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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 1962
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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).
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How Much More Do You Want To Stay In Service? I



How much more would
you want to stay In pay the Ser- of personnel while the Navy is cently left the services to find I vice: $50, $100 $200 or $300 elude inquiry into their reasons

planning a special survey. out their reasons for leaving and for leaving, how they are doingin
vice? This Is the question the "If your total compensationwas
The results of the study will if they are doing better financially jobs and other facets of their
Military Pay Study Group Is raised how would you pre-
be used the the outside.
by Military Pay on new careers.
going to ask on a sample sur- I fer it to be increased: all in
vey of all the services.The Study Group to help determinehow I Some of the questions for the base pay allowances, retired pay The study group members will

the military compensation on-duty people will read like fringe benefits, a combination of evaluate the responses to both
questioning is expectedto
should be
system improved to
this: these?" surveys to help them find out
get underway this month, it retain needed skills in the ser-

was reported. The questions will vices. "How much of a general pay The question to be asked of where the government should

be inserted in the Air Force and The group will also make a increase would be needed to induce the persons who recently returned put its personnel dollars to get

Army's regular quarterly survey survey of persons who have re- you to remain in the ser- to civilian life will inLetsGetAcquaintedWith- the results it wants.


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Vol. 20 No. 10 U.S. NAS Jacksonville, Fla. 7 June 1962
and civilian personnel -
( along with their de-

pendents in overseas areas

are being reminded of the

temporary nature of the law A : '

which allows tax-free impor-

tation of household goods,

privately owned automobiles MILS TRIP NAVSTRIP

and other personal property. ,
They are warned against
abuse of the privileges granted A totally new concept in military logistics, originatedby

; by this law.Commanders the Department of Defense is currently being imple-
mented throughout the armed services.
have been instructed
r It is the Military Standard
to take necessary actionto I ness via card machine circuits.It .
Requisition Issue Procedure, referred -
assure that all personnel shipping to as ."MILSTRIP". Each will also establish a uniform.
personal property be reminded I service has distributed regula- priority system, replacing the
of their responsibilities.These four systems used by the differ-
tions outlining the procedures to
persons are required to ent services.AS .
be used within its own organization. -
read and understand the contentsof The Navy calls these regu- A FIELD activity of the

the Owners U. S. Customs Declaration ; lations "NAVSTRIP", Navy Bureau of Naval Weapons, the

and Entry and inspect- ; Standards Requisition and Issue I Naval Air Station, specifically the
ing Officers Certificate (DD Supply Department, is con-
System; the Army calls its sys- very
Form! 1252) which covers duty- ..oaf .f # p".kh'ili,.; ?'h'ieiFi'Rt4yc! :: x. 5.; tem "DARRIS", Department of cerned with MILSTRIP and

free entry of such property. the Army Requisitioning, Re- NAVSTRIP. A major effort is be-

Specifically, the commands are : 40' ceipt and Issue System; while ing undertaken here at NAS Jax

instructed to make persons the Air Force refers to its sys- to implement NAVSTRIP. To

aware of the fact that they are tem as Department of the Air keep its customers aware of what

not allowed to ship, duty-free, Force Military Standard Re- NAVSTRIP means to NAS Jax

any item as an accommodationfor quisitioning and Issue System. and satellite activities, the Sup-
others, or for sale, barter or ::' : :':s t0.asi.aw. w.W4K6KGiv: :v.WAvnY:4hi THIS RADICALLY different ply Department has prepared
exchange. FOR 40 YEARS SERVICE-CAPT James R. Compton. NAS several introductory and infor-
logistics into effecton
Commanding Officer, congratulates Phil Myers (right). Deputy system goes
Additionally, items shipped Comptroller for the Station, on his completion of 40 years of July 1, of this year. mational "poop" sheets and will
must be only personal and house Federal Service during ceremonies last week. CAPT Compton MILSTRIP is a major changein continue this dissemination of
hold who is of the original 13 "plank.owners"at information to better
effects for the shippers per- presented Myers one provide a
supply processing techniques
the Station with a citation on behalf of the Secretary of understanding of
sonal the of supply operation -
use or use membersof
the Navy. He was one of the first to be employed here, having taking the place of many exist-
his family who have been arrived in August 1940 before the Station was commissioned in ing documents and systems. All under this new system.

residing! with him overseas. I I October. Defense Department agencieswill For the past several monthsthe

Personnel are also reminded of be using the new system, local Supply Department has

the seriousness of violating pro- which makes it uniform throughout. been preparing for the advent of

visions of the customs declara- Phil Myers Cited By SecNav The new system will enable NAVSTRIP. First, a task force

tion. Not only do such violations agencies to cross service lines to was assembled to provide train-

jeopardize the privilege, but per- obtain certain materials using a ing to all requisitioners, includ-

sons making false statements on common language, procedures, ing all departments and officesof
DD Form 1252 are subject to For 40-Years Federal Service forms and codes. MILSTRIP will the Station, tenant commands,

criminal prosecution under the make greater use of automation NAS Sanford, NS Mayport, car-

Federal Law or the Uniform whereby agencies can do busi-I (Please turn to page 6, col. 5))
NAS Jax
Code of Military Justice, which One of the original "plank owners" here at

ever is applicable. I has been honored by the Secretary of the Navy with a cita-

tion for his 40 years of government service.

Phil D. Myers, presently the R .
Deputy Comptroller of the Sta- supervise the Comptroller's Of-
.i
CAPT lowndes made responsiblefor J 4 :
tion, was presented the citationby fice and was

Captain James R. Compton, the formulation of compre- 4r r

NAS Commanding Officer, on be- hensive financial managementplans
Appointed New the Station. He has
for
half of Secretary of the Navy
Fred Korth in ceremonies on been the Deputy Comptrollersince

6ND CommandantCaptain Tuesday of last week. August 1954.

Myers is one of the first groupof "When I first arrived to take

13 employees who was on over the planning and organization -
Thomas P. Lowndes
assumed the duties as Comman- hand when the Station was com- of the accounting depart- lk?yr + / : ::3i.!<%f'Jf ; '':;; 5:::
missioned on October 15, 1940. In ment here, we were working out
dant of the Sixth Naval District,
fact, he was employed at the of construction 'shanties' while
Charleston S.C. May 31 -
on upon
Station two months prior to the construction of permanent build-
the retirement of Rear Admiral -
commissioning, transferring here ings were going on," recalls
Kenmore M. McManes. '
from the Naval Aircraft Factoryin Myers. "It was the very day of
CAPT Lowndes will hold the
Philadelphia. the commissioning of the Sta-
until his own retirement on
post
June 30.VADM. He entered the Federal Servicein tion, on October 15, 1940, that
M. May 1922 with his first posi- we first moved into the first
W. Beakley, Deputy
tion being that of Comptometer permanently completed structure, HONORARY MEMBERSHIP FOR JAX MAYOR-CDR R. L.
Commander Atlantic Fleet,
a per- Operator at the Navy Yard In Bldg. 110, which then, as now, Oreair (right), commanding officer of Jacksonville's own Naval
sonal friend of RADM McManes,
Reserve Patrol Squadron 741 which was recalled to active duty
housed the Supply Department,
presented him with a gold star in Philadelphia. He subsequently last October and is serving here at NAS Jax, proclaimed Jack-
lieu of a fourth Legion of Merit transferred to the Naval Aircraft he added. sonville Mayor Haydon Burns (center), an honorary member of

during the ceremonies. Admiral Factory before coming to Jacksonville Myers, who is 60, said, "I feel the squadron last week and presented him an enlarged color
photo of the city with three of the squadron's P2Vs flying
McManes retired with 44 I in August 1940. honored and pleased at having
years I overhead. Assisting in the honorary installation was LCDR B. G.
service. In 1952 he was appointed to I (Please turn to page 6, col. 5)) Davis, squadron Information officer.



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MAS Jacksonville
CAPT J. R. Compton Commanding OfflotrEx
COR Wilttr J. Sdtub .cvtlv. Offlef
Fleet Air Jackionvlll NAB 6ND
MOM Joseph M. Carton Commandtr
CAPT Vincent C* ty Chief of Staff
Fltet Air Wing Eltvert,
CAPT Gilbert J. Frau.nhelm! _____Comm nd.r
CAPT Andrew H. Cow rt Chief Stiff Officer
Naval Air Technical Training Unit
CAPT Hart.., D. Allen Commanding i Officer
COR Eugene F. Verdery ____ Executive Officer
Naval Hospital
CAPT J. M. Manner Commanding Officer
CAPT Stephen H. Tolin-. Executive Officer ,
Navel Air Reserve Training Unit
>
CAPT Ralph !. Elliott, Jr. Commanding Officer \
CDR William M. Miller Executive Officer
Printed commerlcally 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 NEW JOWC OFFICIALS-New officers of the Jacksonville Officers Wives Club were installed -
Jacksonville, Navel Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet. Air Wing for the coming year on Thursday of last week during informal ceremonies at the meeting
11, Naval Air Reserve. Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hoipltal. which was hosted by Mrs. James R. Compton. Mrs. W. E. Fraser, outgoing Vice President (left),
CDR Alex N. Mclnnlt, Jr. ________ Service Information Officer presents the gavel of office to the new President, Mrs. W. L. Hoagland. Others assuming officeat
Andrew H.' Planey ______________ Assistant Service Information Officer the same time were (left to right) Mrs. Howard E. Waters, Corresponding Secretary; Mrs.
Newt Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb Staff-Mae Spencer JOI) Marc Whetstone, Charles W. Young, Recording Secretary; Mrs. Davis Henderson, First Vice President Mrs. R. H.
JOI; Robert Dodda, SA, Ruth Anne Roberts, SA. Fagan, Second Vice President, and Mrs. John Vaughn, Treasurer.
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern. and International -
Councils of Industrial Editors.
The Jax Air Newt I It a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material Nursing EducationProgram
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit It given. Photographs CommunismOne
unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs. Liberty vs
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone Open To
extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216.

of the outstanding differences between Communist
Qualified WAVESEnlisted regimes an democratic governments is their attitude toward

Where The FliesFreedom women who are Interested the problem of liberty and authority. In democracies the
Flag in nursing as a career may problem is approached with the intention of finding a rea-

be eligible for a commission in sonable compromise between complete individual and

the Navy Nurse Corps throughthe the claims of society or the general welfare.

Nursing Education Program. Under communism the prob- "to teach and advocate" the overthrow -
Holds This program provides an opportunity lem is simply brushed aside. For of the U.s. Governmentby
SwayCan
for qualified Waves to example, the Soviet Constitution violence.
baccalaureate degreein detailed Bill of Rights
acquire a includes a Chief Justice Vinson, speaking
nursing and a commission which is not respected in
Upon prac- also for Justices Reed, Burton,
any man or woman in the service see it rise in the successfully completing the tice. The liberty of citizens is not and Minton, pointed out that a
morning light and descend in the evening to the bugler's program. honored. All persons must be constitutional government has the
notes without feeling a sense of its beauty as a symbol? Gen. Applications may be submitted subordinated to the Communist right to protect itself against at.
orations have worked and fought and died that its original to the CI&E Center anytime Revolution, under the sole guid- tempts to overthrow it by vio
13 stars might multiply to 50. And as it flew over them so throughout the year but preferably ance of the dictatorship of the lence.

it shines for us and for free men everywhere as the embodiment I prior to January 1 or Communist Party.Communist In upholding acts of Congressto

of the liberty to which men throughout history have July 1.Classes. Party members are safeguard the government as
aspired. I convene for the pro- pledged to a world conspiracyto justified .limitations of freedomof
gram in September an Feburaryof destroy constitutional govern- he added "Obviouslythe
Our June 14 in honor it for speech, ,
flag-this as past years we each year.
mentment of the civil liberties of words (clear and present
on that date 185 years ago it was adopted by the Continental The is to
all citizens. Is
program open Regu- a government danger) cannot mean that before
Congress. By seeing it in "the rockets' red glare" Francis '
lar Navy and Naval Reserve dedicated
en- to liberty compelled to the government may act, it must
Scott Key was inspired to write our National Anthem and
listed women on active duty who allow such unrestrained freedomas wait until the putsch (revolt) is
in time the Yankee Doodle of them
our own greatest Dandy
high school diploma its destructionby
possess a or to permit own about to be executed, the plans
all, George M. Cohan, set the country to whistling "It's A GED equivalent, a clear record, violence? The only reasonable have been laid and the signal is
Grand Old Flag" and meaning every note of it. are unmarried and who will not answer is: No. awaited."If .

Ask any World War II veteran who was on Corregldor have attained, the age of 29 upon The problem was presented in the Government is aware

what it feels like to see the Stars and Stripes dragged down commissioning. an appeal to the U. S. Supreme that a group aiming at its over-
by an exultant enemy-for no veteran of Battan will ever Further information may be Court by eleven leaders of the thow is attempting to indoctrinate
forget May 6, 1942, when our resistance ended. Nor will the obtained at the CI&E Center, American Communist Party who its members and to commit themto
troops who in February of 1945 fulfilled GEN MacArthur's Bldg. 955, Ext. 618. had been convicted of conspiring a course whereby they will

pledge to return forget the sight of the flag rising trium- strike when the leaders feel the
phantly in vindication of dead and captive Americans. circumstances permit, action by
_I the Government is required."
"The emblem of our unity, our power, our thought and Nevertheless, when prosecutedin
purpose as a nation," Woodrow Wilson called it. "We cele- U. S. courts, Communists and
brate the day of its birth; and from its birth until now it their lawyers invoke all the civil

has witnessed a great history, has floated on high the sym- ILitflIfrU rights guaranteed to all persons,
bol of great events, of a great plan of life worked out by a I whether citizens or not, in the
great people." Almost' half of events since u1tx
a century great Bill of Rights of the Constitution.
Wilson's Flag Day message of 1917 have given his words Invariably, the courts have recognized -
new luster. these rights and have

accorded Communists all the

guarantees under the same Con-

Sometime! } fr Ia, d r r # stroy.In stitution. they are pledged to de-

the case of the 11 Commun
Sometime, when you're feeling important, ist leaders mentioned above, the
Sometime, when your ego's in bloom, trial judge went to extreme

Sometime, when you take it for granted, limits to safeguard their consti
You're the best qualified man in the room; tutional rights. Patiently, Judge

Sometime when you feel that your going Harold Medina allowed the Com
...
munists and their to attack
Would leave an unfillable hole, .A fi; lawyers
': :::.

:
: the American judicial system
.
Just follow this simple instruction : .
.l : and even to heap insulfs on
:
And see how it humbles the soul. .'
::< :
himself. As a result of these extraordinary
Take a bucket and fill it with water, tactics, the trial
Put hand in it to the wrist f
your up ; Li consumed ten months the
Pull it out; and the hole that's remaining, J'N// longest criminal trial in American
Is of how be missed. !:: _
a measure you'll ''''''Y.' :" history.
You may splash all you please, when you enter, 'WE SUPPLY THEM ALL-Chatting informally during a The convicted Communists appealed -
You can stir up the water galore, three-day visit here last week, RADM H. F. Kuehl (left), Naval their case to higher
Aviation Supply Officer, and CAPT John D.
Sullivan, NAS
But stop and you'll find in a minute, Supply Officer just naturally discussed the subject of aviation courts, and were allowed their
That it looks quite the same as before. supply as they examine a model of one of the many types used freedom on bail. The convictionswere
The moral in this quaint example, by the Navy. during his visit RADM Kuehl addressed local upheld by the U.S. Supreme -
Is do just the best can supply officers and toured the Overhaul and Repair, Aircraft
you Maintenance and Supply Departments. Court. But, in the mean-
CAPT J. M. Brogan,
Be proud of yourself, but remember, Director of the Aviation Supply Office's Stock Control Division time, four of the Communists
There's no indispensable man! '__ accompanied the admiral on the visit here. I skipped bail and disappeared.



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their jobs and leisure time acti- ., ". .'rt tc"h:' ; ;: :'!1: ,{ ."P: :$; t> .. ,

vities next week by a nationally ..::, ;:a' :' +:"':::'.. t =#it'i: ; : N

known artist. : ... .:r t;. i % <:7.m -i \t\ : .' > r

.
Mrs. Rosalind Rust will be in .ry4

the area from Sunday, June 10 'Q\ :m

through Thursday, June 14 at .

the invitation of the ;
Secretaryof -
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.1W\\\tS\a ti\\Q { %.1a +O
the Navy to make the draw-
THE CANAVERAL CAPER-Members of the Jacksonville Chapter of the Armed Forces Management Association are shown
ings. She is associated with the
atop Central Control during their recent trip to Cape Canaveral and Patrick Air Force Bast. Central Control is one of the key spotsin
Navy Art Cooperation and Liai- the overall Atlantic Missile Testing Range at the Cape, from where firings are controlled. The group, as guests of the Air Force at
son Committee.This Patrick AFB was able to see various rocket and missile launching sites, or complexes, and other Missile Range facilities during their
day-long tour. Next field trip for the local AFMA group will be ab oard a carrier out of NS. Mayport sometime in the fall.
Committee, through var-
.
ious art clubs, has assisted the. -

Navy records in pictorially.Mrs. building. its historical' : .Classified, Employee-Management Order McGinty Named


Rust has received exten- 'Honorman' For

sive art training in many med- FOR SALE

iums including charcoal, oil, Ortega Hills-3 bdrm, paneled porch Of President Being QuotedThis

water-color, India ink and pas- and liv rm, fen yd, $1100 buys $2000 April By NATTU
tels. equity; EV 7-6819, 7403 Foslyn Rd.

Normandy Village bdrm Masonry; ( is the eighth in a series, quoting Executive Order'
been Conv. to Expressway, ichls, shopping, Outstanding effectiveness and
Her paintings have shownin in the Federal
10988 "Employee-Management Cooperation \
NAS and Cecil. LTJG Sledge, 7828 Du. ,
many galleries and restaur- bois Dr; EV 81538. Service" for the information of all NAS employees.) reliability as Supervisor of the
ants in the Georgetown area of I Technical Library of the Avia-
.Hills 7356 Rd, 3
Ortega Hennessy
Washington D.C. the Corcoran bdrm "Section 13.a) The Civil Ser- may be referred to it by the tion Ornance School has won for
2 bath, Irg liv room, din, kit,
and EV 4-7212. vice Commission and the Depart- President, the Committee shall Donald J.
Gallery of Art and the Smithsonian gar; McGinty, AOl, honorsas
Institute. Middleburg-two story home; CO 2- ment of Labor shall jointly pre- advise the President with respect I the Naval Air Technical

5295. pare, 1. Proposed standards of to any problems arising out of Training Unit's "Serviceman of

Cedar Hills Estates-3 bdrm, 2 baths, conduct for employee organiza- completion of agreements pursu- the Month" for April.

Irg liv rm, din rm, Fla rm, hwd firs tions and 2. A proposed code of: ant to Sections 6 and 7, and shall
He
Eleven NATTUnitEM was named in ceremonies
SP 1 1-0888.
fair labor in
practices employee- receive the proposed standardsof
Thursday, May 31, by CAPT H.
2 bdrm house on 10 acres, well, ap relations in the
management conduct for employee organi-
pliances. Between NAS and Cecil. D. Allen, NATTU Commanding
", Give BloodAt $10,500. Will sell 5 acres sep; SP 1-1457. Federal service appropriate to zations and proposed code of fair Officer.

Hyde Park-4 bdrm, 2 bath, kit equip assist in securing the uniformand labor practices in the Federal

Donor Center VA, Fin; 3873968. effective implementation of service, as described in this sec- McGinty's Commendation read
2 bdrm house, fen back yard Avail. in part, "Possessed of natural
the policies, rights and responsi- tion, and report thereon to the
June 10. Will rent. Has kit equip.; qualities of leadership, he is always -
I Eleven enlisted men from the EV 83855. bilities described in this order. President with such recommen-
able to inspire the best efforts
Naval Air Technical Training Ortega Hills-4 bdrm, 2 bath, gar. dations or amendments as it may -
"(b) There is establishedthe of those about him.
hereby Settingan
Unit donated blood on May 29 $100 mo, Low dn pmt. EV 4-7787. deem appropriate. Consonant
Ortega Hills-3 bdrm, air cond., small President's Temporary Com- amirable example of military
with law the departments and
Blood Donor
the Naval Hospital ,
at -
pool, $650 down; EV 80587. mitte on th Implementation of: bearing and decorum. McGinty
Center. Ortega Hills-3 bdrm, 2 bath, den the Federal EmployeeManagement agencies represented on the has taken seriously his responsi-
bit-in rangeoven, gar; G.I.' Loan, $103 Committee shall, as may be
Those making donations were: per mo.; EV 8.1696 or Ext 8164, 656 Relations Program. The necessary for the effectuation of bility as supervisor of the Ref-

I, Fred Cross, AA, Gary Patterson, 272, or 216. Committee shall consist of the this section, furnish assistanceto erence Library."

; AA, and Richardson J. Walker, Oak Hills-3 bdrm, iVi bath, fin. yrd, Secretary of Defense, the Postmaster the Committee in accordancewith His selection as "Serviceman of

AA, of AO-A School; Larry W. many extras; SP 11168. General, and the Chair- section 214 of the Act of the Month" from NATTU entitles -
FOR RENT
Cears, AOl, Robert A. Flowers, Park-2 bdrm, Furn Fie man of the Civil Service Com- May 3, 1945, 59 Stat. 134 ((31 McGinty and his family to

A02, of AO-B School. Anders Orange; Ext. 488. apt. mission. In addition to such oth- U.S.C. 691)). Unless otherwise directed I an enjoyable day in historic St.

Furnished 4 Room Apt. $75 per mo, er matters relating to the im- by the President, the Augustine as guests of the St.
Also, Michael Lobaccaro, AA, Avail June 14; 384-5677, 2263 Park St. plementation of this order as II days after the date on which it I Augustine USO Committee and
and Kevin M. Regenhard, AA, of Lakeshore bdrm, furn, Ig gar. Fen the St. Augustine Chamber of
AE-A School; Leon H. Akright, corner lot, Fla rm. Avail. June 15, $90 yard, swimming pool; EV 9-8047 after Committee shall cease to exist 30 Commerce.

AEI, Edwin C. James, AE2, and per mo. Yearly lease; EV 8-5727 5.30: p.m. submits its report to the Presi-
Unfurn apt-2 bdrm, elec equip kit. 3 bdrm house, Irg kit, tile bath, screen dent pursuant to this section.
Frank E. Tominich AE3 of AE-
Conv. bus, stores, NAS or Cecil. $69.50 porch, 1% blocks from Roosevelt Blvd,
B School and John M. Fiery, per mo; EV 9-2522. 1% blocks from Herdchel city line bus, "Section 14. The head of each

AE1, of AE Support.The Lakeshore-furn 2 bdrm and Fla rm. Mr. Weeks, EV 9.1063 4318 BeverlyAve. agency, in accordance with the Deutsch Selected
Avail June 6. $105 per mo. L F Austin .
; EV 95954Riversidefurn lakethore-Unfurn. house, 3 bdrm, i provisions of this order and regulations -

apt. 3 rm and bath. porch, kit equip.; Ext. 368 or EV 8-04 188 prescribed by the Civil 'Honorman' For
first boat known to have Pvt ent. Cony bus and shopping cen after 5 pm. Service Commission, shall extendto
ter. 747 King St Mn. E. M. Smith, 749 THIS 'N THAT
been navigated under water was ; all employees in the competitive -
King St.Furn Ride Wanfer-Lakeshore to O&R, NAS, May At HospitalDouglas
built in 1620 Dutchman
by a civil service rights identicalin
3 room apt & bath, gar, pvt. 0700-1530 Reeder EV 95425. '
Cornelius Van Drebbel. He is ent. $65 per mo. Some utilities; EV 4- Ride wanted-Atlantic & Univ. Blvd.to adverse action cases to those A. Deutsch, HM3, has

said to have developed a chemi- 4328, Miss Ells R. Cay. NATTU, 0715-1555, Suther, Ext 8262 provided preference eligibles un- been selected the Naval 'Hospital's
cal also which would purify the lakeshore-furn bdrm with kit., priv. Ride Wanted-Arlington section to der Section 14 of the Veterans' as -
Bus Woman preferred; EV_ 7-6716 or Ext. NAS, 07301600. Willing to meet at a "Serviceman of t h eMonth"
air and allow the crew to stay Preference Act of 1944
as
650. 'pickup point; RA 5-0031, RA 4-1975 or for May. He received a
submerged for extended periods. 3 bdrm. house near base, fen back Ext 577. amended. Each employee in the hearty "Well Done" from CAPTJ.

competitive service shall have M. Hanner, Hospital Com-

S the right to appeal to the Civil manding Officer, and an ex-
Service Commission from an adverse -
pense-free
day at St. Augustine,
decision of the administrative courtesy of the USO.
officer so acting, such appeal
I The hospital
to be processed in an identical I corpsman was
honored for his "unusual initia-
manner to that provided for appeals -
tive and
resourcefulness and his
under Section 14 of theVeterans'
unusual qualities of leadership in
Prefernce Act. Any
fulfilling his duties as senior
.
hr. rxsf recommendation by the Civil
corpsman in the pediatric clinic."
Service Commission submittedto
According to the citationDeutsch's
the head of an agency on the
suggestions for methodsof
head of the agency. This section improving clinic efficiencywere

ployee in the competitive service uniformly well thought out

.... .... ..... W.wJV.\wH:+a oo Aa.rv ..rvw .. d Hwdavarl shall be complied with by the and tactfully presented.In .

'IT'S A THUNDE BIRD'-With that non-committal remark an unidentified lad from among head of the agecny. This section addition, the citation noted
these fourth grade students from the North Shore School has been credited with giving VA-135
its nickname. While touring squadron facilities several of the youngsters were asked what kindof shall become effective as to all that "Deutsch's relationships with

bird they thought the one appearing on the squadron insignia shown here in the center was. adverse actions commnced by issuance both patients and staff have been
All were reluctant to identify it, according to squ idron officials, except someone who piped up most harmonious and have con-
with "It's A Thunderbird:' Little thought was gi en to the remark at the time but reflecting on of a notification of pro- tributed immeasurably to the
the fact that the squadron had no name to gq with the insignia patch which was retained from the posed action on or after July 1,
smooth
old World War II squadron that was recently reactivated they have decided to use the monickerfor operation of the busy
their own. They will now be known by the nickname, "Thunderbirds." 1962." clinic." .



Page <4< JAX AIR NEWS 7 June 1962



: Station Traffic

: HTS
:
Violation RecordThe I I r1r

following is a report of $4

motor vehicle accidents and

traffic violations for the per-

iod May 27 through June 2:

NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis

week .6
This year 106

Through June of 1961 ,.114
NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE

LAST INJURY IN MOTOR

.' : VEHICLE ACCIDENT 0
NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis

week .47

Speeding .. .4
Reckless Driving .1
c
Running Stop Sign 1

Others ... ... .41
4. Twenty-five drivers appeared -

before the Traffic Hearing

Board on June 4 with disposi- .
tion of cases as follows: three
NEW CAPTAIN AT DVCC-CAPT George S. Stains. Offi-
lost driving and parking pri- cer in Charge of Disease Vector Control Center here at NAS
vileges aboard the Station, one Jax, has the insignia of his new rank pinned on by Mrs. Stains
was assigned to an eight- on being promoted last week. CAPT Stains began his present
hour remedial driving course, duties in September 1958 and it is said that his promotion will
not bring orders to other duty in the immediate future. The
SETS 'HONORMAN FIRST-LCDR Burdeti A. Oils (left), ten received suspended penal- DVCC provides technical and specialized services in the fields
became the first pilot to be selected for the "Honorman" award ties, eight received warnings, of vector prevention and control, conducts related investigative
at VP-30 while undergoing a second tour of training with the two were dismissed and two and evaluation studies, acts as a lab for identification of entomological *
replacement training squadron. COR Walter W. Honour (right), referred to commandingofficers vectors of biological warfare agents and provides
VP-30 skipper, presented him the award last Friday after he was were training and indoctrination of personnel. The DVCC area of
selected as top man of graduating Class 262. for possible disciplinary assignment includes the Eastern Sea Frontier Caribbean Sea

action. Frontier, the First through the Ninth Naval Districts, and the
DRIVING MOTOR VEHICLESAT River commands.
CDR Otis Named "STOP-AND-GO" LIGHTS

rtffJ1 Stop-and-go signals are in-

stalled to promote safety by Suns Open
; VP-30 'Honorman'For the orderly handling of traf- .

! fic. Every driver should obey r }

New First Thursday, June 7 them. If you plan to turn at 4 13GameHomeStand

Mainside Of an intersection, get into the
-Stranger Bom-
proper traffic lane long before
bay, 1900 only.NATTUnitDavid.
Lieutenant Commander Bur- reaching the turn, and give the
And Goli-
dett A. Otis Jr., overcame the proper hand signal. Note the f
ath, 1900 only.HospitalAll. .
grading factors, heavily weightedin color of the signal light while :< '?
Fall Down, 1900 The Jacksonville Suns, still
favor of replacement officers still at a distance, and regu-
training for their first tour in an only. late speed 'accordingly. Have resting atop the International
to Friday uu. CMainside League, return to their local bail-
operational. patrol squadron, your vehicle under easy con-
become "Honorman" of Patrol -Journey To The 7th trol. Never rush up to an intersection iwick tomorrow night to open a
30's Of- Planet 1900 long 13-game home stand.In .
Squadron Replacement only. in an effort to
ficer Class 2-62. NATTUnit-Stranger Of Bom- "beat" the light. their first AAA venture, the

i bay, 1900 only. When the yellow signal Suns host the Syracuse Chiefs ina

He is the first "secondtour"pilot Hospital-David And Goliath, shows ahead of your vehicle, four-game set beginning at
: ever to win the squadron's"Honorman" 1900 only. stop before reaching the cross- 1930, followed on Saturday witha

i, award, which was Saturday,June 9 walk. Start again only when double-header and another
to him by CommanderW.
presented single on Sunday.
Mainside-Five Fingers Exer- the green signal shows. If,
W. Honour VP-30 Commanding
cise, 1900 only.NATTUnitJourney. while the green signal is Rochester's Red Wings pull into -
Officer during informal
gra- To The changing to yellow, your ve- town Monday for a threegamesetto
duation ceremonies Friday
on 7th Planet, 1400 & 1900. hicle unavoidably passes into then the Buffalo Bisons
June 1. Hospital Of the intersection don't stop RETIRES ON 31-Robert M. will be here June 14-16. Another
Stranger Bom-
Garth Director of the Planning
I The graduation roster of Class bay, 1900 only. there. Proceed cautiously Division Public Works Department three-game series will begin on

2-62 headed by CDR William J. Sunday, June 10 through the intersection. displays the "plank- June 17 with the arrival of the
I Vaught, Class Leader, included (Stopping in the intersection owners" plaque awarded him Toronto Maple Leafs.
Mainside Twist All Night, last week during retirement
would only increase conges- start at 1930
20 pilots and eight NAOs who 1900 only. ceremonies in the Smith Roomof Weekday games ,
were trained in advanced all- NATTUnit-Five tion.) the Civilian Cafeteria. More Sunday games at 1800 and double
weather antisubmarine tech- cise 1900 Fingers Exer- Always consider the safetyof than 21 years or his service headers at 1800.Servicemen .
niques. They will join MaritimeAir only. others and give them the was here at NAS Jax. Garth and their dependents -
Hospital-Journey To The 7th right-of-way. is came to NAS Jax in September
Courtesy
Task Force squadrons along Planet, 1900 only.Monday con- 1940. the month prior to the can obtain tickets to all
the East Coast, in Bermuda, and gatious. Station's commissioning. Suns home games at reduced
June 11
those deployed to North Atlan- rates at the Special Services Office -
tic bases., Mediterranean and Caribbean 1900 Mainside only. The Last Wagon, .w.YYiJ,YDt 4(0.VOQGPYf: ;':4 }4S:'$d4Kbb4OkN.b"r?+:''YY4+' '+Yr.v..,a N+.i fNK>.., ; .,. avn rnv.x Bldg. 704.Jowc.


NATTUnit-Twist All Night,
LCDR Otis is scheduled to report 1900 only. Gives

to VP-23 in Brunswick, Me. Hospital-Five Fingers Exer-

cise, 1900 only.

FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION Tuesday, June 12 $1,000 ForCharity

Mainside-Cimarron, 1900 only. L

NATTUnit-The Last Wagon,
Final nominations for Branch 1900 only. UseAt

.
91 officers for the 1962-63 year Hospital-Twist All Night, 1900 ". t-' "'r'r f
will be made at a meeting tonight only. iU.: t its final meeting of the year

at the FRA Club, 8554 Wednesday June 13 .. '*' last week, the Jacksonville 'Of
,;J ;
Roosevelt Blvd., at 2000. ficer's Wives Club unanimouslyvoted
Mainside-Stage Coach, 1900 ,* '. !
,
< \ donations of $500 to the
AU Branch members are urgedto only. :>: ,
& : j Pine Castle School here in Jacksonville -
attend the meeting and nom- NATTUnit Cimarron, 1900 4;
inate the officers of their choice. only. p '-' ..,.'. ; ...... and another $500 to the
LIFESAVERS COMMENDED Two O&R Electroplaters Navy-Marine Residence Founda-
Branch 91 members and ladiesof Hospital-The Last Wagon, 1900 Barney Rhoden of Process Division (center), and S. J. Struckoof tion, Inc., of Washington, D.C.
the Unit held Memorial only Power Plant Division (right), received letters of commendation
Day A
of
large portion the dona-
from CAPT Robert H. Fagan O&R Officer, last week
services on Sunday, May 27, at lauding them for their lifesaving attention to a fellow employee. tions came from proceeds realizedby
the NAS Protestant Chapel and At Annapolis, a visiting admiral Strucko discovered C. B. Gatewood lying unconscious in the the club from its annual
Saluting Battery. Services were told a midshipman, "Name threeof sandblast room on May 16 and immediately summoned Rhodento Magnolia Ball held during the
concluded with a helicopter flight the great naval figures in our the scene. Receiving similar citations they were commendedfor first week of May.
their fast appraisal of the emergency situation their re-
out to sea where flowers were history. sourcefulness and administering of artificial respiration until The two sizeable donations

dropped in memory of those The midshipman promptly rep- medical aid arrived. Their acts the commendation noted prevented brought the total figure expended -
shipmates who are now servingon lied, "Farragut, Jones-and, beg what could possibly have been the loss of a fellow em- for charity by the club duringthe
the staff of the Supreme pardon, sir, but I didn't quite ployee. Gatewood was taken to the hospital for examination on
past year to more than
being revived and suffered no ill effects or loss of time due to
Commander. catch your name. I the experience. $2,200.




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JAX NEWSNARTU AIR SPORTS v 1 Y








Stores Bats;





Will Return June 19The




National League IM softball leaders have taken a

"leave of absence" from the diamonds for two weeks while

they travel out of state with three reserve air squadrons un- FLEET MATCH BRIEFING-During last week proceeding
dergoing training. the Atlantic Fleet Rifle and Pistol Matches being held here at
NAS this week, classes were conducted at the Pistol Range
NARTU not only is leading I covering safety measures, rules and regulations. In the photo
their league, but they also are ,> above, a range officer is shown answering questions and giving
heading the entire Station's soft- pointers to the assembled marksmen. Tomorrow Friday the
LsOWLIN-I trophies for winners will be handed out at 1400 in the NAS
ball season with a 14-0 win-loss Theater. No results were in at press time for the Air News. The
record. near two-foot travelling rifle team trophy shown at left, with
a ry one of similar design for the pistol team champions will be
Sparkplugging the club has awarded to the top Atlantic Fleet rifle and pistol team shooters.
With the IM "
been Charlie Thomas who has Bowling season i Individual honors such as those shown to the right and left
pitched a total of 38 innings thus rapidly coming to a close, thereis of the huge trophy will also be handed out. Some 250 shootersare
some question as to how the taking part in the week long matches.
far, allowing only seven hits and -..
overall outcome for first placein
striking out 75 of the batters
facing him. The three-time All- the three leagues will resolve. Golf LeagueStandings Swimming Classes Are

Navy player has chucked one Aside from the close team play,
there are two individuals who
perfect game and only recently
missed another against Com- have distinquished themselves Started For BeginnersSummer

FairJax when one man slipped down the lanes. So far this year, I Following are the IM Golf

passed him with a walk in the the highest game rolled belongsto standings as of last Friday: is gradually creeping up on NAS and before
Dan Mors who holds a 266. He
seventh inning. At present, his AMERICAN NATIONAL long hundreds of military, civilians and their dependentswill
also has maintained
the highest
record stands at 5-0. LEAGUE LEAGUE be joining the early birds heading for the beaches, the
average of 188. The high set
Team W L Team W L
Two other NARTU pitcherswho honors, thus far of course, have Ale Malnt 3 t ComFelrJex 4 0 swimming pools or that favorite, lake.

have done equally as well, been established by Ed Carroll FAWI t 2 t Marines 2 t There will be some attemptsat to be the first instructors. Wa-
Supply 2 t HOlp "8" 2 1 1VP.5 those who know
swimming by
except for the perfect throwing, with a 673. ter Safety Instructors not assigned -
t t Vp.30 "A" 2 2
are Harold Gulden with a 4-0 With all teams having rolled VP.30 "B" 1 1 NARTU 2 2 nothing about it, and as a result to Special Services, however,

record, and Tom Lynch with a over 50 games each, here's how HOlp "A" t 2 on 0 3 there will more than likelybe are in need.
6-0 record. the VA-44 0 t AF6791h 0 3 added to the statistics lists
leagues stand: AMERICAN- VP-16 0 2 another drowning. This first program of a seriesis

Kenny Oliver, the club's third I Play Boys with a 42 win, 14 designed for the beginner,
baseman, has been the cause ofa loss record and Spades Aces witha In an effort to ward off this such as a child or for someone

good many headaches for the 41-15 tallie. CONTINENTAL June 13 Final unnecessary sacrifice of life, and I having trouble learning to swim.
other teams' pitchers. So far in Owl Hoots with a 40-12 and the further, to put some fun into the Hesitation to call the Red Cross

this season he has stacked up a Hornets with a 39-13 record. Swim MeetingThe lives of those who would like to office at Ext. 552 or 554 for the
NATIONAL-Supply "A" with 43 know a little more about swim-
511 batting average. time and place to Register, can
wins and 13 losses followed by second organizational ming, the NAS Red Cross is ini- only prolong the opportunity of

According to team managerJ. the Strikes holding a 38& to 17% meeting for the NAS IM tiating Beginner Swimming learning to swim safely. Don't
G. Bonvillian and his assis- stand. Classes here on the Station.
Swimming Meet will bo heldat become a victim of statistics!
tant R. G. Hall, NARTU's strongest 0930, Wednesday, June 13, The first two classes will beginon

contenders have been Com- in the Mainside gym. Com- Monday, June 11, with nearly

FairJax, Admin, A/C Maint and Gaskill Wins mands are reminded that it is 40 candidates, their ages ranging

AF679th. Last Thursday, after not necessary to have a com- from 18 months on up. Kudo Ashby
,
beating VA-35 four-to-one in a plete team to be eligible to "In order to have additional

heads-up game which began at Tennis SinglesDick enter. It is feasible that one classes", says Field Director C. V Earn
1700, NARTU nearly fell into the individual could gain enough Gross, "we must have at least Lentine

loss column when they again Gaskill of VA-44 wrappedup first places in the meet to win 20 individuals registered for any

faced A/C Maint at 1900 the the NAS IM Tennis Singles the championship for his com- one class." 50-Mile PinsThree

same night. The Maintenancemen Tournament last week with a mand. These classes, open to military,
6-0 and a 6-1 over Rupert Brooke their dependents and civilians
put the This will be the final meet- individuals have
on but the more
pressure also of VA-44. here at NAS, are being supportedby
ing before the swimmers gather the "Swim and
completed Stay
league
leaders managed to come the NAS Special Services Of-
Both men, making up 44's two-
at the Indoor Pool (Bldg. Fit" 50-mile Red Cross Programlast
out on top with slim fice which is providing swim-
only a two- some in the Doubles Tournament,
at 1900 June 26. En-
614)), on week at the Indoor Pool.
point margin, 8-6. were scheduled at press time to ming instructors for the program.
the
tries
being
are accepted by Clifford Kudo, a civilian who
playoff against AF679th's pair, I Chuck Phillips and Tim Ashby,
Athletic Director in the
gym. works in the NATTU Office
It remains Legal -
to be seen which, Bill Papenfuss and Jim Ring. both from the Indoor Pool, areRECEIVE
if .. Chuck Lentine.. AA.. a Special -
any, of the National League -- -----------
Services lifeguard, and Tim
teams works into the
'upset' Ashby, SA, a water safety instructor -
spotlight. at the pool, received

Overall here their certificates of completion
are both league
together wth the colorful 50-
standings as of Monday night
:
miler Red Cross insigne badge

NATIONAL AMERICAN from NAS Jax Field DirectorC.

LEAGUE LEAGUE V. Gross.

Team w L Team W L rYV i y S r Earlier last month, the first
two 50-milers to receive their
NARTU 14 0 VA-44 10 3 ., 4 ; '_, 4
AF679th 10 2 Marines 10.4 : Ed Albrecht.The .
Admin 10 2 VP-16 to"
program got underway on
ComFairJax 7 5 VAP-62 9.4 March 23 and since then has gathered -

A/C Maint 7 6 Dispensary 8 5V together over 60 partici-
A-3S 5 4 Supply 7 7 pants.

VU-10 3 10 VP-5 5 8 r : For those who are interestedin
VP-30 3 11 FAW-11 5 9 %' taking part in this organized

COM Men 1 10 FAETU 4 10 physical fitness pasttime, the Indoor -

Hospital ,1 11 VP-18 410 f, ,.: S r oy''. t:__1Y7cvdtw.y' pool is now open from
Public Wks 3 11 1600-1800 for only those on the

50 mile roster. Recreational
EDITOR'S NOTE: Because -
VP-741 withdrew from the Na- swimming for military personnel

tional League play all games only is still being conducted from

played against them by other 50-MILE CERTIFICATES-Clifford Kudo, Chuck Lentine and Tim Ashby (left to 1100-1300 daily except on week-
league learns whether won or right), receive the third fourth and fifth "Swim and Stay Fit" awards to be given out by the ends. The Indoor Pool is closed
lost have been nullified thus Red Cross for their having accomplished the 50-mile swim in the physical fitness program which both Saturdays and Sundays
began here in late March. Presenting the awards at the Indoor Pool which Is open exclusively for
somewhat changing the league 50-milers from 1600-1800 daily except weekends, is C. V. Gross NAS Red Cross Field Director. since the opening of the outdoor
standings. Sixty participants have registered for the S0-m.le swim. pools.





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6 JAX AIR NEWS 7 June 1962



Requests For 'Highest-Grade'i Retirement Bill



NESEP To BeTaken Goes To Senate
{ $. Passes House

,
1 1The
July Legislation that will allow members of the Armed

Forces to retire in the "highest grade satisfactorily held" in
CI&E Center has announced service has passed the House and gone to the Senate
that special request chits fnr any consideration.The .
for entrance to the Navy Enlisted Air Force recommended

Scientific Education Program will enaction of the legislation, and assumed that personnel who
be accepted from July 1 through the Bureau of the Budget inter- formerly served in the Army
August 15. posed no objection. would be entitled to consider

This program is an uninter- Basically, the legislationamends their Army service as equivalentto
rupted four-year college education existing law. The De- that in the Air Force in deter-

program, including summer ses- fense Department beliaves that mining the grade on which re-
sions in designated colleges and individuals who have served in tired pay or disability severance
universities, which leads to a I one service: and later transfer to pay could be computed.The .

baccalaureate degree in the ma- or enter, another should not be assumption arose from the
jor fields of <<. :' > penalized because of such: trans-
study approved by r provisions encompassed in the
,the Chief of Naval Personnel. fer.Under National Security Act of 1947.
.2!. present law, as inter-
::;:>::1.. ';
After receiving their degree, <.::: individuals will be ordered to HERE FOR EVALUATION-The 40-inch "Scan Converter" eral, an individual who has Comptroller General ruled that
Officer Candidate School, New- being observed by Stan Sisco: ACCA, (left), and Coy Blocker: served in one branch of service the Air Force could advance per-
ETCS, has just been installed here at the NAS Radar Air Traffic
port, R.I., or Naval School Pre- Control Center for evaluation by the Bureau of Ships. The and later retires, receives full sonnel on the retired list to
Flight, Pensacola, Fla. If these newly developed television-like radar scope is exp'ecTecl to be credit for all service performed grades held in the Army only if
schools are successfully completed satisfactory for use throughout the Navy. Because of its design. except in one particular. such grades were held in the
candidates will be commis- supervisors will now be able to view the large scopes in light Here's what happens: In com- Army Air Corps or Army Air
rooms, seeing radar coverage within a medium range spectrum.
sioned in the Regular Navy in a puting his retired pay, a grade Force.
category commensurate with the I held in the first armed service
needs of the service. I Air News May- NADO Announces cannot be considered even though The new legislation, when ap-
.
this
that grade may be higher than proved, will erase problem.Let's
Men and women of pay grade Have Re-Up any grade which he held in the
E-2 or above who have not Confernce On other service. The same situation
reached their 25th birthday by Photo For You exists with respect to computing Get

July 1 of the year selected are Have you reenlisted since disability and severance pay. (Continued from page 1))

SEP.eligible for consideration for NE- January of this year? If so, Per Diem ChangeLT' Under the proposed legislationthe riers based at Mayport, NAS
and you are assigned to NAS situation will be remediedby
Glynco, Ga. and NAS Atlanta,
They must be high school Jax, there may be a photo- B. A. Buscher Officer in authorizing computation of Ga. Then followed discussion ses-
graduates or possess satisfactory graph of your "shipping over" Charge of the Navy Accounts retired pay and disability and i sion with activities, formal and
high school ceremony on file at the Jax Disbursing Office here, based
level GED test score announced severance pay on the high- informal classes, and assignmentof
and have a minimum of GCT Air News Office.If today the receipt: of an important est grade held satisfactorily in a semi-permanent group to

plus ARI equal to 118. you would like to obtaina I change to the Joint Tra- any branch of service. identify all existing' electronic

In addition, applicants may be copy of the photograph, stop vel Regulations which affects Also under present law, an In- data processing programs which
married or single.Qualify by the office, Room 230, Bldg. certain per diem allowances.The dividual who has held a per- must be adjusted.

1, any day, during normal changes, he said apply manent grade on active: duty
working hours and it's yours mainly to members of deployed which is higher than the gradein PART OF THE conversion
Control for the asking.HQMC units, squadrons or detachmentsat which he is serving when process calls for the NAS Sup-
I i government installations where retired or separated for disability ply Department to convert all of
: may not receive: retired pay the supply records. The magni-
and.
government quarters mess.
Certificates Announces tude of this job which calls for
Go ing facilities are available.To or disability or severance pay ,
I based on the higher grade. conversion of some two million
Second IncrementE6 clarify these instructionsand in-process cards, will require
I The old law, which authorizes
To Seven At O&R answer specific questions retired payor severance pay around the clock machine reproduction -

Promotions from various commands, NADO based on grades formerly held, and interpreting before
Seven employees of the Qual- has scheduled a conference at refers only to temporary grades. the system goes into effect on
ity Assurance Group of the Over- Headquarters, U. S. Marine 0900 June 12 in the Aircraft Under the new legislation this July 1.
haul and Repair Corps in Washington has Maintenance Conference Room situation will
Department received an- also be remedied.It NAVSTRIP, in addition to its
certificates denoting their nounced that promotion warrantsfor Bldg. 200. Commanding officersof would authorize computationof benefits of standardizationamong
many
completion of training as Qual- the second 1,200-man incre- all commands in the Jackson- retired pay based on the and between the various
ity ,Control Specialists on May ment of the 3,509 E-6 selectees ville area have been invited to highest permanent or temporary I services, has also paved the way
25, and have been asigned to picked last March have been attend along with their personnel grade held satisfactorily on active for many improvements internalto
the Quality Coordination Office sent to individual commands. The officers and senior yeoman. duty in any branch of service. the local supply operation.

there. promotions carry a May 1 date announcement.Some The new legislation also affects These latent benefits fall gen-

Receiving the certificates were I of rank. 1,200 E-6 promotions, the Air Force personnel previously erally in the category of provid-
The remaining 1,109 new staff serving in the
Army other thanin
J, C. Ostertag, A. C. Coldewey, sergeants will be promoted about first of those selected to be the Army Air Corps or Army ing the tools for streamlining and
in-house
Sydney Kolodner, E. E. Hilbrant, June 15 and will have a June promoted, we remade during Air Force. accelerating operationsand
R. in being more responsive to
G. Splinter T. !
J. J. Leverence., L. Boehmerand Captain 1 date of rank, according to the April to rank from April 1. I Prior to 1958 the Air Force the customers' requirements.

Robert C. Clements, Assistant H.. -
O&R Officer, made the presen- w
tations with the assistance of Phil MyersContinued

L. T. St. Petery, Superintendentof ( from page 1))
the Quality Assurance Group.
completed 40 years of federal
The quality control training service and glad that I could
course consisted of 1,200 hours make it. I have no immediate
I of on-the-job training in quality plans for retirement. I'll stay on
control techniques along with a the job as long as I feel I can
I 90-hour college level course in produce and be of service to the
Statistical Quality Control. Pro- federal government and the
fessor Paul M. Downey of the Navy," he added.
University of Florida conductedthe
The citation from the Navy
classroom
training in SQC.
Secretary said, "In grateful recognition -
Other O&R personnel who attended and appreciation of
the SQC course are Dan- your faithful service to the Navy
iel Luvisi, J. R. Touchton, M. L and to the Government of the

H. Lazarus, W. G. Williams, J. United States, I take great
R. Smith, D. D. Field, J. E. ___ pleasure in presenting this I
Milton, Lawrence Kimberly C. Award of Service."
END QUALITY CONTROL STUDY-Nineteen O&R employees have ended their Quality Con-
B. Woods, R. C. Freeman, E. O. trol studies with seven of the group being awarded certificates for having completed the full In addition to performing the
Carter and L. E. Jordan.A 1,200-hour course, including a 90-hour course in Statistical Quality Control. Receiving certificates
were (seated at table right to left) J. C. Ostertag, A. ,C. Coldewey, Sidney Kolodner. E. E. Hilbrant many exacting duties of his position -
R. G. Splinter, T. L. Boehmer and J. J. Leverance.. Others attending include (seated from Myers serves on many
large, overweight man was left to right) Daniel Luvis, J. R. Touchton. M. H. Lazarus, W. G. Williams J. R. Smith, D. C. permanent Committees and
hit by one of those tiny foreign Field J. E. Milton, Lawrence Kimberly C. B. Woods and R. C. Freeman. Also attending but not Boards which directly affect the
sports cars and he had to go to present for the photo were E. O. Carter and L. E. Jordan. Certificates were presented by CAPT
the doctor-to have it Robert C. Clements Assistant O&R Officer, (standing left), and L. B. St. Petery Superintendent welfare of the Station and its
removed.
of the Quality Assurance Group. employees.Pace .