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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: March 26, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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J.t Thr JAX AIR N'E'AS is a Civilian Enterprise Now'!,papp,
NASA p." ,'.: .,. the U. S. Naval
Held At JJ" .' ,; distribute! each: Thursda\ Air stain! ,
'I'T.;! ,', JarXsonMlIf Florida, h\ the Hell Publishing Company a

",',(;'of". : nrixau' firm All Cops submittrrl for 'Use in the ,HXfp} ]

program of Holy Week and : XE'AS must ho forwarded to the Service Information Offic! '
Easter Services for personnel and .,," Box 2. Jacksonville, n>' 12:00: n-jon- on :Monday Ixfur., I

dependents of the Protestant and ..'.'. publication N>\\s Hems are welcomed from! all source>..

Catholic faith will keynote the Telephone EV 9-7711 Ext. 8162. ;.
stations activities beginning today .,; Advertisements solicited b\ the publisher and quM-u''

and continuing through Sunday, concerning! such should be directed to the Holt Publishing !
March 29. Company 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida'i I

v Of special Interest to Protestant it T Telephone 359-10.10 or 359-0271..

personnel will be the Good ;
Friday Service from 12 p. m. :: VOL. 22 NO. 3 MARCH 26, 1964Chaplain's

to 1:30 p. m. tomorrow, at which ;.ri!$ .'.' I
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time, area Chaplains will partici- ;:ri: ;' -
pate In bringing meditations on the ': ;I !1

"Seven Last Words of Christ from : {..i' / MessageBy
the (
Cross. The Catholic Good .if-; ... .
Friday service will began at 12 '::,' I "".
p. m. and will offer worshippersthe ':.v.J.t"; Chaplain Frederick J. Murray, LT, USNR
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"Stations of the Cross" anda :'" '1/,:j.::,..::., o kJ The predominant spirit of Easter has always been consideredone
Meditation on the "Seven Last : woS s
oI-C\ "' born of confidence a confidence Inspiredby
..i. i,." of hope. It Is a hope
Words. 't.1
: ; a Risen Lord who has conquered sin, man's weakness, and death,
The Easter Sunrise Service will -I-
man's fear. He conquered sin when, as a Representative human
be held in Hanger 117, directlywest nature, He had willingly undergone the suffering and death of Calvaryas

of the NAS 'Terminal, at Dignity of the Human BeingIs satisfaction to the Eternal Father for the sins of humanity. He
6:15 a. m. on Sunday morning,
and will have had mastered death in a magnificent display of His power as God,
it's
as guest Himself to life on Easter Sunday. Thus the traditional

preacher President, of Rev.the Jacksonville Joe J. Martin Min-, Basis for Many FreedomsTHE Christian restoring cry" of exultation "sin where is thy victory, death whereIs

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thy sting
isterial Alliance. Music for the
fear death? We fear it not so much as
Service will be It Is true, Isn't it, that we
Naval Air Station provided Band and by the the Founding Fathers of this nation had a passionate be- an experience, for It Is sometimes quick and often a deliverance

All Saints' Chapel Choir. in the dignity and worth cf the individual.It from the pain of long Illness. Rather, our fear of death is the fear

High Masses will be celebratedfor was upon this belief that they built. of the unknown which we face. The struggle for existance may be
And it to insure against the undermining of this firm has and which is
Catholic personnel in the St. was a demanding one, but it a familiarity a certainty
.
Edwards foundation that they embedded certain freedoms of the peoplein a comfort to us.
Chapel at 9 a. m. ;
and 11 Easter the Bill of Rights. Some of our fear of death can be removed by a better understanding
a. m. on Sunday.A Hard by the first stake-the right to worship God in one's own
of scheduled of what it might entail. We can know more than we do about it. After
listing services 'waythey drove into the bedrock of America:
of worship are as follows: The right of free speech and freedom of the press. all, our soul is our life's principal whose main abilities are mind
Protestant Holy Week Services, The right of the people to assemble peaceably and will power. Since our soul survives our body to be judged by
All Saints' Chapel The light to petition the government for redress of grievances. Its Creator, we can conclude that life after death will be a contin-
March These are heady freedoms, indeed. But the proper recognitionand uation of our present conscious existence full life of I Knowingand <
29--Maundy Thursday use of them is essential if representative government is to I
observance of the Lord's Last be more than a lofty but empty ideal.It loving and of being known and loved. It will be a completelylucid

is a measure of their confidence as well as their faith, in the aware existence. Thus, it is possible to know much more than
(Continued on Page 6)) "dignity and worth of the individual, that the Founding Fathers pro- some people realize about life after death.
claimed these rights these freedoms A better means of fear of death however, is religious
For there is a fine line beyond which the exercise of such personal conquering any
freedoms can become license. faith, the Easter faith in the Lord Who controls both life and

Station Traffic The genius of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights is that in death. Added to this is Sur renewed awareness that we have a Lord
their fundamental statements and in subsequent interpretations there Who has conquered the weakness of sin, Who rendered the poison
are definite clauses that keep this whole structure of freedom in
With such
ViolationsThe balance. harmless by giving us the antidote of His Cwn strength.

Freedom of speech Isn't abridged. for example, by the prohibition Inspiring and comforting thoughts in mind on Easter morning can
of a blasphemous libelous, or indecent public address injurious to we have anything but hope?
public morals or private reputations.
following is a report of "Freedom of the press" the Supreme Court has held, "may pro-
motor chicle accidents and traf- tect criticism and agitation for modification 01 repeal of laws hut it t
fic violations for the period 15 does, not extend to protection of him who counsels and encourages the ;
violation of the law it exists.
as
March 1964 through 21 March 1964.
Peaceable assembly obviously Is no sanction of mob rule. ..
No, the Founding Fathers sought no licenses. They sought to insiuv .<,
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis the freedom and dignity of newly freed men and their prosperity b\: 'F "
The right to stand straight and speak to read freely and fully.
with confidence in an unhobbled preys .
Week 15 March 1964 To gather with others sharing a common: concern to petition
through 21 March 1964. . .5 without reprisals or the sneer of official contempt.
Total Accidents this year L-t us rcm I\bcr and icdcdicatc ourselves to these manly goals: .

through 21 March 1964..57: + slut
Total Accidents through March .w av -- Ie x ,. f .. t1

1963 . . . . .61 0\, 1
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trays ) 'j"
This Week: .. . . . .69 x 01

Speeding . . :. . .11 >

Reckless Driving . . ,2 BOOTSTRAP NAS
SUPPORTED-In a news conference held here at
Going through Stop Sign .1 recently, the
top Naval Officials of the Jacksonville Naval Complex
Other Violations . . 55 announced their
support for the Bootstrap Group, which Is a grouporganized
About Our to help provide better schools inJach nville.IL-R( ) Cap|

J. R. Compton, C.O., Jax, Capt. J. A. Smith, C.O. Cecil Field,

CoverJax Charles L. Hoffman, Vice President of the group and Capt. C.H.
'M h wv'ery Turner, CO. Mayport. (Official Naval Photo)

Air News photographer Ron Jax Jewish ServicesThe

Gardner, PH2, set out this past
week seeking to capture his inner- Jewish Congregations of times of services or the locations

most feelings of Easter on film. Jacksonville announce special ser of the synogogues can be securedby
Our cover picture Is the result.A vices and home hospitality for calling the Chaplains <("ff'ce' .

fine example of photographic service personnel incident to the Extension 425 or 470.

artistry. a Passover. In keeping with the Seder or

Ron's model Is 3year-oldMaria .. Services are scheduled for Friday Passover Ritual, home hospital
.... Herbert, daughter of Commanderand Saturday and Sunday, March Is being offered to Jewish per
Mrs. Edgar Herbert, Jr. The rridi April 2"4' and Thursday, sonnel by each of our local congre
his Easter SAY A-H-HI Dan Boyington, PHI of the Fleet Air Photo lab lor home
accompanying usesa Vand Saturday the
verse Reform gations. Arrangements
tube from a shringe to feed one of the three rall'
was prepared by Chaplain squirrels found ina Conservative and Orthodox hospitality be made bv :
photo nest behind building 921. (Navy Photo by FAPL) synagogues of may ExtenSion
R. W. Radcliffe. Jacksonville. Specific Ing the Chaplains office,

. . . . information relative to the 425 or 470.



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MARCH 26. 1964
JAX AJR NEWS __.. PACE 3

VP-30 PilotAwarded

MedalThe ALL 1iwi\i\ TOP


Navy Commendation Medal "NEW" 1I&JL4BRANDS
,, was awarded to Lieutenant EdwardF.
Doherty Flight Instructor for'

VP-30. THE BEST SERVICE in JACKSONVILLE
\ While serving as Patrol Plane
l I Commander in VP-26, during the
I, \ quarantine of Cuba in 1962 Lt.
Doherty provided vital Intelligence ONLY DASTE'S I
1i information on shipmo\'ements' NOW !
cluding photographs of the Soviet
i It E. F. Doherty Ship "Lininsky Komsomol" which, GIVES
I was carrying eight medium ballistic -

Rear missiles Admiral N, C, Gillette the (NO EXTRA CHARGE)
Commander of Fleet Air Wing
J Atlantic, made the presentation on 2 YEARS
I behalf of the Secretary of the Navy GUARANTEE
during ceremonies held a.t VP30on
I March 10.NAVAL.


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BYRON AVIATIONFLIGHT Check CashingProcedures II' ,'j


SCHOOLFAA AtNAS
PILOT EXAMINER FAA APPROVED AIR AGENCY 750-6

Com Store 1r


New check cashing procedures
will go into effect next week at
the Commissary Store, it was
announced recently. In the past,
MILITARY COMPETENCE WRITTEN EXAM INSTRUCTION Navy Commissary Stores have .
PHONE 355-7165 been authorized to accept patron's r.
personal checks when drawn in the
NATIONAL AIRLINES HANGAR IMESON AIRPORT exact amount of the purchase and
SALES-RENTAL-FLIGHT INSTRUCTION GROUND SCHOOL when drawn in amounts of $50.00of
less without regard to the-
amount of the purchase. However, '4

[ in light of existing and anticipated ____ ___ -,
ROOSEVELT MALL [) future regulations personnel have deficiencies been prescribed, new NATO a BBW VISIT Copt. J.R. Compton, C.O., NAS, and Capt. A. T.
Decker, Chief ol' Staff, ComFoirJ ,w lcome the arriving NATO
| with respect to the acceptance of officials on their arrival here at NAS, March 19. (Navy Photo
L checks by Navy Commissary
Gardner, PH2))
Stores follows by Ron
H CARWASH as :
| a. The only checks which will
be accepted are patron's personal NATONaval Committee Visits
HOURS MONDAY thru SATURDAY am.6 p.m. | checks drawn in the exact amountof .
the purchase.
| b. All other negotiable instru- Air Station Jax
OPEN SUNDAYS 9:00: til 1:30: P.M. ments, including U. S. Govern-
I I ment pay and allotment checks,
Located 1n Th": R"JJsevf.1tfall/ Shopflntcwit(( 'Ton R'los'-vlt Hlvr will not be accepted. As the big C-151 Constellation started It's approach on the run
I This regulation will go into effect ways here at NAS, March 19, Commanding Officers of the various
EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY March 31. Patrons are requested commands at NAS, started their approach to greet it.
I to cooperate by insuring that they The plane, with the words
AUTO WAX APPLIED have adequate cash or a personnal "United States of America" Inscribed Qecker were: Capt. W. G. Law-
FREE WITH CAR WASH I check on hand when entering the onit'ssideandfourgleaming son, Capt. L.. P. Pressler, Capt.C. .
store. Counter checks will not be stars on the door, came to a G. Strum, Capt. S. L. Lanier,
-- .Ti TI 1Y I available at the Cashier's Office. re. t. The door opened, men and Cdr. L. A. Menard, Jr., and LCdr
uniforms representing the world R. D. McClure.
stepped down and were greeted by The officials and the Armed
HAPPOAHIES III IIRflM Captain J. It Compton,NAS,Commanding Forces they represented were:
Officer and Captain A. T. Lt. Gen. Baron C. P. de Cumont
j Decker, ComFalrJax Chief of Staff, and Maj. Gen. Count Alfred Cornet
and various other officers of NAS, of the Belgian Army; Adm.
NATTC and other commands.The Max Douget, French Navy; Maj.
visitors were the Military Gen. Gerhard Wessel, German
Committee and Standing Groupsof Army; RAdm. H. M. van
lit I MBTflRS the North Atlantic Treaty den Wall Bake, Royal Netherland
Organization (NATO). They were Navy; Lt. Gen.Jose Maria da ponte
representing 11 different Armed Rodriques, Air Force;
USED mm. mmm THEY THINK THEY'RE mi Portuguese
Forces of the world includingthe Maj. Gen. Niels Erik Leschly,
I United States. Danish Lt. Gen. Constan-
Army;
4538 SAN JUAN AVE. The group attended a Command tine Margaritis, Royal Hellinic
Presentation, given by Capt. Air Force; Gen. Sir Michael West,
Compton, which began their tour British Army;RAdm.SlzaiOrkunt,
1 YEAR GUARANTEE WARRANTY ON ALL CARS! of NAS. After the presentation, Turkish Navy; Brig. Gen. WilliamG.
they paid a visit to the Naval 1 Lee, Jr., Gen. Dean C.Strotherand
'60 PLYMOUTH SEDAN . . .$695 '56 FORD . . . . .$495 Hospital, Fleet Air Wing Eleven, Lt. Col. Lyle W. Thompsonof
Automatic transmission, radio, heater. Straight stick, radio, heater. O&R, Operations and NATTC's the United States Air Force.
'63 FALCON HARDTOP . . .$1895 '59 FORD WAGON . . . .$795 Radiography.The .
Automatic transmission, radio, heater. Automatic transmission, heater. officials then attended a
WILLIS STATION WAGON . . .$395 '63 TR 3 CONVERTIBLE. . . $1895 luncheon at the Officer's Club IUU laiN IO{ K.BOTTOM'
Overdrive. Radio, heater. and finally departed NAS aboard & fi.ITE5SN'
I '59 FORD GALAXIE "V8" . . .$895 '57 CHEVROLET WAGON . . .$695 the same luxurious aircraft that .,,,YCI,
Auto trans., radio, heater. Auto trans., V8, radio, heater. brought them in. Call: E. Mark Utsey
'59 METRO SEDAN . . . .$495 '62 DODGE WAGON '. . . .$1695 Escorting these top officials a- STAn aUTOMOalLEINSUAANCI rUIi MUTUAL I S'&i" Form Aoul
Auto trans, R&H, power steering, like new. long with Capt. Compton and Capt. CUM/ANT 389.0338
ilLy'!!
'61 RENAULT DAUPHINE SUNROOF .$595 '63 CHEVROLET HARDTOP . .$2595 1948 BI.ANDING -:',
I Radio, heater. Auto trans, R&H, power steering and brakes,

\ '61 FORD GALAXIE HARDTOP .$1595 'air 62 conditioned. MONEY IN 1 DAY
; Auto. trans., radio, heater, power steering CHEVROLET IMPALA . $1steering.
Hardtop, R&H, Auto
" 62 VOLKSWAGEN . . . $1495 '63 trans., power
T-BIRD CONVERTIBLE Loaded. .$3799'Like
new. $
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MARCH 26, 1964
JAX AIR NEWS
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"0" Club CPO Club 126 Hosts Congressman .

MoviesMovies On Friday March 27at8:00g.rn. All those interested in protect-

Congressman Charles E. Bennett ing their military benefits are
Thursday, March 26 Thursday, Msrch 26 will be the guest speaker at the urged (to attend the meeting Fri-
Hour 3:30 Fleet Reserve Hall located at4530 day, March 27.
Happy p. m. 6:00p.: m. Happy Hour will be show regularlyat
.
Dinner 6:00 120th Street.
p. m. 9:00 p. m.
.p I Friday, March 27 7 p. m. on Monday through The Fleet Reserve Association
Saturday; at 2 p. m. and 7 1 p. m.
Friday, March 27 Dance to George Hughs and at the Branch 126 is presently engagedIn TktJ JwiC41WJtk&t1tVek
on Saturday; Sunday,
Hoilf 3:30 fighting to protect the hospital
Happy p. m. 6:00p.: m.
Mainside and NATTC Theatersand
Saturday, March 28 of
rights retirees.
Dinner 6:00 p. m. 9:00: p. m. Military
at 7 m. only on Sunday
p.
Charlie Ja 8:00 p. m. 12:00: ra. m.Saturday Dance to Phil Cay at the Hospital Theater. These Congressman Bennett, who is an
s honorary member of FRA, recent-
March 28 Sunday, March 29 times are subject to change ly made several speeches in the SEE PAGE 12 ANDYOU'LL ,

Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6:00p.' m. Pre-school l Easter egg hunt Thursday, March 26 house of Representatives under- KNOW WHY I

Dinner 6:00 p. m. 9:30 p. m. 1:00 p. m. scoring demands for more protec-
; Mainside Sword and the Stone -
Johnny Jelnick 8:30 p. m. Dance to George Hughs Animated Cartoon tion for military retirees and de- RIVERSIDECHEVROLET
12:30a. pendents.
m.Sunday March 30 NATTC Geronimo Chuck Con-
Monday, Membership in the Fleet Re-
March 29 nors, Kmala Devi
Pizza serve Association is open to all
Night Hospital Love In A Goldfish
Navy and Marine career or active CEDAR
Easter HILLS
Buffet
Family 11:00 a. m. -
Sands Fabian
2:00 p. m. 'Tuesday, March 31 Bdwl TommY' duty personnel

Dinner 5:00 p. m. 9:00: p. m. Happy Hour Friday, March 27

Monday, March 30 Wednesday, April 1 Mainside Tarzan the Ape Man Auto Liability Insurance
Denny Miller, Ceasar Danova
Happy Hour 3:30: p. m. 6:00p. m. Western NightAcey NATTC Sword and the Stone DUVAL COUNTY RATES

Dinner 6:00 p. m. 9:00 p. m. I Animated Cartoon Over 25 Married. ,$39.00 Over .$43.00
Hospital Love in a Goldfish 21-25 Married . $55.00 21.25 Single. . $72.00
Tuesday, March 31 Bowl Tommy Sands, Fabian Under 21 Married. $67.00 Under 21 Single. .$115.00

Happy Hour 3:30: p. m. 6:00p.: m. Duecy 6 MO. POLICY MONTHLY PAY PLAN
Foreign dish night (Mexico) Saturday, March 28
MhAIItAI I 'C INSURANCEAGENCY
6-9:00 p. m. Mainside Move Over Darling -
Dartmouth Glee ClubWednesday Club Doris Day, James Garner

April 1 NATTC Tarzan the Ape Man Clear Main Gate HAS, JAX
Thursday, March 26 Denny Miller, Ceasar Danova
Happy Hour 3:30 m. 6:00 6463 Roosevelt Blvd Phone EV 8-7676
: p. : p. m. Hospital Sword and the Stone -
Hour 4:30 -
Happy : p. m. 6:30p. m.
Dinner 6:00 p. m. 9:00 p. m. Animated Cartoon

Fried Chicken all you can eat Friday, March 27
March 29
Sunday,
Phil Cay and Chantels 8:30 p. m. .
At the vegetable counter the 12:30 a. m.Saturday. Mainside Blue Hawaii Elvis
woman stopped and dug into the Presley, Joan Blackman
lettuce bin, examining each head March 28 NATTC Move Over Darling -

carefully. Finally, on the Doris Day, James Garner
very
Marc Castle 8:30 p. m. -12:30 a. m. j
bottom layer, she found one that Hospital Tarzan the Ape Man -
suited her. She put it in her Sunday, March 29 Denny Miller, Ceasar Danova HALTEDby
basket and was ready to moveon
Game Night 5:30: p. m. 7:30p. m. Monday, March 30
when a man asked politely, Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings r--
"Madam, would you kindly tell 8:30 p. m. 11:30 p. m. MainsideNightCreaturesPeter
me which is the second best head?" Cushing, Yvonne Romain
Monday, March 30 NATTC Blue Hawaii Elvis

Happy Hour 4:30 p. m. 6:30: p.m. Presley, Joan Blackman liJ a money
Hospital Move Over Darling -
Tuesday, March 31 Doris Day, James Garner ?
problem
Game Night 7:30p.. m. 9:30p. m. Tuesday, March 31

Starts: FRIDAY! I Wednesday, April r> Mainside Man in the Middle -

Open Robert Mitchum, Frances Nuyen
NATTC Night Creatures Peter

You only live Jackets Inn Cushing, Yvonne Romain .
Blue Hospital Blue Hawaii Elvis
once..so see
Presley, Joan Blackman
The Pink Panther Doin's
Wednesday, April I
twice March 26
Thursday,
Mainside Cash McCall James

Hootenanny Garner, Natalie Wood
I NATTC Man in the Middle -
1'. Friday, March 27
(:1M Robert Mitchum, Francis Nuyen
Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings Hospital Night Creatures-Peter
characters Meet the zaniest V/>'(. _;. 8:00: p. m. 1:00 a. m. Cushing, Yvonne Romain proceed to HFC
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> .
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fU : .;' ; .' 12:00
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Easter Service),

Let Mrs. Anderson Prepare A Delieiout Dinner In'Her Oun kitclen. For You* (Continued from page 2))

.
Anderson's Kitchen Supper.
March 27--12 p.m.1'30 p.m.
TAKE-OUT ORDERS ONLY --"The Seven Last Words of Christ
from the Cross." Worshippersmay

Specializing In EV 8-7205 IND1MDLXLOR : attend ice. all or a pdrtion of

CIHCKKN OK FAMILY SIZE 90 will appear at the Marc 29--6:15
SHRIMP DINNERS THE DARTHMOUTH GLEE CLUB, over voices a. m.--Easter
NAS, Officers Club, March 31, at 8 p. m. This glee club has made Sunrise' Service at Hanger 117,
appearances on the Ed Sullivan Show, the Perry Como Show andat 8:30 a. m.--Holy Communion
the Radio! City Music Hall, where it made 196 performances in administered according to the rite
seven weeks. of the Episcopal Church.
9:30 a. m.--Dlvine
't ti Hours: II A.M. to 9 P.M Worship
o.Bbd.U. /
5857 Monthly
Radcliffe
Chaplain ,
: AFGE
.S.R 17 South ,* (Closed On Monday) 11 a. m.--Divine Worship -

Meeting SlatedThe Chaplain Agnew.
Catholic Holy Week Services St.
monthly meeting of the Edwards Chapel.
Northeast Florida Council of the March 27--Holy Thursday 5
American Federation of Govern- p. m. Mass
as March 28--12-1
vi ment Employees will present p. m.--"Sta-
t their special guest U. S. Repre tions of the Cross" ind Medita
sentative Charles E. Bennett. The tion on "Seven Last Words."
i meeting which is to be held at 7-8 p. Confessions, St. Edwards -
2 the George Washington Hotel on Chapel
April 3 at 7:30: p. m., will be 4=5 p. m. Confessions, King Hall,
r't comprised of the local AFGE NATTC
lodges from NAS Jax, Cecil Field March 29-6:30: a. rru-Mass U. S.
t/J-L Mayport, Veterans Administration Naval Hospital
Internal Revenue, Social Security 9 a. m. High Mass St. Edwards -
( I '_'f" and the Fuel Depot. Chapel
COURSE COMPLETED-Mr. C.S. All AFGE members as well as 10 a. m. High Mass, St Edwards
Foland, Cost Accountant, Comp- non-members are Invited to attend.Doolittle Chapel
iUt1tkJi troler Department, receives a
_
certificate attesting completion of ..Kl
BELLAIR MODEL HOMES the correspondence course, "The Alias Cassius'
WILL NOT BE OPEN Economics of National Security t
from Captain J.R. Compton, C.O. PredictionFor
EASTER MARCH. 29 NAS. This is a graduate level
course divided into five separate
sections. It is administered by the the ten percent unabltto
figure out Alias Cassius' poem 1 I.JSt
Industrial College of the Armed
BELLAIR week, the answer is a change m
Forces. Some of the highlightsare uniforms.
basic economics,progressesinto
Beginning April 1, Blues will
resources and facilities,
1 1 / give way to Whites(enlisttdmen
economics of national securityand J
while Waves don Light Blues and
foreign asspects of security. SAILOR OF THE MONTH-R. F. officers and CPOs wear khaKIs.

ABH3, of VP-45, re- Liberty uniform will be trophi-
cieved the title "Sailor of the cal White long for enlistedmen,
Month for Feb., by LCDR. D.S. service dress light Blue or dress
langer, Maintenance Control White for Waves. The Waves' head
Officer for VP-45, in recent: dress will be the combination hat
ceremonies held in Hanger 116. while on with either
liberty gloves "
The time to : Doolittle was awarded the title worn carried aboard and ashore!
for his attention to duty and de- It has been announced that! 'he
votion to his work and assign dress uniform trophical White
ments. Doolittle also receiveda long or civilian attire (coat and
letter of Comm endation i n May tie) will be the proper dress of' the
'63, in Cuba, for preventing severe Officer's Club for dinner aid:
save is. damage and loss of a PSM throughout the club after 7J.n/ >.
.
"Marlin" aircraft.
Trophical Khaki is not considered
Phone Home a liberty uniform after 7 p.m.

SP 1-3770 SP 1-0205
Why does every one want to be
in the front of the bus, in the rear
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MARCH 26, 1964
JAX AIR HEWS PAGE 7

Fifteen Apprentices Now

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Full Pledged JourneymenFifteen 1. ': .i :

aw M.,
,Apprentices who recently completed four years of training .,
have beenpresented, certificates stating that they are fully qualified

skilled journeymen. __. ,___ _
The presentation ceremony was d I"HONORMANWaldo
conducted In the Smith Room of I .

The Civilian Cafeteria Bldg. 2. ,
Captain .T.; R. Compton, C. C.,
NAS, deliVered the principal Sleeps /111,. Sets up in Jivtminutes.
address the r Two full size beds.
to graduates and their
Overall "cId./u 16' x 66".
I guests. In his address, Capt.
j Compton congratulated the graduates GRADUATES-Twelve received their diplomas at the Apprentice SALES AND RENTALS.
! on their achievements and Graduation held by O&R March 20. They are (L-R) Lawrence E. JAX CUSTOM
! said, "You have done well in learn- Jackson, Clarence M. Anderson, Leo A. Fisher, Donald D. Neifert,
( ing the skills and knowledges of George W. Huntley, William R. Little Thomas D. Green EdmondD BOAT CANVAS
I your trades. You can look back Tenly, Jr., Capt. J. R. Compton, CO, NAS, Principal speaker,
with a feeling of satisfaction over Walter E. Riviere Ray A. Paulk Salmon McClendon,Waldo Romero, COMPANY
f what you have accomplished. I am and Capt. Bentley,Public Works Officer,who presented the diplomas. 4588 ST. JOHNS AVE.
,: proud of you." Capt. Compton (Navy Photo by J. C. Davis, JOSN) At Blandin Blvd.
then went on to review the Apprentices -
! experiences, from the time AVROC
they first took the written examination E.Romero Program,

until their graduation.Capt. Electronics Mechanic, receives a
Compton reminded the gold watch and plaque from Louie Made Available
that we will be forcedto ,.
groups La Grand, President of Master \: ar H NJ. V'f .43 Y tf Ir711 8tryti
grow in technology in future Mechanics and Foreman Assoc-
years and that our scientists are iation, as Honorman of' the Classat Now At NARTU
pointing the way into new tech- the Apprentice Graduation of'

niques and'developments.The O&R, held March 20, at the The newest road to the coveted
Apprentices were trainedin Civilian Cafeteria in the Smith e
Navy Wings of Gold has been opened 0 tf
_
their trades as productive em- Room. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner here at NARTU Jax. / y ) Ay
ployees. This training was supple- PH2)) Applicants are now being pro
mented by academic instructionand
cessed for the new Aviation Reserve -
home study In the fields of
trade theory, math applied FRA9J Officer Candidate (A VROC) Jacksonville KfaketC&ib
program, which Is designed for
science, blueprint reading shop college sophomores who plan toget POST TIME 8 O'CLOCK-On McDuff North of Beaver
, sketch and .
engineering drawing To HoldBarBQ
their degree. -- -- -
with regard to their trades.
On hand to assist Capt. Compton This program offers the collegeman
"
were, Capt.J. A. BentleyPub- an unparalleled opportunity Rte
lic Works Officer and Commander become a Naval Aviation Officer BIG W& III I W uut
g.? R. Whitmore Acting O&R Officer The Fleet Reserve Branch 91 located with a minimum training period.
who presented the cer- at 8445 Roosevelt Boulevard Applicants for the program must
tificates. will hold a branch meeting at 8:00 be at least 17 years old and ableto 13 Locations To Serve You
Louis LaGrade, President of the p.m. April 2. pass the aviation written examination -
Masters and Foremen Associationat On April 11,from 11:00 a.m. until and flight physical. 6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD. Y: Mile N. NAS Gate|
NAS, cited Waldo E. Romeroof 8:00: p.m., there will be a bar- Personnel interested In this new 5444 NORMANDY Across From Atlantic Mills
the Radar Shop, Avionics Divi- becue with pork and beans hot dogs program or in other Naval Aviation 2809 MAYPORT RD. ft Mile From NS Gatt.
son, O&R as the Apprentice hamburgers and steak. Hot dogs and Officer programs should con- formerly'Pruitt Tire, Co.)
Honorman of this class. Romerowas hamburgers will be 25tf and steaks tact the officer procurement teamat BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE
presented an engraved wrist will be $1.25. Everyone is invitedto NARTU Jax, Extensions 268 .On Tires flofferUt .S/x>cfcs 'Brakes PARMAN FRITZ
watch as a symbol of his achieve- attend.... or 361.-- Front End Engln & Transmission Work (Ret C.P.O.)
ments. This Honorman Award has

been Formen bestowed Association by the Masters upon and the WE FINANCE ANYONE IN THE U.S.N.

outstanding Apprentice of each NOTHING DOWN EASY PAYMENTS
class since 1955. Romero had a S 12 Minutes
total point score of 95.23 the South of( HASon BRUNSWICK PREMIUM
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APARTMENTS .': Ititell New 1 NX 1 1 l 1


FURNISHED $65.00UNFURNISHED$55.0Q r s ,

The new Navy Exchange hereat
NAS opened and hundreds of
Ii people surged forward to get a
Children Welcome first-hand look at the new Exchange -
Conveniently Located and get a chance at the 4 8
to downtown I many special marked Items. *
HAS and Cecil Captain J. R. Compton, Com- 11
manding Officer, ,NAS, cut the
traditional ribbon which officially -
CLEO DAVIS H
opened the new store to the
THE RIBBON is cut byCapt.J. R. public.
REALTORS-INSURORS Compton, C.O., NAS. to the new Bunny girls were on hand at
588 S. EdgewoodEV NAS NavyExchange.Assi sting are the doors and throughout the storeto
4-6444-CO 4-9442 (L-R) Capt. J.J. Appleby and Cdr. greet the people and to pass
L.A. Menard. out free gifts to everyone.On '
hand to assist in the ribbon .

cutting were, Capt. J. J. Appleby HUNDREDS gather inside the new NAS Navy Exchange on the
Officer of the
Commanding Navy opening day.
Ship's Store office In Brooklyn ..
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Ads should be:mailed to the:JAX AIR NEWS. 4724 Clyde: Drive
t were plentiful Fri- .4LT :! Jacksonville! H. Florida to arrive: not later than Tuesday for publication
r day, March 20, as four officers Adsarrhlngtuolate for this deadline .
t following Thursday
'r f U'j here at NAS Jacksonville were will:be published the: following'ttk: unless the: publisher:
... promoted to their next highest rank.
order for the full cost
t I is Instructed! otherwise.: A check or money
[ ; ''SERVICES ( The ceremonies were held in be rectivedV1TH the for the ad.
Captain J. R. Compton's office, JG C. C. Chituras, Jr. .
E. Stevenson
nder T. Navy the DO NOT SEND CASH.
Commanding Officer of NAS.
change Officer (L) looks on:as Those receiving their pro- fll' Mi RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . S1.00
plain J.J. Appleby, Com- motions were: LT(18)' C. a Chi- Per additional! line (4 words per line). .),
nding Officer of Navy Shipsre turas, Jr., of Security Lt. T. N I
in Brooklyn N.Y..receives
Flckllng Navy Exchange;Lt.J.W.
i item from Alton Driggers and Duncan, Aircraft Malm.; and Lt. 62 2BR. TRAILER 10'x45' 6301 Knight's Trailer Park 40x70
[illiam Burell (background) two B. E. Blair of the
Supply Dept., Spaces For Rent. Ph 264-2119.
avy Exchange Employees. Roosevelt Lot ###29 Ph. 388-3256. /
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Help Wanted FURN APT. Downtown Riverside
00 Early Outs rU. WOMAN TO CARE FOR CHURCH area; 557 Oak St. Apts #2 & 3.

NURSERY. $10 per week. Inter- 1 or 2 BR. Comp redec. Adults
''recessed Here ested persons call Yukon Baptist only. $12.50 per wk or $50 mo.
utiL Call for to see
Church 389852LFOR plus appt
Jax Per-
The NAS Military
after 1800 EV 8-9886.
nnal Office's Separation Section SALEWESTWOOD3
into full force last week,
oved bm-sgl bath, scrn 3 Br. homes $100 dn. $58 per
recessing nearly 100 early outs B. E. Blair porch, $68 pymts near JaxCecil.Ph. mo. & up. ,Call Mr. SpiersRA
'ffected by the directive Issued bye 8162 days, 771-0530 eves. 5-7470 359-2738 HARPER
Secretary of the Navy last asked.
No equity .REALTY.My .
eek ordering personnel whose -
xpiration of active obligated ser- headaches come, not from
ice (EAOS) date falls on or be- We all have pretty clear under- thinking, but from Inability to think
ore June 30.According. standing of goodness, but seldom of anything to say.--Imperial
to section leader.H applies to the situaton we're In at If a politician tries to buy votes

Sauerwein, YN2, who's staff .J.1N. Duncan"Lt. the moment.- Mignon McLaughlinThe with private money, he's a dirty
onsists of C. W. Tripp, PN2, DES Neurotics NotebookThe crook; If he tries to buy them with
. N. Phillips PN2 D.G. Scott, best.way to liven up a partyIs the people's own money,he's a lib-
N2, and Wave Gerry McGraw, t to leave.Aunt Slug's Sermon. eral.--Human Events.
SA, the bulk of the separationsis bUJ-
from NAS. Carrier Air Wing '
MOTORAMA Inc.d'1
FORD
Three from Cecil Field sent 40 yP ,
men to MPO last week for dis Contact todayl!
me
charge. All ComFairJax staff per z One of the Largest and MostModern

sonnel and tenant command per- 'Q
JOELira in the South
sonnel here at NAS affected by the ;

early release are being separatedby \- PRICES SLASHED
their respective commands, J'
while shipboard sailors out of UNBELIEVABLE SAVINGS

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j 1st Lesson I Jax Navy Skeet Men I


Of .4 t Vie In Dixie Open. MeetThree
Judo mi -

Var r : Jax: Navy Skeet shooters Florida Htgh-Over-AH Championby
Warrant Officer Two Ed Miller; knocking down 389x4001argets.MORE .
I f E Lieutenant Commander R. 1.. Par-
11i By D. L. StewartThe sons; and Ken Pendergras AEC;
participated in the Dixie Open
i Skeet Championships held in Win-
I '. ter Haven Florida the 13, 14,
mall} .objective in a Judo match is to throw:your opponent so .' and 15 of March.
lat he lands hard on his I back. But like all,good things this often i iackfireYou Competing In a field of over
'
; might find yourself flying through the air heading I 120 civilian, Army and Air Force
br a hard fall. How things turn out in this situation depend on you p competitors the Jax Navy Teami
fnd your first lesson The Falling Ways. ;
__ ,_.u._._.. i won many honors. .
LCdr.Parsons was runnerup In
Judo is the modern sport derived the 20 gauge A event and tied for cars are insured
from the old time arts of CHIEF PENDERGRAS (far Right) third in the 12 gauge B event. with us than with
''Ju-Jitsu. Judo has all the physical showing LCdr. Parsons and W02 Warrant Officer Miller, placed I VI other
contact of football, but has Miller (center) his new 12 gauge second In the class B 410 gauge any company.
rate of softball, Who Krieghoff Find out why now!
the injury Superposed Shotgun. event, second place in the classB
do you know who is afraid to play (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, 28 gauge event and second in
softball? The reason for this safety JOI) the class C 12 gauge event. E. MARK UTSEY
in such a rough sport, is all LCdr. Parsons and Warrant Of- ,1948 Blanding Blvd
Judo men learn to fall before they Intramural SoftballEntry ficer Ed Miller, placed secondin 'J 389-0338
learn their first throw.Theypractice the two man team event.
falling pefore every work out. Chief Pendergras was runnerupIn
I forms for the Intramural the 94 class AA 410 gauge STATE FARMMutual '--I
The new; students at the Jax buted softball season have been distri- event, runnerup in the 28 gauge HOIM Office A"tomobll.lnl""IICI Blooflilnton,Illinois Company
Navy Judo dub spend approximately an the leagues meeting was shattering 99x100, tied for run-
two weeks at the beginning of held yesterday, March 25. nerup in the 20 gauge again split-
the course doing 'limbering up" PRACTICING ONE OF THE Tentative plans are to get the ting 99x100 targets and was the
ADVANCED FALLS-Two Junior softball season underway by April
exercises and learning how to fall
members of the Jax Navy Judo 15. "Those
They learn how to position the body planning to enter a
Club practicing one of the many team In the softball leagues and
and how to slap with their handsto
break the force of the fall. falls they must learn to advancein have not as yet, had better do so
The timing of the slap is very the Club. (Navy Photo byJ. as soon as possible", says Frank WeAreCLOSING
Important. Each student practices C. Davis, JOSN) McCaffrey NAS Athletic Director.

falling in all directions and starts
off each fall working from a sit-
ting or crouched position and worksup THE BANK OFORANGE
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standing position. Most importantis PARK
learning to relax.

When the Jax Navy student has
completed the falling course and COMPLETE Th r Our 103rd and
passes his test he is then readyto CONFIDENTIAL '
draw his Judo Gi (suit) and COURTEOUS Q8 4
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holds of contest Judo. BANKING SERVICE Blanding Store

The Jax Navy Judo Club is a
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After the student has learned a ENTIRE STOCK
few of the throwing arts he will
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be put into the club matches with Member
other members of the club or clubs F.D.I.C
in this area. He is then ready to
try for a place on the Jax Navy

Judo Team. EASTERPLANT 1 1/3 TO l2offand

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FICEUR #3 Takes 1M the through Aid American-Korean and 4.H technical Clubs training changes Foundation from bare 1

subsistence to Increased produc-
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Bowling SpotlightTaking merican-Korean Foundation teach CARS

modern farming methods byghlng
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the Intramural Bowling Spotlight this pest. week were the Service Joint Crusade.your IN
Keglers of TICEUR #3. Ranking second in the National League with
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series of 988 they set In the previous weeks action by) posting ;. score SC1Il marc0
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Also this past week the TICEUR -
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"600" Bowlers. They were Robert Air Frames 3, Bombers 1
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