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i Begin StudiesIn JfI TitVol.

O&R ClassThe

20 No. 6 U.S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 10 May 1962

Technician Industrial Class Engineering is now in Armed Forces Day

its second week at O&R. The

beginning session was openedon

May 2 with an address by

CAPT Robert E. Clements, assistant V
O&R officer The classis Open House Is

an intensive 27 weeks i '.

training in scientific man-

agement techniques.The .

12 students from the Over-

haul and Repair and Public
Set 20An
Works Departments go full timeto May

the classes. Upon graduationthey /

will be designated Indus- .e* \ I "\\J, ><,

trial Engineering Technicians .'. "" ). t Open House program, highlighted by a series of

(GS-7). to. .< paradrops by the Army's Reserve 13th Special Forces Group,

This is the first such class i will be held at NAS Jacksonville on Sunday, May 20, in

held here since 1956. The Sta- observance of Armed Forces Dav.

tion was selected by the Bureauof .. ... ..d,'. ) .. :. k>\ A select group of 40 mem-
Aeronautics in 1952 for a bers of company "A" of the
pro- sawsssssswsses's.
totype class with classes being .y' !liHIMMIr! VA-135 Back 13th Special Forces Group will

held in 1953, 1955, and 1956. make a series of parachute

Other O&Rs throughout the Navy jumps over the Parade Groundarea
hold similar'instructions. I l7 ; From Duty OnConstellation afternoon.of the Station during the

The Class was organized undera M: : T J111 GATES FOR THE Open House

training agreement with the ) will be open from 12 noon until

Industrial Relations Department. I
Wilbur R. Gough is the Training Y,.. demonstrations, including -
of IRD. Ilse Attack Squadron 135 returnedto
Supervisor an exhibition of fire-
NAS Jax, its home base, last
fighting by Navy firefighters anda
At O&R the training branch is Saturday after two months duty
helicopter demonstration, are
headed by Charles J. Paige, Jr. aboard the USS' Constellation.The i
also also included on the pro-
Methods, and standards branch squadron, under the com
there outlined the course whichis Smith led
mand of CDR B. W. An
interesting of static
under direction of W. L. Lewis. Carrier Air Group 13 in all op- array
displays has been lined including -
Ed Davis is ,coordinating the in- erational respects for the shake-
Navy and Air Force air-
struction.Ten down cruise of the giant 75,000-
d craft, around the Hanger 116
ton carrier. Its AD6 "Skyraiders"
O&R instructors along with area.
topped the flight list with 1,468
special guest instructors, will .bt& THIS YEAR'S static display
aoA 'w.: hours made 581 arrested
kiOWh F.inVF Wth.bD:+7x< V. flight ,
give the lectures on subjects will be augmented by two out-
START THE BALL ROLLING-"Here's my landings of which 102 were at
ranging from mathematices and lei's get this show on the road could well be the title of the and standing exhibits. One is a "Med-
night expended some 4,000
time study, to human relationsand two photos above. RADM Joseph M. Carson, ComFairJax ical Effect of Nuclear Weapons"
electronic data processing. ComNabSix (left, top photo), makes his donation to the 1962 practice bombs, rockets and am- exhibit which shows changes,
Navy Relief Society drive to R. F. Couey, YNC, one of the munition.The .
All in all, 20 subjects will be missile and thermal injuries resulting -
many campaign workers. CAPT James R. Compton (left, bottom Constellation cruised off
covered. photo), Commanding Officer of NAS Jax adds his contribution from an A-Bomb at-
to the drive, presenting his check to CWO John Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, for the tact. The other is a Civil War
Members of the class are: Wil- Warren. Donations made to the campaign entitle conrtibutors most of the shakedown cruise, Display which depicts a com-

liam O. Hicks, Jr.; Lawrence O. to an opportunity to win one of the 40 prizes to be given dropping ordnance on the land between naval
away on June 6. Top three prizes include a 1962 Ford GalaxU base there. parison weapons
Turner; Curtis R. Mann; JamesW. targets of the naval
and of Civil War
convertible, a 1962 Corvair Monza and a camper trailer complete ships days
Creecy; James W. Hendricks; with boat and motor. (See page 6 for complete prize Squadron pilots compiled a totalof with them the way they are
John R. Hoy; Thomas I. Hine; list.) 25 individual Navy proficiency"Es" today.

Donald T. Rohweller; James B. in rockets, medium angle Another outstanding display,

Allen; Daniel H. Boone; M. L. loft, and special weapons pop by the Naval Hospital here, will

Dickinson; and J. R. Nearhoof. Nomination Of EmployeeRepresentatives up deliveries. LT Mike Robinsonled i 11 u s t rate electrocardiography,
the squadron with three-for-
sugar test, operating room table,
three in these events.
I .
X-rays and other equipment.THE
: During the deployment LT SPECIAL FORCES unit
Military Pay Days
BeginsOn R. R. Knepper made the 2,000th will be on hand with a foreign

arrested landing aboard the car weapons display. Other displayswill

Through June 15 rier and CDR George A. Watkins, illustrate survival, work per-
7 NAS civilian
Monday, May employees began
Air Group Commander, makingthe aircraft
formed by the Seabees,
nominating representatives to serve on Employee's Councils,
Given By NADOPay 1,000th landing. industrial, cutaway aircraft engines -
Civilian Employee Food Services Board, Civilian Employees
Two outstanding highlights of and insect control as car-
Recreation and Welfare Association and the Board of
dayi for all military personnel the cruise is reported to have ried out by the Disease Vector
Trustees of the Employees' Mutual Death Benefit Society.
ashore and afloat whose Nominations will continue through May .17. .. been the witnessing of successful Control Unit. Movies will be
Terrier missile firings and two- shown the and
nominees will a thoughout day
records are maintained by Navy Names of the
be in Industrial balloting on election day will day "port-of-call" visit to St. the ComFairJax band will pro-
published an
Account Office, HAS
Disbursing Relations Bulletin result in designation of repre- Thomas, Virgin Islands.Bargain vide music.
Jax, will be as follows: May 1 which will be posted on all bull- sentatives to carry on the busi- The Station's Supply Depart-

through 15 on May 15; May 16* etin boards. Employees are urgedto ness of the councils and other Shoe ment will give away free cookies

30, May 31) June 115 June 15, study this bulletin since the employee activities througout the and other baked goods thoughoutthe

and June 16.30, June 30. coming year. Sale Underway, day to the public.
Any employee on the Stationon "Even though this year we
When a pay day falls on a Sat Mother's Day election day will be per- AtC&SS StoreThe cannot have a big air show as

urday the Main and Branch offices mitted to vote. However, only- Mainside in the past, the action as sup-
will be open from 0730 to Flower Orders non-supervisory employees may Store, Bldg. 953, is offeringfor plied by the parachute drops by

0830, Building 110. Checks will vote for the membership of Em- sale some 350 pairs of the Army reserves, plus an
Taken, By NX ployees' Councils and only above-average
mem- display
static arrangement -
be delivered to authorized com size 9''aC, re-dyed, black, low
bers of the Employees' Mutual should provide u s
mand representatives only. Orders for flowers for Moth quarter shoes at the reduced
er's Day for both local and Death Benefit Society may vote price of $2 a pair, accordingto with a very interesting, educa-
Requests for special pay re for candidates for the Board of tional and informative Armed
out-of-town delivery may now LCDR L. E. Sutherland.The .
for units being Trustees thereof. All Forces for the
quired groups or Exchange's employeesare Day public", an
be placed with the Navy shoes were formerly
detached, deployed or returning eligible to vote for candi- Armed Forces Day committee
Flower Service. The dark brown but have an excellent -
from TAD, will be submitted to three locations for the serviceare dates for other boards. black re-dyed finish spokesman declared.
This election is for the civilian Members of the Armed Forces
NADO by the commands con the Personal Service Shop, and may be worn by military
and unless 50 will in the Lions Club
employees participate
Bldg. 3; NATTU, Bldg. 445, per- personnel except for personnel
cerned at least four working days
cent of the board to be held
persons on on inspection parade on Saturday,
and Naval Hospital, Bldg. according to LCDR
prior to the date payment is to be H-2009. the date of the election cast Sutherland. May 19, in downtown Jackson-

made. (Please turn to page 6, coL 4)) ville at 1030.Employees .

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10 May 196


NAS, Jeckaonvllle
CAPT J. R. Compto Commanding Officer BOARD/
CDR Walter J. Schub __Ex cvtlv Officer Us
Fleet Air Jeckionvlllt NAB 6ND

RADM Joteph M. Carton, ?.. Commander Legislation Is now pendingIn
Chief of Staff
CAPT Vincent Casey
the House for a raise it]
Fleet Air Wing Eleven
CAPT Gilbert J. Frtutnhelm Commander military quarters allowance.
CAPT Andrew H. Cowart Chief Staff Officer One of the recommendations iI'
Navel Air Technical Training Unit is that E-4s and above not
CAPT Hartiel D. Allen Commanding Officer
CDR Eugene F. Verdery __Executive Officer draw a separate: "Q" allot- UNCERWRITE
Naval Hospital ment but have the money CL l7-1 YOUR COUNTRr.

CAPT J. M. Hanner Commanding Officer paid directly to the service- auy I IU.s.sAVNGS
". CAPT Stephen H. Tollni. Executive Officer ,
man. Do you think this Is a
Naval Air' Reserve Training Unit E BONDS ..1
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. Commanding Officer good idea or would you pre- l.
COR William M. Miller Executive Officer fer the system now in effect?
Printed commerically with appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at 11LJ
no expense to the government end In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July "No, I would
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air not care to see
Jackionville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing the systemchanged.
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hospital. &
CDR Alex N. Mclnnls, Jr. _______ Service Information Officer I like :
Andrew H. Planey Assistant Service Information Officer $ s ::j., to get the allot- _
News Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb Staff-Mae Spencer JO1; Marc Whetstone,. ment check. My
JO!; Sandy Martinson, JOSN. husband gets the
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and In
ternational Council of Industrial Editors. money either
The Jax Air News It a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material
it is done
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs } way
unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs. but it is nice to
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone
extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216.EmployeeManagement. L_ ', :, "/vrrw:get a check in o' Iaiaraturo.tefpnai.tne.I, 1Ir.! :!.
Schultz my own name.
Mrs. Wanita Schultz."I .

would rather In
get the Local Units Join

Of President Being Quoted just check feel myself.I have I

more to say Freedom Bond DriveMilitary

(Editor's Note This is the sixth in a series, quoting Executive about the money A:

Order 10988, "Employee-Management Cooperation in the Federal that way.handle Also, and civilian personnel of Navy activities in
Service," for the information of all NAS employees. This portion I can
better the Jacksonville area will join in the nation-wide campaignfor
presents Section 8 which was inadvertently omitted from the money Bonds to be held during the month of May.
last than hus Saving
issue which contained Sections 9 and 10.) my
.. .. !M .
-Section & band." Mrs. Judi ,>>,. .
(a) Agreements entered : This year's effort has been month.
into or negotiated in ac- procedures. Grant designated as Freedom Bond Objective of the campaign is
cordance with this order withan b Procedures established byan Grant."I
( ) Drive. The campaign is so des- to stimulate the practice of regu-
employee organization whichis agreement which are other- certainly
ignated for two reasons: First, lar bond purchasing. All com-
the exclusive of wise in conformity with this sec- all for the
representative i am such an effort is an excellentway mands in the local area will
employees in an appropriate unit tion may include provisions for 'increase in the to focus America's atten- conduct a systematic person-to-
may contain provisions, applic- the arbitration of grievances. allotment for canvas.
tion on the threat ;to freedom person
able only to employees in the Such arbitration (1)) shall be ad- housing but I which exists today, and to em- Minimum goal of this year's

unit, concerning procedures for visory in nature with any deci- { I[think the wife phasize that we hold our herit- campaign for the Jacksonville
consideration of grievances. Such sions recommendations subject should still
I or get age with every citizen's hands. complex is to enroll 25 percentof
procedures (1) shall conform to to the approval of the agency t h e allotment all non-participating military
And, second, the drive offers a
standards issured by the Civil head; (2)) shall extend only to [ check. Because readily available way to have a and civilian personnel in the

Service Commission, and (2) may the interpretation or applicationof til the money part in building our country's. regular bond purchasing pro-
not in manner diminish or agreements or agency policy; to the
any -goes ser- economic and military strength gram and to encourage all mili-
impair rights which would and (3) shall be invoked only
Keller viceman he still through the purchase of Savings tary and civilian personnel to buy
otherwise be available to any with the approval of the individual has to turn around and send it Bonds. an extra bond during the drive.

employee in the absence of an employee or employees to her. Sometimes this would be The desired goal is a 70 percent

agreement providing for such concerned. difficult to do when the ship is On the Jacksonville scene, activities participation by all personnel in

.. deployed." Gene Keller, AO2, will concentrate their the naval establishment.This .
oa'fR' rY ?kr :rr y KS.: sire i tit ::{7Yti.: '
/, j'1 USS Roosevelt. drive during the second weekof year's ,,Ewcdom Bond

May. However, some of the Drive is the' first full-fledged
"I think it is
better to leave,'I'f/f.1/ ;" '\\1\"r commands are extending the nation-wide campaign for Sav-

.. drive throughout the entire ings Bonds since 1951.
things the way|f'V::. ...>." :: .-:

There they definitelyshould |i

raise in then(
amount of the

allotmentthough. :' News In ReviewEditor's
But if a

man is aboard ,

ship or overseas Bartosikthe

allotment saves him the ( Note: Due to the many inquires being received from
trouble and expense of sendingthe employees and others about the President's proposal for salary reform
money home. Also, it isn't the Civil Service Commission has prepared the following
questions and answers about the background and effect of the
always possible to be where you proposal.)
can send the money home."
Jerome Bartosik, AT2, VP-30. Q. How would the conversion affect employees in grades GS-
12 to GS-17, who under the present system serve 18 months in
order to earn a step increase?

Boating CampingFans
A. They too will be put in the corresponding grades. For example

Are Reminded a GS-12 employee in the second step would be convertedto
the second step. If he had already served at least a year at the

Of Safety Hazards second step, he would then be moved automatically to the third
i step. However, if he had already served less than a year his conversion

Boating and camping enthusi- i would be to the second step and, upon conversion, he would
asts are reminded that towing I continue serving his
one-year requirement for the third step.
boats or other trailers requires an
adjustment to their normal driv- I a What part of the new provisions on pay administrationwould

ATTEND RETIREMENT RECEPTION This contingentof ing habits. Speed is slowed, passing i affect the Postal Field Service?

Naval Hospital Nurse Corps Officers were aught as they distances required are greater A. increases -
boarded a plane here to attend a reception at the National maneuverability is decreased Postal Field Service employees could be given merit
Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, Md.. In honor of CAPT in recognition of extra competence and Postal Field Ser
Ruth A. Houghton, Director of the Navy Nurse Corps, who jackknifing is possible.For vice positions could be filled at above-mWmum salary levels by
retired on May 1. They are (ascending back ladder leff'to safety, drive at a reduced persons with extra would be
right) ENS Barbara Rae, LT Grace Halsema LCDR Eunice speed; observe state laws tail qualifications. Here too, an employee
L. Lord LTJG Van Buiklrk LTJG Patricia Poillon and LT guaranteed at least the equivalent of two steps of the grade from
Frances Noble, and (front ladder left to right) LCDR RulherHalveson. markings and lights; make sure which he was promoted, except that he would be guaranteed the
LT Laura Spence and LT Therese Colford. the trailer and its load are secure. equivalent of three steps if he was promoted three or more grades.



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10 May 1962

Reserve Law SeminarTo n oQr

Open Here MondayClose {

to 90 civilian lawyers in the naval reserve are ex-
pected to attend a two-week Reserve Law Seminar opening (3 *

Monday, May 14, here at NAS Jax. d

The seminar will serve as the R. I.

two-week active duty training Miscellaneous presentations are
period for the reserve lawyers scheduled for the second week,

from the First, Third, Fourth, including talks by Judge W. A. 'tJCC

Fifth, Sixth, Eighth and Ninth McCrae, U. S. District Judge, 38th CLASS OF GRAY LADY! GRADS-Shown here are graduate of the 38ih class of Gray
Naval Districts. This encompassesthe Southern District of Florida and Ladies to be trained for serTice at the Naval Hotpilal. Also graduating with the group at the
area east of the Mississippiand Judge Frank Elmore, Judge of tarn time on Mar 3, but not shown in the photo, were seven Gray Ladies to serve at the NASa
Cecil Field Dispensary. A St: f f Aide, to assist in the Hospital Red Cross Recreation Office,
some parts west of it. the Fourth Judical District of was graduated with the group
Florida. Various active duty law
specialists will also participate.THE .

Mott the, Navy Judge, will Advocate be on hand Generalof for the SEMINAR Navy Judge is sponsoredby Advocate CI&EOfficeTellsOf also.ThirtySix Gray Ladies One

the first session.
day's The first General and the CommandantSixth ,
week will be devoted to a seminar New Tuition
Naval District. All pre-
on military justice pre- sentations will be conducted in Staff Aide Are GraduatedThirtysix

sented by instructors from the the Mainside Theater, Bldg. 612. Aid Changes
Naval Justice School, Newport, The seminar concludes May 25.
Grey Ladies and one Staff Aide were gradu-
The NAS CI&E Office has ated during evening ceremonies on May 3 at the Naval

announced that certain chan- Hospital here. Twenty-nine of the Gray Ladies comprisedthe
Executive Order 10988 ges have been made in the 38th class for service here at the Naval Hospital with

local procedure of allocating the other seven being trained to serve at the NAS Cecil
Tuition Aid in accordancewith Field Dispensary. The Staff Aide will assist in the HospitalRed
Briefing Sessions HeldKey BUPers Inst 1560.10C. Cross Recreation Office.

The Instruction requiresthat Rear Admiral Joseph M. Car-

management officials, supervisory personnel, repre- the portion of tuition to son, Commander Fleet Air Jack-
sentatives of organized employees groups and chairman of be paid by the Navy be allot- sonville and Commander Naval

employees councils of NAS Jax are being briefed this weekon ed prior to registration. There- Air Bases, Sixth Naval District,

the implementation! of Executive Order 10988.D. fore, an individual pays only gave the graduation address.
F. Black, special assistantfor his share on registration. Also assisting at the graduationand
Labor Relations of the Bu- ployees' councils. Similar man- Tuition Aid has also been presentation of awards were:

reau of Naval Weapons, will agement personnel from NAS authorized for assistance to Mrs. James R. Compton, On-
I complete his orientation session Cecil Field, NAS Key West and those personnel desiring to Post Chairman of Red Cross

J today regarding the implementation NAS Glynco, Ga. are also attending attend high school as well as Volunteers; Captain J. M. Banner -

of the directive which sets the sessions. college. ) Hospital Commanding Of-
r up ground rules for government The sessions conducted by .yL ficer; Captain Richard J. Nau-

agencies to recognize and deal Black and other BuWeps rep- man, Senior Medical Officer, NAS

with organized employee groups. resentatives are scheduled to Apprentice Club Meets Cecil Field; CDR Lucill Beumer,
Executive Order 10988 goes into facilitate the establishment of a Chief, Nursing Service, Naval
effect July 1. sound employee-management cooperative For ReorganizationThe Hospital; LCDR Evelyn Parker,

Black met with departmentheads program carried out in NAS Apprentice Club will Senior Nurse, NAS Cecil Field

of the station and some the spirit and intent of the pro- meet at 1930, Monday May 14, in Dispensary, and LCDR John Her-

supervisors yesterday. Today he visions of Executive Order 10988. Room 4, Bldg. 101-V. All appren- schberger, Hospital Chaplain.The .
will brief more supervisors, re- There are 15 organized em- tices are urged to attend. The Smith, Regional Director of ceremony was followed bya
presentives of employee organi- ployee groups currently at NAS purpose of the meeting is for the Fifth Region U. S. Civil reception for the graduatesand
zations and chairmen of em- Jax. reorganization. Service Commission, will be guests in the Hospital Staff
the principal speaker at the Lounge.
regular monthly meeting of the
Jacksonville Ohapter 40 of the Graduates who will serve at
'Hurricane Season' June 1 Armed Forces Management the Naval Hospital are: Mes-
ere Association here Thursday, dames William B. Barrow, Ar-
May 17, at the Officers Club. den L. Brey, John R. Burriss,

E. D.
me storm and hurricane Chapman, Roy L. Cobb
season tropical will officially begin the Station will be secured. the winds will be serve, then Regional DirectorOf M. E. Denham, William H. Dow-
it Should it become evident that persons should board up or tape ning, Marshall E. Feltham, Al-
June 1
here on Friday, was
the storm will definitely strike all windows and seek shelter ber R. Gastiger, Howard P. Gun-
announced this week and will Civil Service
run through November 30. the area the Station's Disaster away from low areas that may ther, H. E. Harrison, E. F. Hel-
Control Center is alerted and become flooded. derbrant, Robert H. Hissam, Wil-
During this period there are
certain precautions that all per- steps then are taken to recall all During a storm, individuals ai'e. Addresses AFMA liam B. Hull, R. A. Jurgens, JohnD.

sonnel should be familiar with Station personnel and cancel all cautioned to remain indoors until Hammond B. Smith, Regional Kidd, Donald O. Mapes, H. S.
liberty. notified radio that it is safe Potter W. R. Rambo
them- by Billy N,
and observe to safe-guard Director of the Fifth Region U. S.
Aboard During the season all personnelare to venture forth. Hurricane windsare Rhodes, James E. Ripple, Jay A.
selves and their property. Civil Service Commission since
urged to listen to their radios tricky and sometimes return. Rover/ John H. Sloan, E. F.
NAS Jax, hurricane warningsare 1954, will be the principal speaker -
and TVs for the latest storm ad- After hits and Shine, Lawrence E. Sutherland,
set up in four conditions ac- a storm passes, at the next monthly meetingof
visories. The U. S. Weather Bur- should drive about Raymond D. Trescot, FrederickS.
cording to the nearness of the persons not Jacksonville Chapter 40 of the
approaching storm, and procedures eau, through the local stations, the area unless it is absolutely Armed Forces Management As- Turner, G. C. Veitl, and W. T.
periodically advises people of the Wilson.
are outlined for each con- necessary. This will enable clean- sociation to be held Thursday,
dition. area on the impending storms. up crews to work unhampered.Also May 17, at the Officers Club. Serving at the NAS Cecil Field

Units and personnel aboard Should a storm condition exist there may be undermined Smith, a 1931 graduate of Dispensary will be: Mesdames
that become destructive
the station are normally informed may a pavement and broken power, gas Georgia Tech, will speak to the Kenneth B. Austin, Woolson S.
hurricane such
of the storm conditions set, by prior warningsmay and water lines and other gen- group on "Personnel Managementin Brown, Glenn A. Fox, Robert R.
be instrumental in saving
telephone and wordofmouth.Least eral unsafe conditions. the Federal Service." Prior to Loomis, John W. Ryles, Bruce
lives and much .
serious of the conditionsis many assuming his present post, he B. Sheppard, and A. E. Wattay.
persons have an opportunity,
Condition Four which indicates SNAFU /..MIyrlG The newly trained volunteer
prior to the storms reaching the served as Director of Civilian
that there is a possibility of Jax area, they should make sure Personnel for Headquarters, Third Staff Aide who also received her

destructive winds occuring with- that their car's gas tank is filled, Army in Atlanta. cap was Mrs. E. J. Gody.
in 72 hours. During this period and the battery and tires checked. The regular social hour at 1115
preliminary precautions shouldbe ,tR will precede the luncheon.On .
Also they should check and Government Inspectors
taken. insure that they have plenty of the agenda will be a report

When Condition Three is set, drinking water and food not re- from the nominating committee Banquet Set May 19
destructive winds are then ex- quiring refrigeration on hand. which will present its slate of officers -
pected within 48 hours and pre- Power failures are likely to oc- for the upcoming election. The National Association of

cautionary measures are con- cur during storm conditions and Also more information on the Government Inspectors, NAS Jax
tinued.As thus frozen or refrigerated foods Cape Canaveral trip, which has Unit 1, will hold its annual ban-

the storm continues to ap- may spoil.It now been slated for May 25, will quet on May 19 at 1900 at Moore's

proach the area, Condition Twois is also advisable to have a be forthcoming.CDR Jax.Restaurant, 3600 Pearl Street,

set when it can be expectedto flashlight, first aid kit fire ex- Nathan Cole has been
arrive within 24 hours. At this tinguisher and battery powered t y.. appointed to fill the post of Installation of new officers for
point steps are taken to make it radio handy.All chapter parliamentarian recently the coming year will be made

possible to secure NAS within loose objects such as tools, vacated as a result of the departure following the banquet.All .

12 hours and general operations toys, trash cans, awnings, and of Lois Lucas. Miss Lucas members and wives are
continue if possible. When it be- the like should be stored in a MUST HOW LONO WERE THOSE? had served as parliamentarian invited to attend and may obtain
comes apparent that the hurri- safe place.If COFFEE BREAKS Ar M UR since the chapter's establishment tickets from division representa-
cane will strike within 12 hours storm warnings indicate that LAST t 6rATlON?' last May, Ives.


Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS 10 May 1962

Arizona Memorial, I E e-t{ F Marines Test

I {

Museum,pedication New Manless


Scheduled May 30The __ :___ Recon PlaneAn

USS Arizona Memorialand "uncanny military aircraft"no
Museum will be dedicatedin r larger than the size of a model -

Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on May airplane has been demonstrat-
30, 1962. The Navy will invite Marine at
surviving Arizona crewmembersof D tico.

the December 7, 1941, attack naissance instrument.The .

and the next of kin of the Navy- L y 4t A u craft, under contract to the
men lost when the Arizona sankat _
Office of Naval Research by the
her berth.In .
the two decades since that {.., f Y,{({. Flt?9 rr'n},;.. 3 Y : was catapaulted off the ground,
day, however, Navy records of ::
L .. ,,:.y;:>:Y>ri6r fi't.n:<:::$:}5 :. circled the field there at low
the addresses of the survivorsand : ,
Y,:};!:5...: .. .; altitude, took a series of photo-
the next of kin of deceased ; : : :
: graphs and was brought to earth
crewmembers not be : .. ..
may ... : :*: :: _ rent. Therefore, it is urged that
control signals from the ground.
persons in these two categories,
who are interested in attendingthe Fitted with a high-speed cam-
dedication ceremonies, send 'Y iY+ era, the drone offers a low-cost

their names and current addressto sky scout that can look on the
: other side of the hill and can

be operated by a minimum of
Chief of Information WAVE COLOR GUARD-Colors were presented by this Wave color guard at the annual USO ground support personnel.In .
Navy Department Pal Day Luncheon held on Wednesday. May 2. at the Jacksonville Women's Club. Some 60
Washington 25, D. C. Waves fom NAS, NATTU and the Naval Hospital attended the luncheon as guests, along with place of the aerial camera
CAPT and Mrs. J. R. Compton, NAS Commanding Officer, and Women officers of the various Tax the twocylinder craft could carry
The Navy cannot, however, area commands. Members of the guard are (left to right), Carol Murray, SN Vonda Freeman, r. television camera and trans-
provide transportation to and SK2 Cenie Leong, SN, and Ann Southard, AK AN.
mitter. The drone could also
from Hawaii for the ceremonies. transport special cargoes suchas

Rhodes Scholarship Assessments DueThe Deceased Vets packages.The medical. supplies or airdrop

Exchange Warns
minimum system, consist-

Patrons About Deadline Is May 15 Death Benefit Employees'Society Mutual has Children May ing airplane of the camera completely, launcher prepared case,

Dangerous Deadline date for the accept- advised members that Assess- catapult and control system,

ToysThe ance of applications for Navy ments 186 and 187 are now Get A PensionUnmarried could be carried in backpacksby

U, S. Navy Ship's Store 1962 Rhodes Scholarship Compe- due and payable by May 14. the two men required to ope-
Office, Brooklyn, N.Y., has tition is May 15, according to rate the drone.
announced that there are two the Bureau of Naval Personnel. minor children of
.. deceased veterans be eligible
"water ball" toys for infant'smanufactured Commissioned officers of the may
7": for pension payments even
by U.S. Metal Regular Navy and Marine Corps,
Products, Inc., and the Tarco who meet eligibility require- when their mother, the veteran's
widow is not eligible, the Vet
Toy Company that contains a ments contained in BuPerlnst. rrThursday
'lear liquid which is both erans Administration has an
1620.61 of March 31, 1958, may
flammable and poisonous. submit applications for consid- nounced.

The NAS Navy Exchange eration. The widow becomes ineligible

Office, on learning of this, has when she marries or receives income May 10
announced that none of these in excess of the legal limit. Mainside-Babes In Toyland,

toys have been procured for Classified : This however, does not affect 1900 only.
sale locally and is not aware the eligibility of the minor NATTUnit-The King And I,

.>f any similar toy having .' .-. ," ". ., / children.No 1900 only.
been sold here.Officers Hospital Lonely Are The
problem arises when
Brave 1900 .
By Owner-3 Ig. bdrm, Fla. rm, gar, widows on the pension rolls be- only.
avail June 1, Hills, ,
Ortega Inspect; Friday May 11
come ineligible, it was pointedout
EV 4-7212.
Are Sought Normandy Village-3 bdrm, 2 bath, because pension paymentsare Mainside-Career, 1900 only.
\ kit equip, redecor, CD; Chief Nelson, stopped to the widow but NATTUnit-Babes In Toyland,
Ext. 8448 or EV 85948. continued to the eligible minor 1900 only.
For Nuclear Career Ortega Hills-3 bdrm, patio, immed children.But Hospital"'The King And I,
ocpy, no dn pymt; EV 4-6531. TO INSPECT VP-30-RADM 1900
Normandy Village-3 bdrm, 1 pit bath, Thurston B. Clark, Commander if the widow has not
split level', $78.75 per mo, VA fin; Maritime Air Task Force Atlantic ap- Saturday, May 12
Submarine TrainingOne EV 4-5457. and Commander Fleet plied for a pension, knowing that Mainside-The
NAS Pax River, Md.-3 bdrm, cen oil Air Wings Atlantic, is expectedto she is not eligible, or if her ap- Innocents, 1900
of the Nation's highest heat, 220 volt power, $1,300 dn, FHA arrive here at NAS Jax on plication is not allowed, the VA only.
loan; LCDR Gillespie, Ext. 286 or write May 15. At that time he and has no record of minor NATTUnit-Career, 1400 and
priority programs is the Fleet 185, RR No.2, Hollywood, Md. his staff will conduct the annual any
Ballistic Missile Weapons System Ortega Hills-4 bdrm, 2 bath, patio, AdMat inspection of VP. children who may be eligible. 1900.Hospital Babes In Toyland
since Polaris submarines, as wellas gar, avail May 15; EV 75437. 30 during the period May 15- Unmarried children of deceased 1900 only. ,

other nuclear submarines, will FOR RENT 17. veterans are eligible for pension
be entering the Fleet in increas- Rm in private home, prl shwr, gentleman payment until they are 18, or Sunday May 13
ing numbers in the next few only, refs; EV 83151. Requirements For until age 21 if they are attending Mainside Information Re-
Jax Beach-upr, 2 blks from ocean, 3
years.In bdrm, elec kit, gar; EV 7-3658 after school, provided their own per- ceived, 1400 and 1900.
view of this importance, the 1600. Servicewide Exams sonal income does not bar them. : NATTUnit The Innocents,
Secretary of the Navy has an- Cedar Hills-fum, 3 bdrm, den, elec Complete information may be 1400 and 1900.HospitalCareer.

nounced that applications are kit Cedar, AC; SP Hills-4 1-2468 bdrm after, 1700.2 bath, kit Due May 15 July 2 obtained from any VA Office. 1900 only.

now desired from unrestrictedline equip, $115; SP 1-3340. Monday, March 14
officers of the rank of lieu- Furn Apt.-4 rms, elee, phone, couple The NAS CI&E office this Mainside-Follow That Dream,
tenant and below for training fora & sm baby; EV 9-0514 or EV 89806. week announced the deadline 1900 only.
Furn Effc Apt-pri entr, gar, util, ref,
career in nuclear submarines. gentleman; 1210 Edgewood Ave. dates for completion of mandatory CARTCON WEEK NATTUnit Information Re-

Applicants need not have been On St. Johns River-3 rms, bath, Inspect requirements for the forth 6e/ 12wAfpSic.tvn.. ceived, 1900 only.
previously qualified in subma- prl entr, also 2 rm effic; 2765 coming August service-wide rat Hospital-The Innocents, 1900
rines. There is also a need, it was Vernon Terrace. ing examinations. 'fhefOVING GAINT only.
stated, for a number of lieutenant Riverside Furn Apt-3 rms, bath, Personnel who were aboard UKS sArn/TA4ac'CA73
adults; 747 King St. Tuesday. May 15
commanders already qualified in Furn Apt-3 rms, $12 per mo for NAS prior to April 1, have until iCfA
submarines. couple; EV 91743. May 15 to complete, their man- Mainside-Ring of Fire, 1900

According to the SecNav dis- 7 Rm Hse-2 bdrm, liv, din, sun & datory requirements. Those who only.
patch, officers entering this pro- fam rms, 2 por, kit equip, fireplace, reported aboard on or after NATTUnit Follow That
gram will receive special train- $95; 7710739. April 1 have until July 2 to com- Dream, 1900 only.
ing to fill billets of vital importance THIS 'N' THAT plete the requirements.All Hospital Information Re-
Wanted-ride to NAS, 0800-1630( ceived 1900 .
; only.Wednesday
to the security of the Na- Calwell, Ext. 437 or EV 9-8176. personnel who desire to
tion. The experience they acquire participate in the exams must May 16

will enhance their opportunitiesto NATTU HonormenR. submit NAS Jax Form 6ND Mainside-Lover Come Back,
accede to command of a nu- 1430/1 (Servicewide Examination 1900 only.

clear submarine. W Hockin, AA, AE-A Participation Request) via I11.4AT/S .NATTUnit-Ring of Fire, 1900
Further information on this School83.46.L. their division office and depart- STPANGE..My only.
program may be obtained from R. Owen, AA, AO-A School ment head for their recommendation SAID 'PI=EP'1' Hospital-Follow That Dream
BuPers Instruction 1301.28A. 8013. and approval. 1900 only. '


110 1962 I


JAXM1I SPORTS ShootersVie {t. J> ; S'S S

N For

6ND WinsThe

Sixth Naval District Rifle

and Pistol Championship Matches '
will begin here at NAS next ,
,may 1s IS i '
Monday, May 14, the first week a a
being set aside for precompeti- t

tion training. Record firing shall

be conducted from 21-25 May.
Following the district go- S .Sf

> {'< rounds, NAS will host the At-
+ 1 lantic Fleet Rifle and Pistol
} k
j jR Championship Matches which :.:j" .-- ::
will begin May 28 and concludeon
TRAVEL ENDS IN '62-At least for this 6ND Champ-
i Pd June 8. ionship Bowling Trophy travel has ended for '62 as these three
Y During the pre-competition members of the four-man NAS Jax winning team which cap-
training, shooters will fire from tured it last week at NAS Cecil Field persent it to CAPT JamesR.
0700-1200 and then attend school Compton. NAS Commanding Officer, for custody duringthe
/ from year. They are (left to right). Ken Therrell HMCt Bob
t The first competitive firing the team Bob Gunter AO3. is presently in Corpus Christ,
begins at 0800 the 21st, with individual Texas, representing the 6ND in the Regionals since he took
.45 caliber shooters. second place in the District individual bowling efforts. The
NAS keglers came from behind in the final game rolling a
Match two will be held the same high set of 853.NAS.
50-MILE SWIM AWARDS-The first NAS Jax day, at 1300, with team shooting.
50-mile Red Cross swimming insigne badge and pins were Match three will bring togetherthe
presented to Chuck Phillips (right) and Ed Albrecht (left) by .30 caliber rifle shooters at
NAS Jax Field Director C. V. Gross. Both men completedtheir Win
0700, followed the next day at Keglers
50-mile swims last week in a program set up by the
Red Cross to "Swim and Stay Fit." To date, there are over 30 the same time for the teams fir-
participants in this unique physical fitness pasltime being 'ing the service rifles in match
conducted at the NAS Indoor Pool. Persons interested in taking I four.
part in the program are invited to visit the pool from 1600-
1900 on weekdays or from 1200-1800 on weekends and holidays. Once again, at 0700 on May 24, District
individual riflemen will vie for TrophyThe

top scores in the fifth match of

NAS Sportsmen Athletes the tourney.
The final match will be con- coveted Traveling Team Sixth Naval District

ducted at 0800, May 25, with the Bowling Championship Trophy is NAS Jacksonville's for I

Need Only Ask For GearWhat pistol shooters sighting in with 1962, thanks to four never-sav-die__spirited! Jax keglers.;
It Bob Gunter Ken Therrel
the .22, .38, and .45 caliber small was -
arms. Bob Cowan and Walt Za

do you plan taking along on that weekend camp- Presentation of awards has IM Softball borniak who went into the final

ing trip? Or maybe its a fishing flare or just a romp on the been scheduled for 1400 the 25th. six games of the tourney last

beach? These will include high individual week at Cecil Field, lagging 150
Regardless of the plans set, -- pins out of first place. But they
fins and masks as well as water for both rifle and pistol and ResultsDespite
complete them by visiting the were determined to decrease that
skis andsaucers.For high rifle and pistol team efforts.
NAS Athletic Issue Room in margin and came forth at an
Bldg. 704 and make a final the more energetic sports- enormous gait.
the 21-0 shellacing
check-off on your list. Don't let man, the issue room's shelves are suffered at the bat When the final game was called -
Outdoor Pools
the room's title mislead you because lined with softballs, footballs, handles of VP-16 this past week, to be played, the NAS bowlers -
its contents will reveal volleyballs, squash balls, tennis continue the needed a 781 set to tie ,for

more than is just of interestto balls, hand balls, and basket- Open TomorrowSpecial IM the Softball corpsmen\\ladder and on are up now the team championship. They

the athlete, as Billy Gowan, balls including all the neces- tied for second with the one- rose to the occasion, rolling an
AK2, heading this Special Serv- sities which help to roundout Services has an- time American League leaders- 853 set which surpassed all other

| ices section will show you. these various sports. nounced that all NAS outdoor VA-44, and the steadfast Ma- sets in the tournament, and

For example, he has sleeping Billy's "shoppe" is open Mon- swimming pools plan to openat rine nine. Taking over the first walked away with the champ-

I bags, tents and Coleman stoves day through Friday from 0800 1100 tomorrow, May 11. place position, having rubbed ionship laurels as top team in

| and lanterns for those desiringto to 1630. Any of the above men- These include the CPO pool, shoulders with the Hornets since the Sixth Naval District.In .

camp out. If you prefer fish- tioned items can be checked out Junior Officer's and Wave's the beginning of' the season's that final game, Bob Gun-

ing, check this: freshwater, salt- on a day-to-day basis or for pool and both enlisted pools play, is VAP62.No ter, who placed second in the

water and deep sea fishing rods over the weekend. And, inciden- behind Bldg. 3. one has been able to stop roll offs and is now at, Corpus

and reels, or shrimp casting nets tally, for those going on leave The CPO pool will be closed the progressive National League Christi, Tex., representing 6ND,

are available. And, for those who and wishing to check out any May 16, however, during traditional NARTU squad as they stand in the Regionals, rolled a 220-

enjoy Florida's coastal and inland of this equipment, just bring initiation ceremonies. 8-0, trailed by Admin with a Ken Therrol l rolled a 204-Bob

waters, Billy has swimming Billy a copy of your leave papers. 6-2 record. Cowan, a 211and Walt Za-
--- -
n a Here are the final tallies of borniak. 219. Their efforts left
the first round as Jax Air News second place NAS Glynco 72 pins
behind the Jax bowler's total
had them following Monday
r S r night's play-round two will] be- of 13,153 pins.
Monday morning, Cowan, Ther
;/. gin May 16:
: rel and Zaborniak presented the

SrJ NATIONAL AMERICAN tournament trophy to CAPT

+ LEAGUE LEAGUE James R. Compton, NAS Commanding -
Team W L Team W l
NARTU 8 0 AP.62 8 2 Officer, who heartly
AdmIn 6 2 VA-44 7 3 congratulated the men for their
: AF679th 6 3 Dispensary 7 3 outstanding achievement.LBOWlINGj.
ComFlirJalC 5 3 Marines 7 3
VU.10 4 4 Supply 5 4
AIC Malnt 4 5 VP-16 5 5
VP.741 4 5 VP.18 4 5
VP-30 3 6 FAW-11 4 6
/4 Hospital 1 7 Pub. Wk. 3 6
COM Men 1 7 VP.5 2 5
Leading the American Leaguein
FAETU 1 10
r..y. the IM Bowling roll-offs are
two teams-Spades Aces and Play

Boys both holding a 38 win,
Tennis Tourney 14 loss record and both main-

taining a 731 average.
f Deadline MondayMonday The National League is being

lead by the Strikes with a 31-9
May 14, is the dead- record and a 775 average, while
line for entries in the IM Tennis the Owl Hoots hang onto the

Tournament. So far nine units Continental League top bill witha

... have submitted rosters for this 38 win, 10 loss account and a
-PISTOL; ; MATCH WINNERS-CAPT James R. Compton (center), NAS Commanding Officer important point-making Iron Man 792 average.
presented trophies lad week to members of th e NAS Jax Pistol and Rifle Team which they won event which will commence May .:
Matches held
In the Florida State
and those won
held in Miami In
In Matches
at the Orlando Flamingo In April. Receiving the trophies are ((1 left to right). CPL Paul Arnzen of Marine Barracks 21. During the month of April,
Joseph Gallc&. AMC of VA.U Joseph Cox, AMI, of NARTU, John Coshaw ACC of NAS, For further information contact 2,652 patrons utilized the Exercise
Virgil Placid. ADCS, of NASI and Carl Linsa AE CS, of NAMTG. The team took first Border place Patrol in the Frank McCaffrey, NAS Athletic Room facilities at the NAS Indoor
1089 out of 1200, equaling top
.45 match at the flamingo, firing a
team Director, Ext. 585. Pool.
In both the .22 and .38 caliber firing.
team. In the Florida State Matches they took first place


6 JAX AIR NEWS 10 May 1962


Marine Corps Will Form

.,. Reserve Division, WingNearly

. one-half of 218 ground units and all of the 86

. ______________________________________ aviation been affected units by in the a reorganization Marine Corps order Organized announced Reserve by have Gen-

, y-T, a ______________________ eral David M. Shoup, Marine Corps Commandant.

. The reorganization, to begin

.J vsr < vy;. Traffic July 1, will group units into
, Station major elements to form a Fourth

, Marine Division and a Fourth
f Violation RecordThe Marine Aircraft Wing. The Corps

: now has three divisions and
{ a following is a report of three aircraft wings on active

motor vehicle accidents and duty.
ai:; traffic violations for the per-

iod April 29 through May 7: Marine Corps Headquarterssays
the actual designation of
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis Reserve units into the elementsof

i :a Aw aF week ............................ 3 an air-ground team will enhance -
s /
Through May 7 ................ .78 realistic long range train-
ing and provide for rapid unit
.y } Through May 1961 ... .,.... 91
the event of mobilization
FIELD DAY VICTORS-After a temporary delay caused by these team members and their response in -
i opponents breaking the first rope used in the tuj-of-war portion of the Marine Aviation Detach NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE :
ment's military field meet last Saturday, the AO B School students went on to win five of the LAST INJURY IN MOTOR
nine events held. Placing second in the meet wa I Mechanical Fundamentals students: third Aviation VEHICLE ACCIDENT 19 The reorganization will place
Electrician's. students: and fourth, permanent personnel. A highlight of the event came when more emphasis on unit trainingand
MF students put 27 students inside a shelter te it which is designed to house only two people. NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis will be effected within cur-

week .. .. ......................60 rent authorized Reserve strength.
75 To Receive More than 200,000 trained Mar-
MAD's AO Students Take Speeding ..............."..."........17
Top ines are now on the roles of the

Communion On Reckless Driving ..............17 Marine Corps Reserves of which

Running Stop Sign ........... 2 over 45,000 participate in the

Spot In Military Field MeetAviation Sunday, May 13 Others ....................................24 organized Reserve program.

Forty-nine drivers appeared About 57 percent of the reservists -
Ordnance School students won five of nine Some 75 adults and children before the Traffic Hearing now serving in organizedunits

events in the Marine Aviation Detachment's military field will receive their First Com Board on May 7 with disposi- are products of the six-

meet last Saturday to capture first -place in the competition.The munion and, the Sacrament of tion of cases as follows: Thir- month Reserve training program.A .

ordnance students wageda Confirmation during Holy Massat teen lost driving and parking spokesman said the Corps is
see-saw battle with Mechanical privileges aboard the Stationfor enthusiastic about the six-
Fundamentals students who No Better Time St. Edwards Chapel on Sun- various periods, 10 were month very training which has proven

'finished close behind for sec- day, May 13, at 0900. assigned to remedial driving quite valuable to the Marine

ond place. Aviation Electrician's His Grace, the Most Reverend courses, 24 received suspended Corps Reserve.
Than Give
School and permanent personnel Now penalties, six were given
Joseph E. Hurley, Bishop of St.
rounded out the team in that warnings, three cases were Ten ground units, rifle com-
order.A ReliefThere Augustine, will be present to to be deactivatedJuly
To Navy dismissed and one was referredto panies, are
slight delay occured at the confer the sacraments. He will be commanding officer for 1. Reservists who now meet

start of the event when overly I' is no time like the assisted by NAS Chaplains, Mon- possible disciplinary action. with these units will, where

enthusiastic teams from AO and present to make your donationto signor J. J. Reardon and Father Accidents have causes. You possible, be transferred to near-

AE; Schools broke the rope in the the Navy Relief Society. 3. L. Muccelli. may find in these suggestionswhat by units.
tug-of-war contest, when neither there is about you that Affected by the deactivationwill
team could budge the other. Ina Your contribution not only Following the services a Com- might cause you to have an be approximately 1,000 re-

rematch with a stouter rope, aids the Society in reaching its munion Breakfast will be held at accident: (1) Do you allow servists. The Corps said about

AO won the match only to be $35,000 goal, but gives you an the Officer's Club. others to distract your atten- one-half of these will be trans-

dragged across the line by MFC. opportunity to win one of 40 tion while driving, or do you ferred to neighboring units.
Four teams set out on a four- ra, sa keep your eyes and mind
I wonderful prizes valued at Those not transferred stand to
mile forced march with AO Stu- carefully on the road ahead?
$10,000. lose drill pay, but are eligiblefor
dents covering the distance in
((2)) Do you reach for pack-
23 minutes and 53 seconds, followed Top prize is a 1962 Ford ages, light a "smoke", or look 30 days active duty each
less than a minute by AE. year, if they so desire.
Galaxie convertible; second up addresses while driving
An almost "believe it or not" rapidly do while it
prize is a 1962 Corvair Monza; or you downto The reorganization,
occurred when MFC put 27 stu- do these things? ((3) Do will move some reservists out of
dents inside a shelter tent whichis third prize is a camping trailer
you get interested in scenery, drill pay positions, will not ma-
supposed to house only two unit with aluminum boat and billboards and people on the terially affect the overall strengthof

people. The contest rules for the motor. sidewalks, or have you trained the organized Reserve pro-

event required that the flapsbe yourself merely to glance at gram, according to the announce-
closed and all lines and Here is a complete list of
guy them? ((4) Do you "daydream" ment.
pegs remain intact. prizes:
on long runs, or do
Other events included a three- Ford Galaxie convertible. you avoid thinking of affairs

l legged race won by a permanent Corvair Monza hardtop. I that absorb you? ((5) Are you
personnel teamheaded by Cap- I -J I careless of parked cars and CAPT Allen, Nine
tain John G. (Howard,, and War- Camping Trailer, with alu- what may be behind them
b ta
rant Officer Richard W. Schultz minum cartop boat and out-
or are you alert for whatevermay NATTU Men Donate
a relay race, the blanket board motor.
carry, appear suddenly in the
shelter pitching event and field Color television set. : ci road ahead? ((6) Do you fight
stripping the pistol, all won by Deluxe power lawn mower. off sleepiness when awake Blood At Hospital

AO students. Complete tool power shop. za a for long periods, or do you
Blood donors at the Donor
The field ts
meet is one of 4
many Two automatic shotguns. stop for a refreshing nap}
methods MAD is using to keep Center, Naval Hospital, on May
((7)) Do drive
students and permanent Three sets fishing tackle. you always ata 1 were all Naval Air Technical '
person- steady pace, or do you alter
nel in physical readiness and Two bicycles (one boy's, onegirl's speed frequently to help Training Unit personnel and
create a competitive spirit. ). were accompanied in the donation
you alert? ((8)) Do you like officer
Two air conditioners.Two by their commanding
to "settle down", slouch in
Captain H. D. Allen.
WAVE Anecdotes vacuum cleaners. your driving stat, or are you
One sterling silver tea set. always ready to meet unexpected The NATTU donors included

Sought By NIPIn Two bowling balls. I emergencies? Joseph A. Beline, AA; Troy A.

Two portable TV sets. Lindsey, AA; Roland R. Lang,

conjunction with the 20th One Polaroid land camera i,gfi,6a s. Employees- AA; Joseph C. Scopic, AN, and

Anniversary of the WAVES, the kit. (Continued from Page 1)) Berlin M. Zirk, AA, all from
Editor of the Naval Institute BOND ACQUAMAID-At a ballots in appropriate areas forEmployees'
Proceedings has expressed an interest One portable dishwasher.One Virgin Islands beach here'sfetching Councils, it will be AO-A School, and Edward B.

in anecdotes concerning transistor radio. Vici Smith using her Abe Jr., A02, from AO-B School.
U. S. Savings Bonds as a fan. declared that no council exists to
WAVES suitable for use as "fil One barbecue wagon cooker.
She isn't worried about them
accomodate that particular area. Donors from AE-B School included -
lers. One portable stereophonicrecord being lost or damaged the
,The Naval Institute will pay player. Treasury Department keeps a Petitions for Employee Councilmen James J. Dowaliby, AE2;
$10 for each anecdote acceptedfor record of bonds and will replace are posted on Station Ervin L. Erickson, AE2, and
Ten $50 U. S. Savings Bonds. them without charge. It's a I
publication. safe investment. Buy Bonds', bulletin boards. Philip W. Kline, AE3.Page .