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Parachute Jumps To Feature A F Day Program

A series of parachute jumpsby
members of a U. S. Army jumps, to be climaxed by a ing call to perform if needed ALSO ON the agenda will Navy Relief -Society: fund
Airborne unit, including a demonstration by the Sky- will be members of the 322ndArmy' be a firefighting demonstration drive. Many more gifts, do-

daredevil parachute drop by divers. Reserve Special Serv- by Navy firefighters who nated by local merchants,
the famous Skydivers, will The latter are daredevil ices Group of Jacksonville, will extinguish a flaming air- have been added to the $10,000list
highlight the Open House program paratroopers who drop from a commanded by Lt. Col. Henry craft; and a helicopter rescue making it probably the

slated for NAS Jax on helicopter at 5,000 feet and Wolfes. pickup. largest array of prizes ever
Armed Forces Day, May 21. free fall for several thousandfeet Action part of the program Static displays of aircraft, given away in Jacksonville.
Open House hours will be before opening their will open with a demonstration combat equipment and mate- TOPPING the prize list area
from 1200 to 1700.A chutes, hitting the bulls eye by a team of combat ex- rial from all branches of the 1960 Chevrolet Impala con-
SPECIALLY with deadly accuracy. perts from the 77th Airborne armed services will be seen in vertible; a 1960 Triumph road-

team from the 77th Airborne selected The jumps will be made Special Forces Group in tech- Hangar 114 and the surrounding ster; and a 15-foot runabout
over the parade ground area, niques of hand-to-hand com- area. with motor and trailer. Spe-
Special Forces Group from between Yorktown and Albe- bat, survival methods includ- Still another great attrac- cial ceremonies have been set
Fort Bragg, N. C. will demon- marle streets. ing snake handling, and other tion will be the giving awayof up for the drawing, which

strate techniques of parachute ON HAND to assist in the combat methods employed by $10,000 worth of prizes to will be held at about 1600 in

jumping with a series of three parachute jumps, and await- the group. lucky contributors to the Hangar 114.

NAS Jax To -

Publish 20thBirthday

BookWork Jf1K Y.

has begun here on a '
Historical and Pictorial Re-
view to be published in the I
early fall to commemorate20th Vol. 18 No. 10 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 12 May 1960

anniversary on Oct. 15,
1960 of the founding of NAS kti !
Industrial Mark
Jacksonville.The Safety
review will be compiledby

a trained staff of military pub-

lishing specialists from the Army Registered By Station
and Navy Publishing Co., undersponsorshi'p
of the Naval Air Sta-
tion. i NAS Jacksonville has during the past few months held

TO BE COMPILED in book an exceptionally) good Industrial Safety record, according toa
I Bureau of announcement.
form, the Historical and Pictorial ( Weapons
; Charles Able, NAS Jax Safety
Review will include the historyof fr Superintendent, reports statisticsto without any more lost-time acci-
all commands based aboard; prove that number of lost-time dents and lost man hours," Able

story of present day operationsof accidents and lost man hours says, "our frequency and severity
all units, their missions and aboard the Station are definitelyon rates both continue to improve."
training photographs of activi-
; the decrease.IN HE ADDS THAT NAS Jax"has
ties, plus individual photographsof
had as low a frequency as any
all personnel assigned.The DECIDING the frequency of
establishment in the
book will be priced at $7.00 casualties, he figures "frequency"as .
Bureau of Weapons organization.This
number of lost-time accidents
and for sale to
per copy
goes for the severity rate, "
personnel on a voluntary sub- I in a specific year, times one million also." ,'
scription basis, solely. Working, vY 4: divided by total of man
schedules for taking photographswill i hours worked and "severity" as During the first two months of
be arranged with the pub- number of days lost due to a the year, the Station placed third
<< -' II lost-time accident times mil- 33 activities with
one among comple-
lishers there will be
so If It isn't it had better be
interference with operationsand I wonderful lion, divided by man hours ments of 1500 or over, in keepinga
if you wish to be recipient of over $10,000 worth of
training of any unit. The prizes to be given away to lucky contributors to the 1960 Navy worked.At nearly perfect record.
photographic crew of the pub- Relief Drive at NAS Jax. There is a little over a week left to the end of February, Able "Our marked improvement,"
contributors to prizes. The prize
donation tickets entitling
lishing company is already aboard list, according to those who have had experience in such giveaway says NAS Jax' frequency rate Able says, "is due to the con-
and has begun its task. programs, is one of the largest and most outstanding of stood at .97, while severity was tinued efforts on the part of all
SUCH PICTORIAL books have its kind anywhere. Lcdr. R. A. Weir (left) ticket chairman, and 30. By the end of last month, hands to observe simple rules of
met with tremendous success at Comdr. P. A. Quarles Navy Relief campaign chairman, place
tickets into'barrel during one of the check-in days.GiveAway however-only two months later safety and the untiring efforts! of
other installations and serve as a
means of implementing the -the frequency rate had loweredto the shop safety committees."

Navy's internal and public information Date For .46, with severity rate down to He also praised the top oper-

program by informingthe 15. ating officials of the Station's

families, parents and friendsOf "As the Station goes along various departments.
the military and civilian per-

sonnel of the type of duty, train- N R Prizes Nearing
ing and activities in which their

unit is engaged. It serves as a
permanent.memento of each per- What was originally announced as $10,000 worth of prizesto

son's tour of duty and employ- be given away to lucky contributors to the Navy Relief t ;-
ment. This is the first such book Society fund drive being conducted at NAS Jax, has grown ,
'attempted. and grown to take on the proportions of becoming the biggest

All work incident to compilation give-away program in the history of Jacksonville.To tl

and production of the cruise the original list of 16 major prizes have been added four I II
book will be accomplished by representatives more "top" prizes, along with some 20 additional assorted prizes
of the publishing donated by various merchants in the Jacksonville area. x:. y :, 1
company, in cooperation with all THE PRIZE LIST IS TRULY sensational in every sense of the
participating units, under direc- word and includes something for everyone. Donation tickets for the },; : Y t< r rF 1 1j'
Information prizes are 50 cents each and there is no limit on number of tickets I
tion of the NAS Jax purchased. Personnel are reminded that they not only have a chanceto ,., \
Office. win one of these wonderful prizes when they purchase a ticket, .j': ''I
but their money goes to the Navy Relief Society to help Navy fami- I:. tt t
lies in distress.
Credit Union Mails
The prizes will be given away on May 21 at the Armed Forces c} 'Nf i !
Member StatementsJ. Day Open House program with the ceremonial site to be somewherein \
the vicinity of Hangar 114. !

F. O'Connell, chairman of the HERE IS THE LIST OF PRIZES accumulated to date:

Supervisory Committee of the 1960 Chevrolet Impala convertible, valued at $3644. I
Jax Navy Federal Credit Union, 1960 Triumph, roadster, valued at $2775.
announces that statements have Span America 15-ft runabout with Wizard motor and TeeNeetilt !
been mailed to all members requesting trailer, worth $1615.
bal- Five piece Rogers sterling silver tea set, valued at $385. I
them to compare Two two-ton Mathes window air conditioners, worth $325
ances on the statements with their each. I
own records.If 16 cubic-ft. Admiral freezer, valued at $340. -
the balance does not agree Two sets of Wilson gglf clubs for men, with bag, $385 each. LEADERSHIP HONORMAN Getting congratulations as
with the individual's record, that Two sets of Patty Berg .golf clubs for women, with bag, $350 top honorman of the recent class at the ComFair Jax Coun-

person should notify a member of each. selor/Intenrlewer School is H. O. Rogers AQ1 of VAH.3 at
the committee at once, O'Connellsays. Two Johnson Sea Horse outboard motors, 5% hp, $250 each. NAS Sanford. Offering a certificate to Rogers is Rear Admiral

., Kirby: Home Sanitation Unit, $190. Kenneth Craig Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville. (See story.
(Please turn to Page 8, CoL 4)) (Please Turn to Page 8, CoL 4)) Page 8)).


12 May 13RQ
-.r. --
-- I Catholic Mission

J1I S 0 0 Set Next Week


MAS, JicboavUU Ai St. Edward'sThe

C pt. James R. Reedy ..................................."""....................... Commanding Officer servlcer&en and
Comdr. Robert Nelson ................................ ...........................".""...Executive Offlecr Since 1960 is a big election year and many local annual Mission for Catholic:)
NAB taxi Fleet Air Jtcktenvllle their wives wish to vote by absentee ballot, the Jar Air News men and women will be held next

Rear Adm. Kenneth Craig .......................................................................<. Commander may information on how these ballots may be week In St. Edwards Chapel
Capt. Graytton H. Weber ...................................................... Chief of Staff, FalrJax outlines. state-by-state announced by Comdr. it
Capt. Nelson M. Head Chief of Staff, NAB Six obtained. election votes on a constitutional was Wil-}
Fleet Air Wing Eleven NORTH CAROLINAMay Harm F. Doyle, Catholic Chaplain.

Capt. Robert M. Milner ...............................................................>..........? CommanderCapt. federal amendment. Dates for the Mission are Sun
nominates is
Charles L. Umblng ............................................................ Chief Staff Officer 28 primary Absentee voting general. day, May 15 through Friday
Naval Air Technical Training Center state and local offices. Age 21, six month's residence and May
Capt. Robert J. Fleming Commanding Officer Absentee ballot is allowedservicemen ability to read and write Englishis
Oomdr. Gerald R. .Pearson ............................................................ Executive Officer and spouses. Age 21, required. Registration is permanent Mission is a series of spiritual
Naval Hospital a year's residence and ability tread I for regular voters, serv- exercises, consisting principallyof
Capt. William L Engelman 00 Commanding Officer instructions and
Capt. John G. Feder ............................."................................,........ Executive Officer and write from the Consti- ice-connected persons may apply sermons. It
intended to review
NARTU tution are required. Registrationis with post card ballot application. fundamental
Capt. F. H. Holt ........................................................................ Commanding Officer permanent and allowed with be made Catholic beliefs and practices,
Comdr. H. Hudglni ................;.................................... Executive Officer Application may any with a view to improving spirit
post card application by service time. Marked ballots must be received -
Printed commercially with appropriated funds In Jacksonville, Florida at no men, spouses and civilian em by close of polls election ual life of the participants."A .
expense to the government end In compliance with NAVEXOS P.95 Rev. July 1958. ployees. Mission," says Chaplain
Distributed free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Jacksonville, day.For "is something like
be made at Doyle, an administrative
Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Center, Fleet Air Wing 11,. Naval! Air Application may more details, postcard ballot -
Reserve Training Unit and the U. S. Naval Hospital. any time. Marked ballots must bin e applications (Standard Form inspection. We look

Service Information Officer .................... Comdr. Alex N. Mclnnls Jr. by 1500 election day. 76) and help in establishing eli- into all the nooks and crannies,
Assistant, Service Information Officer: .................... Andrew H. Planey OREGONMay the procedures and practices and
Editor-Gordon Robbie; Staff Reporters-Mae Spencer, J02, Gene Hagan, JOSN; gibility, see them against the
measure teach-
20 is for
Sandy Martinson, JOSA; Sam Bowman, SA. Photographer-Roscoe Carter, PH3. primary presi- their voting officer.
The Jax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material dential preference, election of Ltjg( ) George Cagle, NAS Jax ings of Christ and the Church.
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing credit Is given.. Photographs, delegates, and committee men and Assistant Military Personnel Officer Where we find discrepancies, we
unless otherwise credited, are official U. S. Navy Photographs. remedial action.
nomination of Federal, state and
is the Station Officer -
Editorial offices located In Room 230, Main Administration Building. Phone extensions
8164, 656, 272 or 216. local officials. A May 20 specialOPENING The Mission activities will con-

--_ .-- -- .-m. _..m__._._____.,._..________.__ sist of daily Masses at 0600 and
Certain EM Rates 1645, with a brief instruction after
Traffic Offenses each Mass. The real meat of instruction

and exhortation will be
Needed To ApplyFor Aboard Station in the sermon to be given each

evening at 1930.

Sub Training :: Keep Police Busy The Reverend John Schroder,

Volunteers are requested for a w :: a S.J., of the Southern Jesuit Mission
basic submarine training, accord- Z t: During the month of April, 151 Band will conduct the Mis

ing to a SecNav communique. ,, .. Jt tickets were issued by Stationolice sion. Father Shroder has conduct
Submarine nuclear power @ :: > to violators aboard the ed several Missions in local Cath-
Naval Air Station.
training and the fleet ballistic f... olic Churches.
Appearing before the Traffic -
missile submarine uti- : :
programs : ..
lize many trained enlisted per- :-- \ r-- : Officers were some 117 cases,

sonnel. This leaves many vacan- fl while the U.S. Commissioner dis- WWII GI

cies for the enlisted basic subma- a \ posed of 18 violations.

rine course. Following offenses were com- Loan Final

Persons in all applicable rat- mitted during April: reckless
ings indicated in Enlisted Trans- driving, 7; obstructing traffic, '1;
improper parking, 36 failure to Date NearAbout
fer Manual, Chapter 10, may apply ;
for initial submarine training stop at stop signs, 15; speeding, two months remain
with requests particularly solicited 54; faulty equipment, 7; inatten-
during which WWII veterans
from persons in EN, MM, ET, tive driving, 2; involved in on- may apply for GI Home, Busi-
IC, TM, EM, SO and RM ratings, t Station accidents, 23; involved, in ness and Farm Loans. The cut
grades E-4 through E-7. off-Station accidents, 1 and other
offenses, 32. off date is July 25.
Those chosen will have an excellent The Traffic This will bring to an end a
Officer handed out .
opportunity for early assignment -
to initial submarine I' "CEREMONIES' :':'Mrs. Pearl Smith, ((left) 'president ;-" :<< I 50 CO restrictions; 1 restriction and I more post-war than program five million which WWII saw

training and for later assignment of Jax Navy Wives Club presents gavel to Mrs. Doris ; 5 were sent to Traffic School, I veterans take advantage of the
to FBM submarines or nuclear Davis, Southeast Regional Vice-President at opening of Southeast while 1 was restricted and sent
Regional meeting of Navy Wives Clubs of America which to Traffic School; 9 received GI Bill loan provisions since
power training. was held Monday through Wednesday of this week in Jackson warnings; 11 cases' were dismissed June 22, 1944.VETERANS.
The communique directs aU ville. The conclave opened Monday morning with an address 3 who apply before
and welcome, from Capt. James R. Redey, NAS Jax commanding ; were indefinitely suspended;
commands to forward of 25 will be allowed an
requests officer. 10 sent to the CO for action and July
volunteers who meet require- 25 violators were suspended.Of additional year, or until July
ments to the Chief of Naval Per- the tickets issued during 25, 1961, in which to have the
sonnel (Attn: Pers-B2131.) Navy Wives Clubs Hold April, 4 were forwarded to other loan processed and actually

Deadline for submission of re- commands for action, 6 were closed.

questsis Dec. 31, 1960.New Southeast MeetThe visitors, 1 transferred from NAS These dates do not apply to
I Region Sax and no further action was Korean Conflict veterans. They

Vets' Pension taken. There were 11 accidents by have until January 31, 1965, to
Southeast Regional Meeting of the Navy Wives privately owned vehicles and by make a GI loan application.

Ruling AnnouncedVeterans Clubs of America_opened_ its .three day session Monday a1 t government vehicles, 13. .I WWII veterans who also

who have been in- the Dewey Park Clubhouse. He told the gathering that the I Some 17 tickets are--- -nwnHn.. -...?.." served during the latter con-
Mrs. Alice Meyer of Jax disposition.
flict considered Korean
ellgibile for pensiohs because Naval Air Station is
very proudof
Club No. 86, general chairman of of GI
veterans for the
their annual income was above the fine work of Club No. 86. purpose
the event, opened the proceedingsand New .
Piper Aircraft loans.
prescribed by present law He said, "This Clubhouse cer-
may become eligible under the introduced the Jax Club tainly is a tribute along the 'do it Selected UNDER the GI Loan pro
new pension system to take effect president, Mrs. Pearl Smith. yourself' line. By Navy gram, qualified veterans are
July 1. MRS. S M I T H welcomed the "THE NAVY Wives Clubs area The Navy expects to enter offered the opportunity to oj-

The present law requires that 8 members and honored guests.She force for good in public rela- negotiations soon with Piper Air- tain VA-guaranteed or insured
single veteran's income must not introduced Mrs. Doris Davis, past tions," Capt. Reedy continued. craft Corp. for a number of light- loans to purchase, build or improve -

exceed $1400 while a veteran with president of the local Wives Club "The disaster work at Charleston weight utility aircraft, the Piper a home, buy a farm ur

dependents may have an annual and now Southeast Regional Vice last year certainly pointed up Aztec. farm supplies, and buy or expand .

income of $2700 and still be eligible president, Mrs. Davis will presideover the part Navy Wives play in the A five-place, twin-engine plane a business venture.

for pension payments, B. J. the business sessions of the community. A spirit of doing with top speed of 215 mph, the Veterans in rural areas sad:
Gannon of the Jacksonville VA conclave. good underlies actions of the Aztec is powered by two 250-hp in small cities and tOWI'4
Office points out. members," he averred. Lycoming engines.It where guaranteed loans use
Under the new law, a single Capt. James R. Reedy, NAS The invocation was offered by is to be utilized where possi- not generally available a1''

veteran has his income limit increased Sax commanding officer, then Lcdr. W. J. Davis, Naval Hospital ble as more economical trans- eligible for direct home and

to $1800 and a veteran welcomed the group to the area. Chaplain. portation.A farmhouse loans.

with dependents may have an income Other guests at the opening tournist down The Direct Loan progra:
of $3000.Complete TIDE TABLETides session were: Mrs. Reedy; Mrs. lost in a town he was became for both WWII and Korean
information about the Mildred Erdman, Field Director visiting for expire
the first time. Playing it veterans, however, will
new pension system may be obtained at Atlantic Beach: American Red Cross; Mrs. W. R. telephoned the local safe, he on July 25, 1960.
at the VA Office, Room HIGH LOW Staggs, and Lt. Alice Marshall, tion. police sta-
- 302 ,of the Federal Building. Navy Department Liaison officer -
A.M P.M. A.M. P.M. "Where in
are you phoning The
from privateer
for Navy Wives Clubs. captain of a
Fri. 9:30: 9:57 3:21 3:28: he was asked. '
,Wife: "I was. crazy when I mar- Mrs. Erdman, Mrs. Staggs and the War of 1812 was offered/
Sat. 10:25 10:52 4:15 4:24 After
: a glance
out the
window refused
ried you. Lt. Marshall served as crew of release convicts.
Sun. 11:23 11:49 5:13 5:24: scrapbook he replied: "I'm
Hubby: "Now you tell met"! awards judges. 'Walk' corner of them on the ground
and 'Don't Walk.: too many crooks spoil the ,10c1"Page

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12 May 1960 JAX AIR NEWS P.g. 9

I Fabulous Navy Relief Prize List Grows And Grows British Navy

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? Team VisitingStation .

; :''y Y TodayToday

: '. .... ., r,*
.. >'.:u.:- "
:..: ::y. "
: of
... at noon a group
..:, British Admiralty' officers are
due to arrive here for a two-

k, day visit of Navy area facili-

L Following their arrival, the officers -

Tc will confer with Rear Adm.

:.. Kenneth Craig, Commander Naval -
\ : vim Air Bases Sixth Naval Districtand

Commander Fleet Air Jack-

k \ : m Sk sonville. The discussion will cen-

I4 ? ter on operation and maintenance -
control programs and train-
'- .J
s$4 \ ing requirements in fleet activi-

? ties.THE
FOLLOWING day, the

: group will tour O&R, Public

k : Works and Aircraft Maintenance
Departments. The visitors will be

briefed on functions of the departments -

and in particular on
the Navy's program of maintenance -

I 1M n lI Jt J _., .. T ?! techniques.:
MORE PRIZES FOR NAVY RELIEF CAMPAIGN The priie list for the Navy Relief Society fund railing campaign mounts The party will tour NAS Cecil
with each passing day. A full $10,000 worth of prizes have already been obtained and it was announced early this week that Field Friday afternoon.The .
many, many more prizes have been donated by merchants of Jacksonville. This makes the prize list something to behold and the
size of the prize list betters the odds for each contributor. In fact it has been noted that the odds were never better for winning an group is visiting U.S. Naval
outstanding prize than that available right here at NAS Jax during the Navy Relief Drive. The prizes above. and many. many more, aviation operating and overhaul
will all be given away to lucky contributor to the Navy Relief at 1600 on Armed Forces Day at NAS Jax. Prizes identified above activities for a period of three
include (front row) Kirby Home Sanitation unit (vacuum cleaner floor polisher), two Philco portable TV set Go-Car Skill Saw weeks at the invitation of the
mu and driver-operated lawn mower. Scattered along the back raw are two sets each of men's and women's golf clubs with bags
two Johnson Sep Horse outboard motors: Zenith portable Hi-Fi recorder: two Maihes air conditioning units; 16-ft Admiral freezer Chief, Bureau of Naval Weapons.
and a Boy's and girl's Schwin bicycle. Read the complete prize Hit on Page 1. THE VISITORS include Capt.

Arthur F. Turner, Director of
BEWARE! YEAR'S ONLY DUO Aircraft Maintenance and Repair,

lAX HEIRNEWS. British Admiralty; Capt.,John B.

Holt, Assistant Director Air, Ra-
TROUBLE DAY DUE FRIDAYWhat dio Division,' and Comdr. John L.

Wood, member of the Aircraft

A baby boy, Tyrone lee Jr., wee born characteristics would of the location of the lost turn your bed on a Friday you I Maintenance and Repair Dept.
April 8 to Tyron. Bennett, AD 3, and denote a superstitious per ob3ect.1 will not sleep. Comdr. Neil Smith and Lcdr.L. .
ANOTHER superstition
Mrt. Bennett. ? Well around the Nava]
son These are Just a few of the D. Kniffen of the Royal Cana-
Two baby girls were born April 9 at Air Station that would be it is bad luck to start a
the Naval Hotpltal. They are Molly Denise on a Friday. many old tales. This reporter dian Navy will accompany the
to A2/C and Mri. Earl Sowell, and hard to answer since supersti must say bon voyage now and group.
Susan Elizabeth, to Ernest Adler, PH2 and tious people seem to be a rarity Cutting ones' toes or visitingthe
start journey today as
Mrt. Adler. here. sick bore ill luck to the doer a new
Born April 10 were James Franklin, to sailors are loathe to begin a voyage -
Seeing as how this Friday is in ancient times.
Lt. Col. and Mri. Duane Fultz James I FutureIs
Richard Jr., to Pfc. and Mri. James Thor- that day of all superstitious days, Still another said that if you on Friday.A Bright

ton, and Peggy Ann, to Elmer Hupp, the 13th, a Jax Air News reporter
PHG3 and Mri. Hupp. set out to interview a few people 'Barbershop Quartet Due dapper city dude bought an PredictedFor

April 11 It the birth date for two little to find out what superstitionswere Anyone want to Join a barber- old broken-down horse from a
boyS Lawrence Harvey Jr., to Law- cattleman who was glad to get
the ? NATTCenter is
vogue. shop quartet on
rente AAoyer SKI, and Mri. Moyer, and Navy EM
Richard Laurence, to William Salts, AM2- THE ASTOUNDING fact is that the lookout for personnel who rid of it for a pittance.

PI, and Mri. Salti. not one superstitious person would be interested in organiz- "What in the world are you Washington (AFPS)The Chiefof

Born April 12 were Shirley Anne, to could be found or at least ing such a singing group.A planning to do with that old Naval Personnel recently announced -

to T/Sgt.Sgt.end and Mri.Mri.Harry Jim Metz Smith,;Melanie Robin Mar.Kay, one who would 'fess up to it. piano accompanist is requested nag?" the cattleman asked. that "it's clear sailing

cell., to William Johnston, AN, and Mrt. But this does speak well for us to accompany the quartet. "I'm going to race him." the ahead" for advancements in the
Johnston; Robin Dee, to Robert Martin, high caliber Navy folks. Educa- Anyone interested should contact dude replied. enlisted ranks.
YN3, end Mri. Martin; Howard Joseph, Special Services in Building 500 cattleman
"Well returned the
tion has all but abolished manyof released of the
to Herbert Haynes, YN1, and Mri. Haynes; Results just
Cheryle Dee, to Robert Baardien, AT2, the old superstitions.Still at ext. 8228. "you'll win!" CPO examinations administeredin

and Mrs. Baardin; a baby girl to James it would be mighty inter- .. February, 1960, show the larg-
Mefford, BM3, and Mri. Mefford; George esting to note how of us go .7; : est number of peace-time advancements -
Haxton, III, to Comdr. and Mri. George many : 1
Winslow Donald I Richard, to Richard around that ladder or shudderat 1i = : in the Navy's history.
Hankey,AN, and Mrt. Hankey, and Richard the sight of a black cat come About 14,000 new CPO caps will
Douglas, to Lt. and Mri. William Rhodet.Denlte Friday, the 13th. \1; blossom forth in all parts of the
Marie born April 13 to
William Barkdoll,was SMC, and Mri. Bark' BY THE WAY, for any super- globe in the near future.

doll; a baby boy to Thomas Stafford, stitious readers, this is 1960's only The N a v y said ratings that
SD3, and Mri. Stafford; Robert William, Friday the 13th. have been extremely tight for
Alexander, AQ2, and Mri.
III, to
Friday is generally consideredan have opened wide. For the
Alexander, and a baby girl to Robert ; y years
Campbell, AD2, and Mri. Campbell.Born unlucky day in folk belief. The ''p first time since WWII, officials
April 14 were Dorrlt Lynne, to Lt. reason for this is the fact that said, all men who passed the examination -
and Mrt. Joseph Weldon; a baby boy to
Christ was crucified on a Friday. for aviation machin-
Robberton, CS3 and Mri. Robberton
Glenn, John Samuel, to Patty Patianlte, AN, This coupled with the fact that ist's mate chief will be advanced.

and Mri. Patianiie; Monica Lee, to Joseph the number 13 by ancient ideasis Overall statistics reveal that 76
Jackson, ACT2, and Mrt. Jackson; a baby considered unlucky makes this .
'F .S }: per cent of those who passed the
boy to Robert Borg, SA, and Mrt. Borg yy
baby girl to Joseph Trnka, TD1, and Mrt.frnka Friday a double trouble day. .::,, 'J 4S.kY ''f3..% }Yrlaiii.,'i' Navy-wide CPO exams will be

and baby girl to Jack Huffman,, One of the old superstitions con- { .. 4; advanced, another new high In
:' $ }7 :y '
2; .f }: :
BT2, and Mrt. Huffman. cerns sweeping the house back- ''f. l.%}%:.:., the promotion picture..
wards. It is said that if you lose '..jT;: i;
!k said advancementswill
Three Revised Courses something, sweep the house back- The Navy
., ., 't+ be divided into five incre-
wards and then put the broom sF,2 %' Y.
USAFIMadison } :
Offered By ments with effective dates in 1960
under the bed and you'll dream
Wls. (AFPS)-Regis- l' / f.. of May 16, July 16, Sept. 16, Nov.

tration is being accepted for Richard Schmidt TakesAO'A' %f9r/f:rs 16 and Jan. 16, 1961.

three revised United States '''ii'% ,, i. The Navy said prospects for
Graduation Mark ;
Institute courses, i p c,
Armed Forces ;t :
f' igP' 'l$ {a. advancement will continue to be
Schmidt AA of Den- :
officials have announced.The Richard / / /S": Y6wSw'orY.rwi.fcr' 'yFt.F
ver, Colo. grabbed top honors at bright for the next few years as
new USAFI courses are ..,,'n_> ..._.......... ..'.......... .{i'r//iw: .ffbv lrrViEVi..rrRttn..JO:
the Aviation Ordnance School, a great ,number of senior petty
C 495, Introductory Sociology, a VAP-62 INSPECTION Honors were given three enlisted
Class A, graduation May 6 at officers who first enlisted Just
and two Comdr. Charles T.
college level course, men at a recent VAP-62 inspection by
high school level courses, Under- NATTCenter. Frohne commanding officer. (right). Receiving a Good Conduct prior to and during WWII transfer .

standing American Government Schmidt has been transferredto Medal are James Hawkins PR2 (in front of line) and Craw- to the fleet reserve after 20
(D220), and General Science U : NAS, Whidbey Island, Wash. ford Brown. PHG3. (rear). Sailor of the month award was given
(D276). for duty. Donald Smyth (middle) during the same ceremony. years of service.

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4 ________._____ 12

I Tomorrow To Mark 52nd Anniversary ,Of# ti t; -1

The Navy's Time Honored Nurse CorpsMay

13 marks the 52nd an- did not designate the first womenof ed ready-reserve group who attend -

niversary of the Navy Nurse the Navy as officer or enlisted, regular meetings to keep

Corps, a group which has they did have a military status. abreast of present trends.
itself to be vital and
proved a On July 3,1942, Congress granted There are about 60 Navy nurses
unique component of the sea nurses permanent relative assigned to duty in the Jackson-

service.The rank of commissioned officers. ville area. They plan to celebratethe J

Nurse Corps is important And in 1947, a bill granting per- Corps birthday in the tradi-

because through it the skills of manent commissioned rank with tional manner. ::; : L* < ingwi
trained b1
hundreds of professionally (commensurate pay' and allow- Service with a woman's touchis r:

women are brought to bear in ances was signed into law the proud tradition of the
behalf of injured men often in THE CORPS maintains a train- Navy's Nurse Corps.

desparate need of these skills. t. -;W.I'Im.!! .: ,}%. > .: !$.''t :< \t\m.\ /
ALTHOUGH N a v y surgeons ,"..'<
were aware of a need for trained .
A{ waDa,
workers when the Bureau of t r\ y

Medicine and Surgery was founded -
.. Cll
in 1842, 3 it was not until 1908 :" :..
:: tie(
that the Nurse Corps, as such, ; '::.': //1::::;)
} ::: ors
formed. J
:,S {:. 4;:.. Hu
This first group, chosen after a }r in

stiff three-day examination of 40

,applicants, was rounded down to
20 and these were named theNavy's
first nurses. They were {

dubbed the "Sacred Twenty." T j'Qw': C.NA

Beginning i in WWI, the profes- .t
sional nurses established their i .4. y b. : Y t. J
worth through sacrifice, courage k }
and devotion to duty. And in
WWII 16 .ish. Air
Navy nurses were pris-

oners of war. grs
A t
ONE NAVY'nurse, serving on FleA

Bataan with the Army, escaped :
from Corregidor and was the first ,. ... .. ..... k
_W. ,,;.; "" ;*>v uw ::Wt: Na
person in the Naval service to receive DAY IN LIFE OF NAVY NURSE The Navy's nurses
the Legion of Merit. carry on an endless amount of tasks daily in their caring for the sou
Employee Board Approves sick and wounded of this country's sea service forces and de- ma
Fifty-two is
years a short per- pendents. And among the many facets of the Navy nurses' jobs C
iod of time to historians, yet from is the care of newborn babies as shown above by Lt (jg) Do- as
the "Sacred Twenty" the Nurse Same Ratio Of AllotmentThe lores Val of the Naval Hospital. At left, Lt (jg) Madeline Kene- oth

Corps has expanded to over 2100 fick attends to patient Mrs. Betty Denyko. He

currently on active duty, about Civilian Employee Recreation and Welfare Association ,. ph

equally divided between regularand has unanimously approved continuing an allotment of Services Agree: Manned tou:=

Reserve components. 175 cents per employee to departments for recreation and

Nurses are serving in hospitals,I welfare purposes, it was announced. this week.At sonI

dispensaries and Hospital Corps a recent meeting of the new reation activities.If Aircraft Certain To Stay "ter'
members of the Recreation and
schools in the U.S. They are assigned -
to activities in Alaska, Welfare Association, Edison Urns- such income is forthcoming, Washington (AFPS-The) three services agree the man- am

British West Indies, Cuba, Eng- tot was elected chairman for the announcement will be made and ned military aircraft is going to be around "for a long, longtime del]
land, France, Formosa, Hawaii, coming year. employees given an opportunityto delI
Italy, Japan, Marianas Islands, AN IMMEDIATE problem of submit requests for funds to This opinion was voiced by Vice Adm. Robert B. Pirie, in

Newfoundland, Philippine Islands the Recreation and Welfare Board sponsor their desired activities. Deputy Chief of Naval Operations, before the Aviation Writers
Assn. at Los Angeles Calif. ---- iw'
and Spain. was to consider allotment of I tion to take." ins
funds from the Civilian DECLARING his personal be-
THEY ALSO serve on Naval USO "At least we shouldn't do this J
lief that
Planning "mutual of
Food Services Board to appreciation
transports: and MSTS ships at sponsor I until the time when someone invents 601(
the madness of all-out nuclearwar"
recreation and welfare activities.
sea. A'small number of qualified Cl
Pal makes such disaster a missile that can think- ,
Week For a a remote -
Funds this
flight nurses are assigned to air year, as previously that can exercise the one human
evacuation with Navy and Air announced by the Food Services possibility, Adm. Pirie El;

Force activities and a few are Board, are limited to that income May. 15-21 warned, however, that sole reli- faculty' that hasn't" been admiral duplicated th(
judgment, the
derived from the ance on ballistic missiles wouldbe ;
given assignment to Naval Pro- vending serv- said. ph
curement,activities. I In conjunction hArmed a "fool-hardy step for the nacharm- Mi

Although Congressional order ices.AFTER analysis of the antici- Forces Week here, an entertain- But even if all-out nuclear war ,
t riW(:IT r' .W.Y'ymrw..n rn
pated income and requirements ment program is being plannedby ?I S1 should break out, he continued, of

Marine Wives To MeetA during the past years, the Board the USO in the Jacksonvillearea ? no one can say for certain whether Br

meeting of the Marine Career voted to continue the per capita for service personnel in the J.r i. '::.+ :..."..: ballistic missiles or manned teem
Wives Club is scheduled for Mon- allowance to departments of 75 nature of a USO Pal Week pro- !1. aircraft would strike the first (

day at 2000 in Building 572 (Ma- cents per employee; to continue gram, May 15-21. blow. trc

rine Aviation Detachment.) providing snacks for civilian em- Armed Forces Fellowship Sun- 35r "YET I AM very certain how- in

Final plans are expected to be ployees who donorson day in churches is slated May 15. E '.jryR' ever it might start, there wouldbe

made for the covered dish supperto civilian blood donor 'day; to Service personnel will be taking q. .y 4 a long drawn-out subsequent an

be held at the Skeet Club May continue sending, in the name of part in the services and all who phase in which the manned mil- af

28. Ail enlisted Marines and their station employees, an appropriatefloral attend church on this day are' iiRr itary! aircraft would be the dom late

wives are invited. wreath at time of the urged to wear their uniforms.I I inant means of exploiting the :
funeral of a deceased employee; over- w(
projection of our power
and to continue contributions toward Outstanding event this Pal I
WI BUY U.6.S3AVIN3t3 the Jax Air News. Week will be dedication of the seas, the admiral said. mish

BONDS REGULARLY new USO Club in the Sandpiper ,.t'>; And the air missions would require -
TO KEEP A ROOF Another expenditure approvedwas Building at Jacksonville .ae.YVda.r Y'Y 't't at
Beach < thinking pilots
OVER OUR HEAD. for renewal of notary com- s $ "seeing, O
missions in the case of those em- Sunday afternoon. The Jax Navy the controls," he added. Stressingthe vi
Band will give a concert in aircraft car-
sponsored the frontof vital role; of the
ployees so by
the USO at 1400 and will also .t rier limited
force in all-out or
Board to provide free notary pr
vs s render music during the dedica- that the
service to civilian employees. wars, Adm. Pirie noted

O 9Gr Names of notaries and depart- tion program. Navy purchases the most combat inw

ments are: Highlighting Pal Week will be planes.He tt
the USO Military Ball and Prom- of theNavy's
said maintenance
SIDNEY Wilds and Thomas
enade to which service inven- thw
personnel 7,200 combat plane
Cowan, Industrial Relations; Wal-
in uniform only will be admitted. of
S ker Crevasse, Public Works; Rob- tory requires the purchase
It will be held
at the Garden annual
ert Brown, Joseph O'Connell and .. rw some 1,200 replacements
Center, Riverside .N
Leroy Nelson, Overhaul and Re and ly. ta
Post street, May 19 from 2000 to P
pair, and Lawton Green, Supply. 2400. Budgetary limitations have prevented IE

t. .f .M> ft!: that large purchase dur-
Should income from vending 7'f7(1! ; p .
Each .ld cl
day during the week ''fo 1. so
PHOTOGENIC ing this fiscal year. But .
operations exceed that antici service persons .will be entertained Just 19 and a student at Valley the Navy bought .629 combat aircraft

pated, the Board will consider by various civic clubs ando Junior College, pert Darlene in the period-a substantially

additional requests for funds t women's organizations at noon- Tompkins that helped displays her win the greater number than the other nchi
"Mist Los ,
sponsor certain welfare and rec day luncheon meetings: t11le.Angeles Press Photographer" services are buying at this time

Adm. Pirie concluded.

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112 ': 1'5 I Ir


NT C' 1 Welcome Set

For CarrierShangriLa

\ ?7:7: ;j

I I ( c'3,

t ._ b The USS Shangri La (CVA-

.. 38)) veteran attack carrier of

the Pacific Fleet, is scheduledto
Aviation Ordnancemen's School arrive at Naval Station

Class 6017 starts Phase I train : Mayport tomorrow (Friday) at
ing this week. Class 6005 came up 1135.

with another recordbreakingscore 4 Reporting as a relief for the

to take Honor Class with a ie USS Essex, the Shangri La is in
plus 20 demerit points. .e t Atlantic waters for the first timeIn

The Honor Class also providedtwo .' 8.4 her long and colorful career.

"Sharpest Sailors" in a three- : The 16-year-old carrier comes to

way tie for First Platoon. R. C. the Jax area from San Diego,

Davidson and F. Rotzler, both of v. Calif.
.. .
Class 6005, and H. C. Elrod, 6001, $ THE 45,000-ton Shangri La,
tied for student "Sharpest Sail- modernized with an angled flight

ors" in the First Platoon. W O. deck, steamed around South

Hutt, Class 6013, took the honorin America to join the Atlantic
the Second Platoon. Fleet. Her size prohibited her

Support personnel elected E. L. USS SHANGRI-LA Newest addition to Mayport fleet. from using the Panama Canal.A .

White, AOAA, for "Sharpest Sail number of visits to various

or" honor. Phase IV received D. Here South American ports were made

C. Jones, AOCM, from VS-27 at Aerographers by the ship during the lengthy

NAS Norfolk. Lrek. She has also been to ,New

Aviation Electrician'i Mate Sunday May 15 Assist Tiros ProjectEarly York and Norfolk. aboard
School-Welcome aboard is ex- There is no air group
tended to Class 6019, entering the Shang at the present
AirFam this week. Class 5948 0830-Service of Worship. this week, when a Tiros weather satellite was but aircraft of CVG-10 will soon

graduates Friday to supply the 0930-Sunday School, three- scheduled to have been streaking across the sky high above be operating off the carrier. ,

Fleet with more qualified men. year-olds through adults, Building this part of the earth, NAS Jax aerographers were busy SHE IS skippered by Capt. B.

A concensus opinion has it that 722; Adult Bible Class, Chap- taking pictures of cloud formations overhead simultaneouslywith 3. Ikeson, and will be the third
lain Wolfe, in Small Chapel. TV cameras in the satellite. arrier operating out of Mayport,
the AE Manual being sold at the
A 35-milimeter in the USS Franklin D.
Navy Exchange is about the best 0930-Service of Worship. camera I tion for 20 minutes Monday after- The' and
local weather office is of in the Mediterranean
110G-Service of Worship. one now
source of information from air- noon, the office reports. The one- in
man to chiefs.G. 1830-Teen-Age, Senior High seven stationed at military instal- third foot of film, taken between the USS Saratoga, presently

A. Messer, AEC, checked in Fellowships and United Fellow- lations in the Southeast for tak- 1645 and 1705, was being held New York, are the other two have
as instructor for Phase VII. An- ship of Protestants, Building 722' ing photographs in connection here for word to forward them to Welcoming of the
and Small Chapel. with the Tiros project. Filmed results been planned for arrival
other chief in that phase, P. E. SCRC. slated to beon
are sent to the Signal Corps carrier. Dignitaries
Hecht, AEC, was presented a tro- Word was also received Tues- from Rear, Admiral
Research Center at' Fort Mon- hand range
phy for winning the Acey Ducey ST. EDWARD'S CHAPEL day afternoon, and at 1555 the Craig and a number of
mouth N. for Kenneth ,
tourney, by Comdr. E. T. Edmonson. 0830 and 1000-Sunday Mass. "headquarters" camera began operating again. naval officers
e the 20th century project.By I other high ranking ,
Pictures taken of the CPS-9 radar to Jacksonville -
local area
In an explanation of the Cen- .ST. LUKE'S CHAPEL comparing film taken by screen, showing cloud formations from Beach the Mayor I. D. Sams and.
'ter's instructor/student ratio, the Naval Hospital ground weather installations with overhead, were shot for a periodof civilians.
amount of instructors per class 0615Confessions.0630Mass. shots relayed to earth by Tiros,' 20( minutes.. other prominent

depends on the amount of stu- weathermen at Fort Monmouth Completely automatic in opera-

dents in the class.If 0930-1015--Java Club. hope meteorologists will be able tion, the camera shoots five min- FLEET RESERVEASSOCIATION
more than 30 students are 1030-Protestant Worship Serv- to make more accurate weather ute time exposures 'consecutively12

in a class, it is then split up into ice. forecasts in the future. pictures per hour.
., received the "go ahead" ,
two equal\ parts and each has an Having Joining the NAS Jax unit in Branch 126 of FR'A has scheduled -
Science from Fort Monmouth officials,
instructor.A "Project Tiros" in the Southeastis its monthly meeting May
late entry shows that Class Tuesday, 1900 Small Chapel. I the local camera was in opera- Patrick 120th
MacDill AFB, Tampa; 19 at the meeting hall, 4530
6009, with 832 points; won Honor I AFB, Cocoa; Warner Robins AFB, St. in Yukon.

Class award this week.T ; Macon, Ga.; Hunter AFB, Savan- Officers will be nominated at

h e' four-week-long course,, '\: j ;;;<>: .'y < < : nah, Ga.; Pope AFB, N C. and this meeting to rein for the coming -
Electronics Phase V is said to be >:
., ., ..' FWF, Norfolk, Va. .
j : : year.A
the most difficult and thorough ,.. ." ,... friendly get-together is slated

phase at Aviation Electrician'sMate PFC: "Hey, look what the Saturday, May. 14, at the meeting
'School, Class A.' .* }.1Lf ; ..? laundry did! They sent me the nail at 2000. .
The course is under supervisionof I wrong shirt. This collar is so The Branch, is planning to hold

CWO B. R. Cottrell and J. E. .. tight I can hardly breathe." its annual Memorial Day services.
Brown, AECS, and primarily s ; s\ .'' .. '; /;, ',:. :,/\ Corpl.: "Don't be silly, that's it the graveside of shipmate John ,,
teaches the student basic funda- ; : : your shirt. You have your head Uarins' at Evergreen Cemetery,
mentals of electronics. He is introduced through a button hole."
to tubes commonly used 1v ,
:rI Shuts Down
in the electronic circuit. Navy

He's taught principles of the I Facility
amplifier and oscillator circuits,, 4f* :: '
y y, ) The Navy
after which he's provided with a I Washington (AFPS -

laboratory where he constructs,, is e closing its retraining command
tests and makes analysis of his tt Camp Elliott, San Diego,
work. v 2alif., in a series of moves to
deter- Improve brig facilities and train
The student is taught to
mine value of capacitors and resistors brig: staffs.
by use of the color code. f The retraining command at

Oscilloscopes are taught and pro- 4 Portsmouth, N. H., will be the
, vided for circuit analysis. 1' only facility operated 'by the

The last week of Phase 'V is rrrrr Navy after the Camp Elliott 'installation -

l probably the most difficult. Dur- is closed on Sept. 30,

ing the 40 hours of this final m'I I960.)
week the student is introduced to The Navy will also close Camp
the principles and applications of I chairmen assembled here last Thursday for the kickoff rally :: l.angdon at the Portsmouth command -
the still-new transistors, possiblythe launching the 1960 U.S. Savings Bonds campaign for Navy mili- which had been used to
hardest component to grasp tary and civilian personnel in the Jax area were privileged to rehabilitate prisoners who were
well. sit in on a historic event. Compliments and words of encourage being restored to duty.
I ment came from William H. Neal, assistant Secretary of the and
Because transistors have been Treasury, who spoke directly from New York City. Gloria Darwin Other plans are to expand
taught here only a short time, of Service Information Office, is shown above placing the improve brigs at major local
Phase V invites all AEs regard- call to New York, using the Direct Distance Dialing system for commands: and ,emphasize the
the first time here. Mr. Neal's message from New York was relayed Jrofesslonal training of brig,
less of rate to attend its night
to the group via the loudspeaker attachment arrangedon itaffs.
) classes during the week. the right. Capt. Nelson M. Head, (right) Chief of Staff, Commander
Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District, representing Rear
Safari Boss: "How tall Is that Adm. Kenneth Craig, delivered the principal address. He emphasized "I'm gonna vote for Fcrrii."
that this was not a charity drive but a drive for benefit "Ferris Who's Ferris?"
native over there? to the nation as well as to the Individual. Capt. James Reedy, "Oh, a big wheel from Coney
, Guide: "About six feet two in commanding officer of NAS Jax in his talk' also stressed importance "
his stalking feet." of the Savings Bonds program. i. i/if: y Island.


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OPAL 60 NAS Jax had its first opportunity to implement its new Disast er Control Plan during the nationwide Civil Defense and Mobilization Test Alert
OPAL-60 held last Tuesday. "1'hissequence pf photos taken by the Jax Air News cameraman tells the story of the Station's participation in the alert. At the soundIng QIe
of warning yellow at 1300, HAS Jax Disaster Control Forces assembled at desljnaied muster points to receive instructions from their leaders, as shown in left
photo. At 1400, wherever they may have been all other civilian and military pen onnel responded to the take cover signal, warning red, as pictured in photo second
from left. All general orders and instructions for the Disaster Plan emanated from control center, third panel from left, with Lcdr. Walter Blakney, plans officer and (
coordinator for Disaster Control Group, North Florida, in charge. Lcdr. Blakney, le ft the third photo, is shown conferring with Li. S. F. Foster. Communications from
the field to control center was'relayed by the communications team, in photo on extreme right. DeJ

Those Two Spots May Cast Evil Charms Scouting I MOVIES \'

But They Spend As Good As Any Money YAP VAPOR Mainside Thursday-Solomon, May&12 Sheba; tiL

I icv.
Personnel of VAP-62 underwent NATTCenter-Last Angry Man;
Have you seen any twodollar symbol of three, which is a mystic counter-magic charm. Saliva is a rigid personnel, bag and Hospital-Snow Queen, all at "]
bills lately? Did refuse locker last
you inspection Friday.
and potent number. said to be a powerful transformer
to accept one or perhaps Therefore, when a superstitious of evil into good.A This was in preparation for the Friday, May 13 VR Va
chew its corners off if you did sort of fellow gets a two-spot, he SERIOUS objection to the scheduled inspection by Rear Admiral Mainside-Sweet Smell of Success
get stuck with one? tears off one of the "triangles." bill is that counterfeiters can Kenneth Craig, Command ; NATTCenter Solomon &
Don't feel odd if this has hap But what about the poor soul who easily make a "20" out of a "2." er Fleet Air Jacksonville, on May Sheba; Hospital Last Angry
pened to you. A large number of gets a bill after all its comers The Treasury periodically 28. Man. 01C
Americans object to the bills with have been torn off? In this case launches campaigns to encourage Promotions have gone to Lcdr. Saturday, May 14
the portrait of T. Jefferson on it's time to tear the bill up, or greater use of this unpopular Donald Hubbard and Lt Jack Mainside Sheriff of Fractured 2:

them. give it to the baby to play with. greenback. Well, after all, it does Bedenbaugh and Thad Kopec has Jaw, 1900; NATTCenter Sweet
IN FACT, the two-dollar bill There are many versions told spend. traded his gold bar for a silver Smell of Success, 1400 and 1900( ; ua
(bless its heart) is believed to be of why the two-spot is considered The American public, though, one of a lieutenant junior grade. Hospital-Solomon & Sheba, 1800.
one of the first few typically na- unlucky. The grand-daddy of continues to tear off the corners. The squadron held one of its Sunday, May 15 4!

Ure American superstitions. them all seems to be centered in Stop and think-the Treasury many stag gatherings at the Sta Mainside Cash McCall, 1400 l'v.
Many people, and military per the vocabulary of gamblers in ; can print twice as much money tion's Skeet Club last Wednesday. and 1900(); NATTCenter Sheriff
sonnel are no exception, are pre early U. S. history-back when in the time it takes to produce the Softball games and horseshoe of Fractured Jaw, 1400 and 1900( ;
judiced and when they get a two- the bill was called a "deuce." same number of one-dollar bills. !pitching highlighted the affair. Hospital Sweet Smell of Success
dollar bill they remove the curse "DEUCE" AS you're taught to The Treasury doesn't recognize An oddity of sorts occurred at 1900.
by tearing off a corner. Some of know early in life is the lowest' the curse. Do you? the Commissary Store recently Monday, May 16
the more violent types of people I value in cards, a word degenerated when VAP62s Lt (jg) Noel Ped-
have been known to bite off 01 from the Italian for "devil." erson approached the check-out Mainside The Cossacks;
chunk. Among some families, the two- Comdr. counter and noticed his bag number NATTCenter-Cash McCall; Hospital
Why do people adhere to this dollar bill implies the impend Bishop (last four digits of his serial Sheriff of Fractured Jaw,

odd custom? It's said to be a ing bad luck of twins in the fam To Take Over number) as being exactly the all at 1900.
counter-magic gesture. A whasat ily. To offset this spell, tear off a the Tuesday,May 17
same as total amount for his
? corner of the bill. Mainside Paradise Lagoon;
WELL. YOU SEE, a triangle, Some cashiers make a pretense VP-16 Charge purchases. NATTCenter The Cossacks;
which is the shape of a corner of (or actually do) kissing the Hospital Cash McCall, all at
of a piece of paper money, is a bill. In this case the mouth is the Comdr. Ralph F. Bishop, cur McDonnell Craft i 1900. .
rent executive officer of Patrol
Wednesday, May 18
Squadron Sixteen, is due to become In Successful Test
I Jaxon Joins Blue Angels I that squadron's skipper in Mainside This Rebel Breed;
: The Navy's newest, fastest NATTCenter Paradise Lagoon;
.. ceremonies tomorrow (Friday) as
As the fates will have it, a he relieves Comdr. Leslie T. and highest flying fighter plane I Hospital The Cossacks, all at
childhood dream has been turned Barco Jr.Comdr.. successfully marked its first test 1900. (

into the real thing for an instruc Barco, who became VP16's in carrier operations last week "
tor-pilot of Attack Squadron 44. Nothing is more cheering and
XO in July 1958, will be when it took off and landed (
Lt. Duke Ventimiglia of VA-44 commanding officer of VP-30, a restful than afire in the living "
reported to Pensacola last week 300-man squadron to be commissioned aboard the USS Independence room provided you have a
end for duty with the world-fa at NAS Jax soon. off the Florida coast fireplace. 1tl

mous Navy flight demonstration A native of Hoopeston, 111., tla
team, the Blue Angels. VP-16's new skipper was stationed
This fulfilled a long-standing at the Office of Chief of Naval
wish of Lt. Ventimiglia's of becoming Operations prior to reporting to o
a member of the Blues., Jacksonville.He I,
With the team, he'll fly the team's formerly saw duty at NAS sa
two-seated F9F-8T Cougar and Corpus Christi, Tex., NAS Mon
serve as PIO for the outfit. terey and Moffett Field, Calif.,
The veteran of 1685 flight hours and NAS Miami and Pensacola, a
graduated from Seton Hall Univ. Fla. He served aboard the USS

in So. Orange, N. J. in 1953 and Maryland and Bremerton. t
received his wings in February r
1957. Device Controls tt

Lt. Ventimiglia is in for a busy (
stint with, the Blues as he narrates Firing Of Torpedos

the many shows they'vescheduled Washington (AFPS> -The development
around the world. Last of a completely transistorized
year, it's estimated they appeared instrument to control
before some 6,000,000 persons in BLUE ANGELS Bound b the firing of the Navy's latest
over 70 appearances. Lt. Duke Ventimiglia formerly anti-submarine torpedoes was
When asked whether he'd enjoy an instructor-pilot with VA-44. announced here.Designated .
the nomadic existence a Blue Visitors to Marine Studios the Mark 18 angle-
Angel must live, the newest often inquire about the small fish solver, the new device can con
member of the team flashed his trol most operational torpedo firings
that attach themselves to sharks,
infectious grin and averred, "It's including the super-range -....-...-"....,-
sawfish and other large specimens Astor torpedo.
what I've "
always want d. GET SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE CHECKS Three em.ployees .
One of the first shows the team in the oceanarium tanks. "The Astor promises to be one of NAS Jax Overhaul and Repair Depi. receive Sustain
of the Navy's most reliable and ed Superior Performance checks from
This fish, called a remora, has Capt. R. E. Clements
,will put on during the local pilot's effective defenses against enemy Assistant O&R Officer. Recipients are, left to right Glen Smelter,
stint with them will be at Armed a suction disc on top of its head. submarines." according to Rear of Power Plants Division, with a $150 check; Christopher Moss.
Forces Day at Washington, D. C. In this manner, it catches a free Adm. Paul D. Stroop, Chief of Metal Division. $150, and Mildred Witherspoon Administrative
Division $100. A Public Works employee, Wilma Kane, also
May 14. I ride without harming the host the Bureau of Naval Weapons. a.superior performance check of $100.Pqe received

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May JAX Am' NEW"S Pag 7

Lead Fliers Suffer Woes In

Bowling In Early Season Contests

ComFalr The Jax Navy Fliers have started the 1960 baseball sea-

MARTD son with three losses in as many outings against collegiate
respective .,
intramural opposition. STARTING slabman John Gold-
The Fliers lid-lifter came Fri-
ComFair berg fared better than the 9-1
day at Jacksonville Universitywith
Holy Rollers score indicated, however. The
the jittery Navy club
its American southpaw gave up only three
defense and an
playing a porous
earned runs in the distance
games over going
almost nil hitting attack.
winning, 3-1, while issuing nine hits.

ices.The Hornets And Canes JU hurler Ray Vogel limitedthe
V &j Flier attack to only five bing-

place, Leading LL CircuitThe les. Both hurlers went the dis
other AL tance.
VA-44 Hornets and VW-4 The Jax Navy home opener Sat

ed the Hurricanes pace the Ortega Lea- urday at Mason Field was more
gue with 2-0 records while the of the with JU winning 7-0.
Dusters, 4-Q, same .
ental League Devil Pups, also unbeaten in two Ron Jackson, ace of coach BobDaughton's
games, are atop Twin Hill cir- mound
Commissary Dolphin corps,
VA-44 cuit standings as the Navy Jax held the Fliers to only two hits.

:r ttt s:.: Little League completes its first Rightfielder Al Martinez and

tion.MARTD, full week of play. pitcher Charles Miles got the two

League with VA-44, with Dan Bowler whif- bingles. Miles gave up 11 hits.
fing 17 batters, downed the Live Florida Freshmencame
idle last THE U. of ,
Wires of United Electric 6-1. The
won a 3-1 to Mason Field Monday and
Hornets later decisioned NATTU's
"B" while pinned setback No. Three on Jax
Techs thanks to the fine
VA-44 Navy, 9-3. Jack Ondich issued
p hurling of Scott Ayers, Robert
Runner-up V five hits to Jax Navy.
Van Metre homored for the winders
forfeit win Tom Vogle started for the Fliers
a Ted Jones FLIER RACQUET WEILDERS Members of the Jax in this latter tilt. but was kayoed in the fourth aft-
out top man tennis team pause after registering a 6.1 decision over the VW-4 overcame a deficit to defeat er issuing six runs with Fred Koi-
vidual tennismen last week. Flier netmen return to action against the Foremost Half Pints, 7-6. ser relieving. Koiser was relieved
game same JU squad today (Thursday) at 1400 at the Navy Ex- Kirt John doubled to center then later in the tilt by Joe Rogers,
Center courts. Front row (left to right) are Toof Boone, Carl scampered home on an error for
235 and also B. J. Wesolowski and Stuart Templeton. Rear, D. W. the winning tally. Richard Brownwas who finished up.
up with a Cooper, coach Charles Griffing, Bill Kuhn and Jim Jax Navy had another pair of
AE "Gold" Two newcomers, Comdr. Deteriles and Bill Hendricks winning pitcher. games carded with JU Tuesdayand
i Hurricanes' second win
not in photo. The
Wednesday of this week. No
55-9 slate.
a the of Suddath
came expense ,
49-15 for 4-3. Don Wilson in relief of results were available.
No. 1 is SHOW Downing AC of the City League
:Brown was winning hurler. lie
will be at Mason Field Sunday at
with a 48-16 struck out 11 men in a fine relief

IN CANADA gem. | 1400. _

Jerry Smith and David Gollo-
Jax Navy skeet team has returned triumphant from her of the Devil Pups have each VW-4 Admen
Open Championships held May'6-8 at Montreal tossed a no-hit game in helpingthe ,

Aviation Jax shooters faring well, highlighted by Ken Pender- club to its leagueleadingmark Hold Unbeaten

, stands 'out second place?! individual! All-Gauge performance. in the Twin Hills loop.

athletic 3959.'y than 400 crack shooters with shoot as a measuring stick to Smith dumped NARTU's War- Softball SlatesThe
the Canadian event
Center with gauge the caliber of opposition it riors, 7-1, then Golloher pickedup
and service participants
four months from the United States, can expect to face in the National an 11-0 shutout over the Hercules VW-4 Hurricane Hunters

Aviation and Puerto Rico. and World Military Champion- Homers.In and Administration's Raiders are
follow ALL.GAUGE champion-, ships scheduled for Lynnhaven, other games, Food Fair defeated among top contenders in the

while divided into three parts. Va. in July and August. Jack's Gas, 4-3, with Billy Mainside Softball League as they

ment comes first day of 100 targets, Next shoot for Jax Navy will Mansfield the winner. Jack's Gas continued their winning ways last

Fourth in as the Molson Open, saw be the Pan American Champion- came back to trip the Little week, which gave each!, a 5-0
is held by and four others crack ships in Dallas, Tex. in early Chiefs, 2-1, with Glen Crawford record.

points, AE targets while fighting June. The local club is favored to tossing the victory. The Admen kept on the win-

and winds. win the Military 5-Man Team Hercules whacked Food Fair, ning road as they topped Aircraft

k of the second day's fir- title. It won this same crown in 9-2 and NARTU trimmed the Maintenance, 14-8, while the unbeaten -
1957-58. Little Chiefs in other encounters. Cane Hunters shut out the
Slalom the Quebec Open, were
the shoot-off. Pender- Marines, 13-0.
as 'W= 'VN."u "" "" VN..wAw.w.MV'A.wJ.'N.
I / In other weekly action, MARTD
Slated of VW-4, broke the first 75
missing his 181st bird. He ; conquered VA-35, 4-1, while
The on to smash the remainder FAETU handed O&R its fourth

Tournament with a 199x200 for run- .. straight loss, 7-1. Closest game of
tentatively honors in the Molson Open >;? the week was a test between Sup-
at Doctor's Canadian All-Gauge Open ply and VP-18 with Supply final-

This event : ly pulling the game out, 10-9.

of the best MEN to top the Hurri i In another shutout, Infirmary

lighted by Hunter was Dick Shaunessy, didn't let a VP-18 runner cross
some of the as the Ben Hogan of skeet the plate as the Medics scored a

area. 5-0 victory. 679th ACWRON out-

all There will Helton of Special Services hit Operations to take home a

and ages.their ,' member of the squad, 14-4 win, while Supply downed

to compete. 196x200 in both day's Aircraft Maintenance, 8-5.
I nament plus and finished second in Second-running VA-44, with a
available AA in the Quebec Open 5-1 mark, toppled a tough Infirm-
For ;y ::> 4s ary nine, 13-12.

Comdr. T. Pendergras and Helton, Action teen on softball diamonds this
Jax Navy shooters compet- weeks Thursday May 12, at 1700, Albe-
cial marle FieldSupply .vi VA-44. Yorktown-
Bill Arthur of VFP-62,
member VAP-62 vi Public Works Saratoga-VU-10
Building 500 cracked 188 out of 200; Herb vi Admin; Enterprlic-A/C Maint. vi 679th
ion 8228. of VA-44, 193x200. and Irv ACWRON. 1930 on Enterprise Field Hospital -
of Ordnance and Gun- w Marines; Hospital Field, VW-4 vi

|EM 182x200. ?'4yi1fJyq9 6r9 ,j Monday, May 16, 1700 Albemarle Field
NAVY gunners used this -VA-35 vt O&R; Yorktown-VW-4 vi
"opped % Dperationi; Saratoga-Vp.18 vi MARTD;
The Guard Drills To Enterprlu-VP-16 vi Marlnei. 1930 at
Enterprise Field-Admin. vi Infirmary and
[Unlisted r y; on. Hospital Field, VU-10 vi Hoipital.Wednetdey .
Pool .
Outdoor :
-eague At ( nrn: %f)9::' a / nr; May 18, 1700 Albemarle-
Aiding the Guard instruction for all r:}};: x f fiyC iyAry Hoipital vi VP-16 Yorktown-VA-44: yt
|he year, ; y y Marines; Saratoga-679th vt Supply Enter-
55-35 personnel is slated to ttn'a.o:, : 3'dis:kwb r4S'rp+yiiwd: %%.c vafyYiiabirr.Y.roafr:+J,Jblr n bAk4 1. .cu6C'aY.'.ff 9i!' w:'rd''rarrx priie-Public Works vi A/C Maint., and at
this week at the outdoor, SOFTBALL ACTION The handwriting was on the wall 1930 on Hospital Field, VAP-62 vi FAETU.
Pool, Building 419, at early in the HospUal.V A-44 softball game last week as Hornet
Id this : ; players jumped to an early lead and then built onto it to com All the animals on Noah's Ark.
ite Owls ; away with an 18.1 romp. Jerry Blake of VA-44 slides safely came in pairs all except the
[ets, 43-46 indoor pool at Building 614 into third has before going on to score one of the winners'early
Tan Tigers;, renovation. runs. Waiting for the throw is Hospital's Charles Kelley. worms they came (in apples.


8 JAX AIR NEWS 12 May 1960



contract for Initial construc-
others of the same class are basic- The new SSBN-616 class will This speedup in the Polaris
tion plans and design servicesfor
ally the same design as attack be similar to the SSBN-608 class weapons system had been under
class of Fleet Ballistic
a new
submarines similar to the USS but will have improvements consideration for some time. According A new president has been
Missile (Polaris) submarines has
Skipjack but have been length- evolved from the earlier designs, to the announcement, the, chosen for Toastmasters Club No.
been awarded to the Electric Boat
ened and modified to accommo- including the newest weapons decision was based on the recent 546 with Fritz Hellings taking
Division of General Dynamics
Corp., the Navy has announced. date a missile compartment. system techniques.IN successes of the missile test pro- over for Bill Mitchell, due to
leave this area next month.In .
THIS DESIGN contract will THE SECOND generation of A LATER announcement, gram.
another change, Moe
initiate a third class of Polaris Polaris subs, known as the SSBN-
the Navy authorized accelerationof Nine of the last ten test vehicles ner becomes new secretary, replacing -
submarine to be known as the 608 class from the lead ship, the
the Polaris fleet ballistic mis- have been fired success- John Lawson.
SSBN-616 class. Ethan Allen, were designed origi-
sile by some $52 mil- fully and have met all test Hellings delivered his 12th and
The first Polaris sub, USS nally as Polaris missile subma- program objectives -
final speech from the Basic
George Washington, and four rines. lion. .
Training Manual and was awarded -

Speaker-of-the-Week Trophy.
HighRankingWave .
Classified Bill Kellogg presided at last

OfficerSpeaks Thursday's meeting of MarNav
Toastmasters Club 2280 at Char-
For SU
Here"The { Cedar Hills Ettatei-3 bdrm., 2 bath, lie's Restaurant.
Fla. rm, kit, Ig. liv. rm, gar, fen. bk. yd. Table topics were handled by
military cannot be respon- Ocpy in July, dn. paymt $1,500, $86 mo. Jim Wood. Plans were discussedfor

sible for the lives bf our person- f SP 1.3205 or EV 9-7711, ext. 268. the May 21 District conven-
For FHA eppraltal of $12,500
3 bdrm,
nel before they come to us. But 2 bath, attached gar, open for Inspection, tion in Sarasota.
we do try after they get to us to Lake Shore. EV 8-3894. Speakers of the evening included -

help them in every way possible," Air cond, 3 bdrm, 2 bath 18 mo. old Carleton Dunn, making

Comdr. Viola Brown Sanders, house Equity $1400.In Ortega EV 4-6597.Hills Immed. occpy, his No. 10 speech; Phil Burnham,

Deputy Director of the WAVES Partly furn. house, crn lot, will atio his No. 9 talk; Frank Heron,

told the Woman's Club of Jack- exchange or rent, 621 N. 4th Jax Beach giving speech No.2, and Bob

sonville and 54 Wave guests last on zoned bu.In.... Call CH 94196. Tillman, following with his No.
week. Venetia Terrace-tcr porch, carpt, utll speech..
rm, kit equip, nice It, $1800 4G
"The Navy is trying to restorea Equity, $52 mo. Call ext. 614 or SP Bob Gelles gave an impromptu
true sense of values," continuedthe 12976. speech on "What We Can Expect

personable blue-eyed officer. 3 bdrm home In Normandy Village of Florida in the Next 10 Years.

"We are doing this by imple- Ig Iv-din rm, Ig I kit, tend Lain! porchlandscp Speaker-of-the-evening award
yd, 4GI loan, Equity only
} menting already established pro- $850, mo paymt $77. Call 8277 or 7903 went to Burnham.
grams with touring Leadership Chateau Dr. So. Immed. occpy. Evaluators included Man n y
Teams. 3 bdrm home In Normandy Village fortale Morrow, Hal Higgins, George
-cor lot, kit hdwd fl, GI
"We do Equity Foster Bill Collins and
not make enough of Whitey
$650, $72 mo. Call EV 4.2056 or ext.
patriotism, teen-agers thereforedo 225. Morris.

not have patriotism," she said. .. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, Ir, dr, kit, pan den, 1 Ig .
"A recent survey shows that 1 lot, easy terms. Call EV 9-7711, ext 268 Politics was the central themeof
two-thirds I or SP 13645. Tuesday's gathering of
687 Navy

'No' to the teen-agers question,answered 'Is- ........"".y"v": .:.:.,..... ........,._.. ."..........,... .,;. ,,, yi;::: hdwd Red brick fl, att, 2 bdrm gar, |lal air con porch.hie,Call fen yd EV, Civilian Toastmasters at Karl

patriotism important in your PAL DAY SPEAKER Comdr. Viola Brown Sanders 91000. Hellenthal's Restaurant, with one
life?' Deputy to Assistant Chief of Naval Personnel for Women and 3'bdrm home In Cedar Hilli-pine pan speaker going so far as to predict
Deputy Director of the Waves, addresses luncheon gathering' den, Ig kit, cement patio fen yd, hdwd
"This survey revealed that patriotism Women's Club of Jacksonville last week at which 54 Waves fin, tern por, Equity $: 1300. Call SP outcome of the presidentialrace.
was outranked in importance were invited guests in celebration of Pal Day. The Navy's second 13299. .
t by such things as clothes, highest ranking Wave spoke on the Navy's Leadershipteams For Rent Five speakers paraded to then
' sports, and recreation." and how they are being used to help personnel redefine 3 Ig bdrm & bath, Pan. llv rm, tep. di platform with William, Cooksdelivering' ,..
basic concepts of right and wrong.Leadership I rm, kit (with or without equip), 2 blk.fram
his icebreaker
"The Navy is combatting this but line, W blk off Edgewood Ave. $85 ; Paul
problem by sending out leader- per mo. Call EV 9.2619 or EL52416. I Mori admonishing the public's attitude -

ship teams to aid our people in Ingredients Unfurn house, 1 134 bdrm, elec equip toward voting; Bill Clear-
kit, carport, util! rm. Approx 2 ml N of man reviewed utterances of noted
recalling their true sense of value. NAS. Close to churches, ichli & ihp cen.,
Two additional teams for Waves Call SP 1.4941 wkdayi after 1800 & any writers and authors in their prog-
have been recently established, Likened To Heady Stew time on wkendi. nostications regarding the presidential -

she declared. This 'n' That race and came up with a
Ride Wanted-from Murray Hill to Sen
candidate via his
The invited Waves were guestsof (Following is another essay on leadership written by an honor- ior BOQ-weekdayi 07301600. Nancy Arthur own analysis;
the Woman's Club for the second man of a recent graduating class at,the ComFair Jax Career Coun- call ext. 338. Dave Moomaw took the audience
I'I' annual Pal Day. selor/Interviewer School. Author is H O. Rogers, AQ3, of VAH-3 Ride wanted from 5334 Appleton Ave. into 1980 when science will have
I+ at NAS Sanford, Fla.) Lake Shore to Bldg. 902, Public Work. whipped most of the viruses and
11 While in the Jax area, theNavy's Leadership, as I see it, can be compared to a good Bruns- Hours 0730 to 1600. Phone EV 7.1619 or even possibly cancer, and the

second highest ranking wick Stew. It requires many ingredients and must be well ext. 725, Warrick.Credit membership saw themselves in

Wave toured Naval Air Station seasoned. It must simmer for an extended period of time so Union all of their toastmastering short-

facilities. She visited the Wave as to extract the best from. each. of its many parts. comings reflected in Vic Nor-
Barracks and spoke to the ---- --- -
young (Continued from Page 1)
THE of
BROTH leadership isone's 1 man's "Dim Reflections from an
patience, politeness self-control
women their ,
concerning responsi- A 100 verification of
percent "
particularly honesty. Old Cracked Mirror.
humor kindness fairness firm-
bilities as Navy women and lead- ,
Honesty to one's superiors, hon- accounts is made periodically and
ness and others.
ers. She also discussed some new many is designed to protect the interestof
esty to your subordinates and,
uniform items that will be avail- above all, honesty to one's self. When all these qualities are both members and officials.If I BC-BS Payments Due
able in the future. combined in one individual, you any member has not received Blue Cross-Blue Shield policy-

Comdr. Sanders paid a visit to Occassionally the leader must can find a leader provided the a statement he should also reportit holders are reminded that pay-

the commanding officers of the ask, "Do I have the necessary necessary time requirements are 'to the committee. Committee ments are due May 1617.

Naval Hospital, NATTCenter, qualifications? Was'my way the met. There is no substitute for members are J. Shapiro, ext. Payments may be made by

NAS Jax and ComFair Jax FAU. best way? Did I do the very best experience. 8682; L. Hutchins, 8386, and check or money order, cash can-
that I am capable of doing? WasI
O'Connell, ext. 8474. not be accepted.
impartial?" Only an honest man b I

will get an honest answer.
Civilian Blood CHORAL GROUP

The body of leadership has Give-Away Date For

Donor Day Set many, many parts. First, desire- SLATES KISMET

you must have a desire to lead, a The Broadway hit musical

desire to achieve and the desireto "Kismet" will be produced ina
Blood Donors' Day has NR Prizes
accomplish mission in Nearing
been set for Wednesday, May 18, your lavishly-costumed manner
from 0830 to 1045 at the Main the most efficient and effective when it plays May 18'and 19

Dispensary in Building 8. Type I manner possible. check or money order, but cash (Continued from Page 1))

"A" and "O" blood is ,needed. THE LEADER must have the cannot be accepted. Two 17-inch Philco portable TV sets $180. each.
ability to recognize and evaluatethe Dancers and signers have Skill Sawvalued at $115.
Employees volunteering donate Boy's Schwin bicycle, $48.
qualities of missionto been
a given chosen from Jackson-
blood should Girl's 'Schwin $48.
not eat a heavy bicycle,
breakfast that morning.. It's sug- apply them in the most effici- ville's finest talent, reports Snapping Turtle Riding Mower, $349.
gested limit breakfast to citrus ent manner. He must have con- Mrs. Oscar Rawls of the Jack- Yazoo Dragster Go-Car, 132.
you -
fidence in his ability and in the sonville Opera and Choral So- Zenith portable stereo phonograph, $79.50.
juice, toast with jelly or Complete Power Shop Sears & Roebuck, $244.
of his subordinates.The .
marmalade, and black coffee. ability ciety, the group staging the ALSO A 75-FT GARDEN HOSE DONATED by J. G. Christ-

It's important that donors do leader has pride in his production. opher; 50-ft garden hose donated by Holley Edwards; fishing reel
Leading roles will be taken from Towers Hardware Rollectric shaver from
appearance, his work and in his Remington-Rand;
not partake of foods
or tool set from Cameron
& Barkley; steam iron donated by General
by TV
liquids during the four hours before unit. In my opinion, loyalty is personality Virginia Electric Supply! set of insulated tumblers, Sanford Hall; electric
time for which the donationis paramount. A leader is loyal to Atter, opera star Jean Ken- percolator from Florida Hardware; two gallons white paint from

,scheduled. his organization and must pro- nedy, internationally-k now n Duval Lumber & Supply Co.; electric kitchen clock from Graybar
mote loyalty in those whom he dancer Mara, Paul Campeilhof Electric Co.; two outside auto mirrors from Motor Parts Supply;
After your donation, arrange- New York and Edward two tool boxes from Patten Sales; two lawn chairs donated by
ments have been made to get alight leads. With loyalty, comes a Bond-Howell Lumber; three toy moving van trucks from Suddath
snack at the Civilian Cafe- sense of responsibility. Doe, upcoming opera and con- Moving & Storage; one gift certificate for battery from Southway
cert singer. Battery Corp; and one $10 gift certificate at Cohen's from Lanahan
t teria. The seasoning in leadership, is Lumber Co.I .

r /.II'.