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Creation Date: January 9, 1964
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"a New Orleans Night .Page 4 +

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New DOD Guide .Page &

L)' the Holt Publishing Company, II private firm. Opinions exproHned b>' the publmhor and writer 'herein err. their own and not to be coniSdered an of r f I c i 1(1 I exprenaion of an/) M Basketball
military department. Tim I appearance or.adti8..nll'nt" in thin publication( does not constitute an endorsement of any "military department of the produrt or Hervcen! advertised. Begins . Page 9
VOL.21 NO. 42 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA JANUARY 9. 1964
-- MAS Pistol I Team .Page 10



I Navy Helos Rescue 14 From Hotel Roof i




MARK GenInspect < Jax NARTU Question StillUnanswered M -


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By MSgt C. M. Akey -L.i Marc Whetstone, JDl Hotel HeroicsBy

Marine reservists ,who conduct ,
7ery Marc Whetstone JOT
Four of the eight Navy hell- ,
monthly training here will be copters rushed to the scene of the What possesses a man to run
"under the gun" this weekend dur- of
flaming Hotel Roosevelt disaster In from the safety fresh air into
ing their annual Operational Read downtown Jacksonville were from a smoke Infested, burning buildIng -

iness Inspection (ORI) and Admin NAS JaxandNARTU.Together, and proceed to drag out
istrative Inspection (AMI!). the men of these two commandsare other fire victims at the risk of

Heading the 16-man inspection credited with saving 11 of the J. A. HM*.rin0oi AMS2 his own life?
scheduled to arrive at NAS UTT'McCuIfovgJiCDft.ttW.Uy doubtful 'this will
team It's question
14 victims lifted from the roof of
Jacksonville Friday evening, is the burning 13-story structure on ever be answered completely.
Brigadier GeneralHughM. Elwood, the morning of December 29. Neither by eye witnesses nor by

Commanding General, Marine Air The remaining three persons actual participants such as the two ..
Reserve Training Command, NAS Navymenwhowere placed In such
were taken off by a helicopter from
Glenview, Ill NAS Cecil Field. Naval StationMayport's a precarious position during the
Marine Attack Squadron 142 threehellcoptersdidnottake Hotel Roosevelt fire In Jackson-

(VMA-142)), and Marine Helicopter part.in the airlift of fire vic- ville which took 22 lives on Dec
Squadron 765 (HMM-765)), are the
tims, however two remained In the 29.To
local units designated to be checkedby .p n Earl Ross, AC2 from
area on a standby basis while the
the inspection team. third carried a Navy medical team Owatonna Minn., serving<<; aboard
The purpose of the ORI! is to the carrier USS Franklin D.
aid
to the temporary emergency
determine the proficiency of pilots k'w Roosevelt (CVA-42)), and James
station set up near the fire site. r
and in their Castle AC2 from town Tex.,
,
ground crewmen The call for help from the city Day
respective jobs, to evaluate the was received at the NAS Jax Operations n serving aboard the carrier USS
state of readiness of the squadrons, just prior to 8 a.m. by Saratoga (CVA-60), both operating
and then to point out where Lt tl. t the duty officer, Lieutenant Ron U J. P. SPMII out of Mayport it's certain to
emphasis must be placed to Improve Gordon. He informed the rescue remain somewhat a mystery the
the combat potential of the d, rest of their lives.
I units here at NAS and NARTU as s
units concerned. According tb Ross, "1 think what
well as those at Cecil and May
VMA-142 pilots are scheduledto sent me back into that mass of
port.Within madness was when I looked
up
demonstrate proficiency in low- minutes, the sea, air
level missions, in-flight refueling, from the front entrance of the hotel
rescue helicopter of NAS Jax was .
i4 and saw people leaning and hanging
bombing and rocketry. HMM-765 aloft, piloted by Lieutenant J"
out of windows screaming for help
"chopper" pilots and crew "P" McCullough,his crewman was
(Continued On Page 3)) J.A. Heatherington, AMS2. They and fresh air. My first thoughtswere.
... 'somehow I've got tohelp1.
were the first of the aerial res- "
AFGE To Hold cue units to arrive at the scene .
Castle's thoughts were nearlyparalle1edwlthRoss'
44JJ and quickly hovered over the
as he later
smoke-covered roof where a number
stated that he felt it was most
Annual BanquetThe of persons had already
probably instinct that urged him
gathered. back into the inferno.
American Federation of While Lt. McCullough carefullyheld
0. M. dark ADR Earlier, that morning 6f Dec. 29,
Government Employees will hold his steel bird about 15 feet
their annual banquet and Instal- a above the roof, Heatherington M u.. (Continued On Page 12))

lation of officers for 1964 at the lowered the hydraulic rescue hoist
Profs From
Mayor
George Washington Hotel on Sat- to the victims.
urday, January 11 at 7:00 p.m. "For a while, I had a little difficulty Appreciation from the City of
The seven local AFGE Lodges are convincing the people they Jacksonville in the form of a'let-
sponsoring this affair. had to sit on the seat-type hook" ter from the Mayor, Haydon Burns
The Honorable L. J. Andolsek related the crewman. "In fact the tc'H. was received by the Navy this week.In .

Commissioner, U.S. Civil Service first to hoisted.. .a woman about the letter, addressed to Rear
Commission, Washington! D. C. 25. .tried to stand on it. FinallyI Admiral Robert Goldthwalte, Commander ....
will be the guest speaker for the : managed to get across to her that Fleet Air Jacksonville
event. He will speak on "A New she had to sit It on". On that same local commanders: their men

Call For Action". lift, pilot, and crewman succeededIn were commended for the prompt
Acting Mayor Clyde Cannon is hoisting two other persons,both and effective manner In which the

,expected to read the proclamation boys around 12 years old. Navy, through the utilization of helicopters -
commemorating National Civil In the meantime other units, performed rescues from

Service Week and to welcome the t A. Myer,, ADK1 (Continued On Page 12)) E. Gulden, AMI the Roosevelt Hotel fire.
special guests. Other dignitaries In part, the letter read:
expected to attend Include; Ham- 1' "Each of the effective missions

mond Smith, U. S. Civil Service were accomplished under most dif

Director, Atlanta Region, Fifth ficult and precarious flight cond-
District Southeastern States; 4 itions brought about by the heat
Cecil Taylor National Represen- thermos rising against the cold air

tative, who will be representing down drafts that prevailed on this
National Vice President M. R. morning. The flights were further
Carlisle, Fifth District Columbus 6 4 made hazardous by the presenceof
Ga. and an as yet unnamed representative a permanent structure on the
from the National roof of the Roosevelt Hotel and the

AFGE Office. presence of a large electric sign.
Among the guests of the local "Our community will forever be )'."

lodges scheduled to attend are; grateful to our friend in Navy for
Rear Admiral Robert Goldthwalte, I.f this unprecedented and unequalled
Commander Fleet Air Jack- service to a community in an hour
(Continued On Page 3)) L I. faoWo/d/ ADK3 J. E. AtrfcheJf', AMS2 N. G. Fowfer' ADKC/AP of distress."


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Protestant Services at the All ,
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8:30: a.m.SUNDAY Service of blyC-om- y % :::.i s:: t; : I BHBH The JAX n" AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise'Newspaper
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munion p < distributed each Thursday at the U. s. Naval Air Station,

9:30 a.m. Service of Divine Wor- : iS Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a
ship ';" : private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR

9:30 a.m. Sunday School for ages NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
., Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before
3 through 16, Bldg. 722 Box 2, NAS
lUOOa.m. Service Divine Wor- publication. News items are welcomed from all sources--
ship Telephone EVJ-7711) Ext. 8162.

6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship ((2 ( : g;:;; concerning Advertisements such should are solicited be directed'to by the publisher the Holt] Publishing queries

WEDNESDAY Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida]
4:30 Junior Choir Re-
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Catholic Services at St. Edward's
Chapel, NATTU and Naval rbs-
pital :1 ChaRain'sVessage/ /
SUNDAY MASS : l''. ', '
6:30: a.m. U. S. Naval Hospital By Chaplain .
9:00: a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St.d'lf'rd's As we move Into a new'year, to become so engrossed with today
Chapel ....,. a hundred thoughts clamor for that we a re blind both to the lessonsof
DAILY MASS '" earnest consideration. What will history and the goals of to
11:30 a.m. SL Edward's Chapel '.. ., the next twelve months bring? What morrow. Nor can we overload
JUQNDAY & TUESDAY pUTPAfct OF YOUR PAY kind of year will' 64 be? tomorrow, shoving everything Into
Will the coming year bring per- the future, investing little or
4:15 p.m. King Hall, NATTU iNTo QNDS 1 ff sonal victory or defeat? By next nothing in the present. The future
FRIDAY I January, will we have grown or must not become a cluttered junk-
12:05: p.m. U. S. Naval Hospital J diminished In character? We needto yard of fanciful Impossibilities.What .

SATURDAY think about It. are we going to do with
9:00: a.m. St.Edward's ChapelCONJrESSIONSSATURDA7:00 In Psalm 90:10 we read, "The this bright new year? Will we
Editorial
;: Y days of our years are three-score add another year to our livesor
p.rru 8:00 p.m. and before years and ten." Yet a man's will we add new life to a new
Masses Resolution Number life Is measured not by length of year? If the days of year 1964
Catechism Classes: Grade School 1 : days but by the quality of his are to be filled with greatest value
SATURDAY heart and spirit.Everyday and highest delight, then our
10:00: a.m. All Saints' Activities of the coming year noblest hours must become more
building 'Buy Savings Bonds'The will present a succession of numerous and our momentsof
722NURSERY choices. Learning by experience, weakness less and less frequent.
The Naval Air Station Nursery or looking into the past for some And there must be forever a stout
located In Building 560 on Child making and breaking of New Year's resolutions has becomeas valuable guidance can aid in makingthe resolution not to permit our moral
Street, opens at 8:15: a.m. on Sun- American as turkey on Thanksgiving and fireworks on the 4th right choices. The saying that judgment to become warped by
day morning. Parents attending of July. "foresight Is better than hindsight" self-interest.
Sunday Masses or Protestant ser- Our Nation has just completed a most fateful year. We are moving neglects to add that It depends Learn the value of time If you
vices may leave young children In Into 1964 with a new Commander-in-Chief imbued with a fervent on It. would fill the days of your years
the nursery without charge.President's spirit and knowledge of where he hopes to lead the country. One day In the classroom, a with growth, service, and a con-
Today, as never before, the time is ripe for the Individual citizenIn psychologist blindfolded a student structive work with eternal qual
or out of uniform to become a bigger and better part of the United and told him to draw a line seven ity In It. We must manage time
Message. To States. Inches long on the blackboard. or be destroyed by It. We must
Federal Empoyeos The country, In some ways like a huge business organization, Is After each such attempt, the line control time or be enslaved by
made up of many stockholders. The year 1964 should be the time all was measured and the studentwas it. "So teach us to number our
"In these first days, men and of us take more "stock" In our Nation. told only whether or not he days, that we may apply hearts
women of all ranks within the The Armed Forces provide a simple, sound and regular way for had succeeded, but not how close unto wisdom."
government have asked me, what Its people to invest In the future. This is the Savings Bond allotment he had come. Again and againhe
can I do to help? Many more program. was Informed that he had not Station Traffic
of you, deeply\ committed to the Here Is a single 1964 resolution that should defy tradition and remain achieved his goal, until at the end
Federal service, are undoubtedly unbroken throughout the year"I will join, my fellow Americansand of the hour he was even less accur- ViolationsFollowing
asking yourselves the same quest- maintain a regular Savings Bond purchase schedule. (AFPS) ate than at the beginning. He is a report of traffic
Ion. It Is Impossible for me to had failed to progress because violations for the period December
make a direct and personal Time For A no-one had told him how he was 29, 1963 through January 4, 1964.
response to all of you. much asI ChangeEveryone doing. He had no criteria by
I would like to do so. Yet thereIs which to be guided In subsequent NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis
an answer which I would liketo knows that a new year closely, disregarding stop signs, efforts. When we learn to use week (December 9-
express to every employee in means It Is time for making upa drunk driving Improper passing- our own or the past experienceof January 4)) . . .4
every agency at every location in personal list of resolutions violations like these are InvolvedIn others as criteria for future Total accidents this through
the Federal government. It is which, If followed, would make us well over three-quarters of the efforts, we allow the lessons of 4 .269 year
simply this: Give your best to all better men and women. This death-dealing smashups. Behind the past to guarantee the successof Number January of accidents through Jan-
job and New Year of 1964 let's considera the violations lawlessness
the
your your are future.
country.
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1963 .
"As to your chief executive, I few of the things that will makeus carelessness, discourtesy and While we must benefit from uary last
past Total number since
high quality and character of the things that can help us stay little patience, a little self- Nor
past. can we permit ourselves accident . . .23
career service in the governmentand alive If you please. Let's label discipline, a little less selfish-
to advance its usefulness them "leaves to turn over" or ness can prevent many traffic ac- [ra -", --- NUMBE OF VIOLATIONSThis
through improvement. I will lookto perhaps "how to stay alive In cidents. Agreat deal of satisfactioncan I .. .../\t'--... .,. Jan-
those who direct the day-to-day modern day traffic." be had from being polite to "... week (Dec 29 through
activities of this great work force Before we begin let's examine someone. This is especially true uary 4)) . . 43
and to the Chairman of the Civil some of the reasons why we must when It Is the kind of politeness [v Speeding . . . .11
Service Commission for continu- turn over some new leaves. Our that results In the saving of lives.If 'M Reckless Driving t .2
ing reports and recommendationsto traffic record last year, for example all of us, or even most of us, -A Going through Stop sign ,1
assist me tn this purpose. wasn't good. Although final could maintain politeness and Other violations . 29
"We have a great resource of figures are not yet In, It's safeto courtesy In traffic the terrible Thirty-three drivers appeared
abilities and talents among the say that when more than toll of the automobile would cer- before the Traffic Hearing Boardat
people serving our Federal gov- 38,000 people die in auto accidentsIn tainly decrease. What Is more, the meeting held on January 6.
4 ernment. We have career systemsto one year something Is dread- since politeness is contagious, it J 1 Disposition of the cases includethe
assure continuity of people and fully wrong. After the dead are would spread Into the lives we following: 17 lost driving and
'programs. We are organized for buried there Isn't much anyonecan lead after we step out of the car. parking privileges aboard station
the job and the work is before us. do for them. On top of that, the lower for various periods; 16 were
President Kennedy did not shrink The causes of their deaths area accident rate would make car insurance assigned to complete an eight-hour
from his responsibilities, but welcomed different matter. less expensive. How -- course In remedial driving
.. them, and he would not haveus The major cause of traffic about that for an inducement? --- Instructions; 12 were given
shrink from carrying forwardthe accidents and therefore, traffic So how about It? Will you .sF.. suspended penalties; two were
great work he began so well. fatuities, Include speeding, falling resolve to drive courteously, 'rf given warnings; two were dis
I say to you as I said to the Con- to give right of way, falling to stay patiently, unselfishly, and within 1TAKE LOSE YOUR CHOICE... missed; and 13 were referred to
gress: Let us continue." In the proper lane, following too the law? GROW IOOPOUNDS iSFEET OQ commanding officers for possible
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4I NFO Receives First Naval


Minuteman Award HereBy
I

Jerry Davis, JOSH

The first Minuteman Award In Royce Powell, Area Managerof
the Jacksonville Naval complexwas the Savings Bond Division of

presented to Lieutenant B.A. the U.S. Treasurey Department
Busher of the Navy Finance Office expresses his congratulations and

last month. said it's a wonderful Job.

The award was presented for The Saving Bond program Is designed -

Outstanding Achievement In the to help strengthen and

Savings Bond program. The award stabilize the national economy and

was presented to Lt. Busher by at the same time enables Saving

Rear Admiral Robert Goldthwaite, Bonds to accumulate cash reserves
Commander Fleet Air Jack- for future needs.F.f.
sonville. x
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The Minuteman Award was pre-

sented behalf of the ..
on Secretaryof Flee
WELL DONE-Reor Admiral Robert Goldthwaite, Commander
the Navy to the Finance Office
Air Jacksonville, presents the Minuteman Award to Lieutenent
for achieving over 90 cent
2 per 8. A. Busher of the Navy Finance Officer, for outstanding achievement
participation of its civilian
Brig. Gen. H. M. Elwood employees In the Payroll Savings in the Savings Bond program. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner,

Plan. The Office Issues close to PH2))

MARTCContinued $300,000 a month in Savings Bonds.

They serve Naval Installations in \ I$ r'L PHONE ijOME
from
( page 1)) Florida, Georgia, lower Miss- 7 >P 1-3770 SP 1-0250
An office worker at the
loafing
members will carry out troop lifts, issippi, and Tennessee.President WIRE FLOWERS
formation ..: breakfast table, looked up l gWE
rough area landings,
Instrument flights, and external uidly from the morning paper and W A....A+t
lift missions. Endorses rT' his wife for another cup eA G 'fUtKMasked /
of coffee.
The AMI will consist ofa RvttAt103rd

thorough check of records and Health Fund DriveIn "Another cup of coffeef she
ST. &. WESCONNETT BLVD.
administrative procedures unless exclaimed in surprise. "Aren't

incliment weather cancels flight you going to the office today?" FLOWERS"Good
operations. In that event there will Armed ForcesWashington 'I t e "Good lordl" the man exclaimed

also be an Inspection ofpersonnel, } r 'I 1 thought I was at the officer' EVERY OCCASION!

clothing and equipment, physical (AFPS-The) 1964 "StSs Construction Digest. FREE DELIVERY
fitness testing, and written exam- fund raising campaign for the Na- JEWELL J. SMITH
inations on military\ subjects for tional Health Agencies and the
Federal Service Joint Crusade will
both the reservists and
regulars be conducted at stateside military
from the Marine Air Reserve -' -
installations during a six week
Training Detachment, here. period between Jan 1 and Apr 30. Up in the air witha
General Elwood and the inspect- At overseas installations the
ing party are scheduled to depart National Health Agencies will con- A
NAS Jacksonville after- duct a campaign during a six
,
Sunday week period between Jan 1 and ?
noon. Feb 15.The money problem

dates of the six week drive
AF .U ..
may vary from one area to an- -
other depending on local circum- ."tUN1I0UIJ"r SurrnutiMby
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stances. -:0-: "; ..._
thmecred with ..... {_
palm trer* ""
The 1964 National Campaign
Chairman, Secretary of Defense bright sunlight Invrly Diane layannul "-
4 ), Robert S. McNamara said, "The r'rapr' front the chilly;
health agencies benefit all Amer- ..D"fU' a Florida bfaeh.Shanty. .
icans and the Joint Crusade Agen- ,
f cies strengthen the bond of international -:---

friendship by bringing CJilcJiiz ......---
voluntary aid to those who are --

hungry and" destitute throughoutthe ...:.-......-?.: -
world. ---
The late President Kennedy rt\Q-CAIHJ
endorsed the support of the
campaign for the eleventh voluntary
National Health Agency
and the four International Crusade SERVICEOR TAKEOUT SOUTHERN
FRIED
Agencies.In CHICKEN
strongly reaffirming his pred- DINING r ALL YOU
ecessor's endorsement President ROOM'' CAN EAT
Johnson said, "The National Health $J50
p
..3e tooJ
the
of
Agencies represent one ,
finest aspects of our American charcoal
society the willingness of peo-
ple to step forward and volunteer
their time and their substance in I
Hon. L J. Andoltek the solution of problems commonto

He all.continued" "The conquest of' I Get a loan from HFCFor

AFGE disease, disability and chronic illness 1 {
is the foremost goal of every
(Continued from page 1)) American; the alleviation of pain ff real down-to-earth help with any money problem,

sonville; Captain James R. Compton and suffering our most cherished see HFC. More than 100.000 servicemen every year -

NAS Commanding Officer: wish.Health The Organization National provides Voluntary.the;: If3lfslal borrow with confidence from our military loan spec-

Captain J. M. Manner, Naval means whereby we may each par- ialists; you can, too. Get a Traveloan for going home,
Hospital Commanding Officer; ticipate in achieving better health a Shopper's Loan for clothes or a car, a Payment
Lieutenant Commander T. W. for ourselves and our posterity." +cs lave: Reducer or Bill Payer Loan to consolidate debts.
Tober, Chief Negotiator between Attorney General Robert Ken- ON U.S. HWY. I I. SOUTHWE Just ask us. We know the best way to meet your need!
unions and at the nedy served as Campaign Chair- CAN CATtR YOUR PARTY
management
man during both the 1962 and iTophen/o Allen Owner
d Mgr.__
Naval Hospital; Lieutenant L. T. 19fi3: drive.
Colston, Officer-in-Charge, Navy t BORROW UP TO S600

Fuel Depot, and Boyd Dixon, NAS TAKE UP TO 24 MONTHS TO REPAYASK
Management Analyst.
Members, nonmembers and Interested ABOUT CREDIT LIFE INSURANCEON
Invited t LOANS AT CROUP RATE
military personnel are -
attend. Tickets be
to may
purchased from local lodge presidents HOUSEHOLD NAN

and shop stewards.No -



25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683


free way of life can survive Cedar Hills Shopping Center ........
without the dedicated will and con 11 RACES NIGHTLY EXCEPT SUNDAY 3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581
cern of the citizens. -- DeaneW
Malott, Pres. Cornell Univ., 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541

Horizons, hm, General Mills. bore office open Friday evenings until 8 P.M.



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Elect Officials J9 Civilian Employees Receive


Credit Union To Hold Beneficial Suggestions ChecksNineteen ,



A Annual Meeting Jan. 17The '

civilian employeeswere r'r
<< Jacksonville Navy Federal lowing nominees to be placed on presented with beneftcal
: Credit Union will hold Its annual the official ballot. awards for themonthofNovember.

election of officials aHlie Annual For Board of Directors: J.J. suggestion. The checks, totaling

; Meeting on January 17. 1964.Nom Borje, 0&.R; Andrew R. Carlson, $2,365, went to three departments: isis
inating Committee Chairman O&R; Pasquale J. DiTursi Navy Overhaul and Repair Public Work
Leonard B. Eubanks and members Exchange; MiltonH. Eddings O&R; and Supply.

of his committee, L.B. St Petery Fred W. Huislnga Supply; RogerT. The largest award $850 wt",t

i and W.M. Ross announce the fol- Krell, ORj: Sgt. Francis W. to Hugh I I. Duncan, William G. K,wand
Manahan MAD; J.F. O'Connel of 0 & "
fl PARTS Herman A. Jones
O&R R.D. Operations
; Pinney ;
$e"Tool l
for their suggestion on
: W.H Sandefer, O&R; andDomtnicWorsowltz
Icr
and procedures developed
,.. IRD. easier removal of T-58 engine
1Ip For Credit Committee: J.C. The ...
compressor blades" sug-
Burton, O&R.
gestion procedure is to strip the
Chairman Eubanks announcesthat
paint from the rotor, heat the rotorto
there are six vacancies to
350 degrees, and immerse it in
be filled on the Board of Directors
oil for a short period of time.
three three terms one two
(
year
the blades with mixtureof s
SAVE year term and two one terms), Painting a
$$ $$ Molykote and Trichlorethylenefurther
one vacancy is to be filled on the '
tend to loosen them and
BIG DISCOu NTS Credit Committee for a three year
make them easier to remove. In
term.
NAS PERSONNEL addition, these suggesters devised
TO
All members, 16 years of age
and of drifts
adapted a variety
or older, who are In attendanceat A.
ACCESSORIESFOREIGNoDOMESTIC and tools which remove the blades
the Annual Meeting are eligible
without damaging them. ,i :
to vote. .;
The second largest award for .........
Apprentice $675 went to Homer J. Taylor ofo&R STOCK NUMBER CHANGE AWARDOtto E. Gundel' of the Sup.

AUTO WORLD for his suggestion of "A3D pill' Deportment ((1)) received a $300 check from Capt. J. D. Sulffvon .

Meeting Angle of attack probesalvage oft"This (R) for the suggested purchase and use of a ]3-band rotating .

suggester devised a methodof a stamp machine to obliterate the old' stock number and stamp

PARTS All apprentices are urged to repair by chucking the bearing material' with the new number. Formerly this was a hand process,
attend the first meeting oftheyearfor housing In the lathe and using which was tedious and time counsuming procedure in which (the

6075 ROOSEVELT BLVD., the NAS Jax Apprentice Club. formica tools to straighten It. page of error was inevitable' (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2))
This meeting will be held at Bldg. Dial gauges check run-out and

EV 8-3516 953, Classroom 7, on January 13 concentricity. Using this method

tt Mile N. of NAS Main Gate at 7:30: p.m. has resulted in many probes being New Answer Sheets DesignedFor
-- .returned to use and, since this
Item Is In short supplysubstantlal

PANTRY savings have accrued. Advancement ExamsGreat
Other cash award winners were:
$300 Otto E. Gundel, Supply

J Department; $110 James L. Jones,
Overhaul and Lakes III--NAVNEWS( ) record your performance art:
Repair; $60 Peter
I / IAOl I RDI'R\
/ DINING ROOM
P.Meclewskt & Charles F.Keller, With the February 1964 advance- awards marks correctly' wtie;'von
i Overhaul and ment in rating examinations, the transfer this data from the work
I'RL MIUM !JIIR: ciiotci: CUT STIus Repair Dept.$50 -
ITALIAN SANDMCIIl'S SPAC!!! TilI Houston B. Glover, Jr., Overhauland Navy will inaugurate a new answer sheet to the number rw. rd
card format. The The Naval Center at
answer cards Examining
Repair $50 -
; Ray A. Paulk,
(
PIZZJL. Overhaul and Repair$40-; Libbya have been revised to include new Great Lakes will use these m rks

E. Boyette Overhaul and Repair, Information on the two punchtypecards. along with your exam s< enne. ''
our specialty"FRANK As In the In service and -te:!
$35 Charles F. Keller, Overhauland past card numberone grade to > ::
DERICKSON> Repair$25-Charles; F.Keller, will be used to answer the your final multiple. This multiple
Overhaul and Repair; Thomas A. first 72 questions and card numbertwo determines which II 'fse

"In the Heart of ( edar /////s" Henry Overhaul and Repair; $25- will be used to answer candidates who have passed 'he

Claude WMannJr, Overhaul and questions 73 through 150. exam will be advanced in rating
3619 Blandin Blvd.-Ph. 771-0170 Repair; $20 Robert E.Miller and The major changes to the formatof The new type card is the 'fIrst

-- --- '- William G. Horne, Overhaul and the cards include spaces for step toward eliminating the

Repair$15; CarlReibenOverhaul entering rate code, your per- NAVPERS 624 card whirf' :cw
NOW HEAR THIS !
and Repair; $15 Walter Ii.Fake, formance mark and awards credit. prepared locally by commands, (It t
Overhaul and Repair, $15Truby You will transfer these items to is anticipated that in the nearcure
d R. Parmenter Public Works Dept.; the number two card from a the Naval Examining Cm'' wIll

$15 Claude W. Mann, Jr., Overhaul NAVPERS 624W (works at) which prepare the 624 card ,M
and Repair; $15 Cbadiah will be given you at exam time. candidates eligible to rake 'v'
Sharpe, Overhaul and Repair; $15 About a month before the exam wide exam, thus elim ."*""
,
Robert E. Brock, Overhaul and date, your personnel office will the administrative work: or

Repair, and Charles M.Edwardsand compute your credits for service, ships and stations.
L Willis B.Collms of Overhauland time in grade, awards, etc. You You will be seeing P'''''' ):fl
Repair received a letter of will be asked to sign a NAVPERS bulletin boards throuijhou'IaVV
appreciation for their "Improved 624 card to certify the accuracy publicizing the new answe arts.
Dummy Tail Wheel". of these computations. It is The Examining Get, JS

M' 1'r extremely Important that you published a pocket-size nr;:' 'tOI ,SIng'
outlining! the procedure
; THE BANK OF the cards. The Center s r11.d1irn''' !
$ brochures an-swf ads
posters, ,
ORANGEPARKCOMPLETE and full details to all ships .::1d>
t3I ,
fort
stations. In a continum

to keep you up-to-date it lour
q'h rating qualificationsbibliography and
rece ;e 4
you will
CONFIDENTIAL + "Tear-off Sheet" prior to'!. eb-

COURTEOUS 4'' q. ruary exam.
This Tear-off Sheet w' l cWlde

BANKING you with information to oeip iet.

I( study for advancement. !' WI' Alsc
SERVICE
% assist you In analyzing cur oro-
file card should you rece-v one
after taking the exam (fvn.shoulc

use this sheet to prepare for ugus;:

I BUY BELLAIR IN '64 HIGHWAY 17 your or later division exams,officer check firs rn; makE Wlt I

$10,800 TO $12,000 ORANGE PARK FLORIDA certain that It Is the latest one to.

; SOUTH ON BLANDING Member your particular rating.

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DoiiTs

Thursday, January 9 Thursday, January 9 Thursday, January 9
Phil Cay and Chantels 8:00 p.m. Happy Hour 4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.
12:00 a.rru Happy Hour

Friday, January TO
Friday, January 10 Friday, January 10
Phil Cay and Chantels 8:30: p.m.-
xYy Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings 12:30 p.rn.Saturday. Dance to Mark Castle
t+i ti 9:00 p.m.1:00 am.
January 11

.'. \: Saturday, January 11 Mark Castel 8:30 p.m.-12:30: a.m. Saturday, January 11
Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings Dance to Phil Cay
9:00) p.m. 1:00 a.m. Sunday, January 12
Sunday January 12
,
Sunday, January 12 Game Night 7:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.
Johnny Arnold 8:30 p.m. 12:30 Dance to Mach Four
Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings am.
8:00) p.m. 12:00: a.m. Monday, January 13 .

Monday, January 11) Pizza Night
Monday, January 13

AVOID STANDING IN LINE by purchasingFloridaautomobil.tags Open Happy Hour 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, January 14
from the Wives Club/ 3 end. this Tuesday, January 14 '
Navy of Building east Her. handy Tuesday, January 14 Happy Hour
service is utilized by Copt. James R. Compfon, NAS CO as h. Happy Hour 4:00 6:00
p.m. p.m. Game Night 7:30 9:30:
picks up his tag from Mrs. Vivian Wagner of fhe Club. Other safes- p.m. p.m. Wednesday., January 15
'ladies looting on are Mrs. Mari. Bennett, Mrs. Marion Foyda and Wednesday, January 15 Wednesday, January 15 Western Night ,music by Country]
Mrs. Carol Brannan. (Navy Photo by FAPIJ) Game Night 8:00 p.m. Open Drifters

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MoviesMovies Nsw Orleans' Land Of YUKON DINERJust
will be shown regularlyat
7 p.m. on Monday through Sat- Dreams Moves To '' Club
urday: at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on
-- outside Main Gat .2nd Door from Yukon Post Office
Saturday; and Sunday, at the Main- "New Orleans---the land of M. Smith and Mrs. Q. R. Whit-
side and NATTU Theaters and at dreams" Is to be spirited away more, tickets.At BEST HAMBURGERS YOU CAN FIND

7 p.m. only on Sunday at the Hospital from Its Louisiana locale and 1 a.m.New Orleans goes home OPEN 1000 to 0100SANDWICHES
Theater. These times are placed In the NAS Officer's Club and the Club returns to normal
subject to change. for the night of January 18. until the next time.
9 Beginning at 6 p.m. Bourbon COLD DRAFT AND BOTTLE BEER
Thursday, January
Street comes to life In the foyer. USO Notes PHONE 387-9351
MainsideIrma Douce-Shirley Costumed bunnie girls will hold 9
Thursday, January
McClain, Jack Lemmon
sway In the Walnut Room whichIs
NATTUnit The Terror Boris to be transformed Into a Key Homemade Goodies Nlte
Karloff, Sandra Knight Club and next door In the St. ::1llrnIIt1tL:1llrnIIt1tL,
Friday January 10 -
,
Hospital Young SwingersMolly Johns Room will be the site of HISi
Bee, Rod Lauren Pat O'Briens. Blind Date NightSaturday

Friday, January 10 Calling cards of the famous will January 11 3 locations To Scan You
decorate the main bar disguisedas
Mainside Adventures of a Young the Old Absinthe House. Justa Welcome party for the SS Stateof
Man Richard Beymer, Diane short walk down Bourbon Street Maine 5444 NORMANDY-: From Atlantic Mill
Baker will take visitors to dinner at Sunday, January 12
NATTUnit I Irma La Douce Antiones In the dining room. 2809 MAYPORT RD.- Mile From NS Gate
Shirley McClain, Jack Lemmon An oyster bar will be operatedby Vespers and Refreshments NOWI
Hospital The Terror Boris Mr. Gaston for the strong of AND
Karloff, Sandra Knight stomach and at midnight the magicof Monday, January 13 6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD J1 Mile. H. NAS cot

Saturday, January 11 the Old French Quarter will Training Course for new members (formerly Pruitt Tire Co.)

emerge with the aroma of Authentic Tuesday, January 14 BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE FRITZ
Mainside The VIP's Elizabeth French coffee and doughnuts. PARMAN
On Tires -SoH.toch# -SraUs
Taylor, Richard Burton Tickets are $2.50 per person Game Night Front End *Engin' & Transmission Work (fRef C.P.OJFINANCE ,
NATTUnit Adventures of a Young and are on sale at the various 15
Wednesday, January
Man Richard Beymer, Diane commands. The price includes din-
Disc Show Al Alberts ANYONE Itf THE MM.
Baker ner, two floor shows, games and Jockey
Hospital Irma La Douce dancing. Dr. J. J. Cavanaugh is
DOWN EASY
NOTHING PAYMENTS
Shirley McClain, Jack Lemmon In charge of the entertainment

Sunday, January 12 dancers.featuring All French proceeds Quarter from cabaret the SPRING MOTORS BRUNSWICK PREMIUM

Mainside Oklahoma Gordon events are to go to charity. IUO% DuPopt.Nylon Tubeless

McCrae, Shirley Jones Mrs. J. C. Stoopack is chair- We Sell Volkswagens 36 Nationwide Months Road Guarantee Mo lard In Guarantee Writing
NATTUnit The VIP'sElizabeth man of the event; Mrs. C. B. 1
750 x 14 3 FOR 76.95 FREE
Taylor, Richard Burton Newton, co-chairman; Mrs. E. F. We Service VolkswagensWe 800 x 14 3 FOR '79.35 1 FREE
Hospital Adventures of a Young Hilderbrant, games and equipment; 850x14 3 FOR 87.75 1 FREE
Man Richard Beymer, Diane Mrs. S. L. Cormer, food; Mrs.J. Buy Volkswagens 900 950 x 14 3 FOR 98.55 \ FREE
Baker W. Vaughn, treasurer; Mrs.C. 600 x 13 3 FOR 66.72 1 FREE
13 L. Dickerson, banker; Mrs.H. GREEN COVE SPRINGS 650X13 3 FOR 65.10 1 FREE
Monday, January C. Grothjohn, program; Mrs.J. 2849209See 670 it' 15 3 FdR '76.95 1 FREE
Mainstde Murder at the Gallop T. Christian, bunnie girlsMrs.R. ; 710 X 15 3 FOR 79.35; 1 FREE
Margaret Rutherford, Robert G. Nanny, posters; Mrs. E. Smitty..CrO Rel.'bo 760 x 15 3 FOR 80.40' 1 FREE .
820 x 15 3 FOR 98.55. 1 FREE I"
Morley --------- --- --- -- -
NATTUnit Oklahoma Gordon
.
McCrae, Shirley Jones Your*Wnre Bow y ALIGNMENT1
Hospital The VIP's Elizabeth S

Taylor, Richard Burton _----.a& s.>. 4rO WITH: PREMIUM 3.99c
Tuesday, January 14 irk TIRES OTHERWISE

Malnside Best of Enemies &AI1T&II
David Niven, Alberto Sordi I I 670x15

NATTUnit Murder attheGallop- 1838 Cos sot Avenue PHONE EV 4-4556 I II Brunswick*
Margaret Rutherford, Robert I 24 Newly modernized lanes FuHy( afo-condi Honed I Special ANY U.S.

Morley OklahomaGordonMc- I FREE Nursery Complete Restaurant "Facilities BUilT CAR
Hospital Jones I Complete Pro Shop and Guaranteed Work 895 PARTS d LABOR
Crae, Shirley
15 BRING THIS COUPON FOR ONE I II ALL PRICES PLUS FEDERAL AND STATE TA/1

Mainslde Anita Wednesday Ekberg- Zarak, January-Victor Mature, I I FREE GAME 750x14TUBELESS wsw IIUHIEF TIRE CO.

NATTUnit Best of Enemies I WITH TWO PAID GAMES. I 5444 NORMANDY 2809 MAYPORT
David Niven, Alberto Sordi ADULTS ONLY, PLEASE. BLVD ROAD
Hospital Murder at the Gallop I I 1295JANUARY EV 9 0383 016.4825 .,.
Margaret Rutherford, Robert 6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD fiV 4x4691'

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VP-5 Gets New Skipper, Atlantic

Ha. Traffic l


LawsOumae Fleet Major Excellence Awards

..
ESI Patrol Squadron Five conductedthe achieved by VP-5 for being the Gol/ihw.lte.CoinmSir 1] Rober( !

of 1964 impressive ceremony Tuesdayof most combat-ready Jacksonville I leet Air
Along with the new year 1963. Jacksonville..
officers based patrol squadron during
changing commanding
came new traffic laws In the state
of Florida which went Into effecton and receiving the two major awardsfor Vice Admiral C.E. Weakly, Com
mander Anti-Submarine Warfare Commander
January LOne excellence granted patrol Jack 1Pate,
car insurance buy.. squadrons in the Atlantic Fleet. Forces Atlantic then presented the former Executive Officer of the

famous low rates of the traffic laws requires The 350 officers and men of the squadron the Captain Arnold J. squadron, relieved tdr.; R'p.

and top.erflce. motorists to dim their headlightswhen squadron watched from parade Isbell Anti-Submarine Warfare Smyth as commanding officer of
Trophy. The Chief of Naval the squadron,
overtaking another car as formation as Rear Admiral N.C. popularly known
Contact ma today) well as when meeting one. Pre Gillette, Commander Fleet Air 'Operations selected Patrol the "Mad Foxes". as

viously, motorists were requiredto Wings Atlantic, presented Commander ) Squadron Five as the winner of
JOE dim their headjights only when Robert P. Smyth the U.S. this award for attaining the highest
,i meeting other vehicles. Atlantic Fleet Battle Readiness Efficiency score of all Atlantic Fleet patrol Cdr. Pate, a native of Cordele

Pennant. This award was squadrons In anti-submarine bat- Georgia, graduated from the U.S.*
LUTENPhone Another revision to the Florida tle readiness. This Is the second Naval Academy In 1945 and was

771-6400 Statutes will subject motorists to VA Announces consecutive year that a Jackson- designated a Naval to 1947
ville-based has the He served aboard the famous
squadron won
of aircraft
3811 Blvd a term up to one year Inprison
Standing rather than a shorter term In the Payment Of award. carrier USS Enterprise in

STATE wbalArte.oNUtaaurakeCem FARM[!] county jail, for leaving the scene Among the many highrankingNaval the Pacific Theater during World
Mn omcb..*MlRtM .IDIMI. q of an auto accident In which a DividendRufus officers present at the ceret War II and participated in the
person was Injured. Le/te Gulf, Luzon, Iwo Jima and
H. Wilson, Manager of Okinawa campaigns. Cdr. Pate's
the St. Petersburg Regional Office former Patrol Squadron

experience
LAST NIGHTITHURSDAYJANUARY! 9| of the Veterans Administration was served with VP-40{)
announced today that the 1964 NAY"A based in the Panama Canal Zone
DA GHTER of the SUN"JACKSONVILLE'S National Service Life Insurance and Patrol Squadron Eight basedat
divident of $214,000,000 and U.S.
Quonset Point Rhode Island
Government Life Insurance div-
Other significant posts held by him I
MOST UNUSUAL ADULT THEATRE idend of $15,000,000 is to be paidon
OPEN MIDNITE include a tour of duty (in the Office .
accelerated basis.
DAILY SHOWSNOON an of Naval Intelligence, Washington
In addition, dividendof
a special
ROXY FOLLIES I
FRIDAY'TIL D.C. and service as Assistant
$5,000,000 will be paid on National -
and Service Life Insurance Naval Attache, Rome, I

*" MIDNITE 2412 w. BEAVER 389-7422 SAT. accounts to present or former Italy.

holders of the $5 total disability o P

DON'T MISS THIS BRING THE LADIES Income benefit. /i( < f fr Commander Smyth will report as
I
FABULOUS NEWNATURE.HITI THEY'LL LOVE IT, The accelerated 1964 dividend Executive Officer of the anti-
AND YOU WILL TOO! will be paid during the monthof : J1J submarine aircraft carrier USS

January 1964 Wilson said. i ty :j jo.t' Randolph.
The requirements for these dividends !::
Prom the Runways to the Sunrays
will be based on the follow- Cdr. l. A. Pof

OH. CAN A BURLESK QUEEN FIND TRUE ing: accelerated 1964 dividend-- I .
payment of the November 1963

HAPPINESS IN A Nature Camp ? or later premium month;additional Cdr. Smith Is New Commanding
details on payment of spectaldivl- I'

Virginia dend to qualified insureds with the Officer of Patrol
I Ic In All HerNatural $5 total disability Income pro- Squadron 30
((48.24-36') Glory ....
Li Ki vision rider will be furnished at Commander
Bruce
and Just The Way B. Smith, relieved concepts of ami-submarine war-
.
/ a later date.Dividends
"' fr.. You Like Her!' Commander Robert F. fare. The training Is conductedIn
\ will be paid as far Lyons as Commanding Officer of the famed P2 Neptune and die ;
as possible during January 1964, Patrol '
Squadron Thirty on new P3 A Orion.
The Picture for the
Man vfrto but Insureds should not write VA
December 19 here at Hanger 140. Cdr. will for duty
;1' thinks he has seen everything! before first of March 1964 about Cdr. Smith Lyons report
assumed commandof as the executive officer aboard
(Bring the Ladies non-receipt VA during of dividends.the Inquiriesto time the Atlantic Fleet's largest the USS Duxbury Bay (AVP-3S)
processing
patrol squadron, which is
Make 'em take assignedthe
for payment of the dividend will
mission of
O notes!) slow down the payment. Wilson training pilots,
ICILBARE navigators, aircrewmen and
said. maintenance personnel advanced
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euji1Also ft i rp Wait nnReceived !



Starring W NEW SHIPMENT 1000 YDS.

SUNNY DARE JOY HODGES / y \

Studded with STUNNING 80 sq. COTTONPERCALE

SUNTANNED STARLETS!


SEE THEM ALL!
Cdr. B. B. Smith I
SEE ALL OP f If

THEM! -I II

SOLIDS AND PRINTS
Captivating iu
TELLTALE COLOR! MACHINE New CPOs ;
WASHABLE
SEE THELIMBO C
advance
U
Two Jax stationkeepcrsw
L ONLY Of]
Wednesday Nites AS NEVER to chief petty offictes
LADIES FREE BEFORE! YDD January 16, 1964, as
of the February, 1963 examineations
f,; ADULTS ONLY v
I
', -. Scheduled to be advanced art::
AIM to
H. T. Trubshaw Jr.
CallenderT1
ADRCA and W. D.

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Chief Officers ',c """'; .' ...,;y.-, ,
Petty Club J '
Hosts .,
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Children At Annual ;: .i:.. '.. tfC,.. ,; 4I '< '
Christmas '' < 1"Al'
Party : << \. rn; :''I 1
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_. H __ By. GySgt.. Wes .Watdme
Chief petty Officers Club under the direction of Advisory
Is the making of clothes and dolls.
hosted 106 underprivileged child- Board presented each child with The rest of the gifts were pur- Ads should {* malted to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Iyc/elJrfv.,
ren at their annual Christmas clothes and toys. The names of the Jocksorrv/f/e/ 8, Florida, to arrive not /later than Tuesday for puUt
chased locally at a cost of approximately cation the fofiowfno/ Thursday. Ads arriving too late tot this dead-
party at the club during the children, ages, needs and desires $23,00. Funds for the "line, will be published the following week unless the publisher Is
holidays. Dinner,toys,clothing anda were obtained from Duval County raised the Instructed otherwise./ / A check or money order for the full cost of
were
Las -
party by two
Welfare the od must be reoe fve visit from Santa Claus the Bureau.
was Vegas Nights at the club and con- 00 NOT SEND CASH.
treat for the youngsters in an effort Each toy and all clothes were tributions from
to make their Yule Time hap- wrapped by the CPO Wives Club the patrons of the RATE!!: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . .$1.00

pier and brighter.The and names tagged on each. Manyof club.The party began early when three Per additional line ((4 words per line) . 35

party has been an annual the dolls and doll clothes were buses departed NAS for pickup

one since 1950 according Homer presented to the Club by Sandra points downtown. The youngsterswere
Umsted, Club Manager.The chiefs, Lee whose hobby and occupation
given a tour of the station FOR SALE 1955 SUPER 88 DUPLEX Bungalow at 5017110St.
before arriving at the CPO Club OLDSMOBiLE, EXTRA CLEAN, on the Ortega River furnishedone
where they were met by Chief Bill Power steering & Brakes, Radio& Bedroom apt. of 4 rooms

Bain, President of the Advisory Heater, AT,Back Up Lights, Good and nice tile Bath, two screened
Board and others who volunteeredtheir Tires, SoundMechanicalCondltton, porches, fire place& Quaker Clr.

A services. Original Owner $350.00 Phone Heater. $85.00. Phone EV 75457.No .
Inside the dining room a turkey 387-2014. Pets.
dinner along with all the trimmingswere
f
f tci for the children.This
waiting FOR RENT Furn Apt. 4519 One Apt. of 2 Rooms & Tile Bath.
with about 25 of milk
along gallons
Wheeler Av. 3 rm, Its & hot Nice Tile Kitchen and Electric
:disappeared
quickly wtr for bath furn. Sep ent. $10.00 Heat. Double Garage. Nice Yard.
After dinner 40 of
pounds
candywas
M per wI<. for 1 gentleman or $12 $68.00. Phone .V 75457.
given the children who other-
for 2. Conv. to N.A.S. EV 9-1743
w wise might have missed the Christ- NORTON'S MOBILE HOME PARK
Mrs. Barnett.
mas sweets altogether. They then Large lots, 8' X 40' patioslaundry
f y gathered outside the Club entranceto FREE EQUITY -- just pay closingcost facilities. FREE LOCAL MOVING

t'f s."' await a helicopter from NARTU .and pay low monthly payments 3 Miles EAST OF Cecil Field
with St. Nick aboard. of $75.94 for 3 bedrooms, 3641 Chaffee Rd. 781-1800.
1 The chopper landed much to the 2 baths and fenced yard Call Mae

joy of the waiting boys and girls Spencer EV 8-9784, or Ext. 8162.

ranging In ages from four to 14. 1963 JAGUAR XKE GT COUPE
FOR
SALE
They escorted Chief Santa Claus Clean 1959 Ford 4 months old, 3000 miles
4 Gal 500 V8, At, R&H, 1661 Four-
Simpson across the field and into $4800.00
LUg Treseder VP16or
aker Rd Ph
781365LFOR
the club where toys were stacked 3847133.
around a tree. SALE small refrigeratorIn

Two hours later the toys and good condition $20. Call Mae

9 clothes had been presented each Spencer, EV 8-9784 or Ext. 8162. FOR SALE Oak Hill 5913

t. youngster and almost everyone received FOR SALE 1960 JAGUAR JCK( Norde Dr. E. en, 3B, 1 1/2 B.

what they needed most and ISO Coupe, Extra Clean, R.& H, hdw firs, sc pch, sm down pay.
the toy they had requested. Wire Wheels, Overdrive.Ph Call SP 1-2277 after 5:00 p.m.
The Advisory Board works all 2685612.

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funds for this
year raising party -- - --- ---- -- -:
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r r t and as Chief Bain says, "if more "" i"- emer B mmrr "'iKJ i

people could see the happy smilesof I
appreciation on the faces of these ROOSEVELT MALL

little boys and girls as they are
HAPPY JIME-Chief Bain talk over Santa's pending visil with one
presented gifts and clothing we'dhave
of 'the young 'ladies the club hosted at their annual' Christmas
greater participation in the
party for Duval' County youngsters whose holidays might not have fund raising activities at the club." H CARWASH
been happy without the aid of the CPO club. (Official' USMC Photo

by Gy Sgt. Wes Ward)
HOURS MONDAY thru SATURDAY-9 am.6 p.m.


Blood Donors Navy Navy Wives Wives Club ClubThe No. 86 'OPEN SUNDAYS 9:00A.M.: .. 1 ::30 P.M.

Twenty-four enlisted persons held their election for new board
recently donated blood totheNaval officers for 1964 on Wednesdayat j Located The Roosevelt Mdl Shopping Centeron Roosevelt*do. J

Hospital Blood Donor Center. their Clubhouse on Enterprise
Donating blood from NAS Dis- Every WEDNESDAY

pensary were: David L. Brown, Ave.Refreshments were served by

I HN; Kenneth L. Peterson. HM3; Mrs. Russell Greele, Mrs. Albert

Jackie L. Price, HN; and OakleyE. Bastiger, Mrs.Joseph Hagen,Mrs. Is DOLLAR DAYWESTCONNETT
SchneiderMCA.! James Franklin and Mrs. Sharon
Donors from NAS Operations Gilb. I

! were: Lee R. Fox, SA; Donald
WESTSIDE:
i R. Kilgore SN; Thomas P. I1_ I

! Mitchell, SA; Robert M. Prender- I
gast AN; Eldon E. Vinzant, AN; IT1ui: : 9Ji

Robert A. Whitely, AA; and DavidL.

Wright, SA.
Donors from NAS Supply were: 3SERVING

Edward A. Juskowski, AKl Myrna SP 1-4602 rt SOUTHWEST DUVAL FURNITURE CO.

1.. Young AK3; David D. Haus, .'. COUNTY
AA; James B. Newman SK3; WITH 5326 WESTCONNETT BLVD. AT 103RD. ST.
Thomas J. Predmore AK3; and COMPLETE

Bobby Lee Terry, SK2. CONVENIENT MODERN EASY CREDIT

Donors from AMD ParachuteLoft FRENCH'S COMMERCIAL FREIGHT SALVAGE REPOSSESSES
were: James E. Heinzman, BANKING
SERVICES I
RADIOTV
AN; Arthur B. Hill PR2; Jack E.
SERVICE ? Mack, AME3; Paul P. Meeham, SALES & -

PR1; and Dennis D. Pierson, AN. 6357 103rd St. Dnw Ibuesrw..m.,.t.1..rr10AYdOrapfAQ....rJO: A _).CO w BED ROOM SUITE $79:00: DINETTE
Donors from Navy Finance Office SERVINGsouEfHIWEST AM-1 IM.All D.N..
were Milton D. Beckstrom.SN SETS $29.00 LIVING ROOM SUITE -
and Charles R. Scott DK1.
$69.00END TABLES, COFFEE TABLES -

JAX. .
$5.00MODERN LAMPS-$5.00* ELECTRIC'
SALK & SERVICE OH

People go on vacations to forget ..TELEVISION RADIO 14321HANDING' AND GAS STOVES $35.00 TV SETS -
things, and when they open their HI-FI. IOULEVARO HlkI'OlOl
bags they find out they did. !Indiana AUTOMOBILE RADIO $60.00 REFRIGERATORS-$45.00STEREO
Bell News hm, Indiana Bell ORGANALL
Telephone Co. WORK GUARANTEED Member of FDIC S100.00eDINING I I ROOM SUITE $89.00

COME IN AND BROWSE OPEN 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.r .



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History of Communism 74 NAS Employees To Be Distributed



The Pomp and Power Donate Blood New DOD Guide Entitled


Civilian employees of the Naval

Air Station, Jacksonville, partici- AffairsWashington
i i Within Stalin's Grasp pated in a Blood Donor Day on 'Your Personal
December 4. There were 74 vol-
AFPS -- Are dependents aware of benefits
unteers. A total of 70 pints of ( ) your
(Sixth In a series of 20 articles entitled The History of Communism blood were received. The donorsare available to them In the event of your death?
AFPS from the Are you aware of benefits afforded both you and your family today
by MSgt. Walter Stewart, USMC. Reprinted by listed herewith by way of
San Diego Chevron, Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, Calif.) recognition of their part and In the future?

In "Stalin: A Political Biography," author L Deutscher writes, icipation These questions and many more HAS Hobby

"Few Important developments in history are so inconspicuous and Overhaul and Repair Depart- are answered In a revised Defense

seem so Inconsequential to their contemporaries as did the amazing ment: Department pamphlet(DOD)PA-6)), Shop To Hold

accumulation of power in the hands of Stalin, which took place while H.M. Palmer toward L.. Young, entitled "Your Personal) Affairs."

Lenin was still alive." Roger S. Willis, Kermit P. Heath, The new guide Is scheduled for (.ramie* Donto.
I Stalin was: ((1)) Commissar of J.E. Walker, Katherine H. Newton, distribution to all services In late
Nationalities, making him an all- On 26 the NAS Hobby
Charles M. Edwards, Walter L, January.The January
VP-16 Planes Get powerful intermediary between the Bunce, John S. Sail, Jr. DonaldD. latest Information Is pro- Shop will present the Dolphin Art.
central government and the 65 vided allotments,social security Ceramics of
Field, Forrest E. Addlngton, on Daytona.
Different AttireWhen million people who comprised the James P. Smith Harry Williams, dependency and Indemnity com- Presented In the program will
non-Russian element of theSoviet retired serviceman's be ceramic demonstration with
Samuel A. Partin, Maxwell T. pensation, a
VP-16's No. 131495 arrived Republic; ((2)) Commissar of the and the of stains and
Holder, Aubrey S. Boyd, John E. family protection plan, rights use possibly an
at the squadron on 17 Dec- Workers' and Peasants' Inspectorate Edwards, Jr. Margaret R. Mc- and benefits covered by the Sol- air brush.

ember, she was not wearing her with authority to"act Gowan, Robert 1.. Williams, JanieB. diers' and Sailors' Civil Relief All children from the ages of

. usual dark grey and white garb. as the stern and enlightened audi- Kremensky, Henry W, Fanning 12 through 15 must be accom-

Instead, her dress was the"stylish" tor" of the entire governmental III, Leo H. Pagonis, Homer J. Act.The pamphlet points out that panied by parents or a responsibleadult.

j new combination of"gullgrey" machine (he was in effect the Taylor, John R. Strickland, Her- each serviceman should: Refreshments will be

and white. head of a massive "super Inspector bert K. Moyer, Viola E. Brown, Prepare a will, or If you have served.SCUTTLEBUTT.

PAR (Progressive Aircraft Rework General" team); and ((3)) Gen- John L.. Barnwell, Thomp-- one, bring it up to date, if nec-
NAS Norfolk Va. receives eral of the Central Com-
), Secretary
son, H.J. Jones, W.G. Hendricks, cessary.
sick" aircraft on a scheduled mittee. Select an executor to be namedIn
Wayne Pullem, G.R. Burch, J.E.
basis to check the safety flight This latter post became almost
will to out the termsof
Perkins, M.E. Patterson, C.A. your carry
fixtures. In addition PAR checks unbelievably powerful and, when
Gore Jr. William L.. Norris,Stan- the will. 1
the craft for corrosion combined with Stalin's two
) damage.
Make certain that record
ley W. Grant, Fred W. Linke your
PAR is scheduled 18 months commissariats and his position on
every of data maintained
Erwin P. Grote, Arthur C. emergency by
for each SP-2E. The takes the Politbureau, provided the
process service Is always -
Granthum, Robert O. Zimmermann your organization
about three weeks, as comparedwith thrust to gain Trotsky's ousterIn current.
Neal
Julius Bob
0 & R, In which the planeIs 1926 and deportation in 1927. Richartz, John W. Maintain a permanent file of all
almost entirely rebuilt. Over- In fact, by the end of 1926, Seegar. records and documents
Frederrick L.. Price, Richard W. pertainingto
haul and Repair usually takes from) there was on the Politbureau not service.
Smythe, Melvin M. Mowbray, your military
three to five months. one Party member who opposedthe
Julian S. Hunt, Jr.,James R. Fore, Prepare Personal Affairs Record -
.
The "gull-grey" and white color leadership of Joseph Stalin.In
and keep it to date.
James P. Shepard, Harold A. up
combination is the new official 1928, crisis again struck
these documents
Chesbrough, Cecil R. MeGee and Keep important I
air force color. Eventually, (crises were the fellow travelersof o0
Navy J.D. Wooten. In a safe place, and tell your next 00
all Navy patrol aircraft will wear the Red regime for Its first Supply Department of kin-whether wife, child or par- j
these colors, and old aircraft going decade, but most of them were : ent-where
Rayford McKinnon, James Ihler. they aree.Let
through PAR be returned to not of enduring Importance) when
wllj
know what
Howell family
Johnnie E. Roy V. Hart- your you
their squadrons this coat. an agrarian reform instituted sev-
wearing for their future
ley, George Marcus, A.L. Day- are doing pro-
The primary advantage of the color eral years earlier resulted in tection.
mude, Archie Kitties, Robert
is that it is difficult for surface urban famine.
Inform of the
Welsh, Jean li Cutcliffe, Otis W. your family
I forces to spot the "grey ghosts" When the Communists' failureto McCormack, Phylma Zeigler government benefits they will be ',t.Q?
the sky. permit a promised democracy
against
I Mary C. Fahnestock, Leroy Mann, entitled to if you die. 16ErlCiEAtoJr11tH5 MAN
prompted a panic in 1921 the Reds
and Hartley A. Steeves. Following are some of the ben- !h'I
yielded to the extent of permitting HAS A PIETY' RIFLE,
Time To CheckInstructions private ownership of small farms- Public Works Department: efits to which your survivors are !r
Norman F. Glllls, D.H. Reynolds, entitled: VA pension, burial expense -
although these were heavily taxedIn personnel that "You owe it to
G.D.Presson,George Huntley,A.J. payments,medical care, fin-
Card kind and in money. Whitlow, and Neal A. Hawkinson. al transportation of household your wife, your children, or your
After taxes, the farms had so to affairs In order -
education parents put your
Data Processing Department goods, war orphan assistance -
Attention employees. Please little left over for their own sus- Evelyn W. Meetze. and business, farm, or today, so they will know whatto
read your Department of Defense tenance, quotas for the cities home loans for widows. do and what to expect, If It

emergency Instructions card (DD went unmet. Thus, the urban panic The pamphlet reminds service becomes necessary tomorrow."
reached its zenith in 1928. ------- -- --
Form 886-1. 1 Jan 1963))and check

it for accuracy.At Stalin's answer was collectivi- iiii'i'itiBRIEF WHY PAY MORE?
zation of farms note here
least once annually your attention ( again
will be called to the Information the subordination of the peopleto
J2EVIE'w
the OF A IT'S THE DIFFERENCE YOU
provided on your program), an extremely
Department of Defense unpopular answer to all but the NE'WgOOK/ ..
{ emergency
instruction card. Specific attention poorest of farmers. His willhowever "TWEOOVf'SA!'ET PAY THAT COUNTS !

is called to Information as follows prevailed -- with the aid of FAR APART: n. AND AT

: "If unable to report to the rifles and machine guns. Even so,

assigned assembly area, report to collectivization soon fell over Its
the nearest functioning military own feet. ROBERTS CHEVROLETAND
activity.! In order to succeed, the col- r

"Civilian If lectivized farms required me-
employees only. you
are unable to reach the designated chanization and there were piti- OLDSMOBILE

assembly area
to a military installation quarter of a million tractors were t Mw ,ff Green Cove Springs FloridaJUST
other than your own department, .needed and in the whole of Russia ,

f that installation is uable contact there were only 7,000. 18 MINUTES FROM NAS, SOUTH ON HIWAY 17

your own department, go to Mass production of oil was a
the nearest post office and secure, necessity, as were power trans- JACKSONVILLE PHONE: G. C. S. PHONE:

fill out and mall a "Federal mission lines, coal, steel and -- 264-9400 264.9580
Card". most of all--technical training.
Employees If your emergency Registration instruction THE DIFFERENCE IS LESS !

card has been lost or mutilated, WESTERN AUTO
you should obtain a replacementfrom
the head of your departmentor Complete, Modern Service Dept.

his designated representative.Keep ASSOCIATE STORE

your emergency Instruction -
card withyou at all times. 1 mi. north of NAS at 5541 Roosevelt Blvd. SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY!

An elephant and a chimpanzeewere In Venetia Village. W. H FERGUSON Mgr.

sauntering through the jun I Radios, TV's, Appliances, Davis Tires, Bikes, ,
discussing this and that.
gle RESIDENCE PHONE EV: W>789
"You know," remarked the elephant Sporting Goods, Auto Parts,etc. etc.

with peanuts.casually", "I fill my trunk More than 16,000 items TO CHOOSE FROM J. W. Williams Walter LucasRES

"Really" said -Jhe chimpanzee,,, EASY PAYMENT PLAN AVAILABLE PHONE 284-3119 RES PHONE 2849633PAGE
"Where do you keep your
EV 8-3470
clothes?"






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9, 1964 PAGE 9Aircraft
JAX AIR NEWS
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( i Maintence, Supply Win a+



As Intramual Basketball StartsBy


Jerry Davis, JOSH

hs captains met In the center of the court the referee explained the new rules of the game, the teams w

I f.t1ered! the ball was tossed and the first Intramural basketball game of the season was underway at the I .

"': ":' ... -...'..JtJAAIk' ', .. .. ., NAS gym Monday afternoon.
: :::': :: ::: :::: ::::':': ;. ::: : :::'' I n. s
''
headon -
; : .:.\: Aircraft Maintenence ran I
: .' ) with Weapons in what 'provedo i

.... .. ...:.... ruSYIM be the most Interesting! !came of
:: : \:::: ...;:. :}..::. ;. the night and might well he the
NEWS. most exciting of the season, with
\ .::-::>:;;::;;!:.: ;.::... ;...:,:/ :: ...;.: :.::..:.; ..:::; % {{>.\\i }f.JL / a score of 4240. +
With the first quarter running i

slow and the .lead bouncing back I .
and forth from one team to the ,.. c I
1 .... .....' .. iiiI.J JUP
had all signs of Q-iWff*flBft TiffijinUffTW jtairt v-
other, the [ t
game the
ball in
first
the
GOES-Referee C M. Altey tossed /jump
with IT
another slow
being just game and which kicked
Weapons
; Maintenance
Aircraft
Weapons between
the half time score showing game basketball.
in the lead by two points, off the first scheduled game this season Intramural$
... with the score all of 2220. Jumping (L-R) Aaron of Aircraft Maintenance and Marshall of Wea
la V MS The second half jumped off to pons. Maintenance won 42-40 ((Navy Photo by J. C. Davit, JOSN)
i 'R++bY >ojyyy
s a fast start with each team standingtoe
to toe and matching point for Serving all Jacksonville with
.
4' point. With the score standing at I
cd fv 38-40 and 13 seconds left, Aircraft t { FULLY EQUIPPED RADIO-DISPATCHED TRUCKS
Maintenance hit for two

points which tied the score. With !24-HOUR SERVICE]
just 8 seconds showing, Main- t/41iY4 +
tenance once again gained controlof
the ball and time out was called.
Time in called and the ball held EAGERTON PLUMBING
for about two second,Wilbur Arron
f
a hit the nets with a 20-foot jumper Inc.
Company,
that pushed Maintenance into the

winning column 4240. McDuff Ave. E180761
Charles Gilbert of Weapons took 1093 N.
.
.
high scoring honors of the game
V with 13 points and John Hoffman
Maintenance came second with 12. 1
The second game of the night BLACK ANGUSMeat
showed the courts
Supply running
___
with the Dispensary. Supply jumped
I to a quick lead holding It and Company
walking off the court with a 55-22
"A stea,
victory.T. A Reel Old-Fashioned/ Meat Market':
stter"
A. Byrd of Supply was high or a
TWO POINTS-Johnson drivel in for two points for Aircraft Maintenance scorer of the game with 13 points 4029 Blanding Blvd. CEDAR HILLS 771-7362
of Weapons tries for the block as the first In- and Don Leggett took the high scor-
Myles
framual' as basketball game of the season got underway Monday, ing honors for Dispensary with 8 LET US FILL YOUR FREEZER
Photo by J. C. Davis JOSN) points.
NAS (Navy
the
January 6 at gym. .

SwimminOlympics Team Forms Box Steaks Beef Sides
;
"Looks like a bad storm comingup Navy .g
," said the hostess. "You'd

better stay for dinner." Searcl i Military Beef QuartersHEAVY
"Oh, thanks," said the guest,
absently, "but I don't think it will
be that bad. Successful Farming. By Jerry Davit!, JOSH WESTERN FULL CUT

With more college met Training will began Monday,
and women entering the service January 13 at 7 p.m. and will
every year, the Olympics are look- be held every Monday thru Thur- ROUND STEAK 8S lb.
ing to the military to furnish some sday thereafter.Car .
of the top entries in the Olympic
5t Y sickness: the felling you get
games.
.?' p MacODLAll The Naval Air Station here. Is every month when the payment falls Come See Us For The Best Beef In Town

now in process of developing a due. -- Balance Sheet


%/D4Daoce'Scec' Jax compete which Navy will in the Swimming put upcoming swimmers Team event to in WE CANNOT AND WILL NOT BE UNDER SOLD I \!.

for a shot at the
position
Olympics a if they qualify. Valiant
The main swimming event will Chrysler Plymouth

be the All Navy Swimming
Championship which will be heldin

gml CpmedY' Your heart W IIt.C The San Jax's Diego team March will 13 participatein and 14. WE PLEDGE TO BEAT ALL ADVERTISED PRICES

CViCtp t pound with exHCRBfR the Sixth Naval District Swimming
citetnenr at the first. The time and date 17.
wonder of tht. Meet 18 on Hiway
pVEt From there the Approximately"
i great Show of Showj will be announced.
VICTOR HERBERT'SVEfJE1'JJ selected qualifiers will go to the MINUTESREVELS
South Atlantic Regional where the

Fifth, Sixth, eighth and 10 Naval
Districts will compete, March 5 PLYMOUTH INC.
will be held at CHRYSLER -
in TECHNICOLOR and 6. This meet ,

FRANK FLORENCE MORGAN RICE MISCHA RAY BOLCER AUER NAS, Memphis.The qualifiers. from this swim-meet 1050 N. ORANGE AVE., GREEN COVE SPRINGS

HMMUI RING RtCIMLO CARDINM will then go to the main
the All Navy at San DIRECT 264-6555
ming event, PHONE JACKSONVILLE
san marco Diego. This meet will enable swimmers MARK OF
I99& SAN MARCO// to try their skill at
IX
EX 8.2608 tflUt
the Olympics.All 6
CHRYSLER
personnelinterested,Including AUTHORIZED DEALER
Waves, may contact Frank Mc- MamRS CORPORA11ON y
Office, Ext.
the Athletic
Caffrev at
535 or'Chuck Phillips at the-Indoor QUALITYIHUARY

cool,Ext. 43L







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JANUARY 9, 1964
JAX AIR NEWS
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PAGE .

MATTU Sailor Leading

'

CAN YOUTake 3 From; NAS Pistol Team Shine Scorer In City League. I

"
At Florida State ChampionshipsThe Three Identical 27 point per- over the Paxon Aces, and In losses -
and Pitts-
with ?
AMTRAC
your car you formances by a Second Class Per- to Fourth
For Financing and Insurance sonnelman attached to NATTU's burg Plate Glass.
call Placid, ADDS R.V. Garren, AK1, 25 points a
stateside and overseas, NAS Pistol Team partici- and Training Office He averaged almost
of VP-30, and D. L. Brigance, Education lead Dixie to
pated In the Florida State Indoor last' season to
Individual
game
makes him scoring
DYER) M. BURR tefJruent'ng'
Championships In Hialeah Floridaon AE1 of VP-30. leader for the Dixie Tire Co. a second place finish in the Com-
COVERHMENTfMPLOYEES December 15 and brought back Chief Placid won one 2nd place In Jacksonville's Commer- mercial League, number 2 leagueIn
medal in the Master Class,Garren entry' Recreation
few medals. Jacksonville's City
FINANCE CORPORATION & quite a cial Basketball League.
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE Out of some 50 competiters, won one 2nd place medal in the In the first three games of the Department basketball program.
INSURANCE COMPANY three members of the Navy Team Expert Class, and Brigance won season, Charles E. (Chuck) Hud- Normally a guard, Hudson can
56)3 Tlmuquana Road, won five medals. They were V, one 1st and two 2nd place medals son scored 27 points in a winY move Inside when the going gets
__ ,Ph.771-0527 In the Sharpshooter Class. rough. He did just that In one
game last year and rung up 46
S U counters, most of them on tip-
cz'KI Ins, to record the highest indivi-

Mode/ O'Doy gkop tr dual scoring effort of the year in
the recreation leagues.A .
four-year letterman at Pulaski
5338 Norwood AvenueIn
County High School Somerset,Ky.,
the Gateway Shopping Center Hudson was named to AllDistrictteams

Open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mon. thru Sat. as a Junior and Senior.

LADIES DRESSES, LINGERIE, SWEATERS. SKIRTS! He played for VFP-62 a few
COATS, HANDBAGS, HOSIERY, COSTUME JEWELRY years ago when they were winning
station championships and for what
JANUARY SALE! ie he describes as "good" USS Saratoga -

Lovable BRAS 2 for -C
Lovable GIRDLES Only -V | r


_

the ONE place to ,i\ HAS Weight Room


call for =' rk ,x '. One Of FinestThe


facilities In the gym at the
:k. NAS Indoor pool, have everything
!!money! Ii you need to loose or gain weight.

Many people use the equipmentat
the gym, but more are urgedto

Phone Beneficial! Get cash double-fast for any good rea WE DID( IT-Ho\ding\ trophies, target and pistols; are (L-K) V. Placid come i in.

son furloughs, expenses, bills, you-name-it! And get ADCS, Master Class D.'L Brigance; AE1, VP-30, Sharpshooter, andR. One of f the many to use the of gymIs the
Muller HM3
Beneficial's International Credit Card, too, for Immediate V. Garren AKI Vp-30, Experf. These men won 1st places In Barry ,I Hz is 22
the Florida State Pistol; December Naval Hospital years
Championships, J 15. (Navy,Photo
Cash Loan Service at any affiliated Beneficial office any. old and a native of Jacksonville.
by J. C. Davis; JOSN)
whereMJeneficial!! likes to say "yes!" Call now! Muller has been lifting weights for .

three years.In .
BENEFICIALFINANCE 1963, Muller entered the Mr.
Florida Contest and placed eighthout
SYSTEM of the 18 who entered. He has

loans up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Note taken quite a few trophies and
medals. Among these is the trophy -
JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance. of Jacksonville of
311 West Bay St., Mayflower Hotel ELgrn 3-4473 he won at the Tournament
5059 Normandy Blvd. (Near Normandy Drive-in). .CV 4-4395 Champions and medal from the
8130 Lem Turner Rd. (L. Forest Shopping Ctr.). .PO 5.2623 Olympic Development Contest heldat
ARLINGTON Beneficial Finance Co. of Arlington Patrick Air Force Base, Cocoa
Town & Country Shopping Center. . .RA 4-7910 Beach, Florida.
SO. JACKSONVILLE- Beneficial l Finance Co. of Florida I v Muller is classified In the 198
3436- Beach Blvd., South Gate Plaza EX 6-1515 Ew tX pound weight class. The most

weight he has lifted was a dead-
Nr
i lift of 400 pounds. He bench
\ presses 300 pounds and jerks 285

I O VANDERBILT I TIRES ,; pounds.He says. the only future plans

I that he has at the moment is to
enter the 1964 Mr Florida Physic
( 3 AUTO CENTERS TO SERVE YOUNOMONEYDOWN I Contest in ApriL Barry lives hereIn
Jacksonville,at9666 West Water
I Street.

HURRY, ITS HEAVY-8 rry Miller, HM3 of the Naval' Hospital',
demonstrates his use of the weight; room at the indoor pool' gym. Swimming Team Starts

AS LOW AS $| '17 PER WEEK Here he presses close to 300 pounds. (Navy Photo by Harold Ben For Dependents At NASA
son, AA)
1 4' dependents swimming team is
being formed at the NAS in door
1st QUALITY NYLON 24 MONTH UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE JAM'AliY .SPECIAL pool, building 614, for localswim-
( I hr It* 4 to.
saa1SI ming meets.
r 1 for 983 111 UK 3532
half 111 UK 35J2ItJ CHICKEN There are three different age
2 for 1866 TlblS7HiU 1113] 22 2EK.K 4312 SU2 99c groups; 8-11, 12-14 and 1517.

1 )mil 12.33 23 K 4512 ALL YOU CAN All applications can be picked up
32 MMIISOill 1413 21K 55.32 EAT at the pool. It is requested that
4 for 35 1(13 32 K 1332mi assist in these
i n't'1 ak t' a parents filling out
tCOiU 1113 21K
OPEN DAILY
4140.15-17011-0011' &SOli 11.13 22.ES 43.32 Speciall)' of forms. The tentative practice
TUHTYPt NYLON IUCKWUL ADO LAO IN|J-TVIf LEU Till 11:30: A.M. TO 10:00 P.M. hours are from 3:30 p.m. to
All Tirti Pin Tax & Exchangt-No$3.00 Add-On 5 if Old Tirt Not Coppoble CATFISH 4:45 and
p.m.Tuesdays Thursdays.
+rM 'l SHRIMP
HE1"1" Both boy and girl swimmersare
/ I 4 ROTATION .OYSTERS needed, also anyone interestedin
1 FREE MOUNTING .: CHICKEN diving. It is also necessaryfor

1 1MAIN TUBE-REPA R ''''' STEAKS one lady to help out with the
kA team.A .
f -TAKE OUT
JTltlTITlkfrMAIN CEDAR HILLS SOUTHSIDI 'Y' ; SERVICES general meeting will be held
150 Ibmlnf Blvd 1244 Pbi1.pi Hi** BANQUET for
n.'.2011
'" Sh MI.g Gah.l 1 ",, RCITC.Errs the indoor 4:30 Wed-
11.4.9051 MIM roll from.Pbtt BUSINESS MEN'S pool at : p.m.,
"SANDY"CROSSO, 0...MM.-W..frr. 'IfItiK nesday, January 15. Everyone is
TAB P.M. OMa W.4..t4y..iI''.M.M" LUNCH
,. KNII CRIBS...... CARROLL CRISI Alp.I asked to bring swimming suits
3438 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771- 5581] and towels.



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President Johnson ITrLT&



Urges Issuance Of



'Kennedy Stamp'


Washington ( AFPS ) -

r President Lyndon B. Johnson .
has asked that a Kennedy I.

memorial postage stamp bej

issued.It .
is an American tradition, dat-
ing back to Lincoln, to issue a r
y memorial stamp when a Chief k r'
.7 Executive dies in office.
The President has instructed
Postmaster General John A. Gro-
nouski to confer on the matter, at
the appropriate time, with Mrs. I .es
Jacqueline Kennedy and other
members of the late President's
CONGRATULATIONS-Rear Admiral' R. Goldtkwaito' Commoner family.Mr. .

Fleet Air Jacksonville/ presents a trophy to L. C. Gundy, PHI of Post Office Gronouski Department said that is pro-the

VAP-62 for winning the Com Fair Jax Bowling Tournament. (Navy ceeding as directed.In .
Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) the past the time lag: between I
death of a President and
date of issuance of his memorial ANSWERS PLEA,,-lieutenant
stamp or stamps has varied Spillis of the Naval' Air Technical -

greatly. Tranining Unit, lands in a
A series of four memorial
lot with fire victim from
7 stamps were issued for FranklinD. parking a
vp' y a Roosevelt, the first of which the fire in the Hotel' Roosevelt/
W rpt came out at Hyde Park July 26, in Jacksonville,. (Florida Times-
1945, more than three months after -
Union Photo
Mr. Roosevelt's death Apr 12. )
t t A Harding memorial stamp was
issued less than a month after his
S death. President Warren G. Hard- Credit Union Sets
ing died Aug 2, 1923, and a
stamp was issued Sept 1.
To produce a stamp so quickly, Annual MeetingPresident
engravers adapted the vignette,
numerals and letters of the exist-
ing two-cent stamp of 1923. A William L, Purcell a
portrait of Mr. Harding was add- has announced that the 12th An-

ed.The Lincoln memorial stamp nual Membership Meeting of the

was issued June 17, 1866, more Jax Navy Federal Credit Union
than one year after the President's will be held on January 17, 1964at
death Apr 14, 1865. 7:30 p.m. This years' meeting Get Ia tIM ftfOMIYItt
James A. Garfield died in office will again be held at King Hall, Cluck >ftutt ....'*
Sept 19, 1831. A Garfield stamp
came out Feb 22, 1890. Building 953, NAS, Jacksonville. low lanuwaot rates
President William McKinley for c r 5al tfricaeerttt -
died of_wounds. !inflicted! by an assassin
---- to lowtfctt.
sept 14, 1901. A McKinley Official reports of operationsand
GOOD JOft-ff. L KitHvr, AM2 of VA-44, r.c.iv.s fits trophy from stamp was issued in 1904.Spaceman's election of officials will high- oat .& two way tare

Rear Admiral R. Gofdfhworto, Commander r"U.f Jadtonvillt, light the meeting. The Jax Navy Important ..u...*.

for being runner-up in the Com Fair Jax Bowling' Tournament. (Navy Federal Credit Union now has over And gook State

Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) Shoes 16,500 members and holds assetsIn rarmjfe.rrlet.fef4
excess of $5,900,000.In .
Prevent FloatingSan did pwpSt faan .

Up/ in SizeAnteaters amen can wftSiBitkaawttliftajrMM
Diego (AFPS) As space addition to the handling of
cabins increase in size, there will regular business, President. Pur-
Association Eats be a need for astronauts to walk. cell announces that door prizes ... Call to ajrl
But, how, if their feet will not
will a retail value of more than
stay on the floor?
Engineer John F. Heard be- $700 will be awarded to lucky mem- E. MARK UTSEY
Bit Bit at Zoo lieves he has solved the problemof bers In attendance. Light refreshments .
Elephant by walking in a weightless state. will be served In the lobby. I 1948 Blanding Blvd.
He has developed shoes that
will allow astronauts to walk in 3890338STATI
Washington (AFPS--Military) gourmets who have a taste for elephantwill space as normally as they wouldon The Annual Meeting of the Mem-

be pleased to note that some relatively hard-to-get-information earth. bership Is held In accordance with "W,MIS FAIM MUTUAL
Is now available. The shoe soles are covered Article V of the By-Laws and AUTOMOI'LiINSUU"caCO"'ANY.'
Gourmets say that once the eater forgets that an elephant never with nylon fabric consisting of all members and their guests are ,,,,,,,,, .HOME OFFICE:
thousands of tiny closely spaced KOOMIN6TON. ILLINOIS
forgets, eating elephant Is easy. hooks. The hooks engage the Invited to attend. I

So, a few people who will apparently even tasting his wares, opined spacecraft floor carpeted with a
eat anything sat down recently nylon pile "rug."
would replace
that elephant never demonstratedan
Laboratory tests GET AMISSILE
to eat a wild elephant. steak and he spoke truthfully.But extreme holding tension capa-
Luckily, host L. Gordon Leech, to get back to that abund- city of 85 pounds per shoe.
proprietor of the Zoo Cafeteriaand ance of wine, as most of the peo- The astronauts using these shoes AGE DEAL!
chief thinker of the Anteaters it It could move about in the cabin
was
ple kept doing; great.
with no fear of floating up to the
Association, a D.C. Gourmet became clear that the best wayto
ceiling.
club, had arranged for the ele-
approach an elephant is the way
phant to be dead, and cooked. hunters do----loaded. NEW CARS
Leech had also arranged for an m1 n o err
e Lowest Prices
abundant wine list. Enough wine 0 oouuiOOJ
gives an elephant eater that certain Naval Register 'r.v5 -. Highest Trade-in Allowance
amount of devil-may-care that a ed .Easy Terms The Nicesest Treatment in Town
Looking For AviatorsA orr ( Il A0 J
allows him to tackle anything on the

planer, Including elephants.For ,. USED CARS
0 J 1 n r 0.
one thing, there was ele- comprehensive search Is being

phant-ear soup, which tasted, according made for the addresses of early : .. OfayetfUsed E Cars at Two Big Lots

to a hasty consensus, like Naval Aviators and members of J ,? 5552 Beach Blvd 2600 Dings Ave.
Naval Aviator J I
The
vegetable soup. their families. Full One-Year Guaranteea Warranty
Next there reindeer with the cooperation of
was tongue Register,
On Car SoldSHOPINTHESHADOWOFTHE50FOOT
which to anybody who has ever the Department of the Navy, the ii Every

bitten a tongue, tasted exactly Marine Corps and the Coast L
like one. Guard, plans to Include them In MSSILEGORDONTHOMPSQN!

Then came the entree, the ele- a commemorative register now / j' .;-,. .. .
phant, all 1,500 wild pounds of being compiled. @J
him, quick-frozen from Rhodesia, Families of living and deceased 'i. t l

and he tasted like a pot roast; early Naval Aviators are urgedto _
dry, tasteless like mother never contact Naval Aviator Register, II. gf) "Jacksonville's i Center"I
made. 2500 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. Wash-

The cook, who was not observed ington 7, D.C.



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Jj NARTUContinued don Burns warmly praised the Navy that the helicopters' presence fur-
Jax
for its quick response in answer- ther helped in calming other victims I
ing the city's call for aid and said seeking to escape the smoke.
: ''\. < ( From Page 1))

both from NARTU and Cecil arrived
on the scene and proceededto

__ aid in the airlift. NARTU had Auto LiabilityINSURANCE
g ote ROOSEVE t two helicopters which hovered over
,, I\\ ; ; k the burning hotel. One was pilotedby
". '/"". I ,.-,\ Lt.Ural W. King the other by Lt.

A .71W''," '1(, ,. J.P. Splllls. .each lifting four
.
persons to safety.Copiloting w. Insure AnyoneMcDOUGALL'S
"
: Lt.King's helicopter I INS
I vas ,Cdr.. William W. Loy while
the crewman's position was held by //AGENCY
"" .'. ; H.E. Gulden. ADRL D.W. Clark; .....LA Near Main Gate HAS, JAX.Phone EV 8.1676
'. "1 ADRAN served as co-pilot for Lt. R B PNTHLYPAYPIJN4'Flollida
'
' Spillis and R.A. Myers ADR acted

as crewman.
'
NARTlFs third helicopter was
H ,, JA flown by Cdr. LK. Simon andCdr. Notiond ,
.. F.M. Brown. Their crewman was
L. J.Tade ald. AD3.
"," I" wwr NAS Cecil Field's helicopter rttl
., credited with saving three personswas
flown by N.G. Fowler, ADRC j
I'I (aviation pilot) and assisted by J.E. '

.
", Mitchell AMS2 as crewman.

I The helicopters which rescuedthe '.".- '::.- .r ;: -- -- ,.. ... -. "
i y as j "Y"r. hotel guests from the roof took -
r : 1.l the victims to the municipal parkIng Af! Modem; ; Banking i Conveniences

1 lot a few blocks away from the BANKING HOURS:
MONDAY. THURSDAY FRIDAY
disaster scene where they were Bank 9:00M.. 2tOO P.M. Sonlt, 9:00 A.M. 2fOO P.M.
l- ushered to the emergency aid DrfY..l n Tellers/ 9:00 A.M.-4:30 P.M. 5:00: P.M.to( P.M.
I stations and hospitals by waiting Ur/ye-fn/ Te/fer 9:00 A.M. &00 P.M.

Y 9 t /"SM F" ambulances and police cars. CLOSED SATURDAY
By the time the smoke had
cleared It was reported that 21 FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
had died from
persons smoke Inhalation -
.J T LAKE SHORE/
or by accidental falls.
4617 Sao Jt/pM Avow(2 Blocks From Roosevelt) Member F.D.I.C.
The following Tuesday that count
was to reach 22 as a victim on
the critical list died.
NUN HEIO hovn low evr hotel root hekting firm victim However the
death toll It feared
was could
(WFGA-7V PhofcLBy Bob Hvnff/)
have been much
greater since there
ORANGE
PARK
Question calls in the early hours of mass were nearly 500 people in the hotel
confusion that he managed to work at the time, most of whom had
(Cork jued From Pagsithe ') his, way to the 12th floor how- celebrated the Gator Bowl 3 BEDROOM
two Navymen had Just bedded ever, and helped some victims to festivities Just the day before.
down in room 323 of the 13-story the roof prior to the arrival of Jacksonville's MavorHav- 2 BATH HOMES
Hotel Roosevelt after spending a eight Navy helicopters rushed to w
Shore Patrol the scene which rescued 14 persons -
busy night on. duty
keeping tabs on extended Gator from atop the burning build- COMPLETELY FURNISHED

Bowl celebrations ing.The
Castle was awakened, he said, two sailors continued their DOCK AND WATERFRONT
by the sounds of what at first rescue efforts, knocking on doors
reflected either a very late or very pulling people from windows,lead- PRIVILEGESNO
early party. ThenwomenscreamIng Ing them to other rescuers
and the sound ora si ren brought and literally carrying othersto DOWN PAYMENT
less filled with smoke.In .
him upright and he swung open his rooms
f hotel room door. one room Castle gave mouth- a MIN. FROM NAS
'
"Smoke, as thick as I've ever to-mouth resuscitation to a young
seen it, was billowing through the man for nearly 45 minutes. Hedidn't $12,500 TO $15,500
passageway," said the Saratoga make it. For others too
$72 PER MO. UP
sailor. "I quickly closed it and weak to walk the sailors helped .X
SEE
awoke Ross." carry to resuscitators.
As the two men look back now, ,After nearly two hours, it was BILL DONNELL
they appeared calm the first few over. The smoke had cleared. The
minutes, taking time to get part- victims accounted for.Twentyonewere 1612 ROBINETTE 00.
ially dressed before deciding to dead one more was to die ..... Cottf; AC2 PHONE 264-6491 WE TRADE
make their way outside. two days later.
From that moment on, exactly What possessed Ross and Castleto
what their logical movements risk their lives? No one knows.
were, they don't know. They reported Not even themselves. But because
of getting to the main lobby, they faced death in a time of need,
however, by way of an elevator the citizens of Jacksonville and
before the electrical current was the members of the city's fire department -
cut off. This was followed by helpIng had nothing but warm
I firemen run hoses into praise for the heroic actions displayed -
( the burning area of the hotel ball by the two men of the Navy.
room.
"It was at this point, 1 believe -
," recalled Ross, "that. I 't
decided to get back upstairs.'* h"Y t
From somewhere. the two men tiThere's
found flashlights and headed up
the enclosed fire escapes and began
ushering victims back down them.
They made these trips Innumerous a
times, interlocking peoples arms
in human-chain fashion. More Than Good Looks

"We tried to exercise our Navy
training in getting people to go
down one stairway while firemen
with equipment were coming up -g
the other," said Castle. "For the : FLOWERS BAKING CO., INC.
most part we were successful".
Time became lost to the two JACKSONVILLE I FLA.
sailors as did the number of the
floors they were on. Castle re- Earl Rots AC2



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