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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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department., The uppe.irunee of advertisements in this publication dorK not constitute: \ an endorsement\ of any military department of r t the products" or services advcrti( iQ:1.--: .. .

VOL. 23 NO.3 ___ U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVillE FLORIDA APRIL t;
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Navy Dept. Offers New rE_ro" "" 0 .. t''-,:/ .



Program For CommissionThe ,



Department of the Navy announces a new college program lead- ) JWITH
Ing to an officer's( commission. This program Is designed to open

NROTC opportunities to college sophomores In good standing at any ; e
accredited college, junior college or university to enroll as a Contract M

NROTC student In one of the 52 participating colleges and universities.

A special six-week training
session will be conducted duringthe PROUD OF HER CARGO, Intrepid advertises her role in the space that.

period June 10-17 to July DOD Announces

20-31, 1965, at the University of
North Carolina, Purdue Univer- Nuclear Powered USS Intrepid Molly Brown

sity, and UCLA. Candidates ,

will enroll In a special six-week TransferThe
summer training session and undertake Ship
Share At
those Naval Science Secretary of Defense has Spotlight Mayport'h
studied Con
courses normally by
announced the transfer of theNavy's -
tract NROTC students during
nuclear powered task
their freshman and sophomore The USS Intrepid and Mayport
force from the Atlantic Fleet to
years. Successful completion of the Pacific Fleet. Naval Station gained the national
these will make the last week with
courses spotlight along
The first two of the four shipsto
candidate eligible for enrollmentat America's newest feminine star,
be transferred will be the air-
the junior college level of the Molly Brown.
craft carrier Enterprise(CVAN-
Contract NROTC Program If he Molly B., known throughcuttheworld
65)) and the guided missile frigate -
Is attending or is admitted to one for her flight throughspace
USS Bainbridge (DLGN-25)).
of the 52 of universities Gus Grissom
colleges carrying astronauts
It Is expected that their move-
offering the Contract NROTC and John Young, arrived at noon
ment to the Pacific will take placeIn }
Program. Completion of the entire October of this year. last Thursday aboard Intrepid atMayport's rt rkl ran n. .V
enables the candidate l- berth.
program C-2 Carryinga
The guided missile cruiserUSS
to obtain a commission as large banner reading "Intre-
Long Beach (CGN-9)) and the new-
an Ensign or a Second LieutenantIn pid has (kept) a date with Gus
est nuclear powered surface ship,
the U.S. Naval Reserve or the and John," the carrier and her
the guided missile frigate USS
U.S. Marine Corps Reserve. It cargo were met by a group of
Truxtun (DLGN-35)), now being
will active for who Interviewed offi-
serve on duty newsmen
fitted out, will be transferredIn
a period of not less than three cials Involved in the recovery
1966 on a date yet to be de-
years. termined.The operation. The word "kept" was '
Students in thespeclalsummer transfer Involves no Inserted In the banner followingthe
session will receive $78.00 per successful pick-up of the as-
changes In the total naval forceIn
month plus text books requiredfor either the Atlantic or Paci- tronauts. They were not aboard
the Naval Science courses. Intrepid when she entered May- )
for
fic areas. To compensate
However, they will be required at the transfer of nuclear powered port, having been flown off the REAR ADMIRAL D.M. White, Commander Carrier Division Twenty,

their own expense to arrange for ships to the Pacific, one carrier to Cape Kennedy earlier whose flagship is Intrepid, explains to newsmen how the Gemini

tuition, room, board, and transportation Pacific Fleet ship will be trans- that morning. capsule in the background was recovered under his command.feet .
to and from the special
ferred the Atlantic and three
summer session. Upon enteringthe to Molly Brown looked presen- in diameter at the widest gan "deactivating" the capsule.
scheduled for
junior year, those who have ships previously table for thegroupofmengather- point and slight over 8 feet long. There fuel and other liquids
transfer to the Pacific will be retained -
met the requirements during the ed to see her. She had held up un- As she appeared on the deck of from the flight left In the capsulewere
In the Atlantic. The
guided der the Intense heat of reentryas the ship, she weighed over drained and the capsule
(Continued on Page 4)) (Continued on Page ) had been expected. Singe 4,000 pounds. cleaned prior to the return to

marks were seen around the After the press conference, the Cape Kennedy.The .
.words "United States" and a capsule was lowered from the capsule was loaded aboardan

small American flag painted on ship to the pier and pushed to a Air Force C130 aircraft and

the capsule. distant corner of the berth park- flown back to the Capeearly Fri-

Molly Brown measured 7 1/2 ing lot where 8 hours work be- day,
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9 w V 7)J Local Man Retires From Navy !


d' JAL S b After Serving Twenty-Three Yrs.



Twenty-three years of service aboard USS Leyte.A .
ended this morning when a nativeof holder of two Distinguished

Jacksonville and 1939graduate Flying Crosses, ,three Air
of Landon High retired In Medals and four ,Pacific[ Campaign -
ceremonies held In Captain J. R. Medals, Cdr. Braddock Isa
TEN CIVILIAN employees of' NAS Jacksonville have been honoredby
office. Deacon at the Park
President Lyndon B. Johnson for their efforts in the Department Mackroth's Orange
of' Defense' Cost Reduction Program which is entering its 11th year.A Cdr. O. S. Braddock was the Presbyterian Church, where he
total of $941,416 savings has been realized through these em Radar Air Traffic Control Cen- also serves as Sunday School

ployees', inventions, ideas and suggestions.Through these and other ter Officer at NAS Jacksonville superintendent. He Is a memberof
individuals working towards cost reduction U.S. Naval Air Station prior to his retirement.He the Riverside Lodge #266,

Jacksonville, and its Overhaul and Repair Department in particularwere was commissioned In May, Scottish Rite the Morocco Tem-

also recognized by President Johnson. NAS was one of four 1943, In Corpus Christi, Texas. ple, Military Order of Sojourners -

Navy installations to win this recognition. From left to right are: Prior to reporting to NAS Jax and the Orange Park .
George Kasnias, Willie E. Dobbs, William A. Halmark, Fronk L. In 1961, he served with MilitaryAir Lion's Club. t. .0: >

Cline, Paul Torsanko, Captain John R. Mackroth, Commanding Of. Transport Service flying A member of Kappa Alpha fra- .1 \ ..
ficer of NAS Harold N. Brooks, Carl P. Reiter, Marcus J. Oliver, from McGuire AFB to Europe.He ternity, he attended the Unl- :...1 1.

Kenneth B. Oyler, and F. Ray Forrest. also worked as Air Officer ((.CJntinlu( J on I'agr 7)) Cdr 0. S. Braddock'J





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:. Chaplain's/ MessageBy
1JI1R7Y' I ,t :t t1'e"; SJ \tl'C! : ,

1" .. I R. W. Radcliffe
PERCENT wp.,

\ SUNDAY Dr, Harry Emerson Fosdick has entitled one of his famous books

: .REpuo77oA1AcPFNr6 f. Service of Holy "On Being Fit to Live With," and It Is most Important that you anjI
8:00 a.m. conduct ourselves that other
should so live and so people can live
'IN Communion with us comfortably and harmoniously.
() 9:30 a.m. Service of Divine But I want to suggest that we look at the matter from a little different .

Worship( for angle and consider the Importance of being fit not only for
9:30 a.m. Sunday School others but for ourselves and God to live with. The words of an old
722
ages 3 through 16, Bldg. In keep returning to mind in this
learned youth instance
/ t' Service of Divine( rhyme :
y970.... I i 11:00 a.m. "I I have to live with myself, And soI

Worship Fellowship( want to be fit for myself to know"
Youth
6:30 p.m. Sometimes we can fool other people. Sometimes we can pretend

WEDNESDAY to be different, maybe better or maybe worse than we really are.

1 Junior Choir Rehearsal But we cannot for always, fool ourselves. We may postpone that day
4:30
,o6S96b;! !461 !9 i9'9 i97o p.m. but at last comes that time of reckoning when we see ourselves as

730 Senior Choir Rehearsal we really are and know that we have either wasted or made good with
p.m. that life which was given tons. And we cannot fool God. For Invariably

12:00 Holy Communion, He takes Into reckoning, not what we appear to be, but what we are.
p.m. which Is entertained In cur minds, and
Every thought every word
', I//,. I. I.If .-* <. I Also on all Holy Days
which comes out of our mouths helps to make up our character No
.. Services St. Ed-
.r:.}' -e'T'" -" "'I'' Catholic at
4-# T.r:. ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval word or thought or deed Is without some Influence In making us what
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rc; ". ,. .r.. : Hospital we are. So, It Is Important that we start now In everything we think
1.p '""" ACCIDeNf1 AiE and do and say to be the kind( of men we want to be; the kind of men
.,tt" .'.1'....&?*" ..*>.,-.>-. \ SUNDAY MASS who can look at God, who sees our secret hearts.
!. ..> "'.
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;. ; r.*' 1'i. 6 6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital "Search me, 0 God, and know my heart; try me, and know my

Q 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. thoughts: And see If there be any wicked way In me, and lead me

Edward's Chapel the way everlasting."


Editorial vPresident's 11:30 B.m.DAILY St.MASS Edward's Chapel Sustained Power SeaConstant


Safety Mission MONDAY & TUESDAY

- > 4:15 p.m. King Hall- NATTC vigilance is not an easy responsibility to bear. The long

Continues 'War Waste' voyage out means a long way from home, for weeks and months and
on FRIDAY sometimes for years.

12:05: p.m. U.S. NavalHospltal Sometimes a bit tedious. But protecting America high adventure,
Another front In the "War on Waste" waste of human resources high responsibility. You never know when the job explodes out of the

productive skills and money has been opened recently by Presi- SATURDAY routine, Into the spectacular. Things come up suddenly. We are prepared -

dent Johnson. It Is known as, Mission "Safery-70; a mission direct- 9:00: a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY to meet them because we are strong. Every International crisisIn
ing federal departments and agencies to reduce their injury fre- our generation has found our Navy/Marine team ready, flexible,

quency 30 percent by 1970. precise and specific, depending on the situation.
Because the cost of accidents are high In both the loss of lives and
7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before Whatever the trouble, whatever the danger, the Navy's job is to go
"Mission asks federal both
"Safety-70" employees, military
money
and Masses Into harm's way Immediately, ready to fight on arrival, If fight they
civilian, to reduce needless tragedies and waste.
Catechism ClassesGradeSchool must, or to stand in wait, to fly the flag or to move into position, whatever
Since 1958 more than 1,200 workers in federal service have lost
Is called for. By ourselves the American people, who built the
their lives have sustained dis-
through job injuries. Nearly 300,000
SATURDAY Navy In the first place and man it now 1 They perform as the will of our
abling Injuries and more than 18,500,000 man-days of potential pro-
duction have been lost. In 1963 alone, there were 190 deaths and 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities people, nothing more and nothing less.
Strategic( Seapower the of the situation with a
building.722 meets spectrum
41,905 disabling Injuries among federal workers at a cost to the
government of $3,600,000. spectrum of response. The spectrum of response begins with showingthe

Attainment of the 30 percent accident reduction goal by 1970 would flag and ends at total thermonuclear war. It requires many and
varied combinations of
prevent about 45,000 Injuries save approximately 200 lives and Traffic weapons and men.
For Seapower is the Navy, Marines, the Coast Guard, our fishing
save almost a quarter of a billion dollars In direct and indirect costs.
Industry, our oceanographic effort and the Merchant Marine. This
President Johnson stated, "Our objective Is the fullest protection ViolationsThe
for our civilian and military personnel on and off duty and for total power includes our effort upon the oceans, foreign trade, cargo-

all who visit federal buildings installations parks, forests and other carrying ships, sea routes, shipyards, and the businesses that support
facilities. To advance these goals the federal government will cooperate following Is a report of them, the factories that depend upon them, the people who work in

with state and local governments, management, labor and motor vehicle accidents and traffic them, offices, harbors, docks, and warehouses, and even rail con
violations for the period nections. It all the national and resources
encompasses
productive
safety organizations In developing and applying safety standards responsive -
March 21 through March 27. of the United
States as well
to changing conditions and the pace of technological pro-
gress." Number of Accidents The Navy projects the might and the purposes of America beyondher

While the armed forces have consistently posted an admirable small territory, beyond the western island of which It is a part,
record In the field of safety, we can still make an Important con- This week March 21 through to the four corners of the earth where danger, mortaldangerlurks.But .

tribution towards achieving the goal of Mission "Safety-70." As March 27 . . 5 a danger that can be kept far from our shores, our people, our

part of the implementation of the mission, a review of current safety Total Accidents this year through industry, because the fleet stands between the danger to our land,
programs In each federal department and agency has been ordered, March 27 . . 52 which Is its target. This Is the mission of our modern Navy, which

By submitting safety ideas and suggestions, we can help make the Number of Accidents through functions with its mere presence, with a little force, or. with a lot
March 1964 . of force.
record even better. And on the individual level, we can work safely, 65
avoid accidents and insure that those around us do the same. We are committed to a watch upon the waters.

The goal of Mission "Safety-70" won't be easy to reach, but it is Number of ViolationsThis Our ASW patrol aircraft conduct long range surveillance, our

attainable. And as President Johnson points out, the effort's cost In Week . . 37 latest, and P3, scans the ocean like the proverbial albatross, search-

Interest, time and energy is small compared to the great benefits Speeding . . .10 Ing, seeking, always ready to strike.
that can be gained (AFPS) Reckless Driving . ,1 Soviet submarines are a most sobering challenge. We meet this
oceanwide threat
Going through Stop Sign .1 with trL-dimensional team caution at sea.

Other Violations. .. . 25 The hunter-killer forces which In concert with our killer submarinescan
seek out and destroy submarines. must be combat-
They
enemy
JA.X A.IR: :BJEWS Thirty-seven drivers appeared r"dall times. If submarine action Is taken against our country,
before the Traffic Hearing Boardat there will be no time to build such complex and specialized weapon
the meeting held on March 29. systems.The .

The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Disposition of the cases Includedthe striking power of the fleet Is spearheaded by task forces comprised

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, following: eight lost drivingand of aircraft carriers and their cruisers destroyers. A pow

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a station parking for privileges aboard erful package of problem-solvers, these swift-hard hitting forces.
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR 'were various periods; four Their mere presence Is often the best guide to the hostile inspiring[
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, assigned to complete aneighthour prudence where it might otherwise be lacking.

Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before driving Instructions course in remedial No problems In the U.S. of national sovereignty I No worries about

publication. News items are welcomed for all sourcesTelephone Academy; thirteen received atJaxPollce base concessions.! No lowering of our flag because a nation however
EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. sus- friendly, decides we must go.

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries given pended penalties four; three were In the propaganda war, Soviet flights in the vicinity of American\

concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing and five warnings were referred; dismissed; of fleet forces have been an obvious attempt to cut down the reputation

Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida manding officers for to com- American naval power They are that sensitive about It. but like
Telephone 359-4040 or 359-0271. possible most conscious told. \\'hen
disciplinary action. the propaganda, the whole story was not
pictures of a Russian "Bear" bomber pulled the stunt of over;

VOL. 23 NO. 3 APRIL 1. 1965 Eighteen drivers were assessed flying the US carriers' they had an escort. An F4 "Phant'Olhte

a total of 53 Traffic shot oors. In a live shooting( situation the Bear would have been
Points. the down many miles from the carrier; task force. This (is what
Russians did not say I IPAGE



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1 Jax Air News Contest Nears EmII



Jax Air News Is Sponsoring a nees, indicate your choices and Best Actor 5. KIM STANLEY -Seance _3. GRAYSON HALL -Nightof
"Pick the Academy Awards" mall your entries to: -0n A Wet Afternoon the kuua
contest which will net the lucky L RICHARD BURTON 4. LILA KEDROV A-Zorb,

winners a grand prize of a six- Awards Contest Becket Best Supporting Actor -the Greek
month pass to any Florida State Jax Air News _2. REX HARRISON My -5. AGNES MOOREHEAD -
Theatre in Jacksonville, plus two Box 2 Fair Lady Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte
1. JOHN GIELGUD Becket -
3. PETER O'TOOLE -
more passes good for three NAS JacksonvilleIn ----
months and one month each. Becket .
case of ties, earliest post- 4. ANTHONY QJ INN -ZorUa -2. STANLEY HOLLOWAYMy Best SongL
The contest ends tomorrow, marks will decide the winners The Greek Fair Lady.
April 2. AU entries must be post- 3. EDMOND O'BRIEN -Seven -
so mail your entries today I b. PETER SELLERS: Dr. CHIMCHIMaERE-EE- .
marked no later than midnightthat -Strangelove Days In May -
day and must be receivedby Best Motion Picture 4. LEE TRACY The Best Mary Popplns
Jax Air News by noon April Best ActressL Man 2. DEAR HEART Dear'Heart
1. BECKET Paramount
5 to be
eligible.
5. PETER USTINOV Top-
2. DR. STRANGELOVE JULIE ANDREWSMary -"kakl 3. HUSH HUSH, SWEET
The Academy will announce -Columbia -P opp ins -CHARl.O'ITE -Hush}. Hush
their selections on April 5thand 3. MARY POPPINS BuenaVista 2. ANNE BANCROFT-The Best ActressL Sweet Charlotte
Jax Air News will announce Pumpkin Eater Supporting 4. MY KIND OF TOWN -

the winners and present the _4. MY FAIR LADY Warner 3. SOPHIA LORENMarriage GLADYS COOPER -My Uobin and His 7lbods
passes on April 8th. $ Italian Style Fair Lady 5. WHERE LOVE HASrGONE

Entries are pouring in now, so 5. ZORBA, THE GREEK 4. DEBBIE REYNOLDS 2. EDlm'EVANS The Where Love Has
don't delay. Clip the list of nom -Rochley. Ltd. Unsinkable Molly BrownEIGHTYNINE -Chalk Garden Gone


NAMTD GetsAnnualADMAT

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The annual Administrative and x J
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Material Inspection of the Naval
Air Maintenance Training Detachments USED CARSTHESE

at NAS Jax, NAS
Cecil Field was conducted duringthe I
period of March 15-18. An

inspecting party headed by Cdr.J. .
M. Meyer, Executive Officerof /
CARSDUVAl
the Naval Air Maintenance

Training Group, arrived from ? ,
Memphis on Monday, March 15.
The Senior Inspector; visited P
various user activities at Jax
and Cecil and conducted inspec- MOTORSSAN
tions of NAMTD personnel and TEAMS met in Jacksonville over the past weekend to
spaces. Other members of the compete 'for both team and individual points in the Southern Area
Inspection team reviewed all aspects YMCA 1965 Sports Festival. Some 1,000 YMCA athletes from eight JUAN LOT-RIGHT ROOSEVELT!
of NAMTD activities in this southeastern states competed in seven activities that induded basketball -
area. gymnastics, handball, judo, wrestling, swimming and diving.
The Maintenance Training Various facilities at NAS Jax hasten ten t.ems'or judo competition
while 25 other teams engaged in swimming... at the Indoor
Group Is commanded by Capt.C. pool. The Intenn.diat. and senior categories in basketball competition 64 GALAXIE . ..$2595 63 FALCON .. . .$1 195
A. Williams with headquarters .
at NAS Memphis, Tennessee. met at the Central Branch YMCA and the NAS Mainside Gym. 500" 4 dr. :hardtop V-8, 2 dr., 6 cyl., auto/trans.

NAMTRAGRU carries out auto/trans., power steer. &

its training functions under the brakes, factory air, 3 to IMPALA. ... II. .$1695
direction of the Chief of Naval choose from.J64IMPALA 4 dr., hardtop, V-8, auto/
Air Technical Rear MILITARY
Training
trans., R&H, factory air.
Admiral Allen B. Smith, Jr. . .... .(2595
The NAMTRADETS at Jax and Hardtop, 2 dr., V-8, auto/ .

Cecil are under the direction of AUTO INSURANCEINSURANCE trans., R&H., power ..t..r.62 GALAXIE. ... ..... $1295
LCdr. J. R. Bond and provide factory air. 4 dr., auto/trans, R&H, power -
training on the SP2E/H Neptune,
steer., and brakes.
F-8 Crusader and A-4 Skyhawk
McDOUGAllSNEAR AGENCY [63 GALAXIE. .. ... $1595
aircraft, Aviation Support Equip-
500" 2 dr., hardtop, stand-
III Missile Test
ment, Sparrow 388-7676
MAIN GATE NAS, PHONE 61 BELAIR. ...... .
equipment, NBC War fare Defense ard shift, R&H. .$1195
and the Standard Navy Main- 6463 ROOSEVELT MONTHLY PAY PLAN 4 dr., V-8, auto/trans., R&H.
tenance Material Management 163 DODGE 330 .. .$1195 power steer., air cond.

System. 4 dr.,V.eautoftrans.paw.r
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steer. &brakes. I

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4 dr., 6 cyl., auto/trans,
RENTALS Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us
heater. PLUS MANY, MANY MOREL!
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summer course will be enrolled
r : : as Contract Students and!
+.. I' Y JL. will
tt/ pursue the normal Naval Science
courses during their junior art

: senior years. They will be paid
rt a retainer
of
A rY ,'" month. pay $40.00 per
S.
An applicant for enrollment U
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30-YEAR PINS-Sompi Sutton (LJ) and James R. Gorman received I ..... the program must meet similar!
their. 30 year pins from Capt.J. R.Madr.... CO NAS Mardi 26. requirements, both mentally arJ
Also present at the ceremony was Capt.J. A. Hi.g.l, Public Worts physically, of the regular NROTC
Officer. Sutton has 6 1/4 yars in the Army and 23 3/4 years in kr An } ,,.. Program. Basically, he must!
as a Cvil Employ at Public Works. Donnan has 11 2/3 yearsat k; a sophomore In good standL.!
m. Naval Torpedo Station Newport. R.I. and 18 2/3 years inhere f with not less than a ..C'.
aver
at NAS Jo*. iLd' S fth I IR. ] age at an accredited school, if''

not presently attending college]

Federal Service Pin from must have previously complete
received Copt.
SHAHEEN a 4Q.year at least two of
Jr. ft. Mackrom, CO NAS Friday March 26. Also pr.s.nt at the with the same years college wor
ILL Watson NAS Supply Officer. Shah..n average. He mui.
ceremonies was Capt.
spent 29 3/4 years in the Navy and 10 1/4/ years here at NAS meet rigid be physical requireV{ [
Jacksonville as a Civil Employee. At the present time he holds the ments, single and agree to
remain
single until commIssioned :
position of Stockman in Supply.
be at least 18 yea
of age, a male citizen and ha
DANCING
iheOflF ISFTELY successfully completed eithe
t 8-2 A.M. mathematics through trigo[
[ IE: metry or one semester or quar
ter of college mathematics.The .

; iLM'(litE rLI\ will consist six-week of academic summer[Instruction sesslo.,

Need ? and laboratory drill in Na
money 01tthSldt.' Beautiful val Science courses plus physical]
education. Follow the
Ing summer
Oc&ail l,
LounqcWELCOMES / session, the remainder of t
Borrowa : TO'U' Naval Science curriculum isl
undertaken at one of the 55
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DOUBLESAT NROTC universities.

SINGLE PRICES Application for the summer/

dime 11-2 P.M. 5-3 P.P. training session must be filed
and prior to May 1 at any U.S. Navy
733-9992 or 733-4431 Recruiting Station. Students whc
are currently enrolled at a re
gionally accredited junior college

call (.1.T.Yes -w make, college Immediate, or university application mus for

admission at the junior level to
the admissions office of the
NROTC college oruniversitythey:
desire to attend in the fall if
they are not already In atten-
dance at an NROTC college or
university. Acceptance at an
NROTC college or university
the junior level is an eligibility
requirement, and must be accomplished -
Jacksonville Kwt Club prior to May 30.
you may make application by phone at CJ.T.
.r"IIn'IIU": : r.'I"rI.: IEAVER -POST..TIME! ; .I;.O'CLOCK:
Or even by mail. lut. frankly, we enjoy meeting people so

much we hope you drop by our office in person.That The small boy visiting a farm

way we can talk over your loan to>> pay bills, or the money for the first time, was taken out
you need for travel. Or discuss whatever problem a RECONDITIONEDMOBILE to see the lambs. He reached out

Cl.T. loan can solve for you.Remember, yowl find a CI.T. to pat one. "Why,"exclaimed,
make them out
"they
office about be. There HOMES delightedly
just anywhere you happen to of blankets!"
are over 400 CI.T. offices from coast to coast. There's a Nat'1 Retired Teachers

welcome waiting for you at every one. Why not call now? Ass'n JnL
*
I wonder why, as wall to waU
.. LOANS TO $3000 Our young son gyrates at the

CASH YOU GET ball.
I7 He took a girl with him at all
Monthly 31 30 24 Addison H. Hallock, Look.
Payments mos. mos. mos.

$50 $1S49.56 $1322.36 $1083.54

10 2169.39 1851.30 1516.96 WESCONNETT

100 2644.11 2167.09 FURNITURE CO.

120 I 2600.50 3326 Wesconnett Blvd. at t I03ri
r, !;eat M/e.1C fttIt If'hufU,ItWIJ"te aradabk. as all loa.s'110"1'04r rata -LARGEST SELECTION OF

I RECONDITIONED MOBILE NEW & USED
UNIVERSAL C.I.T. CREDIT COMPANY HOMES IN NORTH FLORIDA
-ALL MODELS IN EXCELLENT TV SETSFURNITURE

CONDITION SAVE HUNDREDS.
3312 Beach Blvd.Jacksonville NEW 12 FT. WIDE HOMES

III 7, Fla. SPECIAL MILITARY 1 EASY CREDIT]
FINANCING
Phone: 398-1581

. .. -,. NATIONAL MOBILE ..REPROSSE FREIGHT SALVAGF SIONSBargains
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.
: : HOME SALES Galore!

2063 HIGHWAY 17, ORANGE PARK Come in and Brouse
2 MILES S. OF N.A.S. PH. 264-9359 Open 9 A.M. to 1 P.M
Phone 771-0730:
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The Mark 12 is mounted on THREE HONORS BESTOWED. Cdr. I.E. Stevenson, Navy Exchange
I ::"1 the A4D, F4H, and other com- Officer, receives two service award pins and congratulations from
,' '-<'j bat type aircraft. Using it a Capt. J.R. Mackroth, CO, NAS. Cdr. Stevenson was awarded a

RECORD BREAKERS tone Corporals Robert J. MyDoth and Donald pilot can fire 1,000 rounds per 5-year and a 10-year length of service award for his service to

R. Laliberte, from left foreground, break old "records" and es- minute of high explosive, tar- the Navy Resale Program. The captain also read a letter of

tablish a new one for the 22-week Aviation Electrician "A" School, get practice, armor piercing, or Commendation to Cdr. Stevenson, from RAdVn. J.J. Appleby,
Naval Air Technical Training Center. When the two Marines graduated armor piercing tracer ammunition Commanding Officer, U.S. Navy Ship's Store Office, commending
with 54 other Navy and Marine students March 26, LCpl. My. his work in the Resale Program.

Dosh, with an average of 96.48, had a slight edge on LCpl. Lali- "Are you engaged w ith the links < ..
berte's 9640. The previous school record was 95.60. Assigned to now?" the Instructor asks the -

Jacksonville's Marine Aviation Detachment for training atthe Navy young ordnanceman. UnhealthyUnwealthy
School, they were the first two members of the same class to surpass "Yes." WEST () JAX I

the academic record since the school was established in June "Now, what will you have to
'1942. Learning of their achievements, LtCol. John W. Sullivan, do?" Factory Authorizedvw
Marine Detachment CO, meritoriously promoted them to their "Strip off the feeder." ,

present rank. Sharing the students' jubilation are, from left rear, "Right." The neighborhood sick llstwas

CWO Charles E. Losey, AE School Marine Liaison Officer and Gy. The instructor, Senior Chief growing longer; inferior food,
Sgt. Russell "B" Griffin, Class Advisor. Aviation Ordnanceman Robert poor housing, crowded conditions

Howland, speaks very slowly. He were taking their toll In the com .'
asks the student few questions. munity.

Think You Have Troubles? But with his eyes and silencehe What community? It could have DEALER
100
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tells him when his answersare been any one of number-north.,

Incomplete. south., east, or west In which
A Pasadena California complained to the police that some-
woman
1960 VW Sedan $895
Howland is In charge of the social Investigators have been i
one was breaking into her home every night and leaving money in Aviation Ordnanceman school'sMalfunction reporting "pockets of poverty" 1961 VW Sedan $1045

her purse 1 He amid the 1 1962 VW Sedan $1245
Range. along general national well-
filed against a painter who
Brownsville Texas lawmen
,
with Don F. McDonald, Aviation being. 1963 VW Sedan $1395
heard the of grabbed a woman and palntedbothher
story nineyearoldboy Ordnanceman First Class, Staff The ill effects of low Income 1964 VW Sedan $1545 I
who beset pummeled arms green. Seems she'dbeen
was Sergeants Charles L. Nlnmann, and:! shun housing on general 1960 Karmann Ghla $1095
of little bothering him with repeated
by a group angry girls and "J" "D" Edward Stewart, ,health are no news to anyone. 1962 Delux Sta. Wagon $1395
criticisms of the he
for refusing to kiss them I way was I
her Junior, Instruct approximately 1, When It comes to an ailment 1963 Delux Sta. Wagon $1595
In New Britain. Connecticut a painting garage. a ,
that The all-time bad sportSman- 250 Aviation Ordnance students like tuberculosis, poverty can 1 1963 Std. Sta. Wagon $1495
man charged someone was .
his small ship record is probably held by each year. play a vital part. The disease ......DOMESTIC TRADE-INS...... !
car
picking up foreign
The students selected Sailors In
victim's
lodges a
germ body
frpm its parking place in frontof the girl in Schongau, Germany, 1962 CHEVY II Nova $1345
and Marines week and bides Its
spend one at time perhaps for
his house, and putting it in the who attended her former beau's auto/trans., R&H., 2 dr. hard-
where
the Malfunction
until
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Range they many years the'general
wedding and demonstrated her
middle of the road I are taught how to assemble disassemble health level of the "host" has top.

Even stranger complaints have displeasure by knocking him down repair, and(,1, make adJustments deteriorated to a point where active V963 FALCON $1345'
resounded in the ears of law enforcement during the ceremony I on the Mark 12. disease can gain a foothold.Dr. auto/trans., R&H.1963MONZA I
Light-fingered citizens come
officials throughout The Malfunction Range is located James E. Perkins, manag- $1345 4
the nation and around the world.In in for their share of crazycharges. :
In building 537. Two large ing director of the National Tuberculosis heater
Hanau, Germany, it was alleged In Tucson, Arizona, of 1963 COMET $1400
trees stand in the front yard Association, said,
broke Into chicken !
that a hotel manager was *omebody a the 15-year-old concrete block "Progress will be slow in the auto/trans., R&H,2 dr. 1
twice in one week each
coop ,
turning bedbugs loose in a competitor's battle TB in the face of
building. Long, high sausage- against
time stealing a hen and replacing -
hotel A farmer in Lodi, shaped mounds of dirt are piled' poverty and slum living condition a
it with a rooster I
Italy, complained that someone near the sides of the building. if we limit our efforts mere- WestsideVOLKSWAGEN

has slipped into his pasture and But that was nothing comparedwith Each mound contains five large ly to the medical aspects." He ..'
snipped the tails off his 39 cows.A the exploit of the unknown concrete cylinders filled with was speaking In the context of a INC. 1.

London woman said that her thief who filched a 2' x 18' stripof sand. The barrels of the five sobering TB case rate for 1963- 1150 SO.LANE AVE. !'

landlord, whowanted her to move, asphalt from a Dunstable, Mark 12's point through a squareopening showing an increase In 31 384-3441 ..

had seen her wash drying on the Massachusetts, street. or the near the floor and when of America's largest cities aftera OPEN CLOSED

line and had sprinkled herundies burglar in Santiago, Chile, who the guns are fired the bullets hit decade of general decline. EVENINGS SUNDAYS
with itching powder! entered a man's house while he the sand filled encasements.
Lawmen, of course, aren't the 4
bed
slept lifted him gently off the
only people who hear odd com- and put him on the floor without j jChrysler's
line of Doc- THIS WEEK ONLY
plaints In the duty awakening him then made !
tors do, too. Valentin Medina, a
off with the bed I

61-year-old presented himself Spanish In farmhand 1960 at a, Less oblivious to It all was 1965 Simca$ only $ OO U'w..wovM'9p'MMRwM.

Madrid hospital with the claim the Davenport, Iowa, woman who ;

that he never slept. A home- complained that a teenager .
town doctor affirmed that be had had driven a bicycle over her WYtlMy1a4'>l..ewaw .ew JJDOwH :

never known Medina to catch a back as she lay sunbathing In 1 1j

wink of sleep in 50 years I the park. .f
Even aspirin probably would INCLUDESEVERYTHING \

not have cured the "headache"of Some people won't give a mana 9 .,,.., R :
chance a complaint L
sporting :
the young couple who return- filed In Columbus Ohio stated H..... .(.a Mto .... ...... ... .
ed to their Pueblo, Colorado, B ftM... ..a....,
home after a vacation and that six men were gambling In Llh.ry.!.......... '

found that someone" had enteredthe the waiting room of the unemployment HfflEHIS 4.13 JUKI
office. I
"house in their absence and

mixed about gallons of cherry- On the other hand, you can't .
flavored gelatin in the bathtub! blame a Garfield, Illinois, wnoiizuDuinW tMULil MOTH tom.

On the other hand, a Tokyoman restaurant owner for being 5-YEAR OR 50,000.
might have done well togulpa disconcerted when a manseeking MILE WARRANTY 1

couple of aspirin tablets before a snack entered his eatery //} !
he decided that an Inefficient horseback I e '
on r-'lfjfJ1.0ulh -...,.}
him a f- owe
operator gave
telephone It had to happen and it finallydid MORE THAN 33
pain and showed his annoyance .
fire to the phone booth I : in Manila the Philippines, MILES PER GALLON '
by setting have spurred a man complained that his dog 1218 SAN MARCO 359-2024
Short tempers
other bizarre complaints. In had been severely bitten on the 2964 PHILIPS HIWAY 359-0519.

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summer course will be enrolledas
Contract Students and will
I IS c '
i : JjJ ,',' (pursue the normal Naval Science
courses during their junior and
senior years. They will be paida
& 1 retainer pay of $40.00 per
# 0'J U month.An .
applicant for enrollment In

30 YEAR PINS-Sompie Sutton (L) and James R. Dorm on, received the program must meet similar
their 30 year pins from Cap J. R.Mockroth, CO NAS, March 26. { requirements, both mentally and
Also present at the ceremony was Copt.J. A. Hiegel, Public Works physically, of the regularNROTC
Officer. Sutton has 6 1/4 years in the Army and 23 3/4 years in ".. iiu&i Program. Basically, he must bea
. as a Civil Employee at Public Works. Dorman has 11 2/3 years sophomore In good standing
at the Naval Torpedo Station, Newport R.I. and 18 2/3 years inhere with not less than a ..C'. aver-
at NAS Jax. age at an accredited school If

not presently attending college,
must have previously completedat
R. G. SHAH EEN received a 40-year Federal Service Pin 'from Capt. least two years of college work
Jr. R. Mackroth, CO NAS, Friday March 26. Also present at the with the same average. He must
ceremonies was Copt R.L Watson NAS Supply Officer. Shaheen
meet rigid physical requirements -
spent 29 3/4 years in the Navy and 10 1/4/ years here at NAS be single and agree to
time he holds the
Civil At the
Jacksonville as a Employee. present remain single until com-
of' Stockman in Supply.
position
missioned, be at least 18 yearsof
age, a male citizen, and have
DANCING successfully completed either
the NFTELY
mathematics through
trigonometry -
8 > 2A.M.
or one semester or quar-
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OFFI6I ter of college mathematics.The .
six-week summer session
LOUNGE will consist of academic instruc-
tion and laboratory drill In Naval -
Need ?
money Souths ide's Beautiful education.Science Following courses plus the summer physical

Cocktail LounReWELCOMES session the remainder of the
/ Naval Science curriculum Is
Borrow YOU undertaken at one of the 52
DOUBLESAT NROTC universities.

SINGLE PRICES Application for the summer

11-2 P.M. 5-8 P.P. training session must be filed
dime and i prior to May 1 at any U.S. Navy
a 733-9992 or 733-4431 Recruiting Station. Students who
are currently enrolled at a regionally -
accredited junior college -

college, or university must
call e.I.T. make Immediate application for

admission at the junior level to
the admissions office of the

NROTC college university they
desire to attend in the fall If

they are not already In atten-
dance at an NROTC college or
university. Acceptance at an
NROTC college or university at
the junior level is an eligibility
requirement, and must be accomplished -

Jacksonville KPArJ f C'&dREClelITIONE prior to May 30.

Yes, you may make application by phone at C.I.T. Or McDUFF North .''OJ BEAVER ** POST TIME I O'CLOCK
Or even by mail. But, frankly, we enjoy meeting people so
farm
The small visiting a
boy
much we hope you drop by our office in person.That
for the first time, was taken out
way we can talk over your loan to pay bills, or the money to see the lambs. He reached out
you need for travel. Or discuss whatever problem a to pat one. "Why"be exclaimed,

Cl.T.loan can solve for you.Remember, you'll find a C.I.T. MOBILE HOMES delightedly, "they make them out

office just about anywhere you happen to be. There of blankets Nat'l r' Retired Teachers

ore over 400 Cl.T. offices from coast to coast. There's a Ass'n JnL

welcome waiting for you at every one.:Why not call now? i *

I wonder why, as wall to wall
Our young son gyrates at the
LOANS TO $3000
... ry ball,
CASH YOU GET He took a girl with him at alL
Addison H. Hallock Look.
Monthly 31 30 2.
Payments mos. mos. mos.

$50 $1549.56 $1322.36 $1083.54
WESCONNETT
70 2169.39 1851.30 1516.96
FURNITURE CO.
100 2644.71 2167.09
9326 WesconneU Blvd. at 103rd
120 2600.50
.
LARGEST SELECTION OF
edit hie.acad.t ar d hullll rnsu anca available 0"all la.s It low poop raIn
I I RECONDITIONED MOBILE NEW & USED
HOMES IN NORTH FLORIDA
UNIVERSAl C.I.T. CREDIT COMPANY .ALL MODELS IN EXCELLENT TV SETS

CONDITION SAVE HUNDREDS. FURNITUREEASY
NEW 12 FT. WIDE HOMES
3312 Beach Blvd.Jacksonville I V V
1 CREDIT J
III 7, Fla. SPECIAL MILITARY FINANCING

Phone: 398.1581 .FREIGHT SALVAGE.
NATIONAL MOBILE .REPROSSESSIONSBargains
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. h I' ,.' HOME SALES Galore!

2063 HIGHWAY 17, ORANGE PARK Come in and Brouse
9 A.M. to 7 P.M.
Open
2 MILES S. OF N.A.S. PII. 264-9559
Phone 7710750PAG

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AO SchoolThe t

,
young Aviation Ordnanceman -

I at Jacksonville's Naval Air 1.
i i ? LTA i Technical Training Center's

Malfunction Range trys to remember
everything that he has
$ 4'ir read, heard, or dreamed about < ,:

the 20 millimeter aircraft gun /
Mark 12. However, the Mark ,
12 Is Just one piece of.weapon-
ary that he must learn throughly >
at the Aviation Ordnanceman J
oy'I' school t JI "

\! The Mark 12 Is mounted on THREE HONORS BESTOWED. Cdr. T.E. Stevenson, Navy Exchange
"" : the A4D, F4H, and other com- Officer, receives two service award pins and congratulations from
,.. ,-.1 bat type aircraft. Using It a Capt. J.R. Mackroth, CO, NAS. Cdr. Stevenson was awarded a

RECORD BREAKERS lance Corporals Robert J. MyDosh and Don- pilot can fire 1,000 rounds per 5-year and a 10-year length of service ward for his service to

ald R. loliberte, from left foreground, break old"records" and es- minute of high explosive, tar- the Navy Resale Program. The captain also read a Letter of

tablish a new one for the 22-week Aviation Electrician "A" School, get practice, armor piercing, or Commendation to Cdr. Stevenson, from RAdm. J.J. Appleby,
Naval Air Technical Training Center. When thetwoMarines gradu- armor piercing tracer ammuni- Commanding Officer, U.S. Navy Ship's Store Office, commending

ated with 54 other Navy and Marine students March 26, LCpl. My. tion."Are his work in the Resale Program.
..
Dosh, with an average of 96.48, had a slight edge on LCpl. Loli you engaged with the links
berte's 96.40. The previous school record was 95.60. Assigned to now?" the Instructor asks the t

Jacksonvilfe's Marine Aviation Detachment for training at the Navy young ordnanceman. UnhealthyUnwealthy
(@J
School, they were the first two members of the same class to sur "Yes." WEST ) JAX

pass the academic record since the school was established in June "Now, what will you have to
'1942. Learning of their achievements, LtCol.! John W. Sullivan, do?" Factory Authorizedvw
Marine Detachment CO, meritoriously promoted them to their "Strip off the feeder." ,

present rank. Sharing the students' jubilation are, from left rear, "Right." The neighborhood sick listwas

CWO Charles E. Losey, AE School Marine Liaison Officer and Gy. The Instructor, Senior Chief growing longer; inferior food,
Sgt. Russell "B" Griffin Class Advisor. Aviation Ordnanceman Robert poor housing, crowded conditions Y

Howland, speaks very slowly. He were taking their toll In the com .

asks the student few questions. munity.What. i

Think You Have Troubles? But with his eyes and silencehe community? It could have 100% MECH.DEALER WARRANTY
tells him when his answersare been any one of a number -north,

Incomplete. south, east, or west In which
A Pasadena, California, woman complained to the police that someone Howland Is In charge of the social Investigators have been 1960 VW Sedan $895 l
was breaking Into her home every night and leaving money In Aviation Ordnanceman school's reporting "pockets of poverty"amid 1961 VW Sedan $1045

ner purse I IBrownsville Malfunction Range. He, along the general national well- 1962 VW Sedan $1245 ,'
filed a painter who
against
Texas lawmen with Don F. McDonald, Aviation being. 1963 VW Sedan $1395
heard the story of a nineyearoldboy grabbed a woman and painted both Ordnanceman First Class Staff The ill effects of low Income 1964 VW Sedan $1545 <,<
who was beset and (pummeledby her arms green. Seems she'dbeen Charles L. Nlnmann and shim 1960 Karmann Ghia $1095
Sergeants housing on general )
him with
a group of angry little girls bothering repeated and "J" "D" Edward Stewart ,,health are no news to anyone. 1962 Delux Sta. Wagon $1395 ,
criticisms of the he
was
for kiss them I way
refusing to her Junior, Instruct approximately 1, When It comes to an ailment 1963 Delux Sta. Wagon $1595
In New Britain, Connecticut, a painting garage.
250 Aviation Ordnance students like
The all-time bad tuberculosis poverty can 1963 Std. Sta. Wagon $1495
sportsman-
man charged that someone was ship record is probably held by each year. play a vital part. The disease .....DOMESTIC TRADE-INS...... I
picking his small foreign car
up The students selected Sailors In victim's
lodges a body
germ
In frontof the girl In Schongau, Germany, 1962 CHEVY II Nova $1345
Its parking place
frpm
and week at and bides Its time for
Marines, spend one perhaps
his house, and putting It In the who attended her former beau's auto/trans., RAH., 2 dr. hard
the Malfunction Range where theyare many years until the'general
wedding and demonstrated her
middle of the road I taught how to assemble, disassemble health level of the "host" has top. i
Even complaints have displeasure by knocking him down 1 1963 FALCON $1345
stranger repair, and;! make adjustments deteriorated to a point where active '
resounded In the ears of law en- during the ceremony! on the Mark 12. disease can gain a foothold.Dr. auto/trans., R&H. ,

forcement officials throughout Light-fingered citizens come The Malfunction Range Is located James E. Perkins, manag- 1963MONZAheater $1345
In for their share of
the nation and around the world. crazy
In building 537. Two large ing director of the National Tuberculosis -
In Hanau, Germany, It was alleged charges In Tucson, Arizona, trees stand In the front yard of Association said, 1963 COMET $1400
,, broke Into chicken
'mebody a
that a hotel manager was the 15-year-old concrete block "Progress will be slow In the auto/trans., R&H, 2 dr. '
coop twice In one week, each
turning bedbugs loose In a competitor's battle TB In the face of i
building. Long, high sausage- against
time stealing a hen and replac-
hotel. A farmer in Lodi
shaped mounds of dirt are piled'near poverty and slum living condition '"
ing It with a rooster!
Italy complained that someone the sides of the building. If we limit our efforts mere- WestsideVOLKSWAGEN

has slipped Into his pasture and But that was nothing comparedwith Each mound contains five large ly to the medical aspects." He ., ;
snipped the tails off his 39 cows the exploit of the unknown concrete cylinders filled with was speaking In the context of a INC. I.I

A London woman said that her thief who filched a 2' x 18' stripof sand. The barrels of the five sobering TB case rate ,for 1963- 1150 SO. LANE AVE.

landlord, who wanted her to move, asphalt from a Dunstable, Mark 12's point through asquare showing an Increase In 31 3843441OPEN

had seen her wash drying on the Massachusetts, street. or the opening near the floor and when of America's largest cities aftera CLOSED
line and had sprinkled her undies! the fired the bullets hit decade of decline. ,
burglar In Santiago, Chile, who guns are general EVENINGS SUNDAYS,
with Itching powder I entered a man's house while he the sand filled encasements.
Lawmen, of course, aren't the ---- -
slept, lifted him gently off the bed
only people who hear odd com- and him on the floor without j
put
plaints In the line of duty. Doc- THIS WEEK ONLY!
awakening him then made
tors do, too. Valentin Medina, a
off with the bed I
Spanish farmhand, L

presented 61-year-old himself In 1960 at a Less oblivious to It all was Chrysler's IS65 Simca only $0000

Madrid hospital with the claim the Davenport, Iowa, woman who ;
that he never slept. A home- complained that a teenagerhad i,
town doctor affirmed that he had driven a bicycle over her DOWNEVERYTHING !

never known Medina to catch a back as she lay sunbathing In 1

wink of sleep In 50 years! the park. p
Even aspirin probably would INCLUDES I
not have cured the "headache"of Some people won't give a mana m y ;
sporting chance: a complaintfiled
the young couple who return- s p.Mw. tot Mto .... tttta H* .4 i iI. \
ed to their Pueblo, Colorado, In Columbus, Ohio, stated I..... ell flMBM s......... \\'
home after a vacation and that six men were gambling In I buregr"" eel 1aN.1. .

found that someone' had enteredthe the waiting office.room of the unemployment -- _-. :<1__j 1 PAYMENTS 48.13 Mull *KSft : ;
house In their absence and

mixed about gallons of cherry- On the other hand, you can't 0
&IIIIOIIm DEIlII tlIUIfl MOTH tIe. J
flavored gelatin In the bathtub! blame a Garfield, Illinois, -
On the other hand, a Tokyoman restaurant owner for being 5-YEAR OR 50,000

might have done well togulpa disconcerted when a manseekinga MILE WARRANTY 1

couple of aspirin tablets before snack entered his eatery >: IJI) .
he decided that an Inefficient on horseback I --'C'jtnoulh ...
owell w 4
telephone operator gave him a / ,
pain and showed his annoyanceby It had to happen and It finallydid MORE THAN 33

setting fire to the phone booth I : In Manila, the Philippines, MILES PER GALLON .
Short tempers have spurred a man complained that his dog 1218 SAN MARCO 359-2024
other bizarre complaints. In had been severely bitten on the 2964 PHILIPS HIWAY 359.0519

CievelandOhf. to",a.,com. -plaint! was nec 'r...,'r.. .X'... .' .7'Y. .f.914, .. .9J'" .'.',,.'.- 0"APRIL '



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I'TOWC To View FashionsSpring MoviesMovies Bluejackets Inn
J 0" Club
and summer fashions, May election luncheon will be Introduced Thursday, April 1
Jean Jowers of for the offices'of r pre- will be shown regularlyat
presented by
Thursday, April 1 Danny Meyer Orchestra with)
Orange Park, will be the special sident, first and second vice- 7 p.m. Monday through Satur- LaVerne Pearson 8:30-11:30
feature of the Jacksonville Of- presidents recording secretary, day.NATTC Happy Hour 3:30-6 p.m..
ficers Wives Club luncheon on corresponding secretary, and will have two feature Dinner 6-9 p.m.Friday p.m.
Wednesday, April 7. Social hour treasurer. times 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.on Saturdays Friday, April 2
will begin at the 0 Club at 11:30 Ficeur and VAP-62 will host and Sundays. The hospitalwill April 2
March Wilson 9-1 a.m.
a.m. with the luncheon commencing the luncheon with Mrs. II. F. have one feature Sunday's Happy Hour 3:30-6 p.m.
at 1:30 p.m.Candidates McCue and Mrs. J. P. Cullen at 7 7 p.m. Dinner 6-9:30 p.m. Saturday, April 3
for the up-coming co-chairman. Kiddy Matinee at Ma Inside Music by Charlie Jay 8-12 a.m.
Theatre Saturdays,2 p.m Theseare Phil Cays Chantels 9-1 a.m.

subject, to change Saturday, April 3 Sunday, April 4

Thursday, April 1 Dinner 6-9:30 p.m. March Wilson 8:30-11:30: p.m.
Music by Sam Ross 8:30-
Mainside Sylvia CarrollUaker 12:30 a.m Monday, April 5
Peter Lawford
p NATTC Good Neighbor Sam Sunday, April 4 Pizza 2 for 1 Night

Jack Lemmon, Dorothy Pro- Buffet 6-9 p.m. Prime Ribsof Tuesday, April 6
LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE vine Beef
IbspitalBeach Party Frankie Happy Hour 5-7 p.m.Wednesday .

3909 BLANDING BLVD. Avalon, Dorothy alone Monday, April 5 April 7

DANCING NIGHTLY"A Friday, April 2 Happy Hour 3:30-6 p.m. Game Night 8 p.m.
Dinner 6-9 p.m.Tuesday .
Mainside Back Door To I fell -
friendly friendly place people"DRIVEIN for Jlmmie Rodgers, Jack Nicholson April 6 CPO Club

Foreign Dish Night 6-9 p.m.
NATTC Sylvia Carroll Baker Thursday, April 1
SERVICE Peter Lawford Wednesday, April 7
Pizza
CASE LOTS AT COST +10% Hospital Good Neighbor Sam Fried Chicken Night 6-9 p.m. Night
Jack Lemmon, Dorothy Pro- Friday, April 2

vine Acey Ducey Club Music by Phil Cay Chantels t
Saturday, April 3
Saturday, April 3
Mainside( Robin&Seven Hoods -
I Frank Sinatra. Dean Martin Thursday, April 1 Music by Moon-Liters

"'''. '... NATTC Back Door to Ibll l Happy ibur 4:30-6:30 p.m. Sunday, April 4
Jlmmie Rodgers Jack Nicholson -
Friday, April 2 Music by Phil Cays Chantels

TOE Hospital Sylvia Carroll Baker 5
I Mark Castle Combo 8:30- Monday, April
Peter Lawford 12:30 a.m.
HOLLY Kiddy Matinee 30 Years of Fun Game Night
3
Saturday April
Tuesday, April 6
1 4 Bedrooms Sunday, April 4
Mark Castle Combo 8:30-
Mainside Night Train to Par(Is 12:30 a.m Open
Separate Dining ,.
Leslie Neilson Alzia Gur
: Room Sunday, April 4 Wednesday, April 7
NATTC Robin& Seven Hoods -
Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin Bobby King Quartet 8:30- Open
I Ibspltal Back Door to Hell 11:30 p.m.
Jimmie Rodgers, Jack Nicholson -
.r. Monday, April 5' AUTOS

; t Monday, April 5 Happy Hour 4:30-6:30: p.m. PAINTED

tj THE Mainside Hercules, Samson, Tuesday, April 6

Ulysses Kirk Morris, Game Night at 7:30 p.m. $ 00
: Richard Lloyd 45
NATTC Night Train to Paris Wednesday April 7 EASY TERMS
Leslie Neilson, Alzia Gur
3 Bedrooms Movies 8 G-B MOTORS
Hospital Robin& Seven I bods sports p.m.-

1 1/2 Baths Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin 5013 San Juan Ave.

Curved Tuesday, April 6 (San Juan & Cassat)
PH 387-3075
Drive Mainside( Viva Las Vegas -
Elvis Presley, Ann Margaret I
-HerculesSamsonUly- g r

sses Kirk Morris, Richard Wocu:
THE Lloyd C1hnktVthVSEEPAGE ; FRIDAY!
Hospital Night Train to Paris At 'IJst.

I ELM Leslie Neilson, Alzia Gur 12 AND rte. i icfuftc

Wednesday, April 7 YOU'LL KNOW WHYI ,
uou'i/e/ beenuwtoq
3BR IK Baths Mainside Send le No flowers- RIVERSIDECHEVROLET to
see ..
Doris Day, Rock Hudson
GarageCHURCHES NATTC Viva Las Vegas-Elvis

Presley Ann Margaret onGoldfarb
Hospital Hercules Samson, CEDAR HILLS
Morris
Ulysses Kirk

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Retirement Credit Union Drops (

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one-half years. Disability CoverageThe :
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Cdr. lives with his ,..:>"..s'v. .x,Q...:.::.:.::::.:::.:::::::::..::..::.::.::.::.::.::...:...::..,:.:.:..:::..::..:.:...:..::..:...::.....:,.i: :::::: ::::::.0:
wife the former Jane Starker of a:.SY: : ;:; ;;: ':':':is: +vsNN;;: ;;;:;<<;;;; : :;; ;
Board of Directors for the a new one year contract. The
Tucson, Arizona, and three child Credit Union held a special meet- contract went to the John Hancock Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde lA

ren, Linda 15, Greg, 14, Ing at which it was decided to Insurance Company as they Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than 4
and Nancy, l on WestoverRd., discontinue the Disability Cover- offered the lowest cost contract. Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads or. !
Orange Park( Florida. He will late for this deadline will be the following .
age available in the past. The Under the Disability Coverage, riving too published
be associated with a Mobile Home decision, effective April 30, was members who had negotiatedloans week unless the publisher( is instructed otherwise. ,
Company maintaining home offi- reached as a result of'surveys with the Credit Union and A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be

ces In Orange Park. submitted by a number of Insurance then retired due to disability, received WITH the copy for the ad.
His mother, Mrs. Alice Brad- '
carriers competing for left the Insurance company obli- DONOTSCNDCA5H hJ
dock, lives at 1917 River Road. gated to pay off the loarror loans. RATE: Minimum charge +i3 lines). .. . . .*1.00 '
This had caused a substantial Increase Per additional line |14 words per line . 0.35
In the projected premiumcost
for 1965, thus depriving the uttttrttnsrttrtt.. -

majority of members,, additional

benefits and services that could FOR SALE -' 3 Br home, closeto IRON RITE MANGLE IRON-wal
be realized from these funds. NAS $50 down $50 month. nut cabinet, New $300. Price
The Insurance Committee Is Call Art Powell USN RET 264- $50. Call 387-7105 .
continuing to study additional recommendations 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR.
and changes In t.
the Credit Union's Insurance co FOR SALE Sony-stero tape re- 0..
best UNFURN. APT FOR RENT corder. Includes speakers & 2
verages, striving for the \
Blandlng Blvd. Deluxe apt. 3 microphones. Call Lt. J. G. I
and most comprehensive cov-
erage for members at the low- br Kit. Equip. 3 mL NAS Doctor, NAS 8353. t
:: Owner 7718697.
/4j est possible cost. $115 mo.
FOR SALE 3 Bdr, 2 Bath. A/C. I

Ship Transfer FOR SALE Inc. Prop duplex central heat fenced yard. In \
3-plex 4-plex, 3 mi. NAS $115 school bus pick-up zone. Sidewalks "
"
(Continued u Page 1)I) mOo Owner 771-8697. low down payment. $86.

missile cruiser USS Columbus mo. 7528 Sharbeth Dr. Phone ,.

(CG-12)), now In San Diego, will USED TV CLEARANCE 10 to 771-019L
be transferred to the Atlantic choose from. $25.00 and up.

BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE early in 1966. The newly com- Phone 3872121. UNFURN HOUSE FOR RENT -

AND THE BEACHES missioned carrier USS America 441 Wabash Ave. behind Roosevelt ,
(CVA-66)) and two guided missile HOMES FOR SALE OR RENT Mall 2 Br, kit equipped
t frigates now under construction, 2-3-4 bedrooms 1 1/2 bawl laundry conn. Ige screened back ;'

rnmmDii1l1m USS Daniels (DLG-27)) and USS We specialize In FHA, VA re- porch, fenced backyard. 389- 1
Wainwright (DLG-28))will remainIn sales. Only $100. down no 8 90or]: 359-4168 $70 mo.

the Atlantic. closing costs. For personalized
rta' FRITZ Home port of Enterprise will be service Call CoL Lostumbo GUARANTEED USED TV'S \

Alameda California. Bainbridgewill 771-0374, day or night, GRANGE, $35.00 up. 10 to choose from. \
\ f' PARMAN Ret have Its home port In Long WATSON, THAL and COMPANY Call Chuck or Cliff 389-367L

f CPO Baach, California. Home ports REALTORS FL 9-2308. t
owner for the others ships in the Inter- REAL ESTATE: Information on ,
fleet transfer will be announced sales, purchases, equities rentals -
FOR RENT ORANGE PARK -
later. or FHA VA homes. Call
3 Bdr. furn house TV, linens,
In OPERATION SEA ORBIT in Walter T.Bowen USN Rtd. Char-
1964 Enterprise, Long Beach, utlnsels, A/C, utilities con- ter Real Estate Co. 387-6511 or
Harold Parman Mayport nected. Will rent to bachelors.
and Bainbridge circumnavigatedthe p 387-2851 at night.
Fritz Parman, Jr. Roosevelt Phone 264-6884. I
nuclear a
world ,
Lou Webber NormandySPEED on power
distance of more than 30,000miles PRIVATE OWNERS CARS FOR
in a little more than two NEAR NAS garage apt. furn- SALE for list, price terms, ;
ished Aircond. maid ..
EQUIPMENT months without refuelling or replenishing completely. call 721-368L
service. $60.00 3846288.
provisions or storesor
COMPLETe Llftl OF MAG; WHEELS any kind.SWEATER 1305 DONALD STREET lower I

RACING SLICKS, CHROME PIPES ,' SINGER duplex, redecorated, 2 1/2 Bdr., i

''I<,.t tl'i DIALO elec. kitchen, 389-0838.
tACHONIETERS FLOOR
& SHIFTS > .
J#.
:'t MATIC FOR RENT one bedroom house
HO DOWN PARENT l Sewing Machine Console Model carport, near NAS for navy cou r
A-1 shape. Sold new for over pie 2646253. \

WE FINANCE ANYONE IN THE USN ., $300. Pay off balance of $82.40or of \
\, assume monthly payments POPLAR POINT Furn. apt., \
WITH PURCHASE OF 4 TIRES $7.80. Will take older machineas 3. Rms, 1658 Glendale $55.00 \

FREEWHEEL FREE FREE. 4, i4 part payment. Call Credit (near NAS) Call EV 73985. ;,
"' ,;' Manager, 353-1946 night orday. \
A-1 Sewing Machine Co. ,
WHEELALIGNMENT BRAKEADJUSTMENT 1962 IMPALA s.s. Cony., st, ,

BALANCE R&H WSW, excel, coed $1650.or .
RENTALS PARTIES, DANCES- better offer. Call Lt. jg. (
,.i Twin Hills Civic Bldg. rea- Hahn NAS ext. 8748 or 384- t
BLACK RECAPS 67015'BtKTT 750 x 14" ; sonable rates, 771-4217. 5154. )

13'4 14 WSWTBISAIL j
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FOR SALE3BR,
BRICK IDME
NO QUALIFYING 4 Bdr, 2 Ba, ?,
2 BA, den screened porch, patio,
A/C W to W carpet, LR&DR .
,. Ig LR, & Dr, chain link fence
equip kit, use my loan. Call r(
Gar, kit with a built-in dish-
Murr, ext. 8112.
Sgt.
PRICESVEXCHANGE PLU/TAX
r washer, garbage dis, cent heat
Alt OTHER SIZES LOW, LOW, LOW & air, low dwn pay, Avallabll

now, 7377 Wonder Lane, Ortega ADULT ART CLASSES, begin&
ENGINE OVERHAUL Hills. advanced students Gene Wagner

REBUILD BALL JOINT (Parts & Labor) 15.95 Troemel, Orange Park Phone ;

SHOCKS & Labor OVER 300 Guaranteed used tires. 2646759. 1
FRONT OR REAR (Parts ) 12.95
$2.00 & up. Most sizes, Good-
BRAKE SHOES ANY U. S. CAR (Parts & Labor) 10.95 year Service Store, San Juan& Beautiful NEW homes in lovely

BALL JOINTS REPLACED (Parts & Labor) 29.95 Jersey 389-367L Orange Park priced from

SCIENTIFIC ENGINE TUNE UP (Labor) 4.95 $20,000 Avail VA or FHA. Put
L I I yourself at home in the nicest
FURN APT. ORTEGA SECTION-
\ tor one adult $95.00; 557 Oak, community ever, by call Art.
BI6 CHIEF TIRE CO, Powell Powell USN/tfet Realty Bkr.264-6144wlth-

$444 NORMANDY 6201 ROOSEVELT 2809 MAYPORTRpAD .. FURN APT. ORTEGA SECTIONfor -
adult $95.00 557 Oak<,
one ;
STRETCHER-Jill St. \
Ey 9-0388 Etf 44631Urojs&Frotr GH 64825S John currently thrilling movie go- $50.00 for a couple. Can own- FURN. APT 33 Judson Cir. )

iii..i ,IIM.. ''. Mil* I rom titfit* Milt* I ronH.au- era on. the Armed Forces circuits, er after 1800. 389-9886, Best Orange Park near NAS waterfront -

models a multicolored sweater. bargain in city. Pry Call 2649632.
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PAGE 8 JAX AIR NEWS


1 816121J Seat Belts Make c.



Margin Of Difference


Washington, D.C., (NAVNEWS.Auto) seat belts may mean the dif-
\ ference between dying or surviving In an automobile accident.
Highway statistics show that one person Is killed every 14 minutesand
3S one person Is Injured every 15 seconds. This totals out to disabling T4!
.
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enough people In a 10 hour
V Y: period to man an attack aircraft Police In Indiana, during a 90- k\"Z. r.
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carrier or almost one rlftesquad day period, studied 130 fatal accidents :',f .
f every three hours. In which 153 persons were
1)i killed and 220 autos were in-
Chief Novak
volved. They reported that If seat
i
VP Humphrey belts were used 69 percent of 20 Year Chief
COASTAL WATCH-Jet and propeller-driven aircraft crowd the flight those killed would have lived and
deck of the VSS Ranger patrolling the South China Sea.off the coat Praises Federal an additional 12 percent might For ThirtyAdolph
Goes
have possibly survived.The .
O. Sullivan the
of the Republic of Vlet-Nam at Seaman Dan scant
Civilian WorkersFollowing seat belt's function. Is to
t area from hit lookout pott.
Novak
A.
hold auto occupants securely In was promoted
are excerpts from their seats. The person then to the rate of chief petty offi-
remarks of Vice PrestdentHum- slows down with the vehicle Instead cer In the United States Navyon
yy %:dH :T phrey at the Civil Service Com- of hurtling Into the dash April 5, 1945.
-.MUSTANG'FALCON mission's annual honor awards board, windshield, or being Now a Master Chief AviationMachinist's
ceremony marking the 82d"anniversary thrown to Irom, the auto. Mate In the Naval
/ FAIRLANE .1 of the Civil Service Act Lap-type belts do not always Air Reserve, Novak will cele-
( ((7
GALAXIE of 1883: prevent head contact within the brate 20 years as a Navy Chief
T-BIRD "This morning we honor sev- auto, but they do help restrain Petty Officer, this April 5.
eral of the public servants who more than half of the occupants' The two-decade chief com-
ROY PADGETTNAVAL have been giving long and faith- body weight. The seat belt also ments that his ambition now Is
READY RESfRVIST N I dR ful service to the people of the
steadies the driver behind the to be a 30-year CPO.
DUVALMOTORS United States, and we honor wheel In case of distrubing jolt, Chief Novak enlisted In the
Bt'FORE:1t7t1 LEAVE.wotw vdU others who have rendered con- or a rear-end collision.The Navy during January 1941, at the
1000 W. Forty th .353-9021 LIKE TO TNT HBO VOUR 080561 CON ma1T spicuous and extraordinary ser- National Safety Council age of 17. Advancing six pay
vice to the Civil Service Com- states that your chances of sur- grades .In four years, he made
mission and the Federal civil vival In an automobile accidentare chief.
service In general"We five times greater if you stay With the close of World War
On target help celebrate the 82d birth- In the protective shell of your II, Chief Novak joined the Naval
money
day of the competitive clvll-ser- auto than If you are thrown from Air Reserve. Us first weekend -
vice merit system In the Federal your car. The seat belt will help drill aboard the Naval Air
wherever you're stationedBorrow Government, aId I congratulatethose keep you In the auto. Reserve Training Unit at Jacksonville -
of you In the Federal Accidents are not highway- Fla., was In 1947 after
career service who are being speed affairs as many people tend the unit has been In operation
honored for your contributions to to believe. Two out of three traffic only a few months.
the American people and to the deaths occur within 25 miles The chief Is presently assigned -
cause of effective government. of home. Also more than half of to Anti-submarine Squadron
Because, let the record be manifestly the accidents causing Injury or 742, one of the 14 selected reserve
clear there Isn't any death happens at speeds less than squadrons and units
such thing as good governmentand 40-mlles-per-hour. attched to the Florida training
effective government without The American Medical Association
dedicated public servants and If states that, as a bonus unit.Chief Novak Is the only remaining -
A there ever were a group of un- safety factor, seat belts promote plankowner of his squadron -
heralded heroes In the cause of better posture and substantiallyreduce which he serves as aircrew
freedom that group Is the Fed- fatigue, especially during training chief.
eral, State and local public ser- long trips. There is no need to After more than two decadesIn
vant that gives unselfishly, strain to stay in place during nor the Navy, Chief Novak holds
wholeheartedly of his or her time, mal stops and turns.If strong opinions of what it meansto
talent, and energy to the common you don't have seat beltsin be a chief.
good and to the public good. your auto get them today! He feels that with the chiefsof

L the Navy, to a large degree,
rests the future of naval lea-

-Ihlef dership."Everyone in the Navy is con-
cerned about leadership these
AND Matihau days. The emphasis on Improving -

from HFCHFC ,MERCURY Naval Leadership Is directedat
confidently
all levels, officer and en-
listed." he said _
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JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 9 I


Civilian Merit PromotionsThe Joseph W. Schultz Supvy. Supply Clerk GS-6 Supvy. Inventory Immunization For
Management Assistant, GS-7
Edith Shelley, Supply Clerk GS-4 Inventory Management Assistant, Overseas Duty
GS-5
following NAS Jacksonville employees have been promotedIn Marvin Smith GS-4 GS-6 Officers and enlisted men awaiting -
E. Sr., Supply Clerk, Supply Clerk
with the
accordance station's Merit Promotion
Program: Norman J. Sylvia, Supply Clerk, GS-4 Supply Clerk, GS-5 overseas assignmentsare
reminded that be
Burlce H. Treakle, Supvy. Supply Clerk GS-5 Inventory Man- they must
OVERHAUL AND REPAIR DEPARTMENTElbert agement Assistant, GS-7 processed through the Medical
Edna V. Wanamaker, Supply Clerk GS-4 Inventory Management Department before such trans-
A. Adams Helper (Airframes Mech.) Airframes Mechanic Assistant GS-5 fer. The Medical Department Is
John A. Boettger, Aircraft Cleaner A/C Ordnance Mechanic required to review health recordsof
Sanilla M. Welborn, Supply Clerk GS-4 Inventory Management
Thomas P. Callahan, Electrician Planner & Estimator (Electrician Assistant, GS-5 military personnel and their
) dependents to Insure that there I
James C, Ferguson, Machinist Planner & Estimator (Machinist) DATA PROCESSING DEPARTMENT are no contra-lnd teat Ions tosuch t i
Billy C. Harrington, rfelper (A/C Electrician ) Electroplater an assignment. I!
Mabron Hill Aircraft Painter Leadlngman A/C Painter Juanita J. Cooper EAM Operator, GS-3 Digital Computer Sys- An instruction set forth by the H 1
George lee, Helper l (A/C Eng. Mech.) Aircraft Engine Worker tems Operator, GS-5 Bureau of Medicine also requires "
Charles H Moye, Mechanical Engineering Technician GS-9 Same Myrtle C. Jackson, EAM Operator, GS3 Digital Computer Sys- that personnel departing the con- '; I
GS-11 tems Operator, GS-5 tinental U.S. be current In their )'1
F. Scharle Production Ott-Helner A. Pietsch, EAM Operator, GS-3 Digital Computer
Hugh Dispatcher Airframes Mechanic Immunizations. In order to per- I:,
Ralph J, Schwartz, Helper (A/C Eng. Mech.) -Aircraft Engine Worker Systems Operator, GS-5 mit a timely administrationof ;,
Peter Smith, Industrial Tractor Oper. Aircraft Towman Francis J. Robertson, EAM Operator, GS-3 Digital Computer this procedure required immunizations -

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENTEvans Systems Operator GS-5 should begin as earlyas I I
MISCELLANEOUSGeorge possible following the receiptof
C. Daigle, Truck Driver Truck Driver, Davy orders. Failure to comply j
Floyd Guy, Helper, Plpecoverer and Insulator Plpecoverer& J. Barvlnls, Warehouseman Supply Dept. Production Dis- with this procedure may resultIn
Insulator patcher Overhaul& Repair Dept. either delay In travel or mass
Curtis B. Tomllnson, Truck Driver Truck Driver, Heavy Lenoma V. Crews, Clerk-Typist, GS-2 Overhaul & Repair Dept. Immunization at one time.
Raphael). Wells, Automatlve Mechanic Ifeavy Duty Equipment Clerk-Typist, GS-3 Public Works Dept. !
Mechanic Elizabeth B. Judah, Glory-typist. GS-3 Public Works Dept. Clerk -
Typist, GS-4 Overhaul& Repair Dept.
SUPPLY DEPARTMENTWilliam Annlce B. Redmond, File Clerk GS-3 Industrial Relations Dept. [

M Abernethy, Jr., Supply Clerk, GS-4, Inventory Man- Transceiver Operator, GS-4 Communications Department.
agement Assistant, GS-5 Bernard Slegel Warehouseman Supply Department Production
John F. Anders, Supply Clerk, GS-4 Inventory Management Assis- Dispatcher Overhaul& Repair Dept. CHURCH of CHRIST
tant, G5-5 William A. Thomas, Warehouseman Supply Dept. Toolroom 5223 WESCQNNETT BLVD.
Oliver 13. Bomar, Jr., Accounts Maintenance Clerk, GS-3 Supply Attendant Overhaul& Repair Dept NEAR NAS
Clerk, 05-5 Ruth R. Wutkowskl, Accounting Technician GS-5 Comptroller Department JUST OFF TIMUQUANA RD.

Eunice P. Chesser, Supply Clerk GS-4 Inventory Management Same, GS-6 SUNDAYS: ,

Assistant, GS-5 10:00: A.M. mOLE WORSHIP ':
Roy E. Chester, Supvy. Supply Clerk, GS-6 Inventory Management Hubby was fed up. "Really 11:00 A.M. WORSHIP
Assistant, GS-7 CU Extends Mary,' he said, "nowadays you 6:00: P.M. EVENING SERVICEWEDNESDAYS
Hazal B. Clark, Supvy. Supply Clerk, GS-6 Inventory Management only kiss me when you want some I
Assistant, GS-7 PrivilegesIf money."
Priscilla A. Coleman, Supply Clerk, GS-4 Inventory Management "Well, goodness mef said 7:30 P.M. MID-WEEK SERVICE 4
Assistant, GS-5 you are a retired memberof Mary. "Surely that's often CIIURCIi PHONE SP 1-5079:
Ruth D. Cooper, Supply Clerk GS-3 Supply Clerk GS-4 the military service and enough. Isn't It?" MINISTER PHONE SP 1-2646 \
Charles J. Cullen, Supply Clerk GS-4 Inventory Management authorized to use the facilities Humor (Australia). I
Assistant, GS-5 at NAS Jax, then a new amend-

Jean H. CUte Ilffe. Supply Clerk GS-4 Inventory Management ment to the Charter and bylawsof ..... l'.r.:: ./. .#'t.rJ ...
Assistant GS-5 the local Credit Union will ': 'L- .. - Margaret T. DeCaro Clerk-Typist, GS-3 Supply Clerk GS-4 be of significant Importance to
'
Louise W. Harris, Supply Clerk, GS-3 Supply Clerk, GS-4 you.The :
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Betty S. Ifenderson, Supply Clerk GS-4 Inventory Management amendment, which w as approved $ ,
Assistant, GS-5 by the Director of the )'":' :.(,)- '
"$: : >:f
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Helen A. Hylton, Supply Clerk, GS-4 Inventory Management Bureau of FederalCredltUnlons, ,::. : I it OUR I
Assistant, GS-5 affects only the Credit Union for .....!:t i...
Mary F. Jemmott, Supply Clerk, GS-3 Supply Clerk GS-4 the Naval Shore Establishments ::F1.:
I.
Macy E. Lotz, Supvy. Supply Clerk, GS-4 Supvy. Supply Clerk, Duval County, in extending membership "" } 4fF GRANDOPENNO I
GS-5 privileges to retired personneL t

Dorothy W. Maddox Supply Clerk, GS-4 Supply Clerk, GS-5 # :
Dorothea M. May, Supvy. Supply Clerk GS-6 Supvy. Inventory As stated In the amendment: /
Management Assistant. GS-7 "oor Credit Union privileges are i
Clyde K. Nickens, Supply Clerk, GS-4 Inventory Management now offered to-Retired membersof
Assistant, GS-5 the Armed Forces of the U.S. GIGANTIC SAVINGS !
Frances C. Parker, Supply Clerk GS-4 Inventory Management Government to utilize the facilities -
Assistant, GS-5 of the Jacksonville Naval
Betty T. Payne, Supply Clerk, GS-4 Inventory Management Air Station, and are not receivingfull IN ALL OUR STORES :
Assistant, GS-5 membership privileges from I II II It
Floyd Rhoden, Stockman Inventory Management Assistant, GS-5 another employee type credit j II I
Lonnie P. Richburg, Supvy. Supply Clerk, GS-5 Inventory Mana- union."

gement Assistant, GS-7
Gladys Rousseau, Supvy. Supply Clerk, GS-5 Inventory Management PLYMOUTH I ''I
Assistant, GS-7
Samuel D. Rye, Jr., Supply Clerk, GS-4 Inventory Management
Assistant, GS-5 CIIDV I I

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Roll Off For RegionalNineteen The l30lfCorner"


Waves from various Carolina will be the top five
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NAS departments, the Hospital Waves who finished with a 140 Jim Brough sank a six foot
, Command and NATTC held an average or above. After the 3- putt after a three wood second
i' 18 game roll-off competition to day roll-off those holding this for an eagle three on the par
pick the team that win repre- average include: Barb Mlskec five seventeenth this past Fri-
\ sent NAS Jax in the South Atlan- 171; J.A. Moynahan, 159; LCdr Judo Gab Cops day. His playing partners were
tic Reglonals. Winners from Jane McCrory, 157; Lau Per- Jax Navy Dave Sweeny and: Roy RIpley.
Charleston will then proceed to rault. 148; E.E. St. Clair 147; Jack Wester along with Al

the all Navy tournament. Lee Trojan 145;JeanHynes. 143; Top Honor In TournamentThe Barre, Roy Ripley, and Bill
I Representing NAS Jax at South and P.A. Patsch.140. Wright won the weekly "Blitz"

with a four under score to win
Jax Navy Judo Club sent ebb in 165 Ih weight division. by one shot over the field of
BIG TOP MOTORS representatives to Parris Island Before being eliminated from e eight teams last Saturday. .
South Carolina 4th Invitational tournament competition be won The JAX Navy entry finished
Judo Tournament this past three of his matches. fourth in the Southeast Military
week-end and home with
came Acting as senior referee for the Invitational Golf Tournament
one 1st place "in the 180 Ih.
tournament, was 7th Degree which ended last week. This
CEDAR HILLS ,, weight division. Black Belt Professor Sad akiNa- event was won by the team from
Rodney Fowler. Ikkyu ((1st
Kabayaski, distinguished Judo Fort Benning. Dale Klahn and
57 CHEVROLET. . .. $795 Class Brown Belt)won the honors teacher who has played in over Mike Harris were the leading
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owner, like new, extra low Brown Belts, and receiving abye. losing only 10 of these matches. Gus Buliakls, and Dave Clark
The over-all in
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Pro Joe McDonald and ama-
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the International Air Races, held in St. Petersburg, this past Jax Navy Tennis teamwill r 3
weekend, the Jax Navy Sport Parachute Club's demonstration team host St. Petersburg Junior Col- t w .
the Vapor Trails, performed before some 70,000 spectators. lege this Saturday at 2 p.m. on
Other thrills at the two day air race festival included midget and the Station's Tennis Courts. "' ,,,.k <

P-51 unlimited airplane races, gyroplane demonstrations, and acro- *
batic competition flying.. t b'y '1'fa b
In accuracy jump competitionwith The 6ND Volleyball tournaments .g
the Tampa Skydivers the Radar Squadron; Team Jump- got underway this morn- ; + '
Jax Navy team copped two tro- master,RobertHoldenN AS MAA ing at 9 a.m. with Jax Navy
phies, one by Dan Asptond who Force; Team Announcer Larry playing Memphis Navy in a double STAUBACH GOES DOWN SWINGING in one of two gam *
took first place in the meet by Ornduff, VAP-62, and Ground round robin tournament with the Naval Academy won over Florida Stale lati Friday when spring
hitting within two feet of the Crewmen Hollls( Tinsley, VP-30 NAS Cecil Field hosting the five training com to NAS. Annapolis took FSU take by the score of 1-0,
target and second by WesleyFox and John Hawkins NATTC. teams vieing for the 6ND crown. the first time tfieSeminoleshcdbeendefeatedafter four wins in the
who took second place by The next show scheduled for Friday Jax Navy will play Cecil spring training contests.'
landing within four feet of the the Vapor Trails will be April Field at 3 p.m.; Pensacola at
proposed target. 10th, at NAS Sanford. 6 p.m.; Glynco at 8 p.m. and STARS & STRIPES
Robert Holden, the team jump Cecil Field again at 10 a.m. t
master, was credited with precision ServiceWives on Saturday. + WEBB'SPROFESSIONAL
spotting for the team as b
all nine of the Navy jumpers
landed with a 25 foot radius of Friday at 1 p.m. the Jax Navy t
the target from the 15,000 foot "LInksters" will host Davidson
jumping altitude. BowlingTaking College, Davidson, North Caro- LAUNDRY &
With team pilot Lieutenant lina, on the NAS "Greens". {I II'' t
the high game honors :I'J
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in this weeks action in the NAS = DRY CLEANERS
controls of the C-117 aircraft,
other members of the Vapor Service Wives Bowling Leagueswere NAS Jacksonville will host the SEAFARERS t
Betty Wilkins with a 181,
Trails demonstration team are: 6ND Boxing tournaments Wed- ACROSS RAILROAD FROM
Irene Paskowskl and Lois Kling
Adrian May, USS Powers, Wes- both with 179 totals. nesday, April 14. NASYUKON.

ley Fox Marine Aviation De- High sets for the week were ONLY STAR MACHINE t FLORIDATHE
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by a
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493, Irene Paskowski with a 490,
Intramural Softball has been set "ONE FRIEND
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Lois Kling with a 484 and felen for Monday, April. Tentative
VF-14 Wood VA-172 TELLS ANOTHER"i.
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plans are to get leagues underway
Daniel Asptind Air Force 679th
Splits picked up were the 5-7-9 by April 12.
by Irma Peterson, and a 5-7 by
Waves Bowling Virginia( Castner. IM BowlingThe

The league standings as of .
Barb Mlskec, DK3, took all the March 26 are: top five teams in each of
honors from the Wednesday night Blizzards 58-34 the three Intramural "Kegler" .
kegler action except high handicap (- Tornadoes 57-35 leagues are: "In the American I i. .
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Monsoons 4547Cyclones Daggers ...., ... 'i .t1t.. :_
Cunningham, SA, with a 318. 44-48 14-6; Lilly's 14-6;Eagles 161/2- .<.. .r..
Barb was tops with a high gameof Typhoons 36-56 7 1/2; Neptunes 16-8; Neptunes -
194; high series of 501; and Hurricanes 36-56 16-8; and the Play Boys at 137.
high average of 163. In the Continental League the
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