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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 12, 1961
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I The annual March of Dimes locations throughout the Sta- Dimes aid has meant the cripplers-birth defects and

I appeal for funds is now underway tion.For difference, often, between a arthritis.

I and will be observed 22 years, members of united family and one scat-

I throughout the country during the Armed Forces and civil- tered among relatives or The need for support in
this appeal, it is pointed out,
I January. ian personnel have had a hospitals or other institutions.
, is than
greater ever, mostly
Current regulations (Plan special interest in helping
Contributions to the Dimes because the New March of
for Giving in the Federal Ser- make the annual March of
campaign now not only assist Dimes research program offers
vices) prohibits active solici- Dimes campaigns a success.

tation aboard the Station, but The costs of polio are so high the program of research and the great hope for mil-

contributions will be receivedin the ordinary citizen's pay patient aid to Polio, but is lions of victims of the three

March of Dimes coin con- check can't begin to cope extended to the conquest of painful crippling diseases .

tainers placed at convenient with them. two other costly and painful that can effect anyone. r.4



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BRIG. GEN. Louli B. Rob-
ertshaw, who will inspect the
Marine Air Reserve Training
VoL-18 No. 43 U. S. NAS Jacksonville, Fla. 12 January 1961 Detachment January 22.
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VP-18 Re-Up Full Honors Marine Air



Rate Shown Meet Special

hoc t! Chief Slates


On IncreaseIs Hospital VIPA


the reenlistment rate of 21-gun salute was Inspection

Navymen dropping? "Not so," be 116x fired at NAS Jax Wednesdayat
1300 to herald the arrivalof
J. L. Simms AMHl
says The Marine Air Reserve .
Career Appraisal Petty Offi- a special VIP. Training Detachment aboard
The salute proclaimed the arrival -
cer of Patrol ,Squadron 18. NAS Jax will be inspected by
of the 21,000th baby bornat
In fact, says Simms enthusias- Brig. General Louis B. Rob-

tically, reenlistment "fever" has Naval Hospital Jacksonvillesince ertshaw Commander Marine
opening of the family wingin ,
"spread like wildfire" in VP-18 Air Reserve Training, on Sun-
1943.
since June. 22.
AS THE SALVO was fired by day January
THE FIRST man to reenlist I The annual military inspectionwill
the Station's saluting battery, a
that month started a big ball i get underway at 0900 with
special "Baby Pennant" was
rolling which picked up VP-18's I honors for Gen. Robertshaw
hoisted, in honor of a six pound,
percentage from a rock bottom i Upon his arrival. The 22nd Marine -

0%. A rapid increase in reupsoccuied'"and two ounce girl born. to -NavyAiY' .Wing.,Band of MCAS,.Cherry :,
;
i' aid"Zt2rle"1 lto'i3ert 73ei'
( "by; October the' figure .. tsaC Point N. C. will play martial
was to, 40 percent. : tOt S EDUCATION CONFEREES -, An unusual nath. The baby arrived at ),002) music tor .hV i occasion.
up conference $ ,atjf' AS Sax &fe week with attachedto
; : : periidptnt Wednesday. B rnath' Is'
Reenlistments, were becomingmore ,hailing, rem.II1fE' and editorial jweig of church denom NARTU Jax. < EARLY MORNING hours will
and more frequent by this inations the nation. Conferees are selecting lesson : see a briefing by the commanding -

time, jumping the figure to a materials for Armed Forces Sunday Schools. Looking over some Quite a celebration is plan- officer of MARTD and
literature are. from left Comdr. Charles D. Beattr NAS Sax ned to commemorate the happy CO's in
MARG-4 and squadron
lofty 91 percent in December.The Senior Chaplain Annie Lauri. Newton Editor of Children'sLiterature
event. In addition to being greeted Building! ,905, followed by inspection -
squadron's commanding officer for the Presbyterian Church. US: Lcdr. Richard Hut-

Comdr. R. A. Sampson, eheson. Navy representative from Washington: Rosemary Roon- ,with a "King" and "Queen : of facilities by COMART.
bach. Associate Editor of Children's Publications for the Methodist salute fired
with
with Simms when he appropriate Press! luncheon at the Officer's
agrees says Church and Lcdr. Homer Connolly. NAS Cecil Field.Pro- ceremonies the inspection
militarr lucky followed the -
"It's hard to turn your back on a testant Chaplain.RELIGIOUS. Club will be by
Navy career when you know all baby will be feted with a cere- of Reserve personnel at

the facts." monial cake baked to signify'the 1500.

EDUCATION 21,000th landing of the stork, Gen.Robertshaw will be hostedat
SIMMS GRADUATED from.
plus a donation of prizes, and a reception at the Officer's
the PNC-1 Career Appraisal
the "Baby Pennant" will be Club later in the afternoon with
School at NTC Bainbridge, Md.
STUDY GROUP MEETS
as honorman of his class. lowered and presented to the dinner following.
mother as a memento of the THE GENERAL is a 1936 grad-
VP-18 also has four men on its ,
20 education
Approximately religious of
representatives occasion. uate of the Naval Academy
roster who are graduates of the various Protestant denominations throughout the United
where he captained' the 1935
THE JAX Navy Band and a
Career Appraisal Course con- States are conducting their annual Religious Education Con-
Marine Honor Guard will also football team.
i
ducted by the local Career Information -
ference at NAS Jax. I
Center. night (Thursday). be present for the ceremonies, He entered the Marine Crops
UNDER SPONSORSHIP of the i
The speaker will be Rear Ad- scheduled for 1300 Friday at the as a second lieutenant and later
The four include W. S. Pendleton Religious Education Advisory school at NAS
miral entrance to the family wing. entered flight
A. Rosso Chief
George of
,
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AEC; F. A. Caprio, AO1; D. Group 0 f the Armed Forces
(Please turn to Page 6, Col. 2)) Pensacola.
(Please turn to Page 6, CoL 5))
Maskel
L. AT2-P2, and J. H. Chaplains Board this group of During WWII, he served in

Docherty, ADR2. consultants meets annually to many air groups and participatedin

select Sunday ,School lesson mat- several engagements. lie was '

3 erials from several denomina- awarded the Distinguised Flying

tional sources for use in Armed 4 f /.iK u Cross |for his actions in the

Forces Sunday Schools. This 4s, 4 Solomons' area in November and

the first time this meeting has %' 4yiy fv December 1942.

been held at an armed forces: Prior to his present assign-

activity. r ?;'l, ment, Gen. Robertshaw was Assistant -

While here, the consultants are Wing Commander of the

meeting with Protestant Chap- k if 1st Marine Aircraft Wing in Ja-
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lains of NAS Jax, NAS Cecil f e9 J SH pan.

Field, and Florida Sub Group -,

Reserve Fleet, at Green Cove MDBS Payments Due

Springs., They will also confer : ,
with the Sunday School Teachers Mutual Death Benefit Society

of these commands, and with ___ ;;. c I members are being remindedthat
numbers 155
parents of pupils of the three assessment

Sunday Schools. Ii and 156 are now due.
: Payment of $2.20 total for
THEY VISITED and observed
assessments must be
classes in the Sunday Schools last the two
paid by close of business Jan-.
Sunday.Daily sessions are being

held for the consultants with DOOR PRIZES-Prizes are shown which will be given uary 23. orders
Checks or money
programs designed for Sunday away at the annual meeting of the membership of the Jax
Lt. Gen. Lewis to Em-
TO VISIT-who will deliver School Teachers on Monday and Navy Federal Credit Union scheduled for January 20 at 1930 should be made payable
B. Hershey in King Hall. First prize is the TV set with a Polaroid camera ployees Mutual Death Benefit
address at melting evenings, for parents' on
principal Tuesday
second prize, 12.gauge shotgun third and typewriter fourth Society. Cash payments cannot
Service
III Selective
of Region Wednesday evening, _and the prize. Showing the prizes Is Mrs. Dominica Breda manager of
officials here Monday. See i be accepted.
slated to-
6. Conference Banquet the Credit Union.
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KAt J.-.m. Sunday January 15
Jmt R. R*.dy Commanding Officer ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL
Comdr. Robert hklson' ___ Extcuttvt Officer 0830-Service of Worship.
HAl tbq fWl Air J.cks..vttU
R>.r Adm. Knnth CrilgCtpt. Commendtr 0930-Sunday School, three-
Griyston H. W.bwCtpt. ChUf of Staff, FslrJ. year-olds through adults, Build-
Nelson M. H..d ._ Chief. of Staff, NAB Six ing 722; Adult Bible Class, Small
FUl Air Wing Etv._
C.pt.- Rtnfro Turner, Jr. Commander: Chapel. / :
C.pf. Murlln/ W. Alley ChIef Staff Officer 0930-Service of Worship. ", :
Naval Air Tchnlcl Trslnlnf Ualt 1100-Service of Worship.
Cipt. Robert J. Ftwnlng Commanding Officer 1830-Teen-Age, Senior High
Comdr Marlon K. Smith Extcwtlv Officer
Naval Hsph l and United Fellowship of Pro-

Cpt. William L Eng.lman Commanding Officer testants, Building 722 and Small
Ctpt. John 0.C F.d.. : __ Executive Offker Chapel. ;
NARTU .
pt. r.: H. Holt Commanding Officer
Comdr. Wlllism M. Milltr Executive Officer ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL "
: a'
:o> tyw
0830 and 1000 .Sunday.Mass. tA : > M14t
Printed commercially with non-appropriated fond In Jacksonville, florida at ne o j ffJk ffJ
expense to the government end In compliance with NAVEXOS "M3 Rev. July "158 t
Distributed free of charge military and civilian pereonnel of Fleet Air Jacfctonvtlle, ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL $, ;
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air, Wing 11, Navel All 0615Confessions.0630Mass. .
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S.. Naval HotpHal. ta: iff

Service Information Officer ________ Cemdr. Alex N. Mclnnla Jr. 0930-1015-Java Club.
Assistant Service Information Officer -_ Andrew H. Pleney' 1030 Prolestant Worship .
Editor-Gordon Robbie Feature Editor-Mae Spencer JOIE Staff Reporters-Sandy LEARNING THE ROPES-Comdr. Johnie L. Delany (left)
Martinson, JOSN. Photographer-Joy Beccarl, PH2. Christian Science: gets briefing in inventory procedures in Navy Exchange Ware.
The Jut Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material Tuesdays, 1900, Small Chapel house Building 898 as he prepared last week to take over dutiesas
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit la given. Photographs, Navy Exchange Officer from Comdr. Henry'Skipper. (right)
unless otherwise credited, are offlcH U.a. Navy Photograph JEWISH SERVICES
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone extensions Small between All
Chapel,
8164, 656, 272 or 216. Comdr. Delany Takes
Saints and St. Edward's Chapels.

Wednesday, 1500 Religious

School.2015-Adult Education Class. Over As NX OfficerComdr.

Friday, 2000-Worship service.
2100-Oneg Shabbat. Johnie L. Delany, I
new NAS Jax Navy Exchange since Sept. 1958, who has been

Officer, relieved an old class- assigned duty in Naples, Italy

19&6 Does mate of his duties i when was the classmate of Comdr.

assuming his new post late Delany.

last month. COMDR. DELANY takes over

Equal 20'Comptrolley- Comdr. Henry J. Skipper, from himreign of Exchange activities -
Navy Exchange Officer here at NATTUnit, Naval

Kp,t tt Hospital, Cecil Field, Green

] NAVY NEWS ON Cove Springs, Mayport, and

.{ Glynco, Ga., besides NAS Sax s

Sailors who put off trans- WIVY/ RADIOTime proper. i

fer to the Fleet Reserve to be has been made avail- Before being assigned to his

Y '.{\t sure of having a full 20 years able by a local radio stationfor job, Comdr. Delany was former i

may now go out on the dates broadcast of Navy news Material Division Officer at i'

originally scheduled or' as twice daily Monday through NAS Jax Supply Department V
close to then as possible., Friday. for three-and-one-half years. i

They may also stay until the Navy news is currently being "I am looking forward to my

new dates they selected in response presented by the NAS new tour of duty very much. It

to a Navy 'warning'th t Jax Service Information Of- is a new experience for me,"
SUPERIOR ACHIEVEMENT AWARDEES John Will 19 and six might turn out to be fice direct from the Naval said Comdr. Delany.
(second from left) Production Equipment Specialist at O&R
worth $5 a month less on the re-
Shop 643, shown'after receiving award for superior achievementin Air Station at 0830 and 1630 BOTH OFFICERS attended
selecting best features of four different cylinder repair activities tained-retired pay check than a over radio station WIVY, Supply Corps School at Harvard
and molding same into a functional: unit for OStR's cy- full 20. 1050 on the dial. College for three months from
linder repair shop. Capt. Thomas B. Haley NAS Jax O&R MARINES WHO also put off
Officer (left) presented Will's award along with awards to William transfer date in to the All activities at the Naval June, ,to: Sept. 1941. They have
Early Supervisor, Chemical, John Repp, Production Metal- response Air Station, and in the Jax not seen each other since then
lurgist, and Bernard Boisvert. Supervisor Metallurgist, all of warning may file new transfer area, are requested to report until a few' years ago when
Material Engineering Division. They received a Joint award for requests.A .
I news and information directto
Comdr. Delariy joined Supply
X-ray examination of helicopter blades.
emergency has
clarifying opinion come
the SIO, either by phoning Dept.
from the Comptroller General
that the chief extension 272/656 or by me- Comdr. Delany has a Bachelor
saying out
Credit's Easy To Get on 19 and six does get going 50 per- mo to SIO, Room 238, Main of Science degree and a Bache-
Administration NAS
Building, lor of Arts degree from the Uni-
cent of the pay of a chief with
And Often Too Easy over 20.BuPers. Jax. versity of Florida.

NOTICE 1830 (which
was reported in the December 22
This is an ideal time of year to do some hard, unwishful think-
JaxAirNews) was issued in Sep-
ing about
money. tember when the Navy said it
How much do you plan to spend in the months ahead. Will you
saw signs that the Comptroller
have it to spend? If not, where will you get it? How will you getit General "
might stop the 19 and
?
6 counting 20"' ruling
MAYBE YOU'LL RENT IT. RENT Money? Well that's SecNav Notice 1830, just released -
what you do when you buy things "on time or get money from a
says of ,the earlier Bu-
bank or loan company. So the question to ask yourself is the same
Pers notice, In effect, "False
you ask when looking for an apartment or a'house_ Can I afford
alarm. As youwere" (as a navy
the rent? Times writer has put it.)
The thing about credit today a nice but often not-so-nice

thing is that for the average man, in or out of the service, it's

sa remarkably easy to get. People are so darned eager to extend it. THIS WEEK'SBRAINTWISTER

They make it so easy. ,
Is there anything basically wrong with credit Certainly not.

Our national economy is based on It. Without credit the American k A club planned an outing cost-

family would not now enjoy the highest living standards on earth. ing $54. At the last minute three

Moreover credit is trust and it is a good feeling to know businessand new' members joined the club

banking people trust you; so good that it's a real pleasure to I and, as a result, each member

avail yourself of credit. paid 90 cents less than had been

BUT TOO OFTEN THERE COMES A time of reckoning. originally planned.

Because of credit, a man is in debt and somehow he can't get out What was the original membership

of it. In trying to, he just finds himself in deeper. That's when he of the club?

regrets the delicious ease with which he obtained credit.and wishes (Answer on Page 4)) .Y.

he'd calculated'better on his ability to repay.A I DECEMBER REENLISTEE-John Frampton. AB2, receives
congratulations from Capt. James R. Reedy, NAS Jax commanding -
man should sit down with* his personal or family budget and Sign posted on a Scottish golf officer, after reenlisting for six years prior to the
figure out not how much credit he can get but how much he can course: "Members will kindly; Christmas holiday. Present at the re.up ceremony in Capt.
afford. Otherwise, he may be building to a time when he needs i it refrain from picking up lost ball Linda Reedy's office were members of Frampton's family, daughters
age 7. Margaret. 8, and
Mary, 3, sons John. 3, and Robert.r .
the most and it isn't forthcoming. until they have stopped rolling. 12,and Mrs. Frampton.Pag. .



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Be StressedThe


four-year observanceof

the Civil War Centennial

was ushered in Sunday in

scattered parts of the coun-

3y try, including at elaborate
ceremonies in New York City

and Charleston, S.C.
Special celebrations through-

"v y '' III out the next four years will em-

phasize the great achievements

and sacrifices of Americans on

both sides in the Civil War.

THE NAVY will be cooperatingwith

the Civil War Centennial
WINS HONOR Thomas
Commission, which is headed by Jones PN3. selected "Sailor-

"STAR" SHIPOVERS-One of the largest STAR Program retired Maj.} Gen. Ulysses S. of.the.Month" at VAP62. Ha
groups to ship over at one time reenlisted! last month at NATT- Grant III, grandson of the 17th was chosen, according to
FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION Unit with Capt. Robert J. Fleming commanding officer administering president. squadron officials for his out
the oath. STAR men are, from left J. H. Fraxer standing performance, leadership -
A. F. Sewell. W. E. Wemberley, D. E. Bullis G. E. Franks, During the Centennial period, military behavior and ap
W. W. Hugill Jr. and W. D. Willet. The men have all been the Commission, working with pearance.
Next meeting of Branch.126 is transferred to various sea commands in both the Atlantic and State Commissions throughoutthe

scheduled for Thursday, Jan- Pacific fleets.Equal. nation, plans reenactmentof naval warfare than any previous

uary 19, at 2000 at the meetinghall major battles. Other programsare period in history.To .

4530 120th St. in Yukon. Opportunity also planned to stimulate interest I illustrate: ironclad war-

The two new classes at NATT in and understanding of'' ships, high-powered rifled can-

Unit, AE "B" Class 6120 and the war. Underlying theme is nons, torpedoes (mines), torpedo-

AO "B" Class 6102, will be honor Given l l that the great conflict did not boats, submarines, balloon reconnaissance -
Employment
guests. divide-it united. and the Navy's

Retired or career enlistedmen Seapower exerted vast and first hospital ship were utilizedfor
in the regular Navy or Equal opportunity for employment to all qualified persons decisive influence in the Civil the first time during this

Marine Corps beyond a first enlistment I is assured under the policy of the Department of the War, much more so than most period. From these seeds have

have earned the rightto Navy and NAS Jax. also prohibited. people realize. Many persons believe evolved today's Navy.

belong to FRA and are wel- This policy prohibits discrimin- EXECUTIVE ORDER 10590 of that the Army was the The Navy has gone from the

come to visit any Yukon branch ation against any employee or January 18, 1955 established the only major force in defendingthe Confederate submarine to the

meeting and become a shipmate.For applicant for employment because President's Committee i on Federal cause throughoutthis George Washii.gton; from bal-

more information, contact of race, color, religion or Government Employment Policy conflict. loon reconnaissance to attack

Lowell Lorbeer at EV 4-5708 or national origin. Segregation is and charged it with the respon- THE WAR witnessed the birthof carriers, and from crude minesto

NAS Jax extension 653, or sibility of assuring that the pro- more technological changesand atomic depth charges and tar-

president Paul Hetz at SP 13068or New Law ChangesC. visions of this, Order are carried scientific developments inSUPPLY get-seeking torpedoes.

NAS Jax extension 8219. out within the Federal, establish- .
S. 'Retirement M'w' :;; ,">"r:;'ti4 m .....
At last month's meeting, Cong. ment. .? .. .::t\io: $,: : : f.ts"o. .,A T U :'''>':" '::'1.:1.'::::' "
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E. Bennett of the has
Charles spoke on The Secretary Navy !>.r"tt ft '
September 6, annuities payable R' GRAFT:
pending legislation in the new designated Charles R. Peck, .' SUPPORT
under Civil Service retire- ,
session of Congress, stating that Special Assistant to the Assis- ;W tt( NDIt-4 l
ment shall start on the day :
the military budget will be tant Secretary of the Navy
after separation, or the day L OGP'0& %
pushing $50 billion. (Personnel and Reserve Forces) r
after salary ceases and the
The Florida Congressman took as the Navy Department Em- '%
employee meets the require- ,
the stand that our foreign aid ployment Policy Officer. t
ment. ;
should be reduced, that we must This means that where form- He is charged with the responsibility :
solve the and of
gold problem a assuring carryingout
erly the annuity of an em-
firmer view on Cuba should be retired of the nondiscrimination .
ployee who was being
taken. policy, appraising personnel jir
under Civil Service did not
begin until the first of the operations of the bureaus and
Sgt: "Stand up straight, throw month following his separa- offices to determine conformitywith ;:
shoulders back and buttonup and
your tion, such annuity will now the policy, receiving
your overcoat!" begin the day following his investigating complaints, and recommending -
Married recruit (absent mind- corrective action in
separation. Yi.YXq}'...
edly) : "Yes, dear." such cases to the Navy Secre- }

tary.

CAPT. JAMES R. Reedy, NAS

Jax commanding officer, is the ,
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Deputy Employment Policy Of- >

ficer for NAS Jax. He has appointed -

the Administration Of- f.

ficer to assist him in carryingout : "

his duties of DEPO.
ACHIEVES GOAL-Capt. J. J. Davis Jr. (right)
Discrimination complaints i NAS Jax Supply Officer. receives January 6 Aircraft Out of
from NAS Jax employees shouldbe Commission for Parts report from J. W. Krick AK3 markingthe
submitted to the DEPO for first time in several years that no aircraft supported by the
local Supply Department are in AOCP status. A. H. Sopkowiak
investigation and processing in AKC chief of the Fleet Service Section points to clock indicate
accordance with Executive Order ing the 1200 cutoff time for forwarding the weekly AOCP report
10590 and NCPI 713. to Aviation Supply Office.

Complaints discrimination as

a result of a separation or removal New Station Security Idea
action must be filed with-

in 10 days after effective date of
Given Intense Test
Lj the action. Being

COMPLAINTS other
{ '. t involving *A new security concept for naval installations is being tested
personnel actions must be submitted -
for a six-month period at North Island NAS at San Diego.
within 45 days after effective -
The North Island test will
date of the special actionor Under the experiment, cer-
determine whether the new ideais
matter complained about. tain posts and exclusion areas
to be adopted Navywide in
NAS Jax'Instruction 12713.1 of are manned by military sentries
of the
place perimeter security
January 31, 1958 outlines the in and civil guard forces throughout -
concept now use.
Navy Department policy on dis- North Island NAS. A float-
CONGRESSMAN SPEAKS-Rep. Charles E. Bennett (D. crimination and is posted on all The new concept isolates and ing search team and back-up
Fla. standing) addresses meeting of Fleet Reserve Association Station official bulletin boards. provides concentrated protectionto force of Marines has also been
Yukon Branch 126 last month at the Fleet Reserve meetinghall.
Cpng. Bennett spoke on legislation to go before the new For more information, contact the more sensitive or classi- organized to hold spot checks at
session of Congress and how it will effect servicemen. He fol. Employee Relations Division of fied areas of the station with unannounced times and locationson

lowed this with a question and answer period. In photo from the Industrial Relations Depart- utilization of men, barriers, signs the station and are maintained -
of Branch 126: Capt. Robert J.
left are Paul Heir president Bennett. ment. and devices. in 'a ready status at all times.
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HOLIDAY SEASON ALSO RETIREMENT TIME-It was retirement lime for several persons at NAS Sax and tenant commands last month. Among those
caught by the camera's eye during retirement ceremonies were the three In photos above, shown being "piped over the side" In left photo, CWO Eubert Lloyd
retires after serving for 20 years. CWO Lloyd was' formerly Assistant Commissary Officer. Piping him over were the following Lcdr. George Holton
Capt. Bernard L. McCreery. LtJg( ) Paul Darby JrM Comdr. Stanley Krolcsyk Li. C. J. Collins. Lcdr. Lawrence Sutherland and George Brown BM2. In center
photo William Harris, HMC. is shown with wife. Peggy, upon retiring at the Naval Hospital. Congratulating them is Capt. William Engelman Hospital Co. In
right panel Charles Hammond, also HMC. retires after serving at Disease Vector Control Center. He will continue working there as a civilian, however. Side-
boys are (clockwise from left) Paul Helms HM1 James Rouse. HMlj Robert Hexelton Jr., HM2j Norman Allison. HM2j Frank Looby HM1, James Dupes
HMC and George Brown BM2. With Hammond is his wife. Nelle.



'Old Reliables' Sent Back CIVIL SERVICE .Navy Wives



For Another Term On HillThe News In ReviewWhat Corner' '

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November election, although producing some interesting .
defeats and tough fights for several old favorites, do you think of the Election of officers for Navy
made little change in the makeup of Congressional figures Government employee health Insurance in negotiating new contracts with I. Wives Club No. 86 was held

who make military rules and .laws. program now that you the health insurance carriers January 4 in the Dewey Park
The Congress continues De- scientiously during his one term. have subscribed to it? next spring, will seek to im- i Clubhouse. Retaining the post of

mocratic and chairmen of the On the Republican side, Leve- Most Federal employees will prove the program, based upon I president is Mrs. Pearl Smith
Senate and House Armed Ser- chance to their early majority views of employees -
rett Saltonstall of Massachusettswon get a express with Mrs. Vivian Wagner ad-
vices Committees, Sen. Richard a notable victory and the views about the insurance pro- regarding this program. vancing from treasurer to vice-
Russell, (D-Ga.) and Rep. Carl committee's woman member, : gram and to suggest changes in The Commission will soon send president.
Vinson, (D. Ga.) retain their Margaret Chase Smith, the its benefits and operation, it has its health insurance task forceto
all departments and agenciesin Mesdames Nancy Wernet and
affairs I been announced.The .
watchdog on reserve ,
jobs.THEY June Shaver retain
WERE unopposed for won in Maine by 100,000 votes. Civil Service Commission, the Washington area. In addition secretaryand
reelection, along with Rep. its regional health bene- corresponding secretary, re-
George Mahon, (D.-Tex.) chair- fit representatives will visit all spectively. Mrs. Ellen Day has
major Government installations become treasurer and Mrs. Bar
man of the Appropriations sub- I
committee handling Defense (throughout the country.It bara Raab was voted parliamen-

monies, and Rep. L. Mendel is planned to; have 'employ- tarian.

Rivers, (D-S.C.) chairman of ees fill out estionaires regard-' Officers will be installed Jan-

the reserve legislation subcom- ing their complaints with the uary 28 at 1900 in the Seminole

mittee.In program and their suggestions as Hotel. Members of the club are
the Senate, John Stennis, to how the service and benefitscan also being reminded to make re-
(D-Miss.) who heads the per- be improved. servations with Mrs. Elma Ever-
.
sonnel legislation subcommittee, oski! for the banquetdanceslated
and Dennis Chavez, (D-N. M.) Federal employees on official January 18.
who chaifmans the Defense appropriation Government travel who become I
| A Half-Price Sale will be heldat
ill out of town and
subcommittee, were F wQ ; 4 are hospital-
the Not-New Shop aboard the
not up for reelection. ized under the Government employees' -
i Station on January 17 from 0900to
Many critics of our Defense health insurance plan,
4fi: :. .:cs.a.a are also entitled 1400.
system lost their jobs, including to receive their
three who testified against extension per diem travel allowances, the'I Mrs. Ruth Berry, honorary
of the draft act. Other Comptroller General has ruled.i m e m b e r and long-time sup-

critics returned, however, including The Comptroller said that even porter of club activities, was
Rep. Frank Kowalski, I though the Government contributes honored at a coffee early this
(D-Conn.) whose charge of I part of an employee's premium month in the clubhouse. She is
waste of military manpower I under the health insurance leaving for California soon.

brought a special investigation.He Y I program, this is an entirely I

won a smashing victory. different matter and employees s I I 1
ALSO RETURNED to office hospitalized out of town in non- lB

by an overwhelming margin was Government ,hospitals under the .

Rep. Alfred Santangelo of New health insurance program are J
York, who started the chargesof ; entitled to per diem.Braintwister ,
{SR.4. .
ws ,
retired ----
officers influencing
WAVE AND PARAKEET Merle Hamilton DK1 takes a
Defense contracts and who tolda ( Answer)
talking break at NATTUnit Disbursing Office to say a few
House subcommittee he got his words to "Pretty Boy." her pet parakeet who keeps her com 12 members. Let X equal number
information from a "colonel" in pany at work. The Wave also has a canary at home "but he of original members. Then 1111rii
the Navy. only whistles," she says. form equation: 54 over X equals

Also reelected, by a 5-1 ma- 54 over (X plus 3) plus 0.90.

jority, was New, Orleans' F. Edward Mother Follows Son's Footsteps Solve for X.
Hebert who headed the

"influence" hearings, chairmanof An unusual side-light has I School. Gene, in the meantimewas people at NATTU this entails 4; :
'
the Armed Services investi- been ,disclosed in the career of earning his commission at considerable work.

gating subcommittee. He be r t the senior NATTUnit Wave. She NAS, Pensacola, Fla. Her work load is lightened :

tried to get stiff penalty voted is Merle Hamilton, DK1, of the Merle worked at the Disburs- however, not only by other personnel I
against retiring officers taking Unit's Disbursing Office. ing Office at Bainbridge until in the office, but also by ;

jobs with Defense contractors. When her son, Gene, gradu- 1950. On subsequent tours she the company of her pet para- I < .} a>
DEMOCRATS on the Senate ated from high school he enlisted saw duty 'at NAS Patuxent keet, "Pretty Boy", who often

Armed Service Committee up in the Navy and soon River, Md., Seattle, and London, comes with her to the office..

for reelection, Lyndon Johnson Mother followed in son's foot- England. Later Merle was trans- In her off duty time, Merle Js

of Texas and Bob Bartlett of steps, in the later part of 1944. ferred to NAS, Barber's Point, fluite a gardener at her home in, ..
Alaska, won without a struggle. Mother went through recruit Hawaii. There she served as Lakeland, Fla. She has had great
Johnson is going into another training at Hunter College, N..Y. agent cashier. success raising a variety of

line of work, though Vice with the early groups of Waves. Today at NATTUnit Disburs- Hawaiian flowers ordinarily not AND ONLY -i'19 -G Beautiful

President.The Son received his initial trainingat ing, Merle is in charge of all suited to the area. Diane McBain, 19, will portray
House Armed Services the USNTC, Bainbridge, Md. ,Military Pay Records, and must Not too the lead role in the movie
long she
received r
Committee will have after boot ago, version of Erskine Caldwell's
some Shortly camp, make a continouous audit of
records -
for
publicity
raising woodroses latest
changes. Defeated was Rep. Merle, too, was transferred to novel "Claudelle Ing-
for "
With
accuracy. an I lish.
a Hawaiian flower which looksas Misa McBain made her
Fred Wampler who served con- Bainbridge to attend Disbursing average "population of 1,500 if it were made of wood. screen debut in the 'movie
"Ice Palace." ..sPage '
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112 January AXAIR' NEW"'s' 5


(r Five Unbeaten Christmas Layoff Over ,


( Squads Atop TAX AIR SPORTS :Court Wars Resume;



Court LeagueIntramural Patrick Here Friday

basketball resumeda

heated pace this week, with The Jax Navy Fliers dropped a double header last

five teams sporting unblemished week to the Charleston AFB Hurricanes, 63-53, and 8161,

records so far this season. r giving the locals a 3-7 record for the season.

Administration and Hospitalare Noticeably hurting for height, court man Jim Orr were theFlier's
tied for the top with 5-0 the Fliers had only hit for fifteen with
NEWS'y high point getters,
marks and FAETU and the points at the half time buzzerof .
respectively.IN
16 and 12 points,
Marines are close up with 4-0 I k the first game. The game resumed THE second game' the

records. Last in the undefeated i the hardwood campaign Fliers were again smothered by
ranks is VA-44, with 3-0. I following a long Christmas re- the Hurricane offensive. Center

Three other squads with only I spite. Oliver Young with 19 and Mil-
one loss also pose a serious DURING THE second period, avec with 13, were Fliers high
threat to the league leaders, the the pace quickened on both sides point men in that game.

VAP-62 Braves, with 4-1, and with almost 40 points being The Fliers face Patrick AFB

VP-30 and the Boathouse, both M J ? + ti scored, but once behind ,the this Friday and Saturday at 2000at

with 3-1 records, remain strong. Fliers couldn't close the gap. Mainside Gym.

The remaining teams line up Guard Jerry Milavec and front The locals had games carded

like this: with Eglin AFB and Glynco

VP-18, 2-2; Operations, 2-2; Marterie Band Navy Tuesday and Wednesdayof
Aircraft Maintenance 1-3; Corn- t this week at Mainside gym.

Fair Jax, 1-4; Dispensary, 0-4; ,.. No results were available at press
NARTU, 0-4; O & R, 0-5; VAP62 { ha To Play.For time.

Warriors, 0-5, and the 679th > ; s

Air Force, 0-5. Dances Here Fliers' Farings

A treat is in store for all Player FO FTA FTM PT$.

Dales ArrangedFor dance lovers this month when Young, f 33 51 29 95
f 5 8 7 U
Ralph Marterie and his renowned Hug
GG Amaleur a .4. orchestra swing into Thompson, f 1 15 17 9 39

NAS Jax.Marterie. Reed, f 28"S 23 79
BOWLING CHAMPIONS-Champion of the Mainside fall Milivec, "9"0 29 127
Boxing Tourney winter bowling league is this team from Operations-Ordnance will appear at the g 28 25 5 61
which won after playing a darkhorse role. Front row (left to Commissioned Officers Club on Sfillmsn, g
. The 1961 Jacksonville Golden right) are Frank MacBeth. Bill Scarbrough and D. L. "Hap"Hall. Wednesday, January 25; the Warner, g 20 18 8 48
Rear Robert Hennerman Morton Hiait and Bob Gunter. Butler, g 6 11 6 18
Gloves amateur; boxing champ- Absent fram photo is Jack Evanoff. Because of transfer of most CPO Club, Thursday, January 25 12 757
ionships will be held Jan. 30- of AO School's bowlers, there will be no rolloff for the All- 26, and Bluejackets Inn on Fri- Orrg
Feb. 1 at the Coliseum, first box- Station crown. AO School won the NATTUnit une.VA44 day, January 27. Times for the

ing show to be held at the three dances are to be an- Bowling League

brand-new sports palace. JewelsAt nounced. -
Spies Slates/ Meeting, /
The tourney is open to all The big dances are scheduledin
connection with celebrations The Mainside Bowling Lea-
amateur boxers in the South
being held for the 50th Anniversary gue has planned a meetingfor
over 16 years of age. Open and End Rainbow
Of (Friday) at
novice division champions will of Naval Aviation. tomorrow,

be crowned in the 112, 118, 126, Marterie got his start during 0931) at the Mainside gym.
Things will be as tight as, a .high-wire performers rope All unit representatives are
135, 147, 160, 175 and heavy: WWII when the Navy,. gave him
tomorrow at 1330 and for a few hours.afterward when VA-44 ; requested to be present to

weight classes. his first opportunity to lead an
and ComFair Jax square off at the.NASJax"golf course for billed discuss' rules and other per-
orchestra. He was as
Service boxers are welcome to
the Mainside intramural championship.. tinent matters necessary for .
in the event. In "Ralph Marterie and His Great
participate
past Should VA-44, Handicap League the best interest of the league.
years, the Gloves have been Stephens, Steve. Kona, Admiral LakesBand".
titlist, win the match it will Intramural bowling actionat
dominated by service entries, also capture a leg on the Iron- Kenneth Craig, and G.W.Hoopes. He is; according to .leading the Mafnside Lanes Will

including rugged squads from man Trophy, the treasured pieceof music trade magazines, the na- begin around January 30 for
Jax Navy. The Fliers. should be silver symbolic of Mainside Skeet Team Puts tion's Number One college' and the winter-spring season

represented again this year. sports supremacy.IF ballroom favorite. I
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Deadline for entries is Jan- COMFAIR JAX kings of
Out Call For NewSharpshooters
uary 30 at 1400. Servicemenmust the Scratch League in regular

present a letter stating as season competition, defeats VA-
to their amateur status and cer- 44 then the Ironman Trophy will I

tifying their physical fitness.QQRTZJ. go to the 679th Air Force AC&W I Scattergun enthusiasts can get

squadron. ComFair Jax would the kinks out of their trigger t tI

win the Mainside golf title. fingers at the NAS Jax skeet

[" I Whichever team cops the range on Saturday from 1230 to

Mainside ,championship flag will 1700, beginning this week. I

titleholder, Support Splinters, Anyone wishing to bring their
1. Who is I
the only man ever to .
next Thursday at 1300 at the own guns and ammunition may
win the Professional Golfer of
golf course for the All-Station do so, but for those who don'tan
the Year award
more than once?
crown. arsenal of shotguns is at
2. Who won the first World Se-
ries? When? Battle for third place at Main- their disposal at no cost. Am-

3. Who was the only fighter in side takes place Monday at 1300at munition and targets are being
the golf course with the supplied at less than cost to encourage -
ring, history to fight in all divi-
sions Handicap circuit's runnerup, more shooters to par-
from flyweight to heavy- I I
,
weight? Aircraft Maintenance, facing I ticipate in this sport. .

(Answers to the_ Quiz) FAETU, runnerup in the Scratch I There are several openings for
I sharpshooters wanting to join
I "ml iiedavaq League. !
the Jax skeet team. More .
Navy
,q6n eqwoes iH 'eaue:3 FIFTH AND sixth places were _
JO =alued=>:O- 1.51010 .C contested for yesterday at'the information may be obtained by S [ .i

C06t "I eezq,'0'' 'W1l8 Station links between the two calling Lcdr. Rupp or Lt. McKayat ; .

Gall q6lncpmd.vtq. tkosog: .Z third-place finishers in the extension 8306.
''Cf. pus Scratch and Handicap loops, In other shooting news, if L

I S. 'QS. 'SUt "I uI gQH nee: *I Hospital and 679th Air Force. you're an NRA classified shooterin s _
No results were available at .22, .38 or .45 caliber hand-

Which Is Better? ScratchOr press time. guns, there's a spot for you on

Handicap Golf 'Team? The 679th Air Force earned a the Jax Navy pistol team. Eight
defeating O&R, men are needed to fill vacanciesfor
t ComFairJax, the M'a inside playoff berth by .
the Air Force District competition.All
with
Scratch which tied
i' Golf League champion,
will play the Handicap League squad for third place in regular equipment will be sup- .. ,,;;

winners, VA-44, for the Main- season Handicap League com- plied and entry fees and transportation GATOR BOWL SCRAP-The Naval Academy had Just a
side title tomorrow at petition, in a match last Monday.In to and from events a bit too much for remainder of the. six-team field as it coppedthe
)
(
Friday ,
i Services. Gator Bowl basketball championship December 30 at the
will be paid by Special
1330 at the NAS Jax links. the Mainside title playoff, Jacksonville Coliseum. The Middies, playing in their first Gator
be held Sun-
Matches will
The winner of this contest will VA-44 is banking its hopes on every Bowl tourney defeated sentimental favorite Florida Thursday
face the best of the NATTCenterteams Jerry Foley, Bill Sinnett, Ray day, here and away. night to win a final berth against a tough Georgia Tech quintet.In .
Maxwell and Charles Caricofe Any qualified persons inter- photo above, heated action in the Tech-Navy game is shownas
Administration Support
Navy's Jim Trimbley recovers rebound in a defensive man.
,I Services, for the All Station title ComFairJax strength lies in the ested in participating should call euver for Ben Carnavale's five.The Annapolis squad defeated
on January 19. finesse of Bill Korresel, W. J. chief Johns at exension 686. I Tech. 63-60.






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;; When You Retire


Ii Now Is The Time To Plan : Selective Southeast Service Region



For Post-Retirement JobIf Sets Jax MeetSome


you entered the service at an early age' and now see 125 members. of RegionIII

your time for retirement getting close, you undoubtedly are of the Selective Service System .
planning for more years of useful activity.- will convene at JacksonvilleNAS
Few people In the prime of, for
two weeks
beginningthis
asked "What would
life to steps you
want enjoy uninterrupted I
take to insure additional retire- Saturday.The .
leisure even if their savings and
investments plus their retirement ment income if you had your group, composed of active
career to live over again?" duty and reserve Army and National -
pay make it possible. j
The largest number by far Guard officers from theI

Perhaps you'll be going into said: More schoolingcollegedegree. ... I Southeast region, will have their
business for yourself; perhapsyou Other answers: Save ; '." I Iw headquarters while at NAS in
have a position open to you Building 711.
and invest more while in ser- .
in industry. But If futureas :;;: s..A.a.: I
your vice; Study business manage- Lt. Gen. Lewis B. Hershey,
a wage earner is in doubt, ment and administration; Make J Director of the Selective Service

now is the time to do some can- contacts with civilians while in ..o.aee; .....x.. n sirs.aa: :.aaRr's'tr: fi.i A::ri.wc: System, will be present to de-
did thinking about it. service; Get into a technical ALPHA AND OMEGA-Honor of having the last and lint liver the principal address on
- A SURVEY OF retired service service; Become silent partner in babies of the year have been decided at the Naval Hospital. In Monday at 0900. The group will
fact the honor for both settled late in
was the
afternoon of
people made two years ago business; Buy home while on active December 31 and early morning of January 1. Above. Fred- be welcomed aboard by Capt.
showed that only 34 per cent duty; Study languages.It erick Lynn Seylar looks content at being the last baby born at James R. Reedy, commanding
were getting along on their retirement not only bears thinking the service hospital for 1960. Young Seylar weighed In at seven officer of the Station.
alone. I pounds, twelve-and-one-half ounces. He's the son of Mr. and
pay about. You, being on active duty,
its
During two-week confer-
Mrs. Fred Seylar. Below William Anthony Perron seems satis-
Others who had gone out job- still have time to do something fied also with his role of being the first baby of 1961 at the ence, the group will hold discus-
hunting found that their mili- about it. ] hospital. The eight pound 14 ounce boy is the son of Mr. and sions on such items as training

tary experience, with its emphasis -' Mrs. William Perron. objectives, budget, and man-

on leadership, as well as ..!!; o.' + r .. power problems relating to the
v ,
their service-acquired skills, i YM.MAgNiw M,,.,, rrr, }a ..,?a..tid %! 's'}:''f.' '{ rr.D 5: USO Slates Dance national plan for civil defense

qualified them to step into well- and defense mobilization. Wash-

paying positions.To For ,Friday, 13thThe ington representatives of five

the question, how did you ;,, r $' Jax Navy orchestra will Government agencies will par-
secure your present job, the ,a. ',;t ticipate in the discussions.
}; play at a Friday, the 13th Dance
members of the largest group scheduled to be held tomorrowat Conference director is .Col.

answered: By personal applica- the Jacksonville USO Club, James L. Davis, regional field

tion, ranging from answeringwant 331 W. Forsyth St. officer of Region III, with head-

ads to convincing employers The informal dance will beginat quarters in Atlanta, .Ga.
that they needed them.
2000. YWCA girls will be
THE SAME questionnaireFAETU's
special guests. ReligiousContinued

Vespers and refreshments are
Training on the Sunday calendar as usualat ( from Page 1))

:.yyy lC {(r..0. : the Club, starting at 1700. Re- Navy Chaplains, who also serves
Films
Are ListedHere
freshments _will be served by as President of the Armed Forces

are more films availablefor members of youth groups at Chaplains Board. He will be,introduced -
checkout from the FAETU- Riverside Presbyterian Church. by Capt. Paul W. Dick-

Lant Film Library. Following the program a full- man, District Chaplain for the
Sixth Naval District.Arrangements .
Individual Protection Against length feature movie, "Five

Atomic Attack MA 8741-B tryf Fingers," will be shown. for the confer-
Explains principal effects oi f : ence are under the direction of

atomic explosions, blast, heat Enlisted Reserve Group Chaplain Charles D. Beatty, Sen-
and nuclear radiation. Also describes ior Chaplain at NAS Jax, and
protective measures to betaken Schedules Big Meeting Chaplain Billy N. Wolfe, Chap-

in such an emergency. 21 Scouting: / 1 Squadrons The Jacksonville. Chapter of lain Advisor of All Saints Chapel
Sunday' School at NAS Jax.
min., b&w.Summer. the Naval .Knlutod Reserve Association I
------- .
Incident-MN. FAW-11 is scheduled to meet
8982- party and dance for 1960 at the A little boy came home dejected -
17 at 2000 at
Tuesday, January ,
While
the Lebanon
using crisisas Recent departures from the Bluejackets Inn late last month. the Westbrook Communite from his first day at

an example, this film depictsthe Staff include J. R. Price, RMI, Present for the ball werComdr located the yschool..
Building, at corner
importance of being able to FAW-11 Radio School instructo and Mrs. John E. Cou- of Garfied and Lowell Sts. 1'm not jfotn' tomorrow," he
who reports to "B" school at sins and guests. said.
meet continuous world crises. 27
Two National officers i of
Bainbridge Md. B. C. McGrew
; ,
.Comdr. Cousins is commandIng "
min. K.The "Why not, dear?
be
NERA are expected to pre
RM3 who left for Korean
duty, officer of the .
NC-5 Mobile Electric and H. B. Scott, RM1, who heads squadron.Live sent at the meeting. They are "Well, I can't react or write

Power Plant, Operation and for staff duty on the USS Des entertainment was pro- James DeLoach, president, and and they won't let me talk, so
Moines. vided by The Redcoats. Tom Patten, executive director. what's the use?"
Maintenance MN 8411 De-

monstrates do's and don'ts while Others recently leaving FAW11 -

operating the NC-5 mobile elec- are M. L. Rodger to VA-85, >
and F. J. Muller, ADC, who retired d
tric power plant. 14 min., b&w.
upon completion of 20 years
service.

Wing Gets New Congratulations to J. S. Rubin, f

advanced to seaman on Decem-
Admin. OfficerComdr. ber 1 and to F. O. Scheiderer,

John Porter Jr. has AGC, who moved up to E-8 on ..
reported for duty as Admin- December 16.

istrative Personnel Officer on VAP-82

the Staff of Commander Fleet VAP-62 held its last all-hands
Air Wing 11. He relieves

Comdr. S. E. Storey who left Full Honors

December 20 for new assign-

ment at Memphis Tenn.In (Continued from Page 1)) .'" : :.:au:. ,:<-' '
All children who bornat b 1hlii.'1. :' :' ; : "
were ": : ": '> ft
his : $
new position, Comdr. T TRED
the Naval
Hospital regardlessof :
Porter will be responsible for
age, are invited to be presentas -
coordinating the administrative -
and personnel activitiesof honored guests. Refreshmentswill .l
be served.
the staff.
Since commissioning in
His last duty assignmentwas July
1941, the Naval Hospital has
in the Office of Legisla-

tive Affairs, Secretary of the been utilized by varying num- CROSS STAFF AIDES CONFER-A coffee and business meeting has been scheduled
Navy, Washington, D.C. wherehe bers of patients and has a capacity to be held every other month by members of the Naval Hospital's Red Cross Volunteer Staff
served as liaison officer of 400 patients. Currently, Aide workers. The first such gathering is slated to be held today (Thursday) at 1000 in the office
it also serves as the primary of the Red Cross NAS Jax Field Director. Playing important roles in day.to-day Staff Aide ac-
for members of Congress. point for outpatient visits for tivities are, front row (left to right) Mrs. Herman Ulmer of the Duval County Red Cross
Comdr. Porter's career dates Chapter; Mrs. Jean Landrum, new chairman of NAS Staff Aides; Mrs. Nona Storey retiring
back to June 1941 when he military specialist referrals, retired chairman; Mrs. James R. Reedy, wife of the NAS Jax commanding officer. and Mrs. Joseph
began flight training at NAS personnel and dependentsof ,Enqe, Staff Aides Chairman for Duval County. Rear. Howard Moran. Manager of Duval County
all the uniformed services i in Red Cross Chapter: Miss Janet Ralseli Naval Hospital Field Director: Mrs. Jeannette Abram
Jax. the Mrs. Alma Harnden: Mrs. Marge Coonan: Mrs. Marie Nelson: Mrs. Muriel Miller: Mrs. Lenore
.area. Hamilton; Mrs. Miriam McCauley, and Charles Gross, NAS Jax Field Director.




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