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3 Lifeguards Awarded ?



Merits Signed By LBJFor


the parts they played last January in attempting to save the
life of Captain J. M. Harmer, former CO, U. S. Navalliospital, a (
sailor, an airman and a civilian( }have received National Red Cross
Certificates! of Merit signed by President Lyndon B. Johnson.
They are Michael G. Stevens
AN. rA\\-11; Robert D. Ether- recognition for services tendered -
idge, A2c F679th; and CharlesW. on January 24, 1964, when l lIre
Phillips, supervisor of the administered Mouth to Mouth i
NAS Indoor PoolIn resusclatlon to Captain Joseph M.
ceremonies last friday Hanner, MD USN who Was removed -

Captain W. G, Lawson Com- unconscious from the poolas
manding Officer, U. S. Naval a result of a heart attack." .
Hospital expressed his personal' The awards were Issued from t
Washington, D. C. last month
thanks to the lifeguards and relayed -
the thanks of those who and were signed by S. Ronald
OM were closely related to the late Harrison, Chairman of the Red

Captain Hanner, who was struck Cross and Honarary Chairman
by a fatal heart attack while Lyndon B. Johnson.
swimming in the indoor pool Present for the awards cere-
last January 24. mony were Mr. C. V. Gross,

CERTIFICATES OF MERIT-Mr. C.V. Gross, (L) NAS Field Director for the Red Cross, lookson The Certificate of Merits that Field Director for the NAS Chapter -
as Captain W.G. Lawson, CO, U.S. Naval Hospital presents Certificates of Merit to RobertD. were presented to the men read: of the Red Cross and Miss

Etheridae, A2C, AF679th; Charles W. Phillips, Supervisor of' the NAS Indoor Pool; and Michael "This is a certificate issued by Janet Rastall Hospital Field

G. Stevens, AN, FAW11. (Navy Photo by Chris Cole, SN) the American Red Cross inPublished Director. .


What's Inside

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Chaplain's Message .Page 2
20th Century Cameras.Page 3Entertainment..Page'

Man-Of-War ,Page 4
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...... ''<' If Ya Ask Us .", Page 6

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by the Halt PuUisMnc Cbafianj. a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and miters herein are their om-o and lOt to be considered an official t eipreasion of mjaUltUry Dog Fights I' Page
departure The appearance: of advertisements In this publication does not constitute an endorsement .or aDS military drfiartnenl or the product or- 'vices advertised. Movies. '. ,Page 810

VOL.22 HO. 7 Jacksonville, Pleri a APRIL 23. 1964 Sports . Page

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'Vapor Trails' Observe1st 'JAG Says Recruiting ,


Year As Demo T earn A Must For Survival ) 1


By Marc Whetstone, J01 Military justice and a luncheon with the Jacksonville Bar Association '\

The Jax Navy Sport Parachute Club's high altitude demonstrationteam highlight the East Coast Law Seminar activities of the visiting 120 \
"The Vapor Trails" celebrated their first anniversary last Naval Reserve Lawyers, today, as they near the completion of the first of
weekend and to put the Icing on the cake, they made their celebra- two weeks training here. at NAS Jax.
tion jump before the citizens of Pahokee Fla., where just a year The kick oil lor the seminar
ago the team made its initial appearance. was Monday with Rear Admiral
Wilfred A.Hearn. Advocate Rating ListPublished '
Tomorrow morning the team Judge '{
will board their aircraft flown many months. General of the Navy addressingthe
by Lieutenant Commander JohnC. The Waycnoss exhibition will Navy Marine Corps and Coast ByNATTCenter
be held Saturday and Sunday Guard Reservists.
Brown Jacksonville Re-
Navy 25-26 for the public. RAdm. Hearn JAGTraffic
April ,
Retention of naval
cruiting Officer, and once againhit lawyers,according
Tomorrow afternoon, however to the admiral, is major
the airways...this time fora
return trip to Waycross* Ga., the team will exit over the drop problem facing his office. A total of 37 advancements in
where the members will perform zone at altitudes ranging from "Most of the lawyers on active rate have been announced for men
their 12th demonstration in as 3000 to 12,500 feet as part of CouncilFormed duty today arc reserves at the Naval Air Reserve Train-
the pre-program festivities.The who switched to the Law ing Unit here.Included .
demonstration in Pahokee Specialist Field when it became J in the total are 5 new
NAR1U RallIeS marked a' new era in the team's affective. However", he added, chiefs 13 POl's. 9 PO2s, and
organization. In the past the "by 1966 there will be
The vast Jacksonville Navy nearly 10 PO3s.
Personnel ToRe maneuvers performed were those Complex has established a Traf- 150 of these who will retire, All but three of the 37 to be
which the individual jumpers had fic Safety Council consisting resulting in a wealth of advanced will sew on their new
ProntoteelEleven mastered, but had not yet been six officers from NAS Jax. experience being lost by the crows or add another chevronon
molded into precision practice.It The Chief of Staff, of Navy." an effective date to be an-
was therefore a treat for the ComNabSix, Captain T.Decker Admiral Hearn then stated that nounced. The other three
students and six Support Pahokeeans to witness the team has been designated as the chair- the JAG office and every naval advancements will be effective
for the first time as a complete CO law officer under his directionhas
Personnel who took Servicewide man. Capt. J. R. Compton July 16.
examinations for advancement in unified, pre-planned unit. NAS, was chosen as the Traffic the personal responsibilitySee Advancements effective July 16 '

rating at the Naval Technical Partner Led by AE3 jumpmaster of VP-30, the Larry nine- Safety Officer and Security Of- ( Lawyer Seminar on Page 2)) (See NATTCenter on Page 7))
Center in have ficer.
Training February
been informed that they are to be man unit displayed professionally Those of leers selected as Eye Surgeon CPO VIP Guest
as they thrilled the fairground:! ,
advanced. These figures do not members to represent NAS on I
Include personnel who have been spectators during two days of high the Council are as follows: Capt.R. By GySgt Wes Ward
altitude .
transferred since taking the jumping.The Nauman, Medical Officer;
examination, or personnel who maneuvers, executed from LCdr. O'Donnel. Jr., Legal Doctor Howard Rose, a noted outlining the program in Florida.Dr. .
12,500 feet, consisted of a two- and ,head of the Rose Is under the
spon-
have been transferred here since Officer; CWO-4 L. V. Margolies. eye surgeon ,
man varience free fall jump, a Bank will oftheJacksonvilleJunior
taking the test. Transportation Officer and C. D. Florida Eye program sorship
Below are listed those to be three-man star burst, and athreen Able Safety Superintendent. for be the guest speaker at the. Chamber of Commerce whose
;an pinwheel with a fourth monthly VIP luncheon at the CPO works with the eye bank programis
advanced and the rate to which
they will advance: man crisscrossing over the NAS.The Traffic Safety Committee club next Wednesday. well known in the area.
formed wheeLPerforming ,will how the Officials of the will
shall assist Capt. Compton inthe Dr. Rose explain Jaycees
MM1
T.
F. J. Crapse to ; J. free I
the varience bank works and Dr. Rose to the
Aultman and P. M. Jerard to administration of a traffic safety eye program accompany I
fall maneuver were Robert (Red) it is This is luncheon.A .
Rob- program within NAS. why so important.
AECA L L. Harbour a L.
Inctte;R. A. Roseboom,and K. W. Holden, EN1 of NAS ?.IAA, and A couple of the activities that the program where persons will luncheon of filet minion and
Sheila Kavanaugh, RM2 of NAS their to the bank. will he served for the
this committee will undertakeare eyes eye beverages
Caldwell
Cook to A El; W. G. ,
R. F. Jackson T. C. Lawhon, Communications, the only female to distribute traffic safety Immediately upon death, their usual dollar, according to club "J
!
member of the Club. Information and to institute a eyes are removed and given to a manager William Unsted. The
T. E.
J W. Campbell, Hudgins,
exited the air-
Rid and Sheila
blind that luncheon will commence at
within enabling
positive training program person personto
and E. L. Johnson to AE2; T. M.
Wimberly to AE3; F. O. Westto craft together. Sheila stabelizcdinto NAS, aimed at achieving the best see again or perhaps for the 11:30 a. m., with Dr. Rose be-
a slow free fall of about first time in their life. He will
and off the
AOCA,; N. G. Corley to A01; traffic safety on (See CPO VIP on Page 2)F )
and J. B. Fricke to MA3. (See Vapor Trails on Page 2)) station. speak and show a brief film



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oiCR iI-:: : } ; ::l :f f$ Chaplain's/ Massage


Protestant Services at the All By Chaplain R. W. Radcliffe.

Saints' Chapel SUNDAY Someone once said that wrong Is right out of place. There Is more

truth than fiction In the statement for most wrongs are the perversionof
8:00 a.m. Service( of lbly Com- good things. Love is one of our most noblest capacities, but it

munion (Into lust. Selfrespect can become
can degenerate egotism and
Divine( Wor vain
'" t 9:30: a.m. Service pride. Initiative and ambition can turn Into averice and greed. Riches
V01iJG ship become Infected and degrading when
School for and splendor can they no longerare
9:30: a.m. Sunday ages and and for the
722 used wholesomely wisely blessing of ones fellow-
16
3 through Bldg.
ll-OOa.m. Service of Divine Worship men.
'' SfatcilY Pleasures can be "the sunshine of the soul," but It can degenerateInto

6:30 Youth Fellowship debauchery. Appetite can be a wholesome thrill but when it
p.m.
WEDNESDAY becomes gluttony, It reduces man to the level of the swine.I once

.... 4:30 Junior Choir Rehearsal heard an old Navy Chaplain say that nearly all muddy streams In our
p.m. lives began In springs which God made pure and sweet and crystaline

I 7:30 Senior Choir Rehearsal Now let us consider the opposite of degeneration. God has reversed
I. (. : p.m. this process by the means of regeneration. Through his influenceu.

1200pm.: Holy Communion Alsoon jn our lives, vice can be replaced by character ugliness can be
faFQ all Holy Days replaced by beauty, sorrow with joy and defeat by victory. All of

Catholic Services at St. Edward's us can face one of two directions--the one way being the way of

Chapel, NATTC and Naval HDS- spiritual and moral bankruptcy and the other being the way of res
Free Election Secret Ballot Pital toration. Permit the Influences for the good that plays upon your life
'SUNDAY MASS to be unhindered and yours will be the gain In this life and in the

6:30 a.m. U. S. Naval Hospital world to come.

Underlie Our Political SystemIf Edward's 9:00: a.m.Chapel& 11:00 a.m. St. Vapor Trails CelebrateContinued


we were to choose a single scene and symbol to illustrate political DAILY MASS ( From Page 1))
freedom in America it would be this: 11:30: a.m. St. Edward's Chapel
85-90 mph., while Red aced master Larry Parmer. These
The Election 4
time Day. & TUESDAY
MONDAY his legs together and }h's arms three men left the aircraft and
The place: A neighborhood polling place. It could be a private
4:15 ( Hall NATTC
King ,
p.m. along his sides forming theDelta joined hands, spinning around and
.
garage in your block; maybe the nearby school; maybe the fire station. FRIDAY
position which caused him to around while Bob
A2C
Etheridge,
There would be an American flag in sight somewhere to give the
U Naval
12:05: p.m. S. Hospital streak earthward In excess of 200 of AFoftth followed, crossing
place a special distinction on this day. There would be perhaps four
1. SATURDAY miles an hour Through this man- back and forth above his jumping
or six of your friends neighbors or acquaintances sitting at a table.
9:00 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel euver, spectators can vividly see mates.
The key furnishings -of the .room would be some son of private SATURDAY
CONFESSIONS- how a skydiver can control his Copilot for the Pahokee show
enclosures- some as simple as a curtained shelf; others as elaborate
7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before rate of descent. was Lieutenant Bob Steece, presently -
as a voting maEnter'Jom
Q. and J.PubUc.They T Masses The second maneuver, the star undergoing training with

each, .receiy ;. rballot and retire separately to the curtained Catechism Classes: Grade School burst was performed by Dan VP-30. He is a former pilot for

voting booths',' Tner ;;ilone with their"consciences, they mark their SATURDAY Asplund. A2C of( AF679th, GySgt the Navy's Parachute :.:gges

ballots; fold.rt: artt; turn them In or drop them. into the ballot box- 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities Wes Fox of MAD and Gaylon School at Lakehurst N.J.,where

their private ju gcment. If they so choose known but to them alone. building Rainwater, ATRAN of VP-30. he also flew jump aircraft for
To tens of millions of Americans this scene Is so familiar as to 722NURSERY These three men fell togetherIn the Lakehurst skydiving club.

seem commonplace. V The Naval Air Station Nursery free fall for 30 seconds then The Important posts as ground

3 But to 10 times 10 'millions, and more elsewhere In the world!, located in Building 560 on Child broke away in line and fired crewmen at Pahokee were filled

this little drama of the free election and the secret ballot Is unknown. Street, opens at 8:15 a.m. on Sun- green and red flare pistols which by Dave Miller. PR3 of VP-7

': Many of them have never known an authority other than one imposed day morning.! Parents attending( appeared as a star ,bursts. They and Hollis Tlnsley AN ofVP-30,

'on them. The idea of a voice in choosing their leaders Is inconceivable. Sunday Masses>r Protestant ser- fell another 30 seconds before while Marc Whetstone, JOI of

In many places we must concede it may be presently impractical vices may leave young children in- opening their chutes. NAS SK acted as narrator.

due to political immaturity.But the nursery without charge.___ The finale of the jumping was Following the Wayc-oss demonstrations -
there are other places where advanced and intelligent peopleare --'. the pinwheel with crossover. The Vapo: Trails
denied this right Americans hold dear. Making up the pinwheel were Ted will begin concentrating on the

They may be permitted by their leaders to go through the motions Station TrafficViolations Sergent, PR1 of VF-14 (Cecil exhibitions being planned for
1
of popular elections. But their freedom of choice is usually betweena Field), Harry Wood. PR2 of VA- Armed Forces Day, May 16 at

single band-picked slate of candidates or the often dangerous alter- 44 (_Cecil Field), .and Jump- Mayport Naval Station. _
native of simply not voting at all
The clue to our little drama of the free election and secret ballot Lawyer SeminarContinued
I Iof
rings out like the clear notes of a prelude in the opening words of the ,
Constitution Following is a report traffic ( From Page 1))
violations for the period April
"We, the people of the United States. ." recruiting, on a continuing Officer, had just been appointedby
Ours Is a nation of laws and the determination of those govern- 12 through April 18.. basis, reserve officers presently the Secretary of the Navyas

ing rules rests primarily in the hands of the people.We on duty to keep them In ul.form.and : the Assistant Judge Advocate

vest this power In the hands of an elected Congress and a Chief NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis to recruit these same reserve General for the Navy and that his
Executive. officers Into an active nomination for Flag Rank had-
In this enormous grant of power over our lives and fortunes week April 12 through duty status at the completion of been signed by President Johnson
April 18. . /.S
Americans have deemed it Important that the process be conducted in Total 1 Accidents this their three-year tour of duty. last Saturday. The announcement
freedom and in secrecy.We tear through "This task," said the admiral, the Capt.
18. /. complete lawyers gave
April . .80
burnish it and I keep It Intact for succeeding generations by Total Accidents.'r "is a JAG responsibility, but I Hare a standing ovation.
going to the polls on election days and voting and by resisting encroachments through April am asking each of you to act Tomorrow, discus ions will resume -
1963. . . .87 as
on this basic freedom. recruiters in answering justice. On
on military
Number of
Days since last Injury this "
.4" plea. Monday the visitors will tour
4PEA In Motor Vehicle
Of Accident
? ." At the conclusion of his
.- CPO VIP ; . . . . .18 Admiral Hearn speech Cape Kennedy and then return of
!EDUCATION. announced to his for a busy week's schedule
.
audience that Captain Robert bv
TIONS H. presentations and local tours

(Continued From Page 1)) This VitA I 12 through f Hare. Sixth Naval District Legal -leading- officials. _

April 18. . ,72
ginning his program at 12 p. m. Speeding. . . .JQ
The VIP luncheons will be a Reckless Drivl .g. .i JAX
regular feature of the club on Going through fop; Sltfi. .6 AJ.1R NEWS

the fourth Wednesdays of each Other Violations 55 ,
month throughout the summer Thirty-eight drivers appeared
according to Chief H. D. Schott. before the Traffic Hearing Board

president of the Advisory Board. y at the meeting held on April The JAX AIR NEWS\ Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper

The speakers will come from 20. 1964. Disposition of the cases distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
civic, business and professional Include the following: seven lost Jacksonville) Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a

groups In the area. driving and parking privileges private firm: All Cop submitted for use in the .JAX AIR
"I expect all members of the aboard station for various NEWS must be forwarded to the Service! formation Office,

advisory board to be present at .M/je periods: 15 were assigned to Box 2' NAS Jacksonville) by 12:00: noon on Monday t beforepubJicaUon.

the luncheons and hope their ''PECHAPSrue complete an eight-hour course In News items are welcomed from all sources
commanding officers will be their RESULT OP ALL,MOST EDUCATION VALUABLE%ts remedial driving Instructions; Telephone EV. 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
guests" Schott said. All chiefs THE ASiLrry TO MAKE XXIBSEIFDO nine were given suspended Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
THE T.+lf4Cr XJ HAVE TD;Pa pen- concerning such
and eligible Marine sergeantsare WEN ITOUG417Tn BE alties; 12 were given should be directed to the Holt Publishing
warnings
urged to attend these' Informative WHETHER OU LIKE IT OR three were dismissed and ; Compan. S54: Clyde Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida-
'' ; nine Telephone
luncheons NOT 359-4040 or 359-0271
and Invite were referred to
...7 QI4SHh'N/X EY7W command'officers
their commanding officers or for possible
disciplinary
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mart, shows the representatives from the Pulp and Paper Store April 26, 6:00-6:30 PM on WJXT, DINNER I I
keeper Association, the HAS Jax system for issuing office and Television 4 in Jacksonville.
janitorial supplies. (L-R) H.L Matthews, Sonoco products, A.G. Highlighting the new emphasis tt 00 CAN KM t
Elliott, St. Regis Paper Co., and J.P. Howle of Sonoco Products. photo reconnaissance is receiving
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'Gator Squadron' Visits shows some of the planes specially CATFISH I
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HAS Jax VP-5''Mad Foxes'The miles their above photographic the earth or mission at tree- II', .. CHICKEN OYSTERS !

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The enormous strides made by ._ .. ; .: TAKE-OUT SERVICE I
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741, known throughout five "Honorary Florida Naval Air its many applications in 1C.I'CH..S: BUSINESS MEN'S
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Foxes" of VP-5 at NASJackson- squadron ever to deploy over- demonstrated by Dr. John
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duty In 1951 during the Korean
INTRODUCINGYOUR conflict and one of the first I
five called up because of the
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present members served with I
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Commander Jack A. Pate,
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: : r\"I:' ;r' \ S. "i iv.f.r .S Chaplain A/fessage
No l' .ru: J J. .. ,
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Protestant Services at the All By Chaplain R. W. Rodcllffe.

) Saints' ChapelSUNDAY Someone once said that wrong is right out of place. There Is more

truth than fiction in the statement for most wrongs are the perversionof
8:00 a.m. Service of lbly Com- good things. Love is one of our most noblest capacities, but It

munion into lust. Selfrespect can become egotism and
Wor can degenerate vain
of Divine
9:30 a.m. Service pride. Initiative and ambition can turn into averice and greed. Riches

c ; VOrr G ship and splendor can become Infected and degrading when they no longerare
for
9:30: a.m. Sunday School ages! used wholesomely and wisely and for the blessing of ones fellow-
3 through 16, Bldg. 722

ll'OOa.m. Service of Divine Wor- men.Pleasures can be "the sunshine of the soul," but It can degenerateinto

ship' Youth Fellowship debauchery. Appetite can be a wholesome thrill, but when it
6:30 p.m..' WEDNESDAY becomes gluttony, it reduces man to the level of( the swine. I once

.. I Choir Re- heard an old Navy Chaplain say that nearly all muddy streams In our
.. :' I 4:30 p.m. Junior lives began in springs which God made pure and sweet and Crystaline

hearsal Senior Choir Re- Now let us consider the opposite of degeneration. God has reversed
hearsal 7:30 p.m. this process by the means of regeneration. Through his influence

12:00p.m.. Holy Communion, Alsoon u4 jn our lives, vice can be replaced by character, ugliness can be
all Holy Days replaced by beauty, sorrow with joy, and defeat by victory. All of
Catholic Services at St. Edward's us can face one of two directions--the one way being the way of
and moral bankruptcy and the other being the of(
spiritual
way res-
Chapel, NATTC and Naval HDS-
Free Election Secret Ballot Pital toration. Permit the influences for the good that plays upon your life
'SUNDAY MASS to be unhindered and yours will be the gain In this life and In the

6:30 a.m. U, S. Naval Hospital world to come.

Underlie Our Political SystemIf Edward's 9:00: a.m.Chapel&' 11:00 a.m. St. Vapor Trails CelebrateContinued


we were to choose a single scene and symbol to illustrate political DAILY MASS ( From Page.1))
freedom in America it would be this 11:30\ a.m. St. Edward's Chapel
: 85-90 mph., while Red aced master Larry Farmer. These
The time: Election Day. MONDAY & TUESDAY his legs together and }r's t arms three men left the aircraft and

The place: A neighborhood polling place. It could be a private 4:15 p.m. King Hall, NATTC along his sides forming the Delta joined hands, spinning around and
garage in your block; maybe the nearby school; maybe the fire station. FRIDAY position which caused him to around while Bob Etheridge,A2C
There would be an American flag in sight somewhere to give the 12:05 U. S. Naval Hospital followed
p.m. streak earthward In excess of 200 of AFo/9th/ crossing
1.. place a special distinction on this day. There would be perhaps fouror SATURDAY miles an hour. Through this man- back and forth above his jumping
six of your friends neighbors, or acquaintances sitting at a table.
9:00 a.m. St.Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY
: euver, spectators can vividly see mates.
The xof the would. be sort of private
.room some
key furnishings
how a skydiver can control his Copilot for the Pahokee show
enclosures- some as simple as a curtained shelf; others as elaborateas
7:00 8:00 and before -
p.m. p.m. rate of descent. was Lieutenant Bob Steece, pre-
a voting machine ,.1:" ( Masses The second maneuver, the star sently undergoing training with
Enter'John and J*
Q i.Public. Catechism Classes: Grade School burst, was performed by Dan VP30. He is a former pilot for
They each, :ceceiye.4llot and retire separately to the curtained
A2C of F679th the Parachute :
,
SATURDAY Asplundr GySgt Navy's digger's
voting booths,1ber jl one with theft'c consciences they mark their
Wes Fox of( MAD and Gaylon School at Lakehurst, N. J.,where
Saints' Activities
ballots; foldf.th: turn them in or drop them into the ballot box-- 10:00 a.m. All
Rainwater ATRAN of VP-30. he also flew aircraft (for
their private judgement, if they so choose, known but to them alone. building jump
722NURSERY These three fell the club.
To tens of millions of Americans, this scene is so familiar as to men togetherin Lakehurst skydiving
seem commonplace. The Naval Air Station Nursery free fall for 30 seconds then The important posts as ground

f } But to 10 times 10 millions, and more, elsewhere in the'world located in Building 560 on Child broke away in line and fired crewmen at Pahokee were filled

this little drama of the Free election and the secret ballot is unknown. Street, opens at 8:15 a.m. on Sun- green and red flare pistols which by Dave Miller, PR3 of VP-7
,; Many of them have never known an authority other than one imposed day morning. Parents attending appeared as a star bursts. They and Hollis Tinsley, AN VP-30( ,
:"'on them. The idea of a voice in choosing their leaders is inconceivable. Sunday Masses Protestant ser- fell another 30 seconds before while Marc Whetstone, JOI of

In many places, we must concede it may be presently impractical vices may leave young children In- opening their chutes. NAS SK acted as narrator.
,If due to political immaturity.But the nursery without charge. The finale of the jumping was Following the Wayc-ossdem-
there are other places where advanced and intelligent peopleare the pinwheel with crossover. onstrations, The Vapo: Trails
denied this right Americans hold dear. Making up the pinwheel were Ted will begin concentrating on the

They may be permitted by their leaders to go through the motions Station Traffic Sergent PR1 of VF-14 (Cecil exhibitions being planned for
of popular elections. But their freedom of choice is usually betweena Field), Harry Wood, PR2 of VA- Armed Forces Day, May 16, at

single hand-picked slate of candidates, or the often dangerous alter- ViolationsFollowing 44 ( Cecil Field), and Jump- May port Naval Station. __

native of simply not voting at all.
Lawyer Seminar
The clue to our little drama of the free election and secret ballot I Iof

rings out like the clear notes of a prelude in the opening words of the is a report traffic (Continued From Page 1))

Constitution: violations for the period April
"We, the people of the United States. ." recruiting, on a continuing Officer, had just been appointedby
Ours is a nation of laws, and the determination of those govern- 12 through April 18., basis, reserve officers presently the Secretary of the Navyas

ing rules rests primarily In the hands of the people.We on duty to keep them In ui.lform: the Assistant Judge Advocate

vest this power in the hands of an elected Congress and a Chief NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS and to recruit these same reserve General for the Navy and that his
Executive.In officers Into an active nomination for Flag Rank had-
this enormous grant of power over our lives and fortunes, This week April 12 through duty status at the completion of been signed by President Johnson
April 18. . /.6:
Americans have deemed it Important that the process be conducted in their three-year tour of duty. last Saturday. The announcement
freedom and In Total Accidents thls.y&ar through "This task," said the admiral, complete the Capt.
lawyers gave
secrecy.We
April 18. fi . ..80
burnish It and keep It Intact for succeeding generations by Total "is a JAG responsibility, but I Hare a standing ovation.
going to the polls on election days and voting, and by resisting encroachments Accidents/through April am asking each of you to act Tomorrow, dlscusions will resume -
1963. : . .87 as recruiters in On
on this basic freedom. answering on military justice.
Number of Days since last Injury this "
plea. will tour
the visitors
WJf &::8 Or. ";1.;." In Motor Vehicle Accident At the conclusion of(his speech, Monday, and then return
- CPO VIP . . . .18 Admiral Hearn Cape Kennedy of
announced
EDUCATION. to his for a busy week's schedule
VIOLATIONS audience that Captain Robert H. presentations and local tours bv

(Continued From Page 1)) This week \\ April 12 through Hare Sixth Naval District Legal leading officials.
I
April 18. A .12 _

ginning his program at 12 p. m. Speeding. . . .IQ
The VIP: luncheons will be a Reckless Drivi .g..1
JAX AIR: NEWS: :
regular feature of the club on Going through Tap: Sigh. .6
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the fourth Wednesdays of each Other Violations i . .55
month throughout the summer, Thirty-eight drivers appeared
according to Chief H. D. Schott, before the Traffic Hearing Boardat
president of the Advisory Board. the meeting held on April The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise New Paperdistributed

The speakers will come from 20, 1964. Disposition of the cases each Thursday at the U. s. Naval Air Station,
'clyic business and professional include the following: seven lost Jacksonville] Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
groups in the area. driving and parking privileges private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR
"I expect all members of the aboard station for various NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,

advisory board to be present at periods; 15 were assigned to Box 2' AS Jacksonville] by 12:00: noon on :Monday before
the luncheons and hope their complete an eight-hour course in publication. News items are welcomed from all sources-
PEBHAPS THE MOST VALUABLE Telephone
commanding officers will be their RESULT OP ALL EDUCATION IS remedial driving Instructions; E\.9-11 Ext. 8162.
guests Schott said. All chiefs T HE A3l LITTO MAKE NOuBSELF nine were given suspended Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
DO THE THING>OU HAVE TO DO, alties 12 pen- concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing
and eligible Marine ; were
.sergeants WHEN IT OUGHT TO BE DONE given warnings.; 1 Compan1724 ..-
are urged to attend these' informative WHETHER' yOU LIKE IT ORNOT. three were dismissed; and nine Telephone 3o9-4040 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida
luncheons and invite were referred i to or 359-0271.
their commanding officers or ...rNEhRyNuxLEY officers for possible commanding
division officers. 2l t/T/5N vsn/a aL,5r action. disciplinary _VOL. 22 NO. 7 APRIL 23, 1964m






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Stenographers, Legal Stenos, Typists :. J
Transcribers, PBX Key Punch, t
The remarkable advances In Comptometer Operators. v I I
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modern warfa re and as a boomIng I ,
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The documentary which dis-
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Manhatten can be "photo-
t graphed" from the sky during the ESPECIAL
blackest of nights,without a single
light, will be broadcast on "The
SERVMART--W.L. Walker of the NAS Supply Department Serve- Twentieth
Century", Sunday, 994!
mart, shows the representatives from the Pulp and Paper Store- April 26, 6:00-6:30: PMonWJXT, = DINNER I
keeper Association, the NAS Jax system for issuing office and Television 4 In Jacksonville.
janitorial supplies. (L-R) H.L Matthews, Sonoco'products, A.G. Highlighting the new emphasis Y0U< CAN.EAT: t
Elliott, St. Regis Paper Co., and J.P. Howle of Sonoco Products. photo reconnaissance Is receiving tt
t
(Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) In the cold war, OPEN DAILY We Make a
1IO.A.M. TO 10 P.M. Specialty of
"Cameras Aloft, Secrets Below"shows i
some of the planes specially -
0ator Squadron' Visits developed and equipped to per- HE7. SHRIMP CATFISH I

HAS Jax VP-5 'Mad Foxes'The miles form their above photographic the earth or mission at tree- CHICKEN OYSTERS 1 1)

top level STEAKS I'
The enormous strides made by TAKE-OUT SERVICE I
U. S. Naval Reserve Squadron was officially dubbed the commercial aerial photographyand BANQUET SERVICE I
741, known throughout five "Honorary Florida Naval Air Its many applications in I'p1aC 5 BUSINESS MEN'S
continents as the "Florida Gator Militia" by Florida Governor civilian life, even to measuringthe LUNCH '
Squadron" was officially received Charles Johns In 1954 when It was amount of ore taken froma I
aboard by the "Mad selected as the first reserve copper pit are explained and 3438 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771 5581
Foxes" of VP-5 at NASJackson- squadron ever to deploy over- demonstrated by Dr. John
ville on April 13. seas and operate with the Fleetas Whitaker an expert In the field.
VP-741 with over sixty per- a reserve group.
cent of Its personnel being residents The local reserve squadronwas
of the Jacksonville area, the first squadron of its I I
type to be recalled into active
duty In 1951 during the Korean
INTRODUCINGYOUR conflict and one of the first I
five called up because of the
NATIONWIDE AGENT Berlin situation. Many of Its

_. present members served with
,, the squadron during both actions.
-1"-1 Commander Jack A. Pate
"H.1\ Commanding Officer of VP-5,
,, .. welcomed Cdr. Richard Oriear
> .
Y"" ,' ', ',<' CO of the reserve unit, as.the
''; ,! reserves augmented the regular
l.:
Navy sub-hunters for two weeksof 4538 SAN JUAN AVE.
.. antl-submarfne[ warfare train-

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Commendation from President
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A MAN WHO CAN SAVE radio heater.Auto., trans., radio, heater.
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YOU TIME AND MONEYON squadron In the Atlantic FleetIn 63 CHEVROLET WAGON . .$2295 60 FALCON . . . .$795
INSURANCEffjATIONWIDE Radio, heater.
YOUR much the same it wouldbe Auto. trans., radio heater.
way 60 FORD STARLINER . . .$1195
done in the event of a national 63 T-BIRD CONVERTIBLE . .$3695
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V-8, automatic, radio,. heater.
Nome Office Columbus,0 weeks of training this week. Radio, heater.
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V-8, radio,. heater. Auto trans., V-8, Double power.
62 CORVAIR "700" . . '. .$1295 59 OLDS 2-DOOR HARDTOP . .$1095
Automatic! trans., radio, heater. Double power.
MONEY IN 1 DAY 62 VOLKSWAGEN . . . $1295 58 FORD WAGON . .$595
Heater. Auto trans, radio, heater.m

61 FORD WAGON . . .$1495 56 OLDS SEDAN . . .$495 ,.5r
S25 to wo Automatic, radio, heater. V-8, Auto trans, .power steering & brakes.

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EV 95546FULL has finally"rolled aro &iJ'or' hundreds f. l
..,. . .. .. wait The patiently season to crowd the beaches, but it is also tirru: people o.who ,

'SPECI.ALlstS. ,IN QUALITY APPLIANCES' ., 'JY ."SY'EAO.e.' RASlOir thing besides people .pi!> [the, beaches.JIB For instance. thi !F r-ornnjcse; \

Man-Of-War.: \I.-IUrA
An article in the MaroB issue
FACTORY WESTltiGHOUSEu; of Time magazine tells-,pf,the FjRABraWliO l

E J'I' 'fFINANCING FACTORY SERVICE Man-Of-War describes themso >J, : p ]

'I'1i', It's easy to buy the best on low Radio dispatched service fleet It also they states are easily that 'th recognized.-months, The Fleet Reserve pnnclH]
will hold
finance costs (Nation-wide) the.rponthswhen their quarterlymem.
,March and April, are
No money down .Largest parts inventory north the poisonous jellyfish) be sbjf>;award steak dloner! ,April
b.. Preferred credit rating privileges Florida usually wash ashore. 25 from 6 p.m. until 8:30: pm"
New accounts invited .Courteous technicians ', TheiManOfWar;' I is1 in the at the club house SS.)4 Roose
.' .24-hour emergency switchboard jellyfish class and .is a, ,very velt Blvd.'
The 'menu will be .
12
pretty pale purple. It can secretea bone steak, baked oz. ?

WASHER AND DRYER ulent nerve as the poison king almost cobra's as venon.vir- ed salad, hot rolls potatoes, butter toss.and
coffee. All members
The mass of jelly is rarely and their
guests are Invited.
more than"eight inches across
and has scores of tentacles up
DIPLOMAT 27" to 50 ft., or even 100 ft., long.
These tentacles are like stringsof
beads, containing tiny poison
STACKED-BOTH ONLY 27N. cells.
WIDE The instant a tentacle touches
a bather, hundreds of poison
cells go into action in a fractionof 8Es1

WK PICKLE Q N HE M01I Most a second.victims step on a dying

Man-Of-War washed up on the

.J.., beach, and they receive what feels
"HEAVY DUTY"WASHES like a scorpion sting. When the
tenacles are drawn across the

II & DRIES UP TO 30 LBS. legs they feel like the lashingsof Contact me todayl)
red-hot wires. I
I OF CLOTHES AT THE SAME TIME The extreme pain may last an JOE
i :
II hour and dull pain may last a j}
i J Heavy Duty Laundromat Washer and couple of hours. The welts per- ,
Electric sist for up to three months. 'ill IUTEN
Dryer. position Water Saver I
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Club Acey Duocy Blue Jackets Inn USD Notes Ladies AIIUia"

I Club Poin'sTHURSDAY Has Spring Time

THURSDAY, APRIL..23 APRIL 23 THURSDAY, APRIL 23-
At
I Happy Hour THURSDAY, APRIL 23 Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings8p.m.12a.m. Homemade Goodies Night Party HospitalThe
Happy Hour 4:30p.m. -6:30p.: m.
24 .
FRIDAY APRIL
'. FRIDAY, APRIL 24 Ladies Auxiliary of the
t t Marc Castle FRIDAY, APRIL 24, FRIDAY, APRIL 24 Juke Box NightSATURDAY Fleet Reserve Association Unit

SATURDAY, APRIL 25 Phil Cay 8:30 p. m. 12:30 a.m. Special-DanceBand8p.m.. APRIL 25 126 held a spring time Ward
Mon-
Party at the Naval Hospital
Bud Clark SATURDAY, APRIL 25 SATURDAY APRIL 25 CO-ED Night day April 20.Mrs. Conly.Ownby
II ; 1 Marc Castle 8:30 p. m. March Wilson and Redcoats assisted Mrs. Diane Wells and
SUNDAY, APRIL 26 12:30 a. m.SUNDAY. 9 p. m. -1 a.m.SUNDAY SUNDAY, APRIL 26 Mrs. Reuben E. Mitchell In the

Cappies Combo APRIL 26 APRIL 26 Vespers and RefreshmentsSt. serving refreshments and playing
In the
Johns Presbyterian Church cards with the patients
ONDAY_ APRIL 27 Game Night 5:30p.m. 730p.m. Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings Surgical Ward. These panics areamonthlyaffalrandareaponsored:
Pizza Night Phil Cay 8:30 p. m. 11:30 p.m. 8 p. m.( MONDAY, APRIL 27 ,

MONDAY, APRIL 27 MONDAY. APRIL 27 Training course for volunteers by the Ladles of Unit-126s hospital -
7-8 p. m.TUESDAY. chairman Mrs. Ownby In
TUESDAY, APRIL 28 Happy Hour 4:30p.m.630p.m. Dining and Dancing cooperation with the Red Cross

Happy Hour 28 28 APRIL 28 Recreational Department
TUESDAY APRIL APRIL
TUESDAY, The next meeting of the Ladies
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29 Game Night 7:3Op.-9:30p.m.. Happy Hour 5 7 p. m. Game Night Auxiliary Unit 126 will be at

V. L P. Luncheon WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29 8 p. m., May 14, at the Fleet
Western Night Disc Jockey Show Reserve Hall, 7673 Blanding.
Open
Game Night 8 p. m. Boulevard.

People who yearn for the good Anyone wishing to donate
old days take It for granted they "0" Club VAP62W'lYesRaise merchandise to Channel 7
still would have Indoor plumbing, for its fund-raising auction .
electricity and television. Jour- Funds should call EL 5-6489 NOW
neyman,Barber. THURSDAY, APRIL 23

Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6 p. m.
EXPRESSWAY Dinner 6-9 p. m.. For ChildrenThe


APARTMENTS FRIDAY, APRIL 24 Officer's Wives of VAP-62 .. ".-
Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6 p. m. held a pot luck supper Saturday,
Dinner 6 9 p. m. April 18, at 7 p. m. and a floorshow
FURNISHED $65.00 Charley Jay 8 p. m. 12 a. m. was presented by the win- Cl/
ners of the Jimmy Strickland
UNFURNISHEDS55.00Children I SATURDAY, APRIL 25 Talent Show, held last month.
All proceeds from the show
Welcome Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6 p. m will go to the support of the foster 4IJr1(11(011'
Conveniently Locatedto Dinner 6 p. m. 9:30 p. m Indian children that thewlvesare
downtown Sam Ross 8:30 p. m.12:30: a.m supporting.

NAS and Cecil WESTS IDE 1/O* i io
SUNDAY, APRIL 26

CLEO DAVIS Buffet 6 p. m. 9 p. m., UHAULRENTALS ,
prime ribs of beef, steamship 4p ry4.i
REALTORS-INSURORS round, sea food casserole 4753 BLANDING BLVD. .9q
588 S. EdgewoodEV fried chicken with all the trimmings PHONE 771-5092 1$

4-6444-CO 4.9442WESTSIDE SAVE 75 % OF

MONDAY APRIL 27 MOVING COST

Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6 p. m.
Dinner 6 p. m. 9 p. m. 10% DISCOUNTTO


TUESDAY, APRIL 28 \ .

Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6 p. m. MILITARYPERSONNEL BID 'N'BUY

Foreign Dish Night (Germany) MODEL CITY AVIATION at (meson Airport has donated$1000
6-9 p. m.WEDNESDAY. worth of flying lessons to the Channel 7 Auction to be given
RENT LOCAL OR ONE-WAY
in this Beechcraft
"Musketeer"
APRIL 29 airplane.
Trucks, Trailers, Tow-Bars,
Happy Hour 3:30 p. m. 6 p. m. Car Top Carriers, Hand.Trucks
Family Night 6-9 p,m. & Bumper Hitches.
All the fried chicken you can eat.

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CONVENIENT COMPLETE ,=- Highest Trade-in AllowanceEasy Hammond Organ and bench donated by Hammond Organ and
t 4i MODERN ... Terms The Nicest Treatment in Town Piano Studios of Jacksonville.Two .
COMMERCIAL J
BANKING lots near Palatka, donated by St. Johns Harbor, Palatka,
SERVICES USED CARS Florida.A .
t"I 1964 Buick station wagon donated by Key Buick Co.
Mow/ ; 0ayec, Uses Cars at TAO Big Lots;
,..,. -A 53.foot mobile home donated by St. Johns Mobile Homes.,
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. Would You Like To Be "Miss CPO?" "If Ya'Ask Us"Who New Location For--

The contest for the selection of plications for the contest can be Navy Wives ClubThe
"Miss CPO NAS Jax" will be picked up from the Individual do you think will win the FRAts Branch 126
held on May 24, at the HAS Jax leading CPO Unit CPO or Club World Series this year? J

CPO Club. Women 16 years of advisor. There will be prizesfor Branch 126 of the Fleet
all finalists. Club Jax 188 Re.
Wives
or older, but not 21, and Navy serve Association, has
age The CPO Club will also 22 at moved
spon- Wednesday, April from the
met on Yukon
are military personnel or House Carnival ,. ,. location to the
and sor an Open on the clubhouse on Enterprise Avenue ; new meeting hall located
dependents single are at 7573
May 23, 10 a.m.-12:30 a.m. with Mrs. Wilbert Wagner Blinding Boulvard
eligible to enter. just North
and May 24, 12:40 p.m. until of
presiding.Mrs. Collins Road.
Rules, requirements and ap-
closing. receivedinto
Dave Hank was
the club as a new member. 1<: The first
Auto Liability Insurance Reports were given by the chair- .'. will be regular held this branch meetIng -
man of the committees and Mrs. evening at
f..J f.- 8 p.m. in the new
DUVAL COUNTY RATES Jack Drenstien,Social Chairman I ",." t. meeting hall
Over 25 Married.$39.00 Over 25 Singh.513.00 stated that there would be a ShipWreck ..... ..".'I>- ... Among the several imponant
:!1-25 Mo/rivd. . .S55.00 21-25 Single . .S72.00 for membersand Cdr. D. C. Sttley. Admin. Of- items; to be discussed will be
Under 21 Married $67.00 Under 21 Single. .5115.00 party possible revision to
Giants will membership
ficer"The They'lltake
25 8
on April at p.m.
guests
6 MO. POLICY MONTHLY PAY PLANMcDOUGALl'5 Costumes will be worn. it four games straight. No- eligibility. Also, a prominent
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JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 7

13th to the following gifts; a week-
Annual Magnolia Ball Is end in Nassau for two via Mackey

Airlines as guests of the Nassau
Scheduled At "O" Club, May 1 Harbor Club on the American..

Dining, Dancing, the sweet rI Plan; a world's fairNiagraCyclo
-war f8ltMr scent of Magnolia Blossoms Tickets for the ball, on sale Massage Chair from Colonel
combined with the atmosphere of for $5 per person, should be Kivepelto; $50.00 gift certificate
the old South. . . purchased before April 27. frpm Furchgotts; one case of imported -
This scene will be the 13th Additional donation tickets are champagne; Dennis
annual Magnolia Ball to be pre- available at $.50 or three for watch; and a decorator lamp from
: sented by the Jacksonville $1.00.Tins entitling the winners Joe Lerner.
4 j Officers' Club Friday, May 1
and Saturday, May 2 at the Of- MILITARY PERSONNEL YOUNG DRIVERS .
ficers' Club, NAS J ax.
Featured on the program will Now you qualify to insure your car with a company specially formedto
be the ComFairJax Combo and serve your needs and get these BIG advantages:

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SHE'LL DO AMYTHING-MSgt, H. Barten, of the AE Liasion (Continued from page 1)) FOlIATES AND tfiUteUtHlINSURANCE C COMPANYINFOIMATION
Office, shows off his radio controlled plane which will be doing are for D. E. Bentien YNCA; A. A.'",.., c..vaa
stunts in the Rebel Rally, May 23-24. Batten's aircraft is on T. D. Owens, AECA, and R. E. C---j::,!:::.sCL..c.
12 channels and do anything the real do Bock, AELThose
can plane can and then .
Jacksonville Office: 338 W. Forsyth Street Phone: 355.8424
some. This is just one of six aircraft he owns. It can climb to to be effective on a dateto
10,000 ft., hit speeds up to 85-90 m.p.h., and has a range of 30 be announced:
miles. To get all of this, it took a lot of time and a $600 invest J. D. Coffee. PNCA; J. E.
Photo Ron Gardner Perkinson. AECA, and W. H. VA-FHA
ment. (Navy by PH2)) Teague, PRCA.

be Joe Mead, O&R Operations R. J. Burgess AD]1; A. E. '
Models Do Analysis Division, Who will be Cutcher, AK1; R. F. Hargett, : SALESDid
doing stunt and precision flying ADJ1; 1... F. Hinken, ADJ1; K. L.
"Dog Fights" with the U-controlled planes. Howard, AO1; F. 1.. Laluzerne, Did you know that for as little
There will also be a glider AE1; B. J. Roberts. AglG.; R. E. MEAD INC. as $50.00 down and from $50
contest for boys and girls underten Robers, AE1; J. L. Thompson, REALTOR to $95 per month 2,3 and 4
At ExhibitionOnce years of age with gliders being ADJ1; P. S. Thomas, A El; E. J. bedroom, 1, 1 1/2 and 2 bath
furnished by the "Flying White, AME1, and J. U Wilins WALTER SCRUB homes may be purchased? If
again the famous aerial Hornets" model airplane club. AEL U.S.N. (RET.) you are buying, don't fail to
"dog fights" will be seen in the Refreshments will be served. D. L. Anderson AX2; O. T. investigate these opportunitiesRES.
skies, >but this time it will be Starting May 23-24, the Angle, YN2; D. R. Buriss AE2; ACL BLDG. 355-5474 in today's market.
between two small, model air- National A A meet, Rebel Rally M. C. Jeffcoat AE2; L G. Kon- 721.0851
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April 26, at the Duval county's Homer Barten, AE School Travis AMS2, and T. J.Trotter, BIG CHIEF TIRE GO I
Model Airplane Flying Field on NATTC, who will do some radio J02. ,
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8 JAX AIR HEWS ,


I Employee-IV anagement, A Great Step Forward Johnson speaks I IThe ,

Second Of Two Articles

employee-management cooperation the program "a source of that there will be difficult questions policies and working conditionshas On IncentiveThis
program In the Federal strength in the civil service... to be worked out and I been extensive and generallyin
service l is a great step forward." vein," the CSC
"continuing to move am confident all concerned will [ a cooperative
ahead satisfactorily" and no "We must rely," heseld,"up- seek fair and reasonable solution Chairman told the President.Two ( Is the second In a series
changes are recommended at this on the creative energies of em- [ of these problems within[ the major features were added ',of articles covering' the Gov-
time. Civil Service Commission ployees to help insure> that personnel framework of Executive Order to the program In 1963-the ernment Employees t Incentive
Chairman John W. Macy, Jr., practices and working 10988. Standards of Conduct for em wards Program and JLOth anniversary -
reported to President Johnsonon conditions in Government are the "This program is a great step ployee organizations and a Codeof of that progra 1.)
the second anniversary of the best that can be devised." forward. It is important that it Fair Labor Practices, and President Johnson )as asked
program. The program was "I believe," the President continue to be put into effectin prollslons voluntary ;:payroll agency heads "to make clear to
launched by Executive Order added, "the progress made thus accordance with its intended withholding of employee;organl- your; staff that each Government;
10988 of January 17. 1962. far in setting up an orderly purposes. We must all work together zation dues, Mr. Macy said. employee is responsible,not only
system of [ (fordoing: his assigned )job to the
President Johnson in responding relationships Is most to achieve the full potential
to Mr. Macy's report called encouraging. !It understandable it affords for Improve- best fof! his ability,|iijut t ,; also for
ments in the public service." MoviesMovies : : devising and proposing ways to
Mr. Macy said that a third of : improve his performance."
THE BANK OFORANGE all Federal employees now belong "In the months ahead," CSC
to Government employee will be shown regularlyat Chairman Macy said, "the
PARK organizations and that member- 7 p. m. on Monday through special 10th anniversary awards
ship in them "appears to be Saturday; at 2 p. m. and 7 p. m. program should serve as an additional -
grownlng at a modest rate." He on Saturday; and Sunday, at the means through which
,. added that employee organi- Ma inside and NATTC Theatersand managers, supervisors, and individual -
COMPLETE zations have achieved recognition at 7 p. m. only on Sundayat employees can give
'
CONFIDENTIAL --- q I Iw and are dealing with man the Hospital Theater. These practical support to President
,, 1 ,,.. ,
COURTEOUS j. agement in some 50 percent of times are subject to change. Johnson's pledge to Congress that
l 1 all Federal installations. expenditures will be administered -
'
BANKING t : :,, He reported that outside the THURSDAY, APRIL 23 with utmost thrift and frugalityand
SERVICE '' ,r' Post Office Department, em- Mainside Sage of the Saxens that Government will set an
ployee organizations representing Jeannet Scott, Ronald Leido example for prudence and
( 180,000 workers In 420 NATTC -Old Rex William economy In !its operations."
Government installations have Foster Since it began on November
HIGHWAY I 17 won exclusive recognition. Post Hospital Secret Passion-Mont 30, 1954, the Government-wide
Office agreements,hesald,cover gomery Clift, Susanna York Incentive awards program has
ORANGE PARK FLORIDA Member 22,892 units with 490,000 employees proved a rich source for
F.D.I.C. FRIDAY, APRIL 24 economies and greater efficiency
"Consultation on personnel Mainside Monkey In Winter in the Federal Government. In
Jean Cabin, Paul Belmondo less than nine years, more than
NATTC Sage of the Saxons 818,000 employee suggestionshave
WE ORDERED TOO MANY Jeannet Scott, Ronald Leido been adopted, totaling near-
Hospital -Old Rex William ly $584 million in measurable
CHRYSLERSMANY Foster benefits to the Government., _

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29 Phone 771-2803
Mainside -Gypsy-Rostland Rus- PARTIES ARRANGED
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Underwater in Test
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deep-diving volunteers may Ad should be mailed tc. the JAX AIR Nf.\\S. 4724' Chde.Uiksonville Uri\.t't. I

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( officer will live and work ()() XOT SEND C\SH MM :

week 192 ft. under the sea for a three RATE: Minimum charge( lines) . S1.6ofin
period In a project called ,
SEALAB I to test man's ability Per additional line ((4 wotds per line). ,354"

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JAX Aljr :: 3&ND Boxers



.. NEWSChildless SPORTS Go' All The Way

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M To; All Navy

Of AF679th

Trie? Sixth Naval District Boxingteam
r which was determined by
Pitches No-Hit Game the, recent matches Held in the
NAS';' Gymnasium, dg. 3, sent
three of it's memb f from the
The Naval Air Station 14, Marines 10 South ,Atlantic Reglor i 1 4ls 1 held in
Y S mural softball leagues got 14, Supply 13AMERICAN'LEAGUE Corpus Christi, Texas''w F the All
full swing this past week, ( Navy matches he 'I',at Mare
13, with 25 teams ; bland California,ttyfe'past) ) week
In the two leagues 5, Army AFES 2' \ .. April'14-16. I :
NationalIn 11, ComOffMess 2' The three participants were
the first week's action ---12, VP-45---11 heavyweight Mike Melancon, of
the main points of Interest 6, VP-16---4 Memphis Navy, 178 lb. Andy
the no-hit game pitched by ---12, VU-I0---2 Newbill Sanford and
THROWING IN THE FIRST BALL to get the Hospital softball Navy, Ray
Childress of the AF679th ---8, Weapons 2 Malphurs 139 lb. boxer from
team started in the NAS Intramural Leagues, is Capt. William
G. Lawson, CO of the Naval Hospital.Has pital was pittedagainstthe when the AF "dlamondmen" lBIS, VP-5---3 Memphis Navy Their outcomewas
a 20-1 decisive victory 15, VP-5---3 not known at time.
press
AF679th squad and came out on the short end of the
by the of 90. ( Photo Harold game A/C Matntnance. In this 4, VP-16---1 The Jax Navy boxers that went
score Navy by Benson, AA)
Chlldress struck
12
out ---3, VP-45---2 to the Regional matches were
the 15 batters he faced in 10, AP-62---2 165 lb. Jerome Flowers and 132
five inning contest. 12, VU-10---2 Ib. Nat Payton. Both of these
Let Mrs. Anderson Prepare A Delicious Dinner In Her Own Kitchen For You, Results of the first boxers lost in the 'Regional
action: matches by decisions.
Anderson's Kitchen NATIONAL LEAGUE Joe Cannon the 147 lb. 6ND
Champion from Jax Navy did not
TAKE-OUT ORDERS'ONLYSpecializing NARTU 19, A/C Maint 4 Mixed participate in the South Atlantic
In Supply 17, Fleet Photo 14 Regionals due to a severly
._ EV 8-7205 INDIVIDUAL FAETU 7, Dispensary 0 Ball To sprained finger suffered in his
OR Tourney
CHICKEN OK
j O&.R15, VA3513CFJ 6ND championship fight.
SHRIMP DINNERS FAMILY SIZE 19, Marines 4 f"O&R The remaining member on the
AF679th 9, Hospital 0 Held April 26 6ND team was Bob Pearo, of
AF679th 20, A/C Maint 1 Memphis Navy, who was also
Hospital 8, CFJ 7 l defeated by a decision in the
VA-35--8, FAETU 6 '. all Station mixed two ball Regionals.Life .
tournament will be held Sun-
5857 Roosevelt Blvd. 'r;; Hours: 11 A.M. to 9 P.MU.
/ April 26 at the NAS Links.
.s. 17 r South ,.; r (Closed On Monday) matches are open to all Living, We live in deeds,
not in breaths. P.
members and their years; thought
I OPTIMISM\ .A'CUE: can make up your guests.own J. Bailey, Management Digest
t fRANE or:MIND TUAt .
TRANSPORTATIONPROBLEM
i ENABLEGA' will be awarded for the
ISINilEVEN1UOLJGH: IN net, low gross, closest to
1 WAR UP fO IfG N06 pin (short holes), longest ?
(selected holes), etc. I know servicemen's prob-
ffSpbl 7i '>t' / q' %7"d steak dinner with draft beerI I lems. I can arrange to
be served at 5:00 p. m. finance rated personnel withno
for the matches are: money down, on clean
couple for the matches 12-months' guaranteed reconditioned -
jI ; $3 per couple for the used cars and
I only; and $2 for each give you top dollar on tradein -
guest. Additional in- on new or used cars,
COLOR ,
I can be obtained by regardless if your car is paid
Jack Piva, at the Golf for or not. Call today
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iiJiLyp1F HAS- lax To Host J


6ND Competition HAS Will HostIn JUDO



4Y' a d; Arms Matches 2nd Jax City N

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Competiton In the Sixth Naval

District Rifle and PIstolmatcheswill Judo TourneyOn
be held here, at NAS and

Camp landing May 4-14, with Saturday Apr 11'25 the Jaw to 1:30 p.m. Boys competition'>.
the awards heldat
ceremony being Navy Judo Club and the Naval 1:30 p.m. to 3:00' p.m.; boys
the NAS Theater on May 15. awards 3 mens competition
Air Station will host the second p.m.; ?
Approximately six officers, 10 Jacksonville City Judo tourna- 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.;
chief petty officers, and 35 other ment. and the mens awards will be
enlisted personnel will competeIn presented at 4:30 following the
All Judo men and boys in the
- the matches, of which NAS matches. ,
City of Jacksonville are Invitedto
Jax will enter both rifle and pis-
participate In these matches. Trophies will be awarded for'the ; .
tol teams. The Jax teams have
The only restriction on partic- first place winners In each

CHIEF A.D. DAVIS, fishing with a live shlnner, caught this not been determined at this time. ipants is that Judoka with other age or weight group, with rib-
lb. Black Bass at the mouth of Black Creek. Chief Davis willIr.nort Those vlelng for the squad will than Kodakan Belt ranks will bons awarded for the second

,9.,,_H for duty. the first of May at the AO School, NATTC offs compete in order.n qualification that Jax can shoot-field participate with the white belts. and third place positions.THANKFULNESs .
The entry fee will be $1.00 for
the best possible team. A 7yearoldboy
Navy Flying Club Top Linksters Personnel Interested In vlelng both The the tournament men and boys.will be held was walking home from Sun-

for the Jax Navy team can gain day School with his father one
at the NAS Recreation Building.
Mid-Way In further Information by contactingR. day. Without looking up he said,
NAS Gym, Bldg. 3. Spectatorsare
To Hold PicnicAt T. Fitzpatrick, AMSCA, at invited to attend and there "Daddy," why don't we thank
Ext. 686 from 7 a.m. to 3:30 God for the things we don't have
will be no admission charge.
Herlong FieldThe Spring TourneyThe p.m., dally. The schedule for events of the *to have but we get them anyway?"
The NAS Weapons Department Rev. Don Jennings, Prairie
leading LJ: will provide the appropriate Farmer.
holes of the annur' 36 hole Full
Club will
Jax Navy Flying ranges and will have personnelat
hold It's"Get Acquainted Picnic"at Handicap NAS Spring Cup Tour- these ranges to ensure safe YOUR FRIENDLYBQWL0MATIC
Herlong Field on Friday April nament are: Burt Morris with a operations during the meet.
67 R. Whitmore with a
net ; Q.
7 Please bring LANES
24 at p.m. your
own food. The drinks and chips net 69; and Chuck Sturm with a GOSSIP He who relates the

will be furnished by the club, net 69.The. faults of others to you will relate BLANDING BLVD. AT CEDAR CREEK-
Bar-B-Qing facilities will be weekly Saturday blitz was your faults to the other
available won by Ray Kennedy, Frank fellow. GritFRENCH'S .
This picnic is for all memberstheir Miller, Frank Kadel andC. Floydall LANES AVAILABLE FOR OPEN BOWLING

families, and all personneland with Rusetta four under par's the 17th 68. 1 1 1SP JOIN A SUMMER LEAGUE OPEN BOWL
eagled
their families 'hat are interested Lucy
in joining the FlyingClub. hole ((462 yds) with a six iron. FOR 35$ PER GAME
Joe MacDonald (NAS Pro-
fessional) eagled the 14th hole

Live and learn is fine advicebut with a 11 iron and Albert Guay 1-4b02 EVERY DAY 8 A.M. to 6 P. M.
made a hole in one on the 165
the time do learn
by you 16th hole with a six iron.
anything, usually there Isn't much yard the fifth LEAGUES NOW FORMING FOR MIXED DOUBLES, MENS
Frank Scruby eagled
time left to live. Wilfred Beaver woods HANDICAP, LADIES HANDICAP, LADIES MORNINGSAND
hole ((510 yds) with two AFTERNOON COFFEE LEAGUES.
and a long putt.
PHONE HOMESP 1 LEAGUES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS

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FfMlAt'OJrcJ of the recent Ladies '\
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ST. s. WESCONNETT BLVD. here on the NAS links was Mrs. JAX. the Friendly Folks atRIVERSIDE

FLOWERSOR Peter Gushanas who carded a SALES 4 Sf-/Cf/ ON

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HAS Linksters Burns Rolls 670 SeriesTo



Slice Into 2nd Post Highest 600 Game


Week Of ActionThe -
William Burns, bowling For the Play Boys 3, Air Frames 1
Mix Master Keglers, posted the NARTU 12--3, Marines 1 CARS
second week's play In the highest 600 series in the Spring Pan Handlers 4, Rejects 0
Intramural Golf leagues shapedup Intramural Bowling Leagues, as VA-35---3. Baymen 1 IN
In this manner: he shattered the pins time and FICEUR 3--3.. Owl Hoots 1 I
AMERICAN LEAGUE again to tabulate a 670 series. Electrons 4, AF679th 0 A
HANDICAP The results of last weeks action Thunderheads 4, Bombers 0 4.0
were:
VP-16"-6. Supply 3
Admin 5, A/C Maim 4 AMERICAN LEAGUE: REMINGTONLIFETIME
VP-30 "A"--5, VAP-62---4 Griffins 4, Cursors 0 CONDITION
Hosp"A"--B, VP-45---1 Doc's 3, CFJ "1T" 1
Cannon Cockers 2, FICEUR #HI# 2 AT
SCRATCH Needlers 4, Crash & Fire 0
VP-16--4, Supply 2 Chiefs 4, Sky Warriors 0 GUARANTEE -
A/C Maim 4. Admin 2 Mad Foxes 4. Cutters 0
VP-30 "AM--4. VAP-62---2 Falcons. 4. Marlins 0 100% Nylon -
Hosp"A" 6, VP-45---o
CONTINENTAL LEAGUEMix
NATIONAL LEAGUE "PIONEER"Tubeless
HANDICAPCFJ Masters 4, Spartans 0 and
Pizzan's 3, CFJ "A" 1BB *
Tube-Type
8, FAETU 1 Stackers 3, FICEUR S2--1
VP-5--5 1/2. VP-30"B"31/2 Spoilers 4, Burgermasters 0ComStoreS COOl 13 1050650x13
FICEUR 7 1/2. Hosp"B" 11/2 --4. NARTU f 1--0 1750x14
Alley Cats 3, Paymasters ###1--1 12.50800x14
SCRATCHCFJ Paymasters |2--2, Avions 2 14.25.670x15
6, FAETU 0 Protons 4, Black Shoes 0 0.760x15 63 IMPALA STATION WAGON . ..$2895Auto
VP-30"13" 4 VP-5---2 .
V2 NATIONAL LEAGUE 13.50.820x15 trans, R&H, power steering, brakes and
FICEUR 5 Hosp"D" 1/2 .
15.50 tinted fact. air.
Rookies 3, Phantoms 1 windows glass luggage rack WSW
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I-jtc. |/ $ Tax..Nbiterrdi 2.00
NO DOWN PAYMENT 63 IMPALA SPORT COUPE . . .$2395
TROUBLE Nerver attempt to !IMAGINATION -The imaginationis
bear more than one kind trouble the powerhouse that suppliesthe HUGHES BROS. R&H, Auto/Transmission, Power Steering

kinds at once.: AU Some they people have bear had.three all call mysterious inspiration.force William which Kean we TIRE CO, 63 IMPALA SPORT COUPE. . .. . $2395
409, 4 speed trans. R&H, Nice.
have and all they expect and Ex- "
they now Seymour, "Inspiration : AN .VAN AT ROQSfc'E
to have. Megiddo Message. perience." E'" 4 : 63 BEL AIR . . . . . $1995
air conditioned.,
R&H
------ 4 door
A loose tongue can often lead to

Thison.a few loose teeth. Lavonne PIZZA niwUJ 63 MONZA COUPE . . .'. . :$1795
4 speed trans, RA&R..lust like new.

r C 62 I IMPALA SUPER SPORT.$2195
.5* -\ TAKE OUT ORDERS .DINING ROOM Radio& heater auto trans., pwr. steer, bucket
seats. Nice as new

z" PREMIUM ITALIAN BEER SANDWICHES CHOICE SPAGHETTI CUT STEAKS 62 IMPALA 4 DOOR HARD TOP. .$1795

N L J "PIZZA. R&H, Auto/trans, P.S., Black with red interior.
..
o our specialty" 61 BEL AIR . . . . . .$1395
4 door, auto trans. R
W FRANK DERIOCSON 61 PLyMOUTH. . . . . . .$69
In the Nears of Cedar Hjf/c Good-transportation.

g 3619 Blanding Blvd.-Ph 771-0170 60 IMPALA SPORT COUPE . . .$1395
V-8, straight stick, R&H. Nice.

: The surfers
f meet the & CORVAIRS CORVAIRS CORVAIRS
: ,:1& musclemenwith DOGGONE TIRED???? MONZA'S 700's 500's
the
,: : '60's through '63's. Six ((6)) to choose from!

A FROM $795 up.

skin 9 59 IMPALA SPORT COUPE. ;.,,.. $1095
I .., 4 n r V-8, 4-ln-the-floor R&H, white with red interior,

..... :. clean as a pin.
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_ 59 PLYMOUTH STATION WAGON $695
FRaNKIe Ne1Te. W V-8, auto. trans R&H, power steering and brakes.
k AVaLON FUNIOOLLO! One owner, low miles. Best buy in town.

55 CHEVROLET STATION WAGON $495

MuSCLE? 4-door, V-8, radio heater, auto trans.


6BEAC1IIn 55 CHEVROLET "210" 2DOOR.. . $295

Renting does get tiresome and the rent they're Radio& heater, straight stick.
asking-.they should wear six-guns!
WHERE IS THE BEST ANSWER???
Value safe BELLAIR 75% of our business is with

coLoR PANAVJSION 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, service personnel..Visitus
$68 month
per and you'll see why!

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Sat and Sun. 8:30: a.m. 8:00 p.m.
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