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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 12, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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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 considered- an official I 1 expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements In this publication does not constitute an endorsement ,of any military department of the products: services advertised.

.VOL. 22 NO.. 1 ______ __Jacksonville. Florida MARCH 12, 1964



I New Store Celebration Set For Wednesday" ''I,



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A ten-year-old dream will become a reality here at NAS Jacksomllle next Wednesday March 18, fitt rrj < t M.ts t, r

when the doors swing open to the newly constructed Mainside Navy Exchange In Bullding27. The actual

ground-breaking ceremonies were held on August 1st of last year.

Spurredbytheslogan"New Store


Lancers Of ting Celebration"ceremonies, special-ribbon-cut will be at 9 a.m., I VP-30 HostAdmiral 14o d

Y with Captain James R. Compton,
1 NAS Commanding Officer, doingthe

NATTC GetAward honors.In the. meantime, to enable To a k f !

employees to make final prep \
arations for the opening, the Country -
store In Bldg. 954, the Uni-
NR form and Tailor Shops in Bldg. Frenchmen .

FEBRUARY SERVICEMANG. 3, and the Retail Store in Bldg. I
27, will be closed Monday and ,-
A. Lanata, RM2 of Com
The recent NA TIC monthly per Tuesday March 16-17. VP-30's acltlvltles were high- .
munications Department receives sonnel inspection turned out to Captain J. J. .Appleby Com- lighted this week by the visit of GROUND BREAKING last August -f
,f from Capt. J. R. Compton be just a little more than an manding Officer of the Navy Ship's Rear Admiral NormanC.Gillette, 1, by Capt. J.R. Compton, NAS *

NAS CO, a check for $50 inspection when a Letter of Ap- Store Office in Brooklyn, N. Y., Com Fair Wings-Lam, and a groupof CO, is witnessed by Cdr. J.L. ,>

and a hardy "Well Done"handshake. preciation was presented to the is expected to head the list of 13 French aviators. DeLany (L) then NX Officer, |

He also was of. Drill Team of NATTC. 150 special guests Invited to attend RAdm. Gillette arrived at the and Capt. J.A. Bentley, Public I
the opening. Invitations have been Air Station Monday to conduct the Works Officeras the largest Navy ;\
fered a free trip to St. Augus-
Captain C.G. Strum CommandIng -
extended to NAS Jax departmentheads squadron's annual Administrativeand
tine, Florida.RM2 Officer of NATTC, presentedthe Commanding Officers of Material Inspection, whereasthe gins.Exchange project in the world be. ?
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award to the"JaxonLancers," tenant Commands, Navy Exchange Frenchmen arrived last week \

Lanata for their outstanding contributionto officers representing the Fifth and for month's. training in advanced NX Project
Navy Recruiting. LieutenantJ. Sixth Naval Districts. Also all-weather Antl-Submarlne I :

McKay, Drill Team Officer, included on the guest list are fare in the long range P2 "Nep-
accepted the award on behalf of former NAS Jax Navy Exchange tune." ",
Named FebServiceman the Jacksonville Navy Recruiting Officers.As Both RAdm. Gillette and the Said To BeLargest

Office. part of the celebration Frenchmen were met and greeted -

The "Lancers" are made up of festivities, arrangements have to NAS by VP-30s Commanding -
students attached to the Naval Air been made through Cdr. T. E. Officer, Commander Bruce C.

Technical Training Center. All Stevenson present Navy Exchange; Smith.
Shouldering responsibilities practice and participation on drill Officer, for registration of door The French crew, consisting of When the first spade of dirt was
previously assigned a chief petty functions Is done on the student's prizes to be given away every houron three officers, six Warrant turned over last August 1, launch
officer has won for a second class off-duty time. the half hour beginning; at 9:30a. Officers, and four Chief Petty ing the construction of the new
petty officer within the Communi- m. He has also arranged to Officers, will be departing NAS Navy Exchange addition here at
catins Department the award of The precision drill team has per- have several specialists on hand the last of this month. During NAS Jacksonville, it was the beginning -

the Serviceman of the Month .for formed at many festivals and civic Wednesday to assist customers In their stay here they are being of the largest Navy Exchange
February here at NAS Jacksonville functions in Northern Florida and Instructed by Lieutenant C.T. Ka- improvement and expansion
(We New l.xchanRi: On rage 5)) :
Southern Georgia. habka. A program financed by non-appro- \

He Is Gaston r1. Lanata RM2 priated funds to ever be under- ,
of Department's Crypto Center.In Artist's Conception taken anywhere in the world.
recognition of his selection The total cost leveled out at about

Captain James R. Compton NAS, $415,000$400,000 of which was
Commanding Officer, presentedthe loaned to the Navy Exchange by the
23-year-old radioman with a Navy Ship's Store Office in New
$50 check and a free trip to St. York. The $75,000 was spent for

Augustine Fla., courtesy of the equipment and paid for by the

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Up Rework :
Many Which .


Need HelpA As It Appears Today On'Vigilante' 1


The NAS Jax Overhaul and Repair -
Charity fund drive is not something -
Department has completed
be shunned or overlooked
to repair and rework of Its first
each time someone asks you to
A-5A aircraft "Vigilante", and
..
The favorite excuse is usually -
give. is presently conducting flight test
to one already.
: 'Te given
operations and post rework Inspection J
This is fine except giving to one
prior to the release of
charity fund is not helping them Y : the aircraft to the Fleet operators.
all. There are many charities.All 1m ) The "Vigilante" Is the Navy'slatest
just as important as the next high altitude supersonic all

one.Here weather, carrier-based attack air-
a few of the
are just
craft and Is another contribution to
charities that help people all over
the defense of our Country.NAS .

the world.thateveryoreknows} about is Jacksonville is thedesig- -,..
One ,b s des4 X 9r ti ) o r nated overhaul point for this air-
'-c 3Tfe packages sent over y
uCa craft. One of the first aircraftof
AflB .n a varied assortmentof
seas which a specific model is assigned
ve tools
ajScle ong
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Protestant Services at the AH IN 11ME OF NEeD. es ,

Saints' Chapel ": .,'' ,,\', -, .. '
SUNDAY
8:30 a.m. Service of Holy Com- The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
munion distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air station, ,
Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing
Compam
9:30 a.m. Service of Divine Wor- n
ship private: firm AU COPy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information
9:30 a.m. Sunday School for ages Office,
3 through 16, Bldg. 722 (:, ; Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on :Monday before
publication. News items are welcomed from all
UiOOa.m. Service of Divine Wor- sources.
ship Telephone EV 9-7711 Ext. 8162.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and
6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship QQsJp,4 concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing quprip-<

WEDNESDAY Company 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida
- 4:30 Junior Choir Re-
: p.m. Telephone 359-4040 or 359-0271.
hearsal
7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal -
VOL. 22 iIO.1 MARCH 12, 1964

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Catholic Services at St. Edward's
Chapel, NATTC and Naval Hos-
pita ': ,: :' /

SUNDAY MASS J' ::,. rpW' Chaplain A/lessag
",
6:30 a.m U. S. Naval Hospital .. ', .. V
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. ,, :5:: By James F. Agnew Cdr., CHC USN

Edward's Chapel "Owhat, a tangled webb we deludes himself by refusing to face
DAILY MASS The Red Cross Knows weave when at first we practiceto facts--simple facts such as those
Edward's
IfcSO a.m. St. Chapel "
deceive the body builder encounters. The
MONDAY & TUESDAY That It Can Happen' Deception takes many forms. It weight lifter knows that musclesare
4:15 p.m. King Hall, NATTC can be accomplished in rugged, built by regular and progressive -

FRIDAY The young serviceman had heard of the American National Red bold, and blatant lying. Deceptioncan i training. Thus the cells being
12:05 p.m. U. S. Naval Hospital Cross, of course and he recognized Its Insignia whenever he saw be launched offensively with built Increase in number and, soin
SATURDAY it, but he'd .never given much thought to what the Red Cross does, aggressive fervor. It can be init- time the muscle develops to.per-
9:00 a.m. SlEdward's ChapelCONF'ESSIONS.SATURDAY or can do. iated defensively with cowering fection.
What quietness and meekness. Deceit Character, void of deceit,is built
Now he stood in the Red Cross office on his installation.
7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before "just-couldn't-happen-to-me" had. His infant son had been stricken has many coverings, and her camouflage on the same principle. It is a regular -

Masses with a rare disease, and doctors urged that he be moved to a warm, garners the colorsof and progressive system of
Catechism Classes: Grade School arid climate to speed up a cure. a rainbow. Yet, in time, building a life on truty, and refusing -
SATURDAY This expense was not something for which the man had planned.So these colors fade from exposureto to pose as something one
10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities it was suggested he go to the Red Cross, which loaned him enough the elements of truth, and the Is not. Many a puny weaklingIn
money to lighten the financial burden of his emergency.In participant in the art of guile is character has become power-
building 722NURSERY everyday living, It's quite easy to dismiss the possibility of per- filled with shame. fully strong because he has refused -
The Naval Air Station Nursery sonal crisis or family emergency with thoughts like, "It can't happento Deceit is a malady of peopleand to allow his limbs to wither,
me." readily employed against tangled in webbs of deceit
located in Building 560 on Child
Street, opens at 8:15 a.m. on Sun- But the Red Cross knows "it can happen," and often does. Every- others for risky gain in money, The Lenten season encompasses
day morning. Parents attending day It helps Americans everywhere In community disasters or in prestige, or favor. This is dam- forty special days in which Chris-
Sunday Masses or: Protestant ser- small personal emergencies.March aging enough to others, but the tian and non-Christian examine
vices may leave young children In has been declared Red Cross Month, during which the ANRCIs greater destruction lies withm the their lives In the light of the truth
the nursery without charge. soliciting contributions in its annual l fund drive. From these funds one employing such tactics. It of Easter. It should be a time
the Red Cross is able to provide welfare services for Americans/ is self destroying because it defeats of reflection and inner searching
Armed. Forces men women in particular. It is through t 11P S e" development of the individual.He hearts capable of deceit and diffi
contributions that the ANRC will be able to prepare for disaster and relief; Is too busy defending untruths, cult to understand. Therefore,
CharityContinued give first aid, blood, home nursing courses; conduct water safety tangled in a webb of his own mak- during the remaining days until
programs and various youth community training programs and pro- ing, to progress. It is presumption Easter, let the truth of God's
( from Page I) vide "little things" like free stationery and reading material to patients personified because he over- light and love put deceit and deception
In military hospitals. steps proper bounds. to flight and fill heart and
are used to build homes, others "The Red Cross," President Johnson has declared "Is a visible, Deceit is most potent when one soul with perfection and peace.
have food and still others have generous expression of the American people's concern} for their
medical supplies. The packagesare neighbors. I appeal to all employees of the Federal Government FRA Host
sent to Pakistan, Iran, Tur and to all members of the Armed Forces to support..a cause that 91
key and many other countries i in must enlist the generosity of all Americans so that this great organization -
Europe and the Far East. of the people can continue to play its essential part in the Station Traffic Of Shrimp BoilThe

Here Is one you might not know nation's welfare." (AFPS) ,
about, "AKF", American Korean ViolationsThe Fleet Reserve Branch 91
Foundation. This Foundation helps will have a "Shrimp Boil" March
provide shelter, food and clothing 13, at 8 p, m. at the Fleet Reserve -
for the Korean orphans. Your donation bce following is a report of Building, 8554 Roosevelt
also helps build schools, motor vehicle accidents and traffic Blvd.
provides for textbooks and helps violations for the period March 1 The shrimp will be cooked by
In ,training for the blind and deaf. through March 7, 1964. Ted Bunk who is known throughoutthe
It provides rehabilitation.equip country for his famous shrimp
.' ment and therapy for the disabled. NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS seasoning. All members and their

Another one you often hear aboutis This week guests are invited.A .
"Radio Free (Mar 1-7),7) 8 m.
Europe" Here's 'Y.I Total dance will be held at p.
a question. "How would liketo J.(// accidents this year through with furnished the"String
live In a country, without you hear n r '(..,.../... .f March Total 71964. . . . 45 longs.music" by
accidents
ing the truth of the world through March for an
?
This
A bond holders
fund provides that truth to the 1963 . . . . . si election of officers meeting will be held

countries blocked off by Com : ;/:.' Number In motor of vechicle days since last Injury Monday, March 16 beginning atJ
: accident ..26x
munism.. RFE's headquarters are requestedto
..; L p. m. All holders are
in Munich, West Germany. It attend.A .
broadcasts on four 250,000 ( x NUMBER OF VIOLATIONS tournamentis
watt
board
shuffle
'l \ : ..f t
shortwave transmitters Europe, : 'ht..., :>; /a This week .. . . . 70 still being held each Wednesdayevening.
near Lisbon. At the present, RFE ,10< ".> .. ., Speeding . .. . . . 15 If you like to play horse
has 28 broadcasting transmitters > Reckless Driving..3 collar and competition.
all over the world. .. enjoy the
.
Going through Stop Sign i'2 everyone is Invited to visit
An effort Is presently being madeto RECEIVING NEW SHOULDER BOARDS-Capt.Robert Browning,, Other Violations .. .50 Fleet Reserve building.
evaluate the progress of thToint e NARTU Executive Officer, has the honors done by Capt. S.L. Fifty-six drivers appe'aVedbefore -

Services Crusade and all key- Lanier, NARTU Commanding Officer, during a promotion cite* the traffic hearing board at
men are asked to submit their irony last week at the local command. The new captain has been the meeting held on March9,1964.
HoursNew
contributions to their activity the executive officer of NARTU Jax since May 1, 1963. Prior Disposition of the cases include New Hobby Shop
- chairman. These chairman are to that time he served as training officer for the command. Capt. the following: seven lost driving

asked Drive to turn Chairman In these collectionsto Browning is a graduate of Mitchel College of Long Island Univer and parking privilieges aboard Hours for the NAS Hobby
Cdr. J. W. sity. He was designated a Naval Aviator at Pensacola on June station for various periods; six effective March
896
Kidd of Operations or Drive Treasurer were Shop, Bldg ,
given
Mr. Harnden of Navy Audit 15,1943. Capt. and Mrs. Browning reside with their three child 42 were SUSpended penalitlcs' 16, will be: Seven days a week
Office. ren aboard HAS Jax. (Navy Photo) were dismissed.given warnings; and three (including holidays) 12 noon to

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I MARCH 12, 1964 THE JAX AIR HEWS PAGE.I i.r


Seabee Ball DETERMINATION i i
Blue Pass Out
Yy.t The greatness of life consists ,I
In being determined to go on even 1 1
Held Here W'P ow ow though something has cone wrong. }
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:xeuLowOneln:

The opening of the 22nd annual In accordance with NAS Jax1' CANYOU
Seabee Ball was held at 6:30 p. m. Instruction 5512.-M 1 the blue Meal
last Friday evening at the Blue- Pass will be replaced with the TAKE YOUR CAR WITH YOU?
jacket's Inn NAS Jax. 4 yellow Meal Pass effective March For Financing and Insurance
Following the opening,there was 15. Nav. S. and A form 1105 stateside and overseas, call
crowning of the Seabee Queen (yellow) can be obtained on requisition DYER M. BURR, representing
Mrs.M argaret L.Bon Hotelof May- from the Supply Depart- GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
port Florida, by Major George ment. FINANCE CORPORATION &
.Wtckman United States Marine Marine and Naval Air Technical INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
Corp the guest of honor. Training Center personnel util- INSURANCE COMPANY
The queen had with her two izing Galley three are not affectedand 5613 Timuquana Road.
attendents, one of whom was MaryN. will continue to use salmon PH. 771.0527 I .
Burdette, SA, the only known colored passes.
Seabee Wave in the Navy four LONG LIVE THE QUEEN-Mrs. Margaret L. Bonhotel) smiles happily -
after receiving the title as the "SeaBee Queen" at the annual
officers and four enlisted
men as MARCH S
her honor guard.A SeaBee Ball held last Friday night at the Bluejackets Inn. Captain
later was held J.A. Bentley, Officer in Charge of Public Works, assists the Queen I FRESHWATER
Captain J.ceremony A. Bentley Public by in PHAN cutting) the first piece of party cake. (Navy Photo by Tolbert, CHANNEL CATFISH 1

Works Officer with the presentation flmgran
of the "Seabees of the Year". UlNNtK
Among the different commandswere Waves Wanted

: R. J. Shannley, CMH2; Pub- OPEN DAILY %We Make a
lic Works Transportation Cecil Profession ,/ 11:10: AM. TO 10 P.M. Specialty of f
Field; Jack Lloyd Fennell,EON2, For Modeling
Public Works Transportation, HE'r' CATFISH
Mayport; Walter Gneisig Jr. The NAS Navy Wives' Clubhousewill the new hopefuls in their steps. SHRIMP
CPAA, of the Reserve Activity; again open it's doors Satur- The girls are being prepared fora ,; OYSTERS I
and Merritt J. Haff, EON3 Pub- day, March 14, at 10 a. m., for fashion show, which will be held .. CHICKEN
.
lic Works Transportation, NAS another session In the gracefulart May 6. at the Senior Women's Clubon STEAKS t
Jax.Haff of modeling.Miss Jacksonville's annual Pal Day ,,'F TAKE.OUT SERVICE :
was presented a letterof luncheon.All BANQUET SERVICE:
for his fine BUSINESS MEN'S -- \
appreciation per- Waves interested In taking up 1'1TcHEE1
formance of duty, technical skill Terry Dahly, local tele- the noted profession are requestedto LUNCH
and outstanding devotion to duty. vision personality and fashion ex- attend the class at the club 3438 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771-5581
After the ceremonies were com- pert, will be on hand. to guile house this Saturday.
pleted a dinner was served and the
cutting of the Seabees Birthdaycake
by Capt. Bentley and the Sea- Wood Named \
bee Queen, after which Capt.Bent-
ley led the group in the singingof Science MinisterFor )
the "Seabee Song".
All in all It was a gala affair.
Area AF's .


Laurence R. Wood of The First MMDTOMIOl

Church of Christ, Scientist, In

jjj'iT'1.' Jacksonville Christian Science has .been Minister appointedas for USED CARS m lEAN JHEf THINK IHMI

the Armed Services In this area.A .

Christian Science service, to 4538 SAN JUAN AVE.

which all service personnel and
families are Invited, will be con- 1 YEAR GUARANTEE WARRANTY ON ALL CARS!
ducted by Wood at A11 Saints Chapel

every 7:00 p. m.Thursday evening at 63 CHEVROLET . . .$2595 61 VOLKSWAGON . .' .. .$988
A.T..R&H P.S./B., Fact Air Cond.
Hdtp, .$2395 60 COVAIR . . . .$795
CUTLASS
63 OLDSMOBILE
He will be available for con- Auto Trans, R&H.
sultation In the office on the ramp Auto. Trans, R&H. Power Steering. 60 VALIANT . . . .$895 1
from 4:00 p. m. until 9:00: p. m. 62 FORD GALAXIE 500 . .$1895 Auto Trans, R&H
every Thursday. Hs may also be HdtopA.T.R&H, P.S./B. Fact Air Cond. 60 CHEVROLET . . .$995
reached at his home. Phone 62 VOLKSWAGON . . .$1495 Straight Stick, RAH. .
Merrit J. Haff, EON3 FL 9-3330. Like New. 59 FORD SW . . . .$795
61 CHEVROLET CONV . $1595 Auto TraItS, R&H.
Auto Trans., R&H. 57 CHEVROLET SW . . .$595
61 STUDEBAKER . . .$695 Auto Trans, R&H.
61 FORD 2 DOOR . . .$1495 S'E'DAu
ORANGE PARK 56 CHEVROLET . .$395
Galaxie, Hardtop A.T., R&H


3 BEDROOM OVER 50 CLEAN CARS TO CHOOSE FROM r I II I

2 BATH HOMES WE APPRECIATE THE OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE

SERVICE PERSONNEL
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FOR SALE

EV 4.4536
Telephone
DOCK AND WATERFRONT PRIVILEGES

NO DOWN PAYMENTS

MIN. FROM NAS I

$12,500 TO $15,500 II 1S
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PAGE 4 THE JAX AIR HEWS ,

Herb: "I had some tough luck Cxitmo PlantDesign
in court this morning.. _

MORRISu1O Kent Herb:: "How's"I got arrested that" for kis- J- NearlCompletion

sing a woman and then the judge
saw the woman and fined me '
$10 for being drunk.. _
X4f'
SuPPL'DISCOUNT \ When you stop to think don't ,t The Navy announced
recently,
forget to start again.:
that the final, design and engineer-
TO ALL Ing work on a permanent water

NAVAL PERSONNEL desalinization and power generating -
TV REPAIRS J"rx : plant for the U. S. Naval Base,
Prescriptions Filled For # ,5t kc A4.yy Guantanamo Bay Cuba, will be
All Sick,Cars t completed some time in March
'
IFRENCH'S When theinstalUtlonls
com
PARTSPAINTSMACHINE SP 1-4602 plete early next year, the plant
will produce 2.2 million gallons of
SHOPWORN + water dally and will have a peak
capacity of 11,500 kilowatts of
electrical power. This will meet
the present and forseeable requirements
of the Naval Base for
and
RADIO TV both power and water, and will
ML. ACCESSORIESFOR SALES SERVICE CHROMOSOMAL ABNORMALITIES-Mary Jo Allred, daughter of make the base entirely self-suffi
BOTH FOREIGN 6357 103rd St. Cdr. J.B. Allred, Executive Officer of VA-35, displays her exhibit ciency.
AND DOMESTIC CARS SERVINGsouTHWEST that won her two awards in the Regional Science Fair. The Navy estimates that the total
I costs of achieving complete self-
Open Sundays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
sufficlenty In water for Guan
Weekdays: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. I Chromosomal AbnormalitiesWins tanamo Bay will be about $500,000

CREDIT AVAILABLE JAX. annually. The operation of the new

PARTS DELIVERED TO YOUR SAUS SERVICE ON plant will save the Navy over $2
FRONT DOOR TtLEWIIK At Fair For Mary JoThe million annually compared to the
.
REDID of
present costs transporting water
WE PICK UP AND DELIVER .
HI-FI the base. While the
to operationof
MACHINE SHOP WORK .
lADle
AUTOMOBILE
city of Jacksonville held Related Diseases." She took the saline conversion plant Wit
OIGAi
5836 Timuquana Rd. ALL WORK CIMJUMmO it's annual Science Fair March second place in Special A Wards be more expensive than obtaining
I PHONE 771.5636 5th, 6th and 7th, at the MaxellC. given by the Duval County Medical water from natural sources, th
- Snyder Armory. Society. new plant will provide electric
For her second} award, MaryJo power at greatly reduce'
Among those participating was placed among 18 of the finalist costs thereby partially offsettin;
Mary Jo Allred the daughter of chosen to be allowed to place their the increased water costs.
Commander J. B. Allred Exceu- exhibits in J jhe{ State Science Fairto Engineers of Westinghous
tive Officer of VA35. She was be held at the'Civic Auditorum Corporation! contractors for th
representing the Bishop Kenney April 2nd, 3rd;and 4th. installation are now at the Nay
HALTEDby School Mary Jo was guided and supervised Base to select the proper site
Mary Jo won two awards with ( in her: research by LCdr At the same time plans ar
her exhibit titled: "Known Tom Hartney. who is attached to underway to dismantle and trans
Chromosomal Abnormalities and the Naval Hospital. port the first saline water con
version unit of the Guantanam
plant which Is now located a

a money EVERY NIGHT AT Point Loma, San Diego,California
The Navy estimates that this uni

problem? Morrison's Cafeteria will 750,000 begin producing gallons of approximately potable watea

day by August 1, 1964.


Free Child's Plates NAS Personnel


CHILDREN 12 AND UNDER ACCOMPANIEDBY Speak At IRD

PARENTS Federal CouncilThomas

.
LOCATED IN r920"Jo ..AMJMGfl. M Cowan and GeorgE.

Barker of the Industrial Relations
ROOSEVELT MALL I Department NAS Jackson
I ville were the featured speaker
SHOPPINGCENTER ;. recently at the quarterly meetin;
proceed to HFCGet of the South Atlantic Federal Per
.
o. Island
sonnel Council at Jekyll

Georgia.
the HFC loan you need to go ahead planned.! They told of their work as Personnel

If your plans include a trip home, get an HFC Management Speicalists i
the Public Works and Supply De
Traveloan. For a better car or some new clothes, WESTCONNETTFURNITURE partments.

get a Shopper's Loan. Pay off all your bills! at once Since 1957 Cowan and Barke

with a Bill Payer Loan. You can borrow with con- have been assigned within Publi
CO. Works and Supply to coordinat
fidence-for any good purpose-from Household!
civilian personnel work. They ar
Finance, oldest and largest company of its kind. 5326 WESTCONNETT BLVD. AT 103RD. ST. SP 1-0150 regarded as "personnel generalists"

since they deal with employment
BORROW UP TO $600
EASY CREDIT placement, ratings em
TAKE UP TO 24 MONTHS TO REPAY
another <
FREIGHT SALVAGE ployee relations and.services
Phone or come in today for prompt understanding REPOSSESSIONS areas of personnel manage
.
money help. \Vc will be happy to servo you. MATTRESS & BOX ment.
SPRING SET was extended
$19.95 This method of operation
ASKlIOl.T IRinir: : LIFT INM: 'RAM'F. BED ROOM SUITE $79.00 to the Overhaul and Repai
: ox LOANS AT GROUP RAil DINETTE Department In 1962. It Is not ye
SETS $29.00 LIVING ROOM SUITE widespread In Navy and othe
HOUSEHOLD FINANC. Federal activities.
$69.00END
:_ TABLES, COFFEE TABLES -

$5.00 MODERN
::;::2: :, 25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 LAMPS5.00ELECTR IC I""""" ROCK.BOTTOM 1
AND GAS &
,..;:: ,- Cedar Hills Shopping Center STOVES $35.00 TV SETS RATES
.
-49 /NY'a .u Coll E.Mark Utsey
3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 560.00.REFR :
..........,' IGERATORS-$45.00.STEREO TH MUM MUTUAI.sol.. farm As*"'
"' 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 5100.00. DIN I 1 ING ROOM SUITE $89 .00 INSURUCtC0 AUTOMOBILE.tf* 389.033Rri.'D
until 8 F.M 11)48 RI. t -
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I .Now Navy ExchangeContinued I NORMANDY WAYSIDE FURNI'UR1E

( from bag* I)
their purchases in the new store. Other new services include a IS OUT TOf.lt
of
One these specialist will be Personal Service Center which will

PGA golf professional Chandler handle key making, laminating,engraving -
Harper who will talk shop, sign rubber stamp making,document CLEAR .
-
autographs, and, between
10:30:
reproduction, and em- 1 .
11:30: a. m., hold :>
a golf clinicin
bossing. Joining the check-cashing ,
1tA.risc THE -
the new 200-car
Navy Exchange facility in Bldg. 27 will be the \
parking lot Western Union and' watch repair I :
Don Carter, National Bowling offices.To VDECKSy4J7ffJ\ ..
Champion, was scheduled to appearat provide still an added ser-
the opening festivities but will vice to its patrons, the Navy Exchange ;lJ
Instead be here March 23 at which will extend its hours of 'I i -
rl1 ,
(
time it Is
expected he will -
put operation on Fridays to 6 p. m., : -
on a demonstration In the -
bowling and on Saturdays to 1 -- :
p. m. .-,' .
alley. i J ', .

addition The new, $475,000 financed Navy by Exchange non- '\ \, /f1.t.iDINEnE'\!,: % (//( .. ... rJ: >: -
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appropriate funds, serves to con- \
I I PRICES GO'
\a u1)Yi\I
solidate and enlarge the Retail, \ --
Tailor Shop, Uniform Shop, 'ivYS Yrr OVERBOARD!
Country Store, office and ware- ;
house spaces to serve the esti- 11
mated 35,000 retired and active 1, w.
duty patrons in the NAS Jackson- .

expansion ville Within area.the will 36,500 be the square-foot stockingof : IJJIC t ; \ _i1J SAVE 27: % oLii 42 %

GIVING THE A-5A THE LAST
several new merchandise suchas
minute "once over" I is Copt
women's and children's
clothing R.H. Fagan, O&R Officer, after
draperies and curtalns.gift wares, the Navy "Bird" had undergonean
snack and items !
gourmet house- !
extensive rework
hold items, candies, toiletries,pet the NAS O&R Department.process(Navy at fjjfftI 1

order supplies service.and pro golf club special Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) 1t t I

DURABLE WOOD
Project j Vigilante
:--- --.-- GRAIN OR INLAID TOPS ,
(Continued from Page I) (Continued from I'age I)

NSSO. Consistant with present to the Overhaul and Repair De- r
sales, it is expected that the loan partment as the pilot aircraft and r $3495
will be repaid by July of this year, is utilized to develop local repair a :
according to local Exchange capability. Reworking the first :-
officials. A-5A presented a real challengeto 30 x40-in. table extends
A large measure of the new our local O&R Department because to 48in. Walnut grained \\1 I
addition's existance of the of its Integrated -
is credited to complexity of
top hi-pressure las- ;
the offices directed electronics systems.This %- p
by Captain A.
.
tic. 4
has research wipe-clean\ chairs\ c
continuous
Bentley, Senior Officer in Chargeof required
Construction here on the Sta- since mid-1960 to develop and with foam seats, books .
tion. It was through his Engineering provide training, tooling, installa-
and Design Division of the tion of adequate facilities, estab-
Public Works Department that the lishment of work flow and rework
development of preliminary plan- and inspection procedures, which
ning and planning Inspection was are prime factors in developing
accomplished. His Maintenanceand capabilities for the repair and
Maintenance Control Divisions testing of components and the com-
were instrumental in accom- pleted aircraft.
plishing work related to other Completion of the first "Vi- 7-pc. bronxetone ; f I

phases of the project such as the gilante" will greatly enhance the with 'Inlaid' top
new parking lot In front of Bldg. Overhaul and Repair Department's V. S
3. position to provide services to the
The actual construction of the Fleet and rework aircraft in $4995Stylish
building was under contract with Increasing numbers, accordingto
the McMullen Construction Co., an O&R Spokesman. f .
whereas Saxelbye and Powell, These aircraft are presently two-tone walnut 'a ," )
a local architecturalandengineering operating out of Sanford Florida finish hi-pressure plas

firm, developed the detailed and on locally based aircraft tic table is 36x48-in.,
of construction carriers. Planned workload at NAS
drawings plans.
Jacksonville Indicates that the extends to 6O-in. Set of

Serviceman "Vigilante" will be a common sightIn six foam padded choirs.
the O&R and surrounding areas
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ancient city's USO. : DINETTE 95 :'
Lanata has been working in the ----8-------------7-9--
Crypto Center since reporting to INTRODUCINGYOUR : TABLE :

NAS for duty in July 1961* per- AGENTDOUG 1.- .. __ __ _ _ __ _ __ r
forming the sensitive job of check NATIONWIDE

ing all messages passing throughthe .,.w, wr pr '
t-
"THERE IS ONLY ONE NORMANDY'WAYSIDE FURNITURE1NORMANDY
Center.According to his super- < Y -
visors, he has handled this assignment '.
with an exceptional I f '< .

degree of proficiency.In J:
a letter nominating Lanataas WAYSIDE
the February Serviceman, It k
was stated that his "keen Interestin '
Communications has resulted in r _
many good suggestions, some of COOK 5887 PHONE
which are now part of the standard 854 N. Edgewood Ave. NORMANDY
operating procedures in the Crypto 384-2556
Center." It was also pointed out A MAN WHO CAN SAVE 1 3,8 4t44
that Lanata seeks out additional YOU TIME AND MONEY
tasks and strives to broaden his ON YOUR INSURANCEIfjlATIONWIDE
knowledge, often working many DISCOUNT CENTERMONDAYFRIDAY
evenings and weekends beyondthat
.,,
which is normally expected. J" Mutual.fat Intu'inct Co, '
1 i A native of New Orleans. Lanata lift 'Iniurinct Home" Oth"Columeus,0 Co! Mutual"' 'Insurance Co 9 A.M, TO 9 P.M.-SATURDAY 9 AM. TO 6 PM
t lives with his wifeRoyceat2681/2
; Hedreck Ave., Jacksonville.

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. ... 30', YEARS-James Payne, Jr., of "0" Club Acey Duecy Club Movies
I # 7 'f
4 the Navy Finance Office, was
. presented with'CI 30-year pin, by Thursday, March 12
Lieutenent Busher Officer In Thursday, March 12
-
4:00 m. 6:00p.m.
Hour p.
Movies will be
Happy shown
) Charge, March 6. Payne has more. Hour 3:30 p. m. 6:00p. m. regularly
Happy
S than 35 years of service, 30 years Dinner 6:00 p. m. 9:00 p. m. Friday, March 13 at 7 p.m. on Monday through Sat
and 9 months of which was mill Western Music urday; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on
tary. The pin was withheld in Friday, March 13 Leon Douglas Saturday; and Sunday, at the Main-
m.
8:00 p.m.-12:30a.:
: side and NATTC
accordnace to regulations pending Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6:00 p. m. Theaters and at
_' completion of five years of civil I Dinner 6:00 p. m. 9:30 p. m. Saturday, March 14 7 p.m only on Sunday at the

service employment. (Navy Photo Charlie Jay 8:00 p. m. -12:00 a. m. St. Patrick's Day Dance Hospital Theater.. These times are
subject to
by J.C. Davis, JOSN) ,. change.Thursday
1 Redcoats 8:00 p. m. 12:30 a.m
Saturday, March 14 March 12

Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6:00p.: m. Sunday, March 15 MainsideIncredible Journey .
Emile Genest John
Drainine
St. Pat's Dance Johnny Jelenlck 7:30p.m,
5:30 m.
PROSPECTOIHUSPECT" Game Night p. NATT CenterAt War With TheArmyDean
8:30 p.m.-12:30a. m. 8:00 m. -
Castle
Dance to Marc : p. Martin,Jerry Lewis

,.. -- Sunday, March 15 11:30 p. m.Monday. Hospital- Skydivers EricTomlm.
SAIE Do you, want to "sell" your property Buffet 6:00 p. m. 9:00: p. m. March 16 Kevin Casey

or do you want to conduct Prime Ribs, Steamship rounds, 4:00 m. 6:00p.m, Friday, March 13
Hour
p.
guided tours through your home? fried chicken Happy MainsideFort ApacheJohn

JAMES l E MEAD, INC. If it's the latter, you handle it! March 16 Tuesday, March 17 Wayne, Henry Fonda
REALTOR But if you really want it sold Monday, NATT Center- Incredible
Game Night 7:30 p. m. 9:30p.m Journey
quickly, quietly, and with the Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6:00p. m. Emile Genest, John Drainine
WALTER J. SCHUB theleast amount inconvenience Dinner 6:00: p. m. 9:00 p. m. Wednesday, March 18 Hospital- War With The Army

USN RET.) consult us. We would appreciate Tuesday, March 17 Open ___ Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis
the opportunity to talk this over Saturday, March 14
Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6:00 p. m.
with
you. Foreign Dish Night (Ibngary) Blue Jackets InnDoin's MainsideFun In Acapulco -

6-9:00 p. m.Wednesday. Elvis Presley Ursula Andress
Let Mrs. Anderson Prepare A Delicious Dinner In Her O** Kitcten For You NATT CenterFort ApacheJohn
March 18 Wayne, Henry Fonda

Anderson's Kitchen Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6:00p. m. Thursday, March 12 HospitalIncredible Journey -

Dinner 6:00 p. m. 9:00 p. m. Hootenanny 8:00 p. m.12:00: a. m. Emile Genest, John Drainine
TAKE-OUT ORDERS ONLY All fried chicken you can eat. March 13 Sunday, March 15
Friday, MainsideInvasion of the Animal

Specializing In EV 8-7205 ISDIMDIAL, I Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings People Barbara Wilson, John
OR
CHICKEN OR 8:00 p. m. 1:00 a. m. Carradine
FAMILY SIZE CIIb
SHRIMP DINNERS CPO NATT CenterFun In Acapulco
Saturday, March 14 Elvis Presley, Ursula Andress

Thursday, March 12 'Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings HospitalFort Apache John

8:00 p. m. 1:00 a. m. Wayne, Henry Fonda
Happy Hour Monday, March 16
March 15
Sunday
,
5857 Roosevelt' Blvd. Hours: 11 A.M. to 9 P.M Friday, March 13 I MainsideThe Mummy Peter
U.S. 17 South ., (Closed On Monday) March Wilson and Redcoats 8:00( I Crushing Christopher Lee
fit Dance to Phil Cay p. m. 12:00 a. m. NATT CenterInvasion of the Am

Saturday, March 14 Monday March 16 mal People Barbara Wilson
John Carradine
Dance to Cavaliers Dining and Dancing HospitalFun In Acapulco Elvis .

GET AMISSILE Sunday, March 15 Presley, Ursula Andress
March 17
Tuesday,
Tuesday, March 17
AGE DEAL Dance to Mach Four Happy Hour 5:00 p. m. 7:00p.m. MainsideKings of the Sun .

Monday, March 16 Yul Brynner, George Chakira
Wednesday, March 18 NATT CenterThe Mummy -Pet.

Pizza NightTuesday Game Night 8:00 p. m. er Crushing, Christopher Leer
.
.
NEW CARS March 17 HospitalInvasion of the Animal
r People Barbara Wilson, John
I s Lowest Prices Saint Patricks Party USO Club Carradlne

4 Highest Trade-in Allowance Dance to Charlie Jay Wednesday, March 18

"' I Easy Terms The Nicest Treatrent in Ton Wednesday, March 18 MainsideMy Dog Buddy Jack
March
12
Thursday, Lemmon, Kent Curtis
Western Music NATT of the Sun
USED CenterKings
CARS Homemade Goodies Night
American women are foolish Yul Brynner George Chakira
;. O Okayed Used Cars at Tv.o Big Lets when they lament their husbands'loss Friday, March 13 HospitalThe Mummy Peter

;;, 5552 Beach Blvd.2600 Kings Ave. of romantic Instincts. They Juke Box HopSaturday Crushing Christoper Lee

? e Full One-Year,Guaranteed: rant\.' pour perfume on themselves before -
On Every Car ScKJ going to lunch with other March 14 FRA # 126The

r women--and then they go to bed Informal Dance 6:30 p. m.

SHOP IN THE SHADOW OF THE 50-F60T MISSILE smelling of cleansing cream and Ladies Auxiliary of the Fleet
March
hair spray. Perfume Is more appropriate Sunday, 15 Reserve Association Unit 126 will
to the boudoir than the Grace Chapel Parish Hall at
meet in the Fleet Reserve
@r GORDONTHOMPSON"Jacksonville's tearoom!
*. *. *. Monday, March 16 Yukon Thursday, March 12 at 8:00UORE:
p. m.
If a man has to get on his Training course for new volunteers
If Center" knees to propose, he may never 7.8:00 m.Tuesday .
quite get back on his feet.th'e p.

March 17

.
St. Patrick's Day Hop

Wednesday, March 18
,
"" I -, Disc Jockey Show 8-11:00: p.m.
'I;

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( cars are insured
CHUCKLESA
: ." with us than with
I VI
Friendly Folks at any other company.

t t Find out why now!


i if f o reunion man but was said he' wason'g class 0\ E. MARK UTSEY ;

1234 KING this 'ear. When asked }
r It'V STREET : why. he :! 1948 BlondingBlvd
n said: .
: otuut "Every i e.go to a class
"
'
i near Park Street reunion I find classmates are 389.0338
J : so fat and b ldmh at they hardly
: 384-7541 "
recognize me.
: a e 4 h STATE FARM ,

i .> '" ,. "Are hair you the 'barber. who CUt M"yA"tomobI.'n\ 'e Comp'1 .......J
my last time
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: Moms Ofi cs; Bloomirfton' IllmoiiI
":-\0, I've only been here t"o'f

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THE JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 7WELCOME


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Twelve naval
x many, Norway,
Turkey, Greece,
visit NAS Jax
and April 4 for
training,
Sullivan, NAS

The visiting

partment indoctrination, tour

They partments will also and
activities in the H

ABOARD-Cdr. Phaon B. Derr, Jr., Commanding Officer, civic meetings in
of VP-7, welcomes Fit. Lt. D.J.F. Summon and his crew, of the well as tour
Royal Canadian Air Force, recently on their visit to HAS, Jack. terest in
sonville. (Official Navy Photo) The 12
in Athens, Ga., : :

Royal Canadian Air Force covering completing the a U. I[ ) 1) |

System, with

Visits Patrol Squadron 1 management
Following their
As the big aircraft rolled to a Eight departed-on a return visitto vile, the group !II
stop, spectators noticed that the the Royal Canadian base at the Naval
marking on the fuselage was not Summerside. They were hosted by Mechanicsburg,
that of the United States, but round the officers and men of 415 squadron four-week Supply
circles, that belonging to the Royal and their families for a one Point Operations'
Canadian Air Force. week period. eign Naval
The 415 RAF squadron landedat The senior I
NAS, Jacksonville recently to NATTC is Lieutenant
visit the patrol squadrons at NAS R. Klingberg of
and to view the aircraft of the Lee Germany.
Hosts 50
U. S. Navy and see them in opera-

tion.The .....-t ... Business"I}
16 officers and men of the High Students ; .. f \
RAF, commanded by Fit Lt. 'D. 4Iit. .
J. F. Slimman, were welcomedto Approximately 50 students from ,., x: |
NAS by Commander Phaon D.
Lee High School in Jacksonville
Derr, Jr., Commanding Officer of visited the Naval Air Technical
VP-7, who acted as the host squadron -
Training Center recently on an
to the crew during their stay indoctrination tour. I C
in Jacksonville.The 1 ;
RAF squadron (flies the The tour included a briefing on ( '
"Argus" Anti-Submarine Warfare the functions of the Aviation Elec- Steeps five, \ : :
aircraft, which Is similiar to the trician's Mate School, and the minutes. Two (
P3V. They are based at Summer- visitors were shown the different Overall erected
side, Nova Scotia. training devices and laboratoriesused SALES
The officers and men of the 415 in the training of Navy men to
squadron received briefs and par- become Aviation Electrician's JAX
ticipated in discussions current Mates.
Anti-Submarine Warfare tactics, Another activity was a basket- BOAT '
ball between a team from
as well as carrying 'out area game
familiarization flights and demon- Lee High School and a team from 4588 ST.
Electrician's
stratlonhops for the benefit of NATTC's Aviation At
the VP-7 pilots and crew who Mate Class "A" School.
fly the Sp-2E.
On February 24th VPTs.Crew.

Pets Must Be TI BUCK :

:
ReregisteredEach : ; : :
Meat : : ; ;
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MarchA ",t Sirok '
nr a s/rcv" A Real Old'Fflshiorted ; ,
the Naval
persons residing on
4029 Blanding Blvd. CEDAR HILLS :
Station must re-register all pets
with the pass and Identification
.office, building nine during Marchof HEAVY WESTERN FULL
each year. [
Station policemen will pick up
and Impound all pets that have not ROUND STEAK

been this re-registered station order.in accordancewith '[


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PAGES THE JAX AIR NEWS

CRAFTS PROGRAM....Mrs

James Rylee, Budget and Finance

Chairman, (L) and Mrs.

A.N. Fowler, President of the

JOWC, and Miss Janet Rastall,

(Far R) look on as A/3c Char.
Y ri the JAX AIR NEWS. 4724 Clyde: Drive,
a les finishes a billfoldhe Ads should be: mailed to
I Myers
than Tuesday for publication -
later
8. Florida to arrive not
is making for the crafts Jacksonville
for this dead-
Photo the following Thursday Adsarrivingtoolate
(Navy )
program. unless. the publisher
the following week :
line: will be published
$$300 Given Is instructed other*He.: A check or money order fur the full cost
tithe ad must be receivedVITH the:cop for the: ad.
M! DONUT SEND CASH. \iRATE

ARC ProgramMrs. : Minimum charge ( lines) . SI.00
Per additional line ((4 words per line). .35
A. N. Fowler Presidentand

Mrs. James Rylee, Budgetand '
Finance Chairman ofthejack- GIVE AWAY 3BR house, near FOR SALE Orange Park 2BR
sonvllle Officers' Wives Club recently NAS & schools. Just take up pay- porch, carport & patio on largelot.
presented a $300 contribution ments of $51 mo. No qualifying.No 5 min to NAS. Total price
to the Red Cross Crafts credit check. 207 Hilltop Dr. $4400. Terms CO 4-9351.

Progaram at the U. S. Naval CO 49244. STANDARD SCHNAUZER PUPS.
Hospital.
SALE Fedders Window Unit AKC Reg. champion bloodlines.
FOR
During their visit to the hos-
JIM BYRON AVIATION pital A/3c Charles Myers, patient A/C. Contach Lt. jg Parsons, ext. Breed or show. Fine pets for
who has been an enthusiastic par- 696 NAS J ax.Mon-F d.08001630. children. $65. Call Tom D.eMaria

FLIGHT SCHOOL in the crafts EV 7-4968. ..
ticipant program FOR SALE Normandy Village-
billfold which Is FURN APT. Downtown Riversidearea.
showed them
FAA PILOT EXAMINER FAA APPROVED AIR AGENCY 7SO-6 a 3DR, IB, porch & carport. Cornerlot
one of the many projects avail- with fenced backyard. Low 557 Oak St. Apts #2 & 3.

able. They also Inspected the crafts equity & VA loan. Call 781-0576 1 or 2 BR. Comp redec. Adults
carts which Red Cross Staff and after 5:00 and on weekends. 2103 only. $12.50 per wk or $50 mo.
volunteers use to take projects and Limoges Dr.WESTWOODfor. plus util. Call for appt to see
tools to the wards. after 1800, EV 89886.
Sale 3 bm sgl
Miss Rastall explained thatIt bath, scrn porch, $68.50 pymts. FURN APT 1210 Edgewood Av.,
takes a great dealof near Jax& Cecil. Ph. 8162 days 1 or 2 Rms with prlv bath,
material to support the twice 771-0530 eves. kitchinette, util IncL pri vent,gar,
MILITARY COMPETENCE WRITTEN EXAM INSTRUCTION .
weekly visits by the carts to each '. r---" \: close to NAS. Gentleman, ref.
PHONE 355-7165 ) .1 }< ., \*) r ) >
of the active wards. The r" ; !
duty con- ;. ': 3 Br. homes $100 dn. $58 per
NATIONAL AIRLINES HANGAR (IMESON AIRPORT tribution from the JOWC for sup- \tW mo. & up. Call Mr. SpiersRA
SALES-RENTAL-FLIGHT INSTRUCTION GROUND SCHOOL plies and tools supplements fund : : < L fC 5-7470 or 359-2738 HARPER
available from Red Cross to make fog, ,4"p;:-;:-: REALTY.
possible a larger variety of pro- ( J!>; >e SINGER CONSOLE
jects. This Is the fourth '
year in makes
Sewing machine ZIG ZAGS,
THE BANK OFORANGE \
which the JOWC has helped to buttons has
button holes sews on
PARK support this program. balance $46.00 or reliable party

VP-5 Wives Club assume $7.00 per month paymentsCall
353-1946.A-l Sewing machine
Holds DiscussionThe Exchange Inc. Will deliver,Noob-
: ..- Enllstedmen's Navy Wives ligation.

COMPLETE CONFIDENTIAL\ axle a Club of VP-5 held their first Former NAS CO
luncheon and meeting last Wednesday -
COURTEOUS
.. --s March 4th, since the squadron On Mountain
returned from
BANKING Slganalla. t
There will be a round table dis- Discovery FlightRear
SERVICE cussion held April 1st, at the
Bluejacket's Inn, covering vital Information Admiral James R. Reedy
to the dependent's of former Commanding Officer of

Navy personnel Chief John Rosa NAS Jacksonville, now Commander,
HIGHWAY 17 of the Career information Office, APPRECIATION-ChiefCoppie" U.S. Naval Support Forces,.Antarc-
tics, was on the which i discovered -
will be In charge of the discussion flight
Capwell Band Chief shows the
,
: the 4,000 foot
to 6,000
ORANGE PARK
FLORIDA Member NAVAL TAILORS FOR award he received at the annual I mountains on February 10, in'Y
State Officers of the
F.D.I.C. Meeting V.F.f uncharted areas of Queen Maud
THREE GENERATIONS held in Ocala, Fla., recently.The Land, Antarctic. The mountains are

V.F.W. presented the awardto an extension, of the Shackleton Range :
Chief Capwell showing their 80 to 100 miles West and clearly -
-VANDERBILT TIRES UNIFORMS appreciation for the NAS band I visible> to Admiral Reedy and
and their participation in recent\ crewmembers of the Navv aircraft.
V.F.W. activities. (Navy Photo: The mountains are an extensionof

3 ? by Ron Gardner, PH2)) the Shackleton Range, eighty to
AUTO CENTERS TO SERVE YOU one hundred miles West and clear-

er ly visible to Admiral Reedy and
san, ofjfS7I crewmembers of the Navy aircraft.
Ifi tAV V. ')
NO MONEY DOWN : JL This discovery will help Carto-
it graphers fill In the vast blank of
l Startsfriday spots on charts of the Austral
IAS LOW AS $117| PER WEEK continent.

( While flying over the highest
SETS THE MOST DANGEROUS peak of the newly discovered moun-
; 1st QUALITY NYLON 24 MONTH UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE CARRIER OF THE COMEDY GERM! tains, the plane dropped an

SIZE 1 tier 2 fir 4 fir American flag attached to a
1 for 983 (Mil! 113 1ISI 3512 Starring 4 specially designed steel pole
17IW5 113 1ISI 3532
P 2 1866 W 1S 11.13 H6I 4112 NO DEPOSIT JULIET MILS r weighted to stand upright on
for KM tau M11 list 6 Months to PAY 1/ '4 impact. Inside the pole was a
H0 14 113J 23Et 45.32 A4-
32 10Ci14 14.13 21 tl 55.32 message extending "greetings to
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iOOi13 1113 20.K 3132 'PRESSINGS FAST LAUNDRY"ALTERATIONS.ALL (Information bout the
.40il5- 70.15-<00i1 |150113| 11.13| 22.68 43.32 KINDS flight.
TUIHYM NYLON IUCKWAIL ADD ZOO ON 1I"TUIiUU TIMI The crewmembers on the night,
All Tlr.i Plus Tax &.Excl+anp-Ne $3.00 Add-On .if Old Tin Not CoppobU' TAILOR-MADE BLUES S35.00 besides Admiral Reedy were:
/4)1'111N11/1N/1' Commander
k George R. Kelley
fflDSPECIAL I 1 ROTATION \ [ i Squadron Commander Eldorado,
/ FREE MOUNTING III; Pilot, LCdr R. J. Dickerson,

TUIE.REP IR Pocatello, Id;; Navigator, Staff Sgt
;> i't' AfHi1IIfflfltNEXT A. L. Krlng. Silver Creek, N. Y,;

MAIN STRUT CEDAR HILLS SOUTHSIDI Chief of Staff Capt. M. W. Nichaol-
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IL450JI"SANDf Sk",,.114166.. ..Ac....'frm lOllS fUtt Officer, Cdr. R. L. Dale,
CUOMO.M 0/.. M...Wd./e4.., PwitUf"OH TO NAS JAX Stockton, Calif.; Lt (jg) J, R.
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THE JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 9 1.

ARMS INSPECTION-Corporal Quofo of the Wee i

J. R. Ward comes to inspection 1
arms as Lt. Colonel E. A.

Parnell moves In front of him ". In quite a long experience fflow {

during part of the annual inspecting I have often found that a man ;t 4''

generals inspectionof vila trusts nobody is apt to be the : .
personnel. (Marine Photo) "
a kind of man that nobody trusts. -
Here's something that spells Harold MacMillan.
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Inspecting Team Approximately 18 minutes from NAS South on Hjway{ 17



Holds IG On HAS MarinesBy


GSgt. Wes Ward

The Marine Aviation Detachment and Marine Barracks were inspected -
by the Inspecting General's Team from Headquarters Marine
Corps for three days last week. Both units passed with flying colors 1 050 AVI, GREli* C
according to Colonel Victor R Bisceglia senior officer in the team I
here. I
Both of the units received several (
"note-worthy" comments on
certain phases o'f the inspection and outstanding on others. Note- I II I
worthy is the highest mark given.

The inspection team, known as the "IG" is sent out annually by CHRYSLER MARK OF C QUALITY
the Commandant of the Marine Corps and reports directly to him on AUTHORIZED DEALER MOTORS CORPORATION p ;
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the
conditions of the units inspected The Commandant uses these
reports to arrive at his readiness report to plan for the following
years.
The team goes through the equip-
bunks and ,and
ment, administration and inspected Capt. John
sonnel with a fine tooth comb per-, Buckly a long time andministrator WANT MORE FOR YOUR MONEY..-KEEP YOUR EYE ON GRANTS
so to speak. They leave no book in the Corp didn't miss anything 3636 BLANDING BLVD. CEDAR HILLS' SHOPPING CENTER
as he went throughthe ..mv C'Z .
unopened in delving into the unit's
business.Lt. legal files, personnel records t
CoL Edward manuals, orders and other admin- \
A. Parnell of *
istration. O GET YOUR GRANT"CHARGEIT" :
the -
IG team selected a group of i- -
The inspecting team both
Marines to run the physical fit- gave HOW' i
local units a "Well Done" upon ACCOUNT
ness test to determine they could
This .
completion of the inspection.
meet the minimum'demanded' physical of the Ma-requirements was echoed down the line to the MAKES EASTER SHOPPING EASY AND FUN/ ''
troops by Lt. CoL John Urell,
that rines. This was the standard test Commanding Officer of the Marine Yours..all the credit you can budget... ,
Marines mint pass twice each Aviation Detachment, and Major with Grant's Revolving "Charge-It" Plan!
year and is climaxed by a three George Wickman,Commanding
mile run with pack, helmet and EXAMPLE'SWeekly
Barracks.
Officer
Marine
weapons. CpL M. D. Sealy, an Payments i $2.50 $3.75 $7.00
administrative clerk, completedthis or Monthly Payments 10.00 15.00 28.00 ; "
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run in twenty six minutes to {i'
lead the pack in. Gives you Credit of: 130.00 210.00 soo.op J ;1 1r
Another group of Marines stooda
personnel inspection, another TELL US THE AMOUNT OF CREDIT YOU DESIRE
was administered a written test w
prepared by the IG designed to
WIN THIS FREEg'
measure the Marines general mil-
itary knowledge.The local Marines
average score was above that of
the Marine Corps according to Col. '
Bisceglia. TV SET !

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AIR NEWS
10 THE JAX _

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In a playoff flame for ( ) ( ) lilke rorire
tramural Basketball Nat'1 ( )


!ed tied number VP-30 with one 5543.;o-l spot records.Both For toner IIlKrman N. A

undefeated record
last week as VAP-62 selecting just the right fishing rod and reel,
the VP-30 cagers 56-50. Then you're off to catch the big ones. But
High scorer In the after the spree is over, your fish basket contains
VP-30 game was Howard did when you left--dead grass. __,
of VP-30 with 20 points. occasion you settled down to soak in the warm
VAP-12; --VP-30 game, little breather atmosphere. Suddenly he was
Fablslak of VAP-62: was hour to wet a brought to his feet by a firm jerk
scorer with 26 points. unexpecting to from the end of his fishing line, "NICE CATCH SARGE"..SSgt.
Entering the Intramural ) ( ) than some fresh and "his" battle with a big one Travis M. Camp of the Air Force
for the National League ( ) began.It 679th Radar Unit, caught a 7 lb.
I wasn't certain what
exactly 2 oz. Black Bass in Casa Linda
..the line runs was on the contrary end of the
Lake, Wednesday, March 4. Casa
fear line until with the aid
you've 8 lb. test ,
Linda Lake is located adjacent
reel, and you of a fellow fisherman, the unsuspecting -
to the Chapel park and play ground.
the beached.
largest was Sure'(Navy Photo by FAPL)
to take your enough, a big mouth bass,weighingIn
at 7 lbs. 2 ozs., the largest What did he use for bait
last week as big mouth bass ever caught by the Insnaggingthe big bass?That muchof
,ofAF679th, Air Force "nooner". the story still remains a secret.
I lunch break A quick call to Special Services, .,.,., .
r Q Linda Lake guardian of the base fishing
facility revealed that to their
his line in knowledge it Is the largest bass
to the chapel taken from Casa Linda in better
the Sergeant than a year.
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s s a e h111"m SAVINGS NO FISH TALE-Pete Petersonand
ORANGE AVENUE D. W. Hiller, NAS retired per-
COVE SPRINGS sonnel, have proof of their catch
ROSES CO 4-6511 PJ with a mess of bass ranging from
AZALEA (DWARF) 17 MIN. SO. OF NAS ON HIWAY 17 5 va 3ft to 9Kz} Ibs. The catch was made
last Friday Knight's Fish Camp,
PECANS 781-0111 operated by Charles Knight, also
PLUMS T.V.'S IN ROOMS NAS retired, located south of NAS
PALMS 781-1596 AIR COND. UNITS on HI-Way 17 at Black Creek.


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EVENING SHOWS: Mar. 17.21, 8 P.M.It Phone 771-2803
SPINY GREEK MATINEES: Mar 21, 2:30: P. M.
LIGUSTRUM Mo,. 22, 1 15 P.M.
OPEN 9 am 12 mid. Weekdays
Hi Spct'!dli:,' in! / : : ( : under 12, half price Mar 21, 2:30: P.M. 1 pm 12 mid >'s"America's
and Mar. 22, 5.P.M. Matinees Only.
FlolraiiH, Ulhf' \ : : : : (
also on sale at Civic Auditorium and Hemming Fun Sporf"GE '
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MARCH 12. 1964
THE JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 11 j:

'\ 93x100 to win the class .C'event travel to Winter Haven Florida ;.

... ', ; Jox Navy\ llfi\ts\ lax NarySaratoga the all gauge shoot. In this the coming annual Dixie weekend Classic to take Champ-part "I Ii Iiin :

The Jax Navy Shooters plan to ion shlos.

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rX 'r) c} Judo 99 '
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SlpJad Port Matdt i Jax Navy Skeet Shooterswon 4 VOLKSWAGENSat

four out of six first placeA.

The Jax Navy Judo team, on Lipsey, and D.C. Mathews, awards In the Azealea Open Skeet
Tuesday March 3, were host to Brown Belts; J.L. Baird, Clyde Shoot held at Palatka, Florida
the Saratoga Judo Squad for an Harp and JD. McCarron Green March 78. SPRING MOTORSGREEN
, Dr. R.L. Parsons of NATTC
Instructional Judo Tournament.This Belts; and Greg Lehman, Mike
type of tournament Is designed Driscoll, Dental Dept. broke a fine 47-
T.L. Tharp, Ray Ma- COVE SPRINGS 284.9209
to give contest experience to rote, and R.J. MOljewski,all White 50 In the sub small gauge to win
the less experienced men on bbth Belts. the class A award, while CWO
teams. E.C. Miller of NAS Medical Dept.
Stanley Klnlmoto, third
degree
The Saratoga team, coached by Black Belt, acted as referee and broke a 43x50 to win top honorsIn
J.W. Adams, 1st degree Black gave a demonstration of throwing class C.
Belt, has only been In traininga and hold down techniques. Dr. Parsons broke a 97x100to OUR OWNCAROLINA
win the class A award In the
little over two months. Mem- ""*The
Jax Navy Judo team plansto
of their 20 gauge event and runner up In I
bers team Gilbert
are: travel to Pensacola, fora 1jul11
the 20 event. __ MOON
Ortiz, Gerald Oravec, Eugene North Florida Judo tournament gauge
Green, J.W. Adams J.A. Sza- later this month. CWO E.C. Miller broke a

franskl, Bob Brindle, Larry Shep- The Club is now holding courses ARE YOU THIS MAN? BRAND
herd, Fred R. Edmonds, Jim War- for beginners and experienced mil-
41'
ren, Charles Wiseman,Daniel Jol- itary personnel, and dependents. SALARY TO $600
ley, William McAuley and R.J. These classes are held every Mon- PLUS COMMISSIONS .
Smith. day and Wednesday from 6:30-: $15,000 NOT UNUSUAL
The Jax Navy team was madeup 8:30: p.m. for men; on Saturdaysfrom Completing your tour of duty
of D.L. Stewart, Coach and planning to live in the
; C. noon to 1:30 p.m. for womenof
all greater Jax area? Check thesenew NYLON HOSE
ages. Spectators are always -
welcom'e.two career opportunities.No .
Jax Navy Places f ceiling on income, independent SEAMLESS IN REGULAR STITCHEDOR
consecutive 77s for a 225 and thorough enjoyment
total. Francis shot a 73 the first of work, continual self im- MICRO MESH
Second In Local
time around and then turned in provement through profess-
two consecutive 78's for a final ional training associationwith
Linkster MatchThe and a 229 total. one of the world's great PR $ 99
The Navy linksters from Mem- companies. 69 t PR. OR 3 FOR 1
Jax lInksters phis captured the top spot by turn-
Navy placed
second In a field of sixteen teamsat Ing In 946 total for the tourney. The man we seek, age 27 to
Ben Jennett from Memphis placed officer senior
the Southeastern 45, or petty
recent Military -
Invitational Golf Tournamentheld third in the individual stand- officer, married, willing to SUNTONE AND TANTONE. COMPARE AT
Ings when he fired a 79-78 anda
here on the NAS "greens". 74 for a 231 total work hard, high financial ANY PRICES SIZES 8 1/2 TO 11
\
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Pacing the Jax Navy team and The Glynco Navy linksters goals. available L
Opening 1 May.
fifth
placed by posting a 966.
capturing the first two positionsin .
The Mayport linksters turned In ,l.S Olt Ley r '
the individual Write in confidence giving R'W I
standings were .G"'c M 'h' o'cYe I.Exft
a 1043 to capture the fifteenth brief summary of qualifications Y' PlanN : urp. ,Y .O'\JntJ'\ : "' SV ,tI I.
Bill Scarabrough and Jon Francis. position In the meet, and to tie BOX 3-4724 CLYDE DRIVE I '' a'9, Moll!
Scarabrough rounded the greens with Sanford also posting a total JAX 8, FLA.
three times by firing a 71 and point production of 1043.





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-Aca1 Tk Hi ///l/ :3 P Pmis< $ 988 Team Series!


1 CONTINENTAL LEAGUE
Vapor
FICEUR ##13 scored a 988 high
team series In IM Bowling, to Alley Cats 2 1/2, Black Shoes 11/2
take the high single game honors Pizzon's 4, FICEUR #20 9ESI
from the Sky Warriors who posteda ComFairJax "A" 2, Spoilers 2

-I 967 in the preceedlng week. Paymasters #14, BB Stackers 0
Three more keglers joined the Paymasters #22, Protons 2
ra ranks of the "600" Bowlers this NARTU #14, Mix Masters 0

past week. They were: William Avions 4, Supply 0
Scarabrough of the Mad Foxes witha ComStoreFlve 4, BurgermastersO
with More WhetstoneWith
623; Robert Haberly of the Sky Contact me today!
Warriors with a 621; and Ken NATIONAL LEAGUE

the approach of warm Jump aircraft. Therrel of the Pizzon's with a Play Boys 3, Rookies 1 t JOE
weather inducing sun lovers out Hopes are to begin a regular 605.Results Lucky '7' 3, 679th 1 i
of doors, The Vapor Trails are schedule of weekend jumping at of the past weeks action: Baymen 4, Electrons 0

likewise beginning to receive sev- Whitehouse Field, north of Cecil AMERICAN LEAGUE Air Frames 3, Pan Handlers 1 :; LUTENPhone
eral invitations to put on para- Spectators are welcome, and also FICEUR #3 3, Bombers 1
chute exhititions throughout Invited to visit the Home ofThe Sky Warriors 4, Crash & Fire 0 VA-35 3, Marines 1 771-6400

Florida, Georgia and as far away Vapor Trails, Bldg. 503 Cannon Cockers 3, Doc's 1 NARTU #2 3, Owl Hoots 1 3811 Blandin2-Blvd
as Texas. Persons interested in joiningthis Griffins 2, Marlins 2 STATE
Needlers 3, ComFairJax MB" 1 Your contribution' to HOPE MulaatAMa.o. lI. FARMt--)
All arrangements for such trips obtain unique further organization Information may by Mad Foxes 4, Eagles 0 I prm ideS tinn en led drug* anti IMM Offltti..... .
will now fall into the hands of Cursors 4, Seahees 0 equipment' to help the i tick and
8780
Ext. ,evenings.
calling the the
throughout
newly elected officersPresident Chiefs 3, Riggers 1 coffering
orld.
t\
Wesley Fox; Vice President Larry Phone -e
Parmer and Operations Officer
SP 1.0205
SP
1-3770
Red Holden.
Bob ( )

It was on the election night that .
the membership presented a WE WIRE FLOWERS 4 t Y.x 4 1

special trophy-award to outgoing
president Rick Marini in appreci- VVgAeO4utttRoiAt
ation for his faithful service to
the Club. Rick still holds the tit- 4

le as Club Safety Officer.At ;

this same meeting the mem-
bership welcomed into the Club 103rd ST. WESCONNETT
Lt. Jim Pearson of VP-30 Between Cecil & NAS

presenting him with an honorary
membership. He also receiveda Qi
:
letter of appreciation for the EASTERSPECIAL ;
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numerous hours of off-duty ser- ro ,ea ,

vice he has given the Club fiyingIi i *



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