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Creation Date: October 25, 1962
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,, WHAT'S INSIDE

If It's news, call Jax AirNews' Seapower .... ................Page 2 I

Jt1 Widow's Info ...........,........Page 3 i
new phone numbers i
Sports .............................. Page 4

8618164.) Guerrillas Attack ........Page 5 f

===-== Hatch Act ... ... ...............Page 6 ,
I Vol. 20 No. 32 U.S. HAS JftckKmYill. FU. 25 October 1962 !

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o. Civil Service Commission j



To Conduct Inspection j

An Inspection Team from the Atlanta Regional Officeof 1
the Civil Service Commission will conduct a "Special" :

.\ \ <. inspection of certain elements of the civilian personnel
'
.'. \:.\{ program here at NAS Jacksonville during the week of I

,3 November 5, it was announced this week by the Industrial I
Department.
ss Relations !
.". k SPECIFIC ELEMENTS of the ;
'.
: personnel' program to be inspected -
.. ,*..... '..' ., :.. .. > are EmployeeManagement Deadline ForNonPro
1i 1-. :... : '.:,'. .:. :.. ..... >' Cooperation, Grievance
i : .
: .$ : Procedures, and System for Ap- Art
peals from Adverse Actions.
While the inspectors' primary

'/. :.' concern will be in the above Show Oct. 29

[ ': ,... .: A areas, they will also review the

/, '.. .... ,:::i .'. f following programs, if time per- Servicemen and civilian
':'. (' :'.:,.:".... >.sJ.r: ...,..A.s..aXsi..rYn..i"r." '+c' w."A.!z:' TR: ..It\i, i ji;,',. > s, .. .i.l:> 13. ,.,'A".I".,...:..{. I ;Ab 4 "" } s} mits: Equal Employment Op- employees and their depen-
VAP-62 DELIVERS, AGAIN-For the second consecutive: year, the officers and men of portunity for Minority Groups; dents are reminded tfyat en-
Heavy Photographic Squadron 62 have contributed: a full day's pay to the annual United Fund. Status of Women; and Stand- try forms for the nonprofessional
Community Chest campaign.: Here displaying the squadron "porter-graph" to Rear Admiral Joseph aids of Conduct. art exhibit to be
M. Carson ComFairJax/ComNabSix (left)), are (from left): Donald Ricardo, AN) LCDR During the inspection, the inspectors shown in Jacksonville No-
Martian Sheridan, Herman Eklind, ADCS, and squadron skipper CDR Robert R. Roemer. They will be available to receive vember 5-10 must be sub-
turned over $2,785 to the campaign: Thursday and the squadron actually did better than a full fair
from both and
share as it would have figured out to $2,670 if each of the 385 officers and men had contributedjust employees mitted by October 29.
a full day's pay. The $2,785 collected: makes an average,of $7.50 per person. representatives of recognized The show of Jacksonville artworks 1\
employee organizations, informa- is part of the regional and 1
tion concerning civilian person- national art exhibits sponsored by
fun For All At Greater New Joint Service
nel operations here at NAS Motorola. Purpose of the exhibit ,;
Jacksonville. Employees and is to give non-professional or hob-
lax Fair In Gator BowlOne representatives of recognized by artists an opportunity to dis-
Regulation States
employee organizations who desire play their paintings at no cost to
of the biggest attractions of the year in Jacksonville I to meet with the inspectors the artists and give them an op-
opened its doors Wednesday, when the Greater Jack- I during. the week of November portunity to gain regional and
sonville Industrial and Agricultural Fair began an 11-day Identity of AircraftUniform .I 5th should notify the Employee national recognition.The .

run at the Gator Bowl complex in Jacksonville.This Relations Superintendent, Build- local art exhibit will be
year's fair is the biggest through 12 years, 25 cents. Children means of identification ing 907, extension 420, either by held at May-Cohen DepartmentStore
yet, from the standpoint of events under 18 will be admitted of military aircraft came memorandum or telephone.ARRANGEMENTS in downtown Jacksonville.A .
and attractions and duration of free of charge until 1800 on Sat- closer to realization recently FOR A
operation. There will be the urday, Oct. 27 and Nov. 3. Mem- with the publication of.-a joint meeting with the inspector will be non-professional in this case
usual livestock show, midway, bers of the armed services will Army-Air Force-Navy regulation.The completed by the Employee Rela- is an artist who earns less than
one-half of his annual income ,
military exhibits, arts and crafts be admitted free of charge on tions Superintendent. Employees -
show, boat show, fireworks, spe- Nov. 3.THE. new designations will con- and representatives of em- from the field of art. Two paint- i
cial exhibits and industrial-type MILITARY EXHIBITS, sist of a basic mission or type ployee ogranizations will be notified I ings may be submitted in water-

displays. Two new features have in which all branches of the symbol preceded by a modified of the date, time and color, oil, gouache, tempera, pas-
been added-a place of the meeting after the I tel, casein or mixed. Paintingsmust
Queen Contest anda
armed forces in Jacksonville will mission symbol, if appropriate, I
Noak's Ark animal exhibit. participate, will be housed in a arrival of the inspectors. be delivered ready for
followed by a design to identifythe
hanging to the third floor of May-
THE WINNER
OF THE
QUEEN special tent at the north end of
contest will be crowned as Miss the Gator Bowl. basic model and a series sym- Russian LectureTo Cohens on November 1 and 2 be-
Jacksonville Fair and bol to indicate significant tween 0930 and 2100. Submittingof
will reign Here is a partical list of the any t
until the festivites close Nov. Be Presented entry forms in necessary be- ;
on free added attractions: change in the basic model.
fore a painting can be entered. j
3. The Noah's Ark exhibit will Oct. 25-Miss Jacksonville Fair
be a unique way of exhibitingall Beauty Contest. For the most part, the mission Here October 29A Forms are available in the Serv- J

types of animals and birds. Oct. 26-Lee Paxon High and type symbols correspond to brief lecture, accompaniedby ice Information Office, Room 238,

Although admission will be School football game. the first letter of the plan's de- slides, on the standard of Main Administration Building,
charged to the fair grounds, there Oct. 27Fireworks.Oct. scription. Among the exceptionsto living in Russia will be presented phone extension 272 or 656.

will be plenty of free shows, including 28-To be announced.Oct. this rule will be "K" for tank- Monday, October 29, at 1900 The three winning local artists
football games, fire- 29-Fashion Show. lower deck, Building 955. will receive merchandise awards
works, fashion shows, ceremoniesof Oct. 30-Fashion Show. ers. "X" for research and "Z" for The lecture will be given by and their paintings will be en-

all sorts, industrial and com- Oct. 31-Halloween Costume self-propelled lighter than air Dr. Sam C. Atkinson, Associated tered in the Motorola National

mercial exhibits, livestock exhibits Parade and Fireworks.Nov. aircraft. I Director of the Tumor Clinic, Exhibit to be held in Chicagonext

parades, and other attractions. Gilbert-Northwestern Duval Medical Center, who recently June. At Chicago six national -
Admission is 75 The regulation also providesfor visited Odessa Kiev winners and
cents for adults High School football game. runnersupwill
and for children through 12, 25 Nov. 2-Lee.Landon football the assigning of popular I Leningrad and Moscow,_ Russia be selected.A .

cents. Sunday admission will be game. names to conform with the air- V.-

50 cents for adults and children Nov. 3-Fireworks.. craft's characteristics. V


I 87th Adjourns: Several l Laws Affect ServicemenThe 4 }

87th Congress has ad- I
journed its second session tion (PL 87-771)) prohibits im- ment.PL87776) I
leaving behind it several position of personal property ), which increases
pieces of legislation certainto taxes on a serviceman's property allowances for the official trans- 2 ti 1l
be of benefit to the American after he has been transferred out fer of house trailers of Federal :44Th
servicemen. of a state. employees, could have an indirect -
effect on servicemen.
PROBABLY OF GREATEST OTHER LEGISLATION OF
ANOTHER IMPORTANTPIECE
significance is the Basic Allowance INTEREST to servicemen included -
of legislation was (PL 87-
for Quarters bill, increas- the authorization to issue a
648)), which provides for disciplinary -
ing'quarters allowance for mem- gold medal to General of the punishment for minor
bers of the Armed Forces as of Army Douglas MacArthur. (PL offenses without the interven-

January 1, 1963. 87-760)). tion of a court-martial. This bill

(PL 87-790))), another law, pro- Officers are effected by a was signed into law on Sept.

vides for temporary suspensionof law (PL 87-777)) that requires 7, 1962 by President Kennedy.Also a S
duty on personal and'' house- forfeiture of retired pay if a retired important was the law 'r k
hold effects brought into the officer of the Navy or increasing the rates of compen- PROUD MOMENT-CAPT James R. Compton NAS
United States under government Marine Corps engages in sellingto sation for veterans with service Commanding Officer congratulates: newly appointed CAPTA.
R. Wooldridge as his wife Barbara looks on. CAPT Wool-
orders.A the Department of Defense connected disabilities. This be- dridge is the Assistant Naval Air Station Overhaul and Repair
further piece of legisla- within three, years from retire- came PL 87-645 on Sept. 7, 1962. Officer. ,


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-5 Station Traffic Liberty vs Communism


Violation Record

NAS, Jacktonvlll

CAPT j. R. Compton ............................................................ Commanding Officer is of
Following a report
CDR Walter J. Schub ................................................................ Executive Officer RIGHTS OF POLITICAL MINORITIES
Fleet Air Jacksonville NAB 6ND traffic violations for the per-

RADM Joseph M. Carton ................................................................ CommanderCAPT iod October 13 through Octo- I One of the earmarks of modern democracy is the rightof
Vincent Casey ................................................................_.... Chief of Staff ber 19. individuals to oppose the government. This is based on
Fleet Air Wing Eleven NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS the fundamental rights of freedom of speech and press,
CAPT Gilbert J. Frauenhelm ............................................................ Commander is the of citizens
CAPT Andrew H. Cowart .................................................... Chief Staff Officer I This week (period Oct 13-19)) 4 Another corollary right liberrty to form
Naval Air Technical Training Unit Total accidents this year political parties that oppose? the government.

CAPT Harttel D. Allen ........................................................ Commanding Officer through Oct. 19 .................... 217 Modern democracy implies
CDR Eugene F. Verdery ............................................................ Executive Officer Number of accidents throughOct. rule by the majority of the bers of a national legislature
Naval Hospital LENIN DECLARED
THAT I
CAPT J. M. Hanner ................................................................ Commanding Officer 1961 ........ ............ ....... 211 people: under a constitutional
CAPT Stephen H. Tolini ............................................................ Executive" Officer NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE system which, among other political liberty included; < 1))
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit LAST INJURY IN MOTOR things, protects the rights of free election of a national leg-)

CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. .........................,.......................... Commanding Officer the minority. Under a twoparty. islature; ((2) freedom of speech
CDR William M. Miller .. ........................................................ Executive Officer VEHICLE ACCIDENT25This and press; ((3) freedom of
the
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at no week (Oct 13-19)) ... .. 36 In the Soviet Union, this
people to call meetings to
expense to the goverrtment and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958. Speeding .. ... ... .. 11 power is usually a minority dis-
Distributed weekly free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air party. cuss state affairs, commonly
Going through .... 4
sign
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing stop called the right of assembly;
Reckless .... ..... ... NOTABLE RECENT EXCEPTIONS .
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U. S. Naval Hospital. driving 3 and ((4)) freedom to form

LCDR Ralph D. McClure ........................ ... Service Information Officer Other violations .................... 18 to this rule have been associations and
Andrew H. Planey ........................ Aslsstant Service Information Officer Thirty-two drivers appeared the election of a Republican political par-)
Editor-Mae Spencer, JO1; Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone, JO1; Staff- President
and Democratic
before the Traffic a ties.As
Robert Dodds, SA; Ruth' Anne Roberts, SA. Hearing soon as Lenin had made I
Members of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and In- Board at the meeting held on Congress in the United States,
ternational Councils of Industrial Editors. October 22. Disposition of the and the election of a Conserva- his conquest of power in the

The Jax Air News is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material cases included the following: tive majority to the British Bolshevik Revolution of 1917,
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing cerdit ti given. Photo House of Commons in 1951 he destroyed all of these polit-
graphs unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs. Four lost driving and parking ical liberties and used the noto-
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone privileges aboard the Station, when the Labor Party polled a
extensions! 8164, 656, 272, or 8161. nine were assigned to a course'in larger number of the popular rious CHEKA to arrest, shoot,
or sentence to concentration
votes.A .
remdial driving instruc-
all active members of
camps ;
tions, 19 received suspended racial or national group
non-Communist parties. Stalin I
SEAPOWEREditor's penalties, 12 received warn may be a minority, but it is |
and Khrushchev followed Len-
ings, three were dismissed. not a political minority unless
in in advocation of the one-
DRIVING REQUIRESCONSCIENTIOUSNESS organized into a separate polit-
ical party. i party system.As .
( Notes This is the first in a series of articles by key a result, there are no I
figures in and out of the Navy that will deal with the vital The person at the wheel ofa All totalitariam regimes, including articulate political minorities in
vehicle has a two-way re communism for b id
considerations of Seapower.) ,
the Soviet Union. All political )
sponsibility. First, he is responsible opposition to the
Waging effective war against submarines is indeed governmentand parties and groups outside the
difficult. During World Wars I and II, submarines took a for his own drivingand outlaw all opposition political Ccmmunist Party have been |

heavy toll of merchant shipping and also of combatant secondly, he is also responsible parties. The dictatorship is crushed.

ships. Eventually, as a result of the combined efforts of to remain alert to controlled by a single elite par-
the actions of other drivers ty. In the Soviet This series is taken from
the United States and its allies, our scientists and our in- Union, this
dustrialists, we were able to counter substantially the and of pedestrians. The per- party is the Communist Party.In Ideas in Conflict Liberty and

threat thev posed.IT son_ who is not conscientious, turn, the Communist Party Communism (DOD Pam 3-11)),

SHOULD BE NOTED, I I is the one who is indifferentto is under rigid discipline, con- published by the Directoratefor I

however, that our successes cellent forces immediately his own safety, the safetyof trolled at the top by the'Party Armed Forces Informationand
available to defend against Education of
a his Presidium. Department
were not the result of any start- passengers, and the t
ling developments which enab- submarine menace. The ships safety of those on the highway WHILE THE UNITED STATES Defense.
the aircraft the whichwe
led us immediately to detect, weapons has followed the two party
clcsify and destroy enemy sub- can call upon are excellent. The fact that there are accidents system throughout almost all
Tomorrow they will be even
marines. In contrast, they resulted better. injuries, deaths, de- of its political history, there

from improvements in struction to property of oth- has appeared a long successionof
During the past few our -
our own techniques, better years ers, and traffic incidents of minor or third parties whichis v
have been
techniques improved
equipment, more effective team- all sorts, indicate strongly the protected by law.
work, and outstanding perfor- tremendously, and now we are lack of conscientiousness
utilizing all elements of the Na- on In democracies the PROTESTANT
minority
mance of duty by those engagedin the part of too
motor-
many
vy as never before in a great party has an important func- 0830-Holy Communion, All
busi- ists. In
an always dangerous the interest of

team effort. New weapons are safety, tion, in many respects as important Saints' Chapel
Wars against submarinesare each
ness.
operator of
being introduced into the fleet a motor ve- / as that of the party in 0930-Naval Hospital Chapel
not overnight. hicle
won ought to examine
routinely Our com nications him- power. This function is to 0930-Service of Divine Wor-
Today, as we strive to ensure are far better than they were a self briefly upon starting up examine and criticize the policies ship, All Saints' Chapel

that our wonderful coun- few years ago. Our sonars now his car, to see if he had of the party in office. Its 1100- Service of Divine Wor-

try is defended adequately we have ranges unthought of in brought his mind to a full criticism must be responsible ship, All Saints' Chapel

find a new dimension introducedinto World War II. Our personnel conscientiousness or awarenessof criticism; for, in case it causes
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anti-submarine warfare. are becoming better skilled and his responsibility while dri- the resignation of the party in CATHOLICSunday

This has resulted from the much more able to operate i efficiently < ving that car. In this way, office, it must be prepared to

marriage of the missile to the and to maintain the many would-be accidents carryon the process of govern- 0630-Naval Hospital Chapel|

submarine. During the last .two excellent, but highly technical, could be averted, and many 0900 & 1200-St. Edwards
conflicts in which we were engaged casualties ing.In -
equipment being provided by prevented and list 1903, when Lenin led the Chapel.
: reliable misiles had not
of maimed and
science and injured
industry.
peo- Bolshevik faction in the Rus- Weekdays
been
produced. ple would be greatly decreased. I
TODAY THE MISSILE is a Isn't it worth thinking sian Social Democratic Party, 'Monday Through Friday

standard part of our armamentand MDBS NOTICE about? and when he was laying the 0630-St. Edwards Chapel

can be used effectively i in Employees Mutual Death foundations for the Communiststate 1615-King Hall.

the air, on land,' at sea and Benefit Society Notice 196 he demanded political Saturday0900King

from beneath the sea. Therefore and 197 is issued to advise Johnson Named liberty, the right to form polit- Hall
we now must face the members of the death of two Confessions are heard from

problem not only of pro- of its members.As Aug.Serviceman ical parties and to elect mem- 1900-2000 and before Masses.

tecting ourselves from submar- a result of paymentsby

ines that can seek out ships the Society, members Virgil L. Johnson, AOl, was

with torpedoes, but also from will now be assessed $2.50 named NATTU's "Servicemanof

those which can launch missiles which is now due and pay- the Month" for August, on the
against our military targets and able. The ten day notice of basis of superior performanceof Pt fkUNrTCP STATES

our cities. Our own ability notonly assessment began on October his duties as an instructor j j of AMERICA i-
to marry the missile to the 24. in the Aviation OrdnancemenClass

submarine but to marry it to Members are reminded "A" School. --'rHESE WORDS WERE

a nuclear submarine as evidenced that cash payments will not His commendation noted that J FIRST USED BY '

so dramatically by our be, accepted. numerous graduating students 77104445P 1NEIN '
Polaris system, is an indicationof have NIS PAMPHLET.
praised him for his assistance -
what we can expect'from Sigma 7, Astronaut Schirra'sspacecraft rendered through '
a most FORERUNNER
Pa. OP THE
potential enemies who also are used a new missile difficult phase of the coufse. His / DECLARATION OP '

in a position 'to capitalize on impact location system. At the strict adherence to leadership INDEPENPENCE.'r1E: i

the technological developmentsof moment of parachute deploy- principles and exemplary moral PAMPHLET APPEAREDJFw' '**

these past two decades. ment, a small bomb was released. character was also lauded. EARLy IN UANUARtf 1776. WX.. ,

Yet even as we recognize the Sound waves from the the Johnson will receive a free JT STATED THE CASE OF //y > ,

magnitude of our problem, we exploding underwater bomb were trip to historic St. Augustine, THE COLONIES AND K/ % e.V>

also are making steady, if un- picked up by, several receiving courtesy of, the St. Augustine CARRIED THE CAUSE ==' *

dramatic, progress in our efforts stations and plotted for a gen- Chamber of Commerce and the OF FREEDOM FORWARD ?r.

, to solve it. We have ex- eral fix on Schirra's impact area. j .USO. WITH A RUSH.

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.q< There have been many instances at all naval installa-
; :. tions where a young widow has had to make important

,*'. .. ,.,:::. financial decisions and just didn't know how.
She has lost her husband and,

: like so many husbands, he made

1:1.: .. -\ } most of the financial decisions for Up The
jI the family and handled most of
s. ,." ,
: tiN.vwM4nw,_ ti0000(9WANe'b .,,YOn: ::TTSnF:.::,:..
the financial affairs.
AWARDS-Civil Service employees are honored for long service to the Federal LADDER
service by the presentation of the Navyt anchor type lapel emblem. The four employees shown MANY WIVES KNOW VERY
have each completed 30 years combined military and civilian service. CAPT J. R. Compton, NAS little about their husband's
Commanding Officer (center), presents the pin to Berne W. .Coffman, Jr.. Security Dept. while estates. Does he own stocks and Civilians
employees and their department heads look on. (L. to R.) CDR George Center NAS Security Officer bonds? Does he have investmentsin
; William J, Roemer, Security Dept. CAPT Compton Coffman; Raymond G. Kelly, O&R NAS Jax
business real The following 23
Dept. John W. Bradshow, O&R, and CAPT Arthur R. Wooldridge, Jr. Assistant O&R Officer. a or estates?
Does he have a properly drawn civilian employees were promo-
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will or are there any trusts of ted in accordance with the Sta-

flying Club 'Management Doesn't Change which he, she or the children are tion's Merit Promotion Program.'

( beneficiaries? Does, she know Promoted at Overhaul and

Principles; New Techniques Used' where the necessary papers are? Repair Department were: Thomas -

Elects FirstOfficers : Does she have someone thor- Abboud, Aerospace Engineer

The machine is an exten- men in leadership oughly competent to advise her? (Propulsion andPower, ), GS-9 to

sion of management, not a Does she know his insuranceman Same, GS-11; John J. Borje,
tool of management.This "WITH OPPORTUNITY, in or- ? Does she know benefits' Aircraft. Examiner to Leadingman -

was brought to the der to succeed, we must accept that are available to her through Aircraft Mechanic (General -

The Jax Navy Flying Club fore by V. M. Parnell of responsibility", Parnell asserted. Veterans' Administration, Social ); Van A. Butts, Inspector

held its first club elections last IBM who spoke to membersof Parnell, who is assistant Security and the Navy? Does (Aircraft Instruments), to Lead-

Monday with the following memo Jacksonville Chapter 40 manager for Navy programs, she have a comprehensive out- ingman Instrument Mechanic

bers installed as officers: of the Armed Forces Manae- Federal Systems Division for line of the many things that (General); Herschel C. Chesley,
IBM in listed these
Washington
ment Association last are familiar to him but unknownto Management Technician, GS-9
President-H.: B. Cring, AECof responsibilities as ((1) Educa-
VA-44; Vice President-C. G. Thursday at the Civilian tion, defined as teaching peoplethe her that may cost her so muchto to Management Analyst, GS-11;
Cafeteria. learn? Alvin D. and John C.
Crews
Barnes, ATCS of VP-5; Secre- business problems and not
IN HIS TALK ENTITLED If much of the above is un- Howell Metalsmith (Aviation)
G. M. of
tary-Commander Beyer just their own area of responsi-
I
VA-44; Treasurer-Lieutenant E. "Data Processing Achievementsand bility; we must educate at all known to her, then practically to Leadingman, Metalsmith (Aviation -
Considerations in Managerrent" overnight she must learn of themor I "and
) Samuel J. Deutsch
H. Downs of VP-30; Operations I levels of managements. ((2)) To ;
Parnell said that man- make mistakes that may cost Hassell E. Norris Asst. Production -
Officer-. L. Pfeifer, ATC of discover and make use of crea- ,
VP-5; Assistant Operations Of- agement principles never really tivity and other skills in the her and her children dearly. Controlman (A/C Mechanic

ficer-Lieutenant H. McKay of change, only new techniquesare approach to the science'of business IT IS URGED THAT EACH of (General) ) to Production Con-

NATTU; Maintenance OfficerA put to use. In following up management. It is the you hold a family financial semi- trolman (A/C Mechanic (General -

Spata, ADC of VP-18; As- with his presentation, he cov- duty of management to uncover nar where all phases of your af- ) ); Paul M. Dribelbis, Opera-

siftant Maintenance Officer-J. I. ered some of the opportunitiesand special skills. ((3)) To teach fairs can be discussed and your tions Analyst (Aircraft Assem-

Miller ADC of VA-44; and Pub- responsibilities of manage- leadership by being leaders andb wife informed of the many things blies) to Operations i Analyst
licity Chairman-Lieutenant (jg) ment as a result of advanced ) practicing leadership on a she should know. If necessary (Aircraft Instrument Mechanic

L J. Hoffer of VP-18. systems of electronic business full time basis. There are many i consult with either your legal (Electronic); Melvin W. Floyd,
known tech- '
machines
now
It was announced during the electronic data aspects of leadership but the officer or an attorney to endure Aerospace Engineer, GS-5 to
nically as processing
meeting that purchase of the one word that could cover your family's security. Same, GS-7; Raymond V. Gei-

club's first aircraft, a Piper Cub them all is Trust.In ger and Calvin A. pore, Inspector -

J-3, had been acomplished. So Parnell pointed be out that involved data expanding on opportu- HASP Launched (Aircraft Airframes) to Lead-
an
far 25 of the 55 members have processing can nities, Parnell said that the impression ingman Electronics Mechanic to
thing, but despite this, the
flown the Cub with 15 addi- that a person must Quarterman Electronics Mech-
tional members having already growth of data processing has have. a degree in mathematicsor By New Method anic; Marshall L. Lancaster and
offered all levels of manage-
started in active flight instruc- ment many opportunities. First, physics in order to handle 'The U.S. Naval Ordnance Lab- Frank C. Thomas Aircraft Cleaner -
tion. Because of the l large num- the most advanced electronic White Oak to Production Dispatcher; Ira
it has offered the opportunityto oratory, Md., has
business machine systems, is Lubell Electroplater to Leadingman -
ber of club members, plans were do a better job of management reported that the fleet-wide capability ,
false. "This notion prevailed Aircraft Cleaner; Lowell G.
discussed Monday for the purchase through a complete understanding of the Navy's High Alti-
because of the glamour of elec-
McCampbell, Asst. Production
of the total busi- tude Sounding Projectile (HASP)
of an additional training tronics and the high speed, of
Controlman (Machinist) to Lead-
it has been increased
secondly, by
ness requirement; a new
aircraft. presents the opportunity to; the computers", he said. "Proof firing method. I ingman Machinist; Mickey T.

Ground training is being con- make use of creativity and exists today in industry and Originally designed to be fifed Newman, Aerospace Engineer

ducted at the regular scheduled other skills in management;' government that with proper from a 5 inch/38 gun, it is now (Propulsion and Power), GS-5 to

meetings of the new organization and thirdly, provides opportu-training completely, present handle the staffs most can ad- being shot by a LOKI launch Same, GS-7; James R. Smith, In-
time saved tube attached to the barrel of spector (Aircraft Electronic Sys-
utilize the
in Room 108, Building 128 nity to vanced electronic data processing -
Aircraft Quality'Con
tems) to
-
a' 5 inch/54 aboard
(FAETU). All meetings are heldon by advanced techniques to I systems", he added. HASP, designed gun and developedby ship. trol Specialist, GS-9; Charles R.

Mondays at 1900. demonstrate positive manage- Captain James R. ,Compton, the Naval Laboratory, was Stanley, Chemis} (Analytical)

Commanding Officer of NAS first fired using this new method GS-7 to Chemist (General), GS-9;
Jax, and president of the Jax aboard the destroyer John S. and Robert L. Williams, Produc-

Chapter, disclosed at the meet- McCain during mid-April in the tion Controller (Aircraft), GS-9
ing that the Station is keeping Pacific. to Senior Production Control-

abreast of modern advance-. The projectile was developedto man (A/C Mechanic (General) ).
of electronic
ments and techniques -
collect weather data from the Promoted in the Supply De-
and that the
$< F fd F'' LA.f systems
ka t .a
stratosphere. When launched the partment was: Jerome P. Co-
Station has established 'an Elec- I slender rocket shoots to an alti- wart, Stockman to Head Stock-

tronic Data Processing Depart- tude of 45 miles where it releases man.

ment which will go into opera- a load of copper chaff. As In the Miscellaneous groups

tion in January. the chaff "floats back to earth, promoted was: Flossie W. Scho-

the ship's fire control system der, Accounts Maintenance

tracks the cloud of cooper wire Clerk. GS-3, Supply Dept. to' Ac-

determining wind direction and counts Maintenance Clerk, GS-4,
Vice Admiral Schoech
speed.
Comptroller Dept.
Selected Deputy CNO.

Vice Admiral William A.

_
d f Schoech, presently Commander -
\I of the U. S. Seventh Fleet,

will relieve Vice Admiral

Robert B. Pirie as Deputy

Chief of Naval OperationsAir

F. ( ) in November.

s Admiral M. ADM Pirie will retire Nov-
HONORARY FRA MEMBER-Rear Joseph
Jacksonville and Commander ember 1, 1962.
Commander Fleet Air. -
Canon (Naval right),Air Bases Sixth Naval District has been made Rear Admiral Thomas H. OUTSTANDING MAD FOXES-Four men of Patrol Squadron -
member of the Fleet Reserve Assodation. He was Moorer, who has been nom- Five hare been selected as outstanding for the month of
aD honorary at the national convention at Memphis. September. The selection was based on their military bearing
membership I
elected to inated for the rank of Vice
demonstrated excellent of and
received his certificate of membership last Satur- ability, consistently performance ,
Term., and dinner held at Jacksonville's Branch 91. Here Admiral, will relieve ADM devotion to duty. They are (L. to R.) Melvin R. Senters. ATI.
cia at a special the certificate ,Is'Branch 91 President Willis J. Cap- I Schoech on October 13, 1962. William R. Wall, ADR2, John D. Wease, PN3 and Sidney J.
presenting
well as Past President Tom Feaster looks on. LeBanc, AN.

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Jax Sail Club Host Sports Resumed

fAX AIR

Toward Fleet SPORTS

Final Local RegattaThe NES

..
Admiral
final Sailing Regatta for the season will be heldon TrophyCompetition

the St. Johns River this weekend at the Jax Navy Sail-

ing Club. The Sailoffs will be at the Florida Yacht Club on among local fleet

Saturday, November 10 and Sunday, November 11. units for the Adminal's. Trophy Corpsmen'Led To
will pick up momentum again
The Jax Navy Sailing Club is I begining November 12 with the

leading in. all of the classes it has Hunting CalendarFor playing here of the Single Eli Sowell

entered in the current standings. Rest of '62 mination Touch Football Tourn- Victory By'

ment.
Commodore V. F. Anderson of

the Bantam Alpha is l leading the Season ReleasedThe Also scheduled tournaments for the in near Volleyball Strong defensive tactics used by Hospital's gridiron
future -
Rhodes Bantam Class by three are and bowling. squad sent the Marine Barracks, 1961's Champions, into the

points while his teammate Bob Florida hunting calendar through golf losing column for the first time this season last Monday

Oechelin of the Tyshe heads the I December 1962, released by the Game Units interested in participating when the Corpsmen shutout the Leathernecks, 8-0.
Sunfish Class by two points. In I Commission, ti as follows: are invited to keep abreastof
: Dove-opened October 6 for 30 the pertinent COMFAIRJAX/ I Both teams now hold five wins
the Class George Monthan
Open ,
Deer Hunt Takes
consecutive half-dayi ((1200-to(( sunset) COMFAIRDET JAX Notice ((1710 and one loss records.
leads :
skipper of the Cougar Cat through November 4, with Alligator

by two points and in the Cruiser Point In Franklin Co. cloied. Glades, Series). SEVERAL TIMES THE MA-

Class Bill Hopkins skipper of the DeSoto, and Hardee Counties closed So far tournaments have been RINES were within scoring position Amended By Fla.
during first phase of hunt.
Ichi-Bon leads by an eight-point Deer (archery) Special archery hunt held for tennis arid softball. VA- but each time the defen-

spread.A opened In Citrus Wildlife ManagementArea 44 won the former; VP-18 the sive prowess of the Corpsmen Game CommissionThe
October 20 through December I II latter. Coupled with their entry expounded.
skippers meeting will be held special hunt opens October 27 In Eglin into the softball tournament, Florida Game and FreshWater

at 1400 both days at the Jax Club- Field Air Force Reservation, doting VA-44 has 1400 points toward the Hurbert Sowell, right end for Fish Commission has
November 11.BearSeason. I
house, with races starting at 1430 dotes In Osceola National Admiral's Trophy, 200 aheadof Hospital, had a busy day breaking amended the hunting rules and

for the event. There v./ll be five .Forest November 3. its nearest competitor, VP-18. up Marine plays. His first regulations for the Citrus Wild-
Native Game and Birds-Statewide exuberance was in the first half life Management Area for the
heats scheduled for the Regatta.The one-half
hunting hour
season opens
when, he the 1962-63
leaped through con- hunting season.
bftfore sunrise, Saturday, November 17, v
winners for each class who for deer, turkey, bear, quail, squirrel tender's line and caught the ball THE AMENDMENT lists the

accumulate the most Regatta and rabbit. carrier behind the goal line, giving number of antlerless deer to be
Goose-Season opens November 17 Hospital its first two pointson taken by tha bow hunters to one
points will race in.the Sailoffs. with hunting permitted: from sunrise to
sunset closing December 30. a safety hundred and prohibits gun hunters -
Marsh Hen-Season closes statewide v from taking any deer other
Once again, this time in the
at sunset on November 18. ,c than bucks with five-inch or
Waterfow I I-Migratory waterfowl closing six minutes of play 'in
longer antlers.
PutteringAround hunting season opens statewide at 1200 the last half, Sowell intercepteda
November 21 on ducks and coot, with ) Archers will be allowed to
Marine deflected
hunting permitted every day thereafter pass by teammate take anterless deer beginning

from sunrise to sunset, closing December Dean Burton, center, and November 17, until 100 have been
30. scampered downfield to score the
harvested and thereafter only
Dove-Second phait opens November 4'
only touchdown of the contest.
22 for 1 18 consectuive half-days buck with five inch or longer
The Annual NAS Golf Club 1200 dotes December I
to sunset 9. v Big game in the National antlers will be allowed.
Championship will be held on Third phase opens for 22 consecutive
November 3-4 for the first half-days 1200 to sunset, dosing Jan. League for next week will be The archery hunt opened October -
uary 12. when the Marines meet with 20. The number of archers
rounds and November 10-11 for
Fur Trapping-Licensed trapping season VA-44, Tuesday, October 30, on hunting on the area will be un
the
second rounds at the NAS opens December 1, closes March
ccurse. 1. the stadium gridiron field. limited. The gun season will con-

Deer-Special Third District deer sea' sist of four two-day hunts. The
This once-a-year tourney is son closes December 2 one-half hour Following are the results of hunts will be December 26-27,

open to all male members who after sunset In Otkaloosa, Walton, Es- the leading five teams in both 29-30 January 2-3 and January
cambIa, and Santa Rosa Counties to
; leagues.
hold monthly NAS Club mem- re-open December until January 1. WE BUILT IT OURSELVESThis 5-6., No more than 800 hunters
16-foot sailboat is family -
berships.The Cit.1 a
rus archery hunt closes December from mainsail to cen- may participate in any one of
project
Turkey-Special First District turkey AMERICAN LEAGUE
terboard. LCDR C. L. Haverty, the four two-day hunts. Gun
tournament will be under hunting In DeSoto and Hardee Coun-
match play rules without handi- ties closes December 2 one-half hour Talning: Officer for NATTU's Teams Wini lout hunters are reminded that they

caps. All entries and $2 green after sunset; to re-open December 22, AE in the"B"NAS School Hobby built Shop the craft with VA-44 ..... ......... 3 0 must make application to the
until 1.Woodcock.SnipeSelllon.
fee should be submitted to the January statewide the assistance of Mrs. Harerty. Marines ... ......... ..... 5 1 Tallahassee office prior to tomor-

Club prior to October 30. at sunrise, December open 15, with Mrs. Haverty cut and sewed Hospital.................... 5 1 row, October 26. The names will

hunting permitted every day, doling the sails herself-to a perfectfit. VA-35 ... .................. 2 3 be drawn by IBM machines in
Prizes will be awarded to win- January 13. Thafs a job for ,an experienced the Tallahassee office November
ners and runnersup of each For concise Information pertaining to sailmaker, accordingto VP.18 ..'........,.......... 1 2 5, and each hunter that, is drawn

flight during a party which'will local exceptions, bag limits, regulations LCDR Harerry.NATTU will be notified
closed obtain from the by mail.
be held at the Club House November days etc. NATIONAL LEAGUE i ,
offices of County Judges or Commissionthe
11. publication "Summary of Hunting". Teams Wins Loues
Sports Hand Ball MeetingSet
AF679th .................... 5 0

Right'Increases NARTU ,..,,............,., 5 1
11 RoundupBy Admin ...................... 3 2VP For Oct 31

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The new Intramural Sport of
VA-176 .................... 2 4 Hand
McCaffrey's PicksAthletic D. W. Warren JOSH Ball is being made ready

Touch Football is still holdingthe for the coming season, with the

limelight in NATTU sports, Fish Camp Starts first 'organizational meeting on
Director, Frank McCaffrey increased his lead with results for the past week October 31. It will be held at

in football predictions when he picked eleven winning grid showing two 1-0 games. the. Mainside Gym in the Ath-
iron out of fifteen in the fifth week of Picks. letic
games Pigskin Bowling is moving in, how Early Morning Hrs.The Officeat 0930 on Wednesday -
Second was the Sports Writer with eight right, while third ,
ever, with initial action in the t
went to the Guest Picker Daniel Iillingworth with six. The All commands are invited to
fall half of the divided season
NAS Fish Camp, located
Editors took the bottom spot with five right. attend the meeting and are urgedto
scheduled for last Tuesday. AO
on the bank of the St. Johns
Guest Picker this week is John Trible of the NAS Legal send their entry rosters in
emerged victorious through the River
Office. Games for the coming week are: Air Force-Miami near the Bluejackets Inn before the November 12 starting -
first' half run off this spring,
(Fla.), Brigham Young-Utah State, Colorado State Univer- with AE "Blue1placing: second. has set up new hours for the : ,of the new sport.
early fishermen. It will be
Florida-LSU Florida Tech open I
sity-Wyoming, State-Virginia ,
Both should be serious threatsto
seven days a week from 0600
Idoho-Utah, Iowa- Purdure, Michigan State-Indiana, Navy-
carry off honors in the fall until sunset. O&R Social Club
Pittsburg, Northwestern-Notre Dame, Rice-Texas, UCLA- season.

Standford, Maryland-South Carolina, California-Penn State, Outboard motors, boats and \
Past week in Intra-
results
WashingtonOregon.TRIBLE fish bait are available. Has Turkey, Shoot
mural Touch Football found
EDITORS MAC DODDS
Miami (Fla) Miami (Fla) Miami (Fla) Miami (Fla) Support Services continuing their The O&R Supervisor Social
Brigham Young Utah St. Utah St. Utah St. win-loss record as they lost to Citrus County sportsmen Club extends an open invitation

Wyo. Wyo. Wyo. Wyo. AO #1, 30-6. AO # 1 forfeitedto have asked the Commission to to all hands to take partin

LSU LSJ LSJ LSU Fla. St. MAD #1, and MAD #2 defeated make the Citrus Area an exclu- its Annual Thanksgiving Tur-
Fla. St. Fla. St. Fla. St. '
AE "Gold" in an over- sive archery area for future key Shoot
Utah Utah Utah Utah at 1200, Saturday,
- Purdue Iowa Purdue Iowa time, 10.Action hunts. This proposal will be October 27.

Michigan St. Michigan St. Michigan St. Michigan St. scheduled last Monday discussed at the pre-hunt The shoot is being held on

Pitfiburg NW Navy Notre Dame Pittiburg NW NW Navy pitted AO #1 against AO #2 regulations meetings next May the club grounds located 11

Texas Texas Texas Texas and on Tuesday, Support Ser- and June The Citrus Area is miles south of Cedar Hills Shopping -
UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA vices had another try against the best archery area in the Center on Blanding Blvd.

Maryland Maryland Maryland Marylandpenn MAD #1. Results for these two State and draws thousands of Free food and beverages will be
St. Penn St. Penn St. Penn St.
Oregon Wash. Oregon Wash. games were not available. hunters to the County. served.Pa9e .





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left)-SSGT O. A. Heyser draws diagrams in the sand for
Marine Aviation Detachment a group of aggressors to show where their objectives will be for

the night. (L. to R.) CPL C. Steele, SGT J. L. Campbell. SGT
James H. Rltch SGT T: Hammic and SGT D. A. Miller. (Below)

Attacks GuerrillasBy A Marine observes the flame and smoke left by some hastly departing
Standing guerrillas. (Lower left) SGT Thomas Hammic. an aggressor -
snipes from high in a tree top while (above) the defender
CPL Pete Kelly sites in from well protected bunker on
GYSGT Wes Ward
a moving aggressor.
A of Marines from the' Marine Aviation Detachment Jacksonville attacked .,. ...
company Sr s.xti, :WV.Wnw:+ }N M.Vu.W:SP1L.aVl nE: "'n M u +'x w .N ,

a heavily fortified road block on the south side of Camp Blanding, Fla., Octo-

ber 16, inflicting heavy casualties on a band of guerrillas and regaining the road for

allied traffic.

-THE--- ATTACK BEGAN in the ... ,
": ':H >'A'A' "7 ; bullet, thorns from the acres of
early afternoon against the guer-
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prickly that would makea
pears
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rillas who had infiltrated into
corpsman's: needles dull and
the area for the purpose of har- 'TI'ii ar
small in comparison, plus the
rasment, sniping and gaining con-
grandaddy of all rattle snakes
trol of the road leading to the j i
,> "., who made his presence known
airfield and supply routes. The .,
4t above the gunfire.
aviation detachment was sent \

out to regain the road and halt : The field problem is part ofa :->."'"

tank traffic when regular infantry i i basic training requirement to :
keep all Marines combat fit. This P
units fighting in the area
needed assistance.The particular problem was designedto (
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show and demonstrate what m'
fiit'
"t.
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attack actually was a ,:: : :
aviation units might be called
training problem for personnel
w : upon to do in time of war.
assigned to Camp Blanding Rifle -

Range for requalification.The AGGRESSOR SNIPER Commenting on the problem, Red Cross On Guns :

guerrillas were a specially tached aluminum cans to the MSGT Knox said, "the enthusiasm -

trained group of Marines from ends of their M-1 Rifles to am- and stamina of the troopswas

MAD. Their purpose was to give plify the sound. A sharp fight outstanding, particularlythat 'Don't Take Chances'According

developed with the dug in Mar- of the third platoon, madeup
the
Marines an enemy to work and
American Red Cross
to figures guns ,
ines
against and 'help in the tactical holding. of Staff NCOs (known as the
The battle was in near dead- old mens' platoon). The explosives cause 2,300 accidental deaths every year. These
instruction.The aggres-
lock with each force maneuver- same statistics indicate that over half of these deaths occurred
siveness of the Marineswas x
problem was carried out younger N
in the home.
ing when MSGT Vernon Knox, "
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most encOuraging.
under simulated combat condi- With these facts in mind, Alfred "
called
commander of troops a
tions utilizing all phases of com- SGT Heyser summed up the W. Cantwell, National Di- internal injury.
halt to the Chinese type war. All 4. Most important, summon a
bat. The aggressors were organ- problem with ."most of the Mar- rector of American Red Cross
ized and trained by SSGT D. A. units returned to the bivouacarea ines learned what to do in a Safety Services, has devised two physician without delay, if poss-
near the rifle range. ible without moving 'the victim.
Heyser and SGT D. P. Miller. combat situation and those who sets of safety rules. The first
BESIDES THE MARINES
They used regular guerrilla tac- didn't learn what to do, certainly deals with the handling of wea-
battling each other, they also
tics of hit and run, harrasment, the second, which he hopes
fought mosquitos that would learned what not to do in com_ pons;
infiltration and confusion. will not be needed, deals with BluejacketsInn
stop only short of an Ml rifle bat.
THE MARINES APPROACH. care of the wounded.The .
ED the road junction in the -- -- -- first set of rules includesthe

early afternoon amid constant Navy Chief LecturesOn following: Doin'sThursday

harrasment and sniping from the 1. Treat every gun as if it
October 25
elusive guerrillas. They attackedand were loaded.
took the road junction un- 2. Unload the gun completely Dance, featuring Carl Boyd and

der the direction of Platoon Com- Small Arm Safety before cleaning or adjusting it. The Rhythm Kings, 2000-2400.

3. Don't expect the safety Dance Contest at 2200 with
mander GYSGT Billy E. Flynn ,
and drove the aggressors from A NATTU Chief Petty Officer gave a lecture on Small catch to be on just because you Master of Ceremonies, Carl Boyd..

the area. The Marines dug in and Arms Safety to a Boy Scout Troop with excellent results. think it is. It may not work Friday, October 26

waited for darkness and a coun- Now, he wants to make it available to interested group.He properly, or someone may have Dance, featuring March Wilson

terattack. is D. B. Ellis, AOC, an I L > tampered with it. and The Red Coats at 21j)0) to
instructor in NATTU's Aviation but those lOSt due to a lack of 4. When guns are transportedin 0100.

When darkness came, SSGT Ordnanceman Class "B" school. it certainly are." cars, boats, or planes, they Saturday, October 27

Frank Gueterman, ao exper- The first lecture was givento THE THEME USED IS THAT should be unloaded and shouldbe Dance, featuring Cecil Owens

ienced infantry leader took a Boy Scout Troop 256. safety comes before marksman- cased, wrapped or taken and The Blue Coats from 2100 to
combat patrol out and surpriseda ship, and Ellis feels some of theWorld's I 0100.N
apart.
ELLIS BELIEVES THAT scout
band of guerrillas waiting in
school assemblies and best qualified instructors 5. When a gun is not in use. Sunday, October 28
troops,
A
ambush in an old building.
available right at NATTU.
reconnaissance patrol went out such groups will be most in-.I aie Ellis, who'll co-ordinate the it should be unloaded and stored Dance, featuring Carl Boyd and
terested. well out of the reach of young The Rhythm Kings at 1400 to
and observed the activities of project, can be reached at the
Am-
of the family.
members 1800.
"After the first lecture I received -
the guerrillas and scouted the Aviation Ordnanceman school
munitiop, too, should be lockedup Talent Show at! 1400.
area. With darkness, came a ser- many favorable comments for information on scheduling.
ies of harrassing movements from parents, stating that attitudes "We'll have no way of know- if possible.The Monday, October 29
weird concerning small arms second set of rules to apply VA-176 Party from 1800 to
against defenders including ing how many lives may have
flares have been noticeably im- if an accident does occur, are: 2400.
bugle calls, drum beating, safety been saved through our project"says
The attackers proved Ellis. 1. Protect the wound from Tuesday, October 30
and taunts. came says Chief Ellis, "But the tangi-
on in force with automatic wea- He added that "The lives sav- ble improvements alone in gun contamination. Happy Hour from 1700 to 1800.

; pons, grenades and cherry bombs. ed through emphasis on small safety attitudes make it worth 2. Control bleeding. Wednesday, October 31

[Actually the aggressors had at- arms safety are hardly noticed, while." 3. Consider the possibility of Game Night at 2000.A






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Friday October 26

Luncheon 11151345.

Happy Hour 1530-1800.

Dinner 1800-2130.
Movies will be shown
reg-
Dancing in Cocktail Lounge
ularly at 1900
on Monday with Kay Ryan Trio 2000-2400.
through Saturday; at 1400 and
Saturday, October 27
1900 on Sunday, at the Main- Luncheon 1115-1345.
side and NATTU Theaters and I
Happy Hour 1430-1800
at 1900 only on Sunday at the

Hospital Theater. These times w.. ... .-m-m nu..*,-.. ..r.r.. ..A& .. 19th Hole-NATTU 'Cocktail
are subject to change. CHRISTMAS --Exchange facilities are now taking orders for personalized Party 18000. .
Christmas cards and gift fruit boxes. A large selection of cards are available at a saving of some Navy League Cocktail Dinner- .

Thursday, October 25 25%. The gift fruit is top quality. Florida-grown and may be ordered for shipment to most partsof Dance 1800--.Invitation only.
Mainside-Bon Voyage. the United States and Canada at reasonable prices. Facilities taking orders are: Personal Services Sunday, October 28

NATTUnitMothra.HospitalGo Shop. Bldg. 3: NATTU, Bldg. 554 and Naval Hospital Bldg. H2009. Brunch 1115-1345.

For Broke. Dinner 1800-2100.


Mainside-The Friday, October Nun And 26 The CS Voters GovernedBy Navy W ves'' with Dancing Doe Ray in Me Cocktail Trio 1900-2300.Lounge

Monday, October 29
Sergeant. Luncheon 1115-1345.
NATTUnit-Bon Voyage. .C.orn.er Walnut Room-VA-176 Cock-
Hatch Act
Hospi t Mothra RegsFirst tail Party 1500.
Members of Jax NWC #86
Saturday, October 27 Happy Hour 1430-1800.
( in the Series) heard delegates Nan Wernet and
Mainside-The 300 Spartans. addressed to the Dinner 1800-2100.
Many election-year questions are .
Ruth Skapyak report ,on the National
NATTUnit-The Nun And Civil Service Commission, which., is responsible for Hatch Convention at the Oct. 17 Game Night 1800-2100.

The Sergeant. Act enforcement. Some of the questions deal with Federal meeting. Jax #86 received a Tuesday October 30

Hospital-Bon Voyage. employees' right and restriction under specific .provisions Silver Trophy from the Y.W.- Luncheon 11151345.St. .

Sunday, October 28 of the Hatch Act. Others deal with the Federal Govern- C.A. for the second place award Johns Room-All Wives

Mainside-Gidget. ment's attitude toward cooperating with local authorities in for Points. These points are Bridge 1230.

NATTUnit-The. 300 Spar- an effort to get citizens to. register and vote. earned by the members for their Happy Hour 1430-1800.
Question: What is the Com- Dinner 18002100.St. .
ees for such additional time as help to neighbors, church and
tans.Hospital The Nun And The mission's philosophy with regardto may be needed if their regular community. A certificate for Johns Room Duplicate

the individuals participationin membership growth was also Bridge 2000.
Sergeant. hours of work do not permit
registration? time for registering or voting. shewn. Wednesday, October 31
Monday October 29 Answer: The Commission, over Pearl Smith was elected to Luncheon 1115-1345.

Mainside-D e a d Of The the years, has expressed the the National Board of officersas Happy Hour 1530-1800.

World. view that it believes all citizens Two USAFI Physics Southeast Regional Vice President Dinner 1800-2100.

NATTUnit-Gidget. should be encouraged to registerand 'i and Ruth Skapyak was Dancing in Cocktail Lounge

Hospital The 300 Spartans. to vote, and that no impedi- Courses RevisedTwo appointed National Public Re- with Doe Ray Me Trio 1900-2300.

Tuesday, October 30 ment should be permitted which newly revised high lations Chairman for 1963. Mrs. Thursday, November 1
would hamper an individual Smith and
Mrs. Skapyak were Luncheon 1115-1345.
To
Tickets
Mainside-Two school level physics coursesare
from participating in registration honored at the Cocktail Partyon Happy Hour 15301800.
Paris. being offered by the United
activities and voting. at the Dew-
Saturday evening Dinner 1800-2100.
NATTUnit-Dead Of The States Armed Forces Institute
World. Question: May a Federal em- eypark Clubhouse. Guests pre- Dancing in Cocktail Lounge
(USAFI).
Hospital-Gidget. ployee participate in nonpartisan sent were Captain and Mrs.. J. with Doe Ray Md Trio 19002300.FOR .
drives? Both replace courses pre- R. Commander and
registration Compton,
Wednesday, October 31
viously listed in USAFI's Ele-
Answer: Yes, to the fullest ex- Mrs. W. J. Schub and Ruth
Mainside-Poe's Tales Of tent possible. venth Edition Catalog. D-290 Mulline President of Cecil Field

Terror. Question! May he direct such Physics I previously listed as NWC 121, Viv Wagner was f 4

NATTUnit-Two Tickets To nonpartisan registration drives? C-290, is a nonlaboratorycourse chairman for the evening.

Paris. in energy, matter, and There will be a Halloween
Answer: Yes, he may exercise RENT
Of The physical changes in matter. Costume at the Clubhouseon
Hospital-Dead Party
complete supervision. Furn.
$65
D-291 Duplex Apt. per mOl SP
World. Question: May a Federal em- Course replacing Saturday evening at 1930. For 11106.

ployee participate in a registra- C-291, is a continuation of more information call ChairmanVal 3-bdrm. house, kit equip. EV 8.1505
D-290 and is extended for stu- or EL 55474.
Forest at EV 9-5339. The
tion drive conducted by a poli-
dents who plan to further will be Murray Hill-3-bdrm., $75 per mo. EV
next meeting Wednesday,
tical party which is not carriedout 73909.
CPO Wives study in the fields of scienceor
November 7 at 1930, Dewey-
Unfurn. house,
on behalf of specific candi- $50 per mo.j SP 11142.
dates? engineering. park Clubhouse. Unfurn. house, 2-bdrm., 1 bath. $85
per mo.| EV 85545.
Holes Answer: Yes, with certain CDR Staley New 3-bdrm. house furn. monthly ratei.
qualifications. If the Federal 264-6884.
Slug Makers Can
employee is engaging in registra- Admin. Officer Furn. Apt 2 rooms. EV 9-6886.
tion activities for the purpose of Fine Furn. Apt., 751 King St. 3 rooms. 1
Draw
The CPO Wives Club held Prison
a encouraging the registration of Commander Donald C. Staley bath.Furn
Apt., 1423 Rensielear Ave., 3
Welcome Coffee duties the
Wednesday assumed
recently as
voters on a partisan political ba- So Says CongressRecent rooms, 1 bath.
October 17 for the Wives of Naval Air Station Adminsitration -
sis, such activity would violate FOR SALESt.
newly promoted chief petty of- legislation by Congresshas Officer relieving Commander -
the Hatch Act. The employeemust Johns River ranch-type home
: tightened existing laws a- many
ficers. Mrs. James R. Compton, Stanley P. Krolczyk who has
see to it that his role in extras. CO 46646.JOWC.
was honored guest at the oc- gainst the use of slugs and simi- been transferred to the Naval
the drive is wholly nonpartisanin lar devices to coin mach-
casion.A operate :Hydrographic Office, Suitland,
character and that he impar- ines.
teenage Halloween Dance tially registers voters for the Md.The Plans
Penalties for making
,
will be held for all dependentsand possess- new Admin. Officer comesto
party of their choice without attempting ing or using slugs with intentto
their guests at the CPO I NAS from Iceland where he
Club Patio, Wednesday, October to influence the indiv- defraud range up to a $1,000 served on the Joint Staff of the Frontier

31 from 1930 to 2300. Admissionis idual being registered. fine and a year's imprisonment.In Iceland Defense Forces as Oper- DaysA .
Question: In most states a addition to a violation of
free and costume may be worn. ations Officer. "Frontier Days" evening af-
The regular monthly meetingof registrar is appointed by the the law the use of slugs in vend- Before his Iceland tour he was fair will spotlight the NAS JaxOfficers'

the Club will be held Mon- County Clerk or Clerk of the ing machines may render the the Plans and Target Officer, Club Saturday, Novem-

day, November 5 at 2000. Court. Can a Federal employee machines inoperative, resultingin Naval Air Bases, Fifth Naval ber 17, when the Officers' Wives
accept such appointment? loss of sales and thus pro- District.
Club presents its' charity
Answer: Yes, if in doing,so he fits to the Welfare Fund and e a pro-

Postal I EmployeesAt gets permission from his agency increased maintenance cost. gram.Complete with can-can girls
and the work does not interfere
and all the other trappings, in-
Organization'sMeet with his agency's business. Thisis Centrql I, School cluding an early western saloon,
a matter for each agency to
the festivities will run from 1800
decide. Needs German to 0100.
in Question: May a Federal em-
CityAll ployee be excused for a reason- Class StudentsThe Tickets for this rugged charity
event went sale October
on 15.
federal and postal em- able time to vote or to registerto Central Grammer School
The $2.00 admission charge includes
ployees have been invited to vote? Jacksonville, has announced that -
attend the meeting of the Jack- Answer: Only where it will re- there are still several openingsin a chuck wagon dinner,

sonville Post Office Employees' sult in an employee losing his the Beginning German Class. entertainment, dancing, games,
and a chance on the door
prize.
organization's, Oct. 31, when opportunity to vote or registerwill Classes are held Monday and k 4.

Senator George Smathers and time off be justified: If Wednesday from.. 1800 to 2000 at Further information and de-

Congressman Charles Bennett employee's voting place is be- the School. tails regarding tickets can' be ob-

will be honored. yond normal commuting distanceand There is a $2.00 registration tained by calling the ticket

National president of Letter vote by absentee ballot is charge for the class. Anyone chairman, Mrs. W. R. Fitch, RA

Carriers, Jerome Keating, will not permitted, heads of depart- interested may call the Schoolat 4-7776, or by contacting the

also be on hand. ments may excuse such employ- EL 6-6980. CDR STALEY NAS Jax Officer's Club Desk.



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