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Appreciation Week

s GOV. Bryant To Honor

Reserves By VisitGovernor
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Vol. 20 No. 19 U.S. NAS Jackaonville Fla. 19 July 1962

Farris Bryant is scheduled to visit the Naval

n1- rrTmT Air Station on Sunday July 29 as part of the ceremonies

(it- i' ____ surrounding the observance of Naval Reserve Appreciation
Week. July 28-August 3.

Last week, the Governor sign-

ed the proclamation designatingthe

T* j4 } Appreciation Week, in honorof AFMA Plans
the release from active duty a

group of Florida naval reservistswho

r were called up last Octoberas Annual DinnerAt
k a result ef the Berlin buildup.The .
proclamation commendedthe

% 1'k' men of Patrol Squadron 741 0" Club

(based here), Mayport's USS
4 4 ryg Hunt Pensacoia's USS
Jacksonville Chapter 40, one
Tweedy and the USS Greenwoodfrom of the fastest growing chap-

the St. Petersburg.Tampa ters of the Armed Forces

,k ., area-for earning "the respect Management Association will
+% and admiration of the
r State of
3 _________________ hold its annual dinner meet-
Florida the U.S. Navy and the
k ing Saturday at 1830 at the
I _ nation by their steadfast devo.
cL.rn-- 34 -- tion to duty and professional Officers Club here. Highlightof
the will be the
THESE NEW NAS CPOI, holding their advancement certificates were promoted to competence." program
the "hard-hat" ranks last Monday during ceremonies in the office of the Station CO CAPT. Patrol Squadron 741 is composed installation of officers.
James R. Compton (center). They are, left to right, Adam L. Varua AOCA, Operations: AdamL.
Guest ETCA, Ground Electronics Maint. Frank J. McBeth. AOCA, Operations: Ralph I. Slurlevant. mainly of Jacksonville
AECA. A/C Maint.j Donald V. Smith. kOCh NAMTG; and Alvin R. Neuschwanger, AM. residents and is a local reserve r1 f4'i'
HC A/C Maint. Division offcers present are (back row left to right) LTJG R. M. Bickel: CWOI. unit. Many of the squadron's : ?.
J. De Baecke: LCDH R. M. Kingley and LTJG M. T. Hurst. Altogether, resulting from Feb. f
ruary's exams, 27 POls will don the chief hat this year and in January '63. were employed at the
NAS Jax O&R Department priorto Y'I

300 Middies Here their recall. / _

4 Advisory Council Officers The squadron was commissioned : ._
in July 1946. It's present commanding r :$ ,' -.'
For AvialionLook ;6
officer is CDR RichardI .

Seek Some 300 midshipmen arrived I Oreair. c'
Military Pay OpinionsWASHINGTON
here Tuesday for ten day's avia- It was the first Naval Reserve 1 t /; 7

tion familiarization. They werea patrol squadron to be recalledin '77y .

(AFPS-Four) senior officers of the Ad- vanguard of a total of 900 the Korean War and was ont (;4 ____________________ I

visory Council to the Defense Study on Military Compen- Middies who will visit the Air of the first five to be called up

sation are currently touring military installations along the Station this summer. because of the Berlin situation.

Atlantic Seaboard and southern states to learn first-hand They are expected to leave for As the patrol squadron prepares

what Armed Forces personnel think about military pay and Philadelphia, on July 28. On the (Continued on page 5, col. 3))

related subjects. same day the second group arrives '
Exact purpose of the visit is to from the Pennsylvania city RADM B. Neblett (ret.)
I' up by Secretary of Defense Robert
talk with enlisted and offi- ReadiesFor
and will until August 11 June
S. McNamara in March 1962. stay Officers elected at the
cers, including local commanders, when it leaves for Pensacola.The .
meeting will be installed by
headed Sec-
The committee by
in various military organizations I' retary of Defense for Manpower third group will arrive RADM T. B. Neblett (ret), Executive -

and activities on matters within I Carlisle P. Runge. that day from Pensacola and stayin InspectionBrass Director of the Armed

the scope of the military compensation Jacksonville until August 25,. Forces Management Association.
j Among the specific items Mc- polishing and shuf-
study. I at which time it will go to Phila- paper Admiral Neblett will also be the
The four senior officers ma- Namara directed Runge to do I fling have been only two of many
delphia.The principal speaker of the evening.To .
king the tour are: MAJ GEN M. was "complete the study and social highlight of the chores being accomplished hereat

R. Nelson, USAF (ret.) ; LT I submit legislative proposals for; midshipmen's visits to Jackson- NAS during the past week as be installed are CAPT
the President's departmental personnel James R. Compton, NAS Jax
GEN Robert H. Pepper, USMC | consideration by ville will be a series of dances ready
(ret.) ; VADM Thomas G. Settle, panel on federal salaries system i and spaces for the annual Commander Commanding Officer, as Presi-
held on July 18, 28 August
before Nov. 1 1962." Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval Dis- I dent; CAPT J. D. Sullivan, Vice-
USN (ret.) ; and MAJ GEN H. I 11 at 2000 at the Purdential Ter
trict Administrative and Material President; CDR E. F. Hodge
J. Vander Heide, USA (ret). The Scope of the study calls race. The dances are sponsoredby
Inspection which will be held Vice-president of Programs; Ar-
The study group was first set for a probing analysis into the the Jacksonville Junior
next Tuesday and Wednesday, thur Zeigler, Secretary; and
entire spectrum ,of military pay Chamber of Commerce. The
July 24-25. Gladys Ebert, Treasurer.To .
New Protestant allowances and benefits (includ- ComFairJax Band will furnishthe
ing retirement). music for the dances. Heading the inspection party be introduced will be mem-
will be ComNabSix, Rear Admiral bers of the council, CDR J. E.
The midshipmen while here
Chaplain Here and Joseph M. Carson. His assist Nettles, ,Rod Pinney, Phil Myers
will fly to Sanford, Key
ant chief inspector will be Captain LCDR J. S. Vishneski, and Flor-
Finance Office
Navy West for twining and spend two
Commander Robert W. Rad-
C. L. Moore.Departmental ine Gannaway.
cliffe Disbursing's Near NameThe or more days at Cecil Field Na-
reported to NAS Jackson- inspection will ,
Saturday's affair is the one
ville early this month as Senior Officer-In-Charge of val Air Station. begin at 0900 on Tuesday witha meeting each at which
the Finance Office has CDR Richard J, train- year
Protestant Chaplain. Navy Deprez, Full Dress White personnel inspection members be accompaniedby
He completed a year's Post announced that in accordancewith ing officer for Commander, Fleet being held at 0830 on may

graduate study in Public Admin SecNav Notice 5450, effective Air Jacksonville, will be in Wednesday.The spouses.

istration at Harvard University July 1962, the title of charge of the midshipmen'straining uniform for the depart- Admiral Neblett, who will enlighten -
the U. S. Navy Accounts Disbursing while they are here. the Jax members on the
Cambridge, Mass., prior to coming mental inspection will be Tropical overall management and organization
here. Office was changed to Khaki Long for officers and CPOs
Wives NoticeNavy of the AFMA, was grad
the U. S. Navy Finance Office. Navy
Tropical for
The Methodist Chaplain alohas Long en
uated from the Naval Academyin
/ The mission and standards of Wives Club No. 86 has listed office personnel. All other
served a three tour of
year 1927. After various duties in
service remain as heretofore, announced that drivers licenses enlisteds will wear the uniform
duty at the Naval
battleships, he qualified as a
Group in Germany and was in he said. : will no longer be sold aboard the prescribed by the NAS Commanding naval aviator in 1930. During

Chaplains Division of Bureau of Station. Officer. WWII he participated in anti-

Naval Personnel, Washington, D. submarine campaigns as CO ofa

C. Chaplain Radcliffe was also seaplane tender in the North

head of the Chaplains Corps Re- EMs May Get Gold StripesApplications Atlantic-Europe-African Theater,

cruitment program. then took part in Western Pacific

Before coming in the Navy in for two "end of I operations as executive officer
August 1944 he studied for his the rainbow" officer programs are and earn a college degree, and s commissioned an Ensign, U.S. of an attack carrier.
ultimately, commission in the Navy, or Second LT, U.S. Marine I
AB degree at Dickinson a
College.He now being accepted by the CI&E Prior to his retirement he was
Regular Navy. Eligibility require Corps. BUPERSINST 1110.3
also received his BD from Center with deadlines for sub- skipper of the Naval Air Test
ments are set forth in BUPERS- contains the eligibility require-
Drew University and his Masterof mitting occuring in August and Center, NAS Patuxent River,
INST 1510.69F. ments. Submission of applicationsfor
Sacred Theology at Temple September.The Md. Since retirement he has en-
NROTC to the Center will be
University.He earliest deadline falls on Another program, the Naval gaged in management and personnel -
accepted beginning August 1 and
resides in Quarters SS August 15 for those young men Reserve Officers Training Pro ending September 20. development, and market-
aboard the Station with his wife I and women interested in applying gram (NROTC), offers trainingin ing, and is presently a memberof

Evelyn A. Radcliffe. They have for the Naval Enlisted Scien- any one of 52 colleges or uni- For further information on the board of directors of an

three children: Robert, 19; Harry, I tific Education Program (NESEP). versities throughout the nation. either of these officer programscall insurance company. He is a native -

/ 17; and Thomas, 13. Here is an opportunity to study Upon graduation, the applicant the CI&E Center, ext. 8556. of Forrest City Arkansas.H1f .


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19 July 19B2MAS
Page 2 lAX Am NEWS

-9 Station Traffic Liberty vs Communism]

Violation/ RecordThe

CAPT J. R. Compton _. ... Commanding Officer\ following is a report
COR Walter J. chub _. _. __... Executive Office of motor vehicle accidents and Modern Representative Government
Fleet Air Jacksonville NAB 6ND
ADM Joseph M. Carson ._ __ Commander traffic violations for the period Modern representative government follows two forms

CAPT Vincent Casey _.... .. Chief of Staff July 8MNUMBER In the presidential form, the chief executive is elected to
Fleet Air Wing Eleven ACCIDENTSTotal and holds office irrespective of
CAPT Gilbert J. Freuenhelm .. ......CommanderCAPT OF office for a definite term, the
Andrew H. Cowart ..___. ......___Chief Staff Officer Accidents this year legislature. In the United States, the President, as chief exe-
Naval Air Technical Training Unit through July 1962 ... .. .. ..137 cutive may be elected for a second term but not for a third

CAPT Eugene Harfiel F.D.Verdery Allen _.__.__. ____.......____. Commanding_. Executive OfficerCDR OfficerNaval Through July 1961 ,,,.. .... 135 term ,according! to the Twenty-second Amendment ((1951)).

Hospital NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE Under; a parliamentary gevern-. the legislature exerts a check

CAPT J. M. Manner -.____ ._ Commanding Office LAST INJURY IN MOTOR ment such as that of Great executive
__ ... upon the which is the
CAPT Stephen H. Tollni __ Executive Officer ACCIDENT 1 the voters elect the
VEHICLE Britain,
Naval! Air Reserve Training Unit most likely of these two branchesof
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. .i. Commanding Officer NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis members of the principal houseof government to develop into

CDR William M. Miller .__ _.._Executive Officer week (July 8-14) 62 Parliament or legislature, dictatorship.The .
Printed commertcally with non-appropriated fund In Jacksonville, Florida at in turn,
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July Speeding ........ ..... ... ,..............15 while the legislature the, Prime Ideal Form of Government
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Reckless Driving .. ......2 selects and controls Representative government is

Jacksonville, Naval Air Station' Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing Running Stop Sign .... ...... ...2 Ministers, namely, the chief the ideal form of government for

11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit end U.S. Naval Hoipltal. Information Officer Others .............................., ....43 executive officials or heads of. modern states. Under it, the
H. Planey Assistant Service of
Editor-Mae Spencer, J01; Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone, J01; Staff-Robert Forty-two drivers appeared the; various departments gov- liberty of the individual is best

Dodds, SA, Ruth Anne Roberts, SA. before the Traffic Hearing ernment. safeguarded in the modern
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and International At concerns liberty, the virtuesof world while in
Board at the meeting held on progress pro-
Councils of Industrial Editors. of
the representative system
The Jix Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material July 16, 1962. Disposition of follows I moting the general welfare is
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs the cases include the follow- government are as demo-: best assured. But, as implied
unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs. ing: Four lost driving and (1)) In large modern earlier, the ideal form may not
Editorial offices located ln\ Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone cracies, pure democracy or direct -
be the best for
extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. parking privileges aboard the participation of everybodyin any

Station, eight were assignedto government is impossible. given time.

remedial driving instruc- (2)) Representative governmentis The full representative system

'What Can You DoHere's tions, 21 received suspended the only other system that presupposes universal suffrage
wide education,
popular long
penalties, 10 were given warn- permits full indirect participation -
dismissed experience in local selfgovernment -
ings, four were ,
: of all the people in govern-
and two were referred to a sense of moderation, respect -
Officers for ment. for law, abiding tradition
Special CaseIn Commanding pos- ((3)) Under the presidentialform
sible disciplinary action, executive and customs and considerable
the chief is responsible -
DID YOU KNOW? national solidarity.The .
to the voters who
the year and a half that has elapsed since President can free peoples of the mod
Summing Up 1961 (total USA) change the President and Vice-
Kennedy delivered his inaugural address, much has been ern world have moved progress-
Deaths less than President at the election.
37,600 (400 next
said and written about his celebrated exhortation to his fel- ively toward the goal of repre-
1960). ((4)) Under the parliamentaryform
low Americans: "Ask not what your country can do for you- sentative government. This form
3,057,000 Injuries ((21,000 less the Prime Minister and
ask. what you can .do for your country." of government is the only mod-
than 1960). other Ministers are chosen by
That eloquent call lor "rilgn ern system that permits self--
about his bequest is that it was 242 500 Pedestrian Casualties the parliamentary parties in a
standards of strength and sa rifice" rule. It has proved the best
made by a naturalized citizen ((8% less than 1960)). legislature which, in turn, is
has been variously inter- safeguard for the rights of the
who did not take for granted, as More than 950,900 casualties elected by the voters, while the
preted, one interpretation individual. It meets the test of
some of us do, the'"freedom and from speeding. legislature can change the executive -
certainly Inspired recent
a storyin promoting the "greatest happiness -
liberty" we enjoy.He 14 550 Deaths Occurred on officers at any time.
the concerning New
news a of the greatest number" as
York jeweler named William did not, obviously-again as Weekends (Almost 40% of ((5) In both the presidentialand
well as the test developing
Berns. some of us do-regard the Trea- the total). the parliamentary forms, the
the of all citizens.
Berns, who died recently, was sury as a tax-hungry behemoth More than 34% of the drivers members of the legislature are good qualities

an Army enlistee in WWII. A Scot with an insatiable appetite for involved in fatal accidentswere chosen by the voters. Yogi Berra used to call his

by birth, he left a will naming the money we can earn. In the under 25 or over 65 ((6)) Under both forms, the leg- catcher's gear "the tools of m-

"The Treasury of the United astronomical area of government years of age. islature determines how far the ignorance."

States of America" as beneficiaryof revenue Berns' quarter of a Almost 29% of the casualties laws shill limit the liberty of individuals I There'' are a lot of "sports"

his estate of $250,000, to be million dollars is, of course, a occurred between 4 and 8 p.m. in the interest of pro around who may feel the same

used and applied for the gen- drop in the bucket, but the patriotic 87% of the vehicles involvedin moting the welfare and securityof I way about safety clothinggoggles -

eral government purposes of the devotion that promptedit personal injury accidentswere the entire community hard hats, gloves, safety

United States. The estate will is something to think about, passenger cars. (7)) In systems of representative shoes but, says the National

go to the Treasury on the deathof especially when tax time rolls Saturday was the most dan- government which, like the Am- Safety Council, you never see a

Bern's mother. around. gerous day of the week. erican system, follow the princi- pro like Berra get behind the

What prompted this unusual DON'T BE A STATISTIC ple of supremacy of constitu- plate without his protective

bequest? Berns' will gives the tional law, the Supreme Courtcan equipment.

answer. "I make the bequest Up The DRIVE BOTH CARS. check the legislature. I Guess that actually makes sa-
This that
means an expert,
he wrote, "in appreciation of the alert driver figures out what ((8) .Under both the presidential tfety clothing the tool of the intelligent -

freedom and liberty afforded in LADDER and the parliamentary forms, I' worker.
the other fellow may do, and
this country to all citizens, irrespective acts accordingly. Among other r-_....-
of race, creed or ( ": .':;j .
color." With Civilians things J fYir'r:.:. .I..

He's ready to stop for the
This is, to be sure, a highly i Twelve civilian employees of
fellow who
runs through "on
special case of one American's'response NAS Jax have been promoted in the yellow."
to the President's call. PEOPLE
accordance with the Station's ;, .,
Very few of us in the Armed Merit Promotion Program. He lets the reckless passer
Forces could follow Berns' example into line, even though temptedto uN17E12 -
Promoted at Overhaul and Re- '
even if we were so dis- pair Department were: Paul S. squeeze him. COMMUNISM

posed. But what is interesting Hutchins from Electronic Engineer He watches for the fellow POISONINGOK

GS-5 to Electronic Engineer, who may pull out of a parking t
): a
DIVINb GS-7; Joseph L. Pierotti, Tool- space.If
room Attendant to Production he possibly can, he stays DEATH
Dispatcher; Helen V. Russell, out of the way of the approaching BY STARVATION
Helper Upholsterer to Production driver who's trying _
., .
p r
Dispatcher; Robert L. Williams! to re-enter his own lane.

0830-Holy Communion All from Production ControlmanAC He shrugs his shoulders and

Saints' Chapel0930Naval ( Mechanic-General) to Pro- lets the road hog have his

Hospital Chapel duction Controller (Aircraft). way. That kind of competitionis

0930-Service of Divine Wor- Those promoted in Public too expensive.He .

ship, All Saints' .Chapel Works Department were: RobertD. keeps pedestrians, especially -

1100-Service of Divine Wor- Goedert from Supervisory children, always in

ship, All Saints' Chapel General Engineer, GS-12 to Supervisory .

CATHOLICSunday General Engineer, GS-

13; and Harry E. LeBeuf, Painterto

0630-Naval Hospital Chapel Leadingman Painter. Clerk Stenographer, GS4.In .

0900-1200-St. Edwards Chapel Promoted in Supply Depart- the Comptroller Departmentthose

Weekdays ment were: Kenneth R. Clevinger promoted were: Clarke S.

0700-King Hall ; Marilu E. Keester; and Doro- Foland from Accountant, GS7to

Saturday thea M. May from Stock Control Accountant, GS-9 and John S.

0800-St. Edward's Chapel Clerk, GS-4 to Stock Control Kaperak from Fiscal Accountirg

Confessions are heard from Clerk, GS-5. Lucile S. Whitbeck Clerk, GS-3 to Time, Leave &

1900-2000. from Clerk Stenographer, GS-3 Payroll Supervisor, GS-7.


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WAVES Make' Final 27 Civilian Employees

Anniversary PlansFinal

plans are shaping up for Reap Awards Of $1,185Twenty

the 20th Anniversary dinner

dance celebrating the establishingof seven civilian employees were presented with

the WAVES. beneficial suggestion awards recently. Checks totaling $1,185
The party will be held at 1830 and three letters of appreciation were awarded. The biggest
on July 26 in the Bluejackets share of the cheeks went to Overhaul and Repair Departmentwhile

Inn. Public Works and Supply Departments received one
The evening's festivities will of the checks each.
begin at 1830. The WAVES color
guard will present the colors at The largest check, $260 was ceived $25 for "Relocation of
1900 followed by the invocation awarded to Ralph D. Freemanof Battery Rack for UPS Generator
delivered by CDR John J, Rear- 0 & R for his "Salvage of: located at Bldg. 203". Another

don NAS Senior Chaplain.The ......:.. ." Amplifier Module"; the second check was awarded to FrancesB.
& : > 'i:::>:<<
largest check, $245 was presentedto
guests will be welcomed 4\ Millard of Supply Depart-
aboard LT Jeannette Elda M. Fizhugh and WalterH.
Green. $260 HANDSHAKE Ralph D. Freeman of the O&R ment for "Change in Preparationof
This will be followed by a read- Department receives a grateful handshake and a check for Smith, O & R for their ideaon Commanding Officer's Offi-
ing given by Angelia Pachowski, $260 from CAPT Robert H. Fagan. O&R Officer, he explains how "HR2S Rotor Brake Align- cial Correspondence". Letters of
RMC; and a plaque presentation.The his "Salvage of Amplifier Module" suggestion eliminates the ment" which is an Improved
Appreciation went to Richard 'A.
necessity of replacing a complete unit in the interphone amplifier method of satisfactorily check-
highlight of the evening of a highly technical piece of electronic equipment. This Cleveland, Ernest O. Carter,
will be the cutting of the large was the largest monetary award of the $1,185 worth of checks ing the IIR2S tail rotor brake Euell L. Cain and Hervert R.
birthday cake by Rear Admiral presented for benefical suggestions recently. assembly alignment with the Wright, who are all from O&R.
Joseph M. Carson Commander main gear box.
Naval Air Bases and CommanderFleet
Other "Benny Suggers" were:

The Air dinner Jacksonville.hour has been set VP-30 Boasts Safe Thomas C. Cairns, $75; Walter H. s <; .
Fake Isaac J. Silver and
for 2130 which will be followedby
Harvey L. Smith, $50; George C.
a Bennett, $50 and David R. Ever-
Committees for the celebration: Fiscal Year 62
Decorations: Linda Wyckoff, ington, $50; Jacob B. Oneake and
PN3 and Cenie Leong, PN3 bothof Richard H. Smith, $35; Walter L.
"An outstanding year" were Rhodes and Fred Williams, $35;
MPO Ethel
; Doke, SN, A/C Wings, Atlantic.On .
the recent words of CDR W. W. Walter E. Riviere, $30; Alvin L.
Jan Achard
Maint.; AA, Supply; June 1, VP-30 DetachmentAlfa
Lois Toomey, YN3 and Pat Stone, Honour, Commanding Officer of; was commisisoned at NAS Green, $30; $25 awards went to
Patrol Squadron Thirty. The the following: Harold A. Ches-
TDAN of FAETULant Det Two
; Patuxent River with LCDR J. W.
and Gloria Blaylock, SA of comment was prompted when the brough and Walter II. Smith;
Townes Jr. as Officer in Charge. '
Operations. totals of accident free fiscal '62 Edward M. Lewis; and Wanda S.
The creation of the detachment
were summed up. Forlaw. John J. Wensten, BennyF.
: Betty Davis, YN2, added the Navy's newest air-
Alderman and Daneil T. Mas-
ComFairJax; Louise D e n son, In training 213 Replacement craft, the P3V "Orion" to VP- ,
DK3 and Ruth Ann Ree, DKSNof Pilots 100 Replacement NAO's. 30's training inventory. terson, received $20 awards and
the Navy Finance Office. and 413 Replacement Aircrew- Patrol Squadron Thirty, the $15 awards went to Homer J.
Entertainment: Ann Southard, men in the complex systems of Atlantic Fleet's antisubmarine Eldredge, William J. Kelly, Allan -
AK3, Supply; Betty Davis, YN2, the P2V "Netpune" and P5M warfare replacement patrol train- Myerson, Alex Bandy, and Mrs. Stillman

ComFairJax; and Mary Ann "Marlin, plus their application to ing squaron, proudly stands by Burton E. Scott, all of whom are
Bowie, SN of O&R employees. Mrs. Stillman
Supply. the latest techniques of ASW it's motto-"our product is our
Color Guard: Jodi Hackney, 4,059 flights were flown. The most important progress" and A Public Works Department

SN, FAETU Det. Two; Shiela I P2V's amassed 10.737 hours and looks forward to fiscal '63 as employee receive an award. He Wins HonorsThe
Kauanaugh, RMSN, Communications 10,694 landings. The P5M's tallied
even a bigger and better year. was Max L. Dickinson, who re-
; Lori Mayer, AC3, Opera- 2.025 hours and 2.052 land. Supply Department "Per-
tions and Freda Faircloth, ACAN, ings. The grand totaL 12,762
sonality of the Month for June"
Operations.Food hours and 12.727 landingsJustabout I is Mrs. Catherine I. Stillman,
: Carole Murray, SN, and one perhour and all acci I ADVERSE APPEALSQ. I I stock control supervisor In the

Barbara Green YNSN, Military dent free.Another. Disposal Division.In .

Personnel Office. feather in the VP-30 What are the general requirements that agencies commenting on the selec-

Hostesses: Vonda Freeman, PRO's hat was the Outstanding must follow la setting up their new appeals systems? tee's performance, CAPT John D.
SK2, Barbara Green, YNSN and received during the annual Ad- A. They must seek the views of employees and recognized Sullivan, SC, Supply Depart-
Carole Murray, SN, MPO, and and employee organizations on the development of and ment CO said, "Mrs. Stillman. ..
ministrative Material Inspec-
Delores Joiner, RMSN of Com- operations under the new system. The system must be pub- has, during recent weeks, been
munications. tion from Commander Fleet Air
lished and employees notified, and copies must be made I exceptionally effective by assisting -

:'lOC Y rrylyyNMt rR''a".' Md>. .',f4.q.G'r.. "'' '"MYlJ4 / available to employees and employee organizations. It must I in the final stages of dis-
.7. 1, .. .yf7, <..{ be in operation in time to process adverse actions startedon position of excess property at
,jrr.:.P3f .yr : K yvyem.kk:$ t'an4s1 or after July 1, 1962. Any subsequent changes in the sys- former NAS Richmond and the
tem must also be published after seeking the views of em- University of Miami. .. she accomplished -
ployees and employee organizations. the necessary tasksin
Q. What procedural steps are required prior to an appeal a most commendable and sat-

I ? isfactory manner .".
A. The first step is the agency's notice to the employeeof A native Floridian Mrs. Still-
the proposed adverse action. The employee then answers man began her Civil Service career -
t'HJr this notice, giving his reasons why the proposed action I in February 1939. She start-
should not be taken. If the agency decides to proceed with ed working at NAS Jax in the

the adverse action, it sends the employee a decision noticeto Disbursing Office in April 1942,
that effect. transferring to the Supply De-
Q. What does this notice consist of? partment in 1946. She was pro-
A. It gives the reasons for the action, and the moted to her present position in
effective date. It also must notify the employee of his rightof June 1957.Whiddon.

n> appeal.and to whom, where to file.the appeal, what the
time limits are, and where he can get more information. Finishes
Q. To whom should the appeal be made?
A. The employee has the choice of making his appeal to
his agency or to the Civil Service Commission. If he choosesto Cornell SeminarDaniel i

appeal to CSC he cannot appeal to his agency. If he R. Whiddon, a shop su-
chooses to appeal to his agency, he can later appeal to CSCif perintendent at the O&R Department -
he is not satisfied with the agency decision. will return to NAS
? Q. If the employee decides to appeal what should his next Monday following his weeklong *
r appeal consist of? participation in a Manage-
A. His appeal must be in writing, and it must tell why ment Seminar at Cornell Uni-
he thinks that the adverse action is unwarranted. The appeal versity in Ithaca, N.Y.
should also request hearing if he is entitled to one. The seminar, designed to im-
LEADER RETIRES Traditional Navy retirement cere- a What Is the time limit for appealing? prove employee communications,
monies rendered Walker T. Morris. AOC Leading Chief of
VA-44, as are he is shown being piped over the side earlier this A. The employee may appeal any time after he is was attended by 20 management
month, bringing to close 28 years Naval service. Morris bad notified that the agency has decided to proceed with the persons from various organiza-
been the Hornets leading! enlisted man since his arrivel at NASin adverse action, but not later than 10 calendar days after tions.
1956. He received high praise from the squadron's commanding the effective date. The time limit be extended the
officer CDR Mitchell C. Griffin, not only for his may by While there, Whiddon analyzed
constant striving to better the standards of dress and military agency, but only if the employee was not notified of the in-plant communication princi-
respect within the unit but also for the outstanding mannerin time limit, if circumstances beyond his control prevented his ples and organization, as well as
which he had performed his job and his work for bettering within the limit
appealing time ,, or for reasons thought suf- studying specific communication
the morale of the men. Cattle business is his new career in
Defuniak Springs. Florida. ficient by the agency. problems.

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? Z M,{', 'c 'a: I fAX NEWS AIR SPORTS

I :4.r,';:{: : Foley Ends 3rd In

, ; : t Regional Golf Sets

as r A trip to California and a chance to play in the AllNavyGolf

Tournament was won by VA-44's Jerry Foley last Fri-

day as he placed third in the South Atlantic Regional Open.
Golf Tourney held here at NAS.

Foley's drive for first place

; Four Net MenRepresent was halted mid-way in the four

day go-round by Fred Blackmarof

k Corpus Christi, Texas, who
.id r.
Hx Jax broke their tie and went into
CM: 1111 the final day's play leading by

:'<:::,:, ,{ ;( A + .+ f two strokes. He capped the tour-
In 6ND HassleDick ney adding two more, ending
LINKSTERS-Checking the tabulation on his score card is South Atlantic Reg.
ional Senior Division Golf Champion Hugh Baskette of VU2. NAS Oceana, while Mary Bisen- with a total of 301 low. Foley'sthird
ius, from Naval Hospital Jax, winner of the Women's Division and Fred Blackman of Corpus Gaskill, Champion of place low was 308.
ChristL Tex.. the Open's Champ, look on. Baskette ended the four-day Tourney, which was NAS Jax and ComFairJax In second place, with only four
hosted by the NAS golf course, with a 305 low total. Miss Bisenius led her competitors with a 374. Singles and Dougles Tennis
Blackman recorded the lowest total in the event with a 301. strokes out was Earl Fennel of
Tournments, is in the process of VU-4, NAS Oceana, Va.
:4ar n'IA4yqY: 'e'Y 9,p'.rr.7+a.n rjt'Sr.Y:M.: r'rJ}: W-0PM{{ training the four-man Jax Navy

team which will leave for Pen- Neighboring golfer Ben Jennettof
; VF-62 Cecil Field ended in
Clay PigeonExpel. ,
sacola next week and take a stabat
fourth with 311.
the Sixth Naval District a

: H Championship, running July 25- SENIOR DIVISION CHAMPis

Cited By SecNav 28. Hugh Baskette of VU-2,

Besides himself, Gaskill hopesto Oceana, who lead all the way,

take along John Sutor of out stroking his competitors by
NAS Jacksonville's Ken Pendergras, AEC, has re-
VA-44 who was the Fleet Air 21 strokes and ending with a
ceived a Well Done from Secretary of the Navy Fred Korth
for his efforts in the Blue Mountain Skeet Championshipwhere runnerup and the other Doubles respectable 305 low.

the Navy team set a new world record at Harris- Champion; Leon Dulin, of RAT- In a sudden-death decision,

burg, Pa., July 6-8. CC and Mike Shyjan of NATTU. CAPT J. A. Smith, CO of NAS

The Navy's five-man team While attending the Naval Cecil Field, wrapped up second
control of the Marine'Corps at Academy Gaskill played on the
in the Senior's
place by downing
consisted of Ken Sedleckly, ,
Quantico, Va., and a third is Annapolis team. His other net
Robert Dudley of Memphis, Tenn.
Naval Air at An-
of the Facility
the at Fort achievements include
sponsored by Army former
Both men tied in their final
drews Air Force Base Chief Al-
South Atlantic
Benning, Ga. Regional Singlesand
score tabulation and since only
len Butthick of Patuxent River,
Since this will be the only International Doubles Champion runner-
Md. Marine Colonel D. L. Cool the top two Senior Division win-
Trap Range in this up in: the 1957 All-Navy Tennis
ners are eligible to go All-Navy,
of Washington, D.C., Marine Ma- area, arrangements will be madeto matches, and former City of
it necessitated another
round of
jor Bill Loos of Quantico, Va., Ken Jacksonville Champion.
allow civilians to utilize these Pendergras
"sudden death" It
and Chief golf. only wentto
facilities. Sutor's experience ranges backto the first green where CAPT

of a possible 500 pointsthe When the present Skeet Range Suns To Shine his college days when he wasa Smith proved his golfing skill.
Navy team scored 497 to set has been remolded and completed member of the Miami of Ohio
the new record over the previ- University team. WINNER IN THE WOMEN'S
for use, tryouts will be held
ously established 496. here for the International Team At Home For Dulin was also a collegiate DIVISION was Mary Bisenius of
It was the second record broken the Naval Hospital, Jax., who
which will represent the United varsity player while attending I
this year by the team, the ended up the tourney with a total -
States in the Pan American North Texas State College.
first being at the Pam American of 374, 16 strokes better than
Games to be held at San Paulo, Next 10 DaysThe Shyjan is equally strong on
Skeet Championships at Dallas Brazil.Pendergras'. the courts. second place Betty Brown of the
Texas, in June, when the team Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Ports-
future plans include The foursome feel they havean
front-running Jacksonville
combined their efforts for a grand mouth, Va.
going to the National excellent chance of takingthe
Suns home'Friday from
total of 990 out of 1000. The old come a
record was 987. Skeet Championships at Montreal long road trip to open a 12-game Open Team Championship in I Third in the ladies runningwas

Canada, for 10 days. He will home stand with Atlanta, Toronto Pensacola, and if they should, it. Teddie Jackson of the Naval
Although Pendergras retired then travel to Fort Benning, Ga., and Buffalo providing "the will earn them a bid in the Hospital, Charleston, S. C. Her
from the service in February, he to participate in the Inter-service: opposition. Regionals which follow the next low total was 398.

was called back to active dutyto Skeet and week at Bainbridge Md. A win
Trap Championships, Atlanta's Crackers move into AS A RESULT of their standings -
establish the Navy's only International and finally journey to LacklandAir town for a four-game series there could lead to the All-Navy these golfers will go to San

Trap and Skeet Force Base for the final opening Friday night. A double matches which will have beads Diego Calif., for All-Navy Golf

Range which will be located hereat tryouts for the U.S. team and a header is on tap Saturday, with turning at Newport, R.I. Tournament, Aug. 22.
NAS Jax. It will be the fourthof
much after to Cairo
sought trip another 'single fray set Sunday.The .
its kind in the U.S. The Air
Egypt, in October for the Inter- Suns then face their two
Force operates one at San An-
national Skeet and Cham-
Trap closest rivals in succession. The
tonio, Tex., another is under the pionships.
always dangerous Toronto Maple T

Leafs, Managed by Chuck Dres-I

NATTU Sports sen, clash with the Suns in a
Touch Football Refs four-game set beginning Monday.

I The Buffalo Bisons then come

RoundupBy To Meet August 7 into town for four-game set, 1r4ra 1k33F' ':.

D. W. Warren, JOSN beginning July 27, including a

The AE "Blue" team' is for the The first session of the clinic double header on the 28th. }:' R.., r .

first time seriously threatened in for IM Touch Football referees Highlight of the upcoming ycMt::: ?F a, #'..t.4w,.; :} <#3. ,'at: ,fwi'YvJr{ S h ;S:4Yr.R: ;:;',:<,
their bid for NATTU Intramural will be held in the Athletic Office home stand will be "Ben Ger- $ \ k ;i's.Xi ; ,

Softball supremacy as games Bldg. 3, Mainsidc gym at I aghty Night" Saturday. Friends

through last Friday saw AE 1900, Tuesday, August 7, for all and admirers by the thousands i ;

"Gold" pull within a half gameat persons interested in officiating. plan to pay honor to the genial :

10-2. Meetings will be held on Tues- Irishman manager of the Suns,
days and Thursdays for three who has guided the locals to

.. .. .. weeks. their current first place in the
They'll be going for the "ring- International League. One of the

er" at NATTU starting July 23. biggest crowds of the year is }w;:;, ..
} R
That's when Intramural "Horse- Fall Bowling expected Saturday night. I

shoe Pitching" gets underway to Tickets at reduced prices for I

start a whirlwind of summer Leagues FormThe military personnel are availableat

sports at the training unit. first meeting for the or- the NAS Special Services Of- 6ND

Tennis and swimming will take ganization of the Fall IM Bowl- fice in Buliding 704. Single VA-U, ifrei BOUND-John two of the four-man Sutor (left tennis) and team Dick, Gaskill.from Jax both Nul'who of

the spotlight in August with ing Leagues will be held on Wed- games start at 1930; double head- play in the> Sixth Naval District Championship matches

football leading the Fall season nesday, July 25, at 0930 in the ers at 1800; and Sunday games at at Pensacola. Fla.. July 2528. Gaskill is the NAS and ComFaIrJax -
Singles and Doubles Champion. He and Sutor teamed
in September. Mainside gym. 1800. take the laUer.Pag.4 up toII




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Evening Of Fun"Wherever Use Chain Of Command For

they go! USO-this is the motto of United

Services Organizations, Inc., which operates 139 clubs within Personal Personnel ProblemsThe

the continental United States and 18 overseas clubs. Theseare ., x

backed by 22 other points of service in the United things closet to a Navyman's heart-leave, future

States and by 14 similar points of service overseas, pro- assignment, promotion, early separation, and sometimes hu-

viding a total of 193 USO service centers for world opera- manitarian shore duty or hardship discharge-are usually

tions in support of the American Armed Forces. what he writes a letter asking someone about. During 1961

Locally the Club is housed at the Liaison Branch of the Bureau of Naval Personnel re-
for evening stated Brig-
it's new quarters-318 No. Oc- cost an ceived 'an average of 49 letters each working day, mostly

ean St., Jacksonville. There is adier Miller. concerning these subjects. All of these 11,476 letters had been

also a club at Jax Beach at 610 forwarded by a member of Congress.Often .

Ocean Front St. the first notification re- '
New Rules Govern This is a time consuming, costly
Directed by Brigadier Emil AN EVENING'S FUNbeginswhen ceivted in the Bureau of Naval I
procedure, but in order to makea
Miller, the Jax USO provides a Brigadier Emil Miller, DI. Personnel regarding a man's'
wide variety of services and entertainment Mobile Home Moving rector of the Jacksonville USO problems is through a congressional : just and correct decision on
all received and in
greets Elaine Prouty, SN Will- requests order -
for the militarymen inquiry. Although the
lam Lackney, AD2 Sharon Bar. to stay within the bounds of
and women. A new rule governing the osh, SA and Wesley Yates, AA, man's right to correspond with protocol, it must be followed.
Each week's doings are high transportation of mobile homes at the entrance of the NewUSO his elected representative may)
However to the who made
lighted with a dance on Friday by those servicemen being sep- headquarters at 318 No. OceanSt. not be abridged, this method of
., Jax. (upper left photo). The the request, this lengthly, time
night. Another popular activity arated has been announced by submitting
two Waves are assigned to the a request consuming procedure can be
is the Disc Jockey Show on Wed. I Washington officials.It Military Personnel Office and interim reply to the congressman quite painful if his
personal request -
nesday's at 2000. Each Sunday a states that those persons the two bluejackets to Aircraft and a letter to the man advising ;
is as' is the usual
Maintenance Dept. (photo on case, one
feature movie is shown free of
trailers by him to submit a request
who want to move right) Elaine and William spin of urgency.
charge. I commercial means will have to some records while in center through his chain of command. Quicker Results
For those people interested in photo Wesley enjoys a gameof official
Eventually enough information
the hauling costs and be reimbursed -
pay An official request in accord-
I with Sharon (not
music there are pianos and pho- ping pong arrives at BuPers to''
later. shown). These are just a few ance with the BuPers Instruc-
nographs with the latest selec-" This rule does not affect those of the activities servicemen and afford a fair and acurate determination I j i tions through his Personnel Offi
tion of records. ""* free of in the .
women may enjoy case.Congressman
entering retired status or who cer will bring quicker results to
In the at the downtown USO.
way of sports, ping charge
do their own hauling. Advised I the Navyman with a personal
pong, chess and checkers equip-
The reason for the new rulingis ReservesContinued As a matter of courtesy to his personnel problem. The assign-
ment are available for I
an ev ning's -
that often times there are excess position, the congressman will ment section of BuPers will also
amusement. costs involved and, because ( from page 1) normally be advised of the out answer unofficial personal let-
To top off the evening free refreshments its to civilian life '
for return
'the man has been taken off the come of the request first and ters addressed to Pers-B2 con-
are provided. military pay record, it is diffi- other reserve squadrons are then later the commanding of- cerning questions in this area.
Everyday services include
a cult to collect these excess planning their two-week active ficer will be notified so that appropriate (Reprinted from The Newport

library, checkroom, shaving charges once the man has been duty periods. action may be taken. | Navalog)

equipment, mending, pressing accommodations H e Ii i copter Antisubmarine -------_. --------_._-- _m_'_,'_ ___ "" '_ __ .___ _
package wrappingfor separated. Squadron 741 will drill in Jack-

gifts and mailing, shoeshine After the move has been made, sonville'and off the coast from

equipment and stationary.The I however, the separatee can file July 23 to Aug. 5. rf

USO Club presents a reimbursement papers which are Patrol Squadron 934 and Naval

friendly and familiar atmosphere figured on the basis of the new Air Reserve Maintenance Unit

where the serviceman and wo- trailer moving rates, a maximumof 935 from NAS Willow Grove,

man can enjoy themselves at no 36 cents a mile. Penn., are wrapping up their I.

second week of training. :

Jacksonville's Marine Attack

CommandTHE Squadron 142 is now' training at
U. S. Armed Forces Top the Marine Corps Air Station,

Beaufort, S.C., and the Flying
HONORABLE JOHN f. KENNEDY Gators, VMA-144, the first Mar-

COMMANDER IN CHIEF OF THE ARMED FORCESMilitary ine Corps Reserve Aviation Unitto

conduct maneuvers outside the
Maxwell D.
Repreientative-General of Defenie-Robert S. McNamaraDeputy United States, returned last Fri- y >, a t a' 4

Secretary of D.f.nll-Roswell L. Gilpatrie day from Roosevelt Roads, Puerto ;: :,
Dir.ctor, Retemh and Engineering-Harold Brown Rico.

officer in the naval K
Every serv-
M. Zuckert
ARMY-Cyrus R. Vance NAVY-Fred Korth; AIR FORCE-Eugene :,fit.
Hitch. Comptroller) NormanS. ice shall acquaint himself with,
( ;
DEFENSE-Charle. J.
VA-44 HONORMEN "Blue Jacket of the Month"
Paul (Manpower); Paul Nitze (International Security Affairs);. Thomas D. obey and enforce the laws, standing Plane Captain of the Month" honors for July have
Morris (Installation and Logistics. ); Arthur Sylvester (Public Affairs); John T. regulations, and orders relatingto been awarded to D. D. Culberson, AT3 (left), and J. E. Land
McNaughton (General Counsel); John H. Rubel (Research and Development); the Naval Establishment sillell, AN, respectively. Culberson was commended for his
Steuart L. Pittman (Civil Defense). aility to make good and wise decisions in a tight spot, and for
Chief of Staff he shall act in accordance with his willingness to undertake another job and assume more
GENERAL LYMAN I.. LEMNITZER': USA-Chairman Joint responsibilities in the interest of harvesting better results.
the public interest and in con-
Staff of Army
GENERAL GEORGE H. DECKER-Chief of Landsiltel, cited while serving as a plane captain on the AD
ADMIRAL GEORGE W. ANDERSON, Jr.-Chief of Naval Operate formity with the customs of the line, was commended for the outstanding manner in which he
GENERAL CURTIS E. LeMAY-Chief of Staff of the Air Force service. always carries out his duties, and his willingness to apply him
,GENERAL DAVID M. SHOUP-Commandant of the Marine Corps self wholehartedly to any assigned task. Both men were lauded
ADMIRAL EDWIN J. ROLAND-Commandant of the Coat Guard I -Navy Regulations, 1209 for their military bearing and personal appearance.

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Food Poisoning Is ;Na. Wi e\\ .

: : O n t. .

Summer ThreatAn '. ,, > '

Jacksonville Navy Wives Club

unwelcome visitor is almost No. 86 held their monthly bus-

I certain to visit some parts ing after dressing poultry or iness meeting on July 11th at

I of Florida during the hot wea- swine. Washing eggshells will the Clubhouse in Dewey Park.A .

I ther. It's food poisoning. It can also help prevent infection.A farewell coffee was given on
and sometimes fatal
be avoided. One kind can kill rare Mondaymorning in honor of
food is botulism caus-
the State Board of poisoning :'' Mrs. E. Kubisiak. Hostesses
you, says : .' ''''f. I were
Health. ed by improper preparation of 't4- ,,:; .... Mrs. T. J. Bennett, Mrs. M. Scul-
canned and preserved foods. M.. 4''". .z ., ".
i' >=W" v
is Eklind.
The most common type ly and Mrs. H. H.
caused by staphylococcic bacteria Symptoms are double vision, dif- i Mrs. L. Driscoll announced

which form in cuts and abrasions, ficulty in speech and breathing, I that the monthly social will be

\ and persons thus affected should i and other neurological symptoms held at the CPO Pool at NAS
, i caused by action of the toxin in
not be involved in food prepara- Cecil Field. The pool party will
the nervous'system..
tion, Dr. Clearance M. Sharp, As- > V fy .*" s V--V *"% v>1 Vs S begin at 1900.
There were 804 cases of food ?|W MV &#V4f
sistant State Health Officer, af- At the Social-Educational
poisoning reported to the board

firms. last year.American. <<...) ....,.,;:x::...:i:.:."..... ,.;;..,; ..:..:'...:: "'.::,.., '. t. ."'", Meeting on July 25, a film on
At warm temperatures such t; :: : :: '. .: .tf".;:..' Muscular Dystrophy will be
foods a* potato salad cream .:.t. .US i.rGOAcir:6 UA' .R.O.';RESERV I t; shown. The meeting will start at

': :, L ; ; .. ., .. ;,, .: '
filled pastries ham. dry skim ...:.; :". :>, ..v.1b: :: .w 1930 at the Dewey Park Clubhouse -
milk, poultry and cheese are Mrs. J. is chair-
Now Skapyak
Flags USCG VIP VISIT-The Coast Guard Reserve Training Unit
ideal germinating places for the played host to Commandant 7th USCG District and his future man for the evening.The .
I bacteria. A few hours after the successor last week when the rear admirals arrived at NAS fora monthly Pot-Luck Luncheon -

food is eaten nausea vomiting, Free To Mexican review of Coast Guard installations in the aNa. RADM will be Thursday, July 26
Theodore J. Fabik present district commander (right)) looks on
diarrhea and stomach
cramps as RADM Irvin J. Stephens is greeted by CDR W. H. Main at 1230, at the Clubhouse. All
occur. the training unit's commanding officer. Admiral Stephens will members and guests are cordially -
Another bacteria which causess Border Service Vets relieve Admiral Fabik during ceremonies on July 25. Duringthe invited.
i m 11 ar symptoms, including course of the summer the unit will train over 300 Coast

chills and fever, is salmonella. Guard Reservist .

, This is sometimes found in intestines American flags may now be
, of given free to. drape the casketsof Freeze Postmark
swine and poultry. It Deep CICiSsified.eo
veterans of the Mexican Bor-
can be present on egg shells. It }
Service result of law
der as a a
can be picked up while dressing
passed by the 87th Congress, the FOR RENT
infected fowls or swine. A
per- Veterans Administration announ- Covers For PhilatelistsPhilatelists Furn. 3 bdrm. apt. EV 92628.
son can be a carrier-not ill him ced this week. Unfurn 4 rm house; EV 0.2782
self but able to pass the diseaseon Ortega Hills-3 bdrm, 1bth; EV
The flag may be given to the may obtain covers postmarked in Navy post 46531.

avoided to someone else. It may be next of kin or close friend of the offices at the South Pole and Byrd Stations in Antarctica, Unfurn 2 bdrm apt, $69.50 per mo.;

by thorough handwashr deceased after the funeral, B. J. and from U.S. Navy ships participating in Operation Deep 3887579.

Gannon, Officer-in-Charge of the Freeze which operate Navy post offices during the 1962-63 Lakethore bdrm, gar $75 per mo.;

VA Office in Jacksonville, said. Antarctic season. These covers must be requested during RA 4-8382 after five.
Four EV 9-0514 or EV 8-
room apt.;
Unlike veterans of the Spanish- August: and September of this .year. 9806.

American War, World War I, Only one cover per person I Riverside-furn. 4 room apt.; EV 8-
Island 1 1962. The
World War II and the Korean will be accepted for cancellationat by 9992.
I covers will probably be post- lake Shore-3 bdrm., unfurn:, $90 per
1 Conflict as well as certain peacetime Byrd and South Pole Stations.
marked the Antarctic EV 95954.
during mo.
I veterans, no provision had Ships will accept not more than ;
winter and returned between One and 2 bdrm, furn. apti. $45 to
existed up until now to furnish three covers per person. $55 mo. EV 89886.
October 1963 and April 1964.
, flags to those who had served on Postmarks from Byrd and Upper furn. apt., 5 closets. $80 per
Mainside-Susan Slade; 1900 Some of the covers may be returned mo., EV 88577.
the Mexican border just prior to South Pole Stations may be obtained -
the current Six house, good cond FL 9.9591
only. during operating room ;
World War I. by placing two addressed
NATTUnit-Magic Sword 1900 season.If Furn. cottage, $55 per mo.; EV 7.5789
; Principal beneficiaries of the envelopes with United States nights, EV 9-2529 dayt.

only. new law are an estimated 25,000 postage affixed, or accompaniedby postmarks from participating Riverside-room. Elec. plate, pri bath;
Hospital-The Accused; 1900 members of the federalized National an International Reply Cou- ships are desired, philatelists ,. EV 8.3151
I Lakeshore-unfurn., 3 bdrm. Ext. 368,
only. ;
I should than three
Guard who were mobilized pon for each cover requested, in place not more after 1700 EV 8-4188.
FRIDAY, JULY 20 following the Presidential calls an envelope and mailing themto addressed envelopes with U.S. FOR SALE

1 I Mainsie House Boat; 1900 of May 9 and June 18, 1916, Gan- : postage affixed, or accompaniedby I'I Seven rm. house, $600 down pay.;

only. non explained. DEEP FREEZE Philatelic Mail sufficient International Reply ,I EV 7-6679
NATTUnit-Susan Slade; 1900 in and mail Unfurn. 2 bdrm house; After 5:00 P.M.
U.S. Naval Construction Coupons, an
Approximately 157,000 guardsmen
I PO 5.2183 or EV 45410.
only. served on the Mexican bor- Battalion Center them to: Cedar Hills 4 bdrm, 2 bth $121

Hospital-Magic Sword; 1900 I der, for six to nine months. An Davisville, East Greenwich, DEEP FREEZE Philatelic Mail per mo; EV 9.3916 or Ext. 213

only. estimated 75 percent of these ser- Rhode Island (name of ship from which I House Trailer 8-50 trailer, 5.7
utility shed 5939 Roosevelt Blvd, lot 42
SATURDAY, JULY 21 ved subsequently in World WarI One cover will: be sent to Byrd postmark is desired) Cedar Hills-3; bdrm, home; EV 9.5609

Mainside-Cinderfella; 1900 and thus became eligible for Station, the other to the South (the Fleet Post Office address) Vene'ia-3 bdrm. $90 per mo. EV

only. burial flags for this reason. Pole for postmarking. If a cancellation 76540.

Ii NATTUnit-House Boat; 1900 The VA has requested post is desired from only Missile Destroyer Hoel Ortega Hills Dr.-3 bdrm, ,,2 bath
EV 86415.
only. masters, who distribute the burial one station the word "Byrd" or garage:
Hyde Grove Acres-4 bdrm, 2 baths;
Hospital-Susan Slade; 1900 flags to accept applications from "Pole" should be indicated on the Commissioned at Boston EV 8-6205.

only. the kin or close friends of these lower left hand corner of the CHARLESTOWN Mass. Yukon Tr Pk.-Trailer 43 ft, $2000,

SUNDAY, JULY 22 veterans of the Mexican Border cover. I I I Lot No. 40.
Mainside-Moon Pilot 1400 & Service. Covers must be mailed in timeto (AFPS) Commisioning cere- Ortega Hills-3 bdrm, garage, 2 bath.
; monies at the Boston Naval Den; EV 71492.
1900. reach East Greenwich, Rhode Shipyard here have ushered into Unfurn. 3 brm house, bath; EV 9-8319
NATTUnit-Cinderfella; 1900 at 0930 or 1615 or after,
service a new 4,500-ton guided Lakeshore bedrm i.nfurn. home,

only. missile destroyer, the Hoel. $70 per mo.; 4607 Manchester Rd.
: Hospital-House Boat; 1900 She is armed with Tartar sur- Three bdrm 1 tit baths, 3641 LeduryDr.

only. face-to-surface guided missiles, .; SP 1-0688.
MONDAY, JULY 23 Ortega Hills-3 bdrm, a/c, den. Low
5-inch 54 caliber ASROC
guns, mo. payments. 4768 Avent Drive.
Mainside-It's a WonderfulLife (antisubmarine rocket) and anti- Cedar Hills-3 bdrm, 2 baths. $89.45mo.

; 1900 only.NATTUnitMoon. submarine torpedoes.The .; SP 1.5505.Weslfield4 .
Pilot; 1900 437 foot long William R. bdrm, 2 bath family

only. Hoel is named in honor of a riv- room Wares; EV Trailer 74535.Court-Trailer 42 ft. $150

Hospital-Cinderfella; 1900 on- er pilot who helped Union Forces equity; Lot 67.

ly. take central of the Upper Missis- THIS 'N THAT

TUESDAY, JULY 24 sippi River in the Civil War. He Ride Wanted-Lake Shore to bldg 902
NAS, 0730 1600; EV 71619.
Mainside-Wild in the Country; <'t":: cleared the river of Confederate Ride Wanted-Ortega Hills to Admin.

1900 only. tAs; Navy forces, piloting his gun- Bldg 0800 to 1630; Ext 8117 or 8579,
NATTUnit-It's a WonderfulLife : boat Carondelet down the Mis- Mary Stewart.

; 1900 only. sissippi under direct fire from Ride Wanted-San Francisco around
Aug. 1. Two women, and children;
Hospital-Moon Pilot; 1900 Confederate forts along the CO 45081.

2 banks. Ride Wanted-from Royce Avenue and

only.WEDNESDAY, JULY 25 The retreat of Confederateboats Lakeshore Blvd. to O&R from 0700-
1530; EXT. 8160.
enabled Union Troops to
Mainside-Judgement at Nur- Reid from San Juan Ave. and Stim-
the oath of enlistment
DAD DID. .SON TOO-Administrating
emburg; 1900 only. cross into Tennessee. As a result son St. to NAS. Hours 0730-1600 Ext.
to his son, Joseph Leo Walsh, is LTJG J. W. Welsh NATTU ;
NATTUnit-Wild in the country AC "A" School Administrative Officer. The father-son ceremony Hoel 'was commissioned into the 741 or after 1700 EV 8-8700.

; 1900 only.Hospital was conducted at the Jacksonville Navy, Recruiting Station Navy and by the end of the war i Ride-from Normandy Village 0800-
It's Wonderful earlier this month. Young Welsh enlisted in the Navy under the had reached the rank of lieutenant 1630; Atkinson Ext 792
a school Ride, or car pool-from Arlington
High School Graduate Program and will attend airman
Life; 1900 only. upon completion of recruit training at Great Lakes. commander. i 0300-1630 to NAS; Ext 8246.

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