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Creation Date: March 23, 1961
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Have You Given Your Share To Health, Joint Crusade?









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1 Vol. 18 No. 51 u. s. NAS Jacksonville. Fla. 23' March 19B} 1
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Gets 14 Skills InvovledProPay/

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Sugg BundlesOverhaul AwardsIn Program


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and Repair De-

partment employee Francis Revealed
Changes
Silver may not be the Sta-

tion's most prolific "beneficial 1

suggester", but he may hold Sweeping changes in the Navy's pro-pay program that

the record for receiving the are designed to spur reenlistments in 14 critical ratings, have

been .announced. by.the Bureau of Naval Personnel.
most awards :
presented at one These 14 ratings will get the
time. (the day after all present pro-
5000 P-2 ($60 monthly) awardsby
awards and continuefor
examination and 36,972 of the pay expire
Silver, employed in Shop 5364 the balance of the fiscal year,
43,496 P-l ($30 monthly) awardson
of Assembly Division was recently recommendations of commanding or to June 30, 1962.)

awarded 'nine cash award officers. Eliminate the November exams

checks for pro-pay. Pro-pay for the
at time
one for beneficial ANNOUNCED by BuPers No-
coming fiscal year will be basedon
suggestions approved within the tice 1418, dated March 2, the
tests early this May.It .
month of February. The nine fiscal 1962 program will:
will make E-8's and E9'seligible
checks totaled $160. Go into effect. July 16, 1961 for pro-pay for the first

SINCE 1950 Silver has sub- time.

mitted 45 beneficial suggestions A RECORD?-Francis Silver O&R employee, receive not Optical/ Facility'' Restrict payment to "career"

under the Station's incentive one but nine beneficial suggestion checks totaling $160. pre- petty officers.

awards program, 35 of which have tented by Capi. Thomas B. Haley, O&R Officer. Silver evident Open At Hospital/ Grant "efficency" as con-

been adopted. He has reaped a ly believes in receiving his awards in a lump sum. The nine The Navy Exchange will trasted to "outstanding effective-

total of $680 for his ideas. checks at one time for beneficial suggestions is considered to open an optical dispensary in ness" P-1 awards-to petty officers -
be a record at NAS Jax. Bldg. H2009 at the Naval Hospital in the 14 critical ratings

Biggest award check Includedin on March 27. without examinations. A com-

Silver's batch of nine was one Health Joint Crusade This facility is being: esta- manding officer's recommendaton -
for $50 for his suggestion of installation blished to provide a 'convenient is sufficient to give these

of a zero ground in the and reasonably priced critical rated men the $30.

taillight wiring system to eliminate Nears Close service to authorized Navy Ex- Designate the following 14 critical -

induction of current into the Campaign change patrons. rating: AE, AQ, AT, CT, EM,

MA-1 compass system wiring in / Patrons may' bring lens pre- ET, FT, GS, IC, NW, PT, RD,
an HR2S helicopter aircraft. Hundreds of keymen, unit chairmen and campaign workers scriptions to be filled and aL?o RM, and SO.

ALSO INCLUDED were checks are combining all of their forces for a big last-ditch purchase a frame of their THE 14 CRITICAL ratings

for $40 for an "invertor switch"to effort tQ bring Jax Navy's 1961 National Health and Joint choice at this place. named are a drastic cut from

prevent delay caused by interruption Crusade fund! raising drive to a successful close. The campalgn The facility will be managedby the 40 given this classification

of power to HR2S concludes Friday.For 000 for Health and $10,000 for the a qualified and license op- during this fiscal year 1961. This

helicopter aircraft from external the past six weeks, mili-! tician. step was taken, a Navy official
Joint Crusade. Personnel have an
power sources; half of $25 for tary and civilian personnel of all. Hours will be, Monday said, not; because the ratings
opportunity to designate the through Friday, 0900 to 1630;
"revision of pilot's stick for HUL Navy activities in the Jackson- dropped from the critical list are
agency to which they wish to and Saturday, 0900 to 1200.
less critical to the Navy this
aircraft", shared with Arthui any
ville area, have been approached
number is EV
Ferguson of O&R; $15 for "in- contribute, or they can make one The telephone year than last, but because the
their individual contributionsto
for 9-7711, ext. 560.
stallation of insulation for auxili- five health agencies and three single donation to either the (Please Turn To Page 6, Col. 5))

ary fuel for assemblies near a hot Health group or the Joint Cru-
international welfare agencies.
terminal"; $10 for "modificationof sade.
"IT'S STILL not too late to
main instrument edge-lit panel
share" campaign Health agencies involved include -
give your one
and shield adjacent to altimeterof
official emphasized. "Those per- the American Can c e r
HUL aircraft"; $10 for "re-
sonnel who have not yet contri- Society, Muscular Dystrophy As-
routing auxiliary unit cable -
power
buted are urged to seek out their sociation, United Cerebral Palsy,
on HR2S aircraft to preventdamage"
unit keymen in an effort to reach National Society for Crippled
; $10 for "installation"of
; the goal of 100 percent participa- Children and Adults, and Na-
improved lighting arrangementfor
tion", he added. tional Society for Prevention of
tail section of HR2S helicopter
aircraft; $10 for "tube assembliesfor No overall montary goal has Blindness. ,4

HR2S aircraft" and sharingof been established for the drive. Three welfare agencies in the
;
,
a $15 award with John Maul- IT IS HOPED that last minute Joint Crusade include Radio Free : % \7itl:: : ;;;: ::2

din of O&R "for an HR2S automatic donations will at least reach or Europe, CARE, and American $

blade fold system". surpass last year's figure of $30- Korean Foundation.vice ti.j1: :

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I Pair Builds Transistor Tester From SalvageTechnicians .; .. A


and engineersin ed $1100 for a standard TS-100 permits identification of an
the civilian field do not unmarked transistor, and allows
transistor tester.
have a monopoly on all the evaluation, comparing and "
The idea began when the tran- ,
ingenuity in the electronics matching of transistors to be re-
sistor course was added to the placed.

business.T. AE "B" School curriculum. Chief The tester also demonstrates

C. Ash, ATC, and Ensign E. Ash ordered the TS-100 from temperature effects on transis-
Supply. The tester was a
Navy
C. Blick of Aviation Electrician'sMate tors.
"limited critical item" and was
Support School, Class "B", Operating on three flashlight
at Naval Air Technical Training not available.The batteries, the tester is "IF WE CAN'T GET ONE, WE'LL MAKE ONE" This
Unit here constructed a transis- tester checks with the TS-I cally calibrated with automati-I could be the incentive for Ensign E. C. Slick (left) and T. C.
Ash ATC of NATTU as they look with pride at the transistor
tor tester from salvage. The con- 100 in every phase. However, thus giving the salvage transistor I tester they created from salvage, when they discovered that test-
struction took two months of free it has a few advantages, that the tester biggest advantage over the ers were not available for instruction in schools. The ,ester

time, saving NATTU an estimat- TS-100 doesn't have. A safety de. TS-1CO. will save NATTU an estimated $1100.D. .

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HAS .......n. News In
Cept. "...... L Ke+dy Commanding Officer bet:::m(>
Cevndr. lobert Netaon Executive Officer Civil Service Comm SSSlon JacksonvnJ,
The to the
jected
NAB IbQ Heel. Air JatkeeavtlleCept.
in
leaf Adm. Kenneth Craig _. Commander is planning major revisions to ruling out items 86 at last
Cept. Grayiton H. Weber Chief of Staff FalrJai the Government employees' incentive safety practices. 1 meeting
Cpt. Nelaon M. Keerf ChIef of Stiff, NAB Six awards program, accord- regulartory for the an-1
fleet Ak WIlt, Eleven!
Renfro Turner, Jr. __ CommanderCapt. ing to the Federal EmployeesNews could not be baskets

Murltn W. Alley Chief Stiff Officer Digest. fide employee park|
Naval l Air Teclmlcal Training Unit Among the proposals were interfere with was array-
Cept. Robert J. Fleming Commanding Officer: eliminate "low value" j(
those to
Comdr Marion K. Smith. Executive Officer latitude and own bloomed
Naval Hetelta employee suggestions and in whether a their guests

Cept. William L EngelmanCe Commanding Officer: crease the cash awards for sug- considered for an with
". John O. Peder __ Executive Officer gestions approved under the by the
new
P. H. Holt NAITU Commanding Officer higher qualifying criteria. cash THE awards CSC be Joe Ilagen |
Comdr. William M. Millar Executive OffkMCept. THE PROPOSAL would eli- ) Kern
minate from suggestion awards tangible benefits Mr
Printed commercially with non-appropriatad funds In Jackaonvllle, Florida at no the fol- in a one-year ; and
on
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958 employee suggestions host.
Distributed free of charga to military and civilian/ personnel of Fleet Air Jackaonville, lowing: routine maintenance and intangible I
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical' Training Unit. Fleet Air Wing 11, Naval Air repair in the work'environment; no cash award,
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital. the improvement of working unless the case '
Service Information Officer .. Comdr.,Alax N. Mclnnla Jr. with
one
Assistant Service Information Officer -__..--_.-_- Andrew H. Pfeney' conditions of the type that the ably
Feature Editor-Mae Spencer, JO1; Staff Reporteri-Sandy Martinson, JOSN; I employee or his immediate supervisor gible benefits. In .

Ralph Bailey, AA. Photographer Beccart, PH2. j I I can correct through normalor award given an Us
Member of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and International customary action; merely callIng ; be less than $15.
Councils of Induttrtal Editori.
The Jax Air Newt li a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material I for normal or routine safety The CSC also com-

appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit It given. Photograph practices; calling for enforcement cash awards for to do the

unless otherwise credited, are official I U. S. Navy Photographi. of existing rules. bring substantial is con-
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone ex-
torwloni 8164, 656, 272 or 216. I I Some of the agency reps ob- Government be

At present the of the
yR4'A.nf; QtiNaLS j
s 5;. drops to 2% aboard

in resulting Air News'

ing regulations

the scale to five mostly I

Sunday, March 26 first $10,000 in at Salerno

ALL SAINTS'' CHAPEL with the awards 1 is about

0830-Service of Worship. ping to 2% f miles south

0930-Sunday School, three- for the second $ ; here. It is

year-olds through adults, Build- t fits above $ : !ti something

ing 722; Adult Bible Class, Small } >' would be the ;i do and I
at that level.
Chapel. .>t : : ,::' freer un4Vio -
t'a #':. ..L.y .
0930-Service of Worship. : ..... water

1100-Service of Worship. : U. S. COURT "::: :: :: ,<: anywhere
1830-Teen-Age, Senior High y k} f M c ruled that ,;: ::::: : s e." A/2C

and United Fellowship of Pro- are not entitled S. Bur-

testants, Building 722 and Small for travel time Detachment.

Chapel. 4 hours of work. it"r much time
e .
t1 Such overtime
ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL when such travel

0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass. enroute or is ;
arduous conditions

ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL Case in point

0615Confessions.0630Mass. of Navy :

: land Depot, Calif. .
0930-1015--Java Club. A '' ,.\it. .< tailed to work at
1030-Protestant Worship _::: hA'.";4D.HIGH munition Depot

RANKING VISITOR-Vice dCharles Wellborn, 25 miles away, a
Commander of Eastern Sea Fronter and Atlantic Reserve Fleet, hour bus. Laury
by SD1.
Christian Science boards a helicopter from NAS for a trip to Green Cove Springs Laury.

Tuesdays, 1900, Small ChapelJEWISH where he toured the Naval Station last Thursday. Followinga sought overtime .
a e e two-hour inspection tour of Green Cove he departed the bus travel back team and
Station for New Ode a\s. after their
: I
SERVICES was done. :: team.
intend tot
Small Chapel, between Al AO-B School Reveals other
Saints and St. Edward's Chapels. t any
THE : :: :
Wednesday, 1500 Religious l;: at pre-
tion is cool to because I
School.
Curriculum ChangeAviation would permit so much
2015-Adult Education Class.
ployees to retire : : do rig h t
Friday
2000-Worship service. -
Ordnance Class B after du years Of
do
I
2100-Oneg Shabbat. ::: But,
streamlined so that the School less of
School at NATTU Jax has under- age. : :i to the beach
could take 24 off this phase with :
a curriculum change, it has In a reply to a : lot and
Call For ExchangesIn gone out dropping any subjects. This National Postal Marine
been announced.The 24 plus the 20 remaining from assistant ,
to the
Top Gov't Posts change is, not intended to the gun and equipment phasewas cated that the
added to the missile Lake
phase. Crystal
The Departments of State and get any AOs excited, for it has does not favor I
Defense have This brought the total hours from and swim.
announced their year retirement
;
affect the term
absolutely no on the ;
original 88 hours to the cur- < approval of a plan to exchange< it hesitates to set length of the school. Instead, rent 128 hours.
key personnel from each de- for earlier
partment for training assign- some phases have been shortenedand WITH THIS 40 HOUR increasethe try workers as

ments in the other department.The others lengthened to give the instructors are able to spend AFL-CIO unions.A .

exchange is designed to instructors time to put more em- more time on the individual typesof a'

promote a better understandingof I phasis on some of the outstand- missiles. Currently the schoolis storekeeper :

foreign affairs and military; I ing topics of aviation ordance.; teaching the handling of three was standing in
missiles in the air-to-air and air-
problems in
areas where the two THE GUN HANDLING and to-surface one afternoon t ;
More
coincide. group. and more car
rolling
handling phase of the
Those exchanged will generally equipment detail is being given to the handl- street. He Thomas
AO "B" School have been short-
be of colonel of lieutenant colonel ing and arming of missiles in the that there was
ened by 12 hours each. Some of AO field.
rank or the equivalent. Assign- driver's seat. He
and handling
the equipment
ments will be for a period of gun From the standpoint of time,I jumped in and out of his
shortened and
about two years. subjects were a the ordnance field will probably emergency to the boy.
few subjects were dropped alto- be centered around missiles a
This the school 24 As he stepped for?"
gether.
gave deal :
great
Men can be divided into three more in the future. little
hours to of the other proud, a
put on some This could want
categories: mean that the AO him. I just
Four ,of these hours "Well,
subjects. Schools will be
get
1. The handsome undergoing fur- "I you
went to the munitions phase. er, stopped it.
2. The intellectual ther curriculum changes in the "Yeah, I know I once loan

3. The great majority The electricity phase was years to come. "I was pushing
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I Foreigners Not Always Awed By- Everything- American I iE3For'I< :: : : I ;


American food is generally good with plenty of variety '" ... .. ", i. c I '

but with too much starch; American TV has too many commercials x : Sale
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; education in the U. S. is more specialized than in J1\It ri. : Woodstock rk-5-rm shingle homt,
Europe; most American movies are .. ,< N EV 8-2112, RA 5-4506 EX 80280.
great; our language is & I;; ; ,,; or
not particularly hard to master; there is more interest in ;, .. ''tntjl t ': i 'tit ,, : Three bdrm, Immed ocpy, equity; Mar
Jj ; vin lad.ge, EV 8-8809 or EV 87931.
classical music in Europe; and American hospitality is the :, ,\. f r;:" i:' .111 -_.
a For Rent
greatest.These .
in a period of isolation, however. Furn Gar Apt-$65 per mo, 3602 OakSt.
among others, were the They have very little real know- -t ., Jen Watkins, EV 74376.
comments made by a group of 2C ledge of how people live in other 1L Duplex-2 bdrm apt, water furn, $55;
foreign allied officers of 10 na- A. faircloth, Ext. 8110.
tions to questions fired by Jax countries, he said. Trailer-30,' 1 bdrm, $55 per mo, water
Yin finds the U. S. Navy sup- & elee inctud, Maurice Hull, SP 11360.
Air News reporters. The foreign .. Bachelor
furn
Apt.-new corner Riv
ply
officers are at NAS Jax for field system very complicated, but { erside-Stockton; Mrs. lindblom, EV 98912.
indoctrination and training in it appears efficient. The Burmese Rent or Sale-new finish home, on-
officer is a big American movie furn, $65 per mo or sale price $8,000
Navy supply procedures.
fan and numbers John Wayne, with % acre land; A. C. Cone, SP 11059.
SENIOR OFFICER of the Joan Lake Shore-new 2 bdrm, $65 per mOl
Crawford, James Dean and
Group, Comdr. Holger Christensen Mrs. Philip Beloff, EV 99971.
Yul Brynner as his favorites. r'c Furn bdrm
of Denmark, remarked that Apt-2 water Includ, $75
"Mildred Pierce" is his choice per mo; Margaret Floyd, CH 9.2721 or
''the American people are kind American movie. EV 41162. v

and much more informal than This V That
LIKE IN GREECE, there is
no
Europeans. He feels that the hos- Rider W.nted-leave March 25 for Great
TV in
Burma, relates Yin. What +
Americans is ; Falls, Mont., of
pitality of very by way Dallas & Denver;
genuine. "They open their doors TV he has seen here, he still r Mr. Ruff, EV 74267.Passover.
prefers movies. Yin does not care .
and homes to everyone from
much for American food
other countries because they wantto pre-
ferring a good spiced with Set
not because they have to." His curry I "IT'S A SMALL WORLD"-Ltjg( ) Efthimios Exenitithis
comments echoed the sentimentsof chicken, shrimp or beef. Royal Hellenic Navy; Lt. Massimo Zep 1lini. Italian Navy;
The Burmese officer pointedout Comdr. Holger Christensen. Royal Danish Navy; and Lcdr For Jewish
the group. that Fujio Nakasato Japanese Navy (left to right), currently at
How does the U. S. Supply most marriages in Burma.' NAS Jax for a three-week orientation in Navy supply procedures -
with that of are still arranged except in the point to their home countries on the world globe. Theyall PersonnelThe
System compare more highly educated families. agree that it is a small world.
Denmark? It hardly compares,
says Christensen, since Denmarkuses Japan is becoming very west- English and Americans by ton- and one half hours a day of tele- quest for freedom is the

old fashioned methods. Den- ernized and the Japanese poeple gue," he explained.Lcdr. vision, with no advertisementsor common bond which unites all

mark, however, is beginning to'' have accepted the American way Adriaan IIulscher of The interuptions from 8 to 10:30: people. It is for this reason that

build up its supply system. of life with real enthusiasm, says Netherlands thinks subjects P.M., stressing mostly educational the Jewish Holiday of Passover,

The Danish officer said he enjoys Lcdr Fujio Nakasato of Japan. taught in our schools are not on features. Wednesday and Sun- the great Festival of Freedom,

American movies very much, American TV programs and as high a level as in the Nether- day afternoons are devoted to has a universal message.

particularly musicals such as movies are a big hit in Japan, lands. "Our secondary school can children's programming and religious The Passover Festival com-

Oklahoma and Annie Get Your he reports. There is a government be compared to your high school sermons and services are memorates the dramatic strugglesof

Gun. His favorite movie stars are station in Japan and also some and junior college," Hulscher featured on Sunday mornings. As the early Israelites for freedom

Danny Kaye and Bing Crosby.AS privately owned. said. "You are becoming more for U. S. TV, Hulscher opined from slavery and their redemp-

FOR COOKING. Christensen THE JAPANESE officer finds specialized. Too, you have more that there are too many com- tion from Egyptian bondage in

it Scandinavian style. the quality of food here good, time for extra curricular activities mericials and too much shootingand the days of Pharoah (Rameses

There prefers is too much starch in the but prefers the taste of Japanese ''I such as music, drama in your killings. As for music, Hul- 11, 1300 BCE).

buta food. It is very difficult for schools than we." he added. scher likes the classics, but is a The Jewish Passover Festival
U. S. diet and more spice,
he most Japanese to learn English, HULSCHER explained that in fan of Gershwin. He also likes will be celebrated from sunset,
much larger variety, says.
He thinks soccer is a more excit- he said. "We speak by lips, the I The Netherlands there were two Leroy Anderson of U. S. whomhe I March 31, until sunset, April 8.
likened to Rimskey-Korsakov. The first two days and the last
ing sport than football.
Lcdr. Andreas Hauge of Nor- two days are days of religious
Ltjg( ) Spiros Rallis of Greece
way, in a question on American obligation for individuals of the
noticed one difference in social
books and authors, declared his Jewish Faith.
customs. Here in the U. S. we
favorite American novel was Further information can be had
celebrate the birthdays of our
"The American Tragedy," by by contacting chaplain Dr. SidneyM.
national heroes while in Greece
,
::r Theodore Dreiser, which gives a Lefkowitz, Rabbi, at EV
the day of the death of the herois
celebrated. j j Y>F pretty good picture of Americanway 8-2673 or EV 9-0012, or Lay Lea-

of life. However, his fav- der Lt. M. Becker, Extension 8495or
Rallis says Greek food. is much orite U. S. author is Ernest Hem- EV 8-4264.

different than American, but he ingway. "My favorite author of Schedule of Religious Servicein

does admit that a good steak is all is Arne Vaagen who wrote observance of Passover in

real fine, eating. His favorite "Stormnatten', a story about Jacksonville Synagogues is as follows -

sports are basketball and sailing, fishermen," said Hauge. :
but in Greece soccer is the national -
ONE OFFICER. Lt. Man Yol Congregation Ahavath Chesed
favorite. He feels too, that
Kan of Korea feels that the U. S. (Reform), St. Johns' Avenue and
in Greece people receive a more '; '
does not cover the worldwidenews Mallory Street, 1800, March 31,
general education whereas Amer-
sufficiently and has more Worship Service; 1900, March 31,
icans specialize more.
ANNIVERSARY FORMATION-Crewmen of me carriers local news than any other type.In ,Congregational Seder; and 1100,
THERE IS NO television in Saratoga (top) and Independence form ranks to spell out "Naval comparing social customs Lt. April 1, Worship Service.
Greece, says Rallis, who profes- Aviation 1911-1961" in commemoration of the 50th anniversaryof
sed a dislike for too many com- naval aviation. The photo was taken when both ships were Victor Manuel Viloria of Vene- Services at Jewish Center Sy-

mercials on U. S. TV. He is a real on duty with the Sixth Fleet in the Mtdilerannean. zuela saw them quite a lot a nagogue (Conservative), Third

American movie fan and lists like those of the U. S. He thinks and Silver Street are, 1830, March

Gregory Peck and Jennifer Jonesas Enrollment At NATTU American food is delicious and 31, Worship Service; 1030, April 1,

his favorite stars. High his favorite American dish is Worship Service;, 1845, April 1,

People of the U. S. have a SchoolClose fried chicken. Congregational Sedar; and 1030,

very high standard of living and Officer Leadership Lcdr. Karl Pramlov of Sweden April 2, Worship Service.

enjoy freedom to the utmost, ob- to 100 percent of the officers at Naval Air and Lt. Giovanni Perilli of Italy. Etz Chaim Synagogue (Ortho-

served Lcdr Tin Maung Yin of Technical Training Unit have attended the Officer Leader- probably expressed the feeling of dox) are 1900, March 31; 0900 and

Burma. "Generally," said Yin, ship School since its establishment here last Febraury 13th. all of the officers when they said 1830, April 1; and 0900 and 1900.,

"American people have grown up The school, plans and general that "America is wonderful.. April 2.Jewish.

subject matter for which have sons best qualified to speak on "This is my second time in the U. services are held aboard

AF Borrows Navy been supplied by the Chief of I the subjcet are made available. S. and I think to travel is to learn.I the' Station every Friday. Pass-
have learned
Naval Air Training, covers four 'One of the speakers has been much about the over service is set for Small

Arrestor SystemThe days of approximately three Dr. Ben Rogers, vice president of Perelli.U. S., and its people," remarked Chapel, Bldg. 752, 1000; Yizkor

Air Force has borrowed a hours study. One half of the officers and Memorial Service* Small chapel,
trick long used by the Navy on were sent to the school in Jacksonville University, a "While in this country I have 2030; and Oneg Shabbat at 2100.A .

carrier aircraft to reduce the February and the remainder former officer in the Navy. He been invited by several American

possibility of injury to pilots and finished on March 16. taught at FSU for 10 years before families as guests in their homes.I Scotsman came into a barber

damage to airplanes. General topic presented at the coming to the Jax University. At think the best way to meet peo- shop. "How much do you chargefor

Arrestor hooks are being installed school include communism, capi- the NATTU leadership school ple of another country is to visit a haircut?" he asked.

on fighter aircraft that talism, various economies of the he discusses the advantages and In their homes," said Lcdr. Pram- "One dollar," answered the bar-

will grab onto a runway cable to world and how they effect the disadvantages of communism and lov.All ber.

prevent emergency landing crack- U. S., fundamamtel principles of capitalism and compares econo- were impressed with mili- "How much do you charge fora

The Air Material Commandhas the U.S., moral leadership, domestic mic, moral and social standards of tary training here and, with the shave?"

ups. reported that the safety fea- ; and foreign affairs and their each. He thus far has given two beauty of America. The 20 fore- "Fifty cents.

ture proved 100 percent effectivein value to the naval officer. such lectures and has been invited ign officers will be aboard until "All right," said the Scotsman,

prelimary tests. For these presentations, per- to deliver more. March 31. "shave my head."






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Postal Directory Service :,. FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION

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Keeps Local Mail Movingkeeping John T. Crotty, AE1, EV 9-4911J

membership chairman,,announces
track of the mail for
on a 24 hour basis. that Branch 126 has a goal of
NAS Jax and tenant command .
f 900 members. Pete Kozar was
personnel is quite a job. This All transferred personnel are 7 awarded a gold membership
task is handled by the Postal kept on file on cards at the direc-, ; {
award at the March meeting. Re-
Directory Service of the Admin- tory. The directory makes a diligent -
cent award winners were Wil-
istration Department of NAS search to locate the addressees f,4 b 00, r..L
liam B. Matthews, Jonne Mandu-
and to deliver the mail.
Jax.Four jano and A. M. Faughnan. Branch
enlisted men under the THUS IT IS very importantthat 126 now has 850 members. New
guidance of Lennis E. Yeatts,
all units
insure that their members at March meeting were
PCI, are responsible for seeing people keep the cards to date r''r
up < J R. Jackson, F. E. Edmandson,
that improperly addressed mailis at the directory with the correct V. I. Smith, F. Schum, W. A.

delivered.The information in order to receive '\4 Weaver, E. D. Surez, M. R.
also makes disposi- F r
group mail without delay. : Robinson, M. A. Kindred and G.
tion of undeliverable mail in ac-
All personnel reporting to NAS H. Stewart.
cordance with U. S. Postal Re-
Jax for permanent duty are required Next meeting of FRA will be
gulations. In addition, the unit
to check in and out at April 20. Bring your S&H Green
provides handling services for
the Postal Directory. They also Stamps.
official mail for ComNabSix and
must complete and mail "Changeof Unit 126 Ladies Auxiliary FRA
the commanding officer. They receive -
and place into the postal Address" cards, NAVPers 693 MAILMEN. NAS STYLE-The mail must go through. That's will hold a reception for prospec-
in accordance with Article 9104 the motto of the Postal Directory Service at NAS. In top photo tive members on March 23 at
system shipments of overseas of OpNavInst P2700.14. Harold Burton. AA checks some of 2.000 cards of transferred 1900 at 2142 Jammes Road
whichis
mail which arrive by air at this personnel to correctly readdress their mail while Lennis ,
station. Yeatts PCI gives him a helping hand. In lower photo (left) the home of Unit vice presi-

THE UNIT ALSO maintains a Arnold Tillman AA makes his rounds as he picks up mail. The dent Mrs. J. R. Whitmire. Those
Postal Directory also maintains 24-hour locater service. ladies seeking further informa-
directory service in Building 920.
tion about L.A. FRA may call
All personnel must maintain a
card on file in the directory; Mrs. J. R. Whitmire at EV 4-2815.

showing current station or local To Repeat Program of J' Those planning on attending are

area addresses for mail delivery, f requested to inform Mhs Whit-

The: locater service is operated mire.

Rank For More ChiefsThe Final plans were made for the ,"
Branch 126 and Unit 126 annual

VP-18 Returns spaghetti supper. The supper will
Navy is repeating the program whereby 700 chiefs be help at the Riverside Lions

fL were given 1% stripes a few weeks ago. Club at 1240 South McDuff Ave.

From "Eighteen-and-six" chiefs will The
Yearly'Springboard' or less simultaneously. And all public is invited. Tickets are
get a chance for lieutenant (jun- available from members for one

ior grade) commissions again. the service and age requirementsare dollar donation. Children half

The new integration-LDO pro- geared to July 1, 1961. Thatis price.

gram with appointments to be chiefs must have 18% years

Patrol Squadron 18 has returned made about July 1, 1962 Includes by July 1, 1961; Waves must not
several other features.IT Protestants Set
from a two-week deployment have reached their 30th birthday
REMOVES limits
age on
to Roosevelt Roads, chief to LDO elibibility. It also by July, 1961; ensign candidates Easter
Puerto Rico where the squadron Holy
requires commanding .officer's for LDO and integration must ,
in
participated Operation
recommendation for integrationapplicants. not have reached their 25th birth Week
Springboard. Services
In addition the pro day by the same date.
Springboard is a yearly Atlantic Gov't gram establishes a three yearservice Chaplain Charles D. Beatty
Fleet training exercise i n Employees obligation after commis The big change in) the programfor NAS Protestant Chaplain, this,
which patrol squadrons of the LDOs is the removal of the
sioning in the LDO week
program.A announced the
fleet participate. Rec Group Plans change for women in the 34-year age limit, of last year. Holy Week and Easter programfor at All

While in Puerto Rico VP-18 integration program is to up the There is no lid on this age of appointment Saints' Chapel.

made use of the services providedby European Trips age to 30 years. for the chiefs In the On Palm Sunday, March 26,
18 and 6"
the operation for completionof THE PROGRAM takes chief group. services will be held at 0830,
annual qualifications and The Government Employees petty officers with the required 0930 and 1100.

fleet-wide anti-submarine com Recreation Association, Inc. has service into the regular Navy as FORD TV SHOW FROM Sunday School (Including Nur-

petitive exercises. announced a program of Eu- temporary limited duty officers sery) will be at 0930.
ropean Holidays for 1961 for its with the rank of jaygee. Other YORKTOWN MAR. 30
Prior to deploying to Puerto members. The All Saints' Choir will singat
LDO The Tennessee Ernie Ford
Rico, VP-18 had completed 32% Members will be able appointments are available the Garden Center, 1005 River-
to briny tq enlisted personnel ,and war- Show in honor of the 50th Anniversary
of its annual and side Ave.
qualifications from
their entire families 1430-1500 at the
and friends rants who have less than of Naval Aviation
18%
34% of the fleet-wide S Floral
competitive Pageant of Crosses.
along this year, without limita- years service. These are commissioned will be presented from the
exercises.1 On returning, tion, since they will travel on as ensigns. deck of the carrier Yorktown During Holy Week evening
92.5% of the competitive exercises
regularly scheduled transAtlantic The integration is over the NBC network, services are scheduled for 1930
and 88% of the annual quali program
fications airliners. open to E-6s and above who want (WFGA Channel 12), Thurs each evening Monday through
were complete. Detailed intinerarles for the day night March Thursday. Holy Communion
regular ensign's commissions i in 30, at 2130. at
Thus far in crew standing GERA May-June 1961 trips arenow the line, supply or civil engineer This show will be Mr. Ford's Thursday Evening Service.

Crew Five heads the list with available. They list an exit corps. tribute to Naval Aviation's50th Good Friday March 31 will bea

scores of 100% on all competitive ing trip through northern Europeand All the programs are run more birthday. three hours service, "Medita-
'
exercises except one that is Scandinavia. This holiday -- tions on Seven Last Words"from

still to be completed. trip leaves on May 20, returning 1200 to 1500.

i Crew Three is second with one 32 days later with only 20( days Easter Sunday April 2 will fea-

R score under 100% and Crew Nine; annual leave. The trip covers ture a Sunrise Service beginningat

: is third with only two scores un seven countries and the all-expense 0615, Football Stadium, York-

der 100%. tab is $788. )1'i i town Road. Music will be furnished -
On May 27th there will be ; by the ComFair Jax Band and

Comdr. L. L. Miller is patrol three groups departing Europe, All Saints'
choir. The will
_ sermon
plane commander of Crew Five, Spain and England on 25, 32 and be delivered by Chaplain Ham-

with Lt. D. Prentiss and Lt. P. N. 39-day tours, with only 15, 20 mond.

Pfeiffer, PPC of Crew Three and and 25 annual leave respectively.

Nine respectively. These trips will start at $698 including Easter services are planned,for
0830, 0930 and 1100.
transportation, hotel ac-
Squadron skipper Comdr. R. A. comdations, sightseeing, most tips At' press time, the schedule of

Sampson, on returning, stated and two meals a day. services for the Catholic Cha-

that he was extremely proud of GERA also expects to announce pel, St. Edwards was" not avail-
the all out effort put forth ball 3' able.
at.'a later date two additional -
hands participating in the holiday trips visiting Eu-

exercise and of the outstandingscores rope and Israel, Spain and Porn AE-A School Honors
received by all crews i
sometime in
tugal September.
their competitive exercises.The Yearly membership In the Earned By Gargiulo

entire squadron is rootingfor GERA is .$2.50. Employees can CPO PIc Anthony Gargiulo Jr. of
WIVES ANNIVERSARY"Mrs.. Jerry Steinberg, Long Island City, N.Y., was sel-
Commander Miller and obtain further information
Crew by
newly installed president of the CPO Wives Club, serves the ected as honorman of the Avia-
Five to receive 100% in all their writing the Secretary of the first piece of cake to the first president of the club, Mrs. Lloyd tion
exercises and thereby duplicate( Government Employees Recrea- Bowman (left) at the third anniversary and installation banquet Electrician's Mate Class A

their outstanding effort of last 1400, GPO, New York 1, N. Y. Mrs. held Elliott last Richards Saturday. Looking on are (seated left lo right) School at graduation exercises
vice president and Mrs. Herb Quade, held last Friday at the Naval Air
year. tional Association, Inc., P. O. Box treasurer. Technical
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rifford Pacesig Navy Regs Keep


Field InTourney JJ. Brady, Rossette

.
olf ; From NationalsJax

|Lcdr. Lou Gifford shot a sparkg : f : : \ Navy m i t t men Pat

three under par 69 to jump :1 >, Brady and Jim Rossette, who

Ito a six-stroke lead in the NAS' captured the featherweightand

x Military Golf Tournament ;% t _ heavyweight crowns in
[ifford's fine round was fash- :; ttJ= a the Eastern Golden Gloves
led by playing the local layout competition in New York, will

regulation figures for 15 hole: a not be able to compete with
three birdies on the other fl the East team against the

Id % -uJuu tY West in the National Golden
.. : Gloves Tournament in Chicago -
Scarbrough and Jerry Fo-
March 29.
were tied in runnerup spot _
regulation, which re-
A Navy
|ith 75, followed by Bill Koresse
quires the wearing of protective
id Phil Hughes, with 76.
headgear, will keep the two Navy
STARTING TIMES and pairing battlers out of amateur boxing's

r next Saturday and Sunday; most prominent tournament. The

e now posted at the golf course National Golden Gloves competition -

The field will be placed ir does not require the wearingof
ghts after the results of Sat- headgear.

day's matches are added to the MOUND HOPEFULS-Ca.ndidates for Jax Navy's mound corps limber up their soup bonesin Navy authorities in Washington -
ast Sunday's scores. Seventyght practice at Mason Field. Trying for a spot on the Fliers' pitching staff are (left to right; ) John the
Cashion, of VF-32 Aircraft Maintenance and Jim confirmed their stand on
: Ron Tucker, of Faetu Aaron Putman NAS
iris I
players are participating : Campbell, of NATTU. Some 35 aspirants answered the call for tryouts for the Jax Navy var- usage of headgear while local
) tourney which is the bes sity. Practice sessions are held daily at Mason F eld at 1600. Navy[ officals were trying to workout

'ld ever recorded for a tourna- a way for Brady and Rossetteto

ent of this kind. I' 6ND Meet report for a 10-day training
[ PART OF LAST Saturday's JAX AIR Ring period for the East squad at Bear
eld finished play prior to the SPORTS Mountain N. Y.
avy rain, but all scores on Sat- Slated
NEWS FridayKing However Brady and Rossette
i day were voided due to the
will enter the Sixth Naval Dis-
lie weather. The tournament Hall will be the scene of which
trict tournament gets underway -
,ill be via the 54 hole route, the Sixth Naval District boxing Friday at King Hall here

ce 72 holes as originally; tournament Friday with action first toward All-
an
in the step
heduled. Faetu Stuns Hospital To beginning at 2000. Navy title. A win in the All-Navy

Complete results of last Sat- As late as Wednesday morning would give both fighters a chanceto

day's play is as follows: only two teams had entered- meet the National Golden

Gifford: 69.Scarbrough. Win Mainside Cage TitleAfter Jax Navy and NAS Key West. Gloves champs in the Pan American
Foley, 75; Kores1 Jax Navy's stock has risen in : Games.

;1, Hughes, 76; Greenwood, 78: the past several weeks with the
enak, Kasner, 79; Pearson: Capt I leading the Mainside Intramural Basketball League fine showing of its squad in Golden -
lements, 80; Hoopes, Merchant, for almost the entire season, Naval Hospital felt the Gloves competition. The Fli BOWLINGIn
determined and Faetulant] club ir
air, 81; Maranville, Fuetz, Bu- wrath of a clutch-playing ers' squad will be built around
the crucial playoff fray Tuesday night and lost it all by r Mainside intramural bowlIng -
Eastern
uno, Stitely, Stephens, 82; Wear, featherweight Pat Brady, -
!apt. Horton, Kona, Ruscetta, 83: 52-47 count. the Marines in the fourth spot, Golden Gloves Champ; action last week the American
apt. McCeeny, Kemmer, 84; Both Faetu and Hospital en heavyweight Jim' Rossette East- League featured three shutouts

anglois, Hughes, Krzewinski, 85; tered the playoff with identical 12-4. ern Golden Gloves champ; ban- Hospital over the Dudes,
nkler, Drake, Campbell, 86. 14-2 records, Faetu's victory nov In the remaining places, VP- tamweight Tony Elumba; and A/C Maint. "A" over the Untouchables -

O'Neil, Lamb, Babick 87; Southrd places it in a position to vie for: 30 and Administration tied 11-5; lightweight Landy Dove. and Dispensary over
the All-Station crown against the the Air Force 679th had 8-7; VA- the Grounders.The .
88; Hall, 89; Liberty, McKinon -
Gray, Johnson, 90; Long, NATTU intramural winner. The. 44 8-8; Ops Boathouse 6-8; A/C 12; O & O 3-12; ComFair Jax Hornets stung the WoodChoppers
Maint. 6-10 NARTU 6-10; VAP- 3-12; and Dispensary in the cellar
NATTU league has not yet completed ; Road Runners
3Ms-Vfe
ombs, 92; McLeod, 93; Holley, ;
[lewett 94; Goodman, Almquist, its season. 62 Warriors 4-11; Operations 4- with 0-15. took the Goers 3-1; Dental beat

wann, 95; Freund, Copeland'arker FAETU MANAGED to over- .. Ops AUW 3-1; Holy Rollers
96; Broderick 97; Hunt, come a four point deficit at halftime romped over the Able Dogs 3-1;

'dwards, 98; Capt.' Reedy, Mary to roar back and finish ahead FAETU "A" whipped Marines"A"

isenias 99; Hooker, Bickerstaff, by six. High pointer for the till 3-1.

andrum, Fraser, 100. was Faetu's Jim Cramer, whc Contintental League action

Ellis, Bowen, 101; Capt. Head,, pumped in 17 before the final went like this-Sky Warriors

lesser, 102; Pederson, McCarthy,, buzzer. Next In line was Bob aver FAW-11 Gold 4-0; Scatter

103; Collins, Linn, Casey, Van- Jacobsmeyer of Hospital, with U; Pins over the Spartans 4-0; Pen

matre, 104; Sirois, 106;. Davis,, markers to his credit. Queens ripped the Neversails

Pearce, 108; Jones, 109; Wiley,, Although several games remained 4Army; ADA beat the Raiders

110; Muzzi, 111; Roche, 123. to be played this week none 3-1; Paymasters took A/C Main
"C" 3-1; VP-30 "A" downed the
will
of the present positions
Play Boys 3-1; FAETU "B" out-
Intramural GolfersTo have been affected.
(' ( rolled the Scope Dopes 3-1;
iVAP02's ir
Hospital
Confer TuesdayA RIGHT BEHIND Slaughter House Five split withAIC

Mainside golf organizational; Braves with 13-3, with :i.\.\. IMii:.t.: I Maint "B" 2-2.
;
meeting will be held at the Main- ,
:: As for the National League,
> ::
side Gym on Tuesday, March 28,, Flier Spikers : ) :I Y .< there were three 4-0 wins, Trojans
at 0930. Team representativesfrom V -I::" :, aver the Air Force 679th; PanHandlers
.
:{::: "
all interested activities are 6ND ... s. ; .: .. over Disbursing "B;
PlayEncouraged :
invited to discuss the topics of Eye ...,.' '.X j :: : MAD Foxes took VP-30 "B" 3-1;
rules, scheduling and type of .- : i;" Ii aF Jrd Crewmen split the Pin Splitters -
by the boost givento : 0
Play 3-1Phantoms; overshadowed
volleyball Navy wide, Jax \ v>ht D&R) 3-1; Fire Crackers split 2-2
f
LITTLE LEAGUERS OPEN Navy's topnotch volleyballersopen with the Vagabonds.

PRACTICE SATURDAY their 1961 campaign by Laurels for high game-series

hosting the Sixth Naval District honors went to Bill McVickersf
Little Leaguers will get a
chance to show how much stuff Volleyball Tourney to be held tI" ComFairJax Scatterpins with

they have on the ball this Sat- March 29 at the Mainside Gym. a 624 combination, and Don
Nichols of MARTD Trojans with
urday, March 25, in a practice Jax Navy, which looks to a .i.is
State AAU title for the past great year, has four AllAmericans t : a high single of 246.,

workout scheduled at the Blue on its squad, and the rest t,

Angel Park here aboard the sta- are experienced spikers. The UMPS MEET MONDAY
tion. Fliers have captured the Florida Another Mainside intramural

Midget horschiders in the age State AAU title for the past softball umpire's meeting has

group eight to ten will meet from three years. This year's State been set for the Mainside Gym,
0900 is set for April 29 in UP AND AT 'EM Jax Navy's Slate AAU champion volley March 27 at 1130.
AAU ,
to 1115, and those 11-12 play for Monday,
National AAUis bailer get set for the kill as they prepare for the 6ND Volley
years old 1130 to 1315. Miami, with the ball Tournament to be held Mar. 29 at Mainsidt Gym. Left to As a reminder, the Softball
Players are advised to bring set for Duluth, Minn. May 814. right are Bill Wursler, VA-44; John Loper, VA-44; Bill Manley, league' team entry deadline is
their i numbers and personal The All-Navy tourney will be NAS Cecil Field; Archie Eckhardi. NAS Cecil Field; GabeChampagne March 31.
12-14. VF-174; and Hank Winstead. VF-31.
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Pro-Pay ProgramContinued

( From Page)

\. Navy just was not able to get

I the money needed to continue

them on the critical list for pro-

pay purposes.

..L The change means that thou-

';' : 4 ra., g "b d A w"k c e a K 84Y+. aoGo y' .!+in'T Y x.r sands of petty officers in these
} ratings ,who have been gettingthe

). pro-pay will have stiff com-
petition in the May examinationsin

the "outstanding effectiveness"

category in order to have their

F pro-pay continue after the July

15 expiration date.

The Navy emphasized that the

term "critical ratings" had noth-

ing to do with the relative im-

portance of the various ratings.It .

was, the notice stated, simplya
term used to describe a prob-
_'_'n_____.. __ ._."___ ._.....m..___ _.. .n'--m.m._. ...
I lem of supply and demand.
VP-30 V-BALLERS COP ,READY FOR FIRST OUTING Prepping for their first More Films AvailableAt THE FOLLOWING qualitiesare
competition of the season is Jax Navy's Shell Team. The, Fliers,
FAIRJAX TOURNAMENTPatrol shown strutting their stuff on the St. Johns, row against the Faetu Library those which make a rating
Naval Academy here Friday at 1400 and again in a three way Faetulant'-s film library in "critical": long specialized train-
match with the Middies Junior Varsity and Jax University
30's alert 168 has announced ing period; special technical or
ers. Juniors Saturday at Jax U. at 1030. Left to right are Dick Building a
Wheeler. Naval Hospital Dave Dunn. NAS Jax: Clayton Fuehrer. new shipment of movies avail- leadership aptitudes; low first re-
ball champs, captured the Corn- VA-44: Jim Neff, VA.44: Jerry Rubin, ,FAW.11, Brad able for viewing or release to enlistment rate and shortage of
Fair Jax Volleyball Tournament Wickersham Naval Hospital Brad Purinton. NAS Jax: T. O. units for showing. career petty officers.To .
played here at Mainside Monday Jones, VF-174: and coxswain Dave Boardman. VA-44.
for under
They are: qualify pro-pay
by beating VAP-62. South Asia and India Today the. new program a Navy man

The VP-30 crew took three Middies Open Spring (MD8204Y), 20 minutes. Newsweek must have served on active duty

straight games by 15-3, 17-15 magazine interviews Assistant I in the Navy for at least seven

and 15-13 margins in some eye- Secretary of State for years, or have obligated service
opening action after dropping the' Drills With FlourishSome Near East on American foreign which will carry him to the seven

opener 16-14. policy in South Asia and India. year minimum. He must be at

VP-30 now moves into the Air. 100 Naval Academy athletes arrived at NAS Jax Pacific Missile Range least E-4.

Lant tournament to be held ir yesterday and immediately prepared to swing into action (MN8879)), 14 minutes. Brief de- The new also allows
program
Norfolk on March 27, the win- today in a four-day spring training drill period that is loaded scription of Point Mugu, Calif. master and senior chief petty officers -

ner of which will compete in the with competition.The Boone Park, 1000 Flight Deck Safety (FN8909), to compete for the award
All-Navy eliminations April 12- 14 minutes. Dangers encountered
Middies will waste no MARCH 24 money. By getting such a late
15 at ComTwelve.He time. This afternoon at 1500, Baseball: Navy vi FSU at Mason Field, aboard an aircraft carrier during start, these top enlisted specialistswill

J Navy's baseballers, led by the Jax, 1400 flight operations. be eligible only for P-1 pay-
Golf Navy vs Jag U., FSU In three.w.ym.tch
: "Where do all the bugs go sensational Joe Bellino, who some at San Jose Country Club, Tourist: "I don't like all the ments.
in winter?" rate as good a baseball playeras 1145 flies around here." CHEDULED for exams on

She: "Search me." he is a football performer, Tennis Navy vs FSU, Boone Park, 1000 Native: "Well, frankly, there May 2 are those competing for
and Navy vs Bolles Military Academy
He: "No, thanks. I just wantedthe collide with Jacksonville Uni- Boone Park, 1430. are a few of them I don't care "outstanding effectiveness" P-l

information." versity on the latter's diamond. lacrosse! Navy vs Yale, Forrest High Stadium for either." awards in pay grades E-6 throughE9
e e e I I 2000 *, e and recruiters in all pay
THE MIDDIE golfers and ten- Crewi Navy vs NAS Jax at NAS Jax 1400
Professor "Name the outstand-
: "Critical" E-6s and
rating
Two tonsils lived in a drunk's nismen also begin action today. grades.
March 25
throat. ing accomplishment of the Ro- E-7s recommended for P-2
The golfers take on Timuquana Baseball Navy vs FSU at NAS Mason "
"Hey, where are we?" asked one. Country Club at Timuquana at Field, 1400 mans. awards will also be examined on
"We Golf Navy, Yale, Miami U., Jax U., FSU Student: "They understood La- this date.
must be in Capistrano, 1145, while the tennis club
In five-way match at NAS Jax tin. 4 will be held
On May exams
answered the other. "Here
comes clashes with Florida State at course, 1100
another swallow." I Boone Park at 1000. Tennis Navy vs Riverside Tennis Club, Track: Florid Relays at Gainesville, Fit. for E-4s and E-5s in "outstanding -
at Boone Park, 1400 MARCH 26 effectiveness" ratings competing '
w r' --' 1 NAS Jax will be the scene of Crew Naval Academy Jr. Varsity, Jax U Baseball: Navy vs Jax U. at NAS Mason for P-l awards and thosein
;:!'\' several of the contests in which Jr. Vanity .and NAS lax at 1030 at Field, 1400. the same pay grades on the 14
Jax U.; Naval Academy Varsity, Golf Navy, Yale, Miami, Jax U. In four-
the will be involved.
Academy critical who trying
ratings are
Jax U Varsity, Jax U Alumni! Teamat way play at NAS Jax, 1100.
4 Friday the Middies clash with 1100 at Jax U Tennis Navy vs Jax U at JU, 1330.VP30 for P-2 payments.
FSU in a baseball encounter at

,f + )",,"' Mason Field here at 1400 and the Airman Gets His Flying "While I was out with the boys
two teams meet again at Mason
,:: :nI playing poker last night a bur-

ra Field Saturday at 1400. Start Behind Wheel glar broke into our house."
Of
I Car "
THE STATION'S golf course -- :"Did: he get: anything?
will be the scene Saturday of a Some Navy men get all the "Yes, my wife thought it wasme
five-way golf match at 1100 involving speed they want flying in the air driver award for 1959 with a I coming in late and the police
j spotless record of no traffic vio- got there just in time to rescue
the Middies, Miami U, but for Bill Lalli, AN, of Patrol
"
Yale, Jax U and\; FSU; and again Squadron 30, this is just a warm- lations. him.

L1" : Sunday when Navy, Yale, Miami up. Lalli's "other flying" starts
and Jax U. get together at 1100. .
t 'I when he gets behind the wheel y.rR.
fiekz Mason Field will be the site of
1
'.. <>\ ,I fie : of his 1955 Chevy Belair and enters
another with the
t diamond fray
'
f' one of the many NASCAR .
;
with Jax
Academymen tangling
i
races staged in Florida.
: \ II'V U at 1400.
"
Lalli, who' started. racing in
j ; Jax Navy's crew races with the' 1958, has won a' total of nine ,

: > : Middies here Friday at 1400 and race and many'fine trophies. He

,. i will vie Saturday with the Junior has modified his Chevy with a i,

\ : varsities of the Academy and JU 1960 Corvette engine, and [
":' at 1030 at JU. straight floor shift. Besides racing
'I
at Buccaneer, Thunderbolt,
One of the features_ of the week Brannans and Kivq
\ ,' l'A! Sunset in Saint
will be an exhibition lacrosse
< 1 : ,', Petersburg, Lalli's biggest win
f' match Friday night under the came at Daytona Beach in Feb-

o ( lights at 2000 at Forrest High ruary 1961. It was during this

) ) 'y',\ School Stadium, with the na- race that he won the NASCAR
T ) tional champion defending Mid-
,
x ,/ -i',',,,' dies taking on Yale. Proceeds go ionship with a speed of 90 mph
I"': the Forrest band fund
to High attained in only 15.4 seconds.
BLONDE-AND BEAUTIFULA and Navy Relief. Yale's lacrosse This was done from a dead stop

lop-flight fashion model team will also be holding its and covered a scant quarter of a
and pinup girl in her native spring drills here at NAS. mile
England, 19-year old Claire Here is the schedule
complete :
Gordon received her first star Many people might think thata
ring role in "Konga," where MARCH 23 drag racer would be a dangerous
she portrays a beautiful col. Bneblll: Academy vs Jax U., at JU, 1500 man to meet on the highway, SPEEDSTER ADMIRES TROPHIES Bill LallL AN. of
lege student so wrapped up in Golf Academy vi Timuquana Country but Lalli the VP-30 here, admires his latest trophy won in a long line of
her studies that she pays scant Club at Timuquana ,1145 : proves just opposite drag racing victories. Lalli'i 1955 Chevy is powered: by a Cor-
attention to romance. Tennis Navy vs Florida State Univ., at I as he holds the Thunderbolt safe vetto engine.Page .



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