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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 31, 1962
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Promotion Exams .,.". WHAT'S INSIDEJfI

Start February 5 I Keeping In Pink ............Page..2 ,

Just a reminder :, 4IJ 5 JANGO Graduation ....Page..3 I
The February 1963 service

wide examinations are scheduled > Sports ...............................Page 4

to be held in the testing Best Tax-Time ..............Page..5
room. North wing lower deck
of Building 955 Mainside. Boy Scout Goodwill

The first exam will be heldon Drive ............................Page...6Cdr.
Vol. 20 No. 44 U.S. NAS Jacksonville, Florida 31 January 1963
Tuesday Feb. 5 for those .
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persons aspiring to pay grade
First
r&T Man
E-7 (CPO). Other dates will Military

be E-6. Thursday February 7;

E5. Tuesday February 12 and ; : Cdr.
Cole
E-4 Thursday February 14. iJ Is 1963

All personnel desiring to }.
particpate in the examinations .x ;
Credit Union PresidentCommander
should arrive at Bldg. 955 at

0730 on the scheduled .
the date in ; Nathan Cole, Jr., has been elected Presidentof
have Uniform of the Day and the Jax Navy Federal Credit Union, it was announced this
their ID
cards available. week. He is the NAS and Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District ,
Legal Officer. '

Patrol Five -\ V\ '; &4s' THIS IS THE FIRST TIMEin
Sqn. +
the 11
> year history of the
} a\X Gulf Gas
organization that a military man
Takes Parlin"Springhoard" has been given the top position.

; :. Commander Cole will replace Credit Cards

outgoing President Roland
Byrdof
the Industrial Branch of the May Be UsedGasoline

Patrol Squadron Five, nor- Medical Department.A .

mally based here, is on de- native of North Carolina, the credit cards may
tachment to the Naval Stat- new Credit Union President ob- be used in the Navy Exchangegas

tion, Roosevelt Roads, Puerto tained his law degree at Wake stations aboard the sta-

Rico where they are partici- Cole, new Credit Union President accepts gavel from I Forest College. He has been at tion commencing February 1, I
pating in exercise outgoing President Roland Byrd. it announced
"Spring NAS, Jacksonville since June of was recently.
board 1963". ONLY THE CREDIT CARDof
1960. Previous to this he was the
Commander Robert P. Smyth, ComSix Cites Role of Legal Assistant Officer in the the current Exchange gasoline

who assumed command of the Office of the Judge Advocate supplier, Gulf Oil Corporation,
squadron this month, will be General. will be honored for credit pur-

directing his unit in the utilization poses, it was pointed out.
of targets and in antisub- Polaris in Cuban CrisisThis Other newly elected officials of The following merchandise and
the Credit Union are: Vice Pres-
marine warfare exercises within services sold by the Navy Ex-
the Roosevelt Roads complex. country's show of strength, exemplified by a awe- ident, Cecil Acree of the Man- change Service Station may be

ALTHOUGH THE PRIMARY some display of seapower which' was ready to unleash its agement Analysis Office; Trea- purchased on credit: gasoline,

mission of a patrol squadron is full power of force and destruction, if necessary, no doubt surer, William Catrette; Secre- motor oil, anti-freeze, all auto-
tary, Joseph F. O'Connell and
allweather antisubmarine war- caused Communist-led powers to back off from a showdown motive accessories except batteries :
Chairman of the Credit Committe
fare, their secondary and collat- during the Cuban crisis, but a closer analysis would indicate lubrication service and tire '

eral duties are many and varied. that one item, probably more than any other, had much to Tony Zambito. Catrette, repair service.
O'Connell and Zambito all workin
Low level maritime photographic do with averting war in the crisis and this was the U. S'I the O&R Department.THE The following may not be pur-

reconaissance, such as that Polaris missile system.SO chased on credit: Batteries, tire
conducted by VP-5 from Roose- SAID REAR ADMIRAL JAX CREDIT UNIONnow recapping service and labor
have failed in its he
purpose has the largest membershipin
velt Roads during the Quaran- Lawrence Daspit, Commandantof charges incurred in mechanical
said "but if the need
ever came
tine of Cuba, has become of the Sixth Naval District, who the state of Florida-nearly repairs or parts installaton (mo-
for this country to use the Po-
major importance it was stated. spoke to Jacksonville Chapter 15,000 persons. It's assets approximate tor tune-up or tail pipe installa-
laris system, it could do a devastating -
5 million dollars.
The SP-2E 'Neptune" patrol members of the Armed Forces tion, wheel balancing, etc.)
bombers that are flown by VP5 Management Association Tues- job. "Our main objective," said PATRONS PURCHASING oil
He pointed out that science today Norman Clive, Credit Union
Club. additives in the Service"
are configured for minelaying, day at the Officers Speak- or "Courtesy -
has yet to perfect the perfect Manager, "is to encourage sav-
low altitude to
bombing, rocket fir- ing before the largest gatheringof area are requested pay
missile to destroy an Intercontinental ings. This is done by giving the
ing and delivery of special weapons the group in months, some 130 I cash for such purchases in order
in Admiral I ballistic missile in investor a reasonable rate of that additional credit ticket
addition to their ASW members and guests, I an
patrol capability.The Daspit ran the gamut of the flight. Since it would take an return for his money. In turn will not have to be prepared for
ICBM 3 minutes to reach its we are able to promote thrift
from its this stated Ex-
excellent facilities provided Polaris missile system purpose, a Navy
by the Naval Station Roosevelt personnel training and main target from the enemy shore to by making loans to members at change official.

Roads allow intensive flight tenance aspects to its complex the U.S., this would give the U.S. reasonable rates." Patrons who do not presently
only 15 minutes warning timeto Interest on savings at the Cre-
crew have Gulf Oil Corp. credit card
training in each of these operations and its awesome po- a
areas. tential. I try to get some kind of antimissile dit Union is 4/6 percent compounded may obtain application forms at

Patrol Squadron Five will be Admiral Daspit defined the I missile in the air. In the semiannually. the Navy Exchange Service Sta-
meantime, missiles fired at land- Civilian and military personnelof
of the de- tion.
returning to Jacksonville Febru- Polaris system as one
could hit with the U. S. Government
launching pads employed
ary 4, 1963, leaving behind its terrents meant to prevent war.
Detachment Six which providesan "If the day ever came when this destruction. But, if our retalia- at naval shore establishmentsin eligible for membership in the

antisubmarine warfare alert country had to fire the Polaris tory force is mobile, such as the Duval County and membersof Credit Union. This does not include -
force for will Polaris submarine, this would their immediate families are personnel at Mayport.
the Caribbean area. missile, then the system
give the U.S. a great advantagein


I Wave Director Arrives TodayCaptain marine bombs that not be with hard only its would to 16 locate the nuclear sub-and Top Chaplain To Speak HereRear I


destroy, but it would also give Admiral I J. Floyd

Viola Brown Sanders Conference will be held in the the U. S. the advantage of bring- Dreith will deliver the ser- ship Service to be held in the

Assistant Chief of Naval Building 1 Conference Room at ing the Polaris missile within mon on Sunday, February 3, All Saints Chapel.

Personnel for Women will (Continued Page 3 CoL 1)) close range of enemy targets. at the 0930 Protestant Wor- The admiral is the Director of
arrive here this afternoon fora "ACTUALLY UNDER today's
the Chaplains Division of the
two-day stay. threat of holocaust, there is a
Bureau of Naval Personnel.
She is expected to be greetedby standoff," the Admiral said.
4
He will also be the featured
the Waves of the at
area a "Neither the Communist Worldnor
reception to be held in Barracks the Free World would risk speaker and guest of honor at

war. If one power were to "win"the the area Chaplain's monthly
723.Later
in the she luncheon on Monday, February
evening will nuclear war, in the long
4 which is scheduled for 1200 at
be honored at a dinner at the run they would have "won"
the "O" Club.Admiral .
NAS Officers Club. M A i}:r yy nothing because civilization

On Friday, February 1 the would never be the same," he < Dreith was born in
Navy's senior woman will meet added. Berthoud, Colorado. He is a

with Rear Admiral Joseph M. The Admiral also brought forth graduate of Concordia College,

Carson, ComFairJax and Naval the problems of providing skilled Oakland, Calif. He also attended

Air Bases Sixth Naval District, crews and maintenance men for Concordia Seminary, St. Louis,

Captain James R. Compton, NAS the Polaris subs. "The Polaris Mo. He was ordained in August

Commanding Officer and other system is a terrifically compli- 1932 at the Faith Lutheran

commanding officers of tennant cated one," the Admiral said. "It Church, San Diego, Calif.

activities to which Waves are takes two years to train a re- Before assuming his present
assigned. cruit in the intricacies of the post the admiral served as Of-

Capt. Sander is slated to inspect power plant. It also takes two ficer in Charge Naval School In-

the Wave Barracks Friday years to train a man in the use dictrination, Chaplains, Naval

afternoon, after which a Press Capt. Viola Brown Sanders (Continued Page 3 CoL 2)) RAdzn. J. Floyd Dreith Schools Command, Newport, R.I.

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2 JAX AIR NEWS 31 January 1963

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s Violation Station Traffic RecordThe Keeping In The Pink



NAS, Jacbonvtll! following is a reportof Part Of Our JobA

CAPT J. R. Cmpt ............................................................ Commanding Officer motor vehicle accidentsand Is
COR Walter J. Schuk .......................,......... ". ........."............... Executive Officer
traffic violations for the
Fleet Air Jacksonville NAB 6ND
each is
IADM Jeieph M. Canon .............................................................." Commander period January 19 through weapon, a machine, a vehicle only as goodas
CAPT Vincent Casey ................................................................__. Chief. of Staff its care and maintenance. Neglect it at your peril it
Fleet Air Wing Eleven January 25.. may malfunction when you most depend on it.

CAPT Gilbert J. uenhelm ............................................................ CommanderCAPT MAN IS THE ULTIMATE Weapon it's true even in
Andrew H. Cowart .................................................... Chief Staff Office NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSTotal marvals. The
this age of missilery and space infantryman
Naval Air Technical Training Unit accidents this year

CAPT Hartnl D. Allen ........................................................ Commanding Officer through January 25..... ... .H outranks his rifle, the pilot his plane, the astronaut his cap-
COlt Eugene F. Verdery .:........................................................... Executive Office sule.
Naval' Hospital Number of accidents through It stands then that of our job as members of the
CAPT J. M. Hanner ......................................................,......... Commanding Officer January 1962 .. .. . .. 16 part
CAPT Stephen H. Tellna ............................................................ Executive Officer Armed Forces is keeping ouselves in good physical condition.We .
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE wouldn't be in uniform today if we hadn't been physically

CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. .................................................... Commanding Officer LAST INJURY IN MOTOR qualified when we entered the service. The doctors found us
CD* William M. Miller .. ........................................................ Executive OfficerPrlnt..1 sound in mind and then. How do we measure
VEHICLE ACCIDENT ....28 body up now?
commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at no
expense te the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958. This Week ..........................89 Is President Kennedy's call for physical fitness aimed at us -
Distributed weakly free of and civilian of Fleet Air or rather aren't we expected to exemplify its standards for
charge to personnel
Jecksenville, Navel! Air Station Naval military Technical Unit Fleet Air Speeding ..............................37 Americans
Air Training Wing the rest of our fellow ? You can bet we are!
11, Naval Air Raaarve Training Unit and U. S. Naval Hospital. Reckless Driving ................0 True it's not in all cases. Many of us are veteransof
LCDR Ralph D. McClure ........................ ... Service Information Officer easy
Andrew/ H. Planey ........................ Aslistant Service Information Officer oing through Stop Sign .... 7 WWII, which means that we've reached middle age or
dlter-Mae/ Spencer, JOlj Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone, J01; Staff- Other Violations ....,...........45 stand on the threshold of it. But just because we can't keep
Robert Dodds, SA; Ruth Anne Roberts, SA. up with the kids in every department doesn't mean we can
Members of North Florida Industrial, Editors Association and Southern end International
Forty six drivers appeared
allow ourselves to go to pot through overindulgence in foodor
Councils of Industrial Editors.
The Jilt Air News I Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material before the Traffic Hearing drink and lack of exercise. If we do that we're not only
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing cerdlt Is given. Photographs Board at the meeting held on letting the service down; we're hurting ourselves.

unless otherwise credited, are official' U.S. Navy Photographs. January 28. Disposition of the ALL PERFECTLY OBVIOUS and undeniable, you say.
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone cases include the following:
But look around and ask yourself how of the
you many
extensions 8164, 656, 272, or 8161.
Nine lost driving and park
people you serve with could do with some determined dieting -
ing privileges aboard the station or physical conditioning through sports and games. If

You Can't Stop On A Dime 11 were assigned to com- you're in a combat unit you will probably see few physicallyunfit
plete an eight-hour course in
men indeed. But a lot of us today have desk jobs more

the accelerator remedial driving instructions, remote from programs of organized athletics. And for some
Every driver knows that to go, he steps on 27 were given suspended pen
of us it's wintertime-hibernation time.
; to stop, he presses on the brake pedal. To go a little
alties
five given
were warn-
So after looking around let's forget about the other
us
faster or to stop a little sooner he presses a little harder. ,
dismissed and
ings, three were ,
fellow and take a good hard look at ourselves.
It's all very simple, until the unexpected happens those two were referred to commanding -------
conditions that require quick thinking, fast reflexes and a officers for possible Launches 2 More

knowledge of what to do. disciplinary action. Small Stores Tell Navy
If you follow three basic rules, Polaris-Firing ASubsThe
fog ,snow or rain. If wiper blades
you've gone a long way towardan New HoursNew
accident free driving record smear the windshield, wipe both Open Navy launched two additional
: the glass and the blade with MoviesMovies operating hours for Polaris-firing submarinesthe

I newspaper. If you get a blow-out the Mainside Clothing and Nathan Hale and the John
RULE NO. 1-Obey traffic will be shown regularly
at high speed DON'T touch the Small Stores Retail Store Adams during the early part
laws: Speed kills vary your brakes. Concentrate on steeringtill at 1900 on Monday through were announced this week by of January.The .
to suit conditions. I
speed
the car has slowed to at least Saturday; at 1400 and 1900 on Lieutenant L. E. Ostrom, C&SS Nathan Hale was launchedat
RULE NO. 2-Avoid emergencies 20 mph. Using brakes too Officer.
soon at the Mainside and
Sunday,
the yards of the Electric Boat
: Know what's happening on may flip you off the road, or Beginning February 1, the
NATTU Theater and 1900 Division General Dynamics
at onlyon ,
both sides of behind it
your car, into oncoming traffic. Store will be open Monday
and a considerable distance a- Sunday at the Hospital Thea through Friday from 0900 to Corp,. Groton, Conn. The John

head. Don't just watch the car ter. These times are subject to 1530 and on Saturday from Adams was sent down the ways
at the Portsmouth Naval Ship-
in front of you, watch the car change. 0900 to 1200. It will be closed
in front of him. When in a jam, MDBS Notice Tuesdays.The yard in New Hampshire.Both .

DON'T PANICI Thursday, January 31 vessels are of the advanced
Employees Mutual Death operating hours of the
RULE NO. 3 Know what's Lafayette class, 425 feet
Bennett Society Notice 204 and Mainside-A Girl Named Ta- NATTUnit C&SS Retail Store
happening to your vehicle: Makea 205 is issued to advise mem- miko. remain the same. long and displacing 7,000 tons
daily safety check the following when fully loaded.Page .
on NATTUnit Truth
Where The
bers of the death of two of its -
items on your vehicle: members.As Lies.
1. Headlights; 2. Rear lights and
a result of payments by Hospital-Vampire And The
signals 3. Brakes 4. Windshield
;
;
the Society, members will now Ballerina.
Wipers 5. Horn 6. Tires 7. Glass
; ; ;
be assed $2.20 which is now
free of cracks, discoloration and Friday, February 1
due and payable. The ten day
excess stickers; 8. Bumpers. Mainside-The Lion.
notice of assessment began on
DRIVING TIPS
Jan. 24. NATTUnit Girl Named
Use low beam of headlights in Tamiko.

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Hospital-Where The Truth

ytfvAy..4siFikry. Lies.

Saturday, February 2

Mainside-Forever My Love.

NATl'Unlt-The Lion.

iiI Hospital-A Girl Named

Tamiko.

Sunday, February 3

Mainside Thank A Fool.

NATTUnit-Forever My Love

Hospital-The Lion O

Monday, Febraury 4

Mainside-Horror Chambers Of e

Dr. Faustus.

NATTUnit-I Thank A Fool.

Hospital-Forever My Love.

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.. Tuesday, February 5
'. '. '.... .
Mainside-The Sundowners.
:{t-i\: :\ > NATTUnit-Horror
::: ChambersOf
DUO PROMOTIONS Cdr. Robert F. Warde, (L.) Ad- Dr. Faustus. ROAD
ministrative Officer of VAP-62 receive a helping hand in adjusting Hospital-I Thank A Fool. DER
his collar insignia from Lt. Thad L. Kopec. (R.) upon pNS
their occasion of promotions to commander and lieutenant Wednesday, February 6 TRU
respectively. Cdr. Warde reported to VAP-62 in February 1961 Mainside-Gunsmoke H
and served as Photographic Officer-in-charge of VAP-62 In
Detachment 19 prior to assignment to his present billet. Lt. Tucson. _
Kopec reported to VAP-62 in October 1959 and has served in NATTUnit-The Sundowners.
the Photographic Department and Operations Department as
well as assistant Photo Officer of Detachment 24 in the summer Hospital-Horror Chambers Of
of 1881. Dr. Faustus. I "Oh, that stgni"




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NEWLY CAPPED JANGOS Karln Newton, Suzanne Thorn, Marilyn Townes, Dolores
Ashley, Michele La Crolx, Marilyn Hoban, Christine Smythe, Mary Cooney, Diane McCann and
Elizabeth Hirt, pose at reception following capping ceremonies held last Friday erening at the
Naval Hospital Chapel.


"0" Club Evenls 10 Girls Receive JANGO


Friday, February 1

Luncheon 1115-1345. 6th
Happy Hour 1530-1800. Caps at Graduation

Dinner 1800-2100.

,Dancing in Dinning Room with Ten young ladies received caps as graduates of the sixth GOLD STAR PIN for 1,000 houri of service as a volunteer

Charlie Jay 20002400.Saturday class of JANGOS (Junior Army, Navy Guild Organization) I JANGO is pinned on Karon Daughtrey by LL Cdr. Eleanor M.

February 2 at the Naval Hospital Chapel, on Friday evening. Company Nurse Corps. Looking on is Capt. ,J. M. Hanner of,
Naval Hospital Commanding Officer. The pinning was part
Luncheon 1115-1345. Other capped JANGOS were ron, Barbara Koch; 150-Pin, the graduation ceremonies of the Sixth Class of JANGOs held

Happy Hour 1530-1800 awarded pins and chevrons for Laura Byington. last Friday evening.DOD .
Dinner 1800-2130.
additional hours of nursing aid Karon Daughtrey 15 is
Annex-VA-36 Party 1900. age ,
St. Johns Room:-VF-32 Party service. the daughter of Commander E. $4Vi
-1830. H. Daughtrey of Fleet Air Wing Announces

Dancing in Dinning Room 2030 THE CAPS WERE AWARDED 11 She attends Nathan Forrest

-0030. for completion of 100 hours of High School and has been a
Sale
Sunday, February 3 nurses' aide training since the JANGO 18 months."Sara" Million Two-Day I\

Brunch 1115 1345. beginning of the class in October The Defense Surplus Sales Office located just south of

Family Buffet 1800-2100. 1962. Wives the Air Station has announced that a public two-day sale of

Monday, February 4 military surplus property will be held in the Civic Auditor
Luncheon 1115-1345. Captain J. M. Hanner, Hospital Hold Elections ium donwtown Jax on January 31 and February 1.

Happy Hour 1530-1800. Commanding Officer welcomed
Chaplains Luncheon, St. Johns the parents and guests. At Jax "O" Club Property no longer needed by 'try application, it was pointed

I the which originally out.
Room. Commander Geraldine II o u p, The Saratoga Wives Club held government

Dinner 1800-2100. Chief Nursing Service capped the it's election meeting on Wednesday cost the military services approx- During the auction, the first

Game Night 2030. girls, assisted by Lieutenant at the Jacksonville Naval imately $4% million will go on day of the sale, over 60 Items ot \

Tuesday, February 5 Air Station Officer's Club. The the block via auction sale on the material handling equipment I

Luncheon 1115-1345. Commander Eleanor M. Com- outgoing president, Mrs. Charles' first day, and a spot bid sale on which include forklift trucks,

St. Johns Room, All Wives pany. A. Knight, presided over the warehouse tractors, platform
the second day.
Bridge 1230. The girls receiving caps were: gathering which had an innau- trucks, etc. will be offered.
Happy Hour 1430-1800. gural motif.
THIS WILL BE THE SECOND
Dinner 1800-2100. Dolores Ashley, Mary Cooney, Readers looking for a crawler
Mrs. Allen E. Ostrand
was auction sale of military surplus
St. Johns Room-Duplicate Marilyn Hoban, Elizabeth Hirte, elected President. Helping her property ever held in Jackson crane, tractor, conveyor, road

Bridge 2000. Michele La Croix, Diane Mc perform her duties in the com ville. Approximately 1,000 per scraper, street sweeper or weld
Wednesday, February 6 Cann Karin Newton Christine will be ing machine will find them list
ing year Mrs. George K. sons attended the first sale.
Luncheon 1115-1345. Smythe, Suzanne Thorn, and Clark, Vice President, and Mrs. ed among the approximately 40
Happy Hour 1530-1800 Roger P. Ryan, Secretary.In Materal to be offered is located items of construction equipment
All Wives Luncheon, Cocktails Marilyn Townes. at military installations in Ala to go on the block.
an impressive set
ceremony bama, Florida, Georgia, Indiana,
1130. MISSES ASHLEY, HIRTE and
in a background of many flags, Included in the variety of rollng -
Kentucky, Michigan, North Car
Dinner 1800-2100 Townes also received pins for 50 the outgoing president was pre stock items will be cargo
olina, Ohio, South Carolina, Ten-
Thursday, February 7 hours extra service. sented with a Gold Disc com nessee and Virginia. According to trucks and trailers, jeeps, pickup
Luncheon 1115-1345. memorating her tenure in office. trucks, sedans, truck tractors and
officials of the DSSO which is
,
Happy Hour 1530-1800. Other previously capped JANGO's The Air Department wives amphibious trucks. Also, many
part of the Defense Supply
Dinner 18002100.Wave received the following parts and accessories which can
under the
supervision of Mrs.
Agency, the sale is expected to
awards 1000 hours Gold Star
: be used this equipment.AN .
Jack L. Fruin provided a most the on
attract bidders from all over
Karon 700
Gold
pin Daughtrey
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Director afternoon for all it
Chevron, Margaret Barkley; 500 enjoyable nation as well as overseas. Color ITEM WHICH IS EXPECTED -

(Continued From Page 1)) -Red Chevron, Judith Spencer was said. slides illustrating the merchandise to cause lively bidding is a

1400. and Nancy Strickler; 300-Blue The next meeting will be held that is up for sale will assist Cessna 195 airplane, formerly

She is scheduled to depart I Chevron, Barbara Parks; 200- Wednesday, February 20 when the attending buyers in evaluating used by the U.S. Army for utility

Jacksonville late Friday after White Chevron and Blue Chev- the Administration Wives will the 640 odd items. Most of purposes.If .
be hostess. the items have a civilian indus-
noon. you are in the market for
This is her first visit to Jacksonville
her ComSixContinued clothing and soft goods, you will
since taking over
find during the second day of
present assignment. Captain ( From Page 1))
the sale, which is the spot-bid
Sanders relieved Captain Wini-
types, such items as field jackets,
fred Quick Collins in August of of the fire control system get
1962 Assistant Chief of Naval ting qualified men of these jobs ponchos, pneumatic mattresses,
as
Personnel for Women and Director is still a tough one," he added. shirts, sleeping bags, raincoats,
gloves, trousers, etc., listed
of the Waves. He paid great tribute to the among the over 30 items being
Captain Sanders was born in crews of the Polaris subs who offered.

Sidon, Miss. She is a graduate must stay at sea for 90 days and

of Delta State College, Cleveland 60 of these submerged. "After There are many miles of used

Miss. being underwater without surfacing and unused cable which is

She was commissioned an Ensign for such a long time and adaptable to many commercialuses.

in the Naval Reserve on looking at the same faces day in .

October 19, 1943. Subsequent to their
and day out, performing Boat enthusiasts and sea lovers
that she held several posts in
functions almost automatically,
will be able to bid on 3 motor
the Recruit Training Command is a test of human endurance,"
launches, a surf boat, a 63 air
for Waves and served as Admin he said. Much of this is corrected craft rescue boat and a 42' converted -,
istrative Officer for the U.S. by having two crews for each torpedo retriever Some

Antarctic Projects Office, on the sub, one spelling the other at the of these boats are suitable for
Staff of Rear Admiral Richard E.
end of each cruise.
converting to pleasure boats or
Byrd, USN (ret.) and his successor
Rear Admiral George Du- "The Navy is proud of these fishing vessels.

fek USN (ret.). Polaris sub sailors. Through 30
SUBJECT GASOLINE Addressing nearly Navy Alexander the Great (356 to 323
Before assuming her present their diligence and outstanding Exchange management and service station personnel is Lewis
position Capt. Sanders was assigned performance of duty ,our Polaris A. Rumph. a representative of the Ethyl Corp. in Atlanta, Ga. B.C.), ruler of Macedonia and
him facts and fallacies modern gasolines of the known world
with
Director of Naval Per missile system Is completely operational He brought on conqueror
as explaining their effectiveness in today's aulomoble engines. in his time, is the first person
of the Staff of the Com and you can depend on
sonnel The Navy Exchange plans to initate Gulf Company Credit descended into
known to have
mandant, Fifth Naval District, them, doing their job," he con Cards into its service station system beginning February 1.
the sea in a vessel of any Jdnd.
Norfolk, Va. cluded. Only Gulf cards will be recognized.



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JAX AIR SPORTS Fliers Make It Six Straight ; I



NEWSNAS Glynco Here Tomorrow Sat.


Hard court fans here at
NAS saw the Jax Navy Fliers
District
Hosts perform in near championship -

i form last week as the

Volleyball ContendersThree home team beat its two visit-
rrlk4 ing competitors in a four-

teams have thus far submitted rosters for the 1963 game series.In .
the first last
game Tuesday
Sixth Naval District Volleyball Championship scheduled to
against the Marine Corps
Supply
at the NAS Jax Mainside gym, Tuesday, February
Center from Albany Ga. six-
5 trough Friday, February 8. Starting time each day is 1130., foot, two-inch Claude, Williamsled ,
Those entered are: Jax Navy,
they will defend their title this the Fliers to a 62-50 victoryby
Cecil Field and Memphis (Tenn.)
year.A dropping in 15 points.
Navy.
Last year the district playoffswere fourth expected contender, Once again the following night,
held at Pensacola where a the Navy Training Communications Williams joined with Dave Ham-
Air Center from Pensacola, mond and Lee Somers in rack
local command there, Naval
notified NAS Athletic Director ing up a total of 48 points-each
Basic Training, took the honors.So
far they have not indicated Frank McCaffrey on Monday that having 16 as they downed the
they too will be unable to be Leathernecks 69-60.

represented here. Thursday was a day of rest.

Ping Pong Heading up the Jax net team On Friday, however, the Jax
during the tourney are Jim Pitts, squad picked up its pace againstthe
John Loper, Jim Donnelly, Gene 23 cagers from Moody Air Force

Feud EndsClifford Vargo, Ken Steiner, B. C. Lowe Base, Valdosta, Ga.
i and player-manager George r I Hammond showed 21 points on

Tully of FAETU has i Mosier. i the Scoreboard as high man in

been named the Station singles this game but the man of the

Intramural Ping Pong Champ. Skeet Team evening was Billy Simpson.
lie defeated Dave Cox of VAP62 Two hands shorter than mostof

in the first three matches ofa ( his teammates, the Flier guard

five-game series held at the Asking For ; 1:{ proved that the little man is still
Mainside gym last Thursday afternoon !!itj very much in today's basketballas

..., .. he
<:: >: displayed an array of set-

Although Cox had to settle for Shot GunnersInterested F ; ,;;1 li liutt; shots, lay-ups and jumpshotsto

second in the singles bracket, he in shotgun shooting? :: the tune of 18 points. As a
joined with Howard Southardalso Or, ever taken part in any com- result Moody was defeated 67 to
EAGLE WINGED FLIER Claude Williams soars above
of VAP-62, to win the doubles petitive skeet shooting? Marine Supply Center cagers as he drops in two of his 31 61.
competition. This latter win If so, the Jax Navy Skeet points against the Albany Ga. squad last week. The Fliers won The second game against the
place their team on top for total Team is seeking experienced per- four straight on their home court two against Albany and Air Force scheduled for Saturday
points toward the Ironman table sons and is asking those inter two against Moody Air Force Base Valdosta Ga. Glynco is night was instead played that
scheduled to be hosted tomorrow and Saturday at 1930 Main-
tennis honors. ested in becoming members to side gym.Ten afternoon. Possessing only a six-
Tully's deadly forehand serve contact Dr. R. I. Parsons at the point margin at halftime, 36 to

and slam beat Cox by matchesof NATTU Dental Department, Ext. Pin Action 30, the Fliers returned to the
21-13, 21-17 and 21-19. 8183. Begins court and built up a strong, undisputed

Team standings, following The Jax team will kickoff the lead in the third quar
'V AP-62, find NARTU taking 1963 shooting season February With 4 6 Teams EnteredSixteen ter. Behind the 20-point effort of

second place in total points with 22, travelling to Miami to com Somers, the home fans watchedas
of the 46 teams enter
VA-44 coming in third ahead of pete in the Annual Flamingo and Thursday nights beginningat the Jax team won-73 to 59-
ed in the 1963 season of IM ;
FAETU's team.Hopkins. Open Skeet Shoot. 1530. its sixth consecutive game.
Bowling will get the play under- Included on the roster of teamsis With a 6-1 record (losing the
next Monday night at the
way the Stingers of VA-44-out to opener to Bermuda, 62-60)), the
Mainside bowling alley. defend its championship title of Fliers again roll out the welcomemat
q.: Split into three leagues, the 1962. tomorrow and Saturday for
American, Continental and Na-
Listed below are the bowling the Cagers from Glynco, Ga.
tional, the teams will dominatethe
I teams in each of their respective Both games are scheduled to begin
I I t.w- pins on Monday, Wednesday leagues. at 1930 in the Mainside gym.

\ ; :n' AMERICAN LEAGUE

VP-18, Supply Public A/C Maint Works Rigger SeaBees Golf Tourney


DVCC Dispensary Skeeter Beaten Off UntilSaturday

Cagers Battle Ordnance AF679th Cannon AC&WComOffAAess Cockers



: To Victory FAETU VP-30 Bowleros Chiefs The Station Military Golf
VP-30 Marlins
Championship, scheduled to have
VAP-62 Warriors
Sky
IM Basketball continued to
VP-7 Falcons started last Monday, was postponed
take its in the NAS
place
I sports VA-44
\ KeglerVP.5 until this Saturday.
circle with VP-18 beating Admin,
Mad Foxes
The duration of, the three matches
; 58-50, and Supply downing AF- Admin PlayboysCONTINENTAL
L.IJla. has not changed and will
679th, 56-46, in games played LEAGUE
.. .".w remain as such: first match con-
receives Greater Jax Sailing Trophy from Cdi. last Monday. FAW.11 Rejects cluding February 9 with the second
R. F. Lyons former VP-18 CO. Varsityman Billy Simpson of O&R MARTD Mix Spartans Masters match running from February

Victory FormulaHopkins VP-18 provided the Phantoms ComFalrJax 10-16 and the third match
with 21 of the winning points. Ordance Beebee Stackers spanning between February 17-
This win placed them in a first- FAETU1.Confidentlals
Ichibon 23. Days of the finals will be announced
+ = place tie with VP-7. Admin's loss Disbursing VP-30 Sparkles Paymasters later

sent them into a tie for second Operations Cursors This delay allows golfers interested -
with Supply.Air VAP-62 Flash Bombs in
participating to sub
Greater Jax
Ham Hocks
TrophyA Force almost slipped past Commissary VA-44 Hornets mit their entries tomorrow to

the Supply cagers in their contest Boat Branch NAS Golf Pro Joe MacDonaldat
I
VP-18 seaman member of Tri-Club Sailing Championship as they led at halftime, 29- VP-18 Flying Phantoms the 19th Hole Club House.
the Navy Jax Sailing Club has trophy to, his collection. 21. Nearing the closing minutesof VA-44 CougarsVA44 Jax Navy's varsity golf team

been presented the Chamber of Since its inception in the fall play, however, Supply put PlnBounders lost its opening match of the

Commerce Greater Jax Sailing of 1957, the Greater Jax Sailing the pressure on to even the score NATIONAL LEAGUE 1963 season here last Friday to

Trophy for 1962. series has -been won twice by 45- ,5. This was followed by their A/C Malnt Air Frames the University of Florida link-
HE IS WILLIAM F. HOPKINS, Navy Jax sailors-in 1960 by jumping; out ahead 11 points and Operations Thunderheads sters, 25% to 101,2. Paired-up for

skipper of the 33 year old sail Cdr. V. F. Anderson, CO of VP- limiting AF679th to only one VP-30 Supply Neptunes Bandits the home team were: Lew Gif-

ing whaleboat, "The Ichibon". 18 and now Hopkins.The more tally before the final buzzer ''Hospital ford and John Francis; Mike

Hopkins won the trophy by squadron's representationin ending the game 56 to 46. Hospital Panhandlers Benak and Jack Stephens; Earl
compiling the highest percentageof the Navy club for the 1963 Harry Braxion led the Supply- VAP-62 Mixers Person and Bob McElhiney; and
points within the cruiser class series of "greater" sailing will men to victory with 18 points. VP-30 NARTUVA44 Owl Hoots Ron Fulton and Gus Duliakas.The .

over 40 other competitors. He include, besides Hopkins and Hack Drivers team will be hosted by
I also swept five other class win- Cdr. Anderson, Lt (jg) J. O.I' NOTICE: The Intramural Sports FAW-11 Griffins the UF golfers for a return

ners in a sail-off in RhodesBantams Barnes and R. W. Clarke, AX2- Banquet 19 in Galley will be One held beginning February at Special Services Marina BrksCommunications Lucky Seven match at Gainesville on February
last fall, adding the all of whom hold elective offices. 1930. Electrons 8.






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31 January 1963 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5



YOUR AMERICA Govt. Aims Q.


... BY CLARK KINNAIRD For EqualEmployment

(AFPS American Heritage Foundation Feature)

JOHN KENNEDY is not the first President to find soothing
comfort in a rocking chair. In crucial days of the feudal war-
fare that wracked the nation a century ago, Abraham Lincoln
relaxed in a rocker, sometimes with a child or two on his knees.
The rocking chair is Equal employment oppor-
a typically American invention for the
United States has led the world in making the man or woman, tunity in government serviceis
high or low, comfortable. No such chair was known in Europe the aim of the Merit Sys-

until after it was a common article in homes in America, it is tem. To quote from Executive

claimed, although some antecedents have been found among Order 10925 of March 6, 1961, 1
relics and drawings from the Old World.
President Kennedy said "It
,
Any kind of chair was more common in America in the 17th
is the and obli-
and 18th centuries plain positive
than in Europe. For centuries the substantialarm
chair was the seat of authority in the home, reserved for gation of the United States
the head of the family and visitors of importance. Lesser folks Government to promote and

sat on stools or benches. ensure equal opportunity for '

The rocking chair! is said to have been an invention of a New all qualified persons, without
England farmer for his invalid wife and to have been suggested' to creed color
to him by a cradle. Benjamin Franklin is also credited with the regard race, or
invention. The rocker gained popularity on the frontier by the national origin, employed or CONGRATULATIONS were in order last Thursday for
circumstance that it was a comfortable relief after riding in the seeking employment, with the Robert P. Beatty as NAS Commanding Officer Capt. James R.
Federal Compton presented him with the promotion to lieutenant. Hold
springless MoltLORD'S government. ing the position as OinC of the Station's Security Group Detachment
wagons" in Any Federal employee or qual- Lt. Beatty reported to NAS in October of 1961 from
settlers had to take ified applicant for employmentor Newport. R. I.
their wives to
PATENT his authorized representative,
church or town'
over creek beds or may file a complaint if he believes Best Tax Time Advice
rough roads. he has been discriminated :

ROCKER against because of race, creed,

Right rocker: popular Plant form in color or national origin in con- Mail Returns At OnceOne

UTICA.N. Y.deateri. nection with an application for
the Eighties. of the shortest periods in the year is that time
sbId brit 5r'4'rla'eBelow i employment, promotion, layoffor
Rocker developed I between the day one receives his W-2 Form and the deadlinefor
: discharge, job assignment dis-
to enable actions filing his income tax return. Putting off preparation of
;NV VlXIBtKXo ciplinary or other em-
mother to rock for the return for "just another week or two" usually results ina
baby while sewing Wei*o*ftturrrxTHE. ployment matters. Procedure mad rush to get it finished and into the mail before April 15.
or reading. EASIEST CHAIR l.t 'rim wbnt.l>. filing of complaints is containedon
FOR THOSE WHO EARN less
all official bulletin boards.A hazardous
base
pay, proficiency,
than $5,000, have no outside income -
written complaint may be duty and overseas pay, and cer-
... and claim no special de-
filed with the tain travel allowances and
't. Navy Employment per
ductions or exemptions, it is a
Officer C. Peck diem The latter two are
Policy R. Officeof pay.
simple task to fill out the 1040A
the Under Secretary of the taxable only if the amount received -
short form and mail it to the
.i1ts Navy, Room 4E664, Pentagon, Internal Revenue Service along exceeds the person's ac-
25 D. C. tual and then only
Washington Complaintsmay expenses
with the original copy of of the
also be filed with the Deputy that part in excess of expensesis

Officer W2.This taxable.
Employment Policy Cap- form does everything but
tain James R. Compton, NAS ALLOWANCES FOR- QUA"RT:
file itself. List your total tax-

Commanding Officer, or thePresident's I able income, your own exemp- TEES rations, and clothing, and

Committee on Equal tion and those of your depend- the dislocation payments receivedon

Employment Opportunity, Wash- ents, if any, and the amout of PCS moves, are non-taxable

ington. taxes withheld during the year. income.
Further information regarding
Then turn to a table accompanying Your income tax return becomes -
procedures may be obtained from .
the form to determine
your more complicated if you
the NAS Employee Relations
income in addition to
have your
tax.The
i Superintendent, Bldg. 907.
includes liberal
table a
military pay such as salary for
allowance for such tax exempted off-duty employment or divid-

Fla. Reservists Exchange to Open McClain SelectedFor expenses as gasoline taxes, char- ends from stocks or savings ac-

CleanersA ities, medical expenses, interest counts. In this case you may be

ranted Time For Laundry, All-Navy TeamJim paid on loans and mortgages, and required to make out the 1040

coin-operated laundry will others. long form to take advantage of

duration be opened in the NATTUnit area, McClain, 147 Ib Jax Taxable military pay includes all deductions you may be able

| Florida reservists who were Navy Exchange officials announ- Navy Fighter from VAP-62, to claim. If your total taxable

ailed to active duty during ced this week. The laundry will has been selected to train with Blood Donors. income exceeds $10,000, you must

|he Berlin crisis have been service military personnel in the the All-Navy Boxing Team 'make out the longer form in any

anted additional time to area and those persons living in which will enter the Inter- enlisted case.
Thirty-one persons re-
omplete their education and the nearby enlisted housing. service Championships at Fort cently donated blood to the Na- The government furnishes a

rehabilitation training under The laundry facility will be Myers, Va., in March. val Hospital Blood Donor Cen- set of instructions with the

I bill recently signed into lawy located in Building 412 on Al- McClain was selected as an ter. forms, but they require careful

President Kennedy.The legheny Road. It' will feature alternate since he lost his All- Donating blood form NATT- checking to insure that all income -

extension amounts to equal modern coin-operated washers, Navy title bout. and deductions have been
Unit were: Donald G. Duke, AA,
ime for services rendered, according dryers, and dry cleaning mach- Larry B. Ownes, AA and LonnieR. claimed. Failure to do this may

to B. J. Cannon, Officern ines. A pick-up station for fini- Ray, AA of AEA School; result in paying more tax than
Charge, VAO, Jacksonville shed and cleaningand Work is now in on
laundry dry progress Thomas F. Benbrook, AE2, Richard necessary or, even worse, failingto
la. vending machines will also the laundry and it is expectedto E. Bull, AE2, Kenneth W. make a complete return which
RESERVISTS WHO WERE be on March 1. serious diffi-
provided. open Hrossowyc, AE3 and Clifford W. could get you into
called to active duty under Ex- Revenue
with the Internal
culty
Kearns, AE1, of AEB School;
ecutive Order before August 1,
James R. Guiselman, AA, PFC Service.
1962 and those whose .
; enlistmentswere {
Stephan P. Madar, James W. Many people make out their
extended, benefit under this
Compton, AO1, Gordon J. Tho- own tax returns each year;
liberalization of the original Ko-
mas, AOl and Ed. Torawick, A02 others pay a "tax expert" to do
rean GI Bill.Similar .
of AOA School; Also from NAT- it for them. Many go to their

extensions of deadlinesfor TU were: Jeffery H. Amsel, SN; Legal Assistance Officer for advice -
training under the War Or-
Walter J. Brooks, MR2; David L. on how to prepare the
phans .
Educational AssistanceAct
r Eyberse, AN; Charles W. Haw- form. All of these are good procedures -
are also granted to orphans
kins, AKAN; John D. Keith, BU- when done promptly and
whose programs of education are
1; Kennith W. Mohrmann, ADJ3; correctly.The .
interrupted due to certain con-
ditions their Robert W. Morgan, SKI; Dennis best procedure is to ga-
beyond control. "
This is designed to aid orphans L.L I O. Schwarts, AA; Cecile M. Spies, ther all your tax information

who (a) because of personal ill- .. A MA3 and Jerome H. Walker, AA. promptly, including all W-2

ness or sickness in the immediate < Those donating from NAS Forms and other records of pay-

family suffer financial hardshipor' were: Terrence E. Huyge, AT- ment of personal and property

(b) who are working and are NAN of Aircraft Maint.; WalterB. taxes, sales taxes, interest, etc.,

obligated to temporarily suspend Leavitt, ATRAN, Admin; Lt and any other information thatis

their studies because certain de- (jg) Thomas Fickling, of the needed for a complete and

mands of their job force them to Navy Exchange; Bernard Weiss, honest return. Then it is a mat-
HENDRICKS AVENUE SCHOOL student Steve Spears
ADR1 of Three CalvinE. ter of completing the form. If
drop out of training, Gannon ex- Galley ;
trys his hand at fire control at the NAS Firehouse while class
plained. mates look on. One hundred and fifty students and 15 adults Green, ADJ1 and Robert L. you feel you cannot do it pro-

MORE INFORMATION about toured the Station last Friday. While here in addition to the Robinson, A02 of O&R Dept.; perly, look for help, but do it

these GI Bill amendments can Firehouse they visited the Parachute Loft the Chapels where Ron L. Biegler, AN; Earnest A. in time to have it completed be-
they heard a talk by LL Cdr. H. E. Waters, NAS Chaplain and month
be Gowans, AK2 and Jimmie L. fore that short, short three
obtained at VA Office, 311 W. Lt. W. G. Cronise Forecaster told them about the "Hurricane
Monroe St., Jacksonville, Fla. Hunters" at the Mainside Theater. Gump, AK2 of Supply Dept. period slips away from you.



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I Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 31 January 1963



Second Annual Boy Scout



Goodwill Drive Begins Sat.The .

second annual Boy Scout Goodwill Good Turn Drive

will be held in the Jacksonville area beginning Saturday,
February 2. Drive planners expect to double the collectionof

the first drive held last year.A .
total of 50,000 Goodwill bags
Rear Admiral Joseph M. Car-
were collected last year to pro-
ComFairJax and ComNabSix
son, -
vide a year's employment for 27
r the drive chairman, has for
additional
handicapped persons
the second received assis-
{ year
over those normally kept busy
tance from the Naval Air Re-
by the Jacksonville Goodwill In-
dustries. serve Training Unit here.

\ )))1} 'i J.J.t t rf 4 W\t,1\ ; !:. THIS YEAR THE NUMBER of Commanding Captain Ralph Officer E. of Elliott the,unit Jr.,,

: : \ :l bags placed will be increased to
h
:1 ': : ; has assigned volunteer petty officers -
tLW: 0 ; 100,000 and the collection points from his command to assist -
l t t :::: ; M < :;: :, tv: ( ii.JJ"tN throughout the Jacksonville area by supervising each of the

:::;.,:;:\ ;\: :1\r\'fl : t.<<\ ) <:: will be increased from 25 to 40. 40 collection points.In .

:*{ :: :it! ,, '} JJ '4Rt; !1. \ Drive leaders hope the increased addition, 50 "Weekend War-
": """<<" : '>: >:':"'i" '::'<'<'
'\ collection will
provide employ-
riors" scheduled to drill at the
ment for 30 more handicapped Reserve Unit that weekend have

persons in addition to last year's volunteered to unload trucks at

27 persons the house.Goodwill Industries ware-


Customs ProposesCut THE BAGS OF OLD but re-
DRIVE LEADERS for the second annual Boy Scout Goodwill Good Turn Drive in the Jacksonville .
area February 2.9 gather at recent planning conference. (L to R) Bob Heath, Goodwill in Duty-Free pairable clothing will be loaded
Industries: Prime Osborn. Chairman of the North Florida Council of Boy Scouts: Gordon Thompson by the Scouts at the collection
Goodwill Industries Chairman of the Board and Rear Admiral Joseph M. Carson drive Parcel ExemptionThe points and will be transported to

Chairman. Goodwill Industries free by sev-

U. S. government has announced eral Jacksonville trucking firmsas

EPDO CONUS BuPers Optimistic Over plans to block customs was done last year. Used toys
cheaters who send gift packagesinto and furniture will also be col-

Begins 3rd YearThe the United States without lected this year.

1963 Enlisted PromotionsThe paying duty.Commissioner. Rear Admiral Carson is a

Enlisted Personnel Dis- of Customs Philip member of the Board of Direc-

tribution Office, Continental Bureau of Naval Personnel has recently released Nichols Jr. proposed cutting the tors of the North Florida Councilof

United States (EPDO CON- figures on promotions that will result from the February exempted value of gift parcels the Boy Scouts. Capt. Elliottis

US), has quietly begun its examinations.A I. from overseas from the present a Senior Scout Representative.

third year CONUS of operation.EPDO was officially. FEW LESS PROMOTIONS I FLEET RESERVE $10 to $1.

established on January 2, 1960, to chief petty officer and about I I The U.S. Treasury has lost con Navy To Jettison

and formal commissioning ceremonies the same to other pay grades is ASSOCIATIONJoseph siderable revenue because of

were held three days la- the general promotion outlook widespread abuse of the exemption Last Of Its Blimps

ter. Once established, EPDO says Bupers. M. Wilson, Southeastern Nichols said in a. speech to

CONUS completed the triangle The report also shows the advancements Regional Vice-President of the I.' the Federal Business Associationof Now In Moth BallsThe

with EPDO LANT (Atlantic) and made from the August FRA is scheduled to visit Jack- Maryland. He contended the
EPDO PAC (Pacific). exams. 54,835 of the 76,263 reduction, all but wiping out the death knell has tolled for
sonville Branch 91 Saturday
on ,
\: This triangle insured full advantage ((72 percent) who passed the sum exemption, would virtually stop I what little is left of lighter-than-
of modern distribution mer tests were promoted to E-4 February 16. Willis J. Capwell, the flow of such duty-free par aircraft activities at the Naval

procedures. Any one of the EP- E-5 and E-6. President of Branch 91, has announced cels. Air Station Lakehurst, N.J.

DO's triangle members are ableto It is expected that about the that Shipmate Wilson Nichols said many U.S. tourists THE LIGHTER-THAN-AIR

take over the functions of any same ratio of test-passers from will be the guest of honor at a have shipped packages markedas program was formally ended in
other, increasing the operation's October 1961. But 13 blimps
the February exams will be pro no-host cocktail party and dinnerat gifts to persons in Americaand
flexibility.The moted. were dismantled and kept in
the CPO Club party room picked them up on returning
mission of EPDO CONUSis in the
storage case program
The Chiefs test is held only home. Tourists traveling together
to control the "qualitative and also on that date. might be reactivated.Vice .
once a year in February. Figures have been sending "gifts" to each
quantitative distribution Schoech
of Naval Admiral W. A.
have not been finalized other, he said, and shipmentshave
enlisted personnel, less those on pro The party will begin at 1700 announced the Navy's decisionto
motions E-7 been to hold each under
to but officials split
billets and rates over which the say and all FRA members and their dispose of the 13 stored
they do not expect to promote as $10.
Chief of Naval Personnel retains wives, and members of Unit 91 blimps.
control, throughout the continental many this year as last when are invited to attend at their Many cases of undervaluing or The craft will be offered "as
8,095 were named for advancement
limits of the United States, in placing false invoices on parcels is" first to other Federal agen-
throughout the promotionyear. own expense. The party,,and din- ,
f order to maintain an equitable I have been discovered, Nichols cies, then to our Allies, and fin-
: balance of personnel among the !i ner will be followed by aBranch_ added, and mail-order parcels ally to the Defense Supply

j Naval Districts and' Shore Establishments The prediction rate-by rate meeting at the clubhouse, 8554 have been labeled as gifts. Agency for disposal.

in accordance with. shows improved promotion Roosevelt Blvd., at 2000. What was once the nation's
I established policy." chances in 21 rates, but a less-op. The Atlantic Fleet AmphibiousForce biggest lighter-than-air base now

f ,' u. timistic outlook for 46 other Persons planning to attend the transported more than is occupied by a Navy adminis-

\ rates.A party and dinner should contactT. 1,000,000 men, 183,000 vehicles, trative command, a Marine Corps

:ClassifiedFOR I : : : J. Bennett, Branch 91 Vice- and 650,000 tons of supplies to barracks, an air test facility, two
person is getting along In Normandy in the Allied invasionin and
.. _" "'" ...) 'u, ,.., .
RENT infant was considered an addi- day, February 13; by callingEV 3,000 craft and more than 15,000 training units.

Furn. 3 rm., 1 bath, Apt, $50 per tion rather than a deduction. 4-1593. men.
mo. EV 77153.
Pod Sf.-3 rm. Apt, Unfurn., $75 per i Bliejackels
mo.; RA 48544.LakeihoreUnfurn.
2 bdrm. house, $50 ,.
per mo., EV 9.8357.. ?.. Y .a t kws. Inn Dem'sThursday
Lakeihore-Furn 2 bdrm house, $65 :
per mo.; EV 98357. :4 January 31
Unfurn. 2 bdrm. house, $90 per mo. s. : c Dance featuring Carl Boyd and
EV 7-3953.
1 the Kings 20002400.
SSt Rhythm
Riverside-furn. garage apt., 2 bdrm. r
1218 Challen St. a :.. ;ti. Friday February 1

Murray Hill-furn. 1 bdrm. cottage; Dance featuring Carl Boyd and
EV 9-0373.
Orange Park-furn 3 bdrm. house; ; : u,; :. the Rhythm Kings 2100-0001.
264-4084. Saturday, February :2
Bellrose Ave.-2 bdrm houietrailer; {, iD t iyh Sca, Dance Featuring Phil Kay and
W. H. Brown, Box 158. S
Hou etrailer-2 bdrm, 16 ft. living rm. c; b : ki. ; the Chantels 2100-0001.

and bdrm SP 16225. : *S : Sunday, February 3
Ortega-furn. 1 bdrm. cottage, $55 per Dance featuring Carl Boyd and
mo.; 4425 Hiowatha St.
the Rhythm Kings 20002400.
Ortega-Unfurn. 2 bdrm. apt. kit
equip., $65 per mo.; EV 9-5326 Monday February 4
; FOR SALE Dining and Dancing.
Park-ranch home,
Orange
type
$30,000 CO 46646. 1963 NAVY WIVES CLUB No. 86 OFFICERS were installed at ceremonies held on Saturday Tuesday, February 5
; Warner Dr.-3 bdrm., 1& baths, evening at the Robert Meyer HoteL Guest Speaker for the occasion was Capt. James R. Happy Hour 17001800.
i! house, low equity EV 9-6967. Compton NAB Commanding Officer. Installing officer was Cdr. Robert W. Radcliffe, NAS Chap- Dining and Dancing.
Azalia Trailer Park- 10' bv 55' 3 lain. (L to R) Mesdames Harvey Brannan, Chaplain: Larry Burgles Corresponding Secretary Wednesday. February 6
bdrm trailer, $200 equity $70 per William Reese, Vice President Henry Wernet President Bill Rhodes Treasurer John Day. Re-
mo.; PN M. Johnson Ext. 8544. cording Secretary and Joseph Skapyak. Parliamentarian. Game Night 2000.




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