Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 25, 1962
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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maintenance and records have
now become a family under
taking at VA-44 with the reunion
there of two father-son
teams and one set of identical
twins. Shown here are the
family groups (left to right),
Marion Griffin. AMCS, of Air
frames Division and his son Jt1X S
Marion Griffin Jr., AN of
Operations Department Willie J
Culberson, ADJ1. Power
Plants Division and his son
William, AA, of Indoctrinationand
Training Division and -
identical twin brothers, Larry
and Garry Seaton both ANs
of Indoctrination and Training. Vol. 19 No. 41 U. S. NAS JadMonYtlU. Fit 25 January 1962

? !' [Enlistment, Extension

Policies Are Revised

The Navy in its drive to build an all-volunteer force
has revised enlistment and extension policies.The .
Bureau of Naval Personnel --
has issued directives permitting But the need for experiencedmen
the reenlistment, of first is going to be felt when
enlistment E-3s, even though the called-up reservists start returning -
they have not passed their examinations to civilian life later this
for promotion to third year. For this reason, the Navyis
class petty officer. waiving the noreenlistmentrule
The Bureau says men of any for E-3s until furthur no-
pay grade whose enlistmentshave tice.

__ been involuntarily extended The less than one year extensions -
: because of the Berlin crisis have been authorized in

buildup may be reenlisted.In order t 0 meet circumstances
k : c addition, current enlist- created by some of the many
: ments may be extended under new programs the Navy has in
certain conditions, for periods of operation, a BuPers spokesmansaid.
I t' less than a year, if the indivi- Short evtensions to com-

..b:.:;,: T ; 4 _ dual wants, such an extension. plete a cruise have been per-
'' ., Under normal conditions, E-3s time but
::o: jti Ly:: mitted for some ,
are not permitted to reenlist
of the newer programs such as
:;rnxa.i:::k:h.:iv'yirtro:+:. iuyfc;:Yrfa's' after their first enlistment ex-
MOROCCON VISITOR-His Excellency Abdelhamid El Alaoui Pasha of Kenitra, Morocco pires unless they have passed I FRAM, will now benefit from
(center), is greeted on his arrival here at NAS Jax last week by (left to right), RADM Joseph M. their petty officr examination. extensions for less than a year.
Carson, ComFairJax and ComNabSix, and CAPT James R. Compton, NAS Commanding Officer. I
The Pasha's interpreter Mansur Saca is at right. The Pasha, ruler of Kenitra, where the U. S. .
Naval Base Port Lyautey, is located, spent two days in the vicinity, visiting Jacksonville, the
beaches Mayor Haydon Burns, etc.. as part of his tour of the United States as a guest of the U.S. Final CC-UF
State Department. .r Figures

Enlisted Rating Structure Navy IG Party Show We Hit 118%

The treasurer's report released this week shows that
To Arrive HereOn military and civilian personnel of Navy activities in the
Jacksonville area contributed $118,816, or 118%, to the
Revisions Are Announced 1962 Duval County Community Chest-United Fund Drive.A .
29 activities is as
January breakdown of contributions by

The Secretary of the Navy has approved several re- follows:
is among the
visions to the enlisted rating structure in a recent notice, ComFairJax $31,977 119%
naval activities
in the Sixth -
with the revisions to become effective March 1. l District that will undergoa Fleet Air Wing 11 6,977 267%

The Guided Missileman (GS) pair, tuning, and alignment of comprehensive survey by the Marine Recuiting 92 131%
general rating has been retitled missile internal guidance sys- Naval Inspector General and his Marine Corps Training Cen. 65 162%
Missile Technician (MT) in the tems and alignment and use of staff beginning Monday, January MAD (NATTU) 1,518 146%
revision. Other changes the
are missile electronic test equipment. 29. MARTD 497' 291%
disestablishment of the emer- Beginning with the August Various management agency
gency rating of Aviation Pilot 1692 Navy-wide examinations, teams will visit and inspect activities NAS Jacksonville 41,837 104%
(ESV) and the emergency rat- changes contained in the notice in the Jacksonville area NAS Cecil Field 5,595 96%

Ing of Photogrammetry. Assist- I will be reflected in the exams during the period January 29 to Naval Hospital 2,291 101%
ant (ESP). For February 15. 160%
for all active duty personnel. NARTU Jax 1,239
The path of advancement to inactive duty personnel l. changes I The survey will include an NS Mayport, Destroyer etc. 21,091 135%
LDO for the MT rating will be will be. reflected in the Series evaluation of the performancesof
the same as it is at present for "M" exams effective in March all activities in carrying out Naval Reserve Training Cen. 183 456%
the GS rating that is LDO Con- 1963. their assigned missions and tasks Navy Recuiting 253 194%

trol Ordinance. The training courses and pub- and encompasses all facets. NATTU 4,520 113%
Included within the scope of lications listed in Nav-Pers 10- Heading the inspecting party Nab Six Staff 221 276%
the MT general rating is addi- 052-1 for GS rating will remain will be RADM J. C. Wylie, De- Resident Inductrial Manager 441 87%
tional emphasis on the test, re- efective for the MT rating. puty Naval Inspector General.

Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS 25 January 196xaneis

i GERA OfferingLow


Cost Events

NAS, Jacksonville 1f I
CAPT J. R. Compton Commanding Officer k,{ : .
COR Walter J. Schub Executive Officer For EmployeesThe

Plot Air Jacksonville! j NAB 6ND
RADM Joseph M. Carson ____Commander first in a series of 1962 $ i S 4
CAPT Vincent F. Casey Chief of Staff money-saving events have just ':: >
Ht Air Eleven'
CAPT Gilbert J. Frawenhelm", .... ..- ______Commander been released by the Government
CAPT Andrew H. Cow rt __ Chief Staff Officer Employees Recreational Associa- t
Naval Air Technical Training Unit tion, bringing outstanding offer-
CAPT Hartiel D. Allen \ CommandIng Officer ings of recreational and social
COR Eugene F. Verdery Executive Officer
Navel Hospital activities to its members, their ,.

CAPT R. O. Canada Commanding Officer families and friends.In 'q rte'
CAPT Stephen H. Tollnt __executive Officer its seventh year of success- 7trAt : .:
Naval Air Rea... Training Unit ful recreational offerings ___
holiday _
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. CommandIng Officer ____
GERA is its _
CDR William M. Miller executive Officer now giving mem- _____
Printed commercially with non-epproprleted funds In Jacksonville, Florida atao bers a choice of two European __
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS M5 Rev. July vacations of 24 days each, only
1V58. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet All 15 leave days, at a price of only
Jacksonville: Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing
II, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hospital. $599 with all expenses paid. Also TOP' COMFAIRJAX CHIEF PROMOTED-Jack S. Wade
CDR Alex N. Mclnnls Jr. Service Information Officer offered are other low-cost, all (left), receives his new officer's hat and a congratulatory

Andrew H. Planey _____________ Assistant Service Information Officer expense paid holiday tours to handshake from RADM Joseph M. Carson. ComFairJax and
Newt Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb Staff-Mae Spencer JO| Sandy Martinson, Scandinavia ComNabSix, on his promotion to Ensign from YNC. Ensign
JOSN. Photographer, Joy Moreau, PH2. Spain, Israel, Wade, who had been leading chief in the ComFairJax general
Member of North Florida Industrial! Editor Association and Southern and International Greece, Sicily, etc. office for the past three years, was commissioned through the
Councils of Industrial Editor Interested members or em- Limited Duty Officer program.
The Jex Air Newt I II a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material. ployees may obtain further in-
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit It give. .--... formation by writing the Secre-
repht unless otherwise credited: are official U.S. Navy Photographa.
Editorial offices located hi Roam 210 Main AdmtnMratkM k.iiinr. PKene tary, GERA, Box 1400, GPO, I I
eemlone 814 1 656 272 ... 216. New York 1, N.Y. CIVIL SERVICE

Income TaxesRelief If Va'Ask I News In ReviewSICK I

Persons returning to Federal employment after a break in

service will now be recredited with all previously earned sick

you believe that thereIs leave if rehired within three years, the Civil Service Commissionhas

a definite difference be- announced.The .
When That Form
Filling tween Socialism and Communism
period for recrediting of sick leave was limited by pre-
? If so, what, in your vious regulations to one year.
opinion is this difference?
You can't avoid it. Paying taxes is something everyone The change in sick leave regulations also extends the re-

does. If you earn money you pay income tax on it. The only "Definitely, a difference. Com- crediting of sick leave from one to three years in the followingcases

question is, to whom. munism is sup- : (1)) When an employee transfers to a Government job undera

Federal income tax is universal pose to be apeople's different leave system under which he can transfer only part
from another state.
throughout the United Sta- government of his sick leave, the untransferred leave shall be recredited to
tes and its territories, and some Ordinarily, you file two state yet him if he returns to the leave system under which it was earned

states levy income taxes. income tax forms, one, a "resident" one man is without a break in service in excess of three years; ((2) When an
income tax return to
Servicemen stationed in statesor now running it. employee transfers to a Government job to which he cannot trans-
territories having their own your home state on all of your People only fer his sick leave, the untransferred leave shall be recredited to

income taxes sometimes wonder income, and the other, a "nonresident" work for the him if he returns to the leave system under which it was earned
return to the state
whether or not they pay taxesto government in without a break in excess of three years.
where you are stationed on all Communism. Ina
their home states or the state
in which they earned their in- non-military income earned in Socialist formof Also, any employee who leaves his civilian position to enter
that state. Gatdorf the military service shall have his existing sick leave account
comes. If their home states do government
certified for credit or change and such leave shall be reestablishedas
not impose income taxes, theyare This could amount to paying people have a chance to work
a credit or charge when he is re-employed in a position under
confused about whether taxes on your non-military in- more for themselves and keep
Federal state local their J. L. Gasdorf, the Sick Leave Act not more than three years after separationfrom
or ,
they have to pay taxes at all. come, may own money.
The Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil and the state where you are BT2, MAA Force. active military duty.

Relief Act, a Federal' law, exempts serving. However, tax credits "Oh yes, there certainly is a "REFORM OF EMPLOYEEPAY

military pay from all may reduce your overall tax difference. The main difference SYSTEM NEEDED"

state income taxes, except those burden if this is the case. .,:;.. is the propaganda Reform of the Federal employee pay system is urgently required -

imposed by the state of domi- No exemptions are authorized the Communists President Kennedy's Pay Panel has reported.

cile, the home state. under the act for civilian -members T put out. Reform is particularly needed in Grades GS-12 and above, the

This only applies to income of your household from ..t. They don't tell preliminary report discloses.

taxes based on military pay. The taxes in the state of temporary .., people the "
r T "There was agreement among committee members, the Presi-
act does not exempt non-military residence. truth. Communist
dent was told, "that the Federal Government should take steps
income, earned, within a state Under the act any tax on in- put on a insure the
promptly that employees from the lowest levels to
where you may be serving. come, federal, state or local, may :: big front and senior ranks should receive compensation comparable to that of

States can and do, for example be deferred up to six months no eknows really employees in industry doing like work."
require you to pay income taxes after separation from active what is
on salaries from civilian employment service. This deferment does not s going on." The committee is deeply concerned at the inadequate com

therein, rents from involve interest charge or pen- Kirkland G r a d y Kirk- pensation presently paid Federal civilian employees and especiallyto

property located in the state alties if your ability to pay is land, A02, NARTU. those bearing senior responsibilities under the civil service or

and profits from the sale of such materially impaired by reasonof "Sure there is a difference. in appointive office, the preliminary report said.

property, even though you hail I military service. True Communism : DISABILITY, OPTIONAL

SNAFU 13 NAS Enlisted exist does anymoreas not '\A1j.. ,;v tr': w \:" RETIREMENT About one out EXPLAINED of every four applicants approved for disability -

it was orig- retirement under the Civil Service Retirement Act could

Men AdvancedThirteen inally set up by obtain the same benefits quicker by applying for optional rather

NAS Jax enlisted Karl Marx. :.M than disability retirement.A .
fl / successfully'passed the
r ,oktI grade E-3 examination on Russia now hasa recent review of disability applications by the Civil ServiceCommission
I aG shows that almost 25 percent of the applicantsare
January 9 and were advancedto instead.
60 years of age with at least age
30 years of service or are
that 18. ,
grade January
The original 62
with at least 12 years of service. An individual attaining either
Those advanced and their k ":: :
new theory held .. of
these combinations of and annuity,
age service receives the same
rank are Andre P. Belanger, that the state Bomberger the
same health issubject
benefits the and
same life insurance benefits,
ETNSN Robert W.
; Campbell, would wither and it is
away to the same Federal income retires
tax rates whether
MNSN; Joseph C. Coppens, AN; still in existence." LT John Bom- optionally! or for disability. However disability
by applying for
Ernesto W. Delgado TN JeraldJ.
; berger, U. S. Naval Hospital. retirement he
delays his leasta
wirKARE.WAS Drabek, RMSN, and RonaldE. entry on the retirement rolls by at
Drabek, RMSN. month because of the additional time needed for medical examination

Also, Sylvia R. Lacey, SN; NATTU HonormenSSgt. requirements.; and medical determination that he meets the disability

Gerald G. Lushia, SN; Billie D.
I George H. West AO-A The
Melton, AN; Carole A., Moshier, reason these employees elect the longer route to
X TEPE'75A' YNSN; Gerald J. O'Mara, AN; School 89.85. retirement stems from their mistaken belief that they receive

YOU POOK POINa CALLED 1ONIGHrHONE)7"AVHAT AKS Samuel S. Payne, FN, and Elias James R. Yunker, AN, AE- greater benefits Under disability retirement the commission said.Employees .

Rivera, SN. School 87.69. who are approaching retiremeni may wish to consult
FPM Bulletin No. 831-1 at their Personnel Office for more details.

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25 January 1962

', ; rF ___ NX Stores Set

Closing Dates

For InventoryNavy

Exchange Retail Storesat

NAS, NATTU and the Naval
Hospital will vary closing on :

Thursday, Friday and Saturday, '
January 25, 26 and 27, for their .
regular semi-annual Inventory. \"
: -
Closed Thursday January 7 '

NAS Mainstore, Bldg. 27; F ; i' t Fl t. ;* ., ,.
Country Store, Bldg. 954; Men's :
Shop, Bldg. 3; Commissary Store

VA-44 HONORMEN-"Bluejacket of the Month" and "Out- Location, and the NATTU Retail \ .
standing Plane Captain of the Month" honor hare been award Store, Bldg. 554. .,
ed J. Fowler, ADJ1, (right), and J. S. Griffith. AO3 respect Closed Friday, January '
ively by VA44. Fowler was commended for his outstanding "
performance of duty while serving with the Power Plants Di NAS Mainstore, Bldg. 27; :
vsion in the A4D Shop. Griffith was cited while serving as plane Country Store, Bldg. 954; Men's
captain on the AD line. Both men were commended for their Shop, Bldg. 3, and the Naval
personal appearance and military bearing.
Hospital Retail Store, Bldg.

'Hurricane Hunters' Send Closed Saturday, January
Naval Hospital Retail Store, .
Bldg. H2009.

Letter Of Thanks To NASThe The service station, restaurants S _.w_ _ S
and other service department S..'

following letter of appreciation has been receivedby facilities at the above activities S :
Captain James R. Compton, NAS Commanding Officer, will remain open during regul ,' '. ts:* '

from Commander J. A. Langfur, Commanding Officer of irly scheduled hours. : __ _

Airborne Early Warning Sauadron Four: T.______ _
"During the. 1961 Hurricane u1] .$ "iiil ''il' -
to MH-5 on a reconnaissanceflight.
Season, AEWRON Four main-
Naval I Extensive landing gear VP-30, VP-18 AIRBORNE CHEF-The mystery of how to provide a hot
tained a detachment at
and airframes meal to an eleven.man antisubmarine warfare crew during
Air Station, Jacksonville. Although damage was sus- flight with limited facilities and groceries is demonstrated hereby
normally composed of two stained by a blown tire, requiring Will Gel New James D. Clark, AO3 of VP-lS's Crew Three. Clark takes
aircraft, the detachment often Class B maintenance. time out from his regular duties to prepare a hot meal for his
Original time estimates were reduced crewmates during a tactics flight somewhere over the Atlantic.
consisted of as many as five The results his
of efforts will most likely be "Jacksonville
and the aircraft
aircraft while flying hurricane was oper- CDs ASW Stew."
reconnaissance from Jackson ational two days before the expected TuesdayTwo

ville. "Please date. sincere NAS Jax-based Airborne Chefs
"The cooperation received from convey my ap- squad- Prepare
your command was highly Instrumental preaciation to the personnel of rons, VP-30 and VP-18, are get-
your command. It was largely ting new commanding officers.
in enabling the detachment -
to carry out its assigned through their efforts that our CDR W. W. Honour will begin 'ASW Stew' For CrewsMemphis
able to duties as skipper of VP-30
crews were accomplishtheir on
mission. Through the efforts -
of your personnel, our mission efficiently and January 3Q,,,relieving CDR T. has its Navy Bean Soup and BQston its Clam
crews experienced a minimum of without delay. The cooperation R. McClellan who has commanded Chowder but have you ever tried Jacksonville ASW Stew?
difficulty and delays In meeting received by our detachment is the squadron since June, 1961. It is a specialized dish prepared aboard P2V "Neptunes" by
commitments. in keeping with the highest tradition CDR McClellan, who has recently Patrol Squadron 16 Ordnanceman "Chefs" while flying antisubmarine -

"Particularly noteworthy was of the Naval Service." I been selected for promo- warfare training missions far at sea.

the performance by Overhaul & tion to captain, will go to new The old adage that "an army
Repair in repairing damage done duties with the Office of the travels on its stomach" applies tine. With the pot simmering
Joint Chiefs of Staff, Washington equally to Navy fliers. Particularity during the flight, no crewman
D.C. the P2V men who spend ever has a neglected pang of
LDO Application r hunger. And the problem of 11
Both CDR Honour and CDR 10 to 18 hours in the perfecting *
McClellan ASW tactics. The need hungry men working in the air
are graduates of the
Deadline MovedTo Naval Academy. for a hot, nourishing meal for is solved by the resourceful
Navyman in his cramped galley.
the 11-man crews innovated the
Thursday January 25
Mainside Imitation CDR Honour has commanded cuisine, although similiar entrees Not all flights are fortunate
of Life
1 ,
February 190 only. VP-18 since May 1961. have appeared on menus for cen- enough to get the ASW Stew.

A recent notice contains information NATTUnit-The Mask, 1900 Taking over the duties as commanding turies.In Some VP-16 ordnancemen-
that,a revision to Bu- only. officer of VP-18 on the P2V's, the space allotedto turned-cooks take great pride in
Pers Instruction 1220.18 has now Hospital-Destry, 1900 only. Tuesday was CDR Robert F. the "airborne galley" contains turning out other bills of fare.

reduced the processing period for Friday January Lyons, who was serving as the standing space for one man anda Steak dinners, for instance, com-
the LDO and Integration Pro- Mainside-The Hustler, 1900 squadron's executive officer. two burner stove. The ord- plete with buttered carrots and

grams from four months to six only. CDR Lyons began his naval nanceman preparing the meal asparagus tips, plus salad, and

weeks, requiring the submissionof NATTUnit-Imitation of Life, service in 1942 as a Naval Avia- has to apply ingenuity and use all the extras are' sometimes
completed applications by 1900 only. tion Cadet after attending Boston surrounding sonobuoy racks, ammunition conjured up. The steaks are

April 15 instead of April 30. Hospital-The Mask, 1900 only. College and Tulane University.I boxes, and other grilled in an electric skillet and
the entire
In view of this change, the' Saturday, January 27 During the early years of his 'articles as kitchen aids. plates meal served on paper

local deadline date for receipt I Mainside-Flight That Disappeared career, he served as a flight instructor The flying messman dices any
of applications has been movedup I 1900 only. and patrol plane pilot. type meat, hamburger is 'more VP-16, commanded by CDR
to February 1. deal, that has been issued the Robert G. Bagby, as a unit of
NATTUnit-The Hustler, 1400 He has attended the General I
Fleet Air
Additional information for crew as unprepared rations and Wing Eleven, does not
and 1900.
Line School and the Air Tntel-
places the basic ingrediant in his take credit for originating the
those desiring to submit applica- ,
igence and Naval
Sunday January 28 Intelligence
dish since it is
largest caldron. Then he suspected, without
tions be obtained from NAS opens
may Schools under the
Helen Morgan Navy's post- all the canned vegetables that confirmation, that the other four
December 26
of ,
Jax Inst. 1120.1 1400 graduate and the Armed
Story, and 1900. program, have been provided and adds VP squadrons of FAW-11 have
1961. NATTUnit-Flight That Disappeared Forces Staff College. them to the pot. Since the cook savored the speciality during
1400 and 1900. has choice similiar patrols.
no an epicure might
FMF, Atlantic Hospital-The Hustler, 1900 think this is a hit-or-miss prop- This procedure and recipe isn't
MDBS Ballots osition. It is! Next, canned recommended for home use be-

Has New M-14 Monday, January 29 soups are added the more cause regardless of the ingredi-
Mainside-Pepe, 1900 only. Due January 26A vegetables the better. ants used and the master touches

NATTUnit-The Helen Morgan VP-16 ASW crews have also mplied, the ASW Stew will nev-
M-60 WeaponsAll
Story, 1900 only. last reminder to membersof pooled resources and accumulated pr taste the same as it does ina

units of Fleet Marine Hospital-Flight That Disappeared the Employees' Mutual Death enough various seasonings P2V while 400 miles at sea ont
1900 only.Tuesday that the assortment resembles dark, squally night looking for,
Atlantic now armed a
Force, are Benefit Society! Have mailed :
you -
wth the new M-14 rifle and M- January 30 spice island display. Now the an elusive submarine.The .
NATTUnit-Malaga, 1900 only. In your ballot on the proposed chefs shine
60 machine gun. Issue of the as they dashes
weapons, ammunition and accessories Mainside-Pepe, 1900 only. changes to the Constitution and and pinches where palates dictate name America' has been
was accomplishedwithin Hospital-The Helen Morgan By.Laws of the Society? their need. selected for the attack aircraft

a period of 24 hours. Story, 1900 only.Wednesday. In order for your ballot to be The mixture is then cooked as carrier, CVA-66, now being built

Current plans are being madeto January 31 counted as valid, It must bear long as the famished crew will for the Navy. The ship is to be
equip remaining Fleet Marine Mainside-X-15, 1900 only. How and the ensuing delicacy launched in 1963 and commis-
Force units with these new NATTUnit-Malaga, 1900 only. I a postmark no later than January is served in paper cups with sioned in 1964. It is the fourth

weapons by the end of 1962. Hospital-Pepe, 1900 only. I 26. seconds" or even "thirds" rou- Navy ship to bear the name.


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4 JAX AIR. NEWS 25 January 1962

I. .,

Huge Throng Attends Tenth Violation Station Traffic RecordThe AFMA Told AutomationWill

following; is a reportof GainsMembers

Annual Credit Union MeetAn motor vehicle accidents and Continue

traffic violations for the per-

iod January 14-20: of the Jacksonville Chapter of the Armed

estimated throng of 750 Credit Union members NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis Forces: Management Association were provided with a look

turned out for the Tenth Annual Meeting of the Jax Navy week .......................... 4 into the future of American industry and management last

Federal Credit Union at King Hall last Friday.Rear Total For 1961 ................220 Thursday by Dr. Ben Rogers, vice president and dean of

Admiral Joseph M. Car- Total For 1960 ................259 Jacksonville University.
son, ComFairJax and ComNabSix NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis Speaking at the monthly meet-
in industry and will invade the
was guest speaker for the week .......................... 61 ing of the AFMA at the Officers area of the "brain" more and

occasion. Other guests included Speeding '.......................... 5 Club, Dr. Rogers predicted that
more. There will be little left,
Captains James R. Compton, NAS Reckless Driving ............ 2 machines, or automation, will
he said, that will not be ableto
Commanding Officer; Hartsel D. Running Stop Sign ........ 1 continue to make great inroadsPREDICTS be programmed into
a machine
Allen, NATTU Commanding Of- Others ............................... 53 by 1985.
ficer, and H. g x He made mention of modern

regular business session, officers LAST INJURY IN MOTOR machines that can play chess
nominated and elected to VEHICLE ACCIDENT 23
with humans and come out vic-
the Board of Directors for three Thirty-one drivers appeared torious and profit by mistakes to

year terms include Donald R. before the Traffic Hearing be able to play the next game

Moran, NAS Fire Chief; RolandE. Board on January 22 with better.

Byrd, Industrial Hygiene, and disposition of cases as follows; {r The economic structure of the

CDR Nathan Cole Jr., NAS Le- five lost driving and parking U. S. by 1985, Dr. Rogers pre-

gal Officer. Elected to the Cre- privileges for various periods, dicted, will maintain the same

dit Committtee for a three year eight were assigned to com- balance as today's even though

term was John J. Borje, of Over- plete an eight-hour course in capital will exceed the growthof

haul and Repair. Department. remedial driving, eighteenwere the population. As the economy

President Donald R. Moran given suspended penal- grows, he sees the corporate

stated that the Board had ap- ties, and four were given Q structure growing with it, but

proved payment of a 41% divi- SUPPLY PERSONALITYMrs. warnings. not beyond it.
Accidents have
dend on share accounts and a Betty Robinson of the causes. The corporates of the future,
10% refund to borowing mem- Supply Department's Planning the following suggestions you the JU professor foresees, willno

bers during other business con- Division. selected as" "Person- may find what might cause longer be national in scope,
allty of the Month. displays to have
ducted. Credit Union assets have a winning smile and a scale you one. but will be multi-national. Half
1. Do
allow others
reportedly risen to more than model of the Grumman A2F you to of the business transacted by our

$3J million as of December 31 "Intruder' presented her. court distract your attention while AUTOMATIONDr. larger corporations will be with
increased to esy of the Grumman Aircraft driving, or do you keep your
and members have Ben Rogers vice presidentand foreign nations or on foreignsoil.
Corporation on her selection. eyes and mind carefully on Dean of Jacksonville University
over 12,500. CDR Kenneth S. Law. Supply As this trend comes about,
the road ahead? predicts machines or
New officers for the year 1962 Officer, read the citation to automation, will continue to I he warned that American busi-
2. Do
interested in
will be announced next week, Mrs. Robinson who is secretary you get make great inroads in Indus ness should be alert to the dif-

following a meeting of the Boardof to the Management Plan scenery, billboards and peo- try in the future, invading the ference of dealing with and operating -
ning Branch Supervisor. ple on the sidewalks have '
or area of the "brain" more and businesses
election. in
Directors for their developed
you trained yourself merelyto more during an address at the
Door prize winners as the Mrs. Robinson Is glance at them? regular meeting of the Armed countries vs underdeveloped
Frank W. White Forces Management Association countries.One .
meeting were
3. Do
Named For Supply you "daydream" on at the Officers Club here of the biggest problems
Hi-Fi Stereo; Floyd Rhoden, por- long runs, or do you avoid last Thursday.'EI'c.ssified.
table TV; T. E. Stringfellow, thinking of affairs that absorb facing colleges and universities
shotgun; John Dorman, toaster; Personality HonorSelected you? today, he said, is how to prop-

L. B. Eubanks, radio; W.. A. as the Supply Department's 4. Are you careless of parked ) : ; erly prepare young graduates to
I of the : be managers and executives of
Duncan, electric shaver; Robert "Personality
cars and what may be be- I
Edward Grissom Month" for January, is Mrs. : the future. Today's graduate, he
Thompson, hind them, or are you alert for I
and Edith A. Reed, transistor Betty Robinson of the Planning whatever suddenly pointed out, averages 22-23 yearsof

radios; and R. O.. Haskell, car Division. CDR Kenneth S. Law, in the road may appear ahead? FOR SALE I age, yet he is not expected to
$350 3 bdrm,
Supply Officer, presented the sep assume managerial or executive
blanket. 5. Do you fight off sleep- din rm, util! rm, carport, $65 per mOl
award last Thursday, January iness when awake for long CO 49887. I duties until his late thirties or

18.The periods, or do you stop for a Sale or Rent-Venetia Area, 3 bdrm,! early forties. By that time man-
citation read that Mrs. refreshing ? brick, kit equip opt, w-w carpet; 771' agement concepts may have

I Navy Wives Robinson, as secretary to the nap 6727. changed many times over, he

Management Planning Branch Ortega Hillt-trop ityle, 3 bdrm, 2 emphasized.

Supervisor, performs a wide Two NATTU Chiefs bath Immed, ,patios inspect, $100.50 after 1200 per mo daily, ;avail EV Industry and its leaders in the

Corner 1 variety of secretarial and clerical 4-7389. U. S. are rapidly changing from

I duties. Are CommissionedTwo FOR RENT the "public be damned" attitudeof

"Her completed work is im- Naval Air Technical Avail Mar 6-furn, upr apt, 3 rmi, years ago and are exercisingmore
Mrs. Skapyak was
Joseph peccable as to neatness, accuracy Training Unit instructors have prl bath, $50 per mo & elec; D. S. leadership in communities,
elected corresponding secretaryby and format, and her outstanding been commissioned ensigns under Vereb, Ext. 315. he pointed out. He explained thattoday's
members of the Jacksonville
ability to produce an exceptionalhigh the Navy's Limited Duty Officer Furn Apt-3 rms & bath, sep entr businesses are even div-
Navy Wives Club 86 during a avail Immed, $65 per mo, util; EV 77279.
quality and quantity of program. They are Orland P. erting their profits into commu-
business meeting at the Dewey Orange Park-3 bdrm, kit equip, $65
Park club house on Wednesdayof work under heavy pressure has Yunker, former AEC, and BlaineK. per mo; CO 49773. ity projects such as education and

been a very significant contri- Farnsworth, former AECS, Venetia Terrace-2 bdrm, furn, wat charity, he claimed.
last bution to the overall effectiveness both of whom had been instruc- fur, FL 93819. Last Thursday's AFMA gath-

During the meeting Mrs. Wil- of the Management Plan- tors at AE-A School there. 4729 Blanding Blvd.-3 bdrm, kit ering attracted about 100
bert Wagner was appointed ning Branch Yunker was commissioned a equip, $85 per mo; SP 1.1106. bers
stated the award. and guests with
chairman of the 1962 Regional Venetia-3 bdrm, bath, Fla rm, sty In
The citation also contendedthat maintenance officer and Farns- kit, $125 per mo, avail Feb 1; CO 46632. CAPT James R. Compton pre-
Meeting of Navy Wives which in addition to her excellent worth an avionics officer. Furn Effic Apt-redeco'r, upr, prl entr siding. The next meeting, which
the club will host in May. Mrs. record of job performance, Mrs. Both are scheduled to go to 1 or 2 adults only, $11.50 per wk or will feature a panel discussionon
William Tait i was appointed $45 per mo, plus util; EV 89886.
Robinson is Pensacola in March for an eight-
a cooperative, reli- "How Navy Industrial Fund-
chairman of the Cumberland Unfurn-2 bdrm, Ig lot; EV 9-3551.
able and resourceful employeeand w e e H officer indoctrination ing Will Affect NAS Jax "
Roads Teen Club project which Avail Feb. 1 1-unfurn, 3 bdrm, $85 is set
has an outstanding attend- ; course. I per mo; SP 13501. for February 15.
the club is sponsoring. I ance record.A .

Installation of new club officers native of Parkersburg, W.

for 1962 will be made at Va., Mrs. Robinson began her

the annual dinner to be held at ederal service career here In \ a.4 da'

the Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, 'he Supply ,Department in June
->f 1960.
at 1930 January 27., Mrs. James
Mrs. Robinson was presented
Franklin has been named chair-
i scale model of the GrummanA2F

man for the installation. "Intruder" jet through the

The next project to be under- courtesy of the Grumman Air- k

taken by the club is the sale of craft Corporation, and their local ;

1962 auto tags which will beginon representative as a momento of
the occasion.
February 1 in Bldg. 40 hereat
{ :r
( :lF
NAS. Mrs. H. W. Krause, Submarine tenders, the "mo- <: at*: ; ::.,.;:
chairman of the project, announ- ther ships" of the Navy's undersea y

ced that workers will be on fleet, usually bear the
names of characters in
hand there from 0800 to 1600 Greek
mythology, submarine pioneersor COVETED PROMOTIONS-These six
21 to assist new NAS Chief Petty Officers display 'smiles
through February persons who have made with their promotions to that rank last week after receiving the promotion orders from along
both Navy and civil service em- scientific contributions to the James R. Compton. NAS Commanding Officer. T icy ( ) Arnold Relake. AMECA.CAPT
NAMTRAGRU Bill Moss. Lehosit/AD/CA
Operations Charles
Submarine Service. O&R: A3D School
ployees in obtaining tags. Robert
Hayes CSCA. Commissary and G. E. Huggins AMECA. O&R: A3D SchooLPage

25 January 1962 AIR NEWS Page 5


v 6 va{v fi'

'Nation Of Spectators :YV V'a

Should Not Mean UsWhen a K ,

President Kennedysaid not,long ago at the Football Y
Hall of Fame dinner that we have become "a nation of spectators,"
it isn't likely that he was thinking of the Armed Forces. But his
remarks did point up the growing tendency of many Americans to
take their recreation passively instead of being active participants.This .
raises the matter of the role we service people can play
In supporting the President's fitness program. Was there ever a
better time than now for the men and women of the Armed Forcesto
set an example for all Americans to emulate? All the services
maintain splendid athletic and recreational programs and encourage
their maximum use. The healthy man who is physically and men .
tally active is the best man for his country's uniform. The more .Y' $:.r.
he takes part in group activities instead of sitting on the sidelines,
the more he's a member of the team. And teamwork is fundamentalto .;,.}. yw e z Y Y a.
the military.Will .
Durant, in his study of Greek civilization, makes the
interesting point that, while religion failed to unify the ancient "',
Greeks, athletics succeeded. "Men went to Olympia, Delphi, Corinth ', ,
and Nemea,' he writes, "not so much to honor the gods as to is : ""u.v.u..l. .\ '
witness the heroic contests of chosen athletes." He continued that, REACHING WAY UP-Admin's Dwight Forge beats A/C Maint's Allen Van Dyke to the'
I "Under the rubric of athletics we find the real religion of the punch by reaching way up to pick up a rebound off the back board while Earl Turner. No. 12,
Greeks-the worship of health, beauty and strength. also makes an attempt to recover the ball. A/C Maint topped Admin In the Monday night game
Reading Durant, we see that the decline of Greece as a great 5635.
power coincided with the tendency of the people to leave the neat
I athletic games, such as the Olympics, in the hands of specialists
and become mere spectators. This President Kennedy surely had Athletic
Im mind in stressing the national need for greater activity as against Banquet IM Basketball Playoffs
[passive observation. We who know the necessity for teamworkn
battle can appreciate its tonic value in our personal lives. January 30

time An on announcement Wednesday at by press the Will Begin January 29The

lavy Ja -Ortega Little League NAS that the Athletic annual Director Athletic stated Ban-

quet for units and participantsin IM basketball season moves up to the finish line

the Fall-1961 Sports Pro- this week with playoffs slated to begin Monday, January

jN eeting Set For January 25 gram will be held at 1930, 29. The playoffs will be based on the availability of the

Tuesday, January 30, at the eligible teams. The final playoffs will be the top four
Mainside Galley teams in each league.In .
Ask any boy eight to twelve years old in the Navy Jax- Invitations are now in the the National League, the beaten record of 5-0.

)rtega area and he'll tell you that the baseball season is process of being distributed. patrol cagers from VP-18 con- VP-18 trounced Ops Boathouse,
loser than you may think.As tinue to top the league with an 82-47 to maintain their first

a matter of fact, the sea- unbeaten 6-0 record but the place position while VAP-62

on's first preliminary organi- shutter flickers of VAP-62 are bounced over NARTU, 82-42.
ational meeting is slated for Navy SelectsAllOpponent Military Golfers right behind with an also un- Other NL games of the week

930 Thursday, January 25, at saw VP-30 overcome VA-135, 59-
|he Little League Clubhouse 32 and whip NARTU, 56-49. Also
ere at NAS Jax. At this ses- Open 62 SeasonOn Jax Suns To Hospital squeaked by VA-135,

pion League President, CAPT 63-54 and NARTU beat Marines,

alph E. Elliott, NARTU Commanding Grid ElevenAfter February 3 Make Debut VP-18. is pitted against VAP62 -
Officer, and other directors in the big game scheduledfor
will out the forth- this afternoon at 1600 to
map votes were cast by Navy's Military golfers aboard the
oming season which is tentatively On April 1 determine the National League
varsity footballers for selectionof Station will open the 1962 golf
scheduled to begin in first placers.
season on February 3 with the
annual All-Opponent grid
"arch. an The Jacksonvile Suns, !florida's Over in the American League,
the Station
first scheduled event,
eleven, Detroit's Jerry Gross
As last year, the Navy Jax- was named the best quarterbackthe Military Championship, competition only "Triple "A" baseball cage play still continues at full
entry will make their spring tilt with deployed VA-176 and
[Ortega Little League will feature which will run through
Middies faced all season as
tied for first withan
16 teams training debut as a team on FAETU place
; eight Major League, February 25.
well the "outstanding Individual
each with affiliated as stationed April 1 at Kissimmee, Florida, 8-1 record. The AL champ-
[ an Minor All military personnel -
[League team.Returning player. within the confines of NAS their spring training base, Gen- : ionship will be decided Friday,

players of last sea- West Point placed one playeron Jax are eligible to compete, how- eral Manager Bobby Daduro has January 26 when VA-176 meets
FAETU 1600 the Mainside
son who have not yet passed the first string, guard Mike ever, those desiring to partici- announced.Up .

I the age limit will stay with their Casp, and two members on the pate must register at the Golf to this date, Maduro has Gym.FAETU moved into the tie
I former "franchises". New honorable mention squad, guard Shop at the Station links priorto completed a schedule 13 exhibition -
pro- VU-10 64-
by downing ,
spective players will be afforded Barry Butzer and fullback Al 1800, February 2. games against Triple position

I the chance to work out under Rushatz. Players in the Military Cham- "A", and "AA" competition with 56.The. attackers from VA-44 con-
the watchful pionship will be placed in flightsof all games scheduled at Kissim-
eyes of managersand Penn State and Notre Dame tinue to hold on to their place
coaches 16, according to handicap or mee, Lake Wales, and Lakeland,
and then be picked each placed five members on theNavy's known ability. on a home and home basis, with position by smashing Admim, 66-
up.n a manner giving the teams .
honor lineups. 30 and A/C Maintenance 6039.In
finishing Among other approved tourna- Richmond, Denver, Nashville
lowest last first
other AL fourth
I choice. All O t first- ments already scheduled for Sta- and Amarillo as chief opponents.The games
Navy's p p 0 n e n ranked VP-16 walloped MARTD,
tion golfers during the 1962 Golf Suns will have working
string for 1961 includes: a
Anyone interested in a man- 75-39; A/C Maintenance beat
Tournament Schedule are the agreement with the Cleveland
aging or coaching position with Ends-Larry Vargo, Detroit; Spring Cup Tournament, March Indians. Admin, 56-35; 679th topped Ops

the. League, is cordially invitedto Bill Miller, Miami. 17-18; Junior Tournament, Au- Meteors, 60-48 and VU-10 top-
Thursday night's meeting or 21-23 SPRING SCHEDULE ped Admin, 70-50.
asked to call the League Club- Tackles-Art Gregory, Duke; gust 16-17 and August ; An added sidelight to the

house, Ext. 758.Varsify. Ron Gassert, Virginia. Junior-Senior Tournament, Sep- April 1, Denver at Kissimmee; 679th vs Meteors game came
tember 9; Fall Cup Tournament, April 3, Richmond at Lake when Jerry Gould of the Meteors
Guards-Norb Roy, Notre September 29-30 NAS Jax An-
; Wales; April 4, Richmond at Kis- set a new scoring record for one
T Dame; Mike Casp, Army. I niversary Invitational, October simmee; April 6, Denver at Kis- game of 38 points. The Meteors
12-14, and the Golf Club Cham-
simmee 7 Denver at
April ,
Center-Jay Huffman, Penn ; scored 48 points in the contest.
: October 27-28 and Nov-
pionship Lakeland April 10, Richmondat
Team PlannedNAS State. ; Standings at press time:
ember 3-4. Kissimmee; April 11, Nashville AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
Jacksonville will havea Quarterback-Jerry Gross, De- at Lakeland; April 12, Richmondat I VA-176 8-1 VP-18 6-0
varsity golf team in 1962. troit. The Navy's Bureau of Ships Lake Wales; April 13, Nash-. FAETU 8-1 VAP-62 5-0
All interested golfers attached has announced plans to build a ville at Kissimmee; April 14, VA-44 7-2 VP-30 6-1
VP-16 5-3 4-2
Sefick and Hospital
to NAS Jacksonville Halfbacks-George
research Richmond at Kissimmee April
22-ton hydroskimmer ; VU-10 4-5 Marines 3-4
and tenant activities are ask- Angelo Dabiero, both of Notre craft that will skim on a cushionof 16, Richmond at Lake Wales; ACVUlnt/ 3-5 NARTU 3-5

ed to contact the Golf Pro at Dame. air over smooth water and April 17, Richmond at Kissimmee Opt Meteor 3-5 Opi Boathouse 2-5

the Station Golf course for Fullback-Dave Hays, Penn flat land surfaces at speeds in ; April 19, Richmond at Lake Admin 679th 3-6 2-7 VA.135 ComFalrJax 04 1.7

details. State. excess of 70 knots. Wales. MARTD 08JAX



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j I 6 TAX AIR NEWS 25 January 1962


Movement Of $1 ,005 'Benny Suggs' Awards

aK i sd'a P :
Carriers At

Mayport SetThe Given To 33 NAS EmployeesBeneficial

three Mayport-based at- Suggestion Awards totaling $1,005 have been

tack aircraft carriers, the USS awarded to 33 NAS Jax civil service employees for their

Shangri La, USS Franklin D. suggestions adopted during November, 1961. Twentynineof

Roosevelt and USS Saratoga, are the employees are from the Overhaul and Repair Department -

all scheduled for movements three from Public Works Department, and one from
shortly, according to an announ- Security Department.

cement by ComFairJax and Captain Robert E. Clements,
Public Works Officer, presenteda
Assistant O&R Officer, presented -
I The Shangri La, presently at a $155 "Benny Sugg" 'check Beneficial Suggestion Awardto

Mayport, will leave February 7 4 to Carleton W. Bushman, O&R, Julian G. Davis, $20; and
Frank H. James and John E.
for a normal tour of duty with for his suggestion of modifing I
the U. S. Sixth Fleet in the Med- AN/TRM-1 signal generator by: Ruege, $25.William .

iterranean; the FDR, also in port, fusing the attenuator assembly H. Kraft, Security

will leave February 2 for repairsat This involves installing two Department, was presented a

the New York Naval ShIp- adapters containing a .062 am- $15 "Benny Sugg" by CDR
yard, and the Saratoga currently George Center, Security Officer,
pere fuse, in the front of the
deployed io the Mediterranean .:YJ signal generator to prevent for his adopted suggestion.

since November 28, 1961, will burning up the resistors and Receiving Letters of Appreciation

return on May 11, p"5'x diodes in the attenuators. A were George W. Graham,

The Shangri La will be mak- spare fuse of this size is placedin John E. Doane, and Clarence E.

ing it's second tour with the one of the existing spare fuse Miller, all from O&R.Protection.

Sixth Fleet since it joined the 'ITS A $100 WINNER' Joseph P. Pluml.y (l left'), of holders.
Atlantic Fleet in early 1960. She Overhaul and Repair Department points out |he beneficial Also outstandingaward
will take with her Carrier Air aspect of his adopted suggestion to CAPT Robert E. Clements receiving an For
the and of $100 was Joseph P.
Group Ten Assistant O&R Officer. Plumley suggested manufacture
consisting of Fighter Installation of cables to attach to HSS and HUS helicopter Plumley, O&R, who suggestedthe
Squadrons 13 and 62, Attack cockpit sliding windows to secure them to the fuselage, thus manufacture and Installationof CS Retirement
Squadrons 46 and 106, all from preventing the window from endangering the aircraft or rotor
cables to attach to HSS and
NAS Cecil Field and blades in the event it is jettisoned either accidentally or Inten
Suadron 176 from tionally. CAPT Clements holds a $100 check which he presented HUS helicopter cockpit sliding Records Set UpThe
NAS Jax. De- to Plumley for the adopted suggestion. windows to secure them to the
tachment .
of Cecil
fuselage, to prevent the window
I Light Photographic Squadron 62, from endangering the aircraft Civil Service Commission,
I with photo equipped F8U Crusader First VA-44 Detachment rotor blades in the event it is in connection with its mobilization -

I, Jet aircraft, will also be jettisoned either accidentally or planning responsibilities,
aboard. last year instituted measures to
I .
Aboard the returning Saratoga To Arizona For intentionally.CAPT insure maximum security for the ,
TrainingJaxbased Clements also
I are VF-31 and 32, VA-33 and presented retirement records of both former -
I 34, all from Cecil; VA-35 of NAS awards to Mary J. Strickland, and current employees with

Jax; Heavy Attack Squadron 9 Attack Squadron 44, one of the Navy's largest $15; Kingston G. Wolf, $60; Russell prior federal service and for its

7 of NAS Sanford, and Detachment aircraft squadrons, deployed its first detachment to Yuma, M. Proctor, $15; Harold L. annuity and death claim files,

43 of VFP-62. Ariz., on Wednesday for two weeks of extensive weapons Long $25; Michael Tkac, $15; according to the NAS Industrial

The FDR will be in New York training. Commander William B. Barrow Jr., squadron skip- Mary C. Whitson, $25; PrestonW. Relations Department.A .

about three months and will per, flew the first of 18 A4D Skyhawk Jet bombers on the Dew, $30; Theodore W. Bac- similar plan for safeguarding -

carry its air group, CVG-1, along 1,800 mile trip, following the initial flights of eight AD meister, $45; Philip Schemer, current individual retirement
with it there.Equal Skyraider propeller aircraft that crossed the country at $25; Ralph R. Story, $40; Clar- records, has now also been de-
tree-top level last Wednesday. ence E. Miller, $15; Harold L. veloped.

Relieving CDR Barrow as Long, $15, and Joseph J. Sum-
The plan involves initially -
Employment I ficer-in-charge for the o-f-I I aids and the landing, signal officer mers Jr., ,$15. Standard Form 2806,

Opportunity Is week of deployment will be for practice landings Justas More "Benny Sugg" awards at Individual Retirement Record, of

M. C. Griffin, squadron executive they do aboard Mayport-based O&R went to Noah E. Lee and all present employees, for stor-

Government Aim officer. Both' officers are well aircraft carriers. The students Clifford A. Maycott, $140; Wilbur age in the Commission's protected -

Equal employment aware of the demanding require- will also receive invaluable high Neal and L. B. Thomson Jr., $20; facility with subsequent

in government service opportunity is the aim ments that must be met by to- and low level navigation train- George C. Sweet and Walter H. microfilming and storage 'to be

of the Merit System. To day's carrier aviators. ing while in the varied terrainof Smith, $25; Thomson and Neal, accomplished on an annual basis.

from Executive Order 10925 quote of Lieutenant Commander: Dan the target area and, more Important $60; Ralph C. McConnaha and Operating instructions to naval

March 6, 1961, President Ken- Mealy, Weapons Training Of- while flying between William Voltz, $25; Carleton W. activities have been issued by

nedy said, "It is the plain and ficer, will have eight other experienced Jax and Yuma. Bushman and Theodore W. Bac- the Comptroller of the Navy.
positive attack pilots as instructors meister, $25; John W. Mundt and This protection of individual
obligation of the United CDR Barrow stated that the
States Government in conventional and Clarence E. Miller, $25; and retirement records will insure
to aviators trained this
promote deploy-
and nuclear weapons delivery tech- on Charles A Deisner and CharlesE. continuation of the essential
all qualified ensure equal opportunity for niques for 16 replacement pilots. ment should be the best bombersever Boucher, $15, and Donald R. functions of the Civil Service
persons, without
to race, creed, color or national regard -- These aviators will soon take to graduate from the replacement Lomax and Elton :J. Burch, $15. Retirement System under condi-

origin, employed or seek- their places in Jacksonville car- squadron. Captain James A. Bentley, tions of national emergency.Page .
rier squadrons after dropppingsome
with the fed-
eral government." 3,000 practice bombs and
1,000 rockets on targets in the
Any federal
employee or qual-
Yuma complex.
ified applicant for employment
Ninety enlisted maintenance
or his authorized representative
personnel were also airlifted to
may file a complaint if he believes -
he has been discriminated the Marine Corps Auxiliary Air
Station at Yuma, near the Mex-
against because or race, creed
color ican border, to core for the air-
or national origin in
nection with craft and load the weapons.
an application for
The squadron has utilized the
employment, promotion, layoffor
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, target ;
discharge, Job assignment, dis- :
and those in the Jax area in
ciplinary actions or other
ployment matters. Procedure em-for the past, however, it is hoped

filing of complaints is containedon that roughly twice as much training -

all officials bulletin boards. { can be accomplished at Yumain
A written the same period of time and
complaint be
filed with for the same expense. Excellent
the _
Navy .
Employment : ; '
c. y.P; r: .
winter flying weather and num-
Policy Officer, C. R. Peck, Of- :.:k? ;i. ; '
fice of the 'Under Secretary of erous target facilities are two of a'2ik3} 'i 4'i.6 S. >

many advantages at Yuma. ,,.. '<'f } .
the Navy, Room 4E664, Penta- h3yS'fi : 3:
The future carrier pilots will
gon, Washington 25, D.C. Com- 3" .
utilize mirror optical landing
plaints also be
may filed with
the Deputy Employment Policy fL
Officer, Captain James R. Comp- Rhymes of IKoWITH Ttmest

ton, NAS Commanding Officer, I
or the President's Committee on

Equal Employment Opportunity, ,r .. ,
Washington. MAKES CARS 'ON YOUR WAY TO YUMA'-CDR W. B. Barrow Jr.. (left), VA-44 Commanding Officer,
Further information regarding and LTJG Michael L. Plailii point out the route on the map to be followed to pilots of the
procedures may be obtained from REPLACEMENT squadron's first detachment to be deployed to Yuma. Arizona, for two weeks of extensive weapons
NAS RARE. training. Eighteen A4D Skyhawk Jet bombers from the squadron departed on the WOO
the Employee Relations .APPS mile the initial flight of AD
trip on Wednesday following eight Skyraider propeller aircraft thai
Superintendent, Bldg. 907. crossed the country at tree-top level last Wednesday.