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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 21, 1960
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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I PETTY OFFICER EXAMS SLATED NEXT MONTHA i'' I


lot of books are being tested for four enlisted pay Personnel recommended to should be good for persons Reserve In the near future
, studied as some 576 recom- grades. While 171 have been participate In' testing should taking the February tests, ac- after rounding out their 20
mended applicants prepare to recommended to,take tests for muster outside the Education cording to reports issued by. years of service.
take semi-annual fleet-wide advancement to third class Office, Building 955 (lower Navy officials late last year.: Some 22 ratings are said to
competitive examinations for petty officer, 105 are going up deck, north side) at 0730 with Best news should go to have an "excellent" chance of
advancement In rate for enlisted for E-5, 132 to E-6 and 158 Identification cards and in uni- those going up for E-7. The making from 70 to 100 percent
men early next month. to E-7. form of the day. 1960 CPO promotions may almost promotions among the CPO
Test date for candidates for Date for E-4 exams have Since candidates have been double the 4987 ad- testpassers.No .
first class petty officer is only been set for Thursday, Feb. 4. assigned numbered examinations vancements resulting from the rates will be closed and
three weeks away-tests for Tests will be administered to alphabetically, personnel chief exams of February, 1959. even the rates in which the
other rates are sooner. E-5 candidates Tuesday, Feb. should fall in in single file, This b due in part to the increasingly Navy has adequate numbers
NAS Jax I&E Office has 9, E-6's, Thursday, Feb. 11, alphabetically. large number of will be given "token" assign- I.
listed names of persons to be and E-7's, Tuesday, Feb. 2. Promotion opportunities men transferring to the Fleet ments.


Night SchoolAt -. a




To NavymenA JU Boon J1)X) *Ifs 1:




,, -.. miiiin immimmm iyjuiii[
good opportunity for per-
sons stationed at NAS Jax to

get a college education, says Vol. 17 No. 44 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville,'Florida 21 January 1960 1\\
Ltjg( ) Harry Klein, Station i
Education Officer, is to attend ':v!
night classes at ,Jacksonville i
University. '

The university, located on I
Chaseville Rd. in Jacksonville's
Arlington district, is being attended srv 3sc

by personnel representingall ( )
branches of the service. Persons
attached to NAS Jax and associated -

commands compose a large
segment of the night student
population at JU:

THE NAVY leads all services
with number of students current

ly enrolled, with 25 attending
(under tuition aid program), the
registrar says. Others include

seven Marines, .two soldiers and
C\ \7 -
two airmen.

Navy personnel attending JU

represent There are six nine from area NATTCenter commands., ((: : ::: "I 5)i

five from VA-44, three from NAS Ii. "
Jax, three from CIC School at :
NAAS Brunswick, Ga., two from )S j' I
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NARTU, and one each from VW- (;, :: ':>r::$. .;>"+:' ::::47.: ::;}ii.' ; :S- "''HR''' "Y""' '" : ;::9:': '''''<< (
STUDYING AT JU-Two NAS Jax enlisted men, Joe Ferranti
4, VP-5, FaeTuLant-Two, and
ADC, of NATTCenter Special Services and Sgt.
Cecil Field. Enienza, of MAD discuss a physical science lesson prior
Classes convene Monday and beginning of a class at Jacksonville University. The sophomore
Thursday evenings from 1845 to pair are among a number of military men taking
of night courses offered at JU under tuition aid program.
(Please turn to Page 6 CoL 1)) Ferranii father of six, has attended night classes at JU
1957, Sgt. Entenza formerly attended JU as a day student.

School
Leadership Alert Security

Graduates 27 En

King Hall EventFirst Plays Important Role ,,

NATTCenter Leadership Ten-SHUN! Ri FACE! Foord, HARCH! By ri

School class of 1960 graduated HARCH! To rear, HARCH! Com-pnee, HALT!"
Monday in ceremonies at King Those could be orders administered by M/Sgt.
Manes of NAS Marine Barracks, j
Hall. Capt. Robert J. Fleming,I are also trained to use the
commanding officer of the Center, as he commands two platoons of '
presented certificates and gave sailors in weekly drills of the (Please turn io Page 6, Col. ) ( )

the address. Station's Alert Security Force, .. .. ,.. ..,
formerly known as Naval Emer- .'.. ..... .".:'.:.:.;..'. ... .. .,.:',:.. .. ... ""d..:<..'": ..;.,' i '"'. .
Honor student was Cloy Seg- :,' :;: '
Ground Defense Force. ":.;/ :. .
gency
rest, AOI. Other students were:

Abner Dawson, AE2 Louis Han- THE 90 "WHITEHATS" com- ',. ,,,t>, ,.
cock, AE1, James Hutchinson, posing the local unit are non-
AQI, Tommy Stanley, AE1 Paul rated and rated men from every "' !
Vacarro, AE1, Leo Bernhardt, department on the Station. Mem- 9 k
AO1, George Gladbach, MA3, bers range from E-2's to second .Jz

John Morris, YN1, Thomas Bust- class petty officers.An ,, 11 :
f : f5 U
0 f4tt U
in, ATI John WadeAN William

Dunkley, AMI, Ronald Dean, gency extremely force, ASF important is one of emer-the '$0 I$14 $ N M I* tUUt,: ilf:.;. I
AE1, William McClure, AE1,
best organized groups on the
Ralph Wilson, AE1, James Vin- .5:
in which
Station. Drills, every :
son, AO1, Harold Forrest AT1, .
member is required to attend, fS ..
Aaron Smith, YN1, John Cloud, t
are conducted every Wednesdayfrom
GFAN Homer SF1 Bil- :f
Murray, ,
;hxyr ..
1300 to 1500. >
ly Renke, TD2, Charles Bunch, f/7.!:!4r.asr r d ,;;:'Y 9. .5' d';
SN and Phil Parker PN2. Heading ASF is Col. Duane r Yh'SS's} : ;r, ,,
7.:{! {f'Yfvy.: ;;FYi. '; r'H/rf'%y.r'ri: I .
Fultz, commanding officer of the f r
with the 23 NATTCenter
Along -
lYf's :
fY fl'yi'ff''i
Marine Barracks, assisted by .arS3? $.iS..qy' ff f' .: !r>'S4s.f' r.: > / > ; y 4.r1 b v< yG r a q'SL x'Lr,
v
graduates, four petty officers 'cy'y' +':: / :
Capt. R. T. MacPherson.ASF pr/5 / y5 a .fxJ/K9a yf. 6> Nr ci 4 < .43kk au ls .
from NARTU Jax also received fy}er. :ra ;ad W: ?' !ff Sri ; : lfl
'W' % yjq:RY +y'{ /'Jj f yrS4 59 i Kf .
certificates for attending the TAKES precedence over i / f i6 nd Y

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school. all other duties. Personnel assIgned n6rk5.6% / n.Yd: They were: Fred Roberts,ADI, to it are trained in riot ASF AT PRESENT ARMS-The Station's Alert Security Force, accompanied by Marine detachment -
stands at present arms at one of Us weekly drills. Capt. R. T. MacPherson, of Marine
William Thorne, YN2, Harry and mob control and close order
Barracks, heads the platoons. One of the best organized groups on the Station, the force drills
Trainor, ADI, and Ernest Fried- drill, traffic control and preven- each Wednesday from 1300 io 1500. Some 90 Whitehall, both nonrated and rated, compose the
mann, ADI. tion of looting and sabotage. They unit. It was formerly named the Naval Emergency Ground Defense Force.



21 January 1960
2 JAX AIR NEWSRaLIis. -
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USAFI TESTS Sizable Throng Turns Out



dO GIVEN Education AGAINThe Office, Build- For Credit Union MeetingA

HAS, Jac.bonU1e ing 955 has resumed all test-
Ctpt. J.mei R. Rtttty ........................................i....................... Commanding Officer crowd estimated at 750 persons turned out for
Comdr. Robert Nelson ......................................................................ExtcUtlv.! Officer ing and retesting of College large of the Jax Navy Federal Credit Union
NAB Six FI..t Air Jtckwnvlll and High School Level GED the annual meeting

Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig ......................................;.........,....................... Commander tests. Meeting in King Hall _last. Friday night.The .
Cipt. Gnytton H. ,Weber, ........,...................'.......................... Chief of Stiff, FilrJex Persons wishing retests must gathering proved to be I fer, O&R, Polaroid Land Camera
Capt. Nelson M. Head Chief of Staff, NAB Six lucky ticket
the USAFI certificate, for five
Fleet AIr Wing Ekven present profitable with Wink attachment; Frank

Capt. Robert M. Mllner ,........-;...........................\............?...................... CommanderCapt. indicating results of previous holders who, won door prizes. Jackson, AE1, AE-B School,
Charts L lambing .......................v.....:..........................;... Chief Staff Officer .testing, to the Education Office Big winner was Marcus Broom, Transistor Clock Radio and Mary
Naval Air Technical .Training Center at time of application. who won a portable TV
O&R
Capt. Robert J. Fleming ..,, Commanding Officer Hamilton, Weapons School,
Comdr.. Gerald R. Pearson ............................................................ Executive Officer Testing will be conducted set.OTHER Transistor Portable Radio.
Naval Hetpftal I weekdays from 0800 to 1630. WINNERS and theirgifts New members of the Board of

Capt. Alton C. Abernethy ........................................................ Commanding Officer No test will be started after John Greer Jr., O&R, ''and Credit
Capt. John G. Feder r..................;.....................................,............... Executive Officer were: I Directors Committeewere
NARTU 1330. automatic shotgun; Grace SandiSecurities selected. New members of

Capt. F. H. Holt .................................................................... Commanding Officer, the board are: Comdr. Henry J.
Comdr. H. Hudgint ......................................................r-,.., -_ Executive Officer r- Skipper, for two years; Cecil

Printed commercially with non-appropritted funds lit Jacksonville, Florida at no Acree, Comptroller Office Otis
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-95 Rev. July 1958. Beck, O&R and Andrew Carlson,
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet'Air Jacksonville, O&R, all for three year terms.
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital. NEW MEMBERS of the Credit
Service Information Officer .................... ,. Alex Mclnnla Jr. Committee chosen for three year
Assistant Service Information Officer ..... .v..........Andrew H. Plane/ li terms are: W. H. Sandifer, O&R
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters-Elaine Terrell; Ron Davis, AN Gene N i
JOSN. and Thomas Cowan, Public
Hagan Photographer-Joseph O'Brien, PH3. _
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material Works. Milton H. Eddings, O&R,
appearing in this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. .Photographs, was elected to serve for two
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photographs.
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone extensions years.
8164, 656, 272 or 216. Other business was conductedby
out-going president, Gordon
Editorial I King. King submitted a report

from Board of Directors, inform
ing members the Board had votedto
/sA Process
Learning pay a 4.2 dividend on Share
Savings and to give a five per-
We Should Not ResistThe ? cent interest rebate to members

who had a loan with the Credit

JLeLiIk1I .., Union in 1959 and whose accountwas
process of learning begins when one is born and continues
until he dies. If this were not so', the human race would have in good standing as of last
perished long before this. December 31.
New officers for the comig
Unfortunately most of this is '....'..nmm.. year
learning acquired subconsciously.More the
will be announced as soon as
the faces of
BELONG-Read the smiles
IT PAYS TO on
specifically, it is not of an academic nature. the winning ticket holders at annual meeting of the Jax Navy Board of Directors meets and

THE WORD "UNFORTUNATELY" IS used since, while one can Federal Credit Union last Friday at King Hall. Prize winners elects the slate.Armed.
were, back row, (lIght to right) Frank Jackson, AE1, with Iran-
'learn enough to stay alive, he often does not materially benefit sitor clock radio Mary Hamilton, transitor portable radio
either himself or others around him. Grace Sandifer, Polaroid Land Camera Marcus Broom, portableTV Forces
set, and John Greer, automatic shotgun. In front are girls
Navymen begin learning the day they enter the Navy, both who drew the stubs, Frances Breda (left) and Marsha McCor-.
consciously and unconsciously. This is required not only for mat- mick. v Day Scheduled
erial benefits such as rate advancement, but also because technol- '

I ogical developments require it for proper job performance. Classes Begin For May 21

MANY MEN HAVE A TENDENCY than
to study no more they
absolutely have to while others stop completely once they become Aboard[ Station Feb. 1 "Power for Peace" is the slogan -
chief petty officers. The retort may be. "What good will more for the eleventh annual Armed -
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education do me?" It may seem at the moment that one has all the Classes in securities and investments dents and civilian employees.The Forces Day to be held May 21,

material benefits he desires. But times change and so do men. aimed at the layman, series is to be conducted 1960, Defense Department an-
are scheduled to begin Monday, .
You may apply for a special school or duty. Or perhaps you Building aboard the Station by membersof nouncred.
in the
February 1, at 1600 of the
have the qualifications and suddenly decide to apply for a com. A. M. Kidder and Co., a local Washington will be site
200 topside conference room.
mission. Selection board members do not know you personally or firm. national kick-off of the traditional -
your ability to do a good job. The five-week course will be The course is to deal with both military week beginning May
held every Monday from 1600 to basic explanation of stocks and 14. Local commanders are urgedto
They do have records available, though, and they can establish continuation of the activities
1800 until investing as well as current schedule unit or post
your motivation by seeing how many courses you have completed.And all Arm-
to
series. Classes are open market trends. during the week preceding
too, upon completion of active duty you won't be hurt at all their
military personnel, depen- Advance registration for the ed Forces Day.
when you can furnish proof that your education has not been neg- -
lected. classes here promise a high Open house programs and community
MDBS Payment Due attendance. Similar courses I projects will feature the

ON THE FRONT PAGE OF THIS week's Jax Air News is a Mutual Death Benefit Society throughout the country have in- annual observance. The local

story on an enterprising group of servicemen from here who are members are reminded that assess- varibly seen high interest. programs should be designed to
furthering their education by attending classes at Jacksonville ment No. 131 is now due and give Americans and people of

University. payable by close of business CPO: "Are you really inde- other countries "a better understanding -

No one is too busy to continue his education. If you don't have February 2.Members. pendent in the Army?" of the personnel, equip-

time to attend regular classes, either military or civilian, there are are encouraged to Sgt.: "Certainly. You can go to ment and teamwork of the various -

correspondence courses. These can be either the regular Navy pay all assessments by check or work any time you like before' components of our Armed
type or USAFI coures that have long been an institution throughout money order. Positively no assess- seven in the morning and quit Forces."

the Armed Forces. Education is not acquired overnight. Why. ments can be accepted after the any time you choose after sevenin Other programs suggested may
put it off any longer? closing date. the evening." be educational exhibits, demon-
strations, air shows, parades,


I iihVA'fWfli I I It's Easier To Say It fast, Oris. Who? I'i in drilh social port, award affairs, meetings,ceremonies special, sports films, vessels events and,


similar activities.Sue .
There's nothing monotonous eskany; USS Oriskeny VI;USS who?"

Corner I ,about a mail clerk's 'Job on Ariskany;; USS Oridkany (WA- "Oriskany" derives from Mo- : "I believe my husband is

the carrier Oriskany. For diversion 34) ; USS Oristanry (CDA-34); hawk Indian dialect. "Oris" the most generous man In the
Navy Wives Club No. 86 met USS means 'a place of "
he can always turn to USS Iriskany; Griskany; nettles. world
recently at its Yukon Park Club- the strange variants of theship's USS Orvishany, and US S "Kany" means "on water." Jane: "How come?"

house. New officers were elected. name on the incomingmall. Oris Baney. In 1777 the Revolutionary Sue: "I gave him a and dozenneckties he

Selected for the new season General Nicholas Herkimer for Christmas
"In other words, says the took them down and gave
were: Doris Davis, president; defeated the British Barry St right
'
Pearl Smith, vice-president; June This includes the ship's official ship's paper, "the name of our Leger in the Battle of Oris- them to the Salvation. 'Army'

Shaver, corresponding secretary; mail. Correspondence addressed good ship is obscure. Few of kany, N.Y., forcing him to retreat .

Nancy Wernert, recording secre- the carrier has included us, if any, had an inkling of into Canada. The Oriskany's A bum stopped a man on the
tary; Vivian Wagner, treasurer, to what it meant or where it name commemoratesthat street. "Got six cents for a cup
and Mary Waldo, chaplain. such nifties as the fol- came from before we reported victory. of coffee, pardner?"
lowing: "Six cents?" asked the passerby. -
Monthly ward party at the aboard. Appropriately, the Oriskany's

Naval Hospital took place Janu- USS Oriskani; USS Orisk- It adds that the usual reac- ship's paper is "The Herkimer "Why, coffee Is a dime."

ary 12. Mrs. Robert Miller and aney; USS Orishany; USS Or-' tion among outsiders is"Oris- Herald. "So who buys retail?" said the
her committee were in charge. panhandler.Pig. .



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Rent I Iaxr i, l.tI;l\" 'tDm"} ;:' I:

41M1 \ : . .
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Two-room furn apt. Call EV 74213. ? yl'r .Itf '

Furn Apt 3 rooms, clean util furn, Born December 24 were: Vicky

adulti. $50.00 per mo. PH EV 8-6768. Gigi, to Sgt. and Mrs. Romalice
lake Shore cor, Hamilton and Mar Ellis; James Weldon Jr., to J, W.
clean, kit equip, floor
quetfe garage Griffith, EMI, and Mrs. Griffith;
furnace, water furn, screened porch $65 MMAMi M 1 1't 1i
per mo. Phone EV 8-4956. Glenn Russell, to George King,
Two-bdrm elec. kitchen, auto washer CS1 and Mrs. King; Mary Eliza-
connection fenced yard, excel cond. beth to LtJg( ) and Mrs. John

EV 8-9729. Kunkie; Carolyn Louise, to Paul
Ortega Foreit-3-Bdrm unfurn hit, Fla.
rm., 2\k baths, furn kit, near schools, i Myers, AE3, and Mrs. Myers, and
$150 month. 4720 Water Oak Lane. Call ?. Walter Louis III to W. L. Silcox,

EV 4-4872. II, AMS, and Mrs. Silcox.
5 rm. h..., unfurn, fenced yeard near
NAS-4343 Colonial Ave. EV 1377. December 25 saw arrival of:

3 bdrm. h.., unfurh, in Lake Shore. Harold, born to Edward Briscoe,
$80 month. Ev 94911. : \ CS3, and Mrs. Briscoe; Pamela
Will Share furn home with
tingle lady
Sue, to Jimmy Brown, AK2, and
or couple. All mod cony. Neer NAS.
Call evenngt, EV 95031. Mrs. Brown; Michael James to
For Rent or Sale : : Sgt. and Mrs. Jimmy Carson;

3 bdrm unfurn hit, Ig. livrm with fireplace Robert Edward to A2/c. and
297 Belford St. $70 month, call FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION Mrs. Jimmy Carter; Leviticus,
EL 61820. Jr., to Al/c. and Mrs. L. Seals;
4 rm unfurn h.., 2 porches, gar. Skid-
Charles Edward Jr, to C. E.
$60 month. 292 Belford St. call EL
61820. LOYALTY more,'SN, and Mrs. Skidmore and

Odds 'n' Ends David Paul, Jr., to D. P. Stuard,
Io
'Liar .UIIV'
Found Man's watch at Hgr 140 A"OCIA"ON AN, and Mrs. Stuard.
contact Chief Norris, ext 508. '\ U N f December 26 welcomed arrivalof
Ride Wanted-from Goodwin and Park \\U /
George Albert, to Martin
Sti to NAS. Hri. 08001630. Contact
Mitt Yurtinui, Legal Office, ext. 789. O tC ij Burke, SWECN, and Mrs. Burke;
Additional rental and for sale Carol Ann, to Ltjg( ), and Mrs.

information may be obtained by (Local branches-91 and 126. John Hennessey; David, to Wal-

contacting the Dependents In. Secretary, Branch 126 is Wilson ter Kemp, ENS, and Mrs. Kemp,

/ormatio Center at the Main Sandefer, EV 9-8061, work phone and Kim Alene, to Al/c and
Gate, Building 13, extensions 8605or extension 8516.) Mrs. David DeWain Parmer.
8606. Sandra Elizabeth daughter of
Branch 126 has scheduled its i 1iEk' !! U S Sgt. and Mrs. James Moodywas
regular monthly meeting tonightat
AEA) School Graduation lone arrival on December 27.
the Meeting Hall in Yukon.A _ _
Honors Shared Pair Four boys were born December
By I
report is expected on the 28. They were: Steven Ray, to

Honors at Aviation Electrician'sMate New Year's Eve Ball. President Bobby Briggs, PR2, and Mrs.
}: f? r
;
School, Class A, were shar- of the corporation, Shipmate ', ''" !.}ri Y T:a:: ;,: 23''; '' R Briggs; Michael Dwayne, to Otha
ed last week William Mich- Midgett, is expected to make a uek : ..... :>hn'?; :. ?}}:,;.,. ..... ...".'.:...... .. .....m Smelser, ACWAN, and Mrs.
by report on recent clearing of land THEN AND NOW What used to be the NATTC.nl.r Smelser; Dennis Wayne to Harry
aels, AEIAA, of Berlin, N.Y., and I I for proposed site of a home for Nary Exchange is now Just a leveled area of cement, (upper
Wright, TD2, and Mrs. Wright,
photo.) Fire consumed the building on the) morning of June 11,
Earl Shockney, AEMAN, of York, the Branch. razing the structure and extensively damaging its contents in and Richard Clarence Zacke, AM3

Pa. .Congratulations to two : the worst blaze erer on the Station. The Exchange, located on and Mrs. Zacke.
go Child St.. contained a restaurant, retail store, hobby shop,
Michaels has orders to Quonset Dranch: members who made E-7 barber ship, laundry bowling alleys, Western Union office, On Decmber 29 Clarence Eugene
Point while Shockney is to go this month. They are Walt John- country tore and warehouse area. No plans have been made to Jr., was born to C. E.

to Naval Air Development Cen- son, AECA, and Sam Culver, reconstruct the building. Cooley, EM2, and Mrs. Cooley;
I AECA. Mischelle Ann, to Allen DeMarre,
ter, Johnsville, Pa.
Ladies Auxiliary of 126 is to When Swallowing A Mouse AN, and Mn. DeMarre; Billy Lee,

f ., conduct a birthday celebration at to Robert Sherman, SA, and Mrs.

:f;, Riverside Lions Club, February Sherman to Lt( ; and Robert Mrs. Frederick R. F. Weiland Jr.,
jg)
27. Dress is to be semi-formal. Harried Housewife Is TopsBy ,
and Yvonne Marie, to Elmer
N Three dollars a couple will guar-
: Winter, PN1, and Mrs. Winter.
'. antee admittance. Tickets are the way, has anything oddor
herself face to face with a mouse Seven little dependents just
unusual happened to you
available from member of
any lately? Something really freak- that seemed as startled as she I made it before the new year.

FAFRA. ish? Have you, for example, lost was.She Those born December 30 were:
i. Unit 126 is presently assistingthe your dress in traffic to a passing opened her mouth wide to I Marlene Susanne, to Sgt. and

New March of Dimes cam- stranger? scream. The mouse jumped in. Mrs. Juan Casas; Pamela Jean,

paign by selling tickets for hob- Or has a house run into your She swallowed. That did it. I to Reynold Chase, PTl, and Mrs.
?) car? Or have you ever been shot Moral: Always keep your trap Chase; Keith Owen, to William
""x'" .. by horse rides at Atlantic Mills. shut! '
1 Gosnell, AOC, and Mrs. Gosnell
.." by a car? Have you, perchance, ;
All profits go to the Dimes Drive. swallowed a live mouse? In Zealand, Mich., Richard I'Mark Eric, to Crawford Johnson,

.. +Nr. Nothing like this happened to Machielle was in the bathtub AB2, and Mrs. Johnson; Craig

::f.kfy: :: 5J g : you in 1959 What a dull year when the phone rang. He hopped I Royce to Ltjg( ) and Mrs. Royce
you've had. i hasitly out, slipped, cracked his Lyles; Richard Alan to Charles

Coun- shoulder, painfully answered the Pascal, HN, and Mrs. Pascal, and
THE NATIONAL
... ,......, ,._..,.,.., ,. ,,,. .. .,.. .. Safety
:<:;:;: ;; ;>>: :"" ";.x." .JoAV""; "" 'w' cil's annual roundup of freak insistent bell. It was a cheery Thomas Samuel, to Wallace Wil-
SUPPLY-Personality for Jan- : insurance salesman to offer hoite, BT1, and Mrs. Wilhoite.
.::.:j accidents has turned up not only calling I
W. AKC.
uary is A. Sopkowiak,
Below, right is Supply Em- the foregoing oddities, but many a home accident policy. I

ployee of last month, James more. AIR MARSHAL William Mac- Scout's Cookie
Leggett Jr.Sopkowiak. Donald, commander-In-chief of
Miss June Sandy, a highly I
I proper young lady of 17, was British Air Force in the Middle Sale BeginsIt's

Gets riding' her bike demurely down East, and a crack pistol shot, that time again! The an-
the crowded main street of high- lined up runners in the RAF
: I nual sale of Girl Scout cook-
Supply HonorsA. ly proper Whitstable, England, cross-country race in Nicosia, ies is in full swing with seven
when a passing motor scooter Cyprus. "On your mark get
H. Sopkowiak, AKCA, has brushed against her. Whoosh! set ," he called, then pulledthe troops participating in door-
been chosen .Supply Personalityof :'" i:. ., J ti trigger and shot himself in to-door sales at housing aboard
I
dress
: There 'went Miss Sandy's
the Station and in Dewey Park.If .
Month for January. : I :
Sopkowiak the or "Ski" as he's ...:..:.;.:. .::::;..;:....'.;..:,:;::1..,.:;.'.". .,.4.. ..;::::i::1: down the street on the scooter.Mort the When foot. you don't get a chance to
Air Force Warrant Officer Earl Williams'
best known, is assigned to Fleet .,<,t. <.:'.::i:'...;.:.;;;.' :.. ,-_.- ": ..A...j Schechter, driving in Anchorage, dropped his nickel in a hopefully. pinball I order before end of the month,
Section of Program you can purchase them from
Program Alaska during a windstorm, had machine in Springfield O. the
Forrestal Lake Champlain and ,
Branch of Supply order booths to be set up on
Management I!
his struck by a 14-foot machine not only lit but blew
Essex, and holds letters of com- car up, the Station at time of deliv-
Dept. mendations from commanding aluminum boat which had sailed up. It took 15 stitches to put I'
His outstanding personal efforts ery, March 5-19.
of other military officers of Essex and VF-22 for nearly half a block before it Williams back together again.
and leadership Mrs. E. W. Scantlebury is
of crashed through Schechter'swindshield. Firemen said the machine
his supervisionhave outstanding performance duty. was
under
personnel chairman of the sale. Orderscan
factors in While aboard the Essex, he full of fumes from a car battery I
been significant be placed with her at extension -
reducing the average rate of participated in operations incid- LAST THING in the world being recharged nearby, and that 330.
aircraft andin ent to the Lebanon crisis in July Mrs. Florence Hill of Denver Williams' nickel triggered an .
grounded (AOCP) The drive is backed by the
reducing number of items and August of 1958. He was Initiated planned to do was what she did electrical current which touched I! United Fund. A portion of
in the Ancient Order of do. Entering the kitchen to see off the explosion. He's pitching
aircraft.
causing AOCP monies derived from the sale
Native of St. Cloud, Minn., the Deep, Imperium Neptune why her, dog was barking, 'Mrs. pennies. at cracks for excitement goes to the troops.
"Ski" has served aboard USS Regis, in October 1958. Hill switched on the light to jid I now. I



21 January 1960
4 JAX AIR NEWS



Service Families Helped By With TheToastmasters



New March Of Dimes Drive '11

One out of every four persons treated In the nation's I Z At Thursday's meeting of Mar

hospitals for polio is a member of the Armed Forces, a vet- Nav 2280, everyone was taken by
surprise when handed a blank
eran or dependent of an armed services member.The I
All events were impromptu -
program.
New March of Dimes, be-
THE BATTLE against crippling I and each member received -
ing conducted this month, brings
even more benefits to Armed birth defects, arthritis and polio I his assignment in a sealed
is being waged the three envelope.
in on
Forces and veterans' families I
fronts that led to National Riley Collins was chairman of
the fight against crippling birth V
defects and arthritis. Foundation development of Salk : I the evening with Bill Kellogg
vaccine and the conquest of l toastmaster. Hal Higgins was assigned -
FULL SUPPORT through vol- _
polio-patient aid, research and as topic-master.
untary contributions from mili-
professional education.The I First speaker was Willy Miller,
tary and civilian personnel of the L
new March of Dimes is talking on the kind of program
Armed Forces in the Jacksonvillearea s I
supporting development of a live- he'd like to attend. Phil Burn-
is being urged for the Drive.
virus polio vaccine that may ham spoke on "What Toastmasters
Capt. Macy G. Martin, Senior
Dental Officer of NAS Jax and prove when licensed for use, lAs Done For Me," then Jerry
cheaper, more effective and easierto Huskin gave advise in his speech
ComFair Jax, is chairman of use than the Salk vaccine. __..,., ,_ _._ ___._._._ _n__-.-_____ "What I Would Do To Make
the Armed Forces Activities NEW LDO AT CENTER-Ensign Francis Nelson gets an
The impact on the Armed donned hit officer uniform for This a Better Club."
Committee for the campaign. assist from wife, Pat, after he
Forces of the expanded programof the first time. Ensign Nelson. promoted this month from GFC MarNav 2280 will celebrate its
Chief Warrant Officer Lester The National Foundation under the Limited Duty Officer Program, will leave in Februaryfor third birthday tonight (Thurs-

Cunningham of the NAS Jax against birth defects and arthritisis Newport, R. I. for seven-weeks LDO training. After that, w'a day) at Charlie's Restaurant on

Dental unit, is serving as his indicated by the large portionof due to report to VF-142 at Miramar Calif. Highway 17 south.

assistant. .. ......._.__. .. -
afflicted -- -----
our population by ... Any male citizen over 21 years

these cripplers. Y y old and of good moral character,
Federal Employee ONE OUT of every 16 childrenin > \ and interested in bettering his

the U. S. is born with a signi-! speaking ability, is urged to at-

Program On TV ficant birth defect and a total of tend.

11 million Americans suffer from .

Services rendered by Federal arthritis or rheumatic disease in Tuesday's meeting of Navy

civil service emplees in the Jack- one form or another. Civilian Toastmasters at Karl

sonville area were brought to New March of Dimes cannisters c rlellenthal's Restaurant was dedicated -

light by two Naval Air Station have been placed throughout the in honor of C. Aubrey

employees in a special TV pro- Station. When you see one of Silvey, charter member, who

gram via WFGA-TV, (channel these containers, please remem- }{ passed away last week.

12)) Tuesday. ber the valuable help that can be Silvey, who served as the club's
derived from contribution.Employees .
Appearing on behalf of the your first: educational vicepresidentand
10,000 Federal employees in the J'4> later as administrative vice-

area were Michael Cascone, Em- Can president, was employed at Area

ployee Relations Superintendent, Wage and Classification Office at

and Doug King, supervisor in NAS since '1946.

O&R and president of Local No. Assist Passive Van Norman engineered a

11, National Association of Super- table topics forum that had partof

visors, Department of Defense. Defense Force the membership as diedinthe -

The two appeared in conjunc- Preparedness is no longer a wool Communists trying to

tion with 77th anniversary this word reserved just for a Boy sell their way of life versus typi-

week. of founding of the Federal Scout motto-it can and shouldbe cal Americans who were asked

Civil Service Act. the motivating force for all t6 refute the Communists' argu-

A representative of the Post who would survive in this atomic ...- ments.
Office Department will make a FROM ENLISTEDS TO ENSIGNS-Other units aboard the Max Suter blasted our modern
similar I age.The NAS Jax Passive Defense Station also have enlisted men going to Ensigns this month. methods of teaching children in
WJXT
appearance on Above Cmdr. John Coonan executive
officer of Patrol Squadron 5. "
Force has been in his talk on "Education; Steve
(Channel 4)) next Wednesday developed accordance presents sword and congratulations to Ensign Glenn Coulter on
I with public laws and his recent promotion. In lower photo, new Ensign shoulder Walsh warned of too much em-
morning on the Open House\Defense Department directives. boards are put on Ensign Stanley Sumara by his wife, Dorothy, phasis on science and not enoughon
program. The programs were arranged The Force, though, is lacking in recent ceremonies at the office of NAS Jax commanding of- humanities in his "Science
I ficer, Capt. James R.
through the Community many skills that only civilian ::.....-.,_"' ._ _-Reedy.... ___ ,,_._ _'_U_' '_' '_W_'_'_'_' Alone Is Not the Key to a Cold
Relations branch of the NAS, employees of the Station can War Victory;" Marv Blumberg

Service Information Office. | provide. -l lI called for more voluntary parti-
I| Assignment of civilians to the cipation in youth work in

..-.--.-.-"Passive Defense organization is "Brother, Can You Spare the

through a voluntary system only. Time," while Bill Clearman dis-

To give each worker the oppor- gres3ed on a man who used the
.rMY tunity to participate in Passiveor p highway and his car to prove
s ,
Ct}k0 Ydi+aDC'y# ; :C1 Y Civil Defense functions Industrial Friend
4tq q } his superiority in "My
Relations is distributingforms Jack."

to each department this Speakers were able to make

week. their own constructive criticismsby
Instructions for completing the hearing their speeches played

forms will accompany each one. : back via a tape recorder Toastmaster -

Every employee will neeed to( was Andy Planey.
complete a form and give to his :N.acSfa:2c: ::: ;uYV:; {;.

immediate supervisor, indicating

whether participate.he does or does not wishto Capt. Farkas


Supervisors, heads of depart- New Mayport
t' ments, IRD officials and NAS I
tx4 k by t { Plans Office, extension 313, are ..i.iInS'ervice

available to answer employees' CommanderCapt.
questions concerning completionof FHA Loans Are ExplainedServicemen
Robert E. Farkas has assumed -
these forms. may still be eligible -' command of Mayport

for a second Certificate of i' sarily continuous, and certify that Naval Station, relieving Capt. F.
The operator was about to Eligibility for an FHA In-Ser- I he requires housing. W. Brown in appropriate cere-
close the doors of the crowded vice mortgage loan. ,, It is possible to obtain more monies. last week.
elevator when a tipsy gentleman than ,one Certificate but the
Under terms of such loan serI -
a Capt. Farkas reports here from
pushed his way in. I ices will not be liable for
a
as reported in SecNav Instruction pre- duty as executive officer of NAS
As the car started up, he triedto vious one. .
1741.4B, the service will pay Corpus Christi, Tex. He is a na-
turn around to face the door, | Termination of eligibility is on ,
insurance tive
mortgage premiums on of Miami, Fla.
x but was wedged in so tightly her death, seperation from active
loans insured by FHA so longas Among his duty stations have
couldn't The other duty (except for
move. reenlistment
pas- the serviceman is on active ), ; been aboard the USS Milwaukee,
sengers stared into his bloodshot I retirement desertion, termination
.3 duty. of Scouting, Squadron 60, as a stu-
r' ownership of
with embarrassment. the
--. ... .. -- eyes ''Requirements for Certificate of.failure to property, dent at General Line School, duty
CALLING ALL Finally, when the general occupy for reasons with Chief of Naval
ROMEOS- Eligibility are that the service-I( other than Operations,
Dancer Juliet Prows a lent strain became unbearable, the active military service orders Operations Officer at Barbers
man' be currently on duty;
sparkle to Frank Sinatra's lat- tipsy man cleared his throat and serviceman's requiest, and Point, Hawaii, and executive and
est Sunday,TV show. For Juliet, said, "I expect you're all wonder- have served on active duty for administrative determination of I II
I Operations officer of the USS
who hails from England, it I
was
a video debut. ing why I called this meeting more than two years, not neces- ineligibility. Philippine Sea.Page .



21 January 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5


SHORT 4I



CHIPSPlans

1 1i.
for converting all the I b

lax ,Navy golf course greens to :;.
Tifton 328 have been set in mo-

tion with acquisition of the grass. Fliers Winning Streak SeenPeriled

This grass has been placed In

E the golf course grass nursery

(where it will be growing and ex- By Trio Of Foes

panding until time for planting.An .

orderly schedule for con- The Jax Navy Fliers will be crossing a dangerous pro
[verting to the new grass is i } cipice when they embark tonight (Thursday) on a tough as-'!

[planned as follows: J paNt nails three-night home ,stint against a trio of rugged service

Work is to start about this fives with the Green Cove Bullets starting things off witha

tie on temporary greens. This visit to Mainside gym at 2000 tonight.
fG
t k
(ill require planting additional With no chance for breath
Dorman's 20 points paving the
ass, fertilizing and mowing to catching, the Fliers face Whiting
Desired size. way to a 77-70 victory at the
,3 Field here Friday night, followedby
In February, work will be a home encounter with Pensacola's South Carolina port city.

ed to prepare top soil for Goslings Saturday even- Rouse and Bob Gadson, a fast-

nverting permanent greens. ing. improving newcomer, meshed the
March should see the purchasef s cords for 17 and 16 point per-
| necessary material to kill old THE FLIERS registered their formances respectively. Don Tebo,
eighth consecutive victory Sat- with 22, was high point man fob
ass on greens, requiring a
specs -
chemical gas and plastic cov- ir4\ urday at Hunter AFB with a 78- the, losers.
\ 64 conquest of the Air Force
s. Glynco CIC School of Bruns-
Jack Dorman's 17 pointsled
crew. .
j Pins will be moved from per- wick, Ga. fell to the Fliers last
anent to temporary greens and t: sa Jax Navy scorers. Thursday night, 72-40. Dorman

ttual labor will be started on Warren Rouse, who with Dor- had 23 points for the,winners.
nverting to Tifton 328 about a man is a holdover from last
pril 8. FAST BOARD ACTION-Earl Richardson, ((15)) of Jax Navy 'year's club, registered 16 tallies JAX NAVY ((77))
and Mel Sturms, ((39)) of Glynco CIC School, wrestle for ball off while coach Dick Savage melted 'I FO n TP
(If you have news on golf acuity the backboard during heated action In lad week's Flier.Glynco Dorman 8 4 20
the cords for 14 markers.
of persons aboard the Sta- basketball game at Mainside gym. Richardson made good a two 4 0 8
Shppard
contact Jax Air News Sports hand push shot Just seconds after the picture was taken. Jax JAX NAVY had defeated a 17
'sk extension Navy won the game 72.40. leading throughout the tilt. The Route 6 5
216 Charleston MinLant
or Comdr. locals, with eight straight wins, face three rugged opponents in good-looking Sterns 4 0 8 ,
I Koressel, extension 605.) the next three nights.VA44 quintet the previous night, with Godson 5 6 16Savange

2 8
3
IH CRACKERJAX Issues Loud Little League Tryouts CHARLESTON ((70))

Currently UnderwayAll Thompson 10 0 20

DROP PAIRary boys between ages of 8-12, Beechman 6 0 12
I To VW4'I
Hazen netted 17 tal- Challenge and who will not have reached Styles i 5 2 12

and Pat Yeaton 12 in lead- their 13th birthday before August, Marks .7 0 14

_ I Pepsi Cola to a 64-30 de- am serving warning, as of right now, to VW-4 that it is are eligible for Little League Tebo 8 6 22

Ion over the Jax Navy NOT going to capture the Iron Man Trophy the next six baseball. Tryouts are'' being held Cote 0 0 0Fliers'

('ickerjax last week at Jack- months if we have anything to say about it." daily in the Dewey Park Play-

_' .Gym in City League ac- These words, which resounded ground between 1700-1800 and at FaringsO
I_ loud and clear at the semi-an- MIKE H 0 USER, director of 1300 on weekends.For FO FTAFTMM. TP AVB.
athletics and recreation for Duval
*:Jan" Forstal was high point- sports banquet at the main further information, con- Dormen 14 98 34 20 58 216 15.3
,_, for the Crackerjax with 17 mess hall last Wednesday and fell County Schools, also a guest tact Mr.White, EV 9-6293.Coaches Sheppard 14 62 43 19 45 153 10.9
It'' speaker, emphasized that "intra-
unters. Half time score was upon ears of some 200 intramural are also needed. Route 13 67 53 28 53 162 12.5
Pepsi. 29, Jax Navy 17. athletes, were uttered by Capt. mural athletics are a real test Savage 14 53 53 39 74 145 10.4
of man's i
a competitive spirit
In Crackerjax action this Damon Cooper, skipper of VA- Godson 13 46 27 16 59 108 8.3
since there is in it for
,week, the Gator Girls coastedto 44. "VW-4 is going to have a nothing MAINSIDECAGE Sterna 14 35 19 13 68 83 5.9
I, their ninth straight win of fight on its hands from now on." the player except the satisfactionof SLATEThursday Amerton 7' 6 2 1 50 13 1.9

the season, a 74-24 verdict over CAPT. COOPER'S challengewas knowing he can stand up with Walker 874 3 57 17 2.1

[{the Crackerjax. sort of an answer for all the best of them". Jan. 21 Richardton 12 24 13 9 69 57 4.7
present who witnessed represent- 1600 VP.16 vt VP-5 Holub 10 13 7 3 43 29 2.9
Los Angeles Dodgers Scout Monday, Jan. 25
atives of VW-4 march up in an 1600 A/CMalnt. vs FAETU Mason 7 2 1 000 4 2.0
Leon Hamilton also
a guest
almost steady stream to receive 1800 679th vt Operation
trophy after trophy. The 'Cane speaker, left these words of 2000 Infirmary vt Comm. Team Seven Wins
TheWATER Hunters grabbed off Jax Navy wisdom "We all try to play the Tu.tday, Jan. 26
liii 1800 VAP-62 vt Hospital
PayoffTeam
and M a ins ide championship game as good as we can and 2000 VP-5 vt Marine Brkt. Bowling

LINEThe trophies in bowling, touch foot- (Someone must lose, but you W.dn.idty, Jan. 27 Seven captured first half,
ball and golf. 1800 A/CMalnt. vt Comm. honors In the Officers Wives
should always play to win.
2000 VA.44 vt Admin.
Jax Navy shell team, off Capt. James R. Reedy, Station Bowling League, after defeating
skipper, had earlier called for Team Four in a playoff.
\ to a fine, early start can be seen
off the Sailing Club dock each more enthusiastic support of the .. Members of the winning team
day at 1500, conditioning itself intramural program and for all :. :: are: : Lil Crawley, Eunice Rupp,
for.competition to include Pur- activities to enter into the spiritof : :' Linda Raymer, Donna McDaniels

due, Marietta College, Navy, Rol- competition among units here. : and Sophie Grace.

lins and JU.Sculling "There should not be so many ". High average honors went to
is under supervisionof "no entries" as were listed in the it." : : Nancy Moessmer, with a 151; Jan

Lt. Col. W. P. Mitchell, com- records for Iron Man Trophy ( Baird's 220 earned high game
manding officer of Marine Avia- competition the past six month," : trophy and Betty Windham earn
If'l
tion Detachment, and coached byJ. the Captain commented. more ed high scratch series trophy with

B. Anderson, a foremost shell teams with more athletes enter :(. :
coach. into competition one team will ... .. 533.Joyce Bradley and Gladys
be able to dominate," he ,1(. ,/ -I
Stalwart youths with no fear not :; Poynter earned the Achievement
of the hard work top conditioning added. A _1 4: Trophy and Best Sport Award,
requires may contact Lt. Col. THE CALL for spirit issued by .,... ..' "., : respectively.

Mitchell at extension 8320, or see Capt. Reedy and the spirited }t .I" : Persons interested in Joiningone

him, at Building 84 any day after challenge leveled by Capt. Cooper t : !I .J::! of the league's teams for sec-
seemed to touch off a frenzyof / ond half play should contact Bet-

1500.Navy Jax Sail Club members enthusiasm among units. ..'. :/1; i:; / .t!$Jy"1 ty Windham, SP 1-1168, Billie

report an excellent time at the The intramural program here and (. .., Black, EV 4-5482, or Jan Baird
recent Sunshine Regatta at the the next six months may proveto ..i'''' EV 4-4442.
most interesting In the
the
be
Miami Yacht Club. Bill Clementsof
history of the Station. Quote of the Week Yankee
VAP-62 and Bruce Stelnfeldt
First guest speaker, Nathan manager Casey Stengel blasted
of VW-4, sailing Rhodes Bantam Mallison, superintendent of recre- those who ridicule his star catcher

571, tied for fourth place with ation for the City Recreation ,. Yogi Berra with this: "What'a
--- ----- ---- ---
Lcdr. Anderson and R. E. Clarkof Dept., advised it was necessaryfor BANQUET HIGHLIGHT Comdr.W. S. Webster, (right) funny about Yogi? He has a
FAW-11, in No. 771. a serviceman to remain in executive officer of Airborne Early Warning Squadron Four, lovely wife and family, a beautiful
good physical shape since he ihe famed Hurricane Hunters, is all smiles as he accepts first home'' in New Jersy, a big
A spring Intramural bowling someday be called upon leg on new Ironman Trophy from Capt. Jame R. Reedy, NAS bowling alley, money in the bank
may
Jax commanding officer of the intramural
during a highlight
organizational meeting has been for duty that would test his sports banquet last week at Mainside Men Hall. VW-4 won the and he plays golf with million

planned for January 26 at 0930. stamina, fortitude, and reflexes. trophy for piling up most points in.Ironman competition. aires.



Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 21 January 1960



I I Schedule of Special Services Activities and Facilities For Jan. 21- 27 I I



MOVIES Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday
I
NAS. Bldg. 612NATTCenIer 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1400 & 1900 1800 & 2000 1900 only 1800-2000
Sound & The Best ofEverything Some LikeIt House of Four Fast Horse Soldiers Big Break
Fury Hot Seven Hawks Guns

Bldg. 563 1900 only 1900 only 1400-1900 1400-1900 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only
House Haunt Hill Sound&The Fury BestofEverything Some Like It Hot House of 7 Hawks Four Fast Guns I Horse Soldiers
----..---- ,
Hospital 1900 only 1900 o'v 1900 only 1900 onlyBestofEverything 1900 only 1900 only
Al Capone Story House on Haunt I Sound&The Fury Some Like It Hot House of 7 Hawks Four Fast Guns

LIBRARIES r


,NAS. Bldg. 3NATTCen2er 0815-2100 0815-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100

.
Bldg. 563 0930-2100: 0930-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0930-2100( 0930-2100 0930-2100

Hospital_ OROO.1 OOJOOO2100) 0800-1600 closed 1300-1700 0800-1600 0800-1600 0800-1600

LOUNGES CLUBS

NAS, Bldg. 655NATTC.nt.r ) 1000-2100 1000-2100 1400-2100 Closed 1000-2100 1000-2100


I
Bldg. 583
1 R" 0-2200( 1600-2200 I 1300-2300( 1800-2300( 1600-2200 1600-2200 1BOO-2200

Blue Jackets Inn 1630-2400 2000-2400 I 2000-2400 2000-2400 1630-2400 1630-2400 2000
Jimmy Geiger Redcoats Glenn Reeves Bingo

EM.- NATTCenierNAS- ,. I 1630-2300 1630-2300 1630-2300
p I(130.2300( 1200-2330 1400-2330 1400-2830

EN, NARTU 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 Closed Closed 1130-1300
)1630-2230 1630-2230 1630-2330 1830-=330 1630-2230

Outdoor Pools Secured For \ Season

.
HAS Gyro ,
1000-2100 1000-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100
I --
NATTCenter Gym 1300-2100" a 300-2 100 IbdiwiooEACH 1300-2100 1300-2100 13002100TO 1300-2100


.
HAS Bowling OPEN BOWLING ; DAY 1000 2300


NATTC Craft Shop 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630 1300-1630
1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100 1730-2100

j
Tennis Courts (Navy Ex.) 0600-Dark 0600-Dark '0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark 0600-Dark

"
Golf Course 0830-Dark 0830-Dark 0730-1800 0800-1800 0830-Dark 0830-Dark 0830-Dark

Fish Camp 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800hr.. 0800hr..
Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Closed Closed

Hobby Shop. Bldg. B38 0800-1630 0800-1630 Closed Closed 0800-1630 0800-1630 0800-1630

Indoor Swimming Bldg. 614 1600-2000 1600-2000 1130-2000 1200-2000 1600-2000 1600-2000 1600-2000

'"",,
SPECIAL ,EVENTS: -"
'
I 1I'

,.

? >'; S. fir kWx.2t Security ,Force
:C
I' Night Classes Proving ; :q 9K 4Y'n. 't'Ft t+. (Continued from Page 1)
F F. a t S OF :1 4F ,
I : t Q 4 ;R b \ K :> ; w \f:} f iwC ?%4 s ,3 f
+ 'y i'3 tayCy iy i rifle and are able to administer
F r }
Popular With Navymen F S. .. 'tot: ,:. eS's.'a \ first aid.

The platoons fall in for
(Continued from Page) ; I per-
In part, Ltjg(j Klein asserts, sonnel inspection under arms.
2105, and Wednesdays from 1930o Yti.
officers must sign agreements to Such units are considered a reserve -
2200. The spring semester begins -
] remain on active duty for two 4 i.. 't ?' 4 S,t ;tiS''s ;; portion of Security Department -
next month and is to con- .y Sy> s ozt'y
years after completion of a ;+, }r : and can be called out
clude in May.
course, while enlisted personnel to control a disturbance on
CURRENT rates at JU are 15 t'
must have begun a second or Station or used in protection of
dollars credit'hour, Ltjg( )
per
I subsequent enlistment. civilian homes, life and propertyin

Klein says. Career personnel may ; Service General Educational } yyphyk. 'i- R rS(y t t3t, ',: cases of emergency or disaster.It .
receive tuition aid assistance for y.p
Development (GED) High School
such off-duty education, provided may also be called out to
they meet requirements level tests are accepted at the assist the State Militia and other
| university, in lieu of a diploma.JU { ,( >
gk } yyyt
outlined y ; civilian agencies.
in BuPers Instruction
: ; 21J
OFFERS courses in various :1)
1560.10B. This assistance provides
categories, including Liberal Arts Normally, however, the unit
that the government pay approximately as honor guards, and
(arts and science) College, and served
half of tuition burial detachments. Guard
General College, as well as I ser-
costs. i 'h. vice in case of crashed planes
preparatory curricula in the T ___:
medical, dental, business, edu- '"'. ,1JHIJ.JI'IIU1IiL!!! [ \: '1'<.,,_ _.... ,..,,>r :':>1; I ,.,". ., and other mishaps is also a pro-
DIVINE cation and engineering fields. SHORT CRUISE Every two years tugboats shift the wind- vision of ASF.

SERVICES Among the topics offered at ward side of the oldest commissioned ship in the fleet, the
165-year-old frigate Constitution to prevent weather damage to
JU art, science business MedicareContinued
are
,
its spars. Berthed at Boston Naval Shipyard, the veteran of
accounting, chemistry, economics, early Navy battles is. now a national shrine. ( from Page 1))
Sunday January 24 education, engineering, English,
ing at larger installations: the
ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL geography, government, history, Shortest Way Still The BestA isolation of such facilities as
0830-Service of Worship. humanites, mathematics, music, missile sites and weather sta-

p930-Sunday School, three- philosphy, physical education, well-known writer, asked to tions, and the deployment of
year-olds through adults, Build- physics, psychology, religion, cogitations and articulating sup- forces
U. S. overseas, more than
give his formula for success offered -
ing 722; Adult Bible Class, Chap- sociology, speech and foreign erficial sentimental and psycho- 40 percent of all dependents are
lain Wolfe, in Small Chapel. languages, including French, this advice: logical observations, ,beware of living away from their
sponsors.
0930-Service of Worship. German, Greek and Spanish. "In promulgating your esoteric platitudinous ponderosity.
1100 Service of A NATTCenter chief Since most overseas installa-
Worship. attending, "Let extemporaneous de-
1830-Teen-Age, Senior High under tuition aid program, thinks' What They're Saying I cantations your and unpremeditated tions are Medicare equipped with medical

Fellowships and United Fellow- going to JU is "a good deal.: "The real meaning of the seriesof expatiations have intelligibility facilities, does not apply -
ship of Protestants, Building 722 Everybody should take advantageof I to dependents accompanying
and veracious rodo-
vivacity sans
high-level meetings is that a I
sponsors to major command posts
and Small
Chapel.. college as long as they are montade and thrasonical bom-
here for shore duty," he says. I new process of communicationmay abroad. The program, however,

I, ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL Persons desiring to take advantage be developing through them. bast. does cover families of personnel

0830 and .JOOO-Sunday Mass. of night courses at ,JU:I I say '"may" because only time I "Sedulously avoid all polysllabic assigned to remote sites whereno

w e should contact Ltjg) Klein at can tell whether we shall have profundity, pusillanimous U. S. medical facilities exist.

ST. LUJCE'S CHAPEL the J&E office in building 955, I'I learned to talk somewhat less at vacuity, pestiferous profanity, and BECAUSE of the tremendousscope

Naval Hospital extension 8556. They must act, cross-purposes than in the past, similar transgressions." of the program and its
;)(P630) -Mass.tQ930 immediately, however, since registration I and with better understanding of relative newness, Medicare has
-Protestant Worship Ser- for the spring i semesteris I opposing points of view." Secretary "In short," he said, don't use suffered its share of growing

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