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528 Families In Navy Housing Affected By Rent fUiang Y

Some 528 families residing _.
in Navy rental housing in inadequate Public Quarters. This equal to a fair rental value of "fair rent value", which is defined eau but will not be ready to go

Dewey Park and the Cumber. change was made in a recent the unit plus utilities. In no as gross cost to the occu- into effect before September 1.

land Road Homes Project will directive from, the Bureau of event, however, will the amount pant, including shelter rent, The monthly amount the ten-

receive a new rent charge, Yards and Docks which requiresthat withheld exceed the BAQ, it utility and service costs (less ant will have checked against his

lower in almost all instances, all Lanham Act rental was stated. telephone) and any utility charges BAQ, starting July 1 and con-

beginning on July 1. housing controlled by NAS' Jax The Director, Southeast Divi- such as fuel oil and gas. tinuing until the appraisal rates

This adjustment in rent charges be operated under the inade- sion, Bureau of Yards and Docks, The "fair rent value" which are approved, is as follows:

will be made possible since quate Public Quarters program. has contracted a professional appraisal may bring another change, will In the Dewey Park Project a

the project areas have been This program requires the for- firm to make an appraisalof be recommended by the appraisalfirm '' one bedroom unit will be $55.50,

changed from rental housing to feiture of a portion of the BAQ the quarters and arrive at a for approval by the Bur- 'I' two bedroom $62.70 and three

-- -- bedroom and in the Cum-
., __ 'u__ $72.60
-.-' -; berland Road Homes the rates
I will be $48.60 for one bedroom,

$57.90 for two bedroom and

$66.60 for three bedroom units.

J11 These rates were determinedby

averaging the actual amounts

paid during the past 12 monthsfor

the various size units. Where

the units are furnished with

government furniture, an addi-

tional charge of $4.20, $5.10 and

Vol. 20 No. 11 U.S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 14 June 1962 (Please turn to page 6, col. 5)Navy )


MililaryPaydays: Relief.Society Drive


Through Dec. L Is Most Successful Ever

t0:o 3:wr..x::; t ; fvti, y. a
The Navy Accounts Disbursing The most successful fund raising drive in the historyof

Office announced today the pay the Jacksonville Auxiliary of the Navy Relief Society
concluded with the of over
last giving
day dates for July through Dec. Wednesday away
$10,000 worth of prizes to lucky contributors to the 1962
ember for all commands paid by .
that office. campaign.The .
final treasurer's report
Paydays will be as follows: $12,382.07 charged to expensesfor
shows that a net result of
July 16 and 30: August 15 and prizes and incidentals.So .
realized from the
30: September 15: October 1, 15 $40,779.55 was generous was the responseto

and 30: November 15 and 30; De. month-long Navy Relief Society the drive that a bonus prize,
campaign which had its incentive
as -
cember 15 and 31. another 1962 Corvair, was addedto
When payday falls on Saturday the giving away of a the alreaiy, imposing array of

the Main and Branch Of. fabulous list of prizes. prizes. The prizes were given
} ; ACTUAL MONIES derived
fices will be open from 0730 to i- : away in ceremonies last Wednes-
totaled with
: $53,161.62, some
0830. Checks will be delivered to day afternoon at the Bandshell.

authorized command representatives Winners of the top four prizes

only.Requests. Local AFMA To were LT T. W. Scott, VF-132,
for special pay required
NAS Cecil Field, Ford Galaxie;

for groups or units being C&SS GOES SELF-SERVICE-M. L. Keller ADJ1. (left), W. 0. Moseby, AT3, VA-133, Ce-
detached, deployed or returningfrom and K. J. Burney, AMS2, both of VA-741. pick out some cloth Elect Officers cil Field, 1962 Corvair; J. M.
TAD must be submitted to ing items at the newly remodeled Mainside Clothing! and Small McMillin ADJ2 VF-174, Cecil
NADO commands concernedat Stores, Bldg. 953, while William L. Sinns, SK2, looks on. The
by newly instituted self-service stem is said: to give the customersmore Next Field, 1962 Corvair, and ENS D.
least four working days priorto opportunity to shop at their convenience and provide bet. ThursdayAn L. Butler, Naval Hospital, camp-
the date payment is to be ter service and conserve manpower. Hours for the. store remain ing trailer with boat and motor.
made said the announcement. the same, 0900 to 1530, Monday through Friday. election of officers for the See the complete list of prize
coming term will highlight the
winners in the article on page 6.
1 agenda for the Jacksonville
Field Team New Ordnance Chapter of the Armed Forcep THE AMOUNT collected ex-
BuPers Leadership Management Association at its ceeded the established goal of
Department $35,000 set for this year's effort.
monthly meeting June 21 at theOfficer's
This year's net total was some
It was learned at press time Club here.

Seminar HereThe that BuWeps has directed the The program opens with asocial i $4,000 more than was realizedlast
To Conduct4-Day year whenthe previous rec-
establishment of an hour at 1115 with the contributions
ord for was set.
Department here at NAS Jaxas luncheon set for 1145. Also included in the drive
Bureau of Naval Personnel Leadership Field team soon as the necessary administrative on next Thursday's prp- Participating were
will arrive at NAS Jax on Monday, June 18, to confer with steps can be tak- gram will be a report, accom- Navy served and Marine by the Corps Jacksonville-

senior officers and to conduct a four-day leadership en to do so. In doing so, the panied by colored slides, on the I NAS Jacksonville
Auxiliary, including -
seminar. They are scheduled to leave on Thursday, June 21. present Ordnance Division of group's recent field trip to Cape and all tenant com-

The Leadership Field Teams are I' Operations Department will Canaveral.A I
tend as observers. mands; NAS Cecil Field; Naval
become individual Depart-
composed of officers and chief an host of other important announcements Station Mayport; Naval Station
received The team will discuss the ob- ment. Target date for official
who have
will be made at the Green Cove Springs; NAS San-
in the of jectives of General Order 21, establishment is said to be I
special training use I meeting, according to program ford, and NAS Glynco, Ga.
leadership publications, films, offer training in the techniques June 25. I officials. Here is the treasurer's reportof
of hold- of effective, leadership develop-
aids and the techniques donations by commands and
ing discussions and seminars. ment and motivation in the fieldof ':i<:?.r..;;; activities
Their main purpose is to assist leadership training.The } NAS Jacksonville and associated -

commands in evaluating and im- seminar is tentatively
activities, minus major tenant -
proving their leadership pro- planned to begin at 1000, June -i commands: $13,622.56.

gram; they are not an inspectionteam. 18, in the Aircraft Maintenance NAS Sanford 581701.

The field teams perform Conference Room, Building 200. NAS Glynco and NATTC Gly
their services by invitation only 514937.
and act only in an advisory ca- The uniform for per- / ComFairJax $5,026.
the seminar will
sons attending
pacity. be as .follows: male officers and NATTU Jax 479475.
The senior officers conferenceis NAS Cecil Field $3,735.88.
chief petty officers, Tropical
tentatively scheduled to com- Fleet Air Detachment, .Cecil
White; enlisted men and women t 41
mence at 0830, June 18 in the Field: $3.714.50.Fleet .
below CPO, uniform of the day.
Building One Conference Room. Air Wing Eleven $2,729.-

The Team and the local officers 50.NS
will discuss the effectiveness of
Mayport and USS Sailfish
.. ....
the local leadership program and NATTU HonormenPFC I :t. 'i' y lam, :YGAvi.INNiIIHNNAIMIHM 2357.

offer recommendations for im- L NARTU Jax $1,216.50.

provements. D. Yingling, AE-A School, J ..._ { Naval Hospital $1,147.50.
86.81.S. SAVES MILLIONS-John N. Garbarini AOC, is congra. Cove $87.50.
Participants in the four-day Green Springs
tulated by RADM Joseph M. Carson, ComFairJax.ComNabSix,
seminar will include officer and J. Baker, AE2, AE-B School, on his receipt of the Secretary of the Navy Commendation for CAG-1. Cecil Field 1500.
enlisted representatives from 'the 82.63.PFC. Achievement Award last week at NAS Cecil Field. Garbarini CAG-10, Cecil Field $871.31.
various NAS departments and wes commended for his idea which led to the designing of an VAH.l Sanford $661.
adapter for the "Bullpup" missile which, according to the Bureau
staff offices. All department lea- L. McMillen, AO-A' VAH-11, Sanford $429.24.
of Weapons, will save over $50 million for American taxpayers.
dership representatives will at- School, 82.24. ]I Garbarini a member of RADM Carson's Fair Jax staff. VAH-9, Sanford: $302. .'

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CDR -HOUR SERVICE AWARDS-Receiving 100-hour pins for cervices performed in the NAS
Jax Navy Relief Society office last Thursday are Mary Lee Howard (second from left) and Joan
Shine (second from right). Mrs. Howard received her pin from Miss Merle James. Field Repre
J01; sentative from Navy Relief Headquarters in Washington. D.C., who was visiting the Station faci
lity. Mrs. Shine's pin was given her by Mrs. Kirk Horton, Chairman of the Volunteer Women for the
'-" Jax Auxiliary. Miss Barnes is currently conducting volunteer training courses at NS Mayport.

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graphs.... Classified: ; New Adverse Action Appeals

.. .
Ortega Hills Brick 3 bdrm, 2 bath,
air cond. and garage; EV 8-5568.
Normandy Village 3 bdrm, 2 bath, System Is Effective July 1
forced air heat; EV 44827.
r'r Ortega Hill 3 bdrm, patio, pmti
rent $110 per mo. Avail. June
EV 42928. (Editor's Note: The following questions and answers
Cedar Hills Estates 3 bdrm, 2 baths, have been prepared by the Civil Service Commission in
liv rm, din rm, Fla rm, hwi firs;
1-0888 response to Interest shown by employees In the framework of

3 bdrm house tale or rent, low equity, the new appeals system being set up under Executive
a per mo. porch, mack bar, kit. Order 10987 "Agency Systems for Appeals from Adverse
things 1 bath.Village Near NAS SchoolHouse Cecil Filed and Nor. Actions.")

seems trailer 45-8, Air cond, $2000;
Q. What is the purpose of the new appeals system?
Gage, Ext 501.
Ortega Hills 4 bdrm, 2 bath, gar., A. It provides employees throughout the Federal service with
mo. low dn pmt; EV 47787. certain basic rights for a management review and reconsiderationof
group Ortega Hills 3 bdrm, 2 bath, den, adverse decisions taken at a lower level. It also encourages settlement -
ing -in range stove, gar; G.I. Loan. $103 of disputes within the agencies as near to the level of disagreement -
able mo; EV 81696. as possible.
Hyde Grove Acres 3 bdrm, 2 baths,
field patio; $2600 equity. LCDR Mulliion; Q. Will the appeals system be the same In all Federal agen-
Smith EV 94862. des?
role Normandy Village 3 bdrm, corner
lot, hwd floors, central heat, screened A. No. Although the regulations prescribe a simple, orderly
porch. VA mortgage. Mo. pmti $79.50; system for appeals providing equal treatment for employees they
EV 9.1017 have built-in flexibility for agencies with unique problems.
Ortega Hills 3 bdrm, 2 bath, air
ate cond, screened porch; EV 9-2075 Q. Are all agencies required to install the new appeals system -
Cedar Hills 3 bdrm 2 bath, 1525iv. ?
rm porch, patio. $89.45 per mo;
stress SP 1.5505 A. Most of them are, including the District of Columbia Government -
Cedar Hills 3 bdrm, 1 % baths, and any parts of the legislative and judicial branches that
screen porch, Nr schl. pmts $73.36; have positions in the competitive service. Exceptions are the Central -
SP 13760.
some Ortega Hills 3 bdrm house, air Intelligence Agency, National Security Agency, Federal Bureauof
of a cond, den, corner lot; EV 47185. Investigation, Atomic Energy Commission, and Tennessee Valley
post House 3 bdrm, 1 'h baths, den, Authority. The CSC can also except certain classes of employees if

; SP utility 10688., near both bates shopping centers; the agencies concerned can justify the exceptions.

FOR RENT Q. Are all employees of the included agencies entitled to the
it, : Riverside cor. rm. prl, bath and new appeal rights? .
con. to NAS; EV 71784.
Orange Park 2 bdrm, furn apt; CO A. No. The new system provides appeal rights to career and
44151. career-conditional employees, employees serving in overseas limited
Furn, 4 room apt., bath, garage, $65! appointments, and indefinite employees not serving probation. Another
the per mo, 3873 Herschel St.; EV 44328. Schedule

grouP-employees with in
competitive status serving
Unfurn 3 bdrm house, kit equipment,
terrace, $85. W. E. Devane, Crash, NAS. B under nontemporary appointments-is also included.

----- 3 bdrm house, kit equip. fen vard. Q. What actions may they appeal?
$90 per mo; SP 1.3670 -
Furn. 2 bdrm brick duplex, garage, A. They may appeal discharges, suspensions for more than 30
elec kl, adults, Infant OK, no pets, close days, furloughs without .
to NAS and Cecil $100 pay, and reductions in rank or compensation.These
per mo; EV
4-3112 or EV 71422. actions are identical with the actions which may be appealed
1ATh I6 SO 3 bdrm house near NAS, swimming under Section 14 of the Veterans' Preference Act. All elements of
pool. 6118 Commodore Drive; EV 9-804; thse appeals will be handled under the new system with the

RMANENIT. Riverside Bachelor Eff. furn aptpatiogarage exception of allegations of discrimination because of race, color or
near bus $55.50 per mo,
cred, which will be
EV 9-7876 processed under regulations of the President'sCommittee

4 room furn. apt $70 per mo, 2263 on Equal Employment Opportunity.
Park St; 384-5677
Lakeshore Furn 2 bdrm and Fla
rm, $105 per mo. L. F. Austin; EV 9-595 Navy To Train Army TroopsSome
Near Roosevelt Mall, Furn. 4 room .
apt. All elect; Infant ok. EV 9-0514 or
20,000 Army I
men will
EV 8.9806 Navy
have their instructors
lakeshore 2 bdrm, furn, Ig. gar, be trained in the latest amphi- and Marine as teams with
fen corner lot, Fla rm. 'Avail June 15, bious assault techniques this Corps
$90 per mo. yearly lease; 7177371. summer at the Naval Amphi- experience. in amphibious as
Riverside furn apt 3 rm and bath bious Base sault. Army battle groups madeup
at Little
Creek Va.
Con bus and shopping '
center. 749 armor
of infantry, artillery,
King St Mrs. E. M Smith
It will be Little will par-
Creek's larg- and combat engineers
Jax Bch upr, 3 bdrm, 2 blks fr ocean,
elec. kit., gar; EV 7-3658 after 1600 and est joint-service training opera-I ticipate.
weekends. tion, providing instruction and
THIS 'N THJAT practical work in the shorebasedand The training, to continue
MRY Ride Wanted Cherry Dr. to Main. will be
.., sea preparation for a successful through mid-October,
side NAS. 8800 and 1630. EV 9-0108
after 1800 landing.The divided into 10 periods. Each
CAQ uL' 4DPvs YL D
Lost Pair glasses In tan case with period will culminate in an over-
troops will be drawn
clip, near O&R, Bldg 103 or Bldg 110) ofa
last Fri. Finder contact Sollie McGlamory, six major Army installations the-beach assault from ships

Ext 471. throughout the country and will Navy task force.

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14 June 1962 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

Power Mower -- Friend Or Foe ;

Early in the season Is an appropriate time to remind

ourselves anew of the ever present dangers and precautions

involved in the use of power mowers. Since children as wellas I

adults are frequentlyinvolved in the mowing project

around the home, the responsibility of insuring that hazards i I
are eliminated is doubly high. I I

We have all read accounts of !
fore cleaning the machine of ;
people losing a thumb or finger
when they attempted to pull debris or making any repairs. <'

some grass from the blades of a (11) Check your mower regu- ('

mower, or of toes being lost larly for dangerous. funtioningand

when an operator's foot was worn parts. NEWLY CAPPED JANGOs-CDR Lucille Beaumer Chief.

struck or of a serious body injury (12)) Shut off and disconnect Nursing Service Naval Hospital (right), adjusts cap of new
when struck by something power before moving mower JANGO, Lynne Tieilau, during capping ceremonies for the fifth
class in Nurses' Aide training with the Guild at the Naval Hot
and from one level to another.
picked up thrown by the I pital Chapel last Friday. Other girls capped and their instructors
mower blade. (13)) Do not pull a power mower included (left to right), front row), LCDR Eleanor M. Company,
One naval activity reported in backward since it can easily Co-Instructress; Christine Schub, Pamela Lence, Cathy Austin,
1961 that a tractor mower strucka be pulled over the foot. v I A and Lillagene Waters. In the back row (left to right), Mrs. Dar-
win Phillips Instructor Nancy Strickler, Charlene Boldt and
rock while cutting grass on the ((14)) Mow in daylight hours, X'i JXj.Y Barbara Parks. In photo at left CAPT J. M. Manner Hospital

shoulder of a road and that the only, unless you have good arti- Commanding Officer, presents a gold chevron for 700 hours of
rock broke the windshield of a fical light. nursing aid work to Nancy Thompson.

private car which was passing. ((15)) Do not use the mower

There was no guard at the rear when the grass is wet and slip- ;, oxZS $ 2

of the mower. pery. |I Fifth JANGO Class
Such avoidable incidents pointup
((16) Wear spiked, cleated golf
the need for greater regardfor
shoes or similar shoes which will
power mowers and of the not slip when cutting grass on
importance of insuring that At
slopes or in damp weather. Capped HospitalAt
guards are in place at all
times. ((17) One person should not Station/ Traffic
move a heavy mower on a bankor
The following precautions, if an impressive candlelight ceremony held Friday
incline by himself. The best Violation RecordThe
carefully observed by all opera- at the Naval ladies
method is for a helper to walk I evening Hospital Chapel, eight young
tors of power lawn mowers, will the of the bank I following is a report of received caps as graduates of the fifth class of JANGOS
along top edge ,
prevent accidents and help insurean holding the mower on course by motor vehicle accidents and (Junior Army, Navy Guild Organization). Other capped

enjoyable summer: of of tied to traffic violations for the per JANGOS were awarded pins and chevrons for additional
means a length rope
(1) Be well acquainted with the machine. This takes the strain iod June 3-11: hours of nursing aid service.The .
the safety and operating rules. NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis caps were awarded the
off the
(2)) Never allow an inexperi- operator. week .......... ._. .7 girls for completion of 100 hoursof 'I and reading to patients in the

enced person to operate a mower. (18)) Be certain of your foot- This year .........,.. .113 nurses' aide training since the pediatric ward.
(3) Do not allow children or ing and balance, especially when Throught June 1961 111 class began on March 17. The captain also commentedthat

pets ,in the mowing area. mowing on an incline, keepingthe I NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE by doing this type work
Mrs. James Thorm, JANGOs
(4) Do not start a self-pro- feet safely away from the LAST INJURY IN MOTOR the young ladies develop a fine
Chairman, opened the ceremoniesand
pelled mower while it is in gear. mower carriage. VEHICLE ACCIDENT 2 community spirit.
((5) Do not leave a mower un- (19)) Do not mow the lawn or NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis introduced the honored
attended while the engine is high grass without first scoutingthe week 58 guests. Lucille Beumer, Chief

running. area for stray bottles, pieces Speeding 13 LT S. L. Mucilli,Catholic chaplain Naval Hospital Nursing Service,
of, metal etc. which, be I delivered the invocation and capped the new JANGOs, while
(6) Do not lift or tip the i may Reckless Driving 2 I
CAPT Hanner, assisted by Mrs.
mower while it is running, especially picked up by the mower and Running Stop Sign 3 the benediction. D.
Phillips JANGO
if it is a rotaryblademower. thrown against the operator or Others ... ..40 Captain J. M. Hanner, Hospital ,
someone nearby causing an in- Sixty drivers appeared before Commanding Officer, wel- presented certificates.Girls .

(7)) Do not reach into the en- jury. I the Traffic Hearing Board comed the guests and parents.He being capped were:

gine or blade while the engineis ((20)) Riding mowers should be I at the Meeting held June 11 expressed the thought that Cathy Austin, Charlene Boldt,

running. used with extreme caution On with disposition of cases as the JANGOs are of great benefitto Pamela Lence, Christine Schub,

(8) Do not use any type of steep inclines, since they might I I follows: Sixteen lost drivingand the Hospital and the patients. Nancy Strickler, Lynne Tieslau,

refueling container other than an tip over and easily catch fire, parking privileges aboard Over 100 varied duties are per- Lillagene Waters and Barbara

approved Bureau of Underwriters trap the operator, or otherwise the Station, 14 were assignedto formed by the JANGOs, he said. Parks. Also graduated but not

safety can. injure or kill him. complete an eight-hour remedial Some of these include running present for the ceremonies were

((9)) Do not refuel the mower ((21)) Wear safety toe shoes. driving course, 23 received errands, making beds, taking Carolyn and Mary Ann Aber-

while it is running or still hot suspended penalties, 14 temperatures, feeding patients nathy.

from use. were given warnings, five The captain also presented

(10)) Shut off engine and dis- were dismissed and three were pins and chevrons to the newly

connect the sparkplug wire beVA15 referred to commanding offi- Martin, Hill Are capped and other JANGOs. He

ft x cers for possible disciplinary was assisted by LCDR Eleanor

9u I action. Named Winners In I M. Company, Co Instructress.
PreparesFor t Those girls receiving 50 hour

7 sa ., NAS Essay ContestThe pins were: Charlene Boldt,

FDR Sea Duly Navy ,To Operate results of the NAS Lead- Christine Schub, Nancy Strick-

sr ler, Barbara Parks, Karen Enk-
i Satellite SystemThe ership Essay Contest were an- ler, Becky Fowler, and Helen
,After Short Rest
r.y ;y.e nounced this week by the judges.All Shea. White chevrons for 200
Navy Astronautics Group participants received lettersof
Next Monday, personnel of At-' $ ro % Xft/t a which will operate the naviga-. commendation.In hours of service were presentedto
( : Christine Schub Patricia
tack Squadron 15 will board the: : n tional satellite system now beIng -: the officer category, the es- ,
Hanner Linda
USS Franklin D. Roosevelt for 7@1 uySY :V a fif developed by the Navy for say by LCDR Robert J. Martin, Pulley, and Judith
Spencer. Blue chevrons
training in preparation for deployment the Department of Defense has of the Overhaul and Repair De- 300
with the Sixth Fleet in been established at the Pacific partment was judged the win- hours service went to Judith
Spencer, Barbara Koch and
September. They returned hometo / L4 Missile Range Headquarters, Pt. ner. He was cited for his origin-
t on Daughtrey. Nancy
NAS Jax just one month ago Mugu, Calif. ality of thought and clarity of Thompson
after a year of intensive train- : '; 1Hy The group will maintain and expression. First runner-up was hours received service.a gold chevron for 700

ing and operations. operate astronautics systems assigned ENS Gordon W. Callender of

Called the "Valions", the
squadron flies the AD-6 Skyraider Operations, including spacecraft, the second runner-up was Milton evening was delivered by Miss

the Navy's only propeller- ground-based components and H. Lazarus, Production Controlman. Miriam McCrea, representativeof

driven attack bomber.For sub-systems. : the Florida State Board of

the past two years the Eventually the new commandwill There were only two civilian Nursing. She outlined the Nurs-

squadron has flown a total of include a satellite commandand entries and they were judged in ing Service fields available to

12,700 accident-free hours. Dur- '., : ', I 'h ut..:l/i; injection station, computer the officer category.In the JANGO's should they wishto
ing one 19-day period the Val- ". : center, operations control center the enlisted division, RexA. make nursing a career. She
......" ,V.4'i. ,
ions are said to have recorded an .;. !.. ..\ #'/;.'. "', and satellite tracking facility, at Hill, AEC, of NATTUnit, took affirmed that nursing presentedthe

unprecedentd 1,409 hours of fly- '04 ..,..-''t'W /..:. 'i/, Jf-i....' ', 1i.t....I.; Point Mugu, with other tracking first place, while Paul W. Hetz, greatest reward for personal

ing time and 406 carrier land- .. '.<,:(:" I: ),12i': ;;;;:; facilities at Winter Harbor Me; AECS, also of NATTU, was se- accomplishment of any career.

ings. They received the Battle .. '1 ?fiYes j jt. Minneapolis, Minn.; and Wahiawa lected first runner-up and CaroleA. The ceremony closed with the
Efficiency "E" for this record. : f.f t ; Oahu, Hawaii. Moshier, YNSN, of the Mili- recitation of
the JANGO pledge
;. The group's first commandingofficer tary Personnel Office, Admini-
through Aprilof ..
From February .., -.. lead by the Honor Guard of
is CDR James C. Quill- stration Department selected
was -
this year, the squadron parti- CAN-CAN-DO the capped JANGOs and the bene
cipated in the shakedown cruiseof lady is an authentic Parisienne, ian Jr. CAPT Robert T. Tolleson, as second runner-up. diction.A .
the USS Enterprise, makingit definitely statuesque, and only now assigned to the Astronautics Both winning essays will be
18 at that. She's Claudine Branch, Office of the Chief of published in their entirely in reception was held in the
the first propeller-driven
from a nu- Longet who whirls throughthe Naval Operations, will assume coming issues of the Jax Air staff lounge immediately follow-
squadron to operate can-can with the Follies
clear-powered carrier. Bergere. command of the group in August. News. ... ing the capping.

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j Page 4 TAX AIR NEWS 14 June 1962

Charlotte Boy's First FamilyIOverseasAfter

Choir EntertainsAt


Officers ClubThe Ban Is NavyIt's

Naval Air Technical
wonderful to be together
Training Unit here at NAS Jax .v
again! said Mrs. Estella M. Le- !
played host to the famous I
masters after stepping off a i
Charlotte Boys Choir from Char- >
N. plane at the Naval Air Facilityat
lotte, N.C. on June 5-6.
Mailing, England.
Each year the group makes i I k
many appearances along the And her husband, CPO Max

Eastern Seaboard, traveling sev- ) Lemasters, heartily agreed. So
: did Max Jr., 12 and Cheryle, 9.
eral thousand miles by special I
The Lemasters were the first
bus and leaving a trail of good-
: to be authorized
H dependents overseas -
will wherever they go.
since the ban on depen-
Commander T. E. Greenwood x xI dents travel last October. When

acted as host officer for the the chief, who is Master Chief

choir, as he did last year, and t! Air Controlman at NAF, was or-
arranged for them to perform at I A S6fi : ered to his present station, his

the Officers Club on the nightof ... TEr6'e satipd"cuai2}L .':'{}}{} family had to stay behind in
June 6 where they receiveda WELCOME "HURRICANE HUNTERS"-Jane Cook. secretary for the Downtown Council of Norfolk, Va.
standing ovation. the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce helps Si* ve Coady. PN3 of VW-4. attach a poster to a down-
town bus as part of the local salute to the return here of the "Hurricane Hunters." A 22-car Looks like we're back in the
The boys, who come from a motorcade carried some 30 VW-4 crewmen from NAS to Hemming Park yesterday for the begin- family routine" said Lemasters
large number of public, privateand ning of the "welcome back" ceremonies. Among_the hosts present were "Mus Jacksonville "Mrs.U. with satisfaction as his wife took
S. Savings Bond," Acting Jax Mayor Oscar Matiax and numerous others. Other "Hurricane
parochial schools, are selected Hunters" shown are (left to right), R. A. Hall AT2 Mark Huth, ADR3; Gene Land, ATR3 Mike command of their new quartersto
for the choir by audition. Chlckres, AT2 Gorden Brabaw, AM3 and Charles Lambert AM. put things ship shape.


Employee-Management Order Use E-2s NavywideExam Will Now NATTU Class 6207 Takes

Of President Being QuotedEditor's FormsThe Honors Two Weeks Running
CI & E Center has an-
nounced that, the Service- Selection of Class 6207 as NATTU's AO-A School week-
( Note: This is the ninth and final article In a wide Examination Participation ly "Honor Class" for June 11-17 came as no surprise ,to
series, quoting Executive Order 10988 "Employee-Manage- Request Form (6ND NAS school personnel it is their second consecutive week as
meat Cooperation In the Fedeal Service' for the Information JAX 1430/1 (7-60) should be I "Honor Class" and their fifth since beginning training 17

of all NAS employees.) used to nominate pay grade weeks aeo.
E-2 personnel for advance- Based on military appearance,
"Section 15. Nothing in this ment. scholastic average and disci- sen twice within a calendar

order shall be construed to annual This form will be requiredfor pline, the battle for selection as month, the class is excused from

or modify, or to precludethe ICtfJ the July 16 E-3 exam, the "Honor Class" is highly contested the next Captain's Inspection.
renewal or continuation of, Center said.Department. both for the glory and for Military appearance points are
any lawful agreement heretofore level processing the special privileges accordedthe determined by a weekly person-
entered into between nel inspection. Actual
any agency winners. points are
should be the same as for pay
and representative of its equal. to the percentage of the
any Thursday June 14 grade E-4 and above. Members of an "Honor Class"are
employees. Nor shall this order excused from watches, rou- class without discrepancies.In .
preclude any agency from con- Mainside Honeymoon Machine tine field day and cleaning assignments determining scholastic
tinuing to consult or deal with 1900 only.NATTUnitStage. for the week. If cho- points, the Class's average on its
any representative of its em- Coach, 1900 latest weekly test is comparedwith

ployees or other organizationprior only. the average for the last five
to the time that the status Hospital-Cimarron, 1900 only. t WivesCorner administrations for the test, the
and representation rights of Friday, June 15 Navy class with the same average

such representative or organization Mainside-Desert Patrol, 1900 I would receive 100 points. Classes
are determined in conformity only. I averaging higher or lower get

with this order. NATTUnit-Honeymoon Ma- correspondingly higher or lower
chine, 1900 only. I scores. In addition, classes with
"Section 16. This order (except Hospital-Stage Coach, 1900 Members of Navy Wives Club "Honorman" selectees receive
Section 14) shall not apply to only. 86 held their monthly business points.
the Federal Bureau of Investi- meeting June 6 at the Dewey
Saturday, June 16 Disciplinary points are sub-
gation, the Central Intelligence ? Park Clubhouse during which
Mainside-The Outsider, 1900 tracted, 8 for each man awarded
Agency, or any other agency, or Mrs. Harriet Murphy read thema Extra Military InstructionEMI
to any office, bureau of entity only. letter from the club's Greek
NATTUnit-Desert Patrol, 1400 ( ), 15 for each man convicted -
within an agency, primarily per- and 1900. foster child. I at Captain's Mast and 25 for
forming intelligence, investigative Hospital Honeymoon Machine I During the business session' each conviction by Court Martial.
Mrs. R. H. Hissam the club's
or security functions if the ,
1900 only.Sunday.
head of the agency determinesthat newest member, accepted the Suns HostBuffalo
the provisions of this order June 17 ..T chairmanship held by Mrs..
cannot be applied in a manner Mainside The Counterfeit Murphy. Mrs. A. Gastiger and
consistent with national security Traitor, 1400 and 1900. } Mrs. G. Eckland were named In
requirements and considerations.When NATTUnit-The Outsider, 1400 chairmen of the club's Not-New-

he, deems it necessary in and 1900. Shop and Mrs. W. Weston' was Crucial SetFor
the national interest, and subjectto Hospital-Desert Patrol, 1900 named poster chairman.It .
such conditions as he may only. was announced also that a while now the league-
" prescribe, the head of any agen- Monday, June 18 Mrs. A. Becker and Mrs. W. Kit- leading Jacksonville Suns have

cy may suspend any provision of Mainside Scream Of Fear, chell established another record been threatening to run away
this order (except Section 14)) 1900 only. month at the Hospital Well Baby with the International Leaguerace

with respect to any agency installation NATTUnit The Counterfeit Nursery by caring for 1,082 but the Buffalo Bisons have
or activity which is located I Traitor, 1900 only. children there during May. The been doggedly holding on just a
outside of the United Hospital-The Outsider, 1900 nursery is sustained by the club I few games behind.

States. only. and donations which purchased These same Bisons come into
Tuesday, June 19 "r.MONEY I I a TV last month for the child- Jacksonville tonight to open

Mainside-The Long Voyage ren's enjoyment.Mrs. what could be the most crucial
Two Texans had lunch and Home, 1900 only. W. Wilson announcedthat series to date for the Suns. The
then went to an auto agency NATTUnit-Scream Of Fear, a social would be held June Suns host the Bisons in single
"I where they admired a gold- 1900 only. 16 at the clubhouse at 2030 for games tonight, Friday and Sat-
plated Cadillac. The salesman Hospital The Counterfeit members, prospective membersand urday. The locals close their
said the car would cost $28,000. Traitor, 1900 only.Wednesday. their husbands. current home stand with a three-
"Fair enough, I'll take two," the SAVER-Latest ad- Hostesess for the evening were game set against another tough
I first Texan said, and reached into Force dition to the Army, Navy, Air Mrs. T. M. Wofford and Mrs. foe, the Toronto Maple Leafs ina
and Marine clothing inventory
Mainside-Experiment In Terror W. Kitchell.
his pocket for cash. is this standardized three-game series opening
1900 only.NATTUnitThe. servicewomen's exercise suit. The next club meeting will be Sunday.
, "Just a minute, John," said the Long Voyage Featuring a detachable skirt, an evening of fun on June 20. All single games begin at 1900
second one, stopping his friend Home, 1900 only. the suit will eliminate 77 items Bring a guest and two white and Sunday frays start at 1800.
, and reaching into his own pocket. Hospital-Scream Of Fear, 1900 from' in the an supply annual system saving, resulting of elephants for prizes. Games startat Doubleheaders commence at 1800
"You took the lunch tab. only. 77000. 1930. also.

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14 June 1962 lAX Am NEWS .' I PegIII

1962-63 Fishing, 1

Four Jax ShootersAim

Hunting Licenses' lAX AIR SPORTS

Go On Sale Here NEWSIt For AllNavyFour

Special Services has announcedthat

the new 1962-1963 Fishingand .. ..
Hunting licenses are expected # ;" ',m. :\Ii.' \ ,' .' ',:.'" :. .". Jax Navymen who fired in last week's Atlantic
to be available for purchaseIn : ", ,',. t,. ,. ". "<. Fleet Rifle and Pistol Matches here at NAS are now in
Bldg. 704 either tomorrow or .... ,,,",' f -. : San Diego, Calif., preparing for All-Navy competition.
in the near future. They are LTJG E. C. Blick

Although the new licenses are S from NATTU, a member of the

actually effective July 1, both I winning Fleet Pistol Team; Joe

the 1961-62 licenses and the new Galica, AMECS, of VA-44; Vir-

1962.63 licenses will be honored gil Placid, ADCS, of the NAS

from June 15 to July 1. Begin Armory and B. F. Preston,

ning July 1, only the new licenses AOCS, of VA-135. All four men

will be honored.A placed in the top twelve shooters -

rules of column.As .
few the fishing

banks are: (1) Children under for the overall results of

15 years of age do not need licenses the Fleet Matches, Potomac
regardless of equipmentused River Naval Command's rifle
;,; x yh SC g walked with the
((2) Licenses are required away
when using rod and reel, (3)) As championship trophy for the

many as three cane poles may ., third consecutive year firing a
be used in the county of residence 1409 with 98 holes in the V

without the need of a license. -,. ring. They were followed by

Casa Linda Lake, adjacent to FLEET CHAMPIONS-Winners of the Atlantic Fleet Rifle and Pistol Individual Champion. COM-NINE's team which scoreda
ships display the awards ..which they were presented at the NAS Theater prior to departing last 1396, also hitting 98 in the V
the golf course and the chapel week for California and the All-Navy Matches. Left to right they are LT D. L. Erhart from Corn-
picnic area, is open for fishingto Four, runner-up in the rifle competition: D. L. Hamilton. ADR2 from ComOne, first place winner ring.
authorized persons (militaryand in pistol competition: CAPT Vincent F. Casey, Chief of Staff ComFairJax.ComNabSix, who Taking top honors in the
their dependents) however made the awards: J. H. Lucas, ADC, from Com Fire runner-up in the pistol matches, and R. T. Fleet Pistol team Match were
Fitzpatrick, AMS1. from NAS Patuxent River Md.. who placed first in rifle competition. The trophy I
live bait cannot be used, only held by CAPT Casey was awarded Hamilton also as winner of the.rifle and pistol aggragate the shooters from the Commander -
worms or artificial lures. during the Fleet Matches. Naval Air Technical Train-

For further local, county and ing Center at Memphis, Tenn.

state fishing regulations, contact I This was the Center's "Blue"
I 'Mad Foxes'
the Special Services office. Support Swimming Entry team, compiling a score of 1081

Deadline with 16 holes in the X ring of

Rota Little LeagueThe The deadline June for entries 22 in second the Running was COMONE's"Blue" close In

the IM Swim Meet, scheduledfor team with a 1079 and 20
"Mad Foxes" of Patrol Squadron Five have a ra- the evening of June 26, is

ther unique distinction in the Navy's association with the Friday, June 22. Entries shouldbe X's.D.
L. Hamilton, ADR2, of
of of the
sport baseball-they sponsor over a quarter submitted to the Athletic
COM-ONE, received a match-
LEAGUE-Play world apart. Director's office in the Main-
Boys 48 wins, 16 losses; Spades is customary for fleet squad- side gym. conditioned .45 caliber pistol, an

Aces and Skywarriors 44 wins, rons to often times sponsor local lacked funds to purchase needed Invitations have been sent award given by the Secretary of

16 losses each. The final match Little League teams, however, uniforms and equipment. These out to NAS Waves interestedin the Navy, as the first place winner -

between the Aces and Skywar- VP-5 believes itself to be one of men, unwilling to see a group of competing, among them- of the Atlantic Fleet Indi-
riors will be played next Monday disappointed boys, approachedthe I vidual Pistol Championship. In
the few such squadrons to undertake selves during special events of
night. Under the four-point-per- I this responsibility on rest of the visiting squadronwith the Meet. second place, also receiving the

match scoring system, either of such a far reaching scale. The the unhappy news. As a result SECNAV award, was J. H. Lu-

the two could tie the Play Boys unit not only sponsors a Little the officers and men of Pa- cas, ADC, from the Naval Sta-

for first place.CONTINENTAL. League team in the Jacksonvillearea trol Squadron Five opened their tion at Norfolk, Va.

LEAGUE but it is also the patron of a'; hearts to the boys and, within a IM Softball In the individual rifle efforts,

Hornets 41% wins, 14% losses; Little League Team in Rota, day, raised enough money to finance R. T. Fitzpatrick, AMS1, of the

Owl Hoots 41 wins, 15 losses; Pay Spain. the team through the ResultsThe Naval Air Station, Patuxent River -

Masters 39 wins, 17 losses. While on their recent split deployment season. Md., received a match-con-

NATIONAL LEAGUE-Supply to Keflavik, Iceland Says VP-5's Commanding Of. top three teams in the ditioned .30 caliber Ml rifle,

"A" 43 wins, 17 losses; Strikes and Rota, Spain, the squadron ficer, CDR Robert L. Huber, American IM Softball Leagueare SECNAV award for placing
first did the Wave
41% wins 18% losses as runnerup,
; Cougars members found an opportunityto is little and : VA-44 standing with 14 wins
"Every boy a man
LT D. L. Erhart from COM-
42 wins, 22 losses. bring a bit of happiness to I each man is a little bit boy; put igainst two losses, and the Ma- FOUR.

Monday, June 25, has been set the Rota youngsters.L. them together, throw in a base- ines and VAP-62 both holding The awards held

as the date for the IM League B. Williams, ADR2, G. J. ball, and you have happiness i 12 win, four loss record. in the NAS Theatre ceremony with was CAPT

rolloffs. The top two teams of Leap, ATN3, and M. R. Senters, whether in the United States, four loss record.In Vincent F. Casey, Chief of Staff

each league will participate. ATI, heard that one of the teams Spain or Timbuctoo." the National League, for Commander Fleet Air Jax/
NARTU still leads undefeatedwith
There will also be a Girls ". ComNabSix, handing out the individual -
14-0 followed by Admin
Championship roll-off which I and team trophies. Im-
with 10-3 record. Third placein
will take place sometime near afterward the
mediately qualified -
the running is held by
the same date.Station. r"- shooters departed the Sta-
AF679th and ComFairJax with
tion for California and the 1962
.,. .. .,. 10 wins and five losses.
Rifle and Pistol
Golfers I t :: The last scheduled game of the Matches.All-Navy
J .1 season is set for June 25.

Invited To 6ND i

Golf TourneyCaptain J Enrollees Being Golf LeagueStandings

kins, Commanding Thomas Officer W. Hop-of Sought For NAS

NAS Cecil Field has extended AMERICAN LEAGUEFAW11 -

an open invitation to all Jr. Golf ClinicA 4.1; A/C Maint, 4-1; and Hospital -

naval commands here at NAS "A," 32.NATIONAL.
Junior Golf Clinic has been
Jax to compete in the 1962 LEAGUE-Com
initiated at the NAS Golf Course,
Sixth Naval District Golf FairJax, 4-0; Marines, 2.1; and
under the supervision of golf pro
Tournament to be held there Hospital "B", 21.
Joe McDonald, and will begin its
July 47.Deadline. These were the only results
first classes tomorrow, June 15.
for entry is June available at press time.
Boys and girls ranging in ages
20 and entries should be made
from eight to eighteen who are uated from the beginners col-
by mail addressed to the Com
just beginners in the sport of umn.
manding Officer (Attn: Code
golf are invited to gather at the The Clinic will be conducted
A-4) Cecil Field, Fla.
golf course Driving Range beginning each Friday at the times speci-
Following the District i
at 0900. Those between fied above through July 6.
matches, NAS Jax will host
the FINANCIAL SUPPORT CDR Robert L. Huber (right). ages 8-12 will be coached from The only fee required of the
South Atlantic RegionalGolf Commanding Officer of VP.5 presents a gift of unsolicited fin. 0900 to 1000 and those between young sportsmen is their "undi-
Tournament which will the of Rota Spain, Little League team
ancial aid to manager a
12-18 will meet Joe from 1000to vided attention".
get underway July 10. Only which the squadron crewmen took under their wing while on
those commands who qualify deployment there. When it was learned that the team was lack. 1100. As for the adults, Joe plans to
ing equipment and uniforms and might possibly be unable to The remaining hour of the begin a Men and Women's Clinic
through the District matches stick together this year, the "Mad Foxes' went to bat raising morning is set aside for Junior this coming Fall, perhaps in
will be eligible to participate. enough money to see the boys through the season.
Varsity golfers who have grad- September, he said.

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JAX AIR NEWS 14 June 1962

'. ". ... 41 Prizes W orth$10,000

"" ik .i Go To Lucky ContributorsNAS

+++ I.: ,' .,

/ ; $ h/Jj
Cecil Field scored a clean sweep of the top prizes

given away in the Navy' Relief Society fund raising drive

which culminated last Wednesday in ceremonies at the Band-

shell here at NAS Jax.

Over $10,000 in prizes were -
Orange Park.
given away to contributors to
18. Vacuum cleaner: Pat lSquarron
r 0
7 this years Navy Relief Drive.Lt .
21 Five.

T. W. Scott, of Fighter 19. Vacuum cleaner L. A. Mar-

} Squadron 132 at Cecil Field, dis Rollo Rd.

t4 _ claimed the top prize-a 1962 20. Power lawn mower: P. E.

Ford Galaxie convertible; W. O. Reeder Irvington Ave.

Moseby, AT2, of Attack Squadron 21. Portable stereo: W. S.

133 at Cecil Field, won the Thomas, NAS Jax.

second prize, a 1962 Corvair; andJ. 22. Boy's bicycle: D. S. Rogers

M. McMillin, ADJ2, of Fighter JSG Mazama.

Squadron 174 at Cecil Field, 23. Girl's# bicycle: Q. H. Smith,

a .corr:0: 2y3 ? claimed the bonus prize, another VAH-3, NAS Sanford.

1962 Corvair. The bonus prize 24. Man's bowling ball: Jeanette -

was awarded when funds collected Hall, 1615 Oleander Circle.

TOP PRIZE WINNERS T exceeded a certain point. 25. Ladies' bowling ball: E. S.
T. W. Scott of VF-132. NAS Ce.
KaminskL VAH-9 NAS Sanford.
cil Field, was the top prize
winner in the Navy Relief Society 'Here is the complete list of 26. Barbecue wagon: P. C. Pom-

fund raising drive which prize winners in the order of eroy, VAH-5, NAS Sanford.

ended here on Wednesday of their award: 27. Transistor radio:. M.. J.
last week, taking the 1962 ford Aires Rd.
Galaxie convertible which he 1. Ford Galaxie convertible: Scray
is shown with here in the top LT T. W. Scott VF132. Cecil 28. Fishing tackle: B. R. Long,
photo. Taking second prize in'the Field. AE.A School, NATTU Jax.

drawing a 1962 Corvair. 29. Fishing tackle: C. J. Wep-
was W. O. Moseby AT2, of 2. Corvair: W. O. Moseby AT2.
s j VA-133, NAS Cecil Field who VA 133, Cecil Field. pieman 2150 Jammes Rd.
} $ ? } accepts the keys to the auto in 3. Camping trailer, boat and 30. Fishing tackle: C. F. Hardy.
: which he is sitting from LCDRE. 3886 Atlantic Blvd.
motor: ENS D. L. Butler, Naval
F. Hilderbrant of the Prize 31. through 40. Ten $50 Savings
Committee in the top photo Hospital.
Bonds: C. C. Mamele Sanford:
at left. ENS D. L. Butler o! the 4. Sterling Silver tea set: C.W. B. Smith Naval Hospital: Mary
Woods. 6308 Wilson Blvd.
Naval Hospital hitches third Williams, 5640 Flicker Ave. W.
with 5. Color TV set: Brey. VFP.62,
prize, a camping trailer W. Hicks, VAP-62: G. W. Gallon-
boat and motor, to his own der Senior BOO NAS Jax J. E.
after 6. Men's golf clubs: J. E. Shel-
auto in the bottom photo Richards AO.A School NATTUJax
his ticket was drawn makinghim ton.
Hatcher 5134
7. Ladies' golf clubs Otelia : Fay Ensign
winner. A second :
lucky Ave. J. J. Conley 3140 AcaciaSt.
/ bonus, Corvair was won byJ. Jones 4837 Post St. Maxine Flowers, 3124 Herschel .
M. McMlllln ADJ2 of VF. 8. Power shop tool: J. W.Buchanan I
St.: and L. H. SodowskL 5004
{ 174 Cecil Field. NAS Glynco. Perrin Dr.
9. Air conditioner: J. S. Frisbee -
41. Corrairt J. M. McMillin,
Shorts Bathing Middleburg. ADJ2 VF-174, Cecil Field.
10. Air conditioner: J. J. Arthur,

"'" Suit Rules For NS 11.Mayport.Dishwasher: W. H. S. Gibson 528

VAP62. Jax.
(Continued from page 1))
Wear 12. Tape recorder M. E. Din-
EmphasizedWith :
Ft $6.00 will be added to the one
kins 6907 Rest Lawn.
I.' (. 'x }, .} the advent of the hot two and three bedroom units,
1 13. Portable TV: L. D. Helm,
j summer weather all personnelare NATTU Jax. respectively.Some .

reminded of the regulations
14. Portable TV A. W. Harris tenants will find that
.22x4t > the of shorts
t governing 7431 Coral Sea Rd. the rates quoted will be higheror
t ? } and bathing suits. 15. Polaroid camera kit: G. E. lower than their previousbills.
Men and participatingin
F women Kenison NAS Glynco. This is because some occu-
t :,,: recreational activities are per- '
tLi 16. Shotgun: M. L. Bryant pants use more electricity and
mitted to wear appropriate ath-
Boone Park Rd. gas than others and the rates
letic while participating
clothing 17. Shotgun: A. N. Jaimes
have been determined by the
in such events. They may go to
i,3'eci consumption within the
.t't-: and from the activity in sum

1 $: attire providing it is complete 'Compton's Raiders' same bedroom size units.

and presentable.But The electricity and gas chargesfor

1 this does not mean that the period from May 20

? : swimming trunks may be worn Stage Mock Raid In through June 30 will be readyfor

anywhere other than at the payment on July 16 and

,, .. ix swimming pool. must be settled promptly it was

-- Women personnel may wear Navy Relief DriveDecked affirmed. All the electric metersin
shorts only in private automo-
the Dewey Park Project will
New 'Speed Line1 Russian Language, biles when leaving or enteringthe out in true commando be read on June 30.

,I station. Shorts and bathing fashion, right up to bootblack on

!I Service StationTo Class/ Scheduled/ suits may not be worn by women their faces, a stormtroopingroup All gas meters in the Cumber-

19A leaving the station on foot or of U. S. Marines invaded land Road Homes Project will

s To Begin July in public vehicles. If halters, NAS Jax on June 5. be read on June 30. As the gas

Open June 25 Russian language class for bandana tops, and bathing suits With "Compton's Raiders" arm meters are located inside the

both beginners and advanced are worn in automobiles they bands attached to their uniforms, home, occupants are requestedto

The new N a v y Exchange students is tentatively sched- must be covered by a beach the Leathernecks swarmed over have someone present on this

"Speed Line" service station uled to begin on Thursday, robe. the Station, firing rifles and pis- date to permit entry. If no one

being constructed on Allegheny July 19. The class will be Shorts of suitable length and tols and throwing grenades, lit- is home, however, the project
lid. between Birmingham andMsyfeld held one night a week for 52 manager will be available and
size with shirt or blouse may erally sending some bystander'shearts
: Sts., near the Station'sSouth
weeks. be worn in the Navy Exchange. down into their shoes.It permit entry to the meter readers.
Gate will open on or about
to the instructor,
According all in fun
was however. No
Monday, June 25, according to Glass native born Drive.
one really hurt
NX officials. got except fora
Russian, students successfully few nicks taken out of their From every corner of the Sta-
Opening of the new service this will be 1 Rhymes of the Times
completing course ) pocketbooks.The tion the "Raiders" struck, stop-
L station will offer
more con.
able to read, write and speak idea of
"Compton's Raid- ping prospective on the
venient and faster service for
UsA /
patrons according to the announ the Russian language.The is USAFI CAN Blr Jq) ers", appropriately named for street and actually rushing into
course spon- NAS Jax's the
Commanding Officer, buildings "holding up" othersat
cement since and oil
only gas f<
sored at no cost to the stu- mEKeyfp j.
Captain James R. their desks.
will be dispensed by the new iO BETTER If Compton, was
facility. dent. WAYS ? developed into reality by Marine As a result of their day-long
interested in
Open hours for the "Speed Anyone Richard en- MN BETTER Captain Milton H. Bevis in an assault on the local pocketbooks,

Line" service station will be rolling may contact effort to boost, during the final "Compton's Raiders" 'added more
DTI Ext 8183 I
1000.1730 Monday through Fri- Peterson, or DAyS. days, the fund raising campaignfor than $750 to the total drive do-
Roy Gunnells, YN1, Ext. 445.
day and 1000.1500 on Saturday. ...'5J MF Jacksonville's Navy Relief; nations.r,7 .