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Navy-Marines Plan Test Of New Every-Other-friday Pay Day

How would you like a ships in the Atlantic Fleet on the West Coast. practical and acceptable to the married or single.

pay check every other cruiser-destroyer. service One of the big advantages sailors and marines, it will be The Comptroller's office also
Friday instead of twice a forces, the Naval Air Techni- of the new system would be adopted for use sometime in feels that the schedule will
month? This may be a cal Training Command, the to enable personnel to have 1963. reduce the number of special
possibility in the near Naval Air Facility at Andrews money for every other weekThe office of the Navy Compay chits handled by disburs-
future. Field in Washington, a portionof end. Under the present system ptroller originated the idea ing officers.
The Navy and Marine the activities paid by the pay day can be any day of the with the thought that paying
Accounts Disbursing i Ofwee and sometime single The new system will not
Corps are to begin a sixNavy a every two weeks will simplify
month test of every-other fice/in San Diego, the First pay check must cover three allotments made by per-
Friday pay days on July Marine Division and most weekends money management for everysonnel to their families and
13. other Marine Corps activities According to the Navy Deone, especially those in the will not change the basic

Test units will include some in the Camp Pendleton complex partment, if the system is lower pay grades, whether monthly pay rate.



Don't eat your heart out over those wonderful "way
out" prizes worth $10,000 to be given away in the 1962 Navy

-- Relief Society Fund Drive.
----- -
You've got just as good a

Vol. 20 No. 8 U.S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 24 May 1962LEGALIZED chance as anybody. The more

NAS Galley donations you make, at 50 cents

per, the better your chances

There is no sense in waiting, be-

Plans 'HomeState' cause you know you want those
prizes. Your donation not only
gives you a chance for the prizes,
;: but it will help a needy Navy or
I r : : DinnersAt Marine Corps family.

ti's Here is'that big, wonderful,
the noon meal Thursday, list of prizes, to be given awayon
31 the NAS Mainside Gal-
4 : ftfay June 6:
+ ley will serve the first of a ser-
ies of "home state" dinners. Ford Galaxie convertible.
The Thursday dinner will rec-
S S I Iaaariav..x.iexakfsbt Corvair Monza hardtop.
: ognize personnel from the

Great Western States whose Camping trailer, with aluminum
homes are in Idaho, Wyoming, cartop boat and outboard
Colorado, Utah Arizona, Nevada, motor.
New Mexico and Montana, giv-
ing them an opportunity to en- Color television set.

: .cvrx. joy a meal with others from Deluxe power lawn mower.
CET.TOGETHER-RADM W. C. Molt. (left). Judge Advocate General of the their part of the country.In .
Navy talks with come of the 85 Naval Reserve law officers who are gathered here at NAS for announcing the new inno- Complete power tool shop.
their annual two-week active duty training period. RADM Mott came to the seminar which got vation, LCDR L. E. Sutherland,
underway on May 14 to give the officers a personal viewpoint of naval law problems at the seat Two automatic shotguns.
of government. Several of the topics covered during the two-weekperiod have Included Jurisdiction Commissary Officer, said that
Over Federal Land. Homicide in the Military. The Justice School and Proposed Changes .to special table settings, a decorated Three sets fishing tackle.
the Uniform Code of Military Justice. The officers are expected to conclude their training and special cake and choice steak
depart tomorrow afternoon following a closing address by RADM R. D. Powers Deputy Judge dinner will be served personnelfrom Two bicycles (one boys's,
Advocate General.Volunteers. Admission one girls'.
those states. will

AdMat be by regular mess pass, plus Two air conditioners.Two .
Urgently NeededAs Inspection signing a "guest register" log--
for the home state record, he vacuum cleaners.

Nets 'Outstanding'Rating said.At One sterling silver tea set.
Nuclear Power TraineesThere future meals, which arc
For VP-30 presently planned to be held on Two bowling balls.
is a continuing urgent need for volunteers as Thursday twice monthly, other
nuclear power trainees from the engineering ratings of the The Pro's of Patrol 'Squadron nized, including the Pacific Two portable TV sets.

Navy says the Commander in Chief, Atlantic Fleet. 30 here at NAS Jax completedtheir sections of the U.S. will be recog- One Polaroid land camera
There is a particular need for annual Administrative- States, Great Plains States, Gulf kit.
men in these ratings: MN, EN, Material Inspection on May 17, i States, New England States.
BT, IC, and EM. Also needed are Flight Training receiving an "Outstanding" Chesapeake Bay States and One portable dishwasher.One .
rating by Rear Admiral ThurstonB.
men interested in the submarine others. transistor radio.
program who hold ratings as Clark, Commander Fleet Air Some states, such as Ne\\
YN, SD, TM, QM, SK, or CS. Officer British Wings, Atlantic. York, Texas, Georgia and Flor- One barbecue wagon cooker.
With the advent of nuclear The rating is said to be the ida, have on-board representation !-
One portable stereophonicrecord
powered ships and submarines first such mark assigned to any large enough to rate indi-
there will be a continuing need NavyWillVisit patrol squadron evaluated by vidual recognition and plans arc player.
for personnel to be trained in RADM Clark in more than three being made accordingly. Ten $50 U.S. Savings Bonds.
the Nuclear Power Training Program The flight training officer for 'years that he has served in his

The program offers unpar- the British Royal Navy, Rear present position.
alleled educational opportunities, Admiral P. G. Gick, will arrive RADM Clark said that he was
particularly to men in pay grades here at NAS Jax tomorrow fora particularly proud of the "out
E-4 and E-5, said the message. three-day familiarization visitto standing" mark achieved by
Men who are in overcrowded Carrier Air Group 4. VP-30 inasmuch as the forma-
ratings are urged by CinCLantFltto CAG-4, composed of Attack tion of VP-30 was a major stop t",
look into the program and Squadron 44 l, re at NAS Jax in his program to modernize and Iilj
change over to the less crowdedand and Fighter Squadron 174 at improve the readiness of operationally -
greatly needed nuclear power NAS Cecil Field, is the Navy's ready all-weather ASW
ratings. principal replacement air groupon patrol forces in tlv Atlantic M -y rYv ; .
Those personnel successfully the East Coast. Fleet. He also remarked that he
completing Nuclear Power RADM Gick, as flight training was not surprised by the Inspection -
School will be eligible for many officer for the British Navy, will results since VP-30 personnel f I
benefits. They will receive auto- study methods and proceduresused were carefully screened and s
matic pro-pay upon completionof by CAG-4 in its replace- selected from the most highly ;
the first six months of Nu- ment pilot training program. qualified members of the operational ,x"' ff:; YM 4 W'
clear Power Training. Men reen- The admiral is scheduled to fleet patrol squadrons. ,
listing under the STAR program arrive here at 1530 from Corpus Commanded by CDR W. W. '" .
will be automatically advancedto Christi. Honour, VP-30 is assigned the .7 ... 3t.rJ' .
"" ,
pay grade E-5 upon gradua- On Monday morning, May 28, mission of providing a contin- ...;; 'h,..;1:4';: ''.....".., > .h..
tion from training. he will tour VA-44 here and uous flow of pilots, navigators, "HIYAH L' FELLAS;4' -"How are things down at NAS Jacksonville -
After schooling, when assigned VF-174 at Cecil Field. He is aircrewmen and maintenance -have you made your donation yet to the Navy Relief
to sea duty, the men qualified in scheduled to depart in the after- personnel trained in advanced Society?" So asks pretty Venetia Stevenson featured in the
the nuclear power ratings will noon at 1300 for Oceana, Va., antisubmarine warfare techniquesto movie "Darby's Rangers." Venetia who was recently named
the "most photogenic girl in the world," "Live a little.
have duty on the Navy's most where he will visit Navy train- operational Atlantic Fleet pa- says
I Take a chance. There's $10,000 in prizes waiting for you if you
modern and liveable ships. ing facilities in the Norfolk area. trol squadrons. give to the Navy Relief. Why wait, do it today."




2 JAX AIR NEWS 24 May 1962

'-9 ..i CSC Mission Is ExplainedTo

NAS, Jacksonville Local AFMA Members
CAPT J. R. Compton Commanding OfftewExtcutlvt
CDR Walter J. Schub OffteK
Fltt Air Jacktonvllla NAB 6ND CAPT James R. Compton The Civil Service Commission is the only
Commander government
RADM Joseph M. Carton
CAPT Vincent Catty Chief of Staff Commanding Officer agency in the executive branch that cuts across the lines of
Fleet Air Wing Eleven Naval Air StationJacksonville all other agencies, members of the Jacksonville Chapter of
CAPT Gilktrt J. FrtwtnStlm Fla. the Armed Forces Management Association were told last
CAPT Andrew H. Cowtrt _Chief Staff Officer -
Naval Air Technical Training Unit Dear Sir: Thursday.Hammond.
CAPT Htrtttl D. Allen .Commanding Officer Am writing in regards to my B. Smith, Regional -
COR Eugene f. verdery Executive Officer 13-year-old son, John E, TequiaJr. Director of the Fifth Region agement program of the Civil

CAPT J. M. Manner Naval Hospital .Commanding Officer ., who has been bed-ridden ov- U. S. Civil Service Commission, the Service worker Commission and to is to develop
CAPT Stephen H. Tollnt Executive Officer er 19 months. He is up and in Atlanta, in speaking to the improve his
Naval Air Rtttrve Training Unit around now but has to take it group at the Officers Club, pointed performance on a continuing
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. Commanding Officer.Executive can't attend school and is out that the Commissionserves basis, Smith said. He added that
Officer easy,
CDR William M. Miller the training program within
Printed commerlcally with non-appropriated funds In Jacktonvllle, Florida at very lonesome.He the federal government Commission the
no expend to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July would enjoy cards, notes many varied capacities. The Com- and throughout the
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air and letters from the boys in ser- mission assists the federal government federal service is the key to a
Jackionvlllt, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Meet' Air Wing agencies by acting ona good management program. "It's
II, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hotpltal. vice.I not whether or not training
CDR Alex N. Mclnnlt, Jr. Service Information Officer would appreciate it very complimentary basis to all "
be done but how
Andrew H. Planey Assistant Service Information Officer functions of management, he said. he asserted.
much if will publish this in
Newt Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb Staff-Mae Spencer JOIj Marc Whetstone, you He traced the history of the As objectives of the Commission
JO I; Robert Doddi, SA. the Jax Air News for me.
the days of he listed: To attract the
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and International Thank you, Commission, from best
Councils of Industrial Editors. Mrs. John E. Tequia Sr. the political spoils system in talent available into the Federal
The Jax Air News It a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material government management, to the Service; to develop the talent
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit It given. Photographs Civil Service Act of 1883 whichset within the. career service; to allow
unless otherwise credited, are official U.S. Navy Photographs.
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone Dear Sir: up the Civil Service Commis- greater mobility within government
extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. I'm the mother of the young sion and the merit system for service through inter-

boy whom you, the personnel of government employees. He also agency exchange of employees;
Operations and LT I. W. Hast- spoke of the new era of govern- to provide an adequate and equit.

In Mernoriurn For All ings of Overhaul and Repair De- ment management, such as Exe- able pay system; to raise the
partment rescued from the cutive Order 10988 regarding Em- stature and prestige of the fed

swamps. We did not know which ployee-Management relations.The eral service in the American soc

way to turn after searching all aim of the personnel man- iety.EmployeeManagement.

night for him until we were advised -
American War DeadThere's
to seek your help with the

Navy helicopters. The swampswere Order

a sign on Route 322 in Pennsylvania that reads so dense that it was impos-
"Boalsburg-An American Village-Birthplace of Memorial sible to search every inch with-
Day." It's in recognition of a Miss Emma Hunter who, by out your assistance with the

bringing flowers to the tomb of her father, a casualty of helicopters.We Of President Being QuotedThis
Gettysburg, is believed by many people to have instituted wish to convey our sincere
the melancholy but beautiful holiday we observe on May 30. thanks to you, the personnel of

Others will tell you Memorial Day has its roots in the Operations and to LT Hastingsfor ( is the seventh in a series, quoting Executive Order
South where the women of Columbus, Miss., in 1866 brought bringing our son home to us. 10988, "Employee-Management Cooperation in the Federal

flowers to the graves of their Confederate war dead and, This proves to us, my husband, Service," for the information all NAS employees.)
compassionately, also scattered magnolia blossoms on the my family and I that the Navy .
graves of Union casualties nearby. is a part of this community and Section 11. Each agency shall shall be paid by the agency to
And there are other versions. It doesn't matter much, we are proud to be a part of be responsible for determiningin which it relates. In the event
really. Memorial Day long ago shed its limited applicationto this community too. accordance with this order questions as to the appropriateness \ -
the war that .was raging 100 years ago. It is a day whenwe whether a unit is appropriate for of a unit or the majority
honor all Americans who have fallen in battle, the known SincerelyMrs. purposes of exclusive recognitionand status of an employee organization -
and the nameless, the humblest farm boy and the most Rufus D. Swett
gal- by an election or other appropriate i shall arise in the Department -
lant General.
means, whether an em- I of Labor, the duties described -
the taps that the bugler sounds in Arlington National Remedial, ployee organization represents a in this section which
Cemetery at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier StudyFor
no majority of the employees in would otherwise be the respon-
distinction of class or race: it is our simple but heartfelt
tribute such a unit so as to be entitledto sibility of the Secretary of Labor
to men whose lives were cut short because they served YoungstersSet such recognition. Upon the request shall be performed by the Civil
their country. It resounds wherever they rest.
of or of
any agency any Service Commission.
Let us not think of them as closeted in the past-historic At NurseryRemedial employee organization representsa
entities to be mourned respectfully from the distance of majority of the employees in Section 12. The Civil Service

time. If Memorial Day embraces our war dead from the instructions in such a unit so as to be entitledto Commission shall establish and
ragged soldier who fought in the Revolution to the infan- English, mathematics and such recognition. Upon the maintain a program to assist in

trymen who never returned from Heartbreak Ridge in reading will be given at the request of any agency, or of any carrying out the objectives of
Korea, it goes further still. It is a day to honor two shall
ser- Nursery, Building 560, for employee organization which is this order. The Commission
geans of our Special Forces in Vietnam, Wayne Marchandand children in grades 1 through seeking exclusive recognition and develop a program for the guid-

James Gabriel, who were murdered by Communist guer- 5. which qualifies for or has been ance of agencies in employee
rillas in April 1962. The taps and the wreaths of flowersare relations in the
Classes management
will begin on June accorded formal recognition, the
for them too for the
harshly Federal service, provide
31. For further informationand Secretary of Labor, subject to
reminds us of our role as defenders of freedom. i
It is our agencies on
cal advice to the
registration, call Mrs. W such necessary rules as he
privilege and
responsibility to live and bow our heads in ;
of those H. Bedard, Jr., at EV 7-5793 prescribe, shall nominate from employee-management programs
memory no longer live because they served in of pro-
honor. after 1400. the National Panel of Arbitrators assist in the development
maintained by the Federal Me- : grams for training agency per-
diation and Conciliation Serviceone sonnel in the principles and pro-

or more qualified arbitrators. cedures of consultation, negotia-
who will be available for em- tion and the settlement of dis-

ployment by the agency con- putes in the Federal service, and

cerned for either or both of the for the training of management

following purposes, as may be officials in the discharge of their

required: ((1) to investigate the employee management relations
facts and issue an advisory decision responsibilities in the public interest

as to the appropriatenessof ; provide for continuous
a unit for purposes of exclus- study and review of the Federal

ive recognition and as to related employee management relations
issues submitted for consideration program and, from time to time.
; ((2)) to conduct or supervisean make recpmmendations to the

election or otherwise deter- President for its improvement.

mine by such means as may be

basis appropriate, and on an advisory [Rhymes of Iha Times]
N. whether an employee organization -

-." ..<>_-= ,....., xil: ; fy jority of the represents the ma- PENNIES CTT5IN
EXECUTIVE ORDER BRIEFINGS-D. F. Black, Special Assistant for Labor Relations of employees in a unit. THE?
Bureau of Naval Weapons, and other BuWepi representatives held a two-day orientation and the Consonant with law, the Sec- COOKIE-JAR "
briefing session here recently on the provisions of the President's new Executive Order 109D8, retary of Labor shall render CA
"Employee-Management Cooperation in the Federal Service." Attending the briefings were key such assistance as may be appropriate You ELBPUY ..
management officials, supervisory personnel, representatives of organized A
empoyee groups and in BRANP
chairmen of employee councils of NAS Jax. The order, which goes into effect July 1, sets up ground advisory connection with NEWPage
rules for government agencies to recognise and deal with organized employee The decisions or determina-
sessions CAR.
were scheduled to facilitate the establishment tions cbwas
of a sound employee-management cooperative under this section, but the
program locally. _
.or7orr,4FPs : ::
necessary costs of such assistance



24 May 1962 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

Oceanography I AFMA Members Tour Cape

Research ShipLaunching Canaveral On Field Trip.

Some 45 members of the Jacksonville Chapter of the

Armed Forces Management Association now have a much
Launching ceremonies for the :r better idea of what the Cape Canaveral "bit" is all about

United States Naval Ship RobertD. following their field trip to the Air Force Missile Test Cen-

Conrad (AGOR-3)) are sched- Li I 1I / ter at the Cape last week.In .

uled for May 26, at 1100 at Gibbs one of the regularly
the Minuteman missile on Thursday
Ji/ : -
Shipyards, I n c., Jacksonville, I 1 ( :1 scheduled field trips on the night, but the shot was delayed -
Fla.Sponsor AFMA's 1962 agenda, the group until Saturday.
for the Conrad is Mrs.E. made the "scene" last Friday. Friday's program opened with

B. Taylor, wife of Vice Ad- They left by chartered bus fol- I a series of briefings on the Air
miral E. B. Taylor, Commander, lowing last Thursday's meetingand Force Missile Test Center, Cape
Anti-Submarine Warfare, Forces, stayed overnight in Mel- Canaveral and all of the assoc
U. S. Atlantic Fleet. Mrs. Tay- bourne, a few miles from Pat- iated facets., After lunch at the
lor's matron will be her sister, VA-44 HONORMEN "Bluejacket of the Month" and "Out rick Air Force Base. The follow- Officers Club, a tour of the Cape
Mrs. W. H. Butler, of Augusta, standing Plane Captain of the Month" honors have been awarded ing day they were treated to a followed. First the visitto
' M. L. Weldon ADJ1 (right), and R. R. Lawrence. AN, respectively came
Ga.Prior by VA-44. Weldon was commended for his tireless efforts guided tour of Patrick Air Force the Pershing Missile compex: ;
to the smashing of the while serving In the A4D Power Plant section. Lawrence was I Base and the Atlantic Missile! followed by a visit to the Thor
' traditional bottle of champagneon cited while serving at a plane captain on the A4D line, and Range at the Cape. missile complex and later to
the bow of the new ship, commended for his efficiency and reliability. Both men were
principal speaker will be the lauded for their military bearing and personal appearance. The group was invited to witness Hangar "L" where the Thor is
a scheduled launching of assembled; then to central cun-
{ Honorable James H. Wakelin, Jr.,
trol where all firings are "con-
f Assistant Secretary of the Navy 14 Enlisted Men trolled"; finally to the Saturn

for Research and Development, missile complex which also included -
and remarks by Rear Admiral rrThursday i Donate Blood At Station Traffic a briefing in the block-

I Robert L. Moore Jr., Deputy house.
Chief of the Bureau of Ships re-
Hospital CenterThe Violation RecordThe The group was also able to
presenting the Chief of the Bur- see other rocket and missile

eau of Ships. May 24 Blood Donor Center at the following is a report of launch pads during their drive
The Conrad is being built un- Naval Hospital reported that 14 motor vehicle accidents and through the Cape, including ,the
der contract with the Bureau of Mainside-Nearly A Nasty Ac- enlisted personnel donated blood traffic violations for the period missile which was to launch

Ships and is scheduled for com- cident, 1900 only. there on May 8-9. May 13-19: astronaut CDR Scott Carpenterinto
missioning and delivery later in NATTUnit-Man of the West, Donating blood from AO "A" orbit sometime today.

the year. After delivery the re- 1900 only. School, NATTU, were: George NUMBER uF ACCIDENTSThis The AFMA returned to
search ship will be operated by a Hospital-Bramble Bush, 1900 C. Doggett, AA; Leon K. Haag, week ......'...... .,. ..10 Jax! Friday
civilian crew with the scientific only. AA; David C. Overstreet, AA; This year through May 19 93

functions being handled by the Friday, May 25 George W. T. Rae Jr., AA, and Through May 1961 ..91
John W. Sutton AA. Safe Of
Lamont Geological Observatoryof Mainside Pleasure of His NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE Keeping
Columbia University. More blood donors were Ray
Company, only.
W. Belcher A02 and Eldon J.
NATTUnit Nearly a Nasty VEHICLE ACCIDENT 6 Family Records.
Pipes, A02, both from AO "B"
Mainside C&SS Accident, 1900 only. School; William S. Gates, Jr., NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis
NATTUnit-Man of the West Advised VABasic
AEC, AE "A" School, and Den- week ....,."......".. "..89 By
Closed ForAlterations 1900 only. nis P. Sheehan, SN, Ships Com- Speeding........ ....................17 family documents suchas

Saturday May 26 pany, NATTU. Reckless Driving .. 2 birth and marriage certificates
{ Mainside-Dentist in the'Chair, Donating blood from VP-5 was Running Stop Sign 6 should be carefully kept where

The Small NAS Stores Mainside Salesroom Clothingand in 1900 only. Jack R. Howell, ADI, Others "... ......" ".""..........".64 they are readily available, the
NATTUnit-Pleasure of His Donors on May 9 were GlennW. Veterans Administration has advised -
Bldg. 953 is now closed for al- Forty-nine drivers appeared
terations. It is expected to be Company, 1400 and 1900. Blanchet, SA; Langdon E. before the Traffic Hearing veterans and their depen-
Hospital-Nearly a Nasty Accident McAlpin, FR; George E. Harrison dents.
reopened next week.In Board at the meeting on May
the meantime, sales will 1900 only.Sunday SA, and Earl G. Scheff, AA, 21 with disposition of casesas These documents are needed to
all from the NAS Brig. support claims for veterans bene-
be made at the NATTU Cloth- May 27 follows: Eight lost drivingand
ing and Small Stores Sales- parking privileges aboard fits, it was explained. Included
Mainside-All Hands on Deck, such
among essential records are
room, Bldg. 513. Hours for the Station twelve were as-
sales there are from 1109 to 1400 and 1900.NATTUnit signed to remedial driving military discharge papers, death
Dentist in the certificates, divorce decrees, and
1700 Monday through Thurs- tit courses; twenty-five received
Chair, 1900 only.
day and 1100 to 1530 on Fri- suspended penalties, nine were guardianship or child custody
Hospital-Pleasure of His Com- evidence
day. given warnings, five were dis- ,
pany, 1900 only.Monday. 4w 4 missed and two were referredto The basic records are needed to

May 28 .&#Hh commanding officers for support claims for disability or

Mainside Sweet Bird of possible disciplinary action. death compensation and pension,
I Navy Wives veterans burial benefits, and sim-
Youth, Adults only, 1900 only. 1, kI TRAFFIC INTERSECTIONS ilar claims.
NATTUnit All Hands on z: yA
Deck, 1900 only. 1. To drive safely, approach
Corner 1 Hospital-Dentist in the Chair, EVERY intersection expectingthat
CPO Wives
1900 only. .a you will have to stop
Navy Wives Club 86 held its Mainside-Brush Fire, 1900 > x quickly to avoid an accident.

regular business meeting May 16 only. 2. Slow down BEFORE you Notes

at the Dewey Park club house, W:r at gy.a reach the interesction, go intoit
during which final nominationsfor Tuesday, May 29 yeq slowly. Then, if all is clear,

national officers were made I Mainside Brush Fire, 1900 a accelerate and clear the intersection A "Welcome Aboard" recep-

and regional reports were heard. only. ,'y.4 tip rS quickly. tion will be held May 28 at 2000
Mrs. Kenneth Smith, National NATTUnit Sweet Bird of cyCg,9 3. Observe the right of way. in the dining room of the CPO

Membership Chairman, advised Youth, 1900 only. But if another driver insists Club in honor of the new chiefs
attending members that local Hospital-All Hands on Deck, upon the right of way, don't wives.

Club 86 is the largest Navy 1900 only, dispute it. Slow down and let All CPO wives in the Jack-

Wives Club in the United States. Wednesday, May 30 3 y fr 41c'yat him pass in safety. sonville area are cordially invited -
To help maintain this record the 1 4. Never pass another ve- to attend: the reception.
following members were installed Mainside-Devils Hairpin, 1900 hicle near or at an intersection.Your Members of the Club wIll

during the month: Mrs. only. 4 k view of possible hazards stage a "skit" as entertainmentfor
George Connolly, Mrs. Alan D. NATTUnit-Brush Fire, 1900 almost certainly will be partly the affair.
Lundy, Mrs. Frank Riebsameand only. 'SSW Y..M1n{'3 'Yy'f ; i obscured by the other ve- For further information call

Mrs. W. T. Wilson. Hospital-Sweet Bird of Youth, k's %$,Vi4tc hicle. Mrs. Emma Taylor at SP 15728or
New chairmen appointed were :Aabq 5. Watch carefully for ve- Mrs. Pat Coleman at EV
Mrs. R. Burke, Scrapbook, and 1900 only.NATTU. hicles turning the corner at 75704.

Mrs. W. T. Wilson and Mrs. your left as you approach the Regular meeting night for the

W. Weston, Activities. intersection. They may' block CPO Wives Club will be June
Hostesses for the evening were HonormenR. your vision of other approaching 4 at 2000 in the CPO Club dining -

Mrs. James Whitley, Mrs. Alex- traffic. room. Wives o'f all E-7, E-8
B. Eastwood Jr., AOl, AO-B A p s
ander McPherson and Mrs. Roy 6. Don't rely on stop signs. and E-9 personnel are invited to
Burke. School83.83.CPL PRETTY LASS Currey There are still many reckless attend.
Martha Hyer, star of the motion drivers who disregard them.
The next meeting of the clubis W. P. Lepore Jr., AE-A For information concerningthe
picture "A Girl Named
7. Be considerate of the ped-
scheduled for June 6 at 1930 School-82.11. Tamiko," seems to have all the CPO Wives Club, call Mrs.
estrian. Always slow down and
I B. K. Pickett AA AO-A necessary features to becomeone Gerry Heinl, President, at
at the club house. All enlisted of the nation's leading let him proceed in safety.
wives are invited to attend, I School-79.75. screen stars. EV 8-4316.


Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS 24 May 1962

Political Activity Rules 4 p

Explained For Employees y .

4 ;: \
Spring primaries and general elections in many com-

munities again focus the spotlight on what Federal em- '

ployees may or may not do with regard to politics. i. ; ,, ;. '. :
Under the Hatch Act, Federal employees generally are ; '

barred from rendering political service-that is, taking an ;
active part in political management of political campaigns. ; '. i: "...

Coverage-In general, Federal '' ?j', t :
: '
and District of Columbia Govern- your Federal employment. ,

ment employees, whether in the .You may petition Congressor

career or excepted service, are any Member of Congress. For

subject to political activity restric- example, you may write to your ill

tions. Parttime and temporary Congressman and tell him how i (" }>
employees are included. you think he should vote on any .. ..' .,. ..,.. .. ,......';.;. .

Exempt, however, are heads issue. '
and assistant heads of depart- You may sign petitions, including -

ments, members of the White nominating petitions, but jMit .J

House staff, and officials who may not initiate them or can- :

determine national policy and vass for the signature of othersif :

who are appointed by the Presi- they are identified with parti- FOREIGN VISITORS-Eight Naval officers from seven different countries, here to attend the
dent subject to Senate confirma- san political management or 1962 Mine Warfare Orientation Course, were visitors here at NAS Jax on Monday and Tuesdayof
campaigns.You last week. Following their arrival at 0900 they toured NAS Operations, NATTU (where this
tion. There is a partial exemptionfor photo was taken), were hosted to lunch at the Officers Club by CAPT James R. Compton NAS
attend ral-
Federal employees who live may political Commanding Officer, and then toured the NAS Overhaul and Repair Department and the Cityof
in communities in the immediate lies and join political clubs, but Jacksonville waterfront in the afternoon. The eight officers who were from China. Japan

vicinity of Washington, D.C., and you cannot take an active partIn Korea, Brazil, Pakistan, the Philippines and two from Norway, departed NAS on Tuesday for

in other communities the majority the conduct of the rally or Charleston S.C.

of whose voters are employedby the operation of the club or act ordered by the Commission, the

the Federal Government.Some as chairman, officer, committee employee may not be reemployed -
( State employeesthosewhose member, or delegate. You may in any position the salaryof CNO Desires ApplicationsFor

principal employment is vote on issues, but you may not which is paid from the same I

in connection with an activity speak for or against them. appropriation as the job from I

that is partly or wholly financedby You may address a political which he was removed. Male InvestigatorsA
Federal funds-are also sub- group but not on political party

ject to political-activity restric- matters. e Employees in excepted posi-
tions.) WHAT EMPLOYEES MAY tions come under the jurisdictionof limited number of male personnel in pay grades E-6

WHAT EMPLOYEES MAY DO NOT DO-The general prohibition their agency head in political or higher are being sought as volunteers for duty in Special

-These are some permissible on Federal employees is -activity matters. Series Navy Enlisted Classification Code 9592 (Investigator).

that they may not take an active According to recent CNO
activities with regard to politics: a
part in political management or What to do if in doubtIfyou and ordered to investigative bil-
You have the right to voteas notice, Code 9592 has been es-
you choose. Political-activity in political campaigns of a partisan are uncertain whether a tablished to identify a limited lets by BuPers perform special
character. These are some of certain action would violate functions under the auspices of
restrictions do not relieve a Fed- number of personnel selected to
eral employee of his obligationas the prohibited activities: political-activity rules, you perform special investigative du- the Office of Naval Intelligenceand

a citizen to inform himself of You may not be a candidatefor should present the matter in ties in billets sponsored by the are in no way related with

the issues and to register and nomination or for election toa writing to the Civil Service Director of Naval Intelligence. ship or station internal security
National or State office. You Commission, Washington 25, D.C. department billets.
vote. Employees are encouragedto
Because of the small numberof
vote by being given time off, may run for a community office You should get a ruling on the Eligibility requirements includea
billets available and the
where without chargeto only as described in the section matter before engaging in the na- minimum GCT of 60, Clericalof
leave necessary in order, to register and What Employees May Do. I action, since ignorance of pro- ture of these duties personnel accepted I 55 or a GCT/CLER of 115. Re-
You not solicit othersto : visions of the law for the jobs will be very
to vote-up to one day in states may not ex- selected. quests for waivers of eligibility
where absentee voting is not become candidates for nomination cuse you from penalties for vio- carefully requirements will not be grantedand

permitted.You or election to partisan offices. lation. Personnel screened, selected none are desired.In .

have the right to ex- addition, interested persons
You may not campaign for
press your opinions on all polit- should have a high school edu-
or against a political party or
ical subjects and candidates as cation or equivalent; have no record -
candidate.You -
long as do not do so in ) of offenses involving moral
may not use your auto- [ I'M GOING TO START ( WONDERFUL,CAGWOODIV.
such a manner as to take an mobile to transport voters, except I SAVING IN A BIG WAV/ WE'LL BE RlSHTalN turpitude; mental illness or alco-
active part in political manage- members of immediate V BLONDIE; SO I'LL' BE / STEP WITH THE! SLOGAN SABLE \ holism; be financially solvent
ment or political campaigns of. your > TO BUY ( "KEEP FREEDOM IN ) with no record of excessive indebtedness -
family, to the polls. However, I PLENTY OF V YOUR FUTUREU.SSAVINGS <
partisan nature. tact diplo-
a ; possess ,
riders in regularly scheduled WITH U.S.SAVINGS .
You make voluntary macy and judgment; no unusual
may a
carpools can stop at the pollson BONDS !
mannerisms, speech defects phy-
campaign contribution to any the way to and from work. ,
sical features or handicaps which
regularly constituted political or- You may not distribute cam-
ganization. (See restrictions.) paign material. might bring otherwise undue

.You may display a political .You may not march in a attention to the applicant; ability
to discuss subjects of naval and
sticker on your private automo- political parade.
rd, general interest; have traits of
bile, but you should not do so You may not sell tickets for
while on duty conducting the dependability and resourcefulness -
or otherwise actively promote 5c and be recommended by their
public business. such activities as political din- commanding officer.
You may wear a political ners.

badge or button, but here again You may not write for pub- Applicants must be recom-

you should not ,do so while on lication or publish any articleor mended by the nearest District

duty performing the public busi- letter soliciting votes for or Intelligence Officer or the In-
telligence Officer PRNC CIN-
ness. ,
against any political party or
You may accept appointment candidate.You CUSNAVEUR, or the nearest
of F Officer in Charge, Naval Investi-
to such positions as member
not solicit
cOmmittees may or receive gative Support Activity in the
boards of education, school any assessment or -contribution Pacific.

and boards of public for any political purpose.
libraries if your agency decides Personnel in the following rat
You not make a politi-
the holding of these local offices may ings are ineligible to apply for
cal contribution in a Federal
will not conflict or interfere with the code: RD, SO, FT, ET, RM,
building or to some other Federal
the efficient discharge of your employee. CT, MA, TD, AT, AQ, ADJ, PR,

Federal duties. If these officesare AM, AO, AC, HM, DT and those
elective, you may not partici- WHAT THE PENALTIES for designated NEC 33XX.
pate in a partisan 'political elec- Violation Are-The Civil Service

tion. Commission enforces political-

You may participate m a activity restrictions for employees You haven't "lost" money by

non-partisan local election in in competitive positions. The fc Klnr,.. "".Umlkutn Inc.111 paying health benefits premiums,

which party designation, nomina- Commission makes investigationsand even though you haven't fileda
tion, and sponsorship are com- holds hearings in cases involving HAVE YOU BOUGHT YOUR EXTRA SAVINGS BOND?- claim. The deductions have
The purchase of a U.S. Savings Bond puts your name on a
pletely absent. You may be a violations. The most severe freedom document. The pace of the Cold War has quickened. brought you worthwhile protec-
candidate for office in such an penalty for violation is removal Freedom is in danger around the world. The buyer of U. S. tion and peace of mind and your
election and you may hold the and the minimum penaltyis Savings Bonds, at this critical period in our history makes two part of the premium has been
office after election if the head suspension without pay for 90 important contributions. He puts his dollars to work building used to pay the claim of another
economic strength for the nation, to sustain the heavy burdenof
of your agency decides that your days.In cold war. And he puts himself into the fight for Freedom as less fortunate Federal employeeor
holding it will not interfere with cases where removal is an active partner of his government. his wife or child.

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24 Mar 1962
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? '" Preston Leads NAS

In 6ND Pistol Win

Sparked by the shooting of Ben Preston, firing a 278 out

of a possible 300 score, the NAS Pistol Team won the Sixth

y ;: Naval District Pistol Championship on Monday.

Preston, an AOC, from VF-135, was followed by Joe

.... : "' '''''*' '. .. ".' Galica, AMECA, of VA-44, with a 274; Carl Linza, AECS, ofNAS
: NAMTRADET 1058 with 268
: a ,
/ # ie' and a new shooter, Joe Cox,

[f'I': AMI, of NARTU, with a 226,

: PreparesFor bringing 1,046 the total winning pointsto

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HIGH.HIGH.HIGH-.B M. Bowling (left), holds the trophy which he was awarded last Sat. Atlantic Galica, earlier in the day,
urday night at the NAS Civilian Men's Bowling League Banquet for attaining the highest set of took the overall first place
the season a 651. At his left is E. S. McCreary. holding the High Game Award Trophy which he honors in the individual National

received for rolling a 253. And maintaining the highest average of the year with a 179 was B. R. MatchesOutstanding Pistol Trophy Match firing a 265
Johnson (right) with his trophy attesting that feat. Fleet
which topped 27 other shooters.In .
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second place was Linza witha

Power Plant marksmen from 261 followed by Preston witha
Jax Bears Seek naval districts and commands of: 257 and CWO Dan Gerbis of

the Northern, Southern and VAP-62 with a 249. The fifth

Capture League HonorsJacksonville's Local ProspectsThe Eastern United States will gatherat place honors went to Ed Rich-
NAS this weekend for the
ardson, PR1, of NAS Key West,
Jacksonville Bears Rifle and Pistol
pro Atlantic Fleet who fired a 248.
Garden Club was the site last Saturday football club began Spring Match pre-competition session.

evening for the annual 1961-62 NAS Civilian Men's Bowling practice Tuesday evening at which begins on Monday. They Tuesday was the beginning of

League banquet at which time awards and trophies were Durkee Field. will be joined by the top 24 the District Rifle Matches and

made- to individual and team winners of the season. Anyone here at NAS inter- 6ND rifle and pistol shooters ((12 once again out in front was Joe

Special guests for the occasionwere When ested in trying out for the each) now here at the Station Galica firing a 230 out of 300
beis. R. W.
CAPT R. H. Fagan, O&R Of- team should contact the Gen- finishing up the district matches. to take the individual honors.As .
30" failed to be calledat
ficer CAPT J. A. Public
Works, Officer and Bentley, the end of the drawings, B. R. eral Manager, Bill Hood at The Fleet Matches will get a result of winning both
Schub, NAS Jax Executive Of- Johnson of the second place En- EV 9-3948 for further infor- into full swing on June 4 with the pistol and rifle first place

ficer who the gineering team witfully crossed mation. shooters aiming for a chanceto honors, Galica will receive the
was principal
the banquet hall and presentedhim travel to the National Matches overall "top-shot" trophythemost
with chicken drumstick held annually at Camp Perry. after
a sought single trophy
Bowling league president C. J.
adding to the humor of the situa- Ohio, in the fall. during the matches.
Weppleman made the introduc- 10 P 0 R T BZI
tions followed by CDR Schub Entertainment for the Other winners in the indivrl-
evenng's -
. presenting the awards. ual rifle competition were Prts-
dancing was provided by 1. The last time a sophomorewas
First place league championswere ton who fired a 227; Ed Vanzura,
the Suns At Home
Jimmy Fisher Quintette. named to the consensus All-
the Power Plant six
skip- ADRC, of NAS Sanford, firing
pered by W, E. Dobbs and included America football team was in
a 215; Bill Stroup, CECM, of
J. O. Burton, R. W. Mont- 1957. Who was this outstanding For 10 TiltsThe NAS Key West, firing a 207,

gomery, J. R. Wight, E. S. Mc- IM Softball halfback? and Chuck Vining, ATCS, of
2. Max Carey was one of two
Creary and E. J. McCreary. "never say die" Jackson- VAH-3 at Sanford, with a 205.
elected to the Baseball
Dobbs players
accepted the league rotat-
ResultsThe Hall of Fame in 1961. Who ville Suns who have pleasantly
ing trophy' for the team. was Wednesday wis spent with the
Other the other and for which two NL surprised even their most ardent riflemen vieing for top team
performance NAS Softball diamonds teams did he ? fans in staying atop the Inter-
awards play honors. Due to Air News dead-
were given to B. R. John-
became active once again last 3. Which halfback the national league following a
son who received the High Aver- was line, the team results could not
age Honors. He recorded 179. Wednesday as the two leagues AFL's top player in I960(; (a) strenuous 18-game road trip, return be posted in this edition.It .

The a started the second round of the Abner Haynes (b) Billy Cannonc tonight to open a nine-day
High Set Award first place IM play. ( ) rene: Mingo home stand at the Jacksonville. is expected that the matches

trophy B. was appropriately givento On Thursday last, Chuck 4. Chicago's 1961 Stanley Cuptit'e Park. will conclude sometime today
Bowling who held
651. E. S. a Thomas, pitching for the National was its first since: (a) 1947b One of the largest crowds of with trophies and awards being
McCreary again
was I League leaders NARTU, chuckeda ( ) 1941 (c) 1938 handed out to the teams and
called is to
before the the expected greet
assembly to receive I season
individuals tomorrow at 1400 !in
against VU-1D,
game 5. Who was the only NFL
the High Game Award for I the Suns who enjoyed a highly
coming up with a 2-0 win. ; player to win the Most Valuable the NAS Theatre.
rolling a 253.Following succssful road jaunt saw
Here's how the teams stool Player award more than once be-
the formal them come from behind several TODAY at 1430, NAS Com-
presentation after the first three days. of playin fore the award was discontinuedin
of awards, numerous door the second round: 1947 times to protect their league manding Officer, CAPT. J. R.

prizes were handed out a rou- NATIONAL (Answers to Quiz) ead. Compton, will venture to the

tine procedure which turned out LEAGUE Manager Ben Geraghty's charges pistol range at which time 'a
ua'JD "UoIJnH uoa S"SCSI
to be
an event not soon to be Team W L (:a) > entertain the Columbus Jet "cease fire" will be called and

forgotten by those who attendedthe NARTU 10 0 .susxay in a three-game series beginning the captain will conduct an on-
banquet. The reason being, 7 2 Yankee
Admin tonight at 1930. The
five of the six SBfTBQ 'tduABfi jauqv ((8).C"UOJlog ) the-range shipping-over cere-
members of the '
ComFairJax 7 3 farmhands from Richmond come
Power pus i for Master Chief Construction
Plant Championship team, mony -
AF679th 7 3 smdppBimd uoinuiBH 'ins *z in Sunday to open a fourgameset
which won nearly every trophyof VA-35 1 0 oAwJY including a doubleheaderon I Electrician Stroup.
'uosiepuy qog i
evening, drew lucky num- AMaint 4 5 Tuesday. The Atlanta Crackers -

VP-741 4 5 move into town next Wednesday -

VU-10 4 6 VA-44 Now In for a three-game series.
League VP-30 3 7 OWLlN-1
Hospital 1 8 Tennis Tourney All single games on weekdays
begin at 1930 doubleheadersbegin
StandingsThe COM Mess 1 10
Winners BracketVA44 at 1800. Sunday games arc
AMERICAN Down the bowling alleys in
set for 1800 also.
first results of the IM LEAGUE downed Dispensary, the race for IM honors, the

Golf Tournament show the fol- Team W L VAP-62 and AF679th to become Tickets for all Suns' games are Play Boys lead the American

lowing teams in this order: Marines 10 2 tenants of the winners bracket'n on sale at reduced rates for ser- league with a 45 win, 15 loss

Ameican League FAW-11, VA-44 9 3 the NAS Intramural Tennis vicemen at NAS Jax Special: record while Supply "A" is out

2-0, VP-30 "B", 1-0; A/C Maint, VP-16 9 3 Doubles Tournament which began Services, Bldg. 704. in front of the National League

1-1; Supply, 1-1; Hospital "A" VAP-62 7 4 Monday. 36 to 12. Back in the top spot in

1-1; VP-5, 0-1; and VA-44, Dispensary 7 4 The outcome of the games of Tuesday, Dick Gaskill of the Continental League is the

0-1. Supply 5 7 between Admin, Dispensary and VA-44 was set to play B. V. Hornets team with a 39-13

In the National League FAW-11 5 7 VP-30 plus that of VP-5 and Southard of V AP- 2, Jim Ringof record.

VP-30 "A", 1-0; Marines, 1-0; VP-18 4 8 VAP-62 will determine which: AF679th against Rupert Average-wise, the Play Boysare

ComFairJax, 1-0; NARTU, 1-1; VP-5 4 8 team will meet the Hornets at Brooke of VA-44, and Bill Pap- rolling a 738, Supply "A"a

O&R, 0-1; Hospital "B", 0-2; FAETU 3 9 the net before next Tuesday.In enfuss of AF679th lined up I 750, and the Hornets also a

and AF679th, 0-2. Public Works 39 the singles .tournament, as against Tom Trout of VA-44. 750.

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Garden Circle

,. Installs New
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\ ','.;.,' ': Officer SlateMembers
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'4: of the Naval Air Station
.' Garden Circle held a luncheonand
installation of officers ceremony -

on Friday, May 18, at the

: : Officers Club.
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t Each member made and worea
fresh flower hat to the gather-
ing for which prizes were
awarded. Mrs. W. B. Allen won
in voting for the "prettiest" hat
and Mrs. T. D. Cummings' cha-

peau was voted the "cleverest".
Hostesses for the luncheonwere
the Circle's retiring officers
; Mrs. T. R. M. Gyorgy,
: + 'LJI I 1 President; Mrs. W. B. Allen,

I First Vice President; Mrs. T. D.

Cummings, Second Vice Presi-
dent; Mrs. W. E. Fraser, Secre-
tary, and Mrs. W. J. Morgan Jr.,
Treasurer. Mrs. Joseph M. Car-

son was a special guest of the

Following the luncheon, Mrs.
Gyorgy installed the followingnew
,4 officers for the 1962-63 Gar-
3) ; t
:.!: den Circle Year; Mrs. W. B.

Allen, President; Mrs. H. H.
Lowery, First Vice President;
Mrs. T. D. Cummings, Second
Vice President; Mrs. M. E. Felt-

so7 ham, Secretary, and Mrs. J. C.
Feltham, Treasurer.
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i : IAte. '
,,. Navy Plans Atomic
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ARMED FORCES DAY 'OPEN HOUSE'-In the two top phot os above, members of Company "A" of the U. S. Army's 13th Beacon For ShipsThe
Special Forces Group display both their parachuting ability (left), and weapons collection and equipment during the Armed Forces
Day "Open House" held here at the Station on Sunday. The Na ral Hospital set up a "million dollar" display of medical equipmentfor Navy is presently plan-
visitors to view in the Hangar 16 area. In the bottom photo at left above, personnel were even afforded an "on-the-spot" auto ning to nuclear powered
place a
mated blood analysis while at right an elaborate display of surgi al equipment is explained to a viewer by a properly garbed
"surgeon." Another sought after Hospital feature at the "Open H)use" display was the electrocardiogram check given interested acoustic beacon in the Atlanticto
visitors In the top left photo below. In the top right photo youngsters were rapt in their attention to a "fire-spitting" Seabee which serve as a reference point for
was part of the Public Works display. Members of the Fleet Air J ix Sports Parachute Club show off their equipment in the bottom hydrographic ships.
left photo below while other viewers inspect models of equipment displayed by NATTU on which courses of instruction are taughtin
its schools. Powered by a SNAP generator -
x 'IN_<<<<<< rn.wr.1.: .w.
: : ; provided by the Atomic

.. \: Energy Commission, it will give
five watts of electricity for at

least two years.

The beacon will stand in deep
water more than 100 miles from
he nearest land where it

: .:: ?;' }fyAAY < IdierljAl would be highly impractical to
M, power it by cable or battery.Classified .

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