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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 25, 1962
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Published: by the Holt Publishing Company, u private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writer herein are their own und not to bo considered an official f i I expression of any
military department. The appearance( of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised!

VOLUME 21 NUMBER 7 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 25 APRIL 1963
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JFK Urges Drive Ground Broke For '400,000Navy

To Cut Road Deaths

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Washington (AJ.'PS-Presl.)
dent Kennedy has called for a Exchange Project
drive to cut down traffic fatal- .
I ities.

The President said last year's Ground was broken this Monday for a new Navy Exchange parking
record total of 41,000 highway lot adjacent to Building 3. This Is the first step In a $400,000 major
deaths was "a senseless anda
distressing waste of human improvement project designed! to expand the present facilities.
resources." The entire project will include
He noted that the cost of construction of a 36,500 square Exchange is expected to provide
these accidents,exclusive of the foot addition to the existing Main authorized patrons with greater
..aaP human suffering involved, has Retail Store, Building 27. This convenience in shopping and a
been estimated at some $7 billion -
selection of merchandise.
and said, "We cannot addition will enable the consoli- greater
tolerate the human and eco- dation Into one building of the
nomic waste." scattered sales facilities currently 204 Employees

The President added that located in Building 954 (Country
there was no single to
the problem but the answer toll of Store), Building 3 (Men's Shop) Answer Blood
deaths and injuries could be and Building 27 (Main Store).
reduced instead by "an Inten- There will also be space for the Donor AppealTwohundred
sified and coordinated traffic Navy Exchange Main Warehouseand
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safety program. Office operation.It and four NAS civilian .

[ is expected that the parkinglot employees answered the

12 ill Annual will be ready (for use by May 3L appeal for blood on Wednesday,

Work on the construction of( the April 17 when Civilian Blood

'" wrr Magnolia Ball 36,500 foot addition is planned to Donor Day was held here.
begin In June.Constrnction. Of the total number of donors,
SURPRISE CATCH Getting this fellow to smile for the camera on the entire com- 140 were from the Overhaul and Repair -
1718A
wasn't nearly as hard to accomplish as getting him ashore. Cdr. Set May plex is scheduled to be completedin Dept., 39 from Public Works

D.A. Beyer of YP-30left( ) snagged the better than five and a half affair that has becomea February of 1964. Dept., 18 from Supply Dept., and
foot alligator while I fishing for bass last week in Casa Linda charity The total cost Includes the fee seven from several smaller dept -
tradition at the Officer's Cluh
Lake. He was assisted in landing the reptile'by Lt. Joe Dressler take in when the of a commercial architect and : rtments.
will
place May
of VP-16 (right) and base patrolman E.J. "Sam Moultrie. (Official 12th Annual Magnolia Ball will engineering firm. Some 179 pints of blood were
Navy Exchange construction is collected with the balance of the
U.S. Navy Photo by R.H. Craft, PH3)). be held the evenings of the 17
and 18.The. generally financed through approp- employees not being accepted as
riated funds but because of their donors because of colds or other
formal dinner-dance is unavailability this project will be illnesses.
Casa Linda
Anglers LandBaitSnatching sponsored yearly by the Jacksonville -
Officers Wives Club. All paid for with nonappropriatedfunds. Whenever a Civilian Blood Donor
Day is scheduled at the Naval
proceeds are turned over to
When completed the new Navy Air Station, the Blood Mobile from

AlligatorBy charities.This year's theme is an cents each or $5.00 per book are the Jacksonville Blood Bank visits .
the station with a staff of
"Enchanted Evening" with the setting also on sale now. The prizesfor spec-
Marc Whetstone, J01 that of an Italian garden.The the tickets are: mink stole ially trained nurses and technic-
Billy May Orchestra with from Iveys; ladies diamond wrist- ians. Headquarters for donationsis

A 45-pound bait snatcher latchedon swimming on the surface of the Frankie Lester will provide music watch; men's watch; aglftselectedfor the Northeast wing of Building

to the hook of Commander D.A. water, snapped at the plug. The for dancing and listening.The you by Jack Martin Furniture, 8. During last Wednesday's Blood
Beyer last week in Casa Linda commotion that followed alerted occasion is formal with Atlanta, Ga.; golf balls, (two Donor Day, there were eight

Lake, but the angler's catch wasa numerous nearby fishermen, one cocktail and ball gowns for the boxes); champagne from McKesson stations Because in of operation the wholeheartedco-continually.
far cry from the big mouth bass of whom was Lieutenant Joe Dress- ladies while officers and guests Robbins liquor division and scotch
and of the
operation participrtion:
for which he was fishing.On kr of Patrol Squadron Sixteen.As will wear Service Dress Whiteor and bourbon from NationalDis-
donors it is not expected to be
the other: end of his 15- soon as Cdr. Beyer maneu- formal attire. tilleries.
pound test line tussled a five-foot vered the reptile near the shore, Tickets are now available at Chairman for the Ball is Mrs. necessary to schedule another date
11 A. Hall and Co-Chairman isMrs. in the near future, it was stated.
seven-inch alligator I Lt. Dressler, a snake-hunting $5.00 per person.A .
The maintenance officer of hobbyist, leaped into the shallow door prize of a flight from D.N. Dahly. (Continued On Page 7))

Patrol Squadron Thirty was casting water and cleared away the thick Jacksonville to Nassau will be J

with an artificial plug about 40 feet growth of aquatic vegetation aroundthe given along with orchids and y t?
from the lake shore just before alligator. Once this had been champagne each night.

sundown when the gator, lazily Donation tickets priced at fifty
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Seven members of the Jax Navy don a "Mae West" life preserver near Cecil Field.
Sport Parachute Club travel to since their landing area is adjacentto Last month the reelection of

Pahokee, Fla., on the southeasttip the lake. This is a safety club officials was held. Followingare ,,
of Lake Okechobee, this Sat- requirement that must be met by the office holders: PRESIDENT !
urday to perform exhibition jumpsfor all Parachute Club of America Dave Schmuck of VA-44; r -

that city's Spring Harvest Fest- members. VICE PRESIDENT AND TREAS- t 67t.!.'..
ival and benefit toward building: the Piloting the jumpers in a C47 URER Miles Gibson of VP-30; .t J

new Glades County Hospital. aircraft will be Lieutenant Com- SECRETARY Sheila Kavanaughof

They rre Sheila Kavanaugh, the mander John C. Brown, Jackson- ( NAS Communications; TRAINING -
club's only W>ve member Dave ville's Assistant Navy Recruiting [ OFFICER[ Rick Mariniof ,
MV
Schmuch, Rick Marini, Jim Officer. Lt. Cdr. Brown was ( NATTU Dispensary; SAFETY ;
Parsons Miles Gibson, Ted Ser- recently made an honorary OFFICER Jim Parsons of VA- ?

gent and Harry Wood. member of the club for devoting 44; OPERATIONS OFFICER Jim

From an altitude of 12,500 feet much of his off-duty time pilot- Crockett of( VP-30; FLIGHT[ SURGEON FIRST TICKET-Rear Admiral Joseph M. Carson, ComFairJax

the jumpers will conduct a seriesof Ing planes (for the jumpers. Art Hagan of( FAW-11; purchases the first ticket for the 12th Annual Magnolia Ball from

free-fall acrobatics, trailing Starting next week, the club will EQUIPMENT OFFICER Dave Mrs. E.F. Verdery, Ticket Chairman for the Ball. The formal din
smoke in an array of colorful begin focusing on the first South- Miller of VP-7; and READY FOR ner dance is slated for the evenings of May 17 and 18, with all +

patterns. Besides the usual safety east Military Invitational Sport ISSUE OFFICER L.P.Parmer proceeds going to charity. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Card
equipment worn each jumper will Parachute Meet scheduled to be of VP30.See
held May 25-i6 at Whitehouse field] ( Photo Page 4)) ner, PH2)).



MX AIR NEWS 25 APRIL IM,
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SEA POWER Violation RecordThe JAX. AIR NEWS t!


following is a report of I i
(The following is an extract from an Interview with Admiral GeorgeW. vehicle accidents and traffic
motor The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise
Anderson which was conducted by C. W. Borklund, the publisherof violations for the period April 15 published each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Newspaper Station i

Armed Forces Management. This Is part of an article which appearedin through April 2L Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company J
the September 1962 issue of that publication.)
private firm. All copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
Will ACCIDENTSThis
question contrastthe NUMBER OF
you
be forwarded to the Service Information
Navy responsibility today with have work, or in the words of NEWS must Office,
week April 15-21.... 3 Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before
what it was, say, 25 years ago? Admiral King, "making the most
Total accidents this year through News Items are welcomed from all
publication. sources-
Answer First let have. A tremendous
: me pointout of what we April 21 ..........................95 Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8164.
the similarity. The Navy capital Investment In ships, air-
Number of accidents during solicited the publisher
Advertisements are by and
queries
still be fulfill and has
must prepared to craft, weapons equipment April, 1962....................... 75 concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing
its traditional mission of control- been entrusted to our care.

ling the seas for the U.S., denying Readiness has long been a key NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida -. N
359-027L
their use to the enemy n as wellas characteristic of the Navy's re- LAST INJURY IN MOTOR Telephone 359-5140 or ;

.. being able to protect and supportthe sponsibility. Therefore, we must VEHICLE ACCIDENT..30
- other Armed Forces overseas. achieve the full potential of what VOL. 21 NO. 7 25 APRIL 1963 S

This means, still, the require- we have, of the weapon systemswe NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis -
ment for a high degree of dedication have built or had industry build

on the part of officers and for us. This means correcting week . . .69

men, of all Navy people to pro- deficiencies in material,providing Speeding . . 25 \

vide the best possible Naval powet. thoroughly trained people,knowinghow Reckless Driving . 2

The differences? best to use the systems to hit Going through stop sign 6

1. Twenryflve years ago, and the right target with the right Other violations . .36
even later, we had the cushionof weapon at the right time.
time and distance to mobilizeand Question: Can the Navy modernize Thirty-four drivers appeared

create a force capable of win- without, as some people fear, before the Traffic Hearing Boardat

ning a war against any aggressor.Now either "bankrupting the couatry" the meeting held on April 22.
one naton can inflict Immed- or building in a continuing demandfor Disposition of the cases Includedthe -x- :

iate death and destruction on the more people? following: 12 lost driving and

U.S. from halfway around the Answer: To meet the full rangeof parking privileges aboard station; :

wdrld. Now, weapons have tre- requirements posed to the Navy five were assigned to complete a
mendous speed and destructive by technological developments, by course in remedial driving instructions :

capability and we, or any nation, worldwide threats to the Nation's ; 12 were given sus- (

have a greatly limited ability to security, maintenance of a modern pended penalties; nine were given -

.. mobilize or create forces not already Navy is and will be truly expensive. warnings; one was dismissed and

in being at the time of an However, no matter how muchwe three were referred to commanding -

attack. spend, It will still be a small officers for possible disciplinary -
2. The U.S. is now committedto fraction of the cost to the U.S. action.Seabees.

a system of close alliances in our way of life, loss of lives,
with much of the rest of the free diminishment of U.S. prestigeif

world which means an attack on we were defeated in a war or EligibleTo

anyone of them would probably blackmailed through weakness into Win E'
bring us into the conflict. retreat. Navy

3. There is the contrast inhard- Our obligation to the Nation,
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Washington (AFPS) NavySeabees -
ware itself, the great technological on the other hand, to keep the O
which has are now eligible to com- A,
progress brought us
Navy strong, means exercisingsound cEi
from the stick and wire aircraftof judgment in modernizationof pete for, win and wear the aMg

1937 to all sorts of extremely ships, aircraft and equipment, coveted Navy "E" Award for operational -
and combat effectiveness.
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sophisticated weapons systems working through orderly development .

today.4. There is the new dimensionin towards and the procurement objectivesof programs Until recently, Seabees were
long range
war at sea brought by the maintaining Navy strength.A limited to competing for best-of-
nuclear powered, missile-armed type among the 10 Atlantic and

submarine, i.e., the ability of sub- woman was telling her doc- Pacific Mobile Construction Bat

marines to launch attack on shore tor about her husband's delusion. talions. \
Installations. Broadening the "E" Award
"He thinks he's a steam radiatorand
5. Finally, there Isthetremendous eligibility to include Seabees :,
he sits under the living room rr
demand, the far greater pre- window all day." came on their 21st anniversary.It "Before this happened, he drove 43 hours nonstop" 1

mium, that all of these other "Well," said the doctor, "you also came shortly after the
things have place for technically bring him in tomorrow and I'll men of Mobile Construction Battalion -

qualified, highly trained personnel. cure him of that In no time." One won the Navy Unit Drugs- Traffic Nix !
Commendation for their
Question: How can you recruit "Oh, no, doctor," replied the construc-
tion In record time of the first
and hold onto the talented people
wife, "we need the heat. Just
nuclear reactor In Antarctica. An often victimized byunscrupulousandillegal
you. need? take the pounding out of him." reported effect are
:
Answer: We have always, of produced by the taking of dealers In amphetamine

course, try to provide the pay and Amphetamines Is that of seeing drugs for the enormous profits ;

fringe benefits enabling our per- Strong U.S. DependsOn things in the road that are not Involved. Such drug bootleggers
sonnel to provide the needs of their really there--mirages or promote the false belief that I

personal lives. But certainly hallucinations similar to the "bennies" are helpful to drivers.

money Is not the sole nor even Good LeadershipLEADERSHIPwhat delirium tremens of the alcoholic. They place personal profit above 1

the primary answer to attracting Such "visions" may cause the human life. The only safe remedy

people to a military career. Most driver to swerve into oncoming for fatigue is REST. Relianceon I

career officers and men I know Is It? It is the art of convincing others to willingly vehicles or off the road; killing stimulant drugs results Inn\ ,-

are In the Service not because follow you. This quality is probably the most important of all those accidents can occur.Truckdrivers thing from a badly overworked ,
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of pay but because they have prideIn necessary in the military. and many others heart to sudden and tragic death. j j

their Service, they feel that The organljatlon of the Armed Forces Is predicated on the Idea who constantly use the highways Be Wise-Be Safe-- e Alive! I

by their participation they are that some men will follow others for the purpose of organized action.

making an important contributionto Those who are followed are leaders. The possession of leadership Is :

the security of their family, as, vital to successful military organizations as the weapon the service- Marine Corps Shoes To Be Black
their friends and their Nation. man fires. Without it absolutely nothing can be accomplished. I

Question: This Is a rather vague Regardless of his job, whether It be as platoon leader or fleet admiral -
After Of Brown
benefit, In the face of high industry the serviceman must accept the responsibility of developing his 70 Years ,

rates. Where does it come qualities of leadership and using them well. Upon this ability can The ana
from? depend the lives of his men and the success of his mission. And Marine Corps' dark brown shoes with the dress uniform
upon shoes
Answer: This leads to the important the success of his mission can depend the freedom of many others. for worn with service uniforms russet shoes with the campaign

factor of leadership, of our Totalitarian states have no desire to develop leadership in their more than 70 years, are on uniform, and assumed that this

making sure that (a) Navy per- military personnel. It wants those who obey from fear and not those by their black way out and will be replaced also applied to enlisted men. 1900,
the of who from of shoes and other black A later order, dated In
sonnel know Importance obey a sense responsibility. It wants those who lead by
what they're doing; (b) understandthe fear and not those who lead with a sense of responsibility. accessories. directed both officers and enlistedmen

reasons behind the work theydo If we are to win this cold war, If we are to see our freedom and General David 1 M. shoup, Corps to wear the brown shoes

; and (c) are shown a deep the freedom of those who trust us survive, we must develop within Commandant, announced that the with their service or campaign

respect, a recognition, for the ourselves the true quality of leadership, that we may recognize it chnge-over rent with will be effective cur- uniform.
contribution they are making to and follow it willingly and possess it ourselves should the need arise. stocks the utilization of existing Gen. Shoup said that the changeto
of
_., the country. Whatever responsibility we may have we must learn from it and Items. the present dark brown black shoes alone could save
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Question: What do you considerthe prepare ourselves for the greater responsibility to come. Without that Marine Corps $106,644 during fiscal years

major goal of the Navy today? strange free spark of leadership, tended and encouraged, no nationcan an order Issued Headquarters In said and 1965 and that during the same and
1892
Answer: Making the weapons we live. (A FPS) that officers would directed years black gloves for men
56054.
wear black
women will save another





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HONORARY MEMBER-Lt. Cdr. J.C. Brown (right) receives on 1234 KING! '('
honorary member certificate to tru Jax Navy Sports Parachute RIVERSIDE BANK near Park Street
Club from its president Dave Schmuck. The Navy pilot receivedthe Phone 384-7541 "
honor for devoting much of his time flying planes for the jump Member F.D.I.C.HEAR.
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BaitSnatcherContinued

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accomplished, base patrolman E.J. inhabiting these waters. Cdr. NOW
"Sam"I ilyioultrle who had arrivedin Beyer in fact said he saw a MILITARY PERSONNEL ONLY
his patrol truck illuminatedthe smaller one just before the large
MUST SHOW I D CA?DS
dark with
now area a spot- gator took his hook.
light. "Sam" also provided a hugenet To further amaze the new arri-
of the type used by dog cat- val would be to tell him that the
chers which Lt.Dressler cautiously Florida Game and Fish Commis-
placed over the'gator. sion purposely planted thesegatorsin ComponentOffer
Through the teamwork effortsof the lake I -
the three men, the alligatorwas Why?
carefully lifted up on the bank Wherever there are alligators
where they quickly tied Its jaws the aquatic undergrowth has less T LIMITED
and legs and then removed tne of a chance to take root as the
TIME l
hook trom its lip. reptiles keep the bottom stirred.In .
Before bedding the reptile down addition they help to keep the ONLY
for the night in a dog kennel behind turtle and snake menace down to
the base police office the trio a minimum and yet eat very few
carried him to the Fleet Air Photo fish themselves.
Lab for an identification mug shot. When gators reach the five-foot q1ut1L4 C
Photographer's Mate Third Class sire however especially in a
Richard Craft promptly performedthe small lake such as Casa Linda
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How Do We Get Those Green Cards?


How times do change I These By Grace Jarvis' machines, acting on' the: Infor-
days we don't go out with cudgeland cards are the "input" or source mation punched Into the cards,arrange -
bow; bring home the kill, beaton data for civilian payrolls. Indiv- and collate them. Next they }
our chests ,and give with the idual pay accounts are the"input"for are fed Into the computer which diy AYU
victory cry.' Instead, muttering military payrolls. Naturally, calculates the pay, produces a
"those XXz####r', we trudge home from all this comes the "output", printed payroll list plus individual
clutching green cards already shot or paychecks.Between'these"iiis" payroll cards.
full of holes by a data processing and "outs" there are more than As the flow chart shows, the
machine, much to the delight of forty man and machine manipu- payroll listing then goes to Comptroller
the Bureau of Internal Revenue. lations. while the cards remain in
From first to last breath we Source data goes first to Comp- Data Processing to be used to pro-
exist in a constant state of flux. troller where payroll number,pay- duce checks. The punched checksare
Change is inevitable. Those who roll account, pay rates, hours then run through the check
battle its current end up on the worked, leave used, etc., is veri- writer and forwarded to Comp-
beach. The dinosaur is a good example fied. Data Processing Department troller where they are verified
of what happens when life receives this verified data next. against the payroll list before being
.- refuses to adapt to change. There it is furthered massagedinto forwarded to the Navy Finance Office -
Because of his grey matter top- machine language. for signature and release.
side, adaptable man takes changein Now slightly pre-digested, the This is to make sure that the
his stride, converts it to his payroll data is scheduled into the computer didn't hee when it should Mrs. Joyce Baggerly, Supv. Schedules & Control, receives cards
own needs; even uses it to make various Electronic Accounting have hawed so that your fifty from Miss Sally O'Donnell. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron
his most flamboyant dreams come Machines (EA$). These several bucks per Is just that; not th Gardner, PH2)).


SHOP COMtmiW DATA H (lSIIN& fabled fifty thousand dear to the In God We Trust
hearts of computer haters. Congressional action initiated by
We've hit the home stretch now. Representative C. E. Bennett of
f I .ri 7 Our shop representatives pick up Florida was responsible for the
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CA PO IC4_ PO dOrIT / dilemma. With two holey cardsIn God$ Spangled Banner" ," as "In
GAJPO hand, It's tough to decide whether is our' trust.
we'll try cashing the buff cardor Fifty years later it appeared on
the green one. rrpr.ey for the first time on the
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FOR THE BEST DEALS ON THE BEST AUTOMOBILES!
true.This means he continually advances -
from fact to ignoranceto See--Moon MullinsLCDR.
fact and so on, always uncompleted Lightweight Durable'
always fragmentary. For (USN RET.)
instance, until somebody found thata
normal stomach is loaded with at SHANNON BROTHERS, INC. Folding
hydrochloric acid, nobody wondered -
why the stuff doesn't eat in the big yellow building ((11th & Main)
out our gizzards. This wonder
opened up a whole new field of .
New Renaults
medical research.So PeugeotsStudebakers. LAWN 99
what has this to do with
the holes in our paychecks or PHONE EL 6-3993
those in my head? Well every
new fact we learn opens up some CHAIR
area we don't know enough aboutto
be ignorant of. Not wanting to JET BEAUTY SALON 1

be the only Ignorant one aboard,
this series was undertaken for the HAIRSTYLING
sole purpose of increasing the
number. SPECIALIZED HAIR CUTTING ,
Most of us believe that there's 32 Quart
expert coloring
nothing particularly wrong about
being Ignorant of facts.There isn't, frosting ; ,;,;
unless the facts have a bearingon bleaching
the way we earn a living. permanent waves JUMBO
The old law of survival of the 99
finest still remains, unchanged,
and to keep fit in today's world 1
demands a greater degree of adaptability -
than our,caveman ancestors ICE CHEST
needed to stalk their dinners.
Granted that like our primal
forebears we have to bring homea
hunk of bacon to the young'uns, SPRING SPECIAL
we need to take a closer lookat Waterproof and Leakproof
how that modern cudgel, the With Our Operators Margaret & Pete Keeps Hot or ColdI

paycheck, gets into our hands, SHAMPOO & SET $ OQO Closed/
as well as how we can add to
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Friday-93O AM-e PM Alt D.pr.. BOULEVARD .w'tA.. 4 a1N

7716161WESTSIDE Here Mrs. Dorothy Kelly runs
cards through the IBM 188

which arranges them in se
quence. (Official U.S. Navy

Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)). lA

: Reto Sargent and Fred Barncord, Supt.Machine Services Division,
f8 examine the payroll list being produced by the IBM 1403 computer.

(Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)).

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Bland ing Boulevard at Cedar Creek Bridge 11 v.'t

Phone EV 4-6221 or EV 7-3569 Miss Aleta Plank places cardsin
the Collator. (Official US.

NOW OPEN ALL NIGHT! Navy PH2)) Photo by Ron Gardner,

Leagues Now Being Organized for Everyone

.Mixed Doubles-Loc////.. Honel/cop/ Ladies/ Scratch 204 Employees

e Men' Hond/cop.Men'/ Scratch.Lodtejt Coffee Leagues (Continued From Page 1))
Blood donors were from Overhaul
Bantams: Juniors. Seniors and Repair Ve artmut-R. L. Morin.
H.V.J. Thompson Jr.. L. R. Markle 1 \
-- THIS COUPON GOOD FOR ONE -, M. M. Palmir..M.P. hart C.G. Hart.
R.C. Mitchell. H.L. Hogancamp. L.E. Mrs. Barbara Stewart operates the IBM 557 which produces the

I FREE GAME :,' I II Broome.Wolfe D.P.F.G.Hoard Brooks W.W.P Crews.Phillips C.L., paycheck. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)).
N.W. Runkles. J.N. Benardlnl. J.W. r
I I with/ / Limit I Mucks, W.C. Rhodes M.R. McGowan, let II.A. Morrison Jr.. II.W. Panning: bell. C.J. Pares and Louis Finneyf,
one paid game, one R. D. Holden, J.M. Ball. D. Jordan III, M. B. Masters C. Britten. J, R. Public Works Department. Loyd.
I I per person. Void July 1, 1963. C.J. Pate. C.L. Bostlck. S.I. Brad- Kelly L.W James R.L. Stevenson, A. B. Crawford O.L. Brown, R.D.
I sbaw. R.W. Harris. A.A. Novak W.B. T.C. Moore B.!?. Strickland 1.1. Sum. Wells R.O. Johns J. Phillips, B.B.
I NAM E--------------------, Doolittle, J.R. Freeman, R.J. Higbt mers, ]r.. A.B. Denson, JE Edwards Carroll.G.D.Preston, E.N. Sap,, B.C. .
ADDRESS B.C. West J.T. Keene II. Russell SJ Andrews R.E. Price, R.C. Man Teague. T.H. Gilbert W.E, Milam. -
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I W.J. Hagedom. R.P. Scbarle, WJ Cor- J. J. Mange, A.R. Carlson, P.H. Ha- R. B. Mayberry, II. B, Kellum. J. B.
I[PHONE NO.---------------- nealy G.R. Burcb H.B. Htghsmitb, lea J.H. Fraxer P.R. Roney K.H. Fletcher P.H. Jams J.W. Steedley.
i INTERESTED' : C.A. Hunter, Jr., A.R. Griffith, D.ll. Newton, F. Butler, I. T. Lee D. V. A. J. Yarbrougb. Sr. O.P. Ashton.
ARE YOU IN JOINING A LEAGUE? YES. NO. Aldridge. S.A. Partin. V.N. Lafollette.W. Hatcher, N. N. Webster ].C. Kwaak, E."'. Leslie, E.J. Roberts L. Camp
G. Kendricks. C.R. Carver P.E. J.E. Cassidy W.E. Duncan. R.J. An bell H.L. Rountree, A.J. Whitlow, Jr..
McGurn P.B. Eggert. C.P. Backes, derson, G.A. Arline, 11.0. Wbitt. N.P. W.M. Carswell, A.T. Lee C.V. Bell.
J.E. Murphy. I.S. Sall. JrM J.R. But Rogers F.E. Gray W. Boyd, A. Cook Sr.. D. Bush, C.T. Knowles. S. Whitehead .
E.T. Austin/ E.G. Chester W.E. Rivi-! Jr.. //. Devoe.. A.M. Hlgbtower.
ere, Jr., UL. Woodrum, B.!?. Scott L. M. Brown J.B. Price A. Fuller
CONVENIENT TO N AS AND CECIL FIELD J.R. Let }.E. Woods. M.M. Drown, D.I. Reynolds K.F. Wiley M.A. Borders
M.M. Mowbray, A.Pi Clay A. Vogel and G.W. Huntley Supply Departs
H.R. Etposito. C.B. Starczewski, S.M. ment-A.Kitties,P.S. Hutcbinson, M.J.
"HOMES DESIGNED FOR FAMILY LIVING" IN OAK HILL PARK y CroweII W.J Lindemann. C.A. Blum, Brown. A.L. Daymude J.E. Burden,
J.L. Honey. J.O. Barton H.E. Magin M. E. Smith. Sr.. R.V. Hartley, J.H.
West On 103rd Street ; M. L. Lancaster F. W. Dacey. O. N. Cutcl'/fe V.,,'. Oroderick. R. Welsh
r- Smith E. HendL G. E. Twist, W.R. A. Perry. J.E. Smith, P.A. Coleman
212 IVIiles Beyond Bland ingBlvd.. Parrar Jr. W.P. Barrett. P. Smith, O.W. McCormick P. Henderson. P.W.
R.W. Smytbe. D.W. Smith J.V. Blake, Moore G.Marcus and H. William/ Miscellaneous
,. M. T. Sample. R.L. Williams H.L. Rtpartmtnts.B. Matter-
r Arnott J.R. Strickland. P.L. Price, son 1RD. E.W. Meelze. Data Proces
M.G. Johnson M.H. Ellison, J.J. Stewart sing E.W. Teets. Comptroller, M.W.
H.H. Mason. E.C. Giddens. J.E. Mattingley. Comptroller, E.E. Sutherland .
Walker C. White J.M. Houston. A.B. Comptroller M. C. Pahnestock.
Pugh L.O. Tamer H.A. Scott. J.E. Comptroller and D.M. Tucker, Comp
Chancey. C.M. S ocl&. R.L. Davidson, troll fr.
J.D.Woolen.J.B. Kennedy J.T. Camp*


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! NO CASH VA MIN. FHA TERMS INC. 1Yz Miles S. of Main Gate I .Open 7:00: AM to 9:00: PM Dally II
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I'How Do We Get Those Green Cards?


How times do change I These By Grace Jar ll' machines, acting on' the Infor-
days we don't go out with cudgeland cards are the "input" or source mation punched Into the cards, arrange -
bow; bring home the kill, beaton data for civilian payrolls. Indiv- and collate them. Next they sx '4
our chests ,and give with the idual pay accounts are the"input"for are fed into the computer which
victory cry. Instead, muttering military payrolls. Naturally, calculates the pay, produces a
"those XXzt####r', we trudge home from all this comes the "output", printed payroll list plus Individual
clutching green cards already shot or paychecks.Between these"ins" payroll cards.
full of holes by a data processing and "outs" there are more than As the flow chart shows, the
machine, much to the delight of forty man and machine manipu- payroll listing then goes to Comp
the Bureau of Internal Revenue. lations. troller while the cards remain in
From first to last breath we Source data goes first to Comp- Data Processing to be used to pro-
exist in a constant state of flux. troller where payroll number,pay- duce checks. The punched checksare
Change is Inevitable. Those who roll account, pay rates, hours then run through the check
battle Its current end up on the worked, leave used, etc., is veri- writer and forwarded to Comp-
beach. The dinosaur is a good example fied. Data Processing Department troller where they are verified
of what happens when life receives this verified data next. against the payroll list before being
refuses to adapt to change. There it Is furthered massagedinto forwarded to the Navy Finance Office -
Because of his grey matter top- machine language.. for signature and release. WAIL
side, adaptable man takes changein Now, slightly pre-digested, the This is to make sure that the
his stride, converts it to his payroll data is scheduled into the computer didn't hee when itshould Mrs. Joyce Baggerly, Supv. Schedules & Control, receives cards
own needs: even uses it to mke\ various Electronic Accounting have hawed so that your fifty from Miss Sally O'Donnell. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron
his most flamboyant dreams come Machines (EA$). These several bucks per is just that; not th Gardner, PH2)).


SHOP comma DATA Moasfm fabled fifty thousand dear to the In God We Trust
hearts of computer haters. Congressional action initiated by
We've hit the home stretch now. Representative C. E. Bennett of
.rJ41 Our shop representatives pick up Florida was responsible for the
n'"f
vrvisr ..... the paychecks from NFO, deliver Inscription "In God We Trust"on
\ CAM f- ldtLI them to our supervisors who pass U. S.,paper money.
The phrase was originally authored -
them on to us with the accom-
.. panying deduction card. by Francis Scott Key in
rim ....... Jf00fA'CfTMf Now we're all in a familiar 1814 f in the fourth stanza of"The
Li.fARO tw JO tF ( dilemma. With two holey cardsin $tar Spangled Banner," as "In
CA PO hand,it's tough to decide whether God. is our' trust."
we'll try cashing the buff cardor Fifty years later it appeared on
the mor.ey fop the first time on the
green one.
n COMflTfLJ obverse .side of a 2-cent piece.
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FOR THE BEST DEALS ON THE BEST AUTOMOBILES!
true.This means he continually advances -
from fact to ignoranceto See--Moon MullinsLCDR.
fact and so on, always uncom- Lightweight Durable'
pleted, always fragmentary. For (USN RET.)
instance, until somebody found thata
normal stomach is loaded with at SHANNON_ BROTHERS, INC. Folding
hydrochloric acid, nobody wondered -
why the stuff doesn't eat In the big yellow building ((11th & Main)
out our gizzards. This wonder
opened up a whole new field of
New
RenaultsePeugeotseStudebakers.
medical research.So LAWN 99
what has this to do with
PHONE EL 6-3993
the holes In our paychecks or
those In my head? Well, every
new fact we learn opens up some CHAIR
area we don't know enough aboutto
be ignorant of. Not wanting to JET BEAUTY WON I
be the only ignorant one aboard, [
this series was undertaken for the HAIR STYLING +
sole purpose of Increasing the irf.f, fUewll"NJ \V\ s
number. SPECIALIZED HAIR CUTTING

Most of us believe that there's expert coloring 32 Quart

nothing particularly wrong about .
being ignorant of facts.There isn't, frosting
unless the facts have a bearingon bleaching
the way we earn a living. permanent waves. JUMBOICE
The old law of survival of the k 99
finest still remains, unchanged,
and, to keep fit In today's world
demands a greater degree of adapt
ability than our caveman ancestors CHESTWaterproof
needed to stalk their dinners.
Granted that like our primal
forebears we have to bring homea
hunk of bacon to the young'uns, SPRING SPECIAL L LWith
we need to take a closer lookat and Leakproof
how that modern cudgel, the Our Operators Margaret & Pete Keeps Hot or Cold

paycheck, gets into our hands SHAMPOO & SET 00 Closed
as well as how we can add to Thurs. & Frl Evening By 2 Monday
its heft. App >/nfm nf,
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cards through the IBM 188

which arranges them in se

quence. (Official U.S. Navy

Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)).

WESTSIDE: : Reta Sargent and Fred Barncord, Supt. Machine Services Division,
examine the payroll list being produced by the IBM 1403 computer.

(Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)).

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YOUR FRIENDLY

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Blanding Boulevard at Cedar Creek Bridge w.t

Phone EV 4-6221 or EV 7-3569 Miss Aleta Plank places cardsin Y ,
the Collator. (Official US.

NOW OPEN ALL NIGHT! Navy PH2)). Photo by Ron Gardner, .

Leagues Now Being Organized for Everyone C ++yp

e Mixed/ Doubles'Ladies/ Hanellcap.Loelles/ Scratch 204 Employees

S Men's Hand/leapt Men'* Scratch.LcrJ/vs Coffee Leagues (Continued From Page 1))
Blood donors were from Overhauland
Bantams Juniors Seniors Repair Dr ar'r-Ro L. Mo,'''. { ,.
II.V.J. Thompson, Jr.. L. R. Mar kit. o'!
.- THIS COUPON GOOD FOR ONE -. M. M. Pal", .,.' M.P. Hart! C.G.latl./ 1
R.C. Mitchell. H.L. Hogancamp, L.E Mrs. Barbara Stewart operates the IBM 557 which produces the
Wolfe, D.P.lolJ.. W. Crews, C.L.
I FREE GAME :,' I II Broome. F.G. Brooks W.P. Phillips, paycheck. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)).
--
N.W. Runkles, J.N. Benardini J.W.
I I with/ / Limit I Hucks W.C. Rhodes M.R. McGowan, ler, H.A. Morrison.rM H.W. Panning bell C.J. Pares and Louis Pinneyt
one paid game, one R. D. Holden. J.M. Ball. D. Jordan Ill. M. B. Masters, C. Britten. J. R. Public Works Department Loyd.'
I 1 per person. Void July 1, 1963. C.J. !'ate. G.L. Bostlck. S.I. Brad- Kelly L..W. James, R.L. Stevenson A. B.Crawford. O.L. Brown Ro D.
I show R.W. Harris, A.A. Novak, W.B. T.C. Moore E.E. Strickland. J.J. Sum. Wells R.O. Johns, J. PhlIB.B..
I E--------------------. Doolittle J.R. Freeman, R.J. High. mers, J,.. A.B. Den son, J.E. Edwards, Carroll G.D.Presson E.N. Sap. B.C.
ADDRESS B.C. West J.T. Keene, II. Russell S.J. Andrews R.H, Price, R.C. Man, T e ag II'. T.H. Gilbert W.E Milan, .
------------------
I W.J. Hagedom. R.P. Scbarle, WJ. Cor- J. J. Mange A.R. Carlson P.II.I,. R. B. Mayberry.. B. Kellum, J. E.
I[PHON E_NOARE .---------------- scaly G.R. BII'ch1.8.. Highsmith, gen, J.H. Prater P.R. Roney, K.H. Fletcher, P.ll. James J.W. Steedley,
i INTERESTED' JOININc'A : r.A. Hunter Jr.. A.R. Griffith D.ll. Newton P. Butler, /. 7*. Lee, D. V. A. J. Y at trough, Sr., O.F. Ash ton.
YOU IN l LEAGUE? YES. NO. Aldtidge. S.A. Par", V.N. Lafollette. Hatcher, N. N. Webster, J.C. Kwaak. E.I- Leslie E.j Roberts L. Cam .
W. G. Kendricks.: C.R. Carver F.E. J.H. Cassidy W.E. Duncan R.J. Anderson bell H.L. Rountree. A.J. Whitlow Jr..
McGurn. P.O. Eggert. C.P. Bad,., G.A. Arline, H.O. Wbitt N.P. W.M. Car.will. A.T. Lee C.V. Bell
J.E. Murphy. J.S. Sail I'.. J.R. But- Rogers P.E. Gray W. Boyd. A. Cook S,., D. Bush C.T. Knowles. S. Whitehead .
E.T. Austin, E.C. Chester. W.E. Rivi Jr., II. 'D.llor. A.M. Higbtower,
ere, Jr., L.L. Woodrum, B.I?. Scott L. M. Brown. J.B. Price, A. Fuller
CONVENIENT TO NAS AND CECIL FIELD J.R. Lee J.E. Woods. M.M. Brown. D.L. Reynolds, K.F. Wiley M.A. Borders -
M.M. Mowbray. A.Pi Clay. A. Vogel and GW. Huntleyt Supply Department .
II.R. Esposito. C.B Starczewski. -A.Kittles.P.S. Hut chin son. M.J.
"HOMES DESIGNED FOR FAMILY LIVING" IN OAK HILL PABJC y Crowell. W.J. Lindemann. C.A. Blum, Brown. A.L. Daymude J.E. Burden
J.L. Harvey 1.0. Burton H.R. Magin. M. E. Smith S,.. Ro V. Hartley J.H.
West On 103rd Street : M. L.. Lancaster F. W. Dacey. O. N. Cutcllffe. V.". Broderick. R. Welsh,
Smith E. Hendl G. E. Twiss, W.R. A. Perry J.E. Smith P.A. Coleman
2 12 Miles Beyond Blanding Blvd. Panar. /r. W.P. Barrett. P. Smith O.W. McCormick P. Henderson. P.W.
R.W. Smytbe D.W. Smith. J.V. Blake, Moore. G.Marcus and H. Williams Miscellaneous
M. T. Samples R.L. Williams ll.L. DtpIImts-II.B. Master-
Arnott. J.R. Strickland P.L, Price, so,,. IRD. E.W. Meette. Data Processing -
M.G. Johnson M.H. Ellison 1.1. Stewart E.W. T",.. Comptroller M.W.
H.ll. Mason. B.C. G id Jens, J.E. Mattlngley Comptroller E.E. Sutherland
Walker. C. White, J.M. Houston A.B, Comptroller M. C. Pabnestock
Pugb, L.O. Turner H.A Scott J.E Comptroller and D.M. Tucker, Comp
Chancey, C.M. Spock R.L. Davidson troller,
J.D.Wooten.J.B. Kennedy J.T. Camp


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CASH VA MIN. FHA TERMS HOMES, INC. l'2 Miles S. of Main Gate-Open 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM Dally
5603 Hillmon DriVe Phone 771-5560.





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"IBM" Cards Serve Twofold Purpose e t ,


IH Prompt Examination Information. r ary


If this is the first year you have participated In the Navy wide
petty officer examinations you may have been a little surprised toreceive
.an "IBM". (Examination Profile Card) from your I&E Officer -
during the past few weeks.
This is the third these R ,
year The punched holes in the various
cards have been sent out to ?
subject matter sections on the card
candidates who fail the for
test then form, for the individual, a :ik
officer It is
petty of "Operation ratings.Information" which part weaknesses"profile" of the in strengths his overall and ,

officially after results.publication began oi In the February examination 1961 knowledge of his rate.


The purpose of the program Shots For Sailors
is two-fold----to inform the

candidate of his relative standing At MARINE PROMOTIONS) was promotion time last week at Marine Aviation Detachment as LtCol
in the exam and to provide I&E DispensaryA P.F. Avant, Jr., Commanding Officer presented promotion certificate to 14 Marines. Receivingthe

Officers with examination a diagnosis of thecandidate's reminder to all NAS male first certificate from the colonel is Cpl. Gerald L. Guitreau while his brother Thomas E. (left)

Each examination booklet results.in the personnel who are required to awaits his warrant to Staff Sergeant. Others being promoted and their new rank are: (L. to R.)

1963 report to the NAS Dispensary for SSgt Arthur Peterson, LCpl James B. Ament, Cpl Fred Schmitt, LCpl Elmer R. Folks, LCpl
contained February as the examining last sheet period of the immunization record check: The Richard L. Taylor, LCpl. David P. Sheffield, LCpl Thomas G. Kidney, LCpl Leroy E. Munro and
booklet a "Subject-Matter Identi- records of the Medical Department LCpl Richard N. Whitehead. Not shown was SSgt Ronald B. Bloomfield. (Official USMC Photo)

fication Sheet." This sheet listed indicate that nearly every man
the breakdown of the examina- assigned to NAS is in need of
tion's subject matter into sec- Immunl ration one kind or another. Paxon Center Cedar Hills
tions. Maid NAS personnel are directedto

Each subject is numbered and report to NAS Dispensary 736 N. Edgewo 3636 Blanding Blvd.
corresponds to the subject area according to the following sched- Ph. EV 4-5951 Ph. SP 1-3122

for the applicable rates as outlinedin ule.
the Manual of Qualifications
for Advancement in Rating Hendley.R thru Keatley F.Apr.25
(NavPers 18068)). Keeton, N LundyA.D. Apr.26
Numbered columns are divided Lurch R.J.- MtllerL.V. Apr.29
into nine categories which appearon 'MlllerL.W. PayneJ.W. Apr.30 brand new-no retreadsGRANTMASTER
the left hand side of the Pearl.R.M. RobertoJ.T. May 1
"Examination Section," 'labeled RobersonE Smith.F.K. May 2
"Superior" to "Very Low." A Smith.G.A. Thurman.N.D.May 3
hole will be punched later in each TidwelLT.L. WhitelyF.A.May 6
of the first 12 examination section WhitfieldH.M. Zullo.G.R. May 7 100 NYLON
columns by Examination Center '
personnel. This punch indicatesthe Dispensary Hours: Monday,
candidate's standing In each Tuesday, Thursday,8:30 a.m. -
subject matter section relativeto 12:00 noon, 1:00 4:00 p.m. QUALITY TIRES

all other candidates In his Wednesday 8:00: a.m. fifIRST
rate competing for advancement.For 10:30 a.m., 1:00 4:00 p.m. s.:
example a punch in the Friday 8:00 a.m. 12:00 noon, 1"
category "Average" would 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. t. TUBE TYPE, All BLACK

indicate that the candidate's score ..> '.
in this area of the examinationwas Two ladies who had not : ',
seen
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near the score of the
average each other for a long time met ,
group taking the examination.Thus on the street.
Broad tread let
deep longer
... these punches indicate to "Oh, Mary." exclaimed one.
the individual how his knowledgeof "So many things have happenedto wear, smoother' riding
a subject matter section com- me since I saw you last. I've '
quicker f fopsGrantmatUr
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All reservations must be made
Wives Notes
byAprl129acommltteespokesmanstated. .
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Officers and board members of 1tY'
Several other projects were pre- ) '.
'
the CPO Wives Club met last
sented to the board by the Club
Monday night for board njeettng.
\
President, Mrs. Fee Cancer.
Plans were made by Mrs. Exle
,
These will be voted on at the next
Beck and Mrs. Connie Garze of
'
business-social scheduledfor
meeting
the Entertainment Committee fora
Monday, May 6 at 8:00 p.m.,
steak
cookout. This will beheld
CPO Club. ......
at the NAS Skeet Club at
All chiefs wives are invitedto
6:30 p.m. on Saturday 4.
May .
attend these meetings.EV If'
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Serving/ Di/vof County
SERVICE BothCivilian ICE MACHINE is donated to pediatric ward of the Naval Hospital by the Jax Navy Wives Club No.
and Military/ 86. The money for the machine was obtained by the Club from the sale of automobile license tags
777 here on the station. (L. to R.) Copt. J.M. Manner, Hospital Commanding Officer; Cdr. B. Hinton,
1 NAS AREA Medical Officer; Lt. S. Noble, Ward Nurse; Mrs. Henry Wernet. Club Present: Mrs. Wilner Wagner -
Cedar Hills .- Ortega Cecil Field Westconnett Mrs. Lang Burgess, Mrs. Harvey Brennon, and Mrs. Thomas Bennett. (Official f, I I U. S. Navy
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f Navy Sends Friday, April 26
MoviesMovies Marines Matnside Here Come the

334 To NATTUnit Sweet Bird of Youth
CollegeVia
will be shown regularly at
SCIENTIFIC FRONT END ALIGNMENT 1900 on Monday through Saturday; Hospital The Captain's Para-

at 1400 and 1900 on Sunday, at the dise
NESEPThe Matnside and NATTU Theater and Saturday, April 27

at 1900 only on Sunday at the Mainslde Barabbas
Navy has provisionally Hospital These times are subjectto NATTUnit Here Come the
Marines
selected 334 enlisted men for enrollment change.
Thursday April 25 Hospital Sweet Bird of Youth
In the Navy Enlisted ,
Scientific Education Program Mainstde Sweet Bird of Youth
The remainder of the
weekly
(NESEP). NATTUnitTheCaptain'sPara-
dise :schedule was not available at press
Under NESEP the Navy selects
,enlisted men with unusual talent Hospital I Could Go On Singing I time.

for four years of college studyto
meet the need for more officers -
WHEEL ALIGNMENTUse with scientific and engineering -
backgrounds. All graduates of
NESEP are commissioned Ensignsin
the Regular Navy after officer
our new Handy S 88 candidate training. Before com-

Charge Credit Plan. 3 mencing engineering and science
30-90 DAYS, 24 curricula at one of the 23 parti-
MONTHS all Rer. $$1.50 cipating colleges and universities,
on each petty officer will attend anineweek

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CEDAR HILLS W W petty officers (pay grade E-4 and .
above) in the 21 to 25 year age
Cedar Hills Shopping Center Telethon. 771.3450
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Since its Inception in 1956, 206
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WATER BALLET GROUP-Officers wives preparing for a water
ballet which will take place this summer art (L. to R. back row)

Jo Martin, Pot Hanner,JoAnn Karrer,Jean Dooley,Mickey Hooker,
Effie Nelson, and Katie Hoffman; (L. to R. front row) JoAnn

COMPARE: 4 BEDROMS 2 BATHS $62.00 ffKMo. Woodberry, Pat Nelson, Nancy Stueben, Connie Weiss, Instructor;
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10 JAX AIR NEWS 25 APRIL 1963

Bluejackets InnDoin's Candidate: ""Friends In this
i .. '.'I c; < '>/ state there are 100 jails and I'm
,. :;.' proud to say I've never been in
I II II I one of them."
I f ; 25 Voice: "Which one Is that?"
\ Thursday, April
t I 4 Dance featuring March Wilson
.
and the Red Coats 8:00 p.m.- e M
'
x. ..et 12:00 a.m. A young man came tearing down
the ferry slip, made a tremendousleap
26
Friday April
,
over the water and landed
Dance Phil and the
Kay
featuring with a crash on the deck of the
Chantels 8:00 p.m.-12:00 a.m.
-Vk7; boat. As he, got up and dusted
himself off, one of the deck hands
Saturday, April 27
sauntered over and said:
Dance Carl Boyd and
featuring
"You didn't have to rush buddy.
the Rhythm Kings 9:00 p.m.- This boat is coming in.
1:00 a.m.


.> .r Sunday, April 28 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ '
Dance featuring March Wilson
S. S.5S and the Red Coats 8:00: p.m.-
12:00 a.m. LOANS

M Monday, April 29 $600To
t Dining& Dancing--Food Special12
Fried Chicken,French Fries, Service Personnel
Bread & Butter90.
MARCHING OFF TO SCHOOL-Class 6251, AO "A" School Honor Class for the week of April 1 PHONE 264.9362

through 7, marches off to school. The flag carried far right is a Class Flag. The other is the Honor Tuesday, April 30 FOR ? STOP SERVICE
Flag with streamer to show they've won It for the second time. They were chosen on a basisof
Hour 5:00
Happy p.m.-6:00 p.m.
scholastic achievement,military appearance and behavior. (Official U.S.Navy Photo by NATTU) Dining & Dancing. Alliance Loans
1704 Highway ?7-Oronge Pork

uso Game Wednesday Night 8:00 p.m., May 1 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

Historical Aviation Contributions

Notes .
This sign points the way to
Sought For Pensacola Naval MuseumThe

Thursday, April 25 GRACIOUS LIVING,,...

Free Dancing Lessons, 8:00-
Navy is seeking voluntary particular period of time. 9:30p.m. a
contributions of historical ma- Included in the kinds material
'
terials for the new Naval Aviation desired are: aircraft, Includingtheir Friday, April 26 i JACKSONVILLETRAILER
Museum, located at Pensacola parts and sometimes their Boy meets Girl Night.
Naval Air Station. pieces, models of aircraft and
The museum has been estab- ships; engines and engine parts Saturday, April 27
lished to depict thegrowthandtra- Instruments ordnance, armamentand Music on the House. ,
ditions of naval aviation. Com- air weapons, radios and elec- MART *
mands and personnel throughoutthe tronic equipment, flight gear, Sunday, April 28
Navy have been urged to contribute navigation aids landing and Vespers & Refreshments-
suitable material for dis- launching aids, ship and squadron Friends of USO 5:30 p.m. Movie
play at the museum.In insignia. "Frances"-7:15 p.m.
OPNAV Instruction 5750.10, Personal items wanted by the
criteria for the selection and sub- museum include: photographs and Monday, April I 29
mission of historic materials has photo albums, wing Insignia me- Training course for New Jr.
been outlined in detail dals, uniforms or parts of uni- Volunteers-8:00-9:00 p.m. Meet "THE NATION'S LARGEST
First consideration for the selection forms, flight clothing,and personal our new members 9:00-11:00: p.m.
of items, the Instructionsays papers.In MOBILE HOME CHAIN"
Is the historical significanceof order to submit materials to Tuesday, April 30
an item and Its potential for the museum commands and indi- Guess & Checker time.
contributing in educational and viduals should first send the item's 5887 ROOSEVELT BLVD.-PHONE EV 8-3564
inspirational areas. discriptlon on form OPNAV Wednesday, May 1
The Instruction defines "his- 5750-10 ((2-63)), to the Curator,Na- Disc Jockey Show, 8:00-:
torical significance" as Including val Aviation Museum, NAS Pensa- 11:00 p.m.
technological progress, associa- cola, Fla.
tion with a notable event or On the basis of this information,
achievement, association with an the Curatorwilldeterminewhetherthe HUGHES BROS.; COMPLETE FRONT-END
individual known or deserving to material is a desirable addi-
be known for his accomplishmentsand tion to his collection and will noti-
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Flee t Winged Bald Eagle E Pluribus Its left claw Unum.represent The arrowsin the ..y.a .

power of Congress to make war
and the olive branch in its right y
claw stands for the hope of peace.

Still Hunted by HistorianWhen The serenity of the bald eagle's .,
strength offers a close analogyto :
American philosophy and belief.
It isn't ducking the shot of hunters Ads should' b. molted to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Clyde Drive
the bald eagle Benjamin Franklin, a memberof
can
gen- Jocksonvlll 8. Florida, to arrive not later, than Tuesday for pwbfl'
be found
erally _sitting atop any flag pole in the United States.Naturalists the committee assigned to choose cation the following ThursdoyT Ads arriving too. late for this deadline
say mere are fewer the Seal of the United States anda will be published the following web unless the publisher Is In*
than a thousand pairs of the soaring symbol of the Republic true turkey man himself show- strutted otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the
abundant ad be received WITH the for the ad. DO NOT SEND CASH.
once species left in the from the day of is Congressional ed his preference by stating that must copy
country. However the eagle's pro- designaton in 1782 on the Great the turkey was a more respect-
blems do not end with the threatof able bird and a true native of RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . .. $I.OQ
extinction. Seal.On the Great Seal the bird is North America. Per additional line ((4.word" per line) .35
Historians have attacked the Other historically-minded Individuals -
depicted holding In Its beak a
bird's status as the proud and ribbon bearing the Latin words dissatisfied with eagles
have unsuccessfully suggested replacing -
the eagle on the Great FOR SALE Boat 14 ft. fiber- PRE-SCHOOL child care In my
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On EV 98'762.Future.
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TIREDOf (B, Ar..... ftntt 1',...Strvlci) where actual operational missionsare
: Frogmen To practiced.The .
The days are gone when the demolition men are shownIn
I Just Eating Out? American fighting man could get a trial pressure run; planting
along with sign language In a Be Featured On TVA demolition charges during deep

foreign country. dives by means of prlmacord
{ Step into Wonderland Today the men and women of report on the U.S. Navy's (which burns at the speed of five
Enjoy Jacksonville'sMost the Army, Navy Air Force and underwater demolition teamUDT( ) miles per second); In high-speed
stationed. In practicallyevery
Marines and its sea-air-land team SEAL), recovery systems using the Fulton
Romantic & (
t1 of the find It
tf corner globe sled
In the latest and most modern ; parachute jumping Into the
ExquIsiteRestaurant necessary to be able to converse and In full-test underwater
sea, a
of their will be
training,
$ phase
Intelligently\ with the local ci ti- "The TwentiethCentury" combat patrol. The sea-air-land
presented on
q
zenry.To team, trained to land
operate on
28 6:00
equip service personnel for April at p.m. with little support, Is shown Ina
i t dally conversation In the environment on Titled WJXT"Frogmen, Television of 4.the Future" joint exercise with the UDT

1r the broadcast was filmed at Little men.
3 Creek Va., Roosevelt Roads Naval NATTU
a azson Base In Puerto Rico and the
U.S. Naval Base In the Virgin HonoomenD.L.Comnick
1 Islands. It follows the men

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M.A. Howe, AMH1 (left) and J.W. Hedrlck, ADR2, both of A/C
Maint. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)).
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!tI Nooner Fishermen
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SEEKING THE BIG ONES-This is but a small number of the nooner fishermen encircling Casa Reap Linda WealthFirst

Linda Lake. Catches have been to a minimum which means the big ones are'still around. The
Nooner's Contest, sponsored by NAS Special Services, will continue through next Friday. (OfficialU.S.
the Noon- time Karl AOl of Ord-
day reports on Burghart,
Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, JOn)
the 4 bass and
er's Fishing Contest brought talesof nance caught oz.
a couple of monstrous size Ray Compton, ADR3 of AIC Maint
catches. The winning bass (as caught the 3 oz. bream.
Overthrow Gives Ordnance a matter of fact the only bass) All top fishermen for each noon
attained the proportion of 4 oz. period were rewarded with a pickof
It was caught by Dave Alexander, lures from a selection contri-
ADJ1 of VP-30. Another trying buted by NAS Special Services.
2-1 Win Over 62 ChampsIn catch rewarded J.E.Carpenter The contestwilllast through May
of FAETU with the prize bream 3. The hours are from 11 a.m. to
By Leon Dulin, SN catch for the day. His fish weighed 1 p.m. on work days with prizes
American League softball,in- the 28-20 finale. Crash & Fire 3 oz. given daily for the largest bream,
tramural-wise that is, there were Lynch: and Charlie Thomas. and Dispensary played the more Second day results brought bass and catfish. A grand prize
what could have been mild upsets VA-45, the co-leader with Ord- nerve-wracking game with Crash Identical rewards with identical will also be given for the largest
in the young season. nance, also bludgeoned out a win & Fire eeking out a 3-1 win. sizes of the t previous day. This single fish of the tournament.
One game that war rented at least over Fleet Air Wing Eleven for VP-7 routed Supply 10-1 and VP-30
the doff of a hat was the NARTU their second one. The same steady waltzed through Admin 15-2. Com-
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Ordnance team. In a game of Joel Spiller and Jim Santo brought poned.
limited hits one overthrow resultedin many a full trip for a 12-2 sep- Softball league standings through I I

the 2-1 difference. Bill Taylor, eration at the end of five. J.E. Friday April 19: I : Do Your Summer Bowling At II II I II
who got the first Ordnance hit, Thorley and Pat Henson pitchedfor American League
tied the ball game up in the second the winners.In VA-45 2-0 I I
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game remained tied until the VP-18 taking the game 1510. A/C NARTU 1-1
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Siegler, the winning pitcher, gave clobbered FAETU 3-0.. NAMTGand FA W-11 0-2
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Tennis Meeting Easy To Buy


ServiceEV Set For May 1
An Yes-even on a small salary, you can provide pro-
organirational tennis
meeting tection for yourself and for family.
will be held in the NAS Athletic your
t Office (Bldg 3, Mainside Gym) Through the Metropolitan,you can help providefor
Iis,:( at 9 a.m. WednesdayMay 1, dir- the future security of your family under a special
01 ector frank McCaffrey has Family Income Plan that helps to provide maximum
announced. All units desiring to protection at minimum cost to you.

enter participants In the intra- Find out about it today, at no cost or obligation.
7..64821 mural tournament, May 20, are
urged to have a representative Learn how easy and inexpensive it is to insure your

presenr family's future.HARRISON.

COASTAL AUTOMOTIVE"YOUR Last year intramural tennis was
conducted on a unit basis in con- E. CONYERS JR.
junction with efforts toward the ,
CAR DESERVES THE BEST!" "Ironman Trophy," In a tourna- Office: Elgin 6-2621 Residence: 389-2089
SPECIALIZING IN STARTERS AND GENERATORS! ment affair. Winners were: VA-44
AF679th, VP-5 Dispensary, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
J. E. Baker 6073 Roosevelt Blvd. Jax, Fla. VP-30, Marines, VAP-62 and
Admin. 337 West Forsyth Street Jacksonville 2, Fla.r .


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JAX NEWS
AIR PAGE 13




} Cokes, Falcons Take .




Senior League Openers


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QualificationsHigh The Senior Division Little final out of the game. In the
Leaguers baseball season jumpedoff second game the Southside Ford
r A to a rousing start Saturday Falcons took the measure of the
To Join at Mason Field with wins by Coca VP-30 Pros by a'7-2 score.
N'a+ $, Cola and Southslde Ford over A/C In the pre-game opening day
NAS Maint Skyhawks and VP-30 lastyear's ceremonies "Easy Ed" Donnelly,
6oo Club'Have
defending champs.The star relief pitcher for the Jax
Cokes squeezed out a very Suns, presented trophies to last
you heard of the"600 Club" close 5-4 win over the Skyhawksin season's senior division all-stars.
yet? the opening game thriller in Commander Robert F. Lyons
It has a particularly distin- which the tying run was cut downat skipper of VP-30: > presented
guished membership of only four the plate by inches for the trophies to members of the 1962

members. This group is looking season VP-30 pennant winners,and

LITTLE iEACKER.0ffht? VA-45 sponsored team pose with some for new members butthe qualifica- mural bowlers have rolled that 600 Captain Andrew H. Cowart, Chiefof
of their "Blackbird" benefactors. The team was introduced at tions are high. set this year. They are Irvin Staff for Commander Fleet Air
quarters last week and given a tour of the "Blackbird"nest. Team First you must bowl. Then, you Claxton, FAETU Bowleros ((614)); ball Wing of Eleven the tossed out the first
coaches are Merton Austin, Jim Josey and Ronnie Kitchens.(Official have to attain an average of 200 William L. Carter, FAW-l1 Grlf- season.
U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner PH2). for three games in succession. It fens ((604)); C. W. Bickle, Supply This week's schedule includes
) is hard do a game today between the Coca
to too, but four intraAI'I Paymasters ((607)); and H. M.
= Strunk, VP-5 Mad Foxes ((604)). Cola Cokes and VP-30 Pros,Scheduled -
( "BA'SE' for 5:00: p.m.at Mason Field.
: On Saturday at 1:00 p.m. VP-30
MOTORS in..c.: Academy SportsIn and the Skyhawks will tangle in
the first game, with Cokes and
New and Used Cars Falcons squaring off in the second
With game at 4:00 p.m. Tuesday May
Swing 30 A/C Malnt and Coke meet a
All Salesmen U.S.N. Retired second time, and on Thursday,
Some Losses May 2, Falcons and VP-30 have
WinsThe
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Before you buy any new or used car --

U.S. Naval Academy carriesa
tennis defeats to
stringent, well rounded athleticprogram.

SEE US FIRST Academy. lacrosse This past team week extendedan the heavyweight Pennsylvania Columbia Varsity and defeated Harvard.Crew the for Navy the

unbeaten string to three witha first time since 1946.In .
9-6 win Princeton.
over
Severn River the
openers Navy
More than 100 car Inventory to choose from The their baseball first four team,suffered after havingwon three Junior plebe Varsity shellmen won while
heavyweights came in
straight setbacks at the hands of f second. The lightweight crew

Financing arranged for you Maryland and Harvard, 3-1, 12-1.; Rider College, 7-6; won a victory over two Pen-
nsylvania high schools.
Navy golfers improved their record Football halfback John Sat won
PHONE 384-5575 to 3-0 by blanking the GeorgeWashington firsts in the 100 and 220 yd.
and Villanova
teams,
dashes to pace the thinclads to
7-0.
an 83-48 win over Penn Sta'te.
Academy netters dropped to a The track team has won two of
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Track, Field Duval County To Hold

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Men Hold Model Flying MeetA


Second Meet model airplane flying meet is been sent throughout the area including -

scheduled to be held,Sunday, May South Carolina and Geor-
The second annual NAS 5, at 2 p.m., at the Duval County gia.
Jax Track and Field Meet will be Model Flying Field on 103 rdStreet. Initial registration for anyone
held next Tuesday, April 30, at Sponsored jointly by the Lake event is 50 cents 25 cents for
2 p.m. at the track field locatedon Shore Bicycle and Hobby Shop, all other events. Trophies will
Allegheny Rd., off BirminghamAve. Inc., and the Royal Crown Cola be awarded winners.
Tomorrow at 4:30: p.m. is Co., a special Invitation is being For further' information on the
the deadline for entries to be sub- extended to military personnel and meet, call Vic Rosser, PH. 387-
LAST MINUTE INSTRUCTION Is given the first graduates of the
6554.
mitted to Athletic Director Frank dependents Other Invitations have ,
McCaffrey in his office, Bldg. 3. Water'Safety Instructor course at the Indoor Pool by regional Instructor .11 I f

An expected 75 contestants will Dick Bracewell of Jacksonville. The graduates, who also .

,. gather for the eight event fray. are now qualified as instructors, are (L. to R. back row) Curtis MAKING A MOVE?
Units entered as of Monday ,are L. ,Authur of NATTU, Randolph C. Mahalik of VP-18, James E. .
O&R, Dispensary, Hospital. Longhorn-'of NATTU, and Robert E. Rockhold of FAETU. Front Bent A

VA-45, VP-16 and NARTU., Supply, VP-7, two men are Thomas E. Strickler (left) and Lloyd D. Smith of NEW FORD TruckVANS

Operations NATTU. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, JOl).
Added to this year list of
contests in the Individual one- STAKES

mile run. Since last year was Hornets Lend CL Keglers; ** PICK.UPS '"
LIFT GATES
the initial meet, the runners and
PANELS
field men will be out to top pre-
sent records. Cursors Mix Masters Tie Move YourselfAnd
Those and their holders 5
events -
Save Up To ST LICE
from last year are: 100-YARD LONG-DI
DASH ((10.5)) Barry Calhoun of In the Continental League, the The Owl Hoots, almost out of range, RATES
Admin; 220-YARD DASH ((24.6)) Hornets) stung again, increasingtheir still sewed up No. 1 In their league.
Ted Turner of Marines440YARDDASH ; league lead by taking all Hospital could only muster a 2-2
((55.6)) S.R. Miller of four points from the swamped Boat tie with the Bandits and failed to N/QT, NA 311 W. STATE ST.
Branch team. Neither the Cursorsnor capitalize on Lucky Seven's mis- ?k pL I EL 3.8684
AF679th; HIGH JUMP ((5 ft. 5 3/4 CA K R
In.) W.H. Jenkins of AF679th; the Mixmasters could manage fortune. The Mixers finally got / 110 JULIA siT .
BROAD JUMP ((18 ft. 5 1/2 in.) that coveted edge for the second fired up to take a respectableAir i EL 3.7475
C.H. Isner of VA-44; SHOT PUT berth as they both stalled at 2-2 Frames team 4-0. NARTU
((46 ft. 6 1/2 in.) S.R. Seamanof ties against their respective advanced their cause by easing upa
VA-44; 1100-YARD MEDLEY opponents, the Rejects and the Pay- notch with a 3-1 win over the

((2 min. 18.4 sec.) John Moore, masters. and remained even Electrons.
Ted Turner, Steve Kollar and in the league standings. Perhapsone
Robert Decotis of the Marines. of the prestige matches was IM GolfResults
with the B.B.Stackers and the Pin '
Special Services will be aided S
again this year by the Jackson- Pounders. The Ordnancemen
pounded the Pounders 4-0, how-
ville City Recreation Departmentin _
judging and timing of the ever and escaped the bottom.
events. The high set, last week, in the
Continental League was gotten by
Gary Kleven, who rolled a 581 As Intramural golf cards rolled
After waiting for what seemed in the Hornets winning effort over into the Athletic Office for the
Boat Branch.In second week of play different teams
hours, the customer buttonholedthe
head waiter. "Just as a mat- the National League,the Lucky shuffled up and down the standings
ter of curiosity," he asked, "did Seven weren't so lucky Thursday chart. Constantly changing, sur-
the waiter who took my order night as they dropped the ball..,. vivors gradually dwindle, but, in 1.i 1.
leave any family?" (In the wrong spots), while bowing the end one will emerge trI-
0-4 to the Fleet AirWingGriffens.I umphant. League standings after i
two rounds were:
National League
VP-30 "B" 1 0
dial EV 8-7676 VAP-62 1-1/2-1/2
q ComFalrJax 1 1

MILITARY Hospital 1 1
VA-45 1-1
VP-18 1 1-1 1

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VP-5 1 1-1 1 1FAWl1 We're always ready to help.
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500 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78
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Skeet Team Wins Palm Beach MeetThe


Jax Navy Skeet Team journeyed 83 hits out of 100 and runnerup essary. This Pendergrass won by
to West Palm Beach this In the class A 20 gauge with 92 knocking down 91 out of 100. ..a
past weekend to the West Palm out of 100. Ernie Mauslein and The lax Navy Skeet Team also
Beach State Skeet Championships. Ed Miller also won for the team. defeated Tyndall AFB by a marginof 4 s

Ke n Pendergrass ot! SIO led the Mauslein placed fourth in classA 17 targets to win the service

way as he won In three team divi- 410 events by hitting 81 out of division of the tournament.Pat .
sions and once in individual com- 100. Miller was a runner up in

petition. He joined with Emery the class A 28 gauge competition.In : "Mike, do you think you'llever
Pappy of Jacksonville to win three one of the better matchesof get all the dirt back in?" III

out of four in two-man team events. the day, a sub-small gauge Mike: "I guess not. I haven't

Other Jax Navy wins were by ((410)), Pendergrass was tied with dug the hole deep enough."
Dr. R.L.Parsons who finished thirdin Ford DeHaven from Winter Haven, .

the Class A 410 gauge with Fla., making a shoot-off nec- A street cleaner was fired for
daydreaming--he couldn't keep his

mind In the
gutter.
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MOVING? DON ''T SWEATIT "Sorry, sir," said thebankteller -
as the man handed him check.
"Yotr wife beat you to the draw."
C
LOOK WHAT
"It scares me to death every NEW OFFICER-Cdr. R.P. Smith, Commanding Officer of VP-5

time I hear one of those musicalauto administers the commissioning oath to Lt. ((151)) Cameron Paulk,
horns." former ATCS. He has served in the squadron since February of

BELLAIRHAS "Why's that?" this year as Malntance Assistance Avionics and Weapons Division

"The fellow who stole my wife Officer. He will go to LDO School at Pensacola, Fla. and

had one on his car. Now every then on for duty with a VAN squadron. (Official U.S. Navy Photo
time I hear one, I'm afraid he's by VP.
FOR YOUI11!!! bringing her back." ).

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...,. ,-w'- Seven New Subs On Tap For This Year


,#;;;;r Secretary of the Navy Fred Konh General Dynamics Corporation

recently announced the award of definite Groton, Connecticut (one sub-

fixed price contracts for marlne-SSN-650)); Ingalls Ship

seven nuclear attack submarinesSSN building Corporation, Pascagoula,
( ) in the Navy's fiscal year Mississippi (two submarines-
1963 program to five private ship- SSN-648 and SSN-652)); Newport

yards, as a result of competitive News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock

i y "d+a.s.. negotl atlons. Company, Newport News, Virginiatwo
n ; The five shipyards are 13ethle- ( submarines SSN-651 and

hclm-l, they Shipyard: Quincy, SSN-653)): and New York Shipbuilding -

w 1 1i Massachusetts (one submarine- Corporation, Camden, New
; SSN-649)); Electric Boat Division, Jersey-one( submarlne-SSN-EWl).
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