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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 14, 1959
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HAPPY DAY GATES OPEN
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It's Military .JfI. OpenHouMSaturday

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Friday 1200-1700

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Vol. 17 No. 10 U.S.N.A.S. Jacksonville Florida 14 May 1959


Armed Forces Day'Open




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V \ r J 11 attractive program has been arranged for Open Houseat

1 1p NAS Jax Saturday in the observance of the 10th anniversary -

.of.Armed_Forces Day. The Station will be open to the
public from 1200 to 1700.With .
areas of Operations. Personnelof
Open House concentratedin
the industrial area of the Sta- departments will be on handto

p: tion, the general public will be! enlighten visitors and conduct I
tours.Operations.
guided
permitted its first view of work-
ing spaces. at Overhaul and Re- area will be the

pair, Supply, Public Works, and site of static displays, which will
Operations Departments.OPEN include aircraft of the Navy, Air'

FOR public inspectionwill Force, and Army; military

.:}.r: be Building 109 and 110 of equipment; and miscellaneousgear.
Operations Hangar 117 will
r':'::: Supply Department; Public Works
>l.Sf r.r'j : Building 103 and vicinity; Han- house display booths with vari-

gar 101 of O&R; and certain ous departments and commandsat
.
I'O\ :''\t :"rbtivk5iif: Ji; '1 "'''\ '''.,_' .UiMf4;: ; %I&i..iii\:\ the Station, plus units of all .

ARMED FORCES WEEK PROCLAIMED Joining other branches of the Armed Forces
Relief cities throughout the nation Jacksonville Mayor Haydon Burns, NOTED RABBI in the area, partIcIpatIng.SPECI.IL .
Navy (second from right) proclaimed this week as Armed Forces
demonstrations In-
Week, in ceremonies Monday. He urged Citizens to participatein SPEAKS HEREIn
Asks the observance to demonstrate their belief in "Power For volving use of equipment and :
30,000Efforts Peace.. Left to right are Vernon Sikes, cochairman of Jax observance of Armed aircraft are also planned. ,A I
Armed Forces Day committee; Lt. Col. Duane Fultz. AF Day Forces Sunday, May 17, Rabbi helicopter rescue demonstrationwill
to raise $30,000 for Project Officer Mayor Burns, and Capt. Elliott W. Parish Jr., Sidney M. Lefkowitz of Temple be conducted hour

the Navy Relief Society has NAS for Jax AF Day.commanding officer, and major installation commander Ahavath Chesed, will be guest and a crash-fire demonstration every is

moved into its second week, I preacher at the 0930 servicein set for 1500..

with military personnel of All Saints' Chapel. The Navy's ham radio operatorswill
Pilot To Forecaster Service Auxiliary Chaplain to Jewish -
some 15 Navy activities in personnel of the Armed be on hand to handle mes-
sages, free of charge, for dispatchto
the area plus civilian friendsof
,
Forces in this area, Rabbi Lef-
friends and relatives in the
the Navy, asked to con Gives Aviators Giant Assist kowitz is endorsed by the Na- continental United States and
tribute. tional Jewish Welfare Board
u_ . overseas.
"Jax Metro, this is Air and by the Department of
If the Jacksonville I
Auxiliaryof new weather transmitting and Plenty of refreshment stands
Force 39871, Over Thisis Defense.
the Relief Society is to meet receiving equipment installed will dot the area, with proceeds
Air Force 39871 He also teaches studies in
its anticipated requirements dur- ; request aboard the Station over a month going to N a v y Relief Society.
present weather and Religion at Jacksonville Uni-
ing the year, at least $30,000 will latest your ago, assists pilots in providing Ample parking space will be
weather at Sanford and versity.
be needed, officials have revealed.. Miami; Over." necessary weather information. (Please turn to Page 8, CoL 2))

Each command within structureof Words similar to these
very Acording to Comdr. James *x. Sri l S '' G4 r.rxRKiF
the campaign is conductingits are heard two to three times Mullins, Weather Service Officer, iJf.
own drive, wtth each estab- every hour at the N AS Jax NAS Jax is only the third major
lishing a "one's fair share giving weather service at Operationstower. Naval Air Station to be equip-
guide" for use during this funds .
ped with the service. NAS Whid-
appeal. THE ANSWER is then returned bey Island and NAS Minneapoliswere .Rr sy5:

The Navy Relief Society is a including all weather inform- first to receive the equip- v

private organization whose purpose ation requested by pilots flyingin ment.
is to assist in times of need, North Florida and South
IT CONSISTS of 20-watt
members of the Naval service I Georgia within a couple hundred a
and their dependents, and dependents I miles of Jacksonville. audio sending and receiving

of deceased members. i "Pilot-to- recaster service. ," (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 5)I)


U Jet Record Holder/ Son Of Local ManAir I t. 1 *

Force Capt. George Ed- t *
695.127 mph set over a similar While in his teens he traveled "*,
wards Jr., son of Jax O&R
pro- course in July. 1955, by a Navy 39 miles to take private flying "
duction control man George Ed- A4D-1. lessons, .and after securing a pi- ., "Lt.Jt.

wards, last month flew a Mc- The proud father, who has lot's license owned a small plane. ___

donnell RF-101 "Voodoo" jet been an employee at NAS Jax After graduating from high schoolin "
for 15 claims his son's t..;
plane to a new official world's years his native Crossville, Tenn., .
latest triumph is no real surprise, he attended the U. of Tennessee. :... <.
speed record of 816.279 mph overa t tI
that he's been enamoured with During the Korean War, he
measured 500 kilometer
course. planes and flying since he was joined the Air Force, subsequently ii

f The Tactical Air Command, five years old. completing more than 100
announcing the record at the Awarded the Distinguished combat missions. Married and I

World Congress of Flight, reported Flying Cross for a daring com- the father of two children, 29- ...., ._'n. .n. ....... "# .-
the Shaw AFB, S. C. pilot bat photographic mission over year-old Capt. Edwards is quotedby "PRESENT WEATHER" Condition at Jax terminal fair
flew 321 miles over a closed Korea in an unarmed plane, his father as saying he "could wind velocity, 10 mph.; direction, westerly. Temperature, 93,"
course from Edwards AFB, Calif., Capt. Edwards started making never quit flying after he had says Larry Hester AG3 as he supplies weather' information to a
pilot 100 miles away via voice radio transmitter recently installed -
beating the former record of model child. "
airplanes
as a once learned. at NAS Jax Weather Office.





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Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS II May 1959



dH -& Attack Squadron 44 Officers, Enlisted Men I



acbo 1Kls. We Present 'Adoption' Papers To 76 Youths

C apt. nuatt: W. Parish Jr. .... .. Commanding Officer
Cfcpt.: Gnyiton Weber................?................._.............,... .................. Executive Officer -
Six ZlMt' Ate Jackwrnvnu: 44 formally extended
Rear Adm. Kenneth Crl __._........._..................-.-.............. ......... Commander Officers and men of Attack Squadron mind and sore muscles trying to
dipt. Gtorce J\. Luker ... .... .......... ...... .. hief of Staff ralrJaz the hands of Whelp and friendship to 76 youths at the
Oapt MMpbcnoa WWiami ...-....-.......-........-......-..............H.,...-..-........-Chief of Staff./NAB Six last Monday in official"adoption" keep up with the youngsters.
Association
Jacksonville Boys' Home
Fleet Air
WIng Elerea
CarlL Donald. Macintosh ._M............................. ................................................ Commander ceremonies.THE As a finale to the big daya
Chart U Lambing ........?................._... ............ ...................... Chief Staff OWcerCapt. McDougal added their good giant-sized picnic was laid
Naval Air Technical Training Center CEREMONIES: were set
Charles L. Moore Jr. ................ ....... ... .... .....,..........,....,.. Commanding Officer wishes to the venture and issued under the moss-covered trees
Comdr. Wilfred K. neshman ..........................,.................M.................... Executive Officercayt off at 1330 when Rear Admiral invitations to the boys to visit that adorn the school grounds.

: Alton C. Abemethy ........ .....Naval..............Hospital............ .....................?.. Commanding Officer Kenneth Craig, Commander Fleet the Air Station at any time. Great quantities of hot' dogs and
Capt. John G. Feder _.. ......... .?........,.. ............... ....... ..... .. Executive Officer Air Jacksonville and Commander
NARTV Following the official cere- soft drinks were consumed
Capt. F. Holt .. .... ....... .. ,.. Commanding Officer Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval
Oomdr. William J:. Hardy ..,.................................?..... .. .. .._... ... Executive Officer District, and VA-44 commanding monies, a special movie depictingscenes The feelings of the boys was
of underwater swimmingand perhaps best described by one
officer Comdr. Clifford Mc-
Printed commercially with non-approplated funds In Jacksonville. Florida underwater movies are youngster who the
how ,
at no expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-88 Dougal arrived by helicopter before as buses
.Rev. July 1958. Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel made, was'shown by Lcdr. Char- were leaving, held on to a young
f Fleet Air ranks of
Jacksonville. Naval Air Station. Naval Air Technical Training drawn-up young
"ani Center Hospital.Fleet Air WiDe 11 Naval Air Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. boys and their "fathers." les Hooper, officer-in-charge of seaman's hand and said quietly

Service Information Officer ......... Comdr. Lewis F. Kellerman Official adoption papers were the Photo Lab.Following "I'm sure glad I'm in this home.
Assistant Service Information Officer ... .. Andrew H. Planey the movie the boys At the other one I lived at the
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters .Alba Paterson; Ron Davis, AN; presented to two youngsters
Gene Hagan, JOSA. Staff Photographer-Joseph O'Brien, PII3. aged five, by chief petty officer and their Navy escorts adjournedto sailors never came around.
The Jax Air News is a member of tee Armed ForPresa Service. hour-long
to an
Material appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is Steve Earner, who originally con- the pool see I
given. Photographs, unless otherwise credited are official U. S. Navy Photo- demonstration of swimming and'
fjraphs. ceived the adoption idea.
Editorial offices located in Room 230. Main Administration Building. Phone Before the assembled crowd the use of skin-diving equipmentby
stmsions SIM. 660. m or HI.WhyShouldYou. Rico Browning and Miss Betty I, / r0J'MLrYnMoQ
and distinguished guests, Earner
presented a framed certificate Frazee of Silver Springs. rj
Contribute FROM THE pool the entire
which, in his words, insures a
)life long friendship between group moved to the ball park,
To Navy Relief Society? members of the squadron and the basketball ,court and various FROU

the Boys' Home." other athletic games, and squadron HERE AND THERE
Rumors can sink a ship!
members gained peace ofwK.vxw
ADMIRAL Craig and Comdr.
Breathes there an American citizen who did not hear Jack: "When, I was born, my

the above .. ........ family was and had
phrase uttered reportedly during World War II and ; p rysw.p.Ka: : .K. ::+.v so poor so

the Korean War. Rumors certainly can sink a ship! Rumorscan Prk many kids already they didn't

do damage. Rumors are ugly and have no place in thedignity know what to name me. So they

of .the military.Yet / wrote 500 names on slips of

it is rumors we must overcome in order to be suc- ; paper and drew one out of a hat

cessful in many of our programs and projects. Whenever we and up until I was 16 every-

in the military establishment get involved in a fund raising : body called me 6 7/8."

project it is almost a foregone conclusion that we hear .

rumors. They go something like this: A young lad was walking
"I HEAR FROM SO AND SO, who knows a friend who j.'b: through the fields with the

has a close relative that. this agency doesn't need all that daughter of a neighboring farmer

money. They throw it away and have no idea what they are I when he turned to her and said,

doing." "You see that cow over there

Or: "I have a buddy who went to the agency for help with the little calf? Look how

and they almost threw him out. He didn't get any help, butI she's kissing him. I'd like to do
know of about a dozen guys who didn't have as much a that, too."

right to help as he and they walked out of there with a Farmer's Daughter: "Go ahead.It .
fist full of "
money. isn't my cow.
And so it goes. Before the drive gets underway, rumor .

mongers are at work, making things difficult. After the handsome and popular
Not even such an outstanding relief organization as the movie star had walked throughthe

Navy Relief Society can escape these rumors. Many a human lobby several times, a pretty
interest story might be told of the cases interviewed by the young girl stopped him and

Navy Relief Society personnel, were it not only .for the asked: "Are you looking for a
confidential nature in which they are held, in order to protect particular person?"

the individual seeking aid. This itself is a commendationfor "Yes," he answered.
organization dealing with human
any problems. "Well, I'm very particular/

THERE ARE DEFINITE REASONS why one person was A'_ ,"..-,,,.'.'., ",,' .... : ; ... < she replied.
loan .wcaa. .l B.aa4.w;: JWI.:::>>: a.-> ;
granted and
a or a gratuity, another was not. Beloware
A BOYS' BIG DAY *
Listening to one of a thousand
typical wherein loans questions -
anonymous cases or grants were
'
asked
by boys at the
Jacksonville' Boys' Home is Rico Two businessmen were discuss-
made, and some wherein they were disapproved.There Browning of Silver Springs as Rear Admiral Kenneth Craig
and
was the case of an enlisted man and his wife who (center) Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville and Commander ing the merits of chicken
had two children. The wife was hospitalized for four months. Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District, and Betty Frazee of turkey over lunch. Finally one
Child care had to be furnished by the serviceman's mother Silver Springs look on. The question period took place at the turned to the waiter and said:
Home during Adoption Day, sponsored by VA-44 last "George what kind of a bird
and others. The wife was in a wheel chair that had not been Monday. ,
paid for. Family finances were depleted by expenses for do you like best?"

medical and child care. The family was living in substandard Abuse Of Customs-Free "Well, sir," said the waiter,
"I like most kind. But the
housing. Navy Relief arranged a move to a public housing any
project and granted a gratuity of $167.50, with $46.69 going Gifts one I like best is the American"
for rent and $120.90 got the wheel chair. Causing Concern eagle served on a silver dollar.

ANOTHER CASE WHICH WAS approved involved a I

man, his wife and five children.. The wife was enroute to Navy and Marine Corps personnel are being; urged to Outside Of Rate
Jax from Alabama to meet her husband on arrival of his use care in complying with regulations governing customs-
Car broke down before free gifts transported to this country.
ship. reaching Pensacola. The wife ..
started from Pensacola but the car broke down again before A Public Law of Congress Pro Pay EspiedIf
reaching Jax. On arrival she was in desperate straits. permits servicemen and womento and ships' stores in foreign areas

She appealed to Navy Relief and the Society granteda send by mail bona-fide giftsto are shipping mail-order' mer- DOD approves, the Navy

loan of $175 for rent, food, utility deposits, and incidentals the United States, duty free, chandise to purchasers 'in U. S. will make pro-pay payments to
related to getting the family settled. The enlisted man is to to a value of 50 dollars. ONav- Customs areas with Form 427 special duty enlisteds-to sail-

repay the loan by allotment of $17.50 per month for 10 Inst. 5840.1A outlines this law in attached. ors working outside their rating
IT'S ALSO been specialties-for the next fiscal
months.In full.THE reported that
a case that was dissapproved an enlisted man requested BILL is due to expire American and foreign civilians year.
a loan "to meet pressing bills. When questioned about soon, but sources believe Con- and commercial shippers are Chief of Naval Personnel, Vice

the bills, he said "They were for things I bought a few gress will extend the law, thatis making use of Form 427 and the Admiral H. P. Smith, expects

months ago." Finally it was discovered that he was being if violations do not continue. military mail system to gain free Secretary of Defense to approve

high-pressured for $56, over four payments, 'for skindiving Many usurpations have been entry and favorable postal rates. such payments, which would go

equipment. The man was seeking assistance for non-essen reported recently. Among the Other violations of this law include to instructors, recruiters, ord-
nance disposal experts and the
complaints are: military person- military personnel shipping
tials.NAVY RELIEF ASSISTANCE was dissapproved in a nel abroad are attaching DD articles covered by Form 427 like, for fiscal 1960.

case of an enlisted man requesting a loan of $150 for medical Form 427-"Customs Declarationand while visiting abroad on leave, Defense officials, testifying before -

expenses for maternity care for his wife whose mother, Certificate for Bona Fide I and military postal personnel accepting I the House appropriations

desired civilian medical care. This assistance was not apt Gifts"-to shipments of mer- I parcels for shipment unless subcommittee, stated that 1960
proved. Where medical facilities and services are availableat chandise being sent to friends the appropriate forms are budget plans include 41,558 Navy

military installations, these facilities are to be utilized. and relatives for safekeeping, attached, regardless of circum- pro-pay promotions with 40,296
going to the P-l ($30
Such assistance cannot be granted by the Navy Relief Society not as gifts. stances. step
P-2
increases and 1262
for civilian- medical facilities unless there is a good Also, military personnel abroadare Admiral Arleigh Burke, Chiefof monthly) ,
($60
advances.
reason for not utilizing the military facility purchasing and mailing mer- NavaJ Operations, has warned Next monthly) examinationswill

You'can help combat ugly rumors about the Navy Relief chandise to friends and relatives that "Abuse of the privilege by be given pro-pay in November, with

Society by contributing your share during the current cam who actually order and pay for a few may lose the privilege for the first fiscal 1960 payments to
paign. the articles. Some exchanges all servicemen."
take effect in January.




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Work :;. ; ClassifiedThe

( JAX Am NEWS it prohibited -

by Defense Department

UnderwayAtO&RJax regulation from listing commercial -

advertising. ,
Ads in this column are limited

to housing for rent and tale,

Major overhauls of the F4D, rooms, lost and found items 'andmiscellaneous

termed the Navy's fastest air { (such as rides

craft in gaining altitude, ha: wanted and swap in duty assignments -

replaced the S2F in interin ).
rework at the 5200 Branch As k<' LK t ) No ads are taken by phone,

sembly Division of O&R tax. all must be submitted personally

A completely new overhau or by mail. The JAX Am Nrws
edit all ad*.
to
right
program in the Navy, the NA: reserves
Deadline for ads each week It
Jax O&R branch has been assigned -
the work by Bureau of: Tuesday at 1200).

Aeronautics. This is the only For Rent

department handling this type of: Unfurn hse, kit equip, water

work in the Navy. furn. Large yd, carport. Avail.

Work of the ........ June 1. $50. mo, 5148 101 st
on a prototype < .....,::':'..:::::;:;;;;.:::::: ;:: :'N--" "" _:W.w.ww""Y"h: ; -
F4D was in progress over a year FOUR-YEAR VETERANS 32 supervisors and mechanics of 5200 Branch Assembly Division Apply 5160 SP 1-1142.
before full scale operations got of O&R Jax who were responsible for overhaul and interim rework of the S2F Grumman 3 Rms & porch, furn. $50. mo.
underway recently. Nine genera! "Tracker" from start of the now-completed project in 1955 pose with last such plane to roll out 4342 Appleton Ave, EV 9-1029.
overhauls and 64 interim i of the plant. Joseph Fagan. Branch Superintendent is fourth from the right in front row. The Large furn rm, twin beds, pri
reworks -
S2F program, transferred to Pensacola's O&R facility, is being superseded here by an F4D jet 1537 Oak St.
closets.
bath
have been processed since overhaul] program.Pensacola. phone,
. the beginning of the F4D pro i EL 6-8171.

gram February 18, 1958. I 2 Bdrm hse, kit equip, garage

The division is currently com Choir Employee Diabetic Clinic yd. Shirley ave,< Lake S h 0 r e.
I Avail June 1. EV 7-3953.
posed of approximately 250(
\ On TV SundayThe
civilian employees, including 20( 1 Bdrm unfurn: duplex, kit
supervisors and foremen. Naval Aviation Cadet Reports Early SuccessSome equip. Water furn, carport &
Choir of Pensacola
Overhaul of the new high nationally- large yd. Atlantic Beach, near
speed,.all weather Jet fighter replaced known singing group, will k be 3,000 Station employees have been checked duringthe Mayport. CH 9-2721.

the S2F Grumman Tracker guests of the Steve Allen TV current Employees' Preventive Health Program's Dia- 3 Bdrm. 2 story hse. 6 rooms,
this '
show Sunday.
recently transferred to NAE betic Detection Clinic.
2 back porches, newly painted,
two
The NavCad Choir has appeared and found to "be negative
Pensacola O&R. previously on the Ed The diabetic checkup is being hours after a meal. These peo- conv to school, bus, shop center.
Since its beginning in the conducted simultaneously with $95. mo 3538 Mayflower st, EL
,
Sullivan and Perry Como ple will be checked again in a
spring of 1955, there were 650( giving of annual chest X-rays. time. 4-6651 or EV 9-4846 after 1800.
shows and is probably best year's
twin-engine division.According Trackers. handled known for the theme music of About 1800 employees remain to When the Diabetic. Detection 1 Bc rm furn apt. $35 mo, plus
by the ? be checked for diabetes. Corinthian
util. Avail now. 2854
Navy Log. Clinic is completed, a full report
to Joseph Fagan, The 40-voice choir will be EMPLOYEES who have receivedan will be made through the Jax ave, EV 8-4235.

Branch Superintendent, major in New York City as part of X-ray elsewhere may still Air N ew '. 3 Bdrm furn hse, avail June 1.
overhauls in the former program the metropolis' Armed Forces participate in the diabetic detec- Lakeshore. EV 9-4879 after 1830.
This early story is being released -
accounted for about one-third oJ
tion by reporting to the
Day celebration. survey Foster.
to inform of suc-
the total aircraft, with 6,417 mar office of the Industrial Hygienistat persons
hours expanded plane. cess of the program. Only foul Clean trailer, lawn, on priv.
Also included per 12 modification the Main Dispensary, Building unknown diabetics were statis, corner lot. 5829 Morse Ave, off
was -
involving 5,762 mar J CPO NotesA 8. tically expected at start of thE Blanding rd. SP 1-1360.
Of the employees examined to .
hours per aircraft, and 433 in- survey with nine already have 32 ft -liberty hse trailer. 1
trim reworks, involving 2,42! special "come as you migh date, 44 were found to have sugarin ing been found. Bdrm, lid rm, kit & bath.. 28

man hours per plane. be shipwrecked" dance 'will b< their urine and were referredto It's not too late for 100 pe r awning, $60. mo, incl elect. 5829

highlight of the weekend at the private'physicians.. cent participation in this clinic Morse Ave., SP 1-1360.

"The reason those overshoe; CPO Club.Scheduled. From this number, ll were Are you a diabetic? 2 Bdrm unfurn apt. Kit equip,

.. hurt you, my child, is because for tomorrow night known diabetics, eight had ,nor- water furn, garage. 4273 Balticst

you have them on the wrong (Friday), the Shipwreck Dance mal blood sugars, while. nine "The Lion of Lucerne is c J t Ortega. EV 9-5326. '
feet. will feature fine music, novel new cases of diabetes were dis- 1 Bdrm trailer, large Fla rm,
Swiss Guardiwho
memorial to the r
decorations and special prizesfor covered. There's been no further NAS. SP 1-2685.
"But I don't have any other died defending Louis XVl near
feet." best costume or ideas of how report on the remaining 16 of the French Furn duplex apt, 1 bdrm, near
job during
from a
you might look should you be the 44. NAS. 5934 Wesconnett blvd. swim
SIXTEEN with posi- revolution." Raleigh (N.C.) 1-1106.
SP
"Have you read Webster's Dic- shipwrecked.The persons pool.
tionary?" dance will officially open tive urine tests were rechecked News and Observer. 2 to 4 rm. apts., monthly., wkly.

"No. I'm waiting for the movie." the patio season, provided it rates. 563 College St. EL 56914or

doesn't rain, and all chiefs and EL 69258For
their wives are invited. Sale
3 Bdrm, 1 bath hse by owner.
Remainder of the weekend will
SHARE INAMERICA find special music in the Harris Redwood patio, screen porch.
Room Saturday and Sunday $2300. equity. 2354 Barlad. EV
4-1830.
evenings. { d # ':L 3 Bdrm. 2 bath brick hse. Patio,
During daylight hours, the ,:, .r
: Y g rf y fl" fJ: :ig' .' Kf1(6OQY ( landscaping. Anthony, ext. 530
Patio will be in full swing. The or EV 8-7495. 7241 Ortega Hills
new wading pool for youngstersis dr.

also going full force. f4yX::!"} J
: LrE 3 Bdrm, 2 bath brick hse. Lge.
kit, din rm, Fla rm, attached
Executive Officer garage, hardwood floors. $2500 &
assume VA mortgage. 2310 Teg-

Of VA-44 LeavesAttack ner dr, EV 7-4060.

Squadron 44 bid adieuto 3 Bdrm hse, tile bath, liv rm,

its executive officer last. Sat- din rm, kit, car port. Large lot.
urday. $1,400 dn, $75.50 mo, incl insurance -

__ Dr. Russell, EV 4-4873.
w Comdr. Gordon A. Snyder'has
Large 6 rms plus utility &
A share in America means received orders to the USS Hornet -
breakfast rms, jalousied porch.
more today than ever. It's as Air Officer.
" Garage attach. 5103 Kingsbury
I not only a good investmentin Aboard the Station since Feb- ave, EV 8-8058.

the future of your coun- ruary 1958 Comdr. Snyder was 7 3 Bdrm, 2 bath hse. Avail im
officer-in-charge of Fleet All- 7407 Greenway dr,
try. It helps protect your t mediately.
Weather Training Unit before its
future providing the EV 8-3072.
by
with VA-44. I
merger Wanted v
) t
money so desperately needed ; : Riders from Lackawannaarea

to strengthen America's The visitor paid his greens fees, 0700-1530. EV 8-8351, 3203

Peace Power. fixed up a match and went out ; 1 Fitzgerald f st.

t= to the first tee. Taking his stance, kt !af 1 Rider from St. Augustineor

he made a wild swing and miss- f Ti ) Green Cove, 0700-0730 shifts.

BUY U. S. ed completely."By _' ,.'i. ,..' N'. Mrs. McGowan, Ext. 8324.
Riverside
Riders vicinity or
-
jove!" he said to his TRYING NEW WARDROBE Getting an early fitting for
the new clothing that comes with promotion to chief petty officer Murray Hill Mrs. LaPan, Ext.
SA VINGSBONDS partner. "It's a good thing I foundout ,John Roak.CSI, (left) and Jack Bankston,IC1, try on chief's 348/671. 08001630.To .
early that this course is at coats. Roak of Supply, has 17 Tears service. Bankston, youngestof Contact anyone flying or
the new chiefs, works in the Station's Telephone Office. Both 30.
lower the driving to Indianapolis May
least two inches than
are among the group of E-6s due to move up the ladder during
i .
k Crider, 8352 or EV 86424.F4D
one I usually play on. i this year.






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14 May 1959 1
NEWS
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: Charity Is Beneficiary : Navy Weather OrdersAll




Of Not New Shop SalesNeedy I I Utility 'CopterWASHINGTON II



families, local and national charities and child- (AFPS)-The 1

the Station'sNot Navy has placed a $14 million 1
ren's groups benefit from proceeds of sales at

New Shop, sponsored by Navy Wives Club No. 86. follow-on order with the Kaman
(
The shop, located between the it Aircraft Corp. of Bloomfield,

Bank and the Credit Union, is charity drives. Conn., for HU2K-1 utility heli-
CHRISTMAS, Thanksgivingand
AT
LA copters. I
open Tuesdays from 0830 to 1430 # J
Easter, baskets of food are )
The HU2K-1 is
and is operated by volunteers a high-speed,
presented to needy families,civil- all-weather ,
from the Wives Club. 'copter powered by
ian and military.In .
(
MRS. WILLIAM Joiner, Shop a General Electric T-58 gas tur-

chairman is assisted by cochairman addition, Station Brownieand bine engine and equipped with J
Boy Scout troops have received -
Mrs. Al Rose and helpers automatic stabilization equip-
support, and contributions
Mrs. James Delisi and Mrs. Jo- ment. l
toward purchase of Grey Lady
seph Page. The new Navy whirlybird has 1
uniforms for Club members have
Donations of articles, used i p.QQ retractable landing gear, a four- )

clothing, shoes, furniture and been made. ; bladed main rotor and Kaman's '
According to Mrs.Joiner, "Don'tthrow
household goods, are accepted, as servo-flap control system. ]
merchandise takenon anything away until you'vebrought It is designed to :
well as used accomplish a
it to the Not New Shop.It .
consignment on 20 per cent jT; variety of missions such as res- 1
might be worth a few coinsto
mark up.From cue, carrier plane guard, litter
a.
and great deal more to
sale of this merchandise, you evacuation, transport of exter-
someone in need.
the shop donated a record playerto NOT NEW SHOP SALE Sale Day at the Not New Shop, nally slung cargo, personnel :

the Pediatric Ward of the featuring a five-and-ten-cent variety special, was held by the transport and observation-recon-

Naval Hospital, donated $200 to Over 90 Day Shop's sponsor, Navy Wives Club No. 86 last week. Shown ap- naissance missions.A .

the National Navy Wives Club praising value of an end table, one of the many used items offered .. special feature of the HU2K1 -
for sale to gain money for charities, are, (left to right)
ward
Scholarship Fund, will be its self-contained flota-
sponsors Wait Causes Mrs. B. Toothaker and Mrs. James Tarver, with two-year-old
parties at the Hospital, and con- daughter, Karen. The Shop is open Tuesdays from 0830 to 1430. tion equipment capable of filling 1

tributes to local and national emergency flotation bags with

Rating LossVeterans gas within two seconds.
'" You Can Save Yourself .
of Naval service who '''.'''''''''W '

i. : .; .: : enlist in the Reserve stand to From Burdensome DebtIt's r.I:. .

lose from one to four rates, according i

ALL SAINT'S CHAPEL of time
to the length
well-known but often overlooked fact can't
,
a you s.bV't s.
Sunday, May 17 since their discharge.The "borrow" yourself out of debt. There is a limit on amount of l;
0930-Sunday School, three- long-standing policy of enlisting -
that' be safely borrowed.
adults in the Reserve in money may
year-olds through Bldg. men Some people continually increase -
722; Service of Divine Worship, their old rates, no matter how led Your Credit Union offers both
their debt, easily on
Chaplain Beatty. long they had been out of service low-cost loan service and a sys-
by such slogans as "Buy Now-
1100-Service of Divine Wor- is changed.If tematic means of saving while
then
Pay Later. They suddenly
ship, Chaplains Prickett and Ale a man getting out of the i find themselves insolvent.OVERBORROWING the loan is being repaid.

xander. service waits longer than six WHEN YOU need to borrow

1830-Teen-age Fellowship,, months after discharge to join means money again, your savings are
Small Chapel; Senior-Hi Fellow. the Reserves, he's bound to lose small take-home pay with per- available as collateral. Eventually -
722. his rating. haps not enough money left for
ship, Bldg.
,
will
your savings amount to
1930 United Fellowship o f As an example, an E-7 enlisting necessities of life. It can also
more than you owe and you may
Protestants, Bldg. 722. between six months and mean no money for life insuranceand ( '
honestly say you're solvent.At .
for educational needs of the
ST.EDWARD'S CHAPEL three years after discharge will

Sunday, May 17 have to drop to E-6. Between children. the Credit Union, you receive -

0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass. three and five years, he will be The only way to get out of free life insurance on your. ji"N.y.w.::;" ....... m.W..,...__A.c"'m.; ......

ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL taken in as an E-5, and so on. "hock" is to save a portion of savings as well as an annual SUPPLY Employee-oMhe.

Sunday,May 17 each pay check. Insolvency and dividend. You also benefit from month is William C. Williams

0630-Sunday Mass.0930Protestant "Five Arrested In Empty bankruptcy thrive on those who loan protection insurance which of Disposal Division.Williams .

Divine Serr- House."-Portland (Ore.) Ore-,I fail to make allowance for sucha cancels your loan balance in

ice. gonian. reserve fund. event of death or permanent Garners I
1 disability.


I I CHEMIS=t Precedent I savings Many members estate by create depositing a life Supply Employee


GIRL BREAKS ICE HEREFor borrowed money in their share Award For May

accounts. In case of death, the
the first time in 11
loan balance is canceled and sav- to WilliamC.
a female chemist is em- Congratulations go
years, ings up to one thousand dollars flame
ployed at NAS Jax O & R are doubled Williams, leadingman
NAS
chemical laboratory. cutter, Disposal Division of
IF YOU wish to arrange for a Department, chosen
Jax Supply
,, Besides being attractive, the
loan, simply submit an application uS ply Personality of theMonth"
only distaff chemist aboard the up
to the Credit Committee for for May for outstanding
Station seems to Uk now her
chemicals." approval. When your loan is performance of duties.

granted, obtain the
you may
SARAH Hart, a graduate of money promptly. Williams possesses vast tech-

s Duke University with a Bachelorof nical knowledge of metals and
W Your
::. Credit Union again re- through
Science degree in chemistry, minds scrap material, gained
was employed aboard the Station *you that it's impossible 50 years experience in the boiler-
to borrow
yourself out of debt.
two weeks ago.: She had previously With making, welding and cutting
a well-planned CU loan-
; been working at a commercial fields.
savings program, however, you
; laboratory downtown. can SAVE yourself out of debt. This has been an invaluableasset

Another unusual characteristicis The office is located in Building to him in performing his

that Miss Hart's father, Charlie 39, near the bank and post of- duties as supervisor of the scrap

Hart, has been employed at NAS 5't 5'c fice. Hours are 1100 to 1500 and 'salvage section of the Dis-

Jax O&R for'many years, and is weekdays. posal Division.He i I I

'now a superintendent in Assembly .5 5' has developed numerous I

Division. New Sgt. Maj. Selected' methods and mechanical aids to

INCLUDED among her many improve efficiency and safety in

duties as a chemist at O&R is By Corps Commandant the handling of scrap materials,

examining and analysing various rk n I Sergeant Major Francis D. and no job is ever too difficult or

t metals and electroplating solu- 15' Rauber has been named 'by the too big for him to handle.

tions, a metal coating of chrome, ....,,<"<....:.... } '- '6 Marine Corps- Commandant. -nn__________, Gen.. Williams, who first startedwork
nickel or zinc. =Sh; Randolph McC. Pate, to succeed apprentice
WOMAN CHEMIST? Hart, only female chemist in 1907 as an
employed aboard the Station checks flask containing dilutionof Sgt. Maj. Wilbur Bestwick in the boilermaker, began his civilian

fuel oil for traces of gasoline, one of her many duties at the I Corps' top enlisted post. career in 1932 at the PhiladelphiaNaval

work. is done by correspondence. NAS Jax O&R Laboratory. Holding a degree in chemistry, she Presently serving as sergeant Shipyard. After service at
is the second member of her family employed there. Dad Charlesis
doesn't
This necessarily mean
major of
the Shipyardat
supervisor in another division of O&R Department.it Fleet Marine Force the Portsmouth Naval
out-of-town or off-station cor- Pacific in Hawaii, Rauber will' Norfolk, he transferred to

respondence, however. then becomes her responsibilityto 'i aboard the Station, although I assume duties as the Marine NAS Jax in 1946.

Many inquiries come from make a survey of the problemand there are many smaller labs, not Corps' Sergeant Major this summer -

other Station units, such as Public to advise the writer of the quite as adequately equipped.A I City Girl: "Whisper somethingsweet

Works Department. Once Miss steps to be taken or avoided. native of Jacksonville, she Sgt. Maj. Bestwick,/will be assigned to me"Backwoo

Hart receives these queries of THE LAB for which this young was graduated from Lee High to FMFPac, Hawaii, for Boy: "MarshmalI I

chemical and metallic problems, chemist works is the main one School. duty. low fluff." I

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14 Mar 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Page 5

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--, Importance Of CD Not Realized
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11 qji JJ will'

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Foundation Of Our Nation's'Civil .

: . ,!J1lJJINti:$:

Births at the Naval Hospital: p F Defense Is In HomesThe

April 17-boy, Randy Craig, to
Richard Prothero, HM1, and Mrs. ( ninth in a series on the National Plan for Survival and

Prothero; boy, Stephen David, to Defense in case of attack or other emergency. Just how the individual -

SP5 and Mrs. Peter Brice; girl,. fits into the overall picture will be covered.)

Gretchen Dawn, to Sherman If the problems of civil defense planning and preparation are

Stamps, QM1, and Mrs. Stamps; squarely faced, a nuclear assault upon this nation can be, survived.

girl, Murttce Doreen, to George ., m; :'.. THE HOUSE Government Operations Committee warned
r: ,,.
Brown, AC2, and Mrs. Brown, ,"(. ., .:' recently that "inadequacy" 0 f American civil defense compared -

and boy, Ronald Edward, to .:>.::: :::. ... :.:Z I ,:: .:. .' with Russia's civil defense gives Russia an "enormous ad-
Gerald Nolan, SN, and Mrs. vantage" over us in event of nuclear war.
.
Nolan. I II I We lack full preparedness against attack despite the tremendous

April -girl, Barbara Jean, to amount of money spent, time consumed, and technical accuracy of

Hugh Hollis, GM3, and Mrs. Hoi- data prepared for public consumption.Since .

lis; baby boy, to Jack Washmon, the foundation of civil defense is the home, family, and

BMC, and Mrs. Washmon; girl, the individual, there is no doubt who should take initial steps to

Taryn Marie, to Raymond She- jj'f. : provide basic security and protection.ANY .
.
;
manski, AM2, and Mrs. Shemanski >' THREAT to our national security should become a matter

... .. ., ,,, . ,, ,,,, .. of consider civil defense information :-
; boy, Randy Stephen, to Ro- ':;;' :: :':':': :":"': : :} <;" ; ';s.: :-<; paramount concern, yet many people
bert Isley, USN, Ret. and Mrs. TOT'S WADING POOL The "younger set" now has a and training unimportant and fail to recognize its vital
Isley, and girl, Teri Ann, to Lt swimming pool to itself with opening of a wading pool at the role in U. S. safety. I
CPO Club. The new tank, which measures 15 by 30 feet opened /
(jg) and Mrs. William Boguslawski. fay 1. This is the second wading pool on the Station the other Federal, state, county and local authorities are'exploring every
for small fry at the Officers' Club. Under construction at Pool means to effect maximum protection. They make all information

April 19-boy, Richard Ronald, weeks.FAWII 417, a. third child's pool is expected to open in the next few available and urge the citizenry to utilize it. ,

to Edward Jemmott, AN, and The Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization is accelerating its

Mrs. Jemmott;( girl, Ruby Marieto program to develop a portable. radiation dose-rate meter for in-

James Rutherford, ET1, and Commodore Movrn'gTo dividual and family use. I
:Mrs. Rutherford; boy, Constantine The meter will be designed to aid the householder in selectingthe

James, to James Kalis, ACW3, Federal .Aviation OfficeCapt. safest area in his home or shelter when fallout is present; it will
and Mrs. Kalis, and girl, Grace be useful in measuring radiation outside the shelter.IT .

Theresa, to Ronald Richoux, Donald E. Macintosh, I IS NOT, however, intended to replace the standard radio-
ADR3, and Mrs. Richoux. Commander Fleet Air Wing 11, (CAB), and certain air traffic logical survey meters used by trained CD personnel.
control functions of the of
has been ordered to the Federal Dept. I Information and instructions needed
April 20-boy, Robert Neil, to Defense. by the householder will be
Arlo Todd, DC2, and Mrs. Todd; Aviation Agency in June as I provided by'authorities when the meter is perfected and ready for
girl, Dawn Ann, to Richard Her- Deputy Director of the Office of First administrator of the FAAis distribution.The .

degren, A03, and Mrs. Herde- International Cooperation.The Elwood "Pete" Queseda, retired Wall Street Journal recently reported that "civil defense

gren; girl, Donna Marie, to President signed Senate Air Force general. officials are mulling a plan to put atomic bomb sirens in every

Lloyd Dykes, CS1, and Mrs. Bill 3880 into' law last August, The Office of International Co- home. The squealing devices, costing about $3 to $5 each, would beset

Dykes; girl, Mary Kathleen, to proclaiming the Federal AviationAct ordination, to which Capt. Mac- off by signals fed through electric power lines.

I I I Thomas Riley, CSC, and Mrs. of 1958.It intosh will be assigned, is one THE FOREGOING examples of Civil Defense research and

Riley, and boy, Joe Jerald, to consolidates, modernizes and of the most important offices of planning show concert they feel for the safety and survival of the

i Joe McDowell, ET3, and Mrs. repeals the Civil Aeronautics of the Federal Aviation Agency. civilian populace.
McDowell. 1957. For every dangerous element
I there is a counteracting agent.
April 21-baby boy, to Robert The law establishes a Federal p {y r.x
Van Meter, SN, and Mrs. Van Aviation Agency (FAA) Into Science has brought these ele-
Meter; girl, Andrea Lee ments under control and we enjoy -
to Elton which will be consolidated func-
Largent, USN/Ret., and Mrs. tions of the present Civil Aeron- added advantages in our
Largent; girl, Sheila Marie,' to autics Administration (CAA) and daily lives because of scientific

Buell Griffin, RM1, and Mrs. Airways Modernization Board research.

Griffin; girl, Kathleen Patricia, (AM), the Air Traffic rule and Civil defense authorities are
'
to Noel Reynolds, MAl, and Mrs. Safety rule-making functions and v perfecting counteracting measuresfor

Reynolds; girl, Cynthia Anne, to airspace allocation function of every dangerous situation and
Thomas Horgan, AE3, and Mrs. the Civil Aeronautics Board providing information and meansto
rforgan; boy, David Jr., to David ;&t institute them. The only ingredient -

Consonery, AN, and Mrs. Con- Four Top Photographic missing in their recipefor

sonery, and baby girl, to Rich- ContestFour survival is full public partici-
Experts Judge
ard Shuck, CN, and Mrs. Shuck. pation and cooperation.
of the nation's top photo-
April 22-girl, Leslie Renee, to
graphic and art have
experts accepted -
Irvin Cehrs, A02, and Mrs.
invitation to serve as .. Service Awards
Cehrs; boy, Gregory Patrick, to
judges for the Eighth Interservice -
Austin Rourke, FN, and Mrs.
Photography Contest Marine
A
Given
Rourke, and boy, Richard Gale, Corps Headquarters announcedthis EmployeesLongevity
to Wilton Hall, AN, and Mrs. '
week. service awards were
Hall.
Judging contest finals will be: f recently awarded to 16 civilian
.April James Lee Jr. ,
23-boy
Miss Louise Dahl Wolfe of Harp- s employees at NAS Jax O & R
to James Smith TN and Mrs.
,
er's Bazaar; Irving Desfor, AP Dept.
Smith; boy, Scott Francis, to
Newsfeatures Ivan Dmitri color
; James Burroughs and Clifford
George Carlson, SK2, and Mrs.
Carlson, and boy, Patrick David, photography expert, and Jacob -.......--.......--. McCarthy were presented pins
Kainen, of Smithsonian Ins itu- William Mitchell, for five years of government
to John Newcome, EN1, and Mrs. NEW SERGEANT MAJOR Lt. Col. P.
Newcome. tion.The (right) commanding officer of Marine Air Detachment, held service.
I Marines are host for the meritorious mast for Leland Lyons recently. Lyons was pro- Nine employees receiving ten-
contest this year, which will be moted to Marine E.9 status, effective from March 5. Sgt. MaJ.
! "Well, bless my wool said Lyons has been at NATTCenter for 14 months. He's the first year awards were Covington
held at the Marine Barracks 8th
the ram as he} plunged over the man at the Training Center to reach the top enlisted rate in the Barrett, Hilliard Langley, Olen
and Eye Sts., Washington, D.C. Marine ,
cliff. "I didn't see that ewe Corps.cal Tate, Peter Groh, Leslie May,
turn." Donald White, Wilfred Kidder,
Ben Smithwick and Samuel

Staff I GOOD CARE HINDERS CAR WOES I Starkes.
Air News
Arthur
I I While Scarborough and
If had to call your local
you
Has troubles topped the list of before their cars finally quit al- Annie Williams have been em-
OpeningsIt's auto repairman for emergency ployed 15 years, government
service calls, followed by tiresin together. They were probably
personnel scarcity timeat service at any time during the a close second, ignition sys- wasting gas, too. service by Vance Doyle, Roger
the Jax Air News! of with the of' Priest and Jessie Smith has exceeded
past year, you're just one tem trouble undoubtedly accounted "This, along cost
This publication, one of the 60,497,000 motorists who were for the greatest inconvenienceon emergency service, makes lack of 20 years.

outstanding Armed Forces faced with the same dilema in the part of the customer."IN attention to the ignition system The awards were presented individually -
papers, is in need of qualified 1958. A NUMBER of cases it was doubly expensive," continues. i by Capt. Thomas B.

military personnel who havea ACCORDING to AAA, there probably necessary .to take the .Galster. Haley, NAS Jax O&R Officer.
flair for writing, reportingand were* 8,367,000 calls on ignition car back to the garage to get "TO HELP minimize this
meeting the public.It system complaints. This accounted ) the engine running properly This problem we repeat our recom- "My doctor told me I had to

would be worth your for 13.83% of all service calls. represents time and money for mendations on ignition service: have an operation, but I couldn't
while to check into this op- the car owner and it's usually ((1) Have the engine tuned peri- afford it. So he did the next best
portunity. This can be a shot I Commenting upon significanceof something which could have been odically; ((2)) have the spark plugs thing: he touched up my X-ray
I
in the arm for your future. these statistics, which increasedby miles I .
avoided with proper care at the serviced at least every 5,000 pictures.
Contact the editor in Room nearly one million since 1957, right time. and ((3)) have the spark plugs .

230, Administration Building, George M. Galster, service man- "Most motorists whose cars replaced every 10,000 miles. "I hear your father-in-law has
extensions 8164 or 216. Be ager of a national spark plug suffered ignition system failure This preventive maintenancecan cut you out of his will"'That's

transferred into an interesting company, had this to say: were undoubtedly experiencingpoor more than pay for itself in all right. I'm teachinghim

position. "Although battery and electri- engine performance long the long run." how to shoot dice."

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I U. S. Military Might Provides Force For World PeaceThe t ?: Ky .k


I
free world in 1959 has 1960: zation and new vessels are com- wings at the end of 1960, a reduction h

tensions greater than any in The Army will continue to pleted. of three from FY '59.

years past. support 14 divisions and 23 other Particular attention is given to This will be offset by further 4, yS -0 ikirw

To achieve peace, the United major units, including four mis- building a strong antisubmarine modernization of inventory with .

States seeks to prevent war at sile commands, eight battle warfare force. all-weather Century-series air- : 4 +f'

any place and in any dimension.The groups and three field artillery The Marine Corps will continue craft.

power for peace is U.S. defense -I missile groups (heavy). to support three divisionsand The SAC's global striking

honored May 16 by. Armed The Navy will continue to operate three air wings. It will also force will continue to be strength-.

Forces Day. 864 active ships, 389 of activate additional battalions ened by deliveries of B-52 bombers -

This is the complexion of our them warships. Combat effectiveness equipped with Hawk guided mis- and KC-135 jet tankers. The

deterrent forces as envisaged by of forces afloat will be sub- siles. B-58 supersonic bomber will also With TheToastmasters

President Eisenhower for fiscal stantially increased as moderni- The Air Force will have 102EFFICIENCY be made operational. (AFPS)



Navy's Bullpup 4 .' Nurse Corps.

The 264th meeting of Navy


Now On Duty #k }::ktiti1S:,'${: \Has Birthday Jax held Thursday Officers Toastmasters night. Moe Moes-was

sner conducted table topics,

CelebrationIn "Gestures By Prexy." Dick

With Carriers Blankenship was toastmaster.Bill .
honor of the 51st birthdayof
Mitchell talked on "The
The Bullpup"an air-to-surface the Navy Nurse Corps, nursesat "
Traffic Blocker. Curt Kretzsch-
guided missile, has become operational the Naval Hospital here en- :
y.tst., : I mann gave the lowdown on nam-
with the fleet. tertained the Staff and their
ing of ships with "With DownTo
The Navy said the powerdriven wives at a cocktail-buffet party the Sea in Ships"Gene

solid propellant missile is last night at the Officers' Club.A .
Guazzo closed
intended for close-in air suport giant birthday cake com- speaking
of the meeting with
against small targets such as pill- memorating May 13, 1908, when portion "
Hurricanes.
boxes, convoys, bridges and rail- the Nurse Corps officially became "Hunting '
road tracks.It part of the Navy Medical De- Birb Collum was master evaluator -

included in Clancy Rich, Mac Bailey
partment, was the
represents the first strictly <7 '#v:}k.rhS s nat4 Ar:;$ : sk:
yq5 celebration. and Fritz Hellings were individual -
air-to-surface guided missile to g
join the fleet. Although the original Nurse evaluators.

Navy guided missiles Corps had but 20 members sta- Welcomed as a new memberswas
now operational -
include four distinct tioned at the Hospital in Wash- Wayne House. Guests included -

types: the Sidewinder and Spar- ington, D. C., since then Navy Michael Scholl, Bruce

III air-to-air Nurses have served in hospitalsand Wally, Paul Kerrigan, Bobo Web
row ( ); the Terrier
dispensaries in the United and John Lawson.
and Talos (
surface-to-air); the *
Regulus I (surface-to-surface), States and overseas at Navy and
Speaking of the Thurs-
Marine Corps installations. program

and now the Bullpup (airtosurface ......_.. ,,_ ,,,,,, ,._ ,,, ,,, of MARNAV Club
meeting
'" "" '" .w.' .y 'm ). They served aboard hospital
PAYS OFF For her part in designing a 2280 was headed by District Gov-
and
The attack aircraft carrier Lex- "transmitial approval letter" form that trimmed time and labor ships transports during two ernor-Elect Don Muller with a

ington, now enroute from Ala-I off this operation, Mrs. Frances Stephens clerkstenographerin world wars, and by 1942 num- speech entitled "Death of a'
meda, Calif., to the western office of Resident Officer-in-Charge of Construction was bered more than 11 thousand.
Pacific is awarded a beneficial suggestion check. Above, Capt. J. Henry Presently there are 42 Nurse Queen," a very moving description -
the first ship to get the Etter, NAS Jax Public Works Officer, presents check to Mrs. I Corps officers stationed at the Jax of the burning of the French
new missile. The
Navy has slated Stephens. .
Naval Hospital. luxury }Jiner Normandy.Paul
the Mayport-based carrier Sara- Underwood gave his No.

toga to get them soon. "The Big Lie." Dick
7 speech on
Women Voters i "By a Vatican revision, Pope
Bullpup will be launched from League Pius XII was the 262st pope. Murphy gave his beyond basic

the Lexington's FJ-4B Fury jet This is in answer toa number training speech No. 1 on 'The
Will Assist Servicemen Toastmaster." Dick was also pre-
aircraft. The Navy said the Furycan of inquiries about some accounts merit
sented with a certificate of
five of the saying he was the 262nd.-As-
carry missiles.
Washington (AFPS-Would) you like to know the straight sociated Press. for completion of basic trainingby

The IJullpup is unique in that facts before you cast your ballot in state and local elections Muller. .
t it carries two flares which "You Too, Can Be The Master
enable; back home? Do you want factual, non-partisan information The best ten years of a woman'slife the
pilots to visually keep it in line about issues and candidates? between 35 and 36. of Your Own World" was
throughout the nation.It are theme of Russ Smith's presentation -
of sight, under command con- If so, the League of Women
is a non-profit organizationwhich on ichthyology. Jim Wood
trol, until it hits the target. Voters stands ready to help you. "The Evils of Toll
seeks to stimulate interestin spoke on
Next the will
year, League pro-
Described as a relatively inex- informed voting and good Roads."
government
vide this kind of information on j.
pensive and highly accurate non- the congressional elections also. A lively and humorous table

nuclear weapon, the Bullpup will THE LEAGUE is organizedat Before primaries and elections, topics session was conducted by

allow pilots to attack from higher three levels-local, state and the various league units issue Paul LeBlanc.. .

altitudes than before, thus national. Every state has an pamphlets or bulletins giving Navy Civilian Toastmasters
facts about issues and candidates.If .
avoiding enemy small arms fire organization, and there are local you would like to have one of eagerly await the "big debate"

and anti-aircraft fire. units in many communities' these before the next primary or next Tuesday at Cumberland

elections is held back home, Community Center at 1900.

the league will supply it if one The question to be resolved is:

p is available. "Should the United States Con-

tinue Its Farm Support Program."
_ REQUESTS for such inform-
+ a will
S Taking the affirmative stand
yp ation should go to local units
be Ken Scales Bill Clearman and
where I ,
..
they exist. Otherwise they .F ',
Bill Clark. Debating the negative
should
to the
go proper state #
office. +. point of view will be Ezra Batte,
.>,. >
; John Lindberg and Walt StanuLAt
Addresses of state offices will ,fj. f) Tuesday night's session at
be found in future months
on
'sR'ktko..kiya + Karl Hellenthal's Restaurant five
some bulletin boards at military
speeches highlighted the educa-
establishments.If .
-Sts: ,1 tion'progrm. Bill Purcell pointedout
:::}}}}4..0
you have the address of your the need for better traffic

I\ state or local league, send your
j: control in his "Duval County's
request direct. Be
sure to includea "
,;.n pi i' Traffic Situation; Lawton Green
stamped, self-addressed }
en- chastised the Supreme Court in

velope.If his talk on "Do We Need Con

j jf' you do not have the address K stitutional Amendment;" L e s

ask one of your friendsor : Comee provided food for thought

relatives back home to pass wy with "Why Water Heaters Die

your request along for you'When Young;" John Will and Bill Clark
;' ':ShL7 I you write, explain what you want
c4 ? %' delivered their Icebreakers.
and enclose a stamped, self-ad- *
t
: Handling the reins as Toastmaster -

dressed enveolpe.ASK & for the evening was Andy

: THAT your request and ?. ...J... ..fI.u-'...._Iar ...01 Planey, with T. A. Wilkinson as

BIT OF REMEMBRANCE Chief petty officer Richard the envelope be forwarded to the ARGENTINIAN Screen Table Topics chairman and Jun-

Stubbs, (right) Is presented initialed brief case on behalf of proper unit of the league. If your beauty Isabel Sarli comes from ior Teske as master evaluator.Individual .
VA-44 personnel by chief Robert Day during retirement ceremonies friend or relative does not have quite a bit south of the border speech critics were

held for Siubbs. The veteran chief recently departed to the address, the chamber of com- where she was a box office Max Suter T. A.
E. K. McHrath
ihe Fleet Reserve after 22 years Naval service. Comdr. C. A. Mc- merce or public library probablywill smash. She certainly should be ,
Dougal, commanding officer of VA-44, commended him for out- able to sell tickets for Holly- Wilkinson, Ken Scales and Ezra
standing duty while serving as line chief of the outfit. be able to supply it. wood. too. Batte.



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May 1959 JAX AIR NEWS Page



Irackerjax Hole-In-One Tourney




brash City.eagueFoes To Benefit Navy Relief



The Navy Relief Hole-In-One Golf Tourney, proving to

I be a popular annual affair here, is slated to start Monday at

.
,
d w.Y 7 'ya a cyv'v.va..a+Iw S 4lRphvwgo.a.n.":r a.AOoYM7 a< w f }p '
The Jax Navy Crackerj: '" x s -w* *<""&&?:, the NAS Jax course. I Holley-Edwards Sales, Inc.;

re setting early fires in S *NW V*4 **< XV A grand prize will be given Jacksonville Paper Co.; Jax Tool
.. I > **>fc v t yQp Ly}' i qs p G : who a holeinone -
q gets Lum-
the
omen's City Softball Lea- *"IL$ person and Equipment; Lanahan

;ue play, possessing an un- t v ,4** rw%H x-f?>\ during the competition or I ber Co.; Martin Office Equip-

eaten mark after two out- who comes closest to the pin. I. ment Co.; Motor Parts & Supply

[ngs. a st3 THE EVENT will take place Co.; Patten Sales Co., Inc.; Pitts-

Veteran Judy Bozman chilled through Friday, with activity burgh Plate Glass; Raybo Elec-

tate Farm bats in the inaugural : slated daily from 1100 to 1315. tric Supplies, and RemingtonRand. -

{eague affair, leading her Wave w A daily prize will also be .

lates to an 18-1 victory. awarded to the person nearest And, Royal Typewriter Divi-
each day. A small fee of
pin SnapOnTools
THE HURLING gem tossed by is sion; Sanford-Hall;
balls for 25 cents
three Batteryl
Southway
ozman was a no-hitter, a terrific Corp.;

eat especially so early in the #i charged. Mfg. Co.; Superior Iron, and
of the tourneyis
<
Main
Ia purpose
The lone insurance v : Towers Hardware.
season. com- > > >s-' /sSs" ,
$
>: w < SV % to raise funds for the Navy .
Vb f'\v
any tally came unearned. \ HB $JM$ -as*,; in the midst ofits'
Relief Society
,
Opportunity Branch "Y,". third 2i Aa*. ?SX V" J* annual drive locally. Leaders

ember of the league triumvirte -5:rs\,3'. ? :r.? ; s i.r.: -; MANY MERCHANTS have Same

fell prey to the locals a few & contributed prizes. They include:
lights later Bozman although Hold Sway In
as I Albright Co.; Bond-Howell Lum-
4
*4
lot tossing up a no-hitter, was I I ; Y.43' f. ber Co.; Cameron and BarkleyCo.
till too tough to crack.A "c.C. Co. J. G.
Lumber
Carolina ; LoopsSpecial
w *"*Sx'* "'v <5v .
ginning SHELLING to end that resulted lasted from In a.. J. .....:V5. ,:;.: .. --;:}' .*_\>.Mp. 'It"<"' ,*,,0;:,;,e.:: x ...t.! ;,:,Z"'"rS. "",dha......awvabYe.Ddai i r.C.:.. ':MIN Christopher Co.; Duval ;Lumber H. & W.and B.Supply Drew; Services and FAETTJ

|6-1 win for Jax Navy. Sophia I RIFLE TOURNEY On 200-yard line is Jax Navy'sKen Americanand
McNutt firing in rifle phase of the Sixth Naval District C. W. Farmer and Co.; Farquhatr "A" again pace the
yatovich collected two doubles Pistol-Rifle Tournament at Camp Blanding. As the target comes Machinery Co.; Florida Hard- National League's this week,

Jjvhile Barbara Oliveria picked up up McNutt zeroes in on the bull's eye. He finished with a fine ware; Florida Motor Service. and with the two clubs rolling over

triple and two-base blow. 404-10V, good for second place. Frank Blue of Charleston took GE Supply Co. all oposition.
honor. Winning team, however, was NAS Key West, which .
top Electric Co.
Joy Hurst had three-for-three I successfully defended its crown. Also, Graybar ; Special Services of the American -

or the winners while Beverly circuit has a narrow lead

umphrey came through with a over the Patrolmen of VP-18

iple to add icing to the cake. NAS KEY WEST S WEEPS "A" and MARTD, tied for seco} d.'

Although off to a fine start, FAETU "A" has a substantiallead

be' Waves'have yet to meet up ROWNS' with a 20-4 record. Only
'
SHOOT C
[with service competition, which TO 6ND team at present to pose a threatis

usually. proves rugged. West West "na twth" and made big fireworks the Lucky Strikes, who owna
Bulls-eye seekers from NAS Key came
. [Positions on the team are still i in the Sixth Naval District Rifle and Pistol Tournament, fin'ding the NAS Jax ranges to 21-7 chart. '
In'the
[open to anyone interested in trying Honors for the week

[ out. their liking. of Key West, with a 499. American League fell mostly to
I I Key West successfully defendedits TOP SHOOTERS in the District 1 AE AGO Clubs Pace ComFair Jax "A" as it capturedall

rifle team title while also fray now enter the South At- honors except high individual

CENTER KEG snaring the pistol team champ- lantic Regionals, searching for Center Softball LoopFirst game, taken by Ray Boydston of
ionship in the week-long event.
new honors. Disbursing with a 218.
RACE TIGHTRace FIELD finished close
CECIL
All 6ND rifle firing was heldat week of play in the NAT Edward Hall]] of ComFair Jax
between. the one-two behind in rifle firing, copping 771
the Blanding range,
Camp
TCenter intramural softball lea "A" forged to the fore by raising
teams in the NATTCenter intramural to Key West's 794 score. Naval of Jacksonville while
southwest 184 good for high
third with gue is completed, and two teams his average to ,
scratch bowling lea- Base Charleston was fired at the NAS Jax
pistolmen High individualset
are tied for the lead, owning average crown.
gue remained the same this 746.Host pistol range. identical 2-0 marks. laurels also fell]] to Hall when

week, as the Sparkies of AE Jax Navy fared poorly Nine commands were represented he recorded a 584.
downedthe
of AE
and the Marine Aviation De- in the rifle contest, failing to in the tourney, second straight The Sparkies
Jax "A" fared exceptionally -
and
of AGO, 15-6, ComFair
Ensigns
tachment rolled to easy vic- place in team competition because year the big shoot has been held
Support Splinters, 20-4 for co- well teamwise, too,
tories. of inability to field a com- in this area.
honors with AO. snaring high game with an 880
AE 35-9 holds five point .
a plete squad.
set with 2460.
team
and high
lead over the Marines, with Key West pistolmen rang upa In the Notre Dame coaching The Ordnanc men won over

NAWS holding down the third 1029 score for first place in switch to JOE KUHARICH, the Marine Aviation Detachment, 4-1 The National League was a lit-
and over the Ensigns, 11-0 for tle more split up with high individual -
place spot, 27-16. that competition. Defending i Irish took on a coach with a 4.7.1 '
their two wins. average going to Bill
Cecil with the Wash-
champion Field was run- 1958 record pro
ner-up with 1005. Jax Navy took ington Redskins as a replacementfor In other games, Marine Avia- Saltmarsh of VW-4 "C" with a

third with 988. TERRY: BRENNAN s 6-4 rec- tion Detachment downed the 174. Bob Duford of the Marine

fa U R!CI] IN INDIVIDUAL firing, Char- ord. Missilemen of NAWS, 23-6, while Barracks captured the twin

leston's Frank Blue paced rifle- the Support Splinters also dump- crowns of the high game, with

the Missilemen 19-4, that being 216, and high, set, wtih 617.
1. Name the single pitching accomplishment men with 423, helped by 14 per- )I ,

former Dodger fect shots. Jax Navy reached a ':...../, ..x; the opening game of the season. Overhaul and Repair put together
::
hurlers Rex Barney and Carl moment of glory when Ken Mc- ; < some good scores to cop
1 the team titles'with a high gameof
Erskine share. Nutt fashioned a 404/10V, good
899 and high set of 2527.
1't
,
2. The average over-all length for runner-up spot. >
of a golf course- is: (A) 4,000yards ( F. T. Earble of Cecil Field was .<<.J'

(B) 6,500 yards, or (C) third with 384/7V. Other high Compton Defeats Burnett, t

8,500 yards? scorers were: Don Livingston,
Wears Acey-Ducey Toga
3. Has any pitcher ever won Sanford Navy, 391/8V; Vince 1 LEW JENKINS, former light-

three shutouts in one World Se- Cox, Charleston, 386/1IV; Roy weight champion of the world, is Ray Compton bested Robert

ries? Bess, NAAS Mayport, 382/2V; now stationed at Ft. Ord, Calif. Burnett in a tense battle for the
.
4. When Yankee Don Larsen Harry Laidlaw, Charleston Naval i BEN MARTIN, AF Academy NATTCenter intramural

pitched his World Series perfect 13V, and Jack Benson, grid coach, announced that Mis- championship last week.

game, who was the opposing 'Station Green Cove Springs, ,! souri and UCLA will be 1959 After dropping the first tw'ogames
ii' off the
Compton came
pitcher? 371/7V. football opponents NORB
deck to take the next three. The
West shooter finished
5. What West Pointer broke No Key SARGEANT, ex-wrestling star
champion is attached to AK
Glenn Davis' Academy among the top eight. The men k.JHABIT- new
one-year from Illinois, is one of the main- is
f Schools> while Burnett AO
down under won on a
rushing mark? from
stays of the mat team of Ft. Car- chief.
Schools leading
(Answers to Quiz) superb team effort. son, Colo. '
HIGH SHOOTERS in individual Acey-ducey, a game derived
uosiapuv qog 'S'ellbglH pistol competition were paced by The Football Writers Assn. from backgammon, originated in
reS 'p 315 to 125 to retain the '
voted
West's Bob Adams, with 516. India. Tourneys are popular
Key
S06I ul 0 o? ,. ( conversion. The writ-
Cecil Field's Paul Smith : two-point throughout the Navy in spring.
Z PUB 0 o? 6 '0 oi C 'sUa'IIY: [ garn- ers also voted 345 to'102 that months, *
but the
ered the same score, top \
GtI ,no nqs SJUBJO eqj joOOS'9 due goal posts be returned to the goal
went to Adams to
position
UotMGtleW> Aslsg0' $aA Esp1Eb his better score in rapid fire. )' line, and 242 to 201 to keep the JACK DOHRMAN, veteran forward

'Zetjj ban on platoon :Substitutions.Gen.; on the cage team of MCRD,
went to West'sF.
jsujeBe Third place Key I .....-
sunio THOMASS. San; Diego, has been appointedto
L. Beatty, with 511, while
FORMING For the
: 'I -
paipnd 'IIog'
siajrrq-ou {
Don Manhanke, Cecil shooter, second successive year, Lcdr. POWER, Commander-in-Chief the Naval Academy.

MELVIN L. KRULEWITCH, won fourth place with a 501. Wayne Crozier. (above) walkedoff of Strategic Air Command, has JERRY McARTHUR, standout

an ex-Marine two-star general, Nearest Jax Navy pistolman, with honors in the NATT- been elevated to 3rd Dan in the performer with the 26th Inf,

has been appointed chairman oi was G. D. Carpellotti, who rack- Center Table Tennis Tourney. black 'belt division of Judo, a gridders; at Ft. Riley, Kan., has
Lcdr. Crozier defeated CorpLRsloh rank held by less than 100 other signed to play pro football witH
the New York State Athletic ed up an even 500 score, with\ Stewart of MAD for the .'
Commission. sixth place going to Cam Paulk 1959 title. Americans. the Detroit Lions. .




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Page 8 JAX AIR NEWS 14 May 1959



Schedule of Special Services Activities andFacilities May 14 -- 20

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MOVIES Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday

BAS Bldg. 612WATTCenter 1900 Only 1900 Only 1400-1900) 1900 Only 1800-2000 1800-2000 1900 Only
Al Capone Story King of WildStallions Enchanted I Want To Live Man in the Saddle Riot in Juvenile The D. I.
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Island Prison

.
Bldg. 563 1900 Only 1900 Only 1400-1900 1400-1900 1900 Only 1900 Only 1900 Ouly
....Only Gilda... Al Capone Story King of Stallion Enchanted Isle I Want to Live Man in Saddle Riot in Prison

Hospital 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only 1900 only l900only
Giant Behemoth Only Gilda Al Capone Story King of Stallion Enchanted Isle I Want to Live Man in Saddle

LIBRARIESWAS

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,Bldg. 3WATTCenler 0815-2100 0815-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100 0815-2100

,DIdg. 563 0930-2100 0930-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100 0930-2100

Hospital 0800-1600 0800-1600 closed 1300-1700 0800-1600 0800-1600 0800-1600

LOUNGES, CLUBS

NAB Bldg. 655NATFCenIer 1000-2100 1000-2100 1000-2100 1400-2100 Closed 1000-2100 1000-2100


,Bldg. 593
1600-2200, 1600-2200 1300-2300( ( 1300-2300 '1600-2200 1600-2200 1600-2200
.
Blue Jackets Inn 1630-2400 2000-2400 2000-2400 2000-2400 1630-2400 1630-2400 2000-2200
Jimmy Geiger The Redcoats Glenn Reeves Bingo

.
EM. NATTCenier 1630-2300 1630-2300 1630-2300
1630-2300 1400-2330 1400-2330()( 1400-2330
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EM, NABTU 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300 Closed Closed 1130-1300
1630-2230 1630-2230 1630-2330 1630-2330 1630-2230

ATHLETICS

.
NAB Gym, Open
0900-2100 090Q-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 0900-2100 0900-2100 0900-2100

.
NATTCenler GymIf Open
1300-2100 1300-2100 1000-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100 1300-2100

AS Bowling 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB 1300-2100'OB 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB' 1100-2100 OB 1100-2100 OB
I

NATTCenter Bowling... 1130-1300 1130-1300 1300-2200 OB 1300-2200 OB 1130-1300 1130-1300 1130-1300
1630-1830 OB0830Dark 1630-1830 OB0830Dark 1630-1830 OB 1630-1830 OB 1630-1830 OB
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OTHERS: I

Golf Course 0730DarkOSOO1h 0800-1800 0830Dark080o. OS30DarkClosed 0830DarkClosed

Fish Camp 0800hr.. 0800hr.. hr. 0800hr.. -% hr.
Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown Before sundown

Hobby Shop. Bldg. 896 1400-2100 1400-2100 0900-2100 1300-2100 Closed Closed 1400-2100
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Indoor Swimming Bldg. 614 1600-2000 1130-2000 I 1300-2000 1200-2000 1130-2000 1130-2000 1130-2000
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I SPECIAL EVENTS: I

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Claims Court Strengthens Job RightsOf Pilot ForecasterContinued

I ( from Page)

Career Civil Service EmployeesThe : : transmitter, operating on a fre-

quenecy of 344.6 megacycles.All .
U. S. Court of Claims has ,. p > '. c ,, ,\
handed down decision dismissal because he was in an ,' \ aircraft in the area,whether
a
strength-I I *
,ening job rights of excepted job when 'fired. ,'y '.. Navy, Marine or Air Force, is

employees who subsequently take I But the Court of Claims has 1 supposedly equipped with the
excepted or non-civil service overuled the CS Commission. It ;; special two-way radios, and are
jobs in Government, accordingto noted: "Ordinarily an employeein Vt s.. ...-. ., capable of requesting and receiving -
the Federal Employees' News an excepted position has no ;i ;" J information within a

Digest. protection against discharge . : 's'* radius of 100 to 200 miles of
but when that discharge depriveshim ', *4 NAS Jax, and from. an altitudeof
I *
The case involved a Civil \ '' & feet higher.
of his right to his old job t I 1,000 or
:
Aeronautics Administration em- under classified civil service, it's w ___Jr' Information usually requestedis
ployee with 20 years career status effective only if it was for such L ___ temperature and wind velocityat
who took an excepted job cause as will promote efficiencyof the terminal, or any other
-overseas. the service."It location served by the weather

He was fired and bis appealto cannot defeat his statutory office. I Sanfdrd, Tampa, Miami
the CS Commission was turn- right of restoration to his civil and Homestead are typical requests -
ed down on the ground that he service position, if it was done made by pilots in this
was not entitled to protectionof arbitrarily or capriciously. One particular area.

the Lloyd-Lafollette Act or cannot be deprived of a right I Purpose of the transmitter and
the Veterans Preference Act granted by Congress by the arbitrary _receiver, Comdr. Mullins asserted,
against arbitrary or capricious act of his superior, is to aid aircraft pilots in secur-
whether that was the purpose of $ ing information of weather con-
the action or not. ditions and forecasts quickly and
KINDERGARTENROLLS j conveniently.

OPEN Open House LL

Registration is now open for (Continued from Page 1)) & JLJ Marine Career Wives

the Navy Wives Nursery Kin- provided, with patrolmen direct- _yo ,,_...m..................:..._mm...____....._ _..
dergarten. -> ing traffic to the proper areas. "COME ON IN, THE WATER'S FINE So says Sally Ann Club To Review By-Laws
There is a tuition fee of 12' OPEN HOUSE will also be heldat Shamphan AN, attached to NAS Jax POt Division. She's one I Marine Career Wives Club has
of many taking advantage of the eight outdoor swimming pools
month.
dollars a Transportation -
NAAS Mayport. The Station aboard the Station these liot days. She is 19 and hails from scheduled a meeting Monday,
wil be furnished aboard itself will welcome visitors, as Fresno, Calif.Pools May 18 at 1930 in the Chaplain'sOffice
the Station and in Dewey well as the carrier USS Sara-
Park for one dollar monthly.All toga, and several other smaller Maintain Fine MarkOne in King Hall, Building 563.

dependent children three vessels, during the hours of 1200 All members are requested to
and four years old on Decem- to 1600. Static displays will also of* NATTCenter's crown- attend to review the Club's by:
With opening of pool 715 tom-
ber 31 of this year are eligibleto : be made available. ing achievements is the perfect laws.
attend the Junior Kinder- I orrow (May 15), all the Cen-
A display of combat equipmentand water safety record of its pools.In .
garten. ter's pools will be operating.
material is also for
Children who will be five- planned all the past swimming sea- TIDE TABLE
is healthful but
Hemming Park in downtown Swiming a sport,
years-old before December 31 sons there have been no drown- HIGH LOW
Jacksonville. not for near-drownings. Let'smake
AM PM AM PM
are eligible for Senior Kinder-
ings. Much credit is due Special
garten. Call Navy Wives Nur- this season another'feather Fri. 12:391:14: 7:01: 7:21
"Deer Hunters-Skinned Services but the swimmers them
Cut, ,
extenstion Sat. 1:34 2:12 7:58 8:25
sery Supervisor at in our headress with another
Wrapped, Quick F1'ozen.-Buf- selves are mostly responsible for
368 for further information. Sun. 2:32 3:12: 8:55: 9:29
falo (N. Y.) Evening News. the 4.0 mark. accident-free slate.