Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 15, 1961
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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: Retirements PermittedInvoluntary

>r LlPUIi3 Extension

Rules Are Now RevisedThe

Vol. 19. No. 33 U. S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 16 November 1961 Commander in Chief Atlantic Fleet has announceda

revision of the rulings concerning the involuntary extension -
? of active duty personnel in ALLANT 45..
This directive- additionally
covers all USN and USNR personnel Personnel in those ratings are involuntarily -

a including designated strikers extended accordingto
excepting those holding the following schedule: per-
authorization for transfer to Fleet sonnel with EAOS occurring in

... Reserve and members of the January 1962 are extended for
selected reserve crews, whose four months; and personnel with
< }? EAOS occurs within period Jan- EAOS occurring in February
>' 1962 are extended for three
t ..,. uary 1, 1962 through February
: months.
28, 1962 inclusive.
These personnel are in the The ALLANT also' stated that
}'i< oc<{ati4 4Y the of ALLANTFLT
part 31
Kra: following ratings: QM, SM, RD, per-
SO, GMT, FT, ET, RM, EM, SF, taining to the involuntary extension -
DC, ADJ, AT, AO, AQ, and PR. of personnel holding authorization -
15"k" for transfer to the
Fleet Reserves is cancelled. Nov-

t Congressman ember and December Fleet Re-
O serve personnel will be releasedon

the date originally scheduled.
October Fleet Reserve person-
Bennett WillAddressAFMA nel will be released upon receiptof

the directive or as soon there-
: Q
.y after as possible.The .
i y.s involuntary extension of

> personnel in the AM rating willie
r. Congressman Charles Bennett terminated on January 2,
will be the principal speaker ata 1962.
special dinner meeting of the Personnel involuntarily extended -
Jacksonville Chapter of the Arm- under the provisions of
ed Forces Management Associa- ALLANTFLT 31 and ALLANT-
tion Sunday at the Officers Club FLT 38 will have their periodsof
aboard the Station. involuntary active duty amended -
DON'T BELIEVE YOUR EYES-No there's not two LCDR W. P. Vosseler's In Patrol Squad. Bennett will talk on "The Cur- to coincide with the following
ton 18 as it appears here, its Just a photographic trick to point up the fact that LCDR Vos.aeler' -
Crew Four hal won the squadron's "Crew of the Month" award two months In a row. rent Picture in Congress" and is periods: personnel whose normal
CDR W. W. Honour (left), VP-18 commanding officer flanked by LCDR Vosseler representing expected to touch on how legis- EAOS occurred during the monthof
crew as last month's winner, tenders the award flag to LCDR Vosseler, also on. hand to receivethe lation is affecting the Jackson- October 1961 will complete
pennant for his crew which is also the winner of this months award. ville area.Sunday's. their involuntary extension in

gathering, which willbe March 1962; personnel whose
NAS Personnel the first to which wives have normal EAOS occurs during
Top Country Western been invited, will open with a months of November and De-
I Inspection Set social hour at 1800, with the cember 1961 will complete involuntary -
dinner set for 1930. extensions in April
Stars Dec. 15A For December 7 Also on the' program will be 1962.
An NAS personnel inspec- the installation of a new presi- Enlisted personnel filling Bur-
tion will be held by the Com- dent, to be decided by ballot. eau of Naval Personnel con-
star-studded cast featuring some of the nation's top manding Officer at 0730 on The club's first president, RADM trolled billets will be extended,
country and western radio-TV recording artists is being Friday, December 1, at the James Reedy, departed the Sta- if required, by separate BuPers
prepared by Navy Jax Special Services for members of the parade ground at YorktownAve. tion in August. directives.
NAS Composite Recreation Fund. Dubbed the "Dogpatch ., and Gillis St. Established in May of this A determination of require-
Jamboree," the talent-packed song and dance fest will be All personnel, including year at the Naval Air Station, ments for involuntary extensionsof
held at the Jacksonville Coliseum December 15 from 1930 those in the daily duty section, the Jacksonville Chapter is grad- personnel whose EAOS occurs -
to 0130. except those actually stand- ually becoming one of the larg- subsequent to February
Among the nationally popular ing watches, and blood donors est and most active units with 1962 will be made and published
entertainers already signed to between October 27 and De- 125 members.The approximately two months in
appear at the "Jamboree" is ThanksgivingDinner cember 1 will attend. Association is a national advance.
Webb Pierce, "The Wondering Regimental muster will be non-profit organization devotedto The Enlisted Distribution Of-
Boy" of Grand Ole Opry fame at 0700 and Officer's Call at the improvement of management fice, Atlantic Fleet will review
and one of only seven persons GuestsTo 0715. throughout the Defense De- the current and projected statusof
ever voted into the Country and Uniform for the inspectionwill partment. Local membership is each activity to determine
Western Hall of Fame as an All be Full Dress Blue "B" comprised of military and civil- whether or not any personnel
Time Great. Be AllowedNaval for Naval Personnel. Marine Ian personnel and management extended by this directive can

Ferlin Husky, Capitol Records' uniforms will be prescribedby personnel of area industrial firms. be released early.

fair-haired boy whose records personnel authorized to the commanding officer,
sell alongside those of Frank subsist at the General Mess, including Marine Barracks.
Sinatra, Nat "King" Cole and those drawing commuted y... %:
Tommy Sands will be on board i rations, will be permitted to

also, along with Minnie Pearl, have guests for Thanksgivingdinner Air News Copy
America's foremost country-style on Thanksgiving Day,
comedienne; Carl Perkins, "Mr. November 23. Personnel may
Blue Swede Shoes" himself, giv- have their wives, all of their Needed Early
ing forth with his 'rock-n-roll,' children and both parents as
'pop,' 'rock-a-billy' and country guests. If they have no immediate For Next IssueSince

music;Billy Grammer,who is said family here, they may have
to be one of the most promisingstars one non-family guest, either ladyor Thursday, November 23
gentleman. the next regular publication date r
to sweep across the countryin
for The Jax Air News, is Thanksgiving
Special meal for
many a year; and Columbia guests
Day and a legal national -
Recording artist, Norma Jean, and personnel on commuted rations -
holiday, the next issue wil
will be sale
who'll "pretty up the premises"and on by the mess :
be distributed on Wednesday,
hall cashiers NAS
prove that they really grow at and NATTU November 22.
'em pretty and talented in Okla- during the noon meals through
In view of this ]
day-early pub
homa. November 22 to allow sufficient
lication all photographs for the
advance planning for preparationof
With these outstanding person- next issue should reach the Air
alities in country music, rock-n- the dinner. News office by 1200 Monday, _
roll and pop already signed to Charges will be $1.00 for civilians November 20 and all written FAREWELL GIFT-Mrs. Pearl Smith (left), president of
appear and' possibly others to 80 cents for enlisted news material by 1200 Tuesday, Navy Wives Club 86, holds present to be presented as a fare-
well gift to Mrs. Alice (right), at the Park
come, the "Dogpatch Jamboree" personnel on 'commuted rations November 21.Submission. Meyer Dewey clubhouse -
last Thursday. Present for the luncheon and presentationwas
stands to be the biggest arrayof and 60 cents for children under of all material Mrs. James
possible R. Compton (center), wifo of the NAS com-
popular name radio-TV recording 12 years of age. on Friday November 17, by manding officer. Mrs. Meyer, who is leaving Jax for Bainbridge,
artists ever assembled Dinner will be served from units would be of great assist Md. Is the National Treasurer of the Navy Wives Clubs, past
(Please president of the Jocal wive's club and also past vice president of
turn to page 6, col. 5)) 1200 to 1430. ance. ,the Southeast Regional Navy Wives Clubl.Jfl .



16 November 1961
Page 2 lAX AIH' NEWS
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CAPT J. R. Compton _Commanding OffIcer
CDR Walter! J. Schub -Executive Officer
PlMt. Air jMboMVtU, NA 4MB
RADM Joseph M. Canon Commander
CAPT Vincent Casey _Chief of Staff, FalrJu
CAPT C. L Moor, Jr. -ChIef of Staff, NAB Six
Fleet Air Wtag iieven
CAPT Ktnfro Turner, Jr. Commander
CAPT Andrew H. Cowart _Chief Staff Officer
Naval Jr TtctmtoW Training" Untt
CAPT Hirtitl D. Allen _Commanding; Officer 2
CUR Eugene F. Wdtry Executive Officer
Navel Hospital
CAPT R. O. Canada _Commanding Officer
CAPT Stephen H. Tollni _Ex cutlvt Officer
Naval Air Res.rw Training Unit
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. _Commanding Officer
CDR William M. Miller rnA\v\ OffIcer

Printed ommwaialV with non-cpproprUtW fund 'In Jacksonville, Florid ino
*KP.M. to the goverNMnt and In comp liana with NAVEXOS P45 Rev. July
1W& Distributed frt of charge to military and civilian/ personnel of Fleet Al
Jadnonvtila, Naval Air STatton, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing
11, Naval Air Reserve' Training Unit and U.s. Naval HoipHal.
CDR Alex N. Mclnnli Jr. Service Information Officer
Andrew H. Plane/ Assistant Service Information Officer
News Editor-Arthur A. Sloeumb Staff-Ma Spencer JOI Sandy Martln on, I
JOSN, Ralph Bailey, SN. Photographer, Joy Moraau, PH2.
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and International -
Councils of Industrial Editors.
The Jax Air News It a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Materiel
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit I la given. Photographs
unless, otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographa.
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone
axtmlona 8164. 656, 272 or 216. OUTSTANDING WORKERS-Receiving a group award for superior achievement in their
duties with the Ledger Control Section, Accounting Division of Comptroller Department last weekin
the photo at top were (left to right) Annell Stokes Margie Mattingley, supervisor Gwen Jen-
Who Is Protected? sent Matilda Horner; Virginia Wiggins; Lillian Weathers; Evelyn Champa Mary Dukes and LT
John S. Vishneski Jr. Fiscal officer, who made the awards. In the lower photo LT Vishneski
presents cash awards for superior achievement to (left to right) L. G. Rosenquist, Ed Bickley,
Ruth Stecher, Margie Mattingley, Dorothy Yordan, Mary Hughes, Mary Warden and Ruth
Financial Aid Open To Webb, all of the Accounting Division, Fiscal Department.

Many Using Relief ActSecond Up The Ladder With CiviliansThe

following NAS Jacksonville -
civilian employees have to Electronics Mechanic; Frank- Aircraft Mechanic (General) to
( of a series) been promoted in accordancewith lyn B. Dixon, Aircraft Mechanic I Aircraft Mechanic (General) ;
covered (General) to Assistant Planner Earl B. Mally, Aircraft Preservation -
Only "persons in the military service" are by the Station's Merit Promotion -
include and Estimator (AMG) ; Bernard Mechanic to Aircraft Me-
the Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act. They : Program:
S All personnel on extended active duty, either In- Overhaul and Repair Depart- J. Eggers, Aircraft' Mechanic chanic (Motor); Ralph J. Mal-;:
ductees, regulars, members of the National Guard Reserves, ment promotees are: James B. (General) to Aircraft Examiner; phurs, Helper Electrician to Aircraft -
or volunteers, serving with the Army, Navy, Air Force, Ma- Allen, Aircraft Cleaner to Aircraft Walter R. Farrar Jr., Operations Electrical Equipment ,In-
rines or Coast Guard. Mechanic (Motor) ; RobertL. Analyst (Aircraft Assemblies) staller; Lester McClendon, Helper -
All officers of the Public Health Service on duty with Allen Jr., James E. Kersey, to Planner and Estimator Aircraft Mechanic (Motor) to
the military services, andO Manton M. Maple and Roswell (AMG) ; Grady L. Finley and Aircraft Preservation Mechanic;

All persons either training or studying under gov- P. Powell Jr., all from Aircraft Ray J. Wilkins, both from Aircraft Robert G. Moore, Aircraft Me- I
ernment supervision prior to induction into the Armed Ser- Assembler to Aircraft Mechanic Examiner; Walter R. Far- chanic (General) to Inspector

vices.In (General) ; Paul C. Ames, Assistant rar Jr., Operations Analyst (Aircraft (Metals).
addition, in some cases certain benefits are allowedto Planner and Estimator Assemblies) to Planner and Robert L. Morin, Aircraft
dependents of military personnel and to persons having (AMG) to Planner and Estimator Estimator (AMG) ; Grady L. Engine Accessories and Parts
guaranteed obligations of service personnel. (AMG) ;. Paul R. AndersonJr. Finley' and Ray J. Wilkins, both Repairman to Aircraft Mechanic
Under the Civil Relief Act you are protected for the ., Aircraft Mechanic (General) from Aircraft Engine\ Assemblerto (Motor) ; Jesse D. O'Quinn, Pro-
duration of your active duty and for the most part for to Assistant Production Controlman Aircraft Mechanic (Motor); duction Dispatcher to Aircraft
short periods after separation. Your active duty date begins (AMG) ; John H. Arnold, Daniel B. Finney, and Jack Manus Engine Assembler; Charles J.
when you enter the service and terminates when you are Ben J. Bailey, Marion Rice Jr., both from Helper' Painter to Paige Jr., Aircraft Examiner to
separated. Both enlisted reservists and draftees may ask for Donald H. Bryant, William R. Painter; Mabron G. Hill, EmmettP. Employee Development Officer,
relief as soon as they get orders to report for active duty. Johnson, Jesse D. Kindred and Prevatt, Albert W. Rutan, and GS-9; Bert B. Poston Jr., Helper -
Protection under the provisions of the Relief Act ap- Luther A. Wainwright, all from John W Sauerall from Painterto Aircraft Mechanic (Motor) to 1
plies to lawsuits in any court in the United States, from a Aircraft Metal Fabricator to Painter (Aircraft Finish and Aircraft Mechanic (Motor) ;
Justice of the Peace Court to the United States Supreme Metalsmith (Aviation). Insignia) ; Richard I. Harnois Robert 'H. Roberts and Jacob C.

Court.In. Also, Howard E. Baker and Joseph P. Plumley and Lang- Willis, both from Assistant Pro-
order to understand some of the terms used in ex- Joseph H. Roberts, both from ford Strunk, all from Metalsmith duction Controlman (AMG) to (
plaining the Relief provisions applicable to lawsuits, fol- Helper Aircraft Mechanic (Rubber (Aviation) to Operations Analyst Assistant Planner and Estimator
lowing is a brief rundown on the procedures used in filinga ) to Aircraft Mechanic (Rub- (Aircraft Assemblies) ;Floyd (AMG); Roy Shank, Mechanical

lawsuit. ber) ; James H. Blalock, Production 2. Gray, Metalsmith (Aviation) Engineer (Industrial Equipment),
The "plaintiff" is the person who files the complaint. Dispatcher to Aircraft to Inspector (Aircraft Air- GS-9 to same, GS-11; Joe F.
The person whom the complaint is filed against is knownas Mechanic (General); Robert M. frames) ; Edwin S. Harris, Tool- Stone, Aircraft Cleaner to Painter (
the "defendant"; the written document' filed with the Brandon, Aircraft Examiner to room Attendant to Toolroom I ; Edward B. Tower, Aircraft
court is called the "complaint." Inspector (Aircraft Electronics Mechanic; Edward E. Harrison,' Metal Fabricator to Heat Treater -

Ordinarily, a lawsuit is begun when either the plaintiffor System) ; Mary Ann Brooks, Aircraft Mechanic (Motor) to ; and Floyd L. Widdows and
his attorney acting in his behalf, files the complaint with C I e r k-Stenographer GS-3 to Operations Anaylst (Aircraft As- Guy F. Wimpee, both Helper
the proper court. The complaint states, the reason for filing same, GS-4; Tom Brown Jr., semblies), Aircraft Instrument Mechanic to t

the suit. \ Jack Copeland and Herman W. Further Thomas A. Henry and Aircraft Instrument Mechanic.

After the suit is filed the defendant must be notifiedby Lee, all ''from. Helper. AircraftMechanic Carl W. Tyler, both from Aircraft Promoted at Public Works_ ..,Department __- ]
the plaintiff of the action being brought against him by (oMtor) to Aircraft Cleaner' to Aircraft Engine were: James w.0- ,o"-
serving him with a formal written notice, known, as a "sum- Engine Assembler; Willis D. Can- Assembler; Robert D. Holden zeal and Billy Kellum, both t
mons." non, Aircraft Mechanic (Motor) and James R. Holton, both from from Truck Driver (Heavy) to
The defendant contests the suit by filing a written do- to Inspector (Metals) ; EdmondE. Aircraft Mechanic (General) to Automotive Equipment Operator -
cument called an "answer" in which he states reasons why Chitty, George B. Creech, Inspector (Aircraft Assembly) ; ; Timothy Robinson and (
the plaintiff should not win'a judgment in his favor.A David E. Deeds and James B. Edwin H. Holmes, Assistant David Way, both from Truck
judgement by default is entered by the court when Harper trical all from Aircraft Elec- Production Controlman (AMG) Driver to Truck Driver (Heavy); t

the defendant does not file an answer within a specifiedtime Electrician Equipment( Installer to to Inspector (Aircraft Assembly) ; and Ernest T. Miller, Electrical ]
Aircraft) ; and Char- Robert
L. Hyer, Helper Metal- GS-7.
stated in the summons. Engineer, GS-5 to same,
les M. Cobb
Aircraft Accessories smith
(Aviation) to
Both side are heard by the court at the trial. A Judge- and Equipment Repairmanto Mechanic Aircraft Employees promoted in the
(General) Omer
ment in favor of one of the parties is issued. In a lawsuit Aircraft Mechanic (General)). Kelly, Aircraft Engine; Assembler E. miscellaneous groups were: (
concerning money, The decision of the court may order the Also promoted at O&R were: to Aircraft Mechanic (General Harold M. Palmer, Helper Pipe-
defendant to pay or state that the complaint is not Justifiedthe William D. Denton, Felix I. Joseph Koteny, Aircraft Instru-) ; fitter, Public Works Dept., to (
- defendant does not owe anything.If Jacobs Anthony J. Lukaszew ment Mechanic to Assistant Production As st. Production Controlman

the court orders the defendant to pay and he doesn't ski, Edwin"J. McCully Jr., Wil- Controlman (AIM) ; El-- (AMG), O&R Dept.; Dorothy Clerk K., t
have any money or property, the amount may still be col- lie W. Moran and Elliott L. Tu- ward P. LeCompte and Charlie I Yordan, Fiscal Accounting
lected years later when he does. ten, all from Radio Mechanic: H. North, both 'from GS-3, Comptroller Dept.,
Helper (Please turn to page 6, col. 5)) 1


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16 November 1961 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

Marine Corps Anniversary Highlights Pennsylvania

,. Korean BonusIs

Yx q
p additional 30,000 Pennsyl-
vania veterans may be eligiblefor

payments under a new

4 I amendment to the state's Korean
Veterans Bonus Law enacted by

-- UY the State Legislature and signedby

Gov. David L. Lawrence.

Veterans declared ineligible
'' '
because of the law's provisions
,.., :. ,':. ..' ,
',' ."., :, ,.,. .""v. .. regarding career servicemen
should file another applicationfor

reconsideration under the

amended law, the Bonus Bur-

eau said.

,gq' h'> ,d:: .. ..2Eoe ..,..,.
egC.q..nQYSk "";' '::.f'3". ; ''+C. ':x k Dore o e a :e t K tilfi%yrry.ja'.k': : :; y.v. Correspondence should be addressed -

to the Korean Conflict

x Veterans Compensation Bureau,

Room 207, South Office Bldg.,

Harrisburg, Pa.FLEET .



All Navy and Marine Corps

-Ejr- personnel eligible for member-

ship in the Fleet Reserve Asso-

ciation are cordially invited to
iL E suOY < attend the regular meeting of

Branch 126 at the meeting hall

; t X at 4530 120th St., in Yukon, Fla.,

beginning ,tonight, Thursday,
November 16, at 2000.

.< Branch 126's annual turkey
186th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS-Three gala anniversary balls by Marines stationed aboard NAS Jax marked their shoot will begin at 0900, Satu -
celebration of the 186th birthday of the founding of the U. S. Marine Corps on November 10, 1775 last week. In the top left photo.
Col. Frank R. Porter Jr. commanding officer of the Marine Air Reserve Detachment cuts the three tiered cake during ceremoniesat day, November 18, at 6670 103 d
the Officer's Ball at the NAS Officers Club on Thursday night. RADM Joseph M. Carson, (center), ComFairJax and ComNabSix St., west of Blanding Blvd.
was the officer's guest of honor. LtCol. W. I. Armagost (right), assisted in the ceremony. Staff Sergeants Richard L. Bregler and .Twelve guage shotguns! will be
Earl M. Henson both of NAMTD in the upper right photo were cake escorts at the Staff Non-commissioned Officers Ball held at used and persons may use those
the Riverside Women's Club. Jacksonville on Friday night. The first slice of the birthday cake there was presented to the oldest
available their
Marine at NAS. MSgx. Jerome Greco by Col. Porter who performed the honors there also. Sgt. Leonard F. Genereux oldest Marinein or bring own.
the sergeants and below category, received the first piece of the birthday cake at their Ball in the Bluejackets Inn on Friday A
I night from LtCol. Duane Fults commanding officer Marine Barracks in the lower left photo. Seventeen-year-old Pvt. John F. hearty congratulation was
Howard of MAD, received the second slice of the cake for being the youngest Marine aboard from LtCol. Fults. extended to all newly selected
chief petty officers for Senior

and Master Chief rank in December

MOVIES Navy Says SCORE ProgramIs I NATTU Honormen Walter,Johnson.by Branch President

F. A. Sutton Jr., AA, AO(A)
Thursday, Nov. 16 School 86.36. Information about the FRA

Mainside-Twenty Plus Two,I Drawing Big ResponseResponse P. U. Burcham, AE1, AEB( ) may be secured by calling John-
1900 only. School 85.20. son at EV 4-6635 or NAS Ext.

NATTUnit Goodbye Again, Marine Pfc. M. J. Connelly, 8472 or C. L. Weber at EV 96129or
1900 only. to the Navy's newest career incentive plan- AE(A) School-84.98. Ext. 8547.ONE .
Hospital-Portrait in Black, the SCORE (Selective Conversion and Retention) programhas -

1900 only been so good that Navy personnel planners are said to

Friday Nov. 17 be hopeful that they have another STAR (Selective Train- Y

Mainside-Nikki, Wild Dog of ing and Retention,_ )_on their l hands.
the North, 1900 only. Although details of the SCOREprogram
I radioman, radarman, gunner'smate
NATTUnit-Twenty Plus Two, are only now filteringout technician, electrician's mate
1900 only. to some of the more remote
and sonarman (ground).
activities via official channels,
Hospital-Goodbye Again, 1900
A. BuPers official has said that
the Bureau of Naval Personnelhas
only. ,
a prelinminary examination of /rJ f. f/i i fv:
received its first 45 /
Saturday Nov. 18 the applications received so far : .:/
Mainside-The Last Sunset, applications for conversion froman
indicates they are getting response
1900 only. overly-populated rating to one
from high-caliber men
NATTUnit-Nikki Wild of the critical skills. 1Y
who have a good chance of making
and Most of the first applications
the North 1400 1900. the grade in the SCORE
Hospital-Twenty Plus Two, received in BuPers have been : ;;{>
from This is not sur- program.
1900 only. yeomen.
: The applications will be con
because the office
prising, per-
Sunday,Nov. 19Mainside sidered by a three-man board of
-Voyage to the Bot- sonnel get first glance at all the whose
personnel officers. Those
tom of the Sea, 1400 and 1900. new directives when they arrivein will
applications are approved
NATTUnit-The Last Sunset, the mail.
then start on the program which
1400 and 1900.HospitaLNikki. Now, BuPers is beginning to
will qualify them for conversion
Wild Dog of get applications for enrollment
to a shortage skill-and an
the North, 1900 only. in SCORE from men in other rat- automatic $30-per-month raise in r

Monday, Nov. 20MainsideBrainwashed ings-gunner's mates, sonarmen, the form of proficiency pay.
1900 personnelmen, disbursing clerks
only. and aviation machinists's matesare ItT U.S.SAVINGS IOMOS :/ xc

NATTUnit-Voyage to the Bot- among the ratings repre-

tom of the Sea, 1900 only. sented in the 45 applications now i(

Hospital The Last Sunset, being considered for approval.The .

1900 only. rating most popular with

Tuesday, Nov. 21 those who want to convert is

Mainside-Captain. Talbe, 1900 I that of communications techni-

only. cian, but other fields chosen by

NATTUnit-Brainwashed, 1900 those who have so far applied 9 .' dppl OF FEW-Louis LaGrande (right), smilingly acceptsthe
only. include electronics technician, congratulations of CAPT James R. Compton. NAS com
Hospital-Voyage to the Bot- manding officer, along with the papers officially promoting him
NATTUnit-Captain Talbe, 1900 to Master Mechanic with the Overhaul and Repair Departmenthere
tom of the Sea, 1900 only.
only.HospitalBrainwashed. last week. LaGrande began his federal service career here
Wednesday, Nov. 22 19 0 0 in October 1945, following service with the Navy, as an air-
Mainside-Thief of Bagdad, I craft instrument mechanic and since that time has progressed
1900 only. only. .*$r.ror..r IMIMUIICI to the top position in the "blue collar" field



JAX AIR ''NEWS 16 November 1961

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1.iit' $ .; ry'
,Y ," ; >' "' ; 3r affi' five NAS Departments do-

,'" ),....m1t9'. ,' > ,..;.,. nated blood during their regu-
>. W" '
;<< "' ."
o ", St. larly scheduled blood donor dayat

c :? a the Mainside Dispensary on ;;'

November 8.

1 : Donating blood from Overhauland 'ztJ

Repair, Department were:

Tallie B. Hallback, Junior F.
CC-UF BELL RINGS FOR VAP-62-There han been some rather outstanding contributionsfrom
various units during the Navy Community Chest-United Fund Drive in Jacksonville and Teake, William E. Hubbard, RO-
among the finest of these was the response of Heavy Photographic Squadron 62 based at NAS bert L. Morin, Renzer Bell, JamesP. SUPPLY PERSONALITY-
Jax. Operating as a unit under Fleet Air Jacksonville during the drive. VAP.62 contributed $2,650 Kelly, Orie N. Smith, J. E. Mrs. Dorothy Maddox Super-
which was 300% of the squadron's quota. The squadron also batted 100% in participation and Murphy, Frank Hrapsky, FayeW. visory Stock Control Clerk in
exceeded the CC-UF's goal of one day pay per man. CDR Charles Boldt Jr.. skipper of VAP- the Control Division, has been
62. proudly presents the $2,650 check to RADM Joseph M. Carson. Commander Fleet Air Jack- Dacey, Vincent A. DiGiorgi, selected as the Supply Department's -
sonville. as VAP-62 members look on. Left to right are LCDR D. E. Shover chairman; CDR Andrew R. Carlson, Chester Dzio- "Personality of theMonth"
Boldt; LTJG J. J. Jamroga; CDR R. F. Roomer executive officer RADM Carson; LTJG Jen. ba and Carl H. Law. for November.
kins; H. Simmons ATC T. Conlon. PHCS; LTJG T. L. Kopec; T. E. Moore. PAC and CAPT I Public Works do-
James J. Davis Jr.. cochairman of the Navy's CC-UF drive. To date Navy military and civilian Department
r personnel have contributed 116.280, for -. with more contributions trickling in. nors include George Huntley, 'Personality'Award
Emerson T Brown, Charles C.

Confederate Vets Kemp, Garnie P. Hancock, JamesH.
NATTUnit Begins Annual'Schoolmaster' Cunningham, Devaughn W GivenMrs.Maddox

Children Eligible For Chason, Harvey A. Mears, Don

Bush, Horace C. Taylor, ArthurJ.
SelectionThe Certain PensionsWithout ,Whitlow Jr., Edward M. Star-

ling and James P. Baker
annual "Schoolmaster" competition at the Naval Air exception, only those Supply Department's "Person-
Blood donors from De-
Technical Training Unit is now underway. All instructorsat children of Confederate veterans Supply ality of the Month" for Novem-
who became Incapable partment were: Roy V. Hartley,
NATTU who have successfully completed an Instructor ber is Mrs. Dorothy Maddox
Sanilla M. Welborn Jean ,
Training School, Class "C," or who have, successfully taughtfor of self-support through men- H. Cut- Supervisory Stock Control Clerkin
tal physical disability before Joseph W. Schultz, SarahB.
a period of one year prior to the competition getting or the Control Division.Mrs. .
Tavernier Patricia
invited in the bid for the their 18th birthday are eligibleto A. Alderman
underway are to join top instructor Maddox, who is Assistant
William S. Richards
award. I receive pensions after age 18.
The "Schoolmaster" competi- B. J, Gannon, Officer in Chargeof Freeman, Alvin Jones and Supervisor of Stock Records
J Section Two, Stock Control
tion was started in 1959 by the the VA Office in Jacksonville, Rayford McKinnon.
was cited for her
Chief of Naval Air Technical VP-743 Reserves pointed out this restriction today Other civilian blood donors' standing out-
knowledge of
I Training for participation by all due to the large number of applications include George E. Barker and procedures and handling Supply difficult
being received from Franceil W. Schooler both from -
Training Units in the Commandand ,
tasks with
is designed to "ascertain Report To NARTU'For children of Confederate veterans Industrial Relations Department, speed and efficiency

which instructors are more pro- who are ineligible because of the and Elsie W. Teets from Comptroller She was also selected
for the
ficient in the techniques of age and/or disability provisionsof Department.with .
" I award for her ability to instructand
teaching." Active DutyAdding the law.Pensions .
inspire her subordinates to
At NATTU, each phase of the are paid to widows children of Union veterans, a comparatively high performancerate

Aviation I Electrician's Mate Class to the already growing and children of Confederate vet- Gannon said the VA does not while maintaining employee

"A" and Class "B" Schools and group of "Ready Reserves" 'from erans pursuant to a law dated anticipate the addition of any morale at a constantly high

each phase of the Aviation Ord- the Jacksonville area who have July 1, 1956, which places themon more children of Confederate level.

nance Class "A" and Class "B" been recalled to active duty, per- the same basis as widows of veterans to the "Her initiative, judgement and
Schools will submit candidates sonnel from Patrol Squadron 743 Union soldiers in the War Between pension roles devotion to duty exemplify the

( to compete against each other have reported to the Naval Air I the States. since their disabilities do not highest standards of performance,

, for their respective school titles. Reserve Training Unit here at Based on its long experience date back to their 18th birthday. to be looked upon as goals for

Winners of the School titles will NAS Jax. ,.. others," said CAPT James J.
"" "
then compete against each other These men, most of whom are rj Davis Jr., Supply Officer, who

for the title of NATTU "School from the Miami, Ft. Lauderdaleand made the award.A .

Instructor of the Year," who West Palm Beach area, along {r( r Ypppt native of Atlanta, Ga., Mrs.

will represent NATTU, NAS Jax with personnel from VP-647 of Maddox began her Federal serv-

in the command-wide competition I Atlanta, Ga., will augment VP- ice career in February 1944 as

to be held at NATTC, Mem- 741 which was called to active JH a clerk-typist in the Aviation

phis, Tenn.A duty last month, to' bring that :'rI Training Department here at

command letter of com- unit up to Fleet strength. NAS Jax. She was transferredto

mendation will be dwarded eachof Although all of the reservesare the Overhaul and Repair De-

the school winners and the assigned to Fleet Air Wing partment in July 1945 and to

three command winners with' 11, they are being quartered and i r isfX Supply Department in July 1948.
the NATTU "Instructor of the trained at NARTU prior to act- y. ,.. :: She was promoted to her present

Year" and the second and third ual assignment to the Wing. For position there in September 1958.

place runner-ups being given most of them it is like coming As a momento of the occasion,

individual awards. "home", since all but the Al- Mrs. Maddox was presented a

The "Schoolmaster" competition lanta group have been attached scale model of the GrummanA2F

promises an outstanding op as "Weekend Warriors" to the .1 { ".., "Intruder" jet through the

portunity for all eligible instruc Reserve unit here since the closing :j / courtesy of the Grumman Air-

tors to earn the recognition they of the Miami Naval Air Sta- : craft Corporation, Inc., and their

deserve. tion some two years ago. local representative.

VP-743 is commanded by CDR '"
David H. Brady of West Palm 1

Beach, with LCDR Winfred L. x Christmas Card,

Classified Barkley of Jacksonville as exe-

cutive officer. Fruit Orders I

For Sale Always striving to be out- Taken

Riverfront-sep guest hie, 3 bdrm, 2 standing, VP-743 placed secondin ; By NX
bath, fireplace, 500' dock; CO 4-6646. the nation among Reserve Navy Exchange facilities are
Sell or trade-house trailer, 50', !2 now taking orders for .
patrol squadrons in 1961 com- t .Jel'I I
bdrm, bath; Mrs. Rines, EV 8-8480. 4..
Ortega Hills-3 bdrm, 2 bath, double petition for the Noel Davis sonalized Christmas cards and (

fireplace, swim pool, $23,000; PH 388- Trophy, losing only to VP-741, .: gift fruit boxes. A large selection :
4992. the unit which it is now aug- of cards is available ata
For Rent menting.One < r ? saving of some 25%. (
Furn Apt-4 rms, bath, 1 bdrm, $75
$ v4121'r.J''Y.v 'S} A The gift fruit is top quality, (
per mo, "Ypr, avail Dec. I" EV 41143. I
This V That dollar out of every five Florida grown and may be

Ride Wanted-Riverside section, Jame invested in Series E bonds in ., "' ordered for shipment to most (
:::::: :\(
St., to Supply Dept., 0730-1600; Dorothy 1941 and two out of every five : : parts of the United States and
Ext. 8563.
Help Wanted-May-Cohen's Dept Store in 1951 E bends are still being HAPPY OCCASION-Mrs. Rita Shiller pins Ensign bars on Canada at reasonable prices.
needs part-time & full-time help during held. A bond costing $75 in 1941 her husband Alfred, former chief aviation electrician's mate, Facilities taking orders are:
Christmas holiday period. Navy wives I& grew to $100 in 1951, is now during promotion ceremonies held in the NAS commanding Personal Services Shop, Bt 19.
dependents Interested apply at Florid worth $134.50, and will be worth officer' office on Monday November 6. Little Linda, age 5, 3; NATTU, Bldg.: 554 and Na-
Service, 40 E. St., also hand to witness
State Employment Bay was on the occasion. ENS Shiller is assigned val
J... $195 in 1971. to the O8cR Department. Hospital, Bldg. H2009.Page" .

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16 November 1961

'Set Gridiron To Decide Feud MxAm NEWS SPORTS Mainside Cage Action

League intramural LeaderMainside touch Due To Begin Monday

football is really tied up in
knots as the results,of last week's Two leagues of ten teams apiece will be in the running

games. At the time this paper for the Mainside intramural basketball championship begin

went to press there existed a ning this Monday, November 20.
deadlock F Heading the list of units en-
two-way between Aircraft
Maintenance and VA-44 in* tered is defending champion runs as follows: Monday: 1600-

the American League with identical t. __ FAETU of the American League, Admin v VA-176; 1800-VU-10 v
MARTD; 2000-FAETU v Opera-
led last season's
by high point
slates and
0-2 a triple tie in tions
s ; Tuesday: 1600-
Jim Cramer. The
the National, shared by the Marines man top cagers
ComFairJax 1800-
: finished witha ;
the regular season
Air Force 679th
and NAR-
TU. Tough-as-nails Air Force ____________ : sparkling 16-2,slate. VAP-62 v Operations Boat
Other A. L. teams include Ad- House; 2000-Hospital v VP-18;
caused all the furor when they
ministration, VU-10, VA-176, Wednesday-1600-VA-176 v VP-
beat NARTU. 12-6 a
opening their >
16; 1800-VU-10 v VA-44; 2000-
MARTD, Air Force 679th, Oper-
for a possible repeat victory
Force 679th Maintenance
v A/C -
: ations Meteors VP-16 Aircraft
from last year. >{,. .Q ,
; Friday: 1400-FAETU v VA-
Maintenance and VA-44.
In the event all five win their
Hospital, last year's runnerup, 176; 1600-Operations Boat Housev
remaining games, these teams
j jy
ComFairJax 1800-Marines
Is favored to do well this ; v
will take to the field to decide seasonIn
the National VP-30; 2000-NARTU v VP-7.
their league championship be- accom-
panied by VAP-62, Marines, VA-
ginning Monday, November 20, at
135, NARTU, VP-18, Operations

1600.Here's, how the two loops aa Boathouse, VP-30, ComFairJax, VP-30 Leads

stack up as of now: National Lea- and yP-7.
gue-Marines 5-1 Air Force 3 The opening week's schedule
; 679th, 1M
6-1; NARTU, 5-1;_ MARTD, 3-3; VolleyballLast

VP-30, 2-3; VP-18, 1-4; VP-16, NAS
2-5; and Operations, 0-7. Amer- year's intramural champion -
READY FOR RING ACTION A 11- N a v y Middle- VP-30
volleyball team
ican League-Aircraft Maintenance weight Champ, Jim Rosette of Special Services, will be one of con-
5-2; VA-44, 5-2; VAP-62, two Jax Navy entries in the Silver Gloves Boxing Tournamentto tinues to go undefeated in Main-
4-3; Administration, 4-3; Faetu, be held at the Main Street Arena Jacksonville November Gets side intramural competition withan
3-4; VA-35, 3-4; VA-176, 2-5; and 2829. Rosette will fight in the 160-pound open middleweightclass unblemished 5-0 record. They
and fellow Flier mittslinger Joe Henson of FAETU will
kept that position at the Main-
Hospital, 25.Tenpins.
push leather in the novice welterweight division.
side gym last week after defeating -
Started HereAching
second place VA-44, 10-15,
15-8 and 15-13. A couple of
With Jax Judo
Toppling Navy muscles and smells of
weeks ago, VP-30 beat Com-
wintergreen seem to be the orderof
FairJax, tied with the Hornets
now -
Club the day now as NAS Jax officially -
Seeking for second place with 4-1
IM began it's physical fit-
Near EndThe
Bowling slate, by a similar score.
ness program this week. The
New MembersThe program is being conducted In Next In line is Dispensary,
with four wins and two losses
biggest noise In Mainside intramural ten pin clat- Jax Navy Judo Club accordance with the provisions under their belts. The pill pushers -
ter last week was made by the National League's Echoes, has announced "a new sched- of BuPers Instruction 6100.2. easily put down the Marines

who finally caught up with the former monopolist Stinger ule of classes for beginnersand Conducted at DepartmentDivision 15-4 and 15-1 Patrol Squadron

outfit, to tie up the lead, 28-12. Only a step behind that' veterans alike. A sport as level, all male personnel, 18 spikers have 3-2, after four
dreadful duo are the Paymasters with a 23-13 slate. Not to well as an art of self defense, not medically restricted, under weeks of competition, after put-
be discounted, VP-16 is in a similar threatening position in I' judo is considered excellent the age of 40 will participate in ting down the Air Force 679th

fourth place with 2115.In exercise. requirements of the instruction. 15-9 and 15-11. Overhaul and
remaining recordsin Those interested are invi- the program according to the Disease
ComFairJax "A" 14-30 Marines Repair trampled hapless
Male personnel over 40 will
that circuit holds ted to attend workouts and and
Hospital Control 15-9 ,
"A" 7-33, and the Pin Queens in participate in less severe phasesof Vector
fifth with 19-17, VP-30 has 21- classes in Building 726 on to put the mechs in sixth with
the cellar with 426.Admin's the conditioning and testing
19, Supply "B" 19 / -20%, Mar- Walt Za- Monday, Wednesday and Fri- 2-3.
ines "B" 17-19, NARTU 18- Play Boy day evenings from 1830 to program. medically The rest of the field is scattered -
borniak racked up both high Women personnel not -
21, 18-21V2 Pan 2030. For further informationcall with win and a
Scope Dopes ; out one
game and series laurels last restricted will also be re-
Handlers 16-20, Road Runners Sgt. Petzel or LCpl. Zmi- various number of losses apiece:
in the milder
week, with 257 and 623 respec- quired to participate -
15-21, Pin Benders 14-26, and tively. ja at Ext. 8687. phases of the specific condi- Marines 1-2; VP-741, 1-3; Air

VP-30 "B" 13/ %. tioning and testing program. Force 679th, 1-3; Disease Vector

Over min the Continental, the Control, 1-3; and VP-16, 0-5.

still-leading Fire Balls won their Armchair QuarterbacksLean

encounter 4-0, as did the second IQ S 2R T 1
place Hornets, giving them 28-8 M Golfers Set

and 27-9, respectively. ComFairJax Lurch
"B" is in third place with UpsetsAll
Can you identify the following
25-11, and the Strikes are in sports terms? For Final RoundAs

fourth with 25-15. in all, the local pigskin pickers didn't do too badly con 1. Red shirting.

The rest of that loop's scores sidering the tough games chosen. Athletic director Frank McCaf- with several other local

look like this: O&R 28-16, Spar- frey called the right signals again, and was high among local 2. Nonvisual exchange. sports nearing the close of the

tans 19-17, Owl Hoots 21-19, armchair quarterbacks with 11 right out of 15. ,On down the line 3. Short pin. season, intramural golf competition -

Army ADA 19-17, Supply "A" was Assistant Service Information Officer Andy Planey with 10 4. Attacking zone. couldn't be much tighter.

15-21, Grocers. 13-19, A/C Main- right, guest selector Jack Wade of ComFairJax with 9, and sports 5. Fuscnsho. Patrol Squadron 741 and Com-

tenance 13-23, 3rd Crewmen 7- writer Ralph Bailey on the bottom with 8. (Answers to Quiz) FairJax share the American Lea

17, Untouchables 9-27 and Wave Guest selector for this week is Sam Bowman of the USS Roose- gue lead with perfect 4-0 slates.

Barracks 3-33. velt PIO, and former sports writer for the Jax Air News. Selected 'nm11ap Xq tpjBui sqj SUJM uos They're due to clash on the Station -

The American's Spades Aces games are: Alabama-Georgia Tech; Army-Oklahoma; Auburn- -Jad B usqAv uua) opnf( v 'g links' Monday, November 20,

probably have had the longest Georgia; Baylor-Air Force; Duke-North Carolina; IllinoisWisconsin B03 3ujpu3jop aq utojj jsoqjjej{ in a tie breaker.

stretch in the lead of any league ; Kansas-California; Michigan-Iowa; Purdue-Minnesota; Miss- pun S603 OMJ DUJaoj { UJJMpqaJepns Not lagging more than a step

this season, and now sport a 35- issippi-Tennessee; Notre Dame-Syracuse; Pittsburg-Southern Cal; aq{ jo uojjaoduid PJI'H behind are VA-44 with 4-1 and

9 slate, well ahead of the second Rice-Texas A&M; Washington State-Stanford; and Michigan State- -auo leg{; 'AJ>{poq{ aJt uI' Hospital "B" with 2-1, to make

place Morolas with 29-11. Two Northwestern.BAILEY SujpuBjso tJ lIg{ pressure aplenty. In the remaining -

others, the Sky Warriors with PLANEY MAC BOWMAN ; sjjej pue tonB oqj uo 3umoJ positions are VP-30 with 2-3,
31-13 AUW Shop B Supply, 1-3; NARTU 0-4; and
and Operations sI qojq/vx{ { uid 'SujiAVoq uI 'e'UOuq
with 27-13, should not be dis- Alabama Georgia Tech Alabama Alabama the Air Force 679th 0-5.

counted for a role in the play- Army OklahomaAuburn Auburn Army Auburn Army aqi{ SuiApaaj ojtqM.{ pJBMjjDcq3joo { Attack Squadron 176 linksters

Auburn Baylor Baylor Baylor Baylor lou saop UBUI 3ujo3nooqj hold the only flawless record

offs.The balance of A. L. positions Duke Duke Duke Duke { qojqM{ { uj OOBI Av\di 3uunpsgUBqaxa with two wins and no losses, to

could close up a bit in the remaining Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin 'Wisconsin { uo Bq B' ''{1JCJJ uI '6 lead the National League. Hospital -
three weeks, as evi- Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas paau "A" is in second place with
low. Iowa Michigan Iowa '
denced by the following Elec- Minnesota MinnesotaTennessee Minnesota MinnesotaOle J3JGOJ3 JO JB3X B uS[ t5UOOdojpjqiB ] /fc-lVfc, and Administration holds

trons hold 25-15, Yellow Jackets Ole Miss Ole MissSyracuse MissSyracuse { jpqj{ jo ajoui SUJZJIBOJjo third with 2-1.

[24-16, Play Boys 23-17, Dispensary Syracuse Notre DameSouthern sadoq{ uj sjBaX Jo acoX jeinDjJBd } In remaining positions, VAP-

: 23-17, A/C Maintenance Pitt A&MWashington RiceWashington Pitt Rice Pitt Texas A&MWashington CalTexas B 3upnp uojiipduioo o;BjSajloojajuj 62 holds 2-2, A/C Maintenance

"A" 22-18, Faetu 16-24, Ten State State StanfordMichigan State jo ;no sa3qB; { ;3upoqjo { { 1-1, O&R 1%-2&, Dental 1-3,

ins 16-28, Admin MAA's 12-18, Michigan State Michigan State State Michigan State Djiod aqj 'uBqpoj uI'I and VA-15 0-3.

"" ;r. .. ," .'" '1 .' '\ _. .. .
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Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 16 November 1961

Station Traffic NATTU's Chief

Violation Record Johnson Takes

Forty-two drivers appeared
before the Station Traffic x
Hearing Board for traffic School HonorsGraduating 4 i,3'.J w I

violations for the week end-
ing November 10. Listed below from the Chief '-

is a tally of violationsfor Petty Officer School in Pensa- --

this week, this year, and cola as honorman of his 55-man
same period last year; also, class with 1,861.5 points out of a _

the number of days that have possible 2,000 has brought a let- r, .bk a. :.r-.
passed since the last motor ter of congratulation for CurtisM. '#i F {*i f ,' 8 E '',}, 'r+>L }.

vehicle accident injury: Johnson, AEC, from CAPT

NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis Hartsel D. Allen, commandingofficer .

week .".................".".4 of Naval Air Technical
tiolo: C. ]
Training Unit. ir
This year through Oct. 198
Same period through Oct CAPT Allen also presented

1960 ..... '" ."............. ...225 Johnson an engraved ashtray
NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis which was forwarded, here by .' f,, '''': ''< -F
week: the CPO mess at Pensacola for

Reckless Driving ....".."....1 delivery to Johnson with their SERVICEMAN OF THE MONTH-CAPT James R. Compton (left), NAS commanding officer

Speeding ."..........."............17 congratulations. congratulates Theodore L. Steinwender AC3, on his selection as the NAS "Serviceman of theMonth"
for September. Steinwender received the award for his outstanding performance of dutyat
Running Stop Sign ....,,,3 Johnson, an instructor in the the Operations tower and attention to duty. Looking on are (left to right) CDR O. S. Brad-
Others ... ............................40 AEA) School at NATTU, was dock, air traffic control officer, and CDR F. J. Plumer, operations oficer.
This year through awarded the Honorman Plaquefor .

Oct. .. 1,606 his academic achievement on Steinwender NamedFor
Same period throughOct. graduation at Pensacola by ADM Seek VolunteersFor

1960 .... ... .1,498 Joseph C.. Clifton, Chief of Naval
NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE Air Technical Training, Mem- 'Operation
LAST ACC. INJURY .18 phis, Tenn. Serviceman HonorSeptember

Of the 42 drivers that appeared This is Johnson's second title Deep Freeze'Volunteers ,

before the Traffic of honorman since June of this are needed for was a month of honors for Theodore L. Stein-

Hearing Board, four lost their year when he was graduatedwith the Navy's Antarctic program, wender, air controlman third class. First he received a
' driving and parking privileges top honors from the NATTU "Operation Deep Freeze." Re- Meritorious Mast on September 29 and then on Monday of
. aboard the Station for periods Leadership School. quests must be received not this week he was selected as NAS "Serviceman of the

from one week to two months later than the close of work- -Month.-- for Sentember.
and four were asigned to com- ing hours Friday November Steinwender who s- attached
in aircraft damage. The pilot
plete an eight-hour course in 24. to the Air Traffic Control Divi-
8,000 Sailors and Steinwender's division officer -
remedial driving instructions. Officers desiring to partici- sion of Operations was congra- personally commended him
Nineteen failed to appear.: For in the should tulated by CAPT James R.
pate program for his alert and positive action
f those failing to appear, the Taking Part In submit their request via the Compton, NAS commanding officer and he was also commended by

Board may assign double the Commanding Officer. Enlisted and awarded a $50 check, the NAS commanding officer at
appropriate penalty. along with an allexpensespaidweekend
Talent'Some personnel may submit their a meritorius mast.
, 'Project
Protect your driving privi- requests utilizing the Enlisted in St. Augustine, court-

(.. leges by reporting promptly as 8,000 Navy enlisted per- Evaluation Report (Nav- esy of the USO.
; recorded on the traffic ticket He received the honors for his Top--
sonnel will soon know how they Pers 1339) via Branch, Divi-
'f and by demonstrating little (Continued from Page 1))
a compare with their civilian sion and Department person- outstanding performance of duty,
care and safety consciousnesswhen counterparts in aptitude, achi- nel offices. military bearing and dedication. by Navy Jax Special Servicesfor
driving. Steinwender has also become the entertainment and enjoyment -
evement, background, The Military Personnel Office -
and personality.The will screen applicationsand fully qualified as a flight clear- of personnel here.
"Doctor," said the patient to arrange for physical exa- ance dispatcher, control tower The big six-hour show will be
f sailors are taking a bat-
his psychiatrist, "I'm afraid. minations for those meetingall operator with FAA junior certi- free-of-charge to personnel of all
tery of psychological tests as an
There's fication and approach controller units who are members of the
a big alligator lurking requirements.
outgrowth of a national inven-
outside with FAA senior certification. NAS Composite Recreation Fund.
my apartment. tory of aptitudes and abilities
'III According to the Operations Of- NAS Civil Service employees are
"Poof, said the doctor, "come called Project Talent.
back and see me every day next preference for occupational fields ficer, CDR F. J. Plumer, these being extended an invitation to
The study is being carried out atend at a nominal fee as are
,, week and I'll soon have you and military service plans. accomplishments alone are remarkable -
by the American Institute of for 20 military and Civil Service per-
person years
cured that"b have been made
Research under contract to the Arrangements
b old. Especially, considering that sonnel of other nearby com-
The paitent came back four Office of Naval Research for the for periodic follow-up of the test the air traffic control problemIn mands. Fees for admission have,

days in a row. When he didn't Bureau of Naval Personnel.By population in order to relate the NAS Jax area is exceed- not as yet been established but
show up on the fifth, the doctor later. behavior to test results.
tfie and tickets
giving same tests to ingly complex and subject to will be determined
called him."Haven't nearly half a million secondary The Navy said the tests will frequent change.Steinwender available by November 27, according -
you heard?" the school students throughout the aid in determining the relationship I. was also cited for to LCDR C. A. HooperJr.

building superintendent answer- U. S. and the 8,000 sailors, experts between the tests of Project his alertness and application to ., Special Services Officer.
ed. "When Mr. Jones came out believe they can make Talent and the battery of duty for an event that occuredon Civil Service personnel and

his door yesterday, an alligatorate comparisons in the areas of career comprehensive tests routinely September 13 when he ob- personnel from other commandswho
him." motivation, interest in and administered to Navy personnel. served an AD aircraft makinga desire to attend the "Jam-

landing approach with its boree" are urged to make arrangements -
.>afi' 3 F/1lJ1 3'fl''y'??}cSi"J5.4% ;: wheels up. He immediately for their tickets as

:} ., waved it off by radio, thereby early as possible after November
: preventing possible injury or fatality 27 due to the limited number
to the pilot and saving the that will be available. Further

Navy many thousands of dollars information or arrangements for
tickets may be made by calling
NAS Ext. 512.
Fellowship Sets Dress for the "Jamboree" will

be informal with country and
Fund Raising Car I western attire encouraged.

Wash Nov. 18 Up The--

The NAS Protestant Senior
High Fellowship will wash (Continued from Page 2))
same, GS-4; James C. Burch,
cars at the NAS Golf Course
Packer, Supply Dept., to Lead-
parking area on ,
Ingman, Packer, O&R Dept.; Nor-
November 18, from 0800 to
: 1500 as a fund raising projectto man H. Daniel, StorekeepingClerk
: h ry supplement the Fellowship'sMissionary GS-3, Supply Dept., to

Program.The Aircraft Instrument Mechanic,
O&R Dept.; Emily D. Nelson,
: is
.- Fellowship presently -
l supporting an eightyearold Voucher Examiner, GS-5, Comp-
troller Dept., to Fiscal Accounting
Chinese refugee boy,
_. 'J':2.: ,,. tM.i"o"I" jt :::q.i:. = ..r1.000th Tsung Sai Man, of Kowloon, Supervisor, GS-7, ComptrollerDept.
: S. Duckworth
; George ,
1,000th A4D TRAINEE-Thomas L. Flowers, AEAN, (second from left), became VA-44's Hong Kong.Donations.
A4D trainee graduate last week and was officially presented to his new command, VA of $1.00 per car Operations Analyst (Aircraft As-
36. by CDR W. B. Barrow (third from left), during informal ceremonies honoring the occasion.LT are being sought to aid this sembly), O&R Dept., to Safety
G. A. Appelhof, assistant maintenance officer of VA.36, (left), was en hand representing worthy missionary endeavor Officer, GS-9, Industrial Rela-
his commanding officer and assists CDR Barrow in off the
showing huge graduation certificate tions Dept.; and Robert E. Brock,
presented to Flowers. Supervisors credited with training Flowers and other A4D personnel which will also serve as encouragement -
assembled for the occasion included (left to right), M. B. Eudaly AECS, VA-44 Electric Shop for these young Helper Sheetmetal Worker ,
Chief G. H. Brooks AOC, VA-44 Indoctrination and Training Division Chief MSgt. J. P. Mough- people. PWD, to Metalsmith (Aviation),
an. NCOinCharge NAMTRADET 1085 and R. Webster, AECS, VA-44 Line Chief. O&R Dept.

LW- -