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 23, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I Secretary Hitze Comments On LBJ' ThtJftlrogram! ''I

ThejSecreury, of the Navy, the within approved resources. lies in ruthless elimination of Mr. Nitze stated that'd'te I-/.11 ).;;Jiless- of rank or rate-ex-

Honorable Paul H.Nine,has com- costs which do not enhance combat program cannot be done properly of funds and material.

The Secretary said that the CNO readiness.The without the funds In question.Theyare
mented on the President's Thrift((
Program saying that in the face and himself are determined that ; training, manning levels,base This is an All Hands job which
the Navy shall follow the Presi- President's new program is facilities, deployments and tempoof demands the attention and the per
of increasing costs the Navy must dent's example in implementing designated "Thrift" and is to operations, organization and sonal efforts of all echelons of
improve its ability to meet current economies. Mr. Nltze: said that be Implemented immediately and administration and the last is a command and of each officer and

commitments with least cost and the answer to the Navy's problem continuously by every individual.. question of every individual man in the Navy.

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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and n6t to be considered an of Metal expression of any
military: department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not.constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or service advertised.

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w TELEPHONE EQUP Busy Week Puts VP-18 In Limelight


Overshadowed By P2V Crash Landing

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The twilight at NAS Jax last

Thursday was briefly lighted by a
Boasfs1000n J spray of sparks as a wheels-up Host
emergency landing was made by a
Patrol Squadron 18 P2V Neptune
y bomber. All seven men aboard the
AugmentationApplications Minneapolis
aircraft walked away from the

th,1 scene unhurt, although somewhat

shaken. Reservists '

; ; Piloting the crippled plane was.
In the past two calendar years Lieutenant (jg) James R. Johnson One of the last duties for Com-
ar 1962 and 1963, Patrol Squadron who circled the air station for mander V.F. Anderson, as Com-

V Eighteen has compiled an enviable nearly three hours using up the manding OficeroPrroISquadron

., l record for her sister squadrons to excessive fuel to prevent chancesof Eighteen, was greeting Reserve
I top if they can a perfect fire or explosion upon landing.In Patrol Squadron 814' of Minneapolis -

record in getting reserve officers Minnesota, at NAS January
attached to the command to request
PHONES OF THE FUTURE are shown to L. B. St. Petery, O&R the the meantime, crash and fire 13.VP814 Commanded, by Com-
into Regular Navyor
and Capt. R. H. Fagan, O&R Officer, by Miss Ellen Dallas. Miss augmentation extend on active duty to crews dumped 200 gallons of foamon mander V. K. Benjamin is pre-
Dallas, from the Southern Bell Telephone Co., spoke before the' a 3,000 foot stretch of run- sently undergoing two weeks of
await opportunities.
augmentation adjacent to the Sj. John's
AFMA membership last Thursday on telephone courtesy. (Navy To date, 14 ot the 19 reserve way active duty, with VP-18 playing the
River then
Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)])' officers attached to the command ambulances, for stoodby the eventual with waiting crash role of host during the reserve

AFMA H ars Values Of have mentation actually, and applied seven have for been aug- landing.The tour.The Flying Phantoms are

selected.Two others have applica- crew elected to stay with furnishing key crew members to
tions currently under consider- the seven flight crews of VP-814.
the plane and bring her down rather
Telephone Courtesy
Daily ation. To make the cake even than parachuting.In These flight crews are spending a
sweeter, all but three of the;" as yes busy two weeks flying actual anti-
In everyday life there are definite policies we follow in associationwith unsuccessful applicants have addition to Lt (jg) Johnson, submarine warfare patrols, and
face-to-face communication. The same should be true with the extendedon themselves with the
career intentions, having the crew consisted of Lt (Jg) familiarizing
numerous telephone contacts made dally. active duty indeflnlately, or fora W.A. Ross, co-pilot; C.S. Gart- latest ASW concepts. VP-814 flys

This message was the basis minimum of three years. The man, crew chief; W.R. Smith,AT3; the EP-2E Neptune.The .
of special program presented to NAS Management three officers not continued on J.D. Cason, AN; D.J. Curry, AN; VP-18 and VP-814 "mar-
members of the Armed Forces active duty requested extensionsfor and L.D. Hamilton AT2. riage" was unique inasmuch as

Management Association last less than the desired 12 months (See VP.814 Pg. 4))
Thursday In the Officers' Club by Employees Sign1st and were refused.- One hundredpercent : ?

Miss Ellen Dallas of the Southern desiring career status and

Bell Telephone Company's public 84% well on the road to achievingcareer -
relations department. AgreementThe statuS. is a mark to shootat

"Something to always remem- I
ber," said Miss Dallas, "Is that first employee-management When asked last week to com-
when you are talking on the tele- agreement between the Jacksonville ment on how these results were tt
and the
phone, you are creating a pictureon Naval Air Station achieved Cdr.V.F.Anderson,then
the other end of the line. This ungraded civil service workers commanding officer of the squadron ;:

picture you create is both representative here, represented by Naval Air said"The only formula
of yourself and your Lodge 1630, was signed (into effect we have had is challenging these _

organization." January 20 during ceremonies heldIn young officers to serve their coun-
the office of Captain JamesR.
The petite speaker went on to
(See Augmentation Pg. 4))
say that the telephone besides Compton, station Commanding

being an Instrument for saving Officer.
time, plays a vital economical l The signing brought to a climax WO, LDO Program
extended negotiations between the
role as welL
To illustrate this last point, she management and union teams which Under Navy StudyThe
have been conducted over the past
presented a Hollywood productionfilm Secretary of the Navy has
entitled "A Manner of Speaking" several months.
approved the recommendations to
which demonstrated the effectiveness Capt. Compton penned the study the Warrant Officer and
of good manners and agreement for the managementteam .
Limited Duty' Officer Program.The .
while chief negotiator for the : -..-
common sense.A recommendations of the
display of modern and future Union, Tom A. Landers, and Her- Bureau of Naval Personnel l Board ...Landing Gear: Wouldn't Lock...
President of Naval
man R. Helton,
telephone systems was also setup (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, JOn])
I for viewing. (See Management Pg. 8)) (See Navy Study Pg. 4))



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of Communion : < The JAX AIR NEWS
8:30 Service :
a.m. !
,.. : distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station
Jacksonville, Florida, by the lIolt Publishing Company, i
9:30 a.m. Service IMvlne Worship submitted for use in the
private firm. All Copy JAX AIR
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Infonnatlort Office,
9:30 a.m. Sunday School for ages. Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before
2, NAS
3 through 16, Bldg. 722 ; ::: welcomed from all
f) : News Hems are sources-
lltOOa.m. Service Divine Wor- :..' Telephone EV. -TTllr Ext. 8162.

ship :.' ,; <.,' Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries

6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship r concerning such should be directed'to the Holt] Publishing
WEDNESDAY : Company, 4724 Clyde Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida-

4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Re- Telephone] 359-4040 or 3590271.
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7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal rMPrI rsu JANUARY 23, 1964Chaplain's
VOL 21 NO. 44
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Catholic Services at St. Edward *.

Chapel, NATTU and Naval Has-! 1 / \

pital SUNDAY MASS ( ./ a Message

6:30 a.m. U. S. Naval Hospital 4VERYQAJE'S

9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St.dwnd's f .. ., By Chaplain W, B. FeaginsOne
Chapel :
DAILY MASS I. of the stories to come out ever we can and with the talentswe

130 a.m. St Edward's Chapel of World War II tells of the bomb- have been given should enhance

.MONDAY & TUESDAY BUSINESS! ing of a German village. The the best in dally jobs and our

4:15 p.m. K1ng Hall NATTU Americans had already entrenched opportunities.Some .
FRIDAY their forces within the area, so of us may feel that our

12:05 p.m. U. S. Naval Hospital they Immediately set their hands job is too small and Insignificant,
SATURDAY with the villagers in clearing the but it is not the size of the job

St.Edward's Chapel bombed area. One bomb had that determines its worth. "I 1
9:00 a.m. Editorial
CQNBES5IONS-SATURDAY completely devastated a Church.As have no other hands but yours."

the soldiers were clearing Yes, God has something for each
7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before away
MassesCatechism No Place In World the stone and debris they founda of us to do, which only we can

Classes: .Grade School shattered statue of Christ. do ourselves. The task may be

SATURDAY Many of soldiers took special big, or It may be small; It may

For Sleepy CitizensThere Interest in replacing the broken be prominent, or it may not. That
10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities- marble into Its original position. does not matter. The fact is our

building 722NURSERY After the statue had been job belongs to us and if we fail

is an old saying, "To be awake is to be alive." reassembled the men noticed the in it, something is lost In the

The Naval Air Station Nursery Today In the United States the tired, sleepy citizen takes a big hands were missing. An exten- scheme, the plan of our work as
located In. Building UO on Child risk. The world In which we live ts moving. Its citizens are moving sive search was made for the a whole in contributing to our
Street. vpena &tW5 .nu on Sunday too.
hands, but to no avail So as Navy and our shipmates.So .
morning. Parents ,attending The man or woman who looks back may risk the fate of "Lot'swife" the men the
placed statue upona let us all endeavor to see
Sunday Masses or Protestant services -- the danger of being frozen or locked in place. If
leave children in new pedestal they inscribedthe that our work is met by giving\
may young alert the world will
pass you by. following words upon the base of ourselves generously,and gladlyto
the nursery without charge. So, it behooves us to battle any form of stagnation. The man who "I have no other hands but our assigned tasks.Our .
carefully plans and picks his path and follows the road toward a defi- "
yours. hands are needed, we are
nite goal, no matter how it winds or turns Is awake. And once awake These
may appear asmerewords needed. And in times like these
he is better able to cope with life and its complexities.Wake the
on surface but for each and we must be ready. This Is a
America," is common plea from the political
up a rostrumof
Station TrafficYioI.tIos everyone of us the words can havea result of and train
all parties. It is the call of the church and the appeal of the educator. definite our training
personal meaning. ing means practice everyday;even
Nowhere is the need for alertness more pronounced than In the What is
greater happiness than in the little things to make us be
preparation, blast-off and orbital-tours of our astronauts. Here atten-
working for God men? To for the
among prepared big things.
tion at all times-to the most minute details-Insures success in a take these words as a personal
mission that may ultimately result in man's victory over .
Following is a report of traffic challenge can mean a new power May we all learn that In gi ing
military, awareness being constant alertness, is a from
violations fOr the of January -
of our service to God and country
means of individual and
insuring rewarding life. For the
12 through January 18. the navigator or the IBM operator who misses group the from sentry lack, Let these words be a theme for with the hands we have, that our
living. To do God's work where- the best.
abilities and work will be
of awakeness, deliver his
may country our country, into the handsof

NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis the enemy. TwentySixDonate
Our slogan should be not only "Wake up, America," but "Stay NAS Offers New
week (January 1218.4) Awake Americans." (AFPS) Blood

Total Accidents this year Twenty-six enlisted Russian CourseThe
through Jan 18........................13 donated blood persons recently
to the Naval
Number of accidents through Hospital Blood Donor Center. CI&E office here at the Air

January 1963.......................14 Donors from AOA School were Station is now offering a great
Total Number of days since last FiitLh the
Stanley Balson AA; Bennett L. opportunity for learning
injury in motor vehicle accident Brady, AA; Horace L. Carr AA Russian language to officers, enlisted

.. ................. ....37 Michael S. Collier AA; Daniel, ; and their dependents in a

J. Lozon AA; Lewis UMeckulch. study of Beginning Russian.

AA; and Jerald L Smith, AA. The course Is taught under expert
NUMBER OF VIOLATIONS Wi-a Those donors from AEB School Instructions In the spokenand

This week.......................53 wereVillis: G. CaldwellAE3; written language, as well as

Speeding ..... .............. ......11 Bobby LJ Robinette AE2; Reason insight Into the Russian mores
Reckless Driving.................2 Rowell, AE 1; and Harvey H. Smith. customs and history. The instructor
is Russian-born Pro
Going through Stop Slgn..l
Other violations................39 DoWors! from AOB School were fessor Gregori Glass.
Forty drivers appeared before Norman Case, A02; Henrt A. There are no fees and no requisites

the Traffic Hearing Board at the Dubois, ACC; Larry L, Turkey. just a desire to learn

meeting held on January 20. Dis- A02; Wilmot L. Sewell, A03; and The class convenes on Mondayand

position of the cases Included the Ronald M I. Wilson AOl. Thursday evenings at 6:00: p.m.

following: 14 lostdriving and park Office Donors from Military Personnel for three hour sessions. It is held

ing privileges aboard the station Edmunds NATTU were: Mary V, in the testing room, first floor

for various periods; nine were SN: Morris G. Keeling, of Bldg. 955.Everyone.
assigned to complete an eight- : Robert. Kelley, PN1Larry: ) .urged to take full)
hour course in remedial driving THEY WALKED AWAY-The crew of a P2V attached to VP-18, R. Lloyd, SNj; and Peggy Jean advantage of this fine opportune!

instructions; 15 received sus- cheated death Thursday, January 16, when their landing gear, Parker, SA.I New classes begin February 10

pended penalties; 14 were given failed and the plane made a belly landing. The crew is (L to RJ]I The donor (from NATTU Dental Registrations will be accepted in

'. warnings; three were dismissedand standing) W. R. Smith, AT3, Copilot Lt. (jg.) W. A. Ross, pilotLt. was John G. Davis, DT3 the CI&E Office until\ p.m. Feb.

,? eight were referred to com- ( .g.) J. R. Johnson, C. S. Gartman, crew chief, (kneeling) The donor fromSpeclalServlce.s 6. All Interested personnel may

manding officers for possible dis- J. D. Cason, AN, D.J. Curry, AN and L. D. Hamilton, AT2.Novy( NATTU The Was Denton \\'oodsAA., obtain further Information by con

ciplinary action. Photo by Harold Benson, AA) donor from Supply NATTU tacting the CI&E Office at Ext.
was Otho J. White
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BLACK FALCON TURNED GREY Newest addition to VP-7 Is this "grey ghost", first NeptuneIn

I Atlantic Fleet to be painted dove grey. (Navy Photo) ,

BIHHBUPOPEN AugmentationContinued -Fleet Reserves Navy Study

( From Pg. I) 2 (Continued From ''g. 1))
try in what we think is the best VF Included the reactivation ot the
DAILY We Make a squadron in the Navy. It's an all- Fleet Reserve transfers were in Warrant Officer Program.

I1SO of coffee in the wardroom,or in the Technical Training Unit as two Officer and Warrant Officer will

CATFISH privacy of an office space, and Chief Petty Officers were trans- be on a schedule similar to that
S SHRIMP sometimes in the home. ferred one Monday. Jan. 6, and presently In effect. Applicationsnow
OYSTERS "One of the first steps is to point
one Wednesday, Jan. 8. on hand In the Bureau of
CHICKIN out that the grass is really not Blake E. Holland AEC, was Naval Personnel, will, however,
> .' STEAKS quite so on the outside, and
green transferred to the Fleet ReserveIn be acted on and selectees appoint
.> TAKEOUT SERVICE to convince the wives that possible formal ceremonies Jan. 6. He
ed to Limited Duty Officer (temporary
BANQUET SERVICE sacrifices in family stability are had completed almost 22 years ). Applications into the
toCIi5 more than compensated for by
active duty. A former Aviation Limited Duty Officer Program will
other things. It may sound corny Ordnanceman Holland was teach- be closed until the Fiscal Year of

.. 3438 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771 5581 but the challenge of serving one's ing Electricity to students in the 1968, at which time It is planned
and In the
doing a good job
country Aviation Ordnanceman Schools at that a Limited Duty Officer Program
field of anti-submarine
NATTU upon his transfer.P. will be reopened with applications
warfare is hard the
to duplicate, on
T. Estes, AEC, chose to from Chief Warrant Officers
accept his orders to the Fleet ,w-2 and W-3's only.
"Nothing can replace this approach Reserve without benefit of formal The limits of eligibility have not

BlU I CHIEF HE I 33locaUons q tivation.toward The wife achieving must true be con-mo- ceremonies. He was transferredin et been determined. It is expected
the office of Capt. C.G. Strum however that eligibility will
vinced that her happiness Is
NATTU Commanding Officer Jan. extend to cover most first class
[ To Serve You tingent and overall upon her feeling husband's of satisfactionover success 8. Estes was assigned as an and chief petty officers, and that
Instructor in NA TrU's AE Schools. examination material will
5444 NORMANDY Across From Atlantic\ Mills\\ accomplishment. Our best Both Holland and Estes plan to present remain In effect.

2809 MAYPORT RD. Vl Mile From NS Gate career salesmen officers for the and Navy their are our wives own make their permanent homes in All petty officers who have an

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BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE (formerly Pruitt Tire Co.)| overall squadron spirit and Park.his permanent address as Orange look Into this program as soon

.On Tires 8offer/.i/ Shocks Brakes FRIMZ morale is a significant one. On as possible.
Front End Eng/ne/ S. Transmission/ Work l.t /i.O.J/ 'being relieved as commanding officer -
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fully say that this is one record that (Continued From Pg. 1) ron's knowledge of Caribbean operations
'WE FINANCE ANYONE IN! THE 1I's'M'NOTHIHG' I am extremely proud of." an area frequented by

DOWN EASY 'PAYMENTSllRUNSWKK : Cdr. Anderson was relieved by Cdr. Anderson is also a native of their host squadron, VP18.
._---..-,,, ---. ............._" ,L,_/,... Cdr. Samuel Mansfield, formerly Minneapolis attended where he grew up and The reserve squadron will\ return
the squadron executive officer. local schools prior to at- to Its home base, NAS Twin
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Thursday. January 23 Thursday, January 23 January 23 Thursday, January 23 .

Dance Contest Carl Boyd and Happy Hour 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. Happy Hour' Homemade goodies Night 398-5408

Rhythm Kings 8:00: p.m.12:00:
a.m. Friday", January 24 Friday, January 24 SERVICEOR TAKEOUT SOUTHERN FRIED
Friday, January 24 Juke Box Dance y. CHICKEN
Marc Castle 8:30 pm.1230 a.m. DINING ALL YOU
Friday, January 24 Dance to Mach Four ROOM \ CAN EATChmtoo

Phil Cay and'Chantels 9:00 p.m. Saturday, January 25 Saturday, January 25 50l
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1:00 a.m. Saturday, January 25 Odd Size Plrty
Johnny Arnold 8:30: p.m.12:30:

Saturday, January 25 a.m. Dance to Marc Castle
Sunday, January 26
March Wilson and Red Coats 8:00 Sunday, January 26
and Refreshments
Vespers. . '.
1:00 January 26 -
.p.m.. a.m. Game Night 5:30 pm.730: )'p.m. Sunday, : .r. \ f
Sunday, January 26 Chantels 8:30 p.m.-ll:30 p.m. Dance to Bud Clark ttIf
Monday, January 27 -
Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings 8:00 Monday, January 27, Confederate Co'tillioh t

p.m.12:00 a.m. Happy Hour 4:00 jxm. 6:00 p.m. Monday, January 27 fffffi

Monday, January 27 Pizza Night + 1 4.4
Dining and Dancing Tuesday, January 28
Tuesday, January 28 Tuesday, January 28 Game NightWednesday
Tuesday, January 28 3198 KINGS AVE.
Game Night 7:3U: p.m. 9:30 p.m.
Happy Hour ON U.S. HWY. I, SOUTH
Happy Hour 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. WE CAN Cf TER YOUR PARTY
Tophcnlo A'/' ", Owner & Mgr.
Wednesday, January 29 Wednesday, January 29 Wednesday, January 29 January 29
Western Night with Country Disc Jockey Show Al Albert
Night 8:00 p.m. Open _Drifters

"0" Club Quote of the Week WESTERN AUTO

". Peace in truth, in justice, in
Thursday, January 23 L freedom;, in love-this is the peace ASSOCIATE STORE

Happy Hour 3:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. we pray /or.-" =Pope Paul VI. 1 ml. north of HAS at 5541 Roosevelt Blvd.
Dinner 6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m' In Venetia Village.,

Radios, TV's, Appliances, Davis Tires, Bikes,
Friday, January 24 OSiiOODSEICETComplete Sporting Goods, Auto Partsetc., etc.

Dinner 6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. More than 16,000 items TO CHOOSE FROM

Cappies Combo 8:00: p.m.12:00 Freezer ProvisioningSince EASY PAYMENT PLAN AVAILABLE

a.m. __
EV 8-3470 .
.. .
Saturday, January 25 1952 -

Dinner 6jOO p.m. 9:00 p.m. ,, M Serving all Jacksonville with
Charlie Jay 8:30 1230am. USDA VEGETABLES, FRUITS,
Choice or Good JUICES, FISH, PIES, ; !
Sunday, January 26 Western Betf PORK, HAM, POULTRY, J 124-HOUR SERVICE I
Buffet 6:00 p.rm 9:00 p.m. Aged, Cut, Wrapped HOMEMADE SAUSAGE, 44/Aii\
Prime Ribs, Steamship Rounds,
Frozen end Delivered FRANKS, BACON
Fried Chicken

Monday, January 27 EAGERTON PLUMBING

Happy Hour 3:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. ,
Dinner 6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m.: Company, Inc.
Tuesday, January 28 I 1093 N. McDuff Ave. EV 8-0761

Foreign Dish Night (Mexico) 6:00:
p.m. 9:00 p.m.Wednesday Featuring Black Angus Beef -
January 29 Nothing Down Up to 6 Months To Pay
Happy Hour a30: p.m.6.00 p.m. :
Family Night, Fried Chicken all -No Membership Fee- n
you can eatVance


DeputyDefehiebSecretary 845 SOUTH EDGEWOOD AVE. ,

EV 8-0561 Q: ..:

President Johnson announcedthat (Opposite Murray Hill Barnett Bank) CHOICE OF MODELS -
Roswell L. GHpatric has resigned -
as Deputy Secretary of Defense -
----------- -- -----
effective January 20, and I I II a
that the present Secretary of the I 11
Army Cyrus R. Vance has been Yoa WIn r ow p
named to succeed him. CHOICE OF LOTS
The new,Secretary of the Armywas I qp11a*" I II
announced as Stephen A ties n
who had been Under Secretary of I
the Army since 1961 I &
The new changes make Mr. CHOICE OF COLORS
Vance the second-ranking officialIn I 1838 Cosset Avenue PHoNE EV 4.4556 I II
the Pentagon, under Secretaryof 24 Newly modernized lanes 0 Frilly( alb-conditioned, I
Defense Robert S. McNamara. I FREE Nursery Complete Restaurant "Facilities U
,Complete Pro Shop and Guaranteed Work I II

T $12,000
I shall pass this way but once; I &
any good thing therefore that I II FREE GAME
can do, or any kindness that I I
can show, let me do It now. Let I WITH TWO PAID GAMES. JiJk.JL -..
me not defer it or neglect It, ADULTS ONLY, PLEASE _: _
for Anon.I shall not pasrthfc way again. .I I



... PAGE t 6 JAX AIR NEWS JANUARY 23, 1964

All Qualified Persons .Have

1 I 1 5 5a 5a Equal Employment OpportunityEqual

Employment Opportunity in government service is the aim
of the merit system. Executive Order 10925 of March 6,1961 specifies
SP 1-4602 that "It is the plain and positive obligation of the U.S. Government to
promote and ensure equal opportunity for all qualified persons with.
out regard to race, creed, color, or national origin seeking em-
ployment or employed by the Federal Government.
-" -
FRENCH'S Any Federal employee or qual- THEY LEAVE
RADIO-TV ified applicant for employment, or
his authorized representative,may t
file a complaint If he believesthat
6357 103rd St, he has been discriminated

ri .. SERVING R, against J because: of race, creed ARMYIN
color, or national origin, in
SOOTIEST connection with an application for PIECES !

employment, promotion, lay-off,
JAX. or discharge, job assignment,disciplinary
SALES SERVICE OHuuvuim action, or other employment
THREE MEN attached to the Naval Air Technical Training Unit matters. The procedure for
advanced Acting Chief Petty Jan. 16. .
RADIO were to OfficerofNATTU filing complaints is posted on official .4S
HI-FI (L.R) Captain C.G. Strum,Commanding Richard bulletin boards. >
..AUTOMOBILE IADIOOIOAH J. Hora, AECA, instructor in HA TTU's Aviation Electrician'sMate Complaints be filed with ,. .yQ
School, B. W. Clarke, AECA, student in NATTU'S AE.B may Of-
AU WORK GUMAMTIID the Deputy Employment Policy
School and W. H. Washaliski AECA AE School instructor.
Upon ficer, Captain James R. Compton,
completion of three years as Acting Chief Petty Officers, they Commanding Officer of the Naval
to Chief. (Navy Photo)
may request permanent appointment Air Station, Jacksonville, Admin-

istration, Building 1, or the Navy
Employment Policy Officer, Mr. '
Charles R. Peck Office of the .

BUY of LIFETIME Under Secretary oftheNavy,Room SIdieRTNe
a 4E664, Pentagon Building, Wash-

ington 25, D.C.Reconciliation.
of a complaint filed *
with the Navy Employment
Policy Officer, or the President's RaiN
Committee on Equal Employment
Opportunity, will be delayed sinceit
will be referred back to the 1

Deputy Employment Policy
Officer for initial investigationand

Further report.information regarding

.i procedures and appropriate Information -
to be supplied may be o
obtained from Mr. Michael I

Cascone Employee Relations

Superintendent, IRD, Room 225-D,
Building 907 Naval Air Station

starts FRI. Jan 24

1 T Confidence is a thing not to be
produced by com 1sion. Men can e ei
J not be forced to trust. -- Daniel




bookcase bed chest

.dresser with'mirror 77 t: NOMONEY.DOWN

Our rocky quantity purchase makes this price on 'world $ ,
... famous French Provincial possible. This lovely suite has AS LOW $ 17
large roomy double dresser with tilting wood frame mirror | PER WEEK
sturdy bookcase bed and big four drawer chetC The be urt-
rut finish Is of the latest plastic type that withstands alcohol
or even polish remover. Center guided drawers and
Ail Interiors on all pieces. You'd better come In.beautlSALE. 1st QUALITY NYLON 24 MONTH UNCONDITIONAL GUJUUNTB
this low price we won't have these beautiful suites long. PRICE I
1 If frI to Ihriu ,
ONLY' 1 for 983 u 11 ;nil is.12

I "There is only ONE.NonnflMti'y \t'ayside\ Furniture" .5% 2 for 1866 170I1S"MS 7EOI157S1U4 1313 11 1.13 Jl 2UI mi 1111 JU212J3 4112 012

I 2361 4512

NORMANDY WAYSIDE 4 for 3532 UCi14ISOi14 11.13 14.11 11K 21.El a.3i4otsa1o.1ssaoatl .
UOill 11.11 2I.ES 3!.32j
150JU |11.13 j fljg 3JJ
All I Tins Plea T. .., ..
8. E Ne $3.00 AcId-)" ,Old| Tf., No CappokU I.F
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23, 1964

Mention! Credit Union Members .
..., .
; .
Elect Board Officials '

NonRated The 12th annual meeting of the
Jax Navy Credit Union was calledto

order at 7:30 p.m., January Only United offers
PersonnelThe 17, before some 300 members. I
The meeting got underway with five
lucky ticket holders five

In need Supply for Key Department Punch operators is now, silver Door dollars prizes for were promptness.presented winning to you such a variety ;

and other IBM machine operators, lucky ticket holders throughout the
machines the 026
for such as ,
evening, beginning with transistor
056, 836 and 870. radios, an electric blanket,
Nonrated personnel qualified watches, fishing equipment, luggage of jet service at
to try for this. opportunity as an and finally a portable
IBM operator.One television

experience.-this type of of the work main Is necessities touch typing for directors Directors An election and of their the was Board.terms held are The for, 1/2 the jet Coach fare

Personnel selected for these
C.J. Bellovich, 3 years;J.J.Boric,
be trained the
will on jobat
3 years; W.H. Sandefen, 3 years;
the Supply Department or thereIs Dominic Worsowitz,.2 A.R.
years; ,
of the '
a good possibility attending :
Carlson,2 yearsjandJ.F.O'Connel: 1 .
IBM school in downtown Jackson- ';t .'t
l7ear. The member elected to the .
:t. \)
ville. Credit Committee was J.O.Burton ,,;:
Approximately five to six per- for 3 years. "
sons are needed now for these Louis T. Bates, Vice Presidentof
jobs. The offer is limited only to American Life Insurance Co., J/
military personnel here at the Air was the guest speak for the even- b1i '

Station. Ing. Bates gave a very Interest- [ :
Wave personnel particularly ing and entertaining speech. -
suited for this type of work, and Refreshments were available
experience In typewriting would be ,
throughout the evening. The meet-
beneficial to anyone desiring to ing was adjourned after the last
enter the machine accounting field. television One-Class Jets
doorprize, a had
interested in this
Anyone typeof
work and the many opportunities given away. You'll enjoy a wide, comfortable seat your choice of beverages. a delicious

involved are requested to contact meal on appropriate flights. and a first class feeling of comfort. You can enjoy
Lt. (jg) Blair in Dldg. 110 at the FOOF'S SPOOFS One-Class standard service for just half the regular jet Coach fare with the
Fleet Service Unit on the 3rd -
floor or call Ext. 316, 8307 or military standby fare plan.



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all Caravelle jets, except "Executive" flights between New York and Chicago. ,






pack state ...'e Stand by with UnitedOf

oRfM low laswaav ratal
for careful drlTWi course, the plan applies on all our jet Coach flights (or First Class if Coach Is

nlellOloWtIIat- full) and on all propeller flights too. If you want the widest choice of services

$ SAVE $$ rat at two may saveImportant under the military standby fare plan, stand by with United Air Lines. Just coma
dollari. to the United ticket counter, or your base airline ticket office (JAMJO) in uniform

BIG DISCOUNTSTO And cheek State and with a copy of your leave authorization or discharge papers' (within seven

NAS PERSONNEL Farm itrrlce-to days after discharge). Members of the'National Guard or Reserve military units

god that people la are not eligible for military standby fares.

than with anyone
tiff Call today! ; -..-


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1948 Blanding Blvd. -, .'",j ,'. .. .i ,
:' -
: .
389-0338 ,.', 'j:': : ,'. ,.'.,,'." .\
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6075 ROOSEVELT BLVD. STAt tUM MUTUAl ,: It"r. : ,:l ;'.;..j, "I. ..., ... 1 : : :.. >
EV 8-3516 .- .- ) AUTOMOttlE.NOME OFFICE: i f" ;
Ji Mile N. of' NAS Main Gate KtOOMINCTON. ILLINOIS ...

GE: 8 JAX AIR NEWS .-, -_ -. ,_._ ....__ _I!:
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Management. .. /." <

(Continued from page 1))
Air Lodge 1630. signed the docu- 1:1i''

Just outside Main Gate -2nd Door from Yukon Post Office ment for the employees.The .
Agreement Is considered a
BEST HAMBURGERS YOU CAN FIND full one and was negotiated within
the spirit and Intent of Executive
OPEN 1000 to 0100SANDWICHES Order 10988 of January 17, 1962 -
to Improve effectiveness of the

COLD DRAFT AND BOTTLE BEER station operations through im-
proved employee-management co-
PHONE 387-9351 operation.Last .

June 13 Lodge 1630 was
granted exclusive recognition In a
unit composed of all ungraded,

THE BANK OFQRANGE''PARK non-supervisory employees of NAS A FIRST FOR HAS took place on Monday when Captain James R.
'.' Jacksonville. This recognition, Compton, HAS CO and Herman R. Helton, President of NaVal Air
under the executive order, recog- Lodge '1630 signed the first employee-management agreement
nizes the Lodge as the repre- between the ungraded civil service employees here. On Helton's
sentative of the more than 3,300 right is Tom A. Landers, chief negotiator for the union and other
ungraded employees comprisingthe union negotiating team members. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2))
COMPLETE The one-year agreement. is designed 1 d. ,
CONFIDENTIAL for automatic renewal
COURTEOUS unless either party gives written
notice to the other at least 60
calendar days prior to the expir- t
SERVICE ation of the one year.Management's .
negotiating team
ht ,y is .ts consisted of Leonard B. Eubanks slY
Industrial Relations Officer,, as
HIGHWAY 17 chief negotiator, with the following
members; Commander Q.R.Whit-
ORANGE PARK FLORIDA Member mor, Assistant Overhaul and Repair -
F.D.I.C.TICKETS Officer; John E. Colvln,
Management Planning Branch
Supervisor, Supply Department;
Louis B.St.Petery,Quality Assur-
ON SALE AT CIRCUS SITEJocksonrille ance Superintendent Overhaul and
Celiswm, IMS E. Adams St. d k :R hA
and LouisL.
Or at Door .eforo Each Performance Repair Department;
LaGrande Process Division
Superintendent, Overhaul and Re- .
qu 0: $
pair Department.The 6. t e RA
e Union negotiating team con-
sisted of Landers, who Is the International -

\ rosl Grand Association Lodge representative of Machinists -; ; ; : !"

Frank Nix International Alternatefor .
AND Landers; and the following .6Z l IIII'J'Jj4 :

employees of NAS Jacksonville: .. '
NUM E. P. King, Overhaul and Repair .', .. ., .
chairman W. J. .iI' .' ,.J,', ... .., ".''J<."', A .I!<:!i/,' ,."
O&R Dept. ; Murphy L ,.. .//.6':.. k <;,:i.:,t''.;1 t;?: I; ; g ,m0:;( 'i)' '\'; ., ,' .' r
E. : : .:
Dept. secretary; ,,./, .c"I.t.: 'i\.w., t!" ..:."?;,,ii 7"," '';'1:, .; ,,'.;:':';,'i,"'," '','.."..:"; ;'. 'f'i
BAILEX Harper linhead,, Supply Public Dept.Works; M.Dept Hol-; i } :} i '

i G. H. Mcklnney, O&R Dept.; T. : j I ; \
P. Roberts, O&R Dept.; and G t ; 11\J\f :
CIRCUSS3 C, Westbrook, O&R Department. ,

Nothing changes more constantlythan '.:. ,.,.. '. .....\ ".. '. ,. . ..:. .'. ,., .. "" ". ..f
the past; for the past that ,.,,.'.', .1.,"..... -:!:., '::\',.:; .:..' ,..\!;.'\" : :t'.... )'(;

.SO rows M7 EVENING SHOWS: Jon. 31, 24, IS I 27. a P.M. Influences our lives does not con- \. .. (
S3.SO rows 1l-2 MATINIES: Jon. 34, 4 P.M.; Jen. 2J, 2.JO P.M.; sist of what actually happened .i.t"I j'
$1.50 rows 10-31 Jan. 26, 1 P.M. t S P.M. but of what men believed happened. ; ; ..
Children ndtf 12, half Price, All Matinees except 1 P.M., Jan 26. 4w ,
Tickets also on sale in Jacksonville: Civic Auditoriumand .. ." .. .' ... '.. '.
Hemming Park_ box offices. ALL-.SEATS RESERVED --Gerald W. Johnson American ./. .' .I .... ">".c"..' .."'..". .....:....':>>,,:.. .' 0.;
Heroes and Hero '" < .
Worship '\ \
(Hapers). = _.. : ..P ,_::,:>: \.._., ::1-!: + ';" _-' <

A TOUCH OF OLD WORLD New Orleans was brought to the "0"
Club last Saturday night when the Officers' Wives Club stageda
charity "New Orleans Night". A capacity crowd attended the
gala affair which was respondent with Bunny Girls and scenes
from the Old French Quarter. (Navy Photos)
*Chrysler fPiy mouth Valiant VP-7

Departs For Puerto Rico

WE PLEDGE TO BEAT ALL ADVERTISED PRICES Commanded by Commander warfare.
Phaon B. Derr Jr. VP-7 departedNAS Upon its return to JacksonvilleVP7
Approximately 18 minutes froth NAS South on Hiway 17 ,
Jacksonville, on the 11th of will continue Its Intensive
January for the sunny south and training pro ram In preparatonfor
the excellent training conditions the
found In the Puerto Rlcan area. Spain and Iceland.
While In Puerto Rico the squadron -
will Intensify Its anti-
submarine warfare training In Dolphin Art CeramicsThe

taking part In the annual "Oper-
1050 N. ORANGE AYE. GREEN COVE SPRINGS ation Springboard" exercise. ThisIs Dolphin Art Ceramics of
an exercise In which most of Daytona Beach will present a demonstration -
the east coast maritime at the NAS Hobby
FHQNE JACKSON (LIE DRlCT( = 264X6355 squadrons participate and patrol which Shop Sunday, January 26 from
Is designed to give the maximum 2:00 p.m. until 5:00: p.m.

amount of training to all units the
Among activities to be pre-
CHRYSLER J Involved. The squadron will participate sented Joesph and Cecile Samaan
AUTHORIZED DEALER MARK F QUAIITYJ In such exercises as aerial will demonstrate their skills In
.1 V MOTORS CORPORATION y mlnelaylng low altitude the
bombing, use of stains and non-firing.
night searchlight operations, and Refreshments will also be
various aspects of anti-submarine served.P .


....... "..--- "

23, 1964

17 Pass E3Examination .,
> I j;'..;<;t ,, .t.At,: -,
f' <;
.,, '
I.'If". .. 4.,'
'> ;
J. I ;<'" I" ,' ,
Personnel who passed the E-3 ,', ,.,.' :. '
paygride examinations held on Jan !j .
uary. 14, 1964,and are authorizedfor
f'r.r.i.1y's T t advancement, are as follows: Ad should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Clyde Drive,
David J. Baker, AA to AN; Jacksonville 8, Florida,to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication .
James J. Chaon, ANHAA to the following Thursday. Adsarriringtoolate for this dead.
Amhan; Denzel E. Gleason, SA line will be published the following week unless the publisheris
to SN; Thomas E. Hecker, RMSAto Instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost
RMSN; Lynn H. Martin, MMFAto of the ad must be received WITH the copy for the ad.

to FN; RATE: Minimum charge (lines) . i' $1.00
Euloslo M. Mercado, TA to TN; Per additional line ((4 words per line). .35
Carole E. Mulks, SA to SN; .
Raymond T. Pembelton, AA to -' --
AN; Rosauro Q. Rivera, TA
[UNIQUE FOURSOME are (L to R) Delorei Joiner RM2 HAS Corr.munic.qtlonH :. TN; Annie S. Sanders SA to SN; Vacuum Cleanercomplete with. AVON Call Ellen calling on Oldfield NAS With specials.
Rita McCabe MA3, Data Processing Department; Charles L. Sheridan AA to AN; all attachments good condition. between 384-7841
3& 7
[Marlon Lyons YN3, Captains Yeoman; and Sharon Barosh YN3 Felipe M. Silverio, TA to TN; Phone 353-1946, A-l Sewing p.m.,
Operations Deportment admire their certificates presented them ,Richard (n) Tommer, AA to AN; Machine Exchange, Inc.
by Cdr. L. A. Menard, HAS Executive Officer. (Navy Photo by Robert A. Whitley, AA to AN;
Jerry Davis, JOSN) William C. Wigley, FA to FN; Now is the time to buy that lot FOR SALE Oak Hill 5913
and Jerry D. Williamson, AA to In Green Cove Springs low D.P Horde Dr. E. CD, 3D, 1 1/2 B
4 AN. and mo. payments no Int, on hdw firs, sc pch, sm down pay.
Cal SP 1-2277 after 5:00
baL Write Box 711, G.C.S. or p.m.
100 % Tuhi-Out phone 284-3106 evenings for Inf.

On InstallationOf FOR SALE 1956 V-8 Chevrolet. FOR SALE Ortega Hills 4848
Looks and runs good. One-owner, Oaks Ide Dr., 3 B, 1 1/2 B, hdw.
Seat BeltsThe automatic transm. Recently over- firs, $100 dn, $78.50 mo.
hauled. RA 4-1813 EV 4-1887. No closing cost.
progression of the seat
belt program sponsored by Attack
Squadron Thirty-five and theNavalAir -
Technical Training Personnel : BLACK ANGUS
has been met with much enthusiasm -
throughout both activities.
VA-35 Personnel are expected to
have a 100 percent turn-out for Meat Company
cr:; the installment of belts in "A .,.ak
the squadron by the end of the or a steer" A Real Old-Fashioned Meat/ Market

CONGRATULATIONS Cdr. L. A. Menard, HAS Executive Officer, week.Contacts have been made with 4029 Standing Blvd. CEDAR HILLS 771-7362

presents George P. Powers, Chief Aviation Structural Mechanic the Safety Officer of the squadron -
with a certificate of advancement and congratulations at cere by other station personnel for Let Us
monies held in the conference room Bldg 1. (Navy Photo by Jerry the Installation of their seat belts
Davis also.
Captain C.G. Strum, CommandIng -
Officer of the Naval Air Tech- Fill Your Freezer

N.j; Air Defense Band teered nical Training the services Unit also of his volun-per-

Presents Music Cavalcade seat sonnel belts.for free Installments of Box Steaks. Beef Sides

This of the
A Cavalcade of Music will be phase programwas
presented on February 3 at 8:00 Hall.Lt.. Colonel Mark Azzollna is headed by Lieutenant Joe S. Beef Quarters
p.m. by the North American Air the Conductor and Officer-In- Bouchard who was assisted by
Defense Command from Colorado Charge of the band.In Installers Kordek, Brown, Daugh-
Springs Colorado. addition, the entire programwill enbaugh and Shaefer Sutton, McElravy, COME SEE us
'1 ne special musical pre- be broadcast live and direct Benny
sentation will be at the Civic over the, facilities of WPDQ radioon All personnel involved have Installed FOR THE BEST'BEEF IN TOWN
as as 1,600 seat
Auditorium. Admission will be their Night Beat section of their many
free of charge and the public Is evening program, according to Ed belts. Seat belts are still being
Invited. Grant, News Director of the installed by appointment only at
Bldg. 520 NATTU. The programwill SHORTS
The Jacksonville Naval Air station.

Station Commerce Jacksonville the Jacksonville and the have Navy combined Chamberof Leagueof reach a close on January 31. '? q UHtJt CouptMl

Exams Scheduled
February Dates
forces to sponsor the evening's
entertainment.The .
band Is an 85-piece band The February 1964 Navy-wide fleers (E-6)) Thursday, February SALEWHILE
comprised of outstanding music- examinations are scheduled to be 6; Second Class Petty Officers
ians from the U.S. Army, Navy, held on the following dates: Chief (E-5)) Tuesday, February 11; and - - - -
Air Force and from the Petty OfflcersE-T( )Tuesday, Feb- Third Class Petty Officers (E4)on ) THEY LAST!
Royal Canadian Air Force, the ruary 4; First Class Petty Of- Thursday, February 13. Regular $2.84
first multi.service International
band. 100% Cotton

The band Is only a few years ; 10inric'; Printed
old but has already won national lotlda
acclaim with appearances on the
Bell Telephone Hour, the Dinah WALKSHORTS
Shore Show, the Steve Allen Show
and a special concert at Carnegie 97i

;, ;IS- Mr't..UrM" :1WIWf: --::.'w;:' w ..;:. '.; r ; _.'
All ,''lrJd(>Hanking Conveniences; SIZES SMALL
Sell VolkswagensWe nANKIHC HOURS: FRIDAY
MONDAY THURSDAY Bank 9:00 A.M. 2:00 P.M.Sank -
Service 9:00 A.M. 2:00 P.M. 5:00 P.M. 8:00 P.M. / MUST HAVE COUPON
VolkswagensWe Drlv..I" Tellers// 9:00 A.M. 4:30 P'MDriven Tellers/ 9:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M.

Buy Volkswagens


284-9209 I.AKE SIIORl/ Roosevelt Mol'UARY
Su Smilt),..CN Ktt. 4617 Son Juan Avenue(2 Blocks From Roosevelt/ J Member F.D.I.C.

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E-4W! Ti Close Seas.Action .

In Intramural Tennis Is

Mad Faxes Undbfeaffari ; being completed and the revised
scheduled drawing to a close.Foul
weather has raised some havoc

TWTSG7I1TOtMde with the netmen but they man-
aged to complete a few matrhrs.

; I Ammo kaoe I\v VA-15 VA-15 Results: 4 3

u w NAR1U 5
By Harold Benson, AA r CFJ 4
Highlighting the Intramural ..never again headed In the entire CFJ 5
I Basketball action of the past week game. Taking advantage of every
( the "Mad Foxes" .
I was the game .between'VP-5 and opportunity protested .VAP-62 00 I. '.'
Air Force 679thl'A : their undefeated record CFI" ", ,2" :... :.'::,
which Is now 4-0 and droppedthe
much better game than the FAE1tJ 0
I score indicated. 679th couldn't previously undefeated Air AP-62 1
I seem to find the range to get Force squad out of the top ranks. FOP SCORER in VP-5's recent VP-K: 9CommmJIudms
consistent scoring campaign Herman ,victory over Air Force 679th
I Cook led the VP-5
underway. Air Force played the was. Hemoa Cook ((15)) who poured
TRYING DESPARATELY TO cagers with a si cling 23 points the sauntered past
entire game without the servicesof I in 23 points to help insure
STOP James Jackson's two Ed Norrington their tall and and was backed up by Stanley Clay 1 rictory. Stanley Clay also of VU-10. 51 27. Don Thompson
points for Communications is high scoring eager who scored 25 with 12 points. /P-5, ((14)) poises ready for a tap dropped in IB and Louis Jones
William Rhodes (right) of VP- Three 679th men climbed into 11 of the Comm. points. Wesley
points (in a recent victory over I in, in the event of a .iss. VP5won
18. His effort here was in vain, hospital. In that game he fracturedhis the double figures column. They the contest (0-44. (Navy Reeves led VU-10 with six points.
but not so for the VP-18 squadas arm and will undoubtly be out were J.D. Home 14, Larry Davis I Photo by Harold Benson, AA) VP-18 literally ran away with
they won the contest, 4630. of action for the entire season. 10, and William Scruggs with 10 the ComFairJax team bytromdng
(Navy Photo by Harold Benson, VP-5 a quick and aggressiveteam points. cagers were Robert Bargmann with them 59 17. Dwain Gregg pacedthe
AA) took the lead early and was The second game of the evening 15 and William Ross with 11 points. winners with 13 points and
also. pitted two'undefeated Don Thompson led the Com Brabham Hester led CFJ with four
teams against each other. VP-1S munications squad with 11 points. points.
PIZZA mm and Communications. VP-1S came Other games of the week saw VAP-62 defeated FAETU by the
out the winner of the match by VP-5 outlast Supply 49 -<&5. Leading score of 59 43. Pacing VAP-62
$ the score of 46 30. Playing scorers for VP-5 were James were Wiley Bostic with 20points..
strong defense by both sides tend- Oilman and David Kallmyer with and Robert Todd with 12 points.
: TAKE 'OUT ORDERS .DINING ROOMy ed to keep the, score down. Latein 11 points apiece. Tabulating for Summers KeDcel collected 16
] the game Jim Sheets Comm. Supply were Terry By rd and Harry points and Vernon Smith 11 points(
f : ,PREMIUM BEER .CHOICE t CUT STEAKS tall center suffered an ankle,injury Braxton with 12 points apiece and. for the FAETU squad.
ITALIAN SANDWICIIES.SPAGIIE171 which is liable,to keep him Jim: Rogers with 10 points. FICEUR dismantled the MARTD
If I sidelined for a few games. Air Force 679th managed to stay "five" by defeating, them by.anoverwhelming
... I i The victory for VP-18 now gives ahead of Ifaspital and pull out .40 points to take a
ourspeciaty" j i them a 3 -0{ record aid. leaves a win by,the score of 51 46. 71 31 victory. Charles, Austin'
| Communications with a 2 1i Ed Norrington burned the nets for, paced his squad with ',19 points ''I:
,. FRA1CDERKX record. .nj\ 673th' with 25 poIms. Fred Kkxnari-, followed closely by Newton '.
In thm f/earf of Cedar Hill, Leading, scorers for i the VPitxitlsllr : ; led Ifaspital with 14,,cuime{s. JHsmultcxwtth. 17pqinttnd.BobWarner ;
I ,A/C Maine twice had little 'with 14 counter.'Wil
3619 Blanding Blvd.-Ph 771-017 trouble 'rolling over'Dispensary. liam Mnssehnan led MARTD with
62" 33. Calvin Nicholson dropped 14 points.
In 20 points and Wilbur Aaron
|P* "" M* mr mrr- mrmimr-- rmm netted 12 for A/C Kialnt..
points To be 70 years young is sometimes -
while William Dickerson led far more cheerful: and hope
ROOSEVELT MALL Dispensary with nine points. ful than to be 40 years old. -
VP-5 squeeked: past a strong Oliver Wendell Holmes.
VA-45 squad by one point to take
a 36 35 victory and keep them
CARWASHHOURS > ICebe undefeated in IM play. Hermon NAVAL, TAILORS- FOR
teas rite Cook led the winners with 10 'THREE GENERATIONS
points while Ben Gosey accounted -
nd tep ernce.rv"X .
MONDAY thru SATURDAY-9 am.6 p.m. for 12. and John Fellowes 10
CtttactB te&jr.I I I of the VA-45 total points. UNIFORMS

OPEN SUNDAYS 9:00: til 1:30: P.M. { DoE I double Supply scoring led by cohmm:four men defeated in the

4 Ordnance 55 44. Scoring for
I{Located in The Roosevelt Mall Shopping Center on Roosevelt Blvd| | OVIIM(
thEN Supply were Jim Rogers 21, Dale
Ventor 14. with lorry Braxton and CLOTHES
Every WEDNESDAY Phone 771-6400 Terry Byrd collecting: 10 points
apiece. Charles Gilbert and Frank>!
3811 Blending Blvd Cmstom Tailored / Marshall each swished in 14 points ,..
STATE FAKMf measmre or l StQctService.
Is DOLLAR DAY 'Irha.iawhrhat.hsaeh.aatliiar apiece to pace the loosers. .
VA-35 trounced tbeMarineBar-
racks 56-33. James Fugit of NO DEPOSIT
VA-35 burned the nets with 30' .1
16 Months to PAY
counters. Willie Townes led the
Marines with 10 points.
FAETU bad little trouble overpowering SEAFARER -S3S,
the Commissioned Officers Tailor node BUs.M.
IDF Mess by 22 points In their
55-33 FAETU also
bad four of its cagers rankingIn
the double figures They were ALL KINDS
Summers FeBtel with 15. Jaunts
the Friendly Folks at Tucker with 13. Gary Fey with
I ((4\ ) 11. and Vernon Smith with 10
points to account: for 49 of FAETtTs

55 points. Rafael Santos paced the

t 1234 KING STREET losers, with 11 points. at
VA-30 ran away with .NAR1U
near Park Street by downing them 67 3L Pace-
384-7541 log the VP-30 squad were Howard
Brown with 14. Bob Neher with
Member F.DIoGf 12. and Don Onto with 10 poIms.

,il Dave Copeland and pen Oliver NEXT TO>> HAS JWIR'N
('t paced NARTU with 12 and 10 I I
points respectively. BI I

". t

23, 1964

Entries dose Ladies Golf

BowlingFifty Winner of the recent OSEN

Tournament at the NAS links was Toke your car with you?
entries for the Spring Mrs. 1..W. Lawtonwitha48-91/2- For Financing and Insurance
have been receivedat 38 1/2. '
Bowling League stateside and overseas cat I
the Athletic Office, which will Taking second place in the
t put approximately 17 teams In each tournament was Mrs. J.M. John- DYER M. BURR, ,.", .,""'Ing
of the three leagues. Entries for son with a 49-10-39. GOVERNMENT EMPLOYER
the leagues closed yesterdayJan- Mrs. A.R. Hilton won the low
BEST IN NATTU -- R. J. McElhiney, AEC, topped all NATTU uary 22, according to Frank Mc- putt event with a 31 putt. FINANCE INTERNATIWJL.SffByiCE' CORPORATIONS' ,.
, Golfer in NATTU'* Intramural Golf Tourney, as ht cam out Caffery, Athletic Director, at the INSURANCE COMPANY .
! winner of the Championship Flight. NATTU's Intramural Tourneywas NAS gym
held after completion of regular Representatives of each team In We all work for the governmentbut 5613 Tlmuqvona :Road
season team play. Copt. C. .. 27MO'Pokop,
_JMu .
G. Strum, NATTU ,Commanding Officer, is shown presenting the the leagues will hold a meeting the politician Is wise. He gets -
Championship trophy. (Navy Photo by D.W. Warren, J02)) In the NAS gym to elect Officersof paid for It.--Human Events.

the three leagues... and discuss
the rules. .
Team representatives of the

American League (Monday night
4Y league) will meet In the gym Jan-
5338 Norwood Avenue
uary 27, at 9:30 a.m.
National League team repre- In the Gateway Shopping Center

sentatives (Thurs. night league) Open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mon. thru Sat.
will meet In the NAS Jan-
Team representatives of the
Continental League (Wed. night JANUARY SALE!

? M league) will meetIn the gym Jan- Lovable BRAS 2for-$4fiQ

/ i wS uary 29, at 9:30 a.m. Lovable GIRDLES -Only |

0 Q NAS Memphis

Ott vo Host& Swim MM

The Sixth Naval District swim
meet will be held at NAS Memphison ORANGE PARK
March 2 and 3.
Jax Navy Is Interested in sending
HAS JAX ENTRANTS-Swimmers from the Jax Navy Childrens anyone Interested In participatingand 3

swimming program directed by the Red Cross, pose for the photo. qualifying for the meet. 2 lATH HOMES
arapher at the Indoor Pool. Under the tutorage of Coach Chuck David Farcas of VP-45, a very
Phillips, assisted by Capt. James R. Ward and Cdr. John W. promising member of the team,.
Vaughn, these junior' swimmers are participating in the JOWC swims the 100 meter Butterfly In r. COMPLETELY FURNISHED
Winter Swim Program. (Navy Photo) 58.'1 sec, and the Free Style,eventin '
The Jax Navy Swim Club will "
Invitation Extended 10 hold practices dally at 4:30 p.m. NO DOWN IIAYMUL.
Time Is fleeting, so all Interested
persons are urged to attend one I MIN. FROM NAflf
All For NAS Swim Meet of the practices or contact Frank

McCaffery, Athletic Director,Ext. $12,500 TO $15,500
A cordial Invitation by Com- your team and any age group swimmer 585 or Chuck Phillips, of the Indoor -
manding Officer, Captain JamesR. not associated with a specific Pool, at Ext. 481, for further $72 PER MO. UP
Compton, Is extended to "you, team, to participate in the NAS Information. SEE,
Indoor Swim Meet to
be held at the NAS Indoor Pool IM Basketball BILL DONNELL

commencing at 9:00 a.m. on Jan- StandingsIntramural
uary 25", with the novice swim-
mers. The varsity swimmers will basketball standingsthru 1812 ROBINETTE DR
take to the water at 10:00 a.m. January 17, are as follows: PHONE 264-6491 WE TRADE

This outstanding sporting eyent
will test both varsity and novice National League

swimmers in age groups 7-17
from the Jacksonville and Saint VP-18
Augustine areas, and will include FICEUR 2-0
several state champions. VP-30 2-0 IT'S THE DIFFERENCE YOU
Included among the champions is Comm. 2-1
Mr. Holt Manus, the Florida! Jun- VU-l0 I-I 1-1 PAY THAT COUNTS !
ior Diving Champion who will be NARTU AND AT
WESTSIDE: : giving diving exhibitions throughout VAP-62 0-2
the day commencing at 8:30
a.m. with his first exhibition.The Comm. orr. Mess 0-2 ROBERTS CHEVROLET
IlJ entrance fee for varisty and MARTD 0-2
LINL novice swimmers is twentyfivecents FAETU
an event, per swimmer, including VP-7 0-0 AND OLDSMOBILEGreen

SERVING relays, with the maximumfee American League
SOUTHWEST for the three main events and
Cove FloridaJUST
DUVAL VP-5 4-0 Springs
two relays set at $1.25. All par- ,
COUNTY AIC Malnt 2-0
WITH ticipants In both novice and var- 2-0 18 MINUTES FROM NAS, SOUTH ON HIWAY 17
COMPLETE reminded that they
sity events are
CONVENIENT must have a current AAU Card. 679th 2-1 JACKSONVILLE PHONE: G. C. S. PHONE:
MODERN VA-45 1-1
have been made 264-9400
COMMERCIAL Arrangements VA-35 1-1 264-9580

SERVICES BANKING be for cleared all visiting through automobiles the NAS Main to Marines Hosp. 0-1 0-2 THE DIFFERENCE IS LESS !
1 Directions to
Gate without delay. Dlsp. 0-2
: will be clearly
rv"l'[>*li'-S)0**-! ?Prrr.-" '"'':70"AAI-' !*f>?**.-All

\& 11 The Greatest Show On Earth" SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY!

: The Rlngling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey circus starts its 94th W. H. FERGUSON
season this month and will give eight performances In five days at Mgr.
Coliseum, Thursday through Saturday, Jan. 23-25 and
the Jacksonville RESIDENCE PHONE EV JMJ76D
I OUlEVAtD LANDING 771-(:161 Monday Jan. 27 at 8:00 p.m.
Matinees are planned for? Ian. 24 at 4 P.m. and Jar. 25 at 2:30 p.rruand J. W. Williams Walter Lu\'as
26 at 1 and 5 p.m. Reserved seats are priced at
on Sunday RES PHONE 284.3119 RES PHONE 284.9633JANUARY
12 admitted at half priceat
and $1.50 Children under are
Member of FDIC $3.50 $2.50
all'Matlnees except Jan. 26.

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HERE, TAKE THAT--Rear Ad. A well-rounded man is
ad miral Robert Goldthwoite' sendsa
sw not an individual; he is just a
smashing serve across the nets statistical
generality. He Is a
in a recent victory for ComFalr- meatball, the lean and the fat all
Jax in the Intramural Sports Pro
ground together.Russell Lynes.
gram. ComFairJax shutout VP.30 Surfeit of Honey (Harpers).
50. (Navy Photo by Harold Benson

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CAGs ReclesigHted

Carrier Air Wings

This is to bring eveiyone up
CHAMPS-These nine members of the AEM Volleyball to date on the new redesignation ;'

team received trophies for their trouble ,In, winning the NATTU of the Carrier Air Groups which 1 '

", Intramural race. Pictured (L'to R), front row, Capt. C. G. Strum, will be known now as Carrier a

NATTU Commanding Officer, who presented the trophies, HenryE. Air Wings. c __ I
Vandenberg, AECS Harry K. Shelley, AEC, Samuel B. Mowrey, Recent misunderstanding as to
AEI, Reuben F. Fosoenner, AE] back row, George M. Mosier, the organization and size of the
AEC James E. Donnelly, AECS, Harvey L. Murphy, AE1, LeonB. units embarked on Attack Aircraft
Pace, Jr., AE1, and Louis A. Caron, AEI. (Navy Photo by D. Carrier (CVA) have Indicated a
W. Warren need to describe such units In a
-- more accurate fashion.
Saturday, January 25 The total number of aircraft
MoviesMovies operating from the carriers are the ONE place to

Malnslde FBI Story James approximately the same size as
will be shown regularly Stewart, Vera Miles other organizations designated as call for

at 7 p.m. on Monday through Sat- NATTUnlt House of Fright wings. It Is not generally recog-
urday; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Paul Massi, Dawn Adams nized that the Attack Carrier Air

Saturday and Sunday, at the Main- Hospital Battle Cry, Van Hef- Group, as It I Is presently known
side and NATTU Theaters and at lin, Aldo RaySunday is so large and so able. Some !

7 p.m. only on Sunday at the Hos- January 26 naval personnel frequently do not
pital Theater. These times are appreciate that the Attack Carrier imoneyPhone
Mainslde Twice Told Tales Air Group comprises just as
subject to change. many
Vincent Price, Marl Blanchard aircraft with equal military capabilities Beneficiat! Get cash double-fast for any good reason
Thursday" January 23 NATTUnit FBI Story James as most comparable air furloughs, expenses, bills you-name'it! And get

Malnslde Battle Cry Van Hef- Stewart Vera Miles wings in the military establish- Beneficial! International Credit Card, too, for Immediate
lin, Aldo Ray Hospital House of Fright Paul ments. Cash Loan Service at any affiliated Beneficial office anywhere

NATTUnlt 20.000 Leagues Under Massi, Dawn Adams PHONE HOMESP Beneficial likes to say "Yes!" Call now!
The Sea Kirk Douglas, James
Mason Monday January 27 1-3770 SP 1.0250
Hospital Pyro the Man Without Malnside McLlntock Joh i WE WIRE FLOWERS

A -BarrySullivanMartha Wayne, Maureen O'Hara I.NATTUnit' SYSTEM
Hyer Twice Told Tales -. WecotuiZ
Vincent Price. Marl Blanqh&rd Loans up to $600 on Furniture Car or Note
t Hospital FBI Story James Ff At JACKSONVILLE- Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville
MalnslA Tiouse of Fright Paul Stewart Vera Miles 311 West Bay St.. Mayflower Hotel ELgin 3.4473
r03n1 ST. & WESCONNETT BLVD. -5059 Normandy Blvd. (Near Normandy Drive-in). -4-4595
Massi Dawn Adams
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