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Vol. 20 No. 33 OS. NAS JadnonrUl. Fla. 1 November 1962

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Coups World Navy, Marine Corps EM'S,




Skeet ChampionshipBy Officers Extended One YearThe



Marc Whetstone, JO1 Secretary of the Navy, Fred Korth, has announcedthat

Once eliminated from a local skeet team after being told he'd never make a shot- due to the Cuban crisis personnel slated to leave the

gun shooter, a Jax Navyman has returned to NAS wearing a World Championship Skeet service prior to February 28, 1963 will have their tours of

Team .Gold Medal. duty extended for a period of 12 months.
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tie is 20-year veteran chief This directive which was ef- "
elude naval reservists active
on
aviation electrician Ken Pender- fective October 24 applies to all
for training naval reser-
gras of St. Joseph, Mo., one of regular and reserve officers and duty ,
k vists and fleet reservists on tem-
four Americans who made up the enlisted personnel of the Navy

United States' team in the recent S and Marine Corps.PERSONNEL porary active duty, personnel
holding authorization for trans-
World Skeet Matches held in MAY VOLUNTARILY
fer to the Fleet Reserve whose
... Cairo, Egypt. There, the Ameri- extend or reenlist for
date is before November
cans not only beat the favored 12 months in accordance with on or
$ Ic- 1 and personnel who have com-
Russian team but set a new world current directives.The .
pleted over 30 of active
record, breaking 394 out of 400 directive was made under years
service or whose retirement after
targets. provisions of Public Law 87-736.
30 years service has been author-
PENDERGRAS' TEAMMATESwere Some of the exceptions to the

Tom Heffren, an airman extension ruling involving offi-

from Lackland Air Force Base, cers are statutory retirement, involuntary ized.Civil

San Antonio, Tex., Ed Calhoun, release from active

a chicken farmer from Salisbury, duty, reserve officer on active ServiceTo

Md., and Bob Rodale, owner of a duty training or temporary ac-

printing company in Allentown, tive duty or retired officers on Conduct

Pa. The four men were selectedto active duty.ENLISTED.
-i-;
represent the U.S. skeet shooters EXCEPTIONS in- Inspection

following final eliminations at

San Antonio. Civilians .
May An Inspection Team from
Winning the World Championship -
the Atlanta Regional Officeof
came as an international Get Flu Shots
: the Civil Service Commit-
surprise as pre-match predictorshad OLYMPIC GOLD MEDAL WINNER-Jax Navy's Ken Pen-

classed the Russians to win, dergras shows to CAPT James R. Compton, NAS CO, the Olympic Civilian employees now sion will conduct a "Special"inspection
Gold Medal he received as a member of the United Stales may of certain ele-
the Rumanians favored to place Skeet Team which won the World Championship recently in obtain influenza inoculations ata ments of the civilian personal -

second with Venezuela to take Cairo Egypt. Besides capturing the international honors the reasonable cost through a NAS here at NAS

third. The United States' men- team, comprised of two civilians, an Air Force airman and Navy Jax group program. I! Jacksonville program the weekof
tion was far down the ladder. Chief Pendergras, set a new world record, breaking 394 out of during
However by the end of the 400 targets. The shotgun marksman it wearing the official USA According to the American November 5, 1962, it was
,
international uniform. Medical Association all persons announced last week by the
first the U. Steam had
day,
should obtain the inoculationsand Industrial Relations Depart-

three moved targets.In into a. surprising lead of YAP -62 Total of 8,000Accident persons over 45 years old ment.

the second and last day of Logs are especially susceptible to the Specific elements of the per-
disease. Also those with
persons sonnel to be inspectedare
the Cairo matches the favored program
chronic heart lung and kidney Employee-Management Co-
team the and Free HoursSomeone
put on pressure
Flying
proceeded to break the world rec- disorders, pregnant women and operation, Grievance Procedures,
small children.A and System for Appeals from Ad-
ord by one target with a score
said that to err is human but the officers and local physician has agreedto verse Actions. While the inspec-
of 392. This left the Americans'chances
of attaining a winningscore men of Heavy Photographic Squadron 62 based here say administer the inoculations if tors' primary concern will be in

that____. _isn't_n so.Although ,. a sufficient number of employeesare the above areas, they will also
nearer to impossible. But
they are literally interested in participating in review the following programs,
their and their Aviation
spirit was high daily briefing by the
crossing their fingers i and such a program. For immunization if time permits Equal Employ-
will to win Officer the orientation
strong. Safety cockpit -
knocking on wood when they two shots will be requiredat ment Opportunity for Minority
training the mainte-
THE FIRST AMERICAN to ,
make this statement, the facts least two weeks apart. The Groups; Status of Women, and
fire) his final 25 rounds Hef nance training program and all
was bear out their contention. The
shots will cost each employee Standards of Conduct.
fren. He broke all 25. Next other programs.
was squadron has logged an amazing -
from the $2.00 per shot. During the inspection, the inspectors -
Every man, nonflying -
Calhoun. He missed
one target, fotal of 8,000 accident free
"ground-pounders" to plane This is a strictly voluntary will, be available to receive -
dropping the U. S. lead to two- hcurs of flying time, while flying
commanders, literally eat safety program for the civilian employees from both employees and
the Russians.
up on Following. the twin-jet A3D-2P "Skywarrior" -
I with their meals.. "It's a part of this base. If you are in- representatives of recognized em-
was Rodale who also missed a .
of our daily diet," CDR Roemer terested in participating contact ployee organizations who desireto
target."I THIS IS COMPARED with the
said. the Employee Relations Division, meet with the inspectors dur-

had one target to play with," Navy-wide average of 3,800 fly- (Continued on Page 3, Col. 1)) extension 8652 or 8134. (Continued on Page 3, Col. 5)WKrMl )
for
recalls Pendergras of those tense ing hours between accidents

their type of aircraft. The group .. .. + ,., f r4iAlf aSy? NsY 9,H, }!+ YrNr}a r s?? xxy: : :
moments. "If I dropped a targetwe }r r'r+tar::!a ?<: as nryia ar? x l':Y.aa+o+ 4M. R : ;
would tie the Russians. If I effort that has made this .R+:'.::{:'x.:r.Sry .Hf .i..f.. ... .'; /. % S! /.Jf

achievement possible rates some !:i . .
,
win could the get all World 25 straight Championship we would," recognition, it was stated :%y'.ir.'<','. :y+..iK s.}r: x.4/d;. {} ..;,....y;.!;.f..t..:;;!%.:../lam/r?H.. yf.Y lrS rrfrf.:' ;,, ; : 5,!. x; S== y>*

he exclaimed.One The men of VAP-62 don't ;A f.f r .I
claim to have surpassed some '. :: x:f'::/.!: : ?'< .'':y.r:}far rr: Yf 'Sa: p)FYv f:
he
by one powdered the
record nor do they have a vague r. 3 b (kevy
(Continued on Page 5, CoL 1))
goal in mind. They just go from .. /Fr+./r};lk, j

day to day doing everything .,;/, / :
Navy Tells Dates f /i4''%;Y } ,
right-and doing it right the furl gat+?a ffi//f%
:
',: d;
frf'Yr.
s 4' S% k
first time tried.According :? ?+ lj : (.
: / jri'i' '' r':fr f //
For Feb. ExamsThe to Commander R.

F. Roemer, Commanding Officerof

Navy's mid-winter enlisted VAP-62, the spirit of perfec-

promotion examina- tion is instilled in every man in '

tions will be held during the the squadron. "This is what we 4

first and second full weeksin call 'command emphasis'," he >' r .4 E Yl. : 'w Y

February, 1963. said. :;

The CPO exam is sched- EMPHASIS IS
"COMMAND ,. ,
,
uled for Tuesday, February the driving force behind our .*i .4; ; t
5; the first class test, on r4C, S
good accident prevent program, _
Thursday, February 7. and our high state of opera- f
Exams for those who hope to :
tional readiness," he continued. UMBER 8.000-These four crew members logged number 8.000 representing that many
make E-5 will be given on "These two can never be sep- hours of flight time VAP-62 has recorded without a mishap. When their A3D-2P "Skywarrior"
Tuesday, February 12, while touched down at the Jacksonville Naval Air Station on Tuesday, October 11, 1962 with that
arated.
E-4 hopefuls will be tested achievement, on hand to greet the crew was the squadron skipper, CDR R. F. Roemer left).
Thursday, February 14. The emphasis on safety is The crew members are (L. to R.) LT John R. Pitman, ENS William W. Edwards, Tommy L,
made a part of the squadron Fountain, AT2 and ENS Leonard R. Econie. .



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JJUC AIR NEWS 1 November 1962


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IU Y r S Station Traffic Liberty vs Communism]


Violation Record

NAS, Jacktonvlllt

CAPT J. R. Compton ...."..............,......""..........."......"........ Commanding Officer Following is a report of
CDR Welter J. Schub ..........."............."".....".......".................. Executive Officer This is the last in a series taken from Ideas In Conflict Liberty -
Fleet Air Jacksonville NAB 6ND traffic violations for the per- and Communism (DOD Pam 3-11, published by the Directorate -

RADM Joseph M. Carton ..........................................................."... .Commander iod October 20 through Octo- for Armed Forces Information and Education, Departmentof

CAPT Vincent Casey ............................................."..................._. Chief of Staff ber 26.NUMBER. Defense.LABOR'S
RIGHT TO ORGANIZE BARGAINIn
Fleet Air Wing Eleven OF ACCIDENTSThis

CAPT Gilbert J. Frauenhelm ............................................................ Commander all democratic countries, workers have the right to i
CAPT Andrew H. Cowart .................................................... Chief Staff Officer week (period Oct. 20- organize in labor unions and to engage in collective bargaining
Naval Air Technical Training Unit 26)) ................................................3 hours -
CAPT Hartsel D. Allen ........................................................ Commanding Officer Total accidents this year with employees regarding wages, benefits and I

CDR Eugene F. Verdery ............................................................ Executive Officer conditions of labor.
Naval Hospital through Oct. 26 .........,..........220 IN ADDITION, LABOR UNIONS !

CAPT J. M. Hanner ................................................................ Commanding Officer Number of accidents throughOct. have the right to strike fend the rights of workers, close

CAPT Stephen H. Tolma ...................................._...................... Executive Officer 1961 .................,..............221 out work ; scrutiny of the new statue indi-
or carry a stoppage. I
Naval Air Reserve Unit
Training cates that under it "trade
unions"
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. ......................"............................ Commanding Officer NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE Finally, labor unions are as free I -
CDR William M. Miller .. ........................................................ Executive Officer LAST INJURY IN MOTOR from government control as are are not empowered to ne-
Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at no VEHICLE ACCIDENT32This cooperations and businessmen, in gotiate new labor conditions

expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958. week ............""."..".....33 some respects even more free. such as wage rates and produc-
Distributed weekly free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air tion before
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing Speeding ..............."............".9 In 1900 there were 2,565,000 Into force norms, but they come
have
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U. S. Naval Hospital. Going through stop sign .".4 workers in British trade unions, only the

LCDR Ralph D. McClure ........................ ... Service Information Officer Reckless driving .. .............4 and only 869,000 in American right to protest a violation of
Andrew H. Planey ........................ Aslsstant Service Information Officer !labor unions. After 1900 in the already established rules.
Other violations ................17 ,
Editor-Mae Spencer, JOlj Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone, J01 Staff- Thus it appears that even the
United States the American
Robert Dodds, SA; Ruth Anne Roberts, SA. Thirty-one drivers appeared ,
most "progressive" form of Sov-
Members of North Florida Industrial Editor Association and Southern and. International before the Traffic Hearing Federation of Labor and the

Councils of Industrial Editors. Board at the meeting held on United Mine Workers rapidly iet labor legislation still lags
The Jax Air New I II a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material increased their memberships.By far behind those principles and
October of
29. the
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing cerdit Is given. Photographs Disposition 1955 the AFL rights which workers and trade
unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs. cases included the following: represented unions in the free world have
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone Seven lost driving and park- 102 separate unions with over

extensions 8164, 656, 272, or 8161. ing privileges aboard the Sta- 10 million members; the CIO, long come to take for granted.

f 32 unions with 5.7 million mem-
tion, nine were assigned to a ,
bers. In that year the two fed- {
course in remedial driving In- ....'
erations united in the AFL- : '
SEAPOWEREditor's structions, 17 received warn- \ S
CIO. There were about two mil-
ings, eight were dismissed and 7
lion members of unions outsidethe
six were referred to their
( Note: This is the second in a series of articles on Sea- commanding officers for merger.IN .
pos-
power.) A DISCUSSION OF LABOR PROTESTANT
sible disciplinary action.
ANTISUBMARINE WARFAREIn .PROBLEMS, the Soviet 0830-Holy Communion, All
addition to those forces specifically assigned to the RIGHT AND WRONG legal writer N. G. Aleksandrov Saints' Chapel

ASW mission, almost all of the rest of the Navy contributes There are two ways of reveals that Soviet "trade unions" 0930-Naval Hospital Chapel

directly or indirectly to our efforts in this area. Our nuclear reacting to any situationtheright are rarely if ever consulted 0930-Service of Divine Wor-

attack submarines are invaluable not only because of their and the wrong way. on such important labor ship, All Saints' Chapel
to seek out submarines but also because There are two attitudes a per-
capability they
prcblems as wage scales, norms, 1100-Service of Divine Wor-
can provide us with the best posssible opposition in our con- son can have-the right or the labor legislation, housing leaves ship, All Saints' Chapel

stant endeavors to sharpen and polish our techniques. Our wrong attitude. Similarly, I

magnificent Polaris submarines have a potention for anti- there are two ways a person etc.In accordance with a decisionof CATHOLICSunday

submarine warfare, and in a general-war situation couldbe can drive a car; the right or the Communist Party Central

used for ASW missions after their missiles had been ex- the wrong way. A person's Committee of December 1956, 0630-Naval Hospital Chapel

pended. nature or make-up, it is true, 0900 & 1200-St. Edwards
.. "trade unions" were granted a
Even: our amphibious forces can have much influence on Chapel.
"major concession" in the formof
marine. At the present time we
can make a direct contributionby the way an individual operateshis Weekdays
do not see any prospect for attaining a new statute issued on Jan.
seizing and holding key areas vehicle. For this reason Monday Through Friday
this particular goal in 31, 1957, establishing a new pro-
on land vitally needed by the there are many contributoryfactors
the immediate future. But as cedure for reviewing labor dis- 0630-St. Edwards Chapel
enemy for his submarine opera- to the manner which 1615-King Hall.
we strive toward it, we will putes.
tions. And, should we become he exercises good or bad
acquire by products from our While it would seem on the Saturday
involved in a major conflict, our judgment while at the wheel.
efforts which will result in im- surface that at last Soviet 0900-King Hall
offensive operations would in Regardless of what the
provements of all the elements con- "trade unions" were truly em- Confessions are heard from
themselves greatly enhance our tributory factors be the
which make up the antisub- may powered to represent and de- 1900-2000 and before Masses.
purely defensive capabilities. old adage that "right is right,
marine warfare team. As
a con-
ALSO VERY MUCH IN OUR and wrong is wrong" holds
FAVOR is a factor sometmes sequence, the passing of each The individual '
true. who is
day will result in an improved
overlooked and one of tremen- capability to counter any threat willful and heedless of rightsof 'i\\\N\ \\

dous importance geography.Our posed on a potential enemy. others on the' highway, and

primary potential enemy, causes mishaps, accidents, and
Russia has limited exits through Submarines today pose a ma- needless suffering to others is O _
which its large submarine jor threat only in event of a \

can the reach seven the seas.wide Furthermore ranges fleet of, sia.direct We confrontation are fully capable with Rus-of reacting attitude, wrongly and driving, has a in wrong the i'O\ \ \ \

wrong manner.
they do not have allies possess-! handling all other possible sit-

ing ports and facilities whichcan I uations with the forces presently With the highways of our O

be effectively utilized by available to us. But if we do towns, cities, states, and na-

submarines.In become involved in war in tion crowded with vehicles

which the enemy does use his travelling in all directions, at ,
contrast we have limitations
no vast fleet of submarines and all different speeds, the drivers -

in reaching the seas and his missiles, the tremendous who exercise caution and O
do( have staunch allies whose e
strength of our sister servicesand thoughtfulness, who are alert
ports and facilities are to i;
open our allies also would be I to every situation that may
us and whose forces
own are brought to bear against him, I arise and are in constant con-
well versed in this form of
war- too. We accept the fact that trol of their vehicles, are the
fare and
can be counted
upon to missiles probably would scoreagainst drivers who are reacting in
assist
us greatly should
there
be need to seek out and us, but are fully confi the right way, with the proper .
destroy
dent that in the long run we attitude. These are the drivers
enemy submarines. Our
base for our Polaris operating sub-- once again would attain a decisive who keep the roads and high-

marines in the Holy Loch, victory. ways safe to travel upon.

Scotland, is a superb example, (From NAVY, the Magazine of Which driver are you?

of the assistance provided bone y SEAPOWER; July 1962).

of our allies in enabling us FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION

to make better of
use our own
ships. Thankfully, the Russiansdo Women Veterans

not have a Holy Lock any-
The
where in the world. Wanted For ParadeThe ing of monthly Branch 91 assembly, Fleet Reserve meet- UNSRf E

THE GOAL OF ALL THOSEin Association,. will be held tonight -

the Navy engaged in attempting Veteran's Day Parade (Thursday) at the Branch \ II I i

to perfect a fool-proof Committee of Jacksonville has 91 clubhouse, 8554 Roosevelt

defense against enemy sub- invited women veterans of the Blvd., starting at 2000. PASS

marines is, of course, a major Armed Services to participate i in The shipmates and friends of

scientific breakthrough which the Parade on Monday, Novem Branch 91 Past President Tom
would provide us a little "blacbox" Feaster are Invited to visit him
ber 12. Any women interestedmay
that would enable us to at Ward C-2, Naval Hospital.

immediately detect, identify, locate contact Nathan Mallison at Shipmate Feaster is recovering

and destroy an enemy sub EL 45674. from a mild heart attack. "I have great extra-sensory perception for this sort of thing.

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CIVIL SERVICE ,;

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News In Review .



While the unionrecognitionaspects
allowed to in
answer charges
of the new program for
employee-management cooper- person or in writing, or both.

ation in Government have been Previously, they could answer
widely publicized and discussed only in writing.
two other features of the 4. NON.VETERANS now have
program of breadbasket importance the: right to a hearing before
to employees have drawn a CSC representative if they
comparatively little attention. appeal to the Commission and

TOP CONTROLLERS-Nint member of HAS Radar Air Traffic Control Center were These are a pair cf provisions request a hearing. Under pre-
awarded Air Traffic Control Specialist Certificates last Friday. October 19, by the Federal 'that significantly strengthen vious rules which permitted
Aviation Agency Academy. The Certificate were presented by CDR O. S. Braddock. Jr., RATCC appeals from non-preference
Officer to T. B. Hanley ACCM; William J. Hart ACls C. P. McNally, AC1 R. A. Ratchford ACli employee rights to appeal adverse employees only
R. G. Saner. AC2 and W. G. St. John AC2. Others receiving certificates but not available for the actions of their agencies. on procedural
photograph were: W. W. Most, ACC R. L. Mursinna AC1 and D. C. Camarigg. AC1. ONE ACCORDS TO NON. grounds, there was no right to
-- VETERANS substantially the a hearing although one could
VAP-62 same rights of appeal that only be granted by the Commission
(Continued from Page 1)) Flying Club Airlines Ticket Office veteran preference employeeshad office adjudicating the initial

Many other factors have gone in the past. appeal to the Commission.

into making their record possi- Starts Ground Provides Handy ServiceThe The other requires more uni- Executive Order 10987, com-
,ble. They leave nothing to luck. form handling of employee appeals mission to the order which established -
The squadron quality control Joint Airlines Military by their agencies. the plan for Em-
division is surpassed by none in TrainingAt Ticket Office here at NAS Jax The first gives new appeal ployee-Management Cooperation -
the Navy. This unit has been has processed airline reservationsand rights to some 800,000 nonveterans directed the Civil Service
awarded an "outstanding" rat- tickets for thousands of in the competitive ser- Commission to prepare and dis-
ing in the last two yearly Ad- the Jax Navy Flying Club's servicemen, dependents and civ- vice. The second benefits all tribute to all Federal agencies
ministrative-M ate ria 1 Inspec- meeting last Monday, October 29, ilians since it opened its doorsin employees in agencies that regulations which would pro-
tions. D. Pistulka from NAS Oper- February 1960. either had no system for internal vide for more uniformity in the

MOTIVATION IS ANOTHERKEY ations was the guest speaker.His Located in the TransportationOffice consideration of appeals, handling of employee appealsin

WORD in the VAP-62 Vo- lecture covered regulations in Bulding 13 at the Main or whose systems did not mea- the various agencies. These
cabulary, with the skipper doing concerning the various restrictedareas Gate the office represents all sure up to standards outlinedin regulations were distributed to
the spelling. The principal in ths section of Florida.He the scheduled, airlines and pro- new Civil Service Commis- Federal agencies in March, to
amplifiers of the word are the also discussed what laymencall vides services and informationon sion regulations The "new become effcetive July 1, 1962.

maintenance chiefs who conducta the "highways in the sky"; both official and personal look" in employee appeal rights THE NEW REGULATIONSwere

continuous program of shop This meeting was the first at travel. and procedures became effec- designed ((1)) to provide

training on the A3D-2P Sky which ground training was pre- Purchasing tickets from this tive on July 1, 1962. employees throughout the Fed-'
warrior and its components. sented to the members. Club office eliminates the congestionoften "ADVERSE ACTIONS" are eral service with certain basic

Another important factor is President H. B. Cring gave a incurred at the airport tick- discharge, suspension for more rights for a management review -
the flight crews-they are all rundown of the rules and regula- et counters. Civilians wishing to than 30 days, furlough withoutpay and reconsideration of adverse -
professionals of the highest and reduction in rank or decisions taken
or- tions governing flight operationsat utilize this service may park in at a lower -
der.Like Herlong Field where the club's the Main Gate parking area without compensation. level, and ((2)) to encourage
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any squadron flying the Piper Cub is hangered. entering the Station. Non-veterans gained four settlement of disputes within
Skywarrior, VAP-62 has had its ( distinct new rights under sec- the agencies and as near to the
share of things going wrong in Next week at 1900 at the club's The Joint Airlines Ticket Of- tion 14 of Executive: Order level of disagreement as possi-
the air. At times, a hazardous meeting place, Room 108 in fice is open Monday through Fri- 10988: ble.
Bldg. 168, the subject for ground day from 0800 until 1700. The adverse
sequence of events has started 1. They can now appeal They required agencies to
while airborne, but the flight training will be the basic prin- office may be contacted by call decisions: to the Civil Ser- give employees and representatives
crews have always been able to ciples of flight accompanied bya ing either Extension 8377 or EV vice Commission on the meritsof of employee organizations

do the right thing at the right movie. I 72811.LESSON the case; that is, do the facts an opportunity to comment on

time, thus preventing a possi- warrant the decision? Before their appeals systems, and on
ble accident. July 1, non-preference employees proposed future changes in
The process of always being could appeal to CSC onlyon 'I' them.
able to take corrective action at' the'grounds that procedural
the right time is developed and %7h.'3faYoSY requirements had been violated. Agenices were further required -
to publish their appeals
stressed continuously by the +c''' ik 2. Agencies must now give
systems, and make them avail-
use of'an A3D version cockpit non-veterans 30 full days' advance -
able to employees and their
orientation trainer in which written notice of the
representatives.
each crewmember has to deal proposed adverse action. The
with simulated emergencies.EACH ; =YYA; : zY> notice must set forth any and

MAN MUST KNOW i all reasons, specifically and in CDR Maulden

the aircraft completely and be :; S detail, for the proposed adverse
more familiar with it than he is action. Before July 1, non-pre- 'NewVA-176CO
with the palm of his hand. In '! ference employees could be

order to get this program on a givenless than 30 days' no- Command of Attack Squadron

paying basis, the lax crewmem- tice. 176 changed hands at the Jack-
ber is hit right where it hurtsin /. 3. Non-veterans must now be sonville Naval Air Station

his pocketbook.Short I Monday when Commander
classes are held each Hcyt P. Maulden relieved Com-
ClassifiedFOR
day for erewnembers, and each mander Bernard B. Forbes. '

man has to answer at least one > RENT CDR Maulden, a native of
regarding acci- \ Atlantic Beach-Furn. 2-bdrm. house, Lakeland Fla.
question a day / was formerly
dent prevention. His name is ) $100 West per Jacktonvillt-Furn.mo.j EV 9-4594 3-bdrm. house, executive officer of Attack

picked by the spinning of a $75 per mo. EV 9-4594- Squadron 35, also based here.
wheel with earh crewmember's West Jacksonville-2bdrmhouse, CDR Forbes, of Sparks, Md.,
name ''on it. q's. forn., $75 per mo.; EV 94595. will take up new duties as air
THE PENALTY FOR MISS- Ukeihore-Unfurrv 3bdrm. house, $90 department officer of the car-
me. EV 95954. ,
ING the question is a one dol- per Garage; Apt.-Furn' EV 7-3405 or Ext. rier USS Franklin D. Roose-
lar contribution to the squadron 332 (Wilson). velt.
coffee mess. The Aviation Post Street-Furn. Apt., $75 per mo.;
Safety Officer then follows up EL 66301.

the question with a short dis- t -
cussion of the system.It J InspectionContinued
rxc
has been about two and a
( from Page 1))
half years, 3,000 flying hours ing the week of November 5th

and four deployments overseas *::c21 should notify the Employee Rela-
since VAP-6* last had an ac-
tions Superintendent, Building
.
cident-major or minor.In !r/I. 907, extension 420, either by mem*
where a man'sfirst rsYfc
a profession j '
orandum or telephone. Arrange-
mistake is usually his last, I
< .., ments for a meeting with the inspectors -
of
VAP-62 has taken error out
"'" I will be completed by the
human nature. IN SURVIVAL World famous Ross Allen. Employee Relations Superintendent. -
Anyone doubting this: should whose reptile Institute is located at Silver Springs, Fla., gave I
.
drop by CDR Roemer's office a special lesson of how to survive in a snake Infested area Fri- Employees and representa-
and carefuiy check his copy of day afternoon to the assembled officers and men of Attack tives of employee organizationswill
Webster's Dictionary. In the Squadron 4.4 VA-44 trains an average of 150 Navy pilots each be notified of the date,
year for carrier duty and the squadron maintains an intensive time and place of the meeting
the definition of er- .
"E" Section survival training program in case pilots are downed. Here Ross
ror has ben carefully, inked Allen shows the business end of the deadly rattlesnake to his after the arrival of the inspec-
out. awed audience. tors. CDR MAULDEN


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Parson '62' Dispensary Win Ties Up


lAX AIR SPORTS lax City

NEWSAF679th Skeet ChampRecent I American Volleyball League

As of Monday it was all tied up in the American Leaguerace
skeet shooting competition of IM Volleyball. Dispensary downed the netmen of the
finds Dr. Richard Parsons I Boat Branch placing the victors on an even par with VA-44.

Sets Sights On of NATTU holding title as the, I THE CORPSMEN WON the im-
Jacksonville City Gun Club I I portant match taking the first
Skeet Champion. following the two of a three-game series. In I Jax Navy
Gridiron ChampionshipAF679th tournament matches held there thcfirst game it looked as I

l last Sunday, October 28. though the Branchmen were Team
gained another step toward becoming the 1962 The NAS Jax shooter broke favored as they ended the first Boxing

National League champs of IM Touch Football as they 98 out of 100 targets, a score half leading by 11 to 6. How-
downed Admin 18-2 last Monday on the Stadium gridiron which was tied by a local ever, the Dispensary squad rallied Being FormedPersonnel

field. shooter, Bill Ragsdale. This necessitated in the second half taking
The win netted for the Air- a shoot-off in which nine straight points to finish interested in tryingout
Parsons defeated his contender 1511. for the Jax Navy Boxing
their sixth straight victory
men NARTU Only Team invited to attend the
are
.
25 to 23.Skeetman
and evened-up Admin's record, The second game took"on a
33. Herb Rupp of VA- similar reflection as* the Boat daily work-out sessions at the

Kegler Team 44 won the class "A" Championship Branch team took an early lead Mainside gym, Bldg. 3, Monday
IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE with a 96 out of 100 only to be surpassed by the through Friday at 1600.

GAME the Air Force squad To Move UpA while another Navy shooter, Corpsmen who lead the close There will be io weight
scored two touchdown's with Dick Lehman of Cecil Field, contest 14-11 when the maxi-I groups with two classes, the
Clifton Albright and Lee Worley class "C" title with a
took the
wrap up of last week's IM mum eight-minute p e Novice for the non-experienced
doing the honors. This was followed Bowling shows that the top 91 out of 100.Three. buzzer sounded to end the boxers and the Open Class for

in the third quarter with teams stayed in the same posi- game. boxers over 21 years of age who
Bill Hougard, half back, running tions as the week before with NEXT WEEK BEGINNING have had tournatment experience. -
20 yards around left end to
one exception. NARTU moved JaxSkippers ON MONDAY the lead for the .
score six more. .into the top kegler spot in the American League may take' on a
Trainer will be
Ray Paquette
Near the end of the game, Ad National League. difference appearance when Dis-
min's quarterback, James Wilson ]- The Cougars of VA-44 and the Go pensary, holding a 3-0 record on hand for any assistance or
help that the boxers might needor
threw a downfield pass Owl Hoots of VP-30 are both meets with O&R which' holds a
which i was intercepted by tied for the top spot in the Con- 2-0 record. Facing O&R from the he can be contacted by calling
Ext. 415.'
AF679th's right end, George tinental League with 25 wins and To Sailoffs Dispensary squad will be Jim
Hoke. In an attempt to gain open 11. losses. Doyle (team captain), Kermit Once established the team will
ground Hoke circled back behind NARTU is leading over the compete in local Jacksonville
Parson Ken Mac Me-
Three Jax Navy Sailing Club McCauley,
the goal line where he was Bandits of Supply by two games tournaments including the Flor-
in the National with skippers, accumulated enough Guckin, James Corp, Earl Miller ida December
tagged by Admin's Henry Bry- League a AAU tourney on
ant, thus giving the Admin'erstheir 26 and 10 record.In points in past Regatta's to enable Donald Leggett and E. Len- 5-6-7. Another boxing bout that
only score of the game. the American League the them to participate in the final ard. coming' up in the near future is
Seabees still lead by three games Sailoffs at the Florida Yacht Following are the top five the All Navy match.
results of the five
The top Club on Saturday and Sunday
with 31 wins and 12 losses.
teams in the American and Na-
teams in the National and American November 1011. They are
Leagues of Intramural Touch George Monthan, Bill Hopkinsand tional Leagues of Intramural
Teams Asked
To
Football are as follows: Basketball! MeetingTo Erick Honour.In Volleyball.

NATIONAL LEAGUE Be Held Nov. 7 last Saturday's race on the AMERICAN LEAGUE Make-Up GamesThere
St. Johns River, Monthan tied in
Ttam Wins Lo.... Teams Wins Lo....
Class but had enough
the Open
AF679th 6 0 An organizational meeting for VA-44 ............................ 3 0 have been a number of
backup points to win his class
NARTU 6 1 IM Basketball will be held Wed Dispensary .................... 3 0 postponements i n Intramural
total of Vi points.In .
by a
VP-7 4 3 nesday, November 7, in the Ath- If o & ..,....................... 2 0 sports due to the deployment of

Admin 3 3 letic Office at 0930. the Cruiser Class, Bill Hop VA-3S ............................ 1 0 some teams.
A/C AAalnt 2 4 All units and activities are Invited kins,', skipper of the NAS Whale- Vp.S :........................... 1 1 All commands that have post-
to have a' representativeattend boat named the "Ichi Bon", won
NATIONAL LEAGUE in the asked .
AMERICAN LEAGUE poned games past are
the Rules and
meeting. an easy victory in the Cruiser
Ttim Wins LOI... regulations will be discussed at T.anss Wins Losses to set a make-up date in the
VA-44 4 0Marines the gathering. Class by having a 14 point lead. NARTU "A" .......... .......... ... 2 0 near future with Athletic Direc-

Many players are already VP-30 ..,.....,....,......... 2 0
5 1 prac- Eric Honour, skipper of the tor Frank McCaffrey. His office
ticing for the coming Admin .. .. ... ......... 1 0
Hospital 5 1 which is expected to' start season November Sunfish No.; 1, captured the Sun- DVee .,. ..,. ..... ... ....,.. 1 1 I is located in Bldg.. The phone
VA-35
3 3
19. fish Class with 18% points. NARTU "8" '.............,. 1 2 number is Ext. 585.
V-18 1 2
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Pickers' Selections : y"


End In Two EvenIn I /t mI

y.
the sixth week of Pigskin Picks all of the pickersdid ') '- '

well, although ending in two ties. The winning tie was 4<
between the Athletic Director Frank McCaffery and the 4

Sports Writer with only four misses out of the fifteen picks. '5 4
Guest picker John Trible and the Editors tied for second < (

missing only five of their gridiron selections.
< <
vt.
This week Master Sergeant C. M. Akey of MARTD is .4 -v
the Guest Picker. Games for the coming week are: Air 4 n<

Force-Wyoming, Arizona State-Utah State, California- <<< '<< \< ...< < ,.< 4<<<>. < < ;4 : i<
<
UCLA, Brown-Princeton, Duke-Georgia Tech, Florida State- -& .
<::4 ,:, <<<< <
Houston, Illinois-Purdue, Harvard-Pennsylvania, Iowa-Ohio :1
State, Maryland-Penn State, LSU-Mississippi, NavyNotreDame <44'n. '
Minnesota-Michigan: State, Pittsburg-Syracuse, and 55S :
Oregon State-Washington State.

AKEY EDITORS MAC DODDSAir

Air Force Air Force Air Force Force :
Utah State Ariz. State tJtah State' Ariz. State
UCLAPrinceton UCLAPrinceton UCLA UCLA
Princeton Princeton
.
Duke Ga. Tech Ga. Tech Duke
Houston Fl. St. Fla. St. Fla. St.
Purdue f PurduePa. PurdueHarvard PurdueHarvard DOWN TO EARTH AIRMEN-Billy E. Brock (left), ABF3 of Patrol Squadron 18 and Robert
E. Lewis ABH2 of Patrol Sqaudion 30 are two racing enthusiasts who have over a dozen
Pa.Ohio trophies between them to prove their success at local speedways. Brock driving his powerglide
Ohio St. Iowa Ohio St. St. 1958 Chevy Belair. has won seven trophies at the Thunderbolt Raceway located south of NAS.
Penn St. Penn St. Penn St. Penn St. His average speed for the quarter mile is 81 to 84 miles per hour with an elapsed time of 17
Miss. LSU lSU LSU seconds. Lewis drives a power.packed 1959 Chevy convertible dubbed "The Red Slipper". Witha
Notre Dame Navy ,Navy Navy Corvette floor shift, Lewis' car averaged between 84 and 87 miles per hour in 16 seconds.
Minn. Mich. St. Mich. St. Mich. St. This swiftness has earned him five trophies from the Thunderbolt track and two from the
Pittiburg PittsburgOregon SyracuseWash. SyracuseOregon Buccaneer Drag Strip at Fernandina Beach. Both cars carry 283 cubic inch engines which develop
St.. St. St. Wa.h. St. 230 horsepower.Page' .


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What Is It?



x To the average public, seeing our Navy planes in flight is only a surface vision, but ,
'
to the airman mechanic who observes the thrust of those swift steel birds he visualizes '

each functional moving part with x-ray perception. In other words, he 'knows' what i: ._

keeps 'em flying. To gain this knowledgeNavy airmen attend the world's finest mili ",: ,_

..":':.::1::;>" tary mechanical schools, seven of which arelocated at the Naval Air Station, Jacksonvi

','.i fSW. { } ,$:r vile, making up Jax NAMTG Naval AirMaintenance Training Group.

,. :r:; :' : mf mwmnn v.,"""""" i ." i sam NAMTG'S MISSION HERE at _... _..._ ....
NAS is to provide specialized d
maintenance training to fleet
aviation personnel of both the
Navy and Marine Corps.
After a man has gained abroad
and general knowledge al
the basic aviation schools, it I is 1' ib"
NAMTG's job to accept these
individuals and give to them <' } _

the highly specialized knowledge

necessary to operate, maintain
and repair specific aircraft and

equipment. This complex responsibility -
is accomplished bj;
means of training detachments
which are sent out from the V
central headquarters of Naval

t>' Air Technical Training at Memphis -
Tenn. These detachments
are spanned throughout the

U- S. and on occasion to locations:

a overseas.
:
a NAX Jax is one of 25 major
Naval and Marine Corps Air
Stations providing this specialized

N training through Naval;
<":f. Air Maintenance Training De
'fV.
.. $ tachments. .
.. ... ...........f :N_ OYv.. local
HEADING THE SEVEN RADIACMETER MONITORING used in ABC warfare is
OinC OF NAMTG-LCDR R. MI Kingsley (upper photo) detachment here as NAS is Lieu performed by Dennis Herey, ATI, (upper photo) on Ralph
reviews Group Training Manual with Leading Chief W. A. Lind Jacobs, ATN3, both of VA-46, while instructor George Daniels,
tenant Commander R- M. Kings-
ATC. (CenterThe) inside works of studied by
a jet engine are DCC, gives the pair valuable ABC pointers. Maintenance on
P, D. Aikman AA of VA-36, Cecil Field, and Jesse Lassiter. ley. Under his direction, 38 jet engines is an actuality shown in above photo as Jim Wade,
ADJ1 of the Jax Group. Instructor is M. H- Kent, ADJC. (Below highly, qualified instructors pro ADJ2 (foreground) of VA-106, Cecil Field) Herbert Shoxuya.
) Marine Instructor SGT Arnold Wilkening (left) gives students vide the training for fleet main- ADJ2 and Jim Clark, ADR3 (nearest' engine), both of NAS
Lloyd Kanesater, A02 (center) and Otis Robbins, A02 of
tenance personnel in this area. Glynco, Ga.. remove the heat shield under the supervision of
VA-44, refresher training on the 20mm guns used on A4D' instructor A. B. Blache, ADJC.
aircraft. Each of these instructors have
attended schools at factories Deig, ADCS; the Martin-Baker roving detachments.In .
which manufacture Naval Air ejection seat supervised by J. T. the last year, Jax detach-

equipment.In Miller, AMHC; and Biologicaland ments have trained more than
addition, latest mainte- Chemical Warfare Defense 8750 personnel of the Navy,
nance techniques are provided (ABC) with G. W. Daniels, Marine Corps and Air Force.
the detachments by factory re- DCC in charge. The knowledgeof This figure also includes civil-
presentatives.Those the Sparrow III missile test ian trainees who work in fed-
planes and equipmentswhich set equipment used by Naval eral overhaul departments anda
trainees study here include aircraft is under the directionof number of Royal Netherland
the AD-5 and 6 attack air- J.M.S. Beaugh, ATC. Navymen.
craft under the direction of T. BESIDES SPECIALIZED Maintenance has become one

C. Millar, AECS; the P2V-5 and MAINTENANCE courses, of the most important factorsin
7 patrol bombers under the sup- NAMTG also provides funda- the military establishmentsince
ervision of R. J. Ruyle, AOCS; mental training in such related automatic and complex

the A4D-2, 2Ns and 5 attack subjects as jet and reciprocating weapons systems require highly
aircraft with L. Turnage, ATCSin armaments skilled and superbly trained
engines, hydraulics, ,
charge; the J-65 jet engine and ordnance, electricity, elec- I technicians to keep them oper-
under the direction of C. M. ating. Jacksonville's Naval Air
tronics, mathematics, transistors,
nance chief eliminated me from and aviation safety equipment.To Maintenance Training Group,
and
v through its widespread
LL\ r n the team telling me I'd never help minimize loss of time unique organization, brings to
make a skeet shooter" and man power in operating our Navy's aviation technicians

THIS ACTION LED THE. squadrons, often the latest the type of (raining which they
CHIEF to other skeetteaching I maintenance techniques are pre- can amply exercise on today's
sented to units 'on the spot' by
sources at NAS and after a ultra-modern, supersonic air-

number of week's practice, found ,. since 1954. craft and 'keep 'em flying'.
team
every year
him second to none on the sta-

with a perfect 200 out of 200. An- tion, including the ordnance chief Unofficially, it has been pre-
PendergrasContinued other Russian took second witha who said he'd never make it. dicted that the Cairo Championship BluejacketsInn
team will represent the
( from Page 1)) 198. Third place was tied be- Since then, 1950, Pendergrashas Pan
United States in the 1963
tween Pendergras and Heffren, traveled the globe. He placed
clay targets dispite the strong American Games at San Paulo,
cross-wind which sent the flying both with scores of 197. second individually at the 1954 Brazil, next April 20th. From Doin'sThursday

objects erratically through the Although the Americans didn'tdo World matches in Caracus, Vene- there very possibly the team November 1

air. At last the final target was as well individually, Pender- zuela; won the individual 1955 members will go to the 1964 Dancing-Carl Boyd and the
released. Pendergras aimed i gras pointed out that the enthusiasm Olympic Game honors in Mexico Olympic Games in Tokyo.On Rhythm Kings 2000-2400.
fired, and the deciding target of the Americans and the I City; carried home the U. S. National -
Contest Carl Boyd,
February 9th of this year Dancing -.
shattered in mid-air. This sent Cairo crowd was focused on the I Championship in 1956;
the crowd of over 600 spectators i outcome of the team efforts. It represented the U. S. in 1958 in Chief Pendergars retired from MC, 2200. November 2
Naval service. However, on May Friday
flooding down upon the firing line was in this category the United Moscow, Russia, placing fourth; active Dancing-Paul Ferguson and
24th he was recalled to
fired in the 1959 Pan American
triumphant States excelled.
completely engulfing a
duty to set up the Navy's International the Dreamers 2100-0100.
third and
Game matches placing ,
American team and its hero Skeet shooting has been a part Skeet Program, possiblyhere Saturday, November 3
member of that year's
of the day-Nayman Pendergras. of Chief Pendergras' life for the was a 2100-0100.
championship team. More recently at NAS, similar to those of Dancing-Phil Kay
FOR THEIR INTERNATIONAL past 12 years. His debut into the in 1961, he represented the the Army Air Force and Marine Sunday November 4

SUCCESS, the victors re- sport, however, was proclaimedas U. S. in Oslo, Norway, where he Corps, and to be the Navy's skeet Dancing and Talent Show-
ceived Olympic Gold Medals and failure. Carl Boyd and the Rhythm Kings
I placed fifth. As a result of these shooting representative.Indeed .
world-wide acclaim for their endeavors "Back in 1949, while stationed 600 med- 1400-1800.
winnings, over trophies, honor to be bestowed
here at NAS Jax with NARTU," als and plaques fill the Navy- an Tuesday, November 6
The following day found the says Pendergras, "I tried out for man's trophy room Further, he upon an individual once told he Happy Hour 1700-1800.

shooters firing for individual hon- : the Unit's skeet team. After the is the only shooter in the U. S. would never make a competitive Wednesday November 7

ors. Here, a Russian took first second day of shooting the ord- to make the international skeet shooter. Game Night 2000.'I .






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'R 10' Club NewsFriday

: a..vy"JIY; \ :\ $ !

j : November 2
}'neri St. Johns Room-NAS Wives

Coffee-1000.
Southeast Regional Vice-Presi- '4 Luncheon 1115-1345.

dent Pearl Smith was honored 3.;i' pro, M1 Happy Hour 1330-1800.
a.xj
by Jax #86 on Wednesday ata o Dinner 1800-2130.
farewell luncheon at the Dancing in Cocktail Lounge
Dewey Park Clubhouse. Mrs. with Kay Ryan Trio 1800-2400

Smith was presented with a silver Saturday November 3
serving dish by PresidentNan Luncheon 1115-1345.
Wernet. Monica Jones was Happy Hour 1530-1800.
Chairman for the afternoon. Dinner 1800-2130.

Saturday evening members ''. Stars and Bars 1700-1930.
guests attended a Halloween Dancing in Dining Room with
party at the clubhouse. Prize Johnny Jelinek 2030-2430.

for the best costume was won Sunday November 4

by Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Weston. s Brunch 1115-1345-
Chairman for the evening was Dinner 1800-2100.

Val Forest. Dancing in Cocktail Lounge
There will be a business meet- : \q" with Doe Ray Me Trio 1900-
ing at the clubhouse on Novem- 2300.
ber 7th at 1930. All wives of
HOME WITH HONORS from the National Convention which was held in Seattle Wash. Monday, November 5
enlisted men are invited. are these local Navy Wives' Club No. 86 members. Mrs, Nan Wernet (on right) holds the Silver Luncheon 1115-1345.
Trophy the club received from NWCA for the second place award for points. These points are Happy Hour 1530-1800.
earned by the members for their help to neighbors, church and community. Looking on (L. to
TV To FeatureFighting'E'Story R.) are Mrs. Ruth Skapyak. who was appointed National Public Relations Chairman for 1963 Dinner 1800-2100.
and Mrs. Pearl Smith, who was elected to the National Board of Officers as Southeast RegionalVice Game Night 2030.

President. Tuesday, November 6


hour The documentary Fighting "E", program a half- c S Voters GovernedBy NFO Gives Bridge Luncheon. Johns 1230. 11151345.St. Room-All. Wives

about the USS Enterprize
(CV-6)) of WWII and the USS BAQ Info Happy Hour 1530-1800.

Enterprise (CVAN-65) of to- Hatch Act Dinner 18002100.St. .
.
Regs
day's fleet, will be shown Question What do I have to Johns Room Duplicate

over CBS-TV on Sunday, No- do to make sure I get this new Bridge 2000. -
vember 18. (First in the Series) raite? Wednesday, November 7

The CBS-TV news docu- GENERAL RESTRICTIONS Answer If you are an E-4 Luncheon 1115-1345.

mentary series, "The Twen- Specifically, an employee cov-, in partisan political campaigns.In (over four years service) or Walnut Room-VF-174 Wives
tieth Century," will be nar- ered by the Hatch Act cannotrun connection with Federal em- above, you must complete a Dependency Cocktail-Luncheon Party 1200.
rated by Walter Cronkite.The for any office as a partisan ployees' right to vote, the Com- Certificate (NavComptForm Happy Hour 1530-1800.

U.S. Navy extended cooperation candidate or campaigning for any mission emphasizes that political 2040 or 2040-1)). You will Dinner 1800-2100.

to CBS in the pro- partisan candidate or engage in activity restrictions do not relieve be personally contacted by yourpersonnel Thursday, November 8
duction of this i broadcast, any partisan political manage- employees of their obliga- office and given instructions Luncheon 1115-1345
which will be seen locally on ment. By partisan candidate is tion as citizens to inform them- on how to fill the form Oriental Room-Dental Offi-

Channel 4 (WJXT) at 1800. meant one representing a Na- selves of the issues and to reg- out correctly. In addition to information cers Luncheon 1200.

tional or State political party ister and vote.Question concerning your dependents St. Johns Room-VAP-62 Wives

such as the Democratic or Re- : ''Is it possible for a you will indicate the Cocktail-Luncheon 1200.
Movie GuideMovies publican Party. He may not run Federal employee to run for public amount of any "D" allotment thai Happy Hour 1530-1800.

for office, even as an independent office on a partisan party you want registered. Again, thereare Dinner 1800-2100.
will be shown regularly in an election in which par- ticket? no longer any requirementsthat

at 1900 on Monday through tisan political designations are Answer No. Federal em- you have any type of allot "They say brunettes have

Saturday; at 1400 and 1900 on used, unless he lives in one of ployees cannot be candidates for ment to your dependents to be sweeter dispositions than red-

Sunday, at the Mainside and the communities to which the any National, State, county, or entitled to BAQ. heads."
NATTU Theaters and at 1900 Civil Service Commission has municipal office filled in partisan If you are an E-4 (four yearsor "That's a lot of hooey. My

only on Sunday at the Hospital given partial exemption in con- elections. They may run for local less service) and below and wife's been both and I can'tsee

Theater. These times are subjectto nection with his local govern- office only in elections that are are presently drawing BAQ for any difference."
change. dependents will automatically
ment. : nonpartisan; that is, where all you Question: What happens to
Thursday, November 1 be credited with the new'
Mainside-Invasion Quartet. Question Does the Hatch Act the candidates appear on the ballot amounts without submitting the "Q" allotment of an E-3 (over
apply to part-time Government four years service) or an E-3
without partisan
NATTUnit-Poe's Tales of Ter- party desig Dependency Certificate.
employees who have no regular (four years or less service) when
ror. nation such as Democratic or Re Question: What is the purposeof
tours of duty? they are promoted to the next
Hospital-Two Tickets To Par- publican. the Dependency Certificateand
is. Answer Yes, it applies to themon how often is it submitted? pay grade?
Question May a Federal em Answer: He must submit
Friday, November 2 any day they perform work Answer The Dependency Cer a De-
Mainside-Sword Of The Con- for the government, and this includes ployee serve as an election offi tificate will be used by all E-4 pendency Certificate upon promotion -
the entire 24-hour periodof ? so that he can continue to
cer ( four
queror. over years service) and
NATTUnit-Invasion Quartet. any day worked. Answers Yes, provided that i in above to substantiate entitlement receive credit of BAQ. Also, he

Hospital-Poe's Tales of Terror Question What employees are doing so he discharges the dutiesof to credit of BAQ for dependents must to come to the Disbursing Office
sign
an allotment
prohibited by the Hatch Act from After the initial application, it authori
the office from an impartial 1 zation to stop his
Saturday, November 3 active participation in politics? must be submitted by October 1 present "Q"
Mainside Saskatchewan. Answer manner prescribed by Stafe or of each unless allotment.
: Employees of the executive year ( occupying
NATTUnit-S word Of The branch of the Federal local law, except that he may not government quarters), when thereis Question I am presently liv-
ing in
Conqueror. Government and the Governmentof become a candidate for such office a change in dependency that government quarters and
am not receiving
Hospital-Invasion Quartet. the District of Columbia, including in a partisan election. affects entitlement, and upon as tion should I take BAQ.? What ac-
Sunday, November 4 temporary and part- signment and termination of as
Mainside-Gidget Goes Haw time employees. The political ac- signment to government quarters is Answer No action of any kind
required on your part at this
aiian.. tivity of employees of any Stateor Question: I am presently send time.

NATTUnitSaskatchewan.HospitalSword local agency whose principal ing a "Q" allotment to my, ex- I Questions What
Of The Con employment is in connection happens when
witha
wife for support of our two chil- I vacate
government
queror. Federally-financed activity i is dren. Should I register a "D" Answer If quarters?
Monday, November 5 also restricted. allotment you are an E-4 (over
?
Mainside Twenty ThousandEyes. Question What is the penaltyfor Answers now Although E-4 ( four must years submit service) and above your
a Dependency Certificate

/ violation of the Hatch Act ir : : four years service) and above are to reinstate entitlement to
NATTUnit-Gidget Goes Haw c
by a Federal employee?
not
aiian. required to have a "D" allotment BAQ. If you are an E-4 (four
Hospital-Saskatchewan., Answer The most severe pen- i it would be advisable i in years or less service) and below
alty,for violation is removal. The TOP HONORS"Bluejacketof this case to register one. If not you must re-register "Q"
Tuesday, November 6 your
minimum penalty is suspension the Month" and "Outstand you will have to submit receipts allotment- -
Mainside-Make Way For Lila ing Plane Captain of theMonth"
without for 90 each with
pay days. year your dependency
NATTUnit-Twenty Thousand honors have been award Although it is realized that
Eyes. Question Please explain for ed to W. E. Yates (left) AME2 certificate in order to furnish these questions and answers have

Hospital-Gidget Goes Hawai employees affected by the HatchAct and W. E. Bricker AM3, re- proof of support. not covered all facts of the new
ian. just what their responsibilities spectively, by Attack Squadron Question: How about members regulations, they do cover most

Wednesday, November 7 and rights are under the act 44.his Yates ability was to commendedfor accomplish who have changes in marital or of the main points. If you require -

Mainside-All The Young Men Answer: They have the rightto any task he is assigned and dependency status before January additional information, you
NATTUnit-Make Way For vote and to express their political for his outstanding professional 1, 1963? may either check with your own
Lila. opinions, but are forbid ability. Bricker was cited for Answer These members will personnel officer (which is well
den to take an active in reliability and his willingness continue under the rules informed these
Hospital-Twenty Thousand I I part to apply himself wholeheartedly present on procedures) or
Eyes. partisan political management or to any assigned task. concerning "Q" allotments. call the Navy Finance Office.





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