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Title: Jax air news
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Creation Date: February 18, 1960
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I Damp Seen Coming In PO Promotions



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Promotion opportunities look Predicted Navy line captain The Hump bill is probablythe will promote to pay grade E7as lowed by increases on July 16,
good for enlisted personnelthis promotions for this year were reason for the differences result of Navywide petty Sept. 16 and Nov. 16.

year but officers will not 556; actual selections were for between the prediction and officer exams this month. All promotions through pay

fare so well, says Navy Times. 400; for the coming year, the the promotions, according to Good news will be due for grade E-6 will be made on
Officer promotions in the prediction 367. the Times. 45,900 sailors as they advanceto May 16.Promotions.

Navy and Marine Corps will A year ago, the Marines Tailor business will be pay grades E-4, E-5 and to pay grades
drop in the coming fiscal year. estimated they would promote booming as 8,000 sailors are E-6 as result of the exams. E-6 and E-5 will be slightly

.For the Corps, the drop is 144 to colonel; the actual pro- expected to don the "hard There will be four promo- higher than those made last
small-off six predicted for motion figure was 123; the hat" as new chief petty of- tion groups of chief petty officer December following AugustPO
this year. For the Navy, the prediction for fiscal 1961 is ficers. This is the number of this year instead of five. advancement tests. There
total is down by about 1200. 113. sailors the Navy estimates it The first will be May 16 fol- will be fewer E-4 promotions.jori&rjuJTs .


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Rally Begins '

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Year's First



Fund Drive"Let's


go into this campaign .
with a smile on our faces and ---=-=

joy in our hearts, for if you I I VoL-17-No. 48 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 18 February 1960-
put the right kind of spirit in- '
to it, the dividends that will

return to you in so many Jax Credit

wonderful ways will make :? .

you proud that you could giveof 'wr- -

yourself". UnionUps
This was the message left
with hundreds of keymen and .

campaign workers by Rev. Albert d $ $ CeilingThe

Kissling, president of the
Jacksonville Ministerial Alliance,
Board of Directors of
principal speaker at the kickoff .
the Jax Federal Credit
rally Monday for the 1960 Na- Navy
Union at its most recent
tional Health Agencies and Joint
Crusade fund raising campaign. Il 1 : -.a meeting voted to raise, the
RALLYING the group before -- : limit on deposits that may be

they begin person to person sol- ,' made at the Credit Union.

icitation of funds for five national ._ .. Formerly, only $1200 a year
health agencies and three .' ; } could be deposited to any one

agencies of the Joint Crusade, w I account. .
Rev. Kissling went on to say, .; This limit has been raised and

"When you pledge yourself to .....,., members may now deposit up to
<<'
-- family at one time.
participate in such undertakings, RING THAT BELL That's the message imparted by the poster held by Rear Adm. Kenneth $10,000 per
the Credit Union
you anticipate tragedy, but also Craig, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville and Commander Neval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District DEPOSITS at
you anticipate the needs. It's niceto and Mrs. Julian Warren, during Monday's. kickoff rally at King Hall opening Jax Navy's 1960 National draw a better than average divi-
know that when tragedy does Health Agencies and Joint Crusade fund raising drive. Left to right are Rev. Albert Kiss- dend. This year they declared
strike, there are people upon ling, Jax Miniserial Alliance president, who delivered the principal address) Ruth Zimmer, chair- 4.2 percent. Add this to the life
whom can call for assistance. man of Duval County Coordinating Committee for National Health Agencies) Mrs. Warren, who insurance carried on all depositsup
you appeared on behalf of the individual health agencies; Admiral Craig; Capt. Nelson M. Head and
have
to $1000 and an unbeatable -
These agencies do a wonderfuljob. you
Charles Field, co-chairmen of the Duval County-Navy Steering Committee.
." combination.
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Mrs. Julian Warren, speakingfor I Credit Union assets are coveredby

the Health Agencies, outlined Port Of Jacksonville Monday/ Holiday : bond for any loss up to two
services rendered locally and na- million dollars exclusive of losses -
tionally and the accomplishments Control Is FormulatedLcdr. To Be ObservedMonday by loans to members. The lat-

achieved by volunteer personnelof February 22, is ter are covered by a Reserve.

each agency. Arthur J. Feher, Naval Control of Shipping Of- Washington's, Birthday, a legal Credit Union losses on this type
REAR ADM. Kenneth Craig, ficer for the Jacksonville area, today became the Navy's re- holiday for all government loan so far have amounted toonefifth
Commander Fleet Air Jackson- presentative as member of the Jacksonville Port Planning activities and will be observedas of one percent.

ville and Commander Naval Air Committee, which met for the first time this morning. at 1100. such by this command. YOUR DEPOSITS are invited.
Bases, Sixth Naval District, notingthe According to an announcement Photos and stories for' This ii a membership organization -
tremendous job turned in by released earlier this week by the (Ret.) was scheduled 'outline February 25 Air News shouldbe which the member controls.
campaign workers in last year's Jacksonville Traffic Bureau, the the program to be undertakenat delivered to the office tomorrow Any deposits made by the fifth
drive declared that "Althoughwe committee has been organized to today's organizational meeting.As (Friday). of the month, carry interest from

have established no money plan for control of the Port of Naval Control of Shipping the first.

goal for the drive, it is our hope Jacksonville, assisting the US Officer, Lcdr. Feher is now administrator ,,' "444{x!#
that everyone will give something Maritime Commission in opera- of the in-port phaseof

eo we can ring the bell for 100 tion of all US ports under emer- shipping control, coordinating
percent participation. gency conditions. routing and movements of convoys -
Also in attendance were com- and independents, subjectto
ONLY TWO months ago responsibility -
manding officers of units partici- directives of operational con-
for Naval Control of
pating in the drive and repre- trol authorities.
in this asighed
Shipping area was
sentatives of various agencies Among responsibilities of the
to Capt. James R. Reedy, NAS
(Please turn to Page 6,,Col. 2) NCSO are to report all overdue
Jax commanding officer. It
was shipping under his cognizance,
at this time that the NCOS office
Instruct convoy commodores and
'Sea Legs' Cruise was moved from the downtown
indepedent masters, maintain
Naval Reserve Training Com-
shipping plots and records, show-
t tmand to NAS Jax, to be head- ,
Set For CenteritesIn ing locations of merchant ships
ed by Lcdr. Feher. Assisting himis
and escorts, issue secret logs, arrange -
order for all non-rated sup- David Childs, QM1. preparation of convoy

port personnel at the Naval Air Composed of a representing communication plans, and maintain -

Technical Training Center to receive liaison officer from the CoastGuard liaison with local transportation -/ ff.rf;. .YJf 7f41
Indoctrination aboard a Civil Defense, military agencies. / .
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Naval ship underway, Sea Fa- commands and Army Corps of Lcdr. Feher's office reports ',
Two will be the Jacksonville Port
Cruise
miliarization Engineers, daily to the Movement Reports /
held aboard the USS Bronson for Planning Committee will endea- Control Center at Norfolk, Va.
51 non-rated men of the Center, vor to be best prepared to cope

for a two-day duration Feb. 20- with situations outlined by the ;$' ;$);: .yH.: ;;";*.f'<< ;:.;...... .
Maritime Commission should the New Ensign Class PLOTTING THE COURSE Maintaining ahlppln;'plota and
21.This is the second of the familiarization area be subjected to nuclear at- Seventy-four new ensigns have records showing location of merchant ships and records is Just
cruises, the first one tack. reported aboard the Naval Air one of many Jobs of Naval Control' of Shipping Officer, Lcdr.
being held last October. CHAIRMAN of the committee, Arthur Feher (right), who 11 also new member of the Jacksonville -
Technical Training Center to attend -
Port Planning Committee. Plotting course of a merchant
One deemed high- in of will become -
SeaFam was case emergency
; eight weeks of school. ship is David Childs, QM1. The NAS Jax commanding officer
ly'successful, with each man get- the "Port Control Director, recently assumed responsibility of Naval Control of ShIpping.
ting an opportunity to fulfill du- Lcdr. Feher says. I The new class at Aviation Of- Formerly it was conducted at the Naval Reserve Training Cen

(Please turn to Page 6, Cot 3)) Capt. N. A. Helfrich, USN ficers School started February 16. ter.IIBig .



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f4I13NM Space Age Humanity Still Behind I



Jacksonville Times In Caring For Tots' TeethIn

C pt. James R. Reedy .... .. .. ... ............................................... Commanding Officer -
Comdr. Robert Nelson ......,...................... ........................... .........Executive Offtecr an age when missiles who specializes in this is calleda Is to provide the child of three
NAB Six; Fleet Air Jecktenvllle hurl through space at speedsin or younger with continuous
Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig ........................................................................ CommanderCapt. of miles pedontist.Man dental ,
:Greyston: H. Weber ...................................................... Chief of Staff, Falrjax excess 18,000 per is born with the biologic thorough care, including
Capt. Nelson M. Head .-- ,- .' ,.. .. Chief of Staff, NAB Six hour; when man, using com- machinery to provide him with periodic examinations.The .
Fleet Air Wing tleven. mercial transportation, can
of teeth. The teeth
Capt. Robert M. Mllner ..............................."..........,............................ .. Commander race the sun westward, peopleare two complete sets primary are the mold
Capt. Charles L lambing ............................................................ Chief Staff Officer still from their primary, or "baby" teeth, and which will determine what relationship -
Naval Air Technical Training Center separated the secondary or permanentteeth. the permanent teeth
Capt. Robert J. Fleming ., Commanding Officer teeth at the same age as was will have to each other, whetheror

Comdr. Gerald R, Pearson .............Naval................................... ........... Executive Officer I George Washington.It's The third, fourth, fifth and not the ridges of one tooth

Capt. Alton C. Abernethy ........................HespHal................................ Commanding Officer not necessary that a man sixth sets that many unfortunates will fit into the grooves of an I
Capt. John G. Feder ................................... .......".................. ....... Executive Officer understand the complexities of an experience are rather inefficientand opposite tooth.
a NARTU ICBM, or be a qualified jet pilotin certainly not intended by
Capt. F. H. Holt ........................................................................ Commanding Officer order to retain his teeth to a ..' When this fit is lost, the result.
Ondr. H. Hudglna ..................................................... Executive Officer One Mother Nature. ing condition is called "malocclusion" -
ripe old age. thing necessary, ONE OF THE most important
and is of the
Printed commercially with non-appropriated fund 'In Jacksonville, Florida at no though, is that parents of the steps in avoiding these "falsies" one major
expense t to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-95 Rev. July 1958. budding genious travel the routeto causes of periodical disease, or
Distributed free of charge to military arid civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, a dentist's office while Junior "pyorrhea.
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air TIDE TABLE WHEN A malocclusion develops
!Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital. is only three years old.

frrvke Information Officer .................... Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnla Jr. MUCH TO the astonishmentof Tides at Atlantic Beach: it can be corrected only by

Assistant Service Information Officer ...,............... Andrew H. Planey adults, many of whom wear HIGH LOW i extensive and expensive orthodontics
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters-Mae Spencer, J02; Ron Davis, AN; A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. later in life.
Gene Hagan, JOSN, Sam Bowman, dentures, there's an entire field
SA. Photographer-Roscoe Carter, PH3. Fri. 12:31: 12:53: 6:48: 7:08:
The Jax Air News ls a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material of dentistry devoted to care of If a baby tooth is lost before
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs, children's teeth. Sat. 1:31: 1:56: 7:55: 8:14: Nature intended, and a dentist is
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photographs. Sun. 2:38: 3:03: 9:03: 9:20:
The field is known not consulted immediately, the
pediatric
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone extensions as Mon. 3:45: 4:11: 10:03: 10:24:
8164, 656, 272 or 216. dentistry or pedontics. A dentist space the tooth occupied will of-

ten close; the teeth beside the
Inspector General one lost will move into its space.
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Team To :1' 1118'1'.1 .illl.11 CIIIIII M I benefits In addition of pediatric to the immediate dentistry
,
Inspect .. .....<,""......... ..

Local MarinesAnnual II : .. ....... .; :: !.. ... t.-.III... .. .1... ... .11' there involved is also, in an that educational the child factor has

I'.I .t.\.i. learned early the importance of

inspection of local Ma- ) ,! .) caring for his teeth.A .
.,
rine units will be conducted ,. \ 4, .. ,.. .. r! ... ..... . ......., :
Feb. ,@f.:' "' :".:.",.: V : :.. .' ... .:';.:.:.:.." .:......'..''....,..:...,.:... :. ... relatively small investmentat
.
29 through March 4 by a team t.t. .. .. .. . an early age will avoid most

representing Inspector General 6f of the larger expenses of adoles-

the Marine Corps, Col. Duane cent and adult dentistry. Most

Fultz, commanding officer of important, the parent will have
NAS Jax Marine Barracks announced -
satisfied more fully his obligations
today. with regard to health of
Every phase of Marine activi- the child.
ties will be included in the inspection -
-Lt. John Paterson III
here, including person-
NAS Jax Denial Dept.
nel, administration, training and
supply.

Marine Barracks, including the ,# Adm. Lee Leaving
Mayport sub unit, Marine Air
Reserve Training Detachmentand
Marine Aviation Detachmentare t. NAn CommandThe

to be inspected. ___. _..n.nn.
Representing Maj. T. G. Ennis INSPECTION ARMS Accompanied by Lt. Col. Patrick Harrison Navy announced that Rear

Marine Corps Inspector General, commanding officer of MARTD, Brig. Gen. Frederick E. 6ND TransportationOffice Admiral Fitzhugh Lee, Chief of
of Inspection Division, Head- Leek. Commander of Marine Air Reserve Training, (left center) Naval Air Technical Training

quarters MC in Washington, DO, inspects Marines attached to Florida's Group 14 at NARTU last. Moves SiteThe since May 1958, will join the
Saturday. Standing the inspecUon"were 250 Marines attached
the three-man team is headed by some Atlantic Fleet its Deputy
to Attack Squadron 142, 144 and 341, and Helicopter 6ND Branch Passenger as
Col. Alfred H. Marks. Lt. Col. Transport Squadron 765. Prior.to the personnel inspection the Transportation Office, offering CommanderinChief.The .
Rolland Marker and Capt. De- general, from MARTD, Glenview, ilL, ispected local unit facilities Naval Air Technical
Ronda Wilkinson are also on the and the flight line and ready room. service at arranging commercial
Training Center here is under
team. transportation for service '
per military command of the Chiefof
Arriving here from the Sixth sonnel, is now operating from its
Marine Corps NCOs Given Naval Air Technical Training.
Marine Corps Reserve and Re- new location in Building 13 at
cruiting District at Atlanta, the the Main gate. ,Officials said Admiral Lee will
team is scheduled to proceed to report to Norfolk early next
New Chance At CommissionMarine Full information
on commercial
Marine Barracks at Yellow month. He will officially relieve
airline flights is
Water, and later to Sanford, after available at the Vice Admiral W. V. Davis March
Corps active duty NCO's have additional office
now
an any weekday. Airlines offering -
completion of the local inspec- 31. With assumption of his new
tion. opportunity to gain a commission Navy- Times reports.- service at the local office post, Admiral Lee will become
NCO's can apply for appoint- include Eastern, National, North-
degree or, if high school Vice Admiral.
a grad-
ment as commissioned Reserve east, Southern and Delta.
FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION Officers. This program supple- uate, must pass an officer selection Slated to take over as Chiefof

ments the regular warrant officer test. Ron: "I can tell you how much Naval Air Technical Trainingat

and limited duty officer Age limits are at least 20 and water runs over Niagara Falls to Memphis, Tenn., is Rear Admiral

programs open to qualified en- not more than 27 years old when a quart." David J. Welsh, currently
to : tne listed Marines. applying. Commander CarDiv Five and
+ Sam: "Alright how much
sssssat ? in
77
Commander Task Force
esOCIalION Pay grade E-4 and above career -
; : Those selected will take a ten- Ron: "Two pints."
the Western Pacific.
fN Marines are eligible for the
week course at the Marine Corps

: Reserve officer program. Schools, Quantico, Va. Upon pg -T .. f'S
tC They must have completed at completion of the school, they T'gg fll

least two years and not more will be commissioned second

Regular monthly meeting oi than five years active service on lieutenants and be put in Basic :'
date of submission of application School for further
Yukon Branch 126 will be held training. d i4,

tonight (Thursday) at 2000 in Candidates must have a college Additional information on this Z

the meeting hall. program may be found in Ma-
Tickets are available for the Employee Lodge To Meet rine Corps Order 1040.9A.

annual Birthday Dance to be American Federation ,of Gov-

held February 27 at the River ernment Employees, Lodge 579, Double feature movie titles:

side Lions Club, 1240 McDuff has scheduled its regular monthly "I Am ,a Camera" plus "Over-

Ave.A. meeting for Sunday (Feb. 21) exposed." .
motto of the Fleet Reserve at 1400 at W. Union Baptist
"Lady Godiva" plus "Run For i
Association is: "Protection." Pro : Church, 755 Alcorn StAll ,

tection of one's country by educating i Lodge members are urgedto Cover.
an adequate Navy to insure be present and visitors. are "Loan Shark" plus "Every- fL!
"
thing I Have Is Yours. :
peace; to provide protection to welcome.,
shipmates, active, reserve and President of the group is "An American in Paris" plus ...

retired, and by furthering or James Smith, with W. F. Gordon "The Big Hangover." MISSILE SHOOTER The P 'Henry, second of th. nation's -

sponsoring measures beneficial vice-president and Alphonse Kelly "The Seventh Veil" plus Thames ballistic .milille-flrlng atomic submarines, glides Into the
to all, i secretary. "Great Expectations.. launch River at Groton, Conn. The lubmarnie, which can
the
Polaris missile, will Join .
the fleet later this year.'ag.2

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18 February 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3



: r !i ,.B.1..N. '; '. :,." "simtJ.i, ,. ,. }(,I :, Air Traffic: Controllers

!ire ,. .
Welcome aboard to some 28
Local Classes
sailors who checked in for dutyat Attending

NAS Jax last week.

Arriving February 8 were Ver- In order to meet requirements for trained approach con

non Hall, EM3, of Quincy, Fla., trollers, the Air Traffic Control Division: of NAS Jax Opera-
i from USS Howard Gilmore (AS- tions Department operates its own approach control schoolIt

16); Duane Link, EM2, of Bis- is a comprehensive four-
marck, ND, from USS Jacana week course of instruction in approach both fields.
(MSC-193)); Roger McLemore, of control procedures, designed THE GRADUATE of the schoolis
Philadephia, Miss, from USS specifically to meet needs not yet a qualified approach
Tulare (AKA-112)); Bernard Sch- and peculiarities of the local area. controller, however. He must still

open, AGAA of Deadwood, SD, STUDENTS attending the work as assistant controller, and

from NATTU, NAS Lakehurst, school are previously qualified controller under supervision,
NJ; Leon Mixon, BTCA of West t tower or radar controllers. Theyall until he has reached the degreeof

Palm Beach, Fla., from USS Am- have a general knowledge of proficiency necessary to con-
phion (AR-13)); James Thomas, the area which allows the instructor trol the volume of traffic in this

GMC of, Waycross, Ga., from : to eliminate much basic area.
USS Independence (CVA-62)),I instruction.The The prospective controller must

and Donnie Wingard, ETNSN, of school began in the sum- pass a Federal Aviation Agency

Warrenville, SC, Noel Roberts, k iS1 mer of 1958 and has since graduated examination and receive a Sen-
ior Control Tower
SA, of Falmouth, Ky., and Iris thirty from the completecourse Operator cer-
tificate before he is
Atwell, HA, of Miami, Fla., all along with other students qualified to
from NTC Great Lakes. Ill. M' > 3 who attended only a lecture por- perform approach control. dutieson

February 9 saw arrival of I tion of the course. Lt. B. O. Bibb, his own.
James Davis, HA, of Tuscaloosa, ATC Division Training Officer, is The school eliminates many
Ala., from USNII, Great Lakes, in charge of the school. weeks of on-the-job training that
would be to fora
Ill.; James Mock, TD1, of Syl- Instructors arc fully qualified necessary qualify
senior certificate.THE .
vania, Ga.; Lowell Robertson, t petty officers and civilian air traf-
RD2, of Dallas, Tex., from USS x ; ; *{ ___ fic control specialists assigned to ATC Division is respons-
ible for \ Jax
manning Navy Ap-
Yorktown (VCS-10, and Ira the ATC Division.
Shubel, ATSAN, of Grinstone TEN DAYS of the course are proach Control, which controlsall
City, Mich. and Robert Under- devoted to subjects concerning Instrument Flight Rule traf-
fic within Restricted
Area
wood, ATSAN,. of Grand Junc- navigational aids within the Navy 161.
tion, Colo., both from NATTC, Jax Approach Area and surrounding This area, lying south and westof
NAS is 40 miles east and west
NAS Memphis, Tenn. airways'structure to a dis-
r. :.y and 60 miles north and south in
Checking in February 10 were tance of one hundred miles.

Irwin Melson, EM2, of Spring- Location identifiers, instrument size.All
instrument to
field, Mo. from Mine Squadron approach and departure procedures approaches
both NAS Jax and NAS Cecil
10, Naval Mine Force, and Walter minimum enroute altitudes,
Field all IFR aircraft
operating
Kallaher, AN, of Memphis, and aircraft performance characteristics -
within the and
Tenn., Jon Yust, AN, of St. are only a fraction of the area, practically
Louis, Mo., and Frances Stahl- many classroom subjects. Intens- all air traffic except military
visual flight rule (VFR) traffic
schmidt, AN, of West Alton, Mo. ified instruction is the rule and
all from NS Charleston, SC. outside memory work is a course comes under control of Navy Jax
Control.Secretary .
On February 11, the following requirement. Approach

reported aboard: William Brad- Classroom work Is followed by
ley, AN, of Arkansas City, Kans., ten days of simulated problems Exam
Leon Fuettere Jr., AN, of Tampa, conducted on "mock-ups. Two
Fla., David Paddock, AN, of Mi- students are assigned as approach Reported Open
ami, Fla., Robert Brown, AN, of controller and assistant approach The Civil Service Commissionhas

West Hollywood, Fla., and Rich- controller, and remainder act as opened an examination for
ard Levy, AA, of Miami, Fla., all I LABORATORY: WORK: Top photo Student Air Controller pilots. Two groups are in separ- Secretary (Stenography) GS-5
from NARTU Jax. I play role of pilots during ATC Approach Control School sessions ate rooms with instructors assigned through 7. Persons interested in
Last of the week's check ins arrived at NAS Jax. Left to right, (clockwise) D. P. Jenkins, AC2, W. T. to each attaining eligibility for these
February 12. While David Blaydoe, AC1 R. P. Rolhrock, AC2, E. Pritchard, AC1, (itand- group.MICROPHONE positions should file applicationForm
ing): J. L. Fleiher, AC1 H. N. Malan, AC1, and J. V. Hint, speaker inter-
Welch, AB1, of Boston, Mass., AC1. Bottom John connect the to simu- 5000A.,
photo, Crossley, ACC, (left) acts as approach coms groups
reported aboard from USS Wasp controller while T. W. Grundtvii, AC1, assist during practice late radios. Instructors have tak- It should be sent to Fifth U.S.
(CVS-18), others arrived from session. en actual problems from the Civil Service Region, Atlanta,
NTC, Great Lakes, Ill. They Navy lax Approach Control records Ga. before close of business
were: Erwin Westberg, SA, of for use in the mock-ups. March 1.
West Allis, Wise, Ballard Phillips, Off-Duty Group Study Students begin with problemsin A copy of the announcement,

SA, of Welch, W. Va., Ronald instrument approaches to NAS which contains complete information -

Weaver, SA, of Shippensburg, Classes Form Jax, then approaches to NAS Ce- is available for review
Pa., and Cancil Stanford, SA, of AgainSecond cil Field, and finally simultaneous the Employment Office (Build-
Mobile Ala. 907.
ing )
approaches to both fields.
semester of USAFI off-dutgroustudy classes
,sponsored by NAS Jax I&E is scheduled to begin soon, re- The Anal days of mockupsare Patient: "TTil" Is my first op-
I Great Books I ports: James Thomas, GMC, in charge of registration. the full treatmentsimultaneous eration and I feel nervous."
I Formerly conducted by NAR- departures and approaches Doctor: "I know just how you
Group To Meet TU, the courses this semester for Other college courses anticipatedthis together, with 'emergencies for feel. It's my first, too."

Machiavelli, the Prince is the first time are to be offeredby semester are speech I (public ...'" "....'H. ,._ .. ..... -
subject to be discussed at Mainside, coordinated by Lt speaking), a two-hour course,and

next meeting of the 'Great (jg) Harry Klein, I&E Offirer. analytic geometry, fourhours.IN .

Books Discussion Group at TEMPORARY plans, Thomas ADDITION to these, many

Mainside Library, it has been says, are that forthcoming classes other subjects, both high school ,5.Z'A: 's H
announced by Mrs. Margaret will be conducted in classroomsat and college level, are availablein :

Clees, Librarian. NARTU as in the past. the fields of social science,

Next Wednesday, (Feb. 24)) Among high school level sub- mathematics, history, languages, c.; .
is date set for the meeting, to jects to be offered are general bookkeeping and accounting if
be held in the music room of mathematics I and II, beginning 10 or more people are interested.

the library in Building 3. algebra I and II, plane geometryI Courses are taught by accredi- cS/9 ( L'f
The meeting will begin at and high school English (for ted civilian instructors and meet <'s
2000. grades nine or ten), all offeringone once weekly. Under direction of .fyt

half Carnegie unit credit. F. J. Maggi, ADC of NARTU,
Advanced algebra will also be classes formerly convened Mon- _
Aviator Is Needed As taught, offering one unit credit.A day through Thursday afternoons. S'.C S

Missionary To LiberiaThe number of college level There is no charge for instruc- >

NAS Jax Chaplain's Of- courses are also planned. Provid- tion or books under' the group y .1 .:
three semester hours credit, No
fice has received the following ing study plan. registration. fee
notice from the Missions Boardof courses in English composition I is required.
and II, history of US I and II,
the United Lutheran Church: I Although no permanent date
and college algebra are available. 11 ____
The church needs a highly has been set for beginning of

qualified pilot for service as a Wife: "John, dear, I dreamedfor classes, chief Thomas says it will llg?
Christian! missionary in Liberia. three straight nights that you be late March or early April.

Besides holding an accredited pi- bought me a fur coat. What do However, he says it is urgent that "B" SCHOOL GRADUATE Honorman at the recent grad-
lot's license, he must also have uation of Aviation Electrician's Mate School, Class B at NATT-
training and knowledgeof you think it means? interested persons contact him Center is Terry Owens, AE2, (left) of Bed'ord, Ind., receivinga
thorough Husband: "An awful disappointment immediately.He certificate from Lcdr. Julius Moessner, AE Schools T aining
airplane mechanics. Officer. Owens has transferred
been to
Flag Administrative
will into be contacted at
come exten-
Address inquiries to Candidate your may Chief of Naval Air Reserve Training at NAS Glenview,
Secretary, 231 Madison Ave:, N. Y. life." sion 458, Building 906. Knit .



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Military Men And Machines Aid r With TheToastmasters 1t 1



1960 Winter Olympic GamesSquaw

Bob Tillman was topicmaster

-- at last Thursday's meeting of
Valley, Calif. (AFPS) be cut into the side' of the car parking lot, courtesy of the MarNav 2280 Toastmasters at

-The VIII Olympic Winter hills. Navy Snow Compaction team Charlie's Restaurant. Chairman

Games begin here today Snow-r e m 0 v al equipment, of Port Hueneme, Calif., is Riley Collins called the meetingto
thanks in part to combined efforts capable of moving 50 tons of available.To order.

of all branches of the snow an hour, is available for give a better idea of the The club tried an experimentby

Armed Forces who worked use in the Valley. To insure job that was done, here's a not having a toastmaster for

u diligently to turn the natural safety of officials and compet- look at Squaw Valley, locatedin the evening. Each speaker, in

,)<. amphitheater into a safe bat- itors against sudden storms, the Sierra Nevada Range turn, had to introduce the next
: v. tleground for sports. shelters were erected and first near Donner Pass. The altitudeat man.

For Salt And it wasn't all military aid areas prepared.The the floor of the Valley' is Bill Hood talked on "Rambling

In Auguiti, G.., 2 bdrm home, tile manpower either. On loan from military Job hasn't end- 6,200 feet and rises to 8,885 at Around," then Jerry Huskin offered -
central bath, large heat. kit Call, fenced Augusta ytrd RE, 60273.air cond., Armed Forces installations, ed with start of the Games. On the west end. views on "Bright Lights

Ortega Hilli, 3 bdrm house, 1 1'k. baths, I equipment used to fashion the hand to supervise maintenanceof It Is. a half mile wide and and Crime." Wally Miller triedto
swimming pool, $700 down & closing setting is valued at more than more than 230 pieces of two miles long and its yearly sell a railroad with "RailroadFor

COlt PH EV 80587.Rent $2% million military equipment, ranging snowfall of 450 inches is the Sale"; Ed Wright enunciatedon !
For As early as a year ago mili- from generators to D8 Caterpillar heaviest in the United States. "Nemetodes" while George

2 Call bdrm CH, furn 92721.apt, elect kit, $80 per tary men and machines were tractors, is Army Capt. Last year v during the monthof Foster taught members how to I,
mo.
1 bdrm, furn apt, prlv bath, clean $65 at work on new approaches, George Jindra. February there was a re- be tactful with "Points For
per mo. PH SP 1.1106. trails, roads, starting platformsand Uncle Sam hasn't. neglectedthe cord-breaking fall of 114 Poise."
4 room, furn. apt, elec & hot water rest stations that had to spectator either. A 10,000. inches. At next weeks meeting, the i ii
furn, gas heat & cooking, Call EV 8-6768. i
Unfurn apt, elec kit, garage, private, club will pick the man to represent I
Conv to NAS, Call EV 95326. the outfit at the semi- ,
3 bdrm furn, cottage, $55 per mo. 3 ASHC Continuing annual speech contest.
room furn apt, $40 monthly, and Trailer 1 .
with porch, $40 per mo. Phone CO !
4-4061. Shopping Service; Toastmasters Club 546 dedicated -
This 'n' That last week's program to Abra-

Any AT1) desiring to swap for duty at Instructions Given ham Lincoln. Bill Crosby, Bill j ji
VAW.11 North Island San Diego Calif. Highsmith, Ken Chapman and i
Contact-J. C. Dodd AM 1 SP 10379. Washington (AFPS) For Moe Moessner took different
Ride wanted from fairfield to NAS.
another year the Armed Services people involved in Lincoln's assassination -
Edna Anderson. Bldg 1, Ext. 8102.
Ride wanted, from Park St. to NARTU. Hospitality Committee, a non- and described parts
Miss Odom Ext8104. profit operation, is offering its that these people played in the
Ride wanted from Jax Beach. Patricia I shopping service whereby serv- century's most dramatic murder
lynch, CH 95538.
Ride wanted, from Bennett Rd. to O&RA. icemen and women may order Fritz Hellings was toastmasterand
B. Cullon, FL 91410. Easter (April 17)) and Mother's 9 I to him goes the credit for
Day (May 8)) gifts and remem- -' the enlightening program. Gun-

brances for their families and LT.11 I nar Hanson took over as master
.baekpfe
friends. evaluator.

"We can send for you corsages, ; JY. The Club plans to hold classesin ,
Easter lilies or other potted public speaking in the near W

plants, candy and similar gifts. hM4.4 -. future which will be open to all [tort,
Sunday, February 21 We can send toy rabbits, Easter officers on the Station. 'athlCftff<

ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL baskets, or a new Easter dress :

0830-Service of Worship. for children. A lively round of table topics of

0930-Sunday School, three- It lists the following instruc- and speeches ranging from the

year-olds through adults, Build- tions: (a) Give name, rank or .. ,. facetious to the serious high- 1
; ; : :
'
!:w.w 'wH: :WnwmYyrr: :r vw: +v4'nrq: : ;: yf"EIGHTBALLI"
ing 722; Adult Bible Class, Chap- rating, serial number, unit, A- Lcdr.,Kendall Chapman v:, (right) Enlisted lighted Tuesday's session of Navy
lain Wolfe, in Small Chapel. PO or FPO and port city; (b) Personnel Officer at the Naval Air Technical Training Center, Civilian Toastmasters at Karl
0930-Service of Worship. Give names and complete ad- points out to Ted Vielbig, PN2, error the latter was responsiblefor Hellenthal's Restaurant.Tom .
1100-Service of Worship. dresses of persons to receive in diary entry. Vielbig was awarded the "Order of the Diary Stringfellow decried
1830-Teen-Age, Senior High gift: (e) Enclose money order Eight-Ball Trophy" for his "misdeed. Hell retain possession of plight of the suburbanite who
Fellowships and United Fellowship give approximate sizes; (d) Tell the trophy until one of his fellow worker makes similar mis-
pays taxes but gets nothing from
take, then the silverware will adorn another desk.
\ of Protestants, Building 722 how enclosure card should read the city in his "I Want To LiveIn
and Small Chapel. and how much to spend for each the City Limits;" Dr. Paul

C. gift: (e) Enclose money oredr Armed Services Answering Mori succeeded in landing several -
ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL for total amount plus enough for more members of the growing '/

0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass. parcel post or telegram for late Educational Tax QuestionsWashington "I Quit Smoking Club"' in his
delivery of flowers.
"Cigarettes Are Killing You;" A J
ST LUKE'S CHAPEL ARHC returns all balances of (AFPS) Is off-duty education a deductible rebuttal to Mori's argument was
unspent together withan
Naval Hospital money item for Federal income tax purposes? offered extemporaneously by Van
exact accounting of
0630-Mass. money That question has been puzzling officers Norman; while Dick Baber de-
many and
0930-Protestant Worship Ser- spent. en- fended his right to be bachelorand J.'
who a
For gifts to be delivered east listed men are paying for.their education.
vice. The is to forever still 'those who
both
answer "yes" and"no" I
of the Mississippi the following I
for ,
confront
are higher learning under- bachelors with "Why
address should be used order
The cub reporter was told to on THE ARMED Forces Income taken basically for the purposeof Don't You Get Married."
and order: Recreation '
his stories the bare money : In his talk on "My Pet Peeve"he
cut to essen-
Services, Inc., Room 27A, Old Tax Council has given an opinion
tials. So his next one came out Post Office Building, Washington which points out what an indi- (1) Maintaining or improving closed with this, "I am a hap-
i skills required by the taxpayer py bachelor. You are all frustrated I.
this way. . 25, D. C. vidual should do about it. in his -
I employment or other husbands and you want me to
"John Smith looked up the West of Mississippi: Unit- Regulations say expendituresmade trade or business, or be unhappy too. You ask me why I

elevator shaft to see if it was ed Voluntary Services, Inc., 218 by a taxpayer for his ((2)) MEETING the express re I don't get married. I ask you

coming down. It was. Age 43." Tilton Avenue, San Mateo, Calif. education are deductible if they quirements of a taxpayer's em why don't you get divorced."

ployer, or the requirements of Critics, headed by master eval- ,.
: ,.:': M9. ,,.'n'1.t'r; ,'' 7'w' .;y,',.:;;..:' xi uH.r ,e;4;'axSya?S, y'f9e'.ax. applicable law or regulations, uator Andy Planey, were Ken

I imposed as a condition to the Scales, Bill Clearman, Steve
: retention by the taxpayer of his Walsh and Dr. Max Suter. df

salary, status or employment.Item .

one indicates educational
I expenses are generally deductible .Ballard Hudson C
,
where a taxpayer tries to 5;
; date or improve an already pos-up Get AE HonorsJames .

; sessed skill. An example would Ballard, AEIAN, of

: be a physics teacher who take Urbana, 0., and ASgt. Charles .i

courses educational in nuclear .physics and Hudson, of Quincy, Mass., .i"I rI
methods. collected graduation honors at

THE COUNCIL opinion pointed Aviation Electrician's Mate .
out that the fact an employerhas ,School at NATTCenter last t,
.
-1V; t contributed a portion of the I week.. ,
r
fee does not "in' and by'' itself s Ballard will be transferred

make any additional fee borne to CIC School, Glynco, Ga., I
by the individual deductible. while Sgt. Hudson has not yet
s. Nor, the Council said, is the received orders. .

: n n _'_ ..........-, _x ; ,__-_ _.m._ fact that participation in the pro Honors at Aviation Ord-
w.- -- is encouraged I c
gram by an em nanceman School graduation
RECEIVE PUBLIC WORKS SAFETY AWARDS Safe driving practices and overall safety
ployer a controlling factor. last week
on the Job has earned various shops of NAS Public Works Department safety certificates. Sh"o went to James Os-
supervisors are ihown after a short ceremony flighting the safety record held last week. To terbertr, AOAA, of Dallas,
earn a shop safety award, a shop must operate far one year without a work-disabling injury. Safe Diffvnishuns: Hole in the wall 1 Ore. He now heads for the
driving certificates are received when a man drives for one year without a chargable accident. -Mouse House. USS Oriskany.



I960 JAX AIR NEWS P.g5


-10 Captures r



ir Jax Cage



[urney Crown10 :

[- one of the clubs travele -

longest distance to par j

|te Basketball, captured Tourney the ComFaii last Eight Entries ReceivedIn


defeating VF-174, 64-55, ii in

ainside handwriting gym final.showed on the rs 6 ND Cage TourneyThe


early in the week-loni, s z

y when the eventual win- \ dope sheet is quickly being' filled out on the Sixth

ipset highly-regarded USS! : :, Naval District Basketball Tourney scheduled for Mainside

61-46. ; entered to date. I
gym Feb. 24-27, with eight teams

10 followed this by knock- The defending champion Pen- in tomorrow at 2000. ---

twice-winning Sanford, sacola Navy Goshawks will be i in
DORMAN leads Flier
[The Utility outfit, how the event, as usual, along with JACK
scorers with an 18.6 points per
affered a semi-final scare such other 6ND luminaries as ,
mark. Other top point -
a 52-46 to Naval game producers
ng game VFh Memphis Navy, Charleston
Warren Rouse (14.6)
team entered the finals; Station, i Green Cove Navy and are
((12.2)).
and Al Sheppard
one defeat in the double host Jax Navy Fliers.

ion contestgames The Ft. Gordon Signalaires1
GLYNCO NAVY, NAS Sanfordand
,
continued their mastery of Jax
r VF-174 downed Charleston Hospital have also
75-68 Sanford Navy in the Fliers' only activitylast
; toppled
Others
sent in entry forms. maybe
week capturing a 103-80
63-59 Essex ,
; defeated in the fold before action starts
70-59; VA-44 eliminated43 win over the Savagemen. Ken

in a neighborhood" next Wednesday. Keller' tallied 31 points for the

'd Sanford handed VF- _. ._.w..........._ '. Jax Navy is oneof the tourney Army five.
eat, 78-60. CAUSE TO SMILE Myron Pat Brady, 126-pound keg of favorites off pre-game dope, and

[rnets of VA-44 dropped dynamite, breaks out in a grin following his championship in the local quintet will carry one
from Open diyision of last week's Golden Gloves Tournament at the of the finest records ever into the
further play, 56- Main St. Arena. Brady's winning effort was the lone bright four-day tourney. The Fliers are TheWATER

locals were themselves spot in the Jax Navy camp. Brady was declared Mot Outstand. currently 19-5 with two games to

by VF-174, 54-47. ing Boxer of the tourney and is now preparing for the Eastern before 6ND time.
m MBBHMlMMMI I HMBlliB nil Regional Golden Glove, in New York City Feb. 28-Mar. 3. play
The Red Raiders of St. Augus- LINEIf

bel/Trying/ tine are scheduled to face Jax
Pat Brady Lone G G Navy at 2000 tonight in Main- it hadn't been for Jax Navy
beck
Here? would have been
side gym. Old Southern.. Foods, a competition

to: baseball, a defunct strong City league) club, comes canceled at the Orange Park
lund here for several Champ For Jax NavyThe Rudder Club Sunday with the
"
have life breathed 42-degree temperature and 25-'

,batik;' [it this season Jax Navy boxing team suffered a disappointmentin Fliers Farings knot wind.

",.Pei i interested in play- the Jacksonville Golden Gloves Tourney, bringing home o fG fTA FTM PCT TP AVO Except for Don Labry of the

'int v f j// hardball are asked only one winner in last week's fight show. Dorman 20 153 66 44 67 372 18.6 Florida Yacht Club in his cruiser

Ito"': I' ?;an interview with I Myron Pat Brady, rugged 126- Sheppard 23 122 80 43 55 287, 13.1 "The Lively Lady" all contenderswere
-aihI vector' Frank Mc'CafcrQ pound Navy ring veteran, won er in another Open bout. Rouse 22 13.4 106 63 60 331 15.1 bundled
,, from'the Navy, up
!', the Open crown in his weight Jax Navy's final ray of hope in Savage 23 9S 82 57 69 247 10.7
Building Three. the last round of Open warfare, Sterns 22 73 26 18 69 164 7.5 like "frostblters" of Northern
.. Ifs gh show a class. The Louisiana native look- 049 28 57 158 7.2
; persons Arnold Tillman, ahead on pointsat Godson 22 62 climes.In .
'.i' terest, the sport ed so impressive he earned the Amenon 13 14 8 3 31 29 2.1
maybe one stage of the exciting fight, the first heat, Lcdr, Vernon
: : cd, with practice slate nod as Most Outstanding Boxerof Davll .4 10 1 0 00 20 5.0
::1 '. the tourney. took a lot of second round pun- Holub U 21 11 6 S4 60 4.3 Anderson of FAW-11 took first
irt about March 15.
;II N, ishment from Chico Brown and Walker 12 12 6 4 67 28 2.3 place in Bantam racing;. followedby
BRADY IS now prepping for Akltin 6 10 3 I 21 21 3.5
Steinfeldt VW-4.
failed to come out for the third Bruce
an in the Eastern
5 Learnslers Golden appearance Gloves in New York City round against the Donaldson AFB in heated Maj. Roy Van Rope bf the Air
slugger. .Two Alaskans were a
early next month, then is looking Force finished' third even thoughhe
Are forward to the Sixth Naval Dis- Wilder AC of Jacksonville cap- discussion{ with a Texan on the had a rudder casualty and

\ trict meet. tured the Open team crown after usual l point. nearly swamped at one point in

several years of waiting whileFt. warned the race.
"You'd better be quiet
On the to victory in the
rg/j Foesetball way well-balanced team.
local Gloves, Brady TKOd Jimmy Benning's one Alaskan 1 "or we'll cut In the second heat, Steinfeldt, at
took Novice honors. Glen
Myra
players of Patrol Cummings of Jacksonville Beach the Alaska in two . then you'll helm of Beta, although forced to
Playground copped
sUb-nov-1 restart and losing a luffing matchon
then decisioned Eddie "
tough
ron 5 have proved they'referent ice title. be the THIRD largest state.
from other Mainside Smith of Ft. Benning.In the second leg with Epsilon,
rounded the second'buoy in sec-
ural cage contestants as other bouts Jax
Navy men ond position and outpointed his
fell to the power of VW-4,, fared this way: Novice boxer
nearest foe to win first place.
last week. Don Caldwell gained a decisionover
Comdr. Rich of NATO
victory kept the Caners Jerry Flournay then suffered w Clancy
Center steered Epsilon to second
? unbeaten with eightin a TKO at 1:15 of the first
while third place went to
[ as many outings. round in his 175-pound final spot,
Lcdr. Anderson in Alpha.
other action, VA-44's sharp- round match with Major Whit- -Jr.nR *

ng Hornets downed Hospi- lock of Ft. Benntng.
that black
The experts report
JI3-59, with Joe Foley tossing BONNIE Whitlock, also of bass are biting well on the grass

points for the victors. the formidable Benning squad, beds of the St. Johns River and

craft Maintenance decisione kayoed Butch Smith, while Rob- I Lake George. >* /
679th Air Force unit, 53- \ .I'
ert Montgomery was dropped by
f Eight, 10 and 12 pounders have
ith Bill Buse dumping 32
Nat Wright, classy Wilder AC
the No. 04
using
been caught
15 to nail down 'high scoring puncher who went on to the 135- :
hook and Bull Head minnows
r for the week.Administration pound Open title.
Speckled perch catches are also "

gaining more Wright decisioned Frank Brewer reported good in the deep water

gth with each outing, won of Savannah, an earlier win- of Lake Santa Fe, using Missouri \

|fourth straight, thumping the ner of Jax Navy's favored Henry minnows for bait

iril Dogs, 58-36, while Hospi- Strother. Tom Glover of WilderAC

53.came back to drop Operations, dumped Jax Navy's Joe Jet- Yellow Belles Dominating


ommunications then defeated EM Wives Tenpin CircuitIt

rations and VP-5 rolled over MAINSIDE was all Yellow Belles in

irmary, 70-46. Hospital tripped Enlisted Men's Wives bowling
Devil Dogs in the week's CAGE SLATE
play last week, as the league
il activity, 8046.on Thursday leaders took three games from

1800-VA-44 VI 679th ACWRON the White Owls and registered
: "Aren't you the girt who 2000-Operation* vt Administration Fr high series and game marks inthe

sd to shrink from my kisses?" Monday : process.

on: "1 can't recoil at the 1800-Commun. vi FAETU -
2000-VAP-62 vi VP-16 DURING COMFAIR SAX EVENT::. Competition was dead Second-place Tan Tigers took
lent.
Tuesday serious during last week's ComFairJax Basketball Tournamentat a 3-0 win from the Blue Birds.
1800-VP-16 vi VP-5 Mainside gym with teams going all-out in an attempt at win Mary Ann Warbington, White
Tunner"* Mate: '"The enemy 2000-Hotpital vi VW.4Wednesday ning the Fleet Air Jax crown. During heated action in an early week
Owls bowler of the
was
thick as peas, sir. What shall round game between Sanford and VF-174 of Cecil Field, attention
lol" 1800-VP-16 vi A/C Maint.2000Administration is focused on a loose ball. Sanford put on a late drive to with a 182 high 'game and 482

Znsign: "Shell them." vi Devil Dog down the, Fightermen 7860. VU-10 was tourney winner. set.ebruarT .



6 JAX AIR NEWS 18 February 1960

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I MARINE MUSEUM PLANNED FOR PHILLY : j lllBlJi''w,

"d\:\ ""., C ;
Philadelphia (AFPS) Plans' stored to Its original appearance commemorate the role of the committee also is raising funds to

for a Marine Corps memorial' when the Continental Congressmet leathernecks in the Revolutionarywar carry the project through. NlfKi}

museum In Independence National there. and early days of the re- The Marine Corps, in announc- '. ,--. '" .. "' }
Historical Park here have The Marine museum as partof public.A ing the museum, said it will occupy It was business as usual at the

been announced
Headquarters.The New Hall dating from 1792 honor all Marines In U.S. history to be one of our great national 22 newcomers being welcomed to

park Is a joint project of. and one of the city's oldest who died serving their country. shrines. It will serve as a potent the world recently.

the Federal Government and the buildings. It stands directly In I Organization of the new mu- inspiration to present day 'Amer Births of January 22 were:

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, front of Carpenter's Hall, early seum's exhibits Is being undertaken icans." Karen Lorraine, to James Blythe,

located in central Philadelphia In seat of the Continental Congress. by the Marine Corps Persons desiring 'to contributeto AN, and Mrs. Blythe; Jeffrey

the vicinity of Independence When the building is restored Memorial Museum Citizens' Com- the project should address the David, to Lt. (jg) and Mrs.

HalL and open to the public early in mittee, headed by Maj. Gen.L. committee at 2300 Market St., David Kahne; Michael Alan, to

By 1963 this area will be re- 1961, its historical displays will W. T. Waller Jr. (ret.). The Philadelphia 3, Pa. Harold Durocher, A02, and Mrs.

Durocher; Patrick Thomas, to

Continental Loop Harvey Chapman, Jr., SRI, and

Navy WivesCorner Mrs. Chapman;, Patrick Wayne,

Is Not PeculiarTo to Palmer Kennedy*. PRI, and
4R- Mrs. Kennedy {Belinda Carey, to
rr'{ William Kitchen, AEM3, and
_
Big LeaguersBeating w-iI Mrs. Kitchen, and Melissa, to

the major league base- Navy Wives Club No. 86 has Raymond McKelvey, ADl, and

ball,clubs to the punch, Mainside among its goals an Increase Mrs. McKelvey.Six .
intramural bowling teams begin +fiff In membership and maxi- tiny tots were born Jan-

action this week on three fronts- mum attendance at its regular uary 23. They were: Dennis John,

'the National, Continental and meeting (first and third Wednesdays to Sgt. and Mrs. Michael Cioffi;

American Leagues. S of every month). Sandra Lee, to Eugene Sportsman -
tk-! AG1, and Mrs. Sportsman;
Thirteen teams comprise each __ Wives of all Navy and Marine and
Kenneth, to Corpl.
Stephen
circuit, with a total of 39 bowling { .. enlisted men are invited'to attend -
DeborahLee
Mrs. Kenneth Moonly
;
squads going postward. Following and take
an active role in
to William McAfee, AE1,
a once-around schedule, the top the charitable and social'projects David Jack-
and Mrs. McAfee
three teams of each league will of the Club, which is located in ;
son, to Andrew Henley, AN, and
then form circuit
a and bowl
Dewey Park. Mrs. Henley, and Lisa Annette,
each other once for the Mainside
championship.Each There is every opportunity for i to Ellis Everett, AN, and Mrs.
members to serve on committees Everett.
league has a certain nightof which most interest them and Michael Curtis, son of Curtis

the week for bowling, makingit could best utilize a long-neg- Chavers, ACC, and Mrs. Chavers,
easier for members to keep GOOD WITH SUGGESTIONS Learning the value of mak- lected talent. led the list on January 24. Others
track of league action. ing his ideas for Improvements known through the Beneficial
American League bowlers vie Suggestions Award program, Hugh Baker, (right) received four born that date were: Christine
ten dollar checks recently for suggestions adopted. Baker, an Marie to Robert Doran, AN, and
Mondays at 1730 and 2000 while MOBILE SHOE
employee at the Naval Hospital, made a quartet of worthwhile Mrs. Doran, and Michael Alan,
the Continental loop has action suggestions in his field of refrigeration and air conditioning. to Donovan Carver, RM, and
Wednesdays at the same hours Presenting Baker with the checks is Capt. L. F. Friend, acting STORE TO VISITA Mrs. Carver.

while the NL bowls Thursdays, commanding officer of the HopilaL visit of a Mobile Safety Born January 25: Gary Dale to
also at the same times. Shoe Store has been announc-
Ernest Sebastian, AMS3, and
American League teams include Little Planners ed for NAS Jax Feb. 26 and Mrs. Sebastian; Jon Anthony, to

: VW-4 "A", VA-44 Cougars -' League Mar. 11 and 25, according to Theodore Huger, SD1,. and Mrs.

ComFair Jax "A", Special .. Charles Able, Safety Superint- Huger, and Peter ,Alan, to Alan
..
,
Services, VW4'uD", VAP-62 endent: Barney, SA and Mrs. Barney.
Block Busters, Operations, Sup- Form Babe Ruth Loop The shoe store-on-wheels is Barry Wayne, son of Charlie

ply "A", Infirmary, FAETU "A", being booked for the local appearances Huskey, SN, and Mrs. Huskey;
Holy Rollers, VU-10 Mallards and for convenince of
Allen of Viall
Kathy daughter
Waves. The state director of Little League baseball, Arnold

The Continental has: VA-44, White, is due to speak at a meeting tomorrow (Friday) of per- employees and immediate desiring service a good in safe-fit Coveney, AT3, and Mrs. Coveney,
Linda Jean of Till-
Raiders, 679th Air Force VAP62Pin sons aboard the Station interested in the formation of a leaftue' -! ty shoes. and' daughter
,
; here. man Davis, ADI, and Mrs. Davis,
Dusters, Hospital, Commis- The store, operated by
all born 26.
The conclave is set to were January
start at
sary Store, Disbursing, Aircraft 1930 in Building 955 and anyone Dewey Mobile Shoe Service,
Maintenance, VP-5, ComFair Jax will be in the area of O&R
interested in the sport are askedto
"B", Marine :Barracks, Supply Building 101-A and 101-W all Essex Nears New RecordThe
SHORT attend, according to Lt. (jg)
"B", VW-4 "C" and Commissary C. R. Carpenter of VW-4. day long each of the three Essex, oldest aircraft car-
Cooks. above mentioned dates.A rier on active duty, may surpass
PERSONS at the gathering are
In the National League are: CHIPSInterest series of visits by another the Navy record for aircraft
are also due to hear from W. T.
VW-5 "B", VA-44 Hornets, VP- mobile shoe store late in landings while on her current
Gantt, Babe Ruth League Com-
18, O &. R, FAW-11, NART1T, has run extremely 1959 proved extremely popular tour of the Mediteranean.The .
missioner of Florida who will
Communications, Supply "C", high for the annual Station Golf with employees. present record is 97,549,
VA-44 Hawks VP-16 FAETU Championship Tourney with 52 give a rundown on that type
set by the first carrier Saratoga,
"B", MARTD and Administration. persons signed up to date. Dead- operation.It Daffynishuns{ : Climate wea- which was destroyed in the ato-
line for entering is today (Thurs- is planned to initiate Babe '
ther with a press agent. mic bomb 'test at Bikini in 1946.
First Bum: "I hate holidays." day). Ruth baseball aboard the Stationto I

Second Bum: liMe, too. Makesme With planting of Tifton 328 on permit boys 13-15 years of age

feel common when nobody greens at the Station course, to to play baseball at NAS Jax. "

ain't working." begin in April, a number of the WHITE, a nine-year veteran of

greens and sand traps will be re- LL operations, won the Distin- A-7T.

i1 W constructed. This will give players guished Award for "outstanding :
a better defined green to leadership as a volunteer field

shoot at. and state director" the first
..
} A of the Golf Committee : .
meeting
award made by the Little Leaguefor
: is set for today ;with' all this type service.
members urged to attend. If unable -
Many more volunteers are
to be present, persons should
needed to serve as coaches, man-
t+' aka have an alternate attend the
agers, scorekeepers, umpires and
meeting.
to serve on various committees

r order to get both the local Lit-
'i'r}A,,, YY Rally Starts Babe
tle League and Ruth Lea-

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joining in the campaign. Formation of these leagues received

Military and civilian personnelof an enthusiastic "go ahead"

23 Navy activities in the' Jax last week from Rear Adm. Ken-

., area are combing efforts during -
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the drive.HEALTH .
Agencies includedare Jacksonville.

the American Cancer Society,
Muscular Dystrophy Associationof 'Sea Legs'

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; } sy, National Society for Crippled ties required by sea going per- LAST CHANCE TOMORROW To purchase Florida license
Children and Adults, and Na- sonnel. Although many cases of plates for 1960 through the service offered by the Navy Wires
t ?r tional Society for Prevention of seasickness were reported, many Club. Members of the Club have been holding forth at Dependents
Blindness.The Information Center at the Main Gate Mondays, Wednes-
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-'"HI, LOLA" Sweet thing three agencies of the Joint desired the chance to "go again. days and Fridays of this month from 0900 to 1630 taking orders
Lola Albright is more than just CARE Crusade for The group will depart the Cen-! for vehicle tags from interested persons. Here, Edwina Singleton -
all right on TV's "Peter Gunn" Crusade are ter at 0630 Saturday and return I AN, (left) of NATTCenter Supply, orders tag through Mrs.
series. She plays Edit Hart, I Freedom and American Korean Stanley Cottrill, (center) and Mrs. Alida Delhi of the Wives
Pete's niiery girl friend. Foundation. about 1700 Sunday. Club.P'ge .