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Vol. 20 No. 31 U.S. NAS Jacksonville. Fla. 18 October. 4962

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NAS Given Graded Civilian WorkersTo



SailboatThe Get Pay IncreaseSome


generosity of the 1250 graded civilian employees at various com-

American Sailor is konwn mands and units at NAS Jax will enjoy fatter pay checkson

throughout the world, however November 2 as a result of a new pay raise bill passed
last Friday it was the 4I:1 classified .
for
Congress government employees.About
Navy on the receiving end of : by 1080_ employees. 01 me
a beneficent here at NAS
gift
76 the Naval
Station, at Hospital -
Jacksonville, and the giftcouldn't .4 .. 4: : ... .. Finance Office
49 at NATTU and an addi-
have been more ap tional 45 employed at other ten-
propriate-a craft. Outlines New
sailing
I
ant activities, will see about a
Miss Judith S. Snow, a sopho-
five percent boost in their pay
more at St. Johns River Junior RulesThe
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in the November 2 pay envel- BAQ
College in Palatka, Fla., presented _4* k>' \> 31

to the Jax Cluba opes. Office
Navy Sailing THE OVERALL INCREASE in Navy Finance
14-foot Flying Dutchman Junior has series of
pr.epared a articles -
pay for the pay bill, which is
racing sailboat, complete with WtII in two phases, is about 10 percent in the form of questions
new dacron sails and towing and answers coveringthe
The second phase boost
trailer., of the
takes effect January 1, 1964. major aspects
ACTIVE IN COMPETITIVE new regulations and procedures -
Under the new pay law, the
SAILING for the past five years granting of in-step salary pro- concerning Basic Allow-

with the Jacksonville Rudder (hiotions to classified workers ance for Quarters which be-

Club, Miss Snow turned over the won't be as automatic as it has come effective on January

mastership of her. boat stating :' been in the past. Under the pre- 1. 1963.
that because of q'1J i Q. Who gets the new raise
her
_
schooling she : ::i vJous system, employees virtually -
just didn't have enough time for SNOW JR. is the name of this sleek 14-foot Flying Dutch- got their in-step raises automatically in quarters allowance?
sailing. She said she would much man sailboat, a gift donation to the NAS Sailing Club by Miss since they only had A. All members with dependents -
rather see the boat in Judith Snow of Jacksonville (second from right In photo inset). on active duty and
good usq Accepting the craft for NAS is CAPT J. D. Sullivan NAS Sup- to get a satisfactory performance certain reserve members on ac-
than left to rot away. ply Officer, shown in the inset with Mrs. E. M. Snow Judith's rating to rccfive their in-step. 'tive for training.Q. .
Many persons were present for Mother, and W. R. Filch Assistant Special Services Officer. Under the new pay raise bill,! duty
How do the new allot
the afternoon ceremonies at the agencies will now have greater
sailboat landing including Miss discretion in granting in-step ment requirements affect me?

Snow's mother, Mrs. E. M. Snow, To Conduct Sun. raises. A. If you are*'* an E-4 (over
Laymen 4 years service, E-5, E-6, E-7,
Captain John D. Sullivan, NAS IN A LETTER to agencies explaining -
E8 E-9 do not have to
or you
Supply Officer (who acted as how the new provision
have "Q" allotment in effectto
official representative for Cap- works, the Civil Service Commission a
tain J. R. Compton, NAS Commanding Protestant Services HereProtestant said that agencies can be entitled to receive BAQon
recrd. If you are
i Officer), W. R. Fitch, and should deny in-step raisesto your pay
ati E-l, E-2, E-3 or E-4 (4
tssistarit: : special :Services Offi- services for employees whose work is below -

cer, Bill Hopkins, SN, Rear Com- Sunday, October 21, will be nificant than the spiritual impe- ; standard. Employees denied have years a service"Q" allotment or less) you to must your

modore of the Jax Club, and'Miss conducted by Laymen rep- tus of this traditionally Protes- in-step will nut have any appeal dependents amounting to at
Nancy Munro, a fellow student resenting seven different tant service, are none the less rights to the CSC. However, rate
friend of Miss Snow. denominations of the military impressive. The 15 participants' they 'can use their agencies' grievance least $40.00 plus your new

ONE OF ONLY THREE OF service and the civilian in this observance claim 13 different -I and appeals proceduresto of BAQ.
NOTE: E-4 previously were re-
ITS CLASS in the area, the community, at the NAS All states and two foreign try and overturn their su- (Continued on Page 2, Col. 1))
"Snow Jr." will be'skippered by Saints Chapel.IN countries as their places of origin pervisor's action by appealing to

Lieutenant (JG) J. O. Barnes of THE DAY PROCLAIMED represent the Navy, Marine the agency itself.

VP-18 during club races. "Laymen Sunday", 15 officers Corps and the civilian community Under the new pay law, pre- Stewart First

Before departing the Station, and enlisted men and one mem- They have a cumulative total sent anniversary dates for instep -

Mrs. Snow said, "I hope you love ber of the civilian communitywill of 270 years of military service salary increases will be Gal. Blood Donor

her as we do, and I hope she winsa undertake the entire pre counted in determining the employee's -
lot of races for you." The boat sentations of the 0930 and 1100 and are members of seven next in-step raise. This At Naval Hospital
different Protestant denomina- will quicker or even im-
has six trophies to her credit. worship services. mean
The Naval Air Station Jack tions. (Continued on Page 5, col. 4)) A unique ceremony, heldat
the Naval Hospital Blood
sonville Commanding Officer,
AFMA To Hear Donor Center on Tuesday,
Captain James R. Compton, will October 9 celebrated the

serve as worship leader at the event of the Center's first
IBM OfficialA 0930 service. Lieutenant Com-
"One Gallon Blood Donor".
mander Alfred Fowler will lead STEWART MR2
LYNDHAL
representative of one of I in the responsive reading, Rear
the largest business machine of the NAS Aircraft Maintenance -
Admiral M. Carson Com-
Joseph ,
his eighth
manufacturers in the Department gave
world, FairJax/ComNabSix, will read vi .......
V.M. Parnell of. IBM, will spell 'A pint of blood at the Center that
the morning scripture and Her- 4 him the first such
out the role that modern elec- day making
man E. Harms, YNCM, will offer contributor since the
gallon
tronic machines play in
management iiT
to members of Jax the morning prayer. Brief mes- / Center's opening in April 1961.
sages on the theme "You Shall have
Some 1,450 Navy
persons
Chapter 40, Armed Forces '
Be My Witnesses" will be : Vti' 1
Management Association at pre- ---= a V given blood to the center since
sented by Captain Robert H. Fa-
noon today at the Smith Roomof ; its inception.
the Civilian Cafeteria. gan, Commander Kenneth S. Captain J. M. Hanner, Hospital

PARNELL. WHO IS ASSISTANT Law, Henry Iwan and CaptainH. Commanding Officer, presented

Manager for Navy pro- Dale Allen, Naval Air Tech I Stewart with a bronze "Gallon
Federal nical Training*Unit Commanding Blood Donor" medalion and decorated -
grams, Systems Divi-
sion of IBM will speak to the Officer. cake in appreciation for
CAPTAIN HARRY GROTH. 1 the sailor's contributions. Stewart
:
group on "Data Processing
Achievements and Considera- JAHN will serve as worship leader ___ has been giving blood to

tions in Management". In his at the 1100 worship service.He service blood banks since he

talk he will cover the management will be assisted by the following entered the Navy in June 1956,

opportunities and respon- : Lieutenant Colonel PercyF. the last 18 months being here

sibilities in data processing.A Avant, Jr., USMC, scripture at the Naval Hospital.
graduate of Gettysburg reading; Commander Quentin R. ALL FUTURE GALLON blood

College, Parnell has been with Whitmore, prayer; and speakerson donors will receive the commemorative -

113M for 18 years, four and the theme "You Shall Be My medalion, it was

one-half of which have been Witnesses" will be CommanderJohn FIRST GALLON DONOR-Lyndhal Stewart, MR2 (center) was stated.
with the Navy branch. He has W. Vaughn, Commander of NAS Aircraft Maintenance Department is presented a bronze The Blood Donor Center was

worked with the Navy's Bureau Nathan Cole, Jr., Ensign Eugene "Gallon Blood Donor" medallion and decorated cake by LCDR accredited with American Association
of Turner MSC and Commander Clara A. Otis. Blood Bank Supervisor Looking on are LT Terence Blood Bank and the
Personnel ,
on Implementationof Beven Naval Hospital pathologist, and Richard Almos,
Navy Manpower Information Bernard B. Forbes, Jr. HM2. Stewart it the first person to give a.gallon of blood to Florida Association Blood Bank

(Continued on Page 2. Cot 3)) Vital statistics. while less sig the Hospital Donor Center since it oponed in April 1961. last April.I' .


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;' .j .s Station Traffic Communism

... .' Violation Record Liberty vs

NAS, JacksonvilleCAPT

J. R. Compton ..........,................................................. Commending Officer Following is a report of
CDR Walter J. Schub ................................................................ Executive Officer unlawful detention of any
Fleet Air Jacksonville NAB 6ND traffic violations for the per- False arrest is person by an

RADM Joseph M. Carton ................................................................ CommanderCAPT iod October 6 through October officer of the law. While modern democracies seek to
Vincent Casey ................................................................?.... Chief of Staff 12. maintain order, to protect citizens and to curb crime, they
Fleet Air Wing Eleven have adopted numerous constitutional measures to safeguard -
CAPT Gilbert J. Frauenhetm .........................:.................................. Commander NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis from false driest and imprisonment
CAPT Andrew H. Cowart .................................................... Chief Staff Officer 4 innocent persons :
I week (period Oct. 6-12))
lawmay
tne
Naval Air Technical Training Unit In some countries
CAPT Hartsel D. Allen ........................................................ Commanding Officer Total accidents this year be one thing and practicea mittee on State Security.
CDR Eugene F. Verdery ......................................................,..... Executive Officer through Oct. 12 .................... 213 another. But modern demo- ARRESTS BY STALIN'S POLICE .
Naval Hospital were often made at
night.
Number of accidents throughOct.
CAPT J. M. Hanner ................................................................ Commanding Officer cracies make every effort to The victims were imprisonedand
.. .. .. .. .. ... 1961 ...... .. ..?................ 211 follow legal re- ;
CAPT Stephen H. Tolins ............ .. .. .......... .... ..... ... .. Executive Officer have practice
often executed
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit quirements. Sheriffs and police or sent-

CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. ..........A........................................ Commanding Officer NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE officers who violate these re- enced to slave labor before
CDR William M. Miller ...............A........................................... Executive Officer LAST INJURY IN MOTOR their families were informed of
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at no VEHICLE ACCIDENT quirements are not only cOndemned their trials.
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P.35 Rev. July 1958. but also severely pun-
NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis of Soviet
Distributed weekly free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air ished. An example, justiceis
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing week (Oct. 6-12)) ....... 60 IN COMMUNIST REGIMES. the case of Nicholas Pry-

11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U. S. Naval Hospital. Speeding ................................ 12 chodko, a junior professor of
the citizen's legal protections
LCDR Ralph D. McClure ............................ ,Service Information Officer the University of Kiev accusedof
Andrew H. Planey ........................ Assistant Service Information Officer Going through stop sign ...... 5 against false arrest are weaker
Editor-Mae Spencer, J01; Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone, JO1; Staff- Reckless driving .................... 3 than in democracies or else "counterrevolutionary activi-
Robert Dodds, SA; Ruth Anne Roberts, SA. Other violations .................. 43 nonexistent. And too frequently ties." Phychodko was arrested
Members of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and In- after midnight without being
Communist does not
ternational Councils of Industrial Editors. practice
Forty-three drivers appeared shown a warrant.In .
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service Material follow the law.AngloSaxon.
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing cerdit It given. Photographs before the Traffic Hearing law looks upon prison he was charged
unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs. Board at the meeting held on with "counterrevolutionary act-
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone October 15. Disposition of the the writ of habeas corpus as ivities," brutally beaten for refusing -
extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. the: most effective: prevention
cases included the following: to make a false confes-
false arrest.
against
Six lost driving and parking sion implicating his colleagues,
BAa FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION privileges aboard the Station, Under British and Americanlaw detained for 21 months, and

15 were assigned to a coursein any person who is arrested finally sentenced to a. slave labor -
(Continued from Page 1))
remedial driving instruc- may ask a court for a writ camp in Siberia.

quired to have a "Q" allotment Unit 126, Ladies Auxiliary, tions, 21 received suspended of habeas corpus directed to The case illustrates the fact

Amounting to at least $60.00 Fleet Reserve Association, held penalties, seven received war- the sheriff or other officer in that in the Soviet Union the

plus BAQ rate. its regular monthly meeting nings, three were dismissed, whose coustody he may be, prisoner has no opportunity for

Q. What will happen to my Thursday, October 11, at the and four were referred to directing the officer to bring release by a writ of habeas
him into and show lawful
"Q" allotments now in effect? FRA meeting hall, Yukon, Fla., their commanding officers for court corpus, unlike prisoners in the
A. If you are an E-1, E-2 Mrs. Starr Almond was in attend- possible disciplinary action. cause for his detention. If a United States and Great Bri-

or E-3 and have only one "Q" ance as a guest of Mrs. Donna lawful reason cannot be shown, tain.This
DRIVING REQUIRES the court will order the prisoner -
allotment the Navy Finance Norton.A series is taken from

Center or Headquarters, Marine F.EPORT OF THE NATION. CONSTANT ALERTNESS to be released. Ideas In Conflict, Liberty and

Corps will automatically increase AL CONVENTION held this year People are not alert when THERE ARE MANY PRO- Communism (DOA) Pam 3-11)).
. it on January 1, 1963 if TECTIONS against false and ar- published by the Directoratefor
in Memphis, Tenn., was given by they are beset with worries,
it is in the exact amount of the Mrs. bitrary arrests other than the Armed Forces informationand
attending delegates, anxieties, and inward fears.
$91.30, $117.10 or $136.90 to Mildred Whitmire and Mrs. Grace Their minds are distracted and writ of habeas corpus. Chief Education, Department of
$95.20, $123.10 or $145.00 re- among these are the constitu- Defense.
Sandefer. It was announced that diverted to these problems all i
spectively without action tional requirements regarding
any Unit 126 received first place the while they are at the
on your part. If you have more proper warrents for searchs,
awards in the judging of the wheels of their vehicles. The seizures MDBS Notice
than one "Q" allotment or a and arrests.
Publicity and History Books. It same holds true for upheavalsdue
"Q" allotment in any amount False arrests by the secret Employees Mutual Death Bene-
was also noted that a $250 yearly
to strong emotions which
other than .$91.30, $117.10 or police have been common in fit Society Notice 196 and 197
scholarship had been establishedin stress and strain
puts the
$136.90 you must complete an on the Soviet Union as in all is issued to advise members of
the name of LA FRA, to as- mind.
Allotment Authorization.If Communist regimes. In 1918, the death of two'' of its members.
I
you are an E-4 your "Q" sist a deserving student from a Persons who have just had Lenin established the notorious i As a result of payments by the

allotment will be stopped after Navy family. quarrels or are angry should Cheka, the first secret police i Society, members will now be

December 1962. However, if you The social calendar for the allow for a definite "coolingoff" organization. This was followedin assessed $2.20 which is now due

have 4 years or less service month includes a luncheon on period before driving a turn by the GPU, the NKVD and payable. The ten-day noticeof

you must register a new "Q" October 24, commencing at 1100 car. "Taking it out" behind the and the MVD. assessment began on October
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allotment effective January in the FRA Meeting Hall, and a wheel is to use very poor Today the secret police is 11 and will end October 24.

1963. Sock Hop October 27, in Yukon, judgment, and can endanger divided between the Republic Members are reminded that

If you are an E-5 or above Fla. All members and their guestsare others on the highway or even MVD's (regional Ministries of cash payments will not be ac-

your allotment will be auto- invited to attend. There will on the roadside.It the Interior) and the Com- cepted.

matically stopped unless it is be an important announcementfrom is entirely possible that

for $91.30, $117.10 or $136.90in the building committee at the frequent "crack-ups" of

which case you must sign a this time. criminals who attempt auto- rJ

request to stop it. Guest speaker at Thursday's mobile get-aways are causedas

Q. Can I still have an allot- meeting was James E. Murphy, much by the desparate con- "$

ment to my dependents? President of the Yukon Fleet Reservists dition of the driver's mind, as

A. Definitely. However, in Inc. Murphy informedthe by the speed of the vehicle. _

the case of E-4 (over 4 years group of the acquisition of a Worry and safe-driving,

service) and above it will no parcel of land located at 7637 simply do not mix. It you are k.

longer be called a "Q" allot- Blanding Blvd., and outlined the worried, nervous, depressed,

ment. It will be called a "D" plans for erecting a permanent angry, let someone else do the

allotment. Although these mem- home for Branch and Unit 126. driving for you, or else waita

bers are no longer REQUIREDto Following the meeting refreshments bit until your mind has
have an allotment to their V
were served under cleared and you are more
dependents to be entitled to the direction of Mrs. Rose Stoker, properly able to operate the f

credit of BAQ, they are encouraged assisted by Mrs. Sandefer and car with safety to yourselfand

to register "D" allot- Mrs. Zeilman. others on the highway.
ment.

E-4 ((4 years service or less) indicate the amount of the "D" AFMA

and below will continue to be allotment they may want on
required to have a "Q" allotment the forms that will be providedby (Continued from Page 1))

I to be entitled to creditof their own Personnel Offices.Q. System and also assisted the
Bureau of Aeronautics and Bu-
BAQ.Q. How can I be sure if I !G Y> Cw.
reau of Supplies and Accountsin
How can I change my have to take any action? installation of card offset

present allotment? A. The Navy Finance Office plan for supply management

A. As mentioned above, J if] will distribute on October 30a application. Prior to assuminghis
card with the check of each
you are an E-4 (4 years or less present position, he was
service) and below and you member that is' required to take branch manager in Chicago for

have an allotment in the exact some 'type of action. This card IBM, handling all federal accounts EMERGENCY SUPPLIES-This is just part of the half-
amount of $91.30, $117.10 or will indicate the action requiredby in the states borderingthe million pounds of emergency food, water, medical and sanitation *
$136.90 you do not have to the member. Great Lakes. supplies that were moved from an NAS Jax warehouse
last week by eight to 14 downtown buildings that
moving
vans
take action unless wantto The next edition of the Air
any you Parnell will augment his talk have been designated as shelters. These particular boxes con-
designate some other amount News will cover other items with a special film entitled tained 24 pounds each of an all-purpose survival cracker. Assist

other than $95.20, $123.10 or concerning the new proceduresand "The Information Machine", ing with the move! in the photo are: (L. to R.) George Gahagan.

$145.00, respectively. E-4 (over will answer additional which won an award at the warehouse supervisor; R. McKenzie forklift operator Norman

4 years service) and above will I questions of interest. Brussels Worlds Fair. man Suggs and John F. C.Hensley Wood, area, forklift supervisor.operator George Kenerly, stock.



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Revised Pay ScheduleFor General Schedule Employees New Flying ClubIs


CLASSIFIED SCHEDULE I
To h. effective the first ay period ginning a fter enactment o f the Act.

GRADE P.r annum rotes and It.p' Organized HereStuck

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

GG5., ...... $3,245 $3,350 $355 $3,560 $3,665 $3,770 $3,875 $3,980 $4,085 $4, 190 as to what to do for "off duty" recreation? Try
... ... 3, 560 3,665 3,770 3,875 3,980 4,085 ,190 ,295 ", .00 ,50S
this for size. the newly organized Jacksonville Navy
G5.3... .. 3,820 3,925, ,030 4,135, ,240 ,345 4, 455 4,,58a ,70S ,830 .join

G5.4...... ., 110 ,250 ,390 4, 530 ,670 ,810 ,950 5,090 5,230 5,370. Flying _Club. .. I
GS-5..4,565 ,725 ,885 5,045 5,205 5,365 5,525 5,685 5,845 6,005 Yes, NAS Jax now has Its own
G5.6... .. 5,035 5,205 5,375. 5,5"5 5,715 5,885 6,055 6,225 6,395 6,565 flying club, to all the next month.
military
open
G5.7. ..... 5, 540 5,725 5,910 6,095 6, 280 665 6,650 6,835 7,020 7,205 Four instructors are availablefor
G5.8.. ... 6,090 6,295 6,500 6,705 6,910 7,115 7,320 7,525 7,730 7,935 active duty personnel and their
G5.9... ... 6,675 6,900 7,125 7,350 7,575 7,800 8,025 8,250 875 8,700 dependents 16 years.or older and ground training as well as
G5.10.... .7,290 7,535 7,780 8,025 8,270 8,515 8,760 9,005 9,250 995 and flight training. All flight train-
to government employees
G5.11 .... ... ...
8,045 8.310 8, 575 8,840 9, 105 9,370 9,635 9,900 10, 165
G5.12.... 975 9,790 10,105 1020 10,735 11,050 11,365 11,680 11,995 .... .. their dependents 16 years or older ing is being conducted out of
GS13.!. .. 11,515 11,880 12,245 12,610 12,975 13,3.0 13,705 14,070 ... .. within the Jacksonville Navy Herlong Air Field, West of Jack-
G5.14.. .. 12,845 13,270 13,695 14,120 14,5.5 '',970 15,395 15,820 16,245 .. .... sonville on Normandy Blvd.,
G5.15... .. 14,565 15,0"5 15,525 16,005 16.85 16,965 17.5 17,925 .. .... ... ... complex. Sponsoring the club is
G5.16.. .. 16,000 16.500 17,000 17,500 18,000 ...... ...... .. .. .... .. .... .. Rear Admiral Joseph M. Carson, where the planes are hangered.
18,00018,50019,00019,50020,000. ..... .. .. .. . ... ... .. . ComFairJax/ComNabSix. MEMBERSHIP FEE to join the
GS-18 ..... 20,000, .: ... .. :. .. : .. :. .. .... .. .. .. .. ... ......
THE IDEA OF HAVING sucha club is $25, with monthly dues of

CLASSIFIED SCHEDULE II recreational club has been $5. The dual-instructor fee per

To be effective the first pay period ginning after January 1. 1964. thought of for a number of years hour and solo flight time fee is

P.r annum rots and .t.PI but it wasn't until just recentlythat $8. This latter includes gas and
GRADE
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 B 9 10 four men here at NAS de- oil.

G5.1.. ... $3. 305 $3, 410 $3, 515 $3,620 $3, 725 $3, 830 $3,935 $4,0"0 $4. 145 $", 250GS2. cided to put forth that little extra The club is fully covered by
.... 3,620 3,725 3,830 3,935 ,0.0 ,1"5 ,250 ,355 ", .60 ,565 effort and take the big step for- insurance as specified by OPNAV
GS-3..3,880 3,985 ,090 ., 195 ,300 ., .05 ,525 ,650 ,775 4,900GS4..4,215
,355 ", .95 ,635 ,775 ,915 5,055 5,195 5,335 575 ward. I instructions amounting to $200-
GS-5..4,690 ,850 5,010 5,170 5,330 5.90 5,650 5,810 5,970 6,130 This credit goes to CommanderG. 000 liability per accident; $150,000
G5.6.. .. .. 5,235 5,410 5,585 5,760 5,935 6,110 6,285 660 6,635 6,810
M. Beyers, Herb Cring, AEC, property damage and $50,000 on
GS7. ... 5, 795 5,990 6, 185 6,380 6,575 6,770 6,765 7,160 7,355 7,550
G5.8. .. .. 6, 390 6,600 6,810 7,020 7,230 7..0 7,650 7,860 8,070 8,280 Clifford Barnes, ATCS, and Au- passengers and pilots.
G5.9. ... 7, 030 7,260 7, 490 7,720 7,950 8, 180 80' 8,6"0 8,870 9, 1000S10. gia Spata, ADCS. All members must have an
.. .. 7,690 7,945 8,200 855 8,710 8,965 9,220 9.75 9,730 9,985
G5.1 .. 80 8,690 8,970 9,250 9, 530 9,810 10,090 10,370 10,650 .... Last Tuesday these men, to- FAA flight physical. Individualson
G5.12. .. .. 9,980 10,3'0' 10,640 10,970 11,300 11,630 11,960 12,290 12,620 .. .. gether with 40 interested persons,. active duty may report to the
GS.13. .... 11,725 12, 110\ 12,495 12,880 13,265 13,650 14,035 14.20 14,805 .. gathered at FAETU to outline NAS Dispensary for schedulingof
... ....
G5.1.
13,615 "14,065 14,515 14,965 15.15 15,865 16,315 16,765 17,215
G5.15. .. .. 15.665 16.180 16.695 17,210 17,725 18,2.0 18755 19,270 . . .. .. the club's program and for the these appointments.
purpose of gaining new members.At .
i Interested persons desiring to
the close of that meeting there ;
join the club may contact Chief
%. were 44 paid members, plus an .
Barnes, Ext. 8635 or CDR Beyers,
additional number indicatingtheir
Ext. 315.
ill desire to join.

kti {SL SO FAR THE CLUB mem-

bers have a J-3 Cub aircraft for

i: <:;.. .:$;;.: .>.:.*; >,. >,; which they are in the process of
Movies will be shown regularly buying. Hopes are to obtain ad-

I at 1900 on Monday through ditional military surplus aircraft

Saturday; at 1400 and 1900 on through channels. In addition,

: Sunday, at the Mainside and I Chief Barnes is placing'his per
NATTU Theaters and at 1900 sonal four-passenger Stinson air-

r..y7; only on Sunday at the Hospital craft on loan to the club within

Theater. These times are subjectto
Sunday October 21
change. Mainside-Tower Of London
: {j7i{{ Thursday, October 18
NATTUnit-Teenage Million-
iwi.f Mainside-Big Red. aire. FiICPO
NATTUnit-Secrets of Monte
Hospital-Three Stooges In
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Hospital-Ride Vaquero. Monday October 22 VIP LUNCHEON-She

Friday, October 19 Mainside-Boys Night Out riff Dale Carson was guest
Mainsidc-Three Stooges in NATTUnit-Tower Of London speaker at the station's CPO
Club monthly VIP Luncheonlast
Orbit.
Hospital-Teenage Millionaire week. Some 200 chiefs gathered
NATTUnit-Big Red.HospitalSecrets Tuesday, October 23 to hear the Sheriff dis-
Of Monte Mainside-Go For Broke cuss the operation of his de-
Cristo. partment, with the emphasison
NATTUnit-Boys Night Out
the Duval County Patrol.
Saturday, October 20Mainside Hospital-Tower Of London He was met at the main gate

FIRST LEDGER ENTRY of the Navy Industrial Fund here -Teenage Millionaire Wednesday, October 24 by an armed guard and Jeep
is signed by CAPT James R. Compton, NAS Commanding Officer NATTUnit-Three Stooges In Mainside-Mothra with siren wailing. CAPT J. R.
last Friday while CDR E. F. Hodge, NAS Comptroller and Orbit. NATTUnit-Go For Broke Compton, N A S Commanding
William Petrie, NIF Supervisor look on. The NIF began here Officer was also a guest at the
Red. Out
Hospital-Big Hospital-Boys Night
October 1 and is a revolving fund established for the purpose of luncheon..
providing working capital for the operations of industrialtypeor
commercial type activities. It will be used here by the Over
haul and Repair Department.
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0' Club NewsFriday Luncheon 11151345.

St. Johns Room-All Wives j

Bridge 1230.
October 19
Happy Hour 15301800.
Luncheon 11151345.
Dinner 18002100.
Happy Hour 15001800. St. Johns Room Duplicate
Dinner 1800-2130.
Bridge 2000.
Dancing in Cocktail Lounge

with Kay Ryan Trio 2000-2400. Wednesday, October 24

Luncheon 1115-1345.
Saturday, October 20

Luncheon 1115-1345. Dental Walnut"O" Room-Medical Wives Cocktail Party and V I

Happy Dinner Hour 1800-2130.1530-1800. 1200. ; t f L'

Happy Hour 1530-1800.
Dancing in Dining Room with
Room- Fashions by
Dining
Johnny Jelinek 2130-2430.
Candlelight- "Formal Fashions"

Sunday October 21 during Dinner Hour. Show com-

Brunch 1115-1345. mentated by Terry Dahly. Cock-

Dinner 1800-2100. tail (Happy Hour) until 1900.

Dancing in Cocktail Lounge Buffet-Italian Menu with wine.

with Doe Ray Me Trio 1900-2300. Dancing in Cocktail Lounge
with Doe Ray Me Trio 19002300.
Monday, October 22
Oriental Room J.O.W.C. Board Thursday, October 25 ,rfre sC,

Meeting Luncheon 11151345. /
2130.Luncheon .
1115-1345. Happy Hour 15301800. I 9k+roi$7/ ahW i GJf'7LfltiG%: ., .' .,.. $
HELPING HAND-Nary Wires Club No. 86 assisted the Muscular Dystrophy Annual Drive
Happy Hour 1530-1800. Dinner 1800:2100. in Dural County by preparing 4,000 Marchers kits as their monthly project. (L. to R.) Mesdames -
Dinner 1830-2100. Dancing in Cocktail Lounge J. D. Forest, Chairman} James Franklin; Albert Gastiger; Billy Rhodes; Paul Day; M. J.
Game Night 2030. with Doe Ray Me Trio 1900-2300. Scully; H. W. Kraus and Mrs. Garrigus.





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Galica Heads Jax Team Puttering

JAX AIR

Efforts In Pistol Match AroundThe NEWSNARTU SPORTS



Seventy-five top Navy, Army, Air Force, Police and 36-hole NAS Annual Invitation -

Floridian pistol shooters gathered at Winter Haven, Fla., Golf Tournament was

last weekend for the Fifth Annual Fall Pistol Championshin. won by Jack Roundtree of Lake

City when he scored a birdie Hospital

INCLUDED IN THE NAVY'S match and fourth in the .22 four in the first hole on a sud- ,
representation was. the VarsityJax
caliber den-death playoff last Satur-
category.
Pistol Team comprised ofJJ. day at the NAS Golf Course.
Galica, Virgil Placid, C.L. Suffer First LossesNARTU
Linza and O.H. Chitwood. Bears Play Runnerup'was Jack McCor-
mack of the Timuquana Coun-
Galica, firing in the Master try Club, losing the sudden- suffered its first
Class, missed taking overall Sunday Game death but having the same scoreas American League gridironloss once again on Monday winningover
top individual honors by a very FAETU, 6-0.
Roundtree in the Champ- last Thursday at the
close margin. He fired a 2593, Against TigersThe ionship flight of 146 for the hands of AF679th, losing Following are the top five
being bettered by an Army teams in each league:
36 hole match. 12-6 while undefeated VA-
shooter who tallied a 2599. The victorious Jacksonville National AMERICAN LEAGUE
44 of the League
Jax shooter did, however, end Bears, leading the Florida Foot- NAS Golf Pro Joe McDon- continued to carry home the

up the match with four firsts, ball League with five' straight ald's foursome won the NAS bacon leaving the Hospital Team Win Lost

two seconds, two thirds, two wins and no losses, will meet Pro-Am Tourney which was I squad behind with its first Marines 5 0VA44

fourths and one fifth place of the Fort Lauderdale Tigers ina held last Friday at the NAS set-back of the season, also 4 0
the various 22-38-45 caliber i Hospital 5 1 1VA35
.
return game this Sunday Golf Course by having a 65 126.In. 2 3

matches. night. Kickoff time will be 1900. ball to win the tournament. other league action, VA35of VP.18 1 3
ALSO FIRING IN the Master The Bears have been displaying -
His team was Tom Green- the American downed Sup- NATIONAL LEAGUE
Class was Placid who won a fast, colorful, hardhittingtalent wood, Jerry Foley and Lew ply, 12-6, and VP-7 followedsuit (

three seconds and one third against the other league Gifford all from NAS. Runnerup beating VA-176, 12-6. MA- Team Win Lost

place.In contenders. Don Br(aux raised RTD won its first game by for- AF679th 5 0 1 1NARTU
between
this
for event split
was -
the Expert Class, Linza his quarterback passing yardageof feit of VP-30 in the American.The ( 4 1J .
placed with two seconds and 788 in four games to 935 dur- Bob Larson and Norrie National League Admin'ersheld Admin 3 I IAlC

one fourth, while Chitwood, ing last week's game at Laud- Wright to take second and Malnt 2 3 (
FAETU scoreless to takea
firing in the Marksman Class, erdale. third place honors.Hurricane VP.7 2 3
took three firsts and two sec- NAS Special Services in Bldg. 6-0 victory, while the Marinesof I

onds. 704 still has tickets on sale for the American smashed over DeadlineFor
Permit
The Jax shooters took third the Bears games at reduced Drivers VP-18, 26-0. AF679th rallied

place in the .45 caliber teamElectrons prices. E

Thrill lax FansStunt I I Golf League Deer Hunt 1:

Hold On (
; driving and racing fans

still have three nights to see the Season Oct 26

. SeaBees Up To 2ndThe famous Hurricane Hell Drivers ResultsIn ) t 1

who are appearing at the Jack- Hunters who wish to take part ,.

sonville Baseball Park. These the third week of IM Golf, in the gun hunts beginning De- J
Electrons of Operations maintained their American thrill-packed shows begin at 2000 here's how the teams stack up: cember 26 on the Citrus Wildlife (
League kegling lead in the' IM Bowling competition when each night. Management Area must submit r

they knocked pins with Dispensary last Monday night at One of the feature acts of the NATIONAL LEAGUE applications to the Game and ..

the:. _Malnside_bowling_.alley.. 28-event program is a ramp-to- Team Wins LOins Fresh Water Fish Comimssion at
IN THE MATCH the Electrons!;
Tallahassee by October 26.
trons which knocked down leap of
on- ramp a new compact VA-176 2 0
took three of the four games to S
GUN HUNTING IN THE
three than Dis- auto. The travels
ly pins more hardtop new car VAP-62 2 0 t
hold the' top ten-pin spot in the
will be limited to four
pensary, winning one of the through the air a distance of 65 VA-44 2 1 area '
league a result which drop-
controlled hunts consisting of
closest of the
games season. ComFairJax 1 1
ped the medicalmen into third feet.There 0
two days per hunt, with not
place. DISPENSARY CAME ROL- are many other thrillingacts Hospital "B" 0 1
more than 800 hunters partici-
i
LING BACK in the third including the T-bone crash
The first game was won by game, NARTU 0 2
thE Electrons with the help of bowling a team total of 752 and the aerial divebomber crashof VP-30 "A" 0 2 pating in each hunt. a

Fayette Stokes who bowled a which bettered the Electrons' a stock passenger car into a Dates for the four hunts are d

202 for the high game of the 726. However, the Electrons parked car on the race track. AMERICAN LEAGUE December 26-27, December 29-

night. took the total pins of the three- NAS Special Services has re- Team Wins Losses 30, January 2-3, and January 5-6. e

The second of the game series giving them three duced Individuals or parties of not
game
price general admission Hospital "A" 3 0 Ito
than five hunters wishing
match also went to the Elec- wins and one loss for the tickets for 50 cents, reserved FAW-11 2 1 more c'I
match. participate in any of the four
seats for 85 cents and box seats A/C Maint 1% % 11
gun
hunts should apply immediately -
Stokes also bowled the high
for $1.25 for the remaining shows ,VP-30 "B" 2 2 f''
to offices of the Commission
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IM League set of the night with a 517. :
Other Electron team mem- tonight, Friday and Saturday Marines 1% 2% at Tallahassee, Ocala or t'

bers are Bill Blais, Marlin Sass- I nights. O&R 0 2 Lakeland, Fla. Official applica-
I tion forms and information sheets fj
Volleyball man, Terry Hayes and Bob
Bickle. will then' be mailed to each ap-

McCaffrey Takes plicant for completion and return -
NOTE: The SeaBees downedthe h
to Tallahassee October 26 '
ResultsEight by
Marlins of VP-30 and have
for the November 5. Se
moved from the fifth place slot drawing on
IM Volleyball teams NO HUNTER MAY PARTICIP
into second
place. Picks LeadAthletic
Pigskin
PATE in than of the N
met between October 9-15 with Following are the results of more one
the following outcomes: In the the IM leadersin four two-day hunts. Applicationsforms rr
Bowling League Director Frank McCaffrey came out on top in the .
r.
of
American League VA-35 each of the leagues of the fourth week of pigskin predictions with his 11 out of 15 picks. may contain names
downed A/C Maint 13-11 and from one to five persons ,and gl
five top keglers. His total for the season thus far is 41 correct guesses of the
15-5 while VA-44 will be consecutively numberedI;
its
won sec-
58-game list, giving him a strong lead among the regular pickers. .
AMERICAN LEAGUE k.
ond game of the season defeat- as received in Tallahassee. No
Second place last week was split into a three-way tie with
VP-18 15-3 and Team name will be honored on more cj
ing 1513.In Wins Losses
Guest Picker Larry Bernard, the Editors and the Sports Writer
National League play, Electrons 26 10 selecting only nine winners. than one application. Application tJ
NARTU "A" scored a duplicatewin SeeBees 27% 12% must also include date of hunt rc
Guest Picker this week is Daniel Illingworth of FAETU Det
over Disease Vector Con- Dispensary 23% 12% being applied for and serial n
Two. Games for the coming week are: Air Force-Oregon Army-
trol, 15-6 and 15-6, while VP-30 Confidentials 23 13 VPI; Colgate-Princeton; Brigham Young-Montana; Florida State number of the Public Hunting I

I gained a victory over NARTU"B" A/C Maint 22 14 UGeorgia; Illinois-Minnesota; Maryland-Miami (Fla); Kansas Area Permit for each member of

by a forfeit. State-Nebraska; Navy-Boston College; Notre DameMichiganState the party.

Following are the standingsof CONTINENTAL LEAGUE ; Penn State-Syracuse; Rice-SMU; Wichita-Drake; UCLA. Total limit for each two-day
the top four teams in each Team Wins Losses Pittsburg; Northwestern-Ohio State. hunt shall be 100 legal buck deer.

league: Paymasters 26 10 Illingwortlj Editors Mac Dodds In such case as the hunters take
AMERICAN LEAGUE Cougars 23 9 Air Force Air Force Oregon Oregon 100 legal buck deer on the first

x Team Win Lost Owl Hoots 21 11 Army Colgate ArmyPrinceton Army Princeton Army ,day of any hunt, the second day
Princeton
(, VA-44 2 0 Mix Masters 22% 13% Montana Montana Montana Montana of the hunt will be closed.

O&R 1 0 Fire Balls 21% 14% Georgia Georgia FSU FSU There will be no special char-

Dispensary 1 0 III. Minn Minn Minn ges for hunting on the area be-
VA-35 1 0 NATIONAL LEAGUE Md. Md. Miami (Fl..) Md. yond the regular hunting license
Nebr. Nebr. Nebr. Nebr.
NATIONAL LEAGUE Team Wins Losses Navy Navy Navy Boston and the regular $5 Public Hunt-

Tom Win Lost Bandits 27 9 Mich St.Syracuse. Mich St. Mich St. A ich St. ing Area Permit applicable to
NARTU "A" 1 0 Stingers (Tied) 25 11 SyracuseRice Penn St Penn St. most management areas.
Admin 1 0 Hospital (Tied) 25 11 Rice Rice Rice No drawing will
apply to be
Wichita Wichita: Wichita Drake or
NARTU "B" 0 1 NARTU 22 10 Pitt UCLA Pitt UCLA necessary for the Citrus archery

DVCC 0 1 Sky Raiders 23 13 Ohio St. Ohio St.: N. W. Ohio St. hunt October 20 to December 2.


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Air Force Squadron Here HelpsProtect
MASS DETECTION of all airborne craft in the) Jacksonville
a area it one part of the AF679th Radar Squadron's missions.
0 Skilled airmen (upper left) keep tabs on "blips" appearing
Aerial AttackBy on radar screens while plotmen (lower right) record the positions
Against on a, large plotting board. One of several sailors assigned to the
squadron. E. F. Alford, AC1, lists all Naval air traffic in North
Marc Whetstone. JO1 east Florida. Air Force Sector Command in Montgomery Ala.,
Less than 500 air miles to the south of Jacksonville, there is brewing today what is informed of local activities by Squadron Commander LTCOL
could eventually become a launching base for enemy aircraft. Oiva Kivipelto, above.
With this knowledge in mind,
been under tight controls
placed ,
how well protected against an
and identification is accomplished -
aggressive aerial attack are the
livelihoods of the military and primarily by a system of
checking and match-
flight-plan
civilian citizens of Jacksonville?
ing.
UNREALIZED BY A LARGE
NUMBER of these citizens is the Here at the Station, this same

fact that not a second goes by, rule applies. A Navy aircontrolman -

24 hours a day, that great mea- is permanently assigned in
the radar room to provide check
sures are taken here at NAS to
protect against an enemy air lists of all Naval aircraft in flight

penetration of northeast Florida's from NAS Cecil Field, Glynco,
coastal shores. Ga., and NAS Jax. Thus, every Yj:

This is made possible throughthe military and civilian (private and ? _'-
efforts of the highly skilled commercial) aircraft reports its Li

150 U S. Air Force officers and flight plan with the squadron.

airmen together with a handfullof Should a contact appearing on
Navy air controlmen who the squadron's radar screens fail

make up the AF679th Radar to comply with special modes of
Squad 'communication or unable to an-
ron. Commanding the
squadron is Lieutenant Colonel swer daily-prepared codes, the

Oiva Kivipelto who has been assigned contact would be labeled as an

the position for the past "unknown aircraft.

three years. SCRAMBLE
' THESE AIRMEN ARE PARTof Under AF679th immediate con-

the nation's air defense team, trol is the Florida Air National > ,
NORAD (North American Air Guard based at Imeson Airport
14, 1962, shall receive the increase -
Defense Command), the sole north of Jacksonville. Except for missiles would meet the aggressor. Graded Civilians the
agency responsible for the air six regularly assigned pilots of If this defense is cracked, (Continued from Page 1)) under existing NCPI.
For employee
example, an .n
defense of the continent. this alert group the majority of Army NIKE Hercules guided mediate in-step raises for some, step 5 of GS 7 who completes
in
AF679th's mission in providing the pilots come from every walkof missiles would be launched a while it will mean a longer wait- 52 weeks of service on October

early warning protection in this life. barrage of, certain 'destruction. ing period for others.IT 13 is advanced to new step '6

immediate section of the Atlantic Should the NAS-based squadron CONTINUAL TRAINING ALL DEPENDS on the cur- effective Octoh 14. Employees
coast can be basically describedin detect an unknown, the con- Because of its active technical rent in-step grade status of the promoted between classification

four words: detection, identi- trol officer would trigger a operations, AF679th, has aided employee. Under the new law, tct positions en and after Octo-
fication, interception and destruc- scramble message to the inter- Navy air controlmen in their classified employees' must serve ber 14, 1962, will receive equi-
control and in-
tion.To cept squadron at Imeson. In a training of radar one year eacn for advancementsto valent of two within-grade Increases -
carrY' out this mission,, the matter of minutes, the fighter tercepts since the squadron be- the first three in-step, two of the grade from whim
first responsibility is detection.A pilots would be airborne for an came fully operational here at years each to the next three insteps promoted. If this is not possible,

WATCHFUL EYEIn "eyeball" identification, flying the Station in February 1959. and U" .''e years each for they will be given the maxium
a setting expected only to F102 Delta Dagger supersonicjets In furthering this radar con- the final three h-stips. step of the high grade or their
be found during war time, the armed, and ready to shoot in trol training, plans are in the An employee eligible for a I'I existing rate, which-ivo* is higher. -

squadron's radar control and the event they have to carry out making for the establishment ofa step increase prior to October I er.LEADERSHIP .
plotting room, located in the the final air defense function- Ground Control Intercept
NAS Operations destruction. School here at NAS. It will con-
Building, is a
mass of "hot line" telephones, Between alerting the inter sist of at least four instructorswho
radar and and all air unitsin will J conduct refresher
scopes, maps a huge cept squadron
glass plotting board. Here, the the Jax area that an unidentified training for Command Informa-
watchful eyes of skillful airmen aircraft is approaching the tion Center (CIC) trainees from ..t..

keep tabs on every military and coast, AF679th informs the Air aboard ships of the Atlantic

civilian airborne craft within Defense Sector Command at Fleet.
[the area of the squadron's far- Montgomery, Ala. This is a site Although this Air Force squadron -
reaching*radar system. It is here of a large-scale electronic com represents only a small

[that an approaching enemy air- putor and radar system set up slice of the complex NORAD -

raft would be detected. which controls retaliatory forcesin system, it is of vital importanceto ... s 7i
all of includ- the citizens of this area, and
WHICH IS WHICH or part 12 States
Detection of aircraft entering ing Florida, Alabama, Mississippi those across the nation becauseof i ,'
he seaward radar perimeter Georgia, South Carolina, the mounting threat of com- i _: .

lust be followed by a rapid and North Carolina, Tennessee and. munist forces.Marine .. .j

(ositive identification. This is a Louisiana. Wives Plan LtLf f /.',:
'aggering and overwhelming RETALIATORY WALL

|sk, A look at the national daily The defense-in-depth network Monthly Meeting Mon.
ir' traffic which enters into : would branch out from Mont- The Enlisted Marine Wives will 1' Li }

[orth America from overseas gomery to the Air Force's 32nd hold their monthly meeting on .1
oWs between 600 and 1,000- Air Defense Division Headquarters Monday, October 22 at 2000 in ...... _.. .' __
SCHOOL GRADUATION-CAPT H. D. Allen
arly, one every 85 seconds. All in Oklahoma City, Okla., Building 582. Table decorationsfor NATTUnit Commanding Officer inspects Waves at Leadership
these make their blips on the and ultimately, NORAD Head- the Marine 'Ball which will School graduation exercises held last Friday at Rosendahl Gym.
dar screens and "all" must be quarters in Colorado Springs, be held in November will be He is accompanied by Katherine D. Tennant AC3 of NAS
counted Colorado. made at this time. Operations Department who was the Honorwomen of the classof
for. '22 Waves. CAPT Allen addressed the group and guests on
[To help simplify this problem, Should the attacker penetratethe I All Marine wives are invitedto leadership and leadership practices after which the young ladies

oming aircraft flights have fighter interceptors, pilotless attend. received their certificates.




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r HELPED TO CELEBnATE-An overall lock al the Nallon'
naval air
t might was offered the
over tOO.OOO persons who visited NAS Jacksonville last Sunday
Numerous displays and live activities stimulated the
"\ day's entertainment which included: (Top row, L. to R.) R. F. Fosbenner, AOl of NATTU AE "A" School explainIng -
the of the A4D
operation Electrical'Sysfem'Trainer to Joyce Kelly, HM3, J. D. Graves and Ronnie Graves. The
for a landing after aerial acrobatics Flying Professor Captain Dick Schram comes in
performing in his Piper Cub. R. E. Dorman, General Electronic
) fo Lindsey Holt. (Second row L. to R.) Th" 'Chuting Stars, the Navy's Parachute Exhibition Team adjust Representative their describes the functions of the T58CE.8B engine
parachutes prior to taking off for demonstration
a free
fall and other
parachuting techniques. A portion of the hugh crowd who witnessed the Sunday Air Show A
local famly stops for that that refreshes
i viewing the static displays located in NARTU Hanger 113. (Third row L. to R.) 1fistine: Schub, a JANCO girl, shows some little visitors pause one of the Naval Hospital's before
1 ambulances. CAPT James R.
Compton, NAS Commanding Officer poses with th e Blue Angels before their
crowd thrilling performance. The Blue
j the Navy's Flight Demonstration Team, were organized here irk June 1945. Many of the Air Station's guests lined Angels,
this 'S2F
10 aircraft weIr
;"1 I Navy planes. (Bottom row, L. to R.) A future! astronaut. Rickey Davis (in chair) watches the gauge as Dr. Welch, of up the inspect Naval Hospital operates the as electrocardiograph al many other

' Instrument. This was just part of the Hospital display which also featured a breathing dummy named Resuscianne which 11 used to demonstrate mouth to
mouth
resuscitation. The crowd breathlessly watches the Blue
Angels maneuver. Larry Burnham and
Larry, Jr look over the VAP.62 display. NAS
. CAPT J. R. Compton, exclaimed that the populace which turned out for the Station's anniversary was the* greatest in recent years. Commanding Officer.


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