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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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January 10, 1962


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I Largest EverW&R

JflX Fund Budge ,

Near Half MillionThe

Vol. 20 No. 41 U. S. NAS Jacksonville Florida 10 January 1963 I largest Welfare and Recreation Budget ever ap-

proved at NAS Jax has been given to the W&R Council.

.\:; h : The budget of $423,655 was presented by William R. Fitch,
W! NAS Special Services Officer in December.

: .. ..... .,. _. INCLUDED IN THE BUDGET ful that they will afford All
: : are the annual allocations for the
Hands a greater outlet for their
operation of the bowling alley,
talents and recreational inter-
(4 swimming pools, libraries, lounges ests," he concluded.
golf course, movies and the
varsity and intramural sports

programs. More Squadrons

Special emphasis has been placed

on improving facilities and Recognized For

enlarging the area utilized by

the Hobby Shop. Additional su-
tL's DonationsSeveral
pervisors have been contractedby

the Special Services Officer units and squadrons -

thus enabling the Hobby Shopto under the banner of

remain open seven days a Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville -

week, Upon completion of an en- were inadvertantly

gineering study of the area, an left off the list of those who

extensive expansion program will went over the top in the Com-

be initiated. Estimated cost of munity Chest United Fund

the expansion is $18,000. drive, figures for which were

Other special projects to be revealed in the December 20

} undertaken by Special Servicesare issue of Jax Air News.
The contribution attrib-
: resurfacing of the two ten- $6500
uted to the carrier Franklin D. .
AU'iO bHOP PROPOSALS-Studying th, blueprint proposals for enlarging the facilitiesof nis courts on Yorktown Rd.; cov- Roosevelt also included the do-
the Auto Hobby Shop as provided by the largest budget ever approved here at NAS Jax for welfare ering of the cooking area at the
and recreation functions are (L to R.) William R. Fitch, Special Services Officer Lt. (jg) Skeet Club, renovation of the nation made by Carrier Air
R. J. O'Neill of VAP-62, assistant in budget preparation Cdr. Walter S. Schub, NAS XO and track and field located south of Group One, presently deployed
Senior member of the W&R Council and (foreground) Marine Maj. Malcolm A. Hill, representative aboard the Roosevelt. Squadrons
from NATTU. Plans are to lengthen the working space by some 50 feet and to erect shelter. the NATTUnit gas station; and attached to CVG-1 include VF-11.
ed mechanic stalls. improved lighting at the night
VF-14, VA-15, VA-12 and VA-172.
softball field on Yorktown Rd.

Navy Relief Plans Credit Union Annual THE PICNIC GROUNDS at over Also the to be top recognized are Carrier as going Air

Lake Casa Linda will be im-
Group three staff, with a contri-
4 Week Course proved in time for Spring use, it bution of $100; VA-34 $427; VA-

Meeting Is Next Fri. was said. 36, $394; VA-44, $1617; and Car-

For "0" WivesA "Increased patronage of all of rier Air Group 13 Staff, $125.
The Annu t-Meeting of the Jax Navy Federal Credit the Navy Exchange facilities has Although CVG-13 was deacti-

four week training course I Union will be held at 1930, Friday, January 18 at King Hall. been responsible for the increased vated before the drive was con-

revenue available for Welfare and cluded, VF-132, VA-133 and VA-
for Navy Relief volunteer
workers will be held aboard Guest speaker at the meetingwill VP-18 One of 7 Recreation activities," it was 134 along with the staff never-

the station from Monday, I be James T. Coats, Regional stated by Commander W. J, less maintained the spirit of giv-

February 4 through Friday, Director, Bureau of Federal Cre- Units To Receive Schub, NAS Executive Officer. ing, even though they were not

March 1. dit Unions of Atlanta, Ga. "Only the continued support of I required to do so.
the personnel stationed here at The addition of the above units
Miss Francina Stonesipher, THE PURPOSE OF THE meet-
Relief Field Isbell TrophiesFour the Naval Air Station can make and squadrons brings to 21 of 23
Navy Representative,
ing is to elect officers to serve as ''
the Welfare and Recreation pro- units under ComFairJax which
will present the course. It is de-
Pacific Fleet 'I
and three
representatives of the member effective it is. the the CC-
gram as as Pro- went over top during
signed to acquaint officers' wives
Atlantic Fleet air squadrons have
ship on the Board of Directors, fits from our Exchange activitiesare UF Campaign.
with the basic office and inter- been awarded the Capt. Arnold
and Credit Committee and to hear the only source of revenue Military and civilian personnelof
viewing procedures for use in Isbell
Jay Trophy for excellencein for the Special Services Program.I Navy activities in the Jax area
Navy Relief Offices. various reports. air antisubmarine
am especially pleased to see the contributed $119r,373, or 119% to
Classes will be held on Monday The Union's nominating com- operations. improvements planned for the the CC-UF during the year's
and from 0900 to 1200 PATROL SQUADRONS 4
Thursday and
mittee Jack Bedenbaugh, Chair- Hobby Shop area and am hope- campaign.
during the course.It 50, Air Antisubmarine Squadron
man; Frank McKinley and Sam
is planned to hold the coursein 33, and Helicopter Antisubmarine
the NATTUnit area. The exact Hendricks have nominated the Squadron 8 were the Pacific SecNav Cites Chief Wilcox

building will be announced at a following members for the respective Fleet Winners for the competitive

later date. posts: period i of November 1961 With Navy CommendationA
through November 1962.
Free nursery care will be pro-
vided for children whose mothersare The Atlantic competition, run- NAS Jacksonville Navy chief utilities man has been
enrolled in the course. cil W. Acree, Management An- ning from July 1961 through July cited by Secretary of the Navy Fred Korth for outstanding

The Auxiliary must advise alysis Office; C. J. Bellovich, 1962, was won by Jax based Pa- achievement in the superior performance of duties in the

headquarters at least two weeksin Comptroller Office, Cecil Field; trol Squadron 18, Air Antisub- field of Floating! Dry Dock_ Assembly" and Erection.
marine Squadron 24, and Heli- HE IS WILLIAM S. WILCOX,
advance of the starting date Gordon King, Supply Department sented Wilcox with the Secretaryof
copter Antisubmarine Squadron 7. assigned to the Station's Pub-
of the of the number
course of ; Rod Penney Operations the Commendation rib:
Named for the lhte Capt. Ar- lic Works Department. Navy
volunteers who plan to attend and W. L. Purcell of bon and the accompanying cita-
Department nold Jay Isbell, who distinguished Captain' James R. Compton,
the course so that the materials
needed can be forwarded. O&R. (Continued Page 5, Column 3) NAS commanding officer, pre- tion, which read:
"During the period from Mayto
Further information may be November 1961 while servingas

obtained by calling Mrs. Kirk Davidson, SR, Milton H. Ed- r D fY :,. petty officer in' charge of all

Horton, Chairman, Volunteer Wo- dings, John S. Kemp, Wilson II. : utility-type work and personnelof

men at Extensions 8150/737. Sandefer and Tony Zambito all Detachment KILO, United

of O&R Department. i States Naval Mobile Construction

WJXT Traces Adm. Bedenbaugh said there arc I Battalion Four, at Holy Loch,
Scotland, Wilcox supervised the

N/m/fz's/ Life, CareerFleet three vacancies to be filled in installation of all piping, ventila-

Admiral Chester Nim- each category with three 3 year tion, and watertight fittings dur-.

tiz will be the subject on the terms on the Board of Directorsand ing the assembly of the AFDB-7
a large, sectional floating dry
"Biography" program to be two' 3 year terms and one
seen on WJXT, Television 4, 2 year term on the Credit Com
"Through his outstanding lead-
Thursday, January 10 at 1900. mittee.
ership, resourcefulness, and professional -
Admiral Nimitz welded the
Refreshments will be served skill, he contributed
shattered U.S. Pacific Fleetin-
and 18 door prizes will be given materially to the timely comple-
to a hard-hitting force that
tion of this vital His unswerving -
became the most devastatingnaval away to lucky ticket holders. In HIGH HONOR is accorded William S. Wilcox UTC of the
Public Works Department as he receives the Secretary of the devotion to duty in the
power in history. His addition, $25 in silver dollars will I
Navy Commendation ribbon for his outstanding service with lace of difficult and hazardous
life and career will be tracedin ',e awarded at 1930 on the meet- the Naval Mobile Construction Battalion Four, at Holy Loch, i circumstances was in keeping

this half-hour documentary ng night. Scotland. Admiring the ribbon is Capt. James R. Compton, NAS with the highest traditions of
program. Commanding Officer, who made the presentation, and Mrs.
(See Photo Page 6)) WUcox. the naval service."

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10 January

-9 Station Traffic Safety Council Gives

9 Z Violation/ RecordThe Winter Driving PointersDuring

following is a report of

CAPT J. R. Compton .................HAS........jMbotwUI................*................... Commanding Officer motor vehicle accidents and the winter months, thousands of motorists will
CDR Welter J. Schub ................................................................ Executive Officer traffic violations for the peri- be driving under conditions made difficult by bad weather
Fleet Air Jacksonville NAB 6ND od December 15, 1962 through conditions. This will increase the possibilityof
IADM Joseph M. Carton ................................................................ Commander and bad road remember that the weather
CAM Vincent Casey .................................................................._ Chief of Staff 28 December, 1962. accidents, BUT it is well to snot
Fleet Air Wing Eleven the only cause of winter traffic accidents. The weather

CAPT Gilbert J. Frauenhelm ............................................................ CommanderCAPT NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS does not guide the automobile nor prompt the pedestrian to
Andrew H. Covmt .................................................... Chief Staff Officer (period Dec. 15-28) .............6 take chances. Motorists must use added caution and adjust
Naval Air Technical Training UnitCAPT alert to meet the hazards
Hartiel D. Allen ........................................................ Commanding Officer Total Accidents this year driving techniques and be extra
CDR: Eugene F. Verdery ............................................................ Executive Officer through Dec., 1962 ..............263 .1..0 by the weather. important element 0 f driving
Naval Hospital' DRIVING is not only
CAPT J. M. Manner ................................................................ Commanding Officer Number of accidents throughDec. WINTER YOU-THE DRIVER!
CAPT Stephen H. Tolln ............................................................ Executive Officer more strenuous for the driver,
., 1961 .. ............ .........249 the vehicle
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit it is also harder on
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, J,. .................................................... Commanding Officer than other periods of the year.
COR William M. Miller .. ........................................................ Executive Officer NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE The National Safety Council suggests 9
Printed commercially with appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at no
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958. LAST INJURY IN MOTOR the following points for
Distributed weekly free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air VEHICLE ACCIDENT. 15. your car-and YOU:
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing ANTI-FREEZE Have your
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and U. S. Naval Hospital. With Civllicin.The
LCDR Ralph D. McClure ................. ...... ... Service Information Officer NUMBER OF VIOLATIONS.This car's cooling system flushed and .
Andrew H. Pleney ........................ Asisstant Service Information Officer .. .. checked for leaks, when it is in
week (Dec. 15-28)) 82
Editor-Mae Spencer, JO1, Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone, J01; Staff- good condition, have anti-freeze following eight NAS Jax

Robert Dodds, SA; Ruth Anne Roberts, SA. Speeding ....................................10 put in. civilian employees were promo.
Members of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern aid In- accordance with Station'sMerit
ted in
TUNE-UP-An engine tune-up
ternational Councils of Industrial Editors. Reckless Driving .................... 2 Promotion Program.
The Jax Air News Is e member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material means easier and faster starts
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing cerdit Is given. Photographs Going through Stop Sign .... 7 and helps prevent stalls. Promoted at Overhaul and Re
unless otherwise credited, are official I U.S. Navy Photographs.
BATTERY-A in A-l pair Department were: Earl G.
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone Other Violations ..................63 battery Eckford from Planner and Estimator
extensions 8164, 656, 272, or 8161. condition will help assure you
Forty-eight drivers appeared that frequant towing and push- (Toolmaker) to Mechanical -

CS Commissioners Commend before the Traffic Hearing ing will not be necessary. Engineering Technician, GS-
Board at the meeting held on BRAKES-At this time of year 3; Gregory B. Kane, Aircraft
Employees on 80th AnniversaryOf January 7. Disposition of the brakes should be checked fre- Mechanic (General) to Lead-

Civil Service Merit SystemEighty cases include the following: quently. Have them relined if ingman Aircraft Cleaner; EarleT.
ejght lost driving and parking necessary, adjusted for sure. Lin- Pierce, Jr., Assistant Production
years ago the outraged people of the United States privileges aboard station, 28 ing should be free of dirt and Controlman (Machinist) to
demanded and got civil service reform to put an end to were assigned to complete an grease Planner and Estimator (Machin-
"spoils" staffing of the Federal service. Public indignation eight-hour course in remedial WINDSHIELD Keep your st) ; Thomas R. Rosakranse, Tool-
reached its zenith when a disgruntled office seeker assass- driving instructions, 20 received windshield and windows clear. maker to Mechanical Engineering

inated President Garfield.THE deadlier potential. They are suspended penalties, Be sure defroster is in working Technician, GS-9.

INSTRUMENT OF RE- providing more and better serv- seven were given warnings, condition. Lower rear windows Promoted in Supply Depart-
FORM was the Civil Service Act ices for an expanding populationin two were dismissed and eight slightly to ventilate and help keep ment was Marguerite J. Brown.
of January 16, 1883, which es- an era of challenge and change. were referred to their com- the inside glass from fogging. Clerk-Typist, GS-3 to Mail & File
tablished a merit system of employment manding officer for possible LIGHTS-Winter means early Supervisor, GS4.In .
These are tasks which call fora dusk and added hours of the miscellaneous
in the Government that disciplinary action. drivingin groups
has served America well in the constantly rising emphasis on darkness, so check high and promoted were: James C. Carson
years since. talent, judgment, productivity, low beams, tail lights, brake Warehouseman, Supply Depart
and efficiency on the part of lights, and directional signals to ment to Toolroom Attendent O&R
Those who make up the pre- who the
individuals comprise BluejacketsInn
be sure they are operating pro- Department; Jean B. Snowberger.
sent Federal work force are ben- Federal work force.
perly. Supervisory Placement and Em-
eficiaries of the Act of 1883, and
As America celebrates the 80th Doin's SEAT BELTS-Have yours been ployee Management Relations
of subsequent laws and Exec-
anniversary of the Civil Service installed? Seats belts are recom- Assistant, GS-8, Industrial Re-
utive actions which have aug-
Act, we commend the membersof mended for all automobiles but lations Dept. to Personnel Man
mented the basic act to create 10
the effective and comprehensive the career civil service for Thursday January are especially advisable under agement Specialist, GS-9 Indus
their commitment to their im- Dining and Dancing winter driving hazards. trial Relations Dept.; and AngalaN.
personnel system of today.
portant work and their effortsto Friday, January 11 Now that your car has been Vollbrecht, Clerk-Typist, GS-3
The heritage of the career. civil increase efficiency and pro- Dance featuring Carl Boyd and thoroughly checked and is readyfor O&R to Appointment Clerk
service is rich with progressive ductivity. And we wish them the Rhythm Kings 2100-0100 winter driving, why not spenda (Typing), GS-4 Industrial Re-

improvement of administrationand that measure of public respectand Saturday, January 12 few minutes checking the other lations Dept.fliNlt.
service to all citizens. The esteem which their dedicationto
responsibility of the Federal work their calling deserves. Dance featuring the Delrays

force has grown from essentially 2100-0100
clerical support of comparativelysimple Sunday, January 13
government operations to NWC To Sell Dance featuring Carl Boyd and

highly technical support, manage- the Rhythm Kings 2000-2400

ment, and execution of imaginative Fla. LicensesFlorida Monday, January 14

complicated, and vital pro- Dining and Dancing
grams of public service gearedto License Plates will
national goals. be on sale at Bldg. 40, (nextto Tuesday, January 15

CAREER CIVIL SERVANTSare the Bank) from January 14 Happy Hour 1700-1800

conducting medical researchto till February 19, Monday Dining and Dancing

safeguard and lengthen human through Friday, 0800 to 1600. Wednesday, January 16
life. They are performing space Tags will be sold by volun- Game night 2000
research to place men on the teers from Navy Wives Club.

moon and the planets beyond.

They are helping to improve our The sap of a tree does not always Navy Gets Last A4CThe
national defense posture in an go down in the fall and rise D

age which weapons constantly a- in spring. Some trees have higher last A-4C model of the n POt
chieve higher sophistication and moisture content in the winter Douglas A-4 Skyhawk attack

bomber was delivered to the ;e
Navy last week at the company'sfinal 1t
.:{is } .
n O e9K.A.eea'bD1Nf. h r r assembly and flight test
facility in Palmdale, Calif.
The first A-4C model, now in

production, features a more pow-
erful engine and improved wea-
pons systems. At present the A-
4E is undergoing shipboard trials.
Squadrons in Jax flying the
A-4C and expected to get the
new A-E4 are VA-44 at NAS Jax O

and VA-46, VA-106, VA-34, VA-

31, VA-12 and VA-172 at NAS ,......
NEW ORDNANCE OFFICER Cdr. Claude L. Dickerson Cecil Field. '
... 2 .._ !.
... : "
arrives and is
(center) at Operations greeted by E. Lawfield, -
TMC and Lt. George Word Assistant OinC AUW Unit 0427. "You look like a million dol- ,, ..
Cdr. Dickerson is the first Ordnance Officer of the recently lars," he whispered.She ....,. '
formed Ordnance and Gunnery Dept. He reported to Jax from
Staff Carrier Air Group Four where he was Administrative Of smiled.
ficer. "After taxes," he added. "I told you you were following too close."


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10 January 1963 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3

Twenty-Eight Civilian Employees VAP-62 Honors Five Men

Receive Benny Suggs ChecksTwentyeight At CO's Commendatory MastFive

men serving with Heavy Photographic Squadron

Sixty-Two were honored by Commander Robert F. Roemer
civilian employees were presented with beneficial suggestion awards for Squadron Commanding Officer, at Commendatory Masts held

the months of November and December, 1962. The checks, totaling $815, went to three December.- .

Departments: Overhaul and Repair, _Public Works and Supply, u_ _____ ________ UPON THE OCCASION of his an accident and incident free re-
cord in the ordnance area. Thisis
departure for duty at NAS Pen-
THE LARGEST AWARD, $105 particulraly commendable in
sacola, Herman H. Eckland,
to Harry L. King
was presented view of the unstable pyrotechnicsused
and Johnny E. McClellan of O&R ADJCS was presented a letterof by this squadron and the

for their suggestion on the "Re commendation by Cdr. Roemerfor potentially dangerous bomb bay
a. his outstanding work as the
work Impeller Flange. This sug- door system of the RA3B (A3D-
Leading Chief Petty Officer of
gester obtained permission to 2P) airplane."
the squadron from April 1962
salvage HR2S helicopter hydro- Receiving Good Conduct
mechancial clutch flanges which until his departure.The .
Awards at the same ceremonieswere
had been rejected for use be- commendation read, in : Edward P. Hostetter, PH2;
executed the
part, you
cause the holes had become Donald J. Roy, AK3 and Merle
and varied administrativetasks
elongated. New holes were drill- many P. Prevost, YN3.
of that assignment faith-
ed in the flanges equi-distant
between the existing elongated fully and efficiently and you pro-
vided the squadron with constantly Aliens RemindedTo
: : 'c flawless examples of leader
The second largest check in > i t tn' ship, personal integrity, and mil Report AddressAll
the amount of $100 went to William itary demeanor." aliens in the United States

D. Estes, of O&R for his : 'r. Walter Sanders, A02 was com and its possessions are being re-

suggestion, "Rework of Tail Ro- t mended for his outstanding work minded by the Immigration and

tor Servo Housing." This sug- : 1 1L during the three years he was )Naturalization Service of the
obtained from attached Cdr. Roemer
gester permission '. '4 to VAP-62. Department of Justice that they
Aero Engineering and initiated < s noted in his Letter of Commendation are required to report their addresses -

action to salvage HSS/HUS tail l'i" ; ,; to Sanders that, "In your to the Attorney General

rotor servo housings by machin- "'<, '..... :', .., ....... .:,W\ >>l': ,. capacity as Ordnance Quality during January.
BENNY SUGGS AWARD-William E. Estes, of the Over.
ing the walls of the area surrounding haul and Repair Dept. shows Capt. R. D. Fagan O&R Officerhis Control Inspector for VAP-62 Those out of the country and

the piston, and reliningthe idea to rework the tail rotor servo housing by machining the since April 1960, your demandfor its possessions during January
cylinder bore by installing a walls of the area surrounding the piston. Estes received a $100 high quality and safety in must report their addresses within -

steel sleeve. check for his idea.CIVIL ordnance work has resulted in 10 days after their return.

Convenient cards for the re-
SERVICENews ports are available at any U. S.
Post Office in January and at
R. Woodrum $65,
and Larry -
the Immigration and Naturali-
Paul E. Butler $50, Lonnie J.
zation Service's offices
In ReviewThe throughout
Farlow, Robert W. Sheese and The Social Activities Committeeof the year. Friends and rela-

Charles H. DuBose $45, Alex Jacksonville Branch 91, Fleet tions of aliens should make it
Bandy $35, Virgil W. Hoffman$30 Internal Revenue Service
Reserve Association has an- a point to pass the reminder on
employment and who either
I are
W. H. Chance and PhillipB. suggests the following way to heads of households who nounced that the next quarterly to them.
are selected -
Cassady-$25, Glen W. Harvey, avoid unanticipated income taxesas for and enrolled in train steak dinner will be held next Serious penalties such as

George W. Scott, Fernie E. Selby a result of your recent pay ing courses established under the Saturday, Jan. 19, from 1800 to fines, imprisonment and/or de-
and Virgil W. Hoffman $15, raise Submit amended Em-
: an ,Act. 2000. portation can result if there is a
Herman W. Weide, William Ric- ployees Withholding Exemption The dinner will be held at the willful failure to submit the re-

ciardi, William C. Snead and Certificate, Form W-4, through Payment of the 5 percent increase Branch 91 clubhouse, 8554 Roose-

Euell L. Cain, Harry M. Radvan- your pay office. On this form you in annuities and other retirement velt Blvd., and the cost of each port.MDBS

sky and Roy E. Bartlett, Cecelia can include fewer exemptions, or benefits provided Fed- dinner will be $1.50. An added Notice

T McDannold, Carl E. Smith and you can claim no exemptions eral annuitants under Public Law feature of the dinner will be

George W. Huntley. A Letter of "plus an additional deduction." 87-793 will be delayed until hamburgers for children at a donation Employees Mutual Death
Appreciation went to Archie McClure funds are appropriated to cover of 25c each. Benefit Society Notice 202 and

and Newron M. McLean Federal civilian employment their costs. The Administrationwill The Board of Directors meetingof 203 is issued to advise members
of the death'of two of its
both of 0&R.Printing. decreased by 27,673 .during Sep- ask Congress to appropriatethe Branch 91 will be held next
members.As .
tember, reducing the worldwidetotal necessary funds soon after Thursday, Jan. 17, at 2000. All
for all three branches of Congress convenes in January members arc invited to attend. a result of payments by
the Society, members will now
Office Government to 2,52,461. Nearly I The regular meeting of the
be assessed $2.20 which is now
70 agencies reported a decline in The first Atlantic-to-Pacific Board of Directors of the Yukon
due and payable. The ten day
employment. highway across the waist of South Branch 126 Fleet Reserve Associ-
Offers Income notice of assessment began on
America will link Rio de Janeiro ation will be held Friday even
Federal employees separatedby January 9.Members.
with the Peru highway system. ing, January 11 at 1930 in the
reductions in force may be are reminded that
Tax PamphletA The road already crosses Brazil's Branch meeting hall, Yukon, Fla.
eligible for training under the cash payments will not be ac-
State of Manas Gerais and the All members are urged to at-
reminder of the approach of I Manpower Development and wild Mato Grasso. tend. cepted.
annual income tax time was re- Training Act of 1962.

ceived, as 1962 ended, by personson The Act establishes a three- .." ..:.... ..'' .

the mailing list of the Govern- year program to provide unem- .

ment Printing Office. ployed and underemployed per-

THE PRINTING OFFICE peri- sons with new skills where need- yN }

odically mails out pamphlets de- ed, to upgrade present skills, and

scribing various publications to meet the job needs of workers i ..

available to the public. One of displaced by automation and

the last of these for 1962 listed technological change, geographic

the booklet titled YOUR FED- relocation of industry or agency,

ERAL INCOME TAX 1963 EDI- and shifts in mission, program, or

TION. market demands.It r'f f' :

This booklet, which sells for provides for payment of

40 cents, can be obtained from weekly allowances to persons who '

the U. S. Government Printing are unemployed, who have a i_ lli I

Office, Division of Public Docu- minimum of three years' gainful _

ments, Washington 25, D. C. Its

catalogue number is T22.44.963. Staff Lounge *

Containing more detailed in- I 54 c+ ; ,

formation than the instructions Gets New NameThe *
which accompany Form 1040, it t_ 4 cI
explains the preparation of income staff lounge at the Naval

tax returns in plain lay- Hopsital now has a new name -

man's language with many examples The Gator Den.

and illustrations.It .
The name was submitted by I I / 1/ 4 ::
tells what income is taxable E. T. Rescott, HMC who receiveda

and what items may be deducted. $25 savings bond for his idea.
Home owner problems are ex- .........- ... .. .w:
in detail. A new Form The winning name correspondsto FIRST IN '63-Stephen Lee Proctor (in the arms of his mother) Mrs. Wanda E. Proctor is
plained and also the center of attraction at the Naval Hospital after making his arrival at 1206 January I, 1963.
the theme of the area
1040, completely filled in, is key- The 6 Ib, 15 ox. baby was the first to arrive In the New Year in Duval County. Stephen arrived
ed to explanations in the 144 the Hospital newspaper, which is 25 minutes ahead of his nearest competitor. Looking on are "Dad" Roger L. Proctor, AT2 of VA-44
pages of text. the "Gator Scope." and Lieutenant L. T. Niebauxn, Navy doctor who was the attending physician.



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Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS 10 January 1963

THE BIG "I" "fliers" Rebirth Seen Tomorrow

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:V'T'r Ft x

":' As NAS Jax Hosts Bermuda CagersCagers

representing Commander, Fleet Air Bermuda will arrive tomorrow noon to

nlav the "Fliers' cream of NAS Jax's intramural hoopsters. Game time is set for 1930 at
the Mainside Gym. Bldg. 3. I
I sity basketball team as such, top which comprise this Station's intramural -
Since Jacksonville has no var players from the various teams program have been sel-

ected to go against the suntan-
ned crew from Bermuda.An .

early look at the Jax Navy
JAX AIR SPORTS Fliers roster last Tuesday indi-

cated these prospects:
r NEWSIronman
l. Tom Warner Guard VA-44
Robert Hyland Forward VA-44
'< Donald Gonzalez Forward VA-44
.,: Claude Williams Forward VA-176
f Number Five Leon Butler Guard VP-18
f Joe Thomas Forward VP-7
Lee Somert Center Admin
fI' .If__ Chuck Thomas Guard MAD
Has Symbolic DesignBY John Kraize Center Admin

I' :: .: .:rii::::!. Dave Billy Simpson Hammond Guard Forward VP-18 Supply

MARC WHETSTONE JO1 Harry Braxton Guard Supply

For those Ironman sports fans who haven't yet seen THIS IS THE FIRST varsity
.1 :j jI "The Big I", gaze on the column at left.
your,, peepers action seen here at NAS since
____ _
fitrTtiTut.. /.-.."!? H"" 'UnT'I"I....... -
& n. &&&&n. n.& &&1& &&.1 the 60-61 season. It was then
to its existence. First VA-44, that the regular varsity basket-

I ......'...,..:.. which gained permanent posses- McCaffrey, ball program was dissolved,

I ,: sion of last mid-year's trophy by bringing to an end a string of up
winning it four seasons and Editors Tie
I ; and down seasons over nearly
secondly the desire to expressa two decades. Back in the '55-56
'. freshness and a more prestige '
Bowl PicksIt and 56-57 seasons the Fliers car-
award by the Station's athletic ried home the 6ND Championship -

......:::. director, Frank McCaffrey."We took until the Bowl Games backed up by numerous
.: :. needed something new but finally the Editors have madea other trophies and championships.
..'.':..:..'. a trophy unique and symbolic of respectable showing, picking Coaching the Jax squad will
the Ironman program", said the
seven of the 10 classics.
.r' ea L.r- be O. G. Richerson of VA-176.
12-year veteran director.
Most everyone agreed, and Still, this effort must be shared After a hurried-up series of

more than not believe he has hit with Athletic Director Frank Mc practice sessions, the Fliers will
;P upon the ultimate in design. Caffrey who has pretty much venture to Moody Air Force Basein
t dominated the scene all season. Valdosta, Ga., next week for
k Standing 36 inches high and
20 inches across, "The Big I" Selecting an even 50 per cent a two-day go 'round January 18-
characterizes each of the pro was sports writer Royal (Bob) 19. Following this the tentative

grammed Ironman sports by silo Dodds while guest picker An- schedule has the team set up
drew Planey came in as anchor- against the Marine Corps Supply
ver action figures. The Adonis is
: g? ; firmly placed in the center at man with two correct. Center from Albany, Ga., here
= the week of the 20th.
IRONMAN NUMBER FIVE takes on a new, majestic: appearance the top flanked by fleeting I. For the overall season It was
in the form of 'The l Big I", as shown above. It will be eagles. McCaffrey leading the pack with
presented to the command which, during the 1962 Fall seasonof SINCE ITS INCEPTION 11 125 correct selections ((73 percent
sports, accumulates the most intramural points. (Ping pong years ago, there have been four ) out of the 172 games avail- PutteringAround
and handball winners have not yet been decided). To date it
looks as though VA-44 will be its first possessor. Its designeris trophies retired in the Ironman able through the Pigskin Pickers
Frank McCaffrey, NAS Athletic Director. program. FASRON Six was the column. Second were the GuestPickers
first unit to win the award four with 110 right or 64 percent

times to gain permanent posses followed by the sports writer
VA-44 Hornets Find "Gold"Easy
sion. That was in 1954. In December who was wedged out by one The Jax Navy Officers' Wives'Golf

1956, VFP-62 carried the per cent ending with 108 correct Association will begin the

second trophy home followed in predictions.Well second half of its golf season
Pickin's In Net MatchThe
October 1959 with VW-4 exhibit- the hand writing on the January 18 with a coffee gathering -

ing its prowess. The hurricane wall can't be disputed so beginning at 1000 at the "O"
All-Station Volleyball crown for 1962 went to VA-44 hunters also won the first leg of the Editors bow to the forerunners Club.

December 20 as the Hornets downed NATTU's AE "Gold" the fourth trophy, however, VA- and sit back with their 101 All new, interested lady golf-

netmen in the last two out of three matches held in the Main- 44, stopped only once by AF679th, guesses (or 59 per cent!). Se ers are invited to attend. Reserve -

side gym. set-ups being made by Jean i placed number four permanentlyin you on the turf next season. ations can be made by registering -
NATTU's squad took an early its Hornet nest trophy case at the 19th Hole Club Houseor
lead in the first game but had it John Vargo Loper and smashing the strong the arm volley-of last summer. MORE SPORTS ON PAGE 5 by calling the "0" Club.

cut short mid-way as VA-44
ball on the NATTU players toes.
came rallying back to within one
Score: 15-6. Other VA-44 players
point i of the Gold's winningscore.
included John Barber, Manuel
But because the rules state
Cassillas, Bill Wheeler, Eugene
that there must be a two point
Wyrick and Jim Shaw.
difference, the first
game pro- :
The wheels just couldn't get z:
gressed until NATTU managed to
rolling for the NATTU squad in
get its 19-17 win.
the third game as once again the
Hornets took a strong 1 lead.
the Hornets all the with
Despite the efforts of Jax Navy

Varsity players on the NATTU
Jax Skeet Team
side, Jim Pitts, George Mosier
and Ken Steiner, VA-44 stayed
Shooters SoughtSkeet ahead to win 15 to 8. Other

"Gold" members were Henry

Shooters with past experience Vanden Burg, Bill Olivery, Bill
can now try out for Whitcomb, Bob Rabanus and"Po"
the Jax Navy Skeet Team whichis Poteat.

being organized by Dr. Richard THE STATION CHAMPION-

Parsons and Ken Pendergrass.The SHIP game was part of a Nightof
Jax Team is holding prac- Sports held that evening under

tice sessions each Wednesday the guiding hand of Athletic Di-

starting at 1330 on the Skeet rector Frank McCaffrey.First 4

Range. Interested personnel may on view for the specta-
call)) Dr. Parsons on Ext. 8165 or tors were two basketball games

Pendergrass on Ext. 272. followed by a judo exhibition by : LL.a :aoar .w........:........... M: }.
The team will fire in it's first Willie Jones and Ronald ALL-STATION CHAMPIONS of the 1962 Volleyball season are the Hornets of VA-44. The
match of the new year on Feb- both of the Jax Navy Judo eight man squad, which dominated the intramural American League with a 6-0 record, downed
ruary 1st when the members A special ping pong petzel'j the AE "Gold" team from NATTU December 20, by scores of 15-6 and 15-8 after being bettered
, compete in the Flamingo, Open was performed by C. G. in the first match by a score of 1917. They are (L to R front row) John Logan, Manual Cassillas,
I. John Barber, and Jean
Vargo. (Back row) Bill Wheeler Eugene Wyiick, player coach John Lo-
Championship in Miami, Florida. and Dick Gaskill as the per and Jim Shaw.


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10 January 1963 ,';.
JAX AIR NEWS Pace... 5

New Year's Eve: Flying Chaplain Gains 't(:.1

Log In VerseIn I Insight I Into ProblemsA

keeping with the .
Navy tradition Navy chaplain who flies with the fleet has provedthe
on New 'Year's
Eve of 'PJI- I belief of the Navy that a chaplain who works with the
writing the midnight
log entry into their than who
men gains morel insight problems one
in verse the following poem was VTth
views them from behind a desk.
written by Lieutenant Commander "One can better understandthe

A. J. Feher, NAS Officer of men and their problems if he Patrol Squadrons 5, '1, 16, 18, and
the Day. 30 of Fleet Air Wing Eleven
divides his time between the

The New Year is breaking, a chapel, the desk and the air- under the Command of Captain
backward look we are Gilbert J. Frauerih 'im. Chaplain
taking.At plane, stated Lieutenant Paul L.
Kauffman will be with the
the months that have passed, ..- N Kauffman NAS Chaplain. flying
of these anti-submarine
and the history we're making. ;: "Until Chaplain Kauffman re-
\\f ported aboard didn't have the patrol squadrons 1m the next six
THE NIGHT IS COLD and the ; we
months getting din-ct insight into
is old .) numerical strength to assign a
story '
a for
poem the log, \ their and how
is a tale being told. ( chaplain to the flight line," said
AJL Commander' they spend their working h urs.
F John W. Vaughn,
The watches are set, no differ- '. a ,. Administrative Officer of Fleet After his exposure to the unitsof
ent today. r, <" the operating fleet Chaplain
,, ,
Some sailors work and'some :.::.:. ';:'"'.'..:.'..:.'<::"t... '$0.. :.""'...<.... ,...': Air Wing Eleven. Kauffman will return to a rout-
::: Lieutenant Kauffman whose
: ,
4} C....:. .i.Jt
sailors play, much on the orderof home is Lancaster, Pa., came to ine job in the Chaplains Office.

a regular day. FLYING CHAPLAIN-Li. Paul L. Kauffman flying chap NAS Jacksonville from a small "We need flight chaplains justas

The lights of Jacksonville, in lain of Fleet Air Wing Eleven, receives instructions from VP-5 parish in middle Pennslyvaniavia we need flight surgeons," said

the distance are winking, our Commanding Officer Cmdr. Robert L. Nuber (right). Chaplain the School at Commander Robeit L. Huber,
field is bright. turning Kauffman flies_ with, the men of FAW-11 in order to get a deeper Commanding Offinn of Patrol
and hUnt....... R.I. He is
---- insigni inio inch lives. Newport, assigned to
Squadron Five. "After sick call,
"Jo" pots in duty officesare the flight surgeon spends as
6ND Boxers Res of Talent much time with the
bubbling away, marking the Untapped hours till the dawn of the day. sible. You just don't know if you

multitude THE YEAR of happenings SIXTY-TWO sawa Vying For For ManagemeThe Use Cited sit Citing behind instances a desk"of men who

at the
had been helped by the adviceof
NAS Jax. All hands were kept Dist. TitleSixteen development of the individual the chaplain and other} squadron -
busy, no time to be lax.
in the overall schemeof
leaders, Cdr. IJubor again
There were inspections and Navy fighters from management is 90$% the brought out the lad that the

drills, old shipmates retired. NAS Jax, Glynco, Ga., and result of experience in his chaplain can help the men more

For visiting dignitaries, salutes Cecil Field will meet at King day to day work, so declared when they have a problem if he's

have been fired. Hall, Bldg. 563, this afternoonat Edward Fallon of the MartinCo. not a stranger. "With a certain

Our planes and the crews were 1400 for the annual Sixth as he spoke to members percentage of Navymen, our
Naval District Championship of Jax Chapter 40 of the
primed and ready to go. When schools, churches and families
the bearded gent to the South Boxing Matches. Armed Forces Management haven't done there j'>h'/i/ and the

tried to put on a show.There's THERE ARE SEVEN BOUTSon Association on December 20. Navy has to make something of
not much glamour to the one-day card includingtwo ,
the work thats been in the welterweight class. of personnel ever "I would be pioud when my
done, but reach the pinnacle of success in i
kids to have them
our sports events did create quite Representing Jax Navy under grow up as
management without somebodelse's Y enlisted in this man's .
men Navy.I
alot of good fun. the guidance of team manager
influence or without developing truly believe that the service is
WE PLAYED HOST Ray Paquette, are light welter-
TO SOME their abilities over the the
finest influence in this
weights Robert Guyer and Joe EDWARD FALLONthe
beautiful queens, and also to years through concerted individual -. try today in the building of the
some visiting teams. Cannon; welterweight Jim Mc- effort he pointed out. person must be universal and character of "
our young men,
The Middies came down and Clain; light middleweight Jim "Thus, there is an immense, un- these talented people must be added.
Miller]] ; middleweight John Reid; inspired to greater things by
stayed for of
awhile. tapped reserve capable per- "Chaplain Kauffman may be
light heavyweight Tramell Fisher
those who recognize their talents"
Some of their antics made old sonnel with the necessary talent our first flying chaplain," Cdr.
and heavyweight Charles Hall.It .
sailors smile. All in all we hada for management who just needa he pointed but. Vaughn said, "But we certainly

very good year, if sixty-two is looked as though Guyer and little guidance, a shove or pushso FALLON, WHO IS MANAGERof hope he won't be the last."

an example, We have nothing to Cannon may have to enter the to speak, in the right direc- education and personnel de-

'car. ring against one another since tion", Fallon emphasized.This velopment for the Martin Co. at

We there were no other entries in is the group that must be Orlando, Fla., declared that "We IIOVIES

will make sixty-three, their division as of Tuesday.IN presented an opportunity to be- should have no crown princes ,
good .
year.Let's THE 147 POUND CLASS come a member of the manage- who close the door of opportunityto Movies will be shown regularlyat

keep NAS Jax right on expected to be the first bout, it ment team, Fallen added. "The everyone else. Managementmust 1900 on Monday through
Ball will be either McClain meetingD. opportunity for development of go on and after the present Saturday; at 1400 and 1900 on

A Happy New Year to one and Wilson of Glynco or James team of executives plays out, we Sunday, at the Mainside and

I to all. Johnson of Cecil Field. The win- match. should have a program in force NATTU Theaters: and at 1900

ner will then have to defend his The heavyweight opponent to which offers an opportunity for only on Sunday at the Hospital

The Cape of Good Hope is gen- win by facing the third man in meet Hall is C. L. White of Glyn- personnel to replace those de- Theater These times arc subjectto
whose is G. Dawson.
erally regarded as Africa's south- this division. co, manager parting. Otherwise we end up change.

ernmost point. Actually, Cape Miller is slated to go up againstJ. Cecil Field's Clayton Vaughanof with artificial managers and Thursday, January 10
the 125 division andGlynco's
I Agulhas deserves the credit. Part- Hudson of Glynco in the 156 pound those with talent remains stag Mainside-Hatari.
B. Garcia of the 132
ing the waters of Atlantic and pound class while Fisher meets nant". NATTUnit-The Time Machine.

Indian Oceans, Agulhas lies 32 either M. Carter or A. Monskud, pound time.class were uncontested at On the other hand, the individual Hospital-Hornet Strangler.

miles farther south. both of Glynco, in the 178 pound press worker should concentrate on Friday, January 11

doing his present job well, rather Mainside-The Lawless' Breed.

: 9 VP18Continued than eyeing too much the next NATTUnit-Hatari.

higher j job, Fallon commented. Hospital-The Time Machine.

( from Page 1)) "One can damage his chances of Saturday, January 12

himself in antisubmarine warfare advancement to the managementteam Mainside-Gaby.

against hostile subs along United by advertising himself too NATTUnit-The Lawless

States to North Africa convoy much for the next job and lettinghis Breed.

routes during WWII, the trophiesare present work slide by", he Hospital-Hatari.

presented annually by the added. "We should always con Sunday, January 13

Martin Co. of Baltimore, Md. sider the human element in our Mainside-Mountain Roar

A permanent trophy, with each day to day management. We NATTUnit-Gaby.
N ..
base, is retained in the Pentagon. dividual and make every effortto Monday, January 14

.t. Winning squadrons receive en- get along with other people", Mainside-Cape ear.NATTUnitMountain.

rj.yra graved plaques for permanent the Martin Co. spokesman said. Roar.

f possession.In He left the AFMA group with Hospital-.:Gaby,

this thought: "There is no one Tuesday, January 15

Los Angeles, as in no other unimportant in the overall mis- Mainside-Wonderful To The

United States city, life centerson sion of an industrial or business Young.

SENIOR CONTROLLERS was a happy occasion for D. the automobile as a means of firm. Everyone meet in NATTUnit-Cape Fear.HospitalMountain ,
you your
J. McCarthy, AC2 and C J. Sharrock, 'AC1, when they received
their certificates last Friday designating them as Senior Con transport. Three fourths of all day to day efforts, no matter how Roar.

trollers. Members of the Radar Air Traffic Control Center 17 Angelenos drive .to work. They insignificant his job may appearto Wednesday, January 16

here at NA Jax, they demonstrated their abilities in, super think i nothing of motoring 10 you, has something of value Mainside-Court Marshall.

vising all functions of Air Traffic Control and were justly recog- miles to dinner, 20 miles to a that you can use and you in turn NATTUnit-Wonderful To The
nhcd by RATCC's officer in charge, Cdr. O. S. Braddock. Two
AC3s motion picture or 50 miles to the can give him something that he Young.
F. L. Leche and T. D. Sudduth, also qualified but were
not present for the photo. home of friends. vewJse will value". Hospital-Cape Fear.

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Page 6 JAX AIR NlWS;; 10 January 1963

Are You In The Know?

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'* fl 1 Wage Survey Brings

3 1 I

&k Queries from Employees!

The wages of civilian, ungraded -
employees are based on private based on previous surveys, plus
rates 'in the local area. A new firms, contacts with the
State Employment Office, and
wage survey will soon be: con-
ducted covering private firms in requests from employees and em-
c _
Common ployee groups.
r the Jacksonville area.
: question about wage surveys are: Question: Are all types of
firms contacted?
Question: When are full-Scale
Wage surveys held? Answer: No, some types of
Answers: Full-scale wage sur- firms are excluded: government

veys are normally held every agencies, wholesale and retail

\ __ ___ three years. In the interveningyears outlets, construction companies,
_ and job shops.
k' wage change surveys are
conducted. In this instance, the Question: Why are constructionfirms
last full-scale wage survey Was and job shops excluded?

held two years ago. Answer: Because their work is

Question: Who runs a full-scale typically intermittent and sea-

wage survey? '. I sonal; they do not pay fringe

Answer: A committee composed ; benefits; or, in other words, con-
of representatives of each CO of ditions of employment are not

DOOR PRIZES to be given away at the A nnual Meeting of the Jax Navy Federal Credit naval activities in the area which similar to Navy employment.
Union on January 18 are admired by CU President Roland Byrd and Manager Norman Clive. employ civilians.
The prizes include a Motorola portable TV and stand; Remington Pump shotgun; Poloroid camera;
set of golf clubs, bag and balls; portable typewriter; electric blanket; ladies watch; man's watch; Question: How are pay rates
cigarette lighter clock; electric razor; fishing rod and reel; two TV tray sets and four transistor obtained from private firms? Vels Admin. Gives

radios. _ _ _ _ Answer: Employees are selec-
- ted by CO's to serve as data Warning on GI

Military Pay Hike Plan collectors. These employees will

visit Jacksonville firms and obtain Home TradeInsVeterans
rates on jobs comparable to

Given Navy jobs.Question.
Highest PriorityPreparation
FOR RENT planning to use
: What firms are con-
GI guaranteed homes "trade-
Unfurn 2 bdrm, 2 bath apt, $65 per on
of proposed legislation for a military pay mo; 3880072. tacted? in" deals for newer or larger

increase has been given the highest priority within the Department Marguette 3883043.Ave-Unfurn apt, $55 per Answer: All larger industrial homes were cautioned today by

r--n. of__ Defense_ ___n__ bv_." Secretary- ., McNamara. mo.lake; 'Shore-Unfurn, 2 bdrm house, firms in this area are contacted. the Veterans Administration that
The Assistant Secretary of Defense -1 $70 per mo.; EV 84956. Question: Is a pay raise as- they can still be held responsiblefor
for Manpower, Norman S. Russian Language Timuquana Rd.-Unfurn 3 bdrm house, sured from Jax survey? any claims resulting from
Paul, has established a Task $85 per mo.; EV 98319. mortgage defaults on the old
Answer If the shows
Post St.-Furn, 3 rm and 1 bath apt, survey a
Force on Military Compensationto Classes OfferedActive $75 per mo.; EV 75457. sufficient increase in private rates property.B. .
perform ,the many tasks nec- Lake Shore-Furn apt, $50 per mo.; since the last wage-change sur- J. Gannon, Officer in Charge,
essary in this project. EV 94275. a corresponding increase Administration Office
duty military personnelare Morka Drive Mobile home, furn.; vey Veterans
THE TASK FORCE will develop being offered a beginnerscourse SP 1.1121. will be given Navy ungraded em- Jacksonville, explained that examination -
the .legislation required to in the Russian language.The Boone Park-Furn, 3 rm apt.; EV 98762. ployees and supervisors. of GI Mortgage foreclosures -
implement military compensation USAFIat Boone Park-Furn, 2 rm apt.; EV 9-8762.
course is sponsored by Question: Who decides whe- has shown instances
Furn apt, Navy couple EV 82677.
after approval by the
no cost to the student and Unfurn house, near NAS, $45 per mo.; ther a wage increase is justified? where veterans conveyed title
President and the Secretary of teaches the essentials of reading, SP 11142. and a GI mortgage balance to
Defense.It writing and speaking the Russian Unfurn, 2 bdrm house, $60 per mo.; Answer: The Under Secretaryof builders and sellers as tradeinson
EV 98357. the Navy, based on technical
will serve as a center where
language.The homes with other than GI
approved -
information in support of the Lake Shore-Unfurn 2 bdrm house, $60 report from his Office of Indus-
instructor Glass is The holders
Harry mo. EV 9-8357. financing. or
per ;
proposed pay bill can be collected a native born Russian who has Murray Hill-Widow to share furn trial Relations and recommendations subsequent purchasers defaultedon
prior to and during Congressional been teaching at NAS Jacksonville home with couple; EV 9-9967. from the Navy Wage Com the payments, leaving the original -
Furn, 2 bdrm $75 mittee.
Committees. apt per mo.;
since 1959. veteran-buyer liable for the
Three other Government departments CH 9-2721. Question: If an increase is indicated
Classes will commence on Feb Lake Shore-furn, 3 rm apt, $85 per resulting claim.Veterans .
Treasury, for the ruary 4 and continue for approximately mo.; EV 9-0738.. when will it become effective -
Coast Guard; Commerce, for six months. Interested Hamilton Street- 2 unfurn homes, $70 ? contemplating using
U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey per mo.; EV 84956. their GI homes as.. trade-ins
personnel be enrolled in Answer: Under the provisionsof
may Lake Shore-Unfurn, 2 bdrm house, should consult the VA Regional
and Health Education and Wel-
Building 955 1st deck north Public Law 85-872, if
$60 per mo.; EV 9-8357. any pay
Office for advise and instruct-
fare, for the U. S. Public Health wing, between the hours of 1800- Algonquin Ave-furn, 3 rm, 1 bath adjustments result from this sur- .
Service will work with the 2100, Monday, February 4. apt, 2814 Algonquin Ave. vey, they must be put into effect ions, Gannon said.
task force. For further information contact FOR SALE no later than the first pay' Where the VA can approve the
HEADING THE GROUP is Richard Petersen, DT1, Extension 3 bdrm house, $300 equity; SP 13658. period beginning forty-five days prospective purchaser of the GI
Army Col. Leo E. Benade, who 8183. extension Cedar Hills 396.-3 bdrm house, J. A. Barry, after ordering the survey, exclud- guaranteed mortgage, an official

was staff Director for the Defense THIS 'N' THAT ing Saturdays and Sundays. release can be granted by the
Study on Military Compensation VA which absolves the original
Wives MeetJax
Navy Lost Slide Rule, yellow, brown Question: Who determines
set up early this year leather Roberts which firms will be contacted? veteran-buyer of any subsequent
by Secretary McNamara. The report Navy Wives Club #88 held case Jerry at O&R ext-
8384. Answer: The list of firms is foreclosure claims.
of the study group and its the first meeting of the year on
recommended legislative propo- Wednesday, January 2 at the

sals are now being considered by Dewey Park Clubhouse.
the President's! Panel on FederalS Following the installation of
lary Systems.Honesty Mrs. Dot Voisen as the newest $4 + k *; *) V4
member the regular order of
business was set aside for election -
Nets Lt.
of officers for 19C3. Elected

were: Mrs. Nan Wernet, Presi-
Happy HolidaysA dent; Mrs. Ruth Reese, Vice-

President; Mrs: Doris Rhodes, _
Marine officer was able to Treasurer; Mrs. Sue Day, Re-
enjoy a happier Christmas due to cording Secretary; Mrs. Josephine
the honesty of J. C. Jones, ADJ1, Burgess, Corresponding Secre-

of the O&R Department's Acceptance tary; Mrs. Ruth Skapyak, Parliamentarian -
and Transfer Branch. and Mrs. Carol Bran-
First Lieutenant J. E. Flahertyof nan, Chaplain.
Marine Helicopter Medium Installation of the new officers
Squadron 265 delivered a UH- will be at the Robert Meyer Ho-
34D to NAS for overhaul on December tel on January 26th at 1900.

12, after normal working Reservations are being taken by

hours. Mrs. Mary Franklin at EV 8-6298 :

Prior to his departure Lt. until January 23. NEW FIRE TRUCK-New type airplane fire fighting and rescue truck, the MB-1A currently
Flaherty lost his wallet contain- A special meeting will be heldon being tested by the Navy was demonstrated here before the holidays. It has power steering, power
ing over $300. Jones found the January 16, at the Dewey brakes, a driver's seat dead center flanked by two reserve men on each side. It discharges foam a!
a rate of 6,000 gallons per minute from two forward nozzles and in addition has a 400-pound unit
wallet and returned it to the Ma- Park Clubhouse, at 1930. All en-
amidships that discharges purple "K", a dry chemical capable of extinguishing large aircraft
rine. listed wive invited. fires independently of the foam system.

i .