Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 12, 1962
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PKBR\ of' FLA.' HISTORY; ; --j


, SeeN-ov Nitze Makes First Visit Here; ;:- I

Awards Air Medal To VA-45 Pilot I IThe See Page Photos 6 )

Honorable Paul H. Nttze, sonville Beaches Chamber of Com vember 29. Fairfax and Captain James R. sentation by staff members of i
Secretary of the Navy, visited merce. This was his first official The secretary arrived from Compton, NAS Commanding Of- ComFalrJax followed by an auto :
Jacksonville Tuesday for a one- Washington and landed at NAS Jax ficer. tour of the Station facilities. While j\
day tour of local naval Installavisit to Jacksonville since becomwhere he was met by Rear AdThe familiarization tour of HAS visiting the Industrial area, Sec- i
tions and a talk before the Jacking the Navy's Secretary on No- miral Robert Goldthwalte Com- Jax began with a command pre- retary Nltze was briefed on the

._ __ functions of the Overhaul and ReNE -
pair Department headed by CaptainR.
H. Fagan.
r Next on the agenda was a 'W-'
visitation to Patrol Squadron Sixteen -
commanded by Commander
IA m'I I 1 Lester P. Boutte,where the Navy's t
\ ------ civilian briefed the
.'", leading was on
latest air anti-submarine warfare
Published Ly the Holt PuMinhing" Company a prlratc firm. Opinion nprntnc-d by lh- pulilimhrt" and writer, hrrrin. wv thrir own and not to I.e.ronnidrrrd an official l f I I I riprmiiion" of any tactics.
military department, 1 ho apnritranre of advertlwmrnU in this publication doe not constitute an rmlomrmrnt of any military department of the product! or "ncrvlce* aJvertlwd.VOL. ..
21 NO. 40 JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA DECEMBER 12, 1963 After the round of tours and
briefings, the Navy Secretary had
lunch with RAdm. Goldthwaite and
MPO Launches Capt. Compton, followed by a similar -

,, !! visit to NAS Cecil Field.
Prior to his visit to Mayport

Drive For 50 q Naval Station, later In the after-
noon, Secretary Nltze performedan

a'M, ,, f ll awardsceremonyduringapress
1J conference In the offices of Capt.
Needy FamiliesThe Compton at which time he presented -

l an Air Medal to Lieutenant E.F.
joy of giving In the true Bronson of Attack Squadron Forty-
Christmas spirit can be shared by r i: --- five.After
each Individual serviceman' and the ceremony, the secre-
civilian this year here at NAS tary was taken on a aerial tour of
Jacksonville as the Station Continued On
( Page 6)Medal )
endeavors to support 50 needy w -
families over the Christmas Holidays lf
with food clothing and toys.
These 50 families, within the
immediate area, have an average Given
from five to 14 children, many of
whom are unable to furnish even

the bare Most necessities of these of children everyday in FIRST FLA. VISIT-Greeting Secretary of the Navy Paul H. Nitze upon his arrival Tuesday at HAS, For Duty '

living.fact, are being furnished free Jax are RAdm Robert Goldthwalte, ComFolrJox, and Capt. J.R. Compton (center), Station CO. (Navy

lunches at school and often do not Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) .
have sufficient or suitable cloth- -Carriers Still ImportantFlattops' In Vietnam r rBy I

Ing to wear.
The drive behind the needy Marc Whetstone JOl 1

family project Is being spucred Future Not ThreatenedBy "One of the rewarding parts ofnlt
the Personnel Office
by Military
job as Secretary of the NavyIs
Division under the handsof
the opportunity to recognize men
Its Commander officer-in-charge J.A. Nichols, Lieutenant and- Polaris Submarine Says SecNav who have distinguished themselvesIn
the service of our country.
the Smith,
By Mae Spencer, J01 rier. Their primary role is part This was the opening remark of
The future of the carrier forces
of the Initial deterrent. The car- The Honorable Paul H. Nltze at a
The program originally was one and the role of the Polaris sub- Air Station Tuesday by the rier supports other factors. The press conference here on Tues-
(Continued On Page 8)) marine were discussed at the Naval Secretary of the Navy TheHonor- capability requirement of the mis- day when he presented an Air
able Paul H. Nitze In his second sion of the carrier Is growing and Medal to Lieutenant Edward F.

+ press conference since assumingthat attack carriers will continue to Bronson, a pilot assigned to Att-
position. He also presented the be necessary and required. ack Squadron Fortyfive.With .
Air Medal to Lieutenant EdwardF. "The Polaris has an essential the medal was a citation
Bronson of Attack Squadron role as a, major deterrent. Thereare which read... "Lieutenant EdwardF.
FortyFive."The 41 Polaris type submarines Bronson distinguished himself
evidence !is conclusive' planned and
most are funded. The
Continued On Page 6))
said the -that the (
Secretary Navy (Continued On Page 6))
should have 15 carriers. The Con- r
gress has authorized appropriatedfunds
l w. for a conventional carrier.
During the discussion of the car- ..
rier force the issue arose 'of
whether to wait or go forward with
the building of a conventional car-
rier. Evidence supported the nuclear -
propulsion carrier but the

margin was not that great thus
M tlit.I
.bd/As.rW: ?o Lr the President and Secretary Mc-

w.nM, ., Namara decided on the regular
rt carrier of the conventional type.
We propose to go forward with all
speed on this carrier."
As for the role of the carrier w
wd,.tt#:fi versus the Polaris submarine the
Navy official outlined the missionsof
each and their importance."The
primary missions" he said."are
different for the carriers and the
Polaris submarine. The Polarisis
AN OPPORTUNITY to make Christmas brighter for 50 some needy extremely important and has a
families is offered by the men and women of the NAS Military fixed and definite mission the most AVIATOR CITED..Lt. E.F. Bronson, of VA-45, (L) hears Air _
Personnel Office as they spearhead a drive to collect clothing, important of which is as a component Medal citation he received read by Col. F.H. Vogel Jr. aide .to
food, and toys prior to December 20. Here B.L. Turner, PN1 looks, of strategic deterrent. Secretary of the Navy Paul H. Nitre (second 'from right'Holding)
over a donated bike as Nancy Christopherson, SA and PatriciaA. "The Polaris role," he continued the medal, which the Secretary presented to the lieutenant onTues. \
Perracci, SA examine some other items and E.M. Smith, PHCS "is not in competition with day, Is Cdr. R.R. Renaldi, CO of VA45. (Navy Photo by Ron l
looks over a pair of shoes. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) the mission of the attack car- Gardner, )


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t The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
distributed each Thursday at the U. s. Naval Air Station

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
private firm. All Copv submitted for use in the JAX AIR

NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,

M-n uG'S ap Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before
; publication. News items are welcomed from all sources-
Telephone EV-9.7711, Ext. $162.

'a ,III Advertisements solicited by the publisher queries
,5; concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing

Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida-
Telephone 359.4040 or 359-0271

VOL. 21 NO. 40 DECEMBER 12, 1963

Don't Let A Fire Mar


TRAIN STOPPER-Next week at this time hundreds of servicemen and women will Your Merry ChristmasBy

take to the arteries of the nation's highways, bound for home" on holiday leave. Most will return

others might not. Take this photo along as a reminder that driving too fast or trying to out run

a train at crossing can result in a costly, deathly holiday. J.C. Davis, JOSN

What could ruin a Merry Christ Always check your lighting sets

Killer Behind Wheel mas more than a good fire, not for frayed wires, and broken
Divine, Services: In a fireplace? sockets. Always make sure that

You can make your Christmasa the decorations you use are fire-

. Protestant Services at the AU lot happier one if you take all proof. A )hot bulb or wire can and
Saints' Chapel Can Be Your EmotionThe precautions against a fire. will burn paper swiftly.

SUNDAY When you buy your tree, never Never allow smoking near

8:30 a.m. Service of holy Com killer behind a steering ninger gave this answer: allow it to dry out. One thing that the tree. Or place the tree next

munion wheel could be your own emotionout "There Is a little murder anda looks pretty on a dry tree or any to a fireplace or a radiator. One

9:30 a.m. Service of Dlylne Worship of control-according to one of little suicide dwelling in every tree on Christmas and In windowsare spark could be enough to collect

America's top psychiatrists. man's heart. Give him such a candles. But the saying goes insurance on your home.So .

9:30 a.m. Sunday School for ages Dr. Karl Menninger, chairman powerful weapon as a car, inflamehis "you won't" make the same mistake
3 through 16, Bldg. 122. the Menninger Foundation In Topeka inhibitions or irritations or twice. when you start getting ready

IfcOOa.m. Service of Divine Wor- Kans., says anger, for example frustrations, then add alcohol or Always use electric sets, you for your Christmas, be sure to
have to admit they are safer and double check everything for fire
ship can be murderous or fatigue, and the murder or suicide
just as nice. But there Is another prevention. Your fire department
6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship suicidal for a motorist.Dr. may get committed."
WEDNESDAY;; Menninger, In an article in Commenting on "accident hazard, overloaded sockets.Never doesn't like to work on holidays,

4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal the winter 1961 issue of Home and proneness," a widelyusedexpres- use too many cords in one socket. especially on Christmas.

Highway, published by Allstate Insurance sion, Dr. Menninger said: "Todaywe .

7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal Companies, said that we would rather say that accident

have a tendency to avoid responsi- proneness Is something that all of Chaplains/ : Message
bility for our accidents. us have more or less, and more on I

Catholic Services at St. Edward's "Accidents, we say, are caused one day than another. It fluctuateswith n R.S. Harris

Chapel, NATTU and Naval Hos- by fate, by hard luck, by Inadvertence various factors. Resentments,

pltal or ignorance or carelessnessor weariness, fatigue, disappointments. Within the limits of
SUNDAY, MASS distraction or alcohol, Dr. And sometimes these feel- man's technical memory living: being. A holy man wisely
Menninger wrote.If Ings lead to an accident progress has become observed that if man can not find
6:30 a.m. U. S. Naval Hospital seemingly limitless.
a motorist becomes careless, "No healthy-mindedperson ever, As God on earth, it Is not likely he
& 11:00 St.Edward's someone has
9:00 a.m. am. pointed out, until
what factors In him contributed to says-- 'It can't happen to me,' modern will discover Him In space. In
Chapel times
that costly, careless moment? He might meet a fool, you know. limited speed was contrast to the Cosmonaut, a
DAILY MASS to that of his horse.
In his article, titled "Accidentsare Or he might even temporarily be the United States Astronaut offered a
11:30 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel breaking of the "oatbarrier"as
Seldom his celestial jour-
Accidental. Dr.Men- one. prayer during
MONDAY & TUESDAY with the breaking of the "four- ney, for he had found God on earth

4:15 p.m. King Hall, NATTU Wage Survey of lax Labor minute mile" other barriers con- before he had lifted-off Into the
FRIDAY sequently were soon shattered until loneliness of space.

12:05 p.m. U. S. Naval Hospital we are now able not only to Like Joshua, the Executive Officer

SATURDAY Market Set for Early '64The circumnavigate merged but to the orbit earth our sub ter- death of of the Moses Commander-in-Chief, called with the

9:00 a.m. St.Edward's ChapelCONE6.SSIONSSATURDA7:00
Y Naval Air Station, Jackson- decreases) which have occurred ago beyond sphere the at realm speeds of not long to lead his people further toward

p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before ville has been advised that a joint since the previous full scale sur- comprehension. ordinary their fulfillment as a light to othersIn
Surely bar-
Masses Bureau of Labor Statistics Navy vey are obtained. Wage data collectors riers will soon find their wait- darkness, our Astronautbelieved

Catechism Classes: Grade School wage change survey of the Jacksonville are not ordinarily used and ing place In the history books. he could not be alone whereverhe
SATURDAY labor market area Is specific Information as to the num- Following went. Unlike himself, God was
one such
1 tentatively scheduled for early In ber of employees In theprlvate Industrial celestial recent not limited to or by the created
10:00 .m. AU Saints' Activities voyage a Soviet
1964. area are not obtained. Cosmonaut dimensions of time and space.
reported that he
building 722NURSERY Data on this wage change survey Wage change surveys are usually seen no evidence In has Whether we can ponder DivinityIn
will be collected from all firms conducted between full scale sur- space of a flight or not, we all can find
The Naval Air Station Nursery
Child participating during the last full veys. Him on earth or not. If we so
located In Building 560 on
scale survey. TheBLSwillcontactall discover His presence here and
Street, pens at 8:15 a.rn. on Sun-
firms on the joint BLSNavylist now, we may have the assurancethat
day morning. Parents attending Station Traffic
Masses or Protestant ser- as these firms are of joint Record Violation accompanies the awarenessthat
Interest. The Area Wage and we can never be where He
vices leave children in
may young Classification Office will contact The following Is a report of is not with us and always waiting
the without .
Speeding. .
charge.To .
nursery .
the remaining firms which are not traffic violations for the period of 9 with the outstretched arms of

on the BLS list. Since BLS con- December 1 through December 7. Reckless driving . 1 Calvalry. Certainly, no matter how

be a successful leader in a tacts a large number of firms of Going through stop sign 4 far or fast man Is yet to go
democracy It Is Important to per- types not covered by Navy, the BLS NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis Other violations. . 41 he will not be breaking a "God-

suade a sizeable number of people portion of the survey started last week. . . ? 9 Thirty three barrier," for whatever barriers
you are heading In the right week In the Jacksonville area and Total accidents this year through before the Traffic drivers appeared there were to be broken began to

direction. The best way to accomplish may be given some publicity December 7 . 257 at the Hearing Board die with the birth in Bethlehem's
this purpose is to let through BLS releases to news- Number of accidents through Disposition meeting of held on December 9. stable long ago in the days of the
them have hand All data obtained BLS December 1962 cases included
a In setting that papers. by 258 the "oat-barrier." _
direction and then keep the two- for the Navy Is held by BLS until Number of days since last injury Parking following: eight lost driving and I'

way lines of communication and the Navy portion of the survey In motor vehicle accident station for privileges aboard the suspended penalties; 16weregiven

Information open and active between Is ordered.A . . . .2 were various periods; 11 warnings; three were dismissed;,
leaders and followers. wage change survey differs assigned to complete an and five referred
NUMBER OF eight hour one was dismissed
Editorial, Dairyman's League from a full scale survey In that VIOLATIONSThis driving course in remedial ( to commanding officers for

News, 102263. wage changes only (Increases or week. . . 55 Instructions; nine received possible disciplinary action.


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!12, 1963 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE ,_ .

See Paris Ordered Put

To Use In O&R Dept.

.. Fifteen members of the Supply escorted their guests into the shop
Department's Control Division which constructs,repairs and tests
were conducted on a tour throughthe the strong, almost bullet proof
working spaces of the Over- rubber fuel tanks used aboard air
> haul and Repair Department last craft.
Thursday, seeing where seemingly
/ Wrapping up the two-hour visit
endless paper work transformsinto
.. ,I l' which coordinated
mechanical usefulness. was within the
( I.l, 1it These men and women are responsible two NAS departments'* by HA.
=:-; in the Supply Departmentfor Sleeves of Supply, the group was

SEEING PARTS THEY ORDERED put to use in the O&R Deportment are members of the Control ordering and maintaining stock shown the working shops of the '. ,
Division of the Supply Department. Working on the T.58 turbo jet helicopter engine are (L) W.E. levels which support the O&R De- A3D Skywarrior and F4D Skyray

Besecker and F.D. Hayes, forf'_round. The tour was conducted by H.R. Ray, AMHC (R). (Navy partment. Because of this, it was jet aircraft.

Photo by Ron Gardner. PH2)) decided that touring the industrial Next on the agenda was a meet-
areas would help the individuals ing with M.F. Dressler, leadingman
visualize the need for meeting required with the Aircraft Electronics

Mcrpgk0 schedules. Systems who explained the
Conducting the tour were Henry intricate workings of the distance
R. Ray, AMHC, leading chief of measuring equipment used in hel-
5338 Norwood Avenue the military Acceptance for icopters. This is a device which

In the Gateway Shopping Center rsh1Y Transfer Division within O&R,and lets the pilot know how many
EJ. Salamon ADRCA, of the same nautical miles, or knots, his
LADIES DRESSES LINGERIE divisl n., is f from his destin-
SWEATERS SKIRTS, present position
COATS, HANDBAGS, HOSIERY, COSTUME JEWELRY ( The familiarization visit began> ation. another Supply-handled
in the shops and reconstructionareas request item.
Open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mon. thru Sat. of various Navy and Marine
From the main of O&R
Corps, helicopters. Here, the
the tour continued on to the paint
LAYAWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS ; Supply personnel were given a firsthand
then the
look shop, onto testing flight
at a T-58 turbo jet
engine, used I In the 11SS2 helicopter, line where test pilots of O&R
which worked shake out any hidden mechanical
was being on by air inefficendes.
craft engine machanics F.D.Hayes
and W.E. Besecker. Requests for There are plans toscheduleslmilar : -
Need cash?
holiday shopping parts for this type engine, for tours of this nature to give

adla tile MONftIUI example, pass through the handsof other personnel in the Control
the Supply's Control Division Division an equal opportunity to
Check lithe Perm'slow
personnel. get acquainted with the Supply De-
tafttraaot rata Chiefs Ray and Salamon then partment's largest customer.
for careful cldnn-

rates so low that oao
tI' out of two may MTO

h tit Important dollars

And check Stato i w '4 yo

Farm servles-se

good that people ta I Gu w 1 if At

sure moro can with
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7t 389-0338 : 1,.,

'9,'.lU STATE FARM MUTUAL CONGRATULATED by Gfr. T. C. Deans, NAS Operations
/ dl AUTCMOBItl INSURANCE Officer, far right, and receiving their checks for sustained superior .
BtQOMINGTON.IWN01i performance are (I L.R) H.A. Bruce and Dorothy LaPan. Bruce
has been with HAS since June 9, 1941 and Mrs. LaPan has been
with NAS approximately 17 years.(Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, FH2))

Get a loan from HFCGet NATTUAdvdHCfslSTo

extra cash now. ..for gifts, travel and all your
seasonal money needs. Borrow confidently from Top Pay GradesTwo
the people more servicemen trust-HFC. men donned CPO hats and

thirteen added stars November 16
c. .
---r-- r+ 111 re U 6 at the Naval Air TechnlcalTraining
4J1J Dm. n pofmh bomb % NEW CARS
Ask about Credit Slot $ 5.93 $ 7.29 10.07 518.48 Unit.They were presented advance-
Life Insurance 200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.97 Lowest Prices ment certificates in ceremonies

on loans 3M 5028.97 17.79 35.85 21.88 3021 49.75 91.78 55.45 Highest Trade-in Allowance Monday, Nov. 18, by Captain C.G.

at troop rata 600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80 .Easy Terms-The Nicesest Treatment in Town Strum, NATTU Commanding Of-

Ckftftt rat camfntttd ft 3% .*that pert., .Jf! ficer.
tckeituU4 mmtUj Matters net KwrfiMf tJOO Of those adding stars four were
a42%.....ry,._'rt4n. advanced to Master Chief and the

o Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots other nine were promoted Senior
liii 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Kings Ave.
JlOUSEI2INANC! : Those advanced and their new
Full One-Year Guaranteed Warranty rates Included A. B. Kramer,
:i1 ii On Every O old: AECA; J. A. Hurley, AECA; J. R.

25 West I Orfield AECS J.E. Jewell.AECS;
Forsyth St.-Phone
D. Williamson AECS; S. Gruber,
Cedar Hills Shopping Center AECS; R.G. Werba, AECS; H.O.F.

3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 @J THOMPSONJacksonville's Long, AECS; G.R. Priddy, AECS;
W.H. Anderson, AQCS; S.J.Bland-
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 ford, Jr., SMCS; R.L. Winslow, ,
Above office open Friday evenings until P.M. 4 Center" AECM; G. W. Campbell,AECMG.A. ; -


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$5.00 a day 5* a mile Friday, December 13 p.m. tels 8:00 p.m. Cay- and Chan-

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Dance to Johnny Arnold 4' Friday, December 13

Castle 8:30: p.m. 12:30
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SERVICE December 14 9:00: p.m.1300 am.
December 14
PHONE: 384-6482 Dance to your favorite Combo Saturday, December 14
Phil Cay and Chantels 8:30 p.m.
6400 Yukon Road Jacksonville 10. Fla. Sunday, December 15 12:30: a.m.Sunday March Wilson and Red Coats
8:00 p.m..1:00 a.m.
Dance to George Hughs December 15
Sunday, December 15
YUKON DINER Game Night 5:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.
Carl and
Mach Four 8:30: p.m.1L30 p.m. Boyd Rhythm Kings
Monday, December 16 8:00 p.m..12:00: a.m.

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OPEN 1000 to 0100SANDWICHES December 17 Tuesday, December 17

Happy Hour Game Night 7:30: p.m. 9:30: p.m. Happy Hour 5:00: p.m. 7:00: p.m.

COLD DRAFT AND BOTTLE BEER Wednesday, December 18 Wednesday, December 18 Wednesday, December 18

PHONE 387-9351 Country Drifters Western Night Happy Hour 4:00: p.m.6:00: p.m. Game Night 8:00 p.m.


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i/ Gliding, 'top II Diamond Stylus Is guarantud' 10 Via,.. : : : ::
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FAETU Host *

p y AI To Italian 1i

'!' 1r A ; ..
'-- NavymenThe

Navy has extended Its train- I
s 1,, Ing program to Include six chief
petty officers of the Italian Mil- k.I'
itary Armed Forces.They are here
training at Fleet Airborne Elec-

; -- tronics Training Unit Detachment ITALIAN STUDENTS-Commander J.S. Walker, Officer in Chargeof
f 1 k_ Two They are scheduled to com- FAETULant Det Two, (right) welcomes six Italian Military
plete a four weeks course in the students to NAS. (L-R) Lt. R.W. Arenth, Avionics Officer for FAETU
operation and maintenance of elec- r---
t ay CPO Francesco Butta, CPO Angelo Magliocco, C PO Vincenio
tronic equipment on S2A aircraft.
Caldarella, C FO Andrea Gri, CPO Guiseppe Di Pierro and CPO
Prior to Jacksonville
coming ,
Angleo Mion. (Navy Photo)
the Italians completed 20 weeks of
ct. Intensive study In Norfolk, Va.
Commander J. S. Walker,

Charge F AETULant greeted Det Two the group Officer-in-upon 9 P.M. DANCE 2 A.M.

their arrival here.USD .

NotesThursday HENRY FORD'S

"Melody Boys"

December 12

UNLOADING a boxcar of Canadian Spruce which will be on sale Homemade goodies Night EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
until Christmas at the comer of Yorktown Avenue and Mustin Road Friday, December 13 PUBLIC INVITED
ore three Navy Exchange workers (L to R) P.W. Hawes, E.B. Lip-
ovoligie and Troy Squires, Navy Exchange Manager (Navy Photo Friday 13th Good Luck Party VFW POST 7909 HALL
by Ron Gardner, 'PH2)) Saturday, December 14

Christmas Trees Sales Open 10:00: a.m. 11:00 p.m. 6204 BLANDING BLVD.

Sunday, December 15 B.Y.O.B. BEER AT BAR

Movie "Model and the Mari-
Offering Spruce; age Broker" E S
trees went on sale Monday, December 16 raga

yesterday on the tennis courts located Christmas Spirit Night I

Avenue at and the Mustin corner Road of ,Yorktown accord- Free DanceThe Tuesday, December 17 Locations To Serve You

Ing to a Navy Exchange spokesman. Luthern Service Center, 19 USO Jr. Volunteer Party at NAS
. West Forsyth Street,Jacksonville, Hospital
w Of this year's quantity of 7,500 will hold a Christmas Square Dance From Atlantic Mills -
Canadian Spruce and Scotch Pine, for service personnel on Saturday, Wednesday, December 18
a total of 4,200 will be off loaded December 21, at 8:00: p.m. Free Disc Jockey Show Al Albert 2809 MAYPORT RD.- .Mile'From NS Gate
from five railroad box cars hereat refreshments will be served. 8:00: p.m. 11:00 p.m.Carroll's AND NOWI

NAS Jacksonville while distributed the remainder 6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD.} Mile N. HAS Gate i
are being Pruitt Tire Co.)
among the naval Installations of inc (formerly
NAS Cecil Field, NS Mayport and sport shop BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE! ARM FRITZOn
NAS Glynco, Ga. Tires -Boffer/ei/ hOclCI -tjral; (Ref CP ,
Between now and Christmas Eve, HUNTING FISHING FOOTBALL e Front End Engine* & Transmission/ / Work ( '

when sales will close, the hoursof r'rBASKETBALL.1 BASEBALL GOLF
operation are as follows: ( ,.- ROD AND REEL REPAIRING m ijfflii'WOM 1 tut u m.
I' .::i? St. Croix/ South Bend and Garcia Fishing Tackle
Monday Thru Thursday :_ Kr ,'Edon. bpahltno & HI/SOM/ doll C'luifJ. NOTHING DOWN EASY PAYMENTS
9 a.m. to 4:30: p.m. I/

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750 x 14 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE
9 a.m. to 12 noon 800x14 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE
850 x 14 3 FOR 87.75 1 FREE
Closed SundaysHospital the ONE place to 900 950 x 14 3 FOR 98.55 1 FREE
600 x 13 3 FOR 66.72 1 FREE
call for 650 x 13 3 FOR 65.10 1 FREE
To 670 x 15 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE
710 x 15 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE
760 x 15 3 FOR 80.40 1 FREE _.
Give Polio
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III Sabin Oral Polio vac- S FREE
all military Phone Beneficial! Get cash double-fast for any good rea
cine will given PREMIUM O
personnel, their dependents and son furloughs, expenses, bills, you-name-it! And get W WITH TIRES: OTHERWISE .QQ
civil service personnel from 8:00 Beneficial's International Credit Card, too, for Immediate fry Q
a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Saturday, Cash Loan Service at any affiliated Beneficial office any.
January 18 and Sunday, January where! Beneficial I likes to say "Yes!" Cal now! 670x15Brunswick
19, 1964 In the Mass ImmunizationCenter
Ward A-2, South Lobby, BENEFICIALFINANCE Special ANY U.S, 9S
of the Naval Hospital BUILT CAR
Type II will be given inthesame SYSTEM 895 $ $ PARTS A LABOR
Saturday, February
manner on T
and Sunday, March 1same; place Leans up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Note ALL PRICES PLUS FEDERAL AND STATE TAX

same hours. JACKSONVILLE_ 311 West Bay Beneficial St., Mayflower Finance Hotel--------Co. of Jacksonville ELgm 3.4473 wsw iii CHIEF TIRE CO.

"Before this trial begins," the -5059 Normandy Blvd. (Near Normandy Drive-in). V4-4595 750 x 14TUBELESS
"I'd 8130 Lem Turner Rd. (L. Forest Shopping Ctr.P0) 5.2623 5444 NORMANDY 2809 MAYPORT
cautioned the ,
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like to point out for the benefit of Town & Country Shopping Center . .RA 4-7910 BLVD r
EV 9 0388 CH 6 4825
that In -
fans, 12"
any Perry Mason SO. JACKSONVILLE- Beneficial Finance Co. of Florida
this court the district attorney S 3436- Beach Blvd., South Gate Plaza EX8.1515 6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD EVJ 4.4631
sometimes wins."

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16 HARIU CPO' Advance i SecNav As S8een. By. NAS ;,Jax

I' ,..... .'.." .
To Senior, Master Status r I r '

MASTER CHIEF Drive, Jacksonville; Earl G. Eck-

James F. Bums, ADCM, VR- ford, ADCM, VR-741 2248Carnes r
742, 8580 Lenox Avenue, Jackson- Street, Orange Park.
ville; Clarke Chltty, YNCM,VP- Howard M. Heminger, Jr., l- \
ADCM, VP-742 1668 Whitman rE -
741, 1968 Morningstde Street, r ,
Street Jacksonville Jack W. Merriam
; -
Jacksonville; Berry W, Dodson,
Jr., ADCM, VP-742, 2822
ADCM, VP-741, 2054 Sprinkle9ES1
Stanwood Avenue, Jacksonville;
Adolph A. Novak, ADCM, VS-742,
3040 Imperial Street,Jacksonville;
Raymond G. Splinter, Jr., AMCM,
HS-741, 3751 Lilly Road Jackson-

Thomas F. Bourrie, ADCS, VP-
742 976lKllne Roadjacksonvllle
Terrell, G. Coleman, ADCS AWS-; STRESSING an important point in his press conference held here Tuesday is Secretary of the Navy
74, 1616 Glendale Road, Jackson-, Paul H. Nitre. Earlier in the day, accompanied by Copt. Louis Pressler, FAW-11 and other officials
the Secretary observed ASW aircraft at VP-16. While at NAS h. also toured 0&Rand conferred with
ville Henry W. Corson, AKCS,
officers. He also visited Cecil Field and .
AWS-7, 8525 South West 42nd high ranking Navy May port.FLIGHT

Street, Miam1Walter; Hagedorn,
Contact. me today! Medal
I ADCS, HS-742,4234 DeVore Place, 4

I r I JOE Jacksonville. (Continued from page 1))
I i' William E. LeFevre, ATCS,VS-
\ !r 743, 800 North Tropical Trail, %. ., by meritorious achievement while
LUTEN Merritt Island; James McAlister, 1 participating In sustained aerial
AMCS, VS-742, 1208 E. Hanna flight as pilot advisor with the
Phone 771! 6400 Avenue, Tampa; Waldo N. Page, Vletnemese Air Force from May
3811 BiandinLBlvd AOCS, VA-741, 3528 Dorethea 10, 1963, to July 2, 1963. During
STATE FARM -- Road, Jacksonville; Elbert P. this period, the airmanship and
tMlalAabrssltNMllr. c:..plq A Scrij ner, ADCS VF-742, 4104 courage exhibited by Lieutenant
.... t1itM"I JW-a.u.s.I Anvers Boulevard, Jacksonville. Bronson in the successful accomplishment -
Ia I of these Important recon-
\ naissance missions, under
It If f I extremely hazardous conditions,
rAr t demonstrated his outstanding pro-
VANDERBILT TIRES ficiency and steadfast devotion to
duty. The professional ability and

_......1 outstanding aerial accomplishments -

3 AUTO CENTERS TO SERVE YOU LINE CONFERENCE topic is discussed by Navy of Lieutenant Bronson himself reflect -
Secretary Nitze (left) and Cdr. L.P. Boutte, CO of VP-16 while great credit upon "
and the United States Air Force.
on tour of patrol squadron spaces. (Below) New Secretary dons
earphones aboard NAS helicopter for hop to NAS Cecil Field and Present for the awards cere-
MONEY DOWN believed be the such
later NS mony, to only
to Mayport. (NavyPhotos by Ron Gardner, PH2)) medal presented to a Navy pilot

In the Vietnam missions,
AS LOW AS $117| PER WEEK were Rear AdmiralRobertGoldth-

waite, ComFairJax; Captain
James R. Compton, NAS Jax Com-
t 1st QUALITY NYLON 24 MONTH UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE manding Officer and CommanderR.R.

SIZE ''for 21v '* Renaldi, Commanding Officerof
1 for 983| 540115/ 1.13 tlEI 3532
Attack Squadron Forty-five.
110115 1.13 II U 3532 'wf'' b. ir
11Cx15 I''." "Ei "U Y During the period Lt. Bronsonwas
2 for 1866 760115 1111 2111 51 J2 r > assigned to the Air Force
150i1440ilS 12.33 2311 45 32Kll
1DG1t4 21.CS 55.32or Section of the Military Assistance
4 f 3532 ISOtUSCOitJ 1113 32.SI (332 t '* Advisory Group In Vietnam he
11.13 21(1 3132
70il5- OOi1CTUItTTH 150113]) 11.13| 22.61 1332 flew the T-28 aircraft on 25 sup-
NYLON IUCKWALI ADD I.M ON II"TUtUISS TUU. /rf mFr l N, port missions, five of which required -
All Tlr. Plus Tax Exchangt-N-Na $3.00 Add-On if Old Tire Net CappakU him tp expose his aircraftand
It+MeNrN9M+IN forces
affording opposing a
FRONT END I ROTATION maximum opportunity to establish

,r' $583 FREE r concentrated ground fire patterns.
SPECIAL ..'" A MOUNTING RMAh4 I11 tl The 31 year-old pilot, from Wilmington
(' t Del, has logged over

Smut CIOAK NUtS SOUTHSIDI 2,000 hours flight time in the
1104 lUWi.f IM.CWw 1244 PhillM HIWIT AIH Skyraider aircraft and has
I7t'8 MAIN
( H.lbM .
IL 4.9051 j If, IgCaN) "A.r.u n'ha.:011 Plait, served with VA-45 since It was
"SANDY" CROSSO, 0/.. Mu.W.4..'rL J p"'UH"'TI --- -' commissioned here at NAS Jack-
,. UNII CRIII 9 P.M., ...,. Wd..dq'19 CARROLL CRIII,Mr.,..MM" Flattop sonville last February. In addi-
(Continued from poge 1)) tion, he has in the past been
% I I program Is going forward." assigned to other Sky raider squad
"The carriers", continued the rons on this Station Including VA-
Secretary, "have a role as gen- 44, VA-15 VA-105, and VA-135.
eral deterrents and In support of SecNav
foreign policy In general They
(Continued from 1))
will have an Increasing role In page
this field." the Mayport Naval Station an3then<

On other matters the Navy'stop he was met by the Station's com-
official said that Improvement manding officer, Captain H.
of facilities for the Jack- Turner, who briefed him on the na-

the Friendly.Folks: at sonville Navy complex was seen tion's major southeastern naval
but this does not necessarily mean carrier basin.
t ttA'1 expansion. As for any reductions His( military visits ended Sec-
O In line with President Johnson'scall retary Nitze proceeded to the Atlantic
for the Beach !Hotel where he addressed -
t economy
vV Secretary
1234 KING STREET of the Jack-
rt said that he had not had timeto a gathering
q : r.ol near Park Street go Into It In detail as the bud- sonville Beach Chamber of Commerce
KSO get Is being presently put together. after which he returned to
384-7541 Following the press conference, Mayport Naval Station for his departure -
V M. .DIC Mr. Nitze left the air station by for the Capitol City.

helicopter for the Mayport Naval Beaches Chamber of CommerceIn
Station. Later that evening he Atlantic Beach. He returned to
addressed a gathering of the Washington Tuesday evening.

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12,1963 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 7'w

Navy Wives NX, Post Office Extend

'6 ''F 1Y Club Notes Hours For Holiday SeasonThe I

Navy Wives Jax 86 met last Sun working hours for the Post open until 8:00 p.m. On Saturdays,
December 7 and 21, the NAS Exchange -
day evening at the club house on Office and Navy Exchange at NAS,
Enterprise Ave. Mrs. John Buch- will be extended during the holi- and Toyland will be open.
day season. until 1:00 p.m. The Exchange and:
I AJ7/k man and Mrs. Franklin Laynewere
-II welcomed into the organization.Mrs. The Post Office building 920, Toyland will remain open until.
Janie Wood was introducedas will open an half-hour earlier, 2:00 p.m. Saturday, December 14.
a guest.At 8:00 a.m.,from Monday December
Ia : this meeting a nominating 16 through Saturday,December 2L
committee was appointed to On Saturdays, December 14 and C1zitlwL
receive nominations for board officers 21, they will close at 2:30 p.m.
_r. r r for the coming year. l Heading The Navy Exchange will have the $
i wy the committee will be Mrs. Hospital Exchange open Mondaysuntil
Paul Day, assisted by Mrs. Har- 8:00 p.m., and Fridays, the
vey Brennan, Mrs. Franklin Layneand NAS Exchange and Toyland will be
Mrs. David McCoy. CHICKEN
Plans were made to have a A woman took her small son to DINING OR ALL YOU
Christmas Luncheon on December visit a department store Santa ROOM CAN EAT
GEE DAD, THEY SPARKLE says Brian Smith, ton of CaptainW.A. 12 at 12 p.m. In the club house. Claus. ., $1503f8KfNGSAVtr.
Smith at promotion ceremonies held at the NAS Marine Bar. Each member will bring a giftto "And what would you like for .. s.oIooJ Charcoal I
racks, December 3, where he is the Executive Officer. Capt. be exchanged later on In the Christmas?" asked the jolly old St.oh
Smith reported to NAS in August. He and his wife Jean resideat program. Mrs. Thomas Lusbywill saint.
2313 Burpee Drive in Jacksonville. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner be chairman of the luncheon, assisted The child stared at him, hor-
) by Mrs.Carl Freel and Mrs. rified.
Randy Lesler. "Good Grief r' he wailed.
PH2)r A Christmas party Is plannedfor "Didn you get my letter?"-- f
the children of the members. Harold E. Youngs. +
V This will take place on the after- t
noon of December 22 at the club
house. Each parent is requestedto + hcI-
"\ trill will distribute Christmas f }
\- wSYa bring a toy for each of their baskets to needy families duringthe g1
own children clearly marked with holidays. + + +
the child's first and last name. After the meeting refreshmentswere .
\ Mrs. John Lee will be chairman of
l served by Mrs. Jesse Bush ON U.S. HWY. I, SOUTH
this affair. Mrs. Paul Day and Mrs. Wallace WE CAN CATER YOUR PARTY
Club chaplain Mrs. Stanley Cot- Everosky. Tophcnfo Af/n, Owner & M gr.

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Commanding Officer of the HAS Marine Barracks, are (L.R) B.F.
Finch and N.J. Thibodeaux, for upon their promotion to sergeant.
Finch has been at NAS for six months and Thibodeaux has been
aboard for two years and six months. (Navy Photo by Ron Gard.ner .

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: Gt'\E 8" _J-A--X AIR N'E' :'S- DECEMBER 12, 1963 l ;

ARMY EMPLOYEE HONORED History of Communism
Mrs. Hazel. E. Johnson receive s

the Deportment of the Army' ConfuseA
The Bolsheviks

Certificate of Service for mor :

than 20 years of federal service'. : ;
I Mqking the presentation at hi s .. Disenchanted PeopleFourth

headquarters in Bldg.467 wa< pw ( in a series of 20 articles entitled The History of Communism,
:o1. Eugene H. Walter, CO,., by MSgt. Walter Stewart USMC. Reprinted by AFPS from the San
4 Diego Chevron Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego Calif.)
Florida Sector Command, \I'\, "
Army Corps. (Army Photo) While the revolutionary government was dominated by left-wing
elements, it was not their revolution. Alan Moorehead notes, ". .
J the truth was this March rising like so many other lesser risings in
\ the past, was not directly provoked by the revolutionary leaders, least
of all by Lenin and the Bolsheviks" (who, in fact were-ln exile at the I
It time} I
r CANYD -' f I
'.- A provisional government was
Take your car with you? established and immediately gained the rioters and they never re-
For Financing and Insurance recognition by America Great assembled. Lenin was driven once
Army Honors Mrs. Johnson Britain and France.
stateside and overseas, call r more into exile, his Bolsheviks :
The somewhat disorga.tzed. blamed for the entire affair.
DYER M. BURR, tw sntin9' After 20 Years ServiceCompletion sheviks in Petrograd were com- By September, the Bolsheviks
manded by two novice Leninists
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES : had regained i much of their
FINANCE CORPORATION & of more .than 20 vice on Monday. December 2. Vyacheslave Molotov and Vissar- strength. In fact, they were abk
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE years of federal service by Mrs. Presenting the award to Mrs. ionvich Djugashvili, the latter to ram through the Petrograd So- ,
INSURANCE COMPANY Hazel E. Johnson, 1610 Aletha Johnson was Colonel Eugene H. better known later as Joseph Sta- viet (council) almost their entire i

5613 Timuquana Road. Drive, has brought her recognitionfor Walter, Commanding Officer lin.The program: a government of social-
Ph. 771-0527 her loyal and faithful service Florida Sector Command IV U.S. time seemed right for the ists, exclusively; the control of industry -
with the Department of Defenseby Army Corps during Informal Bolshevik first string to move In. by workers; land reforms;
the award of the Departmentof ceremonies at his headquarters [in By secret arrangements with the and agreements to sue for peace.
the Army's Certificate of SerGlliUftL& Building 467 at the JacksonvilleNaval German government, based on a On the morning of Nov 7, Trot-
Air Station where she is pledge to sue for peace as soon as as chairman of the Military
-- sky
-- --- -- - --
employed.Mrs. they could gain control Lenin and Revolutionary Committee issued a
I Johnson began her federal others were shuttled through Ger- proclamation announcing the fall of
/ service career in 1942attheNavalAir many in a sealed train and releasedat the Provisional Government and

I \& I II Station,working there for some the Finnish border In mid then, with friendly troops, pro-
seven and a half years with the April. ceeded to deliver theCOup'dgrace.By .
Disbursing Office and the Overhaul Lenin was given a hero's arrival the 13th, Petrograd was
&AITI8l8 I and Repair Department.In -- until he spoke. His demand firmly in the hands of the Lenin-
I January 1950 Mrs. Johnson that the Provisional Government ists and on the 15th Moscow opposition -
1838 Cassat Avenue PHOME EV 4-4556 transferred to the now inactivated be destroyed, that workers collapsed.
I 24 Newly modernized lanes O Fully air-conditioned Florida Military District at 2137 soldiers and peasants be armed for Prime Minister Kerensky circumvented -
I FREE Nursery Complete Restaurant Facilities Liberty St., the organization from seizure of the factories, lands and the Leninists and gained -
which the Florida government was not warmly re-
I present Sector a national election for repre-
Complete Pro Shop and Guaranteed Work ceived. He
was severely rebuffed.
I Command formed
was in November sentatives to a new government: a
BRING THIS COUPON FOR ONE 1958 and has served with these Fate however, played into Len- Constituent Assembly.
I I U.S. Army Reserve organizationssince in's hands. The majority groups
FREEGAME that time, working in (Social Democrats and Social Revolutionaries -
I positions as clerk, cost account- ) were hopelessly divided Needy Families
WITH TWO PAID GAMES. ( ing clerk and supervisory clerk.In and neither would yield (Continued from page !1))'
ADULTS ONLY, PLEASE. addition to general clerical ground to the other.
.I duties assigned !In connection with The workers (the "Industrial in which volunteers of the MPO

Lr. I the Sector's administering control Proletariat"( ) found things no bet- Division were striving to provide
---------- ----- -- and training of all U.S.Army Re- ter in this new government, so holiday cheer for 10 such families.
serve units and personnel throughout again they revolted. When 30,000 However, when the response turned
Quick to a heart the state of Florida, she also workers appeared on the streets out far above expectation it was
easy way family's decided the number of
serves as Records Management July 16, Lenin and his crew jumped to expand
Assistant for the Sector Head- on the bandwagon.It families to be supported to 50
quarters. was an ill-fated effort. A and open the door of charity to
heavy summer shower disbanded others on the Station who so desire -
to join In giving donations.The .
aim Is to give each childat
WONDERFUL J WESTERN AUTO least one toy, some clothesand
G to furnish each family witha
box of food consisting of such
i. '. J VfV.. ASSOCIATE STORE stable foods as corn meal flour,

grits rice a
potatoes large
1 mi. north of NAS
at 5541] Roosevelt Blvd.In .
chicken, 2 lbs. of bacon a bagof
Venetia Village. fruit, and 2 lbs of candy.

TREAT Radios, TV's, Appliances, Davis Tires, Bikes, Division officers and petty officers -
Sporting Goods, Auto Partsetc., etc. arc encouraged to push this
More than program within their divisions and
16,000 items TO CHOOSE
FROM ask that collections be made of any
EASY PAYMENT PLAN AVAILABLEEV discarded objects around the

"of Is Pieces 8.3470 house. Once collected, these Items
Chicken, 10 hot rolls,
',i Pint gravy or cole tUw may be delivered to MPO Bldg.
for 5-7 hungry adults .. 995, or call Exts. 240, 8177 or
only -- ..- .... .....' .
IDEAL FOR 8179 for pickup arrangements.Those .

HOLIDAY PARTY I Ipinj I GET ACQUAINTED who have no articles for
S 95 OFFER discard or are unable to obtain
ANDENTERTAINING 3 canned foods, but are still
i >hot V ) THIS COUPON WORTHA desirous I of contributing, may make
ready ro A/ cash donations which will be usedto
I'arty and holds serve complete each food box It
21 pcs. chicken f 5.40 $1.00 was stated.

ENOUGH FOR 10 ADULTS Each family, according to a MPO
WE'RE OPEN SUNDAYS When Presented With Purchase Of Any Shoes spokesman will be thoroughly investigated -
Selling $4.90 Up t to Insure that such a
expires n8/64)) need exists and that no other

Kit.t ck fi4edChickn!!! advertise We ALL offer SHOES you shoes the ON for largest DISPLAY the entire selection(SELF family of at SERVICE nationally savings) the similar charitable assistance organization to them is planning over

M M. t of 50rito70r. Save another $ holidays.
Oltyt'lhs The cutoff date for all
t CEDAR HILLS SHOP. CENTER SP ,1-9704, SP '..353't I Ahh'C NT contributions has been set for
.. LAKEWOOD SHOP. CENTER FL 9-2616' LAUU J SHOE STORE December 20 to enable the volunteers -
SHERWOODPLAZA PO 8-1932' to make deliveries to the
9th, and MAIN STS. 356.2464 5128 BLANDING Blvd. at 103rd Street
t ST. NICHOLAS SHOP. CENTER FL 9.4955 needy families prior to Christ-
mas Eve.t .

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-45 Takes Football Tournament

;ertime To Overthrow VA-174 By I : i

)'Blackbirds of VA-45, won the recent ComFairJax/Coml=airDetJax Inner Football
,.,; the field adjacent to the stadium on Yorktown Avenue.
: : e first round VA-45 drew a bye and had to wait until the second round before seeing action.
; saw the Blackbirds: 1 /
.,ng the VP-7 team by one /
'k own, 6-0. In the s e mi-fina is :: : :: .:.5.; r. !
4 : : :: : 1 / / / 1
lackbirds had to go Into over- j -
go defeat the VAH-5 squad In /
,, to gain the finals, 7-6. .' ,.... ,
i, -174, on its march to the fi- ::;'i., : ( )
was also involved in an over- : .. :':i.yirati:: }}:. ...i.V.C: ::?,., ..i,,; ..k v ( )
game and had to go into ex-
[time in order to squeek outpoint
a .. 'victory over theVP-30
i a Ii d, 13-12. In the semi-finals
"X174 then defeated the VA-44 r
sit-ad. 6-0.
The championship game saw one
[['tbe most exciting games playedthe
station fields this year.
VF-174 team led In most of

., game by one touchdown, until
.. closing minutes of the 3rd z ,.
tier when the VA-45 squad ral-
to get Its TD and force the .1 "' ;
tlon Into extra time. Intheover-
ic period VA-45 gained the most til i
t .... +
rdage and was awarded the wing Q. r t
one point,and ComFairJax r Ti
lampionship, 7-6. R #
In first round action VA-45 drew .t PH2).J
bye, VP-' defeated FAETU,
[AP-62 defeated ComFairJax,
AH-5 drew a bye, Saratoga'drewbye. '
VA-44 defeated VFP-62, TOURNAMENT WINNERS-Members of the VA-45
P-30 defeated VA-12, and VF- ball team winners of the recent ComFairJax football
174 drew a bye. Front row (L to R) Larry Holland, James Thorley, Ben
Thomas Ross, Bill Tucker, and Charles Oyenik. Back I ( )
Second round action found VA-45
Frank Monroe, Jack Fellowes, William Wray, Gus
ver VP-7, 6-0; VAH-5 won over Brown, and Darryl Manson. (Navy. Photo by Ron )
AP-62, 18-0; VA-44 over Sara,
13-12.12-6; and VF-174 over VP-30, [

In the third round VA-45 won
over VAH-5, 7-6; and VF-174 won ;

s rwer the VA-44 squad, 6-0. -

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BLACK ANGUS identified VF-174 player
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10 lAX AIR NEW DECEMBER 12, 1963I4L1flz1kP44rRY ,

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StandingsTop j

::l TAKE OUT URDHKS DINING KOdM Five Teams In Each LeagueAs
of December 5
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..r Pizzon's FOR LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP--45 winner of this I
Chiefs 40-20 match with NAMTD, 15.13, 5-15, and 14.12, won the right
Spoilers off against YAP-62, both sporting 7-1 l, records for the j
JJalnernMEN'S Blackbirds | League championship. VA-45 and NAMTD were tied for
: place in league competition, with 6-1 records. (Navy Photo
6 Gardner, PH2))

AND/iOYS') SHOF Owl Eagles Lucky Hoots 42-18 7" Set VAP-62 Takes

PALM BEACH 'VAN HEUSEN Electrons NARTU ##12 Start On National League

... i
.': With the volleyball games
coming to a close, championshipgames
W.G. Bowling action is are being scheduled. VAP-
.V to' OJ Mos/! WoW in-one on the to a close and the bowl- 62 has already been named as Win-
third hole, still scheduled to start on ner of the National League with
5061 NORMANDY BLVD. 8. Wasson, December 16. Make up VA-45 as runnerup.On .
.. NATTU, was will be played on December Thursday December 12,VP-
the NAS to the recent cancellations. 16 plays NARTU and Friday, the
con, AEC; J. of the past week: 13th, the American League winner -
frr'; Golf Pro Joe will play the National League
Continental League runnerup, VA-45, and VAP-62 will

NAVAL 8.3556'k up.play the American League runner-

THREE 4 Sky Warriors #2 0 Monday, the winners of these two \
Masters 3 Spartans 1 games will play to determine who I
"A" NARTU #1 1 Is the NAS champion. Tuesday the 1
4 Paymasters 0 NAS champs will go up against the I
The Postponed 3 Molar Pizzon's Rollers 2 champions of NATTU.

3 Teams ]Play
Bells Are Rin National League

in gBELLAIR! 3 Play Boys 1 Today Vying

4 Valions 0
measure Custom 3 Pan Handlers 1 For Net LeadFinal
Hoots 4 Pin Pounders 0
4 Marines 0 action In IM Volleyballwas
NO #2 4 Electrons 0 completed this past week Fri-
G f' 6 4 Bob Scorers 0 day December 6. A three way tie
4 Air Frames 0 In the American League for the
first place position will requirea
$ play off, which will start on
Tailor December 10th and end the 12th.

.1 1 HOUR : IntramuralBasketball On December 10, O&R metVP-16, \
on December 11 O&R met NARTU, ,
I Churches. .PRESSING and on December 12 VP-16 meets ;
NARTU. team will play the
.: ..' I
j.: : other team a total of three times I
deadline for entries In Intra- per match. Positions will be deter ,
: Basketball will be on Dec- mined by the won-loss records.

Sebootei :.Convenient slNEXT Action of the past week:
; 20, at the NAS gym in I
{ry: VP-30
::to''N A1a: nd Cecil :EIeIde 3, according to Frank over Dispensary 1513,1511 I

i Kitchen equipped. WII Athletic Director. No NAMTD over 679th 15-0, 15-0
**'* will be accepted M} planned. modem 4&tafl. $ 10-15
/ /ttf it ttt. r **f *****tt 111 tt 11
From 10.900 to. 12,500rtj EV NARTU over VP-16 13-10, 15-9
f klNrrrL.r'': *?
VAP-62 over VA-45 15-7, 9-1L
ana bedroomsPolicy .. 15-5
i flal da Nd IOfI ': ''F Dispensary over Communications
1 r 4 12-4, 15-3, 7-15
1 6e'r w, i. NARTU over A/C Maint 15-11
t t tir +i r d R T' fr 15-13
d1,1. r i- n b
i d. I k I yyy t r VA-45 over 679th 15-0 15-0
Marines over 679th 15-0, 15-0
NAMTD over VP-30 8.15,15-10,
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All Modern Hanking Conveniences Gridley monopolized the lunch
I1ASKISG: HOURS: time conversation
by boasting
The Sgn! $ South 'On Bjartdlnfl Blvd. To Bank 9:00 A.M. 2:00 P.M. Bonk 9:00 A.M..1:00 P.M. loudly about the telephdne he'd
Drivel'n Tellers/ 9:00 A.M. 4:30 P.M. 5:00 P.M.00 P.M had Installed in his car. His
Drive-in' Tellers/ 9:00 A.M. &00 P.M. companion, who also had a car
CLOSED SATURDAY phone, called Grialey and they hada
. -BELIAIR"THE lively car to car conversation.
BANK Finally, the modest man said,
BEST BOY" il' LAKE SIIUI21d "Excuse me Gridley, I've got a
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' 12, 1963 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 11

1M Ping Pong Season ll.r 1M Handball Goes

Into Second WeekThe

Sees Plenty of ActionWith second week of action In
Intramural Handball got Into full
swing Monday, December 2. Re-

the scheduled play, In IM across the net At press time the sults of the past weeks play are

Ping Pong, drawing to a close league champion had not yet been ii. as follows:
plenty of action was seen ,and determined.
heard with the tap-tap of the little Games played last week: 4 a ? VAP-62 Postponed-ComFairJax
white ball floating back and forth FAETU 3 VA-45 2 FAETU #1 5 NARTU 0
VA-15 5 Public Works 0 ? VP-16 3 Hospital 2
ComFairJax 3 VU-10 2 t 4F5 Admin 3 FAETU #2 2
CFJ: Bowling NARTU Postponed VAP-62 VP-16 5 FAETU #2 0
VA-30 4 Public Works 1 VOLLEY FOR SERVE-One of the recent matches in Intramural NARTU Postponed-V A :62
Tourney HeldAt ComFairJax 5 FAETU 0 Ping Pong, between VAP-62 and VU-10. VAP-62 won the match, Hospital 5 FAETU #1 0
VP-7 3 Hospital 2 41. (L.R) Lt. E.D. Galloway, and Lt. G.A. McDonald, VU-10; VP-30 Postponed-Admin
Cecil FieldThe O&R 5 VA-45 0 Lt. S.B Cox, and H.M. Rich, ADJ3, VAP-62. (Navy Photo by Ron ComFairJax 4 VP-16 1
NARTU 5 VA-15 0 Gardner, PH2))
ComFairJax Bowlinjjtour-r VU-10 4 VP-30 1 1
nament was held at NAS Cecil, FAW-11 5 VA-45 0 BEDROOM BONANZA!
this past Tuesday and Wednesday.The Hospital 3 1/2 Public Works 11/2

tournament was held under ComFairJax 4 O&R 1 CHOOSE ANY ONE OF THESE 4 GREAT BUYS
rules and governing set by VAP-62 Postponed FAETU
the ABC Bowling Association.The NARTU 4 VP-30 1 FORMERLY EXPENSIVE SE
rosters of the competingteams VU-10 Postponed VA-15
were limited to five per- VP-7 5 Public Works 0 I EARLY AMERICANaVIAfTIC '
sons, all from the same unit or ComFairJax 5 FAW-11 0
squadron. No composite teams NARTU Postponed Hospital .;,, / /INItN tAKID ON ,.umc, = '
were allowed. O&R 3 VAP-62 2 M :
The keglers played on a scratch ..
basis with each five man team '4

rolling six games. At press time MoviesMovies .. '" .. -
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the results of this tournment were ,
available. .1\\ .
not ) -;;:
will be shown regularlyat I '
IM Tennis 7 p.m. on Monday through Sat-
urday; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on ''' 1E A QUANTITY
NoticeAll Saturday; and Sunday, at the Main- ? EiS PURCHASE THIS MAKIS
side and NATTU Theaters and at
7 p.m. only on Sunday at theHospital "Salem Maple" Finish/ /
tennis matches of the past Theater. These times are : Center Guided Drawers
week were cancelled with the subject to change. Tilting.Wood-Framed Mirrors
exception of two matches. Thesetwo $ :Roomy DoubleDresser andChMt
this bedroom has !
the Tues- everything Sturdy Poster Bed
were played on past Thursday, December 12
day and Wednesday, December 3& More Features t Than Miracle Plastic Finish/ /
Mainslde Don't Give Up the
4. We Can Mention: 7977 YOURCHOICE
Ship Lewis
Hospital defeated NARTU, 3 1/2 Jerry Smart Design
NATTUnit The Great
to 1 1/2. VA-15 shut-out the Heavy Plank Tops
Mario Lanza Ann
FAETU participants 50. Blyth Tlltlno/ Mirror
Regualr scheduled play ends Hospital The CondemmedAltona Baked-On, Scratch and Mar
December 17, which Sophia Loren Reilitant Finish
leaves approximately a week and Friday, December 13 HeadboardFORMERLY
one half of match time.
Mainside Marilyn-Documentary

NATTUnit Don't Give up the NEVER AGAIN I I 1
LadiesGolf Ship Jerry Lewis 1 a IJFETIMi
Hospital The Great Caruso -
Note Mario Lanza, Ann Blyth A BEDROOM BUY LIKE THIS

w....Tw.w,. .
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Saturday December 14
Winner of the best of nine holesat nuR{ -

a recent match In Ladies Golf, Mainside Five Weeks In a Bal- .
was Mrs. J.M. Johnson, with a loon Red Buttons, Fabian fill 4i
first low net of 471037. The second NATTUnit Marilyn Docu- t'R T
low net was won by Mrs. mentary
R.P. Knoch. with a 47938. Mrs. Hospital Don't Give up the Ship
Knoch had a low gross 95, to lead Jerry Lewis
the lady lthksters.MIUtARy.
Sunday, December 15

Mainside The Haunting Julie
Harris, Claire Bloom i
NATTUnit Five Weeks in a

Balloon Red Buttons, Fabian EXPENSIVE rice i mar ptMtousi.AM ,
Hospital Marilyn Documentary ) ffl 6f7 JHf SAYWUIBMvMhil I <
BAND .. '
French Provincial
B. .l. Tilll{. Mirmri
< { | .
Monday, December 16 .Large, R*.my Ck. lDrawwt U-
-Let.. Ri"',0 "ll.Drittwrltfc YtXJ GET C. rwibl
I Tlltlfti.WM Fran.Mlrrar.S4 .
Mainside Four Days of Naples '
r *h.kc..1.4. .booIcraae bed.chsst
r 5I Regina Dianchl I"" '.",.DC"t.. ., .dISW1th mirror SEE THESE TODAY'!
*C ttt Ty tlc Flnltk.{
NATTUnit The Haunting Julie
Harris, Claire Bloom "There is only ONE Normandy Wayside Fumi "e"DECEMBER
Hospital Five Weeks In a Bal-
I loon Red Buttons, Fabian

Tuesday, December 17 NORMANDY WAYSIDE

Mainside Lolita James Mason,
1 Shelly Winters
NATTUnit Four Days of Naples -
Regina Dianchi 5887NORMANDY PHONE
Hospital The Haunting Julie
Harris, Claire Bloom
G1WNy BLVD. 11P141F11/7' 389-1144

Wednesday, December 18

Mainslde Thunder Island Jean

NATTUnlt LoUta -James Mason,
Yis..s PLAY Shelly Winters
TROMBONE. ..HOW'D Hospital Four Days of Naples MONDAY-FRIDAY 9 A.M. tO 9 -SATURDAY 9 AJVLTO 6 FM
YOU KNOW? Regina Dianchi


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I grades White Hat For Gold StripeFrom

aviation ordnancemanfirst the LDO route to a commission,
class to ensign in less than being commissioned an aviation Ens. McGlnty was assigned an
Instructor in the Aviation Ord-
six months was the accomplishment ordnance officer.
recorded nanceman Schools at NATTU before '
by Ens. D.J. Me
he ; .
Ginty at the Naval Air Technical

Training Unit. Before going to Pensacola;Fla., M O M.

to undergo Officer Indoctrination, A
Ens. McGinty was advanced to Ens..McGinty is scheduled to attend ly ,t- dll ( w f
chief aviation ordnanceman last the four week Aviation Ordnance J. Warren.102)C
May 16, and was sworn in as an Officer Management Course at tain C. $
Ensign November 5. He followed NATTU Jacksonville. :;

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DEPARTMENT AWARD-Commander George Center, j--- '
Security Officer, (left) presents a Sustained Superior Ferformance .
4 check to Freeman A. Ratliff, (center) of the Police Security De- ;::.... i _
to '''.
partment for maintaining his job in afar superior manner from 1962- s __ '
1963 as D.L. Loudermill, Chief of Police, (right) looks on. (Navy /
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