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NATTU Honormen .,.".

PVT D. L. Snyder, AE "A" Reserve Officer
School, 8443. 5 School Page 3

PVT. W. T. Jansen, AO "A"
Dental Birthday Page 4
School, 8398.

B. W. Barker, A02, AO "B" Sports Page 5

School, 84.94. FRA Caucus Page 6
Vol. 20 No. 23 U.S. NAS Jacknnvillt. Fla. 16 August 1962

I Specialized Reserve Unit

Toyland Departs For Roosy Roads

A little known but highly

Layaway specialized Naval Reserve out-

fit, composed exclusively of

Jacksonville men, departed ear-

ly this morning for active duty

Plan Set training at Naval Station, Roose-

velt Roads,. Puerto Rico.
Don't tell .
Naval Reserve Advance Base
there are only eight
Command Division ACORN 6-2,

until Christmas. t composed of 14 officers and two
Because the most
enlisted men, departed by air at
U. S. holiday is
0800 from the NARTU Hangarat
quickly growing near, the
NAS Jacksonville.
Navy Exchange
a..:r. Aviation reserve squadrons
scheduling its grand
frequently deploy to bases out-
August 29, at 0900.
side the U. S. continental limits
This year's Toyland,
cruises. Rare-
4)I for their training
Bldg. 514 on the corner
ly though do other inactive reservists -
scane St., and Enterprise
get to see overseas du
has display tables and
ty. Twice before this Jackson-
loaded with mountains of
vill ACORN has been sent to
from Santa's Helpers
bases outside the continental

from preschool toys, ; limits for active duty training.The .
blocks, to advanced
Advance Base Programwas
radio sets, railroad
26" bicycles. born, out of neces-

PERHAPS THE FINEST ity, during World War II, as a
of providing the trained
tion of stuffed toys and
and material requiredfor
girls' dolls to be found
different types of naval
in the Jacksonville area
bases especially on the islandsin
highlight of Toyland.The .
the Pacific. Groups such as
Navy Exchange put
ACORN 6-2 plan and coordinate -
order in at the North
the building of an opera-
early as April, with the ;
tional base composed of those
deliveries being made to
; tailored to the
components spe-
one month later. All Season the NAS Ex-
Navy cific base's mission.In .
there arc 2,000 different I 514 on the corner of Biscayne
display. ( ) 75 various dolls on display 1949 the Advance Base

There are two ( ) wonders of Santa's Helpers Command Program was estab-

(Continued Page 6, Col. ) I from 0900.1200 on Saturdays. (Continued Page 4 Col. 5))

BuPers Cites Need For Gala Opening At VA-15 Wins Second

Nuclear Sub TraineesThe Bluejackets The newly I redecorated Inn Battle Efficiency AwardAttack

Bluejackets Inn was officially
Chief of the Bureau of Naval Personnel has an- opened with ribbon cutting Fifteen Commanded by Commander
nounced that there is a continuing need for qualified un- Squadron ,
ceremonies Tuesday evening. David L. Munns has recently returned from deploymentin
restricted line officers of the grade of Lieutenant and be- Captain James R. Compton, the Caribbean, Sea aboard the USS Franklin D. Roose87th's -

low to apply for nuclear submarine training. NAS Commanding Off ice r, velt.
t --- strate the highest efficiency in
According to BuPers, officers Pers Instruction 1301.28A and performed the ribbon cuttingin
the of Rear Ad- the carrying out of its assigned
who volunteer and are selectedfor NavAct 5. Volunteers meetingthe presence While deployed, CDR Munnswas
criteria who miral Joseph M. Carson, Com- Commander mission.
eligibility are notified by ,
will be rewardedby
duty mander, Fleet Air Jacksonville THE VA-1S "VALIONS" fly
selected by a board convenedfor Naval Air Forces, Atlantic
the satisfaction that comes and Naval Air Bases 6ND the combat piston-driven
the purpose, will be orderedto Fleet, that VA-15 had won the
from participation in a programof Washington, D.C. for an interview and honored guests. coveted Battle Efficiency award Douglas AD-6 Skyralder. Often

vital importance to the secur- by Vice Admiral H. First Bluejacket to enter the for the second year in succes- called the "Workhorse of the
Inn, was Matthew Farrar, SN Fleet the AD-6 is the most
ity .of our Nation. Advantages, Rickover for final sion. This annual award is givento ,
G'I of Ground Electronics Main-
versatile attack aircraft in the
said tion of their acceptability the squadron in which both
the Bureau include
advanced tenance. the to deliver
world, having ability -
nuclear power training. pilots and enlisted men demon-
technical training, extra both conventional and nuclear -

pay, multiple command oppor- weapons with pin-point

tunities, and an increased pros- accuracy.

spect for early promotion. Military Legislation Benefits Services ) The Valions, proven to be the

most effective prop Attack
clear submarine duty will receive The 87th Congress is still in tion liberalizes the provisions of to retire in the "highest grade (Continued Page 6, CoL 3))

six months academic in- session but the prospect for pas- title 38 of U. S. Code relatingto satisfactorily held" in any serv-

struction at one of the Nuclear sage of any new military bills the assignment of National ice. Russian CourseRegistrationTonight

Power Schools (Bainbridge, I looks dim. However, military Service Life Insurance.A Congressional bills that would

Maryland or Mare Island, Cali- legislation already through the new bill permits persons amend title 38 U. S. Code, pro-

fornia) followed by six months session has brightened the out- eligible for veterans' benefits viding education and training for

practical instruction at one of look for all servicemen. under the war orphans' educa- veterans who served after Jan. A reminder to all those
the Nuclear Reactor Prototypes The quarters allowance hike tional assistance to attend foreign 31, 1955; an amendment to the persons who enrolled for the
certain cir-
located at Arco, Idaho; West has been signed by President schools Code to permit an extension Russian Language Course:

Milton, New York or Windsor, Kennedy and will go into effect cumstances. time within which certain edu- Registration will be held this

Connecticut. This one year of Jan. 1. Another bill signed into BILLS STILL ON THE legis- cational programs must be be- evening at 1800 in Bldg. 955.

nuclear propulsion training will law will permit servicemen to lative route include: gun and completed (pertaining to The course, being instructed -

be followed by Submarine accept fellowships, scholarshipsor Legislation in the Senate giv- persons 'called during the Ber- by Harry Glass, will be

School at New London, if not grants. ing commanding officers greater lin crisis) and legislation to re- conducted twice weekly, on

previously attended, and assign- CERTAIN VETERANS with a authority to hand down non-Ju instate the WWII veterans' edu- Mondays and Thursdays,

ment to a nuclear powered sub- wife or child are now assured dicial punishment for minor of- cation program. from 1800-2100.

marine. 'hat there will be no reductionin fenses. Most of this legislation will be Students are asked to bring

pension otherwise payable A bill in the Senate Armed in the hopper when Congress re- notebook and pencil tonightis

Interested officers may re- during hospitalization, and an- Services Committee allowing turns to Washington for its next Instructor Glass will out-

view the requirements in Bu. other firmed-up piece of legisla- members of the Armed Forces session. line the course of study.

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16 August 1962rnxw1uis

HAl, JKbom1rIe Violation Station Traffic RecordThe [ iberty vs Communisj

CAPTX' t Cowsptosrs .dMg OHIowlxcvftv THE RIGHT TO INFORMATIONIn
cot W hs* J. fctwb OfflcwIAOM following is a reportof all modern democracies, the right of citizens to receive -
Meal Air Jacksonville NAB aND motor vehicle accidents and full information regarding all actions of their gov.

Josef* M. CMKM Commander traffic violations for the pe- ernment is incontestable. This right to information includes
CAPT Vincent Casey: ChWf of staff
fleet Air Wing Eleven riod Aug. 511.NUMBER nhlication of the text of all laws, regulations and treaties.

CAM' GIlbert J. FrtvenhelmCATT ______Commander OF ACCIDENTSThis secret treaties.
Andrew H. Cowart _Ct kf Staff Officer week (Aug. 5-11) ...... 3 It It prohibits includes access of the publicto th! dictators' wish to hide. The
Naval Air Technical Training Unit accidents this delegates are handicapped by
CAPT ...".., D. Alien Commanding\ Officer Total year sessions of legislative de-
the Communist
through Aug. 11 1962 ......164 the obligation Party, and subservient
CM Eugene P. Verdery executive Officer bates. It also includes
Naval Hospital Through August 1961 ........165 of the government to inform to it.
CAPT J. M. Manner Commending Officer NUMBER OF DAYS mistakes The Communists in the U.S.
CAPT Stephen H. Toll,.. Executive Officer SINCE LAST INJURYIN the citizens S.R. even jam foreign broadcaststo
Naval Air Ie..,,. Training Unit in administration of any
MOTOR VEHICLE .... 9 cut citizens off from informa
CAPT Ralph L Elliott, Jr. Commanding Officer malfeasance of officers.
CDt WMIIam M. Miller. Executive Officer: NUMBER OF VIOLATIONS tion coming from abroad that
Printed' commerfcaHy with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville! Florida at This week (Aug. 5-11)) ...... 42 Democratic constitutions contain may be critical of the Soviet
IN expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-W Rev. July Speeding ..10 procedures compelling the Government.In .
!fS& Oltrrtbvted free of charge to military and dvlllan penonnel of Heat AirJackaonvlll. to give full information -
., Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing Reckless Driving ....2 [ official other words, the Communist
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hospital. Running Stop Sign ....2 regarding Party, as the "vanguard of
Andrew H. PUney -" Assistant Service Information Officer Others .28 operations. Of course, the existence the masesss," considers itself the
Editor-Mae Spencer, JO1; Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone, J01)) ff-Robert drivers appeared of an opposition party or
of the
Fifty-six guardian of
Dodd, SA; Ruth Anne Roberts, SA. of criticism
full -
with rights
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and Inemetlonal before the Traffic Hearing Au- parties, proletariat, and will give only
Councils of Industrial Editors. gust 13. Disposition of the is the fundamental meansof such information as it considers
The Jut Air News h a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material cases included the following: enforcing publicity.Even proper for the masses.
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photo
frephs unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs. Twelve lost driving and park- so, modern democracies Of course, such a system lends
Editorial offices located m Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone ing privileges aboard the Station also provide special means for itself to covering up all govern-

extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. 13 were assigned to remedia'l all parties to compel any reluctant mental mistakes and blunders,

driving instructions, 23 administration to divulge which in a parliamentary government

received suspended penalties, information. would lead to the fall

It Could Be MurderFor seven were referred to com- The methods used to elicit Information of the Cabinet.
manding officers for possible
from the Executive includes -

disciplinary acton. ((1)) the demand by either

Careless DriverMurder SIGN house of Congress that the President VP-16 Holds
Of the 298 traffic violators or a Cabinet officer furnish
appearing before the NAS Jax ,Family Day;
information certain subjectin
on a
is an ugly business. Yet, deliberately on every

day of every year, despite repeated forewardings, personaland July Traffic, 48 Hearing were Committee charged with in writing and ((2)) questioning of Leaves Sept. 1
Cabinet members committees
public, thousands of "good" American citizens set out by
disregarding stop signs at in- of F either house of Congress in The officers and men of Patrol
to murder, main or dismember human beings through tersections. of
congressional hearings. Squadron Sixteen hosted
careless, thoughtless use of their automobiles.
Often when "good citizens" find themselves behind the these motorists revealed that Again, the President and the their families at a pre-deploy-
of them slowed down to
some Cabinet members hold periodic ment Family Day on Tuesday,
wheel irrational mental
a car, they, by some lapse, begina 5 MPH, others failed to slow
conferences in which August 14.Believed.
dereliction press they
completely beyond reason or common sense.
down to 15 MPH and
even ; a
A dangerous delusion has slowly crept its way into the few other drivers paid attention answer questions by newsmen.In to be the first eventof

life of every American, reasoning that murder on the high- to the contrast to the citizens of its type held locally, the

way is somehow different, a lesser crime than a body shot All people know stop that failureto modern democracies, the citizens guests were welcomed by CDR
dead with a revolver.It of Communist regimes haveno C. E. Rodgers, CO of the squad-
for sign is of
stop a stop
has been said that "Manners maketh man." But the most dangerous constitutional guarantees for rom, at t4 ie NATTUnit Theater.He .
morals and driving obtaining information regarding outlined the mission of the
manners are closely equated. Without one the practices. Of the on-statidn
pther becomes merely an empty shell. accidents occurring in July, governmental operations and no squadron. The group was also
procedures to compel the dictatorship briefed on Provision of Medicare
Recently eight people were slaughtered during a fatal four were the direct result of
100-mile an hour "drag race" between two cars on a Mary- motorists failing to obey stop to disclose such inform- Plan.

land turnpike. One was a child born dead when the impact signs or yield the rightofway. ation. The families toured the
occurred. There are no opposition parties squadron area and were fetedat
The seriousness of these
This was not only murder, it was suicide! violations is indicated by the to condemn'the governmentfor a luncheon. In the afternoon
in its secretiveness. The press static displays of ordnance and
" $2,500 property damages re- .
and radio are usless for this survival equipment and aircraft
.. ..A ... .c.. . ..... ,.... .. .c' ,. .' .. sulting from these four ac-
( : cidents. purpose. They are controlled by were viewed by the visi
; : f.. the Communist governments.

N ': '' .:. Delegates in the puppet legislatures tors.The squadron expects to deploy -

.: : ; ; : <:J;.k3 ... have no to force to location on
:} ,t/ it;: ? Six Miss America power an overseas
\\4i \
., ,.. .
> '* .
; .i,:?; .I., ".i',<.i"A <, .J".t'. :.::; the
: ;::< \:< .V "", :::;,, ": ::" ; dictatorship to reveal what September 1, 1962.
Entries To Visit 'Y
Y' '

NAS, Jax f

Six bautiful girls are comingto

NAS Jax for a visit on Aug-
: h fi x o
t .:>. .... ust 21.The.
: six entries
are in the Miss

., America contest and their visitto
the Station will be part of '
Y' 44>'
# f4 : I Ik the overall visit to Jacksonville.The iF'

girls are being brought to
....;,I .. .
i : .:.:P..w: .
Jax from their respective states "'Ji>"Hs:>: *

as guests of the Florida Times

Union and Jacksonville Journal.

Gloria Brody, of Jacksonville,
who as Miss Florida in the Miss I

; America contest, will act at the

hostess to the other beauties. _
!O' They will be Misses Georgia

GOOD EATING-CAPT G. J. Frauenhiem, Commander Malick, Miss New Jersey; Ann
Fleet Air Wing Eleven (right) receives a basket of peaches Verner, Miss District of Colum-
from CDR E. F. Martin, Jr. CO of VP-672 reserve squadron bia; Evelyn Ellis, Miss South
from NAS Atlanta. VP-672 is the guest of VP-18 while presently -
undergoing two weeks active duty for training at NAS Carolina; Katherine Cross, Miss
Jax. While in Jacksonville, VP.672 has been engaged in fleet Georgia; and Paula Heins, Miss
exercises and varied tactical assignments, including overseas New York.
111"1 mi vxwMNWflMHHHHMsW .7 .< $?**&*# <""*
to AFB, Puerto Rico and Kindler AFB, Bermuda, >
flights Ramey
The girls will arrive by yachtat ??ORiAR V< HUNTER OF HURRICANES-Reading a
during the past weekend. The squadron, consisting of 22 officers a r.. '
and 63 enlisted men, will return to its home station, NAS the Boat House here at 1400 Hunter" depicting him as an honorary Navy "Hurricane
Atlanta, on 18 August.Elementary and will visit with Attack lion is Jacksonville Mayor Haydon Burns. The nta-
was made to his Honor by the VW.4 squadron skipper
Squadron 44 where a special CDR Joshua A. He
also made an identical present
Schools Needs Teachers program has been ararnged by lion to Mrs. Jean Cook of the downtown council.

: three teachers. squadron personnel. A short The certificates, wert presented the city officials In "thanks
Mrs. Amelia Erwin, principal I for the support given the which
squadron each hurricane
Anyone having the required stop at the Naval Hospital i is runs from June I season
of the.Cedar Hills Elementary "lit through! November 30. Said Mayor Burns.
the wasn't for
qualifications may call Mrs. also on agenda. the Navy I Hurricane Hunters who show superhuman -
School announced this week Erwin at FL 9-7177 for further The girls will leave' by auto feel that efforts each and every time they fly into a storm. x
at about 1530. the lives lost and property damage would be far
for information.
that positions are now open greater than what it i.s now."


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16 August 1962 SAX AIR Page 3

F c School Bells Ring Soon

For Reserve OfficersMany

officers of the Naval Reserve, Marine Reserve

and Coast Guard Reserve will soon be going back to schoolas

L:. the seventh year of the Jacksonville Reserve Officers

School, begins September 4. .
Courses for the coming year
are ABC Warfare, Orientationto
Sqdns Command, Industrial Rela-

tions, International Law, Space
L i s Technology and Organizationfor
Begin Training Sat.Two National Security. The last

two courses are one semester
squadrons of the MarineAir courses.
Reserve Training Detach-
ment here begin 15 days annual Classes will start Tues-
summer training Saturday. day, September 4 at 1930 at the

j t Marine Attack Bolles School, 7400 San Jose
ARRLflfl SI Squadrons ;' Blvd. After this first meeting,

341, commanded classes will be on Monday eve
by LTCOL nings. Officers not presently

Irving B. Hardy, enrolled should complete all
will conduct enrollment papers no later than
DOUBLE CENTURIANS- a sign of their accomplishment. this fire VA.176 maneuvers a t the first meeting if credit is to
"Thunderbolt" pilots have, totally, paced their propeller driven AD-6 Skyraiders on the deck of start with that meeting it was
the USS Shangri-La 200 times. They are (left to right) LTJG D. L. Troncaili. LT G. S. Wren, NAS Jackson-
LT C. F. Zezxa LT D. P. Thomas and LT F. D. White. The squadron is presently in the Mediter- ville. HMM-765, announced. Enrollment at the
anean, expecting to return to NAS Jax In September. commanded by LTCOL Hardy next few meetings is possiblebut

MAJ E. K. Eklund, will be airlifted attendance credit will only

VA Gives Facts On CAPT Saunders Becomes to the Marine Corps Land- start when all paperwork is

Ing Field at New River, N. C., submitted.By .
New Director Of Waves for its 15-day training period.
.. enrolling in NROS, Re-

Vet. Home BuyersThe CAPT Viola B. Saunders re- r t '- River While, at HMM-New serve promotion officers and retirement may earn points both

lieved CAPT Winifred Q. Collins t. 765 will be integrated -
preparing themselves to
average veteran home buyer in 1961 was not quite as Director of the Waves ina Ii into a'' better serve their country when

34 years old and paid about $14,315 for his home, the VA has joint ceremony held in Wash- !! HMM regular- 264 Flee, needed.

announced. ington D.C., August 9.
Marine hell Further information be
Although the ages of veteran home buyers ranged from may
CAPT Collins retires September copter squadron obtained from the NROS, by
under 25 years to over 50, those In the 30 34 age bracket
32 of the homes purchased. Those in the 1. She is the first Wave of- a step de-; dropping in on Monday eveningsor
bought percent
to ficer to retire after 20 years active MAJ Eklund signed to bring, by calling the Commanding
according a
25 29 age bracket bought percent,
service. reserve training in line with! I Officer, LCDR Vaino Nelimark
Administration.B. .
the Veterans
survey recently completed that received by regular aviation at FL 9-4461 after 1930 on Mon-

J. Gannon, Officer in Chargeof units. day evenings.
the VA Office in Jacksonville, Popular Couple In 1942 I VMA-341 is the only unit of

pointed out that with $14,315 as MARTD Jax to train at its home

the average price paid for homes base. "
bought with VAguaranteedloans Return For NAS VisitVernon .
homes costing less than :Classified
$12,000 accounted for 25 percentof Hammer, a former Ma- In these and others he appearedwith Daughter Of O&R .
all homes purchased. The ma- rine sergeant attached to the Na- Fred Astaire, Frank Mor-

jority of homes bought, however, val Air Technical Training Cen- gan, Mary Boland and Gypsy Employee ChosenAs FOR RENT
were either in the $12,000 to ter here and wife Winnie, who Rose Lee.

$14,999 bracket (34 percent) or worked in the prop shop of Ov- His wife, the former Winnie Miss Furn Unfurn.4 house rm ,house$60,per$50 mo.; SPM142
the $15,000 to $19,999 bracket erhaul and Repair (A&R then), Powell, was one of the loveliest Maypori EV 8-5372. per mo.;

(35 percent). and their two daughters stop- of the famous "Roxeyettes"The Miss Penelope (Penny) Wintz, Murray Hill-Unfurn 2 bdrm house,
ped off long enough to try to Hammers were quite was selected Miss Mayport 1962 $60 per mo.; EV 9-4275 or SP 12877.
MORE THAN 66 percent of the familiar surroundings.Their Lakethore-furn apt., $50 per mot
popular during their stay here by a panel of five judges at the EV 9-4275.
veterans bought new homes withan daughter Gail, now 17, from 1942-45. They entertained Mayport Beauty Pageant held Furn Apt., $50 per mo. EV 7-7252
average price of $15,065 while born here at the Naval Unfurn 6 1 bth
was regularly for servicemen hereat last Friday evening.She r. house, $60 per
nearly 34 percent bought older Hospital. Also along was daughter mo. EV 85517.RiversideEff..
the Station and in the area is the daughter of Mr.
homes with an average price of Ellen, 13. and their names were legend to and Mrs. L. A. Wintz of 3910 EV !8-9886! apt. $45 per mot

$12,840. Hammer prior to his Jax duty, those men who served here dur- Hollingsworth St. Wintz is a Furn rm and kit, $35 per mOl EV

20% of theveterans' was a Broadway performer. He ing that time. leading man mechanic at NAS 8-4235.
Approximately bought appeared with Eddie Brackenand "We planned this trip for Jax O&R. Furn 3 room apt, 2574 Post St., $75
in the sample per mo.; EV 66301.
their homes with down payments Van Johnson in the play many years", said Hammer and The new Miss Mayport also Orange Park-2 bdrm apt CO 4-5151
averaging about 10% of the pur- oo Many Girls"; with Fred- his wife. "A lot of things still received the title of Miss Con- Lakeihore bdrm, house, $90 per
chase price. The other 80% of eric March in "The American look familiar after 17 years, geniality during the contest. mo. EV 7-J187 or Small at ext 494.
Way" with Fred MacMurray in the both First Miss Orange Park-3 room furn apt., $55
the veteran home buyers madeno ; except planes, they runner-up was per mo.; SP 16018.Riverside3 .
"Roberta". Other shows in whichhe echoed. "These sleek looking Rhoda Rozier.
down payment, but paid clos- rm, 1 bath, apt. 749
ing costs when not absorbed by appeared before the war, aircraft are a far cry from Trophies were presented by King St.Unfurn.
the seller. were "Bandwagon", "You Said those clunkers we had here in CAPT Richard Kibee, NS May- 4 rm houie. $60 per mo.,
It" and Billy Rose's Aquacade. 42 and 43," Hammer added. port, commanding officer. 7712237.
Furn 3 .
rm. garage sot. EV 9-8762.
Thus, the overall average
downpayment was sightly more THIS 'N THAT

than 2% of the purchase price.
Rider wanted Iowa
to or part way,
The percentage of downpaymentvaried leaving 24 Aug., and return by Sept 11.
according to the hge of the Call Kelly ext 88-307 before 1630.
veteran, ranging from less than Riders wanted leaving 0700, Aug 20
1% for those under 25 to more to Washington D.C.; Carter ext. 476.
Ride wanted from North Jax to NAS
than 3% for those 40 or over. 0730.1600; ext 8131.
Watch found near Officers Club; LTJG
THE AVERAGE monthly income Ireland, ext. 516.
(after taxes) of the veteran Ride wanted from 5334 Appleton

home buyer varied from $405.40for .. Ave Lakeshore to NAS, 0730.1600;
those under 25 years of age 4f4. '>: Warrick ext 725 or EV 71617.
:. ; ..\t Riders wanted from Murray Hill,
to $505.00 for those 50 years of gJ Avondale, Fairfax and Ortega to NAS
age and over. The overall average .& rt ; : {:.. 0800.1630; EV 98176.
l 7.7.w. for all age brackets was $471.50. / ; t h.tJP; Ride wanted from Arlington to NAS,
,. i 0800-1630, ext 3246 or RA 5-2335.
,(.(..Mi.ff ;; :::,-
The housing expenses of the .t m=IKt1. f$ -. FOR SALE
veteran averaged $131.35equivalent .;1'.l. Qt1 Three bdrm home, $100 cash, $68.50per
mot ext. 8583.
to mearly 28% of IDs I WWII NAS TROOP ENTERTAINERS-Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hammer, shown here with their Orange Park-3 bdrm, 2 bth, $23,500CO
monthly income. This figure included daughters Ellen 13 (left) and GaiL 17 (right) made a return visit to the Station recently which 4-9575.
.the principal and interest brought back many memories of 17 years ago. Hammer, a former Marine SGT attached to the House near bus line, call EL 6-5042
payments on his loan, taxes and the Naval Air Technical Training Center, and his wife, the former Winnie Powell, who workedin except 1630-1845 weekdays, 1400 to
the O&R Department, were highly popular from 1942-45 when they entertained serviceman hereat 1630 on Sund.y.bk..hort3 .
insurance, and estimated fuel, the Station. Hammer was a Broadway performer prior to entering the Corps while his wife is bdrm house; 7714667.
utility, and repair and maintenance known as one of the loveliest of the famous '"Roxeyellei. Gail was born here at the Naval Hos Ortega Hills-3 bdrm, 2 bth; EV8-3067
costs, Gannon said. plial. Ortega Hllls-3 bdrm, 2 bth; EV9-3878


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aes + -" ".:;;i NAVY DENTISTRY Providing -

Dental Corps Celebrates :: r ; dental care to over G,-

200 military personnel here at

50th Birthday Aug. 22The .'. NAS is the chore of the Sta-

: : tion's Dental Department. This
::. :
Dental Corps of the Navy will celebrate its 50tt .: job is accomplished with 11

Anniversary on Wednesday, August 22. The Corps was dental officers and 18 technicians.

established August 22, 1912 when then President Taft signed 4 S ,, ; j

the bill passed by Congress which provided for the appointment S Patient JoAnn Richter

of dental .surgeons in the Navy. .{ k ,/c RMSA In photo at left, has a

This event maricea of the inter-suc- of lieutenant (junior grade),. filling checked by LT C. R. Gibson -
cussful termination
The Secretary of the Navy also '
mittent efforts of more than a ; DC, assisted by Joe Dxikielewski -
empowered by this Act to ap I
half a century to provide den- '.5 : DN. The department
point for temporary service,,
of the
tal for personnel
care .
when necessary, dental ,surgeons also services 17,000 personnel
and Marine Corps.
Navy in such numbers not to exceed ?"
from activities In
the Northeast
Dr. Maynard, a Washington, -
the proportion of one to each
D.C., dentist had first advocated ': Florida area requiring
thousand of the authorized en
Dental Corps for the Navyin
a listed strength of the Navy and dental prosthetic treatment.
Marine Corps.
LOCALLY THERE ARE three These dentures are fabricated

dental units aboard NAS, Jax The Reorganization Act of 29 }'< } '; v..r,: in the department's laboratory,
August 1916 granted dental
The Mainside Dental Depart-
such the and
as lower
ment under the direction of surgeons the rank, pay, and allowances upper
of lieutenants (junior set of artificial replacements
CAPT J. V. Westerman, NAS ;t :>s}
It further for the final touches
Dental Officer, provides complete grade) provided being given

dental care for some 6,200( advancement to the ranks of xg :>> >< <.} >.f by Harry A. Moir, DTC, in

persons and prosthetic treatmentfor lieutenant and lieutenant com- photo below.In .
mander.A .
activities in the North-
1936 the Naval Dental
Florida which encompasses young and inexperienced
east area YIMIYMIIYI
School this time .
reopened, as a
organization, the Dental Corps
nearly 17,000 persons.
component of the Naval Medical m h:
There are 11 Dental officers faced the spectre of war in less
Center under the commandof
and 18 dental technicians inclu- than five years after its estab-
a dental officer. The functions ; \
ding three Waves assigned to lishment. The Corps grew from

the NAS Dental Dept. All Den- the 35 officers who were on active of the school were to provide ; __
tal officers must hold dental duty at the beginning of training new- _

degrees before they are com- World War I to a peak of 500 provide ly appointed refresher dental officers to, + .\' i jrSi
missioned as Naval officers. All at the end of the war.
other dental officers, and to pro-
DT's are required to graduate In spite of its youth, the Corps vide training for enlisted per- 4 .
from Dental Technicians School, had its heroes. Two of its mem- .h
sonnel to qualify them as dental
Class "A" prior to being rated. bers were decorated with the Na- technicians.In .

They may receive on-the-job tion's highest award, the Medalof
the 1940's for the 1I
training as strikers before go- Honor. Lieutenant (junior early ,
second time since the estab-
ing to the school. grade) Weeden E. Osborne, DC _
THE OTHER TWO DENTAL USN, the first naval officer to lishment of the Dental Corps,
clouds loomed the hori-
UNITS are located at the Naval meet death in the land fight- war on

Air Technical Training Unit, ing overseas, was posthumously zon. The Corps expanded to the

under the direction of CAPTJ. awarded the medal for helpingto extent that 759 officers were on
active duty at 347 dental facil-
C. Jones and the Naval Hos- carry the wounded to a place
ities the of attackon
pital under the direction of of safety. The late Vice Admiral morning the
Pearl Harbor. The of
CAPT J. C. Stoopack. They pro- Alexander G. Lyle, DC, USN, was peak
vide dental care for their own awarded the medal for out- World War II saw 7,026 dental that had been converted to mo-

personnel with exception of standing and heroic service officers on duty at 1545 instal- bil dental units or in quonset Reserve Unit-
lations the of which
prosthetic treatment.The I above and beyond the call of huts.
dentist to duty while serving with the was the Great Lakes Training
first graduate I EVER BEING ALERT FOR
Continued from
Center with 459 officers. Eighteen ( page 1))
serve as an officer in the Navy: Marines in France.FOLLOWING PROGRESSIVE CHANGE a pro-
was appointed as an Acting As- THE WAR the dental officers lost their gram was originated in April lished and the local contingentwas

sistant Surgeon. He served in Dental Corps entered a periodof lives in action during the war 1955 that eventually would convert organized at the Naval and

the Medical Department of the consolidation. Although dental and four died while held as most dental operating units Marine Corps Training Centeron

U. S. Naval Academy from April ; officers had served in the prisoners of war by the Japan !I in the Navy to high speed ro- Morse St. in Jacksonville.The .

22, 1873 to June 30, 1879. The Bureau of Medicine and Sur- ese. tary cutting instruments. The ACORN is under sponspr-

following year he was appointed gery previously, it was in 1922 Among the many significant initial conversions were to belt- ship of the Chief of Naval Op-

as a civilian contract dentist that.a Dental Division was established events which occured during the driven handpieces and later to erations and under military control .

and in that capacity provided to "care for the tech- war was the appointment of the air turbines. The Dental Corpsis of the Commandant Sixth

dental care for the midshipmenuntil nical needs of the Corps". In first woman dentist in the Armed proud of its part in the "high Naval District.

1899. He was succeeded by 1923, a Dental School was cre- Forces, Lieutenant Sara G. speed revolution", which has The ACORN embraces
another contract dentist who ated as a Division of the U. S. Krout, DC W-VS), USNR. Al- taken place in the profession, the planning for collectingmen -

served in that capacity until he Naval Medical School. The so, a movement gained momen- inasmuch as the air turbine and and materials
at dockside
was appointed in the Dental latter event, marked the em- tum for an autonomous Dental ultrasonic vibration instruments for ,
barkation Corps which was climaxed in devek ned at the Dental echeloning of shipping,
that Naval
upon a
Corps. course December & --- schedulinl- ________n nt__ haco____ rnndl'n"tlnn____._: ____&&
1945 with
Elsewhere, some dental care has greatly influenced the pro- the approval School played important roles to meet priorities for
was accomplished as part of the fessional excellence of the Corps of legislation "To providemore in the radical changes in dental dates
arranging for logisticalsupport
duties of enlisted hospital stewards through the years. efficient dental cafe of instrumentation during this per-
who had varying am- Succeeding legislative Acts the personnel of the United and the continued op-
administration and
ounts of training in dentistry.In enacted by Congress authorized States Navy". iod.As the Navy entered the nu- maintenance of naval air bases.

1903 Surgeon General P. increased grades in which dental FOLLOWING DEMOBLIZA- clear and space age, the Dental

M. Rixey, stated, "this arrange- ; officers could serve until in TION, the Dental Corps faced its Corps was challengd with new While in Puerto Rico ACORN

ment is not satisfactory to the 1942 the grade of rear admiralwas iproblems-the implementationof problems. The Navy dental 6-2 will investigate all facetsof

Bureau and is neither just to the authorized. Captain Lyle the autonomy bill, officer research programs were direc- bases operations via and on-

men nor pleasing to the dental was the first officer selectedfor retainment and career attract- ted toward closed environmentand site study. The unit was cited

profession." appointment in the grade of iveness, a broadening education cold weather studies. The recently by the District Com-

IN 1904 DR. HARRIS was the rear admiral. program, opportunities for dental former to better prepare Navy mandant as the top rated ad-

first graduate to enlist in the The economic crisis that fac- research, and the assignment to men for trips into outer space

Navy as a hospital steward to i ed the United States in the the Army of dentists trained in and for trips of prolonged per- vance base command division in

perform dental treatment ex- Thirties: had its reflection in the the Navy V-12 Program. iods beneath the seas in nuclear the district during the past fiscal -

clusively. Remaining in the Dental Corps. In 1932, the Naval June of 1950 found the Den- powered submarines. The cold year.

Service, he was commissionedin Dental School was closed as tal Corps, with 1,003 officers on weather studies were in support I CDR Ted

the Dental Corps followingits budgetary limitations caused re- duty, faced with war in Korea of the various Navy pro- Payne, former Security -

establishment. Others fol- trenchments. Further, six officers and the need for another build- grams in the Polar regions.It Officer of NAS Jackson-

lowed Dr. Harris in a similar who held temporary ap- up. The latter was given impe- is thus after 50 years of ville is commanding officer of

capacity until the establishmentof pointments, were assigned temporary tus by passage of the "Doctor's steady progress that the Den- the local group. Four NAS Jax

the Dental Corps. Those who duty with the Army in Draft Law" which established tal Corps, an integral employees are members of
enlisted as hospital stewards did 1933 for service in the Civilian priorities based upon previous ent i of the Medical Departmentof ACORN 6-2. They
so mainly for the travel afforded Conservation are
Corps. military service. During the the
U. S. Navy reflects
and had no thought of con- ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT peak over 1,900 dental officers due humility its of Management controls
upon previous
tinuing in the Navy. Navy dental bills to be assisted by 4,700 dental technicians accomplishments and group, O&R; Walt Stanul, pro-
The Act of 1912 authorizedthe passed by Congress was enactedin carried on operations at heritage as a challenge passes to the duction engineering, O&R; H.

appointment of not more 1935 which changed the 480 facilities. Front line dentis- future to maintain its world- L. King, aeronautical engineering -
than 30 acting assistant dental authorized strength of the Dental
try with the Marines in Korea wide
leadership in the O&R and
professionof Roland
; Byrd in-
surgeons with the relative rank Corps personnel. was performed either in trucks dentistry.
dustrial hygenistI

.." .,--..-
7 J _

'16 August 1962'


Ra Jax Keglers

kk ;
t f t JAXAJR

Top Cecil NEWS SPORTSPackers ,

By 309 PinsThe

NAS Varsity keglers, Cardinals

winners of the ComSix team,

bowling trophy this year, con-
tinued their mastery of the
lanes last Friday as they Clash Here SaturdayFootball

trounced a determined Cecil

Field team by 309 pins.In will be ushered in for the 1962 season for Jack-

successfully proving their sonville fans Saturday night when the world champion

right to be called champions, Green Bay Packers lock horns with the tough St. Louis

the Jax keglers split 6612 pinsto Cardinals under the lights at the Gator Bowl Stadium. The

Cecil's 6303. Each team was kickoff is slated for 2000.

comprised of six bowlers and. The big fracas, pitting two
rout of the Dallas Cowboys.The .
each bowled six games. National Professional Football
Cards on the other hand
Sparkplugging the varsity north elevens, will
JUDO JUNIORS-Eddie Grissom (front row center) holds team for NAS was Walt Za- League top looked good in coming from behind -
the trophy awarded him for placing second in the Southern be the only National Pro League to tie the New York Giants,
Invitational Judo Tournament held borniak with a high game of in the this
recently at Tampa, Fla. game area year.
Other members of the Jax Navy Judo Club who traveled to 236, high set of 631 and a high 21-21 at Canton, Ohio, last Sat-
the tourney and competed against the 200 entrants are (left six-game total of 1187. THE PACKERS have two wins urday.
& l191,1- "61 Cris) Chris Dieter' Berk Parmelee. (Grissom), I The team consisted of Za- under their belt already in the The Packers are loaded for
Michael Petrel,
Mumford. Jr. Division instructor Ronald
borniak Emch Bob Gunter exhibition season. They romped bear and appear to be the classof
Petrel, Pat Sullivan and Mark Dieter. Not present for the i Jack -
photo were Ken Law and Rick Mumford. I Ray Gulla, Ken Therrel and over the College All Stars 42- the league again. With quar-

: Bob Cowan.Gaskill 20 and followed with a 31.7 terback Bart Starr leading the

pack, the Packers boast one of
Grissom Leads Junior the most versatile backfields in

: T the loop. They have jumpingJim
: ; : Taylor at fullback and All-

Judomen At TampaSixteenyearold : k Pro Paul Horning at one half-

.: 4 back slot, with fleet-footed Eli-
ja Pitts at the other half. The
Eddie Grissom of the Jax Navy Judo I Packers have a host of reserves,
Club walked away with second place honors for his age including rookie Earl Gros, full-

group after competing in the Southern Invitational Judo back from LSU. To snag the

Tournament at Tampa on August 4 and 5. Twelve other aerials of Starr will be ends Max

club members also took -part in the tourney.. McGee, Boyd Dowlers, Ron

The tournament had some 200 nel. Work-outs are conducted on 3 t Kramer and Lew Carpenter.

competitors from Florida and Mondays and Wednesdays from Saturday's fray is sponsored

Eastern Coast which entered the 1830-2030 for men and 10001200on >:ttJ' by Jacksonville Charities Inc.,
event. Saturday for dependent male .-. b<(.f. with all proceeds going to char-
y +idINV I. 't: rNf4v.t .F4d9.+ m
children. The Judo training
The Juniors were placed in pro- LITTLE LEAGUE CHAMPS-The VP-30 Little League
age groups to compete with other gram is in accord with the Navy Pro's under the coaching of E. H. "Timer" Downs, M. F. Jones ity.Dulin
boys in their physical fitness program and and Anthony Musco, won the Jax Navy Ortega Senior Division
class. that of the President of the of the Jacksonville Little League with a season record of 14 wins Service
and 2 loses. The Champs are (first row left to right), Don
The Jax Navy Judo Team United States. Casey, Richard Brown, Steve O'Neill, coach Jones Bruce Jolley
members are Chris Dieter, Berk Paul Leblanc John Percival (second row, left to right), Coach
Paramelee, Eddie Grissom, Michael Judo is a sport attributing to Musco, Gary Kelly Bob Malon Steve Chance, Kenneth Jones Center Table
Petzel, Chris Mumford. maximum efficient us of mind Philip Ronelin. Bobby Kemper. Bill Taylor and Coach Downs.

Larry Sullivan, John Dieter. and body. There is no age re- I
Dave Mumford, Pat Sullivan striction for participants. Those Wins All- TennisChamp

Mark Dieter, Ken Law and men that are interested in main- PutteringAround With a tricky serve and a

Rick Mumford. SGT Ronald taining good physical conditionand Navy Tennis; Vies quick arm, Leon Dulin of NAS

Petzel of MARTD is the team's increasing their overall val- Special Services won the ping

instructor.The For Inter ServiceLT pong tournament held at the
ue to the Naval Service are encouraged -
Lutheran Service Center last
Jax Navy Judo Club is to participate in ath- Dick Gaskill of VA-44 is now A mixed two-ball golf
located in Building 726 and is in the tournament will be I Saturday.
letics or specifically, Judo. swinging a racket Inter- sponsored Dulin took the honors after
another activity of Station Spe- service Tennis
Championships by the NAS golf course
Personnel interested may con- winning four two-out-of-three
cial Services. Adequate instruc- this week
being at Fort
hed beginning at 1300 matches in the semi-finals and
tion and training facilities are tact Special Services or SGT Benning, Ga. Sunday, ,
available to all Station person- Petzel at Ext 8687. Gaskill took first place in the August 19. A $3 green fee then defeating F, B. Stieg of
the Naval Hospital by downinghim
Men's Open Division in the All- per couple is payable at the
in the first two games ofa
Navy Tournament in last week's Pro Shop for the nine hole
three-game series in the finals
F E1 competion at Newport R. I. go-round. .
The tennis champ of VA-44
Climaxing the day's events Stieg, in turn, defeated Bob
continued to win after defeatingC.
Dodds of NAS Service Informa-
will be presentation of
L. Wilson of NATC Patuxent t
tion Office, giving him a recordof
awards to first second and
River in the All-Navy matche ,
four wins, one loss, and the
by sets of 6-1, 6-2 and 6-2. third place winners. There
I second place] prize.
will also be entertainment, Dodds' efforts gave him the

movies and refreshments pro- third place trophy

BOWLINGThe Twenty servicemen from the
A 4.}df:F15F.. } ah vided.
Cecil Field Mayport and NAS

Jax areas entered the six-hour
Fall season for Intra- long tournament. It was the

t< mural Bowling Leagues got un- IM Gridiron Teams second indoor .sports meet host-
derway last Monday when 16 ed by the Center this summer,
teams from the American Lea- he first being eight-ball pool.
I Take Form Roster
gue met at the Mainside bowl- ; Located at 19 West Forsyth

'> -- ing alley. St., the Lutheran Service Centeris
The Marlins of VP-30 and the Deadline Aug. 24 open to all servicemen.
Keglers of VA-44 took advan-

tage of the first night, winningfour Some twenty teams are expected -

games each. to start the touch football See
The results of Monday night'sbowling
season on Septembr 10.
in the American Leagueare

ECOATS as follows; Playboys 3, Sea- Seven teams have signed up so IonmanReport

::k. bees 1; Electrons 1, Marines *B' far including last year's winners
(SHIRTS) OF HONOR-It was Blue and Gold 3; VP-7-3, CO Mess 1 Marlins
(Cecil Field) vs. Red White and Blue (NAS Jax) last Friday ; Marine Barracks. I In
as the two air station varsity bowling teams met at the NAS 4, Dispensary 0; Sky Warriors I The deadline for submitting
Jax lanes. Final score? Jax. 6612 Cecil. 6303. It was the second 2. Flying Phantoms 2; Guardians -
Jax victory In as many meetings with neighboring keglers. 0, Keglers; Chiefs 1, I entry rosters to the Athletic Next AirNews

The first at CeciL was considerably closer however as Jax A/C Maint. 'A! 3; Mad Foxes 2, Office in the Mainside gym, is R
This match
slipped passed with only'a 38-pin margin. was '.
also the first of the Summer-Fall varsity bowling season. Confidentials 2. i Friday, August 24..

Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 16 August 1962

,. v.. n:NC BRA Annual SoutheasternReg.

Caucus Termed SuccessThe

17th Annual South Eastern Regional Caucus of the

Fleet Reserve Association held in Jacksonville last week

has been termed "a success" by members of the Caucus

'I committee and visiting delegates.
p'qLp'n e.'r' aa" R .

j Registration for the group I

hailing from eight Southeasternstates ings in the North and South

began Thursday afternoon
ri Ball Rooms.
L August 9. With the majority of

the delegates, alternates, prox- Later Friday afternoon the

ys and guests assembled, host I Caucus members traveled to
Branch and Unit 126 of Yukon Cecil Field to attend an air

began the busy weekend withan show by VFP-62 followed bya

informal party at the River- chicken dinner and an even-

side Lions- Club Thursday night. ing of entertainment at the

Chief Petty Officers Club.
i.S w: TINUING through Saturday, 30 Saturday morning the business

minutes of martial music by the sessions of the FRA and

Navy Band was heard at the LA-FRA continued with the

H HDEEP Hotel Roosevelt where the as- Memorial Services ,for departed

sembly began their opening ses- Shipmates and sister members.The .

sion of the Caucus Friday morn- business that followed included -

ing. the discussion of resolu-
1 (W tions to be brought before the
FREEZE BOUND Leaving NAS last Saturday After the introduction of past I National FRA convention to be
morning for a tour of duty aboard the "ice" continent Antarc- and present National officersof held this September in Mem-
tica, were 21 Navy aircontrolmen and electronic technicians.The the Fleet Reserve Associationand I
men, five of whom are Antarctic veterans, underwent a I phis, Tennessee.
its Auxiliary, an impressivelist
rigid training session here wth the Station's Detachment Fourof F\f1J
Operation Deep Freeze, commanded by LCDR James R. La- of guest speakers occupiedthe After luncheon the separate
Croix. Their MATS aircraft will carry them to Travis AFB podium. Rear Admiral J. assemblies held their electionsof
in California, Hawaii, Canton Island, and Fiji before they take I M. Carson, Commander Fleet the Southeastern regional vice
their last look at civilization for months when
a good
many addressed the of the FRA and LA-
Air Jacksonville
they leave Christchurch New Zealand. Four of the men will Movies will be shown regularly presidents
remain on the ice.covered continent as part of the winteringover at 1900 on Monday through assembly followed by Jackson FRA. It had been voted the pre-

party, seeing no outsiders until relieved sometime next Satuday; at 1400 and 1900 on ville Mayor Haydon Burns, vious day that the 1963 South
Spring. Another group of cold-weather sailors are expected to Sherrif Dale Carson, Assistant eastern Regional Caucus will be
the Mainside and
leave NAS before the end of the month. Sunday, at
NATTU theaters and at 1900 onlyon Police Chief William Miller, held in Charleston, S. C., with

Sundays at the Hospital the- CAPT J. M. Hanner, Commanding Branch and Unit 50 to be hostto

ater. These times are subject to Officer of the U. S. Naval the delegation. It was there

change. Hospital and other Naval officers fore a "Clean sweep" for South

from Jacksonville. Carolina when Mrs. Rachel P.

Bullwinkle of Charleston, S. C.
was elected to be the new South-
Mainside Second Time
Jacksonville citizens certificatesto
% eastern Regional Vice Presidentfor
Around. Larry M. Bane of Houston,
the LA-FRA and Joseph
NATTUnit-Three Violent i
Texas, Southeast' Regional Vice
M. Wilson of Columbia, S.C.,
People. President of the FRA; Mrs.
the new Vice President of the
Hospital-State Fair. Helen Berchem of Chicago, Na-
for Southeastern
FRA the re-
Friday, August 17 tional president of the Ladies
gion. Following installation of
Mainside-Reprieve. Auxiliary, FRA, and Mrs. Ot-
officers the 1962 Southeastern
NATTUnit-S e can d Time tis Dembach of Corpus Christi,
regional caucus was adjourned.
Aound. Texas, Regional Vice President
Saturday evening following a
Violent Peo-
Hospital-Three of1 the LA-FRA.
;' ple. Banquet in the Main Ball Roomof

After a luncheon of shrimp in the Hotel Roosevelt the An-
Saturday, August 18
; G 1 1v Mainside-The Hangman.NATTUnitReprieve. the Hotel Roosevelt's Florida nual Caucus Ball was held with

Crown Room, the Branch and music provided by "The Ech-

their meet- oes".
Unit began separate
H o s pit a 1-S e con d Time

J Around.Sunday, August 19 ToylandContinued Used Navy

Mainside-Blue Hawaii. ( from page 1))

NATTUnit-The Hangman. features that Toyland affordsits

HospitalReprieve.Monday customers; a layaway plan Sports Gear
% August 20
'vF .; of bank
f' ;; and the acceptance
y+ .. s'.hr' Mainside-Payroll.
.e< %
y ; ::
NATTUnit-Blue Hawaii. checks for the amount pur- Chile BoundA

Hospital-The Hangman. chased.

21 letter of appreciation from
Tuesday August The layaway plan payment ,
Mainside-The Interns. schedule is as follows: the commanding officer of the

NATTUnit-Payroll. aircraft carrier USS Consella-
Hospital-Blue Hawaii. Month of Final
tion (CVA-64)) has been received
Wednesday, August 22 Purchase Payment by
Mainside-The LT Wore Sept Oct Nov Dec 20 by RADM Joseph M. Carson,

Skirts. September Commander Fleet Air Jackson-

NATTUnit-The Interns. 1/4dn)1/4) 1/4 1/4 ville and Naval Air Bases 6ND.

October In his letter to the Admiral,
.1.s 1/3 1/3 1/3 CAPT T. J. Walker expressedhis
HOSPITAL BEAUTY SHOP-CAPT M. Hammer, Naval Battle AwardContinued
Hospital Commanding Officer cuts the ribbon officially opening November sincere appreciation for the
the Navy Exchange's newest Beauty Shop at Bldg. H2000. Look. ( from page 1)) air units' assistance in obtain-
ing on (left) is Mrs. Bobbie A. Llndse,. manager of the shop. Squadron on the Atlantic Coast, 1/2 1/2 ing used sports equipment
Also present for the occasion were CDR J. L. Delany. Na'Y'J'Exchange
are exceptionally proud theirsquadron's
Officer) CDR Lester Thompson Hospital Administrative THE ARRANGEMENTS and which will be distributed to
Officer CDR Geraldine Houp Chief Nurse) LCDR Eleanor history. Commissioned Toyland displays have been children of Chile during the
Company NC and Mrs. Caroline Morley. Beauticam and LCDR in 1942 as VT-4, they have under the direction of the Display carrier's up-and-coming visit.A .
Hazel Hancock NC who was the first customer. The shop will since flown from sixteen air- Charles Meyer, sizeable amount of equip-
be open Monday through Friday from 0900 to 2000 and Saturdays craft carriers the Manager,
including while the overall managershipof ment was collected in spite of
from 0900 to 1500. Call Mainside, Ext. 560 for an appoint
ment."O". USS Enterprise, world's only Toyland is the job of Jo the short found-day notice re-

I nuclear powered carrier.In Tucker. questing military units the Jax
the near future, VA-15 Navy complex to contribute.
Wives Plan Luau
Clnh will be deployed to the Medit- There will be, NX hopes, an
-- -- -- -- --
The Naval Air Station Wives Beach will present a fashion erranean for operations with the exceedingly speedier checkout CAPT Walker stated that he

Club will sponsor a Luau at show of Hawaiian clothes with Sixth Fleet as a part of Air system in operation this year' felt, "this material will assist

the Officer's Club Patio on Fri- Terri Dahly narrating. Gorup One. Operating from the with one entrance and one cash- considerably in extending Constellation's -
day August 24 at 1900. The There will also be food and deck of the USS Franklin D. ier exit. As many as 16 em-

party will welcome aboard new prizes. Reservations must be, Roosevelt, the squadron will ployees, on busy days, will be "People to People"program

members and their husbands. made by noon of Tuesday, Au-: maintain its efficiency while un- on hand to assist the gift buy- during the visit to

1 A dress shop from Daytona gust 21. Cost is $5.00 per couple.I dergoing intensive operations. ers. Chile ".