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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: June 20, 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 be considered an official I 1 expression( 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.

VOL. 21 NO. 15 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA June 20, 1963

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WINNING TICKET for MOMENT..A retired Navy lieutenant, D. McAlley is presented the keys to the Navy Re. I I
Falcon is drawn by top prize Thunderbird by Cdr. E.F. Hilderbrant, head of the price committee. Other cars went
Department. Winner was ( Richard Post, AN of VF174. Chevy II; Mrs. Rosana Thomasian, wife of a P01, Corvair and
by Ron Gardner, ) Nobles, Falcon. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1))


Drive Goes Over Goal;

Recruits Commendations


For 85-Day Named Highlight '1



AN TrainingRecruits two additional prizes, a Winning ticket numbers, prizesand InspectionThree \

II. convertible and a Webcor names of winners are: 3222, Navymen are scheduled to
bringing the prize total Thunderbird, Lieutenant McAlley, be honored at the NAS Personnel
from New 26. The committee will pay for Route 1, Green Cove Springs; Inspection tomorrow.
ginia, Alabama, Georgia prizes and other expenses 66215, Corvair, Rosana ThomasIan Robert A. Weaver, ATCA, Ord- ...
ida, 120 In all, will have the gross total while the 8011 Jaffree; 39941, Falcon, nance Dept., will receive the Navy
fit .of 150 years of share of the money will Earl Nobles, 5311 Glenwood Ave.; Unit Commendation as will Rich
experience to guide them turned over to the Navy Relief 68309, Mens Bristol golf clubs" ard E. Coffman, YN2 of Military
next 85 days in the bag and cartS.R. Ferand. VA-45; Personnel Office. John H. Buck-
Day accelerated airman participating in the 63232, lady's Bristol golf clubs man, AMS2 of the Aircraft Main-
program.The Included NAS, Jacksonville; bag, and cart, R.E. Marten, VFP- tanance Dept. will receive a Letterof
,Glynco; NAS Sanford; NAS, 62; 38003, tape recorder, S.a Commendation.Chief .
olticers, chiefs and Field and Naval Station
,
Weaver Is receiving the
men, all reservists on (Continued On Page 4))
NUC for performance of duties
active duty, who are
the responsibility of this with Heavy Photographic Squadron
education, have a combined Sixty-Two during the Cuban
150 of professional 4)p Crisis.
years The citation Fred
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signed by
ience in teaching and Navy
Korth of the
back them up.Consisting. Secretary Navy,
reads In part, "For outstandingand
entirely of meritorious service In the
teers, these recruits, performance of classified aerial
whom are sons of active photographic reconnaissancemissions
tired naval personnel, of paramount military -'-
lected on the basis of high Importance to the security of the
achieved In tests on general c- -i United States of America on a
ification, developement and continuing basis between January
ematics. re -i 18,1960 and October 25, 1962. The
Being an accelerated : conduct, professional skill and devotion -
program will give the : f to duty on the part of all
equivalent of five months members of this squadron were In
of bootcamp and airman keeping with the highest traditionsof
tory schooling. Depending the United States Naval
length of service prior to Service."
day course, the recruits Coffman will receive the NUC
ready for the rating of for his assignment with the United
successful completion of States Naval Mobile Construction
gram. This In turn will Battalion One. His citation, also
them for a second 85-day signed by the Secretary of Navy,
for advancement to third reads:
petty officer ratings. "For exceptionally meritorious !
The majority of this scores fired during the SE Regional Pistol Matches at the service from April 1,1961 to : i I
youths still In high are (L to R) Virgil Placid, ADCS of NAS, Cdr. Bill Toney March 1, 1962 In connection with .. j
the time they graduate AECS of NAMTG, Jax. Cdr. Toney, a Naval Reservist, Won operations In Antarctica. Working
school they will be well when it was held here in Jacksonville. On two weeks ac long, arduous hours In the face of
way to becoming third the commander serves with the Border Patrol in civilian paralyzing cold, blowing snow, and
officers. The benefits to ( the AII-Navy Rifle and Pistol Championships-Otficial U.S. equipment and parts shortages,

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Editorial Station Traffic .

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Do You Rate Being Violation RecordThe


Is a reportof
Called A Serviceman ? motor following vehicle accidents and The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
the U. S. Naval Air
traffic violations for the period published each Thursday at Station

June 10 through 16, 1963- Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
and firm. All copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR
Military bearing appearance are two Items continuously expounded private
upon. Yet, do we take these lectures to heart? Do we attempt DUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis : NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
to conduct ourselves In a manner creditable to our branch of ser Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before
vice, regardless of whether we are In or out of uniform? week June 10-16..8 publication. News Items are welcomed from all sources.
Civilians and members of other services see a man in uniform and Total accidents this year Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8164.
16................123
through June solicited by the publisher and queries
will often base their opinions of that branch of service solely upon the Advertisements are
appearance and behavior of that individual This not be justified. Total accidents through June such should be directed to the HoltPublishing
but It's usually the case. The same holds true for may servicemen when In ...................................135 concerning Company 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida --

civilian attire--they are still representativ of the Armed Forces; NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE Telephone 359'-5140 or 359-027L

of their particular branch. LAST INJURY IN MOTOR
Don't try to escape this responsibility--.face up to It with pride. 11 15 JUNE A), 1V63
VEHICLE ACCIDENT........ VOL. 21 NO.
Wear your uniform with dignity; conduct yourself accordingly, In
uniform or civvies. Show the public that you are a representative of
service and proud of It. NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis
your Some "Sad-Sack" fall week...........................50
will back
the old that
types on excuse they'reIn
a special category assignment and aren't required to spit-and- Speeding..8 What MakeMost An Accident 11

polish. In some cases this be true, but what happened to their Speeding..8
may Reckless Driving( ...................2
personal pride? Will they always have someone around to tell them to
shine their shoes or to straighten their ties? of us think of traffic accidents didn't go off....
The answer Is NOr You are supposed to be an adult who can take Reckless Driving..2 as things that happen to "I've had to skip breakfast
care of yourself. Exercise self-evaluation--would the thousands of Going through stop sign.........1 "other people". didn't even get my coffee-and I'ma
men that have been killed in the same uniform that you are wearing Other violations...................39 Are they? Let's look at your fellow who says, don't talk to me

be proud to have you as a successor? They gave their lives for what Forty drivers appeared before odds: In the morning til I've had my
that uniform represents and for this country. Can't you give it a little the Traffic Hearing Board at the Someone--a man, a woman or coffee. I'm rushing, and all upset,
more time? meeting held on June 17. DlsposJ a child is killed in Florida traffic and going too fast, and pretty soonthere's
Itlon of the cases Include the following every 7 hours and 18 minutes. a busy Intersection and I

: 20 lost driving and parking Someone and usually more than see the light too late so all I

Leave The Navy ExchangeOut privileges aboard the station for one person Is Involved is in a can do is jam on the brakes, butI
various periods; 18 were assigned traffic accident every 4 1/2 min- can't stop, and I hit another car."
to complete an eight-hour courseIn No one will ever know how often
remedial driving Instructions; utes.Most accidents result only In this sort of thing leads to ac-
of Being A Good SportCities 23 received suspended penalties; property damage-they just cost cidents. Certainly it's not uncom

four were given warnings; three money. But, how many of these mon. The baby was sick, and
were dismissed and six were referred just missed taking a life or crip- mother and dad were up all night.
and states, when they need additional revenue, Invariable
to commanding officers for ? Haven't had Or Or there
pling a body you some they've quarreled.
Items.
resort to hiking taxes on cigarette and other so-called luxury
possible disciplinary action. close calls ? Is the are troubles. One
Does this affect service people _ _ _ ? yourself danger money thing or
who do much of their buying at -- Review only to "other people"? another may set the stage for an
exchanges and commissaries? It that you're jeopardizing the whole Navy Group Let's face i It: most so-called accident.

certainly does I exchange-commissary structure Studies Undersea traffic "accidents" aren't accidents -
We all have friends or neigh- which operates to serve you and at all they're caused oc-
Washington (AFPS) A Deep
your dependents--nobody else. It curences.
bors In civilian life. We're usedto
is not competitive with retail busi Submergence Systems Review Most of them occur on straight
them small favors
just as
doing has been established Joint Chiefs Rename
Group by
ness.It level roads In clear weather and
we don't hesitate to ask favors of
of the Fred
is a benefit exclusive;you as Secretary Navy Korthto broad daylight. Why do they hap-
them. It's the pattern of our liv-
consolidate all of the Caribbean Command
Navy'scontinuing
a member of the Armed Forces. pen?
Ing--being a good sport, never too
efforts to solve the
busy to go out of our way to help It's part ofyourpay.andnocivilian Nine out of ten times, one or Washington (AFPS) The
of deep
someone. acquaintance, whatever his endearing many problems ocean more law violations has occur- Caribbean Command has been

All well and good. But whenit qualities, has a built-in operations.The will not directly con- ed. Most drivers obey the law- changed to the United States
group
demand on the returns you get usually. Other times ... Southern Command (US-
extends to letting people in on cern Itself with current efforts Involving SOUTH COM).
from the U.S.for services ren-
our exchange and commissary dered. the USS Thresher unless FOR EXAMPLE, TAKE HARRY Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor,
benefits It's carrying affabilitytoo requested by authorities in chargeof chairman of the Joint Chiefsof
far. What's so heinous you ask, Don't ever feel like a cheap the oDerajlon. Take the case of Harry Jones, Staff, said the name change
about picking upa couple of cartonsof skate in politely rebuffing people Hear Adm. E.: C. Stephan a young man on the way up. He's had been approved by the Sec
cigarettes for a likable civilianwho's who want to use this privilege of USN, commander of theU.S. Naval due at the office an hour early retary of Defense.
as a convenience.Most for The Department of Defense
always ready with a helping yours Oceanographic Office and a a staff meeting that means a
hand? of them, If you remind them veteran submariner, has been relieved lot to his career. But, the alarm said, "these of the increased changes are emphasis indicative

What's wrong about It Is simply of why It exists and how urgently of all other responsibilitiesto being placed by the United
It must be protected from abuse serve as chairman of the group. States Government on the

will feel no resentment. "': ;" ;-- 01.;. ..;. ... '. : countering militant commUnist
tr"l
Besides, It's against Armed : i '"t;:':tl'f..tto;: .;:::- g't ;. ...j :;'" : ;f.i': influence in the Western
.Jt.J.li: ."" : '' < "I.' ":: ::,lf: ..,;-'t..{. .::: Z... ., s.;} "
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; Hemisphere.
Services Exchange regulations to .>.fr :; : .:h :Y': ', '. >." ,1' ;
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Items ) 'Id. ); { .l.4'. .;'t..f.o.\i.! . rt.li'"JI',4: .. ? Headquarters of USSOUTH
buy at the exchange and ; :: :" .' '"' ... ;. ;. ,
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COM is at Quarry Heights
P" commissaries for
EAKfl unauthorized
'f'i-f. '' ., J.ftt Panama Canal Zone.
civilians. > .( :'
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Blood Donors .4 :. v .'. :: : NATTU Library ,
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N"fOEAE1OIlVE Sixteen enlisted persons recently 't.. sfI:," 'if f
donated blood to the Naval .:.;';. : ,:,.
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Hospital Blood Donor Center. ',,:"J'.J..'.\" (;,\.1J. :' Summer ReadingA

Donating blood from NAS Navy .I..:.:... ., .:;..'
Exchange were Cdr. Johnie L, ;1r it1:. r..; .
Delaney and Lt. (jg) Thomas N. :"1f : ? '#/I; children's reading program
..ti'r'f{.. began this week at the Naval Air
Fickling. ,. ..:!...
Bernard Weiss, ADR1 donated. {ir.:1f Technical Training Unit Library.The .
from NAS Galley IL ,ff b program will be held In King

ATA5 Donors from Aircraft Maintenance ;,1ll b .., Hall Building 563 throughout the

Ltf Department were:Earnes'. summer.
CasWI.ACENC wrn1 Ot4E'S Q. Adams, ADJ2; Robert L, Ar- $! :J' Nursery school through the third
meaivices\ GOOD, TOTO
E LIVE/ WIThgEET ment, AN; William K. Blais, AN; .. grade children may attend Picture
1030.
Ur WI14OLi15HAME Larry W. Bums, AA; ChristopherE. \.. I Book Hour every Tuesday at
OtZ A60NV Wt114ONE'G Burton ADR3; Michael D, -------'-- J Older children are invited to attend
I.IMrt-flop.J6 16 Jones AA; Roy Edward Kirkland, t.;,:.;'" fdpog1AIr I J. Story Hours on Wednesday, July
:06
em-I. ErrR' AMS3; Lewis E. Lutz, ADJ2 ",'- 17 and August 17.

McCarthy Price, ADR2. Those who wish may keep a record -
.. Overhaul and Repair Department : OUR MOST of summer reading as Book

donors were: LafayetteG. Barnett, Bound" passengers on the trail of
AN; Bruce F. Brown AN; GlennA. NOTORIOUS RRE//4zAR reading adventures a program

Campbell, AN; and Larry R. . sponsored by the Jacksonville
Wilkinson AN. ::" :'!" > ir.::, .':: ?1:. .;?:<:'! ..';:-,.. ;.:?;;. J.=-" .. ,::,;" ;;,/r f'A: Public Library. More Information
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First NAS Hospital Corpsman

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The first hosptial corpsman
; from the NAS Medical Depart-
ment to receive the Serviceman of
the Month award was honored last
Friday. He is Robert C. Clements,

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Captain James R. Compton,NAS i
Commanding Officer presented
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Clements with a $50 check. He
will also receive an all expensetour
of St Augustine, courtesy of ':
the USO. I
The corpsman was honored for JI
his conscientious and continuing tt4' ..-
dally performance In which he demonstrates J
1 q R a outstanding qualitiesof I
leadership in his dealings super- I
vision, and utilization personnel
assigned to work for him, it was )
A 'WELCOME A WAR D of $50 is presented to Robert C.CIe- stated.
ments, HM1, of the NAS Medical Dept. by Capt. James R. Com "He voluntarily\ uses his own I
pton, NAS Commanding Officer as Cdr. Robert K. Vickory, Medical time such as lunch hours and after
Administrative Officer looks on. Clements is the first NAS normal working hours In counsel-
Corpsman to win the Serviceman of the Month Award. ling, teaching and otherwise assisting ;
(Official/ Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone JOn) subordinates !in pre'para-',
tlon for advancement in rating or !
advising them relative to their deficiencies -
Naval Air 1630
Lodge In military aspects as
well as technical areas for their

( ) lAM Granted RecognitionAs men improvement commendation.and servicemen'as hospital, said his corps-re-

g Clements was also cited for his
a result of the employee i igible employees voted and well capability and ''good judgment in f
election here at the station on over 50f of those voted for lAM instances where
two specific young
Wednesday June 5, Naval Air to represent them. non-rated men eresomething ofa
Lodge 1630, International Associ- An employee organiation granted problem. He voluntarily assumedthe
ation of Machinists has been exclusive recognition has the right 'roll of counselor'and the responsibility -
granted exclusive recognition for and obligation to represent all of teaching and guid-
the unit covering ungraded non- employees In the unit. Captain ing them.
supervisory employees at NAS, James R. Compton, NAS Com- -"
Jacksonville. manding Officer and his delegated
Approximately GSfo of the el- representatives will give con- Mechanical Chopsticks' w (
sideration to the views of the
organization in the formulation For Your Chop Suey )
VP-30 Hosts ,
development and implementationof
Industrial Relations matters and Tokyo (AFPS) Thanks to the '
.i'I Quality Control will specifically request such invention of a United States officer,
views from time to time in the Westerners will fret no more upon
development of these matters. entering an Oriental restaurant.Air .
Seminar HerePatrol
Written agreements will be Force Capt. George A.
negotiated between represent- Dawes has invented what may be
atives of Naval Air Lodge .1630 the biggest thing in Oriental cui-
Squadron Thirty was host and the commanding officer's re- sine since the fortune cookie,
unit for the Quality Control presenatives. It Is expected that mechanical chopsticks.
Seminar conducted on Wednesday orderly and constructive relation- Called "E-Z chops" they workon
i June 12. ships will continue and that together something like the pincer
t Lieutenant G.A. Spitz and M.G, the employees and manage- principle-one of those obvious
McAeer, ADCS gave a present- ment will bring about Imp roved efficiency ideas nobody had thought of be-
i iq ation on "How to Acquire Postive here at the Naval Air fore.
Control in 2 Duality Control Div- Station as well as Improved Captain Dawes, material man-
sions". employee well-being as envisionedby agement officer here at Fuchu AB,
Other items on the program included Executive Order 10988. Em- has a Japanese patent for his
the showing of a movie on ployees concerned and supervisors invention.In .
Value Analysis.The will be informed of negotiationswhen addition to the adult model
next Seminar will he heldin completed it was said. there Is also a Junior model.
early September at which time
VAP-62 will be the host group.It t 11 _--.l. !
is expected that Quality Control
Representatives fro m other Air
1 stations will also be present.A .
t committee of four represent-
atives was appointed to conduct
studies on Trend Analysis throughout -
various acitivites aboard the
station in an attempt to stand-
., ardize this part of the Quality

Control Program throughout the Y
station. ..ti wl r
The purpose of the seminars,
It was pointed out, is to improvethe
quality of work done on air-
craft here. EXCLUSIVE RECOGNITION is given officials of' Naval Air Lod-
ge 1630, International Association of Machinists, for ungraded
nonsupervisory employees here at NAS Jax by the Station commanding I
officer, Capt. James R. Compton. Accepting the letterof
Slips and falls--often caused by recognition are (L to R of' Capt.)Lewis E. Jordan, president;
pencils, papers, water and grease Walker Cutts,. financial secretary; Richmond L. Carver, record.
dropped on floors and stairs--are ing secretary; and Tom Landers, grand lodge representative and
the nation's second largest cause coordinator for southern district. Present for the occasion was
of work injuries, according to the Leonard B. Eubanks (far left), HAS Industrial Relations Officer.
t National Safety Council Other members of the executive committe not present for the
,!f. photo are Harold H. Gwaltney, Patrick H. Carroll, Glen B. B la-
lock, Thomas F. Hinton, James V. Williams, and Charles L.
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C1allification c Ilade Collcel'll ng Branch 126


' tlR FRA To Hold


Army, Air Force Extensions ElectionsMembers


D of Yukon Branch
A clarification has been made ward, and if the extension is for ) /fS of the Fleet Reserve Associationwill 126

regarding a recent announcementon less than one year. Travel pay will il meet In the Yukon
'
prohibiting accrued leave and only be given at the time of expiration ___ A'r Hall Branch
8
at p.m., Friday, June
travel enlisted contracted of 2L
pay to personnel if of a term enlistment
on an extension following a which includes an ex- r'"" ( All members are urged to attendas
regulartour. ;' !t: the election of officers for the
tension.I 1." ;v
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'\ < forthcoming year'will be
A Comptroller General ruling The ruling also pertains to the 'f.' : '' held
Nominations will be
which pertains primarily to Army Navy; however only In rare cases ....... 'the floor in addition accepted from
and Air Force, prohibits paymentof are such extensions necessary.The to those selected -
travel allowance and leave Navy Comptroller office GIVES LECTURE Former Indianapolis 500 mile race car driver by the nominating committee. -

carried forward or accrued during said that the Navy is permitted by Dwone Carter (center) was at HAS Jax last week and gave .

.. *extension to individuals who have law to effect reenUstments 90 days the Station personnel: a number of tips on si fe driving. His lecture -

entered in to an extension period. earlier than expiration date because sponsored by the Champion Spark Plug Co., Included a mo- If you drop or spill something,
The only way accrued leave will of duties performed such as vie entitled "Driving with a Champion". Greeting the oval race pick It up or wipe It up Immed-

be paid is if the individual does being at sea. driver Is (L) G.S. Duckworth, HAS Ground Safety Officer and iately. Leaving it for the sweeper

not elect to have it carried for- The Navy is also permitted to HAS Police Chief D. L. Lojudermill, (Official U.S. Navy Photo may result In the injury of a fellow

pay accrued leave and travel allowance by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)) employee.
to individuals obtainingtheir
Navy Relief first extension of an en- -

listment. Neither of these pay- MAKING A MOVE?
Harper, C&R; 91485, portableTV ments are made on subsequent ex- Jax Nine Travel

H.B. Flank, Glynco; 134381 tensions. Rent A
portable stero, Pfc. D.A. Daniels,
To Moody FridayJax NEW FORD TruckVANS
MAD, NATTU; 11200, girls bicy-
cle, W.T. Chase
Quarters 402; '
98003, girls bicycle, A.L. Lan- New FRAChartered Navy Is sending a mixed STAKES
caster, AOB School PICK.UPS
? 124268, girls Intramural softball team to MoodyAir *
bicycle, LIFT GATES
Bonahm
Buddy 100599
;
Force base tomorrow and Sat- *
boys bicycle, James F.Horten,Security urday for two double header ball PANELS
5 132050, boys bicycle, A.F. Mote Yourself
Hamm, Glynco; 76994, boys bicycle games. SO/0
,' at MayportA The Station doesn't have a var- And Save Up To SPECIALL'ONG.DISTANCE
P. V. Pierson 1414 Hin- sity squad as such and has there-
dricus; 32814, radio, S. Lacuzzi, fore selected a few of the top RATES

Orlando, Fla; 99139 radio, W, new Fleet Reserve Association players from the many intramural

T. McPherson, Class 6306; 54809, third of its kind In the teams presently in action. NI4T
radio, F.E Washburn, HatRon 5 ,'1"t TI 311 W. STATE ST.
; Jacksonville area, was Instituted The roster of names was not
23966, radio, W. E, Nowers V .A L EL 3.864
AP- R
last Thursday, June 13, at the available at press time but will
62; 25326, radio LR. Caturno, 3623 Enlisted Mens Club at the Naval appear in next week's Air News 110 JULIA ST.
Colebrooke Dr.; 57573, radio, M. Station, Mayport. together with run-downs on the El. 3-7475
Foyda, 2359 Barlad Dr. 24523
; ,
Mayport Branch 290 now joins Moody games.
radio N.V. Trupen, FAW-11844-;
FRAs 91 and 126 which are com-
20, radio L.O.Huffman, 6413 Ann- prised of active and retired
Navy
1 ers Blvd; 48263, radio W.J Hart, and Marine Corps personnel SAVE-NOW JAX NAVY"FAITH"
RATCC; 21971, radio, W.R. Chad-
the
During instituting
wick, VAP-62; 102431, Webcor stereo proce-
dures, the association's first of- FEDERALCREDIT
D.LStout, VA-44 and 11- ficials
were installed. They are
2056 Chevy II, R.P. Post, VF- :
President
Harvey E. Miller
UNION
174. 1st Vice President MellingerS. IN THE FUTURE

Bishop2nd
RecruitsContinued Vice President FrederickA.

Meyne
( From Page 1)). Secretary/Treasurer CharlesS. -R. ANTICIPATEDDIVIDED

Perry
dividual and the government are Several honored guests were
mutual.
present for the occasion besides
The Navy benefits from ,accept- members of Branches 91 and 126,
ing for duty a young petty officer and a number of special gifts were
steeped in Navy tradition and presented to the newly established

experience. Best of all, he is well- Branch, including a blue and gold 4 .8%
schooled for his rate. altar cloth and Bible, a gavel and '
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Lieutenant Commander R. G. guest book. /'

Wootten, Commanding Officer of After the ceremonies a buffet
the Unit, himself a teacher In the was served to the new membersand Compounded Semi-Annually
;' Brunswick, Georgia, educational their guests.
system, is aided by four other
teachers: Lieutenant R. S. Dick- BEFORE..ond ENJOY
ens, Executive Officer Chief R. CONVENIENT

E. McDonald, Francis C. Thompson -
i
AE3, all of Jacksonville, and MOBILE HOMELIVING
Chief J. E. Jackson of Tampa.

The adjustment for the young AT JACKSONVILLE'S
men will be difficult for the most
part. For some this is the first LOWEST PRICE !

time away from home, the first
time for making< their beds, doing The perfect
answer for homeon
you is a
their laundry, keeping their sleeping -
quarters clean, their shoes wheels. Mobile home living is for

Exercises doing physical traInning young moderns on the GO !
All this
drilling. plus a
daily average of four hours for
tr? books and classroom study.
"
"Not an easy life for a still .".
5887Roosevelt
growing boy," says Lt.Cdr. Woot- JACKSONVILLE

ten. "They are paid, of course, ,
but it can't be just the money.They / : : TRAILER Bird.
were all volunteers and to date no j i/J; j
.i !
9ne has lagged inprescribed tasks ; b'.H. / MART Phone

assigned duties or classroom > ,. t EV 8-3564
assignments. Nor do we expect a ; 1

single one to do so. We're proud AFTER Harold 0. Sechrest, AR, of Orlando, Fla., visited
'.of them and they are proud of barbershop while undergoing the 85-doy recruit here the
training
themselves." That's unbeatable HAS Jax. 120 at
an new enlistees experienced the
c'u "hair
lift"
combination.: (Official U. Navy Photo) .
"THE
NA TIOH'S
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\ Pennsylvania Has may be that as of September 1961 CMC Changes
eligibility was opened to two groups out me"'ca'
Korean Bonus For originally excluded, some of whom r
J may not have gotten the word. BY CLARK KINNAIRD Headgear For I

i At Least 57,000 Career servicemen were orig- (AFP8 Ame$,.. Hirltu Fsimdatlo Fs..Iure'AT

11I,I inally excluded from the state bon- THE TURN of the century, an historian listed the following Male MarinesThe
; The Pennsylvania Korean bonus us but are now eligible If they as the greatest American inventions: The cotton gin, the
a must be applied for before next can prove legal residence in Penn- mower and reaper, rotary printing-press, steamboat, sewing
,I Dec. 3L .State officials esti- sylvania on Jan 1, 1961. machine vulcanized rubber, the airbrake, the profile lathe the Commandant of,the Marine
mate that 57,000 eligibles have Another group originally excluded grain elevator, artificial ice-making machine and air conditioner, Corps has approved new regula-:
electric typesetting
light, typewriter
electric magnet telephone,
not yet applied., .One reason were those servicemen who machine tions for wearing of headgear by
were not awarded the Korean Ser- !Most of these had forerunners in Europe or elsewhere, but all male Marines. Major changes are: t
vice Medal The requirement for were brought to a state of usefulness and wide beneficiality by Company grade officers are required -
the Korean Medal Is no longer a American inventors, researchers and manufacturers. to possess only one frame
the of the list omitted the most original of
compiler
Oddly,
prerequisite to the bonus. This with black leather
EXPRESSWAYAPARTMENTS state Thomas A. Edison's inventions: the talking machine. cap. cap !
Basic eligibility is legal resi- Countless attempts to devise a machine that would set up visor, will be worn with both the
dence in Pennsylvania on enteringthe printing types faster and less laboriously than by hand alone service and dress uniforms. I
service and at least 60 days had proven unsuccessful when Ottmar Mergenthaler devisedthe Military Policemen will no ... ..
initial model of his "Linotype." With he *
active improvements be white'
military duty between longer required to wear
July
effected on the basis of extensive tests, it was adopted 77 years .1
Now renting >,. 2Yi Bedroom'sConveniently 25, 1950 and July 27, 1953. ago this year by the first of the thousands of newspapers to helmet liners. This Item will be
which it was to be invaluable: the New York Tribune. deleted from the list of standard
located to Mergenthaler got the first of his patents which revolutionized equipment for MP's and In;the fur: I
Downtown and NAS. Webster defines ladder typography when he was 30. lie was never satisfied with the ture they will wear the frame cap
a as l'
FURNISH......$70.00 "an appliance consisting of two results stopped he studying attained and and toiling never ," t1Ct with white cover. Commanding officers ,'

UNFURNISHED.. $55.00 long sidepieces, usually parallel, over improvements. Overwork" of deployed FMF units may
joined at Intervals by crosspieces was given as the reason for authorize the wearing of the gar- I
which in the death of the man who.. rison cap in lieu of the frame
on a person may step invented one of the most useful \j-tP. Q:"7J i
Cleo Davis ascending or descending." of all labor-savers. lie diedat cap.The
campaign hat will be retained -
doesn't
That description applyto 45.
rnRight \ item of issue for i
chairs, boxes, stools, tables, only as an
Drill Instructors and members of
REALTORS-INSURORS windowsills or radiators, the National \
588 S. EDGE WOOD Safety Council sayssowhyuse : 14th century Chinese in- Marine Corps Rifle and Pistol] i

EV 4-6444 any of the latter In place of the vention simplified typesetting; teams funded by Headquarters Marine \
ladder? It; had compartments for Ideographs Corps. '
The new regulations permit
on a revolving base.
commanding officers to make wid-

Left: How far the Mer- er use of the garrison caps at I
genthaler machine had all times, except: for honor .. \
been developed in 1892. guards, guard duty other than' I
FMF and while on leave or lib- i

erty in the United States. Marines, I

I _ei ot. in the Washington, D. C. area will
continue to wear the frame cap
for all occasions.The .
.
new regulations are contained
s
t. in Marine Corps Bulletin

r 1020 of June 7, 1963. v...

Age Mo. Gov. Allotment v 1

20 $5.41 Hetmen Sought
,
25 $5.57
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30 $5.86
35 $6.55 t For 6 ND PlayIt

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1. Annual dividends was announced last week in
2. All family members added for less than 64 a day. the Air News that NAS Cecil Field
One of the forerunners
For Further Information Call: will host the 1963 Sixth NavalDis-
of the trlct Tennis Tournament to be held
i Mer g e n t haler
RICHARD M. SHAW"Serving July 22-25.
linotype required ti Athletic Director Frank McCaf-

two ladles to op- frey reminds those persons inter-
Personal Security N" erate, as! can be ,
ested In either call
'" 7th, FfoonFfcr./ Bldg. EL 5-3487 or 388 participating
One Thousand Rfvtrsfcfo/ Avt. After 5 p.m. EV 8-3252 seen [right) him at Ext. 585 or drop In his
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Any young man coming within the
Guard Cadet prescribed age limits who believeshe NOW HEAR THIS! NOW HEAR: THIS!
I Coast meets the scholastic, physical, Retired Naval Personnel:
and character standards and Is Interested Downtown seal/ estate office eon' ue tM/ itfvccs
Exam Date DisclosedThe In a professional career of man or woman o/ti/ reprtsentof/ .
as a Coast Guard officer Is encouraged Must have Reol l Estate ///c.ni..
United States Coast Guard continuous seagoing service.It to make application.
has announced that the next annual Is believed that Department of Requests for Information con- HAUGHTON & COMPANY, INC.
competitive examination for appointment Defense personnel will know of cerning the examination and the requirements -
of cadets to the Coast persons who would be InterestedIn may be addressed to I Established 1921 111 West Bay St,

Guard Academy in New London, this examination, and that they the Commandant (PTP-2)) United
Conn. will be held December 7, will Inform their friends and relatives States Coast Guard Washington
1963, in over 2,000 cities in the of this opportunity to enter 25, D. C. All such Inquiries will
United States and overseas. Applications on: a highly desirable career. be given prompt attention. FOR THE BEST DEALS ON THE BEST AUTOMOBILES!
-
are now being accepted it
was stated. -Alterations Fact Laundry Service See--Moon MullinsLCDR.

Appointment to the Academy is One Hour Dry Cleanfng-NO EXTRA CHARGE
obtained through competitive (USN RET,1.
'P' examination only; there are no
or UNIFORMS UP TO 12 MONTHS TO PAY BROTHERS INC.
Congressional Appointments SHANNON ,
state quotas. The four year cur-
riculum at the Academy leads to Open Until m1 "Naval I Tailor JOt In the big yellow building ((11th & Main)
obtaining a Bachelor of Science
6:00: p.m. Three Generations"Monday
Degree and the commission of Ensign -
in the Coast Guard. t New RenaultsePeugeotseStudebakers.
The examination is open to any (fflflRLOUJ WHITE
unmarried, qualified young man, PHONE EL 63993at
military or civilian, who will have 6475 Roosevelt Blvd.-Nex to Jax NAS-Ph. EV 8-3556
reached his 17th but not his 22nd
birthday on July 1, 1964, who is
in good physical condition,and whois
sincerely interested in career -
as an officer in America's oldest
WHY

UP TO BELOW' DISCOUNT-

SEAVEY FailuresGet I

14 MonthsSea 24 NAVY SPECIAL PAYRETAIL




Bureau ExtensionThe of Naval Personnelhas MONTHS THORSDW--FRIMT 9-9 SATURDAY -6.

noticed many Instances wher PRICES
1 personnel completing overseas
tours do not understand why they TO PAY In Order To Receive Thee Price*, 9rlng This AD With You Good-
have received a fourteen-month Three Doys Only Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Bt AMAZED TO BUY
'
r extension on sea duty.
Personnel on overseas tours and DISCOUNTAND
on each new SEAVEY segment,
who do not have one year of obligated -
service from the month the NORMANDY WAYSIDE SAVE
overseas tour expires, will be extended -
on sea duty and may be reassigned r -

as appropriate. 7PC. DINETTE ,!% EARLY AMERICAN MAPLE

they Personnel jre normally should considered remember that for 3 BUNK BED outfit
,.. $ ROOM GROUP With 1" po f c "'
0. DRa
assignment four months prior to wN" f55 with Quad roI I.v..p: Pd.
rotation date. If the required obligated ...TIM D.c*....,.... $4995w. d.r, ouf D.tcoun| PrK* 9'HOLLYWOOD
Indicated
service Is not at
$89 95 Loocr than .
D' -
that time, the fourteen-month extension LIVING ROOM BEDROOM DINETTE count Pr... .
will be applied. Status
will not change if obligated ser- Living Room Bedroom
vice Is acquired after the exten- 4-PCSOTIHLSOfA[ l Modern sofa bed Double dresser and

sion is applied. suite with matching mirror, chest of drawers. BED
BUPERSNOTE 1306 announcessea chair. Nice selection
Bookcase
bed; innerspring
duty commencement cutoff of covers and colors. Rtgulor J9" frgl' beef
sSr $1RQ95 mattress, match. l',., Rtgulof prxt $79 so.
dates for SEAVEY eligibility and Many in Nylon.
ing box Our D'I $4450
particularly calls attention to the n. Dncw.f'- IDu springs. UMT Thor count, DiKount Pnct H9 PrK 50.
obligated service requirements. COMPLETE


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30" x 40" x 48" extension R.gul.r 129.95
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Thursday, June 20 WAYSIDE FURNITURE CO.
names of your choice
Friday, June 21
Girl of the Month Dance
Saturday. June 22
II Boy meets Girl Night

n: Sunday, June 23
Movie "Hangover"Monday
June 24
Free dance; lessons 8-9:30: p.m.
"of"t Dance follows 9:30 p.m. 11:00p.m. FURNITURE CO.
... Tuesday, June 25

Puzzle NightWednesday, June 26 5887 1 NORMANDY I 1 I am. 1 /
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VA-15 C EHTURIONS..Thee pilots of Attack Squadron 15 have added their names to the scrollsof
We cAO 4ofo33 t t centurions, making 100 and 200 carrier arrested landings. They recently returned from a tour j
of duty aboard the carrier USS Franklin D. Roosevelt. (Official U.S. Navy Photo)


341<<1 Roosevelt Boulevard CO 4.9611Orange Park VA-15 Welcomes/ ChallengersTo

1Ji Miles S. of Main Gate-Optn 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM Daily

Better Year's RecordAttack

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By Hoywood Mitchell_ J01
t Squadron 15, based hereat *"TS C
-t NAS Jax prides itself in going
hIM all-out In an effort to excel In

every undertaking.

FOR NEW YORK MODERNS the During Mediterranean its recent on deployment board the In

aircraft carrier USS Franklin D.
"TIE 1ItiA1I" Roosevelt, the squadron may have
?
set several Navy carrier landing

5 BR IK Modern records... and its basketball team I
Bath Kitchen, Curve Drive ,
was undefeated during the cruise.
l'l'I
I D Iw.4 Squadron planes made an amaz- ;
t ing 1,324 day landings and 607 ,
for this fiscal qi
night landing year
FOR TEXAS PAS during the cruise. .

r Five squadron pilots became
I "ThH double centurions ((200 landings) UNDEFEATED Members of the VA-15 basketball team who
and 10 became single centurlans went through the past season undefeated while in the Mediter-
((100 landings) during the period. ranean aboard the USS- Franklin D. Roosevelt pose with their
4 BR 1K2 Bath Chow hall, Space
Sep.
Available records here do not show championship trophy. (Official U.S. Navy Photo)
h& which squadron set these marks
I WJm 1,324 day,,607 night.Average land- Cars tetter.
during their deployments, but according -
Members of the undefeated
cruise,each pilot-95.
I to one VA-15 pilot these Ings during
FOR CAUFORWA COUPLES Average day landings cachalot basketball team are: W.E. Wish-
could very well be Navy records.
65; night 30. Number of double art, ADI (coach), Lieutenant Com
"IkeOak "We just don't see how any other centurions 5. Number of single mander C.D. Wheeler, Lieutenant
/ squadron could have made more centurtans 10. (jg) W.B. Howden, G.G. Wright,

3 BR, 2 Baths, Hdwd Floors, Picnic Patio I than the we squadron did," he is said.exceptionally"Moraleof Lieutenant ].E. Carpenter set A01 W.]. Wilson, AN, W.H.
record Braxton, AN, and F.A. McBride,
high, and we are making every the squadron day landing YNL
1w4 effort to win our third straight"E" with 87, and Lieutenant R.W.
in a row," he continued.The Musgrove made the most night
I FOR KENTUCKY men of the squadron are landings with 47. Peace Corps WorkersTo
COLONELSI I just as proud of their basketballteam The five double centurions of the
End Second Year Of
Lieutenants R.W.
"Th as the pilots are of their squadron are:
I Mag IU landing achievements.In Musgrove, ].E. Carpenter, and
11 games played between ship R.S. Dykema; and Lieutenants (jg) Overseas AssignmentsThe
A 3 BR, li) Baths, Colonial style, Paneled Wall, Shutters AI and air group teams,VA-15 mowed E.R. O'Brien and J.F. Koeber.
IA down the field. The 10 single centurlans for the Peace Corps' first overseas
IBIEILILSillSHlE h/w VA-15 was deployed from May- cruise are: Lieutenant Commanders workers are about to complete
port on the FDR from August, C.D. Wheeler and H.G Bailey; their two-year assignments.There .
FOR FLORIDA HOMESTEADERS I If 1962, until April of this year Lieutenants L.D. Kell, D.W. Mel- are 4,439 men and womenIn
A and any challenger of their proud ler, and D.M. Home; Lieutenantsjg the Corps averaging just under
"Tke/T my" I achievements will have to better ( ) J.P. Ford,D.R.Herman,D.M. 25 years of age, on assignmentIn
the following scores: Roth, H.F. McCloskey and D.W. 45 countries. They work In

3 BR, 2 Baths, Screen Porch, Large Utility Total landings for fiscal year: groups African as or small South as American two In isolated vil--

Iw.111M ITS CLEAN CLEAR THROUGHAT lages, or as large as 100 In such
WESTGONNETT Be It ever so humble. there'sno cities as Manila.
LAUNDRY .!, DRY CLEANERS place like home--for accidents, Dr. Joseph G. Colmen, Corps'

Fa v We Feature........ that Is.Home. research director, and a small
accidents are responsiblefor team of researchers have been
Drive In Service twice the number of disabling visiting Peace Corps Installations
Schools, Streetlights, Sidewalks, Styling, Beauty Open Mon., Sat., 7-6:30: Injuries as work accidents--and overseas for Interviews to learn
Dry Fold 8C lb. nearly twice the deaths. Nearlyone each volunteer's assessment of the
D DD MIn. load 50$ out of four of these accidents strong and weak points of the pro-
Wet or dry 5 Shirts finished 22C lb. Remember to take safety with experiences.The .
i flut1uj'South Dye WorkWestconn you when you leave work, says the results of these Interviews
I National Safety Council Accident will be used In shaping future
on Blandinfl Boulevard tt At 103rd 771.2856 prevention Is around-the clock job. Peace Corps policies.



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SOMETHING NEW!
Acey Ducy Bluejackets Inn CPO ClubNotes iii We Now Honor Credit Cards.


ClubThursday Doin's ServiceLEv7


June 20 Thursday, June 20 Thursday, June 20 S
Sing Along Without? Mitch Dance Featuring March Wilson and Happy Hour 4:30 p.m. 5:50 p.rp.
Featuring Harold Walls -8 p.m. The Red Coats 8 p.m. 12 a.m. \
-11 p.m. Friday, June 21 Friday, June 21

Dance Featuring Carl Boyd and Dancing to Johnny Arnold 9:00: ) -
Friday, June 21 The Rhythm Kings9p.m.. -1 a.m. 1:00 a.m.

Dance to the Music of Mark Cas- Saturday, June 22 Saturday, June 22
COASTAL AUTOMOTIVESpecializing
tle Dance Featuring Carl Boyd and Stardusters 9:00: p.m.-
Saturday, June 22 The Rhythm Kings 8 p.m. la.m. Dancing to
1:00 a.m.
Dance to the Music of Cappie and Sunday, June 23 Sunday, June 23 In Starters, Generators &? Alternators

His Combo 8:30 p.m.12:30: Dance Featuring March Wilson and Roosevelt Blvd. -Jox Fla.
Dancing to Capp's Combo 8:00p.m. J. E. Baker 6073 ,
a.m. The Red Coats 8 p.m. 12 p.m.
Sunday, June 23 12:00 a.m.
Monday, June 24 Monday, June 24

Game 8:30: p.m.Afternoon 5:30: p.m. Dining and Dancing Pizza Night .b : *e 1k

Dance to the Music of Day Ryan's Tuesday, June 25 Tuesday, June 25
Trio 8:30 p.m. 11:30 p.m. Happy Hour 5 p.m. 7 p.m.
Game Night 8:00: p.m. WHEN
Monday, June 24 Wednesday, June 26

Monte Carlo nightTuesday Game Night 8 p.m. Happy hour for one hour after WAS THE LAST TIME j
Game Night
June 25
June 26 YOU ENJOYED
Game Night 8 p.m. 10:30 p.m. And while you're at it, keep a Wednesday, .
June 26 sharp eye out for open drawersas Western Night with the Country .
Wednesday, you walk through the office., ,Drifters Live Maine Lobster.
Happy Hour 4 p.m. 6 p.m. You wouldn't want to fall preyto 9} Chateaubriad Bouquetiere
Sports Movie 8 p.m. 9 p.m. a forgetful fellow employee When it comes to home rule Chukar Partridge Rissoto'.
after you've done your part I dad is the chief executive and $ ',:e"
Rissoto *
Suckling Pig '
mother the speaker of the house.

- Gibbs ShipyardGets placement of 1,723 tons,is designed t Elk Or Steak {'

to serve as a floating, unmanned FOOF'S SPOOFS
BuShips platform for conducting acous- :2f A YARD OF BEER?

tics research. During operation,
ContractThe SPAR is towed horizontally by a E WR / aN 16 Next Time You Eat Out
INKI..E: / --
tending towship which remotely EXCEPT PEOPLE! 't Escape The Every Day At 1
Navy's Bureau of Ships is floods the research vessel's aft
awarding a fixed price contract to end causing the ship to settle vertically -
Gibbs Shipyard, Incorporated, to a depth of approximately V
Jacksonville, for $747,277 for the
300 feet In the water. The research 4
construction of a Seagoing Plat- ._: << ,
form for Acoustics Research vessel is equipped withhy- .
(SPAR) vesseLTwentynine drophones and other external Instrumentation ftc a azson.tO33 '
firms were invitedto for receiving both (f9 .
compete for this award, 12 of underwater sonar signals and 8
which responded. Gibbs Shipyards, above radio J :;:
water signals. Re-
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KooE Koeher Kanines i
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1. By Mae Spencer, JOt! '
e
Beakers, Bunsen burners, clip]ping shears and choke collars may seem an unusual combination butS
e not so for Miss Sara Hart of the NA Overhaul and Repair Department., ( ;
Miss Hart, who works in the 'I
Chemical Branch of the Materials I
Engineering Division, is the De- A K ,
partment's only women chemist.
She is also the owner of three Iff .
beautiful cocker spaniels,one of ; ; : i
which is a champion."An .
interesting and challenging
job" says, Sara of her workhere.
"That's why I picked the station,"
she continued. "I had worked in
f 2'
ONE OF MANY tests conducted by Miss Sara Hart, O&R chemist an industrial laboratory in town
I Is this one for finding the proper gold paint for an A.5 en- but found It rather drab comparedto
gine door reflective panel. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron my different past four years here. I Ihaveten
projects going at once
Gardner, PH2-P )
in the C&R lab."
During the course of a day Sara
may perform mariy chemical tests. IWL 4I
One such test, vitally Important at
such an air station as this, is
f
analyzing liquid oxygen for con-
taminates. One impurity such as .
4 I
the presence of too much nitrous II
1)W oxide could cause a pilot to black- ,
out. All oxygen brought aboard the \
station must be tested. The oxygen t
trailors are checked as well as the
storage tanks. One "batch" of

contaminated oxygen could rapidly .
spoil the whole tank, Sara related.
Tests are made by means of the
Spectrophotometer. A graph on the
instrument records the percentageof
1 the contaminating element con-
> f fb4'f
tained in the oxygen."A .
real challenging assign-
ment," continued the dlsta rr chem-
ist"was the test I performed a
44 a short while ago to find a new
paint stripping liquid. I tested A CHAMPIONSHIP POSE is struck by "Shaloh Silver San ",
27 brands on many types of metals, blond cocker spaniel owned by Miss Sara Hart, O&R's only' wo-
checking for such things as rate man chemist. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2))
of corrosion and paint remover
Over the Morrison's has served qualities. I finally found three that A 15
years Involved in was trying to find the champion must gain points.
top quality sirloin stea s. However about sirloin I met the test. The new paint remover proper gold coating that is also The dog must be shown at shows
1953 we perfected a special way of presteak was necessary because of quick drying. This was to be sanctioned by the American Kennel
paring choice sirloin steaks. Since then featured new methods of baking the painton used on the A-5 engine door reflective Club of which two must be major
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we've served over $12,000,000 worth airplane fuselages. The old panel which helps heatto shows. A major show I I.) one at
over 10,000,000 generously proper- everyday fashion paint removers did not doa dissipate and keeps the struct- which there are enough dogs of
tioned sirloin steaks, each a juicy, tender $1.25 speedy enough job." ure from over heating.The the same breed and sex to compete
delight. Enjoy one todayl! Another recent project Sara was Duke University graduate is against each other.
not the only one of her family work- After showing Miss Billet Douxin
'Sr oe IgeRoosevelt l O,1a Fr d Fsod-AM M-EJ 1' Ing at C&R. Her father, C.G. the southeastern area, she was
ALTERNATORSSOLD Hart, Is a Master Mechanic and sent to shows in New Jersey and St.
moRMSon1 AND REBUILT superintendent oi the Avionics Louis, Mo. to enable her to obtain -
Division. more points toward her
1 YEAR WARRANTY "Actually, I started out in pre- championship.At .
Mall 6outhgate Plaza -128 W. Monore St. 6973 RoosevBlvd./ med the first semester but soon present time Sara Is training
EV 7.6482 found that I wanted to work in 18 month old "Shaloh Silver Sand"
chemistry," related the southern for showing. He has so far amas-
Miss. "I worked at Duke In medical sed six points towards his
AIR BASE research after graduation and chart plonship. Two of these points
then came back to Jacksonville.What were earned at a recent dog showat
MOTORS i.J1C.Ne..w : does a chemist do for relaxation the Tampa Bay Kennel Club.
? Well, Miss Hart's avo- This blond cocker Is the offspringof
a"nd Used Cars cation Is dogs---prize winning Miss Billet Doux.
cocker spaniels."I So at the end of her working day,
bought my first dog, Susie, Miss Hart sets aside the beakersand
All Salesmen U.S.N. Retired when' I was in North Carolina. She Bunsen burners of a chemistand
(Is listed but not registered with picks up her clipping shears
the American Kennel Club. I took and choke collars to pursue her
Before you buy any new or used car -- her to obedience school and there avocation of dog training which
learned something of dog shows she finds: equally as challenging.
and dog training. Ideveloped quitean
interest in dogs and decided to
SEEUSFIRST1! purchase one I could show" Washington (AFPS) The De-
Susie a black cocker, is now fense Department is recommending -
about 10 years old and the house- that civilian employees carry
hold pet. emergency medical data on their
More than 100 car inventory to choose from Sara purchased "C amplon person at all times.
Marley's Miss Billet Doux". as Management officials are being
her firt show dog. She raised urged to advise employees of the
Financing arranged for you +_ and trained this blond cocker desirability, from a personal and
spaniel to its championship.A medical standpoint, of carrying
championship, Sara explainedfor an identification tag or card giv-
PHONE 384-5575 the benefit of the non-dog fanciers ,ing their name, address, next of
Is obtained through earning ,kin, blood type, and a list of medi-
I cines( to which they are .
shows.I allergic.JU
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ir'ir'i' Rifle Pistol Shooters Wind Up

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:: All-Navy "' Tomorrow P.M.


I By Marc Whetstone. J01
i'I i'
I this Hamilton became classified as
Monday and expect to finish some-
Over 180 topsharpshooters from time today or tomorrow morning. an expert in which capacity he fired
naval commands around the worldare When the awards are presented only one match the result qual-
In the fourth day of the All- tomorrow afternoon (about 2 p.m.) ifying him as a master shooter.
4 y Navy rifle and pistol matches being In the NAS Theater, there will be After that, his name and scores
_t held here at NAS Jax. They some 70 marksmen selected to represent became well known throughout the
started the rigid courses of fire on the Navy In the Camp Navy.In .

; Perry, Ohio, National Rifle and 1961 he qualified as a dis-
t ttnquished pistol shooter and also
; dcw ____ Pistol Matches scheduled to be
held In August.To made "All-Navy sidearm squad
name the most likely hope- which fired' In the National
fuls would necessitate naming each Matches. */

X competitor, as this year's matches The following year, the Brook-
have gathered no less than the line, Mass., sailor fired a 2624
keenest eyes the Navy has to out of a possible 2700 an achievement -
offer. that can only be done

One Individual however, per- by an accomplished shooter. It
__ haps symbolizes the "stlck-to-lt- is believed that there have been
Ivness" which Is synonymous with only 200 Navy shooters to have
NATIONAL HOPEFUL D. L. Hamilton, AD2 of So. Weymouth, the extreme competitive strains broken the 2600 barrier.
Mass., firing today in the AII-Navy Pistol Matches, has his si- being witnessed on both the rifle After a number of local matchesand
ghts set on making his third trip in four years to the National w : and pistol ranges.He a regional match last year
Championship Matches at Camp Perry, Ohio. Hamilton last year x is Donald L. Hamilton, a Hamilton won a bid on the All-
tied the top shooter, but was short 13 bullseyes. (Official U.S. Donald Cloy, ROC 33-year-old aviation machinist'smate Navy team'once again. This sent
Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)'Leg' ) ----- from the Naval Air Station him for the second time to Camp
r : South Weymouth, Mass.It Perry.
was a mere four years ago There he faced the nation's
that Don picked 22 caliber championship targets alongside of
{y (. f 4 4M. 4l up a
( pistol and began firing strictly as the Army's top shooter, Sergeant
a hobby. Then the competition bug First Class William"Bill"Blank-
SPORTSJ bit, and from all indications it Is enship.
still biting. When the smoke had cleared and
fi. He fired his first match in 1960at their targets scored, it was a tie-
Attleboro, Mass., winning the 2633 out of 2700. Sgt.Blankenship
Unclassified Course. It was after however, had a total of 128-Xs
(hits in the dead center of the
Lingo Everyday target) against Hamilton's 116Xs.A .

E.. b L ea tough one to lose by the meas-
ure of a small black circle.
Language of Shooters With only four years of shooting

,,. D. Herbert, GMC experience behind him this year
marks the third consecutive time
Imagine over hearing a conver- B. Branch of the USS George Cly- Hamilton has made theAll-Navy
sation like this: mer; G. P.DeFinp.TMCof Mem- competitive roster. Two weeks ago
"How many legs do you have?" his, Tenn.; Charles Tryon, BMCof .,Y A. Erik he added to his laurels the Atlantic -
"Just two." New York; Martin C. Schoon- i4 I Fleet Individual Pistol
"Both the same kind?" derwoerd ADRC of Atsugi, Championship and had the highest
"Nope. One of each." Japan; M. D. Herbert, GMC of 4 aggregate fleet score In both the
Strange lingo such as this has the USS Galveston; Donald Clay, Charles Bover, AOl rifle and pistol competitions.
been heard quite frequently atNAS RDC of Potomac River Command; -- ---
Jax for the past month. It's part Charles R, Bover, AOl of NAS
of the everyday language used bya Mirmar, Calif.
unique group of Navy marksmen The exact number of Navy 4 MATERNITY & INFANT CENTER
gathered, .:Mere for the AllNavyRifle :shooters who hold both dis-
and Pistol Matches. 1 tinguished medals for rifle and iV4Martin
Interpretation of such conversation Is record In
I pistol on Washington GRAHDOPENING
reveals they are speaking of"legs" I D.C., and Is believed to be
w
badges or medals won as '
only 12. Schoonderwoprd, 'ADRC
a result of scoring high in competitive -
..
matches. w/ ,',II
The "legs" remarks can best be -,
explained this way: a "leg" Isa
Navy badge won for Excellence-
In-Competition at one of five approved N'-.
rifle or pistol matches held
during the shooting season.There a : ,tAr t 1

"legs" ...silvera bronze nold 14 *SHIFTS, MU-MUS & TOPS (Mat.) Re,. S3.99 On'y' $2.99

....each with a different point value *STROLEE DELUXE STROLLER R. each awarded to a shooter scoring r -r nW
t within a particular top percentageof wA STROLEE DELUXE HI-CHAIR Reg. Jis.95 Only $12.95

the competitors.Upon r M
compiling 30 points In Ex- Jflr .. !4 SIMMONS INNERSPRING BABY MATTRESSR.. $19.95$10.95Safe

cellence-in-Competition badges or .. iLt. ( Good Thru U. Wox June 24th)

"legs" the shooter receives theNavy's (Ig) M.Nin Ie ick dories Tryon, BMC WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF MATERNITY WEAR, INFANT
highest marksmanship WEAR b CHILDREN FURNITURE! EVERYTHING FOR THE MOTHER.
TO.B! b BABY FEATURING YHE LOWEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE
award the Distinguished Rifle or -
r. 011I NATIONALLY ADVlRTISED BRANDS.
Pistol Badge. Made of solid gold, I jA'J
the Distinguished medal is.pre- I OUR GUARANTEE
sented to those earning It togetherwith
fl3 ONE, BUT NO ONE UNDERSELLS MATERNITY ft INFANT CENTER.
a personal letter from the YOU SHOULD FIND AN ITEM PURCHASED FROM US SELLING
Chief of Naval Personnel \ ELSEWHERE FOR LESS WE WILL GLADLY REFUND THE DIFFERENCE.
1 1"t
Those who earn this medal have
labored mightily In after-hours FREE MONTHLY GIFT

practice and are justly proud to COME IN AND REGISTER. NOTHING TO BUY. ON JUNE 10th THE
I It. WINNER Wilt RECEIVE A $7.9 PURITAN BABY SITTER., .. .V.
wear k11JJL (A'A'a
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Of the some 200 shooters here OPEN FRIIMMO DA1: 9:30: TO 9:00: EASY
}I competing in eight All-Navy Tues., Wed., Thurs., & Sat. 9:30: To 6:00: -
t matches, there are nine Individuals TERMS
\;-1 who wear both the distinguished 1! s-WY MATERNITY & INFANT CENTER
I d.: rifle and pistol medals. They are
,' Major L. Golden BM1 of Great 1200. S. EDGEWOOD AVE. PHONE 3881496ACROSS
BM1
Golden
M. L.
: G. P. DeFino TMC
i Lakes, IlL; Lieutenant Melvin ,
(jg) FROM THE EDCEWOOD THEATRE AT ROOSEVELT BLVD

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JAX AIR NEWS Poo.. 13
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lax Police Pistol Matches

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Copped By All-Navy. MarksmenWhat's \I II I

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eastern
Regional Pistol Matches \
[ourself for the competitive held at the Jacksonville Police Key West Fla.; J.C. Nixon TD2
atches of the All-Navy Rifle and Pistol Range. It Involved 200 of Cecil Field; D.T.. Hamilton. Ads should I b. ,oU.d to the JAX AIR NEWS. 4724 Clyd. Drlv.,
istol Championships? over AD2 of South Weymouth Mass.; JockionvlH 3. Florida to orrlv not lottr than Tu.sdoy'a publU>>
could take a couple of pistol shooters from military and and G.P DeFlno TMC of Memphis cation tft* 'following tburiday.Ads arrivinG too lot* for this doadlln
You daysff civilian club teams throughout the will I>. pvbllthd tha following wak union tKo publishes It In-
and just relax. Or, on the other region. Tenn. tructd ,otH.rwl... A chack or monoy ord r for tho full cost of the
land you could enter anotherJnarksmen Although had In addition D.L. Hamilton won ad must .U racolvtd WITH tho copy for tho od. DO NOT SEND CASH.
they fired
never together the
did S.E. Regional! Individual
tournament as some
as a, team, four All-Navy
) Navy pistol shooters lastweek- competitors combined their Individual championship of with an of aggregatescore RATE:; Minimum charge ((3 lines) $1.00
2,633-120 out a possi-
end.The three-day tournament, the team shooting championship prowess trophy.to win ble 2700 points. Runnerup honors Per additional lint ((4 words p.r lint) .35

ivl 11 sponsored the were extended G.P.DeFtnowhohadascoreof2.598.160x.
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And, for want of qualified water Red Cross Swimming program has for cruising or living afloat. See t
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this writing there Is no swim- Free swimming Instruction by FOR 'SALE -. Furniture mahogany 1
SOUTHWEST DUVAL ming program here at NAS for the Red Cross Is Its way of offering BRIDGE LESSONS beginners or dining room suite living room
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CONVENIENT COMPLETE- January, the NAS Red Cross someone else in time of troubleIn FOR SALE Ortega Hills 3BR,
MODERN Field Director In Bldg. 39, out- or near the water.If 2 BATHS, CB, hardwood floors
BANKING COMMERCIAL lined his plan for a summer swim- this program Is to continue screened prch attached carport IM Tennis
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w t 4 Red Cross swimming InstructionIn do something about It..especially apt. after 6:00: p.m.
Hours, all phases of swimming from the Water Safety Instructors.If Notice
,3O AMI.O PMf.dq.rJO beginners to water safety In- you are a qualified WSI and
Out Into Civilian Life Soon?
AAI-.IM All D.N., structor. It was to reach an ex- would like to volunteer an hour or Going
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Surpasses Championship PendergrasGets Cecil Ups Entries to 135One I

L 4SKctt'411.i: r !i L"iQ I 4' \: week remains before NAS established handicaps at the time
iv- L1tILnocu 1. .,. First Cecil Field begins its 11th Anniversary of registering. Entry fees have
ti ---"gin Invitational Golf Tourn- been set at $8.
cling '$ ament, scheduled to be held June Further Information about entering -
LtcslCtQ11 ,11 29-30. the tournament can be obtained -
LCLL 4t' Gold MedalA Entries have been rolling In from by calling SP1-3211, Ext.
tct llckcy around upper-state Florida, according -
Tall A Navy chief petty to Cecil golf Pro Roscoe 243.For those who have already entered -
ymnaslic3 r officer who won the world'' skeet O'Neal. He also disclosed that the the,;tournament, starting
entry limit of 120 has been raisedto times for Saturday's be
for
shooting title the United States play may
..fLru'tnyShcotuia tllc'crn Ceti, it has been presented with the United 135. established by calling the above
States Distinguished International Golfers from NAS wishing to phone number. Sunday's starting
Shooter Badge. enter the 36-hole affair are required times and pairings will appear In
A'tnlIL l t anntS Chief Aviation Electrician'sMate to have available their the Jacksonville< Times-Union.

llcu lc Kenneth Pendergras of the
'F rtLa It NAS Service Information Office .id4O 0 CARLOADII
received the award on Friday,June '
$ S
7 in Washington, D. C.---making j Including Free WJ.
.J' ,/'- ".... him the 9 Movies/ with Po...
:- only Navy man ever to
4... I" receive, the badge. See ;the Best for Less., .
0.1(; Chief Pendergras qualified for vp"a See dally/ ,'papers. for'
) the badge by winning for the U. Program*.
S. team the international skeet A Eat the/ best Pzzothlt
shooting championship. The mat- .sf
ches were held last October In U.S.17 So.
.a Cairo, Egypt.He .

FIRST GOLD MEDAL presented to a member of the naval service was the last to fire in the GET AMISSILE
matches and knew
that he had
to
for placing first In a recognized international shooting match --
break 25 out of 25 for the
is received by Ken Pendergras ''AEC in D. C. targets
Washington,
U. S. to win. Twenty-five shots AGE DEAL!
CojJt. J.L. Counihan of BuPers made the presentation to the era. and 25 shattered ,"birds" later,
ck sheet shooting champion (Official U. S Navy Photo) the U. S. was champion,edging out 'i'

Russia by one point.
The Chief retired from the Navy NEW CARSLowest
Five Teams To Vie In
here on February 9, 1962 only to
I be recalled to duty on May 24 Prices
Seven-Event Swim MeetFive to organize a Navy skeet shootingteam. Highest Trade-in Allowance)
11 .Easy Terms The Nicesest Treatment In Town
Formal presentation of the Ii'
teams of swimmers will H. Goodrich, ComFalrJax. badge was made by Captain J. L, 1f lIII '
enter the water at the Indoor Pool, 100-meter free style held by D.O. Counihan, USN, Assistant Chief for USED CARS
Bldg. 614 next Tuesday evening Evans of VFP-62. Morale Services
Bureau of Naval
to hold the Ill Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots
annual NAS Jar Intramural 150-meter medley (which con- Personnel, who Is also the Chair- ;
Swimming Meet. sists"of the back stroke,breast man of the International Sports x III I 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Xi ings Ave.
The seven-event program will stroke and free style) held Committee.AFWWI t Full One-Year Guarantee: .Warranty
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get underway at 7 p.nu by H.Goodrich,ComFairJax. ,? On Every Car Sold
Those commands who submitted 200-meter team free style held I ;
rosters to the Athletic Office as by VW-4 and Three-meter : IsriOPINTHESHADOWOFTHESOFOOTMISSILEGORDON: 4*
of Monday were VAP-62, O&R, diving held by D.B. Jedlicke of ,.
Hospital, Supply and the Naval Security VW4. '
Group. There was some Indication that .. I. @J j THOMPSONJacksonville's
Event records for which this NATTtrs IM Swimming Meet
year's swimmers will be out to might be held In conjunction with "
better are: the NAS events. If so, the two /CHEVROLET_ Center"MAKE
50-meter free style held by P.M. commands would follow each other JfPf\-
Wyman of VW-4. through the events, thus giving the
50-meter back stroke held by participants longer rest periodsand
11.W. Willis of FasRon 109. provide more spectator inter- ir.Ij,.",. SURE
50-meter breast stroke held by est. rr
,'
Athletic Director Frank Mc n

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Linksters of VP-30 continued to
their drive toward the IMchampionship
,last Thursday by def t1ngVA45's Lady: Three monkeys are gambling -
golfers, 51/2 to 41/2. at cards in the last cage. INVESTMENT!
The patrolmen now You had better break it up.
a 7-0
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win-loss record with the season : of Cypress Garden, Fin.,
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Bakus, D.L. Krauss, Jr., E.H. Come out today and see for yourself.
Downs and W.N. Henry.
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Match two found Sologovich and
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I NARTU: Hospital In LeadThe Light Planes

realm 01 me American -
League standings In IM Softball last week. The corpsmen led the
exchanged hands during last week's contest 1-0 up until the top of Arctic
play as NARTU stepped Into the the plate, Conquer
lead chair behind a win-loss recordof Hospital ]

10-4. tom of the ___ Ocean BasinWashington
Last week's leaders,;Ordnance, scored four
slipped into a two-way tie with the lead,
AF679th, both with records of 10 As a result (AFPS-Two single-
and 5.The. the National engine Cessan 180 airplanes of the
American fourth and fifth of 14-1. Navy's Arctic Research Labora-
place holders, VP-16 with a 7-6 In second tory (ARL) have made the deepest
record, and VAP-62 with a 7-7 ing of 12 known penetration of the Arctic O-
standing, maintained their positions is last cean Basin by light planes.
i VP-30. The aircraft, piloted by ARL
Over in the National League, record civilian pilots Robert Fischer and
Hospital nearly lost Its second above Cliff Alderfer, both of Barrow,
game of the season on their own which has 10 Alaska, and with scientific per-
field against a strong VP-7 nine ses. Fifth sonnel and equipment aboard,
landed on the Arctic pack ice at'
the Pole to obtalngravlfy measure""

il&D 1 ments.Flights by light planes have been

previously restricted to a 300-
mile radius of the ARL at Bar-
Fast of Hospital sent him toward second row, Alaska. However,in an effortto
EXPERT All work forced him back to first. Hospital won Inaugurate a widespread gravity
nine threatened in the sixth Inning, survey into previously unexplored
(Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner regions deep within the Arctic
REPAI RS. ) Basin, the two planes for the first
a HI I Fl I time used, as bases of operation,
the Laboratory's two scientific
DISCOUNT given appropriate certificates and stations on the ice islands ARLIS-2
PERSONNEL souvenirs. Memorial coins, and T-3.
minted In part from metal from the During a two-week period nine
u J 6263 ship are available for $1 each. Ata sites were temporarily occupiedon
In St. Johns later date, souvenir pens paper the pack ice to collect gravity
Furniture weights and other items will be data.
Q available. The scIentist aboard the planes
I
s. F. D. Motley Contributions and orders for the were also able to make valuable
7>l-5573 souvenir coins may be sentto observations of ice conditions as
( ) Are you the USS South Dakota Battleship they exist in extreme northerly
an admiral Commission, Box 537,Sioux Falls, portions of the Arctic Ocean.
; ? S. Dak. Operations were hampered on
"IIIfl simple. No The battleship accounted for 64 only one occasion when bad
and no va- enemy planes, participated In nine weather and poor visibility forced
shore bombardments, and earned the two aircraft to land and
is adona- 13 battle stars during WWII spend a 24-hour period on the
hon pack ice some 30 nautical miles
Dakota and Here's a thought for June south of T-3.
her during brides If U.S. In addition to collecting valu-
: your own Savings
BUDGET Battleships"L Bonds, remember to have them able scientific data which will be
"large" reissued In you married name as used in scientific Interpretation of
ad- the earth's crustal and geological
RENT-A-CAR, soon after the wedding as pos-
Navy, and sible. structure, the flights have suc-
ceeded in demonstrating the feasibility -
of using light planes for
FULLY EQUIPPED support of scientific research con-
ducted In the remotest Regions of
the Arctic Ocean Basin.

Battleships"A K


r- s y Veterans Benefits


tag: IMcilU Of Increase Deceased For Military Kin


Washington (API'S) About
45,000 children and 30,000 depend.ent .
q parents of deceased veterans
will receive an increase of about
10 percent in their Government
payments under a new law, ac-
''' cording announcement.The to a Veterans. Administration

BUY YOUR become increased effective payments automaticallyand will


IB 0 BILE I E II 0 E Explorer Boy Scout leaves the end of the checks Aug 1 will,to the reach V.A.be beneficiaries included said. There in about is the no

NAS during a BSA swimming meet held last need to write about the increase,
FROM District of the North Florida Council the agency stated.A .
America sponsored the individual and team child now receiving $70 a
NORTH FLORIDA'S ( Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)) month new law.will There receive will$77 be under propor-the

tionate increases for additional
MOBILE HOME children in a family.

..., ....,, -w- -:".._,. r For dependent parents living
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: ,. : j together who have an annual in-
I t : :;w" 1 1r
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r payments $50
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