Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 14, 1962
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered on official expression of any military deportment.
The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military deportment of the products or services advertised.
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LfCol Armagost Takes Over Air News Ends Era; -.1-'

Command of MARTD Fri.Colonel .

Holt Co. Publishes
Frank R. Porter Jr., ving as Executive Ollicer of
will turn over command of the MARTD Jax will serve as com-
Marine Air Reserve Training De- manding officer until September.At .
tachment here to Lieutenant that time Lieutenant ColonelL. With this edition the Jax Air
Colonel William I. Armagost on B. Dochterman... now with the News has taken on a new look.
Friday March 15. 1st Marine Aircraft Wing... will As of today, the Jax. Air NewsIs
take over command of the De- a Civilian Enterprisenewspaperprinted
tachment.A by a private firm, the Holt
native of Santa Monica, Calif., Publishing Co. of Jacksonville.
Col Porter served in both World Basically, a Civilian Enterprise
War II and the Korean Conflict. newspaper is one which is pub-
He flew 60 combat missions lished by a private firm with the
during WWII. newspaper being supported by ad-
His medals and decorations vertising. Such a newspaper Is pub-
Include: three Distinguished lished In accordance with established -

Flying Crosses, eight Air Medals, Department of Navy reg-
and the Asiatic-Pacific Compaign ulations.
Medal with four bronze stars. Civilian Enterprise newspapers
Col. Porter was graduated from except with respect to propriety
the University of Maryland. ryi1 are not subject to Department of

LtCol. Armagost was born In \ rM Albn Navy control as to advertisingcontent.
Casper, Wyo. He Is a combat _ However, commanding
veteran of both World War II officer is given authority to pro-
and Korea, being credited with hibit circulation aboard the baseof
being the last Marine jet pilotto material which is considered to
drop a bomb In Korea. He k- be In bad taste and detrimental to
has more than 6,700 hours of the Navy and Its personnel.

flight time, mostly In fighter type > Under the new concept the publisher -
aircraft. controls soliciting, pro- \
LtCol. Amagost previously serv- curement and publication of all
LtCol. W. I. ArmogostThe ed as CO of two other MARTD's- advertising matter at rates estab-
In Birmingham, Ala., and Spokane, lished by him. publisher keeps
change of command cere- Wash. His medals and decorations all advertising revenue and assumes -
mony will be carried live on Include two DistinguishedFlying NEW PUBLISHER of Jax Air News Dick Holt looks on while all risks pertaining thereto.
WFGA-TV at 0930 as part of the Crosses, 10 Air Medals,the Capt. James R. Compton, NAS Commanding Officer approves pub- (continued
Waldo Morris Show on March 15. Navy Combat "V", the Purple lishing contract. This is the first issue of the Air News under on pg. 6, col. 1)VA35 )

Col Porter's next tour of duty Heart, and the Presidential Unit the commercial enterprise concept of publishing. (Official U.S.
will be with the 1st Marine Air- Citation. Navy Photograph by Marc Whetstone JOn) Gets

craft Wing In Japan. LtCol. Armagost is a graduate of
LtCol. Armagost presently ser- the University of Florida.
New Skipper
-- Blood Donor Representatives

The squadron that provided the
first line of defense at' the
Honored at Naval
Hospital Guantanamo Bay Naval Base duringthe
u By Mae Spencer, J01 Cuban crisis gained a new
Blood Donor Representatives were honored at a luncheon held skipper here last Thursday.In .
last Wednesday at the Naval Hospital Officers Mess. Lieutenant ceremonies held infangar 114,
Commander acted Master of Ceremoniesfor Commander James R. Constantine
T. C. Hartney, Pathologist as
took the of
reigns Attack Squadron
the program following the luncheon.He .
35 relieving Commander William
summarized the Blood Donor of Commendation to Mrs. Otis.
F. Walker who has been reassignedto
Center history ..- and told howit She was praised for technical com
duties as Air Operations Officer
was begun In the spring of petence during the recent Cuban
1961 with Lieutenant Commander Crisis and her work in establishing (continued on pg. 12, col 5))
tr '+AL1F A ryy v 4 Aq, y Clare A. Otis' as the first Super- the Blood Center.
visor. Mrs. Otis is being transferredto
Captain Stephen H. Tolins, Hos- Chelsea Naval Hospital, Mass.
pital Executive Officer was then Therefore the Blood Donor Center
introduced. He spoke on the uses will be closed from six to eight
of blood,transfusions and advance- weeks until her replacement 1 r
ments made today in administeringthem. .arrives. 4bs
He also cited the use of Several Letters of Appreciationto
blood in the Korean Conflict,which NAS Departments were read
reduced the loss of life to less by Capt. Hanner. The Aircraft '
than 2"faThe Maintenance Department was com-
uses of blood by the Medical mended for furnishing 230 donorsIn
Department were outlined by Cap- the past two years and for hav-
tain C. B. Newton. Chief of ing the first gallon donor, Lyndhal
Medicine. He told how Important Stewart, MR2. The Departmentalso
typing of blood is and mentionedthe had another gallon donor. ; ,
use of blood in such conditionsas Paul M. Doyle AMS2.
VICE PRESIDENT Lyndon B. Johnson (f far right) Is greeted at stomach uclers, kidney failure, The Operations Department received -
NAS by Rear Admiral Joseph M. Carson, ComFairJax and NAB infectious diseases and bone a Letter of Appreciationfor
Sixth Naval District when the VP arrived Monday night from St. marrow deficiencies. furnishing blood donors as did >4
Augustine by helicopter. He boarded his airplane at operationsfor Several presentations were then the Overhaul and Repair Depart-
the return trip to Washington, D.C. Florida Senators Spessard made by Captain J. M. Manner, ment and the Brig.
Holland and George Smothers accompained him. (Official U. S. Hospital Commanding Officer Captain Joseph W. Weaver, NAS

Navy Photograph by Marc Whetstone, J01)) Among these was a Letter (continued on pg. 12, col. 3)) Cdr. James R. ConstontineI.

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.y NATTU EM!! Wins Polarcommendation


Outstanding performance as a H. D. Allen, NATTU Commanding
member of a flight crew engagedin Officer.
polar flights has gained fora Compton is scheduled to com-
Naval Air Technical TrainingUnit plete school in April He ranks
Aviation Ordnanceman stu- third scholastically in his class.
dent a letter of commendation.J. .
2 NAO Employees
W. Compton, A01 receivedthe
letter for his part In pro- Receive PraiseTwo
ject "Cold Feet" while attachedto employees of the Navy
VP-1 where he served as Audit Office, Jacksonville, recent-
ordnanceman of Crew Four. ly received a letter of commend-
The crew made several polar ation from Captain C. A. Raymond
flights (In the face of adverse Jr., SC, Officer in Charge of the
1.a.- weather and hazardous polar Navy Area Audit Office, Norfolkfor
HONORED AT BLOOD Donors luncheon navigating conditions at near max- their' work in connection witha
were (L. to R.) Charles W. Rogers, Treasurer of the Jack.
sonville Blood Bank; Copt. H. D. Allen, NATTU CO; Lt. Cdr. Clara A. Otis, Blood Donor Center, imum range of their aircraft.In Navy-wide Integrated audit. The
Supervisor; Capt. J. M. Hanner, Naval Hospital CO and Capt. Joseph W. Weaver, HAS Medical Of. addition, three times they auditors cited were: W. Harndenand
ficer. (Official U.S. Navy Photograph by FAPL) succeeded In locating an extremely J. E. Foster.
small moving target less than 300 Harnden headed the NAS Jax
miles from the North Pole. phase of the integrated Audit and
JF U Group not more than two of whom may Compton was given the letter of was directly assisted by Foster
The Civil Service Commission, be mertlbers' of the same politicalis commendation Wednesday, Feb- and also H. C. Hardwick and R.
composed of three members, party. ruary 27, in the office of Captain E. Anderson.ROOSEVELT .

To Hear Talk -

On Exeu OrderA

topic with which all govern-
ment employees have been striving
to become familiar, Executive
#0 Order 10988, will be the subjectof 1w
discussion at the next meetingof
Jax Chapter of the Armed Forces
Management Association to be held
March 21 at the Officers Club here.
Edward B. Powell Jr., Labor wd
Relations Advisor from the Officeof
Industrial Relations in Washington -
the, Di;1215 C., will luncheon.speak to the groupat I i 1

Powell is expected to cover various t
aspects of the Executive Or- U O
der, implemented in July of last
year and which sets up the ground
rules for government agencies to
recognize and deal with organized MALLS
groups. He will explain how the
order came about, how it has
changed the basic philosophy in

... management, significant events
r since the order was issued and what W. NORMANDY BLVD.
lies ahead. A question and answer
period will follow his talk. SHIRLEY BLANDINGWHERE
Powell who started as a sheet-
metal worker in 1922, has servedin
various supervisory capacitiesand 'Fr4T i.5: OV
as employee union represent-
10 .
ative since that time. In 1945 wt.r n. a
he was appointed labor consultantin YOU GET WITH
the Shore Establishments and $ ;.:x FREE... o;aab1 EVERY PURCHASE.
Civilian Personnel Division of the
Office of the Assistant Secretaryof
the Navy (forerunner of the
Office of Industrial Relations),and
has been Labor Relations Advisorto
the Chief of Industrial Relations
since 1951.A .
social hour beginning at 1145 j FREELARGE
will precede the March 21 s
-? luncheon.

20 oz. BOXTIDE


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.. 103rd & BLANDING )

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The Varied Tools I Of Violation Station Traffic Record


Sessions The following Is a report of
motorvehlcleaccldentsandtrafficviolations .
for the period of March
2 through March 8. The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
How are your leadership sessions? Do you look forward to being published each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
a of them or have they slipped into a of repetition in
part pattern the Holt
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS Jacksonville, Florida, by Publishing Company, a
Ideas and repetition ,n the way In which they are presented? private firm. All copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR

Leadership should be an alive men the opportunity to learn howto This Week (Mar. 2 Mar. 8).2) NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
and It should bea
exciting process. think and express themselves Total Accidents this year Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before

formal/informal twenty-four hour process and designed the- clearly; it gives them a chanceto through March L................68 publication. News items are welcomed from all sources-
meetings learn what other people are Number of Accidents through Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8164.

to make it a twentyfourhour thinking; it can promote better February 1963.......................31 Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
process must provide group communication up and down the concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing

-' y interest and discussion action on problems.A be chain of command. Number Of Days Since Last InjuryIn Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida ..

group can a Group discussion, like any lead Motor Vehicle Accident:........70 Telephone 359-5140 or 359-027L
valuable leadership tool. It gives
ership tool,must be used effective

ly. A "gift of gab" is not the NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis VOLUME 21, NUMBER 1 MARCH 14, 1963
Blood Donors sole requirement. Discussion requires -

time and preparation. Discussion week............................93

Fifty enlisted persons fromN leaders must employ de- Speeding................................ 4
A T T Unit recently.donatedblood finite guidelines. They must: ((1)) Reckless Driving.................... 3
to the Naval Hospital Blood Prepare thoroughly -- not fifteen Going through Stop Sign...........17
Donor Center. minutes before the session, ((2)) Other Violations.....................69
Donating blood from AOA Give men time to think throughto }

School were: Michael S. Phelps, an answer, ((3)) Get members Twenty-Seven drivers appeared
AA; Edgar Robinson, AA; Mich- personally involved and relate the before the Traffic Hearing Boardat
ael J. Bourcier, AA; ChristopherL discussion to real leadership pro- the meeting held on March 11.

Gibbs, AA; Maurice R. Gunn, blems, ((4)) Avoid getting involvedso Disposition of the cases Includethe
AA; Rufus A. Moore, AN; Ron- that they answer all their own following: Nine lost drivingand
ald C. Robinson, AA; Robert G. questions, ((5)) Encourage particip- and parking privileges aboard
Squier, AA; Garry L. Thesi, AA; ation from everyone, ((6)) Keep station; 12 were assigned to com-
Ronald D. Tiner, AA; Gary R. the discussion on the topic--If plete an eight-hour course in re-: r
Britton, AA; David K.Brown,A03; it strays the purpose Is lost, menial driving instructions; seven
John D. Brush, AA; Tim Burk- ((7)) Keep their tempers -- don't were given suspended penalties;

head, AA; Richard H. Day, AA; tolerate language that diminishes ten were given warnings; three
George H. Hams, AA; Thomas M. confidence or respect due to sup- were dismissed and one was referred -

Hinson, AA; Leo J. Pecolve AA; eriors, ((8)) Learn about their men to commanding officers for
Raymond E. Sesgraves, AA; F. and use this knowledge to mold possible disciplinary action.
Shepard, AA;and Richard J.Shlmo, the group into a strong team, Drinking and Driving is pro- ( rAN
AA. ((9)) Have the proper attitude. The minent on the list of causesof
Donors from AOB School were discussion is conducted because it traffic accidents. Every driver EXAMPLE OF the little extra services provided during the

Exed D. August, A03; Harold G. is for mutual benefit and the goodof should be thoroughly convincedthat current National Health-Joint Crusade Fund Drive Is that pro.

Brown, A03; Stanley H. Hill, A03; the command.If driving and drinking don't vided by members of the Navy Wives Club No. 86, who have volunteered
Allen I. Kellman, A02; Thomas L. group discussion is under- mix. Slogans such as "If you their time to count the money donated to the campaign.
McClain, A02; Donald E. Wilson, stood, it becomes a valuable lead- drive, don't drink; and if you These three members of the Wives Club busy themselves at their
A02; and Albert V. McLain, A02. ership tool. Other methods can drink, don't drive", have helped.But job. (L. to R.) Mrs. Richard Wiggins, Mrs. Henry Wernet and Mrs.
Those donating from AEA School and should be used: lectures, films, the fact is that in 30% of Alan Lundy. Military and civilian personnel of Navy activitiesin

were: Richard C. Burgress, AE1; written materials, tapes, all have fatal accidents, one or both of the the Jax area are being asked to contribute I to six National
Ralph W, Hooey, AA; Paul N. their merit. However, they must drivers had been drinkingand that Health agencies and three international agencies of the Joint
Kelneberger, AA; Linn L. Parry, be understood and used or they of all pedestrains killed, 22were Crusade. The campaign is now in its fifth week (Official U.S.

AA; Jerry O. Poplin, AA;Panic J. become worthless tools. under the Influence of intoxicants.'Of Navy Photograph by Marc Whetstone, J01)SEAPOWER)
Purcell, SN; John J, Quinn, AN; The first step in any military course, some people boast that
** Hervert D. Rhodes, AA; and JerryR. problem is to estimate and evaluatethe they can drive as well after drink-

Wade, AA. situation. Are you doing this ing as they could before. But
Those donors from AEB School) with your leadership tools? research shows that alcohol slows

were: Angus W. Davis, AE3; E. (Reprinted from the PANORAMA, reaction time, impairs vision, and

A. Diaz, AE3; James S. Dana U. S. Naval Support Activity, distorts the vision of everyone who As a symbol of seapower, USS Albany (CG-10)) may never haveto
hue, AE1; Charles R. Eirich Naples.) drinks. fire! shot I In defense of America or her allies.

AE1; Edward B. Many SN; Ralph Yet, fighting or not, ner mission sales and aircraft at extremelylong
Monds, AE1; Robert J. Barnum, C' Wf o Ys ? eiclIs is important to the existence of ranges. During wartime, her
AE2; Larry M.Demel,AE3;James every man, woman and child of versatility provides the Navy witha

H. Lee, AE2; Philip E. Mains, -., the Free World. capability covering a broad

AE3; J. F. McNamara, AE1, and -- _.-: -......" How can one ship have any effect portion of the spectrum of naval
Ronald K. Williams AE2. ...;:.... on a modern world bristlingwith operations: offensive I strikes

the devices of mass destruction against air, surface and sub-sur-
Divine ? What Is the job of this face threats; defensive support of

ship, the guided missile cruiser striking forces; antisubmarine

Services Albany, which affects so many erations; and support of am-
people? The answer, of course, phibious landings.
c is that no one ship can existas
PROTESTANT DO During peacetime her job is of
a protector of everyone; how- less the
no importance. "Showing
0830--Holy. Communion. AllSaints'
ever, as a symbol of and
'' a" present flag" in foreign ports, with her
future naval power, and as a mem- obviously restrained power in full
1030--Naval Hospital Chapel -
ber of today's Navy-Marine Corps view of the people of the world,
0930 -Servlce of
Divine Wor-
team, Albany is typical of the
Albany helps to demonstrate pos-
ship, All Saints' Chapel "You kill determination
m., ifr.ddi.i" of the officers and
itive proof of the interest of this
1100--Service of Divine Wor-
men who man her that freedomof of
ship, AU Saints' Chapel country in the preservation
seas shall be maintained.Her world peace through seapower.The .

CATHOLICSunday striking power staggers the presence of Albany and her
4 imagination. She can seek and des-
sister ships of our Navy trouble
b supersonic missiles
troy and air-
0630--Naval Hospital Chapel '( ,. craft at a moment's notice. She spots around the world serve as
a further symbol of our country'sdetermination
0900 & 1200St. Edwards
can probe the
depths of the ocean that nations shall be
Chapel. n for submarines and destroy them free and. shall be permitted to

Weekdays before they reach ,torpedo range; live in peace.
she can bring her destructive
The United States Navy, throughits
Monday Through Friday
power to bear on shore targets mobile and and
0630--St. Edwards Chapel : versatile ships
'; without coming In sight of land. the men who them main-
HalL operate ,
1615--King Dally except While
roaming the vast
tains the freedom of the seas
Thursday. ( > : i the world, her radar can scan more than 707o of the earth'ssurfaceand

Saturday -- one-half million square miles of the influence of this
their surface and the air above mobile force is i felt
0800--St. Edwards them during svlftly
0900-Klng Hall any twenty-four wherever the dangers of brushfire
hour period. She
can communicatewith
Confessions are heard from J tv... point conflicts threaten.
any on earth at any Adapted from "The U.S.
1900-2000 and before Masses. time, and can detect Seabag"
enemy mis Naval Station, Norfolk Virginia.innwi.rmi .



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V ATTACK SQUADRON 176 finally Initiated their new CAG as a
"Spad" pilot, and for Cdr. J. P. Moorer, Commander Air Group
Ten It was the slowest he had flown in many a cruise. Only a few
months ago, Cdr. Moorer was the skipper of VF-62, flying the
1000 MPH Crusader. But to satisfy a desire to fly the slowest
aircraft in his air group, he made the trip to Jax to fly the SPAD
(A.1H) for the first time since June 1958. The long I layoff f did
not seem to hinder him, however, as he posted qualifying scoresin
both bombs and rockets. Cdr. Hoyt Maulden, VA-176 skipperleft
( ) congratulates Cdr. Moorer on breaking the 100 MPH barrier,
thus making him the squadron's newest "Thunderbolt". (OfficialU.
S. Navy Photograph by VA-176))
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\ Car Ready For Summer Driving ?


t Think your car is all set for spring--and which the survey occurs so gradually that it goes

summer drlvlng.Maybe it is. showed were neglected by many unnoticed by the average motorist

-1 1rp But then again, maybe it Isn't, car owners--are: 1. Fan' belt..35. until I It reaches the point where
If results of a massive 13,000car percent cars checked had worn more than a simple tune-up Is

survey in 400 U.S.. Citiesare fan belts. A broken fan belt may needed to remedy the situation.

any Indication. strand you when you least expectit Better let your mechanic check

Conducted by automobile ser- with an overheated engine.Don't your car now, before the little

vice experts on cars picked at take a chance. Your service stationor things become big ones.

random as owners pulled in for garageman can check the fan

gasoline, the gigantic test revealed belt on your car in minutes, and
without much doubt that Mr. may save you from burning out

Average Motorist does not have an engine. 2. Ignition timing...
his car properly prepared for A whopping 70 percent of cars PARTSeverything

warm weather driving.Two checked last summer were out

out of three car owners, of time, which can cause poor

t4'I' for example, did not have their gas mileage and loss of power. Sam-6pm automotive

,. cars' cooling systems serviced Your mechanic can quickly cor-
before hot weather set In. Six rect this condition while per-

I'I'g I't' t out of ten did not have their forming a routine tune-up, whichIs

cars tuned up last spring.If inexpensive and can pay for

at this point, you're ask- Itself in fuel savings. 3. Exhaust

< ing yourself whether these ser- system..Chances of having aleak,
vices are really essential, better where dangerous carbon monoxide
also revealed fumes can escape are one in four,
read The
: survey
NX ADDED SERVICE-Cdr. J. L. Delany, Navy Exchange Officer .
the Have
according survey.
explains to Capt. H.D. Allen, NATTU CO, the operation of some Interesting
what when vital dealer check the entire exhaust -
about happens
the equipment In the newly-opened Automatic Laundry In Bldg.
maintenance services are ignored.For system on your ear next
412 located
The 20
on new 16-pound washing
50-poundryers ma. example, one out of ten time he has It on his grease
chines and six are soon expected to be joined by
motorists who did not bother to rack for a lube job.
acoindry'cleanlngunit and steam The laundry also
press. servesas cars' One thing the didn'tshow
have their cooling survey
a pickup station for dry cleaning and finished laundry from systems convenient
serviced last spring found them- is why people will invest
0900-2000 Monday through Saturday while the selMaundry Is credit terms
open small fortune in an automobile,
selves over on
boiling PHONE
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same Navy Photograph by FAPL)
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through its Service Information Funds.. ths, three out of every five motor- ----
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comed for publication from all Air News will be provided freeto worn, while one out of every three GET AMISSILE

sources. The SIO will review, personnel of all commands a- had faulty ignition systems in their
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trol all editorial copy of the Jax each week.If Either or both of these factorscan

Air News. present plans work out, it waste gasoline. Test results,
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14 March 1963 JAX AIR NEWS Page 1

Research is Main Hope In Battle Against MD Bluejackets Inn

"rmgoing to be a ballet dancer," and cure for dystrophy and related
says the cute little blonde in the neuromuscular diseases afflicting Doin's 4
wheel chair, "If I grow up." But millions.
her muscles are wasting away with
muscular dystrophy. Every day Muscular Dystrophy is one of Thursday, March 14 -
brings her closer to total help six agencies seeking your financial Dance Featuring Carl Boyd and
lessness. Her only hope? Re support in the current lax Navy the Rhythm Kings 2000 2400.
search. National Health Agencies-Joint
Your donation to Muscular Crusade fund drive. Friday, March 15
Dystrophy Associations of America Dance Featuring Phil Kay and
provides patients with medical help Give for Better Health throughthe the Chantels 2000 2400.
and supports scientific research Campaign of your National
which will one day reveal the cause Health Agencies.Service. Saturday, March 16
Dance Featuring March Wilson
and the Red Coats 2100 0100. :

Sunday, March 17 _
Dance Featuring Carl Boyd and
the Rhythm Kings 2000 2400.

Monday, March 18
'(S Dining and Dancing.

\. Tuesday, March 19
Happy Hour 1700 1800.

[EV 7-64821] Dining and Dancing.

Wednesday, March 20 GERMAN NAVAL VISITORS-.Capt. Albrecht Schnarke, Head of
Game Night 2000 The Federal German Navy Weapons Command, takes notes while
COASTAL AUTOMOTIVE"YOUR touring the massive flight deck of the USS Saratoga (CVA.60)) al
Lt. R. D. Richardson, USN, the ship's Public Information Officer ),
CAR DESERVES THE BESTI" Sign in factory: "Anybody who points out part of the arresting gear. (L. to R.) Cdr.Frehse,
wishes to attend the funeral of a FGN, Assistant to Capt.SchnQrke; Cdr Schroeder, FGN, Assist
NAVY PERSONNEL WELCOME! relative must tell the foreman of ant to Capt. Schnarke, Lt. Richardson, USN, Escort Officer and

J. E. Baker 6073 Roosevelt Blvd. Jax, Fla. his department before"10:30 A.M. Capt. Schnarke. (Official! U. S. Navy Photograph USS Saratoga).
on the day of the game.
German IU navaiOfficers

Tour SaraAboard

the USS Saratoga(CVA-
60)) at Mayport, Fla. -Highlightinga
week of Important visitors tour-
ing the attack aircraft carrier
USS Saratoga (CVA-60)) was the
6263 ROOSEVELT BLVD. 2200 MAYPORT ROAD arrival on March 8 of Captain
Albrecht Schnarke, head of the
ANNUALMOBILE Federal German Navy Weapons
Capt. Schnarke, with two of his
assistants, were guests aboard the
HOME carrier which is berthed at the
Mayport, Florida, Naval Station
piers. The group arrived here
prior to a four-day visit of various
Naval Commands in the Norfolkarea.
Their visit Is part of a
national tour as guests of the
Chief of Naval Operations.The .
German Captain and his
party toured Saratoga's Gunnery
Department before having lunch
with Captain Frederick T. Moore,
,- FRI.-MARCH 15th th'ru Jr., Commanding Officer of the
:.z.N ALL MOBILE MON.MARCH 18th carrier. Capt. Schnarke's specific
interests included the features of
\l:1Sh3.: ((8 AM til 9 PM Dolly) ordnance weapons development,

HOME MODELS production and testing of ordnanceand
\'" the training of ordnance per-

,\IL DRASTICALLYREDUCEDT0 WIN sonnel.This was the second visit to

the oara for Capt. Schnarke who
\) GO! boarded the ship while she was
in the Mediterranean in 1958.

Special Invitation MAKE US A A FREE VACATION NARC Program Offers
Hope to the RetardedA
child catches a falling snow-
ON ANY DREAM flake on his mitten. His face lights.
3 DAYS & 2
SONNEL AND THEIR FAMILIES NIGHTS up with Joy. This child knows happiness .
LAND HOUSING, NAS STATION !Like normal youngsters, retarded -
AREAS. camp and grow up with hope.
Make Us a Reasonable Offer On Any Through the National Association
SEETHE TERRIFIC BARGAINS ON THE Mobil. Home, If Wt Refuse Your for Retarded Children, programs,
FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES. BEST DEALS IN TOWN! Offer, You Will Win A Trip FREEI are being provided across the
country to help America's 5 1/2:
million retarded to a normal place
Portable Elect. Reg. Now 9 Cup Elect. Reg. Now 10 Qt. Plastic Reg. Now Plastic Laundry Reg. Now in the community.The .
MIXER $79.95 $12.SO COFFEE MAKER $72.95 $5.95 BUCKET 99. 39 BASKET 1.49 S9I National Association for

Retarded Children is one of six
agencies seeking your flnanlcal
support In the current Jax Navy
I1tJIfrp11L fund drive for National Health
6263 ROOSEVELT BLVD. Agencies and Joint Crusade.
EV. 4-5584 Give for Better Health throughthe

(Offer good only at Roosevelt Blvd. & Mayport Stores.) Health campaign Agencies.of your National



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JAX AIR NEWS 14 March 1963




i Jax Navy's golfing quintet latch- medalist trophy after running a
ed onto the honors ahead of 15 playoff with Nick Urdan of Robins.
teams at the close of NAS Jack- Both men ended the tournamentwith
sonville's first Southeast Military scores of 151.
Invitational Golf Tournament held In addition to receiving the first
last Thursday and Friday. place trophy, each of the five
Leading the winners into the Jax members was awarded a wrist-
i victory circle was Lew Gifford watch. Captain James R. Compton
who shot a 152 for the 36-hole NAS Commanding Officer, made
tourney. Behind him In the run- the presentations.This .
ning for the Jax team were Ron was the first attempt by
Fulton and Bill Robbins with scoresof NAS Jax in holding an all-service
154, Milt Hurst with a 164 invitational tournament of this na-
and Al Selman with a 170. Their ture. According toSpecialServicesOfficer
combined was 623. William Fitch, the tournament
t One point separated the Sax Men will become an annual event.
from the runnerup team from Robins "From the reports I received;
Air Force Base and only says Fitch, "the tournament was
one point separated Robins from exceptionally well accepted by the
QUINTET LINKSTERS-Flrst NAS Jax Military Invitational Golf Championship trophy Is presented the Cecil Field entry. participants. In fact many sfad it
Jax Navy's team by Capt. J. R. Compton, NAS CO. On the receiving end are (L to R) Lew Low medalist trophy went to was the smoothest run tourney
Gifford I Milt Hurst, Ron Fulton, AI Selman and Bill Robbins. The winners out scored 15 other Jerry Foley of Cecil Field who they had played."
teams from Army, Air Fore, Navy and Marine Corps commands. (Official Navy Photograph by Marc fired a 147. Ben Jennett, also
Whetstone, J01)Sebring) of Cecil, claimed the.second low

IM Links NoteThe

will be assigned to the farm teams
League for training and eventually broughtup final organizational Spring
to a minor league team. IntramuVal' Golf meeting will be

1 Teams Formed Major teams are: Suddath, held this Wednesday. March 20,
!W "''''' Frosty Acres, Coca Cola, Fore- at the Mainslde gym, Bldg 3.
most, VP-7, NATTU, VA-44 and
Little League action at the Blue Scalpels (Jax4Hospital).
1 Angle Park is a mere three weeks Minor teams are: ComFairJax, The meeting will start at 0930
away here at NAS Jax with'' play North Fla. Motors Fleet Reserve, in the Athletic Director's Office
beginning April 6. Original Pancake House, NARTU, with all interested Commands invited -
The league consists of eight Supply Dept., NATTU and VA-45. to attend.
major teams and eight teams in

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reveals separated these two : 341 1 Roosevelt Boulevard CO 4.9611 Orange Park i I 1}
brothers until they met here last I ji> M Miles S. of Main Gate-Open 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM Daily <
Thursday. Larry Hurst (left), a 1
Lt. Cdr., with the NAS Glynco, H} Excellent Food Italian and American ?ty,
Ga., golf team admiringly looksat U'''i EXPERTLY PREPARED CARRY-OUT ORDERS {H}:: |{
brother (Ltjg(! )) Milt's wristwatch !'!!':. Steak Chicken Chops Seafood Pizza I t!f
."t' he received as a memberof p BEER AND BANQUET FACILITIES J f!\

the Jax Navy team which won :} Expecting Guests 1111>
last week's SE Military Invitational Invite them to stay at the Thrift Motel, ::

...-'i... 4',;, ", Golf Tournament. Now that I : 30 Air-CondltioneJ Rooms 4 I i
Reasonable Rates
the tourney is to be an annual J
affair, both they'll be back ;:;:: TV and Swimming Pool :::;:f j::;:
say 1 Fishing Facilities Available /!jlf r 1j
(Official U.S. .,
Auto next year. Navy t1 Modem Clean Comfortable .d \r!<
Race Photograph by Marc Whetstone Service Personnel Welcome *'" < \
J01)) Phone CO 4.9633'
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Set For March 23 AIR. BASE

Confirmed entries of drivers and parals Jaguars and a host of othersare
cars for internationally famous making up the already filled MOTORS iI1c.
12-hour Endurance Race at'Seb field of 65 cars starting this ter-
ring, Fla., Saturday March 23, rific 12-hour grind. New and Used Cars
will present to the fans of the The fast 5.2 mile Sebring trackis
auto racing world a field of ready for the onslaugh of the
drivers from all divisions of the world's fastest cars and drivers.It All Salesmen U.S.N. Retired
sport. The race will begin at 1000.A could be that this year the
few of the more than 100 American entered power plants
world-famous drivers that will could take home the honors and Before you buy any new or used car -_
be on hand for this starstuddedfield points awarded to the winners.
Include from Europe:Graham Some say the Cobra Is the fastest
Hill, John Surtees and Hopktrk thingon wheels In the U.S. today.
(England); Malresse, and Scarflottl The fast straights: tricky right SEE US FIRST !
(Italy); Herrmann and Barth (Ger- and left hand corners will bring
many); BOnnier (Sweden); these speeding missiles from 150
Rodriques (Mexico); and Clark miles per hour down to 40 mphin *
Browne, Manerow and Lerch split seconds. More than 100 car inventory to t Choose; from
(Canada). USA entries include
A.J. Foyt, Hall Sharp and Hissom Residents of Los Angeles who *
Financing arranged for
(Texas); Parnelli( Jones and Dan insist their motorists are the you
Gurney (Calif.); Hoibert and Han- country's worst, tell of an Injured -
sgen(New Jersey); Sesslar ((0),10)) ); pedestrain who was askedIf
Fireball Roberts (Daytona Beach); he got the license plate num- 384-5575
Hever and Kimberly (Wisconsin). ber of the driver who struck him.
Ford powered Cobras Corvettes "No," was the answer. "But' I'd
Farraris, Porsches.Chap- remember that laugh anywhere." 6435 Roosevelt Boulevard -- Jacksonville ID, Florida

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114'Ma'r Ma'r 196'3' JA'X A' I-R'HEWS' Page 9 'I

King Mackerels TaggedFor ;.7 as tY Adds Jax
A y

'63 Fishing Derby AmateurCrown

.. -
What is believed to be the first has been
ever reported caught. .
organized program ever attemptedto The King Mackerel, or "King- L. '
tag King Mackerel has been put fish", Is one of Florida's most
into motion in Florida with the prized fishes, being noted for its +y y y f It looks as though this is Lew
capture and release of 200 King regal qualities in both sport and Gifford's year for golf.
Mackerel carrying tags of the commer ce Although a migratory # fi j;4y He started off by winning the
Schlitz 1963 Florida Fishing Derby. species, its migration patterns are \ Gator Bowl honors, followed by
The Mackerel have been taggedin at present merely "educated spe- ? taking the NAS Jax Military
the Florida Keys in recent weeks culation." r Championship; was a member of
by a tagging team of the Florida "We hope," Research Director the Jax Navy team which won the
State Board of Conservation,it was Ingle said, "that recaptures of Qxk .a yyy 3 y Southeast Military Invitational
announced by Robert M. Ingle, Schlitz-tagged specimens will sup I y' week and, last Sunday, added the
Director of Research for the Con- ply the first link In our study of fJl- title as the men's Jacksonville
servation Board. the dynamics of the species." Amateur Golf Association cham-
Ingle pointed out that to his He added that this ,first tagging {
knowledge, not only has this spe- operation is only the beginning ofa pion.Winning this last title was doneso
cies never been the subject of an long-range, large-scale tagging under a great amount of
organized tagging program, but program that will be begun soon by V r pressure.In .
also that no tagged King MackerelDRIVE the Conservation Board.It t'NS a field with 40 other city
is vary difficult to tag King and area amateurs, Gifford main-
Mackerel, Ingle explained. The : ti tained a steady pace through the
King is well armed with teeth, first 54 holes of the 72-hole tour-
making it dangerous and unpre- nament. However, local golfer
dictable to handle. In addition, y Ray Terry, Florida State titllst,
IN THEATRE Its respiratory system is so of the Timuquana Golf Course,
delicate that a specimen will die where the final play was held,
CARLOAD' in a matter of seconds out of pressed his challenge and when all
water, or it its free movementsin the holes had been played, both
Including Free Wed. water if hampered.To he and Gifford were tied at 288.
Movies (with pass) accomplish the delicate tag- .- :. t This action resulted in a sudden-

See The Best For Lest ging, Consultant Bibloglst Robert ... ,, ::.I death playoff. After matching each
Topp used a modification of the others shots in the first two holes,
[See Daily Papers For technique employed by the California TIME WILL TELL Like the wristwatch on elght-year-old Kelly Terry landed in the rough on
Programs Fish and Game Commissionin Gifford's arm, time will tell if someday he'll fill his Dad's golf number three and got in even
tagging Pacific Albacore. shoes. Lew, and other members of the Jax Navy Team who won deeper with an overrolling wedge
Eat The Best Pizza Praising Topp for the project, the SE Military Invitational Golf Tournament here last week, received shot, leaving Gifford alone on the
This Side of Rome Ingle said Topp had found It necessary wristwatches as individual awards. (Official U. S. Navy green.
to wrap each captured Photograph by Marc Whetstone, J01)) Gifford's rounds for the tourneywere
Free Box
Popcorn King in a wet towel while affixingthe : 68-72-74-74. Taking third
Bring Ad/ To Our tag with the greatest possible place honors was another Navy
Concession Stand speed. man, Jerry Foley of NAS Cecil
.I Supply Sweeps Cage Field.

MAKING A MOVE? Tilts For IM TitleSupply's Spring Cup Golf,

Rent A Tourney BeginsSat.
cagers fought their wayto A desperate attempt was uneventful -
NEW FORD Truck the NAS 1M basketball crown resulting in Supply winning the ., March 16
VANS last Monday after beating their game and the championship by a
STAKES National League competitors, schore of 60-58. The Annual two-day NAS Jack-
PICK.UPS VA-44, two consecutive games out High scorer for the Friday night sonville Spring Cup Golf Tourna-
PANELS LIFT GATES of three. The first game was won game was Dave Hammond of Sup ment gets underway Saturday,
by only onepoint..the second game ply with 23 points. Monday night March 16, with an expected turn-
Move Yourself by a mere two points. the honor went to Tom Warner of out of nearly 75 lInksters.
And Save Up To 50% SPECIAL The playoff began last Friday. VA-44 who also potted 23. Restricted to monthly ticket
LONG-DISTANCE Supply jumped out in front earlyin VA-44 ended its season with an holders of the NAS Golf Course,
RATES the game only to have its lead 8-2 record while Supply holds the tournament is a 36-hole con-
sliced right up to the finish. With 9-1.
KNATI 311 six seconds remaining, they held Supply will now face the cagers test.Eligible to enter are NAS civilian
W EL. STATE 3.8684llOJULIAsfT ST. VA-44 from reaching the goal, of NATTU to decide the Station employees, retired personnel and
iAli R NTAL winning 52-51. Championship, possibly sometime active duty personnel. The tourna-
Monday night's game was a near early next week. ment will be concluded Sunday,
EL 3.7475 repeat performance by both March 17.

squads.all the first The score quarter.was Supply's tied 16 Jax Sailors Set For Sail SundayThe

strongest lead throughout thegame
MARCH 19-24-JAX COLISEUMTickets never exceeded 10 points. In the third Tri-Club Sailing ReThe Jax Navy Sailing Club will
closing minutes of play, however, gatta will be held this Sunday on compete in the three race sail-
on Solo at Coliseum, 1145 E. Adams, VA-44 lagged by no more than the St. Johns River with the ing event starting off with a skip-
Or at Door Before Each Per'.r."c.M. ] Rudder Club
Jacksonville hosting at 1000.
five tallies and in the last two pers meeting
seconds were only one goal behind. the event.
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Tickets also on sale in Jacksonville at Civic Aud 924 Laura at Orange
itorium, Hemming Park. ALL SEATS RESERVED.

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10 14 Uordi{ IH'3'

frL ; ;iiiia Little Theater Readies Group First Play"The ,. I

Windjammers Workshop", Wednesday of every month at
vb\k : the Station Little Theater groupis 8:00 p.m. in Building 804.
now holding nightly reversals Anyone who may have pickedup

for its first production.The and returned a manuscript for
__ play is the"Golden Fleece"It the reading and has not received
is directed by Lieutenant Jim their deposit may come to Bldg.
Cavanuagh of the Naval Hospitaland 804 tonight Thursday, for their
stars Lieutenant CommanderBill refund, it was stated.
McFarland of VA-44 In the
male lead and Mrs. Jane Holmesin
the female leading role. CPO Wives Notes

The Workshop plans to presentthe
"Golden Fleece" in about six The CPO Wives Club will present

, weeks at the Hospital Theater.A "Womanless Fashion Show" featuring -
group spokesman said that nine "Beauties"on Saturday
there is an urgent need for tech- March 16.
nicians, particulary electriciansand The evening's entertainment will
scencery painters. begin with a social hour at 7:00p.rn.
'1C Membership in the Workshop is This will be followed by the show

open to all hands itwas emphazied. and then a dance is scheduled from
General meetings are held the third 9:00 p.ml: to midnight. The Com-
Fairjax Dance Band will play for
LITTLE THEATER GROUP looks on while Capt. James R. Compton, HAS Jax CO approves pro- dancing.The .
Student "I drink lots
posed b -laws of the organization. Named the "Windjammers" Workshop" membership Is open to all of milk :because always doctor evening will be free of

hands. ((L. to R.) Lt. Jim Cavanaugh, Naval Hospital; Mrs. Bill McFarlane; Capt. Compton; Mrs. milk is a great my bone builder.says" charge to all active duty and retired -

Susan Krauss and Lt. Buz Krauss of VP-30. (Official U.S. Navy Photograph by Marc Whetstone JOl) Coed: "Too bad it's gone to E-Ts, E-S-s. and E-9s!
and their

USAFI Offers Spring Gray Lady your head. - .
Gray Ladies, Staff w - a e

Biology Course / Phone EV 7-1111 /
Aides Set MeetingA I Class Starts AprilMrs. COLD WAVE

The United States Armed Forces
Kenneth Law, Chairman of
combined of the Red Institute USAFI Madison, Wis-
meeting (
NAS Red Cross Gray Ladies, announced -
Cross Gray Ladies and Staff Aides cojisin has announced the avail- that the spring class for : $ :
will be held on March 20 at 1000at ability of College Biology 1. This Gray Lady volunteers at the Naval 95
similar to those offeredby
the Naval Hospital Lounge. course, Hospital will be held the week of
Members civilian in the fresh-
from NAS Jax, Cecil colleges
April 1, Monday through Friday,
Field and NS Mayport will attend.It man or sophomore year, will soon each
from 0900 to noon day.
is expected that awards and be available at the CI&E Office. with /
the I
Gray Ladies assist pro- Complete t1"
This is of the funda- ,
caps will be presented during the a study
fessional Red Cross staff in carry-
meeting. mentals of living thingstheir Styled Setting
ing out a program of recreationand I
Commander nature, functions, reproduction,
Jerome Imbury, personal services for hos- Md Hair Cut
MC, Chief of Pediatrics at the and place in the environment. It Phone EV 7-1111
help as receptionistsand
pital patients:
the of bio- ."
Hospital will speak on "Dependent understanding non-professional assistants in
Medical Care In Relation toAvail- logical principles rather than the the ward ((1)t ) Bernard's made a special purchase at the beau
the clinics, pediatric ,
able Medical Resources." accumulation of descriptive information I ty show last week on perms.! .
and the blood bank; and assist
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March 1963 JAX AIR NEWS Page 11

NATTU "B" Women to Follows In' the foreseeable future.space
missions will be undertaken by

School Men In Space AgeThe test pilots, and there are no space
test pilots among the female pilots

Open HouseClass National Aeronautics and of America.
Space Administration says hopes Soviet cosmonaut Pavel Popovich
send said recently "The world will a rn? f. ;+w
to Into
space as
"D" School students at
learn about the first
soon space-
the Naval Air Technical TrainingUnit scientists navigators and host- woman." But the implied boast
esses but not for
some time.
held "Open House" for their that she'd be Russian was taken
dependents last week. School has set up six different with reserve In Western Scientific
The "Open House" started In lectures or exhibitions Includinga circles.
King Hall where Captain H. D. refreshment period.Guests were
Allen NATTU Commanding Officer then divided Into six groups and
greeted the group. one group was attending each lec-
After the opening ceremonies ture In each of six periods.The Student: "I always drink lots
the group split up and were taken "Open House" is heldat of milk because my doctor says
through a pre-arranged scheduleby periodic intervals to acquaintthe milk Is a great bone builder."
selected Instructors.In the past, family of the student with Coed: "Too bad It's gone to
the Aviation Electrician's Mate what he Is undergoing. your head."


(( .1 / 100 HOURS PINS-Five Navy Relief Volunteer workers were presented .
with 100 hours pins for volunteer work in the Navy Relief
1w offices. Miss Francina Stonesipher from Washington D. C., whois
instructing a new class of Volunteers made the presentation.
B. (L. to R.) Mrs. Jesse V. Westerman and Mrs. John E. Welling
Mrs. J. Westerman earned her pin In the Jacksonville Auxiliary
Office and Mrs. J. Wtllings earned her's with Layette Group in
Pa. Not present when photo was taken were: Mrs. William S. Stewart .
,Mrs. Carl L. Wihelm and Mrs. Charles Cooter. (Official U.S.
Navy Photograph By Ron Gardner, PH2))

New CommissaryHours Navy Wives

New huurs of operation will be
in effect at the Commissary Store
beginning Thursday, March 28 it Jax Navy Wives Club #86
was announced this week. They met on Wednesday March 6, with
will be Monday through Thursday Mrs. Henry Wernet presiding.The
v. 0900-1700; Friday 0900-1900Sat; membership voted on revisionsto
MAIL ORDER or Phone 355.7561 the National and SER
urday 0800-1400. These changesare By-Laws;
being made In order that these revisions will be presentedat
a the store will be open late in the SER Meeting scheduled for Mayat
evening on each payday, militaryand Pensacola. Election of Dele-
Purcelli, Laura at Church civilian. gates to this Meeting will be held
lacVianvllle 2, Florid. April 6 a t the notified business
/ meeting of the club.It .
\ '? \ Please send me Fertrel Shlrt-dresf was decided to donate $10
at 13.00 to each of the following Agencies:
Little League of NAS; Cancer
} i s Quantity . .. Site ... ... .. Society, Heart Fund and Marchof

# $ Collar style .. . . . .. ... Dimes.
Club members were informedof
: v : % Color . . 2nd Color .. .
i \ Gray Lady training course
'''r 4 Please add SOe postage and Insurance I coming up and urged to make
J g plus 3% sales tax plans now, to participate in Red
4 t ts Cross work at the Naval Hospital.
> NAME ..... ... . .. ... .. The club has a large contingentof
: t '
:: ';
f STREET ... .. ... ZONE .. .. certified Gray Ladies now. but
with the coming of summer many
r CITY ... .. .. ..STATE ...... will be leaving and replacementsare
: I II Iry needed.
The social for membersand
Q Check or M.O. D CHare monthly
Please allow 7. weeks for mail orders guests, will be held March 23
: at 2000 at Dewey Park clubhouse.
Social *nd Educational meeting
takes place March 20 and at this
time, a speaker will give pointerson

SPECIAL! Fresfi-as-Spr/ng/ I good friendship grooming.A Luncheon. is planned

for March 28, at which time the
NWC will entertain ladies of the
cuban colony residing Jackson
Fort re/ Shi'rfcfressesaf ville.
The Navy Wives nursery on
Child St. NAS, will have a super-
visor -shortly. Jax NWC ###86
//usf..73. rtif invites all parents that have taken
advantage of the nursery facilities -
in the past, to come in and
Here are your favorite classics by Serbin. After all, what other fashion '.''.'.'-IL'- ,.'. meet the supervisor and see the
The fabulous .911 9.N- 1" improvements made. This Invi-
takes you so many places with such endearing aplomb? -
tation also the small
fabric Is Fortrel-wonderfully wearable and washable. Your choice of SALE! LAST 3 DAYS! nursery maintained at the Naval

ourA-button-front, Bermuda collar style or B-Sttp.In with Gentry collar. OUR COMPLETE STOCK OF Hospital compound, free, for OPD
Roll sleeves, 6" deep hemlines, precision pleating. Pink, yellow blue, CLASSICS & POP RECORDSFor patients.Mrs. .
mint. Sizes 8 to 18. John Lee was appointed
Your Listening Pleasure/ Points Chairman.. The membersof
*TM the new clubhouse Committee

HOYTHIGH will meet at Dewey Park club-
house on March 13, at 1930.


-- CENTER Over 83 percent of the 1,925,000
employees participating in the
Downtown and Roosevelt Mafl Roosevelt MallLakewoodSan Federal health benefits program
Jose have the high option coverage.

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p.gel2 JAX AIR NEWS 14 March 1963

I I /MoviesMovies Lt. Young Named 1953 He and began has his served naval aboard career the In USO NotesAn VA35of

USS Sirius USS Union NAS
4 at the USS .
will be shown regularly Alameda and In the Office of the Informal St. Patti's Party Saratoga.Cdr.

r at 1900 on Monday through Satur- Supply PersonalityLieutenant Supervisor of Shipbuilding, will be held Monday March 18 Executive. Constantine Officer of was Attack formerly Squadron -

day; at 1400 and 1900 on Sunday,at Pascagoula, Miss.Blood at the Jacksonville USO from 2000to
the Malnstde and NATTU Theatersand C. W. Young has been 2300. The NAS Combo will 42, at NAS Ocean l.

at 1900 only on Sunday at the named as the Supply Department's Donor furnish the music.On Va. In assuming of duties as he Com-
Officer VA-35 took
Hospital Theater. These times are Personality of. the*month for Wednesday, March 27 from manding ,
(Continued from Page 1)) command of a squadron that hasa
subject to change In the future. March. He Is the PurchaseOfficerand 2000 to 2300 there will be a
Medical Officer was praised for record of outstanding perfor-
Assistant Program Management Bon Voyage Party for the USS
his establishment of the Blood
Thursday, March 14 Branch Officer.Ceremonies and the USS Sabine.
Program at Jax, Cecil Field and Saratoga The squadron flies the time-
Malnslde--Taras Bulba. were held In Cap- Free dancing lessons are Iven
and for the transferof
NATTUnlf- The Great Van tain J. D. Sullivan's office (the Mayport every Thursday night from 2000 tested prop-driven A-1H
naval and civilian credits of Sky raider attack bomber. Duringthe
Robbery. NAS Supply Officer) commendingLt. to 2130.
Hospital--Sampson And The Young. He was honored for the blood. The Jacksonville USO Club 318 Cuban crisis, VA-35 deployed
Captain H. D. Allen, Naval Air quickly to the Guantanamo Bay
Seven Wonders Of The World. excellence of his contribution to No. Ocean Street Is open Monday
Technical Training I I Unit Com- Naval Base and, according to one
the overall mission of the Supply from 0900 to
through Saturday
March 15 manding Officer accepted a framed veteran observer, the sighs of
Friday, Dept. He was further cited for his 2300, and Sundays from 0900 to
Certificate of Appreciation for his relief from the Marines dug In
Malnslde-Last Of The Vikings.NATTUnitTaras maintenance of the Aircraft Out 2200.
Bulba. of 'Commission for Parts Rates Units furnishing of 1,000 blood at the base were almost audible.
, donors since the establishment of The task VA-35
assigned to was
'f Hospital--The Great Van (AOCP) at an exceptionally low
Robbery. level throughout the year. the Center. for their contributions of blood. an exceptionally dangerous one.
The Supply Personality was Charles W. Rogers, Treasurerof Other guests at the luncheon The heavely armed Sky raiders flew

Saturday, March 16 born In Poplar Bluff, Mo. He the Jacksonville Blood Bank included Red Cross representa- around and around the fence line

Matnstde--It Started With A Is a graduate of the Universityof was alsq presented a Certificateof tives; petty officer representatives of Guantanamo Bay at low altitude,
Appreciation for the local Blood from various units and departments low
Kiss. Missouri and earned his Mas- and speed, ever present and
NA TTUnl tn LastOfThe Vikings. ters Degree In Industrial Management Banks work throughout 20 years. and corpsmen who ever ready to repel the enemy
Hospital--Taras Bulba. at Purdue University. Rogers In turn thanked the Navy work in the Blood Donor Center. should they have attacked.

Sunday, March 17
Mainside--Sodom And Gomrrah.
Tuesday March 19
NA TWnl tI'-It Started With A ,
Kiss. Mainside--Happy Anniversary.

Hospital-Last Of The Vikings. NATTU--Everythlngs Duckey.
Hospital--Sodom and Gomrrah.

Monday, March 18
Wednesday, March 20 .
Mainside--Everythlngs Duckey.
NATTU..Sodom And Gomrrah. Mainside--Cleopatra's Daughter S 1 0
Hospital-It Started With A NATTUnlt--Happy Anniversary
Kiss. Hospital--Everythlngs Duckey.


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