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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 5, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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VOL. 21 NO. 50 Jacksonville Florida MARCH 5, 1964



I I.T First Family's_ Visit Unhindered By Rain IPres.


It was a rain-soaked First 1fflf- JtJf
Family which met an even more
rain-soaked crowd at NAS Jack- A Smile A CorsageMEME
sonville last Thursday after the
trio of Air Force One. Two and
Three TOT Jet liners set down on
a very raln-soaked runway.
But all that "liquid sunshine" 1fp
didn't wash away the smiles as 1
LL.:1 \ President and Mrs. Lyndon B.
Johnson, accompanied by their two
daughters Lynda and Luci.stepped
k; : ,, aircraft.from the sleek red, white and blue

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First to greet the President,
enroute to launching ceremoniesof
r the Cross Florida Canal were
Rear Admiral i 9 1t
and Mrs. Robert
Goldthwaite Commander Fleet Air b 11yr
Jacksonville. Captain and Mrs.

and Mrs. Johnson leave AF One with daughter Lynda. James R. Compton. NAS Jax Com-
manding Officer, were also on hand
y by.Y.r.-YypbfMglekNtlkNNbi
to welcome the nation's leader.
Shielded by a small umbrellawas
still another member of the
greeting party, petite Meme
Menard, six-year-old daughter of e
Commander and Mrs.L.A.Menard. I
NAS Jax Executive Officer., Meme
presented Mrs. Johnson with an ''4 t
orchid corsage, and then grace'
fully posed with the First Lady
for nearby photographers.After .
formal introductions were
completed, Mrs. Johnson and the '
Johnson girls were rushed.to a
waiting helicopter for the trip to
the Palatka ceremonies while Pre- rF
P
sident Johnson took time to quickly -
shake hands with some of the
i drenched crowd lining the runway
adjacent to the Operations Build
ing. He. too, then boarded a AND FRIEND-Six-year-old Meme Menard, daughter of Cdr.
Marine helicopter for Palatka and Mrs. L. A. Menard, HAS XO, accompanied by Mrs. Goldth-
where he setoff a dynamite charge, waithe (R);served as youngest hostess in greeting First Lady,
beginning construction of the firstS Luci and Lynda. On Tuesday she received a personal I noteof
HAS CO, Introduce wiU to President. thanks from the White House.Wins .
Copt. Compton, ( e President Page 2)

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who braved downpour for nearly two hours. Many received handshakes from the Chief i
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Free World Naval Attaches J Jl iSJ3t1lq\ ,$ ;
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All I
Protestant Services at the

Visits Navy Jax ComplexThirty Saints' Chapel. SUNDAY .I

8:30: a.m. Service of Ibly Com The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper

naval attaches from be spent touring NARTU NATTC munion distributed each Thursday at the U. s. Naval Air station,
countries throughout the Free and NAS O&R. 9:30: a.m. Service of Divine Wor- Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a
World are in the Jacksonville area At NARTU the visitors will heara ship private firm. All Copy, submitted! for use in the JAX "AIR
today for a three day whirlwindtour presentation given by the Unit's 9:30 a.m. Sunday School for ages NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office
of naval installations. commanding officer; Captain S. L. 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before
The group arrived yesterday Lanier, and later will visit the Ih'OOa.m. Service of Divine Worship publication. News items are welcomed from all sources..
from San Juan P.R., where they Radiography School at NATTC and Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
visited Navy installations there. hear a talk given by its CO, CaptainC. 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
Upon their arrival at NAS Jax G. Strum. WEDNESDAY concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing

thel were greeted by Rear Admiral Gaping the area tour will be a 4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida.
Robert Goldthwaite, Corn- visit with Captain R. 11. Fagan, Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271.
Fairfax and Captain James R. NAS O&R Officer, who 'will give ; 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal -
Compton, NAS CO. the guests an Insight to the Sta VOL. 21 NO. 50 MARCH 5, 1964
Today the visitors are guestsof tion's industrial workings.
Captain C. H. Turner, CO of Upon their departure fromJack- Catholic Services at St. Edward's
the Mayport Naval Station, and sonville, the group will proceedto Chapel, NATTC and Naval H>s-
Captain J. E. Lacouture, CO of New Orleans, La., for similar pital 1 Chaplain Message
the aircraft carrier USS Saratoga visits, then return to Florida and SUNDAY MASS

who are conducting tours of the tour Pensacola before returning to 6:30 a.m. U, S. Naval Hospital
station and Mayport-based ship. Washington. 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. By John A. Abucewicz, Cdr. (CHC) USN

Returning to NAS ..tomorrow, Edward's Chapel
,the naval attaches will be met by Presidell Grace is a word that can mean St. John says, "If anyone says,
Captain 1.. P. Pressler, Com- DAILY MASS almost too many things--divine 'I I love God,' and hates his brother,
Edward's Chapel
FAW-11 and given a presentationand (Continued From Page 1)) 11:30] a.m. St. life, divine inspiration, a special he Is a liar. For how can he who

familiarization tour orvp- 's six-mile section of the 107 mile MONDAY & TUESDAY favor, a prayer before meals, an does not love his brother whom he
P3A antisubmarine patrol bomberin canaL 4:15 p.m. King Hall, NATTC extra day of leave or the girl sees, love God, whom he does not
Hangar 116. The First Family's departurefor FRIDAY next door. see? And this commandment we
The remainder of the day will a scheduled political dinner 12:05 p.m. U. S. Naval Hospital The verb "to love" suffers in have from him, that he who loves
parry in Miami was also stagedat SATURDAY the same way; It is a many .God should' love l his brother also"

Magk Feature Jacksonville' this time, how- 9:00: a.m. St.Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY splintered thing. A man for Instance -
ever there was less formality. loves God, his neighbor,

Set At NATTC President Johnson's helicopter 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before golf, beer, home cooking, Thanks To RATCCIFR
landed, he got off and ran to the Masses tax rebates and to get ahead in life.
Gene and Jo Magicians who have Air Force It seems the
waiting One. Almost Catechism Classes: Grade School strange to modern
been entertaining exclusively for immediately the ladles' mind that love and
helicopter charity were Instrument Rules
SATURDAY ( Flight )
the Armed Forces in this country landed and they were hurriedly the same thing to (the author of had to be observed last Thursday
and over seas for the past twenty- escorted under umbrellas 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities the fourth
to the Gospel We shouldn'tbe when Air
Force One, Two and
two years, will be presented at the airplane ramp. building 722NURSERY surprised, of course, to find Three with the President's party
King Hall NATTC Theater at 7:00 As the three 707s that St.
taxied to the John's ideas were rather
aboard landed the
NAS. To
at
m., prior to the Thurs- The Naval Air Station
p. regular Nursery
the
runway, vigilant Marine Corps clear and ours,are a bit fuzzy.In .
day movie March,12. located in Child Air Ops crew goes a vote of
night guards, who had stood unmovingly Building ,560 on these times of confusion and
thanks .. In the Cisco
Lauded as one of the best acts Street, opens at 8:15 a.m. on Sunday tension and tower: ,
throughout the afternoon, formed strife ought we not to
of legerdemain this side of the morning. Parents attending Magyar Sharrock and Hart ...
ranks. Behind them, the examine our own of
Suez, Gene and Jo add novelty to witnessing Sunday Masses or Protestant services concept controlling the radar approach:
their take offs in somewhat mi Ider weather leave Charity. Does it mean for us a Ratchford, "Curly" Hare. Me-
program by carrying a may young children in
number of Mexican Chihuahuas, the conditions, was a smiling but the nursery without charge. mere almsgiving out of a smug Nally, St. John, Reynolds Hum
jhorouphly rain-soaked crowd. sense of security? Does I it mean Adair Martin,
smallest breed of dogs in the world. for phrey, Fryman
The show is fast moving, well us a deduction from incometax and Craig, who talked in the final
costumed, and is know for I its I Civilians Receive New Tax Cuts I from? If the,so true, we and have steered away approach. Also to LCdr. P. J.

variety of style. The show is full proper meaning Dempster, watch officer, who acted
of laughs and comedy for those I The new Income Tax Law,which withheld at the new rate of 14%, of Charily. Webster defines It as as coordinator with Cdr. 0. S,
who like to be tickled, and magicfor reduces the witholding tax rate Payroll adjustment for deductions Christian love; and act of loving Braddock, RATCC 0-in-C and
those who like to be mystified. from Iffft to 14'$>,becomes" effective that ,have been made priorto all men as brothers because they Acting Operations Officer.
I
'' Gene' and Jo bring a backgroundof today; according *to Cdr. E.F. Feb. 16 at the 18% rate are are sons of God. f

riverboat business to their act, Hodge, NAS Comptroller. not authorized, he stated. f I t; *R' >,;: _. \t..' I In4lj
as Gene was born backstage on the Civilian employees receivingpay 1fJf,,, I"j. .'j, ,.
Ohio River, and spent many sea- checks today and tomorrow for Military personnel will realize tJ.<.< < > I
sons as 'a concert musician before the pay period from Feb. 16 throughFeb. the increases in their pay checks 4'R A -. .K ,'40 ," !

developing his magic routine. 29, will find the Federal Tax .issued March 13. t ,<"J>..i.:, ;, :

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,SILHOUETTED MARINE RANKS watch as Air Force One with President Johnson and family George ComFairJox CO Marine* ; Copt J.R. Compton, NAS CO j; Mali HAS|
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..... R"..._ y,. 'MIIhJ14'M '
....!. .M' Christian Fund Raised By "0" Wives Of VAPg2The I
Wives ,'-.
Navy -- .".--_.- ."l\oo '
Q'. : t, : ? Officers Wives of VAP-62 were able to adopt two Choptaw
<:: raised $250 for the Christian Indian Children also provide them

Bake Sale -j""\\,, \.;0' !"'" Chtldrens Fund by holding a bake with clothing and toys.Letters have
"-\' sale, Luau, Western Party and a been exchanged with the childrenand
White Elephant Sale. will continue to do so In the

A SuccessThe Through the funds raised they future. -

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Navy Wives Club Jax #86 WESTERN AUTO
met last week at the clubhouse on
Enterprise Avenue with Mrs. Wil- .rwll Ij
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bert Wagner presiding. xr..i wM e ri ASSOCIATE STOREI
Guests attending their first
meeting were, Introduced as Mrs. I mi. north of NAS at 5541 Roosevelt Blvd.In .

Roland Weaver; Mrs.VivianEllingand Venetia Village.
a
' Mrs. Terry Skipper. the i Radios, TV's, Appliances, Davis Tires, Bikes, ...
Reports were given by -
chairman of committees that the SMALL, WORLD-Mrs. Dorothy Smith holds newly-born Jennifer Sporting Goods, Auto Parts,etc., etc.
bake sale held'Feb. 28 was a Elaine' in the office of delivery Physician, Dr. R. K. Brooks, as More than 16,000 items TO CHOOSE FROM

'J success. Mrs. Weaver thanked the father LCDR. R.W. Smith and daughter Cnthy join them, in an EASY PAYMENT PLAN AVAILABLE

ii all the members that helped with unusual reunion. (NavyPhotoby Chris Cole, SN) EV 83470Jacksonville.
the baking and those that contributed -
I cakes and other items. Father Delivers Mother ;

;, Two booths were set up at O&R
::\ and were tended by Mrs. Wilbert

:!: Wagner, Mrs. Joseph Skapyak, Son Delivers Daughter
Mrs. Henry Wernet, Mrs. Jack
J' Orenstein, Mrs. David McCoy, Coincidence with a capital "CO' So what's so unusual?
l' Well, It all started some years
Mrs. Roland Weaver, Mrs. Roy occured when Mrs.
Maul, and Mrs. Jerry Forest. The recently ago in Morefleld W. Va., when a
Dorothy Smith wife of LCdr. R
J Dr. 0. V. Brooks, father of to-
booth in hangar 140, VP-30 was W. Smith AOB School Officer
run by Mrs. Russell Grelle", Mrs. birth day's Navy physician, delivered to
NATTC to a
baby girlat
gave -
Mr. and Mrs.Dice Harper a daughter
John Lee and Mrs. Thomas J. the Jax Naval Hospital.
Bennett. Mrs. Vivian Elling and The who grew to marry Mr. R.
delivering physician was Dr.
W. Smith who Is' now a Navy
R. K. Brooks head Obstetricianand
replenishing LCdr., and father of 6 lb., 7 oz.,
Genealogist.
f After the meeting adjourned refreshments Jennifer Elaine, who was delivered
,,, were served by Mrs. by the son of the physician who ill RACES NIGHTLY EXCEPT SUNDAY,
David McCoy, Mrs. Jack Oren- delivered her grandparent's'
stein, Mrs. Elizabeth Miller and flinT daughter.Or 1 I 1 I 11
t" Mrs. R. Page. The Next meeting something like that,.we think. 1 1I I

will be March 18 at 7:30: p. m.

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NORMANDY WAYSIDE FURNITURE Eagle Squadron To :.Get



CLEAR ISOUTTO New CO And 10 March 6


: .. relieve you, sir"
will be repeated at ceremonies held
.MM' :. THE again these words by
Squadron Sixteen, March 6.
William J. Vaught, Executive Officer, will take over
CKS squadron from Commander Lester H. Boutte,
;, ; reins of the "Eagle"
,. ... .: :' assumed- command of the squadron In March 1963.. ..____.
;. Vaught reported to VP-16
1962, when he was as- "
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; as Operations Officer for ,
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squadron. In-April, 1963 he rof
duties of Executive Of- ,

- ,. DINETTE 1t
.. Vaught entered the Navy 'I
PRICES COOVERBOARD 1942.He entered the Navy's I
Cadet Program and was
an Ensign, and de-
....
a Naval Aviator In Dec.
at Pensacola Fla.
served aboard the USS
(AVB-52)), and was tem-
SAVE 27 42 assignedto the Operations
% to He received addition- Cdr. W.J. Vaught, CO
training In ASW by attending promoted to Commander while
CO/XO Officers Course In serving with the Placement Officer
Warfare at Key at the Bureau of Naval PersonnaLCdr.
= Fla. Vaught entered the Armed
r 'i'ilJ December 1947, Cdr. Vaught Forces Staff College, at Norfolk,
the University of Penn- Virginia in August 1961,and graduated -
as a student until August in January 1962.
s-.,,: He was then assigned to Cdr. Charles J. Eadie willmoveup
DURABLE Corpus Christl, Texas, as from the job as Operations
GRAIN OR I Instructor In the Advance Train- Officer and assume the commandas
I Command. Executive Officer. He reportedto
was next ordered to Air the squadron in December 1963.
$ Squadron 21, (VR-21)), The present Commanding Officer -
: e ,. June 1950 and spent the next Cdr. Boutte will depart the
;
as transport Plane Com- squadron with orders to reportto
with the squadron's de- the USS Boxer (LPH-4)) as the
30x40-in. table at Kwajaleln which was 'Navigation Officer.
to 48-in. Walnut In the logistics support Personnel UrgedTo
the Marshall Island Trust Ter-
top of hi-pressure He was then transferred to
tic. 4 wipe-clean at Moffett Field, Calif., Observe Set
with foam seats, he served as Personnel
Sick Call HoursThe
and was promoted to the
of Lieutenant. Medical Officers of the U
PM"I
reported to the Staff of Com- S. Naval Hospital are happy to
Fleet Air Wing Three render aid at anytime especially
August 1956 and was promoted to" emergency cases.however .
Commander. He wasWESTSIDE attempts to run a continuous -
f J sick call leaves very little
time for devotion to other medi-
7-pc. bronzetone ,* cal matters, Including physical examinations -
squadron duties,
with 'inlaid'' top training, Inspections, etc.

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MARCH 5, 1964 JAX NEWS PAGES

GOAL
club Acey Duecy CPO Club Just because a man Isn't going
straight for Ms goal doesn't mean
he's lost his way. Like a sailor,
Movies will be March 5 Club he may be tacking to make the
at 7 p. m. on best of adverse winds.,,
Saturday; at 2 p. m. p. m. 6:00p.: m. Thursday, March 5 Thursday, March 5
-
,on Saturday; and : m. 9QO p. m.
Mainslde and Happy lour 4:00 p. m. 6:00p.m. Happy Hour
March 6 MORRISAUTO
and at 7 p. m. Friday, March 6. Friday, March 6
at the Hospital p. -6:00p.m..
times are subject to : m. 9:30 p. m. Phll Cay and Chantels 8:30 p. m..- Dance to Mack Four
: p:m.-12:00 m. 12:30 a. m.Saturday. March SUPPL
Thursday, Saturday, 7
March 7 March 7
Dance Mark
to Castle
Mainslde Twinkle DISCOUNT TO ALL
Doris Day, jlck'' : p. m. 6Xp.( ) .m. Redcoats 8:30 p. m. 12:30 a. m. Sunday March 8 NAVAL PERSONNEL
NATTC Gunfight m. 9:30 p. m. Sunday, Mardi 8
8:30 m. Dance to Charlie Jay ...
Joel McCrea, Julie p. Prescriptions Pilled For
,Hospital Crawling Game Night 5:30 p. m. 7:3Op..m. "Monday, March 9 All Sick Cars
Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings
Breck Slime
; March 8
Hutton y, 8:30p. m. 11:30 p. m. Pizza Night PARTSPAINTSMACHINE

m. 9:00 p. m. Monday, March 9 Tuesday, March 10
Friday,
Beef, steamship
Mainside The Chicken Happy Hour 4:00 p. m. 6:00p. m. Happy Hour SHOP

XRay Eyes Ray March 9. Tuesday, March 10 Wednesday, March 11
Van Deer Liz WORKand
NATTC Twinkle p. m. 6:00p.m. Game Night 7:30 p. m. 9:30p. m. Western Music by Country Drifter::;

Doris Day, Jack m. 9:00 p. m. Wednesday, March 11

Hospital Gunfight Davis"o" March 10 ALL ACCESSORIE
Joel McCrea, Julie Open Have Yours Yet?
p. m. 6:00p.m. FOR BOTH FOREIGN
Saturday, Night (Italy) wrr Type H Sabin Oral Polio AND DOMESTIC CARS
Mainside Pocketful : : p. m. Vaccine will be given to all military Open Sundays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Glenn Ford, Bette 'personnel and their dependents Weekdays 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
NATTC The Man March 8 from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. CREDIT AVAILABLEPARTS
EyesRay M p. m. 6:00p.m. On Sunday 8 March 1964 In the
Deer LizHospital mass immunization center, Ward DELIVERED TO YOUR
-9:00p.
: p.m. m. .
Twinkle A-2, South Lobby U. S. Naval FRONT DOOR .
Doris Day, Jack Hospital Jacksonville.This WE PICK UP AND DELIVER
March 10 Is the last of a seriesof MACHINE SHOP WORK
Sunday, three Immunizations and should I'
5836 Tfmuquana Rd.
Mainside Lusty Eric Tom- be obtained by all,especially those PHONE 771-5636
Mitchum, Susan receiving Types I and III.
NATTC Pocketful
On With It -
Glenn Ford, Bette Monkhouse
,Hospital The Men -' Robert YUKON DINERJust
Xray Evey- Ray Hayward
Van Deer LizMonday JFK HALF DOLLAR-On Feb 11,
the eve of President' Lincoln' outside Main Gate -2nd Door from Yukon Post Office

March 11 birthday, lie United State Mint at BEST HAMBURGERS YOU CAN FIND
Mainslde Come With The Army- Philadelphia begun minting; a new
Kenneth Connor, Jerry Lewis SU.cent; coin honoring the late OPEN 1000 to 0100SANDWICHES
NATTC Lusty ErlcTomlin, l'r""if11,,, Filsffniltl; Kennr-
Mitchum, Susan dy.'resident/ Krnnrily'it profile re
COLD DRAFT AND BOTTLE BEER
Hospital Pocketful On With ItKen- places lleiijiiinlti; Franklin'/ on the
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It's funny, that a woman who FRA InitiationThe Blue Jackets InnDoin's Incentive AwardsTo
Club
can spot a- blonde hair at 50 USO
feet can't see a pair of garage Mark Decade
doors at four. Fleet Reserve Association,
e Branch 91 will hold their monthly Of Progress in '64A

meeting tonight at 8:00 p. m. Thursday, March 5 Thursday, March 5
ita" 'AIM ROCKBOTTOMRATES 1 at 8554 Roosevelt Boulevard. decade of progress
toward
A All members are urged to attend Homemade Goodies Night Hootenanny every Thursday increasing efficiency and economy
[.. j and friend that is in Government operations through
".aCI Calf Mark Utsey eligible for bring membership a and In- Friday, March 6 Friday, March 6 the Government Employees Incen-

rm run MUTUAL SIal. ,a. A4.., itiation. Co-Ed Night Club closed private party 593 open tive Awards piogramill be capped .
by presentation of
t MJTOMOt&f special national -
MnuicicBitfUf. 389-0338 59-127 Meetings will be held the (first Saturday, March 7 Saturday, March 7 awards to a number of Fed
Thursday each month hereafter. eral) employees on November 30
Boy meets girl night Mel Gaden and Lazy Rhythm Girls 1964, 10th anniversary of the pro'
.I 8:00: p. m. 12:00: a. m. gram, Civil Service Commission
Sunday, March 8 Chairman John W. Macy, Jr., announced .

nLfoEo OAtRJtJ! Vespers and RefreshmentsSouth Sunday, March 8 awards recently.The will i be presented at

Jacksonville Presbyterian Phil Cay and Chantels 8:00 p. m. a ceremony in Washington D, C ,
? 12:00 to employees who make "
',' a. m.Monday the most
NATIONALLY ADVERTISED 'S'HP'ESFOR Monday, March 9 notable improvements in Federal
St. Patti's HopTuesday March 9 operations through. suggestions 01

THE ENTIRE FAMILY AT March 10 Dining and Dancing year.special achievements during the

SAVINGS OF Game Night Tuesday, March 10 Awards.The- : ,"special Mr. Macy 10th Anniversary said, "will

March 11 Happy Hour 5:00: p. m. 7:00p. m. serve to focus national attentionon
Wednesday,
the way in which alert and ingenious

$2 r $.3 $5 and $10 ( Disc, Jockey Show. 8:00' p. m. Wednesday, March 11 making substantial Federal employees on-the-joh contributions are

11:00 p. m. Game Night 8:00 p. m. to economy and greater
a efficiency in the Federal Go\ein-
LOWEST, PRICES IN TOWN ment."
'
Of the civilizationsthat Ths: award "winnersill b .
'! twenty-two HAPPINESS ; sel ;
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no holes. -as cost redaction, increased pro.ductiyity
LADD'S FALY (is In now.v ; methods improvement
man-hour savings, and advancement .
WHY PAY MORE? of, agency missions. Separate
award winners will be desig
nated from defense agencies, non-

' DISCOUNT SHOE. STORE 'IT'S THE DIFFERENCE YOU defense).(with agencies less than, and smaller 5000 employees agencies { .

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PAY THAT COUNTS Awards will also go to selected
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AND AT
effective job in encouraging
BSJ or helping their employees( to
make valuable contributions In
I ROBERTS CHEVROLET addition, managers or program
officMs at Hte operating level who
have made the most significant

13 locations Serve You AND OLDSMOBILE reduction contributions or productivity of the year will to cost be


6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD.;>. )K Mil. H, HAS Gate Green Cove Springs FloridaJUST selected A continuing for honorary effort will distinction be made
5444 NORMANDY.Across From Atlantic,Mills during the year by agency man

2809 MA PORT RD. H Milt From NS Got J 18 MINUTES FROM NAS, SOUTH ON HI WAY 17J.CKSOXVltLF. agement encourage and and supervisory guide employees officialsto

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FRITZ
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THE DIFFERENCE IS LESS Commission October awards 1 for! Civil consideration Service

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JAX PAGE 7
,ft... .. AIR NEWS .4

Smith Picked As played V.E.R-Y by NICE Lt. (Clv FORM) R. L.is Hazard dls. 7J :

F Wave Barracks Officer :
as she starts the ball rolling
NATTC
SailorOf for the HAS Jax Waves Bowl-

ing League. The league will I;
The MonthPerformance bowl for a five week Ii i
period
e s <
and the top bowlers will

of assigned pete in the Southeastern Tour-
try and professional duties as to nament which is to be heldat
be above and beyond that whichIs a later dale. (Navy Photo
normally expected has won for by Chris Cole, SN)
Albert C. Smith, PN1 honors as
NATTC's "Serviceman of the
Month" for January 1964. SPECIAL
Smith Is attached to the Enlisted
Personnel Office where he super-
vises the Service Record Maintenance _
Section.He .
received a letter of commen- PERMANENT

dation, signed by Capt. C. G. I
Ry 4 Strum, NATTC
Commanding -
Officer, at ceremonies Feb. 28. WAVES ",. .

SEABEE DAY..Mayor Hayden Burns hands a proclamation to The letter of Commendation readIn 'mod'.
J95 (REG. S1250 VALUE
)
part: -
Captain J. A. Bentley, Public Works Officer at HAS, stating "Since this
that March 5th has been declared as Seabee Day,in Jacksonville, reporting to com
while C.. Lea, EOC, looks on. (Navy photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) gf mand billets, Smith In the has Enlisted filled Personnel a variety Monday Tuesday and,Wednesday Only

Office In an outstanding manner. With Mr. ERIC or MISS EMILYJRBEAUTY

His mature judgement, attention
detail, sound professional"ability/ SALONNEAR
I''and positive leadership traits are
particularly evident His ambition! MAS-384-1522.
and dedication are evidenced by
many extra hours of orr-dutywork.
He is a wholly dedicated career
Petty Officer who Is well liked andrgspected the ONE place to
bv both seniors and
call for
subordinates.
ST ..:.\.. ........-.;,.,.. 'r''r''tti \

f .:

/, : money

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,
.j.>... t. Phone Beneficial! Get cash double-fast for any good rea
son furloughs expenses, bills, you-name-itl! And get
NAVY RECRUITERS-Commander Bradford Wells, (R), Officerin Beneficial'" International' Credit Card too, for 'Immediate
Charge Jacksonville Navy Recruiting District, shows off his Cash Loan Service at any affiliated Beneficial office anywhere
award to LCdr.J. C. Brown, (L), Assistant Officer in Charge, Beneficial likes to say "Yes!" Call now!
which he received at the annual meeting of recruiters held in .F
Lakeland. The award indicated the numeral 1, meaning they BENEFICIAL
will be number 1 this year in recruiting. (Navy Photo by N. L.
Williams, YN1)Dentistry.) Albert C. Smith, PN1 FINANCE SYSTEM

Loans up to $600 on Furniture. Car or Note

... Auto Liability Insurance JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville
311 West Bay St.. Mayflower Hotel . Elgin 3.4473
DUVAL COUNTY RATESOver -5059 Normandy Blvd. (Near Normandy Drive-in.EV) 4.4595
Small ButImportant 25 8130 Lem Turner Rd. (L. Forest Shopping Ctr.), PO 5.2623
Married.$39.00 Over 25 Single .$43.00
21.25 Married. . ARLINGTON Beneficial Finance Co. of Arlington
$55.00
21-25 Single. . $72.00
Under 21 Married._ $67.00 Under 21 Single. .$115.00 Town & Country Shopping Center ,RA 4.7910
SO. JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Florida .'
6 MO. POLICY
MONTHLY PAY PLANMcDOUGALL'S
EX 8.1515
One of the many Important) bene- 3436- Beach Blvd. South Gate Plaza
fits of the Navy is offered through I INSURANCE
your Dental Department.The .
AGENCY
Navy has said that dental
care shall be made available to all Clear Main Gate NAS, JAX
military personnel on active duty 6463 Roosevelt Blvd Phone EV 8-7676
and that they will recieve first i

priority. !r
The Dental Department is small
1 and because of the shortage of per- ni.;
I sonnal they can't afford to have
BLACK ANGUS 45-QUART
wasted time on their hands. ROUNDOR
One of the things that causes
this wasted time Is failure to snow 30-QUART RECTANGULAR
up after an appointment has been Meat Company r,
made. Once an appointment has "A"ak
been made, It should be kept. If, or a S/P T" A Real Old-Fashioned Meat Market SWING TOP
for any reason, It can't be kept,
the dentist should be notified wellIn 4029 Blanding Blvd. CEDAR HILLS 771-7362

advance so someone! } else maybe
scheduled for thai particular time. "SPECIAL"USDA
Dentist treatment Is offered to WASTE BINSRED
personnel who are about to be released -
from active duty, providingan CHOICE
appointment has been made 120
days prior to discharge.Take CHUCK ROAST Ib 49e YELLOW,
advantage of this oppor
109
tunity. Don't wait until the last TURQUOISE OR 'WSANDALWOOD
minute for an appointment and once USDA CHOICESIDES
It's made, don't fall to show up M
EACH
for It. I lb.53e

PRICES INCLUDE CUTTING, WRAPPING & FREEZING
MEN..Toolstwten PRICES GOOD THRU MARCH 14, 1964 'se Ollr,
are more important than loyA'G" C Murphy C Qc! clt
dy-Pto O. 4123
Let Us Fill Your Freezer"Meat .
.
,
tools. If you don't believe so, puta ExIro'CKarge*. Roo" (''It.,1tM
good tool into the hands of a is Our Business Our ONLY Business" .
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I. Measle Vaccine Now Payne Cited For


Available At USNHMeasle Outstanding Duty


Vaccine is now available and are not allergic to eggs or As Plane CaptainEvery
during regular working hours. poultry.The .\dkihouldbemnltdtotheJAXAIR\E\rS, 4'24 CUdc Drixe.

This vaccine Is intended for the hospital at this time is not Commanding Officer feels Jacksonville 8. Florida, to arrive not Uler thin Tundjv tor publi

immunization of children nine able to provide the vaccine free proud when he holds a Meritorious cation the Sc IIt wing Thur thAd*mixing too Ute tor this deadline
months of age and younger than of charge because of the high cost. Mast, and so it was with Com- will be published the following xutk unless the publisher
15 years of age who have not experienced Thus, a charge of$2.35 cost price mander Jack A. Pate, Commanding it instructed otherwise A chick or monc\ order tor the full cost

naturally red measles must be collected at the naval Officer of VP-5, recently when he of the ad must be received \VITH the cup lor the ad

hospital Pharmacy. presented a letter of commendationto DO NOT SEND CASH

Herbert L. Payne, ADR2. RATE: Minimum charge ( 3 line) . Sl.OO
Payne was cited for his extremely Per additional line ((4 words pet line). .35
YV conscientious attention to detail -
pm9
.. in performing his duties asa
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Plane Captain while the squadron RETIRING? Own your own 21" T. V. Console model. $35
was conducting advanced base cash, and Works good.
business, 3,250 sq. ft. brick carry.
operations at Souda Bay, Crete. FL 94186.
market. Excellent location, established -
Servicing his aircraft during
trade, small Investment.
night operations,Paynediscoveredthat Call Mr. Bowen, Charter Realtors, 3 BR homes $100 dn. $58 per
the oil being used was
appar- 354-6761 or 387-2851 evenings.FOR mo. & up. Call Mr. Spiers Ra 5-
ently contaminated. The oil was
7470 or 359-2738 HARPER
submitted for investigation and SALE Ortega Hills 3BR, REALTY.

laboratory analysis found it to be 2B, porch,gar,cent, heat & A/C,
JAX CUSTOMBOAT unsatisfactory for use. built-in kitchen, fenced yd, $2500 SINGER CONSOLE Sewing MachineZIG
Cdr. Pate remarked when
equity for $1500 down EV 86259. ZAGs, makes button-holes,
making the commendation, "Asa
FOR RENT 7347 Greenway Dr. sews on buttons, does decorative
CANVAS COMPANY result of your vigilance and quick
corrective action, a potentially Ortega Hills, 3BR, 1/2B.. Call designs. Has balance $48 or responsible -
SALES AND RENTALS hazardous condition was avoided." 389-7711 ext. 8130 or EV 8-1988 party can assume $7
gawacm after 6 p. m. monthly payments. Call 353-1946,
4855 ST. JOHNS AVE. AT BLANDING BLVD. F WANTED: Part time waitressesor A-1 Sewing Machine Exchange,
waiters for the Officers Club. Inc. Will deliver, No obligation.FOR .

See Mrs. Fields.Tupperware .
SALE -60 VW Conv. R&H

Enrollment Now Open Parties gifts for you wsw, Exc Cond. $1,075. Call
Ext. 667 or 772.
and money for your clubs. 781-

r 3755.

fi inthisnewkindof Funds Sought "Can'I have with the my afternoon wife?" off

No, answered the employer II IIto
f teEn For Museum "Thank you sir."

Funds arecurrently being soughtto
Children'sInUrtt finance the Army-Navy Museumto NAVAL TAILORS FOR

be built in Independence National THREE.GENERATIONSUNIFORMS
A Herbert, L. Payne Historical Park, Philadelphia .

Pat ,
wed nLI VP18DepartsFor The Museum, named Pemberton
.
InUrtt-7tttM twci Sf.YKFeatures
House, will be built under the
UOlil1lcuuiJ.; West auspices of the National Park
Key Service and will commemorate the

significance of the Navy In winning
the famous Tbtten "Quick-Learn" method. ,
From March 4th to August 5th independence, in maintainingthe t ,
Combination Course, based on international dance the Boca Chica Naval Air Station young nation in freedom, and <<

research, teaches basic forms twice as fast. at Key West will be the home in shaping the traditions and
for about one-third of the Flying character of the Naval service to
TAP MODERN JAZZ BALLET BATON
Phantoms of Patrol 18.
Squadron follow. The Naval dioramas and
SINGING BALLROOM ACROBATICNo The Flying Phantoms will take over displays will show the crucial

Detachment Fourteen from Patrol meaning of sea power from the
other dance instruction like this anywhere in : Squadron 51, which ha had the Key very beginning of'our sea-

the world-except at another LinkletterTottenStudio West committment for about five girt destiny and will offer striking '1 1I'

Exclusive personalized teaching techniques months. educational and inspirational
Impact on the millions of
actually cut learning time in half-arid cut costs too Except for an occasional American citizens who visit this

compared to old-fashioned methods. familiarization flight into Key Park and area annually. NO DEPOSIT

West, this wlll.be the first time The Navy's':, share of the fund 6 Months to PAY
Revolutionary combination course teaches youngsters
drive for
the Flying Phantoms have spent the reconstruction of
3 to 16 more than just how to dance...actually any time in Key West. The Patrol Pemberton House is $300,000. 1 HOUR DRY CLEANING

is a specialized educational program designed to help Squadron Detachment was est- Checks and money orders, PRESSING & FAST LAUNDRY
ablished as a result of the Cuban for those desiring to contribute, ALTERATIONS, ALL KINDS
develop a child's POISE, GRACE, SELF-ASSURANCE. Quarantine, when It became should be made payable to the TAILOR-MADE'BLUES 335.00

Enrollment is now open. Come and see why theLinkletterTtten apparent that there was a definet Navy League of The U.S. (Pemberton -
need for closer survillance of the House Fund). The names of
Studio has for child.
more your
individual donors for the
waters surrounding Cuba. The museum's
1- SPECIAL BABY CLASSES Flying Phantoms are quite familiar records are desired. Con-
for 3 and 4 year olds are designed to fulfill your child's with operations around Cuba, tributions should be mailed to: 11 '

reat desire and, capacity for learning through interesting method! having taken part in the Cuban National Treasures, Army-Navy
Quarantinefrom its' conception to Museum Fund, Provident Trade-
TO ARENTS OF BOYS hs close. smens Bank and Trust Company,
The Combination Course is designed to prepare boys for ath Broad and Chestnut Sts.,Philadel-
letics and phia, Pa. 19101. NEXT TO NAS JAX
leadership through physical fitness and personality During the first weeks of the De-
development. tachment Commander Samual K. All contributions made to this EV 8.3556fl"NEWSED"
fund are tax deductible.
FREE BUSTRANSPORTATION ,..L Mansfield, VP-18's skipper, will
be in Key West to initiate the
rjfj- \ \}, operations. Lieutenant Comm-

As a special convenience ...I -- -f- r 1 ander Evans will be the Detach-
for mothers, \\e pick up I I .m.It. ments First OfficerInCharge.CDR .
l __
___ UNIT!\
children in our own buses, ,._._ o. Mansfield Is familiar
then them home after i pAN" [.b very
bring I .
is .. \t with the Key West operation as A
class. Your youngster i J, )..: VOLKSWAGENS
always in care of capable, ,J.' he served with Fleet Sonar School
responsible adults. .' 1956 to 1957 and with VX-1 from
1957 to 1959 at
,
l .
tots n teens Patrol Squadron 18 has recent SPRING
returned from two weeks I In MOTORS
ART UNKLETTER'TOTTEN DANCE STUDIOS
Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico
GREEN
where they took part In Cperation COVE SPRINGS 284-9209
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5, 1964
. JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 9ii

HOPE treated 18,000 patients and .
HM5 Squadron Project t J HOPE's first mercy trained 500 local physicians and I
j in the latest medical
nurses pro :
voyage was to Indonesia, where it cedures.
performed 700 major operation;. .
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Dosts Families I I I



At OIM''Il Douse


Patrol Squadron 45 played host VALIANT 1788
Valiant
JkL : Sunday, March 1, to the dependents
of the officers, men and contractor -

*\. House.representatives with an Open Low Dowi Payment.Easy Financial !

The dependents were shown Approximately 18 MINUTES from the base, South on Hlway 17.
around the hangar and the planes
.z that their fathers and husbands: CLAYTON REVELS
have been spending their time with. .
ri The Commanding Officer, Cdr.J. -
D. Collins, welcomed the dependents GwjAfeft.. -tJ fynUHrifc, Inc.
with a speech telling
them of their roles Inthe successful 1050 Orange Ave., GREEN COVE SPRINGS

," performance of the squadron.
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After the JACKSONVILLE DIRECT
meeting with the C. O.theywere.given
I LY DISCUSSION-Cdr. Hume, Executive Officer for VP-45,
,
loins some ff'the finer points of the P-3A to his family, dor"e of the aircraftS capabilities a vividdescription by Lt.

squadron's open house, Sunday, March 1. (Navy Photo) L. H. Duffield, the squadron's

:3 : << }:> Safety Officer.
> ,
: -
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,..f./!,"l'11: KEY SPEEDSTER-Coptain L.P. ORANGE PARK
'' Pressler, Commander Fleet Air
-"\/' "
f",." : Wing II, along with Lt. J.P. Cot
3 3 BEDROOM
,
'
r '6.- sonas, Staff Communications
I Officer, present Robert S. Smith,
E RM2, with a ComNavAirLant 2 lATH HOMES
:>:- f Speed-Key certificate in ceremonies -,
,! -3 held in the office of FOR SALE
ComFairWing II recently.
.. (Navy Photo) DOCK AND WATERFRONT PRIVILEGES
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NO DOWN PAYMENTs

x If you want to get even with
your wife for using your razor MIN. FROM MAS
...-.: blades to sharpen pencils, use her
power puff to shine your shoes. $12,500 TO $15,500

$72 PER MO. UP

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Ceremonies were held in the ,I WALTER.J. SCHUB, USNRET.( ) MONEYIS

office of Captain L, P. Pressler,
ACL LDG.- 355-5474 RES. 721-0851
ComFairWing 11 Feb.25,as Robert
S. Smith, RM2, was presentedwith '
ComNavAirLants RadiomanSpeedKey PHONE 781-0111 T.V.'S IN ROOMS
Certificate indicating 781-1596 AIR COND. UNITS ,
,mat he is one of the select few answer BUSINESS.
I radiomen to achieve this outstand- 4

f fag'accomplishment and to receive Wowortdy Motet r l if you want toBORROW
Ims highly coveted certificate ofrecognition. 7 4
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AND RESTAURANTCatering
To qualify for this certificate,
[Smith was required perform high To Service Personnel IT
[standards of achievement with both Commercial Rates Family Units Efficiencies SPEND IT
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P4 .FORD MOTORAMA, Inc. V Golden Cro11\\' I, ; _


One of the Largest and Most PrixSaturdayThe

Modern in the South {
fourth annual Golden Crown
PRICES SLASHEDUNBELEVABLE.SAVINGS Prix will be held Saturday and

( Sunday March 7-8, at the Fernan-
dina Beach Municipal Airporton ;; :
ORANGEAVENUE Beautiful Amilia Island, Fer-

GREEN COVESPRtNG--: : : ::;.. nandina Beach, Fla.
-JJ 4y CO.4-6511 0 a The race, SCCA sanctioned and

I iE' ONLY 17 MIN. $O.,OF NAS ON HIWAY 1 17 s" an officiated Divisional Race(from
, Southeastern U. S.), is slated to
start it's time trials at 9:30 ?m.,
Saturday morning with the actual
1 racing getting under way at 3:00p. :
ROOSEVELT MALL m., that afternoon. ,Sunday's

CHRISTEN THEE WHITE HAT", said'Sue Lanier, and'the

Rhodes Bantam of the Jax Navy Sailing Club was officially

and put into "commission".
WASHHOURS
CAR
( )

Navy Sailing% Dub. Launches
MONDAY thru SATURDAY a.m..6 p.m.


f OPEN SUNDAYS 9:00: til 1:30: P.M. 704."I{ 6th Craft At Sunday Ceremonies cBy


_',('&l'A ir. TE" J Roos v.'li Mall .Sh'.t Mr.ij C'.r.f on p/i'wlt HI"J
Harold Benson, AA
1 christen thee White Hat" said pretty Sue Lanier, daughter of
EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY
and Mrs. Samuel L. Lanier, NARTU Skipper, as she
launched the Jax Navy's Sailing

AUTO WAX APPLIED .. .. .. Club's sixth Rhodes Bantam at
FREE {::;/:: :: ':::::::':::::"" ::::: : :: :' :.' ":":.
r .. :: c-: held the
WITH CAR WASH :.:;;;:/ :::: ceremonies at Sailing
J JAXA1RNEWS I Club's pier last Sunday March 1.

:; f SPORTSMARCH : :: The Rhodes Bantam, a sleek
craft In estimation,was
;' looking my
Jl ; : : given to the club by Special Ser-

MOVING? DON'T SWEATIT ,% 'i ; vices, and will be sailed by Al
Johnson TDC, NAS Operations,
17-22-JAX COLISEUM RBS Unit who was the winner of

LOOK WHATBELLAIR Tickers on Sole of Coliseum, 1145 E. Adorns, the recent Frost Bite Series held
..
Or or Door Before' Each PerformanceFor by the Sailing Club.
Moil Orders Send Check or Money Order The Frost Bite Series is a combination -
.4 of 15 races held throughthe
,
tee"
; .- ., :AJr r r months of January and
:MORRIS CHALFEN
t, pretenUWORLD February of which the reclpltlant
FAMOUS of the Rhodes Bantam award must

HAS FOR YOU !! > participate in at ]least 10 races.
; ./ Through a complicated calculation
}r OL/DA1# of numbers the winner Is deter-
mined by thelndivldualcomprlslng
,
the highest number of total points.Al .
-
r .; N ICE' Johnson took,first place witha
4' i ,..,. 10 r total of 2.32 points. Second

: "lifei .. OF, 1964 //I place was copped by Air Force witha
Dan Jackson
2nd Lietutenant
: I T : J. COITION/ total of 2.08 points, and third

place was taken by"Air'Force 2nd
rrgrw .... K v .. 1((( $3.50 Rows 1172.50 Rows 18-29 Lieutenant George Leland with a
'
$2.00 Rows 30-33 point total of 156. Both Jacksonand
111.: EVENING SHOWS: Mar. 17.21,8 P.M. Leland are attached to the
: MATINEES: Mar. 21, 2:30 P. M. 679th division here at NAS.
\ Mar. 22, 1 I 5 P.M.
Bantam
y The Rhodes White Hat,
--
built by Burt Verway local
I Children under 12, half price, Mar. 21, 2:30: P.M.
boat builder
andpurcha'sedthrough
CJ and Mar. 22, S P.M. Matinees Only.
FOR ONLY at Special 'Services, had to be com-
Tickets also on sale Civic Auditorium and Hemming
pletely painted and worked over for
Park Box Offices. All seats reserved.
this special occasion. This
14i required lots of hard work by the

$112 club members, and a lot of
WESTCONNETTFURNITURE "burning the midnight oil" to get
the craft ready for It's launch-
Ing. to club -
According a spokesman
YOU CAN OWN
some of the main IndividualsIn
CO. the preparation were Bill Cole-
\A Home
FEATURES man and Ray Koscluk. Al JohnsonIs
103RD. ST.
5326 WESTCONNETT BLVD. AT SP 1-0750
also credited with In
putting
IN BELLAIR .
GALORE EASY CREDIT many long hours In order to get
No Cash VA the
launching off on schedule.The .
3rd Class & Up 3 and 4 BedrootnsV FREIGHT SALVAGE REPOSSESSIONS Jax Navy Sailing Club now

Qualify ; and 2 Full Baths' has a membership ot 34 active

Convenient to Screened Porchs MATTRESS & BOX SPRING SET $19.95 members. The Club, located on
NAS and Cecil Black Point (Bldg. 84)), welcomes
Field Patio* Paneled Wall iOH BED ROOM SUITE $79.00 DINETTE anyone Interested in sailing or
Full Session Heat Vanity Baths wishing to learn how to sail to
Schools y SETS
in $29.00 LIVING ROOM SUITE
the
Development contact club by calling Ext.

Streetlights 569.00END TABLES, COFFEE TABLES 8440.
Sidewalks The Sailing Club is now In pre-
Churchs paration for the Mt
Troll ic-Safe $5.00 MODERN LAMPS-$5.00ELECTR upcoming
Streets Dora Regetta to be held on Lake
\I Planned Shopping AND GAS STOVES $35.00 % TV SETS Dora April The Tn-club series,
Center PHONE CO4.6644 comprised of the Florida Yacht:

Follow the signs South on Blanding Boulevard to beautiful ; $60.00. REFR I G ERATOR S-$45 .STEREO Club The Rudder Club and the
BELLAIR, "The Best Buy" On the left, only 10 Jax Navy Sailing Club will holda
minutes from 103rd Street. $100.00 DINING I I ROOM SUITE $89.00 Regetta in late March or early

COME IN AND BROWSE OPEN 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. prll. The exact date was nor
known at press time.

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JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 11
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American League Sky WarriorsPo ; ,, ,l'\\,

1lJ PIZZA PANTRY 'V'Vat I I


High Single Game Series

TAKE OUT ORDERS .DINING ROOM
r 1 1'I
1.
The Sky Warrior keglers of the average nosing out the VP-5 ,-_ .PREMIUM BEER .CIIOICE CUT: STEAKS?
American League posted the high keglers who racked up a 954 the I .ITALIAN SANDWICIIES ..SPAGHETTI"PIZZA.
4 single game team series of last preceeding week.
,
week's bowling action with a 967 Only one bowler was gadded to ...

the "600" ranks this past weekas ,, our specialty"FRANK
Battle RagesAs James Koval of the VA-35
Black Shoes rolled a 608. l WRICKSON,

IM Season Results of last weeks action: j In th.lI.ott 0' CeJ"HiII

RM LOADOFPRIZES-GySgt American League 3619 Blanding Blvd.-Ph 771-0170

[Wesley Fox '\vos' all smiles as Draws To Close Falcons 2, Sky Warriors 2 .'
-
[he carre through the Detach. Mad Foxes 4,ComFairJax"BIt 0 .
ment doorway bearing an arm Quite a battle is raging in the Needlers 3, Griffins 1
I load of trophies ((7)) and gift American League as three teams Cutters 4, Crash & Fire 0 THE BANK OFORANGE
[certificates he won at the Par. are tied for third place; Hospital, Riggers 3, Cannon Cockers 1
Iris Island, S.C. pistol match. AF679th, and Supply. A 11 are Cursors 4, FICEUR #10 PARK
(USMC Photo by GySgt Wes striving to be the team to enter Eagles 3, Chiefs 1
Ward) the playoffs as the top three teamsin Doc's 3, Seabees 1Continental
each league will be awarded

Fox Top Gun this honor. League COMPLETE

The first part of this week will ComFairJax "A" 2, Spartans 2 CONFIDENTIAL ..
have already determined which Mix Masters 4, FICEUR #2 0 COURTEOUS rrl
For Marine team will take part in the play- Paymasters #2 3, Pizzan's 1

offs. A/C Maintnance still remains Spoilers 3, Black Shoes 1 BANKING .
.
Pistol TeamThe out In front of the pack with it's Supply 4, BB Stackers 0 SERVICE .
unblemished record at 70. Avlons 4, Alley Cats 0
Marine Aviation De In the National League the battle NARTU #1 3, Burgermasters 1
seems to be for the second place ComStore
tachment's Pistol Team won over Five 3, Paymaster
half of the total points in last's position as FICEUR and VP-18 #11 HIGHWAY 17
and 9-2 National League
((10-1 respectivelybattled)
week's match at Parris Island,
on Wednesday of this week to deter- FICEUR ##3 3, Rookies 1
S. C. The shooters were up against -
military and civilian mine that position. VP-30 reigns Pan Handlers 3, Play Boys 1 ORANGE PARK, FLORIDA Merrier
shooters from the Southeast area. supreme in this league so far as Bombers 3, Electrons 1 .

GySgt. Wesley Fox was the top they carry an 8-0 record. VA-35, Rejects 0

gun for the local Marines, winningseven Results of last weeks action Owl Hoots 3, Lucky T 1
matches. Sgt. Robert Ber- Air Frames 4, NARTU #2 0
Supply 2, Marines 0 Forfeit bikllMwi fi
geron was close to Fox as he won ,
A/C Matnt. 46, 679th 40- Lee
six first place events. Fox talliedthe
most hits and in the .45) Johnson (A/C) 17 pts.

calibre time fire, rapid fire, VA-35 56, Disp. 52--JohnBrady
(Disp) 33 pts.Hospital .
aggregate. He also copped the
trophy (for the total grand aggre- 78, VA-45 44-Fred
gate in the sharpshooter class. Klomann(Hosp) 30 pts. UOREcars
Comm 2, FICEUR 0 Forfeit
Sgt. Donald Hodgson was top gun VA-35 46, 45-Cecil ROSES TOP GRADE-In cans 1002.00 & 3.00
Supply
in the .45 calibre slow fire and '
with the .38 calibre pistol in the Hawkins (VA-35)) 15 pts.Dale Ven. AZALEA (DWARF) ____ 3 For $1.00 AND UP

same match at 50 yards. ter 1 (Supply) 15 pts. insured PECANS _______ _. $2.50 up
VP-5 31, VA-35 24--Earl SmithVP5) are
The Detachment shooters will PLUMS __ Red or Blue 2.50
12 with us than with
( ) pts.
commence the first round of the
PALMS (Cocoa Astral) 3.50 to 6.50
VP-7 57, BOQ 42--Eldon Rose any other company.
Dixie
matches the
today at .
Jacksonville Police pistol (VP-7)) 18 pts. Find out why now I DOGWOOD 4 to 8' 1.25 to $5.00
range. VU-10 54, NARTU,,52-Jlm ELM In cans ,2.00 to $3.00
They will be competing with
Belas rio (NARTU) 26 pts. BLUEBERRY BUSHES 1.50
approximately 400 shooters and E. MARK UTSEY ;'
FICEUR 46 Comm 29--Charles
some of the best pistol shots In 1948 BlandingBlvd CAMELIA $3.50, 4.95, $6.9, 7.95
Austin Ficeur 19 f
( ) pts.
the Army, Navy, Air Force and VP-30 59. MARTD 33--Howard 389.0338 JAPANESE YEW 90* to 2.95

Marine Corps civilian plus shooters some from outstanding Brown (VP-30)) 16 pts. P62IOU MAGNOLIA 2.50, $3.95, $14.95

VAP-62 70, CFJ 59--John
several states. STATE (FARM GRAPES ncord-3 yr. heavy 1.50
Fabisiak and Wiley Bostic 1--1
After four days of shooting here, Mutual'Automobllf I nt urine*Company VIBURNUM 41.00
the Marine (VAP-62)) 21 points apiece. Mom Offlcti lloomlniton,Illinois
Pistol team will enter .
56 FAETU 37--
FICEUR ,
the National Mid-Winter match at PYRACANTHA ... 97* to $2.25
Charles Austin (FICEUR) 17 pts.
Tampa to be followed by the &
Flamingo Pistol Tournament at ARBORVITAE _1.00 to 3.95

Miami. GET AMISSILE CREPE MYRTLE Red or Purple In Can 2.95

PEACH (Florida One) Tejon. Maygold 3.95

Uniforms To Be AGE DEAL! PERSIMMONS __ 2.00 & up

BOXWOOD All prices

Displayed In NEW CARS CITRUS TREESCONFEDERATE 3.50, in cans

JASMIN .69 in
o Lowest Prices cans
0 Highest Trade-in Allowance I ILEX HOLLY 3.95

Building ThreeSpecial -J7:,r o Easy Terms The Nicest Treatment in Town RED LEAF MAPLE 2.95

J PEATE __ .50 bag
Services has arrangedfor USED CARS LOQUAT TREES 2.95.3.95
representatives of several +
sporting goods firms to display WILLOWS 1252.00
.r Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots
uniforms, etc., on Wednesday 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Kings Ave. SYCAMORE TREES, 2.50
March 11 at 11:00 a. m. In the "I
Mainside 1't. Full One-Year Guaranteed WarrantyOn REDBUD TREES 2.50 I in cans
Gym, Bldg. 3.
It is suggested that units ,J Every Car Sold KUMQUAT Sweet t and Sour 3.95

Interested In purchasing softball BANANA SHRUB 3.95
uniforms and other equipment for SHOP IN THE SHADOW OF THE 50-FOOT MISSILE
the SPINY GREEK JUNIPER 2.50
coming season take advantageof
this opportunity to view @J GORDON THOMPSON LIGUSTRUM 4Ii'c 1.00
materials, styles and get priceson
needed Items. \ specialize in Annuals", ,, House Plains anti Foliage,

Orders placed at this time can Jacksonville's r iifijIW Center" FlowenuQ (Vegetable.. Plus t/ii/ >'usatids' of items too
probably be filled1 by the start of numerous to mention.
the softball season.



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12 JAX AIR NEWS MARCH 5, 1964


The buyer of U.S.Savings Bonds Safety and security -. YOU get The relatives were all gathered
Judo Dub To around when the lawyer startedto
keep America strong -- both when you (invest in United
helps to read the man's last will and I
and around the States Savings Bonds -- for your- "
I around the calendar testament: "Being of sound mind,
Q d000 globe. self and your country, read the lawyer, "I spent it all"

ibid Election
WANT MORE FOR YOUR MOHEY..KEEP YOUR EYE ON GRANTS
3636 BLANDING BLVD. CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER ,
r

: 0 Of Officers Z \fI yeti t. I""tFo
\
.
GET YOUR GRANT '1
':i.,:
.pnCHARGEIT" ACCOUNT NOW 'ti ,
The Jax Navy Judo Club will to be present.
hold it's annual election of officers Anyone interested in the sport of MAKES EASTER SHOPPING EASY AND FUN! JJ
Is invited attend this
next Wednesday night March 1L Judo to
This is the third election of meeting at 6:30 p. m..second flooror Yours...all the credit you can budget...
officers since the club has been Bldg. 726. with Grant's Revolving "Charge-It" Plan!
formed. The Club is now holding courses w

or Now in office are: D. 1.. Stewart for beginners and experienced EXAMPLES '
President; Bob Etheridge, military personnel and de- Weekly Payment $2.50 $7.00
Vice President; J. 1..Baird Acting pendents. These classes are held or Monthly Payments 10.00 28.00 I ; '
I I $3,75'1
Secretary; and J. D. McCarron every Monday and Wednesday from t,t &
Sgt. at Arms. All members of the 6t30-8:30: p. m. for men; on Sat- Gives you Credit of: 130.00 500.00
urdays from noon to 1:30 m.
Jax Navy Judo Club are requested p.
for women of all ages. Spectatorsare ,, Tell us the amount of
Ruscetta Paces always welcome. ,.' Credit You Desire WIN THIS FREE TV SET!

\ Register now by filling out the charge application below
linkstersWinner MAP MEASURE \ ,r', r 'Iii '\ and mailing it or bringing it to W.T. GRANT STORE 3636
r Lady FOR YOUR TRAVELS ( Blanding Blvd. Cedar Hills Shopping Center. Drawing March 18th.
uU --- -- --
of the shortest nine hole J"I..n CREDIT APPLICATION INFORMATION' I 1I

low gross in the recent Naval Air
Station Women's Golf Association NAME I
match was Mrs. G. H. Ruscetta Itr RANK AND SERIAL NO. WIFE'S
with a 95. r;; f I OR OCCUPATION NAME
: ""''hil'i'.J}
Low net was posted by Mrs.J. i If/flP : ADDRESS
I L Sologovitch with a 441232. ?'1 1
Second low net was posted by Mrs. 141 I OWN O RENT C3 MARRIED C WIDOWED : SINGLE I I C
Ruscetta with a 42-9-33 on a draw i1 !t I I Drn PRESENT

from Mrs. F. H. Flynn who hada ; Vi/I"'::i zfl; I HOME PHQME ,. BUSINESS EXT., ._? ADDRESS SINCE ... -
431033. "!" 1
+; j FORMER ADDRESS tr


CAN YOUTAKE 1 Mow you can measure the mileage ffl11iilft.ff Husband's Wife weekly
of your planned vacation trip I Earnings Employed-, earnings.,

YOUR CAR WITH YOU? in seconds. Precision Gadget, 1
PERMANENT MAILING ADDRESS __
For Financing and Insurance made in U.S.A. measures the distance OFt
NEAREST RELATIVE NOT LIVING WITH YOU
stateside\ and overseas can on ANY Map or Chart as
DYER M. BURR, representing you mark the route with a builtin S I
CHARGE OPEN CLOSED, ,_
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES crayon.and Simply have roll the wheel exact over distance : ACCOUNTS:. OPEN,,.,, CLOSED-_? I
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route you
FINANCE CORPORATION & CPEN CLOSED
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE in miles. Order.now, only '
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5613 Timuquana Road. & Company, 5507 Monet Dr. E., GRANT ; V BLANDING BOULEVARD
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