Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 4, 1962
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Published by the Holt Publishing Compony, a private: firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher,and writers herein are their own and not to b. considered an official expression of any military deportment.
The appearance of advertisements In this does not constitute on endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

VAP-62's Helmuth Receives

j SecNav Commendation AwardA

Senior Chief Aviation Storekeeper of Heavy Photographic Squadron-Sixty Two has received the
Navy's eleventh highest decoration, "The Secretary of the Navy Commendation for Achievement Award".
This is the second such award made to a VAP-62 man during the past year. The chief Is William J.

'i" Helmuth, squadron Supply Department Supervisor.He .
z rt was presented the awardon
-, Tuesday, March 26 by VAP-62 and Auxiliary Store. He zealously outstanding in all respects. It
Commanding Officer, Commander produces results remarkable was further stated that he has
Robert F. Roemer on behalf of superior to those of most of his inspired his fellow workers to
lJ the Secretary of the Navy, FredE. peers, It was pointed out. Ac- above average practices. His
Korth. cording to Cdr. Roemer, the chiefis uniform Is always impeccable and
The Commendation reads in a superior storekeeper and his pride in wearing It lend creditto
part : "During the period leader and has proved to be his actions.

January 6, 1959 to December 1,
t 1962, while serving with Heavy .t

Photographic Squadron Sixty-Two,
were offered to Earnest Sutton, SD2 by Cdr. Helmouth, as Administrative
Walter J. Schub, NAS Executive Officer at Personnel Inspectionlast Assistant in the Supply Depart-
Friday. Sutton was commended for his performance of dutyas ment, achieved a high degree of
Senior Shore Patrol Petty Officer on the Ashley Beat Patrol in administrative efficiency throughhis
Jacksonville for the past 17 months. (Official U. S. Navy Photo outstanding professional com
by Ron Gardner, PH2)). petence and superior leadership.
Voluntarily devoting much of his
free time in attaining this achieve-

Shore Patrol Petty Officer ment, he contributed in large
measure to the success of his
department In receiving a grade
'outstanding' during the Annual
Praised For Performance Administrative and Material
Inspections conducted by the t ,
Mae administrative commander In 1960, ,
By Spencer, J01
1961 and 1962.
A Senior Shore Patror Petty Officer has been commended for his out- As theSupply Department Supervisor -
standing performance of duty on the Ashley Beat Patrol in Jackson- Chief Helmuth personally -r
ville. Earnest Sutton SD2, was presented the Letter of Commendationat reviews all incoming and outgoing
held last in the of
Personnel Inspection Friday presense some
work, and coordinates and directsall
Commander Walter J. Schub NAS Executive
1500 Navy personnel. ,
operations of the Supply Office
Officer made the presentation and added his own words of praise.

The commendation, which was Marine Sgt. Is NATTU
signed by Captain James R. Comp-
NAS Officer THIS IS A proud moment for William J. Helmuth, AKCS of VAP-62'
read: "On the occasion of your "School Ma;;ter" Winner as his Commanding Officer, Cdr. Robert F. Roemer, pins on the
detachment, I take great pleasurein "Secretary of the Navy Commendation for Achievement Award",
commending you for your out- By GySgt. Wes Ward, USMC This is the second such award to be presented to a squadron man
standing performance while attached Marine Sergeant Donald P. Mi ler edged out three other Marines this past year. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by VAP-62)).
to Shore Patrol, Jackson- and a Navy Chief to be namedIn "NATTU Instructor of the Year"He
ville. For the pa'st seventeen competition hRre last week. will represent the Naval Airs Little League Opens Sat.
months as Senior Shore Patrol Technical Training Unit at Memphi this week for the School Master -
Petty Officer in charge of Ashley
of the year. The Navy Jax Ortega Little lea- Saturday at the Air Station's Blue
Patrol In Jacksonville
Beat ,
Miller, an Instructor in AE-A gue baseball season will open this Angel Park.
Florida, you have been a leader school for the past two years is Rear
AdmiralJosephM. Carson,
and a credit to your fellow man. of both the Aviation
a graduate Com Fairfax and Naval Air Bases
Electrician's "A" and "B" Sixth N. D. is slated to throw
You have made recommendations, Schools. George Mosier, AEC r out the first ball to officiallyget
always with the one object in view, was barely edged out by Millerin things underway.Gala .
to better the conditions on the the finals. The lone Navy ceremonies are planned for
Ashley Beat for unlisted military man represented AE-B School. the ocassion,beginning at 1:30 p.m.
personnel ,on liberty. By your GySgt. E. L. Stewart took third Ii- Commander John J. Reardon,
tactful and cooperative approachto place and represented AO-B NAS Catholic Chaplain will give
matters both military school. W. E. Zeiger and
concerning Sgts the invocation. Following this the
and civilian personnel you Paul Vess represented AO-A and r NATTU Drill Team and the Com-
have substantially increased the Mechanical Fundamentals School FairJax Band will perform.
understanding and working rela- respectively In the finals. Guest speaker for the day will
tions between the military and The five finalist competed with .. \ be Dale Carson, Duval my
civilian personnel in the Jackson- instructors in their own schoolto Sheriff. [
ville Area. decide who should represent the Presentation oj M l Oyear's
school In the NATTU finals. The )i Senjw r\'
to the judges for the fmalist: were Comm- ) will take'ftl>3 apbls", \fitealso.Matt .
Your contributions have anders J. O. Weimer,R. D. Kunkle, t Coy S\Cfttnnel 12 will
Jacksonville Shore' Patrol W. J. Tutwiler T. N. Thompsonand ...., / act at MasA of Ceremonies for
been of inestimable value to J. E. Kurtwright of the the day.
States and reflect II ,...1 .. ..
United Navy Instructors Training Course. .. t r e a The doubleheader will begin at
great credit upon" yourself and- Each contestant was required to NATTU SCHOOL MASTER OF YEAR Sgt. Donald P. Miller is 2:30 p.m. when the Foremost Dairy
the Naval Service. give a 15 minute presentation on presented a silver cup and the title of "School Master of the team mets the Jacksonville Frosted _
and subject of their choice relatedto
Officer of Foods nine. In the second game,
Allen NATTU.in
their Year" by Captain H. D. Commanding
Sutton has been transferred to particular fields of work. Suddath Movers with the
the USS Taconic AGC-17, home- This was followed by a five mln- Memphis this week in competition with six other commands. boys from Coca Cola.XKii tangle.
port at Norfolk, Va. (Continued On Page 5)) (Official U. S. Navy Photo).



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.... PAGE 2 JAX AIR NEWS .' i 1963

__ Station Traffic

:';r ., -" XR NE.'Ws.,
Violation RecordThe 'JA' ,
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.' s 1R following Is a report of
motor vehicle accidents and traf-

fic violations for the period March3L The SAX,AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
9 i la,z 4 published each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,

NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
Week, March 25 through private firm. All copy submitted for use In the TAX AIR
? March 31.7 NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,

; Total Accidents this year Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before
through March 31 1963.86 publication. 'News Items are welcomed from all sources-,
Number of Accidents during Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8164.
March 1962.. Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
f SINCE concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing
LAST INJURY IN MOTOR Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida.

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VOL. 21 NO. 4 4 APRIL 1963

Reckless Driving.-! .2

Going through Stop Sign.2
Other Vlolatlons..43 SEAPOWERIn

Thirty-eight drivers appeared
before the Traffic Hearing Boardat
THE NEW WEEKLY pay plan for Navymen In the Jacksonvillearea the meeting held on April 1. these days the United StatesIs 'freedom Is precious too"precious

got off to a big start last Friday and as is befitting the first Disposition of cases Include the confronted with many problems. to them and to us, fully as well.
check went to the number one Navy man Rear Admiral Joseph M. following: nine lost driving and We are the leaders of the world. Should any of them lose their

Carton, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville and Commander Naval parking privileges aboard station Because of this we have the freedom, should they fall prey to

Air Base, Sixth N. D. Above Lt. Bernard Buscher, OinC, Navy for various periods; seven were greatest responsibility of any communism, their strengths would
Finance Office, presents the Admiral his check. Under the new assigned an eight hour courseIn nation in the free world. It is be absorbed by those who would

plan the Navymen in the area will receive checks every other Fri. driving Instructions; 17 got very important that the citizensof destroy the liberty of all men.
suspended penalties; eight were the United States understand The strengths of these free men
the base.
with the civilian
alternating paydays employees on
given warnings; four were these problems and understand the are not always great; often they
The plan went into effect after tests throughout the Navy proved dismissed and five were referredto dangers with which the United are small. Yet these strengths,

that the new pay plan is an overwhelming favorite throughout the commanding officers for States Is confronted, so that our these free people, stand with us
Navy. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)). possible disciplinary action. government and our citizens can They are on our side.It .

PASSING ON HILLSOR overcome these dangers. It Is Is our responsibility to them,
CURVES Important that all people under- to ourselves, and to coming generations
Don't pass on hills or curvesor stand these things, even those to see that these free
NAS Chaplains Announce If you don't have ample dis- people who believe that it is not people hold onto their freedom.
tance to complete the passing their problem that somebodyelse It Is oar responsibility togivethem
maneuver. Remember, you are will take care of it. We an example, to give the entire
usurping the lane used by oncomingcars are a nation in which the governed world an example, by the way we
Schedule For Holy WeekThe and must vacate It as quicklyas determine how we will begovered.The five our lives, by the way we stand
citizens of the United States beliefs the we
possible or else cause a up to our by way
severe wreck. If you are driving really determine, as In no other work, the way we do our jobs.
schedule for Holy Week followed by the Liturgy of Good 50 miles per hour and are passinga nation on the face of the earth, We must give free man every
Services has been announced by Friday at 3:00 p.m. car traveling 40 miles per hour, what our government will do and where an example that will make
the NAS Chaplains.The Easter Blessing will be giver your car will travel 1,200 feet what we as a nation stand for. them want to stay on our side
Maundy Thursday Observ- at 7:00 p.m. on Holy Saturday. before you can complete the The people of this country deter- on the side of liberty and justice.We .

ance of the Lord's Last Supper Confessions will be hear from passing maneuver. And you must mine our principles. The nationsof must give them an exampleof
will be held at 7:00 p.m. on April 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. remember, it Is much harder to the world judge the United courage, integrity and strength.
U, In All Saints ChapeL Easter Sunday Mass at the Naval judge distances at night when you States by its people because they In many areas the ships and men
.. The following day, Good Friday Hospital Is 6:30 a.m.; St. Edwards can't see the approaching car but know, even though we sometimes of the United States Navy supply
observances are planned. Area Chapel 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. can only see headlights. Always forget that our constitution is real that strength. And In very many
In allow ample margin for and is the document by which we
Chaplains willpartlclapte bring safety. of these areas, the visible strength
ing the "The Seven Last Wordsof live.An of the United States Is the dif
Christ from the Cross." aggressive, relentless, ference between freedom and
Holy week will be climaxed withan unscrupulous force Is at work In
C 0 0 0Q the world. It has shown Its face slavery.
Easter Sunrise Service on April Roaming the free oceans of the
14 at 6:00 a.m. The Service will unmasked In Korea, In Hungary, world, alert, moving, ready for
be held at NAS Hanger 117, directly Laos, Vietnam, atop the wall In clear evidenceof
action, our Navy
West of the terminal. Q 0 Berlin and on an Island only a few the strength and power of the
The Reverend Paul L. Harts- miles from our shores. The of the
United States a symbol
field, President of the Jackson- forces of communism are equally firm resolution, the united deter
ville Ministerial Alliance will be adept when hidden among shouting,
mination of all free men.
the guest preacher. "fill H up!" well-organized mobs in the streets ships
Today we know we
Music will be by the Naval Air of Caracas or Leopoldville that determination
and the. to make
Station Band and AU Through militant weapons
Saints Chapel highly, vocal effective. We know we
Choir. minorities, the communists try
GAS to subvert and to the have the hard-won skills, the
Holy Communion will be dis- destroy all,
tributed at 8:30 a.m. and Divine aspirations of emerging countries. proven capabilities, and above
Worship will be 9:30 a.m. and Persistently, they try to create we know that we have the
.. 11:00 a.m. troubles and tensions for many who can get the job done.
C of our close friends and allies. And because the communis t knowthat

CATHOLIC SERVICESMass These acts, these communist our weapons, such a the

for CathoUcpersonnelw1Ube v Inspired tensions, run rampant splendid Polaris submarines,give

said Monday, Tuesday, and throughout the world. Their our nation a virtually Invunerable
challenge extends retaliatory weapons system, they
Wednesday at St. Edward's Chapel aggressively all
6:00 a.m.; Naval Hospital 12:00 across the board.In dare not start a general nuclear
and Hall "Fill It up!" meeting that challenge war. They are convinced that our
p.m. King 4:00 p.m. our will
On Wednesday, Stations' of the country stands as the leader of retaliation Is inevitable. They
Cross, Lenten Sermon and Bene- free nations, the leader of freemen not risk certain destruction. They
diction of the Blessed Sacrament everywhere. A leader always has will not commit national suicide.
will take place at 7:30 p.m. at responsibilities, often extremely And that Is the fundamental reason
St. Edward's Chapel, heavy ones. Those of the United for all the hard work, for all the
High Mass (is planned on Holy States are wide and far-ranging. training and testing, for all the
Thursday at' 5:00 p.m. at St. First and foremost is the responsibility proving and Improving, for the
Edward's Chapel. This will be to preserve our own necessarily large expenditurefor
followed by Adoration of the freedom, and pass It on to the next the national defense effort-

Blessed Sacrament from 6:00pm. .0.1 I I Ivv generation, to those fine young- Everyday, In Isolated and far
through 2:00 p.m. Friday sters many of you have at home away places, thousands of men
There will also be an Holy Hour or in school right now--too pass the present generation ate con
-. from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on on all the great blessings which stantly on the alert to protectour
you and I and all Americans from
Thursday. enjoy. heritage. Adapted
iM antUc There
Stations of the Cross will be who are others In ,this world the remarks of the Honor able Fred
held on Good Friday at 2:30 p.m., aspire to these same blessings Korth, Secretary of the Navy.
"Fill It !
up our friends and ,
allies. March2
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4 APRIL 1963

I : Planned by MARSMilitary7Ham I

iIL Radio, ContestSet :

for Armed Forces Day

Washington (AFf S- The services have Invited amateur radio opera-

tors to participate. In the Armed Forces Day Communications Tests to

'N t! be held Saturday, May 18, 1963.
The program has been expanded to Include a West Coast station for

each service In addition to the stations used here In past years. This

will allow amateurs In western

states to compete for awards they RATT broadcast will be transmitted -

have been unable to receive Inpre- at 60 words per minute and

vious years. will consist of a special Armed
f ?p Three elements make up the Forces Day Message.Information .

program. The first is a military-
on entries and
and receiving -
to-amateur transmitting
transmission times may be obtained -
test for licensed amateur
from the Armed Forces
radio This Is a cross-
Day Contest Room 5B960, the
band operations test, and contacts
Pentagon. Washington, D.C.
will consist of a brief exchangeof
locations and signal reports.No -
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CW receiving contest, the SARAMA
second phase, will be held for Inviting You
To Come In And
.. l' any person capable of copying Watch
-_ _:;;: International Morse Code at 25 I Beauty
r | In The MakingBETTY'S
"WE DIDN'T DO IT". Some 41 Navy men were packed into one cell at the Duval County Jail words per minute. The test will At
consist of Armed Forces '
last Thursday, but it was, all in fun. They hadn't done a thing except accept an invitation from a special from of spa

Sheriff Dale Carson to visit the (ail. During the course of their visit they were "thrown in the Day Defense message Robert S. McNamara.The Secretary. AIR STYLISTS

cell" just to see what it was like. The group was comprised of members of the Advisory Commit. third phase is a radiotele- 7319 LENOX AVE

tee of the CPO Club, various leading chief petty officers and commanding officers. (Official U. S. typewriter (RATT) receiving Specializing# Reasonable In Lasting Prices.Styles At

Navy Photo by W. P. Bridges, PH2-P1)). contest for any licensed amateur EV 4.6871
Individual or station that possesses -
the The ------------
41 Navymen Bored? Hobby Shop required equipment.

"Go To Jail" MayBe The AnswerAn

Bored? Looking for a way to have all materials on hand that
entourage of some 41 Navy- sharpen your creative talents are needed for the various project.

men went to jail Thursday March Last month for some2,688personsthe Many items, if not stocked may
28 but were released the sameday.It NAS Special Services Hobby be special ordered, it was stated.

all came about when membersof Shop was the answer. This might The Hobby Shop Is located in
the Advisory Board of the NAS be for 896. It Is
just true you too. Building open Monday
Chief Petty Officer's Club,leading Facilities are available to through Friday from 3:00 p.m.
chiefs of several outfits and a
pursue hobbies running the gamut to 10:00 p.m.; Saturday, 9:00 a.m.
sprinkling of commanding officers from automotive repair to to 9:00 P.m. and Sunday, 2:00
were Invited to tour the Duval ceramics, photography to radio p.m. to 9:00 p.m.MDBS.
County jail by Sheriff Dale Carson. and television repair and leather-
The group spent the noon hour
craft to model building.
.. in jail and had a complete tour Qualified instructors are
of the facilities conducted
employed to aid the novices in
Sheriff Ephrim, which included Notice
Deputy their hobby quest, and to insure
a brief lock up in one of
that safety precautions are ob-
Mutual Death Benefit
the larger cells and a meal of Employees
the served the Inmates served. Society Notices 210,211 and 212
same type to
The Hobby Shop works in close
of the institution. are issued to advise membersof
cooperation with the Navy Ex- the.death of two of its members.As .
Warden himself -
J. Heaney, retired
change Hobby Store in order to
result of the
a payments by
BMC, gave the group a talk
explaining how the Duval County Society, members will now be
jail is run and then answered quest- Epitaph: "Here lies J. Q. Jones assessed $2.50 which is now due

ions posed by the group. who dived 1,000 times from a and payable. The ten day noticeof

The Advisory group of theChiers tower 100 feet high into a bath- assessment began on April 2.
Club had been invited or tub and missed only once." Members are reminded that cash

the tour by Sherriff Carson whet payments will not be accepted. After 85 years of service it has
he was the VIP speaker at the

Club various a of few the months leading ago.chiefs Then at JET BEAUTY SALONHAIR 1 a well deserved rating !

NAS invited their CD's and the
project was on. You'll get no better service anywhere, than at
.. All hands were impressed with STYLING Household Finance. We fill the money needs of
the of the and -' + over 100,000 men in uniform. When you need
security jail were SPECIALIZED HAIR CUTTING extra cash-remember that fact.Thit .
convinced that while as thewarden
described it as "the finest air expert coloring 2 '"Ifs
conditioning cooler in town. It frosting
24 18 U 6
wasn't a good place to stay, but bleaching table shows sample 4 _,,,,,, pymn paymrs paywts
only visit. loan plant. You can bar$100 5.93 7l.9 10.07 18.48
"The jail has a dispensary, permanent row any amount up to 200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.91

galley and is almost an independent 1600 and arrange 300 17.79 21.88 30.21 55.45
city with freedom the only 500 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78
monthly payment to fit
600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80
thing lacking. said Mike Lenehen, need.
AOC, President of the CPO Mess, Ckariti art tom gated at 3% en that part of
cMuU4 monthly balances not txtttdtnt t300
"and it was quite an eyeopener". and 2% en any,,_iNJn.HOUSeNANC.

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Assists In I to PatchesLast ; .'- _ __

week whet)/:the Fleet Air Lieutenant
Wing Eleven Commanding Officers licensed
were In conference/everyone was coordinated
in attendance except Commander
Charles E. Rodgers, the Com- The
manding Officer of Patrol Squdron
husband is

Sixteen.Patron 16 was, at the time, listening to
participating In Operation Spring-
board 1963 at the Naval Station.
Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico,
over 1100 miles distant. But mere
distance Is no barrier to Cdr. ( ) -
Rodgers. By means of a "PhonePatch"
ute lecture
utilizing amateur radio from hat.
station WKP4ATQ at Utility Squad- 30 minutes a be held this
ron based Roosevelt Roads trawlers
eight at five minute ,
and W4NEK, the NAS Jacksonville The His grace,
amateur radio station, the Com- officiate.
mander conversed with Captain during the ( ) ; Jacket,
Gilbert J. Fraunnheim, Com-
mandef, FAW-11; unofficially of permitted the audience.to ; ( )

course.Personnel from VP-16 com- of training
pleted over 160 phone patches to Miller has
their wives in Jacksonville area motion to ( )
while deployed to Roosevelt Roads. was
man of the
These were made possible by chiefA. He also Work
M. Krake,President of the VU-8
Amateur Radio Club and Joe ect the Insure non-
Goetzinger, AT2 of the NAS Marine because of
Jacksonville Amateur Radio Club. training or to build :1
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I 11 VP-16 Crew Five Earns1'"Broom"'

Cuban Women, Now Jax Residents

At Operation Springboard

Feted By Navy Wives Club No. 86 Patrol Squadron. .'..Sixteen's, Lieu-- Springboard I is conducted in the

tenant Commander, "Tommy" sunny Caribbeaji{ with participating
Thompson and his Combat Air- squadrons operating out of Naval
Five proved that they are ASW Station, Roosevelt Roads, Puerto
entertained Cuban
Navy Wives Club No. 86 30 women now residingin
I Rico. The exercises
Jacksonville at their monthly luncheon held last Thursday in the experts at Operation Springboardlast competitive
Dewey Park Clubhouse. week by earning an overall flown include ,low level and radar

The Cuban women were mot at for the luncheonwere average of lOOfo'ln'! their compet- bombing, rocket firing, search
Hemming Park and escorted to the arrangements: Mrs. Dolson Spencer,'Mrs. itive exercises. The clean sweep, light procedures,special weapons
Clubhouse by Mrs. Henry J. Wilbert indicative of outstanding crew coordination deUveryproceduresandsubmar-
Bernie Smith, Mrs. Wag-
ine detection localization and
earned the proud crew ,
Club President and Mrs.
Werner, ner, Mrs. Phil Parker, and Mrs.
simulated destruction.
the right to display the traditional
Thomas J. Bennett) Chairman Anna
JonesBluejackets Patron-lffs offi-
the broom from their SP-2E "Nept- commanding
day. cer, Commander Charles E. Rod-
Little of the of
anxiety recent '
Crew Five crew members are gers gave the squadron officersand
months seem to prevail as the INNDoiN's :
Lieutenant Commander R.M. men a hearty "Well Done"for
guests helped themselves to a
bountiful buffet prepared by the Thompson, pilotLleutenant; P. F. their splendid effort displayedat
Wives. Bauer, copilot; Lieutenant H. P. Springboard 1963.
Navy The squadron, a unit of Captain
Cammett, Lieutenant F.
The women, through a mixture of
Spanish and broken English Thursday, April 4 A. Meyer, tactical evaluator; and Gilbert J. Frauenheim's Fleet AirWing
chattered amongst themselves --- Dance Featuring the Twiliters, Lieutenant Junior grade E. R, Eleven, returned to NAS
about their children --.- the main 8:00 12:00 p.m.Friday Parise, navigator; H. E.Johnston, Tax last week upon sucessful com
reason that many of them aband- April 5 ADR2, plane captain; J.R. Duffus mission.
oned their homes and possessionsto Dance Featuring the Redcoats, 8:00 ADR3, 2nd mech; L.C. Lennon, '
make a new star in this country. p.m. 12:00 a.m.Saturday. AX2; 1st Tech; E. F, Contreras, 'A westerner entered the saloon
Many of the Navy wives carried April 6 AX3, 2nd Tech; L.D. Bartz, ATN3 with his wife an six-year-old boy
photographs of their children but Dance Featuring the Megatones, radio operator; D. George, AE3, and ordered two whiskeys."
the Cuban mothers had none as 9:00: p.m.1:00 a.m. electricial and A.W. Jones, A03, "Ain't Ma drinkln'? asked the
they were forced to leave these Sunday, April 7 ordinanceman. boy.
behind along with many other Dance Featuring the Rhythm Kings,
things. 8:00 p.m.12:00: a.m. Mrs. Punjaeas

"We left everything but our Monday, April 8 .r-\
sense of humor," Mrs Yolanda Dining & Dancing
... Punjaeas said. Her husband Is Tuesday, April 9 usoNotes SERVING
now a resident at St. Vincent's Happy Hour, 5:00 6:00 p.m. SOUTHWEST
Hospital. He had to abandon a luc Wednesday, April 10
rative practice as an orthopedic Game Night 8:00 DUVAL
surgeon. Mrs. Punjaeas left "all COUNTY
my wedding presents," jewels, 2 NFO Employees WITH

silver and family heirlooms.Mrs. Receive PromotionTwo Thursday, April 4 COMPLETE '
Bennet spoke briefly In Free Dancing lessons 9:3011:00 J
Spanish welcoming the Cubans.In civilian employee promot- p.m. CONVENIENT
turn, Mrs. Punjaeas, thankedthe ions at the Navy Finance Office Friday, April 5 w;; MODERN '
Navy Wives for their hospit-! were announced this week by Music at Its BestSaturday ?' COMMERCIAL
alit). Lieutenant B.A. Buscher Officer- April 6
Navy Wives assisting in the in-Charge of the Office. Cinderella HopSunday j BANKING I "

Mrs. Iola S. Miller has been April 7 SERVICES
promoted to Supervisory Fiscal Vespers and Refreshments, Cen- ..I,
MoviesMovies Accounting Officer, GS-ll and Mrs. tral Baptist Church 5:30 p.m. I-:
Lucille P. McDowell as the Super- Movies "Hong Kong" 7:15p.m.: "
will be shown regularly visory Fiscal Accounting Assistant .Monday, April 8 Mon.'Thurx.: 9:30 AM-2:00 PM 4328
at 1900 on Monday through Satur- GS-7 of the Navy Finance Square Dance, "PaxonPrancers" Drive-in Tef/ers/ -930AM-4OOPM I BLANDING I
day; at 1400 and 1900 on Sunday, Office. Their selection by the 8:00: p.m. Frday-930! AM-8 PM All Dep .. BOULEVARDHOURS
Comptroller of the Navy was basedon Tuesday
at the Malnside and NATTU ; April 9
Theaters and at 1900 only on experience and technical comp Table games of vour choice. 771-6161
Sunday at the Hospital Theater. etence, It was stated. Wednesday, April 10 '
These times are subject to change. Bunny Hop 8:00: 11:00 p.m.
Thursday, April 4
inside-Girls Girls Girls. USAFI Offers Two Disc Jockey show 8:00 11:00p.m.

NA TTUni t--Campbells King-
dom. Jacksonville USO Club, 318 No.
Hospital--Helen Of Troy. Biology CoursesThe Ocean Street Is open Monday

Friday, April 5 through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. WESTSIDE i : ,f8AXB. ,
Malnside--Carousel United! States Armed Forces to 11:00 p.m. and Sundays from
NATTUnlt-Glrls Girls Girls. Institute (USAFI) of Madison, Wis- 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Hospital--Campbells the
Kingdom. consin announces availabilityof
Saturday, April 6 two new revised courses In .
Mainslde--Space Master X-7. High School Biology. Part one BASE
NATTUnit--Carousel. is an Introductory course In the
Hospital-Girls Girls Girls. scientific study of living things.It lVIOTOR.'S inc. .
Sunday, April 7 covers the physical chemicaland
Mainslde--Check Point.NATTUnifSpace functional basis of life. The New and Used Cars
Master X-7. relationship of living things In
Hospital--Carousel. order to maintain a balanced worldof
Monday, April I 8 living things is explained. It All Salesmen U.S.N. Retired
Mainslde--Glant Of Marathon. also covers the organization and
NATTUnit-Check Point. classification of plants and animals
Hospital--Space Master X-7. and the structure and function of Before you buy any new or used car --:-
Tuesday, April 9 the flower less and seed plantsare
Mainslde--Out Of The Clouds. studied in detail and thereIs
NATTUnit-Giant Of Marathon. an introduction to the animal SEE
Hospital"Check Point. kingdom with a study of the
Wednesday, April 10 invertebrate group.
Mainslde--Young Guns Of The second semester covers a
Texas. study of the higher animals. Major *
More than 100 car inventory to choose from
NATTUnit-Out Of The Clouds. emphasis Is given to the structure
Hospital--Giant Of Marathon. and function of the human body.
Other topic I Included in this second Financing arranged for your
Linda: Daddy, what did Noah part are disease, heredity, and
tell his sons about fishing off the the conservation of natural re-
back of the Ark? sources. PHONE 384-5575
4r.,. .... Daddy: I don't know| The above mentioned courses
Linda said will soon be available throughthe
: "Boys go easyon
the bait. I only brought_ two NAS Career Information and 643.5 Roosevelt oul.evard
worms." Education Office, Bldg. 995. --- Jacksonville 10, Flo'ridaPAGE

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4 1963 PAGE

3 Heavy Photographic Squad.-62

Master; Chiefs Receive CommissionsThree

Heavy Photographic pated in many major engagements in l94and as a member of Task
Squadron Slxty-tw6 Master Chiefs during World War H including Force t$8 testing this bomb. He
have received commissions and the "K1skaAttu"(AUeutian Islands also participated in "Operation
are now lieutenants Junior grade. in 1943)). He'also flew in OS2U High Jump" 194b-1947, in the
They ,are: Lt. (Jg Evander L. type aircraft'radioman-gunner, Antartica for which he receivedthe ;
Jackson, Lt.jg( ) VoytleV.Shackelford attached to US-49 antisubmarine, Antartica Service Ribbon. In
and Lt.jg( ) Wilfred L. Lowe. and he did spotting at this time addition he was Florida State
Lieutenant Jackson is a nativeof for the invasion''fleet. Champion "Expert Class" In Pis-
Autryvllle, N.C. He has attended Lieutenant Lowe has parti- tol competition in 1961 and attendedthe E .
the Navy Aviation Store cipated In many noted engagement; U.S. Naval Pistol Instructor's ;
keeper and Naval Leadership amphibious operations on Okinawain School. _
Schools. World War II, Bikini A"Bomb '
Lieutenant Shackelford partici



A TRIO OF FORMER Master Chiefs are sworn in as lieutenants
DO junior grade at VAP-62 by Cdr. Robert F. Roemer, Squadron Commanding *
Beauty Is Only Skill beep! Officer, with hand up-rais.d is new Lt. (jg) Evander L.
CARLOAD I Jackson while In the background are Lieutenants junior grade

Let Us Select A Stylist To Including Free Wed. Wilfred L. Lowe and Voytle V. Shackelford. (Official U. S. Navy

Arrange Your Easter FashionAt Movies (with pass) Photo by VAP-62)).
Our New Low Prices.
See The Best For Less
.. .. ... .. .. 6.95
a V I Tint ... .. . .. .. 5.00 I See Daily Papers For CPO Wives Club Installs Officers
Bleach/ d Tone . .. ..8.00 .
t'Permanent.(includes Shampoo 4 Set) Programs
Styled/ let .... . ...2.00 New officers were installed at Officers installed were: Pres-
Hair/ Cut... .. .. .... 1.50 Eat The Best Pizza the CPO Wives Club at the candlelight ident, Mrs. Marge Schlmmelman;
OPEN Evenings By Appointment/ This Side of Rome ceremony held last Saturday Secretary, Mrs. Marge Rusher;
9 To 'j evening at the Club. Treasurer, Mrs. Betty Lane;
BETTY'S HAIRSTYLISTS Free lox Popcorn r Commander Robert. W. Rad- Parlimentarlan, Mrs. Pat Cole-
cliffe Protestant actedas
Bring Ad To Our
man; ChaplatnMrs.JoAnne Disha-
lS' 7319 LENOX AVE. EV 4-6871 Concession/ Stand occasion.installing officer for the roon and Board members Mrs.

Exle Beck, Mrs. Bettye Huff, Mrs
Bernie Sternberger was proxy for
JU Players Present Mrs. Bernice Truman.
Sixty-eight members and
Play TonightSat.The feted at a buffet dinner duringthe

FORMERLY EXPENSIVE 't S Jacksonville University evening.
Players presents"The Importanceof Special guests for the ceremonywere
Being Earnest" tonight,through Commander and Mrs. WalterJ.
EARLY AMERICAN \ Gte Saturday at 8:30 p.m. Schub; "Doc" Ulmstead, CPO
fi.ll' Oscar Wilde (the author) called Club Manager and William Sey-
it a "trivial comedy for serious more, Vice President of the
c people" when it was first produced CPO Club.
: : .BAKED ON"ow in 1895. Instead of being about
<' MASTIC FIN SH of earnest,
: < the Importance being
,fI1, 4,>,4 .It its theme Is that nothing is important Two drunks were walking downa
?+, I J Js1 except one's own frothy gaiety railroad track.*
and non-importance. First drunk: "Oh, these stairsare
...... ..
..,.. :( Regular admission is $1.50, killing mer'
tI! while servicemen may attend for Second drunk: 'Aw, they don't
the special price of$1.00.Allseats bother me show mush, it's the
are reserved by calling the Univer- blasted low banisters that get me f
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4 APRIL 1963

1l VP-18 Sweeps Winners BracketTo


I }:, ,\ > 't. J.*&IiU $ Win The ComFairJax CrownThe

cagers of Patrol Squadron 18 cruised through the winners bracket of ComFairJax double elimina-
tion basketball tournament with ease, then last Friday meet a determined bunch of hoopsters from Attack
Squadron 45 and downed them in a hard fought match to become the 1963 champions.In .

the first round VP-18 received
a forfeit from VFP-62 then However, Patrol Squadron 18 was who In an informal poll was
tackeled VP-5 and scored a con- not to be denied :and In the last selected as the most valuable
vincing 65-51 victory before few minutes, led by Jim Simpson, player of the tournament and Joe
downing a team picked early In the who couldn't miss a free shot, Thomas of VP-7 who was the
tournament as one of the top teams, pulled out ahead and ended up on highest single scorer during the
HATWING L Eighteen downed the top of a 58-51 score. tournament.
Hat Wingers 60-50, before their Simpson with 23 points was high By vlrtue'of winning the tournament
match with VA-45 which ended in a man for the game with Ben Gosey VP-18 currently heads the
58-51 victory for the partoleers.The high man for the losers with 17. list of ComFairJax( unit vletng
entire tournament was In addition to Simpson's outstanding for the Admiral's Trophy which
marked with good hard basketball, play In the final game, will be awarded at the conclusionof
close scores and some fine team other noteworthly Individuals the 1963 sports calender with
and individual play with the final players were Bob Hyland VA-45 VA-45 In second place.
game a fitting climax to the weeklong

r. Attack Squadron 45 had taken the
long and hard way to get into the EV 4-6482 AIR BASE CABRadio

finals, having lost their firstgameto
HatWing then clawing their way
back through the loser's bracket,
always a grueling test In a double 24 Dispatched CabsSERVICE
elimination tournament.
Though 45 lost the finals, their Serving Duval County
earlier victory over VA-44 the $ BofhCivilian
sauadron which recently split Into and Military
two squadrons,gave VA-45 a moral
victory In this, Its first entry into HAS AREA
CHAMPS-Patrol Squadron 18's all conquering basketball team athletics since the squadron was
post for a victory shot shortly after defeating VA.45 58.51 in formed early this year. Cedar Hills Ortega Cecil Field Wettconnett

the finals of the ComFairJax Basketball tournament. Front row, The final game was close as they
until five minutes before
(L. to R.) Leon Butler; Dick Titus; J. R. Johnson, coach; Billy come the final whistle. The first half YOUR FRIENDLY

Simpson, captain; and Bill Ross. Second row, (L. to R.), Huey found the score 24-20 with VP18In

Matson, Roy Janney; Willy Chason; Rip Bergman and Chuck Fahy. the lead, but in the second half Bowl0MaticBland
(Official U. S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)). the score was tied time and again
d VA-45 scrambled to reach the

Two New Spring Sports Start SoonTwo top of the heap.Eleventh. Boulevard at Cedar Creek Bridge

Intramural Spring sport and last year's champions,Hospital Phone EV 4-6221 or EV 7-3569
seasons begin soon. They are "A" The National League Kiwanis
IM Golf which starts this coming teams are: VP-30"B"; FAETU;
Monday April 8 and IM Softballon VAP-62; ComFairJax; Hospital Leagues Now
Being Organized for Everyone
April 15.Sixteen "B"; VA-45; VP-18 and NARTU. Charity Game
teams are rostered for Twenty unit teams are now C Mixed/ Doubles/ a Ladles Handicap'Loe//// Scratch

Spring IM Golf. There will be practicing for the opening of IM Set For April 12The C Men's HanaVcopeMen's/ Scratch.Ladies/ Coffee Leagues
two leagues, the American and the Softball. Six games will be played .
Bantams Seniors
National, with eight teams In each dally. Juniors"
league. The American League There also will be two leaguesIn Eleventh Annual Kiwanis THIS COUPON
be -- GOOD FOR ONE- -
linksters will compete on Monday'sand Softball, the National and the Charity Baseball game will -I
the National on Thursdays's.The American. The American League held on April 12, at the Jackson- I FREE c
American League IM Golf teams will play on Monday and ville Suns Baseball Park. The :.

teams are: FAW-11; VP-30"A"; ; Wednesday and the National League event is an annual affair sponsored I I with one paid/ game, Limit one I
of Clubs in
five the Kiwanis
VP-7; Marines; Admin; A/CMaint teams will meet on Tuesday'sand by
Void/ July 1, 1963.
Thursday's. Duval County. All the profits will I per person. I
Phil I I lies Clash With CardsAt be given to the under privileged NAME .
Following are the teams thus --------------- -----
far signed up for the IM diamond- children of Duval County. I'ADDRESSPHONE ------------______
Jacksonville Saturday men season: Supply; Marines; This year there will be a double- I NO.ARE .--------------__ I
Jacksonville baseball fans will A/C Maint;VU-10; NARTUs;VA45AF679th header on the program startingwith - - - --
first and
be given their only ; Dispensary; FAETU;
opportunity this season to see ComFairJax; Faw-11; VAP-62; the Rochester "Red Wings".
major leaguers in action Saturdayat Hospital; Ordnance;VP-30VP-18; ; The second game will be betweenthe
1400 when the Philadelphia 0 & Ri; Crash & Fire; VP-7 Columbus Ohio "Jets" and
Phillies clash with the St. Louis and ComOffMess. our own Jacksonville "Suns". BEAUTY BULLETIN FROM THE
Cardinals at the Jacksonville The deadline for entries Tickets are on sale for half
Baseoall Park. and rosters for IM Softball is April price at Special Services Bldg. COKING GLASS STYLIST
The Phillies, who came on witha 8. 704 for $.50.
rush at the tail end of last Open Evenings
season were among the strongest
finishers in 1962. The Cards MAKING A MOVE By Appointment ,
and Phillies look to be much stronger .p
in 1963. Likewise, the Card- Rent A
inals who are hoping that a flock NEW FORD Truck 6 r dt, Toj4 8
of rookies will lift them into the
first division and possibly ,a stabat ** VANS STAKES
the pennant. PICK.UPS
Tickets tor the game are available LIFT GATES +A, / yr4e ,

at Special Services, Bldg. PANELS r."Y ..
704, Ext. 592. Prices are $2.00
for box eats, $1.60 reserve, $L25 Move Yourself 50% SPECIAL 4 o/d f
general admission and 75 cents for AndSoveUpTo LONGDISTANCERATES .' J '
bleachers. Tickets( arealsoavailable -
at the Tourist and Convention
Bureau in Hemming Park and at :
the Baseball Park on Adams St. 311 VY. STATE ST. FOR DISCRIMINATE WOMEN ,
Followers of both clubs will be CAn A/1rAL/ EL 3.8684 j\ 15.00
R PERMANENT FOR "f50 Mon. Tu... ,
interested to know that the Phillies
will occupy the first-base dugout, EL 3-7475 >
while the Cards will be inthethird i 1954 BLAHDING BOULEVARD PH.389.6617PAGE i;
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4 APRIL 1963

AO A Navy Wins Station IM Title w.

By Bob Dobbs, SA c.
1 I
The AO A Navy :cagers of NATTU became the 1962-63 All Station Intramural Basketball Championsafter

they defeated the NAS Champions, Supply; by one point during last Thursday nights' contest at
the Mainside gym. The final score was 59 to 58.
A hair raising comeback in the --

last two minutes of? the game
brought the AO A Navy team the point lead at the-end of the third BIAS Judomen
Championship triumph.In period after each teams score
the first both bobbled back and forth to end the
period, gut
teams in a defensive strongholdwith period 42 to 36. Beat ShangriLaMen
At one f In the fourth
point quarterthe
the NATTUmen leading by only
one point, eight to seven. Thenin Supplymen lead by twelve 8-4 In MatchThe
the second quarter Supply came points, but after a timeout the AO
bouncing back using a fast break A men went wild on the hardcourt, Jax Navy Judo Club defeatedthe i
offense to burst ahead by six making fast break shots and lay- Shangri-La Judo members ina
points at halftime 28 to 22. Dale ups, and stealing the ball to make challenge match which was held
their comeback. last aboard theUSS
Ventor leadthe scoring at the Thursday night
half, swishing in 15 of the Sup- With only one minute and 30 Shangri-La (CVA-38)). The Jax
plymen's 28 points. seconds to play, the score 55 to Club won the match by winning eight
Supply held in to their six 51, the NATTUmen went to work decisions and losing only fourto
sinking four foul shots and hold- the carriermen.The .
ing the Supply team scoreless. tourney was run on an
Then with only 12 seconds remaining eight man team basis. Each team
INTRODUCING in the game, NATTU's fought according to the Judo rank, M I
BETTY ANDREW Gary Thies gained possession of with the junior men first. When
Winner/ Of "THE ,
FANTASY HAIR I the ball, and made a one handed the next opponent and subsequent Li
STYLING At 1 push just above the key to put opponents, until he lost. .
his team ahead. In Supply's final Bob Thompson a white belt,
BETTY'SHAIR of the Jax team lead off
attempt to win the game, Dave by winningthe
'' first match but then In his
Hammond shot the ball only to see
STYLISTS It bounce off the rim and to hear second Richards was beaten and
the buzzer Charles also a white
7319 ring.Hammond
LENOX belt, took over and defeated two ri
SK. wvleomo you to drop in and eon lead the night's scor- LI'ij
(pult.me.with No her chara on*any for beauty and all consultation hair pro ing with 29 buckets, while James more lost.of theShangri-La men beforehe
EV 4.6871WWWWWWWwWWW Holland lead the victors with 23
points. Three of thecarrier men and two
of the Jax team were eliminatedat
this point. Then Pat Sullivan

EXCELLENT FOOD orange belt, stepped out and won s
eS\S1. four straight matches before he
G was downed. James McCarron a
BCti\9 titoy 0\"' EXPERTLY CARRY-OUT PREPARED ORDERS white belt, the fourth man of the STATION CHAMPIONSHIP GAME between AO A Navy and

C$p ,e(t\ \0 ota\ m5 .'Steak Chicken Chops team met the "Shang's" eighthman Supply was held last Thursday at the Mainside gym. The AO A
KM v..fjj Seafood.P/zro and won the final match
\t\"\tee TtitjO BANQUET Navy cagers from NATTU won the contest over the Supply men I
_.. : BEER AND eliminating all of the carrier'smen
\ \ S vGz& .\ FACILITIES to win the tourney. of NAS In the last twelve seconds of the game 59 to 58. (OfficialU.
The other four members of the S. Navy Photo by J. L. Brown PH3)! ).
: Jax Navy Judo Club who didn't

\cj\l \ CHARLIESRESTAURANT compete are: Clyde Page brown Sports NoticesPersons IM
; \\ tC\t belt; Dewey Steward, brown belt Interested in becoming BowlingFollowing

tl \)\ \ and two first degree black belts Umpires for the 1963 IM Softball
\ tcp
Robert and Wille
Etleridge Jones.
SeNee and THRIFT season may attend the Umpire's are the top five teamsin
X963 3 Clinic meeting held every Tuesday each of the three Leagues of
We CO MOTEL and Thursday's at 1630 in the IM Bowling.
.V f:) t They have so many foreign cars Athletic Directors Office, Bldg. 3.
today, It's been two years since Intramural Golf teams may pick AMERICAN LEAGUE

341 Roosevelt Boulevard CO 4.9611Orange Park anyone was hit above the knees. up schedules and rules for the Team Wins Losses

1 1J4} Miles S. of Main Gate.Open 7:00: AM to 9:00: PM Dollyw 'S coming Spring season at the Chiefs 23 9
Athletic Directors Office In Falcons 20-1/2! 11-1/2
Sam: "I got tonsilitis, followedby Bldg. 3.Tennis. Cannon Cockers 20 12
appendicitis and pneumonia. players are being sought Riggers 22 14
Then they gave me inoculations" here at NAS for the formationof Bowleros 19 13

Yes We're GoingTOGETHER Harry: "Boy, did you have a the Jax Navy Varsity Tennis CONTINENTAL LEAGUE
time. Team. Interested persons may obtain -
Sam: "I'll say. I thought I'd tryout Information by con- Team Wins Losses
never pull through that spellingtest. tacting Leon Dulin at the Athletic Hornets 21-1/2 10-1/2
." Director's Office at Ext. 585. Confidemials! 21 11
w Flash Bombs 21 11

This Time GET AMISSILE CoursersComFalrJax 20 18 12 10

"SELL THE HOUSE". Team Wins Losses
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: 4 APRIL 1963

MAD Pistol Team ,Comes

iF K pti 'hy ,J:4': { Home,!'With Four ,firsts

The Marine Aviation Detachment pistol team has returned from
three national matches at Tampa, Jacksonville Miami bringing
home four first place trophies and several individual firsts.
,, ,
..... I The team was entered in the
I;" military sharpshooter class and It
......-.1"........ AJ.1.,. 4 I' consisted of Cannery Sergeants largest match In the country being
Morr- second only .to Camp Perry. The
and C. L
: Henry Leveque
:... i I \ team modestly admits they "got
... .. ,. ison both shooting in the masters
... 'io took" but Leveque won the .45
\ ..! ,). I class, Captain William L.Shearer, rapid fire event.
: Captain John Howard GySgt Wesle)
;o and Meese. From Tampa, the team entered
Fox Sgt Harvey
; the Flamingo' in Miami and
The team met with the most
success here at the Dixie Matches brought homq ,the sharpshooter'steam
where they won three first place trophy for National Center
j i .' trophies for the .22 calibre team, Fire Match. Meese, still shooting
: and the center well won first place in the center
'..... )<' .45 calibre team
competedwith fire slow fire match. Shearer won
fire event. team
MAD PISTOL SHOOTERS AND REWARDS Members of the Marine Aviation Detachment Pistol some of the best shootersIn first in the rapid center fire con-

team proudly display their team trophies won recently at the national matches they participated in, the Southeast with 350 compet- test shooting in the marksman

Left to right are: GySgts. Henry Leveque, C. L. Morrison; SSgt. Harvey Meese, Capt. John Howard, itors entered in the shoot. class.
GySgt. Wesley Fox and Capt..William Shearer. (Official U. S. Navy Photo). The Dixie matches were the best The' team Is now preparing to
leave here April 17 for Camp Le-
for the MAD shooters in ideal
weather and on their own home jeune) N.C. where they will
29 Shooters Shoot Here '63 Edition Of ground. Meese won first in the compete In the all Marine Corps
I center fire match and took second Matches for the next five weeks.
in the .38 calibre rapid fire, The winners of this event will
Suns To Be places
At Monthly Pistol MatchSome Jax .22 time fire, .45 time and slow represent the Marine Corps at
fire events. Capt. Howard won the Camp Perry Matches. Since
Seen the center fire sharpshooter agg- the Perry Shoot follows the Le-
29 shooters from various match.The April 12 rate in this event. Leveque took jeune firings, the MAD team could
commands and activities including Marksman Class was first in the rapid fire event. very well be gone until next Oct-
a.number of civilian shooters part- divided between V. Garren of VP- The Jacksonville,defending The team and shooters ran into ober at the conclusion of the Nat-
icipated in the Jax Navy's Monthly 30 who won first place .22 match, International AAA Baseball League some tougher competition at the ional Perry Match.
Pistol Match held at the NAS Marine Capt. O'Brien of NAS Cecil Champions, who open their 1963 Mid-Winter National Championships -
Pistol Range on March 24. Field taking first place in the.45 season at home with Toronto on at Tampa which is the second
The Match got off to good start match and Marine Capt. Putrich April 16, have announced their
with Ideal shooting weather, more also of Cecil Field who won the home spring exhibition schedule.
so than In the past months when center-fire and grand aggregate After playing most of their

rain threatened. matches. spring exhibition games at their /
Virgil Placid of NAS and Don The next monthly match will be training base with the parent ServiceEV76482
Olive of Lake City, Fla. shared held on Sunday April 28. The Cleveland Indians in Tuscon,Ariz., 7s/ #
equal honors In the Masters Classas Matches are open to all civilians the Suns come home three exhibition S
Placid won both first in the Interested In shooting as well as before -
games beginning regular 1S
I center-fire contest and In thegrand service personnel. season play. T T
aggregate while Olive won first The Sun's first home exhibitionwill \
place honors in the .22 and .45 be part of a double headeron

caliber.In Sailing ClubReadying April 12. The Suns take on
the Expert Class Southerland, the Columbus Jets in the nightcap | |
from Jacksonville won first place after Toronto and Rochester clashin
awards in the center-fire and grand For the first fray. The doubleheader

aggregate. CarlUnzaofNAS, firedin begins at 6:00: p.m. COASTAL AUTOMOTIVE"YOUR
only the .22 caL match and took On April 13, manager BenGeraghty's
that first place shooting an out- take
Fourth charges on
standing score putting him in the RegattaThe Toronto in the second game ofa CAR DESERVES THE BESTI"

Masters Class. J.M. Bolick of double header, with Rochester NAVY PERSONNEL WELCOME!
NATTU swept the board with four Jax Navy Sailing Club is meeting Columbus in the first.
second places, just shy of the now getting their sail boats readyfor This twin bill starts at 6:00 p.m.. J. E. Baker 6073 Roosevelt Blvd. Jax, Fla.

winner. the fourth Trl-Club sailing On Sunday April 14, another double
The Sharpshooter Class was primarily -
Regatta which will be hosted by header is on tap with tne Suns
dominated by D. R. Crandall -
playing Rochester in the second
the Florida Yacht Club, April 7
of NAS Glynco Ga., when he
and Toronto Colum-
on the St. Johns River.A game opposing
won the center-fire.45 and grand bus In the opener. The twin bill PHONE
aggregate matches but lost to J. begins at 2:00 p.m. .
Bishop of NATTU in the .22 caL skippers meeting will start Tickets for the exhibition gamesare
the day's event off at 10:00 a.m. on sale at the NAS Special 359-5370

with three races scheduled. Services Office,Bldg 704,Ext. 593.
Duke Tennis Team The April 12th double header is a 7 Days A Week HOMES
Kiwanis sponsored affair
Any person that Is InterestedIn charity
Beats Navy-City becoming a member of the with tickets for serviceman pricedat

club may see George Sundt who 50 cents. The April 13th twin 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
Netmen 72The Is on duty from 8:00 a.m. to bill Is likewise a charity affair,
4.30 p.m. at the clubhouse whichIs sponsored by the Jaycees for 4000 PHILIPS HIGHWAY
Duke University tennis team located near the Fish Campon underprivileged children, with (U.S. t Just South of Philips Highway Plaza)
sweep a seven to two win over the St. Johns River. Sundt will tickets selling for $1 and children
the combined Navy-City netmen also Issue out checkout gear and under 12 admitted free If
during last Thursday's meetingat give Interested personnel sailing accompanied by parents. Ticketsfor WE TRADE FOR FURNITUREOR
the NAS Tennis Courts. instructions. the April 14th double-header

The Navy-City men managedto are priced a $1.25. ANYTHING OF VALUE
win two of the six singles Tickets for Suns'
-, .. ....; regular season
matches, while dropping the other ;. tHAS games will also go on sale soonat
four plus the three double con- Special Services Office.

Navy The Tennis first win Champ came Dick when Gasklll All- It1 t Officers Wives WITH THIS AD..... FREESECOND

of Cecil Field defeated Clyde
Gouldman In the first two sets, Bowling NoticeOfficers

6-2 and 9-7. Wives
bummer Bowling
Les Hester downed his opponent
League's are now being formedit
Allen McIntosh 10-8 and 6-2 to
was announced this week. All
take the second win for the Navy- interested active, retired or wid- WCARhome

City team. owed officers wives may tow signup
of the
Navy- for summer league bowling.For .
City team are: Leon Dulin; Dave further Information call
Hix; Kenn Terry and Rupert Mrs. Lois Hick-Beach at 771-0240.
I Brooke.
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4 APRIL 1963

X-rays For. Civilians "Windjammers i

Workshop" Readies

Will Start April 6 First' ProductionRehearsals

Annual chest x-rays for civilian employees of NAS Jax will begin are in their final Ads should b. molld to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyd. Drive,
Monday April 6 with Overhaul and Repair Department personnelfirst eves as "The Wind jammers Work- Joektonvlll 8, Florida to arrive not lots. than Tu.>day for publl-
on the list. shop" readies its first production, cation tKa following thwsd.y:Ads arriving too lot for Hill dadlln
Other activities and departments at work or by his family physician. "The Golden Fleece". This first will be publl h.d the following w*.k unlott. th* publi "... It In*
1ructd othrwM.( A check or mon.y ardor for the full cost of the
will be scheduled beginning April "l'ubercu1os is infectious." endeavor by the. 'Jammers will
mutt b* rcivd WITH the copy for th* ad. DO NOT SEND CASH.
22, the Industrial Medical Branch Therefore its mode of trans- be presented at the Hospital
announced. X-rays will be takenin mission is from the infected Theater at 8:30 p.m. on Thursday,
the Industrial Medical Branch son to the susceptible individual per- Friday and Saturday, April 18-20. RATEr Minimum charge ((3 lines) . $1.00
office in Building 101W in the If we can eliminate the persons Lieutenant Jim Cavanaugh of Per additional lint ((4 word*, per lint; .35
C&Rarea. with tuberculosis by finding.lsola- the Naval Hospital is the director.
According to local medical officials tion and treating them,the chancesof Stars are Lieutenant Commander
rx-ray findings not only help other persons contacting the Bill McFarland, male lead and 1963 OLDSMOBILES --. F-85; FOR SALEWaterfront lot, Pablo
find people with tuberculosis, but disease Is materially reduced", Mrs Jane Holmes, leading lady. Cutlass; Jetflre; Dynamic and Keys. 109' on dredged canal 160'
also aid in detecting early lung a medical representative! declared.A Tickets priced at $.50 are now Super 88's; Star fires j Ninety- deep, all (facilities, 550' front In-
cancer, enlarged heart, and reveal survey for diabetes will also available at Special Services or Eight. PHIL HACKER, ADRC-Ret. tercoastal Waterway. Cash or
changes in the chest cavity, be made at the same time, it was may be obtained by calling Ex- DOWNTOWN OLDS COMPANY at terms. EV 9-8047.
therefore, every adult is urged to revealed. All employees are urgedto tensions 8172 221, or EV 8-1696 First and Main. EL 4-4545 or
have a chest x-ray annually,either participate in the program. orC04-688Z EV 9-5046. FOR SALE or RENTNear NAS
The workshop little theater 6118 Commodore 3-bdrm,car-
group was formed on the station SALESMAN -. Part time now, port, fenced back yard, swimmingpool.
about six weeks ago. Full time on Retirement. Phone EV 9-8047 or CH 9-2404.
Complete Membership Is open to all hands. 398-6786 or 359-6715.
Meetings are held the third Wed- FOR RENT-Furnished house.4464
aCoverage! nesday of every month at 8:00p.m.in Collins Rd. Ph. SP 19860.JEAN'S .
a a Bldg. 804.Begins. FOR SALEOcala National Forest

4 0 AUTO LIABILITY Camp sites. $10 down, $10 month. SCHOOL OF PRO-
d Deactivation Inman Realty, 388400L'FOR FESSIONAL DANCING. Ballet,
FIRE MARINE HOME OWNERS Tap, Jazz, Hawaiian Baton, Ex-
CASUALTY LIFE The heavy cruiser USS HELENACA SALE- -bdrm bungalow. ercise. Call EV 4-3055 or
( 75)) has steamed into San Rosselle Street, FHA $250 down, SP 1-5464.
Low Down Paymtnts Diego harbor for the last time $45 month. Inman Realty, 388-4001
Easy Monthly Payments before her retirement. After more REAL ESTATE: Thinking, buying,
Representing Military Underwriters than 17 years with the U. S. FOR SALE3931 Sudbury, Cedar selling or just asking advice call
Paafic Fleet, HELENA has already Hills. 3-bdrm., 11/2 baths. Inman Walter Bowen (AEC-Ret.) at Mil-
AUTO INSURANCE FOR begun deactivation.The Realty, 388-400L ler Gaskin Inc. 388-4603 or 771-

MILITARY PERSONNELBusiness 17,000-ton HELENA carries 3939 evenings.
a crew of 1,100 men and
: 388.3583 Home: RA 4-3249 has been the flagship for Com-

mander FIRST Fleet since January Jax
Navy NRA
BOLEN-WRIGHT me 196L Replacing HELENA is

6483 Rtidsevelt Boulevard the cruiser USS SAINT PAUL
(CA 73)). Downs St. John'sAt
e .

COLD WAVE Phone EV 7- 111 /
Shooting MatchThe

$ : PARTSeverything

95': \ .. Jax NRA Juniors defeatedthe
I automotive St. John's Rifle Club on

8am-6pm Saturday, March 30 at the Small

,. Arms Range, 1956 points to 1708
points. The shooters on the vict-

I Complete with ) orious team were: Ken Law, Jr.;
Styled Setting Kathy Flores; Kevin Sullivan; r
Dottie Flores; Bob Law; Larry
1 and Hair r Cut Sullivan and Bobby Gromoll. :
The St. John's Rifle Club was
1 ((1)) Bernard's made a special purchase at the beauty show and we I -'f-'f11 ably defended by Steve Fetnor, _

'want to share it with you. Clay McRae, Buddy Carson, Mar-
1 ((2)) Bernard's wants you to see the most beautiful new salon in the ;' vin Warren and Allen Coble. _
\ Relays were fired in prone position -
Edgewood-Normandy area.I -+ .J" .
Bernard's to meet 5 stylists everyday from 8 A.M. '" with the more experienced
((3)) wants you our convenl.-: shooters also shooting from sittingand ,
to 9P.M.
kneeling positions.The .,,,.
1 ((4)) This coupon is void after Thursday, April llthBERNARD'S credit terms PHONE St. John's Club has chal- AI

lenged the Jax Juniors to .22
Hair Styling / foreign anddomestic 3883516CATERING calibre rifle rematch 10:00A.M.
parts on Saturday, April 13. PITCHERS' PROBLEM-Unfath-
ered by the new strike ti.
. 5452 Normandy Blvd. EV 7.1111 TO MILITARY various Dianne Dernath has been
getting and handling all typet of
. PERSONNEL "pltchei" at the Yankee Florida
New Class Polaris Sub training camp.

MORE * * * Commissioning Dates Set During a trip through Rumania,

FOR YOUR CAR!! Soviet Premier Khrushchev was
USS Lafayette, the first of a new
class of nuclear-powered sub- riding in a car with the Romanian
marines designed to fire the Communist Party chief. They noticed -
d@O) the devil running behind
2,5000-mile range Polaris them. The police did everythingto
;:::::: ::::?:' missile, is scheduled for com-
\ \ t..t\\ ff' missioning ceremonies at the chase took him a away.small Finally bit of paper Khrushchev -,

DEIH I L; Groton, Conn., General wrote a few lines on it and threwit
Dynamics Electric Boat Shipyardon out of the car.
April 23. Four days latera The devil picked up the note,
sister ship, USS Daniel Webster,
and after reading it, started run-
will be launched at the same ning quickly in the opposite di-
ChevroletDOWNTOWN shipyard. rection.
These events are the result of The Red chief asked: "Com-
'the Navy's accelerated submarine rade Khrushchev, what did you
924 LAURA AT ORANGE construction program aimed at write on the note?"
having a fleet of 41 Polaris sub- "Ohr nothing special," said
PHONE 344-4621 marines, each armed with. 16 Khrushchev, "only: 'This road
missiles, on station by 1967. leads to Communism.1r

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,\ Chuting Stars Have Opening For HMThe

Navy's parachute exhibitionteam to those men who are willing mand. A photograph of each applicant -

the Chuting Stars, has to undergo the rigorous trainingand is required with the ap-
announced they are now accepting hard work required by a plication. : ;

applications from Hospital Corpsmen Navy exhibition team. Previous T

to fill a recently vacated jump experience is preferred but When television first became _

spot on the team.Applicants not necessary. popular the movie Industry was

must be at least 21 Qualified personnel who would hit hard. You could call a movie .itT;

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two years shore duty and willing served with a truly great team the feature film go on?" The

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year. Charge Chuting Stars, NAS Pens* time would you like It to go on?" ,
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A golfer, on a green near the

highway, saw a funeral procession / .
passing. He took off his cap, ......:;; >, !.

PUZZLE \ {' Pif/! standing bare-headed until the :-..... ...... '..-
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last car had passed. His golfing
partner commented "That was A WELCOME SIGHT is that of a paycheck after returning from

The Holt Publishing Company, publishers of the Jax Air News, is respectful of you to show .such deployment. Here David Bwqwoi, AN receives his check from Lt.-
offering a $5.00 prize for the earliest postmarked correct answer to
this i week's crossword puzzle. Deadline for entries will be 1200, courtesy, Hank." (jg) George Deip while Jim Pope, AN, checks the pay list. The

each Saturday following publication. The winner will be announcedin "Well," returned the thoughtful men, are part of the VP-16 group that returned Saturday from Oper-
next week's issue of the Jax Air News.' Entries must be sentto golfer. "You know, we would ation Springboard 1963 which was held at the Naval Station,
the Holt Publishing Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville
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