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Title: Jax air news
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Creation Date: September 20, 1962
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NATTU Honormen WHAT'S INSIDE i
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SGT T. E. Howard, AE "A" Liberty vs.Communism.

School, 85.48. ft S Page 2

H. Shumpert, AEC, AE "B" "Skillful" Driver Page 3

School, 8700. Sports Page 4

PFC G. L. Moom, AO "A" Travel Regs. Page 5

School, 83.23. Leadership Team Page 6

Vol. 20 No. 28 U.S. HAS Jacksonville. Fla. 20 September 1962



Over The Top In CC-UF Campaign Stop and Shop Goes



{: ,a1 ? aH Modern With Self ServiceStop


> >2t. .i. and Shop, the small but efficiently stocked supply

+ store which provides administrative and janitorial: suppliesto

NAS offices including tenant activities, has undergone a
modernistic change in providing speedier service to its
I ::4 t i 4j 'I -patrons.

Beginning Monday, September -
a single DD Form 1348 when
24, this new change will allow ry
T kI "going shopping".
K customers to select their
needs in the same fashion exer- This is how it will work .
cised self-service the customer will use a shopping
kets. by supermar- cart travel down the clearly

I L +iy; at This modern method of sup item-marked aisles and select

plying customers is expected not (Continued on Page 5, Col. 1))

only to speed up the gatheringof

; materials, but in turn will Chaplains Plan
help to eliminate a great deal

iT{ >, of paper work, both on behalfof
the Supply Department accountants New OfficesA
and the customers.
FIRST NAS DEPARTMENT OVER THE TOP-To the Comptroller Department goes the Contrary to past procedures new counseling service for
honor of being the first NAS Jax unit over the top in the current Community Chest-United which required the requesting all hands will be inauguaratedby
Fund Drive. RADM Joseph Carson (extreme right), ComFairJax and ComNabSix and CAPT
James R. Compton (left), commanding officer of NAS Jax shown flanked by keymen sand per. office to fill out individual re- the Chaplain's Office on Mon-
sonnel of the department. were on hand early Monday morning to help celebrate the over the quisition forms, for each item day, October 1.
!op" occasion. The 99-man outfit contributed $614 for the 101 percent. The campaign among Navy desired, customers will now car- At that time Lieutenant Juni-
October 16.
military and civilian personnel continues until
I ior Grade Paul L. Kauffman will
w be available for counseling at

z _{. ; ___ ... Naval Hospital Greets24OOOth an office in Building 158, Fleet
Air Wing Eleven Headquarterson
f; Monday and Tuesday and at

BabyWhile Hangar 116, Attack Squadron

k'c Forty-Four, on Wednesday and
Thursday.This .
;
activities here at NAS were a mere hour and
37 minutes underway last Thursday, September ..13, his- new Chaplain's activityhas
tory was being born at the Naval Hospital.Alice been established at the request -
of FAW-11
and ComFairJax.
-
Victoria Barfield, a pe-
tite ypung Miss weighing 7 lbs. Savings Bond. It is thought that the more

10V4 ozs. was ushered into this One of the highlights of the easily accessible location of a
the unveiling of Chaplain will benefit all per-
world as the hospital's 24,000th ceremony was
baby. The proud parents are Boat- 24 crepe myrtle trees, one for sons.
& 5L. JI swain's Mate Third Class and every 1,000th baby born at the Chaplain Kauffman, who is

LL:1' : $ Mrs. Charles Barfield of 6913 hospital since the maternity wing from Lancaster, Pa., was ordained -
: Miss Muffett Lane, Jacksonville. I was opened 19 years ago. The as a Lutheran minister
rOVER Barfield is serving with the trees symbolize a living memorial I in 1958. He is a graduate of the
Weapons Department at NAS for the babies born here and I Lutheran Theological Seminary I

Cecil Field. of the 24 trees beautifying the at Gettysburg, Pa.
THE TOP AND STILL GOING STRONG Patrol IN HONOR OF THE OCCASION hospital lawn, two have the He entered the Navy in Juneof
Squadron Seven has joined the ranks of the birds over the top a brief but impressive cere- name Victoria the first Vic- this year and reported here
in the Jacksonville Chest-United Fund effort.
Navy Community
The 300.man unit has already surpassed last year's contribution mony attended by friends and toria was born No. 23,000th" on after indoctrination at the Chap
with a $1170 figure to date and the drive is not yet concludedat staff members including the de- January 11th of this year. lain's School, Newport, R.I.
VP7. CAPT Gilbert Frauenheim ComFairWing Eleven, pins livering intern, Dr. D. R. Reimer, I
the CC-UF "badge of achievement" on CDR P. B. Derr, executive was held Friday morning on the
officer of VP-7, following his congratulations for the out
standing effort. LTJG Edward Hoene (left) campaign chairman lawn of the Family Hospital.
for the squadron beams an "A-Okay" smile. Chaplain John R. Hershberger,

Jr., gave the invocation, followedby
addresses by Captain RalphK. w RS .",: ;,
E-S,65 Undertake PettyOfficer's Brooks, MC, Chief of the 55qJ

Gynecology and Obstetrics De- ;}

partments, and Captain J. M.
Mess ProjectA Hanner, Commanding Officer of
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small group of first and second class petty officers the hospital.
CAPT BROOKS POINTED OUT
have undertaken the task of designing and modeling into *'k >
in his that Alice Vic ,,
shape the original NAS Jax First and Second Class Petty message s'K
toria's being is symbol of
a an
Officers Mess (Open).
unbroken chain of life as her
It was tha't announced early last signed the job as coordinator is heartbeat represents those of the
month construction of suchan
Richard L. Heintze, ATI of VP- many generations before her
establishment had been ap- 741. He is backed-up by a com- since the beginning of time. W46j
proved by the Station Commanding S
CAPT Hanner his 4 J
mittee consisting of personnelfrom gave con- f
Officer, Captain James R.
NAS, NARTU, FAW-11 sensus of what the young child'schances
Compton. ComFairJax, the Naval Hos- are of living in a free
Unlike many Navy activities, and prosperous world.
pital, and a WAVE representative. -
however, the designing, develop The new baby was then pre- "'.
ment and labor put into this sented several gifts donated by LjMISS ( ,, "., !
club is solely the responsibility of A one-time, two story class- the hospital including a $50 : "$x"j'+. ", ,
,
E-5 and E.6 personnel serving in room training structure Build- .}sLY'wi6'A:60%} Q'' A.OxaJ
location of AMERICA 19821 Perhaps, but for the momentthe
the ,Jacksonville ing 601 will be the
area. As such, little lady resting in her mother's arms is quite con
volunteers are being sought the new club. Commissary NoticeThe tent to reign as the 24.000th baby to be born at the Naval
particularly those first and sec: Floor plans show that on the Hospital here. Alice Victoria, shown here with her parents
onds (or equivalent from the first deck a complete galley and Commissary store will Boatswain's Mate Third Class and Mrs. Charles Barfield, and
,roo\n be closed Tuesday, Sept. 25, sisters Barbara Jean age 2 (in daddy's lap), and Patti Lynne
other Armed Services) who have dining will dominate the
) for their quarterly inventory. age 3, was born at 0937 Thursday September 13. Special ceremonies -
experience as electricians, plumbers west wing while the east wing were conducted in her honor Friday at which time 24
and carpenters. will employ a slag bar and game Wednesday they will be open crepe myrtle trees were unveiled. These trees, each symbolizing
The for regular business. a 1,000th baby born at the hospital since 1943, will standas
man who has been as- (Continued on Page 5, Col. 4)) living memorials. The 24,000 tree was named Alice Victoria. .

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Station Traffic Liberty vs Communism J


Violation Record'

J.aaoneRl: RELIGION

CAPT J. .. CON: MM -. CommwKbwfl..Ixacvtlv Officer Officer The following is a report of Modern democracies not only guarantee religious freedom -
CDR Welter J. Scbvt
-. ....* Air Jackaonvllla MAI 6ND traffic violations for the per- but also encourage the practice of religious faith.

MOM Joseph M. Carson __,- Commander iod September 9 through Sep- of all do they discourage public or private worship
CAPT Vtocaol Caaay ChIef of Staff s Least while
tember 15.NUMBER. Communist regimes, pretending to

APT Gilbert J. ""aAMIM fWaf Air Wing Eleven Commander OF ACCIDENTSThis ierSfreedom of religion, actually discourage religion and

CAfT Amfrmr M. Cowart _CMaf Staff Officer week (period Sept. 9-15)) persons of religious faith.

Novel Air Technical Training Unit ,.,..................................... 11 i persecute led world in the-
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CAPT Hartaal I 0. Allan' _Commanding Office Total Accidents this America the themselves. But it ought not to
year
CM hvana P. Vaniary, _Naval Eacutlv Off ken through Sept. 15 ................ 193 1700's, toward religious free deceive free peoples outside of
Hospital dom. Soviet Union.
CAfT ,. M. Harmar fymmMintiiij Officer Number accidents through step in this the
fundamental
CAT Steppe H. ToJJna_Exacuttv Officer September 1961 .................. 185 The the THIS SERIES IS TAKEN
Naval Air Roaarv Training Unit NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE great achievement was FROM Ideas In Conflict, Libertyand
CAPT Ralph L Blton, Jr. _Commanding Office separation of church and state
CDI William M. Miller _Exacutlva Office LAST INJURY IN MOTOR -the freeing of all citizens Communism (DOD Pam3-ll),

Printed oommaricaHy with non-approprtatad fund In Jacksonville, Florida atM VEHICLE ACCIDENT ...... 4 support of an published by Directorate for
.....* to the govammant and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-J5 tWo July from compulsory Armed Forces Information and
Tf58. Distributed fra of charge t* mlHtary and civilian personnel of rises Air NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis "established church." Education Department of De-
jMkaonvllla., Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, fleet Air Wing week (Sept 9-15) ........ 48 THE BATTLE FOR COMPLETE -

II, Naval Air feaaarv Training Unit and U.&. Naval Hoaptral. Speeding .................................. 9 religious freedom, begun fense.
LCDR Ralph D. McClure Service Information Officer
Andrew H. Planey Aulitant Service Information Officer Reckless driving .................... 3 by Roger Williams in 1636 in

Editor-Mae Spencer, J01; Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone, JOlj Staff.Robert Going through stop sign .... 2 Rhode Island, saw fruition in

Doddi, SA; Ruth Anne Robert, SA; Photographer-Paul Parker. Other violations .................... 34 the enactments of the legisla- Blood DonorsThirtyone
Member of North Florida Industrial Editor Aatodatlon and Southern and I International
Sixty eight drivers appeared tures of the 13 new states soon
Cowndla of Industrial Editors.The
personnel from NAS
Jax Ahr Newt la a member of the Armed Force Prei Service. Material before the Traffic Hearing after the Declaration of Inde-
appearing In tints publication can be reprinted providing credit .la given. Photo- Board at the meeting held on pendence ((1776). and the Brig donated blood at
trap** unless otherwise credited, are official U.s. Navy Photographa. September 17. Disposition of Communist doctrine attemptsto the Blood Donor Center, Naval
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone Hospital, for the month of Au-
the included the follow- of
cases assert that a guarantee
evtemkMa 8164", 656. 272 or 216.
ing: Twenty six lost drivingand freedom of conscience includes gust.

parking privileges aboard "freedom' of religious worship"and Donators from Overhaul and

the station, 23 were assignedan "freedom of anti-religious Repair Department were: Lafay-
Navy Exchange Outlines G. Barnett AN Glenn A.
eight-hour course in remedial propaganda." ette ;

driving instructions, It claims that this complete Campbell, AA; Michael R. Flynn,

16 received suspended penal- freedom is lacking in capitalist AN; and Luther A. Moore, AN.

Organization, MissionEditor's ties, eight received warnings, countries. Communist doctrineon Public Works donors were: Don-

eight were dismissed and six this point is utterly false. ald E. Connell, EO1; Charles L.
( Note: This the Fif-
CE1 and David W.
were referred to commanding Ferguson, ,
th in series ''articles in ANSWER: Between 1942 and Both of these freedoms exist
the
a of
officers for possible discipli- Thompson, CP. John F. Barker,
1947, prices were extremely highin under constitutions.IN .
and
form of 'questions answers
about of the Navy Exchange. civilian stores because'' of high nary action. THE U. S. CONSTITUTION, A2C/USAF; Arthur M. Dees,
AACT/USAF and Tommy L.
demand and short supply. Navy freedom is
Many Navy people, servicemen, ATTENTION TO DRIVING religious guaran-
Earls, A1C/USAF, all from 679th,
dependents and retired persons prices looked better when compared Accidents have causes. You teed, while the guarantee of AC&W Sqd. Aircraft Maintenance

may have misconceptions regarding to outside conditions. may find in these suggestionswhat free speech includes a guarantee I
donors were: JerryE.
the Changes in the Navy Resale Or- of the right to carry on an- Department
operations of the there is about yourselfthat
AA George E. Coak-
Byrant, ;
ganizations time
happened at
a
Navy Exchange, thus this information might to havean ti-religious propaganda on the
cause '
you AA Or-
when wholesale prices were sky- ley, AA; R. F. Morgan, ;
is presented to answer accident. part of anyone who desires to
ville L. Moore AMS2 KennethF.
rocketing. Many old timers ;
some of the questions asked 1. Do allow others to do so.But.
you PRAN George E. Stan-
blamed the new organization for Ray, ;
the U.S. Governmentdoes
most frequently.
)
distract
attention while
the rising prices. They should your ko, MR1; Lyndahal J. Stewart
QUESTION If NSSO and not use its own agenciesto
: buys driving, or do you keep your
have that the MR2; Arthur E. Ventimiglia,
seen same thing
warehouses goods for Exchanges and mind support any religious sect,
eyes carefully on
was happening in civilian stores. AA; Lewis. D. Wainer, AA; R. C.
throughout the world, won't some the road ahead? nor, on the other hand, to car-
Then too law Bannister ADR3 Abe L. Gray,
price-fixing kept ;
of the stock be "old" by the time 2. Do you reach for packages ry on propaganda against re-
civilian prices from breakng in ADRAN; John H. Fulks, AMS1;
our Exchanges receives it? light "smoke". look ligion.
the "good old days." Now the a or Arthur R. Hograth, AA; John R.
ANSWER The Navy Ship's up addresses while driving There might be some truth in
price has been narrowedbut Schueneman AMS2 Norman M.
gap ;
Store Office does not warehouseany rapidly, or do you slow downto the Communist claim if the
not closed-by new kinds of Shuba, AA; Loring M. Collier,
stock for Exchange. It's do these things? Communist Party and the Sov-
retail stores, principally the dis- AE2 and Leo A. Jussula, AE2 of
merchandise specialists, who iet Government, which rule the
3. Do get interested in the
count houses.Safeguard. you AEB School NATTU. From
have had. many... years. .. of. experi- scenery, billboards and peo- Soviet peoples, were neutral Brig were Leonard H. Johnson,
ence m civilian retail stores, ne- and refrained from anti-reli-
ple on the sidewalks, or have AMSAA and Robert W. Patterson -
gotiate master contracts in which EyesWhen trained gious propaganda.On .
you yourself merelyto
the supplier agrees that he will glance at them? the contrary, the Party SR.
not sell his products to any other Burning and the Government use the
buyer at a cost lower than the 4. Do you "day dream" on public schools, press and radio Records of attempts to utilize

cost to the Exchange. Informa- Clean-up Trash long runs, or do you avoid (which they completely con- submarine warfare go back to the

tion these Whoever draws the thinking of affairs that absorb earliest in history. Her-
concerning products is family trol) to attack all religion.The writings
made available to all Navy Ex- trash-burning chore during the you? distorted logic of the odotus (460 B.C.). Aristotle ((332

change and Ship's stores through fall clean-up campaign should 5. Are you careless of parked Soviet Constitution seems to be B.C.) and Pliny, the elder, ((77

catalog listing-merchandise pro- think twice to safeguard his eye- cars and what may be be- swallowed by millions of Sov- A.D.) mention determined attempts -

cured for your Exchange is chosen sight, warns the National Societyfor hind them, or are you alert iet people who cannot think for to build submarines.
by the Exchange Officer and the prevention of Blindness. for whatever may appear sud-

his assistants-mostly from the Both smoke and flames can denly in the road ahead.

catalog listing prepared by the mean unusual vision hazards for 6. Do you drive always at a

Central Office, but also from local Mom, Dad or the kids. Be watch- steady pace, or do you alter DIG?

vendors, manufacturer's ful when raking leaves or plantsfor speed frequently to help keep

representatives and jobbers, if burning-smoke from burning you alert? P '

,the price is right. The major poison' ivy or poison oak can 7. Do you fight off sleepi- You might have to. -r
portion of this merchandise is cause serious inflammation of the ness when awake for long -
per-
shipped direct from the manu- eyes as well as the skin. iods, or do you stop for a re- American servicemen always have. II P5

facturer's plants to the Ex- Discarding old bottles or cans freshing nap? They know the baffle Isn't over ;:

change. in the rubbish fire can mean BE ALERT. LOOK, LISTEN, until it's won. American POW'
QUESTION: Are Navy Resale tragedy if one should explode
DRIVE
prices higher now than they were from the heat and spray poten- SAFELY AND LIVE! have jumped tunneled, blasted

In the "Good Old Days?" I tially-bliding fragments of'glass md battled out of every prison
ANSWER Of or metal for yards around the
: course they are
higher. All prices, "everywhere, incinerator; the danger is greater 100% Mark Set By camp that stood between them

are higher now than they were if the container still holds com- and their pledge to win. ---_. -_. ,

ten o'r twenty years ago. How- bustible powder or liquid. Another MAD RiflemenThere

ever, no group of customers, any- risky idea is disposing of -t t a.t .

where, can buy merchandise at old batteries in the trash fire. were nine expert rifle -

prices lower than the prices at Batteries such as those in men, 14 sharpshooters and 18 -
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your Navy Exchange. Official flashlights and portable radios marksmen who qualified on the -- .

surveys have proved this state- explode with tremendous force rifle range recently from the CODE OP CONDUCT: If I am:

ment. If you don't believe it, when exposed to heat. Don't Marine Aviation Detachmenthere 4' -- captured: I win continue to resist
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make your own survey on aver- gamble with your eyesight.A at NAS. by all meant available I will make

age prices, not special cases. free pamphlet on eye safety Thus far this year, MAD has' a every effort to escape and aid ,

You will be happily surprised! and health can be obtained by qualified 100 per cent of their / others to escape. I will accept

QUESTION: Why did prices writing to the National Societyfor shooters with a total of 18 re- neither parole nor special favors

seem to be better in the "Good the Prevention of Blindness, ceiving expert, 34 sharpshootersand L Me.+.c ad bom the enemy -

Old Days?" Box 426, New York 19, N. Y. 45 marksmen recognition.






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20 September 1962' JAX' AIR NEWS Page 3


AFMA lo HearCentralization .
An Open Letter To

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vs. "'" ,::, '" : A "Skillful" DriverEditor's

DeCentralizationDo "
"J. : ( notes This open let.
you centralize your organ- Ii II' iI ter to a youthful driver was body can drive with a manical
I ; J JI. for .
disregard safety.So
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ization or do you decentralizeand j. written after its author Sydney,
don't take in
to what facets of operation -- ,, J. Harris of the Chicago News pride your
,
.a A real
.are the decisions applicable? ", had been forced othe road deadly accomplishment.
is considerate and polite-
Members of Jax Chapter 40 8i' the previous day by a young man
\ and takes chances only when it
of the Armed Forces Manage- % driver who passed Him on a
;\ ': counts, when his honor and con-
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ment Association may find the hill, cutting in sharply aheadof
science call out for it. On the
answer to this question and per- : f ;)\ him to avoid an oncomingcar.
> : : highway, most of all, it's easyto
haps others at today's :, '> .)
many "
..'' : : :': ,"r ,
: tell the from the boys-
men
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of the AFMA ,: Dear Son
meeting at the :
J} for the men have to save the
Civilian Cafeteria at noon. 3h You may think you are a good
boys from the of
CAPTAIN R. H. FAGAN. O&R ... I Wi..II. ''-'" driver, and perhaps you are. consequences
: their foolish and needless bra-
Officer, and the leader of a spe- ,.'... But I'd like you to keep in mind
: \..\ ... vado.
.
cially-selected Station study .:. ,.";iJ C. that most of your "skillful" dri-
group, will offer his presentationof ving is due to other motorists.
...... ... ..
>:*:>N...:;>;: "'x <:>:<< .w
the
"Command Centralization vs Anybody can whip along
OUTSTANDING EMPLOYE&-CAPT R. H. NAS Duval Sheriffs
Fagan.
Decentralization." The presenta- road as fast and as carelessly as
OlcR officer recently presented a award check for $150 to Odit
tion, complete with slides, is the B. Kast of the Avionics Divisions. ObR Department for Sustained you were going. There's no
result of a study made by the Superior Performance. The award is given to an individual trick to that-the new cars are Plan DanceThe
group of some of the problemsand employee for six months or mort of outstanding work. loaded with power and pickuptoo -

considerations of individualsin much so. I'm afraid. Duval County Sheriff's

the day-to-day decisions that Top Photographer JUST REMEMBER that is was Department, Lodge of the

have to be made in managementwith my alertness that prevented an Fraternal Order of Police

regards to 'organizational Rules Announced For'62 accident on the hill, not yours. will hold its annual dancein

structure. I And the driver who was approaching 'the Windsor Ballroom of

Members of the group who us also had to brake the Robert Meyer ,Hotel on

had a hand in the study, in ad- 'Picture Of Year' ContestMilitary suddenly and swerve in order Saturday, September 29, 1962at

dition to Captain Fagan, were I to save your life and his. 2100 0100. Proceeds from

Commander K. S. Law. Assist- photographers and I It is not your courage or dex this dance will be used by

ant Supply Officer; CommanderL. information personnel have have been made on official assignments terity that has kept. you alive as the Lodge for its many charitable -

K. Thompson, Administrative again been invited to display or on the photo- long as this, but the prudenceand undertakings. Tickets

Officer of Naval Hospital; Cap- their talent in 'the "Picture of grapher's own initiative. The politeness of other motor- for this event may be obtained -

tain J. S. Bentley, NAS Public the Year" competition.The cqntestant's current military address ists. You, have been trading on by contacting lodge mem-

Works Officer; Leonard Eubanks contest .is sponsored by as well as a permanent our good will and sense of self- ber Donald E. Fitzgerald,

Industrial Relations Officer; and 'the National Press Photogra- mailing address must accompany I preservation.I NAS Security Department,

Mort Haas, Management Con- phers Association, the Universityof each entry. WISH IT WERE POSSIBLEto Ext 666
Any size photograph be point out to that kindof
trols Superintendent of O&R. Missouri School of Journal- may you your
submitted, but must be mounted driving is nothing but bad
More information on the AF- ism and the World Book En-
vertically or horizontally on manners-it is not heroic, or adventurous
MA National Convention is also clopedia. Its top award carries KirkpafrickTakes
on' today's.agenda.. the title "Military Photographer 16 x 20 mounts. A caption may or manly.

of the Year." be placed on the back of the Suppose you ran down a Over Post

mount only. crowded street, pushing peopleout
TO WIN THIS .AWARD a
VP-30's NO MORE THAN 20 PRINTS of your way, knocking pack-
Ensign
contestant must enter all of the At
contest's five categories. These may be submitted by a contestant ages out of ladies' hands and AcademyRear
but an entire picture story kicking children into the gut-
Proves Value of include: Admiral Charles C. Kirk
will count as 'one print. Glossy ter. What would be so heroic or
Newsphotographs of a sche- Patrick, succeeding Rear Ad-
prints or mattes are acceptablebut manly about that?
miral John R. Davidson
NESEP .Program duled or unscheduled news event; toned as Sup-
feature-photograhs or picture prints are not. Nothing, of course. Then why erintendent of the U.S. Naval
Besides the Photo-
Ensign 'Alton L. Adams of stories of human interest sub- "Military do you suppose that having Academy, anticipated that future -
Patrol Squadron Thirty occupiesa jects; pictorial-designs and mood grapher of the Year" title val- 2,000 pounds of steel under you changes will be to the bene-

rather unique position in the pictures, landscapes and sea- uable prizes will go to con- makes it any better? There's fit of the academy.

unit as he is the only ensign per- scapes, patterns and gimmicks; testants who succeed in winning. nothing to be proud of in dri- Under a recent directive of
Entries must be
manently assigned to the PRO'S. portraits and personality studies; postmarkedno ving fast-any fool can do that. the Secretary of the Navy, the
The other 45 officers in the and sports.TO later than October 15, 1962. It's a form of cowardice to Academy must gradually phase

PRO's nest are four commandersand Entry blanks may be obtained threaten other drivers, not cour- out its officer-instructors in all

41 lieutenants.THROUGH BE ELIGIBLE photographsmay from Professor Clifton C. Edom, but military and nautical subjects
have been taken and int- Journalism Annex, Room 27-A age.SUPPOSE <
NEWLY COMMIS- YOU BEAT ME at and replace them with
ially published between Nov. 1, School of Journalism
Universityof
SIONED ENS Adams. military the getaway, or up the hill? What civilians..
1961 and Oct. 15, 1962. I Missouri Columbia
Navy background is a very good Submitted Mo. does that prove? Nothing, except At present the academy has a
example of the career opportu- photographs may I Prize winning pictures will be that, the car you bought is faculty of 282 officers and 240

nities available to naval person- exhibited during 1963, with the faster. You didn't make it; it'sa civilians. A modernization'of its

nel and one man's utilizatiQn of EK Benefil.Assn.. judging taking place at the Miss- commercial product. Anybodycan physical plant is also planned.
.
the NESEP (Naval Enlisted Sci- ouri School of Journalism. buy one like it-and any- "This academy has turned out

entific Education Program). This Pays $51.Refund fine' naval officers and it will
,Y+::f'ryv continue to do "
Program provides the opportunity I so, ADM Kirk-
for persons now serving in The Armed Forces Enlisted Patrick said on assuming his

pay grade E-4 and above who Benefit Association, just finish- new post. lie comes here after

have reached their 21st but not ing its fifth year of operations, serving as commander of the

25th anniversary of birth to enter has declared a $51 refund to its Pacific Fleet Training Command,

an officer training program insured number. a post which ADM Davidsonwill

that leads to a baccalaureate degree Increased membership duringthe I fill.President.

and a regular Navy com past fiscal year, along witha

mission. (Ed. note-for persons favorable mortality exper- f4 Signs
interested in this program the ience, was credited with the < .

deadline date for receipt of applications size of the refund which exceeds h'If nc.' rirr L UCMJ Rev. BillThe

locally has been ex- that of the past two years.

tended until September 25.) The association has Depart- $, }:: Revision Bill to the Uni-
a
ENS ADAMS ENTERED THE ment of Defense aproval to en- ;
NAVY in San Diego as an AR and troll members throughout the Y r; }9 yfu Jf ''fit ny frt.r'r''tl' S'if :!: k::J'4'y},.? ?3. (H.R. 11257)) has been signedby
,
seven years late rwas advanced to Armed Forces. Allotments for I ?} s. President John F. Kennedy

ATC. He entered the Universityof payment of the insurance pre- Only one change 'was madeto
j >. l',;, Mf r'9 nL' t '.r! 'f E:,r.1N} fa+Y
Washington in 1958 under the miums are authorized.All 3qJsKF the revisions outlined by the

NESEP Program and four years enlisted personnel in good House Armed Services Committee. -

. later emerged with a bachelors health and on active duty are It will be in the form of an

degree in electrical engineering. permitted to join except for Executive Order limiting the

College was followed by the six-month trainees. Member- punitive reduction of NCO's

Aviation Officers Indoctrinationcourse ship and insurance may norm- (E-5 and above) to only one

at NAS Pensacola and on ally be continued into retirement pay grade, rather than two.

July 16, 1962, Alton L. Adams and until the member The changes to the UCMJ
CERTIFICATE OF
APPRECIATION the Secretary of
was commissioned as an En- reaches age 65. the Navy wa recently sent to the Nary Exchange for their court-martials as much as 75 per
sign USN. cooperation in releasing Daniel W. Harris, optometrist at the will become effective Feb. 1,
Today, he is a full time PRO and is assigned to the Mainte- Hospital Optical Shop for active' Navy duty. Harris, a cihef 1963 and are expected to re-
with VP30the Atlantic Fleet's nance Department in the supportof aviation ordnancemen with Reserve Squadron VP-741 served duce the number of summary
his Squadron's P2V on active duty from October 1961 to August 1962 her*. He has
Anti-submarine Warfare R e- "Nep- courtmartial as much as 75
been employed at the Hospital NX since the opening of the per
placement Training Squadron, tunes" and P5M "Marlins". Optical Shop, in March of 1961. cent.



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first place JacksonvilleBears

play their second home

game of the Florida Football Teams Share

League in the Gator Bowl Sat-

urday night with the Reeling that {Y;

all of the 11,273 who saw their <

opener two weeks ago will re- Gridiron Top SpotAttack

turn and bring new fans with

them. Squadorn 44 and NARTU met opposing teams

By defeating the Miami Bombers last Thursday and both became victors of their first games

the second weekend in a row for the season of IM Touch Football. VA-44 went against

last Saturday night in the VA-35 on the Parade Grounds gridiron, while NARTU

Orange Bowl, the scrappy, color- challenged VA-176 in the Stadium.

ful Bears have caught the fancyof In the first half of the game
the entire league. against VA-35, VA-44's Curtis 18, MARTD-6; Hospital-18, Sup-
DEFENSE HELD VA-44 Ahtietics Director, LT Ralph
'
ply-6 on Monday Sept. 17 VP-
,
Down by two touchdowns in Goilin, gives his Hornetmen a half-time pep talk which appar- Carliton intercepted a pass to ; ,
the fourth the Bears six points in the first half, none in the second but they did hold bring the 44 squad within scor- 18 defeated VP-5. 6-0.
quarter, ently "soaked in". The Hornets met VA-35 last Thursday scoring: distance. AMERICAN LEAGUE
ing
Taking commandas
rallied with two lengthy marchesto their contenders scoreless. The win placed VA-44 in a four-way Team Win Losses
win, 20-19. tie for first place in the American League race along with 'the a result, quarterback Chuck
Marines, Hospital VP-18 and VP-5. Oyneil took to an aerial attack AF679th 1 0
Fifteen thousand or more are
Admin 1 0
and threw
a thirty-yard to
pass
expected to see the Bears go af- I NARTU 1 0
Jerry Jones left half, who
ter the high-scoring Daytona Live Wires Down VA-176 0 1
scampered over the goal line to
Thunderbirds
Beach Saturday
A-C: Malnl 0 1
score, which was later to
night. Kickoff will be at 2000. VP-7 0' 1 1FfcETU
be I the only touchdown in the
Tickets sell for $1.50 for adults, Hack Drivers 3-1 game. 0 0

75 cents for 'student and k VAP-02 '
ohly THE SIX TO 0 0
NOTHING win
servicemen. Children under 18 One of the highlight gamesof NATIONAL
LEAGUE
was team captain Jake Wade VA-35 '
over ranked the Hornets in
: last week's National
will be admitted free if accompanied with of 182 212 and 169. Marine 1 0
four
games a way tie for first place in
by) parents. Tickets are League 'kegling play found Other team members consisted of the American League.. Hospital 1 0
the Live Wires of VAP-62
on sale at the NAS Special Services VA-44 1 0
Jack Swann Steve Dura Blacke NARTU also
went to the air
Office, Bldg. 704. downing the Hack Drivers of VP-18 1
VA-44 giving the photo Simmons and Jim Cooper. with three pigskin scoring passes 0VP5
Ray Wallenthin lead Hack which 1 1supp1r
the totaled 18 points to de- .
squadron a three-to-one tallyto I : '
Drivers' first attack with 201 feat 0 1 1V
CS. add to their a VA-176, 18 to 6. .
EmployeesOffered winning
high game-way over his 133-pin Behind the excellent passing r3.5. 0 1
column.By .
,' "
average. arm of NARTU quarterback L. VP-30 0' >
virture of this win, the '
Roller Live Following are the results of D. (liver, a 40-yard pass play MARTD 0 1
Wires, are now tied for first '
place in the National League the. fifth week's top five teamsin was completed to K. A. Oliver, Sept. 24

Derby Tickets with the Sky Raiders of VA-35. the IM Bowling Leagues: right end, for the first tally. .
AMERICAN LEAGUE The
second touch down
Raiders boosted into was A VP-18 VA-44 StadiumN
The were Team ( ) vt.
..
Win Li. .
The Civilian Employees Re- the tieing lead by defeating the Marline .. ... ... .. ... ....7 1 scored on a pass from L. D. Oli- ( ) Admin vi VA-176 Parade Grds

creation and Welfare Associationhas Bandits, 4-0. I Confidential ., ". ......15 5 ver to left half Pete Valdeze Sept. 25
THE FIRST GAME betweenthe ten Pint .. .. .... .... 3 '1 making the score 12 to 0 at half- (N) A/C Mtint vs VP-7 StadiumA
obtained a block of ticketsto
Dispensary (tied) 10 6 time.
( ) VP-30 vi. Supply Parade Grdi.
the Roller Derby to be held Live Wires and Hack Drivers Electron (tied) .. .... .. .10 6 AFTER THE PLAYRESUMING Sept. 26
-
in the Jacksonville Coliseum on found the Wires spotting the CONTINENTAL LEAGUE
kickoff VA-176 gained. (A) VA-35 vi Marines StadiumN
Teams posi-
Drivers 71 pins. With this hand- Wins Lostei
Friday, September 28. Paymasters .. 16" tion to score on a 20-yard pass ( ) FAETU vi NARTU Parade Grdi
icap lead, the Drivers added
The Dixie Devils, which represent an Cougars 14 6 from quarterback Grant Hen- S.pt. 27
additional 58 pins over the Wires' Hornet . ...1 3
the southeastern sectionof 7
AF679th Stadium
dricks
to Paul Suliban for their (N) VAP-62 vi
score, giving them the win. It Mix Matters 12% 7%
the country in the Interna- was a different story the next Owl Hoots .. ... 12 8 only score in the game. (A) Hospital vi MARTD Parade Grdi
tional League, will be on hand NATIONAL. LEAGUE NARTU in the remaining min -. -
three games, however, as the
for this performance. Torn Wins Lena utes of the
game, once again
Wires walked away as the win- Sky Raider (tied) 15 5 NATTUSporls
Tickets are for box seats val- Live Wire (tied) 12 4 called on the throwing arm of
each. will be ners.High L. D. Oliver who answered witha is at
ued at $2.00 They man for the Live Wiresin Stingen 13 7 Sports competition a
made available to employees on VU-10 (tied) .12 8 30 yard pass to Jim Ballaesary standstill at NATTU, as all ef-

a first come-first served basis. I attending this event are Hospital (tied) 12 8 making the final score 18 to 6. forts are diverted to prepare for

The employee will receive one urged to obtain their tickets' This win placed NARTU in a the Touch Football season opener -'

ticket without charge. Addi- early, 'since the number of tick- three way tie for first place in on September 24.

tional tickets, to a maximum of ets available is limited. The Ci- Puttering the National League. At present. 12 teams are en-

three, may be purchased for the vilian Employee Recreation and Other scores of last week's tered with plans set to run two

sum of $ .25 each. Tickets will Welfare Association plans to I competition in IM Touch Foot- leagues. A round robin schedulein

be made available in central make tickets available at reduced Around ball including standings and each league is probable with '

locations and may be obtained prices for future events coming games are as follows: a playoff between league win-

during lunch periods or breaks. depending on the response of Golfers! Admin-20, A/C Maint-0; VP-5- ners to determine the champion.

Employees who are d"Pigskin employees.
You can sleep in on Sunday,

September 23. At least until

noon, as the NAS Golf Course I

Pickers"Parlay will be closed to play due to I

the qualifying of the Jackson-

ville Amature Golf Assoication
PredictionsAs .
members for their up and com-

ing annual two-ball golf tourney.

has been' a regular tradition every fall in the Jax Air i NAS Golf Pro Joe MacDonaldsays

News, the sports writer, athletic director, editors and weekly guest that starting times will begin -

make collegiate gridiron predictions to see who can come closestto immediately after the last

100% accuracy, and attain the title of "Pigskin Predictor pf the qualifyer tees off.

Year".
Guest selector of the week is Jonas Swecker of the NAS

Officer's Records Office. Games for the week are: AlabamaGeorgia NAS Mainside Gym' j JoaA

.. ; USC-Duke, ; Army-Wake Forest; Florida-Miss State; LSU-

Texas A&M; Navy-Penn State; Arizona-Brigham Young; FSU- Open Play ResumesThe .k' :"'" ,..',

Kentucky; Washington-Purdue; George Washington-Va. Tech; h. .

SMU-Maryland; Princeton-Rutgers; Oklahoma-Syracuse;; NC-NCS Mainside Gym. closed for ",
.
;\
and Brown vs. Colgate. the summer months, reopenedlast :s< ;
h'
Editors Mac Dodda Swecker Tuesday and is now being i ,

Georgia Ala. Ala. Ala. readied for Fall indoor IM sports ", 'lffi
USC Duke USC Duke ,
Army Army Army Army programs which include volley- FORMIDABLE FOES-These Naval Academy football stats,
T.Miss A&M S. Fla.LSU LSU Miss S. LSU Miss S. ball, ping pong and basketball. shown flanking the team mascot, make up the Academy's first
Navy Penn. S. Penn S. Navy Balls and table tennis equip- string backfield that will face Penn State in Navy's opener) September .
B.Y. Ariz. Ariz Ariz. ment available 22. Left to right are halfback John Sal quarterback Ron
are for checkout
FSU FSU FSU Ky. Klemick, fullback Pat Donnelly and halfback Jim
Stewart. After
Wash. Wash. Purdue PurdueVa.
from the
f Tech G.Wash G. Wash Va.Tech Athletic Office. meeting Penn State (picked number one by some), Navy will
SMU Md. Md. Md. The gym hours will be from tune up with William and Mary Minnesota on October 6; Cornell -
Okla.Princ. Syrc.Prine. Okla.Princ. Syrc.Prlnc. 1000 to 2100 on weekdays and Boston College Pittsburg Notre Dame and Syracuse before
N. C.: N. C.: N. C.. N C.: I from 1300 to .2100 on Saturdays facing Southern California and finally with West Point for
Brown Brown Brown Brown the classic: Army and Navy game on Saturday Dec.: 1.r' .

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NFO Outlines Recent


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:. N\ Joint Travel Changes

i ,.
ttyt {
a I Among the recent changes
which will be
su-
15847)), soon
I to the Joint Travel Regula-
perseded by the Manual for

TL ., tions is an important one Messes Ashore (NavPers 15951)),
concerning "charges" for
;> states that officers and govern-
Government Quarters.The .
k'Y following information was ment civilian employees travel-

ing on official travel orders are
furnished by the Navy Finance
not required to pay a linen
Office to assist personnel in in-
charge. Regarding "service
r terpreting the regulations.Joint .
charges," this manual providesthat
Travel
Regulations, par-
levying a charge for service
agraph 1150-5 states that enlisted -
which an individual does not
personnel WILL NOT be sub-
request and cannot reject is also
ject to a service charge at in-
prohibited.
stallations of the uniformed
Based on the above ,an officer
services. However, this flat pro-
member cannot be paid an in-
hibition is not applicable to offi-
creased diem by virtue of
per a
members. Some and
cer Army "
r : charge at a Navy BOQ. The
Air Force installations have imposed -
member should contact the com-
a charge upon officers ina
mand concerned for a refund. If
travel status occupying Gov-
a refund cannot be obtained, he
i ernment quarters.

_._ ._ _.. ,; ; ,<. :. !:t., tf:: ;;1n;;;; ;::\i;:;:: hby : ;: :..:.:.....' .. WHAT ABOUT CHARGES at Personnel should advise(Pers-G12)the Chief). of Naval
-- -- : '
>w7TOv WAMAW.Mii:>' ictikYWviobo6k y S W\W4Ws\ UMimH PPHMM Navy operated officers' quarters?
--ifiLPYOURSELF-A
sneak preview of what it will be like If an officer pays "service
Stop and Shop shopping at the Stop and Shop store after next Monday is They are NOT AUTHORIZED! charges" at an Army or Air
acted out by NAS customers. Ollivene Dunn (left) of the Aux- The Manual for Commissioned
Continued !iary Stores Branch Office, selects a typewriter ribbon, while Officers' Messes Ashore (NavPers Force installation he may be re-
( from Page 1)) Gary Parson SA, of the Operation's Personnel Division has his imbursed by the daily cost In-

his needs. After he has made his self-service selections tabulated by Store Manager Ellis Leake. curred for Government quartersnot

necessaryrounds he will pre- This new method of gathering administrative and janitorial. PO Club to exceed $2.00, as substan-
supplies is expected to save time and .
sent a single "Money Value money. (Continued from Page 1)) tiated by a statement by the

Only" DD Form 1348 Top Cardto room. Also, the club's office anda member concerned.

the supply clerk at the check- 2,300 Navy Recruiters package store will be located I

out counter where the total val- I off the foyer.

ue of the order will be added The second deck's west wing

and recorded on the form. An Attain All-Time HighThe provides for a spacious 600 sq.

adding machine tape of the total ft, of dancing floor as well as a

costs will be issued to the Navy's 2,300 recruiters attained an all-time high 40-foot bar and neatly arranged

customer as his receipt and for during fiscal year 1962 when 102,000 qualified men en- cocktail lounge. The east wing on

his record purposes, while the listed in the U. S. Navy. This exceeded by more than 14,000 the second deck is presently being {

Form is taken to the Supply Of- any previous year since 1956, when the draft was utilized. tagged as the special events

fice the same day and the cost I Navy recruiters estimate that I II I room. It will be the site, more
deducted from the I in order to obtain individualswho personal desires and aptitudes of
customer'sallotted than likely, of game nights, .i.it
: the
individual. I
best meet the
allowance. Navy's requirement special appearance, etc.

Procuring supplies is not limited that a recruiter pro- On an individual basis, Navy Also on the second deck will

to the cesses an of three appli- recruiters averaged 45 men each
"Money Value On- average 'be a large color TV and movie
ly" procedures, however. When cants for each one finally ac- during the year. Using an average lounge.

the cepted for enlistment. enlistment of four years this
customer considers it necessary Restroom facilities are being

to place a monetary limitation Nearly 7,500 more young men means that each was responsiblefor constructed on both floors.
I were enlisted under the Navy's obtaining 180 years of ser '
on purchases, the requisi- Material-wise nearly every-
tion card High School Graduate Training vice for the Navy. Adding the 30
will contain a statement thing needed for interior con-
as to what the limitation Program than ever before. Under per cent of these men that are struction has been affordedthe

is and this recruit who expected to reenlist at the end
a
the check-out clerk will program committee workers by ac-
insure purchases do not exceed is a high school graduate is of their enlistment to make the tivities here on the Station. This

that limit. In order to help the guaranteed assignment to a Na- Navy a career, brings the 'total '(also includes power saws,

customer keep tabs on his limited vy technical school upon comple- service obtained by each recruiter planes and tools.

expenditures, all items in tion of recruit training or as up to 400 years. Financially, NAS, Special Ser-

the store have been clearly loon as a school seat becomes These figures do not include vices has appropriated $5,000 to-

pricemarked.These available.Of broken service reenlistments, ward the club' establishment.In .

new operating stand- the total number enlisted, WAVE recruits or officer candi- addition, the committee has

ards are a result of the Bureauof over 67,000, or two-thirds, attained dates. submitted a project letter to t

Supplies and Accounts en- scores on mental tests indicating ', .. '. Washington requesting a $47,000 SIGHTS ON THANKSGIV.

couraging stocking activities to a potential for techni- I dip out of the Navy's nonappro- ING-.A. L. Heintze, ATI of

establish such retail self-servce cal schools. This number inclu- Classified ''I priated fund. These monies, primarily VP-741, reenforces ceiling

stores.BNATTUMen. ded non-high school graduatesin ,; I to be used for decoratings boards prior to putting on overhead
sound-absorbing tile in
mental : and and the $5.000
the higher categorieswho furnishings the dancing wing of the First
could not be guaranteed FOR RENT : from Special Services, will be the and Second Class Mess (Open)
I Furn. 4 rm apt. $55 per mo; EV 9-0514 outside financial the under construction in
school assignment, but who in only support presently
EV 89806.
most cases will be assigned to or Furn apt. 4 rooms, 1 bath, $70 per club will receive Once it is operational Bldg.first POI 601.and This P02 will club be of the its

schools at a future date basedon mOl EV 71950. the club will have to pay kind authorized here at NAS

Advance. CPOSix the Navy's needs and on the Unfurn Houses; SP Ml42. its own bills. But in turn, all pro- and hopes are that it will be
lo Furn 4 room apti, $120 and $110 per Development
Thanksgiving.
ln by
EL 5-8620. fits will be enjoyed by its membership op<
mOl
of the establishment
Unfurn 2 bdrm house, $55 per mOl .
men from Naval Air Tech- Local Activities began last month but there is
SP 1-2242. "One feature I believe our a dire need for volunteer E-5s
nical Training Unit ad- Hilli-3 bdrm, 1% baths
were Ortega ; "
who have had
patrons will appreciate, says and 6s experience
vanced to Chief Petty Officer Fealure DancesThere EV 04.15..6.furn. in electricity, plumbingand
lleintze, "is the proposal of
apt $65 mo SP 11106.
Sept. 16 ; per ; Interested
as result of February's carpentry. per-
a last
-
Guest all utilities, for club" method
servicewide will be a Dance every House servicemen > utilizing a "key sons are asked to see Heintze
examinations.The only; 264.6884.Orange ''Of entering the establishment."
at the club sight.
afternoon from 1430 .
Sunday
Aviation Park 2 bdrm house, $65
Mates Electrician's to 1730 for all Navy teenage per mo. CO 4-9773 after 1600. He explained that authorized club, it is anticipated the ribbon

dominated the advance- The dance will be held at the Unfurn 3 bdrm house, 2 bath, $100 members would be issued key cutting ceremony will be con-
ment but one lone boilerman kept per mo; EV 73909. cards designed with lock-
CPO Club topside. Bldg. 705 ducted in time for Thanks-
it from Furn apt $65 mo FL 66301.
being all AE. per ; type notches which, when Inserted -
Music will be furnished by THIS N' THAT giving Day Celebrations.All .
Captain H. D. Allen, NATTU "The Continentals". Admission Ride wanted from Ortega Hills to into a slot in the door, wouldbe
and who
E-5s E-6s
Commanding Officer presented Bldg 1, 0800 to 1630; Ext 8117 or EV would electronically release the
i be 35c.
will
9.3800, Mary Stewart.Rid. interested in donating a few
Certificates of Advancement in after lock and allow the door to
There will be a meeting wanted from Arlington to NAS hours evening week-
I an or on
rate to the six Monday, Sept. 17. open. "This", he went on to
I the dance for all teenagerswho 0800-1630 Ext 8246, Irving Spevk. ends are asked to contact Hein-
Those advanced were J. E. interested in forminga Lady to share home, board reasonable say, "will eliminate having to
are
Cloud ; Ext 88.319 or SP 1-3469 'ask to see ID cards." tze or Drews in Bldg. 601 anytime -
AECA
; L. D. Helm, Teen Club.
the week.
FOR SALE the anyday, during
AECA The biggest concern at
l ; R. c, Atwood, AECA; Cedar Hills 4 bdrm, 2 bath; SP 1.1660
G.; W. McKnight, AECA; G. M. The Lutheran Service Center, Lakeshore > unfurn house; 4 bdrm, 2 moment, according to Heintze

Mosier, AECA, and H. E. Spence, 19 W. Forsyth Street, has an- bath, $54 per mo; EV 93247. and fellow co-worker Dick "Mr. Jones, I want you to quit

BTCA. nounced that they will hold a River front home. 5 rooms CO 4-6646 Drews, AMH1 of A/C Main- smoking," said the psychiatrist.
Park
Cloud Square Dance Friday, September CO Orange 49978. concrete bungalow; tenance Quality Control, is the "Would that help me?" asked

is a student in AE "B" 21 at 2000. The dance will Hyde Park 3 bdrm, 2 baths $500 need for off-duty volunteers. the troubled patient.

School, Spence is on NATTU's be free of charge also free re- and assume FHA, Payments $86.26 per Providing enough men showan "No," the psychiatrist an-

MAA will be served. All mo. EV 72959. interest in helping to sup- swered, "but you're burning a
| force, and the others are freshments 3 bdrm, 1% bath. Buy equity pay
welcome. port the construction of the hole in couch."
School instructors.. service personnel are $81 per mo; SP 1-0297. my






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Over Miami; to { JAX AIR SPORTS


Return Sept. 22The NEWSSeven


first place Jacksonville

Bears play their second home

game of the Florida Football Teams Share

League in the Gator Bowl Sat-

urday night with the feeling that
f fN
all of the 11,273 who saw their 3 { t-0

opener two weeks ago will re- Gridiron Top SpotAttack

turn and bring new fans with

them. Squadorn 44 and NARTU met opposing teams

By defeating the Miami Bombers last Thursday and both became victors of their first games

the second weekend in a row { for, the season of IM Touch Football. VA-44 went against

last Saturday night in the VA-35 on the Parade Grounds gridiron, while NARTU

Orange Bowl, the scrappy, color- challenged VA-176 in the Stadium.

ful Bears have caught the fancyof In the first half of the game
the entire league. against VA-35, VA-44's Curtis 18, MARTD-6; Hospital-18, Sup-
DEFENSE HELD VA-44 Ahiuiici Director LT Ralph
ply-6 on Monday Sept. 17 VP-
,
; ,
hit Hornetmtn half-time talk which Carliton intercepted a to
Down by two touchdowns in Goilin gives a pep appar- pass
the fourth the Bears six points in the first half, none in the second, but they did hold bring the 44 squad within scoring 18 defeated VP-5. 6-0.
quarter, ently "soaked in". The Hornets met VA-35 last Thursday scoring distance. commandas AMERICAN LEAGUE
Taking
rallied with two lengthy marchesto their contenders scoreless. The win placed VA-44 in a four-way Team Wins Losses
win, 20-19. tie for first place in the American League race along with 'the a result, quarterback Chuck
Marines. Hospital. VP-18 and VP-5. Oyneil took to an aerial attack AF679th 1 0
Fifteen thousand or more are Admin 1 0
and threw a thirty-yard to
pass
expected to see the Bears go af- .
I NARTU 1 0
Jerry Jones left half, who
ter the high-scoring Daytona Live Wires Down VA.I 76 0 1AC
Beach Thunderbirds Saturday scampered over the goal line to
Malnt 0 1
score, which was later to
night. Kickoff will be at 2000. .
VP-7 0 1f3AETU
be the only touchdown- the
Tickets sell for $1.50 for adults, Hack Drivers 31One game. 0 0

only 75 cents for student and THE SIX TO .NOTHING fc win VAP-62 '0 0

servicemen. Children under 18 of the highlight gamesof wus team captain Jake Wade, over'VA-35 ranked'the Hornets ina NATIONAL LEAGUE

will be admitted free if accom- last week's National with games of 182, 212 and 169. four way tie for ,first place in Marine 1 0

panied by) parents. .' Tickets are League 'kegling play found Other team members consisted of the American League. Hospital 1 0
on sale at the NAS Special Services the Live Wires of VAP-62 VA44VP1S 1 0
Jack Swann Steve Dura Blacke NARTU also
went to the air ,
the Hack Drivers of '
Office: Bldg. 704. downing 1 0
; VA-44 giving the photo Simmons and, Jim Cooper. with three pigskin scoring passes .'
Ray Wallenthin lead Hack which totaled VP-5 1 1
the 18 points to de-
.
) squadron a three-to-one tallyto Drivers' first attack with a 201 feat VA-176, 18 to 6. Supply) : 0 1
Employees add to their winning '.
'
VA35VTM 0 1
high game-way over his 133-pin Behind the excellent passing
column.By .1
virture of this win, the average. arm' of NARTU quarterback L. 0'"t

Offered Roller Live Wires, are now tied for first Following are the results of D. Oliver, a 40-yard pass play MARTO 0 1
the fifth week's top five teamsin was completed to K. A. Oliver, Sept. 24
place in the National League
the IM Bowling Leagues: right end for the first
Derby TicketsThe with the Sky Raiders of VA-35. tally. *
AMERICAN LEAGUEr The second touch down
The Raiders were boosted into was (A) VP-18 vi. VA-44 StadiumN

Civilian Employees Re- the tieing lead by defeating the I AAarlini 11".1 .. .,. ... .. .. ..Wins.7 Losses 1 scored on a pass from L. D. Oli- ( ) Admin vi VA-176 Parade Grdi

creation and Welfare Associationhas Bandits, 4-0. Confidential .... ... .....15 5 ver to left half Pete Valdeze Sept. 23
THE FIRST GAME between Ten Pint ... ............... 3 'l making the score 12 to 0 at half- (N) A/C Main vi VP-7 Stadium
obtained a block of ticketsto
Dispensary (tied) 10 time. '
6 (A) VP-30 vi.' Supply Parade Grdi.
the Roller Derby to be held I the Live Wires and Hack Driv- Electrons (tied) . ... .. .10 6 AFTER THE PLAYRESUMING Sept. 26
-
in the Jacksonville Coliseum on ers found the Wires spotting the CONTINENTAL LEAGUEr
kickoff, VA-176 gained. posi- (A) VA-35 vi Marine Stadium
Drivers 71 pins. With this hand- 11".1 Wins Losses
Friday, September 28. Paymasters .. .. 16 4 tion to score on a 20-yard pass (N) FAETU vi NARTU Parade GrdiStadium
icap lead the Drivers added
The Dixie Devils, which represent an Cougars 14 6 from quarterback Grant Hen- Sept. 27
additional 58 pins over the Wires' Horned .. .. ...13) 7
the southeastern sectionof dricks to Paul Suliban for their (N1) VAP-62 vi AF679th
score, giving them the win. It Mix Masters 12& 7V&
the country in the Interna- was a different story the next Owl Hoots .. ... 12 8 only score in the game. (A) Hospital vt MARTD Parade Grdi
tional League, will be on hand NATIONAL LEAGUE NARTU in the remaining min- -
three games, however, as the
for this performance. Teems Wins Losses utes of the game, once again
Wires walked away as the win- Sky Raiders (tied) 15 5 NATTU Sports
Tickets are for box seats val- Live Wires (tied)) 12 4 called on the throwing arm of

ued at $2.00 each. They will be ners.High man for the Live Wiresin Stingers 13 7 L. D. Oliver who answered witha Sports competition is at a

made available to employees on VU-10 (tied) .. ..12 8 30 yard pass to Jim Ballaesary standstill at NATTU, as all ef-

a first come-first served basis. attending this event are Hospital (tied) ..12 8 making the final score 18 to 6. forts are diverted to prepare for

The employee will receive one urged to obtain their tickets This win placed NARTU in a the Touch Football season opener -

ticket without charge. Addi- early, 'since the number of tick- three way tie for first place in on September 24.

tional tickets, to a maximum of i ets available is limited. The Ci- Puttering the National League. At present. 12 teams are en-

three, may be purchased for the I vilian Employee Recreation and I I Other scores of last week's tered with plans set to run two

sum of $ .25 each. Tickets will Welfare Association plans to I competition in IM Touch Foot- leagues. A round robin schedulein

be made available in central] make tickets available at reduced AroundGolfers ball including standings and each league is probable witha

locations and may be obtained prices for future events coming games are as follows: playoff between league win-

during lunch periods or breaks. depending on the response of Admin-20, A/C Maint-0; VP-5- ners to determine the champion.

Employees who are d"Pigskin employees.
You can sleep in on Sunday,
fG d $ ilai9o:F R zkT'S.
September 23. At least until

noon, as the NAS Golf Course I

Pickers"Parlay will be closed to play due to

the qualifying of the Jackson-

ville Amature Golf Assoication
PredictionsAs
members for their up and com-

ing annual two-ball golf tourney.

has been a regular tradition every fall in the Jax Air NAS Golf Pro Joe MacDonald

News, the sports writer, athletic director, editors and weekly guest says that starting times will begin -

make collegiate gridiron predictions to see who can come closestto immediately after the last

100% accuracy, and attain the title of "Pigskin Predictor pf the qualifyer tees off. a 5

Year".

Guest selector of the week is Jonas Swecker of the _NAS

Officer's Records Office. Games for the week are: AlabamaGeorgia NAS Mainside Gym'
.ati ,,
... ; USC-Duke; Army-Wake Forest; Florida-Miss State; LSU- '., t : :

Texas A&M; Navy-Penn State; Arfzona-Brigham Young; FSU- Open Play Resumes $ .t .'" .
Kentucky; Washington-Purdue; George Washington-Va. Tech; ,?;
"
SMU-Maryland; Princeton-Rutgers; Oklahoma-Syracuse; NC-NCE The Mainside Gym. closed for .....,.l.rM.,..'., :..,
and Brown vs. Colgate. the summer months, reopenedlast t") '
Editors Mac Doddi Sw.cker Tuesday and is now being i b 'ri
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i
Georgia Ala. Ala. Ala. readied for Fall indoor IM sports r" "''I
USC Duke USC Duke I
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Army Army Army Army programs which include volley- FORMIDABLE FOES-These Naval Academy football stars,
Miss S. Fla. Miss S. Miss S. ball, ping pong and basketball. shown flanking the team mascot, make up the Academy's first
T.A&M LSU LSU LSU
Navy Penn. S. Penn S. Navy Balls and table tennis equip- string backfield that will face Penn State in Navy's opener Sep.
B.Y. Ariz. Ariz Ariz. ment available tember 22. Left to right are halfback John Sal quarterback Ron
are for
checkout
FSU FSU FSU Ky. Klemick. fullback Pat Donnelly and halfback Jim Stewart. After
Wash. Purdue PurdueVa.
I Wash.. Tech G. Wash C,. Wash Va.Tech from the Athletic Office. meeting Penn State (picked number one by some), Navy will
SMU Md. Md. Md. The gym hours will be from tune up with William and Mary: Minnesota on October 6: Cornell -
Okla.Prlnc. Syrc.Prlnc. Okla.Prlne. Syrc.Prlnc. 1000 to 2100 on weekdays, and Boston Colleqe, Piltsburg. Notre Dame and Syracuse before
N. C.: N. C.: N. G:. N. C.: from 1300 to .2100 on Saturdays facing Southern California and finally with West Point for
Brown Brown Brown Brown the classic Army and Navy game on Saturday, Dec. 1.

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Joint Travel Changes


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Among the recent changesto
15847), which will soon be su
the Joint Travel Regula-
g.
perseded by the Manual for
l } tions is an important one
54 Messes Ashore (NavPers 15951),
for
concerning "charges"
r states that officers and govern-
) Government Quarters.The .
ment civilian employees travel-
following information was
ing on official travel orders are
furnished by the Navy Finance
not required to linen
a
pay
Office to assist personnel in interpreting
charge. Regarding "service
.
the regulations.Joint
charges," this manual providesthat
Travel Regulations, par-
levying a charge for service
agraph 1150-5 states that enlisted
1 which an individual does not
personnel WILL NOT be sub-
: request and cannot reject is also
ject to a service charge at installations -

of the uniformed prohibited.
Based on the above ,an officer
services. However, this flat pro
member cannot be paid increased
an -
: hibition is riot applicable to offi-
diem by virtue of
per a
5S \4 cer members. Some Army and '
charge at a Navy BOQ. The
Air Force installations have imposed -
member should contact the com-
a charge upon officers ina
mand concerned for a refund. Ifa
4 {; 4.:} travel status occupying Government
refund cannot be obtained, he
.
':;;;lt. ( : i i :" : ,;' WHAT quarters.ABOUT CHARGES at I should advise the Chief of Naval
: : :
.... ..... .. : ; .;: : LL': .f:: :",,:, .' I Personnel (Pers-G12)).
--'IR'--- :x'S4R'kQYif" <>bfA2'iCviKi4lnR: i S1|' "Fk'rT's%4RAAE*,,'>i,6'S..<:y'S T3i iW'"W'rib"M < :: >-- Navy operated officers' quarters?
HELP YOURSELF sneak preview of whai- itwul be like, I If an officer pays "service
Stop and Shop shopping at the Stop and Shop store after next Monday is They are NOT AUTHORIZED! I charges" at an Army or Air
acted out by NAS customers. Ollivene Dunn (left) of the Aux. The Manual for Commissioned
Continued from Ilary Stores Branch Office, selects a typewriter ribbon, while Officers' Messes Ashore (NavPers I: Force installation he may be re-
( Page 1)) Gary Parson, SA of the Operation's Personnel Division has his imbursed by the daily cost in-

his needs. After he has made his self-service selections tabulated by Store Manager Ellis Leake. curred for Government quartersnot

necessary rounds he will pre- This new method of gathering administrative and Janitorial. PO Club to exceed $2.00, as substan-
supplies is expected to save time and
sent a single "Mone "' Value money.
) (Continued from Page 1)) tiated by a statement by the

Only" DD Form 1348 Top Cardto room. Also, the club's office anda member concerned.

the supply clerk at the check- 2,300 Navy Recruiters package store will be located

out counter where the total val- off the foyer.

ue of the order will be added The second deck's west wing

and recorded on the form. An Attain All-Time HighThe provides for a spacious 600 sq.

adding machine tape of the total ft of dancing floor as well as a

costs will be issued to the Navy's 2,300 recruiters attained an all-time high 40-foot bar and neatly arranged

customer as his receipt and for during fiscal year 1962 when 102,000 qualified men en- cocktail lounge. The east wing on

his record purposes, while the listed in the U. S. Navy. This exceeded by more than 14,000 the second deck is presently being -

Form is taken to the Supply Office any previous. year since 1956, when the draft was utilized. tagged as the special events

the same day and the cost I wavy recruiters estimate that room. It will be the site, more

deducted from the customer'sallotted in order to obtain individualswho personal desires and aptitudes of than likely, of game nights, J. 4

allowance. best meet the Navy's requirement the individual.On special appearance, etc. 4.f .

Procuring supplies It not limited that a recruiter pro- an individual basis Navy Also on the second deck will

to the "Money Value On- cesses an average of three appli- recruiters averaged 45 men each be a large color TV and movie

1Y" procedures, however. When cants for each one finally ac- during the year. Using an aver lounge.

the customer considers it necessary cepted for enlistment. age enlistment of four years this Restroom facilities are being
means that each was responsiblefor
to place a monetary limitation Nearly 7.500 more young men constructed on both floors. a
were enlisted under the Navy's obtaining 180 years of ser
on purchases, the requisition Material-wise nearly every-
vice for the Navy. Adding the 30 I w
High School Graduate
card will contain a statement Training thing needed for interior con-
as to what the limitationis Program than ever before. Un per cent of these men that are struction has been affordedthe

i and der this recruit whois expected to reenlist at the end
the check-out clerk will program a committee workers by ac-

insure purchases do not exceed a high school graduate is I of their enlistment to make the tivities here on the Station. This

that limit. In order to help the guaranteed assignment to a Navy Navy a career, brings the total also includes power saws,

customer keep tabs on his II- technical school upon comple service obtained by each recruiter planes and tools.

mited expenditures, all items in tion of recruit training or as up to 400 years. Financially, NAS, Special Ser

the store hare been clearly soon as a school seat becomes These figures do not include vices has appropriated $5.000 toward

price. narked. available.Of broken service reenlistments, the club's establishment.In S

These new operating stand- the total number enlisted, WAVE recruits or officer candi- addition the committee has

ards are a result of the Bureauof over 67,000, or two-thirds, attained dates. submitted a project letter to x :

Supplies and Accounts en- scores on mental tests In- .., Washington requesting a $47,000 SIGHTS ON THANKSGIVING -

couraging stocking activities to dicating a potential for techni- ': dip out of the Navy's nonappro- B. L. Heintze, ATI of

establish such retail self-servce cal schools. This number Inclu- Classified priated fund. These monies, primarily VP-741, reenforces ceiling

stores.GNATTUMen. ded non-high school graduatesin to be used for decoratings boards prior to putting on overhead
sound-absorbing tile in
the higher mental categorieswho and furnishings, and the $5,000 the dancing wing of the First

could not be guaranteed FOR RENT from Special Services, will be the and Second Clasl" Mess (Open)
Furn. 4 rm apt. $55 per mOl EV 90514or outside financial the presently under construction in
school assignment, but who in only support
most will be assigned to EV 89806. bath club will receive. Once it is operational Bldg. 601. This will be the
cases Furn apt. 4 rooms, 1 $70 per first P01 and P02 club of its
schools at a future date basedon mOl EV 71950. the club will have\to Pay kind authorised here at NAS

Advance CPOSix the Navy's needs and on the Unfurn Housed SP 11142. its own bills. But in turn, all pro and hopes are that it will be
to Furn 4 room aptt, $120 in 4 $110 per by Thanksgiving. Devel
fits will be enjoyed by its mem opjn
mOl EL 58620.
of the establishment
opment
Unfurn 2 bdrm house, $55 per mOl bership.
men from Naval Air Tech Local Activities began last month but there is
SP 12242. "One feature I believe our a dire need for volunteer E-5s
nical Training Unit were ad- Ortega Hills-3 bdrm, 1% baths
patrons will appreciate," says and 6s who have had exper-
vanced to Chief Petty Officer Feature Dances EV 41546. in
ience electricity, plumbingand
Heintze, "is the proposal of
Furn. $65 SP 11106.
Sept. apt per mOl
16 Interested
as a result of last February's carpentry. per-
-
Guest House, all utilities, for servicemen utilizing a "key club" method'Of Heintse
servicewide There will be a Dance every sons are asked to see
examinations.The only; 2646884. entering the establishment."
at the club sight.
afternoon from 1430
Aviation Sunday Orange Park 2 bdrm house, $65
Electrician's !He that authorized
explained
Mates to 1730 for all Navy teenage per mo. CO 4-9773 after 1600. club, it is anticipated the ribbon
dominated the advance- The dance will be held at the Unfurn 3 bdrm house, 2 bath, $100 members would be issued key cutting ceremony will be con-
ment but one lone boilerman kept per mo; EV 73909. cards designed with lock-
it CPO Club topside. Bldg. 705 ducted in time for Thanks-
from Furn $65 FL 66301.
being all AE. apt. per mo type notches which, when Inserted -
Music will be furnished by THIS N' THAT giving Day Celebrations.All .
Captain H. D. Allen, NATTU "The Continentals". Admissionwill Ride wanted from Ortega Hills to into a slot in the door, E-5s and E-6s who wouldbe
Commanding Officer presented be 35c. Bldg 1, 0800 to 1630, Ext 8117 or EV would electronically release the
Certificates of Advancement inrae after 9.3800, Mary Stewart. lock and allow the door to interested in donating a few
There will be a meeting Ride wanted from Arlington to NAS hours an evening or on week-
to the six Monday, Sept. 17. the dance for all teenagers 0800-1630() ; Ext 8246, Irving Spevk. open. "This", he went on to ends are asked to contact Hein-

Those advanced J. E. interested in forminga lady to share home, board reasonable say, "will eliminate having to
were who are Drews in
tze 601
Bldg.
or
Ext 88.319 SP 13469. any-
Cloud ; or 'ask to see ID cards.
AECA; L. D. Helm, Teen Club. FOR SALE the time, anyday, during the week.
AECA The biggest concern at
; R. C, Atwood, AECA; Cedar Hills 4 bdrm, 2 bath SP 1.1660
I G. W. McKnight, AECA; G. M. The Lutheran; Service Center, Lakeshore unfurn house 4 bdrm, 2 moment, according to Heintze

Mosier, AECA, and H. E. Spence 19 W. Forsyth Street, has an- bath, $54 per mOl EV 93247. and fellow co-worker Dick "Mr. Jones, I want you to quit
River front home, 5 CO 4-6646 smoking," said the psychiatrist.
I3TCA. nounced that they will hold a Park rooms Drews, AMH1 of A/C Maintenance -

Cloud Square Dance Friday, September Orange 4-9978. concrete bung.lowlCO I Quality Control, is the "Would that help me?" asked

is a student in AE "B" I 21 at 2000. The dance will Hyde Park 3 bdrm, 2 baths $500 need for off-duty volunteers. the troubled patient.

[School, Spence is on NATTU's be free of charge also free re- and assume FHA, Payments $86.26 per Providing enough men showan "No," the psychiatrist answered

MAA force, and the others are freshments will be served. All mo.3 bdrm EV 72959., 1 % bath. Buy equity pay interest in helping to sup- "but you're burning a
welcome. port the construction of the hole in my couch."
School instructors., service personnel are $81 per mo; SP 1-0297.






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BuPersLeadershipField



3 -. 4? Team Located In Bldg..l

-
L 4 The Bureau of Naval Person-
nel Leadership Field Team, Jacksonville later. The duration of the'visits
is now located in the varies depending on the type of
services desired.Commander .
NAS
Administration
Building,
Room 141-A. Harold H. Sulli-

THE TEAM PROVIDES SERV- van is the senior member of the
? at ICES of command counselling, Team. Other Team members are
Commander T. K. Doles, Melton
command
; t r presentations, trainingof
; discussion leaders and area Broom, YNCS and Irvin W. Pe-
ters, Jr., ATC.Additional .
'
p seminars
on a command request
basis. information may be

As outlined in BuPers Instruc- obtained from Team members

tion 5390.2A of June 6, 1962 the by calling Ext. 566 or 567.

Team assists the commands but

does not substitute for a com-
.$/ ). mand program. Ship Misses

S Units desiring the Team ser- Capsule Snags
'wrG. vices may address their requests : ,
to the Jax Team stating prefer- Whale InsteadThe

,. li1 red date or dates and alternate
Navy landing ship
'h { It
t : date or dates and the type of Donner, on location recentlyin

= services desired.PRESENT the Aurora spacecraft re-

4: i' COMMITMENTS covery area, got a surprise
w:O7G1R M. : -{ : indicate
THAT ARTISTIC TOUCH has been applied to this piece of ceramic "green ware" held by services can be provided catch on her way back to
Mrs. Cecile Samaan who, together with her husband Joseph Samaan, gave demonstrations last during the month of October or home port at Little Creek,
Sunday on stains and glazes in the Ceramic Department of the NAS Hobby Shop. The Samaansare Virginia.
proprietors of the Dolphin Art Ceramics in Daytona Beach, Fla.. and travel to Jacksonville '
periodically displaying new deramichromes and and techniques. (Inset) Mrs. Samaan explainedto 0' Club EventsFriday Unfortunately it wasn't a
viewers how various stains were used in the freehand painting on decorative vases. Nearly 50 space capsule the Donner
persons attended the gathering. The Ceramic Department, under the supervision of Mrs. Edna September 21 recovered, but a small 600
Lorentsen. boasts of nearly 500 molds. The shop ir open Wednesdays through Fridays from pound whale. And it was all
1400 to 2100, 0900 to 2100 on Saturdays and from 1300 to 2100 on Sundays. Those desiring to pour St. Johns Room-NAS Garden
molds are asked to do so before 1800, however, to allow time for drying before closeup time. An- Club Meeting 0930. unexpected.Some .
other demonstration by the Samaans is expected to be arranged for sometime in October. Luncheon 1115-1345. 390 miles off the Vir-
ginia coast, Petty Officer

Chinfo Notice Gives 15ih Birthday To VAP-62 CO Completes Happy Dinner Hour 1800-2130.1530-1800. thump Boby King under heard the steering a loud

Dancing
Kay Ryan Trio, Din-
Info On' Political ActsA ing 2000-2400. compartment. The Donner,
Be Observed By -1OOOHoursinA3D-P2 Saturday. September 22 her starboard propeller shaft
locked, sent divers overboard
recent Chief of Information
Happy Mour 1530-1800.
Notice calls attention to the fact USAF In where they made the discov-
Sept. Commander Robert F. Roe- Dancing Johnny Jelinek in
that military participation In ry-a 9% foot piked whale
Dining Room 2030-2430.
mer, Heavy Photographic Squadron
rallies, meetings, parades and Commanders have been given Sixty-two Commanding Of Sunday September 23 wrapped around the ship'spropeller.
.
other events which are conducted the green light by the Air Forceto ficer, completed one thousand Brunch 11151345.

under the auspices of a po- celebrate the 15th birthdayof hours in the A3D-2P on Monday, Buffet 1800-2100.
litical party are not authorized.An the service's transfer from September 10. Dancing DOE RAY ME TRIOin
example of this type activ- the Army. Cocktail Lounge 1700-2300.
ity was recently reported to the was The A3D Skywarrior fjown' by Monday, September 24
The exact date of transfer VAP-62 is a twin jet all
wea
NAS commanding officer in that Sept. 18, 1947. On that date the ther, photo reconnaissance and Oriental Room JOWC Board rr
leaflets advertising the candi- U.S. military estalishmbent's air cartographic meeting 100-1130.
mapping aircraft
dacy of an individual for political Hour
Happy 1530-1800.
arm ecameb a separate service- and has been in the fleet since
office in Duval County were joining the Army and Navy December of 1959. Game Night 2030 Walnut Movies will be shown regu-
r placed under the windshield wiper and St. Johns Room.
team.
I CDR Roemer was of the larly at 1900 on Monday through
of the automobile of a civ- one ,
Tuesday September 25
The Air Force had originally first pilots to Saturday; at 1400 and 1900 on
qualify
ilian employee while the auto- as a Photo Walnut Room
All
Wives
celerbated its birthday on Armed Plane Commander in the A3D- Sunday, at the Mainside and
t mobile was in one of the station Bridge 1230.
I parking lots.Personnel Forces Day, Sept. 18. However, 2P. In the summer of 1960 he NATTU Theaters and at 1900
are reminded that in 1950, the Secretary of De- was Officer-In-Charge of the St.Happy Hour 1530-1800. only on Sunday at the Hospital
fense set aide a special Armed first Detachment of A3D-2P's I Johns Room Duplicate Theater. These times are subjectto
activity of this nature may be a to Bridge 2000.
Forces Day, now the third Sat- operate in the change.
violation MediterraneanArea.
of the Hatch Act and Wednesday, September 26
in .
urday
May.It Thursday September 20
convicton under this Act could Happy Hour 1530-1800.
"\ result in prison sentence. \ should be stressed that this In July 1962, CDR Roemer Patio Outside Buffet and Mainside-True Story of Jesse
was an internal celebration observing James.
became Executive Officer
of Steak Cookout 1800-2100.
the birthday and not to VAP-62 and was instrumental NATTUnit-The Centurion.
CPO Wives Set in Dance-DOE RAY ME TRIOin
be confused with the official organizing the aerial photogra- Cocktail Lounge 1900-2300. Hospital Something Wild.

InstallationThe Armed Forces Day. phic reconnaissance accomplished Thursday, September 27 Friday September 21
I by the Squadron Mainside-Flight Of The Lost
CPO Wives Club will during the Oriental Room-Frontier Day I
hold its semi-annual installationof project Mercury launchings at Committee 1000. Balloon.

officers coupled with a buffet TV Series Features Cape Canaveral including Lieu- Happy Hour 1530-1800. NATTUnit-True Story Of
tenant Colonel John Glenn's Jesse. James.
dinner and dance Saturday eve- Dancing DOE RAY ME
orbit of the earth. He assumed TRIO in Cocktail Hospital-The Centurion.
ning at 1900 in the CPO Club Lounge 190-
Ballroom here.Outgoing ConstellationThe Command of VAP-62 September 2300. Saturday September 22
4, 1962. Dance Class at 2030. Mainside-Lisa.
president Mrs. Gerry attack aircraft carrier
Hunt will serve as mistress of USS Constellation will be fea- I NATTUnit-Flight Of The

ceremonies while Mrs. Berna- tured in one of the first showsof Lost Balloon.

dette Sternberg, a past club president the new television series Hospital-True Story Of Jesse
will introduce the s- James.
newlyelected "Discovery, which will beginon
officers.To October 1. This nationally Sunday September 23
be installed are Mesdames televised program will appear Mainside-Possie From Hell.

Emma Taylor, President; Fee over the ABC-TV network. NA'ITUnit-Lisa.
Caneer, Vice President; Pat Constellation is scheduled to Hospital-Flight Of The Lost
Coleman, Secretary; Marge I appear 0 n two additional Balloon.

; Schilleman, Treasurer; Bet ty shows during the coming sea- Monday September 24

Lane, Parliamentarian, and Bea son on this same program. Ap- Mainside-Ivanhoe.
Altman, Chaplain. pearance dates will be listed NA'ITUnit-Possie From Hell.
New Board members will be in local TV program guides Hospital-Lisa.

I Mesdames Betty Huff, Ester throughout the country. Tuesday September 25
Neal, and Lu Wayne O'Neil. Mainside-Battle Cry.

f The senior NAS Chaplain. Doctor: The best way to en- NATTUnitIvanhoe.HospitalPossie .
Msgr. John J. Reardon will NEW CPO-CAPT James R. Compton NAS Commanding
per- joy perfect health is to rise at Officer From Hell.
reads the
form the installation ceremonies order appointing Clarence N. Gruber as chief
five every morning and take a aviation structural mechanic while LCDR Ralph M. Kingsley* Wednesday. September 26
t following the buffet'dinner. cold shower." Naval Air Mantenance Training Jax Area Representative looks Mainside Secret Of Deep
All members and guests are on. Gruber received his chief's hat as a result of successfully NA'ITUnit--Battle
Patient: "What's the next best Cry.
completing the February E-7
invited to attend the celebration 'I servicewide examination. The new
H dance after the ceremonies. way?" chief has been in the Navy nearly 15 years and stationed here Harbor.
since
I July 1961. Hospital-Ivanhoe.r .
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