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Creation Date: July 26, 1962
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I Vol. 20 No. 20 U.S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 26 July 1962



VP-741 Highlights
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a Reserve Week HerePatrol

Squadron 741, one of four Florida reserve units

called to active duty last October as a result of the Berlin

r. crisis, will be deactivated here at the NAS Naval Air Re-

serve Training Unit August 1.
.
A local unit of 216 reservists,
S. i a luncheon at the Officers' Club
mainly of Jackson-
composed
for the reviewing officials and
: ville residents, VP-741 will be guests.
the highlight subject of NARTU's '
The CPO Club and the Blue
\ 1 Open House and inspectionthis
q Inn will be for
4 ? coming Sunday July 29. Jackets open
r The occasion is respective ofFlorida's personnel and their dependentsand

'( Governor Far r i s guests at 1130.

Bryant's recent signing of a DURING THEIR ACTIVE
t'S proclamation designating the DUTY PERIOD, the crewmen of

I .S. 9Ay week of July 28 to August 3 as VP-741 made two trips to the

"Naval Reserve AppreciationWeek" Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay,

Cuba, on patrol missions. Subse-
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.:a. IN CELEBRATING THE OB- quent to the Cuban deployment,

,'q EywS+ 4 ti; t f 7t :; >,. t' i SERVANCE, VP-741, commanded the squadron participated in
M 1 by CDR Richard L. Oreair, submarine-launched atomic mis-
.. ;( ;
; s k ". "S." T ,"'!::$::. :.,\. ... ,,)<1' will be reviewed by State and sile exercises with the Fleet
W : local officials as well as RADMs squadron in which it proved

George P. Koch, ComFairWingsLant itself outstanding by sinkingmore
S. >tiF.yF: ;s:; q 4 ;:
R and Joseph M. Carson, "target" submarines than

e v +}c ComFairJax. The Most Reverend all the other participating

C}':'a'Y ,.,e : : : : '' l Bishop Hamilton West of Jack- squadrons combined.
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:t:: '. +} a a Y, sonville, Bishop of the Episco-

:: }},:: ., pal Diocese of Florida, will be
pVtiSe0. 'JF..Jr4.'%,tv'S1J1tii+ .,...v..+ u i+akw 4 w.e+ai:+}k0. : %ta.ffseevati: v6:.:.avil: ttv:.,'4.uatfa kb aafi sYfixtvCtiiatfisatta;> : i }'+''''xa: .fx.r.: the officiating clergyman for NATTU HonormenR.
TO DOFF THE ACTIVE UNIFORM-CDR Richard L. Oreair (center), Commanding Of.
invocation and benediction Watkins AA AE "A"
ficer of VP-741. holds a critique with members of his crew following a patrol mission. The reserve the ,
squadron one of four Florida units called ,to active duty after the Berlin crisis, will be deactivated ceremonies. School, 87.26D.
August 1, following a full-dress review inspection on Sunday, at NARTU. Present for the Following the review, there H. Walker, AE1, AE "B"
July 29 "Naval Reserve Appreciation Week ceremonies' will be several State and local officialsas will be refreshments served in School, 90.37
well as local and regional high.ranking military officers. The day's festivities will also include
a NARTU Open House in Hangar 114 following the review. Florida's Governor Farris Bryant NARTU's Hanger 114. In addi- R. Marshall, AA, AO "A"
(inset) sign Reserve Week proclamation as NARTU's CO Capt R. E. Elliott Jr., looks on. tion, the Navy League will host School 84.11
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Middies See Air Arm CI&E Has Exams AFMA Holds Annual


For E-3 Study Dinner At 0 Club"The

Examinations based ,
Of ComNab Six BasesThe on requirements -
for pay grade E-3 federal government of the United States is the

in all rating groups (airman, biggest business in operation and the Defense Department
first of 300 midshipmen who have been tour-
group facili- seaman, constructionman, etc.) I is the biggest single unit in our federal establishment. It is
and NAS Jax
ing various ComFairJax, ComNabSix
available for distribution "
ties for nearly two weeks will climb aboard their planes to are division officers throughthe this This bigness was the which message presents broughthome .a challenge to us all.

_and_ ]leave _for__ Philadelnhia.. Saturdav.
u CI&E Center, Bldg. 955. to members of Jax Chap- Sam's operation in order to
the middies it's been
For
a Naval Examining Center ter 40 to the Armed Forces cope with this bigness. The Ar-
BAQ Increase busy 10-day venture. For the Navy-wide examinations are Management Association last med Forces Management As-

hosting units, it's only the be- replacing these exams, making Saturday night by RADM T. sociation is here to assist in

Becomes Law; ginning.As these. future Naval offi- them no longer requiredfor B. Neblett (ret), executivevice this streamlining the Admiral
advancement testing pur- president of the AFMA. said.
cers depart, other planeloadsof
Effective Jan. 1 1964 Academy graduates will poses.These exam materials SPEAKING TO members of "This can be accomplished
and their
be arriving, followed by othersin should in the local chapter, through an exchange of ideas
WASHINGTON (A F P S) prove helpful con- at the annual dinner
spouses
two weeks, until all 'told, ducting divison level training. and experience", he emphasized.
President Kennedy has signed 900 midshipmen visit NAS this They will be given to leading meeting at the Officers Club '"Members of the AFMA should
bill which increases here Admiral Neblett asserted
into law the summer. not attempt to inflict policy
POs or division officers upon
aim is to
military quarters allowances Here to greet them will be that management's upon the command. An idea
effective next January 1. the Naval Academy's Laision request. attempt to streamline Uncle presented in 'paper' form will
-
The allowances as approvedare Officer LCDR W. A. Finlay, get the attention and study it

the bill passed Jr., who will supervise the tour .., deserves, if is is worthy. Many
the same as .% rff %:.i 5
the House of Repre- schedule prepared by ComFair- kr*.Jr,.;'.. ,.,, ':'y! : ., b rfi good ideas have been adoptedfor
earlier
sentatives by and modified by the Jax's Attack Training Officer g' Sri,f/rf.% ; ,YSG, f;:!..t/;K't. ? y fy} k#r:% .'ff>Xr.:'fl?f aytf :r..t management via this meth-

LCDR Russell D. Kaulback. 4"' ; t n i' airfy:; j'fkl' s od without 'shaking up' the
Senate. y C<4: fl :
Why do the midshipmen visit command", Admiral Neblett

The major difference betweenthe NAS Jax? pointed out.

two was the effective date. These men will make a decision -
The House wanted the increaseto in the not too far dis- The system of managementused

be included in pay for Oc- tant future which will weigh by the Navy in the devel-

tober this year, although the the balance of their Naval ca- opment of the Polaris missile
I, has been reviewed and studied
Defense Department had rec- reers.
ommended the January date.A A large percentage of them by others and is one exampleof
will no doubt select the ultimate the exchange of ideas, the
major change in the quar- goal of obtaining their Admiral cited. "In fact," he said,

ters allowance pay other than Navy Wings of Gold. So, during "the Polaris program is the fin-

increased pay, it the allotment their visits in this area, they est example of outstanding
Under the bill management that we know".
provision. new receive indoctrination lectures
enlisted men, E-4 and up, with from the ground up, review He attributed the success of the

over four years service, can the numerous types of aircraft SOMEDAY, MAYBE one of these visiting midshipmen, Polaris program to the PERT
elect to include the increase in utilized by the Navy's air arm, looking over this A4D Skyhawk. will return to VA-44 here at system, translated as Program
their class "Q" allotment check and are given the opportunityto NAS for replacement pilot training. Right now, however, they Evaluation and Review Tech-
are recieving flight training background material while spend nique.
which goes directly to their associate with veteran pilots
portion of their summer training cruise here in Florida.
family, can take the increaseover and crewmen of the various Wile guests of the Hornets, the middies receive lectures on the THE ADMIRAL considers the

the pay table or can reduce squadrons, thus receiving the squadron's special objectives and attack and mission target ,demonstrations.take in movies Before, observe the Jax chapter as his "baby". I

the amount now paid by personal view point of Naval summer weapons is out, at least 900 1964 Annapolis graduates will visit
check. (Continued on Page 6, CoL 1)) NAS Jax. (Continued on Page 3. Col. 3)t )


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2 JAX AIR NEWS 26 July 1962




-9 Blood Center Liberty 1e vs Communism




NM Jecbonvffle Reports 18 Modern democracies do not seek to crush all individual
CAPT J. R. Compton Commanding Offlc.fCOR
Wakes( J. Schub Executive Officer differences or to level all personal capacities. On the contrary -

Fleet. Air .Ucksonvlllt NAB 6ND DonorsThe they realize they need leadership, and they seek to I
RADM Joseph M. Canon __ Commander of outstanding
the development capacity on the
CAPT Vincent Casey: Chief of Staff encourage
Blood Donor Center at the
of l individuals.
Fleet Air Wing Eleven part
CAPT Gilbert J. FrtuwrUlm Commander Naval Hospital has reported a Leadership in industry, bus- -

CAPT Andrew H. Cowert Chief Staff Officer total of 18 enlisted personnel who iness, science, art, music and to which they are elected
Nevel Air Technical Training Unit donated blood on July 10 and widely recognized Communists use much the I
CAPT Herttel D. Allen Commanding Officer journalism is same principle of !
CUR Eugene f. Verdery .Executive Officer July 11.Donors. and welcomed. Here, leadershipis employed by fascism leadership and
Naval Hospital W. Belcher, Gen- naz.
are: Ray a competitive process.
CAPT J. M. tanner Commanding Office ism. Indeed, Lenin developed!
AO2; and Robert T. Miller, A02; erally, although not always, the
CAPT Stephen H. Tollrtu Executive Officer the principles and strategy of|
of AOB School Martin Aselson, competent, and
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit ; most alert, Comunists leadership
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. Commanding Officer A; Bailey C. Bradshaw, AN; courageous individuals move long before
COR William M. Miller Executive Officer Jerry D. Elliott, AA; Joe D. Mal- ahead into positions of leader- Mussolini and Hitler. Communism -
Printed oommerlcdly with non-cpproprlated funds In Jacksonville Florida at also uses the technique!
loney AA Harvey F. Tomlinson,
ro expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July ; ship. of the elite (the most |
1958. Distributed free of charge to mlHtary and civilian personnel of Fleet Air AN; all of AOA School, BobbyW. In politics, much the same and masterful compe-!
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing Ballard, AN; Walter L. Bam- rule prevails. in a representative tent men who
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hospital. berg, AA; Alex J. Chase, AN; the political are destined to rule the people).!
Andrew H. Plenty Assistant Service Information Officer government, THE COMMUNIST PARTY
and Bobbie Goode AN AEA is
J. of
Editor-Mae Spencer, JOI; Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone, JO1; Staff-Robert ; parties compete with each 'other !
of the
elite
School Harold R. Tucker AE2 an army called the
Dodds, SAt Ruth Anne Roberts, SA. for the election of their can-
Member of North Florida 'Industrial Editors Association and Southern and 'International and Jerry F. Walter, AE3; of didates for office.IN vanguard of leaders of the!
Councils' of 'Industrial Editors. AEB, and Danny M. Dawson, masses. The vanguard is a rig-
The Jax Air' Newt I It a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Materialappearing THE UNITED STATES, idly organized hierarchy of I
PVT USMCMAD (MFC); all of
In this publication can be reprinted providing credit is given. Photographs out-
within each political party,
NATTUnit. graded leadership, under the
unless otherwise credited, are official I U.S. Navy Photographs.
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone Those from the Brig who standing individuals vie with "iron discipline" of the Party.At .
extensions 81&4, 656, 272 or 216. each other for leadership all the the bottom are the ordinary
donate Howard
are: A. Little,
SA; Jerry L. Kilen, AA; Lee B. way from local precinct com- Party members. At the top is I
CIVIL SERVICE mittees to the National Com-
Schmidt, AN; Robert E. Strickle, the Politburo (Political Bureau,
FA. mittees of the Democratic and now called Presidium, of the!

Republican parties. Party) which controls both thej

News In ReviewThis Individuals compete for nom Communist Party and the Soviet -

ination as candidates of their Government.

( is the I Station Traffic respective parties, all the .way I The workers and peasants are I
second oj three dies leaving a wife and 3 minor I '
from councilmen in towns and considered too spupid to know
articles designed to improve employees' children. His annuity based on atypical
Violation RecordThe cities to the President of the their own best interest They !
understanding of the "high-five" average sal-
service retirement system.) ary of $5,200 and 15 years of service United States. need the vanguard to toll the

If you retire before you are 60, would have been $1,368 a following is a report of The decision as to the leaders Communists. In order to carry )

except for disability, your annuity year. His widow will get half of motor vehicle accidents and of which political party out the Revolution, the vanguard -
traffic violations for shall hold office rests with the organized the dictatorship -
will be reduced 1/12 of that, or $684. The children are the period
one percent for each month you entitled to $1,800 ($600 each). July 15-21. voter. Free elections determine of the proletariat (work

are under 60. This would mean an annuity Total Accidents this which set of leaders shall receive ers). But the workers have no I

If you are involuntarily check of $207 a month for Che year the responsibility of gov part in the dictatorship except )
sep- hrough July 1962 ...... .............143; orders.Deadline.
arated and are younger than 55, widow and her family. ernment for the terms of office to obey

your annuity will be reduced 5 Providing for Your Survivorson Through July 1961 .......... .... 131

percent plus 1/6 of one percentfor Retirement- Speeding ......................................15

each month you are under When you retire you may This week (July 15-21) ......6? Knowing Observing

55. There Is no age reduction for make provision for your husbandor Reckless Driving ....... ............ .2 ,
an employee who retires under wife to receive a survivor annuity -
the Running Stop Sign ... ................6
disability provision.If which would start imme-
You Should Die in ServiceIf diately upon your death. The: Others .. .. .... ............................44 Prevents AccidentsAn

you should die while a Fed- husband of a woman employeedoes Seventy drivers appeared before -
eral employee, your widow will not need to be dependentupon the Traffic Hearing Board accident is something that happens to someone else-

automatically get an annuity, her for support in order to at the meeting held on July 23, Experts claim that unavoidable accidents are rare and most

provided you have had at least be named as a survivor annui 1962. Disposition of the cases are the result of a direct violation of a safety rule.
5 of No one wants to be on the'
years civilian
service. Her tant. include the following: 20 lost
annuity will be 50 percent of an If you name your wife or hus driving and parking privilege receiving end of an accident. If

annuity based on your "high- band as survivor annuitant, you* aboard the Station, 23 were assigned for no other reason, the law of FridayTo
five" average salary and annuity will be reduced self; preservation should be suf-
yearsof by 2% to remedial driving instructions -
service. If the widower of a percent of the first $2,400 of annuity 24 received suspended ficient motivation to avoid one. Enroll Renew
,
woman employee was dependenton plus 10 percent of the annuity penalties, seven were given Along with common sense,

her-that is, if he is incapableof over $2,400. warnings, four were dismissed, knowing your job and equip- Polio.Insurance

self-support because of dis- The survivor annuity will be and seven were referred to ment is the best way to know .

ability-he is entitled to an annuity 50 percent of the amount of you Commanding Officers for pos- what constitutes a safe practice Last chance for employees to

figured the same way annuity before this reduction, sible disciplinary action. : along with consulting safety enroll or renew existing contracts -

This annuity is payable imme i unless you retired for disabilityand Accidents have : regulations. in the NAS Jax Polio Insurance -

diately upon the death of the I are getting the minimum guilty of causes. Are you In spite of sound reasoning, Group is tomorrow,

employee and no age requiremem i disability annuity instead of you,. you allow some others of to these distract: 1. Do safety devices and safety regula- July 27.

nas to be met by the widow "earned" annuity. In this case, attention while your tions, accidents continue to hap- The Plan provides protectionin

or widower. the survivor annuity will be 50( keep your eyes driving and mind, or do you pen. Few are the result of me- the amount of $10,000 for

Your dependent children will percent of the "earned" annuity fully on the road ahead care- chanical failures. A piece of each subscriber and individual
? 2.
also be entitled to annuities if Or you can name a survive you reach for packages Do steel in an eye is not the faultof covered, and covers expenses

you die in service, and their annuities annuitant for only part of you "smoke," or look addresses, light a forgotten safety goggles. A 'incurred during a three-year
up
may be figured in one of annuity, and then your annuitywill while driving rapidly, or do wheels-up landing cannot be period from the date of diag-
two ways: not be reduced much you blamed on the unused
so slow down to do these things landinggear. nosis of polio.Employees .
1. If one parent survives, each For example, if you are entitled 3. Do you get interested in ? Mangled toes under a renewing or mak-

child who received more than to a basic annuity of $3,200 ery, billboards and scenes heavy object cannot be blamedon should submit -
people on the. ing new application
half his support from the deceased year, you can name your wife sidewalks, or have you trained steel-toed shoes left in a a personal check, bank or

employee will receive an or husband to receive survive yourself merely to glance locker. They can all be blamed order in the am-
t postal
a money
annuity of 40 percent of theemployee's annuity based on only $2,000 o f them? 4. Do you on the human element. with their
"day dream"on ount of the premium
"high-five" average your annuity. Then your annuity long runs, or do you avoid Speed is no excuse if your accident application.

salary divided by the number of will be reduced by 2% thinking of affairs that absorb is going to cause a slow- and addi

children. However, annuity to percent of $2,000 and there will you? S. Are you careless of parked down. Personal achievement will Necessary forms be obtained
anyone child is limited to be no reduction the other tional information can
$600a on cars and what be not look good if
may behind your record following departmental
year and the total to all chil- $1,200 of your annuity. I Of them, or are you alert for whatever shows an accident that can be from the : 0 &
dren cannot exceed $1,800 course, the survivor annuity i in representatives
a may appear suddenly i n traced to a safety violation. All Public
year. this case would be 50 percent of: the road ahead? 6. Do safety regulations are based R, Mary E. Dunbar;
you fight on Ja"ice
2. If no parent survives, each $3,200.If off sleepiness when known safety hazards Works, (Maintenance)
awake and
fond r common Yvonne
)
child will receive an annuity of you take a full annuity ado long periods, or do you stop fora sense. Many are the result Hogan; (Transportation 902)

50 percent of the employee'"highfive" not name a survivor annuitant refreshing nap? 7. Do you drive of previous accidents of which L. Jefferson; (Bldg.Utilities)

average salary divid when you retire, your husband always at a steady pace, or do you may have no knowledge. Earline Jacobsen; ( Mar
ed by the number of children or wife will not be entitled vou alter speed frequently to They were originated to protectyou. Jeanette Reilly; Supply, ,

However, 'annuity to anyone to an annuity upon your death help keep you alert? 8. Do you guerite J. Brown; Comptroller

child is limited to $720 a year However, your children are entitled like to "settle down," slouch in Always Betty Jo Barthlow; Security.

and the total to all children can- to an annuity regardless of your driving seat or are the individual remember that you, William H. Harden, Jr.; Admin
you Industrial -
,
not exceed $2,160 a year. whether you took a reduced annuity always ready to meet unexpected valuable are the Navy'smost istration, GraceCaldwell; B-

Take a Federal employee who .1 with survivor benefit. emergencies? ment. Don't piece of equip Relations, Raymond
become
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Public Works To

Air Ordnance Taught Save Tax $$$ ManagementAnalysisCourses


HornetmenStrange By Hauling TrashThe NAS HostedSome

Army By hauling of trash may not
seem to be a newsworthy story, 35 personnel from Sixth Naval District activitiesare
but the hauling of trash here at at NAS Jacksonville this week to attend a week-long
sights, such as a T-28 Trojan aircraft armedto NAS will, in the near future, Management Analyst Training Course sponsored by the
the teeth, have been common place around VA-44, where result in a good many tax dollars District Management Assistance Office out of Charleston,
this and similar craft have been operating for years. How- saved. S.C.

ever, these bomb, rocket, and machine gun laden land-based Being tested by Public Works, Objectives of the course,
planes are of a special breed-they belong to the U.S. Army under the supervision of Fred E. which began Monday and concludes -

Aviation Board, Fort Rucker, Ala. Henery, is a new 6000-pound tomorrow, are to give
Using the AO-1 "Mohawk"and "Flex-Arm" trash-loading truck, trainees a basic understanding of

the T-28, a detachment of (see photo above) capable of management processes and of
Army personnel were hosted by j Ass't SecNav Sends carrying on the average of 15 principles, tools, techniques and
VA-44 during a two-week per- boxes (six cubic yards each) of skills required on the conductof

iod, which ended last Friday, trash at one time. managementanalysis.The .

for the purpose of training in Recognition LetterTo As such, this new loader will course is designed for beginning -
the principles of weapons hand- dispense with carrying each management analystsand

ling, loading and safety. dumpster to the disposal area fora other staff personnel involved -

LCDR Dan Mealy of Attack DOD SupervisorsThe single trip. in related managementwork.
The flex-arm has two forks on
Squadron 44, assisted by LT The course consists of
the front of the truck which at-
Ron Boyle, was responsible for National Association of lectures, conference discussionsand
tach to the dumpster-like con
the weapons delivery know- of July 10, been practical exercises. To be
Defense has, as tainer and lift it up over thetruck's CAPT Compton
ledge dissiminated to the Army formal national recogni- covered are such subjects as
granted cab into the bed. The
pilots, while VA-44 ordnancemen tion in the EmployeeManagement operator may work the hydraulic function of management and
VA Reminds Vets
instrumental in train- management analysis principlesof
were Cooperation Program, ac- controls either inside the cab or ,
ing the Army loading crews. cording to National President J. by those outside. organization, systems and

Of the pilots here, only Major B. Melton.It Of Expiration Date procedures analysis, planningand

David B. King, the detachment last June that the as- Per Diem Rate conducting a survey, paper-
training officer, had received was the recogni- Of Korean GI Bill work management, data pro-
sociation requested Hiked to $16LT
previous training of this type, I cessing systems and personnel
tion from the Assistant Secretaryof
that being also at VA-44 last the Navy, Paul B. Fay. B. A. Buscher, Officer-in- WASHINGTON (AFPS-The development.CAPT .
year. Charge of the Navy Finance Of- Veterans Administration s 0 y s James R. Compton,
One ground crew specialisthad In a letter from Melton to the fice here at NAS Jax, invites there are more than 150,000 Commanding Officer of NAS

had previous training in NAS Jax Association of Super- the attention of all personnel, Korean Conflict veterans still Jax, welcomed the group. In addressing -
ordnance handling. He is Frank visors Local Number 11, he said, performing TAD on and after 2 eligible for the educational pro- the trainees at the

Reinshell, SP-5, formerly a Na- "It is my understanding and be- July 1962, to ALNAV Instruc- visions of the Korean GI Bill. opening session the captain told
aviation ordnanceman. lief that we are the first organi- tion 20. In it was announcedthe Time is running out for them, of the important role analysts
val zation to be granted such recognition long-pending increase of the add the VA, as the educationand play in management. He left the
Major Billy L. Odneal, pro- on the national level.' maximum continental U.S. per training of non-disabled group with two thoughts: first,

ject officer for the AAB, said The local association is com diem rate from $12.00 to $16.00, Korean veterans expires on Jan. common sense is just as impor-

that the objectives hoped for prised of 75 members, better than effective 2 July 1962. 31, 1965. tant to a management analyst/
while at the "Hornet's Nest"were 90 percent from O&R. Personnel who have been paid This gives those who have already technician as it is to the man-
met and that the pilots per diem claims under the for- begun training under the ager and other line officials;

gained a basic knowledge of interservice cooperation had mer rate of $12.00 for TAD per- bill, or any late starters, just second, "don't forget the vital
how to bomb, strafe, and fire been of excellent quality and formed after 2 July 1962 may about two and one-half yearsto role of the management analyst/

rockets effectively while utili- that the support the Army received have additional per diem due. complete their courses. technician".
zing targets in this area. LT Buscher advises those con-
lie went on to say that the was outstanding. cerned to contact the Travel

Section of the Finance Office for r-

assistance in filing supplementalclaims.
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AFMAContinued

( from page 1)) t '$ .'r3rY c aY.
was midwife at the birth of b. : ..
this chapter and I am happy'tobe qX541..L
iN
here..on the first anniversaryof

my 'baby' tonight", he com-
} mented. "I am very impressedwith
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the quality of member-
ship of the Jax chapter and in

their approach and dedicationto ;: L.
the ideals of the AFMA", he :
commented. "This chapter has Y

great potential", he added.
Admiral Neblett also presidedat
the installation ceremonies -- 4 J.i
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: ;:, which saw CAPT James R.

Wiz .: ,r J" Compton, commanding officer of !
x ft. ;Llwlnppifd6 NAS Jax, succeed himself as + .
LT Ronald Boyle of VA44. sil- CAPT J. D. Sullivan .1
president;
AFMA HEAD SPEAKS-Executive vice president of the
tatSTcockptt of an Army ACM Mohawk prepares Army installed vice president CDR
as
;
Armed Forces Management Association RADM Thomas B.
Mosher. SP-5 for a
Major L. Odneal (right) and aircraft Ralph L.along with two other E. F. Hodge, as vice presidentfor Neblett (at rostrum), outlined the objectives and activities of
flight from NAS. This of Pliots Arthur Zeigler the AFMA for members of Jax Chapter 40 at their annual din
detachment Army ,
and two T-28 Trojans and a programs ner meeting last Saturday at the Officers Club. Admiral Neblett
Sid crewmen were guest of the Hornets during a two-week secretary; and Gladys Ebert,
in also installed the new slate of officers. Spouses and guests of
training period in which the men were instructed weapons treasurer. members were on hand for the occasion.
delivery and the handling of aviation ordnance.



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___ Jax Bears To fAX AIR SPORTS


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SeasonIn

Open SeptemberThe NEWSPhantoms




first professional football Spook

club in Jacksonville-the Bears

-plans to play a wide open,

rock 'em, sock 'em brand of foot-

ball for fans in this area this VP-5; Win 116Playing

Fall.An
____ exhibition game with the under the lights, in a slow, soft rainfall, the

Orlando Broncos, August 25, in Flying Phantoms of Patrol Squadron 18 toppled VP-5 July

> Melbourne, Fla., will lead off the 18, 11 to 6, to win the 1962 ComFairJax/DetJax Double Elimination -

season, then, September 8, the Softball Tournament.,.
x first of seven home games will Contradictory to the lopsidedscore
LT DICK GASKILL of VA-44 is presented the 1962 Com- VA-44.
be played in the Gator Bowl
it was touch and go for
,
FalrJax
Tennis Singles Championship trophy by RADM Joseph
Thus when VP-5 trounced
M. Carson. Looking on is LTJG John Sulor, runner-up to GaskilL against the powerful Miami quite some time. ,
The pair teamed up and also won the doubles competition: Bombers.A The Phantoms came into the VP-18, 11 to 2, early Wednes-

giving Attack Squadron 44 a clean sweep of the over-all Tournament three-week Spring practice finals undefeated having knocked day evening, the stage was set
held here recently. Gaskill and Sutor two of the ,
are with 130 Jax Bear candidates for a do-or-die effort from both
four-man tennis team from Jax Navy which is playing in the I over three entrantsincluding -
Sixth Naval District Championship at Pensacola Fla. July 25.28.FiveMan ended the early part of June VP5enroute.The participants that night.
with fine The pitching and batting of
many college stars latter came up the hard
turning out. They included Ed way-from the loser's bracket. VP-18, which had looked so

Skeet, Trap Culpepper, formerly with the Following their opening day weak in the afternoon contest

Minnesota Vikings; Bubba Law- loss to VP-18, they scored four I blossomed into winning form in

Team Wins rence, University of Georgia; straight victories including an the nightcap. While the offense

ChampionshipThe Billy Newbern, Florida, and Ted impressive 10 to 5 mauling of totaled 11 runs over a four in-

Richardson, Florida A & M. ning period, the defense shack-

NAS Skeet and Trap The motto for opening night in eled VP-5.
Team scored another victory at shot a 99 out of 100. the Gator Bowl is "20,000 or Football RefsWANTED Late inning rallies by VP-5

the five-man Open Civilianand In the Class "A" Open Division Bust", slightly under half of were not quite enough and the
it was Rupp with a score Phantoms took home all the
Military Championship at the Bowl's seating capacity.All !
of 99 out of 100. For the Class"AA"
Greenville, S. C., during last Bears games will be played marbles.
Sunday's match. Open honors Pendergrasended IM Touch Football referees The staff Fleet Air
Saturday nights in the Stadium. team at
in 99 tie. In the
a score
The five-man Jax Navy team Tickets will be available at the are in demand. Wing Eleven finished third fol-
consisted of Herb Rupp and two-man team, Rupp and Pen- Station Special Services office, Anyone interested in officiating lowed by the other tourneyparticipants

Bob Mckey of VA-44, Doc 'Par- dergras took the runner-up position Bldg. 704, at the reduced rate of this highly popularFall Cecil's VF-31 and
with 198 out of 200.
sons and Ernie Mauslein of 75 cents per game or $3.00 for a sport may attend the VF-174, VP-16 and ComFairJaxstaff.
NARTU and Ken Pendergras of Pendergras who recently won season book.Local Referee Clinic which will .

Ordnance and Gunnery. The the Individual Open and Mili- start August 2 in the Athletic The championship vaulted

team score for the match was tary Championship at Harris- Office at the Mainside gym.
VP-18 into second in the
491 out of 500. burg, Penn., has been electedto Diamondmen This first meeting will begin place
Fleet Air Jax run for the Admiral's -
Four of the five men took represent the Sunshine Stateat at 1900 with future meet-

winning places in the Individual the 10-day National Skeet Seeking PositionsOn ings being held on the fol- Trophy behind VA-44,
1200 to 1400 points. VP-5 andCecil's
,
Class Championships, while and Trap Championship to be lowing Tuesdays and Thurs-
VA-36 share second
Mauslein shot 96-100 to give held at Montreal, Canada, starting Jax Navy TeamA days for three weeks. I with 950 points each.WHATZDO'N. place

the team it's win. Sunday, July 29.
selected team of sixteenmen
Parson won the Class "C"
will represent NAS at the
Open Championship shooting a
lax Chess Club Sixth Naval District Softball
98 out of 100. The Class "B"
Tournament held at Charleston
Open was taken by Mckey who ,
Holds Tourney In South Carolina, on August 29 SPORTS WIZEBy

through September 1.

NATTU Sports Hotel Mayflower Some twentv-fivc softball Marc Whetstone

stars from the NAS IM Amer- Sports Editor
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A chance to win a $20 tour-
1 RoundupBy nament-size chess set, a $30 ican and National League Soft- For those of us who don't spend our working day observingthe
bal teams are now trying out activities on NAS from some UOOO feet up, lend an ear.
chess clock or several other
D. W. Warren, JOSNIt for the Varsity squad. These The newly organized Mayport Navy Flying Club is seeking
worthwhile trophies is being offered additional membership. This off-duty, self-supporting club is opento
took a long uphill climb tryouts are being held at 1630
through the Jacksonville active duty military and their dependents and civilians employedfrom
but AE Gold finally won out in Chess Club sponsored Chess on the Enterprise field, daily. appropriated or non-appropriated funds and their dependents.As .

NATTU's Intramural Softball. Tournament beginning tomor- When the final sixteen are of right now, a tentative membership fee of $20, payable

They topped AE Blue, the row. picked they will play other upon application for membership, and monthly dues bf $6 are plan-
ned and considered necessary to defray the cost of insurance, air-
team that was never out of Site for the tourney is the teams in the Jacksonville area craft checks, office supplies, log books, etc.

first until their final game. Hotel Mayflower, downtown, until the August tournament.The Currently, the club has one Piper 125hp aircraft, together with

With only one game left, AE with registration time at 1900. NAS Varsity Softball LT T.O. Jones from ComFairJax, a qualified FAA instructor, who
the with team has been retained at the very reasonable rate of $2 per hour.A .
Blue led League a hopes to further it's
plans
There will be a total of five minimum of seven hours of dual flying is required before
sparkling 11-2 record. AE Gold games played; one on Friday, after playing in the Sixth Naval obtaining a Student License, and approximately 13 additional hoursof
with two games left, one with and two each on Saturday and District Tournament by going to dual and 20 hours of solo are required to obtain a private license.To .

the Blue team, was a half Sunday. the South Atlantic Regional figure out what a license might cost (excluding membership
game behind at 10-2. They beat Softball clash during September fee and monthly dues), account these figures taking under consid-
Entry fees are $2 for Open eration that the club aircraft consumes approximately one-dollar's-
the Blue team to take over Division and $1 for amateurs.For 5-8. worth of fuel per hour: Student License (not permitted to carry
first, then won their last one passengers) seven hours dual flight time-41 per hour for gas
to stay there. further information, $.50 for engine overhaul and maintenance and $2 per hour for In-
Charles Cleghorn, director of struction. Total: $25.50.
AO and MAD No. 2 were tied the tournament, can be reachedon Eight-Ball SharksTo For the Private License (permitted to carry passengers) 13

for third with 7-6 records. Jacksonville exchange. 268- hours dual plus 20 hours solo-$1 per hour for gas, $.50 for engine
They have one game left to 5713. Meet SaturdayCalling overhaul and maintenance, $2 per hour for instruction. Total: 7550.
play. MAD No. 4 is in fifth bya As can be seen from the above, the minimum cost of obtain-
team of which he all Pool Sharks! ing a private. license would be around $100. Remember, of course,
half game. With one game was a mem- this doesn't include
I prIce membership fee and monthly dues.
still to play, a loss would drop ber, placed third in team com- Here is a chance to( get This is at least one tenth of the cost asked by civilian flight

them into a three-way tie for petition. that 'ole buddy of yours, who instruction activities and to boot, your flight time, both dual and

fifth. They have a 5-8 record. For' his efforts, Blick received claims to be the greatest solo, may be logged as your time and finances allow.
After obtaining at least 10 hours solo and three hours cross-
Support Services and ..MAD a match-conditioned .45 cal- when it comes to sinking that country, plus an endorsement by your instructor that he considers
No. 3 stand at 5-9 and MAD iber pistol, a 5% inch Paul Re- eight ball in the side pocket, you competent to fly cross-countrydhe club aircraft may be checked -

No. 1 is in the cellar at 3-10. vere bowl and a gold "Excel- to prove it. out A for weekend trips say, Miami?

lence in Competition" badge.In A pool tournament, open to training couple received other important features And are that the ground-school
costs you nothing. the club will carry a
NATTU's LTJG E. C. Blick, earlier competition, at At- all servicemen, is on tap at $501000 insurance policy on you. It would be wise to contact your

firing for CNATECHTRA in the lantic Fleet Matches here, Blick the Lutheran Service Centerat S-ifi cinpn&i.roweY.erdetermine your status in the event
.
19 West St. This club insurance is paid by your monthly dues.
Forsyth near Fair"
All-Navy Matches at San Di- fired 276-7x for third in indi- ?

ego, fired a 278-9x for fifth in viduals and the CNATECHTRABlue Main in downtown Jackson- The *i&yOTi Navy Flying Club is to be a social as well as a
individual pistol class. Two of team placed first in team ville, this coming Saturday SfcfriSSiuch'4it *is Anticipated that occasional dinners and
from 1200 to 1800. enjoyed by the membership.
the four topping him were not competition.For Oh the club
Regulation eight-ball yes hopes to have its own insigne which may be
eligible to receive awards other the Fleet Matches, Blick pool worn on flight suits, and upon completion of the solo trials, in-
will be the order of the dividuals
day will be awarded theIr Wings.
in
excellence competition received
than two gold "Excellencein
with engraved trophies being If you'd like to become a charter member of the MNFC or you'd
badges, leaving him actually Competition" badges, and an presented to the winners andrunnersup. like a little further information call Mayport (CH 9-071) and talk to
placing third. individual champion team H. W. Donaldson, ext. 384, Miss Molly Barker, ext. 203, or R. H.
Austrino ext.
241.
Blue trophy.
CNATECHTRA
The Happy Flying. .





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WAVES AT WORK-Jan

Hurst ACI (upper left) operates : _
a consol that iranimlils \
and receives on 20 bays in .r :'
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RATCC. Messages come from L\: 5.
the Control Tower. Ground

Control Approach area and

other ...
Operations centers. Janis
F- {.
one of the senior NAS

WAVES and will don her Chief

emblems this September. (upper
'
SII
right) Edna Clawson. RM3. .1'IL

operates an outgoing 82B1 teletype

machine while Ruth Ye it, y
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SN logs in some traffic at the ; ___.
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Communications Center. (lower

left) Pat Kramer. YN3 the only

WAVE assigned to the Account

1 ing Division of the Supply Dept. + F 4 eta o ;i:
_ J Jr 'ynbi
makes up the daily Status Fund t<.
Reports on a IBM 632. This is

a combination calculator. Typewriter

and key punch machine.

(lower right) Gerry Tolino SA

(right) goes over a pay account

with David Williams. DKC at

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I Movie GuideMovies I WAVES Observe 20th YearThe Admiral'sMessage


On the occasion of your 20th
will be shown regu- Navy's WAVES will reach a milestone in their history, next Monday, July 30, Anniversary J take pleasure in
20th of their establishment as part of the world'slargest
when they celebrate the Anniversary
larly at 1900 on Monday extending greetings to such an
through Saturday, at 1400 and Navy. outstanding group of women as
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1900 on Sundays, at the Main- They were originally organ- Viola B. Saunders next month. Navy at that time, Josephus the WAVES of the Navy.
side and NATTU theaters; at ized in 1942 as a reserve com- The official title of the post is Daniels, made a study of Navy I congratulate you on your
1900 only on Sunday at the Hos- ponent of the Navy but then Assistant Chief of Naval Per- laws and found that there was fine record of service over the
pital theater. These times are the WAVES (Women Acceptedfor sonnel for Women.ACTUALLY no regulation which stated thata past 20 years and / assure you
subject to change. Voluntary Emergency Ser- yeoman' had to be a man. that your continued service is

Thursday. July 26 vice) became an integral partof WWII was not Taking advantage of this loop- of great importance to a power
Mainside-Jack The Giant the regular Navy in 1948. the first entrance of American's hole, the Navy announced its ful Navy and our Nation's, se-
Killer. womenhood into the Naval ser- need for women in the Naval curity.
the height of World
During
NATTUnit Judgement at vice. They were expected as Reserve. Your 20th Anniversary is a
War II some 86,000 women were
Nuremburg. 1917 to serve as Yeo- hallmark of accomplishment.
early as
on duty in the continental Uni- Thus, in March of 1917, near-
Hospital-Wild In The Coun- manettes. The Secretary of the My best wishes to you allJ.
try. ted States and Hawaii. ly' 12,000 women rushed to recruiting M. CARSON

Friday. July 27 ON THE SAME PAY SCALE offices to enlist as Yeo- Rear Admiral, U. S. Navy

Mainside-Ulysses. with their male counterpartsand manettes. They were the first

NATTUnit-Jack The Giant with equal responsibilities, Dinner, Dance women members of the enlisted Captain's .

Killer. the Navy's women officers and Reserves in United States
Party TonightThe any
Hospital-Judgement At Nur- enlisted women hold jobs in MessageMy
cn burg. many fields ranging from cleri- NAS Waves Birthday Military Service. warmest greetings to all
Saturday. July 28 cal skills to more demanding Party will be held at the Blue- WAVES first came to Jack- WAVES serving with Jackson-
Mainside-Broken Land. technical ones. I jackets Inn tonight starting at sonville in 1942 when Ensign ville commands on the occasionof

NATTUnit-Ulysses. Captain Winifred Q. Collins, I 1830. will Kathrine C. Doe reported on the 20th. Anniversary of
Presentation of colors
Hospital-Jack The Giant Killer USN is presently serving as'' Nov. 10, 1942. Women in the Navy.
1900 followed by
and be given at Throughout the past 20 years,
Director of the WAVES as the invocation by CDR JohnJ. The next year the first enlisted Women in the Navy have occu-
Sunday. 29 line
July such is the senior woman Senior
Reardon, NAS Chap-
Mainside-Four Horsemen Of Navy. WAVE arrived here. Dur- pied billets of responsibility
officer in the Regular
The Apocalypse.NATTUnitBroken. CDRNATTUnitHitler lain.The ing WWII there were some and discharged their tasks in a
succeeded by
1 She will be highlight of the even
Land. I festivities will be the 1,500 WAVES on duty at Jack- highly commendable manner.
ings
Hospital- I Over the years the WAVES
-Ulysses. cutting of the 20th Anniver- sonville Navy Commands.At .
Horsemen Of have made important contribu-
Monday July 30 Hospital-Four cake by Rear
Mainside The Apocalypse. sary birthday the present time 100 tions to the development of the
-Hitler.
Admiral Joseph M. Carson,
NATTUnit-Four Horsemen Wednesday. August 1 ComFairJax.The Waves are assigned to NAS, nineto world's largest and finest Navy.
Of The Apocalypse. Mainside-The Story Of The celebration dinner has NATTUnit, 6 to FAETULantDet To all our WAVES, Happy

Hospital-Broken Land. Count Of Monte Cristo. been set for 2130 after which Two, one at ComFairJaxand Anniversary; be as proud of
Of Al- your Service as it is of you.
Tuesday. July 31 NATTUnit-Birdman the WAVES will hold their 29 to the U.S. Naval Hos J. R. COMPTON
Mainside-Birdman Of Alca-I catraz. Anniversary dance.
traz. pital. Captain, U. S. Navy
I Hospital-Hitler.



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MidshipmenContinued

( from page 1)) AO

Aviation. VLW vyen.

THIS INDOCTRINATION be-

gins with an introduction to the DongKongPopSStudents
primary command heads in this

area, learning their responsi-
and instructors of the
bilities and the missions of each. Advanced Aviation
Ordnanceman School at the Naval Air
Here at NAS Jax the mid- Technical Training
shipmen visit VA-44 for "Light Unit here at NAS Jax are doing their part in the President's -

Attack Day". They are lecturedon "People-to-People" program, nearly 10,000 miles

the operational capabilitiesof JN: : away.They've adopted two Chinese .
the A4D and AD aircraft.In .
children, refugees from Com- profile on each of the children,
addition, they journey to munist China now living in along with a picture.

Stevens Lake, south of Camp Hong Kong, with the assistanceof THE OLDER OF THE TWO
Blanding, Fla., and observe the
Foster Parents' Plan, Inc."Gunner" Kam Por (Cheung is a family
Hornet pilots put their attack name), is described as an intel-
carrier planes through live-fire CWO K. D. Girkey. ligent boy. He is four feet tall
coordinator of the school's Foster -
target maneuvers. and just recently celebrated his
Fleet Air Wing 11 hosts the Parents projects, says "Fifty eighth birthday
on July 21.
cents a day isn't much, but to
visitors for tours of the Patrol
Both he and a brother attending
are -
Cheung Kam Por and Wong Chik
Squadrons based here. When school.
'i
Kuen, it means a lot. .a chanceto
possible, they are afforded a ,:.:t THE YOUNGER Wonq Chik
,''.''' get an education enough foodto
flight in the P2V-7 aircraft. :>> Kuen, is a five-year-old girl
eat sufficient fewf
Aerial photograph is the pre- REPLACEMENT HONORMAN-LCDR Phil "R" Hawkins clothing, a best described
as precociously
sentation subject given duringthe of Olathe, Kans. (left), overcame the traditional bad luck of : the necessities of life. That's
Friday the 3th to become the Honorman of Patrol Squadron what we're trying to provide for intelligent. She would like to
middies' half-day visit to 30'i graduating replacement officer class 362. Presenting him these two children go to school but so far has not
VAP-62, followed by a first- with the honored award is the XO of VP-30 CDR J. G. Boniface. be able to. With aid from
hand association with the acti- Hawkins was selected from among 30 officers in the class. His Finances for the adoptees is her "Foster Parents" however
vities at the Radar Air allweather ASW training complete, the top graduate Is now in collected regularly from all per- ,
Traffic route to Brunswick, Me.. and an assignment with VP-10. sonnel of the school and school will probably, very soon,
Control Center and the Radar a spe- become a reality. -

Bomb Scoring unit of the Op- Prizes To Total $8,500 cial fund from other sources Contact is maintained between -
erations Department.TO also swells the kitty. To date, these children and the

WIDEN THEIR CONCEPTof Freedoms Foundation the effort has been encourag school by letter, monthly, and
Opens
ComNabSix's organization, ingly successful. The project now regularly by those personnel
the midshipmen are flown to is over, $60 in the black, enoughto leaving the AO School. Nearly
Key West, Fla. One of the two pay for two months care in i
1962 Letter Writing ContestNEW one third of the School's grad-
advance.
days here, however, includes uates receive orders to the U. S.
submarine indoctrination, the When the school memberswere Seventh Fleet in the Far East,
only divertissement of the Naval YORK (AFPS)-The Freedoms Foundation has notified that they had and each one that does is pro-

air presentations. After announced the opening of its 1962 Letter Awards Program. been accepted as Foster Par. vided with addresses so, should

spending their day with the Silent This year's theme is "My Freedoms and My Responsibilities." ents, they received a complete they have the oppo tuniy to
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Service, they return for me uommumsis are waging xry yS. : Mxnr aixaaMY.k Y stop in Hong Kong, they can
the introduction to the antisubmarine a relentless attack on our free- visit their "children".

warfare air groups and oms and have vowed to destroy The Foster Parents' Plan has,

Experimental Squadron One them," the Freedoms Founda- since its inception, aided 76,000

(VX1)i) tion warns. Servicemen, serving children of 27 different nation-
i all over the world to defend alities.

on the itinerary where the mid- these freedoms, are citizens and "That's why we feel we've

shipmen are one-day guests of ,
Heavy Attack Wing One. than just the military defenseof ject", added Girkey, "For if
Through the coordinated ef- our freedoms. \ you've ever been in a place like

forts of the heavy attack squad- "Only with a clear, and full : that (Hong Kong), I'm sure
rons, the visitors witness the understanding of what our you'd appreciate the need

bombers' operations freedoms are, and mean, and
BACK IN THE JACKSONVILLE the responsibilities these free- Roushe
Lands
AREA. VF-174 at Cecil doms impose, can they fulfill

Field presents "Fighter Day"at their obligations as citizens and Sa Y. 601
which time the Annapolismen members of the Armed Forces". l Tarpon

study the maneuverabilityand ALL MEMBERS of the Armed :. ,
fighter tactics of the F3H Off MayportLine
and F8U aircraft. Forces on active duty are
eligible to for the
compete
program's -
"Carrier Air Group Day" wetting can be worth
101 cash prizes amount-
wraps up the tours at the mas- while according to LCDR R. C.
ing to $8,500. First prize is
ter jet base with an impressive Roush of VP-18. He caught a
$1,000 with 50
aerial demonstration by CAG-1 second-place NATTU SERVICEMAN of the Month for June is Marine 60 pound Tarpon during a
units. awards of $100, and 50 third- CPL George D. Lancaster, se ring with the Marine Aviation weekend excursion off the coastof

THE FINAL ITEM on th accomplishment Is CAPT H. IiOffieer. Allen. NATTU's CommandingClassified
George
Honor
agenda taken: the Washington the 30-minute battle with
visitors within reach of our Na- Medals will be awarded to all the 5 foot 2 inch Tarpon, Roush
tion's outer-space programs as winners including those who personnel should write a letterof used a 30 pound test line to

they spend' a day touring Cape receive honorable mentions.The between 100 and 500 wordson bring the mighty prize in.

Canaveral's launching pads. subject, "My Freedomsand 1962's theme. Entries should During the same day a mem-

This is only a portion of My Responsibilities," is b e addressed t o Freedoms ber of the angling party hook-

what a midshipman experIences based on this statement by Sec- Foundation, Valley Forge, Pa.,, FOR RENT ed a Tarpon comparable to
during his Summer Cruise retary of Defense Robert S. and post-marked later than Roushe's but only. to have it
no
Furn 3 rm. 'pt., $65 per mo.; EV
II Training. But, it's a most important McNamara: "Our fighting men Nov. 1, 1962. Each entranti 4-1143 after 1700 snap his 45 pound test line and

phase. One which will should know the positive valuesof i should include his or her rankor Riverside-Share 2 bdrm apt. with plung back into the deep.

ultimately add to the develop- the freedoms which the Na- rating, serial number, branchof business lady; 384-4285. Alas, there must always be

ment and molding of his char) tion is calling them to serve ." service, unit address, and Furn. bachelor Apt., 1210 EdgewoodAve. the story of the one that got

acter as a Naval Officer. TO ENTER, eligible! service home adress. away.

Furn 1 bdrm. apt., $90 per mo.; P05-8413.

2765 Vernon Ter: tax Beach-unfurn. 3 bdrm.; 624
Riverside 3 rm. 1 bth 749 King St. 8th Ave. North.

Unfurn. 2 bdrm hout; P05-2I83 or THIS N' THAT

after 1700 EV4-5410 Ride from Arlington or Atlantic

Furn. apt., $50 per mo.; SP14245or Beach 0800-1630 to NAS; RA5-2335.

3889748. Riders wanted from Keystone Heights

Furn apt. 3 rm, $50 per mo; EV and Middleburg to NAS H. T. Dent,
8-9886 Ext. 211.

Furn 3 rm. apt., $75 per mo.; EV Ride from Cherry St to NAS. 0800-
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66301. 1630; EV9-0108)1

> Orange Park-1 bdrm. house fur n, Riders from Jax Beach to NAS 0800
: :ry
4cY C049837. 1630; Ext 524.
} < Furn. 3 rm apt., $40 per mo.; 2253 FOR SALE

JOB RECOGNITION-Barbara .W. Parham, a stock control clerk in the equipment parts Oak St. Apt 4Lakethore Ortega Hills-for sale or rent, 3 bdr,
procurement branch of O&R Department. receives a Sustained Superior PerIormance Award -3 bdrm., unfurn, $90 per 2 bath; EV7.1492 or EV44335.
I along with congratulations from CAPT Robert H. Fagan. O&R Officer. Others to receive the per. mo.; EV95954. Murry Hill-2 bdr. house; EV 9-4275
, formance award are (left to right) Alvin D. Crews metalsmith (aviation) of the process division. Ortega Heights-5 rm. house $80 or SP ,12877.Three .
Geraldine S. Taylor mail and file supervisor with Administrative Services Groups Bernard F.
Kinn senior production controlman of the Dispatch Division and John W. McGowan a metal- per mo.; 5143 Banshee St. bdr. 1 tilt bth take over payments .
; smith (aviation) of the Process Division. Highlands-furn 3 bdrm hour e: $69 per mo.; 7715140.