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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 18, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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by the Holt Publ'' hind Company, a private: firm. Opinion* .xprM.d by the publUhr and writ..t hcrtln or. thvlr own ond not to b. contld.rod. op official.oxprosilon of any. mil It or y department.Th .
app.orane. of advertisement In this publication doss not conttltute on endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.VOL.

21 NO. 6 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 18 APRIL 1963




I Navy Unit Commendation Awarded VAP.62 r I




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Official recognition for the outstanding -
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work performed in the
defense of the United States over
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the past three years came to
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d ( the officers and men' of Heavy
Photographic Squadron 62 here
last Friday..
R .w In traditional ceremonies heldat

Hanger 114, the squadron was
r a t P formally presented the Navy Unit
Commendation from the Secretaryof
tI the Navy for its classified operations -;
L'i since January 1960.
The 400 officers and men of
VAP-62 all resplendent in whites,
stood at attention beforethes.un.
splashed reviewing stand as Rear
Admiral Joseph M. Carson, Com-
t ta Falrjax, made the presentation.The .
\. wives, children and friendsof
squadron personnel watched
from the shadows of the hangarand
4t t > more than one proud tear
H1 was evident in their eyes.In .

addressing squadron person-
nel prior to making the presentation -
Adm.Carson personally com-
Adm. Carson, flanked by Cdr. Roemer, reads commendation. mended the unit, not only for Ens. C.L. Larsen leads Photo Division before reviewing stand.

its classified missions but also '.
(Cont.on Pg. 6)) Of
Little Theater OpensAt Immunization NAS



Hospital. I Toniqht- t tAct N rvj Sailors Begins TodayHave


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One, Scene One of "The Tickets are available at the
you had all your shots this Dispensary hours: Mon.Tues.,
Golden Fleecing" will begin this NAS Special Services Office,Bldg. ,t YF> year? Records of the Medical Thurs. 8:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m.
at the Naval Hospital 704 be purchased at the y a 1
evening or may y k Department Indicate that nearly 1:00 4:00 p.m.
Theatre as the Little Theatre theatre for 50 cents. AU pro- ;
Wed.
every man attached to NAS is in 8:00 a.m. 10:30 p.m.
Windjammer Players make their ceeds will go to the Navy Relief need of Immunization of one kind 1:00 p.m.4:00 p.m.
debut In the comedy play which Fund. of another. All NAS male person- Fri. 8:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m.
will run through Saturday night. Directing the play by Lorenzo
nel are directed to report to the 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.
Curtain times are set for 8:30 Semple, Jr., is Jim Cavanagh NAS Dispensary for immunization
backed up by his assistant Ginny record check according to the
p.m.VA15 Brooks. It Is being produced by following schedule:
Planes special arrangement with Samuel H Allotments
French Inc. Aalqaard.G.K.thru Bowles.D.W.Apr.!8
The cast of the Navy theme playis Bowles, J.P. thru Clayton, R. Apr. 19
Soon To FlyOverhead Cleaves,n.H.thru Dou'jlas.T.L.. Apr.22
comprised of Bob Smythe, Tom Doyle, P.M. thru Gentry, J.M. Apr. 23 May Be Used
Kalmar, Dan Holmes, Bob Georqe,J.P. thru Henderson, W.O. "24
Hendley R. thru Keatley, J.F. AjT.' 25
Whorton, Bill Mclane, Jim Keeton, N. thru Lundy, A.D. Apr. 26
Stedefore, Jane Holmes, Bobbie : % Lurch, R.J. thru Miller L.V. Apr. 29
1 Miller, L. W. thru Payne, J.W. Apr. 30 To Buy House
The familiar Al-HAD( ) Sky- (Cont. on Pg. 16-See Pic ) Peqrl, R.M. thru Roberto J.T. May 1
raider of Attack Squadron Fifteen Roberson. 1:. thru Smith F.K. May 2
Smith, Ci.A. thru Thurman, M.D. May 3 T'
will soon be seen once again over- Cool Waves Tldwell,T.L. thru Whitely, P.A. May 6 A report from the Navy Finance
head in the Navy Jacksonville Whitfield, II. M. Zullo, G. R. May 7 Officer, Lieutenant B.A. Buscher,
Arriving at Mayport April 22, reveals that very few personnelare
Dark
Wear
the squadron completes an arduous taking advantage of the "H"
winter cruise with the U.S. Sixth Seabees allotment.
type
Fleet in the Mediterranean. Since Blue UniformWAVE
This allotment be registered -
departing Florida in September of may
1962 aboard the USS Franklin D.. personnel recently rec- Featured On through the NFO for repayment -
Roosevelt (CVA-42)), the "DoubleE" eived permission to wear the Ser- of loans obtained for the
squadron's potential and vice Dress Blue Bravo uniform In purchase of a home, including a
mobility has been utilized as a air conditioned working spaces WJXT SundayThe mobile home used.as a residenceby
major striking force In both national from April 1 through October 31 the grantor.Lt. .

and NATO roles. In accordance with Jax Instruction Y Navy's Seabees will be feat- Buscher said that active! duty
Between operation periodsat 1020.2. ured in a special Public Service personnel may utilize this service
sea, the men of VA-15 vigor- program at 12:00 noon Sunday, offered by the Navy for allotmentsnot
ously pursued thepeopletopeopleprogram THE STARS AND STRIPES were April 21, on WJXT Television 4. less than $5 for an indefinite
in ports throughout flown at half-mast Friday through The 14-mlnute program "Sea-
Southern Europe. Visits were Monday last week in reverenceto bees Can Do Plus"depicts the need period.
made to Rhodes and Athens, the men who lost their lives for the work done by the Seabees.It This means that an "H" allot-
Greece; Istanbul, Turkey; aboard the USS Thresher. Loss describes the function of surveyors ment could be registered and con- ,,14 -4
Palermo, Sicily; Barcelona,Spain; of the atomic submarine and her steel workers, builders, tlnued for as many years as a
Cannes, France; Naples, Genoa, crew is our nation's worse Marl. drivers, and other personnel reQuired member continues on active duty,
Livorno, and Taranto, Italy. time disaster. (Official U.S. Navy to fulfill the mission of under existing regulations, regardless -
the organization. of where he is stationed. I IPublish.d Ia
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PACE 2 JAX AIR NEWS


Station Traffic AXa.NEWsil

A ;

Violation RecordThe :


following Is a report of
motor vehicle accidents and traffic The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
violations for the period April 8 published :each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,

through April 14. Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
( H 4 private firm. All copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
'
6i p.1 Eh
r a NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSthis NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,

: Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon Monday before
4 8 14 ,...2 welcomed from all
r week April publication. News items are sources-
Total accidents this year through Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8164.

;rW Lti r April 14 ........................93 Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
Number of Accidents during concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing

_. April 1962.....................f5 Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida -
Telephone 359-5140 or 359-027L

zo 4 NUMBER ,QF.J J DAYS; ,

'SINCE'LA'STINJURY VOL. 21 NO. 6 18 APRIL 1963

-- IN MOTOR VEHICLE
RENDERED HOHORS. Senior Chief Aviation Ordnanceman RobertJ.

Ruyle Is accompanied by his wife, Opal, daughter Stephanie, ACCIDENT .,23 PedestrianHuntingGood
and son Joseph Jr., as he is piped over the side into retirement

after 22 years, six months and four days naval service. Chief NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis

Ruyle was an instructor and leading chief with Naval Air Main- On YorktownBy

tenance Training Group. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Marc Whet Week...................66

stone, J01)). Speeding....................17 D.W. Warren, J03If
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Reckless Driving.
haven't hit pedestrian maybe been
you a lately you've huntingin
Law Going through Stop Sign.. 5 the places.
Day Pays TributeTo Other Violations .........43 wrong
Hunting conditions are reportedly ideal on Yorktown Avenue aboard
before -
Forty five drivers appeared the Station, with best hunting hours from 6:45 to 7:45: a.m, and 3:30to :

Legacy of FreedomCongress the Traffic held Hearing April Boardat 15. 4:30 p.m.
the
on
meeting At those hours, Yorktown carries 3 lanes of traffic one way one
of the Includethe
Disposition cases lane the other, and It adds up to a confusing jungle.
four lost
and the President of the United States have proclaimed following: drivingand There are a great many more hunters at those hours, but the
.' May 1 "Law Day." parking privileges aboardstat- extra prowlers only tend to drive the game into your sjgnts.'
ion 15 to completea
In a democracy, law Is the machinery through which the rightsand were assigned The only license required is a driver's permit and a Station Pass
in remedial Instructions -
interests of the citizens are fostered and protected. Thereforeit course 23 driving for your car, but the catch may range from a husky Navyman good
is the responsibility of every citizen, especially the citizen-ser- weregivensuspended for only 1 point to a 6-year-old child worth, and if you're carefulor

viceman, to accept the responsibility of making laws work. This meansa penalties six, seven dismissed were given and ( not, depending on your viewpoint) you might even bag a toddler.
willing adherence to the law and an awareness of the freedom under warnings, were That'll garner you a 10 point bonus score.
these laws he experiences in his everyday life. two officers were for referred to commanding Generally speaking, there's a place for everything, streets and

Historian Will Durant wrote, "Man became free when he recog- possible disciplinaryaction. roads for automobiles, sidewalks for pedestrians, but pedestrians
nized that he was subject to the law." It is this freedom to whichwe frequently cross streets and that's where the sort of No Man's Land
are dedicated. enters the pictures.

Our nation and the Soviet Union are engaged In what amounts to |Brig To HaveProgram Cross walks (No Man's Land, to the initiated) are provided for
a competition between democracy and communism. The United States, two reasons so pedestrians will have places NOT to cross through-
as leading exponent of democracy, must be In the vanguard in demon- fares.
strating the true value of the democratic way of life. The rule of On The problem of jaywalking does exist 'on the station but It isn't

law, under freedom, and the responsibility of all citizens to conform, nearly as serious a problem as JAYDR1VING. How many of us have
is a vital factor in the struggle to remain free. never been forced to make a mad dash to safety from in front of a
That the serviceman should have a greater responsibility than the Civil JobsA mechanical monster bearing down on us without slowing.

average citizen may sound unfair, but he does. Not only are his Pedestrians In crosswalks have been traditionally protected game,
actions as a citizen subject to close scrutiny but also flagrant but tradition and
any widespread
common fast the
courtesy are losing out to
has been
. .. new set
.
up
disregard for the accepted standards of fairness by him reflects program desire
to
get somewhere sooner than possible.That .
his at the NAS Brig to assist in the
adversely on government.No rehabilation of persons custody. leaves the pedestrian no choice but to dash to avoid the mon-
citizen least of all the
citizen-serviceman is relegatedto sters, but someday, someone will slip away from winninga
the sidelines in the Each week, a guest speaker, who just a step
fight to preserve law and order of
as our close
way one, and he'll
is a prominent businessman In lose. Or worse, a small child will wander
life. Each day we can strengthen our system in some : By re- into Yorktown from
way
the adjacent someone's desire -
and
will Navy housing,
Jacksonville, speak to the
specting and obeying all laws; by aiding public officials. In the
pre- to there
get soonest will result In death serious to a
gathering at the Brig. He will or Injury
vention of crime; by bearing witness against crime. Law Day, U.S.A., defenseless toddler.
Is not an experiment. For law is the root of our very existence.AFPS( ) discuss job conditions locally and DRIVE AND
WALK -
stress the Importance of a good SAFELY 1

1 1)J'' .tl I conduct ployment.A discharge. in obtaining em .tr-'l.\f.lt t..l: !"' i1'''".,'l.fc"' "wl".4": ,'!'.lF t1".',1\; .r;"{;}"!:.(.I r,j,.i.j",:'.'. .4r '{' 6 -

) I' : group of businessmen met with '>'I, """":' ,1t'V:! ; :; : ;: :

Captain James R. Compton, NAS
(!I
/ Commanding Officer and other

III ,//I Navy officers last week, to plan ,,>
,I. the program. Attending the ,
""I meeting were: Commander WalterJ. RESPECr :
1 111111 t 0 Q"Pull Schub, NAS Executive Officer; ri
\ 1II 1\ Commander J. J. Reardon, Senior i AMILY.9RI DE I ta,} ,h ">'

Chaplain; Chief Warrant OfficerF. s I;,;
-- B. Miller, Brig Officer; Harold : :" '/ '- .

Baker, TV Commentator, Channel /
over to the ltd. of the road." 12; Bill Beaufort, President .j

Jacksonville-Chamber of Com-
merce and PresidentMcCallsService -
( Inc.; Commander H. W.
I Hayes, Senior Chaplain, NAS Cecil
rll. b Field and D.C. Dawkins, President,
l.[ Dawkins, Lumber Co.

Bill Bearfort was the first
y. p .fib I; ;:' rat
speaker in the series. The seriesis
expected to be conducted
./ Indefinitely.The .


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watches worn by American

astronauts during space flight can
be used as a slide rule or a

i i'I computer of ground and air speeds, c \NcZ
,,. fuel consumption, rate of climb -1
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and descent. In addition, the UT/, .. '.-._. .'" _
chronograph: solves mathematical f ;;l -:: ....:'

problems, records Intervals and 1"ROAD
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APRIL 1963
.3AGE 4 JAX AIR NEWS


Plan To Star Earth 'Governor Praises t' : HHHHHi'


In Cooper TV ShowWashington Safety CouncilFlorida's '1 ..\z ,

Governor Ferris (It
Bryant had high praise for the 1 .
(AFPS) Astronaut two seconds, will be focused on Florida Traffic Safety Council,
Leroy G. Cooper will trail a mul- the astronaut. But the camera which numbers Rear Admiral sre t 1:
ticolored balloon and send back a also can be "hand held" so the ,
Joseph M. Carson, Commander ". L.,.., 111
television view of the earth from astronaut can focus it on other Fleet Air Jacksonville, as one
more than 100 miles in space on objects Inside his capsule or to of its members, In his recent
his forthcoming 22-orbit flight. show the view outside. address to the Florida Legislature. tt
The flight plan worked out for The principal reason for includ-

the Mercury mission, scheduledfor ing the camera Is to gain opera- In his address, In which he put b
mid-May, calls for only a tional experience for television forth many ideas for the Improvement -
limited number of scientific ex- systems to be Included in the future of traffic safety, he had this
periments to be performed by the Gemini and Apollo space- to say about the Florida Traffic 1. .

,astronaut. As In past Mercury craft. Safety Council: ..
f flights, the emphasis will continueto "We have entered this year with -'

be on the engineering per- Insurance Lapse new signs of citizen support for ...
formance of the capsule and the traffic safety. A vigorous new
astronaut as a test pilot. citizen group--the Florida Traffic 22 YEARS, THREE MONTHS, 20 DAYS ended the Navy career
During the 33-hour (flight,Major Costly Says VAThe Safety Council--has been formedto for Chief Commissar/man Louis H. Fricke recently as he retiredto
Cooper will have separate still work with the agencies of the civilian life. During his tour of duty at NAS Jax, he was as-
cameras to, take pictures of the habit of "ridIng the 31-day ...state and to reach our citizens signed to Galley one. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner,
zodiacal light, the earth's horizonand grace period" has caused the lapseof through active education programsat
PH2)).
the clouds, and a 16-mm movie GI insurance policies for many the state and local levels. I
camera to take pictures of the hundreds of veterans In recent am proud that this Council has
view outside Including the balloon. years, the Veterans Administration emerged during my administration. KINGSTON TRIO
His most novel piece of photographic has announced.Too I commend It to your attention THE
equipmentwillbeasmaU many veterans on "grace with the notation that it
eight-pound television camera period" time forget their final seeks not to support of the state,
capable of transmitting slowscanTV deadlines, and eventually allow" but rather to support the state
.
pictures to receiving stationsat ,theij policies to lapse, often at in its efforts to reduce slaughteron :TOHKSWIWI l *!tR' THE KINGSTON TRIO
Cape Canaveral, the Canary a time when their dependents need the highways." i't.;.. ;I IML t #16
Islands and on a command shipin protection the most, says B. J. The Council Is an independent, ., : ':. '[ ;' (S) T-1871
Gannon, Officer In of the #'*' .
the western Pacific. Charge statewide citizen's organization, :,
v| The camera will permit the Jacksonville VA Office. devoted solely to the preventionof ; I! ;" :<*:' 1 THE!KINGSTON TRIG
American public to obtain Its first He advises veterans to make up traffic accidents on the streets '
television view of an astronautIn that monthly payment that they may and highways ot Florida.It : 't. ;" :r :
orbit. be running behind, even i they have is a non-partisan, non-profit, '
Normally the camera,capable of been making their payments each public service council with no f.r ':4;.: t.Y. .,<;f

transmitting one picture every time during the grace period.gl' governmental affiliation, entirely I ."_, ,., '.,/'.,.,.....J.I,
financed by Florida business and < "

Industry. It is tax exempt and .
contributions are deductible for NEW FRONTIER ( yf
Accounting I iIMMUNIZA11ONGtPtiA L federal income tax purposes. (includes the smasji hit

/ .,. .: .: .: Greenback Dollar)
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"" The 85,350-ton, nuclearpowered THE BEST OF THE
aircraft carrier Enterprise KINGSTON TRIO
Here MondayAre could accommodate the White
t: ((5)) T-1705
House and 275 feet of lawn on
you interested in a Elemen- her flight deck.
tary Accounting course? In cooperation t 1
with the Florida Institute
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for Continuing University Studies, ..
will be J161XFW INTRODUCINGBETTY
Elementary Accounting ANDREWS' 7
offered here at NAS Jacksonville Y/nner Of "THE ,t..
beginning Monday April 29. FANTASY HARSTYLING" / '1'1/11.
All people Interested must be At ..
registered by April 21 or a late
fee of $5.00 will be required.The BETTY'SHAIR ,, COLLEGE CONCERTS
"It' "'
cost for the threecreditcourse ". ( ) T1658MONO
will be $36, plus books and STYLISTS
additional material expense of 7319 LENOX
about $10. She welcome you to drop In and eon.lult .
with her and oil hair
on any pro
For additional Information con- I. int. No charg for beauty consultation!
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AIR NEWS ....... ,.,

I I Hobby Shop Programs I $13-72 Over intended Amount i :,-: .: ;4.: I


The ceramics department of the seven days 'a' week and offers "Everyone give a little" was Little League coordinator em-
NAS Hobby Shop is now conducting services to either die professionalor the theme used by Naval Air Technical phasized that the entire amount
Instruction classes on Mondays, "shade-tree" mechanic.Prac- Training Unit In obtaining came from voluntary contributions
Thursdays,andSaturdays with Mrs. tically all major auto work, from contributions: for NA TTU's two by NATTU personnel."A .
Edna Lorentsen as its Instructor. valve jobs to a complete brake job, entries In the Navy Jax-Ortega lot of that came from single
A minimum of supplier Is neededto can be done with parts available Little League, and the result was Navymen who would have no direct -
take part In the free classes zone at a considerable discount. $13.72 more than was needed. personal Interest whatsoever",
piece of plain "greenware" Now that warm weather has Captain H.D. Allen, NATTU he said.It For example, most
(unfinished ceramic), clean-up arrived boating enthusiasts are Commanding Officer presented a of the AO Schools contribution
tool sponge, water dish, brushes, reminded that the Hobby Shop has check from the Command for {approximately $125)) came from
sgraffito tool tracing pad, pencil facilities available to make those $288.72 to the treasurer of the AO "A" School, and almost all
and underglaze. Nearly all of these necessary repairs before launch- League In ceremonies April 8. students are single."
aids can be purchased through the Ing. Under the same 'roof, thereIs Ensign R. Ludena, NATTU's The Techs, NA TTU's Major
Hobby Shop's Navy Exchange store a complete carpenter shop designed League team, are coached by Marine
I Rhyme of Iho Timoo l l1HING6 Rusnak attachedto
Corporal J.D.
located within the main building. for the do-it-yourself furn-
This NX iture builder. AE Support, and a civilian,
store maintains a V.PffWIfttt
complete line of hobby materials very The Hobby Shop doors are open I.. Alec White, coaches the Minor

plus a full line of ceramic supplies, every day of the week from 3 p.m. : you,4RRiV1F DO ,. Je.1- I League entry, the Jets. ,I
auto tune-up parts, engine and to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday; youra i :=F :
transmission oil 9 to 9 on Saturday and from 1
nearly every- ? T: j Child to father: How can I r
thing and anything a hobbiest could 1 p.m. until 9 p.m. on Sundays.For 'Pl-AYI NGM learn the value of a dollar when
desire. In addition, there Is a any Information desired con- DUMB allowance is only fifty cents'
special order department avail cerning the Hobby Shop contact f {AKES6TERRr6 my
H.C. Osburn at Ext. 8378 l! r, yi
able.The Automotive Shop Is now %/ll SAILING SCOUTS-Members of ,
open f
...Aqfl11'IoFPS 1&, the Florida Explorer.Scouts Postt'[
102 took an adventurous Sunday 'I

I Traveling Teachers Log 5,333 MilesThere afternoon sailing cruise recently ''I''I'tn
the Jax Navy Sailing Club's [L
whale boat the "Ichi Bon" on
are many naval Instructors son, PRC and J.H.Freeman,AMH1. outlaying forces In tune with up- |
who train as many If not Both men are instructors to-date advancements. the St. Johns River. The scouts j
more than 331 students in a two- assigned to Jacksonville's Naval Simpson's and Freeman's spec- were lead by post advisor John R
and-a-half month period. Thereare Air Maintenance Training Group, ialty Is the Martin Baker EjectionSeat Seebacher, an HAS Public Works [
few however that accomplishthis a unit which not only trains the System, a Britishdevelopedsafety employee. (Official US. Navy F
task over a range of 11 states men at home but reaches Its Intellectual mechanism which has been Photo by Jim Brown, PH3)). | w
and 5,333 miles, as did A.P.Simp arm outward to keep the used by Navy pilots since 1957.
Although relatively new, from
time to time modifications are
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ANNOUNCING made to keep the system abreastof
today's high performance air-
NEW STORE HOURSFor craft.
These improvements, either inprototype
form or In operational
Your Convenience Our New, Modern 1-Hour existance, are packed up In their
truck by Simpson and Freemanand
MARTIN DRY CLEANING PLANTWill
once again they are off on
Remain Open Til their "clrcut| riding" training
missions.

7:30 P.M. DAILYExpert F J d r

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Fast Laundry Service
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We Feature The
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JTAl After 85 years of service. it has

END TRIP Unloading election well deserved !
mARL seat equipment after a 5,333- a rating
ow WHIT training A.P. .
mile Simp
trip are
You'll get no better service anywhere, than at
III son, PRC, and J.H. Freeman, Household Finance. We fill the money needs of
AMH1. (Official U.S. Navy Photo over 100,000 men in uniform. When you need
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TYPICAL LARGE scale computer installation, Illustrating high speed magnetic tape drive Behind TYPISTS BUSILY operate Key Card Punching equipment in the

operator's console are Input and output devices. (Official U.S. Navy Photo). Data Processing, Department. (Official U.S. Navy Photo).



Poor Punching Poses Pretty Problems;

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By Grace Jonrrs 1890 and WW II some far-sighted
piece of paper can sink a
battleship, founder a sub or crasha Skipping many other reasons whyin companies were developing and
the fifties took improving data processing equip-
jet. That's not so farfetchedas early Navy a
think. long hard-nosed look at Its com- ment and systems.The .
you may
The great technological pro- plex operations, It's enough to say tempo of WW n emphas- i l
gress that brought the Navy from that the decision was made to ized technological needs, this was \-LL I
the stick and wire aircraft of the mechanize Information, accounting paramount. So, aided by EDP '
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early 30's to the extremely sophisticate and reporting systems. The basis systems and the computer, tech- ',-.
weapon systems of today for this decision was top man- nology got up and whirlwinded its THIS COMPLEX looking card verifier simplifies Data Processing.
also (Spawned a tremendous agement's absolute need for rapid way out of our horse and buggy (Official U.S. Navy Photo).
clerical workload in its wake. current factual information to communication range. We're still

This, added to an already top- make wise decisions decisionsof panting, trying to catch up.
heavy load, threatened to under- far-reaching implications. The machinery, methods and
mine and dilute the effectiveness Before we go any further, let's know-how are within our grasp
*" of the new weaponry developed to define a term: Electronic Data now. All that remains Is to apply SERVING
defend our nation. Processing, or EDP. EDP is the them intelligently to our local SOUTHWEST
While "computerese" becamethe electronic equivalent of manual operations and we've got It made. DUVAL

mother tongue of the engin- record keeping, bookkeeping, accounting Keep i n mind that although com- COUNTY
eers and scientists Involved in paperwork, or any other puters operate With the speed of WITH

Navy's space ageweaponswepoorlowlevel manual information process. The light, they're really stupid. NAS COMPLETE {>
grubbers were still punched card systems of data Jax computers recognize only two CONVENIENT
operating on a one-horsepower processing used at this stationare things: 1 and 0. Our ace in y MODERN
information system that smackedof adaptable to all these uses. the hole is that WE can count COMMERCIAL

the gaslight era. This fact Some of us are familiar withED to 10 at least I BANKING
Is vividly Illustrated In the rapid ? language but the new set of We know and understand the SERVICESHOURSi

Increase of clerical workers, in rules governing our work leaves adding machine, a simple digital *

proportion to other workers,need- many still groping for answers.At computer. An electronic computerIs
ed to handle the spiraling paper this point maybe a bit of pun- just an over-grown adding mach- M M>n ur -9,30 AM-2.-00 Pit I 4328BLANDIHC
workload. ched card history will help us ine using the same four basic Qv.P.ia..WoAM-4PM.AIsD.Nw I. T.r1..rft20AM-4AOPM
better understand their applica- arithmetical processes: addition, BOULEVARD
tions. Remember the old self- subtraction, multiplication, and 771-6161
VAP62Continued
player piano roll? That was a division. :
( from Pg. 1)) punched card type operation. With this knowledge and knowing &

for Its outstanding performancein Punched cards originated in that our station computers are
the areas of administration France before the French Revol- pretty dog-goned illiterate since
ution. The brainy (or was It lazy) they know only the "binary" dig-
safety, leadership and .
Robert F. Roemer training.Cdr. squadron Inventor used them to operate ital system 1 and 0, let's find WE: STSID E: 91.anA
looms. how hit it
skipper, expressed his pridein weaving Fifty years lateran out they manage to on ;
English mathematician borrowed the button most of the time.
the men and he also thanked
the idea for an "analytic Next to our spouses and children -
ComFairJax for it cooperationand
support of the squadron.In engine." In our country they the good old 'pay check Is
were first used as data processors nearest and dearest to our hearts.
words intended for the
of the wives, he commented ears that In 1890 by the U.S. Census Next week we're going to follow
they now know the significanceof Bureau to count our grandpas'noses. its course from "Input"' to "out- Serving: NAS-t dll il F V M
why their husbands had to be From then until WW II. put" to find out how come there
punched cards were not in general are visible holes In I it as well
away from home for such long
business use, however. between as those made by "de ducks". and the
periods--and also why they were
so strangely silent about what they
had been doing.Following YOUR FRIENDLY IMFAREA

the talks made by
Adm. Carson and Cdr. Roemer,
Bow
Adm. Carson attached the multicolored 1-0-Matic

J .J Navy Unit Commendation BUY YOURMOBILE
streamers to the squadron flagstaff -
Blanding Boulevard at Cedar Creek
and pinned on Cdr. Roemer's Bridget

ribbon. AU personnel connected EV 4-6221 or EV 7-3569 none
with the squadron from Jan. 18,

1960 through Oct. 25, 1962, are NOW OPEN ALL NIGHT!
authorized to wear the ribbon.In FROM

his letter of commending the Leagues Now Being Organized for Everyone NORTH FLORIDA'S LARGEST
squadron the of
,
Secretary Navy,
-M/xeaDoub/esLa/ / Hanel/cap.Lacll./ Scratch
set forth the following citation: MOBILE HOME DEALER
"For outstanding and merit- e Men's HanoVcapeMen's/ Scratch.Locftes/ Coffee Leagues.

orious service in the performanceof
Bantams" Juniors" Seniors .
rel.I41u1flhI111MThJ1;
classified aerial photographic

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October 1962. The conduct, professional I per person. Void July J 1,1963.
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School VISits \\.16

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chief aviation electronics a6rY i l
assigned to Patrol
16 has received a letter
from the command-
officer of Patrol Squadron
Commander R.F. Lyons
Musco a 19-year naval t rVP
veteran, was presented the
last Wednesday by his com-
officer Commander
E. Rodgers. In the letter
dl L Lyons lauded Musco for his
in aiding a VP-30 SP- ..,
crew which had been downed
the Naval Air Station Roose-
Roads Puerto Rico with mech -16- The Children from Elementary School of Palatka are given
difficulty. demonstration of the C02 inflating life raft. (Official U.S. Navy
VP-16 recent activity Photo).
being host to 50 school
and 12 teachers from the
W. Campbell Elementary Hospital Corps Plans
of Palatka, Fla. They
VP16.50 fifth graders were recent guests of to learn anti-submarine-
ren came to learn the anti-iubmarlne-warfar missions of the Fleet Air Birthday Ball June 15A
Fleet Air Wing Eleven unit. Here the children are Eleven unit.
gency flare. (Official U.S. Navy Photo). fifth graders were given
of the C02 life
formal ball will be held June Tickets on sale at $5, may be
Center"A inflating cylinder shown an
GET A exhibition, photographed 15 to celebrate the 65th anniversaryof purchased by contacting H.
the commanding officer and the Hospital Corps. The gala Schluckbier HM3W at Ext. 245
event to be held in the downtown or 312. Admission entitles before
"honorary plane command- and after dinner cocktails, dinner
MISSILE for
AGE of the SP-2E Neptunes Roosevelt Hotel ballroom, is
and dance music
all former and present corpsmenand by Jimmy Geiger ,
their guests who reside in and his orchestra. For further
Navy Wives the Jacksonville area. information contact T. Antigano,
NEW CARS HMC. at Ext. 227 at the hospitaL

Lowest Prices Corner
Highest Trade-in Allowance

.Easy Terms- The Nicesest Navy Wives Club #86 wel-
1 Mrs. Phil Parker as a
of the organization at last
USED CARS
night's meeting held
:i II Okayed Used Cars at Two Big the Dewey Park Club House. She
III 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 also appointed as the new K
.:Full\ One-Year Guaranteed Chairman.
r Joseph Skapyak tendered
On Every Car SoldISHOPINTHESHADOWOFTHE
resignation as the club's par- 'I
Elections were f I
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to fill this vacancy at the ,
meeting, April 17. V- h \\f
@J GORDON T Social and Education meet-
will be held the same night FIRST TICKET.Capt. J.M. Han-
which time Mrs. W. Krause and Education Regional meeting at ner, Commanding Officer, U.S.
"Jacksonville's 7' Mrs. Kendall Kerns will pre- Pensacola were elected last meet Naval Hospital receives the
sent a novelty program. ing. Those to attend are: Mrs. first ticket to the Hospital Corps
Delegates' to attend the Social Henry Werner Club President, Birthday Ball, by members of
Mrs. Larry Burgess; Mrs. Wil- the Recreation Com-
Hospital
CONVENIENT TO HAS AND CECIL FIELD bert Wagner; Mrs. Harvey Bren- mittee. (L. to R.) H. Schlucke-
nan and Mrs. Thomas J. Dennett.
"HOMES DESIGNED FOR FAMILY LIVING" IN OAK HILL PARK y The invitation; Wives to Club participate has receivedan in the G.bier Baker, HM3W, HM1 T. An and tig no R.no Glasgow, HMCA,,

West 103rd Street ; U.S. Photo
On April "Easter parade" atjack- HM2. (Official Navy
r sonville Beach. by Naval Hospital).
2 1 12 Mites Beyond Blariding Blvd. >

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1334 SQ. FT. BEDROOM 2 BATHS-SCREENEDj I ((1)) Bernard's made a special purchase at the beauty show and we .
want to share it with
PORCH BRICK OR MASONRY "MASTER BEDROOM -'; .N.M. N.... I ((2)) Bernard's wants 1 you you.to see the most beautiful new salon in the I
WITHFULL, BATH AND WALK IN CLOSET
MODERN KITCHEN BUILT IN RANGE & OVEN j jt Edgewood-Normandy
from 8 A.M.to .
I ((3)) Bernard's wants you to meet our 5 stylists everyday .
LAUNDRY & UTILITY ROOM CENTRAL HEAT |j 9 P.M.

AIR CONDITIONING CAN BE ADDED"* I ((4)) This coupon is void after Thursday, April 25th. .

SEE THE ENTERPmSI: AND VfAX)' 0Tl'l RFIXE < I I r/BUILOER BERNARD'S Hair Styling
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'0'Ckb Walnut Room: Tech. Rep Wives Dinner 6:00 9:00: p.m.
Luncheon/Bridge Walnut and St. Johns Rooms:

Events Happy Hour 3:30 6:00 p.m. CAG 1 Dinner Party 6:30 p.m. CONVENIENT


RlVIRS10I CHEVROLET

Friday, April 19 00 CARLOADII


Luncheon 11:15 a.m.-l:45 p.m. 0 Including Free W./. CEDAR HILLS
Movies with
Pass.
Annex: FAETU steak cook out

Happy Hour 3:30 6:00 p.m. >i See the Best for Less.

Dinner 6:00 9:30 p.m. A pt f See dolly papers for I
Dancing Dining Room with the programs.

Kay Ryan.Trio8OOp.m.-12OOa.rn.i: 1 Eat the best Plaza/
this side of Rome.

Free Box Popcorn with this ad. U.S. 17 So.

Saturday, April 20 Visit Our Conveniently


Luncheon 11:15 a.m. 1:45 p.m. EV 4-6482 Located Lot In The
AIR BASE CAB
Happy Hour 3:30: 6:00 p.m. Cedar Hills Shopping Center
Dinner 6:00 9:30 p.m.

\'f St. Johns Room: "Stars an

Bars" 5:30 p.m. 24 FOR :
Radio
Annex: VA-45 Party 7:00 p.m. HOUR Dispatched Cabs

Dancing in Dining, Room with Serving/ Duval County BEST TRADES..BEST TERMSON
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Sam Ross 8:30: p.m.. 12:30 a.m. SERVICE Both.Civilian .

Sunday, April 21 and Military CHEVROLETS, CHEVY II'S, CORVAIRS

w/m
Brunch 11:15 a.m. 1:45: p.m. HAS AREA

Family Buffet 6:00 9:00 p.m. Cedar Hills Ortega Cecil Field Westconnett HiversideChevi'olet
Doe Rae Me Trio in Cocktail

Lounge 7:0011:00

dial EV 8-7676
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Monday, April

Luncheon 11:15 a.m. 1:45 p.m. MILITARY 3530 BLAND ING BLVD.

Oriental Room: JOWC Board

Meeting 9:30 a.m. '

Happy Hour 3:30: 6:00: p.m. ; t IIAB t1y INSURANCE
AUTO
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Game night cancelled
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Luncheon 11:15 a.m. 1:45 p.m. AGENCY
6463 Roosevelt Blri-New NAS-JacisouTlUe
Happy Hour 3:30 6:00 p.m. LOOK WHAT
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St. Johns Room: All Wives

Bridge 12:30: p.rn.Wednesday. '


April 24 : \ 'JAa' /' I II BELLAIRHAS


Luncheon 11:15 a.m. 1:45 p.m. The Holt Publishing Company, publishers of the Air News, is
Oriental Room: VP-T Wives offering a $5.00 prize for the earliest postmarked correct answer to FOR YOU !! !
Bridge 12:00 p.m. I this I week's crossword puzzle. Deadline for entries will be 1200,
' walnut and St. Johns Rooms: each Saturday; following publication. The winner will be announcedin
next week issue of the Jax Air News. Entries must be sentto
NAS Garden Circle. the Holt Publishing Company 4724 Clyde Drive Jacksonville
Luncheon and l Flower show 8, Fla.

Happy Hour 3:30 6:00 p.m.
ACROSS Singing
I PAW. PAT H FEN D W
Dinner 6:00 9:00 voicepart
: p.m. 1-Male sheep. B.Uppermolt E 16 o. !J N AU. E R I E
Foreign Dish Night (India) with 4-Tart ol All I R. TER M I N ATE
our famous Wine Fountain fireplaceItKnock 0.Man's TOLL I. TO L
11-A mate l0-nickname onced for DO. PALE T A F4 ---- _a+c!
(abbr.) 14Uubrlratentlncooke PAS.MAR (; R A E
Thursday, April 25 11DetentIftMlxture l 18.Prel'oaltlon| L I M I IT. TAP to. S P
Luncheon 11:15 1:45 p.m. 17-1'lnch 15-Krlnht 21-nilirolds 22-Tranaflx ED I IT. R I T? AN. .
AFMA Luncheon 11:30 a.m. Symbol for :23-Man's! .. R A L A t3 I IDE
20Kodent21Kmerged nickel nlrknsme24Cravat 5 T R A I N ERIe; 1M E N
2ri-oir mound T A lJ T. EROS NT
usa victorious 26-Genus of ALE e. E S "N E. t LV E .

22-Swordsman's dummystake rattle2XUrge on29Dortrlne *".*.' To Lout We.L'' Puttie I

23-Cnok slowly .".(.Narrow( flat Unit of
%I. nllor :niMmb32Huldo's! board Latviancorrenry FOR ONLY
NotesThursday (colloq. high 39-LlHtened: to
26-l'roK| >Bltlons note in.snttke,, 4 Z,- ul''or 33-Cry like dove34Vlne Through curvednlanklnR
IHlJunprey20Klectrlfied 43-Three-toe l lj4.sly 1 $
April 18 cup sloth !!i1.Hab'lonlan
\particle Itevoiir ,look itchy, I
Free dancing lessons 9:00-11:00 30. 'rllnOlln 37-Character4Communist &3.Maloh'l\ loved per
p.m. 3l Tlmelesa Mice 47-In favor of bv Zeus
31-S ralrlum35lhtlt>mliol for day

Friday, April 19 ofenergy I 2 3 <.>>: 4 S 6 7 8 9 10 :.<<
m <<1< YOU CAN OWN
:Jfi.ShAde I tree -
'. Social Mixers. 37. tan. 1\\ XX> 12 i.W 13 14
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nickname X'Q \\A HomeIN
Saturday, April 20 3Srrlen 40IndoneilanIrllieomnn U 16 17 ''I m 19 FEATURES

Blind Date Mixer. KKX'' 20 ->> 21 22 I BELLAIR !
Malay 1.: ) canoe <<' = >>::
42 Alln\v
Sunday, April 21 43-I'flld notices 123 24 \\.N. a : 26 No Cash VA GALORE
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need
44>rx1llile
3rd Class &
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Vespers and Refreshments 4ri-Conlot lava 27 \: 28 :<<- 29 ., .
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of
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First Presbyterian Church 5:30 -Free 47 1> :- Qualify Bedrooms
> anierHCOWootly
iJO 31 32 33 34 Convenient 1 and 2 Foil
p.rn.tvtovieu"The. plant % C to Baths
.MIreland04Sunburn HAS and Cecil
Lady Vanishes" :* : 35 = 36 ': 371Ii.Pare"t Screened Porchs
7:15 : :, Field
p.m. '1'011011) 38 39 40 41 i I Full Session Patios Paneled Walls
!518-Chess 111t'I- //Q<,.., N<' Schools In
Monday, April 22 :37.I'igpen 42 43 @ 44 :s.-\: DevelopmentStreetlights Oil Heat -Vanity Baths

"Girl of the Month" Celebra- DOWN e Range Hoods Ceramic Tile

tion and Dande, 8:00 11:00 p.m. 1 Rodent 45 ->>;: 46 :-.,.,...'" 47 48 49 e S Church Sidewalks Double K'itchen Sinks

2-nevornBe!. 50 si 32 53 'S 34 S Traffic-Safe Sliding Glass DoorsL
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Tuesday, April 23 :4.\ hlseharged".fal'\I Streets
T.V. Night. a gun ) 56 57G. S Planned Shopping
-Equality Center PHONE CO-4-6644
Pronoun Diltr by United Feature Syndicate, Inc. 25
Wednesday, April 24 fir UM l la Avtkrlit. riptri Only' Follow the signs South on Blanding Boulevard to beautiful

. '. Welcome Home PartyUSS LAST WEEK'S WINNER: 4128 Sudbury Ave. BELLAIR, "The Best BUY" On the left, only 10
FRANKLIN D ROOSEVELT 8:00 minutes from 103rd
Mrs. James C. Maudlin Jacksonville 10, Fla. Street.
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Sam: "I got tonsllids, followedby Ex-Sailor Collects Signatures
appendicitis and pneumonia. -

Then they gave me inoculations." .For the .past 12 years a San mttz. It was one of those spontaneous nature to obtain was that VAdm. ,
Harry:. "Boy did you have' It Diego. 'maq has devoted himselfto acts which avid autograpn Forrest Perclval Sherman. ndm. I:1 i
time." the challenging hobby of col- seekers often undertake.He admitshe Sherman died In Italy In 1951 and i
Sam: 'Til say I thought Td lecting signatures of all those and FAdm. Nimitz didn't have Mrs. Sherman had turned over all
never pull through that spellingtest. present aboard the battleship USS much In common, since Graff had his papers and letters to the gov- I
." Missouri when the Japanese sur- been a mess boy on the battleshipUSS ernment. Finally a friend of the
render was signed In Tokyo Bayon Nevada during WWII. Admiral's sent Graff a personal
September 3,1945.In When the Admiral returned an letter he had received from the -.'
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
1951, Harmon Grail, an ex- 8 x 10 portrait and a picture of Admiral The signature was copied -
sailor, decided he would like to the surrender ceremony Identifying and Graff now has all the signa- :.. .) :
LOANS get an autographed picture of Fleet 24 \op allied officers, GrafPs tures of the 24 Identified officersIn ;..
Admiral Chester W. Nlmitz, one new avocation began.He the picture.
of the American signers. Today, then began the search for Graff is now concentrating on IN THE DRIVER'S SEA TI- Lt.
$600To Graff has a collection of about signatures of those who appearedin completing the Identification and Ted Bronson of VA-45 give three
Service Personnel 200 signatures of top military and the historic surrender photo. signatures of allied representatives preschoolers from the Ortega
naval officers who were present. One by one they came In. Such and crew members of the Playhouse a first hand look at
PHONE 264.9362 His hobby has also expanded to signatures as those of Admiral battleship. Anyone who wishes to the cockpit of a Skyraider during
FOR 1 STOP SERVICE Include numerous pictures of the F.C. Sherman, Admiral J.S. Mc assist Graff with his collectionis their visit to the Air Station last
ceremony and several portraits of Cain and Admiral C.A. Lockwood urged to contact him directlyat week. The 45 children toured the
Alliance Loans
those present.In were obtained In San Diego. He the following address: Harmon firehouse and the squadron durIng -
1704 Highway 17-Orortfle Pork the summer of 1953, Graff later received a photo and signa- Graff, 4037 37th Street, San Diego of their
the as part
morning
abandoned an autograph collectionof ture from General Douglas Mac- 5, California.
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 850 movie stars and made a Arthur. kindergarden class. (OfficialU.S.
bold telephone call to FAdm. Ni- The last and most difficult sig Navy Photo oy Ron Gardner,
PH2)).
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/MoviesMovies


STOREWIDECLEARANCE will be shown regularlyat
1900 on Monday through Satur-
day; at 1400 and 1900 on Sunday
at the Malnslde and NATTU
Theaters and at 1900 only on Sun-
day at the Hospital. These times
) are subject to change.
Thursday, April 18
Malnslde--Who's Got The Ac-
tion.
NATTUnlf-Notorlous Landlady
An explosion of furniture and bedding prices that will Hospital--Rommel's Treasure
rock the community for miles around. What the furnitureor Friday, April 19
bedding cost or what it sold for does not matter now. Mainslde--Two And Two Make

Super lowest prices in America. "Super, Super Low". SixNATTUnifWho's
Our reputation for square and fair dealing is your guar. Got The Ac-
antee of the values! Get your share of these unbelievablebut tion
true, "never to.be.forgotten" furniture bargains I Hospital Saturday-Notorious, April z0MainsideBreaking .

The Sound
Shatter Proof Pole Lamps Gorgeous Decorator Bar Stools Barrier

Door Mirrors In Colon Throw Pillows Wooden Stools With Backs NA TTUnl t--Two And Two Make
Only One Dozen To Sell At This Six
89S Worth Up To 2, 9S
Reg. Reg. 8 9S Plre'
Hospital--Who's Got The Ac-

$3.97 $4.97 2 For $1.29 $3.97 Each tion Mainside--Papa's Sunday, April 21 Delicate Con-

dition
Bedding Sensatlonoll Maple I Bunk NATTUnlt--Breaking The Sound
Dinette Suites Quilt Top Inner Spring Tweed Rugs Barrier
Mattress & Bed Outfit Hospital--Two and Two MakeSix
lorge Selection 9 x 12 Monday, April 22
Table and Six Choirs Box Spring Roll Complet.and L dude.Bunkles The Whole, Guard Works With -Foam Backs Malnslde Four Horsemen of
The Apocalypse

$4 9.97 Both For $49.97 $59.97 $18.88 Condition NATTUnlt--Papa's Delicate

Hospital--Breaking The Sound
Barrier
4 Piece-Danish Walnut Save $80.00 Dollars on this Complete Hollywood Tuesday, April, 23
Malnsle--I Could Go On
Sing-
MODERN BEDROOM SUITE SpriBedMattress
Bed
room Suite Inner With, Ing
Double Dresser & Mirror, By Bassett Matching BoxSprings. Complete NATTUnlt Four Horsemen Of
With 3
legs Plastic Head
4 Drawer Chest, Bookcase Bed The ApocalypseHospltalPapa's
Dresser, Mirror, Chest & Bookcase Bed. Board Delicate Condition -

$79.97 Reg. $229.95 HOW $149.95 $34.95 Wednesday, April 24 I:

Malnslde--The Captain's Para-
dise
THERE IS ONLY ONE NORMANDY WAYSIDE FURNITURE CO. NATTUnlt-I Could Go On Sing-
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Hospital--Four Horsemen of
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Kiddies Find Eggs A'plenty Grampaw Pet fibone's Cheers, 1


u uM 9 i Chidings Continue After 20 -


_j2 Washington (AFPS) Grampaw Pettibone, a colorful character 1
of the Navy's Naval Aviation News magazine, has logged 20 yearsof
handling out pats on the back to deserving safe pilots and chew- t
1 f Ings out to reckless, airborne "hot rods." tI
Y Grampaw P.S. (for Post Script) Pettibone provides<<: Interesting e

reading for even the ground
I
pounders. His terse, to-the-polnt r,
remarks on aviation safety began r PA

appearing In the January 1943 edition I
of Naval Aviation News and '1
1 p have become must reading for / (J JI

those who follow the magazine.His .. (
A x. column was born because
statistics revealed that In the first JI
(
half of 1942, more Navy pilots "
were killed In accidents resultingfrom tI
pilot error than were killed ]
as the result of enemy action. ,
Since then his salty comments have 1
burned the ears of many a hapless
pilot and have given due credit
where thinking airmen have pre-
vented accidents ,
"Naval Aviation News" noted
EASTER EGGS EVERYWHERE-The joy of Easter egg hunting was seen all over the station last the anniversary with a collectionof
weekend as children of all ages were on their hands and knees seeking eggs. Hunts took place with his best observations. Among Graini>au> I'ettibone
two groups at the Sunday School area while other groups were at the CPO Club and with VP-16. them:

(Above) Ann Gillcrest looks at her Big chocolate Easter Bunny that she won for finding a special "A high-G pullout Is like try- His collaborator, Robert Osborn,
white Easter egg at the Sunday School (Below) This little tot shared in the joy of finding just a ing to make second base on a has been illustrating his work
few of the42dozen eggs hidden around the Sunday School (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Marc Whet single or wearing an undersized for the 20 years.

stone, J01)). girdle.It all depends on what
happens In the stretch"
"Going into a spin is like step- Student\ : "I always drink lots

Navy TestingDualPurpose Navy Economizes: ping out on your wife. You might of milk because my doctor says
"
!bone>
milk Is a great : builder.
get away with It, but If you don't,
Develops/ Portable bub, you're In hot water." Coed: "Too" bad it's gone to
"Next time you're tempted to your head.

Tracker for Polaris buzz the old homestead, just remember Sign In factory: "Anybody who
Winter JacketWashington that you may be plowing wishes to attend the funeral of a
Washington (AFPS) The Navy "
furrow.
your own relative must tell the foreman of
has developed a portable package In real life Grampaw Is Capt. his department before 10:30 A.M.on .
(AFPS) The NavyIs concept for missile testing tele- Spencer H. Warner, USN (Ret.). the day of the game"
of cold b.r
testing prototypes two metry equipment. The concept
weather jackets designed to give will allow the use of almost any
maximum comfort and at the same ship In service as a monitoring 4' (}ffj.
time provide flotation If the station when Polaris submarines
wearer falls Into the sea. conduct test launchings.
One of the problems of the 1 1rr Before this new portable devicewas TIRED q.
l past has been that clothing bulky proven useful everytime a j.
enough to provide warmth while Polaris submarine fired a test
1 on cold weather atches would missile equipped sur-
a specially Of Just Eating Out? ,
drag the wearer under If he were face ship accompanied the sub-
washed overboard. marine to sea.
A requirement set by the Chiefof The only ship which could do { Step into Wonderland
Naval Operations was that the I the job has been the Observation *-
bulk material used in winter i Island (EAG-154)). A converted Enjoy Jacksonville'sMost
clothing must be buoyant as well I Mariner class cargo ship, the Observation d'2"' Romantic &
as warm, and the answer was Island Is also a Polaris j1 ExquisiteRestaurant found in a plastic foam material missile test launching ship. She
called polyvinyl chloride. has been acting as test monitoringship !
Two types of jackets have been ever since the George Wash-
made, one which is permeableand ington launched the first Polaris
allows perspiration to missile from beneath the ocean's 1
evaporate when the wearer Is per- surface on July 20, 1960 ;
forming physical labor, and the The American rocket research The Portable Ship's Instrumen- ( aison .

other Impermeable for use when program began nearly eight mon- tation Package (POSIP), the new .t is
the weather is extreme and physi- ths before the first V-2 crashedin missile tracking equipment and
cal activity is limited. London. In January 1944 the communications gear is built Into
The permeable jacket pro- United States instituted its first two portable aluminum vans. The
vides enough buoyancy to keepa high-altitude rocket project usinga 12,000 pound vans can be hoisted 1035 AIVEISIO, AVENUE'k .
man's head above water and series of powder-fueled missiles onto and chained to the deck of .
prevent him from sinking, whilein known as the Private series. any ship the size of a destroyeror 1f\ -r WffJ
the impermeable, the wearer larger.
floats high in the water like a sea
bird. Neither Is considered by the

Navy preserver.to be a substitute for a life, MAKING A MOVE? LET SPRING GO TO YOUR

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JAX AIR NEWS PACE. 11
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jfewJEttlBrtiitcrlgA'Arrt- : Fit Photons

BY CLARK KINNAIRD
( A. rltM Hwita M u4itM) future) Rewarded For sloe n o' qt

TilE HUNTING of the whale by seafaring men from Europe-
among them the Basques-had been mentioned as far
back as the 10th century. In America, colonists ventured out in Ads should .b. moiled
Fine TestsThe to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Clyde Drlv.,
their little schooners In
pursuit of the Atlantic
right whale from Jacksonville 8, ,
earliest did Florida, to only not lot. than Tuesday for publication *
the days. They not seek' the
whale
sperm to any the following Thursday.Ads arriving too 'lot* for this deadlfo
it
extent as was far-ranging and vicious when attacked. will .b.
the
published
of following week unless' fKe publisher' Is In*
Then, some two and a half centuries ago,as Edward R. Sammis men Heavy Photographic strutted otherwise..A check or money order for the full cost of the
recalls in The Humble Way, graphic magazine of Humble Oil & Squadron Sixty-two are reapingthe od must be received WITH the copy for the ad. DO NOT SEND CASH.
Refining Co., "a Nantucket whaler, Capt. Christopher Hussey, rewards of being in fine phy-
was blown far out at sea in his sloop by a storm. He was fighting sical shape! The squadron has
his way back when he encountered a school of sperm whales. inaugurated a system of rewardsfor RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . $1.00
The temptation was greater than the risks. He ordered the boats those individuals who excell Per additional line ((4 words per lint) .35
overside in spite of the high waves and succeeded in harpooning
one of the whales. He found that not only was the oil of the in the quarterly physical fitness
whale of !better quality and hence tests.
sperm more valuable, but its
massive head was filled with a substance called spermaceti, Leners of Commendation and FOR RENT House, Oakhill 5565 ler Gaskin Inc. 388-4603 or 771-
excellent stuff for making candles.' trophies are given to the Indiv- Moret, 3 BR, 1 1/2 Bath, Fla. 3939 evenings.FOR .

Thus a great industry and era of exploration of far-reaching iduals who achieve the best score Room, Garage, Refrig., Range,
effects on American history began. In 1715, a Nantucket squadron in each of: the categories and near schools, bases. $110.00 RENT Furn Apt. $65.00
of six sloops, 30 to 40 tons each, returned from an expeditionwith to the individual who is "most SP-1-4113 Three Bedroom house, Kit equip
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bonanza for the ship owners and crews. outstanding overall" in all cate- Riverside 1432 Rensselear Ave. WesconnettFOR

The whale was hunted so extensively that American: vessels gories. 3 rooms & bath, private ent.
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expansion of Yankee commerce and territorial acquisition. deal of competitive interest in UNFURN APT. 1318 S. McDuft Lake Shore, close to NAS &
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6.'r"t .i 1963
: \ = DYNAMIC &
..:.J'.,.:.>..;-.)..\:_:........:.!.."..:,;:.,...:".:':,..":.'.;.\...::-".:.......... '...... ,:.).:. -' ,. \ ........ and Reach with the highest in that den & bath. Adults. Private ent. SUPER 88 OlDSMOOILES -Demonstrator
'. '. '.. category ((29"). J.L.Byrne, AN, Convenient location. savings. PHIL HACKER
f; :t4 ,;: _: : had the finest score and set the REAL ESTATE: Thinking, buying, USN, RET.,DOWNTOWN OLDSMOBILE : -
1.... ._t.. .... ':. ""tI..., ". ._, new squadron record in "pullups" selling or Just asking advice call First & Main Streets.
r ((22)) and was also runner-up for Walter Bowen (AEC-Ret.) at Mil EL 4-4545, Home EV 9-5046
; : WJ. .t# the "Most Outstanding Overall" .
;
award. This second
was
.'. .. '..(:J: .C.I' I... '!'o.A' 4 ,f.,.... ,,'''i'". .- ".. .. .f 2'-' .. Byrne's
..'.:..:.... "'.;. : ..::z"U:, ,,:,, ,, ,":,:.. ;,:.. ,: )'::- ..' award in physical fitness. G.E.
:.. /h'r.. ... )."r: "..." ..' ,'". ;....} "...._. ..
.- ., ". '.-.:\..'.''''''' ,,.' :'.. ..... .;. ..,.,:, 'kII.. .:' .._ .1... ;' Heimke, AN, set a new squadron
\ \, .. .. ..
'
; '
.. \ : ; / *. .t.
.. '{ ,! ( ,
.. .t. 'to record and also
'.t. ...-. "" in si tups ((226)),
". I'(; "I. .;t;:'...../\';'\)' \..'','. .'..";,jo'; ''''.':':_"".!.\..:., .), 1 the
won "Most Over-
I:.:; :; : L l' ; ::. i 1J;l aU";: wapd, making Outstanding him the first
.' ":
: -. '' three-time winner. J.B.Phillips,
. : I.._ ,\I0."..,. .:,.. "' :"..........,.,...:1.. ..: 1i,5.c..;, AN, had the best time in the
\ :)
;
(. '\'...' .. ..: .,..;.. \ F..f..kI ':: 300 yd. shuttle run ((45 sec). 'W.D.
'. '. .! Honea AN, rounded out the group
{. ,) '.! ; .'-'" of
TtCa .IJ1" winners by his achievementsin
'!iP'C'i&'fi: -\ -- .... _t!'_. .. the category of Pushups ((44)).
; 1 :: The squadron is known as the
:
..rt.t FI-NEST squadron and its physi-
cal fitness is Just one .
Earliest picture' of whaling In America, showing methods example of its program outstanding perfor- -' ":';' "

of Indians In securing whales Inshore-an engraving by mance. During the annual Administrative PHYSICAL FITNESS PAYS. These five men have recently been
DeRry, 16th century visitor to French colony in Florida. and Material Inspection rewarded the fruits of their efforts in the President's Physical

Tit end prMtnlitloa (!Q) ''''. King: VMturM BjndletM. I_ the ComFairJax inspec- Fitness Program. They received a letter of commendation and a
For Official UM OnlyMWWHMMIMIMHMNIMMHMIIIMRMHMMI11IMUIIMUMN.NNWMWMHM tion team stated that "VAP62has trophy from Cdr. R.F. Roemer, CO of VAP-62. (L. to R.) J.D. Ross

.. .. : IINIIIII/1III.IIIIIIIIHllIltIIIllll..N.IIllllIItI""IItIIIl/ ... / ttIllU__ the best physical fitness pro- PH2-P1, J.L. Byrne, AN, G.E. Heimke, AN, J.D. Phillips, AN,
gram we have ever seen." W.D. Hones, AN. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by VAP-62)).




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::; k., r f,. \ Jax Skeet Team
r irR a vb'
}'\} AIIB1il
l@: %NEWSs$::'-) : ':'::: :':.::jf.W:; {,,*S R' 11; :.(':' :._ .if .K { Eyes West Palm


2 > Three members of the Navy Jax
Skeet team participated Sunday
In a 50 target event. Ken Rendert -
Softball Fever HitsSeason grass, AEC, knocked down 49 of
50 while Dr. Richard Parsons of
7, NATTU and Chief Warrant OfficerEd
Miller of Disease Vector Con-
Jax As OpensIntramural trol Center each hit 47 of 50.
.w-- The trio was practicing for the

Softball laun- three and Harold Gulden FIRST BALL-Lt. Cdr. R.W. Mansfield throws In good style as he West Palm Beach State Skeet
teams
Innings)
amid NARTU team, to the Championships set for this week-
tone the first ball, from a salty open
ched their official debut Mondayas held the VP-18 crew at bay to end.
HAS Intramural softball season. (Official U.S. Navy Photo)*
10 NAS teams Initiated opening the tune of only one hit while
games at four different fields on T.W. Holt, Rod Eulenfeld and Ken
the station. In looking for big Oliver made mince of the ball IIJIAMA.WORLDS' LARGEST J, A A.V
threats we find that NARTU, the at the plate for the winners. Fish Contest Set SELLING MOTOR SCOOTERV
NAS 1962 champions surged to a Another proverbial contender,
blistering start by imposing a 20 now in the guise of Patrol Squad-
to one tribulation on PatrolSquad- ron-Forty Five, bumped Overhaul For Noon Monday.
ron-EIghteen, last years Admir- & Repair eight to five. Bob Geiger, Rental Service
als Trophy winner. Outstanding Chuck Oyenik and Bill Landslttel, Low down oil mokes.
pitching from the old pro, Charlie the primary batting bombers Through May 3 payment. Free /lifetime
Thomas (who struck out seven In assisted VA-45's pitcher,Pat Hen- Bank rate Lub & Oil
son to his Initial pitching win of financing. changes.Jax .
the season.In Time is getting nigh I Don't
another rout Patrol Squadron- forget to toss your rod and reelor Vespa
IM GolfResults Sixty Two handed Fleet Air Wing pole In the back of the car Out Arlington
Eleven a 13-2 defeat behind the Monday. NAS Special Services 949 Arlington Rd. Expttttway 7W Ltft PH. 725.4866
hot bats of Mike Million, Charles will host a noon fishing contest
Sherman and Dick Bauer. As they from U a.m. until 1 p.m. on work
thumped balls through an error- days through May 3 with dally
prone FAW 11 Infield Ray Meados, prizes being given for the best PHONE
League standings in Jax Intra- the VAP-62 pitcher gave up only catches In large-mouth bass, bluegill
mural golf after one weeks play: three hits to win his first stal t. or bream and catfish. -
In the remaining two openers All active duty personnel are
American League Win, Loss Commissioned Officer's Mess beat eligible. Merely show up at Casa 359-5370
Aircraft Maintenance 12-8 while Linda Lake; on Birmingham Ave- Moei
VP-30A 1 0 Ordnance trimmed 679th A/C & nue next to the golf course, register 7 Days A Week HOM S
Wron 7-2. with a moniter who will be
A/C Maintenance 1 0 The NAS Athletic Director, on the lake's pier during contest
Frank McCaffrey listed 24 com- hours and commence. Grandprizes 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
VP-7 l' 0 peting teams in the American and will be given away at the con-
National leagues for working two clusion of the contest. 4000 PHILIPS HIGHWAYu.s.
Marines 1 0 Softball championships. When the The rules are: ( 1 Just South 0'Philip. Highway Plaza)

two winners are produced. they
FAW-11 0 1 play each other,the winner of which LICENSE- fishermen using rod
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or Squadron may accumulate
Hospital A 0 1 points toward the"Ironman cane pole, spinning tackle or fly
Trophy," a combined sports award rod may be used.
presented semiannually to the unit WITH THIS AD...... FREESECOND
National League Win Loss that amasses the greatest numberof BAIT artificial bait, worms,
points grasshoppers or crawdads may be
VP-30B 1 0 used. No shiners, bullhead min-
4 bimi //' nows or any other live bait except >
FAETU 0 1 1\\ small fish caught in Casa CAR
:t. I r. / Linda Lake will be used. Worms
NARTU 1/2 1/2 J1VA may be purchased at a nominalfee
with each mobile
\ at the NAS Fish Camp or an new
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'Officer'name: before What was she CIS[: Calls For Service

? ,

she: I was didn't married.have a Pentathlon AssistanceIn j

...wt

August of this year, many 2,500-meter amphibious cross

sports-minded military personnelfrom country race.

nearly 30 countries will Last year, with little opportunity 4aLITTLE a

gather in Stockholm, Sweden to for advance preparation, the U.S. v
compete in the annual "Sea Week" Navy entered a team in the

everythingalltomotlve event. "Sea Week" competition stagedat l
Sponsored by the C1SM (Conseil Athens, Greece. The U.S.
International du Sport Milltalre-- weU
8am-6pm team performed extremely
literally, the International Military under the circumstances. It is
Sports Council"Sea Week" is felt however that
by BuPers, ,
divided Into three separate events: with adequate time to select the
"
rowing, sailing and Naval most qualified applicants and by '
Pentathlon.The -
providing those selected with an -
U.S. Naval Academy has intensive training and conditioning

been given the responsibility of period the Navy team will performeven
selecting the rowing and sailing
better in the Stockholm
participants, and of coordinatingtheir events.

Pentathlon training. As for the Naval Selected personnel will be given LEAGUE BASEBALL-Navy Jax Ortega Senior Division
entrants the Chief of
special training for the Naval
; .y, Naval Personnel (In accordancewith Pentathlon at the Naval Amph'iblous Little League managers and respective team representatives prepare

BuPers Notice 1710 of 14 Base, Little Creek, Va., or at the to open their baseball season thll""Saturday. Managers are:
convenient March 1963)) is extending an invita- NAB, Coronado, Calif. This (L. to R.) Myron Betts, Ron Teefy, Stan Browning and John Yov

credit terms tion to all interested Navy and training will begin on or about anoff. Players are: ( L. to R. ) Junior Turner, Mike McEachern,

PHONE Marine Corps personnel to apply June L Tom Browning and Coy Whitener. (Official U.S. Navy Photo).
for the team. The Naval Pentathlonis
foreign and Persons Interested In applying
388-3516 a major testing of conditioning,
domestic should submit their applicationsIn
partsCATERING coordination and manual dexterity, accordance with BuPers Little League Opens Play Sat.Four .
of
obstacle
consisting an
course
TO MILITARY Instruction 1710.2A by May L
PERSONNEL race, a lifesaving contest, Included in the application shouldbe

seamanship, a utility swim, and a the authenticated results of each
teams comprise the new 20, at 1300 on'Mason Field. The
best effort in the following events: Senior Division Navy Jax Ortega day's agenda includes pre-game

Event 1 2,500-meter cross- Little League baseball group which ceremonies at which time last

country run carrying an Ml rifle. will produce its mighty mites Ina year's award winners are presented
Strap may be used and a brief double header
Protection sIs Saturday, April trophies.The .
Family
description of the course shouldbe
included. league for 13-15 year old
... boys Is sponsored by Southside
To Event 2 Add the times of the
Easy Buy
Ford, Coca Cola, NAS Aviation
following for one composite time: New Strike Zone Maintenance Department and
200-meter swim with fins. b
(a) ( )
Patrol Squadron Thirty. Respective -
Yes-even on a small salary, you can provide protection 100-meter swim with shirt and managers are Stanley G.
(c) 50-meter swim with Ml To Affect Pitcher
for yourself and for your family. pants. Browning, Johnnie P. McEachern,
Rifle held above the water. NOTE
:
the can help providefor Myron Betts and John Yovanoff.
Through Metropolitan,you a, band c must be performed
the future security of your family under a special within a one-hour period. The Major Leagues' Baseball Games will be played every
Playing Rules Committee voted Tuesday and Thursday at 5 p.m.
maximum Event 3 50-meter swim with
that to
Family Income Plan helps provide
unanimously to expand baseball'sstrike with all four teams meeting InSat-
protection at minimum! .cost to you. 3-pound weight. Zone.The new area reaches urday double headers beginning at
4 effort in the fol-
Event Best
Find out about it today, at no cost or obligation.Learn from the batter's knees to the 1 p.m. through July 6. Memorial
.
is insure lowing: (a) Pushups. (b) Pullups- shoulders.In 30) and July 4 will be
it
how easy and inexpensive to your (c) Situps (d) Standing broad Jump. Day (May )
the the strike dates.
past, zone was
open
future.HARRISON. shuttle ,((0 f) Jump
family's run.
(e) 300-yard
defined as that area between the Any 13-15 year old boy desir-
reach. These events described
batter's armpits and the top of ing to play should contact a little
in Instruction 6100.2A and
E. CONYERS JR. BuPers his knees. league official at the earliest pos-
be completed in one-hour
must a The new rule is designed to sible date. Senior Division officials -

Office: Elgin 6-2621 Residence: 389-2089 period.All speed up the game by cutting are CDR D.A.Beyer, Vice
four of the above events must
down the number of walks. President; F.L Miller,AEC,Player
Life Insurance Company be completed within a 48-hour
Metropolitan Batting Star Stan Musial of the Agent; Mrs. Eva White, Sec-
period.NA St. Louis Cardinals thinks the and Conces-
new Treasurer
337 West Fbrsyth Street, Jacksonville 2, Fla. retary
rule is not going to hurt the batters sions; Mr. Alex White, Equipment

since most are high ball hitters. Manager.of .
Speed ball hurler Don Drysdaleof
the Dodgers said he didn't thinkit

would affect him as he is a low the National League expectsthe

ball pitcher. new rule to open the game."I .

VYUCOMPARE The strike zone has never think it will help the more
bothered San Francisco Giants' finicky hitters who will receive

outfielder Willie Mays, but he more opportunities to swing."
doesn't know how it will affect However, all agree now that

the pitchers. "As for me," says the regular season has started,

PER *O- Willie, "I Just go up and swing; the batters, pitchers and umpires
: 4 BEDROMS 2 BATHS $62.00 PAYS ALL that's all." should be adjusted to the new

ly lj MjLAivWV / 4 BEDROOMS 1 l/2 BATHS $ Q.no PAYS re*ALL.MO. Veteran umpire Tom Gorman change. (AFPS)
WPW
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14 JAX AIR NEWS

;T i:1i--J: Better Fishing To Copt I '


I y eta $1 More Says CommissionFlorida's I

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fishermen can look Increasing population of fisher-
forward to more fish and better men. The big question facing the
fishing under the proposed Fresh Commission Is not fish manage- (
Water Fishing Improvement Bill ment, but the cost of fish manage-
The bill which would Increase the ment. The Fresh Water Fishing
cost of fishing licenses one dollar Improvement Bill provides that the
Is sponsored by the Florida Wild- one dollar Increase on fishing I
life Federation and other active licenses be set aside for fishing

sportsmen's groups, and will be Improvement.Other .
Introduced during the 1963 legislative provisions in the bill
session, said A.D. Aldrich, include a framework for establishment -
., director, Game and Fresh Water of fish management areas
t : Fish Commission. through a cooperative agreement
.;ia'\:> :, In explaining the provisions of between the Game and Fresh Water
the bill, Aldrich stated, we have Fish Commission and the Boardof
: fa' proven that with modern fish County Commissioners in which
", management techniques we can Improve such fish management areas are
( the fisherman's catch. All located. All fishermen, except
JUDO OFFICERS.Her l Htrtl You boys l It Is really all right, however as the terappy three are that Is needed is revenue answer residents more than sixty-five
the newly elected officers of the Jax Navy Judo Club. They are: (L. to R.), vice president, RobertD. the problem providing additionalfish years of age and children under
Etheridge; sergeant at arms, John D. McCarron and president, Dewey L. Stewart. The secretary and fishing areas for an fifteen, would be required to havea

treasurer, Robert C. Thompson is not pictured. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)). --- ----- license to fish on such area.
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This sign points the way to
Judo Club To Meet Japan GRACIOUS LIVING....



Champions Tomorrow NightTomorrow

JACKSONVILLE
evening the Jax Navy be in Florida until April 27. the Jax Navy Judo Club. Willie,
Judo Club will drive to the Bishop Each year the Jax Navy Judo of Special Services, is the 135 TRAILER
Kenny High School gymnasium on Club participates in numerous lb. Florida State Champion three
Roosevelt Blvd. to observe tech- tournaments. And, this season years running.Bob .
niques of two world famous alone, the organization has par- of Disease Vector Control *
Japanese judo experts. From 7:00 ticipated in the Florida Judo Center, holds a second degree
until 10:00: p.m. Mr. ToshiroDaigo, Championships In St. Petersburg; black belt and serves as chairmanof
twice all-Japan Champion and Mr. Olympic Development TournamentIn the ranking committee for the -"V
Mastaoshi Murata, the Japanese Tampa; The Florida Invitational Jax Navy Judo Club. He Is the
police champion will conduct a Tournament In Eau Gallie and a senior judo man in this area.
free Olympic Development Judo team tournament against the USS Classes for interested servicemen
Clinic for judo enthusiasts in Shangri-La at Mayport. are presently being conductedon
the area. The two Japanese, Willie Jones and Bob Jones are Monday and Wednesday even- "THE NATION'S LARGEST
Daigo a seventh degree black belt, among outstanding members of ings from 6:30 to 8:30 in Bldg.
Mastaoshi a fifth degree, are being 726. The club also holds Saturday MOBILE HOME CHAIN"
sponsored by the AAU, Florida IM Bowling development classes for children
Judo Yudanshaki and the Duval between 6-16 years old and for
County Recreation Department. NAS keglers, rotating Into whatis women from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. 5887 ROOSEVELT BLVD.-PHONE EV 8-3564
They are currently conducting one roughly the last quarter of a In the club's most recent elec-
of many statewide clinics designed round robin schedule, find that tion the following officer posts
p to increase judo interest and will some remorse and some rejoyceover were selected: president, Dewey
that unpredictable ladder L. Stewart from MAD, brown belt;
called standing. Friday April 12 vice president, Robert D.
TeamShootingNeeds postings found the Falcons back Etheridge from 679th AC&Wron,
in first over the Chiefs by 1/2 black belt; secretary treasurer,
Help- game, In the American League.And Robert C. Thompson of VAP-62, CA
still In first Is who., but white belt; and sergeant at arms,
the Hornets holding fast to their John D. McCarron from NARTU,
Try Your LuckNew Continental League lead while the white belt. USED

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APRIL 1963 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 15
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PO12, -... Club Today'srrABC's" Key I



Cocktail Room To Self PreservationBy

;, Marc Whetstone, J01

..... "JIf \ In this era of atom warfare,
.
Open DailyThe 4.. ct _".; ,_ __. the key formula of self preser-
OPENING NIGHT attendance for opening night of the P01 and vation is the knowledge of today's
2 Club were (top L. to R.) Earl Ford, TD1, and his wife Elaine; ABCs-prlmarlly Atomic, Biolog-
Martha and Dennis Murrin, TD2; and Marie and Dennis Freese icl and Chemical.
,
newly opened First and TD2. Johnny Jelinek's orchestra playing the twist drew enthusiasts Deliverance of this knowledgeIs
Second Class Petty Officers Mess onto the dance floor. (Official U.S. Navy Photos Marc widespread throughout our mil-
(Open)will feature Western Night Whetstone, J01)) by itary forces each day by units suchas y
tomorrow evening In the cocktail the Naval Air Maintenance

lounge with music by the Country Training Group based here at M 1ery
Drifters.On NAS Jax.There.
Saturday night the Cappies are two Instructors
Combo will be on the stand followedby assigned to the group who con-
the Kay Ryan Trio Plus One duct courses year-round to some
on Sunday evening's billing. ::1. 2,400 students within the south-
Beginning Sunday, April 21, and i it eastern United States. They are
every Sunday thereafter, the Club Chief Damage Contrnlman GeorgeW.
will hold Game Night from 5:30 Daniels and Chief Hospital
p.m. until! 7:30: p.m. Another regular Corpsman James L. Tuck. On 1
Game Night will be Tuesdays occasion there are times when

beginning April23 from 8p.m. until these men even carry their Instruction HOT BUT NECESSARY it this
closing. to units serving outsidethe
impermeable protective clothingworn
The Club's lounge will be open continental U.S., such as thosein by Chief G.W. Daniels as
week with hours of Puerto Rico.
seven days a
he checks for ABC with
operation Monday through Thurs- Both men, to qualify for sucha agents
day from 11:30 a.m. until 12:45 critical assignment, have been chemical field sampling kit.
p.m., and from 4 p.m. until mid- graduated from theArmy Chemical (Official U.S. Navy Photo by
night. Friday's hours arethesame Corps School at Fort McClellen, Marc Whetstone, J01)).
during daylight except closing time Anniston Ala. In fact, this isa
will!! be 1 a.m. Saturday, the Club ... requirement of all ABC Instruc- Wrapping up the course each
: ._
student (is familiarized with an
will be open from 11:30 a.m. Until ----- ----- tors, who for the most part, are
until midnight. popular dance music artists. outline of disaster control actions
selected from the commissionedranks.
1 a.m. and on and
Sundays
holiThere will be featured nightly Another feature of the POl and which should be taken in the event
days, the hours are 11:30: a.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 2 Club is the package store whichIs The course of Instruction Chiefs of ABC disaster. This covers
------ --- -- -----
open Monday through Friday DanieL and Tuck present consistsof not only the action taken on organ-
from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m., 24 classroom hours. It is com- izational levels but the personal
and 4 p.m. until 9 p.m. Satur- prised of training in chemical responsibilities each man must
I Do Your Summer Bowling At I day's hours are from 11:30 a.m. warfare, protective measures and undertake which are necessary to
until 6 p.m. The store will be remedial actions, as well as train- insure adequate recovery in a dis-
closed Sundays and holidays. Ing in gas detection and use of aster control program.
Daniels, who has been with the
Central Lanes protection equipment.
Demonstrations of the various group two years, and Tuck, a year
of shown and a half, have traveled thousandsof
types agents are duringthe
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relative to biological warfare. the last fiscal year, to such major
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Little Theater (cont. from page 1)) the
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Led by Commander Joseph L.
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Washington (AFPS) The Navy opinions of Vice Adm. Hyman G. the joy of a long awaited home- WEEKEND\
has proposed to the Secretary of Rickover, theAtomicEnergy Commission coming is enhanced by the assurance _
Defense that all new ships of and many Congressionalleaders of having served withdis-
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excluding the nuclear submarines. operations, the Valions feelworthyof
Navy Lodge Secretary of the Navy Fred the proud title of "Double E"
4t Korth and Adm. George W. An- Squadron Fifteen.
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#696 To Hear expressed their new views In a

letter to Secretary of Defense More recent studies reveal that Mis ses' Strapless Bra
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