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Creation Date: May 2, 1962
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VOL. 21 NO. 8 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 2 MAY 1963




Navy Relief Drive Offers $10,000 In Prizes -1;




Campaign Opens May 4 ,




Q P n To Raise $35,000 .


By Mae Spencer, J01

Navymen and women at local Navy commands have a unique opportunityto I
help their fellow shipmates and to maybe win a fine prize for them- .
selves as the annual drive for contributions for the Navy Relief
Society begins Saturday, May 4. The drive continues through June 6.
holds the fund campaign -
The
Society
expected to be held on Monday,
during this period in June 3 and Thursday June 6 at
$10,000IN commemoration of the sea-air
the NAS BandshelL ,
battles of the Coral Sea and Mid-
PRIZES Books containing six donation
way.A. tickets will be available for
$35,000 goal has been est- I
trlbutlon on Friday, said C diS-1<
ablished for the com-
participating
mander K. J. Weber, Chair [
mands at NAS' Jacksonville; NAS, Tickets and Distribution Co
Cecil Field: NS Mayport, NAS San- mince. When a person done
\ ford and NAS
Glynco. $2.50 he will be entitled to tn
Some In will be
$10,000 prizes I
ead
"free" or "extra" ticket In
offered all donators. Prizesare
$10,000 IN PRIZES will be offered to all donators to the 1963 Navy Relief Drive which begins expected to to Include three 1963 book of six after he has sold thfe' (

here on Saturday, May 4. Here Cdr. E. H. Daughtrey, Fund Drive Chairman, Lt. Cdr. Ralph McClure automobiles and many other worth- five paid tickets It was revealed.
Publicity Director and Capt.James R. Compton, Executive Vice President, Jacksonville while items, announced Fund Drive It was emphasized by Navy Re- !;
Auxiliary, NR Society discuss the drive. A $35,000 goal has been established for the participatIng Chairman, Commander E. H. lief Drive officials that the pur-
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of for the free
chase tickets prizes
commands at NAS, Jax; NAS Cecil Field; NS Mayport; HAS Sanford and NAS Glynco. (OfficialU. Daughtrey. Is only Incidental to the campaign. I,
S. Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)) Drawings for the pries are Contributions may be made by

individuals without exchange for t{

cdr. Botte UV' Rickenbackcr tickets If the donor prefers. |l
Capt. Pays This once a year campaign to
help Navy and Marine Corps fam-
ilies has the personal endorsement ,
New Skipper of Admiral George W. Anderson,
Patrol Squadron 16 Surprise Visit Chief of Naval Operations. lie

Of Patron said In a recent notice outlining
lO details of the drive, "As Chiefof
By Bob Ohl, JOCS and! Marc Whetstone, JOl,
Naval Operations, as well as
Command of Patrol Squadron Twenty-one years ago a weak Boutte It was their first meeting had to be placed In one of the Chairman of the Navy Relief Society
Sixteen changed hands last Tuesday smile lit up the seamed face of since that day In 1942 when the plane's two cockpits while Rick- I am personally familiar with Its
when Commander Lester H. Captain Eddie R'ickenbacker as a commander then a first class enbacker and the other rescued activities both from the humanit-
Boutte moved up from the executive Navy enlisted man helped him out radioman, had spotted the driftingraft airman were strapped to the wingsof arian viewpoint and Its substantial
officer position to the commandingofficer of a life raft In which the cap- from the back of an OS2U the aircraft. contribution to the high service
status. Commander tain and two others had spent an Kingfisher scouting plane.On The pilot of the rescue plane, morale. I know the work Is nec-
Charles E.Rodgers,who skipperedthe epic 21 days. that South Pacific scene, one Lieutenant W.F. Eadie of Evanston, essary, Important, and well done.It .
antisubmarine unit for one Last Tuesday, the same seamed of the captain's companions was 111., then taxied his pontoon- is my confident hope that the
year, will assume duties as the face smiled this time ill from and
again as seriously exposure (Continued on page 4)) Interest and support of the entire
staff operations officer of Fleet he watched his rescuer, now a _---- Naval Establishment will Insure a
Air Wing 1L commander, take over the reinsof generous response to this appeal.In .
Cdr. Boutte reported to VP16In Patrol Squadron Sixteen here at these times of large deployments -
October of 1961 as the squad- the Naval Air Station,Jacksonville. unexpected orders, and
ron's operations officer, then While Rickenbacker smiled with other service exigencies, the.. 't
assumed the executive duties
one pleasure and amusement, Com- Society's services are a vital
year ago, serving In this capacity mander Lester H. Boutte's smile factor In the peace of mind of
until over the reins this
taking was one of pure amazement as our personnel."
week. the presence of the captain wasa Next week's Air News will carry
The new commanding officer well kept secret, arranged by the complete prize list along with
served as a radioman first class officers of the squadron, and photographs of the top prizes.
the greater part of World War II, planned for weeks. ,
being ordered to flight trainingIn For Rlckenbacker and Cdr. Player's Select
1943. He was commissionedan
Ensign and designated a Naval Second Production"The

Aviator In December 1944. Follow- NATTU Trains .....
8 Windjammer the
ing numerous duties with air units p a ( Vy Players"
attending several schools and ( Jl NAS Jax Little Theater group
being the engineer, operations and 6 IndonesiansSix (J announced It has selected "My
executive officer of a U.S. Sixth l) Three Angels" as Its' next pro-

Fleet ship, Cdr. Boutte was the Indonesian Navymen are duction.
officer In charge of the BuPers studying to become Aviation Elec- Casting dates have been sched-
Leadership Field Teams, Atlantic trician's Mates at the Naval Air uled for Tuesday and Wednesday,
Fleet, while assigned to the staff Technical Training Unit under the May 7, and 8, at 8:00: p.m. at the .
of Commander, Atlantic Fleet provisions of the Military Assis- Teen Club, Bldg. 804.
Naval Air Force. tance Program. Capt. Rickenbacker greets Cdr. Boutte at VP-16 change of Com- All hands, officer and enlistedare j
Prior to reporting to VP-16, They Include Sgt. II Suprapto mand ceremonies held Tuesday. Some 21 years ago Cdr. Boutte welcome to try out for the
the commander served as the Marto, Sgt. II W. Rahardjo, Sgt. II spotted Capt. Rickenbacker who had been in a life raft some 22 parts, said a Windjammers
maintenance officer of Patrol Mohammad Namin, Sgt. II Ukur day in the Pacific during WWII. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron spokesman. There aresevenpartsfor
Squadron Five. (Continued on page 8)) Gardener, PH2-P1)) men and four for women.

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Navy Relief': An Aid Station Traffic 'JAX AIR NErWS


Violation RecordThe \ I


Standing Behind YouOnce following is a reportof The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper

motor vehicle accidents and published each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,

traffic violations for the period Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a

a year we Navy people have a chance to help our own in the Navy April 22 through April 28. private firm. All copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR

Relief Society annual call for contributions. Some of us may think of NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,

this as Just another fund drive. Some may wonder how this Society actually NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis Box 2, : NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before

helps Navy people. Throughout the drive the Air News will bring publication. News items are welcomed from all sources-
22 through
week

you some of the actual case histories of how the Society does aid the 28 .................April................. 12 Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8164.
Navyman. Total accidents this through Advertisements are solicited by ,the publisher and, queries
year
One of the areas is Medicare. As dental work for his wife from one April 28 ........................107 concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing..
it is known by all. Medicare does of the Navy Relief Auxiliaries. Number of accidents during Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida

r ... not provide for routine necessary During the Interview it was apparent April, 1962 ..................... 75 Telephone 359-5140 or 359-027L
the
for but
dental care dependents
that the young man was eli-

Society spent some alone.$300,000 in gible for a grant for the entire NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE VOL. 21 NO. 8 2 MAY 1963
this area I
1962 on sum and this was urged on him. LAST INJURY IN MOTOR
The extent of the assistance in
refused the and the unfolding -
Manual for He grant VEHICLE ACCIDENT.... 4
accordance with the of the story behind this is

Auxiliaries, is limited and"that the type of reward the Auxiliary NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis USE LEAVE .IME....
is not
treatment necessary" people receive for their work. week ...................57 ..

merely desirable. The dental Society officers His young wife apparently had Speeding ......................16 t' 4i xrr; .ut
conferred with Navy never had the slightest bit of den Reckless Driving............ 3 :!

constituted to ascertain desirable what work actually and tal care, was the ugly duckling ofa Going through Stop Sign.... 5 .... :... :,. >:''' ..c. .. .."0't''f''I '''d.I' :','''''''Y"'

discussed with large family,greatly put upon and Other violations .............33 .w.'oC. :"'!'\. "'" .,..,..
further this was a .l.
.
the drudge.He Forty-eight drivers appeared ... }: s
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local dental association.One
wanted to show her how very before the Traffic Hearing Boardat .;': '" I'f l.. 1r "''ftr'
!
is the 1J' 'J'"r..,;
interesting case storyof ; ;! \
for .
much he loved her by paying ,
29.
a young sailor who requested a the meeting held on April ..:..lt. :;.', .'I; ....r
work of his What a J '
this out pay. Disposition of the cases includethe : ;'' t.
rather large loan for extensive rut J.r ,
magnificent to make up in a lost
way following: eight drivingand .(t.
heart shaking measure for the aboard the /(',r ,
parking privileges
Safe drivers always believe In misery of her earlier life and what station; 19 were assigned to com- .4,..:.,:.t'.'

and obey signs.It foundation for a lasting, Il-' .
a glorious plete an eight-hour course in remedial !' ,I
is common knowledge that happy marriage. driving Instruction;19 were ::1tJ1'

when traffic signs and laws are suspended; and four were given ".'(:r. ,

"yed, accidents go down. Traffic Bureau Action On warnings. t'I.i":,,,
rol signs and signals are .,
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aced in specific locations where Duty Free Gifts Up The Ladder ,.t

special regulations apply or where -\.
certain hazards are not clearly Delayed 6 Months Thirty-two NAS Jax civilian employees -

evident. They also provide Information were promoted in accord-
on direction, routes and Washington (AFPS) -,The CUs- ance with the Station's Merit Pro-
destinations. The signs have toms Bureau has decided to delay motion Program. 4) /

standard shapes and colors that action on its proposal to reduce Promoted at Overhaul and

give drivers an indication of whatIs duty-free gift limitations from $10 1: ..
Repair Department were: Jerry ..4.. !' '
ahead before he to $1, for at least six months. .." tUI r1\f, !g. ,.
is close enoughto .. l ; .
Control Clerk
Stock .
from .
Cote t
.
read the wording. An eight- Since the announcement last GS-3 to Aircraft Metal Fabricator; f. ..,.... .,. ,j"..,";.,'i;.":: ) ,...,,...,. >' ,,';'j,.. ',..., t

sided sign means"Stop". Diamond January, the bureau says there Frank from Helper Gen-
shaped signs warn drivers to slow have been fewer violations of the Courtney 1
eral to Packer; Conrad DeLoach, 0O1'1tOARPOur IT
down for dangerous situations. customs regulations governingfree Dean I. Guess, Russell B. Kelly,
Triangular signs mean "Yield Import of gift packages.An Linwood Kent and Stefan J.

Right Of Way" and a round sign even closer watch Is to be Szczecina from Aircraft Cleanerto
warns of a railroad crossing. kept for the next six months. United
., Metalsmlth (AviationRaymondFelton ){ StatesBy
Then the Customs Bureau will decide -
Square or rectangular signs give Aircraft Cleaner to
information on regulations and dir- whether to continue the free
Packer; James W. Hucks from / Kurt W. Kelpe, SKCA
ections. Import prlvdpge as it now standsat
Disobeying traffic control signs $10, to reduce it to $1 limitation Asst. Production ControlmanA/C( Our type of democracy never has of the press and freedom of speech.
Mechanic General) ) to
and signals is one of the greatest! proposed earlier or to propose ations ( Aircraft Assem-oper- to conceal secrets from friends. Openly and with fearless faith,our
causes of accidents. some other modification. Analyst ( Indeed, It Is just the 'opposite democratic principles are repre-
blies Odie B. Kast from Elect-
); displays Its responsibilities and sented daily in our flag of red,
ronics Mechanic to Operations Ideals In the
marketplace for the white and blue.
Analyst (Electronics Mechanic);
whole world to see. Contrary to There are those in this world
Richard J. Kemen from Mech-
the communist line of reasoning, today, who, in their confusion,
anical Engineer, GS-7 to Mech-
democracy's principles are unvar- abandon democracy for the
anic Engineer (Industrial Equip-
nished and uncluttered with
deceptive ideas of the communistline.
NiI.PP ment), GS-9 John L. LaDaviaand
Frank E. Rivers from Air- complicated phraseology. Simply These are the people who
stated, these principles are the is
firmly believe that the grass
craft Cleaner to Aircraft Metal
four freedoms: freedom from else's
always in someone
Fabricator H. McLemore greener
from Production; George Controlman (A/C want, freedom from fear, freedom back yard. They trade their life-

Mechanic General to Sr. Pro- time of freedoms for pleasures of
( )) Dept. to Accounts Maintenance

P duction Controlman (A/C Mech- Clerk, GS-4, Comptroller Dept. the moment.

I anic (General)); Nettie 0. Taylor Dorothy B. Decuers from Clerk- But, let us not deceive ourselvesInto

v from Helper Upholsterer to Up- Stenographer, GS-4, Industrial believing that democracy is

holsterer; and John W. Williams Relations Dept. to Time, Leave .ne cure-all for the ills of the

from Metalsmith Aviation to Operations & Payroll Clerk, GS-4 Comp- world. To be fully appreciated,Its

SAFETY Analyst (AlrcraftAssemblies troller Dept.; Myrtle C. Jackson principles and concepts must be

ISLE ). from EAM Operator, GS-3, Data ived and practiced dally. Our
Promoted in Supply Departmentwere Processing Dept. to Accounts country, the United States of

: Annie L. Baker and EdwardD. Maintenance Cl*.rk, GS-4, Comp- America, is cognizant of the chal-

Liles from Stock Control Clerk, troller Dept.; Vernon K. Jones lenge that this way of life pre-

GS-3 to Same, GS-4; Roma N. from Warehouseman, Supply Dept.to sents and has attempted through

Cowan from Stock Control Clerk, Metalsmith (Aviation) Over- education, religious indoctrinationand

GS-2 to Same, GS-3; James W. haul & Repair Dept. Cecelia T. practice to show the world

Land from Laborer to Ware- McDannold from Secretary (Sten- the dignity and integrity that can

houseman; Fabiola A. Rodriguezfrom ography), GS-4, Data Processing be man's lot, if only he would weigh

Stock Control Clerk, GS4to Dept. to Same, GS-5; James A. the products, Communism and
Same, GS-5; Catherine I Still- Mitcham from Plant and
Account Clerk Democracy, In the balance
man from Stock Control Super- gs-4 Comptroller Dept. to Metal- determine which one Is wanting.

visor, GS-5 to General Supply smith (Aviation) Overhaul & Re- Then, the right thinking, right liv-

Supervisor, GS-6; Dorothy S. Wood pair Dept.; Ernest E. Pennington ing individual will truly recognizethat
from
LYr Stock Control SupervisorGS4 to Laborer, Supply Dept. to Helper our nation's motto "In GOd We
-
to Same GS-5.
,
(General) Overhaul & Repair Trust" and the word Democracy go
Those promoted in miscellaneous Dept.; and Boyca N. hand road
W\M GuQ. Tomberlin in hand on the straight
groups were: Geraldine H. from
g Bookkeeping Machine Oper- ahead, the bright tomorrow.
Bennett from Time, Leave & ator, GS-2,
Comptroller
"
Word"
Dept. to (Reprinted from The )
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Clerk
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Delayed Interest Collected Later

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WILLIAM A. DUNN sion'to 1971. Then they can be con- debt management and would rathernot perhaps to a time when retirement
Deseret News Financial. Writer verted to H Bonds to earn interestfor see them cashed' for reasons makes the overall tax burden
another 10 years.Interest based on misconceptions. lighter.U.S. .
Are you one of the millions of Second, it feels that many bond Saving Bonds can be pur-
Americans looking for a retire- Free owners are doing themselves a chased at any'commercial bank,

ment program to supplement The Interest paid on bonds Is disservice. By not realizing that trust company, mutual savings
social security, a program requiring free of taxes unless they are their bonds are still earning bank and other financial insti-
a minimum amount of cashed before or at original Interest, many savers cash themat tutions. They may be purchasedon
knowledge and effort to carry maturity. But by taking advantageof a time when they are actually the payroll savings plan and on
through? extensions a bondholder earning more than ever before the bond-a-month plan by indivi-
New features of U.S. Savings project his tax payment on accrued (Interest paid on bonds starts low dual depositors of many com-
Bonds may be the answer. Interest Into the period of his life but builds to a maximum at ma- mercial banks.
What does the average wage when his tax exemptions will be the turity). There Is no cost for this service
earner want in such a retirement greatest and his tax payments the there are no other fees and your g4
program? smallest. Taxes Due principal and interest are always VwME -

He wants a plan providing a The Treasury is particularly interested On top of that, when E Bonds are guaranteed against the risk of
convenient way of regularly accumulating In the tendency of some cashed the income tax on accrued market fluctuations. u EYa vvrl
funds without cost, people to cash in their bonds Justas interest is due. By holding on to Savings bonds may provide the
absolute safety of principal, assured soon as they reach the maturitydate E Bonds, or exchanging them for do-it-yourself retirement plan you
income at a reasonable rate, indicated on the bond. H Bonds, this tax can be deferred, are looking for.NOW.
some means of combatting infla- Treasury is sure many of these
tion and as many tax benefits as people would hold onto their bondsIf
possible. they realized that the bonds are

Fills Program still earning interest-long after
the originally announced maturitydate. HEAR THIS !
By regularly saving U.S. Sav- .
ings Bonds you can put together a
Double Reasons MILITARY PERSONNEL ONLY
program that most nearly fits the
bill.These The Treasury Is concerned for j MUST SHOW CARDS
E and H bonds are excel- two reasons: First, it values the
lent for people without the time, savings bonds as a fine aid in
training or inclination to regularly

supervise their Investments as Cap*. ComponentLIMITED
well as for the more sophisticated
investor who desires thecombination Rickenbacker
of features they offer.
They are safe from physicalloss i LIMITED
theft or destruction and their Pays Y-16.Vlslt _, \
security is backed by the full creditof ,, e rl! TIME
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the United States Treasury. (Continued from page 1)) ONLY

supported aircraft for nearly 40
Tailor Made
miles until a PT boat interceptedthe
By regularly purchasing savings seaplane and assumed the con- ;
bonds you can tailor make your own tinuation of the rescue mission. qA4;
program for retirement.For Captain Rickenbacker became

example: Say you bought a well known to the American publicfor AUTOSLIM CHANGER $/l l145
$100 E savings bond (for $75)) each his exploits during the first
(with base ..____
month for 17 years and 9 months world war when he established his )
(when your first bond reaches the reputation as the nation's dutstand-
end of its first extended maturity ing air ace of the U.S.Army Air
period). You'd have E Bonds worth Corps. He earned 19 decorationsfor A tf PidoI"230t

$22,348. bravery, having shot down a _
Then you'd exchange your E total of 22 German planes and four e Q- 24 WATT INTEGRATED
Bonds for H Bonds, adding enoughin observation balloons. $OQ50OQ95
cash to round it out to $22,550H During World War II,the captain >r T STEREO AMPLIFIER -----
( Bonds are available in was called upon to visit various
denominations of $500, $1.000, Army Air Force units throughoutthe
$5,000 and $10,000)). Of this total Pacific area and prepare a -
:
$6,373 would be accrued Interest- report on the comparative valuesof TWO $
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but under the exchange privilegeyou the U. S. aircraft and thoseof

would pay no taxes on it at the enemy, together with his 'J. T. J-.. DOQ( )
the time of exchange. opinions on air combat techniques. ;. ; .I" .
It was on one leg of this special SPEAKERS____ $2995
Keep Principal mission that the B-17 Flying
Fortress Rickenbackerwas
From $22,500 in H Bonds, you'd carrying
forced to ditch on October 21,
checks for SHURE
get Treasury $506.25in 1942.
interest the first $810 the
year With the knowledge of Cdr.Boutte's LIMITED' $2400
next, then $900 a year for the next jJJJj CARTRIDGE.. ____
part in the rescue, threeof
,
eight years to maturity. This is
the officers decidedto "I
squadron's
$75 a month the same amount you SUPPLY !
extend Captain Rickenbacker i
originally invested. And you'd still
invitation which the Eastern Air REGULARLY $21785
have your $22,500 intact I
Lines executive
gratefully ac-
Tax on the accrued E Bond interest -
would, of course, be due cepted.To .
Lt. Joe Dressler, VP-16
when you redeemed the H Bonds
but your tax rate alter retirement public information officer;Lt.Carl COMPLETE COMPONENT
would undoubtedly make it easierto Leban, assistant administrative $18950FOR
handle. officer; and Lt. Cdr. Robert SYSTEM FOR ONLY

Thompson, administrative officer,
Cash"' In Bonds goes the credit for initiating the

The Treasury's records of bond invitation. But far greater praise
redemption indicate many Amer- goes to these men for keeping taut
icans haven't heard about the the cloak of secrecy which theyso YOUR LISTENING PLEASURE-
extensions granted bond holders. successfully draped over an unsuspecting -

'They'after maturity what cash date.their they think bonds Is within the days final commanding squadron officer. and its new nouf hgh; hdelifu; cenler


As an example Series E Bonds Some people have read so much
bought In May, 1941 reached their about the bad effects of drinking
first maturity date In 1951 They they've decided to give up reading. INC. I
were extended for another 10 yea is *

to 1961. In March of 1961 they were Making money is easy enough. ROOSEVELT MALL- LAKEWOOD SAN JOSEJACKSONVILLEr"

given still another 10 years exten- What's tough Is making a living.
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'd\ 1 BONDS CAN GROW into a fin. nest egg (for retirement if left to maturity. Here Cindy
Leong, PN3 and Jonas Swecker, YN2 of NAS Military Personnel discuss the bond program. Mill'tary

and civilian personnel may have savings bonds withheld from their pay through application to I
1't the Navy Finance Office.

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: Military Honors with the Thresher. The farmer had driven his team
'4 4k Those assisting in the services of mules to town and was late

S ?S included Lieutenant CommanderE. returning.
W. Bryant, NAS Chaplain; D.L. "What took you so long?" asked
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I'' 'Do Just A Little Bit MoreBy --' -


strong by members of MARS-IT
GySgt. Wes Ward, USMC of the 1st Marine Air Wing. I # ;4k '

The President's People to The letter was translated Into f 1
and forwarded here witha !
People Program has a particular English
meaning for a Marine Staff Serg- letter from Montgomery's for-
eant of the Marine Aviation mer Commanding Officer who E
Detachment here because he has said, "It is through men of your
been a part of the program. To character and generosity that the
SSgt Robert L. Montgomery It President's People to People Pro
means simply "doing just a little gram acquires meaning, mutual
bit more than you have to." understanding between countries
Last week the Sergeant receiveda 1, r t become effective and the road to

four page letter laboriously world peace is demonstrated. You rTh
written In Japanese characters have set high standards for those I
who follow in these altruistic
from the director of an orphan'shome TRANSLATION PLEASE-- "you
In the country hills of SSgt Robert L. Montgomery endeavors.
-.. Hiroshima. The letter outlined ders one of the thousands pon of EIGHTY YEARS OF SERVICE to their country brings awards to
in great detail and with all the Japanese characters in the four Korean Veterans Have two NAS Overhaul and Repair Department employees. John T.
humble timidity and deep sensi- letter of appreciation sent Until Sept. 13 to Change Cooper(left) and Ralph N. Meeks (center) respectively were each

tiveness of the Japanese the many him page from the Director of Japanese "RS" Insurance Policies presented with certificates signed by the Secretary of the Navy,
things accomplished by Sgt Mont- a Fred Korth for compiling 40 years of Navy and Federal service.
gomery during his tour with the Orphanage praising him Washington (AFPS) Korean Looking on is Dan R. Whiddon, Production Supervisor (Aircraft).
First Marine Air Wing in Japan.He for his efforts on their behalf Conflict Veterans holding "RS" The certificates were presented by Capt. James R. Compton
reported herein early April during his recent tour of dutyin Insurance policies have until Sep- NAS Commanding Officer. Cooper served 23 years in the Navy,
and has been assigned as an instructor Japan. (USMC Photo by tember 13 to take advantage of a and retired as a Chief Aviation Machinist Mate. He has workedat
with the Aviation Elect- GySgt Wes Ward) special Insurance dividend to be
NAS for 17 years. Meeks retired from the Navy after nearly
rician's School. who their RS
those convert
paid to
The director first outlined the was ashamed of the attitude of policies bearing a "W" prefix. 22 years service after advancing through !the ranks to Ensign.He .
great troubles problems and tasksof his countrymens' passive attitude About 165,000 veterans are eli- has worked here since October of 1944 (Official U.S. Navy
caring for and bringing hap- toward social welfare functions. gible for this dividend which applies Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)).
piness to the unfortunate childrenof He said they could learn much by only to those whose policy
the orphanage. She then very observing the Americans at work. are proceded by the An optimist and a pessimistwere worst, the pessimist said "I'll
carefully listed the conditions of Montgomery says simply it "umbers shipwrecked and in time bet I it's inhabited by wild men."
the grounds buildings health was something that needed doing Two actions are open ,to the veteran their raft came within sight ofa "Cheer up pal," said his com I
financial situation and morale of and they did it. He never mentions who wishes: to qualify for tropical island. Expecting the panion. "Where there are wild
the staff and children. She gives the fact he was the first Marineto the dividend: He can exchange his men there are wild women."
complete credit for tremendous visit the orphanage and It was "RS" insurance for a "W" term
improvements of all conditions to his leadership and encouragementthat policy at about,only one-third of
who most brought other Marines to spend .
Sgt Montgomery spent what he isnowpayinginpremiums.Although
of his weekends working at the their weekends working at the this type of term Insur-
orphanage and directing the act- orphanage and to set up a trust ance is not renewable after the insured -
ivities of other Marine volunteers fund that will insure future operation reaches age 50, it can be
during his 14 months in Japan. of the establishment long converted to a low-cost permanent
The orphanage director said after Montgomery and other insurance at any time while it is
that before Montgomery the only Marines are gone from Japan. in force. The second plan is to
"Marines she knew were the Jungle The quiet spoken, dedicated convert the RS policy to a per-
green helmet clad bayonet carry- Marine says, "too many of us manent plan insurance policy Im-
ing Marines of the movies and do too little for the community mediately.If .
books. She now states her opin- in which we live whether it be the "RS" policyholder takes
ion and understandings of Marinesand Jacksonville or Japan. I just either of these actions on or before -
Americans are completely felt like someone should help the September 13 deadline,he
changed since becoming acquaintedwith these people out and I, had the will receive his special dividend.
The thanks of the staff
time. ,
Montgomery.The These dividends have been averaging
letter addressed to Mont- the smile of happiness on the approximately $100 dependingupon
face of these homeless children
gomery's former commandingofficer the age of the Insured and how
in Japan but forwarded here made us all realize that we could
long he has held his policy.
states "the building. has been never do enough to satisfy our-
repaired painted firewood forthe selves." "Where is the balance of your
stoves and bathtubs have been The program began by rifle?"
cut and gathered, snow removed Montgomery last year Is still going "This is all they gave me, sir."

from the roof, roads cleared, food
provided and a great lift to the
spirits and happiness of the staff
and children are just some of the Yes, We're GoingTOGETHER
things accomplished since Mont-
gomery's first visit to the orphanage.

The." Marines working with Mont- p 1 After 85 years of service it has

gomery also changed the attitudeof

Americans.other Japanese The letter toward called the a well deserved rating!

attention to the fact that once a I WON'T HAVE TO STAY BEHINDTO You'll get no better service anywhere than at
prominent Japanese was visiting "SELL THE HOUSE". Household Finance. We fill the money needs of
the orphanage and observed Mont- over 100,000 men in uniform. When you need
gomery and other Marines covered extra cash-remember that fact.IWi .
IT PAYS TO DEAL WITH
PEOPLE WHO KNOW YOUR
with mire, working. He said he
PROBLEMS..THERE'S NO MOVING RESTRICTION Yw c.:., MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS
New Rule Prohibits 24 II U 6
WHEN
YOU DEAL WITH
table/ shows tampl p ytr pari tr pay.tr, pa
Leave-Travel Pay loan phnt. You can&orIM 5.93 1.29 10.01 18.48
row any amount va to 200, 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.91
For EM Extension $600 and arrange 300 11.79 21.88 3021 55.45
500 28.91 35.85 49.15 91.18
monthly payment fa fi' 600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80
Washington (AFPS) A new ruling -
your rw d.
by the Comptroller General CM;, frt ttmptittd at 3.n tint part oftcktdulej
-.. Mancti not txcttdmt$300
prohibits payment of travel allow- / 0 1 *nd 1%on my rrmaintUr.
ance and accrued leave to indivi-
duals who have entered into an extension -
period.For OF JAX WU DIRECT OUTLET HOUSEHOLD Fl

example if an enlisted man
has a June 1 separation date he "SPECIAL MILITARY DEALS
must reenlist on that date to receive 25 West
travel allowance and accrued IN HOMES ON WHEELS"DAN Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683

leave payments. Once he DuPREE Cedar Hills Shopping Center
enters on an extension he cannot 3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581
USN Ret.
receive these payments until he
reenlists following the terminationof 3958 PHILLIPS HIWAY PHONE 359-7121 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone 398-4541
his extension. Above office open Friday evening until P.M.PAGE.6 .



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f !
Carpenter these vacancies with newly- Sailors Go
created senior enlisted ratings and
Leaves Navy junior officers with special quali-
$ a
fications. Square and
After 32 YearsAnother CWO Carpenter, now 52, has
lived In Jacksonville since 1957.
member of a fast Born in Strongsvllle, Ohio, In Give Up TwistThe
vanishing breed of naval officers 1911, CWO Carpenter enlisted In
retired last Tuesday at ceremonies the Navy In February, 1931 and was Wesconnett De Molay
held at Heavy Photographic comm1sion d a Warrant Officer, Chapter 297 Is sponsoring a square
Squadron SixtyTwo.Chief Chief Machinist, In August 1944. dance on Saturday, May 4 from
Warrant Officer EdwardH. After retirement, he plans to 8:00 p.m. to 11:00: p.m. at the .Y vif
1
Carpenter, a veteran of 32 years travel about the country, visitinghis Wesconnett Elementary School, 57
and three months of service In the daughter and three grandchildren. Wesconnett Blvd. '
Navy dooned the attireof a civilian, Ray Baxter, who Is a profess- if br, u ti /
behind the thin ranks of ional caller of square dances, will
leaving now He expects to later enter a local
active officers. furnish his own music and calling.
duty warrant business college for special
Donations will be $.50 and
The Navy is "phasing out" the courses in the operation of busi-
children under 12 will be admitted
rank of warrant officer and filling ness machines.
free. :;;." 'H
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dial EV 8-7676 _J, ,i" T;. jfI rJ,

RECEIVING HIS APPOINTMENT as Lieutenant Commander Is
L MILITARY Robert J. Bogorowki, Comptroller Department Fiscal Officer.
Administering the oath is Copt. James R. Compton, NAS Com-
4 manding Officer. Lt. Cdr. Bogorowki reported here in March from
? UTO INSURANCE the Naval Station, Argentic, Newfoundland where he had been
s M the Assistant to the Supply Officer. (Official U.S. Navy Photo

by Marc Whetstone, J01)).
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SSJCI! ? Vets RemindedTo Honor Classes
6463 Roosevelt Blri-Neu NAS-Jickianrllli
Member Of F.D.I.C.

Check Each Are SelectedAt

GET AMISSILE SERVING
SOUTHWEST BeneficiaryThe
NATTU
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AGE DEAL! COUNTY WITH
COMPLETE most serious problem fac- It Is Class 6301 for the Ord- -
CONVENIENT ing veterans who holdGI Insurance nancemen and Class 6309 for the
COMMERCIAL MODERN Is to keep their beneficiary listingup Electricians in the latest Honor
NEW CARS BANKING to date.A Class selections at the Naval Air
Lowest Prices SERVICES recent survey disclosed that Technical Training Unit.
.Highest Trade-in Allowance 49 percent of GI policyholders had The Aviation Electrician's Mate
NDURSDII.FM some form of error In their bene- Class "A" School named Class
.Easy Terms- The Nicesest Treatment in Town T.ll.lJOAM4AOPMhil.rJD ficiary listing and in one-third of 6309 for the week of Apr. 15-21.
All
J AMPM D.N. the cases the major beneficiary The AO-A School selection was
L USED CARS 771-6161 designation had to be changed,B.J. for Apr. 29 May 5.
Gannon Officer In Charge, VA Of- Honor Classes are chosen for
Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots fice, Jacksonville, reported.In outstanding scholastic achievement /
I 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Kings Ave. far too many cases, Gannon military appearance as ,
Full One-Year Guaranteed Warranty pointed out, any similarity be- determined from daily personnel \
the the Inspections and military behavior ..J
On Car SoldSHOPINTHESHADOWOFTHE50FOOT tween person persons veteran
Every
an wanted to get his insurance Including maintenance of living
I (LANDING1OULIVARD'' benefits and those who actually spaces and disciplinary action. '
MISSILE
would get it was strictly co- Members of Honor Classes are !
incidentalThe excused from cleanups and
@J GORDONTHOMPSON"Jacksonville's WESTSIDE: VA Is compelled by law to watches the week after their selec
'"
pay only the beneficiary of record tion.remarried'
when it settles a life insurance
Center" 9 /icI1J 1i claim, Gannon said.
Most of the major errors arise since designating his
when a veteran, who had originally insurance beneficiary, or who has
designated a parent as a bene- had children, and now wishes to
ficiary, marries and forgets to bring his beneficiary designation In
name his wife, or later, hIs children line with his present wishes should l
as beneficiary and co-bene- send these changes to the VA Insurance -
ficiaries, the VA has found. office to which he pays
Any veteran who has married or his premiums.
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changes In command, ship
Ask Ship PIO For anniversaries, Arctic and An-

tractic deployments,space launch-

Choice Postmarks events.ings, holidays and special naval

Navphilately is a hobby of col- Naval cachets and postmarksmay
lecting postmarks or cachets of be Obtained by sending your
S naval ships and stations. request !;land a stamped self-
The hobby is enjoyed by addressed;envelope to the Public
r 4" thousands in the United States, and Information Officer or the Postal
Clerk of:the naval ship of
many countries around the world. your
Collectors of naval ship cachets choice.
and postmarks are particularly Interested For further information on this
in obtaining envelopes fascination hobby send a stamped
,
commemorating keel layings, self-addressed envelope to: W, R.
.. v'a launchings, commtsslonlngs. Skelley, Jr., YNC, USN, 1210 Earle
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will teach them to operate and maintain. The sign on the machine is a poignant reminder of the

emphasis I on safety apparent throughout the course. Shown here, left to right, Suprapto Marto,
Wachid Rahardjo, Ukur Suprijatnadi, and Mohammad Namin. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by NATTU)
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Navy Plans Increased NATTU Trains

I 6 IndonesiansContinued GREYHOUND SERVICE !

Nuclear ASW StudyThe ( from page 1))

Suprijatnadi, Sgt. II pranggono and

Navy plans to Improve Its ejected Into the atmosphere when Sgt. II Abdul Sjahld Wid ja ja. Sgt. t
protection of ships and planes from the bubble ruptured. This "blow- II is the equivalent of the U.S. Navy Now for 'the first
shock waves and radioactive mat- out" results In a dense cloud con- P03.Marto \
erials. These unfavorable effects taining a high level of radioactive Rahardjo, Namin and T/me-Tfcru/ Service
occur while delivering shallow- material. Suprijatnadi came directly from
water antisubmarine nuclear depth When the pressure of the gasesin Indonesia to the school. Pranggonoand Now, for the first time, the
charges.The the explosion bubble Is less Wldjaja made 6 week stopoversat traveler can ride straight thru
test results are expectedto than atmospheric at the time of the Naval Intelligence School in from Jacksonville to California
provide a foundation of know- the rupture, "blow-In" occurs.In Washington, D.C., for English lan- by bus. No connections to make
ledge particularly useful toweapons these cases, the explosion resI- guage study. ...no change of bus or baggage.
designers and operational due In the bubble will remain Suprijatnadi and Wldjaja will attend This Is Just one of many major
commanders who are concernedwith underwater and be much less ofa AE-D School upon completionof service step-ups recently in-
obtaining maximum effectiveness hazard to the vehicle deliveringthe AE-A School, Suprijatnadi, Ra- augurated by Greyhound.The .
from nuclear ASW systems charge. hardjo, Pranggono and Widjaja will new schedules I are
routed straight thru from Jack-
while maintaining, optimum safety. attend NATTU's Instructor Train-
sonville to Los Angeles and
Despite the nature of the studyno ing course and then a Training Aids
San Francisco via New Orleans -
nuclear charges were detonated Course at the U.S. Naval TrainingAids
Men be smarter than Antonioand
may Houston San
during the field tests. Instead Center, San Francisco, Ca-
women, but you never hear of a El Paso, over some of
conventional explosive charges lif., and Marto and Namin will attend -
woman marrying a dumb man just America's most scenic high-
weighing up to two tons were usedto an Aviation Crash Crewman
because of
his shape. ways. The traveler really sees
of nuclear course at NATTC Memphis before
predict phenomena America close-up as he ridesIn
magnitude. This involved the returning to Indonesia.
the air conditioned luxury of
application of scaling laws and pre- a Greyhound SUPER Seed-
sent knowledge of the differences
cruiser bus. This new thru serv-
between conventional and nuclear CONVENIENT ice represents another first by
explosives.The Greyhound.
Immediate objective was to RIVERSIDE CHEVROLET
measure airblast pressure at various -
altitudes, and along the water More Service
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of other new thru
measurements were mad I
and express schedules have
of underwater pressures and sur CENTERVisit
been added throughout the
face effects. '
United States.
Analysis of the pressure changes

--t during the explosion provided data
which helped determine the shock- Our Conveniently
wave effect as well as the shield-
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CEI0 JAX AIR NEWS

Former U.S. Ship Sinks

Garden Circle's Spring Flower Show
I. E ; Boston '(AFPS) Tie 800-ton
Arctic Sealer, a forter U.S. antarctic -

Uses "Say it with Music" For ThemeThe Canada exploration Bay on the northeast ship, sank coast off

of Newfoundland. Seventy crew
highlight of the NAS Garden Miss Cece Allen walked away with members ;and sealers were res-
Circle year occurred on Wednes- four blue ribbons In the Horticulture & cued by a sister ship. It was not
day, April 24 when the group held Division and shared one with : known how many seal pelts went
Its annual spring flower show at Miss Joan Baumeister in the down with the ship. Her capacity
the Officer's Club. The show's Artistic Division. : was 30,000.
theme was "Say It with Music".
There were two divisions In the c
NAS Hosts
show for which awards were pre- Jax w
k'
,
sented, the Artistic Division with
six classes, and aHorticultureDivision ee
]Medal Of Honor
with ten classes. The Divisions J :

were repeated (in the Junior ;
Garden Circle awards. Men __ 1k
Top awards went to Mrs. William OvernightSix
D. Allen who took the Sweep-
stakes In Horticulture and the
Medal of Honor winners were
Award of Merit In Cut Flowers.
overnight guests of the Naval Air
Mrs. J. E. Ripple received the
Station on Wednesday, May 1.
Award of Merit for plants In the The six were enroute to "SAY IT WITH MUSIC" was the theme of the NAS Garden Cir-

Horticulture Division. While,Mrs. Washington, D.C. where they are cle's Annual Flower Show held last Wednesday at the '0' Club.
H, took the "Best inShow"
Hugh Award.Lowery guests at the Annual Military Reception Here Mrs. William B. Allen, who took top awards In the show,
at the White House by Mrs. Joseph M. Carson and Mrs. H.A. Hall, Show Chairmen look
The Educational Exhibit of
birds and conservation was not special Invitation of President over some conservation literature in front of the Educational Ex-
but award for Kennedy. hibitBirds and Conservation-which brought Mrs. R. C. Ecklesa
Judged won a special
Mrs. R. C. Eckles. Throughout the country a special special award.;.'(Official U.S. Navy Photo by FAPL).
air-lift was set up by the militaryto
Blue ribbons were received by take all Medal of Honor win-
the following ladies in the Artistic who travel the
ners, can to yearly
Division Section A Class I, "JuneIs reception.The FOR THE BEST. c DEALS ON THE AUTOMOBILES' !

Bustin' Out all Over"Mrs.. which visited here
group
Mullins
K. A. Parmalle; Class II, "By the Wednesday was picked up eitherat See--Moon ,!
Sea" .. Mrs. Sheldon L. Corner f
; Homestead AFB or McDillAFB \\I
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LCDR. USN
(
Class III, "The Song is Ended But during the day of May L The air-
the Melody Lingers On" -- Mrs. lift stopped also at Charleston AFB
Hugh H. Lowery; Class IV, before proceeding on: to Wash- SHANNON BROTHERS, INC.
"Rhapsody in Blue"Mrs.. H. ington.
A. Hall; and Class V, "Sophisti- Those men making the trip are: In the big yellow! building ((11th & Main)
cated Lady" -- Mrs. Hugh H.
Sergeant First Class;Ronald E.
Lowery (also received Best In Rosser, stationed in West Palm New RenaultsePeugeotseStudebakers.
Show award); Section B--Tables, Beach, Fla.; Lieutenant Com- ..
I Class I, "Cocktails for Two" -. mander John Davis, USN (ret.) of PHONE EL 6-3993
Mrs. H.C. Eckees.In I'4
St. Petersburg; Lieutenant Com-
the Junior Garden Circle, mander John N. Mihalowski, :

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891 midshipmen theNavalAca- MART .i
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Wi Navy Wives Club No. 86
-
: welcomed Mrs. William C.
Vermlllion Into the organization Boat
during its last Social and Educational -
__ Meeting. At this :same
_____ gathering, Mrs. Jay Perry was Washington (AFPS) The Navyis
__ appointed the chairmanship! of the preparing to test Its first large
Ways and Means Committee while water-skimming vessel a six-
Mrs. Paul Day received the chair- man boat that flies using the
manship appointment to the "captured air bubble" principle.
Called the SKMR-L the 52-foot
Nursery Committee.
L The club tables were decoratedto vehicle design is expected to lead

rs ___ represent the 12 months of the eventually to a hydroskimmership
as long as a destroyer but
year with each showing an Inter-
CRAZY HATS sparked the esting item or historical fact with twice the beam, capable of
theme of Navy Wives Club No. occuring in that month. In additionthe twice a destroyer's speed and
LOOK TO 86's last monthly meeting at club members were seated having twice a destroyer's rangeat
BROOKS which 29 members displayedtheir according to their birth dates. maximum speed.
Progress has been reported on
talents in the art of mil- Prizes were given to the most
a design for a 100-ton ship that
inery. (Official I I I U. S. Navy outstanding tables June and will cruise alongone foot above

BEST SELECTION OF USED Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)) September Mrs. Jean taking DeLoach the awards.and Mrs. the water-at up to 120 miles mph

Fletcher demon- with 159 passengers or 40 tons of
Betty gave
CARS IN J +
JACKSONVILLE N strations on making hats and cargo.
explained how to decorate them These developments were reported -
with various materials. at a joint meeting of the

Large SelectionFROM y Last Thursday the Club held its Society of Automotive Engineersand
monthly covered dish luncheon with the American Society of Naval
the entertainment fashioned aftera Engineers.
$100.00 TO $1,000.00! theme oC "Crazy Hats". Each Capt. R. E. Stark of the Office of
member attending the luncheonwore the Chief of Naval Operations and
Lt. J. R. Gauthey,Hydroskimmerproject
hat of her
a own creation
Low :Down Payment! all of which were judged by two officer, said that after

;01 surprise male guests, Leon Dulin testing on Lake Erie the air-
and Marc Whetstone. cushioned SKMR-1 will be takento
Low Weekly Payment! First prize among the 29 ent- Chesapeake Bay to demonstrate Its

rants went toMrs.Eugene Forest possible military applications.The .
Low Monthly Payment! whose unique work of millineryart SKMR-1 expected to ridean
consisted of a baby doll com- air cushion provided by four
plete with bottle atop a wide- fans pumping downward into four
aka compartments or main flotation
s brim frame on which the necess-
COME ities of childcare were neatly boxes.
IN AND
LET ONE OF attached. Forward propulsion will be pro-
Second vided by two large propellers
place prize went to Mrs.
OUR FOUR COURTEOUS William Vermillion for her crea- mounted In ducts on top of the rear
tion of lavish toiletry accessoriessewn part of the vessel.
to a commode cover. In order to save weight, the basic
SALESMEN SERVE YOU! Mrs. Valerie Forest wins with Chairman for the luncheon was structural material is aluminum
crazy baby bonnet.Give Mrs. Thomas J. Bennett. She was the superstructure is of fiber-
assisted by Mrs. Don Kirkwood glass, and the deck Is an
Mrs. Larry Burgess Mrs. D. aluminum-faced sandwich with a

CORNER: : : OF STATE A LAURA: Farber and Mrs. Eugene Forest. balsa The core.air bubble Is
To "captured" by
Delegates going to the South-
eastern Regional Meeting being sideboards extending down into the
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2 MAY 1963
10 'lAX AIR NEWS

I Former; U.S. Ship Sinks

Garden Circle's Spring Flower Show
Boston '(AFPS) The 800-ton

Arctic Sealer, a foner U.S. antarctic -

Uses "Say it with Music" For ThemeThe exploration ship, sank off
Canada the
Bay on northeast coast
of Newfoundland. Seventy crew
highlight of the NAS Garden Miss Cece Allen walked away with members' and sealers were res-

Circle year occurred on Wednes- four blue ribbons In the Horticulture cued by a sister ship. it was not

day, April 24 when the group held Division and shared one with known how many seal pelts went
its annual spring flower show at Miss Joan Baumeister In the down with the ship. Her capacity
the Officer's Club. The show's Artistic Division. was 30,000.
theme was "Say It with Music". _
There were two divisions in the
NAS Hosts
show for which awards were pre- Jax

sented, the Artistic Division with thrilling
six classes, and a Horticulture Di- Medal Of Honor
vision with ten classes. TheDlvl- J
(In the Junior
slons were repeated
Garden Circle awards. Men '1PI
Top awards went to Mrs. William OvernightSix

B. Allen who took the Sweep-
stakes In Horticulture and the
Medal of Honor winners were
Award of in Flowers.
Merit Cut Air
overnight guests of the Naval
Mrs. J. E. Ripple received the
Station on Wednesday, May 1.
Award of Merit for plants in the The six were enroute to "SAY IT WITH MUSIC" was the theme of the NAS Garden Cir-

Horticulture Division. While,Mrs. Washington, D.C. where they are cle's Annual Flower Show held last Wednesday at the '0' Club.

Hugh H. Lowery took the "Best InShow" guests at the Annual Military Reception Here Mrs. William B. Allen, who took top awards In the show,
Award.
at the White House, by Mrs. Joseph M. Carson and Mrs. H.A. Hall, Show Chairmen look
The Educational Exhibit of
special invitation of President over some conservation literature in front of the Educational Ex-
birds and conservation was not
but award for Kennedy. hibitBirds and Conservation-which brought Mrs. R. C. Ecklesa
Judged won a special
Throughout the country a special award Official U.S. Photo FAPL .
Mrs. R. C. Eckles. special .;. ( Navy by )
airlift was set up by the militaryto
Blue ribbons were received by take all Medal oi Honor win-
the following ladies in the Artistic who travel the
ners, can to yearly
Division Section A Class I, "Juneis reception.The FOR THE BEST. DEALS ON THE BEST AUTOMOBILES!

Bustin' Out all Over"-- Mrs.K. group, which visited here
See--Moon Mullins
A. Parmalle; Class II, "By the Wednesday was picked up eitherat
.
Sea" -- Mrs. Sheldon L. Corner F
; Homestead AFB or McDlllAFB
LCDR. (USN RET!)
Class III, "The Song is Ended But during the day of May L The airlift -
the Melody Lingers On" -- Mrs. stopped also at Charleston AFB
Hugh H. Lowery; Class IV, before proceeding on to Wash- at SHANNON BROTHERS, INC.

"Rhapsody (in Blue"-- Mrs. H. ington.
A. Hall; and Class V, "Sophisti- Those men making the trip are: in the big yellow building ((11th & Main)
cated Lady" -- Mrs. Hugh H.
Sergeant First Class; Ronald E.
Lowery (also received Best In Rosser, stationed in West Palm New RenaultsePeugeotseStudebakers. i '

Show award); Section B--Tables, Beach, Fla.; Lieutenant Com-
I Class I, "Cocktails for Two" -- mander John Davis, USN (ret.) of PHONE EL 63993This

Mrs. H.C. Eckees.In St. Petersburg; Lieutenant Com-

the Junior Garden Circle, mander John N. MlhalowskI, t .r

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H. Loman, of Largo.Fla.;Admiral sign points the way> to

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will be shown regularlyat ,Naval AcademyTo *1>*.
7 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday JACKSONVILLE

; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.on Sunday, Graduate 891 }
at the Malnsldc and NATTU TRAILER

Theaters and 7 7 p.m.only on Sundayat
the Hospital Theater. These Annapolis, Md. (AFPS classof
891 midshipmen, the NavalAcademy's MART '*
items are subject to change. CIVIC
Thursday, May 2 largest in five years, will
be graduated at
commencement auditoriumMAY
Mainside Can Can
exercise In
June.
NATTUnlt Man In The Moon
The announced that
Academy
Hospital Long Day's JourneyInto
733 scheduled
are to receive com-
Night
Friday, May 3 missions In the Navy, 66 In the
Marine Corps, 60 In the Air Force
Mainside Tammy and The Doc-
and 20 In the Army.
tor. "THE NATION'S LARGEST
Seven graduates are foreign nationals -
NATTUnlt Can Can folk music'sfinest
Hospital Man In The Moon and five midshipmen will MOBILE HOME CHAIN"

Saturday, May 4 graduate without commissions.After talent

Malnsfde (not listed)
5887 ROOSEVELT BLVD.-PHONE EV 8-3564
NATTUnlt Tammy And The two days in the hospital, "Her voice is as clear as

Doctor the patient took a turn for the air in the autumn, a vi-
Hospital Can Can nurse. brant untrained
Sunday. May 5 strong, -
Mainside---Constantine And The and thrilling so-

Cross prano." TIME!


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JAX. AIR NEWS PAGE 11


Navy Wives Navy To Test

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-- i-I Corner 'BubbleBorne'6Man

_
Ir -I
___ Sax Navy Wives Club No. 86
welcomed Mrs. William C.
Vermillion into the organization Boat
during its last Social and Educational -
Meeting. At this dame
M MQ Mi gathering, Mrs. Jay Perry was Washington (AFPS) The Navyis
i appointed the chairmanship of the preparing to test its first large
.1 k Ways and Means Committee while water-skimming vessel a six-
9 Mrs. Paul Day received the chair- man boat that flies using the
manship appointment to the "captured air bubble" principle.
Nursery Committee.The Called the SKMR-1, the 52-foot
club tables were decoratedto vehicle design is expected to lead
represent the 12 months of the eventually to a hydroskimmership
year with each showing an inter- as long as a destroyer but
CRAZY HATS sparked the esting item or historical fact with twice the beam, capable of
theme of Navy Wives Club No. occurlng In that month. In additionthe twice a destroyer's speed and
LOOK TO 86's last monthly meeting at club members were seated having twice a destroyer's rangeat
BROOKS which 29 members displayedtheir according to their birth dates. maximum speed.
has been reported on
talents (In the art of mil. Prizes were given to the most Progress
a design for a 100-ton ship that
inery. (Official I I I U. S. Navy outstanding tables June and will cruise alongone foot above

BEST SELECTION OF USED Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01))) September Mrs. Jean taking DeLoach the awards.and Mrs. the water-at up to 120 miles mph

rt Fletcher demon- with 159 passengers or 40 tons of
Betty gave
CARS IN
JACKSONVILLELarge strations on making hats and cargo.
explained how to decorate them These developments were reported -
with* various materials. at a Joint meeting of the
Selection Last Thursday the Club held its Society of Automotive Engineersand
monthly covered dish luncheon with the American Society of Naval
the entertainment fashioned aftera Engineers.Capt. .
FROM $100.00 TO $1,000.001! t theme ot "Crazy Hats". Each R. E. Stark of the Office of
member attending the luncheon the Chief of Naval Operations and
wore a hat of her own creation, Lt. J. R. Gauthey,Hydro-skimmer
Low :Down Payment! all of which were Judged by two project officer, said that after
surprise male guests, Leon Dulin testing on Lake Erie, the air-
,11 and Marc Whetstone. cushioned SKMR-1 will be taken to
Low Weekly Payment! First prize among the 29 ent- Chesapeake Bay to demonstrate its

6I1 rants went to Mrs.Eugene Forest possible military applications.The .
Low Monthly 1!ay1 whose unique work of millineryart SKMR-1 expected to ridean
Payment
consisted of a baby doll com- air cushion provided by four
plete with bottle atop a wide- fans pumping downward Into four
I brim frame on which the necess- compartments or main flotation
COME ities of chlldcare were neatly boxes.
IN AND LET ONE OF attached. Forward propulsion will be pro-

Second place prize went to Mrs. vided by two large propellers
OUR FOUR COURTEOUS William Vermillion for her crea- mounted in ducts on top of the rear
tion of lavish toiletry accessoriessewn part of the vessel.In .
to a commode cover. order to save weight,the basic
SALESMEN SERVE YOU! Mrs. Valerie Forest wins with Chairman for the luncheon was structural material is aluminum,
crazy baby bonnet.Give Mrs. Thomas J. Bennett. She was the superstructure is of fiber-
assisted by Mrs. Don Kirkwood, glass, and the deck Is an
Mrs. Larry Burgess, Mrs. D. aluminum-faced sandwich with a
CORNER OF STATE A LAURA Farber and Mrs. Eugene Forest. balsa core.
The air bubble
To Is "captured"by
Delegates going to the South-
eastern Regional Meeting being sideboards extending down into the
PHONE: 355-4850 8am-9pm
held at Pensacola next week, rode water and by movable planing surfaces -
Navy Relief In the Jacksonville Beach Easter fore and aft, which largely
SUNDAYS 1-6 pm Parade on Sunday, April 21. prevent the escape of air.



CONVENIENT TO HAS AND CECIL FIELD A Romanian Communist went A Soviet citizen went to the
fishing with a nonCommunistfriend. polls in the recent elections in
"HOMES DESIGNED FOR FAMILY LIVING" IN OAK HILL PARK y Presently, the non-Com- the USSR and was handed a sealed
munist began to haul in fish after be
envelope to placed in the ballot
West On 103rd Street : ,I fish, while the Party man caughtnone. box. When he opened the envelopeto
examine the ballot slip, the
2 1/2 Miles Beyond Blanding Blvd. >
"Why are you getting so many election supervisor objected.
fish when I haven't even had a "But I want to know whom I am
nibble?" asked the Communist. voting for," the citizen protested.
"That's simple," said the non- "Are you out of your mind?"
.; Communist. "Seeing that Party the supervisor screamed. "Don't
badge in your lapel, even the fish you know the ballot is secret?"
are afraid to open their mouths."


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Tryouts To Begin; v r




For 6ND Matches


The first the ladder to national honors will be taken here
step up
'
LITTLE LEAGUE ALL STARS for 1962 received their trophies during t">Uytor's opening program -
20 from severalSouthea.stern States
Monday, May as representatives "
left of M. Fi DiiU Jones, ADCS, are:
of the Senior Division season. Standing manager
for the
gather 1963 Sixth Naval District Rifle and Pistol Champion- ,
ships. Their ultimate goal is the National Matches held each Fall Wally Floyd, Bill Hudgins, Larry Huntley1.?. Bob Balon, John Percival, Brent Shore and Michael
Stars for the photo were: Ken Jones, Art Richardson, Steve Chance,
at Camp Perry, Ohio. Betts. Other All': not present
Last year the NAS Pistol team Mike Mcintyre Jimmy Smith, Gene Vfeddington, Richard Grindstaff and Gary} Rupp. (Official U. S.

Bishop SweepsSharpshooters took top district honors. Since Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2))
then, however, the team has suf-

fered a few losses through Hits Hole In One
I transfers and is in need of replace- EV 4-6482 AIR BASE CAB

ments.In At NAS CourseRetired
an effort to fill these vacant
In Jax MatchThe
which effect both
positions, teams, Commander Al Cipolat
Small Arms Marksman Instructor
shot a hole in one on the third 24 Radio Cabs
Jax Navy monthly pistol (SAMI I) Virgil Placid, ADCS, has Course HOUR Dispatched
the NAS Golf last
match held last drew green at
Sunday, a announced that there will be try-
flight of forty-one shooters from Sunday. Serving DwvoCounty/
outs held at the NAS Pistol Range
Florida and Georgia.The The single stroke down the 155- SERVICEMOVING Both
May 7 and 8. Anyone interested in
winner of the master class firing on either the pistol or rifle yard fareway was made with a No! CM//on-WM///rory// ///

was Virgil Placid, ADCS,who shot teams, or both, should report to 5 iron, and witnessed by Admiral J
a score of 1690 out of a possible him af the NAS Armory on these Kenneth Craig (Ret.), and retired 'HAS AREA
1800, for a three-guntotal. He won Navy Captains Dusty Rhodes and
dates at 7:30: a.m. Cedar Hills Ortega Cecil Field Westconnett
the .22 and .45 calibre events.In To date only four members com- George Reilly.
the sharpshooter class J. C. Cdr. Cipolat (is a teacher atJacksonville's
prise the pistol team. They are:
Bishop, HM1, of NATTU made a Andrew Jackson
Carl Linza, AECS; J.A. Cox,AMI;
clean sweep in the .22, and .45 High School
CWO Dan Gerbis and Lt.Cdr.Jane
calibre classes with a total score Farr (NC). I ? DON'T SWEATIT
of Fish
1596 out of 1800.A A member of last year's$5OOOOO
new shooter, Jim Putrich of
championship pistol team was Joe
Army Supply Corps, won the Galica, AMC, who has since been Derby StartsIn LOOK WHAT
.22 and .38 calibre divisions to transferred to Key West, Fla., .
head the three gun total in the the 1962
he Is
where now coaching
i marksman class. He shot a 1541 district rifle team victors. Upper Fla.

out of 1800 score. In the week following the NAS BELLAIRHAS
Other winners were: Master tryouts shooters from throughout Fishing fun in Northern Florida

Class-Don Evers, Jacksonville the district will begin to arriveon began accelerating yesterday as
I Police Department ( .38 calibre); the Station. There is expectedto the 1963 Schlitz $500,000 Florida FOR YOU !
Expert Class J. M.Bolick NATTU be at least 50 outstanding com- Fishing Derby opened for a four-
( .22 calibre); Don Southerland, petitors In this year's matches. month period in 34 Northern Counties -
civilian ( .38 calibre) 0. H.
; -- Zone 4. Awards from $25
Chitwood, VA-45 (.45 calibre);and The week of May 13-17 will be up to $10,000 await anglers catch- -:
Marksman Class D.C. Rayls, an all-hands pre-competition per- ing Schlitz-tagged fish.

Marine Barracks, Yellow Water iod with the tournament firing get The minimum award for 1963 .4"' "
( .45 calibre). ting underway on the 20th and run- Schlitz fish (s'$25. Other tags '

ning through the 24th. carry values of$50, $100,$1,000 ciurq m
and $10,000. There is one$10,000fish
Linksters Place in each zone.,
All pistol matches will be held at
into its third consecutiveyear
the Station range while the rifle Going
Is conducted with
the
competition will be held at the derby
9th In TriStateIn National Guard range, Camp the cooperation of the Florida
Game and Fresh Water Fish Com-
Blanding, 28 miles to the South of
the 10th annual Tri-State MIll- mission and the Florida State

tary Golf Tournament, held April NAS.The Board of Conservation.The .

27, Jax Navy's varsity golfers district matches are the derby will run for four
placed ninth in a field of 20. first of three top Navy rifle and months in Zone 4-May,June,July, FOR ONLY
The tournament, played at pistol shoot-offs to be held (in and August.

Parris Island, S.C., was won by Jacksonville this year. Shooters Types of fresh water fish taggedfor $
Navy Commander James Kinder of- representing all Atlantic Naval the 1963 derby are: black bass;
Camp Lejune who fired 77-15-70.. commands will gather here from catfish; crappie; bream (Including I per
Marine Corps Base of Camp Le May 27 through June 7 for the bluegill, shellcracker, and other day
june also copped the fourmanteam Atlantic Fleet Matches, and then pan fish).

title with a 54 hole total of from June 10-22, NAS will be the All fish except mullet must be YOU CAN OWN
904. site for theAll-Navy competitions.
y caught on hook and line.
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I Bowlers Off To 6ND MatchesFour ; IM GolfResults

Waves and four enlistedmen Therrel, HMCS; Richard Spiegel, t
left yesterday to participatein ADRAN; and Richard Nicholson,
the Sixth Naval District Cowling PR 2. ,
R
Tournament at the Key yist Naval The two teams will be compel n y
Air Station. J Ing at the Initial level of fleet-
The Waves are Susan!Herrick, wide competition. The winner at Third round intramural golf in
'
ETNSA; Carole Mulfcs, AI J Betty Key West earns the right to rep- the National League was partially
Fry, ETN2; and Edythe ,Southard, resent his command at the South successful as two of four scheduled
AK 3. Atlantic Regionals In Norfolk, Va., matches were played off. VA-45
The male bowlers are*Kenneth May 11-13. defeated VP-16, 8-L Later the
1 N fYw same afternoon, Hospital "B" defeated -
YOUR FRIENDLYBow.IOMafic FAETU by a score of 7-2.
ComFalrJax and VAP-62: post-
poned a match which is to be
made up May 7 at 2:30 p.m.
The remaining match between
;
VP-18 and VP-30 "B" was post-
2600 Bland ing Boulevard at Cedar Creek. Bridge
SPORTING A PRIZE CATCH--RobertMonnirtg/AMCM (left) dis- poned due to rain.
Phone EV 4-6221 or EV 7-3569 plays a mess of bream which he caught last Friday at the Nooner In American League play
22 Admin
Monday April edged
Fishing Contest, at Casa Linda Lake. One of the 5 oz. fish was
VP-5, 5-4, VP-7 was defeated by
NOW OPEN ALL NIGHT! large enough to win the daily bream prize. The interested onlooker Hospital A" 5-3 and A/C Maint
i is Clyde Thomas, ADC, who hooked the day's largest out-golfed FAW-11 7-2. VP-30
FREE NURSERYAll bass, a huge 6 oz. catch. Contest ends tomorrow at 1 p.m., with "A" and the Marines postponed.
types of summer Leagues now forming. Mail or bring grand prizes being awarded to the largest catches for the last League standings through April
this application for membership in a league of your choice. two weeks. Through Monday the best catches were a lye lb. bass, 28:
a 6 oz. bream and a 6 oz. bluegill. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by
Marc Whetstone, J01)American) American LeagueWIN
:.,
MAME------------------------ LOSS

PHONE------------------------
ADDRESS----------------------- League Led VP-7 VP-30 "A" 2 2 0 1

TYPE OF LEAGUE PREFERED-------- Hospital "Aft 2 1

DAY & TIME PREFERED----------- By No Loss Ordnance A/C Marines Maint 2 1 1 1

Admin 1 2
Mixed Doubles "\ ,cn's Handicap Ladies Handicap + t After completion of the fourth prey was VP-18 which went down VP-5 1 2
Men's Scratch Ladies,! Scratch Ladies Coffee )League week of intramural softball, only 20.O FAW-11 0 3
Ordnance remained undefeated In & R defeated COMess 6-1
.JUNIORS SKNIOKS .')1ANTAMS the American League. Their lastHALF FAW-11 beat A/C Malnt 13-11 National League
VAP-62 went down at the handsof VP-18 2 0
NARTU -6-1 and AF679th out VP-30 "B"Hospital 1 0
hit VA-45, .15-13 In early games "B' 2 1
last week. VA-45 2 1
Later, COMess won over FAW11 Com FalrJax 1 1V2
7-0, A/C Malnt took a nice VAP-62 1/2
r win from AF679th,7-4,and NART NARTU 1/2 1/2
Ifll\f\ I -' got back on the track by defeating FAETU 0 3
VA-45, 5-2. VP-16 0 1
The leaders in the National lea-
A/C Maint 2 2
gue were Hospital and VP-7, both
proclaiming 4-0 records. Hospitalbeat VA-45 2 2
Admin 19-3 Tuesday and 679th 2 2
NAMTG 11-0 Thursday. VP-7 VAP-62 I 2
worked NAMTG over 20-3 on Tuesday O&R I 2
then VP-30 VP-18 1 2
barely got past
FARE 6-5 Thursday. In other Tuesday FAW-11 1 3
games, Crash & Fire defeated VP-16 0 1
Supply 9-8, VP-30 routed Dispen- National League
sary 10-0, FAETU out scored Com- Hospital 4 0
FairJax 20-15 and the Marines VP-7 4 0
held: Dispensary to a goose egg VP-30 3 1
Admin took their first from FAETU Crash & Fire 3 1
and Crash & Fire continued a ComFairJax 2 2
string of wins by clobbering VU10. Supply 2 2
ON YOUR NEXT LEAVE American League FAETU 2 2
Team Win Loss VU-10 1 3
Admin 1 3
Ordnance 3 0 Marines 1 3
NARTU 3 1 NAMTG 0 4
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PaceBy Chuck Phillips Frank Layne

Indoor Pool By Red Cross

Leon Dulin, SN

Top teams in the American Among the variety of swimming programs the American Red Cross

League IM bowling this week did offers here.at NAS Jax one Is entitled 'Swim and Stay Fit'. LADY BOWLERSThis pretty foursome, sponsored by the Navy

"so-so" as only one of the top The idea behind the theme is for a participant to swim a total of Finance Office, won the NAS Ladies Bowling League at the

four managed anything other thana 50 miles..at his leisure..In as much time as necessary.In Bowl-O.Matic lanes. They are (L. to R.) Mrs. Lola Miller, Mrs.

tie with their opponents.The cooperation with the Station's Special Services Department, the Viola Ayres, Miss Caroline Cilione and Miss Peggy Mustard.

Falcons, who hold a goodly Red Cross started this particular program about a year ago in the (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)ELECTRONICS)

margin over the second place Mad Indoor Pool, Bldg. 614.

Foxes, turned in a 3-1 win over Since then 43 individuals have accomplished the feat and just recently -

the Sky Warriors. Tom Krajewski the first Wave was added to the honor roll. She is Cecile M.

and Bill Hurley bolstered the Spies, MA3, assigned to the NATTU Training Facilities In Bldg. 500

Falcons by bowling 16 and 22, Miss Spies began her 50 miles last October but admits she didn't I

respectively, over their averagesto apply the effort from yards to miles until two months ago.

cover the 14 pin handicap givento To begin the 50 mile swim, it is required that the Individual cover

the Sky Warriors.The the first three miles In steady multiples of 440 yards. This does Fast efficient service.

Mad Foxes, who claim a not mean that the swimmer can not stop and rest just that with ) EXPERT All work guaranteed.

27 1/2 16 1/2 win-loss, held each visit to the pool during the first three miles he must completeone

the third place Chiefs to a 440-yard session. REPAIRS" RADIOT.V.8H .
stalemate and maintained a 34 For those persons who complete the 'Swim and Stay Fit' challenge,

percentage point lead over themin the Red Cross awards to them a certificate of completion as well I Fl -AUTO RADIO

total standings. H.M.Strunk of as a 50-mile pin and swimming suit badge.

the Mad Foxes bowled three points Until the outdoor pools open, which will provide a greater area DISCOUNT 70 SERVICE

above his average for a 574 set, for the program, swimmers may begin their 50-mile swimming at ., PERSONNEL ON Al,L PARTS

the best for the night in this the Indoor Pool from 4:00 to 8:00: p.m. week days and from 12:00 p.m.to u 6263 Roosevelt Blvd.
ro
duel. 8:00 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays
; In St. Mobile Home
Bob Cowan, of the Cannon Johns
'.. Cockers, jumped one pin better I- '- Furniture Bldg.
up -
Cursors Confidentials and Spar-
than Strunk, turning in the Amer- tans by,one, and the Cougars by I :: I t'. 0. Motley' s. P. Dudra
of 575 this
ican League high set 11/2 points hold down sixth place 771-5573 384-3033
week. Cowan's however
team,
f with eyes for better things.
could than 2-2
muster no more a
Another showdown match that got
the Admin The
against Playboys. '
neither team anywhere was the
Playboys are slightly under 500 Spartan-Confidential meeting. As MAKING A MOVE?

percent for the season. they rolled a stand-off at 2-2 f_ 9- Rent ANEW
I Turning to the Continental
against each other, the Cursors /
League, ye old Hornets still main- : FORD Truck
crept into a tie with them both. (
tain a 3 1/2 point league lead
The extremism in the National VANS '
by virtue of a 4-0 win over the :
League still runs strong as the STAKES
I Ham Hocks. In this match Dave
leaders keep winning at steady PICK.UPS
Morrow Thomas and James
Gary LIFT GATES
The Owl Hoots rolled on
paces.
Thorley, carrying averages of less as they passed VU-10, 40.: Dick PANELS
than 160, bowled sets over 500.
Vanderhoof, beginning slowly Move YourselfAnd
This more than made for the
up
turned in a 577 set while two of fO SPECIAL
40 pins spotted to the Ham Hocks. climbedover Save Up To
his team members also LONG-DISTANCE
The Mix Masters, who coveredas
RATES
the 500 mark. None of the
much ground as it'Is possibleto Cecite M. Spies
VU-HMeam could find that norm.
cover in one night ate awayat Lucky Seven In third
the straggeling BB Stackersas found the again presently as they blanked Senior Little NA 7ffoly 311 W. STATE ST.
way
they took four and earned a EL 3.8684
k )
NARTU In that match. Bill Cowan RENTAL
31-17 standing to retain their claimas League ScheduleMay 110JULIAST7
co-holder of second place. The of Lucky Seven, led his team by : J:
carding a 547 set and the night's __ EL 3.7475
BB Stackers were getting a big high between the two teams. 2, Thur. 5 p.m. Ford vs
62 pin handicap, but still fell short VP-30
Hospital stuck tight by taking
when only one man on the team May 4, Sat. 1 p.m. VP-30 vs
four from the Air Frames. Theyare


bowled first The game Cougars his of average.their, after match dropping bounced the some NARTU.currently. 81 percentage holding points fourth aheadof place CokeD 4, Sat. 4 p.m. Ford vs %ervhigAS4e: ? il Wand


back to take the next two and And the Panhandlers, apparently May 7, Tue. 5 p.m. VP-30 vs
total pins for a 3-1 win. Though AMD the
holding the old Idea con-
they are three games out of second -
they would like nothing more cerning man's ego, dropped up did find enough vigor to whip
.
this time VU-10.
another three-- IIAWORTt
than to repeat the Fall bowling outcome the Electrons which Is currentlyone
The Mixers who seldom mix It
and make the bowl-offs with point ahead of them.LINER .

I their den mates the Hornets. '" AREA
At the bottom of the
_ bowling
well this week the Pin Pounders & 8 BUY YOUR

compared with the New York Metsas


who points they clung-- this tightly dropped time to to a another second ComFalrJax placetie four .. --- ---- BOYS'MEN'S WEAR AND II IOB1LE 0 I E Hill 0 E


with the Mix Masters.
FAMOUS SHRINKING JEANS BY FROM
The Paymasters netted the

highest pin fall((801)), for one game, NORTH FLORIDA'S LARGEST
but it was little consolation In a

1-3 loss to the Rejects. LtVIS MOBILE HOME DEALER

The Cursors kept a spark aliveas J -'.,,,,,,..>'-w.-' ",...->,,.... .... -:" '--.....,,..,,.,......
they out rolled the Flying Phan- / '
. 'SPECIAL;} TO ; 1
toms 4-0. They are currently x'M"
in a three-way tie for fifth with THE COWBOYS CHOICESIZES ;.' "r DEALS" ''- A <' I ..
1 Confidentials and the _...."....- .. '. :.....
;
the Spartans ----<- _>.o...,,;: _>..;..... ..;..:;.1
, and only four points away from 28 30
/ 98 fo 4.29
the two second place teams. 26-)6 9. 33

1 \ The Boat Branch crew, who -

started the season with mild McGregor Hickok
.
.,'t' ( I success, now is above only the Manhatten Esquire

Pin Pounders and the Ham Hocks. 6263 Roosevelt Blvd. 4342 Phillips. Hwy. 2200 Mayport Road
;:'' f I They dropped three points to the Hubbard Slacks Swank EV 4-5584 EX 8.9021 CH 6.5222

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Canadians Receive
Complete a R


4 Coverage! Training Front O&R

Three Royal 'Canadian Wavy
4
O" 4 AUTO LIABILITY members who have been training at

f,,. ; fIRE MARINE HOME OWNERS b' the Overhaul and Repair Depart-
1 1 ment here received completion
: CASUALTY LIFE certificates( Friday April 26 from
il f Low Down Payments Captain Robert H. Fagan, O&R Officer -
,
Easy Monthly Payments .
Representing Military Underwriters They were CMD (Lieutenant
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we presented completion certificates by Captain Robert H. meported at Dartmouth Nova

Fagan, O&R Officer (center) last Friday. They were (L. to R.) Scotia.
C2AT4 (CPO) C. Armson; CMD (Lieutenant Junior Grade) O.S. Trainees completed a course
Cowell and P1AT4 B.W.McNobb. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by ranging from six to ten weeks of
in the
on-the-job systems training
FAPL .
) Assembly and Power Plant Divisions -

of the O&R Dept.
PHONE Tells Some of the subjects covered
History Navy
!i during the Course were Airframe
359-5370 SEE USFIRST. Structures Hydraulic Installationand

'_. Checkout Rigging of Flight
7 Relief Society StoryJust
DAYS A WEEK Controls, Engine and Fuel Instal-
9 am.9 p.m. lation, Engine Buildup and Minor
actually, what is this Navy lity of the Society to provide aid to Repair; Major Inspection of Engineand
AND Relief Society and the aims of the the next of kin who were in fact
Flight Test Checkout.
drive the command is currently dependent upon the serviceman at
undertaking? Well if you are an the time of his death. Such assist- Recruit "How many successful
I SAVE!
old timer in the service, during a ance may provide for ever day living parachute jumps must a para-
time of stress and need you expenses while awaiting government trooper make before he graduates -
probably have had recourse to the '.benefits and emergency ?"
Society but some of you new- needs after such benefits are re- Sergeant: "All of them."
I comers may wonder how this group ceived.
WE TRADE got Its start.
FOR FURNITUREOR The Navy Relief)Society was Incorporated -
!a
ANYTHINGOF on January 23, 1904 In
the District of Columbia for the
VALUE
purpose of aiding indigent widows
4000 PHILIPS HIGHWAY and orphans of personnel of the
r.r Philip H/ghwoy/ ) United States Navy and Marine

lg P- .. Corps.Later amendments to the Ads should b. molted to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Clyde Drive,
Jockionvlll 8, Florida to arrlv not later than Tuetdoy for publI-
Society's Certificates of Incorporation cation the following! thuudoy. Ad. rrlvlnl1.too lat. for this deadline
have "materially will b. published the following week unless the. publisher It In-
broadened the scope of its work. strutted! otherwise. A check or mon.y order for the full cost of the
ad must be received WITH the copy for the ad. DO NOT SEND CASH.
As currently phrased, the purposeof
/ / Service the Society is to "collect and

.. / hold funds and to use the same for RATE Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . ,. $1.00
z aid in times of need of the officersand Per additional line ((4 words per line) .35
'{S enlisted men of the NavalService -
of the United States, which
\ term shall Include the regular FOR SALE Ortega Hills, 3 BDR, FOR SALE Two large housesIn
Navy and Marine Corps of the 1-1/2 Bath, Fla. Rm, fireplace. Mlddleburg. TelephoneBU
the Arrange payments. EV 9-7573 2-5295
United States, reserve
\ EV 7-64821 exponents thereof when on activend FOR SALE -Convenient to NAS and FOUR BEDROOM BARGAIN
dMi( >- the United States Coast Cecil Field. 6118 Commodore Dr.
REDUCED Baths
TO SELL Two ,
Gut when serving as part of the 3 Bedroom, kit. equip., swim pool, Hardwood Firs., Solid Drive, Cor-
COASTAL AUTOMOTIVE United States Navy in time of war, fenced. Price$13,320. $320. down, ner lot, immediate occupancy. Call
and also for the aid in times of need $87.38 mo. CH 9-2404 SP 1-2792 or SP 1-5925.

of dependents of such officers and FOR SALE Cadillac '58 Coupe. MUST SELL-Owner leaving town.
"YOUR CAR DESERVES THE BESTI" enlisted men, and to provide relief Air Conditioned,Full Power Equip- '55 Cadillac, perfect condition.
SPECIALIZING IN STARTERS AND GENERATORS! and assistance to the dependents of ment. $1395.00 $425.00 down. 1154 B Alleghany Circle Naval Air
deceased officers and men of said SP 1-7094 Station.
J. E. Baker 6073 Roosevelt Blvd. Jax, Fla. Naval Serviae."
It is still a primary responsibi- FOR RENTUnfurnished house, FOR SALE '61 Knox Mobile
2240 Barlad Dr. $125. per month. Home 45' x 10', Air Conditioner
3 BR, 1-1/2 Bath, LRDRKit., Phone EV 7-6907 or EV 7-2675.
Den & Garage. Convenient to NAS See it at Lot 9. 6301 Roosevelt
& Cecil Field. EV 4-1213 Blvd.

FOR RENT RIVERSIDE, OWNER MUST SELL 5149 lex-
Riviera PW. Beaut. furn apt. ington Avenue, 2 BR, 1 Bath.
large LR, DR. & BR. AIR 1 ton air conditioner, wall to
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