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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 7, 1961
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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,Navy Servicewide Exam Dates Are Set For February, 1962


The Bureau of Naval Per-
sonnel has announced the on Thursday, February 15. quota limitations, may be advanced in the same promotional status' PN, MA, JO, LI, DM, DC, AD,
dates for the next semi-an- Reservists recalled to active when they return to an. as active duty regular personnel.' AT, AO, AQ, AC, AE, AM, PR,
nual servicewide examina- duty involuntarily will take the inactive duty unit which has a! In addition, BuPers Notice 1418 AG, TD, PH, and PT.

tions for advancement in rat same examination at the same vacancy in the proper pay grade.' which announced the examination Another special provision, for
,ing. time as their regular Navy coun- This is how they would have dates further emphasized the fact enginemen or enginemen strikersin
terparts. Their exams will be fared had they not been calledto that foreign nationals should not pay grades E-3 through E-6

Exams for chief petty offi- procesed seperately, however, and active duty in the current be recommended for advance- who hold a BuPers assigned
cers will be held on Tuesday, they will compete among them- military buildup. ment ratings requiring access to Navy Enlisted Classification of
February 6, followed by E-6 selves only for separate promo- TARS attached to recalled confidential material. nuclear powerplant operator .will

exams on Thursday, February tion quotas. Naval Air Reserve squadrons will Those ratings are: QM, SM, be allowed to compete for advancement -

.8; E-5 exams on Tuesday, Reservists who pass the exam have to compete for vacancies ona RD, SO, TM, MN, GM, FT, MT, to the next higher
February 13, and E-4 exams but are not promoted because of fleet-wide basis. They will be ET, IM, OM, RM, CP, YN, PC, pay grade in either the EN
rating or the machinists mate

rating.In .
separate action, BuPers
launched its new NEC assignment
control system. Under the new

system, asisgnment of all NECs
I A s. will be made directly by the

Bureau. Until this time, some
classifications were controlled by
BuPers and others were assignedby
certain training facilities and

schools. Complete details of the

new system are contained in

Vol. 19 No. 36 U. S. NAS Jacksonville, Fla. 7 December 1961 BuPers Inst. 1220.28President

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Begins Jan. 1 4. *
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p < '<' prompt action to adopt an administration -
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Beginning January 1, 1962, an y< task force's pro-
increased amount will be taken 4 posed policy for unionization of

out of servicemen's paychecksfor government workers.
Social Security.The r < < The President said the recom-
new rate at that will rise '<< < mendations will provide an effective -

to three and one eighth percent z h system for improving

from the present three percenttax labor-management relations be-
on the first $4,800 of income. tween the government and its

This means that persons wit ; f' 2.3 million civilian employees.
< He said he had called for an
I pay up to $150 next year as
the 1< executive order to be issued by
compared to $144 maximumthis
year and last year. the end of the year to carry out

A chief petty officer, for example 1. the recommendations.
will then be paying from Among other things, the task
26 to 44 cents more each month, WELCOME ABOARD NEIGHBOR-CAPT Renfro Turner Jr.. (left io right). Commander force suggests:
Fleet Air Wing 11, and his chief staff officer, CAPT Andrew H. Cowart, greet British Royal Air Government wide acceptanceof
depending on length of service.A Force officers Wing Commander H. Jenkins and Wing Commander R. T. Billett and Senior Experimental federal employees' rights to
lieutenant commander's Social Officer Wade Jones on their arrival here in connection with ASW matters last Fri
Security tax will rise to between day. FAW-11 hosted the 21 British officers and airmen during a four-day exchange of ASW join or refuse to join a union
50 and 79 cents a month, ideas which ended on Tuesday. (See photos on page 6)). that would bargain for them

depending on length of service, collectively under government

with changes in other pay grades limitations.
being of about Installs Government refusal to recognize -
the same propor Navy British RAF Members
tion.The any union which discriminates -
against anyone because
three and one-eighth per-
cent tax is levied against each ducationalTVFor } of race, color, creed or national

pay check until total of origin, which has any corrupt
a $4,800
has been earned and $150 in taxes Are Hosted By FAW-11 Influences, or is dominated by

collected. Lower pay grade RecruitsThe communists or others seeking to I
overthrow the government.Also .
personnel never reach this stage,
Air Force members from clear recognition that
however A group of Royal departed
top-graders will have
all their tax collected the first modern day Navy took a the Station Tuesday morning after spending four days with government employees do not
big step forward recently when have the right to strike and that
part of the year.Commuted. squadrons of Fleet Air Wing Eleven with whom they exchanged -
television was introduced as a ideas on anti-submarine warfare. the government cannot recognize
I training device at the Naval Upon their arrival last Friday, unions advocating this.
Training Center's Recruit Train- er Fleet Air Wing Eleven, who This of has important
Ration the Britishers, in their Royal Air piece news
ing Command at San Diego. A Force Shackleton, were met by was host to the visitors during significance in Jackson-

complete closed circuit TV studio CAPT Renfro Turner, Command- their stay. ville, since the federal govern-
Allowance RaiseIs with facilities for teaching The study group, which attended ment is the largest employer in I

2,000 recruits simultaneouslymade briefings and presenta- the area, employing over 10,000 :
Indicated its first telecast last month. tions given by units of Fleet people, many of whom do belongto
New DS RateEstablishment Air Wing Eleven, and which in various government unions.
The commuted ration Is going Bureau of ,Personnel educa-- turn exchanged ideas with local The Navy of course is involvedIn

to be raised, according to indications tional specialist Joseph A. Mur- pilots and crewmen, included that it is the largest employerof
by Defense Department nin says, "One of the most important Wing Commander R. T. Billett, Jacksonville people within the
Due In
spokesmen this week. advantages is that it will JanuaryA Wing Commander H. Jenkins, federal government. Over 6,000

The exact amount has not yet standardize instruction tele- new rating, data systems Squadron Leader J. Fennell, people work for the Navy in
been determined but some vision also extends one good instructor technician (DS), will be Flight Lt. H. Hann, and senior Jacksonville
sources are said to indicate thatit to any number of oeo- created in the Navy in Jan- experimental officer Wade

might be as much as four pIe." uary with the official announ- Jones, seven junior officers, five
cents. cement to be contained in senior non-commissioned officers Bazaar Receipts
The studio includes three cameras -
change number 19 to the En-
and five airmen.
The present $1.10 per day Is a monitor console and listed Classification Manual Exceeded Report
paid to enlisted men who do not The Shackleton aircraft, used
film chain. Two
cameras are
due out a that time; accordingto Circumstances surroundingthe
normally eat in government mobile and the third is remote Navy Times. much in the same manner and reporting last week of

messes and includes most married controlled, capable of projecting The new rating, it is said, equipped similarily to the U. S.: proceeds collected by the
leave.men and all when they are on either 16mm film or 35mm slides will include maintenance arid Navy's P2V-7, was flown by a Jacksonville Officers Wives
It was cut from
last year. $1.15 and operated entirely from the repair work on computers, now crew from 203 Squadron of the Club at their recent Charity
console. being performed by electronics Bazaar caused the amount to
If the proposed raise goes into RAF, based at Bally Kelly, Ire-
technicians. Speculation is be reported in The Jar Air
effect it would The studio is staffed 12
amount to by
a land.
that qualified men in the MA News of November 30 as "alI -
total of some $14.60 and 10 instructors
a year which operator-technicians and FT ratings will be allowed The British term for anti-sub- I mbst $500"
the
Defense Department says serving 24 classrooms, to transfer to the new I The reported amount should
marine learned
would be more in line with the each equipped with three re- rating. warfare, it was have been "almost $1,500."
current cost of living. ceivers. is Long Range Maritime Service.


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2 JAX AIR NEWS 7 December 1961


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CAPT J. R. Compton Commanding Officer %
CDR Walter J. Schub Executive OffIce \ I
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Pleat jKkonvUtf, PAY 6NORADM
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Joseph M. Canon Commander
CAPT Vincent Casey Chief of Staff FalrJaa ..
CAPT C. L Moor., Jr. Chief of Staff, NAB Six :
Fleet Air Wing Eleven. Ax kF l: ; <

CAPT Renfro Turner, Jr. ________________ CommanderCAPT
Andrew H. Cowart Chief Stiff Officer *
Navel Ak Technlcel Training Unit V4
CAPT Hartiel D. Allen, Commanding Officer
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COR Eugene. F. V.rdery Executive Officer
Naval Hospital
CAPT R. O. Canada CommandIng Officer '
CAPT Stephen H. Tolini Executive officer
Naval Air Reierve Training Unit
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. Commanding Officer
CDR William M. Miller : Executive Officer
Printed commerclilhwith norhepproprlated fund. In Jacksonville, florida atM
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July
1958. Distributed free of charge to military end civilian personnel of Fleet All
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing
II, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hosprtil.
CDR Alex N. Mclnnls Jr. Service Information Officer PLANNING SESSION-Members of the Jax Navy Federal Credit Union's Board of Directors
Andrew H. Planey Assistant Service Information Officer met in special teuton on Tuesday of last week to discuss plans for their annual meeting to be
News Editor Arthur A. Slocumb; Staff-Mae Spencer JOI; Sandy Martinson, held Friday January 19, 1962. Present for the session were (left to right), LCDR Nathan, Cole
JOSN, Ralph Bailey, SN. Photographer, Joy Moreau, P112.Member Joseph O'Connellj Don Moran, presidents Andrew Carlson William Catrelles John Borjes Cecil
of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern end International Acree William Purcell W. H. Sandefer, credit committee chairman) Roland Byrd and Mike
Councils of Industrial Editors. Cascone, the commanding officer's representative.
Th. Jix Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs -
unless otherwise credited, ere official U.S. Navy Photographs I
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone Station Traffic For
extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. Biweekly Paydays

Sets Violation/ Record
Interest RatesInstallment .... _:
'Blue Collar' WorkersTo
Twenty-three drivers appeared
before the Station
Buying Is Traffic Hearing Board for 26As

traffic violations for the week Begin January

ending November 30, 1961.

Relief ActLooking Listed below is a tally of vio- the Naval Air Station's "blue collar" people rearrange their
Included In lations for this week, this financial commitments in preparation for the switch from weeklyto

year, and the same period biweekly paydays, questions arise concerning payroll deductions.

closer Into the Civil Relief Act you will find last year. Also, the numberof Most of the change in deductions, however, will be made au
tomatically. The employee need do nothing concerning his deduc-
days since the last motor
that the it provides Is not confined to court actions
protection tions for Group Life Insurance, Health Benefits Program, federal '
alone. Its protection of servicemen covers a varied and vehicle accident-injury. Income tax and retirement deductions. He'll find the adjustments :

broad area of legal situations. NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis made and proper deductions taken from that first biweekly pay-.
check he 26 January.
receives
However, they should keep in mind that the act does week ... .
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fac- It's another story if he wants to put the same amount of moneys;*' t
not apply to legal problems automatically. The deciding This year thru Nov. .204 aside toward the purchase of U. S. Savings Bonds. Since the pay?
tor is whether their military service is reason enough to al- Same period thru roll deduction will be made every two weeks rather than every';

ter their obligations.One Nov. 1960 ....,..,..,...."...244 week, the employee must complete a New Payroll Savings Au-
thorization Card if he wants to continue his present rate of bond
of the specific provisions in the act, applicable to
NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis buying. Unless he authorizes an increased deduction only the deduction
particular lawsuits and situations, covers interest rates and now being made from his weekly check will be made from
amounts of payments as applied to installment contracts, week: ......................26 his biweekly check.

mortgages, trust deeds, etc. Reckless Driving ...,..u.l Doubling the present deduction will mean getting the same

If as a civilian a serviceman contracted to buy a home, Speeding .............................4 total face value of bonds, though perhaps in different denominations.The .
Running Stop Sign ........2 following chart has been prepared by the NAS Comptroller
car, electric appliance, or even a Tibetan gong on time payments *
that if Others .........................,....19 Department to show the lowest denomination of bonds an employee
did under they
they probably so agreement doubling his present deduction could receive. It also lists those
could not meet the payments by a certain date the creditor Total this year through present deductions which cannot be doubled:
could the the bidder Nov. ......,................1,898 '
recover property and sell it to highest Same Current Current New New BondReceived
for the amount due.Furthermore period through Deduction Bond Received Deduction

Nov. 1960 ................1,632
if the seller could not recover the full $ 3.75 $ 25.00 $ 7.50 $ 50.00

amount due by resale of the property, he could hold the NUMBER OF DAYS 7.50 6.25 50.00 25.00 12.50 15.00 100.00 50.00

serviceman legally liable for the remainder of the debt. SINCE LAST ACCIDENT- 9.38 25.00 18.75 25.00

With this in mind, what happens if they enter the ser- INJURY ............................7 10.00 12.50 200.00 50.00 25.00(cannot be doubled 100.00)

vice after incurring such a debt and fail to meet the monthly Of the 23 drivers that appeared 15.00 100.00 (cannot be doubled)
payments because of reduced income? Are they covered? before the TIm, six 18.75 25.00 37.50 50.00
lost their 25.00 100.00 50.00 200.00
Yes. However, there are reservations. First, this protec- driving and park 37.50 50.00 75.00 100.00
tion does not apply to obligations acquired after persons enter ing privileges aboard the Sta- 50.00 200.00 (cannot be doubled)
the service. tion for periods for 10 daysto 75.00 100.00 150.00 200.00

one month, and four were
On a debt incurred prior to entering the service the assigned to complete an eight- Employees wishing to maintain their present rate of bond
buying by increasing deductions must submit new Payroll Savings
seller cannot foreclose the involved
or repossess property hour course in remedial driv- Authorization Cards, available from administrative and personnel
without getting a court's permission. If he were to do so ing instructions. Fourteen fail- assistants. To give Comptroller's Bond Branch and the Data Pro-
without such permission, he could be fined or even jailed. ed to appear for hearing.On cessing Office sufficient time to process the, changes! these cards
must be turned in by December 29. They should be submitted
Before giving permission, the court investigates the rea- through administrative and personnel assistants-and as soon as
son behind the serviceman's failure to fulfill the obligation.If January 1, 1960, Mary T. possible. Early submission of the change cards (a sample is given
it is satisfied that military service is causing the difficulty Sproll became the first woman below) does not mean the larger deductions will begin immediately.
It does mean a more flow of work for the
even
a settlement, fair. to the servceman and the creditor will doctor to attain the rank of the cards-and an effective date coinciding with pepole the start processing of the I
be made. Commander in the U. S. Navy. biweekly paychecks.

The act also protects servicemen against interest ratesIn
excess of six percent per year. '"III\T"1 *ru- UK' urn* ym. %'or "<.u-*R. jeoBt< 'c..roetsar..[. II......., ,u...,

Suppose a contract calling for an interest rate of over \ ,,,.4442084..- ., ............ ,....." "'.., "Dum [JCHANOI] Q NCU| 1
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six percent a is made before the 1
year entering military. JQ1sZaE NAS ;
Jackson! tille.P1aQ& : ,.
When they enter service they may then start paying six per :;: AUTHORIZATION REGISTRATION OFii.S. SAVINGS .frs-FOR START OR CHANGE

cent under the Relief Act. I MIIIIT AUtHOIIZI ..lIhhl .., .! s.I2.SOb... (Check one) 012$ LJ-Ch100; : 0$500 Qs1oo0R.

Servicemen are advised, however, to notify their cre- ., .... ... ...k ,.,f.i.4 k.i..ut-2L January.IS 62 ....... -

ditor and cite the act as their authority.If i WkM ...._...... '......ll... -3.L.5L.. U J, S..I.| ,, ii..
= a..a.. ., M. L..r.i..1{ .,1".1. .h..a ..11.. .,. ,. lie

the creditor objects, he must ask the proper court to ':' I...... ..I .U..o4 ,. ".., .vlhoh.ti.. will ...11... 1..1//.. .r.JOHN J; *-DOBL -
require them to pay the previous rate. Before the court can -s MDlll ....."./ 10 r ".., U willlni, ., .111|| l.rmlK.li.n{ my _,1.l ,....,. 1000 Main StreetJacksonville '

do so, however, the creditor must show that the serviceman's .f! 1, Florida

ability to pay the higher interest is "not materially affectedby 5 c....... .. ,Ut"CI.I,.... ... ...,
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As used in the Relief Act, "interest" includes, "service a i MunY CAHCIL Y N..T R.y&I .... -..". "' address

charges, renewal charges, fees, or any charges, except bona I tl.. -s 0.lM 'i)

fide insurance, in respect of such obligations." .. R ---..!
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OJT Trainees OnHewesl'Copler

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Ask Us

. Graduate FridayThe

With the recent renewed e .* '
emphasis on leadership in the final group of some 21
NAS Jacksonville and NAS North
Navy, what is your concep-
i tion of the term leadership? A Island, Calif., trainees will com-

That is,,what does it mean to r plete their on-the-job trainingfor

you and how do you demon- maintenance and repair workon

' strate personal leadership in the Navy's newest helicopter,
your unit? 4 } the IISS-2, under the direction
Sikorsky Service School instruc-
"I feel that it is the abilityto tors here at the Overhaul and

show your men what to do Repair Department on Friday,
by example instead of just December 8.

telling them. I always show
the new men around the shop The training course providedone
week of familiarization for
and acquaint them with the gear.
NAS' Jax personnel, followed by
The example of a squared-away
three separate courses which pro-
uniform is also very important.
vided classroom and OJT for both
If non-rated men see the petty
groups from O&R Jax and O&R
officers in uniform and present-
,.. N.I.
ing a good appearance they will
LEARNING NEW 'COPTER-F. R. in white Service School In-
coat
Barclay ( ) a Sikorsky
do the same. D. R. Buckland The three individual
struclor points out the automatic blade fold equipment of the Navy's newest helicopter the courses,
AT3, VP-30. HSS-2 to a group of on-the-job trainees from NAS Jax and NAS North Island Calif duringa also provided by Sikorsky instructors -
training session here at the NAS Jax O&R.: The final group of some trainees will end their covered a four-week
studies of the new helicopter tomorrow December 8. session on Electrical Systems, a

tour-week session on Naviga-

Essmyer FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION Naval Institute tional Systems, and a six-week

course on Airframe, Power Plant

Seeking Photos and General Maintenance, the
: NamedNATTlTs'Serviceman' latter of which will be com-
dr'w Jacksonville Branch 91, Fleet '
pleted on Friday.
Reserve Association, has launched For New Book
a vigorous holiday period Training included approximately -

schedule of events with all members The U.S. Naval Institute is 60% classroom work, with the

Marine Corporal Joseph E. Ess- urged to attend tonight's, planning a section in a forth-: remaining 40% being spent on

Buckland Hall myer has become the first Ma- December 7, meeting. Twenty coming book featuring the "ten the job, covering operation, ser-

"I think getting new men interested rine at the Naval Air. Technical years ago today the Japanese best black-and-white Naval photographs" vicing, removal, installation, rigg-

in going up for the next Training Unit to be selected as attacked Pearl Harbor-join with of 1961. They may ing, inspection and minor trouble

higher rate is most important NATTU's "Serviceman of the your shipmates at tonight's cover any subject so long as shooting on various systems and

Also encouraging them to study, Month." A member of the Ma- meeting for a special prayer for they clearly pertain to the Navy, components of the first of the
those who have joined the staff HSS-2 aircraft here at NAS Jax.
in and USAFI les
put courses rine Aviation Detachment's Per- the Marine Corps, the CoastGuard
sons. A leader has to get his men sonnel Office, Cpl. Essmyer was of the Supreme Commander the Merchant Marine or Objective of the training was
$ Interested in the Navy If men selected "Serviceman of the On Saturday, December 9, beginning to the sea Itself.Photographs said to provide both O&R's with

y get promoted, leadership will Month" for October 1961. at )800, a joint Branch may be either official -. adequately trained personnel In
take care of itself." D. L. Hall, Cpl. Essmyer was presented a and Unit 91 Christmas party will or unofficial and any indi- some areas prior to their beginn-

AOCA, Mine Target, Ordnance letter of commendation as "Serv- be held at the 'club at 8554 Roosevelt vidual, military or civilian, is ing to receive the new aircraftfor

Division. iceman of the Month" by Captain Boulevard. Presents will eligible to submit their work. maintenance and repair.
be given to children under 12
Hartsel D. Allen, commandingofficer The pictures must have been Pilot overhaul of the
"The petty officer in charge ofa years of age. The Branch and new helicopter -
of NATTU. The commend- taken any time during 1961 and
group of men should Investi- Unit are also providing a meat at O&R is expected to
gate the desires of his men to ation, which will be entered in course and family ladies are reach the Photo Editor, U.S. Naval begin in early 1962.
service record stated Institute, Annapolis, Md., not
Essmyer's ,
determine what rates they wantto asked to bring a covered dish
strike for. Then he should that: "Through Esmyer'si continual of their choice to make up a buffet later than 1630 January 15,

help them to study for advancement tasks in an expedient, efficient table. 1962. Navy 'CoptersAssigned
Fifty dollars will be to
and reliable manner with paid
Also, try to help them out Only three more Saturday
each who took
little supervision he photographer one
or no was
,
he can by taking a
anyway per-
turkey shoots will be held at
of the pictures selected.
sonal interest. That is what I do selected "Serviceman of theMonth" the club before Christmas. The Names,
Unless the return of the
for October 1961. Ess- pho-
myself. L. C. Jenkins IC2 Spe-
shoots, beginning at noon and
myer's initiative and ability were tographs is requested, they will
cial Services.
ending at dusk will be
held
on
demonstrated in his establishing be held by the Institute for pos-
December 9, 16 and 23. By BuWeaponsI
several time and labor saving sible publication elsewhere. Any
Ladies of Unit 91 I
are urged to
methods which increased the administrative such photographs printed will be
attend the Four operational ,i
Auxiliary meeting at Navy helicopters -
efficiency of his unitto paid for upon publication at the
the club on Monday December have been
assigned popular
rate'of $3 for unofficial and $2
a marked degree. His appearance -
11. names by the Chief of the Bu-
for official
and military demeanor are Shipmate George M. Millicanis photographs. reau of Naval Weapons.The .
of the highest standard, and he is the club's
new manager. single
respected by all members of his NATTU Honormen engine HUS-1, used
in
unit. Essmyer's performance in being chosen "Serviceman of the antisubmarine warfare, has

all respects reflects credit upon Month," Essmyer will be fetedto W. F. Lewis, AA, AO(A) been named "Seahorse." This

himself, this Command and the an all-expense paid weekend. School90.68.R. type helicopter, used by the Pre

Jenkins Evans U. S. Marine Corps.. in historic St. Augustine, by the. C. Hoopes, AN, AEA) sident of the United States for
As an additional reward for I.I.tJSO. School-85.83. occasional local flights, has a
"Leadership is primarily best seating capacity of 12 to 18 pas-
...,.
done by setting an example! Thisis sengers or a net payload of two
much better than organized tons for a distance of 100 miles.

programs. I make sure I do my "Seabat" is the name given

job to the best of my ability and, the HSS-1, a single engine craft

therefore, expect the people who capable of day or night flight

work for me to do their jobs S%} 6 under instrument flight condi-
likewise. A person who observes tions and used in antisubmarine
another who is in a position of warfare.

leadership doing their best and The twin-turbined, boat-hulled
being absolutely sincere about HSS-2 has been named "Sea

their job are going to follow j7 King" and as the world's largest

suit." LTJG David A. Evans, amphibious helicopter, is expected -

Armed Forces Examining Sta- to be a key weapon in ASW

tion, Jacksonville.The defense. The HSS-2 recently

claimed a speed record of 174.9

first submarine formally t' miles per hour over a 100 kilo-

authorized for the Navy was .j 4 meter closed circuit course.

the Plunger. She had a designed QUITE A RECORD-Steward strikers at the BOQ here have compiled quite a record in the The HRB-1, an assault trans-
complement of one officer promotion field. According to the CI&E office, they have set a local record at least in haying nine port helicopter with allweatherand
and six enlisted men, was men go up for E-3 and each making it. The nine who will be advanced to TN on December IB shipboard capabilities for
85 feet 3 inches long, and had are (left to right. front row). A. P. Till., R. T. Dumlaon R. B. Dancel and C. P. Qulnlo (back use as a troop and cargo vehicle
row). C. V. Gelacio. B. E. Fajardo. E. D. Gab at R. N. Quingua and R. A. Grui. R. Castaneda.SD2. .
an extreme beam of 11 feet 6 BOQ education petty officer (right), has been given much of the credit for their accomplishment. by the U. S. Marine Corps, has
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Gray Ladies Graduate;




Awards Presented To 34


4Vi itl { y.L" Y} :.f'f{ il@ xg, y, 3' sf
} TM Captain Vincent F. Casey, ComFairJax Chief of Staff,

k 4 k + was the featured speaker Thursday morning, November 30,
i k :: /i : when 25 newly trained Red Cross volunteer Gray Ladies

were graduated in 'the chapel at the Naval Hospital. At the

same ceremony, 34 experienced Gray Ladies received awardsfor

Red Cross volunteer service totalling 82 years. .

Assisting in the presentationof
teers; Mrs. J. A. Marksteiner,
Gray Lady caps and awards
Duval Red Cross Gray
County
were Captain R. O. Canada,
Chairman and Miss Lu-
Lady ,
Naval Hospital commanding officer -
cille Beunter Hospital Chief
who accepted the class for ,
Nurse who assisted in the -
capping
service in the hospital and pre-
.
sented service awards; Mrs.

CAPS BRING SMILES-ThU smiling group of Gray' Lady graduate received their "caps" James R. Compton, O n-post Chaplain John R. Hershberger,
during cereonies at the Naval Hopiilal on Thursday of last week. They are (left to right front
Chairman for Red Cross volun-
row), Mesdames Thomas M. Wofford S. M. Trxcintkl John TUlii John A. GUIcrist Emilie G. Hospital Chaplain offered the invocation -
Blouin. Ira Bulson. Julian G. Fuller Sr.. Fred A..Gruber R. F. Mohrhardt. R. D. Nauman andG. and benediction and Mrs.
R. M. Pearson (back row), William F. Fau James B. Linder Joseph P. White Richard Doherty A. H. Worrall, Hospital Gray
R. G. Wood Alfred S. Lent. Robert E. .Holt Leroy Inrin Preston W. Hatch and J. C. Family Will Gel Lady Chairman, presided. The
Kwaak. Also receiving caps but not present for the ceremony were Mesdames John P. Elixson
A. P. Palanci William B. Prager and Daniel Richardson. graduates and their guests were
honored after the ceremony bya
Christmas Joys cofee reception in the Hospital

Perkins Grammer Will WFGA-TV Will Staff Lounge.

Telecast Show From A3D ClassThe With the addition of the new

class of volunteers, Gray Ladies

Perform At 'Jamboree' 'Sentry Abroad'"Sentry are now filling approximately
hour- 26 members of the cur-
broad, an 95 assignments each week in the
will rent A3D training class here at of the Naval
long news documentary various departments
Carl Perkins, a gentleman that had almost a two mil- be telecast by WFGA-TV NAS Jax has taken it upon Hospital.

lion record seller of a recording that "rocked the world" Channel 12, at 1930 tonight, themselves to spread Christmasjoy .
named "Blue Suede Shoes", bringing him the title, "Mr. Blue I December 7. and good will among some Graduating were: Mesdames

Suede Shoes", and Billy Grammer, one of the most promis- The program will attempt to of the less fortunate in. the area Emile G. Blouin, Ira Bulson,

tng stars to sweep across the country in many a year, have show why the U. S. has basesin in their own way. Richard Doherty, John P. Elix

added their names to the star-studded roster of performersthat other countries, what theyare son, Julian G. Fuller Sr., JohnA.
will at the Jax Services' "Dog- Wanting to see the immediate
appear Navy Special like, who is manning them Gillcrest, Fred A. Gruber,
results of their efforts
Jamboree" at the Jacksonville Coliseum on December helpful ,
patch usedto Preston W. Hatch, Robert E.
and how these posts are
the secured the ofa
15. maintain its defense post- group name Holt, Leroy Irvin, J. C. Kwaak,
Carl will bring with him a mother with seven children
around the world. Alfred S. Lent, James B. Linder,
four piece unit reputed to pro- ure through a local welfare agency I
.L of this is R. F. Mohrhardt, R. D. Nauman,
vide as much music as many ten Viewing program for whom they intend to provide -
: recommended to all hands. I A. P. Palanci, G. R. M. Pearson,
piece orchestras, playing with it food, clothing and toys during William B. Prager, William F.

';kY as a master of the guitar. the Christmas-New Year Rau, Daniel Richardson, John

The unit has proven itself with R. A. Backlund holiday period.Members'of Tillis, S. M. Trzcinski, Joseph P.

4 its great versatility to do "Rock- : the group are do- White, Thomas M. Wofford andR.

n-Roll", "Pop", "RockaBilly"and nating their own money, time G. Wood.Receiving.
Dons
music. Ensign
; country and labor to provide the food,
*< Billy Grammer, a fairly newcomer awards for years of
: clothing and toys for the family.
Y to the Grand Ole Opry Bars At VA44Robert I active volunteer service were:

; i group, has had his first record, D. B. Mitchell, AEC, and R. F. Mesdames Donald Judd and J.

"'' ) } "Gotta Travel On", soar to a A. Backlund, a former Mountfort, AEl, both formerly I P. Patterson, 11 years; ThomasJ.

>' : ,i current high of some 900,000. chief petty officer with Attack of the Naval Air Technical Cummings, 7; Henry Farrow,

Said to be one of the most Squadron 44, has been promotedto Training Unit, are said to be directing I 6; 'F. R. Ignaszewski, 5; James

talented and accomplished per- Ensign and assigned dutiesas the groups helpful efforts; R. Compton, 4; D. P. Johnson

formers, Grammer has worked as the squadron's assistant avi- but when contacted on the matter i and D. R. Queen, 3; Stanley

"_ a musician with several popular onics officer. Mitchell said that there was: Cottrill, A. B. Grubbs, Herbert

groups and headed his own West- no individual in the group any Colt, David Leslie, J. B. Maze,
ENS Backlund
formerly -
assigned
ern dance band, learning the more responsible for their efforts W. A. Rohlfing, J. H. Wernet
to the Fire Control
business from the ground up. sec- than another and that all should and L. P. Zeola, 2; and D. T.
tion of the Avionics
squadron's
Many other nationally and administered the receive any credit given for Beard, Thomas Casey, Nathan
locally popular radio and TV section was their helpful gesture. Cole, T. U. Graff, Thomas Hamic,
oath of his rank CDR
BILLY GRAMMER new by P. T. K. S. Law
personages will appear on the Hoppe, J. O.
"Jamboree", which will begin at W. B. Barrow, VA-44 commanding Mitchell did say, however, that Lence, Manuel Luke, V. E. Mal-

1930 and continue to 0130. officer.In they hoped to provide the family ander, A. W. Midgett, K. Mur-
the near future, ENS Back- with at least a two-week supplyof
Emceeing the festivities will phy, L. S. Nottingham, R. L.
lund will attend the Aviation food, along with some cloth-
be Tommy Tucker, local radio- Read, J. P. Rogers, J. R. Whit-
TV personality who will intro Officer Indoctrination Course at ing for each and possibly toys

: '
attending such nationally known NAS Alameda, Calif., for duty. range in age from three to 15. .Worrall.

personalities as Webb Pierce, '
F
Minnie Pearl, Ferlin Husky and ':;, }y.? "''Yt ,
Norma Jean, locally popular F.::+;: '
:,'a:; A,
radio-TV star Glen Reeves andNAS'
; 71,5.!,#xa.,:ii.3yS:54: :: : +.
own Herschel Lee who will

call for square dancing. 1 ',}'{:Ga.: yiK
R:
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Country costume is +
/1 encouraged
... ,4 aa+;
"= for the "Jamboree", which is to .}:a 'r avk:..C.a
f
4. > be a Christmas party, free-of- \; t"
,
charge to personnel of Jax-based

units that are members of the :

r Composite Recreation Fund. Icr

5, S Military personnel from nearby '

s ,x installations, along with civil _

CARL PERKINS service personnel from both NAS Iv. .
Jax and those nearby stations -

J. of Ihe.LOOK '1\meg I are invited to attend, however, _
.. on payment of a $1.00 fee per

INTO person.
U2 EARr OTickets for personnel of member )

"og. .ynu units will be distributed by ;
l J
GAS A the unit concerned. Tickets for

6TtN other military and civil service _
... CURE Th
personnel be secured
may or arranged -
CASH AWARDS AT O&R-Three Overhaul and Repair Department civilian employeeswere
N PEMNEP for by calling Ext. 512. presented cash awards for Superior Achievement and Sustained Superior Performance
A., Nor Early reservations are urged due last Thursday by CAPT Robert H. Fagan O&R Officer. Receiving Superior Achievement awards
OYI ,-' to the limited number that will were (left to right). Norman P. Rogers. $100. and George Krestalude. 150. Ralph J. Lariiza Is
.VIi. be available. shown as he accepted his $200 Sustained Superior Performance check from CAPT Fagan.Page' .
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During IM Play Jim Rosette Winner Of




The second week of Main- a Silver Gloves Bouts

side intramural cage Action

saw powerhouse FAETU con-
tinue to roll undefeated in All Navy middleweight champion Jim Rosette, the only
the American League with a returning boxer from last year's trophy winning Jax Navy

3-0 slate, while VP-30, ,VP-18 team, took both his bouts to win the open division of the
and VAP-62 ended up with a Florida Silver Gloves Boxing Tournament held at the Main-

;2-0! tie for first in the Nat- lI1IIIiti side Arena last week.

With the first night of
ional.In a bye sette this time waded inside
last week's scoring column, the three-day event, Rosette entered with a barrage of body punchesand
last FAETUwon the the of the
year's champion ring on night solid left hooks which gave
their only scheduled game semi-finals at a trim 160 pounds, him another unanimous decision.
by a forfeit over VP-16. Attack the maximum for middleweights.His .
Next on the card for the New
Squadron 176, smarting after a opponent, veteran Leon Hall
Orleans southpaw will be the
CHAMP MIXES IT UP-Jim Rosette, All-Nary Middleweight -
first round loss to FAETU, won from Services, throws of Fort Benning, Ga., had been
champ HAS Special a right East Coast Interservice Boxing
three tilts last week, the first uppercut (top left photo) to the Jaw of Fort Benning's Leon the All-Army light middleweight Tournament at Washington D.C.,
over ,VA-44 to the tune'of 5449. Hall in their teml-final bout at the Silver Gloves Boxing Tour champ in 1959. Rosette was the
nament at the Jacksonville Main Street Arena last week. Win- December 11-13. Rosette will enter -
A mid-week victory over Air aggressor from the beginning, but
ning the bout by a unanimous nod from the judges, Rosette the light middleweight. (147-
craft Maintenance 58-39 gave the Robert Simmons and remained just out of lethal rangeof
(
was pitted against top center right 156 lb.) division.
Fleetairmen another mark to the photos), also a Fort Benning pugilist The end result can clear- the lanky Hall, blocking most Jax Navy teammate William
good, and on Friday, a 56-38 ly be seen above-Rosette won by a unanimous decision. of the punches with his gloves
novice
Douglas, a light heavy,
rout over MARTD stacked up a and arms. Accurate counter pun-
for this issue. gave a good account of himselfin
5-1 total. IM Golf Titles ching and alert defense gave
his first bout, taking a split
Over in the National circuit, Second week's standings: Rosette a unanimous decision by
decision
over William Burroughsof
the three tie about Still UndecidedRegularly all three
way came as American National judges. Fort Benning. But the follow-

VP-30 nudged Hospital, 69-65; FAETU 3.0 VA-30 20VA176 ) scheduled Mainside Rosette's final night's bout with ing night Douglas lost by un-
VP-18 trounced VA-135 65-29 5-1 VP.18 20VA44 ) intramural golf competition has Robert Simmons of Fort Ben- animous voice of the three judgesto
and the VAP-62 Warriors scut- 2.1 VAP-62 2-0)
been over since Wednesday, ning was considerably more another tough Fort Benning
tled ComFairJax A/c Mllnt. 1.1 OpBolt Hot 2.1
98-45. The War-
OpMeteora 1.1 C'F'Ju 1.2 November 22, but several post- scrappy than the previous night, leather pusher, Amos Crumbly.
riors were scheduled to hassel Admin 1.1 Marines 0.1VU10 ) poned games still remain to be with plenty of inside action. Although Crumbly scored heavily in all
with VP-30 on Tuesday, too late 1.2 NARTU () 1VP.16
'
played. League and Mainside neither' scored a knock- three rounds with telling rights
0-1 0.2)
Hospital down, both knew they had beenin and lefts to the head, and
AF679th 0.2) A.13S 0.2MARTD ) titles are expected to be decided won
Iron Man Trophy 0-3) next week. a fight at the final bell. Ro- the outstanding novice boxer
award for his efforts.

Football Points Two other Jax Navy entries,
boxing in the novice division,
ir fl/ A were defeated the first night.
Scored By TeamsA 1 (/ f r 2 Fred Rutherford, Fort Benning

determined Aircraft Mainte- veteran welterweight, beat Tom
nance football team squeakedpast ... .. Kimbel of Jax Navy by a TKO

stubborn NARTU 19-18 last after 32 seconds of the second

week, in a nip-and-tuck over- round.
time battle which decided third Joe Hinson of FAETU, another
place in the Mainside intramural local 147 pound novice, lost his

football playoffs.But bout to Terry McKinnon of the
more than final standingswere 4 < St. Petersburg Athletic Club bya

effected by these games. technical knockout after 43
Iron Man trophy points, awardedto seconds 'of the second round.
those units having teams entered P j '

in a particular sport, are % \ Foul
Shooting
accumulated toward the Iron a : 4;

Man Trophy, most coveted intra- : __ ia Contest. At
mural sports award aboard the 43 '

Station. \ Gym December 8
Touch football Iron Man points
were attached to the following ,' A basketball foul shooting

units in direct ratio to their fin- contest will be staged at the

al standing: Marines/1000; VA- y Mainside gym beginning Fri-
44/750, A/C Maintenance/500, .fi day, December 8, at 1400, and
NARTU/450, Air Force 679th400last will be continued Saturdayand

( season's champ), Adminis- Sunday, beginning at
tration/350, VAP-62/300, VA-35/ :' t 1300.

300, FAETU/200, MARTD/100, The event, under the aus-

VP-30/100, VA-176/100, Hospi- ...: .. N '1 ::,.., pices of the Navy Special Ser-
tal/100 VP-18/100 vices Sport a Month program,
VA-16/100, FOILED AGAIN-Bruce Richards (foreground), of the Marine Air Reserve Training Detach will consist of the most shots
and Operations/100. meat, goes up under the board in a two point attempt but is thwarted by two VA-176 cagen in the
proceis. At the final buzzer the patrolmen had trounced the Leathernecks 56-38, to give VA- made out of 100 from the
176 a 5.1 record thus far-just one game behind American League leading FAETU which ports free throw line.
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TWO PROPS?-Yes. two propellers are operated by each of
the British Royal Air Force's Shackleton ASW : bomber's 44Jsaas
four engines in order to utilize their full patrol using i 3
longer props. Explaining the technicalities are two of the air FLYING ENGLISH BULLDOG?-This headon photo of the British Royal Air Force Shack
craft's crewmen Senior Tech T. V. Murphy and Junior Tech leton ASW patrol bomber after it arrived htre last Friday, presents the unusual appearance as
W. Galloway Jr. of the RAF. Listening are J. L. Dellinger, though it were a snub-nosed bulldog with with definite
AT2, and K. A. Llsk. AT2, both of VP16. tonnge hanging out very eyes etc. The
blunt nose. wwnn eltnn.wvmwn of the plane. II laid to allow for Greater Visibility UD front.
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MOVIESThursday NAS Three ElectricityOff CLASSIFIEDFOR SALETrailer2 IM Bowling Title Play


Hours bdrm, bath, 50'xlO', 2 yn

Mainside ,Hot December Blood,7 1900 Sunday, Dec.: 10 old Riverfront; EV 8-8480 Hornet or 7332636.-tep. gUilt h..., 3 To Begin December 13

only. A three-hour interruptionof bdrm, 2 bath, fireplace, 500' dock;
CO "- 646. Intramural bowling at the Mainside went into its
NATTUnit Mr. Sardonicus, electric service has been alleys
Cedar Hilli-3 bdrm, 1 % bath
,
1900 only. scheduled for the Station being tranif. PH 771-6782. gar. final week of play this week, with the last regularly sche-

Hospital-Babette Goes to War, between 1200 and 1500 on FOR RENT duled games to be played today. The top male kegling

1900 only. Sunday, December 10, unless Furn. Apt.-4 rmt, bath, $75 per mo., squads from the National, Continental and American
Friday, December 8 inclement weather prevails at upr.Lake prl./ entr.; Mrs. Booiey, EV 41143. Leagues will begin a championship title rolloff at the Main-
Short-3 bdrm, tile
Mainside-Absent Minded Pro that time, in which case the bath, avail Dec. Mrs. Boyer gar,, EV new 8-4531. side alleys Wednesday, December 13, at 1900. The Wavesare

fessor, 1900 only.NATTUnit outage will be rescheduled at Unfurn. Cottage rmi; Mrt. Ida B.Ii.IIrlo. due to decide their winner a day earlier on Tuesday
FV RSSn4Furn. at nun.
Hot Blood 1900
a latter date. I -- "
only. The Apt.::4 rmt, bath, gar.,' $70,; The Continental League had
Commissioned Officers'Mess Mrs. Clark
EV 71950.
Hospital-Mr. Sardonicus, 1900 (Open) and (Closed) will Furn. Apt.-4 rmt., prl. entr., adult! one of the'two tightest races for VP-30 Spikers
only. be provided power during pref.; EV 4-2522. the top post when this was

Saturday, December 9 the outage period. Furn. Apt.-4 rmi. & tile bath, 1 bdrm written, as evidenced by these Retain IM Title
$75'p.r mo., available Dec. 1 records -
Mainside Claudelle Inglish, upr. ,, : Hornets/35-13, Fir

1900 only. only. Riverside Double; Car EV 4-1143.Gsr.-lge. 3 bdrm. home, Balls/32-12 and ComFairJax '"B" In VolleyballPatrol

NATTUnit I-- Absent Minded Hospital Claudelle Inglish, kit. equip/ ; Mrt. Oakley, SP 1.1106. 34-14.
Professor, 1400 and 1900. 1900 only. THIS 'N' THAT Over in the National circuit, Squadron 30, last year's
Riders Wanted-leave for Waco, Texet I intramural volleyball champ, retained *
Hospital-Hot Blood, 1900 only. Tuesday December 12 three teams are in a neardeadlock -
on Dec. 18; LTJG Cox, Cecil Field, Ext. its title this season as the
Sunday, December 10 Mainside-Wichita, 1900 only. 546 SP 1.9801 after 1600. for first place. 'The Echoes,
incumbent
Mainside Cat Burglar, 1400 NATTUnit-Madison, Avenue, Ride Wanted-to Calif., leaving Jan. desperately holding on to a spike kings rompedover
and 1900. 1900 only.Hospital. 19; Ralph Bailey, Jax Air Newt; Ext. 216or I three point lead with 34-14, are VP-741 in their final game
8164. 15-10 and 15-9 to finish with
NATTUnit-Claudelle Inglish, Cat Burgular 1900 due to face the third place Pay- a
Help W.nted-May.Coh.n'
Dept. Store flawless 10-0 record.ComFairJax .
1400 and 1900. only needs part-time or full-time help for:: masters (2918) tonight. Note

Hospital-Absent Minded Pro Wednesday, December 13 Christmas Holiday period. Navy / i to be discounted, the second. one game out in
fessor, 1900 only.Monday Mainside-The Secret and depend. Interestd apply at Florida place Stingers are in an excel- second place, suffered their only
Ways, State Employment Srvlc, 40 loss at the hands VP-30 in
December 11 1900 only; Jax. E. Bay St., lent position to take the lead of.

Mainside Madison Avenue, NATTUnit-Wichita, 1900 only. Duty Sw.p-AT2. approx. 4 mot. per with 3517. They are slated tot three the second week of play in a

1900 only. Hospital Madison Avenue, yr., on Riviera & 8 mot. per yr. a clash against Aircraft Maintenance game sweat session, to
NATTUnit-Cat Burgular, 1900 1900 only. > NAS Oceans with VA-81; Howard "C" tonight. finish with nine wins and one
Meekt 104 Ingram Road, Lynnhaven, VirJ .
I American League I leading lossThe
two
-- eames which remained -
Spades Aces went into the finalweek's to be played will not affect

play with' 43-9, beyondthe the first four places.
reach of the two-teams tied
Standings at press time:

for second, Molarolas and Op- VP-30. ..................................10-0

erations AUW, with 37-15. ComFairJax ................................9-1

High game-series laurels were VA-44 ............................................8-2

knocked down by Jim Bettingaleof Dispensary .................................7-3

Dispensary, with 222 and 604, O & R ........................,..................5-4

respectively. Several top local Disease Vector Control ...........5-5

keglers must be tightening up in Marines ........................................4-6
> the final round, for this was the Air Force 679th .........?..............3-6

only 600 series bowled last week. VP-741 ..........................................2-7

League standings before playoff''VP-18 .........................................0-10

were: VP-16 .........................................0-10

American Continentals National
Spades Aces 43-9 Hornets 35-13 Echoes 34.14
Molorolas 37.15 Fire Belle 32.12 Stingers 35-17
O OpAUW 37.15 ComFalrJu "B" 34.14 Paymasters 291,2.181,2
Sky Warriors 36-20 O&R 32-20 Marines "B" 26',2.211,2
Yellow Jackets 32.20 Army ADA 29.19 Scope Dopes 24',2.23',2
Play Boys 32-20 Owl Hoots 27.21 Hospital 24-24
Dispensary 322( Spartans 27.21 VP.16 22.22
Electrons 322( Strikes 29.23 NARTU 231.241,4
LUCKY SERVICEMEN-RADM Joseph M. Carson, commander Fleet Air Jacksonville and Alc Maint._ 26-:6 Supply "A" 22-26 Supply "B" ,2.22',2
Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District holds one of three cards which he selected bearing the FAETU 25-27 Grocers 228( VP.30 "c" 25-27
names of servicemen overseas whose families will be allowed to call them free of charge during Ten Pint 230 3rd Crewmen 16-28 VP.30 'B" 201,2.27h
the holiday period by the local unit of the Communications Workers of America. Providing such ComFairJIIC HAlO 1"-38 AIC M.lnt. 17.31 Road Runners 19.19
calls annually is a national Christmas program of the group. Observing the drawing are ((1.fl), Admin. MAA' 13-39 Untouchables 11.37 Pin Handlers 19.29
Roy Armstrong state director of the CWA J. M. McDonald, president of Local 3106 CWA. and Marines- "8" 10.42 Wave Bk.. 5-43 Pin Benders 16-32
Brigadier Emil Miller of the Salvation Army. Pin Queens 547Page