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: January 16, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
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VOL. 21 NO. 43

RADM GoldthwaiteClaims

a',1 Navy' Gray Eagle Title

'v"9L M1v % Rear Adm. Robert Goldthwaite, Commander of Fleet Air Jacksonville, is now the earliest designated
aviator still on active duty with the Navy. And as proof to his claim, he is now sole possessor of the"Gray
Eagle Trophy."
Adm. Goldthwaite received the
silver trophy from Vice Adm. Sec. McNamara Proposes :
Wallace M. Beakley ceremonies
at the Pensacola Naval Air I

Station. Adm. Beakley, 12th 2.5 % BoostAustin
1A naval aviator to enter the "Ven- Military Pay

erable Order of the Gray Eagle",
relinquished claim to the trophy

upon his retirement. Tex. (AFPS) -- A military pay increase of approximatelytwo
More than 200 high ranking Navy and one-half percent is included in the Defense Department's.
rrd and Marine Corps officers and Fiscal Year 1965 budget. dt, .?, -
a U'i quests witnessed the exchange of A proposed pay increase has been recommended by Secretary ,of ,* .
the trophy. At 60 years of age, Defense Robert S. McNamara, "to balance the military pay with the' I
Adm. Goldthwaite has been anaval pay of other personnel in our society." !
aviator for 37 years having rned The Secretary also said that the J
his wings at Pensacola in 1927, expenditures for the Defense Department and our productivity In every way
and has been a pioneer in naval in FY65 will be $1 billion possible."
i aviation. less than the expendituresin
The Gray Eagle Award started 1964 This savings in expen- Annual Car
three years ago at the Washington ditures will accrue despite the .
celebration of the golden anniversary recommended pay Increase for '
of naval aviation. To qualify FY65. RegistrationDue
for the award, a naval officer must "This $1 billion savings can be
be on active duty and hold me earl made without tn( anyway reduc-
GRAY EAGLE ARRIVING RAdm. Robert Goldthwaite, ComFoir- iest designation as a naval aviator. ing the defense of this nation." On NAS
Jax wearing a wig as a symbol of his anchienf status, is greeted on Barring unforeseen develop- Mr. McNamara explained. "Asa
arrival at Pensacola NAS by VAdm. Fitzhugh Lee (right), Chief of ments, Adm. Goldthwaite will matter of fact, I believe the The time has come for the annual
Naval Air Training. At left is Adm. Goldthwaife's Flag Lieutenantand officially be the Navy's, "oldest" budget that will be submitted to re-registration of private vehicles
Aide, Lt. E.V. Teter. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) aviator until at least September, the Congress will yield defenses that are being operated aboard the
1965. At this time he will reach superior to those at any other air station here.It .
the mandatory age of retirement time in our history in peacetime." has been stated that each individual -
LCd, McGlothlin Assumes and will hand over the award to Secretary McNamara said the who has their car reg-
istered here at NAS is required to
the next in line. $1 billion savings will accrue
Rear Adm. Goldthwaite becamethe despite the fact that between submit a change in the car's state
AMaintenance ReinsThe senior officer in JacksonvilleIn FY61 and FY65 expenditures for registration whenever such a

July, 1963, when he stepped retired pay and Increases in the change does occur.
arrival of the new year LCdr McGlothlin togetherwith down from the rank of vice admiral salary for both civilian and mili- The owners of cars that are reg-
brought with it a new Aircraft his wife, the former Eliz- in order to take the assign- tary personnel will add about $2.5 istered with civil authorities out-
Maintenance Officer for NAS Jax. abeth Ann Alexander and two of ment here. billion per year to the budget.Mr. side of Duval county have to com-
He is Lieutenant Commander their three children, Darden, 18, Admiral and Mrs. Goldthwaitehave McNamara said the sav- plete an Annual Registration form
J.H. McGlothlin, a native of Nash- and Robert, 14, are residing in maintained a home at Atlan- ings will be "the result of follow and submit It to the Pass and
ville, Tennessee. -Jacksonville. They have a tic Beach since World War II and ing the instructions of the Presi- Identification Office through command
LCdr McGlothlin relieved Cdr. daughter, Elizabeth Ann 21, pre- expect to make Jacksonville their dent to economize in every way channels. Owners of cars ; 'e
E.H. Daughtery during informal sently living in Jackson Miss. home after retirement. possible to increase our efficiencyLBJ's registered in Duval county do not
ceremonies held in the office of have to fill out one of these forms.
NAS Commanding Officer, J.R. The Annual Registration forms
Compton. Cdr. Daughtery has been I State-of-the-Union Speech Stresses Peace are available at the Pass and Identification ,\
ordered to duty with the Com- office, Bldg. 9. They
mandant, Third Naval District. I Washington (AFPS:') President superiority obtained through lition of arms. I may be obtained by individuals or
The new Aircraft Maintenance Johnson underscored the ultimate steadily Increasing inequality and Make increase use of our foodas units that are designated to coordinate .
Officer's career spans some United States goal "a world quantity of our strategic, conven- an Instrument of peace. the registration programin
twenty-eight years, part of which without war" In his State-of- tional and anti-guerrilla forces. Assure our pre-eminence in the the various commands.
was spent as an enlisted man the-Union message to a joint ses- Make new proposals at Genevafor peaceful exploration of outer
serving as a Chief Aviation sion of Congress. the control and eventual aboPrftiJrnt space. Dates Set ForiRiitwiiizatioR
Machinist Mate.Deadline. "Our ultimate goal" the President Expand world trade.
said, "is a world without Continue our progress toward
verslty 'In which all men, goodsand balancing internatibrral accounts.
Nears ideas can freely move across Become better neighbors with I
border and boundary." the free states of the Americas,
For Korean GI Bill every The President's budget requestfor with a stronger Alliance for.Prog- cine Type will III be Sabin given Oral to all Polio military vac-
FY65 was for expenditures totaling ress.
Washington (AFPS) Qualified $97.9 billion with a new Strengthen the ability of free personnel, their dependents and
veterans of the Korean Conflict civil service personnel from
nations to develop their independence
have one year left to take ad- obligation authority of $103.8 bil their standards of 8:00 .a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Sat-
and raise
vantage of the educational pro- lion. 18 and
urday, January
under the Korean GI Bill. outlineda living.
gram President Johnson alSO
the Mass
The deadline for the programis which the Maintain our Atlantic and Pacific January 19 In
Jan 31, 1965. 10-polnt program by alliances and support the ization center, Ward A-2, South
orphans have no United Starts can pursue peace Naval Jack-
Eligible war lobby U.S. Hospital
of the United Na-
and domestic and interna- peaceful goals
deadline except their own age. meet sonville.
They may begin school at any tional challenges In 1964. He said tions. II will be in the same
Type given
time as long as they are between the United States must: Develop with our allies new -- -.
18 and 23-years-of-age. In certain Maintain and reduced Defense means of bridging the gap between manner on Saturday February 29
it is to be- our and March 1 place
circumstances possible .,T np. East and West. Sunday same
gin before 18 and continue after budget will maintain same hours.
23. that margin of military safety and Lyndon D. Johnson tff'w"'':.

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p.m. IO VOL. 21 NO. 43 1964Chaplains
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U. S. Naval Hospital
By E. W. Bryant, ChaplainAt
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St.
Edward's Chapel the beginning of a New Year It Is a good time for us to give

DAILY MASS serious thought to our relationship with God. So let us consider this

11:30 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelMOND4Y today. Since one's relationship with Almighty God Is an Intensely

& TUESDAY iN YOU1 SKYa personal thing we must give personal thought and take personal actionIf
anything Is to be accomplished.One .
4:15 p.m. King Hall, NATTU 1.4 thing I would like to Impress upon you Is that God has been and

FRIDAY Editorial is faithfully keeping all His promises to us and covenants with us.
12:05 pm. U. S. Naval Hospital The big question Is: are we recognizing this and so surrendering our-

SATURDAY selves to Him that He might use us?

'. ., 9:00:CONFESSIONS-SA a.m. St.Edward's TURDA Chapel Y Foundation for Your 1. God Is with you. "I am with thee, and will keep thee In all places

wither thou goest." "My Presence shall go with thee". "Lo, I am with
7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before thee always, even unto the end."

Masses The 2. God Is for us. "If God be for us, who can be against us?"
Catechism Classes: Grade School Dreams: Library"Build 3. God Is around us. "The angle of the Lord encampeth round about

SATURDAY them that fear Him."

10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities your castle In the sky," essayist Henry David Thoreau 4. God Is before us. "God Is gone forth before thee.Who for
the goal that was set before Him"Follow Mel"
building 722 wrote, "but put a foundation under it.
NURSERYThe In other words dreams of fast promotion or material successare 5. God Is above us or over us. "One God and Father of all, Who

Naval Air Station Nursery fine, but they aren't worth a red cent if you don't do somethingto Is above all"
locked Vn lBuVV4Vng 560 on Child make your dreams come true. 6. God Is beneath us as our support. "The Eternal God is thy refuge,
Street, opens at%:15 a.m. on Sun- Start today. Make your "foundation"\ The library\ on your \installation and underneath are the everlasting arms." "I will uphold thee with

day morning Parents attending or ship. It's a sensible place to begin building any dream. the right hand of My righteousness."
Sunday Masses or Protestant ser- For example, you may be up for promotion In six months against 7. God Is within us. "Christ liveth In me." "That Christ may dwellIn

vices may leave young children in stiff competition. You won't get that pay raise and stripe just wishingfor your hearts by faith." "Know ye not that ye are the temple of God

the nursery without charge. it. Wouldn't a trip to the library to brush up on military history, and that the Spirit of God dwelleth In you?"

current events and professional texts be more productive?

Station Traffic Looking farther ahead, say you want to become an engineer when Are You An If Only DriverOne
your service days are over. You can get a jump on schooling by read-
Ing about engineering now. Wouldn't it be a good idea to read up on of the disturbing things about to closely;
Violations fundamental engineering principles? Or to find out what is demandedof accidents Is that they are not only hadn't tried to eat while driving;

engineers and what area of engineering best suits you? caused by major law violationsby hadn't put off replacing worn

Following is a report of traffic Even if you aren't yet planing a civilian future, your library is reckless and Irresponsible tires;
violations for the period of Jan- still a good place to spend time. It can provide a relaxed evening well- drivers. Unfortunately, there Is no hadn't tried to light cigarette;

uary 5 through January 11. spent In the company of a good book. Through books you can indulge difference In the tragedy that can hadn't Insisted on the right-of-

your tastes for everything from ancient history to science fiction. If result. way:
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis you'd just like to catch up on current events libraries are well stocked Consider, for example the hadn't tried to read a road map
with news periodicals. thousands of accidents that could while moving;
week (Jan. 5 thru Jan 11).5)
Total accidents this Whatever your motivation, a friendly handshake and solid acquaintance have been avoided "cheated" the speed lawsto
January 11. .year 9 with your library offers you a firmer grip on life. (AFPS) IF ONLY the drlverhadn't -- make up time.

Total accidents through January followed the car ahead And so on. There are literally

1963. . . . .14 SecNav Urges Good thousands of "little" actions-or,
: / that seem
more properly reasons
Number of days since last InjuryIn
motor vehicle accident. .30 little to motoriststhatcontributeto
Management, Economical Practicesthe accidents. You can probably

NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis make up your own list. The things
In recent public statements and value for a dollar spent. To President wrote that the Fed- they all have in common, though
week . . .59 in rnjeetfrig with the Heads of De- accomplish this each person eral Government has are that their results are just as
Speeding . . . 16 par tmei"s and Agencies, the Presidegytiids should do his utmost to improve proud of Its recent reason achieve-to be unfortunate and that they could have
Reckless Driving . .0 stressed the need for both his own efficiency, and that ments in management improvement. been avoided "if only."
Going through stop sign .3 greater thrift and frugality In the of the unit in which he serves. All But
Other violations . 40 government. Accordingly, the Secretary are expected to re-examine their accomplishments.cannot There rest on are past as 4P fA l ObC Or Ik*
Thirty-eight drivers appeared of Defense and
military precedures and operations.We be
many savings to made in the
before the Traffic Hearing Boardat civilian to take vigorous action to must also enlist the supportof future as have ever been made In WORK. .
the meeting held on January improve management and achieve suppliers in effecting maximum the past. Th citizen's faith in
13. Disposition of the cases included economics.
economies in the
performance of free Is influ-
government strongly
the following:ten lost driv- Each member of the Armed defense contracts. enced by the extent of his con-

ing and parking privileges aboard Forces and each civilian employee The Department of Defense cost fidence that public servants are
the station for various periods; is requested to do his utmostto reduction program has already alert and efficient in conservingthe

15 were assigned to complete an Improve performance. Since achieved substantial savings with- nation's resources entrusted to

eight-hour course In remedial increased economy Is so vital an out diminishing our strength or their care. For this reason we
driving instructions; 11 received aspect of national policy. Each fighting effectiveness. Our effort must work hard to reduce the cost

suspended penalties; 12 were given person's contribution to greater must now be directed not only to of government, not only for the
warnings; three were dismissedand and in the work the
economy efficiency meeting target already estab- sake of the savings to be made,
two were referred to com- for which he is responsible Is to lished for the future but to go beyond but also In the Interest of indi-

manding officers for possible be reflected In fitness reports It. We can do this by expanding cating the people's confidence in J
disciplinary action. and peformance ratings. the number of areas In the Institution of Democracy." pfd
I should like to emphasize to which we seek Improvement, the I
I am sure that you all share with A MANS\ RELIEVED AND
Man's oldest fallout problem:; everyone in the Department of the techniques by which we do this me the desire to do our utmostin tfAy WHEN HE MAS PUT H\6\
--- Baldness. Navy that we have a prime oblig- and the vigor and imagination whichwe the President HFAQTINTO MlS WORK AMP
assisting and the DONE: HIS BEST "
ation to support the President demonstrate in this effort.In of Defense in
described A pretzel as has a drinking been aptly man's de-|: and the Secretary of Defense in his letter to heads of departments Secretary this major mission carryingout that has Rarer W PME/2S0N

filter. their efforts to get a dollar's dated November 30, 1963, been assigned to us.

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Two Families 6 Pilots

\' With Two At VA45By I I

Haywood Mitchell JOl

When it comes to having relatives There's a lot of open space out r _
in the Navy not many peoplecan West for a growing boy to get / _
hold a candle to two Navy air-minded, but both Navy men
pilots at the Jacksonville Na'alAir based here -- Lt. Leland C. Cald-

Station. These young fliers, both well, 29, of Austin and Lt. JohnH.

attached to Attack Squadron 45, Fellowes, 30, of Tucson --
each have two brothers also wear- claim that they've been also Navy-

ing the uniforms and wings of Navy minded since they were old enoughto
Pilots. That's a total of six naval dream of the sea.
t', aviators, In case you've lost count. Naval aviation certainly got a -i-
It's mighty doubtful that Western-type bonanza from their

anybody can best this unique re- brothers, too. In Lt. Caldwell'scase

cord. To top it off, they come the "go-Navy" Idea started
from Austin, Texas, and Tucson, with his eldest brother, Lt. Cmdr.
Arizona, which Isn't exactly Navy- Earl Caldwell, now 34 and the
"DEAR SONS" Mrs. Edward F. type country.Lt. flight deck officer aboard the air- "AND SONS DEAR" Also, Mrs.

Bettner ol' Tucson, Ariz., preparesa craft carrier USS Essex, out of Earl L. Caldwell of Austin, Texas

letter to her three Navy pilot, Quonset Pt, R. I.I prepares a letter to her three

sons Cmdr. .Robert EJ Fellowes He entered the Navy with an Navy pilot sons Lt. Cdr. Earl

of' the Johnsville, Pa., Naval Re- ensign's commission after gradu- Caldwell, flight deck officer of the

search Facility, It. Crndr. Freda ation from the University of Texasin carrier Essex, Lt. Cdr. Roland P.

9ES1 rick G.Fellowesof' Fighter Squadron 1951 and two years later began Caldwell, now serving at the

11, based at the Cecil Field, flight training at Pensacola, Fla. Naval Air Station, Rota, Spain,
Fla., Naval Air Station, and Lt. He was followed into the Navy and Lt. Leland, a flight instructornow
another older brother Lt.
John HS; Fellowes, a flight in- by serving with VA-45 here.
Cmdr. Roland P. Caldwell, now
structor with Attack Squadron 45
31 and serving at NAS Rota, Spain,
pf' NAS, Jacksonville, Fla. who also earned his commissionin

Contact me today Leadership Is usually thought of 1953 via the aviation cadet
T P.wd
as resulting from natural endown- L A route at Pensacola.Lt. .

JOE E ments and traits of personality. Leland Caldwell, who is nowa

i";s These may be helpful but they are flight instructor with VA-45
Incidental The real qualities of based here, was graduated from
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: LUTEN leadership are to be found In those the University of Texas In 1955

who are willing to suffer for the before entering flight training at
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sake of objectives great enough to Pensacola.
9811 Blending Blvd demand their wholehearted They have another brother,
STATE FARM -- alleglence. Jerry, who is itching to follow the
I'lMMUrtMMtit.t i ritt.ci.ipi.y tit] --Mark W. Lee, family pattern, according to their
fa.ss Otani. VMaii.tHs UtiMis J. H. Fellowes
Wesleyan Methodist parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl L.
Caldwell of 2803 East 22nd St.,

in Austin. Now a senior at Austin
High School, he has his eyes ona
pair of Navy wings of gold but
expects to follow his brothers i
through the University of Texas !

The story of the Fellowes

brothers is not too different from Lt. L. C. Caldwell

the Caldwells', except they all die brother Frederick G. receivedan
three earned their commissionsand
appointment and followed himto
Navy wings by way of the Annapolis, and also to Pensa-
U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, cola.
Md., and Pensacola Instead of
Frederick, now 32 and a lieu-
the of Texas.
tenant commander is attachedto
Like his squadron mate at VA--
VF-11, based at the Naval
45, Lt. John H. Fellowes Is a
Air Station, Cecil Field.
instructor and also
Just a short distance from Cecil
followed in the foot of two
.. steps
{ Field and brother Federick Is the
Q older brothers. They are the
of the Fellowes family
of the late Frederick Fel- youngest
. : ) sons John H., based here at NAS Jax.
jSf" lowes, a Marine Corps veteran
who died in 1954, and Mrs. Edward He entered the Naval AcademyIn

F. Bettner of 1220 Wetmore 1952, gaining entrance throughhis

.Yti. Rd., Tucson. high school scholastic record,
I \ Cmdr. Robert E. Fellowes, now and after graduation followed his
; 35 and stationed at the Johnsville, two older brothers to flight train-

.f- Pa, Naval Research Facility, ing at Pensacola.
started the family's "goNavy"ball
Between the six brothers thereis
rolling In 1945 when he wona
a total of 15 children, nine
t competative appointment to the
boys so far who may follow In
Naval He was
Academy. gradu-
the footsteps of their fathers, and
ated In 1949 and then earned his
Pensacola. six girls who quite probably will
wings join their grandparents in cheer-
Before being graduated from the
ing for the Navy.
Naval Academy, however,his mid-

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Blue Jackets Inn Acey Duecy CPO Club usa Club| Tuesday, January 21 '

Game Night I'"

Thursday, January 16 Thursday, January 16 Thursday, January 16 Thursday, January 16 Wednesday, January 22 '
Phil Cay and Chantels 8:00 hour
Happy Hour 4:00 6:00 p.m.Happy
p.m. Homemade Goodies Disc Jockey show Al Albert)
12:00: a.m. Night
Friday, January 17 Friday, January 17Friday
January 17 Friday, January 17
Red Coats 8:30: p.m.12:30 a.m.Cappies i Combo
Bill Snow and Vikings 9:00: p.m. Best Music In Town Chief: "I read today that over
Saturday January 18
1:00 a.m. Saturday, January 18 Saturday January 18 5,000 camels are used each year
to make paint brushes.."
Saturday, January 18 Phil Cay and Chantels 8:30: p.m. Bud Clark Bring a member prospect Night Seaman: "Gosh, animals
12:30 a.m. what they can teach these
Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings 9:00 Sunday, January 19 Sunday January 19 days."
p.m. 1:00 a.m. Sunday, January 19

Sunday, January 19 Game Night 5:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Friends of USO "I'm sorry, sir" said the telephone fry*;:,
Charlie JayMonday operator, "but that number li.i 'r
March Wilson and Red Coats 8:00 Monday, January 20 has been taken out."
"Oh, is that so?" the man re-
January 20
12:00 Monday January 20 ,
p.m. a.m. ,
plied. "Do mind
Learn a new step night you telling me
Monday, January 20 Happy Hour 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.Pizza Night Just who took her out?" '5' ...

Dining and Dancing Serving, all Jacksonville with

Tuesday, January 21 Tuesday, January 21 Tuesday, January 21 s"i" FULLY EQUIPPED RADIO-DISPATCHED TRUCKS

Happy Hour 5:00 p.m. 7:00: p.m. Game Night 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m.Happy Hour
Wednesday, January 22 Wednesday, January 22 Wednesday, January 22

Game Night 8:00: p.m. Open Country Drifters

FRA Ladies Auxiliary FRA Unit 91The Deadline EAGERTON PLUMBING

Holds Monthly MeetingThe Fleet Reserve Association Feb. 19 Company;: Inc.

Unit 91 Auxiliary will hold a chili
regular monthly meetingof dinner Selling of 1964 Florida license 1093 N. McDuff Ave. EV 8-0761
on Saturday, January 18.
Unit, 126, Ladles Auxiliary of tags by the Navy Wives' Club
It will be served at the Club-
the Fleet Reserve Association house Jax No. 86 Is still being conductedIn
held Thursday evening January 9th 8554 Roosevelt Blvd. begin- 3 the
Bldg. through gym en-
at the Fleet Reserve Hall in Yukon ning at 6:00 p.m. trance.
Auxiliary officials said the din- I
The wives will be holding this
Activities Chairman.Mrs. Louie ner Is are open also to invited.the public and children project through February 19. A .y<*.

Lindsey reported on the successof service fee of 50 cents per licenseIs "

the New Year's Eve Ball held being charged which will go CO. t;; : ,
jointly with Branch 126. On up toward the club's annual welfare

coming activities she announceda project. Last year the funds 5326 WESTCONNETT BLVD. AT 103RD. ST. SP 1.Q750
pot luck supper would be heldat 91 Holds gained through the sale of license

the meeting hall on the eveningof Weekly DanceFleet tags totaled $151 and bought an EASY CREDIT

Febm&ry 15th. Unit membersare Reserve Association automatic Ice machine which was
invited to bring their I husbandsand FREIGHT SALVAGE REPOSSESSIONS
donated to the Naval Hospital'spediatric
Branch 91 will start a weekly Fri-
a covered dish. Plans were ward. This year's pro-
local band.
dance with
formulated for the Unit's 9th day night ject subject has not yet been decided MATTRESS & BOX SPRING SET 9.9S
Dance will start at 8:00 p.m.
Annual Birthday Ball to be held Friday, at the Clubhouse. upon. BED ROOM SUITE $79.00 e DINETTE
February 29, 1964 at the River-

side Lion's Club. Ticket reser- Navy Wives Club No. 86 Install New Officers SETS $29.00 e LIVING ROOM SUITE -
vations may be made by calling
Mrs. Warren Zetlmanat Q71-1507. $69.00 END TABLES COFFEE TABLES
New officers were elected last Five new members were wel- -
Mrs. Richard Hora Secretary, Wednesday for the Navy Wives comed to the Club at the same
reported on the financially reward Club No. 86. They will be installedat meeting. They were: Mrs. William $5.00MODERN' LAMPS-$5.00 ELECTRICAND
ing outcome of the Unit's most slatted for the
ceremonies Bond; Mrs. James Dotson; Mrs.
recent fund raiser-perfume sales. GAS STOVES $35.00 TV SETS -
Robert Meyer Hotel on the eveningof Carl Freel; Mrs. Orenstein and
Youth Activities Chairman,Mrs.
January 25. Mrs. James Temple. .
Floyd Brown and Mrs. James Ransom Women to be installed Include: After the meeting refreshmentswere

WelfareCharimanexpressed President Mrs. Wilbert Wagner; served by Mrs. James SIOO.OOoDINING I I ROOM SUITE S89.00
the delight of the children in Girl Vice President, Mrs. Thomas J. Franklyn, Mrs. RussellGrelle, and
Scout Troop 527 at the occasionof Bennett; Chaplain Mrs. Kendall Mrs. Joseph Hagen. COME IN AND BROWSE OPEN 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.QVANDERBILT .
the Christmas Party held for Mrs.
Kerns; Treasurer, Harvey
them by the Unit. Assistancewas Brennan; Recording Secretary, The Navy Wives Nursery is now
given by Cecil Field Girl Mrs. John Lee; Corresponding taking registrations for kinder-

Scout Troop, 32 (also under the Secretary, Mrs. Larry garten classes. Arrangements can TIRES
sponsorship of Unit 126)),Cub Scout Burgess; and Parliamentarian be made by calling the nursery

Pack 216 and the ladies of St. Mrs. Conly Ownby.go manager, Mrs. Middleton, Ext.368.

Peter's The assembly Episcopal voted Church.to createa towards the completion of the Pat: "Mike, do you think you'llever :j:: AUTO CENTERS TO SERVE YOU ,.

fund to be used to decorate the new home. Their motto being: get all the dirt back In?"
home now under construction Mike "I not. I haven't
permanant "Open the door In 64". : guess
for Branch and Unit The next monthly meeting of Unit dug the hole deep enough." : ; NO MONEY DOWN
126.A 126 will be held February 13that
steak dinner will be servedat which time In observance of A street cleaner was fired for
the Fleet Reserve Hall on the their anniversary month Charter daydreaming-"he couldn't keephis AS LOW AS $117| PER WEEK '

evening of January 18th. The members will be honored. mind In the gutter. 1
menu will consist of a 12oz. steak,

baked potatoes salad hot bread 1st QUALITY NYLON 24 MONTH UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE i
and coffee for a donation of $1.00 THE BANK OFORANGE SIZE 1 for 2 fir liar
per person. This supper is being i 1 .for 9 183 &40115 111 1161 3532
110115 111 1161 3532
and served the PARK
prepared by mem- i 11.13 2268 4112
bers of Branch 126's Building a 2 for 866760x15| 1111$ 2866 5132
Committee and all proceeds 'will ;, 12.33 2166& 4532
? iiiiECOill 1413 21.66 5532
4 for 3532 1613 3266 $13321BI1
Branch 126 COMPLETE '-, ,-....- ,.._..__.-vSS" "..... 2068 IS.32
I 1540.15-670..5-600.11. tsoitJ 1111 2268& 4112
-A .
Fleet Reserve Association COURTEOUS JS! fni* a- -j mstbi All T//,.. Plus Tax i Exchongt-No $3.00 Add-On if Old Tirt Net CoppobU
hold Its : NM'MIKM
Yukon Branch 126 will .
regular business meeting, tonightat BANKING n- -nof-'- '. FRONT 1 fflDSPECIAL I / ROTATION

8:00: p.m., in the Fleet Reserve SERVICE <**fifcl3iWS! ) r1z 1 FREE MOUNTING

Hall 4530 120th Street, Yukon. < .: ti : TUBE.REPAIR' '
'will' Include the _
Business -.f' ..:&:'
election of members for,the Corp- '
oration Board and two newly HIGHWAY : MAIN STRUT JS04 CEDAR Il',,,cIft'HILLS Slyd.' 1244 SOUTHSIDI rtiilipi HiwiyU92C8I
IT*tt MAINJ14.J05I created offices of Treasurer and Sh.pplll,C.llltrl) .. #\ *
i i t. LP ''66. ...A -.sh..wPLM.. e.$
'i., t' .. # ..eI.IA" .
second Vice president.' ORANGE PARKj' [rr"GROSSa CM"Mon.W.rf.Frt.TH .
Member 9 t M.RNIICRIII OH*W.d..t4" i19 RM.Ma
of ,
Career enlisted men Navy bvmvn F.D.I.C. [ Mg,. CARROLL CRIBI,Mr.
and Marines are Invited to attend.



January 16, 1964

t $\ .
YSM one minutes after midnight Mrs. ,..".. >>
Barbara Thomas, whose husband ",<. n

is Joseph A.Thomas,AT2,attached i't" ,< Board SaratogaThe
to VP-30, gave birth to a seven
pound fourteen and one quarter Black Panthers of VA-35,
ounce baby girl. Maria Michelle ,. flying the A1H "Skyraiders",
Sell VolkswagensWe Thomas was the first baby born will depart NAS Jax next Mondayfor
for the New three-week "winter-over" in
at the Naval Hospital
Service VolkswagensWe .w'L' the warm climate of the Caribbean
Gard. '
Year. (Navy Photo by Ron
{:!; while deployed on a training cruise
Buy Volkswagens :., '''' ,, aboard the carrier USS Saratoga.The .
a r : squadron, operating as
GREEN COVE SPRINGS. Shuttle Bus On of Carrier Air Wing Three, will

284-9209 be led by Its commanding officer,
New ScheduleA Commander J.R. Constantine
Su Smitty..CPO Ret.
During the attack air unit's period
new feature for the convience .
away from home, its pilots will
: of the NAS Sailor is an additionto
\{etc' kk \ practice carrier landings and
the shuttle bus schedule. .
weapons delivery.It
Auto liabilityINSURANCE Provided to help the men and 4 Is also expected that the per-
women with quick transportation sonnel will be afforded some
from the Chow Hall to the various liberty In Roosevelt Roads, P.R.,

I Industrial and Hangar areas on :........ before returning to Jacksonvilleand
the schedule is
: Monday'thru
Hanger 115 sometime In mid-
Friday 6 a.m. to 8 a.m.; tIi
We Insure AnyoneMcDOUGALL'S : February
11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and 4:30 p.m.to .

INSURANCE 5:30 p.m.. ". tF Civil War OfferedBy
AGENCY During these periods, and approximately 'I Maps
minutes, ? ,
every twenty :
HAS JAX Phone EV 8.7676 <
Near Main Gate -
the bus will follow the followingroute f" +' 'tl.AFP5 U.S. Printing Office

6463 Roosevelt Blvd MONTHLY PAY PLAN : Mess Hall (Bldg. 4)), along .' << fittS
Wasp Street, turns right on. Washington (AFPS) -Membersof
Albemarle Avenue to the PAL JOEY-Joey lleatherton does the Armed Forces who are
Boat House, to Operations'(Bldg. not have an overly feminine first Civil War buffs or serious stu
dents of military history can now
m i M !
m M BB B
However, Joey will ""tlprbe
118), west along Essex Avenue name obtain reproductions of many original
catching Hangars 117 thru 113, mlitakenor anything but a field surveys and manu
ROOSEVELT MALL east on Albermarle Avenue behind female.XHOPE. script maps made by the Coast

Bldg. 110, south on Ranger Street Survey from 1861 to 1865.
SCUTTLEBUTT At the outbreak of the Civil
I back to the Mess Hall. War, the Coast Survey, later to
CARWASH become the U.S. Coast and Geodetic -
Windjammers 1, 7 1i Survey, was the only technical
agency outside of the Armed
Call Meeting Forces with an organized and effective -
HOURS MONDAY thru SATURDAY am.6 p.m. field mapping force and
The Windjammer Players will II 's map-making plant
I hold their next on Wed., The Coast Survey became virtually -
OPEN SUNDAYS 9:00: 1:30: a technical arm of the Un
P.M. I Jan. 22, at 8:30 p.m., In Bldg. ion forces.
804. A group of these maps, flIed
| Located Ift The Roosevelt Mdl Shopping Center on Roosevelt Blvd. 1 Military personnel, dependentsand away for a century and seldomseen
civil service employees are by the public, have been reproduced -
WEDNESDAY Invited to attend the meeting which in black and white and
Every are now on sale by the Government
will Include a workshop sessionon Printing Office for $5 per
the technique\ of stage makeup. boy set of. 20 maps and sketches.
Is DOLLAR DAY Plans are In the making for the Send check or money order to
I NEVER GETORDERSTO ( Superintendant of Documents,
of the
next production players "
ONE OF THOSE... Government Printing Office, Wash
sometime In March.
ington D.C. 20402.

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16, 1964

HAS Supports Air Force Program

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To Further The U.S. In Space RaceBy Ii i I


J.C. Davis, JOSH I

Hundreds, dally here at NAS Jax drive passed a small white box situated on a vacant lot adjoining Allegheny -

Road ,not knowing of its impressiveness in the scientific circles of. today.
-- ---- -
In this white box there is an "
estimated $250,000 of electronic capsule, In relation to the areas ed. The flashed resumed In Augustand
; equipment. On top, sets an instrument
capsule will pass over during the current tests began.So .
that helps determinewhenthefirst
I its early orbits around the earth, It Is, that a small, unimpressive -
manned will the
capsules to
go are known.
white box here at MAS
I moon. A camera. Anna was launched October 31, Jacksonville is much
I This camera costs in the neigh- 1962, and theAlr Force ran several of the United States'very push further a part OFFICERS' INSTALLED during the recent American Federation of

borhood of $16,000 and has a 1,000 tests with it until July of last Into the world of space. Govt. Employees annual banquet include (L to R) Franklin Hukhin-

mili-meter range. The question is year when the light system fall- son ((3rd VPres); Harry Osterman ((2nd VPres); Miss Dorothy C. i

asked, "What's it used for?" It's "Sorry sir," said the bank tell- Bolvin (ExBrd); Hon. L.J. Andolsek, guest speaker; Arthur B. Craw

used for one thing-taking picturesof er as the man handed him a check. ford (Pres) and Irvin E. McMillan. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner,

a satellite some 700 miles in ANNIVERSARY STATEMENT "Your wife beat you to the draw." )

f j space. 1961 mark, the eighlyfirst PH2)r.
! is operated -
The camera by a year of the merit system In Federal
' crew of three men, A/1C Jerome employment under the Civil ..... W "
'i A/1C Hershal D. Kruse Service Ad of January 16, 1883 ..0. 1- .. 11IIo.-
t ,
Magee ... :: '-.
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and decade .. 0. __ ..
and A/2C Gerald D. Coins These a of progress toward W 0 m o .., ..II.... IICaA.
I- x0 .. '" .. .
greater efficiency and c.. ..... .
economy .. c >- ..
attached to the 1381st ...
are U''I
men .
: 0
: .
in Federal operations through,:: 0 "m ;:. : ..E > N.N :: ___ ca
Geodetic Survey Squadron at Or- the Government Kmplocci In W II. H 7 ::I c,e/ -... ____ w w
lando Air Force Base, Fla., part c'enlhf'wurll'4 Act of INovcmber I- oaMao;: ".5 ID... ;.. c-1. Z caE...

of the Air Force's Air Photo- 30, 1951. a.. u .. : : LLI LLI Oa an D: '"
It I ill CI:
the :)
graphic and Charting Service. of fitting on anniversary I X .; .; :: o :! I- 0

There are only 11 camera unitsof to the make former thin tenth thus "year e determine of e>!nt- s 00 0 u X nN p Q.!''f -N Z W
in the United "' '' 1:1: ... ..
this type operating plo>'ee participation in the Covernmentwide ; u0
States at this time. incentive awards U
This arrived at NASJack- program the moot successfuland
group beneficial of its first deeade.We 0- <(
sonville Nov. 15 and will depart
are proud of the record 1 t -
January 23. They stay at one of the gust| nine years, during .
location anywhere from three which more than a million imaginative t 0z

months to six months, then they and energetic' employ

report back to Orlando where theyare cos have produced measurable 4. N ... -
benefit of over a billion dollar l 'to _
assigned to another area. ... I !;.:
to the Government through thiiprogram. "0 ". o Way
The camera operated by atime- a t
precisioned clock, photographs Ue urge every manager, supervisor ht.i4
eight-million candlepower beacons and employee in every 0
and installation to make :.i.
from) the satellite "Anna" 700 agency this tenth year a memorable t!z. : .. : a.-art -
miles above the earth.The letters milestone in demonstrating how ; :Ut1. '"

in the name "Anna" stand for Air the ingenuity and added on-job ,
The effort of member of the career Z 1 1 o- L 1
Force, Navy NASA and Army.
service contribute lo improved) :
flashes derive power from four operations and safety, increased aM w t. 00
8,000,000 candlepower xenon gas efficiency and productivity, and t ::>>
lights that are blinked in pairsat better manpower utilization and o I-
coM reduction. With an extra ..:.:. 't.. _
designated times. effort, you ran make this tenth >- ."..a : .. Z
By the flashes .A:1
photographing '
anniversary a crowning : t
against a known star background, in a decade of progressof ) .:=.. a.A..
and comparing measurements employee participation in il ::J
derived from the pictures with improving the public service of ..... AQ 1It..c !.a .. ....
geodetic measurements presently the Nation. to- too.--X J. _:&IIC..

known) scientists hope to prove John W. Mary, Jr., Chairman; ...- .W
the satellite I.. J. Andolsek, Commissioner ......
of the
feasibility Robert F:. Hampton, 9
method in making precise 1--
very Commi .P' I a
long-range measurements. U. S. f-iril Service GommesseonWE __ &I)

Long distance measuring is the FZ u '

forefront In the United States space l ji c(
efforts. The Impact of a manned .2 ,. :..-:

capsule on the moon cannot be ARESELLING t :w.q:: 1-1Z ==

predicted for certain until the exact o

location of the launch site of the THEM .I.--- ,1.ti:1! >-
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1 :.a.c...too:'..:...-.:. ...

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AND SEE WHYI!| a', N 'tI It -

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This "o .c..i. ..
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The 13''/) Ft. Norris Camper >-
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Valued At 51 ,320 11
gation. All \Welcome.\ The z: :; )o: !: 0
1 cz: !
P.M. !
Dramng mil: be 6:30: :E U Zwiy. eot .... .. tA.

GETTING THE CAMERA ready is Fri, ]Jail. 17. .=..... Jy, ...;r... .. E. V.

A/2C/ Hershal D. Kruse, of the BUTTSMOBILE 'e .wzsQ ..;;... : : W

1381st Geodetic Survey Squad. Z +

ron, as the time draws near to HOMES w

get the needed photographs of INC. :I:

tracking satellite "Anna", orbiting ROOSEVELT BL. YD. IJanuary -
700 miles above the earth. (Navy 6017

Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2))


Page 8 JAX AIR) NEWS --- January 16, 1964

French, Spanish Millions SpentOn

Teachers second year high school French I
and Spanish teachers. Navy

NeededDr. Any person, including depen- Stations
dents. Interested in obtaining a
Heinrich, head master of regular teaching position, is requested Congressman Charles E.
the St. Johns Country Day Schoolis to contact him throughthe Dennett stated ina recent summaryof Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde Drive,
seeking qualified first and school.ITIBLACK 1963 events "that a survey Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication .
showed that over 5,700 civilians the following Thursday. Ads arriving too late for this dead.
and 25,000 military Navy personnelwere line will be published the following week unless the publisher

on the payroll in Duval County '';;.,.Is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost
ANGUS million in 1963 with a payroll of $200 :. .'of the ad must be received WITH the copy for the ad.
annually. DO NOT SEND CASH.
The Navy plans to spend $1 million -
RATE lines . .
for construction immediatelyat : Minimum charge ((3 ) $1.00
: : Meat Company NAS Jacksonville and NAS Cecil Per additional line ((4 words per line). .35

"A steakor Field, while over the next five
a steer" A Real Old-Fashioned/ Meat Afarkct years$9 million may be spent at RETIRING? Own your own business Furn apt 4 rms, utilities Incl.
Mayport Naval Station." 3,250 sq. fr, brick market. Children welcome. Call 7259390.
402t Blanding Blvd. CEDAR HILLS 771-7362
Excellent location, established
Count Your Change trade, small investment. FOR SALE Cedar Hills 4848
ALSO, New cottage located on Lake Oakside Dr., 3 B, 1 1/2 B, hdw.
Before It's Minted Hall. Completely furnished,pricedto firs, $100 dn, $78,50 mo.

Washington (AFPS) The sell. Call Mr. Bowen Charter EV 4-1887.
Box Steaks Beef Sides United States mint turned out 3.5 Realtors, 354-6761 or 387-2851

billion coins last year accordingto evenings.FOR SINGER FOR $15 Sewing
a recent industrial bulletin machine, sews perfect, all attach-
Beef QuartersU.S. published by Arthur D. Little Co. SALE Oak Hill 5913 ments. Call 3531946. A-1 Sew-
The average American over 14 Norde Dr. E. CB, 3B, 1 1/2 B. ing Machine ..xchange, Inc.
years old, says the bulletin, must hdw firs, sc pch, sm down pay.
have about eight dollars of changeof Call SP 1-2277 after 5:00 p.m. NORTON'S MOBILE HOME PARK
CHOICE all all the time. The demand
Large lots, 8' X 40' patios, laundry
is now so great that new Stove wash machine & ref. for
methods of manufacture soon
CHUCK STEAK 59* lb. must be introduced. $100 or $40 each. Hart's Used 3 Miles EAST OF Cecil Field
Appliances 4781 Lenox Av.
Pennies are most in demand 3641 Chaffee Rd. 781.1800FOR
and making them is a rather 3886221.
I profitable business. From one SALE 1955 SUPER 88
v Come See Us For The Best Beef In Town pound of copper worth 30 cents, FOR SALE Ortega Hills attractive OLDSMOBILE, EXTRA CLEAN,
146 one cent coins can be pro house :3 BR, 2 B, built-
duced at a manufacturing cost of in kitchen, fenced yd, porch, Power steering & Brakes, Radio&
about 11 cents. Some other com- air cond. and heat Heater, AT, Back Up Lights, Good
mon coins, however, must be pro garage, cent Tires, Sound Mechanical Condition -

Up in the air witha duced SAN at MARCO a loss. THEATRE EV-86259.-STARTING FRIDAY $ Phone. 387-2014.Original Owner .$350.00_


WEOSATSIW.1s45 3:45 5:50.
money problem? 7:55. 10:00MONTUETHUR I

-- FRI, 1:30.9:35 I-// Ij II j
--g----. ..
-r- V'Lr a wickedly witty -
view of that r .

field of combat

called. .. JIh

....'.:... f I fi1i\ ,

.' --- mou, at ;

/ -? r ] ga

; y/y story of the Queen Bee

// Y UGO TOGNAZZI MARINA VLADY Best FdmFestival.Actress I 1963CannesJANUARY l I. I I"WELCOME

the greeting given to Brigadier
General Hugh M. Elwood, Com
manding General, Marine Air Reserve -
I Training Command, NAS
( Glenview, III., (left) by ColonelL.B.

Get a loan from HFCFor trt,a rnnt V1ITIII Dochterman, CO MARTD,
p (right). General Elwood is the
head of a 16 man inspection team
real down-to-earth help with any money problem, that arrived at NAS fortheannual
see HFC. More than 100,000 servicemen every year WOMEN'S SEAMLESSNYLONS Marine ORI and AMI inspections.
borrow with confidence from our military loan specialists -
(Navy Photo by Harold Ben-
; you can, too. Get a Traveloan for going home
a Shopper's Loan for clothes or a car, a Payment son, AA)
'Reducer or Bill Payer Loan to consolidate debts. Schedule
Just ask us. We know the best way to meet your need! PaydaysWith
the year of 1963 gone anda
new year In the making, the
BORROW UP TO $600 Navy Flnanace Office here at NAS
has figured up the schedule
TAKE UP TO 24 MONTHS TO REPAYASK for all commands served by this

LOANS AT GROUP RATE Micro Mesh and Regular Starting with January 17, Friday,

HOUSEHOLD NAN' Suntone and Tontone provided flight pay flight will certificates be Included are
Sizes 8X2 to 11 3
@ recieved five days before payday.
PR. Other pay days that flight pay will
i A SALE PRICE be included
0, .. are: February 14,
25 Wesf ForsyfH StPhone: ;;355-9683 4 ?- March 13, April 10May 8 and
June 5.
Cedar Hills Shopping CenterBlvd.SPring On January 31,
e April 10, and June
....' .' ..w, 3734.. ..a"di1g, \ : 1-4531 : 5 personnel will be paid for ]13
a"f 1t"J.. r. days. On March
: 13, 15 days pay.
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 3984541Aboce "
February '28; Marcher April 24, *' '
office open Friday erenings until 8 P.M. May 22, and June 19 will cover
14 days pay.


jps.I I
January 16, 1964 JAX AIR NEWS 'Pag. 9i

Union Is all military and civilian
Credit open to "It sclres me to death every
personnel at Naval Shore time I hear one of those musical
Holds establishments In Duval County.All auto horns."
It takes Is $5.00 to open a "Why's that?"
MeetingThe membership which goes into a sav- "The fellow who stole my wife
ings account of the member, alsoa
had his Now
12th Annual meeting of the one on car. every
part of the monthly paymentson hear I'm afraid he's
Jacksonville Navy Credit Union time I one,
a loan into this same
will be held at King Hall, 7:30 goes bringing her back.
savings. .
p.m., tomorrow It is requestedthat *
all members and their guests

Door prizes, ranging from fish- lurtda
ing rods and silverware to a p01aBonl
television will be given away. For
II41Ai1t everyone that comes) before 7:30,
silver dollars will be given awayto

,.t 4 .. five lucky ticket holders.
__ The guest speaker, which is saidto
Q be a very entertaining speaker,
will be Louis T. Bates, Vice Pre-
.rA sident of American Life InsuranceCo. '! \'t. ,* ....'-t.--: : : .: -...:::-. ,:..:..jf.u tjlJ.:;: _. ,
.,Atlanta, Georgia. All Modern Banking Conveniences
During this meeting the mem- BANKING HOURS: FRIDAY
bers of the Credit Union will also MONDAY- THURSDAY .
the numerous door prizes which will be given Bank 9:00 A.M. 2:00 P.M.
away hold an election of officials for Bank 9:00 A.M. 2:00 P.M. 5:00 P.M. 8:00 P.M.
tomorrow at tale Credit Union's 12th Annual meeting is, Norman the new Drive-In Tellers 9:00 A.M. .4:30 P.M. Driven Tellers 9:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M.
Clive, Manager of the Navy Credit Union here at NAS. The meet- year. CLOSED SATURDAY
The Jax Navy Credit Union) has
ing will be held at King Hall, beginning at 7:30: p.m. All membersare
assets of 5900000. Since last
urged to (Be; on hand for this meeting. (Navy Photo by J.C. January, the assets at the Union FLORIDA NATIONAL BANKAT

Davis, JOSNINATTO) Increased over 1000000. The
membership at the standsat
4617 Son Juan Avenu*(2 Blotkt From Roos vf) Member F.D.C.:

) Navy Exchange Hires The Membership 16,500. at the Credit Union

Handicapped For New CenterBy OPEN I

Jerry Davis, JOSN NOON / :

The ribbon was cut Tuesday, It Is planned to establish another TIL
January 7, which opened up a Personal Service Center In the MID NIT E ( !
new Personal Service Center at new Navy Exchange building now BEAV R
the NATTU Navy Exchange. Cap- being constructed.As .
tain C. G. Strum, CommandingOfficer can be seen at a glancethe STARTS FRIDAYJANUARY
of the Naval Air Tech- handicapped workers are rated

nical Training Unit, was presentfor "as good as" the nonhandicapped.Overall 17 j
the occasion.The the study's findings pointto .
NATTU Personal Services the following conclusions: -- t
Center offers such services as engraving ((1)) Handicapped employees havea ADULTS
embossing, rubber stamp- markedly lower turnover rate.
making, key-making, plastic ((2)) Handicapped employees are ONLY
laminating, and verifax copying.The more careful than the nonhandi-
handicapped person selectedand capped, and therefore have fewer :
trained to operate these mach- accidents. ((3)) Handicapped Ywrz
ines is Alton W. Driggers. He employees observe rules and reg-
was selected by the Navy Exchangewith ulations as well as, I if not better
his training being financedby than, the nonhandicapped. ((4)) When
the Florida Division of Voca- properly placed, most physically
tional Rehabilitation Service. handicapped employees are not .
The Personal Services Centeris vocationally handicapped.Local .
one of many operated in the citizens as well as mil-
Navy Exchange system throughoutthe itary can appreciate the Ex-
world. This Personal Service change's part in making available
Center concept employs only) han- such training and employment and
dicapped personnel selected by the job security for handicapped per-
Navy Exchange and trained by the sons In the area. I
Federation of the Handicapped in
of the weak-
New York City. These handi- MODERN AGEOne
nesses of) our age is our apparent ''
capped personnel have been foundto '
be especially good at the tedious Inability to distinguish our &WL u>.' Iy
work of operating small machines needs from our greeds.-Don

in a limited work area. Robinson, Phi Delta Kappan. :? 4

Jockionrlllt Coliseum, IMS E. Adorn St. \.k ; :
Or ct Door Btfor Each Performances

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Filmed at 5 World Famous Nature Colonies

Jo" 21, 24, 25 & 21 a P.M. EACH FRIDAY
$1.50 rows 1.17 EVENING MATINEES: J,,,. 24, 4 PM.; Jo" 2S, 2i0: P.M.; FREEwith .
$1.50$1.50 rows rows JO-3 11-29 10" 26, 1 PM i 5 PM P.M., Jon. 2' each PAID
Children 11114" 12, half "Ie. All Matinee' OIC.t
Jacksonville at Civic Auditoriumand
Tickets also on sale in SEATS RESERVED. _
Hemming Park 1 box offices.


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three way tie in the 1M Ping second) and O&R (placing third)
Pong league was played off recently in the tournament matches. Cop HonorsThe
with VP-7 coming out on top Instrumental in the VP-7 win was
as the winner by virtue of winning the VP-7 skipper. Commander
three out of the four singles P.O. Derr. and Lieutenant W.J.
matches over ComFal rJ ax(placing Zabomiak. Navy Jax Sailing Club com-
peting against skippers from
throughout the local area and fromas
the ONE place to far away as New Jersey, captured -

I two places In the annual Gator
call formoney : Bowl Regetta held recently at the

I Rudder Club. ,
I Miss Valerie Vestal the Gator "
Bowl Queen awarded gold tone
. Revere bowls to Dan Jackson and ,
Ted Hanks for placing second and
the minute you want ft third respectively In the Rhodes
class. Hanks and Bruce
Phjne Beneficial! Get cash double-fast for any good reason Bantam
Knowles a member of the NAS t
furloughs bills name-it! And get
expenses you
club's junior division also received
Beneficial's International Credit Card. too. for Immediate awards for placing In Florida
Cash Loan Service at any affiliated Beneficial office anywhere Yacht Club's recent tri-chib
Beneficial likes to say "Yes!" Call now! series.
Also representing NAS In the
BENEFICIALFINANCE regetta but not gaining enough
points to place, were Al Johnsonin
SYSTEM RB572, Dick Copeland inRD662,
Loans up to $600 on Furniture. Car or Note and George Leland in the Flying SHIRTLESS BUT CERTAINLY NOT SCORELESS is W. Ross of the VP-18

JACKSONVILLE- Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksontffte Dutchman Junior. basketball squad as he dumps in two of the eleven points he scored
o 311 West Day St. Mayflower Hold_. . .EXpn3-4473 The club is looking forward to while his team is busy defeating the VAP-62 team 5145. (Navy
.5059 Normandy Blvd. (Near Normandy Drive-in). .CV4-4595 a Frostbite series to be heldon Photo by Harold Benson, AA)
8130 Lem Turner Rd. (L Forest Shopping Ctr.). .PO 5-2623 NAS waters during the week-
ARLINGTON-Beneficial Finance Co. of Arlington ends of January and February.
Town & Country Shopping Center. .'. .. .. ,RA 4.7910 YP-II Slides By YAP-62
CO. JACKSONVILLE-Beneficial Finance Co. of Florida
,3436-Beach Brw .,.South Gate Plata. ... .EX3-151S- NAS IMsters For 1M Basketball Win

BIG GHIEf ''TIRE :cn.( ES gym Thursday provided evening a very good at the basket-NAS team.VPhAd little trouble rollingover

I To Vie For ball game which pitted the Commissioned Officers
VP-18 against VAP-62. A close Mess. 5727. Scoring for VP-30:
3 Locations To Serve You game all the way saw VP-18 1L Brown-17 D. Ondo and G.
Eastman 10 apiece. B. Eason
Station TitleWANTED outlast the VAP-62 squad, 51-45.
VP-18 the taller team,had to work scored 11. and C. Jones-9 points
5444 NORMANDY-- Across From Atlantic Mills to keep ahead of the smaller and respectively for the Commissioned
: Entrants for the hustling VAP-62 "five". Officers Mess.
Station Golf Three VP-18 entered the Air Force 679th rolled over VA-
2809 MAYPORT RD.- NS Gate Military men
KIM. From
to all double R. 35. 47-36. E. Norington and J.
ship. Open military per- scoring figures: Barg-
sonnel on active duty at NAS. man-11, W. Ross-11. and L. But- Horne scored 17 and 10 points
6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD. } Mile H. HAS Gate the linksters will shoot match play. ler-10. Two VAP-62 men hit the respectively. F. West scored 15
(formerly Pruitt Tire Co.) in flights of 16. and with no ent- double scoring column: W.Oliver- and W. LeSuer Scored 10 points
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE FRITZ rance fees. 14. and J. Fabisiak-14. for the VA-35 squad.
S PARMAN First round play runs fromJan- Other action of the week saw VA-45 trounced the unsuspecting -
On Tires Batteries Shock Broke
front End Engine A Transnission'Wodi (Ret C.P.O.) nary 27 thru February 8, second Communications rollover Marines 70-26. J. Fellowes
round play from February 9-IS, V VAP-62 50-39.Scoring for Comm. poured In 28 counters followed

WE FIN ARC! ANYONE IN THE USN.N01 third round play from February were J. Sheets-15 L. Jones14, close behind by B. Goseywhostuffed -
in for the
16-22, and the finals are scheduledto and W. Wallace-1L Leading winning Black-
bt: played from February 23-29. scorers for VAP-62 wereD.Glen- bird squad. C. Lawson lead the
G >Y PAYMENTS 10. and W. Oliver-12. Marines with 16 points.

IRUNSmCK PREMIUM VU-10 squeezed past FAETU VP-5 literally stomped the
"What do you get when you 33-29. S. Washington tabulated nine Weapons team by 54 points. 69-
100% DuPo t.Hlon Tubeless cross a parrot and a tiger?" counters and K. Lehmann seven 14. For VP-5 four of its team mem-
Nationwide Guarantee In Writing "I 1 don't know. What?" points to lead the winners. G. bers scored in the double figuresas
36 Months Road Hazard Guarantee "I 1 don't know either but you Frey scored nine and S. Felkel S. Clay scored 14. H. Cook14. -
750 I 14 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE better listen when it talks." scored eight points for the loosing R. Harris-10. and J. Ohlman-
800 x 14 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE 11
points. C. Gilbert lead the
850 x 14 3 FOR 87.75 1 FREE
Weapons team with
900 950 x 14 3 FOR 98.55 1 FREE GET AMISSILE seven points.
GOO x 13 3 FOR 66.72 1 FREE NARTU rolled past MARTD 42-
650 x. 13 3 FOR 65.1Q 1 FREE 26. J. Belisario lead NARTU with
670 x 15 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE AGE DEAL! 10 points and F. Callahan lead
710 X 15 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE MARTD with nine points.In .
760 I 15 3 FOR 80.40 1 FREE one of the final games of the
820 x 15 3 FOR 98.55 1 FREE week FICEUR steamed past the

11.I WHEELALIGNMENT NEW CARS ComFalrJax team. 6430. Scoring
for FICEUR were B. Warner-16.
11 Lowest Prices
FREE N. Dismuker-15. and
8 H. I ann with
Highest Trade-in Allowance 13 counters. J. Hackworsh lead
} % WITH PREMIUM 3.99c r 111 .Easy Terms-The Nicesest Treatment in Town CFJ with 18 points.A .


67015 foreign Communist was being
Brunswick ; III M UVayefl( Used Cars at Two_Big Lots honored at a state dinner Russia

Special ANY U;$. 5552 Beach Blvd 2600 Kings Ave. and became perturbed when he extracted -
BUILT CAR liii Full One-Year Guaranteed WarrantyOn a piece of rubber tire in

895. PARTS dIABOR Every Car Sold his soup. A secret police noted
his concern.
raised the tire on his spoon saying:
wsw750x14 IIflIIF TIRE GO. "Imagine, only 35 years In power,
@ GORDON THOMPSON and the automobile is replacing the
TUBELESS 5444 NORMANDY 2809 horse r'
--Great Northern Goat. hm..I .
1w EY 9.0388 016.4825 Jacksonville's Center"

January 16,1964

HAS JAX Indoor ?, ."' l. .,"; ."" ',',<".,...:..,; ....':


N YY.r Swim Meet To Be

Held January 25 :

NAS Jax Indoor Swim Meet will a
take place at the NAS Jax Pool ( \\1 i '
4 ,
Saturday January 25. All dependent .
children are encouraged to b
participate regardless of exper-

The swim meet is being held
for novice and varsity swimmers,
both boys and girls. Swimmersmay
register at the Indoor Poolat
YNCS; H.T. Robinson, SKCS; A. Burfcet, YNCS; H.C. Beverly, 6:45 15.
p.m. January
SKCS; V.B. Hawks, SMCM; and B.L. Williams, YN1; (Navy Photo) Another reminder for all swim- GOLF CHAMPIONS -- These six men carried off Championship

mers and beginners is that honors for, the AE "Blue team in NATTU's Intramural Golf competition -

the JOWC Winter Swim Pro- Shown, front row, (L-R) J.W. Kincheloe, AEC; Capt. C.G.
Sponsors Appreciation TourneyWon gram is currently underway at the Strum, NATTU Commanding Officer, who presented the trophies;

Indoor Pool. This Program Is and J.E. Garland, AEC. Back row, (l-R) E.C. Koopman, Jr., AEC;
for all dependent children ages J.B. Johnson, AEC; A.D. Kenfield, AEC; and C.T. Duliakas, AE1.

By Navy Recruiter KeglersThe seven through seventeen. (Navy Photo by D.W. Warren, JO2)YUKON)

Navy NetmenTo
Navy Recruiters bowlingteam competed for the honors with over DINERJust
from the Main Station on 15 teams made up of mixed double
537 Riverside Dr., met their quota leagues; both mens and womens. Prepare For

down the 10-pin lanes in a recent The competition was held on a outside Main Gate .2nd Door from Yukon Post Office
"Sponsors Appreciation single performance basis with the
Tournament" held at the Bowl- Navy Recruiters turning in the 6ND Dist. PlayAs BEST HAMBURGERS YOU CAN FIND

0-Matic on Blanding Blvd. witha highest score.
winning score of 3021 (a 201 Except for Williams, who joined in the past Volleyball net-
average per man for 15 lines). the group this past season, the Recruiters men will start the hard work required -
Sponsored by the Cedar Hills have been bowling In the to field a traditionally COLD DRAFT AND BOTTLE BEER.
Pizza Pantry, the Recruiters kegler circuits together for the strong team in preparation for the PHONE 3879351IMPOSSIBLE
past three seasons. Sixth Naval District tournamentto
be held in late March.

Racing Lovers LuredTo All positions on the team are
still open and any persons Interested -
In playing, experienced or Inexperienced ??

Sebring Race Event are urged to parti

cipate.A meeting. will be held for those YOU BETTER BELIEVE\ '11!!
By J.C. Davis JOSH
1 desiring to participate, on Friday

"Drivers, man your cars!" which Incidentally Is on Saturday.This January 11, at Bldg. 3 NAS gymat ......
4:30 For further
: p.m. information -
Once again the smell and noiseof makes everything nice and .,
contact Frank Mc-
the race tracks lure the racing easy for the sailor. It would also !
Caffery Director, NAS,
I lovers from all over Florida and be a nice week-end drive roughly Ext. 585.
i all of the Southeastern states to 250 miles. Sebring is located 50 .

the great Sebring Races.Of miles southeast of Tampa In Highlands '
course among the crowd you'll County. 63.64 Season
find the Navy. This year's Se- On hand for the 12 hour Endurance :E- Ii 5

bring race will be held March 21, Race will be the nation- Final .
ally-known world's driver,Stirling DaysDrawing .>w,

Moss. Unfortunately he won't be

at the wheel of his speedster, NearThe
but as a manager of his own
racing team. The Stirling Moss
Auto Racing Team. These men hunting seasons for most
wildlife in this area have closed,
will be driving the new highly
I1 r which Includes deer 4 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS
tuned Lotus racing cars. turkey, bear, ,
Moss won the 1954 Sebring En- J duck, goose, coot, woodchuck and
durance Race, but ran into quite snipe. Hunting of quail, squirrel, (SEPARATE DINING, CURVE DRIVE

a few difficulties In the followingraces j and rabbit will continue until one- $67.00 PER MONTHBELLAIR
I half hour after
which often proved dts- sunset Sunday, February
asterous, between brushes with J 23-
highway lawmen, violations of A special turkey gobbler hunting
racing regulations and mechanical season will be held in portions of

failures, let's fact it, you can't j the Second and Third Districts and
In i Putnam of
win 'em all i County the Fifth

OctlntheMONBYlKf!! The Sebring spectacle will bring j from District one-half March hour 28 before to April sunrise 12, SOUTH BLANDING ON LEFT
to the famous Le Mans line-up,
Check State Farm's the world's fastest machines and until 12 noon each day.

low Insurance rates the top champion drivers, that only

for careful drlrcn can be had at Sebring.The .
rates so low that oat green flag drops, rubber <
burns, pipes and engines roar and
oat of
two may save
rumble at 10 a.m. Be on hand
Important dollars for the grueling 12-hour Endur-
And cheek State dance Race and the presentationof
Farm serrlceiogood the famed Alitalia Thophy to
best combination of drivers -
the Vt
that people la O
and car.
sure more cars with t
The best way to tell whether the Friendly Folks at
us than with anyone
a I man ;is having fun at a partyis
else. Call today! to catch a look at the expres- t t
sion on his wife's face. 0
If a dairy barn is a mootel, is 1234 KING STREET
1948 Blanding Blvd. a drink of milk and gin a moo- +rl u1t'tKSo near Park Street

tint? ,
389-0338 3847541.C.
A soldier returned to the bar-
Member .
STATE FAftM MUTUAL racks from sick call saying to the
1'j: AUTOMOBILE INSUMNCfCOMPANY. ; platoon sergeant: "They filled me
.HOME OFFICE: so full of penicillin-If I sneeze
I'll cure somebody.


January 16, 1964

The reason the Romans gave up
HoldsLuncheon their big holidays was because of
AFMA t < the overhead. The lions ate up all

S 3 s f y" t:1: ,t their prophets. Kenneth Wertz. CAN YOUTake

Albert Is an excellent shipping your car with you?
clerk at Hopkins Press. On his For Financing and Insurance
The value of the telephone In first day on the job, he found him- stateside and overseas, call
today's hurry, scurry world will self alone In the shipping room for
be the topic of a program awhile, when a professor phoned DYER M. BURR representingGOVERNMENT
presented to the Armed Forces wL' with a long and complicated EMPLOYEES

Management Association during a question, Albert listened patiently, FINANCE CORPORATION &
luncheon this noon at the NAS and when at last the professor INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
Officers' Club. .. finished he replied: "Guess Ican't INSURANCE COMPANY
help you, Professor, because whenI
Ticnuquana Road
k said "hello" I told
you every-
Guest speaker will be Miss Ellen thing I know about this place." Ph. 771.0527

Dallas, secretary to Rex King, Publishers 'Weekly.
general public relations managerfor "
Southern Bell Telephone Co. ---------- -- -----
Miss Dallas plans to present a \ Your Winter
hollywood-type production film I
exemplifying the Importance of a I -- &
few do's and don'ts In handlinga
telephone. There will also bea

display setting of the telephonesof t 4 I &4UYf&II I
the future.
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I FREE Nursery Complete Restaurant facilities
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FEATURED BUNNIE GIRLS will be one hilight of the New Orleans ORANGE PARK

Night festivities planned by the JOWC on Saturday as displayedhere
by (L to R) Miss Alicia Ryan, Mrs. C.J. Stoopack (event chairman
) and Miss Mary Sulkowski. The charity program is slatted to 3 BEDROOM
4t begin of 6 p.m., at the NAS "O" Club and promises a gala, magic
', i 1 touch ol the Old French Quarter. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, 2 BATH HOMES
fff PH2))


_3JWK/NGSHVT.- : Ceremonies Held Gemini Astronauts Will AND WATERFRONT PRIVILEGES


WE TcpUnfo CAN CATtR A7v/ YOUR Owner PARTY d M r. For New LCDR. Take Walk in Space NO DOWN PAYMENT

t Ceremonies held recently in the Houston (AFPS) Sometime 8 MIN. FROM NAS
offices of Captain L.P. Pressler, early in 1965 an astronaut prob-
Commander Fleet Air Wing ably will step out of an orbiting
Eleven, resulted In the promotionto spacecraft to see if he can walkin $12,500 TO $15,500
lieutenant commander for PaulL. space.
That is one of the objectives of $72 PER MO. UP
Hryskanich.LCdr. Project Gemini, the followup pro- SEE
Hryskanich is currently gram to one-man Mercury flights.
serving as the Wing's weapons The manned spacecraft center
employment training officer. He here is evaluating industry pro- BILL DONNELL
posals for a lightweight support
has been with the staff since last system to protect the astronautswho
January when he reported for duty climb out of the orbiting
from the Naval Post Graduate Gemini capsules.The .
School at Monterey, Calif. first manned Gemini flightsare PHONE 264-6491 WE TRADE
scheduled in late 1964.
He is married to the former
Miss Barbara G, Nyholm of
WESTSIDESERVING : Duluth, Minn. They live with their
three children Holly Jo, Jill and WE CANNOT AND WILL NOT BE UNDER SOLD

$ John at 4952 Perrine dr., Jack-

sonville. *Chrysler *Plymouth *Valiant *


COMPLETE: Approximately 18 minutes from NAS South on Hiway 17


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Commander, Capt. L.P.Pressler. P
Member of FDIC
(Navy Photo)