Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 16, 1964
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official I I expression or any
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. 6 Jacksonville; Florida APRIL 16, 1964

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Halterman t i afe11 1 Division Bus Driver _

FAETU's SailorOf k fw ti Sailor Of The Month

The MonthDuring > { and Divisions always have an outstanding person se1ected
the Serviceman of the Month, but Merritt J, Haff, EON3, V-l
grabbed off more than just one title. Besides being selected
last month's FAETULant month as thE; "Seebee of the 'Year" for NAS, Jax. he now has
I Ih
Detachment Two's personnel p a Station Serviceman. ____ __ _
Inspection, Richard H. Halter- was selected as the Ser- ....
man, TD1, was i$ i
congratulated as # of the Month for March km
the Sailor of the Month, whileC. his
exemplary conduct ,
John Scifo, SN, and RandolphG. l his outstanding appear- \
Smith, Jr. PN1, were awarded and his devotion to duty.
commendation letters for excep- iL&jL\AWARDEES-Commonder& $ \ keeping with the best tra-
tional performance.. ; of the Seabees, Haff has
Commander J. S. Walker Of- assisted in many
ficer In Charge of the Detach- and repair projects
ment congratulated Haltermanfor by V-l even though
his exemplary performance, FAETU J.S. Walker, Officer in projects limited his liberty
initiative, pride and enthusiasmIn FAETULANT Det Two congratulates (L to R) Richard and were not In the area
all duties assigned him as TDIC.JohnScifoSHand G. Smith responsibility. M.J. Haff, EON3
terman, Randolph ,
the unit's General Military (Navy Photo) division received three
Training Officer. appreciation from other HAS Receives
Award letters were also givento because of his tact-
Scifo, and Smith for their Marine LCpL Sweeney and cooperative approach to Thanks From
outstanding effort and per- concerning civilian em-
formance. Both Scifo and Smithare NATTC's Serviceman Of of NAS and he also in-
attached to the FAETU's l L the working relations be- Goodw
administration department. By GySgt Wes Ward the military and civilian
Jacksonville Navy received official -
Lance Corporal John M. Sweeney Jr. added another in the Transportation thanks last week from 100
50 Persons short Marine Corps career this past week when he was handicapped workers employedby
as Naval Air Technical Training Center's Serviceman of was selected as the Goodwill Industries who depend -
for March. of the Year" for his
SupplyDepartment on the annual Boy Scout
Sweeney was presented a letter of the Ordnance school.He ability, technical Good Turn drive for their
of commendation and a Savings was promoted to and outstanding devotion livelihood.Mrs. .
bond by Captain C. G. Strum, poral last January. duty, and received the title Geraldine Jordan administrative -
A group of 50 persons are Commanding Officer of NATTC. Each month the annual Seabee Ball secretary of Goodwill -
expected to visit the NAS Sup- According to the letter from Capt. submitted from units of here in March. Industries -- who also is a
Strum, he was selected for "his 7)V ...
ply Department this afternoon, including the Marine handicapped person--presented
touring the facilities warehouse enthusiasm, attention to duty, to a board who selects Soldier' the organization's "Award of
storage areas. motivation and desire to accom- for the honor of Recognition" last Thursday to
They are members of the Pulp plish assignments In the most serviceman of the month. Rear Admiral Robert Gold-
and Paper Storekeeper Associ- efficient and effective manner to Rest thwaite, ComFalrJax, who accepted
ation, comprised of civilian possible. His i appearance, mill- for the Navy.
storekeepers from various ary manner" and bearing are ex- Norfolk Va. RAdm. Goldthwaite was gen-
industries throughout the south- emplary. eral chairman of this year's
eastern United States. Sweeney, a native of Louis- After drive which ended Feb. 15, and
Following a meeting at 2 p. m. ville, Ky. entered the Marine J Washtington a week of( honors) the body which saw some 80 to 85 Navy
with Captain J. D. Sullivan, Sup- Corps in August 1962. He was 4 General of the Army Douglas men from Jacksonville Installa-
ply Officer, the group will be selected as'the honor man in his rdmr was entombed Satur- tions pitching in to help Boy
guided on the tour by CommanderD. platoon during basic training,was Scouts collect and stone: over
in the MacArthur
April 11
E. Parrish and Lieutenant his platoon's l high shooter on the In Norfolk, Va. 22,000 bags of clothing and articles -
Commander C. W. Smith. rifle range and won the American release from the Walter for: the employment of handicapped -
The visitors'! primary Interest Spirit of Honor Medal and a people at Goodwill In-
Medical here
Army Center ,
set of dress blue uniforms.He .
isjtudyingthe methods of material the General died dustries.
and of completed the 18 weekA vla- about
handling storage aviation the driven These bags will furnish
5, body was to
parts and the operation of the tion Ordnance school here last fall I 70.000 man-hours of employment
Serv Mart located in Bldg. 60. and was the number five man in / York City.motorcade K Goodwin an Poo. it ...
The Serv Mart consists of low his class scholastically. Becauseof LCpl. J.M. Sweeney 12-car hearse that, including carried
cost office and cleaning materials his enthusiasm, attention to
General's body, moved
duty and personal ,he
which be
can procurred throughSee Delaware and
NAS Receives
was retained here on the staff
( Supply on Page 7)) Jersey into the nation's

I NAS To Host Reserve Law Officers I Letter OfAppreciation Jean city. The and their General's son, 9}

The Naval Air Station Jackson- will address the law officers on rode in the cortege.
ville will be the host for 150 Reserve Monday at 10:00 a.m. in the New York the body rested '
Law Officers during the Hospital Theater. In the Chapel of the r
1964 East Coast Law Seminar The law officers, coming from "We, In education, Chaplains, at the Universal
beginning Monday. The officers the Navy, Marine Corps, and the so very much your Chapel, In a half-open-
will arrive Sunday, April 19, and Coast Guard will be performingthe cooperation and the way In Government-Issue steel cof 4
will depart the first of May. annual two weeks active duty "The Navy" benefits The General was dressed in
These officers will be repre- here at NAS. munity In so many worsted uniform, de-
senting the 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th,6th RAdm. Hearn will arrive hereat This comment was of medals and ribbons. Only
8th, and 9th Naval Districts. NAS Sunday night and will depart a recent letter received tiny circlets of five stars
The Law Seminar will be sponsored for Washington Friday.Alsoon NAS Jax commanding on the shoulders of the I
by the Judge Advocate Gen- hand with the Judge Advocate, from Mrs. Anne Belote, c.
eral, Rear Admiral Wilfred A. will be three instructors from cipal of San Jose the General's body "THANKS, ADMIRAL, FROM
Hearn. Thiswillbetheadmiral'sfirst the Military Justice School.On 83, In Jacksonville, moved from the funeral HANDICAPPED WORKERS."
public appearance since assuming April 21 the lawyers will command for taking her to the Seventh RegimentSee Mrs. Jordan Presents Awardto

the JAG post ;April L He (Continued on Pane 2)) (See Letters on Page ) ( Mac Arthur on Page 7)) RADM Goldthwaite.

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Chaplain s Message
... Protestant Services at the All

Saints' Chapel
8:00 a.m. Service of ably Com- A bleary-eyed man rubbed his head and" mumbled, "My head
munion aches dreadfully; I was very drunk last night.
9:30 a.m. Service of Divine Wor- Another person answered, "Drunk, Sir? Do you get drunk"
ship "Yes", said he, "and so does everyone at times. I suppose you

t'oc PRIVATE 9:30 a.m. Sunday School for ages ,do too occasionally". '
;3 through 16, Bldg. 722 "No, Sir," replied the stranger, "I do not, and among my reasonsIs
: ikr IfcOOa.m. Service Divine Wor this one: I never find, being sober that I have too much sense,
; ship and 1 hate to lose what little I have."
) 'b 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship Drunkeness Is against the fifth Commandment (Thou shalt not

WEDNESDAY kill). A person by being drunk habitually Injuries his health and
4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Re- thus hastens death. Over Indulging Is tantamount to shorteningone's

.. -, hearsal life.
...KEEPSTHE FLAME OF ''':;t.'' L 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Re- The curse of the bottle also deprives a man of his reasoning powers.
: hearsal The drunkard will do that which he would never do in a sober state

LIBERTY BURNING BRIGHTLY 12:00p.m. Holy Communion,Alsoon of mind. Decency, manners, courtesy, morals are, dlsregardedlf
all Holy Days completely thrown overboard when the alcoholic fumes begin to

Catholic Services at St. Edward's becloud the brain cells.
Chapel, NATTC and Naval Has- It's always a sorry sight to see any person drunk. It Is heart.
pita. breaking to see our young servicemen tipping the elbow prematurely.
SUNDAY MASS It is not "being a man" as some would like to think or have others
of Private
Right OwnershipIs 6:30: a.m. U. S. Naval Hospital believe. Man Is farthest from being a man when he chooses to abondon
St. which him from animals namely reason.
9:00: a.m.&f 11:00 a.m. that sets apart
Edward's Chapel The laws of this state try to help our young men to stay as such
Basic Pillar of AmericaThe DAILY MASS Steering clear of a drinking bar will Insure avoiding the legal bar
IV30\ a.m. St. Edward's Chapel and the Captain's Mast. The state law merely upholds God's law.

ownership of property Is as old as man's acquisitive instinct.It MONDAY & TUESDAY

also Is as old as his instincts for freedom and survival. 4:15 p.m. King Hall, NATTC System. SavesExcept.
Ancient man who could claim a stone ax as him own had a tool y
with which he could fend for himself provide for himself and his FRIDAY12Oi Naval Hospital
family. p.m.SATURDAY U. S. For News Air

Deprived of his possession he became a prey of nature; a dependent ,
- upon others for his protection and his sustenance.
Man has come a long way since the Stone Age. But the principleof News Is SelfsupportedWith
7:00: p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before -
private ownership of property Is still true In it basic applications.The Masses
right to own private property Is a fundemental pillar supportingthe
American way of life. It Is so recognized in the Constitution.In Catechism Classes: Grade School this Issue of the Jax Air News, we are entering the 13th
the fifth Amendment of the Bill of Rights--the first Ten Amend- SATURDAY month of publication under the civilian enterprise system. So far
ments to the Constitution find the provision that no person shall 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities the transition appears to have been well tested with the results

be deprived of "life liberty, or property, without due process of building 722NURSERY being considerably favorable. n
law; or shall private property be taken for public use without just When the Holt Publishing Com- you see we have lost nothing.
compensation." The Naval Air Station Nursery pany was awarded the contract Instead, we have gained the opportunity -
This prohibition was addressed to the federal government. Laterin located in Building 560 on Child last year to print our newspaper, of having knowledge of
the 14th Amendment the protection of the Individual was extended: Street opens at 8:15 a.m. on Sun- the drainage of$26,000 from the what the community's merchants

".. nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or day morning. Parents attending'' Composite Recreation Fund (sup have to offer us through the
property without due process of law. ." Sunday Masses or Protestant ser- ported by both military and civi- advertisement of their goods and
It can be seen from the foregoing that the Founding Fathers vices may leave young children in lian sources) came to a halt. services.A .
evaluated property along with man's most precious possessionshis the nursery without charge This sizeable amount Is what it weekly publication such as
-- life and J his Uberty.Wlthoutpropenyorthe. cost Special Services annually to this does have Its drawbacks.
right to own it, a man Is virtually a slave. pay for the printing and a civi- Since it Is not In competitionwith
We see this today In slave states where the right to private owner- lian editor's salary. That cost city daily newspapers, It relies -
ship either Is nonexistent circumscribed authoritarian Traffic Is now assumed the Holt
.... or so by an Station by primarily, on telling the
regime as to be mere sham. Publishing Company. "local story", such as personnel
In America the right of private ownership is basic. ViolationsFollowing What some of our readers don't accomplishments, activities
This does not mean that every American has the right" to a realize Is that the advertising within departments or tenant
piece of land, a house, or a set of tools without working for them. which appears weekly, is actually commands and Items of enter
'There has been too much of this twisted thinking by those who paying for the printing cost of tainment.To .
would "share the wealth." is a report of motor the paper. Another unknown factto
The right of private ownership--like every right that is worth vehicle accidents and traffic vio- many is the fact that the meet this end, the Jax Air
anything--requlre's effort to earn It; devotion, even sacrifice, to lations for the period April 5 editorial content. news arti- News strives to present a varIety -
of these station-wide,
uphold and preserve it. through April 1L cles, feature stories, picturesand

This, too, Is another part of the American way of life. Number of AccidentsThis general information .. is made newsworthy aware of articles them, as it departmental is
still compiled, prepared and
week (period April 5-11) edited or command publi-

Navy Chow Costs More Catholic Mission . .... .. . . . .. 4 within by the military NAS Service personnel Information city agents, through Individual
Total accidents this year through Office. sources who give tips on poten-

Than Other Services A Catholic Mission will be April 11.... . .. . . 74 Under the system of better thana tial stories and by assignment
conducted Sunday April 19 Total accidents reporters.
through April the
year ago, Jax Air News
through Friday April 24, at St. ... . ... . 87 consisted of only six pages, all Keep In mind that this is YOUR
Edward's Chapel here at NAS Number of days since last of which makeit
Injury were editorial material. newspaper. And, in order to
Washington (AFPS--Who) eats In motor vehicle accident. .
Jax.The 11 Today this same paper is 12 the success YOU so desire,
better a U. S. sailor ashore or Mission will be conducted YOUR
pages. 50 percent advertisement the Jax Air I News calls upon
a soldier? each evening at 7 p. m., with Number of ViolationsThis 50 percent editorial. So support.
Recent statistics show the Navy the Reverend Father JoyceSpencer r -..,

paid $1.10 a day to feed sailorson C. P., presiding. week (April 5-11)) . 47 ...

shore duty in the United States, Law Officers Speeding. ... . . . 7 ,
while the Army paid 99 centsa Reckless Driving.- 1
day to feed its soldiers. (Continued From Page 1)) Going through Stop sign . 3 JAX AIR MTEWS I

The Air Force paid $L04 and board the USS Saratoga for a dayat Other Violations. . . 36
the Marines $lI0. sea to view carrier qualifica- Thirty-eight drivers appeared
Since all food fov enlisted men tions. Thursday April 23, they before the Traffic Hearing Board
comes from the same Defense will be the guest of the Jackson- at the meeting held on April The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper:
Supply Agency, the difference ville Bar Assn., for a luncheon.To 13, 1964. Disposition of the cases distributed each Thursday at the U. s. Naval Air Station,
might be In serving smaller Navy begin their second week of include the following: 11 lost Jacksonville]) Florida bj the Holt Polishing Company, aprh"ate
groups or in more expensive training the men will fly to Pat- driving and parking privileges a- firm AU Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
dishes. rick Air Force Base and tour board the station for various NEWS xt?? be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
Overseas the comparable costs Cape Kennedy, April 27. They periods; nine were assigned to Box 2, Ni\S Jacksonville]] by 12:00: noon on Monday before
were Navy $L 16, Army $L 14, will return to NAS that evening. complete an eight-hour course publication, News items are welcomed] from a" sources"
Air Force $L17 and Marines Drawing the Seminar to anend, in remedial driving nstructions; EV.9-7711, Ext. 8162.
113. the officers will listen to lectures nine were given suspended penal- Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
Secretary of Defense Robert from Capt. R. V. Van Wolkenten ties; 10 were given concerning such should be directed the Holt Publishing
warnings; Company, 472 ..
McNamara called attention to ComNavAIrLant Legal Officer, two were dismissed; and seven Telephone Ch'de Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida
the differences In renewing his Commander J. H. O'Donnell.Jr., were referred to commanding officers or 359-0271.
request to Congress for a uniform NAS Legal Officer, and Capt. RH. for possible disciplinary VOL. 22
ration law. Fagan O&R Officer. action. NO. 6 APRIL 16J964j



are now Included in family enroll-
Special National Awards Health Benefits ments.

4. employees enrolled In the

Given To Gov't Employees Law Liberalized program by December 31, 1964. Wo y
will be considered as having en- BUR
(This is the first ;" a series articles rolled at their first opportunity.This ..,
Employees' Incentive/ Awards covering The Government )- Health benefits coverage will will make them eligible to SuQ 5a ov w u.
Program and
of that program.) 10th Anniversary be less expensive for female Fed- continue their coverage after retirement 8 a auNVTo NANO 141M
eral employees with nondependent
The 1964 if they retire on an Immediate
year will be observed as a decade of progress toward {increasing husbands, under amend-
annuity with at least 12
efficiency and economy in Federal operations through the ments to the health benefits law of .
Government Employees' Incentive Awards Program Itwillbe capped by recently approved by President years servlceorCordlsab1l1ty.Employees who wish to enrollor
presentation of special national awards to a number of Federal em- Johnson.The .
ployees next November 30, 10th Anniversary theGovernment Employ- Civil Service Commissionhas change from "self only" to
ees' Incentive Awards "self and family" must execute
Act. opened enrollment In the Fed-
Standard Form 2809.
Honorary awards will be madeto Adjustmentof
Awards also will to selected eral Employees Health Benefits for female
at least 15 go withholdings em-
employees, .
and supervisors who have done a program to eligible employeesnot ployees with non-dependent
supervisors, 3
officials particularly effective job of encouraging now enrolled. In addition,em- bands and Inclusion of children
management at cere-
monies in and helping their employees ployees enrolled for selfonlywill between age 19 and 21 is automatic .. .
Washington, D.C. U.S.
be able
to make valuable contri- to change to self- .
Civil Service Commission will butions.In and-family but only in the same
select awardees from nomina- plan and same option. The limit-
tions submitted by agencies addition officials, managers the or program ed enrollment and change of enrollment -
operating SPECIAL
throughout the world. level who have made the most will be permitted I through /
National awards will be madeto
significiant contributions of the June 30, 1964. ,
employees who make the The changes which will have the -
year to cost reduction and productivity -
most notable Improvements in
will be selected for widest employee impact are as '.
Federal operations .
through suggestions honorary distinction.In follows: PERMANENT
or special achievementsuntil
announcing the observanceof 1. The Government contribution -
October L to the cost of enroll- .
decade of family
Award winners will be selec- the a awards program progress, ClvllSer-through ments of women employees with WAVES ,.: F'
ted for achievement In a rangeof nondependent husbands is increased .
vice Commission Chairman JohnW. I
categories such as cost reduction Macy Jr., said, "The special from $3.94 to $6.76 a 795RE6.l250VAlUEf( .....
increased productivity 10th Anniversary Awards will month, the amount now contribute -
methods Improvement, man-
serve to focus national attentionon for male employees with Monday', Tuesday' and Wednesday Only'
hour savings, and advancementof family enrollments. Takehomepay
the way in which alert and ingenious -
agency missions. Federal employees are for women affected by this With Mr. ERIC or MISS EMILY
Separate winners will be des- substantial provision will, therefore, be Increased -
making on-the-job
ignated from defense agencies contributions to economy and by $2.82 a month. UET BEAUTY SALONS J I
non-defense agencies with 5,000or greater efficiency in the Federal 2. The health benefits coverageof
more employees, and smaller Government." unmarried children Is contin-
agencies with less than 5,000 ued XNEARJAX NAS-384-1522X
President Johnson has pledgedthat until age 21 instead of age 19.
employees. the "Executive Branch will 3. Unmarried foster children

be administered with utmost

CAN YOUTAKE thrift and frugality; that the
Government will get a dollar's

YOUR CAR WITH YOU? value for a dollar spent; and
For Financing and Insurance that the Government will set

stateside and overseas, call an example of prudence and econ

DYER M. BURR, representing omy.
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES "To carry out this pledge, 1
intend accord Increased
.to rec-
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE ognition to those governmental
INSURANCE COMPANY units and Individuals that make

5613 Timuquana Road. notable advances inprovidlngef- .
PH. 771.0527 ficient service at lower cost,"

President Johnson said. SAN
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JOWC To Host Blue Jackets InnDoin's "0" Club MoviesMovies

Harry KincaidThe Thursday, April 16

Jacksonville Officers All officers enlisted,and civilians Hour 3:30: p. m. 6 p. m. will be shown regularlyat
Wives Club will sponsor Harry interested are urged to Thursday, April 16 Happy Dinner 6-9 p. m. 7 p. m. on Monday through
Kincaid as guest speaker at King attend in order to fully understand Saturday; at 2 p. m. and 7 p. m.
Hall April 23 at 7:30 p. m. Mr. what is necessary to better Carl Boyd and Rhythm. Friday, April 117 on Saturday; and Sunday, at the
Kincaid is head of the Bootstrap the schools In Duval County. 8p.m.12am.Friday Hour 3:30 p. m. 6 p. m. Mainside and NATTC Theatersand
Action Committee and will talk April 17 Happy at 7 p. m. only on Sundayat
6-9:30 m.
Dinner : p.
on the non-political present and Following the lecture there the Hospital Theater. These
and .Rhythm Kings Charlie 8-12 p. m.
future outlook for the Duval will be a question and answer Carl Boyd Jay times are subject to change.
County School System. period. 8p.m.-la.m. Saturday, April 18

I I Saturday, April 18 Hour 3:30 6 p. m.
Thursday, April 16
I Grand Prix 9 p. m. 1 a. m. Dinner 6-9 p. m.
THE BANK OF 19 Johnny Jelinek 8:30: p. m. Mainside FBI Code 98 Jack
Sunday, April Kelly Andrew Duggan
: 12:30 p. m.Sunday
ORANGE PARK Funtastlc"64" 8 p. m. 12 a.m. April 19 NATTC Who's Minding the
Store Lewis,
20 Jerry Jill St.
Monday, April
Buffet 6-9 p. m. John
of Beef Hospital Soldier In the
Dining and Dancing Prime Ribs Rain -
COMPLETE t Tuesday, April 21 Steamship Round Jackie Gleason Steve McQueen
CONFIDENTIAL with all the
Fried Chicken
Friday, April 17
COURTEOUS' Happy Hour 5-7 p. m. trimming
m Mainside Kiss of the
BANKING Wednesday, April 22 Monday, April I 20 Clifford Evans Jennifer Vampire-Daniel

SERVICE -- Game Night 8:00: p. m. Happy Hour 3:30: 6 p. m. NATTC : FBI Code 98 Jack
y Dinner 6-9 p. m.Tuesday Kelly Andrew Duggan
21 Hospital Who's Minding the
GOODWILLContinued April
Store Jerry Lewis, Jill St..
HIGHWAY 17 ( from page 1) Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6 p. m. John
for the 100 handicapped em- Foreign Dish Night 6-9 p. m.
ployees--enough to last about a Featuring Hungarin Dishes
year or until the next annual Saturday, April 18
F.D.I.C. drive tikes place. Wednesday, April 22
Malnstde Who's Been SleepingIn
Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6 p. m.
Bed Dean Martin,
APRIL 15th Family Night 6-9 p. m. My
Carol Burnett
All the fried chicken can eat.
I @j]!1 I11 THRU 25th !, you NATTC Clifford- Evans Kiss of, Jennifer the Vampire Dan

ZS ,ItJO CPO Club iel
Hospital FBI, Code 98 Jack
Kelly, Andrew Duggan
Thursday, April 16

iiV IItiV@ Advisory Group Sunday. April 19

Friday, April 17 Mainside September Storm -
JoAnn Dru, Mark Stevens
Mach Four with Jerry Gray NATTC Who's Been
Sotunlcy, April l18 in My Bed Dean Martin,

LAKE SHORE George Hughs Hospital Carol Burnett- Kiss of the Vampire -
Sunday, April 19 Clifford Evans Jennifer Dan-
Mach Four with Jerry Gray

Monday, April 20
FREE GIFTS Monday, April 20 ,
Pizza Night

Tuesday, April 21 Mainside Stagecoach to Dan-
-G.E. REFRIGERATOR' gerous Rock Warren Stevens,
Happy }Hour Jody Lawrence
G.1 TELEVISION SET Wednesday, April 22 NATTC September StormJo-
Ann Dru, Mark Stevens
s Western Night Hospital Who's Been SleepingIn
pR11\ 4 GOODYEAR TIRES My Bed Dean Martin
Carol Burnett

26" BOYS OR GIRLS BIKE >ARTS Tuesday, Apri 121

NATTC Stagecoach to Dan
HAVE TO BE PRESENT TO WIN. REGISTER NOW ( Jody gerous Lawrence Rock -Warren Stevens,

Hospital September Storm -

$ WHOLESALE PRICES TO ALL 30 % JoAnn Wednesday Dru, Mark, April Stevens I 22

'9 NAVAL AIR STATION PERSONNEL SAVINGS Mainstlde Foster, Billy- Old Hutchins Rex William

Wild Heritage Maureen

; DURING THIS SALE OR MORE NATTC, -Casey Secret Fibbs Passion Mon

togomery Cllft, Suzanna York

AS LOW AS :U5 WEEKLY ARE YOURS Hospital Jody gerous Lawrence.-Rock-Warren Stagecoach to Stevens Dan,


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Ask Us"This fa i 'A : For Adm. Tuttle, Retires

week, the Jax Air News, ft'II' >
Milton E. Broom, YNCS, of the Turtle, then the Commander of the
presents "If Ya' Ask Us" a .,. .. 1 i
Bureau of Naval Personnel Leadership
: Carrier Division Two.
column Involving anyone who Is .II
caught In the camara lens of our -. t r IP Field Team, Jax, retired Chief Broom, his wife Ann
15, after and four
If have .yesterday April com- Louise children Michael
Roving Reporter. you any :
questions that you would like to I" pletion of twenty years of ser- 12, Lawrence 11, Susan 10 and
vice in the United States Navy Ann Marie 3 will reside In MI ami
conversed them the
have bring to tJ cl J
Chief Broom was the former where they were former
Jax Air News office, Room 230, ,
Bldg. 1,0r'submit'' them by mail ..... 111 \ II .-- writer for Admiral Magruder H. _..residents.

to Jax Ai News, Box 2, USNAS 'ii
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QUESTION: What Do You Think t f "' 71 ---- "' Med Cruise ?
Of The New Navy Exchange? nflli lilll1n; rut --"" [ -

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I CHIEF BROOM and his wife Ann being piped to retirement.
(Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)).

i f Positions Open In Merit ProgramThere

'a A' are now two positions five years experience, two years
: xi rl
Y that are available through the general and three years special-
I j Department of the Navy's Merit ized experience. Closing date for

Chief C. C. Conner. Officers Promotion Program.The applicants will be April 23, 1964.
Records; "It's nice, 1 like It. first position,Management The second position availableIs
Technician GS-9 located You save on low factory Irice, avoid rentals, have
It's quite an Improvement. I don't in the general clerk,(general Typing)
have to walk everywhere to get Overhaul and Repair Department, GS-3, Located In the Industrial more leisure with Mercedes-Benz Overseas Delivery
what I want. Everything Is in has a starting salary of $7030 Relations Department. Starting
one building." running through$9100perannum. salary $3880 through $4900 per Plan. It can even pay a substantial portion of the
I Applicants must have a total of annum.
cost of your trip. Call today!
Closing date for applicants is
April 20, 1964.Personnel rT\
Clerk GS-3 announcement MERCEDES-BENZ SALES. lac.

No. 23-64 and Management 'CJ
r Technlcan GS-9 announcement EXPRESSWAY
No. 21-64, may be Vi Mile East of Mathews Bridge RA 8-8011
t reviewed for further information.
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Cdr. E. F. Hodge, Comptroller John C. Sargent, SA, Central
NAS: "Wonderful! Allhands, Office: "It's alright. I think it's A
dependents and retired person- nice to have every thing under one
nel should really appreciate It. roof. They still should have a J4WK 5A4
And no doubt, the Increased sales, better selection .of clothes and t
will also give Increased returnsto Items for men."
our Special Services activi-

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I know servicemen's prob- c
, '' + />;,; !ems. I can arrange to
v t. finance rated personnel withno
\ ) money down, on clean12months' GO '
guaranteed reconditioned -
used cars and
\<' ,. f.l.tA"
'. give you top dollar on tradein -
-" on new or used cars,
: (J > >. regardless If your car is paid
I ." ......: > .1. for or not. Call today

Mary Burdette, SN, Telephone G.I. JOEEX
Office "It's real nicell! I think
they should have built one a 8.9718
long time ago. I think they havea PLATT PONTIAC I
better selection of, oh, every-

thing. JAX FLA. -" r.
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HOURS MONDAY thru SA TURDA Y.9 am-6 p.m. renting money to Naval personnel. For high priority

service, telephone ahead for a personal (and top

OPEN SUNDAYS 9:00: till:30: P.M. secret) appointment. You'll be surprised how low your

monthly payments will be.Loans ..
[L...acid ir. It" Roosevelt Mall' Shot[,P'ru' (;':nt"ftn piosvlt! Hlvj] to S6DOSERBOHRD

Over 700 "cash canteens" from coast to coast. Wherever you're
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JAX AIR NEWS APRil 16, 1964

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Acey Duecy ClubThe f ') '' "'
Wives t ,
Navy \' \ ,_ .
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Thursday, April 16 t+ '- Mn
Wives Club of Jacksonville -
ttc Happy Hour 4:30 p.m. -6:30p. m. Navy#86 will hos ta member Ads should be mailed: to the JAX AIR =XEUS. 4724 Clyde Dri\'t;

Friday, April 17.. ship coffee for the enlisted wivesof Jacksonville 8, Florida to arrive not later than Tuesday: for pub!.
i Marc Castle 8:30 p. m. Patrol Squadron Sixteen. The cation. the: following Thursday. durr \\ngtoolate\ : for this deadline

12:30 a. m.Saturday. coffee Is to be served at the clubhouse : wilt be published: the following week: unless: the publisher

April 18' Bldg. 716, NAS Jax at 10: is instructed otherwise.: A check or money order: fur the full cost I
D The Redcoats 8:30 p. m. WITH the for the ad.
be copy
00 a.m. April 2LMrs. (/the ad must : :
12:30 a. m.Sunday. Zehner Vernon will act DO NOT SEXD CASH.

April 19 as official hostess and will be RATE: Minimum charge( lines) . Sl.OO
Game Night 5:30: p. m. -7:30p, m. assisted by Mrs. Helen: Weaver, Per additional line ((4 words per line). 35
The Chantels 8:30: p. m. Mrs. Gwen Thacher, Mrs.Mary-
11:30 m.Monday. .
p. anna Lee andMrs.SueBuckman.On I. ..J

1'J, UNDER GLAZE. April 20 April 22 at 12 noon there SINGER SLANT NEEDLE MUST! SELL: -OrangePark-2BR.

.V Lucile Bush of Luciles Cer- Happy Hour 4:30p.: m. -:30p. m. will be a going away luncheon at sewing machine like new, In per- porch, carport & patio on Ig. lot.

I antic Shop, Jacksonville, will Tuesday, April 21 the clubhouse In honor of Mrs. fect condition, does everything. 5 min to NAS. Total price $3950
l give a demonstration on paint. Game Night 7:30p.m.9:30p.: Zehner Vernon. Mrs.Vernon'shusband received' Original price over $250.00 Has Terms. CO 4-935L

,. velvet under glaze on cer 22 has recently balance $63.00 or responsibleparty
t ing Wednesday, April orders to Glynco Naval Air Station $8.
4r ;\ amics at the HAS Hobby Shop, her chair- can pick up payments FURN- APT.-Lake Shoresmall,
; Open Georgia. During will deliver -
I 353-1946
I '!" April 19 at 2 p.m. I manship on the committee of the monthly, call clean, Ig. yard, utll furn. $$50,
no obligations. EV 9-4275.
.. :. local club she has attained many A-1 Sewing Machine Exchange.FOR .
rT; achievements for the club. FOR SALE: 3 BR WDen.OrtegaHills.
;r Auto Liability Insurance Mrs. Carl Freel and Mrs. SALE: 63 Corvair Spyder, G.I. Loan. $66.50 Mo. Ph.
i: David Pendly will\ host. Revels EV 4-3979 5019 lbmecrest
DUVAL COUNTY RATES 4 Speed R&H, Clayton Cir
Y .4 Over 25 Married .$39.00 Over 25-Single. S43.00 Following the luncheon Mrs. Ph. 264-6555. .
2 -25 Married. . Russell Grelle a member of the
i. $ $55.00 21-25 Single. . $72.00 FOR 5614NordeDr.-owner
Under 21 Married. $67.00 Under 21 Single. .$115.00 club will give a cake decorating For Sale: 4859 Ortega Hills Dr. .transferred, leaving June 15.3 BR,

,. 6 MO. POLICY MONTHLY PAY PLANMcDOUGALL'5 demonstration. 3 Bedroom, large screen Florida paneled family room, air conditioned .

INSIJ flANCE porch, large shady fenced yard, 2 1/2 Baths, sep. dining
I ?_,_ SkywarriorsSend kitchen equipped If desired, 5 room, attached garage. Many
AGENCY minutes NAS :3871220. extras, lovely lawn & trees. Payments

6 Vice $104, low equity SP 11759.
Hear Main Gate NAS, JAX 1
54 Olds 4-dr. Super "S8" WSW
.'. 16463 Roosevelt Blvd Phone EV 8-7676 tires, almost new. R&H one own- AMAZING WATERFRONT VALUE
To Better
TestWhen er, well kept. $350. Evenings call Used brick colonial on beautiful
3882386. 100' X360' lot overlooking St.Johns
the O&R Flight Test Officer River 6 miles south of Orange Park
asked VAP-62 for an In- 3 Oak St. Clean& construction -
FURN. rm. Apt. Under occupancy
flight check of a newly overhauled mil. Will make
attractive. $50 plus within 30 days. Paved Street, zoned
Atanker, the photo squadron financial for MIL
special plans neighborhood. 2253 sq. ft. of
went five better. Led by Cple. Call after 1800. EV 89886. high quality. 3 bedrooms, 2baths,
25 to 600 CDR J. D. Stufflebeem, the built-in range, o\en, dishwasher,
squadron CO, a flight of six 3BR. home close to NAS-$50 down Schelrich cabinets, attached finished

ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE Skywarriors slid smartly Into"theslot" $50 Mo. Call Art Powell, U.S.N.- 2-car garage. Decoratedtosuit
behind the tanker and
one Ret with ColmeryWilkinson, purchaser. Only $25,900 with
Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us by one, all six plugged In and Realtors. 264-6144 or 353-3671] $4,300 down, including all mortgage -
how much you want. Pick up the cash at .you; called "Fill'er up." For safety 1 and closing costs. Monthly

convenience. Same-day service. reasons, the Tigers waited until "Skywarrior "Flying"Filling Stations payments $144.98. Call James
back on the ground to collect ."
Hackney 2649486.
their stamps. VAP-62 In futher demonstration
green ofVAP62's
missions often aerial
require versatility, the squadron -
264-9504 2549756WESTSIDE
You Get o. mte You et o. Pint.S refueling, and pilots are required then ferried the tanker air- BROKERS

... 84.33 $ 5.00' $355.19 $21.00' to maintain proficiency in refueling plane to NAS Whidbey Island,
151.80 9.00 427.51 25.00 from A-4 and KC-130 Wash., for delivery to Heavy Attack -
' 219.21 13.00 500.51. 29.00 ranker AS well as their sister __ Squadron SIx.HEY .
286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39

Above payments include interest.

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*L 16. 1964 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 7 T

Nat'l Week I
t Iw Library Encourages .

Pe America To Be InformedThe


cost of an informed, creative and healthy mind are what all men
desire but only a small majority strive to attain.

This year National Library
Week April 12 through 18 is set NAS Jax has three locationsfor
aside for this purpose to encourage the use of theservlceman.

America to be Informed, They are: Malnside Dldg. 3; ,, .L
create and attain a healthy mind NATTC library located in King ,
by reading. Hall and U. S. Naval Ibspltal :
Statistics show that more than Library in the Hospital Exchange.Each JLi 'tii70F'- ,
40,700 schools have no library provides a quiet relax- :
facilities and over 10,600,000 ing atmosphere and a numerous __
... ,, .._ _
young Americans attend these variety of reading material rang- nBI u,1. JOBBHRHraBHt L": S .c" \
schools. This fixes a problemfor ing from Anatomy to how to fix a RESIDENTS OF MOOSEHAVEN, I HOMESP
the ones that want to learn leaky faucet. There are also a in Orange Park, Flo., were entertained PHONE
and show a desire to learn are wide variety of record recordings recently by the friends 1.3770 SP 1-0250
lost because of the nonsupportgiven available for your listening plea and families of members of the WE WIRE FLOWERSW&cwEtt

sure. Navy Wives Club 086. In chargeof
National Library Week Incorp- Remember . ."Readingis the entertainment and refreshments .
orated is a non-profit organization the Key" to what ever you were Mrs. Kendall Kerns
sponsored by the National want to know. and Mrs. Conly Ownley. The Rot
.. ... '.. i -
Book Committee composed of
tAl: h :'" entertainment was performedby I03rd ST. S. WESCONNETT BLVD.
.. 6'.
: citizens desiring learning and a
.1-;.{., '-;" .... ...r.. '. some very s pecial dancers FLOWERSOR
-_ SupplyContinued
*" ..4'" willingness to support this organization and performance by
j, "' _- ;OOV'rrr ;- a surprise
"- W". ,;""l..i 4tlPf : J'' annually.and what ( From Page 1)) four young "Beatles". The : EVERY OCCASION
... .. .!9-t) > Reading learning children were the hit of the
you want is a prh Hedge In the self-service method, a sys- evening.' (Navy Photo by Harold JEWELL FREE DELIVERY J. SMITH
,"1'RIicIIU1RIIIRAIITY/ Thetrupkal which only a free nation indulge -
may which the will
tem : visiting group AA)
tu-llinf on (VrnniItahama While these advantages are be eyeing for possible adaptationinto Benson .
\nlnntt i* rnhaiiffit by Inreiyau- present now is the time to take their own plants. MacAruthur LettersContinued
rcn II""",,. tflut came In the Island them.
In welcome' priiifthnr and was (Continued From Page 1)) ( From Page 1))
I indent a lerlcome arrival /irr;*//. Armory where New Yorkers paid grade students on a guided tour
their final tributes. of the Station.

Norway Skiers Plan Wednesday a funeral cortege Accompanying her letter ol
including members of the cadet appreciation to Captain J. R.
To Cross North Pole '+ corps from West Point, accompanied Compton were a number of"per-
the body through New sonal notes" from the children
''I M.jc York streets to Pennsylvania themselves. In them were appre-
Washington (AFPS) A group tion. ciative phrases describing the
of 11 men plan to cross the North The funeral party then moved students' visit to meteorology,
Pole on skis. by train to Washington. Several the parachute loft, the chapels
military installations located a- the operations area, picnic
The group, with 100 dogs : long the route paid honors as the grounds and the Radar Air Traffic -
plans to cross from Canada to train passed. Control Center.Of .

Europe, traveling between 1,200 ___ Upon arrival at Union Station the latter said one young
and 1,500 miles. here, the funeral procession pro- lassie, "...The radar room was
SKYDIVING-Shielo Kavanaugh, RM2 the only female memberof ceeded to the Capitol where the so Interesting 1 didn't want to
Bjorn Staib, a former Norwegian the NAS Jax Parachute Club looks over the display whichwas General's body lay in state in leave but my only problem was t
army ski trooper, will head comprised especially for National Library Week The dis the Rotunda. I couldn't understand the

the group, sponsored by the U.S. play can be seen at NATTC's King Hall. (Navy Photo by Chris Thursday a procession moved machines."
Army, Navy, Air Force and the Cole SN ,
) the body from the Rotunda to
National Geographic Society. Washington National Airport for was moved St. Paul's Episcopal

LCdr Leman Given A the flight to Norfolk, where the Church In Norfolk for brief, final
hero of three wars lay In state religious services. The Generalwas
In the MacArthur Memorial. then entombed In the memorial '
NAVAL'TAILbRS FOR Safe On His Solo FlightSaturday Saturday morning the General bearing his name.

THREE GENERATIONS April 11, Lieutenant present Patrol Plane Comman-
Commander R. Leman was givena ders of VP-45 to receive his
"safe" for his solo fllgnt in solo check.
UNIFORMS the P3A "Orion", by VP-4S-s With LCdr. Lemons solo check of 8 IVANDERBILT TIRES
Commanding Officer, Comman- VP-45 nears completion
der J.D. Collins. transition from the P5M to

l LCdr. Lemon Is the last of the the P3A. 3 AUTO CENTERS TO SERVE YOUNOMONEYDOWN




1 lhr, 2hr C fir
., 1 for 983 ells IU 11 El 3332
CREDIT 111115 113 II.El 3SJ2IIJ
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[NO DEPOSIT FREIGHT SALVAGE REPOSSESSIONS 2 for 1866 76fllli 1313 2111 51.32mile
12J3 2311 4S32
6 Months to PAY IOGIe! 1413 21 El S132
MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING SET $19.95. 4 for 3532 150.14I00i13 1113 32.11 1332
4 1 HOUR DRY CLEANING 11.13 2111 3132
PRESSING i FAST LAUNDRY BEDROOM SUITE $79.00 DINETTE SETS $29.00 '.0a15-C70alS-600.U 150.11 1113 22.11 43.32
ALTERATIONS TAILOR-MADE'BLUES, ALL KINDS 535.00iiff&iEUIilt LIVING ROOM SUITE 69.00 All Tlr. Pint Tax.Exchonfl.-H-... $3.00 U-On< if OU Tr.! -Net Mn1N1eM CoppebU

MODERN LAMPS A", 11 '.. & $583 ,
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ELECTRIC AND GAS STOVES 35.00 -- -- -. _

REGRIGERA IS04 IIM4i..114.T 1244 PkOJM' Niw411tH !
b MAIN /Cow NJY. ft,..1011II.
GIBSON_ AIR CONDITIONER 149.00* .4.9051 SIIefti a l I -Ap.::...Pl.a"SANDY"
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motions to ranks with much CPO's Plan TwolDay

meaning in the Marine Corps

were presented td Marine Aviation

Detachment Marines by '
LtCol. John Urell (far right) Carnival May'

Commanding Officer. (L to R)

Men and new ranks are: CWO club announced by
carnival at the CPO were
Plans for a two day
tl' 2 Guy Fairchild, personnel Officer board.this
ldentofthe NAS CPO Club Advisory
Chief H. D. Schott Pf
; GySgts Charles E. Jacobs, the station
week. The carnival will be setup and ran by.the units aboard
Roger Palmer and William W. .
and 24.
on the weekend of MayX23
Mardo and SSgt Roger Laton.

All of the Serg ,'\ .sare,, instructors "This is going to be carnival visory board is; going to have
where all units of the Armed
in the Avidfion 'Electricians more than their! funds full. We
Forces aboard the Station will be
School at NATTC. (Mar. and it will be are going to need a lot of helpto
MILITARY PERSONNEL YOUNG DRIVERS Ine Photo) that the entire family can enjoy," lot put of fun this for over all ages and,"make he added.it a

Now you qualify to insure your car with a company specially formedto Marine Aviation Schott said. The club will be open until 2

serve your needs and get these BIG advantages! The entire proceeds will go a.m., on the night of May 23.
toward the annual Christmas
There will be 'contlnous enter-
COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE COVERAGE, IMMEDIATE PROJECTION DetachmentPart party for under-privileged chil
tainment, Including dance con-
dren. Each the club advisory -
II of the Marine Aviation board takes 100 childrenin
The club will feature open
Detachment feature by GySgt. the and them
CALL OR VISIT TODAY G "/-L. presents house on both days with all rated
Wes Ward. with the clothes they most need
l.JttteUUllINSURANCE COMPANY men, officers, civilians and
FOR RATES ANDINFORMATION Aviation ordinance schools the toys they most want anda
An A//filio"i.f Covtrnmtnf fmplof*'l"'II'Olct Company graduated about the same num- families invited to the club to
of Woihingion, D. party at the club. The aver-
ber of Marines as the AE school expenditure for this participate in the fun which will

Jacksonville Office: 338 W. Forsyth Street Phone: 355-8424 did last year. There are higher age$2300.It is financed by programis projectsof also make this year's Christmasmore

number of retrainees among the the advisory board and not fun for 100 youngsters.

ordnancemen. The ordnance from profits of the club.

school claimed 27 Marines as Each squadron and unit has NATTC Holds
Prices Start At
honor last
men year. been invited to set up a boothof
MSgt. John Kiraly an ordance their choice and operate it.

man for the past 22 years The first group signing up for a Safe Driving
heads the list of 16 Marine Instructors -
$1997Plus booth was the Marine Wives Club
with Major William of Jacksonville who will operatea ClassesA

Farris as Officer in Charge of bean and beetle game. Letters

the Marine Liason Unit. were sent to all leading chiefs of
Tag And Tax Marines attend both the Avia- units aboard the station safe driving course Is being
outlining held by NATTC with the following
tion Electricians and Ordnance details of the Futher
"B" program. schedule: Class No. One: April
schools which is for the information and reservations for
15-16 from 7:30 a. m. to
careet or professional Aviation
booth space can be had by calling
11:30 a. m. Class No. Two
Electrician or Aviation Ordnanceman. ; :
Chief Schott at Ext. 458 on
April 20-21 from 7:30: a. m.,
Weds., Thurs., and Friday, or by
One of the newer schools is calling the club to 11:30: a. m.; Class No. three:
the Radiography course which is manager. April 29-30 from 7:30: a. m.,
Chief Schott said that it was up .
listed as a class "C'"'School. to 11:30 a. m.Enrollees .
to the unit to dream up the type
Aviation metal smiths assignedto of game or booth they wanted to should report
Marine units all over the promptly for the classes In Room
set up. One can expect to see
world attend this school. Every everything from fortune tellersto 211, Bldg. 512, located at Sara-

PLYMOUTH BEATS class has from one to five cotton candy peddlers. All of toga and Child Streets, Naval
Marines Air Technical Training Center
assigned.The the booths and games-will be set ,
ALL COMPETITIONIN instructors and other per- up outside for the family. Persons driving' to the classesare

THE sonnel of the detachment are no Inside the club, a Las Vegas asked to park all vehicles
WINNING different than other Marines atmosphere will prevail with between the Post Office, Bldg.

THEDAYTONASXT "BARRACUDA"IS throughout the Corps. They must games going In Homer's Hide- 555, and the Fire House Bldg.

get In the required amount of away and topside of the club. 553. Personnel may wear dun-

COMING basic military training and mark- Schott said he was looking for experienced garees, but should wear white

: SOON! KA smanship requalifications each help to operate the hats.

year. This is the rerponslbllity games and others to help in the
\ N of Capt. John Howard, a regular operation oT the carnival outside.

I PLUS the 5 y ear or 50,000 mile warranty infantry officer assigned here as "This is a big job and the ad-
operations and training officer.

His section schedules training, I
Now see the men who sell the quality Plymouth] rifle and pistol requaliticatlonj; back for their second tour as In-

with the least structors. Most of them consider MORE
possible interference -
TRADE TODAYWe're Leading the Way with classroom instructionfor it good experience, good duty

QUALITY SERVICE STARTS AT.. the 70 instructors.One and a good community around
half day each week is devoted Jacksonville in which to live

to military training and work and play.
One Marine here for his fourth cars are insured
requali tion
weapons is scheduled -
powell pfumoulk at Camp Blanding.This tour remarks that this is the best with us than with

is the third and fourth place to improve your technical any other company.

r times many of the instructorshave knowledge through Instructing, a Find out why now!
9 1218 San Open Sunday After Church'TJ1 6 P.M. Phone been with the unit here. good place to Improve your golf
Most of them game and increase your fishing
Marco Blvd. SEE PLYMOUTH HERE... graduated from
1 359-2024 "A" and "B" and some are lies with all the fresh water and P UTSEY ,
salt 1948 BlandingBlvd
water around. Most of the
instructors here requested assignment .L 389-0338

I as Instructors.So s

when one of the support
personnel of the Marine Aviation FARM 1'---1
Mutual Automobili
Detachment says, "Withoutyou Horn alt',ce:Bloominiton, Illinois
t-- we wouldn't be here," he

really means it.

We are tuned to

Navy Problems. _
SA E_ sod SALESDid

F.y. j< you know that for as little
..... JAMES E. MEAD INC as $50.00 down and from $50

REALTOR to $95 per month 2,3 and 4

WALTERJ.SCHUB bedroom, 1, 1 11/2and 2 bath
U.S.N.RET.( ) may be purchased? If
< you are buying, don't fail
J.( '''> > to
; q KS Ot44 1234 KING ST. 384-7541 ACL BLDG 355-5474 investigate these opportunities

Otpct't'Intuxd b, ,.d'Q, D.poo'0.< %.Co'pa-a'o- RES. 721-0851 in today's market.t ,

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1 -" m immmm

r RECEIVING their 40 year pins t
il Service
i Employeesceive from Capt. J.R. Compton, HAS
y w CO, are (L-R) E.J. Wirhousky, I

Various Supply; T.C. Drive, O&R; and i,.
Awardscivil O.L. Allen, O&R. These men t tf i

Service employees received 40 year pins recently in received this pin for having :
of Captain J. R. Compton, NAS CO. served 40 years of Federal Ser- \

ere E. J. Wirhousky, Madrin vice. Also hand was Mrs. \
was presented a 20- on
T. C. Drl-
partment; year Accident Free O.L. Allen who attended the
Supervision ,
and O. L.Allen,O&R.dition .
to these three, Certificate and a lapel pin by .r ui (Navy Photo by Ron r
Capt. I ceremony.
Compton, for having 20-
fas one other employee Gardner
without ,
ived a 30-year pin, he years division. an accident In his

Collar,, O&R.
Mp HeBHMHeH nnBnennBBEHMn]
usky, has over 22 years
I Ia 5 ;
Havy and a little over 17
1th the civil service here -.... ----'--
onville. He entered the
1919 and remained untiln VOLKSWAGENSat
April 1941 he re-enter-
retired in 1947 as a Chief S
aln's Mate.
a{ P
|ousky was employed by \
ply Department and has SPRING MOTORSCOMPLET
his way up to Had Laber -
| has 21 years in theme FOR VOLKSWAGEN AUTOMOBILES
has spent the last 18
I at NAS Jax after a short (.7 Financing Arranged i'

t Pensacola. GREEN COVE SPRINGS 284-9209
ntered the Navy in 1923, J.W. Dollar C.T. Madrin \
as transferred to inactiven r!
| 1940. Driver then went
Irk for the civil service at
cola and later transferred
[S Jax, but he was recalled LANES

btlve duty in June 194 LIver alfa rom eof' BLANDING BLVD. AT CEDAR CREEK
was released from ac-
duty in 1945 as a Chief .. "" *v.
[ion Machinist's Mate and '- > Reduced to LANES AVAILABLE FOR OPEN BOWLING
[he returned to NAS Jax, 6
e he has worked his way up ... : ::. 3195 JOIN A SUMMER LEAGUE OPEN BOWL

pector of Aircraft Assemlen New"GOILIA" 1600 FOR 35{ PER GAME EVERY DAY

[ served in the Navy in r Oy Ne Seerto c.r Off en Se M ch fir U LI tIe
and retired in 1947 as abf t .. Twin Five Forward Overhead Speed Com Fully Shaft Synchronised Gear Sox 8 A.M. to 6 P.M .
Aviation Machinists' Mate. Aluminum Engine,Pistons. Gear Box end Axta. Homing
/ Disc and Aluminum Fin Brakes
1947 Allen was employed by
,here at NAS Jax and work- 'y p .Authorized&1/.romeo Satei&mt 5 rtrtc. LEAGUES NOW FORMING FOR MIXED DOUBLES MENS

ving as a Shop Steward for LEAGUES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
International Association of TEL: EV 4-6221 or EV 7-3569 for further information.
chlnists in O&R.

pe 30-year man, J. W. Dol-
.i has four years in the Marine AWARD CUSTOM "LIVING HOMES" -$11,000 to $25,000
[rps,over 12 years In the Navy WINNING
over 13 years In Civil
vice here at NAS Jax. Dollar
presented with the Navy's
[:hor-type lapel emblem by
pt.: Compton, complimentingfor t
his 30 years of service.
Also In ceremonies In Capt.
[mpton's office, was Claude T.
drip, Foreman of the Utilities
[vision, Public Works Departnt. -

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:4 ir: BIG PROMOTIONS-Flve pro. -

trs motions to ranks with much CPO'S Plan Two Day

s > N z f meaning in the .Marine Corpswere
presented td Marine Aviation

Detachment Marines by '
LtCol. John Urell (far right) Carnival May'23 24

Commanding Officer. (L to R)

Men and new ranks are: CWO
2 Guy Fairchild, personnel Offi Plans for a two day carnival at the CPO club were announced by
Charles Chief H. D. Schott Prudent of the NAS CPO Club Advisory boardthis
cer GySgts E.
; ,
ULwt!: Roger Palmer and William W.Mordo week. The carnival wijl) 'be setup and ran by,the units aboard the station
on the weekend of May 23 and 24. '
and SSgt Roger Laton.
"This is be carnival .
All of the Sergear\ttsore; I instructors going to vlsory board is going to have
where all units of the Armed
in the A' ldfion Efs'ctri-' more than their, hands full We
Forces aboard the Station will be
cians School at NATTC. (Mar. are going to need a lot of helpto
participating and it will be one
MILITARY PERSONNEL YOUNG DRIVERS ine Photo) that the entire family can enjoy," put this over'' ;,and "make it a
lot of fun for all ages, he added.
Now you qualify to insure your car with a company specially formed Marine Aviation Schott said. The club will be open until 2
The entire proceeds will
to serve your needs and get these BIG advantages: toward the annual Christmas go a.m., on the night of May 23
There will be contlnous
COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE COVERAGE 'IMMEDIATE PROTECTION/ DetachmentPart party for under-privileged chil- enter-
tainment, including dance con-
tests on the patio.
II of the Marine Aviation board takes 100 childrenin )
Detachment feature by GySgt. the area and them The club will feature open \
CALL OR VISIT TODAY C '/ presents house on both days with all rated 1
Wes with the clothes they most need, .
FOR RATES AND CJ INSURANCE COMPANYINFORMATION Aviation ordinance schools the anda men officers, civilians and
toys they most want
A* Affifiot/ / of, Go r'I'iF.ii f mplor *l Inivronct Company about the families invited to the club to
graduated same num-
I :
Waihinjfod i D. C.Jacksonville party at the club. The aver-
ber of Marines as the AE school expenditure for this participate in the fun which will

Office: 338 W. Forsyth Street Phone: 355-8424 did last year. There are higher age$2300.It is financed by programis projectsof also make this year's Christmasmore

number of retrainees among the the advisory board and not fun for 100 youngsters.

t ordnancemen. The ordnance from profits of the club.

school claimed 27 Marines as Each squadron and unit has NA TIC Holds
Prices Start At
honor last
men year. been invited to set up a boothof
MSgt. John Kiraly an ordance their choice and operate it.

man for the past 22 years The first group signing up for a Safe Driving
heads the list of 16 Marine Instructors -
$1997Plus booth was the Marine Wives Club
with Major William of Jacksonville who will operatea ClassesA

Farris as Officer In Charge of bean and beetle game. Letters

the Marine Liason Unit. were sent to all leading chiefs of
Tag And TaxPLYMOUTH Marines attend both the Avia- units aboard the station outlining safe driving course is being
held by NATTC with the following
tion Electricians and Ordnance details of the Futher
program. schedule: Class No. One: April
"B" schools which Is for the Information and reservations for
15-16 from 7:30: a. m. to
career or professional Aviation booth space can be had by calling
Electrician Aviation Ordnanceman. 11:30 a. m.; Class No. Two:
or Chief Schott at Ext. 458 on
April 20-21 from 7:30: a. m.,
Weds., Thurs., and
IA4 Friday, or by
to 11:30 a. m. Class No. three
One of the newer schools Is calling the club ; :
t.. manager. April 29-30 from 7:30 a. m.,
the which Is
Radiography course
Chief Schott said that It was up .
to 11:30: a. m.Enrollees .
listed class "C"'School.
as a to the unit to dream up the type
Aviation metal smiths should report
assigned of game or booth they wanted to
for the classes inRoom
to Marine units all the
over set up. One can to see
211, Bldg. 512 located at Sara-
world attend this school. Every everything from fortune tellersto
class has from five toga and Child Streets Naval
BEATS one to cotton candy peddlers. All of
Marines Air Technical, Training Center.,
assigned.The thq booths and will be set
ALL Persons to the classesare
COMPETITION Instructors and other driving
per- up outside for the family
asked to park all vehicles
THE sonnel of the detachment are no Inside the club, a Las
I IN WINNING different than other Marines atmosphere will prevail with between the Post Office, Bldg.

"BARRACUDA"IS throughout the Corps. must 555, and the Fire House Bldg.
THE DAYTONA fa) games going in Homer's Hide-
get In the required amount of away and topside of the club. 553. Personnel may wear dun-

COMING{ basic military training and mark- Schott said he was looking for experienced garees, but should, wear white

SOON! smanship requallficatlons each help to operate the hats.

year. This Is the rerponsiblllty: games and others to help In the

of Capt. John Howard, a regular operation oT the carnival outside.

PLUS the 5 y ear or 50,000 mile warranty Infantry officer assigned here as "This is a big job and the ad-
operations and training officer.

Now see the men who sell the quality Plymouth His rifle section and pistol schedules requallttcatlonj training;, back for their second tour as in-

with the structors. Most of them consider MORE
least possible Interference -
TRADE TODAYWe're Leading the Way with classroom Instructionfor It good experience, good duty

QUALITY SERVICE STARTS AT.. the 70 Instructors. and a good community around
Jacksonville in which live
One half to
day each week Is devoted

to military training and work One and Marine play.here for his fourth cars are insured
-JiJwefl weapons requallfication Is scheduled -
P4mout tour remarks that this is the best with us than with
at Camp Dlanding. I VI
This Is the third and fourth place to Improve your technical any other company.

times many of the Instructorshave knowledge through Instructing a Find out why now!

1218 San Open Sunday After Church 'HI 6 P.M. been with the unit here. good place to Improve your golf

Marco Blvd. SEE PLYMOUTH HERE... 359-2024 Phone Most of them graduated from game lies with and all Increase the fresh your water fishing and E. MARK UTSEY
"A" and "B" and some are 1948
salt water around. Most of the ii BlandingBlvd

Instructors here requested assignment 389.0338

I as instructors.So .

when one of the support
personnel of the Marine Aviation Mutual Automo0letnureeceCompany' (..1

Detachment says, "Withoutyou home Office' Bloommjton,(Illinois
/ we wouldn't be here," he
really means it.

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We are tuned to VAFHASALES

Navy Problems.
SAIE_ sod

IE Did you know that for as little

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REALTOR to $95 per month 2,3 and 4

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16, 1964 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 9

RECEIVING their 40 year pins
Civil Service
Employees from Capt. J.R. Compton, HAS
CO, are (L-R) E.J. Wirhousky,

Receive a sdNN Supply T.C. Drive, OAR and
AwardsThree O.L. Allen, O&R. These men

Civil Service employees received 40 year pins recently In received this pin for having
the office of Captain J. R. Compton, NAS _CO.: served 40 years of Federal Ser
They were :E. J. wlrnousky,
Madrin vice. Also hand Mrs.
on was
was presented a 20-
Department; T. C. Dri-
O.L. Allen who attended the
year Accident Free Supervision ,
ver, O&R; and O. L Allen,O&.R.In .
addition to these three, Certificate and a lapel pin by
$ 5da ceremony. (Navy by Ron
Capt. Compton, for 20-
there was one other employeewho Gardner, PH2))
he years without an accident In his
received a 30-year pin, division. --
is J.W. Dollar O&R.
Wirhousky, has over 22 yearsin
the Navy and a little over 17 BUY YOIVOLKSWAGENS
years with the civil service hereat
Jacksonville. He entered the
Navy In 1919 and remained until
1936. In April 1941 he reentered a
and retired In 1947 as a Chief
Boatswain's Mate.
Wirhousky was employed by
the Supply Department and has SPRING MOTORSCOMPLET
worked his way up to Had Lab-

has 21 In the
Driver years
Navy. He has spent the last 18
here at NAS Jax after a short Financing Arranged
at Pensacola.He .
stay entered the Navy In 1923, GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2849209YOUR
J.W. Dollar C.T. Madrin
and was transferred to Inactive
duty in 1940. Driver then wentto
work for the cl\il service at FRIENDLYBOWL0MATIC
Pensacola and later transferredto
NAS Jax but he was recalledto LANES

Driver active was duty released In June from 194 active L- alfa romeo BLANDING BLVD. AT CEDAR CREEK

duty in 1945 as a Chief a ,I"'-- .w. -M.,.:-' 'I>
Aviation Machinist's Mate and f' "- Reduced to LANES AVAILABLE FOR OPEN BOWLING
then he returned to NAS Jax,
where he has worked his way up ... 3195New JOIN A SUMMER LEAGUE OPEN BOWL
to Inspector of Aircraft Assem-
bly.Allen "GUILIA" 1600 FOR 35< PER GAME EVERY DAY

served In the Navy In No S.Mtt Cr Offon I*M ch for to UtHo
1922 and retired in 1947 as a 1, Flvo Forward Sptod Fully Synchronized Goor Box
8 A.M. 6 P.M.
4 Twin Overhead Cam Shafts to
Chief Aviation Machinists' Mate.In .
Aluminum Engine, Pistons Gear Box and Axle Hooting
1947 Allen was employed by 1 / DIsc and Aluminum Fin Brakes
O&R here at NAS Jax and worked "rq N Authorized cl/a romeo Stlet end' &tro\c: LEAGUES NOW FORMING FOR MIXED DOUBLES, MENS

serving as a Shop Steward for LEAGUES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
the International of
Association TEL: EV 4-6221 or EV 7-3569 for further information.
Machinists In O&R.

The 30-year man, J. W. Dol-
lar, has four years in the Marine AWARD
Corps,over 12 years in the Navy WINNING CUSTOM "LIVING HOMES"-$11.000 to $25,000
and over 13 years in Civil
Service here at NAS Jax. Dollarwas
presented with the Navy's
anchor-type lapel emblem by
Capt. Compton, complimentinghim
for his 30 years of service. d
Also in ceremonies in Capt. .
Compton's office, was Claude T. r rx
Madrin, Foreman of the Utilities y
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4 Navy Keglers To Be HeldThe I I 1 .l I.lI


Sixth Naval District Bowling: twelve games, with the highest
Tournament will be held at NAS i five scorers in each category
Cecil Field, May 48.
being picked to represent the Sax
All active duty military person- Navy keglers. Fleet personnel on
: .:.. nel attached to commands,units or the Jax Navy team in the District
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Places As M. S. Scott Sports A boat show sporting the latestIn
new Marina craft will be held
Shorts In the Civic Auditorium starting
Joins 600Kegler April 24. The showing promises
Runner-up In JUo Life saving classes for depen- to be the biggest and best show
dents are now being held at the yet.
ClubThis NAS Indoor Pool. The next .
meeting will be held on Monday
Ice will the
Skating start at
Fla. Y April 20, at 4:30 p. m. Coliseum on April 24 and run
past week one new keg- .
26th of
through ApriL Skating
A water safety! Instructor pro-
ler joined the 600 ranks and one
will begin at 3:30 p. m., and
will be held at the NAS
former 600 kegler bettered his gram
old Indoor Pool this Friday at 11 a.m. run through to 10:30 p. m. Sat-
mark 10
Jax Nary Judo team traveled to Tampa to take pan in the by pins. urady's schedule Is from 8 a.m.,
Florida Invitational tournament this past week-end, April 1L In The new kegler is M. S. Scon The Jacksonville Suns will play to 10:30 p. m. Sunday's schedule
the men's competition Clyde Harp, Green Belt, and vicepresidentof Lucky'T with a 613. Richard their opening game April 22 at will run from 1 p. m. to
the Jax Navy Judo Club, had six matches before winning the WIckes, of FICEUR #2, who 7:30 p. m., at the Sun's ball 10:30: p. m. Further informationcan
1st place position In the 165 Ib. weight class, beating one 2nd Degree posted a 623 last week, raised park. In the opener the Suns will be obtained by calling
Black Belt. three}Brown Belts, and two White Belts. his total to 633 the second high- face Rochester. EL 42041.
est of the 600 club. .
The winners ot the six different -
classes then The entire Continental League
weight contestedto the Dixie School of Judo, all with consisted of shut-out games as
determine tournament 13 points. Jax Navy was next all winners posted 4-0 scores. I 0e
over-all champion. Harp had to .
with nine points.
Results of last weeks action
win over another Black Belt.befcre Other members of the
team that
was 0 0 0'i
: e e'
Ed 4th
meeting( Maley, Degree took part In the tournament were:
Black Belt, for the tournament 150 lb. Mike Driscoll: 165 lb. American League

over-all championship. Harp was John McCarron; 180 lb. Pat Sullivan Seabees 4, FICEUR #1-0
and took the
and Tommy Tharp; and CFJ "B" 3, Riggers 1
position. 195 lb. Julian Baird. Cannon Cockers 3 '
,Sky Warriors 1Doe's t i
Another winner for the Jax
Interested In
Anyone learningthe 4 Griffins 0
Navy squad was Charles Lipsey, sport of Judo Is welcome to
Cutters 3, Chiefs 1
Brown Belt, who took 2nd placein attend one of the meetings. The Marlins 3, Cursors 1 Approximately 18 MINUTES from the bate, South on Hlway 17.

the 150 lb. weight class. schedule Is Monday and Wednes- Mad Foxes 4, Crash & Fire 0
Team trophy honors ended in a day nights form 6:30 8:00 p.m. CLAYTON REVELS
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Start Apr 18The

Annual Spring Cup Golf
y p 1 R Tournament will start this week- CARS
end April 18 with the first 18
holes being played on the NAS IN
k Links. The second round swings '
Into action on the 25th of April
when the final 18 holes on the 4.0
36 hole medal play full handicap -
3 y yf w s tournament will be played"
d A $2 entrance fee must be paidat
the time of sign up at the CONDITION
.. isA Golf shack prior to the 18th.
Teams can be comprised of your AT
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PRESENTING AWARDSLCdr.. R. W. Mansfield, Special Services -
Officer of NAS, presents the Water Safety Instructors cer
tificate to NAS and NATTC personnel, at the completion of their
three weeks of instruction at the indoor pool. (Navy Photo by
Jax Club For the first! \.
Navy Flying Is time depicted a priest ) .' '

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open to all military personnel, The club is located at Herlong
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Club has three qualified You are cordially Invited to
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PRE-FLIGHT-L.E. Southard, AM2, VAP-62, gives his Cessna
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