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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 9, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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).
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to I lc considered an official I f I I 1 expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.
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USO MilitaryBall $35,000 Goal Set For Navy Billy May



Hilifes Relief Fund Drive This YearBy To Play At .




Pal WeekThe Three 1963 automobiles top the and three Mae girls Spencer) each, J01 priced at Individuals may donate to tIle HAS DanceThe

prize list: for this year's Navy Re- $55, and ten transistor 8, two drive if they so desire without receiving -
lief Drive, it was announced this band radios each worth $50. a donation ticket. Navy
United Services Organ- week. Firstprizeis a Thunderbird Anyone of these fine, prizes may Relief Drive officials said that the Billy May Band featuring
(ization's Armed Forces Pal Week with air and full be to the of Frankie Lester and the 'Nail
conditioning won by donating NavY' purchase tickets for the free
will be ushered in this Saturday. power; second prize, a Corvair Relief Drive now in progress. The prizes .is only Incidental to the Drlvin Six' are the musical and
May 11 when the Annual USO four door sedan fully equipped;'and Drive will continue through June 6. campaign.A entertainment personalities who
Pal Day is held at Jax Beach. third Falcon four door for the will perform (for the 1963 All Hands
prize, a Drawings prizes are goal of $35,000 has been set
This is the first event in an sedan fully equipped.Two expected to be held In the NAS for this year's drive. NAS Cecil dance slated for Wednesday, May
15. This dance is an annual
entertainment-packed program sets of Bristol golf clubs Bandshell on Friday, June 7. Field, NS Mayport, NAS Sanford event
for all members of the NAS
under the guidance of Brigadier each worth and Books six donation and Jax
$325 ((1 niens containing NAS Glynco are also participating -
Emil Miller, USO Salvation Army 1 ladies) complete with bags and tickets are now being distributed to in the drive. Composite Recreation Fund.
Director for this area. carts are prize number four. Other units. When a person donates$2.50he The Navy Relief Drive is theNavymen's Starting at 8:30: p.m., with con-
There will be free refreshments tinuous programing until 12:30
prizes are a tape recorder valuedat is entitled to the "free"or own drive to raise
served from 12:00 p.m.to 3:00 p.m.at $300, a portable TV valued at "extra" ticket in each book of funds to aid them in times of a.m.,this year's affair Is being

the Beaches USO Club, In the $200, a portable stereo worth$100, six after he has sold the live paid emergencies. (See other Navy held at the City of Jacksonville
Sandpiper Building, on the ocean- six Schwinn bicycles (three boys tickets. Relief articles in this issue.) Cpliseum. Dress for the occasionis
front to all military personnel and semiformal. Male personnelmay
their I families. -....-- wear service dress uniformsor

Free rides during the same r'v appropriate civilian attire with
hours will also be given to servicemen .coat and tie.
in uniform who have familiesor Liquid refreshments, Ice and
wives of deployed servicemen snacks will be available at the

with families. The rides will Coliseum.
be provided by the Griffen Amusement Admission tickets for couplesare
Center. being distributed by the NAS

The highlight of Pal Week will Special Services Officer, Lieutenant -
be the Annual USO Military Ball .... Commander R. W. Mansfield,
which will be held Monday, May 13 .. to all unit Special Services de-

from 8:00: p.m. to 12:00 a.m. at partments.
.
the Civic Auditorium Exhibition
the course of the evening's -
During
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Hall. Servicemen In uniform will ,
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entertainment there will be
be admitted free of charge. J\-
door prizes given Only
many away.
Captainand Mrs James R.Compton -
active duty military personnel
will lead the grand march at '
are members of the NAS Jax Com-
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the Ball Music will be providedby t-
a ...
posite Fund will be eligible to "
the Air Station Band. Duringthe
evening, the USO "Junior Vol- FIRST BOOK OF TICKETS for the 1963 Navy Relief Fund Drive Is purchased by Rear Admiral receive these prizes.
unteer of the Year" will Joseph M. Carson, Commander Fleet Air Jax from Cdr. Kent J. Weber, Chairman Tickets and Dis Free parking (Is being arrangedat
the Coliseum
lot.
p (Continued On Page 4)) tribution Committee. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)) parking



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Station Traffic j '

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l ; Violation
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following Is a report of
: motor vehicle accidents and traf- The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper

'iI" fic violations for the period April published each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, :

< 29 through May 5. Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a
private firm. All copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR t

NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, s

week through May 5..6 Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before \
Total accidents this year publication. News Items are welcomed from all sources- t

through May 5..........113 Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8164. ;
IQW Total accidents through April, Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries '.

1962.......................75 concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive. Jacksonville 8, Florida --

NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE Telephone 359-5140 or 359-0271. :

3,, Hp. LAST INJURY IN MOTOR '<

VEHICLE ACCIDENT..5 VOL. 21 NO. 9 9 MAY 1963 J

NUMBER OF VIOLATIONS


This week..70 Armed Forces Machinists 1630 ;

Speeding...........19
Reckless driving..........2
Going through Stop Sign..5 Day Set For Receives FormalRecognition

Other violations.....44
5+ drivers appeared before -
4j Sixty-eight
; o O the Traffic Hearing Board at Sat. May 18
e the meeting held onMay 6. Dis-

position of the cases Include the 18 has been officially Formal recognition was grantedto
Saturday, May
following: 16 lost driving and proclaimed Armed Forces Naval Air Lodge 1630, International *
Solid Security"Navy parking privileges 'aboard station Association of Mach
the President. The first
for various periods; 18 were assigned Day by inists In the newly established
such observance was held In May
to complete an eighthourcourse ungraded non-supervisory employee
in driving Instructions; 23 1950. unit by Captain James R.

were given suspended penalties; 10 Armed Forces Day symbolizesthe service Compton, NAS lax Commanding
unification of
Relief Society were given warnings; were dis- and demonstrates military the close work- Officer, on Tuesday Aprll23.
missed; one was fined and four Naval Air Lodge 1630 formerly
were referred to commanding officers Ing relationship of the Army, has been granted recognition in the

for possible disciplinaryaction. Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, unit composed of all employees of
Outlines Service AimsThe Coast Guard, the Reserve Forces
the Naval Air Station.In .
and the National Guard. It also
addition to meeting qualifi-
provides the American public the
cations for formal recognition in
to view and Inspect the
opportunity
aim of the Navy Relief Society is that all of Its services, MDBS Notice preparedness of their Armed the ungraded non-supervisory

financial as well as advisory, Intermediary and social, be* of lastingand Forces. employee unit, Naval Air Lodge

truly constructive value. Employees Mutual Death Bene- Here at NAS Jacksom llle Open 1630 has qualified for an election
In cases direct financial fit Society Notice 215 and 216 is within the unit to determine their
many House will be held on Armed
are received. issued to advise members of the eligibility for exclusive
assistance, either by loan or recognition.
Forces from 12:00
2. Where a man, active Inactiveor Day p.m.to5:00p.m.
gratuity combination, Is indicated.In death of two of Its members.As .
.. More details will in
retired or his dependents need appear
a result of A Naval
others no monetary expend- payments by committee appointed by
for basic maintenancedue next week's Air News.
assistance
itures are involved, the help the Society, members will now be Air Lodge 1630 has been meeting
needed may be for the servicesof to delay or non-receipt of assessed $2.20 which is now due with a management committee for

the Navy Relief Nurse assist- dependency situation allotment which or other make and payable. The ten day notice of Two mosquitoes were resting on the purpose of drafting a Memorandum

ance with transportation, housing, emergency assessment began on May 7. Robinson Crusoe's arm of Understanding coveringthe
of
the
about dependency the resources family tempo- Members are reminded that
Securing information details of the coming election.
Inadequate funeral expenses "I'm leaving now, said one.
allowances, pensions, rarily ; cash payments will not be ac- Further Information regardingthe
for dependents and travel In "I'll see you on Friday.
and-govemment insurance, locat- cepted. election will be publicized in
where there Is critical -
ing and communicating with Navy special cases the Air News, as well as
illness death.
personnel and advising about or Individual Station Notices and
available 3. Where hospitalization of dependents -
community resources Instructions.
such as Aid Dependent Children, is required. The spouse
Polio and children of active duty
Children's Service
Crippled ,
League, Welfare Department and personnel are eligible for hospitalcare Waves Guests At
related services. for acute conditions in civilian -

Financial assistance from the hospitals or hospitals of the Pal Day Luncheon"A

Society Is based upon two basic Uniformed Services; all other dependents -

considerations: ((1)) there must be of service personnel are YMF different hat on every head

an established Navy or Marine eligible for similar care In but Just the same it can be said

Corps status and, In the case of hospitals of the Uniformed beneath them all are Just plain! gals

dependents, actual dependencyrather Services. with thoughts and dreams that
than mere relationship, and The Society expects that dependents DRAWING make them pals", was the slogan

l2) there must be real need. needing hospital care will for the Pal Day Luncheon held

Some of the typical situations In utilize the services available Wednesday, May 1 at the Wotnens

which financial aid may granted through sponsorship ofthegovernment. Club of Jacksonville. SixtyfiveNAS
Include: Where such care is not 7JUNE 1963 Waves were special guests at

.. 1. Where a man has lost his available or for good reason cannot the annual affair.

life and the widow, minor childrenor be utilized, assistance may be Myrna L. Young, SA; June

truly dependent parent needs given by helping the servicemanor Harper, AK3, and Janet Achard,
assistance for basic needs his dependent with charges for and
pendingthe AKAA from Supply Department .
receipts of government bene- such service at ward or minimum llB Arlene Thielke, SA from CI&E
fits for the widowto rates. The Society is unable to moooMCIUDN6
; transportation formed a Waves color guard pre-
return to her family; a courseof finance cases involving truly '- ceding the luncheon.
chronic Illness or situations which
vocational training for the widowto Special guest, Mrs. Weltjen
enable her to earn her own livingIf require long-term commitments. Chairman of the Americanism
3
4. Funeral expenses for dependents. AUTOMOBILES
she is unable to finance such Committee for the American

from her own resources; keeping Legion La Habra, Calif spoke on
children in elementary and 5. Situations involving tempo- AND "The and Evolution ofthe
History
secondary public schools when basic rary distress living essentials.of dependents for /HAllY TIIER {gIUqBLETEMS/ American Flag". She illustrated
otherwise this vital education her lecture 25 handmade -
by showing
6. Travel In special cases where
have be curtailed
might to ; emer-
there Is critical illness or Heath. flags. _
gency nonrecurring expense of a 'I KETS
a
necessary nature such as medicalcare S0 eac h Two hundred and sixty times

funeral expenses or In She: "Darling, did you ever try, day, on the average, the Treasury
special instances occasional to sell vacuum cleaners?" BOOK of 6.r is asked to replace a Savings Bonthat's

assistance with basic maintenance He: "No, of course not." S wiNY been lost, stolen, multi late

not extending directly or indirectly She: "Well you'd better star) %ustnr ro or destroyed. Since the Savings
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''I' to regular supplemen- now. That's my husband coming I, y NttD NOT Bonds began May {h
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tation after government benefits up the walk. 1941, more thanamUUonandahalfsuch
bonds have been replaced.



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JAX AIR NEWS
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Army Reserve; BroadcastersTo


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! The U.S. Army Reserve's only which will bring it here to Jackson- Service and will exhibit its radio .. er wvh
: completely mobile radio station. In
ville on May 14-15. broadcast ,facilities which are
the United States, the 209th The unit, which Is a part of the installed in two Army vans at

{r\ Overseas Radio Station of Rome, XII U.S. Army Corps,Atlanta.Ga., Tallahassee on May 6; Tampa May
Georgia, will begin a two-week is a reserve component of the 8-9; Melbourne, May 10-11 and
: tour of five Florida cities onMay 6 world-wide Armed
Forces Radio Daytona Deach, 12-13, before
I, coming to Jacksonville.The .
GOOD NEWS tour has been scheduled to

coincide with that period set aside

oYMrI by the nation each year to honorits
mothers!lMon. military services, "Armed
I KN Forces Week".

The primary mission of' the t
thru Sat., May 7J.J8 at Tues. thru 21-25
Sot.t May at 209th is to provide information and
; Cedar Hills.Arlington Southgate e Gateway and Paxon entertainment to our armed forcesIn

Toe, and WW., May 21-22 at Thurs. thru Sat., May 23-25 ate [ an overseas area by
Highlands Sherwood broadcasting on.the standard AM ARMED FORCES WEEK VISITOR-S/Sgt.Harry P. Allred, station

band In locations where it is engineer, monitors an outgoing broadcast in the engineering van
r--- i Impossible for servicemen to pickup of the mobile 209th Army Overseas Radio Station from Rome. Co.

e pr.fQ stateside broadcasts. To fulfill The 209th is an Army Reserve unit of the XII U. S. Army Corps
this mission reservists of the and is the only completely mobile Armed Forces Radio Station in

209th have designed and built acomplete the United States. It will be exhibited to the general public in

b mobile broadcast sta- Jacksonville on May 1415. (Official U. S. Army Photo)
tion. Armed Forces Radio Ser-

vice broadcast equipment has been periods and in their spare time. the many activities in which U.S.
Installed In[ two large vans, one of The sound-
vans are completely Army reservists are engaged in
:'<, ( / .;:, : which Is designed as transmitter proof and air conditioned, and throughout the country and it is

..;,. :. and the other serving as a control house turntables, tape recorders hoped that information and litera-
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:;' room and studio. microphones, and all other equip- ture made available to visitors will

Unit members, all reservistswho ment necessary to operate a be helpful to young men approachIng -
serve with the unit near their modern radio station. or in, the military obligationage
.. hometown, did all of the Installa- The tour has also been designedto group of 17.1/2 and 25 of the
tion work during their regulardrlll acquaint the public with some of opportunities available to them to

learn while servlngln'thelr own local -
;' .; if U.S. Army Reserve unit.
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'. : .... MAKING A MOVE? The broadcast vans will be
exhibited in Jacksonville at the
.: :<;:":. J Rent A Sears, Roebuck parking lot from 1
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'. '.. .!'.:.. p.m. to 9 p.m., May 14, and from
;. NEW FORD TruckVANS 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., May 15.
.f '
,;,> : tL The general public Is invited and
;. -- STAKES urged to visit the mobile radio station -

,. SPIPl1uPS ,' PICK.UPS where they may see firsthandthe
( LIFT GATES methods and equipment used to
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PANELS keep our fighting men informed and

Move Yourself entertained while serving over-
50% SPECIAL seas.
And Save Up To
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Dance featuring March' Wilson

and the Red Coats 8:00.p.m. -

r' get a beautlful.r .. 12:00 a.m.
I. >' BANISH DRY SKIN. OVERNIGHT

5 x 7 picture Friday, May 10 .

Special New Kind of Moisturizer ContainsNature's Dance featuring Carl Boyd and

of baby the Rhythm Kings 9:00: p.m. -
your
1:00
Own Medication to PositivelyEND a.m.

r for only Food Special Full basket fresh

59 DRY SKIN WHILE YOU WEAR ITI! water catfish with large portionsof
I french fries & cole slaw -.90

Yon can actuallyeel the dif,> Since Egyptian times it has been
; AGES 3 WEEKS TO 12 YEARS ferrnrc on your dun when yon I known that a tropically grown .. .
applr it Hut's because the unusually plant produces a crystal clear Saturday, May 11
high concentrate of the gel within its leave This gel Dance
BRING YOUR FRIENDS featuring March Wilson
y famous moisturizing el" used i in I rapidly heals and soothes human
ALO-Creme MOISTURE PLUS(I skin in fact its healing and and The Red Coats 9:00 p.m. -
Here's ell you do! Just bring your childrento
1:00
our store on the dotes shown and our /f.A Eszremdy Dry Skin it so beautifying powers are legendary. a.m.
specialist in child photography will toke quickly absorbed that it Immediately Now, for the first time it'* possible
several cute poses. You'll get to see your goes to work to protect for the modern woman to Sunday, May 12
lovely finished pictures just few MJI natural skin oil from evaporating Identify herself with the fabulous Jam Session 2:004:00: p.m.
feel the skin' de'ineaa..ALOCrftM .
can
Your choice from beautifully finished 5" X you Queen Nefertiti Egypt's most Dance featuring Carl Boyd and
7" pictwrct (not proof)J. lit-59f.' litre MOISTURE PLUS beautiful[ woman. The Rhythm Kings 8:00 p.m. -
rJ 5 x 7's if you like: lit-$1.50; etch extra for Extremtiy Dry Skin ii With this fabulous, new 4 ox. site 12:00 a.m.
-$1.25. All in different poses. )ly new l kind of rooiaturixer ape of ALO-Creme MOISTURE PLUS
One or two children in each family will be daily formulated to revitalize for Extremely Dry Skin we are
r photographed singly for only 59< each. moisture da"ed. undernourished offering a $1.75 sire of ALO-
!" Groups $1.00 per person. Extra child- tkin. With consistent use it stimulates Creme FACE free. As a combination Monday, May 13
s 5x7, $1.50. regeneration of the tissuesto use ALO-Creme FACE during Dining & Dancing

,... '''" EXTRA SPECIAL! Finished wolfeMire pictures :* prematurely prevent and ageing erase skin.tiny Massageface lines of and the ALO day. under Creme your MOISTURE make-up Food Special Steak(choice rib)
," 2 z x 3i! less than 50f, each in << PLUS for Extremely Dry Skin asa with potatoes & salad $1.00
rig and neck with
;: r' gentle upward
of 4 ,
a some
group pose night cream.: Your skin will feel
and outward notion Leave onournugni. ofter look 14
younger instantly! Tuesday, May
HOURS TILL T.JO PM. Notice the beautifying Jest of all, it's now available at Happy Hour 5:00: 6:00
p.m.
10 A.M. 1 P.M. FRIDAY NIGHT results the next morning. better cosmetic counters. &
Tito wonder working /Ingredltnt Dining Dancing A >.
proven
I P.M. ( PM. SAT. NIGHT Till 5.10 P.M.W.1YGRANX .
Yon can really see the diUerente.that' through modlcal rtMarth. to actually ivocmrat
skin thuu. In the
VM case of
because your skin looks a third dgrts bum, as published In the
CO fresher. and the skin's texture'AugusteN' laws "IndustrM' Medicine Wednesday, May 15

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USO Military Captain Pressler To Assume

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be crowned. I

Other events planned for the Air
week Include luncheons at Civic Command Of Fleet Wing11Fleet

Clubs, honoring servicemen and -
special receptions at churches and
synagogues.Special Air Wing 11, at NAS Jacksonville will be relieved by Captain LouisL. is antisubmarine warfare and
Pressler in ceremonies to beheld aerial surveillance.In .
will of
religious emphasis will hold a change
be given to the Armed Forces command ceremony at 3:00 p.m., before high ranking naval addition, the squadrons have
by the churches and synagogueson Friday, May 10. offices and invited dignitaries. participated In the space shots
and 17 Capt.' Fraueheim will leave fromCape Canaveral and in
Friday Saturday, May Captain Gilbert J. Frauenheim recent
18, and Sunday, May 19, at which Jacksonville for duty in Yokosuka, months have received nationwide
time the servicemen will be recog- .-. Japan, where he will assume the attention in the first sighting 01!
I nized, made welcome and broughtInto duties of Chief of Staff, the hijacked Portuguese liner
the fellowship of church life. Commander Naval Forces, Japan. Santa Maria; locating the becalmed
"The aim of this USO Armed .w Capt. Pressler reported to Nina II, and finding the hijacked
Forces Pal Week is not only to Jacksonville from duty as Venezualan freighter ,Anoatequt.
.:- ALL HANDS DANCE-"Frankie make this program amassgestureof commanding officer of the ammunition -
Letter and the Nail Drivin' hospitality toward the men and ship USS Mount Baker, "Gee, Frank, I'm in an awful
Six" will be featured with women in our armed forces," which operates with the Pacific jam, I need 50 dollars and I don't
"Billy May B nd" at the All Brigadier Miller said, "it is our Fleet. know where I-can get it."
Hands Dance at the Jackson. hope that the unity between civilians Fleet Air Wing 11 is comprisedof "Glad to hear you say that,
ville Colisuem Wednesday May and servicemen expressedat four patrol squadrons and one buddy. I was afraid you were goIng .
15, from 8:30 p.m. to!12:30 a.m. that the time year.will" continue throughout training squadron. Their mission to ask me for it."


J4AAA.WORLDS, LARGEST J4AMA., ENJOY CONVENIENT
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V V -
SELLING MOTOR SCOOTER ,
t MOBILE HOMELIVING

AT JACKSONVILLE'S

Rentals Low down off Service makes LOWEST PRICE !
payment. Free lifetime/
.Bonk ratefinancing. Lub & Oil
changes.Jax Capt. Louis L.: Pressler The perfect answer for you is a homeon

wheels. Mobile home living is for

VeSpa NARTU Receives young moderns on the GO !
Out Arlington
949 Arlington Rd. expressway Tun Left PH. 725-4866
Safety PlaqueThe

5887Roosevelt
Naval Air Reserve Training JACKSONVILLE
Unit here has been awarded the h.,
)IOTIIER'S
DAYSPECIAlS
Safe Driving Achievement Award TRAILER Blvd.
Plaque The plaque was presentedto
Captain W.M. Miller, NARTU Phone
Executive Officer by Rear Admiral MART EV 8-3564
Joseph M. Carson Commander
Fleet Air Jax.
rest a.rtot The award was received by the
Reserve Unit for maintaining the "V
ROOSEVELT MALL lowest accident and traffic viola-
tion record out of 27 units at NAS
Jax, NAS Sanford, and NAS Cecil _"THE NATION'S LARGEST MOBILE HOME CHAIN"

Field.It .
Is the first of its kind in the
400 NEEDLE-15 DENIER form of a plaque. It will be

Fine Pin Point Mesh "No Streaks" presented semi-annually to the LOOK TO
unit that retains the highest stan- BROOKS
dards of driving safety.
The purpose of the award Is to
SEAMLESS MICROMESH NYLONS establish competition In this area BEST SELECTION
and reduce the number of traffic OF USED
violations and accidents.The .
winner is determined by a CARS IN JACKSONVILLELarge
formula established by CharlesD.
54t N. Able, NAS lax Safety Superin-
All Nylon From Toe To Top tendent, taking into account the SelectionFROM

Reinforced Heel! To Toe number of accidents, days lost,
traffic violations, severity, and
2 FOR 99C frequency. $100.00 TO $1,000.00!



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publish this, week's "PUZ
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Monthly Payment!
We'll be bock next week.
However, last week's win-
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I. boards which show, in three Irl6vx.
dimensions, the most recent modi-
fications on the A4E Skyhawk have
been 'received by the Naval Air t
Maintenance Training Group here.
The two new panels cover the ... .
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NAVY RELIEF POSTER IS viewed by Copt. Gilbert J. Frauen- system, and the electrical power
helm, Commodore, FAW-11, Capt. J. A. Smith, NAS Cecil Field distribution system.
CO and Capt. James R. Compton, NAS Jax CO. The 1963 driveis Before student classes are
now underway at NAS and surrounding commands. Ticket hold. begun, however, the course Instructors MODIFIED TRAINING AID-Following the instruction booklet ana
ers may win one of $10,000 worth of prizes for themselves by will attend the Douglas
newly modified panel of the A4E (A4D-5)) Skyhawk are NATTU
donating to the drive. Top three prizes ore a Thunderbird, Corvair Aircraft Factory School, Long
instructors Arnold H. Reish! ,AMEC, and William Biggons, AMCM,
and Falcon. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)) Beach One,unique Calif. addition to the pressurization (right). (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-PI)

system*, says group instructor -
ANNOUNCING Arnold H.Reiske,AMEC. MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE
is the installation of a rainremoving ,
NEW STORE HOURSFor device which sends a jet streamof Floyd S. Osborne U. S. N. Ret.,
air onto the face of the canopy.
The two major systems changes Representative
Your Convenience Our New, Modern 1-Hour
resulted when the A4E's power 6413 Roosevelt Blvd.
plant was replaced with the
MARTIN DRY CLEANING PLANT smaller, but more powerful J-52 389-2181
engine. The planes are now being
WILL REMAIN OPEN TILL 7:30: P.M. DAILY built In Long Beach with the testing y
Mi being conducted at Patuxent River, Nationwide Insurance Co.

Expert Alterations. Fast Laundry Service.
It was not revealed when AUTO -FIRELIFE
the modified Skyhawks would become -
We Feature The South's operational at NAS. EXCELLENT FOOD

$10,000 In PRIZESin : ITALIAN AND AMERICAN
Stock Or I G"es\S ,,. EXPERTLY PREPARED
., Largest .i g of
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9 MAY 1963
, PAGE 6 JAX AIR
i I ;

Vffvyfoffh %>Affi \ ;\ \ s..Sd How Does Navy Relief : : t ,

J fce-'B' W s-.xV x" 'f

sectioxl::ti: Society Aid The Sailor? a.. w


Ads should b. molUd to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyd. Drive,
JocktonvllU 8, Florida to arrlv not lator than Tuesdoy for publication \. Assistance given by the Navy Relief Society to servicemen con-
th. following 1 hUrl"oy. Ad,.rrlving too lot. for this doodlln sists of advice, Information and experienced help with all manner of
will b. published th* following w*.k unl.. rK.- publisher !I. In and personal problems. During 1962 some 54,844 persons i
itrucUd othorwlt. A ch.ck or mon.y order for the full coil of tfiod family
must be r.c.Iv.d WITH th. copy for tho od. DO NOT SEND CASH. came to the Society for help. /
The problems cover a wide Wisconsin and were tired and hun-
and are ,an Important contribution His Immediate problem was
RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . $1.00 scope to the security and peaceof gry.obtaining suitable housing that
Per additional line ((4 words per line) .35 mind of families as well as they could afford.A WESTSIDEMember :

to service morale.A Navy Relief Case Work Dir-
recent case may serve toi I ector telephoned Navy Medical
FOR SALE 4 yrs. equity at between Cecil& Jax. Direct routeto Illustrate this service. 20-year- authorities in the building who advised 9J
!" S' 1/2 price. 2504 Bayview Ave. expressway. Wired& piped for old sailor came into the the serviceman to take the
EV 7-2680 washer, dryer, water softener. Headquarters office at lunch time baby directly to the U.S. Naval Of F.D.I.C.
Save $3,000. Interest. Low pay- and stated that he had been referred Hospital, Bethesda.
FOR SALE 3 BR. 2 baths, ments. Good terms. SP 1-4179 here by someone at the Then she suggested that the
kit. eqpt., sep. dining rm., air White House, where he had gone sailor bring his family into
cond. Den, fenced yd. 1 blk FOR SALE Ortega Hills, 3 BR. because he believed in starting at the building and get a hot lunchIn 4 SERVING
school, cony. to NAS & Cecil. 1-1/2 Bath, Fla. Rm., fireplace. the top. the cafeteria, but before he SOUTHWEST
6920 Arques Rd. 389-5161 Assume payments. EV 9-7573 A humanitarian transfer had decided on lunch she telephonedthe t4 DUVAL COUNTY
brought him to Washington, to chaplain at the station where WITH
FOR SALE 2 large houses In FOR SALE Convenient to NAS place his four months old baby in the man was to report. COMPLETE
Mlddleburg. Telephone BU 2-5295 and Cecil Field. 6118 CommodoreDr. the Bethesda Hospital for treat- The yeoman recording the caseto CONVENIENT MODERN
3 BR, kit. equip., swim pool, ment of a heart condition which pass on to the chaplain, after COMMERCIAL
FOR SALE Beautiful country fenced. Price $13,320. $320. dwn. caused the baby to turn blue whenit hearing the story, asked If he could BANKING
home, corner lot 125 x 265. Three $87.38 mo. Ch 9-2404 cried. The sailor was so talk to the client, as he knew Just SERVICES
bedrooms, convenient to NAS & wrought up he said that he felt how he felt. At the end of this *
Cecil Field. SP 1-5173 FOR RENT House unfurnished, like tearing a hole in the celling. conversation, our client said,"that gauss, Ar-1:00 IMO,1..1.
2504 Bayview. 3 BR, Ige gar., His wife and baby were waiting In buddy told me his wife (ts out of M.w..rhw.1./- :70 7C AMAOi. : .
FOR SALE 3 BR.,Bath,masonry fenced yd, near shcool busline, the car. They had driven from town for two weeks and we can Ir iP-h0 AM-0 PM All D.M.
NAS Cecil EV 7-2680
close in. Southslde, equity & come straight to his apartment and
$48.00 mo. or FHA $300. down, stay and he will help us find a
I
? FOR RENT Riverside Riv-
$56.00 mo. RA 4-6126 place to rent. He gave me dir-
iera PW. Beaut. rum apt., largeLR
"
CPO Club Notes ections to get there.
DR & Air
BR. cond.
$106.00or
FOR SALE AIR CONDITIONED
To date, the Society has not had
INTERIOR DECORATORS HOME. $116.00 per mo. EL 5.8620 or any request for further assistance
Newly painted. 25' x 15 LR, 359-7941 Thursday May 9 from him. 14321 I :O : .CID 771-6161
3 BR, 2 Baths. Extra storage, ,
carport, screened porch fenced BUILD A BUSINESS of your own Happy Hour 4:30p.m.5:30. ,
patio, extra Ige lot with trees and selling Beauty Counselor cosmet-
ics. High profits. Low Investment.Call .
shrubs. Central heat. 1/2 way PHONE -
Mrs. Scott 389-9021

Friday May 10 359-5370 SEE USFIRST.
Dance featuring Johnny Arnold
dial EV 8-7676 "4", 9:00 p.m.-1:00 a.m. 7 DAYS A WEEK
9 a.m.-9 p.m. .

MILITARY Saturday, May 11 AND
Dance featuring your favorite
r Pf 2C2zira2S3tunoMwiM combo, 9:00 p.m.-l:00 a.m.

? AUTO L1AB IU Special Baked Ham $LOO fiIII SAVE!

tom:

Rot Iii Sunday, May 12 _
CUM nine*.
cove rpr 01 i.assHs+oKSMcDOUGALL'SEN Dance featuring Bud Clark,
8:00 p.m. 12:00 a.m.
r E WE TRADE

9483 Roosevelt Blti-NeW NAS-Jicson lll FOR FURNITURE
Monday 13
May 2! Lr
Pizza NIte OR ANYTHINGOF VALUE


CONVENIENT Tuesday, May 14 4000 PHILIPS HIGHWAY
( .! Just of Philip Highway ) I
Game 8:00
Night
RIVERSIDE CHEVROLET Game Happy night.Hour for p.m.one hour after 1 : I ..


CEDAR HILLS

Wednesday, May 15
Western Nite with the Country *(}

CENTER Drifters. f

TIRED
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Acey Ducy Club &
Visit Our Conveniently Of Just Eating Out?

Located Lot In The

Cedar Hills Shopping Center Thursday, May 9 J- Step into Wonderland *
Sing-A-Long 7:30 10:30: p.m. fr
Friday, May 10 Enjoy Jacksonville'sMost &
FOR : Music by Bud Clark 8:30 p.m. p 5o Romantic & .
12:30 a.m.
BEST TRADES..BEST TERMSON Saturday, May 11 $ ExquisiteRestaurant
Dance Featuring Cappies' Com-
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9
bo, 8:30 p.m. 12:30 a.m.
CHEVROLETS, CHEVY I ITS, CORVAIRSChevrolet Sunday, May 12
Game Night 5:30 7:30 p.m.
1r
Music by Tom Hill 8:30 11:30
p.m. f 1
Monday, May 13 a azson

Pinochle and Chess Tourna-
ment, 7:30 10:30 p.m.
: Tuesday, May 14
TOSS RIVERSIDE AVENue
Game Night, 8:00 11:30
3530 BLAND ING BLVD. p.m. ))
Wednesday, May 15
'k
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Happy Hour, 4:00 6:00 p.m. ;Q "'J J W ,



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9 MAY 1963 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE
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'Computerese' A Coming 'Jammers' SeekTechnical

HelpA


Thing For Base WorkersBy "Windjammer production Players"meeting will of the be

Andrew H. Planey held on May 14, at 8:00 p.m. in
the Teenage Club, Bldg. 804.
"Data Processing" and the guage, the Data Processing De- The group is now casting its second -
machinery necessary to put I it intooperation partment in cooperation with the production, "My Three
may be just words to the Management Analysis Office and Angels."
majority of workers here at NAS the Industrial Relations Depart- There is a need for workers behind -
Jax, both civilian and military,but ment, has scheduled a special the scenes, it was disclosed.
1 more and more of it is becoming a training course. Electricians, scenery painters,
part of their daily lives. Hundreds of employees will attend wardrobe and prop people are
Some employees may still be the new course, slated to particularly in demand. Military
unexposed to this advanced and tentatively begin May 15. The personnel or civilian service em-
still growing concept of office group, the bulk of which will be ployees are welcome to join the
management and organization, but supervisors, will be Introduced to Little Theater group.A .
they will not be able to remain so the basic fundamentals of elec- general meeting of the group
for long. tronic data processing and will become will be held on Tuesday, May 21,
Data Processing as carried out acquainted with the"nuts and at which time the election of officers -
here at NAS, emanating primarily bolts" of the entire operation. will be heldMOVE
from the Data Processing Depart-
ment In Building 110, has already
pushed beyond its four walls into
every department and into every
management level. The new department -
provides managementwith (]J YOURHOME
When you need a loa for any valuable decision-making

facts as part of its ability to pro- WHEN
HFC!
good purpose..see cess routine paperwork and is

That's a good thing to remember,anytime you find your- proving indispensable to manage- YOU MOVE !
ment In the control and of
self in deep water, and short of cash. For HFC has beena planning
its business.The .
lifesaver to over 100,000 servicemen
We're every year. arrival of the data processIng ii: When you move, do you dread
always ready to help.
operation, along with its con- selling the house, moving the
ventional electric furniture, seeking a new homeDin
accounting ma-
MONTHLY PAYMENT flANS a strange community?
v o.t chines and electronic computershas .
tl 6 MOVE YOUR HOME
This tabl. shows tamp/ f Mr, p Mr. ***** not only created a new concept :: YOU TRANSFER'' At
loon plant. You can borrow SIM2W f 5.93 57.29 $10.07 18.48 governed by a new set of rules,but Home Brokers you will
any amount up to 11.86 14.59 20.14 3657 has also spawned a new language find the greatest values and
3M5M 17.79 21.88 3021 55.45 the nicest selection in town!
$600 and which could be called "comterese" -

monthly payments orrang.to SI too 34.39 2857 35.85 42.66 5935 49.75 109.80 91.78 ("computerese" will =-
be the subject of a separate article -
- your need. .._ ...,,.., .
Ctr..ta tU4 tt J% dxw.Nkd..rnrui in a future issue of the Air News).
..., _
; Mmcn fUWQ ,stop
eN Z%s-1; re...,. And it is with this "com- [3
puterese" personnel must become
familiar in order to understandjust
HOUSEHOLD Fl what is going on. Masteringthis Special
weird language of the computer Military
HOIVIBROKERS
people Is the first step, It Deal .

25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 seems. In
People working in the Data Pro- Homes
Cedar Hills Shopping Center cessing Department, and a few On
3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 others, have already become
familiar with this new lingo. As a Wheels
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 3984541Above toward
step initiating more peopleinto 3958 Phillips Highway
office open Friday evenings until 8 P.M. the inner workings of the system Phone 3597121Huntington
Including its special lan-

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X CONVENIENT NAS & CECIL FIELD
VA I In Service I Loan

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I GREATEST HOME VALUE Monthly Payment I Monthly Payment
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$99.57 i $96.24

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Huntington is the community i

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shopping centers, churches, schoolsand _
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>I bath for milady. There are two other bedrooms with a separate colorful tile bath. Large
living room has sliding safety glass doors and fixed safety glass panels looking into the courtyard. A breakfast bar
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Winning Bass


By Marc Whetstone, J01

Standing near the reeds at the There followed w..w.i
L.
edge of Casa Linda Lake, a young pause then
fisherman casually cast an arti- quickly became lLES!
ficial purple worm lure toward the struck again.On .
center of the Inlet waters. the loser's
Suddenly the ripples caused by was a two-pound,
the lure hitting the surface were On the victorious ((
magnified by a huge flashing ringas was Claude J. ( )
a large mouth bass struck. catch was the ( ) INC.
Nooner's Fishing ( )
Yarbrough ( )
Thursday, next to
( )
the two-week
sponsored by .
vices. It was (
venture of the )
I he landed I
Last Friday,
,' ,.. Support Airman
'''I two winners of the
; I4l Xg,. fish categories to
,
." bream prizes., Catcher an eight
1&&I Robert Manning,
Maint. The Bridge
.. : fish ((4 / )
BEST NOONER CATCH was the contest was
this 2lb., >0 z. bass held by Goodwin, ADR1, !
lucky angler C. J. Yarbroughof Maint.
NATTU AE Support. (Of. Each victor wag
(ficial U. S. Navy Photo by a Shakespeare bring
Marc Whetstone, J01)) Spin-Wonder Special # choice.
by

fax Wave Keglers Mansfield.Lieutenant During the Center"I wI

Place 3rd In 6ND In men each with category the

with lures of
Naval Air Basic Training The derby
Pensacola, won Doth the men well I
and women's divisions In the Sixth Assistant
Naval District Bowling Tourna- vices Officer W.
ment, at Key West. were 397 registra
The Jax Wave bowling team that the contest League
placed third In the women's divi- most successful ;
sion with an 18 game team pin- taken by Special
fall of 10009 which averages about This being
139.5 pins per person per game. that the "
Jax Naval Air Technical test" might
i j'' Training Unit placed fourth In fair. Further,
1 the men s division. They had a Interest be shown
I total pin-fall of( 12982, an 180 indi- sibility of It
vidual game average. nual event.


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JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 9ctc


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... t.. ( \'"'-- -. .- Thinclads Streak Thru Rain I IIn

By.Leon Dulin

o spite of Florida's liquid sun- Hampered by the rain, times were 220 Yard Dash
shine, station thinclads gatheredon relatively slow but according to Clifton Albritton AF679th 26:5:
April :30) to strut their stuff. Frank McCaffrey, lilt was apretty 440 Yard Dash
good meet considering the boys Ted Turner Marines 56:7

were wearing.hip.boots." Mile Run
; IM GolfResults Lyal Herzog Hospital 5:04:9
Hospital ran away with the meet Shot ((12 Lb.)
I. by more than doubling the numberof John Moore Marines 42 W
points held by the second place High Jump
Marine team. The Hospitalmen Fred Kolman Hospital 5'T' \
also had the only double event win Broad Jump
After four weeks In intramural ner In Fred Kolman who won both Fred Kolman Hospital 17'10"
golf VP-30's A and B teams remained the high jump and broad jump. He Sprint Medley
as the only two undefeated set one of two new records by James Kastl Hospital
teams In both the American and cracking the old high jump and Hubert Sowell

M +__ the National Leagues, respect- establishing a new 5'T leap for Lyal Herzog
ively. the event. Joe Sapp
DUUH American results Team Scoring:
What was that name ? League : Hospital . . . 45
again Monday, April 29 The other new record belongsto Marines . . . 22
VP-30 "A" 6 VP-7 3 Mike Herzog of the Marines,who VAP-62 . . . 11
A/C Malm 7 &Marines Ifc ran a 5:09:9 mile. This was the 679th . . . . 10
Admin 6 FAW-11 3 first year the mile had been run. VA-45 . . . 4
Completed Hospital "AU 8 &vP-s % Results In the events were: FAW-11 . . . 3

National League results: Event Unit Winning Time Operations. . . . 2
Coverage! 100 Yard Dash 0& R. . . . . .0
4 Thursday, May 2 Joe Sapp Hospital 10:9: NARTU . . . . 0
d 11 VA-45 4 r/z NARTU 414
AUTO LIABILITY
4 ComFairJax 5 & VP-16 3 &
(. U FIFTH MARINE HOME OWNERS VAP-62 8 FAETU 1 Sailors, Fishermen May

CASUALTY LIFE American League standings: Rent Fish Camp BoatsBy I

Low Down Payments VP-30: ) "A" 3 0
Easy Monthly Payments Hospital A" 3 1 Marc Whetstone, J01runabouts.
Representing Military Underwriters A/C Maint 3 1 With the announcement last weekof ." The camp recently *.
VP-7 2 2 the $500,000 Schlitz Fishing received seven new fiberglassboats
AUTO INSURANCE FOR Admin 2 2 Derby, there will undoubtedly be he added which are not
MILITARY PERSONNEL Marine 1 2 numerous local military anglers registered but may be powered by
VP-5 1 3 taking to the waters In northern 7-1/2 h.p. engines.The .
Business: 388-3583 Home: RA 4-3249 FAW-11 0 4 Florida. range of engines availablefor
Be they active duty or r e 11 i red checkout Include: 10-5 h.p. I
BOLEN-WRIGHT: lnc National League standings: personnel, these fishermen have at Clintons; 12-3 h.p. Evenrudes; t
6483 their disposal here at NAS Jax a 9-7 1/2 h.p. Scotts and one.14 h.p. I
Rooseyelt Boulevard VP-30 2 0
well organized Special Services Scott. These outboard motors,together a
ComFairJax 2 1
Hospital "B" 2 1 Fish Camp located just south of with boats may be rented tat
VP-18 2 1 the Malnslde service station.It the camp for 75 cents an hour *
VA-45 2-1/2 1-1/2 Is open from 6 am. to 6 p.m. or $3 per day. The price also
/ Service VAP-62 1-1/2 1-1/2 dally and houses a few Florida includes a full tank of fuel.
NARTU 1 1 State registered craft plus a "In addition to the powered
VP-16 0 2 variety of nonregistered fishing boats," related the camp super-
boats as well as several outboard visor, "five sailboats are avail
S FAETU 0 4 .. able for for the
{ motors ranging from five to 14 rent. Charges
horse power. sailing craft are 50 cents an houror
l Presently In charge of the campis $1.50 daily.
Give To J.M. Breazeale ADJ2. He Is The fish camp does not have
\ assisted by two seamen an airman fishing equipment, such as rods
IEV
7-64821 and a fireman. They are, and reels, sinkers, hooks, line,
Navy Relief respectively, H. M. Frazier, F. etc., but It does carry worms,live
A. Hawkins, R. J. Koscluk, and D. shrimp and shinners for sale when
COASTAL AUTOMOTIVE H. 'Williams. available. Right now,with the fish-

"We have five aluminum boats, ing season coming Into swing.
Special Services has 10,000 worms
"YOUR CAR DESERVES THE BEST!" Drawing sometimes referred to as swamp
"and on order. There Is, however, a
boats, Breazeale,
SPECIALIZING IN STARTERS AND GENERATORS! says limited amount of wormdiggingarea
three State registered fiberglass
J. E. Baker 6073 Roosevelt Blvd. Jax, Fla. June 7 near the camp.



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PHONE 384-5575 FOR RENT at the NAS Fish Camp are boats and motors such as
this one being readied for a river jaunt by camp attendees H. M.

Frazier, SA, and D. H. Williams, FA. (Official U. S.. Navy Photo

6435 Roosevelt BoulevardJacksonville 10, Florida by Ron Gardner, PH2P1)I )



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, PAGE 10 JAX AIR NEWS tUUU! 9 MAY 1963


I Mills Of Hospital Mrs. Ryles Wins iiIII



Shuts Out VP-7 NinePatrol
OWGA TrophyFor

squadron seven fell from A/C Malm 3 3
the unbeaten ranks, 0-7, to an VA-45 I l.: : 3 3 e N
on-rushing Hospital nine, last weekas O&R n' 2 3 2nd YearThe
R ed Mills pitched another shutout COMess < t ti 2 3
He and his battery-mate, VAP-62 < r'' 1 4 regular golf season closed
James Dwiggins, have been doing FAW-11 i 1 4 last week for the Officers' Wives

some devastating pitching to blank VP-16 0 4 Golf Association with the completion TWICE IN A ROW Mrs. J.W. Ryles (center) receives the 1963 OWGA
four of five of their
Hospital hitters have brought opponents.in Notional LeagueWIN of the Third Annual Championship Championship Golf Trophy from Preside Mrs. H.F. Gingrich as
of 16 LOSS Tournament.The junnerup, Mrs. E.D. Ikenberry looks on, (Offictol U.S. Navy Photo)
an average runs per game Hospital 5 0 grand winner jof the four- ,
and have essentially disjointed VP-7 4 1
day event was Mrs. J. W. Ryles
t every opposing pitcher that they VP-30 3 1 with scores of 87-84-95-92. She / 00 CARLOADII
have batted against. Crash & Fire 3 1 was presented with the champion- ,
Results Supply '. 3. 2 ship trophy by association chairman Movies Including with Free Pass.Wed.
American League Admin 3 2 Mrs. H. F. Gingrich.
See the Best for Less.
ComFairJax 3 2 Runnerup among the 32 con- c
Monday, April 29 Marines 2 3 testants was Mrs. E. D. Ikenberrywho See dally papers for
O & R 12 FAW-11 2 Dispensary 1 4 had scores of 95939388.The } 04 programs.
VP-18 6 VAP-62 5 FAETU 1 4 Wives Association golf Eat the best Pizza
AF679th 10 COMess 9 VU-10 1 4 season usually runs from Sep- this side of Rome.
VA-45 15 VP-16 5 NAMTG 0 5 tember through April. Free Box Popcorn with this ad U.S. 17 &0.
NARTU 2 A/C Maint 1



Ordnance Wednesday'4 VAP-62, May 1 3 3 ROOMS OF 1 FINE FURNITURE

AF679th 5 O & R .4
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Jacksonville Suns still
struggling to catch up with their
1962 pace, entertain the Indianapolis -
Indians in the International
AAA League fray tonight at 7:30
p.m. to conclude the current home
stand. *

Special reduced-price ticketsfor
serviceman are available at
Special Services, Bldg. 704,
Ext. 593. General admission
(grandstand) ducats go for 50
cents, reserved seats 85 cents,
box seats $L35 and children 50
cents. Those purchasing ticketsat
NAS need not be in uniform but
those purchasing servicemen's
tickets at the gate must be in Your living room will glow with this exquisite group.
uniform and have proper cards. Beautifully upholstered In "Early American" son for'
All single games begin at 7:30 lied covers over famous Polyfoam. Roomy sofa and /1' '4 U t I l. v yur abr.. rssM grtupMvld
p.m.; doubleheaders start at 6 chair fit perfectly with the sturdy tables In ItS a 1 I.mMopl. pricVMirl h.FS irMkij,,.c/wdych.lhlt U..,iliM wen.ph.lue..d Ml N riut sn L e.1
and ." fin i s h. The two lamp tables and charming v | cvtwf tn fhotmmi ''fa ly AmMKan'
p.m.; Sunday begin at ,
games
tt pwlKol lo with mar pal pUUK
4:00: p.m.Yorktown. cocktail table will add prestige to your home. Oh yes, /N""d. matdmif edge bih wirti Icvrly mopUf
the two lovely,lamps are Included too. {+h.Yw'D' Iwvt I*c n.m MA Al thit|lew
f K w.(t nM pink I 1.havt IhtM Ivnj.
Ranger Sts.

Now Emergency THERE IS ONLY ONE NORMANDY WAYSIDE FURNITURE CO.


Ambulance RouteThe

flashing red light and siren
system have been activated at the NORMANDY
corner of Yorktown and Ranger WAYSIDE
streets, it was announced this week
by Charles Able, Safety Superin-

tendent.This system has been estab- FURNITURE CO.
lished to permit the Dispensary
ambulance to reach the Operations
Field with little delay in the event 5887
4 of an accident. NORMANDY BOULEVARD PHONE 389-1144

All hands, are reminded that it
is a station traffic regulation that OP EN Sunday 12 NOON to 6 PM Monday Friday 9 AM to 6 PM Cqfurday,9 AM to 6 PM

4 all drivers, upon seeing a flashing -
red light or hearing a siren,
must come to a complete stop.




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JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 11)


Aquatic Maids VP-30 Teams

C5Remain
Preparing Water
to
UnbeatenA

I Ballet ProgramA

1 \ of officers' wives have big match in National League Bandits.
group
.tII Bowling occurred last Thursday James Cooper of the Mixers had.
been the of
t \, busily stirring waters night when the Griffins; bumped off the high set of 570 in the National
r', \ the Indoor Pool, Bldg. 614, as
'\ l' for the Owl Hoots 3-L The Griffins, League.
/ they prepare a summer water
Two important matches in the
who a28-8 win-loss
ballet were carrying
> presentation."So far," balletcoorlnator record, were 81 points out of' first American League involved the
says wins of the Chiefs over the Fal-
r s Marlene Lusskin, "we have about but the Owl Hoot defeat practically
the the cons 3-1 and the Bowleros 4-0
closed by narrowing
gap
15 wives taking an active interestWe
in need of count to a mere 31 points. This triumph over the Road Runners.
are more parti-
Clay Sessons of the Mad Foxes
however." leaves the Griffins with a 31-9
cipants It ,was pointed out that ((77S7) to the Owl Hoots 29-7 came close to adding his name to
the 600" Club as he took the
in show ((806ft)
experience aquatic
Seven picked three American League high honors for
is Lucky up
maneuvers not necessary. Onlya
the night with a 594 set.
from the VU-10 defeatedthe
basic of is Mixers
AQUA-MAIDS Connie Weiss, Nancy Stuebben and Marlene Luis- required.knowledge swimming Neptunes 3-1, the Electronswon In the Continental League the
kin (L. to R.) take a moment on dry land to smooth over a maneu- Practice sessions are being held 3-1 over Hospital, and the AirFrames Hornets continued their winning
ver which a of officers' wives : concluded ways with a 4-0 win over the CUr-
Thursday
group are practicing in preparationfor each Tuesday at 8 p.m. Any of-
a summer water ballet show. The wives, of which more ore ficers' wives interested in joiningthe night's bowling with a 3-1 over the sors, while the Confidential
needed, are meeting each Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Indoor Pool, ballet are asked to call Mrs. halted their 40.Gregory .hanger-mates the
Bldg. 614. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2.P1)) Lusskin, Phone 384-7702. Cougars, Holllnger, of the CUr-

sors rolled the Continental high set
:i f_ with a 556.


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will be shown regularly
AIR CONDITION at 7 p.m. on Monday through Saturday -
: ; at 2 and 7 p.m. on Sunday, at
Th the Mains ide and NATTU Theaters

-. and at 7 p.m. only on Sunday at the
=:=:=': === :E ; ". -- YOUR Hospital Theater. These times are
=-_= =;" :;:= 1 1= subject to change.
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Mainside Two For The Seesaw
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THE WORLD FAMOUS 'l'EX AN" Sunday, May 12
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WITH 7aSOn AIR CONDITIONERFEATURING For TheSeesaw -

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"AIR-SWEEP"" ... OSCILLATES THE AIR FROM WALL TO WALL! Monday, May 13
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McDUFF IS HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL YOUR AIR CONDITIONING NEEDS Tuesday, May 14

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Wednesday, May 15
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OUR LAKESHORE STORE I"tIl Below

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beyond your reach than it did when
2068 BLANDING you were young? Well, it actuallyis
BLVD.9our it recedes from the earth at
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