Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 1, 1962
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Peronnel In 16 Ratings Being Extended For Four MonthsThe


Commander in Chief of tended for four months. The QM, SM, RD, SO, GMT, FT, ET, thorization for transfer to the EM, ADJ, AT and AQ.
the Atlantic Fleet in a recent' personnel affected are those RM, SF, DC, ADJ, AT, AO, AQ, Fleet Reserve and whose transfer Personnel previously extended
directive has stated that USN whose expiration of active obligated EM, and PR. date occurs during the same under the provisions of Atlantic
and USNR personnel in 16 rat- service will occur between In addition, the directive con- period will be involuntarily extended Fleet dispatches 31, 38 and 45
March 1 and April 30, 1962. tinued, USN and USNR person- for four months. These will not be further extended,
ings will be involuntarily ex- The 16 ratings extended are nel in eight ratings who hold au- ratings include, QM, SO, FT, ET, according to the directive.

CAPT SullivanNAS

Is NewSupply Jt1X-

OfficerCaptain iuku

John D. Sullivan
officially assumed duties as Vol. 19 No. 42 U. S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 1 February 1962
the NAS Jax Supply Officer

his lieves January command office.CDR 24 ceremonies CAPT during Kenneth Sullivan change S.held Law re-of in Health, Crusade Drive Starts Feb. 12

of the post who will resume

his Supply former Officer duties as Assistant Kickoff Set Here Feb. 8;

The new Supply Officer comesto
NAS Jax from the Naval 10 Agencies IncludedThe
Aviation Supply Office, Phila-

delphia, Pa., where he served as { 4' Q: 1962 Federal Service Campaign in support of the
Director of the Stock Control National Health Agencies and the Joint Crusade will be
a a.
Division. held during the period February 12 to 24 for military and
CAPT Sullivan was born on civilian personnel of naval activities in the Jacksonville

June 20, 1918, in Pittsburgh, Pa., area:
and is a graduate of the Univer- o hk Four kickoff rallies have been
sity of Florida, where he received scheduled. The first is set for ing officers of participating acti-
a BS degree in business : ; { j' 1100 Thursday, February' 8 at vities will also be on hand. The
administration. Commissioned an King Hall for activities located Jax Navy Band ,will provide
ensign in 1941, he began his nav- aboard NAS Jax. NAS Cecil music for the occasion.

al career during the same year Field has 'scheduled its rally for The campaign, first of three
when he underwent instructionat 1000 February 12. Mayport Naval authorized for federal activitiesin
.. Station has slated its initial kick-
Supply Corps School, Wash- }{ { ; 1962, involves 10 separate
ington, D.C. Upon completion of off jamboree for 0900 on Febru- agencies under two banners -
instruction, he attended Supply &n wS' r .> ary 13. Units in the downtownarea National Health and Joint Cru-
Corps School at Harvard Univer- will attend a rally at the sade. Solicitation for the two will
Industrial Manager's Office be held concurrently.
sity.His sometime during the week of
first tour of foreign duty 'The
{ February 12. Health Group has
came in August 1941 when he
two new agencies for 1962, mak-
assumed the duties of Assistant Keymen, unit chairmen- cam-
total of The American
ing a seven. -
Supply Officer at NAS Coco So- paign workers, high ranking Heart Association and the
lo Canal Navy officials and representativesof
Zone. From August
National Association for Retarded -
1942 to August 1943, he was attached participating agencies will be I Children have joined the Am-
in attendance at all rallies.
to Fleet Air Wing 3
as erican Cancer Society, Muscular
Supply Officer and in September Rear Admiral Joseph M. Car- Dystrophy Association, United
1943, he was reassigned to son, Commander Fleet Air Jack- Cerebral Palsy, National Asso-
Special Task Air Group II as sonville and Commander Naval ciation for the Prevention of
that group's Supply Officer. Air Bases Sixth Naval District,
Blindness and the National Society -
_. .. ,
will head the list of
Relieved of that assignment in
'NOW HEAR THIS'-CAPT John D. Sullivan (seated), reads for Crippled Children and
May 1944, CAPT Sullivan assumed his orders over the public address system to civilian and military next Thursday's rdlly at NAS I Adults in this year's National
duties as Supply Officerat personnel of the NAS Supply Department on assuming the J ax. Cecil Carroll, vice pre-: Health Agency effort. I
NAS Traverse City, Mich. He as Supply Officer on Wednesday. January 24. CDR Ken sident and director of agenciesfor
remained there for net S. Law, who had served in that capacity since the detachment the Independent Life and The Joint Crusade includes
a one-year of CAPT James J. Davis Jr.. on December 22. will three international welfare
tour of duty and then reported resume the duties which he formerly held as Assistant Supply Accident Insurance Co., will be
(Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 1)) Officer.to the principal speaker. Command- (Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 5))


American War Art On ,f

Display At JU LibraryA

unique collection of American war art from the 1 ,s cx; .::. ..'
brushes of a group of the nation's top-flight artists is now i k rh

on display in Jacksonville at the Jacksonville University yikrY' y
Library through February 7, under the name of "Operation 1
Palette," a traveling exhibit from the Navy Department.
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The show, which opened today, Jacksonville under the auspices -
is open to the public free of of the Commandant the
charge from noon until 2200 Sixth Naval District. It is appearing -

daily. locally under the spon-
These works, done by specially sorship of the Naval Reserve In
commissioned combat artists on cooperation with Jacksonville f :

all World War II fronts, duringthe University.The .
Korean action, in the Medi- Navy has kept the show
terannean and off the China almost continually on tour since
Coast, are part of the million- I 1946 to afford the public an opportunity -
dollar U. S. Navy art collection.In to witness an art exhi- .
"Operation Palette" 120 major bition which has been describedas y. 46i ./: :r r

works are included. Most are "an accurate and permanent DEATH OF A COXSWAIN AND HIS BOAT-On D-Day plus one., the pounding Iud hurled
famous paintings by prominent record of what war means." this boat onto the beach. In her bloody hull the coxswain WM found shun lifeless over the
American artists and many have More than ,55 million persons wheel and now his enshrouded body and the battered craft lay dead beach where they
been reproduced in book form. here, and abroad have witnessedand had carried wave after' ware of assault troops of the Invasion. This dramatic scene portrayed: by
and in national publications. artist LT Edward Millman, is ono of the 120 combat art paintings in "Operation'Pale JieV noon
accuracy and
acclaimed the display at Jacksonville University's Library. Th. art show, which hu no eoUDJ.rput'hi"heU.
"Operation Palette" is brought (Please Turn to Page I, Col. 5)) S.. is open to the public, with no charge for admission.


1 February 1962

azaw4 ifs L.a"L A


MAS, Jadaonvfll'
CAPT J. R. Compton Commanding Officer *

CDR Welter J. Schub -Executive Officer :, ,,. ,,, ,
Fleet Air Jackeonvtllei NAB 6ND
KADM Joseph M. Canon Commander
CAPT Vincent F. Chief of Staff
fleet Ak Wing Eleven
CAPT Gilbert J. Frawenhekn -- ...- -..- -.. ,.- Commander
CAPT Andrew H. Cowart _' Chief Staff Officer
Naval Air Technical: Trek** Unit i *'\ 'k't$4
CAPT Martial! D. Allen _Commanding Officer
CDR Eugene F. Verdery Executive' Officer rb: U1 6ij'4
Naval Hoepftel
CAPT R. O. Canada Commanding officer
CAPT Stephen H. Tollni _Executive Officer
Navel Air Reearv Training Unit q
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. _Commanding Officer [
CDR William M. Miller _Executive Officer
Printed commercially with non-appropriated fundi In Jacktonville, Florida atM ir-
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P45 Rev. July
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet All
.Jecbonvllle, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing ._ -
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.s. Naval Hoepltal. DISTINGUISHED VISITOR-RADM Joseph M. Carson, (left), ComFairJax and ComNabSix,
CDR Alex N. Mclnnli Jr. Service Information Officer and CAPT J. R. Compton, NAS Officer (right), greet The Honorable JamesH.
Andrew H, Planey Assistant Service Information Officer WiMfa Jr.. Assistant Secretary of the Navy 9Res.arch( and Development) and Mrs.S Wake.
News Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb Staff-Mae Spencer, Jot Mire Whetitone, lin upon their arrival here for an overnight slay on Tuesday, January 23. The Beeretary ,
JOI S.ndyM.rtlnlon, JOSN. Photographer, Joy Moreau, PH2. enroute from NAS Anacoitia to Tinker AFB, Okla.. stopped off here overnight due to bad

Member Council of North of Industrial Florida Induitrlal Editors. Editors Auoclalten* and Southern and International weather. ____________________

The Jax Air Newt la a member of the Armed Force Press Servk Material
appearing In tide publication, can be reprinted providing credit to gfve Pt.... First Nuclear
rephe unlew otherwise credited, art official U.s. Navy Photogrephe.
Editorial officei located In Room 290 Main Admlnlefration fcrfUlng.Ktenalon Phone' I CIVIL SERVICE
I 0164, 656, 272 or 214. I
Carrier Visits

Lincoln Proved Value Mayporl SundayThe I News In ReviewHearings

world's first and only nu-
Of A SelfEducationEach clear powered attack aircraft PAY RAISE BEGIN SOON
carrier, the USS Enterprise, will
stop off at the Mayport Naval on Federal classified and postal employee pay raise

year with the approach of Lincoln's birthday we Station, Sunday morning, Febu- legislation will be started February 6 by the Senate Civil Service

are reminded afresh of how this man emerged from rural ary 4, for a four-day visit. Committee.The .

obscurity into public life through stages of selfeducationthat The huge 1,123 foot flattop
committee is expectd to subsequently discuss postal rate
will arrive from duties in connection -
no American growing today has to From
up improvise. A raise for the classifieds and postal group has a
with Project Mercury. It legislation. pay
kindergarten on, our learning is supervised. We have teachers -
to postal rate increases, and enactment of a
is scheduled to leave on Thurs- direct relationship
to consult, libraries to explore, authorities to guide us.
But consider what it must be like to have none of these day, February 8, to continue its postal rate boost will strongly help chances of pay raises as
"shake-down cruise" in the Car- well as the amount of raises, it is felt.
and still be
fired by the urge to develop, to grow in mindas

well as body, to understand to pursue the goal of more ibbean. The President's forthcoming pay proposal would be effective
than. literacy in a frontier ''environment where the barest Whether visiting by the gen-
January 1, 1963, and it would be spread over three years. Whetheror
eral public will be allowed duringthe
rudiments of an education sufficed? "There were some not this will come about, will not 'be known until the whole
schools, called' Lincoln ship's stay had not been
so remembered in later years, "butno discussion is completed on the' pay proposal.As .
determined at time.
qualification was ever required of a teacher beyond press
readin', wrltin and cipherin' to the rule of three." The Enterprise, skippered by for definitely sponsored bills calling for pay raises for

Today's Americans especially in the Armed Forces CAPT Vincent P. de Poix, was classified and postal workers, some 30 House, members have introduced -

have the tools of self-education within easy reach. Imagine christened on September 24, 1961, such measures. The latest was introduced by: Representative -
News Va. In Octo-
at ,
what Lincoln, during his brief military service, would have Morrison, Democrat of Louisiana, a ranking majority memberof
carrier made clean
ber the
done with the opportunities offered by the United States a the House Civil Service Commission. He is sponsoring a bill
of her trials.
Armed Forces Institute, had it existed in his day-a youth sweep sea to give a flat 14 percent ''pay raise to all Federal classified em-
With eight pressurized water
who had access to only a few books such as the Bible, Robinson ployees. The raise would be effective on enactment and wouldbe
nuclear the En-
Crusoe and Pilgrim's Progress, a youth who had to do terprise can power operate for extended a one-shot deal. Rep. Olsen, Democrat of Montana, has intro-
his arithmetic sums on a smooth board because paper was duced a similar bill.
scarce. periods without refueling, thus
increasing her striking capabi-
Lincoln thought of himself as' shiftless; but would a lity and operating flexibility. SEEK TO STRENGTHEN
shiftless man, after painfully acquiring the fundamentals of T RETIREMENT FINANCES

an education, have forged ahead to study for the bench, us- NATTU HonormenW. Congress has been requested by President Kennedy to enactan
ing borrowed law books? Not likely. As an example of reso- adequate long-range financial plan to assure the financial sta-
lution and pursuit of a goal, Lincoln has few if any peers H. Shelton, AA, AE-A bility of the civil service retirement system.
among the great Americans we venerate. In moments of School-88.02.

self-doubt and discouragement we can look to him for a re- Pfc. Jerry G. Hanks, AO-A The President has urged legislation to assure that the net
newal of our own sense of purpose. I School-86.73. I accumulated employee contributions to the retirement system by

maintained at all times. He also asked for authorization to main-

tain a permanent indefinite appropriation which would be used at

any future time as necessary to permit benefits to be paid as
stipulated without reducing the fund below this minimum level.

Civil Service retirement, experts have warned that the fund wouldgo
bankrupt by 1990 unless the fund is more adequately financedby
the Government.



Is An Employee Most Satisfied? Several weeks ago, Dr.

Paul Downing of the University of Florida, in a speech before
the local chapter of the Armed Forces Management Association,

touched on "Why Men Work." He insisted that money is not

always the primary reason for man's day-to-day grind. He pointedout

that "doing a decent worthwhile job as a responsible personin
the overall scheme of things" was more important to the

Now along comes a report from the Agriculture Department to

substantiate his theory. A survey among Agriculture Department

employees shows that "pride in work" takes precedence over more

material things. The survey was made among 8,000 of the 80,000
Agriculture employees. No. 1 aspiration of the employees was to
GOLDEN WUGGETT OFFICIALS-Shown her art the new officers and committeemen who do work which is worthwhile. Second was their wish that maxi-
wjll direct the Golden Nugget Club during 1962. They are (front row, left to right), Cheryl mum use be made of their skills and pleasantand
Fultcf Prue Deride Margaret Jackson) Sharon Jackson; Gladys Maldonado, treasurer} and Bon services. Next came
tie Marshall secretary. Back row, (left '10 right) .Mike Bosco) Willie Maldonado Mike Me- cooperative co-workers, safe and healthful working conditionsand
vice president Jim McGuire, president} and R." J. Burch. All Navy teenagers are invited a fair and just promotion policy. The desire to "be kept busy"
to Lola and participate in mctiyllles of the club which m"lI.ac Saturday at 1130 at their was high on the list. Near the bottom were such things as snack
"' lretu bar 'and an office flower and sick fund.

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'1 February 1962 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3I

CNO Announces ContestFor

I : $ i a' Navy PhotographersThe

Chief of Naval Operations has announced an award

for "The Navy in Pictures." Eligible to compete for the

, award are enlisted photographer mates and designated


The award is designed as an

t :$ ,a'" as\. effective training medium whichcan
+ .
} $ Traffic
;J :J. Station provide valuable photographsfor
iY T
: ;; : +
Violation/ RecordThe the Navy Film Archives and
provide a means of obtaining individual -
following is a reportof and command recogni-

motor vehicle accidentsand .
r traffic violations for the tion.A
} miniature
1 (35mm) categoryand
' NEW NAVY WIVES CLUB OFFICERS-ThtM new officer of Navy Wives Club 86 were period January 21-27: a general ((2&x2W') cate-
installed for 1962 during candlelight ceremonies at the Seminole Hotel in Jacksonville on Saturday NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis gory and larger negative format

. January 27. They are (left to right). Mrs. Barbara DriscolL Chaplain Mrs. Ruth Skapyak week .............................5 will the
Vice President Mrs. Nancy Wernet President comprise two categoriesof
Mrs. Franklin
Corresponding Secretary; Mary .
Total Jan. 27 .16
Mrs. Ellen Day Treasurer Mrs. Sue Day Recording Secretary, and Mrs. Ruth Reese Parliamen- pictures desired.
Number during Jan. 1961 19
Entries will be judged on the
basis of technical excellence in
week ..........................48 .

: College CourseRegistration Navy Wives Club Installs Speeding ...............................7 nique telling, photographic the story, camera quality tech-of

I Reckless Driving ................2
the completed entry and origin-
Running Stop Sign ............2

- ToBegin New Officers For '1962At Others ..................................37 ality of subject treatment.
NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE prints shall not be
more than 61"x8" in size and

On Feb. 5 an impressive candlelight ceremony held at the ........30 mounted in units of three on

1 Seminole Hotel in Jacksonville on Saturday evening, Janu- Fifty-eight drivers appeared 16"x20" mounts to display the

The NAS Career Informationand ary 27, seven Navy Wives were installed as new officers of before the Traffic Hearing sequence of events in the proper

Education Center has an- Navy Wives Club 86 for 1962. Board on January 22 with the order. The story should be told
Captain Walter S. Peck Jr., I in not less than six nor more
nounced that four freshman- by a banquet and climaxed witha following disposition being
Senior NAS Chaplain, conductedthe I than 12 separate photographs.All .
level courses will be offered dance, music for which was made' of cases: fifteen lost
here by the University of Flor- installation ceremonies which furnished by a Navy band.. driving and parking privileges entries and original nega-
ida, commencing sometime in officially began the duties of I aboard the Station for various tives should be mailed to the

February.se Mesdames Nancy Wernet as pre- Honored guests attending were !I periods; nine were assignedto CNO (Op-346)), Navy Depart-

sident; Mary Franklin, vice pre- CAPT and Mrs. Compton. CAPT an eight-hour remedial ment, Washington 25, D.C. mark-

The courses to be offered are sident; corresponding secretary, and Mrs. R. O. Canada; CAPT I course in driving instruction, ed "The Navy in Pictures." Dead-
ce m
Elements of Mathematics, Basic Ruth Skapyak; recording' secre- and Mrs. Peck; CAPT and Mrs. twenty-two received suspended line for entries is June 30.

Mathematics, General Psychology tayr; Sue Day; treasurer, Ellen Hartsel D. Allen; CDR and Mrs. penalties, eleven were given The winning contestants will

.te 1 and Written i Communication. Day; parlimentarian, Ruth Reese, W. J. Schub; Mrs. Robert Mul- warnings, one was dismissedand receive plaques for best of show,

a 1 It is planned to conduct thea and chaplain, Barbara Driscoll. linex; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel V. two were referred to first, second, third and fourth in

classes in Naval Air Technicalas Guest speaker for the occasionwas Casino and Mr. and Mrs. Irving commanding officers for pos- each category.

Training Unit classrooms, how- CAPT James R. Compton, C. Luther. sible disciplinary action. Certificates of Merit will be
ever, the place for class meet- NAS Commanding Officer. He -
I Rear-end collisions often awarded for first, second, third,
ing will be announced in the neare cited the fine work that has occur when the vehicle ahead and fourth honorable mentionin
future. been done during the 15 ASSESSMENTSDUE
years slows down or stops sudden- each category.
that the local has beenin .
jr Interested personnel are urged group ly-avoid such accidents by A special award will be made
existence. He :also pointedout
I not to miss the registration sincea observing these simple pre- for the best entry submitted bya
the sacrifices that have to be
must have a minimum. cautions: photographer striker.
course made by the Navy wives and The Employees Mutual ;
1. alert and
of 20 persons enroll or it will Stay keep your Additional information may be
Jr how important they are in con- Death Benefit Society advises
traffic ahead.
have to be cancelled. eyes on obtained from OpNav Notice 3150.
1- tributing to the efficiency and members that Assessments 175 2. Keep distance of AT

\- Tuition fee will be $27 per happiness of their husband's and 176 are now due and pay- LEAST one vehicle length for

'f course, payable at the time of chosen job. albe by February 6, 1962. each 10 miles of speed be- Mrs. S. A. Noack

11 registration which is scheduled The ceremony was precededIn tween your vehicle and the

1- for 1600 Monday, February 5, at one ahead. Gets Performance

id the CI&E Center, Bldg. 955. Fourth JANGO Class 3. Increase this following

)- Commencement dates and timesof distance on wet, snowy or icy Award At O&R

classes will be announced at roadways-particularly when

the time of registration. Graduated At approaching intersections. Sustained Superior Performance -

HospitalThe 4. Remember that unexpected Award of $100 was pre-
; sented to Mrs. Sieglinde A. No
conditions force
t fouth class of JANGOs (Junior Army, Navy Guild the driver ahead to may stop sud- ack, Management Controls

: Classified Organization) graduates received caps and certificates at denly. Group, during informal ceremonies -

the Naval Hospital during ceremonies there on Friday eve- 5. Make frequent use of the held on Friday, January
19, in the Overhaul and Repair
ning, January 26.. rear-view mirror to check on
FOR SALEY order to qualify for graduation vehicles behind. If they fol- Department.
Oak Hill-3 bdrm 2 bath $66.39 per the 10 JANGO girls com- graduates there were two sets of low too closely, let them pass. Captain Robert E. Clements, .t

mo.; SP 16874. pleted a total of 100 hours of twins, Carolyn and Sharron 6. Always give hand Assistant O&R Officer, presentedthe
'I- By Owner-3 bdrm, 1 % bath, low Thompson and Betsy and Kathy proper award in
aide training since the recognition of Mrs.Noack's .
It equity, built-in kit., no qual. SP 13278. nurses Werner. Other graduates signals before slowing down,
S Riverfront Home-with lep. guest class began last October. turning or stopping. efficiency and outstanding -

I. hie., 3 bdrm., 2 bath, fireplaces, 500' Mrs. Henry Schlang introducedthe Nancy Arnold, Becky Fowler, 7. Avoid sudden stops performance of duty duringthe
dock; CO 46646. Barbara Koch, Linda Pulley, period October 1, 1960
guests and LCDR John R. slow down
.l Ortega Hillt-trop style, 3 bdrm., 2 Helen Shea and Judith Spencer. gradually. through October 1, 1961.
1 bath, patios, $100.50 per mo., avail Hershberger delivered the invo-
immed., Inspect after 1200 daily;. cation. Welcoming remarks were
EV 4-7389. made by CAPT R. O. Canada,
$350 Equity-no qual. 3 bdrm., sep. Naval Commanding Of-
din. rm., util. rm., carport, $65 per mo.; Hospital a
CO 4-9887. ficer, which was followed by the /ye'3

FOR RENT presentation of caps by CDR

Furn. Effic. Apt.-redecor., 1 or 2 Lucille Beumer, Chief, Nursing
C adults only, upr., prl. entr., $11.50 per Service. It'
I, wk or $45 per mo, util.! ; EV 89886. CAPT Canada also presented
Furn. Effic. Apt.-redecor., 1 or 2 y ;:
t adults only, upr., pri. entr., $11.50 per certificates to the JANGOs and S ?
1 wk or $45 per mo, util.; EV 89886. was assisted by LCDR EleanorM. { ti X4

1 Orange Park-2 bdrm.; kit. equip., Company, who also is an instructor -
, $65 per' mo.; CO 49773. for the class. RADM
Furn.-1 1 bdrm., Ig. prl.! lot, $65 per
Joseph M. Carson, Commander,
mo.; $P 1-2756 after 1600.
t Apts.-4 rm. furn. and 5 rm. unfurn., Fleet Air Jacksonville and Naval

t, Riverside; EV 89992. Air Bases Sixth Naval District,
3 bdrm., $90
Lake Shore-unfurn. per addressed the graduating class
' mo., avail. Feb. 10; EV 95954.
) Furn. Apt.-4 rms, bath, gar., $70., and guests.An .
I elec., wat.; EV 71950. Honor Guard of capped
. Furn. Apt.-bdrm. shwr-bath, kitchen- JANGOS from the first three --
ette, pri. entr., gar., util.! 1 or 2 men; JANGO, classes were present for I
t Ave., after 1630, Sat.
1210 Edgewood the ceremonies which were clos- FOURTH CLASS SMILES?-These Members of the fourth class of JANGO girls graduatedfrom
> & Sun. all day. the of training taught her at the Nan ,ceremonies
, 1-unfurn. 3 bdrm., $85 ed with the benediction deliveredby course Hospital January
Avail. Feb.
26. The newly capped grads are (front row, left to right), Judith Spencer Linda Pulley Helen
.. per mo.; SP 13501. LCDR Hershberger.In Shea and Becky Fowler;. (back row. left to right), Betsy Werner Sharron Thompson Carolyn
bdrm., kit. $85
Murray Hill-3 equip. the fourth class of JANGO Thompson Nancy Arnold Barbara Koch and Kathy Werner.
EV 46244.
per mo.;

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4 JAX AIR NEWS 1 February 1962

CAPT annex Becomes


Hospital CO Feb. 9

Thursday.February 1

Mainside The Wonders of Captain J. M. Hanner will assume command of the
Aladdin, 1900 only Naval Hospital here at change of command ceremonies to
NATTUnit-X-15, 1900 only. be held at the Hospital on February 9. CAPT Hanner was
Hospital-Pepe, 1900 only executive officer at the U. S. Naval Hospital, San Diego,
Friday, February 2 Calif.. before coming to NAS Jax._ __
---- -- noseveral
NATTUnit-The Wonders of CAT Hanner will relieve
Aladdin, 1900 only. CAPT R. O. Canada, Commanding medical articles which
Mainside Stranger In My Officer at the Hospital since have appeared in medical publi-
Arms, 1900 only. June 30, 1961. CAPT Canada will cations. His current professional
h assume command of the U.S. activities include Clinical Investigation -
Hospital-X-15, 1900 only. HOSPITAL GETS NEW CO-CAPT J. M. Hanner (right), and Experimental Investigation
Saturday February 3 will assume duties as commanding officer of the Kara Hospital Naval Hospital, Bethesda, Md., -
here on February 9, replacing CAPT R. O. Canada (left), with additional duty as Deputy which are now In
Mainside Come September, who has held that post since June 30 1961. CAPT Manner comesto Commanding Officer of the Na- progress.
1900 only. the Hospital from San Diego where he was executive officerof tional Naval Medical Center. CAPT Canada, who served as
NATTUnit-Stranger In My the Naval Hoipital. CAPT Canada will assume command of Chief of Medicine at Bethesda
and 1900. the Naval Hospital, Bethesda Md., with additional duty as De- CAPT Hanner was previouslyChief
Arms, 1400 puty Commanding Officer of the National Naval Medical Center. of Surgery at the Bethesdaand Naval Hospital prior to coming
Hospital The Wonders of San Diego Naval Hospitals.He here to the Naval Hospital will
Aladdin, 1900 only.Sunday was graduated from the report to his new command
February 4 Air Force Adopts Navy University of Chicago in 1930,I February 26.HOSPITAL.

Mainside Where The Boys receiving a PhB degree. In 1932

Are, 1400 and 1900. Reconnaissance Plane he completed a premedicalcourse
NATTUnit-Come September, at Indiana State Teachers

1400 and 1900.HospitalStranger. The Air Force will end design studies of its RF-105D College, followed by four yearsat
In My Indiana University from whichhe
reconnaissance fighter and concentrate on the RF-110, a version
Arms 1900 received his MD Af-
only.Monday degree.
of the Navy's F-4H Phantom II fighter.
February 5 The Navy plane will be builtto ter a year of internship in 1937

Mainside Mysterious Island, meet one of the Air Force's at St. Mary's Hospital, Madison,
1900 only. reconnaissance requirements.The Wis., CAPT Hanner joined the
NATTUnit-Where The Boys, Navy Medical Corps and has
Navy's F-4H Pantom II served
Are, 1900 only on active duty continu-
Hospital Come September, became the world's fastest jet ously since that time.
aircraft late last year when Mama The new commanding officeris
f OTE LtCol. Robert Robinson, not a newcomer to Jackson-
Tuesday February 6 flew it 1,603342 m.p.h. at Ed- ville. He was previously assignedto

Mainside-The Flying Saucer, Music for both listening and wards AFB, Calif. the Dispensary here from

1900 only. dancing is provided each Friday, June 1941 to January 1942. Other HONOREEJames -
The record the
NATTUnit-Mysterious Island, Saturday and Sunday for the new speed by duty stations include several M. Jordan HM3 has
Phamtom II is 81 faster
been selected "Servicemanof
1900 only.Hospital. enjoyment of Club members and tours of duty at the San Diego, as
Where The Boys than the previous record of the Month" at the Naval
their guests. Bethesda, and Philadelphia, Hospital and cited for the exemplary
1,525.96 set on February 15,
Are, 1900 only.Wednesday. Naval Hospitals. He has also manner in which he
February 7 Featured regularly each Friday 1959, by Air Force Maj. Joseph served aboard various ships including performed his duties there as
from 2030 to 0030 is the Bud W Rogers in an Air Force F-106. a senior ward corpsman.
Mainside-Mutiny, 1900 only. the hospital ship, USS
t NATTUnit-The Flying Sau- Clark Quartet, while each Saturday The plane is equipped with detection Repose, where he was Chief of
cer, 1900 only. sees the Del Ray Orchestra and tracking systems Surgery from October 1951 to Jordan Named
HospitalMysterious Island, I making the sounds, along which make it capable of de- March 1953.
1900 only.Forresl. with Bill ,Morrison, during the stroying supersonic enemy air- His post-graduate training includes For Honors
same hours. craft by day or night and in any : U.S. Naval PostGraduate -

The feature attraction for club- kind of weather. It is also cap- School, Washington, D.C.,
NamedTo goers on Sunday, February 4, able of long-range delivery of post-graduate surgery at the By Hospital

will be the Kay Ryan Orchestra both conventional and nuclear Naval Hospital, San Diego, and James M. Jordan, HM3, of
Head New which will appear from 1930 to weapons. post-graduate surgery, George- Nursing Service, Ward C-4, at
2230. town University Medical School, the Naval Hospital has been selected -
The is
Navy currently making during 1954 and 1955. for the "Serviceman of the
Jax ,Area DSSO delivery of the plane to both its
Is your name on the Club's Atlantic and Pacific Fleets. His membership in medical organizations Month" award there.
The former Consolidated Sur- mailing list to receive the monthly includes: American Captain R. O. Canada, Naval
plus Sales Office located here at calendar of events? If not, call College of Surgeons, American Hospital Commanding Officer,
NAS Jax has now become an ele- Ext. 369 and have it placed thereso MARINE WIVES PLAN Board of General Surgery, Am- presented the award to Jordan
ment of the newly established you won't miss the many erican Board of Thoracic Surg- who was selected for the honor
Defense Logistics Services Cen- events and attractions arrangedfor SUPPER FEBRUARY 5 ery, Association of Thoracic due to the exemplary manner in
ter and will hereafter be knownas your benefit. Surgeons, Philadelphia Academyof which he performed his duties
the Defense Surplus Sales Of- The Marine Career Wives Club Surgery, American College of and the repeated demonstrationof
fice, according to an announce- The latest Innovation at the will have a covered dish supper Chest Physicians, American Tru- initiative and resourcefulness,
ment this week. Club is "Pizza Night. Each Mon- Monday, February 5, at 2000 in deau Society, and American which, he said, greatly increasedthe
As a result of the change, CDR day has now been designated as Bldg. 572 here at NAS Jax. Medical Association. In 1955 he efficiency of the ward........
Louis Hansley who had headed "Pizza Night," with orders being All enlisted Marine wives are was appointed Governor for Am- "Although you have worked
the CSSO has relinquished his served or prepared to carry out invited to attend and bring a erican Chest Physicians.He with your right hand in a cast
" responsibilities for operation of from 1700 to 2130. covered dish. is author and co-author of for the past three months, you
" the office, transferring them to I have continued to work without
"' E. T. Forrest, Deputy Chief, De- > evident impairment. You have

fense Surplus Sales Office; Jax, *> :4 taught yourself to write left
on January 25. handed and have continued to
His responsibilities include the perform your duties in a com-
coordination and administrationof a: mendable manner. Your sincere
surplus property disposal sales S concern for patients is most im-
programs for Department of De- ressive: and you are looked up-
fense installations in the Stateof \ on with high regard by dis-

Florida east of the Apalachicola 1k _ "har ed patients who return to
River. visit," stated the award.
The DLSC is also responsiblefor Jordan, senior ward corpsman
administration of the Fed- _____ ___ who has been assigned to Ward

eral Catalog System, material ,, 11 C-4 since April 1, 1960, was also
utilization and coordinated pro- 'auded for his leadership in pro-
curement programs affecting the ducing a smooth funtioningward
Army, Navy, Air Force and Ma- < sr 4 / t his cooperative attitude,
rine Corps, under the directionof military behavior and excellent
Herman C. Hangen whose appearance.
headuarters is located at Cam- "You follow commands and
eron Station, Alexandria, Va. accept criticism without hesita-
The mission of the Jax office > tion. Your moral principles are

remains unchanged.CDR beyond reproach, and In general,
Hansley departed from CSSO NOW DSSO-Af a result of' the establishment of the Defense Supply Agency on January your demeanor is such that you
J the Jax area on Wednesday, 1, the functions of tingle manager operating agencies and Consolidated Surplus Sales can 'well be considered as an
January 31,.for new duties at the Offices have been transferred to DSA. Here CD a Louis Hansley (right), who has beaded the example for other hospital
CSSO headquartered here at NAS Jax transfers his responsibilities for operation the new
Naval Supply Depot, Subic Bay, Defense Surplus' Sale Office:to'E. T.'Forrest'COR Hansler left for his new duties at the Naval corpsmen to emulate," the award
P.I. Supply Depot, Subic Bay. P. I,, on Wednesday January. 31. stated.Page .


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1 February, 1962 TAX AIR NEWS: Page 5I

I 'A.44 Wins Iron Man Third Straight Year I


IM Basketball MX AIR SPORTS Half Of Challenge Made

NEWS Good; One. Win OutVA44

Playoffs Near

has done it again-just as they said they would!

During the Sports Award Banquet Tuesday evening at the

Mainside mess hall, the "Hornet" squadron moved one more

Final Games step up the ladder of possession and carved their name on

the Iron Man Trophy for the third consecutive year.

The 1962 NAS Intramural ? For those who were here dur-

Basketball play-off is now under ing last year's awards presentation -
you'll recall the commentby

way.Monday marked the beginningof OtherAwardWinners CDR. W. B. Barrow, VA-44's
skipper, when he stated that he
the play-offs among the top
and his squadron "intends t6 winit
eight intramural teams from
another two times and nail it
various units and squadrons here.
permanently to the Hornet'swall.
In the winners column for the R Champions were abundant ." Despite the rouse he caus-
first is VA-44, downing Tuesday night during the annual
game -i ed with that statement, CDR.
VAP-62, 85 to 54. J. L. Thomas ae Intramural Sports Banquet where Barrow's intensions have proven

bring the team out some 44 major awards were .
helped on firm. They; only have one yearto
handed out to team and indivi-
in total of 33
top by dropping a go and they can start ham-
dual sportsmen.
points. mering.

The number two game pitted Trophies were presented for Unfortunately, the skipper
volleyball, bowling, touch foot-
VA-176 against VP-30 with the
could not be at the banquet to
ball, golf, ping-pong tennis,
former sliding by with a score receive the award for his squadron -
handball and foul shooting.VOLLEYBALL .
of 54-45. so, VA-44's instrument train-

Half time score between Hospital ing officer, LCDR. C. E. busbydid

and FAETU ended in a tie32all the honors.
The Volleyball Champions tro-
but the corpsmen turnedon phy went to VP-30 with runner- The winning of the Iron Man
the steam in the final half, ComFairJax. Trophy was strongly supportedby
up being F. W.
coming through with a 72-65 : i McComas ,of VP-30 received the the numerous first place

final. _. "Most Valuable Player" award winners by various teams and
The last game of the openingday BREAKING THE TIE-FAETU'i Larry Cook finds himself individuals comprised of Hornet
was a thriller from begin nearly trapped in a web of VA-176 hoopiiers but manages to BOWLING I sportsmen (see AWARDS).
reach high for two early points during last Friday's final American
At Look in next week's sports
ning to finish. half time vp. VP-30's Aces" stood
League first place struggle. The web of whit. shirts U "Spades I
18 and VP-16 were also tied 29- made up of (left to right) Chuck Larsen Charles Williams and out as the overall Bowling: page for a photo and more cov-

29. It was a see-saw battle up to Dare MacKenzie. Ron Taylor (left, background), of FAETU Champions and VP-44's "Hornets" -I erage on the Sports Banquet.
the final seconds of play when prepares to lend a hand. The game ended with FAETU out In I
front by a score of 58.48, ending a tied season record of eight took the runner-up position.The .
VP-16 came up with a two wins and one loss for both squads. American League bowling gate scorer with an average of

point margin to end the game trophy went also to the "Spades 37, and B. C. Wilkins Jr., for the

64-62. Aces", whereas the Continental most improved handicap, raisingit

There were no games scheduled Spring IM Bowling. Gets League honors were presented to nine strokes. Both players are

for Tuesday because of the the "Hornets". Once again VA-44 members of the VA-44 team.

Sports Banquet that evening, was represented when the National PING-PONG

however, play was resumed on League trophy went to the
table awards
Here For the green ,
Wednesday, too late for the results Underway Monday "Stingers" team.R. W. J. Zaborniak, from Admin,

f in this edition. The winners D. Gunter of NAS Special "ping'd" into first place cham-

t of these games will decide which The bowling alleys in Bldg. 3 are scheduled to be kept Services received an award for pionship honors as J. F. Cox

. teams will play today. I warm starting next Monday, February 5, as Intramural his high game of 279-the high "pong'd" to take second place.

J Spring Bowling League play begins. set of 685-and high average of

| Rhymes ] According to the station athletic time schedule Thurs- 186.The TENNISF.
of the Times same on
I director, three leagues have been Admin "Untouchables"lived R. Weinberg.of VP-7 received -
, formed-the American, Continental up to their name by win the Championship award for
The following is list of the
1 MATY EE DE jff and National-each with 19 ning the W 0 m e n's Bowling the tennis tournament, with W.
teams participating within their
1r / teams. Championship. Their sister team, F. Papenfuss from AF 679th tak-
;SPLfl respective league: AMERICAN
tlrl QSOMEONE TNING6MAYTURNABOUT ) The American League will LEAGUE-Admin Pin Queens; the "Pin Queens", walked away ing second.

s ; play their games at 1500, 1800, Admin Guardians; Dispensary; with runner-up honors. High HANDBALL

AND YOU MAY and 2030 on Mondays; the Con- VA-44 Keglers; VAP-62 RoadRunners game in the women's running
t&VEro TAKE went to Patricia E. Plebeau witha Winner of the handball award
tinental League at the same Oper's AVW Admin
; ;
d As WELL A5 201, while Nurse A. M. Bren- went to E. D. Holley of ComFairJax. -
PISH l IT oar. times on Wednesdays and the Play Boys; FAETU Confiden- nan captured both high set, 513, Second place honors were
tials Red Deivls Den
d ,4glrfP National League following the tal ;Molarolas Oper's ; VP-30 ;Spades and high average, 146. taken by F. Ciavarra from A/C

,t Aces; VAP-62 Sky Warriors; Maint.
u VA-44 Yellowjackets; ComFairJax FOUL SHOOTINGOnce
mm r Df m fI gridiron champions hail
rte J Phantoms"A"; ;A/C VP-741 Maint Gators"A"; ;VP-18 VP- from the Marine Barracks, nosing again a representative of

VA-44, J. Morris, took the 'spot
out VA-44 which took therunnerup
rt 741 Little Gators and VP-16 "B".
has been appointed Sports
L. BUDD THALMAN and the Am- light by becoming champion of
. Director at the Naval Academy replacing John T. the foul-line shooting contest.
erican honors. The Marine
\ Cox. Thalman, 26, is a graduate of West Virginia and wasa Admin Untouchables; O&R Mix also walked with the Runners-up were: second place,

member of the, Annapolis staff of the Associated Press Masters; MARTD Spartans; VAP- National League title.away The Lea J. R. Cramer from FAETU, andC.
62 3rd Crewmen FAW-11 Flaps
prior to accepting his new position. ; ; thernecks and VA-44, however, H. Williams of VA-176.
Waves Barracks VP-30 Nep-
GERY GOMEZ, whose father "Lefty" Gomez starred as ;
not the only units
Yankees for 15 is undergoingboot tunes; Commissary Ham Hocks; were represented
a pitcher with the N.Y. years
K. A. Oliver of NAR-
0rg Marines "A" VP-30 Owl Hoots as
Parris Island, S.C. ; ;
training at MCRD
TU received honors for leading
WHEN ASKED WHAT makes a .400 hitter, ex-Marine VA-44 Hornets; AF679th Fire Snead PalmerIn
total of 66 pointsandfor ,
n Ted Williams said, "When I was 11 years old, I'd race to Balls; Oper's Boat Branch. ; Disbursing scorer-a being the "Most ValuablePlayer"

school to beat the janitor. That way I was sure of being the Paymasters; VA -135 Exhibition
first inside and I could grab the school's bat and ball. AndI Buzzards; Army ADA; A/C

was sure of being the first up to hit." Maint "B"; ComFairJax "B"; GOLF Match Feb. 18

NAVY PETTY OFFICER Roy L. Stiegelmeyer, who is and VP-741 Alley Cats. Golf enthusiasts set
e, assigned to the Pentagon, reached the highest pinnacle of NATIONAL LEAGUEVP16Eagles The fairways at the golf course aside Sunday, February 18, to

zt kegling when he bowled a perfect "300", game. Stiegelmeyerhas ; VP-18 Flying Phantoms; might have taken a licking dur- enjoy a top-notch, clubswinging
an score of 179 and his highest tilt before his VP-30' Marlins; Marines "B"; ing the tournament but VA-44 exhibition match feature

"top" score average was 263. Asked if he thought he would ever Supply "A"; VA-44 Cougars; didn't. Their team came swing- ing Sam Snead and Arnold
fifth frameI Hospital; VAP-62 ,Live Wires; Ing through to take both the
are attain such a score the sailor said, "About the Palmer vs Dan Sikes and Ray
knew I was going for a real good game, but the thoughtof VA-135 Raiders; FAW-11 Echoes; Championship and American Terry at the Selva Marina
reu entered mind." VA-44 Stingers; AF679th Scope League trophy awards. Hospital"A" Country Club.
rem a perfect score never my
Services Strikes tagged In to take the run-
QUOTE OF THE WEEK-Middleweight boxing champ Dopes; Special ; Tickets 'are now availableat
Gene Fullmer related: "A fellow once said I'm the home- NARTU; Public Works; HospitalPan ner-up position as well as being the NAS Golf Shack for

d liest fighter in the business and I told him I've got some Handlers; FAETU Avions; the National League winners. Individual $..... they will be f 5' at. ,the
awards went J. ,W. '
rd had Oper's Electrons; and .VP-741 fo ,
relatives who uglier than me and they never a gate.
are Dead Heads.; Foley, who was ,the how} .aggre-

glove on. ."f ',II .. ',, ...., r t




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Page B JAX AIR NEWS 1 February 1962

JOWC Plans AmericanContinued

( from Page 1))

historic value of the show.
Fashion ShovFebruary
The combat artists were not

restricted in technique or subject

7 matter. They painted war and

the many types of actions attendant -
Members of the Jacksonville
to war as they saw and
Officers' Wives Club will pre- : felt them, realistically. They

sent a fashion show entitled 4 captured on canvas the fierce-

"Fashions Americana" at their ness of battle and the destruc-

lucnheon Wednesday February tiveness of war, the monumental

7, at the Officers Club here. t 9 fith Gra'Y .qk'; :sa problems of supply and mainte-

Wives of the Naval Air Tech- I : nance and human nature.
nical Training Unit will be
This unique art exhibition,
hostesses for the affair with :Mrs.E. .
as enjoyed substantial
F. Verdery and Mrs. T. E.
success Where it has been dis-
Greenwood as chairman and
played, has no counterpart anywhere -
co-chairman respectively. I in the U.S.
Tickets are on sale at the Of-
Famous paintings in the collec-
ficers Club desk and guests are
asked to make reservations early tions are Shepler's "Fox Green
Beach", Jamieson's realistic'work
and pick up tickets on or before
made from, oils and. volcanic ash
Tuesday, February 6.
at Iwo Jima, entitled "Souvenirs"
Terry Dahly will be the fash-
ion coordinator and commentator Draper's "Inferno Sai-

for the show.A pan", Cabot's "Walking Wound-

cocktail hour will preceedthe THE RUNWAY RAN AWAY-Wade L. Wilson (inset, upper right), president of a Baltimore ed", and others.
luncheon which will furniture company enroute from Baltimore to Palm :Beach, is shown wearing a Navy robe while "Our purpose," said CDR Rich-
begin being examined at the NAS Mainslde Dispensary for injuries received when his plane shown here
promptly at 1300. missed the NAS runway and flew into the St. John's River early last Friday morning. In the ard Rollman commanding offi-
per left inset is Robert G. Saner, AC2, who had attempted to guide him to a safe radar landing up- cer of the Naval Reserve Training -
and seconds after the crash, Jumped into the river, swam out to the crashed plane, assisted the Center in Jacksonville and
CAPT :SullivanContinued pilot toward shore and then into a rescue helicopter: harness to be carried ashore. coordinator of the project "is to

( from Page 1)) CDR Talley Is give as many people as possiblean

aboard the USS Saifor (CVE opportunity to see this un-

117)) as Supply Officer.In First To Land Air Control Aids usual collection in the original.The .

March 1947 he reported to man Navy combat artist has

NAS Patuxent River Md., as On EnterpriseCommander made a permanent contributionto

Assistant Supply Officer and fol- George C. Talley our national culture but whatis

lowing that assignment in Dec- Jr.. skipper of NAS Cecil Field'sCarrier Plane Crash VictimThe more important he has givenus

ember 1949, he became attachedto Air Group One, made a realistic impression of the

the 10th Naval District with the initial landing on the world's consequences of war"

duties of Assistant Supply Offi- first and only nuclear powered crash of a civilian plane into the St. John's River

cer. After his COM 10 duty, aircraft carrier, the USS Enter- off the end of the fog-covered NAS runway about 0730 Health

CAPT Sullivan reported to the prise, at 0804 January 17. off the Friday, January,26, stirred up considerable excitement around

Naval Station, Trinidad, BWI in coast of Norfolk, Va. the Station, however, Robert G. Saner, an air controlman (Continued from Page 1))
the American-Korean
July 1950, where he served as CDR Talley made the landing second class on duty at the control tower, handled the in- vnunrtatinn, PARR and Radin
cident with calm and ---- -- ---- ------
Supply Officer. From October from NAS Jax-based Attack ease. Free Europe.

1951 to February 1952, he was Squadron 135, which is under It went something like this:
such conditions, was unsuccessful Personnel will have
the Assistant Director, Aviation his command. When Wade L. Wilson pilot of an oppor-
in two at the field. To
passes tunity to designate the to
Supply Liaison Division at Bu- VA-135 became the first Jax- the single-engine Beachcraft Bo- agency
help lessen the mounting ten- which they wish 'to contribute,
SandA.In based
squadron to operate froma nanza, enroute from Baltimoreto
sion, Bill Moss, ACCA, joined the amount
or they can
March 1952 orders took I nuclear powered aircraft Palm
him carrier Beach, was unable to
Saner in
trying to guide the Bal- make one single donation to either -
to BuAer where he served as and CDR Talley the first land at Imeson Airport for refueling timore businessman
to land- the National
a Health
Assistant Director, Supply Divis- aviator to land on the huge car- because of the fog, he
I cies or Joint Crusade.No .
ion. Upon completion of that rier. was directed to contact NAS Jax ing.On third
a attempt to reach
tour in December 1954, CAPT I Staff College, Norfolk, Va., and for an attempt at a controlled the field, the small plane's image overall dollar goal has
been established for the
Sullivan was assigned as Assis- from June landing. cam-
1957 to July 1959, disappeared from the radar
paign. All activities will be
tant Supply Officer at NAS Ala-
was the Supply Officer aboard Saner picked up the small screen. To the two controlmen

meda, Calif. the USS Saratoga. Before _his craft on his radar scope and set there was no question as to striving for 100 percent partici-

From December 1956 to June last tour of duty at Philadelphia, up an approach pattern. The where it had landed in the pation. CAPT Charles L. MooreJr.
Assistant Chief of Staff
1957, CAPT Sullivan underwent CAPT Com-
Sullivan was promoted to pilot, however, never having river.

instruction at the Armed Forces his present_ rank on July 1, 1959. made an instrument landing in Saner and Moss hurried from FairJax Eubanks,,ComNabSix Industrial, and Relations Leonard

the tower driving to the water's
Officer at NAS Jax, are co-
edge in search of the downed chairman for the drive, which

pilot. About 100 yards from closes on March 23.
--- < shore, they could see the up-
In his message to heads of
ended plane. Saner immediately
executive departments and
Jumped into the chilly water in gov-
ernment agencies, President Kennedy

an attempt to locate and assist
declared that "The
the pilot. ... ing fight for better health in
ji "I called out as I swam toward
America is being waged along an
the plane", said Saner, "and was I
expanding frontier. Your contri-
relieved to hear Wilson reply."
butions to these Health Agencies
He located the pilot, donned ina
gives strength and impetus to
Mae West, near the plane and
productive of research
programs ,
proceeded to help him toward
shore. community services and public

and professional education. I am
During the interim a rescuehelicopter's
hopeful that the traditional Am-
retrieving line
erican spirit of
voluntary giving
flown by LT R. J.
Shanley, arrived -
will result in a generous gift
over the scene before the
twosome reached shore. Thehelicopter's from everyone.

retrieving line was "The Joint Crusade providesan

lowered and Saner helped Wil- opportunity for us in the Fed-

son into the harness.On eral service to demonstrate againour

r being taken to the Main- belief in the dignity and im-

side Dispensary Wilson was examined portance of man as an indivi-
and found to have
no dual each of us can voluntarily -
serious injuries. After his release -

he visited Saner at the contribute to our nation's

control tower to thank him for fight against that fear, poverty

.. .. ._ If
'<< w""" ""' the assistance he so freely of- and hopelessness which are still

GOODWILL-GOOD TURN-Bluejackets and Boy Scouts are joining forces to assist the Jax fered. the
area I Goodwill Industries in: its annual drive to collect used clothing for repair and welfare use daily expectation of so muchof

by the organization. Boy Scouts and Jax-based sailors from NARTU gathered on Monday "It scares me to death, every humanity."
where the Scouts picked up some 50,000 bags which they will deliver to homes in Duval couDly'on time I hear of those musi- Over
was realized in
.Saturday February 3. They will return the following Saturday to pick them up with dona- "
tions placed in them by the residents. The Naval Reservists will assist the scouts in collecting. cal horns. last year's Jacksonville Navy
loading and unloading the donations. Chairman of the project is RADM Joseph M. Carson Com-' "Why's that?"
FairJax and ComNabSix, who It also a, member of the Board of Directors. North Florida Council "The fellow.who stole my wifehad drive. Some $20,900 was contributed -

Boy Scouts of America. Participating In.. the bag distriuHon here U (left io right front. row), one on his to the Health Agencies,
.M Joseph Collins Boy Scout Troop SOU( Clausen Green. AD1 David Googe..Troop Mb B.'W. James. car. Now every
AXHUf Vincent: Melaner. Cub Scout Pack: 250 and L. W Fuller." ADJ2... Back row (left ib right). time I hear one'I'm afraid he's about $10,200; going ,to the
Jimmy Wilson Pack 230; and J. IL Vaught ADR2. bringing her back." Joint Crusade.