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Creation Date: March 15, 1962
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Student Reservists Will Get Early Releasesreserve


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personnel, involuntarily -
called to active duty, levels. years.A ers were given early releaseson enrollment in' college or em-

are eligible for release from The Defense Department announced DOD spokesman said that the basis of "seasonal em- ployment as a teacher prior to

active duty as much as 90 that this ruling assures of those reservists called up last ployment" but in the future will approval of their release.

days prior to completion of that reservists are entitled to the year this would affect about 600 be released under the same au- The release date may not be
their term of service if theyare same consideration for this typeof teachers and possibly 2,500 stu-
their
thority as students. more than 90 days prior to
dents.
accepted by a school for release as members of the
college level training or are other components who have been The major difference containedin Students and teachers will be normal date of release, nore

teachers at primary, second- eligible for early releases on the new ruling was in the required to submit satisfactory more than 10 days prior to the

ary, high school or college these grounds for a number of case of teachers. Formerly teach- evidence of their acceptance for registration date of the institution.The .



'Deep Freeze' Unit Is

:


, fixnfl1eiii3. Moving To NAS lax


From South Pole parkas to Jacksonville swim suits is

quite a change but that is what is in store for the Navy's
Special Mission Air Navigational Aids Unit when it arrives
Vol. 19 No. 48 U.S. NAS Jacksonville Fla. 15 March 1962 here to begin training sometime this: month.

unit, unaer me commandof

T DOD Orders Film LCDR James R. LaCroix, is
AT t'x responsible for controlling the

> air traffic between Christ Church,
'Freedom And You"
-fl New Zealand, and various points
near the Pole. They also providethe
To Inform TroopsA navigation for Navy aircraftfor

their complicated landing
contract has been signed
-
P' operations on ice and snow.
} with Warner Brothers Picturesfor
Members of the unit have been
the of motion
production a
working in several locations
} for in the information
picture use troop -
around the South Pole, however,
of the mili-
program last week they were consolidatedand
tary services. the unit's headquaarters assigned -

The picture, tentatively titled to NAS Jacksonville where

\ it, ( rA "Freedom And You," will grap- they will train until September.It .

_ ; hically depict the contrast between was decided that the condi-
the concept of American tions here best simulate those in
freedom and life under Com- the South Pole and New Zealandarea

munist domination.It for training.The .

will be produced under the concrete and steel run-

personal supervision of Jack J, ways will simulate the hard ice

Warner, President of Warner runways in the extreme south

Bros., and a retired colonel in the and the sea lanes on the St. John's I

U, S. Air Force Reserve. River will simulate conditions ,
:
.+It .e"' The producer will be WilliamL. for ''landing aircraft on skis.

Hendricks, a lieutenant colonelin Also, according to LCDR La-
the U. S. Marine Corps Re- Croix, the runways and the sea-
PASSOVER SUPPLIES-LT Solomon Poupko (right), NAS Jax Jewish Chaplain presents serve, who recently wrote and lanes are adjacent to each other
Passover supplies to CAPT James R. Compton. NAS Commanding Officer, who accepted them on
here in the the ice
behalf of Jewish Naval personnel in the Jax area. The supplies, which are donated each yearto produced the Marine Corps do- same way
major military installations by the National Jewish Welfare Board, consists of Sacramentalwine cumentary, "A Force In Read- runways and snowlanes are at
gavelta fish, matzos and Haggadas (pamphlets outlining the observance of Sader) will be iness." the South Pole, thereby pro-
passed out to Jewish personnel. Passover begins the evening of April 18 and continues until I viding the best simulation for
sundown, April 26. "Freedom And You, a part of
training.
the Department of Defense's

Fleet Readiness Support Memor/cf/Serw'ce/ / tion long range of materials program designed for produc-to newcomer LCDR LaCroix to the Station will be since no,

before going to New Zealand in
strengthen the serviceman's faithin
For Lost VP-5 his American heritage and July of 1961, he was attached to

Conference Hosted By O&RA Crew MembersA acquaint him with the dangersof trol the NAS Center.He Radar. Air Traffic Con-

communism, is scheduled for
memorial service will be early filming in Hollywood.Cost is quite well known in the
five-day fleet readiness support conference, sponsoredby held at All Saints Chapel at local area for his many previous
the Bureau of Naval Weapons, ended here at the Over- 1400, Friday, March 16, for of the production is esti- speaking engagements. Before
haul and Repair Department last Friday. crew members of the VP-5 mated at $200,000. The writer is leaving for his present assign-
Vincent Fotre.
I of aircraft that was lost at sea ment, he had given some 91
the
to
Purpose parley was
I off Iceland ninety-minute lectures on the
on January 12.
Adds reconfirm fourth quarter fiscal
Navy year 1962 schedule, establish A Requiem Mass will also NATTU HonormenS. Antarctic and Deep Freeze oper-
man-hour allocations with asso- ,be celebrated at St. Edward's ations to schools and groups in

'B ciated rework schedules and plan Chapel at 0900. D. Gillett, AA, AE-A School Florida, Georgia, Massachusettsand
uJlp UpS'To Kansas and information
schedules for the remainder of Uniform for both services 9005. knowledge -
will be the uniform of the which he had gained
the fiscal year. day. Cpl. John Mac k u s, AO-A from participation in previous

ArsenalThe All of the O&R activities in the School 86.44. Deep Freeze operations.READINESS .
-- -- ---
Navy were represented, in addi-
Navy has announced a tion to several other activities
strengthening of its limited war connected with fleet readiness.

offensive capability in the air by Representatives from O&Rs at
adding the "Bullpup" airtosurface -
Pensacola; NAS Norfolk Va.;
missile to four aircraft and MCAS Cherry Point, N.C.; NAS

increasing the number that an- Quonset Point, R. I.; NAS North t S

other will carry. Island, Calif.; and NAS Alameda, Yi.i .
The Navy said that the highly '
Calif., were present for the con-
accurate missile, used against ference. Also attending were
ground targets by jet fighter- representatives from the Bureauof

bombers, is to become armamenton Naval Weapons fleet support

the F8U-2NE "Crusader," the offices, Atlantic, Central 1 and i t +. r tfy
F4H "Phantom II," A2F-1 "Intru- Pacific, and from the Aviation
der" and the A3J "Vigilante." Supply Office in Philadelphia.
The latest version of the A4D,
Captain Robert H. Fagan, NAS
"
the "Skyhawk, will also carry
I Jax O&R Officer host with
was ,
the missiles. Earlier A4D versions -i
Charles Field, production planning -
carry up to three "Bull-
group superintendent, and
pups. :
Dan R. Whiddcn, shops group :4+c
Built the Martin
by Company's superintendent, as coordinators.of .
Orlando Division, the "Bullpup"is
CONFEREES--Representatives from all Navy Overhaul and Repair activities,
presently operational on the the 'nation's program of increasing along with reps from other allied activities, concluded a five-day fleet readiness support conference -
Navy's A4D-2 "Skyhawk" and its limited war capa- here at O&R last Friday. ,Conferees shown during the course of their meeting are (left
FJ-4B "Fury." bility, spurred by the communist to right), James N. Campbell, Donald P. Sheridan, T. C. Miller, H. W. Waterman A. J. Hellick-
son Guy H. Sumrell Jr., J. O. Cobb, H. L. Vaughn, G. B. For, R. Shelnoff C. DahL J. E. Flem
The move is said to be part threat of "brush-fire" wars. ing K. P. Barden T. M. Adams, O. D. Stephens and Rupert S. Miller.


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15 March
Page 2Jfl JAX AIR NEWS



Spring Gives Opportunity

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NAS, JackaonvllU For Eliminating Many Fire HaxardsSpring

CAPT J. R. Compton Commanding Officer
Executive Officer
CDR Welter J.'Schub
Fleet Air Jacksonville NAB 6NO
RADM Joseph M. Carton __ Commander time is at hand. Across the nation householders in thousands of cit-
CAPT Vincent Casey Chief of Staff be participating in special campaignS designed to clean up and beautify
Fleet Air Wing Eleven commuhSs. choose Spring as the time to spruce up city prop-
I
municipalities
CAPT Gilbert J. Frauenhelm ______Commander their Many

CAPT Andrew H. Cowart Chief Staff Officer erties. .. .
Naval Air Technical Unit :Wt4} ;rv. ..A
Training The most important aspect of i
CAPT Harriet D. Allen Commending Officer
COR Eugene F. Verdery Executive Officer Spring Clean-Up, however, will
Naval! Hospital be the participation of Mr. and

CAPT j. M. Hanner Commanding Officer Mrs. Average American, the peo-
CAPT Stephen H. Tollni. Executive Officer
street and
ple who live on your
Naval Air'Reserve Training Unit
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. Commending Officer In the adjoining block.
CDR William M. Miller Executive Officer Your first job in participatingin
with funds In Jacksonville, Florida at
Printed commerlcally non-appropriated rid
Clean-Up is to get
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July Spring
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air of trash, according to the Na-
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing tional Board of Fire Underwriters. -
11, Naval Air Reterve Training Unit end U.S. Naval Hospital. In so doing, you will not
CDR Alex N. Mclnnls, Jr. Service Information Officer
Andrew H. Planey Assistant Service Information Officer only make your home spic and
News Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb Staff-Mae Spencer JOIj Marc Whetstone, span, but in addition will remove
J01; Sandy Martinson, JOSN; Photographer, Joy Moreau, PH2. potential fire hazards.
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and International -
about 800 home firesa
Councils of Industrial Editors. There are
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press 'Service. Material day in the United States, and
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs too many of these feed on accum- ,.
unless otherwise credited, are official I U.S. Navy Photographs. ulations of rubbish in the attic, 'nw Ho r$TM PUM,nwt,we mm\mNJMJTtm\ + ;.,. I
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone SECOND, REMVK THE MAOAJIHEX.TH0) > ittEf4QY.i\:'
extensions 8164, 656, 272 or 216. the basement, or garage. THE HtWAPfM-" '

Begin your Spring CleanUpjob .,., '
1 by taking a look around the 1:::1 \:?:: ::: <':: :':' : :::. ": l

attic. Do you need that stack of
National Health .... ...
Agencies ; old magazines? Do you have to ":.. .

keep that pile of old newspapers?

Will you ever fix that rocker on

that old chair and use it again?

Need And how about that stack of old
Everyone's BackingTo .
clothes which has been gatheringdust ".:

for 10 years.

Give the basement the same .
( acquaint personnel participating in the Federal Service going over, if you have one. It ..
Fund Raising Campaign National Health and the Joint Crusade, .l: r- .
the Jax Air News will publish a weekly series on facts and figuresof yours is the average home, you 7, '
these agencies. This week's presentation covers the National will probably find partly filled ,4: .,
Association Retarded Children, the seventh and final Health paint cans, old paint brushes, t' <{ ;,,;;/ '

agency to be presented. Next week's presentation will offer back- combustibles. \; .
and other
rags 4iAt0 fOURTH,f 5 REM0V8 THE.CIGAR ;;\; \\?>\\L
Crusade.
ground on the three agencies of the Joint ) a \ .
f w ttOnM Mi+w fMi YNKfWt/tMN :
? :: : : : :
Throw them out if you have no, :;" ". Z's :..;.......w.:.'.',.,.;.... ..,:no:;Y.;:;'..;,,':v;::::'::.,.:::,:;::':'::;::::.:,.:..
George is getting his first pay check today! But it's differentfor further use for them. tures attained in a dryer. ly generates a considerable
George-he's 28 and mentally retarded.In .
a sheltered workshop, a new life began for George. Now And make a note on your Now check your kitchen for amount of heat, and if not prop-
he's happy, confident and earning his way. Twenty-eight years' calendar now to have the serv- fire hazards. If there are loose erly ventilated, it could cause a
ago, no such help was available, but today the 5,500,000 mentally iceman check your heating plant
retarded can be helped with individual support of the National connections on any electrical appliances fire.The
Association for Retarded Children. sometime this summer. It's a good such as the toaster, garage is another place
thing to have it serviced every mixer, refrigerator or electric where fire hazards frequently

MENTAL ability RETARDATION resulting from is a term arrested which mental refers to development.This lack of intellectual -. year. At least one fire out of broiler, have them Jepaired im- build up. Keep the floor of the

condition can be present at birth due to genetic factors or every 10 begins in a defective mediately by a competent elec- garage free from oil which may

from birth injury or can occur during early childhood resulting heating unit.If trician. Take a look around the drip from your car. If you havea
from serious or severe illness. Some forms of mental retardationcan have a washing machine lawnmower or outboard
you kitchen to see if there are ob- power
be prevented with prompt diagonsis and treatment in others
;
:
the degree of incapacity can be reduced; while other forms are so I call a repairman at once if the vious fire hazards. Most every motor, keep gasoline in a can
severe that the afflicted person can never leave protective care. motor is not functioning pro- kitchen has a towel rack. Be sure approved by Underwriters' La-
perly. If have a clothes boratories Inc. And remember,
you yours is not in a position where ,
It is estimated that three out of each 100 babies born are
mentally retarded. On the basis of these figures, Duval County dryer, see to it that the vent, towels hang over the top of the keep gasoline only in the garage,
with a population of 500,000 would have approximately 15,000 heating unit and the lint catcherare stove.In never in the house.

retarded individuals. free of lint. Accumulation of the living room potentialfire If you use turpentine for the

North Florida Association for Retarded Children sponsors Pine lint anywhere in the dryer is an hazards are faulty wiring mixing of paints, keep it in a
Castle School which offers a training program for retardees from invitation for a fire. on tight metal container. If you have
lamps, the radio the televisionset.
or
kindergarten through sheltered workshop. Through the efforts of
the association, three of seven Pine Castle classes are staffed Never put anything made of The next time you have the it in a bottle and the bottle drops

with teachers supplied through the Board of Public Instructions. foam rubber in your dryer. This electrician in, have him check ,' to the floor and breaks, you have

OTHER PROGRAMS of the North Florida Association for includes such items as small pillows wiring and electrical connections flooded the floor with a flam-

Retarded Children include parent counselling; public education; a toys, ironing board pads, throughout the house. mable fluid.
scholarship fund to be used for training in special education. ; anda and Junior's football shoulder And be sure your television set Keep a window open while

recreational and social program. pads. Foam rubber can ignite is in a place where there is ade- painting interior walls. Only a

Through its affiliation with its state organization, the Florida spontaneously at the tempera- quate ventilation. A set natural- few months ago two men were
Council other available services included emergency admittance toSunland painting the floor of a living
Training Center, recommendations and suggestions con- in house when an
private
room a
cerning legislation which affects retarded individuals are madeto
the legislature and plans are being made for a mobile diagnosticteam :k extension cord with a light bulb
to travel the state to hold clinics and a summertime camping dropped to the floor. The bulb
facility for retarded children is also being established.Of broke, the hot filament ignitedthe

the funds derived from the local campaign, 75 percent re- wet paint, and damage to
mains with the North Florida Association for Retarded Childrenand the house from the fire was
the remaining 25 percent goes to the national headquarters. a $14,000.
MMM Y.
_
ic Most communities do not per-

RADM Akers Is : ; mit open trash fires; some require -
to
.Jr. KindergartenHas :' 4 a householder desiring
Presented I burn leaves or trash to get a
'Gray .
VacanciesFor ; permit to do so. If you do burn

Eagle' Award ; I leaves or rubbish, however, burn
YoungstersThe them in a wiremesh basket of
Junior Kindergartenhas Rear Admiral Frank Akers, with a
+ f the incenerator type-one
who has served on active dutyas ::4k:
a few openings for three mesh cover which fits securely:
and four-year-olds between a naval aviator longer than place. Have the garden hose

0900 and 1200 Monday through anyone else presently in the hooked to an outside faucet
T up
Navy, has been persented the get
Friday. for use if the fire should
Bus transportation is furn- "Gray Eagle" award. never
out of hand. And never,
ished for children who live in The "Gray Eagle" award is burn on a windy day.
aboard the Sta- given to the naval aviator on
Navy Housing You should get double plea-
active who has been
tion to and from the Nursery duty de- sure out of Spring Clean-
signated as an aviator the most FLYING BATTLEWAGON your
located in 560. The You
Bldg. Navy's new Grumman is complete.
Up job when it
A2F
"Intruder, an attack
years. RADM Akers received aircraft, is surrounded
For information on enroll- the various by circles of will have spic and
types of bombs, rockets and not only a
his missiles
Navy wings September 11 it is
ment call Ext. 368. capable f have
1925. schedule although not in the quantity ihown The ? span home but you will
plane U
for delivery to the fleet in 1963. eliminated potential fire hazards.







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, 15 March 1962 JAX AIR NEWS 3Jeopardizes



:T i TJ Michigan 'Copter Squadron




F Manned By Out-Of-Staters


Forty-two men and 17 officers of Navy Reserve Heli-

copter Squadron 734 from Grosse He, Mich., are currently
winding up two weeks of active duty training here at NAS

Jax and will return to their homes on Friday and Saturday,
March 16-17.
Their training here made no


; 4' t P 4 M () :V'I: E ,S, impact this, in on itself local, is personnel not unusual since as

L'F of all from all
M* ** **f''** squadrons types

JS ?- : *a Thursday, March 15 over the country are ever pre-
** ** 't'Z' Mainside-The Gambler WoreA of
W A.*** x VifA: d=v.'A', '9: sent fulfilling the obligations
f *"'*''.y- ?jiC :t-' > s !* -*''" Gun 1900
only.
i ,
i 1 g 2 their reserve affiliation with the
; 3P NATTUnit Swingin' Along,

'SNOW AT NAS JAX_Everyone hero at NAS Jax knew thai the weather was cold last 1900 only. Navy.
week but only a select few were aware of the snow storm that appears to have hit the Station Hospital-Samar, 1900 only. What has impresed them, how-
here. Personnel at the Cold Storage Plant defrosted one of their 18.000 cubic foot freezer boxes Friday March 16
placing four tons of ice and frost on the doorstep of BIdg. 135 where these members of the ever, is the unusual interest and
Warehouse Receiving Crew took full advantage of the winierv snowbank to indulge in some fun- Mainside Back Street, 1900 devotion of the reservists in
lovin', snow-flinqinq winter sports. E. L. Jenkings. BMC (third from right) flings an 'ice' ball only.
at A. D. Guire, CMC, (left), while R. E. Smith, SM2, has a huge chunk of ice and frost aimed NATTUnit The Gambler meeting their obligation. It cameas

at his back H. L. Hutchinson MMC. Wore A Gun, 1900 only.HospitalSwingin' quite a surprise to local per-

Along, 1900 sonnel to learn that although the

Nation' Otherwise only. squadron is a Grosse He, Mich.,
Station Traffic Saturday, March 17
based unit, some 95 percent of
Mainside Blue Hawaii, 1900
-
its personnel are from New York
Violation RecordThe only. and Pennsylvania who travel

Resumption Of Testing NATTUnit-Back Street, 1400 back and forth from their homesto
following is a reportof and 1900. perform the training requiredof
motor vehicle accidents and Hospital-The Gambler WoreA them.

traffic violations for the per- Gun, 1900 only.Sunday .
iod March 5-11: ,March 18 Most of the members joinedthe
Is A Grim NecessityWhen NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis Mainside-Guns of' the Black Grosse lIe squadron, com-

Witch, 1400 and 1900. manded by Commander R. L.
week, March 5-11 4
NATTUnit-Blue Hawaii, 1400 Tillman, after their own East
President Kennedy on March 2 told the nation Total through March 11 .38
and 1900. Coast helicopter squadrons were
decision to nuclear testing in Total through March 1961 53
and the world of his resume Hospital-Back Street, 1900 deactivated, to maintain their
the atmosphere next month unless agreement can be reached NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE. only. affiliation with the Navy.
with the Soviet Union, he spoke with a gravity befitting
,LAST INJURY IN MOTOR. Monday, March 19
The reservists
have been bus-
hard decisionto
such an announcement. It was a wrenchingly VEHICLE ACCIDENT ..37 Mainside-The House of Women -
have faced heavier ily engaged in sea-air rescue
make; few Presidents in our history a 1900 only.NATTUnitGuns.
training, utilizing their four heli-
responsibility.One NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis of the Black

week ...... ............. ....37 Witch 1900 copters which they flew here
fact is glaringly plain, however. It was stated by Speeding ....... .... ..... 6 only. Hawaii 1900 from Grosse He. And, not only
the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Lyman L. Hospital-Blue are they qualifying their own
Running Stop Sign. 1
Lemnlirer, when he said: "In the light of our studies of the only. in
personnel
Others... .:.... 30 rescue operationand
March 20
recent series of Soviet nuclear atmospheric tests, the Presl Tuesday techniques but have been
of national security and the securityof Thirty-five drivers appeared Mainside-The Fugitive Kind,
dent In the Interest our before the Traffic accepting requests from local
Hearing
free world partners, has made the only decision that 1900 only.
our
squadron personnel, giving them
Board
at the meeting held NATTUnit The House of
could be made. instructions in rescue and actually
March 12 with disposition of Women, 1900 only. -
Consistent with its policies in the past, the United cases as follows: Three lost Hospital-Guns of the Black picking them up out of the

States has not, with the President's announcement, slammedthe driving and parking privileges Witch, 1900 only.Wednesday. water in the St. John's River and
door shut on an agreement with the Soviet Union that aboard the station for various March 21 depositing them back on land

would make our open-air tests in April unnecessary. At the periods, seven were assignedto Mainside-The Deadly Duo, here at the Station.

current Geneva disarmament conference we are making complete a remedial driv- 1900 only. Personnel of the squadron are

specific proposals to avert renewal of the nuclear arma- ing course, nineteen received NATTUnit The Fugitive scheduled to depart for homeon

ments race. One provision is for control and a mutual suspended penalties, nine received Kind, 1900 only. Saturday with the aircraft

moratorium. But such a test ban must be anchored in a warnings, two were Hospital-The House of Women being flown on the return tripto

genuine Soviet desire to work for disarmament.: dismissed and two were referred 1900 only. Grosse Ile on Friday.i' .

to commanding officersfor ,,,..,
If the President's tone was grimly resolute, the recordof .
possible disciplinary
ac-
Soviet obstructions In past efforts to reach nuclear accord tion. _
was enough to have made it so. "No single decision of this 1

Administration has been more thoroughly or more thought. PARKING VEHICLES
fully weighed," he said. It is fresh in memory that last: 1. Signal before stopping ,F i*, fsx

September 1 while we and the United Kingdom negotiatedwith then use great care when

the Soviet representatives at Geneva, Russia violated backing into a parking space.

her phony "moratorium" by beginning a series of some 40 2. Obey all prohibitorysigns
powerful nuclear detonations-"the most extensive single
park distance
atomic test series In history"-as Defense Secretary Mc. ; proper ;
from fire the
a plug, safety
Namara described them.
island, the street intersectionor f yt'xi (
We would be failing our allies and putting our own na- private driveway.

tion in terrible, even fatal jeopardy to adopt any other 3. Park with right wheels a
course than that which the President has reluctantly chosen. few inches from the curb; r f,
valid demonstration of good faith by Premier ?
Only a never leave a corner of the
Khrushchev and his govenment can change that course. vehicle projecting into the fft

traffic lane.

SNAFU Uniform MilitaryFish 4. When parking on a hill,
always set brakes and turn :

Game Laws front wheels so the curbingwill ;>,r;: .

stop an accidental roll. ',.t : .

Put Into EffectAll 5. When pulling out of a ): .

military reservations will parking place, give the pro- .
L 1
have uniform fish and game per signal and allow oncomingautos d"A ,

conservation policies and proce- an opportunity to pass ; : "Pt
dures as the result of a recent before you start. '<: :

Department of Defense directive.The 6. Before leaving the car "rt.'.' "'.r 'MA

directive requires that the after parking, be sure to remove ?" .. ...".,.....,. .
commanders of all military Installations keys from the ignition. 'COPTER TRAINING SESSION-CAPT Arthur J. Shulti.
having a conservation Commanding Officer of NAS Grosse He, Mich., (Un 'copter),
program, negotiate cooperative discusses a training matter with LCDR Harry C. Palmalier
(center), and CDR Willis
J. Neih. both of Reserve Helicopter
Lemich A
agreements with state conserva- Pauline wave assigned -
Squadron 734, following the squadron's arrival here for two.
tion authorities and regional di- : to the U.S. Naval Hospital weeks summer training last week. The Grosse He-based squad.
.
ectors of the Fish and Wildlife Corps to be advanced in rate ron will end Its training here on Friday, March 18. CAPT
'iaoN Y you MEAN THE I Service in the state where the .to Senior Chief Hospital Corps- Schultz accompanied the squadron. commanded by CDR R. L.
DECK GlR?' Tillman to NAS Jax for the initial two days of Its training,
FIFTEENTH ,
base is located. manW). then returned to Grosse He.



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FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION


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Larry M. Bane, Regional Vice
President of the Southeast Re- y

ri-I gion of the Fleet Reserve Association -
addressed Yukon Branch

126, FRA, at 1400 March 18 at r
k the Branch meeting hall in Yu-

kon, Fla. The regular monthly
meeting date was changed to that
time to coincide with the visitof

the Regional Vice President. r"j A
Looking somewhat in the future ;(

the Southeastern Region,
consisting of the southern states,

the south Atlantic area, Central
and South America, will hold it's
'
1962 Regional Caucus in Jackson-

ville at the Roosevelt Hotel Au- L- Jif
gust 9-11. Rear Admiral JosephM.

Carson, ComFairJaxComNabSix -
commanding officers of vari-
ous Naval commands in the area

and city officials have been invited R
> .: as guest speakers.In .

addition to electing a Re- 44; )
gional Vice President, caucus :1$
CANADIAN COUNTERPART CDR Walter W. Honour > ::_ ,;;f
members will discuss and make
(left). Commanding Officer of VP-30. was on hand last week
to welcome aboard Canadian Wing Commander W. J. Lewis recommendations relative to career FRUITFUL WELCOME-CDR R. L. Oreair. (right). Com.
Commanding Officer of Number Two Maritime Operational Navy and Marine Corps enlisted manding Officer of Jacksonville's Gator"Squadron VP-741 and
Training Unit, and his crew for a training session with the personnel which uti- Miss Virginia McDonald. "Miss VP-741, Joined forces to welcome -
squadron. Wing Commander Lewis' unit performs the same type may CDR Charles E. Rau Jr.. and the members of his Reserve
ASW training operation for Canadian squadrons that VP-30 mately be introduced for legisla- squadron, VP-836, on their arrival here at NAS Jax last week
does for Navy squadrons and the visit here is primarily for the tive action. for their annual two-weeks of summer training. CDR Oreair
purpose of swapping ideas to assist in a mutual improvement Branch 126 strongly urges all presented him a box of oranges indicative of the Sunshine State,
while Miss McDonald contrasts the climate difference by wear-
of both countries' anti-submarine warfare capabilities this
eligible voters to vote year. ingher swim suit to welcome the New York-based group aboard.
Servicemen away. from their legal
-

VP-30 HostsCanadian Channel 12 Will residence for and are cast encouraged an absentee to bal-apply Health Joint Crusade

lot. Be a good American, what- ,

Air Feature VR743A ever your party-use that price-
less American heritage and vote.A Donations Are LaggingIf

documentary film, high- "Spaghetti Supper" will be

Force CrewA lighting the overseas training sponsored at the meeting hallon military and civilian personnel of Navy activities in

cruise of Transport Squadron Saturday evening, April 7, the Jacksonville area hope to equal or surpass last year's
Royal Canadian Air Force 743 of NARTU Jax will be beginning at 1700 and continuinguntil contributions to the National Health and Joint Crusade fund

Maritime Air Command crew of presented by WFGA TV 2000. drive, they are going to have to hustle. As the campaign
eight officers arrived at NAS (Channel 12)) on March 21 at enters its final week, the Treasurer's report at this date
I Jax last week for training with 2200. Aye, and sure it's a great day indicates that contributions "are nothing to bras about".
Patrol Squadron Thirty. The program, entitled "Eu for the Irish! All active duty However, it is pointed out that -

The group, under the commandof ropean Touchdown" will cover Irishmen and their guests, no Jacksonville Navy is traditionally able on National Health Contri-
Wing Commander W. J. Lewis missions, performances and matter what their national an- a strong finisher in those butions, since donations to the

swapped ideas on antisubmarine action pertinent to VR-743's cestry, are invited to a St. Pat- campaigns and officials hope this Joint Crusade are being mailed

warfare training with VP-30. two-week active duty stay at rick's Day dance and party at the holds true by the time the drive direct to national headquarters.Three .

The Canadian squadron trains Port Lyautey, French Morocco. Branch 91 Fleet Reserve Club closes on March 23.INFORMATION of the larger activity con-

pilots-who must have at least The film, shot by Channel Saturday night, March 17. is only avail- tributions so far have come from
1500 hours flying experience- 12 cameramen, will also show It'll be a night of "wearing of NAS Jax and the Mayport-based
navigators and radio officers who scenes of Morocco, Naples, the green" for sure. There's no ular Green Cove Springs radio carriers Roosevelt and ShangriLa. -
are commisisoned officers and Rome, Frankfort and other cover and no minimum for the personality will be on hand to NAS Jax and units under its
Irish and is Irish that provide dance music beginningat banner for the drive have
who fly in the aircrew positionsof points in the Mediteranneanwhere everyone put
RCAF ASW aircraft for Mari- VR-743 "touched down." night, at the club located at 2000. Early birds, 'er Irishmen, some $2,023 so far into the till.
time Air Command sqaudrons. 8554 Roosevelt Blvd., Near get the choice seats and tables. The carrier Roosevelt has come

The group, which is attachedto Orange Park. Branch 91 members who have through with $2,000, while the
Number Two Maritime Opera- The "Clay County Playboys", sons,between 9 and 11 years old Shangri-La has contributed$1,500.No .

tional Training Unit, are home- Red Cross Plans featuring Chuck Goddard, pop- are invited to enter them in a overall monetary goal has
Branch Little League team plan-
based at Summerside, Prince been established. All activitiesare
ned for the
Edward Island, Canada. t ? <. Patrol Squadron Thirty like its Spring Gray Lady > League. Only a glove will ticipation. Over $31,000 was real-
have to be provided by the
RCAF counterparts operate the ized in last year's Jax Navy ef-
Lockheed P2V "Neptune" patrol parents. fort. Some
$21,000 went to Health
plane in their training missions. Class At HospitalThe and about $10,000 to the Joint

;$' / tfi A ForceCelebrating Crusade.
:a't Destroyer
spring class for Gray THE CAMPAIGN, first of three
Check Short?
Lady volunteers will begin at authorized for federal activitiesin
the U. S. Naval Hospital on Mon- kS'}L4 Its 1962, involves 10 separate
Fiscal Gives day, April 2, according to an announcement agencies under two groups-Na-
by Mrs. A. H. Wor- 60th
AnniversaryThe I. tional Health and Joint Crusade.
rall, Red Cross Gray Lady Chair- American
Reason Heart Association
WhyNoticed Na-
man. Classes for the volunteerswill } year 1962 has been desig- tional
Association for Retarded
be held from 0900 to 1200 nated as a commemorative peri-
a change in your pay- kt\ Children, American Cancer Society -
daily through Friday, April 6. od for celebrating the Navy'sSixtieth
check recently due to a slight Muscular Dystrophy Asso-
It is estimated Mrs. Worrall Anniversary of Destroyers. -
by
change in the amount of with- ciation, United Celebral
Palsy,
that 40 Gray Ladies will be need- All commands will observethe
deducted If hereis
holding tax ? so, Ski L: R. a ycS National Association for Pre-
ed to fill vacancies and anniversary at appropriate
the reason why, according to existing vention of Blindness and the Na-
others that will occur by summer. A AZ # occasions throughout the year.
the NAS Fiscal Officer. tional Society for
Crippled Child-
.Y Recognition of the exploits and
Volunteers will serve as clinic E.
Due to complete mechanizationof ren and Adults.
receptionists, assist on the pedi- achievements of destroyers during -
payroll accounting, withholdingtax atric ward, in the blood bank the past 60 years will be The Joint Crusade includes
deductions are now computedon and help the Red Cross Officein noted in public speeches, state- three international welfare agen-

a percentage basis where carrying out its program of ments, open house ceremonies, cies, the American-Korean Foun-
under the previous semimechanized services. A Armed Forces Day celebrations, dation, CARE and Radio Free

method of payroll account- Women interested in enrollingin and other public events during Europe.
ing, a pre-computed chart of
the class may call the HospitalRed 1962. Personnel can contribute sep-
tax deductions
withholding was Cross, Ext. 211 or 213 to Secretary of the Navy Fred arately to any single Health

utilized. make appointments for application Korth has signed a directive designating agency or Joint Crusade agency,
Here is how the new percentage interviews which will be PICTURE OF HEALTH 1962 as the opportunetime or they can make one single
method works: Multiply the to observe the Sixtieth An- donation to either National
held the week prior to the beginning This lovely angler knows the Health
total number of dependents (tax of the class. value of outdoor sports in pro- niversary of Destroyers due to or the Joint Crusade.
code) by $26, then deduct this moting better health. She's the commissioning of the USS Personnel who have not
from the amount with other authorized deductions thrown her behind the con-
amount
gross National Health Bainbridge (DLG (N) 25), the tributed to the current'campaign
Agencies
earned. Eighteen percent of the in determining the net pay due world's first nuclear-powered
Joint Crusade de-
campaign nowunderway are urged to do so before the
net difference is considered along an employee. here at NAS Jax. stroyer. | end of the drive on March 23.




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Varsity 'Middies' Will ; f \ .


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90 athletes from four U. S. Naval Academy var- // /
sity teams will conduct their annual Easter vacation drills -

here at NAS Jax beginning next Thursdav. March__ _n 22.__. t' 4L.,,", 1 ,
This marks the third straight
ville University at JU at 1500.
year that the Naval Academy has
chosen the Station as its spring March 23-Florida State Uni- _

training site.Candidates. versity vs Navy at NAS Jax at

for positions on the 1200; JU vs FSU at NAS Jax at

Academy's baseball, tennis, golf 1500.March
and track squads will comprisethe 24-JU vs Navy Jax at

contingent. While here the 1200; FSU vs Navy at NAS Jax

Middies, always strong contenders at 1500.

in all sports, will vie against TENNIS

various college, service and independent March 22-Navy vs Bolles at SILK OWNER-It might be a man's world but the heavens have opened to this young Mist.
teams during a three- Bolles at 1300 Navy vs Boone She is Sandra (Sandy) Martinson only female member of the newly formed 35-member Fleet Air
; Jax Sport Parachute Club here at NAS Jax. So far the 110-pound Wave "lilk owner" has made
day stay. Park Racquet Club at Boone two 2.800-foot Jumps and expects to raise the count this weekend. Regular jump are scheduledby
The Middies will compete in a Park at 1900. the club's members each Saturday and Sunday at White House Field located north of NAS
varied schedule that includes March 23-Navy vs FSU at Cecil Field. Writing news for The Jax Air News is Sandy's weekly work-when she's not

four baseball games in three Boone Park at 0900; Navy vs making news.

days; six tennis matches in three University of Florida at Boone

days; and two golf engagements.The Park at 1300. r Pixie Parachutist

track team will participatein March 24-Navy vs FSU at c

the Florida Relays on March Boone Park at 0900; Navy vs

24 at Gainesville. Presbyterian College at Boone
Three baseball games are slated Park at 1300. Skeptic Sailors See

for the Station's Mason Field. On GOLF

March 23, Navy takes on Florida
March 22 Navy vs Ponte
State at 1200. In a twin-bill on 11
Vedra Country Club at 1200;
March 24, Navy hosts JU at 1200
Soar Sat.Although
Yale vs NAS Jax at NAS at Sandy
before entertaining FSU at 1500. 1300. : .
Yale University's lacrosse and
March 23-NavY/Univ.. of Fla./ l
golf teams will also be holding l.j
FSU/San Jose Country Club at \) she stands only five-feet, two inches, she castsa
spring drills aboard the Station.
San Jose at 1230; Yale vs NAS : tall shadow-from 2,800 feet up!
Yale arrives on March 18 and
Jax at NAS Jax at 1300. ;; s.y This petite Miss we're speaking of is Sandra Martinson -
will be here for 10 days. .
TRACK : r f4i k. the first and only female member of the Fleet Air Jax
Here is the complete schedule:
Parachute Club here at NAS.
Snort
BASEBALL March 24 Track Meet at
At the time this article was 1
Jackson- Gainesville. of the club. He followed
March 22-Navy vs was by
being written, "Sandy", as she's
nine other fledglings: L. A. Lunn,
known to her fellow workerson
C. T. Golden R. E. Miller Jim
the staff of the Jax Air ,
Weight A Problem? + $ <4 4sf Parsons, H. A. Wood, W. C.
News, was already a veteran of
Johnson R. J D.
King-Elliston,
two 2,800-foot static-line jumps,
A. and D. G. Swallow.
Facilities and expecting to raise this count Youngs,
Body-Building All jumpers to date have been
by three or four this coming
> weekend. i closely observed by the club's

Handy To Lose Or GainHow's be Sandy sailing hardly through looks the the air type but to ''I I two paratrooper 82nd Army instructors Airborne ,Division Ser-

geants First Class Phil Vander
nevertheless, she has followed
? Better yet, do you con- Weg and Bob Pronier from Fort
your weight problem through with her desire to "giveit
sider yourself physically fit? a try". By doing so, she has Bragg, N.C. At least one of these
either of these questions, makea men goes aloft with each plane
If you've any doubts on exemplified the all-around char-
visit to the main deck of the Station's indoor pool and acter it takes to make an All- load of chutists.

meet Chuck Phillips. American girl.Unfortunately. Since its formation just a
month ago, the club has already
Chuck is the supervisor of a the lady
has
structure properly. He hopesof young reached its present limit in membership -
still-growing unique bodybuilding training hadn't completed all
forming a physical parachutist .about 35. The club
room open to all persons interested club whose members may parti- the necessary ground school plans, however, to have a groupof
in their in time to be with the
improving pre- cipate in local contests. training associate members who will
sent conditioneitherby such first from the club to
physical "When the idea of a group
OUT OF THE OFFICE: become full members once the
taking a little weight off or room was put into developmentstages And into the workout room is jump last Thursday. She wastedno club expands or members are
putting it on. the latter part of January," the routine for Frank Micek of time, however, completing transferred.

To date, about 79 persons pat- says Phillips, "we had only a ComFairJax Admin. Here he 1 those requirements. On Saturday, According to club president
build his muscleson I *
to leg :
ronize this development depart- steam room and one other small helps the not-so-easy to pedal March 10, just two days later, Lloyd Sykes, every Saturday and

ment daily-over 350 per week. room. Now that small room has bicycle, just one of the many Sandy, no doubt, found a few Sunday have been scheduled as

How can you take it off, or been extended into two larger recreational body-building facilities members in awe as she boardedthe regular jumping days at White
the
Put it on? You can take your ones with visions of them grow- Indoor now Pool available workout at rooms twin-engine Beechcraft and House Field north of Cecil. Field-

choice simply by using the body- ing even further." provided for the use of all headed skyward. weather permitting.

building facilities available which hands by NAS Special Services. Every eye, '3,000 feet below,

includes three bicycles, a rowing Takes 17 Arnzen, placing all firsts in the was focused on the craft, somea

machine, wall-weight pulleys, Team Marksman category of .22 cal. little skeptical of a Navy Wave Puttering

various exercising weights and timed fire; .22 cal. National sprouting wings.

one complete set of Olympicrule Dixie TrophiesThe Match; .22 cal. aggregate; .38 Then, there was no doubt as

bar-bells, or, relax in the NAS Jax Pistol Team cal. National Match; .38 cal. ag- the spectators and club members, AroundA

steam room. walked from the Dixie gregate; .45 cal. slow fire; .45 their necks strained backward,
away
cal. National Match .45 cal. ra- saw the spectacular sight of a reminder all both
In addition, a very popular item Pistol Match, held at the Jack ; to military,
the workout room has to offeris sonville Police Pistol Range pid fire; and .45 cal. hard ball figure leaving the plane and a active and retired, and civilian

a new reducing machine. One March 6-9, with 14 firsts, two National Match. Carl Linza, parachute opening, supporting all members of the NAS Golf Club

stab at this "twister" and you'll seconds and an overall .22, .38 placing first in the Expert, .38 110 pounds of Sandra Martinson. -Saturday and Sunday, March

soon lose the "spare tire". and .45 caliber third place team cat slow fire; and Frank Mc. I Although Sandy was the only 17-18, are the days set aside for

In an effort to help' with the trophy. Beth, placing first in the Sharp- female to jump last week, the the NAS Spring Cup Golf Tour-

body-building phase, Jerry Eich- Individual winners in the shooter .45 cal. rapid fire. spotlight was also on many other nament.A .
The team is now at Tampa, Parachute fee has been set
wald, an AO-A School studentat various caliber firings were: members of the Sport $2 entry
NATTU, has offered his pro- Vergil Placid, placing first in the Fla., for the Mid-Winter Match Club who were experiencingtheir for the 36-hold handicap medal

fessional services. A former Vic Expert .22 cal. timed fire; .38 and from there will go to Miamifor initial trips from sky to play.

Tannys instructor from Long Island cal. timed fire; and .45 cal. ag- the Flamingo Match scheduled earth. The first of these to make In addition to awards for the
to be held March 20-24. the static-line jump was JamesF. winner and various
second in the Expert runner-up
N.Y.. Eichwald demonstrates gregate;
.38 cal. timed fire and .45 cal. Bassett of VA-44, who, incidentally other prizes will also be handedout.
the correct procedures
i
necessary in developing the body hard ball National Match. Paul MORE SPORTS ON PAGE 6 I is the vice president .

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i Fire Prevention Authority Assessments DueThe Work, Play Are Planned For




I. Will Speak Here TomorrowOne advised Death Employees'members Benefit Society that Mutual Assessments has Allied Officers While HereA


of the nation's foremost authorities on safety and 180 and 181 are now busy and eventful schedule in which they will mix

fire prevention will present a lecture on the handling and due and payable by March 20, training with a people-to-people program has been outlinedfor
storage of flammable liquids at the Station Theater, Bldg. 1962. 15 foreign naval officers of seven different nations who
612, tomorrow at 1400. are aboard NAS Jax for three weeks of training.

Joe L. Risinger, technical di-. The____ foreign officers uuu arrived_ U_
rector of Elkhart Brass Manu- by chartered bus Saturday after-

facturing Co. Inc., is making noon from Athens, Ga., where
:public the vast store of experi- \ 4I. they have been attending the

ence he has accumulated through Navy Supply Corps School.
33 years of working in the field During their first working day

of safety and fire prevention. Monday, the group met with
All personnel of NAS and commanding officer Captain

.tenant activities whose jobs encompass L_ 2n James R. Compton, sat through
t
flammable liquids are t several briefings and lectures
(requested to attend the present- ..} :) and was conducted on a fami-
ation. Any other personnel interested liarzation tour.

i are also invited. ___4 :"i It ) Their three weeks at NAS Jax
ti'4'
Risinger will cover the hazards will be spent in training with
involved in transfer and '
the Supply Department. The officers .
t storage of aviation gasoline and during their stay here
jet fuels, with particular emphasis will tour various departments and

; on problems encountered dur- tenant activities aboard, will visit

ing transfer from fuel carrying other naval activities in the area,
vehicles to aircraft and de-fuel- attend civic meetings and will
1'I 1'IN
ing processes. A visit points of interest in Florida,
The lecture is also expected to including Tallahassee. A trip to

cover methods for the preventionof Cape Canaveral has also been
floating roof tank fires and arranged.

extinguishing methods connected After a day of training Tues-

with them. Additional demonstra- t day, the group visited Jackson-
tions and explanations will be ville Beach Wednesday where

given, if time permits or by re- they were hosted by the USO.

quest. Today they will interrupt their
Risinger is the inventor of the THE MEETING OF THE TWAIN-LT Kurt Burchardt of West Germany LT Walter Kuem- training with attendance as guestsat
air agitation method of extingu- mel of West Germany LCDR Malik Moin of Pakistani LCDR Jan Lolland of Norway; LT Kozhi the luncheon meeting of the
and Kutty of Pakistan; ENS Vinicio Vega of Chile, and ENS Enrique Pizzaro of Chile (left to right)
ishing oil tank
controlling Jacksonville Chapter of the Arm-
locate their home countries on the world globe. They are part of the 15 foreign naval officers
fires. He will illustrate his talk from seven foreign countries who are aboard NAS Jax for three weeks of training with the Sup. ed Forces: Management Associa-
in a graphic manner, using dramatic ply Department. tion at the Officers Club. A tripto

table-top demonstrations. St. Augustine and Marinelandis
I on the agenda for Friday.
Major League Players
Classified : The visiting party includes
.... ,. ,. .., ,
\ .. .. .. .... LCDR Malik Moin and LT Kozhi
For Sale Named In Little LeagueSixty Kutty of Pakistan; ENS Enrique
Ortega Hills-trop style, 3 bdrm, 2 Pizzaro and ENS Vinicio Vega,
\ bath, patios, $100.50 per mo, avail Im- Chile; LCDR Jorgen Christiansen -
med Inspect after 1200 daily EV 47389. boys, nine to 12 years old of NAS and the surround and LT Torben Dahl, Den-
Riverfront Horns-tep guest hit, 3 ing area, received a most important post card this week. mark; LT Kurt Burchardt and LT
bdrm, 2 bath, 500' dock CO
fireplaces ;
4-6646. The card was from the Navy Jax-Ortega Little Leagueand Walter Kuemmel, Germany; LT
4131 Roma Blvd.-$120 dn, $120 per informed the addressee he had been selected to play Anthanasios Yannopoulos, LT
mo, 3 bdrm, brick, gar 771-6727. with a major league club. Andrew Lago and LTJG Em-
Split Level-3 bdrm, 1 1V4 beth, avail
The League features eight
ma- manuel Mandouvalos Greece
;
June 1" EV 72076. State Playoffs.Vice .
Cedar Hills Estate-3 bdrm, 2 bath, jor league teams, each with a President of the League, LCDR Jan Lolland, Norway; LT
kit equip, or rent $120 per mo; 771- roster of fifteen boys. Sixty "Butch" Scherer, has hinted a Nejat Ebcioglu, LTJG Namik
6727 youngsters returned from last Darcan and LTJG Taylan Ece of
'60 Mobile Home-50' x 10', 3 bdrm, surprise for "little" little lea-
frnt kit, $76 per mOl CO 4-6276 or season, leaving vacancies for guers this season. Contingient on Turkey.
n Reed, Ext. 8257. sixty newcomers. the number "eight", it promisesto Here is the remainder of their
Ortega Hills-GI mtg, 3 bdrm, 2 bath,
Selection of new players was schedule:
be fun for and
player spectator
patio, $1,000 Avail after -
LEAGUE LEADER-Marvin equity April
made the in the March 17-18-Free.
by League same
T. Bradford. Southern Region. 1; EV 8-0882. alike. Details will be unveiled -
al Director of Little League Normandy Village-3 bdrm, 2 bath, 'I manner as the NFL drafts-the soon. March 19-Training, luncheon
Baseball and member of the Intercom system, 1 yr.-old; EV 98452. bottom team of the previous with Rotary Club at MayflowerHotel
staff at international head Sale' or Rent-3 bdrm, gar, $70 per season getting first choice and 1230.
headquarters in Williamsport mo, Woodstock Park; EV 4-7497. the line."Foremost" AFHA To HearComptroller March 20-Tour of St. Regis
on
Trade up
Pa.. will speak at a general Equity-and furn In 3 bdrm CB
meeting of Little Leaugers on hse for equal value' In '60 or '61 2 bdrm last year's champion Paper Co., 0915; Tour of Navy
Monday March 19 at 1930 in mobile home SP 1.2202 after 1700. I Of Fuel Depot, 1400.
stands as a strong threat
the CI&E For Rent
: Center Bldg. 955. I I March 21-Tour of NAS Cecil
Ortega Farms Blvd-2 bdrm, furn, $60 again this season with nine returnees -
per mOl SP M677. I four Field, 0800; Luncheon with Jax
including players
Regional Director Ortega Hills-ttv & refrlg, $115 per who will be starting their third BuWeps TodayMembers Downtown Lions Club, Mayflower
mo EV 9-5961 after 1700. of the Jacksonville Hotel, 1230; Briefing and tour of
Trailer-comp furn, prl lot EV 95961. major league season.
;
Navy Exchange facilities 1430.
,
Addresses Little Lake Shore-3 bdrm, unfurnn $90 per On March 17, the 140 hopefulswho Chapter of the Armed Forces
mo; EV 95954. weren't picked by a Management Association are expected March 22-Training, luncheonand
up
Unfurn-3 bdrm, $85 SP tour of Atlantic Coast Line
Leaguers per mOl major league team will workout to receive a better pic-
Monday
13501.
Headquarters, 1130; tour of
ture of the financial
Furn bath aloe under the watchful of minor manage-
Apt-4 rmi wit, gar, eyes
Little League members and all $70; EV 71950. league mentors. Selection of ment of the Bureau of Naval Western Union, 1430; dinner,

persons interested in Little Lea- Woodstock P.rk-furn apt, front bdrms, players for the eight team (fif- Weapons at their luncheon meet- Kiwanis Club of South Jax,
gue in the Jacksonville area are prl bath & entr, elee: kit; EV 8-2402. minor ing today at Green Turtle Restaurant, 1830.
teen
players ) league
Navy Wife-wantt to share home with per
March 23-Trip to Air Force
invited
to attend a general meet- noon at the Of-
will be made the Tues-
Navy wife & 1 child, prefers person to following
ing Monday, March 19, at the have current driver's permit; 771-0920. day, March 20. ficers Club Missile Test Center, Patrick Air
NAS Career Information and This 'n' That here. Force Base, 0630.
Education Center, Bldg. 955. Share Car Pool from Arlington or This season, officials of the March 24-25-Free.
The invitation has been extended Southside, Mon. thru Frl., 0800-1630(( ; local Little League have sched- Sterling March 26-Training; tour of
Ext.
Irving Spevak 8246.
by Captain Ralph E. Elliott uled games to be plaved Mon- ), { Comptroller for Aircraft Maintenance Depart-
Jr., Commanding Officer, leagues in 25 countries.The day through Saturday at 1730 and { the Bureau of ment, 0830.

Naval Air Reserve Training agenda will also include 1930 at Blue Angel Park, here at k )sr' Naval Weapons March 27 Tour of City Hall,
Unit, who is president of the league regulations, incorporation NAS. In contrast to previous in Washington 0915; Luncheon and tour of Prudential -
Navy-Jax-Ortega Little League. procedures, international tourna- seasons, this year two major \ will be princi- Insurance Co., 1100; Boat
Highlight of the meeting will ment plans, 1961-62 tournament teams will play one night, two CAPT vison pal speaker at trip on City of Jax fire boat,

be a discussion by Marvin T. financing, senior division plans minors the following. Last year today's gathering. His talk will 1430.March
Bradford, southern regional direc- and local programs.As the minors played the early game be on '"Bureau of Weapons Fin- 28-Tour of O&R, 0830;

tor of Little League Baseball anda a representative of national with the majors following under ancial Management". Area Supply Corps Officers

member of the staff at inter- headquarters, Bradrord, who has the lights. Announcement of local rules luncheon, Officers Club, 1200;
national headquarters in Wil- been identified with Little Lea- The 1962 Navy Jax Ortega and regulations for membershipin Tour of Rawls Bros. Shipyard,

liamsport, Pa. He will discuss the gue for more than thirteen years, Little League Season will offi- the Jax chapter, plus a review 1430.March
state of the national program of is currently on an extended field cially open April 14. Teams will of the recent field trip to 29-Trip to Tallahasseeand

.:'Little League! baseball and many trip which will include visits to play a 21 game schedule, after the IBM plants in ,Poughkeepsieand visit with Governor, 0700.
of its aspects in terms of its relationship centers of Little League activitiesin which an all-star team will be Kingston, N.Y., are includedon March 30-Review, critique and
to the more than 6,00 14 states. selected to compete In the Florida today's agenda. graduation, 0815.t .