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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: March 25, 1965
Frequency: weekly
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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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by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed 1 by tie. publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official i eSJ1I'e5 military department.( The appearance of advertisements in this publication does<< not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or service advexfiscdJJ i I

VOL 23 NO.2 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA MARCH 5; S''i

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HAS Planes, Personnel Aid In NHA/FSJC/ Drive Ends Tomorrow; ---



Recovery Of Gemini AstronautsSeven Everyone Can And Should HelpThere's



aircraft from NAS Jacksonville were among 79 planes which only one day left

participated In the recovery of astronauts Maj. Virgil Grissom and When die National Health Agencies/Federal Services: Joint Crusade -

Lt. Cdr. John Young following their threeorbitlight/ around the ends tomorrow will you be able to say I gave? If not. there's

world Tuesday. In addition to the aircraft. 20 Navy ships manned: still time to get your envelopes into your campaign keyman. There

by nearly 7,000 sailors participated In the giant recovery project. may be only one day left but mat's enough time to help the Navy

Airborne Early Warning meet its goal for this drive a goal of 100 participation.I .
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Squadron Four the Navy Hurri- conuiDUUOii no matter

cane Hunters, supplied three April 1 Set how big or bow small, will help merlca's nationwide 5 and 1/2 million retarded Work-

planes and 91 sailors to carry out In some way to erase disease overseas.
weather surveillance in the recovery For Uniform and suffering for people throughout ing to build community programs
research into
area the day prior to the die world. We are all volunteers and stimulating

flight. Information relayed from Dale co-workers: Indus goal causes and means of prevention
Change is better world and
its goal a
these used from the -
flights was to compile person whogivesadonation
Cdr. C.J. &di. more hopeful future for all who
weather forecasts for die recovery totiescientistwhodevekpes
The time is here once again are mentally retarded.
area. Cdr. W. H. Reese tie core for some disease. Each
Executive Officer of VW-4, and when the weather makes living role is an important one and one United Cerebral Palsy Associations --

Lt. Cdrs. J. G. Jackson and A. In bines uncomfortable; so its cannot work without die other. provides educational

F. Marsh piloted the three plane time for NAS Jacksonville to VP-16 Helm To For beau healm. your National vocational and rehmUltatlmserl
detachment. change uniforms. Health Agencies provide vices for more man 600,000 \;
The date for change has been children and adults. It finances t ta
Four planes from Patrol research information and service
Squadron 16 also participated In set for April 1. one week from Change Monday in die fight against disease research program aimed at

the recovery phase of Project today. and disability affecting people>> of discovering: means of prevention.
The uniforms that win be worn Cerebral palsy, caused by brain
Gemini. VP-16 hasa
currently Command of Patrol Sojoadron every age. Agencies benefiting
the :
detachment at Klndley AFB are as follows: Sixteen win change hands at 2 from this anaual drive and tie damage can impair ability
For an male officers and Chief to walk talk see or bear. 1
Bermuda, which augmented by p.m.. March 29, when Commander services that dry provide in- I
The American Cancer Society
Officers, de uniform win
several from Petty elude
planes Jax. Charles J. Eadie becomes :
fights cancer on Three fronts: research 1
be troplcalwhite tropical
long
searched the area around Commanding Officer, relieving Muscular Dystrophy Associations -
education and service. "
Bermuda. Cdr. R. T. Lemon remained khaki long. The Ifl ; ..amUonu. Commander William J. Vaoght.CDR. of America leads the fight
airborne from the beginning will be tropical khaki long until Vaugbt. who skippered tie against dystrophy, a disease that Tea should know cancer's seven

of the space shot until recovery 7 p.m. then it changes tropical Ami-Submarine Warfare Unit fort is as yet Incurable Afflicted danger signals and have a yearly

had been made. Three white long, service dress khaki past year is to assume de children rarely reach maturity. health checkup. The individual
white.The actions can save the lives of 90,
service dress .
other planes piloted by Cdr. W. or duties of Executive Officer aboard Through worldwide research{ 000 Americans who each
J. Vaught,Commanding Officer of uniform for enlisted men tie USS RandotyhCVS( 15)): a nationwide network of clinic's year
because -
of die disease needlessly,
VP-16. Lt. Cdr. G. 1.. Petri. will be tropical white long orun- CDR. Eadie reported to VP-16 and direct services to patients

and Lt. Cdr. A. F. Marsh stood dress white. The liberty uniform in December 1963 and assumed: MDAA brings; hope and confortto their cancer was discov- 1

by In their aircraft on die ground will be tropical white long or the duties of Executive Officer millions afflicted by dystrophy ered too late.
Association -
The American Heart
ready to take off with a moments' service dress white. March 1964. and related neuromuscnlar dis
spearheads a nationw ide pro-
officers and
notice If the astronauts landed in For women en- As a Lt. Cdr. Eadie was a eases.
combat heart and circulatory -
their search area. VP-16 flying listed women, the uniform will crew member of'the "Snowbird"ZPG2 The National Association for gram to

the P3A Orion boasts flying the be service dress light !bbe with Airship wbichestab- Mental Health is a voluntary citizens diseases responsible
for 53fr of all U.S deaths. Your
fastest patrol plane In the world. garrison caps worn except m lished de world's record in19S'l organization, mat works to
heart
Fund attacks
From Mayport the destroyers social or formal occasions. for non-stop, non-refueled combat adult and childhood mental Heart fights
and Ault Black gloves will be worn or illness through research, stroke high blood pressure
Bigelow, Harwood. (Ugh?. This flight lasted elevendays rheumatic fever,inborn heart defects -
participated in the recovery. Key carried. and twenty minutes or 264. community treatment centers: and other disorders afflict-
the The liberty uniform will be mental bospi l1'OJunlcer services -
West his
provided destroyer 2 hours. For participation
Sirs field. service dress light blue or service in tiiis flight Cdr. Eadie was rehabilitation, public information ing more dun ten minim Ameri

The USS Intrepid served as pri- : dress while. Combination awarded tie Air Medal and mental heahh education. cans.The Arthritis and Rheumatism

mary recovery ship for the astro- hat will be worn with liberty uniform Cdr. Eadie enlisted in tie the national
Foundation only
and gloves shall be worn The National Association for

(Continued On Page 4) or carried. (Continued On Page 4)) Retarded Children serves A- (Continue Off Page 4))





I Air News Contest In Second Week :",



Air indicate choices and 5. KIM STANLEY Seame: _3. GRAYSON HALL Night
Tax News Is sponsoring a nees, your Best ActorL .
"Pick the Academy Awards" mall your entries to: On A Wet Afternoon of tie guana
RICHARD BURTON -
contest which will net the lucky -4. LfLAKEDROVA-Zorba.

winners a grand prize of a six- Awards Contest Becket Best Supporting Actor.L tie Greek
2. REX HARRISON -
My 5. AGNES MOOREHEAD -
month pass to any Florida State Jax Air News -

Theatre in J Jacksonville plus two- Box 2 3.Fair Lady PETER OTTOOLE jatNGELGUD Bec- Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte

more passes good for diree HAS JacksonvilleIn Becket -"lcet
months and one month each.
case of ties, earliest post- 4. ANTHONY QZIINN -Zor- -2. STANLETHOLLOWAT- Best SongL

The contest ems next Friday, marks will decide the winners, ---0.. The Greek My Fair Lady

April 2. All entries must be post- so mail your entries today I 5 PETER SELLERS Dr. 3. EDMOND OTBRIEN Sean CIIM CUM ClERE-EE-

marked no later than midnight -Strangelove Days in May Mary Poppies
that day and must received. Best Motion PictureL 4, LEE TRACY- The Best
2. DEAR HEART Dear
by Jax Air News by noon April BECKET Paramount Best Actress ---'m -Uean
5 to be eligible 5. PETER USTINOV Top-
-2. DR. STRANGELOVE L JULIE ANDREWSMary -hakiBest 3. HUSH. HUSH. SWEET

The Academy will announce Columbia -Poppins CHARLOTTE Hush.. Hush. )'

their selections on April 5th 3. MARY POPPINS Buena 2. ANNE BANCROFT-The Supporting ActressL Sweet Charlotte I
and Jax: Air News will announce -Vista 1'impltln Eater 4. MY KIND OF TOWN -

the winners and present the _4. MY FAIR LADY War- 3. SOPIIIA LOREN-Mani- GLADYS COOPER My Ttobin and Ills Hxxls

passes on April 8th ners -age Italian Style -Fair Lady 5. WHERE LOVE HAS
DEBBIE REYNOLDS 2. EDITH EVANS Tie -GONE Where Love Has
Entries are pouring in now, so 5. ZORBA. THE CREEK 4. -'-
don't delay. Clip the list of nomi -Roch1ey, Ltd. Unsinkabe Molly Brown Chalk Garden GonePublished

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r'j' : j '" "' Chaplain's MessageBy
snkvtr000: Anniversary .. J.ut\ : .: ,r'YJ 5..

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Walter B. Feagins
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SUNDAY
ApriI4I just think! A quarter of the New Year has passed. Still true to

8:00 a.m. Service of Holy your new year's resolution? Strangely enough the old patterns of
Communion mistakes will warrant our attention as well as our intention to pro-
9:30 a.m. Service of Divine mote our stronger new years resolution. This action is well and

Worship good If we really and seriously reflect upon our faults mistakes,
9:30: a.m. Sunday School for tempers, and attitudes.Our .
ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722
11:00 a.m. Service of Divine one advantage for this action is that we have the ability to
Worship reason to think out our individual problems, and then to act wisely

\JD 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship with an honest decision the best way we can.

WEDNESDAY The Importance of an honest decision must be stressed. For
second chance to relieve those sins of
4:30 Junior Choir Rehearsal basically, it will mean a com-
p.m. mission as well as omission. To assist and direct us for living a

Tc30 Senior Choir Rehearsal life of happiness is God. Why not try God? Many people have tried
I p.m. nearly everything else, and; many people are still living miserableand
Peace.
Promoting 12:00 p.m. Holy Communion unhappy lives. Let us look at It this way. Whenever we are sick
advice. Whenever
we are not ashamed to heed our physician's our
Also on all Holy Days
Catholic Services at St. Ed- car needs repairs we are not ashamed to ask the mechanic. Then
Resisting Aggression. ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval why should we be ashamed to face God who loves us completely?
.
s Hospital This love God's love and make us whole again. The touch of our
Divine Physician can reach into your heart and minfrto cleanse and
EditorialAn SUNDAY MASS restore peace and happiness. Therefore, let us remember that God

'6:30 a.m.' U.S. Naval Hospital forgives, God heals and God loves each of us. One formula of God's
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. Holy World for living throughout the remainder of this year Is from
Alliance DedicatedTo Edward's Chapel Proverbs 3:6: "In all thy ways acknowledge him, and
He shall,direct thy paths."
DAILY MASS

World Peacekeeping 11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel

MONDAY &TUESDAY Sustained Power At' Sea

rr The North Atlantic Treaty organization (NATO) will be 16 years 4:15 p.m. King HallNATTC
old April 4. As one of the keepers of peace in today's tensionriddledworld The Navy has a classic role at sea: To protect this shippingand
it deserves a salute from those of us in uniform.In FRIDAY these sealanes to control the seas.
the four years following World. War II before NATO existed, 12:05 p.m. U.S.Naval Hospital Cut these arteries and you will stop the heart.
the Free World was sadly convinced of the need for it. There are those who may give It a try. These Soviet submarines,
In the United Nations, the Soviet Union repeatedly used Its veto SATURDAY over 400 of them, constitute eight times the undersea fleet that Hitler
power to advance .Its own world policies and restrain those of the 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY had at the beginning of World War II And Soviet-built submarineshave
Western powers. It had annexed Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania duringthe been supplied to the satellite countries, to communist China
war. Parts of Poland, Finland, Rumania, Germany and Czecho- and also to Indonesia and Egypt.
slovakia were added to Its empire. Using army-supported internal 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before Since the last war the communist empire has engulfed more than
pressure against existing governments, the USSR reduced Albania, Masses five times the population and twice the area of the United States in
Bulgaria, Rumania, East Germany, Poland, Hungary and Czecho- Catechism Classes:Grade School its drive for world power. We can see all too readily that the
slovakia to the status of Soviet satellites.The challenge we face cannot be met by words alone however reason-
world was divided Into two camps: The Communists, led SATURDAY able, however logical; our words must be supported by power and
by the Soviet Union, and the Free World, led by the United States. 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities the will to Invoke that power to the necessary degree.
Greece was In danger of being lost to the Communists, led by the building 722 One of the subtle aspects of Soviet strategy Is focused at the so-
Turkey and the Middle East more exposed to Increased Soviet pres- called strategic choke points of commerce. Our adversaries could
sure. The Truman Doctrine and the Marshall Plan brought U. S. become the custodian of the seas if they could box In these strategic
aid to these countries and to western Europe. Still, the Free World! waters. It Is up to us to see that they do not.
needed more unity In combating the growing Red meanace.In Traffic Congress Itself warns the American people of the Soviet merltlme
western Europe, Great Britain and France pledged mutual threat. For the Soviets pose a tremendous challenge to us. No nation
assistance. They were soon joined by Belgium, the Netherlands and has built up Its Navy faster since World War IL
Luxembourg with the signing of the Brussels Treaty March 17, 1948, ViolationsThe The ship building trend must be reversed based not only upon our
forming the Western European Union. The treaty Included military total Seapower, but also our national economic strength.
assistance and set up a joint military headquarters. President Tru- following is a report of They are building many more ships than our nation.
man pledged the United States' help, if needed.To motor vehicle accidents and traf- Their oceanographic ships are the most advanced on earth.
form NATO, treaty negotiations were begun among the five fic violations for the period Their fishing fleets are so modern, so advanced, that one wonders
Brussels Treaty nations, the United States and Canada. The powers March 14 through March 20. why the fish need so much complex electronic Perhaps they
agreed that the treaty would be within the framework of the United didn't set It up,for the halibut. gear.

Nations, promote peace while positively resisting aggression, be Number of AccidentsThis Off our shores, these Red ships move In tireless patrols, on international -
based on mutual aid and self-help (Including non-military features). waters.

and be implemented by a formal organization.NATO Week March 14 through For America ends, as, In our official opinion, do all other lands,

has had Its problems, such as the reduction of French forces March 20 . . 2 despite different laws, only three miles from the shore, but America's
and the withdrawal of the French Mediterranean Fleet in 1959, and Total Accidents . 47 responsibilities, and her dangers know no border.
Greece and Turkey's dispute on the island of Cyprus, climaxing last Number of Accidents through Though our naval leaders provide naval advice at the highest levels,
March 1964 . 65 the
year. decision to fight, or not to fight, Is the ultimate responsibility
But even with its problems, NATO continues to be one of the Free Total number of days since last of the elected government of the United States, the Executive Branch,
World's] strongest deterrents to Communist aggression. Without Injury In motor vehicle accident and the Legislative Branch, the Congress. The Navy translates the
NATO, who knows how many more nations would be under Communist . . . .73 decision Into action It enforces the decision it does not make the decision -
rule ? AFPS .
today ( ) Number of ViolationsThis
To keep the world open to America is the job of the Navy, on this
Week . . 64 we all depend for our
personal prosperity, and our national security.
Speeding . . .10 In surface ships they have "taUt all the free world navies com-
JA.X AIR: NEWS Reckless Driving . 6 Dined. Their modern cruisers and destroyers launch seabased missiles -
Going through Stop Sign . 3 just as their submarines do. Yet have carriers. This
Other Violations . . 45 deficiency hampers their they no anti-
ASW action appreciably. Their own
Twenty-six drivers appeared submarine warfare operation is carrierbasedplanes.
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper before the Traffic Hearing Boardat hampered without

distributed each Thursday at (the U. S. Naval Air Station, the meeting held on March 22. Their airpower at
sea
Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt. Publishing Company, a Disposition of the cases includedthe One of the depend entirely on land bases. -
great dangers missilennng
face
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR following: six lost driving submarine. we comes from the modern
The
NEWS must be forwarded to the Serviceln'ormationO'fice, and parking privileges aboard oceans, is Soviet's, the threat to our continent from the
mounting
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00.noon. on Monday before station for various periods; six capability to strike us.rapidly alrady They have a most dangerouS
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- were assigned to complete asix- These Soviet
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. hour course In remedial drivingat from off our shores.submarines can launch missiles, nuclear missiles
of
That is is one
Advertisements are solicited by thepublisherandqueriesconcerning Jax Police Academy; eleven Ae Navy's why anti-submarine warfare
such should be directed to the Holt Publishing received suspended penalties; loft the top-priority missions. The capability of enemy subs to

... Company, 4724 Clyde Drive. Jacksonville 8, Florida five were given warnings; and y. Chicago onto Kansas our cities and:! continental bases is increasing
JStai City, and Denver are all coming into their
Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271.) four were referred to commanding Soon
no part of America
officers for possible disciplinary The Soviets will be beyond range
VOL. 23 NO. 2 MARCH 25, 1965 action. Marine am their are outdistancing" us In the growth of their Merchant
plans call for even In the 1970's.y .
Twelve drivers were assesseda T are due to greater growth
double the tonnage of their merchant fleet while
total of 35 Traffic Points. our own merchant own
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'"' NARTU Jax Recruiting Office In
To 11 j. l'' ,,+ Tar Rates OpenThe Building 901, Ext. 361.
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Be Rated t": 't' ,* '
:'L. __ .._ .. ':' :- : _' ,," - Naval Air Reserve Train-
Each Month : ; Ing Command has opened several BILL'SDRIVEIN
rates for recruiting Into the TAR
The Bureau of Naval Personnelhas "!
announced that the offi- : : Program.
petty NARESTRACOM rates now
cer advancement system is being : considered open are BM1 BM2, NOW OPEN 24 HRS
revised to allow more to advance "J'' BM3, ETN3, YN3,PN3,SK3,J02,
from the February and August J03 EOH3, CM1, CMA2, CM A3,
exams. The bureau has BUL3, UT1 UTW2,UTW3,UT A3, BAR BQat
authorized advancements to be .,. : '\ UTP3 ADR3, ADJ3, ATR3. AX2, Its best
made on a monthly basis. Pea ,: ,,' \ AX3, A03, AC AC3,ABF3,AE1, Also FULL MENU
ple in pay grades E-4 through ": 'Jf'::.((<" ti, AE2, AE3, AMS1, AMS2, AMS3,
E-7 will be advanced over a six- ', 1A AMH2, AMH3, AME3, PR2, PR3, NOW UNDER NEWMANAGEMENT
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month period for each series '. 4
'Jt TD3, 11M3, SD1, SD2, SN/SA,
commencing with the February j ;. ...-..>..- "- tj .- AN/AA. HN/HA,TN/TA and CN/ .
1965 exams. Those going for VERN & DEBBIE WEEKS ,.-
up MRS. WHAM S. BAKER honorary chairman of the Navy Relief CP.Information owner & operator
E-8 and 9 will not be affectedby
Lay H. Program, displays sorn.of the dothing s.wn or knitted by on the TAR 6035 ROOSEVELT BLVD.
this procedure.The the volunteer wo..n. M.*4ing the 2nd and 4th Friday of each Program is available from the
previous examining sys- month, the ladies sew and knit artides of dothing to b. used by
tem providing for only two increments newborn children. The
completed layette includes 2 short saques,
per advancement cycle 2 gowns,2kimonos,sweater., Icrubblanket, 4 receiving blankets,
proved to be unsatisfactory.Many 3 dozen diapers, 4 und.rshirts, 2 plastic pants, 3 crib pads, and a
commands had difficulty package of diaper pins. These complete layettes, or any part ofa
maintaining the maximum set, can be obtained by any sailor or marine with a need forthem
strength required due to the at the Navy Relief! Office.
fluctuations in the number and
ratings of petty officers board.
Personnel to ba advanced will I C..I.T. knows
be included in the appropriate
increment on the basis of their A-I
final multiple stand ing, thus those
with the highest multiple stand- USED CARS that
ings will be advanced first and you
then in descending order on sub-
sequent increments.The .
U, S. Naval Examining y
Center will issue one Rating Advancement don'tenjoyborrowing
Letter, about April THESE CARSDUVAL I /
1/October 1, containing advance-
ment authority for all increments -
; a listing personnel
who passed the examination but
were not selected for advance- MOTORSSAN
ment; and a listing of personnel
who failed obtain 1
to a passing
score on the test.Advancements. JUAN LOT RIGHT OFF ROOSEVELT I
will be effectiveas money.
follows:
164 FORD.$3695 FUTURA.. . ... $1395
Exams1st
February Thunderbird hardtop, full 2 dr., 6 auto/trans.,R&H,

Increment May 16 power, factory air, light blue extra sharp.
2nd Increment June 16 with blue vinyl interior.

3rd Increment -July 16 63 FORD. . ... .$1995 (That's
4th Increment August 16 164 FORD.$2695 why we give
4 dr., sedan, V-8, auto/trans
5th Increment September 16
4 dr., hardtop, V-8, auto/
6th Increment October 16 R&H I, power steer., aircond.,
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August Exams air, 2 to choose from. you

November 16 64 IMPALA.$2650 63 FAIRLANE.$1495SportcoupeV8auto.trans.

December 16 4 dr., sedan 6 cyl., auto// Don't ever think we're rushing you through when you

January 16February 16 R&H, power steer., factory trans.. R&H. stop in at C.t.T, for a loan to pay bills..to travel...

March 16 air, dark blue with lit. blue or meet personal problems. The reason you'll find us

April 16 interior. 63 IMPALA.$1695 handling your application so fast is this: We've learned

The trouble with people these 63 BELAIR ....... .$1395 4 dr., auto/trans., V-8, hardtop that people don't come to us when they need sympathy.
is that want to reach R&H, steer., fac-
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Sunshine Mag. [63 FORD WAGON. .....$1795 61 BELAIR.$1295 loan. (There are over 400 C.I.T. offices from coast to

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--
The National Cystic Fibrosis ing to the Salk and Sabin polio
: --7q NHAFSJCContinued Research Foundation advancescare vaccines and severall Nobel

f ( From Page: 1) and research on C/F, a prizes, currently fight birth
health devoted exclusively threatening disease, through defects through an international
__ to arthritis agency, gives help and hopeto a network of regional care, research research program, a nationwide
this crippling disease's 12 million and teaching centers and network of clinical study and
r1jacp Tr TrI victims. Professional edu.. disgnostlc and treatment clinics. treatment centers, as well as a
.( ; cation for physicians is stressed, Each year about 4,000 babies are patient aid program available to
along with public Information to born with C/F, an inherited disorder every U.S. country
1 help patients and prevent the of body chemistry, causing The National Multiple Sclero-
,. growth of quackery. Meanwhile, abnormal secretions of sweat, sis Society supports national and
co-ordinated research seeks a saliva and mucus. international research seeking
\ cure. The National Foundation cause, cure and!prevention of Ms.
t to In the Federal Services Joint March of Dimes, which has sup- MS Is a disabling disease of the

,.' Crusade, your contributions to ported scientific research lead- central nervous system.

CARE provides food, school kits ......
for children and tools withwhlch
-- o t k '2Vd to build a better future. The
aa a: Fr
Korean Foundation aids Koreans
1 who would roam unwanted and
a tl ,5> uncared for If not for your donations. -
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COMMISSIONED Ensign Harold Abbottre congratulation from Cdr. J. P. Cullen, CO, VAP-62 following ceremonies "Iron Curtain" might never hear
honoring theformerPHI.AHeraihortofficer indoctrination
the words of truth If not for the
course Ens. Abbott will report to the Photo Lab at NAS Johns-
yule, ra. Radio Free Europe, and RFE
tional Development Force, and could not broadcast If you did a
GEMINIContinued Mine Force, plus the U.S. Coast not help.
Guard. They were selected because When the U.S.S. Hope sails Into 1 }
( From 1))
Page of their particular capa- a port it does so because you
nauts, being stationed 150 miles bilities for location and retrievalof helped make the trip possible.The .
north of the Dominican Republic. the spacecraft,cruising speed, skilled staff on this ship aid ss s sI
The destroyers Douglas H. Fox and because their afloat medical people through out the world
and Mulllnnlx homeported in' facilities for the astronauts meet that suffer from various diseases
Norfolk, Va., and the Coast Guard NASA requiremejnts. and Illnesses.
cutters Diligence and Vigilant

.- comprised the remainder of the
primary recovery group, being
stationed to give support in case
of an overshoot or undershoot
situation.
Drawn from anumber of opera-
tion commands.Task Force 140 : t! : -
was comprised of ships of the 1 -

Second Fleet, Antisubmarine -- -
Force, Service, Force, Opera- w a. ; a ks
Kw pta/
CHANGE OF COMMAND

(Continued From Page I)

Navy's Aviation Cadet Program F
in May of 1943. In July
1943, be was ordered to active '. .'
duty at Tufts University, Med-
ford, Mass. Upon completion rAF
.of his cadet training, be was
commissioned an Ensign and designated -
a Naval Aviatior in May .
*""
1946 at NAS, Pensacola Florida.
Since being commissioned he
has served with several Anti- -
:
submarine Squadrons, Instructed : : _
at the Advanced Training Command -
and attended several Naval t.
schools lIs also a graduate of
the University of Mississippi! /WV/
where he completed the require-
ments for a Liberal Arts degree.
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stacked soon filled and other
Citizen Band Radios Credited places had to be found to store

the gifts.
Cdr. E.F.Hllderbrant a member -
}:S.. With Helping Homeless SailorA
of the Citizen's Band organi-
zation, heard of the donations

; J group of citizens owning Citizen Band radios have been credited and quickly volunteered his help
Austin who had
to ,
formerly
) with lending a generous helping hand to a sailor stationed aboard
worked In
Aircraft Main
the aircraft! carrier Forestal when his house burned to the.ground NASJax -
tenance Dept. Cdr. Hllderbrant
here Friday, March 12.
Roger Austin AK2was aboard ing, bedding, toys, and linen had discovered that the donations
the Forrestal about four hours out begun flowing into Mrs. Thors- were flowing continuously. A refrigerator -
by's home. An enclosed 3 beds a new set of
carport
of Norfolk, Va., returning froma )
Med cruise when he received where the donations were being (Continued on Page 6))
_.. ,,.
- -
word that his wife and five child
ren had been left homeless by

fire. The Forrestal Supply Dept. It
passed the hat and shortly after
:
: arrival in port, Austin was en-
route to Jacksonville some $200
richer.

1II Meanwhile, in Jacksonville, !
;,.,.,.;.v..:. .. Mrs. June Thorsby, wife of are- : ',., \ '
tired AKC, began passing the J !I ;1 J
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1' $\' //4
word that die family had escapedthe ?'t n I> : \ ''A,
ti8&6mjtx* fire with no Injuries but had _.ti\ .'): ,1:.t tJ': ( ; '
i: a all their worldly possessions on .
their backs Soon the Citizen's 't" ,:,y ... ,(I," l.\Jo.-.4
Band was humming with the A ', ::1t

addresses of people willing to $50 CONTRIBUTION Rog r Auttirv who 'boil >his.. horn to fir.
lend a helping hand to his family. two w..ks ago, accepts chodi from M. J. Hollowood, AKC on b..
3 srR Until Austin arrived in Jack- half of Supply Divisions 3 and 4. Cdr. E. F. Hildorfcront lookson.
omrllb Saturday evening, cloth- .


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VAP-62 Detachment 31 with Operating from Howard Air
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Jackson as officer-in-charge, pilots LCdr. Jackson, LCdr. WMMWM COVE SMIM*
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Marine SSgt.! Constructs HOMELESSSAilOR


New Timing Device (Continued From Page 5))

silverware and children's

Jacksoovflk Florida .'A glancing at the clock they were clothes and toys bought new and
;
AviarionDctacbmcntStaff breeding a batch of clock-watch donated by several people were
Marine has designed and constructed tag students.By found by Cdr. Hilderbrant when}
Sergeant an automatic timing device using Latorfs invention a he arrived on the scene Sunday
schedule fed into .
for scheduling classroom instruction prearranged morn
attheNavalAIr Technical the computor-warning system Word of the mishap got into
Training Center here. and each instructor is advised the NAS Supply Dept and M.j.Hollowood. .
Working m a theory of computers by a series of lights and buzzersof AKC, passed the hat
and utilizing a discarded exactly the amount of time left through the S-3 and S 4 divisions,
computer and a wall clock SSgt. for the period of instruction which netted another$50 for Austin -
Rover L. Laton,drew on his technical In the modern navy-run school and his family.
.... knowledge of electronics: for Aviation Electricians, two Aside from the contributions of
and his background as In time schedules are utilized: Regular collections taken aboard the For-
instructor design amghlyefficient and accelerated; to makeup restal and NAS Jar nearly all
alarms for the classroom instructions assistance has come from the
method of sounding
SSGT. R. L LATON works on *. wtoroofic timing dcvica wbicfck
National
of
d.sfen. Holidays.orthelurricaoeseasooin Band. There are nearly 2000
changes.
Batten
) Prior to SSgt. baton's innovation this northern Florida station. members of this organization in
of the warning systan.instructors The accelerated schedule is fed Duval County and through their
bad to rely m individual into the computer and instructors efforts a disaster has been
clocks or watches. Not merely flip a switch to relieved of much of the pain.

only were the instructors bam- change systemS. In fact, the donations have
'H pered by being-Off Time" with Working on a dare from group been so many, that Austin isn't
other instructors times. but by of Chief Petty Officers: Lam exactly sure just what he has
first took f five days leave towork received. "There have been so
on the system in his garage at many people helping us that the
WESCONNETT borne, until be overcame most of contributions are now stowed in
AUSTIN NEALEY FURNITURE CO. the major obstacles. three or four different places. I
Later between classroom Instructions have been so busy with insurancemen
53Z6 VescnyKtt Bird at 103rd be spent some 700 and real estate agents thatI
PARTS SALES SERVICE hours perfecting the invention. just haven't had the time to take
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BANK FINANCINGJacksonville's TV SETSFURNITURE CHURCH of CHRIST express the gratitude that my
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Amidst all the hustle and bustle -
JUST OFF TDIUQUANA RD.
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JAX AIR NEWS-. PAGE 7


A little girl
package was walking down the

street locking confusedly about Series of and
DownsNew
Ups
her. "Can I help you my child?" -

asked a kindly old gentleman, York (AFPS-b this day of rockets to Mars it Is difficult
"Please sir/* she asked to realize that 54
politely years ago no pilot had ever (flown a plane across
indicating a cross the United States
street Ads should be moiled to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde
"could! you tell me if this the Calbraith Perry Rodgers. who in his had flanked Natal
U.S.
youth a Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
"
third turn to the right? Academy appointment
feat because of deafness first accomplished this Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -
Orville E. Reed imp Si5* mL The flight (or more correctly flights) took 49 too late for this deadline will be published the 'following
days. The 32-year-oH aviator survived 16 crashes along the way. week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.
A crew following him i ln w.cIal. train repaired or rebuilt the planeROOSEVELT
- - - A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be
i l qp after each crash on his flight received WITH the copy for the ad.

from Sheepshead Bay N. Y., to DO NOT SEND CASH

MALL Pasadena Calm RATE Minimum charge ((3 lines. ). .. . . .$1.00Per
Pilot Rodgers used a Wright biplane. additional line ((4 words per line). . 0.35
A piece of string bang
ing from a crosswire in front of o n- -

CARWASH horn to indicate the degree of

climb, descent: or yaw to rightor FOR SALE 3 Br home closeto FOR SALE 1960 IMP ALA. 2

OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY left, was his only instrument. NAS $50. down $50 month tone, V-8. R&H. WST A/T, 2
8:30 AM-6PM lie estimated 51.59
averaged
Call Art Powell USN RET 264- door.. Original owner. 40,000
SUNDAY 8:30 AM 1:30 PM nxp.h. on his roundabout 4.321- 6144 with Powell Realty. BKR. miles $900.00 Call 771-
mile trip. Hs longest single bop 4952 after P.M.
LOCATED IN TIlE ROOSEVELT MALL SHOPPING CENTERON was 137 miles from StovaQ
UNFURN. APT FOR RENT -
ROOSEVELT BLVD. Ariz. mIui Junction.Calif.
Blvd. Deluxe 3 OVER 300 USED TIRES Price
In an, his trip took 82 boors, Blanding apt.
BR Kit. Equip. 3 mi. NAS $2.00 & up. Goodyear Service
EVERY WED. IS
DOLLAR DAY 4 minutes of actual flight time. $115 mo. Owner 771-8697. store San Juan&Jersey.
During an interview after his

AUTO WAX APPLIED cross-country jaunt Rodgers told
SIMMONS OVERSTUFFED
FREE a "Thirty daysis FOR SALE Inc. Prop. duplex
newspaperman
WITH CAR WASH! too short now for a flight 3-pIex. 4-plex. 3 mi. NAS $115 CHAIR $15.00, Simmons Reclining -
chair, $15.00, end tables
from coast to But I ma Owner 1-8697..
.. coast expect
.
: coffee table. 781-2453 after 530.
to see the time when weshall
be carrying passengers in flying USED TV CLEARANCE 10 to
RENTALS PARTIES.DANCES-
machines from New York to the choose from. $25.00 and up.
BEST PRICES M JACKSONVILLE Pacific Coast in three days. Thatis Phone 387-212L_ Twin Hills Civic Bldg. rea-
sonable rates, 771-4217.
AND THE lEACHESmRJIJ an average of more than: 100
miles an hour. HOMES FOR SALE OR RENT -
2-3-4 bedrooms. 1 1/2 baths. CHILD CARE in myhome. Fullor
't The six-feet-four 192 pound We specialize in fHA, VA re- part time. Near Cedar lills.
Rodgers who smoked a cigar 711-7283-
sales. $100. down
Only no
while frying, did not live long to
costs. For personalized
closing
enjoy his triumph. A few months
service Call Lostumbo
CoL
,
FRITZ later April 3, 1912 he FURN APT 33 Judson Circle
PARMAN was killed in a crash while 771-0374. day or night, GRANGE Orange Park near NAS, Water-
1 I THAL and COMPANY
WATSON
crowd front Prv. Call 2649632.
Rei. stunting for a Sunday at
REALTORS FL 9-2308. I
CPO Long Beach Calif.
owner
aenem.atCwtVeok FOR RENT ORANGE PARK 10 GUARANTEED USED T.V.'s

3 Bdr rum house 1V, linem, $50.00 and up Call Cliff 389-
utinsels, A/C utilities con 3671.
TIRE m nected. Will rent to bachelors.
Harold Paraan tiaypoct Phone 264-6884.
Fritz Pannaa, Jr. Roosevelt
Loo Webber Normandy MURRAY 'IIILL APTS; Furn.
SEE PAGE 12 AND NEAR NAS garage apt.
3 Rms
$65.00. 2 Rms, $60.00
SPEED YOU'LL KNOW WHY! furnished completely. Air ccn1. Near NAS, Bus line, 3841110.
EQUIPMENT
maid service. $60.00 384-6288.

RIVERSIDECHEVROLET
COMPLET! UNI QF MAG WHEELS URGENTLY NEED: reliablewomen FURN APT. ORTEGA SECTION-

RACING SLICKS.CHROME PIPES for new baby sitting agency. for one adult $95.00; downtown
Call 7713995.SINGER .
Riverside section $50.00 for a
TACHOMETERS & FLOOR SHIfTSNO
CEDAR HILLSA couple. Call owner after 1800.

388-9886. No finer apts. in city
DOWN PAYMENT DIAL O for this price!II!


WE FINANCE ANYONE IN THE USN NEW IDEA fOR A NEW ERA MATIC
Sewing Machine Console Model. NO QUALIFYING $100. down

WITH PURCHASE OF 4 TIRES A-l shape. Sold new for over assume paymnts. 3 BR, 2 BA,
FREEWHEEL FREE FREE $300. Pay off balance of$82.40or occupancy April 1st. Call 387-
SAFEDRIVERS assume monthly payments of 3645.
WHEELALIGNMENT BRAKEADJUSTMENT $7.80. Will take older machineas

..................... part payment. Call Credit
BALANCE Manager 353-1946 night or day. BRICK HOME FOR SALE3 BR,

A-l Sewing Machine Co. 2 BA, den, screened porch,patio,

BUCK RECAPS ",':.. .4 Ig LR, & DR, chain link fence

.. FOR RENT Distinctive home Gar, kit with a built-in dish-
.. ___
S. S S 95 nice neighborhood, trees, bUS, wasner! gaiMgw! I.rlie-_. tom__}_pat_.

If 95 1 0 I SAVE; I 2792.schools, shopping Call 771- & air., 7377 low Wonder dwn pay Lane Availablenow Ortega


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A.U PACES EXCHANGE PAuc :Jr. r n',.,W./-11'IQ..s.: .RANGE very
OrH R S ZES U0/v tO MONEY clean oven timer $50. $5.00 I

down. $1.25 weekly. Call 389- NICE 3 BR. 2 BA, near schools,

ENGINE OVERHAUL insurance 3671 Mr. Eaves. equity carpets, drapes, free to
on car -
REBUILD BALL JOINT (Ports & Labor) 15.95 Vet eligible for VA loan, if not
with an all new plan that sold will consider
SHOCKS FRONT OR REAR (Ports & Labor) 12.95 sets your rides by your Floors FOR SALE&th-&3 Bedrm 1/2. LargeUtility Hardwood LCDR Bell 725-3474 renting.VP-18

BRAKE SHOES ANY U. S. CAR (Parts & Labor) 10.95 driving n MJ. See me & Florida Rms. $3000.00 equity NAS 8638.

BALL JOINTS REPLACED (Parts& Labor) 29.95 soon: for only $500.00. Call 388-

SCIENTIFIC ENGINE TUNE UP (Labor) 4.95 FLOYD S. 7676 or 771-7265 after 6. HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER -

SBORNE-USN must sell, moving April, nothing
FOR SALE -House full of
6413 Roosevelt Blvd. Maple down no qual, NAS, or Cecil
BIG CHIEF TIRE CO. PHONE: 389-2181 furniture 384-3267.appliances. & Misc. Field, 3 BR, 2 BA, fenced yard,

.... Telephone
.. good carpets, screened porch
5444 NORA1ANOYEV 620T ROOScv JV 2SC9 Wfc'. W.ATIONW..EGfNfUlINSUIAHCI 220 wired for A/C,&dryer built-

9,0388V I 4-4631 HAVE YOU SEEN ANYTHING in electric kit, work bench inutility

iV i- ,- COMPANY- MORE ADORABLE THAN A room, $93.50 pay men.
< ".;i/.....Office:c.Ollie MALTESE PUPPY? Give her closing costs paid 7464Centauri

t one for Easter. Call 771-5429. Rd. 7713441.I .



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LAX AIR! .NEWS _


CAN YOUTAKE t Ceramics VP Wives Get Magnolias, Music, Thursday USO ,Notes March 25

YOUR CAR Demo. Riverboat Scene
AdviceThe Homemade Goodies
WITH YOU I Different phases of ceramics Beauty Night

For Financing And Insurance preparations will be; .the topic For 0' Club Ball Friday, March 26
Officers' Wives of Patrol
I Stateside And Overseas. Call under discussion this Sunday,
Squadrons Five and Seven met. Magnolias, music, and the March Birthday Party
DYER M. BURR March 28, when Mrs. Viola Car-
I Wednesday March 17atthe"O"Club atmosphere of a Mississippi
March 27
representingGOVERNMENT ter of Viola's Ceramics in Jacksonville Saturday
to hear an entertaining and riverboat will set the scene for
: EMPLOYEES, speaks at the WAS Ceramics -
I educational lecture given by Dolly the 14th annual Magnolia Ball Music on the lbuse
FINANCE CORPORATIONAND Shop. All interested military -
Reiner, a consultant with the which will be held on Satur- Sunday March 28
personnel and their dependents -
I INTERNATIONAL SERVICE I Military Sales Division of Rev- day, May 1 at the NAS Jack-
invited attend! this
are to
INSURANCE COMPANY Ion International sonville Officers Club.A St. Johns Presbyterian.Church
tlmuquana Rd. 111-0:5211: free demonstration at 2 in BUg. 898, Being St. Patrick's Day the memorial evening of diningand Movie "Ain't Misbehaven"Manday
beginning p.m. club bedecked with four leaf
was dancing is planned. Music March 29
olovers and other appropriate will be provided by the ever popular -
symbols. Tying the day the ComFairJax Dance Bandwiththe Music on the House

MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE four leaf clover and Revlon together internationally famous Ink Tuesday, March 30
Mrs. Reiner stated that Spots sharing the spotlight for
the fourth leaf symbolizes hope continuous dancing throughout the Game'Night

INSURANCEMcUOUGALL'S and that is what Revlon offersto evening. Wednesday, March 31
women. Donation tickets will be $12.00
Mrs. Reiner has been with per couple with all proceeds go- Disc Jockey ShowBluejackets
Revlon for four years her main ing to worthy charities. Com-
i NCYNCE Inn
G job being to provide training sessions mencing on Friday, March 26,
in cosmetics for exchange tickets may be obtained through
NEAR MAIN GATE NAS, PHONE 388-7676 personnel and various military your command ticket represen- Thursday, March 25

6463 ROOSEVELT MONTHLY PAY PLAN groups throughout the country. tatives. Since the Ball will be Carl Boyd& Rhythm Kings 8:30-
Speaking about various types of held for one evening only a limited 11:30 p.m.Friday .
beauty aids offered from lip- number of tickets will be avail-
stick to hairspray Mrs. Reiner March 26
able.Mrs.
used four of the women as models A. N. Fowler and Mrs.T. March Wilson 9-1 a.m.
NOTICE to demonstrate techniques and E. Curry, are ticket chairmen
reasons for applying all types of for this Jacksonville .Officers Saturday, March 27

RENAULT PUEGEOT OWNERS make-up- Throughout the lecture Wives Club sponsored charity Danny Meyer Orchestra with La-
she also answered questions put event. Verne Pearson 9-1 a.m.
PARTS & SERVICE forth by the women
Mrs. Reiner will be returningto NOTICEThe Sunday, March 28
FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS
the Jacksonville area duringthe
Phil Cays Chantels 8:30-
EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE DEALER week of April 19-23 and any "Black Light" Show featuring 11:30 p.m.Monday.
group that would be interestedin Miss LaVerne Pearson and
RAY CARTER MOTOR CO. making an appointment fora the Danny Meyer Orchestra will March 29

4373 PHILLIPS HIGHWAY 359-2368 training session can make arrangements make its appearance at the Blue Pizza 2 for 1 Night
through Miss Wag- Jackets Inn Saturday, March 27,
ner at the Navy Exchange Office, and Thursday, April 1. Time for Tuesday, March 30
Ext. 578. the show is 9-X a.m. Don't miss Happy Hour 5-7 p.m.

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NWC #86Guest Thursday"0", March Club 25 MoviesMovies Not New Shop Needs Items I

of Honor for the March Hour will be shown regularly Merchandise from clothes to 2 p.m.
17th Navy Wives Club luncheon Happy Dinner 6-9 p.m.Friday 3:30-6. pan. at 7 p.m. Monday through Satur- lawnmowers and uniforms to Most of the merchandise Is received -
,as Mrs. Reginald Berry, wifeof day.NATTC children's furniture can be on consignment for resaleor
Captain Berry who Is head March 26 will have two feature found at the Not New Shop at from donations. Items received -
(psychiatrist at the Naval HospitaL Happy Hour 3:30-6 times 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Sat- Bldg. 953. Although most of the on consignment net only a
Mrs. Berry has been an Dinner 6-9:30 p.m urdays and Sundays. The hospitalwill Items to be found in the shop are small percentage of the resale
(honorary member of the club for Music by Charlie: p.m. have one feature onSunday'sat for children, many other types of price but donated Items permitthe
8-12 7
Jay a.m. p.rn.Kiddy.
merchandise Is also available. shop to receive the full pro-
[eight years.
I Hostess for the afftfr was Mrs. Saturday, March 27 Theatre Matinee Mainside The Not New Shop Is run by fit.Four
[Harold C. Lutz with Mrs. Dinner 6-9:30 Saturdays,2p.m. Theseare Navy Wives Club #86 with the women from NWC /##86
I Theodore Glassmire serving as Music by Sophisti p.m.-Kats 8:30- subject to change. proceeds going to worthy causes run the shop on a voluntary basis.
co-hostess. Also assisting with 12:30 a.m Thursday, March 25 that Include the Duval County They are: Mrs. Robert Elllng.
the luncheon were Mrs. ThomasJ. Mainside Welfare Center, the Pine Castle chairman; Mrs. William Wilcox,
Bennett, Mrs. William Caf- Sunday, March 28 Steve Sandokan The Great- School and the Navy Wives co-chairman; Mrs.W1UiamMill-
jfarella and Mrs. Ray Shafer. Reeves Scholarship' Fund. In operation er; and Mrs. Leslie Kaastra.
Buffet 6-9 NATTC
p.m. Prime Ribs Twilight of Ibnor -
That evening the ladies of NWC of Beef Richard since the early 1950's, the shopIs Donations of any type of mer-
Chamberlain. Nick
| #85 met again at the clubhouse Adams open every Tuesday from 8:30- chandise are welcome.
Monday, March 29
for their monthly social-educa- Hospital Sodom and Gomorrah-
tional meeting. Mrs. Wilbert Happy Hour 3:30-6 p.m. Stewart '
Wagner presided and guests were Dinner 6-9 p.mTuesday Granger Pier Angeli BIG TOP MOTORS

Introduced. "Dolls for Democracy March 30* Friday, March 26

," a puppet show was givenby Foreign Dish Night 6-9 p.m.. Malnslde The T-A-M-I Show-
Mrs. Harvey Zelner Mrs. (Italian) Musical Festival w
Gus Goldstein, and Mrs. Norman NATTC Sandokan The Great-
Danglo of the B'naiBrithofJacksonville. Wednesday, March 31 Steve Reeves CEDAR HILLS'

Following the show Fried Chicken Night 6-9 p.rr. Hospital Twilight of Honor -
Mrs. Beverly Gifford served re- Richard Chamberlain, Nick 57 CHEVROLET.$795 .
freshments.The Acey Ducey Club Adams Belair, 4 dr., hardtop, one L1. AlL
next meeting will be a owner like new, extra low
Joint-Committee meeting on Thursday, March 25 Saturday, March 27 mileage.

March 31 at the clubhouse on Enterprise Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 Mainside The Disorderly
Avenue at 7:30 p.m. p.m Orderly Jerry Lewis Susan 62 IMPALA.$1795 61 CHEVROLET ......$1195
Friday, March 26 Oliver 2 dr., Hardtop, V-8, R&H, air 2 dr., auto/trans., R&H, one
Whatever that cond., extra clean. owner like new.
happened to won- Mark Castle Combo 8:30- NATTC The T-A-M-I Show-
derful type of woman who couldn't 12:30 a.m. Musical Festival 60 RAMBLER.$995
stand a man underfoot when she Hospital Sandokan The Great 62 FORD . .. . .$1195 Super wagon, one owner,
was doing housework? Saturday March 27 Steve Reeves Galaxie, V.8, stick, R&H. R&H, 4 dr.

Indianapolis Star. Dick Strock& The Spot Lighters Kiddy MatineeThe300Spartans 60 CHEVROLET.$1095
S. 8:30-12:30: a.m.Sunday 62 VALIANT.$995 V-8, R&H., auto / trans.,
Sunday, March 28 2 dr., one owner stick, R&H. air cond.
"A reason why the Russian March
28
Mainside That Man From Rio-

Communists adopting free are market increasingly practicesIn Dick Strock & The Spot Lighters Jean-Paul coise Derlac Belmondo, Fran- FULL YEAR WARRANTY BANK FINANCING

their economy," suggest Dean 8:30-11:30: p.m. NATTC The Disorderly See Our Courteous 3719BLANDING
Russell, "Is that they'd ratherbe Monday, March 29 Orderly Jerry Lewis Susan "y BLVD.
fed than R .d." Oliver SALESMEN Across from
Freeman Happy Hour 4:306:30; p.m. Hospital The TAMShow ) Cedar Hills Shopping
* Tuesday, March 30 Musical Festival BUD TERRY 1-? ;; Center

Statistics still are showing Game Night at 7:30 with bandto Monday, March 29 AND .' PHONEM.
But the don't hear it Is .J.
reason we : follow .
Mainside Boys Night Out -Kim '
We've the TV YOUNG 771-2320
!
got going BILL SIEMER
Wednesday, March 31 Novak, James Garner
Stephen Schlitzer Lion, NATTC That Man From Rio Used Car Mgr.
Lions Internal 1. Movies sports 8 p.m.CPO Jean-Paul Belmondo Fran-

coise Derlac
Club
Ibspital The Disorderly
Thursday, March 25 Orderly Jerry Lewis. Susan
Oliver
Pizza Night Tuesday, March 30
Friday, March 26
Mainside Beach Party Frankie
Music by Phil Cay Avalon Annette Funicello
Saturday, March 27 NATTC Boys Night Out Kim ,
Novak James Garner I
Music by Bud Clark Hospital That Man From Rio -
You can insure your car witha Jean-Paul Belmondo Fran-
March 28
company that meets the Sunday, coise Derlac

D.O.D. DIRECTIVE in your Music by Mark Castle Wednesday March 31 s4
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Completing an undefeated! season with twenty straight wins, the ,
Hospital "cagers" won four straight games In the NAS Intramural .
basketball championship, to take the crown and add a thousand pointsto
NAS INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS from the Hospital their total In the race for the coveted Ironman trophy, this past
arc: Front Row (L-R) R. A. Williams; T. E. King; M. L McCann; week.
J. A. Klinkowia; R. D. Hegler; and Coach Ens. .E. D. Cook. Bock
The final of the tournament proved to be an exciting and hard
Row (L-R) R. E. Emeigh; S. J. Maurer, R. C. Marks; R. W. Klo game
Hospital downed VP-30. 65-60.
mann; and C.T. Stell.SAVE. fought game as DROPPING IN TWO MORE
Behind by four points at the end points for VP-30 Is Tucker, but
of the first quarter, the Hospital pital who dumped In twenty-five his effort was in vain as VP-30
"cagers" fought back to points, followed by team mates lost by five points, 65-60, to the
take a two point lead (36-34)( ) Marks and King with fourteen undefeated Hospital "cagers".
at the half time Intermission. and twelve points respectively.The .
$ The third quarter saw VP-30 leading scorers for VP-30 a 22.6 average.
25to3O hit a cold shooting streak and were Brown with twenty-four Other scores of games playedIn
tally only eight points, while Rada with sixteen points. the tournement are:
Hospital turned In fifteen count The top eight teams: for the Denotes High Scorer for the
On Each 400 of Bureau Rates for ers. (Third quarter score--Hospital two leagues are: Hospital 24-0; game.
51, VP-30 34)). VP-30 20-4; Security 19-3; Security Dispensary 52-44
Hospital hit for 29 field goals, FICEUR, 20-4; Supply, 15-8; Strzelecki, Sec--17 pts.
AUTOINSURANCE seven free throws, and had fifteen VAP-62, 13-8; Dispensary 11- FICEUR VAP-62 48-47
fouls. 11; and Communications, 1010. Anderson, VAP-17 pts.
VP-30 tallied 26 field goals, Fred Kloman of the Hospitalteam (Continued on Page 12))
eight free throws and had thir- posted the high Individual
teen fouls. scoring average for the season
WE BEAT
The leading scorer for the with a 23.6 average followed by
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JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 11
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Intramural "The' GolfComer" group who served as marshalsIn
the Greater Jacksonville Open.
There Is still time for the
Bowling ladies to enter the womens club
championship which underway -
The leading teams in the Dick Stubben holed out a five gets
April 6. Further informationon
M American bowling league are the Iron second shot for an eagle this championship tournament
Cloak and Daggers at 12-4, AEW- duece on the par four fourteenth
can be obtained by getting[in contact -
ROM" A" at 14-6, and the Lilly's, hole this past Saturday on theN
with the Pro shop at the
Play Boys and Doctors all tiedat AS golf"links." NAS golf course.
r 115.In Captain Cason, Commander
the Continental League the Rodgers and Commander Fow-
leaders are the Owl Hoots 173. ler were the other members of
Torch Pots 17-3, and the Pay- the foorsome.J .

TROPHY WINNERS FOR THE JAX NAVY Swimming masters #1 at 9-3. ames Pinard, of Turner Air .3
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J, O'Donncll, H. Johnson, B. Jongewaard, N. Nichols, G. Whitmore. par FALCON
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I Jill Swimmm\ l Score( 1;\ Orlando as Into Pinard's the cup three for his wood ace.shot went -T-BIRD

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III

IM BasketballContinued VP-5 Opens IntramuralGolf .:L i'SLy 1 St t .
;:': ::':-:: ::<< <
( From Page 10)) t.,.
Soccer SeasonPatrol

t; VP-30 Supply 51-45
. -Brown. VP-18 pts. Squadron Fire presently: The resales: of play in last
t Hospital. Communications 74-39 deployed In SigoneUd, Sicily, week's Intramural Golf action
t .Kloman Hasp--20 pts. opened its soccer season recently are Hdcp
, VAP-62. Dispensary 47-38 against theShangri-LaCVA-38)( ).
Anderson, VAP-23 pts. The two teams fought throughtwo Scores :hi: )\h\L the
Supply Communications 54-43 forty-five minute halves and VP-StPA". Birds 5-1
Venter, Supply-27 pts. a steady drizzle to a 2-2 tie Admit Hasp"A" 2-4 \ ,
L1 Si'ti
Security FJCEUR 44-41 The Mad Fox team lead most A/C Main F AE1U2 t
I Warner, FKEUR-15 pts. of the game, but late in the final f VP-7. VW-4 1-5 '
Hospital, VP-30 63-57 period the carrier team came FAW-U"A". FltWeaFac 6-0 '
Kloman. Hosp--24 pts. through with a goal to tie up the NARTU, Communications: 6Hosp"U' :
VP-30. VAP-62 61-60 game. Supply 2-4 _
Anderson. VAP--21 pts. The field, constructed early In VP-3)-Ir'. FICEUR 21/2-31/2 .
FICEUR, Supply 45-36 morning prior to the game had Air OP'S. Sky Wart's 4-2 :
Austin. F1CEUR-18 pts. a hard clay playing field with
Hospital. Security 55-52 two parachutes for the goals. : :
Boxers
Straelecki Sec--19 pts. Another game played by the
VP-30 FICEUR 62-51 Mad Foxes, their second attemptat Wonted

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VP-30 Security 46-44 school team from the city of
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Brown.. VP--19 Catania Sicily, and were beaten 1-1341 OR SP 16601I
pts.
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