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: April 19, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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! Committee Tags Important Amendments To Quarters Hike Bill '

I A House Armed Services man. E-4 with one dependent is known "Class Q" allotment instead of going to an allot
Sub-committee has cleared The Sub-committee voted to $77.10. system. This means E-4s and ment system, putting him on
legislation for a quarters almake the proposed legislation Before becoming law, howabove with more than four a new' type quarters rate table -
lowance hike for military effective October 1 instead of ever, the bill must now pass years service would not draw -with or without depen-
personnel and sent it on to January 1 as was originally the full House Armed Ser- a separate "Q" allotment dents.
the full Armed Services Com recommended and also vices Committee the House
gave ,
check and would revert to thetraditional E-ls through E-4s with less
mittee. E-4s with less than four years Floor and the Senate-then to
The bill carried with it sevservice a break by writing in the President for signature. system of housing than four years service will r

eral important amendments $81.30 instead of the proposed As now written, the legisla- allowance. The money would still be regulated by the allotment
ell favorable to the service- $60. The present rate for an tionwould end the well be paid directly to the man system program.

Fire Damages F


New AdditionTo Jtl X 8

EM ClubA

fire of undetermined origin,
which broke out at 2145 Mon- Vol. 20 No. 3 U.S. NAS Jacksonville, Fla. 19 April 1962

day, has severly damaged the
new addition to the BluejacketsInn.
Accounts Disbursing Office
The fire was confined to the

area under construction, however,
some damage by smoke and wa-
Goes Into 1
ter to the main portion of the k 4 Operation May
club was reported.Fire .
estimates have placed the Establishment of the U.S. Navy Accounts Disbursing Of-
extent of damage at $8,000 to fice at NAS Jacksonville, effective May 1, has been an-
$15,000. nounced by the Comptroller of the Navy.
The Station fire department The mission of the new tenant
responded Immediately to the activity, as assigned by the Se- to NADO on May 1. Office hours
call and had extinguished the : :,.YY. cretary of the Navy, is to main- for the new activity will be from
fire proper in a matter of about ; tain accounts of and make pay- 0730 to 1600 Monday through fri-
15 minutes. There were no in- ments to personnel of naval ac- day and personnel are encouragedto
juries. tivities served; pay civilian pay- present their disbursing prob-
The area gutted by the blaze rolls; prepare and pay militaryand lems at any time during these
was formerly the patio. It was civilian travel claims; main- hours.
being enclosed to increase the tain accounts for and issue U. S. NADO WILL CONTINUE to
capacity of the main ballroomby +f :iQ".Y.j Savings Bonds; receive miscel- occupy the same office spaces
25 per cent. laneous cash collections; and per- used by the present disbursing
According to Navy Exchange EYE NADO OPENING-LT. B. A. Bushes (center). Officerin form such other functions as may officers, however, plans are being
of the newly established Navy Accounts Disbursing
officials it will be at least the Charge formulated to into larger
Office, goes over office space plans for the new activity With be assigned by the Comptrollerof move
middle of June before construc- two of his assistants. NADO will open for business here on May the Navy. spaces to be provided on the first
tion work can be completed.It 1 In the same office spaces used by the present disbursing unit NADO WILL ASSUME all deck of Building 110. The move
had been anticipated that in Bldg. 110. The new activity will move later on Into larger disbursing functions presently will allow the consolidation of
on the first deck of Bldg. 110. Left is CWO C. W. BickeL
the remodeling would be com- Assistant Officer.In.Charge, and right Is Carol Cilione Administrative performed by the Disbursing Of- personnel and functions from two
pleted in mid-May. Assistant. ficers at NAS Jax and at Naval branch offices.

Station Mayport. Military com- LT B. A. Buscher, formerly
I mand will be exercised by the officer in charge of NADO at
VP-30 Adopts NATOPSAs Shore Duty Is Commandant Sixth Naval Dis- Key West, will be in charge of
trict and management control by the Jax NADO. CWO C. W. Bic-
AffectedBy the Comptroller of the Navy. kel, has been assigned as as-
New Training ManualThe Not The present! military and civilian sistant officer in charge. He re-
allowances of NAS Jax and ports here from the USS Guada-
Rate ChangeThe NS Mayport will be transferredEmployees lupe.
Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures
Standardization Manual, better known as NATOPS, will NAS Personnel Office
become the new "bible" for operational training of replace- has announced that accordingto Will Elect
ment pilots and aircrewmen in P2V and P5M aircraft at the Enlisted Transfer Man-
Patrol Squadron 30, as the Pro's swing into the training of ual, shore tours are not affected -

Replacement Class 2-62 tomorrow, April 19. by rate advancement, Representatives SoonIn
Class 2-62 which is scheduledto reduction in rate or rating
experience gained in training
begin the flight phase, will be conversions.The .
the first replacement trainee standardized replacement person- tour lengths are deter- the very near future the election of employee repre-
nel, VP-30( commanded by Com- sentatives to Employees' Councils the Recreation and Wel-
group to report to the Atlantic mined by the rate the indivi- ,
Fleet patrol squadrons fully mander Walter W. Honour, takes dual held and the status fare Association, the Food Services Board and the Board of
trained in the new NATOPS the lead in providing the Mari- (normal, "for duty", or spe- Trustees of the Employees' Mutual Death Benefit Societywill
time Air Task Force Atlantic
operating procedures. : cial tour) he was in when be conducted.
with ASW pilots and aircrewmen Election officials to serve in
The NATOPS Manual, for P2V reporting to shore duty.In Young, Election Supervisors.
qualified under the concept of the various Station departmentshave
and P5M aircraft is the instru- NATOPS. view of this regulation, been designated as follows: SECURITY-Edwin S. Hicks,
ment of standardization in oper- the Personnel Office has advised Election Officer Joseph M. Ci-
LCDR John W. Townes Jr. LT
ating procedures for maritime ,
all personnel requests bulski, Gordon W. Vail MarcellusL.
LCDR R. C. Fenner, Election Officer ,
James H. Taylor and D. L. P.
patrol aircraft on a fleet-wide for extension of tours
Link, Theodore Borton and
; L. C. Knapp, R. E. Couey,
basis. Fleet-wide standardizationby Williams, AMC, of VP-30() have ashore where the sole
been assigned additional duties reason E. L. Shirey, C. J. Wilcox, M. R. Fred J. Sanders, Election Super-
aircraft types takes advantageof for the is due to
request visors.MISCELLANEOUSRaymond.
Fulton, J. H. Wood and M. H.
Commander Naval Air
with the
the vast experience of both change in rate, are not de-
Lazarus Election
Fleets in more than a decade anda Forces Atlantic as a roving sired.
half of martime patrol opera- standardization evaluation team PUBLIC WORKS-ENS E. W. B. Datres.
tions, covering every corner of for P2V squadrons. This team is Callender Jr., Election Officer; Employees are urged to begin
the globe and every 'conceivable not a gestapo group nor are Red Cross To Host Earline Jacobson, Elmer O'Steen, considering candidates whom
climate and operating condition.I they bogey men, but rather an William Barnhart Sr., Herman they wish to nominate.
Through NATOPS, the Chief evaluation team reporting onlyto Ploucher, Earl Edwards, L. M. Further details concerning the
of Naval Operations hopes to I the squadron commanding officers Area Spring RallyThe Bennett, William Harrell .and election will be published at a
achieve a substantial increase in on the general conditionof Frank James, Election Supervisors. later date.
combat readiness and a reductionin the standardization in their American Red Cross will .
the aircraft accident rate. Sta- commands and the personnel host a spring rally for their Gray SUPPLY-Beulah M. Wise,
tistics have shown that a sizable evaluated, but not by name. Ladies and Staff Aides who are Election Officer; Herman P.Gaul, NATTU HonormenP

percentage of aviation accidents Standardization evaluation reports active on all Jacksonville naval Phylma Siegler, Peggy Bryant,
installations.The E. T. Keating, George J. P. Hellon, AO-A
have been caused by nonadherance by this group are another Kenerlyand
to standard operating pro- tool of the squadron commanding rally' will take place Ed Wright, Election Super- School84.57.SGT .
cedures., officers designed to build com- Wednesday, April 25, at 1000 at visors. C. A. Parsons, AE-A
Largely responsible for the architecture mand authority and achieve increased the NAS Jax Officers Club. COMPTROLLER-Iola S. Mil- School84.18.G. .
of the NATOPS Man- safety and combat read- Speaker for the occasion will be ler, Election Officer; Lllliam S. F. Beitinger, AEC, and C.
ual for patrol aircraft and in aposition iness in the Fleet patrol squad- Carl S. Ingle, past Duval County Weathers, Mattie P. Johnson, H. Ethridge, AE2, AE-B SchooL-.
to draw upon the vast rons. Chairman of ARC. John F. LeMore and Peggy M. (Tie) 81.13.


I IJtI } Wflflf3 I I Mrs. Worralls Lt

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CAPT J. R. Compton MAS Jacbonvltl Commanding Officer Hospital i4

CDR Walter J. Schub Executive Officer By _
Fleet Air Jacksonville NAB 6ND
RADM Joseph M. Canon CommanderCAPT Mrs., Helen Worrall, a Gray
Vincent Catty Chief of Staff Lady at the U.S. Naval Hospital, ,
Fleet Air Wing Eleven received a hearty "Well Done"
CAPT Gilbert J. Freuenhelm ___Commander and a Letter of Appreciation
CAPT Andrew H. Cowart Chief Staff Officer .
Naval Air Technical Training Unit Thursday, April 12, from CaptainJ.
CAPT Hart... D. Allen Commanding Officer M. Hanner, Naval Hospital
COR Evgene P. Verdery Executive Officer Commanding Officer, for her 650
Naval Hospital hours of volunteer time.
CAPT J. M. Hanner Commanding Officer
CAPT Stephen H. Tollni- _Executive Officer "During the period in which
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit you served as a Gray Lady at
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. Commanding Officer this hospital, and especially during -
CDR William M. Miller
Executive Officer
tenure as Chairman,
Printed commertcally with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at your
no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July you have served with responsibility 'k iS 4SL
1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air poise and tact. You have
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing worked faithfully in the Surgical
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U.S. Naval Hospital.CDR .
Clinic since completed
Alex N. Mclnnls, Jr. Service Information Officer you your "
Andrew H. Planey ._ Assistant Service Information Officer Gray Lady training in October tr)
News Editor-Arthur A. Slocumb Staff-Mae Spencer J01; Marc Whetstone, 960, giving approximately 650
JO); Sandy Martinson, JOSN, Photographer, Joy Moreau, PH2. hours of volunteer time," read GRAY LADY HONORED-Mrs. Helen WorralL was awarded .
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and International the award. a letter of appreciation by CAPT J. M. Hanner, Hospital
Councils of Industrial Editors. Commanding Officer, last week for her 650 hours of volunteer
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material "As Gray Lady Chairman since work at the Hospital. She was also extended a hearty "Well
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit la given. Photo- October 1961, you have been an Done" by CAPT Hanner for her service as Gray Lady Chairman.
graphs unless otherwise credited, ere official U.S. Navy Photographs. able and excellent leader who since October 1961.CHAPLAIN'S .
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone
extenelons 8164, 656, 272 or 216. has assisted materially in
strengthening the Gray Lady ser- C:;?
vices to this hospital and its

New Decade Must Not patients," continued the award.
The letter of Appreciation also

stated that Mrs. Worrall's efforts, ,....
as well as those of the many ,
Repeat Past Mistakes' other Gray Ladies who so generously -

volunteer their services,
have been of great value to the
Many men now in the service were schoolboys little Hospital in accomplishing its I

more than a decade ago when America faced the 1950s with mission in the care and treat- CORNER

hope.The ment of the sick and injured.
40s had seen the bloodiest war in human history "May I express my sincere

turn'the whole world into a flaming battlefield. Then again, appreciation for your faithful "This is the day the Lord has made; let /us be glad and
men of good will were fighting a vicious enemy in the rub- service and wish you continued
rejoice in it. (Psalm 138:24): )
ble and rice
paddies of Korea in the 50s. We were unpre- success in all your future en-
pared for that war; nevertheless, in the name of the United deavors. Please accept a hearty 'The Keystone of the whole structure of our Christian Faith is

Nations, we accepted the challenge. "Well Done'," concluded the he divinity of Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. If Jesus were

Could It happen again? Yes-if the enemies of freedom award. merely a good and noble man, an Inspired leader, a wise philosopher

believe we are too sick of fighting In far corners of the or a great moral guide, there would be many good reasons for listen
world to stand by our principles. How we think today, how I. ing to His words and admiring His deeds. But if He were not really
we support our country's determination to suppress Interna- Easter Flower God as He said, Christians would be frauds and fools for embracing

tional banditry, determines where we as members of the Orders, Being His religion. Why?

Armed Forces will be in the year ahead and the years to "There are'two good..reasons: 1)) His followers embrace a way

come.The Taken By NX of life that is often hard. Certainly, to put it mildly, there can be

uniform we wear_ carries a great responsibility. Orders for Easter flowersfor very many inconveniences to being a Christian. But they are triflesif
People everywhere judge America and Americans by whatwe both local and out-of-town done for love of Jesus-if He is truly God. 2)) His followers have

say and do. Cynicism, apathy, indifference to the plightof delivery may now be placed taken Him at His word that they shall possess eternal life. But if

others-if these be the distinguishing traits of the U.S. with the Navy Exchange's He were not God, He could not have made a promise to share the

serviceman, we can expect no rallying behind American Flower Service. The three locations God-life in heaven for all eternity.
leadership of the world's free peoples. for the service are the
"Christ worked miracles and down the of Judea rand
There must be up
no tragic repetition of 1950. All of us Personal Service Shop, Bldg.
Galilee to confirm the faith of His followers and to confirmthe
must set an example that civilians everywhere can take pride 3; NATTU, Bldg. 445, and Na- I
in and be quick to follow. val Hospital, Bldg. H2009. disbelief of the skeptics. Of course, we associate miracles with
God's intervention in nature; hence we can associate Jesus with
will also be madeto
God as proof of His divinity. But the miracles of themselves are
quarters aboard the Sta-
I CIVIL I II tion. not final proof that He is God. The prophets of the Old Testamentand
SERVICE the saints of the New Testament have worked miracles-not,

Y of course, in their own name, but in God's. Christ's miracles, of

I course, were something entirely different since He always worked
News In ReviewEditor's I them in His own name.

"But there is one miracle that is smashingly convincing. It is

( Note: Due to the many inquiries being received em- the one miracle that Christ had to work or He would have gone
ployees and others rbout the President's proposal for salary reform, down In history as a great fraud. He had publicly proclaimed before
the Civil Service Commission has prepared following questionsand His enemies: Destroy this temple and in three days I will rebuild it.
answers about the background and effect oj the proposal.) -
And His enemies didn't let Him forget that boast for while He
Q. What is the time interval between within.grade Increases!? was hanging on the cross of Calvary, in blashphemy they mocked

x'K Him: Vah, thou that destroyest the temple of God and in three
A. Instead of the present one-year or 18-month waiting period,
a days will rebuild it; save thyself; come down from the cross.
the increases would take effect as follows: Once a year for the

first three steps, once every two years for the next three steps, "That was the challenge! All the other miracles counted for
and once every three years for the last three steps. Thus the increases nothing if He did not rise again. And to double-check on Him,

would be most frequent when proficiency on the job nor- they put their own guard around His tomb to prove to history that
mally increases most rapidly. This would bring employees in grades Jesus was the great impostor."His .

GS-1 through GS-15 to the top of their grades in 18 years. rev resurrection from the tomb on Easter morning proved beyond -

all doubt that the temple had been destroyed and rebuilt as
Q. Does the pay reform bill make any provision for within g He
had foretold. He was and is and ever will be truly God the
grade raises because of excellent work?
object of our faith, our hope and our love."

A. Yes, the bill would allow giving merit increases not oftener
Chaplain John J. Reardon
than once a year in order to reward and encourage high quality
perfomance. This is an established practice in private industry, and s <

was formerly permitted by the Classification Act as late as 1954.
N rY'S CDR Griffin Is New CO Of VA-44
a. Will the proposed bill correct the situation that sometime r :7 '9
occurs when a supervisor receives no more or even lets pay than
. some of his subordinates under another pay system? Lois Pilsen, wearing a mortar Commander Mitchell C. Griffin
board to go with the college relieved Commander William B.I I CDR Griffin had been VA-44
A. Yes. This situation sometimes occurs when a supervisor i is pennant, demonstrates her Barrow as commanding officerof executive officer since July 1961.
paid under the Classification Act and his employees are paid at grace and poise by balancing a Attack Squadron Forty Fouron He was relieved as executive
wage-board rates. The proposal would authorize raising his pay tear of glasses. It's part of her Tuesday Luthur H. Elliott.
April 17. The changeof officer by CDR
to any rate of his grade necessary to make his salary higher than training as one of the attrac-
tions of an exclusive club for ceremonies were CDR Barrow will report to the
the pay of his employees. college alumni. held In Hangar 116. USS Forrestal as navigator.19.Apri11962.

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19 April 1962 JAX_ AIR NEWS Page 3

Calhoun Gets NX Patrons Are Thomas Selected

'Personality' At

'Sailor Of The Credited With

Supply DepartmentSelected

Month' AwardBerry Area CleanlinessThe as "Supply Personality -
of the Month" for March was

D. Calhoun, SN, of theChaplain's Nary Exchange Officer K:. John M. Thomas, Acting Super-
Office has been named has expressed his sincere apprec visor of the Issue Section of Con-

"Sailor of the Month" for the iation to Exchange patrons for trol Division at the Supply De-
Naval Air Station for March and their cooperation in maintainingthe partment. Captain John D. Sulli-
check for of van, Supply Officer, presented the
presented a $50 by cleanliness Nary Exchange
I ::
Captain James R. Compton, NAS facilities and the area surround : award.
Commanding Officer. Wi..l. J..L Ing them here at HAS Jax. "Thomas has only been in Fed-
He also received an all-ex- /.' }'A+1F'.L iuISUPPLY eral Civil Service since November
pense-paid weekend liberty and OUTSTANDING BLUEJAC The NX officials hare taken 1961, but has proved his abilityin

tour in St. Augustine throughthe KET-Barry Calhoun. SN of steps recently to Improve the many areas of work and has
the NAS Chaplains Office, has area and now feel that the suc been highly successful in his
courtesy of the USO in rec-
been named as "Sailor of theMonth" cess of this effort Is due mainlyto PERSONLITY daily contacts with Fleet and
of his selection.
for March. He was the cooperation of patrons who John M. Thomas, Acting Sup civilian personnel here at Jack-
Calhoun was named for the presented a check for $50 by
ervisor of Issue Section. Con.
CAPT James R. Compton NAS place trash, empty bottles, cigarette sonville and at other activities,"
award because of his "high mor- .
Commanding Officer, butts and the like in the trol Division, Supply Department read the award.
al standards and steadfast devo-
proper containers.It proudly displays his The award also stated that
tion to duty." According to the the Chapel. scale model F9F-8T GrummanJet
Thomas in his
present assign-
letter of The letter also went to is that NX
accompanying commen- on say hoped patrons which he received along
ment as Acting Supervisor of Issue
dation, he was credited with that Calhoun is "neat in appear- will continue to assist the Ex. with a letter of commendationon Section, has made consider--

working for two months withouta ance, thoroughly dependable, intelligent hangs in making its areas clean being selected as "Supply able improvement in work
day off, often late into the and extremely courteous "nd pleasant places to shop, the Personality" for the month of and scheduling in ord-assignments -
evening, assisting with groups at in dealing with the public." Exchange officer concluded. March. obtain
er to maximum product-
ivity while maintaining high
morale in the Section.

\ Thomas, a native Floridianand
:, r
S "Lti'k graduate of Robert E. Lee

High School, served almost 24
-" -I years in the Navy prior to beginning -
his Civil Service career.
His last naval assignment was
at NAS Jax as assistant to the

Commissary Officer.
In addition, Thomas was also
presented a scale model of the

Grumman F9F-8T jet, through the
courtesy of the Grumman Air-

i craft Corp., and their local repre-

sentative, as a memento of the oc-

.1 .__ -

Polaris Training
wdt, +'YctYfr

1 r
+ Jv. Facilities Being

Expanded In Va.

y. The Navy is now expandingits
Polaris training facilities at
! the Fleet Anti-Air Warfare

Training Center, Dam Neck, Va.,
at a cost of some $1 million.
The contract for constructionof

a second classroom buildinghas
been signed with completion
4 { xIL ti scheduled in about a year.
; The facility now trains elect-

ronic and fire control technicians,

guided missilemen, torpedomenand
quartermasters for the Pol-
aris program. Men are also train
:? ed there in the navigation, fire
control, missile and launchingsub
systems of the Polaris wea-

pons system.No .

i n .5' %: ''t / ''fY 1 r/ new schools are planned at
Dam Neck, it was reported.


RADM CrumpackerVisits

; 'w f fd o m
ya' f a f Here TodayRADM

John W. Crumpacker,
> i iI
Chief, Bureau of Supplies and
Accounts is visiting the Naval
yj---j! f !fa ,J'df tilt vi h i.. .: %% !' Air Station today to speak to
yl.'t. #5.,.yr 1:::: ..'_'....:if.. _jfjt.s .._- '_'V" -----p-' '- .". : 1 ? I
1 two local groups.At .
BOOK WORMS?-No, they are part of the collection of world famous reptile authority Ross Allen which highlighted attractions
on the program al the Maintide Library last week during observance of National Library Week. Allen (left top left photo. noon today,Admiral Crum-
was introduced to Library visitors to the show by LCDR C. A. Hooper Jr. NAS Special Services Officer. The duo discussed packer addressed members of
shaped boat paddel, part of Allen's display there, which is used by Amazon tribesmen from the area in South American where some the Jacksonville Chapter 40 of
of Allen's specimens come from. LCDR Hooper accompanied AI en to the Amazon on one of his trips there. In the photo at top the Armed
right Allen holds up a deadly diamond-back rattler for the Jax Air News photographer during a portion of the show in which some Management
25 of the hissing striking reptiles slithered about the enclosure.' Medics have warned Allen that another bit by one of the deadly Association at the Officers Club.
poisonous reptiles could prove fatal. In a less dangerous handling act Allen and his Seminole Indian assistant, Johnny Buck, displayed Us topic will 'Techniques of
several different non-poisonous species of the reptiles which wound themselves around both mens' arms and one another in Inventory Management".
the photo at bottom left. Climaxing the reptile act Allen with the assistance of Johnny Buck, demonstrated to the audience how the
poiosonous venom is "milked" from the fangs of the rattlers In the bottom right photo. Other attractions on the weeklong program At 0800 this morning he ad-
included a display of Civil War books and photos with comments by Howard P. Wright, genealogist at the Jax Public Library whois dressed area Supply Corps offi-
the only living son of a Confederate general. Color slide presentations and displays of souvenirs from countries in which they cers In the office of the NAS
have traveled were presented by personnel of VFP-62 and VF-11, including commentaries by squadron personnel, both at the Main-
side and NATTU Library. The Naval Hospital Library set up two interesting displays, one a group of new books on "Moulders Of Supply Officer, Captain John D.
The Modern Mind," and another section on Space and Space Travel. Sullivan.

4 JAX AIR NEWS 19 April 1962

z Servicemen Asked To Star In

in {

'Next Day In The Morning'

4r Servicemen who aspire to the stage are being given an

i \ &iLit opportunity to perform in "Next Day In The Morning", a

stage production to be presented at the Jacksonville Coli-

seum May 1-17 in conjunction with the Ribault Quadricen-

: tennial Celebration.The .
producers have announcedthat

personnel are needed to on May 1, 1562, and the subse-

3 M # play the parts of Indians, Span- quent events which led to the

ish Soldiers and French Huge- establishment of Fort Caroline in

nots, and servicemen are encouraged 1564.

to apply.Jacksonville's "Next Day In The Morning,"

{ Ribault 'Quadri- which will feature an alllocalcast

centennial Celebration commemorates is an imposing drama writ-

#} the 400th anniversary of Kermit Hunter
ten by noted author -
?}, the landing Jean Ribault at
especially for the occasion.Hunter's .
the mouth of the St. Johns RiverCatholicChaPplain
drama unfolds with
rT .,.}: 'v. ,,
the, lavish spectacle and emo-

. -' d.wtia tional intrigue that characterizedthe

16th Century power strugglein
. .
Europe. The elaborate stage is
1000th DONOR-LCDR Laudie E. McHenry (on table), became the lOOOih blood donor at,the Announces Holy
Hospital Blood Donor Center on Tuesday, April 10, setting a record of sorts since he was also one of the largest ever con-
the first donor there when the Center opened on April 12, 1961. Present to witness the record structed. It presents, with bril-

making donation were (left to right), CAPT J. M. Hanner, Hospital Commanding Officer Robert Week ServicesThe liant lighting effects, a panoramic -
J. Hamalle, HMC; LCDR Clara A. Otis OinC Blood Center; LT James F. Donovan and LCDR view of the gilt-edged courtsof
Thomas Hantney. Drawing the blood donation is Richard W. Almos, HM2. NAS Catholic Chaplainhas
France, England and Spain,
announced that the follow- the green landscape of Florida,

Indemnity HealthRepesentative F FLEET ing services will be conducted at and the vivid characters that
II' St. Edward's Chapel and the shaped the destiny of both.
Naval Hospital Chapel duringthe
To I Two hundreds players will
Violation RecordThe remainder of Holy Week.
bring history to life in lavish
Branch 126, Fleet Reserve As- High Mass will be celebratedthis costumes in "Next Day In The

following is a report of Visit Here May 2 sociation will hold its regular afternoon at 1700, followedby Morning."

motor vehicle accidents and monthly meeting tonight, April Adoration of the Blessed
traffic violations for the Sacrament beginning at 1800 Evening performances will be
per- Employees who are enrolled 19, at 2000 in the Branch Meet-
iod 8-15 and continuing through 1400 Friday held nightly, except Monday, at
April : under the Government-Wide Indemnity ing Hall at 4530 120th St., Yu- -
kon Fla.Members. Holy Hour will be held 2000, from May 1 through 17.
Benefit Health Plan, ,
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis from 1930 to 2030. Matinee performances are set for
sponsored by the Aetna Insurance are urged to attend
week 6
Sunday, May 6 and 13 at 1430.
On Good
Friday, April ,
Total 15 59 Company, are and bring along an eligible
through April
Personnel interested in parti-
Stations of the Cross will beginat
Total for 1961 ,. 73 W. Moore, supervisorof friend.
April cipating in the stage play are
the Group Claim Department, 1430, followed by Liturgy of
Further information be asked to contact Maurice Jeof-
may Good Friday at 1500.
NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE will visit NAS Jax on Wednes-
2. obtained by calling Branch Pre- Easter Blessings will be givenat forey by phone at 355-4636. Next
sident Walter IL Johnson at 1900 on Holy Saturday, April rehearsal for the play is .sche-

ACCIDENT INJURY .107 The purpose of his visit is to EV 4-6635 or NAS Ext. 8472. 21, with confessions being heard duled for 1400, April 21, at the
assist employees with claims un- ,
e Hotel.
from 1900 to 2100. Mayflower
der the Plan and to
week .........48 which answer have any Are you dedicated to the prin- I Easter Sunday Masses will be Tickets for "Next Day In The

Speeding .. .... ... 5 questions they may ciples that made your countryfree held at the Naval Hospital Chapel Morning" will go on sale at NAS
pertaining to coverage.
Reckless Driving .. 5 ? at 0630 and at St. Edward's Special Services, Bldg. 704, soon

Running Stop Sign ..... ...... 3 Employees who are experiencing ; We all know the Declarationof Chapel at 0900 and 1200. at reduced prices.Page .
difficulty in processing claims
Others ... .. 35 Independence contains the
through the Plan, or who have
of democratic faith.
essence our
questions which they wish ans- ,
drivers w
Forty-five appeared
But do we know that loyalty, y
wered, are asked to either for-
before the Traffic Hearing
protection, and service to the
Board on April 16 with dis- ward the information or ques-
American people, the U. S. Navy,
tions to the Employee Services
position of cases as follows:
and to one another, is the pro-
Eight lost driving and parking Division, Industrial Relations De- -
mise of all members of the Fleet :
privileges aboard the Stationfor partment, or call Raymond B. Reserve Association? 2 :

various periods; two were Datres, Ext. 8652, prior to May tr
assigned to remedial driving 2. This organization, composed of >

received I more than 50,000 career Navy
courses; 29 suspended
'< and Marine Corps members, con-
penalties; eight were given
four dismissedand tinually stresses Americanism.The .
warnings; were Classified:
two referred to commanding \ r. FRA wants to instill and

officers for possible dis- ., .. .. rekindle the spirit of patriotismand

ciplinary action. For Sale love for the flag of our

Lake Shore-2 bdrm, pan den, gar, country in our citizens to help -
Most states have a rule that by owner; EV 4-2582. combat communism. For this

vehicles shall keep to the right Owner Tram-$165 for equity, sty & reason, May 1, 1962, will mark
refrig, 4 bdrm, 2 bath, util I rm, VA the FRA's annual kick-off of
side "outer lane" of
$84.66 per mo; 388-9863 before 1200.
the highway except when Ortega Hills-4 bdrm, 2 bath, gar, "Operation Red, White, and
passing another vehicle. Thisis patio, avail May 15; EV 7-5437. Blue," to encourage American

excellent advice, becauseit For Rent citizens to purchase and displaythe

leaves plenty of room for Weiconnett Area-unfurn, 2 bdrm, fireplace American flag on all national -

the unobstructed and sale 7 rmt, $95 per mo, gar apt in and patriotic holidays.

passing of other vehicles. it rear; 771-0739.' Members of Yukon Branch 126
Unfurn-3 bdrm, $85 per mOl SP ,
greatly increases the capacityof 13501. FRA Board of Directors will

the highway. Whether you Furn Rm-Kitntte, $35 per mOl EV make the flag set which includesa : ,

drive slow or fast, you can 84235. 3' by 5' cotton 50-star all-wea- >
Lake Shore-forn apt, util, $50 per fl* ) (
proceed at cruising C :
your pace .N
mOl EV 9-4275. ther flag, with a 6' telscope pole

with pleasure and safety. Your Cedar Hills-3 bdrm, 2 bath, kit equip, topped with gold fixture, mount- ., .. .. ..' .i;: z'
hazard of head-on collision sep din rm, $100 per mOl EV 7-3909 ing bracket and screws, halyards, >, ; }; ; ?? ::-. cF'7. "} 'yKV :iY-i; : :}
{?k :, :": }
>i :: 4 .}
with vehicles in opposite after 1700. y { f.;. $; .4. :.y.{'
and Flag Display brochure avail- : + d ;av 3 }
} \ a
traffic lanes is greatly re- Lake Shore-forn, 2 bdrmt, gar, $75 \y h 2}.yy :.Kr y. Lf'
to at substantial
per mOl RA 4-8382 after 1700. everyone ; :}S 'rs'h S
duced. Unfurn-3 bdrm, tile bath, carport, savings during "Operation Red, }ix.. x ,* % )
util rm; SP .1-4155, 16001800. White, and Blue." .
The reckless driver who Mill! Fern Pref-unfurn 4 rm bee, r.- Xy'fir,:;: > .t. }': %if.' :>:}?:::::.:{:r < .? : : f: :, }<;
weaves in and out at high decor, util, $55 per mOl EV 89886. Pete J. Kozar is Chairman of >:} r

speed has little opportunity.By Furn Apt-2 bdrm, redecor, no childor the National Memorial Day Com- .
driving on the righthandside pets, $55 per mo, util; EV 8-9886. mittee and is in charge of this ;# alc' .asaatwtw,+yhiioxio'osc.c; .cm
Thit V That EGG-CITED WINNERS-Diane Kali and Vincent Melander .
of the highway the glareof operation. He be
may reached at members of the Primary Department, All Saint's Chapel
oncoming headlights is Riders Wanted-2, vie of King & Park EV 9-5159 for orders. Sunday School, were the excited winners of huge chocolate
to NAS, 0730-1600 I. l. Guess, Ext.
greatly reduced.ACCIDENTS 8160. ; Easter eggs at the group's egg hunt on the Chapel grounds last

SHOULD GO Wanted-car pool, Netpune Beach to Saturday. Diane won among the girl, finding 15 of the eggs
ON VACATIONS. TOO NAS, before April 27; Kay Wright, Ext. Clive: "Tell me, what becameof that take make the up the huge pile before them. Vincent found 19 to
boys Jhle Some 10 children participated in the huntwith
BUT DON'T TAKE THEM 8651 or 3876826. your ethics?"
Riders I the eggs being divided among them afterward. Both
Wanted-Murray Hill, Avondale,
ALONG WITH YOU. Lester "Oh parents and children are urged to participate in similar
St. John Park, 0800-1630; Grace Caldwell : I traded for a Chapel
I activities. For Further information
contact the
Hudthon. Chapel Office
EV 9-8176 after 1700.
Ext 425, or Mrs. H. D. Lawrence, EV 72675.

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19 April 1962 JAX AIR NEWS P. 5


:r* k NEWS


; 5' Henson, Meadows

'k In 10-lnning Duel

v Ji q ?
In what might be the highlight game of the season's race
for top honors in the IM American League Softball race,
Iron Man leaders, VA-44 and VAP-62, picked up their bats
last Friday afternoon and met on the field of battle -
: ;;i:; both teams proving their worth. _
The hard fought, 10inningcontest
resulted in victory for

Hobby Shop Holds VA-44, however, when the Hor-

. .. : net's centerfielder, Chuck Isner
> - f ff -r> v.vv v ff v.r-> f>v.sv>>SV.w'Svw ViVi \XvXXvX: *K'WswN'W
WARMING UP HIS ARM-RADM Joseph M. Canon. ComFairJax-ComNabSix. (left), warms singled to left and continued on
up hit pitching arm before throwing out the first ball to commence the 1962 Navy-Jax-Ortega Lit- House' TourNAS to third base on an overthrow to
tie League Season here at Blue Angel Park last Saturday. Over 300 boys. 8 to 12 yean of age 'Open
paraded onto the Park In their colorful uniforms before beginning the opening game In which second from the plate. Then,
each of the eight major league clubs played one Inning of a four-inning game. Special Services will hostan the score standing 1-1, one man
"open house" this evening, out, and one man on base, Hor-
April 19, at the Hobby Shop net third baseman Ron Holcomb
Suns Open Season IQ .. IRfsZ:1: during. the hours 1900-2100. stepped up and cut loose with a
Subjects of interest will include stinging line drive to center field,

Carpentry, Automotive, opening the victory door for Isn-

rip eBaseball ComesTo 1. What former serviceman Ceramic, Model, Leather, Hand- er.

garnered the 1960 Olympics pole bag and Costume Jewelry. Both pitchers who started the

vault crown? Highlight of the evening event game finished the game Jim
Jax Next 2. Which of the service aca- will be a leather-work lecture, Henson of VA-44 and Ray Mea-
WednesdayJacksonville and demonstration given
demies won the 1961 national indoor movies dows of the photo squadron. Con-
college pistol team cham- by Mrs. Viola Smith of Tandy'sLeather trol, on both men's part, was un-
pionship? Supply in Jacksonville. surpassed. Henson allowed seven
goes big time in baseball on April 25.That's .
hits and only two free bases'while
3. Name the five events that
the that baseball
day Triple-A officially
Meadows gave only auahits
the Gateway City as the Jacksonville Suns open their make up the pentathlon. Golf Team and walked three batters. \
1962 International League season against the Syracuse Chiefsat 4. Who led the National 1
1930 at the spacious Jacksonville Ball Park. League in runs batted in duringthe There will now be a rest period '

, Pre-game ceremonies, which 1961 season? Sought For before these two teams meet
will include the unveiling of the Don Bessent, Danny Jiminez,Jose I 5. If a professional boxei r again. The schedule shows them
new fancy Scoreboard, will be at Lopez, Fancis Smith, Art Kay, weighs 118 pounds, what weight getting at it on May 12 after the
1900. Louis Tiant, Joe Shaffernoth, Dan classification would he fight in? IM PlayoffThe two leagues have begun their second -

Excitement has been high ever Tyriver, Sonny Siebert, and ANSWERS round in the IM Softball

since it was announced that the Steve Hamilton. Backstoppers include .;g2laMweueg{ : "5 search is on for one more hassel. -
Suns, a farm club of the Cleve- Valmy Thomas, Allen team to be entered in the Spring
land Indians, would be Jack Jones, Adolpho Suarez and Ev- 1961 IM Golf play here at NAS. To
infield call 3ujnp| uj p3neq sum ztl; WM{ date 14 teams have listed rost-
sonville's entry in the Triple-A erett Cruz. The can IM Softball
'IN 31U{ pat ueD! 03SI3UBJJOPUBJJQ: :
circuit. The International on such talented performers as ers: Marines, O&R, VP:30 ,
other Triple-A leagues, ,is as justa are Chester Boak, Ken Kuhn, Ray ueS 3Ml{ J epad3; .t "A" and "B", AF679th, Hospital"A"

phone call away from the ma- Barker, Larry Brown, Casey Wise 'SJ3J3UI QOS'I pue SJ3J3UI 002 and "B", VP-5, Supply,Com- ResultsThe
'UH3Aer 'sn:>sIP 'dumf peoJg 'C FairJax A/C Maint,
jors. Thus, Jax fans will be ableto and Tony Martinez. Roaming the VA-44,
see former major leagues try- outfield for the Suns will be sjuiodSnOJJOptA OZt'I tHM{ FAW-11, and VP-16. Each team Hornets of VA-44 took the

ing for a comeback, establishedpros Tony Curry, Duke Carmel, Larry SUM JUIOJ! ;saM'Z consists of six players. American League lead in the IMF
back in the minors for more Novak, Ultiz Alverez, Dan More- .gaul{: t{ t33! The opening date has been set Softball race this last week;
seasoning and the players of tom- jon, Vic Davalillo and Mario -auo pue g ';aal SI Vs JeqssoJ: for April 23, with all teams sporting a 4-0 record, while the
orrow standing right next door to Zombrano. aq{; J3AO panes aq{ uaqM{ 0961 being divided into two leagues. National League is equally head''

major league stardom. uj pjoaaj: ;DidutXjo! stuHUB us ed by NARTU. t

The Suns, skippered by Ben ;as 33Big uoa Jajpios-xg! : This is how 'the two leagues

Geraghty, will be at home for IN Track Field ,y ., ,,''' Golfers Or Duffers? shaped up at the end of Mondaynight's
>X': ;" <:; \
their first 15 games of the season. : h : play:
They open with a three-game I; '0 ,/: /:1- 'i NATIONAL AMERICAN

series against Syracuse set for Meet :Set April 25 i t, '>'1)\1\) ,,,: Next Week Will TellTwo LEAGUE LEAGUE
April 25, 26 and 27; followedby }/.I,,. Tans W L Tesm W L
a four-game set with Rochester Individuals and unit teams : 5.I > leagues of IM golfers will NARTU 4 0 VA-404 4 0

including a double-header on have been working out on the 't' meet at the NAS golf course AF679th Admin 3 3 1 1 Marines VAP-62 3 3 2 1
April 28 and single games on the grounds here at NAS in prepar- k next week to play off for top A/C Mlint 3 1 Supply 3 2
29th and 30th. Toronto comes to ation for the Spring IM Track I honors in the golf category of VP.741 3 2 Public Wk. 2 1
Jax beginning May 1 for a four- and Field Meet, a one-day, one- ; the Iron Man program. ComFalrJex 1 1 VP.16 2 3
game series, followed by another hour event taking place at 1400 .. Leading the American League VP.30 COM Mess 1 1"2 Dispensary VP.18 1 1 2 2

four-game set-to with Buffalo next Wednesday, April 25. schedule on the front nine, Mon- VU.10 0 4 FAETU 1 3

beginning with a doubleheaderon Eight commands, Operations, day, April 25, at 1430, will be Hospital 0" FAW.11 0"
May 5 and single games on Admin, Marines, MARTD, VAP62 VA-44 vs VP-5. They will be
May 6 and 7. followed at 1500 by VP-30 "B"
VA-44, AF 679th, and VP-
Tickets for all Sun's home 30, have registered competitors.The pitted against Hospital "A". On JOWLINGjThe
games are now on sale at the the back nine at 1430, it i will be
NAS Jax Special Services Of- day's program includes, VP-16 against Supply with A/C
fice, Building 704, at reduced in the Field events, the running Maint and FAW-11 swinging at only thing that's been
rates for servicemen; reserved high jump, the running broad 1500. total; wins of last week's winners.
seats in the grandstand go for jump, and throwing the 12- '{ The National League play will ing score is the averages and
pound shot-put. For the Track 'Ill iPl' total wins of last week's winners.
$1.35; general admission in the begin at 1430 on Thursday, April
grandstand sell for $1.00; while events, runners will compete in UP AND OVER-Ex-Marine 26, with O&R against ComFairJaxon Spade Aces remains leader of
the 100-yard, 220yard and 440- John Ueluei becomes the fint
the front nine followed
bleacher seats priced at 75 by
are with 30
the American League
in history to clear 16 feet
dashes and the medley re- man
cents. A special price of $2.50 yard vault eventas Hospital "B" vs AF679th at 1500.
in an outdoor pole wins, 10 losses and a 750 average;
has been made for a grandstand lay.The he loan over a 16 foot three On the back nine at 1500, VP-30 ;i
ticket covering all three opening winning unit will be cre- quarter inch high bar at the "A" will meet the Marines. Supply "A", standing 28-8 with'a !
games with Syracuse.The dited with 500 points toward the Santa Barbara Easter Relays.Uelses 778 average, heads the Na-jt i
also holds the indoor t
Iron Man Trophy.All tional League.
Jacksonville Suns are world mark of 16 feet one
loaded with talent. Their pitch- events will be held on the quarter inch. The muscular Professor: "Students, becauseI And, in the Continental League t 4
ing staff includes Ted Aber- Station's track field located two athlete almost cleared 16 feet am dismissing you 10 minutes with ,a high average of
inches but the bar
nathy, Reuben Gomez, Art Cec- blocks South of Birmingham and barely touched by his foot and early, please leave quietly so as ,and 26 wins against six 8t3.1; [
not to wake the other classes." is the Hornets team. (
carelli, Ken Lehman, Hal Griggs, Allegheny streets. ; fell to the sawdust pit.

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6 JAX AIR NEWS 19 April 1962

Florida Sector Command Ct ," .: ... ____

Small Unit With Large Job

Although the latest military headquarters to come

aboard NAS Jax is small, it has a big responsibility.The .
Florida Sector Command commanded by ColonelC.

W. Powell directs and supervises the training and administration -

of all individual reservists and U.S. Army Reserve

units In the State of Florida. _

More than 5,700 active duty

Army personnel, reservists and Release Plans

conducting civilian employees its management are utilized in of ? ; : -\t: ; c

nearly 100 reserve units which For Reservists

include troop units reinforce-

ment training units, U.S. Army

Reserve Schools and mobilization -
designees. Its subsector Given By CNO

commands which in turn have

subordinate units in several cities The Chief of Naval Opera-

in their areas, are locatedin tions notified all Naval commands -

Jacksonville Orlando, St. Pet- concerned this week of TRAP" COORDINATION-Cloie coordination between members of NAS Jax-based NAMTG
ersburg, Miami and Tallahassee. plans for release of involun- Det. 1085 and members of Cecil Field-baied VA-12 hat been predominant for the past two weeks
Facilities for Florida reservists recalled reservists and during Operation Trap in which extensive firing and training evaluation of the air-to-ground
t tarily "Bullpup" missile has been carried out at the Pinecaslle target in the Lake George Area. Here L.N.
include 14 modern, wellequipped reassignment of ships and Settle AOC, Det. 1085, (center); LTJG J. G. Webber VA-12 Ordnance Officer (left), and LTJG N.
masonry and steel armoriesas squadrons to their Naval Re- Rudder Assistant Maintenance Officer VA12. discuss a point during the operation which is being
reserve centers, plus a score serve training status. conducted under the supervision of CDR R. C. Thatcher, BuWeps Bullpup Project Officer who ii
of leased buildings in which reservists The message noted the fact in charge of research, development, test and evaluation of the missile. VA-12 is one of only two
squadrons in the Navy selected to conduct the tests. NAMTG Det. 10 conducts instruction on the
are also trained. that the President announced
missile locally as part of its training program.
The Command's reserve cen- plans on April 11 to release Involuntarily -

ters, two of which are still under recalled reserve per-
construction, were erected at sonnel in August 1962 "unless Memorial DayDedication Accident Rate Tanganyika Post

a cost of some $3,892,000 and, there is a serious deteriorationin
Increase Viewed, Is Offered
along with an annual payroll of the international situation in' Tomo's

more than $3,267,000 and costs the meantime" and announced Set With ConcernThe

of locally purchased supplies and plans to be implemented at a' WorsowiczDominic

maintenance, add a definite asset future date. I' NAS Commanding Of-
to the economy of the state. The plan set August 1 as the For 'Arizona'With ficer views with concern the Worsowicz, head of

The Army build-up last fall release date for involuntarily! current increase of motor vehicle the Wage and Classification DIvision -

sent a substantial percentage of recalled Naval Reservists and its dedication ceremoniesset accidents and speeding Industrial Relations Department -

the Command's U.S. Army Reserve reassignment of the 40 DD/DE for Memorial Day, May 30, infractions involving both here at NAS Jax, has
units into the field vessels and military and civilian person- received an inquiry from the
on active VP/VS squadronsto and work still underway to rushit
duty and the high quality their former reserve training to completion, the Arizona nel aboard the Station and on Institute of International Educa-
of these the public highways.In tion as to his availability for a
performance has
troops status, reestablishing former Memorial, spanning the battle-
been a source of much satisfac- Naval Reserve training amdlnis- ship sunk at Pearl Harbor on this connection, Duval special assignment to the gov-

$ion and pride to all those con- tration organizations. December 7, 1941, is already attracting County and State authorities, ernment of Tanganyika. His
nected with the Army Reserve Recalled ships, the message hundreds of visitors daily. as well as the Station Police, name was referred to' the Institute !-

program, it is reported.Uflderseretary said, will be sailed to arrive at are tightening enforcement by the Civil Service Com
their original home ports. two Final phase of the half million procedures against speeders.All mission.

weeks prior to release date. The project includes the installationof hands are asked to assist The assignment is to be part

Visits three VP/VS squadrons which a marble wall bearing the in every way possible to of a special unit for the Prime

were moved on recall will move names of the 1,176 officers and alleviate this deplorable con- Minister's office which will con-

back to their original duty stations men aboard the ship who died dition since the real solutionto cern itself with initiating and

Tours Jax Navy Area four weeks prior to their in the attack that touched off this harmful problem rests expediting programs aimed at

release date, with the exceptionof U.S. entry into World War II. with each individual. the rapid development of Afri-

H Undersecretary of the Navy VP-661 which will move to The memorial will also can manpower within the gov-
commemorate -
$?aul B. Fay arrived at NAS Jax NAF Andrews AFB, Calif., instead all U.S. servicemenwho Polaris ernment establishment. This unit
;yesterday morning. His visit was of NAS Anacostia. their lives what Building will include training experts and
gave on
for the of addressingthe Also home and job analysts whose task will be
purpose ports perma- President Franklin D. Roosevelt Contracts Given
Jacksonville Council of the nent duty stations of ships and called "the day that will live a crash program of job break-
Navy League last night at the squadrons that were changed in infamy." For CanaveralTwo down and job training in a wide

Officers Club at NAS Cecil Field. upon recall will be reassigned Florida firms have been variety of fields within the entire -

Following his arrival, he attended effective June 30, in view of The memorial has a large awarded contracts government establishment.
totaling $762-
a luncheon given in his I budgetary considerations, the ceremonial area accomodating Tanganyika has recently been
388 for construction of a two-
honor at the Officers Club here. message concluded. 200 visitors, a museum housing granted its independence and the
story missile checkout building,
Before going to Cecil Field, Sec- mememtoes of the Arizona and shortage of trained African per-
a guided missile instrument
retary Fay sat in on briefingsand her crew and appropriate facil- sonnel in Tanganyika is severein
cable cable terminal
building, a
presentations by ComFairJaxand MOVIES ities for religious services. Its the extreme. The special unit
building and a comfort stationat
NAS Jax and was conductedon construction was made possible organized to cope with this prob-
a tour of the Naval Air Sta- by public donations to the Pacific Cape Canaveral for use in lem is being jointly supported by
Thursday, April 19 connection with the Navy's Polaris the of
War Memorial Commission. government Tanganyika,
tion.His Mainside Panda And The missile program.
last night at the United Kingdom, and the
appearance Magic Serpent, 1900 only. The missile checkout building,
Ford Foundation. It will be
composed -
Cecil Field was the occasion of NATTUnit-Two Little Bears,
NATTUnit Incident In The a concrete block structure to
of Africans British
the 'Jax Navy Leaguers annual 1900 only. and
meeting. Alley, 1900 only. contain 10,070 square feet of Americans. The position con-
I Hospital-Thunder Road, 1900 Hospital-Tomboy And The psace, will be equipped with cerned would
require a stay
This morning Secretary Fay, Champ, 1900 only.Tuesday. and
only. heating, air-conditioning a
period of two with sal-
who years
was a member of the torpedo
boat squadron in which Friday. April 20 April 24 three-ton overhead crane. Work ary free of tax.Worsowicz .
Mainside The Bashful Elephant Mainside-Teacher's Pet, 1900 will begin immediately, it was is considering whe-
President Kennedy served
another briefing sessionat attended 1900 only.NATTUnitPanda. only. reported, with completion set for ther or not he will accept the
And The NATTUnit Lost Battalion, October 1. position.
Cecil Field and
one at Naval Magic Serpent, 1900 only. 190 Oonly. All of the other buildings will -
Station Mayport. He also viewed
Hospital-Incident In The Alley Hospital-Two Little Bears, also be constructed of concrete SNAFU
the Jax
Navy via
complex an 1900 only. 1900 only. block and have a combined area
aerial tour before for M
leaving 21 of 11,280 square feet. The Instrument -
Washington just before noon to- Saturday April Wednesday. April 25 >
day. Mainside-Tomboy And The Mainside-Saintly Sinners, 1900 cable building, largestof
Champ, 1900 only. the three, will contain 10,800
Secretary Fay four
yearson feet of area, heating and
NATTUnit-The Bashful Ele- squae
I Pet
active 1900
Navy duty during i
World War II and was a mem- phant, 1400 and 1900. only. airconditioning.The .

ber of the Naval Reserve (inactive Hospital-Panda And The Ma- Hospital-Lost Battalion, 1900 two smaller structures
) until 1954.Assessmenfs. gic Serpent, 1900 only. only. must be completed by May 15
Sunday, April 22 and the cable building by Sep-

Mainside-Two Little Bears, An optimist and a pessimistwere tember 30.MARINE.

Due 1400 and 1900.NATrUn1tTomboy. shipwrecked and in time '

The And The their raft came within sight ofa ,WIVES MEETINGThe {
Employees' Mutual I ( ti
Champ, 1400 and 1900. tropical island. Expecting the bimonthly, social meetingof .
Death Benefit Society has advised Hospital The Bashful Elephant -' worst, the pessimist said, 'Til bet. the Enlisted Marine Wives '4 f) : '

members that Assessments 1900 only.Monday its inhabited by wild men." Club will be held Monday, April .....;:

184 and 185 are now April 23 "Cheer up, pal," said his com 23, at 2000 at the home of Mrs. 4jEfc SEA GQEKT perry ..

..due and payable by April 24. Mainside-Lost Battalion, 1900 panion. "Where there are wild John E. Dieter Jr., 7999 Cecil St., OFFICER IP HE'D UNWIND
only. men there are wild women." in Normandy Village. AND SENPA LITTLE rPaao