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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 14, 1960
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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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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I Boat, TV Top Navy Relief $10,000 Prize list ,



The major prizes to be The list of prizes, totaling board motors. prizes will appear soon. need only to donate to the ,

awarded during the Navy $10,000, is topped by a 1960 THE ABOVE mentioned The annual call for funds Navy Relief drive. The fee

Relief fund raising drive to Chevrolet Impala conver- prizes are only a partiallist by the Navy ,Relief Society is 50 cents and each 50 cent

be conducted at Jacksonville tible, a 1960, Triumph road- of those that have already does not actually begin contribution gives the con-

Naval Air Station have ster sports' car, a Pan been purchased.More until May 4, but the NAS tributor more of an oppor-

been announced by Comdr.J. America 15-foot runabout prizes will be added I committee is getting an tunity to claim one of the

S. Hall, Navy Relief boat with 40 horsepowermotor to the list as the drive pro- early jump among its per- worthy prizes. There is no
and tilt trailer, two gresses, it was revealed. sonnel and those stationed limit on donations and tick-
Drive chairman and Lcdr.
television sets, a six-piece The Triumph is aboard the aboard the base. ets already have been dis-

R. A. Weir, prize committee sterling silver tea set, and Station and is now on dis- TO BE ELIGIBLE to win tributed and are now on

chairman. two five-horsepower out- play. The other major one of the prizes, a person sale.of .



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Commendation Ribbon ...Q. I _
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with Metal Pendant was
Vol. 18 No. 6 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 14 April 1960
awarded Lcdr. Thomas

Thompson of VW-4 for out-

standing work while he was Easter Rites Scheduled
officer-in-charge o f Little

America V station at the

South Pole. At Station's ChapelsIn

Comdr. Roy Anderson, com- rJ2h .
manding officer of VW-4, pre- :
sented the medal to Lcdr. observance of the crucifixion and resurrection of

Thompson recently.AS Jesus Christ nearly 20 centuries ago, Good Friday and Easter
OFFI ER.in-charge of the Sunday services will be conducted this weekend by chaplains

South Pole station from Novem- aboard th e Naval Air Station.
the Blessed Sacrament will be
ber 1957 to January 1959, he was Servicethe I of the Last Words of until midnight.
responsible for support activitiesfor Cross will be held in All
Plans for Good Friday ,at St.
one of the largest stations Saints Ch apel tomorrow from
Edwards Chapel include Adora-
operated under sponsorship of the noon until 1500, and an Easter beginning
tion of the Blessed Sacrament. -
U. S. National Committee for the Sunrise Service! will be held at
at 0900 and continuinguntil
International Geophysical Year. 0615 Sund ly at the football field
afternoon Liturgy at 1500.
The base served center for ,.
as on Yorktoi Ave. Confessions will be heard after
an intensive scientific research MASS FILL be celebrated to- Liturgy.
program, which included studiesin
night at 1700 at St. Edwards Catholics may now receive Holy
meteorology, geomagnetism, Communion Good Friday, although -
on
Chapel, fol lowed by Reposition of
glaciology measurements
gravity ,
it is a day of strict fast
ionospheric physics, seismology, the Blessestone d Sacrament. Confes- and abstinence. Confesisons will

oceanography and aurora and _':'.":<': ,' "<:"'.' _.",....."......"...".",..........w...... .> .,' ....m .T.w wm". ._. '. will 'follow Mass. Adoration be heard from 1500 to 1800 on
airglow DISCUSS ''EASTER SERVICES-Comdr., Charl.s-D..8eatty.. Holy Saturday, although none
Little America V also was a (second from left) NAS Jax Senior Chaplain, discusses order of' will be heard in the evening.
base of operations for two five- worship for Easter services at All Saints Chapel with Mrs. Ze- OveUpp>r 700 Here Mass of tho Easter Vigil is to be
month explorations into the : ma Mawhinney representing the Chapel Women's Guild. Look-
con- 2000.
celebrated at
ing on are Bob Wood (left) of VP-18, president of the United ed To Chief/
tinent to gather similar scientific Fellowship of Protestants, and Lester Yeomans, of NARTU director Good this week ON EASTER Sunday, the
i news came
information.IN of music for All Saints. Naval Hospital plans Mass at
to 112 "whitehats"..__ __.._ at nine
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COMMENTING on the interesting 0630, while St. Edwards Chapel
assignment, Lcdr. I 1- Jax-based units as they will celebrate Mass at 0830 and
Thompson mentioned the un- Small Business Study they are soon to become 1000.
chief officers.
usually long working hours of petty Holy Ihmsdjy Communion

the station's personnel, some Convenes Here I BuPers selection of the local Service will be held by Protest-
Group men resulted from service-
one-third of whom were scien- ants tonight at 1930 at All Saints
wide exams given February 2.
tists. ... Chapel. Chaplain Charles Beatty
Advancement of the new CPOs
(Please turn to Page 2, Col. 5)) Hundreds of members of small business firms from the will be in five stages, betweennow will be in charge of the observ-

southeastern area will converge upon Jacksonville next and ance, assisted by other Station
January 1961.
AO School Honors GivenTo Tuesday and Wednesday for the 15th meeting of the South The names and ratings ''of all chaplains.

Gadsden, Ala. Native eastern States Armed Services Small Business Council.The men aboard the Station goingup Worshippers may attend all or
council comprised of small part of the Good Friday service,
Aviation Ordnancemen School to chief officer
distinguished guests will include petty can
business advisors and representatives I since it is being divided into sev-
honors were given to Daniel Mc- be found in a story on page 4.
(Please turn to Page 6, Col. 5))
of purchasing activities of i (Please Turn to Page 6, Col. 1))
Donald, AOAA, of Gadsden, Ala.
the Army, Navy and Air Forcein
at the recent graduation of the

NATTCenter "A" School. duct an its eight-state conferences area in ,the will Robert con. Just One Of Several Navy Relief Prizes 'I

McDonald has been transferredto Myer Hotel. ____.._..._.._..... _______.____ .._.w > ___, ,__, w .__ '
VA-126 at Miramar, Calif. for ., ";fiii.; '. I Ii
%::
xfr %%" 7. i
.vf
duty. THE GROUP was formed to ;lil' } yy Imi

assist small business concerns in

obtaining prime and sub con-

tracts for supplies and services ...
_
F _: required ties. by the military activi-

Principal speakers at the con-

___ ference will be Sen. George
.Smathers of Florida and Sen.
.
' Alan Bible, Nevada, both members

; of the Senate select com- v..
mittee on small business.
.
tTi r? .f Small business advisors and
representatives of the military

departments will be on hand to
assist and advise small business

concerns on problems related to

military procurement.

SPONSORING activity for the 4, Jfv

important confab is NAS Jax,

---- with the Supply Department of
INSPECTS HERE-Rear Admiral NAS assisting in coordinating the
David J. Welsh, Chief of
project.
Naval Air Technical Training
is here to conduct Administra Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig, HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO OWN ntiS--UUthia? ::: 1960 Triumph sports roadster meets
lire/Material Inspection today Commander Naval Air Bases your fancy, you will have Just as good a chance of owning it as anyone, providing you contributeto
at NATTCenter. Personnel inspection Sixth Naval District and Com- the Nary Relief Fund Drire. This sporty Imp or! is f iuil one of several top prises to be given
is being followed by a away to lucky contributors to the Drlre. Also on the list are a 1960 Chevrolet Impala convertible
pass-in-review and barracks in- mander Fleet Air Jacksonville, and a boat-motor-trailer outfit. Other prizes are listed in story atop Page 1. The list of prizes so
spection. will open the conference. Other far announced is only a partial one, with more startling prizes also to be given away.Autos .



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1rnNAS, JtckioitviH 'I rn .", News In Review I

Capt. James fc. Retdy ...."".."................................".................. Commanding Officer .' f, \
Comdr. Robert Nelson ..............,................. .....................................Executive Offiecr A new chaplain will be elected Several Employee Bills cent. .

Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig\ ...NAB.."....She....;..fleet.........Air:.....Jacksonville................."........."....Commander April 20 to replace Mrs. Mary Awaiting Senate Action At the mammoth AFL-CI
Cap< Crayiton H. Weber ............................................."....... Chief of Staff, FalrJax Waldo as chaplain of Navy Wives Because of the civil rights debate Government Employees Counc
Capt. Nelson M. Head _ _ _ Chief of Staff, NAB Six Club No. 86. Mrs., Waldo is in the Senate, action has not rally last week, Rep. Morriso
Fleet Air Wing tlevtn leaving for a change of duty. (D-La.) predicted that Congresi
Capt. Robert M. Mllner ........................................................................ Commander Mrs. Eloise Skylstead, NWC only been delayed on the pro- would override veto pal
Capt. Charles L. lambing ....,....................................... Chief Staff Officer Foundation Chair- posed pay raise for classified raise any of
Naval Air Technical Training' Center Scholarship Federal employees, but also on measure.e
.. .. C. *
Capt. Robert J. Fleming Commanding Officer man from Washington, D. was employee
Comdr.! Gerald R. Pearson ............................................".............. Executive Officer honored by the local club at a eight House-approved Modified Appeal Plan
Naval Hospital luck" luncheon last week in bills.House
Capt. Alton C. Aberntthy ."..?...........................................".... Commanding Officer "pot bills are: Recommended By JonesA
Cept. John G. Feder ........................................................................ Executive Officer the clubhouse. (1)) Bill to up per diem allow-
NARTU Still another meeting of Club modified employee appeal
to $15 day. It also would
Capt. F. H. Holt ........................................................................ Commanding: Officer No. 86 was held to further plans ances a plan for federal workers has been
Comdr. H. Hudglni ..................................................... Executive Officer for the May 7-10 gathering here allow auto 12 travel.cents a mile allowancefor recommended a Congressional'

Printed commercially with non-appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at no of Southeast Regional delegates. ((2) Relieve civil service per- Committee by Civil Service Com-
expense to the government end In compliance with NAVEXOS P-95 Rev. July 1958. Representing Jax Navy Wives sonnel of liability for accidents mission chairman Roger Jones.
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, Pearl But the plan would involve
Mesdames revising
will be -
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air Club : while driving autos on official the Veterans
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital. Smith, Mary Short, Jessie Miller, government business. Applies to PreferenceAct
Service Information Officer .................,.. Comdn Alex N. Mclnnls Jr. Barbara Raab, Mona Mortensen, employees' use of governmentcars and Congress is reluctant to
Assistant Service Information, Officer ..... ,0 ....".... Andrew H. Planey Hazel Goellner, Theresa Hagan, their while tamper with preference laws and
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Keporters-Mae Spencer, J02 Gene Hagan, JOSN; Ruth or own cars on the Jones proposal seems doomed.
Sam Bowman, SA. Photogrepher-Roscoe Carter, PH3. Jean Murphy, Carol Ryan, official duty.
Jones has said that
The Jax Air News I II a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material Skapyak, Flora Kubisiak,> June ((3)) Permit civil service retirement some agencies
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given. Photographs, Shaver, Maria Bennett, Nancy annuities to begin the day now allow four different ap-
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photographs.Editorial Wernet and alternates Beverly peals and the records become so
after retires, in the
employee
offices located In Administration Phone or
Room 230 Main Building. extensions complicated the courts often rule
8164, 656, 272 or 216. Ellsworth and Juanita Parker. case of survivors the first day
against the government on
after the death of the employeeor pro.
cedural grounds. The simplified

I I SOME 500 PILOTS GO 'SWIMMING'When I ((4)annuitant.Overseas Employees Bene- plan would as allow recommended, beyond the by original Jones

fits Bill, which provides additional
agency hearing, an appeal to the
a pilot has to dunk an leave, allowances and other bene- CSC.

airplane during carrier opera- j. ; fits to employees who take gov-

tions, there is one thing he can ernment jobs abroad.
count on. A helicopter hovers '((5)) Waiver by the Comptroller Passover Feast

nearby waiting to rescue him. General upon recommendation ofa

This week, some 500 pilots are department or agency head, of To Conclude With
taking a practice dip near the indebtedness of postal and Fed-
seaplane ramp. Helicopters of Re- eral employees to the government
,
I : Yiskor ServiceReligious
serve squadron HU-701 are mak- 1 because of erroneous overpay-

ing the pickups. 4 ments. services in observanceof

THE SQUADRON, from NAS (6)) Hiss Bill, which would I the close of the Feast of Pass.

Dallas, Tex., is on its annual two- permit annuity payments to be over will be held in Jacksonville
made to workers convicted of
week training cruise. The group synagogues.
has 14 officers and 17 enlistedmen felonies against the government, Services for the close of Pass.
participating here. Most of except where the offense involved L.
over are: Congregation Ahavaih
the squadron's personnel are from national security. Chesed (Reform) EV 8-2673; Sunday .
the Texas and Oklahoma (7) Require government to
area.
meet certain April 17, at 1800; Monday,
The whirly bird outfit arrived safety standards in April 18, at 1100, Yiskor Memorial -
here April 5 and will depart Jax operating its motor vehicles. Service.
((8) Amend present law requiring
today. Jewish Center Synagogue (Conervative .
Federal and postal workers

LCDR. A. A. KOTZ of Mineral to exhaust annual leave ) EL 6-1504; Sunday,

Wells, Tex., HU-701 commanding before becoming eligiblefor payments April 17, at 1830; Monday, April
officer, says the group is a little unemployment 18, at 0830, 1030 and 1830, and

unusual in the fact that half the Bill permits employees compensation to receive, Tuesday, April 19, at 0830 and

officers are Army helicopter instructors these jobless benefits under lawsof 1030, Yiskor Memorial Service.

in civilian life. i the various states, which in Ell Chaim Synagogue (Orthodox
The Army contracts with civilian _, ,_ ), EX 8-3495
a ?"'""""" "'''' ''''' ;;'''"-** '''''''''''';' 1;' ', some instances permit unemployed ; Sunday, April
company to operate the "HEAVE HOI"! An unidentified pilot Is plucked from workers in industry to 17, at 1800; Monday, April 18, at
Army's primary helicopter schoolat the water adjacent to the Naval Air Station seaplane ramp receive jobless benefits 0730 and 1800; Tuesday, April 19,
during a recent training exercise in which beforetheir
pilots Jumped froma
Camp Wolters, Tex., and the at 0730 with Memorial
Yiskor
boat to be picked up by helicopter rescue teams. Reserve vacation leave has expired.
Navy Reservists are employed by Squadron HU.701 of NAS Dallas Tex. has rescued some 500 s Service at 0830.
the company. men in the past two weeks. The squadron has been here for its Health Plan Home hospitality may be obtained -
annual two.weeks training duty. Eyed For
by
phoning the Congrega
Children's Theatre Retired CS EmployeesThere tions. Matzahs may be obtained

Naval Air Reserve Adopts still were attempts being I by phoning EV 8-2673.

Production SlatedSeveral made to extend the Federal Employees

New Six-Month Health Benefits program
children of servicemenwill Program to retired federal employees as South Pole

be seen in the annual spring A new "Six Month Program" has been implemented into the Civil Service Commission this

production of the Children's the Naval Air Reserve program, it was announced today by week completed its arrangement. I (Continued from Page 1))

Theatre Theatre April 18-22 at the Little Lcdr._ A. J. .Kerling,.NARTU Jax Recruiting Officer.To : The Congressional Commltt_ ____n_.. ; They worked a 12-hour day
on San Marco Blvd. be eligible, candidates must has been told the health plan for] during summer months, seven
The play, "A Chinese Legend," be between the ages of 17 and rior" squadrons of NARTU Jax. retirees would cost $357 million days a week; they maintained a
is based on two one-act plays by 27. Other requirements include: AS A MEMBER of the Naval a year and would cover 460,000 10-hour, six-day week in the

Dan Totheroh. April 18 performance they must not have any previous Air Reserve, the sixmonthtrainee' retirees and survivors. Retired I winter.

is scheduled for 2030 with military service, and they must will perform training people would pay more for their The weather was extremelycold
four matinees listed at 1615 each h a v e completed 11 years of ,I duty one weekend per month and coverage than active duty work during these, periods. The
day thereafter through April 22. school. two weeks a year. ers under the bills being con lowest temperature reading Lcdr.

No seats are reserved but block ALL APPLICANTS are required The new program is especially sidered. Thompson remembers was minus

reservations for Scout troops and to meet certain standards, designed to provide a continuingsource The life expectancy for retired 72 degrees. .
school classes may be made for both physically and mentally. of highly motivated, well- employees is said to run from 11 Warmest that
Tuesday and Wednesday by Those successfully meeting requirements trained enlisted personnel for the to 16 years and for survivors 18 he can recall
phoning FL 9-4425. receive six months Naval Air Reserve Training to 25 years. was one day

specialized training at select Command.For the mercury

CPO Wives Decorate Navy schools which prepare them further particulars, appli- Delayed Pay Raise reached sky
for advanced study and instruc- cants should visit the Enlistment ward to 32.
Eggs At Navy HospitalThe tion in their rating specialties. Office of NARTU, located in Hearings Pick Up From the

CPO Wives Club held a Upon completion of this six Building 901, or phone EV 9-7711 Remaining as No. 1 item of Antarctic frigIdness -
covered dish luncheon on Mon- months active duty, the traineesare I ext268611. interest among federal classified to the
day, April 11 at the CPO Club. designated Aircrewman. After and postal employees is the pro- tropical heat of

Twenty-five members deco- an additional six months they Marine Wives MeetingThe posed pay raise bill. Lcdr. Thompson hurricane hun
rated Easter eggs for the Naval then become eligible to qualifyfor next The House Post Office and ing provided a vivid contrast for
regular meeting of
Civil
Hospital's children's ward. Mrs. Service Committee Lcdr. who came here
petty officer. I I Marine Career Wives Club will to finish expects Thompson,
its
William Hicks and Mrs. Earl On return to their homes, the : be Monday April 18 at 1930 in Indications hearings next week. in March 1959.

Wagner won prizes for their Reservists will be assigned duty I I I Building 572. All enlisted Marine committee will are that the House He is a patrol Plane Commander
decorations. with one of the "Weekend War wives are cordially invited. raise approve a pay with one of VW-4's giant
ranging from 5 to 10 per- Super Constellation aircraft.






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14 April 1960 JAX AIR NEWS Page 3



I Original_ 'Fle. t Cadets' Planning For Annual Reunion ;II With TheToasfmasfers I I


A rare ana unique group ox
Naval aviators-to-be arrived for ways. The first 20 classes gradu- Navy today They hold responsible in Pensacola May 21. I I I

training at Pensacola. Forming ated about 1000( and were knownas 'jobs 'such as commanding officers THE REUNIONS will be held,

Class 81C they were neither offi- "Fleet Cadets" as they were of major ships, stations andas as usual, at Marline's a famous Bill Kellogg new president,

cers nor enlisted men but a the only cadets to earn their heads of many divisions of the landmark owned by Jimmy presided at last Thursday's ses-

strange breed known as aviation wings and fly with the Fleet as Navy and Defense Departments. Marks, himself a former "Fleet sion of MarNav ToastmastersClub
Cadets. 2280. Some parliamentary
cadets. "
THE 'TLEET Cadets" have Cadet.
SANCTIONED by Congress All cadets annual procedure fine ,points were dis-
subsequent were planned their 22nd reunion -
If you're a member or know cussed in the business meeting.Bill .
this first group of 70 cadets pio- commissioned as Ensigns upon in Pensacola on May 21 and
member of this
who is
someone a
neered the present Naval Avia- I graduation from Pensacola and 22. Collins issued a speech on
"Rare and Extinct Order 01 FleetCadets'
tion Cadet Program which trains "Hunting" while Bob Tillman, a
prior to transfer to the Fleet.
Pensacola Mayor Roy S. Phil- give and/or his
thousands of aviators each year. your new father 'just that day, had the
THIS FIRST group of cadets Approximately one-fourth of pot is due to present the "Keyto name and address to Capt. Gor- members falling down stairs in

t (about 2000 entered the original the first 1000 who entered the the City" to the Cadets priorto don P. Chase (Ret.), 1507 E. Gon- "Safety In the Home" while Phil

1 program) were unique in several early program remain in the an Armed Forces Day Parade zales St., Pensacola, Fla. Burnham delivered "Let's Fly
Aboard.
1 I .
. ."' Under the guidance of general

A Sunrise! : f/Ag 1r11 f/R' evaluator Jerry Huskins, Riley

: : Collins evaluated his brother Bill,
- On each Easter morning it 1 Wally Miller evaluated Tillmanand

can truly be said that the !NB/Jfli: I Don Muller judged Burnham.

i I whole world' waiting for the Table topics by Whitey Morris

sunrise.As Fifteen girls end nine boys were wel- proved interesting. He asked each
the earth turns to the comed to the world et the Naval Hospital man what his favorite flower was
-
sun this Sunday morning the recently. and why. Roses predominated.
first rays of daylight will find Born March 18 were Colleen Denise, to S *
) Charles Kelly, AM3, end Mrs. Kelly Cherly
Christians assembled on hill- Lynn, to William Noble, AD1, and Mrs. Using a theme adopted for

sides, plains, sea shores and Noble; Tammy Jelene, to Clyde Reynolds, April, Navy Civilian Toastmasters
i lake fronts to re-live the ex- DC2, and Mrs. Reynolds, end Linda Ann, directed their speeches to "men of
I to John Hagentlck, AT2, and Mrs. Hagen-
of the first
perience discipleswho
.
sick. the church" at Tuesday evening'sgathering
.
found the tomb in i
open at Karl Hellenthal's
l is'i Twins were among the four born March
"Joseph's lovely garden" and < ....x1Y' 19. They were Debra Jean end Robert Lee, Restaurant.
heard the words, "He is not to Robert Edwards, FT3, and Mrs. Edwards.
Blasting the that science
here; He is risen!" Also born that date were Evanna Kay, to theory
: Roy Hensley, AN, and Mrs. Heniley, and threatens religion was Ezra Battein
Easter is sunrise
a ; a re- Carol Jane, to Lcdr and Mrs. Morgan his talk on "Religion and
dawning of man's hopes for
Davison. Science"; Tom Stringfellow berated -
life beyond the grave. Its mes- Born March 20: Toby Lynnette, to John
our believing nie Halsell, FN, and Mri. Halsell; Terry parents' coddling of their
sage opens AN, and Mrs. offspring in "Juvenile Delinquency" -
Lee, to Harry Daughtry,
minds to hold that life and its
off' Richard, Richard Han-
Daughtry; Grant to ; Dick Barger warned all
highest values are not chained I :k ley, AEC, and Mrs. Hanley; Janlne Elliott, to be prepared when the bombs
nor sealed to earth. to Ltig( ) and Mrs Frank Nichols, and Dale burst in
IW;' ::' Allen, to Philip Franzen, EM3, end Mrs. "One of These DaysUwhile
Joseph
Fifty years ago, The Jacksonville Navy E. K. McIlrath advocated
AREA AUDIT CONFERENCE Franzen.
Webb Farrington was awarded Area Audit Office conducted a weeklong seminar on reports Newcomers of March 21 Included Rob joining a church in "Just For the
the Harvard poetry prize writing for personnel of various branch audit offices last week. ert Alan, to Capt. and Mrs. John Hunt Asking."
for his lines which include Left to right are. Ike Klavan of Navy Area Audit Office in Nor- Edward Leroy, to William Brett, EMC, and
these: folk: Lcdr. W. G. Debrunner, Assistant Director of Internal Mrs. Brett, and Richard Lee, to Irmel Oil- Evaluators, headed by Andy
I know not how that Joseph'stomb Audit Division. Jax NAAO Frank Sweeny, Jax NAAO J. C. lard, ATI, and Mrt. Dillard. Planey, were T. A. Wilkinson,
Thomson. Director of Internal Audit Office, of Contract Audit Craig Wayne was born March 22 to Sfc Steve Walsh, Gordon King and
Division. Jax NAAO (writing on board), and D. O. Leech, of and Mrs. John Mallerneei Christine Marl Paul Ames. Toastmastering the
Could solve death's mystery. Navy's Comptroller. Office Washington D.C. was born that date to Robert Catet, HN,
I only know a living Christ and Mrs. Cates, and Jeffrey, was born to event was Paul Mori.A .
Jack Wertz, CS1, and Mrt. Wertz. Another
doctor in this
case a
My immortality. Area Audit Office March 22 arrival was Carolyn Charlene, gyneco-
Comdr. Charles D. Beatty lax to SPX and Mrs. Billy Joe Adams. logist, experiences many situa-

NAS Senior Chaplain Four births were recorded March 23. tions daily and must answer many

StudyThe These Included Donna Mae, to Donald queries, ranging from the silly, to
Sponsors Report Cote, RM2, end Mrt. Cote Debbie Sue, to the serious for his patients. Dr.

Service Station Larry Hawkins, AM2, and Mrt. Hawkins Max Suter in his table topics
Jax Navy Area Audit Office conducted a five day Dennis Dwayne, to Herman Watts, AN, and
i Reports Writing Seminar for personnel of various branch Mrs. Watts, end Beverly Ann, to A 1/C and portion created the situation for
each member who was expectedto
Mrt. Raymond Taylor
Manager Sought audit offices of .Sixth Naval District here last week. provide the answer, much as

Thirty-live employees attendedfrom sistant Director Internal Audit the doctor is forced to do.iai.
1
For Glynco NX main offices and branches TIDE TABLETides
t located throughout the District. Division, NAAO, Norfolk; J. C.

The Navy Exchange has an- Assist- Thompson, Director Internal at Atlantic Beach:
Debrunner
Lcdr; W. G. ,
I nounced an opening for a service ant Director, Internal Audit Division Audit Division, NAAO, Jax.; B. HIGH LOW :

station manager at NAS Glynco, conducted the group L. Storey, Assistant Director, In- A.M P.M. A.M. P.M. ,

. Ga. meeting. ternal Audit Division, NAAO, Fri. 10:39: 11:06: 4:28: 4:38:
Jax. and Lt (jg) S. F. Platt, For Rant
. The job offers a reasonable Sat. 11:35 -- 5:24: 5:37:
3 clean flat
starting salary and opportunityfor THE OPENING address was Contract Audit Division, NAAO Sun. 12:04 12:35 6:27 6:42 $55 room children welcome,
I : : : : per mo. 1121 Klngiley, Orange Park.
advancement, II. D. Rutledge, presented by Comdr. D. A. Starr, Jax. 1 bdrm furn apt. kit., dinette'. Ortega,.
Exchange planning director re- officer-in-charge, N a v y Area $35 month. EV 8-4235.
Audit Office. 3 bdrm. 2 baths, Ig. lot, near school.
ports. $100 per mo. Cedar Hills Phone SP
Primary qualifications for the The main purpose of the semi- 1-0557.

job are the ability to supervise, nar was to improve report writ- Unfurn 5 rm house, Ttmuquana Road.
and sobriety. Pre- $55 per month. Call SP 1.1820.
intelligence, ing and to acquaint the partici-
' Unfurn houses, 2 bdrm each, one kit
'! vious mechanical experience or pants with new methods and equip. $80 & $85 per mo. Call EL 35422.

.1 mechanical aptitude is desirable trends in report writing. The -l'4 ; ::. 3 bdrm. furn., kit equip, eonv. to NAS.
a but it was stressed that the applicant seminar was held as a regular m Phone EV 99265.

. need not have previous function of NAAO. For Sale
training Red brick house, 3 .bdrm, 2 baths, 1
service station experience. OTHERS SPEAKING ON re- Ig. kit, 2 car gar, cen. heat, landscaped,
y The qualified employee will receive must sell. Call CO 4-9746.
D. O. Leech {
e a paid vacation, sick leave, port writing were: 3 bdrm, brick house, tile bath, screen
. insurance and retirement bene- Head, Audit Report Review Internal porch, fen yard, 4J% mort. payts. $65,
Audit Division, Comptroller per mo, Phone EV 99219.
9 fits. of the Navy; Ike Klavan, As- Ortega Hills 3 bdrm, 2 baths, Ig yard,
Anyone interested may contact $79.50 per month, Call EV 95858.

t Mrs. McClain at the Navy Exchange Cedar Hills 3 bdrm, den, liv rm, din,
::1 1 Office in Building 898. Checkers, Chess kit, 2 baths, Immed. occup. payments $93
per mo. Phone SP 13645.
f Champ Due Here 3 bdrm, 2 baths, Ig liv rm Ig kit, cen
Y The Private stood next to a heat, fenced patio. Owner, 5751 Salerno
. grizzled sergeant drinking beer. Newell Banks, blindfolded Road.
of the world Part. furn. house, lot, will also
The barmaid was flirting with checkers champion : cor exchange -
is due to perform at the Jackson- r Ki or rent. 621 N. 4th, Jax Beach.
Private. >
the
e CH 9.4196, on zoned business.
. When the Sergeant left the bar, ville USO Club, 331 W. ForsythSt. }' This n' That

e she nestled close to the Private ., Friday, April 29, at 2000. fi Riders wanted-To Panama City for the

It and said, "Now's your chance, Interested persons are welcometo weekend of 23 end 24 April. Share ex
:i:":: penses. Phone EV 8-0747 from 0800 to
honey." compete against him, in either i :: 1630 daily. Ask for Jerry.
said the Private, and checkers chess. Contact Miss ::.:: f Lost ancient Russian ((8x13) lost
r "Sure .is, or r.iif@l.m"; ;: : "' ....}. -' :'::'IIr J map
e drank the Sergeant's Bobbi Damron at EL 4-8331. during NATTCenter Hobbycraft show -8
quickly 2,360 PEOPLE DID LIKEWISE Annual chest X-rays for April. Anyone having Information call
beer. Banks is the only living ama- the Station' civilian employees are being given throughout the ext. 8228.

,. teur champion at both chess and department. O&R personnel, numbering some 2,360 itrong, received I

It Miami tourist: "What does checkers and also one of the lead- X-rays last week and part of this week with personnel of A Scotch Terrier was banished r
other departments getting checked throughout next week at
Fontainbleau mean in French. ing promoters of both games in the Dispensary in Building 8. Preparing Harold Raughley of from the flea circus because he :

Cabbie: "Bring money." this country. Metals Division O&R for X-ray is Jerry Ward. HM3. stole the show.i .

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Thursday, April 14
Mainside-Land of the Phar- > f
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aohs, 1900 only.NATTCenterJack. 1 The Rip- ?

per, 1900 only.Hospitalour, )
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Man In Havana, .
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1900. : 1' v 5ss : 1

Friday. April 15 ,

Mainside-Happy Anniversary, \ w ;I1 I1'I
1800 and 2000.NATTCenterL. ,
and of the I

Pharaohs, 1900. I j : j .
Hospital-Jack The Ripper, t
1900 (

Saturday, April 16
l
Mainside-Dog's Best Friend,

1800 and 2000.NATTCenterHappy. ______nm .... .........._ __, ._.... 1 1l
Anniversary
STUDY PAID OFF FOR THIS CHIEF-TO-BE: Many hours of study has paid off for W. A. Snowden, HM1, of NAS Jax Dis-
1800 and 2000. pensary, who Just learned he passed his chief's exam and will become a hospital corpsman chief soon along with five other HMIs .
Hospital-Land of the Phar- attached to the Station's Medical Department. He's one of 112 first class petty officers representing nine NAS Jax-based units to be j
aohs, 1900. advanced to E-7 by January, 1961. Before test day Snowden spent a lot of time in earnest study in preparation for the test (left).
Sunday April 17 On Feb. 2, when he Joined 478 other POls in taking the exam (center), Snowden benefited from his hours spent in preparation. Now j
-two and a half months later-he learns of his selection as chief through a BuPers letter this week. Since he'll become HMCA
Mainside-Too Soon To Love, Sept. 16, Snowden finds time to drop by the Navy Exchange Uniform Shop where he examines the new uniform he'll wear soon 1
1400 and 1900.NATTCenter. (right). .
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Dog's Best

.Friend 1900 Hospital-Happy only., 1400 and 1900.Anniversary, Chief's Unifom To Be Worn By FLORIDIAN COPS )

AE 'B' HONORSThomas
Monday, April 18 j jl

Mainside-13 Fighting Men, Some 112 Successful AspirantsThe Futch, AEC, of Or-
1800 and 2000.NATTCenterTo. lando, a native Floridian, took ,
0 Soon To .. honors st graduation of Avia- j
Love, 1900i only. "hard hat" will be don- tion Electrician's Mate School,
Hospital-Dog's Best Friend, ned by 112 first class petty of- Hyland, AOCA; L. L. Martin, F. W. Stahle, AOCA. Class B, last week at ]
1900. ficers at NAS Jax units by AQCA; L. N. Settle, AOCA andJ. EIGHTEEN men at VW-4 will be NATTCenter.AE 1
Loya, AOCA. advanced: C. W. Dodge, ADCA;
become "A" School honors
Tuesday, April 19 next January as they were
Mainside-Stranglers of Bom- chiefs, resulting from Febru- Hospital's new CPOs will be A. B. Coleman, ADCA; J. E. Ful- won by Richard McCord, l

bay, 1800 and 2000.NATTCenter13. ary service-w ide examina- F. A. Fink, W. D. Maranville, L. ford, ADCA; L. B. Gunter, ADCA; AEMAA, of Indianapolis, Ind., J
Fighting Men, tions, a BuPers letter an- C. Herndon, R. A. Reim, P. D. C. L. Lalk, ADCA; W. A. Paris, and Judd Cik, AEIAN, of Os- ]
1900 only nounced early this week. Thomsen, R. F. Turco, F. L. ADCA; W. J. Wals, ADCA; J. B. wego, Ore.McCord .

Hospital-Too Soon To Love, ACCORDING TO BuPers, chiefs Dailey, and W. J. Newton, all to Gay, ADCA; F. D. Lowe, ADCA; will report to Norfolk (
1900. advancements will be made in be advanced to HMCA. L. V. Watkins, ADCA; T. R. Mee- while Cik has been trans-

Wednesday April 20 five installments between now Patrol vetz, ADCA; K. E. Ordway, ferred to VP-1 at Seattle, (
Squadron 18 reports five ADCA L. T. Sistar
YNCA H.
Mainside-God's Little Acre, and January, 1961. The< Camera ADCA G. W. Forster
May, July, Sept.,' Nov. and Jan. ; duty at NAF Lajes, Azores.
Chaney, ADCA; H. J. Geraty,
1900.NATTCenter ADCA; M. J. Kulman, ADCA; R.
Stranglers. of will see local men becoming AMCA; T. H. Malone, ADCA; J. E. Mader, ADCA, and R. B. Mor-
Bombay, 1000.Hospital chiefs.At S. McDaniels, ATCA, and J. E. ris, ADCA.
13 Fighting Men, Mainside, 35 will be advanced Sifford, Jr, ATCA. Teachers SoughtFor
1900. to E-7: J. W. Hermsen, CHANGING their uniform soon
MNCA; C. B. Jordan, HMCA; C. AT VP-16, six will become are five men from VP-5: D. E. AH Saints'
B. Prosuch, SKCA; A. E. Vickers, CPOs: A. S. Vedrosian, ATCA; G. Bentley, YNCA; W. D. Blackmon, ,
Servicemen Offered Free ACCA; E. G. Wilcox, BMCA; R. F. Vurcher, ADCA; J. H. Strick- ADCA; H. S. McClain, ADCA; I.
Admittance Skate Rink land, AMCA R. W. Green Stewart ADCA and R. D. Sunday SchoolThe
To J. Doyle, HMCA; W. W. Hogue, ; Dyer, i
ADCA A. L. Pearson ADCA AMCA; G. F. Heald, ADCA and ATCA.
Free tickets are available for ; ; Protestant Sunday School iI
servicemen and their dependentsfor W. A. Snowden, HMCA; W. aboard the Station is in critical I

admission to the Southside Schoenecker, RMCA; F. X. Carr, -1_ need of teachers, Chaplain Billy
Ballroom Skating Rink. Ticketsare AMCA; L. F. Clark, AOCA; T. L. I ": Wolfe, officer-in-charge, announ- J
on hand at NATTCenter Davis, ADCA; J. L. Dupes, X ced today.

Special Services, Building 614. HMCA; R. W. Jeffcoat, ADCA,. Regular and substitute teachersfor

The Southside Rink is located and B. G. Hood, AOCA. all classes are needed immediately c

just over the Main St. Bridge, at ALSO. R. ROWLAND AOCA; While every department
1222 Mary Street. M. B. Kyser, ADCA; R. J. Martin, -which includes students 3 to 16

Sunday is Family Night at the AOCA; B. Scarborough, TMCA; years old-could use additional

rink. The rink is open nights M. C. Taylor, AOCA; W H. Wes- teachers, Chaplain Wolfe says
ter, HMCA; W. P. Dooley, CSCA; teachers in the junior and senior
from 1930 to 2230 with matinee
J,< E. Hudson, ADCA; J. Johnson, departments are in greatest de-

skating Saturdays. ADCA; N. B. Jones, AKCA; F. D. S.S mand.

Patterson RMCA; J. E. Peavey, __ Headed by Capt. M. R. Hamil-
MMCA; N. A. Ritchey, ADCA; ton, Assistant Dental Officer at
C. U. Swails, ADCA; C. W. Dirks, : 45L ____ NATTCenter, the Sunday School
::3..ycr HMCA; C. C. Hurst, CSCA; C. E. currently has a staff of 40. Since

Jenkins, BMCA; J. H. Stewart, some 450 pupils attend weekly,
AKCA, and R. M. Wagner, SKCA. most classes are overcrowded.Need .
Fleet Air Wing 11 men includeA. is evident for organizationof
R. Stover, YNCA and J. A.
a number of new classes.
... .ka.rrii' :: .,.. .!f.
Ryan Jr, CSCA.At AT HOBBY SHOW Some 90 different minerals- from';- The Sunday School convenes on

NATTCenter are: R. B. all over the world were part of the display of lapidary collec- Sundays at 0930 in Building 722,
Hagerman, AOCA; C. E. Blair, tion of ActMSgt. James Osburn (left) at the Hobby Show and across the street from the Prot-
AQCA; G. R. Brown, AOCA; C. Library Forum last Friday night at King Hall. Here, Osburn estant Chapel.
discusses his collection with three show visitors Ray Rowlandof
M. Caple, AECA; H. A. Forrest, the Jax Public Library, Mrs. Avis Dean Mitchum, head librarian "It's a shame to have so many
ATCA; W. H. Leonard, AOCA; at Ribault Jr.-Sr. High School, (partially hidden) and youngsters coming to Sunday
4 R. S. Pickett, AOCA; N. C. Woods, Mrs. Lorena Johnson, Coordinator of Instructional Materials for School to study in overcrowded
AOCA; A. E. Hoover, AECA; B. Duval County Schools. classrooms because of a shortageof
F. Koerth, AECA; R. L. McDonald "
AOCA; J. L. Rochford Varied Crafts Highlight ShowTen commented.teachers, Chaplain Wolfe

AOCA; E. J. Savage, AOCA; F.
W. Sheehan, AOCA; H. A. different types'of Hobby- Persons interested in serving as
craft exhibited at the guns, ancient Russian literature, either regular or standby teacherin
Spence, AOCA, and D. R. Atkinson were
Toastmasters literature, sail boats the school are urged to
ADCA. NATTCenter Hobby Show held con- 1"
jy and train models. tact Chaplain Wolfe immediatelyat
last Friday at the NATTCenter
ALSO SELECTED at NATT-
Auditorium.The Hobbycraft items were donatedby Building 750, extension 425. 1Ii
.-......- Center are T. Baker, AOCA; J. NAS and Hospital in
people
DANISH PASTRY-All roads E. Casados, AECA; E. E. Ells- event was held as a climaxto addition to NATTCenterites. Capt. Robert J. Fleming, Iid
lead to Rome when Danish worth, AOCA; J. Fairweather, National Library Week. Along- NATTCenter commanding officer,
starlet Hanna Rasmussen checks EMCA; S. A. Garvin, AOCA; L. side the different displays, books Comdr. T. E. Greenwood, opened the Career ,Forum that t(

in there to lend her tousled D: King, ATCA; W. L. McClure, related to each craft were shown. NATTCenter Special Services Of- followed the Hobby Show. He
blondness to the flourishing AECA; W. E. Porter, AOCA; E. F. The crafts were varied and ficer, Sgt. Z. Zakrqewsky, in pointed out in a talk that the I'
Sasnett AKCA E. C. Snyder, charge of the Hobby Shop, Mrs. United States t:
Italian movie
industry. With ; such oil was lagging other
covered
types as paint-
lone Nelson and Mrs. R.
more of those English-dubbed AECA; R. S. Speaks, AECA; L. C. Mayer leading countries in the percentage SF
epics hitting U.S. screens, you Bernhardt, AOCA; J. T. Buckley, ing, plastic airplane models, fly- were chiefly responsible for arranging of people that read books and

may be seeing her before long. AOCA; J. B. Fike, ADCA; E. J. ing models, lapidary, archery, the show. use libraries.I 11Page




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Fellow Turns To



Softball Thoughts J' :. J

Station Softball diamonds arc I- [

b, inning to show life as intra- t Y t

mural leagues get ready to pry ; "_
the lid off another season and First Camp Game Casts

start
varsity men limbering up.

"For keeps" action has already ) 'i
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started gue with in the Marine NATTCenter Aviation Lea-Detachment 4It Light On Flier Coffer

showing strength by

defeating the AE Blues, 5-0, Mon- With the initial intrasquad camp game behind him, coach

day afternoon.In Frank McCaffrey is casting a more definite glance at the Jax

Monday's other game, Ab Navy varsity baseball calendar while still keeping a sharp

School got' off on the right bat- ened eye on the practice diamond as candidates get ready for

ting foot, trimming Support the fourth week of practice drills.

Splinters, 52.Mainside r weaeaai t, &t '' :: d "Mac," the venerable Flier Ron Miles. Goldberg may be lost

with its 19 teams mentor entering his 11th seasonat to the club, however, because of

awaiting the starter's call, begins the helm says much of the impending orders.

league activity next Monday on club's success (or failure) will
FIRST TILT of the season is
five separate fields., hinge on each man's ability and
rapidly drawing close The Fliers
FAETU and VA-44 baptize Al- will to learn and work together.
____ _..,, will provide opposition for Jack-
Field ground at 1700 '.u no.no" '' "''''''''''' '' -
bemarle BIG CATCH Chaplain Billy Wolfe (left) Proudly holds I AMONG MORE promising hope- sonville University May 6 at the
with Aircraft Maintenance and IZ.pound catfish which he caught while fishing on the Station : fuls are a couple of infield "per JU field. Games are also slated

VAP-62 tangling at Yorktown last week. Lt. R. H. Woody, MC also shows off his fishing petual motion" men in the per- for May 7 and 9 at Mason Field
Field at the same hour. catch a string of black bass. The pair used spinning tackle and sons of Reed Holcom at third
took all the fish with live and May 8 at JU; .
shiners. Total weight of the
day's
Also at 1700 Monday, Infirmaryis base and shortstop Bob Gadson.No .
catch for the two fortunate fishermen came to about 20 pounds Such top Navy squads as Mem-
scheduled to battle VU-10 at not bad for a couple hour's work one late afternoon. veteran players will com- phis, Pensacola and Patuxent
Saratoga Field with Marine Bar- this
prise the McCaffrey stable
River, along with Parris Island'sMarines
racks and Administration squar- with .Jax Navy having been
year
and out-
ing off at the Enterprise diamond. District Bowling Meet many more
out of the varsity baseball picture standing East Coast service ninesare
Marine Air Reserve Training
the last two
years. lined with
being
faces VP-16 in I up along
Detachment a Scheduled Doug Sweeney and Sam Sec- several collegiate aggregations.
1315Plans .
April
1930 game under the lights at
euro look most promising among Tentative games are listed with
Enterprise while Hospital and
other pasture candidates. Best of Rollins College and Tampa U.
Public Works start the ball roll- for the Sixth Naval District Bowling Tourney, to

ing in a 1930 night tilt at the be hosted by Jax Navy April 13-15, are rapidly being formu- ,the young pitching crop seems and to Daily drills continue, mean-

Hospital lighted diamond. lated. The kegling event will be held on a telegraphic basisas I be led, by Sandy Goldberg -- while, for the 27 candidates look-
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softball candidates past years.Commands
Varsity are
I
due to begin official workoutssoon. throughout the Dis- tion on the Building Three lanes. Jax Navy, DefendsFla. ing at 1530 at Mason Field. All

A coach is'needed and trict will send in verified scores HOSPITAL keglers blanked the TitleJax positions are still open and interested -
any- Volleyball
Marine Barracks, 4-0, last week. service
one interested should contact each day of the tourney to Jax personnel are
Second place 679th Air Force losta Navy, with several hurt urged to tryout.
Navy headquarters.
Frank McCaffrey at the Athletic
3-1 match to the CommissaryCooks. players reported rapidly getting
Office in Building 3. PERSONNEL with an accredited Hospital is now 22-6 while back into shape, is preparing for

Plans are laid to establish a average of at least 170 ((140 the AF unit is 22-10. I I the Florida State Volleyball

military softball league with for women) who desire to enter Surprising i i Administration, Championships April 23 at the TheWATER

teams from such commands as the tourney should sign up at.the showing that its late season spurtin \ Jacksonville YMCA on RiversideAve.

Cecil Field, Green Cove ,Springs, Mainside Lanes before 1200 April winter bowling competitionwas .

ComFalr Jax, Mayport and NAS 12. fluke, continues to show
no
I I Some nine teams are expected LINEThe
Jax entered. Nothing definite 'on Persons not having established well in spring bowling, jumping I to furnish opposition as the host
this
circuit had been decided at averages but who range in the I to the National League lead by I Fliers defend their state crown. Navy Jax Sailing Club got

press time.Lifeguards. 170-130 ,grouping can enter ,a I downing previous leader FAW11 This is the last big test for Jax off to a top-notch start in the

nine-game elimination tourna- 4-0. Navy before the Nationals in Spring-Summer Series of races

Are Needed ment to establish average in ord- Keeping the race close are the June in Dallas, Tex. for the Greater Jacksonville Sailing -

Persons with Senior Life Sav- er to qualify for the 6ND meet. Cougars of VA-44. This club upended Among the other entries in the Trophy, capturing five placesin

ing certificate interested in actingas These nine games, though, must O&R, 4-0, to hold a 13-7 Florida State tourney are the U. the Rhodes Bantam class last

lifeguards at swimming pools be bowled by 1200 April 12, dead- record. Administration owns a of Florida, Homestead AFB, U. Sunday.
aboard the Station are urged to Boat 571, skippered by Comdr.V. .
line for entering 6ND play. The mark of 15-5. of Miami and Key West "Y.
contact chief Scotlis at ext. 512. I F. Anderson, the Club commo-
bowling lanes will be reservedfor .
trJ. dore, placed first, followed by
I qualifying round participants
.<. Boat 572, piloted by'Bill Michael.
,
Jax Braves Set starting at 1000 April 11. 0
':,'1 ....' The racing whaleboat Ichi Bon
21 IN MAINSIDE intramural ac- Yr (finished second among five craftin
Opener April
tion, meanwhile, Special Services the Cruiser Class.

Jacksonville Kiwanis Clubs dropped behind a notch in { Next action in this series is

will sponsor the regular home American League action, splittinga vMr1 scheduled for April 24 at the
opener of the Jacksonville while
2-2 verdict with FAETU Florida Yacht Club. No racing
Braves April 21 at 2000 at the league leading VA-44 Hornets : this Sunday,

Duval St. ball park. were downing VU-10, 3-1. Spec- _

Funds derived from the ial Services, with a 21-7 slate, is

opening game will be used for second in the AL with the Hor- Pistol Team Shoots

work benefiting underprivi- nets holding a pace-setting markof
leged children. Tickets will be 22-2. Well In I Cocoa MeetThe

one dollar. Jax Navy pistol team fared
lead the .
Hospital continues to / :;:: s'
Servicemen are admitted to well at the Cocoa Open Pistol
chase as
League
Continental
Braves home contests for 60 Tournament last Sunday at'
Mainside intramural bowling enters -
cents, with or without uni-. Cocoa, Fla.
week of competi-
its fourth
form. In Masters Class, A. C. Johns

Opposing the Braves in the Last Place Team Blanks ti won second place in the Camp

first home series of the new Perry Course,Shoot, High Master,
OutfitIn
Sally League season will be Yellow Belle Keg
__ Center Fire, and placed fourth in
the Asheville Tourists. Gamesare Enlisted Men's Wives bowl- the Grand Aggregate, a total of

also slated for April 22-24, ing the first place Yellow Belles all the matches.
with Columbia moving in for } Y'l.
lost three games to the last place The Expert Class saw G. D.

three games April 25-27. Blue Birds.In Carpolletti take first in the .22

_
other action, the second match, center fire, and'.45 match.
Rollins College's highly adept 9 j 1 He also walked away with first
took two
Jax place Green Hornets
back
rowing crews turned place in the Grand Aggregate.In .
Navy in a pair of races at Winter from the Tan Tigers, while the
the Sharp Shooters class,
Haven last Saturday. Pinkies dropped two to the White
D. V. Peters captured second
varsity crew
The' collegiate Owls. .... ........ ___._..._m___. .. place in the .45 rapid fire, whilein
threequarters
downed Jax Navy by
missing by Bowler of the week was Kathe- "I TOOK A DEEP BREATH. SWUNG And then turned the Marksman Class, C. Peterson -
of a boat length,
Coach Jim i Anderson's Jax rine Felton of the Green Hornets the.ace trick." says Gene McDonald.BMl, (right) as he recreates was second in center fire, .45

Navy crew faces JU and Purdue with a 145 average, 173 high hole-in-one he made last week with a three wood on No. 13 at and Grand Aggregate. H. O. Neal

meet on the the NAS Jax golf course. Perhaps McDonald and Chaplain took fourth with the
Univ. in a triangular and 483 series. High team .38 and, .45,
,
St. the NAS game Wolfe, the lucky fisherman In top picture, will form some sort
Johns River near while finishing fourth in the
Fish April 19 at mark was recorded by the Blue of "there's no need to lie" club. With McDonald Is Lt. S, H.
Camp Tuesday .
1600. Birds with 1662. Wade, his golfing companion the day of the hole-In-one. Grand Aggregate.t .







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Control Of Seas importantIn $ 1 -



Race Against CommunismSecond .


( In a series adapted from CNO's Seapower program \
"Your Navy and Your Future." is directed toward
keeping Naval personnel as well as the public informed and aware L .t
of the vital present and future roles and missions of the
A So-minute presentation, with script and colored slides, is
available for scheduling to a group by a well-informed Navy speaker. -
For further information, contact Seapower Liaison Officer, ex-
tension 272.) ; ; Aviation Ordnanceman's School

All of us must face three cold, hard facts:, Class 6001 has again come

One: The Communist goal is world domination and is I I { through marching and personnel

being pursued relentlessly and I inspection with "Honor Class of
only weapons that really matterare
without deviation.
the Week" designation.The .
the ones that can be at the
TWO THE PHYSICAL
: geo- right place at the right time and class had a record low of
.
graphy of the world will NOT '
u
can apply just the right amount only five demerit, points. At a

change. of force. I I surprise inspection Friday, R. R.

Three: Weapons, on the con-' We must provide sufficientlyfor Bidon, Class 6003, and P. S.
trary, are changing rapidly as a'
Jones 6005 took "Sharpest Sail-
our defense, for defense is ,
result of technological advances.
a type of insurance: Peace In-, C 1 or" awards for the week.C. .
These three facts
ruthlessly surance.- Our Peace Insurance H. Murphy, Class 6001, and
dictate what we need for the
Policies be balanced F. Rotzler, Class 6005, won the
defense of the Free World. must to pro- ,, ,, ,_____,,,,,,, -
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tect us against all-out war and honor for this week. This is the
Our defense team, Army, Air 1AKE OVER" Is the thought perhaps being expressedby
against lesser third time for Rotzler.G. .
Force, Marine Corps and Navy, wars. Lcdr. J. H. Moessner. (right) as he congratulates Lt. CoL
IV is
DEFENSE problems change R. Hill, AOl, of Phase ,
is one that must have adequately William P. Mitchell on being installed president of Navy Jax Officers .
constantly, but the physical geography back from ITC to resume instructor -
balanced weapons for the jobs to Toastmasters Club No. 546 in a ceremony last week at the
of the world remains the duties.
be done. "O" Club. Others taking office in the Club\ include Li (Ug) W. E.
chose C.
Support personnel
same, in and out. Who-
WEAPONS are tools; tools of ever controls year the sea year, and the air E. Crosby, W. E. Fraser, Lt (Cfg) J. R. Lawson, Lcdr. Kenneth Lewis for the second time as
defense; tools to preserve the Chapman and Capt. G. O. Hansen. "
above the controls 70 "Sharpest Sailor.
sea, per-
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peace. Too much of the wrong --- .
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weapon cannot make up for a
shortage of the right weapon. The emphasizes the importance of HOW TO GET YQURc1a Aviation Electrician's Mate
f'
seapower to the Free World.To &: :: School-Class 5944 c a m e from

keep the peace we have "out of the dark" to scoop up

Easter RitesContinued four fleets.In 1}; AB.SENTEE BA.LLOT honor class privileges.Class .

the Mediterranean, the 6015 starts classes Mon-
( from Page 1))
Sixth Fleet is always ready to day while Class 5943 completesthe
local servicemenand
is election and
en parts. (Since 1960 a big year many
support U. S. and NATO policies.The course and prepares to makea
Chaplain Beatty will conductthe their wives may wish to vote by absentee ballot, the Jar Air
in the Atlantic
Second Fleet
place for itself in the Fleet.
1200 to 1230 portion, along stands ready to reinforce the News outlines state-by-state information on how these ballots may Students worked alongside all

with Chaplain Billy Wolfe. The Sixth or to assist wherever needed be obtained.) '
Senior Chaplain will also be in FLORIDA 'I regularly and have not moved NATTCenter personnel in ready-

charge of the second period from county. Initial registrationmust ing for the Administration and
con-
THE COMBINED power of our First primary May 3 for
in Material inspections this week.
until be person. Reregistration -
vening 1255. Chaplain J. L.
two fleets in the Pacific, First bers of Congress, state, local
Perry has been asigned the serv- allowed with. ballot applica- Field days have been held each
and Seventh, supports United ficials. Presidential 24
May
in while
night living
ice convening from 1255 to 1320. tion. spaces an
States policy, not only along the name convention delegates; 'all-hands field day was held Sat-
CONVENING from 1320 to 1345 Absentee vote allowed anyone.
eastern coast of Asia, but also off primary also to be held in all NATTCenter work-
and 1345 to 1410, Chaplains E. D. 'Post card application from all urday
in the Indian Ocean area. date for ties in first
Hammond and Veryle Henricksonwill Ability of our fleets to expand General election November '8 service-connected people and de- ing spaces. .
be in charge of the third and pendents to county from 45 to
and illustrates the
contract Navy'sskill I president, other candidates,
fourth before election. Ballots Spotlight falls on Phase III of
periods, respectively. Concluding situation 5 days by
in focusing on any constitutional amendments.Requirements .
I AE "A" School known
also as
the afternoon before election.
service will] This also I day
be anywhere, anytime.. to vote-Age GEORGIA Ohms Hall. Under supervision of
Chaplains and
Perry Beatty : '
officiating at the 1410-1435 and compounds in launching an enemy's surprise problem attack' state resident one year, county Democratic primary September CWO J. A. Swan and John

1435-1500 periods.The a and mobile months. 14, to nominate Congressional, Bayko, AEC, the student makes
against our dispersed
Easter Sunrise Service, be fleets. Registration permanent if state candidates. General Novem- the "breakthrough" into a three-

ginning at 0615, will be the first ber 8 for president, others, four week course where he finally ap-

Protestant service of the day. amendments. plies what he's learned so far.

Music will be offered by the Jax Requirements-Age 18 state Basic: DC Theory leads the

Navy Band and All Saints Chapel resident one year, county, six schedule, along with Trigonometry -

Choir. I t R months, read and write parts of Functions and ComponentParts.

Holy Communion will be serv- Constitution in English or show Then the student is givena

ed at 0830, followed by SundayS good character and citizenship wiring diagram of the exterior

c h 0 0 I for three-year-olds responsibility. light system of a Navy plane.

through adults in Building 722, for After he studies and learns to
Registration permanent reg-
and Divine Worship Service at it he's shown work board
ular voters, servicemen and dependents use a
All Saints Chapel, both at 0930. __ register absenteeby with lights. He puts the whole
__l l1 may
Another Easter worship service 4 4VEI thing together using the wiring
writing county registrar for
______
follows at the chapel at 1100. card. diagram as a guide. In three

ST. LUKE's Chapel at the Hospital \1 ____ months, students use some 20,000

has scheduled Good Friday For more details, postcard bal- terminals and 60,000 feet of wireof
services from 1200 ,to 1300 to- wel'I which 50 percent is salvage.
i kfk
lot applications (Standard Form
morrow. The message will be entitled Special attention goes to D. S.
76), and help in establishing elI-
"
"It Is Finished.
Robinson, AEC, and V. L. Beuk,
Easter service at the Hospitalwill gibility, servicemen should see AEC, who built a demonstrationboard

begin at 1030 Sunday. The { their voting officer. that includes every com-

Easter message will be "Withinthe Ltjg( ) George Cagle, NAS Jax ponent taught in Phase III, suchas

Door." A special musical pro- Assistant Military Personnel Of- relays, batteries and switches.
gram has been planned for both
services. ficer, is the Station Voting Offi-
Chaplain W. J. Davis
Small
BusinessContinued
will deliver both Good Fridayand cer.

Easter messages. ( from Page 1))
4 ,.._ _.
Bus service will be provided to f .AAW W VI IH .... Branch 126 Sets MeetingNext Capt. James Reedy, NAS Jax

enable interested persons to attend CHEER FOR PATIENTS Mrs. Mabel Hetz. Ladies commanding officer; Capt. Ken-
iliary of FRA. Unit 126 hospital chairman (right) presents regular meeting of the
Good services neth Wheeler
Friday at All Supply Officer,
radio to the Naval ,Hospital wards. Accepting the gift is Yukon Branch 126 of Fleet Re-
Saints Chapel, it has been; announced Alton C. Abernethy, Hospital commanding officer. The NAS Jax; Capt. F. A. Allis, Chief,
by the Chaplain's Office. ary unit plans to present other radios to the Hospital in the serve Association is scheduled Office of Small Business, Depart-

RUNNING from the O & R ture. All wires and daughters of servicemen are eligible to April 21 at 2000 in the Clubhouseat ment of Navy; Jack Askins, Small
FRA Auxiliary members and assist in worthy
come many
to the chapel via Supply, Public conducted by the group each year. 4530 120th St. in Yukon. Business Advisor, Department of
Works _. the Army W. Kennard Weddell
and Marine Barracks, the --- ; ,

first bus is scheduled to depart Small Business Advisor, Depart-
All Saints Choir Is One Navy's Largest
from Building 101 at 1150; to ar- ment of the Air Force, and Her-

rive at the chapel at 1200. Return- The All Saints Chapel Choir, man Fowler:, Small Business Spe-

ing bus leaves the chapel at 1235. with 45 active members, is todayone active duty at NARTU. He I come to try out for the choir. cialist, Navy Bureau of Suppliesand

The shuttle bus' second run of the largest, mixed choirsin served as Choir Director Organist at the chapel is Mrs.E. Accounts.

leaves O&R at 1250, arrives at the the Navy. November, when he assumed Lamar Smith, who has served'

chapel at 1300, and begins its return position from Ltjg( ) Don with the choir for 10 years. Policeman: "Why didn'tou

trip at 1345, to reach O&R Led by Lester Yeomans, YN3, art, formerly of VA-44. In keeping with the Easter sea- stop when I blew my whistle

at 1355. The final run leaves O&Rat the choir sings for services at the The group meets for son, the choir, is practicing regu- Lady Drivers "I'm a little deaf.'

1430, arrives at the chapel at Station's All Saints Chapel each each Thursday at 1930 at I larly for 'special Easter Servicesto Policeman: "Thafs aright

1440, and returns at 1505, to reach Sunday. Saints Chapel. Anyone be held Sunday at 0615 at the You'll get your hearing tomorrow -

O&R at 1515. Yeomans, a Reservist, serves on participate as a member is | football field on Yorktown Road. ."





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