<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



Jax air news
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/00750
 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 28, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
notis - ADA7401
lccn - sn 95047201
System ID: UF00028307:00750

Full Text
'--- .. : :
-- ,. .
.- '- -







I x .f j I

o aR a.








: HMHMMIMMMHMMMHHHMH HHH HI HHHH MBHHMBHMiMM HI HHMMHHHMBHlMHBOBMHHMMMBHOHHBHBBBBHBHI HHBHHOPubll
hd I by>> the Holt Pubtlfhlng Company, a private; f..... Opinion/ .xprt..d by the publltW and writer* horoln or. thlr own and not to I.. considered on official .prottlon of any military .,.
Tno apooaranc of ..dv.rtis.us.nts I / this publication doe not constitute an ..- ors.m.nt of any military deportment of the product or tervlcet advertised.
'
VOL. 21 HO. 3 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE_ FLORIDA 28



f 74 1 1I Supply's Fleet Service


ey +

U : Unit Hits "0" ACOP RateIn



many instances a "0" means Just that..a big zero
the officers and men of the Fleet Service Unit of the Supply
ment It is a much sought after mark.
This "0"' was reached hereon
Wednesday, March 20 when
the Unit reported a "0" Aircraftout
of Commission for Parts VP-16
(AOCP) rate to the Aviation Sup-
STATUS OF
i ply Office, Philadelphia, Pa.
Jr AIRCRAFT SUPPORT The AOCP rate is reported each By Chief
F MttK'LIDINe 1ce Wednesday to ASO and the per- ,
< centage is based on the numberof
AOCP y
aircraft, not In check, that
r are out of commission for lack MAAG
} -Spain
JULIAN 'OAY
:
/ of material under the cognizanceof
the Aviation Supply Office.
This is the first such "0" Patrol Squadron 16
0 7'9 AOCP rate attained at NAS, Jax enlisted crew members )
since January 6, 196L cipated in several Joint
"The outstanding work and en- and Spanish antisubmarine

FLEET SERVICE UNIT of the HAS Supply Department boosts a "0" AOCP rate. Unit members thusiam shown by the 18 have exercises been praised last Fall for"and.
enlisted and Waves and
are (Front Row, L. to R.) S. D. Hammond, AK3; J. J. Romansllc, AK3; D. E. Crawford, AA; Gail N. Lawson men AKCM assigned D.to performance" by the
LaGasse, AK3; Viola Sharp, AK2; Ann Southard, AK3; J. V. Reese, AK1, (Second Row, L. to R.) the Unit contributed inmeasurablyto Navy Section of the 10)l
P.J. Abbot, AA; R. Cado, AK3; D. A. Vent.r, AKAN; D. E. Willis, AKAN; L. D. Ellis, AK1; Lt.. our reaching this goal," said sistance Advisory Group ( )
(jg) B. E. Blair; D. N. Law son, AKCM; R. A. Watt, AK3; D. P. Reule, AK3; J. 0. Singleton, Lieutenant B. E. Blair, Unit Head. in Spain.In 1
AKAN T. J. Predmore, AKAN and N. D. Thurman AK2. Two men were not present for the photo- Some of the factors that aidedin a letter to
R. P. Kelleher, AK3 and J. S. Powell, SN. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)) accomplishing this "0" rate Charles E. Rodgers,
---- were; agressive followup action; Officer of VP-16, it
close contact with, and excellent that... "the cooperation,

Biweekly Paydays Navy Unit Commendation cooperation from the Aircraft and professional
Maintainance and O&R Depart- which the members of
ments; a detailed investigation of Squadron 16 conducted
Begin Tomorrow all requirements and through research (was) frequently
Ribbon Granted VAP-62 intechnicalpublicationsfor the Spanish Navy
substitutes and next higher assemblies Spain's armed forces
A new concept In paydays will ; purchasing from com- antisubmarine warfare
go into effect for all Naval per- Thirty officers and men of the Jorgensen, PH3; L. F. Pierce merical concerns and an excellent Because of this fact, the
sonnel of the Jacksonville Navy Photography Department of Heavy PH3; W. A. Brown, PH3; H. J. inventory control of local stocks, Navy is dependent upon
Complex tomorrow, March 29 with Photographic Squadron Sixty Two Glass, PTAN; R. M.QreenPTAN; it was stated. forces for their practical
the introduction of the biweeklypay were honored at a CommendatoryMast R. G. Miller, PHAN: J. E. Farris, The Unit normally supports some in combined air-surface
plan. held last week. AN; K. W. Stinnett AN; L. P. 170 local aircraft ranging from operations.The .
Military personnel will be paid Commander R. F. Roemer Kress, AN and M. E. Markiewicz.AN. helicopters to jet bombers. letter further
every other Friday, alternatingwith praised the men for their the ASW capability of the

civilian personnel paydays, exemplary and professional per- ___.. Navy has been greatly
"' "-----
it was stated. formance of duty during the recent a and that conduct such as
The biweekly pay plan was developed Cuban Crisis. At the same time I Ii strated by VP-16s
as a favorable result ofa they were authorized to wear the i greatly enhances the
test set up by the Comptrollerof Navy Unit Commendation Ribbon. r Spanish relationship en
the Navy in July 1962. Some The Citation read in part: "for .- MAAG staff.
75,000 Navy men and Marinesof extraordinary achievement In the ... Patrol Squadron 16 was
.JJI" .
.
ships and shore stations par- planning and executing of aerial ..,' .. to Rota Spain last
.." .
.. .. and returned to NAS
ticipated in the test. reconnaissance during the period .. '" : .1' ;
There are two major advantagesto October 15 to November 26, 1962 ,< "' .i' mid-February.
a ,biweekly pay system it was on missions in support of opera- 't- I'A ""f".iI

determined. by the survey; one, tions of the utmost importance to .. 16 NAS PO's
it eliminates those pay periods the security of the United States. '.
with three weekends and two, it The successful completion of these
aids the men in the handling of flights in the face of adverse Receive CPO
their personal finances since they circumstances was In keeping with
can plan in advance that paydaywill the highest traditions of the United Sixteen NAS Jax first
be on a definite day of the States Naval Service." ty officers will don
week.If Those commended were: R coveted "hard hat" of
your pay check seems a few Lieutenant Commander G. E. Chief Petty Officer in the
dollars short tomorrow, don't call Smith; Lieutenant Junior Grade J. months.
the Navy Finance Office, as or E. Linn; Ensign W. D. Pulver; The new CPO's were
several paydays throughout the R. A. Gaudreau, PHCA; O. N. as a result of success
year persons will receive pay for Huff, PHC; J. M. Mullaney, PHCA; peting in the February
only 13 days. This will occur F.A. Dennee, PHI; J. F. McCue wide examination.On .
when the 31st day of a month fallsin PHI-PI; F. N. Morgan PH1; M. Thursday, May 16
a pay period. A. Wood PH1; C. H. Helton .' and one Wave<< will be
Any special one time credits PH2; J. F. Rhodes: PH2; B. F. to chief. They are M.
PROUD MOMENTLt.Cdr.. G. E. Smith, head of VAP.62'sPhoto.graphy -
PH2 E. P Hostetler,PH2
leave rations Moore
such as or flight ; ; ; ETCA; R. J. &tron, ;
pay will normally be paid the J. H. Cooper, PH2; E. B. Crain, Deportment, receives the Navy Unit Citation and Ribbonfrom Blanton, HMCA and
next payday after it is creditedto PH2; L N. Echavarria, PH3; R. Squadron Commanding Officer, Cdr. Robert F. Roemer, at Mosely, RMCA.
the pay record. Checkages H. Craft, PH3; R. E. Hale PH3; Personnel Inspection held Friday, March 15. (Official U. S. Navy
will work the same way. D. W. Slaughter, PH3; R. P. Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)). (Continued on Page )

t= \fl.-

I l'f .
I. -- ._,, _._ ,



A --




PAGE 2 JAX AIR NEWS ___ __ 28 MARCH 1963
t .



Traits of A LeaderBy 'JAX. ..AIRNE.; S



Sgt. Mal.| J. H. Spotamk! .

The SAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
A leader Is the result of yearsof form? Their only common expect tWe? leadership from those published each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
experience, maturity and re- denomination was individualism who'ch cSe not to dare and take Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
sponsibility. One can be trainedin and each one had a different trait the'*bisf: r solution. Leadership private firm. All copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR
the rudiments of leadership for which he was admired or describes a quality of individuals NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
but it is up to the Individual to envied. not of a group or society. And Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before
develop these. The key to the What makes a leader stand out? yet, leadership inescapably Involves publication. are welcomed frofl\ all sources-
matter is that the leader is a First, of course, is his rugged insecurity. Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8164. {
rugged individual. Some are loved- individualism. Second is his will- You might ask "What, a leader Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
some are envied. There's no in ingness to accept responsibility.Next feel insecure? Ridiculous.. But concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing
between. There never has been a his determination to takea try to grasp this, by taking Company, 4724 Clyde Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida --
leader who was "tolerated". chance. And most Important, chances -. and he must -- he Telephone 359-5140 or 359-0271. /
.
-- ..i The trend today is to make the his awareness of his subsequent risks everything. By swiftly

word "leadership" as common insecurity for having decided on analyzing the situation he sees VOL. 21 NO.3. 28 MARCH 1963
and repugnant the term "to- that chance.In only one golden opportunity and
getherness" was years ago. You our present day, more em- based on his individualism, takes
can't pick up a paper without phasis Is being given to securityand it. By ignoring this opportunityhe
seeing the word"leadership" usedat future. It is easy to assume accepts mediocrity and Just
least ten times per page. Pick the new opiate for the massesis becomes another mortal And a
up a paper or magazine from two security. However, bold ima- rather common one.
years ago. Then it 'tis only usedas ginative action and display of Leadership Is the lonelist thingin .-
a accolade. Now it is usedas natural talents in personnal self- the world. If you don't have

a smokescreen encompassingmany expression in his daily actions any spark, imagination, guts and 16F.
ordinary men. puts security where it belongs ina adult awareness--be a follower.
A leader is not ordinary I Nor leader's life: behind him. Defensive The leader will always be there
can he be categorized. Have you thinking and bold decisionsdo when we need him. (Adapted from

ever seen two leaders, real not go together. We cannot the Quantio Sentry) .
leaders, alike in any shape or



Station Traffic Fire Chief Sez"It VAP-62's Moyer

..
Violation RecordThe doesn't make good sense Rated Top SailorBarry

when you endanger your life or
following is a report of the lives of others because of L. Moyer AT2 of Heavy "' ,
motor vehicle accidents and traffic downright carelessness especiallywhen Photographic Squadron SixtyTwohas
violations for the period March 16
it comes to fire safety. been selected as that unit'sSailor
through March 24. of the Month for February.He .

NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis We stand ready to enlighten youat received congratulationsfrom s
your convenience. We will set his commanding officer,
Week, March 1624..4Total up a class, or classes, in fire Commander Robert F. Roemer
Accidents this year prevention and protection for your and a letter of appreciation. He .
through March 24.............79 activity, shop or office. was also presented with an engraved ,, "l."". .
Number of Accidents ci"H".'if'
cigarette lighter bearingthe .
jt.. : '
.
during March, 1962..48 To avail yourself of this service squadron insignia. \ ,
Number Of Days Since Last InjuryIn Just give us a call at Ext. 324. Moyer was chosen for the honoras ---
THOUGHTS OF A PLEASANT
The time is now let's go. result of his RETIREMENT-.may be those of
a immaculate
Motor Vehicle Accident..3
Mrs. Ruth J. Hill as she retired last Friday at NAS Jax. She had
NUMBERS Fire protection is our business. military appearance, professional been
VIOLATIONSThis employed here sine 1942. The retiree began her employment -
performance and
leadership abi-
Won't make it ?
.week. ...........................57 you yours lity, it was stated. with the Aviation Training Department and then moved to
speeding- ..............................10-- the Administration Office, Operations Department when the Train-
"""Reckless Driving................... 2 g Ing group transferred to Corpus Christi!, Texas in 1948. Her fellow -
Going Through Stop Sign.......... 3 @rn: employees presented Mrs. Hill with an inscribed plaque anda
Other VioL\tlons..42 rocker. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2))
Thirty-four drivers appeared:
before the Traffic Boardat C::>
Hearing: 0 G Editorial
the meeting held on March 25.
Dispostlon of the cases included
the following: seven lost drivingand
parking privileges aboard Slam the Study Door

station; eight were assigned to

eight-hour driving instructions course ; 12weregiven In remedial At Your Own Peril !

suspended penalties; seven were
given warnings; three were dis- v Dt
missed and five were referred to An eight-year-old "presidential hopeful" recently wrote a letterto
commanding officers for possible President Kennedy asking the Chief Executive what he should do
disciplinary action.FOLLOWING to become President. He was told to "study hard".
TOO CLOSELY Ol Good advice, And were we asked what a serviceman should do to

Following too closely is the become word of successful in his chosen military field, we wouldn't deletea
the
.. third greatest cause of traffic but the President's answer. The question Is certainly different
reply is assuredly the
hard.
accidents. If you get too closeto same--study
the car ahead and the driver door Study to and knowledge--two golden keys. They not only open the

stops suddenly, It is more than Once that self.improvement"door" but helP us Prove our mettle as well
is
likely that you will collide with flung open magnificent vistas spread before, our
personal
horizon offering us a better life satis-
Personal
him and the cars following you faction
will become involved in a chain The and.mostlmportant-afeelingofworthtoourselves and mankind.
reaction of tragic crashes. And, tional wealth serviceman is lucky. He has an unlimited amount of educa-
at his
too, the cars moving in the opposite of correspondence fingertips. may be USAFI with its hundreds
direction also become courses. Or perhaps one of the many service .
may schools
: or simply the base
involved. Information l and Education office. And
don't
forget the
well-stocked
Research shows that you should ganization. service library--a credit to any or-

keep one car-length between you Whether we're thinking about
and the vehicle ahead for each eyeing a furthering our military career or
good paying J job On retirement, the result of successful
10 miles per hour of speed. The rewarding life a
depends
on
distance should be doubled if the We're reminded our educational development.
road is wet. If highways and other newspaper to of a young man' 16 years old- who wrote a Virginia
complain that
he
conditions are favorable, and the Unknowingly this could not find a decent-paying job.
traffic Is moving at 30 miles chances for a young fellow had already written an end to his
per hour, keep at least three car and started working really full good profession. That's when he quit school
''lengths between you and the car husband and father ofrrnfch two time. Today he is seven years older, a
children
In front of you. This rule is not paying jobs. and veteran of numerous low-

inflexible. You must use common did not get the door
sense and adjust your driving to "I'll take that 17 point safety ch.ck you offered." demand.-in or out of ajar and unfortunately there simply 'isn't

existing conditions.! . . . . . . servlce--for the untrained. (AFPS)
. .. .. .
.
I .. ,. y : : : ; :; . :'.' . . .
I
I ,

I



28 MARCH 1963 .._ JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 3PENNEY'S
:)

CEDAR HILLS| PENNEY'S '

!
ALWAYS FH, f2ST QUALITY SHOP EVERY WEEKNIGHT UNTIL 9
,
:I :
1 .
r r tl


we< know your :


.


type. ;. ) 7'

t. :: ::. t .

n
haven't you often said...


66 I've got to put in a good appearance..So, I'm careful about my suits...
buy only the best..yet look for value. This one, now..looks like Mohair...
has a handsome luster to it. Actually 70% Fortrel, 30% AVRIL'* Rayon.
Finely tai i1 1 0 r e d..cool and comfortable as a breezy day. Bought it at .;
Penney's for just 32.95. For my money..that's more than value..that's :
incredible! 99

3 2 95 \ : -
f_.1.l ...<*''"M poJr.....fiber ,



/ \ Y.iQ .
.

,,,
'\
r ;
".. ;
f
*dc. PIMA COTTON WASH 'N "

WEAR DRESS SHIRTS! g '

t Cool, comfortable short sleeve models in a s
4, lightweight, luxurious pima cotton broadcloth -
l l l1t Handsomely tailored with popular t
\J Kingdor soft, short point collars, vented

: sleeves! Little or no iron,1..141017! Sanforized 298!




..,



,
> t
DISTINCTIVE .
2-EYELET .. ..
*.., a y DRESS OXFORD '

m.n'i tit.. 12 95
-cr ".12

v. Comfortable c u s h-
ion insole oxfords of
. ,. soft grain leather.
\
Leather sole. Sanitized !.
', too. Black ;
or brown. '



CEDAR HilLS PENNEY'S ? \
.'. -
WILSON AND BUNDING BLVD.

CHARGE IT) \



__________ _

. .MARCH-l

-.28
PAGE 4 JAX AIR NEWS


Navy Managers Face Challenge Are WomenNobody Better Drivers Than Men? I


knows whether men are drivers than men? vehicles are drivep by men and

Under Exec Order 10988By better drivers than women or vice The National Bureau of Casualty that even the} family passengercar
versa. Underwriters point out that a is more .frequently driven on
Andrew H. Planer But Insurance underwriters do considerable part rof the dif- long trips by'men than women.

knovj thatwomen drivers are better ferences in accident Involvement However, many observers share
Navy managers are now at the"hardnose" automobile insurance risks than between the sexes is undoubtedlydue the opinion that women as a class
and deal
period must
to the fact that men drivers are more'careful and more con-
men.
face-to-face in their negotiationswith mites than women siderate of others on the road
federal unions If this sounds like a paradox.here's average more
employee a
the reason. drivers. The BureVn further pointsout and, therefore';jare safer driversas
labor relations advisor from the
Office of Industrial Relations In During 1960 for example,41,000men that almost all commercial a class.THEKINGSTON. t

Washington told the Jax chapter of [,rrX and 6,000 women drivers 1
the Armed Forces Management were involved in fatal accidents;
Association last Thursday.And and 15,000,000 men and 3,500,000 TRIO

negotiate they must, said women drivers were Involved in

Edward B. Powell, in his talk at all kinds of automobile accidents- _. .
>* the Officers Club to thc Jocalgroup fatal, non-fatal and property damage TK i $WHWll'" ) /\, ;'''"
the of Executive Order according to the National '
on impact ,1 h JHEKINGSTON
I
a :
Safety Council.In ,1.>' '. *
10988. The order lays the ground r. (
:
rules for government agencies to that year, studies show there !.::' t*I: '' "{ .< TRIO

recognize and deal with employee were 61,000,000 registered men : !
drivers and 26,000,000 registeredwomen ; :
unions. : '. $ #16
.
drivers. On the basis of 2f '
"No longer can we run",Powell t ;
said. "Navy management person- these figures here's how thesexes .1 :
nel now must listen to problemsand shape up with respect to accident' .J (ST1871NEW )

demands of employee unions involvment; 67 of every 100,000 r ,.... J $:'..e:J:,+J
and cannot dismiss these demands male drivers-were involved in fatal "

with a simple 'No'. Managementwill Edward D. Powellof accidents, as against 23 of every
now have to justify its rejection 100,000 female drivers; and 246
the issuing of the executive of 1,000 male drivers were
of union demands", every
any order, Powell said that the move- NEW FRONTIER .
Powell said. involved in accidents of all kinds, r
ment to step up the tempo of of
as against only 135 out every
who the
"Navy managers in past management employee relations drivers. (includes the
1,000 women
felt that there were more or less
received Its from the
Impetus These indicate that a
figures smash hit.
forced into discussion conferences t
Hoover Commission report in 1949. women is much less likely to be c
representatives This report cited that the federal Involved in an accident than a male Greenback Dollar ) x .$
-;" government had dealings and negotiations driver and, therefore, women jj/
to still do as they pleaded, will 1Y ,
with Industrial labor:
better ST-1809
drivers are regarded as ( )
have to adopt a new philosophy".
unions, but had virtually none with automobile Insurance risks than
Powell declared. "They must the labor force within government, men drivers.But .
negotiate and not merely converseon and considered this inconsistent.Not bettera
are women really
matters at hand. Managementno much done Powell -
was recalled THE BEST
longer holds the trump cardin since 1949 until President large extent at the first levelof ip1kIakI1
its dealings with employee Kennedy in 1961 asked for a studyof supervision", he said. "It OF THEKINGSTON
groups it is required negotiate the situation, a task force was behooves all supervisors at the
providing of course the item Is one organized to conduct the study lower levels to be aware of and TRIOST1705
that Is negotiable". Powell added. which resulted in the order being recognize the problem areas andto 4k

\I of"The time-honored concepts of Issued in January 1962 and finally study the "pressure points"in ( )

management-employee relations Implemented in July 1962. order to correct or Improve ,.
must now be junked and a Prior to the executive order them and to pass their findingson
new philosophy adopted", Powell only five government agencies had to superiors who will be better
asserted. management-employee union deal able to handle the situation across r Xr N
The movement under the new ings worthy of the name, Powell the table of negotiations", Powell
order was not expected to develop he said
reported. Today some declared.
quickly and heavily as it has, the 50,000 employees are covered by "Thus management personnel of COLLEGE CONCERT

OIR representative said. The exclusive agreements; exclusive the Navy face their biggest

order, according to Powell, has recognition has been granted in challenge as a result of (ST) -1658
resulted In government employees 44 instances; 57 formal recogni- Executive Order 10988 and must
joining unions in large numbers. tions have been granted; six face up to their responsibilities
The edict has provided these agreements have already been as managers", he added.
employees with an urge to organizeand negotiated with many more in the The Impact of the executive
to be affiliated with some process, Powell said. order is felt rather heavily in
union, he stated. Powell Indicatedthat As for the future, government the Jax area where the Federal
employees feel they want to be agencies can look forward to government is the largest single
a part of the new movement and an implementation of voluntary employer. It Is estimated that
sense the chance to have a partin check-off dues program for over 10,000 people are employedby MONO $1.89

shaping their own destiny. employee union members. The Uncle Sam In the local area.
Some of the items that are Civil Service Commission Is pre- REGULARLY $3.98
negotiable, it was brought out, sently developing such plans, Everyone Is proving himself
include pay standards, vacations, Powell reported. physically fit by walking 50 miles
leave, work standards, welfareand Powell alerted against the clock. Even the Russians -
Navy
managers
serviceprogramsgrievances to be on their toes and approachthe have joined the marathon.And STEREO $2.49
training distribution of overtime new order with mature responsibility they claim a new record.A .
work, hours of work and similar as executives and Red Army general has gone REGULARLY
items.In managers. "The success 100 miles by foot in a little under $4.98
I or
recalling the background 12 hours-on the back of
failure of an en-
." any program reacts to
listed man.


r rrr rflrrrrue

\ NOW HEAR THIS. jI .wr wrRECORD
. S


DID THAT MOVE COST MORE FOR YOUR LISTENING PLEASURE

THAN. YOU EXPECTED???


WE ARE ESPECIALLY ATTUNED TO FINANCIAL I

o. 8 W 'NEEDS OF SERVICE PERSONNEL


J9 KSOHJw LET' US BANK-FINANCE YOUR CAR riou l hgh; ride ;itu center

IT WILL SAVE YOU MONEY.
INC. 1

1234 KING ST.

-RIVERSIDE BAM Phone near Park 384-7541 Street ROOSEVELT MALL

LAKEWOOD/SAN JOSE





,
-'



I -1


28 MARCH 1963 JAY AIR NEWS PAGE 5_

I--:

; : [ L1r; iu1 Staff Aides SecNavApprovesAwardOf


Receive Caps

Navy Marine Corps

u1 fw At Hospital ,


Staff aides received caps and Expeditionary Medals
certificates while Gray Ladies .
were honored with awards at a .1
combined meeting of the Red Cross The Secretary of the Navy has entitled to the awards, It was point"/
Gray Ladies and Staff Aides held approved the award of the Navy ed out. [
last. Wednesday at the Naval Hospital and Marine Corps Expeditionary The medals takeprecedencelm- )
Lounge. Medals to those Navy and Marine mediately after the Navy and Mar-
/ Dr. Jerome Imburg, chief of Corps personnel who participatedIn ince Corps Good Conduct Medals,
t 4J pediatrics at the Hospital was the Thailand Military Operationand or the Naval Reserve and the
r 4 ;k 't Ip K tz3 the featured speaker. He talkedon the Cuban Military OperationIt the Marine Corps Organized Re-
V a "Dependent Medical Care in was announced recently. serve Medals, it was stated.
r Relation to Available Medical Personnel of the 3rd Marine Not more than one medal will -.
Facilities." Expeditionary Unit (Navy and be awarded to any one person,
: n Staff aides receiving their caps Marine Corps) who served ashorein but for each succeeding operation
and certificates were- Mrs. Vir- Thailand during May 16, 1962, justifying such award, one"bronze
___ ginia Pruett and Mrs. Ruby August 10, 1962 are entitled to star may be worn on the suspen-
Broussard. Staff aides receiving the Navy or Marines Corps Expeditionary sion ribbon of the medal and on
awards were Mrs. June Nelson MedalTo the ribbon bar as prescribed by
CAPPING OF STAFF AIDES it performed by Mrs. James R, and Mrs. Elizabeth Gody. Gray receive the Medal for the U.S. Navy Uniform Regulationsand
Compton On-post Chairman of the group and Mrs. E. H. Olivei Ladies receiving awards were: Cuban Operation persons must U. S. Marine Corps Uniform
Chairmen of volunteer services for the chapter. Receiving caps Mrs. M. A. Feher Mrs. J. P. have either been assigned to the Regulations.Lists .
(L. to R.) are Mrs. Ruby Broussard and Mrs. Virginia I I I Pruett Moorer Mrs K. R. Moran, Mrs.F. Naval Base, Guantanamo Bay, of Units, both Navy and
(Official U. S. Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)). C. Turner, Mrs. A. E. Wattayand Cuba, (Including personel attached Marine Corps, eligible for these
Mrs. R. L Werner. to ships and units actually awards will be announced. at a
Hospital Wives Will Hostess JOWC Luncheon Hostesses for the coffee were assigned to the Naval Base); those later date.
The Hospital Officer's Wives The theme of April in New Yorl Mrs. Q. R. Whitmore, staff aide, engaged in reconnalsance flights
will hostess the Jacksonville Cfwill be carried out for an Easter; and Mrs. W. Dodge, Gray Lady. over Cuba and those engaged In
ficer's Wives Club Luncheon on Parade of bonnets from Ivey's of Among the guests attending were: special operations specifically designated Movies
Wednesday April 3. Social hour Jacksonville M. Miracle, Manager of the Duval by the Secretary of the
will commence at 11.30 a.m. with For reservations, contact the County Chaper of American Red Navy. Movies will be shown regularly -
lunch following at' 12:30 p.m. at telephone committee no later thai Cross, and Mrs. E. H. Oliver, Intinerants and personnel,units, at 1900 on Monday through .
the NAS Jax Officer's Club. Monday, April 1. Chairman of volunteer services and ships temporarily assigned for Saturday; at 1400 and 1900 on
I for the chapter. short periods for training are not Sunday: at the Malnstde and
NATTU Theaters and at 1900 onlyon

Put your plans into action withCASH I New USAFI I CoursesThe These Sunday times at the are Hospital subject to Theater.change.

Thursday, March 28
United States Armed Forces Portuguese empires in America;
offers four revised social, cultural, and .
Institute newly religious, Malnslde--El Ctd.NATTUnlt .
courses in Latin American History artistic developments; the strug- --Cow Country.
I and II and Beginning RussianI gles for Independence and the Hospital--Bachelor Flat.
;....--- and ILThe problems of the new nations.
March 29
kIJ :;...- first course In Latin The second course In Latin Friday, '
American History I surveys the American History surveys the Mainside--Reach For The Sky. I
---- -- history of that area from the time of political, racial economic, and NATTUnI t--El Cit
--- -- pre-Columbian Indian cultures to cultural development of each of Hospital--Cow Country.
-
the struggle for independence in the twenty Latin American
March 30
the first quarter of the nineteenth countries. Saturday,
century. The following topicsare The course Beginning RussianI Mainside--The Raven.NATTUnitReach .
detailed in this course: covers the fundamentals of For The Sky.
geopolitical background; Europeanand Russian, emphasizing thedevelop- Hospital--El Cid. .*J...
African backgrounds the ment elementary reading ability.
major Indian cultures; the periodof Russian Ills Intended Improve Sunday, March 31

discovery, exploration,and con- reading ability and vocabulary Ma1nslde--The Unforgi v en.
and economic building and accuracy in readingand
quest; political NATTUnlt--The Raven.
administration of Spanish and translation are stressed. Hospital--Reach For The Sky.
SERVICEMEN: The cash you need to go on 1

leave or pay bills is only a short distance Monday, April 1 1.

from your base. Visit your nearby House. Mainside.Pursuit Of Graf

hold Finance office and let an HFC Military Spree.
Loan Specialist help you carry out your NATTUnit--The Unforgiven.
Hospital--The Raven.
plans. The folks in over 1200 HFC offices w

from coast to coast are now helping more Tuesday, April 2

than 100,000 servicemen put their plans Mainstde-Helen Of Troy.

into action. May we help you? 'L:4ii NATTUnit--Pursuit Of Graf
Spree.
Hospital--The Unforg ven.
cd' MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS
A.k about' Yo"i o.t p.y.n 24 Ie 12 6 Wednesday, April 3 .

Credit LifeInsurance Mainside--Campbells Kingdom.\
6100 5.93 7.29 10.07 18.48 .. ..
200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.97 NATTUnit-Helen Of Troy.
loan 300 17.79 21.88 30.21 55.45 NEW TRIUMPH SPITFIRE Hospital--Pursuit Of Graf
on
SOS 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78 Spree.
at group rate Sop 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80 Over 12 feet long, speed over 90 m.p.h.,
Cterg no C+ernprt.d* 3% on M part of
"III4Mr.J'il,btltxett not tstmtnig$300 disc brakes independent suspension
mrf, 2%.,...y temotinttr. Two East Germans were dis-
roll-up windows-now only cussing Soviet Zone.the fuel shortage in the
HOUSEHOJFINANCE
First East German: "Your
.
house is always warm. How do
$2195 you manage It?"
Second East German: "In strict
P.O.E. I confidence it's the parrot. I
i bought a parrot and taught It to
25 West Forsyth St.-355-9683 Two Locations say 'Long Live Party Chief Ul-
1000 W. FORSYTH ; Then it the
brichtf I put out on
3050 Beach Blvd.-39 8-4541
Ph. 353.7529
back balcony overlooking the
Cedar Hills Shopping Center *** wood depot. Whenever It shouts

3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 SAN JUAN AVE. the slogan the depot workers i. ,...
Off Roosevelt Blvd. M OTTO R S throw firewood at it. So now I
AbacI office open Friday innings/ until 8 P.M.
Ph. EV 4-4536 IMPORT DIV. get all the fuel I need."





t
.L



Jl, Ii.
iJ'J' .. .n. v. -. ,- .
.. '

PAGE 28 MARCH 1963
---- -
.
-
r : I
+ 4
F J + t Ay .'
J dW't MISSILE
: AGE DEAL!


.
NEW CARS /

A flu .Lowest Prices t t
.Highest Trade-in Allowance
Easy Terms-The Nicesest Treatment in Town
f I
II
r I USED CARS

Used Cars at.Two, Big Lots
Okayed
NEW NAVY RELIEF Yoluntttr Workers post at Graduation day exercises along with Rear Admiral i;
2600 Ave.
5552 Beach Blvd.- Kings
Joseph M. Carson, Commander Fleet Air Jax and Capt. James R. Compton, NAS Commanding Full One-Year Guaranteed Warranty
Officer. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)). J On Every Car Sold

23 Wives drunk staggered up to the SHOP IN THE SHADOWOF THE 50-FOOT MISSILE
office and said, "I want a
to New York." @j GORDONTHOMPSON"Jacksonville's "
you want to go by Buf-
?" asked the clerk. _
no," slobbered the Center"
"I want to go by planef

_. ______n ---.......,.... _._._._. ,
.


FOR THIS WEEK!



1 ROOMGROUP.



.


_ : 1 1 GROUP THAT IS


; IN QUALITY AND t PRICE !



DINETTE LIVING ROOM


.Nylon Covered Sofabed
r+ '36" X -48" X 60" Table 'Matching Nylon Covered Chair
PH3.P1)A .Six ((6)) Matching Chairs Two ((2)) Step Tables
One Coffee Table

I i Two ((2)) Decorator Lamps


9' X 12' $ 87



I FOAMBACKEDRUG 288








ONE NORMANDY WAYSIDE WAYSIDE FURNITURE CO.







FURNITURE CO.


1 1 BOULEVARD I ( PHONE 389-1144

HOON to 6 PM Mondqy Friday 9 AM 6
( to PM Saturday 9 AM tp 6 PMI"
.I
-*- )





-



..
-

I
28 MARCH 1963 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 7
-- ------
HI ,


A Women's, View Of A Carrier's Day


-
By Mae Spencer, J01

.J4lJS12j What's it like to spend a day aboard a carrier at sea? Certainly aboard an airstatlon this size many
e officers and men could answer this question but the answer was also granted to some 821 Navy wives
,.)- and Waves last Friday on board the USS Saratoga (CVA-60)).
The shrill ever incessant ringof
the telephone vibrated throughout -
the house of this reporter long
before dawn that day.
This was the signal to rise and
don uniform for the trek to May-
port. After a quick stop at the
r station to pick up Ruth Ann Roberts t x f d.p"
SA, of NAS SIO we proceeded to 3 J y-i+ I'I's' i+d t" e y
the Naval Station trying to come
awake.
f
Forearmed with dramamine I
scanned the route for an open
t- ++ CARRIER CRUISERS--HAS Waves Barbara Leads SN; Barbara restaurant believing a full sto-
Green, YN3; Carol Murray, SN and Arlene Thielke, SA pose with mach is a prerequlste to a pleasant r
their guide, Herbert K. Russell, MM1 as they board the USS Sara day ( at least at sea ). Butit
toga, (CV A.60)) for a day's cruise. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by appeared that restaurants along
Mae Spencer, J01)). the way do not open until after
6:00 a.m.
Soon after arriving at Mayport
we decided to try the bill of fareat
the Mess Hall. Our visit was
rather a surprise to the Masterat
Arms since no Waves are
stationed at Mayport.
Breakfast was dispatched and
off we went to the carrier hopingwe

were well prepared.By A FLIGHT DECK PETTY OFFICER, Is photographed on the
now the early morning mist Saratoga flight deck after he has assisted in launching and
had risen and the gray hulk of the recovery of some of the carriers aircraft during a dependents
mammoth ship was tl.cre beckoningus day cruise held last Friday. (Official US. Navy Photo by Mae
to a new experience. Spencer, JOl 1)).
Having perused through the

Bluejackets Manual the evening One soon got the same feelingas For: a Navy photographer this is
before to bone up on proper ship- experienced in New York Cityas much routine buta
workaday
A DEMON (F3B) streaks at some 120 mph aboard the USS pretty
away board etiquette we felt we were far as inquiry concerning Wave journalist is not
Sara togaCVA-60)du( ) ring a cruise last Friday. Some 821 Navy prepared to board the "Sara". directions. Directions were asked often presented with such an very
.' wives and HAS Waves were aboard for the day. (Official U.S. Navy The first sensation was one of many times before we found the op-

Photo by Mae Spencer, J01)) great awe and vastness. right combination of ladders to portunity.Some 25 miles at sea, with the
After welcome of coffeeas take us to destination.We .
a cup our wind at 35 knots across the carrier -
EV 4-6432 ( it was a frosty morn) we soon found that lndi d, a bow and the steam cascadingfrom I
AIR BASE CAB returned to the quarterdeck to wait carrier Is aselfsustalnlng"clty". the catapults all servedas
the arrival of Barbara Green.YN3; Barber shops cobbler shops the backdrop for the ballet of
Carol Murray SN, and Arlene tailor shops library chapel.Navy the recovery. In perfectsynchron-
Tlelke. SA, all of NAS CI&E and Exchange and the gedunk were ization the aircraft were prepared
24 Radio Dispatched Cabs Barbara Leads SN of SpecialSer- all present. An interesting feature for the nex launch by men in
HOUR vices.A at least to the women, was the various colored shirts.
Serving Duval County few posed photos were taken fact that laundry and air cuts During actual operationsplanesmust
} SERVICE Bot"Civilian for scrapbooks and our guides are free to the men: be refueled armed respotedfor
and Military were ready to give us the com- Soon the time arrived to observethe take-off and flung into the air
7/1 plete tour. launch and recovery cyclesof prior to the return of their air- ,
9 J. / HAS AREA By now all of the guests wereon some of the carrier's aircraft. borne partners. Thus the yellow
board and we were underway Crusaders (F8Ds), Sky raiders shirts direct aircraft movements
Cedar Hills Ortega Cecil Field Westconnett without any sensation of movement. (A3B), Demons (F3B), SkyhawksA4C brown shirts are plane captains
(Thank goodness I!). ( ) and Sky warriors (A3B) all preflightlng planes for the next I.
We broke into two groups to were on display. Four aircraft launch red shirts fill the fuel
facilitate movement through the were launched and recovered dur- tanks load bombs and guided missiles -
ATTENTIONNEW crowded passageways and off we ing each cycle.An and green shirts perform
went. extra special thrill was accorded necessary maintenance resultingfrom
There seemed to be a never this reporter as she was the
previous flight.
ending maze of passageways and permitted to take photographs on A Fire Power Demonstration
ladders. the flight deck during the cycles. followed the launch and recovery

cycles during which many types of
I
..
CHIEFS! weaponry were shown..loftbomb
This sign points the way to low-level bomb pattern, lowangleloft
% bombing over-the-shoulder
GRACIOUS LIVING....
Blue Dacron/Wool GaberdineUNIFORMS strafe spar rockets-on-spar
Tan or ,
of
,. dive-bomb spar..were some
n n vS the techniques demonstrated.Other .
events were a flare drop {
JACKSONVILLETRAILER and the ejection of photo flash
cartridges In a loop maneuver.
'The program was concluded with
5995Buy flyby of jets and prop planes.
This was the end of the plan-
MART *
ned events but many guests remained -
for the return to
Now At This Low, Low Price topside
Pay When You Receive Your Uniform Allowance Mayport.
Many thanks to the officers and
'V7 men of the "Sara" for a memor-
MARLOW able day at sea. The Saratoga Is
commanded by Captain F. T.
Moore Jr., and is the flagshipof
WHITE / GRANTS "THE NATION'S LARGEST Commander Carrier DivisionSix

Rear Admiral R. J. Stroh.A .

/ UNIFORMS"Naval MOBILE HOME CHAIN"
new type of cigarette lighterhas

Tailors for Three Generations"Next 5887 ROOSEVELT BLVD.-PHONE EV 8-3564 button been and invented.an arrow You pops push out a 1

To HAS and points to the nearest person i
6475 Roosevelt Boulevard-Ph. EV 8.3556I with a match r

I I 1

I {


f



.. ,- ,
,- -' .

r t- PAG-e" i

s' JAX AIR NEWS u. MARCH 1963
-

3 A1Iof ComFairJax Basketball Tourney

L4 !

+: Gets Underway At NAS GymThe



ComFairJax 1963 Intermural Athletic season got off to a rousing start last Monday as 10 teams

hit the hardwood at the Matnside Gym in a double,elimination basketball tournament.The .
first days highlights were
many, with one doubleovertime play, they managed to knot the fort to. stop Thomas and limited
game, two forrdtsand somespark- score Just seconds before the final him to, three points, all that VP-7
ing individual play. buzzer and toss the game into a could 'muster, while racking up
The Fairjax Athletic program, five minute overtime. seven big ones and cinching the
which Is for fleet personnel only, Forty-four came back on the game.
has a seven sport agenda with court determined to win and pouredin In the VP-18, VFP-62 game
basketball the first played each four quick points before Thomas which was next on the agenda,
year. Then later in the year come took control of the game and could a protest against illegal playerswas
tennis, golf, Softball, bowling, catch them. His two field goals upheld at the half with VFP-
touch football and volleyball. knotted the score at 62 all and 62 ahead 33-31. As a result of
At the end of the season or it looked like the first overtime the illegal players, the game went
early in 1964, a banquet will be would end that way as VA-44 down In the books as a 2-0 win
held and a special "Admiral's maneuvered for a last ditch shotto for VP-18 and VFP-62 dropped
I 1 __ Trophy" presented tothesquadronor win the game. Some 20 seconds to the losers bracket.
unit ammassing the most points were in the Scoreboard clock when Monday's final game of the day
during the past year. These points Warner, high man for VA-44 with between VP-5 and FAETU Det
will be awarded in a basis of: 18 points, sank a one-handed push Two never got underway as, at
teams entered and their orderof shot that sent them out ahead game time and for the 15 minute
finishing in the various tour- 64-62. extra periods allowed under the
:: neys.In. With time running out the VP-7 rules, FAETU could only field
the opening round of the quintet took the wisest course four men. Within minutes after the
basketball tournament HatWingOne and gave the ball to Thomas who game had been declared a forfeit
A from Sanford downed Attack made a hard, twisting and almost with VP-5 in the top of a 2-0
Squadron 45, 6459. Two of Hat- Impossible one man drive down the score, FAETU's fifth man showedup
Wlngs players, Cliff Lamb and center ol the court and then casually, but It was then too late.
Dan Underwood, scored 23 points dropped a shot from the edge of the
apiece to lead their team to a free throw circle only seven sec- Sarge: Why dQ you drag that
hard won victory but the big man onds before the buzzer ended play awful looking wife of yours
in the first overtime.In around wherever ?
of the game was Bob Hyland of you go
VA-45 who found the basket fora the final overtime, Forty- Corporal: Would you like to
nab $ ;ry"'i% Sa total of 29 points and at times four played ball control in an ef- kiss her goodbye?
.
he had -------- --- -----
their
HatWingers shaking r 1I
4, W heads as he put on a tremendousone
t *4y man show.In .

Monday's second game VP- I : Do Your Summer Bowling At I
30 and VAP-62 locked horns and
produced a rousing ball game in
front of a goodly crowd. Towardthe
Central
last of the game VP-30 began Lanes

FIRST BALL-Capt. Vincent Catty, Chief of Staff, Commander to move ahead and then put
Fleet Air Jacksonville gets ready to throw up the first ball In the the game on Ice 67-54 and Hector I 1838 Cassat Avenue I II
ComFalrJax Basketball tournament being held this week. Left is Brown poured in a total of 20 I II
Fred West, player coach of VA-45 and on the right is Bill Dona.* points for the winners. But againit I 24 Newly modernized lanes, Fully air-conditioned,
hue, player coach forHatWlng 1. The Sanford team took the was a member of the losing I FREE Nursery Complete Restaurant Facilities
opener 6459. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) team who came out as high scorer Complete Pro Shop and Guaranteed Work
for the game. Don Schnieder sank
I
one more free shot than Brown I
this
for
Bring
coupon one FREE GAME
Season and came up with a total of 21 I
Spring Turkey points. I with one paid game. I

The third game of the day wasa PHONE EV 4-4556 I
real thriller and nip and tuck I
Opens On March 30th all the way as Attack Squadron 44 I

barely edged Patrol Squadron 71- -
Spring turkey season for gob- which will be open are Osceola, 67 in a double overtime. For the
blers only, will open in portionsof Lake Butler, and the Taylor County first half it looked as though 44
the NortheastvElorida Region portion of the AuciUa managementarea. was going to make a runawayof
March 30, and will close April 14, Camping will not be per- the game as they Jumped off PHONE
according to Brantley Goodson mitted on Lake Butler or Aucilla to a quick lead and at half time
Regional Manager. management areas but will be had the game under control with a
Hunting hours will be 1/2 hour permitted at designated camp siteson 30-19 lead. However, when the 359 -5310
before sunrise to 12 noon. the Osceola management areas. VP-7 quintet returned to the floor
Hunters must be In possessionof Bag limit will be based on season for the second half they looked MOBILE
a valid hunting license, and bag of three turkeys per hunter. like a new team. 7 Days A Week
when hunting in a wildlife manage If a hunter only killed two duringthe Led by sharpshooting Joe _
ment area, a management area regular season, he will have Thomas who ended up with 39 9 a.m.-9
permit. the opportunity to kill his third points for the game they began to p.m.
Counties which will not be open turkey during the spring gobbler whittle down the lead. Although 4000 PHILIPS HIGHWAY
are Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy, season. they were never ahead in regulation (U.S..1 Just South of Philips Highway Pw)

Lafayette, Alachua, Bradford, and ":' ... ,. .:. "- """"''.'-. -. ;,; ,ij. -" .:
::
that portion of Columbia southof
State Road 18 and east of U.S. CHARLIES RESTAURANT ,t WE TRADE FOR FURNITUREOR
44L All other counties in the
second district will be open. aid THRIFT MOTEL
ANYTHING
Evidence of sex, including the OF VALUE.
341 Roosevelt Boulevard CO 4.9611Orange Park ;
head, must remain on all.turkeys
taken while in camp or forest. \\Yi} Miles S. of Main Gat..Open 7:00 AM to 9:00: PM Daily :

The use of dogs while turkey { I'
Excellent Food Italian and
is prohibited. American
hunting
Wildlife management areas : EXPERTLY PREPARED CARRY-OUT ORDERS { WITH THIS AD...... FREESECOND
Steak* Chicken S Chops. SealoocPlua
BEER AND BANQUET FACILITIES :
Sports NoticesThe Expecting Il

Guests. ..... ,
'
first organizational meeting : Invite/ them to stay at th. Thrift Motel l @M\.: *; CAR
''
<:: :::
for the IM Track and Field meet ** 30 Alr-Condlllonod Rooms -iJ 1@ I t -
will be held R.asonabl./ Rots 4- ::
this
coming Wednesday TV and Swimming/ / Pool/ itt. : with each new mobile
April 3 at 9:30 a.m. in the ':, Flthlng Facilities// AvalfabU .:::t
A* Athletic Directors Office, Bldg. 3. Modern Clean/ Comfortable/ I>: home purchased
I The Track and Field meet is .* Service/ P.r onn./ W./comPhon ':
<
expected to take place on April 30. CO 4-9633 ,
,
1'i; m'mi' ':'ii' '1' ';'i ':' Ig] : =W! ; :" 1 r f




4
--



---


1 I

MARCH 1963 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 9


r Spring (Training Ends Luckey Seven Hold Supply Cagers


Keglers Meet AO Navy

For Naval Academymen IM 2nd SpotBy :\

Bob Dodds, SA Tonight For Crown
Spring training for the\ Naval baseball, and Presbyterian and actionIn
vllle University three times, one In lair Thursday night's
cademy's baseball and 'tennis Boone Park In tennis matches.In last Friday and twice Sunday. In themtional League oflM Bowl Tonight"the NAS Supply cagers
earns ended at NAS early thfs,week five games the Navy nine won all three games Navy defeated the ing attye Mainside Bowling Alley, will meet the AO, Navy squadat
hen the Middies boarded returned planet four and lost one, the sole defeatto Dolphins, with scoring going 4-2, the Luckey Seven keglers Special 7(30( p.m. In the Malnslde Gymto
Operations and to the Clemson College. 1 9-8 and 7-6. Services downed the Neptunes of vie for the Station Basketball
till chilly climes of Annapolis, Meeting Clemson and FSU last The Annapolis tennis team, VP-30,'three games to one. Crown. The Supply netmen are
d.The Saturday at Tallahassee In a coached by Capt. John E. Madden, Winning the three games,placed winners of the NAS Intramural
five-day stay in Florida sawe double-header, Navy squeaked for ,second place with
by had only five games of practice .them Ip'a; tie Basketball Championship a
Middies take on the teams of Florida-State 8-7, then droppedto behind them when they took on with the:Griffins of FAW-11, both 15-1 win-loss record while the
acksonville University Clemson Clemson 17-4. local powerhouses.Local who have a 15 and 5 record and AO Navy squad, NATTU IM
and Florida State University, In The Middle nine met Jackson- teams, having had more also placed them only one game Champions, have a 11-5 season--
time to practice due to excellent behind the league leading Owl Hootsof record.
weather and also with the additionof VP-30. The NATTU cage crown was
All-Navy tennis champ Lt. The Luckey' Seven team jumpedout decided last Monday night when
Richard T. Gaskill to their roster in front winning' the first and AO Navy downed MAD-5, 62''to
Service handily defeated the out-of shape second matches of the four game 60 In their second meeting of
t- Middies. series by rolling games of 729 the finals.
In a game at Gainsville last to 687 and 798 to 745. AO Navy won the final game
'(SI Friday, the University of Florida The Neptunes came bouncing after Gary Theis dropped the last
defeated Navy 7-2. This followed back In the third game winningIt bucket Into the basket with only
\ Saturday by a 9-0 Presbyterian. by the score of 832 to 776 after three seconds remaining In the
On Sunday, Boone Park, with a Ray Meier bowled the high gameof game to make the score 61 to 60.
\ combined team sparked by Navy- the night, a 220. Then after the final buzzer rang,
| EV 7-64821 champ Lieutenant Gaskill,knockedoff But In the third game the Luckey a technical foul was called on
the Middies 6-2. Seven pinmen gained enough pointsto MAD-5,which James Holland,team
sweep the total pin game 2303 to captain of the AO team sank to
COASTAL AUTOMOTIVE"YOUR Freeman Wins 2264. make It 62 to 60.
Bill Gowan lead the Luckey Seven
team, bowling a 598 high set mark
Service Centers
CAR DESERVES THE BEST!
for the night only 16 pins shortof PenclergrasShoots
NAVY PERSONNEL WELCOME! Pool TourneyWilliam the record with games *of 187,
204 and 207.Following. j
J. E. Baker 6073 Roosevelt Blvd. Jax, Fla. Freeman of NATTU are the top flvdteams, Down

MAD AOA School sunk the eight in each of the three Leagues of

0 o s s s. s ball Into the corner pocket to IM Bowling. 100 For 100Ken
win his seventh straight match
I COLD WAVE Phone EV 7-1111 0 and first place In the Luthern AMERICAN LEAGUE
Service Center's Pool Tourna- Team Wins Losses Pendergras of the ax--
I A I ment in Jacksonville March 16. Chiefs 18 6 Navy Skeet Team shot 100 for
$ Some 30 servicemen from Cecil Cannon Cockers 18 10 100 targets to win the 20 gauge
95 Field, Mayport and NAS Jax Bowleros 15 9 skeet championship at the Mid-
44r t1Y : gathered at the Luthern Service Falcons 10 6 South Open Skeet Tournament held
Center to compete In the eight Playboys 12 8 last weekend at Winter Haven, Fla.
ball pool tourney.Six LEAGUE The weekend before,Pendergras
anda half hours later, Free- CONTINENTAL traveled to the West Palm Beach
I Complete with f :" I man took the top pool shark hon- Team Wins Losses Skeet Tournament where he won the
Styled Setting ors after defeating Tim Piazzaof Hornets 201/2 71/5.! 20 gauge AA class, shooting 99
I and Hair Cut ; I VF-174, Cecil Field In the Flash Bombs 20 8 out of a hundred clay pigeons
Phone EV 7-1111 finals by downing him In the first Confidentials 18 10 down. In the West Palm Beachhe
two matches of the three games. ComFairJax 17 11 also won the class AA All
I I ((1)I) Bernard's made a special purchase at the beauty show ana we I The defeats came when he left Coursors 14 10 Gauge match when he shot down
want to share it with you. Piazza with six balls on the 100 straight.The .
I I ((2)) Bernard's wants 1 you to see the most beautiful new salon in the II table and again when Piazza hit NATIONAL LEAGUE Jax Navy Skeet Team will
I Edgewood-Normandy the cue ball off the table. Team Wins Losses meet this Sunday at the local
I ((3)) Bernard's wants you to meet our 5 stylists everyday from 8 A.M. Ito Piazza gained second place hon- Owl Hoots 16 4 gun club for practice shooting and
I 9 P.M. ors earlier In the tourney when Luckey Seven 15 5 training for the, Florida StateChampionship's
he defeated Felix Ruiz of VAP- Griffins 15 5 which are going tc
1 ((4)) This coupon is void after Thursday, April 4thBERNARD'S II
62, In a playoff after they both VU-10 17 11 be held on April 19,20 and 21 at
were tied with no losses. Ruiz NARTU 13 11 West Palm Beach.
Hair Styling II lost out when he came to a dif-
ficult shot and miss cued In the
5452 Normandy Blvd. EV 7.1111 I final shot of the game. Ruiz took

s s third place with a four and two
record.AIR .

BASE

MOTORS j.I1C.: .


New and Used Cars


All Salesmen U.S.N. Retired

,..P1.. ...2.4"....
La
/.11 Rd.7.1

Before you buy any new or used car --

i

SEE US FIRST .



More than 100 car inventory to choose from


Financing arranged for you


PHONE 384-5575 .
Mill r OlrwH. <
L.* ferric.C..W,r*
Ik. IM fix..r w.P..I..... Tr.kr MwiiiiMR

6435 Roosevelt Boulevard Jacksonville 10, Florida





...l.



I < -I



28 MARCH 1963
NEWS
JAX AIR
__ 10 I


Sub Services



Needs



Qualified MenThe

Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS .4724. Clyde Drive,
Jacksonville 8. Florida, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publI-
Increasing i for quali lied cation the following Thursday.Ad*arriving too fate for this deadline
submariners Is rapidly becomingmore will be published the following week un I. i s'the publisher ii In.
evident says the NAS CI&E ttructed otberwUe. A check or money order for the full coat of the
ad mutt b. received WITH the copy for the od. Dp NOT SEND CASH.
a.a... Cffice, as an average of over 200
new submarine billets are created i

every month with the constructionof RATE: ,Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . $1.00

new Silent Service boats. Per additional line ((4 word'per line) .35

Ratings needed to fill these requirements -
fall Into three --

categories: Nuclear Power FOR RENTHerschell Street 4 ROOM Furnished Apartment- j

COIN1 FISHIN'-Horace,'Milton,Chaney ADC takes a ride in his Training; Polaris Weapons System 3859. 4 tins and bath, porch,yard, 1 bedroom'water furnished fencedIn

fishing boat, and use='the fishing rod his fellow chiefs of VP-18 Training.; and Basic Submarine garage, clean. EV 7-1950. private yard. Lake Shore area,

presented to him upon his retirement. (Official U.S. Navy Photo) Training.Men $55.00 Phone 388-7787.
eligible for Nuclear Power
Training Included MM EN, EM FOR RENTLake Shore furnished
VP-18 Chief Is Sailor and IC ratings. These,men must apartment small, newly painted, FOR SALE Lovely -Bdrm

be eligible for both submarine all utilities furnished. $50 month, house kitchen with eating space

training and nuclear power trainingin EV 9-4275. range and refinished hardwood
and Through floors. No
Through accordance with Chapters 10 closing or qual. $300
FOR RENT- bdrm. Duplex Apt. cash. EV 4-7292.
and 11 of the enlisted Transfer ,
Horace M. Chaney, former chief over the side aboard his small, Manual Many of the men in new. Kitchen' equipped. $85.00 per
aviation machinist's mate of(Patrol run-about fishing boat, afterwhich these nuclear power source ratingswill month. 5307 Eulace Road. FOR SALE- bedroom 2, bath

Squadron 18 here at NAS Jax, isa he took fly rod and reel In hand be ordered to Nuclear SP 1-7280. home on Southside. $250 down

sailor through and through. and casually sailed down the St. Power Training first. Upon Including closing. 7333172.JAN'S .

Last week, after completing 21 Johns River Into retirement. successful completion, eligible FOR RENT Furnished cottage

years with the Navy, he was piped Says Chaney of his two decadesof submarine volunteers will continue electric kitchen, $55.00 month, SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL -

military service "It sure went on to submarine training and duty. utilities Included. 4158 ShirleyAve. DANCING. Ballet, Tap, Jazz
those first 10 ., EV 7-5789. Hawaiian, Baton Exercise. Call
Flying Club's fast after getting For Polaris training men of MT,
EV 4-3055
SP 1-5464
years In." He went on to say that FT, ET, and TM ratings are or
his tour was a pleasant and needed. These men will attend FOR RENTFurnished 2-Bdrm
1963 OLDSMOBILES- F-85
T-34 Almost enjoyable time In his life and would Submarine School first and Polaris House near NAS and Cecil Field. ;
recommend the to all $50 month. SP 1-1677 Cutlass; Jetfire; Dynamic and
Navy young Schools later
Weapons System
88's Starfires
Super
; ; Ninety-
To GoWork men.
Ready
possibly after a period of sea dutyin
A native of Daytona Beach, Fla., submarines.The FOR RENT- Large comfortableroom. Eight. PHIL HACHER ADRC-Ret.
Is the retired Chief his wife located 2503 DOWNTOWN OLDS COMPANY at
,
nearly completed on the Navy third Basic Conveniently ,
Training,
group
Navy Jax Flying Club's T-34, a Gen and five children, will live Includes the following ratings:QM, Dellwood Avenue $8.00 per week. First and Main. EL 4-4545 or
club spokesman said this week. in Jacksonville where he will be Phone EV 7-567L EV 9-5046.
SO, RM, YN, SK, CS, and HM.
The T-34 was obtained from the employed with the Grolier
All previous applicants who have REAL ESTATE: Thinking, buy,
Navy and required painting and Teaching Aids Co. been on waiting lists have now been FOR RENT-Large3-Bdrm.House. selling or Just asking advice call

modification to meet FAA require- ordered to school. Range and refrig. $85 month. 6542 Walter Bowen (AEC-Ret.) at Mil-
ments. The al rcra(t will be pal nted 16 Burgundy. EV 4-7292.
white NAS CPOs There Is currently a shortageof ler Gaskin Inc. 388-4603 or 771-
trimmed with day-glow, and submariners in all of the 3939 evenings.
will bear the registration number (Continued From Page 1)) aforementioned ratings except for FOR RENTHouse.. 5344 Holly-
N4844C. Members Involved in crest. 3 bedroom, one air-cond.,
hospitalmen. Basic training application -
the modification and repair are July 16 will be CPO day forJ. Kitchen equipped near school and HOMES AND
are also urgently needed BLDG. LOTS-3 Bd.
laboring long and hard to make N. Peterson, ADRCA andJ. NAS. $85 month. Will Lease.
from SA/AN. FASNandTATNs.Seamen rm. ,CBS. FHA at $9,300 (offer).
the aircraft for club T. Rooks ATCA. 8-1505 5-5474.
ready use. EV or EL 13/4
and fireman Approx.
will have the acre bldg lots. Call
The Club Is hours
two
offering opportunity to strike for any of the Bowen, Miller Gaskin, Inc., 388-
free flight time to anyone who Then on September 16 the following FOR RENT3615 Oak St.3 Bed- 4603
submarine ratings for which they or 771-3939 eves.
submits the winning design for the men will be advanced: are found eligible.All room, 2 bath house, living room

Flying Club's official Insignia. If W. J. Hart, ACCA; J. T. Roberts, applications for Initial sub- den, dining room, equipt kitchen,

the winning design Is submittedby II, CSCA: D. E. Schneider, HMCA; marine training should be garage, storage. Newly decorated, WANTED: Child Care In my home.

a person other than a club and E. D. Suarez, AMSCA.B. submitted in accordance with hot air heat, attic fan. ConvenientNAS. One or two children. Near NAS

member they will receive a free EV 7-7279. In Westwood. Ph. 771-5192.
Chapter 10 of the Enlisted Transfer
two hour flight. A Club member B. Roberts will be
promotedto Manual, using NavPers Form 1339.
will receive two hours stick time.
ADRCA on November 16. Further guidance in applying for
All entries will be submitted to
training in either of the three
Herb Cring AEC, VA-45, Ext. January 16, 1964 will see these programs of submarine duty can

8586 or Clifford Barnes, ATCS, new chiefs: W. H. Berry, HMCA; be obtained from the Career Information Yes, We're GoingTOGETHER

VP-5, Ext. 8635. K. L., Bryan, ATCA; C. H. Hampton and Education Office,
Plans are In the works fora AECA; N. Lance, SKCA andR. Bldg. 995.

clubhouse to be located at H. Parks, AECA.
Her long Field. This clubhouse will j

be constructed by the club mem-

bers in their off duty hours, and YOUR FRIENDLY This Time!

will be utilized forground training,

meetings, and other club functions.It .
I WON'T HAVE TO STAY BEHINDTO
is hoped construction can com- Bowl-0-Matic
mence in the not too distant future. "SELL THE HOUSE".


Bland ing Boulevard at Cedar Creek Bridge IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH PEOPLE WHO KNOW YOUR

Phone EV 4-6221 or EV 7-3569 PROBLEMS..THERE'S NO MOVING RESTRICTION
WHEN YOU DEAL WITH

NOW OPEN ALL NIGHT!


RI E IN THEATRE Leagues Now Being Organized for Everyone

M/xeJDoub// / .Ladies/ Handicap/ Ladies Scratch
I
CARLOAD
Men's HonJ/coptMen's/ Scratch Ladlts/ Coffee Leagues

Including Free Wed. .
Bantams Juniors Seniors
Movies ((with pass)

-- THIS COUPON GOOD FOR ONE _.
See The Best For Lest ,

See Daily Papers For I I FREE GAME :,' I OF JAX W DIRECT OUTLET


ProgramsEat I I with one paid game, Limit one I "SPECIAL MILITARY DEALS

The Best Pizza I I per person. Void July J, 1963. IN HOMES ON WHEELS"
This Side of Rome I
NAME---------------
Free lox Popcorn 1 ADDRESS-------------:::::: I CWO-USN JIM BREEZE Ret. DAN DuPREE

I PHONE NO. USN Ret.
----------------
Our
Bring Ad To
- -- -- "" -
d Concession Stand ARE YOU INTERESTED IN JOINING, A LEAGUE? YES.:NO.: 3958 PHILLIPS IWAY PHONE 3597121I





r IPAGE



.- -- --
-" -


3--


19 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 11 I



MCA Camp Offers Up The LadderThe e


following 19 NAS Jax civilian

'Boys A employees; were,promoted In accordance t-L'

Spmmer TreatIMMOKALEE Promotion with Program.Promoted the Station's. Merit 'c


at Overhaul and Re-
( ) Is an Indian program. Furthermore, YMCA. GarlandT.
pair Department were:
I term meaning permanent "camp membership is not necessary to be Alexander from Asst. Pro- .

site." It also means a)$rfect eligible to take part, '$ the large duction Controlman (Aircraft Me- H':
way to spend a summer vacation. variety of( activities, available
r
chanic Motor to Production
( ) ),
Situated on the North shore of which are under the.supervision Controlman Aircraft Mechanic
(
Lake Brooklyn, one of.the dozensof of men experienced In craft youth
(Motor) ); Bernard L. Allen,
lakes in the North-Central sec- work and camping.
Stanley J. Flinchpaugh. LaVerne
tion of Florida, is Immokalee, a What Does the Camp Have to W. Karpf and Thomas E. Woodham :

special camp for specialpeople.... Offer? Spacious cabins house 140 from Helper Aircraft Mechanic y rX {,

|Boys.Sponsored. campers in age-group units. A (Motor) to Aircraft Engine Assembler _

by the YMCA, the large airy dining hall, recreation ; William W. Baty (from A :
I camp has been active in the lodge, modern sanitary facilities, Aircraft Cleaner to Production

I pioneering of young men's outdoor a superior Infirmary, administration Dispatcher; AbieBoger from Helper -

, activity for the past 50 YeArs.It building, craft shop, tradingpost Aircraft Mechanic to Aircraft

serves boys 8-16 years-of nature center, chapel, land Preservation Mechanic; WilliamH.
age who are In good health and sports area which ihclude archeryand Burris, Asst. Production Con- FIRST CANDY BAR-for benefit of the Navy Jax Ortega Little

able to participate in an outdoor rifle range, trail camping trglman (Electrician (Aircraft) ) League Is purchased by Capt. James R. Compton NAS Commanding

equipment, a complete water front to Production Controlman (Electrician Officer from Lt. W.G. Malzahn, Treasurer of the League. Can- ...

for swimming, rowing, canoeing, (Aircraft) ); Cecelia E. dy bars will be sold throughout the station on Friday and Saturday

sailing and advanced water skills Carver from Helper Aircraft Instrument by Little Leaguers In uniform. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron

all are there to provide a top (Mechanic to Aircraft Instrument Gardner, PH2)Natlon's)

PARTSeverything camping experience.The Worker; Lonnie R. Cox

from Production Dispatcher to
1963 season at Immokalee
Aircraft Instrument Worker; Vin- Most Popular
begins June 6 and ends August 31
automotive cent A. DiGiorgi from Asst. Plan-
with speci al periods and
8am-6pm activities! within this camping time ner and Estimator (Aircraft Me- Sailor
Visit
span. to Here
chanic (General) ) to Aircraft Ex-

aminer; Ralph D. Freeman from
"Through top leadership,
and Radio Mechanic to Electronics Me- This Nation's most popular Mainside Theater Saturday at 1500.
organization programming. ..
chanic; Julian Gray from Metal- sailor and perhaps the most There will also be a free kiddies
Capm Director Vern
says O.
Harper, "will campers not only smith (Aviation) to Inspector (Me- famous of all the worldwill Matinee at this time.

have 'the time of their lives' but tals); Charles W. Hansen from make a visit to NAS, Jax on Welch is the original voice of-

Toolroom Attendent to Machine Saturday, April 6. Popeye. He also portrays Pluto,
they are assuming painlessly and
quite unknowingly, the positive Operator; Donald H.Hodge DonaldF. This sailor Is Harry Foster Big Bad Wolfe, Jlmney Cricket,

traits of citizenship in a Mathe and James S. Williams Welch, the man with 1,000 voices. Opera Carmen and many others.
from Machine Operator to Ma- He will appear in person at the
democracy
1'' chinist; Leroy D.'Jones Jr from

If you have a son Interested In Electrical Engineer (General),

camping this summer, perhaps GS-9' to Same GS-11; and AlvinD.

convenient Camp Immokalee is the answer to Kent from Aircraft Cleanerto PUZZLE i-PAY I ITlae

credit terms "What shall I do this summer?". Aircraft Engine Assembler.Bluejackets .
PHONE
Write to Vern 0. Harper,YMCA Holt Publishing Company publisher of the lax Air News,
foreign anddomestic 388-3516 Camp Immokalee 221 Riverside i$ offering a $5.00 prize for the earliest postmarked correct answer

partsCATERING Avenue, Jacksonville 2, Florida, Inn to this week's crossword puzzle. Deadline for entries will be

for more detailed information 1200, Saturday, March 30.
TO MILITARY
PERSONNEL which may lead to a pleasurableand DohTs The winner will be announced In next week's Issue of the Air

memorable summer vacation. News

Entries must be sent direct to the Holt Publishing Company,
March 28
Thursday, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville I, Fla.
a Dining and Dancing

Complete Friday, March 29 ACROSS Parent

Dance featuring Phil Kay and the 1-Leather (colloq I ) T A 01.E G t. A c E
Coverage! 7-Hebrew RADIAL RM/ O S S
Chantels 8:0012:00 p.m. thong
a a a l-Army officer S-Man'i month R t pL/ S P
d 1 Saturday, March 30 U.Characterl.nickname N 6 P LN T !3
d AUTO LIABILITY Dance featuring Carl Boyd and tic of old ace .Norse rod rcana aa EJQOQ
d the Rhythm Kings 9:00 It-Dwelt 10Fondnena11Floats asa SB aaomnnrara
p.m. 14-Klng of
FIRE MARINE HOME OWNERS BashanISSallors In air 1 N L k
1:00 a.m. IJ.Procrastl-
p E P nan
CASUALTY LIFE Sunday, March 31 (colloq) It-Pack nation away P oaaunBB.

Dance featuring Carl Boyd and 17-DJstnnce measure U-South aa I B E HEa
Low Down Payments the Rhythm Kings 8:00-12:00 p.m. 18-Be III animal American QGQBQSB2 R ana
Easy Monthly Payments Monday, April 1 20Sum23NothlnR 21Theweetfto R D G fi E R G E B
|> I fc
Dining and Dancing 24-Harl In playMemoranda 22-Jumps
{(-
AUTO INSURANCE FOR Tuesday, April 2 28-A continent 25-Kplc 27Strlkes10Cravestone poem Aiw.r to Fnvlwa (t rral.
(abbr.)
Happy Hour 5:00 6:00 p.m. 29-Breaks 4ft.Worn away U.J>lace
MILITARY PERSONNEL suddenly 32-Wondy 41-I)epresalons> Football
plant
*
44-Iiabylonlan position
31
Dining and Dancing 33Spcck35llox 31Opulent 4-Ireland hero (abbr.)
Business: 388-3583 Home: RA 4-3249 36-Fewest 47-Turklsh 58-Compass
Conductors Burnlng regiment point
Special Club Steak, $L50 39'llanteCPrlnter's coals 49-Man'a name 60-Symbol for
BOLEN-WRIGHT 31-Male deer 52.1'allehood cerium
NC Wednesday, April 3 measure

6438 Roosevelt Boulevard Game Night 8:00 p.m. 43'ChoUe 45Withered46Arabian part :<<> I 2 3 4 S X>> 6 7 1 9 10 tM
->>; ->>::
garment 1 11 I <
MORE $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ RO-Offsprlnic 48-Urowing of out 14 .=;,.oJ',;. I 1) '16)C/;

FOR YOUR CAR!! U.I""nl SliTrade money" (. for II 19 :....:.,.; 20 :za 22 ';'X"r 23

Blender Huh 24 25 f..i' 26 27 ;S9 28
(pl) IV,' ...M
cD@oIJU[} SSDfelirlumtremenH 29 30 r/. 31' 32

(abbr.)
\ \11 \ 6f1.RJIfrH 3 34 :':; 35
.i ffm;:: rwlfg. 2>!Female IV'-.y": .; N;.' Q9 m
: ... 'if.1f!
.
"'W':':':':"';'' .: :.;:::::::.: ;: relatives 36 37 38 V./. 39 40 "I
DEIH I ;;;. ;:.:::;:: Cl.J'rIJlonKe,1 attempt togasxexsion r:

42 fa; 43 44 Vh''' 4S62i'erftrmed I

46 47 rn.1 49 -: 30 I
DOWN
1.Multltude" )2 n 34 55
Chevrolet 2Prlnter'
measure 56 U )1 ljjo-)9 60
3-Klver Island ;.:

4.Narrrlw.board flat IJ 6'' / 62 <<
z.=- 0:<-:
924 LAURA AT ORANGE 5.L.ong-legged
DOWNTOWN bird J Dwtr. by I'mted' Future bjrndicate: Inc.: 21
344-4621
PHONE Far UM Is Astk rla4 Pat sre oily


. . .
.,: !o ti .. .. .. . .a--.a. w .1" 47.T ''M .a.' "'......J. J _- '- 1



-=" : C
......_ _.

r -' RNm' --l


PAGE 12 lAX 28 MARCH 1963


Navy Dental I Officers A/C Maint. acqbaint quality control personnel That's Wonderful

from all NAS tenant activities and Commenting on the promises
the O&R Department with the latest made by Khrushchev at the 22nd
I .. Host Jax Dental Society Holds safety and maintenance procedures Party Congress, Ivanov said tohis
in far inspection friend Petrov
- -- -- - so as goes. :
r Each year the Navy Dental Captain J. V.Westerman,Dental The meeting was an unlimited "Isn't it wonderful Comrade,
Officers of the northeast, Florida Officer, NAS, Jacksonville and SeminarThe success reported Lieutenant Com- the government Is planning to
.j' present the professional programat Staff Dental Officer, Commander mander Stuart Strauss, Quality provide every loyal Party mem-
the March meeting of the Naval Air Base Sixth Naval Control Officer of the Aircraft ber with his own private helicopter. -
Jacksonville Dental Society. This District presented the guest Quality Control Divisionof Maintenance Department.It ."
year, the meeting was held at the speaker Captain Jerome C. the NAS Aircraft Maintenance is planned to hold quarterly "Fine," said Petrov, "but what
Green Turtle Restaurant on March Stoopack, DC, who discussed"The Department conducted a one day seminars in the future witha will we use them for?"
20 at 6:30 pun.Navy. Complete Oral Examination". seminar on Wednesday March 20. different activity acting as host "To get to Moscow to stand in
Capt. Stoopack is a diplomate of the The seminar was designed to each time. line for shoes," Ivanov answered.

Wives American Board of OralSurgeons,
a member of the American Society
i' of Dental Sergeons, the American
Corner Academy of Oral Pathology, the . <<<< .
American Dental Society at
) Navy Wives Club lax #86 held Anesthesiology, the American Opens
their Social and Educational meet- Dental Association, and Is
ing last Wednesday at the club- presently the Chief of Dental TOMORROW
house In Dewey Park. MesdamesE. Service at the U.S. Naval Hospital .. M z
Shiffer Jessie Jones, Walter here. Friday, March 29 .
Henry, Charles Smoote Gary Tyles Helpful professional hints were
and L. Rabyk were Introduced as presented by the Navy Dental Officers -
with emphasis on "Dental
guests.
Social and Educational Chair- Materials" by Lieutenant Russell
man, Mrs.William Krause,showed Corio and "Conservatism in Class .
movies taken of Installation cere- II Amalgam Preparations" by
FREE
Lieutenant Commander Gordon E. !
monies held In January, at the .
Robert Meyer Hotel.A King.
demonstration on makeupand Hostesses for this meeting were:
hair styling was given by Mesdames Carol Brennan, Maria
Mrs. Sybil Connor, operator of Bennett and Virginia Bay. JACKSONVILLE MOBILE HOME DEALERS SHOW
the Jet Beauty Shop on Roosevelt The monthly social for mem-
Blvd. Mrs. Connor used the fol- bers and guests was held March MOBILE HOMES SHOW
lowing members as models: Mrs. 23 at the clubhouse in Dewey Park.
Stanly Cotrltt, showing a very Mrs. Eugene Forest and Mrs. W. .
short hair styling; Mrs. Paul Wagner were in charge of this AT
Jones, displaying a medium length affair.
hair-do and Mrs. Kendajl Kernsin The next club luncheon takes
a very elegant evening styling. place on March 28 at 12:30 p.m. PHILIPS HIWAY PLAZAU.S.
Mrs. Connor terminated her de- in Dewey Park. This luncheonis
monstration with helpful hints for
the ladies who want to be well a special 30 Cuban occasion honoringsome NO. 1 SOUTH AT EMERSON ROAD
women now residing -
groomed at all times. In Jacksonville. TOMORROW AND SATURDAY 1 PM TO 9 PM

PM TO 6 PM
BEAUTY BULLETINE FROM THE SUNDAY

I LOOKING GLASS STYLISTSMR.


MISS MR.
RICK MARGIE.WILLIAMS.
BRING YOU THE NEWEST IN HAIR STYLES.For .

Spring and Summer
From The Fashion CentersOf
The World. .
f FOR 6l//
DISCRIMINATEWOMEN
$15.00PERMANENT

For

$$750 WITH .. t

,, THIS

CERTIFICATE . .

b y, .

New Industry Standards .

.
ruMQitiSee .
the new models! Complete : ca :

1954 BLANDING BOULEVARD PH. 389.6617 modem homes and travel trailers! it 1 :

.

MAKING A MOVE? These new mobile homes-with .. o .

Rent A complete furnishings and appliances : :

NEW FORD Truck jJ for every room-are just right for in- : :

VANS 1 dustrial workers and military men
STAKES .
PICK.UPS who want to keep their families together .

LIFT GATES for retired couples I and young Mobile homes on display at the .
PANELS show will all bear this NEW
marrieds. The light-weight travel : seal of approved industry stand :
Move Yourself
3U/0 CAt/ SPECIALLONGDISTANCE) trailers are great for weekend andvacation : ards for electrical, heating and .
And Save Up To plumbing systems. .
fun.
RATES : FREE ADMISSION :

. . . . .
311 W. STATE ST.
EL 3.Bbe4
L R qL Presented by your local dealers In cooperation with
110 JULIA ST. .
EL 37475 ........ the Mobile Homes Manufacturers Association

y I



.
-- --
-
--- --