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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 9, 1964
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official I 1 expression of any

military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does constitute an endorsement .of any military department of the products or services advertised. _

VOL. 22 NO. 5 Jacksonville, Florida APRIL 9, 1964
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|$1,850 Donated E"Z.1.: p"t. ?. -,' Advancements Received 41 J

To Jax ..tIi );4. :., 1By 1--

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Groups By NAS JOWCSix \ 81 NAS Personnel '



In order for 81 of NAS Jax who have
Congratulations are persons
local
civilian organizations received a financial shot in the arm
.
been their advancements in rate since the official notice
yesterday afternoon when the Jacksonville Officers' Wives ClubJOWC( ) celebrating
contributed a whopping $1,850 for their support. This was the largest was received from BuPers last Friday.

single contribution ever made by the club to civilian agencies. Jv Of the 54 advancements, which
r: *,*. fall under the
first increment
Receiving the lion's share of the ""',, \ ,
amount were two organizationsthe -- Two Awards Congressman there were no chief petty officers
Bootstrap Action Committeeand promoted. However, five POls,
14 P02s and 35 P03s will don
the Young Life Group. Each 1
received a check for $500. The Received By new crows. An effective date for

remainder, totaling $850, was divided Meets With these advancements had not been
four other released at press time. I
among agencies
-- the Children's Museum The second increment will become -
Cum- Cdr.
VaughnCommander Navy Chaplains effective 16 when
berland Day Nursery, Morning Star July eight "
School for Exceptional Children, CPos, two POI$, five P02s and
and a Scout Troop for retarded John W. Vaughn Congressman Charles E. Ben- 12 PO3s receive their promotions.
children. recently detached from FAW-11, nett was in Jacksonville last week There were 135 personnel who 1

Mrs. A. N. Fowler, presidentof received a Letter of Commendation and met with several of this area's passed the examinations but fell

JOWC\ made the formal recently, from Captain J. R. Soldier, rest, military leaders. Part of his short within the quota limitationand

presentation of the monies In the Compton, CO of NAS Jax, and a Thy warfare o'er visit included "a conference with were not advanced.

downtown offices of attorney Harry highly coveted Certificate of Dream of fighting Navy Chaplains from the area anda Those to be advanced under the

Kincaid, head of the Bootstrap Appreciation from the American tour of historic Fort Caroline first Increment are:

Action Committee, and Juvenile National Red Cross. Both awards Fields no more. Memorial State Park located northof PETTY OFFICERS FIRST. t

Court Judge Lamar Winegart who were for his untiring efforts In Sleep the sleep that Jacksonville. I
W. S. Allrr-d and W. G. St.
represents the Young Life Group. organizing and instructing military; Speaking to the Navy Chaplainsat
The JOWC voted the dependents in Jacksonville area Knows not breaking, the NAS Jax utncer's Club, John, AC1; J. A. Heatheringtonand
money In a highly successful program on Bennett told them, "The morals O. L. Moore, AMS1; and R.S.
unanimously at a recent meeting. Morn of toil
Speaking for the club, Mrs. Fowler water safety conducted at the NAS and standards of government are Reed, RML
Indoor Pool. Nor of much better than in the beginning
said that the Bootstrap donationof night waking. now PETTY OFFICERS SECOND
$500 be Interpreted In Capt. Compton's Letter of of our country and are
complete endorsement may of the com-as Commendation, he recognized Cdr. Sir Walter Scott improving all the time." C. G. Hill, J. A. Houland J.M.

mittee's goals to raise thestandard Vaughn's outstanding contributionto He said theproblem of ethicsin Loftus and W. J. O'Brien, AC2;
the local establishmentin R. Simmons, ADH2; G. J. Sullivan,
of education in the local public military ConICarDivSix government Is not new, despitethe
school a very worthwhile and highly recent reflections given off by ATR2; R.C. Austin, AK2; C.M.
system.In
explaining her personal views successful dependents' programon the Bobby Baker case. Dukes, AME2; R.E. Dean and A.D.
Changes Sanders, CS2 D. J. Thompson,
she said, "Ours is a typical Navy water safety.In The 16-year member of Con- ;
We have the American National Red gress traced the evolution of ETN2; C. W. Schedel, MA2; andT.
family. four children In
public school and we have bought Cross Certificate of Appreciation Hands honesty In government from the Burgard and R. W. Hood, RM2.

Cdr. Vaughn was cited for his' days of the Revolutionary War to
(ISee JOWC on Page 2i, outstanding cooperation with the The title of Commander Carrier modern times."Members (See Advancement on Page 2))

Field Director's Office In the con- Division Six, will change hands of Congress boughtup

13-Hour Non- tinuing water safety instruction tomorrow at 10 a. m. as Rear script used as soldier's pay Glenview Team
Admiral Robert L. Townsend relieves
program offered at NAS during the vouchers during the RevolutionaryWar
winter months of 1963 and '64. Rear Admiral Allen M. and profited immorally",
Stop Trip Made "His contribution to this activityhas Shinn onboard the USS Saratoga, Bennett said, "and this has been Inspects NARTU

made it possible for many (CVA-60)) at the Naval Station, followed by the Teapot Dome political -

By VP-4S dependents of service personnelto Mayport. scandal the 'deep freeze' Readiness

receive basic Instruction in All interested personnel and and the''vicuma coat' episodes.See .

(See FAW-1J On are welcome. A 41-member Inspection team
A crew of 12 men from VP-45 Page 9. guest ( Congressman on Page 91)
------ from the staff of the Chief of
recently completed a 13 hour non-

stop 3:00, round-trip a.m'l Thursday flight,,beginningat April 2, NAS Marine Aviation Detachment Provides 500 Glenview Naval readiness Air, ilL Reserve, Is and holding logistics Training the annual Inspection at--

from Jacksonville, passing over
of the Naval Air Reserve >

Mexico Canada, Washington City, Mexico, D, C.Ottawa and Marine Personnel With Administrative Support"Without Training The team Unit, here.headed by CaptainF. \

back .
again to Jacksonville.The -
you we wouldn't .. .. M Duffy, arrived aboard NAS
non-stop flight, which end- Story and PhotographsBy t) '1T '"
ed be here," are the words often heard 1w li< :. Jax Saturday, April 4. The inspection -
at 1
4:00p.m.FridayApri13 was
by Marines of the Marine Aviation GySgt. Wes Word got underway Sunday
completed by the crew of a, PSA"Orion"
Detachment attending one of morning and will continue through
an Anti-Submarine Patrol directed toward '
are
supporting,
the four schools here. The words Saturday.All .
plane. The flight covered a administration of
maybe spoken by any one of the teaching, join- divisions of NARTU Jax,
total of 4,116 miles. and
ing, transferring Instructingthe i'f
170 support personnel of the under the command of CaptainS.
Lieutenant C. F. Sleeman, pilotof approximately 1700 Marine
detachment. L. Lanier, are being inspectedat
the craft, and Lieutenant (jg) students who went through the
Those words pretty much speak this time except the Service
J. J. Neal, co-pilot were greetedwith schools last In
year. previous
and typify the feeling of the Information Office and Leadership
congratulations and a well this much
years figure was higher.
personnel assigned to out division. Inspections for those two
done by the Squadron's Commanding : carry The Detachment,under the Com- s y
the mission of the Detachment. offices were held during NARTU'sannual
Officer, Commander J. D. mand of Lieutenant Colonel John
in the Standard In Feb-
Spelled out Operating military inspection
Collins, and his Executive Officer Urell supports between 400 and
Procedure, the Detachment's ruary by Rear Admiral GeorgeP.
Commander D. M. Hume 500 Marine students at all times.
mission is "to Koch
provide Commander of Naval Air
This was the first experimental The Detachment consists of 170
flight for the new aircraft. The administrative support for the assigned enlisted personnel and nine officers Reserve TrainingCNARESTRA( ).
personnel and perform such The mission of NARTU Jax (is
60-ton P3A Orion Lockheed .
a Lt. CoL Urell and MajorW.
other functions as directed by the to provide and maintain, in a highstate.
Turbo-Prop, was being tested for J. Hinson, the Executive Cf-
Commandant of the Marine of readiness sufficient
-
numbers
future use within FAW-1L It is ficer are the only two NavalAviators
Corps. of trained naval air
designed to give the Navy increased and have to get In their U. Col. John Urell, CO, Marine reserve
Those other functions have been squadrons, units and personnel to
Anti-Submarine bilities. Warfare capa- almost none existent. All efforts ''See Marine Aviation on Pg. 3 Aviation Detachment (See Inspection On Page 9iI .



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Warming, : season Can Protestant Services at the All

Saints' Chapel Chaplain W. C. Neill

Bring Deadly DangersThe 8:00 a.m.SUNDAY Service of I bly Com a recent newspaper articlea power: He explores the possible>
munion former U.S. senator, said, "The ides before Him. The devil tries to
and know- entice Him to make
is given power selfish
Wor- senator
9:30 a.m. Service of Divine use of
'warming season" is now with us in most parts of the world ledge that he Is expected to use; His i power, to appeal to low motives

and so are Its dangers. ship 9:30 a.m. Sunday School for ages exactly where proper use trails off in1 gaining a following,; and to compromise
Those of us In the Armed Forces who he truth and
are exposed to heating devicesare 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 into abuse is something that only righteousnesstnachieving
also exposed, if we1 re not careful, death by explosion gas poison- IhOOa.m. Service of Divine Wor- can decide." This is a decision His alms. A great deal

Ing and suffocation.If ship that every person must make regardless was at stake in the Master's deci-
you don't believe it, check the appalllngstatistics of death and injury 6:30 Youth Fellowship of the degree of his power sions.

wrought by careless and ignorant use of heaters each winter. p.m.WEDNESDAY and knowledge. It Is a decision Every person must meet this

Each time you burn coal, coke kerosene,gasoline wood charcoal 4:30 Junior Choir Re- which Jesus Christ had to great test. We must decide how we
.
. natural or manufactured gas in any heating device and there is insufficient p.m. will
hearsal face and for which He preparesus. use our own personal gifts,our
ventilation a definite threat exists. 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Re- knowledge our abilities, our Influ
Rooms where such heaters are employed must have ventilation either hearsal At His baptism Jesus heard, ence. A great deal is at stake In our

natural or mechanical so that toxic gases produced by the heater can 12:00p.m. Holy Communion Alsoon the voice of the Heavenly Father decision. It will have far-reaching
escape. "
all Days "Thou art My beloved Son. affects. It will determine the whole
Holy
Fires can ,also) .result from 'Improper handling- of combustible materials Catholic Services at St. Edward's say With full assurance that He was course of our life

such as paint old rags, etc. Chapel, NATTC and Naval HDS- God's Son, He faced the responsi- Jesus Christ won His battle at
If you can't get a qualified person to check your heating equipment, pital bility that this Involved. So at the the beginning of His ministry, but
take care yourself to see that flues and
stove pipes are tightly connected
MASS
SUNDAY beginning of His public career He the tempter returned many times.
that are not and that
chimneys clogged all non-electrical heating equipment -
alone into the wildernessto Each time the Master
has proper ventilation. 6:30 a.m. U. S. Naval Hospital went out overcame
wrestle with the problems of His His enemy committing Himself always -
Rules governing heating conditions in U.S Government controlled buildings 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 i.m St.
Edward's Chapel life work. Conscious of His divine to the Father's Will We too
make it clear that all precautions should be taken to insure
calling and opportunity, He must have to battle with temptation
safety and comfort of Armed Forces personnel and their dependents. DAILY MASS again
St. Edward's Chapel decide on the strategy of His and again. But always our Lord is
Observe these rules and safety tips. They'll keep you warm and not 11:30 a.m.
deathly cold. (AFPS1 MONDAY 8. TUESDAY career. Aware of His mission and near, and He is our strength.

I 'I .t 4:15 p.m. King Hall NATTC

FRIDAY Quote of the Week --'
12:05 p.m. U. S. Naval Hospital

. SATURDAY "/ dill, (tlItHi- llnil/ I ttninnl? nni/ '

9:00 a.m. St.dwHd's Chapel tin jihlin' tn till lit,,' ilditn" .* :dli(1i// // ti
COHFESSIONS-TURD Y
tnthlilut'iic\, .* ti m/lil I In miikf" (inih .
7:00 p.m. 8:00: p.m. and before i
4i isI { Masses 1II"1IIh,',:." I FOr/'IIlr< / : Prune Miniskr %
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Catechism Classes: Grade School I Ilaroidlal') \ lillan. reaffirming '
I
v .; SATURDAY that In will not run again 1 I'or Parliament. : :

I 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities .
\ I/M.
building 722NURSERY
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..t1 The Naval Air Station Nursery AdvancementsContinued

r v located in Building 560 on Child
f-1 Street opens at 8:15 a.m. on Sun- ( From Page 1

day morning. Parents attending' PETTY
OFFICER THIRDJ.
Sunday Masses or Protest,:nt ser
f Qa10YEARSCommander vices may leave young children in Fathing and S. I I. Theriot,

the nursery without charge. ABH3; T J. Sloan, ABF3; M.T

I.f.I. Ewell G. L. Gillette J. C. Hulse

f. and T. N. Hunt, AC3; W. R. Yates,

. ADJ3; D. E. Gallatin, ADR3; J. ft
JOWCContinued
S. Mansfield, Commanding Officer, VP-18, Gibson, AK3; G. W. Haman and

expresses his gratitude to Chief W. P. Shurrieff for his excellent W. E. RoekerAMH3R.; L. Carlson

10 years of service to VP-18, and wishes him good luck on his ( From Page 1 1a and C. M. Parker, AMS3; J. B.
Rippere, AQF3 P. J Bence K. ,
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transfer to NAS Jax. (Official Navy Photo)
Boone and J. E. Wehrle
home here. We first'expected ATN3;
to be here about A. A. Hunt CSS; C. F. Williamson -
Station Traffic Chief Leaves VP-18 only two years DC3 W
but our transfer to a squadron ; C. Hessenauer, EN3j;
based here has added considerabletime A. L. Gerardt R. W. Luth, J. 1..
Violations After 10-Year Tour to our stay. Mahler, G. L. Nosier, and W, The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian -

"The tremendous amount of progress Wallace, ETN3; B. 1.. Grisham, Enterprise Newspaper distributed -

Following Is a report of traffic William Price Shurtleff Navy here in Jacksonville MA3; c. F. Irby, PH3; 1.. J. each Thursday at the
violations for the period March 29 Aviation Structural Mechanic (Hydraulic especially during the past eight Mislinski J. C. Shourd C. H.
t' .April 4. ) Chief was transferred to year is certainly noticed and commended Small, D. F. Welch and R. G. U.S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonllle -
NAS Jax recently after servingten Wiley RM3.
by families
Navy she
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis years continuously in Patrol continues. "The Expressway system Those to be advanced under Florida, by the Holt Pub

week (March29-Apr14).7.| ) Squadron Eighteen. new buildings downtown, the the second increment are: lishing Company, a private firm.

Total Accidents this year through Shurtleff reported to the squadron coliseum the waterfrontand the CHIEF PETTY OFFICERC. submitted for use in
April 4. ...70 In March 1954. A large part civic auditorium are all fine examples All Copy

Total accidents through April 1963 of his ten years was spent on deployments of added convenience and L. Winchester, ACCA; C.R. the JAX MR NEWS must be
...87 to various countries In enjoyment. Reeder, AECA; W, R. Thompkins,
Number of days since last injuryin '55565761, and '63. "However," she added, "the BTCA; J. R. Boulle J. E. Miller forwarded to the Service Information -

motor vehicle accident.... 4 The chief hopes to complete his Duval County school system has and R. H. Otts ETCA; P.v.. Office Box 2, NAS
30 years and retire here at NAS. been equally outstanding in its Martin MACA; and W. E. Vlllecas'
NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis At Shurtlefrs final squadron failure to keep up the progressivepace TMCA. Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on

week.....................61 muster, Commander S. K. Mans- and even seems to have lag- PETTY OFFICER FIRSTJ. before publication. News

Speeding......................H field, CO ofVP-18expressedhis ged behind. I consider the situation Monday
Reckless Driving........... 4 gratitude for the finalservice ren- alarming and I think its time for A. Starkey, PN1, and W. A, items are welcomed from all

Going through stop sign... 1 dered during his ten-year stay. He all of us to stop crittsizlng and Pitts, RAIL 9-7711,
EV
Shurtleff sources--Telephone
Other violations..45 remarked that Chief do what we can that is constructive PETTY OFFICER SECONDT
before would be missed by those who knew ."
drivers appeared -
Forty-two Ext. 8162.
the Traffic Hearing Board at him. The JOWC donation to the committee C. Bass and S J. Teston

the meeting held on April 6, 1964. Measure Up! was on a"no strings attach AE2 Dunhoff; T. R. Walters, AG2; J, E. Advertisements are solicitec
Disposition of the cases Include the ed" basis and can be used at theorganization's A02; and W, R. Dickerson -
HM2. by the publisher and queries
following: 20 lost driving and park- "\ill.' out ,of Im (;uc'rl1l1..111 \- dccretlon to furtherits .
ing privileges aboard the station goals. PETTY OFFICER THIRDJ concerning such should be dir
four were assigned nnplo\o'-. a The amount given to the Young
for various periods; H. Ross ected to the Holt Publishing Com-
complete and eight-nour full li>'%> stork for :iula.'a Life Group was specified by) the ABH3; S. B. Snod-
course: ,In remedial driving .Instructions JOWC to be used for financing grass, E. Pineiro and M. R \'in- pany, 4724 Clyde Drive Jack-
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-hul I waul gate AE3 W
pa} camperships for ; J. Peters
; nine had suspended young people who ADJ3; Florida Telephone::
sonville 8
penalities; 15 were given warnings; thai tenth man to mraurr would particularly benefit b\ the D. A. Venter AK3; D, J. Whilden, ,
AMH3; J.v.\ 359-4040 359-027L
or
personalized McLendon
guidance and ATX3
two were dismissed and six were al ." rehabilitation ;
referred to commanding officersfor up M) that the organization D. L. Gregg BM3; C. W. Johnson 9J964"AGE

possible disciplis-.ry action. -,' .':'i.I.111 JoluiMin has to offer. HM3; K. .\. Shaw, MA3; and VOL. 22 NO. 5
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1964 JAX NEWS
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HOWM Good SuggestionsFirst '" :# <" .- . 1
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of Two Articles
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President?Johnson recently challenged I possibilities for improvement are. r
every Federal employee to To list possible improvements ask: 1
"work hard to reduce the cost of What is done? Why? Where?
Go\e nmenl" and to devise and Why is it done there? When is it
propose ways to improve his performance I done? Why is is done then? Howis 'J
ahd he pledged his intention it done? Why is it done this
to "arcord increased recognition 'way? Think only about ideas that '.1 I
to those, governmental units may work in this step. Don't try
and individuals that make notable to analyze why something won't
advances In providing efficient work. List all possible improve- Jacksonville Kwef Cfab
service at lower cost." ments crystallized by your ques- fi
tions. ,j
The Government-wide incentive
awards program-which rounds POST TIME 8 O'CLOCK-On McDuff North of Beaver

out a decade of progress this year Men still die with' their boots '
-provides a ready means through on. but usually one boot is 'n t SEASON ENDS SATURDAY NIGHTI!
which employees can respond to the accelerator. .-
the President's challenge. Follow IjI O ,
ing are several tips on how to Customer: "The portions you
make good beneficial suggestions.This served me yesterday were twiceas I.
installation needs your big." I
good work-improvement ideas- Waitress: "Where were you sit- I ROOSEVELT '
and needs them as soon as possi- ting?" a II MALLI
ble. You are a big factor in the Customer: "Over near the win- I
new-idea picture because you dow." 1 .. I
know your job better than anyone Waitress: "That accounts for .
else, you know where hidden costs it. Those portions were for advertising tI CARWASH
lie, you know where duplication purposes."
exists you know where produc- \' ,,
tion is held up. WESTSIDE ..t HOURS MONDAY thru SATURDAY-9 a.m..6 p.m.
Obviously IOarc in a good
position to find and suggest waysto U-HAUL.
((1)) reduce costs, ((2)) save man- RENTALS OPEN SUNDAYS 9:00 til 1:30
days, supplies equipment, space, : : P.M.
and ((3)) improve service in the 4753 BLANDING BLVD.
day-to-day work that surrounds PHONE 771.5092 [Located in The Roosevelt Mall Shopping CcnU-ron Roo.svplt Blvd!]
you JOEY'S THE NAME Although i I
How do you make worthwhile I SAVE 75% OF her first name it "Joey," there'i EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY
suggestions? Step by step-that's I
the way it's done successfully. MOVING COST no doubt that this lovely young (
starlet it a ,iI. Sh,.'* Joey Heath- AUTO WAX APPLIED ;
1. Concentrate on what you know FREE
best. Successful idea-getters and erton, daughter oj television performer WITH CAR WASH !
suggesters agree that your own 10% DISCOUNTTO Ray tteatherton.
work area usually is the best rjuwiiutnjI
starting place for the developmentof
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a worthwhile suggestion. Per- MILITARY.PERSONNEL
haps your study will lead( you to I I
something that applies to another .
unit, such as what happens to the
work before or after it gets to you. RENT LOCAL OR ONE-WAY
I
2. Pick a situation which needs Trucks, Trailers, Tow-Bars, I
improvement. Look carefully. The Car Top Carriers, Hand-Trucks
things that need improvementmost & Hitches.
are not always apparent. Bumper .1'
Here are a few tips to help you
zero-in on the improvement target -
What needs improvementmost
? A bottleneck? Out-of.date
method? Chasing around for materials .
tools and paperwork? i t
Peak workload( at the wrong time?

Excess man hours? 4538 SAN JUAN AVE.
3. Pinpoint the problem. Clearly
understand the specific problem,
what you are trying to achieve. If The Flowers
the problem i is large and complex, 1 YEAR GUARANTEE WARRANTY ON ALL CARS!
break it down into smaller parts. that bloom
Then put,your problem in writing.Be 60 FORDSTARLINER.$1195 62 FORD SEDAN .......................$1395
specific and''concrete. With the Automatic, radio and heater, double power. Standard transmission, radio and heater.
defined; ... on in the
your problem way .. you're well n 57 FORD WAGON.......................$595 62 FORD WAGON.....................$1595

Automatic, radio and heater, power steering Automatic, radio and heater.
.. Get all the facts. Jot down Springtrala. j
the procedures equipment -forms, and brakes. 63'FORD FAIRLANE '500'$2095.

people, volume, and man-hours 58 FORD FAIRLANE "500"...............$595 2-door hardtop, automatic, radio and' heater,

used improvement.in the area you've Don't selectedfor short- ... V-8, automatic, radio and heater. New Car warranty.

change yourself on facts or mar lvl f.u Should V*!1)0'ntw J 59 CHEVROLET WAGON..5995

shal too many unneeded ones. Arrange Automatic, radio and heater, double power. 63 BIRD CONVERTIBLE................$3695

your facts so that you have,, Are not'everything 60 CHEVROLET HARDTOP...............$1195 Full power, like new.
answers to such questions as:
What work is done? Who does it? V-8, automatic, radio and heater. 63 FORD HARDTOP.$2595

Where is it. done? When How? 60 FALCON...............................$795 Double power, automatic transmission, New
How much time is spent? Standard transmission, radio and heater. Car warranty.

:3. Analyze the facts. Ask why. when it comesto 60 Plymouth............... ..............$695 63 TR3 CONVERTIBLE..................$1795
After you've collected the facts,
study them to determine what: the Bankingbut Automatic, radio and heater. Radio and heater.

OVER 50 CLEAN CARS TO CHOOSE FROM )

Revenue Act that 3V/V>steady interest on WE APPRECIATE THE OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE

Savings grows throughout summer
Lowers Tax Rates fall.winter. and back to spring again! SERVICE PERSONNELTelephone

PersonnelDuring s.._"_ Ir: ....ttf.",.
For All _A.pnl,.w.,rwtry'''.'''1., M.GN v.",.''..'.,."!r....rwyln..... .Eh.Or .. EV 44536iIL9.

March, Income tax with- ew .
holding rates were lowered to / .
with the Revenue Act of :
comply ..W.tit. .
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1964. All personnel are alertedto t wow
the fact that in certain cases
the new withholding rates will not RIVERSIDE BANK

approximate the tax due and that 1234 KING STREET.. 394.7541Ihr4KN .
be offset i or
any differences can
I i wuv..N.
by requesting additional with-

holding or making payments on a

dec .ration of estimated tax. OUVAI

Personnel who have questions MOTORS \ ,,,
or who would like to change their k rIk: 1.IJ

tax withholding rate, should visit

the \avy FinanceCfftcetPDuildin, ?
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VP-5 Wives Hold Navy Offers Employees' political Activity


Career Talks In Tuition Aid


Bluejackets InnLast For College Governed By Federal Rules


acts\ in political management or politic,
Wednesday at the Dlue- Are you interested In obtaining a Federal employees, [In gener I 1. cannot take an 1939.epart Therefore, because of the forthcoming campaigru
thellatchActof
jacket's Inrrthe enlisted wives of VP5 college degree or furthering your because of restrictions Imposed by and the Presidential election this November, it is I Important tht.t primaries eriplovees,

held a round table discussion per- education? N awrVorthe ting Conventions and restrictions. Equally important however, Is the fac, ,that, re.
obligations
taining Topics to the of Navy discussion Man. included If you are, the Navy's Tuition Aid be strictions on political r polltic-al act! ity do not relieve Federal employees of their obligation as citizens 'to keep ln.formed -

Medicare, Insurance, advancement Program ance. Almost offers seventy-five financial per-cent assist- on all political Issues and to register and vote.__

opportunities, and pay allow of the course cost can be obtained may be a candidate for office in such run for a community office only i$
You have the right to vote as you
ances. Tuition Aid exceed and hold the described In the preceding
through not to restric- an election you may para-
Presiding at the discussion was $13.50 per semester hour. Anyone choose. Political-activity Federal office after election If the head of graph.
the Squadron's Commanding Officer, interested in this plan should apply tions do not relieve a a your agency decides that your hold- You may not solicit others to be
as
of his
obligation
Cdr. J. A. Pate Instructors J. A. for this aid at least two weeks priorto employee Inform himself of the Ing It will not interfere with your come candidates for nomination or
Rosa ADCS; A.M. Dlackman, AQ2; class commencement. citizen to Federal employment. election to partisan offices.
and R. S. Shelby, YNC, of the Com- Issues and to register and vote. Employees You may petition Congress or any You may not campaign, for or
Futher information can be obtained are encouraged to vote.
Fair Career Information Center,
Jax Member of For example, against a political party or candi-
explained the advantages of the sub- by contacting the CI & E You have the right to express your Congress.
jects discussed. Office, Bldg. 955 or by calling Exts. opinions on all political subjects and you may write to your Congressmanand date.You
tell him how think he should may not use your automobile
do you
Following the discussion refresh- 8556 or 618. candidates aslong as you do not so voters
to
served. In such a manner as to take an acts c vote on any issue. transport except membersof
ments were part In political management or You may sign petitions,. Including your Immediate f.mily" to the
but may not polls. However, riders in regalarlv
political campaigns of a pa rtlsan na- nominating petitions
initate them or canvass for the sig- scheduled carpools can stop at t itlie

ture.You may take a voluntary cam- nature of others i f they are identifiedwith polls on the way to or from work.

w PIZZA PANThY'l paign contribution to any regularly partisan political managementor You may not display political

constituted political organization. campaigns.You pictures, stickers, badges or buttons
while aboard the station.
attend political rallies
1 Note restrictions below.) may
TAKh OCT OIIDUIS ,DINING ROOM You may, with the approval of the and join political clubs, but you can You may not distribute campaign
1 Commanding Officer, accept appointment not take an active part in the conductof material
I the the of the You may Dot march in! a political
to such posit I ions as member rally or operation
t .PREMIUM; J BEER CHOICE; CLT SIKAKS club chairman ollicer parade.If .
rl .ITALIAN SANDVMCIIKS .SPAGHETTI : of boards of education school'Committees or act as ,
,J and boards of public committee member or delegate.You you are uncertain whether?

;"PIZZA... libraries provided the holding of may vote on issues, but may not certain action would violate political
our specialty" these local offices will not conflict speak for or against them. activity rules, you should present the

or interfere with the efficient dis- matter writing to the Commanding
FRANK DERICKSON charge of your Federal duties. If Officer, attention Industrial Relations
these offices are elective, you may Federal employees may not takean Officer. You should get a
In she Heart of Cedar Hills// not participate in a partisan political active part In political manage- ruling on the matter before engagingIn

election. ment or In political campaigns of a the action, since ignorance Of
3619 Blanding Blvd.-Ph 771-0170 I You may participate in a nonpartisan partisan character.You provisions of the law will not excuse

local election In which party may not be a candidate for you from penalities for violation.

designation, nomination, and spon- nomination or for election' to a
sorship are completely absent. You National or a State office. You may
2 VP-16 Men


I Ie Cited For Life


o I I Ii Saving Efforts


Commander William J. Vdurto!

Commanding Officer of Patrol

Down Payment'Easy Financing Squadron 16, recent) preset;.ted
Arnett M. Adklns AX1, and BobbyF.

Hill, ADJ3, with lerers: of Com
Approximately 18 MINUTES from the base, South on Hiway 17. mendation for their part ins'vm,;the

lies of two men at the:"avdISttio; ::,
CLAYTON REVELSCkU4fJ1J.
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ndklns and Hill were attending a

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two men's lives at )'ooked' en
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Movies... ,:. :I. '.f New hallOpen .
0" Club I Blue Jackets InnDoin's
: ." usa Notes
Movies will be-$hbwrt regularly''. .' ... For
at 7 p. m. on Monday hrough

i Saturday: 1 E 12 p. m. and 7 L m. Thursday, April 9
) on SatuA&Vj: and Sunday, at'/the Thursday,!: April 9 FRA #126
Thursday 9 Homemade Goodies
Night
MalnsldInd< / NATTC Theata'rs April : :
Happy Hour 330p. m. 6:00 p. m
and at 7 p. m. only on Sunday at Dinner 6-9:00 p. m. Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings Friday, April 10 The Ladies Auxlfary'oftheFleetReserve
the Hospital Theater. These times 8:00 p. m. 12:00 a. m. Association 126.will meet
Friday, April 10 Boy meets Girl NightSaturday
are subject to change. in their new meeting hall locatedat

Thursday April 9 Happy Hour 3:30p.m.-6:00p.m.: Friday, April 10 April 11 7673 Blanding Boulevard at

Malnslde Band t of Zabhoe Dinner 6:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. The Emerals 9:00p. m. -1:00 a. m. Informal 8:00 p. m. 11:00 p. m. 8:00 All p. members m., April 16.are invited to
Victor ?Mature, Do-Re-Ml Trio 8:00: m. -
Anthony Newly p.
Saturday, April 1 11] 12 attend.T. .
Sunday April
NATTC Lassie's Great Adven- 12:00: a. m.Saturday.

as ture June Lockhart, Jon ; April 11 I Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings Vespers and Refreshments MARSHALL HAHN, President -
a. Provost 9:00 p. m. 1:00 a. m. Virginia Polytechnic Institute -

Hospital Three Hundred Spartans Happy Hour 3:30: p.m.6:00p.m.: I Sunday, April 12 Monday, April 13 : "The primary purpose of

e' Richard Egan, Diane Dinner 6:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. I Training course for new Jr. going to college is to obtain an
or Baker Johnny Arnold 8:00 p. m. I March Wilson and Redcoats Volunteers education. "

Friday, April 10 12:00 a. m.Sunday. 8:00 p. m. 12:00 a. m. -... :--....
or Mainside II Tuesday, April 14 ..
A Yank in Vietnam .
Jj.!i Marshall Thompson, Keu Chinh April 12 Monday, April 13 Game .

NATTC Bandit Buffet Dining and Night ., ..1.{: ::
of Zabhoe 6:00: p. m. 9:00: p, m, Dancing .' < '
I k( Victor Mature, Anthony Newly Prime Ribs of Beef, Steamship Tuesday, April 14 Wednesday, April 15 ";r".

rs Hospital Lassie's Great Adventure Round Disc Jockey Show 8:00 p. m.
he June Lockhart Jon Do-Re-Mi Trio 7:00 p. m. Happy Hour 4:00 p. m. 6:00 p. m.

.11 Provost 11:00: p. m.Monday.
D I
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April
l Malnslde Tall Story Tony Perkins Game Night 8:00 p. m.

11 Jane Fonda Happy Hour 3:30 p.m. -- 6:00 p.m! Will Meet HereThe
t t. NATTC Sleeps lifStts uf in five
A Yank
''n Vietnam FAETU Cocktail
Party minutes. Two full size beds.
Marshall Thompson Keu Chinh Tuesday, April 14 FRA 91 BarBQThe NAS Jax Apprentice Club Overallerectedsize 16' x 6'6"
:n Hospital Bandit of Zabhoe
will hold its next meeting Monday,
Victor Mature, Anthony Newly Happy Hour 3:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. April 13, at 7:30 p. m. SALES AND RENTALS
11 Sunday, April 12 Foreign Dish Night (Italian) Fleet Reserve Branch 91 The meeting will be held in JAX CUSTOM
Mainside Secret Door 6:00 will host a Bar- -Q, Saturday,
Robert : p m. 9:00: p. m. Bldg. 953, second deck. All
! Hutton, Sandra Dome April 11, from 11 a. m. until
BOAT
apprentices
are urged to attend. CANVAS
1 NATTC Tall Story Tony Per- Wednesday, April 15 9p.m., at the clubhouse, 8554

e kips, Jane Fonda Happy Hour 3:30: p. m. 6:00 p, n Roosevelt Blvd. When you are young you do a lot COMPANY C -
g Hospital A Yank in Vietnam Family Nite, all fried chicken you Choices of beef, pork or ham- of wishful thinking. When you are 4588 ST. JOHNS AYE.

. Marshall Thompson, Keu Chinh can eat 6-9:00: p. m. burger steaks are on the menu. old you do a lot of thoughtful wishing At.Blandin Blvd
1 The main dish will cost $1.25
Monday, April 13 --
,1 Mainside A Distant Trumpet and 25$ for the hamburgers and

Troy Donahue Suzanne PleshctteN hotdogs. All members and guestsare BIG CHIEF TIRE CO.I T RESIlllq
,\TTC Secret Door Robert Acey Duecy Invited.

Hutton, Sandra Dome!

Hospital Tall Story Tony Perkins Club Locations 3 To Serve You

Jane Fonda Thursday, April9 INTRODUCINGYOUR
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Hospital Secret Door Robert 12:30 a. m. FRITZ
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Hutton, Sandra Dome Saturday, April 11 9 Front End Engine & Transmission Work (PARMAN Ret C.P.0.)
Wednesday April 15
Phil Cay and Chantels 8:30 p. m. '; 7.
MainsideWho's Minding the Store 12:30: a. m. WE fiNANCE ANYONE IN THE U.S.N.
-Jerry Lewis, Jill St. John .
NATTC Soldier In the Rain ...
Sunday April 12 NOTHING DOWN EASY PAYMENTS
Jackie Gleason, Steve lcQueenHospital DOUG COOK "
A Distant Trumpet Marc Castle8:30p. -11:30p.: m. 854 N. Edgewood Ave.
Game Night 5:30 p. m. 7:30 p.m. BRUNSWICK PREMIUM
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Navy Wives M.


SquadronsHold Cruises Next Meeting Apr. 15 :'S
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A meeting was held last Wed- eastern Regional Vtce-Presldent. P 1& &i.t
.Two: ARTU Jax Selected' Reserve nesday, April 1, at 7:30 p.m., In At the conclusion of the meeting
squadrons-VA 741 and VP741 the Navy Wives Clubhouse located at refreshments were served by Mrs.
-will hold their annual two week Enterprise Avenue, concerning the Anthony Skipper, Mrs. Earl Snyder,
training cruises this month. revision of the by-laws. and Mrs. Bernard Toothacher.Next .
VA-741 under the command of Also, there was an election of scheduled meeting will be ..t
Commander H.G.Goodellis sched- delegates to attend the Southeastern Wednesday, April 15, at 7:30p.m.,
uled to cruise at MCAS YumaAri- Regional Convention to be held on In the clubhouse on Enterprise Avenue -
zona. VP-741 will move from one May 17 at Norfolk, Va. The dele- .
end of the NAS Jax line to the otherto gates designated to attend are:Mrs
cruise with FAW-11. Cdr. R.U Wilbert Wagner, Mrs. John Lee,
Oreair Is the commanding officer of Mrs. Thomas J. Dennett, Mrs. Con-
VP-741. ley Ownby, and Mrs Kendall Kearns.
's Both squadrons will cruise between The alternate was Mrs. Henry J. ,

April 13 and 26. Wernet, Secretary to the South- "" ,
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FIRST CHtCK-Commander T. E. Stevenson, Navy Exchange Officer,
WEST CON NETT presents Chester F. Sarnow with his first retirement check while

Robert Mann, Barber Shop Supervisor, looks on.Sarnowhas served
as a barber in the Navy Exchange Barber Shop for the past ten
FURNITURE CO. years. He is the sixth employee to retire from the local exchange
here. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2))
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MODERN LAMPS. $5.00TV SETS 60.00

ELECTRIC AND GAS STOVES 35.00

REGRIGERATORS $45.00STEREOS 100.00

1-TON GIBSON AIR CONDITIONER $149.00 '%.SI (L1/,11ER, IRE1til s,,, rou arr

ioi iln>tnitn.\ Tli'm ln>uch beauty, CHANNEL 7 AUCTION-Capt. J. R. Compton, CO, NAS, Bill Scheu,
COME IN AND BROWSE OPEN 9 A.M.. TO 9 P.M. 'iclrr** kl r a ctwUnK dip. Fair Jax, (L-R), inspect model planes, replicas of those flown by the
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\.. Officer Billets! Opened 1 ya'T a :; R r Auto Liability. Insurance ;:

DUVAL COUNTY RATESOver
25 Married.$39.00 Over Singh$43.00
By NAOC I
Program 21-25 Married. . ,$55.00 21-25 Single. ..11', $72.00
Under 21 Married. $67.00 Under 21 Single. '. .$115.00
Ove,i 22,000 Navy Officer billets Information on the NAOC and other 6 MO. POLICY MONTHLY PAY PLANMcDOUGALL'S
require.' men with aviation trainingand Naval Avlatln Officer programs Is
experience, available at the NARTU Jax pro- INSURANCE
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The NAOC must possess a :t AGENCY
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Ing and completing will receive the his 16-weekcourse commissionafter VP-16 Hosts RCAF 6463 Roosevelt Blvd Phone EV 8-7676

Naval School of Pre-fitght at
of the
Pensacola. For 5-Day Visit l : ,

Almost all of these billets were 1' DISTRIBUTORSHIPS AVAILABLEWe
filled pilots until, In 1959, It was Patrol Squadron Sixteen com-
by f
manded by Commander William J.
found, that non-pilot officers with Vaught, welcomed Canadian Air I I ISEABEE can save you time, effort and
aviation backgronds could fill more t choice of
Forces. officers and enlisted men money by offering you a
than 4,000 of these,billets.Toastmasters .
to NAS lax, Saturday, April 5.1 many types of distributorships.
Club The Canadian crew, members of ,Financing, on some up to 80 pet.
404 (MP) Squadron, commandedby OPENING-lt. Charles
Seeking MembershipFor Flight Lieutenant Frank Haw- Gibowia NAS Shop Engineer
thorn, Is here for a five-day visit as (R) presents the keys for the new
Mar-Nav 2280The guest VP-16.. The"Eagle"squadron NAS V-l 1 Transportation Office,
will In turn visit the Canadian's that was opened during recent OVER 100 AVAILABLEOur
MAR-NAV ToastmastersClub base In Greenwood, Nova Scotia
ceremonies, to Willie Dauphin,
2280 has been reorganized and April 28. the Director of Transportation. executive consultants win) aid you at no costor
Is now seeking members who desire As the visitors stepped from their Observing the is obligation. Secured investments from $1,000 to
presentation
to Improve their speaking abilities. Antisubmarine patrol plane,
Argus 50000. We are a national company and we can
President Jim Phillips, Comp- also the followIng CWO Margolis, NAS Transportation -
they were greeted by place you locally or anywhere in the U.S. Writeor
troller Department states that area beauties: Carolyn Engineer. (Navy Photo by call Products With Research. 512 Fla. Nat'l
members participate In a planned DeLoach, current Miss Jacksonvilleand Harold Benson, AA) Bank Bldg. EL 35976.
Educational Program by speaking at Miss Navy Wings of Gold
each'meeting. Self Improvement by Barbara Frie, current Miss Jack-
practice Is the primary objective of sonville Jaycee. Patty Watts
the Club. Florida Azalea Queen Gail Masters, EXCLUSIVE AT McCLELLAN'SFULL
Meetings are held weekly on Wednesday contestant In the Miss Jacksonvillecontest
evening 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. and Nina Chattin, runner-
For additional details call B. R. up In the Jaycee contest. The girls
Dixon, ext. 556 or W.J.Hage- were present through the courtesyof LIFETIMEWARRANTY
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regular night,time. Seventy of the Adi should be: mailed to the:JAX AI ;=NEWS 4724 Clydt t t'e.
enlisted are assigned as instruc-
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carpenter shop another Marineis
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assigned to the art shop In tithe ad must be rccc.ivcdnTH: : th4ppy: for the: ad I

production of training aids. DONOTSEXIjfckSH.RATE = ...:..

The Schools are operated under : Minimum charge ((3 lines) . 51 00
the command of the Naval Air Per additional line ((4 words per line.3S) :
Technical Training Center. The
I
I.
Aviation Electricians Ordnance
HEADQUARTERS-Familiar figures throughout the detachment are
Schools have 50 Marine Instructors Park 40 X 70 Furn. Apt. -Downtown Riverside
Capt. William L. Shearer, Adjustant and Sgt. Major L, W. Palmer. Knights Trailer
plus another 20
assignedto for Rent. Ph. 264-2119. area. 557 Oak St. Apt #2 & 3. 1
administrative billets. The captain is one of two regular infantry officers assigned to the Spaces or 2 Br. Comp. redec.,Adults only

The Marine Mechanical Funda- unit and Palmer is the Senior enlisted man. The detachment headquarters $12.50 per wk. or $50. per mo.

mentals School is strictly for is located in Bldg. 572. (Official Marine Photo) plus utll. Call for appt. to see after
Marines assigned to the six month For Sale 1951 Cadillac 1800. EV 89886.
reserve program. The other able occupational specialty for on to bring out their true ability. exc. condition, $125.00. Call 781-
schools have only a small per- the job training in their home Some of the students have civilian 3412 or ext. 505 NAS. SINpER AUTOMATIC

centage of Marines and Instructorsto town Marine Corps Reserve unit. education or background aptly Sewing machine does decorati e

each class. Screening, counseling and test- adapted to Marine aviation. Over stitching, makes buttonholes, sews
The Mechanical Fundamentalscourse ing play a very important role in 90 percent of the students have Furn. Apt. Lake Shoresmall, on buttons etc. No attachments
is the largest in numberof the MFC school. Two veteran Aviation some college with one fourth hold- clean, utilities furn. $50. necessary. Has balance of $63.00or

graduates, being the only one of NCOs counsel each studentto ing degrees in everything from EV 9-4275 pay off at $8.00 per month.Call
Its kind In the Marine Corps. The ascertain his previous schooling, physics to law to engineering. 353-1946. Will deliver, no obli-
course Is designed to screen six occupations, training and back- The school with a staff of 18 3 BR. Brick -cor. lotnear NAS.
months reservists for possible ground. They use their various instructors is set up on an eight Low equity or FHA refinance. P ri v. gations.

future assignment to a technical classification scores plus special week schedule but many of the back\ yd. 384-1032 1963 TRIUMP SPITFIRE

school or to place them in a suit- testing in radio, and electronicsTnPtomw .. students never spend eight weeks Red Sport Roadster' like new -
J here. After screening, and testing, 9 X 12 drk. Brown Cotton Rug. Exc. Must Sacrifice Cdrj 1; G. Center,
many are transferred after only cond. Thick heavy pile $10. NAS Jax. ext. 304 .
four weeks. The only ones who Ph. SP 1-6760 after 5p.m.
1
actually complete eight weeks are 1960 AUSTIN HEALY 300
: ? the ones who are not qualified to 2 B.R. House, kitchen furnished, Roadster $1095 Cash. White-
5943 Roosevelt, Bltd. Phone 7-4944 attend a technical school near NAS & Cecil Field. $60. per Red Interior, Radio/heater. Elec-

Only One Mile From NAS Main Gate appropriate to their ability. mo. SP 11677. tric overdrive, Safety belts. See to
These Marines are Assigned appreciate PH. 771-5502 After
24 DAY
t OPEN HOURS A t basic aviation military occupation House for Sale 5145 SunderlandRd. 5:30PM,

STEAKS *ROAST specialty number and returned to 2 B.R. Brick, sep. Dr., eat
their hometown reserve unit for In kitchen. $63.50 Mo. Conv. NAS HOMESP
CHOPS .* SEAFOOD on the job training. Some attend & Cecil Field. Owner 3880287. PHONE
All Kinds Of Tasty Sandwiches six weeks or longer schools at 1-3770 SP 1.0250

"Serving Food as Good as the Best For 33 J Memphis. Others extend their Cute 6 wk old puppiesDachshundand WE WIRE FLOWERS.
: active duty tour to attend such ? $5. NAS EV9-7711 ext. 392.
schools as electronics repairmanat WP.AOOMPlt

San Diego, parachute risers Furnpt.. either 2 or 3 BR kitchen [ -
school at Lake Hurst, N. J. or elec equipped. Mrs. Sol, F t
navigation schools.All 2230 Riverside Ave. EV 87476For
f BUY YOUR 103rd ST. S. WESCONNETT BLVD.
-- MFC students arrive directly -
from completion of boot campat Sale 20 In. Reversible win- FLOWERSFOR

1VOLKSWAGENS San Diego, or "Harris Island. dow fan. Can be seen at 5863 Roose- EVERY OCCASIONFREE
j : They are given an indoctrinationon velt Blvd. or Phone 3887202.For .
the organization and mission of DELIVERY
at Marine Aviation. All students In Sale 3BR, AIR COND., 2 bath JEWELL J. SMITH

all scnools receive refresher & many extras. House pay. 97.50
courses In mathematics and low equity. 8171 Joffe Dr. Norm-
SPRING MOTORSCOMPLETE NAVAL TAILORS FOR
physics.The andy Vullage. Ph. 7813175 eve.
students in MFC School enlisted THREE GENERATIONSUNIFORMS
SERVICE AND PARTS through one of the many BLACK CREEK -MIDDLEBURC
FOR VOLKSWAGEN AUTOMOBILES Marine Air Reserve Training units 2 bedroom CB home with boat

; E-Z Financing ArrangedGREEN and applied for six months acthe landing on beautiful wooded 100'X
duty. Some enlist In the Regular 200' lot for only $9500.00.
COVE SPRINGS 284.9209 Marine Corps after school here $1000.00 down$100.. per mo.
I
but most return to their home town Call James Hackney, 2649486. '
,!fI1 Marine Reserve units and attend
\I drill on weekends. FRANK W. BROWNSSCCIATES I

Aviation electricians School 264950.13RC'KERS 2649756. rr. "1
: '" ", ,->t t ft., 1jr/ I
BLACK ANGUS graduates the next largest numberof J'" < < Nf;
Marines each year. The 22 FCR S.?,1.E ; > L 1

week course graduated' over 300 WESTWOCD-3 bm-sgl bath, scrn .' a. ... .
Meat Marines last year. This school porch, $68 pymts, near Jax, Cecil. k '
Company has 34 Marine Instructors including Ph. 8152 days.> 771-0530 eves. !P :
,1 /I'al.. some assigned to the advanced No equity s1 .\ Ri'ul I Olf( -asillotft'd1t'H( Market
or a '/1'1"r' "B" course, nine administrative -

4029 Blanding Blvd. CEDAR HILLS 771-7362 personnel and the *:
liason unit Is headed by long time "What tin \oll !'ug: iM 1 I.ii' I 1\: .' J ,.
bald ','"
NOW FEATURINGFRESH aviation electricians, Warrant Cf- pate
"You NO
could( !hrmk your head DEPOSIT
SEAFOOD Homer ficer Eugene Barton.Wheeler and G\Sgt to lit your icinaimnu: hair" L 6 Months to PAY

The majority of Marines .1 1 HOUR DRY CLEANING
arriving here for Electricians or retrainees being older with more 'PRESSINGS FAST LAUNDRY
RED SNAPPER Ordnance AU Schools have been military training and a greater ALTERATIONS ALL KINDS
desire :to learr.. The Electricians
in the Marine Corps less than six School had 26 TAILOR-MADE BLUES $35 oomflRLOUJ
Marine honor men
months.
They complete boot
camp.
(number one scholastically) last
attend
a screening course at
STEAKS Ib.79 Memphis where their qualifications year with a good percentage of
them
for the school are ascertainedand being men on retraining-
assignments.
then sent home.
Some Lance Corporals and Corporals Upon: completion of school, the UJHIK

.. CHOICE SIDES lb. 51 attend assignments.the schools"These on retaining re-- where Marine as an aviation he is will sent electricu-be to assigred an avid on dut urr es [. uF:

trainees aviation -
:re on top schol !'Stical\. !
most of fheime.," states, Scf.t orcn.ncenun.. NEXT TO NAS JAX
PRICES INCLUDE CUTTING, WRAPPING FREEZING Barker". He rrhute'his+! : *ehe Continued Next Week EV 8-3556



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CongressmanContinued 1 R rc Glenview Team Inspects NARTU II

(Continued From Page 1)) I
( From Page 1 11
1 be ready in the event of a national obtaining, from civilian sources, I
4 The emergency to augment regular candidates for Navy flight train- I
T'
scandal
of Bobby Baker fleet forces. ing and aviation officer programs.The I
using his influential position to I .. NARTU Jax trains some 1,500 CNARESTRA Staff Inspection I
r J+ profit through business dealings air reservists each month and team will leave Saturday :
Is front-page news today, but weshouldn't operates 40 aircraft of 8 different afternoon for NARTU Norfolk,Va., I
wring our hands that types. There are 29 officers and to conduct a similar inspection. I,
this is an
everday happening. 295 enlisted men to operate and I
Things field." are improving in this maintain these aircraft and train BRENDAN BEHAN Irish playwright -

the naval air reservists. : "AU publicity is good, ex-
Bennett, who introduced legislation NARTU Jax is also charge with o ept an obituary notice."
establishing the Code of Ethics ,
THEN TO NOW. Capt. J. R. for all government employees,has CITED Congressman Charles
Charles bill pending In Congress which Bennett is with Certificate
Compton, Congressman presented a MONEY IN 1 DAY
Bennett and Arnold Clark, Presi- would give the Code teeth, Including of Appreciation during the

dent of Ribault Quadri-centenial, legislation setting up a Chaplain's Meeting by Sr. NAS

ot Ft. Caroline historic park, dis- Commission on Ethics and estab- Chaplain, Cdr. R. W. Radcliffe. S25 to S600
lishing a Grievance Committee in U
cuss navigational instrumentsused the House to hear complaints on (Navy Photo)

during 16th Century at the individual cases. l Ifc has asked for FA W-ll ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE

fort The NAS CO is holding a early hearings before the Rules '
modern-day sextant. (Navy Committee on these bills. (Continued From Page 1 1)) Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us
how much want. Pick the cash at
Photo) At the conclusion of the Con- water safety training. His unselfish you up your
interest will be convenience. Same-day service.
gressman's message, Senior NAS long remembered
Chaplain, Commander R. W. Rad- by those whom he has
U.S President LYNDON JOHNSON cllf fe, presented to Bennett a Cer- served," it was stated. 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN
;: "I want to make a policy the Cdr.
tificate of Appreciation. During past year Vaughn
You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt.
in
I
statement. am unabashedly the has been responsible for
Following Chaplain's meet '
of $ 84.33 $ 5.00' $355.79 $21.00'
favor women.
ing, Captain James R. Compton, organizing each program and instructing 151.80 9.00 427.51 25.00
NAS CO, accompanied the Con- over 200 military depen-
dents from the 219.27 13.00 500.51. 29.00
his of Jacksonville area
during tour Fort
gressman
PARTSUAUTO Caroline where they compared the In the principles of water safety, 284.73 1 1l00 600.00 34.39'Above

ancient navigational equipmentused from basic instruction to techni- payments include interest.
during the 16th Century to that ques of senior life-saving and advanced -
of today's modern methods. Con- competitive swimming. His
gressman Bennett is a primary efforts have been widely recog- D 1IAL.rimu/
supporter of the four-century-old nized not only In military circles J,1IIfJfHJf
KNOW New World Colony. but within the local civilian com-
munity as well.
Military Custom's Origin 241 West Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735
5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359-2895

30 % 'Why a 21-Gun Salute/ ?' GET AMISSILE



SAVINGS Puzzled Americans AskNew AGE DEAL!I

York (AFPSSince the death salutes as tributes to Presidcn t

OR MORE of President Kennedy, the nation's Kennedy.
libraries and museums report a .
flurry of questions concerning the ORCHID NEW CARS

ARE YOURS military customs Americans saw e Lowest Prices
exercised in the President's funeral.
SHOW Highest Trade-in Allowance
One of the questions most often
VISIT Easy Terms The Nicest Treatment in Town
salute?
asked: "Why the 21-gun
Sat., April 11th 2 to 10 P.M.
J
Like many other American Mili- Sun., April 12th Ito! 7 P.M. I
tary customs, officials of the United USED CARS
AUTOWORLD States Military Academy library explain GARDEN CENTER

we borrowed this one from the OFJACKSONVILLE Iii Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots

British. ; 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Kings Ave.

The regulation "Salutes to be returned Full One-Year Guaranteed Warranty

gun for gun," was adopted by 1005 RIVERSIDE AVE. I On Every Car Sold
TODAY the Unites States on Aug. 18, 1875. 1
The British salute thenwas 21guns. ORCHID CORSAGES SHOP IN THE SHADOW OF THE 50-FOOT MISSILE
6075 ROOSEVELT BLVD. the number 21?
then
But why
1/2 mile north NAS British ships fired AND PLANTS I
war
Originally
388-3516 salutes of seven guns. GIVEN AS @J GORDON THOMPSON
J A.M. to 6 P.M. DAILY DOOR PRIZES i
The "sacred number" seven was
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Astrological significance is foundin
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the number guns MOST
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salute was HII tnl I I
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same number used by TIRE 800x15 TVII "'I I I 30.65

SALES f JAX.SERVICE ON. one Now to the honor highest a chief gun of salute state..suchas -the I BUILDERS No Down Payment-Up To 12 Months To Pay

TELEVISION the one fired by the Armed y FREE MOUNTING-Open til) 1PM: on Saturdays
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ORGAN recognizing the "gun for gun"custom SAN JUAN AT ROOSEVELT BLVD.-ph. EV46423IL
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Champ Plays ; JAX> AIR

For Mad FoxesLieutenant ;,'.SPORTS r 'S r

NEWS _
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,W.C. Scarbrough, 1961 .:,;'r: :XI:::." ,. ," Ti

All-Navy Golf Champion, playedfor
the VP-5 "Mad Foxes" golf
first attempt in 1948, placed 14th. NATTC Sports \ r dd ""R S R
team In the NAS Jacksonville In addition to his Individual competition -

Intramural Golf Tournament In he has played on six of RoundupA .Q
their first game played on the Navy teams entered in the k
I
March 30. Inter-Service Golf Tournament,
including the Navy's Championshipteam sharp AE-A School team
In the eight years he entered in 1963. carried. off(top honors InNATTC's a
the All-Navy competition he placed The: ,"'Mad'Fox" golf team captained Intramural basketball league as
1st in 1961, second place in 1956,, by Chief W. S. Cagle also they beat all competition for a
tfirid place two times, fifth place boasts the squadron's Commanding perfect 10-0 record. "

.. twice..., seventh in 1958 and In hIS Officer Commander Jack A. Pate. They were followed by AE-B
. school, at 8-2 and the MFC Marinesat
------ 6ND BOXING CHAMPIONS--L( (to R) Heavyweight Mike Melancon,
Let Mrs. Anderson Prepare A Delicious Dinner In Her Own Kitchen I,'or You. 73. The AE Marines were
fourth at 7-4. followed by Sup- Memphis Navy; 178-lb. champ AndyNewbill, Sanford Navy; 165-lb.

Anderson*..Kitchen ,. port Services, 7-5 MAD Support, champ Jerome Flowers, lax Navy; 156-lb. champ Bob Pearo,
., 6-6, AO-B School, 5-6, AO-A Memphis Navy; 147-lb. champ Joe Cannon, lax Navy; 139-lb.
TAKE-OUT ORDERS ONLY School, (Phase 1)), 3-7, AE-A champ Ray Malphurs, Memphis Navy; and the 132-lb. champ
Marines, (Third Section), 2-8, Nat Payton, lax Navy. (Navy Photo by Harold Benson, AA)
Specializing In I INDIVIDUAL AO-A Marines, 1-9, and AO-A
EV 8-7205
CIIICKEN OK OR School, (Phase 110, 0-10)).
SHRIMP DINNERS FAMILY! SIZE Softball season is here, with Jax Navy Places Three BoxersOn
the first ball being thrown out
< r April 6.' To date, nine teams are
entered t in the league. Many of the Sixth Naval District TeamThe
players who will see a lot of ,
action were not at the Naval Air
5857 Roosevelt B/v U.S. 1 17 Souhr ,, ., t"' (Closed On Monday) season. District squad in the recent matches held In the NAS gym, April

The Spring Session of NATTC 34.The
intramural golf started last week three Jax Navy championsare Melancan In the heavy weight di-
with a three-way tie for first, Nat Payton in the 132 lb. vision.
< j a two-way tie for fourth and a division; Joe Cannon in the 147 The lone representative from
d
three-way tie for last in the eight- Ib. division; and Jerome Flowersin the Sanford Navy team was Andy
the 165 Ib. division.
team league. Newbill who was the 178 Ib.
Always on callHFC's MAD (R), AO, and SS3# all won The Memphis Navy team also division champion.
their matches for 1-0 records. placed three men on the champion- These seven fighters will represent -
SS2 and AEB( ) Split for 1/2-1/2 ship squad. They are Ray Malphursin the 6ND In the South Atlantic i
records, and SS1/# AEGandMADW ( ) the 139 Ib. division; Bob Pearoin Regional Boxing Tournament that ;
( ) lost for 0-1 records the 156 lb. division; and Mike started yesterday In Corpus ;

I, Christi, Texas. i
In the 132-lb. division. Payton
PROSPECTOR'SUSPECT
declsloned Robbie Robinson of
? Cecil Field; 139-lb. division Mal- 1

FoR phurs, scored a TKO over Pete
SQID Do want to "sell"
:
you your property
SAIE, Montes Jax Navy, In 1:49 of the i
do want to conduct
or you
2nd round; 147-lb. division Can- I
guided tours through your home?
non scored a TKO over Ray !
JAMES E. MEAD, INC If It's the latter, you handle It1! Clark, Memphis Navy, In 1:35 !
REALTOR But If you really want It sold of the 3rd round; 156-lb. division, \

WALTER J.SCHUB quickly, quietly, and with the Flowers scored a TKO over Don

- U.S.N. (RET.) theleast amountof inconvenience Shank, Memphis Navy, In 2:52
consult use would appreciateACL of the 1st round; 178-lb. division
BLDG. 355-5474 the opportunity to talk this over Newbtll scored a knock out over Jim(
RES. 721-0851 with you. Shepherd, Cecil Field In 1:10 on
-- --- I the 1st round; and In the heavy
weight division Melaneon scoreda
TKO over Fred Delong, Jax
Navy, 1:10: 3rd round.



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Navy judo Team




lo f articipatempa Y V JUDO ti; !LJ 'ry 0 f l.Nlbjsl0



In r MeetThe

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Jax vy Judo Team will be taking part in one of the best Judo THE BANK OFORANGE
tournaments of the year this week-end in Tampa Florida 4
This is the Florida Olympic De- -
PARK
velopment tournament.The winnersof which will be used to send the Win-
this week-end's match will be ners to the Olympics, can contact
going to the National Tournament J.L. Baird, Secretary and Treasurer -
coming up in May or June. The Nationals Ext. 8265, --s-.....
are the last step In the pro- The Jax Y7 F ;- COMPLETE
Judo
Navy Club will be L """ "
cess of being picked for the 1964 host for the month's city tournament M CONFIDENTIAL

Summer Olympic Games to be at the NAS Gym, Bldg. 3, on Satur- COURTEOUS A"SERVICE
played in Tokyo. day, April 25. Starting time will be TAKE IT EASY-Clyde Harp is in
Members of the Jax Navy Judo between 12 noon and fcOOp.m. with the process of' throwing Mike BANKING
Team who will be taking part in the the juniors first,ages 6-16,followed Driscoll at one of the recent Judo
Tampa Tournament are: 150-lb. division by the men's competition. practices held at the Judo Clubin
and underCharles Lipseyand Anyone interested In learning the Bldg. 726. (Navy Photo by
Mike Driscoll; 165-lb.divlsionClyde sport of Judo is welcome to attend Harold Benson, AA)
Harp"andJohnMcCarron} ; one of the meetings. The schedule HIGHWAY, 17
lb. division--Rodney Fowler and Is Monday and Wednesday nights
Clyde Harp; and in the 195-lb. div- from 6:30: 8:00 p.m. for men age ORANGE PARK FLORIDA Member
ision, Julian Baird and Pat Sullivan. 17 years and up; Junior boys every STOPAT F.D.I.C.
The Men's competition will be on Saturday morning from 10:00 a.m.-
Sunday, April 12, starting at 12 12 noon for boys 6-16 years, followed -
noon and will last untll approximately by the girl's and women's THE SIGN OFQUALITY
6:00: p.m Anyone Interested in class, 6 years and up from 12 noon
donating $1.00 for tickets, money to 1:30 p.m. All Military Personneland O VANDERBILT I TIRES
their dependents are welcome at \
Navy SkeetmenCop any time to take part or to watch as

spectators. 3 AUTO CENTERS TO SERVE YOU

Honors In Lady Linksters


Tall Pines Meet'' Participate In NOMONEYDOWNAS

The Jax Navy Skeet Team jour- LOW AS $| I7 PER WEEK
neyed into the "Lions Den" this past Georgia MatchThe ["C't Ot, [ '
weekend when they invaded Fort ; llr I tr..J,' 4
Benning, Georgia, to compete in the Naval Air Station Ladies Golf 1 1 1st QUALITY NYLON 24 MONTH UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE
Second Tall Pines Open Skeet Cham- Association canceled their regular ,. srI( 1 I''for 'fur list'
pionships.The Thursday's play and traveled to 1 r It 983 ((4li15) 113 11.61 35.32
competition was comprised of to in the, ; ITOilS 113 IKS 35.32
Waycross Georgia play ENJOY FAMILY FUN 4 O66 milS 1113 2266 4332
shooters from the Army's advanced Seventh Annual Invitational Tournament 2 for J.O 7 rows 13" 21.61 S1"
Marksmanship Unit, crack Marine at the Okefenokee Golf Club.A 150 14 12.33 23((8 4532
IOGit4 1413 21(6( 55.32
shooters and top civilian shooters very good time was enjoyed by PUTTPUTTGOLF 4 for 3532 ISOiU 1113 32.CS 13.32
from the southeast. all as four out of the five ladies in (Nil 3 1113 20(6( 3132
i15-'70il5-&OOiU |150113| l3| 22(6( 4332
When the smoke had cleared Jax the group came home with beautiful Tuimrn NYLON UCKWAU AODIMON u*TII.ELIiTIRU
Navy's Ken Pendergras had capturedthe silver trophies. COURSES All Tire t Plus Tax.&,Exthong.-No $3.00 Add-On If Old Tire Net Cappobt'
410 gauge championship with an Trophy winners were: Mrs. G. F.
outstanding score of 97 X 100, the Ruscetta, runnerup in the 3rd flight;
4825 Blanding Blvd. FRONT BIDSPECIALl 1 ROTATION
28 gauge AA championship, tied for Mrs. R. P. Knock, winner of the 4th
the AA 20 and 12 gauge champion- flight; Mrs. J.J. Sologovitch, run- Phone 771-2803 :/ "' ..J...'." '58"3, FREE TUIE MOUNTING.,RE AIR I
ships and swept ahead of his closest nerup in the 6th flight; and Mrs. D. PARTIES ARRANGED d.
competitor, MSgt. Hank Shaw of the I Cram, consellation winner of the 6th j 14V
OPEN: 9 am 12 mid. Weekdays
CIDAI HILLS
Advanced Unit, Fort MAIM STRUT SOUTNSIDI350411..4Mi
Marksmanship flight. 1144'1111..W..y
A of the NAS 1 pm 12 mid. Sundays I 171b MAIN Benning, Georgia, by five targets to traveling companion I
capture the skeet shooters highest linksters, Mrs. V. J, Bartin of Cecil II.4 ,05't a.ticIU. I -A IM PMtlM"O ffM. run
"America's fun "SANDY"'IOSSO, 0.-M..W.d. 1.1.
award, the High-Over-All Champ- Field, who took the.runnerup, posi-. Sport" M.,. TN9PMHNII CRIII........ ...Wt ...Will*y'lI'Mr.P.M.CAUtOLL .
ionship. tion in the 4th night.! ;
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Jax'
Navy's Ed Miller broke his '
first 100 straight\ targets to tie for ARE YOU TH IS MAN?
the 12 gauge championship and in the SALARY TO $600
ensuing shoot-off he finished secondfor PL.US COMMISSIONS
the runner-up spot.Doc Parsons UNUSUAL
$15,000 NOT
the from Jax Navy tied for the A class in Completing your tour of duty UP TO
20 gauge championship. and planning to live in the
The Jax Navy Skeet Team's next greater Jax area? Check these
shoot will be held in conjunction with .
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3 Keglers Post 600 Games 1M Bowling .



To Join The 600. Club Standings

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Three keglers joined the 600 Continental LeagueP1zzan's Intramural bowling standings as
ranks this past week. They were: of April 3: \\N
4, Avions 0
Richard IWlckes, with a 623, from American League
FICEUR #2-3 NAmu '1-1
the FICEUR ##12 squad Robert '
; Spoilers 3, Supply 1 Sky Warriors 27-5 A
Wilkins, with a 611, of the FICEUR :
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Protons 3, BB Stackers 1 Mad Foxes 28-8 ,
##3 squad; and Harry Folklns, witha 4.0
Chiefs
604, from the Cursors team. Paymasters #2-3. ComStore 5-1 27-9 ,
Paymasters #1-4, Spartans 0
Notional
The results of last week's League
CFJ "A" 3, Burgermasters 1
bowling action wereAmerican ; FICEUR #3 26-6 CONDITIONAT
National League
League VA-35 16-4
FICEUR #3-4, Play Boys 0 Air Frames 24-12
Warriors 4, Seabees 0
.. Sky Rejects 2, Lucky'T' 2
Griffins 2, Riggers 2 Continental League
Thunderheads 2, Pan Handlers 2
Baymen 2, Owl Hoots 2 Spoilers 22-10 S
Needlers 2, Cursors 2 NARTU ###2-3, Phantoms 1 Plzzan's 22-10
Cutters 3, Cannon Cockers 1 Air Frames 4, Electrons 0 Mix Masters 2111COLOR
Marlins 4, Doc's 0 AF 679th 4. Bombers 0
Chiefs 3, Crash Fire 1 -
Mad Foxes 4, Falcons 0



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