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Creation Date: May 19, 1960
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'} Vol. 18 No. 11 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 19 May 1960

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:AUNGE*&<>&*1? si 'Armed Day AgendaHours Forces Exciting Program Set For AF Day





Forces Day of program the at Armed NAS Open House At NAS Saturday P.M.

Jax for Saturday May 21 -
4F. .
y }7PN tK{ \ OP: xW' }U\t ':\Y10. xnMAV. .. What has been described as
4ti
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are 12 noon to 1700. t t: "
? one of the most interesting
Here is the afternoon'sschedule .r x.'I Armed Forces Day programsto
: be scheduled at NAS Jax
1300 -Hand to hand com-
several is for
in years on tap
bat demonstration by 77th Saturday afternoon.An .

Airborne Special Forces afternoon full of action

Group; other combat dem- has been'outlined with program
onstrations by 77th throughout -
hours set from 12 noon
the afternoon, in vicin-
to 1700.
ity of Hangar 114. I HIGHLIGHTING the action

1330 Parachute jumpsby phase will be a series of para-

77th Airborne Special chute jumps at 1330 over the ;
Forces Group over parade parade ground area off YorkI I

ground- area. Good vantage town Ave., by a specially selected
point would be football team from the 77th Airborne
K bleachers. ): ff s Special Forces Group based at
1400 Parachute jumpsby
y. Fort Bragg N.C.
Skydivers over parade a. The 'chute drop demonstrationwill
S.L p
ground area. 3 f. be climaxed by an exhibi-

1500 Helicopter Rescue. tion by the famous Skydivers,

Pickup. Jato-assisted take- ....'......,..,...,.._""yyw,..Aa>owa..w.,,"'",>,_,>_, awsAr}7}. ,'v.ff:'.. }\"'...:'''{,....'' ., ,.,..,'.RAVi,4\> _) .._ .i. daredevil members of the 77th,
1515 who will bail out from a helicopter -
PREPARE FOR ARMED FORCES DAY-Specially elected
off UF Dumbo aircraft.
by fall thou-
feet free
at ,
5,000
unit of
members of the 77th Airborne Special Forces Group a
1530 Firefighting dem- the Psychological Warfare Center of the 18th Airborne Corps, sands of feet and finally opening
onstration. Fort Bragg, N.C.. check their gear and go over last minute details their chute when about 1,000 feet
1600 Navy Relief Drive as they ready for a test jump here in preparation for Sat above the ground.
Hangar 114. urday's Armed Forces Day program. The 77th unit will be
drawing
prizes During the long free fall, the
featured in a series of narachute Jumps and will demonstrate
Various other demonstra- other combat tactics beginning at 1300. Left to right are SFC Skydivers execute such maneu-
tions will be staged during Ed Meeks 1st Lt. Homer Mappj SP4 Henry Luthy (broading vers as figure eights, turns, bar-
afternoon in the static dis- plane) Sgt. Arnold Bales SP5 Edgar Vickerly (rear); and Sgt. rel rolls and even loops, before

play area of Hangar 114, to Kenneth Bates.SKYDIVER. .. opening their 'chutes. Using specially

be announced via loud- designed 'chutes, the Sky-

speaker. divers exhibit precise pin-point

Ray Boyles Wins Top landings.THE AFTERNOON'S action
}Y.:: {
AE Graduation HonorsRay opens with a hand-to-hand com-

Boyles, AA, of Carlisle, hir-ii-ir ; .1 bat demonstration in the vicinityof
BIG STORY-It doesn't take Pa., took top honors at Aviation 4.( Hangar 114 at 1300 by mem-
a tall sailor to know thai big Electrician's Mate School at the bers of the 77th Airborne Special
things are planned at Armed -
Forces Day Open House at NAS May 13 graduation. Forces Group. These combat ex'

Jax.Saturday. Reminding folks Boyles will now,'be,stationed at perts will scale roofs and sidesof
, of the big day is Hillion"Slim" NAS Jax. W.y#{#i. }7yf.I the giant hangars in a demon

Montgomery, AN. stration of "repelling," describedas

the science of cliff, or pre-

Lucky Ones To Claim cipe, action.

The 77th Airborne Special For-

ces Group is a unit of the Psy-
chological Warfare Center of the
Prizes Here SaturdaySharing
C hr4y 18th Airborne Corps at Fort:
Bragg, N. C. Col. Don Blackburnis

the spotlight in the Open House program for I fAix commanding officer of the
,
Armed Forces Day at NAS Jax Saturday will be the big }: : x{{ 77th, whose mission is to develop

give-away of over $10,000 worth of prizes to lucky contri- organized and trained guerilla

butors to the Navy Relief Society Drive held aboard the I forces and to conduct guerilla
warfare in of conventional
support
Station.The -
to raise $13,200 from NASbasedunits
big moment is set for 1600 forces.
for the Navy Relief. The
in the Hangar 114 area where overall Jacksonville goal is $30- Also included in the action

dozens of persons can claim a 000. The campaigns at other installations portion are a JATO-assisted take-
long list of prizes (see Page 3) under the Jax off, at about 1515, of a UF Dum-

which will be given away at that iary will continue until AuxU-1 : s I 'i' % y6.T'.F x f' Y f st .. bo aircraft used in air-sea rescue
time to those who have donatedto # r.4A work; a helicopter rescue pick-
THE MAJORITY of I *
the Navy Relief.IT 4 up at 1500; and a demonstrationof
citing donations, or having books,
HAS BEEN pointed out, firefighting with Navy fire-
expected to turn in all monies
are
however, that those who donated fighters extinguishing a flaming
and books: by today. However, a
have to .
and have tickets do not : aircraft at 1530.
selected of ticket sellers
be present to win. If tickets belonging group available IN ACTION-A U.S. Army Skydiver, memberof AN INTERESTING array of
will make themselves to
to those not in attend- the 77th Airborne Special Forces Group, begins his long static displays, complete with
ance are drawn, those persons late contributors today and Fri free-fall to earth executing such maneuvers as figure eights, demonstrations
Tickets will also be sale before opening his chute. The for education of
day. on turns, barrel rolls and even loops
of their good
will be notified during Armed Forces Day festivi- Skydivers will be featured in the Armed Forces Day Open the public, have been arrangedin
fortune. ties aboard the Station until House program at NAS Saturday. Their performance is slated the vicinity of Hangar 114.
will culminatea up other demonstrations also includedon
The give-away for about 1400. Several are
month-long campaign at NAS I (Please turn to Page 8, Col. 3)) the agenda. (Please turn to Page 8. Col. 5)m92I )



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Pae2 JAX AIR NEWS 19 May
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.m! }{ Thrift Never OutmodedOne I

FIJjW3NA of the great indicators of the strength of America through.!

out history has been the ability of our citizens to appreciate the
"aca..YRIe forces that have made 'our country great.
Capt. James R. Reedy ................................................................ Commanding Officer long-term the long-term forces that have made
Comdr. Robert Nvlton ................................ .....................................ExKvtivt Offltcr Ranking high among thrift. This is our
of
habit fundamentally
is the responsible
NAB Six; Fleet Air J.cluonvlIU country great -

Rear Adm. Kenneth Cr lfl ........................................................................ Commander for the sound financing of our nation's industrial might and
Capt. Grayiton H. Weber ...................................................... Chl.f of Staff, FalrJax II for the backlog, of savings amassed by millions of Americans for
Capt. Nation M. Head ___J\ Chief of Staff, NAB Six and emergencies.THE I
important uses
Fleet Air Wing EUvcn
Capt. Robert M. Mllnar ............................................................................ Command + HABIT OF THRIFT IS, NOT something to be encouragedat
Capt.-Charlta L lambing ............................................................ Chief Stiff Officer one time and discouraged at another. It is much too basic.

Capt. Robert J. Fleming Naval Air Technical__ Training Cantor__ Commanding/ Officer !/:l;:>:t.i Prudence will never be 0':1t1of: fashion. Savings and thrift will never

Cwndr. Gerald R. Paaraon ........................................................:... Executive Officer I I be outmoded. Enlightened judgment 'will always be indispensablein
Naval HoipKal the preservation of freedom.
Capt. William L Engtlman .__ Officer
Commanding
Capt. John G. Ftdtr ............................m............................................ Executive Officer Our course, as U. S. citizens, is clear. In our high-energy
NARTU civilization we must work and save, explore and invest, improveand

Cei*. '. H. Holt ........................................................................ Commanding Officer create always with one pUI'Pose-to better the lot of Individual
Ct dr. H. Hudglni ..................................................... Executive Officer ,
people.
_ Printed commercially with norvtppropriattd funds In Jackionvlllt, Florida at nopenal HISTORY IS FILLED WITH THE STORY of those who have
to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P.95 Rev. July 1958. ARMISTEAD failed. The future will be assured by the extent to which we
Attributed frt- of charge to military and civilian ptrtonntl of FltM Air Jackionvlllt,
Navel l Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Flttt Air Wing 11, Naval Air succeed in meeting the challenges of our times.A .
Rtatrv Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hotpltal. Achievement bright future lies ahead of us provided we make the best
Svlc Information Officer .................... Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnli Jr. moral and material growth to be gained
Aiilitant Service Information Officer .................... Andrew H. Planty of the present. The by
Editor-Gordon Robblt; Staff Rtporftn-Mat Spencer, J02; Gene Haflan, JOSIM 'Award Given investing in America are great, indeed. One way to do so is to
Sandy WUrtlnion, JOSA Sam Bowman, SA. Photographtr-Roicot Carter, PH3. buy U. S. Savings Bonds. The Savings Bonds program offers securities
The Jax Air News U a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Mattrlal
The
which attractive to the average saver. regular
are purchase
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit la glvtn. Photograph, To Armistead
Bonds has meant that millions of American fain!
unless otherwise credited, art official U. S. Navy Photograph ; o$ Savings
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone tx lies have been able to afford new homes, new automobiles, a better
tensions 8164, 654, 272 216. For setting up a revised systemof I
or of for
-- education for their children, or a feeling well-being their
machine accounting for nonap-
retirement.AT .
propriated fund activities at NAS
Have You Donated Yet THE SAME TIME SAVINGS BONDS foster the habit of
Jax, Samuel Armistead, of Comp-
regular savings and encourage thrift of all forms. A larger volumeof
troller Department, has been
individual savings gives us the kind of growing economy which
To awarded a Superior Achievement will take of needs both and civilian.
Navy Relief DriveWhy Award check amounting to care our military
$125. And, of course, the easiest and simplest way to buy these Bondsis
via the payroll savings plan. During the month of May you havean
does the Navy Relief need ? The Comptroller presented the
money
check to the Assistant Comptroller excellent opportunity to do what most smart people do, join the

A good question deserves a good answer. The reason for Internal Review for his payroll savings plan.COMMUNITY .

can be ascertained in the which is to assist Naval efforts in machine .
purpose, establishing a "',w.,, ( .'1<.'''''''''' '' :>""I.>
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personnel and their dependents in meeting unforeseen emer- accounting office, which serves

gencies and tragedies, and to relieve financial hardship resulting Special Services, Bachelor Offi '
from these emergencies. cers' Quarters (Closed), Chief / II',ill:
Petty Officers' Mess (Open) and

Contributing to Navy Relief is contributing to the wel- Commissioned Officers' Mess

fare of your shipmates. (Open).
ASSIGNMENT for setting up
NAVY RELIEF ASSISTANCE is granted for meeting the accounting service for the

medical and dental expenses not covered by military medical four Station activities was madelas't

facilities or the Medicare program; child care in cases of May. In carrying out his responsibilities

long periods of hospitalization required for the Navy wife Armistead first I *
studied the current method of
and mother; braces and appliances for injured and crippled manual accounting in effect at v I

which are not provided by military or Medicare; loss of the activities, to determine the I\ EP

furnishing and clothing by fire or other casualty; financial requirements for machine ac- L'\

assistance when emergency situations cause a "breakthrough" counting.He .

in the family budget; emergency leave expenses in types next of accounting investigated machines various I., \

connection with illness or death of a member of the immediate available to select the one best

family, and for other emergencies.Now suited for the operation. When i

the choice was made, he initiateda
you will have to admit that these are reasons
request through the Comptroller

enough for the existence of such an organization as the Navy l for purchase of the machine. .,G... *'
Relief Society. Through its establishment it helps the Navy Funds were provided by BuAer. ::1

tike care of its own people. Armistead later worked with

THE JACKSONVILLE AUXILIARY of the Society in representatives of the company L

1959 granted 1,303 loans in the amount of $83,566 and 174 that sold the the equipment to imple- ._.-.-..-.. .... _"*-,,..,;;;"".;<,_.___I ..(..,.,':',.:'..,....,... ;;;:;;:;;:::i-: ,_ : @;..___
ment
gratuities amounting to $8,302. You might ask: "Aren't the systems to accomplishthe SERVICE AWARD-Capt. Nelson M. Head.
loans paid back? Most of them are, but many loans are not task. He also determined Chief of Staff to Commander Naval Air Bates Sixth Naval
paid, such as men who are discharged before loans are paid, staffing requirements of the new District presents Distinguished Community Service Award
office and instructed employeesin plaque to Joyce Lenl, *-President of Jax Navy Wives Club
and additional ;
hardships befalling men who have loans. In No. 86. The Club won the award
for its members' time and
such cases the loan has to be written off, or canceled. In i performance of the accounting efforts in counting fundI received from Navy and Marine
1959, the Jax Auxiliary canceled 114 loans for a total of operation. activities during the recent Federal Service Joint Crusade and
$4,541.In. J ACCORDING to IRD, the tangible National Health Agencies drive. Capt. Head is co-chairman of
savings under Allotment the Navy.Duval Fund Raising Committee.

order to meet its obligations the Jax Auxiliary needs Alfa, which have so far material-

approximately $2,000 to $3,000 each month in addition to ized, amounts to over $4,000 a Navy Wives' Convention Ends I
what. is received from payments on loans. Last month, this year.
auxiliary granted 10 gratuities for a total of $969.73. The service was set up duringa "Navy, Marine and Coast Guard
four-month Wives represent something treasured Presentation of awards for an
period. Manual
Here at NAS Jacksonville, with all hands having gone was replaced for Special accounting something worth fighting increase in membership and

through two recent fund raising drives within the past few Services on Oct.. 1, while BOQ for, and something that instills scrapbook entries was made by
months, the committee charged with conducting the Navy accounting system was establishedDec. in their men the will to fight for Doris Davis, Past President of
Relief Drive decided that here needed break and the preservation the South
personnel a 1. CPO Mess (Open) and of our nation, local club and current
to make contributing easier came up with the program of Commissioned Officers' Mess our way of life, our freedoms and east Regional Vice President

giving away $10,000 worth of prizes. Such a program would (Open) followed on Jan. 1 and our families." Clubs at Portsmouth and Norfolk,
make the idea of attractive since there would Va.
giving more Feb. 1, respectively.In Thus spoke Capt. Nelson went home with membership
M.
be a double dividend-with donations making contributors transition from manual to Head, Chief of Staff of plaques, but NAS Jax Club 86
ComNab
eligible to win one of the many wonderful prizes and the mechanized operation, Comdr. E. Six, as he addressed members won the award for the best scrap-
same donations to their buddies in distress. and book C.
going help husbands judged by Mesdames B.
W. Scantlebury, NAS Comptroller of local Navy Wives
EVEN WITH THIS VERY attractive program and meth- says Armistead displayed Clubs at the concluding meeting McCaffree, W. R. Staggs and Mildred -

od of contributing, and one that really makes it easier on "great tact and outstanding pa- of the clubs' Southeastern Regional Erdman.
the contributor, many units are still behind in their quotas. tience" in working out necessary Convention in Jacksonville ""TnTJaT club was also awardeda

Perhaps many are' waiting until the last minute to donate. adjustments to expedite the sys last week. plaque by Capt. Head for "dis

Whatever the reason, the sale of prize tickets at this writing tem." The banquet and dance tinguished community service in
is behind expectations.It's THE COMMANDER says the Riverside at the Duval County in counting funds
Lions
project is a drastic departurefrom Club followed received activities
still not too late to donate to the Navy Relief Society. business from military
previous practices and has meetings and social activities during the SerVice
The Society needs the money in order to "help the Navy received the notice of many who at NS Mayport, NAS Cecil Joint recent Federal National

take care of its own." are acquainted with the problem. Field and NAS Jax. I I Crusade and
Health "
I Agencies drive.





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)ai-l ur Array Of N R Prizes

aid
for Over $10,000 worth of prizes will be given away at 1600on
Armed Forces Day Saturday at 1600 at Hangar 114 to

'ed '.'k'U }4 ..,,..;acgbcPat3.Y+f442ka3. k c3o k,3, lucky contributors to the Navy Relief drive.

sic I Here is the complete list of prizes:

perble 1960 Chevrolet Impala convertible, valued at $3644.

1960 Triumph roadster, valued at $2775.

-0 Span America 15-ft. runabout with Wizard motor and

>veaal TeeNee tilt trailer, worth $1615.

.x Two two-ton Mathes window air conditioners, worth $325
each.

we ve Five piece Rogers sterling silver tea set, valued at $385.

16 cubic-ft. Admiral freezer, valued at $340.

cst Two sets of Wilson. golf clubs for men, with bag, $385
byto each. _

Two sets of Patty Berg golf clubs for women, with bag,
rif- $350 each.
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Two Johnson Sea Horse outboard motors, 5% hp, $250
each

,erh. Kirby Home Sanitation Unit, $190.

of Two 17-inch Philco portable TV sets, $180 each.

ne Skill Saw, valued at $115.

ch Boy's Schwin bicycle, $48. ,

thi! Girl's Schwin bicycle, $48. '

LISi Snapping Turtle Riding Mower, $349.
lie
leI Yazoo Dragster Go-Car, $132.

Zenith portable stereo phonograph, $79.50.

Complete Power Shop, Sears & Roebuck, $244.
;\ :;} ALSO A 75-FT. GARDEN HOSE DONATED by J. G.

Christopher; 50-ft. garden hose donated by Holley Edwards;
fishing reel from Towers Hardware; Rollectric shaver from
Remington-Rand; tool set from Cameron & Barkley; steam
+ iron donated by General Electric Supply; set of insulated
K T srp tumblers, Sanford Hall; electric percolator from Florida Hard-
: ware; two gallons white paint from Duval Lumber & Supply,
i / ,;}fjy Co.; electric kitchen clock from Graybar Electric Co.; two
i outside auto mirrors from Motor Parts Supply; two tool boxes
I from Patten Sales; two lawn chairs donated by Bond-Howell
Lumber three moving trucks from Suddath Moving
; \k +Tj';S,C'J. ; toy van
': }ycj.; .' & Storage; one gift certificate for battery from Southway
a fYf e;::fir:i 3Pt,6 }k..r'. .. s' FicM.g{ bhdi{?''# o +, : {: fF fi. Battery Corp; and one $10 gift certificate at Cohen's from
: &Y T. r ; Lanahan Lumber Co.
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HAVE YOU GOT YOUR TICKETS YET-If you have not purchased your iickeli for a chanceon
over $10,000 worth of prizes, including the three above, to be given away Saturday, you still ComFAWLant
have plenty of time. Your purchase of a 50 cent ticket not only gives you an opportunity to win
I a prize, but is also a contribution to the Navy Relief Society. You've seen these photos of the
1960 Chevrolet Impala Convertible, a 1960 Triumph Roadster and 15-feet runabout with motor Inspects VP-18
and trailer, many times before, but it never hurts to remind people who may have been remissIn
their contributions what they may be missing. The prizes shown here are only three of the top
i page.prizes. Many, many more outstanding prizes will be given away. Check the complete list on this This SaturdayRear

Admiral Thurston B.

Armed Forces Day GreetingThe CAPT. MILNERIN Four Wives and nine "whtteh t ar. Clark, Commander Fleet Air
rived for duty at NAS Jax recently. To Wings Atlantic, is currently con-
President, by Proclamation dated March 5, 1957, directed NEW POSTCapt. them the Jax Air News extend Its Welcome ducting annual Administrative/
the Secretary of Defense and Secretary of the Treasury arrange Mat. Material Inspection of VP-18.
each year for, the appropriate observance of Armed Forces Day Robert M. Milner, April 18 wee the big day, with nine
Commander Fleet Air Wing 11, persons arriving. Frances Kruritzytniky, Admiral Clark arrived here
This annual program imposes a responsibility upon the Army, will leave here in late June for SA( of Crabtree, Pa, Janet Shydlowikl, of yesterday. The
Navy, Air Force Marine Corps and Coast Guard, and Reserve Brute, Wiic. and druane McGibney, ST,
components to give the public at home and abroad the best pos- duty with Commander Fleet of Bradenton, Fla. all reported 11'from\ three-day inspection -
sible opportunity within limits necessarily imposed for security' Air Wings, Atlantic Fleet as recruit training at Bainbridge, Md. Cent endstomorrow
reasons, to become well informed on all aspects of our national Chief of Staff and Aide. oteetAN, of Graford, Tex, was trani'erred ((Friday

strength and its relationship to security of the. free world.It Primary mission of Fair- Coming from from Staff,"boot ComNab camp"Six. at Great. ,"...""'j. ). The ,Admiral ,
is a command responsibility at all levels to utilize this WingsLant is Antisubmarine Lakes, III. were Larry Lambert, AA, of Bal. .; >' and ,his
occassion most effectively, and to enlist the cooperation of civil Warfare and is Under the com- Imore, Md James Smeed, AA, of Philadelphia f" staff are due
'authorities and community leaders so that all our citizens and thoseof mand of Rear Admiral Thurs- Pal Thomas Trussdale, AA, of .: to return to
other countries may, by first-hand observation of Armed Forces lugoff, S.C. Arnold Covey Jr, AA, of ,
personnel, displays and demonstrations, or through the various ton B. Clark. Cranston, R.I., and Roy Lancaster III, SA, ff Norfolk afterthe '
media of communications know how and where to stand as a The organization has four of Bridgeport, Conn. inspection.
formidable power for peace with freedom and Justice for all. Fleet Air Wings under its cog- April 19 saw arrival of Sandra MarInson VP-18 recently -
l Thomas S. Gates Jr.. nizance. These are FAW-11, JOSA, of Suttons Bay, Mich, from returned
I JO "A" School at Great Lakes, and Water .
of DefenseS FAW-3 at Brunswick Me. from
Secretary Adm. Clark a successful -
Mohr, ATAN, of Johnstown, Pa, from
FAW-5 at Norfolk, Va., and AT "A" School, Memphis, Tenn. deployment to Iceland and
The Armed Forces Day slogan "Power for Peace" means not Fleet Airship Squadron 1 at Abundla Solomon, Jr, TN, of Cavlte,i Sicily. Since returning. to Jacksonville -
only the military might of the United States but the power of 178 Lakehurst, N. J. PI, checked on April 20, followed by the squadron has been
million Americans, aware of their responsibilities, working daily Operating area for these Raymond Randolph, SA, of Hot Springs, training in the use of equip-
within the framework of our Constitution to maintain freedomand Ark. who arrived April 21. new
wings extends from the Carib-
ment and techniques of modem
bring about a lasting world peace.
bean to the Polar regions and anti-submarine warfare.
We of the Navy, which steadfastly upholds the cause of free- from the East Coast across the I Continue Developing
dom and peace, invite our fellow Americans to visit with us on Atlantic to the Mediterranean. Eagle Missile System The unit has been putting in
i
Armed Forces Day 1960. long hours to support its outstanding -
W. B. Franke, Washington (AFPS)-The Navy operational record withan
Secretary of the Navy Branch 91 FRA To has awarded a $21 million contract equally impressive administrative -
to Bendix Aviation Corp.
score.
e
Hold HouseBranch for continued development and
:
The Navy has made great strides forward in technology, but Open i
evaluation of the Eagle missile
the ultimate weapon of defense is still the alert, dedicated indivi- No. 91 of Fleet Reserve A porpoise was successfully
dual, both in and out of the Armed Forces. Assn. will Armed Forces Day system. milked at Florida's Marine Stu-

On this Armed Forces Day, we invite our fellow countrymento Open House on Saturday, May The Eagle is a long-range, air- dios near St. Augustine, and the
21 Hours for the event will be to-air, high performance guided milk was flown to the U. of Chicago -
facilities and meet
visit our bases, inspect our our Navy men
and women in order that they may become better informed of the between 1700 and 2100. missile that will be capable of destroying for analysis.
status of their Navy. The clubhouse is located at any enemy aircraft or From this analysis, a suitable
Admiral Arleigh Burke, 8554 Roosevelt Blvd. Free snacks aerodynamic guided missile ex- formula was developed which
Chief of Naval Operations will be served to all guests. I pected in the foreseeable future. could be fed to baby porpoises.




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4 JAX AIR NEWS 19 May 1960

Go Hurricane Hunting '


Storm 'Experts' Of VW.4 ; Classified: ] 1

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Ready For Hurricane SeasonThe ; 3 bdrm. home For In Cedar Sale Hills-pine pan

den, Ig kit, patio, fen. yd, hdwd .fl|, |Cm
por, Equity :$1300. Call SP 13299.
famous Hurricane Hunters of NAS Jax-based Air- agr S % ,k Ortega Hilli-3 bdrm, 2 bath, Ig bk
with trees, 4%%
yd loan, $79.50
borne Early Warning Squadron Four are rapidly bringing to mo. Call EV 95858. per

a close.l last-minute preparations for the 1960 hurricane sea- 30', 1953 house trailer-air cond, 9' by
son which begins next month. 20" all |jet, Intnl. cabana, rm pak deal In
The men and officers of VW4are proper authorities. In all ways good cond. Call SP 11723.
use extreme caution to prevent i'ii Cedar Hlllt Estates-3 bdrm, 2 bath
professionals when it
comesto Fla. rm, kit, Ig llv rm, qar, fen bk yd'Ocpy :
outbreak of fire from
hurricanes but what would the or injuries dn
In July, paymt $1,500, $86 mo.
civilian populace and those serv- falling objects. SP 1.3205 or ext. 268.

icemen not familiar with hurricanes Use the telephone for emergencies 3 bdrm, C.B., icrn porch, elec range,
$1,050, 4% GI
carport Equity, $54
do if a severe storm approached I only because jammed switchboards mo. Call SP 1.1796. per

Jacksonville? prevent bona fide emer- 3 bdrm, C.B. home-|al Fla. rm, tile kit
WHEN A hurricane threatens, gency calls from getting through. & bath, fen bk yd, B-B-Q pit, Equity $695

keep your radio and TV set turn- The Hurricane Hunters, in coordination I mo. paymt. Contact$68.50 Richards, Immed at O&R.pose, Venetla'Terrace.

ed on because this is your best with the Joint Hurri- I 3 bdrm home In Wesconnett-C.B., fen
source of information. Local news cane Warning Center in Miami, yd, $54.35 mo paymt. GI mtg cony to
broadcasts will give latest weather will provide hurricane early --------AL'AMEDA VISITORS-Above, C. M. Graff, (second from grammar& hi ichlt. Call SP 13346.
bureau advisories for right) of NAS Jax O&R. explains local aircraft schedule vs For Rent
the
for millions of
area. warning persons completions chart to two O&R Alameda visitors here last week Smf furn apt, close In Ortega, $35 per
Once it's imminent that a hur- again this year. W. R. Spiersch, (left) and R. C. Smith, (right). Looking on (sec mo. Call EV 8-4235 after 1700 or any
ricane will most likely strike this Unless each person who gets ond from left) is G., L. Gray of Jax O&R. Spiersch and Smith time Sat & Sun.
area, prepare the following items: these warnings does his part, were among 24 officials from the Alameda O&R who spent four Furn cottage with carport & tool houte.
here observing local methods. Below, J. S. left Reasonable. Inquire 8601 Roosevelt Blvd.,
fresh water supply, foods that require I however all the early warningin days Fagan ( )
,
Mrs. Wilbur Ehlen.
and W.
of NAS Jax W. Sharp of Alameda look at refueling
no cooking or refrigeration, the World will be futile. hose for an A4D. 4 rm house, kit equip, Ig llv rm, tile
a flashlight, first aid kit, fire bath, bdrm, tern porch, gar, $60. Call EV
extinguisher and battery transis- 8-4956.
Unfurn house, 1% bdrm, elec equip
tor-powered radio. MOVIES kit, carport, util! rm. Approx 2 ml N of
Store all loose objects, such as NAS, close to churches, schls & shp cen.
tools, trash cans, awnings and Call SP 1.4941 wkdays after 1800 & any.
lawn furniture which could be a'i! ii Thursday May 19 time on wkends.
deadly missile in 100 mph winds. Mainside! Walk Like a Dragon 3 opts from $11.50 to $13.50 a wk; or
$45 to $55 a mo; 1 or 2 sep bdrm; com
NATTCenter This Rebel
Make sure you secure all win- ; furn or unfurn prlvat entry off-the-street-
dows with board or tape. Breed; Hospital Paradise La- park; liv rm; kit, and bath. Close to dwn-
IF YOU LIVE in a lowlyingarea goon, all at 1900. twn and 20 mln from NAS, comp redec
Inside and outside. Telephone after 1700
that may be swept by storm Friday, May 20 -EV 89886.
tides or flood, have your auto- Mainside' Cell 2455, DeathRow Upper apt In prl home, air cond, river
mobile prepared beforehand and 1800 and 2000; NATTCenter view, comp furn Inclu linens & silver &
EVACUATE telephone. Wall-wall) car, maid ser if de
Walk Like a Dragon, ,1900; sired, TV, adults only. Call after 1700-
Once a storm hits, stay indoors. Hospital This Rebel Breed, EV 8-9886.
Don't'be fooled if the calm "eye" 1900. 2 bdrm, unfurn duplex apt, kit equip,
passes directly over because a few Saturday May 21 75. Call EV 4-3306 or EV 8-2994.
minutes later Unfurn, 1 bdrm, kit equip, tile bath
the
hurricane winds Mainside Rat Race, 1900; close to stores, schls, $60 per mo. Call
will resume from the opposite di- NATTCenter Cell 2455, Death EV 8-4956.

rection. Row, 1400 and 1900; Hospital 3 bdrm house, Orange Perk, $65 per
Listen to the radio or 'TV for Walk mo. Call evenings CO 49773.
Like
information a Dragon. lake Shore-house unfurn, 2 bdrm, kit
from the weather bureau Sunday May 22 equip, ven blinds, tile bath, clean, $75.
Civil Defense, Red Cross Call EV 8-4956.
and other such authorities. Mainside Bramble Bush, 2 unfurn houses, redc, 1 kit equip, In
AFTER THE storm has passed, 1400 and 1900; NATTCenter city limits, near NAS. Call EL 35422.

do not drive unless absolutely : .: ..:.:.... I Rat Race, 1400 and 1900; Hospital Blvd.Furn apt-$55 per mo, 4753 Standing

necessary. If you must drive, be Cell 2455, Death Row, 1900. Lake Shore-furn apt, small, clean, all
on the alert for undermined pave- Monday May 23 util furn, Ig yd, conv to stores, bus &
ment and broken NAS. Call EV 94275.,
power lines. Mainside Thunder Road
;
Sm 2-story furn house on riverfront-2
Report all downed lines, broken NATTCenter Bramble Bush; bdrm,on Cedar River, Ig grds, near shp
water or sewer pipes to the Hospital Rat Race, all at 1900. cen, churches & tchls, 1 child accept, $75
per mo. Call EV 9-4652 after 5.
Little Theatre To ______...___ ...nm______ Tuesday May 24 This 'n' That
Mainside Man Who Knew Found One gold wrist watch at Mason
Do Political SatireOne Too Much; NATTCenter Thun Field. Owner may claim by Identifying
Missiles, Manned Aircraft der Road; Hospital Bramble watch to CDR Honour, VP-18, 'Operations
of
Broadway's funniest ext. 8422.
recent Bush, all at 1900.Wednesday.. Found 1 black & white ladies' glasses.
comedies "The pr.
Girls In 509"is
Must Go HandInHandFinal '4 sets car keys. Pipe. Call ext. 730, Bank
scheduled to open tomorrow May 25 Bldg. No. 39.
night (Friday) for eight perform- Mainside Gallant Hours; lost No. 6 golfing Iron, MacGregor
ances at the Little Theatre on ( article in a series adapted from CNO's Seapower pro NATTCenter Man Who Knew Tourney on Station Recreation Field opposite
San MarcO Blvd. gram "Your Navy and Your Future.") Too Much; Hospital ThunderRoad CPO bks. or Golf Course. If found

Heading the cast of the political In the era ahead, ballistic missiles as weapons will un all at 1900. please Reward.contact Almqulst, PNC, ext. 367.

satire by Howard Teichmann will doubtedly play an increasing role in the event of an all-out Ride wanted-working hours 08001630.Call .

be Mildred Thomas and Claire war. Missiles, for some purposes, are the right tool for the ,::;'P'i SP 1.2462 or ext. 522.
Zundell. Other ritrht inh. Will swap equity In extra nice 3 bdrm
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principal roles will FOR'OTHER using countryside too. house In Corpus Christi, Texas for equityor
be played purposes, a
by Joseph Ferri SP
Robert Call
All these endeavors involvemen. property In Jax or vicinity.
Agnew, Marshall Grauer, Bunni ballistic missile would be like 't'm, 12966.Bluejackets'.
Machines
Thornhill and Al Pinon. trying to swat mosquitoes witha can take the << .
The recent baseball bat. Not all targets place of muscles, but they cannot '
production of the take the place of men. All our Inn
Children's Theatre, "A Chinese warrant, or are suitable for, this latest, equipment requires highly (
weapon. (
Legend i
has been
entry in the first Florida accepted Theatre for For these reasons, we will need skilled of, technicians, with a keen v i2: rY a'Y Books Ink Spots
manned sense responsibility and judg-
Festival June 17 at Daytona aircraft for the forsee-
able future, particularly in limited ment. : A first in the way of enter-
or local war. Only with man- Our nuclear ,Navy trains its tainment at NAS Jax is plannedfor
Military Promenade To ned aircraft can the human judg- men to keep up with these advances this Sunday night, May 22.

Feature Pal Week Here ment factors be applied.In in ships, weapons and The four Ink Spots, interna-

A Military Promenade will modern air combat, involv- equipment. The Navyman is tionally known recording stars

be a highlight of the local USO ing supersonic planes, machine geared to the world of tomorrow. will appear at the BluejacketsInn

Pal Week program tonight at guns are no longer effective. Our EVEN NOW, our Navy is ex- "' for two performances.The .

2000 at the Garden Center, manned aircraft must be armed ploring the world of tomorrow- :,;
Post St. and Riverside Ave. with air-to-air missiles, such as both the depths of the sea and and 2200.

The Jax Navy Band will Sidewinder or Sparrow II. the infinite reaches of speace. k", h "If I Didn't Care," "Paper Doll

play for dancing. The affair is AIR-TO.SURFACE missiles i At Pt. Mugu, Calif., the Navy "I'll Get By," and "WhisperingGrass"

semi-formal with Class "A" such as Bullpup, are also effective manages the Pacific Missile are just four of the great
uniforms to be worn. and give our pilots the accuracy Range, just as the Air Force does ; songs made famous by the Ink

A Loud Skirt and Shirt Con- to hit their targets with at Cape Canaveral, and the Armyat f" < Spots.

test is slated for Saturday at discrimination.For White Sands, N.M. (;;i, ,_' The "Chantels" will play be-
the USO Club, 331 W. Forsyth example, if we want to hita I And only recently the bathy- \.lJ.'i -_:-' '-:.;; / '-"' tween the two performances.

St. Prizes will be given for bridge, the Bullpup is the most scapth Trieste descended to 37- At AIMS the TO Stars"PLEASE-"I and Aim I t i -
the best Junior Hostesses' loud "Because Each day, some 300' pounds of
effective means. The same plane 800 feet off Guam in a program They're Young" are two flicks
skirt; and servicemen's loud could use an ,A-bomb, but this designed to shed new light onI that feature Victoria Shaw who I food are fed to the porpoises, sea
shirt would wipe out the surrounding the ocean's depths. seems to have been poured In- turtles, fish and other specimensat
I I I to that
gown. Marineland, Fla.


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1960
19 May JAX AIR ,age5

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.< Welcome aboard is extendedto

: ; );} ; Class 6019 while Class 6003
<;: 'ffi: ; graduates tomorrow.

0'o. 0'/ Class 6005 was named Honor ,
"
,.'. Class again this week. This classis
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determined each Wednesday

during personnel and barracks

inspection. Each,class starts witha

score of zero demerit points.

For each discrepancy, a minus

10 d/pts. is awarded. When pass-

:1S( ing in review, the class is gradedby

: .. :' five reviewers.If .
55 a class placed first by any
,
reviewer it loses no points, if sec-

ond, the class loses 10 points, andif

{ S'f placed third, it loses 20. If it

f e r s\ aya:+..: does not place in. the top three,
'
.. ;Yy}..:,.4drc .%,. it loses 30 d/pts. With five reviewers -
a class can lose as manyas

_.yaw: FAREWELL, PROP STOPPERS-Students of Class 6019 at For the student "Sharpest Sail-

NATTCenler's Aviation Electrician's Mate School, Class A led or" a class will earn 25 points.
by an instructor, march past three "fallen" buddies who were This Armed Forces Day To This award went last week to F.
caught walking under the propeller arc during classes on the
AE School "AirFam" ramp.'The ceremony above is carried out Rotzler of Class 6005 in the First

each time a student walks under the prop arc or leans on the Mark( 10 Year MilestoneA Platoon. In the Second Platoon,
props. It is said it impresses them with the possible final resultof "Sharpest Sailor" was J. L. Sow-
this carelessness if made into a habit. decade has passed since
Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine ers of Class 6011. .
the first Armed Forces Day
Corps Coast Guard, Reserve For- For support personnel, W. C.
celebration in 1950.
ces and auxiliary organizations.A Thomas, GFAN, was given the
CIVIL SERVICE THAT YEAR the secretary of
proclamation by the Presi- honor. -He's becoming a familiar
defense, with approval of the
I dent on Mar. 5, 1957, officially name in this respect.J. .
President, official recogni-
News In ReviewPreviously tion to a one gave day unified obser- proclaimed the third Saturday of W. Purtee, AOCM, has returned -

vance of the important role our each May as Armed Forces Day. from CPO Leadership
FROM THE first, the Armed
military plays in keeping the School to become supervisor at
in the Jox Air Newsit Teamed Forces Day observance has been AO School. He placed first aca-
1950
The slogan
was -
into effect in July. peace.
was reported that Departmentof goes 'Federal employee for Defense. devoted to emphasis upon the demically and second all aroundat
All of the
Defense was proposing a plan basic concept that our freedom the leadership school.
organization plans approved are The 1953 slogan proclaimed
.
which would lift some restric- and national security depends upon -
of the indemnity benefit type. Power for Peace. This phrase be- "
which from .
tions on employment of retired the power comes Aviation Electrician's Mate
These plans will reimburse the came so descriptive of our na- teamwork and national unity.
officers. School-We bid "smooth sailing"to
employee for costs of covered tional effort that it has remained.The .
The nut the Defense Depart- This year, as in the past, the Class 5949 which graduates
health care services. Plans will 1960 observance emphasizesthe
ment is trying to crack is the one i public is invited to view through tomorrow. To fill its shoes, Class
offer a high and low option each concept that the Free World,
which limits the amount of dual Open Houses, just what our 6021 will enter AirFam this-Mon-
with premiums related to the to which our Armed Forces are
compensation from the govern- Armed Forces are doing to make day. Class 6021 also enters AE"B"
.
value of benefits offered. committed, is the real Power for
ment. When a retired officer is the theme Power for Peace live. next week. -,,'
Peace. In some overseas areas the
eligible for employment in a Open House at NAS Jax will
Class 6011 under leadership of
,
A nation-w ide membershipdrive same theme will be carried under
civilian position in governmenthe be from 1200 to 1700. '
contest is being conductedby the slogan Partners for Peace. A. J. Drexel, recorded 946. points
is subject to the Dual Com- to take Honor Class'for the..week.
the National Federation of
of 1932.It ARMED FORCES Day 1960 is One of the unusual specimens
pensation Act Federal Employees its E. A.,, McKinney, AEC, of Phase
among intended to symbolize the unifi-
limited the amountof exhibited at Florida's Marine
originally I, wishes to thank all who made
members. The getting the
dual pay to $3,000 and, as recently person cation, common interest and in- Studios, the dragonfish, has the recent AE party such :'a'suc-
most members will get a
new terdependence of all the Armed :
amended, limits the aggre- poisonuous spines located on its [
cess. ,,
first prize of $500. Eleven other
Forces: back and underside. Serious in-
from such positionand
income a
gate
from $300 to $20 Congratulations to G. R.'Petitas -
prizes ranging
his retired pay to $10,000 per SIt gives the Armed Forces an Injury or even death can result (
AEC who received erit-
for
will also be given bringingnew ,
opportunity to demonstrate the from wounds inflicted by this
annum.
members into the organization. I orious mast for outstanding.workIn
Rep. Carl Vinson (D-Ga.), close working relationship of the fish. the money-saving constructionof

chairman of the House Armed III III III .y r,! : .: the transistor laboratory in
Services Committee, said if some- A nine-percent pay raise for 1.71 pr f ,f:}%./. : '% f a. .., >. : }.f; >f.f % Phase V.Welcome. ,

thing is not done soon to ease the million federal classified and back is extended to G.M. .

restrictions his committee would postal workers has been approvedby Mosier, AE1, who comes back

undertake to amend the law as the House Post Office and \ to AE "B" after a stint ,at the

far as officers working for the Civil Service Committee. :., /:, Hospital. Ji T. Denson, from.VP5 -

Department of Defense are con- Indications are that President 5 5, and K. J. Ryan, AE1, from.USS

cerned. Eisenhower will veto any pay Hancock, have checked into' 'AE

Lifting of the restrictions is of raise legislation this year. It takesa School for instructor) duty. I.,'

vital concern to federal employees. twothirdsvote in both the '. .

Many of them feel better House and Senate to override a Before students depart 'from

protected under the present law presidential veto. If finally approved Phase V of AE School, they're

and fear that the end of restrictions the raise would go into( .k44WL separated into two groups, generally

would be a danger to their effect July 1, I } y:il':; f.D9'o'frr: \r% selected on scholastic
jobs. standing.

Many feel it wrong to get two There will be 10 to 20 percentless Top 20 percent is selected for

pay checks from Uncle Sam, or traveling by Defense Depart- Phase VI "I," commonly known

specifically the Defense Department ment employees if a provision in :} r r'f'i, yy .ry' is the Instrument Phase.

-one in the form of a retirement the House-passed 1961 defense Under the watchful eyes of WO

check for his military money bill is upheld by the Sen- fl. C. Swan and J. M. Pierson,

services and one in the form of ate.The I ; = :: S. 4/ / \EC, the student goes through a
provision, which also applies five-week
involving
I course essential -
a paycheck for his federal job.
to military personnel, was information needed for

The Civil Service Commissionhas initiated by the House iG(+$.6.:4.44.2.: ?rlli.ui+:}., rr. .. *'.... ,..j //1/ the understanding of aircraft instrument -
which APproPria-1 SIGN FOR TRAINING Another class for Gray Lady systems.
Committee
approved 13 Federal em- tions trainees is scheduled next week at the Naval Hospital. Classesof
ployee organization health bene- trips were unnecessary. The total this type are held twice each year and meet with good Pilot-static systems, auto-pilots
response. Each Gray Lady candidate must attend classes for and compasses are just some of
in travel funds is 20 percent
fit plans and the 22 comprehensive cut three hours each morning next week, take an examination, then the instruments taught The

medical plans to be offered since the House previously reduced serve 10 hours apprenticeship before being "capped." Signingup Gyro, probably the most widely.
of for training are Mrs. June Brown, (center) and Mrs. Jean
under the Federal employees administrative expenses used component in aviation totday :
Burke. At left is Mrs. Anne Lawrence, co-chairman of Gray
health benefits program when it: DOD units by 10 percent. Lady Service at the Hospital. is thoroughly taught.II .





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Ground Officers School




To Move To PensacolaThe


NATTCenter Aviation Ground Officers School will

move to Pensacola June 10. The last class to take the course

will be Class 6017.
log one hour of flight time. This t t
AGO School commissioned '
was .rr:
was a GCA flight conducted for
February 11, 1952. Since then a p4%:;::}+:
the whole class in Trans-
Navy
a f'tz
total of 3,445 students have been .
At Pensacola at least 20 '::> xt fi;
port. {f,' r :
,graduated. Only one student has Y
hours of flight training will be L
; 4V
I j peen dropped from the eight-
given to each student in Navy
week course since its inception. trainers. }:asl
THE SCHOOL was formed to I :
Some of the students in the
Indoctrinate OCS graduates interested -
new school will be officers from
in the aviation field in
the Fleet, while others will be
the ? x '34ilv
general ,Navy Air Organization. 4 feoa
recent college graduates. For the ? 74r'
In the indoctrination Fleet I
Fleet officer the first of the '
phase
Air Units, AGO Billets, Naval Air :
operations and training programsare Pre-flight will be 10 weeks long

discussed.At while the college graduate will
spend 16 weeks in In
the pre-fight.
present time the schoolIs .
under the supervision of this phase they will receive Indoctrination -

Comdr. J. E. Todd. in aviation.' ..................___.___ ,_ ,__ __n. ..__m..m..w.._
Both classes of students will
The average class has 75 offi- WHAT'S GOING ON HERE?-Whak looks like the aftermath of a fire or bombing raid U really -
C 1's'who compile an average then go through eight weeks of Just a building being demolished by a wreck crew. Iff one of 11 temporary-type structures In
grade of 74 percent. basic training where they will receive the NATTCenter area being torn down. Eleven more are.slated for later femoral. The project ball
192 academic hours with 20 part of a Navy wide policy to surrey temporary and ieml-p rmanent buildings that do net have
DURING THE class time here, hours of flight time. a requirement In foreseeable future as a mobilization function. Removal of the buildings Will reduce
the students: were only'able to Station operating costt.Demolition.
UPON COMPLETION of basic
I
I i training the student will be
'given a choice of the following Of NATTC Buildings

JlAR lJJ; Zll' catagories: Maintenance electronics -


.Nf/lJfl igator, radar, AEW/ECM intercept operator evaluator, nav-, Explained By Public Works PairE

weapons and ASW evaluator. In

Three babies were born at the Naval these phases, flight hours range temporary-type
Hospital April 15 to lead off a busy from 30 to 84 hours and the' school buildings in the NATTCenter ent structures that do not havea duo. "The reduction in NATT-
week at the Hospital. duration ranges from sixteen requirement in the foreseeable Center training has left us with
trea in the of
Born that date were Cynthia Lynn, to are process mobilization function." which thereis
weeks to twenty, weeks. uture as a these buildings for
John Singer, SM2, and Mrs. Singer Cher being demolished. Eleven
(yrm Mae, to A/Sgt. and Mrs. John Oil- The school is part of a new others are being recommended "THE SUPPORT mission of the no justifiable used."

, I linger, and Marie Elizabeth, to Ltjg( ) and career program being establishedfor for removal later this Station will not be cut down by "Empty buildings require- a
Mrs. Kenneth Shirley. the AGO. Basically, the new year. this demolition," continued the considerable amount of maintenance -
Births of April 17 Included What is the reason behind this
\ to Gary Mosser, HN, end) Gary Mrs. Mot-Raymond program will permit the Reserve project? "Well," said Lcdr. J. E. thus the removal of them

\I ser, and Gerald Lee, to Jerry CovIngton, officer to be augmented into theRegular Washburn, DROICC, and J.. H. Do You Come To A Full, will reduce operating costs. We
EM3, and Mrs. Covington. Navy, easier. Vinyard, Special Assistant to do not have sufficient funds to

They Eight were births Dana were Sue listed, 'to for Fred April Brown 18. Public Works Officer, "it is the Or Rolling, Stop at keep up empty buildings."An .

AE2, and Mrs. Brown William Mark, to Navy Department's policy to sur- additional savings will re-
Charles Covll, SN, and Mrs. Covil; Georgette Fleet Reserve vey temporary and semi-perman- Stop Signs? sult to the Station on utilities.
Frances, to Irwin Melson, EM2, and The buildings under demolitionare
Mrs. Melson Walter Alan, to Edwin located at end of utilities
Groover, EOH2, and Mr.. Groover Susan Sets Memorial "
Melissa, to Andrew Bates, AN, and Mrt.. lines, they stated.
Bates, Christopher Theodore, to SP4 and BEFORE ANY government
i: Mrt.' Frank Frangella; Harold Eugene Jr., Services Sun. buildings are demolished, they
" to Harold Scogin, AEMAN, and Mrs.
ScogIn, and Robert, Joseph Jr., to Robert Memorial services will be con- are circularized to other govern
!'. Ruyle, AOC, and Mrs. Ruyle. ment agencies by the General
ducted
for the 10th consecutive
Born April 19 were: CynthIa Anne, to Services Administration. If no
Landls Lyons, ADI, and Mrs. Lyons; Anthony year Sunday by the local branchof acifr
agency has a use for them, theyare
Wayne, to Million Montgomery, AN, the Fleet Reserve Association,
and Mrs. Montgomery; Brenda Kathleen, in of those who surveyed from plant account
to Lt.: and Mrt. Sylvester Foley Vincent memory gave rolls. Then they are advertised
Anthony, to Joseph drlello, AN, and Mrs: their lives in service of their for general! sale or demolition.The .
I CirlellO Carolyn 'Ann, to Jimmy Par rot t, country.
A03, and Mrs. Parrott; Barbara Ann, to contractor pays for the
: James Constance.. AKC, and Mrs. Con-I Memorial Day services at All buildings and then resells the

t.. itarice\ Susan Diane, to Cecil Gravitt, ATC, Saints Protestant Chapel ,aboardthe lumber and fixtures.
and Mrs. Gravitt, and Sybil Diane, to Station will be under direc-
William/ Murphy, CS2, and Mrs. Murphy. tion of Comdr. Charles Long range plans for enlisted
Michael David, ion of Merle farence Beatty, housing to be built in the'area are
Jr, DC1; and Mrs. Farence, was born NAS Senior Chaplain. The hour- presently being cleared. The new
'April 20. Also born this date ware Donna long service begins at 1100.
lie)
buildings will of
Kay, fo Finley Hobbs, SFM3, and Mrs. An permanent-
Hobbs RObert Louis Jr., to Lt. and Mri. annual Fleet Reserve Association type construction, again in accordance

Robert .Pfelff, and Suzette Ann, to Kurt memorial ceremony will a a4 with Navy policy that
Kurtz, AMI 1, and Mrs. Kurtz. be conducted at the Station salut- states all new construction will

Five newcomers entered the worldApril ing battery, just off YorktownAve. F u be permanent.,
21 at the Hospital. They were TonI ,,
'. lee, to Thomes'Mill., AT2, and Mrs. Mills; at 1215. Concluding the L' Thus, any replacements for the
Denis R.nee. to Francis Streiblg, YN3, ceremony will be firing of three -_ WII-type 'temporary buildingswill
f and ", r.. Streiblg; Anna Marie, to Leo volleys by a firing squad, followed -
TAKES FIRST DIP be
The
Nary's newest permanent construction.
Culpepper, SKI, and Mrs. Culpepper Kimberly nuclear-powered
by sounding of "Taps. submarine, Tullibee, slides
to Ltg() ) and Mrs Larry Wiggins, down launching ways and Into the ANY PERSONS, military or
end Baby boy, to Clarence Moore, EN1, Flowers, furnished by local Thames River after christening at General Dynamic's Electric civilian, interested in
Boat Division at Groton. Conn. The boat purchasing
and sonar-packed
Mrt. Moor. FRA Unit 91 repre-
will then
be flownto
sents the latest the used
development
In the Nary's anti-submarine warfare building material can
r I sea by a helicopter and strewn development program. The vessel is designed to seek out do 50 at the demolition area. Se-
over the water in memory of and destroy enemy submarines. '
curity passes can be obtained at
I Scouting I I deceased soldiers, sailors and air- the site for
removal of the ma-
men. Rate Hike Nominations Closing Nears terial from the Station.

VAP VAPOR Those who desire may contri- Nominations for advancementin Personnel are cautioned that

The fellow eeen running around bute a single flower in memoryof rating to EE5, E-6: E-8 tests, when required, for the next demolition is very hazardous,

the squadron area giving out friends or relatives. The flow- and E-9 for the August service- higher pay grade prior to June 15, therefore, they should not wan

cigars Saturday has been identi- ers will be collected at scene of wide competitive examinationsmust the office reported.For der around the site unescorted.

the ceremony prior to beginningof be submitted by tomorrow Children should not be permittedat
fied as Gary Haney, PHA3, a the rituals (Friday), the Information and the first time, an Mditional the demolition area.

proud new father. All Station personnel, Fleet Education office announced early requirement for advancement to The demolition presently under

VAP rolls out the welcome mat Reserve and Auxiliary membersand this week. Senior and Master Chief fiatings contract is expected to be com-

to Lcdr. William Nowers, Ensign their families are invited to Nomination forms have been is completion of military practical pleted by August 27. Capt. J. H.

Donald Roberts, Gerald Annis, attend both Memorial Day serv- furnished Division Officers, and factors. Etter, NAS Jax Public Works Of-

SN, Don Williams, AA, and De- ices. additional forms are available in I&E says personnel who have ficer; is officer-in-charge of the

wayne Robideaux, AM2. Floorwalker: "And just why the I&E office. not completed these requirementsby Demolition_ Contract.

Nick Colquitt, PH3, will represent did the salesgirl slap you sir?" Persons' recommended must June 15 will not participatein According----t--------to I observations

the squadron at 1130 Sundayon complete the mandatory training the examination. Service Marineland at
Customer: "I don't know. All requirements Fla., baby porpoises,

the Cerebral Palsy Telethonon I said was, will you take something courses, military and professional will be computed as unlike most mammals, are usual-

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|ax Navy Fourthu. Sweeney Gadson Stkk.i


S. Militaryolleyhall ,


EventJax Stars In Flier Victory .


Navy finished fourth ine After five straight losses to collegiate opposition, >the

military, section of the Na- Jax Navy Fliers took the field against Downing. ,AC, ,an

onal VolleyballChampIonships independent nine, and won their first victory of the season. ,
t Dallas, Tex. last week, but Field.
11-9; Sunday at Mason
who also pitches for JU's Dolphins -
oked impressive in becomingie I
highest ranked team from a'T. .v. Pat Sweeney, ,with three hits "'"I
East Coast. and a pair of RBIs, and Bob Gad- Loss No. 4 and 5 came to the
e son, with a three-base blow, were Fliers at the hands of JU :Tuesday -
Presidio of San Franciscoon
The hitting stars for Jax Navy and Wednesday of last;week.
the military team title with
Of the five early season defeats,
amilton AFB capturing runnerp GADSON'S triple came in the four have been at the hand of
spot and Los Alamitos Navy eighth Inning along with singlesby
JU, with the other having been
"show" position. All three Securro Fran DeCarloand
aking Sam administered by the U of Florida
op clubs were from Californiaases. Pat Sweeney to provide five Frosh.IN .

... ...... for the winners.Joe '
'"'''''' runs THE TUESDAY defeat, !'Jax
HOT CORNER PLAY-Coming into third base too late
GOLDEN State
THE gets a is Roger Froor of Administration Raiders as third sacker Dale Williams, in relief of starter Navy was nursing a 10-9 lead in
ump on warm weather each Toley of O&R waits to put tag on Froor during action in last Don Ward, picked up the first the bottom of the ninth at'Jtfs
ear and volleyball performers week's Malmide League fracas between the Raiders and O&R. win of the year for a Jax Navy field when Charles Miles walked
om there, in addition to Hawaii, Administration won the game, 11-0. to continue their unbeaten hurler. Loser was Ray Vogel, two men and was relieved, by
streak through the season's first six games.
far advanced at
re most always Jack Koiser.Mr. .
his time of year because of long Koiser promptly got iwo

ractice sessions held on West Hospital Lone l )(..; men to pop out but was, then
oast beaches.In .:. f three-run
rudely startled by a
rJjy
helping Jax Navy to its Pin Team To homer by Jerry Lynch for a 12-10:

fourth place finish, three locals I JU victory.

gained more than a passing Retain Lead Although outhitting JU, 7-3,
glance from the board chosen to Jax Navy lost an 8-6 decision

select persons for the AllAmerican Hospital's pin wreckers continued Wednesday, due mainly to 12 free

military team which will to stay atop Continental VW-4 AdministrationPace passes issued by starter John

compete in the Olympic Volleyball League standings while new Goldberg.And .
Trials this spring. pace-setters took over in the three of the losers' seven

THE JAX NAVY trio in the American and National circuitsas League hits were doubles, one each by

running for a berth on the mili- competition rolled along on Softball Joe Rogers, Sam Bowman and

tary team for the Trials are Ray the Mainside intramural bowling continued to master oppositionin Sweeney. Goldberg took the defeat -
VW-4 and Administration with Darrell Leake pickingup
Winstead, Bill Manly and Jim front.
the Mainside Softball League last week with both clubs
the win.
Pitts. VW-4 "D" downed ComFair
in impressive victories. VW-4 is now 7-0 while the is
turning Next game for Jax Navy
Jax "A, 3-1, while the VA-44
In one of the final matches of
mark.
Admin Raiders hold a 6-0
slated for .Sunday at 1400 at
the tourney, Jax Navy and Los Hornets were winning a forfeit I Tickets to the clash of these
Field against Wesconnettof
victory over the VAP-62 Block Force tripped Aircraft Maintenance Mason
Alamitos hooked up in a tele- two clubs May 31 should be at a
and Marine Barracks the City League.
Busters. This knocked the Com 11-7,
vised tilt with the latter winningtwo premium if both squads continue
out of three games. Fair crew from first place in the unbeaten until then. walloped Hospital, 20-1.
American League with the Action on Mainside diamondsthis
Although the season is ended Hornets taking over the top rung. THE CANE Hunters hung up week: FLIER NETMEN

for Jax Navy, volleyballers are In other AL action, VW-4 "A" the most decisive victory over a May 19 --. 1700-FAETU vi Admlnlstra-( SHUT OUT JU
planning to still hold weekly VU-10 league 'foe this year in belting Lion, Yorktown Field, VA-35 vi 679th AF,
the Mallards
defeated 3-1
workouts at the NATTCentergym. ; VAP-62 last week, 20-0. Saratoga Field; 1930-lnfirmary vi VW-4, Jax Navy blanked JU, 6-0,
the Holy Rollers took four points Enterprise Field, and MARTD vi Operations In a varsity tennis match at
from Infirmary with the help of Administration, not to be out- Hospital Field. courts last
Charles Beatty's 220 game and done, pinned one on O&R, 12-4. May 23 1700-Admlnlstratlon vi VA. the Navy Exchange

Marines On MarchIn 617 set, and FAETU trimmed the In a later contest, VW-4 pickedup 44 Enterprise, Albemarle; 1930; VAP-62- Marine vi Barracks Operations vs, week.Top-ranked Tiff Boone,

Waves, 40.VP18 its seventh win of the season, MARTD, Enterprise, and FAETU vs VP-18,
Softball ChaseGoing 10-0 win VA35.In coach V W. Grilling Roger
jumped into the National scoring a over Hospital.May .
Beidler and Claude Brown,all
679th AF Marine
into the second half of League lead as it dumped the other action, VA-44 held 25 1700 vs whileBeidlerGreen
Barracks, Albemarle; VA-35 vs Infirmary, won singles matches
the season, the Marine Aviation I erstwhile leader, MARTD, 3-1. fourth place with a 16-2 romp Yorktown, VP-1 S vs Aircraft Maintenance, and Boone-Bill
Detachment, with a 6-0 slate, FAW-11 blanked Supply "C," over VP-18 while MARTD, in Saratoga, 1930 VW.4 v. Hospital, Hospital Hendricks won doubles tiffs.,

leads the field in the NATTCenter with the VA-44 Raiders and" VP- one of the closest games of the Field. STANDINGS Next match for Jax Navy is
Softball the to VP-5 and week trimmed the 679th Air ,
18
League.Playercoach doing same W L 'ct.VW. scheduled for today at 1430 at

M. S. Matthews Supply "C," respectively. Force unit, 54.THIRDPLACE. ." ............................ 7 0 1.000 the Navy Exchange courts
Administration .....__.. 6 0 1.000
pitched his charges to a 4-3 win Hospital kept its Continential FAETU, own- FAETU .......................... 4 1 .800 with Bolles School furnishingthe
over Aviation Ordnance School's League first-place' position de- ers of a 4-1 record, outplayed V A-44 ....................._.. 6 2 .750 opposition. Bolles ranks
"BB Stackers" to break a tie for spite losing a 4-0 decision to VA- Aircraft Maintenance, 11-1 while Marines ......................... 3 2 .600 among the top prep' school;
first 44. In other Continental activity, Operations pulled out a 10-5 vic- AP-62 ..._........._.._ 3 3 .500 in the state.
place last week. MARTD ......__........._ 2 2 .500 squads
The loss was the first of the Supply 'B' tripped 679th AF, 3-1; tory over O&R and Infirmary Supply ....- .. 3 3 .500
season for the Ordnance nine. VP-5 copped a 3-1 match from notched a 17-2 decision over Infirmary.....-............ 2 2 .500
Losing pitcher John Little Disbursing; VW-4 "C" and Ma- arch-rival Hospital. 679th AF .__.._.......... 3 3 .500 Special Nights Set
who had was rine Barracks split, 2-2, and Com Supply and VA-44 battled all VP.t8 .....-......_... .--- 2 4 .333
no earned issued only six hits and Fair Jax "B" dropped the Commissary the: way with the former eking V A.35 ................_........ 2 4 .333 For Jacksonville
in
runs five previous Cooks, 31. out a 5-4 win; the 679th Air Hospital ........__ 1 4 .200
games. Operations _.....___.. 1 4 .200
y'S Aircraft Malnt. ._........ 0 5 .000 Braves Ball ParkA

Hornets Runners-Up O&R ........_.._.._ 0 6 .000 couple of special attractionswill

be on tap at the Jacksonville

In Volleyball Event :.}. Bahe Ruth Loop baseball park when the Braves

Attack Squadron 44, carryingthe meet the Macon Dodgers in a

ComFair Jax banner into action To four-game stand starting tonight
S H :.FiG: ; Open PlayThe
came away with second Tomorrow (Friday) will,be All
Place in the AirLant volleyball Navy Jax Twin Hill Babe Kids Day at the park with a Shet-

tourney last week at NAS Nor- Ruth League has slated openingday land pony being given away to a

folk.The festivities at 1300 Saturday at lucky boy or girl. Other prizes

Hornets, coached by Lt. L j : Mason Field. will also be given out.

(Og) Joe Binczak, finished, close The opening game will be fol- High School Night is set for
behind ComFair Quonset for the lowed by a contest at 1500 while Saturday. The BravesDodgerstilt
AirLant title. 4FibHLNG two games are carded at Mel Ott
will be preceded by a game
Field in Cedar Hills on Sunday.The .
VA-44 team members include between Fletcher High of Jax

Bob Woody, Andy Bennett, Jerry >t Babe Ruth League is com- Beach and Terry Parker High at

Raymer, Ben Rotter, Al Waller, prised of two divisions, Eastern, 1815.
Herald Foster, Bill Goodman, which takes in the same area as The Charleston White Sox face

Melvin Wurster and Binczak. ,the Ortega Little League, and the the Braves Monday through Wed-

t Western, composed of communities nesday of next week. Game time

SKI TOURNEY JUNE 25 around Cedar Hills area. for all Braves home games is 2000
.... Players in the league are 13-15 with Sunday tilts starting at 1500.
The annual NATTCenter Water : PHIZ&b-bhown are the prizes to be given awayat
the completion of the NATTCenter Fishing Rodeo at 1200 years old and play on a regula-
Slalom Tournament is scheduledto on June 1. Among the prizes are five fishing rods six spinning tion-sized diamond. Four teamsare The Mainside Ping Pong tour-
be held June 25 and not May reels, one fly reel two telescope bamboo poles, a portable in each division with a 21- nament has been canceled, due

25, as previously reported by the grill, cooler and can fishing be obtained net and from lamp.NATTCenter Entries are Special still being Services accepted game schedule drawn up for all to the gym being closed for the

NATTCenler athletic representative. I clubs. summer.1May .
SIO Office. or a NATTCenler



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I Hurricanes, Devil Pups Hold Little League Top PostsThe USS Moale,


VW-4 Hurricanes and Ma- Vet
hits to United Electric 8-4. and the Live Wires Jim the hurler Pacific
rine Devil Pups lead the Ortega i I I upend ers,6-3, Ridling, winning ,
Scott who relieved Eddie Suddath 6-5 with his with homers
and Twin Hill Leagues, respectively Ayers, I squeaked,'past helped cause two
Clark in the fourth, gained the Bud Wright hitting a homer to and a two-base knock. Hosts PublicIn
at the end of the second
week of play in Navy Jax Little I nod. Ayers also led the Hornetsat assist Bill Hudgins in picking up The Hercules Homers shut out
the with three hits. the win. observance of Armed
League baseball action. plate the Little Chiefs, 5-0, as Bobby
I I NATTU defeated the Foremost In the Twin Hill loop, the Devil Click spun a two-hitter and' Forces Day, the destroyerUSS
THE HURRICANES remained Half Pints, 85. Glenn Beree was Pups defeated Food Fair, 7-2, blasted a home run. Mike Morganhad Moale, (DD 693)) attached't
undefeated in four games, trip- winning pitcher with Bob Coonan with Jerry Smith throwing a earlier pitched the Chiefs to o Commander Destroyer

ping the VA-44 Hornets, 6-3, on getting the defeat. Ronny Sargenthit two-hitter and David Gollaher a' 7-6 win over Jack's Gas. Squadron 16 at Naval Station
Don Wilson's five-hitter, and then his third homer for NATTU home will hold
pounding out a run. Warriors Mayport, Open
The NARTU scalped
back the NATTU Techs
turning while Robert Casey and Gary JACK'S GAS tripped the Devil House on Friday, Saturdayand
Hercules in the league's finale,
9-2. Zinn issued two
Larry only Kelley connected for the Half Pups, 17-9, despite another Golla- Sunday while docked at
hits for the win. Pints. her circuit blast. Winning pitcherwas 10-8. Hitting homers were Don the Navy-Marine Corps Re-

VA-44 held onto a secondplacetie IN OTHER Ortega games, the Glen Rier. Food Fair racked Rice of the Warriors and Mike serve Training Center on

with NATTU, slamming 13 Half Pints dunked Suddath Mov- up.a 22-4 victory over NARTU as Freel of Hercules. Morse St.
THE USS MOALE. now enter-

ing her 17th year of active service -
NARTU Units I will depart Mayport for the

.cq :e Morse St. pier at one o'clock
Play Big Role -m I Thursday with civic and com

munity leaders and members of
.. '
} the press aboard for the short
In ASW TestThe cruise.

The public is invited to visit
Naval Air Reserve Train- aboard from 1300 to 1600 on Fri-

ing Unit at NAS Jax played a F'r .x-k..:'SfS day, and from 1000 until 1600 on

prominent part in an antisubmarine Saturday and Sunday.COMMISSIONED .

exercise which was held & in February

May 14-17. 1944, the Moale received her
first rude baptism of enemy action
Taking part were 49 officers and while conducting an attackon

enlisted persons on active duty Japanese shipping and instal-

and28 organized Reservists from lations at Ormoc Bay prior to the
invasion of Leyte. In the short
NARTU and anti-submarine
space of four hours on the nightof
squadrons. Scheduled to partici- Dec. 2, 1944, the Moale, along
pate from NARTU are eight patrol with destroyers USS Sumner and

and anti-submarine crews. USS Cooper returned; the fire

The small scale NATO "ASW" of shore batteries, low flying

exercise was named "Short' Stop planes and surface craft guns.
One" and was held jointly by the I Unaided by other American

United States and Canadian Naval forces, the three valiant destroyers -
v ,,,,,,,,,,,,,__,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,0;.>9".W' <<'<<<_... ___...
and Maritime Air Forces in the splashed eight enemy planes
MAINTENANCE TECHNIQUES STUDIEDtt..t, AM3 of NAS Jax Maintenance Dept.,
and sank three It
Atlantic.The ships.
was
western (far left) W. H. Schmidt, AN, NAS Maintenance J. T. Coleman, AD3 VAP-62, and R. L. Waldrop,
exercise was scheduled by AD1 VAP-62. (right) demonstrate maintenance on a jet engine installation dolly for British Ad. during this battle, however, that
officers. Officers and Lcir. L. Kniffen. L. E. Gunter, AMC. USN the struck
Admiral Robert L. Dennlson Su- miralty escorts ((1 to rt D. RON Cooper was by a
Warrant Officer W. F. Brodick USN Comdr. N. Smith. RCNi Comdr. J. A. Laurich. USN. Bu. torpedo, broke in two, and sank
preme Allied Commander, At-, Weaps Capt. A. F. Turner, DSC. RN; Comdr. J. L. Wood. RN and Capt. J. B. Holt RN. The Cana. with the loss of 172
lantic and Commander in Chief, dian and British officers recently spent two days at NAS Jax observing lastest maintenance men.
THE MOALE, presently com-
Western Atlantic area. It was techniques.
manded by Comdr. Russell D.
conducted by Vice Admiral E. All Saints' Ward, also saw action during
B. 'Taylor, Commander, North Are You Familiar With ChapelTo
American Anti-Submarine De- WWII in softening up operationsfor
Hear Jax Rabbi I the impending invasion of
fense Force 'Atlantic.
Act? Lingayen Gulf the
Contingency Option Rabbi Sidney Lefkowitz of accompanied
"Short Stop One" provided Fifth Fleet carrier force in strikes
dntKsubmarine: ; training in the Jacksonville will be guest preacher I' against the Japanese homeland,

defense, .of;the North American Career service personnel should[-pleted 17 years service, but not at the 0930 service i at All and participated in the assault
become well acquainted with the
continenf.,against, attack from these yet having reached 18 years, for Saints (Protestant) Chapel on and occupation of Iwo Jima and
Contingency Option Act. This Act
and; ,,included ,emphasis upon pay purposes, should consult the Armed Forces Day Sunday, May Okinawa Gunto before steam-
grants the opportunity to
defens9 against# guided missile attack persons Career Appraisal Team in Room 22 to Comdr. CharlesE. ing into Tokyo Bay on Sept. 16,
share their retirement according
compensation
,)by, enemy submarine. 232, Building 500 at NATTCenter.That 1945 soon after the war was
with dependents. Beatty, NAS Jax Senior Chap
Other objectives of the exercise office can furnish detailed over.
is
This done by a person elect- lain.
Were to test and develop tactics ing to provide annuities for his information concerning benefits I

doctrines,and procedures for dependents and receive accord- and options provided in this Act. Pastor of Temple Ahaveth Exciting ProgramContinued

coordinated NATO AntiSubmarine ingly reduced amounts of retired Failure to execute a positive Chesed, Rabbi Lefkowitz is au- ,
Warfare operations.A' election of option before comple- xiliary chaplain to members of ( from Page 1))

oi pay.All tion of 18 years service precludes his faith in the Armed Forces in The once classified radar will be
total 28!ships and six air- persons who have com-
craft squadrons took part in forever that person's participationin this area. In this position he is viewed in actual operation as it

"Short.;$(top\, One."?:Among these AF Streamlines the Act's benefits. endorsed and appointed by the picks; up cutaways overhead of ,and aircraft land eng-objects
Jewish Welfare Board.
ships were the aircraft carriers
New Do-It-Yourself ines of various types will not
USS tafft, Forge: and HMCS' Aviator TrainingThe Rabbi Lefkowitz has preachedat only have in evidence the inner

.Bon-Adventure......\ I:, ,. Kits At Hobby Shop the Protestant Chapel on pre- workings, but the engines will
Air Force has consolidatedits !I The NATTCenter Hobby Shop vious occasions and has appearedas be in operation to reveal partsin

KISMET 'FINALE' pilot training program in 'a has added some do-it-yourself guest speaker at other Station motion; the material handling
move to alloW' a student to receive -
functions. display will be enhanced
kits to its already ample stock. 'by
SLATED TONIGHT all of his training at a Centerites may purchase basket disclosure of the Navy's method

Tonight (Thursday) is the single base. weaving kits, one and two tube 'of loading and unloading bulky

last"night, for( 'the local, production The old system of pre-flight, radios, assorted crystal sets gas WB HANAT KEEP U3 supplies; and members of the

it of the,hit Broadway"musi primary and basic schools at three ship models, new paints and gas, BOND : ,77th Airborne Special Forces
!
r cal "Kismet" :on, the stage of different locations will be re- electric, and plastic car kits. TOGETHEB' Group with their paratroopers'

the Florida Theatre. Curtain placed. And all flying instructionwil All of the new items are avail- paraphernalia, will unveil opera
time is 2030. be done by Air Force pilots. able in the Sales Room. tions of their equipment.

:The Jacksonville Opera and Now all primary flying instruc- Rooms are available for those Commissary personnel will be

Choral Society is staging the tion is done by civilian contract people who wish to work on their present to divulge Navy techniques

production which features schools using civilian instructors. kits at the Hobby Shop. In addi- V vU.S of baking and will even

some of this, city's top dancingand First part of the new program tion, space is available for tools v 'have samples of cookies on hand.

singing talent. includes phasing out of flying and storage. ALSO INCLUDED in the exhibit
Tickets are on sale at the training at Moore AB Tex. Bainbridge '
; The Hobby Shop, located in section will be the Navy's
Nice House of Music, Chas. AB, Ga.; Graham AB, Ma- Building 503, is open seven days a currently operational Bullpup,
Wells Jewelers, Hoyt Hi-Fi rianna, Fla.; Spence AB, Ga; and Week from 1300 to 2100. Sidewinder and Sparrow mis-
delity Centers and the Tourist Bartow AB, Fla. SAVING5ONP siles; foreign weapons; survival

and Convention Bureau in The following bases were selected Lucky Ones gear, used by various branchesof
downtown Hemming Park. to conduct the new com- the armed services; various
Continued from Page 1))
bined training program: Webb ( types of aircraft; and an engine
An organizational meeting for AFB, Tex.; Reese AFB, Tex.; about an hour before the 1600 overhaul exhibit 'depicting work

the NAS Swimming meet will be Vance AFB, Okla.; Craig AFB, drawing.The performed by employees of
held Friday in the Athletic Officeat Ala.; Moody AFB, Ga., and Wil- complete prize list is pub- Overhaul and Repair Depart-

Mainside gym. liams AFB, Ariz. (AFPS) lished on Page 3. ment.Page .