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Course In Aircraft Fuel Handling Established


I A comprehensive trainingcourse
In aircraft fuel-handling is available to all military and sonnel. be conducted by qualified per- The first session of three one-

has been establishedhere civilian personnel of NAS departments -I The course has been developedto sonnel from the Fuel Branch, hour classroom periods was com-
procedures
Fleet aviation units, supplement visual training Supply Department; Industrial Wednesday, March 28,
pleted,
at NAS Jax, it was an- tenant activities, and to air- materials furnished by the Bu- Relations Department; and Air-
nounced this week. The course craft refueling contractor per- reau of Naval Weapons and will craft Maintenance Department. with the second session slated to
begin April 2. Classes are con-

ducted in the Aircraft Mainte-

nance Department Conference

Room, Second Deck, Bldg. 200.

Nominations of personnel designated -
JflH- to receive training

should be submitted by the Com-

manding Officer, Officer in
Charge or Department Head con-

cerned, or by the aircraft refueling -
contractor's field man-

ager, directly to the Supply Officer
I Vol. 19 No. 50 U. S. NAS Jacksonrill Fla. 29 March 1962 \ Code 7800, NAS Jax.




DOD Proposes Quarters SPECIAL MUSIC SHOW SERVICES TICKETS HAS Defense Panel Set Up




Increase More HousingIncreased tickets Country are Music now 1 available Festival at

; Special Services, Building 704 To Study Military Pay

at a 50 cents reduction in regular -

quarters allowances for all but a very few price.
The Festival will be held at The nation's lawmakers, convening for the second ses-
lower grade enlisted men and a new military family hous-
,
the Jax Coliseum March 31, sion of the 88th Congress in January 1963, could possibly
:ing construction plan have been recommended to Congressby beginning at 1930. have a comprehensive legislative package on military pay

the Department of Defense.The ready for consideration. __ .
The Defense has
increases, if approved, will Department
outlined the organization of
range from 8 to 66 percent withan
what is called a "Defense Studyon
overall average increase of
Military Compensation" and
18 Vt percent. The largest increases -
named Assistant Secretary of
would be to E-8s and E-!
9s. I Defense for Manpower, CarlisleP.
'
: >:: Runge, to head the study
Members of these grades with- group.
out dependents and drawing the Among the specific items De-

allowance in lieu of quarters fense Secretary Robert S. Mc-
would get a 66 percent increase cm Namara has directed the groupto

,and those with up to two dependents do is to "complete the study
would get a 49 percent and submit legislative proposalsfor
raise. consiedration by the Presi-
dent's Panel on Federal Salary
Military family housing con- Systems before November 1,
struction included in the proposed % \ ) qt L 1962."
legislation calls for 70,000 hous-
The scope of the study, as
ing units to be built over a five previously announced, providesthat

year period at a cost of about the group will study the
$1.2 billion. The first year, FY of
: entire spectrum military pay,
,1963, calls for 15,000 units, 12,000of : allowances, benefits (including
which would be earmarkedfor retirement), and all other facetsof

enlisted personnel. the military pay system.

Increases proposed Other specific itmes to be look-
are largely ;
those recommended by the Ad- dJ# ed into by the group on the

visory Panel on Military Family direction of the Secretary are:
Housing Policies and Practices e Study the question of fin-
appointed by the Secretary of :: r ancing certain of the benefits
through individual contributionsor
.Defense last October.In .
'NO PLACE LIKE HOME'-Two members of Reserve Patrol Squadron 741 which was calledto through a combination of individual -
explaining the need for a active duty here ,late last year, have been instrumental in arranging a tour for some 35 of and government con-
revision of their squadron members through the plant of their former employer. LT G. P. McAvoy (center,
quarters allowancesand foreground), and J. W. Manning AT2 (left), are shown at the Martin-Orlando plant with squad tributions with the possibility of
the construction of family ron members during the tour, getting first-hand information on the Navy's "Bullpup" missile from providing some benefits on an
housing, Secretary McNamara Vernon Carre (right)), "Bullpup" manufacturing manager. Prior to recall to active duty LT Me- optional basis.Identify .
pointed out that in 1954 only Avoy was an assistant manager at Martin and Manning was a quality control inspector there. LT e and evaluate the
McAvoy is now assistant maintenance officer with VP-741 and Manning is assigned with squad-
37 percent of the military were ron communications. several benefits available to mili-
married while in 1961 this figure I tary personnel which supple-
reached 52 percent. He said that/ ment actual pay and allowances,
the average number of depend-I 'Jax Navy Show Of Stars'At and consider the feasibility or

ents during the same period increased Good Conduct desirability of retaining them in
from .8 to 1.5 per military their present form or translatingthem
Coliseum On March 30All
member. CertificatesNow ture. into the basic pay struc-

When asked what chances the NAS Jax military personnel who are members of
proposed legislation had of being AwardedThe the Composite Recreation Fund are invited to attend an I S Consider the relationship

approved by Congress, he said, admission-free "Jax Navy Show of Stars" program tomorrow between total compensation received -

"I'm optimistic." And, if passed, Navy is now issuing evening, Friday, March 30, at the Jacksonville Coliseum from by members of the uni-
by the Congress he continued, Good Conduct Award Certi- 1900 to 0100.Spotlighted. formed, services, that received by
the changes would become effective ficates in addition to Good will be the Com- other employees of the Federal
in January 1963. Conduct Medals. FairJax Band which will play I known Miss Anita Bryant, singer Government, and that receivedby

When a Good Conduct Me- dance numbers from the two-. and onetime runnerup in the employees of private indus-
'
The Defense department is reported to the twist. The Purdue try.
dal is requested and there is step Miss America Contest. Miss
to have said, however, University Orchestra will also I Devise and evaluate, as a
subse-
no entitlement to a I Bryant is also known to televi-
,that regardless of military hous- quent award, both the medal perform as the "Wide World Re- sion viewers the "Coca-Cola collateral problem, techniques
view From Purdue." The Pur- as which might be used in deter-
ing construction programs. there and the certificate are awarded. "
due orchestra has traveled Eu- Girl. mining future pay adjustments.
However if individualis I
will always be for an
personnel rope and the United States fea- Added celebrities on the even- e Report progress to the Se-
eligible for two or more
whom government housing is not awards, a certificate will be turing the "Rainbow Waters" ing's bill will include the "Joe cretary of Defense and periodic-
available, such as those stationed issued only for the latest with water, music and lights, Bushkin Trio," together with the ally to the President's Panel on
in large metropolitan areas. award. The 22-piece band noted for i "Corvairs," both recording artists Federal Salary Systems, main-

As of June 30, 1961, 61 per cent its playing of Dixieland, jazz and and Wee Bonnie Baker taining liaison with other 'government -
The certificate shows, themember's pop tunes, will be accompaniedby and Billy Rogers, known for their agencies whose person-
of married members
military name, rate and dancing chorus girls and singing and guitar music. The nel are covered by the Career
eligible for government quarters branch of service and whether Sandie Karnes, a performer 'who varied acts will keep the big Compensation Act;

In the United' States were- lining it is"the first, second or has won over 200 med lsJ. ..the show running for six continuous Complete' the study and
off bases on local econom- third time awarded. field of jazz baton twirling.. hours of dancing and entertain- submit legislative proposals for
ies. Also featured will be the well (Pease Turn To Page 6, CoL 5)) (Pease Turn To Page 6, CoL 5))



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NAS, Jacksonville
CAPT J. R. Compton Commanding Officer
CDR Walter J. Schub Executive Officer
Fleet Air Jacksonville NAB 6ND
RADM Joseph M. Carton ___ Commander ,
CAPT Vincent Casey __ Chief of Staff
Fleet Air Wing Eleven .
CAPT Gilbert J. Frauenhetm ______Commander
CAPT Andrew H. Cowart Chief Staff Officer ,
Naval Air Technical Training Unit
.
CAPT Hartsel D. Allen Commanding Officer
CDR Eugene F. Verdery -- Executive Officer At iiI1
Naval Hospital WSM
CAPT J. M. Hanner Commanding Officer
CAPT Stephen H. Tolins Executive Officer '
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit

CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. Commanding Officer ... .
CDR William M. Miller Executive Officer \&1If ';' ':
Printed commerkally with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at '. :
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev July '
.. ,
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air re. Jacksonville, Naval Air Station Naval Air Technical Unit, Fleet Air Wing : out of
Training NX 'PHOTO FAIR'-Mrs. Versie M. Collini of the Navy Exhange points some the bar.
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hospital.CDR gain which will be available to NX patron during its 'Photo Fair" to begin Monday, Ana 2.
Alex N. Mclnnls, Jr. Service Information Officer Some of the items to be featured on the "bargain price" lists at the Exchange stores. will be
Andrew H. PUney Assistant Service Information Officer cameras projectors and accessories. The Fair is scheduled to run until April 14 or until the stock
News Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb Staff-Mae Spencer J01); Marc Whetstone,
of "sale" Uems is depleted.
JOIE Sandy Martinson, JOSN Photographer, Joy Moreau, PH2. _
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and "International

The Jax Councils Air News of Industrial Is a member Editors.of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material Station Traffic Adverse Action Appeals I

appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs [ II
unless otherwise credited, are official I U.S. Navy Photographs.
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone Violation RecordThe I

extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216.EmployeeManagement. following is a report of Change Effective July 1On 1


vehicle accidents and
motor 17 1962 the President placed into effect
January ,
OrderOf traffic violations for the per-
iod March 19-25: Executive Order 10987, which directs the Civil Service Com-
mission to develop regulations to provide for timely and

NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis equitable employee appeals from adverse actions. It is

week March' 19.25".3 specified that the appeal system shall be a simple, orderly -

President Being QuotedEditor's Total this year ....................43 method through which an employee or former em- ,
Number through March ployee may seek timely administrative reconsideration of a

1961 ......................................53 decision to take adverse action against him.It ]
( Note: In view of the importance of Executive Order
further specifies that the-
10988, "Employee-Management Cooperation in the Federal Service" NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE
to all NAS employees, the entire contents of the order is LAST INJURY IN MOTOR system shall provide ordinarilyfor 'Old Ironsides'

being carried on a continuing basis. The first two sections appearedin VEHICLE ACCIDENT ....86 one level of appeal except
when further administrative
The Jax Air News of March 22. Employees are urged to clip the review -
NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis is because of Displayed
articles and file for their personal information and possible necessary Log
protection.) away week ............................13 delegation of authority or organ-

Reckless Driving ................ 2 izational arrangements. The em- ShowThe
"Section 3. (a) Agencies shall Antique
accord informal, formal or ex- any religious, social, fraternal or Running Stop Sign ............ 3 ployee will be entitled to a

clusive recognition to employee other lawful association, not Others ....................,.............,.34 hearing in connection with the Winter Antique Show in

organizations which ''requests qualified as an employee organization Twenty-six drivers appeared adverse action and may be'accompanied New York City has produced a

such recognition in conformitywith with respect to mat- before the Traffic Hearing and represented by a relatively unknown and previ-

the requirements specifiedin ters or policies which involve individual Board at the meeting on representative of his choice in ously unpublished journal that

sections 4, 5 and 6 of this order members of the asso- March 26 with disposition of presenting the appeal. Employeesare dates back to one of the most
that ciation or are of particular applicability assured freedom from restraint colorful periods of American
except no recognitionshall cases as follows: Seven lost
be accorded to any em- to it or its members, driving and parking privilegesfor interference, coercion, naval history. It is the first log

ployee organization which the when such consultations or deal- various periods, five were discrimination or reprisal pre- of the frigate Constitution, the

head of the agency considers to ings are duty limited so as not to assigned to remedial driving senting an appeal. first flagship of the U. S. Navy.

be so subject to corrupt influ- assume the character of formal courses, fourteen drew sus- The new regulations, when Along with the log were some

ences or influences opposed to consultation on matters of gen- pended penalties, two were published by the Civil Service 300 documents telling how the

basis democratic principles that eral employee-management policy dismissed and two were re- Commission, will apply to all first post Revolution warshipswere

recognition would be inconsis- or to extend to areas where ferred to commanding officersfor Federal employees equally, both fitted out for action against

tent with the objectives of this recognition of the interests of possible disciplinary ac- veterans and non-veterans, except French privateers and Barbary
order. one employee group may resultin
Central Coast
Intelligence Agency, pirates.
"(b) Recognition of an em- 'discrimination against or injury tion.How fast is too fast? Generally National Security Agency, Fed-I The papers contain such eye-
to the interests of other
ployee organization shall con- speaking, you're driv- eral Bureau of Investigation,I catching names as Stephen De-

tinue so long as such organization employees. ing too fast if you lack 'con Atomic Energy Commission and catur, a hero of the War of 1812,

satisfies the criteria of this "Section 4. (a) An agency trol in case of emergency. Tennessee Valley Authority. and Isaac Hull, who commandedthe

order applicable to such recog- shall accord an employee organization Slow down before you get to After Civil Constitution during the same
nition; but nothing in1 this sec- which does not qualify curves and intersections. At Service regulationsare war when she acquired the nick-

tion shall require any agency to for exclusive or formal rec- night, drive at the speed which published for it will be neces- name ."Old Ironsides."

determine whether an organization ognition as representative of its will let you stop in your head- sary the and various Federal departments The log, which covers the per-
should become or continueto member employees without regard light Drive agencies to adapt February 1,
range. at the speedof these then for iod July 23, 1799 to
be recognized as exclusive representative to whether any other em- the vehicle ahead and stay department, agen- 1800, was written in flowing
and
of the employees in, ployee organization has been accorded well behind until you can cy activity implementation. script in a volume 11 by 16 inches. -
Employees will be
any unit within 12 months aftera formal or exclusive rec- When tired appropriately "Journal
pass. you're or inattentive advised of the Its title page reads:
prior determination of exclus- ognition as representative of changes which States
stop. will be Kept on Board the United
ive status with some or all employees in necessary in adverse action -
respect to such any At 30 mph a car will travel Frigate Constitution of Forty-
unit has been made pursuant to unit. 33 feet procedures.The .
before you can even four Guns, Silas Talbert Com-
the provisions of this order; "(b) When an employee organization apply the brakes-80 feet be- new appeal system will be mander, by John Longley Mid

"(c) Recognition, in whatever it shall, to the extent fore you can stop. effective on adverse actions pro- shipman.

form accorded, shall not consistent with the efficientand posed on or after July 1, 1962. Despite Midshipman Longley's

"((1) Preclude any employee, orderly conduct of the public handwriting, the journal contains
regardless of employee organization business be y, {
permitted to pre- several mistakes. Most glaringof
membership, from bringing sent to appropriate officials its these is the title-the cap-

matters of personal concern to views on matters of concern to tain's name was Talbot, not Tal-
the attention of appropriate officials its members. The agency need

in accordance with appli- not, however, consult with an bert.One of the documents is a bill

cable law, rule, regulation, or employee organization so rec- from Paul Revere, who supplied

established agency policy, or ognized in the formulation of bolts and spikes for Old
copper
from choosing his own repre- personnel or other policies with Ironsides along with copper worK

sentative in a grievance or ap- respect to such matters for other vessels. The bill is for
pellate action; or
the job of replacing the copper
(2) Preclude restrict
or
bottom of the Argus and is dated
consultations an ddealings be- PHYSICAL FITNESSThe

tween an agency and any vet- only exercise some peo- September 2, 1803.: the
,
and
year
In that month
erans organization with respectto ple get is jumping to conclus- of Com-

matters of particular interestto ions, straddling the fence, run- NROTC SELECTEES Constitution, as flagship led the
Three Preble,
employees with veterans pre- ning around in circles, pushing Glass, AAi Wilbur C. Farling AEAN NATTU and men, Charles E. modore Edward of the
ference; or their luck and walking over AA (left to right), have been selected fof the James L. Murphy. Argus and other ships

"(3) Preclude an agency I other people not to mention, NROTC Preparatory program. Following successful completion Navy's of the regular Navy U.S. Third Squadron to victory in the
School Bainbridge. Md., over the Barbary pirates
from consulting or dealing with dodging the truth. under the NROTC. they will attend college
Mediterranean.





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29 March JAX AIR NEWS Page 3'I'



Three 'Project Mercury'



d{ i. v c. Spacecraft To Tour U.S.Three .



"Project Mercury" space craft similar to the

famous "Freedom 7," "Liberty Bell 8," and "Friendship 7,"

which carried America's first astronauts into space will

irr\ tour the United States for the Treasury's Freedom Bond

--rs Drive in May and June.
; -
_. The mounted space capsules
: r a. >: will tour 150 cities duringthe
major
BuPers Says drive, serving as a nucleus

around which community Free-
,f .. h;,: x 1' -:;} l1 l-- dom Bond promotions will take
; '
> NewDSRatingEffectiveMay
'I' ""'1<0., <..,./ .dJ1 d: \ 4l: : place. In addition to these formal

,, : .;.) .: ': ,,; : showings, they will pass through
1 hundreds of other cities and
"WHAT'S YOUR IMPRESSION-Members of The Jax Air News staff were afforded an opportunity -
last week to talk with the 15 allied officers from seven foreign countries, currently towns enroute-affording millionsof
undergoing training here with the Supply Department, and get their impression on several mat- The Bureau of Naval Personnelhas citizens an opportunity to see
ters. Mae Spencer, JO1, is shown here as she, talked with a group of the officers about their im- announced that the new them.
ressions of American people, food, and other items. I rating of Data Systems Techni-
The public will be invited to
cian (DS) will be incorporatedinto
On America Given the enlisted rating structureon examine the entire spacecraftat
Impressions, Opinions May 1.Commanding. close range, including the interior -
of the capsule, at the for-
officer have been
mal showings during the drive
,

By Allied Officers Underg oing TrainingAlthough ronics change instructed technicians of to rating take,for a fire horizontal all control elect- which, "Underwrite has as its theme Your Country's the slogan -

Might-With United States SavIngs -
several of the aske d different technicians and machine account-
questions brought as many as seven opin- Bonds."
ions or impressions, indicative of the numbe of countries from which they come, several ants, including strikers, who are
others brought almost identical ones from th e 15 allied Naval officers undergoing training assigned any one of II NEC The tour is being made possible

with the NAS Jax Supply Department whe n interviewed by members of the Jax Air Codes. The NECs affected are through the cooperation of Mc-

News staff last week. ET-1561, ET-1562, ET-1563, ET- Donnell Aircraft Corp., and the

Some of those on which there 1564, ET-1565, ET-1566, ET-1567, Chevrolet Motor Division of
"
was almost unanimous agreementwas favorite among them. vative. ET-1568, ET-1569, MA-2743 and General Motors Corp., who are
their pleasure and enjoy- TV, music and movies came in MOVIES RECEIVED favorable MA-2762. said by William H. Neal, National -
for much comment. Most of the omments from most of the offi-
ment of the Florida climate and Men in these ratings with Director, U. S. Savings Bonds
weather, their enjoyment of the countries represented do not ers with their choices of movie these NECs will become DSs Division, to be the nation's two
have TV and if they do, not as .ctors and actresses including
tours and visits in the Jax area without change of pay grade on best promoters of the Treasury'sPayroll
and the sincere hospitable attitude prevalent or of the type here in :llizabeth Taylor, Audrey Hep- May 1. Their duties will mainlybe Savings Plan.
America. LT Toben Dahl of urn, Doris Day, Susan Hayward, the maintenance of electronic
of all Americans with whom
with Denmark said that there is one Jregory Peck, William Holden, digital data system equipment.Men Locally, Marion E. Sweet, Pre-
have in contact
they come ,
state-owned channel in his coun- 'ohn Wayne, Montgomery Clift may be also recommendedby sident of the Springfield Atlantic -
both here and in other areas,
try and it costs each householder nd Anthony Quinn. Liz Taylor their commanding officers if Bank, has been named
where they have been.
about $10 a year to have TV in I nd Audrey Hepburn led the female their experience and training General Chairman for the Freedom -

ONE OF THE questions asked their home for four or five hoursin preference with Gregory would qualify them to enter the Bond Drive in Jacksonvilleand

the group sought their difficulty the evening. Peck heading the male leadingmen. new rating. 'I Duval County. With a quotaof
in learning the English lan- $9.8 million set for Duval
SOME OF THE American TV Those who are transferred into
guage; what they thought of Sweet said that the drive
of County,
Comparison Navy supply
programs seen in Denmark include the new rating will be examinedfor
American food, TV, movies, mus- systems brought remarks such as will be the most extensive of all
"Gunsmoke" and the"Flintstones" promotions in the DS rating
ic, news reporting; what im- Bond since
"similar but not elaborate Savings campaigns
the latter being as asAmerica's" starting with the August 1962
pressed them most about America World War II.
quite popular, said LT Dahl. "the same, but we exams.
and its people; their comparison "You have great freedom inTV" are seeking to learn your im- No travel or showing date
of American social customs, schedules have been announced.OHH .
and
provements new adaptations" -
said ENS Enrique Pizzaroof ,
,
the Navy supply system which Dr. Peale Will
Chile-"the few channels in and "ours is based on the
they are studying, and education "
British
our country are governed by the system. I
system with those of their own Give AddressIn
universities. Both LT Kurt LITTLE OR NO comment

country. I Burchardt and LT Walter Kuem- comparing educational systemswere

NONE OF THE GROUP ap- mel of Germany said that they made, most saying that Jax April 6

parently had any 'great difficulty have two channels in their coun- they had not been exposed to Dr. Norman Vincent Peale,

in learning English, severalof try, but no color TV, and it costs American education to the point outstanding author, editor and I

them speaking other languages about $1.50 a month to receive that it would be fair for them to one of the nation's foremost 'inspirational -

in addition to English and and view it. Most thought there comment.In speakers, will make

their own native tongue. were too many commercials.As answering, voluntarily, the his first public appearance in
Malik Moin of Pakistan
LCDR
for American news report- question on how their country Jacksonville when he speaks at

said that English is taught in ing, newspapers, magazines, most dealt with Communists and Com- the Coliseum, Friday, April 6, at

their schools and pointed out said that they felt they "presenta munism, most gave the impres- 2015.

that is also used in all theircountry's very good picture of America," sion that they had no liking for Tickets are $2 for audits and

military correspondence. to use the words of LCDR Jan either, however, some tolerated $1 for students. Military person-

This was also born out by Lolland of Norway, who also them as is done in America. Most nel will be admitted at a reduced -

LT Kozhi Kutty, also of Pakis- thought they "do not contain expressive on the subject was rate of $1. Tickets are now

tan. enough information about for- LCDR Moin who readily said on sale aboard the Station at {.
aY fgc :
LCDR Moin continued proudlythat eign countries." A remark that "The Communist party is ban- Special Services, Bldg. 704. d ; 'y
> ax
$
his wife is currently attend- they also have a tendency to incite ned in our country although it Dr. Peale's visit to Jax is being -

ing the University of California, "sensationalism" was expressed -I borders the USSR. We have lit- sponsored by the Jax Sales ; <4rKA

working on her doctor's degreein but explained away as aI tle fear of Communism becauseof and Executive Club and pro- I

mathematics, adding that he possible result of commercialism.MOST the predominant influence of ceeds will be contributed

majored in English while attend- PROMINENT impresssion I our religion. The Turkish offi- Jacksonville University.only to/I

ing school in Rangoon, Burma, of America and Americansmay cers also pointed out that the I at the conclusion of meals

and studied law at the Univer- well be summed up in the: party was "illegal" in their and then a very small cup hold- '
sity of Karachi in Pakistan. words of LTJG Taylan Ece of country.
ing no more than one third the
Turkey who said, "their richness HIGHLIGHT OF THE inter-
American j 'YF
AS FOR COMMENTS on Am- average (Navy) cup.
\ and freedom." Other remarks included view its conclusion I
came near
ON COMPLETING their three-
American food, they, too, were
varied. Although most of the "their concept of freedomand when those traditionally magic week training period here at

group agreed that it was con- liberty," "the opportunity Navy words, "how about a cup NAS Jax next week, the group

siderably different than that of afforded everyone", and their of coffee", was passed. At this will go on to further training at

their homeland, their opinions "industry." Industry appearedto point the Greek officers, LT An- various locations here in the U.S.

ranged from those of LCDR receive the most sincere expressions thanasios Yannopoulos, LT An- Some will go to the Navy Tex-

Jorgen Christiansen of Denmark, of interest, for exam- dew Lago and LTJG Emmanuel tile Office, Philadelphia, for two

who said "It is all so different ple, "paper, everything dependson Mandouvalos were heard to say, weeks; then with the Army-Navy

from ours. I don't ,care much for paper", said LT Nejat Eb- collectively, "all Americans do is Single Manager System, Phila-

it," and LT Nejat Ebcioglu of cioglu of Turkey after touring a drink coffee when they get delphia, for another two weeks.
'up between meals during f
Turkey's remark that, "I've lost local paper plant. Others will go to the Supply
I meals after meals LA LAI-All deckedout
Social customs appeared to be Demand Control Point, Mechan-
10 pounds", to the jesting remark -
with beach umbrella,
a
of LTJG Namik Darcan of considerably different for most. take coffee breaks". and before icsburg, Pa., for three weeks; to towel and straw hat dancer

Turkey that 'turkey' and chicken Differences included such thingsas going to bed. Great Lakes, Ill., for two weeks Joan Sailon looks for a qood
favorites," and thoseof the American "mode of think- According to the Grecians and and some to an instructcrs spot to take a sun bath. Mlle.
are
my
several of the group that the ing", "the freedom of American ENS Vinicio Vega of Chile, their course for one month before returning ies Sailon Bergere's Is a member troupe of of the beau-Fol-

American tossed salad 'was a women", and yours is "less con- fellow countrymen drink coffee to their homes. ties.I .



4 JAX AIR NEWS 29 March 1962



Training Seminar Tommy Tyler



In Culinary Arts : -_: WinsScience

%tsc'c. .. $ "' '7tets
+ M. r"

For Local ChefsA $ ; ; 4r Fair Awards'

w ...
training seminar for NAS Tommy Tyler, age 15 has par

Jax, NAS Cecil Field, NS May- layed 45 female blood samples,
port, Naval Hospital end NAS 1 a personal pocket-cash invest-
Sanford commissarymen will be ment of $1.50 and many hoursof
held on April 25 at 0900 in Gal- study and research into a
ley 3 here at the Station. I "best-in-show" award and an
a
The purpose of the seminar is I n4m expense-free trip for himself

to create interest in high quality and his teacher, Miss Janice
food preparation and show Lamb, to the World's Fair at

through "country fair-type" dis- Seattle, Wash.
plays some of the finer Tommy, who is the son of H.
niques of cooking and tech-I y 6" R Tyer, Photographic Intelli-

CAPT John B. Sullivan, NAS : genceman First Class, of the Fleet
Supply Officer, will start the I| Air Photo Lab here at NAS Jax,
program off with his opening is a sophomore at Nathan Bed-
remarks, and LCDR LawrenceE. q ::Kt ford Forrest High School.

Sutherland, NAS Commissary I t' c : .,: kJ ,. ,.:...:" ,41,11f *' His project was named the

Officer will present "What's New 1 .i ', \:;j.::,;:.::.r.II"7: J :: '..j-._: *, -_'!.III: -J most outstanding in the Seventh
In Navy Food Service", followedby : Annual Northeast Florida Regional *
WINNING PROJECT-H. F. Tyler. Photographic Intelligenceman First Class of the Fleet
other presentations.The Air Photo Lab here (left), and his wife LoU look over their son Tommy's.winning'project while.. Science Fair, held last
seminar is being made he explains facets of the display to them. The project, entitled "Drumstick The Tattletail of infectious I week at the National Guard
possible by the coincidence of Disease. was named the most outstanding in the Seventh Annual Northeast Florida Regional Armory.
having three Science Fair, held last week at the National Guard Armory. Tommy was awarded an all.
master chief
winning
Tommy's
com- expense paid trip to the World's Fair Seattle, Wash., for his efforts. I project was
missarymen in the Jax area, R. entered under the title 0 f
A. Hebert, L. J. Revord and L. 'Drumstick', the Tattletail of
D. Roberts. All three E'9s are 14 Enlisted Men Infectious Disease". He made the
former Commissaryman School 13mD Assessments DueThe blood 'tests and slides with the

instructors and each has had a Donate Blood At help of 30 girl-volunteers from
tour of duty with the Navy's Thursday March 29 Employees' Mutual Forrest High. He was also aided

Field Food Service teams.Kindergarten Mainside-The Big Show, 1900 Donor Center : Death Benefit Society has advised by LCDR Stanley Grossman, LT
I only. members that Assess- D. V. Phillips, and LCDR L. D.
McHenry, doctors at the Naval
NATTUnit The Mountain, The Blood Donor Center at the ments 182 and 183 are now
1900 Hospital here, who are neighbors,
For only.Hospital Naval has
Hospital reported a
due and payable by April 3, in obtaining materials for the
Gun Fight, 1900 total of 14 enlisted men who I
project.
only. donated blood on March 20 and
The junior scientist way also
Porpoises BeingConducted Friday, March 30 21.
:
Magnolia Festival selected winner of the Navy
Mainside- September Storm, Blood donors on March 20 were Science Cruiser Award, first- alternate

By 1900 only. Robert D. Berg, AE1; Pvt. which appointed him a
NavyThe NATTUnit The Show Tickets Will Go
Big Ronald A. Caputo, Jimmy W. Navy Science Cruiser. The award

Navy is school 1900 only. Johnson, AN, and August Mul- was given to him by the Navyin
opening a
for porpoises-a sort of marine Hospital-The Mountain, 1900 ler Jr., all from AE-A School; On Sale April 4 cooperation with Science

kindergarten where the only. Robert E. Anderson, AA; F. J. Service, Inc., for his outstanding
mammals will undergo seagoing train- Saturday March 31 Ehrlicher, AA, and J. T. Ruth- Tickets for the eleventh annual project at the local fair. The

ing to develop their aptitudes.At I Mainside The Errand Boy, ruff, AA, all from AO-A school; "Festival of Magnolias" to award, signed by Admiral GeorgeW.
the headquarters of the 1900 only. Jerry L. Walden, A02, AO-B be held May 4-5 at the NAS Of- Anderson Jr., Chief of Naval

Pacific Missile Range, a pool 50 NATTUnit-September Storm, school, and Larry P. Gann, SA, ficer's Club will go on sale at Operations, is a countrywideaward
feet in diameter is being builtto 1400 and 1900.HospitalThe. Special Services, NATTU. 1100, Wednesday, April 4. given annually to out
Big Show 1900 standing high school science stu
accommodate six .
porpoises Donating blood on March 21 Sale of tickets will coincide
which, Navy scientists hope, can only. were George A. Chaffin, AR; with a Jacksonville Officers' dents.
be taught to count, retrieve, tow Sunday April I John F. Mishler, FN; George S. Wives Club luncheon, hosted

objects underwater and perhapseven Mainside All In A Night's Nester, FR; Joseph R. Newell, there by the Hospital wives, that NATTU HonormenD.
to talk. I Work, 1400 and 1900. SH2, and Ronald F. Perry, BM- date.
The ability of porpoises to respond NATTUnit-The Errand Boy, SR, all from the NAS Brig. P. Hutchison, AOC,. AO-B
to training and developa I 1400 and 1900. Subsequent ducats and reserva- School91.46.M. .

repertoire of stunts has long Hospital September Storm, tions may be obtained from Mrs.S. K. Sommer, AA, AE-3
delighted visitors to marine zoos. 1900 only. Reserve personnel on active H. Tolins, ticket and reservations School88.31.Onni .
The Navy "school" project Is Monday April 2 duty for more than 72 hours are chairman, Ext. 8480 or at M. Sironen, AA, AO-A
aimed at discovering 'how por- eligible for Exchange privileges. the Officer's Club, Ext. 8154. School-82.59.
Mainside-The
Crashers
poises can attain speeds of 40 1900 only.NATTUnitAll. Party ...' .'_'x*
mph and how they communicatewith r.
In A Night'sWork
each other. These and other
1900 only.
data could be important factorsin
Hospital The Errand i
Boy,
the development of future '
1900 only.
torpedoes and submarines.
Tuesday, April 3

Mainside-Hand of Death, 1900
j

Ops Snack Bar only.NATTUnit-The Party Crashers -

1900 only.Hospital :
/Is Off-Limits All In A Night's'I'

Work, 1900 only.Wednesday.

/If Off-Duty April 4 I

Mainside Belle Sommers,'
All hands have been reminded 1900 only.

that military personnel in an NATTUnit Hand of Death,
off.duty status are not authorized 1900 only.

to patronize the Operations Hospital-The Party Crashers,,
Snack Bar in Bldg. 118 after 1900 only. ,
i -
1700. 4
iN
Military personnel for this ,,' __ 72',
purpose, in civilian clothes are Rh r o of the Timea j
considered, to be off-duty. Wearing
the uniform there will indicate

that personnel are in a USUALLY
duty status. LEAVE >ou j; .0
Those persons in an' off-duty ALONE
status are reminded that both TF vou POMT
food and beverage service is LOOK :;:.
available at the Navy Exchange lb PCI A 'READY. EXERCISE'-This is the neweix"command around NAS as the WAVES get into .
"shape" under
the BuPers
I Restaurant Bldg. 3, until 2300 directed physical conditioning proaram. This week the girls began the
letting portion of the
1 training which consists of completing the eight basic
in
exercjses
and the Enlisted Men's Club time limit. Early results indicate that they will pass the minimum requirements with a specified ease.
Bldg. 46, until 2400. LCDR Charles A. Hooper, NAS Special Services Officers LTJG Clara D. Parsons. Wave Representative -
f and Vonda Freeman. AK2, CMAA. are conducting the program locally. j.Pace



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After Spring TrainingAfter


FUTURE 'SIR' AT BAT-A Naval Academy "Middle"
connect with
a local game a gal n s t Florida State Uniyer ity. Beside baseball a the healthy midshipmen wallop fielded during spending last week here at NAS "warming up" in

teams against other club and collegiate sportsmen in golf, track and tennis during their Spring preparation for their Spring sports calendar, Navy's Mid-
on training season period play.Memphis. here which ended last week. The group has returned to Annapolis to concentrate shipmen have returned to the chilly grounds of Annapolis.While .

here, the outdoor sportsmen -
meet at Gainesville against Flo-
comprising teams of track,
rida University, carrying home a
Small Arm Winners tennis, golf and baseball, held
Glynco SparIn 73 1/4 to 57 3/4 point win.
several exhibition games and
,
matches-some were won-some Traveling to the games and
Named For MarchWinners were lost. matches of the regular season

6ND The important thing, accordingto has already begun for' the teams.
Boxing TourneyFans of the Jax Navy
the Middies baseball coach, The tennis schedule began Tues-
monthly pistol match for March,
day with Navy swatting it out
Joe Duff, is that the men were
held at the NAS pistol range given the opportunity of train- with Dartmouth, the golf team
at the 6ND Boxing Tournament saw Glynco Navy last Sunday are: MASTER-Gy- ing in their chosen under meets Pennsylvania March 31,
bow to Memphis Navy which walked away with three of Sgt C. Morrison, of MAD Jax; Florida's sunshine. "Regardless sport of the baseball team goes against

five trophies handed out last Thursday night at King Hall EXPERT C. L. Linza, AECS, the scores tallied", he added, Lafayette today and again Sat-
here at NAS. of NAMTG Jax SHARPSHOOTER .
; urday against Syracuse, while
"they in no way reflect Navy'soverall
Tony Elumba, a featheweightfrom -F. J. McBeth, AO1, of Ord potential for this season." the trackmen rest up for their
Glynco, however, providedthe & Gun Jax MARKSMANCAPTH.
McElihney ; In the tennis column, Navy first season meet April 7 with
boxing enthusiasts with a J. Baldwin, of MB, Cecil Quantico Marines.
I scored a win over Bolles Military -
startling 55-second exhibition of Field; and TYRO L. J. Scaadof
I his strong left when he met Lar- Bisenius Win NAS Glynco, Ga. I School while dropping
matches to Boone Park, the Uni-
ry Jackson for the 126-pound go- Next month's match, open to
versity of Florida, Florida State
round. PrizeDespite all interested shooters whether NAS Hosts
Harvey University and Pesbyterian Col
As the bell rang to start the members of any club or not, will
first round Elumba be held Sunday, April 22 at lege.The
met his op- the onagainoffagainrain team
golf although losing
ponent with a left to the midsec- which fell on NAS last 1300. their matches, gained further 6ND Rifle,

tion which put the Memphis Sunday, a record 58 couples met greens experience as they walked

fighter on the canvas for a nine- at the Station golf course for the American League the courses with Jacksonville Pistol MatchNAS

count. Jackson had hardly gainedhis "Jack Harvey Day" Tournament. University, FSU, Yale, Jax Navy ,
footing when, once again, Between drives and putts, the Gets IM SoftballUnderway and the San Jose Country Club.
Elumba led his quick-charging mixed two-ball players huddled For the diamond score board, Jax will play host for

left to Jackson's head, sending under an array of colorful um- Apr. 12 Navy showed well in the the Spring Sixth Naval District

him down, unable to get back brellas speckling the greens and five games but managed to come Rifle and Pistol Championshipsfor
: up. Referee Joca fairways.The The American League will scheduled be held
Johnny called up with only one win, an eightto 1962, to
the fight off, giving Elumba a adverse conditions in no lead off the 1962 IM Softball four talley over FSU. The JU May 21-26.

TKO since there was no count way hindered the sporting spiritnor Season Monday, April 2, followedby team hosted Navy at the univer- Beginning May 14, there will

called over Jackson.The the keen eyes of Mac Mc- the National League on Tues, sity park for the leadoff game. be a week of pre-competition

highlight bout for Mem- Elihney and Mary Bisenius as day.A All last year's varsity pitchersare training to familiarize the com-
phis came in the second when this twosome fired a low gross complete schedule of play now with the fleet, but coach petitors with match policy.

Jimmy Johnson staggered Glyn- score of 80 to win the day's was not available to Air Newsat Duff has 10 new hopefuls.The The individual rifle matches

co's Jim Case with two strong tourney. press time, however, here is cinder-kickers from Navy will be held May 21-22 with MT-1

rights to the head in the first Paddling in close behind was a list of the American League came out on top in their one-day service rifles, with the rifle team

round and then finished the job Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hughes who teams: FAETU, Marines, VP-18, matches commencing May 23,

in 50 seconds of the second splashed an 82. Supply, VP-16, Public Works, Jax Navy Pistol also with the M-l's.
FAW-11, Opers, VA-44, Dispen-
round
with
another ended ina
headhittingpunch Low net for the day Individuals and teams vieingfor
and
I which gave him a knock- 73 tie between the Johnson- sary, VAP-62. Team Brings Back the pistol championships will

out in the 146-pound class.In Mrs. Jim Bentley twosome and meet May 24-25, respectively,

, the other three fights of the the Ray Kennedy-Gladys Cooper firing the .45 caliber automatic.
night, Rene ponsaa gained a twosome. [ OWLlNGj Flamingo TrophyThe service side-arm.

In TKO over Glynco's Robe Garcia I Jax Navy varsity pistol Rear Admiral Kenmore M.

wente the 132-pound bout; Bob r- Thus far, down the bowling team returned to NAS Monday Me Man e s, 6ND Commandant,
I of Memphis won a decis- lanes, A/C Maint "A" leads the with a first place .22 caliber strongly urges all commands and

i ion over Ed Bartholomew for the American League intramural tus- Sharpshooter team award which units to encourage entries in both

165-pound title, as did Ron Al- sle by a 22-6 margin, followed they won at the famed Flamingo individual and team competition,

sheski from Glynco fighting by the Owl Hoots of the Con- Pistol Matches. Held March 20- and that those nominees to represent -

Mike Garcia in the 178poundslot. tinental League with a standingof 24 at Coral Gables, Fla., these their unit or station have
.
: 21-7. And leading in the matches drew over 300 shooters the opportunity to proceed all

In addition to the ring win- I National League is the Echoes from Maine to California. the way to the National Matches

ners, Memphis has four fighterswho with a record of 17-3. Individual honors were givento which are held annually at Camp

gained positions in the P. D. Arnzen of Marine Bar- Perry, Ohio.

South Atlantic Regional Tourna- x racks who placed as the third- For those wishing to become

ment (to be held the first part gun, grand total, number one qualified to participate in the

of April in Norfolk, Va.) by being marksman shooter for the five- District matches, complete infor-

unopposed in the district day tourney. He won four placesin mation can be found in ComSix

match. They are: J. R. Holt, 112- the .22 cal.; three in the .38 District Notice 3590 of Febru-

Pounds; J. R. viator, 119 pounds; cal.; and three in the .45 caliber ary 23, 1962.
**. A. Becker matches.In .
156 pounds, and
All entries must be submittedto
A. L. Newbill, heavyweight.Jax the expert class, Virgil
the Host Command, with a
-1
Placid, team captain, was the
Navy's Jim Rosette, light copy to ComSix (Attn: Code 15),
middleweight, did not fight in third-gun, grand total, numbertwo prior to May 10.
the 6ND matches since he had shooter. He won two placesIn
the .22 cal. and .38 cal.
already ; plus
won a class title in the
four in the .45 caliber matches.
recent Atlantic Fleet championship IM Golf Organization
/? One member of the team, J.
qualifying him to fight on
the regional card. A. Cox, experienced his first big Meeting Set April 4
match with a lasting mementoby
I.
During fiscal 1961, more than i55SECOND% :,: +:rNFyr'+. ya+g. winning second place in the The NAS Athletic Director will

I 2 million applications for Federal .22 caliber timed-fire marksmanclass hold the second organization
tm' "
f s lsKsi x 't'' flm
employment were processed CHAMP-Tony Elumba of Memphis Navy has match. meeting for intramural golf at
by all Government activities and his hand raised In triumph br referee Johnny Joca u GITDCO' The other member of the varsity 0930, Wednesday, April 4, at the
Produced Larry' Johnson .it. awry. Elumba dropped his opponent twiCiwithin team that traveled to the Mainside gym. Members are reminded -
some 954,000 eligibles, round to gin him s no WiD
the firs
of
- or 55 seconds Flamingo matches was J. J. Colic that league play will
about
Dbr1ct
45 percent of all pro- and the 12S.pound title d u riD _h. IND bouts
of VA-44.
commence April 16.
cessed applications. fought here last Thursday at King HalL





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Reeves Named Jax Navy

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ment without intermissions.

i 'Serviceman' Tommy Tucker, nationally

known radio and TV personality,

will emcee the gala event.

By NATTUnii Free tickets will be available

for military personnel of units

Donald R. Reeves, SF1, has belonging to the CRF through

been named "Serviceman of the their parent Special Services of-

Month" for February at the fice. One ticket will be given to

Naval Air Technical Training each person which will allow himto

Unit and commended on his Selection attend and bring one guestto

by CAPT H D. Allen, the performance.For .

NATTU Commanding Officer. other service personnel of

units which do not belong to
The selection commendationread
the CRF, tickets will be avail-
in part: "Reeves continu-
able at a cost of $1 each, with
ally displays a high degree of
retired and reserve personnel
initiative, performs all assigned
:; D'r; i being allowed to purchase
tasks in a most expeditious and
& _. ._ &jta1 tickets at 50 cents each, eitherat
nmn .nnnm. n .nnm..nm..m
competent manner and constantly NEW TV LOUNGE-A new addition at the Bluejacket'i Inn will be a "TV Lounge," as de the NAS Special Services Of-
strives to improve his pro- picted in this interior decorator' sketch. when current remodeling and refurbishing of the en- fice or at the Coliseum.
fessional and military knowl- tire club Is completed sometime in May. The club is being remodeled to provide more space nud
edge." redecorated to provide a more attractive and enjoyable atmosphere for NAS enlisted personnel. I
The new TV lounge will seat 18 persons and will be furnished with multiple seating units, foam DefenseContinued
Commending his leadership cushioned with vinyl upholstery.Bluejackets .
( from Page 1))
abilities it stated
that, "Possessedof
natural qualities of leadership, Inn Now Undergoing Extensive consideration by the President's

he is always able to inspire the Panel on Federal Salary Systems

best efforts of those about him," before November 1, 1962.

concluding that "Reeves' per- Remodeling For More Area Better ServiceBluejackets Because of the broad scope

formance reflects credit upon and importance of the study,

himself, to this command, and an Advisory Council to the Defense
the Naval Service." and Waves, will soon be enjoying a refurbished enlisted men's and petty Study of Military Com

officer's club. Work on the project is now in its second week and according to contractor's. pensation has been appointed.The .

Reeves is a metal shop super- estimates the newly decorated club will be completed. bv. the middle of Mnv.
---- ----- -- Council is of
visor at NATTU. The major change in the structure -- ---of. composed
of the Bluejacket's Inn will senior staff members of the

be the enclosing of the patio, Commissary To ENs, MMs, BTs Bureau of the Budget, Civil
Service Commission Office of
presently located off the main the

,Classified.. ballroom. The seating capacitywill II Bar Children May Receive 'B' Assistant Secretary of Defense
and four senior
(Comptroller)
.. .i be increased by 100 or some ,
""
25 per cent. After April 1 officers of the military services.
FOR SALE
School Training The Council will assist the
The dance floor in the ball-
Cedar Hilli-3 bdrm, 1 1/2 bath, Commissary Store patrons
over $1,200 equity, make offer; Gy- room will be replaced. Also new were reminded again this week Assistant Secretary of Defense
Personnel in
Sgt. Egan, SP 1-4569 or Ext. 8687. foam rubber vinyl covered chairs that effective on Monday, serving the ratings (Manpower) in providing guid-
Ortega Hilli-Gl mtg., 3 bdrm., 2 and formica top tables will be I of machinists mate engineman ance to the Director of the Study.
April 2 children under the
bath, patio, $1,000 equity, avail. Apr. and boilerman may now I
1 h EV 8-0882.) placed in the new room. I age of 12 will no longer be receive Class "B" School train
Ortega Hills-7427 Warner Drive, 3 I In another change, the "Crows I permitted on the sales floor.

bdrm, 1 1/2 bath, patio, util. rm., $800 Nest" will be expanded to include The ban, however, does not ing.The Federal DriversNo
equity. Nuclear Power Training
the adjacent dining area. :
Equity in CB-3 bdrm, 1 1/2 bath include those children who
; 3chools in Mare Island Calif.
,,
EV 7.1098 after 1730. The Nest will also have a dance may be placed in shoppingcarts

By Owner-3 bdrm, 4 1/2% Gl, floor for the use of petty of- or carried in the parentsarms and New London, Conn. have Longer Liable

$57.50 per mo; SP 1-3493. ficer's second and first class and said LCDR D. G. Frank, recently been designated as
FOR RENT their guests. equivalent to Class "B" Schoolsfor
Commissary Officer. Strollers
Sm. Furn. Apt.-1 1 or 2 adults, $45 those three ratings. : Act
Under Tort
The furnishings in this area will not be permitted in the
per mo., or $11.50 per wk., util.; EV 8- These schools be
can now
gua-
9886 will include vinyl covered multi- store.

Riverside Area-dntown, Sep entr, unit ple seating units, lounge chairs, The new ruling has been ranteed' under the STAR Program A recent admendment to the
apt, Navy couple pref; EV 8-9886. and 30"x30" cocktail type tables. made necessary due to the .or eligible personnel. Under this Federal Tort Claims Act which
Oak Hill-3 bdrm, 2 bath, kit ,
equip program automatic advancement
There will be no change in substantial increase in
patronage became effective on March 21 sta-
$115 per mo, avail Apr. 1; SP 11451.
Cedar Hills! -4 bdrm, 2 bath, unfurn, the now existing bar in the Nest during the past year and to pay grade E-5 is possible for tes that a driver may no longerbe

sep din rm, $115 per mo, avail May but a small service bar will be put into effect as a means personnel reenlisting and suc held personally liable for
1, '62 for 2 yrs; SP 1-3402 after 1530. added for convenience.A of providing better shopping cessfully completing the school. damages as an individual if damage -
Comp Rurn-for 3." mot, 4 bdrm, 2
bath, avail Apr. 10, rest; 771.0570 af. TV viewing lounge with a conditions and more prompt In order to be eligible to attend was caused by him while

ter 1830. seating capacity for 18 persons attention for Commissary the school, personnel must acting within the scope of his

Unfurn p bdrm, $85 per mo; SP 1. featuring the same type furnish- shoppers.to have a GCT plus ARI test score employment, as a Federal em-

3501.Will Share-attr 2 bdrm apt with but ings as the rest of the Club, will combination of 110 or ATT Mathof ployee or a serviceman.

..woman, reat; EV 8-1906 after 1800. be located on the southwest side have special 53. Henceforth, if an individual
a "grand
Furn Apt.-4 rmt, kit opt, 1 sleep rm, of the building.The opening" Further information on the suffers personal injury or prop-
reas; EL -4718.. celebration when the remodeling -
5 Rm. Hse-2 bdrm, porches, $60 per entire Bluejackets Inn will Nuclear Power School may be ety damage as the result of
...mo. EV 8-6877. have new draperies to match the is complete. In the obtained from the CI&E Center, operation of motor vehicles by

Trailer-1 bdrm, patio, prl, $40 per refurbished color scheme. meantime, business as usual is I Bldg. 955, or by calling the center Federal employees or servicemenhe

mo; SP 10..30.Furn Effc Apt-prl. bath & entr, Iwr, Navy Exchange officials expect going on at the Inn. at Ext. 618. may file suit against the Uni-

$65 EV 4-1143. ted States only.

, Furn Bdrm-prl bath entr, St. Johns .: : i Before passage of this amend-
Park; EV 8-5503. ment, persons so injured could
Cedar Hilts-3 bdrm, 2 bath, din ,.
sep suit either the United -
bring against
_
rm, kit, $100 per mo; EV 7.3909 after \ M ,t It
,
1700. s _ ___, States or the employee or
_
Herschel St. 3583-3 Brdm, kit equip. I I' i serviceman personally. Althoughthe
Garage, $85.; EV 90636.) t employee or serviceman nor-
_
THIS 'N' THAT t \ mally would be defended by the

Wanted-3 riders vlcln. King & Parkto Department of Justice, any judgment -
NAS after April 16; Ext. 8160. 4Ar1 4i:
rendered would be a purely
Ride Pool-to NAS from Normandy
personal obligation.All .
Village; EV37..3 or 387-6400. .
'
$ '
:
.f. ii .I I. :

.. I L e : iK:: ? ::.. : against personnel whom, civilian any civil or military action --

or proceeding is brought or
_
>
HOT AIR
c::::::;> l / *'q W, '4 damage to property or personal
'
c> injury on account of his opera-
? tion of a motor vehicle in the
!
Ar scope of his employment shall

immediately deliver all process

and pleadings served upon himto

the Commanding. Officer

-,.. ""M"""' '';:' ,....,, ......."..4ai, .. .. ..:::j".y ...-x..., :::::B (Legal In addition Office). .
personnel will
BROTHERS THREE: -VA-44 has added another family,, to its growing numbers with three
brothers now having checked in there. The. brothers Ed John and Bill Landsittel (left to right), provide the command with all
are given first-hand information on the squadron by CDR Mitchell C. Griffin. squadron exec. information regarding the commencement -
'. usinq the "Hornet's" scrapbook to illustrate. John and Ed who enlisted on July 8, 1961, joined of the suit. The Commanding -
older brother Bill who enlisted 1961 at NATTC
January Memphis following recruit train- Officer will'
then
mANOr\\H4TWE HAD$ ing. After attending AM-A School there, they asked that they be 'allowed to remain.together and take
IN MIMPFOR A RREWATCH' received orders to VA-44. The squadron already has two father-son teams a set of twins and two the necessary steps to'' 'get' the
brothers. suit into the proper channels.



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