local munici-I establishes six crUis-

These and other events take pal officials. er-destroyer flotillas containing

Place at the new USO at 318 The establishments placed Off j' approximately three squadrons of

North Ocean St., Jacksonville.The imits are: Gingers Circus 'Bar, destroyer-type ships each. 3 k \ ,,

USO is open Monday Boardwalk and 4th Ave. North; I Four of these flotillas will be ... ; .

through Saturday from 0900 to Beacon Sixteen, 16th Ave. South comprised of cruisers in addition I L :<'>w>, ,_ _.,:\ $..i
2300 and 0900 to 2000 on Sundays.The md Ocean; Playland Arcade, 3rd j I to the destroyer squadrons. The
\ve. North, Between 1st and flotillas will COAST GUARD-Prepares for the training of some 300
Jax Beach USO is locatedat Grill 3rd Ave.! remaining two con- men at their Reserve Training Detachment headquarters' in
3oardwalk Beach ,
610 Ocean Front. This clubis ; tain only destroyer and escort Building 592 by getting out the necessary instructions and.
North, Between 1st and Board- squadrons. notices needed to carry on the eighth consecutive year of training
open week days from 1600 walk. There will be no immediate at NAS. CDR William H. Main Detachment Commanding Officer

to 2300, Saturdays from 1000 to These businesses are Off Limits homeport changes for destroyersor checks over a notice which has been processed by Joseph
2300 I E. Bell. SN (standing) and John R. Richards, SN. Training will,
and Sundays from 1300 to from the.
until, further notice, the cruisers resulting .organization -
I get underway this Sunday with the arrival of the first groupof .
2200. Mayport officer .said., establishment. Coast Guard Reservists. ','



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S ; 4s41* DefenseDeptIssues
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'k -Sv 4S* War MedalThe
July 5 j

Malnside-Korea Patrol; 1900( Department of Defensehas

only. G',.fp,;;t};{ ; ( L approved the issuance of a

NATTUnit-Naked Maja; 1900( new cold war medal and deter-

only I mined who is eligible to wear it.

Hospital-Exodus; 1900 only. C j Military men who participatedin
S cold-war crisis moves in Lebanon -
Friday July 6
Berlin, Quemoy and Matsu -

Mainside-Ten Seconds To Hell; ':''''vs the Taiwan Straits, the Con-
::1jr: :,4i Gn, :}:
1900 only. + go, Laos and Vietnam will be .
}: }:4>Y:; : ,
NATTnit-Korea Patrol; 1900( eligible to wear the officially

only. named, Armed Forces Expedi-

Hospital-Naked Maja. ; 1900( tionary Medal.It .
only. is expected that the medal

Saturday. July 7 : will be ready to be issued some

P time in the next year. The rib-
Mainside My Geisha; 1900( ''': :b::by}}::7'asrf rw.: ,; .. ':.n,,... ::ar:;7Y'r7 :}r..YrYVf9ai.Ms4.vr..VAL:4n rrrv.v...rwt>{.. .{+:yv4r.{..7.r.rr only. OFFICIALLY OPENED-The "Speedy Line" express Navy Exchange service station located the near future.
Rd. between Birmingham and Mayfield Sts. is officially opened by NAS
NATTUnit Ten Second To on Allegheny The front of the medal will
Commanding Officer CAPT James R. Compton during ribbon-cutting ceremonies Thursday. CDRJ.
Hell; 1900 only. L. Delany, (left) Navy Exchange and Contracting Officer for the new structure was present for have the words "Armed Forces
Hospital-Korea Patrol; 190Q( the occasion as were'(110 r) George Atchley manager of the Mainside service station who will Expeditionary Service" spelledout
only coordinate the management of the new station LT K. J. Novak Ass't NX Officer, CDR E. F. Ver- around the edge with an

8 derg XO NATTUnit.. and CAPT J. A. Bentley PWO and ROICC. Manager of the facility, whichis eagle, looking to the left, sittingon
Sunday July
open from 1000 to 1730 Monday through Friday and 1000 to 1500 on Saturday is Jim Barrettnot a sword and scabbard in frontof
Mainside-Ride The High Country ( shown). with
an eight-pointed star
; 1400 and 1900. rays as the center design. On the
NATTUnit-My Geisha; 1400( General Seen United
Improvement reverse side will be a
and 1900.
States coat of arms. The medal
Hospital Ten Seconds To Hell;; will be dull gold color.

1900 only. In Aug. Promotion PictureWelcome The ribbon designed to accom-

Monday, July 9 pany the medal will be an eight-

Mainside-Damn Yankees; 1900 news to all enlisted men and women is the announcement from the Bureau of colored, vertical-striped affair.

only.. I Naval Personnel that general improvement in promotion prospects is expected for E-4, 5, The center three stripes will be

I' NATTUnit Ride The High I and 6s in 120 rates, for those who pass the August exams. red, white and blue. These will

Country; 1900 only Chances are said to be good! be. flanked on either side by a
-- ---------- wide light blue stripe and nar-
40 to 70 for those in 32
Geisha 1900 percent,
Hospital My
;
rates while fair opportunityfrom have poor prospects, with less advanced. Going to third class, row black, brown, yellow and
only than a 15 percent chance. 93 percent of those, passing got
15 to 40 percent is predicted green stripes.
Tuesday July 10 for 17 rates. Only 17 rates Generally speaking, the chances their crows. The Defense Dept. said the
for advancement get better in Here are the passpromotedtotals
take im-
will
medal precedence
Mainside-Carousel; 1900 only,,
24 rates while they are worse in by pay grade on the Feb- after the Antarctica
NATTUnit Damn Yankees;; InsectVapor'izers mediately
Warning,
1900 only. I only four, when compared with ruary tests: Service Medal. It will be awarded -
the predications for the Febru- To Passed Promoted'
Hospital-Ride The High Country Could only for operations for which
1900 only. ary exams. E-4 46,391 42,561E5 there is no other United States
; Injure Health Results of the February tests 29,536 24,957 campaign medal approved.
Wednesday July 11 show that 95,719 men took the E-6 13,565 10,398
Florida Agriculture Commis-
Burial exams and 86,203 passed for a E-7 9,727 8,287
Mainside Premature ;; sioner Doyle Conner has issued Leadership is the sum of those
of above 90 Chances in for
showing just per- August improve
1900 only. :a warning against the use of qualities of intelect, human un-
Carousel cent. Toughest grade to make those going to PN1, MA2, SH3,
NATTUnit 1900
; continuous vaporizer type of insect derstanding, and moral characterthat
I was first class with 77 percent of Sill, J03, LI3, DM3, EA3 and 4,
only. devices in the home. enable a to inspire
killing person
Yankee 1900 those passing getting their pro- E02, UT1, ADR2 and 1, AC3 and
Hospital-Damn ; to Conner vaporizers and to control a group of people
According ,
" motions. The chances for second 2, TD3, 2, and 1, AK3 and 2,
only. makes using the successfully.
of different chief PHI DT2 SD3 and QMS.
class and were almost equal They
wide- --Marine Corps Manual, 5390
chemical lindane, are being with 84 and 85 percent, respec- drop for those going to PC3 and
inhalationof ((1)) (e)
ly advertised, but the tively, of those passing being 2, LI1 and DM1.
d FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION the vapor over an extended

J period is believed injurious t to

I human health. Th, departmenthas ?

insisted that the labels must rf

Branch 91, Fleet Reserve As- I prominently display the caution

sociation, will hold its annual "Not for home use."

joint installation of officers for State Chemist V. E. Stewart

the year 1962-63 in the ballroom said most of the label on the sk "',
of Hotel Roosevelt this Saturday lindane varporizing devices sold

evening. in Florida in recent years have

! Rear Admiral Joseph M. Car attempted to avoid prominent

i t son, Commander Fleet Air, Jaxwill mention that the device is not

be the guest speaker. Other for home use.Separate .

high local naval officials expected packaging and sale

to attend include CAPT and of the lindane or printing the

Mrs. Compton NAS Commanding caution in type too( small to

Officer; CAPT and Mrs. R. H. notice are some of the subter-

Fagan. O&R Officer; and CAPTJ. fuges used, he said.Classified.

M. Hanner, Commanding Officer *

of the Naval Hospital.

Willis J. Capwell MUC leaderof
,
t 3. 4 a.. ''?
+ :' rq
the ComFairJax Band will be { ,.
FOR SALE
. installed as President of Branch Hyde Park-4 bdrm., 2 bath; 3873968. Y .asY
; 91 and Mrs. Paula Miller will be Hyde Grove-3 bdrm, 2 bath, $2600 :e .eeia
; equity, LCOR MollisonEV 94862.
: installed President of Unit 91,
as Ortega Hilli-3 bdrm, 2 baths, garage.
Installing officers will be J. R. low down payment; 3894891.
Ortega Hilli-3 bdrm, 2 baths, garage; .. ,RwM
Jolissaint and Miller
Harvey EV 86415.

both past vice-presidents, South- Normandy Village-Rent or Sale-3
bdrm, 2 baths, $1900 equity for $500;
east Region, FRA. EV 9.7711 or Ext. 8621. '

'. FOR RENTSt. &i1"(
cornbination Augustine bdrm, 2 baths, cottage (
dinner-dance and installation furn. $110 per mo.; 8242123.
Ortega Hills-3 bdrm, 1% baths, garage BIBLE SCHOOL GRADUATES Eighty-six youngsters completed their weekandahalfBible
t are available from Branch ; EV 4-6531 School Training last Wednesday and were graduated during ceremonies held at the NAS

and Unit officers. The deadlinefor Orange Park-2 bdrm, furn, apt; CO 4- Protestant Chapel. Nary Reserve LT Chaplain Daniell G. Dieffenwert of Jacksonville performedhis
of tickets is 4151. two-week active duty training here at the chapel as Superintendent of the School. The classes
. the purchase lakeshore bdrm, unfurn., $90 per were made up of over 110 students and Bible School Workers Melvin Carter (inset) hoists the
; noon today. mo; EV 9-4087. Ensign for the pledge of allegiance to the Flag during the ceremonies.

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