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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 11, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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'TEMP' OFFICERS PASSED OVER CAN STAY ONNavy


temporary officers who
twice miss promotion to higher same opportunities on retirementand warrants or retire after their second -I which they miss promotion for THIS DOES not mean that all

grades are to get new breaks, retention as permanent of- passover. the second time. will be able to retire as officer

according to Navy Times. ficers. If within two years of retire I With less than 18 years servicein with 20 years services. There

New regulations will require Officers in three situations will ment elibility, they will havea they will be required to revert must be at least 10 years of
them to make their own be covered by the new regula- chance to stay on duty in to permanent status if they commissioned service. Anyone
decision, in some cases, on tions. These are: grade if there is a need for their want to remain on duty. Those would
less than 10
with
whether they went to retire or "TEMPS' who have their time services as officers. Otherwise who already have 20 years in years
remain on duty.Temporary for retiremeent in will get a they will revert to permanent will get the chance for retire- have to go out at 20 with his
officers will receive chance to stay on as enlisteds or status by end of fiscal year in ment after the second passover. (Please turn to Page 8,CoL. )
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Rate ApprovalThree ChangesGet Jf1XI fJW8opiuwfl




rating changes have
recently been approved by
Secretary of the Navy, so re-I Vol. 17__No. 47 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 11 February 1960 I
ports Navy Times. All emer-


the and gency yeoman photographer's service, personnel ratings mate within man rat- Health, Crusade Drive Starts Feb. 15 I


ings will be,removed.In .
another change yeomen will
no longer'be required to fulfill 8 Agencies IncludedIn

the stenographic requirement.Billet .

indicate requirements the need will for instead steno- Year's 1st AppealThe

graphic skills in complementsand [
allowances. : 1960 Federal Service Campaign for National Health

ONLY yeomen who have class- Agencies and the Joint Crusade will be officially launched

ification codes identifying their .. Monday for military and civilian personnel of 23 Navy activities
stenographic skills will be assigned \ in the Jacksonville. area.
HUNDREDS: 01 Keymen, cam
to such billets.
Navy Band will provide music
paign committeemen, representatives -
These are the new rating struc-
prior to and following the rally.
of agencies joining hands in
ture changes: : .1 The first of three fund-raising
'
the drive and high ranking officers -
Yeomen (YN) will be rede- : 'I
I, campaigns set for 1960 in which
,signated a general rating in all ,-. will be present for the and civilian personnelwill
military
:. '+' kickoff
., Monday at King HaIL
pay grades, E-4 through E-9. \.; ..... .." <: ::)' join hands, the upcoming
Featured will be
speakers Rev.
The service ratingsof
emergency drive is a combined one. Con-
YNS (stenographer), YNT Albert Kissling, president of the ducted concurrently will be solicitations -
(typist) and YNM (mailman) ; Jacksonville Ministerial' Alliance, for five National Health
I and Mrs. Julian, Health Agencies
will be disestablished.
Agencies and the Joint Crusade.
POSTAL requirements of the Representative on Advisory HEALTH Agencies included in
yeoman rating (YNM) *will be Council of the.Local Federal Plan the 1960 effort are the American

transferred to the newlyestablished ', s Coordinating Committee. The Cancer Soicety, Muscular Dy-
Postal Clerk (PC) rating. : strophy Associations of America,
Personnel man (PN) will become -
United Cerebral Palsy, National
a general rating in all pay .fJcity FASHION SHOWTO Society for Crippled Childrenand

grades. 1 Adults and National Societyfor
BE
GIVENA
The three emergency service "' 1fr the Prevention of Blindness.
ratings in this rating will be -SIGN OF CONFIDENCE :::It was a feeling of confidence fashion show is scheduledto The three agencies of the
abolished. They are PNT (classification that these two first class petty officers had as they made their be given by the CPO Wives Joint Crusade 'are CARE, Cru-
i i interviewer), PNT exit from examining room at Building 855 last week after tak- Club February 16 (Tuesday)
ing the CPO test. David Childs, QMC, (left) and Robert Doran, sade for Freedom and the American -
and PNA in Mainside.
assistant at 1000
(training ) Lounge,
AC1, were among 158 POll taking the exams. Some 575 enlisted -Korean FoundatIon.NO .
(personnel records clerk). persons on the Station hope to be promoted to the next higher Building 955.
PHOTOGRAPHER'S Mate (PH) grad., from E-4 to E.7.MARTD. Club members will serve as DOLLAR goal will be established -
rating will be a general ratingin models. Coffee and snacks will for the campaign, it
all pay grades. Those photographer's Set be served for guests. Donationis was announced by the Navy-
mates who are now Inspection fifty cents. Duval Steering Committee which
P H G (Photographer's Mate, For more information, con-
For At 1500Brig. tact SP 10820. spearheads all fund raising driv-
Cameraman) or PHA (Photo- Saturday
grapher's Mate, Aerial Cameraman (Please turn to Page 6, Col 1)

) will keep their special de- Gen. Frederick E. Leek, Commander, Marine Air
signation for the present time. rine Air Reserve units in the annual military inspection
Disestablished will be the em- Saturday at 1500 aboard the Station. .4
ergency service ratings (includ- Some 330 officers and men of
ing selected emergency service Marine Air Reserve Training De- will inspect MARTD facilities, accompanied -
rating). tachment and its five Reserve by Capt. F. H. Holt,
officer of NARTU.
outfits are expected to undergo commanding y c
Coast GuardsmanIs inspection. HELPING to add spice to the
MARINE Attack Squadrons day's military fare will be the
AE Honorman 142, 144 and 341, Helicopter Second Marine Aircraft Wing
The Coast Guard has again Squadron 765 and Marine Air Band from Cherry Point, N. C.
taken honors at Aviation Elec- Group 14 are the local Reserve The colorful musical aggregation
trician's Mate School. Honor- units participating.Gen. will play for inspection and at a
man of the Class "A" Schoolwas Leek, who assumed his reception following the ceremony.
Robert Rodgers, SN, of present duties in July 1959, is
Clearwater Fla.Graduation Commanding officer of MARTDis
,
due to go into a huddle with
was held Febru- Lt. Col. Patrick Harrison with
press representatives followinghis
ary 5 at NATTCenter. He has arrival Friday at NAS Jax. MaJ. Glenn R. Hunter executive

not yet received orders for Prior to holding personnel inspection officer. Lt. Col., Harvie S. Duval

transfer. Gen. Leek and his party (Please turn to Page 6, CoL 2))


10 & R Installs Huge Precision Grinder In Metals Div.A .

universal preclsion-
new to perform highly precisioned and Facilities Branch, was responsible -
grinder, one of the finest of its work large
on component for securing the equip-
kind, has just been installed in parts of aircraft now used by ment for the local department. -BIG T'prec1a1on
Metals Division of O&R Dept. A GRINDER New w grinder gets"lookover"
the fleet. Financing of the new
Manufactured by the Landis by employees of HAS Jax OkR Department After
according to an announcement equipment was by the Bureau of Tool Co. of Waynesboro, Pa, the it was installed in Metals Division last week. The 52,000 dollar
today by Bill Clearman, Supervisor Weapons. grinder has a full 72 inches between machine, which has a full 72 inches between wprk centers and
of General Engineering.The Clyde Sharpe, Production Spe- work centers 'and,36 inchesof 36 inches of swing, should increase OkRa capacity to perform
huge machine, which cost cialist of the O&R Industrial swing. ,work on large parts of aircraft. ,Show are, from left,. Clyde
the Navy $51,822, is expected to Planning Division, along with "This means," Sharpe says, Sharpe, Production Specialist B. E. Morganthall, tool company.
increase the department's capa- other members of the Equipment (Please turn to Page 8, CoL 5)) representative, and operator Richmond CuTer, 'of Metals.II .
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11 February is_ _
2 AIR NEWS
Pna
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CLUB HOSTS Several Promotion Training I

JfI

DANCE Offered Enlisteds
Plans
Jax officers, their wiv-

Capt. James R. guests will celebrate This is the second story on education opportunities open
Comdr Robert. Eve, February listed personnel on active duty. While last week's article cov/
; $ a dinner-dance at the opportunities under the J&E programs, the Jax Air News /eatur
Rear Adm. Club. training and promotion programs this week,
Capt. Grayiton will There are a number of training and promotion programs offert

C.pt. Nelson semi-formal affair to enable enlisted persons on active duty to obtain a Navy cor

,at 1900 with a cocktail mission, according to the Station I&E Office.
Capt. Robert M. in the Walnut Room fol

Capt. Charles by a roast beef buffet NESEP, .the Navy Enlisted I in i addition to satisfactory coit
Scientific Education Program,
Capt. Robert J. .. selected enlisted pletion of two years of alg
provides to per-
Comdr. Gerald party, planned by re- or geometry. A GCT plus
sonnel, both men and women,
from all NAS core equal to 105 or higher
Capt. Alton C. will include en- sufficient continuous training, not
,
Capt. John G. and to exceed four years, in scientific necessary.
door prizes
Obligating himself
to fo
and engineering subjects at
Capt. F. H. ; years service after graduation1
civilian colleges, to qualify fora
Comdr. H. six dollars
at
men are awarded the BS degr
Printed couple, should be made baccalaureate degree. and commission as Ensign in th|
be high
Candidates must a
expense to the the Officers' Club. regular Navy.
Distributed free school graduate or have successfully -
Naval Air completed the GED tests. The NROTC program offer

Reserve ye romance while ye GCT plus arithmetic scores must four years of Navy subsidize
Service education in 53 colleges and wversitles
equal 118 or higher. Furthermore
Assistant .. i Some 200
could bring ye sor appoint
applicants must satisfy college
Editor-
ments are offered annually t ti
Gene Hegan, entrance requirements.
The Jax you're stationed here Education under the program active duty enlisted personnel call
In ratings in the Navy and Marine
appearing I .
results in awarding of the baccalaureate
unless Editorial knows where you'll be degree and a commis- m Corps. Applicants must bi
single until commissioned.
tensions 8164, ? s I ion if otherwise qualified.
While a candidate should have
I
.. Selected persons are required to
: : reached his 17th birthday on July
:
have six obligated service
years 1 of the he enters the
year pro
upon selection or if reserve, enlist -
gram, he must have enough college -
NX for six years.
.
education to complete college
;.. Nursing Education provides I
and receive his commission-
)
Gets ( :t &,,IxI. .c four years of nursing educationat ling by 25 years of age if he is|
accredited colleges and universities
over 21 at time of application.
The to Hospital Corps Wavesat
t s ,Each should be a high school]I
items from grade 3, in which the
pay
graduate, or service accepted|
Navy ; Navy pays expenses. Minimum equivalent, and must meet entrance
plained by ; time in service is one year, with requirements of the college
Boundy, six months in a ward under a
concerned. After receipt of
plies and nurse's supervision.
the baccalaureate degree, he it
ment to all High School graduates in the
; commissioned as Ensign in the
upper part of their class (or aboveon
ers.ADMIRAL Navy or 2nd Lt. in the Marine
each test in high school GED

reads: test battery), who satisfy college Corps.
The Coast Guard Academy at
Questions entrance requirements, are eligible -
the recent New London, Conn accepts enlisted
They should remain on duty
*Taval of all ratings,
resale accepted.'O' one year for each year of train- men
of non-food ing 'received under the program. appointed on the basis of ex

sary stores Candidates should be unmarried amination.
Applicants should be single
I want to and must agree not to request
and must remain single until
brief
discharge by reason of marriage
sons for : during training or active duty commissioning. Each must not b'e

As many I obligation. She should not have less than 17 or more than 22

sary stores ..., reached 33'1 years of age upon years of age on July 1 of the

some time expected date of commission. year for which applicantion is
"'
staffed. In :: M. Milner, (right) Com. Upon completing the course, made. Four years active duty

climate it A. C. Schaeffer, ATN3, applicants are awarded the baccalaureate subsequent to comissioning is

possible to honorman in Fleet degree in Nursing anda mandatory.To .
vide Milner presented cer commission qualify, men should be a
of the school as Ensign in the
missary radio operators in Nurse Corps. high ,school graduate. Applications

ate action The US Naval Academy receives must be postmarked not

lieve appointments of 160 mid- later than Jan. 15 of the year

ing sales School shipmen annually from enlisted desiring to be considered. The

sary store men of all ratings in regular, BS degre and a commission as
Ensign in the Coast Guard are
WE Navy and Marine Corps, and 160
of the Students from the Reserves. Appointments awarded after completion of the

from are made on the basis of program.

missary certificates last week CO's recommendation and scoreson -

store sales course at the FAW-11 the Naval Academy Exam Marine Wives To Meet

to five per (administered July 5 annually). Next regular meeting of the

otherwise was B. D. Kettlehake, Candidates must be single and Marine Career Wives Club will

This will of Patrol Squadron agree to remain single until com, be Monday, (Feb. 15) at 1930 at
rate
missioned. He must not be less I MAD, Bldg. 572. After a short
of 3.80.
an
on sale of' average
than 17
or more than 22 on July 'business session the rest of the
assisting in of the school is Lcdr. 1 of the year in which the exam I evening will be devoted to

satisfactory Dittman, FAW-11 Com.- is taken, and should have enlisted games.

ed United in many Officer. Instruction, on or before July 1 of the t Members are requested to

The of the school is in year the test.preceding administration of r bring in their favorite recipe for

been picked of C. D. Beckley, the books. All enlisted Marine
Educationwise, at least three wives invited to
er-Out changes and and B. Northern, RMI. | years of high school is required, attend. are cordially



change of duced.items II I Navy 'Posse' Aids 4Y' Roundup: ----""II!



still be personnel are playing the "Y" 593 i,
program.
Marshal
of the ext.
this Lcdr. Charles Hooper,
in
at year the Jack- Navy "posse" is Capt. McGri"
Central YMCA member- Rhodes. "Dusty" for NAS Jax; Perry Field,
ext. 303, for NAS Cecil
BC-BS Fred Priestman, former dollars Special membership fee of ten Lcdr. M. K. Rice, ext. 8389, NT-
a is
Blue commanding officer, is year available to all TCenter; Lcdr. E. J. Batman
servicemen. This W.
holders are i of the annual round- member to unlimited entitles the ext. 8267, NARTU; Lt. J- 470;;

mium held with a Western in the "Y" participation Gruenwald, FA W-11, ext.
facilities VA-
at 221 Lie ext. 630,
ary 15-16. Riverside Ave. G. F! Raymer,

Payments of Naval personnel Special programs and 44; Lt. Richard Pitman ext. 691
the first time, participat- plete physical a com L- Went-
VAP-62 R.
check or I education setup is and Ensign
its major aim to enroll available for Hos
boys. Naval
worth ext. 561-135,
cannot be : ) and their families, in: Command ,
representatives are: pital.





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I 11 February 1960
JAX AIR NEWS Page 3


Nominees SoughtFor .

: ,8.1 ENrJtBNfjJf;

Navy '" .' ...
League
-
Five blue Jackets reported
Awards Of MeritThe aboard last week for duty at

Navy League of the Unit- NAS Jax. To them, "bienvenu!

ed States is seeking nominations Aq 4. Donald Chafey, EMI, of Trenton -

for its fve{ Annual Awards of N J. comes from the USS
Merit to Navy personnel and T-- Vigil (AGR-12). A graduate of
civilians. Northeast High in Philadelphia,
Two of the Awards, the John -' Chafey is married to Pauline

Paul Jones Award for inspirat- Harding. He holds the Good Con-

ional leadership and the Stephen duct, Occupation, UN, Korean
Decatur Award for operational \ and National Defense medals andis

competence, are .available to Na- a attached to Special Services.

vy or Marine Corps officers and Also arriving was Paul Cote,

enlisted men. SR, of Helena, Mont., whose last
THE JON S Award last year duty station was NTC, Great

went to Admiral Arleigh Burke,I Lakes, Ill. lie attended Aiken,
while the pecatur Award was SC High and is married to Eve-

presented Brig. Gen. Sidney S. len Martin, of Helena, Mont.

Wade for his direction of the T Frank McBeth, GFI, reported

Marine landings in Lebanon. 'r *' ." ported aboard Tuesday from USS
Navy and (Marine personneland REACH 30-YEAR MARK A quartet of veteran government employees reached the 30. Intrepid (CVA-11)). A native 'of
civilians are eligible to receive year pinnacle last week. Three of the four receive longevity pins from Comdr. Robert M. Nelson, Penndel, Pa., he graduated from
two other Awards, the NAS Jax executive officer, (right.) Left to right are, Daniel Macon, of Public Works and a 14-year Bensalem High at OEddington, Pa.
Rear Adm. William S. Parsons NAS Jax veteran David Roberts, Public Works) Stephen Vick, O&R Dept.,. and Comdr. Nelson. He holds the Good Conduct,
Award for scientific and technical Misting from photo is Percy Pike of O&R. Vick, Pike and Roberts all have more than 20 yean
active service in the military. American Theatre, 'Occupation,
progress, and the Albert Victory and American Defense
Thayer Mahan Award for literary medals, and is attached to Aircraft -
achievement advancing We'd Sure Like Paperwork Enemies To Be Maintenance Department.Also .
knowledge of the importance of
checking in Tuesday was
sea Dower for the U. To Try It Tho
the Studied Mat Spencer, JO2, of Valley Cen-
THE FIFTH award ( Robert The Defense
Department By Reports Group ter, Calif Her last duty stationwas
M. Thompson Award for out- spends in terms of billions.
NA S North Island, Calif.,
standing civilian leadership, is But how much is a billion It's oftimes said that everybody talks about the weather but
where she was editor of the
presented yearly to a civilian,' dollars? For the servicemanwho no one does anything about Jt. Similarly, and yet conversely, all North Islander. At NAS Jax
government official or retired isn't used to thinking of of us complain about reports and we CAN DO something about
Spencer has been assigned to the
military man. The 1959 award money in terms of billions, the them. !
went to Thomas S. Gates Jr. following illustration may help And the Navy is doing something duct the review at .this Station.Members staff of the Jax Air News.

Nominations, outlined in See- visualize the amount involved.If about this often tedious of the various Station On Wednesday, Clifton WUcox,
Nav message 141640Z to all a man stood over a pit in task of preparing countless numbers departments' are also on the com- AN, checked in to NAS Jax from

Ntaval activities, should be tse ground, and dropped a $20 of reports. mittee. NATTCenter Jax. Hailing from
fully substantiated and forwarded bill each minute, day and DESPITE a continuous reports Reports filled out by the de- Plant City, Fla., h$ has been assigned -

to the Board of Awards, Navy night, it would take him 95 management effort in the Navy, partmepts will be Included on to Aircraft MaintenanceDept.

Lengue of the United States, years to throw away a billion it's necessary: every three or four questionnaires previously dis- .
Mills Bldg., Washington, D. C. dollars. years to supplement this with a tributed. This will enable committee -
must be received'' the "crash" members to obtain information -
They by prpgram.
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League before March 15. Awards Reason for this is because no about each'report..
Servicemen Invited
will be made in May at the Navy management program or techni- Appropriate recommendationsare

League convention in Anaheim, To Valentine Party que is foolproof. Reports man- to be made by the committee -
Calif. ngement is no exception. Reports to the requiring departmentor LO L" rLT
All service men and women '. Uityj
have been extended an Invitation I Ito. frequently creep into existence, office in regard to both bureau .o ATsOCIAT10MRegular' I

MDBS Payments Due attend an annual Valentine : without thorough analysis of and local reports. \ U

Mutual Death Benefit Society Party at the Lutheran Service I I I their needs. IT'S HOPED that the review, '\' M c
members are reminded that assessment 0 /(9(
Center in Jacksonville tomorrow The current "crash" program, throughout the Navy, will helpto
Nos. 132 and 133 '
are night, (Friday.) j
dubbed a Navywide Review of
due and payable by close of busi- Square dancing, refreshmentsand I I el'minate reporting no longer
monthly meeting of
Reports, is slated to end on the
needed which is of
ness February 17. will be featured at or a duplicate
games Yukon Branch 126, FRA, is sche-
Members are encouraged to the get-together, according tc local command level February 29. other forms reporting or not duled Thursday, Feb. 19, at 2000

pay assessment by check or Paul, Hope, Center director. I A REPORTS Review Committee worth the cost. in the Clubhouse.The .

money order. Positively no as- I', The Center is located at 22 headed by Comdr, Jack S. Necessary reports should be improved Birthday Dance of Branch

sessment can be accepted after I North Hogan St. Dancing will Hall, NAS Jax Administration to meet current needs 126 is slated, for February 27 at
the Riverside Lions Club. Dona-
closing at 1930. Officer, has been formed to con- and summary reports can be
tion is
three dollars a couple.
substituted for ones found to be Anticipated for March is the

date.LIBRARY unnecessarily detailed. annual spaghetti supper with all

I HAS BIG YEARWhat The review is also hoped to the trimmings. This event has

acomplish reporting frequenciesand never failed to prove popular in
past .
type books do Navy peo- may be used by his dependents.NAS --;"Oh; yes", she concluded, "for due dates which are realis- years.A motto of the Fleet Reserve

ple read? According to Mrs. JAX is one of the first just pure relaxing we have I tic and to provide clear and complete Association is Loyalty. Loyaltyone

Margaret Clees, N AS Jax Librarian Navy libraries to use Gay- quite a collection of cartoon instructions on filling out owes to God and country,

and her assistant, Mrs. lord Charger, Mrs., Clees says. books." report, forms. loyalty to the Navy, to its tradi-

Johanne Hofstee, nonfiction types c"It has speeded up the work of' k __um'u_ __ tions, and the loyalty one owes
top the list.Useful checking out books thus enabl- r) to his shipmates.

arts and history are the ing us to give readers better ser- I Ali, eligible personnel are urg-
most widely read while social vice. This is important as during ed to join FRA so that the organization -
science and fine arts run well 1959 we had 147,095 people usIng can better serve them.
ahead of literature. the library," continued the I

SOME 3,452 books on useful veteran librarian.
arts and 3,261 history books were "We have many plans for the Supervisors GroupTo

read by Jax Navy personnel in library. Right now we are work- Gather
1959. Social l science books num- ing on our music room. Music TonightAll
bered 2,844 while fine arts devotees lovers will be able to listen to members are being urgedto
borrowed 2,413 books. favorite records in comfort. attend regular monthly meet-
Pure science and literaturewere Also in this room Great Books ing of the National Associationof

over the 2,000 book mark discussions are held each Wed- Supervisors, Local 11, sche-
while some 1,700 biography and nesday at 2000," Mrs. Clees re- duled to meet tonight (Thurs-

philosophy books were read. ports."I A.6/.i R .YYK w' ?*r N A4r day) at 1930 at the YWCA, 325E.
Other categories of religion and, think nearly everyone on .w+a '
Duval St., Jacksonville.
philology numbered less than a the station should find something
thousand books. The least read interesting in the Library. In Finalizing of plans for delegates -

type of book was in the travel addition to the usual books foundin w who will attend the National,
I
section. a library w-e have many bookson Convention in Washington Feb.

Since installation in early 1959 careers, foreign languages, "---'.. 15-17 will be made at the meet-
of the Gaylord Charging Machine civil service exams and college BUSY YEAR P. J. Speranza, SA, checks out book forJ. ing.
F. Men, YNC, of NAS Jax Personnel, using the Gaylord
5,000 numbered cards have catalogues. charging machine. One of the few Navy libraries using this ma- Guest speaker for the conven-
been issued. When a new reader "Also the Library takes 25 chine, NAS Jax issued 5,000 numbered cards during 1959. During tion's luncheon will be the, Hon.
the some 147,095 people checked out books the Li'
year at
I
Sunday editions out of the city
cardis Mr. Wililam B. Franke
checks out his first book a Secretaryof
brary. Most popular books were In'the useful arts and history
made for' him. This same card newspapers," she added. categories. the Navy.


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11 February 1960
Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS _



I New Boating Trends Show Concern For Varied Problems ) I



New trends in boating, as dis-
Some of the cording to the manufacturer).
played at the 50th annual Na- highlights of the Another inboard with a special

tional Motor Boat Show in New show include: hull (monocaque), inspired by A kit for building a fiberglass _

York City, show concern for A collapsible sailing catamaran. airplane wing design, made espe- outboard runabout ((15-feet) that

many of the sportsman's pro- Aided by special neoprene cially for water skiing. uses the "sock'( principal. Sellers .
claim the boat can be built in 20
blems.In fittings, the 16-foot sailing craft A 22-foot fiberglass sloop that
four-day
hours work over a
many"cases costs have come folds into a container 16 feet by sleeps two. period.

down, better navigational and 4 feet by 2 feet. <. A 12-foot sailing catamaranthat Two motor manufacturers arc
safety devices are now available,
and the problem of storage has An inboard motor craft that can be converted to ap Ice- firsts with automatic chokes as

been eased by some manufacturers. uses a water jet propulsion unit\ boat or an outboard motor boat, optional equipment for their.out- With The

for thrust. in less than five minutes (ac- boards.


A Ng Tickets Go To ToastmastersTor

-, rf..ja Ywk '::. .a'k't/ ,: -
Cg

>J K 181 Traffic of last Thursday's

i meeting of MarNav 2280 was

Violators Here I Jerry Huskin who called on Bill

..
hy:: j'" aQ 7t !:: : :i:::'4k Collins for table topics.
.. s During the month of January,
Williams started
; .y.k speaking
Bob
f +t 181 tickets were issued by Station
;I 'fl' t 1. police to violators aboard portion of the program by givinghis
'' # ) Icebreaker "The Life and
?
?:p fir' &k.. i a'f: Air Station. ,
: r i the Naval ,

i ;i:,4: .t3'"!hfktr: :}'} I. Appearing before the Traffic Progress Morris of Bob Williams."
i Whitey gave a speech entitled -
l Officer were some 156 cases,
\ *:: ::; .r ..:Y..Sr.'ir;: : :'''rJ?. f'.L% "One Forward" while
#. }.:.:n..}.t.,..),lv.S.v ..k} while the U.S. Commissioner dis- Step
Frank Schatzle taught members
posed of 25 violations. /
how to pay "Golf."
Following offensese were com-
Cartlon Dunn explored the
.Sv 'c y S
reckless
'" r. mitted during January:
: :k'.i
For Rent driving, 10; obstructing traffic, future with "Exploring Into Outer -

Furn. 1-Rm apt else kit, priv bath. $65. :>r?',, .:@ ss'Rii 4; improper parking, 35; failureto Space," then Riley Collins

per mo. Call SP 11106. 12 completed basic training with his
stop at stop signs, ; speed-
3Rm apt, furn. $50. mo. EV 95519. "Grain of Sand."
ing 41; faulty equipment, 1; in-
Two-Bdrm bee, gar, unfurn. $75wper $tk Individual evaluators Phil''
were
mo. Conv to NAS or CeciU Call EV- volved in on-Station accidents,
Burnham Wally Miller Paul Le-
89863. ,
30; and other offenses, 48. '
2-Bdrtn, unfurn hse, kit epulp, 'patio, Blanc George Foster and Don
The Traffic Officer handed out
car port. Conv to NAS. Phone CO 4-9351. Muller. Ed Wright was general
3-Bdrm unfurn hie. conv to school bus i.'y? a. .it 57 restrictions; 5 restrictions and
evaluator.
NAS, will trade for clear 'title on bee GETS 20-YEAR PIN:" This employee of NAS Jax Operations CO; '8 were sent to Traffic
trailer Call SP Ben Halter was accepted as a
Ml21. Department last week received the Navy's anchor-type lapel Schools; 11 received warning; 22
Furn ept, Ortega, near NAS, private new member while Bob Qualls
utilities etc. Ph. EV 84937. emblem for 20 years Federal service from Comdr. Paul Baxter, cases were dismissed; 4 were indefinitely and Bill Sheleman attended as.

Unfurn hie, 5 rmt, Breezeway space (left) Operations Officer. Thomas Perkins, recipient of the pin, suspended; 6 cases guests.
for beauty shop! office avail. Call EV- were forwarded; 12 sent to the
has been employed by the Station for 10 years, working in Operation's *

76489.Furn-One bdrm hit, conv to NAS and Electronics Division., He was formerly with the Army CO for action and 34 violators I Bill Fraser provided startling

CecM. $65. per mo Ph. SP 10665. and War Department.Employee. were suspended.Of entertainment for Toastmasters
2-Rm apt furn, bath, kit, heat, utilities, the tickets issued during
546 last when he introduced
gar, prlv ent. Conv to NAS shop center. January, 6 were forwarded to Thursday -
1210 Edgewood Ave. Nominating other commands for action. a tag-full of curios for

Large, nicely furn rm, prlv home, reasonable There accidents table topics.
10
were by pri-
kit prlv. Ph. Sp' 13110. Blindfolded
For Sale vately owned vehicles and by descriptions followed -
Period EndAre on objects ranging from an
I
Nearing government vehicles 6.
3-Bdrm house, masonry, fenced yard. '
Cony to tchool. Call EV 47456. abacus to slice of filet mignon,

I 1959 New Moon Trailer, 10x50 3-brm you one of those employees who Complains about a miniture milk pitcher to a

pump hie, 1 H 'acrei, fences aluminum kerosene lamp.
the Food Services Board the TIDE
TABLEHIGH
operates or
way way
awning. Conv to NAS. Ph. CO 4-941.7. Employees'I
This 'n' That Councils present matters to management? I LOW Formal speeches included Tom

If v\ this have Knight's "Ignorance In Not," Bill
Wanted-Ride to West Coait, share exp. you're category, A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
end drive. Arrive mid-March Cell CH. you done your duty by nominating minating petitions can be ob- Tides Crosby's "Between Handshakes"and
at Atlantic Beach
tained.Employees'. :
63772. Fritz Hellings' reading
and voting for persons whom
Fri. 7:48: 8:05: 1:21 '
Councils : 1:53:
you feel could best representyou provide speech on "Sage" which won him
Col. Troxler Announces ? wALL chance for mutual exchange of Sat. 8:25: 8:42: 2:01: 2:29: the speaker-of-the-week trophy.
information between Sun. 9:03: 9:21: '2:41: 3:07:
Retirement PlansCol. EMPLOYEES here have employeesand Ladies Night is planned for
July management. The Councils February 18 when the wives will
Paul D. Troxler, head of been given opportunity this weekto themselves with matters ----- _._ ....
concern have their chance to watch their
nominate people for member-
Jacksonville of the
the District
affecting all whom
employees
husbands in action.
ship on the Station's Employees'Councils
Army Corps of Engineers, will
they .
Civilian Employee Food represent.IF Ham Smith has been elected a
retire from active service July
NO nominations from
Services Board, Employees' Mu- come new club member. Alan Erde attended -
31. \ and areas where Councils have been as a guest for the first
tual Death Benefit Society
Col. Troxler will be relievedby
Civilian Employee Recreationand designated, it will be declared time last week while Tom Greenwood -
Col. Julian V. Sollohub
,
Welfare Association. Nomi- that no Council exists for that returned for the second
who'll to Jacksonville from
come next Wed- area until the next annual elec- time as a guest.Corned .
command of Engineer Supply nations close at noon tion. .

Control Office, St. Louis, Mo. nesday, (Feb. 17.)
The Food Service Board is
Last week's Air News carrieda
responsible for representing all y-Moqicicms
Two finishes for automobile list of officials within the -various -
employees in operation of the
lacquer and liquor. I' departments from whom no- civilian cafeteria and vending Play Here TonightGene

machines. and Jo, p comedymagician -

Funds derived from 'the opera- team, will be featured in a

tion go first to improve food ser- special presentation tonight

., vice, and secondly, to provide a (Thursday) at King Hall, Building -

budget to the Employees Recrea- 563 at NATTCenter.

tion and Welfare body. Beginning at 2000, the show

THE LATTER group has responsibility will follow the 1800 movie, "Holein

of allotting funds of the Head" (color comedy-
'I f.e.
D'Cn iC;. ,; v r NNE l vKAR t.Ax s a..wA'IK.' < w:
,} l'4o ; .. 6.: recreational and athletic activI- drama). Admission to the special

o .tM1Yf.Y a: .H,t"},S }} }r r} t ties of employees.The oroeram is free.
llC,4l Ei <'?S'ei.Ml.i Heralded "one of the best
.<'r'rt' Trustees the Mutual Death as

Benefit Society are responsibleto surveyors of legerdemain this
a' : X 7,9E.Y :: b, 3 kiti
RlRfriP ,>, e. y
.3i t aR #'''}}Nrat. .nfrf Srp.Ed!s ; 'S, ,h members for the conduct of ,M\ of the Suez" Gene and Jodd
'
L : :% > E
e
: } ; } Society business. "' extra novelty tothe program

More_ information on the elections I with a number of Mexican Chi-

will be published in next hmhui dogs, the smallest in the

week's Jax Air News and also !; .world. "
/ %
ooears on Station bulletin A fast moving! well costumed

boards. "..... chow: it is known for its varietyof
I KNEELING WITH
FEELING- style chock: full of comedyf
----------- ---
TAX TALK-Wonder where your tax money goes? Budget "Mommy- asked the little boy, Australia is the land of kangaroos
Director of Fiscal 1961 budget ; also of fetching models laughs and magic for mystery -
Maurice Stant points to chart "how lonq has it been since Dad lIke+ Arl-
giving an answer to this question. The iax'dollar comes in this ne Andrewartha. Vote .
/ 28 from dy died? ed model of the year by Mel-
way: 52 cents from individual income taxes cents Corporations
bourne The pair has toured the world
: 11 cents from excise taxes, and nine cents from mis- "He 'didn't die, dear," his commercial photographers

cellaneous receipts. It's spent like this: 54 cents for national! nother stored, "but has just taken the Aussie lassie needs and has just begun its 16th year

security; 16 cents miscellaneous: 11 cent on debt. interest seven -j more than that hat to camou- of entertainment exclusively for

cents each for agriculture and veterans. up golf. flage her assets. the Armed Forces.


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February 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5

_


SHORT little League baseballGiven


I

CHIP Financial Boost

Start of play in the Station
Golf Championship Tourney has: A dream of a group of local individuals that NAS Sax

been postponed one week. I needed Little. League baseball in 1960 has become a reality I

New schedule of competition with more and more people taking interest in the project.The .

is: Feb. 12-22, Low 32 play; proposed league has six charge of players and coaches,
into units already, with the half- bet-
matches. Winners go championship says that parents with boys
flight, losers in firs dozen pioneers each pledging 200 ween 8-12 years of age wantingto

flight. dollars to support their team. play in the league should pick
The six units are: ComFair Jax
Feb. 23-27, First round; Feb up application blanks at the
Staff, VW-4, VA-44, NARTU,
and return
28-March 5, Second round; Mar Club. Commissary Store
MARTD and CPO
6-12, Third round; March 13, all'' OTHER UNITS signifying intentions them as soon as possible.HE .
final round matches.In ALSO urges all adults interested
of assisting with
spon-
in becoming a coach,
the All-Station Mixed Two-
soring a League team include:
|Ball Sunday, Bob Frazier and FAETU, VP-5, VAP-62, VP-16, manager of assisting in any NAS oth-
him at
Tina Lane won first flight laurel er way to contact
679th Air Force, Naval Hospital, 7-3483.
hale second flight was taken bj NATTCenter and NAS staffs, in extension 750 or EV
that all
:harles Stitely and Mrs. Vi Pol- addition to some wives clubs. Comdr. Bowler states
boys will be able to play ball
ock. It's not possible to determineat
and adds that boys will play
In the weekend Blind Bogey, this time how many sponsors teams of equal ability.
red Rizk won a set of iron: will be needed because the total Little
More information on
ith a net 70 and gross of 84, 14 number of boys wishing to par- League plans for the Station will

?eing the number taken from ticipate is not known.
be published next week.
|he hat. Fifteen youngsters will com-

The locker room addition tcie pose a team. They'll be chosen

Clubhouse is nearly complet- by team managers who will ob-

with new lockers in place, serve them compete, picking

oiling installed, new benches ac- them by a Little Leagueapproved -

uired and painting nearly READY FOR 6ND PLAY Al Sheppard will be one of locaT selection method.THIS .

nished. basketeers wearing Jax Navy silks in the Sixth Naval District METHOD will make it
Basketball Tourney slated Feb. 24.27 at Mainside gym. Sheppard
Lockers may be obtained bj third leading scorer on the club, holds a 14 points per impossible for boys on one teamto

ntacting the professional.O game average going into action tomorrow night at Ft. Gordon. be from the same sponsor or
unit. Thus the sponsor will pro-

vide the money, name the man-
Quintet Cops 6ND BASKETBALL ager and coach and be able to


Center CrownThe MEET SET HERE name More team money personnel.is needed for uni-

Ensigns of Aviation Officers The Jax Navy Fliers roll out the welcome mat for visit- forms, equipment and materialfor

School rolled to four ing clubs for the Sixth Naval Basketball District TournamentFeb. the initial season, accordingto
traight wins in NATTCenter Lt. C. R. Carpenter of VW-4,
24.27 Mainside other
at gym but wilL warn contendingteams
tramural basketball organization.
competiion spearheading league -
don't be hosts the
they expect to exactly gracious on
last week, running their .
hardwood floor.
tring to 12 wins, no losses. The locals currently hold a 19- quintet, 82-68, at Mainside gym Comdr. Bowler of VA-44, in
The Ensign students, al- with Sheppard's 20 point output
4 record, one of the finest sea-
ough graduating last Friday, leading Flier scorers.
sonal marks ever recorded by a Cane Hunters !
ought the championship to Jax Navy crew The locals followed this up

|eir school. with a win over Charleston Min- Remain
JACK DORMAN, veteran Flier Atop
The Ensigns defeated Supor Lant at the South Carolina port

t Splinters 79-24, AE campaigner, leads scorers with an town, 89-75. Rouse was big gun, NAS

[Blue, 64-25, MAD No. 2 18.6 points per game average, pouring in 33 points.No LeagueIn
followed by Warren Rouse (14.-
4-48, and on "Graduation is slated for Mainside intramural cage
home activity
6)), Al Sheppard ((12.2) and
veil romped to a 107-31 win Jax Navy this week. The club action last week, VW-4 remained -
coach Dick
Savage ((10.5.)
ver MAD No. 1. This is the hits the road for a two-game on top of the list, maintaining -

Ighest point total in over two No definite entries had been stand at Ft. Gordon Friday and the only unbeaten mark in RECORD MAKER -Crack-Carol
Forilell of the Jax Navy
ears of play at the center.In received for the four-day court league play.
nights.
Saturday erjax) ,, sharpens her scoring eye,
other games the Ordancemen carnival but the Pensacola Gos-
Last week's action saw VA-44 after selling a City League record
of AO defeated MAD No. hawks are expected to be avail- The pastor had called and was hold on to second place by downing of 59 points in a single

2, 61-56, AE "Gold" downed able to defend the District crown. holding the angelic little girl on '63-59. A from game. The Mt. Pleasant, N. Y.
Hospital come .
Splinters, 69-35, AO School eh? native works" in the NAS Jax
The South Atlantic Regionals, his lap. "So you can count, behind Administration team won Dental ,
then thumped AE "Blue, 50- featuring champions of the Sixth, Let me hear you," he said. its third game in a row, topping Department.
33 and AE "Gold" downed AE"Blue"
Eighth, Tenth and Fifteenth The child met the request Communications, 56-52 as Don

44-23. Naval Districts, will be held at without batting an eyelash. 'One, Orr' bucketed 20 points.

Mainside gym, Feb. 29-Mar. 3. two three, four, five, six, seven, In other competition, Aircraft TheWATER

an Tiger Bowlers IN ACTION last week, Jax eight, nine, ten, Jack, Queen, Maintenance rolled over Infirm-

Navy smothered a Ft. Gordon' King Ace." ary, 52-44, with Bill Buse collect-

ove To 2nd SpotIn .."' ,. .......... '. ing 24 makers for the winners. LINEThe

the Enlisted Men's Wives Operations knocked off the Mar-
clatter of hammer saw
owling League, the Yellow ine Devil Dogs, 37-28, and Hospital ,
and wrecking bar could be heard
3elles still hang on to the number ..J; halted FAETU, 59-51, with
through the clear cold of
early
one spot with a 34-17 mark Bob Radawicz hitting the basket
Saturday as volunteers of Navy
for 18 tallies.
The Tan Tigers, in second Jax Sailing Club turned-to

place again by taking two games Closing out the week, the Devil changing internal configurationof

from the White Owls, lost the Dogs edged out VAP-62, 47-42, Building 84.

first game by only nine pins and with Jerry Decotis hitting 25 This is being done to provide

took the next two by two and counters, and 679 Air Force slid more room for the growing club

three pins, respectively. past VAP-62, 53-47. and to house equipment of the

Katherine Felton of the Blue varsity rowing team.

Birds was leading bowler of the MA INSIDECAGE / With the 60-A Series for the
Greater Jax Trophy beginning
week with a 184 game and 464 : .r.
)L at Jax Navy the local
Sunday ,
series. Best split of the week L SLATE
club is prepping appropriately.
was converted by Mary Ann 4
Thursday a *
Warbington with the 5-10.
1800-Hotpital vt Marine Devil Dogt. The Jax Navy crew had a

Monday good workout, logging over 25
Fliers Farings 1600-VAP.62 'vi Adminittration. miles in its first week of rowing

1800-VP.5 vi Hospital. last week. One shell has been
o FO FTA FTM PCT. TP AVO. 2000-VA-44 vi Operation "
Dorman 20 153 66 44 61 372 18.6 ..',.. Tuesday completely refinished and a.

Rouse 21 123 101 61 61 307 14.6 II, L 1800-679th VI Commiiiary. second one is being redone.
Sheppard 22 114 76 41 .54 269 12.2 2000-Marine Devil Dogs vi FAETU ,Oarsmen are still needed. to

Savag 22 92 ::80 56 70 230 10.5 Wednesday I make up complete ,varsity and. '
Sterns 68 159 7.7 ....
21 72 22 15 .M
1800-VW-4 vi Infirmary. squads. C. E. Johnson a
jayvee' ,
Gadson 21 62 45 26 .58 150 7.2 ROWERS WORK OUT Candida! for the Jax Nary varsity 2000-Alrcraft Maintenance vi VAP62.A .
Holub 14 27 11 6.54 60 ".3 rowing team work out prior,to start of the season next 116-poundJmmber: of VA-44, has

Davis 3 9 1 0 00 '18 6.0 month. There is an urgent need for more men to try out for dog, they say,.keeps cool by become coxswain ,for the varsity..
Walker 12 12 6 4 61 28 2.3 the
;and experience is not necessary. Success depends on Sculling crew members currently
Amerlon 12 14 7 2 28 30 2.7 squad of 'all hands. Meet hare been arranged to. date with opening its mouth. If that works hail from the following

Aklfin Tudor 6 3 10 5 3 2 0 1 21 10 21 10' 3.1 3.5 Amherst support Nary, American International, JU,..BoUins, Purdue for everyone, some women may I commands:' Mainside, lf4RTt1;
should contact Lt.
O. Persons wishing ,to try put :"
Marietta,
'r and MARTD VA-44 'and MAD.
jreze to ,
oV the eath.'I .
8320 at Sailing Club
at extension
Mitchell
(Mart Sports,Page 6) Co!. W. P. /,



Page 6 JAX AIR NEWS 11 February 1960
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Eight Agencies IncludedIn v < < '



Year's First AppealContInued ,' r :Ad


( from Page 1)) { r ? 5( 4 1'

es held for Navy activities here. can make his contribution to anyone I kl t :

Co-chairmen of the Committeeare single agency. j :
The campaign will be conducted -
Capt. Nelson M. Head Chiefof
in with the
compliance Ap-
Staff, ComNabSix and Mr.
proved Policy and Program for
Charles Field, Production Control
Fund Raising within Federal Es-
Specialist at NAS Overhaul and
tablishments, with "True Voluntary -
Repair Department.
Giving" the theme.
During the course of the appeal as
UNITS JOINING in the
appeal
March 18
which concludes ,
personnel can make one single include NAS Jax, Fleet Air Jax,
Fleet Air Wing Eleven, NATT-
donation to all five health agen-
cies or one single contribution to i Center, Naval Hospital, NARTU,
NAS Cecil Field, Naval Station
the Joint Crusade, or they can
give to both. Too, the individual Mayport, ComNabSix, Navy and
Marine Corps Reserve Training

Center Resident Industrial Man-

Three Leagues ager's Office, Navy and Marine ,r
Corps Recruiting Office, Navy SENIOR HIGH FELLOWSHIP Members of the NAS Jax
Senior High Fellowship before laving for skating party
Enter Keg PlayMainside Area Audit Office, Navy Ex- with their advisor, Chaplain pause V. A. Henrickien, (right, rear.) : 'IlUffl/li
change, DOD Household Goods Composed of 10th, llth and 12th graders, the group meets Sundays Ild .
Intramural Bowling Field Office, Marine Barracks, at 1830 in Building 722 and Is currently holding a "Feb-

begins Monday with three leaguesof Commissary Store, Naval AirMobile ruary Membership Drive." Goal Is 50 members by March 1. ftri:

13 teams each. Bowling hours i Training Detachment, :
,
,
have changed to 1730 and 2000. Navy Training Devices, Navy Fuel Grim In This -
Nothing checked in to
Twenty tiny tots
Week's Schedule Depot, 6ND Print Shop and Dis-
ease Vector Control Center. NAS Jax recently after a "visit
Monday at 1730 with the stork." Girls outnum-
Supply vi Operations Letter From GrimmsRanking
VW-4 vi Infirmary bered boys 13 to seven.
VW-4 (A) vt Special Service Marine InspectionContinued
:Most of the little bundles of
2000-FAETU ComFairJax civilian and military leaders in the Department of:
VAP-42 vi vi VU-10, ( from Page 1)) Defense have noted "with thanks" a letter addressed by a West joy arrived January 15, with

VA-44 Vi WAVES is commanding officer of MARG14. Liberty, Iowa, family to "G.I. Joe, Care of the Pentagon, Washington eight births recorded. They include -

Wednesday 1730 D. C." Victoria Lea, to Dennis
The letter of a tire. or walking a guard post.
spontaneous -
Disbursing vi Commissary Store Leading Attack Squadron 142 appreciation Kolphin, PHAAN and Mrs. Kolp-
VW-4 vi 679th to members of the "Whatever your job is, we
is Lt. Col. John L. Shellito of hin Susan Lynn, to James Ken-
FAETU VP.52000VAP.62 ;
vi Armed Forces follows: know that we are safer becauseof
vi Marine Devil Dogs Jacksonville, while Lt. Col. RoyT. nedy, AEC, and Mrs. Kennedy;
"Dear Joe it. And Joe we appreciate it!
: ,
ComFairJax Dasher of Puerto Rico is
Hospital vi com- Robert Lee, to Clayton Lazenby,
VA-44 vi A/C Maintenance manding officer of VMA144.Lt. "You have probably never "WE APPRECIATE and re- BM3, and Mrs. Lazenby; Debra

...>" '.:, Col. Curtis S. Harrison of heard of us before and, more spect you and this is our way Lynn, to William Ewing, SN,

Winthrop, Mass., heads VMA-341 likely, you have never seen us. of saying it. and Mrs. Ewing; William Leon,

with Lt. Col .Clarence W, Perk- You are a very good friend of "Good luck, Joe, and God bless to A/lc and Mrs. Donald Law-

ins commanding officer of HMR- ours, though. you." rence; Earl Allen II, to Earl
"You are somewhere in Amer-
765. The letter was signed by "Nor- Baker, SKC, and Mrs. Baker;
ica, somewhere in Europe or
ma Grimm, Phyllis Grimm and James Ray, to Franklin Rose,
Asia, somewhere in the island
four little Grimms." They are SN, and Mrs. Rose; and Susan
countries, or perhaps somewhere
the.children of a WWII veteran. Yvonne, to M/Sgt. and Mrs. Earl
in the northern most reaches of
(AFPS) Lambeth.
I the world.

"WHEREVER you are, Joe, the Soon,after the fourth child wasborn Arriving January 16 were Gre-
Sunday, February 14 important thing is that you are gory Karl, to Gaston Lemoine,
a young mother received a AE2, and Mrs. Lemoine; Patricia
the Grimm
ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL protecting us, familyof
0830-Service of Worship. West Liberty, Iowa. play-pen as a gift. Ann, to Elmo Brown, SFC, and
Mrs. Brown James McPherson,
0930-Sunday School, three- "Wherever you are, we know "Thank you so much for the ;
to Lt. and Mrs. Robert Skillen;
year-olds through adults, Build- that we are safe because you are play-pen," the wrote. "It's a
Gregory Lewis, to Lewis Maddox : -
ing 722; Adult Bible Class, Chap- there watching a radar screen, God-send. I sit In it every after- SN, and Mrs. Maddox, and

lain Wolfe, in Small Chapel. listening to a radio, tuning up an noon and read, and the children Bernard Rafael, to Pvt. and Mrs.
HONORMAN el Sharp, 0930-Service of Worship. engine, typing out data, repairing can't get near me" Henderson.
William
Supply Personality of the 1100-Service of Worship.

Month. 1830-Teen-Age, Senior High January 17 saw arrival of

Fellowships and United Fellow- Michell Anne to Joseph McGlynn,

Sharpe ,Is Supply ship of Protestants, Building 722 '' fi.' ADC, and Mrs. McGlynn; Law-

and Small Chapel. rence Randall, to PFC and Mrs.

CS Richard Grier, and Tony Victor

Honor Employee ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL Andrew, to Joseph Genna, SK3,

0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass. and Mrs. Genna.

For February Four babies arrived January 18:

Daniel Sharpe, Management ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL Frank Herman, to Frank Lueder,

Analyst, Planning Division, has v Naval Hospital PO4r r AE2, and Mrs. Leuder; Timothy

been chosen "Supply Personalityof 0630-Mass. ,: John, to Joseph Cummings, PNC,

the Month" for February. 0930-Protestant Worship Ser- and Mrs. Cummings; John Lewis,

vice. to James DeMilio, BM1, and Mrs.
Sharpe was selected for his r ,
xz a DeMilio, and Eva-Marie, to A/3c
outstanding performance in con-
nection with development and ENTERPRISE ANCHORThe and Mrs. William Barnhouse.

preparation of charts, statistical second 60,000-pound anchor -.... ,.... -\ ,
data and a slide film presentation for the nuclearpoweredattack O&R Installs
DETECTS THE ENEMY-That' the Job of the Navy's: Grum-
for use by the Supply Officer in carrier Enterprise, was man WF.2 tracer plane, latest addition to the Fleets carrier- (Continued from Page 1))
briefing the Inspector General of poured last week. based antisubmarine early warning squadrons. The saucer-

the Supply Corps, Assistant Inspector The liquid metal was ladled shaped 18.foot radome on top contains radar antennae which "that the local shop can now accurately -

General of Supply for from two melting pots with the assists In long range detection of enemy submarines. Capt. Rob- grind to a fine finishall
Air and members of the ert Mathews, (left) ,and Lt (Jg) Ed Chybowsky prepare for internal and external cylind-
survey temperature at 2800.
flight.
the drical work that the grinder will
party during recent --
compre- ---
"
hensive survey of Supply Dept. Frosh Be Offered 'Temp' Officers accomodate.
Jacksonville native and grad- English To Here A representative of the tool

uate of Landon High School, A freshman college course, should be check (Continued from Page 1) company, B. E. Morganthall, sup-
paid by or enlisted
permanent warrant
or ervised installation of the mac-
Sharpe began his Federal Ser- English 101 (Written Communic- money order at time of registra- grade.
vice in of 1945 ations) listed in the Florida hine last week.According .
career May as a as tion. All books and supplies will
Property and Supply Clerk, GS- State U. catalog, will be offered be extra. The 18 year temporary officeris to Sharpe, tools which

2. In Jacksonville by General Ex- Service Interested in now in the same category as formerly took over an hour to
persons
He was called to active duty tension Division of Florida. tuition aid should contact their other officers with a chance for finish using makeshift procedures -

during the Korean conflict.In Registration and initial meet- Information and Education Of- two years of active duty as an now take 30 minutes with use

addition to his extended Ing is scheduled for 1900 Friday, fice. Graduates of'an accredited officer after the second passover. of the new, modern grinder -

training in Engineered Performance Feb. 12, at Central Grammar high school may receive college The new system will give the I slashing required, time in half.

Standards Program con- School, Church and Liberty, credit for the course. Others can temporary the option of revert-
ducted here by BuAer, Sharpehas streets. I enroll on non-credit basis. ing to permanent grade or stay- The section leader was taking

also attended evening classes Clases will meet once a week Complete information will be ing on in grade until he has his muster. He suddenly sneezed and

at JU to,b Her equip himself for for 16 weeks, from 1900 to 2130. available at the February 12 20 years service and is qualifiedfor three lads from Brooklyn answered

his position. Registration is 27 dollars, which meeting. retirement as an officer. I '"Here".