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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 27, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Ike epppetwice ((edvntlnnnpnM In this(wbllrwloi do. eat caiMlliiie e endaramiH-iii ol any) nllliery epfMitiwul al the prodile or Mrvloe edvertiMd.JACKSONVILLE.
Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
,VOL. 21 NO. M ( FLORIDA NOVEMBER 27,19: distributed each
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
Dlvl'n' $ erVh.'e'fI 'Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before
publication. News items are welcomed from all sources-
Protestant Services at the All p IAKo Or Telephone EV.-9.7711, Ext. 8162.#
Saints' Chapel k Advertisements solicited the publisherand queries
SUNDAY concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida
8:30 a.m. Service of ally Communion -
....... ,01 L Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271.

9:30 a.m. Service of DlVlne Worship .
VOL. 21 NO. 38 NOVEMBER 27, 1963

9:30: a.m. Sunday School for ages ...:.:;:.:.... ......:.:.:::::::.:.... .
3 through 16, Bldg. 7Q2
IkOOa.m. Service Divine Worship -


6:30 p.m.WEDNESDAY Youth Fellowship A TributeA

4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Re-
hearsal

7:30 p.nx Senior Choir Rehearsal ( tribute to our fallen Commander-m-Chief, ]John Fitzgerald -

.'................................... ..:..:..:.................................... Kennedy, on the eve of Thanksgiving by Rear Admiral
Catholic Services at St. Edward's ; mmm bq1, 1 v A1I Robert Goldthwaite, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville
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Chapel, NATTU and Naval Hospital ..................:. \ ky A ....................... )
SUNDAY MASS ::::::::::::::::::::. .. :::::::::::::::::::::::::
The death of beloved President, at surface has removedour
our glance
6:30 a.m. U. S. Naval Hospital i j \ ; j : reason for national thanksgiving. In times of sorrow and adversity,

-+>r Edward's 9:00 a.m.Chapel DAILY& MASS 11:00 a.m. St. .jll I1II IIIIIIIIII. : mllllill I I I II I I I II II however to from his, the fellowman our blessings late Commander-ln-ChlePs take handed on a down new meaning from service our and forefathers become to God,even to countryand and more resulting


11:30 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel :,:::.:,:: d/ .,' ':.:.:::::::::= dear and worthy of gratitude.Our .
MONDAY & TUESDAY :; ;:;:::::: cause for gratitude at 'this time Is best expressed in the wordsof

his whose passing we mourn:
4:15 p.m. King Hall, NATTU
FRIDAY 'X.'l, / \, "We recognize that we are beneficiaries of the toil and devotion
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12:05 p.m. U S. Naval Hospital a4Ii&i1 of our fathers and that we can pass the legacy on to our
SATURDAY I children only by equal toil and equal devotionwe must, in a
world of change be all the more grateful for the indestructiblegift
9:00 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel
CONFESSIONS-SA TURDA Y of hope and love which sustain us in adversity and inspireus

7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before to labor unceasingly for a more perfect community within this
Masses QUALITIES AND GREAT nation and around the earth."

Catechism Classes:. Grade School ACHIEVEMENTS ARE NOT We should resolve to continue our tradition of devotion to duty and
SATURDAY self-sacrifice which were the hallmarks of our great leader and which
.1Q-.00 a.m. All Saints' Activities MERELY MATTERS CHANCE began on the shores of his own New England those many years ago.

building 722NURSERY OR BIRTH. 1 H EY ARE THE'

PRODUCT LONG A NDDIGCIPLINEDrOIL,1
-- The Naval Air Station Nursery
located in Building 560 on Child Chaplain/ Message

Street, opens at 8:15 a.nx on Sun-
day morning. Parents attending By Chaplain W.B. FeaginsOn
Sunday Masses or Protestant ser- 0..PRES. (/ORNf.7'ENNJv)"
vices may leave young children In
the nursery without charge. the last Thursday of this giving and plea that our Father In
month of November we will be heaven continues to shower His

celebrating Thanksgiving Day. It blessings upon us.Funeral.
17 is a Traditional Holiday In which
the Nation takes time out to breathea
KEEP FREEDOMIN Editorial prayer of Thanksgiving. This FlagsTo
beautiful custom originated
centures ago with the Pilgrim be Smaller
YOUR You Are AmbassadorsWherever Fathers who set aside a day in
which to thank the Almighty fora Washington (AFPS-The) Vet
fruitful harvest. erans Administration is going to
FUTURE The true spirit of the Day will issue smaller American flags forveterans'
You Be
May be lost if we merely seize upon supply funerals is depleted.when the present -
this time to feast and frolic with
nary a thought to thanking God for Currently the flags issued mea
I His Blessings. Should we do this sure 9Jj; by 5 feet but they will be
WITH
replaced by flags 7 by 4% feet.
American military men and their families traveling and living we would become Ingrates and
outside the United States, either on pleasure or assignment, owe a who loves an Ingrate?
debt to their homeland. On the other hand, everyone
The change has been made at
Friendly Americans abroad are probably the foremost battle line loves the grateful person.Appreciation the order of John S. Gleason Jr.,
U.S. against unfavorable propaganda about the United States. for small favors Is almost Administrator for Veterans Affairs -
It's only spreading the truth to tell folks about America's free- always rewarded with further and so that the next of kin or
doms--our free press, our freedom to work where we wish, to change greater favors. If this is true In other person receiving a flag aftera
jobs and addresses about the case of humans how much veteran's burial may make use
as we please, our freedom to move from moreso of it. Mr. Gleason believes the flag
state to state without papers, to attend church when and where we like. Is it true of God, the giverof would mean much more to the recipients -
SAVINGSBONDS Perhaps the best way to explain America and Americans to other all gifts. God will not be out- if they were able to display -
people Is to tell them about life In your own community--the every- done In His generosity If we show it.Because.
day things, both successes and shortcomings, the problems we are try- that we are mindful of His graces.We .
Ing 'o solve. have so much for which to
Tell them the facts. Emphasize that there Is stability strength, be thankful. We live In America, of the large number of
flags now in stock the VA esti-
the land of plenty where freedomis
good-heartedness and culture--a
powerful, growing culture--which Is mates that it will be some time
inherited from all the other cultures of the world. Tell them In your an actuality and not a distant in October or November before
own words, and speak of things you know. dream. There are citizens of other flags of the new size are used. At
::1-- Your smile to the waiter, the cabby, the train conductor appointsyou lands who would give anything to present about 15.000 flags are being -
Ambassador of Goodwill to the people. be in our place. Let us not take burials.issued monthly for veteran
Such small sincere gestures often go deeper Into the hearts of our these blessings lightly and for the annual During requests the past for flags 12 years have
neighbors than professional diplomats are able to reach. (AFPS) granted. Let us rather storm increased from 81.000 to more
heaven with our prayers of Thanks than 170,000.P .



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VP-16 Men Receive Aircrewmen Wings, ''f'fI



i Awards, Letter of Commendation : : ,

Among the many duties performed by a commanding officer one of the most gratifying Is the present- -
I ation of awards to his men. Commander LJt Boutte VP-lffs commanding officer performed this pleasant '
duty on November 18 as the.entire squadron looked on at rooming quarters. : "
Five VP-16 men received ASW
aircrewmen wings and five rece- ; :'i
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ived awards in recognition of their .' /
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good conduct. Stanley R. Spichol- :
sid, AX3 was presented with a .,.
letter of commendation from the
commanding officer of Patrol a ? j/I j

Squadron Thirty. \ rlLi: __ : ., Commanding Officer
Spichalski was cited for his lead-
( ) ATC on the occasion ,
ership and organizational ability p- ( receiving wings are 1
while assigned to the Fleet Air ( ) ( ) AE3; J. R. Duflus, ,
Wing Eleven sonobuoy shop. ; ( )
Spichalski supervised the move
and rearrangement of and entire -

sonobuoy thousand sonobuoys shop including, racks several and related T it

equipment. This task was '
accomplished over a weekend with 1 EV 7-4944
out a break in the regular routineof
itj
Gate
supplying operational squadrons
with required sonobuoys.The t t
gold air crewman wings, a-
warded upon completion of a rigorous -
training period went to R.A.
Galipeau, SOC; F. (n) Riolo, ATC; OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE-. L. H. '
J.R. Duffus, ADR3; D. (n) George, ing Officer, VP-16 presents Stanley R. For 33 t
AE3; and L.R. Johnson ADR2. commendation from the commanding officer of Years"e.
l Candidates for these wings must tion of outstanding performance of duty while ..
t qualify in three positions aboard 11's Sonobuoy Shop. (Navy Photo)

i their squadrons aircraft. In addition belated National
:F .,they must become proficient Ribbon. Cdr. cash?
0' Curb In communications priceduresand ulated the men
r first aid and demonstrate exceptional who were
f. leadership ability. result of having
(Thursday, November 28 The.good conduct awards traditlonally :- peted in the i
Thanksgiving Day Dinner, Turkey, 1 awarded (in recognition of for advancement
Ham all the trimmings "faithful zelous and obedient Upon
f 11:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m. and naval service" went to J.U Mc- ation of awards
9 4:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. Reser- Millan. HM1; E.W. Brown. ATC; ed the men of
vations are required. G.E. Rupp. ATN3; R.L. Silviera, loyalty and
I Friday, November 29 A02; and J.E. Pyla, AMS2.In sulted in the
addition to his good conduct by the "'
Grand Opening of New Cocktail award McMillan also received a adminlstative
i Lounge. spection.
Special prices on drinks
Dance to Art Longo 8:00 p.m. Serving all Center"C
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12:00 a.m. .
Saturday. November 30 '. FULLY EQUIPPED -

TV sets for Army-Navy game !
available In all rooms. Attire 24-HOUR
Informal, drinks reduced.
Dance to Charlie Jay. EAGERTON

Sunday, December 1
Buffet 6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m.
Company, Inc.
Monday, December 2
1093 N. McDuff Ave. .
Happy Hour 3:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m.

Tuesday, December 3 HFC

Dinner 6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. GET AMISSILE
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and all
Featuring dishes of Mexico your
from
Wednesday, December 4 AGE .

Happy Hour 3:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. PLANS --

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NEW CARS
( 10.07 18.48
Lowest Prices 20.14 36.97
30 of. .Highest Trade-in Allowance 30.21 55.45
49.75 91.78
UNITY.. p11 eEsy Terms- The Nicesest 59.35 109.80 I

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I Office Off CSC Plans CPO Club Acey Duecy Club I Blue Jackets Inn


Inspoctlon Doin's

Thursday, November 28
The Atlanta Regional Office of exact time and place they are to Thursday, November 28 Thursday, November 28
the Red Coats
the Civil Service Commisslon.has meet the Inspectors.The Dance to
scheduled of civilian Inspectors will not be In Thanksgiving Dinner Baked Ham 8:00: p.m.1:00 a.m. Dance Contest and Dance wth
an Inspection and Roast Beef Carl Boyd& Red Coats 12
for the a position to take action with noon-
personnel management November 29
to individual complaints, November 29 Friday, 12:00 a.m.
Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, respect Friday,
Florida, during the period, Dec- grievances, or other problems of Mark Castle 8:00: p.m. -1 1:00a.m. Friday, November 29
Dance to Johnny Arnold
an Individual nature. They will,
ember 213. The Inspectors will Saturday November 30 Dance with Phil Cay & Chantels
,
be particularly Interested in effective however, be happy to accept any Saturday, November 30 8:00 pm1:00 a.m.
utilization of Information which may be helpfulIn The Cresents 8:00: p.m.1:00 8.m.
In employees, arriving at a true picture of I Dance to Phil Cay'Sunday Saturday, November 30
employee-management relations December 1
in the Equal Employment the kind of civilian personnel pro- December 1 1Mach Sunday, March Wilson and the Red Coat
gram being pursued at the Naval Phil Cay & Chantels 8:00 p.m.
Opportunity Program and the Four Combo 12:00 noon 1:00 a.m.
status of women Air Station, Jacksonville. LOO: a.m.
.. employees. Sunday, December 1
a The Inspectors will be availableto Monday, December 2 Monday, December 2 Dance Night

meet with employees and representatives PIZZA .
of employees,In employee The 254 United States Savings Night Open Monday, December 2

organizations during the Stamp -. now on sale at post offices Tuesday, December 3 Tuesday, December 3 Dining and Dancing
Inspection. Should and at schools throughout -
an many
employee
Open Night Game Night Tuesday, December 3
desire to meet with the Inspectors, the nation--joins our nation'sflag
he should communicate his wishesto with the Minute Man, who has Wednesday, December 4 Wednesday, December 4 Happy Hour 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.

his Immediate supervisor who been the symbol of the U.S.Savings (Country Drifters Western Night Open Wednesday, December 4

will arrange for an appointmentand Bonds program since 1941. Game Night 8:00 p.m.

notify the employee as to the
The Treasury's Weekly Stamp

Day plan, coupled with classroom

studies In money management for

young citizens, Is offered In thou-
sands of schools throughout the

BLAST nation. U.S. Savings Stamps are

I also on sale at post offices.



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Movies HH .. 'W' ..... .. ... u ... -
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Movies will be shown regularlyat r ; ,

7 p.m. on Monday through Sat- v II ..

S urday Saturday; at; and 2 p.m.Sunday and, at 7 the p.m.Main-on ; ..,, Jt l J.J, '." !! < ,. '', .....,.,.. ,..,,;

_g 4 side and NATOJ Theaters and at

7 p.m. only on Sunday at the Hospital Ads should t>. mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde Drive,
Theater. These times are Jacksonville, Florida, to arrive not /later than Tuesday for publication
subject to change.'Wednesday the following Thursday. Ads arriving too late for this deadline
will b. published the following week unless the publisher Is
Instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of
November 27 the od must be race Ived WITH the copy for the ad.
DO NOT SEND CASH.
Malnslde Just for Fun Mark

Winter & Cherry Roland RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . .$1.00

NATTUnlt Left Handed Gun Per additional line ((4 words per line) . 35
Paul Newman& Llta Lllan

Hospital PT-109 Cliff Rob-

ertson& Ty Hardin RENTING? BUYING? --.,--
5160 101st. conv. to NAS &
Thursday, November 28
Cecil, near sch. & chr.off Ortega
ATTENTION NAVYI! For the best
Malnslde El Cid Charlton
Farms Blvd.) 2 BR.House unfurn.,
:.a 1. : Heston& Sophia Loren deal in used appliances see Hart's kit.eq., LR, Bathbrwaygar.water
PROMOTED- Lt. Richard W. Schulz (center), Adjutant of the NATTUnlt Just for Fun Used Appliances. 4781 Lenox Av. furn.Redec & new owner.$75.mo.

Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment, here, has rank insignia Mark Winter & Cherry Roland Stove, ref. wash machine for SP 12377.

pinned on by Mal Edward Cay (L) and Maj Marvin Day during in Hospital Left Handed Gun $97.10. AU appliances guaranteedfor

formal ceremonies last week. The newly promoted lieutenant re. Paul Newman & Llta Lllan 90 days. HartCPO, USN Ret. Antique brick for sale 3 BR.2

ported here for duty in March of 1963. A native of Danville, III., November 29 Call 3886'22LFOR Bden,2 flreplaces.Ortega Forest,
he entered the Marine Corps as an enlisted man and was appoint. Friday, substantial down payment. Lt.
ed to Warrant Officer rank in 1961. He was commissioned a sec Mainside 13 Frightened Girls- SALE Home In Ortega Bean 3881624.

and lieutenant in May 1962. (Official Marine Corps Photo) Kathy Dunn & Murray Hamilton Manor Convenient to NAS 4BR.
& 2 a$450 down. 4738 SussexAv.
NATTUnit EJ Cld Charlton
FOR SALE German Shephard,
Heston& Sophia Loren Call EV 84729. puppies, 3 left.$50.each 3930 Co'

Children Can Receive Hospital Just for Fun Mark balt Ay. E171.5281.FURNISHED
Winter & Cherry Roland 4031 BALTIC FOR RENT, 2
Letters From Santa Gaul Bedroom Bungalow oil heat, new APARTMENT I I
Saturday, November 30 kitchen stove and refrigerator fur- large rooms, clean. $16 per week-

Recall those younger years when ster, partly through your effort Malnslde Tarzan's Three nished, garage. $80.00. Call Phone$60 per 725-9390 month. Utilities or 412 East children.2nd

you opened the mailbox and found and by the efforts ot DetachmentOne Challenges Jock Mahoney & EV 85545. Street, Jax.APARTMENT.
a letter personally addressed to members of the 55th Weather Woody Strode
FOR RENT 7347 Greenway Dr. FURNISHED;:
? The excitement waS Reconnaissance Squadron at Elel- NATTUnlt 13 FrightenedGirls
overwhelming 1/2
you Ortega Hills. 3 BR, 1 B. Lakeshore. Small Clean utilities
especially when that let- son AFB In Alaska. Together you Kathy Dunn & Murray
Call
389-7711 ext. 8130 or EV furnished. Week or month, $60
ter was from a jolly ole fellow who can make sure a letter from Santa Hamilton 8-1988 after 5:30 P.M. month. Phone EV 9-4275.
signed his name Santa Claus. postmarked "Santa Claus Hospital El Cid Charlton per

That same excitment can be reflected House, North Pole, Alaska", Heston & Sophia Loren FOR SALE Ideal Home only 15

In the eyes of your young- reaches your house. Sunday, December 1 FOR RENT House 2 BR, kitchen min. from base.. 3 bdrm. 2 B,
According to Navy Times, hereis equip. Venetia Terrace. $75 mo. fenced yard. Air Cond. Near

the way it works: EV 8-8269. School only $75.94 mo. EV 8-9784
48 You write a letter to your child Mainside Running Man or Ext 8162.
reasonswe
and sign It Santa Claus. Addressthe Lawrence Harvey RENTING? WHY?
NATTUnit Tarzan's Three Challenges Battleship Sailors WantedA
letter to your youngster and New VA 41st out today. You can
feature Jock Mahoey world-wide manhunt Is
now
affix the return airmail. on
proper Into
move your family a spankinglike
Hospital 13 Frightened Girls to contact ex-Navyman who
from Alaska. every
postage new VA resale for $100 dn.
Kathy Dunn has had duty aboard a U.S. battle-
Place the letter letters in
or a
3 BR, ]& 2 B. Mo payments to
larger envelope and address it to Monday, December 2 fit your budget. Save your GI ship. This survey Is being con-
ducted to determine the feasibilityof
Santa's Mail Bag, care of Detach- benefits for !later. Anyone can buy
.......... .. ment 1, 55th Weather Reconnais- Mainside Look In Any Window these choice bargains. All over holding a Battleship Reunionin
Paul AnkaNATTUnIt San California, in the
Diego,
sance Squadron, APO 937, Seattle, town. Some FHA resales a low,
Running Man summer of 1964. Former BB per-
Wash.A low, $50 dn. I have the keys
Lawrence Harvey sonnel interested in such a reunion -
few miles from Eielson AFBIs and Call howJohnLee.
transp. me
16" portable Hospital Tarzan's Three Chal- are requested to contact:
a post office officially called SP 1-2276 nights & week-
Jock Mahoney BATTLESHIPP.O.
lenges
Santa Claus House, North Pole. ends or Richard D. Barker
Box 11199
TelevisionPOPULAIR When the volunteer AWS mailmenget Tuesday, December 3 Realtor, 2724 Park St. EV 8-269L San Diego 23, California
your letter, they will remail
Malnstde Fort Massacre -
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office.A Maccera Carroll's inc
NATTUnit Look In Any Window sport shop
deadline of December 15 has
1 Paul ArikaHospital *
{ l been set for mailing letters.RACING. "
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j PAGE 6 lAX AIR HEWS

lh 1 Sailors Receive


Y k Diplomas At


ASE Course


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The first group of sailors to

graduate from the newly formed
Aviation Support Equipment courseof
: Jacksonville's Naval Air Maintenance "
Training Group, received
their diplomas last week. 1
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from the newly formed Aircraft Support Robinson, AMS1; V.L. Rhoades, .
FIRST CLASS to graduate ,
Equipment course at NAMTG Jax Det., receive certificates from AMSC; O.R. Little, AMS2andJ.E.; iA} I ; LdZF\,

their instructors, on left, led by detachment's OinC, Lt. Cdr. W. Giddens, AEL I. >'-..'. .
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,:-...-. J. Hackett. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) the During students the were two-week trained schooling in the, ..'__..t" ,- "" ....-i JL ,- '., .;: ..

operation and handling of Navy AUTHORIZING SIGNATURE for the first two Quality Salary In.
SEE YOUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD BANK 'Yellow Equipment', equipmentused creases here at NAS Jacksonville is penned by Commanding Officer .
FOR YOUR NEEDS TO BETTER LIVING in the ground support of naval Copt. James R. Compton as the recipients (L), Vernon H.
aircraft. Included in the criteriawas Barefield of the Supply Department, and Curtiss G. Quarrier of
Automobiles the operation of electrical the Overhaul and Repair Department, observe. These salary increases .
f' Home Improvements t r ; power starting units, air com- are respective of 'high quality performance' the two men
Modern Appliances t pressors, liquid oxygen trailers have displayed in carrying out their duties during the past several
Regular Checking S fork lifts, tractors and aircraft months. The increases are authorized by the ClassificationAct
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Special Checking BAM_ Aw crash cranes. as amended by the Federal Reform Act of 1962. (Navy Photo
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Safe Deposit Boxes ... by Ron Gardner, PH2))
Drive In Tellers ., course is only one of many such
Naval Air Maintenance Training
All Modern Banking Conveniences Group offerings provided by the Toastmastering ExplainedBy
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systems 1932, Toastmaster is a man preparing,
J Calif and incorporated in
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corporation. The movement has
better man. He develops his many
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-- Toastmasters Club is an organized the of others to
Irifc to thoughts
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capable men,over 21 years of age that becoming a good listener will
Who seek to Improve themselves in
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his presence by
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SelectedFor Wife- "That's the tenth time
y. ;...:..., ... you've been to that punch bowL
It's embarrassing.," I
Husband: "Oh;'that's all right'

.1., ; #I."r.. t'l Pre-Flight/ TrainingScott you.dear." I tell everybody It's for dU

... t .J
M. Chase, airman apprentice on to advanced training as an "Who was that woman I saw I II
who is assigned to the NARTU aviation observer. you out with last night?"
Jax 1st Lfeutena t's division "Can you keep a secret?" J
has
NARTU Jax is the home of "I sure can."
been selected for pre-flight train- the aviation officer procurementteam "So can I."
ing under the Naval Aviation Of- for Florida andSouthGeoRla.k .
C
rY ficer Candidate program.
w
Chase 24, will report to Pensa- I
cola to begin training November 28.
He has been assigned to NARTU MoM O'Doy gkop

Jax since coming on active dutyas .1,
a CNARESTRA TAR in August. 5338 Norwood Avenue
The new officer candidate Is the Ii
In the Center J'
Gateway Shopping
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Melville
Chase of Barrington R.I. Priorto
LADIES DRESSES, LINGERIE SWEATERS. SKIRTS,
coming on active duty, Chase
COATS, HANDBAGS HOSIERY
was a "Weekend Warrior" COSTUME JEWELRY
ADMIRING AN OFFICER'S hat is Scott M. Chase, AA of NAR. assigned to VP-916 at NAS South
TU notification of his Open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mon. thru Sat.
upon selection for preflight training under Weymouth, Mass.
the Naval Aviation Officer Candidate Program. He will report to Chase graduated from Boston LAYAWAY
NOW
Pensacola this week to begin training. (Navy Photo) University In 1962 with a BS degree FOR CHRISTMAS
in journalism. Earlier he
attended the Admiral I,,;
of Communism Farragut ........... ._ .
History Academy at St. Petersburg Fla., : \\\ ,:f : <:* a
and the University of Rhode \\\ . -Island. :;.o'.1'" :' I
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The Bolsheviks T *
PrepareFor Following four months of .
successful pre-flight( training, f7
Chase will receive his commissionas -
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the Perfect MomentSecond an Ensign, USNR, and will go

formation of a parliamentary
( of a series of 20 articles entitled The History of Communism body the Duma. I !
by MSgt. Walter Stewart USMC. Reprinted by AFPS from the The Duma was only a faint BUICK
San Diego Chevron Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego Calif.) breeze of democracy existing or t/AJ
being disbanded at the czar's whim
It would seem appropriate at this point to digress sufficiently to but it was a step In the right I //74;
discover what manner of man was Karl Marx. German-born in 1818 direction and temporarily satis

Marx was an intellectual who never did a day's work for pay in his fied the Social Democratswiththe 591 PARK ST. PHONE 355-6571 : W
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Communist author W. Cleon mar Ilyich Ulyanov--alias Nicholai -
Skousen writes, "Marx. ..dreamed LenIn--until the 1917 revolution
of the day when the'whole bodyof which ended the monarchy.Lenin .
Humanity could be forced intoa however began his usurpation -
gigantic social image which con- of Plekhanovs position as
formed completely to Marx's head of the Social Democratsan --
dream of a perfect society." underground party busily spin-
He required the "total annihila- ning a web of subversion across
tion of all opposition the down- the European continent--In 1903.
fall of all existing governments Lenin was a perfect model of the
all ecomonies and all societies. Marxist mold, wavering not the
'Then (wrote Marx) I shall stride smallest degree from his courseof
through the wreckage a creator.' revolutionism violent and ter-
Marx and his collaborator rible and all-encompassing. Com-
Fredefich Engels authored the promise was, to him, utterly
Communist Manifesto.It nauseous.
called for (again quoting Lenin and the other Bolshevikstook
Skousen) "the overthrow of all almost no notice of a serious
governments and the establishment uprising in Russia In 1905(althoughone
, of a Communist order with com- of their disciples Leon Trotsky
munal ownership of property in a was active In It)until very
classless stateless society." In end, when it was too late to do any-
short It was a monumental code thing effective.The .
of revolutionary depravity! Insurgency failed but did
Neither is it likely that Czar cause the czar to permit the

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I vet Home Seller' May l'P-a Italian S gdn.

Still Ie Liable To'Y A

I
Merely selling his GI home does chase his property and assume
not relieve the veteran of his liability his liability.
to the Veterans Administration In addition, the purchaser must Exchange PlaquesCommander
VA officials emphasized satisfy the Veterans Admin-
today. istration that he Is a good credit -

Too often veterans who have sold risk.A Jack A. Pate: Executive a
their GI homes learn later that veteran planning to sell his Officer of Patrol SquadronFive
the buyer has defaulted on the GI home may take either of two and Commander Luigi Pla-
loan, the mortgage hs been fore- steps to avoid future liability. monte, Commanding Officer of
closed, a deficiency resulted and ((1)) He can arrange for the GI Itlalan Antisubmarine Warfare a a l
they are liable to VA for pay- loan to be paid In full. ((2)) He Squadron 88 exchanged squadron +/MbWY, b Sst
ment of the claim VA had to pay can allow the purchaser to assume plaques as a gesture of the friendly
to the lender. his GI loan and obtain a releaseof relationships which existed bet-
Veterans should understand this his liability on the loan from ween the two nearby commands
thoroughly when disposing of their the holder of the mortgage and the during the American squadron'srecent
GI homes, B.J. Gannon, OfficerIn Veterans Administration, pro- deployment to Slgonella,
Charge, VA Office, Jackson- vided, of course, both agree. Sicily
ville, Fla. said. He may apply to Veterans Administration Twelve VP-5 officers were *
The veteran may be releasedof for a release from guests of Squadron 88 at the Italian
that liability to the Veterans liability by submitting ? written unit's Officer's Club near Catania. i : .
Administration If his loan is cur- request addressed to the Managerof Patrol Squadron 10 of Brunswick,
rent and if the purchaser has obligated the Veterans Administration Maine, the relieving squadron for
himself by contract to pur regional office, VP-5 was represented by their
Executive Officer, CommanderD.E.

YUKON DINER Squadron. Gately. 88, flying American- o=
j
made H-34 helicopters has several
GESTURE OF THE FRIENDLY relationship between VP-5 and
pilots who were training the United
Italian ASW 88 the exchange of
Squadron exemplified
by
Just outside Main Got -2nd Door from Yukon Post Office States Naval Air Training Com- was
squadron plaques. Here Commander Luigi Piamonte, Italian Navy
mand an at least one VP-5 officer -
BEST HAMBURGERS YOU CAN FIND ,; Lieutenant A. Castrol was holds the VP.5 plaque while Cdr. Jack A. Pate, Officer of VP.5

OPEN 10:00 TO 0100 greeted by two Italian friends whomhe holds the Italian plaque. (Navy Photo. !_ ).,-___ h'___,0..
: ;
schoolchildren
had previously met as student two countries. Americans., primarily -
-;; SANDWICHES DANCING NITELY pilots at Pensacola, Fla. The Italian environment was not are now purchasing U.S.
The occasion provided an unfamiliar to Commander Pate as Savings Stamps at the rate of
J COLD DRAFT AND BOTTLE BEER opportunity (for the officers of both he was fromerly assistant Naval more than 100 million separate
countries to discuss mutual attache to Italy in Rome in 1953. pieces per year. The stamps may
PHONE 387-9351 interests in the field of ASW and This is where he and Cdr. be purchased by anyone at any-
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from Hawaii. Assisting in these ,TALES... THE MOST
F I'm mighty proud that Chrysler Corporation has appointed me to sell and service
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small Western town and ven- I'm going to make sure you buy all your cars from me. I'm here to stay. I I
tured into a tough l looking saloon OF LOVE When you're ready to J look at new cars, come on down. If you want to talk to me
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I 1M TeliDis 1M Ping Pong


First matches of IM Tennis got VA-15 4 VA-45 1 Second Week
underway, Monday November 18, VP-30 FAETU PostponedThe
at the tennis courts adjacent to
Bldg. #720. Two matches will
be daily at ThOOa.m.and3:3Op.m.: original design of the U.S. Of ActionSecond
Results of the first weeks'action Savings Stamps was adapted from
are: Daniel Chester French's MinuteMan week of action got under
VA-45 4 NARTU 1 statue at Concord Bridge '. way in Intramural Ping Pong.

Hospital VA-15 4 VP-30 VA-35 Postponed 1 "Where stood once and the fired embattled the shot farmers heard- '",, ',.t I ,''$.... ....f'. '.,',',;".,,."" ":.,.".. ;" t.\\ ,to It's make to early any predictions in the season on who yet

ComFalrJax 5 FAETU 0 round the world." .-. ..-" the power of the league is.
NARTU 5 VAP-62 0 Action of the past week was:
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HAULING IN a pass in the recent -
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viously beaten the NARTU team, found their NARTU foes much improved over their previous game in
aggression, offense and defense. Playing spirited ball the NARTU deserved the right to represent the
i American League cs champions. Taking the scoring honors for the day was J. Belisario with two TDs
and tabulating the remaining TD's' were H. Holloway, and H. Clark of the NARTU team. Scoring for the
A/C._Maint.- -squad-,was.. D.. Patterson.. and J. Clark.
ruse games 01 me plaY oil lor
IIN'SIoYS' SHOP the Intramural football league In the NARTU/VA-45 game it was League champ, and NARTU the
championship saw the ranked J. Belisario, T.Brlghtwell, and American League champ, at press
I PALM BEACH VAN HEUSEN Communications team with top a 11-1 L. Bishop scoring the NARTU time were pitted against each other
points. Tabulating for VA-45 were for the championship.
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competition.
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With only two weeks '
remaining ,
I In Intramural Volleyball action /\ ,t.- AJ ::7 I
;lay between the nine American '
A. \ League teams and! nine National RECEIVING TROPHY I Is T. G. Watson, ATI, of VP-7, for th.lr
:. -# League teams is picking up. At team who was runnerup in the rect nt ComFairJax Volleyball tour
,- ,' \I the present time three teams still nament. Making the presentation to Watson Is Rear Admiral Gold.
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"". ,'.",- remain undefeated. VP-16, 6-0, thwaite, ComFairJax. Looking on is Lieutenant Commander Knud-
-:,-i,: M > and NARTU, 5-0, of the Am;r- son, representing the VP-7 CO, who could not attend due to other
can league and VA-45, 4-0, of the commitments. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2))
VP-16 RECEIVES TROPHY-Rear Admiral Robert Goldthwaite, National League.
Com FairJax, presents the ComFairJax Volleyball Trophy to team Action of the past week: "WE SERVICE ALL'MILITARY PERSONNEL"
captain Lieutenant (|jg) Fred Clark as Commander Les Boutte, A/C Maint over Public Works -

VP-16 commanding officer looks on. The presentation was madein 15-8, and 15-7 THRIFT CAR RENTALS
the Admi ral's off ice. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) O&R VA" 15 Postponed \ ;r'
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Jax Navy Judo Club's Wil- Cliff Albrltton, 180 lb. GreenBelt; and 15-8
6400 Yukon Road Jacksonville 10 Fla.
lie Jones, 135 lb. 1st degree Black Rodney Fowler, 180 lb.Brown Belt; VP-30 over FAETU 9-11, ,
Belt, won his fourth straight and Julian Baird 195 lb. Green 11-9, and 108.
Florida State Championship In the Belt.
135 Ib. class, at the recent mat- The Jax Navy Judo Club placed Cecil Site For
ches held In St. Petersburg Fla. second In competition for the team
on the 23rd and 24th of November. championship. Powerful Home- Ladies- Golf THE
Then vlelng for Grandchampion stead Air Force Base took the
of the match, Jones was defeatedby top honors of the match and the TournamentThe IlL HOLLY
Fletcher, 2nd degree Black team championship by being well -
Belt, of Homestead Air I Force represented by their many Black NAS Ladies Golf Associ- I i 4 tedroomsI
Base, near Miami, Fla. Belts. ation held a special tournamentlast 1.
Ed Maley 4th degree Black Belt Last Wednesday, November 20, Thursday, November 21, at. I- Separate Dining
of the Florida School of Judo, at the Judo Club at NAS, Club the Cecil Field links. The Room
Tampa, won the overallchampionship promotions were held for White tournament was held In honor of
In this meet. Belts and Juniors. Personnel being Mrs. H. J. Beckel. t

Charles Lipsey, 3rd degree promoted were Julian Baird
Brown Belt, placed third in the (from White Belt to Green Belt Taking the honors for the day I
150 lb. division and at the end and Cliff Albritton from White were Mrs. G. Ruscetta with a
44 low ,gross, Mrs. R.P. Knox ( t
of the tournament Lipsey was pro- Belt to Green Belt.
with the first low net 36, and NETHTLE
moted to 1st degree Brown Belt. Juniors being promoted to Yel-
Mrs. J.M. Johnson with the
Clyde Harp, Green Belt, was defeated low Belts were Billy Lee, Larry sec-
ond
only once In seven matChes Parham, and Greg Whitmore.Also low net
and placed second In the 165 four members of the Duval County
lb. division.Pat Home for Boys, coached by Willie 37.j
Sullivan, the only Junior Jones, were promoted at this time. )* 3 Bedrooms
representing the Jax Navy Judo Again any one interested in the
club placed second in the 16 yr. art of Judo, beginner or experienced iLEGENDARY 1Y2 Bath
old division. persons, can attend one IUi Curved
Other members of the Judo Club of the meetings in Bldg. 726 every I Y Drive
that participated, but did not placeIn Monday and Wednesday night from
the Championship matches were: 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.


Kegler Action, L National League BAYBERRY [ ] ( THE


End Lucky 7 Rookies 3 CANDLES ElM
Nearing Eagles 3 Bandits 1

Play Boys Owl Hoots Postponed
Of SeasonKegler Vallons 0 Rejects 4 3 BR lY Baths

Pin Pounders 1 NARTU #2 3
action ends December 12, Marines 4 VU-10 0 FREE Garage
and the IM Bowl-off should begin Electrons 4. Air Frames 0
about December 16, barring the
Bomb Scorers 0 Pro's 4
unforseen. League leaders are '
sharpening for the final I H
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been
and the bowl-off. "You've WHEN YOU OPENA
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Last weeks action: I now I'm a sandwich en- NEW CHRISTMAS
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what ever you're doinj? candles of Christmas SIDEWALKS
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; DISTINGUISHED HONOR.Virgil

White House To r, ,. Plocidl, ADCS of the NAS Arm-
; i iJ .
'" ', has the Distinguished' Pis-
: ory
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,$t. ,<' ;' tal Shot Badge pinned on hU unIform -
Display Navy Painting ) I by NAS Jax CO, Copt.

Ii.i'\ James R. Compton, during for.
i-< mat) ceremonies at last Friday's
A portrait of one of the U.S. been revealed.
Chief Placid! also
Navy's earliest heroes, Com- Commodore Perry was the hero .aw.rwAq inspection.
heard read letter
modore Oliver Hazard Perry, will of the Battle of Lake Erie in the Copt. Compton a *
YAdm. W. R. Smed-
be hung in the White House. The War of 1312. His famous dispatch, signed by
III Chief of Naval Personnel
painting, by Samuel Lovett Waldo, "We have met the enemy and they berg, *
in which the chief of.
one of the foremost early are ours," was sent following the petty
American painters, has been ship- defeat of the British through a surprise ficer was given recognition for
F ped to Washington by a Barring- tactical maneuver aboard the i his 'superior performance while
ton, Rhode Island, art gallery at NIAGARA.The representing the United States
the request of the White House. Navy at the National (Rifle and

The painting, insured for portrait at one time belonged Pistol) Matches' held at Camp
$10,000, was shipped to Washington to the family of Allen Pinkerton Perry, Ohio, this past summer.
following correspondence with first head of the U.S. Secret (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner,
Mrs. Kennedy and William Elder, Service under President Abraham H2))
Curator of the White House. Details Lincoln, according to the gallery

of the acquisition have not director.STATION -

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GOLF CHAMPION Bob Whittig of VP-30 receives the __
overall championship trophy from tournament chairman Frank
Miller as runnerup Copt. F. D. Heyer (Ret.) former FAW-11 chief f
staff officd looks on. Whittig took the top honors of the three-

week running tourney with a final round score of 72. Copt. Hey- _. .
er' last score was 76. (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)) *

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