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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 21, 1962
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( 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 )
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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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Publi.Kd by the Holt Publishing Company, a privat: firm. Opinion .pr..d by the publl.hr and writers. hrln are th.lr own and not to b. eonildrd. an official.xprctslon.of any military department..
The appoaranco of odv.rtis.m.nts, In this publication do.* not constitute on .n ors.m.nt of' any military department of the products or ....vlc.. odv.rtl..d.
VOLUME 21, NO. 2 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 21 MARCH 1963



NAMTG Graduates I




Joint Service Class rT hra


By Marc Whetstone, J01,

Togetherness throughout the missile service units which are
uniformed services Is rapidly be- designed for testing the SparrowIII
coming a trend, especially in the Missile. As for the Air Force
know-how operationof this nation's graduates, however, knowledge
ultra-modern, fast-moving armed they gained here is only the begin-
forces' weapons systems.An ning of a grinding task.
example of this bearing was With the Air Force scheduledto
realized last Friday March 15, receive its first F4C type
when the Naval Air Maintenance aircraft (the Navy's version of the M
Training Group here at NAS Jax F4B Phantom) which has Sparrow SPARROW III GRADUATES Representing three of the United State Armed Forces are these t
graduated two Navy, one Marine III capabilities, these men and graduates of the Naval Air Maintenance Training Group's Sparrow III Guided Missile Test Set
and seven Air Force students who their two Instructors have returnedto course. They are (front row L to R): Harold W. Cleveland, AQF3; Marine LCpl Charles L. Perry;
completed a five-week course on McDill Air Force Base at A/lc Donald L. Benton A/lc John
H. Sherman back
; ; ( row) SSgt Kenneth R. Leak; Billy J. Burgess _
the Sparrow III Guided Missile Tampa Fla., to begin intensive
Test Set. instruction session on the missile ATN3; A/lc John P. Ward; TSgt Earnest K. Conley; and SSgt Roy J. Snelson. The Air Forcemen
The class comprised of Navy men testing equipment before the are from McDill AFB, Tampa, Fla. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Mars Whetstone, JOI)
Harold W. Cleveland AQF3 and aircraft is commissioned. -
Billy J. Burgess, ATN3; Marine This advanced foresight is the of Pigs Leaders
Lance Corporal Charles L. Perry; result of a long range planning and Bay
and Air ForceTechnicalSergeantsJames coordination program. It was designed il
R. Lee and Earnest K. by Lieutenant Commander
Conley; Staff Sergeants Roy J. Ralph M. Kingsley, Officer in Processed Uniformed r.;
Snelson and Kenneth R. Leak; and Charge of Jacksonville training -, .
Airmen First Class John P. group, and Air Force Captain S.O. Jacksonville NAS has been serv- are being accepted as both officersand .r
Ward, Donald L. Benton and John Haave of the Air Training Com- ing as a sort of way station for enlisted men in all branchesof
H. Sherman. mand at Randolf AFB, Tex. the processing of 21 Cuban refugeesas the services. According to one "t
Two qualified Air Force Instruc- A NAMTG spokesman said this officers into the U.S. Navy. Cuban officer, the Navy enlisted
tors and former graduates of the class was the final scheduled The Cuban refugees, all veteransof group will probably total between
Group's course, assisted the training course the Air Force will the ill-fated Bay of Pigs invasion 150 and 200 men.
NAMTG staff throughout the attend here at NAS Jax. The have been commissionedas The officers, whose ages range
training. They are Master Ser- Group, however, will have a officers in the Navy and have from 21 to 44, are former naval
geant Joseph B. Moring and Staff detachment available to the Air been spending two-day periods at officers of the 2506th Cuban
Sergeant Robert L, Waye. Force In the event further "to- NAS for the fitting of uniforms, Brigade which launched the Bayof
The Navy and Marine graduateshave getherness" training is required.RATCC issuing of Identity cards and other Pigs invasion. These men
been assigned to guided Items, before going on to other operated theships and landing craft
used in the invasion and most
assignments.Two
Airman Wins groups totaling 15 men were evaded capture and returned to the
processed here last week, while U.S.After y
six more came through NAS this being processed at the
Feb. Serviceman AwardBy week. Lt. R A. Buscher, Officerin NAS, the Cubans went to Fort RIGHT FITTIN' Ensign
Charge of the Navy Finance Benning, Ga., for a Combined Vincente C. cades-Lopez
Mae Spencer. JOI Basic Officers Indoctrination being, fitted for his uniformat
Office, was InchargeoftheCubanswhile
the Navy Exchange. (Of-
An Airman who was credited Pruitt has served at NAS here. Course. ficial U.S. Navy Photo)
with safely bringing in a crippled Jacksonville for a relatively short All of the Cubans hold the rank
Coast Guard Aircraft here has time but his rapid progress in the of ensign In the Naval Reserve Drive Ends Friday
been selected as the February Radar Air Traffic Control system and a total of 21 have received
Serviceman of the Month. He has been a contributing factor Navy commissions.The Still Time To Give To
is Frank H. Pruitt, who is a IFR In the high efficiency of this Navy groups are a part of
Qualified Precision Approach Con- facility, it bras stated. about 5,006 Cuban refugees who
troller at the Radar Air Traffic He entered the Navy in June of Health Joint CrusadeThe
Control Center. 1962. Previously he had worked CommissaryNotice ,
The Serviceman received a (Continued On Page 4))
check for $50 and an all expense annual appeal for funds In opportunity to designate the agency
free day at St. Augustine, courtesy Th cc.ommlssary'store will be support of six National Health to which they wish to contribute,
of the USO. The ceremonies were c1oseafor quarterly inventory on agencies and three international plus the amount: or they can make
held in Captain James R. j Tuesday, March 26. Thestorewill agencies of the Joint Crusade one single donation to either the
Compton's Office (NAS Commanding be open for business as usual Wed- draws to a close this Friday. National Health Agencies or the
Officer), last F. iday. nesday morning at 9:00 a.m. Military and civilian personnelof Joint Crusade. The two drives are
Pruitt was cited for his effortsin IfI Patrons are reminded that next Navy activities in the Jax area separate but are being held con-
aiding a Coast Guard aircraft week marks the commencementof have been participating In the currently.
which had lost one engine, its the new store hours. Henceforth campaign for the past six weeks. Increased efforts are needed If
navigational capabilities and was the store will be open until Contributions are being soughtfor the 1963 Health campaign is to
flying under extremely rough 7:00 p.m. each Friday instead of the American Cancer Society, equal last year's $22,023 contri-
weather conditions to land here '1 Thursday as in the past. On Muscular Dystrophy Association, bution, officials indicate. "Keymenare
safely. Thursday the store rill close at National Association for Retarded checking back with everyonewho
"Through his keen appraisal of 5:00: p.m.. Also on Saturday the Children, American Heart Association has not yet given," CoChairman -
the situation and his excellent con- store will open one hour earlierat NationalSoclety for Crippled Capt. John D. Sullivan said.
trolmanship, the aircraft landed 8:00 a.m.. On week days the Children and Adults and National "All personnel are receiving full
safely at NAS, Jax," said his recommendation store will continue to open at Society for Prevention Blindness opportunity to contribute. If everyone -
letter. "The pilot 9:00 a.m.. under the National Health banner; gives generously, the Health
commented upon landing that the These changes are being made in and for Radio Free Europe, CARE Agencies and the Joint Crusade will
calm, reassuring voice of the con- order to keep ,the store open lateon and American-Korean Foundationof be able to do a better job of '4
troller enabled him to more effectively each payday, military and civil the Joint Crusade. carrying forward their programsof
fly his aircraft becauseof service and to provide an extra During the past six weeks, research, education, interna-
the knowledge. that he was in hour's shopping time Saturday personnel have been given the tional welfare and service", Captain -
'good hands" ,continued the letter. Frank H. Pruitt, AN mornings. .Sullivan added.r .



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Navy Must Maintain Station Traffic

Violation RecordThe I .Jj X &XB NEl S,


High Moral StandardsToday motor vehicle following is accidents a report and of

traffic violations for the period The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper .
one of the greatest pro- problem' in the U.S. Fighting Man'sCode March 9 through March 15. published each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air,Station,
blems confronting men In theNavyIs ; War has been defined as
Jacksonville, Florida, by. the Holt Publishing Company, a
that of maintaining high moral "a contest of wills". A trained NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis
submitted for in the
private firm. All copy use JAX AIR
standards. This fact was most hand holds the weapon. But the Week..0
be forwarded to the Service Information Office
cited Thomas will the ,character, the spirit of NEWS must ,
S.Gates
pointedly by Total Accidents this year through
2 NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before
in a letter when he was Secretaryof the indlvldual'-these control the March 15..............................75 Box News items are welcomed from all sources
the Navy when he stated that hand. More than ever, in the war Number of Accidents during publication.

"the increasing disciplinary pro- for the minds of men, moral char- March, 1962........................48 Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext.solicited 8164. by the publisher and
blems in the Naval Establishment, acter, will and spirit are Im- Advertisements are queries
especially AWOL and the brig portant. (Adapted from "FLY" Number of days since last Injuryin concerning such should be directed to. the Holt Publishing..
Drive Jacksonville 8 Florida
4724 Clyde ,
population, have been a matter NATC Publication) motor vehicle accident..68 Company,
Telephone 359-5140 or 359-027L
6T grave concern to me." He
added that "many of our pro- All Saints Scroll NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis t

blems can be resolved with leadership week...........................67 VOLUME 21, NO. 2 21 March 1963

better personnel manage- Speeding.....,......................... 12
New
ment and a sincere evaluationof Gets SponsorSponsorship Reckless driving...,................8
basic moral standards." Going through sign..3Other
stop
It is the desire of the nation of the All Saints' violations.....................44 *illo,," merlc4 t
and of the Navy, and the rightof Scroll, a monthly newsletter, was *
the individual sailor, that he assumed by the Chapel Womens' Thirty nine drivers appeared (B> BY CLARK KINNAIRD

be afforded opportunity and guid- Guild March 11 at their regular before the Traffic Hearing Boardat CAr,$ Amirlu HtrltaM '.....tIM FMtvtt)

ance in the development of moral monthly meeting.The the meeting held on March DAVENPORT was a blacksmith in Brandon, vt., in
authority through the acceptanceand Scroll, distributed for the 18. Disposition of the cases include I THOMAS when horse-shoeing was only incidental work at a
internalization of objectivelytrue first time March 10 is designed to the following: five lost village smithy. The blacksmith was the engineer and manufac-
moral values. Such moral communicate with the parents and and turer for the frontier and backwoods.
character is consonant with the children of the Protestant Chapeland driving parking privileges a- Davenport, who had to to to work at 14, in 1802 and educated :;:
board station for various periods, himself thereafter, became interested in 1833 in electricity, and
inherent of the Individual inform these families of Sun-
dignity to
11 were assigned to complete an he investigated discoveries in electro-magnetic induction made f
the cultural requirements of his day School and Church activities. eight-hour course In driving instructions by Prof. Joseph Henry at Albany. He grasped some of the significance
country and the military needs of Featured as regular columns are 15 were suspended, of Henry's results more quickly than Henry did.
the Navy Itself.To remarks by the Chaplain, Lieutenant The Vermonter tested a magnet such as Henry used. "Likea
nine were given warnings, and flash" he said, "the thought occurred to me that here was an
this end each Commander Howard Waters
must
man ; three dismissed. "
were available power that was within the reach of man.
Understand that he is a moral notes from Captain R.H. Fagan, In a year, during which he neglected his smithy and every
being endowed with conscience and Sunday School Superintendent; reports STOP LOOK LISTEN thing else, Davenport hit upon "the principle of the productionof
reason and, therefore, responsibleand from departments;outstand- Drivers lose deal rotary motion by repeated changes of magnetic poles," and
accountable for his behavior.He ing accomplishments and achieve- more than always their safe driving a good record in made 1837.an electric motor, on which he got a patent (see below)

should realize that there are ments; and original works of when they gamble with a Davenport put one of his motors to work runnhg a printing
times when he must stand up and Sunday School children. train.....and LOSE! If you can't press, another a model electric train. When the first railroad was _
be counted. In a less dramatic News Items, original poems and afford to lose-don't gamble'Trains I built in New York State, Davenport proposed it be run with I
context, this standing-up is a kind stories are welcomed. Items may electricity instead of steam. He started a periodical, The Electro-
ALWAYS have the right- Magnet, to electrical research and before Edison i
spur use, was
of moral calisthenics. It must be be submitted by leaving them In of-way. Expert drivers depend on born. I I

done many times every day of the lobby of the Sunday School their eyes and ears, not on gates,
conscious life. In so doing a man building or by contacting Mrs. R.H. automatic signaling devices or Io132. T. DAVENPORT/ 'Itnh4 r.. 25, 1$37 -
must decide what things he shoulddo Fagan, Ext 424 or Mrs. C. W. watchmen, at railroad crossings. SUCUICAL xotoL ..rO

what things are right, and what Young, EV 7-2448. They STOP, LOOK, LISTEN; keepto J
are wrong. A man must realize the right; they do not shift l
The King of England and the
that the sum total of correct moral while
gears crossing; they do not e rT
choices forms a strong character, King and Queen of Spain are among 1
attempt to cross when vehicles
and the results of sound individual those who have made submerged ahead
cruises In submarines. As a resultof may cause them to stopon
character are reflected In the .
the
strength of a nation. a trip In an early U. S. sub- crossing; they do not rush ,
past the tail end of a .
The needs and marine, President "Teddy" passing
Navy expects good rW'L
train until they are sure that .r""H".t..J
Roosevelt ordered ?
extra
moral character both in Its officersand compen-
I ,
another train Is not J.J., /.I.-J.
approaching; '
Its men. Obedience, integrity, sation for those serving In the .
they cross ONLY when I It is safeto
responsibility and the other tra- "Silent Service. President Harry do so.Keep [T1] The inventor's own drawings of his historic motot. [l1]
ditional virtues or qualities of Truman made a 440 foot drive Ina Facsimile of stock
in : certificate of earliest electric
mind that trains company
character are essential to the good captured German submarine and run in world, which had commercial
on fixed tracks rights to devices.
Davenport
the first presidentto cruise aboard ; they cannot dodgeor .
order the Navy.and effective functioning of an atomic submarine was Presi- maneuver, and they need a ,: ...:;....... ....u__...._.... __ __

The Navy's General Order No. 21 dent Eisenhower who road the tremendous braking distance for IG
well the of Seawolf out of Newport, R.I., on stopping. : *
expresses essence our ..
Sept. 36, 1957. STOP LOOK LISTEN --- and I ; 4))<
don't gamble with a train or your : i J -

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0830--Holy PROTESTANT Communion. All i L f.( 1r;( ;1. iII.1"Kcmf 3 S3.F: I

Saints' Chapel1030Naval I !' ...1-//,1. .
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ship, All Saints' Chapel i !:
1100--Service of ': \auT.
Divine Wor- : ---
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0630-Naval Hospital Chapel Tnt .nd pn.tlon, (j) MI King, R..t,,,,, IIrndltall. 1M. !,'!

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A D Monday Weekdays Through Friday J-65 Class C Maint. Moves To Cecil


1 i .' 0630--St. Edwards Chapel1615uKIng Tne Naval Air Maintenance They will be located (InBldg. 338
Hall. Daily except Training Detachment 3001 for J-65 at CeciL
Thursday. Class C
Maintenance will
move The Instructors are A.B.
Saturday to March NAS 25.Cecil Field next Monday, Blache, ADJC and Jess Rassiter,

ADJL
0800--St. Edwards
The Detachment is
responsible requests -
Arrangements for quota
0900--King Hall for
training of the entire Atlantic
Confessions are heard from Coast Fleet in this may be made by calling
type mainte-
1900-2000 and before Masses. nance. Cecil Field Ext. 359.I .





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21 Employees Receive RATCC Airman

: (Continued from Page 1))

Feb. Benny Suggs Checks

three years with the Federal
Twenty-one civilian employees i were presented with benefical sug- Aeronautics Administration's Atlanta -
gestlon awards for the month of "ebruary.:: The checks, totaling $965 Air Route Traffic Control
r from Overh aul and Repair and Public Works
1 wYi' went to employees Center as a Air Route Traffic

Department.The Controller. He has I also had experience -
largest award, $200, wentto $15Elton J. Burch and JamesW. in the Air Force in this
Alex Bandy of Overhaul and Youngblood. A Letter of Ap- line.THEKINGSTON. '
Repair Department for his sug- preciation went to William Vogelof
gestion the"Improved rocker arm Overhaul and Repair Dept.

protection". This suggester pro-
\ If Y posed that R1820 aircraft engine
f
\ rocker arms, from Intake and TRIO
exhaust valves be phosphatized
Instead of resin coated or thin-

cadmium plated. _
The second largest check of :TKMWSWIIHMMB) : .
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$170 went to Walter A. Buczek i ,' ',''. s THEKINGSTON
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of O&R for his "container, HSS <. ;.. ... t" .. :. : :<
transmissions". The use of mod- ;. ::: ": TRIO
BENNY SUGGS AWARD-Capt. A. R. Woolridge, Assistant O&R :"
ified aircraft :
surplus con-
Officer congratulates Walter A. Buczek for his beneficial suggestion engine 4 : 'f
tainers tt store preserved HSS #16
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"containers HSS transmission". This is the of modified ."
on use transmissions after overhaul. t r(

surplus aircraft engine containers to store preserved HSS Other cash award winners were: : "' ;fl!. f .: (ST1871NEW )
transmissions after overhaul. This eliminates the temporary $150Joseph R. Stazenskl; $100- :* >
packaging of transmissions caused by the shortage of transmis- Wilder P. Long; $75Julian P. I -.,.;...t, .....)."J ,1.\J

sion containers. Buczek received a check for $170. (Official U.S. Dekle; $55David R. Everington;

Navy Photo by FAPL) $40Stewart L Bradshaw and
Floyd E. Gray, Elvert Green and
Emlte L. Manning; $25-Jacob B. FRONTIER


8th All-Navy Cartoon Contest t I r Wilborn Omwake Walter H.R.and Fake Hays Richard, William and Albert H.D.Smith Estes V. (includes the


Lutey; $20Carson J. WIlcox; smash hit.

Entries Now Being AcceptedEntries Pershing Scores at CapeIn Greenback Dollar ) i yy 9

Night 'Battlefield' Shot
(ST-1809)
Cape Canaveral AFPSThe
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are now being acceptedfor Other Information Includes a
U.S. Army successfully fired its
the Eighth AU-Navy Comic brief statement certifying the car
Pershing "shoot and scoot" missile -
Cartoon Contest the Bureau of toon as original, a claim waiver
about 200 miles down the Atlantic -
Naval Personnel has announced.The and a "forwarded" signed by the THE BEST
missile In
contest Is open to all Navy commanding officer or his designated range a night
simulated battlefield shot in OF
personnel on active duty and their representative. March. early THE .
dependents. Dependents should supply the '
The needle-nosed KINGSTON TRIO
All-Navy Championship awards appropriate data above and a statement Pershing
with'a
furnished by the Chief of Naval ......"I am the dependent of fitted dummy warhead,
fired from mobile (ST-1705)
was a trans-
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Personnel will be forwarded to rate or grade, etc.
the respective commanding of- All entries should be submittedto porter-erector-launcher vehicle.
ficers for presentation to the first the Chief of Naval PersonnelAnn Within half an hour the Army
five winners. reach there announced that the rocket had met
place ( : Pers-Gll) to
The winning cartoons will be by July 1. all test objectives. This was MN I '
the first shoot In the month of
In
published "All Hands" mag-
azine and suitable notations will March.
COLLEGE CONCERT
be made in a subsequent Issue Y
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Four Cananadian '"



Navymen Here yr s



t 3 r To Train At O&R

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'Y t Four Royal Canadian Navy
members are here at NAS, Jax
for a six weeks onthejob Systems
Training Course at the Overhaul
And Repair Department.
They are CMD (Lieutenant k'K
junior grade) 0. S. Cowell, C2AT4
(CPO) C. Armson, and P2AT4's
(POls) R. M. Cook and W. F. Cos-
CANADIAN' TRAINEES art here for a 6 week on the |job course tello. } Py isF
at NAS 0&R. Her Ralph C. McConnaha (center) Instructs P2AT4 They are all from Her Majesty's ,; -' ..
R. M. Cook and W. F. Costello on procedure for rigging tail Canadian ship, "Shearwater",

rotor assembly. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, P2AT4s)_ Scotia.homeported at Dartmouth, Nova

Jaxon Lancers PerformIn The training is designed to develop -
the trainees' knowledge and

St. Patricks ParadeThe ability to install, operate, inspect, ON.THE.JOB.Systems Training Course it now being undertaken
and test various systems per- by four men from the Royal Canadian Navy at the Overhaul and

"Jaxon Lancers",NATTU's men in the two outside columns taining Two O&R to the divisions SH-3A helicopter.are con- Repair Dept. Here Frank L. Cline (center) chows CMD O.S.
Drill Team, performed in the Cowefl and C2AT4 C. Amrton how install
change positions with the men ducting the major portion of the to fuel cells. (Official
United States' second largest St.Patrick's in the two inside columns then training. They Include the Assembly U. S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2))
Day celebration Saturdayat return to their normal positions,
Division(Shop's 5304,5316,
Savannah, Ga. passing within inches of the 5317 and 5230)) and Power Plant Fear Are
They thrilled crowds lined 12 Hunger Proverfy
up Hashing bayonets, which are Division, Shop 614L ,
to 15 deep throughout the 3 mile extended on the rifles directly Some of the subjects covered
parade route with a series of In front of the individual marcher. ,during the Course are Airframe
Intricate precision maneuvers and The team consisted of 16 men Structures, Hydraulic Installationand Targets of Joint CrusadeEvery
dazzling manuals. with rifles, one guidon and two checkout; Rigging of Flight
Top crowd pleasrr was the drill captains. In addition,the drill Controls; Engine\ and Fuel Instal-
team's thrilling doublephalanxmaneuver. team's color guard marched in the lation; Engine Buildup and Minor contribution to the 1963 Federal Service Joint Crusade, .,
In this maneuver,'the parade. Repair and Major Inspection of is described. as "a bullet fired In; the war against fear, hunger andDovertv"

Engine. -
The Joint Crusade appeal which
GET AMISSILE plies, general support for hos-
included Radio Free Europe CARE
pitals and medical teams to workIn
and. the American-Korean Foundation -

AGE DEAL! "Sight For A Lifetime"Aim the National, is running Health concurrently drive. now with in You remote can areas.help fight. fear, hungerand

of Blindness Group progress for military and civilian the poverty Joint Crusade.Divelackets with your contributionto
personnel of Navy activities in the
NEW CARS "Sight for a lifetime" is the Jax area.
[ill Lowest Prices hope of the National Society for.the Whether serving in uniform or Inn
Prevention of Blindness. Disease, In a civilian capacity,Federalservice -
Highest Trade-in Allowance accidents neglect..these have already people are in the firing line
Doin's
Easy Terms- The Nicesest Treatment in Town destroyed the vision of of the national defense. Above

J nearly 44000,000 Americans. Half all other, they understand why it Thursday, March 21
USED CARS of this blindness was needless and is necessary for us as a nation
preventable.With to wage unrelenting warfare Dance featuring March Wilson
:i III Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots research, preventive ser- against fear, hunger and poverty and the Red Coats 8:00-12:00 p.m.

,j III 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Kings Ave. vices, and public and professional throughout the world. For as a Friday, March 22
Full One-Year Guaranteed WarrantyOn education, the Society strives to man is known by the company he
reduce the toll of 30,000 new cases keeps, so a nation must be Judgedby Dance featuring Phil Kay and:
Every Car SoldISHOPINTHESHADOWOFTHE50FOOT of blindness each year. the friends it has made. The the Chantels 8:00-12:00 p.m.

MISSILE The Society for Prevention of FJSC drive gives each of us a Saturday, March 23
Blindness is one of six agencies chance to hit all three targets
seeking your financial support In with one bullet. Dance featuring March Wilson
@J GORDONTHOMPSON"Jacksonville's the current Jax Navy National- Each week Radio Free Europe and the Red Coats 9:00: p.m. -
Health-Joint Crusade fund drive. broadcasts almost 3,000 program 1:00 a.m.
Give for Better Health throughthe hours of news, information and entertainment Sunday, March 24
Center" campaign of your National to 80 million captive
Health Agencies people in Poland, Hungary, Dance featuring Carl Boyd and
Czechoslovakia. Romania andBlu- the Rhythm Kings 8:00-12:00: p.m.

garia.profit organization RFE is a private that operateson non- Monday, March 25

I I contributions from individuals. Dining & Dancing
YOUR Bowl0MaticBland I CARE fights hunger in many Club feature Delicious hot
I FRIENDLY i ways. CARE packages bring the pizza 60

personal aid of individual Tuesday, March 26
I ing Boulevard at Cedar Creek Bridge American donors to recipients in
such countries as Greece, Italy Happy Hour 5:00-6:00 p.m. ?
Phone EV 4-6221 or EV 7-3569 and Israel. Through the CARE
I Food Crusade, foods from U.S. Wednesday, March 27
: ., ; .; reach needy families J Jn many,
BRUNSWICK IR4?: ;; ; tlriJtrf;: qn y('" 'hY I lands. CARE has laid Increasing Game Night 8:00 p.m. ,
t t4 ':F' <' :: $ : f <: '
and Balls'PIugged stress in putting into the hands of
I MANHATTANBolls ISiJ 11'MM' R IEAG fi$ +GUARANTEED needy people the tools that enable Leave It for the sweeper" usedto
be a comebtck
x' .>.:":t f.rjf 'f H(; '" "f'!' WORK "''/ them to raise their own food, pretty snappy
;
': ; build better homes and schools when someone dropped a dollar

I Shirts'!.....;. /. .: f t. +:.. and generally raise their standardsof bill- but that's about all you should
: .< consider for the
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leaving sweeper
BALLS DRILLED 'MenWon .Chlldrert.. FREE Instruction living.
... .
I While wait ." "'. / ...:.IA Nothing brings more pain to the Slips and fallsoften caused
you mother's heart than the sight ofa by pencils, papers, water and
I SUNDAY at 9.00 PM IS FUN TIME! I child who is ill. Mother loveis grease dropped on floors and

Scotch Mixed Doubles $2.00 per COUPLE FREE PRIZESI! } constant, medical facilities are largest cans",'' work injuries,
not. In the U.S., we call the doc- according to the"National Safety
I THIS COUPON GOOD FOR ONE tor. In Korea, this is almost im- CounciL
possible. Many communities lack: If you drop or spill something,
I FREEGAME.r even nurses, let alone doctors pick it up or wipe It up immediately -
and hospitals. The American- Leaving for the sweeper
Korean Foundation provides'nur- may result In the.injury of a fel- ,
I WITH ONE PAID GAME
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II, Integration mpin l 3



Requirements fage for E .


The Bureau of Naval Personnel has, announced a change In the
application examination and selection schedule for the t Integrationand
Limited Duty Officer (Temporary) Programs along with a changein
the eligibility requirements for first class petty officers participating -

l In the LDOT) Program.The .
eligibility requirements for It is expected that the new instruction -
the LDOT) Program are being will require first applications -
modified to include a technicaltest in September 1963. ,
for all first class petty of- Commanding officers have been
ficers participating (In the pro- directed to ensure that all petty
I
gram. It Is expected that the annual officers first class are Informedthat >
E-7 advancement examination In the future they must suc- SAFETY AWARDS Captain J. D. Sullivan, Supply Officer presents English N. Hilton of Supply
will be used as the technical test cessfylly, pass the E-7 advance- Department with a Safety' award after other personnel receive theirs. Nineteen awards for super.
and first class petty officers will ment Examination in order to participate vision for the total of 136 years, two awards for materials handling for the total nine yars, and
I be required to participate in and .in the LDOT( ) Program 11 awards 'for Shop Safety for the total of 11 years were presented. Capt. J. D. Sullivan presented
successfully pass that examination 'that year. Petty'officers, second 32 safety awards for the total of 156 years. During 1962, Supply Dept. civilian personnel compiled
who will be advanced
to
each year In which considerationis class work (Official U. S. Navy Photo
1,487,708 productive manhours without a disabling Injury. by
desired in order to be eligiblefor first class within the next year
the LDOT) Program.The should also be counseled. FAPL) .
above be addition ------- -- --
test will In -
to the Officer Selection! Bat-
tery test and will be required even
though the applicant is not eligiblefor
advancement to chief petty of-
ficer. In cases where first class
BUY YOUR FURNITURE THE
petty officers are candidates for
both LDOT)and chief petty officer,
the test will suffice for both pro-

grams.The Inclusion of the technicaltest DISCOUNT WAYIT'SBETTER
for first class petty officers

.. necessitates a change in the annual -
cycle for the integration and
LDOT) Programs. It is expectedthat
a directive superceding
BUPERS Instruction 1120.18H will
be Issued in the near future and f
will promulgate a schedule for WHULlMLtDOOR
these programs. THAN.
Provisions contained InBUPERS
Instruction 1120.18H are held in .
abeyance and no applications for
the Jntergatlon of LDOT) Pro-
"MIRRORS DECORATOR PILLOWS
grams are desired until pro- "
I mulagation of the new instruction.
Here I* a wonderful piece of merchandise -
TV;Viewers May / You normally expect to pay double SENSATIONAL VALUES
this., Cash and carry only.
397 751-

Tour Soviet Ship"Lomonosov" SALE PRICED.......... Rg. 57.95 Eo. Sole Price.... Ea.


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? FANTASTIC VALUES
Television viewers are taken on BEDROOM
a tour of the Soviet oceanographic MODERN 4 PIECE
vessel the world's most modern 4 PC. S.ECTIONALS
and largest' floating laboratory
in "Red Ships Off Our Shores"on Her.'s a real bargain/ ? Include sturdy .
the 20th Century Sunday,.March 6 drawer double dresser, bookcase bed, These are offered In a selection I l of
24, at 6 p.m. on WJXT-TV mirror and 4 drawer chest. Beautifully 95 colors/ and covers. Buy today for all your 97
6 9
bedroom.
styled for
Channel 4. any beautiful tommorrows. 119

The broadcast surveys the R.gular Val. to $119............ Sale price starts at...............
activities of the 400-odd Soviet
vessels riding the ocean outside the
three-mile limit of the United 7 PIECE DINETTES MAPLE BUNK BEDS

States and the U.S. Navy's sur- Table with liaf has heat and stain/ re
veillance of the operations. Someof .I.tont top. Excellent choice of colors Yes' Seems Too Good to Be True' A
these vessels are engaged In research to choose from. 6 chairs arm'sturdily 97 sturdy bunk bed complete with I 2 comfortable -
and fishing and others, it constructed. Values to 599. 59 / mattresses and bases..plus guardrail 59
Is believed in and ladder. the
intelligence.No NOW FROM........................ t/m./ Truly buy of a llfe
restrictions were placed on "
the 20th Century film crews in
filming the show. Danish Walnut 8 PC.

DINING ROOM SUIT SPECIAL NOTICE

IM Golf Entries We Use Bank Financing
6 chairs
: Extent I on table. with leaves/ No Down Payment Is Necessary If You
Show 11 TeamsEleven Matching China/ with sliding glass 179

ALL 8 PC'S......................... Are Navy or Civil Service.
team entries have been

received so far for the Spring THERE IS ONLY ONE NORMANDY WAYSIDE FURNITURE
Intramural Golf season, it was COMPANY.
revealed earlier this week.

They are FAW-11, ComFairJax,
Hospital "B", Marine Barracks, NORMANDY WAYSIDE
Admin, VP-7, VP-30 "A", VP-18,
VP-30 "B" and last Fall's champions -

Hospital"A".
The scheduled starting date for FURNITURE COMPANYr
the IM linksters will be March 20.
There will be two leagues formed,
'. the American and National with anexpected
10 teams in each league.

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FOR SALEClean 2 bdrm home March 11.15 are (Lto R) (Front row): Nora Lee Robarts, Vlrgtna Deakins

with den, barbacue, fenced yard. FOR RENTHouse.. 5344 Holly- Jenkins, Betty J. Borthlow, Doris M. O'Kelly, (back row) instructor
crest. 3 bedroom, one air-cond., Acree, Jr., Bert P. Poarch, D.B. Sapp William H. Jones HM1
Range, refrigerator. Mo. payment Kitchen equipped near school and and Ferrell (
approx. $50. Miller Gaskin Inc. NAS. $85 mo. Will Lease. U. S. Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone. JOl)

evenings.FOR 388-4603. or owen 771-3939 EV 8-1505 or EL 5-5474. Printing Office 13 "Eagles" !4


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tricity. EV 7-1950. Publications Management received Good Conduct Medals and two
Seminar was conducted here at NAS Wings as the entire squadron looked
WOULD LIKE To join or form CarPooL Jax March 11-15, by W. E.Glasgowof Rogers, USN, skipper of the "Eagles" t
WANTED: Child Care in myhome.One Oak Hill Park Bldg. 110. the Navy Publications and inspection of the squadron officers and men.The ,
or two children. Near NAS Work hours 0730 1600. Call Printing Service Office. Good Conduct Medal, tradi- I

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Resident ,District Management recognition of their "faithfulzea- Air |
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-- procedural analysis and manage- was earned by: Donald H.Barnett, flies |
PHONE ment techniques presented to the ADR2; Peter J. Buglino, ADJ3; in its i
11 attending students. William K. Caldwell, ADJ1; RogerW. t J I
The students were: Cecil W. Cox, AT2; Allen G. DemarreAN is at
359-5370 Acree, Jr. and Marian McGreevyof ; Steven B. Futterman, AN; Roads I
MOBILE NAS Jax Admin; Doris M. David Green, ADR2; Donald E.

7 A Week O'Kelly, NAS Jax OperationsBertP. ; Kimbel, ATR3; Kenneth J. Muller
Days HOMES Poarch, NAS Jax Industrial AX2; Willis M. Rabl3eau, YN3; lantic
Relations; D. B. Sapp and Betty Robert E. Vernon, AK3. The "
9 a.m.-9 J. Barthlow of the NAS Jax Com- The coveted Air Crewman Wings
f p.m. troller; Nora LeeRobarts,NAS Jax of gold went to James E. Hudson
, 4000 PHILIPS HIGHWAY NATTU; Virginia Deakins, NAS ADRC and Larry G. Lennon AX2. NA
I '' (U.S. I Just South of Philips Highway Plaza) Cecil Field Supply; Mrs. E. C. The candidates for these gold wings
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rell B. Lawrenece, Navy MineDe- of requirements Including qualify* "A"
" WE TRADE FOR FURNITURE fense Lab Panama City; and Ing In several crew position In the J.

, William H. Jones, HMI, of the Jax SP2E "Neptune" patrol bomber.In .
** OR ANYTHING OF VALUE Naval Hospital. The purpose of addition, they must demonstrate .
the course was to train the re- a high degree of proficiency (In School
presentatives in forms analysisand survival techniques, first aid,
I communication and! leadership.
design. Application of the
principles taught will result in the .

I WITH THIS AD...... FREE reduction in number forms used, CROSSWORD PUZZLE
standarization of forms'and pro-
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TJMJax 1 AIR, :..i '''::: ': '' ''' : :: :j Sewell Wins Spring Cup
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With Four Stroke Lead


Hosts MidshipmanFor Among a links field of 60golfers,
Ralph Sewell scored an overall
low of 136 last Sunday to win the
Spring Training Annual NAS Jax Spring Cup
Tournament. Runnerup for the
two-day event was Wash Wear who
Baseball and tennis fans hereat enlistedmen's barracks, Will be scored a 140 followed by Guido
NAS Jax will have the opportunity buzzing with activity as JU returns Ruscetta who took third place witha
to see top collegiate action a game with the Annapolis 141. '
beginning tomorrow as the hardball team. y ,ea > Sewell, sporting a 14 handicap,
Midshipmen of Annapolis start Another college tennis team stroked an 81 the first day fora
their annual Spring training in from Duke University will meet 67 net score and, on Sunday,
Florida. the Boone Park and Jax Navy a 69 net score.
I The schedule of events has the combination squad here at NAS a Wear scored his 140 by hitting
tennis team venturing to Gaines- on Thursday March 28, at 2:00 gross scores of 78 and 80 behinda
ville tomorrow for a match with p.m. This match will also be nine-stroke handicap.
the University of Florida at 2:00 played on the courts near Bldg. M Y 'w JI Presenting the top awards to
p.m., while the diamondmen visit 720. Sewell and Wear was the tourna-
Jacksonville University for a 3:15 ment chairman, Lew Gifford.
p.m. game. Jax Navy Varsity Forty-two first-line golf balls
Saturday the baseball team were awarded to third through12th
travels to Tallahassee for a doubleheader Netmen place holders. They were:
SoughtTennis
against FSU and Clemson, Ruscetta and Stan Strauss ((141));
and the tennis squad goes up Ray Kennedy and Howard Southard
against the netmen from Pres- players are being sought ((142)); Charles Able ((143)); Adm.
byterian College N.C., at 12 noonat here at NAS for the formation' of John Brady Jon Francis and Jim !:
Boone Park in Jacksonville on the Jax Navy Varisty Tennis T am. Thorn ((144)); Ted Wilkinson ((145)); !
Park and Rensallear streets.At Interested persons may obtain and, tied for 12th place with scoresof I
2:00 p.m. Sunday a com- jryout information by contacting SPRING CUP CHAMP Ralph Sewell (left) Is congratulated by 146, Bill Bobbins,Shorty Hoydic, (
bined Boone Park and Jax Navy Leon Dulin at the Athletic Direc- tournament runner-up Wash Wear. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Buddy Phillips Joe Stutt Bill \
team will face the Midshipmenon tor's Office Ext. 585. Marc Whetstone, J01)) Wasson and Mel Hurst. 1
1i
the tennis courts here on the i
Station adjacent to Bldg. 720. A Plans are for the Jax team to
half-hour later Mason Field base- meet the midshipmen of Annapolishere *
ball diamond located oehind the March 24 and Duke Uni- The Intramural Tennis programwill Yes We're" Going
versity's netmen on March 28. get underway May L :


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DIXIE WINNERS Jax Navy's Vanity Pistol Team display the Expert Center Fire ((38 caliber) JIM BREEZE DAN
first place trophy they won during the recent Dixie Pistol Matches held in Jacksonville. They are CWO-USN Ret. DuPREE
I (L to R): L. A. Van Auken, Carl Lima, Virgil Placid, Joe Calico and 0. H. Chitwood. Calico has USN Ret. ,

since been transferred to Key West, Fla. Not present for the photo was the team's coach, J. A. 3958 PHILLIPS HIWAY PHONE 359-7121 i
Cox. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01))
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Yale Linksters Take To Jax Course
I COMPARE OUR TRADES!

To Select Top Players For Tern

Basking in the warmth of Two rounds are being played today JoG) [}
Florida's sunshine this week a with another on the agenda to- .

ice-frozen long way from turfs their In Connecticut cold snowy,are morrow.Plans are for the Yale squadto :: \ \ j 1j\1j1\ 1 1jlm11v.......
NAS Cecil Field's team : : :: ::;::::::':':' :';::''''I:':'
13 collegiate linksters of Yale play C E I H Lii::::::::;:: :::@
University. here on Saturday at 1200 for their
They are here under the only weekend action.
guidance of their coach Al Wilson Monday the links tests will
select the resume and be finished next
who will top eight
golfers to represent Yale this year. Tuesday with the visitors returning ChevroletDOWNTOWN
with to campus Wednesday.
Their 10-match season begins .
Wesleyan University Conn.
Yale's Lacrosse team arrivedon
The tryouts began yesterday at
with the the Station yesterday and will 924 Laura
the NAS Golf Course at Orange
first of a six-round medal playoff. be practicing on Yorktown Field
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I Date Set For Supply-NA Tilt Kealers To Qualify I

WI' .
NAS Supply cagers, winners of The team to represent NATTUhad Harry Braxton, Al Drummond,
the NAS Intramural Basketball not been chosen at press time Terry Byrd, Danny Camden, Dale 6ND Tournament
Championship behind a 15-1 win- since that command's league play Cockingham, Donald Sorey and For I
loss record, will meet the NATTUIM offs were still in progress.On James Toal.
Champions Thursday,March28 the roster for the Supply Frank McCaffrey
at 7:30 p.m., in the Mainside squad are: Dave Hammond, The real test of a modern pro- HIs Athletic Director
gym to vie for the Station'Basket- Thomas Tredmore, Dale Venter, duct is whether it will last longer Tryouts fofrjhe; Jax Navy Bowl- to be held at the Naval Station,
ball Crown. Norval Thurman, James Wright, than the installment payments ing team to' participate in the Key West, Fla., (May 2-6)) will
Sixth Naval District Tournament be conducted on March 26-28 and
April 2,3,4 beginning at 1:00p.m.
each day.
Each qualifier will be requiredto
PARTSeverything bowl six games on any threeof
the mentioned dates. The four
bowlers with the most total pins
automotive
for 18 games will be selected to
8am-6pm 4 represent Jax Navy.It .
is preferred that the four
best bowlers on the Station will
be determined in this manner to
assure the strongest team possi-

ble.Only
those persons now main-
taining an average over 167, in
the Intramural programs (NATTU
included) or with certification from
Independent leagues indicating the
-- required minimum average are

w two-week Senior Life Saving Course March 13 at the In- desired to tryout.
SENIOR LIFE SAVERS Completing a Present members of the varsityteam
convenient door Pool were 26 swimming! enthusiasts. Each graduate received a certificate of completion from may assume their current
credit terms PHONE the NAS Red Cross. Appearing left to right (back row) are: Alan Smith, John McLaugllln, Steven average or attempt to qualify in
anddomestl Guay, Ronald Williams, Edward Beebe, Jeanne Pangle, Pam Farris, Bill McCauley, Miriam McCauley accordance with the foregoing re-
foreign 388-3516 Nancy Stickler; (front row), Ken Bickel, Keith Julie, Colin Armson, Jim Bentley, Michael quirements.
c partsCATERING Sullivan, Bill Miller, Ralph Elliott, Franklin Hutchinson, George Swanson, Tom Stickler and Qualifying will permitted free
MILITARY Valorle I i Bickel. Not present for the photo were: Theodore Letort, Edward Many, Pete Farris, of charge at the Mainside bowling

PERSONNEL Francis McEntree and Terry Emmett. (Official Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)) alley.Further information, may be

obtained in my office in Building
3 or by calling Ext. 585. For
Fleet Air Jax reservation periods, contact Jack
Emch at the bowling alley, Ext.
Cage Tourney 8675.

Begins MondayThe team.
I Cf Other restrictions Include to-
polished boards of the Main- morrow's deadline on entering
side gym will see a final frantic teams in the tournament and a
flurry of activity beginning Monday, substitution rule also effective
: when the hoop season starts to after tomorrow.
:f I SJI CURTIS! MATH ES bow out with the 1963 Fleet Air However, teams may be
Jax Double Elimination Basketball composed of players from com-
Tournament. bined squadrons and units. Also
Fleet Air units have until tomorrow teams from units outside the Jacksonville -
r 1 ti fclw. to enter teams in the area may enter the tourney
tourney. Final details will also be and will be assigned toComFairJax
ironed out tomorrow at a pre- on TAD orders during play.
t tournament meeting of coaches,
managers and officials to be heldat IM Softball
i a 9:30: a.m. in Room 218, Build-
ing 1.With. Notice
J the ball and glove boys
waiting on the sideline to start Organization of the 1963 Intra-
diamond play, the Fleet Air Jax mural Softball season will begin
tournament will offically end the here at NAS Jax March .27 witha
1962-63 basketball season. All meeting in the Athletic Direc-
games will be played at 9:30 a.m. tor's Office, Bldg. 3, at 1930.
TOP VIEW OPEN I and 1:00 p.m. Monday through All interested commands are
Thursday in Building 3, the NAS urged to have representativesattend
gym.In. the gathering. Topics of
announcing the tournament, discussion will include rules, re-
ComFalrJax stated that National gulations, league formation and
Collegiate Athletic Association team entry deadlines.The .
NO DOWN rules will govern the event. This season is expected to begin
places a limit of ten on each April 15.

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Fliers Nearly Upset SE IM Bowling Rare Opportunity To Learn




I AAU Cage Champs: ResultsFollowing Seamanship On YachtA


are the standings for rare opportunity to learn Before being converted to a

the three IM Bowling Leagues as practical navigation both celestial yacht "Pas de Loup" was built
Jax Navy's Lee Somers movedto This lead was narrowed to seven of Friday, March 15. and coastal and many other aspects to sail from France to fish off
the right of the key Jumped and with three minutes remaining and of seamanship has been the Grand Banks of Newfoundland,
sank a two pointer to tie the then by two with only nine seconds Teams Wins Losses presented by the owners 01 the In some of the roughest watersIn

score 78 to 78. One second showing on]the clock. It Chiefs 18 6 de Loup". This yacht with the world. She is -not a
after this that Somers made "Pas luxurious yacht with all the latest
later the final buzzer rang. was Falcons 8. 4 and topsailswill
This action sent the Jax fans his do-or-die, score-ddng. jump Riggers 15 9 classical be sailing gaff rig from Tortola In fittings and gadgets, but merelya

into a cheering outburst last Cannon Cockers 14 10 lboundfor sturdy sea boat with comfor-
shot.Dave the British on
Virgins May
Hammond, star player.for table accomodattons it was stated.
Friday night at the Malnslde gymas Bowleros 11 9 Vlllefranche on the French
their home team put up a gallant the IM Supply Champions, drop- AF619th 12 12 Riviera. Last year's Atlantic Her 65 h.p. diesel gives her a
battle against the U.S.SoutheasternAAU ped In 20 points for the Fliers Playboys 8 8 crossing took 19 days. cruising range under power of 1000
Champions from Jackson- In the first half followed by an ComOffMess( 11 13 miles at 5 knots. The vessel

ville. It was the final game of additional 14 In the second periodto Dispensary 101/2 131/2 the Master carries 1000 gallons of freshwaterand
ship's
According to ,
the season for Jax Navy -- the take high scorer honors for the Marlins 7 9 John Guthrie, the first port of has food storage enough for a

last in this region for the city's game. SeaBees 8 12 call will be Bermuda where the round the world voyage.

squad before venturing to the Mad Foxes 8 12 craft will restock with fresh food. Inquiries concerning this trip

National AAU tourney in Denver, Road Runners 3 5 Then they expect to call in at may be made by cable to TRAVEL

Colo. Sky Warriors 3 5 either the Azores or Lisbon on ANTICUA or wrltejohn Guthrie
The tie sent the contest Into a Skeeter Beaters 81/2 151/2 Gibralter c/o V. E. B. Nicholson Box 103
route to depending upon
five-minute overtime. Despitethe Hornets 151/2 41/2 the winds encountered ,during the St. Johns, Antiqua B.W.L
come-from-behind,last minute Flash Bombs 14 6 r1DRI .

tactics of Jax Navy, the local Confidentlals 15 9 passage.Gibraltar will be the first

AAUs demonstrated their cham- Cursors 11 itComFairJax Mediterranean port and from there

pionship prowess by scoring a 14 10 the ship will cruise up the Spanish
quick 14 points to the Fliers' Cougars 11 9 coast to the Ballearic Island and
three, winning the game 92 to 8L Mix Masters 13 11 In to the Riviera where the tripis E IN THEATRE

It was anyone's guess who held Spartans 12 12 expected to end around the first o CARLOAD* '.
the reins during the first half. Sparkles 12 12 of July.

Jax held a one point margin at Ham Hocks 11 13 The Pas De Loup will accom- Including Free Wed.

halftime, 41-40, but early In the Flying Phantoms 10 14 modate six expense-sharing crew, Movies (with pass)
second period the AAU squad Paymasters 10 14
who will help in all ways with the
jumped out in front by 10 points dFLIERS Pin Pounders 8 12 running of theship, for an inclusive! See The Best For Less

behind a fast-break offense. Boat Branch 6 14 charge of $500 U.S. per person. See Daily Papers For
Rejects 7 17 Previous experience is
not essential ProgramsEat
FINAL Jax City BeeBee Stackers 7 17 as they will be under
Top Drivers, AAU player is closed in on by Owl Hoots 16 4 the Master's instruction and work- The Best Pizza
and Griffons 12 4 with the This Side of Rome
Fliers Dave Hammond ((12)) ing permanent crew of
Lee Somers ((22)) during last Luckey Seven 12 4 three. Each member of the crew ,
Cars Meet Friday night's final varsity W-I0 16 8 will be responsible for his or her Free Box Popcorn

cage play. The Southeast ''AAU Hospital 14 10 repatriation at the end of the Bring Ad To Our
Champions won the clash" 92- NARTU 11 9 cruise. Concession Stand
At SebringIf 81 after a five-minute over- Marine Brks. 11 9

time period. Somers tied the Bandits 9 11 ..." ', ..... w !mi:; *i m
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driver, or If you are simply a onds of regular play. Air Frames 81/2 111/2 CHARLIES RESTAURANT II.:

critic or connoisseur of racing Mixers 8 12
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Saturday"classroom", March In the 23,offers United the States best, Division Holds Panhandlers 5 19 W Miles S. of Main Gate-Open 7:00: AM to 9:00 PM Daily i:;1

if not the world. Excellent Food Italian and American %
i Tryouts SaturdayRegistration
Sebring is about 230 miles southof
Jax and can be reached via EXPERTLY PREPARED CARRY-OUT ORDERS
and tryouts for the Steak Chicken Chop Seafood P/KO
U.S. 17 to Orlando,Interstate Route
Senior Division of the Jax BEER AND BANQUET FACILITIES fi fiI :
4 to U.S. 27, to Avon Park and Navy :
Alternate 27 to Sebring.For Ortega Little League ((13 through I Expecting GuestsInvite jl
twelve hours--from 10 in 15 years olds) Will be held at 8:30 I them to stay of the Thrift Motel 4 Wl: :Jt:::"'"?:... :

the morning until 10 at night-- a.m., on Saturday March 23 at I 30 Air-Conditioned Rooms t' $ =.q11.., t .
and over a 5.2 mile course that the swimming pool area near the I Reasonable Rates 4':::
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drivers the "class- Boys registering must have had FishIng Facilities Available 4? !!j
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through bends rocket through east, and Including boys living in Ticket on Sale .t Coliseum, 1145 E. Adams
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\ March 1963 JAX AIR NEWS --,Pope 11 j

'(0'' Club EventsFriday #
leet Reserve Association

March 22

Luncheon 11:15 a.m.-l:45 p.m.

pproves Proposed Pay BillThe Dinner Happy Hour 6:00-9:00 3:30-6:00 p.m.p.m.

St. Johns, Walnut Rooms: CAG

Fleet Reserve Association ficiency pay has not produced the 10 Party 7:30: p.m.
}us approved in principal the pro- required results in retention of Dancing In Dining Room with
sed military pay bill for 1963-- critical ratings.In the Kay Ryan Trio 8001200pm.

ut has objected to several pro- this area, the committee will Saturday, March 23
visions of the act. recommend that pro pay in the
Robert A. Means,National President amount of 50 per cent of the I Luncheon 11:15 a.m.-l:45 p.m.
of the career men's association differences in pay grades con- .a, ee Happy Hour 3:30-6:00 p.m.
has outlined the FRA's stand cerned be awarded to th se qualified St. Johns Room: "Stars &
Ion the upcoming legislation. In a in all respects for advance- Bars" 5:30 p.m.
[letter to all FRA branches, Means ment but for whom no quotasare Dinner 6:00-9:00: : p.m.
detailed several changes that the available. .'. Dancing in Dining Room with

association's Legislative-Service The committee, In rejecting the ., Johnny Jelinek 8:30 p.m.12:30a.m.
I Committee will recommend. proposed method In Increasing retired 10. .
Means said that the proposal pay, unanimously agreed that Sunday, March 24
I to recompute retired pay to the retired pay and retainer pay of "'k rp
1958 pay act and then give the the uniformed services should be > ,"".. Brunch 11:15 a.m.-l:45 p.m.
"" ,
retired personnel a five per cent geared to active duty basic payas 1 1 Family Buffet 6:00-9:00 p.m.

| increase was unrealistic and unacceptable proposed and that basic pay Monday, March 25
by the Fleet Reserve remain unchanged in future years.In FOREIGN OFFICERS are in their second week of supply train.
I Association.Such line with this, the committee ing here with the N A S Supply Department. Thirteen naval of. Luncheon 11:15-1:45 p.m.
action would be total recommends that future Oriental Room: J.O.W.C. Board
a IncreasesIn
ficers from six nations are studying logistics here and visitingsome
loss of faith by those who have active duty pay, retainer Meeting 9:30 a.m.
pay
served their country long and and retired pay be based on a of the places of interest in the local area. This is the Happy Hour 3:30-6:00 p.m.
honorably and during wartime, he total of three per cent IncreaseIn third year officers from other countries have come to Jax. In Dinner 6:00-9:00 p.m.

stated. the consumer price Index. It photo, Lieutenant Commander Giovanni Olivi of Rome, Italy, Tuesday, March 26
The committee will oppose cur- also proposed that those now entitled senior member of the group looks over the Supply Department's.
tailment of special pay for sea to retainer and retired pay organizational manual with Capt. James R. Compton, HAS Com- Luncheon 11:15 a.m.-1:45 p.m.
and foreign duty, he added,but will be permitted to recompute such manding Officer. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, St. Johns 12:30 Room: All Wives
Bridge p.m.
strongly recommend that com- pay on the pay scales set forthin
J01))
missioned officers of pay grades the proposed bill Happy Hour 3:30-6:00 p.m.
0-1, 0-2 and all warrant gradesbe Means said that in addition to Dinner 6:00-9:00 p.m.
included. In addition, the com- proposing higher reenlistment Future Combat Rations- St. Johns Room: Duplicate
mittee will push for the retentionof bonus scales, the committee feels Bridge 7:30 p.m.

responsibility pay for com- that the rates of pay as set forthIn 'r r Wednesday, March 27
missioned officers.In the proposed billare inadequate.The 'Every Meal I
Banquet'
a Luncheon 11:15 a.m.-l45 p.m.
taking its stand on the con- committee will push to get
VP-7 Wives
St. Johns Room
troversial pro pay system, Means these rates upgraded at least five :
said the committee feels that pro- percent, he stated. Nobody in the military service, past or present, will believe It. Bridge 12:00 a.m.
Nevertheless, scientists say the combat soldier of tomorrow not Happy Hour 3:30-6:00 p.m.
only will eat his chow but like it too. Dinner 6:00-9:00 p.m.
The National Academy of Sci- heat-and-eat variety. In the ready- Foreign Dish night: Dishes from
- --- -
fiii------- it ences reports that "the foods for to-cook department, prefabricatedmeals France with entertainment by the
tomorrow's combat soldier,'sailor have been Invented to serve Yale "Splzziwlnks".
and airman will look better, taste 25 men at a time.
Do Your Summer Bowling At better and be better preserved; In all cases the soldier gets
will be more acceptable, more beef, pork, ham, turkey and other from a successful five month split
edible, more digestible, more meats plus a large variety of deployment to Rota Spain, and
Central Lanes nutritious, more easily deliveredand vegetables and fruits In forms he Keflavik, Iceland. The wives and
issued and more easily pre- can recognize by sight as well as children of the squadron personnel
pared for consumption. They may taste and aroma.VP16 barely had time to get used to
I 1838 Cassat Avenue even cost less than military foodsof "Daddy" being home when they
had to .bid them farewell again.
I II the past.Equally DeployedFor
I 24 Newly modernized" '|anes, Fully air-conditioned important, they will also Operation Springboard, the annual -
I FREE Nursery Complete Restaurant Facilities generate and maintain a high levelof Fleet Training Exercise, is
Complete Pro Shop and Guaranteed Work well-being and combat effectiveness Operation conducted in the Caribbean area
I I in the fighting man, aspokesman where the participating units can
Bring this coupon for one FREE GAME said. take advantage of the near perfect
I with one paid game. Meals for the serviceman of tomorrow Springboard '63 weather and sea conditions to boost
their combat readiness in all
I will come in three cate-
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I I Ise eat and ready-to-cook. Which onea Patrol Squadron Sixteen, deployed warfare mission.As .
of the
IJ soldier gets will depend on how to the Naval Station part exercise Patron

-- -- -- --- --- closely engaged he is with the Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico, on 16 flight crews will participate in
enemy. Saturday, March 16 for participation ,coordinated maneuvers with U.S.

a o e s Thanks to Improved drying and In Operation Springboard 1963. submarines. ASW speclalistswiUbe
board each of
Phone EV 7-1111 I heat radiation preserving meth- The unit is commanded by Com- on VP16'sSP2E
COLD WAVE ods, some 44 foods have been developed mander Charles E. Rodgers.This Neptune aircraft to observeand
grade each crew as they detect,
for consumption In the Squadron is a real"going"outfit.
field without fuss or preparation. Only five weeks ago, the locate, and simulate destruction of
$ Sixty-seven food items also have squadron, a component of Fleet the "hostile" submarines highly
: 95 : been developed for use in a familyof Air Wing Eleven commanded by realistic tions. simulated combat condi-
21 quick-serve meals of the Captain G.J. Frauenheim, returned
The "Eagles" will return NAS
Jacksonville on March 30.


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" Pane 12 JAX AIR NEWS 21 March 1963


,I Up The Ladder 1 Polar Vessel of ByrdTo


,::,. The following 21 NAS Jax civilian -

;, in accordance employees with were the promoted Station's r Be Phila. Museum"The

'
4 Merit Promotion Program.
Promoted at Overhaul and Re- stoutest ship ever built," they called her when she was

pair Department were: Ras D. launched in 1874; at Greenock Scotland. And well she needed her

C. Cherry, Jerry W. Huskln Jr., oaken planks sheathed with Australian (Ironbark and the steal plate

Stewart H. Kiassy, Wilbert J. Lin- that covered her bow.

demann Carson LJndley, William
She was the 198-foot Bear a
G. Ray, Louie S. Smith, ChesterB.
both
three-master powered by
Starczewskl and Walter E. /MoviesMovies
steam and sail and destined for a
Straub from Aircraft Engine Assembler -
H stormy and heroic history polar
to Aircraft Mechanic will be shown
regularlyat waters. Most famous as Bear of
(Motor); Alvin C. Cone from Asst. 1900 or*Monday through Satur- Oakland the ship that took Rear

Production Controlman (Metal- day; at 1400 and 1900 on Saturday Admiral Richard E. Byrd and his
smith, Aviation) to Production at the Mainside and NATTU second expedition to the Antarcticin

Controlman (Metalsmtth. Av- Theaters and at 1900 only on 1933, she is coming out of
iation); Hugh I. Duncan from Helper J Sunday at the Hospital Theater. retirement for a third time to be
Aircraft Mechanic (Motor) to These times are subject change.
Aircraft Mechanic (Motor'Her-): MAGNOLIA BALL.The first workshop meeting In preparationfor converted to a Philadelphia mar-

bert Ferguson from Production the 12th Magnolia Ball was held Monday March 18 at the "0" Thursday, March 21 itime The museum 89-year-old and restaurant.bark Is now

I Dispatcher to Aircraft Mechanic Club. (L. to R.) Mesdames J. E. Rylee; E. F. Verdery; R. N. Malnslde--Son Of at Dartmouth Nova Scotia being

(Motor); Hartwell T. Hickox, from Dahly, Co-Chalrman; J. E. Westfall; and H. Q. Hall, Co-Chairman, Sampson.NATTUnifCleopatra's Daughter. fitted for her voyage by tow to

Production Electrician Controlman(Aircraft) to Elec-Asst. working on decoration for the Magnolia Ball set for the evening take up her new duty in the spring.It .

trician, Aircraft); Gloria( E. May 17 and 18. Music will be provided by Billy May and his Or. Hospital--Happy Anniversary. will be a placid "twilight tour"

Johnson from Clerk-Typist, GS3to chestra. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) for a ship that was a legend In
March 22 her
Friday youth.
,
Clerk-Stenographer, GS-4; Albert chanlcs); George J. Williams from Accounting Technician GS-7 and The Bear, sailing out of St.
H. Jost from Aircraft Ord- Aircraft Engine Assembler to Air- Dolores M. Tucker from Time- Malnslde--Majority Of One. John's Newfoundland made yearly

nance Repairman to Aircraft Me- craft Mechanic (Motor); HoraceM. keeper, GS-2 to Time, Leave & NATTUnlt--Son Of Sampson trips to,the North Atlantic sealing
chanic (Ordnance);Herbert W.Mc- Wise from A/C Engine Ac- Payroll Clerk GS-3. Hospital--Cleopatra's Daughter grounds before the United States
Mlilln from Supvy. Aircraft Qual-
cessories and Parts Repairmanto
ity Control Specialist, CS-11 to Aircraft Mechanic (Motor). 250,000 Crippled Aided Saturday, March 23 brought vessel for her the in Greely 1883 as Expedition a rescue

same, GS-12; James 0. Waddington Promoted in the Comptroller By Health CampaignMore Malnslde--Hero's Island.NATTUnltMajorlty stranded and starving on icebound
from Aircraft Instrument Me-
Department were 0.
: Harry of One. Ellesmer Island.
chanic to Asst. Production Con- than 1,000 facilities and
Dowling from Fiscal
Accounting Hospital--Son Of Sampson. The gallant ship battled grind-
trolman A/C Instrument Me- services financed the -
( through
Supervisor, GS-6, to Supervisory purchase ing ice flows and giant seas but
of Easter Seals and
con- Sunday! March 24 she got through in time to save the
tributions to the National Societyfor
seven survivors of the 25-man
Crippled Children and Adultsare Mainslde--Tunes Of Glor
party. In the years that followed
GET YOURLOAN giving help to a quarter NATTUnlt-Hero's Island.
she was the workhorse of the
million crippled persons regard- Hospital--Majority Of One. U. S. Revenue Marine Bering Sea
less of race, religion national
patrol, delivering mail, supplies,
or economic status. March 25
background Monday,
missionaries, and once moving an
The Easter Identi-
lily symbol
entire Eskimo village.
fying the $19-mlllton network of Malnslde--First ManlntoSpace.NATTUnltTunes .
The Bear's captain performed
rehabilitation and treatment cen- Of Glory.
native marriages. Her doctor served -
ters, clinics, camps home therapy Hospital--Hero's Island.
remote areas. Her crew map-
from the units means and the best other available vital projects ped coast protected game tim
servicemen trust- profes- Tuesday March 26
company ber and the seal herd. On one
sional care for the crippled. occasion with Alaska's wild
Some 72%/ of contributions Malnslde--Bachelor Flat. the
caribou badly depleted ship
stay In Duval County. NATTU nit--First Man Into ferried reindeer from Siberia to

The Society for Crippled Space. establish the first herd in North
children and Adults Is one of Hospital--Tunes Of Glory. America.

six agencies seeking your supportIn After 40 years of polar hazards,
the current Jax Navy National Wednesday, March 27 the Bear was decommissioned and
Health Joint Crusade fund drive. became an Oakland California

Give for Better Health throughthe Mainslde-Cow Country. maritime museum. The Byrd Expedition -

campaign of your National NATTUnl Bachelor) Flat. brought her back active
Health Agencies. Hospital--First Man Into Space..
Wherever you go in the service, you'll find duty and again she proved her
buddies with words mettle. "I know she was neverin
good to say about "
admiral wrote
the
Household Finance. Every week, HFC provides a e+vk.v q p ww.v.a nvw later.worse"It ice couldn't have been

fair, understanding money help to ,h worse."

thousands/ servicemen. There are over

1200 HFC offices from coast to coast.Visit

the one near your base. Ask for the Military

M Loan Specialist. He's well acquaintedwith .3 r 1 ,i a A. 'fV'V v S

servicemen's money problems. Trust YvNEW

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