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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 28, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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VOL. 22 NO. 12 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVilLE FLORIDA MAY 28, 1964
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NATTC Has 100% Major Lubka Takes ca-::: =.


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Contributions <.' .,(" Barracks ReinsAt w-

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Informal ceremonies held In the Marine Barracks commanding

In Relief DriveWith a, officers office recently (Wednesday, May 13)) Major Basile Lubka
took over the command of the Marine Bks., that was temporarilyheld

by Captain W. G. Smith, Marine Executive Officer. Capt. Smith
the Navy Relief Drive entering has held that position since the departure of Major G. A. Wickman,

the home stretch only one the former CO of the Marine command, who left for assignment in

major command of the' Air Sta- Washington, D. C. ____.' r | t.Bm..
tion has reported lOO o contri- Major Lubka entered the ser-
bution to the chairman the Navy
vice In 1944 as an enlisted man,
Relief Campaign. As the final received his commission as an

week of the campaign nears only officer in 1947,and was promotedto
NATTC has reached the desired100'o the rank of in t
.. "' Major Februaryof
contribution. :
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t"11'1, ,, t :< The from the
NATTC reached their goal 1 last ; : Major came

Friday, selling a total of 2173 ,:' t ('1f, ...1'..... '"....J1ti.' '' :<.r1.."1'0'1' _ Marine Corps Headquarters, -1.
the 2151 Arlington, Virginia. The Major's .
books of tickets to .
ft. before
STREAMER DROP Throwing a wind indicator from 2.500
personnel attached. Although the wife, Lorraine and three child- ,
Training Center is still selling the start of a day's jumping is the Vapor Trails' jumpmasterLarry ren, Susan 14, Michael 11, and

chances and accepting contributions : Parmcr, AE3 of VP30. He, together with other membersof Kathy 7, are now residing in

their lOOfygoal alone netted the Jax Navy Sport Parachute Club, will be joined this weekend Woodrldge, Viglnla.

Navy Relief 543750. by nearly 150 military parachutists competing in the 2-day Some of the decorations that
( Second Annual Southeastern All-Military Sport Parachute Meet. the Major holds are the Silver

\ I These figures belie the overall The events are being held at Whitehouse Field, west of Jacksonville Star, Purple Heart National Defense -
,,'-Tplcture of contributions: for the Service Medal, World War
- '= off hiway 90. The public is invited and admission is
area. A report from CommanderE. II Victory Medal, Korean Ser-
F. Hllderbrandt Navy Relief free. (Navy Photo by Jerry Davis, JOSN) vice Medal, United Nations Ser-
'
Chairman shows that other vice Medal, China Service Medal, AT INFORMAL CHANGE OF

major commands have j been justas Gathers Korean Presidential Unit Citation COMMAND ceremonies held at
W ekeiiiMootTop
slow in contributing: as NATTC Asatic[ -Pacific Medal and the Marine Bks. recently Capt.

has been fast. Judging from the the Presidential Unit Citation. W. G. Smith, Executive Officer,
of time the drive has
length and temporary Commanding Of
HoursAnnounced
been running, these figures Indicate 'Chutists Holiday
Military ficer, (R) turns over the reins to
that a very strong finishIs ForMemorial
the new Commanding Officer
needed to reach the goal set
at the beginning of f the campaign. By Marc Whetstone, J01 DayThe Major Basile Lubka (L). (Navy
hours for the Memorial Photo by Harold Benson, SN) v
Major commands and their The skies over Jacksonville will be invaded this weekend,
weekend follows
Holiday are as :
percentage of donations asoflast May 30-31, by 150 top military sport parachutists as they competefor
Friday are shown below: honors In the Second Annual Southeastern All Military Sport Friday, May 29 Seven VP-16 Men
NATTC 100ft/ Parachute Meet. The four-event program, open free to the public,

Cecil Field 26.9 will be held from 8:30 a. m., to 6:30 p. m., both Saturday and Sundayat Navy Exchange Malnside Honored At
NARTU 22.6MAS Whitehouse Field, located west of Jacksonville off hiway 90. regular hoursBluejackets

Glynco 19.7 Jumpers representing Army,
Inn 12 noon till
NAS Jax 16.7 Navy, Air Force and Marine. Intermediate event from 3,600ft. 1a-m. Recent InspectionSeven

ComFalrJax 9.6 Corps commands are travelingto ., also striving for accuracy on Cafeteria Operations-continuous
Jacksonville from Lakehurst Patrol Squadron Sixteen
,
NAS Sanford 7.7
target. Cafeteria 32:30: -
Bldg. p. m.
Fleet Air Wing 11 3.1 N. J., the South and North Caro- The Advanced Accuracy with 10:30 men were cited at the squadron'sinspection
p. m.
Naval Hospital 0.0 linas, Texas, Georgia Ten- held May 15.

HAVE YOU DONE YOUR FAIR nessee, Kentucky Virginia and (Sec Varacbutt uteri on I'g. 9)) (See NX Hours_ on__Pg._._ 5)) __ Earl E. Ward, ACC, was pre-
d..dU. .U..U'
SHARE? throughout the state of Florida. sented a certificate from the
Tomorrow morning the par- National Safety Council for his
ticipants will commence regis- valuable assistance in the saving
tering In the clubhouse of theJax of a drowning man's life last Aug-

Navy Sport Parachute Club(Bldg. ust. The presentation was made ,

503)), hosting activity for the by Commander. W. J. Vaught, .r.' '
meet. Commanding Officer of VP-16.
r.
4i "From all Indications this Anti-submarine alrcrewman

M year's meet promises surpass Wings of gold were presented to
the competition gathered for the the following personnel: K. S.

'63 meet," says Jax Navy's club Ickes, Jr. AXC.Re D. McBride,
president Wesley Fox of MAD. ADR1; C. G. Klinger ADR2;

Last year 96 skydivers competed and T. Inman, AX2.
a before 8,000 spectators. However The alrcrewman wings are

with the Increased Interest awarded only after completion of

locally In this unique sport, the exacting requirements, Including
club anticipates nearly 10,000 to operational check flights and
turn out for this year's meet, he qualification in three crew
j jFIRST said.The J n positions aboard the SI'-2E

1964 events Include "Neptune" patrol bomber.

Novice Accuracy, Intermediate These demonstrated high

TICKET-Cdr; K. J. Weber, Accuracy Advanced Accuracywith degree of proficiency In all night
Style and Team Accuracy.The operations, as well as In survival -
the NAS Plans Officer, sells
Novice event is for those techniques, first aid, m-
Captain J. R. Compton, NAS CO,
jumpers with less than 30 jumps. munlcattons and leadershipJ. ..
the first book of Navy Relief Each jumper will make two 't' e Y T. Strickland, ATC rec ?d
tickets and first chance at the drops from 3,000 feet, attempt- + : his third Navy Good CC ct

1964 Chevelle, Mustang hard. Ing to hit a target six inches in Medal, traditionally preserr (In
top, and convertible and 16-foot diameter. recognition of faithful zealoti> end

boat and motor. 'INavy photo by Jumpers with between 30 and Navy Wife takes a dare to fame. Story on Page 8. (See W16 on PageNE .:.Jin
Ron Gardner, PH2I 75 jumps will compete In the



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MAY 28,1964 i
JAX AIR NEWS I


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: Chaplains'Vessage
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By Chaplain W. B. FeaginsOur

; ,. SUNDAY Commander In Chief has designated Memorial Day, Saturn

OF OUR <, 8:00 a. m. Service of Holy 30 May 1964, as a day of prayer for permanent peace. In this Z

clamation the President "calls upon all the people of the Nation!
Communion
COUNTRY. J) 9:30 a. m. Service of Divine Invoke God's blessing on those who have died In defense of our
law
WOrld of and "
for a order.
Worship Country and to pray The eleven
9:30 a. m. Sunday School:: for o'clock hour on Memorial Day has been designated for all people

: 16, Bldg. 722 unite In such prayer,
ti : : S 3 through to
; tl t 4i ll ages 11:00 a. m. Service of Divine( All Saints' Protestant Chapel and Saint Edwards Catholic chaw

Worship will be open at this hour for private prayer and meditation.
FellowshipWEDNESDAY the dead of World War I, World
War
6-30 p. m. Youth Let us never forget II anc
the Korean War. These men gave all they had in the service of;their

,I.;,", I. 4:30 p. m. Junior Choir Re- Country. Because of their deaths, we, the living, will enjoy Memorial
''t. hearsal Day 1964 in peace. And as we think of our heroic dead let us dedicateour

:t .1. Senior Choir Rehearsal efforts for peace. The graves of our dead are the
.. ", 7:30 p. m. great greatest
I' I 'I possible arguments against war. But we are aware that the human

:! 12:00 p. m. Holy Communion, sacrifice has never melted the heart nor deterred the hand of tyrants;

Also on all Holy Days so In our dedication to peace let us as well continue with spiritualand

Catholic Services at St. physical strength pnd force.

Edward's Chapel, NATTC and As the years go by, the scars of theirwoundshave disintegrated

Naval Hospital Into dust. Battlefields now bloom with flowers, grass, trees, and the
SUNDAY MASS touch of a farmer's plow. In most areas of heroic fighting and sacriflc

Editorial 6:30 a. m. U. S. Naval Hospital nothing remains to tell us of the sacrifice except the memory

9:00 a. m. & 11:00 a. m. St. keep in our hearts and the spirit they have bequeathed to us. Now

Edward's Chapel they rest In the eternal counsels of God and their heroism is known

What Would Those Who DAILY MASS to all who cherish freedom, honor, and country.

11:30 MONDAY a.m. St.&Edward's TUESDAY Chapel }OW IOM:! THAI fiml: U .. 4


'Stood It' Ask of Us? 4:15 1'- m.FRIDAY King Hall, NATTC A.l( >. -.:. '. ,....i, ,t'f"/". .; 4', .,' t..-.

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S. NavalHospital ,
12:05 p. m.U. .. ". ,
.t \: SATURDAY \.a : "
"These are the times that try men's souls," wrote Thomas PaineIn '! ""
9:00 a. m. St. Edward's Chapel ,.'; if". !
for freedom were at low OLz \i:, .
December, 1776, when America's hopes SATURDAY ., .
;
tide. "The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will In this CONFESSIONS- and t '. :'" '
7:00 m. 8:00 p. m. '"
crisis, shrink from the service of his country; but he that standsIt p. ;
before Masses
now deserves the love and thanks of man and woman." '. .
As the United States came to be, It was made clear--and It has Catechism Classes:Grade School .

remained so--that for Americans to sing freedom we have to pay SATURDAY
I::
Activities
Saints'
All
the piper. We are free today, the first among free nations, because 10:00 a. m. J. '

thousands of our countryrpen have fought to the death or risked building 722 NURSERYThe iJ --

their lives for liberty's cause. When the call came, it wasn't summer (
Naval Air Station Nursery
soldiers and sunshine patriots who answered.And .
located In 560 on Child #
that's why we have Memorial Day--to py tribute to those Building 0 JOHN(' J FITZGERALD: ; KENNKtt, '
Street at 8:15 a. m. on
and thanks of opens _.
who "stood It, the ones who "deserve the love man

and woman." Sunday Sunday morning.Masses Parents or Protestant attending JFK Ready for /Issu
Gen. John A. Logan Inaugurated the first official observance of Stamp
services leave
Memorial Day In 1868 with this pledge: "If other eyes grow dull may young
children In the without AFPS -- A new portrait of Mr. Kennedy with
)
and other hands shake, and other hearts grow cold In the solemn nursery Washington (
reproduction of the eternal Il-
trust, ours shall keep It well so long as the light of warmth the charge. five-cent stamp will be Issued
what would at the Kennedy grave. Circling
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nationally May on
warmth of life remain to us.
have been the 47th the stamp is a quotation from
Now Memorial Day signifies, perhaps more deeply than any other birthdayofthe
address of 1961'
patriotic observance, the soul. of America. On May 30, while we are Traffic ViolationsThe late President John F. Kennedy. Inaugural
that
II. .and the glow from
Postmaster General John A.
picnicking, listening to the Indianapolis"500" auto race, or whatever, "
we will do well to examine that significance and how It relates to Gronouskl announced that the fire can truly light the worldFirstday tl the,
ceremonies for
our service for God and Country.As stamp is the most carefully
remember the following is a report of planned 'In postal history. stamp will be held in Boston,
we pause on Memorial Day, 1964, first let us stamp
tragedy and triumph of supreme sacrifices offered by Americanswho motor vehicle accidents and He said that a seven-man team Mass. The stamp Is bluegrayin

lie In cemeteries all over the world, and next let us resolve to traffic violations for the period the New York City design firm on a horizontal format. The
dedicated May 17 through May 24. of initial( print order of 250 mil
make conscious effort to become better, stronger, more Raymond LoewyWilliam
Americans. Snalth has workedexclusivelyon lion Is double the customary pro'
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis
That would be all that those who "stood it" would ask of us. (AFPS) the project from Jan 16toMar 17 duct Ion of commemorativewhen

week May 17 through the design was approved. stamps.
'' ''$', ,',' ,:("\!. '''.''',<"' >:,;>, .:'.. "; May24. . . 2 The stamp pairs an informal
; w"f ;\,,' I' Total accidents this year through

7 <:)"i.,',*t, '"... '"'," f1h.t"'- ,}',,,,'f,:O,,!,, '. ',.,,..,.''. May 24 . . .98 Quote of the Week

1\, <".'wi. ; '< ,., ....,.'; Total accidents through May

: 1963 . . .107 I
Number of days since last injury "IF'"' must II itI" till/ ./inert fans, ir

J in motor vehicle acci- ihnfe/' nn III,' /1/I'm.> / and those/' in llie '

r i dents . . . 6
l' fiti>, .*, (/ ,.I"me'r In rlriuk.f r urn llit' flIp

't.. 0 NUMBER OF-VIOLATIONS if />/rM/v./. "-PRr.sinr.sT: : JOHNSON( inKoekv .tj
e
This week . . 58 Mount.C.: .

w. g./: ,t Speeding . . .10

"a1 8i i I .. Reckless Driving . .4
Going through Stop Sign 4

U Other violations . 40 .
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$ $: Twenty-six drivers appeared

;w. i 4 '. before the Traffic Hearing Board
i"
at the held JAX AIR NEW'SThe
meeting on May 25.
:1
-- A ,,: _h2'<" 4I Disposition of the Includethe
:V'J ..r-.: ');\ cases
.
'
'K. M.- j" three lo-st
following
". 1 Gt\'t. .1", : drivingand HHHHHMHHB *1 *
.
k !:Z.. : parking privileges aboard the Newspaper.
JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise
MEMORIAL SERVICES-Member Branch 91, Fleet R.i.rve-Auo- station for various periods: 11 distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,

ciation held their annual Memorial Day Services on Sunday, were assigned to complete an Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a

May 24 at the Saluting Battery here at NAS Jax. Prior serviceswere eight-hour course In remedial private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX A w
driving Instructions 12 Office,
also held in the All Saints Protestant Chapel. (Navy Photo ; were NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information ,

by Chris Cole, SNI) given were given suspended warnings'penalties three ; ten Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, bv 12:00 noon on Monday before
were
sources-
publication. all
News from
items are welcomed
dismissed( and
; one was referredto
VP-16 Telephone EV 9-7711. Ext. 8162.
Men
officers
commanding for pos- Advertisements and queries
sible are solicited by the publisher
disciplinary action.
(Continue! from Page I) concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing

obedient( service. The VP-16 "Eagles" fly d.. Company! } 4724 Clyde Drive( Jacksonville 8, Florida-

J. O. Campbell A01, was venerable SP-2E long range Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271.

honored as the fleet air wing patrol bomber In Its primary
Eleven Photographer of the mission of all-weather antisubmarine A good resolve-to do someonea MAY28JPAGE
month of April. warfare. good turn and not be found out. :VOL. 22 NO. 12



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28, 1964 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 3

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New Rate Listing ACL, VP Sneaker& At CPO Club LuncheonDonald : PRE A LOT OFHARDFEEUNSS.


program at 12 p.m. -
Opens At NARTU T. Martin, assistant spoke on the functions of the Chief H.D. Schott, Presidentof

Vice President in charge of pub- Chamber of Commerce and their the Advisory Board, sponsorsof
lic relations and advertising for accomplishments, plans and the all
Luncheonsagain
for A recruiting new listing within of rates the Naval open the Atlantic Coast Line Railroadwas projects for the preceding and future members of the advisory urges boardto
the speaker at the years.
guest Invite their Commanding Officers -
Air Reserve
mand Training Com- Chief Petty Officer's Club May The luncheon began at or Division Officers to the
released
was recently. 11:30 A.M. with rib eye steaks luncheons. Reservations
Personnel enlisted In one of 27.Mr.. Martin, also a Vice President and beverages for the usual dol- necessary as the dining room are and not
the open rates will serve on [ of the Greater Jacksonvillearea lar at all of these monthly lunch- banquet room is filled on a first
stationkeeper duty at one of 18 Chamber of Commerce, eons. Mr. Martin began his come first served basis.
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Deck the the halls with old' newspaper Mrs.: Compton() Receives RC Appreciation Letter;

Hang stockings higher up

Put Santa away brought the candy the dishes kids a pup. New Volunteers Service Pin Awardees Named


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Cross. Mrs. E::, fr". Hllderbrant, Jones, Mrs. Frank Layne,
A framed Certificate of Appreciation east Florida was the speaker and Mrs.
gC was presented toMrs. Chaplain Walter Feagins offeredthe Gray Lady Chairman, presided at Robert Lemon, Mrs jesse
Tb .
and assisted Mrs.A.
the Linder, Mrs. William
James R. Compton. On-Base Invocation and benediction. ceremony Miles,
Chairman of Red Cross Vol- Captain William G. Lawson, Hos- L. McGlaun Gray Lady Vice- Mrs. John Morgan Mrs, Rodney
1) chairman in conducting the can- Newman, Mrs. L. E.
Officer Schalon,
unteers by Mr. Charles Gross, pital Commanding pre-
Base Field Director at a Volunteer sented awards for service and dlelight ceremony.New Mrs. Steward Seaman, Mrs. A.
SEE PAGE 12 AND Graduation Ceremony May following the graduation accepted volunteer graduates were: C. Skipper, Mrs. William

YOU'LL KNOW WHY 25. The certificate recognizedMrs. the new volunteers for Mrs. J. A. Berlin, Hospital Vol- Vermillion, Mrs. Philip White-
Compton's outstanding contribution service in USNH Jacksonville. unteer; Mrs. Thomas Cheek,Staff head, Mrs. Marguerite Woods,
.1. RIVERSIDE In leadership and direct Assisting with the capping were Aide; and Mrs. Edward Cale Gray Ladies

service In the Red Cross Vol- Mrs. Compton, CDR Geraldine Mrs. Phaon Deer, Mrs. James Receiving awards for service

unteer program during her three Houp, Chief Nurse, USNH and Dotson, Mrs. Robert Dyer, Mrs. were: 6 years, Mrs. Thomas
CHEVROLET years at NAS Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs. Harold Brown, Chairmanof Robert Elling, Mrs. William Bennett; 5 years, Mrs. L.M.F.

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May 28 Thursday, May 28 Thursday, May 28 Thursday, May 28
3:30 p.m.-6 p.m. Hour Happy Hour 4:30p.m.-6:30p. m. Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings
Happy Friday, May 29 9-1:00: a.m.
29 Friday, May 29 Friday, May 29
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May
; Phil Cay and Chantels 8:30 -
Dance to Bud larkSaturday
3:30 p.m-6 p.m. 12:30 a. m.Saturday. Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings
p.m. May 30 9-1:00 a.m.
May 30
a.m.. Saturday, May 30
May 30 Dance to Charlie Jay Mark Castle 8:30 p. m. March Wilson and Redcoats
12:30 a. m.Sunday.
3:30 p.m.-6 p.m. Sunday, May '31 May, 31 9-1:00 a.m.
p.m. Sunday, May 31
i 8:30: p.m.-12:30 Dance to Phil Cay Game Night 5:3Op.m.-7rop.m.: March Wilson and Redcoats
June 1 7:30 p.m.11:30: p.m.
Monday
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May 31 June 1 June 1 : -
Monday, Country Drifters 8:30: p. m. Monday. .
Pizza Night 11:30 p. m.Tuesday. and
Dining Dancing
Beef Chicken, Steamship Tuesday, June 2 June 2 Tuesday, June 2

June 1 Happy Hour Happy Hour 4:30p.m.-6:30: p.m. Happy Hour 5-7 p.m.

3:30p.m.: 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 3 Wednesday, June 3 Wednesday June 3
Western Music Game Night 7:30: p.m.-9:30: p.m. Game Night B p.m.
June 2
3:30 p.m.6 p.m.
Night (India) ATTENTIONall

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>: 'tI'h sonality of the Month" for May
,: : : was selected Friday, May 15.
He Is Bennie McKenzie laborerIn ,
the Labor and Equipment
Branch Material Division.In .
'f': 'f. commenting on the se- <, ..
.., '1i'/ lectee's performance Captain J. -
;' 'I"
D. Sullivan, Commanding Officer .
,,,' ,,",j:) Supply Department, said"Bennie "
>" ":1j[,, was selected because of the ..:::. ..---
overall excellence of his job per
Bennie McKenzieCANNOE&SON formance. He completes his ... Jt: E )(
assignments promptly and : 1
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12.3.3 j it3 !
throughly and his pleasant per- ;:: jLI- S !
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.J t sonality, industriousness and job 7 tl 10 II 12 IJ: ,.t, <:
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enthusiasm have a positive effect 14 15 16 I( l 17 IH 19 20 1: 1:
CUSTOM BUILDERS .
on his fellow employees." 21 22 2:1: 21 2i2h2i FIRST TO GIVE 100% TO NAVY RELIEF-Copf. John Pool JonesIll
771-7021 Bennie, who is a native of ;
2U 29 30 '\ Senior Dental Officer. at the Naval Air Technical Training Center
Specializing in Fireplaces,Car Bryansville, Ga., served In the ,..- .. -
Ports; Florida Rooms and Dn. Army during World War II and ;.rpq."w:' J11J1_' }1 .I..".. Jacksonville accepts the congratulations of Capt. C, G. Strum,
FREE ESTIMATES has been employed in the Supply JUNE CALENDAR-Lor"r Yvonne NATTC Commanding Officer. The Dental Department was the first
Department since March 1951. Craig beats the tuininertiiiif heat. NATTC Department to contribute 100% to the 1964 Navy Relief

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44/l4 Tailhook Ass 9 n Of Naval

VALIANT' The

1188.00 BARRACUDAo ? Aviation To Hold ReunionIn

( IS HERE S
PRICE! of Naval Aviators In the San
SEE IT NOW! 1957 a group Diego area got together
5 Yr..50,000 Milt Warranty and formed the Tailhook Association of Naval Aviators
On All New Cars which would meet on a yearly basis These Aviators were Com-
o mander Bob Elder Lieutenant Commander Boyd Muncie, Cdr. Ralph
'_,IF $500. DISCOUNTS on an New CHRYSLERS! Smyle, LCdr. Marty Kinkade, and LCdr. Fritz Roth. To qualify as
a Tailhook one must have made a take-off and landing on a carrier
Approximately 18 Minutes From MAS South On Hhvay 17ClAYIOM The first meeting was held at
the Rosarita Beach Hotel, 20 are expected to be present.
miles south of Tijuana, and about Tallhookers may obtain applications -
REVELSHRBtER 100 were present. The second for the May 22-24
I meeting, also held at Rosarlta meeting In Las Vegas by writ IIP
s Beach numbered nearly 200 to-Tailhook Treasurer, KAt,-
Ypyp INC aviators and the seventh and last 12, NAS Mirmar, San Diego
reunion, which was held at the California.The .
Ji. OMHOI AYE, GR1IH COYII IHGSPBOfJI Thunderbird Hotel in Las Vegas, ticket will cost $20 This
I saw over 500 Tallhookers includes one night at the Thunder-
JAtjKSttNVlt-L PI REGf*2 |S5t present. bird, floor show, Buffet dinner. ,
This year, the eighth reunion man overboard breakfast on Sun-
will take place May 22-24 at the day, and two free cocktail po'rtll,i.
eS Thunderbird Hotel again In Las The committee for the tijjhth
e r r
r r e e I Vegas and between five hundredand Annual Reunion has ?s its Chair-
seven hundred Naval Aviators man Captain Larry Flint Ci
RAG-12 NAS Mlrmar. Other
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NAS Three Wins hibits with a planter.called, Lava An extrovert kindergarten boy
Auto' Liability Insurance BowL Mrs. Dorsey won a first returned to school after week's
place with a vase done In under absence for'a cold with
COUNTY Top Honors At severe
Over 25M,5ey.VA.Lr RATES glaze. Powell won second place the following note written by his
21-25 Married. . .$55:00: Over 25 Single. .$43.00 and a red ribbon for his workIn mother, pinned to him: "Here he
Under'21 Married. $67\00 Under 21.25 Single.21 . .$72.00 Ceramics ExhibitThree stains. His exhibit was an 1st I I can't stand him another
6 MO. nge.$115.00, early American clock done in "
POLICY day.
MONTHLY PAY
PLAN natural wood stains.
NAS Jacksonville personnel -*
McDOUGAU'S ,INSU E walked away with one-
= third of the top prizes at the 4th
Annual Florida Ceramic Exhibit,
bear Main Gate HAS, JAX .I held April 26. Med Cruise ?
6463 Roosevelt. Ivd Phone EV 8-7676 They were H. T. Carter, QM2of
VP-30, Mrs. Hazel Dorsey, '
and W. E. Powell,AE3,VP-30.. TAKE ADVANTAGEOFTHE MERCEDES-BEN
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New' Officers!.. 1"f'"; H I IWhen
Star
Nominated By"Branch ;--9 Navy Wife Takes Dare, Becomes Movie


J. C. Davis JOSN
Story By ,
the new Key West Films
126At \ :: Inc., 'ran advertisements for anew Photos By Ron Gardner PH2

leading lady, a Jacksonville rr
the regular meeting of Navy wife and mother of two 19r _

Branch 126, nominations for 1 children, applied for the role on I I't
branch officers were held, with a dare from a grocery store

the following members nominated 4 clerk, and walked away with the 't
: Dyer Burr and Lowell Lor- honors, as leading lady In the
beer, President; Robert Boyd v' a movie, "Escape From Hell Island +
and Lowell Lorbeer, first vice- ; ." t

president; Lowell Lorbeer and "I just went down and told themI
Frank Second Vlce-
Zlnkosky, I wanted the part," petite Linda
President Wilson Sandefer and ,
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I. Scott says "The next thing I
James Murphy, Secretary; and
knew, Mark Stevens wanted me to
William Washallski and Glenn ,
<
read for him. After the reading
Stoker for Treasurer.
Mark and Jim Doherty, the pro-
On May 30 at 11 a.m. Branch ducer, asked me If I would do It."
126 will hold their joint Mem-' Linda Scott's real name Is
orial Services. The services will
Linda Rouzer wife of Harry Rou-
be held at the open Bible Gardenof A STAR IS BORN- Linda Scott
zer, AE2, now attending AE"B"
the Jacksonville Memory Gar- stands on the stern of her and school at NATTC. Rouzer was

dens, located on Blanding Boulevard her husband's boat which is Steven's double and stunt man In
South of Collins Road. their home in Jacksonville. the movie."I .

-.- thought at one time in the
film, they were going to blow the "
know If rd do it again. At IT HAPPENED LIKE THISlindaScott
boat out of the water," Rouzer this point Linda said he would.
star of "Escape From Hell
said. "I gotthe job because I've When the announcement went
1 ran charter boats through the Island describes some of the
out for girls, over three hundred
Key's for years. But I don't from all over the state flew Into scenes in the movie to Jax Air

1 vv r Key West. Miss Scott surprised News reporter Jerry Davis, joined

everyone when she thought a Navy by Linda's husband, Harry
(- E Ea wife with two children didn't havea Rouzer, of AE "B" school, NATTC

DEEP rtr f chance. Especially when she Harry was stunt mananddoublefor

V Arw y has never had any acting or stage Mark Stevens, the director of

experience. the movie. The film is expected
The Rouzers' live on a small
to open at the Imperial Theater,
yacht at Grahams Boat Yards In
Jacksonville. Their two children, May28-June3.
who at this time are staying with
Hi Miss Scotts parents are, Debbie, holds a knife at her throat In a
6 and Scott Edward 2. mad rage and threatens to kill

Here's where we get personal... The movie will open at the her.Linda
Imperial Theater May 28-June also made comments on

LOANSYou 3. On May 28 it will also startat another part where her truelife
PERSONAL 65 other theaters throughout -' husband Harry swims through

the state. Miss Scott will be burning oil.
can borrow money from us for any worthwhile at "I couldn't tell whether he was
an autograph party Monday,
purpose. Maybe you need some to go on leave. Perhapsyou June 1, at the Imperial from 3: burning or acting. He did burn his
need money for a child's school tuition for next 30 YEARS-V. M. Gross, RMCM, 30 p.m.5 p.m. eyes though."

fall. Whatever you need money for, come see us first. leading chief of NAS Communications The movie is about a charter Rouzer Is In all the long shots.
Applications for Personal Loans can be picked up at Department cuisthe coke boat captain who is hired to res- He Is In everything but the dia-

our facility office. the department presented to him cue a Cuban refugee, Linda, and logue and close-ups.
BANKING HOURS Mon. thru Thurs. 11:00 A. M. "I I love Linda i
4 : chased Cuban acting, says.
by a
for his 30 of faithful ser gets gunboat.
years
til 3:00 P.M. Friday 9:30 A. M. til 4:30 P. M. vice to the Navy. He first en- "They had to teach me a Cuban "They say we will be doing three
ACROSS FROM ADMINISTRATION BLDG, HAS or four pictures a year."
i listed at Kansas Mo. Chief accent. Linda said.
City
Phone Extensions 8272 or 8273 The Rouzers have made plansto
THE BARNETT NATIONAL BANK Gross reported aboard NAS on her The was scene the one that whereJackDonner put a scare Into- move to Key West when Harry

June 21, 1960. (Navy Photo by gets out of the Navy and continue
OS NAS FACILITY OFFICE who plays the part of her psy-
Chris Cole, SN) their
chotic husband new careers In movie
throws her down,
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York (AFPS--For the
,L I'13-v thousands of military and civil-

Ian personnel who will take to
3 A
the water this summer, the
American Red Cross strongly
Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde
recommends the following tipsto
Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
prevent drowning:
for publication the Ads arriving
Tuesday following Thursday.
Learn to swim or at leastto
wr float. too* late for this deadline will be published the

following week unless the publisher Is Instructed other
Avoid swimming in unauth-
wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad
orized and unguarded areas.
must be received WITH the copy for the ad.
I .. Always swim with a buddy.Do .
-- DO NOT
SEND
not dive Into water of unknown CASH.
RATE: Minimum charge'(3( 'lines). . . . $LOO
)MEN GUILD-Ceremoniet were held recently by Chaplain R. depth.
Per additional line ((4 words line) . 35
per .
Radcliffe in the All Saints Chapel for the new incoming of- Know how to apply mouth-to- .
r of the All Saints Protestant Womens Guild. (IL to R) Chap mouth resuscitation.Know -- --- ----- ---

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F Fish Contest Set For ti ? r 1 t ? a r e Y :




Monday June 1 Thru 12Time



is getting nigh! Don't Fish Camp. Grand prizes will
forget to toss your rod and reel be given away at the conclusion
or pole In the back of the car of the contest.
Monday June L NAS Special Ser- The rules are:License--Fish W
vices will host a noon fishing con- ermen using rod and reel will be ,'
THE NAVAL AIR FORCE Atlantic test from 11 a.m.to 1p.m.on work required by state law to have fa \ 4'f-.

Fleet Bowling Tournament's high days through June 12. with daily their possession a valid fishing .+
prizes being given for the best license. Equipment Rod and
series trophy is presented to G.A. oL
catches In largemouth bass, bluegill Reelcane pole, spinning tackleor
Kleven of the Fleet Air Jacksonville
or bream and catfish. fly rod may be used. Bait-- 4 cr: fikft
f bowling team: {from Capt.". All.:active duty personnel are Artificial{ bait,wormsgrasshoppers -
H. P. lanham, Chief of Staff.Com eligible. Eligible( places to fish or crawdads may be used.

mander Naval Air Force, U. S. will be the shoreline of the Naval No shiners, bullhead minnows or .;.
Atlantic Fleet. Kleven rolled a Air Station or Casa Linda any other live bait except small
624 series. (Navy Photo) Lake. Weighing statlonwillbethejiA25to$3O fish caught In Casa Linda Lake
'EXPERT RIFLEMEN-Capt. R. E. Haiilip ft) and SSgt. H. A. Bainbridge -
will be used in Casa Linda Lake.
discuss marksmanship after Capt. Haislip set a new re-
Worms may be purchased at a
nominal at the MAS Fish Camp. qualification record of 249 out of a possible 250 at the Camp
Blooding Rifle Range recently. Bainbridge fired a 225 to qualifyas

an expert rifleman. (Navy Photo by M. A. Wood, PH I 1))


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June is the month to get out- beginner swimmer through water
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beaches and the swimming pools. Now bow about you--are you a
Sure we do it all year round, but swimmer? If you are a poor
More than 800,000 car ,owners insure June is-a special month at NAS. swimmer the Red Cross Field On Navy TeamIn
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5 Meet IM Track MeetReScheduled Jax Navy Softball. Red were Mills the losing and -Dave-pftcliers.( Stewart Jax

J Navy out hir their opponents'' In
5Return all the games but lost the decisions
MenWin Hose 2
JUDO by loose playing on the
5 WithTrophiesHonors bases, and the fact that this was
The Jax Navy "diamondmen" the first time these men had
traveled to Glynco, Georgia to ever played together as a team.
Y For June NineThe play the Glynco Navy team in Saturday the Jax Navy team
four games of softbalL took two games, both by the
Intramural Track Meet, The Jax Navy squad lost the score of 62. The winning pitchers -
previously set for June 2, has two games played Friday night were Harry Shelly and
been re-scheduled for by the scores of 6-4 and 11-4. Red Mills.MO'NEY .
Tuesday
The Jax Navy team took partin for, Shodan ((1st degree Black June 9.Entries.
the Florida promotional tour- Belt): J. L. Baird, ATl. USN, for the event should be
nament this past week-end in and IN 1 DAY
A2C Clyde Harp, USAF for turned into Frank McCaffrey,
Hollywood, Florida and came Sankyu ((3rd grade Brown Belt). NAS Athletic Director, no later
home With five trophies and the All three of the than
men were pro- June 3.
team championship.Three moted.In Entries for the meet have been 25 to $600
members of the team addition to the membersof received from the Marine Bks.,
took examinations for promotion: the club to be promoted the O&R, VP-5, FICEUR, Hospital ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE
GySgt. D. L.Stewart,USMC MAD, overall effort of the team was Comm. Off Mess, VP-30, and
outstanding. Five members of A/C Maintnance.Ten Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us
Second RoundOf the Jax Navy Judo Club made events have been scheduledfor how much you want. Pick up the cash at your
up the team that took part in the meet which will begin at convenience. Same-day service.
the tournament. All five mem- 1:30 p.m. Two of these will be
IntramuralGolf bers placed in their respective new events, the pole vault and the 2 M4 ONTH REPAYMENT PLAou
weight classes. 880
yard
run.
Get Pmt, You Mo. Pmt
o Get
Those placing were: 135 lb. The other events include the
Draws NearWith Willie Jones, Shodan ((1st degree 100 yard dash, one mile run,shot $ 84.33 $5.00 $355.79 $21.00
Black Belt) 1st place; 150 put, running broad jump,440yard 151.80 9.00 421.51 25.00
only two weeks left before lb. Charles Lipsey, Ikkyu ((1st dash, 220 yard dash, running high 219.21 13.00 500.51 29.00
the second round of the Intra- grade Brown Belt) 2nd place; jump, and sprint medley relay. 286.73 11.00 600,00 34.39
mural Golf season starts,last 165 Ib. Clyde Harp, Yonkyu Track shoes, baseball shoes
week's action fared in this (Green Belt) 3rd place; 200 Ib. and golf shoes are strictly pro Above payments include interest.
way: J. L, Baird, Yonkyu (Green Belt) hibited.
3rd place; and the Unlimited .DL&Le
AMERICAN LEAGUE weight class D. L. Stewart, Ikkyu -
((1st grade Brown Belt) 2nd place. JfIffJtIfI?
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PAGE 12 JAX AIR NEWS

The results of last weeks action HAS Golf Course'
Mad Foxes Of AM were:


American League .....
League Top IM Crash & Fire 3, Riggers 1 Members To Have
FICEUR #1--4, Griffins 0
Needlers 3, Cannon Cockers 1
Falcons 3, Doc's 1 Match SaturdayA CARS
Keglers5010 Marlins 4, Seabees 0
Eagles 4, Cutters 0 golf match will be played on
Sky Warriors 3, CFJ"B" 1 Saturday, May 30, between the IN
John Cotsonas, of the Griffins, active duty and retired membersof ,
was the only new kegler that join- Continental League the NAS Golf Course. Civilian
ed the 600 bowlers this past week NARTUn--4. Spartans 0 members are welcome to play 4.0
when he posted his 612 game. Supply 3, Protons 1 and will be paired where needed.
VA-35 leads the National FICEUR2--2, Spoilers 2 Participants will be matchedby
League with their 29-13 record Burgermasters 3, Mix Masters 1 handicaps and starting times
while thePlzzan's lead the Continental ComStore 5--3, CFJ"A" 1 will be made. CONDITION
y I League with their 39-17 Paymasters #2--4, Alley Cats 0 Draft beer and steak dinner will
record and the Mad Foxes lead be served after the golf match. AT
the American League with their National League Winners will receive one golf
50-10 record.FICEUR. NARTU2-3, Bombers 1 ball. Misc. prizes will beawarded -
Rejects 4, FICEUR3--0 for the longest drive, closestto
& 679th' Rookies 4, Pan Handlers 0 the pin and etc. ,
Baymen 4, Lucky '7' 0 This will also be a farewell
Air Frames 3, Thunderheads 1 party In honor of the retiring golf
Top The Two IM, Electrons 3, Marines 1 chairman Captain Dave Henderson -
(DC) USN.

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