Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 11, 1962
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Publi hd by th. Holt Publishing Company, a prlvoU: fir"",. Opinion{ .xpr..td by th. publlthtr and writers h.r.ln or. thlr own end not to b. contldorod oo; official xprcstlon of any military department.
The appearance of advert I*ementt In this publication ao.. not constitute on endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.


VAP-62 Rolls Up An Impressive Record w _

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10,000, Accident (Free Hrs I

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April is turning out to be a banner month for the officers and men
of Heavy Photographic Squadron 62 based here.
Last week a twin-jet Sky warrior

flown by the squadron skipper, Tomorrow at 10 a.m., Rear Ad-
Commander Robert F. Roemer, miral Joseph M. Carson,Comman-

.6 touched down at NAS marking the der Fleet Air Jacksonville, will
% 10,000th accident free flying hour formally present the citation from

3 S for the squadron--and tomorrow the Secretary of the Navy to the
EAVY PKO (lONTWO Y.yt VAP-62 will receive the Navy Unit assembled squadron. All per-
Commendation from the Secretaryof sonnel connected with the squadron
the Navy. during the time set forth in the
Although separated by a week's citation will be authorized to wear
time, the two events are closely the Navy Unit Commendation
10D. 000. related. In establishing'their enviable Ribbon.In .
J record of accident free fly- addition toconducting"classified"operationsVAP62canboast- I

FRtE ing VAP-62 operated for almost I
.A three years from many parts of of many other accomplishments. '!11!
the world, aboard aircraft carriersat While the squadron has had over
HOURS R B sea. as well as from NAS Jax.It 20 detachments serving on five
was for this time period that continents of the world and has
the Secretary of the Navy has cited been operating with both the U. S.
the squadron "for outstanding and Second and Sixth Fleets, VAP-62

10,000 HOURS OR 416 DAYS PLUS After completing VAP-62's 10,000th accident free hour In meritorious service in the per- has been marked ""Outstanding" \I

, his RA3B Skywarrior let aircraft, Cdr. R.F. Roemer, squadron CO, receives a congratulatory hand. formance of classified reconnaissance aerial In the last four annual Administra .1/(/

shake from Douglas Aircraft's technical representative, Matthew Swaney. Crewmembers>> on the ac. photographic tive-Materiallnspectlons. ;\\1
missions of paramount military Units of the '
hievement flight were: third crewman Theodore Faulkner, ADJ1 (AC-PI) (second from left) navigator the of the { squadron furnished'I'I
importance to security aerial coverage for all NASA Mer- d
Lt. R.F. McElroy and Phillip Z. Stratton, AECAP2. (Official U.S. Navy Photo) United States..." cury and Saturn shots from Cape

The time covered by the citation Canaveral, and has provided photo-
is from Jan. 18, 1960, throughOct. graphic assistance for Atlantic __ I\
Data Processing Awakens Today'sJ&afgcJj 25, 1962 -- a period of two Missile Range on Polaris missile
years and 10 months. The natureof launches and other projects.
the operations conducted by Also last the
year squadron pro
Giant In Automation Web VAP-62 in earning the citation are vided weather reconnaissance for
s still classified by the Defense De- the Marine Corps' Project "High-

By Grace JarvisOn partment. (Continued on Pg. 4))

January 1 a drowsy giant wiped the mists from jz!! es, 1
groggily around, and was swept off its feet by the curr Harmon PN1 PraisedAs
the Age of Technology. giant? NAS Jacksonville. ,
There were plenty of advance By Mejgoencer, JOlV
signs but we were only partially '" at t t!uts a"-l\' b' Hof! Itt ,r sailor t!| ling through cents ChoiceWhegtone
prepared. Like Scarlett OHara, 4i< most of us preferred to "think toehROlogy dett' bett>r ,.:;oratflei
'"'J) j1t. ? | 82 mph In a 55 mph zone. J01tP
about ittomorrow. Theblgtlp-off : 10" \
came with NASJAXNOTE 5451 of old teytfff foflfyvi 1 A our Malting his fine, he another was off again { integrTty.fInitiative/and, unquistionable devotion to

Dec. 21, 1962. Remember? It timejMfLet'slfin, | J o t\toge to the incident.not But d""tty ossesa crjjmverrfiaracerstics} ( of Jacksonville Naval Air
announced the establishment of just Wt adata processing means. given his he woul i | } Sjrvlp MftfofIthe. Month, so say his superiors.
returned ship
he to '
the Data Processing Department. The'C nmandlngjDfflcer] must I i ll fi. ,1'Jt1.) ,, a30
himself in traffic court
Doing business at the same old operate!this* command's multimillion find of traffic ] mHe J ," .rtalorry !Personnel tribution of personnel throughout*"" **
stand was to continue but with a Collar fleet support busi- This is a part a' f: nlstraton! !De- the Station); Separations Center
difference the tempo was revvedup ness within a framework dictatedby plan that has been inef crriere 1/,parttt'JeRt' ; (Continued on Pg. )
little yeari t'j11e plan]
the methods and language higher authority but is fully for a over a 'of oDe-, JThe'hoaer"*w the month's outStanding -
has resulted in .
a dreg ,
changed, and a new color a new responsible for on-the-spot deci- ? ? serviceman was bestowedtpon
vie fe i4
sions. &tl third..... IQ.traffic vand ai | Harmon last Friday by Captain -
tone was added. Tomorrow was Managemenj! .?preclude ,this f'Jr: f d
now I IAfter his personal#.rowrehjof r/1u ,,r mor C ; ; ieVetleUrrainner James R. Compton,NAS Com-
three months of opera- details subrTU"ttedV"ba; <3kfjrpimdfmaterial ,'d itng y manding Officer. At that time, 4)c
tion many of us are still confused for decision"HHfitog. if;*,[,... }+ Sup- the 30-year old personnelman received -
about Data Processing Department he could ffel i'to,/hlre .; of a check amounting to $50,
activities. .But if we think of data people to do At'manually 1 itder the auspices of Florida a sift from the welfare and recreation -

processing equipment, including wouldn't halm tsue JO: ami!n0USlh9'! / orces Workshop State was set funds and was affordedan q
in St.
electronic computers new toolto the data however.accurate Itr t expense-free day
help us perform our jobs better, be. ., /[/" "- b in February 1962. that Augustine courtesy of the city's
Basically it provides a
then everything falls into proper So, recogniatog.that; ;I" consolidated : of traffic ticketor chamber of commerce and the USO.
swifter col- copy Although a veteran of only seven
perspective. We don't have to be will be for-
technicians to understand it; we do lection and'fl.tl.fedJlata: an accident report years naval service, Harmon has
have to know how it affects our was need ed'toYraet;the demandsof warded to the NAS Jacksonville tickets been acclaimed by his1 supervisorsto I
work situation if we are to avoid this spa becoming so-called victims of cessing Department was estab- received by military personnel such he has himself super- ..
but who J"J -
Florida .
stationed in
may vised each of the four sections I
automation. lished. When fully adapted to the \ _
be not in this state ,
This series proposes to delve station's needs and used properly traveling only which make up the division: Enlisted \Jl
into the methods terminology and this new management tool will but many others. Records Section:.Naval Man-
applications of data processing to (Continued on Pg. 5)) (Continued on Pg. 4)) power Section (charged with dis- L. G. HARMON, PHI I:

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Station Traffic .I

Violation RecordThe

.4 following is a report of

motor vehicle accidents and traffic The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper ;
violations for the period April published each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, t

1 through April 7. Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
private firm. All copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR :
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS, NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, i

This week, April 1 through April Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before ..'
7..5 publication. News Items are welcomed from all sources

Total Accidents this year Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8164.

through April 1963.......91 Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries s
Number of Accidents during concerning such should be directed.to the Holt Publishing

April 1962..........75 Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida -
Telephone 359-5140 or 359-0271.

E 4 SINCE LAST VOL. 21) NO. 5 11 APRIL 1963


Drugs + Driving =


A TOUCH OF SILVER-Willtom I E. Mowers has the silver oak week..82Speeding..25

leaves of a Navy Commander pinned on his dollar by Cdr. R. F. Reckless Driving......4 Major Highway ThreatHigh

Rotmtr, CO of VAP-62. Cdr. Mowers not only receives his pro. Going through Stop Sign.......12 It
motion but a set of orders as well, to attend the Naval War College Other Violations......41
the list of I tillers and traffic safety violators
at Newport, Rhode Island. As Operations Officer of the NAS Forty drivers appeared before on highway
Is the drunken driver. But alec:hol: Is no longer the only cause of :
Jax based squadron, he was instrumental In VAP-'62's recent the Traffic Hearing Board at the "intoxication." The Food andover Drug Administration is concernedy I

achievement of attaining 10,000 accident free flying hours. (Official meeting held on April 18. Disposition the increasing threat to highwa; safety from drivers "under ,
of the cases Include the fol- '
U. S. Navy Photo ). the Influence" of drugs. The
lowing: seven lost driving and involved from true care brings with It safeguards W::
parking privileges aboard station; stimulants that avoid danger. Uncontrolled ,;:
narcotics to tranquil-
10 were assigned to an'eight-hour of the discussed here r'
use drugs
SEAPOWEREditor's and ),
sleeping pills, even
course In remedial driving cold remedies antihistamines Is a danger to the health and welfare :.
some (e.g., ::/:
instructions, 22 were given of the user and the safety t/'
suspended penalties, three were )
( Note: The following is an extract of a statement by Some are widely used In such of others.Good.
given warnings, five were dis-
the Commander, U. S. Sixth Fleet, in the March 8 issue of the missed and four were referred to common ailments as nervousness I

ComSlxtFlt Newsletter. Although addressed to Sixth Fleet Officers, commanding officdrs for possible overweight, highblood pressure, Friday,
the statement conveys a message applicable to all Navymen, ashore disciplinary action. and hay fever. Because of these
or afloat.) common uses many people do not
Even though many have a Fleet becomes the main striking MDBSNotice realize the effects drugs may haveon Easter Sunday
feeling they understand the United arm of NATO's entire Southern
driving ability. They may innocently -
States' need for seapower I Region. Here we have a classic contribute to the dangerof Services Set
think that most people have onlya example of sea power being usedto the streets and highways.And .

schoolbook understanding of its support U.S. policy objectivesand Employees Mutual Death Benefit because some dangerous Religious services In observanceof
Importance to the United Statesin thus In effect, supportingthe Society Notices 210,211 and 212 drugs can be obtained without pre- Good Friday will be conductedon
national Interests of the United
terms of protecting sealanes are issued to advise membersof scriptlo n despite legal require board the station for those
and American lives and interests States. the death of two of its members.As ments to the contrary somepeo- who desire to attend. Protestant
both at home and overseas.In I encourage all officers to a result of payments by the ple use them for their "side services will be conducted at the i '
order to understand better study the strategic, military and Society, members will now be effects" or for reasons other than All Saints Chapel at 12:00 p.m. '
the,meaning of U.S. seflpowcr in political factors which may havean assessed $2.50 which is now due their intended medical purpose. and 1:30 The subject will

-the Mediterranean, it takes some influence upon American policyIn and payable. The ten day noticeof One example is the use of stimulant be The p.m.Seven Last Words of
eorlentation of our point of view. Europe and to use every opportunity -
assessment 2.
began on April
drugs to keep awake while Christ". ,;
First, we must shift our Initial to pass their observa- Members are reminded that cash
driving. Controlled use of will be con
drugsof Catholic services
point of reference from the tions to other Navymen. OnlyIn payments will not be accepted.
a person under his doctor's ducted at St. Edward's Chapelat
traditional outward look from the this way can we give purposeto
United States to the MediterraneanSea. our presence here in the 2:30: p.m., "Stations of \

A study of a map to refresh Mediterranean and gain a greater Cross", and 3:00 p.m. "Liturgyof
one's knowledge of the geographicarea understanding of the relationshipand Good Friday". Civilian Employees r

is essential. While doing this, Importance of sea power to wishing to attend these "
In Industrial and population the national interests of the services may be administrativelyexcused
to do so for periods of t
centers surrounding the Mediterranean United States. ,,
will become evident. Theseare not more than 30 minutes.
all essential Ingredients in Easter Sunrise Service will be .
understanding the Importance of CPO KiddiesTo on April 14 at 6:00 a.m. The '

the strategic Mediterranean area. Service will be held at NAS Hanger

The most important single pointto Hunt 117, directly West of the terminal.
keep in mind is the fact that Eggs Catholic Easter Mass Is sche-

the sea Itself provides a 2,000- duled for 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m.

mile access "highway" into this Easter SundayEaster at the St. Edwards Chapel.

most vital area. The Sixth fleet

__Is not only capable of protectingthis
# eggs a plenty will be NATTUHonoimen
sea highway connecting yours for the finding If you area
Europe Africa and Asia but
boy or girl 6 years old or younger -
Sixth Fleet aircraft
can projectthe and
your Daddy's a CPO.
Fleet's power 1,000 miles in The NAS Chiefs Club, Bldg. PFC W.C. Geer, AE "A"
any direction, If it should ever 705 is hosting a big egg hunton School, 90.07J.
be necessary to do so. And, Easter Sunday at 1:30: p.m. W. Widgreen, AOAA, AO
I suggest that you take a good for children of E-Ts, 8's and 7 r "A" School, 85.10G.
look, geographically, to see Just 9's. J. Thomas, AOl, "B" School

what these 1,000-mile arcs Many prizes will be given to 88.41
encompass. the kiddie who finds the most
Second, we must understand the
eggs, etc.
political and military ties we have
with Western Europe. Western THOSE WHO

Europe and the Atlantic community Lady: Three monkeys aregam- oO u&0oNp OF FLiyPONR
constitute the power center of bling at cards in the last cage. CAN -r TIENNY
the Free World and we all share You had better break it up.
the same objective of resistanceto Attendant: Oh I that's all right c.-;. :;L:-r: :> (" '. r
communist expansion. Because, lady-they are only playing for -- \' >(
of our community of interests, the peanuts. 7

United States has become ._.
"committed to Europe's defense When It comes to home rule,
through NATO. This event of dad is the chief executive and '
I.<< 4I\ ,- :
a war of NATO scope the Sixth mother the speaker of the house. P.f.Jo.I
"H'i helped me trtmendo I
UI y-tvtrybody
stays "poI
out of my way"

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FACE 4 JAX AIR NEWS ___ ...____ 11 APRIL 1963_

Some Quotaed Rates Today's Traffic

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The reports are further routedto

May See Promotions administrative the person's action.home base for

Since last year some 15,000
Many of those persons quotaed as a result of taking the February reports have been processed
Fleet-wide promotion exams might still have i chance of being advancedup through the clearing house here for

the ladder, according to a Navy Times report. _____ all the military services in the
The article stated that due to -s more 'control over the state including ships in the Atlan-
major changes In the Navy's petty authorized limits of petty officer tic.The
officer promotion system there promotions. It Is felt that the whole Idea of the plan, says
will be a number of changes Including Bureau will be able to make nearly Able is not to punish people but
the possible promotion of five more promotionsunder it is felt that if personnel know
those quotaed, effective July 15. percent the revised system. that a copy of a ticket will reach
Letters will be sent sometime In their home base It be
For the time being,BuPers may a
. early June. keep the C-8 and E-9 examson deterrent to speedings and other
- Most impressive of the charges
BENEFICIAL SUGGESTIONS-Lt. L. P. Colston, Officer-in- stated Is the fact that there will an annual schedule. traffic violations.
Charge of the U. S. Navy Fuel Depot presented cash awards to be two promotional periods following
four of his employees recently. (L. to R.) Charles Wilson, Charles each of the twlce-a-year
Chappell, W. N. Price and R. E. Regopoulos (not present) received exams. In addition, the chief petty
awards for their benny suggs. Two of the suggestions involved officer exams will be held semi-

safety, one provided an improved method, and the fourth, submit annually rather than once a year! 1 1Ih W'
ted by Chappell, produced tangible savings of nearly $4000 first Beginning with the February 1964
year alone. Lt. Colston commended the employees not only for exams these changes will go Into
will be
effect. February
their award-earning ideas, but olio for their interest in improving passers
promoted either May 16 or July 16.
working methods and conditions at the Depot. (Official U.S. Navy Those who pass the August exams rI
Photo). will be promoted November 16 and
January 16.
Harmon VAP62Continued The reason for the changes,says
the article, Is to help speed up .
(Continued from Pg. 1)) ( from Pg. 1)) enlisted promotions. ,andglveplan- I !'

boy" In which the first trans- -.,. .. I''
which encompasses all subject* Atlantic flight was made in the A-4 \;
Jrom ships and stations in the Skyhawk. In Project "TI rec." :'' Ih

southeastern United States; and squadron planes provided simultaneous .,. :1. ,..,..\" .:. '." --
the Receipts and Transfer Sec- photography of iceboundareas \ MULTIPLY
tion.This northeast of Nova Scotia to
latter section Receipts,and coincide with the Tiros weather .f. .
Transfer, is presently under the satellite. '""

guidance of Harmon, who per- Other work done by the squadron ,
sonally has the responsibility for Includes projects for CNO,the U.S. 'v "- Y
processing and accounting for as Coast and Geodetic Survey, Army ." .. .,-' i ,,' W -- O
as 600 transit or person- '
many Mapping Service. Navy Ocean- -
nel a month. ographic Service Army Corpsof .. 1.
Contained In Harmon's nomination Engineers, U.S. Department of '' f .11- .. ..
letter, it was stated that the Agriculture and NATO. ,.A' .. (f 4 "
section he now heads calls for The squadron claims that It has {(- ,
an allowance of one POI,two P02's, the finest quality control divisionin ti"bUStIIPIDcW&JUST TIlE lotKm!
a P03, and two strikers, a total the Navy. Further evidence of
of six skilled personnel In top quality squadron leadership and "VAP-62 has the most outstanding RIVERSIDE BANK 1234 KING.tS"T.
actuality, Harmon has one YN2, training can be summed up by a physical fitness programever Phone p 384'7 41M'
and three undesignated personnel statement made during the last seen by the Comfairjax Staff MLI...11.., U,...'u ''N...'.....1 (................
filling those billets. Ad-Mat Inspection. Inspecting Party."
-**> Under this manpower shortage,
however, and under Harmon's efficient 1
and thorough management, .
his section recently received,
staged, and transferred the g S EO
tremendous Influx of Cuban crisis _
transits with virtually no errors.In EN a P Buy a
addition, Harmon still was ableto
cross-train as assistant to the
Section Head of the Enlisted Re- O
cords Section whose responsibility "World's: Finest
it is to upkeep and maintain enlisted #

recrords, ration reports, .
prepare and issue identification Record Player"for
and liberty cards, mess passes, i
subsistance pay, enlisted leave,
etc. $5450
All this Harmon accomplishedwith eA
unequaled proficiency while
still professionally training and yt. 5t1 E ;
'""'1! ding his own people, the letter : ;I. .
Stated. <: 'I, :' :t- I
.get a :
| The serviceman's military .
'career actually began In the Air SHURECARTRIDGE
Force In 1951. After serving I
three years, he turned to the O
j navy to fulfill his career, enlisting I
In December 1955. He reported Model AT6
[Ito NAS Jacksonville in March 1960 for only ,
following hLs graduation from i
Personnelman Interviewing and
Classification School the Naval
Training Center, San Diego at Calif.A FOR YOUR LISTENING PLEASUREi'i

biologist crossed an Intersection I hgh; ;

r.""got a blonde.with a convertible and : hour IIcIeId9; cen erI

Child to father: How can I I i
learn the value of a dollar when

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11 APRI'L' 1963 JA'X' AIR NEWS P'P'5 1 1ti.

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til.. Data Processing II I|

(Continued From Page 1)) j
jt t
pull us out of the doldrums of '
costly delays and help put this '
station In a second-to-none
position. In the meantime, we
can dig Into how It operates and
what we must contribute to per-
fecting data collection and dis-
Clyde Kennedy heads the new
department. His impressi ve background -
., In (EAM)Electric Account-
a Yl y.
Ing Machines and computer sys-
( "
tems Is not known to us all but this

DATA PROCESSING DEPARTMENT officials pose with Capt. i

James R. Compton, NAS Commanding Officer. On left is Fritz fi ..w
Huisinga, Supervisor of Systems Development Division and on )
the right is Clyde Kennedy, department head. (Official U.S. Navy

Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)). ;:

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bottom trousers, coat of Air Force and Marines to a !
Navy blue" go the words of the wider use of the present chief
song but they may be changed as petty officer uniform.
a result of a survey currently Results of the Survey will be
being held. forwarded to the Naval Uniform
The Navy Is asking some 500 Board which will In turn forwardIts 1
enlisted men from seaman through recommendations to Secretaryof
master chiefs what they think about the Navy, Fred Kortb who will
changing the traditional bell bottom make the final decision.
trouser and jumper uniform. Other factors beside the poll will PH2)i
About six years ago the Navy be considered by the board. Someof
held a similar survey. At that these are ,stocks of present
time, the general opinion was to uniforms, availability of cleaning
retain the present uniform. facilities and economy.
Questions the Navymen are being
asked run the gamut from would I
they like a single breasted design I
uniform like those of the Army,

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CONVENIENT TO NAS AND CECIL FIELD Civilian employees are requested fan employees benefited from the
to volunteer to donate bloodto
"HOMES DESIGNED FOR FAMILY LIVING'' IN OAK HILL PARJ y the Jax Navy-Civilian Blood blood 331 bank pints through to Overhaul distributionof and I

< West On 103rd Street Bank account on Wednesday, April Repair Department personnel, 61
;;; 17. Personnel from the blood pints to Public Works Department
i 2 1/2 Miles Beyond Blanding Blvd. > bank will be on board the station personnel, 32 pints to Supply Personnel -
between the hours of 8:00: a.m. and 47 pints for the other
and 11:00 a.m. at Building 8. departments here. All civilian
Donors will be able to receive employees and members of their
snacks at the Civilian Cafeteria Immediate
family are eligible to
after donating blood. receive blood without cost, shoud,)
During the year of 1962 clvil- they need It. -

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I JAX AIR NEWS ._ __ --- 1J APRIL 1 1963 _

I usa Chief Petty Officers

NotesThursday Back Scholastic FundSome

600 Navy Chief Petty Officers have jumped into the middle

April 11 of the Duval County "Dollars for Scholars" program and at this
ji.t Free Dancing lessons 9:00 11:00 point have already raised enough money for one scholarship and are

P'm working on their second.
Friday, April 12 The group, members of the

coed night NAS Chief Petty Officers Mess contacted who hasn't contributed.We .

-. r f Saturday, April 13 (Open) became interested in the. are aiming at getting one
Music on the House and contacted. P.N. Cole- dollar from each chief on the bse; ,
Sunday, April 14 man, Chairman of the Citizens but many have argued that that
Vespers and Refreshments, South Scholarship Foundation of Jackson- wasn't enough and given more,"

Jacksonville Presbyterian 5:30 ville, Inc. The money when all collections

p.m. Mike Lenahan, AQC, presidentof are final, will be given to the
the Chiefs Mess, received all Foundation and in the summer 4
Movie "Always A Bride" 7:15 the details on the scholarship plan special board will determine the

p.m. and then proposed to the Advis- students who will get the scholar
iii1 Monday, April 15 ory board that the Mess attemptto ships.
Training course for new Jr Volunteers raise at least one scholarship The scholarships are deter-

ILIA .I.I"BOYO.BOY"said in TV Boom 8:00 to 9:00 which will be awarded to a Duval mined on a basis of need, .>pt.
P.m* fall. Itued, scholarship and other
16 County student next qual-
A/1C Robert Rigby of the Air Forces'619th Tuesday,
Within a matter of days it was ifications. The student must be
Radar Squadron when he won the $300 merchandise jackpot USO! Jr. Volunteer Party at NAS evident that the program was of a resident of Duval county and first

at the Bluejacket Inn during last Wednesday night's gamt night. Hospital Interest to the members of the consideration Is given to students

This was the first time Rigby and his wife had been to game Wednesday, April 17 Mess and at latest count a little applying for a scholarship to attend

night. Prizes included: stereo counsel, dresser set, heating pad, Disc Jockey show 8:00 to 11:00 over the required: $250 for one Jacksonville University. Second

steak carving set, table radio, electric coffee maker, mixer, wrist p.m. scholarship had been collected with consideration given to those wish-
watch iron Corn tool chiefs still not contacted. ing to attend another Florida school
ingwear sauce pan set, cooking set, transistor Jacksonville USO Club, 318 No. many
radio I and stainless steel serving set. (Official U. S. Navy Ocean Street is open Monday Contributions to the fund are ona and thirdly, consideration Is givento

Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)). through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. strictly voluntary basis and acc- those wishing to attend other
ording to Chief Lenahan, "The schools In the Southeastern conf
to 11:00 p.m. and Sundays from
response has been wonderful, I erence to pursue courses not offer
9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
don't know of anyone who has been ed in Florida.Lifesaver .
Thursday, April .18
0 (lib Events .

Luncheon 11:15 a.m.1:45 p.m.
Addressing a group of senior
Hour 3:30 6:00
Happy p.m. citizens, the speaker exhorted,
12 Oriental Room FAW-11 Wives
Friday, April :
"The time has come when we
Luncheon 11:30
a.m. must get rid of socialism, com-
Luncheon 11:15 a.m. 1:45 p.m. Walnut Room: NATTU Wives "
munism and anarchism...
Happy Hour 5:30 6:00 p.m. Coffee 10:00 a.m.
From the rear of the hall a
Dinner 6:009:30 p.m. Walnut& St. Johns RoomsNavy;
voice bellowed "Let's throw
Dancing in Dining Room with League Cocktail and Dinner Party out rheumatism:,.too."
Charlie Jay 8:00 p.m. 12:30 a.m. 6:45 p.m.


Saturday, April 13 EV 4-6432

Luncheon 11:15 a.m. 1:45 p.m.
St. Johns Room "Stars and
Bars" 5:30 p.m.
Walnut Room: VP-18 Childrens HOUR Radio Dispatched Cabs 1
Party 2:30 p.m.
Happy Hour 3:30 6:00 p.m. Serving Di/vo// County j
V. Dinner 6:00 9:30 p.m. SERVICE BothCivilian 100,000servicemen

Dancing in Dining Room with and Military I
johnny) Jelinek 8:30 p.m. -

12:30 a.m. 4 ( //1 1 NAS AREA

Sunday, April 14 Cedar Hills Ortega Cecil Field tt&rving

Easter Brunch 11:15 a.m. -

1:45 p.m.
Special Easter Buffet 5:00 -

8:00 p.m. Reservations required g: N NtM1 FIeM
Music by the Doe Rae Me Trio

7:00 p.m.
and theIUYPIIlT I
Monday, April 15 When you need a loan for any i

Luncheon 11:15 a.m.1:45 p.m.
Happy Hour 3:30 6:00 p.m. good purpose..see HFC! I
Dinner 6:00 9:00 p.m.
Walnut Room: NARTU Dinner AREA That's a good thing to remember, anytime you find your I
6:00 self in deep water, and short of cash. For H FC has been ,
Party p.m.Tuesday
BUY YOURMOBILE a lifesaver/ to over 100,000 servicemen every year.

v April 16 We're always ready to help. I

Luncheon 11:15 p.m.1:45 p.m..
Happy Hdur3:30p.m.-6OOP.M. HUH y.c.a..e. MONTHLY PAYMENT nANI i

St. Johns Room All Wives Bridge nit tobl shoe KMipf b.-ti 14 M.a y.v s ffi I

.,. ,12:30 p.m.Oriental. FROM loon_ You can boroo SiN 5.93 7.2.9 10.01 18.48
; Room: Saratoga Wives rvor o.atn1 .. ib h1f 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.97
>Coffee UhOOa.ni. NORTH FLORIDA'S' LARGEST $600 o. \ Dinner &0*-9:00 p.m. si. 28..97 35.26 0.75 91.18
"'may .... '
,Su Johns .Hood* Du9licate&idge j .HOME DEALER. _..al'm. ,". 6M 34.39 .2..66 SASS 10980Csa

7:30 P.TO.' _. 7- ..i...-t-W..ax_pa I-t.,
u > -
-- ,
,4' !t ;; ; : acS k J-ufhtj1.f.wna.MU I.iiwti.nf
Wednesday April 17 ,,, ,' .'!:' '. ?%_.q......,.

Luncheon 11:15 a.m.1:45. p.m. .$ ....b.. .:,";''i "' ,, -:.:L' ,.'
Happy Hour 3:30 6:00 p.m.
Walnut Room: CAG 10 Wives

'Coffee Coffee Oriental 10:00 10:00 Room.a.m.a.m. : VP-30 Wives II ,JIII\S\lIItntE.( I \ \ ] (( "''nc- 25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 I

St. Johns Room: VP-16 Wives Cedar Hills Shopping Center
''Coffee 10:30 a.m. 6263 Roosevelt Blvd. 4342 Phillips. Hwy. 2200 Mayport Road 3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581

J -" ,g* Dinner 6:00 9:00 p.m. EV 4-5584 EX 8-9021 CH 6-5222
Foreign Dish night with our 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone '
From Battlesh'ips": : 398-4541
famous Wine Fountain "We Trade Anything Billygoats to tboee office I'
open Friday ereningt until 8 P.M.PUU .



'''''' a-, F

Roy Chester Selected

As Supply Personality"With I

a real can do Attitude,
V\\ 9 he makes the hardest jobs seem

like routine tasks."

t r So remarked Commander
; n1w
: ,eb\! Kenneth S. Law, Assistant Sup-
).' ply Officer, as he announced the

.,... ". selection of Roy Chester as the
> : Supply Department's Personalityof
v tL .....w r" the Month for March.

FIRST PLAQUE for the new first and second class petty officers club .Is presented to Club Man Chester, the subsection super-
visor of Stock Records Section 2 .
alter, Richard L. Helntx, All, by Cdr. Charles E. Rodgers, YP-16 Commanding Officer. Lookingon Control Division, was further,
are (L. to R.) Kenneth J. Jenkins, All and J. F. Smiley, PN1 of VP-16, Fred Tucker, ADR2, lauded for his excellence in con-

Assistant Club Manager and Cdr. L. H. Bouttee, squadron Executive Officer. The Club's cocktail tributing td the mission of the I
lounge Is slated to open this Sunday. A band Is scheduled to play for dancing from 8:00: p.m. to Stock Control Branch and for his t

12:00: p.m. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) outstanding performance as the Ir
Supply Department's coordinatorfor r
the Fleet Ballistic Missile
Everest Climbers Under Naval Study Program at the Naval Ordnance

Test Unit, Patrick Air Force Base, I It
. Personality tests of members conditions of prolonged severe search put the men through three Fla. He was acclaimed for
of the American Mount Everest stress. days of psychological testing,Inter spending many hours of his own t
Expedition have revealed that they Dr. James T. Lester, Jr., +i views and other forms of person- time to ensure a maximum of I
most resemble creative artists Los Angles psychologist accomp- alty evaluation. Only a preliminary supply support in this vital prog- ROY CHESTER I I
In their psychological make-up anying the group, conducted the analysis of this "baseline" data I
These are the preliminary find preliminary study at the Universityof had been made. A more thorough native of Oklahoma City, later he was transferred to the'I I
California before the analysis with of all the Okla. Chester served three
ings of a study being conductedfor In Berkeley a study records years Control Division and promoted to
the Office of Naval Research expedition left for Nepal. Dr. Lester and observations includingthe with the Air .Force before begin- his present position April JCL
(ONR). The Navy is sponsoringthe and a staff of research psychologists diaries of the climbers will be ning his civil service career with
study because it wants to know at the University's Institute for made next summer when Dr. Lester Medical Department here at NAS
more about how men reach under Personality Assessment and Re- and the expedition return. in December 1945.
The Initial review of data indicatesthe After a break In service of Fish are largely: carnivorous.
artistic temperament of the about 10 years, he rejoined the Most of them have: sharp-pointed I
dial EV 87i'bT6.MILITARY. group Dr. A.S. Llvlne, ONR pro- civil service ranks nere in the teeth In t the mouth with which I'
ject officer, said that it appears Administrative Division of NAS to slere their pray and hold it
b that the group has the same drives Supply in July 1958. Four months while Ills being swallowed whole i 1
that lead some men to become art-

+6 ists or compose music, except that' -
the men use their muscles to express -
AUTOIIAB << INSURAIV F their creativity.Dr. puzzleThe '< "

Levine said. Climbing 'JAax AirY'IW'II"ll1'l
mountains for these men Is a pro-
., Iutttiq(weas atvd':,d,+ found aesthetic experience." He Holt Publishing Company, publishers of the "
nR tt u a road 11O'dMcDOUGAII'S noted offering a $5.00 prize for the earliest postmarked! correct answer to
that the be I
men proved to
CE this week's crossword puzzle. Deadline for entries will be 1200,
AGENCY unusually free from worry and are each Saturday following publication. The winner will be announced \
0403 Roosevelt Blrl-Near NASJackaoorlUeLET able to throw off psychic tension in next week B issue of the Jax Air Nev. Entries. must be sentto
rather readily. They also are the Holt Publishing Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville
sound sleepers and reported remarkably 8, Fla.

SPRING little dreaming. Many of ACROSS R-Part ofautomobile (
them commented that
during pre-
1. Eo G" I A It: E R T. E RIA \
1--Animal' foot (1 pl >
vious mountain-climbing expeditions 1-Lane Period of GEM liS TA R E. CAT
NEW HAIR DO they under went exalted, A.\\' off time l P T. L. 0 T TO. .
12-The self tWive : egg HER. A
mystical types of experience. Although UTwotoeJaloth : In HALT ANT
scientists believe that such Wales APE EAR N IIEIcJ 1
Beauty Is Only Skill Deep 142reat Lake IT-l'reflx: nol .fA M E N D. BEG 1 IN. I
states of consciousness.are triggered Ventilate in-Hehol.lt. DR AD. kAS. TEA I
Let Us Select A Stylist To by oxygen deficiency at high altitudes 14-End it-Fern 22-Ktroko 24'S>mtH>1 fortantalum RANT. FP T P I T A I
Arrange Your Easter Fashion it also may be possible that 20>llelate l .. TSARS B 1c lo .
21.Note of scale 2"-lll! h rnrds S T A. CAUSE. NET
At Our New Low Prices. artistic types are more prone to 22iiuallty23lr: 22.I'ile
| : 27-Rur. 1=I'' R. EeL A T E L A J
such experience.The t enland fll pcan
Permanent. . . .6.95 settlement 28-lry ANY R E T I A. DID I : A
Expedition received nuiiter dinopening
Tints/ . . . . 5.00 a$35,000 27-Danc 29O>*fae.men l4-Cii! < I Answer To Lost W.*,,', Puxsle
.P-- Bleach/ & Ton*. . . 8.00 contract from ONR last Novemberto :30Charni31'Conjunction :12'txxate 41>Ilcbres. 47-Mu lc: aa
i ; (Include Shampoo & 50} conduct the psychological study. SJ'PoKMeNHed mouth.1 written
Style/ & Set . . 2.00 Besides the Navy's objective to find 33 32-l'liiB>HoKMemi :30-Note of Btiilo: 41'A(II suite.) 48-Hlndu/ I'34.Buh'lolllan
Hair/ Cut. . . . .'.50 how men react to prolonged severe :t7-Masonic 44-The mama Regret)
OPEN Evenings By AppointmentBETTY'S stress, it also wants to learn what 3S>deity Koundarv :"1.doorkeeper Bel1l1t 45-Nenate 40-lleraldr: &0-Arthur'Kin" ,
9 To 5 HAIRSTYLISTS happens to small groups of men 37 3Snake$9Prepare>lllt I lightly 40-lllnrtu/ queen grafted lance

isolated for long periods, such as for
extended submarine voyages or print II I' 2 3 4 I 6 7 9 10 1140Free
lJS!!!) 7319 LENOX AVE. EV 4.6871 while working at an Arctic outpost. 4J-Inrt< 'finite of
article J 12 13 I 14 ...
42-Mnuntolna of
Uuropo!: U 16 17
47..Slfvea l II 19 00 ,I.'''"'
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Toward thesheltered 27 28 :<<- 29 ...M 30 )
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Fir UM I II A.tk rl.M Hurt Oily

924 Laura at Orange LAST WEEK'S WINNER: 8141 Jaffre Drive
Mr. & Mrs. B. A. Jones JorUonvllltI if

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11 1963
PAGE JAX AIR NEWS _*..".._ ... -- ''''-'j'I' _I,:.,'N"'' APRIL .1

Notre Dame Award a


On Dividend Tax LawsNew University of Notre Dame In Open Evenings By
Indiana will present Its 1963
Laetare medal to Admiral GeorgeW. Appointment
Income tax regulations which became effective on the first Anderson Jr Chief. of Naval I/ ,Ny
day of 1963, require individuals to report dividend payments totaling Operations. The medal !Is given
$10 or more. Under the new system, the reporting is due annually to outstanding American
in 1964 for dividends earned In 1963. Catholic laymen.
All financial institutions, InVlUUIIlg -
...'....H.... .),.. ,...... h It..I...... _.._ __... .
liltV' lt/Ull UIUU1I, OlCIIUff
required to report payments of div MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEFloyd
idends and interest earned on savings tot o,,,
accounts, which amount to$10
S. Oaborne U.5. N. Ret.,
or more each year, to the Inter-
nal Revenue Service. Specific Representative e d,
questions regarding this new regulation 'N Iv
3803 Collins Rd., Orange Park p.
as it affects individualsare
answered below:
PH. CO 49393Nationwide r
What information must be reported '
and how? IRS form 1099is
used by the paying institutionin Insurance Co.AUTO 15.00 PERMANENT FOR so Mon. Tuei.
furnishing reports. This formis WITH THIS CERTIFICATE 7 Wed. Only'
prepared in duplicate and a copy -FIRELIFE
1954 BLANDING BOULEVARD 389-6 389-6618
must be furnished the individual .17. k
!! f! lt'ISl rTSllmfO
recipient, showing the amount of
dividend Daid or credited,the name
and dde3-s-r the-recipient' i--and

the tax account number of the re-
cipient. The tax account numberand

ber Individualsocialsecurity are one and the same item. BUY YOUR FURNITURE THE

Are all accounts included? Yes,
all accounts earning dividends of
$10 or more in the calendar year,
including those known to be tax-
exempt must be reported. DISCOUNT WAY IT'SBETTER
What is the reason for the new
system? The U.S. Government
estimates it has lost almost one
billion dollars each year, throughthe
failure of taxpayers to report
Income from interest and dividendsThe UfUrVI
new system is a fair and equit-
able procedure for all taxpayers. THAN L Ed ALE
What dividends must you report -
on your tax return? The ; -
law has not changed. The individual -

(and interest pay taxpayer taxes income) must upon including all still dividendsand report pay- DOOR MIRRORS DECORATOR PILLOWSHere

ments under $10. The fact that
I Is a wonderful' piece/ of mere/ion/
reports are now required, does
disel' You normally expect to pay double' SENSATIONAL VALUES
not affect the individuals
own tax 97
this. Cash and carry only.'
liability in any way. 3 754SALE

What about individuals with more PRICED.......... Reg. 5J.95 Eo. Sale Price Eo.
than one account? Internal Rev-
enue allows the filing of a separ-
ate report on each account. FANTASTIC VALUES
What Information must be furn- BEDROOM
ished the financial institution? All MODERN 4 PIECE
individuals maintaining a savings 4 PC. SECTIONALS
account must furnish the financial
Here's a real' boryainf' 'Includes sturdy
Institution with a Identi-
taxpayer 6 drawer double' dresser bookcase bed,
fication number the the These are offered In a selection of
same as mirror and 4 drawer chest. Beautifully 95 colors' and 97
covers. Buy today for all
social number. This is your
styled' for any bedroom. 6 9 l beautiful' tomorrows. 119
nine number. In
a digit report-
Ing the number, the hypens must Regular Vol. to $199 . Sale price starts at...............
be shown. If a child gets a tax-
payers identification number, this 7 PIECE DINETTES
will be his social security number MAPLE BUNK BEDS

later when he is employed.How Table with leaf has heat and stain/ resistant
does an individual apply / top. Excellent choice/ of colors' Yes, Seems Too Good to Be True' A
for a tax number? Application to choose from. 6 chairs are sturdily sturdy bunk bed complete with 2 comfortable 97
forms can be obtained direct from constructed. Values' to J99 59" mattresses and bates..plus' guardrail 59

". the Social Security Administration HOW FROM....................... time.and ladder. Truly the buy of a life
and the Internal Revenue Depart-
ment. The Credit Union Office

will necessary also have forms.a supply The regular of the THERE IS ONLY, QfcH NORMANDY WAYSIDE FURNITURE CO.NORMANDY .

application form ,for a Social Sec-
urity number (form SS-5)), or the
new form 3227(Application for taxpayer
account number) must be
submitted. WAYSIDE
What must taxpayersdo
? Individuals maintaining sav-
ings accounts must furnish the
required number to the savings
institution. The"law provided a FURNITURE CO.
penalty of $5 for failure to do

so.There are perhaps many quest- 5887 NORMANDY BOULEVARD I I PHONE I 389-1144
Ions that you may have that are 1 1t
not covered in this article. You

.-. ,. are urged to refer these to Clive
for clarification in order to be
certain of the necessary proced-

ures. .



. ... .- -' ., .-- .- '. .- .. .. .. .. .. ..


To make a long story short

boss there's walk nothing In. like having the Water Safty DesignedTo a

Curb Drivinqs

PARTSeverything >
:'f '
No one knows how many lives pendents at the Naval Station,May-
have been saved or accidents port Cecil Field and Matnslde
automotive averted because of the millionsof during the summer months. These
Sam-6pm persons who have been giventhe programs are made possible only
opportunity to" engage safely with the full cooperation of the
r r in healthful and enjoyable aquatic three base commanders and their
recreation. With about 6,500 respective Special Services
Americans drowning each year Departments.In t
it is obvious that the need for the summer water safety q 4
water safety education exists in program, which Includes classesfor
every community in the nation. No : Beginners; Intermediate; \
matter what is being done in Swimmers and Advanced Swimmer .fir '.I
your community now, as long as for persons of all ages; Junior 4 w tw
people lose their lives as a re- lifesaving (for persons 12-15 yearsof
sult of drowning accidently, thereis ages). Senior lifesaving (for : ?
-. ._ an opportunity for each of us persons 16 years of age or older), I II
to contribute to saving lives by you will learn to have more fun
convenient active participation in, and a in the water and to be safer at Ii I
credit term PHONE steady expansion of, the water the same time. Even as a I
safety program. beginner you will be able to stay I
foreign and 388-3516 The American Red Cross,under afloat and propel yourself throughthe I
domestic partsCATERING the direction of the NAS Field water and you can continue to i I
Director's Office, Building 39, take progressive courses until you I
TO MILITARY offers a water safety program for are skilled In the nine styles of rIIiIFaIJ x .. I
PERSONNEL military personnel and their de- swimming. In lifesaving Courses
will learn how to protect SMALL GIRLS, BIG BIRD-Brownie Scouts from Jacksonville I
you 1 I.. A"J.... ...... .. ter, and ..t_ .1._ _"___01. t.L l ... ..-t_. .!.... _I VAP62 .....i-,. L-1.. _
peop a '1i V. .a. a TIVVT uiv muiiiniuiii JTTUII iui uiiwiuii wi uviniy uivir recent *
GET AMISSILE to rescue persons in danger of visit. Guiding the girls on their tour is Cdr. W. E. Nowers,
drowning.The squadron operations officer. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Ron I
American Red Cross also Gardner, PH2)).
AGE DEAL! offers a Survival Program

designed especially for membersof VAP-62 Plays Host
the armed forces, sportsmanand In addition to the course taughtby
students anticipating military instructors the American Red
NEW CARS service who need basic skills for Cross has printed a manual dedicated To Brownie Scouts \

Lowest Prices swimming under emergency condi- to parents who want to
Highest Trade-in Allowance tions. This program can be set- teach the younger members of their The officers and men of
up at any time of the year that family the basic elements of swim VAP-62 paused a moment last
Easy The Nicesest Treatment in Town
enough persons are Interested to ming. The title is "Teaching week in the midst of intensive
L Justify the need. This course Johnny to Swim", and is availableat training and preparations for
USED CARS should be of vital Interest to the Field Director's Office.In carrier qualifications to 'welcome
Naval personnel, not only as every one of these coursesa aboard' 32 Jacksonville Brownie
{, III iii.I Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots individuals, but as a team. The person will gain a health respectfor Scouts.
liii 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Kings Ave. value in terms of lives money the hazards involved for The girls, comprising Troop 36
t Full One-Year Guaranteed Warranty and time lost by ,an inadequate unskilled swimmers. It also of Venetia School and Troop 199
On Every Car Sold knowledge of how to survive in teaches that safety dependson of St. Marks Church, were guided
tJIIftI water in time of emergenciescannot judgment, attitude, skills and through the squadron's spacesby
SHOP IN THE SHADOWOF THE 50-FOOT MISSILE ever be estimated. The knowledge combined, to help you W.E. Nowers, the operations
training you get may make a become a safe and sane swimmer. officer.
difference--the difference between Help the American Red Cross Besides getting a close-up view
@r GORDONTHOMPSON"Jacksonville's life and death. reach its goal to make "Every of the huge twin-engine RA3B Sky-
Another vital and very important American A Swimmer Every warrior aircraft, the Brownieswere
phase of the swimming programis Swimmer A U fes aver". given demonstrations of survival -
CHEVROLET Center" the Water Safety Instructors Any military personnel or their equipment Including the use
Course. Of the 1,900 plus Red dependents who are interested in of shark chasers and dye mark-
Cross Swimming Certificates issued having instruction or being certified -
at the three naval complexes as a Water Safety Instructor ers.Chaperons for the girls were
during the year of 1962,only fifteen or teen-aged dependents who wishto Mrs. J. L. Townsend Mrs. Wiley
qualified instructors were avail- serve as Water Safety Aids Pope Mrs. James Franklin and
able to teach the interested per- may contact the American Red Mrs. Dan Vaden who was inchargeof
SERVING sons. The WSI course must be Cross Field Director's Office in the troops.Passover. .

SOUTHWEST taugnt by advanced planing. Bldg. 39 or by calling Ext. 552. Services

as DUVAL tp

COUNTY Announced For

WITH This sign points the way to Jax


CONVENIENT Jacksonville synagogueshave
announced the dates and hours
MODERN f\ for services for the close of Pass
x BANKING The Congregatio n Ahavath
Chesed (Reform) at St. John's
SERVICES Avenue and Mallory Street will
I have services on Sunday, April
tic MART 14 at 8 p.m. and Monday, April
15 at 9 p.m., Ylzkor Memorial
Mon.-Thurs. 9:30 AM-2.-00 PM Service.
Drive-In Tellen.9:30AM-4:00PM/ 14328 The Jewish Center Synagogue
Fr/dby-930/ AM-3 PM All Depfs. Third and Silver Street, will hold
'i services Sunday April 14 at 6:30
771-611 p.m.; Monday April 15, 8:45 a.m.;
Monday April 15, 6:30 p.m. and
"THE NATION'S LARGEST Tuesday, April 16 at 8:45 a.m.
and 10:30 a.m.
MOBILE HOME CHAIN" The ETZ Chalm Synagogue Orth
of Road
odox 5864 Love Grove
will hold it's services on Sunday,
5887 ROOSEVELT BLVD.-PHONE EV 8-3564 April 14, 6:30 a.m. i Monday
WESTSIDE $ April 15, 9:30 a.m. and on Tuesday -
April 16 at 9:30 and 10:15 a.m.
Ylzkor Memorial Services.


in IAV AID NEWS __ l'RIL 1963

"Flying Peon" Marine New York LeadsIn

u' I MillionairesNew

Pilot Leaves Corps EraBy York (AFPS) The U, S.
now has more people whose incomes -
exceed $1,000,000 a year
GySgt We Ward, USMC than at any time since the 1929
stock market crash. So revealedthe
rapidly vanishing era came closer to the end this week with the
Internal Revenue Service earlyin
retirement of one of a dozen remaining members. MSgt. Ben R.
March. Its 1960 statistics, the
Hurst, enlisted Marine pilot, ordnance man and instructor retired
latest compiled, show that 306
\favino, the"Plvlnt P nnM with one less member.A .
Americans had an adjusted gross
veteran of "i8! combat mis-
{ Income of more than a million
sions, 5,000 hours in the air, most- eer began shortly after graduationfrom
dollars with 513 in
compared 1929
Trenton School in Miss-
in aircraft and High
ly fighter some exciting -
(and a mere 20 in 1932)). The
ouri. He enlisted In the
duty stations are the recollections R. Hurst in-
The bulk of the wealth is in New
Corps entered
of Ben as he completed flight trainingat
the of his lost military flight. The flying
Corpus Christ! He received to sun upon completion York City which had 87 million-
his career and is for-
ward to more in civilian his wings and Second Lieutenant Master Sergeant began his career In fighters 19 years ago. He'sflown alres-in-one-year. Philadelphia
flying bars in Feb. 1944 and immediately 35 different type of aircraft and logged 5,000 flight time, had 59, Chicago 38, and San Fran-

life.His flight time includes some began flying Marine Corps fighter mostly In fighters. (Official USMC Photo by GySgt. Wes Ward). cisco and Boston 25 each.

fond 2,000 hours in the old work- planes and had his first flight in

horse of the Marine Corps, the the Corsair. regular commissions in the Marine New Rates Available Thru
F4U, Corsair. "I loved that air- He flew from various fields in Corps. Their deeds and valor have I
plane, comments Ben in recalling the States and did some ferrying filled the pages of Marine Corps Air Transportation Office
his time in the air, including duty from New.York to California. history.The .
the 118 close air support Immediately after World War Two name of Master SergeantBen
missions in Korea. he went to China with the First R. Hurst will be found on On a space available basis all Newfares will be cut 55J5: ? on

He logged another 1,000 hoursin Marine Aircraft Wing. With demobilization many of these pages.... The ranksof servicemen on leave may take tickets costing less than $30 and
the SP2E and later aircraft in 1946, he was released the flying sergeants who now advantage of a new reduction, 68.7 when the fare exceeds $85.

,such as the F6F, F7F, F8F, AU, from active duty as a First make up the small corps of"Flying made available by commercial air Military personnel are required to
F3d and F9F He recently began Lieutenant Just 88' days later Peon" will miss Ben R. Hurst, lines, E. A. Turner, Public Transportation travel in uniform and carry acopyof
flying the C-47 and ended his he re-enlisted as a Master.Sergeant USMC, retired. Administrator, announced leave orders for the airlines,
career flying the big transport and Joined the ranks of this week. Servicemen however.
His skill and luck has held the already legendary' "Flying taking advantage of the new plan Local personnel may obtain
throughout the 5,000 hours flight Peons" or flying sergeants as they will travel in the coach or first Information at the Airlines Ticket
time as he has never lost a planeor were sometimes referred to. class sections at the same low Office, located in the Area Pas-
seriously damaged one. He He flew with several squadrons Bluejackets Inn fare. Travel includes both jet sanger Transportation Office at
admits to flying one back in froma including! three tours with his and prope.'er type aircraft. the Main Gate in Building 13 or
mission in Korea with a big hole in favorite VMF-323 which he terms Do hi's Ext. 8377.
"the best squadron I served
the fuselage and recalls some nervous ever
. moments when an engine fail with." {MAKING A MOVE?
ed in a dive on enemy emplace- He describes a tour with the Navy Thursday, April 11
ments in Korea. The engine caught Flight Test Center as the most Dance featuring Phil Kay and the Rent A
on the pull up and he says they interesting. He was testing and Chantels 8:00: p.m. 1200 a.m.
FORD Truck
learned something from this experience evaluating electronic componentsused Friday, April, 12 -
According to the flying on All Weather aircraft. Dance featuring Carl Boyd and the VANS ;'
sergeant, he was diving througha Like all full "Flying Peons"he Rhythm Kings( 8:00p.m.1200a.m.. STAKES
bomb burst from another plane held a full time job on the ground.A Saturday, April 13 ** PICK-tPS
and he figures that the heat of the graduate of the Aviation Ord- Dance featuring March Wilson and LIFT PANELS GATES
blast had used up all the oxygenIn nance Schools, he usually was the the Red Coats 900 p.m.1:00p.m..
the air which was necessary ordnance chief of the squadron he Sunday, April 14 Move Yourself
for the engine of the Corsair. served in. He is an Instructor Dance featuring Carl Boyd and the And Save Up To So/ SPECIAL
His Marine Corps and flying car- with Ordnance School here, serve Rhythm Kings 8:00 p.m.1:00 a.m. LONC.DI STANCE
ing his second tour in that cap- Monday, April 15 RATES
acity.In Dining & Dancing

/MoviesMovies years gone by there were many Tuesday, April 16 /V T, ll4ll 311 W. STATE ST.
pilots in the
Marine Corps Happy Hour 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. EL 3.868.4
with the offlcialtitleofNavalAvia- (iA/Y R A
1900 will be shown regularlyat tion Pilots (NAPs). These were Dining & Dancing 110 JULIA siT
on Monday through highly skilled pilots who for various Wednesday, April 17 tL 37475
Saturday; at 1400 and 1900 on Sunday reasons
could not qualify for I Game Night 8:00 p.m.
at the Mainside and NATTU
meaiers ana at iauu only on Sunday -
at the Hospital. These times

are subject to change.Thursday PHONE
April 11
Only Money. .

Hospital--Out Of The Clouds. MOBILE

Friday, April 12 7 Days A Week .
Mainside--Mr. Hobbs Takes A I

NATTUnlt--It's Vacation.. Only Money. 9 a.m.-9 p.m. .
Hospital -Young Guns Of Texas.
Saturday, April '13 4000 PHILIPS HIGHWAY '
Mainside--Francis Of Assisi. (US..Mint South 9t Philips" Highway Plaza) ,

NATTUnit--Mr. Hobbs Takes A f M1.iM ,

Hospital Vacation..-It's Only Money WE TRADE FOR FURNITUREOR e .pd..aWHEEL

Sunday, April 14 I
Mainside--State Fair. ALIGNMENT
NATTUnit--Francis Of Ass Is I.
Hospital--Mr. Hobbs Takes A ,

Vacation. 15MainsideDangerous Use our new Handy S 88 '

Exiles. Charge Credit Plan. '
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NATTUnit--State Fair.HospitalFrancls 30-90 DAYS, 24
Ot Asslsl. .
Ref. $1.50
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Mainside--Rommel's Treasure. Auto Service for .,..t ca, hll., nly.hrt .
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Hospital.-State Fair.Wednesdoy I CAR
Prices Cood '
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April : .
Mainside--The Notorious Land- with each new mobile CEDAR HILLS W W

lady. home purchased Cedar Hills Shopping Center TtltpSon. 771.J450.P
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APRIL 1963 ___ _._..._.____JAX. AIR NEWS PAGE 11

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CEDAR HILLS ; ; Linksters Begin

CENTER N IM Competition

Visit Our Conveniently The 1963 Spring Intramural Golf
e Complete season got underway last Mondayat
Located Lot In The the NAS Golf Course as two
C.y.r..1 of eight American League teams,
Cedar Hills Shopping Center a a a VP-30 and FA W-11.teed elfin the
I front nine start the
d AUTO LIABILITY to season.
FOR: "' d VP-30 swept It's first match
.FIRE MARINE HOME OWNERS downing FAW-11 seven to one.
the linksters from VP-5 in a clash
Low Down Payments
which VP-7 won by taking six of
ON CHEVROLETS, CHEVY II'S, CORVAIRS Easy Monthly Payments the nine points.
Representing Military Underwriters Later in the day the second
round of golfers met in the front
Riverside nine with the Marines winningover
MILITARY PERSONNEL Admin by one point, 5-4.
The Hospital "A" team, last
iChevrolet Business: 388-3583 Home: R A 4-324 year's winners of the Fall season
were taken by surprise in It's
BO L EN-WRIGHT ,?, first match when the A/C Maim
3530 BLANDING BLVD 6483 Roosevelt Boulevard golf team downed them 7 to 2.

11 APRIL 1963

; HAS Gym Japan Judo Champs
1Y. i J D'AIJ ;

: if:::*: ': '*Jk:tltf$:: :* : :S :
um 1 I't kffiQ E::II ft i I r The Mainside Gym closed last In Jax For Clinic

Friday ,for the season as outdoor
IM Spring sports' start. The gym Japan's All Judo Champion be the guests of the Florida Judo
will reopen sometime next Novem- together with that country's National Association. during the month of
Linda Lake Site For ber.The Police Champion will appear April.
Casa NAS Athletic Director'sOffice in Jacksonville on April 19, Judo I Clubs throughout Floridaare
located In the gym Bldg. at the Olympic Development Judo expected to attend the event
3, will be open on weekday's from Clinic. The clinic will be heldat including the Jax Navy Judo Club
Kroner's Fishing Contest 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for sports the Bishop Kenney High School which will participate In the clinic
Information Auditorium located at 1055 King- affair.
man St. from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. All persons are Invited to attend
. I Find your noon-hour dragging? If so, scoop up a handful of worms, Toshiro Diago, a seventh degree the fast moving Judo exhibition
grab a pole or_rod and reel, and let's go fishing for fun, for prizes I REGISTRATION-to be eligiblefor black belt, and Masatosh Murata, which the Duval County Recreation
Beginning Monday, April 22, NAS prizes, each contestant must a fifth degree- black belt, will Department- is hostinp.
Special Services will host a Noon- LICENSE fishermen using register with a monitor who will
er's Fishing Contest at Casa Linda rod and reel will be requiredby be on the lake's pier during the
Lake, located on rmingham Avenue State law to have in their contest hours.PERSONHEL.
next to the golf course. possession a valid fishing Servicei
All active duty personnelare eli- license. ELIGIBLEonlyactive
gible to enter the 10 day angling duty military personnelare
derby which will offer valuable EQUIPMENT- and reel, eligible to participate.
fishing equipment prizes to the cane pole, spinning tackle or :
fishermen whose "whoppers"don't fly rod may be used. FISHING AREA boats or rafts \'N
get away. are not permitted. There will
The contest will be conducted BAITartificial bait, worms, be shore fishing only. _
from U a.m. until 1 p.m. on work- grasshoppers or crawdads may J IEV 7-64821
ing days only through May 3, with be used. No shiners, bullhead SNAK ES- sorry, no prizes for
daily prizes being given for the minnows or any other live bait biggest snakes are available.For .
biggest large-mouth bass, blue- except small fish caught in Casa
gill or brim and catfish. Grand Linda Lake will beused. Worms those persons who desire to COASTAL AUTOMOTIVE"YOUR
prizes for these three categories may be purchased at a nominalfee enter the contest but lack proper
will be presented at the con- at the NAS Fish Camp or equipment, an early visit to the CAR DESERVES THE BEST!"
clusion of the contest. an attendant there will direct Special Services' athletic checkout
Rules governing the anglers include fishermen to a likely diggingarea. room Bldg. 704, should solve the NAVY PERSONNEL WELCOME!
: problem. J. E. Baker 6073 Roosevelt Blvd. Jax, Fla.

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Leagues Now Being Organized for Everyone
'Mlxed Doubles/ .Ladies/ Handicap.Ladies Scratch

Men's Handicap.Men's Scratch Loa'/es/ Coffee Leagues

Bantams: Juniors SeniorsTHIS



I I with one paid game, Limit one I
Il. I I per person. Void July I, 1963. :.

I __
NOONERS FISHING HAVEN-Caso Linda Lake's nine acre span will become a haven for lunch- --- J
I .
time fishermen beginning April 22 as Special Services hosts a 10-day fishing contest. The lake -' --_--_--_--_---_--_------ --1 __
has been stocked with large-mouth bass, bluegill or brim and catfish for the event. Daily and grand YOU INTERESTED IN JOINING A LEAGUE? YES. NO.
prizes will be given for the largest single catches. All,active
duty military are eligible to try their luck. (Official U. S. Navy AIR BASE
Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)). .
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__ ____

__. Foremost, Suddath Movers

C CJo Win Little League OpenersBy

of Bob Dodds, SA

Some 500 youngsters, parents, Navymen and guests were on hand last Saturday to help launch the 1963

Iant Navy Jax-Ortega A"A"" Little........A..League..... season opening ceremonies at the Station'sJDlue Angle Park.
4 e t tm gui uiiuciway with
Ibic the NAS Band playing the Nat- phies were presented to last year's Leaguers the best during their
ional Anthem, followed by Com- Senior Division winners and season. .
mander John J. Reardon NAS the All-Star team by Matt Cooneyof The Sheriff of Duval County,
Id Catholic Chaplain, giving the in- Channel 12 who was the Masterof Dale Carson,was the guest speaker
m vocation. Then the NATTU Drtl Ceremonies. Cooney introduced for the event.
m Team, The Lancers, put on a Rear Admiral Joseph M. Carson, Then Rear Admiral Carson
) ... drilling exlbition. ComFairJax and Naval Air Bases threw out the first ball of the
.. Later In the day's event, tro- Sixth N. D., who wished the LittleHLEt1J season to start the 1963 season
._ ..
off and
-------- to get the twinblll under-
1.... ,
r way.Foremost Dairy met the Jack-
sonville Frosted Foods nine In the
first game of the double header.
LITTLE LEAGUE OPENER-A Foremost slugger's at bat POW... The Foremost team won It's first
a run in the second, fourth and fifth brought the Dairy team home game of the season\\ scoring one
run In the second, fourth and
Its first victory of the season downing Frosted Foods 3.1. Sud fifth Innings, limiting Frosted
dath Movers rallied over Coca Cola 10.1 in the second of the Foods to one In the top of the
doubleheader openers. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Dick Crowe, fourth to win three to one.
PH2)). The second Little League diamond -
contest was between Suddath
Movers and Coca Cola. The Movers -
-L brought their big bats t<3 the
s plate to down the Coca Cola team
Family ProtectionIs t seven to one. All It took for the
Movers was a big first inning

Easy To Buy when Billy McCalley stepped up
V'' with the bases loaded and slammedone
over the left field fence for
the first ndslam of the
Yes-even on a small salary, you can provide pro
His team mates drove In three
tection for yourself and for family.
your more runs In the first Inningto
Through the Metropolitan, you can help providefor give them a seven run lead.
the future security of your family under a special Then In the fourth Inning, Coca
Family Income Plan that helps to provide maximum Cola scored one for It's only
protection at minimum cost to you. score of the game.

Find out about it today, at no cost or obligation.Learn C IS FOR "CHAMPIONS"-TMs human C, formed by the basketball .
team of VP-18, symbolizes Champions. The team with The Major League teams are
how easy and inexpensive it is to insure yourfamily's poses NATTU, lax Frosted Foods,
trophies that awarded this week for the ComFairJax
were winning
future.HARRISON. Foremost Dairy, Suddath Movers,
Double Elimination. Basketball Tournament. Shown In th. photo, VA-44, Coca Cola, Hospital and
JR. clockwise, are: Capt. Vincent T. Casey, ComFairJax Chief of VP-7. The Minor League con-
E. Staff, Cdr. V.' F. Anderson, Commanding Officer of VP.18, and sists of Fleet Reserve 91, VA-45

Office: Elgin 6-2621 Residence: 389-2089 team members: Lt.jg( ) J. R. Johnson, coach; Lt. Dick Titus, Ens. Supply Department, Original Pan-
William Ross; Rip Bargmann, AP2; Billy Simpson, AD3, team cap cake House, ComFairJax, North
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company tain; Ray Janney, AN; Leon Butler, AN; Wilford Chason, SN; and Florida Moters, NATTU and
Huey Maston, A 13. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, NARTU.
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I NAS, NATTU Softball Suns Open '63 Season Tuesday I Ir.

The Jacksonville Suns open here will enjoy reduced prices for purchasing tickets at NAS need not
Season Opens Mon defense of their International AAA all Suns regular season games. be In uniform at the games but

League crown next week, taking on General admission (grandstand) those purchasing servicemen's
the Toronto Maple Leafs in a ducats for 50 cents, reserved tickets -at the ball park must be
Both the NAS and NATTU 1963 Intramural Softball seasons will go
in uniform and must present their
two-game series [ box (1:35
beginning April seats. 85 ,cents, seats
start this coming Monday, April 15. Ten teams from NAS and six 16 ID card.
at 7:30 p.m. at the Suns Stadium. and children 50 cents. Those
from NATTU will the IM Softball with
get program underway eight
The Suns, a farm club of the
games scheduled as openers. Cleveland Indians, will be at home ----- -'- --- --- --
The Mainside IM program will 5:10 p.m., Field 7; AO A Navy : ;
for their first Fol-
consist of two leagues, the Atner- vs MAD 2, 5:10: pm, Field 5; eight games, I I II
the with
lowing two Toronto,
can and the NationaL The Amer- Support Services vs MAD 4, games
ican League teams will play on 6:45 p.m. Field 7. manager Ben Geraghty's champs I Do Your Summer Bowling At I II
Monday and Wednesday and the MA.INSIDE teams, time take on Rochester for two gameson
I National League teams will meeton and fields: ComOffMess vs AC April[ 20, followed by single I I II

Tuesday and Thursday. A totalof Malnt, 5:00: p.m., Albermale; VP- games in April 21, and 22. Afteran
22 teams have entered the Main- 18 vs NARTU. 5:00 p.m., York- open date in April 23, the duns Central Lanes I
take to the road and I
side event, eleven teams repre- town; 0& R vs VA45, 5:00 p.m., return May
senting each league.In Saratoga; Ordnance vs AF 679th, 3 against Columbus. I 1838 Catsat Avenue I II
the NATTU Intramural Soft- FAW-11 All singles games at Suns
5:00 p.m. Enterprise; vs
ball program there will be only VAP-62 7:30 p.m., Enterprise.What Stadium begin at 7:30 P.M.,double I 24 Newly modernized lanes, Fully air-conditioned I II
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Compliments are like perfume; Tickets for all Sun's home I
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to be inhaled, not swallowed. PHONE EV 4.4556 I
The following is schedule for are on sale at the NAS Special I
the NATTU and NAS Monday night Nonchalance is the Services In Bldg. 704, Ext. 59i I II
ability to Season tickets for the grandstandsell
contests: look like an owl when you have for $10 for adults and $5
NATTU teams, time and acted like a Jackass. for school children. Servicemen
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ADMIN LINKSTERS watch teammate Thomas Knox get their firJJ wktcli of the season underway as

they met the marines last Monday in one of the first rounds of this year's IM golf play. Watching

Knox's swing are (L. to R.) Dean Beebe, Karl Coleman, Whesley Tompkins, Joseph Millis, Cdr.D. .

C. Staley, Administration Officer, and Cdr. W. S. Schub, NAS XO. The match was uneventful for Yes, We're GoingTOGETHER

the Adminers as they lost to their competitors, 54. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone,



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i I ,

I CPO Wives NotesThe F AF Wives GivenS

CPO Wives Club met on Mrs. Exle Beck and Mrs.Connie
Monday April 1 at the CPO Club Garza gave a farewell party in .f. Driving
with Mrs. Fee Caneer Presiding.Mrs. the home of Mrs. Beck, Wednes-
Caneer announced her new day evening, April 3 for departing Training CourseAn
standing committees for the com- members Mrs. Mary Kellams and
ing six months.A Mrs. Grace Loper. Club members
change in the by-laws was and their husbands attended.It (Inovation In drivers trainingwas
proposed by Parliamentarian, was erroneously reported in begun here last week when
Mrs. Pat Coleman and will be last week's edition of the Air wives of personnel of the Air
voted on at the next meeting.Mrs. News that Mrs. Marge Schlm- t Forces's 679th Radar Squadronwere
Exie Beck discussed plans melman was the new Club Presi- given a short course on safe
for entertainment for the monthof dent, she is the Vice Presidentand driving.
April Mrs. Caneer the President. F I Some 40 wives assembled last
Mrs. Sayres was welcomed as a Friday at the NAS Operations
new club member and Mrs. r Building to hear a talk by
McDaniel as a visitor. Lieutenant Colonel Lawrence R-
The next business meeting will Allard, Squadron Commander.
be held May 6 at 8:00 p.m. at # .t1y M r They were also shown a movieon
the CPO Club. All E7, E8 and safe driving and then givena
E9 wives are invited to attend. short quiz by Staff Sergeant
5J : Nathaniel Lee.

----------, The classes are being held at the
request of the Air Defense Com-
mand as part of it's safe motor
vehicle operation program.
FIRST CLASS OF Driver's Training I I Is held for wives of Air Dependents under the age of

O73INTRODUCING| Force personnel assigned to the Air Forces 679th Radar Squadron 25 will see a 15 minute filmon
based here. Some 40 wives attended the session in the Operations safe driving attend a lecture
Building last Friday. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Ron and complete a written quiz.Those
25 of will attend
over years age
Gardner, PH2)).
the lecture and take the written

Specializing Reasonable In Lasting Pr/cei.Styles At AOl Masson NATTU'sServiceman examination.Other classes will be held as

EV 4. 871 new dependents come to the area.
MY L'.-- .;cy7W4P f' Of MonthPerformance .

of his duty In a manner above and beyond that whichIs ( .4T
DON'T SWEAT normally expected has won for a Naval Air Technical TrainingUnit p + a'1P
instructor honors as)February's: "Serviceman-of the Month"Donald
G. Masson, AOl, was -
IT LOOK WHAT lauded for his performance as
Masson was commended for his
an instructor in the Aviation Ord-
efforts in developing and execut-
nance Class "A" School in cere-
ing many of the exacting and diffi-
monies, April 2.
cult illustrations
being Incorporated -
In addition to the commendation
in Gun Manual,
a new Study
signed by NATTU's Commanding
for his initiative in
HAS FOR YOU !!! Officer Masson, will Captain receive H.for D.himselfand Allen, many of the orlglnattngatddrawing training aids f... : .
tied in his own and other classes, (.
"--- ,,, his family a free day in hist- and for his conscientious effortsin 'I- 'i
oric 'Augustine, courtesy of I
the USO and the St. Augustine other AO Schools.extra curricular projectsfor .., ,,, .s

Chamber of Commerce. DONALD G. MASSON. A01thSIair'

of Jacksonville, Inc.


$FOR A10 ONLY Shoe Riot!

day per $899pair FINEST


A Home SOME $6.99 From The Worlds
IN BELLAIR AND $7.99 ManutactuterVALUES .

No Cash VA
3rd Class & Up TO
3 and 4 Bedrooms
I1 and 2 Full Baths
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to 1995
Sizes In This
NAS and Cecil Screened Porchs
Group Are tM7. -
Full Field Session Patios Paneled Walls. .' % Only

Schools In Oil Heat Vanity Bath-,

DevelopmentStreetlights Hood', Ceraimc Tile
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e. Churchs Sidewalks Double Kitchen Sinks the ShOe fairMention

e Traffic-Safe Sliding Gld Doors
Streets This Ad & Receive A FREE
Planned Shopping Pair Of Socks With Each Pair
Center PHONE CO-4-6644 Of Shoes Purchased

Follow the signs South on Blanding Boulevard to beautiful DOWNTOWN NORMANDY
BELLAIR, "The Best BUY" On the left, only 10mlnut.s 40 W. DUVAL BLVD. at CASSAT
from 103rd Street.

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63 FORD FAIRLANE 500" $$2595 t"t"I''I'
V8, Auto, R&H, 6000 miles. Like new. \

62 MOHZA COUPE'Bucket ; /'
Seats, Gear on floor. Red with '" .,'

Black interior. .

( V8, Auto, R&H, Power Steering.
V8, Auto, R&H, Power Steering.

9000 miles, Fully Equipped, Luggage 2295
Rack, Nice. ,

62 CORY SEDAN 1795

Radio&Heater, Tonneau Over:

Radio, Heater, Power Steering, Extra 1795
MRK aT. ; .

V8, Auto., R&H, Power Steering. .
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60 BUICK HARDTOP 1695 I! :s ;

4-Door, Loaded. sA"Ju"" AWE ..,rN wt PHONE EV 4-4536

Auto.Alrconditloned.Trans., Radio&Heater, 1 1895 'C ,t r,;

4-Door, R&H V8, Power Steering. MOTORS

Convertible s5io
Good Transportation. 46 YEARS


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