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Creation Date: February 13, 1964
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official 1 1 expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does constitute an endorsement ,of any military department of the products or services advertised.

VOL. 21 NO. 47 Jacksonville, Florida S FEBRUARY 13, 1964



Keymen Urged To Contact 100 % In


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NHA-FSJC Fund Raising CampaignThe


kickoff for the 1964 thwaite
rally ComFairJax/ComNabSix; Association; Muscular Dystrophy
National Health Agencies Federal Captain John D. Sullivan, NAS Association of American Inc;
Services Joint Crusade Campaignwas Supply Officer who is serving as National Association for Retarded
held at King Hall last Thurs- the co-chairman for the Navy In Children, Inc; National Society for
day with all keymen attending. the Jacksonville area; and Capt. Crippled Children and Adults, Inc;
Guest speakers for gathering James R. Compton, NAS Commanding National Society for the Preventionof
were Rear Admiral Robert Gold- Officer. Blindness and the National

Emphasis was placed on two
points to the audience. First, the (See Keyman Page 6))

keymen were asked to attempt to
Blackbirds 1,000 Naval
S contact every prospective contributor -
i so that each person will

Pickup Nest be afforded an opportunity to Air ReservesInspected
,
2 r"t participate in the six-week cam-
t paign.
a t Move To CecilAttack I Secondly, once the keyman
26,000 BABY BORN IN the Naval Hospital Jacksonville was named makes his contacts he should encourage -
Scott Alan Eastman and is being held by the proud parents Mr. the contributors to de- The highlight of the year for
and Mrs. Squadron 45 at NAS Jacksonville wishto more than 1,000 Naval Air Reservists -
F. Eastman.
Raymond Raymond Eastman is a YN2 at signated.which agencies they
Cecil Field, Naval Air Station. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)26OOOth ) will celebrate Its 1st receive or participate In their from Florida and South
last weekend with
Feb-
came
birthday on Saturday 15 contribution. Georgia
ruary, with a move to the Naval The MIA and FSJC Is one of the Annual Military Inspection here
Baby Born. Air Station Cecil and a change three annual fund-raising cam- of NARTU lax and Its 14 Selected -

of Its basic mission.Commissioned paigns authorized to conduct on Squadrons.
At Naval only a year ago, the-job solicitation of Government RAdm. George P. Koch
HospitalA the squadron has been training all employees.The CNARESTRA. and RAdm Robert
Atlantic Fleet All pilots before seven recognized health Goldthwaite, ComFalrJ ax/Com-
new "bootling", checking In at six pounds eight ouncesSunday. they went into their permanent agencies participating in the Duval NabSIx, conducted the annual inspection -
Feb. 9 at 9:51 p.m., became the 26,000 baby to be born at the Jacksonville squadron. Now with the move to County-Jacksonville area cam- of the reservists Sat-

Naval Hospital. Cecil the squadron will drop paign are: American Cancer So- urday night. Appearing on thepro-
American Heart gram were the Naval Air Train-
He is Scott Alan Eastman,son (See Blackbirds Page ; ing Command Choir from Pensa-
of Yeoman Second Class and Mrs. cola and the ComFairJax Band.
1 Raymond F. Eastman of 8040 7)A The inspection and ceremonieswere
J Lourdes Drive, Jacksonville. The : attended by about 450 per- -

nk?, is 54 elder Eastman works with the Administration ..-( > ... .. sons. Following the Inspection receptions -
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Department at NAS ,, : were held at the Of fleers
Cecil Field.Yesterday. :i, i" ; Club and Blue Jackets Inn In honor
i.
.. 't A- of RAdm.Kock whose headquarters
.
L3Lci formal ceremonieswere .. '',8", are located at the Glenview IlL,
?, .
planned to be held outsidethe Ik", I"'c',,"" ". '"-',, '', ','-",',",','"'.. ",,""',." Naval Air Station.
for the "
: Dependent's Hospital "" The Annual Inspection NARTU
traditional planting of a crape- Jax's active duty personnel was
d myrtle tree. The planting of one held Friday afternoon In Hangar
of these trees is a tribute to each 113. An informal meeting of RAdm.
1,000 babies born at the hospital.An Koch and Navy League and Cham-
Serviceman Gwartney attempt was made by the ber of Commerce officials in the
hospital's public relations depart- River Club of the Atlantic Coast
A/C Maint Plane ment to have the first child bornat Line building In Jacksonville followed -

the hospital to attend the 26,000th TWO ADMIRALS-RAdm. George P. Koch, Chief Naval Reservist the Friday event.

tree-planting ceremonies. Training (R) and RAdm. Robert Goldthwaite, ComFairJax, ComNab. In conjunction with the Admiral's
Captain Selected First born here on Dec. 13, visit to NARTU Jax were staff
'' Six, inspect the NARTU Jax Franklin D. Roosevelt Sea Cadet
1944 was Jerry Wayne Spring, Squadron. Later Saturday night they inspected the more than l.OOC 0 I inspections of the Service Information -
the son of Alvin B. Spring who at and Leadership divisions of ..
HAS 'Serviceman'Eager Naval Air Reservists who train monthly at NARTU Jax at the -
the time third class
was a the local unitAnother
Annual Military Inspection of the local unit and its squadrons.
assumption of leadership machinist mate. (Navy Photo) highlight of the weekendwas
direction and exceptional performance a half hour television specialat
of duties has for Air- Jerry, who now lives in Okla- which
9:30
won an BuPers Announces Rules : Sunday morning on
homa City, Oka., regretfully Informed -
craft Maintenance Department RAdm. Kock Capt. S. L. Lanier
plane captain the honors as NAS the hospital officials that For I NARTU C. 0., and the Pensacola .
Jacksonville's Serviceman of the due to another expectancy, in his Choir appeared. The color; producSee -
family he would be unable to attend -
Month for .
January.He All-Navy Cartoon ContestThe ( Air Reserves Page 6)
is George E. Gwartney,

ADR1, who leads the crew of ninth All-Navy Comic Car- must be in black Ink on 8" x 10 1/2"

C-131 aircraft. ; toon Contest, sponsored by the white paper or illustration board.In .
Gwartney's selection as the Chief of Naval Personnel, has addition, the following Information a
Station's Serviceman stems from a 1; gotten underway throughout the and statements must be

long series of congratulatory occasions J JM Navy, with a deadline submissiondate securely attached directly to the
many from VIPs, others t? set for June L back of each entry:
from high ranking naval officers A11 active Full of I
Navy personnel on duty ((1)) name originator.
One such occasion was In April and their
dependents are eligibleto ((2)) Rate/grade.
of last year when the Station A/C submit: entries, which must havea ((3)) Service/file number.
Maintenance Officer receive a let- theme be station.
Navy or background ((4)) Duty .
ter of appreciation from Commander comic or gag or situation car- ((5)) Name of hometown and home- "
Fleet Air Jacksonville for toons, and suitable for generaluse. town newspaper (s).
the fine condition of the C-13L ((6)) Command recreation fund "N. hurry oe tfc.f. H.rris. .
The letter stated that the per- A contestant enter as administrator. Uk .11!! .itht if MC.M.nr.M'K'
may many
"Oh, oK, tore h. come., putting in for hi S
(See Seniceman Page 6)h tn".f......... cartoons as he wishes. Each entry (See Cdr/ocns Page 6)



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8:30'am.Service of rbly Com- The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
munion distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station
9:30 a.m.Service of Divine Wor- Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company i
ship private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
9:30 a.m. Sunday School for ages 5 NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
3 through 16. Bldg. 722 Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12'00' noon on Monday before
1I:1>Oa.m. Service of Divine Wor- publication. News items are welcomed from all sources.

ship Telephone EV.9-7711, Ext. 8162. .
6:30: p.m. Youth Fellowship Advertisements solicited the publisher queries
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WEDNESDAY' 4- '- concerning such should be directed the Holt Publishing

4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Re- Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida-
hearsal Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271.

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VOL. 21 NO. 47 FEBRUARY 13, 1964Chaplain's


Catholic Services at St. Edward's '

Chapel, NATTU and Naval Hospital "4 f -

SUNDAY" MASS Message I IThis

6:30 a.m. U. S. Naval Hospital PFQS'E
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. F/RE9/Q/-ITEP F. J. Murray, Chaplain USNR

Edward's Chapel r r week marks the beginning laws and to decisions of others.It .
DAILY" MASS of another season of Lent. The should be unselfish and it cannot
IfcSO a.m. St. Edward's Chapel observance of this holy season co-exist with Irresponsibility.
MONDAY & TUESDAY varies with different faiths. The Neither the spirit of sacrificenor

4:15 p.m. King Hall NATTU Loved Ones Suffer underlying spirit, however, that of self-discipline can be achieved
FRIDAY personal sacrifice and discipline is without a struggleconstant

12:05 p.m. U. S. Naval Hospital common to all. We realize that struggle with your own human
SATURDAY If We're HaphazardTHE these are laudable goals, even weakness. Common sense teaches
9:00 a.m. StEdward's Chapel though we may differ somewhat in that you will never be able to make
CONFESSIONS-SA TURDA Y VOLUNTEER fire company of East Junket Falls is in hot water. the means of learning and achiev- the supreme sacrifice if you cannot
7.00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before There hasn't been a blaze in East Junket Falls for nigh onto 35 ing them. They are intended to make simple sacrifices. You
Masses 1 years-not since Caleb Thatcher's corn crib caught fire- and the purify your spirit and free you for will never have discipline in great
Catechism Classes: Grade School volunteer firemen kind of let things slip. noble effort in a God-centered crisis if you have no disciplineis
SATURDAY They forgot where they put their hoses, their axes and their fire and God-created world. small tests. Lent reminds us
engine. The town hall is blazing away to cinders-and they aren't Sacrifice if the giving of your- all that you must make any struggle
10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities prepared for the emergency.How self In the service of others. In necessary to achieve these goals.

building 722NURSERY about you? How tidy are your affairs? religion it is the offering of your Without them, fellow service men
If you should die tomorrow (and who can assure you that you won't?) life and finest possessions to the you cannot say as the poem In-
The Naval Air Station Nursery 1 do your dependents know where all your records are located? worship of your Maker. To the victus says: "I I am the master of
located In Building 560 on Child Where's your birth certificate? Your insurance policy? Your service men it is your willingness my fate, I am the captain of my
Street, opens at8:15 a.m. on Sunday tax receipts? Your marriage license? Your employment records? to pay with your life should soul".
tnerntag. Parents attending Oh, they're around some place? You can't tell anybody where these your country's welfare demand it.
Sunday Masses or Protestant ser vital records are when your's six feet under the turf. To the citizen it is the willingness Blood
Donors
vices may leave young children in Death, accident and Illness can strike swiftly-without warning. Why to give of your time and
the nursery without charge. ,not spend the next week arranging your personal affairs? Make outa effort In causes great and small
will. Put it along with your other personal records in a safe place. when your Nation or neighbor requires NamedThe
Station Traffic And tell your dependents where they can be found. It. To the almsgiver it
The boy scouts are right, brother. Be Prepared I (AFPS) means parting with hard-earned following enlisted persons
funds recently donated blood to the Naval
aid
to a distant unknown
ViolationsFollowing Bonds Chapels Hold underprivileged brother. To the Hospital Blood Donor Center.
Savings
parent It Is lovingly burning out Donors from the NAS Station
Is a report of traffic Lenten ServicesLenten your finest years raising children Brig were: Robert J. Apman, FR;
violations for the Feb- Kenneth AR Robert L
period who often are unappreciative. In E. Bently, ;
ruary, 2 through February 8. Option For season services of Holy all these cases, it is to give and Browning, AR; Richard F. Gaze-
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis Communion will be held daily except not to count the cost. In Lent ley, SN; Howard Means, AA1 Edwin
for Fridays and Saturdays, we are particularly reminded thatto L. Mercay SR; Reynold J.
week (Feb 2.8).4) Tax RefundWhen according to the rite of the the God of Christians sacrifice Reino, PVT; Gregory S. Rickey,
Total accidents this throughFeb. Episcopal Church in All Saints' AR SA PVT
year was the free offering of His ; James E. Sams, ;
8, 1964 . . .22 you get your 1963 tax return Chapel at 12:00 noon. Life for the sins of His people.In Alvin R. Smith, PVT; and PVT
Total Accidents through February (Form' 1040)), take a look at On Wednesday the Holy Com- Imitation of this, already noble Lowry Smith.
1963 .43 munion will be preceeded by the Donor from the Staff NAS
line 23 on the bottom'of the page.It sacrifices take on added religious Brig
Number of days since last Injury gives you the option of taking Litany. meaning. WAS toward C. Shelley, YN3.
In motor vehicle accident 9 your refund in U. S. Savings Bonds Discipline, on the other hand refers Donors from NAS Supply were:
NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis instead of a check for the total CI&E Offers to control of yourself. It David E. Crawford, AN; LeonardE.
amount.' Is the ordered and Clark, AA; Bruce A. Droms,
week (Feb 2-8)) . 71 There are two big advantages to of your life. True regulated living SA; Terr)' L. Hendrix, SA: RobertP.
. Absentee Ballots discipline Is
Speeding . 13 this feature. Lewis,
First Kelleher AK3
taking your refund more than acting correctly under ; HerrryR.
Reckless .
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Drlning .4
In AK1 Ronda Lewis AK3 RonaldL.
Savings Bonds gives you an supervision. True ; F. ;
Going through Stop Sign . 4 easy way to hang onto It.Secondly, To HAS PersonnelThe l J self-discipline based discipline on is Mathews, AN; Calvin E. Pope,
Other strong
Violations . 50 AK3
when ;
Bonds Predmore
your mature, your refund will-power, respect for authority AN; Thomas J.
becomed 33 1/3 per cent Federal Voting Assistance and deep convictions. It means sub- William L. Sinns, SK2; Joseph R.
before Thirty-four the Traffic drivers appeared Boardat bigger. You get back $4 for every Act of 1955 is designed to help ordinating your own desires to just Walter, AN and Gerald L. Zim-
Hearing $3.You active duty members of the Armed mer, AN.Donors.
the meeting held on February also get a nice red, white Forces, and their dependents, t to from Aircraft [Maintenance
10. Disposition of the cases includethe and, blue feeling from knowing: vote by absentee ballot when their NAS ChaplainTo were: James E. Helnzman,
following: ten lost driving and j t t' you're :helping yourcountry's: duty or services require them to AMS3; Clifton D. Hess. MMC I ; Ed
parking privileges aboard station I future as well as providing for be away from their legal voting Appear ward A. Juskowski, AKl; Jack E.
for: various'periods: 12: assignedto :.your,own.- places at election time.A Mack, AME2; Bernard J. Me-
,can]fete.an; eight-hpiti course : hinkit, : over :when} you ask forytr special application form i is On Anallen, FA; Dennis 0. Pierson
In.*in.femedaldrlvtng. ( Instructions; refund 'this year, and remember printed for use of persons cover Local TVCdr. AN; and Arthur J. Proteau, AA.
18 hadf suspended penalties; these thoughts about, :)the ed by the Act. This Is called Federal Robert Donors from the NAS Dispensarywere )
W.
two'{Stegtvenwarninosfivewer: ( Series E Savings' Bond: YOU can Post Card Application for USN Radcllffe, CHC, : Kermit C. HarsonHNMn;
Naval
,
Air
dismissed :
Station
and two were: referred buy; Bonds:where you work on the, Absentee Ballot and may be usedto has been Jacksonville sel R. Houtz, HM1; Carl W. Johnson
to cOfnm ding officers for. Payroll Sayings ;l'ianE' ;I You pay apply for an absentee ballot and Pastor's Study conducting the HN; Walter A. Ray, HM2;
possible i dlsciplinary'action.An no state or Ocal tax and can defer registration If the state or territory during this week program of on WJXT and Oakley E. Schneider, HMC.The .
; the federal tax or .!interest until so authorizes. through 14. February 10 donor from NAS Chaplains
':'ingorantj adult is more dangerous 'the bonds cashed Chaplain Radcliffe can
are ; You can Applications for registration and I be seen tomorrow Office was Charles D. Dedenbach,
tharf an Ignorant child because get your money when you need It; absentee ballot must be made as i at which time he morning at 6:45,
"I :the Ignorance level l of r ,the and your: bonds, are replaced free early as the state permits. Formsof : devotional will for deliver the AA.The donor from NAS Finance
adult rises (as his Knowledge gap. if lost, destroyed 'stolen. this message the day.
or type are available for all 1 1 The Pastor's Office was Junior L. Myre, DK2.
'wider and wider. Wilber V. ''Let's Study Is a public
grows keep freedom in our future eligible personnel at the CI&E; service program of Donors from NAS Dental were:
Dell, Michigan Educational Jnl. with U. S. Savings Bonds. Office, Bldg. 955. vision 4. KJXT, Tele- Douglas C. Shirer, DT3 and

Eleanor A. Strickland, DT3.



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FEBRUARY 13, 1964 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 3



Seabees' Thirty Civilian Employees



CompriseFire Receive Suggestion ChecksThirty

CrewMcMurdo

civilian employees were $25 Herbert A. Mynatt and Olen
Station Antarctica -- presented with beneflcal sug- L. Henry O&R; $25 Joyce J.
(NAVNEWS) -- On a cold winter's gestion awards for the month. The Mathis O&R; $25 Jesse E.
evening the thought of an open fire checks totaling$1185.went to three Crawford O&R; $25 William A,
usually brings comfort and an air departments: Overhaul and Repair Thomas. O&R and Horace Music.
of gaiety to most, but to the men Public Works and Supply. Public Works Dept.; $15 BenD. Jacksonville
of Operation Deep Freeze spells The largest award $200 wentto Ingram. O&R; $15 HomerJ.
the worst danger possible. Malvin J. Ward of O&R for Eldridge O&R; $15 Wilbur
At McMurdo Station, the Navy's his suggestion in the use of stain- Neal, O&R; $15 George Kasrias.
largest logistic support base for less steel tubing lancers For attachment O&R; $15 Hugh M. Hays. Public
scientists doing research work In to the blasting nozzles Works; and $15 James E.Haspel.
Antarctica, 'a small but efficient of the glass bead machine. These' O&R.
fire fighting crew mans the "Pen- attachments provide access to --
quin Fire Department." areas for cleaning which other-
Seven Seabees comprise this wise could not be reached without
crew under Fire Chief Fred E. extensive disassembly of the part
Irby. Chief Utllltiesman Irby Is before cleaning.The .
not only fire chief of McMurdo, second largest check $130 I
but his precinct extends to the went to John T. Pitts O&R for :
other four U.S. Antarctic stationsas his "Hell-Arc Welding Torch As-
well. All seven men have received sembly", This suggester proposesthat
training and Instruction and spare power cables be made
know well the "A, B, C's" of available so that the welding oper-
fire fighting. ator can make the replacement ,
Fire plugs, pumping stations and himself and continue using the
high pressure hoses are non- same torch.
existent in this frozen land and Other cash award winners were:
all water used on the continentis $95 W.C. Wills and Hewitt A.
melted Ice and snow. This Isa Siemann O&R; $65 Wilder P.
lengthy, time-consuming process Long, Public Works; $60 Cal- 4538 SAN JUAN AVE.
which precludes extensive use of vin A. Gore Jr. and James J. -
water in fighting fires. Panipinto. O&R; $50 Clyde
Dry chemical a versatile Mitchell O&R; $50 Raymond A. 1 YEAR GUARANTEE WARRANTY ON ALL CARS
powder-like extinguishing agent is Murdick and Thomas C, Cairms
the mainstay of the Seabee's fire O&R; $45 Wallace L. Small "
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fighting equipment and takes the Supply Dept.; $40 Robert Elliott, 4L:t.1 -Ic'63
place of water. The firemen have Jr. O&R' ; $35 Wlllard D. Cliett, '
two vehicles, each carrying a Public Works; $25 Henry A. &" -
2,000-pound dry chemical con- Vorpe, O&R; $25 John P. Dun-
tainer plus six fire extinguishersand can and James P. Leigh O&R;

tools. A fire trailer used $25 Harold M. Palmer, O&R; OLDS CUTLASS . .$2399 '61 CHEV . . .' .$\088
mostly on outside fires, holdsa $30 James E. Mack and Wil- Hardtop like new 2 door Sedan
1,000-pound dry chemical con- liam Vander Wai, O&R; $25 -
tainer and a 100-gallonwatertank. Kenneth D. Vincent and Adolph At \ ; 7
Each vehicle has a two-way radio.A Fulford O&R; $25 Ray J. Wil- a .wAn. w.
minor fire at McMurdo couldbe kins and Johnnie W. Lacy O&R; = ... = .
hazardous If unchecked. $25 William J. Kenyon Jr O&R; -. -
Antarctica's cold dry air.coupled
with often violent winds, could
spread a fire easily In a matterof '63 FORD XL HARDTOP . .$2599 '60 CHEY. HARDTOP ; .,.., .$1299i. -
minutes costing thousands of V-8Auto transmission. Radio. Heater, 4 dr. Extra clean
dollars damage and possibly human Power steering and brakes.

life. The men are on duty 24 .
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hours a day seven days a weekto ,: 4
prevent this. "Each man gets .. .
one day off a week," says Chief w t ,
Irby, "but If the fire siren goes, .

he's back working again." '61 CHEY. IMPALA . . .$1688 '55 CHEV. DEL RAY . . $499

The fire phone is linked with Coupe Hardtop V8,Auto., Radio. Heater 2 door. Radio, Heater.

the phone manned by the Junior 58 CHEY CONY . .. .$799 58 RENAULT DR . . .$499
Officer of the Day In the Ad-
V8 Automatic, Radio, heater.Power sleerRadio, heater.
ministrative Building. When some- Brakes. 60 DODGE ...... . .. . $1099
one calls "333," both the fire ing & ,
WESTSIDECOMMERCIAL . $1399 One owner, Low mileage. '
station and the JOOD phones 59 PONTIAC 9 PASSENGER
58 PONTIAC BONNEVI LLE . $599
ring simultaneously. McMurdo'spublic Safari Wagon. Full Power.
address system Is also 91 59 CHEV 2 DR SEDAN . s m Power steering and brakes.

pressed Into action when there'sa One owner like new. 54 FORD SEDAN . . .$150
fire reported. Everyone except 59 FORD WAGON, 4 DR . $799 63 T-BIRD LANDAU . . $3699 ..
fire fighters are warned to remain scavtNc Radio, heater automatic. Full Power and air conditioned.
In working or berthing BEST
spaces. ouvat.l OUNTE. WE APPRECIATE THE OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE
All seven fire fighters are new WITH
to Antarctica. Most of them arrived :1 OtLTEooNvalarr SERVICE PERSONNEL
at McMurdo In mid-October
relieving wintering-over per- MODERN Ttliphou EV 44536
sonnel. They In turn will winter- BANKING '
over on the lonely continent from SERVICES
March until October. Here they
will experience some of the
AM.rAa111 Am-1M Aa.
... .
+ r..w-I aAr..A1riF IML..a
toughest weather In the world:high F ; AA.1r AH pqL
winds, sub-zero temperatures,
snow, and 24 hours of darkness
each day.

Guarding against fire Is their
business, and they are doing a
major job in supporting science
14J.I "" *>
and unlocking the secrets of the 771.6161Member rr .
vast Antarctic. (James R. Price,

J03, U.S. Naval Support Force of FDIC
Antarctica)






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famed Blackbirds of Attack

.4 Squadron 45 can justly be flying
\ of last week's
.I.II high as a result
ADMAT inspection.
Although it was commissionedless
I ::. 1 than a year ago the squadron
received a 95.03 per cent "Out-
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1 standing" mark -- the highest
; grade earned in Carrier Air Wing
ANOTHER STRIPE..that's what LCdr.M. C. Premo Assistant 4 this year.Inspecting.
Maintenance Officer of VP-45 (center) recently received in the the squadron was Rear
office of Cdr. J. H. Chapman, Officer in Charge of VP-45 (L) Admiral Robert Goldthwaite,Com-
LCdr.Premo was promoted to LCdr.prior to four days short of having Fairjax and key members of his
II 23 years active duty. This is a limited duty promotion. The staff. RAdm. Goldthwatte, upon
new Lieutenant Commander's wife Millie (R) and Cdr. Chapmanpin completion of the Inspection, told Soviet SeapowerClosing
on new shoulder boards. (Navy Photo) Cdr. R.P. Renaldi, squadron skip- Growing
per, "You can be justly proud of

YUKON DINERJust your ualations.the enviable squadron." accomplishment My congrat-of Gap Between U.S.


An example of the overall excellence -

outside Main Gat -2nd Door from Yukon Post Office of the squadron's various As members of the Armed Forces, we are vitally concerned with
departments can be found in the anything that affects the balance of power between the Western Allies
I BEST HAMBURGERS YOU CAN FIND comments made by the inspectorsof and the Communist Bloc. The continuing expansion of the Soviet

OPEN 1000 to 0100SANDWICHES barracks spaces assigned tothe Nay seriously threatens this balance.
unit CaptainH.C.GrothjahnCom- of
At the end
Fairjax Assistant Chief of Staff War Russia's point Is made In the 1963-64 edition
COLD DRAFT AND BOTTLE BEER for Readiness, said that the bar- largest in the of the authoritive Jane's
PHONE 38.79351 racks were the best in the area. Russian Navy is Fighting Ships

r Captain R.D. Nauman, Senior tinues to close "It somewhat, ironical that
Medical Officer, went a step Itself and the
while the of the mighty United
navy
further in that VP-45's
declaring fi
which remains
States the senior of the
partner
Up in the air witha Navy.barracks" The were barracks"the best received in the a Soviets This seven brought becoming victorious top Allies heavy, Is with in the danger weight of

rating of 99 per cent. alteration of the
war-built hulls-
of Its outdated,
A projection of although of course the U.S.A. has
problem ? sian shipbuilding built In recent years the biggestand
money II to the present,
most sophisticated warshipsIn
.-.. comfortable every major categorythe
'-.-....- -' is a montage of a navies of the so-called defeated
-- of submarines
-- ESI nations are rising on a pinnacleof
nuclear
powered,
new steel, unfettered by the dead
equipped; a wood of a generation gone,"Jane'ssaid.
face
guided ; .
world's largest
"The U.S.S.R. has made sufficient
"' s car insurance buy- fleet of fishing ; progress with the buildingof
.:=.w' famous low rates large fleet of a new spearhead In the shapeof

._... :- and top.ervice. in ographic a massive new warships, Including guided '
---=w-;:
missile and nuclear submarines
Contact me today I The most ships I
that she has been able to dis
\. i this concentrated card her tall of
; long streaming :
JOE gram is that the
placing and older warships.
-' "The Soviet Navy has the most
r-- with new ships.
iLUTEN: ing on powerful submarine fleet the world
has ever known. Even exclud
of old hulls to
Phone 771.6400 modern naval ing training and obsolescent units,
3811 Blandini-Blvd this is also true Center"r there are believed to be over 400
STATE navies--notably effective submarines Including 25
MrtiuUrtMraklU' FARMr--) nuclear-powered, and over 40
taM OffiMi S... \ Italy scale, of Japan the and armed with guided missiles ACcording

has been truly to the commander In chiefof
the Soviet Navy, submarines
Get loan from HFCFor main
a GET AMISSILE constitute the Soviet Union's
"
striking force at sea.

real down-to-carth help with any money problem sec Jane's notes that Russia has
AGE world
"the
most powerful fleet the
HFC. More than 100,000 servicemen every year borrow has ever known." The U.S. Navy

":" with confidence from our military loan "\specialists: you enjoys an edge in nuclear sub

can, too. Get a Traxcloan for going; homo, a Shopper'sLoan : _. marine propulsion and most
for clothes or a car, a Payment Reducer or Bill NEW CARS American experts doubt that the

Payer Loan to consolidate dcbt! Just ask us. \\\, kium I ii Lowest Prices Russians have anything to match
the submarines -
potency of our Polaris
the best way to meet your need! Highest Trade-in Allowance .
s Easy Terms The Nicsst
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USED CARS duce a weapon comparable to

... ABOUT' CRI:IMT LI IK I\M"!R.VNCh: i Polaris In the near future. Also,
ON I.O.S1' t.ROl'P; RUh Okayed Used Cars at Two Big as Jane's points out, "It is not
5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Kings unreasonable to assume that, if
HOUSEHOLD FINANC S Full One-Year Guaranteed the United States can turn out
On Every Car Sold nuclear-powered submarines at
the rate of 10 or 12 per year,

SHOP IN THE SHADOW OF THE SO- so also can the Soviet Union _
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j Cedar Hills Center TROUBLE Never attempt to
,. Shopping @r GORDON bear more than one I kind of troubleat

... .j...: "' 3734. Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 once. Some people bear three
{:{j 3050'Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 "Jacksonville's kinds: All they have had, all the\
have now and all they expect to
until P.M.
Abort office open Friday erenlngt 8
have. Megtddo Message.

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I NAT U NEWS ROUNDUP NATTU Civilians Attend COUPS_ .

A Leadership Training Programfor Discussion topics Include Dig-
By D. W. Warren civilian employees of the nity, Rights and Responsibilities

76 Students Twosome Given Three Retire Naval Air Technical Training Unit American Citizens; Principles and

was scheduled to start last Monday, Documents of the USA; Economyand

I Feb. 10, and run through Feb. 24, the Free Enterprise System;

DonateBlood Commendations With 74yearTo ten working days.Discussion Socialism; Philosophy of Com-

munism; Comparison of Capitalistic -
Two NATTU men were com- topics were to be Socialistic
and Communistic
HospitalThe mended for out standing per- :Service SumThree presented twice a day, once In the Systems; Communism In Action;

formance of duty In a variety of morning and once In the afternoon, Communism'
Navy Officers with total the USA; Respon-
AE-A School topped all tasks upon being transferred from of more than 74 years military with all civilians required to attend sibilities of American Citizenship;
divisions of the Nayal Air Tech- the Naval Air Technical TrainingUnit. either the morning or after- Talk
service will be retired tomorrow on Communism; and Civilian
nical Training Unit'with 27 blood noon session each day. Personnel
(Jan 31)) at the Naval Air Tech- Information.
donors to the U.s.:ijaval Hosptial Floyd L. Gaskins, ENCS, who nical Training Unit here.
Blood Bank during j was transferred to the Shore Let Mrs. Anderson Prepare A Delicious Dinner In Her Own Kitchen For YouAnderson's
nuary. Ceremonies for Commander W.A.
Patrol, and James E. Odom, AK2,
AO-A School was'next with 21 Simpson and Chief Warrant Of-

followed by AO-B School with 12, who went to NAS GlyncoGa.werepresented ficer-2 J.A. Correll were held in Kitchen

AE-B ,School with 11, MPO with commendations Jan. 30 conjunction with the Naval, Air TAKE-OUT ORDERS ONLY
In the office of C. G.
Capt. Strum
5, Medical with 2 and MAD,Dental, Technical Training Unit's monthly

Special Services, Supply and NATTU Commanding Officer. Commanding Officer's Personnel Specializing In INDIVIDUAL
Chief Gaskins commendedfor
was E V 8-7205
Training Facilities, 1 each. inspection. Lieutenent CommanderE.W. OR
his of while CHICKEN OR
performance duty .
Altogether there were 76donors assigned as NATTU's Chief Mas- Bryant was not present for SIIRIMP DINNERS FAMILY SIZE
from: the ceremonies.Both .
ter at Arms. His duties Included
AE-A --RobertF.Amos, CDR Simpson and CWO
supervision of NATTU's MAA
AA; William F. Bellakoff, AA; Correll are former enlisted men.
force and responsibility for main-
John E. Bennett, AA; Richard E. CDR Simpson was commissionedand
taining good order and discipline t
Bossardet, AA; Fred Ceruno, AA; Ensign In March, 1942. CWO
Dag J. Dorph, AA; Thomas J. throughout the NATTU area. He Correll was appointed to War- 5857 Roosevelt Bfvd. 'Nk (Hours: II A.M. to 9 P.M

Ferguson, AA; Fred J. Hicks was credited with maintaining the, rant Officer In October 1959. U.S. 17 South (Closed On Monday)
high standards of personal
AA; Francis Mausley, AA;Charles appear- LCDR Bryant, a Chaplain, was
ance presented by personnel of the
P. Mayne, AA; James R. Perkins, commissioned and Ensign upon
MAA force, and was lauded for his
AA; Donald W. Pope, AA; HerbertC. entry In service July 22, 1942. ,
character
outstanding moral ,Initiative -
Reed, AA; John N. Smith, AA; and CDR Simpson enlisted In the
mature judgement.Chief .
Richard C. Smith, AA; SmlthStan- Navy in December 1933 at Birm-

ford, AN; William D. Vollrath Gaskins was transferredon ingham, Ala He advanced throughthe BLACK ANGUS
TAD orders to the Naval Air
AA; Ronald T. White, AA; Paul Aviation Machinist's Mate enlisted -
Station, Jacksonville, for
D. Womack, AA; and Donald F. assign- rating grade, and in Nov- Y
I Wood, ABF3. ment to Shore Patrol ember 1938 completed flight train- L
; :TL
M
Odom was commended for his Meat Companyor
t AO-A School- Richard W. performance as Leading Of- ing and was designated a Naval
Petty
f Boos, AA; Charles W. Harris, ficer of the First lieutenant/Mat-- Aviation Pilot. Just over 3 years "II steak
l AA; Isreal E. Miller, AA; DavidL. later u In March, 1942 -- he a steer" A Real Old-pashforted Meat Market
erial Division and as NATTU
Wilson, AA; Jerry W. Giddens, Transportation Supervisor. His commissioned an Ensign. 4029 Blanding Blvd. CEDAR HILLS 771.7362
AA; James J. Jones, AA; and CDR Simpson served as
James C. Robinson, AA. area of responsibility was the NATTU's Military Personnel Of-
NATTU Administration Building.His BLACK ANGUS FREEZER
here prior to his retirement.He .
Medical JackL. RussellJM2.AOB strong leadership qualitiesand wears the Air Medal, Navy

School --Ronald F. Curry, conscientious attitude toward Commendation Medal with Broze SPECIAL ";. '
AO-2 Tom H. Merriman A02 his work was noted In the com-
; ; "V", American Defense Service
2 Ibs.' CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS
Scylon S. Pike, A02; Alan C. mendation. It was also pointed out Medal, Asiatic-Pacific Campaign

Tacheny, A02; Thomas L. Vogt, that he frequently arrived well Medal with two stars, and World 3 'Ibs. GROUND BEEF

A01; Raymond C. Ward, A01; before working hours to assure War !II I Victory Medal. 2 Ibs. T-BONE
order and
himself that all in
and Jimmie W. Wenke, A02. was CWO Correll enlisted In the Navyin
often remained late insure that
to 2 Ibs. SIRLOIN
April 1941,and advanced throughthe
AO-A School -- Alan N. Bon- all was shipshape before securing. Aviation Ordnanceman
rating
durant, AA; William P. Morin, Keeping a pool of over age branch, being selected as a War- 2 Ibs. CUBE STEAK

AA; Wallace M. Whitlick, AN; vehicles In running condition and rant _Officer In October 1959. 2 CUT-UP FRYERS ((5 lb. Min.)

Ray E. Wolters, AA; and Leo training large numbers of per- CWO Correll wears the Distinguished -

I' Goreon, AA. sonnel to qualify as Navy driverswas Flying Cross, the Pre- $
also lauded in the commenda- sidential Unit Commendation, the 16 Ibs FOR 1O.
AE-B School -- Stanley R.
tion.Odom Good Conduct Medal (fifth award),
o I Brozusky, AE2; Cpl. Alva C. Car- was transferred Jan. 31 American Defense Service Medal, "Meat Is Our Business Our ONLY Business"WHYBUY

son; Gary E. Frank, AE3; LutherD. to the Naval Air Station, Glynco, American Campaign Medal Eur-

Lindsey, AE1; and John E. Ga.
opean-African-Middle East Cam-

Runion, AEL Branch 91 paign Medal, Asiatic-Pacific
MedicalPhilip. Morin,HM1.

MAD -- PFC Donald W. Shrubb. Fleet Reserve Association Campaign Medal Medal and, National the Defense,Unit
Service Navy ??
Branch 91 Is holding a Valentines
AO-A School -- Stanley Raison, Commendation.LCDR .
Day Dance Friday at 8 p.m., in
AA: Bennett L. Brady, AAHoraceL. ; Bryant, who served as
the Branch hall located just southof
Carr, AA; Michael S. Collier, NATTU's Senior Chaplain, enter-
Collins Road on U.S. 17. Music EQU ITY-OWNERSH IP.PR IDEINVESTMENT
AA; Daniel J. Lozon, AA; LewisL. ed the Navy July 22, 1942. He
local
will be provided by a top
Meckulch, AA; Stephen A. Pat- wears the National Defense Ser-

ton, AA; Jerald L. Smith, AA; western group. vice Medal, the Presidential Unit
and Thomas J. Westerling, AA. Each Wednesday evening begin-
Commendation with one star, the
members of the
ning at 8 p.m.,
AE-B School -- Willis G. Cald- European African Middle East
Branch are Invited to participatein
well, AE3; Bobby L. Robinett, Campaign Medal, Asiatic-Pacific
a shuffle board contest, held 4._
AE2; Reason Rowell, AE1; Har- Campaign Medal ??

vey Smith, A EGA; Johnny T. in the-hall- -- - .._ _0- ___ __ -_.

Brown, AE1; and Charles W. -

Howard, AE2. BELLAIR'S VALUES INCREASE
AO-B School -- Norman Case ROOSEVELT MALL

A02; Henry A. Dubois,AOC;Larry

L. Purkey, A02; Wilnot L. Sewell,

A03; and Ronald M. Wilson, AC1.

Norris MPO -G.- Mary Keeling V. Edmunds, PN2; RobertW. PN3; CAR WASHHOURS Resale or Rental??


Kelley, PN1; Larry R. Lloyd,
PN3; and Peggy J. Parker, SA. MONDAY thru SATURDAY am.6 p.m. WE NEED SOME NOW! !

Dental. John G. Davis, DT3.Special .

Woods, AA.Supply Services. -- Demon S. OPEN SUNDAYS 9:00: till:30: P.M.

-- Otho White, SA.
Training Facilities .. Cecilc M. i [Located in The Roosevelt Mall Shopping center on Roosevelt Blvdj


Spies, MA3. IS DOLLAR DAY
WED.
EVERY
AE-A School William C. BELLAIR

Barry, AN; Kenneth T. Bergman #
AN; Ronald G. Irwin, AN; William AUTO WAX APPLIED

H. Nicol, AA; Robert L. FREE WITH CAR 'WASH SOUtH BLANDING ON LEFTI

Rochell,
Riggen, AN; Arthur \'I.

AA; and William C. Troglin, AE3.





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PACE 6 JAX AIR NEWS -
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41 ., Air Reserves Serviceman Cartoon VP-45 Sailor Makes Clean

(Continued From Page 1)

don was aired on WFGA-TV,Channel (Continued From Page 1)) Contest

RAdm.Kock 12. left NARTU Jax Sun son responsible should be re- (Continued From Page I) Sweep Of British IslandIf

day morning for the New Orleans cognized.
Naval Air Station and the Annual Again in September Gwartney ((7)) A brief statement certifyingthe
Military Inspection of that reserve was the subject of another appreciative cartoon as originaL you're saving English coins
This time from for the 1963 English
facility. His headquarters are note. Each contestant must also Include and looking
the Officer of NAS the 1950 or '51 forgetIt.
Commanding the statement together penny or
located at the Naval Air Station, following
Glenview, 111.CAN. Jacksonville, Capt. James R. with his signature. "All The closest British colony Is
Compton, who was also aware of claims to the attached entry are Burmuda and believe It or not,
the Impressive appearance of the waived and I understand the Department there Isn't a penny to be had on

YOUTAKE C-131 aircraft. of the Navy may use as the. entire Island.
Last Friday, Capt. Compton desired." About the only place to obtain
YOUR CAR WITH YOU? summoned Gwartney to his office these rare pennies Is from L.M.
For Financing and Insurance where he presented the plane Before the entries can be sub- Sullivan at theNAS Parachute Loft
stateside and overseas, call captain with a check for $50 anda mitted, each entry form must be Sullivan and his boys cleaned Bur-

DYER M. BURR, representing free trip to St.Augustine courtesyof "forwarded" (signed) by the muda up,penny-wise.He discovered a Y.z
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES the USO, and a sincere "Well entrant's commanding officer or that the 1963 English penny
FINANCE CORPORATION & Done" upon being selected the Ser- his designated representative. was the last to be minted by the

INTERNATIONAL SERVICE viceman.A entries English mint before they changedto
Dependents submitting SCANNING FOR COINS L.
native of Westvllle, Okla., M.
INSURANCE COMPANY should supply all the appropriate the decimal system. Sullivan in his search for
and his wife Ann live
5613 Gwartney the word the rare
Road. Sullivan to
Timuquana spread
listed above -
Information as together coins to be bought and sold
PH. 771-0527 with their three children In Jack Burmuda and
with the statement, "I am newspapers pennies
sonville. (Navy Photo by Jerry Davis JOSH)
-- dependent of..............rate/grade'; began vanish from the little trop-
--------- -- -- --- -
I etc." ical Island. It seems that the pop- for the Disbursing Officer, because -
ulace became Interested In Sull
I Burmuda
put In a plea of
I
YouWIMfr Bowling for entries, ivan's and the banks,stores,
Deadline submitting story help for pennies, but It seems I
I 1 I II which will become the property of salesmen and even the Navy the Naval Base was fresh out
I CWJ1WL the Department of the Navy for Disbursing Officer ran short of A distress call went out to Nor-
use as desired Is June L All pennies.This folk for the coins but they haven't
I II entries must be mailed to the Chiefof proved a little embarrassing arrived. Burmuda is still a penni-
Iii &AIfD Naval Personnel (Attn: PersG less island.

11)). Keymen When Sullivan left the British
1838 Cassat Avenue PHONE EV 4-4556
I 24 Newly modernized lanes Fully conditioned For the five first place winners, (Continued From Page 1) Isles, the newspapers were
I BuPers will be forward All-Navy spreading the word that he was
I FREE Found-
Nursery Complete Restaurant Facilities Cystic Fibrosis Research
championship awards to the mistaken and that the English mint
Complete Pro Shop and Guaranteed Work ation.
.. I respective commanding officersfor was going to mint more of these
I II The Federal Service Joint
BRING THIS COUPON FOR ONE presentations. The winning pennies. This story was aimed at
Crusade Is composed of four
cartoons will be published In "All the populace to make them start
I FREE GAME Hands' magazine and suitable agencies CARE, Inc., Korean circulating their pennies, but it
I Foundation, Radio Free Europeand
notations will be made in the seems they still listened to Sull-
I WITH TWO PAID GAMES. Spec all Service Newsletter. (ED Project Hope. ivan and kept their money.
ADULTS ONLY, PLEASE. NOTE: Thanks to All-Hands for Campaign keymen began their Sullivan also admits that he was
last and will
allowing reproduction of previous collect contracts Individual Monday contributor en- the one that caused the 1951 English
AU-Navy cartoon entries). penny shortage. He realized their
---J March 20.
------------- ---- velopes through _
value about three years before the
news came out about their worth.
Vtl CJMHOT KHD Will HOT BE UNDER SOLD Guess who had them all?

-.4TOIL... When Sullivan left Burmuda, it

..,...............................,.................,................ confessed that It was
.V..N.............................:..... a poorer
.. . .
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... .. ... ...
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.
........................
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*Chrysler *Plymouth Valiant ..................................................................... but place because, not because he was he was leaving leaving witha

....:......:....:......:.... truck load of their pennies,

WE PLEDGE TO BEAT ALL ADVERTISED PRICES weighing 318 pounds.In the Their neighborhood worth isn't of

_. Approximately 18 'minutes from NAS South on HI way 17 figured up, but It took four men
to load them on the truck.

Sullivan has requested that any-
ClAYTON REVELS one Interested In coin collecting to
get In contact with him at the Naval
Air Station Parachute Loft at Ext.
CHRYSlEPtYMOUTH INC.
,, 492.By
the way, the going price on

1050 H. ORANGE AVE, GREEN COVE SPRINGS 1tONOR LIES IN HONEST the 51 penny now Is about $15
"-011.-/ to $30, but in ten years It's worth
will be about $200, if Ifs English

PHONE JAGKSQjyitLe DIRECT -264-6553 ...GRoveR OLEVELANlJ, that Is.

SCUTTLEBUTT

Netherland Navy I HQ CLOTHING
CHRYSLER
l C 155uEsJt
UTHORIZED DEALER MARK OF QUAUTY/
V MOTORS CORPORATION Hosted By VP-7
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Patrol Squadron Seven crewmen
recently hosted the crews of the
Royal Netherland Navy SP2H
"Neptunes" which were on their
way back to Valkenburg. Holland,
after undergoing progressive air-
craft rework at Lockheed In Bur- Z ,i
t- / bank, California.Cdr. .
R.J. Idzerda, of the Royal
Netherlands Navy forwarded a let-
We are tuned to ter to Patron Seven's Commanding -

Officer, Cdr. Phaon B. Derr, '
Navy Problems. Jr., in which he expressed his \
appreciation, fcr the kindness and 1
help VP-7 had offered so many
times in the past.
M% _" ..L l "-- Cdr. Idzerda also delivered an

Invitation to the men of VP7to
stop In at Valkenburg Naval W'ty
RIVERSIDE BANK Air Stations, which Is situated approximately -
.
In.
11 '
,.. ,
; halfway between \ LIKE THEM SAG
''j r.:; ,; 1234 KING ST. 384-7541 Iceland and Spain, the two countries JUST CAN'T AFFORD THAT
,
l, '1''tV"to D. In.or.d where the patrol squadron is MUCH / /
potit br hdaol Dtpot.1 Intvronv*Co parai on SHOE POLISH
stationed on split deployment.



FEBRUARY 13, 1964 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 7
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Alertness .



UMM' ''" "
.7 Earns SailorCommendation


I ,a
a II
;
a

f lit
The alertness of William H.
Butler ADR1 of VP-16 paid
off recently when he noticed smoke
coming from a 2F70 training device

near building 158, early one
morning.
Butler quickly reported the fire
to ComFairWing Eleven duty officer -

who in turn relayed the information -
ti'h'k to the NAS fire depart-
ment. An electrical fire was
'
r promptly discovered and extinguished -
In the costly piece of
equipment, saving the governmenta NO EXTRA COST TO THE GOVERNMENT-This life preserver,
possible loss of several thousand being observed by Lt. E.F. Bronson (left) and Lt. E. Macaskill

dollars. of VA-45, came from the Saratoga with a Marine Pilot that came
This action earned Butler let-
a
from Puerto Rico on one of VP-1's air craft with instructions to
LETTER OF COMMENDATION-Willfam H. Butler, ADFM 1, receives ter of commendation from CaptainL.P.
Pressler, Commander Fleet turn it in to VA-45 so that VA-35, who is deployed on the Sara
congratulations from VP-16's Commanding Officer, Com*
Air Wing Eleven. The letter was toga, could pick it up on one of it's runs and carry it back to the
mander L. H. Boutee Butler
February 6. was cited for reporting
presented to Butler by VP-lffs ship. The mission was accomplished by the squadrons at no addi
a fire that could have caused the Navy a great financial loss.Navy( Commanding Officer, Captain UH.Boutee. $23.50.lIf.
tional cost to the government to return a preserver to
Photo)
February 6.
it's rightful owner, the Saratoga. (We think!) (.Navy Photo by

Harold Benson, AA)
( ) Blair Named



Supply Personality k ". Peace tn//// not be achieved ;'

by repeating; worn-out propaganda "; sk

The Supply Department's "Per- themes or resetting; rusty old hap" r,
sonality of the Month" for January Secretary of State Dean Rusk '
is Lieutenant (jg) B. E. Blair, the i '; Q, '
purchase division and fleet reserve .vtr

officer.Lt. .
(jg) Blair was selected for '. i 6 1 / .
the excellence of his contributionto 4 ,4 ''Yu

the overall mission of the Sup- ':
ply Department, according to Captain ;
I J. D. Sullivan, Supply Officer. Ut ,
'
j Capt. Sullivan congratulated the J" --

. selectee for a commendable job ., i .f .
. of processing certain supply re- T ,, h. : f ,
:i
quirements. "Considering system '::s: '
<\ <: .
i shortages," said the captain, "he > yRCr 4d
i has matntainedaircraftoutofcom- Lt. (jg) B.E. Blair
mission because of parts rates at out the past year.A A
an exceptionally low level through- native of Macon. Ga., Ltjg( ) ,
Blair attended Mercer University t
prior to beginning his naval career .
jfr.rrw ...
,
as an enlisted man in January i
BlackbirdsConlinued 1947. At the time he received his j

commission as an ensign in the' ; : -_. -r
( From Page I 1)) Supply Corps through the LDO :)1:1y N- '

the A1H training and become an In January 1960, he had
program '
'
.... I
Instrument Training Squadron, advanced to a senior chief aviation ?
teaching Instrument flying to pilotsof storekeeper.A ZANY MAMIE-The pool ,1ftO, is
all Atlantic Fleet Squadrons rood, at you can tee, with Mantle NOW AT
letter of resignation from a
southtof Norfolk, Virginia.The Van Doren at part of the decora-
who quit to have a baby:
move and change of mis- woman lion. Mamie hat strange habits
"dear Boss, I'm getting too big
mission will see the squadronmove like stepping out of her pool In W MMCOf1
for this job. Florida Pharmaceutical -
from the famed prop-driven high heels and tearV /. J
All! aircraft into the F9F-T, a JnL .
two-seated jet. The squadron will .............. &oMeAbCuhoRACK

also have a few' T-28 aircraft, ;

a two-place prop-driven trainer.At .
Homesby
Cecil Field the squadron will Mobile :

move Into hangar 13 and begina TIME
period of retraining for their 4 r pricesPlay
own pilots and crewmen. They
by the rack and meet our
will also receive an incrementof
pilots from VA-44 which cur- i

training.Cdr.rently .handles the Instrument BEST'Something : RACK GIRL JERRY"BY


Richard Renaldi, Com- BY THE RACK
manding Officer of the Black- : new in Mobile Home Living... v

birds, says that the move will See the All-New "ARMOR" featuring + 6 BALL FA

"Inasmuch be advantageous as this to will the put Navy all, a Rear Hall (front and rear doors). 4 9 BALL JV CUE


Air the Jacksonville Wing Four on units the of same Carrier base .1,2 and 3 Bedrooms rl/2 1 Baths| 8 BALL 20t FOR 30* FOR 4

and provide for a much closer
working relationship between units t EXCEPTIONALLY LOW DOWN PAYMENTS A OR

of During the Wing.the" Blackbirds one yearat 4. BEST MOBilE i $1.50 PER HOUR

NAS Jacksonville they went I HOMES +
from the newest squadron in the + 5116 Blanding Blvd.

Navy 'to one of the best basedon 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU. [103rd AND BLANDING SHOPPING CENTER
their recent Administrative and 6100 103rd St. 3746 PHILIPS HIWAY* .
Material Inspection which found T 771-5244 359.2416 7712406Ltig
them number one In the Wing. .............






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The Firm Of .Want AdSectioN! :tl'

Two Naval Awards ,/ .\ ; ',.'

James E. Mead, (inc.

Secretary of the fJavy, Paul H. Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde Drive,
is pleased to announce Nitze, has announced that two big Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication -
the association of awards are coming up for ser- following Thursday. Adsarrivingtoolate for this dead

WALTER J. vicemen, civilians, and military line will be published the following week unless the publisheris
SCHUB USN ( )
RET radios and television.
newspapers, instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost

as military representative in their The Annual Navy League Awards of the ad must be received WITH the copy for the ad.
consist of five different awards.
Real Estate DepartmentACL DO NOT SEND CASH.
The John Paul Jones Award is
BLDG. 355-5474 Res. 721.0851 J presented to a Naval or Marine RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines-) j. $1.00

Officer or enlisted man for inspirational Per additional line ((4 words per line). .35

leadership and who has madeI I
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an outstanding contribution to the
PHONE T.V.'S IN ROOMS high standards of leadership traditional RETIRING? OWN YOUR OWN SINGER SLANT NEEDLE CON-
78M596 AIR COND. UNITS in the Navy. BUSINESS 3,250 Sq. Ft.brick market SOLE MODEL

The Robert M. Thompson Awardis Excellent location established Like new, in perfect condition,
N Mot t presented to the civilian. trade, small investment. Call Mr. ZIG ZAGS. DOES EVERYTHING,
Government official, retired Navalor Bowen Charter Realtors, 354-6761 Balance $61.50 or assume$6 month
Marine Officer or retired en- or 387-2851 evenings.FOR payments. Call 353-1946. Will deliver -
AND RESTAURANTCatering listed man for outstanding civilian A-l Sewing Machine Exch.
To Service Personnel leadership and who has made a per- SALE 3 BR home. $50 dn.
Commercial Rates Family Units Efficiencies sonnal contribution to furtheringthe $50/mo. Call ART POWELL. USN FOR SALE 1955 SUPER 88

Halfway Between NAS and Cecil Importance of sea power RET. 264-6144 Colmery-Wilkin- OLDSMOBILE, EXTRA CLEAN,
through his efforts as a civilian. son, Realtors. Power steering & Brakes Radio
Independently operated By.... The Rear Admiral William S. Heater, AT, Back Up Lights Good

MRS.F.C.; ATKINSON, SR. Parsons Award is presented to the FOR SALE 1335 Orange Circle.So. Tires, Sound Mechanical Condi-
7952 Normandy Blvd. Jacksonville 5, Fla, same men as the first two awards. Orange Pk. 3 BR, Fla. Rm., tion, One Owner. Call Revels

This award (is presented for Ranch house, cent heat, A/C Motorama 264-6511

scientific and technical progressand Ig. fenced yd. and fireplace Call FOR SALE Orange Park 2
to the man who has made an CO 4-6481. Occupancy.FOR .
"theONEplaceto BR &
., { porch, carport patio on
.l outstanding contribution in any large lot. 5 min to N A. S.
field of science which has furthered -
call formoney
r SALE 21" Zenith TV, exc Total price $4,400. Terms. Co 4-
the development and progressof
9351.
cond. $40. Bendix simi-auto
the Navy or Marine Corps.
washer, a bargain at $25. Call
The Award is
Decatur
Stephen
NAS ext. 663 Boone Park Av. 4 Ig. rms &
for operational compentence. It is bath, clean, all elec. nr school
the who has madean
presented to man & N. A. S. $60. EV 9-0893.
FOR SALE Complete 15' boat
the minute want it outstanding personal con-
you tribution in the course of actual outfit extras galore, see to appre-
ciate ordes 4935 DX-100 Ham Xmltter exc. cond
Phone Beneficial Get cash double-fast for any good rea Naval operations which has advanced expecting final
Call EV
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son 'furloughs expenses, bills, you-name-it! And get the readiness and compet- EV 71973. 7711 ext. 584.
Beneficial'' International Credit Card, too, for Immediate ence of the Naval Service.

Cash Loan Service at any-affiliated Beneficial office any The Alfred ThayerMahanAwardIs

where! Beneficial likes to say "Yes!" Call now! for literary achievement. It Is
awarded to the man who has madea
notable literary contribution
BENEFICIALFINANCE which has advanced the knowledgeof

the Importance of sea powerto
SYSTEM the United States.

Loans up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Note The Second big Naval awardis

JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville the American Heritage Contestfor
311 West Bay St.. Mayflower Hotel . Elgin 3.4473 1964. This award Is offeredto
-5059 Normandy Blvd. (Near Normandy Drive.in) .{V 4-4595 service newspapers, service ( <
8130 Lern Turner Rd. (L. Forest Shopping Ctr.) PO 5.2623 radio and television stations whichare J
ARLINGTON Beneficial Finance Co. of Arlington
doing their best Inform
Town & Country Shopping Center. . RA 4-7910 ser- .
vice personnel about theAmerlcan
SO. JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Florida
3436 Beach Blvd., South Gate Plaza. EX 8.1515 way of life and the threat of Inter-
national communism.The .
competition will begin on
March 15 and continue through

November 3, which is election day. t r.

I TIRES During this period, newspapers are
QVANDERBILT encouraged to run stories deal-
with American
ing our
Heritage.
CONCERTO IN PINK The Civic Auditorium on February 15 will

3 AUTO CENTERS TO SERVE YOU present the Ballet Guild of Jacksonville's annual Winter Concertat
8:30: p.m. Tickets for the event are now on sale for $1.00 at the
Special Services Building Mainside.

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Hue Jackets ,InnDoin's Ace, Duecy CPOClub


Club Serving all Jacksonville with

Thursday, February 13 FULLY EQUIPPED RADIO-DISPATCHED TRUCKS
Thursday February 13 Thursday, February 13

:arl Boyd 8:00: p.m.12:00 a.m. Happy Hour 4:00: p.m. 6:00 p.m. Happy Hour i 124-HOUR SERVICE I

Friday, February 14 Friday, February 14 Friday, February 14 :
I,
hil Cay and Chantels 8:00: p.m. Valentines Day Dance Johnny Dance to Charlie Jay

1:00: a.m. Arnold 8:30 p.m. 12:30 a.m. EAGERTON PLUMBINGCompany

Saturday, February 15 Saturday, February 15 Saturday, February 15

Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings 8:00 Marc Castle Combo 8:30 p.m. Dance to Johnny Arnold Inc.

p.m. 1:00 a.m. 12:30 a.m. Sunday, February 16 1093 N. McDuff Ave. EV 8-0761

Sunday, February ,16 Sunday, February 16
Calvert Sisters Comedy, Song,,
|Mel Gaden and Layzy Rhythm Girls Game Night 5:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. and Act
2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings _
I Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings 8:30 p.m. 11:30 p.m.
8:00 p.m.12:00 a.m. Monday, February 17 EVERY NIGHT ATMorrison's
Monday, February 17 Pizza
Monday, February 17 Night
Happy Hour 4:00 p.m. 6:00: p.m.
|Dining and Dancing Cafeteria
Tuesday, February 18 Tuesday, February 18
Tuesday, February 18
Game Night 7:30 p.m. 9:30: p.m. Happy Hour
|Happy Hour 5:00 p.m.1:00 p.m. Free Child's Plates

Wednesday, February 19 Wednesday, February 19 Wednesday, February 19
I Game Night 8:00 p.m. Open Open CHILDREN 12 AND UNDER ACCOMPANIEDBY

PARENTS


"0" Club usa Club Navy LOCATED IN rmpl) .AMJMml.


Thursday, February 13 Thursday, February 13 Wives ROOSEVELT MALL IUIiIii' .I

Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6:00: p. m. Homemade Goodies Night SHOPPINGCENTER
Dinner 6:00 p. m. 9:00 p. m.
Friday, February 14 MeetingThe

Friday, February 14 Pay Day HopSaturday Navy Wives Club #86 of

February 15 Jacksonville held a meeting last
Hour 3:30 m. 6:00p.m.
Happy p.
week at their clubhouse on Enterprise -
Dinner( 6:00 p. m. 9:30 p. m. CO-ed Night Avenue.
Valentine Dance Combo
Cappies
Sunday, February 16 Committee Chairman were appointed WESTCONNETTFURNITURE
8:00 12:00 with
: p. m. : a. m. for
the new and Mrs.
"The Calvert Sisters",song and Vesoers & RefreshmentsMovie year
Robert welcomed
Jennings was by
comedy act.Saturday. "Six Bridges to Cross"
the member Into the club. CO.

February 15 Monday, February 17 The following guests were
Introduced at the meeting: Mr. '532o'V/ESTCOHHETT/ BLVD. AT 103RD. ST. SP V0750
Happy Hour..3:30 p. m. 6:00p.m. Boy meets girl night Herman Cook; Mrs. Robert

Dinner 6:00 p. m. 9:30 p. m. Tuesday, February 18 Fredere; Mrs. William Gifford; EASY CREDIT
Sam Ross 8:30 p. m. 12:30 a. m. Mrs. Marvin D. Massengale; Mrs.
Game Night NAS Hospital Party Herbert Long and Mrs. Roland FREIGHT SALVAGE REPOSSESSIONS

Sunday, February 16 Wednesday 19 Weaver.
February
Plans have been made for a MATTRESS & BOX SPRING SET $19.95
Buffet 6:00: p. m. 9:30: p. m. Disc Jockey ShowHurricane SQclal to be held February 15,
Prime Ribs of Beef Steamship at the clubhouse with Mrs. JackE. BED ROOM SUITE $79.00 DINETTE

Round Orenstein, Chairman assistedby SETS $29.00 LIVING ROOM SUITE -
Fried Chicken Mrs. William Wilcox. February
Hunters 20, there will be a covered dish $69.00END TABLES COFFEE TABLES -
Monday, February 17 luncheon at 12 noon with Mrs.
Move from Bermuda Thomas Lusby as luncheon chair- $5.00 MODERN LAMPS5.00ELECTR
Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6:00p.m. man. Scheduled for February 26,
Dinner 6:00: p. m. 9:00 p. m. Kindley AFB After, 17 Bermuda the is a joint meeting of all past AND GAS STOVES 35.00 TV SETS -:
(AFPS) years
53d Weather Reconnaissance newly named chairmen and com-
Tuesday, February 18 Squadron, known as the Hurricane mittees to be held at 7:30 p.m. $60.00.IGERATORS-$45.00.STEREO
Hunters has moved On February 28, there will bea
Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6:00p.m. from Bermuda to Georgia. bake sale with Mrs. James $100.00 DINING I I ROOM SUITE 89.00,

Dinner Foreign dish nite Ger- squadron's The move changing coincided from with the the Weaver as chairman assisted by COME IN AND BROWSE OPEN 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.

many 6-9:00 p. m. Boeing WB-50 Superfortress to her committee.
the Boeing WB-47 Stratojet. After the meeting was adjourned -
Wednesday, February 19 The older planes went into refreshments were served by
storage and the new planes Mrs. William Bond; Mrs. Jesse
from
have started operations
Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6:00p.m. Hunter AFB, Georgia Bush; Mrs. Ronald Kruger and
Mrs. Thomas Lusby. ORANGE PARK


LSC To Hold"Hootarwnny" 3 BEDROOM


2 BATH HOMES

The Lutheran Service Center
FOR SALE
19 W, Forsythe Street Jacksonville -

will present a "Hootenanny"on DOCK AND WATERFRONT PRIVILEGESNO
Friday, February 14 at 8:00
I P.m.
DOWN PAYMENTs
Among the activities will be the
Pinging "Sweet Adeline" and the
. MIN. FROM NAS
-noosing of a Lutheran Service

Center Sweetheart. $12,500 TO $15,500
I There will be no charge for

Military Personnel. Games and $72 PER MO. UP
(prizes with free refreshments to SEE
|be crved.

HOOTENANNY'Last Saturday at HA TTU', King Hall, the Girl
People who yearn for the good Scout Cadette Troop of Jacksonville attended a Hootenanny with BILL DONNELL
[old days take It for granted they
of Ceremonies. Featured the
Master on -
Dr. Ed Flemming as program '
ill
would have Indoor plumbing,
flectlcity and television. Journey- were the four singing "Coachmen". (Navy Photo by Chris 1612ROBINETTEDR.PHONE .
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Standings of the Intramural :, Y1 j d '
Basketball squads as of February i ,
7: NATIONAL LEAGUE

AMERICAN LEAGUE: VP-30 5-0
VP-7 1-0
A/C Maint. 4-0 VP-18 7-1
VP-5 5-1 FICEUR 5-1 ; :: : r >
Hospital 3-1 Communications 4-1 d
679th 4-2 AP-62 4-2
VA-45 3-2 FAETU 3-4

Supply 2-2 VU-10 .... 2-4 k
VA-35 1-1 NARTIJ' 2-4 _
kT .
Weapons 1-5 Comm. Off Mess 1-5 : .
Dispensary 0-4 MARTD 0-5 .-_ 9 _

Marines 0-5 ComFairJax 0-6 -41 CHAMPIONS OF THE COMFAIRJAX BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT -

.-Winners of the CFJ tournament were the cagers from the

JIM BYRON AVIATIONFLIGHT Saratoga. (L to R) Front row: Bob Strait, Ralph McCarthy, Eddie

Mysliwrec, John Patrone, and Buddy Caywood. Back row (L to R)

SCHOOLFAA Ray Yencho, Joseph Moon, Glen Kendrick, Gus Higginbotham,
PILOT EXAMINER FAA APPROVED AIR AGENCY 7SO-6 4 Alden Ragland, Don Tingle and Ens. Andy Mcndello. (Navy Photo

by Harold Benson, AA)

PRESENTATION OF THE TEAM

thwaite TROPHY-RAdm.(left) presents Robert the Gold.team Saratoga Wins OFJTDuI'llallIellt;

trophy to Ray Yencho (right) for


... MILITARY COMPETENCE PHONE. WRITTEN. 355-7165 EXAM INSTRUCTION Jax VAH-3 Saratoga's tournament., 88-72.victory(Navy in Saratoga the Photo ComFair beat by Patrone Burns In 117 Points

Harold Benson, AA)
NATIONAL AIRLINES HANGAR IMESON AIR PORT The whistle blew, the referee tossed up the ball the cagers from
SALES-RENTAL-FLIGHT INSTRUCTION GROUND SCHOOL MFC Tops the Saratoga took the tap, the ball was flipped to Eddie Mysliwiec,
he swished in a short jump shot and the Championship game of the

IM Basketball ComFairJax Basketball tournament was underway.
VAH-3 missed it's first attempt in the scoring column as Alden
r The Mechanical Fundamentals Ragland grabbed the rebound, threw a rifle( pass down court to Buddy
0 Course (MFC) team from MAD Caywood. who sco.red.. the second two pointer for the Sara netmen.
0 ..II tops the NATTU Intramural Kay Biazck was the first VAH-3
Basketball League with a perfect eager to crack the hoop for his
lead to a 14 point advantage at
5-0 record for 1/2
r good a game squad and get their scoring cam-
the half time intermission 48-34.
lead over AE-A School secondat
paign underway but this was
uneventful -
r r r r 40. The leading scorer at the. half
as the Sara hardcourtmen
AO-B School is third at 3-1, time break was John Patrone with
the of
won by score 8872.
with MAD Support fourth at 3-2, 20 points. He amazed the spect-
Numerous times In the first half
ROSES TOP GRADK-in cans 1.00,2.00 & 3.00 AE-A Marines fifth, 3-3. AO-B ators with his variety of shots
the
> Sara netmen would pull out in
AZALEA (_Dwarf) Recf.W"/, 35 ea. 10-$3.00 12-$2.95, 44.95 sixth, 2-2 and MAD third section, front of the VAH-3 cagers by some determination, and stealing the
Plr* ball from the taller VAH-3
24.
seventh
at away
,PECANS' $2.50 up 15 points only to see I it dwindle
Tightest race in the league is the cagers.
down by hot from theVAH3's
.PLUMS __ Red or Blue 2.50 for eighth place, with three teams shooting The second half there seemed to
men to at one time a
PALMS (COcoa Astralls) _3.50 to 6.50 tied at 1-4. The three are Sup- slim three point margain.VAH-3's be a lid on the Saratoga's basketas
DOGWOOD 4 to 8' 1.25 to $5.00 port Services, AO-A Phase I, and shooting from the outside seemedto countless shots rolled around
AOA Marines. the rim and fell out. Again VAH-3
ELM In Cans ,2.00 to $3.00JL momentarely stun the Sara
Last in the 11-team league is slipped up to within seven of the
BLUEBERRY. 'BUSHES. __ 1.50 the winless AO-A Phase III team, cagers break until Sara got It's fast Sara cagers. Patrone and Caywood
CAMELIA LL I $3.50, $4.95, $6:95: $7.95 at 0-5. going again to widen It's led the attack to get the Sara

.. JAPANESE YEW i 90t to 2.95 sqaud back with a commanding lead
and trying to hold It. Late In the
MAGNOLIA 2.50 $3.95, $14.95I.
UNEW5ED"YOLKSWAGENS game Caywood left the action via
I.GRAPES Concord-3 yr. heavy 1.50 the foul route.

''VIBURNUM, 1'. 4-$1.00.; V seemed to run out of
t gas, possibly because they playedtwo
PYRACANTHA 97* to $2.25 games the day before, and In

\ at the closing minutes of the game
ARBORVITAE 1.00 to 3.95 .
could not keep pace with the steam-

CREPE MYRTLE Red or Purple in Can 2.95 ed up Sara men, as Saratoga won
SPRING MOTORS the contest 8872.
PEACH (Florida One) Tejon. Magold 3.95 Certainly not the caliber of game

PERSIMMONS 2.00 & up I GREEN COVE SPRINGS 284-9209 that these two teams have playedIn
the past, the contest was at
BOXWOOD All prices
times good and at times very rag-
CITRUS TREESCONFEDERATE 3.50, in cans ged. Played up to snuff this game
FEBRUARY SPECIALSHRIMP could have the
certainly gone over
.69
JASMIN in cans
mark.
century
LEX I HOLLY 3.95 DINNER..99ALL P Patrone although missing a number -

I RED LEAF MAPLE 2.95 of seemingly easy shots pow-
dered the nets with 37
countersfor
I PEATE __ .50 bag
YOU CAN EAT
the game. In the four
I!tLOQUAT. 'TREES I 2953.95 the tournament Patrone gamesof tab-

;1, WILLOWS. ,. 1.25-2.00 OPEN DAILY He Make a ulated 117 points for a 29.5 point
;t SYCAMORE TREES 2.50 11Q, A.M. TO 10 P.M. Specialty of average per game for the tour-
:' t \ nament. If not the outstanding
'
REDBUD TREES 2.SO'i'n cans' CATFISH he was one of the most outstand-

:t KUMQUAT Sweet and SouM i I I' '3.95 SHRIMPS ing players in the ComFairJax

.* ;BANANA SHRUB. .._";;.., =? 3.95'' ;r OYSTERS CHICKEN tournament.Others
for
tabulating the Sara
S'SPINY,' ",GREEK { 2.50' t STEAKS team were Eddie Myslewelc and
'! # It ; i4..d 1.00 '. TAKE-OUT SERVICE Alden
[LIGUSTRUM ; t' f. Ragland with 14 points
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/ 11-. I ) t r I 5 apiece, Buddy Caywood with 12
); : ; > VAmiiw/s; ; / ;{ Hoiie' P/anisiiHd/ ;, '' rpla| f, : t TcI4E S LUNCH BUSINESS MEN'S points, Gus Higginbotham with five

''FfoIL'crurg.'dndl' ] Vegetable. 'PiiiJ' } liausands'of'Hcvis toot y. ,I points, Ralph McCarthy with four
3438 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771.5581 points, and Dan Tingle with two
: ..}numerous to mention. t points.
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Nicholson Tallies 31 PointsTo 1 ptI- [Red) Rambo Enlists In Naval



Keep A/C/ Maint On TopStriving Air Reserve "Aircat" ProgramRichard


to keep the A/C with a
one point victory over Cleve (Red) Rambo, servist he will attend one week-
team still undefeated In FAETU
44-43.
Maintnance Eldon Rose led
professional baseball player end drill each month and one two
Intramural Basketball ranks VP-7 with 18
the points followed by 5 S presently owned by the Boston Red week cruise a year.
Calvin Nicholson ripped the nets Spence Norris with 14 :5.it
points.Sum-
Sox, was enlisted in the Naval Last year, after his contract was
31 points to lead his squadto mers Felkel] led
with FAETU with 22
Air Reserve "Aircat" Programthis bought by the Red Sox, he played
73-35 points.
a romp over Supply. week. with the Waterloo, Iowa, team in
Teaming up with Nicholson was Harry Clark led NARTU in It's
The ceremonies were performed the Midwest League and with the
with 1 points to the / /
Aaron victory over
Wilbur winless Corn- at NARTU Jax, by LCDR. RodneyB. Reading, Pa., team in the Eastern
for better than half of the Fair Jax
account cagers, 42-37. Clark
Newman, Recruiting Officer. League. Rambo is a catcher.
A/C Maint point produ tlon.Harry tabulated 12 points for his squad
Rambo, a graduate of EnglewoodHigh The youth Is the son of Mr.
led with 26) and Jerald
counters. Hackworth
Braxon Supply dumped in
School in Jacksonville,signedhis and Mrs. Raymond C. Rambo of
Hospital continued It's winning 12 points to lead the CFJ squad.
first pro baseball contract with 2537 Southside Boulevard Jack-
ways as It rolled over Weapons Minnesota while attending Jack- sonville. He plans to return to pro
for all but nineof
56-40. Accounting sonville University in 1962. ball upon completion of his avtive
56 points were Fred
Hospitals Rambo, as an "Aircat", will duty.
Kloman and Dennis Rinner as they
serve six months on active duty
teamed up to burn In 26 and 21 ...(Red) Rambo... and then be assigned to a Selected

poyits\ respectively. Scoring for Reserve Squadron located at INSPIRATIONInspiration

Weapons were Frank Marshall with Luck First To Crack 600 NARTU Jax.- As a selected re- is the child of desperation. Forbes
12 points and Robert Hulse with


10 Air points.Force 679th rolled over the Series In Spring Bowling I Auto Liability Insurance

Marines as four of their team

members scored In the double The Spring session of the intra- National League DUVAL COUNTY RATESOver

scoring column to take a 68-33 mural bowling leagues got under- 25 Married. .$39.00 Over 25 Single .$43.00
victory. Leading the 679th attackwas 3 and the Lucky 7 4, FICEUR #3 0 21-25 Married. . .$55.00 21-25 Single. . $72.00
Monday, February ,
way Thurderheads 3, 679th 1 Under 21 Married. .
J. D. Horne with 23 points familiar the $67.00 Under 21 Single. ..,$115.00
smashing pins was
followed by Larry Davis with 15 heard once again. Baymen Phantons 2, 3, OWl PanHandlers Hoots 2 1 6 MO. POLICY MONTHLY PAY PLANMcDOUGALL'S

points, Earl Lundsford with 13 Preston Luck for the
bowling
NARTU #2 3, Electrons 1 I INSURANCE
points and William Scruggs with NARTU #2 keglers, was the first Rejects 2, Air Frames 2
11 points. Jerry Wilson led the bowler to crack the 600 seriesin 4, Marines 0 AGENCYmm
Play Boys
Marines with 10 points. the Spring session with a 617 Hear Main Gate HAS, JAX

to VP-30 keep It's outlasted squad still VP-18 In the 45-42 undefeated total Thursday evening February '\ 6463 Roosevelt Blvd Phone EV 8-7676

ranks and lead the Na- 6th.High I
to team set for the first week \\Q
tional League. Don Ondo led VP-30 was rolled by the Pizzan's who

with 18 points while leading the tabulated a 2723 total. (AFPS Weekly F.atuf.)

VP-18 squad were Robert Bargman Results of last week's action: 1. Who was the tallest of the 1 ME m I
with 17 points and William Ross professional boxers? 'liS
with 11 points. American League 2. Who fought in the first world
VP-7 played It's first heavyweight title fight in which To Serve
game Cursors 4, Crash & Fire 0 13 Locations You
after coming back from deployment gloves and 3-minute rounds were .
Eagles 3, FICEUR #1 1 used? When and where was the
and eased Into the winning column Needlers 3, Mad Foxes 1 fight held? 6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD. u Mile N. NAS Gate
Cannon Cockers 4, Griffins 1 3. What were the shortest odds 5444 NORMANDY Across From Atlantic Mills
horse
Sports Chiefs 3, Marlins 1 race ever?quoted on an American 2809 MA PORT RD. K Mile From NS Gat.

Cutters 4, Doc's 0 4. Who holds the record for run- (formerlPrulH Tire Co.
Shorts Sky Warriors 3, Riggers 1 ning 100-yards What was his [ BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE FRITZ
ComFairJax'"B" 4, Seabees 0 time .On Tins floffer/ -ShocluBrolc... PARMAN
5. Who was the first man to Front End Engine t Transmission Work
Jax Navy Golf team plays Florida Continental League win, in one year, the French, -_ "lit.......,rtr......_w..!"'. 1 (Ref'" c.p.o.I/fW
State University at Tallahassee American, Australian and Wim-
Friday, February 14. Pizzan's 4, Mix Masters 0 bleton tennis titles? WE FKiANCCEIYQa NEIII.EUs.s_ 4a

Avions 4, ComFairJax "A' 0 (Answers to Quiz) ..: et '
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12 JAX,AIR NEWS


Mrs. Flynn Heads Rabies In Florida Wildlife

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HAS Ladies Golf Is On A Definite IncreaseRabies


As PresidentThe amongst Florida Wild- found to have this dread disease
life, is on the increase in the state Included wildcats, monkey, bear,
Naval Air Station Ladles and all possible precautions hog, mule, owl, goat, dog, cat,
Golf Association elected Mrs. F.H. should be taken to protect domestic and ocelot.
animals. Hunting dogs or pets that run
to the position of presidentat
Flynn
? I a recent meeting. The spread, mostly from the loose in the country and woods,
Trail Picked for the vice president's central portion of the peninsula should immunized because these
position was Mrs J.J. Sologovltch; northward with some in the Pan- animals frequently get Into fights
with rabid wild life and become infected -
as secretary Mrs. P.J. Hass; and handle, is primarily amongst
treasurer, Mrs. D. Cram. racoons. .
as
with Marc WhetstoneIt's
human who has been bitten
Last it was thoughtthat "A
Named to the position of tournament year
chairman was Mrs. R.P. the wave of rabid racoolis by an animal suspected of being
hard to believe, but next month at this time the Jax Navy Sport Knock; publicity director, Mrs. had moved into Georgia. Quite a rabid may take anti-rabies shotsto
Parachute Club will be celebrating its second anniversary. How time 1...W. Lawton; head of the rules few did, but quite a number remained ward off possibility of the
flies committee, Mrs. J. Ball; and tr in the northern part of the disease. These shots are painful
I can remember the first jumps made by the charter membership... charge of handicap, Mrs. A.R. Florida Peninsula and expensive Once the disease
crazy individuals .....1 I thought. Hilton. Six board laboratories over the becomes established in man or
I can also remember the first time I photographed these high state, in 1963, examined 2,951 animal, it is lOOfr fatal. Florida
altitude aerialists from the deck of a helicopter watching them with GOSSIP lb: who relates the animal specimens. Eighty eight of had had no human rabies deathsin

ease falling, falling, falling.....crazy individuals I thought. faults of others to you will relate these cases were found to have some years but last year 80
I can remember about a year and a half later, standing in front your faults to the other fel rabies. Racoons comprised the persons took immunization shots
of that open hatch 2800 feet in the air, and then taking that longstepinto low. Grit. majority of these cases, but others after exposure."
space..crazy individual I am.
Not really so.....all this "crazy" talk. Skydiving has become a
highly respected sport and is rapidly becoming one ofthe spectator
choices. This, I believe was proven a couple weeks ago in Houston STOP FIGHTING DOWNTOWN TRAFFIC'

Tex., when a small out-tn-the-country airport appeared as though it
were a good size ant hill, from above, as 10,000 people gathered in I ; v'
rainy weather for the Houston Jaycee Meet from which The Vapor i'' :
Trails won top club honors. y try

Another example was this past Fall in the sleepy little village of 9MWS ,; ')..
Venice, Fla., south of Sarasota. Actually, there's little more than '4 .>
2,000 citizens who make up the population. Still, out at the town's \. '"' .
airport were well over this number watching the Jax demonstrationteam ;*; .
put on a show as part of the Navy Day festivities.

For nearly two years now, as many as 35 active and associate 'f t Y < t. {"
members of the club have enjoyed a highly thought of, respectable MiON E .
relationship not only here on the Station but from throughout the south-
eastern States.
All of this wouldn't have been possible, however, It It hadn't been ',
for the drive and determination of one individual who dedicated many t
long frustrating hours to the organization and founding of the Jax Navy

Sport Parachute Club. t ON USED CARS IN qLLS
He Is Lieutenant Floyd Sykes, who just yesterday left the rosterof : :
Attack Squadron Forty-Four at Cecil Field and \Is now en routeto ;
the USS Saratoga for an assignment as the carrier's catapult of- "; ; ,
ficer. $ SEE ONE OF OUR QUALITY
Because he can not be here for the club's second anniversary \':' CHEVROLET SALESMEN FOR NEW OR USED CARS I'
., PHONE .
festivities, a delegation of Vapor Trails presented the Jax skydiving
pioneer a letter of appreciation during a VA-44 farewell party for him f'" SP1-1341 WEEKS ' and other departing Hornets at the 19th Hole Golf Club House last
Saturday night :;'"" SP 14601, Rid UiT Gary Blackwell i
And becuase this space is limited it is impossible to print the thank ;" ,' <<'.
: Manager
ful phrases expressed by each club member. Therefore....from us to : PECIALOVER tr t":",'
you, Lt. Sykes, thanks, and Happy Landings." ;,i
I Cliff Ange Joe Kidd .

THANKFULNESS A 7yearoldboy NAVAL TAILORS FOR "Rick" Ricketts Ed Acklen t'

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