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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 2, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official I expression of and
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement .of any military department of the products or services advertised. .

VOL. 22 NO. 4 Jacksonville, Florida APRIL 2. 1964

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i- V'V _'> iii E. 'Cappy'; Capwell Caps Colorful 30 ,-



4'' 1! !! !1 !!!!!! Years As Navy Chief MusicianJacksonville's



best known Navy enlisted man turned his Navy blues in for civilian clothes Tuesday

morning after 30 years of music making in the Navy.
Willis J. "Cappy" Capwell, chief musician has been the leader of theJacksonvilleNavy band for the
last three and one half years and has appeared at hundreds of events here in Jacksonville and throughout -
the state, as well as the many official Navy functions in the Jacksonville area.
Rear Admiral Robert Gold-
thwaite, Commander Fleet Air took his last official walk in the heads of 12 European nations and
t C. Jacksonville presented Capwellwith Navy, through a group of side- several U. S. Presidents.In .
his retirement papers In boys composed of his fellow chief addition to Royalty, Cappy
ceremonies at 9:30: a.m. at the petty officers. has worked with and played for
Administration Building, NAS The son of a Navy chief, the late celebrities of radio, movies and

Jacksonville Cappy then Howard V. Capwell, ACMM, Cap- television during his career. Bob
well entered the Navy In 1934 and Hope has featured Cappy and his

'My Vote1: despite an early reluctance totake band on two separate occasions and ,.
trumpet lessons, went directly to George Gobel had Cappy directing
Freedom'sLeller the Navy School of Music after the musical part of eight shows in

I completion of his recruit training.His Hawaii.
30 years In the Navy Includes Cappy isn't much of a stranger to
I"S. : Topic service aboard every type the military either. He has servedon
11-i of to the staff of 20 different ad-
) ship big enough carry a Navy .
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Personnel here at NAS, Jax are
band and he has played before the See "Cappy"' ftge 7'
CLIMAXING 30 YEARS NAVAL SERVICE, Chief Musician and Mrs. being afforded the opportunity to .

Willis "Cappy" Capwell are given farwell honors by fellow chief voice their voting privileges I'

peHy officers, RAdm. Robert Goldthwaite, ComFairJax (backgroundC through the Freedom's f Foundation '
.
|, and Capl. J. R. Compton, NAS CO (background RI.) For the contest being held April 1 through :d iu < 1'

past three years, "Cappy" conducted the ComFairJax Band whichwas Nov. 1 of this year. /1+
The topic of the 1964 Freedoms
also on hand for the retirement ceremonies held Tuesday
Foundation Letter Awards Pro-
morning. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) gram is : "My Vote; Freedom's


Red Letter SharedBy Privilege.The top"winners of each service
Day
will be invited to Wahingtontoat-
tend the Presidential Inauguration

Jan. 20, 1965. The top award is
Five VAP-62 SailorsLast .3i
$1,000 and there are 100 other cash .
awards totaling $7,500. All members -
Friday may have been Good Friday, but it also could have been on active duty are eligible.The JJ vT
called a red letter day in the lives of five enlisted men attached to Heavy letters should be limited to '.

Photographic Squadron 62, based here. 500 words and typed or written
Commander J. D. Stufflebeem, plainly on one side of paper only. Y a G mAll
the 1964 ADMAT Inspection.The .
squadron skipper, formally pre- Contestants should give their full
letter noted that during the
sented Letters of Commendation to name, rank, or serial number,
five enlisted for past year, 39.7 per cent of the ad-
outstanding men branch of service, military
first cruise in the
their contributions to their squadron squadron who were personnel eligible for re- See"My Vote" on Page 7 IN ORDER-Captoin C. A. Williams, Commanding Officer
the Navy and the nation. NAMTG, Memphis, inspects the files at a recent Admin and Personnel -
enlistment and 100 per cent of the
COMMENDED Tickets Now On Inspection held at NAMTRADETS JAX. With Capt. Williams
CHIEF MOORE career men eligible shipped over
within the unit. These figures are are 1-Rl LCdr. J. R. Bond, Officer.in-Charge of NAMTRADETS JAX
Heading the list of those receiv- well over the overall Navy average. Sale To JOWC's and Chief W. A. Lind. (Navy Photo By J. C. Davis, JOSN)
Robert
ing the letters was L.
Moore, AEC, the unit's Career HOPKO YN3. CITEDIn
Counselor. He earned the special addition, a Letter of Commen- Magnolia Ball NAMTG Undergoes

recognition for his outstanding efforts dation was awarded to Gary E.
Tickets are now on sale for the
and contribution to the squad Hopko, YN3, for the high degree of Annual InspectionNaval
annual Magnolia Ball, to be heldon
ron's excellent reenlistment rate initiative, aggressiveness, and
Saturday night, May 2, at the -
and a grade of "outstanding" in See VAP-62 on Page 7 NAS Jax Officers' Club. Air Maintenance Training enlisted personnel In the operation,

Rear Adm. Robert Goldthwaite, Detachments, located here at NAS maintenance and repair aircraft

COMFAIRJAX, and Capt. JamesR. Jax were given their annual Ad- and associated equipment, and to
Compton, NAS Commanding ministrative and Material Inspection conduct such other training as the
Officer, purchased the first by the Commanding of- Chief of Naval Operations may
tickets to the ball on Monday. ficer of Naval Air Maintenance direct.

Sponsored by the JacksonvilleOfficers' Group, Memphis, Tennessee. The The Naval Air Maintenance
Wives Club, this year'sball inspection party led by Captain C. Training Group maintains De-
will be themed "Serenade In A. Williams arrived Wednesday' tachments at Naval Air Stations
4 Blue" and the proceeds will be afternoon at Naval Air Station Cecil throughout the United States to

'. a.. donated to Navy Relief, the Navy- Field and spent Thursday and Fri- provide such training as:
Marine Residence Foundationand day inspecting the various Training Complete weapons systems Including -
4I the Foundation. Detachments at Cecil Field and
Clausey testing and ground support
J Ticket chairmen for the formal NAS Jacksonville. equipment.
j2 I- dinner-dance are Mrs. S. L. Naval Air Maintenance Training Class "C" type maintenance on
V
( V Lanier and Mrs. C. G. Strum, and Group here at NAS Jax is a sep- specific aircraft engines.
tickets are available In each com- erate command, operating directly Class "C' type maintenance on
under the Chief of Naval Air
mand and at the Officers' Club : turbine compressors.
Commander gas '"
desk. Technical Training Operational procedures and
The evening's entertainment will Rear Admiral Allen Smith, Jr. maintenance on the Martin Baker
include music by the NAS Band The mission of Naval Air Main- Ejection Seat.

DISCUSSING MOGNOLIA PLANS are Copt. Compton, Mrs. A. N. combo, cocktails, dinner, dancingand tenance Training is to provide 7
Fowlerr-publjcity' chairman and RAdm. Goldlhwaite. two floor shows. ,technical training for officers and See NAMTG on Page

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"' PRIVACY IN YOUR i XS ::X:; ;.; S; :
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Protestant 'Services at the All

Saints' Chapel I [ ..
SUNDAY 0 (
8:00 a.m. Service of lbly Com- -... J The ,JAX AIR XEV.S\ is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
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munion "" ,- "',"--"f)1 '' rjistributnl each Thursday at the U; S Natal Air Station, ,

9:30: a.m. Service of Divine Wor- --.- -- .. ,, T_ ..,.: .} 0, Jackson*':!)". Florida, b\ the Hrlt Publishin;;! Company: a
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ship -j-,-. o \ '.' prhatf firm All CopY subnitt"! for use in thn J -\X AIR
9:30: a.m. Sunday School for ages NE',\S must b": forward to the Service Information Offirp
3 through 16, Bldg. 722 sSDJ 'Box 2. NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: neonin Monday hoforopublication.
IhOOa.m. Service of Divine Wor- = \ fM\C t I News items: are welc()m 'd from all so rcps.-
ship r'fr: _..:\.. Tfk'phonrEV 9-7711 L Ext. 8162.
'6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship If' 1.v "" "{; Advertisements! solicited) : :. th" publisher and tju rn-
WEDNESDAY- .\\ \'" of / 1.\: .: concfrnins such should be directed to the Holt Publishing

.... 4:30 p.m. Junior Choir 'Rehearsal .. '""\\a\Xf6 :" ...." CompanY. 4724 Clu-lf Drive, Jacksonville! 8. Florida
Telephone 359-4040 or 359-0271
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12:00p.m. Holy Communion; ,ALso:: -: : PEPS
on all Holy Days

Chapel Catholic 1 NATTC Services and at St.Naval Edward's Hospital : Cherished American FreedomIs Chaplain/ Message


SUNDAY MASS Right of Privacy in HomeHome

6:30 a.m. U. S. Naval Hospital By Chaplain W. B. Feagins, Jr.
9:00 a.m. & 11:00: d.m St. is a sacred place to us, a place of refuge, of nourishmentfor
and dramatic Book of Joshua in the'Old Testa-
Edward's The stirring
Chapel body and soul, of growth and lo\e--home. very
ment affords a quality of teaching for our lives here and now. As
DAILY MASS This is our world within a world.
Ib30! a.m. St. Edward's Chapel And just as we wish man's bigger sphere to be free and secure, so we read in chapter one we see where Joshua was taking on the responsibility

MONDAY & TUESDAY do we Insist on the safety and sanctity of our individual homes. of leadership. Almighty God spoke with these words,
The Founding Fathers, steeped In the belief of man's dignity and "Have not I commanded thee? Be strong and of good courage; for
4:15 p.m. King Hall, NATTC Lord God is with thee whithersoever thy What more
the
worth, and wary of jack-booted tyranny against his home and his thy goest.
FRIDAY person, sought safeguards for himself and for all Americans who appropriate words can we find to encourage us'here as ambassadorsfor
12:05 p.m. U. S. Naval Hospital were to come after them.In God and country. This is wonderful assurance that in the present

#. SATURDAY Article IV of the Bill of Rights--the first 10 Amendments to the and in the days ahead there Is the providential care Intertwined within
9:00 a.m. St.Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY Constitution--they showed their concern In these words: the very core of our lives. It Is true that this rests basically on our

"The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, acceptance of God as directing our lives; and even: though there may
7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, seem to be many experiences which seems to deny God's care, then

Masses shall not be violated, and no warrants shall Issue, but upon probablecause our faith has not reached a point of maturity to be of much use.
Catechism Classes: Grade School supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describingthe We are not consoled by God on the basis that our experiences of

SATURDAY place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized." life will not be filled with pain or suffering, or questioning or doubt
10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities This fundamental right of privacy in one's home is a cherished Rather it is our faith that is made strong when we relate the world
building part of America's freedoms today because we can contrast it with upon the word of God as consistent with our contribution to society
122NURSERY the absence of such decent regard for the individual in other lands. about us. To know these things In our faith, such as moral and personal

The Naval Air Station Nursery The abode may be humble. It may be stately, It may be bare, or responsibility and to live' this rightly Is to strengthen our faith. How
located In Building 560 on Child crammed with elegance, or harbor dark secrets. strong it Is to become a living example of a tower of conviction of

Street, opens at 8:15 a.m. on Sun- But the law-abiding citizen can retire at night, secure the know- the religious and spiritual life.
day morning. Parents attending ledge that his privacy will be respected; that he will'not know the There are ways to know of the assurance of God as we face life.

Sunday Masses or Protestant ser- dread of the rap on the door; the unwarranted intrusion into the worldof Acknowledge His presence as fully as possible, even though your
vices may leave young children\ in the free American family. faith is small. Then start anew each day in a vital relationship with
the nursery without charge. The freedom of our homes is closely allied with another right we God as the center of your life. After all, we exercise regularly for
hold dear: the right to move about freely at home and abroad.We the physical prowess. why not the spiritual exercise daily for religious -
move freely in our cities and counties and between states, sub- prowess. Then lastly, let us receive assurance of God's

. ject only to the regulations which have been adopted freely for the presence in our dally tasks as we come together with others. of like
Station Traffic safety and well-being of society. feelings, all living by the same assurance.
The regulations on travel abroad are not denials of the right to move Let us continually make a place of fellowship with others in our daily
ViolationsThe freely, but actually expressions of government's concern for the routines for in unity we can belIeve' but In dividing we doubt. With
individual's freedom when he Is away from the homeland.The this assurance we can face the days together relying on the very
withholding of passports to areas wherein an American's free- promise of God. Let us take Him at His word, and then we shall know
following Is a report of dom and safety cannot be assured--such as Communist China--is the truth of spiritual conviction end life's purpose under His providence.
motor vehicle accidents and traffic an example.We .

violations for the period March 22 believe that a man was meant to be free--free to come and goat Scouts Win Volunteer ClassAnnounced
through March 28. his will, so long as the exercise of this freedom does not infringe
upon the freedom of another.We CamporeeFirst By
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis believe a man should be free to wrap himself and his family

week March through March in the intimacy of his home, and be guaranteed against unlawful AwardsThe NAS Red CrossThe

28 . . . 6 prying and entry. (
I
Total accidents this year through These are bulwarks .of the American way of life. (A FPS) Navy's own Boy Scout Troop spring Gray Lady and St
March 28 . . 63 Troop 131, sponsored by the Naval Aide Class was announced this
Total accidents through March Air Technical Training Cen- week by Mrs. James Compton.
.
1963 . . 61 ter, was one of the troops to wn; On-Base Chairman for Red Cross
Number of days since last Injury First Achie ,ement Awards at the Volunteers. The class will be held
In motor vehicle accidents North Florida Council Camporeeheld five mornings the week of Apri J
.
. . . 4 monthly. 20 and applications will be taken
r! Curtis Haverty, the troop's by appointment the previous week.
Assistant Senior Patrol leader, seta Red Cross volunteers are need-
NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis council record ed US Naval Hospitaland
in the to
week . . . 62 competitive serve at Field
,. Speeding . . . 15 rope toss. He threw a rope with the Base Red Cross with
over a bar 15 feet Director's office assist
In the to
air
,
+ Reckless Driving . 1
attached the thrown end records for the summer sWlmmll11:
to a
1
Going through Stop Sign
log with timber .
Other violations . . 45 a hitch pulled the program.The
log up to the bar, and held it there largest need at the Hos

', ) by hitching the rope to a stake pital Is for Gray Ladles to help
G Forty-four drivers appeared be- .,J( "': using a clove hitch, In the dazzling the Red Cross carry out Its pro-
; for the 'Traffic Hearing Board at >,' > f. time of 13seconds. Theprev- gram of recreation and personal
" the meeting held on March 30. ( ious record for the NorthFlonda services for patients, and toser.e
Disposition of the cases Include the >v *' Council u>
was over 20 seconds. as chaperones and receptionists
r' 15 lost driving and park- < volunteers -
following: Cther competition e ents included the dependents' clinics. Afew
ing privileges aboard the station ';..' map making, compass read- are also needed to help
for various' periods; 11 were '1'.;"" Ing, making fire by flint and steel, In the Red Cross office as receptionists -
assigned: to complete an eii ht- observation of
,. nature, semaphore and typists
hour course In remedial driving '.'if ',t ,i:. signaling, and axemanship. Volunteers Interested in applying -
received
; instructions; 15 suspended .(
." to serve In the hospital
k penalties; 11 were given The troop meets each Monday Red Cross
should call the Hospital
warnings ; two were dismissed; and at-7:00 p.m. in Bldg. 550 in the
GUEST SPEAKER..The Rev. Joe J. Martin, President of the Jackson. NATTC (Hospital extensions 211 or 213));
referred to commanding area.
six were Any boy 11
ville Ministerial Alliance the Sunrise years those to serve at the Base
officers for possible disciplinaryaction. speaks at NAS Services heldin old or older Is Invited to attend wishing call
should
hanger 117, Easter Sunday. Navy Photo by Ron GardnerPH2 nd become a Boy Scout. Field Director's office
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INSPECTION..Captain 1. P. Pressler, Commander of' Fleet CLEANUP
Air Wing Eleven, inspects the officers and men of Patrol Squadron
Seven during the annual Admin/Personnel/ Inspection held recently "
rollowing Capt Pressler is lt.fjgji.! Galle, Avionics Branch Of-'
'fleer: and CDR. P. 'B. Derr, Jr., Commanding Officer of VPOf) : '- SALE !

I licial Navy PhotoBennett .

; LCongressman -

88th SpeaksOn CongressAt SAVE OVER 80 .

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FRA-126 13 CU. FT.NOT A
Congressman Charles E. Ben- 11 FT. BOX
nett was guest speaker at the reg- f
ular meeting of Branch 126 of the
Fleet Reserve Ass'n., March 27. Bennett WESTINGHOUSE FROST FREE
This was a joint meeting, with the
Ladles of Unit 126 also attending IckEAYtvg& 1
Sharing the speakers platformwith Tk0 e .
Congressman Bennett was
Mrs Richard Atwood, Unit 126 .r' NEVER
President, and Captain frank & e,
wl
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Wigelius, USN, (ret.) promenant t
Jacksonville attorney. SEE PAGE 12 AND DEFROST

Congressman Bennett coveredthe YOU'LL KNOW WHY!IRIVERSIDE' .
major points of the Seth Con- AGAIN
gress in his presentation. Speaking I M
of the 1964 tax reduction mea-
sure, he stated, "I 1 consider it the y r' --
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major achievement of the 88th'
Congress and one of the most important CEDAR HILLS .I ,. WHY SUFFER
pieces of legislation in the I
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last 10 years. Bennett told the ;
Association, of which he is anhon- 1 rwt/ ro II !
ary member, that they should be / MPER
particularly Interested in seeing > M
more job opportunities open up .M,,. ONLY MO.3I9" .
on a continuing basis In the U.S. M
Committee Chairman NO DOWN
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JAX AIR NEWS
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I Movies

"0" Club Movies will be shown regularly

usa Notes at 7 p. m. on Monday through

Thursday, April 2 Saturday; at 2 pm. and 7 1 p. mon .
Thursday, April 2 Saturday; and Sunday, at the
Happy Hour 3:30: p. m. 6:00: p. m. Malnslde and tfATTC Theaters and
Home made goodies night Dinner 6-9:00 p. m. at 7 p. m. only on Sunday at

Friday, April 3 Friday, April 3 the Hospital Theater. These times
are subject to change.
April Birthday's Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6:00: p. m.
Thursday, April 2
Dinner 6:00 p. m. 9:00: p. m.
Saturday, April 4
4 Mainside The Robe Richard
Saturday, April
Planer Party
Burton, Jean Simmons
Jacksonville Kmel CM Sunday, April 5 Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6:00: p. m. NATTC Cash McCall James
Dinner 6:00 p. m 9:30 p. m. Garner, Natalie Wood
POST TIME 8 O'CLOCK-On McDuff North of Scorer Vespers and Refreshments Charlie Jay 8:00 p. m. 12:00: a. m. Hospital Man In The Middle .

Monday, April 6 Sunday, April 5 RobertMitchum, Frances Nuyen

Jr. Volunteers meeting 7-8 p. m. Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6:00: p. m. Friday, April 3
I
Dinner 6:00: p. m. 9:30: p. m.
Mainside The Eyes of Annie
Tuesday 7
DISTRIBUTORSHIPS AVAILABLEWe April Prime Rib of Beef, Steamship Jones Richard Conte, Fran-
Game Night. Round and Fried Chicken cesca Annis

and Wednesday, April 8 NATTCThe Robe RichardButon :
can save you time, effort Monday, April 6 -
money by offering you a choice of Disc Jockey Show Jean Simmons
many types of distributorships. Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6:00: p. m. Hospital Cash McCall James
some to 80 pet. Dinner 6:00: 9:00 p. m. Garner, Natalie Wood
Financing on up VP-I6 Eagles Complete
Tuesday, April 7 Saturday, April 4

Operation SpringboardPatrol Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6:00: p. m. Malnslde Yellowstone Kelly .

Squadron Sixteen, com- Dinner 6:00 p. m. 9:00: p. m Clint Walker, Edward Byrnes

OVER 100 AVAILABLEOur manded by Commander William J. Wednesday, AprilS NATTC The Eyes of Anniejones
Vaught, returned to NAS, March Richard Conte, Francesca
28, from Operation Springboard Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6OOp/. Annis
executive consultants will aid at no costor .
you '64 at Naval Station, Roosevelt Family Night 6:00p.m.9:00p.m. Hospital The Robe Richard
obligation. Secured investments from $1,000 to Roads, Puerto Rico. all the fried chicken you can eat! Burton, Jean Simmons
We national and we can
$50,000. are a company
This the last
was Springboard
locally or anywhere in the U.S. Writeor 5
place you Operation for the "Eagles" while Sunday, April
call Products With Research. 512 Fla. Nat'l
flying SP-2E "Neptunes." VP-16 Mainside Silver Chalice Paul
Bank Bldg. EL 3-5976. will commence transition into the CHUCKLESPat Newman, Pier AngeliNA

Navy's new ASW aircraft, the TTC Yellowstone Kelly -
P3A "Orion," April 16. Clint Walker, Edward Byrnes
r Hospital The Eyes of Annie
: "Your nose is suspiciouslyrosy Jones Richard Conte, Fran-
i i this morning. What makesit
cesca Annis
so red
Mike: "Sure 'tis the reflection Monday, April 6
of me soul, blushing with prideat
me ability to mind me own Mainside Palm Springs Week-
business" end Troy Donahue, Connie
Stevens
EXPRESSWAY NATTC Silver Chalice Paul

Newman, Pier Angell
APARTMENTS Hospital Yellowstone Kelly -

____ _ __________________ ) At_ Clint Walker, Edward Byrnes
Tuesday, April J 7

4538 SAN JUAN AVE. FURNISHED $65.0UNFURNISHED$55.00 Mainside Three Hundred Spar-

tans-Richard Egan, DianeBaker
NATTC Palm Springs Weekend-
1 YEAR GUARANTEE WARRANTY ON ALL CARS! Troy Donahue, Connie Stevens

57 PONTIAC . . . .$595 61 FORD GALAXIE . . $1395 Conveniently Children Welcome Locatedto Hospital Silver Chalice Paul
Newman, Pier AngeliWednesday
Hardtop Automatic, double power. Hardtop, V-8, automatic, power steering downtownNAS
57 CHEVY WAGON. . . . $695 and brakes. and Cecil April 8
V-8, automatic transmission, R&H. 61 'RENAULT DAUPHINE. . Ad
'. .$595 Maidside Lassie's Great
57 MERCEDES BENZ 220SL.$1295 Sunroof. Jon
Lockhart
CLEO DAVIS venture June
Like new. 62 DODGE 4-DR. WAGON.$1695 Provost
PARKWOOD WAGON. .$995
59 CHEVY Automatic transmission, -
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Seven VP-18 Men TIII'ee Ifal'ines tratlve preparation for the com- JI ." >:

$ mand's Inspector General Inspec- m ",

Receive Their tion.Hays received his letter for P

moo At llksfei'emoiiis outstanding performance as a .

sentry at the station brig.
Air Crew WingsSeven Nelson was cited for outstanding -

\ J performance as a sentry on
> '\... requiring secret clear-
posts top
men of Patrol Squadron -
ance for the past year.
Eighteen. received their Ronald L, Nelsen pm 'r N
Alrcrewman wings and were Meritorious Mast was held in the

designated as SP2H Neptune Air- office of Major G. A. Wickman Robert H. Hays

crewmen, March24, ceremonies Commanding Officer of the Marine

conducted at VP-18's Hanger 123, Barracks, recently, as three marines TUES. SAT. ONlYi! APRIL 7 11
here at NAS. were presented with Lettersof
TUES.-SAT AT CEDAR HILLS ARLINGTON
The men were: Mordica M. Commendations.

Nolen, A01, James L. Riley,A TN3, The Marines were Lance Cor- / GATEWAY .
Roland C. Hodges, ATR3, DennisH. porals, Billy R. Nixon, Robert H w us TUES. -WED. AT HIGH LANDS SHERWOOD '- -

Blaszczynsik, AX3, Carl W. Hays, and Ronald L, NeLsen. KNO THURS. SAT AT SOUTHGATE PAXON

Brown.AMH2, Willis J. Clark, Nixon received his letter for ,r .
AX3 and Paul R. Reed, AX2. \ r oLr 1* N outstanding performance during a ', .. f

Captain L.P. Pressler, Commander ? Billy R. Nixon period concentrated on Adminis- ...-.-- ........ .. ;rjr :: o; :
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presented I ,
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toBlaszczynsikt, '1 .t. .
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at the AMI .1 ;
Inspection. Individual Plane Com- .' '. ; "; :
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and Hodges with their wings V \. .: .
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the result of long hours of nard o ; .
work and study. Achievement of --1 0

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" J'AGE6 JAX AIR NEWS --



Leadership Marine Tin Bender' Builds l \



Vital Role In New Time Saving LoaderStory 4k


and Photos By GySgt Wes Ward


NATTCFollowing "Take It to Gunny Parent and he'll weld it, swett it or make you a

new one." Those are often the words heard around the Marine Aviation l YS

( Is pan three of the Detachment here at NAS. 1

article on the change of designation Gunny Parent Is Gunnery Sergeant Frank A. Parent an instructor '
1
of NATTU to NATTC..) with the Marine Mechanical Fundamentals School where he teaches .

young Marines how to use and build with hand tools. He refers to 4'M '

Naval Leadership training In the himself! sometimes as a 'Tin Bender but the Marine Corps has him P lvt

Jacksonville area Is conducted at classified as an aviation mechanic

NATTC. Each class In the Leader- Last week he was presented a Capt. Compton, Capt. Strum, Honorwoman Monahan

-" ship Training Program is two Letter of Appreciation from aaM
NATTC Commander Captain C.G. Monahan Named HonorwomanOf
weeks long and Is made up exclusively
Strum for his design and construction -
of personnel in the same

pay-grade. The classes consist of for use of a in Bullpup the Aviation loading Ordnance trainer '; .. First t64 Wave Leadership ClassA

such subject areas as Naval
School.
history, speech Principles of AAr
The Ordnance School had the First Class Aerographer's Compton Commanding Officer
Leadership and Supervision, Communism
American Goverment and problem of moving students to the Mate was named honorwoman, last the Naval Air Station here, to aCt

military drillAdditionally hangar from the classrooms for a Friday, of the first WAVE Leader- company him as he inspected the

leadership training class In missile loading. This ship Class of 1964 to graduate., class.

transit time consumed approxi- from the LeadershipTraining- The formalgraduation formation
courses usually Involve daily lectures -
over a two-week period mately two hours per class each gram at the Naval Air Technical was conducted by Monahan, ,\G1,

week.In Training Center Jacksonville, Commander and
scheduled to cause minimum inter- a I Company Bar
ference with assigned work. a bull session with some of Fla. bara J. Dietert SN, Platoon Com
the Navy Chiefs and Marine Ser- mander. They were selected
With the large Imput potential by
She
who Instructors In the was IngridE.MonahanAGl,
Schools geants are their classmates on a basis of
Instructors Into NATTCs ,
who is attached the Naval Air
school Parent heard oft the to
the Naval Air Technical Training Sgt Military bearing and performancein
Station
here.
need for a such a trainer that HIS
Center conducts an Instructor GUNNY PARENT AND the Drill and Command portionsof
could be used In lieu of the
Training Course. This course LETTER-GySgt Frank A. Parent Capt. C. G,Strum,NATTC Commanding the course.

trains the potential instructor in actual huddled plane.He with the Ordnance proudly displays his letter of Officer, told the grfcap\ The class included students from

all areas he will need In Impart- I School personnel and came up Appreciation from Capt. Strum "Leadership is dynamic always Jacksonville, Glynco, Ga., and u

ing the professional knowledge heI with a design for the AGN 12 for his design and construction changing", as he addressed them Coast Guard Reserve SPAR, from

has acquired to the trainee. Sub- ,Bullpup Loading Trainer that couldbe of the Bullpup Missile Loader before the ceremony.He St. Louis, Mo., who performedherannual

ject areas include use of training !1 used In the classrooms. He trainer. (USMC Photo) then invited Capt. J. R. two weeks training duty ;in
aids, platform technique and lesson !
Immediately went to work and constructed the course.
planning. The Instructor Training ] .
W
the loader from Course Instructors are C \
Course is also available for scrap ;
per- 'material In his free time. Sarama, F NC, and T. P. Kemp
sonnel from other Commands in the
The letter to Sgt Parent from MMC.
Jacksonville area who are slated
I Capt. Strum said "the p
for Instructor duty. designand FOR LIFE SAVING EFFORTS-
; workmanship of the trainer
J. R. Compton, NAS CO.
various companies thesamebat- :reflect ingenuity exceptional Capt.

talion, all lor AO-A School. 1 knowledge of the ordnance field presents a letter of comendationto

Leadership training, not only for and a keen dedicative personal Chuch Phillips of the Indoor -

NATTC personnel, but also for attitude. Your willingness to assist I Pool for his efforts and

personnel of otherCommands In the and your unselfish devotionof quick thinking in trying to re
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your free time to this projectare uL J. M. Man
vive the late Capt.
The Naval Air Technical Train- commendable."
Ing Center carries on a continuing Q H ner, former CO of USNH, who

program to keep the relatives and This has been about the attitudeof died of a heart attack in Januaryat

friends ,of NATTC personnel theSergeantdurlng the 18 years .. the NAS indoor swimming

Informed about NATTC and the he's been a Marine. It's not uncommon facility. (Navy Photo by Ron
to find someone consul-
Navy as a whole. This program
has several facets. ting him for Ideas on how to repair ii' ,' 1 Gardner, PH2)CAN)

for or build everything from a [ .s,#1) I
Upon reporting duty under ;,..( n:
Instruction, a letter Is sent to the trailer hitch to a part for a boat. YOUTAKE

parents dnet and of to the each wife"A"of each School married stu- He camping has rebuilt trailers the and Detachment's boats often U.S. Veteran Seeking Link to Belgian ChainSt. YOUR CAR WITH YOU'

"B" School student telling them improving on the original con- Vith, Belgium (AFPSA) Considered For Financing and Insurance
dition of to
them. be
of
something of the Naval Air Tech- search is underway to lind the value the chain historical stateside and overseas, call
contains
Those who know him considerhim official chain of a bird
nical and the St. Sebastian
Training Center explain- and several
a skilled machinist rather than St. Rock Brotherhood lost medallions one of DYER M. BURR, reprwWGOVERNMENT
dining
ing the benefits to be realized by / which dales back to the 16thl.cnlu..y.
the student upon conpleting his just a mechanic because of his WWII. EMPLOYEES
school. knowledge of complicated machin- The chain is believed to have FINANCE CORPORATION &
ery and metals and his ability to been taken from a St. Vith homeas Anyone having. information per INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
Also, at periodic intervals,Open a souvenir by a serviceman taining to the whereabouts of the. INSURANCE COMPANY
either match
House Is held by the two "B" a design or to builda wearing an Acorn patch ((87th Division chain should contact: Douglas S. 5613 Timuauana Road.
better pan. ) and a military policemanwith Coffey 106th
Schools for dependents.In these Infantry Division PH. 771.0527REMINGTDN
Open House activities, the Com- Prior to reporting for duty here the insignia "XX" ((20th Association, Inc., Town Hall, West
he spent two years aboard the Corps) on his uniform. Orange. N. J.
manding Officer or the Executive
carrier Princeton where It Is said
Officer all and
greets guests they
.. that he ordered
' never anything for
are conducted on a tour of the +
schools. his shop, he built It.. w

The Naval Air Technical Train- The pilots, crew chiefs electri

Ing Center presently holds the cians, and ordancemen In the A 100% NYLON BLACKBALLS NARROW WHITEWALLS

Chief of Naval Air Technical Marine Corps who have worked LIFE TIME GUARANTEE

Training's "Admiral's Plaque", with Gunny Parent believe he can MANUF Plus Fi'di ml 1 F dw Ta and J Tin" ioff LIST KiAUri LIST
ACTURED Your Car iiordleita ol condition| PRICE
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build
which they won for fiscal year anything. They know that KjJMa

1963. The trophy symbolic of the planes will be able to fly as longas AND SIZE600x13 11.30 R9E9 212U
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build parts. BY ONE 650x13750x14 Tumm 18(55 |E 22.10
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sonnel First have Lieutenant removed Division, repaintedand per- by the assisting blind the technical deaf-mute training, provid-for No Down Payment-up To 12 Months To Pay

replaced signs.Biggest job was ing rehabilitation equipment, sup- FREE MOUNTING-Open tit 1PM: on SQturdays
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Fr Cappy Caps 30- year Career "
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mirals over his thirty) years and In addition the affable chief :' 't : :?@G':< :
has traeled'the : : ,
literally seven ,
musician has been one of the main- "" 'j
seas in his trips round the worldof stays of the Fleet Reserve for the ,t."I' 'f" 7'2"'n'e'.v": ) :

3ESI Uncle Sam's Navy. past 20 years. This is an organ- Ads should be mailed lo the JAN. AIR .E V.
Trying to pick out the highlightsof ization of active duty and retired Jacksonville H, Honda, to mu! not later than Tuesday bur publication !
a career like Cappy's is hard Navy and Marine Corps enlisted the lollovung 1 hursJjAtKarmingtoohte for this deadline

task even for him. However, ? personnel which is banded together will be published the following week unless the publisher

certain day in December 1941 ct to protect their Interests In is instructed oihindse A check or monv\ order for the full cost

Pearl Harbor, when he was aboardthe Washington D. C. Cappy has been ol the ad must be received VUTH the copy (lor the adDO .
Crusier USS Northampton president of Branch 91 In Jacksonville NOT SEND CASH
Contact me today. stands in his as does the
memory> since 1962 and Is
he July l RATE: Minimum charge ( 3 lines) . Sl.OO
i day played for the raising of the now In his second
I term.
Per additional line ((4 words line). .35
JOEIUTEN E first 50-star flag inHawaii,which Despite his travels and busy per
i was raised at the U. S. Memorial schedule Cappy has found time to l .

Cemetery of the Pacific. marry and raise a family. He is LARGE 4 ROOM FURNISHEDAPT.
Cappy's abilities and talentsaren't married to the former Pearl L Singer ConsoleZIG
$ 12.50 with CHILD CARE.
limited to music by any Jones of Athens, Georgia and has 5.00 WEEKLY LIGHT WATER ZAGS, sewing machine makes
Phone 771-6400 means. The letters ?nd commendations two daughters, Dorothy age 19 $FURNISHED PHONE 353-1823 fancy designs. Has balance$48.00or
3811 Blandin2-Blvd in his service record attestto who graduated from Forrest High reliable party can assume$7.00
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STATE FARM his leadership and his interestin School and Peggy age 17 who Is monthly payments. Call 353-1946
IMtfil'Airtomoklli. IIIIK IKI CMipinyfcM I.A...... the morals of all the men in the In her junior year at For rest High. FOR RENT Nice grassed trailer will deliver, no obligationsA1SEWING '!
OffIU.IaeeIIIIICt..11II1G1l Navy as well as those in his various Cappy and his family will resideat spaces In new park. Phone 264- MACHINE EXCHANGEFOR

bands. 2058 Jammes Road Jacksonville 2119. SALEWESTWOCD3
Florida and will be forming a FURN. APT.Downtown Riverside
area. 557 Oak St. Apt #2 & 3- bm-sgl bath scan
PROSPECTOR"SUSPECT" new musical entertainment group redec. Adults. porch, $68 pymts, near Jar,Cecil.
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REALTOR But if you reallant it sold APTS. FOR RENT
leadership he displayed In hIs ty have been above approach.
WALTER J.SCHUB quickly, quietly and with the duties. The letter states: "Since The outstanding "Sailor of the Clean 3 rooms, child welcome

U.S.N. (RET.) the least amountof inconvenience arrival to this command Hopko 'Month" award for March went tc Justiss Apts. Yukon 387-5906

consult use would appreciate has voluntarily carried out, not S. J. Vecchione, PT3, of VA-
ACL BLDG. 355.5474 the opportunity to talk this over only his own, but the duties of 62's photographic department. He NEW FURNISHED 4 ROOM APT.

RES. 721.0851 with \ou. others temporarily absent to the was selected for this distinctionon Electric kitchen, private bath
highest degree of proficiency." a basis of his willingness to garage, yards. $75.00 per month.
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Bl CHIEF III 0!, MUNSON, ADJ2. PRAISED Ing .and. his proficiency in leading'men.

Official praise came to T. O. FOR SALE: 63 Corvair Spyder,
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the Month" for March. (Continued prom Page 1))

Munson's selection for this award MAP MEASUREFOR
6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD. H Mile N. NAS Gate was based on his "out- Cockpit procedures and Main-

5444 NORMANDY Across From Atlantic Mills standing ability in keeping assigned tenance personnel.Air YOUR TRAVELS;
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April 2
Thursday,
Thursday, April 2 Thursday, April 2
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Happy Hour 4:30 p. m. 6OOp.m. Open 12:00 a. m.
April 3
Friday,
Friday, April 3 Friday, April 3
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Phil Cay and Chantels 8:30p. m. Jack Hundley Emerals 8:00: p. m. 12:00 a. m.
12:30: a. m.Saturday. Saturday, April 4
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The Redcoats 8:00p.m. -1:00a. m.
in The R/'JJsew.lt "all Sh'rJrJln" (;'mt"r nn R'r's.! :yr It Tiled Marc Castle 8:30 p.m. 12:30a.m. Sunday, April 5 '
Sunday, April 5

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rlan Employees PromotedOn Navy Wives Club ,

.4

Station's Merit Programfollowing #86 Operates Not


47 NAS Jax Ci- to Same GS-7; Gloria It Holder, New Shop-Bldg 953A
employees were promoted Stock Control Clerk GS-4 to Same

ordance with the Station's GS-5; James C. LaMon Head dollar well spent will buy you
j promotion Program. Stockman to Freight Classification
a worthwhile Item at the Navy
[rooted at Overhaul; and Re- Assistant, GS-5: Dorotea M. May Wives Club #86 Not New Shop
epartment were: Thomas L. Stock Control Clerk, GS-5 to Stock located In Bldg. 953.
A/C ''Quality Control Control Supervisor GS-6Wilbur MY
ncr, ; Among the many things that can
alist, GS-9toSupervisorACty N. Wilkinson Warehouseman to M
be purchased are household goods; l" ;
Control Specialist, GS-11; Stockman; Marie P. Wood Stock shoes and clothing consisting of ,
W. Burleson, Aircraft Control Supervisor GS-8 to Same womens, children's and military "NOT NEW.SHOP" Mrs. Barbara Snyder Chairman in charg. of j'
ment Worker to Aircraft GS-9. personnel the Not New Shop and Mrs. James Bradstreet, Co-chairman display -
meet Mechanic (Electron- Those promoted in the Miscel- Donations of used Items are some of the many ;items that can be purchased at the shop.
Ransom Hi: Burt, Aircraft laneous group were; Sallle L, given to the shop from military (Navy Photo by Chris Col., SN.
[ument Mechanic to Aircraft O'Donnell EAM Operator GS-3 and civilian personnel throughout
[ument Mechanic (Electron-. Date Processing Dept to Digital the station.
Alton W. Coldewey, A/C Computer Scheduler, GS-5 Data Monies collected from the sale :I
ity Control Specialist GSo Processing Dept., Margaret A. of Items are used for the following: (L BUY YOUR
Supervisor A/C Qualityrol Meehan Travel Clerk, GS-4 monthly support of a foster
Specialist GS-llKenneth; Administration Dept, to sameGS- child; tuition for a child at Pine-
VOLKSWAGENS
son; Radio Mechanic to Elec- 5; Sammie J. Harrison EAM castle School for retarded child-
trol Specialist GS-11; William Operator, GS-3 Data Processing ren; monthly check for Duval Welfare A
)avis, Jr. Mechanical Engineer Dept; to Digital Computer Scheduler Board to purchase milk and v at
lustrial Equipment), GS-9 toe GS-5, Data Processing Dept; other necessities for local orphan- I
GS-11; Kenneth Dawson Paul R. Wright, Cost Accountant age and other emergencies that may
10 Mechanic to Electronicshanic GS-9 Overhaul and Repair Dept. arise. SPRING MOTORSCOMPLETE

: ; JeanM. Dease, Clerk., to Operating Accountant GS-11 Chairman for the shop Is Mrs.
3 to Accounts Maintenancerk Comptroller Dept; Dorothy W. Earl Snyder, Mrs. James Brad- SERVICE AND PARTS
(Typing) GS-4; Robert L. McAlllly, Position Classification street, Co-chairman and Mrs. FOR VOLKSWAGEN AUTOMOBILES
cue, Instrument Mechanic Specialist GS-9 Industrial Relations James Weaver, act as assistants.All E-I Financing Arranged
ectrlcal) to Instrument Me- Dept. to Same GS-11; personnel are urged to dropIn
Inlc (Electronics) : Elbert Mllwee Gantt Secretary (Steno- and browse. Hours of operationare GREEN COVE SPRINGS o 284.9209
een, Assistant Production Con- graphy) GS-5 Administration Tuesdays. 8:30 a. m. until
lman A/C Instructor Mech. Dept. to Same GS-6 ; Vivian B. 2:00 p. m.
lectronics) to Production Con- May field Secretary (Stenography)
lman A/C Instructor Mechan GS-4 AdmlnlstrattonDept. toSame
(
.
tendant Overhaul and Repair Dept.to
((Electronics): William A.Hall- GS-5; Pearl B. Shaffar, Timekeeper -
Fuels
Liquid Pump Operator
\rk, Inspector (A/C Assembly) GS-2 Comptroller Dept. Department.
A/C Inspection Specialist GS- James C. Carson Toolroom At- Supply uP90
Earl H. Harrington Airframes
rker to A/C Ground Equipnt Radio Free Europe Feature

Mechanic (Electronics) ;
nnett F. Jr. A/C Metalsmithlanufacture RADIO FREE EUROPE COMBATS COMMUNISMEighty
& Repair) to Lead-
g Welder; Alexander Jeoannldes million people in FaM-!" to it. (They themselves listen to NEW CARSInterest
1 rcraft Instrument Worker to ern Europe live under Communism RFE.) RFE welcomes their at ON
ircraft Instrument Mechanic For them the l Iron Curtainis tacks as a convincing proof of

:iectronics) : Hilton L, King,,Jr. ence.a continuing But they ,have menacing a source pres of its effectiveness. Rate is 3/4 of 1% per monthon
ironautlcal Engineering Techni- the unpaid balance.
which .
encouragement they turn
fan, GS-9 to GS-11 John :7;
same ; to day. It is Radio Free
every '
,1 t
Leverence A/C Quality Con- Europe.For Dollar cost of only $4.88 per $100 per
Jol Specialist, GS-9 to Same fijtfk 13 year, Radio Free Europe a Y year, including Life Insurance on your loan.
II; Walter D. McDaniel Indiihll -' has broadcast Communist-
Engineer GS-9 to Same GS- controlled Poland. Chechoslov
11; Clementine J. McDonald, Clerk1st akia. Hungan. Rumania and i
GS-3 to Same GS-4; Law- Bulgaria.; It has firmly established 1 ..
nee itself as the free world's Amt. 9.
McLeod Aircraft Instruent -
most influential network broadcasting of fc *
Worker to Aircraft Instru-
ft d ONE
to these captive nations. Loan
|ient Mechanic; John F. Onstott, b.1
'
A nonprofit American or ani.! fni i a+
r.. Quarterman A/C Instrument zation, RFE is often confused STOP
lechanic to Quarterman A/C In- with the Voice of America a $2000 $63.60

trument Mechanic (Electronics); U. S. government agency. RFE, 2500 79.50 SERVICE
ohn C. Ostertag, Jr., A/C QuaUY however M nongovernmental
Control Specialist GS-9 to Private American citizens manage ''MMILVCONGRATULATIONS 2800 89.04
[upervlsor A/C Quality Control and supervise RFE. All RFE Mrs. Vivian 3000 95.40
Peclalisr I GS-11; Howard C. program; ; are written and broad- Wagner, Navy Wives presi
{ east by exiles from the network'
pahm
Management GS7o
Analyst National
the
dent (L) presents
countries, in the language!
Same GS-9 Jack D. Schultz target;
;
of these countries. Chairman Pin to Mrs.Nancy Werner
Irframes
Worker to A/C Inspection Radio Free Europe exists to (R) that she was awarded

Seefried Specialists Aorcraft GS-7 Instrument; Kenneth Curtain help the resist people!" the behind tyranny the Iron of at the Navy Wives Club con- JAX NAVY FEDERAL

porker to Aircraft Instrument Mechanic Communism; and maintain their vention. (FAPL)
(Electronics): Lester J. historic ties with the west First clerk: "Poor old Watkins
ellers, Supervisor Inspector One of the most precious commodities hay completely lost his hearing.I'm CREDIT UNION
((Aircraft Airframes) to Supervisor in Eastern; Europe is afraid he'll lose his job. Phone:
j A/C Inspection Specialist. true information, This; cannot be Second clerk: "Nonsense, he been got Bid. 39, NAS Ext. 8507
S-12 obtained from the Communist a raise in pay and has
; Albert C. Thornton Messenger
to the complaint department
transfcred
RFE breaks the
GS-3; Frank E. Wige- press; and radio. /
monopoly nn in forma-
lim Communist
General Engineer GS-9 to -- --- -- -
lion with objective newscasts and
Industrial Engineer GS-11; Benny It the
commentaries.
exposes
M. Woodham Electronics Mechanic SALE
economic mismanagement. the SPECIAL
to Instrument Mechanic lies and] distortion;, the brutality ,
[(Electronics). and human waste thai are prod. BOOK PASSES
Those promoted from the Public ijcl of CommiJni RFE is; the
Works Department were;James free press; in exile for the peopleof
B. Bailey civil Engineer (Gen- the Sotirt European satilliles.' ; G Ic" PUTT- GOLF COURSE

eral), GS-9 to Same GS-11; Irving With broadcasts of religious; 4825 BLAHWNG BLVD711.2803
Spevak, Architect GS-9 to SAME "mire*, folk music, drama] and '' nu PHONE
GS-11; Alfred Waterman. Refrig- oilier programs, KFK: nourishes 'hie '
eration Mechanic to Head, Refrig- (lie cultural/ and national aspiration lh 10 PASSES $2.50
eration Mechanic; and Daniel L. of it-, listener Much of the ""1 REG. $3.00 SAVE $1.00
White material it programs i is expre"lyforbidden !
Mechanic
Engineer (UtIlities in these countries. THIS SALE GOOD 4 AND 5 APRIL, 1964
) GS-9
to Same GS-iL
Those The dictators of Eastern Europe "America's Favorite Outdoor Family Sport"
promoted from the Supply regular! heap abuse on RFE
Department were: Minnie L. discourage listening
Collins and try to
Stock Control Supervisor



APRIL 2, 1964
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Quote of the Week-- 't.... I', '\ ', "'d.i ,y'(", ,' I
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der Sl'Crdarof. State for Political: a
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\- Affairs .

TROPHIES PRESENTED BY the NAS Intramural Program and Copt I IJ.

J, R, Compton at the recent presentationcremonies held in the NAS
Theatre last Thursday March 26. Navy Photo by Ron Cardner; PH2
1788 I
: ii
-= VALIANT

: AXA'R' 4 SPOR"


Low Down PaywePit-Easy Financing' PRESENTATION OF THE IRON '::1llgN: :: EW' S::: ., .. .' :: .

Approximately 18 MINUTES;from the base, South on Hiway 17. MAN TROPHY was made by Copt.J ...: :.: .' :.:. :,... .. : .. > ,<:: .
R. Compton, (left) NAS CO,
CLAYTON REVELS ,to Capt. S. Lanier, NARTU CO,
(right). NARTU won the most

cM&flJl, -Pnto k, Inn. honored NAS sports trophy for AroHwp lw / +
the period of' July to Dec, 1963, rI -
1050 N.Orange Ave. GREEN COVE SPRINGS, 'by compiling the highest num
ber of' total aggregate points,
PHONE 264-6555 JACKSONVILLE DIRECT
of' all thesports.NARTU compiled
3,300 points during the last ses- I Rr
sion. Permanent possession of'
the trophy can be obtained by
SPECIAL winning the Big "I" 'four times.
This does not have to be four
.
times in succession. It can be -.

won over a period of years,
PERMANENT f (not less than two years), as the F
trophy is awarded twice a year.
: This is NARTU'S first time that
WAVES *.. they have won thetrophy.(Navy NATTC CAPTAIN'S CUP TO THE MARINES-UCol John Ur.ll, CO
;0 Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) of the Marine Aviation Detachment accepts the Captain's Cup
795 (REG. $1250 VALUE) .I! NARTU's from Copt. C. G. Strum, CO of NATTC. The trophy is warded
annually to the NATTC unit accumulating the most points in Intramural

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Only 1M Golf StartsApr.6The sports. The Marines won (for the most teams entered in
all the sports and the most participation by it's members; (USMC
With Mr. ERIC or MISS EMILY schedule for the first weeks Photo by GySgt Wes Ward!
action in Intramural Golf will be: J

JET BEAUTY SALONNEAR / AMERICAN LEAGUE-Apr. 6 Marine Aviation Pistol Team

Front nine--Supply vs.VP-30" N'
JAX NAS-384-1522.X

2:30 p.m.Back nlnr--VP-45. vs. Admin. Wins All Guns Championship

2:30
p.m. -
Front nine--Public Works vs.Hasp The Marine Aviation Detach- Tampa coming in second In all
"A"-3:00 p.m. ment's pistol team returned home events. They entered the Flamingo
MONEY MOM arenMONEY Back nlne--VAP-62 vs. A/C last week after three weeks of com- Matches in Miami and wonthe"allguns
Maint.3:00 p.m.NATIONAL petitive shooting here In Tampa championship" by virtue of
!foes of any LEAGUE-Apr. 9 and In Miami. their close second place finish in
The team performed very well as all events and winning the.45 caliber -
SAVE BY WISE BORROWING Front nine-AF679th vs. VP-30. a team,winning six trophies in the match by a large margin.This
"B"2:30p.m.. sharpshooter class and individual gave them the grand aggregatescore.
Back nine--FICEUR vs. CFJ--- awards. They commenced shooting .
COMPARE RATES 2:30p.m. here early last month in the Dixie The team was shooting against
Front nine--VA-35 vs. Hosp"B" matches where they won three first some of the best shooters in the
.
Int. Rate-1% per mo on unpaid balance. 3:00p.m. place team trophies. nation. They were up against other
Back nine-- VP-5 FAETU3r00p.m.
vs. They did not fair so well in Marine teams, Army, Navy Air
Force and Coast Guard teams.
Amt.
MONTHLY PAYMENT SSgt. Harvey Meese, a competitorfor
Of many years summed up the
Your BLACK ANGUS competition, "Those teems we shot
I Check 12 18 24 against In Miami were some of the
? best I've been up against and we
. :. 00 S 17.77 S 12.20 9.42 1.L Meat Company really had to hold them and squeeze"
every shot to stay insecond place.
100 26.66 18.30 14.12 "A He said that some of the other
oo 3 :!i4 24.39 18.83 or astsuer" A Real Old-pasliioned Meal Market teams had no other military duties

500 44.43 30.49 23.54 4029 Blending Blvd. CEDAR HILLS 771-7362 except shooting either practicingor
In matches across the nation.
S600 53.31 36.59 28.24 The Marines concentrate on win-
NOW FEATURING
$700 62.19 42.69 32.95 ning team championships but they
( try just as hard to win Individual
matches when they are actually
FRESH competing .g<::inst each other.
Payment Includes Interest and prine Iple.
The team can be found most
j. A small deposit to your share-savings weekends shooting In small mat-

account Is required with each payment. ches such as they just competedIn.
be
I SEAFOODFRESH During the week they can
1 found performing their regular
It FOR SERVICE TO ALL MILITARYAND duties in the detachment.PAGE .
CIVIL SERVICE PERSONNEL
IWI '""
DAILY ROI\-nOTTO 1
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lAX NAVY FEDERAL r .
--"Call: E. Mark Utsey
CREDIT UNION Bid. 39, HAS U.S.D.A. CHOICE SIDES 53( LB. STAll'AIM MUTUAL' $'01/, Farm AvtA'INSU
Ext. 8507 PRICES INCLUDE CUTTING, WRAPPING FREEZING : m OOM/ANI 389-0338.
1948 RlANDlNG BLVD.



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Navy Judo'' IarsIiallThe & t:al'liud Join




earn Sweeps A JUDO GOO Kegki l : In III Bowling


VV Two keglers joined the ranks of CONTINENTAL LEAGUE
the 600" Bowlers this pastweek.
MCAT TourneyThe They were Kenneth Marshall witha Mix Masters 3, Avlons 1
626 of the Eagles and Russell Spartans 3, Supply 1 cars are insured
Garrard with a 608 from the Pay- Spoilers 2, Alley Cats 2 with us than with

Jax Navy Judo team swept masters #1 team. Pizzan's 3, BB Stackers 1 any other company.
place, and Pat Sullivan, 3rd place. Paymasters #2-2, NARTU ##11-2
I at the 1st Results of last weeks action
the tournament City Other members of the Jax Navy : ComStore 5-3, Protons 1 Find out why nowliJ !
( Tournament held at the Riverside -
judo Judo team who participated in the AMERICAN LEAGUESky Paymasters ##1-3, CFJ "A" 1
YMCA, Saturday, March 28. tournament were: John Sullivan, E. MARK UTSEY
the" Jax Warriors 3, FICEUR #1-1
Besides Navy squad Glen Marsden and NATIONAL LEAGUE 1948
Grant BlondingDlvd
Joey Cutters 2, Seabees 2
1 mat participated
other teams were ((9-10)), Don Brassfield,John Fagan Needlers 4, Doc's 0 Rookies 2, A F 679th 2 389-0338
HighJSchool, Davis
from Lee Benny and Billy Lee ((11-12)), Mike Sheff Cannon Cockers 4, Crash FireO Phantoms 3, Lucky'7' 1
School, and the YMCA Judo
judo and Bert Marsden ((13-14-15)) and Marlins '3, Riggers 1 Air Frames 3, Baymen 1
Club. John Lynskey under 180 lb. Chiefs 4, Falcons 0 Rejects 4, Marines 0 STATE FARM
Winners ,,,, 1--1
Jax Navy were: Boys Mutual A"tolllobll.lftUf'"C'
The CMiptlty
Jax Navy Judo Club hopesto Play Boys 4, Electrons 0
.-Robert Cursors 2, Mad Foxes 2 Moms Off lcis Bloomlntton,Illinois
6-8 age group Pollard host a tournament of this typein NARTU /##2-4, Thunderheads 0
1st place, Mike Kisner, 2nd place, April !J& _, _.... Owl Hoots 3, Bombers 1
and David Marsden, 3rd place;
9-10 age group--Larry Parham <

2nd place, and Kim Miller. 3rd Auto Liability Insurance
place; 11-12 age group -Eddie .w 1
Grant, 1st place,and Bruce Nigels DUVAL COUNTY RATESOver

2nd place; 13, 14 and 15 year age 25 Married .$39.00 Over 25fSingle .$43.00
"Dennis Bunn, 3rd place. 21-25 Married . $55.00 21-25 $72.00
group
In the Mens group 150 Ib. and Under 21 Married. $67.00 Under 21 Single. .$115.00

under--Charles Lipsey, 1st place 6 MO. POLICY MONTHLY PAY PLANMcDOUGALL'S

and Mike Driscoll 2nd place;under INSURANCE
165 lb.--John McCarron 1st place, I
and Clarence Horner 2nd place; AGENCYTHE

Heavyweight division--D. L. Ste- Near Main Gate NAS, JAX
wart, 1st place, Julian Baird 2nd 6463 Roosevelt Blvd Phone EV 8-7676





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A DEMONSTRATION of Judo 1234

throwing techniques is pre- 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 COMPLETE
t\ formed by D. L Stewart (stand I CONFIDENTIAL "
tHIGH. ing on one leg) and Julian Baird 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 COURTEOUS ?

(in the air) at the Jax Navy Judo
20 21 22 23 24 25
Club located in Bldg. 726. (Navy 19 BANKING

RIFLE MARKSMAN for the Photo by Harold Benson, AA) 26 27 28 2930 JSERVICE.t; ,,, y
year 1963 of the NAS Marine -

Bks. was L/Cpl C. H. Hampton S FORD MOTORAMA Inc.tfItt
Major G. Wiclcman, Marine ,
HIGHWAY 17
Bks. CO, left presents trophy One of the Largest and Most -

to l/Cpl./ Hampton, right .who
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AA Navy Photo by Harold Benson, PRICES SLASHED F.D.I.C.



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Major, G. A. Wickman, Marine ( iShU 1133 21ES 4532
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a SCore of .BEDROOM SUITE $79.00 5-670.15-C00.1 tSJilJ 1111] 2UI 43.32
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by Harold Benson, AA LIVING ROOM SUITE $69,00 All Tires Plut Tax,& Exchonfl.-N$3.00 Add-On If Old Ti,. Not CappobU

- END TABLES, COFFEE TABLES $5,00 nMi iH n t

SPORTSSHORT .MODERN LAMPS $5,00TV SETS $60.00 / e FREEM ;; ';

ELECTRIC AND GAS STOVES 35.00 I TUBE-REPAIR Ji 1

$45.00 STEREOS $100.00.
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.REGRIGERATORS MAIM STRUT CEDAR HILLS JOUTHSIDI
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1504 lluAif 1244
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The Intramural Golf starting CONDITIONER 149.00 ITlli 6 MAINIL ... AIR .
,1-TON GIBSON .. ... .
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date .....,....
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will be delayed a week to about t; ".. ,.......
the "UNOr"CROSS9; 'rL
6th of npril to enable some .,. Osw-t M. 0,..Wds1.f M 9,..MM. -
teams to get their handicaps in. COME IN AND BROWSE OPEN 9 A.M..TO 9 P.M. IRNII Ctlll,M.. CARROLL CXIII Mr.JAX .





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The American-Korean Foundation
r. provides school buildings,
equipment, textbooks, scholar- I
ships for destitute Korean chil-
i
dren and orphans. Please contribute CARS
to the American-Korean
Foundation through your Federal
Service Joint Crusade.An IN


F I A Unusual Investment
l 4.0
15% NET

Private water system, sen-
I Ing growing area. Pricedfor i CONDITION
SIGN OF APPRECIATION and a token of' a 'land 'farewell is presented quick saledue to illness !
to Cdr. J. W. Vaughn ((2nd 'from left) by Mrs. Rucks 'from the $5,000.and Complete inspection.Information I I AT
NAS Dependents Swim team 'for his co-ordination and support of
the NAS Swim Team. Cdr. Vaughn, Admin Officer 'for Call for Appointment I II I
FAW-11, has been transfered' to Lake Hurst New Jersey. Coaches Albert R. Marshall
Mike Stevens, (far left) and Chuck Phillips, ('far right! look on. Realtor .
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''Navy Photo by J. C. Davis, JOSN) 520 Fla. Nat'l Bank 354.3054
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4 Offer The Moon 64 CHEVELLE SUPER SPORT $2795

t 8 Cylinder Speed Trans, Power steer and brakes, 4,000
actual miles.: New car guarantee
I WEDON'T I IOffer


50-MILE SWIM AWARDKathleenMcCue 63 IMPALA SPORT COUPE . $2395R&H

daughter of'Capt.Hartsel Luxury Auto/Transmission, Power Steering
F. McCue, FICEUR CO, (IL) receives -

'from Mr.a Gross 50-mile, Red swim Cross badge, Rep I WE DON'TInsult I 63 BEL AIR . . . . . $1995

resentative, (R) as Swim Coach 4 door, R&H, air conditioned

Chuck Phillips looks on. Kathleenis Your Intelligence

the youngest local swimmer to 63 MONZA COUPE . . $1895
receive this award. (Navy Photo
by Ron Gardner, PH2I) WE'RE SOLD OJTLOflkLhLYL 4 speed trans, R&n. Just: like new.

62 IMPALA 4 DOOR HARD TOP $1795
I
R&H, Auto/trans P.SBlack with red interior.


NOW SHOWING BELLAIR 62 FORD GALAXlE . . ... $1395
:
steesmr
4 door, Auto trans, R&H, Factory air conditioned.

You only live SOUTH BLANPING ON LEFT 61 BEL AIR . . . . . .$1395

once..so see 4 door, auto trans, R&H Extra clean car.Factory Air/conditioned

The Pink Panther P.S. WE'RE BUILDING MORE 61 FORD 4 DOOR $995R&H

twice! Air conditioning

60 CHEVROLET . . . . $895
... ) GETTING DISCHARGED
":'. ., ;';'i...".: 2 door, R&H, Straight stick.

Meet characters the zaniest .. IN 1964 OR 1965? 59 IMPALA* CONVERTIBLE .. . . $895

ever gathered 'r'I Auto trans, R&H. Red with white top, clean.]
under one bed! r-J:: 0-. CIVIL SERVICE JOBS OFFERA

LIFETIME OF 58 FORD 4 DOOR WAGON . . $295
:-'f ,. } Auto/transmission R&H
I SIR: I INCOMEOPPORTUNITYSECURITYBoysGirls18

.t. ".." ... .is.. j! t to 50-Men-Women 56 PLYMOUTH WAGON . ? $345R&H
t. new paint, extra clean
-'f <> JIf\. ..J'' Grammer School Sufficient for Many Jobs
'.. k'IE4'i' THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITYTake 55 CHEVY BEL AIR WAGON . $495

DAVID Home Study Course for Government 4 door, Auto/transmission, R&H
.'(1
f."' NIVEN Civil Service Positions NINE (COUNT EM!)

1f... ,.', Which Start As High As $5,235.00 First Year STATION WAGONS 59's TO 64's

S PETER No' Strikes e Paid VacationsNo Chevrolets, Fords, Ramblers, Plymouths .......
7c SELLERS ;, Layoffs All Holidays with Pay and more than 65 other fine cars in stock.
e Automatic Pay Raises Meet New Friends
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.. Paid Sick Leave Liberal Pensions
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: .HE PINK I I // you at a U.S. Citizen-Mere in your future "calve full Information 75 % of our business is wit
; on How to Get A Government Job List of Civil Service Positions
m\.i\; PANTHER i i iCAPUCWE ;4 and Salariet for uA/c we can train you. Hail Coupon tot service personnel..Visit SPECIAL
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I ROBERT WAGHERe I onvUlt. Florida .
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TECHNICOLOR' $1V I, Present Occupation ......._.._....................Time home"Trsiein .......: '
= ; Until, Aee fet 4 Te J b" 8:30 a.m. 'til 9:00 p.m.
*.! :etsOPa.. !;'. '_ .- -. ."!;.asL.Pa ment.-PUn'- ff n j| Sat and Sun. 8:30 a.m. 8:00: p.m.