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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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January 17, 1957


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iL: : NAS Supply Operates New Transceiver

'I Linked With ASO On Southern Circuit

I At 1700 one day last week, ing proper frequency. When all headphone. "Don't worry," Alma
was in order, she inserted a cardin told her. "Everyone is making{
Barnes in
the machine which, as the mistakes right now."

_': the Supply Department's Ma- necessary 1 information was Dy everyone, Alma meant the

chine Records Division, sat punched, was simultaneously re- other supply activities of naval

down somewhat nervously before produced in the Philadelphia of air stations on the four circuitsof

a compact electronics fice. the overall network. NAS

transceiver to send the first ALTHOUGH IT WAS the first Jacksonville is on tho Southern

requisition for aviation mate- time Nadine had actually operated Circuit, the first to be connectedon
rial to the Aviation Supply the equipment' she was it, although NAS Pensacolaand

Office in Philadelphia. not entirely alone. "Alma," a NAS Corpus Christi are by

Adjusting the headphone, she Philadelphia employee, was righton now connected. Temporarily on
Y u kept her eyes on a panel flashing hand directing, correcting er- it also is NAS Norfolk, which

green and red lights to indicate rors and offering advice over the rightfully belongs on another
whether she should proceed or direct telephone line, her words circuit. MCAS Cherry Point soon
_ .. ....... :will the Southern circuit.
'" ".V" '' '" 'Y' T'-'''''' stop, and a yellow light indicat- heard distinctly through thej'ItliJi join

- Nadine Barnes of Supply --==
Department gets instructionsfrom = activities at NAS Quonset Point
Aviation Supply Office (the first of all to join the net
on operation of newly Installed work), NAS North Island, NAS
electronics transceiverover Alameda and the Aviation Sup
direct telephone line as
Capt. James J. McKInstry, Jt1X ) ply Depot in Oakland, Calif.,
Supply Officer, examines will all bo linked with ASO,
punch card on which requisi sending and receiving instantane.
tions are sent and received instantaneously .
in already
between NAS ous requisitions a system
Jaz: and the Philadelphia acti- tried out and proved as a
vity. VoM4 No. 41 U S. N. A S. Jacksonville. Fla. 17 January time and money saver by tho,

(Please turn to Page 8, Col. 3)
Capt. Moore

New At CenterCapt. Skipper New Fund Raising'System RevealedI-I Ij

Charles L. Moore Jr. i. 1vs

assumed command of the 4,- S 'True Voluntary Giving'Key
000 personnel at the Naval j<

ter Air last Technical Saturday Training during Cen a. ';$ L': ; > Phrase Of Program .

change of command ceremonyand .. ,
regimental review. \ \ k.. The "one-package" charity fund drive, such as has been
lie relieved Comdr. Wilfred E. '.' conducted by Naval commands in the local area for the past

Fleshman, who resumed dutiesas several years, is automatically ended now that President
executive officer.A Eisenhower has approved a new program "for true voluntary

VETERAN NAVY pilot with giving."

two Distinguished Flying Crosses The program directs that fund from 10 participating command
and an Air Medal, Captain Moore raising within the Federal service donating.The .
reported here from the aircraft will be restricted to not more
carrier USS Cape Esperance than three solicitation periods: new government-wide pro.
where he also was commanding. (1) American Red Cross;? ((2)) gram sets up an equitable plan
officer. Community Chest-United Fund; for everyone in federal service to

During World War II, while and ((3)) national health organiza I make contributions to charity
commanding officer of Fighter tions recognized by the Presi- based on personal wishes.

Squadron 41 aboard the USS dent's committee on fund raising. All fund drives will be con

Ranger, he participated in a A Where a United Fund serves the ducted along the same pattern.
strike on Dodo, Norway, north of needs of all these agencies, a The goals will be 100 percent par..
the Arctic Circle. single campaign is permitted, but ticipation and the appeals will bo
WHILE ABOARD the aircraft only then. made on an impersonal basis.

carrier USS San Jacinto with { ALL CAMPAIGNS will be NO METHODS contrary to tho
Fast Carrier Task Force 53, he L conducted within certain desig- principles of "true voluntary
READS ORDERS Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr. reads his giving" will be permitted and
took part in battles from Ulithito nated periods, with two addi
orders before assembled sailors and marines as he took over command
Okinawa including the first last Saturday at Naval Air Technical Training Center. LeftIs tional organizations, Crusade for solicitations will be based on ,
and second Philippine Island en- Comdr. Wilfred Fleshman, executive officer. Right is Comdr. Freedom and CARE, Inc., conducting "one's fair share" Furthermore, '
gagements. Marlon Stephenson, NATTCenter senior chaplain. theirs concurrently within no competition between units on

'No stranger to the South, he the period designated for the a dollar-basis will be allowed,

has had tours of duty at Pensa- EM Volunteer For 3 national health organizations.In (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 1)

cola Miami, Daytona Beach, and May the past, locally based Naval
formerly commanded Darin Fieldat commands have raised funds for

Foley, Afa. charity either through an annual WEN OFANNAPOLLS'SERIES

Captain Moore, a native of.. Nuclear Training CoursesThree carnival, or more recently, by so- NOW I ON TV .
Millidgeville, Ga., attended Geor licitation via the one-package an-
A stirring new television
gia Military College and was nual fund drive. With proceeds
graduated from the Naval Acad- nuclear power programs are now available to enlisted pre-tagged for the local Com serIes entitled "Men of Anna-
emy in '33.NAS personnel as volunteers for training and duty in this new and wide munity Chest-United Fund and polis" is being televized locally
Sunday at 1730 via WM-
open field. Navy Relief, those national health every
BR-TV (Channel 4)).
Dentists Give The three programs, each involving constitutions prevented by their
the Chief of Naval Personnel.
The U.S. Navy's presentation
approximately a year's constitutions from sharing in
45,659 Treatments training Nuclear Powered The second half, an operational such funds were automatically portraying the young men of
To 16,450 In '56 Submarines, NuclearPoweredShips nuclear power course,: .is con. excluded as beneficiaries. Annapolis in various activities,
ducted at an operating nuclear "Men of Annapolis" will run
calendar and the THE NAVY-DUVAL Commu-
During the year Army Package
for 39 weeks. Personnel are
and is
1956, the dental officers attached Power Reactor (APPR-1)). powerplant approximately nity Fund Drive held here in
21 weeks long. urged to check the TV guidesfor
to the Dental Depart- Enlisted personnel selected for October-Novejnber of last year
any changes of times or
ment, NAS Jax, rendered 47- duty in the engineering depart Training for surface ship per- raised a record $104,384, with dates.
659 dental treatments to 16- ments of the Navy's planned nuclear (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 5) military and civilian personnel

450 patients, it is revealed. fleet will be ordered to a

operative Included routine and in these surgical and treatmentswere emergency cases as course mately powerplant of one instruction operation year in length of in approxi nuclear prior i I (Cordiner Group To Emphasize Competition | I IVhen

well as 766 prosthetic cases to assignment to duty in a nu

(partial and full dentures, clear-powered ship or at an ,op \ the Cordiner Com in demand. The objective is a: leaders. Rules allowing commanding
crowns, bridges, etc.). erating prototype nuclear pow mittee issues its report abouta "modernized pay system" and officers to reject unfit
Not only were Naval Air erplant ashore.TRAINING month from now' there will recognition that the military candidates for reenlistment, it is
Station treated but
personnel ,
FOR submarineand be no kind words for either have not kept up with industryin felt, have not been strictly
also personnel attached to all
components of Fleet Air Jax surface ship personnel is the Methusalah in the serviceor the so-called "fringe benefits." enough observed. And men in

and Fleet Air Wing 11, NAAS divided into a two-phase course. the man who stays in justto UNDER THE METHUSALAH obsolete, or over-staffed specialties
The first phase will be basic and keep out of trouble shOuld be given opportunityto
Mayport and retired personnel. serviceman
will be conducted at the U. S. The word is that more emphasis pay system, a can shift into more promising
Prosthetic cases included per Naval Submarine School, New will be placed on competition -I settle into an unimportant job fields-or else.
sonnel attached to NATTC, '
London, Conn., under the military and less on longevity, and and draw biennial pay raises THE EXPERTS REVEAL that
Naval Hospital Jax, NAS Cecil,
NAS Sanford and NAS Glyn- command of Commander that tougher enlisting policies just for living. The report is con- in all services, some 76,000 men
Submarine Force, Atlantic Fleet, will be used against the less fit sidered certain to favor skilled in the E-5 grade make more
__ and the management control of and the possessors of skills less technicians and skilled military (Please turn to Page 8,CoL 5).

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1 i Pago 2 JAX AIR NEWS 17 January 1957 I

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[ Jt1 .. dUfst VPS VW-4, tigFJ; Report Area Squadrons --I II '

t t'ubllsh'f'7 Thursday tor Navy and Marine activities at Naval Air
{r StaUon Jacksonville Florida Rte' Jaekseav111e I- VP-5 Ensign Larry Arnctt checked in from ATU-206, Sherman .

Capt. William S. Harris -. Commanding Officer Things are really Jumpingover Field Pensacola
Robert 1L Smith _. L, ., ... ? toecutlv OlXicer Included among newcomers in ; Lawrence
Fleet Air Jaekaeavllle in Hangar 140 as Patrol ranks were Fogal, AK3, from NAS Niagara enlisted personnel
Adm. Delbort S. Cornwell I CommanderChief
Capt. S. S. Scarcy, Jr. -.-.--___. ot StaLl Squadron Five personnel are Harry Mattox, AA; Michael Falls; John Gonzalez, AE3, from
Fleet Air HUf Elena hard preparing for the
VR-24 Bruce
; Snipes
Capt. Bowrn F. McLeod Commander Walsh, AA; George Liebsch, AT3, from
Comdr T. & White __ Chief StaU Officer annual Administrative Inspec Rizzuto AA Kon- O & R, Pensacola; George Clark
Natal Air Teckaieal Trilaiaf Center AEM3; Mario ; ,
Capt. Charles L. Moore Jr. Commanding Officer tion. ald Nagy, AA; Thomas Perko- :AOAN, from NATTC Jackson
1 Comdr, Wlllred E. )') hman o'lecuUve Officer i ville.
f Naval\ lUipltal Flight crews are also sharpening vich, AA; Lawrence Bencdetti,
Capt. Benjamin N. Abl Commanding Officer Also Lawrence
Capt Marcy ::;bupp. _...on Executive Officer up for a two-week deploy- AA; James Bridges, AB3; Victor Fredette, SN

Norman KAUTU_ Commanding Officer ment to Puerto Rico in early Farr, ATAN; Alvin Lickel, AA; from USS Siboney; Herbert
Capt. O. Anderson
Comdr. William E. Hardy Executive Officer February as it is anticipated that Velda Romans, ATAN; Lawrence Brewer, ATAA, from NATTC,

most of the crews will be able to AA and Herbert Memphis; and William Austin
The JAX AIR NEWS Is published at the U. S. Naval Air Station Phillips, ; AA
fundsat finish off their annual'competi- ; Jimmy A. Dougher, AA
Jacksonville Florida and printed commercially with appropriated Schneller, AA. ; and
no expense' to the government and In compliance with l NAVEXOS P-35, Rev. tive exercises during this period. S e e Ronald L. Postel, AA from Naval
Naval Air, Technical' Training Center Naval Air Reserve Training Unit, and the )
U. S. Naval Hospital VW-4 Training Center, Great Lakes
would like to
Service Information Officer ti.. Dave Beesely Ill.
Managing Editor Andrew 1IPiane v welcome aboard the following On December 14, 1956 the first
!Staff Reporters Kathleen Sutton; Jack Holmes, rill;; John label SA. ; basketball was played Congratulations from all hands
named men: Ltjg) Richard game
Den Sylar, SA; Doug Blowers AA. to
two brand
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service Abrom; Ltjg( ) Ronald }Fincher; getting the "Hurricanes" off to a our new CrOs
AFPS material appearing In this publication may not withoutthe Dalton Willis, YNCA, and .
written permission I of Armed Forces Press Service. Republication; of other Ltjg( ) Carl Moret; Ltjg) William whirling start for the season.
matter except by service publications, Is prohibited without permission of Overdorff; Ltjg( ) Todd Rit. Three out of four games playedby Klimaszewski, PRCA. Both
Editor: SAX AIR NEWS. made it on January 16.
Editorial offices located Main Administration Building. Phone extension ter; Ensign Richard Gastley; and the WV-4 players were victo S e *
KM. 216 and 8164. ries. Although the "Hurricanes"

have been victorious in three of VF-22

Last Of 'Plank C their games, they are in need of'' WITH TilE HOLIDAY peru
jr behind us, intensified
a few good ball handlers. If any training

; of the men in VW-4 who woujd and reorganization have been the

Owners'ofVFP62Lost like to throw a ball, see coach key notes at Fighter Squadron

Ensign J. L. Rodgers for a con 22. Noteworthy among acc<5m.

Via TransferThe tract. The "Hurricanes' next panying events has been the addition .

game will be Jan. 17, at 1600. of five more pilots to the

last of the "plank owners"in Starting the New Year with a ranks and the departure of a long

Light Photographic Squadron 4-- new home are the five followingmen time Cavalier, Ltjg( ) G. L

62 has been transferred. Simpson.In .
that checked in VW-4 the
the arrival column the first
After completing eight yearsas past week; Winfred Clements, ,
to join us was Lt. B. T. O'Learythe
member of VFP-62 DonaldM.
a AN; Bruce Albee, AMAN; Frank

Swanberg, ADI, is scheduledto Watson, SN; Warren Smith, AE3; squadron's new Operation

report for duty at NAS Hutch and Dean Atkinson, ADI. Officer. Lt. O'Leary was pre.

inson, Kansas. viously with Fighter Squadron
Leaving old acquaintances to 82 at Oceana, Va. Lt. Hunt Hard-
He received an official letter of
new are isty, formerly with Attack
commendation upon his depar Lcdr. Robert Grill, who has been Squadron 12 at Cecil Field, has

ture. transferred to U. S. Naval
Post taken over the duties of Tram

SWANI1ERG FIRST reportedto Graduate School at Monterey, ing Officer. Completing the list.

the squadron when it was Calif., and Homer M. Gray, ADC, from Fighter Squadron 172 came
newly commissioned in January who has been transferred to
Ltjg( ) II. B. Giedzinski, and Lt
1949. During this period he de- BAR
Burbank, Calif.
(jg) R. W. Ewing and from Fleet
six extended cruisesfor
ployed on
Robert H. Kernen, ALl, and All Weather Training Unit at
a total of 40 months duty at
John E. Cropper, AC2, enteredthe Key West, .Fla., came Ltjg( ) H
sea. One cruise of nine months
life of a civilian last week. W. Alexander and Ltjg( ) J. P
duration was in the war zone of BON VOYAGE TO TLANKER" Donal M. Swanberg, ADI, S e Vinti.

Korea. receives wishes .f congratulations from Comdr. Ralph Cheney, VA-175
executive officer of Light 62 trans Two Cavaliers got married
He has seen service under five Photographic Squadron upon
fer after completing eight years with the squadron. Swanberg, an WITH ALL IIANDS now returned over the holiday leave period.

commanding officers in the original plank owner, has been a member of VFP-62 since the date from the Christmas leave Congratulations go to D. P. Thomas -

squadron down to the present of its commissioning, Jan. 3, 1949. period, VA-175 is resuming full- PN2, and T. W. Lyon, AN.
Comdr. Martin P. Mac- --
skipper, scale training operations in prep Congratulations also to C. L.

Nair. Extend Deadline For ApplicationFor aration for a cold-weather cruise Spires, AD2 on the new addition

TilE COMMENDATION noted scheduled for February and a to his family.

that the successful accomplishment Enlisted Advanced Schooling six-month Mediterranean cruise Ltjg( ) T A. Smith reports that

of VFP-62 flight operationsand coming up in April. the squadron basketball team i is

photographic missions was The Navy Enlisted Advanced School Program, through which There are many new faces rapidly rounding into shape.

"materially assisted by his skill qualified p03s or higher can apply for college engineering training around the squadron since Coach Smith expects the following -

and ability as an aviation me- has extended the deadline for submission of applications to Christmas.
Robert Ewers, AD3, men to see action in the hoop
chanic. Feb. 1.The.
circuit this winter: Ltjg( ) D. D.

It stated that "the professionalskill original deadline was by a special selection board university. Thie; R. J. Buob, SN; D. G. Allison
displayed, and your fine Dec. 31, 1956.Because I vive a period of instruction and All tuition, fees, books and ex- SN; D. B. Choate, PN3; H. C.
moral character and penses, as well as full and
military pay .
ap- Barbareo.AO2
: Harmon, AD2; R. D.
of the ever-increasing screening at the Naval Prepara-
were an outstanding allowances, will be paid by the H.
pearance School ; F. A. McCourt, AN; T.
tory in
Bainbridge Md.
example to the men of this com- complexity of technical equip Navy. Families of the men will! AN and D. L. JohnsonSN.
and finally be accepted the ;
mand. It is my pleasure on this ment in present-day naval ships be moved to the university. .

occasion to commend you for a and aircraft, the Chief of Naval t .
well done." PUZZLE
job Personnel points out that it is ACROSS
Swanberg entered the Navy in essential to proportionately in- Mftloult i I J.y s. r d 0 3 Foreign OfficersIn

February 1942. crease the ability of enlisted per- *UrltlHh baby 'a y /Of

sonnel to maintain, service and 9-earring Armed conflict AO Grad ClassTen
U-Century plant r1 k 11 "O
LETTERS TO THEEDITOR operate this equipment. U=Jot
14 Anger h 1o i 7t three
officers Including
TIlE NEAS PROGRAM pro- I+-1'erulnlnr to ,

vides four years of college-level 17-Teutonic the teeth deity. U 1M 7S 140 '/ l7 from foreign navies and two from

training, now given at Purdue IiOpenwork13Later : the U. S. Marine Corps will be

University, or in advanced naval
//-/h; AVIa-
graduated February
schools. The four-year training is :!1-Ffellnr' s'/ vs r .-1 if/ ii
L-Short-dlstance{ V./- V/ Officer's School) at
tion Ordnance
split into two year periods, with runner '
57 sy 10 V.'If V/: yi 'tJ
Dear Sir interim service assignments of 28 Pronoun-A state15Thick VL""; V/- the Naval Air Technical Training -

On behalf of the needy fam- not less than four years. Applicants i. substance .M 'tS Ht '17 I Center.

ilies of the Jacksonville area who must be under 25, male, Jl-tJreek letter 18 y! so if.II. Lt. J M
:Conjunction Foreign officers are
received Christmas baskets, do- have at least three years' active 35-Young: plant Y'/ Canadian Navy;
38-I'ald: notice ,1 St 51 ss S S7 sg Arnold, Royal
naval service and be 0
a high
nated so generously by personnelat 35Oltaln41Falsehood and Halfdan Hansen and Hugo

0 & R Department, and other school graduate or possess high J9 60"1 : Frontroth Argentine Navy. Ma-

civilians and naval personnel, the school legel GED test scores in 42-airl's Kxclamatlon; name y "I, rine Officers, are 1st Lts. Bin
the 90th percentile better in 4 -1U\erberatlonr I
Fleet Reserve Association wishesto or 4)-Kind* I I Franklin and Richard Young-
extend a heart felt "well don 8" parts III and V. ;Number (pi) n'rrww.....__ all U.S. Navy
It-Tear The other ,
and thank you. THE MUST ALSO have six 53-Rher In Joseph Donoghue.
Ensigns are
FRA service Siberia J-Klnic Arthur' 23- mlk. and fo. 5'"ur* ,
years' obligated as oj Pertaining to lance U-Pff'I.' Carl Lahr, Gerhard Swenson
to July 1 of the year selected, be SJ the ..tar> t-Keep' I 15-Japanew -Warmi 4 Brooks and Peter DiConza.
-Fruit drink *-1If'lmllm"' -Rnar* Roger
Servicemen InvitedTo physically qualified, have a good 10 I-Booty Animated -ArtlflclalFrenrh measure for J-Verdi Opera b, The next class will check in

YWCA ,DanceA conduct rating of 4.0, U. S. Citizenship ta--Equality CnnNiimt'language Ilt-V'lItlllhl.< "klnn" 10-Trnde.l for Monday, February 4.

and eligibility for a secret UCanlnuI'llInlP& (,,1.) 84 money .
*i-ParadlMDOWN -Try nfdrlloit
dancing party is scheduled to or higher clearance.On .fVlctor''War rod M-Suapend 3\-l'oem.: 'Stabilized'
11-Ntrv* network 3G- akf'r'' aC-'rf'f'' of Missile Ship
be held Friday night, starting at the recommendation of the! 1 -Fu.* product 7-Mall! guided
2000 at the Jacksonville YWCAat candidate's commanding officer, .- JJ-TarelewntM' IT-Cartlla S-Man's The Gyatt, first Navy
'' I-Pen sewed 21-lTlnterVi nickname first
325 East Duval Street. Service- he will then be required to pas g I -Dtnr.1t measure 40-llirh U-Prltter') hat t-Klnir "t Daalhag missile destroyer, also stabilizationYystem is the

men are invited. a rigid screening test, be name J t (Answer warship to have a
on Page t, Col. 4)) added to her hull.4 .

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17 January 1957 JAX AIR NEWS Pago 3

tie Film On Bible

Will Be Shown

Here Sunday

"Our Bible-How It Came To

Us," a feature-length motion
(Prepared by NATTC Librarian picture which unveils the fas-

for all Navy libraries in the area) cinating story of how the Biblo

Men To Match My Mountains: has come down through the ages,
will be shown in All Saints'
Irving Stone's dramatic story of
the opening of the Far West I Chapel, Building 750, this Sun
covers an epic portion of our his- day evening at 1900. .

tory from 18401900. The heroic This meeting is being pon- ..
spirit of indomitable pioneers is sored by the United Fellowshipof

emphasized in tales of such Protestants

groups as the tragic Donner,par PRODUCED BY the American
ty, the discovery of gold which Bible Society, this sound film'sweeps
led to Sutter's ruin when the ore r t across the centuries from
M i d t H the formation of the Old Testament
was discovered on his land and
the miracle that was the Mormon to the present time. It

settlement in Utah deserts. f:+"' '"':"' "' ,,, "I."' ..: _.,... ,' ,::,,-... :';:, .:, shows the Scriptures in use in
Manyare _
.., ........_..':'a. .. ;w.: ....."... '_:* .._ ', ."J ;.;,:; ..... c w.
stories we have heard before ;: Palestine in the time of Jesus,
either BRAZILIANS AT AGO Largest group of foreign officers to attend the same clans at NATT- ; how. the letters of Paul and the
as history or as the back Marine officers from the Brazilian under Instruc-
Center are these Navy and Corps Navy They are
written and used
ground for excellent novels of tion in the eight-week Aviation Ground Officers School Left to right are Ltjg) Celso Pinhelro, Gospels were
adventure, but this telling should Marine Capt. Nelson Mala Ltjg( ) Pedro Sebastiany, Ltjg) Jorge Ribeiro, Ltjg( ) Hercel Teixeira, in the early Church; then comes
prove full of thrills and pride for and Lcdr. Leo Rosa the thrilling story of the transla
all readers. tion into Latin, the spoken

How To Gain Security And Financial Aid For Sfomaach Ills Pay Hike Among Proposed Bills into languages English of Europe Deeply, and dramaticand finally

Independence A far
: cry Tops PrescriptionsThe detailed it portrays the mar-
from those pioneers except that stomach, upon which an tyrdoms and oppressions faced
they in different To Benefit Classified WorkersIn
were seeking a Army (or Navy) travels, according by those who have brought the
time the same thing implied by to Napoleon, came in Bible down to us.
the title of this very uptodatebook. for the greatest amount of attention the mill with the return of Congress to Washington are varied TilE PICTURE is authentic,
The increasing number of judging from prescrip- bills which, if passed, would ease the classified Civil Service em clear and sincere. More than 250
requests for investment information tions issued by the Prescription ployee's plight meeting the rising cost of living at least to some actors participate in the film;
prompts us to point out a Bay of the Dispensary at degree. these include men and women of

new addition to the financial NATTCenter.With The bills have been sponsoredby I many races, colors and historic
section in our libraries. Ira U. and bella liberalized, particularly in regard -
Amphojel periods, from ancient Hebrews to
Chairman Johnson of the Sen-
Cobleigh is the author. barbital leading the list, a totalof to not decreasing as rapidlythe American Sunday School children !. I
ate Post Office and Civil Service I value of a policy after an em-
Wonderful Way: A new novel 4,308 prescriptions were issued of today. Used in prepara.
with from March 1956 through Committee and other key sena-! ployee reaches age 65. A resolution -i tion of the
a religious theme in a mod film were the servicesof
tors. : introduced in the Senate
ern setting. The story of a young December 31. I : many scholars and staff workers
Not included in the list were AMONG THEM IS proposed seeks $50,000 to make a thorough
man, his reason for choosing the a and the resources of the Mor-
ministry, and his personal treatments for common colds, average $800 pay raise, which study of the life insurance program gan Library, Metropolitan museum -
struggle to find his way. We including the Davy's "cureall would give a 10 percent increaseon of Art and Cloisters, and

think the story will appeal to ." APCs. the first $2500 of an employ Other legislation to make cer- some li raries abroad. .

those who have liked such books ee's salary, a 24.5 percent booston tain that classified employeesare Chaplain Robert Osman, NAS
as The Gauntlet and High Calling the portion of salary between Chaplain states that it is a real
although the hero lacks the Jax Unive'rsityClasses $2500 and $10,000, plus 27 per- protected against salary cuts privilege and opportunity to
confirmed faith which pervades cent on the portion of any salary when their jobs are downgradedis have this film for showing. It is

those two.Famous. exceeding $10,000. sought to clarify the intent of an opportunity to have many of
Auto Races and Rallies: Postal legislation' would estab- such a law passed last year. At the questions answered that people
Stories of the cars and the dar- a variety of subjects offered lish starting postal salaries at the time the Comptroller General ask regarding the way oua- -
ing drivers of important auto the second semester of $5500 and adjust other salaries ruled that this protection would Bible came to us. He emphasizedthat
races from the first in 1905 to Jacksonville University evening accordingly.Other I this meeting is open to
the classes will begin January 30. apply only if the employee'sduties all. There will be a fellowshipand
big races of today. We expect
bills would establish
it to rival Shaw's autobiog- Personnel who desire to take merit in Gov-a were not materially I refreshment period follow
raphy, Gentlemen Start Your En advantage of the Navy Tuition ernment promotion whereby system merit promo- changed. ing the showing of the film

gines. Assistance Program are requested tion boards would be set up in
Story Of Jan: A history of jazz to contact their Education and each agency to determine pro Success Of Master Recruiting I
traced back to Africa and Information Offices. motions; retroactive pay raises
through the various styles and Courses are offered at Jax Uni- for blue collar workers effective

many colorful personalities who versity in fields of mathematics, to the first pay period after the Plan Brings Halt To Draft I
have brought this form of musicto psychology, sciences, English, economics increase is originally approved;
the present. and commerce. Tuition is protection of Federal diem
$12.50 per semester hour with the per Top Navy officials say thty1" end the draft this fiscal year. ,
Atomic Nucleus: Beginningwith Navy paying up to, 75 percent of workers against salary cuts when after a year's operation of the Ho,lloway Master Recruiting Plan to
the historical sketch of the the amount. their jobs are reduced in grade; bolster its enlistment efforts.

development of the conceptofthe Classes scheduled Mondaysand and Senate confirmation re- Vice Adm. James L. Holloway,
atomic nucleus the material arc quired for the heads of regionaland record low of four percent, and
covers content of, a course in jects Thursdays Wednesday, and in evenings.some sub- district offices of' the Post Jr., chief of naval personnel, drew though it has tripled since, it i iy

nuclear physics which the Author on Office Department up the plan in Sept., 1955, and still far from the desired level.
The E & I office at NATTCenter -
has taught at MIT. Of definite interest is located in Building 500, SOME SENATORS also feel appointed a special committee, .

to our personnel who have phone extension 8388, while theE that the life Insurance benefitsof now headed by Rear Adm. Roy Annual
advanced enough in their studies & I office at NAS is located in the Government employeelife S. Benson, to monitor it. As a result Meeting
to work on this level. Building 955. insurance program could be
recruiters topped their quota
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Invitation To Checkers: Those by 11 percent reenlistment
who aren't playing chess seem to spurted, and only 30,000 draftees
be busy with checkers. This and were called. Slated FridayMembers
Championship Chess And Checkers
While the of volunteers
are vying with the best seller surge
of the Jax Navy Federal

continues, Capt. John L. Couni-
proportions in the sports section Credit Union will hold their
han executive of the
where golf still holds its own! secretary
selective service committee (and annual meeting Friday, Jan. 18.
Pictorial History Of The AmerIcan former CO of NARTU Jax).says at the Mainside Theater, Building

Indian: A beautifully illustrated wr there can be no let-up in the 612.
book adds a very colorful drive for better and better men Light refreshments will b(.
note to a subject which never -7vrq because of the increasing com- served starting at, 1900, and the
loses its appeal. plexity of the ships and planes of meeting will begin at 1930.

S. c the fleet. The ideal, he said, A portable TV, table model ht-
Nautilus Refueled would be to have a 50 percent fi record player, and 17 other

After 50,000 Miles rise in volunteers so that "thenwe door prizes will be awarded to
s ,4 could select one in three" members attending the meeting.

The Nautilus, Navy's first Right now the recruiting picture Joseph F. O'Connell credit
atomic submarine, is about to be is satisfactory but not ideal union president,-this week urgedall
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refueled for the first time after -- ---- t oU with reenlistment of first termers members to participate in the

cruising more than 50,000 miles. NAVY'S BALLISTIC MISSILE This is an artist drawing getting increased attention from operation of their credit union by
Her endurance and performance of the launching. from a submarine of the Polaris, a Navy-planned Navy worr\ ri. In order to main- attending the meeting with their
record has surpassed the Navy's ballistic missile with a range of ROD to 1500 miles. The new weapon tain a proportion in overall families. At the meeting members -
highest hopes, easing any doubts can be stored in subs, as shown above, and launched from deep In strength of professional enlisted will vote on the dividend to
water. The missile and others like It, against which there is
about the feasibility of IT addi- no personnel the must be
known defense, often have been described as the vlttnuie weapon Navy reenlist paid on shares for the year
tional atomic vessels planned or of the future. The Polaris can also be launched from surface snip. 25 percent of its first termers. 1959, and will elect officials to
under construction. It is expected to be ready in about five years. Two ;years ago the rate was at I manage the credit union.

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:1 New NAMTD 0-in-C Praises & s '. '., ,: \ :

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Efforts Of Instructors"Our .. _
t> ; ;
instructors are the finest, well versed in most fields and
(\ well informed on the new latest aircraft," declared Lcdr. Donald IL
Foulk, new Area Representative for Naval Air Mobile Training Detachment +

t NAS, Jacksonville and NAS, Cecil Field. He assumed the '
command from Lt. G. W. Stone. St '
As Area Representative, both 4
the NAMTD at Jacksonville, located LN THE WAY of flight trainers -
in Building 702, and the Cecil Field has the F9F, F3H.
\ unit at NAS Cecil Field are 2, with 15V6 radar trainer, andis
: under his command. The main expecting soon to get the F8U
purpose of NAMTD is to keep and F4D.
maintenance men, ordnance men At Jacksonville, the school has
I and pilots checked out on new an MOR (Munitions, Ordnanceand
planes and train new men to Re-Arming) unit, and in the
: work on current models. maintenance field, has P2V-5,
( THE TWO UNITS are composed P2V-7, F2H-3, Ad-4, Ad-5 and [ _
I of some 95 instructors and Ad-6 mockups.In :
can handle 450 maintenance and addition to' classes for .. ,-, ;,..... q-, .

ordnance men on board at one maintenance, ordnance and TRAINING WITH WORKING MODELS Men stationed with squadrons in Jax take refresher
time, plus pilots who use trainers. flight, the unit at Jacksonvillehas courses and learn about latest models at the Naval Air Mobile Training Detachment here at Building
The classes are kept small and been for the past month 702. In the top photo, three men from squadrons are listening to instructor G. W. Edwards, All,
F2H-2, 3 and 4 and currently being installed in the
models used (left) explain parts of the Jet engine used in the
cut-away are along preparing POls who are up for P2V as auxiliary or booster engine. Others are (left to right) J. C. Hoser, ADZ, VF.171C. A. Owenby,
with movies. advancement to chief, as one of ADZ, VW-4; and R. N. Cassano, ADZ, VF-171. The lower photo shows Charles Pea, AMC, instructor
Lcdr. Foulk came here from its extra-curricular activities. in hydraulics, pointing out a system of operation to students in his class.
j Air Transport Squadron 31, a' <" ,
ferry squad out of Norfolk, Va.
!I A native of Wilmington, Del., he Queries Answered On Civilian
has a total of 14 years on active
duty. During this time, he spenta
tour of duty in Trinidad, one .. Care Aspects Of Medicare ActThe
at San Diego and two as an instructor
at training command. Dependents' Medical Care Act went into effect on Dec. 7,
Reporting in late December, .. 1956. In addition to spelling out medical care authorized for depend.

Foulk immediately went to a r "' eats at uniformed services' medical facilities, the law defines the
three-week representative course : new program of civilian care now available to spouses and childrenof I
: i dr
in Memphis. He officially assumed L ; active duty personnel.In .
last Friday. general, dependent medical care provided in military facilities -
THE INSTRUCTORS at will be the same as in the past for outpatient and inpatient

I NAMTD are trained at the factories trl'a..____.__snhHere n_...
I t where they follow construction
are some answers to
i f of new models or at for her. Can I do this and still
questions concerning the civilian
school in Memphis and they return have her covered under the De-
care aspect of the program, called
here and pass on this new- "Medicare" by the services. pendents' Medical Care programLt. ?
ly learned information about the Cmdr. J.
Q-My wife 4s going to have
various planes to the squadrons.At a A-Yes. She Is authorized med-
Cecil Field, in the way of aI baby. She's being treated by a ical care. But the government
:. maintenance mock-ups, there are civilian doctor who tells us his I. will pay for semi-private accom
fee is higher than allowed in
}I models of the F8U, F4D-l, F7U-3, modations. For a private room at
schedule of allowances.
F3H-2N, F9F-5, F9F-6, F9F-7, your request, in addition to the
I F9F-8 A4D L.."", ,;"'. _.................u: ,. ....... Would it be all right for me to
and J-57 class "C" $25 or $1.75 a day hospitalization
I maintenance for engines. It is pay him the difference?-Lt. C. charge, you would have to pay

expected that a F11F will be in > A-No. The Dependents' Medical the difference in cost between

shortly.. .. STAB care program is a full-serv- private room charges and the
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one. That means the doctor weighted average cost of the
; With TheToastmasters will be paid up to the maximum semi-private room charges. If,
lee contracted for by the state's however the private room vas
medical society. Your best moves authorized by the attending doctor -
to make sure doctor
your as necessary for proper care
walked off with agrees to abide by the fee schedule or treatment then would
Jax Navy Toastmasters Club (AFPS Weekly Feature) Popular you
No. 546 met last Thursday, at the SMOKE and Steam Recollection New Actress" award Groucho Under before starting treatment. have to pay only 25 percent of
Commissioned Officer's Me s s. from our memory file Marx says he is giving his wifea no circumstances will the the difference as figured above.
patient have to extra
Highlights of the meeting included One of the Southland's finest pair of minks for Christmas. to the doctor for pay authorized costs care. Q-There is an Army hospitaland
installation of a new radio stars, and certainly the Object: "so she can grow her Air Force hospital in the
member, Lt. Dave Beesley, and I most prompt, was a train-the own coat" Audle Murphy, Q-My son sprained his ankle city where we're now. Do I haveto
the beginning of the weekly J L&N "Pan-American." For 12 I in real life a WWII hero and till while playing ball Our private go to them if I need to be

speech contest to be conducted :years-Aug. 15, 1933 to June 1, now a hero in H'wood films, will doctor treated the sprainmadetwo hospitalized, or could I go to a
in February. '1945-an open mike beside the switch to a villain in his next visits and charged me $10.I civilian hospital My husband is
For six consecutive meetings, :LAN tracks outside Nashville, film. Can I get that paid for under in the Air Force.-Mrs. R.

contests will be held, culminating ,Tenn., was cut in, and listeningto The Good Old| Medicare-SFC W. A-You can go to either civilian
In a runoff on February 14. On the "Pan-Am" go by each Days (?) ,. A-Sorry, but no. A sprain or military hospitals. Thereis
January 10 the winning speech afternoon at 5:39: became a daily for starring in I would come under care authorIzed no restriction on your choice,
was presented by CWO Huell habit for millions of listenersover the; biog of I for bodily injuries which and your husband's service affiliation
Holloway of NATTC, whose subject Radio Station 'WSM. You Lon Chancy,J can be treated outside a hospitaland does not enter into the
was "Voice Training." could hear the clickety-clack of UIV'ManofaThousand covered by the program matter.
Another close contest is pre the wheels rolling over the rails, However, in such cases, the pa- Q-We had a baby boy on Dec.
dicted for Jan. 17th meeting and the sound grew louder, then two Faces," James I lent will pay the first $15 of the 5 at a civilian hospital. Will the

prospective members (any officer longs, a short, and another long Carne will bill. As the charge was only $10, government pay us back for the
who desires to improve his blast of the whistle, and the I earn more than you will have to pay that. maternity costs, because I

public speaking abilities) are cor- "Pan-Am" burst into your living the famed old- Q-We're -coin; to have---. a- babv.--- couldn't go to a military hospital
dially invited. room. The sound receded and timer earned Natalie Woodin 1 Should I go to the hospital an d ? After all, it's not my fault
soon, you had had it-the "Pan- his entire career. Cagney's make the necessary arrange. the bill was passed too late for me
One of the most important Am" had passed. Add nostalgianote take will be at least $1 million.In ments-Mrs. A. to take advantage of it.-Mrs. D.
meetings to date of the Navy Was there anythingmore 1914-15, Chaney made 51 pic- A-No. You do not make the A-The law became effective
Civilian Toastmasters Club of mournful than a steam tures for $50 per week; at his arrangements with the civilian on Dec. 7 and any authorized
Jacksonville is slated for Tuesday locomotive whistle at night peak he was paid $GOO weekly. hospital. Go to your private treatment after that date will be

Jan. 22 with the election of Names Make News .An usherette Colyum Quote Hy Gardner physician (making sure he's participating covered. Your delivery charges
officers heading the agenda.A at Warner's recent world "Broadway: The street of hard< in the program), and will have to be borne by you, but
nominating committee has premiere of "Baby Doll" fca New knocks and soft curves." he'll see to the hospital admit qtanee. postnatal care after Dec. 7 will

already selected candidates for York was Marilyn Monroe. '. EAST IS WEST After a In cases of extreme emergencies be paid for under the Medicare
posts of president, firsthand sec- Elvis, you've had it; Tab Hunter fruitless search of Tokyo, Formosa of 'course, you can go program.
ond vice president, secretaryand is reported taking guitar lessons and Hong Kong for a direct to the hospital if time does Q-My wife's in a civilian hospital
sergeant at arms and other In a screen magazine's pop- Japanese girl to play opposite not permit prior contact with where she's being treatedfor
officers. All members are urgedto ularity elections, Natalie Wood Marlon Brando in the film ver- your doctor. a back injury. I'm getting out
be on hand for the meeting sion of James Michener's "Sayo Q-My daughter is going to of the Navy soon. Will the government
I at 2000 at Cumberland Road "Pursuit of Happiness." Evaluators nara," talent scouts for Warner have a tonsillectomy next month continue to pay the cost
I Community Hall. Interested civilian were Carl McCranie, Rod Bros. returned to California and I want to arrange a private room until she's better-Lt. (jg) T.
personnel are also invited. Pinney and Umberto Pezzula. found Niiko Taka. She's a 24 A-No. The effective date of
Tuesday night's program, arranged Toastmaster was Don Moran, year-old American of Japanese WEATHER OUTLOOKFriday her coverage by Medicare will
by Audrey Silvey, featured with Andy Planet' acting as ancestry, without previous acting Partly cloudy and, expire the day you are dis
two icebreaker speeches. Topic Master. Bill Clearman experience. If you didn't read it, cool. charged. Any doctor or hospital
George Hyde delivered his firs gave the report from the "er" it's the story of a Japanese dan Saturday Cloudy and cooler, bills after that time will have
address The Jacksonville Fire,'' counter. Umberto Pezzulla delivered cer who falls in love with an Sunday Partly cloudy and l to be paid by you. (AFPS)
and Lawton Green fpoke on the invocation. American pilot. cool. 1 (To Be Continued)


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I 17 January 1957 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5

Red Cross Religious Groups Screen Refugees;

'[Only Best For U. s. "',. New ARC Director SaysJames

C. McCotter, a native of Jacksonville who already has y SALTY HUMOR FROM

served at NAS Jacksonville as field director, from 1947 to 1949, has r a \ C 1L4k HERE AND THERE
replaced Elisha Price here and is now on duty as field director in :
Red Cross headquarters in Building 39. Some speeches are like warm
castor oil-easy to spread but
Price has been ordered to the IE
1 perate one for which he sees no ;; ; hard to swallow.
Azores. immediate answer. Some have S .

t, McCotter, who comes here been in the camps for years, with 411 He who speaks by the yard,
from Palm Beach Air Force Base, only a minimum of food and thinks by the inch, should bo

j was assigned to duty in Austria facilities provided by the free dealt with by the foot.
: after leaving the Station in 1949. nations. M 1
WORKING ALONGSIDE the ,5 A radio announcer is a person
There .for two years, he gained a
Red Cross units in Austria are who talks until he gives: you a
affection for the Austrian
great the various church organizationswhich headache and then tries to sell
people whose country, he says, have McCotter's highest you something for itS

throughout history has been a respect. "They do mostly case .

haven for refugees from coun- work with individuals and fam Y+* Wife to Ltjg( : "I wish you

quering despots. In the present ilies. Their people are there on a had the spunk the governmenthas.

Hungarian crisis "they are showing wholly volunteer status, provided They certainly don't let beingin
only with. a bare minimum of debt keep them from spending -
a great deal of courage in basic maintenance. They are ded- ."

sheltering the escapees." While' icated to the job-there is no .

the Austrian government isI I other word for it." a aTAKES If there is anything that makesa

strong, its economy, he says, is I The religious groups also are husband angrier than his wife's
weak and under the burden of doing a tremendous job of arranging refusal to tell him where tho

thousands of Hungarians pour- adoptions of Hungarian money goes, it is to tell him.
ing across the border, it has been children who have lost their a S .

badly strained. families. ... ........ .,, When and
a man woman
"" ""'""'"""' ''''" "" marry,
EVEN WHILE he was in Aus- He said it would be a mistaketo ARC HELM James McCotter, new Red Cross field they become one. Of course, they
tria, some break in the Iron think the refugees are paupers.A director, accepts his first local "case" from !Mrs. Sara Parks, secretary must decide which one, and thatis
in the Red Cross office in Building 39. A native JUDD, McCot .
Curtain was expected, althoughnone few were quite well off and often where the storm starts.
ter served two years with the ARC at NAS Jax during World War .
knew when it would occuror arrived- well clad- some wearing II and has returned from duty in Austria. S
where. When the Hungariansrose fur coats and carrying jewelryand Traffic sign at the edge of a

against their Communist other valuables. "But all Improved Preparation Serving Of small town in Texas: "20 miles
masters, and proved their ability they have Is what is on their an hour or 1990."
i to endure against all pressure, backs." Additional necessitiesare .
Food To Be Tested At 13 Mess HallsThirteen
the American Red Cross, with provided at the base camps Dinner was late so the hostess

Red Cross units of other free nations before they leave for the coun- naval air stations will be used as a testing ground for decided to play the piano. In the

quickly established processing tries receiving them. improved preparation and serving of food in the general mess. uncomfortable silence that fol- -
bases where the refugeesare SOME OF TilE refugees escape -Remodeled- mess -halls-- use or- lowed, she turned to a guest and
selected for emigration. The the hard way. But many, he china instead of compartmenttrays pilot test at the New York Naval] said: "Mr. Smith, would you likea
U. S. has three such bases now said, were able to escape by bribery faster service attractive Air Station, the project is no a sonata before dinner?"
in Austria. of the Russians. "It is said displays of food on the service to be expanded to air stations at Mr. Smith .looked pleased. "Yes,

However, only the International that two rival groups of Russians line, and new dishwashing operations Columbus, Ohio; Dallas, Texas; thank you, I had a couple on the
Red Cross, to which all contribute compete in rates asked for help. are among the changes Grosse He, Mich.; Los Alamitos, way, but I could sure stand an
is allowed into Hungary. ing the refugees across the border that will be initiated at the Calif; Olathe, Kans.; Seattle, other.:"
There they do what they can and ." designated stations. Wash; South Weymouth, Maa.; .

from accounts McCotter has seen Just before Christmas, while BASED ON RESULTS of a St. Louis, Mo.; Willow Grove, Football season is the one time ,
they do a wonderful Job. McCotter was still at Palm Beach Pa.; and Atlanta, Ga. of year in which a guy can walk
The Anacostia D. C. Naval
ONLY THE STRONG physical- AFB, a plane load of refugees Bands For down the street with a blond
Station also
Top Receiving was selected
ly and-mentally, are selected for landed there after being weathered as a test station. on one arm and a blanket on the
immigration to countries who out from Camp Kilmer. He other-without having the neiGhbors
have loosened their restrictionsin got the word on a Saturday at Five 57 Dances PLANNED to create a"homey" I start talking.

order to receive them. Those midnight, and he and his staff atmosphere in the .
dances five
who are able to contribute to had to employ much ingenuity School-sponsored messhalls, the experiment was It wasn't exactly that the 7-
in all with name bands pro
suggested in 1955 by Capt. C. H.
their adopted countries rather 'in rustling up comfort articles,
viding the music, are planned year-old disliked going to church;
than be a drain upon them, have milk, orange juice, doughnutsand fqr King Hall during the coming Milling the, Chief staff subsistence of Naval Air officerfor Re his chief objection was the long
been processed, which leaveson small toys for the childrenby pastoral prayer.
year, according to NATTCenter'sSpecial
Austria's hands the physically the time the plane came in at Services Department. serve training. Staff changes to So he was naturally apprehensive -

disabled, the inept, the unem- 5 a.m. Later they were providedby Each school, on its designateddate make better use of "kitchen"personnel when his father asked tho

ployable. As a matter of fact, the Base with a hearty break- April, June, August, Oc- pilot test station was ordered at once at, with the visiting minister to say grace at

McCotter* says, they are not eligible fast. tober and December will pro- the switch to china followinglater. dinner. But the prayer was brief
or employment in Aus- Incidentally, another former vide decorations for the event, and to the point. In pleased sur-
tria which must protect her NAS Jax Red Cross Field Direc- handle arrangements, and assist prise the youngster looked up
economy and her own people. tor, Allen G. Scarbrough, is now with the refreshments. The Air Force also is switching. and observed: "You don't prayso

The resulting situation of these en route for duty in Austria. A Valentine Dance, temporarily to china on a service-wide basis. long when you're hungry, do
displaced persons, not only the Before entering the Red Crossin set for Feb. 5, with Louis Jor The Air Force also tested glass you?"

Hungarians but earlier escapees 1942, McCotter had served dan's band providing the music, tableware which resulted in a .
from Poland with the Jacksonville Recreation food waste saving of $3,376.
East Germany and will be a generally-sponsored affair -
other satellite countries, is a des Department. Besides use of china at NAS Russ Gary Band
New York, installations of self.
......,...........,..., ....w...... ,. .. .. .. service steam coffee and
: i improved sculleries, the mess- To Play For EM

hall proper was brightened with

eight-man tables cut to four Dance Jan. 24
I I murals and pictures on the walls,
.5 plastic fireproof draperies at the
.1 A new name In show business,
I windows, and a two-place water
dispenser. at least locally, Russ Gary and

his orchestra, will play for an en-
4 .
p :fig 6 4 listed men's dance Thursday Jan.
Test Rubber WindowsFor
24 at Mainside Gym at 2000.

Jet Aircraft Billed as the "Hottest New
Name in Show Business" Gary
Transparent rubber that can has climbed the ladder since his

withstand temperatures up to 350 Army days when he had his own

degrees is being tested by the show. After a stint on the Paula
ygA k k 5 + ,
l T bg' MAMA y, Air Research and Development Stone show over MBS as a vocal-
ist, Gary Joined Jan Garber's orchestra -
Command In the windshields of
as featured vocalist
r supersonic planes.To .
He organized his own orchestra
be used as an interlay i in and has acquired the talent for
w f windshield glass, the new material I picking future hit tunes. He has
i I is expected to withstand at least frequently recorded and intro

twice as much frictioncausedheat duced tunes that have held tho
at high speeds as flexible No. 1 spot on the Hit Parade and

plastic. predicted their popularity. lie has
"OH, MY ACHIN1 BACK" That's what this F9F-8 Cougar Jet seems to be saying as youths Plastic now used in between four releases coming: "Cutie,''
from Jacksonville climb all over Its "back" to view "the works." The group'was among 375 youngsters glass softens and loses its shatter "Don't Mention "
Name "Too
who visited the carrier USS Lake Champlain docked at the Mayport Carrier Basin. The boys, My ,
who got a full tour of the ship, were taken on the trip by members of the Jacksonville Big Brothers proof qualities at extreme heat. Late for Tears," and "Singl)le Soda
and the Riverside Lions Club. (AFPS), With a Double Straw"


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Pago 6 JAX AIR NEWS 17 January 1957

I Resistance To Expansion Of Exchange Store Stocks Crops Up : EXCHANGE NAVY

The anticipated resistanceto on exchange operations. I official position as yet on the Defense National Retail Dry Goods Asso

expanded Navy Exchange TUB ORGANIZATION'S vice proposal. ciation.

stocks, covered in last week's president for intergovernmental THE RESIGNATION of Ray- The latter has declared its willingness

Jax Air News, came fast, affairs, said that his group and mond IL Fogler, assistant secre- to compromise on the

with a body blow struck by individual department stores tary of the Navy for material, proposed expansion of wholesale The Navy Exchanges are con-

the National Retail Dry would "inform every member of who approved the Defense ex- price limits, while NRDGA is ducting a January Clearance Sale

Goods Association. the House Armed Services Com- pansion plan and presented it to willing to let exchanges buy which offers unusual values to

Representing 8,100( department I mittee that the plan would be de- the chairman of the House better grades of presently authorized atrons.

stores of the country, the trade trimental to the retail industry. Armed Services committee, will merchandise but not to This general sale, affecting

group claimed that such expan I NRDGA was instrumental in' further hurt prospects for success stock any new items. many departments, is 'being conducted -

sion would "convert exchanges: bringing about the present restrictions I of the move. He had been a Approval or disapproval by the to clear seasonal merchandise -

into full line department stores: on exchanges. The I retailer for more than 40 years, House Armed Services committee and excess inventories of

and open the way for eventual American Retail Federation, senior a president of W. T. Grant and would affect only stateside ex- staple merchandise.

removal of all existing restraints trade group, has taken no Co., and a former director of the .

...... .... E.lecteesNamed
On Site M : changes.MOVIES to

Survey h \\: ::4 .. I

Board Here For Civilian Workers'Council -

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Thursday, Jan. 17 !

Bi-Annual StudyOn Mainside (drama) Nightfall BoardsResults

with Aldo Ray, Anne Ban- of the employees' elec-

Site Survey Division Party croft. Also Leave Us Chase It. .
ions held at the Station in December
No. 2, of the Office of the Naval NATTCenler Three Outlaws
have been compiled and
Inspector General, is aboard the (western) with Neville Brand the following employees will

Naval Air Station Jacksonvilleto and Bruce Bennett Also One
serve on Employees' Councils and
'' ,
appraise operations and man- a f w v leg
t Note Tony. Boards during. the coming year.
agement, and to make recom- 4 1
Hospital Long Gray Line
mendations as to the minimum v Y M Those elected to fill expired
levels required to support the \ k S ? (color drama CS) with Tyrone terms on the Board of Directors
Power and Maureen O'Hara.
s of the Employees' Associationwere
mission of the Station. '
.g Friday, Jan. IS Dorothy Farady and Edwin
Headed by Rear Adm. R. E. ;
Mainside Battle Station S. Robinson of the Overhaul and
Blick, the party arrived here at a %
,*. (drama) with John Lund and Repair Department, William II.
1600 Tuesday, after leaving NAS i
William Bendix. Also Ramblin Harden representing the Miscellaneous *
Glynco, Ga. where it had stoppedover ijdP
: Round Hollywood. Group, Gordon L. King
since Monday morning en
I NATTCenter Nightfall (drama from Supply and Joseph M. Hul-
route from NAS Anacostia. It!
will remain here until 0800 Wednesday -
lancroft; Also Leave Us ChaseIt. CHOSEN AS
i Employees'
Jan. 23 NAS :
inspecting uii .
Cecil Field and NATTCenter in Council members at Overhaul and

addition to NAS Jacksonville. Hospital Three Outlaws Repair were Luther Hendricks,

THE PARTY WILL continue to ,& (western) with Neville Brand chairman; Christine Hartwell and

NAS Sanford. and Bruce Bennett. Also One Albert D. Kaye, of Council No. I,
> .
._ Note Tony
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Traveling with Adm. Blick Council No. 2 will consist of John

are Capt. P. Lewis, executive assistant "SKY-HIGH REENLISTMENT" A record for a Nary high Saturday, Jan. 19 F. Leverence, chairman; Robert

; Capt. E. I{. Conklin, Industrial altitude shipping-over ceremony occurred high over the city of Mainside The Black Whip D[ Mann and Fred J. Smith, Jr.
and electrical lax last Friday when Russell Neighbors, ADI, (center) of Heavy (western) with Hugh Marloweand Council No. :3 Charles A.
engineer; Attack Squadron One was officially reenlisted at an altitude well
Capt. W. I{. Hilandv industrial over 45,000 feet, and the ASD Skywarrior was still climbing as the Colcen Gray Also Supersonic Whisenant, chairman; Edwin F.

engineer, aeronautical engineer, ceremony ended. Minutes after landing Neighbors was congratulated Age. Hubbard and Arnold P. Nabors.

research and development Capt.J. by Comdr. Joseph Dorrlnfton, skipper .rf VAH-1, while NATTCenter Battle Station Council No. 4 Albert L. White,
; Richard McKee, AQC, looks on. A veteran of 12 years service, drama
C. Radford industrial ( ) with John Lund and chairman; Hiram Fralick and
; Capt.M. Neighbors shipped over for six more.
11. Jordan, civil engineer, William Bendix. Also Ramblin Clarence W. Conner. Council No.

,. public works and BuDocks; Capt. Chief Bob Thiel Round Hollywood. 5 Albert L. Gregory, chairman;

W. M Snowden, medical, dental Guide Pamphlet e Ii Hospital Nightfall (drama) Dorothy Williamson and Percy ,

and I with Aldo Ray and Anne Ban B. Pike. Council No. 6 Ottis A.
matters Col. R.
chaplain ; L. Available To RetiredA '
Commended) croft. Also Leave Us Chase chairman
Houser, Marine Corps securityand It. Miller ; Cyrus H. King
fire guide book for retired -4.. and Richard P. Martin.
department; Comdr, J.
W. and Fleet Reserve personnel During a brief ceremony on Mother, sorting laundry, explains Council No. 7 Willis D. Cannon .
comptroller budget
aid fiscal, and general, messes; setting forth the rights, privil- Tuesday, Robert N. Thiel, PNC, to father: "He sent his college chairman; Mark A. Brazell

Comdr. eges, and benefits of retired was tendered a CommendationMast roommate's laundry, too. and Elmer J. Dorsey. Council No.
W. J. Wagner, aviation
matters. members, their dependents, by Capt. William S. Harris, Says it's the only way he can pay 8 Dorothy Farady, chairman;

and survivors will be ready NAS commanding officer. off a loan." Rufus H. Meriwether and ElbertD.
sup- Chief Thiel has been orderedto
sometime this month. Boise. Council No. 10 Law-
ply and retail stores; Comdr. G. Norfolk Va. for further
The publication, referred to .... rence P. Duck, chairman; and
D. Switzer, BuOrd matters; and left the Station Wednesday. ..,,-..
as "Navy Guide for Retired Walter I. Cornealy. Due to the
Comdr. K. S. Irwin, military r
lie has been leading chief of NAS
Fleet Personnel is des- lack of the partici-
clubs and required 50%
personnel, and messes, Military Personnel Division.
Special Services, Welfare and ignated NavPers 15891. pation, No. 9 Council will existin
lIe was cited for outstanding
Distribution will be made the Overhaul and Repair De
Recreation Aide, Secretary and services in performance of duty
the Bureau
recorder; Lt. J, S. Stader, Aide, automatically by his commendation read in part'As partment.
of Naval Personnel to all mem- SUPPLY
Department em-
secretary and recorder; H. E. Mc- Chief in charge of the Tran-
bers in a pay status on the retired ployees named to Council No.1were
personnel and industrial sient Personnel Office and Separ-
rolls, members retiringor James D. Crowder, chair-
hygiene; J. J. Wood,
Activity, and more recentlyas
transferring to the Fleet man; Gerald McLeod and An-
and transportation leading chief of the Military
Reserve at time orders are nelle Stokes. Council No. 2 -
equipment; S. Taylor, office Personnel division of this com-
issued and to ships and stations Elzie Byrd, chairman; Robert M
methods and
punch card installations
mand, have consistently -
you performed
for administrative use. and
S. .
Harvey Henry Young.Employees'
; and R. L. Tate, yeoman, your duties in a manner
Requests, with justification, Councils within the
While at NAS Jacksonville indicative of a keen sense of responsibility .
should be
for additional copies Public Works Department will\
they will operate from Room 104
an impelling mo-
submitted to the Chief of Naval comprise the following:
Administration Building, exten tivitation
to get the job done
Personnel (Attention Pers- Council No. 1 Horace Poole
sion 411, and the NAS confer. promptly and accurately . ,
G224). : chairman Clifton J. Nunnery and
ence room, extension 6690. Your energy, enthusiasm and interest -
"p t James H. Dixon.COUNCIL .
have stimulated those with) *

New Bill SNA'U whom you worked, and is indica- NO. 2 Johnnie
tive of your outstanding leader- Leavins chairman; Edward W
Crews and Otis J. Gamble.
ship ability. You have earned a
Council No. 3 Mathew J.
CareerIn -
highly deserved 'Well Done';
Grundig, chairman; Ernest J,
the 'hunt for ways to retain PromotedTo -tt t b=, Davis and Thomas E. Young.
Six More ,
''t 11v
skilled service personnel, Defenseis Council No. 4 Amos T. Lee,

not neglecting the nurses.A Chief Petty OfficerLast y chairman; Faunce R. McCulley.

career incentive bill for nur- s r "a of the petty officers at $ Elected tot h e Employees'

ses and medical specialists, sent NATTCenter who passed examinations Council in Fiscal Department are

to, Congress last week, would increase { last February received '$ Elizabeth Hoag, chairman; and

... from captain to major their certificates of promotion to '- Dorothy Yordan. Chosen as Em.

(lieutenant to lieutenant commander chief petty officer from Comdr ployees' Council Members in

) the permanent grade Wilfred E. Fleshman, executive gt iJti! Security Department were William

which the average career nurse officer, at personnel inspectionlast H. Harden, chairman; and

could expect to reach. Saturday. Bob E Williams.

For the Army and Navy, it Effective January 16 the following -4.*

would increase the number of officers were rated chief: Sidney ''" arrow ,; r "Why did you wait six month
in the lieutenant colonel Gruber, AEC; Theodis Dillard, after your marriage before takinga

(commander) grade and establish ATC; Harold Staats. PRC; Ken- A GEM-DanI Crayne, War- honeymoon?"

'the permanent grade of colonel ney Ney AQC; Richard Jones, ner Bros player, wean a black "Because we wanted to see how

(captain) for nurses. The Air: 'LUCi.M( TO SAY so# rrsb\ AKC; and Edward Johnson, AKC bathing la addition salt to dotted a string with of Jewels pearls the marriage worked out before

.- Force already has this grade FORVOUT All are acting appointments. around her ankle. spending the money."no ."

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17 January: 1957 JAX AIR NEWS Page 7FRUSTRATED .

Fliers Face

Green Cove

Here TonightJax r

Navy's Fliers return home

tonight after an extended road

r r trip to entertain the Green Cove

Navy Bullets at Mainside Gymat

Friday night they play host to

Ft. Stewart, Ga. Friday ,night at .

; : Mainside Gym, with game time : .: \ S I

set for 2000.

In their first try since the holi-
days, the Fliers took a 116-80

beating from the Parris Island

Marines here last Thursday.

Houck and Lewis paced the Ma-

rines with 25 and 20 points respectively -

while Marty Bosses
with 16 and Frank DeMent with
il ;\\: I-d.r" = u_ .
14 points, led the Fliers.
The Fliers take to the road AWARDS FOR GOLFERS Something unusual in the way
of individual awards, a set of club head rovers in Navy colors with
again Monday to play Ft. Gordon, player's name and name of team was presented to mem-
Ga. Signal Corps and again Tues- ben of the Jax Navy varsity golf inscribed week Lou Chaff, AOC,
day against Ft. Gordon PMGC. (right) shows off the head covers to Comdr. Robert II. Smith, NAS
Coach Frank McCaffrey's lads Jax executive officer, who made the presentation. Other team
members to receive the awards Included Bob Thiel, PNC; Sgt.
were on the road against NAS Jtttie Rivers; Mike Benak, AO1; and Lcdr. Walt Strader.
__ Glynco, Ga. Monday and Charleston
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Jax Navy's Chet Foster has one of his tosses S. C. Tuesday. Results Were AGO AvFund Off To Fast .
blocked by Buddy buck of Parris Island Marines during actionat not available. ,
I Mainside gym last Thursday. The Marines, too tall and too .
touch, downed the Fliers 11680. Also in the picture are Red Awards Set Start In Center Cage Play
Nicholsen (13)) PI; and Jim Good (Zi), Jax Navy. Banquet

f Coach Vince Anania's Aviation Ground Officers quintet, last
For Center AthletesThe
Training Center year's NATTCcntec intramural and Station champs, continued their
Center Claims 4 Special Services divisionat winning ways in last week's opener with a pair cf victories and

"- NATTCenter is planning an their 18th straight intramural basketball win.

StreamlinesSports Station Ccowns athletic awards dinner to be heldat With brace of stars in
a rangy
the end of this month. also with a pair of victories, the
Trophy cases at the Naval Tom Salvino and Johnny,Circino,I latest over Support Splinters, 60-
ProgramStreamlining All who in ath- ,
men competed the Ensigns swarmed over Aviation .
Air Technical Training Center 59, when Greg Meyers dumped ina
letics the Center will be invited
at and :
Storekeepers, 96-52, over
the 1957 intra- this year arc bulging with field goal from way out with
mural sports program at NATT- Naval Air Station awards as to attend the banquet. Naval Aviation Ordnance School, 8046. only 10 seconds left to play. Art
Air Weapons System School, win- Circino totaled 40 in the
Center, but still allowing all-out the Center's athletes, during points Landy tallied 27 and Hank Powell
of the
ner Captain's Trophy Jor
participation several changes 1956, swept four Station play two games. 20 for the losers who rallied from
the third consecutive will 1
have been made by the Athletic offs. A SURPRISING Aviation Fun- 18.31 half-time score to almost
be awarded
Council at the Center. permanent possessionof damentals team romped through win out.
Four Championships in all the cup during the accompanying -
Among the major changes is allowing were taken by the Center's ceremonies.The JOHNNY POWELL of Avia-
but one team to be entered Mainsidcrs Resume tion Storekeepers took over the
sport teams including basket- exact time and place of the
for points toward the Cap- ball, volleyball, touch football dinner will be announced in the Howling Play :Monday league's scoring lead with 64
tain Charles Moore trophy. Major and bowling. near future. points, earned against AGO and
sports will be given 300 points Competitive action in the Main- the Storekeeper's 84-45 victoryover

, for entry, while minor sports will Individual schools winning side intramural bowling leagueis Naval Air Weapons System
be allowed 150 points. Station titles were Aviation Championship slated to commence Monday, School. Don Ethell bagged 16 for

New point scoring methods for, Ground Officers, basketball; Begins 18thThe Jan. 21, To date some 25 teams the Missilemen.
minor sports also will be intro- Aviation Ordnancemen, foot- will be vying for laurels. I Aviation Electricians paced by

duced. The Athletic Council felt ball; Aviation Electrician's, 1957 Station golf champ Ken Newman's 18 points, downed

that sports requiring the greatest volleyball; Aviation Funda- ionship tournament will be held Crackcrjax Host Marine Aviation Detachment, 54-
Jan. 18 through Feb. 10.
number of players should take mentals, bowling. 43, with Dick Coppertino scoring
The tourney will consist of four
precedence over minor ones and Mainside's Administration Tomboys SaturdayThe 13 for the losers.NATTCrnttr.
flights, each flight made up of
be awarded points towards theCaptain's
took honors in golf, and VP-18 16 players. Qualifying rounds of Waves Crackerjax bas- BukftlmU
Trophy accordingly. ketball team will meet the At- W PA
units copped the softball title. 18 holes will be played from Jan. AGO 2 0 1 I'Km 9H
Larger schools or capableof 1828. lanta Tomboys at 1400, Jan. 20, AvKundSupSpllt 2 0 rte
fielding more than one team in King Hall. ) 1 I 109 98jrw
will be allowed to do so, but Personnel stationed at NAS Jax AO 1 1 123
The Jax quintet will be going -
188 Fit
VFP-62 VW-4 Sipply NAAS and retired AK 1 :
will Mayport per-
for victory
points entry or
after its first win of the MAD 0 ai M
not be considered in the Trophy sonnel are eligible. More infor- 1957 season after dropping two NAWS 0 3 83 134

standings. However, to make par- COp IM I Court Tills mation can be had at the golf close games to the Women Ma- --.S

ticipation as widespread as pos- Action resumed this week (in the shack. Ensign Don Glass, 1956 rines at Parris Island last Marines Hand
sible, league competition will be Mainside intramural basketball champ, is not aboard to defendhis weekend.

allowed _for_secondary-*.> _teams.Freelancer league Supply with notching_VFP-62 victories., VW-4. and title. JU First LossAfter

o Wood VFP-62 swamped 0 & R, 79-51, .:: downing Orlando AID

Scores In MeetJax with attack Norm with Harrison 29 points.leading John Hen-the on Friday and then bowing to the
airmen from Patrick on Saturday,
Freelance archer nessy and Bob Walters netted 12. : the NATTCenter Marine bas-
Navy i ;
Keith Welberg was high for 0 & ,
I Ii
Roger Wood captured the featured kcteers resumed their winning
R with 21 markers. ;
Broadhead Round in an invita- ( ways with a 65-60 upset victoryover
VW-4 drubbed the Marines 56- tii
tional meet held on the range of the Jacksonville University
the St. John's Bowmen. 37 as Robert Meadows and Joseph Dolphins Monday night at King

There were 32 competing arch- Rodgers spotlighted the winners'attack j!: ." : Hall.

ers entered in the afternoon'sivents. with 10 and eight points respectively The Marines sporting a new

i Jim Crawley of the ;:'i::" > /' > look with lour different faces in

Freelancer Bill Weatherby gar- Marines was high point man with : ,. ,"< r the lineup, all from AGO School

nered third place honors in the 17. overcame an 11-point deficit to
; t;
American Round "A" Division. Supply won on a forfeit from 'i'1<-,,:'." :. '. : '' come on to win in the closing

The Results: Fasron 109. ".<,... .":., ,.y' ::..r" : ...tII1.v..;. ,,.?, \',.; moments of play. Ensigns Tom

Broadhead: Roger Wood, 557,, ;. : {' : s ( \ 1e Salvino, Ernie Stewart,, John Cir-
Freelancers John Frieson 520, $ V'1:: cino and Bill Flanders
; Need I ?,.: ,:=. ; providedthe
Gainesville; Jerry Rogers, 510, St.: Fliers In ". '". : brunt of the impetus for the

John's; John Williams. 507, Of More PlayersJax ./, "".'I, -t/ ...,.. .:", victory, the first defeat for Jax
Gainesville. .. ". University in 10 starts. .
in bad '
Navy's Fliers are : ,
American, Class "A": Pat Porter need of experienced basket- '.'<' ..,,.. :. ;. -, I Salvino paced the way for

520, St. John's; Thomas O'- ball players. Anyone interestedin "" i:' : I" NATTCenter with 18 points and

Brien, 413, St. John's; Bill Wea- playing for the Fliers should .; I : ': Cirino's timely shots accountedfor

therby, 406, Freelancers; Fred Coach Frank McCaf rw Y ,, 13. John Pittman was high
Davenport, 389, St. John's. Services, Build- J ': .J : man for the Dolphins with 20
frey at Special : : .; .. points.

Volleyballers. Host ing 930. NOT ENOUGH Jim Pugh's IB points for Aviation Electri Riding the crest of their latest

Pinecastlc interestedin cian's Mate School again Aviation Fundamentals wasn't enough victory, the Marines encounter ..'
Friday gym at 1830. Anyone as the Preps surprised AE with a 75.69 victory to open the NATT- the MacDill AFB five here at
Jax Navy's varsity volleyballteam trying out for the team can Center intramural basketball league last week. Surrounding Pugh
clashes with Pinecastle Air contact W. W. Smith at extension (left to right) are Ed Riley, no number: Sammy Miller ((24); Fred King Hall at 2000 tonight
Force Base Friday at Mainsfde 653. Dammeyer (21)); Pat Jones ((23)) and Norm Eckles ((22)). (Thursday)..

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I ,


!'ageI\ JAX AIR NEWS 17 January: 1957

;} Employment Policy Outlined jI: S..5 VN &mmI

\ For Navy Civilian PersonnelIt Small Apt.FOR Furn.RENT near Roosevelt

Hwy; EV 96480. Neil
is the policy of the Department of the Navy that equal oppor- (Rm. Apt. Furn Near NAS, 4815

tunity for employment be afforded all qualified persons consistent San Juan Ave., EV 9-6687;
with law and to prohibit discrimination against employee or applicant Swick. '

l for employment because of race, color, religion, or national -Bdrm.. Unfurn. CB house. Lake

I origin. Shore. EV 7-3953; Ocant.

To assure that this policy is 4-Rm.. Upper Unfurn. Apt. Kit.
filed within ten days after the effective -
I carried out, the Secretary of the date of the action. Com- } Equipped, 2580 Riverside. $70.

Navy has designated Mr. CharlesL. plaints arising from other per- Avail. Feb. 1; Cowart Apt. 2.

Peck, Special Assistant to the sonnel actions should be filed Duplex Apt. Furn. $70.' 5934 Wes

Assistant Secretary of the Navy within 45 days after the effective 4, r7 wI f., i' connett Blvd. EV 8-6362; Oak.

(Personnel and Reserve Forces) date of such action. ley.
as the Department of the Navy 2 bedrooms, Furn. $10 Single to
Employment Policy Officer to assure The complainant is entitled toa ': l+ $14 Dbl. Gar. Avail 4756 Pal-

compliance with Executive representative of his choice to : & mer Ave. Dent, after 5 .

Order 10590 which sets forth theGovernment's assist him in pursuing his com- : Furn. Cottage :for couple. On
plaint. If after informal
negotia- Lake Front.
non-discriminatory $60. CO 4-8036;
employment policy. tion with the Deputy Employ- Gross.

THE COMMANDING officer of ment Policy Officer the com- 3-Rm.. Gar. Apt. Furn. $60. EV
plainant is not satisfied with the
9-8527 Houstin.
NAS Jacksonville ;
designatedthe results he will be entitled to a MISCELLANEOUSWanted
administration officer to be
personal hearing. If the com-
the : Riders from Springfieldarea
Deputy Employment Policy plainant is still not satisfied after
to NAS via
Officer for this College: St.
activity to assure -
with Executive the hearing, the entire case file 7:30: to 4. Ph. Rosenburg, Ext.
compliance will be forwarded to the Depart- 4i. 533.
Order 10590 and established policies .S
of the ment of the Navy Employment .. Wanted: Ride from Park and
of Defense
Policy Officer for
review and
Stockton to NAS. Hours 7
and Department of the to
determination. The complainantif 3:30.: Ph. Bandosz, Ext. 8386.
Navy. still not satisfied with the decision Wanted: Ride from Murray Hill
An employee, an applicant, or then reviewof
may request
to NAS. Hours, 7:30: to 4. Ph.
a duly authorized spokesman of a the case by the President's Eckles, Ext. 8246 or EV 9-8754
duly constituted group or organi. Committee on Government Employment -

zation who feels that he has a Policy.EMPLOYEES .
complaint, may submit his complaint are urged to sub. EM May

either to the Deputy Em mit their complaints to the Deputy -
{' (Coat from Page 1))
R x.0
Officer S
ployment Policy
Depart Employment Policy Officer ----
ment of the Navy Employment i first in order that the completefile sonnel will be divided into the

Policy Officer or the President's may be worked up and the same two phases as the course

Committee on Government Em- case sejtled'' at the activity, if t'S. for submarine personnel.

I ployment Policy possible. Complaints to the Dep S c 4 ., ,. THE TRAINING program :for
The complaint to be acceptable uty Employment Policy Officer SS ; the Army Package Power Re-

must contain sufficient facts and should be addressed to Room actor is not yet fully developed,
s' f :, ? K but it is expected that it will follow -
t circumstances to support the spe- 231, Administration Building, No. %, ep4S i

cific allegation of discrimination.The 1, NAS Jacksonville 12, Florida. ., ,...., lines similar to those discussed -
$ ,; ; ::: ::: 4 :w.; :;
L; : ;;: rl: ?:"" t. Mr::;: Wy;: > /; rtt:;]: r' w--\r: : : ".w above.Eligibility
complaint should include The department of the Navy' .
such facts as the date of the ac- Employment Policy Officer, Mr. Gatewood, ADZ, attached to the flight line crew at NAAS Man: Ort, requirements for
')} tion, whether it is based on race, I II Charles L. Peck, is located in is shown with his prize catch, a 41 ii pound red bass he snared the volunteer programs include:
[i color, religion or national origin, Room 4E810, Pentagon Building, under unusual circumstances. He* was walking along the pier at USN personnel of the HM ratingin
the specific action, official responsible Washington 25, D.C. Correspon- Mayport when he spied this bass sunning himself, he ran back to pay grades E-6 and E-7 and
his car to eet.hitlpear (he's a spear,fishing enthusiast) and ,
for such action dence to the President's Com- the following ratings in
and all shot at the fish. lie hit it the first lick, but the spear did not pay
other factual information p rtt-! mittee on Government Employ- penetrate. He trailed the fish diligently and when It came in sight grades E-3 through E-7, MM, BT,
rent to the complaintIF ment Policy should be addressedto again, he let the spear fly and bingo 4Ui pounds of the nicest FP, MR, ET, IC; EM, EN, and IM;

) THE COMPLAINT is in Room 308, U. S. Civil Service red bass you ever saw. be not more than 30 years of

connection with a discharge action Commission, Washington 25, D.C. I age; a volunteer for the pro-

such complaint must be THE COMPLETE statement of NAS Supply SEAMAN WALKS 961 gram; ; have minimum test scoresin
the Secretary of the Navy regarding GCT, ARI and MAT/MECH of
I (Coat from Page 1) MILES DURING BOOT
l non-discrimination as ad- 55 each; be a high school grad

New Fund dressed to employees and super- Army and Air Force. Sailors in boot camp do a uate (or have GEC equivalent);

(Cont. from Page 1) visors of the Navy Department is At present Nadine is the only lot of walking, one seaman at be recommended by commanding -
1 the as follows: "It am taking this I San Diego, Calif proved. officer; and have a minimum
program directs. one at NAS Jax who can operate : A apprentice tryingto of four
means to personally inform Navy seaman years' obligated serviceor
Each will
solicited be
person employees and supervisors thatit the transceiver. Installed in a 'show that most men walk ([ be willing to extend or re-
supplied an envelope at the
time he is given a pledge card so is the policy of the Departmentof snug, glass-enclosed compart about 1,000 miles during boot enlist) at time of reporting for
the Navy to provide equal of training just about made his the course of instruction.
that, at his selection, his gift may opportunity ment on the second deck
be sealed by him and sent to the in employment to all Building 110, there is scarcely point. Further information can be

organization of his choice. qualified persons, consistent with space for more than one person. Dcnnard Day wore a pedo- found in BuPers Inst. 1540.33, of

Plans for the local 1957 Navy the law; to prohibit discrimination But three more employees are meter during his nine weeks of 11 Dec. 1956. ,_

drive, conforming with the new against employees or appli- I being trained. When all the "boot" camp and walked 961 .
cants for employment because of miles in completing the required -
policy, are already underway and "bugs" are removed, which will
will be announced soon, authorities !- race, color, religion or national take about a month, the local de cycle. (AFPS) CordincrCont

saveTilE origin; and to assure the right of partment expects to be able to ( from Page 1)
appeal as provided by executive satisfy its customer activities
organizations Ass'nHas than of their .
Fleet Reserve money 13,000 superiors
order 10590 from violation of
include the American any with a dispatch never before pos-
this in E-7, only because they've
Cancer Society, American Heart policy. sible. Capitol HomeThe been around so long. A recom

Association, Arthritis and Rheu- Full compliance of this policy Interim requisitions are trans Fleet Reserve Associationhas mended scale revision would pre.
will insure that personnel actionsare
matism Foundation, Muscular mitted instantaneously in Phila- vent such from
based 'on merit and fitness. moved to its own national overlapping one
Dystrophy Association of America delphia as the cards :fed into the grade to another.As .
at 1303 New Hampshire -
National Multiple Sclerosis transceiver here are duplicated headquarters
for an equal raise for
Society, National Society for simultaneously at ASO. Emer- Ave. NW, Washington, D.C. all, the committee pay believes that

Crippled Children and Adults, gency requisitions are trans- The FRA has 50,000 members., tends only to encourage what

National Tuberculosis Associa- '\' mitted daily a) 1200 EST, and they call "soft-skilled" men to

tion and the United Cerebral routine requisitions from 1700 on, NA D D AALO stay In.

Palsy Association. sometimes as late at 2300 when IOT IR
As for what about
The Community ChestUnitedFund business is brisk. aatsaaaaunua N TAN
campaign will probably N E SEPRI the :first class who has passed
THE TENTATIVE date for full T R ME tests for chief repeatedly and the
continue to be held in conjunctionwith
operation of the system is Marchof 0sra ana second who has qualified :for
the city-county campaign, 33 annnuaa ua
this But by mid-Feb- first but can't find
year. maacaaan a vacancy7Pointing
usually in October. The campaign
ruary, Lt. H. E. Thurman Jr., aanamaaaAOE out that a man who has
benefitting the listed health organizations -
who heads the Machine Records T P TR made chief at an early age has
will be held within
Division, and members of his 8 ASTRAL no incentive to go forward, the
six-weeks period between Jan. 1 OT 'LIVED
staff will start to evaluate it. D N Navy would like to see special
and April 30. The American Red
ASO acts as a relay station, as; grades:" above E-7 established.
Cross in Duval is included
County 2 Puzzle) .
received and (Answer to Page .
requisitions are
in the United Fund, so
transmitted to other supply Banquet: Cold lamb chop and
presumably will not benefit local-
The or elsewhere. faded green peas completely sur
points for action. primary .
ly by a separate campaign.
.. rx mission of the NAS Supply De- Although the new electronics rounded by dull. .speakers..

A three-year-old was strugglingwith ..121.d partment is to support the fleet equipment is quite expensive-

the back button of his long MIGHTY MITE Displayed with aviation material, and the its rental and leased telephone MDB Payments Due

underwear. Finally he gave up, next to a small shirt button fleet may be at any of the shore line is now borne by ASO-the' Mutual Death Benefit Society
trotted to his mother and said, which It approximates in size is establishments in the continental immediacy in requisitioning vital members are reminded that assessments -

"Mommy, open my bathroom the energizer first which electric powers wrist theworld's United States, or even in certain materials without previous delay No. 73 and 74 are due

door, please." watch available to the public. situations in the Mediterranean I makes it cheap' at. any price. by Jan. 22.

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