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Jox Credit Union Plans Open i'

Pkg. x, y n House ; Assets Reach $5 Million !


pl The growth of the Jax Navy plain the varied Internal operations. sizes that the primary purpose of {
rr Federal Credit Union, since its Commander Nathan Cole, Jr., the Credit Union is to promote ;
I birth 11 years ago, has been NAS Legal Officer and first military thrift by means of systematic savings -
phenomenal. Today, its assets president of the Jax Union and economical borrowing.
have reached $5 million I states that"Over 15,200 military Through these measures, since
To celebrate the occasion and civilian personnel are utiliz- 1959, the assets have more than
\' Credit Union Manager Norman ing the available services of this doubled.All .
,1 ?' I P i Clive has announced that the Union worthwhile organization, makingour military and civilian per-
I located in Bldg. 39, will hold open Credit Union the largest, In sonnel on permanent duty at naval
house May 29 from 11:30a.m.until number of members, in the Stateof shore establishments in Duval
closing. Visitors are welcome to Florida." County (with the exception of May-
." observe the inner workings and The commander further empha- port) are eligible for membership.
... procedures of the Credit Union
where over 1,400 loans 5,000
of 122 other NAS enlisted Is G. P. Degarno, window
transactions, 4,000
GM2 of HAS Ordnance Department as he receives his promotion phone inquires, 8,000 allotment Jax Navy Sport Parachute
certificate from Captain James R. Compton, NAS Commanding accounts and numerous other accounts -
Officer. Seven persons were promoted to chief petty officer, 14 to are processed each month. I
first class petty officer; 37 to second class petty officer; and 64 Highlighting the open house

to third class petty officer at the ceremonies held last Thursdayin celebration will be a concert given Club Hosts SMIP MeetThe
Building 3. Assisting at the occasion ,was Lrfjg( ) Roberta L. by the NAS Jax Band. Various displays -
Hazard, HAS CI&E Officer. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Marc depicting Credit Union ser-

Whetstone, JOn) vices will be set up for viewing and
credit union officials and membersof Jax Navy Sport Parachute throughout the southeastern United
the staff will be available to exMore Club will host the first South- States. It is expected that some of
ERA Branches To Hold Memorial
eastern Military Invitational the nation's finest sport parachuting \
Parachute Meet May 25-26 at talent will be present. :
EM'sTo Whitehouse Field, located Just Competitive Jumping will begin I
Services Here Sunday ThursdayBy north of Cecil Field. The public at 8:30 a.m., and continue until
AdvanceAn is invited to attend. around 6:30= p.m., both Saturdayand
Marc Whetstone, J01 This is the first sports Sunday.
Jacksonville's two Fleet Reserve dead. undetermined number of pro- parachute meet ever held in the Five events are scheduled for I
Associations, Branches 91 Both branches have extended motion letters to enlisted's who Jacksonville area, according to a the two-day program. They are:
and 126, will hold Memorial Day Invitations to all veterans organi- passed but were not advanced after club spokesman. ((1)) Novice Accuracy accuracyto
taking the February Service wide There will be approximately 100 for Jumpers who have
Services in honor of their deceased zations and their auxiliaries to target
'Shipmates' this Sunday and next participate and bring flowers for Exams are expected to be in the jumpers representing allbranchesof made from 10 to 30 Jumps. The
Thursday. the drop at sea and graveside mail before the end of May,accord- the military service from clubs altitude for these Jumps will be
Branch 91 President W. J. ceremonies. Ing to Navy Times. 3,000 feet. ((2)) Advanced Accu-
Capwell announced that the mem- racy accuracy to target for'B'
bers of that branch, and its ladies licensed qualified Jumpers froman
will their Mem- : /II" 1 M altitude of 3,600 feet. ((3)) StyleIn
auxiliary, begin : .
orial Day observance in the All J ;. .'l,: Free Fall series of various
'>" "', ..,. .... i); ;\ combinations of aerial maneuvers
Saints 11:00
Chapel at a.m.Sunday ;;
: :;
: : during free fall from an aldtude
May 26. : .. 7,000 feet. ((4)) Group Accuracy -
A spokesman for Branch 126 .i N ..'I.., :; ; .
said Its observance will be held .. . 1 : ;r b consists of three Jumpers from an
Thursday, May 30, in the Riverside .11I.' ,4 .. y 1 t'. altitude of 3,600 feet exiting the
Memorial Park Cemetery on ;.. air craft at the same time. ((5))Baton
Normandy Blvd., beginning at Pass two Jumpers exiting the aircraft -
11:00 a.m., at which time special from 7,000 feet, passing a
graveside memorial services will baton from one to the other within
also be held for their departed 20 second Intervals.
'Shipmate Benjamin F. This Is the first military meet .- r?
Hallowell. the Jax SPC members will participate -
Following the church services In since the club's organization

this Sunday, Branch members, 15 months ago.
Since then, a total of 58 active
their ladies and guests will .E
advance to the saluting battery site duty military personnel including
five Waves, have accumulated 1400
near the NAS runway which time
three volleys will be fired by a Jumps, Presently there are 30
active members.At .
firing squad and a bugler will play
y ''S
the time the club celebratedits
taps. From here, flowers will be -w- .
r first In March of this
P ( r
placed aboard a helicopter and ,1'J
flown out over the Atlantic Ocean year, Sheila Kavanaugh, a pretty
Wave radioman third class from
where they will be strewn over the .
the NAS
<- Communications Depart-
water in of those who
memory gave
their lives in the service of their \ 1..... ment, made the club's 1,000th
country.An impressive 4TH THROUGH 23RD-TheseprluI, totaling $2,080, will be distributed June 7th here at HAS Jaxto Last month,seven jumpers Dave
planned equally for the Memorial programIs Day the lucky Navy Relief donation ticket holders. There are two sets of Bristol golf clubs, a tape Schmuck the club's president;
Services by Branch 126. The recorder, a portable TV, a portable stereo, six Schwinn bicycles and 10 transistor radios. First Sheila Kavanaugh, Miles Gibson,
members and their ladies will observe second and third prizes are a full power, air-conditioned Thunderbird, a four.door Corvair sedan Jim Parsons, Harry Wood, Rick ...
as a crack drill team, firing fully equipped, and a four.door Falcon sedan' fully equipped. Donation tickets are now available Marinl! and Ted Sergent, made i--
squad and bugler from the Naval across the Station for 50 cents each or a book of six for $2.50. Tomorrow is the last payday for exlbltlon Jumps from 12,500 (feetat
Air Technical Training Unit extend military before the drawing, and the last payday to give to a much deserving caus....The Navy the Pahokee Spring Harvest
full honors in tribute to military Relief. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)) Festival at Pahokee, Florida.r .




? MAY23,1963

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Station Traffic
Violation RecordThe ,JAX

following is a report of

motor vehicle accidents and traffic The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
violations for the period May 13 published each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station

through May 19. Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
'f \ NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS- private firm. All copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR

NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,

," I' This week May 13 through May Box 2, NAS Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before

J' "I i 19 ........................................6 publication. News items are welcomed from all sources--
," Total Accidents this year throughMay Telephone EV 9-7711, ext. 8164.
\ ) ., 19................................;Ja Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
,' l Total accidents through May concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing

>t 1 l,) 1962....................................uo Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida --

4:, \' ,\1 I :" NUMBER OF" DAYS SINCE Telephone 359'-5140 or 359-027L

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Speeding ............................14

HOSPITAL CORPS BIRTHDAY BALL-George Baker, HM1 (right) Reckless Driving..2 Rules To ObserveNo

and T.J. Antfgnano, HMC of the Naval Hospital display a poster Going through Stop Sign..l

announcing the coming Hospital Corps Birthday Ball at the Hotel Twenty-eight drivers appeared
before the Traffic Hearing Boardat one Is more aware of the season with Champion Spark
Roosevelt on June 15. The Ball is for all former and present hose Plug
the meeting held on May: 20. dangers of Memorial Day drivingthan Company's Highway SafeyProgram. -
pital corpsmen and their guests who reside in the Jacksonvillearea.
of the Includethe
Disposition cases of Seattle
John Turner These veterans lecture before -
Jimmy Geiger and his Orchestra with the "Glenn MillerSound"
following: 12 lost driving and
Washington. On May 30 In both high school. assemblies.ser
will play for dancing. Ticket ore on sale for $5.00 per parking privileges aboard the 1961 and 1962 he was Involved In vice clubs and servicemen In military

person which includes cocktails, dinner. and dancing. They maybe station; 17 were assigned to com- accidents In which his car was bases.

purchased by contacting Helen Schluckebier, HM3 at Ext. 88- plete an eight-hour course in remedial overturned. "We try to impress upor. our

245 or T.J. Antignano, HMC at Ext. 88227. (Official Navy Photo) driving Instructions; 14 Turner, In spite of his audiences the three basic rules of

were given suspended penalties; unfortunate record, Is an expert safe driving on the highway or on
six were given warnings; two were driver. Seven times he has driven the race track', These are:

SEAPOWER dismissed and six were referredto the Indianapolis 500 mile race L Stay mentally alert

commanding officers for which happened to be the scene of 2. Be courteous to other drivers
possible disciplinary action. his '61 and '62
3. Keep your car in good me-
The Navy stresses the concept have been made in the developmentand WHO'S GOT THERIGHTOFWAY "Even though we use every chanical condition

that seapower Is a continuing and utilization of ASW aircraft and ? safety precaution available to us to "Simple as these rules may
necessary force, ensuring the air-borne equipments. The team- prevent accidents." says Turner, "
This is a good question, and one sound, he says, "they cover
peace and security of the free ing up of air and surface forcesin that drivers should not insist on "we're still prepared for possible just about every phase of safe driv-

world. By pursuing a continuingbut the fight against submarines has Interpreting in their favor. Theo- trouble on the Speedway. As a Ing. If your attention Is on the

austere program of construc- resulted In the development of retically, you have the right-of- result of these precautions, my road and on the rules of the road,

tion, procurement and conversion, coordinated, effective systems, way over an oncoming car which Injuries in both flips were If you follow the Golden Rule and
the Navy is progressing In Its aimto with the ships and planes largely relatively minor"
signals for a left turn Into the if your car is in safe condition,
modernize the fleet and Its the individual limitations An safe
many minimizing expert on driving as wellas
same lane In which you want to your chances of accident are reduced
components and attendant forces In of each other as ASW turn right. Before you turn right, fast driving, Turner, along with considerably."But .
order that the United States may weapons. The P-3A "Orion"turboprop be seven other Indianapolis driversand
sure the oncoming driver knows your efforts to adhere to
maintain its international aircraft, added to the ex-drivers
opera travel the
your intentions and will allow youto these rules could be in vain,
tional and com- fleet in an operational status
capability the
turn first. If he starts to turn country offracingBy Turner points out, "if the drivers
mitments.The during the past year, will
Is responsible for eventually replace the workhorseP2 ahead of you, let him. Assertingyour around you fail to live by the
right-of-way only resultin the end of 1963. some 10,000 code of ethics.
may same highway
S= maintaining the freedom of the "Neptune, long one of the
fleet air. arm's a collision. The smartest Peace Corps Volunteers will be "That's why we try to spread the
seas, which today means on, most dependable
beneath, and above them, and patrol and 1 antisubmarine aircraft. thing you can do when confrontedwith serving In 60 countries In Latin word to young folks, still forming
"Who's Got the Right- America, Asia, and Africa.In their driving habits If our pro-
which will mean even deeper The has also been active In
? is allow the
of-Way to other
beneath them and above proportion population, Fed- gram were one hundred percent
and other basic
oceanographic driver to proceed. eral has dent
employment decreased
successful we would put a big
them In the future. The Navy- research activities. The floating
team the significantly from 17 employeesfor in the highway accident rate.1As
Marine Corps maintains instrument platform, FLIP, was
capability to project land forces launched during the year and will Blood Donors every 1,000 population a few a major national magazineonce
ashore from the sea, and In con- conduct wave motion and acoustic years ago to only 13 today. If pointed out in an editorialon

nection and conjunction with the research off the Pacific coast. Twenty-eight enlisted employment lead Increased i In the this program, the only thing
Army and Air Force we have the Three other oceanographic research recently donated blood to the Naval same Government proportion. The numberof wrong Is that these missionariescan't

unique* ability to conduct promptand ships were launched and Hospital Blood Donor Center. employees today possibly cover more than a
would be close of
to 3 million
Insteadof of thousands
sustained combat virtually commissioned during the year and Donating blood from AE "B" minority the.
the actual
anywhere in the world. If we expectto are now involved in experimentation School were: HowardD. Lawrence, million. schools that need them.ABOUT --,.

be able to meet our global aimed at increasing our AEC; Jesus BerlanyaAECA and

treaty commitments, we must knowledge of our medium of opera- Clarence 1 E.:: Worley, AE3.
continue to have freedom of move- tions. Donating blood from AE "A"

ment on the seas which are not sub- The U.S. Navy, with a long and School were Frank S.Knoll AA and
ject to many of the problems and proud record of "can do" serviceto Bruce H. Schon, AN.
limitations of land bases. In has continued Donating blood from AO
...r this country, over "B"
today's world there Is,however, an the past year to develop and School were: Fred D. AugustA03;

overriding consideration that U.S. maintain its equipmentandcapabilities Edwin J. Conners, A02; Allen I.

seapower serves the security of our in order that the record may Kellman, A02; Ivan R. McCulligh,
Nation first, for without military be sustained, now and In the future. A02.Those
security there can be no true well- donating at NATTU were:

being for our Nation. Allan R. Clark, MM2 and Mirlan

During the past year, the Navy Thanks To E. Ruryk, PN1 from Admin;
has taken great strides in research I Charles W. Hawkins, AN and

development and' technical NR ModelsMany Robert W. Morgan, SKI of Supply;
progress. The Navy s greatest Cecile M. SpeisMA3 of Traffic
contribiton to the N .t ion's thanks are extended to the and Robert G. Borror, AA of
deterrent potential, the Polaris five young misses who posed as Special Services.

system, expands its capabilities models with the 1963 Navy Relief Donating from NAS Supply was:
with the launching of each new prizes. .They are Caroline Clllone Gerald T. Kasinec, SN and Perry
submarine and with each test of of the Navy Finance Office; Cecee W. Martin of Data Processing

the A-3, 2,5000 nautical-mile McDonnald of the NAS Data Dept. NAS.Donors .

missile. Continued research Processing Department; Delores from NAS Brig were:
involving the propellant naviga- Joiner, RM3 of the NAS Edward W. Basinger AR; Fred- )Ut

tion and guidance systems Is Communications Department; erick,M. Mayhew. AR; Teddy W.
pointed toward increased Diana Henderson SA of NAS Military Ripperdan, FN; Raymond M.
''"f dependability, accuracy and Personnel Office; and Marian Strohl, AN; Paul A. Summers;

deployabllity. Lyon. SN of Administration De- James Temple AR; and RichardT. S .

Perhaps the greatest strides partment. Tucker,.AR.


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23, 1963 JAX AIR NEWS />AGE3UK :

-- NR Auxiliaries :

IE nr ee :1

_, 9l 1 Vary In DutiesAs I

the working agencies of the and employed staffs, augmented bya
Navy Relief Society, thegreatpre- much larger group of trained,
4827 PHILLIPS HIGHWAY JACKSONVILLEWEEKEND 17110NE FL 9.2951 ponderance of the Society's competenMnd devoted volunteers.As .
activities are carried on by the integrated organizations,
* Auxiliaries. Located as they are bringing to the work the Interestof -
In the various Naval and Marine the official Navy,experience
Corps Stations, they are available of social workers, the spirituality
SPECIALS! for personal contact and In a of the chaplains and the hearts
position to provide timely and of our volunteers, the Auxiliariesturn
appropriate assistance in the many In an excellent performance.
and varied situations with Perhaps the easiest way to
co-operative relationships with the portray the work of the Auxiliaries
local commands, the local Red is to cite, greatly briefed down, .,
61 FORD FALCON 63 BU ICK SPECIAL4door Cross and community resources.In a case or two from their daily
addition to financial assistanceand work. One of these involved the
Sedan with custom trim, white 2dr. ,Sedan with deluxe trim, 4 speed service cases, they operate wife and three children of a man

wall tires, radio, beater. fflOQQ transmission, R&H. Less Thrift Shops provide layettes, attached to a submarine on a
children's nurseries at foreign station. On a Thursday
One owner. . . luOU than 12.000 niles . $$2878 manage commissaries, dispensaries and afternoon one of the Society's

hospitals, and as dictated by local volunteers received a telephonecall
needs provide various other ser- at her home, asking her to
vices. come to the Auxiliary office to
The affairs of Auxiliaries are assist in arranging for trans-
administered by responsible naval portation of a wife to the British
59 JAGUAR MARK IX PONTJAC2Dr. Isles from her East Coast home.
//. T. Catalina. Beautiful red The serviceman had suffered a
Extra clean, 4-door Sedan with automatic -
finish with factory air- cerebral thrombosis and was to
transmission, radio, conditioning, P, S. 6 undergo an operation two days
and beater. . . t2145 P.B., R&H, A.T. Less 3688 later. The doctor advised that
the chance of survival was about
than 7,000 miles. 50/50 and that the presence of
the wife was recommended.

Transportation via government *
means was not available on such
short notice, so the volunteer
62 VOLKSWAGEN S W 61 CORVAIR MONZA, obtained permission from Head-

Less than 7,000 actual miles with Solid white with factory air cond., passage quarters at to pay the for excursion a commercial rate.

2nd and 3rd automatic In the meantime, the Commandat
seats -
$$2195 transmls$1875$ WESTSIDE: the local station arranged for
like new. . sion, radio a passport with the State Depart
ment, and a volunteer took the
oiJ.QITIG distraught wife for the necessary
inoculations. In less than 24 hours
Member Of F.D.I.C. the combined efforts of many
62 FORD COUNTRY 58 CHEVROLET people had the wife on her wayto
SQUIRE WAGON her husband's bedside.
Solid blue with automatic transmission The total cost to the Societywas
Less than $8,500 miles. Solid SERVING In the neighborhood of$500 as a
white finish with radio and beater. $$888 SOUTHWEST grant. The Command dispatch to
factory Air Cond. $$2837 Extra clean. . I. DUVAL COUNTY the Society stated that the presence
WITH of the wife prior to the brain*-
COMPLETE surgery was of inestimable valueto
MODERN the man and contributed greatlyto
COMMERCIAL his successful convalescenceand
BANKING the majority of the credit in

62 CHEV IMPALA 58 OLDS SUPER 88 *SERVICES Relief.making it possible belongs to Navy

4dr. II.T. Fact air cond., P.S. and 4-door II.T. Beautiful orchid & white MJr.R A....-x:10 AM-:00: PMf.wq1:70 From this work with the family
,.. the learned that the wife
AM-M PM All D. Society
power brakes. Less than finish with R&H, Power
$$2646 t1046 needed medical attention which the
18,000 miles. . . Steering & Brakes. Clean Auxiliary arranged for her and,
now, reports show that, her healthIs
Improving. The family has
moved into less expensive housingas
counseled by the Society Inter
CALL ONE OF THE FOLLOWING COURTEOUS SALES I ILANDINCOUIIYAID 771--." viewer, so that there'appears to be
a chance of balancing the budget.


Dick Smith "Red" Lloyd Jim Beach Tom Kaine Virgil Wbitley & 359-5370 SEE USFIRST.

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MAY 23,1963

-- .serve officers came to the Naval
Navy Men Locked Up -.Medical Center In suburban Beth-
r." \.nn.r I"-- *'esda, Md. for what they
;IMSGTS E 'Meeting'Washington
U.SM( k After Going to to be a seminar on the problems ,
of fallout shelters.
(AFPS). The Navy -The.-Navy stated that they had

has, locked up 34 college professors been asked to "volunteer as a
scientists andtechnicalmenwithout group to remain In the shelter for
SI'PpofThe'R any advance warning.; 'a period of time which was not
will fare on
wants to see how they disclosed. All accepted the
of and biscuits. fc' "
diet soup
a challenge.
pr The group of naval research e.r..., -:.. ;


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DOLLARS FOR SCHOLARS "That will send two Duval County youngsters to school I for a r
year," P. N. Coleman I second from right, told members of the CPO club last week when they of* 6483 Roosevelt B1d.-Near< NAS-Jacksonvtlle !
ficially turned over more than $500 to the Dollars for Scholars Fund. On hand for the official pre-

sentation was Cap James R. Compton, Commanding Officer of HAS Jax. He watches as Mike

Lenohan, AEC, President of the CPO Mess hands over a portion of the money collected to Cole-

man. On the right M/Sgt. H. M. Isenburg, USMC, a member of the advisory board, waits to hand

over the rest. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)) s

23 Civilian EmployeesGet Thresher Funds

Being SoughtContributions

Benny Suggs ChecksTwentythree >... "It All
are now being accepted -
for dependents both mili- StartedWhen
civilian I em- $50 Clarence W. Lauer, O&R: .
and civilian of the lost
ployees were presented with beneficial $30 Walter H. Fake, O&R; $2 6 tary Navy He
submarine Thresher.
suggestion awards for the Joseph M. Barnes, O&R; James E.
months of March and April The McCane and George JJ. Creech, Donations are to be used for the i Yk) BoughtThose
education of the children and
checks, totaling $640, went to O&R George Kasnias and Clyde C, a r Easy
share will be
three Departments: Overhaul and Murphy, O&R; William E. Lee, given for station .
Repair, Supply and Industrial Re- O&R; Charles T. Taylor and memorials to be erected outsidethe I CareManhaUen
chapels at the Submarine Base, _
lations. William Voltz, ; MargaretG.
The largest award, $190, was Breitmoser, IRD; $20 RobertE. New London, Conn and the f N V
presented to Philp F. DIStefano ot Miller and William G. Horne, Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. Shirts."
Supply Dept. for his suggestion on O&R; Willie E. Dobbs and Marin C, Anyone wishing to contribute

the Improved method for proces- Johnston; O&R; $15 Mary C. may Commander contact Fleet the Flag Air Secretary,

sing other Supply officers receipts.As Caton, O&R; Wilborn R. Hayes, ville, Building 1, Room 115.Jackson-
a result of this suggestion, the O&R: Mlllard P. Smith O&R;
policy for changing the routine and Lora S. Paulk, O&R. A
identifier on receipt item detail letter of appreciation went to Milo
cards was discontinued.Under the Jones of IRD; Norman L. Burris of

new system, the due cards are pro O&R; Clayton J. Perry, of O&R
cessed without changing or re- and Floyd C. Barnes of Supply.

flinching, thus saving many man- EVERYBODY
hours of time. STEREO
The second largest check, for Special

$105,went to Emmett K, Rachels of
O&R for standardization of 50-lb. ProgramA LIKES THE

C02 fire extinguisher hoses. To $3 49
reduce the cost of maintaining the
special presentation -
hose on 50-lb portable CO2 fire
on the activities of the NAS
extinguishers, this suggestion
proposed local manufacture of a Jax based Detachment Four while MONOAND
with the Naval GERMANY
standard hose which will fit all operating Support
: the will be
Forces in Antarctic
extinguishers of the size and typeIn
shown on WFGA-TV, Channel 12,
use at this activity.
Other cash award winners were: Monday, May 27 at 10:30 p.m. AUSTRIA $2.89ST

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BENNY S'UGGERS.Philip F. DiStefano of Supply Dept. (Right) elilu

receives a check of $190 from Captain J.D. Sullivan, Supply Of gn INC l y I cent e r

> fHicer for his suggestion of improved method for processing OSO ROOSEVELT MALI IAKEW00p SAN 105E. .
receipts. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2.Pl 1)) 1ACKSONVIIIE

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NEW OFFICERS of the All Saints Chapel Women's Guild were Installed Monday, May 13 In the .,
rwr Sunday School Building by Chaplain R. W. Radcliffe (left). (L. to R.) Mrs. W. R. Whitmore, President ,
, ; Mrs. A. L. McGlaun, 1st Vice President; Mrs. J. P. Stutz (proxy for Mrs. H. D. Lawrence2nd )
Vice President; and Mrs. W. W. Carter-Secretarytrtasurer. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by
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Acey Ducy USO CPO Club

When you need a loan for any Club Notes dotes

good purpose..see HFC! Thursday, May 23 Thursday, May 23 Happy Thursday Hour 4:30, May p.m.-5:30 23 p.m.

That's a good thing to remember,anytime you find your. Sing-A-Long, 7:30p.m.-10:30p.m. Games of your choice.
self in deep water, and short of cash. For HFC has beena Friday, May 24 Friday, May 24
lifesaver to over 100,000 servicemen every year. Friday, May 24 Dancing to Jimmy Geiger,
We're always ready to help. Dance with Angelinos Combo, USO May Birthday Party, 9:00 p.m. 1:00 a.m.
8:30 p.m. 12:30 a.m. 8:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m.
Saturday, May 25 I'
Saturday, May 25
=I 6 Saturday, May 25 Dancing to your favorite combo,
Jtu$ fob/ shows wmpTe O r n p4 ,,, I IwM paywh Buddy Nlte at the USO.
Dance with Cappies Combo, 9:00 p.m. 1:00 a.m.
loon plant. You bor$100 5.93 729 10.07 18.48
row any amount ton up to 200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.97 8:30 p.m. 12:30 a.m Sunday. May 26 Food Special Club Steak $1.15

$600 and arrange 300 17.79 21.88 3021 55.45 Sunday, May 26 Vespers &: Refreshments, friends Sunday, May 26
500 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78
monthly paymentt to fit 600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80 Game night 5:30 pm.730 p.m. of USO, 5:30p.m. Dancing to Kay Ryan Trio,
your need. Ckartti fr. tom/mlrl ft 3% m that pmt ./ Dance with Bud Clark, 8:30: Movies "Bellboy", 7:30: p.m. 8:00: p.m. 12:00 a.m.
tcktdulfj mentUy balances net treading 9300 11:30 p.m. 27 Food Special Roast Chicken,
and 2% .n any"....irl4n. Monday, May AdultLOO, Child, $.60
Monday, May 27 Free Dance Lessons 8:00 p.m.-

HOUSE a D Fs Pinochle and Chess Tournament, 9:30: p.m. Monday, May 27
NANCE@ 5:30 p.m. 10:30 p.m. Dance for all 9:30 p.m. 11:00: p.m. Pizza Nite

Tuesday, May 28 Tuesday, May 28 Tuesday, May 28
25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 Game night 8:00 p.m. -' 10:30 p.m. Game Night 8:00: p.m.
Write a letter home tonight. Happy Hour for one hour after
Cedar Hills Shopping Center Wednesday, May 29 Game night.

3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 Dance with Kay Ryan Trio, Wednesday, May 29
'Wednesday, May .
.. .
8:30 p.m. 12:30 a.m. s
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone 398-4541
: Disc Jockey show, 8:00 -
Happy Hour p.m.6:00p.m... p.m. Western Nite with the Country
Above office open Friday evenings until 8 P.M. 11:00 p.m. Drifters.

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\Monthly Payment : Monthly Payment

$114.72 i $110.25

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and entertainment close by. In Huntinjton -

you will enjoy city con ,

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-.-- -' i. The Clairmont Is an architectural masterpiece styled for modem living. Beautiful terrazzo floors throughout.
-- Double opening front doors lead to a day-lighted living room with exposed wood beams and Interior walls of
J brick. Abundant natural wood trim and brick fireplace i in .living room. Two glass sliding doors open onto a
rear patio with decorative private wall. Sectional design affords gracious living by separation of living-dining area. Kitchen has
--- r, breakfast bar, full panel lighting and cabinets designed by skilled craftsmen. Built-in oven and range with hood. Master bedroom
F'a has exceptionally large dressing room with double sink vanity. Two other bedrooms with tiled bath. Double carport solid concrete
drive and landscaped.
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I Super O&R White Room Abreast Of Buck Rodgers Era

By Marc Whetstone, J01
Within the radius of sandblasting under the guidance of Captain
paint spraying and spark- weapons guidance and space Be checked by highly sensitive Robert H. Fagan, O&R Officer, is
flying welding shops at the NAS vehicle systems. So it is that particle counter which measures classed as the most strenuous
Overhaul and Repair DepartmentIs extreme caution must be taken to dust and will sound an alarm If cleaning room ever designed.NATI4LJ .
I an area so clean and dust free guard against this invisibleenemy.Unbelievable too much 1 is detected. 1
that it' may far surpass any precautionary This cautious routine is
surgical ward In the world. measures are taken by the 20 some repeated each time the employeesenter Honor
Covering an area of 4,700 square technicians who work within the the White Room. They are
feet, the ultramodern facility, special air-conditioned spaces. given two breaks a day in additionto
called the White Room,is designedto Each employee must go through a their lunch period. Grads NamedTop
eliminate and control dust check off list as though he were Working under such conditions
particles so small they are invisible about to make a Mercury launch could possibly seem frustrating graduate from NATTU's
to the naked eye. before entering his working area. especially for specially trained schools on Friday May 17 was
Its' systems are capable of This list consists of: janitors who constantly are at work M.L. Disher, AEAA, who grad-
F. filtering dust larger than three .Remove all personal articles, cleaning the spaces-.-their uated from the Aviation Elec-
tenths of one micron. (There are such as billfolds car keys, sponge mops and water never once. trician's Mate Class 'A' School
from 75' to 100 microns in one cigarette lighters. showing a trace of dirt. with an average of 8873.
human hair). It removes over 95.8 Women technicians must remove The White Room is the secondof Pvt. H.p, Wirtz, became the
per cent of all contamination within all facial makeup. its kind in the United States, its other Honorman for this week
the room. .Pass over a shoe cleaner. counterpart being located at the when he graduated from the Avia-
Why the need for such .Receive a 40 mile-an-hour air Overhaul and Repair Department, tion Ordnanceman Class'A'
cleanliness? bath in an air lock room. NAS North Island.SanDiego,Calif. School with an 82.45 average.
In this Buck Rogers era we live .Don special synthetic coveralls The facility here, however, The Honorman of each classIs
FRUSTRATING TASK is that in, highly sensitive instrumentscan complete with hood and boots a the individual who completesthe
of janitorial staff which seeks be damaged or quickly worn which cover shoes. course with the highest scho-
dirt in dust-free O&R White just by a mere speck of dust.These Scrub hands and nails with Thousands of Americans regu- lastic average in his class. The
Room. (Official U.S. Navy Photo Impurities can cause pure havoc in liquid soap and dry by air. larly buy Series E Savings Bonds only exception Is that rated per-
than A investment
by Ron Gardner, PH2P1)Marshall ) the efficiency of such gyro .Step on sticky gelatin mat for previously. sonnel may not be named Honormenfor
:: $100 at the end of this period.
pays Class'A'
mechanisms used in navigation further elimination of dust. Courses.
.Take another air bath.



LeadershipHonorman -, NEW CARS

Lowest Prices
Highest Trade-in Allowance
; .Easy Terms- The Nicesest Treatment in Town


By D. W. Warren, J03
: Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots
An Aviation Machinist's Mate wI Il?I 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Kings Ave.
from the NavalAlrReserveTrain- Full One-Year Guaranteed Warranty
carried off the Honorman
Plaque ing Unit from NATTU'sLeadershlpTraining ;J On Every Car SoldISHOPINTHESHADOWOFTHE50FOOT!

here last Friday.Class which graduated -T- MISSILE

M.J. Marshall, ADR2 finished
the course with 1335 points of a @r GORDON
possible 1500 good for an 88.99ft HIGHLY SENSITIVE navigational and weapons guidance systemsare THOMPSON
average, to top a class of 20 sec overhauled in O&R White Room by technicians who wear dost-
ond class petty officers from free coveralls, boots, hoods and_ gloves. (Official U. S. Navy "Jacksonville's Center"
Navy Commands throughout the Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1))
Jacksonville area.
The Leadership Training Pro-
gram Includes classes in drill and
command public speaking Communism New 'Gray Eagle'
American Government
naval history and principles of Norfolk. Va. (AFPS) Vice
leadership. Adm. Wallace M. Beakley,Deputy
Captain H.D. Allen, NATTU Commander-In-Chief Atlantic and
Commanding Officer, presented U.S. Atlantic Fleet received theNavy's NAVY"PER
graduation certificates to the "Gray Eagle" title on
20-man class. April 24.
This was-the first class devoted The title is given to the naval
exclusively to E-5 personnel since aviator on active duty who has .00 PAYS ALL MO.
the course's inception in 196L been flying the longest. 4 BEDROOMS l/2 BATHS
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; 1963 JAX'AIR NEWS f PAtE 7

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PHILC I 13riPfeose Being annual SoughtThe membership

campaign of the Jacksonville
Symphony Association now is in
progress and will be completedIn
June. This non-profit civic
organization was founded in 1949to
Die Cast f f f 1 1' provide fine music for public
enjoyment and to give playing
opportunities to the best local
CarryingHandle f musicians. Promotion of musical

=' education among young people also
has been a continuing goaL Concert r
series for students from the fourth
Lightest grade through high school
Slimmest i acquainting them with the worksof
the masters and the best of
Easiest to
contemporary compositions, have
Carry had a major role in cultural

Weighs Only development.First .
Top concert for the 15th annual
Controls r b 3S Ibs. concert series is scheduled at

8:30 p.m., Tuesday, October 22,
A" Round ) : in the Civic Auditorium. Guest
Side Artist will be Miss Phyllis CUrtin,
? $:Y
Speaker : :: MountedTelescoping rising young soprano,and the Jacksonville -
Symphony Orchestra will
3 be directed by John Canarlna,
F. a K music director and conductor.
PIVOTENNA Canarlna is in his second year
with the symphony, coming to
Jacksonville after being an .
i: 4 assistant to Leonard Bernstein of
the New York Philharmonic
Ladder Grid '
a Orchestra.
Tuner ..eta Membership contributions to the
Finished symphony may range from five
dollars to more than a thousand
Back'' } 4 T 4 Safeguard dollars, depending upon the
f 1 Interest and the financial -
: i. capabilities
4. < )
I System
of individuals. Last year
A Two Tone 1 960 individuals and 209 business
firms contributed to the assoc-
iation. About 2,600 people

4t i .' ..., purchased season tickets for the
; Modern : 1 tt series of six concerts given '

% : between October and May.
Membership contributions to the
114 ENGRAVED : / JtIIAluminized symphony may be mailed directlyto
the association office at46 West
Duval Street with a notation of
Picture Tube the donor's name address and
telephone number. Official
.... mem-
t.e '-1. .
bership forms may be obtainedby 112I.. .M..
) ......We_. s 711A5 telephoning EL 45479.Bluejackets .
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90-DAY SERVICE at No Cost to You i S 1y ao Data's

Philco warrants to each original U.S. purchaser for 90 days full exchange or repair c\ QA oHy c Ct Thursday, May 23
(including service costs) of any part or receiving tube with inherent defect in work 19
manship or materials. Cathode Ray Tube warranted additional nine months. Warranty Dance featuring Phil Cay and the
effective upon receipt of completed registry card. Compacts and Portables must be Chantels and Dance Contest
carried to authorized dealer or service location.PORTABLE. ."v..MJ 8:00: p.m. 12:00 a.m.

Friday, May 24
Dance featuring Carl Boyd and the
STAND FREETHERE Rhythm Kings 9:00: p.m. -
1:00 a.m. Food Special Full
basket freshwater Catfish v
french fries, coleslaw and hush-
puppies 3.90.Saturday .


Dance featuring March Wilson and
the Red Coats 9:00 p.m.-

NORMANDY WAYSIDE 1:00 a.m.Sunday, May 26

Jam Session 2:00 p.m. -4:00 p.m.
Dance featuring March Wilson
and the Red Coats 8:00 p.m. -

FURNITURE CO. 12:00 a.m.
Monday, May 27
Dining and Dancing. Food Special-

5887 1 1 NORMANDY I BOULEVARD( I I PHONE 1 I 389-1144 1 &Steak s Abri(choice- SLOOTuuday,ribs May) with 28 potatoes

OPEN .Sunday 12 NOON to 6 PM Monday Friday 9 AM to 6 PM Jaturday-9 AM to 6 PM Happy Hour 5:00 p.m.-7UO p.m. -

Dining& Dancing
Wednesday, May 2!?

Game Night 8:00 p.m.MAY'23 .


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tr Mrs. Rodriquez: Supply PersonalityThe

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May Supply Personality of "She is never too.busy to help F'i'
the Month has been named as Mrs. others," the Captain said. w;
Fabiola Rodriquez, a stock control Mrs. Rodriquez has studied sign
clerk in the Control Division of language for a year and a half
the NAS Jax Supply Department.In so that she can relay religious 4Jfry
announcing the month'sselection services to 25 deaf members of

Captain J.D. Sullivan, her congregation.Born .
Supply Officer, lauded Mrs. in Havana,Cuba the Supply
Rodriquez for the highly efficient Personality came to the United
manner in which she performs her States with her family when she
) .lWy own duties as well as other was 12 years old. She began her
(, assigned duties during peak work Civil Service career in June 1956as
: load periods. a clerk typist in the Communi- llftTx
cations Department at Key West,
Fla., transferring to the NAS {
"Doctor", said the patient to Supply Department in February ...w.r.
his psychiatrist, "I'm afraid. 1960. She was promoted to,her
There's a big alligator lurking out present job in March of this year. MRS. FABIOLA RODRIQUEZFOR

side my apartment."
,I "Poof," said the doctor, "come TilE BEST DEALS ON THE BEST AUTOMOBILES]
back and see me every day next
xI week and Til soon have you curedof See--Moon Mullins

CONFIRMATION-His Grace, The Most Reverend Joseph P. Hor- The patient came back four daysIn : LCDR..(USN RET.)

ley D.D. Archbishop Bishop of St. Augustine, administers Con- a row. When he didn't show up
on the fifth, the doctor called him. at .
firmation to David Vincent. His sponsor is T.J. Antignano, HMC "Haven't you heard?" the

of the Naval Hospital. Twenty-four children and adults received building superintendent answered. the big yellow building ((11th & Main)
their First Communion during the ceremonies while 58 were con- "When Mr. Jones came out his

firmed. Brunch was served at the '0' Club following the services. door yesterday, an alligator ate New RenaultsPeugeotsStudebaker8.
(Official U.S. Navy Photo by J. L. Brown, PH3)) him."

PHONE EL 6-3993,

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EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMS headed the list of topics discussed recentlyby
this group comprized of NAS Jax officials and members of a study group from the Potomac In-
stitute Inc., of Washington, D. C. They are (L. to R.): Furman Templeton, Director of the Balti-
more Urban League; Leonard B. Eubanks, NAS Industrial Relations Officer; Arthur Levin, Staff IN BELLAIR
,.. Director of the Potomac Institute; Capt. J. R. Compton, NAS CO; John G. Field, Chairman of the
study group; Cdr. D. C. Staley, NAS Admin. Officer and assistant in the Station program; Stephen WE'RE
Rohr, Office of Industrial Relations, Washington, D.C., and staff specialist on EEOP; and Jerome SELLING QUALITYOF
Zeigler, member of the study group. During their visit, the group, making a study of DOD Equal
Employment Opportunity Programs at 22 DOD activities, held interviews with IRD employees and COURSEWe
both minority and majority group employees. (Official U.: S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1))


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MAY 23, 1963 j

PU ZLE' '\ $ p&vi! MoviesMovies

will be shown,regularly;
The Holt Publishing Company publishers of the Jax Air News is at 7 p.m. on Monday through
63 MODELS offering a $5.00 prize for the earliest postmarked correct answer to 2 and 7
Saturday; at p.m. p.m.
this week's'crossword
puzzle. Deadline for entries will be 1200,
each Saturday following publication. The winner will be announced on Sunday, at the Matnslde and
in next weeks I issue 01 the Jax Air News.' Entries must be sen( NATTU Theaters and at 7 p.m.
BUDGET to the Holt Publishing Company 4724 Clyde Drive Jacksonville only on Sunday at the Hospital
8 Fla.
Theater. These times are sub-

ACROSS J: I'arent teacher orKanlsatlnn- ll IR!' ""<:ID.T E 15 S. S PET ject to change.
RENT-A-CAR, J-Ilrewer'8 EWE. I RAN. PUR II:: Thursday, May 23
SlflRhCBtpoint (il>br.) S EN T E N c E .''E L/ A Malnside Critics Choice
U.I.nnKpcl ChaHtlMt'BOllnibhiK for b t> D E R H E E 0 S .. Brummel
1 NATTUnit Beau
9-Xllnor Itemll'ltlemlshcM t- I MESA. HER. A A R
FULLY EQUIPPED plant .. SPAT 1 1ST LIE Hospital Gunfight at OK Corral
Pronoun :I'Caudal I PO S E R S. 5 LEE P151 Friday, May 24
IC-Hymlxil 14-ltaton fortellurium Caustic appendage A R I S E c 0 E 1). Malnside The Great Waltz
substance RAM. S 0 R tT A P S E NATTUnit Critics Choice
l7-l'lgpen ::!Mffore
.. PAT t: RS NAP :)
n JULIA ST. l!>Dlned :n.Trent of Hospital Beau Brummel
20JnnenIllnrt: liln-h I fanillyA T A LeT A I L S PIN I
Across -.fcftotr The Mayfji of foot :I!. (' I\ AI<: f RES N E ATE Saturday, May 25
>* 23: >Kqiiallty Kround S
rY E IRJER END. LIE Malnside Gypsy.
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blrtln Answer to /last wvcfc* puzzle. NATTUnit The Great Waltz
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:t:.I'nlft'nt1: Lxul1' )Itroc\uct\ Sl-Sole: or train Malnside Period of Adjustment
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Wednesday, May 29, 11:30: a.m. Till Closing

Q i Music By : Comfair Jax Band At 11 =30 (Mainside Only )

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FREE REFRESHMENTS (Mainside and Cecil Field ) UP I

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I Magnolia Ball DepictedAs e

Finest. In Years.

"One of the finest Magnolia By Mae Spencer, JOl Wrist Watch-Captain L. P.

Balls In years". Elementary School Pressler. FAW-llj; Alabaster -f k r
This the Timuquana from Southern Wholesale
was comment Lamp
of retarded children),
expressed by many after attendingthe Daniel(class Memorial Home and NAS Furniture, courtesy Jack Martin- .OM
12th Annual Officers Wives Mrs. Jack A. Pate, VP-5; Golf
for children's
Club sponsored Magnolia Ballheldlast Library Chairman for the Ball was Mrs.H. Balls (two boxes-Captain) W. K.

Friday and Saturday evenings. A, Hay, assisted by CoChairman Rhodes (retired); Case of Chateau -
The '0' Club was resplendently Gay Champagne-Henry Bugin FLIGHT TO Nassau of MackeyAir
Mrs. R. N. Dahly. Theywereaided WINNER OF A FREE courtesy
decorated as an Italian Garden. Bass in Billy
( player May
by Officers Wives representatives Lines, Lt. D.N. Pasquale of the NAS Medical Department re-
The Orchestra with Orchestra Case of Canadian
Billy May )
from the various the Ball from Mrs. R.N. Dahly
ceives his tickets at Magnolia ,
Frankie Lester played for dancing.The Club-Lieutenant Commander H.P.
first such Ball was held in squadrons and units based here. Wintrich, Naval Hospital; Man's Co-chairman. Looking on are (L) Mrs. H.A. Horton and (R) Mrs.
Mrs. Robert H. Fagan, JOWC 2nd H.A. Hall Chairman. (Official U.S. Navy Photo)
April 1952, thus the formal func- Wallet-Captain Milan Diklich, ,
Vice President, received special
tion spans more than a decade of Naval Hospital; and Man's Wallet-
thank for her efforts from the
colorful history.All you Colonel C. W. Powell, BOQ.
Ball Committee. 41. LARGEST A !L
proceeds from the charity Magnolia Door Prize winner of a free V .4411SELLING -V
winners were MOTOR SCOOTER
affair will be distributed among the Lucky prize : flight for two via Mackey Air Lines
Autumn Haze Let-out Mink
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Stole from C. B.
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officers doing so recently.The .
trio-Robert A. Barth, ) the3UYPIHlT

Sanders W. Manning and RaymondR.

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Intercom which carried their Reenlistment PolicyFor / ,motion.In .
cases where total active duty
peculiar squeaks to Capt. GeorgeF. Pvt's., PFC's will be in excess of six years, requests -
Bond, the Naval doctor In chargeof
for extensions or
the .

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Before leaving the tank the men
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Gray Ladies Win Praise At


YOU ENJOYED : 40th Graduation Ceremony"The

Mae Spencer JO1Nava
Live Maine Lobster. translation Into action of Hospital Chaplain. The and Mrs. Jesse westerman; one
() Chateaubriad the objectives of the Gray Lady Awards were presented by CaptainJ. year bars Mesdames Roy Cobb,
R Sl Douquetiere .2. Organization has been of great M. Hanner, Hospital Com- M.E. Feltham Albert Gastiger.E.F. .
Chukar Partridge Rissoto V significance not merely In manding Officer., Hildebrant, RH. Hlssam H.S.
Suckling Pig Rissoto answering personal need, but In Others assisting In the cere- Potter, A.P. Pullar, W. R. Rambo
r Elk Steak maintaining high morale throughout monies were: Commander E.F Shine R.E. Trescot G.C.
the entire Jacksonville Naval Geraldine Houp, Chief Nursing Veitl and W.T, Wilson.
YARDOJF Complex," so spoke Captain Service, capping; Mrs. Harold Graduates who will serve at the
A BEER? James R. Compton, NAS Com- Brown, Chairman Supporting Ser- Naval Hospital are: Mesdames
You'Eat itW manding Officer at the 40th Gray vice Duval County Chapter American [- John Boniface: Linton D. Brad-
Next Time Out Lady Graduation and Award Cere- Red Cross, pins; Mrs. JamesR. dock; S.P. Burgess; Winton W.
Escape The Every Day At 1jf mony held Tuesday, May 14 at the Compton, On-Post Chairman of Carter; James A. Crider; John C.
Naval Hospital. Volunteers American Red Cross, Galle; Byron A. Gaudry, John K.
"During the past 12 months an NAS; Mrs.Jesse Westerman,Vice Hemmer, Ralph E. Langston,Rob-
average of 71 Gray Ladies have Chairman and Mrs. E. F. Hilder- ert McCartney III; Francies M.
logged over 17,000 hours of ser- brant, Chairman Designate Gray McGahee, Phil Y. Parker; LeRoy
vice In our local Naval Hospital", Ladies, Naval Hospital, Candle- Robert Stehle; John D. Sullivan:
( he revealed. The Captain also light Ceremony with Gray Lady Claude Tully; Fredrick Voisen;
tltson't outlined the work of the Organization Pledge. Marvin Wilhite; Elise Windham,
and praised the ladies for their The ceremony was followed by a and Miss Carolyn D. Gregory.
contributions of time and work. reception for the graduates and
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Jax Navy Wins District/ / Pistol/

Trophy 2nd Consecutive Year


The Jax Navy Pistol Team steps By Marc Whetstone :JOI NAS for Atlantic Fleet Rifle and

Into the winner's circle'at the NAS Fla. } Pistol Championship matcheswhich

Theater at 2 p.m. today for the There was only one woman_ representative 'i will get underway June 3.

second consecutive year,to"retain in the matches. She

the 1963 Sixth Naval District is Kay Durbin, SA, from

'0.' : ......,.. Championship trophy. Charleston. She won her division Reminder: The goal during the

/....... _.-, .... ..r ".....- Winner of the district rifle team uncontested. Treasury's Freedom Bond Drive,
... '-1.,' .'- trophy Is NAS Sanford which com- Beginning next week, top May 1 to July 4, is for every fam-
% w T'/"' "" \. .' piled a score of 895-42v ahead of shooters from throughout the East ily to buy a Savings Bond.

r > # ; \ the second place teams'from NAS Coast will start gathering here at

." Cecil Field which chaulked up a
) ; 856-22V tally.
: \ .
,' \'" l'.1 :' t There is a total of 16 awards to .

t ; be presented to district marksmenby
NAS Officer
Commanding ,
> ,.Jf (
1 < y Captain James R. Compton.
/ Members of the winning 6ND I

"" pistol team are C.L. Llnza,AECS
... : SHOP
\ ") ...... d
of CWO Dan Gerbts of
". VAP-62G.L.; West,ATI of VP-30; VARICIT still
and R. V. Garren, AXl of VP-30.

They amassed a score of 103915xout SPECIALROOSEVELT

of a possible 1200 ahead of the

second place team from NAS Cecil MALL
TOP SHOOTER, James Nixon, TD2 of Cecil Field displays a Field which fired a 1003score.The

series of hits that made him a top contender in the Sixth Naval matches were held Monday at the

District Individual Pistol event. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by NAS Pistol Range.

Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)) Members of the championship 20" 4 CYCLE

rifle team are: C.A.Vining,ATCS

of VAH3;Ensign D.O.Towner,NAS;

I.t-A. W.F. Kohlrusch, AQ1 of VAH3;
AF679 Wins
Sanford.and A.J Yuzakewich ADJ3, NAS BRIGGS & STRATTON

Plants Grass, Over NARTUAF Top shooter in the individual

pistol efforts is J.C. Nixon, TD2,

of VF-174 at Cecil Field, who

Watches GrowthBy fired a 534-9x score out of a
679 probably pulled the big
possible 600. He was followed by
win this week In the American
Leon Dulin JOSN
Linn with a 531-13x; Lieutenant
League Intramural Softball as they POWER
Commander J.L. Tripp of the
It looked like a fabled situationas did both themselves and Ordnancea

the batter stepped Into the box. favor by nipping NARTU 2-0. Naval Station, Charleston S.C.,

The game was at a climactic Inning This; elevated the AF679 standingto with a 528-7x; West with a 521-8x;
and O.H. Chitwood, AQ1, of VA-44
and his team was one run behind a second place tie with NARTU
with on first base. The Cecil Field who turned in a score
a and Ordnance '
a one
gave game
pitching had been especially tough edge for first place in the league.In of 519-6X.
The Individual rifle results
and he could all ,
the entire
night this game both teams hit four MOWER
turned in afternoon listed
Tuesday ,
but see the wheels grind in the mindof
times but as Softball goes, AF679
four of the five award winners as
the pitcher as he picked up the
did their hitting when their men from NAS Sanford.
hailing Leadingthe
rosin bag. The fellow was really
were on
of list from Sanford was Vining,
throwing and he had been ahead
With half the
over season
gone of
with of 231-7v
a score out a
the batters practically every time. top teams in the American Leagueare
250 Next
possible points. was
The pressure was on and both Ordnance 8-1 NARTU 6-2, Ens. Towner, with a 225-8v tally SAVE 4.22 ONLY
knew It.The .
AF679 6-2, VA-45 and VAP-62
Third Nixonof
place went to
batter had pretty good luck 5-4. -
the stick in earlier .. VP-174 who fired a 223-15v.
with games. Hospital, VP-7 and VP-30 run
Fourth and fifth place winners,both
be this was his night.
1-2-3 In the National League.
The pitcher dropped his handsto also from Sanford, are Yuzake-

the lower part of his wind up wich, with 221-11v and Kohlrusch, :

and was well into his presentation. with a 2t6-4v.
of 42 shooters made 37.77
Seven teams
The man at plate
Jax Archery this district matches.
thought, "Dig in here It comes.. up year's
Represented were the USS
it's a curve., my ball my meat.
WHAM! The ball was well hit. Club Hosts Yellowstone, VFP-62 'of Cecil

It singed the grass halfway between Field, NS Charleston, S.C., and

third base and left field, onlya State MeetThe the Naval Air Stations Sanford,
Cecil, Key West and Jacksonville, Us. Our Lay.A. 4423 Roosevelt
couple yards from the foul line.It .
rolled past the left fielder. WQY Plan. No G. C. M urp h y C O.Blvd. Roosevelt
Jacksonville Archery Clubis Bonds help Americans EdrQ
The runner on first sensed it to Charge. Mall
sponsoring the State Field build financial security for them-
lick and but
be a was now
Archery Tournament to be held on
from third with selves and their country.,
steps away
Gun Club Road.Registeration.
steam to carry him home with .
begins at 7
the tying run. With no fence,there
Saturday May 18. Entry fees are
doubt in the third base
was no
$4 per shooter or$6 per couple.All
coaches' mind that it was a home ( 1963VACATION
participants must be registered

run. according to state rules.
his hands,
The public is invited to all
the coach was motioning the first
matches which are scheduled to CLUB
runner in and then he turned with
begin at 9 a.m.on both Saturday and
great expectation to a sure winning Sunday.

run.The base paths were empty I '''. _.. STARTSJune
NAS Golf Course Sets :
Where was the batter? He wasn'tthere

In the excitement of the hit I
Free Kids Golf ClinicThe 1st at
and the tense concentration on the

tying run, he had forgotten to Second Annual Children'sFree

leave home plate. Golf Clinic will again be

This tale may sound farfetched, held at the NAS Golf Course on your : e9i

but it really happened. If you June 14, 21, 28 and July 5. RIVERSIDE BANK

,don't believe it, ask Bill Jones, J')c MacDonald, club pro, will Family

HM1 of that winning Hospital team conduct the lessons from 9- bank L 1234 KING STREET Phone 384-7541

(that .is if manager-Dr. LW.Bickerstaf 10 a.m. for children between 8-12 I oN NI I YIDAL DCPOSIT INSYIIANC COIIPOIIATION ,
[ has stopped chasing years and from 10-11 a.m. for all

hfi over 14 years. .





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GO..with FOR WOODWORK Is one of many of the HAS Hobby. Shop's leisure i

time activities provided for station hobbyists. At the drill pressare
6 MONTHS (L to R) retired Army Officer, Arnold M. Freeman and Bernard
FAST Macklin, a Special Services instructor. (Official U.S. Navy Photo
by Ron Gardner, PH2.P1))

ACTION Hobby Shop Features

DEALS Woodwork ActivitiesBy

Leon Dulin, JOSN

A couple of weeks ago a notice at the sight of a fully equippedarea.
about the Special Services Hobby A whole floor, large enoughto
Shop was. received here In Air accommodate a goodly number
News concerning,'an 'effort that of people, is furnished with Jig
was being made to make it an and band saws, lathes, planers and
attractive and enjoyable place table saws. An ample assortmentof
where .people could put some hand tools are also available.As .
leisure time to good use. After Ray Steinshouer and Bernard
having visited the, Hobby Shop, I Macklin, two full time instructors,
for one was surprised to see suchan displayed a new drum sander one
assortment of things to do in pointed out that some 400 visitors
some five different departments. had been logged In April and that
Beginning with the Ceramics the age span of wood workers
Department last week we featuredthe ranged from younger dependentsto
first in a series of articles retired personnel
designed to encourage new participation Whether you are an accomp-
4 ACRES in Hobby Shop activities.To lished cabinet maker or merely
me, one of the more enjoy- wish to put together a little what-
OF CARS able departments is the Woodwork not shelf there Is plenty of avail-
Shop. In recollection of high able assistance and material to
school shop days I was delighted be found there.



Regular ScheduleBy

Friday, May 17, five Intra- Cockers, In turn, must sweep all
mural bowling teams had clinched four points for a 1/2 point margin.
either a first or a second placein The bowl-offs, according toMc-
their respective leagues to Caffrey, will be run off using a
entitle them to participate In a six six team round robin system, with
team bowl-offtodetermlne the NAS each team assigned, accordingly,
Champion. They are,In the American to a pre-determlned rotation
1 League, the Chiefs (first) method.
and either the Cannon Cockers or
First Night
the Falconssecond. In the Con-
tinental League the top teams are Chiefs vs ComFalrJax
the Hornets and ComFalrJax Hornets vs Griffins
(second). The Owl Hoots and the Owl Hoots vs undetermined
rya.'I Griffins respectively placed first
TrIg and second in the National League. Second Night
Because of Patrol Squadron Griffins vs Chiefs
Seven's assistance in the Project Undetermined vs Hornets
PERFORMANCE Mercury space effort their team, ComFairJax vs Owl Hoots
CHAMPION the Falcons, was unable to bowl
GALAXIE FAST BACK Monday to settle with the Cannon Third Night
Cockers for the second place Chiefs vs Hornets
vacancy In the American League. undetermined vs ComFalrJax
Frank McCaffrey, NAS Athletic Owl Hoots vs Griffins
Director stated that he would
meet with league champions and Fourth Night
runners-up to set bowl-off datesas Owl Hoots vs Chiefs
soon as the Falcons and Cannon Griffins vs 'undetermined
Cockers have made up their match. Hornets vs ComFairJax
1 The Falcons who carry a 35-1/2 -
16-1/2 win-loss record, need to Final Night
win only one point from the Cannon Chiefs vs Undetermined
Cockers ((33-19)). The Cannon ComFalrJax vs Griffins
Hornets vs Owl HootsCn"

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Skeet Shooters Win

At Savannah TourneyTwo

NAS Sax skeet shooters R.L. "Doc" Parsons, of
b boasted good showings In the NATTU. captured a third place In
Cheetham Wilson Memorial Skeet the 20 Gauge Class B Champion-
Championships held this pastweek ships by downing 94 out of 100.
In Savannah Georgia. Ken The next match the lax Navy
Pendergras won the AA Open All Skeet Team will participate in
Gauge Championships and placed will be the World Military
third In the 20 Gauge Champion- Championships to be held at Ent
c--- ships. In the first event he hit Air Force Base In Colorado
100 out of 100 targets. In the Springs Colorado from June
second, he knocked down 98 out of 11-18.


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NEW FORD Truck _
THE JAX NAVY ORTEGA LITTLE LEAGUE receives an American Flag which has actually flown, PANELS
over the U.S. Capitol. It was donated by Yukon Branch 126, Fleet Reserve Association: In the
foreground is Orrin L. Allen, President of Branch 126 and John Boscoe. Others are (L to R)Lance Mote YourselfSPECIAL
Ballard Bates Norman Chadwick ) Jim DeGennaro Walter H. And Save Up To
Chadwick, Mike Sammy (manager LONG DISTANCE
Johnson, past president of Branch 126, Robert Marrinucci, Steve DeGennaro and Mike Galetta. RATES
(Photo by Art Slocumb)

311 W. STATE ST.

FRA Branch 126 Donates FlagTo R AL 110 EL JULIA 3.8684 ST.


Jax-Ortega Little League

Although arrangements delayed bers of the Jax Navy Onega Little 126, Fleet Reserve Association.The We Now Honor Credit Cards.
I presentation of their own flag League were presented one on presentation Itself was
earlier In the season for use dur- Saturday, May 18, Armed Forces nothing unusual but from whencethe
ing their scheduled games, mem- Day, by members of Yukon Branch flag came Is possibly a first ServiceCOASTAL
for this area. It has actually flown ,
over the U.S. Capitol In
Duplicate BridgeAt
Washington, D.C., and a letter 'iS
"0" Club from the Capitol Architect
certifying that fact was presented w \
with the .
along flag.Arrangements
Duplicate bridge Is now being
played weekly at the Officers Club.If to secure the flag EV 7-6482
you enjoy bridge, and would liketo were made through Congressman
Charles E. Bennett, an honorary
learn duplicate bridge,
you may member of Branch 126, by the
join the group Tuesday evenings AUTOMOTIVESpecializing
branch Secretary, Wilson H.
7:30 p.m. Bring your partner..
Sandefer after the
For Information, call Mrs.LeonM.
to present a flag to the Little
Mink. In Starters Generators AlternatorsJ.
Leaguers for their use. &

Branch President Orrin L.Allen E. Baker 6073 Roosevelt Blvd. Jax Fla.
Series E Savings Bonds are f rgrowththe ,
made the presentation which was
interest they earn is accepted by John Boscoe on behalfof
their cash value
added to every the League. Also present for the
six months. They mature In seven presentation were Walter H. ANNOUNCING
years and nine months, and the Johnson, past president of the
Treasuryhas promised an auto- branch, and Norman Chadwick,one NEW STORE HOURSFor
matic 10-year extension privilege
of the league team managers, and
beyond the maturity date. several of the little leaguers. Yout Convenience Our New, Modern 1 Hour



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1963 Chrysler convertible to 3 BR., I Bath In preferred Avon-
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dining room, FAMILY ROOM overlooks large wooded lot, ,

ROOMY KITCHENS and finished garages, CENTRAL

HEAT (Air Conditioning Optional) HARDWOOD FLOORS

Of course, BRICK with masonory construction.

$16,700 $20,000 S +:. ..




Day. 725-7119 ORANGE PARK

7715454Eves2646593 .
DIRECTIONS! South of NAS on Hwy. ?17 to the center of town. Right
turn on Klngtlty Ave. then //eft on Doctor LoII.DIv..Look/ for our $lgn*.

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59 BUICK ELECTRA . . .$1295
4-Dr. Sedan, P. Steering & P. Brakes, WSW.
Radio & Heater

61 FORD VICTORIA . . .$1495
2-DoorHardtop. V-8, Auto. T r a n S., R&H, 60 CHEVROLET STATION WAGON. .$1395
PWR, Steering. 6 Cyl. Stand. Shift. One of thenicestcars on
61 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE . .$2295 our lot.
4-Door Hardtop, Power Steering & Brakes, 60 FORD WAGON . . . .$1295
Power Windows.Excellent condition. 4-Door, Auto. Trans, Radio & Heater, WSW .
62 FORD . . . . .$2595 61 FALCON STATION WAGON .$1595 ,
4-Dr. Hardtop. R&H, Auto. Trans., PS, Sharp, R&H, A.T.,. Deluxe Leather Interior. ,X Nice. -
PWR. Brakes, Windows & Seat. Pact Air 62 PONTIAC WAGON . . .$2595
Cond., White With Blue Vinyl Interior. Safari with Power Steer. & Brakes. Leather .
62 CHEVROLET SUPER SPORT .$2595 Interior Priced Far Below Market.
Conv., PWR. Steer. & Brakes, Low Mileage 61 FORD FORDOR RANCH WAGON .$1495
One Owner. 6 Cyl.,. St. Shift, R&H, Overdrive, Blue &
62 FORD . . . . .$2495 White. Excellent tires.
Convertible V-8 AT, P.S.,.WSW, Low Mileage 60 DODGE . . . . .$1295
62 IMPALA . . . . .$2495 4-Dr. V-8 R&H, Bronze & White. New Tires
4-Dr. Hardtop, PWR. Steer. & Brakes, V-8, 56 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN . .$495St.
Auto. Trans., Like New Shift, R&H, Red&White, Ex. Second Car.
V-8, A.T., P. S., R&H, Fact. Air Cond., WSW. Blue & White V-8, Auto. Trans., R&H, P.S. ,


1963 FORD FALCON SEDANS. .$1695 Full Prlcc/

HARDTOPS . $45.95 Per Month

GALAXIES I . $53.00 Per Month
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T-BIRDS . $98.00 Per Month



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