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Creation Date: April 30, 1964
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Publl.Kd by the Holt Publl hng! Company private: firm. Opinions exp .t>.4 by the publUW and _It."* herein are Mr own and not to b. considered on official expression of any military deportment.The .
appearance of advertisement In this publication does not constitute I an endorsement of any military deportment of the product or service advertised.

VOL. 22 NO. 8 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA APRIL 30, 1964




Ball Set wrcr&u- -r-- Repair Work To Close





For Fri., NAS Runways 10 DaysJacksonville



d ,x a&. Naval Air Static i will be completely closed to alls

Sat.Eves air traffic except by helicopter, this weekend and air operationsabout

iSr will be kept to a minimum for 10 days while workman repair

Work by the units of the Jack- the runways and Install a hydr aullcally operated aircraft landingBe

sonville Officers Wives Club for v arresting gear.

the Thirteenth Annual Magnolia The repair work, done by civilian E-3EXGtnl To

Ball to be held tomorrow and contractors, will Include extensive -

Saturday Is nearing completionwith repairs and resealing of Issued By

Mrs. A.N. Fowler Coordinator the concrete runways.

and Mrs. T, A. Graham as The arresting gear to be Installed Exam Center

co-coordinator for the affair. Is similar to the ones
The U. S. Naval
The and posters are aboard thegtant aircraft carriers Examining
programs
Center Great Lakes III is
being completed by Mrs. C. W. and will be used when fleet air- ,
developing two examinations for
Young; raffles and door prizesby _,'l- craft are forced to make emer- each of the general apprentic-
Mrs. J. E. Wall, Mrs. C. J. landings at NAS.The equip-
A PROUD FIRST-FIRST-Mr Peter W. Hennessy (ILl), who was the gency eships at the pay grade E-3
Brown and Mrs. W. L. Hoglan, ment can also be used as an
first child born at the Jacksonville Naval Hospital, proudly shows when planes level AN, CN, DN, FN, HN,

treasurer. her first born to her ;mother, Mrs. John H. Johnson at the Jack. emergency measure trouble on take- SN, and TN.
(See Magnolia Ball on Page 9)) develop engine Each examination will have
a
sonville Naval Hospital. Name of the history-making infant?Why, off.

Peter William Hennessy, Junior, of course. (See Story on Page 7- During the 10-day period,most total of 150 ltem>, 100 basedon
the qualifications set forth
Hornet Vets Navy Photo by Ron Gardner_ PH2)) of the squadrons operating from the Naval as Center
by Examining ,
NAS Jacksonville wllf use Cecil

Field. Attack Squadron 35, which Great Lakes.
Being Sought Marine Bks. Holds files the propeller-driven Sky- Exams are expected to arriveat
NAS Jax by June L instruc-
raider, will continue to operate
tions and scoring keys will be
For Photo from the station's alternate run-
Change of CommandChange provided. It will not be necessary
ways. for commands submit requeststo
It has been reported that there The runways work will be done
the Naval Examining Center. _
are many men working aboard by the Llttlefleld ConstructionCo.
the Naval Air Station who are of command cere- L ztt ., of Waycross, Ga., under a The next Pay Grade E-3 examination I

veterans of the USS Hornet monies were held at the Marine $86,293 contract. The Southwide will be on May 12,

(CV-8)), the aircraft carrier that Barracks last Thursday as Major Construction Co., of Augusta, 1964. qualifications( and participation -

transported General Doollttle and George A. Wickman handed the Ga., will Install the arresting requests must be turnedIn

his fliers on their Tokyo raidon reins to Captain Walter G. 'r gear under a $43,102 contract. by tomorrow.

18 April 1942. Smith, Jr. Capt. Smith had pre-

All employees who are viously served as Marine Bar- VA-15 Leaves

veterans of the carrier CV-8 racks executive officer, since r Relief
4 Navy NAS For Tour
are urged to report to the main August 1963. S 4

entrance of the Overhaul and Re- The ceremony was highlightedby tV .* fy +

pair Department at 2:30 p. m. the traditional passing of the M With 6th FleetAttack

on Thursday, May 14. It !Is Intended Marine Corps Flag to the Drive Begins Squadron 15homebasedhere

to photograph the groupat assuming commanding officer,
at NAS Jax, left Mayport,
such time and discuss after which Wickman departed
plans Major -
Fla., Tuesday with Carrier Air
for a reunion. NAS Jax for his new Here May 4th
Wing One aboard the carrier USS
All men, military and civilian, assignment as head of the Com-
Franklin D. Roosevelt for a six-
In this who manda t's Tract Vechtles Wash-
living area, are ,
month deployment with the Sixth
veterans of the USS Hornet(CV8)are ) Ington/D. C. Navy Relief officials here at Fleet In the Mediterranean.

also Invited to attend. Capt. Smith will serve as temporary NAS Jax have announced that
Besides VA-15, Carrier Air
For further information con- Barracks CO until May 14 plans for the 1964 drive are
Wing One Is composed of four
tact Mr. A. D. Kent, Shop 3272, when the new commanding officerIs In full swing with the drive run- other squadrons based at NAS
O&R call arrive. His from May 4 through June
Department, or 264- expected to name ning Cecil Field. They are Fighter
6117. was not known at press time. 6, commemorating the Navy-
Squadrons 11 and 14;, Attack
Wickman the Marine Corps sea-air banksof
Major as com-
12 and 172-
Squadrons
Shore 'toursLengthened mand's senior officer, becamethe the Coral Sea and Midway. Deployed with the Rooseveltare

commanding officer last July. PRESENTING THE CORPS FLAG- During this period, voluntary the destroyer tender USS

He is a veteran of 19 years Mojor G. A. Wickman(LI)presenfs contributions to the Navy Relief Yellowstone and the fleet am-

military service. the Marine Corps Flag to Capt. Society are earnestly solicitedfor
munition ship USS Mazama, all
THt length of normal shore Capt. Smith, who lives with his W. G. Smith, Jr.,at recent change the relief of distress amongIts stationed at Mayport which will
tours for personnel in certain wife and Brian 2313 and Marine
Jane son at of command ceremonies held at own people, Navy rendezvous with 13 vessels from
IX ratings whose shore Drive Jacksonville and their fam-
Bow ,
group Peep Corps personnel
the Marine Bks. (Navy Photo by other East Coast ports for the
tour expired on or after will resume his executive officer ilies.

February 1, 1964, has been position upon the arrival of the Harold Benson SA) As In years past here at NAS crossing This deployment of the Atlantic.marks the

changed.The new Marine Barracks CO. Jax, donation tickets will be available -
the correct ... .. .. valuedIn second time this year that Second
following are --- ------- -------- -- -- ---------- -- toward top prizes
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Fleet units have to the
deployed
normal shore tour lengths for I j excess of $10,000. This year's
Med relieve their
to counter-
personnel In the IX ratings. : includes three auto-
New $75 Savings Bond prize list parts In the Sixth Fleet.
AQC, ;gl, and AQ2 tour mobiles: a red Chevelle Hard- e e e

l lengths are 42 months; rKCM, top, a white Mustang Convertiblewith "
Goes On Sale TomorrowSee (Editors note: For a first handwoman's
KCS, ?.DC, tour lengths are red interior, a red Mustang DAY
on a a-
48 months; PTCM PTCS, PTC, I Hardtop with black Interior; and report
board the carrier Roosevelt, see
PT1, PT2, PT3, and PlAN Page 4 I
(See Navy Relief on Page ((9)) Page 7.)
are 30 months.



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Saints'Protestant Chapel Services at the All 'tlhe Light Of The World"By

SUNDAY
.. t James F. Agnew, CDR, CHC, USN
a 'ys t 8:00 a.m. Service of tblyCom-
munion "Then Jesus spake again unto them saying, lam the light of the world
9:30 a.m. Service ofDmne Worship he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness but shall have the light;;

of lIfe."
9:30: a.m. Sunday School for ages In this saying of the Son of God we have a statement of fact and a prem.,
I 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 ise. Christ asserts that he is the light, illumining the world. The promise
11:00a.m. Service of Divine Worship is to those who have faith to follow for they will not have to grope abouiln

the world, stumbling and falling upon every obstacle, but shall have their
Youth FellowshipWEDNESCAY outlined before them.
OUT a little! Florida liquid sunshine beneath the wing ofa 6:30 p.m. way clearly f
The lights used nightly are taken forgranted but when the generators .j
NARTU aircraft are Captain R. F. Browning (LI) Executive Officerof 4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal fall and there is no electricity then the full force of darkness is empha- :

. NARTU with visiting; Reserve Law Officers, Capt. G. J. Barnett, sized. For one moment just imagine that there will be no electricity for
Capt. H. W. Gutekunst, Associate Counsel BUWEPS, and Capt. H. G. 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal tonight. What a confused state we would find ourselves in after the sun "
Fletcher Jr. Cdr. James K. Westfall, VR Assistant Training Officer had set. The faithful old candle would have to be brought out,The ball

(extreme right) explains some of the procedures that take placeat 12:00p.m. Holy Communion Also.on games would be postponed. The movies would be discontinued, and activities

NARTU. The lawyers spent last Monday touring Cape Kennedy. all Holy Days in general would be severely hampered.
They were flown from Jacksonville by NARTU aircraft to Patrick Catholic Services at St. Edward's A few years ago I had the rare privilege of going far, far beneath the i,
Air Force Base. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) Chapel NATTC and Naval HosPital surface of the earth, into the famous cavern called Mammoth Cave
The guide led the group along until he came to a large spacious room,
Our Freedom Rests On Law SUNDAY MASS In this place he had us stand still and remain quiet, and then to look around "1
6:30 a.m. U. S. Naval Hospital before he switched off the lights. When the lights werecut the ;a)i

This year Law Day will be observed tomorrow, May 1. It Is parti- 9:00 a.m. &' 11:00 a.m St. blackness and darkness engulfed us. It seemed that the blackness could 1
cularly appropriate that once each year we take time to consider and Edward's Chapel be felt. The eyes were useless for there was no reflection whatsoeverI,:
reflect upon the processes of law which are the foundation rock upon DAILY MASS at that depth. There was actually no need for eyes. This experience t
which our institutions and freedoms rest. 1L 30 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel was a lesson on the value of light and gave to me a new appreciation on ;
Our law is not the will of any individual but is shaped by logic, MONDAY & TUESDAY the wonders of seeing. God said let there be light and there was light

history custom and utility and only comes into being when a sub- 4:15 Hall, NAT"TCFRIDAY at the beginning of time. Man has created artificial light for the night I,
stantial segment of the population approve It. p.m. King and the name of Edison is known to every school boy, but man still .'
Our law thus expressed the opinion of the majority as to what con- needs God to enlighten his soul. The Incandescent lamp is not sufficientto
stitutes ccepted standards of conduct with due protection for minority 12:05 p.m.SATURDAY U. S. Naval Hospital guide the heart. Itdoes not give off enough light for the needy peoplesof

. views. the world. But God's light In the person of His Son gives a gleam that
In a state unless chaos Is to prevail, the population must learn to 9:00 a.m. St.Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY all can use. This light never fails.
live and work together and law governsthese interrelationships. Each
Individual who desires to see his state free and civilized had an obligation 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before Loyalty Day Observance TomorrowTomorrow
to obey the laws which his community has evolved, for his Masses
revolt weakens the fabric of order and freedom. Catechism Classes: Grade School
May 1, will be observed as Loyalty Day by the peopleof
for the Individual he hasa
Thus law Involves a dovetailed obligation ; SATURDAY
the United States and patriotic, civic and educational organizations,
role in shaping it and it is his duty to obey it, and his failure on either 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities as set forth by President's proclamation of April 14.
end will result In bad law or flaunted law and chaos.
building The text of the President's released the \White
722NURSERY proclamation, as by
With these thoughts In mind every Individual ought to take time to
House, is as follows
rededicate himself fulfill his In and Influencing :
to civic obligations shaping
The Naval Air Station
Nursery "The and of attributable
strength
vigor our nation is directly to
the process of law, and remember that his proper obedienceto
located In 560 Child '
Building on the dedication
The
devotion and of democratic
loyalty its people to
the law is the cornerstone of our order justice and freedom.
Street opens at 8:15 a.m. on.Sun- principles embodied In our constitution. We have had the good for
f day morning. Parents attendingSunday tune from the time of the inception of our system of freedom and
I Masses or Protestant ser justice under law to be blessed with sons and daughters who haven

vices may leave young children i willingly and courageously risked, or sacrificed, their lives and their
the nursery without charge.' fortunes in order that this nation might live and prosper. But the

wisdom and sacrifices[ of yesterday cannot assure the perpetuationof

Y our democratic institutions they can be preserved only by the
- Station Traffic constant vigilance of a devoted and dedicated citizenry. It Is for this

reason that the Congress, by a joint resolution of July 18, 1958 ((72 STAT
ViolationsThe 369)), designated May 1 of each year as Loyalty Day and called upon
the President to issue a proclamation inviting the people of the United
States to observe that day with appropriate ceremonies.

following Is a report of "Now, therefore, I I. Lyndon B. Johnson, President of the United
motor vehicle accidents and States of America do hereby call upon the people of the United States,
traffic violations for the period and upon all patriotic civic, and educational organizations to observe

April 19 through April 25. Friday, May 1, 1964, as Loyalty Day, in schools and other suitable
LAW SEMINAR-L( to R) Captain Carl F. Paul, Chief Trial Council places with appropriate ceremonies In which all of our people may
NASA, Washington, D. C.; It. James C. Payne, Wilmington, N. C.; NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis join in a reaffirmation of their loyalty to the United States of America

LCdr. Norman E. Duke, Winter Park, Fla.; and Lt. Gerald L. Blackburn week April 19 thru April "I I also call upon appropriate officials of the Government to dis

U. S. Coast Guard, Wynne, Ark. discuss the law Seminar" 25 . . . 5 play the Flag of the United States on all Government buildings on that
for Reserve Law Officers with Mr." Nathan Wilson, President of the Total Accidents this year day as 'a manifestation of our loyalty to the nation which that Flag

Jacksonville Bar Association. The Seminar was held last Thursdayin through April 25, 1964 .85 symbolizes.(

the ballroom of the George Washington Hotel. (Navy Photo by Total accidents through April rJ1? Vltnresuwhereof.. I have hereunto set my hand and caused
Ron Gardner, PH2)) 1963 . . . 87 3 J L6 United States of America to be affixed. Done at thecity
of
Washington this fourteenth day of April in the year of our
Number of days since last injury Tv0IT", ?6en hundred and sixty-four, and of the Independence of
in motor vehicle accident States of America
the one hundred and eighty-eighth.
.... IrLjI . . . .o Lyndon B. Johnson. By the President George W. Ball, Acting
Secretary of State."
NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis
iiaf
? week . .60
Speeding .i0
p; Ii
= S ; Reckless driving . 2 JA.X $
AIR NEW:
Going through stop sign .3
: Other violations . 45

Thirty-two drivers appeared
before the Traffic Hearing Boardat The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaperdistributed

i Ip x F M. the meeting held on April each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
f 27. Disposition of the cases Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
Include the following: 11 lost private firm An CoPY submitted for use in the .JAX AIR
NEWS
driving and parking privileges must be forwarded to the Service Information Office.
aboard station for various per ui,2' : ."s Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday! beforepublication.
w iods; two were assigned to complete News items are ueJcomM from all sources-
an eight-hour course In remedial Telephone E\ 9-7;11, Ext. 8162.
driving Instructions; ten Adxertisementsare solicited b.\ the publisher and quprw'
had suspended penalties; six were concerning such should be directed to the Holt PubUiluMII24
Company, ClYde DrheJacksonville 8 Florida-
,
given warnings; seven were dis
GARDEN CIRCLE-il to RI) Mrs. C. W.. Young Mrs. J. R. Ward and missed; and four were referredto Telephone 359-4040 or 359-0-71.

Mrs. K.: A. Parmelee arrange floral decorations for the MagnoliaBall. commanding officers for
VOL. 22 30,1964I
(Navy Photo) possible disciplinary action. NO 8JAX APRIL



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:30, 1964 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 3lf."l'

THE WAY IT HAPPENED (L- RI)
r-1 Dominic Commisso, A. D. Crews

W. E. Early and M. L. Reed, go

over the method of repairing

1LJ' glass panels while still in the air s 1

craft. (Navy Photo by J. C. Davis,

JOSN)



New Method

.\

\ Devised By 4


,, .'
'.
'
.".. 4cf' ... ,. \ I O&R EmployeesFour
t
,. '" itf :.
... men from the c&R De-
.
'"W"" '" .if m "'
'i, : : : partment have Implemented a
"- .- .
!I. ''f r...';. .or,>t. :, ,' -11': ., .,t fI. method to repair aircraft glass
.
tL. panels while installed on the air-
; "' '' craft by carefully cleaning and
;" :' :1 ,.r
1 ',," ;. ;( .t'" ,,.' polishing these panels, many
:,,' .'.t. which would have ordinarily been
discarded when found to be un-
HERE'S HOW-J. S. Lucus, BMC shows E. J. Jeffery, AT2, acceptable.

the art of repairing a boat at the NAS Fishing Camp. Thereare They are Dominic Commisso,

17 boats available for rent at the Camp for $3 a day. W. E. Early, A. D. Crews, and
(Navy Photo by J. C. Davis, JOSN) M, L. Reed. A
This procedure Is estimated to
result In man-hour and mat-
Fishing Thrills Offered
erial savings of approximately

$19,270 during the past quarter.
I By NAS Fishing Camp The Value Analysis ProgramIn
the C&R Department has-beenin

t Summer Is arriving, the Florida sun Is getting hotter, the water is effect approximately two
The
years. Is
getting warmer and the best part of the season, the fish are biting. program stUlgalnIng l ...
i Nearly everyone knows how relaxing it Is to lounge In a small momentum during the learn-
: I boat, drifting on the calm rolls of the river, and suddenly feeling ing curve and although it is not
I t the jerk on the line. That's where the fun begins.For expected to produce miracles,
value analysis is expected to
those who haven't experience -
these thrills, now Is the available, may also purchased result in substantial savings.

time to try It, for as little as $3a at the Camp. Fishing rods and
day, which will to be reels are available for checkoutat
prove CAN
YOUTAKE PRICES REDUCED ON ALL CARS
worth ten times that much. Special Seryices, Bldg. 704.
All of this thrill and excite- "We also have motors that can
YOUR CAR WITH YOU? I THIS WEEKEND!!
ment can be had at the NAS be rented and taken offbase for

Fishing Camp, Bldg. 1964 whichIs use," the chief said. "We have For Financing and Insurance 64 FORD GALAXIE 500". . . . . .$2995
open seven days a week, from 16 of these, five of which are stateside and overseas, call 4 door hard top.. Double power and air conditioned. New car
sunup to sundown.The new. The charge Is $1.75 the first I DYER M. BURR, representing warranty.63 .-

Camp is operated by J. S. day and $1 for each additional" GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES FALCON SPORT CONVERTIBLE . . . P .$2095
Jucas, BMC, and by transient day, for one of these motors. FINANCE CORPORATION & V-8, 4 on the floor, bucket seats, tachometer, like new.
All the boats and
motors are
personnel from NAS. rented first first INTERMATIONAL SERVICE 63 VOLKSWAGON. . . . . . .$1695
"Those who like fishing from on a come,
INSURANCE COMPANY Like radio and heater.
,
boats of of the serve basis. No boats or motors new
17 boats may available enjoy,"any says Lucus. can be reserved.In advance because 5613 PH.Timuquana 771.0527 Road. 63 SPITFIRE . . . . . . . .$1795

"They also have a choice of of the limited supply. Radio and heater, like new.

types of boats from the 9 Fiberglas Also handled at the Fishing 62 RAMBLER SEDAN . . . . . .$1295
.
Is boat mooring.
2 aluminum and 6 flat- Camp private Auto/transmission, heater.
There approximately 16
are
bottom "Jon" boats, or as we 62 CHEVROLET 2 DOOR IMPALA . . . .$1895
available for this. Moor-
call them, "Swamp Boats," he spaces Ing of private boats Is cost free Hard top, straight stick, radio, heater.

added. and Is also on a first come, first 62 CORVAIR 700'. . . . . . . .$1295
Boats can be rented at the Camp
serve basis.So Radio, heater, auto/transmission.
for little $3 which
as as a day for an enjoyable day of 61 OLDSMOBILE HARD TOP 98". . . . .$1995
Includes motor and a tank full
of You also have a choiceof relaxation and good fishing, or Radio, heater, full power, Air/conditioned, like new..
gas. new motors. Bait, when for a place to moor your boat, 60 DODGE . . . . . . . .$795
eight check with the NAS Fishing Camp,
Automatic, V-8, radio and heater.

two blocks off Langley Avenue, 59 CHEVROLET 2 DOOR IMPALA HARD TOP . . .$1195
behind the water plant. V-8, automatic, radio, heater.

I I 59 FORD SEDAN . . . h. . . .$695'
V-8, Automatic, radio, heater. .
To Alaska WESTSIDESOUTHWEST: :
Trips 59 OLDSMOBILE 2 DOOR HARD TOP . . . .$1095
Power steering, and brakes, radio, heater, automatic.

:?v.r Stopped For 9J 55 T BIRD . . . . : . . . .$2295
4 speed stick, radio, heater, air conditioned, cleaneslin the state.

', 1 ....,', .,., Navy PersonnelThe
>:; ;>w. :'>;
t ':. .. :"I., .' :: >:;:J. Navy has temporarily cur- DUVAL 11 4538 SAN
r ,''.;J.... .,<. :a..,. t.' ..'.. tailed travel to Alaska for all : COUNTY i
JUAN
grades. The notice was received WITH I AVE.
suspending travel to the earth- COMPLETE s .
tM : : quake-stricken Anchorage, t CONVENIENT MODERN r I OFFROOSEVEITBIVD.

el'NG/ Alaska. BANKING COMMERCIAL "J ......... I PH. EV 4-4536

Wainwright, Greely and Wild- 'SERVICES' os .OPEN EVENINGS""
'f
wood Stations are not affectedby
.
,.; the travel curtailment. Air HOURS: MOT0&S '
; '. <' : .: '. '. Force generals, colonels and M..TI"w.)0, T./l.:70AM-// AM-100 PM0g.1
:!""'- '.;TlM' P..M.OrailrilJParl. chief master sergeants may apply fn1.y-10 AMPM.All Dpu. (t
for concurrent travel to El-
: mendorf Air Base, but other
grades must wait until further

kdC/J notice, the Air Force said. .. DEALER.FORD b

If KACfSMtCHUY. acmU. Y The Army has announced that BLAANDIN6 771-6161 47
t/ concurrent travel Is revoked except BOULEVARD YEARSIAPRIL
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.hjP.\G I 1011I1 f 11th rt..+tts for colonels, lieutenant col-
onels, chief warrant officers Member of FDIC IVI O TORSI

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special bond has been added completing a new authorizationcard
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$3195 marking the 22nd anniversary bank.

of the Savings Bond programlast During "Operation Security," <
New "GUILIA" 1600 May, President John F. which continues thru July 4, It x'a' q ffix
Kennedy stated, "The Freedom Is hoped that every American
.,Offer S. Much It*S*Unit
N."eN C
Oy Fiv. Forward Spied Fully Synchronized Ceor BoxTwin Bond Drive serves to Identify family will buy at least one
t Overhead Cam Shafts Savings Bonds most firmly in the Savings Bond.VP16 .
Aluminum Engine., Pistons, Gear Box and Ant Hauling
,1 ?j Due, and! Aluminum Fin Brakes public mind as a way to par
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4 efforts and ventures into space.It Eagles Visit t Barracks.."I think they should
MERCEDES-BENZ SALES, INC. enables thousands to respondas do it. It would be nice for everyone
$4X4 ARLINGTON IXPMISSWAY RA MOI1 to be working together in
Individual citizens to the With CanadiansPatrol
world-wide challenge to stead of against each other,"

freedom..."
I Y R S Tomorrow, on the 23rd anniversary Squadron Sixteen's F---
I Crew-7 departed NAS Jax,
1 of the program which .
Monday for a three-day visit to f..Y=
fff mmmm ff l fl fl f f launches the 1964 Freedom Bond ,
Drive ("Operation Security"), a Novia Scotia, to promote better it '
13 Locations To Serve You new Series E bond will be offered ASW coordination and under i.- L

.. a $75 bond with the standing between our country and

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5444 NORMANDY Across From Atlantic Mills eighth denomination, which has The detachment, led by Lt. !}....
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formerly| Co.
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Front End Engine d Transmission Work (R.t/ C.P.O.) Greenwood, Novla Scotia. The cations--I don't think it'llwork,

.'"!j> "''' ......, Y Canadians made a similar visitto The United States and Russia are
... .wit '1 Jacksonville as VP-16's guests not close enough forces now."

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"IJ6J. VP-16 personnel makingthe r.-
trip are: Lt. J. A. Dressler, i'<

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CPO Club MoviesMovies Bluejacket's Inn


SPECIAL will be shown regulary Doin's

Thursday, April 30 at 7 p. m. on Monday through
I Hour Saturday; at 2 p. m. and 7 p. m. Thursday, April 30
Happy and Sunday, at the
PERMAN Friday,May 1 on Mainside Saturday and; NATTC Theatersand Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings
ENT7 8:00 p. m. 12 a. m.
Dance to Sam RossSaturday at 7 p. m. only on Sundayat
WAVES 2 the Hospital Theater. These Friday, May 1
May
times are subject to change.
The Emeralds 9
p. m. l
795 (REG. $1250 VALUE) Gateway Quintet Thursday, April 30 Saturday, May 2 a. m.

Sunday, May 3 Mainside Quick Gun Audie

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Only Dance to George Hughs Murphy, Merry Anders Carl 9a.m.-lam.Boyd and Rhythm Kings

With Mr. ERIC or MISS EMILY I Monday, May 4 NATTC Gypsy Rosalind
Russell Natalie Wood
,
Sunday, May 3
JIX Pizza Night HospitalFiercestfleartStuart Auction 2
UET p. m.
A BEAUTY SALON CPO Wives Meeting 8:00 p. m. Whitman, Juliet Prowse Chantels 8 p. m. 12 a. m.

NEAR JAX NAS- 384-1522 Tuesday, May 5 Friday, May 1 Monday, May 4Pizza's

Happy Hour Mainside Rifle In Tokyo -
Carl Boehm, Barbara Lass two for one 3:30: p. m. -
Wednesday, May 6 NATTC Quick Gun Audie 5:00 p. m.Tuesday.

Western Music Murphy, Merry Anders May 5
Ibspital Gypsy Rosalind
Russell, Natalie Wood Happy Hour 5 p. m. 7 p. m.

SAVE $25to3O Acey Duecy Club Saturday, May 2 Wednesday, May 6

Game Night 8 m.
p.
Kirk
Mains ide Spartacus -

On Each 100 of Basic Bureau Rates for Thursday, April 30 Douglas, Tony Curtis
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I UiiiqwTask Hauled Jax NewswomwiEditor's I




( note: As a CBS Navy correspondent, Terry Invited
Dahly was to go to sea with the USS Franklin
D. Roosevelt. Here Is her story of a day at sea, observing and filming sea and air operations aboardthe
carrier)
On the morning of April 20, I arrived'at the carrier piers of Mayport Naval Station ready to embark on

one of the most thrilling assignments any reporter could have. Report aboard the carrier FDR, film
operational functions, everyday life aboard. t sr
My first step was photograph

the plague bearing the name of one getting my story. one last triumphant roar, the
of the most famous men in the When well out to sea, the helicopters engines quieted down.I 1
world, and then, stepping across were launched In prep- witnessed, and captured on
the threshold from the plank to aration for the air operations.
film, the 126,000 arrested landing
the quarterdeck, announced my- From that moment on, I saw every
aboard the FDR, an F8A Cru-
self to the officer of the deck. type of aircraft take off and land L
sader, piloted by Lt.Larry Bloseof ION
Ensign William W. Wade, within 30 seconds of each other.
VF-11, a new world record I
served as my escort, look me to
The day was over for me before -
Ready Room If 1 where I was welcomed -
it had hardly begun, although
aboard the
by skipper the ship would remain at sea
Captain Gerald Miller After a t for a three-day period. I was DECK-Camera in hand Terry Dahly, CBS News Correspondent
thorough briefing by the Captain, reluctantly scheduled to return records action aboard carrier Roosevelt. (Navy Photo)
I joined him and his other official before sundown. It was the first
guests for luncheon In his cabin. time I resented being a female,
The captain is a gracious host, because by then, I knew I had TEMPORARY WORK
and his cabin befits the prestigeof just begun to reach the heartof
a man who frequently hosts Important } t
my story.
,
naval and civilian guests I had the thrill of being cata- WE NEED
while in port. Everything is immaculate pulted off the ship as it had been
the Stenographers, Legal] stenos, Typists -
including prom- my request not to go off in the
inently displayed silver given to conventional manner. I had to Transcribers, PBX Key Punch,
the ship by Mrs. Roosevelt soon experience for myself this Comptometer Operators.
after the death of the Presidentin ra breathless surge of energy from Top Pay.Paid Weekly, NO FEES

1945. i the deck of the ship. I listened r R MANPOWER INC
Earlier, I had broken througha !i attentively as I was given last
steady line of men going to wBOARDING I minute safety precautions "justIn 905 American Heritage Life Bldg.
chow. The line seemed endlessbut FDR-Terry Dahly receives \
case". With a regretful fare- Jacksonville, Fla. Elgin 5-1604
It seemed to move In clock- welcome aboard salute well to the men on the carrier
work precision. The trays were from LTjg( ) M. B. Cook as Ens deck, I was shot out Into space
piled high with food and each man David Ames assists.(Navy Photo) aboard a Cod piloted by Cdr.
silently found his way to a tableas Robert Gibson and LCdr. Ray POWELL PLYMOUTH .

others left.hurriedly to con- There was a dramatic sense of Foster who flew me back (Into IS LEADING THE WAY WITHDEALS
tinue on with their duties.As climax from the moment the plane Mayport. When we finally
we lunched in the cabin, I readied for takeoff on the steam reached the Mayport Station my
felt the giant engines underneath, catapult. Young men in various feet were not just ready to touch
a gentle but insistant shudder that colored shirts moved with light- the ground. I was mentallystill
meant we,would soon be under- ening speed and confidence,lash- back aboard the carrier r
way.The ing the great birds to the cata- Oh yes, the fashion note. What
four tugboats put the car- pult..always the roar of eng- did I wear? A middle blouse,
rier into position to escort her to ines..but at the moment of take of course. A white one at that.
sea, and soon she eased throughthe off...with a roar..the plane sped I felt if those sailors could stay
channel It seemed I wantedto across the catapult into the clear crisp and white all day long so
film everything at one time; could L The nautical influence
the bustle and activity on that sky.It seemed that one plane was in fashion features the middle
giant city of steel was over- no sooner airborne when all blouse this spring and summer,
whelming.As attention was diverted to the so where could I be more appro-
a mere female Invading this aft of the ship. A sense of priately in style. Also black
mans world, discreetly kept out climax and urgency grit everyone stretches pants that anchored
of their way, never staying in one aboard as we breathlessly under the heel and gold flats.
place too long. My one regretis watched the oncoming plane Why gold flats? Because whenI
that I could never capture the circle and head for the carrier I headed down that ladder to a
startled expressions of the men deck. All attention was now focused lower deck, I wanted the men
as they unexpectedly met me on on the skill in preparationfor climbing up to know this was
the ladders, or passed me In the the awesome task of retriev- the gal with the golden touch.
narrow passageway. My being ing three tons of metal and steel, She was assigned the envious
aboard caused many humorous hurtling with express speed task of going to sea with 3,800
moments, but not once did these toward the deck of the ship. men!
wonderful men make me feel ill All around me men were talkingthe The Rosie just left Mayportthis
at ease. I had a job to do, as plane onto the deck. Instan- week, leaving many wives
did they, and every courtesy was taneously, the tall hook caughtthe and families behind, and she
extended to me to aid me in restraining cable and with will be gone many months, tour-
ing the Mediterranean, accom-
panied by sister ships. PRICES START AT
First Born At USNH Jax Gives But on the happy day that she

returns, I hope every wife that 00

Birth To Her First Born At lax looks is standing her prettiest on that carrier with chic pier 1797 PLUS TAG

dress and sleek heels, or & TAXNO
The first person born at thcjacksonville Naval Hospital gave birth to feminine attire just the way he
her first child last week also at the Naval Hospital here. likes it. Be prettier than the REASONABLE DEALS REFUSEDWE
Mrs. Barbara A. Hennessy day he left you, because when
arrived in the world on Dec. 12, he does have a free moment, NEED USED CARS BRING
1944 and was the first child to be ty officer-an aviation Machinist's he thinks of you. He deservesthe
born at the then newly opened Mate--when she was born in 1944. right to be proud of his YOUR TITLE
naval hospital. Her son arrivedat He Is now a civilian employee in family as they wait for him on

10:03 a.m.pril 23, weighing the Overhaul and Repair Depart the shore.A QUALITY SERVICE STARTS AT. .
5 pounds, 10 ounces. ment at Jacksonville NAS.
Her husband Peter W. Hen- Immediately after the birth of
nessy, aviation ordnanceman her child, Capt. William T. Law- self made man will do wellto
second-class, is stationed on son, commanding officer of the frequently check the qualityand powell f tumoum
board the nuclear-powered air- Naval Hospital, sent a dispatch to source of materials he is
craft carrier USS Enterprise, her husband on the Enterprise using. Douglas Meador.
Sixth him on his first .
now operating with the congratulating
Fleet in the Mediterranean. born, and the fact that the his- The excellence of a circle lies 1218SAN "*.....wfc, MW .A..A 'irffrtf. PHONE
Another coincidence is that tory-making infant was number in its roundness not in its MARCO BLVD. SEA PLYMOUTH HERE... '3592024APRIL
Mrs. Hennessy's father, John H. 26,277 born since the hospital bigness. S. Coley.
Johnson, was second-class opened 19 1/2 years ago.





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PAGES JAX AIR NEWS c.. _

Thirty Cub Scouts, Dens Capt. BassettInspects


1 1.5,Visit Patrol Squadron 16 FAETUFleet

On April 23, 30 bright-eyed and genuine Interest" the bomber. a
youngsters from Cub Scout Pack Accompanying the Scouts on Airborne Electronic
28, Dens 1-5, of the Venetla their tour were Den Mothers: Training Unit, Detachment Two,
Elementary School, Jacksonville, Mmes. R. E. Byrd, E.J. Clayton \ } held Its Administration and
visited Patrol Squadron Sixteen.F.. A. Meyer, R. B. Newman a I d r ,A,: r Material Inspection, recently.Tha .
The Scouts exercised their Scout Leaders,Richard Tanner and detachment was inspected by
curiosity by inspecting one of the J. T. Williss. Captain H.R.Bassett,CommandIng -
squadron's SP-2E "Neptune" patrol Chief Parachute Rigger E. R. Officer of FAETULant.
bombers. Each excited visitor Lizer Inflated a seven-man life ; .. : Capt. Bassett and his party
was designated as an "Honorraft for the children, demonstra- L : arrived at NAS Jax from Nor-
rary Patrol Plane Commander", ted the proper use of life vests of folk where FAETULant's com-
having inspected "with diligence the type carried on the aircraftand mand headquarters are located
i ignited day and night flares ,a.. and where officially greeted by
the Officer In Charge'of FAETU
Auto Liability Insurance t,3, .A t. Det Two, Commander J, S.
Walker. The Inspection returned -
DUVAL COUNTY RATESOver INSPECTION-Capt. H. B. Bassett inspects FAETULant's personnel to Norfolk the party next
25 Married .$39.00 Over 25 Single. .$43.00 during a recent Administration and Material Inspection. Assistingis after
evening a rigorously
21-25 Married. . .
$55.00 21-25 Single. .$72.00
Official Photo
Officer. )
Lt. R. H. Stratford, 3rd Division ( Navy
Under 21 Married. : .$67.00 Under 21 Single. .$115.00 : thorough Inspection.
6 MO. POLICY MONTHLY PAY PLAN Capt. Bassett was particularly
pleased with the outstanding

McDOUGALL'! INSURANCEAGENCY f II @Q[J[}it II\Yl@@W@Tc sonnel appearance inspection of all and hands the at effici-per-

ent operation of Det Two In Its
Hear Main Gate HAS, JAX << I [ J mission of training and sup-
6463 Roosevelt Blvd Phone EV 8-7676 "! J :t tI porting the fleet. .

I "I don't have any brothers or
(This is the third in a seriesof sisters," said the Hollywood

ONCK AT OAWOM REVtlS OiK ment articles Employees'covering Incentive the Govern-A- youngster fathers by, "but my mother! do have and three four

wards Program and 10th anni- mothers by my father."
'50.00 I DOWN versary of that program.)
NAVAL TAILORS FOR
Some 1,318.000 employees'sug-
BUY A NEW gestions and special achievementon THREE GENERATIONS
the job from November 1954
*CHRYSIER PLYMOUTH I *VALIANT through June 1963 brought well UNIFORMS
over a billion dollars In measur-
'
able benefits for the Government.Last .
$ year alone the program ..
ra showed savings( worth $100 million : -
fajfMirttte 1 8: Mlnijs From NM $puii 0rl $ through adopted work sugges-
tions and superior job performance -
1I of nearly 190,000 Federal
workers.

HRYSIEWWOUTH About 401,000 ideas for Improving -
Government operationswere
-" -" '
submitted last year, which
I I more than 105,000 were adopted,
upping the adopted suggestions to
27 percent from 25 percent the P ,ta?
/ MOE.Al.eR I IS previous year.

CHRYSLER Average cash awards for suggestions NO DEPOSIT
MOTORS CORPO RATION MARK OF last year was $42, up 6 Months to PAY
from $40, ti'i year before.
1 HOUR DRY CLEANING
Some 83,700 superior performance PRESSINGS FAST LAUNDRY
awards were given last year, ALTERATIONS, ALL KINDS
an Increase of 7,000 over the pre- TAILOR-MADE'BLUES S35.00
vious year. Measurable benefits
JIM TATUM'SDISCOUNT from superior performance tot-
aled over $31 million. Each cash
award averaged about $146.

MEN'S SHOP All awards-.suggestions and AfJll1tILItW1j1&NEXT !

w 5320 NORMANDY BLVD. since performance 1954 total awards less--than granted one-

tenth of one percent of Government
\ PHONE 384-3551
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Magnolia Ball $000 MAY 19(1
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(Continued From Page I II) 12 V"1'U I

.{Decorations for the gala oceas- 3 a V R 9'' < :
ion arranged through ,the NAS H I

Irden Circle with the help of + to.-10 11 12 13 U 15 jr ;:"*", :' '''' 1\,..,,,< ,, .. .. ," Tmrw.rrn.InnnTnnrs

w11. The VP-30 ballroom spere 18 19 20 21 22 2, Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Clyde Drive
[ranged by lighting by >
and 4 V3 Jacksonville 8, Florida to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication
p-62, menu serving Com- l ? 26 27 28 29 30 deadline
irjax, Band arrangements the: following Thursday.) Adsarrivingtoolate for this
ETULant, tickets NARTU and will be published the following week unless the publisher
\TTC, table arrangements NAS ttIIGI Is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost
d FICEUR, favors U.' S. Naval of the ad must be received WITH the copy for the ad.

ospital and Publicity Mrs. W.J. DO NOT SEND CASH.

aught. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . 51.00
[ All proceeds from the event HOPhS-Our Mar tnlpIIlar girl; Carolyn Sprli"l, hopes to Per additional line ((4 words per line). .35
i to Navy charities.SEE break into musical; coined,. The 19'Yf'or-ol" New York model t. currently .
PHOTO'PAGE 2 studying voice In further her musical carper.VAFHA .

ROOM FOR RENTAvondale- Lake Tsala Apopka Near

Navy Relief spacious attractive, A/C, private the Gulf of Mexico.( Trailer and
bath and entrance.EV8-8013. cottage restricted 50' water-

(Continued front lots In a planned development -
Sf"oR SALES From Page 1))
ESTATE J APT. FOR RENTbeautifully that has everything for
15-foot semi-bucket
a seat furnished spacious one bedroom, leisurely living. Beat of lake,
Did you know that for as littleas Fiberglas boat with 40 hp, remote all conv.excellentnefghborhood. river and deep sea fishing. Best

$50.00 down and from $50to control Johnson electric EV8-8013 of turkey, quail, dove, wild boar
$95 per month 2,3 and 4, motor and trailer. The Mustangsare squirrel and duck hunting. Milesof

fALTER J. SCH U B bedroom, 1, 1 1/2 and 2 bath 1965 models. It is expected FURNISHED APT.-Lake Shore, lake and river water for
these items will be
homes may be purchased? If on display small, clean, priv. ent. Util. pleasurable boating. Wooded
U.S.N. (RET.) here
you are bUYing, don't fail to week. at NAS within the next (urn. $50. EV9-4275. trails for horse back riding.Pri-
investigate these opportunitiesRES. vate air strip for filers.Reason-
ACL BLDG. 355.5474 The annual Relief driveis
.in today's market. Navy ably priced to sell 18 miles
721-0851. strongly supported by local
southwest of Ocala. Call River-
APT. FOR RENT-Herschell 3859
officials the Chiefof
right up to
Naval Operations. Rear Ad- 4 rms. & bath, porch, yeard, Lakes Manor 771-7320.

YOUR FRIENDLYBOWL0MATIC miral Robert Goldthwaite, Com- gargae, elec., clean $70.
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville EV 7 1950. Near NAS. SINGER CONSOLE

LANES is the President of the Jackson- Sewing machine,ZIG ZAGS make
ville Auxiliary of the Society fance stitches etc. Balance $46
BLANDING BLVD. AT CEDAR CREEK with Captain James R. Compton FOR SALE: TV $35. Portable, or rellablle party take up $7

serving as Executive Vice-( working good. Prlv. party. month pmts. Call 353-1946 will
President.In FL 9-4186. deliver. A-l Sewing Machine( Ex-
LANES AVAILABLE FOR OPEN BOWLING
a recent message from Ad- change.
JOIN miral David L. McDonald, he
A SUMMER LEAGUE OPEN BOWL ATLANTIC BEACH 174 15th
said, "As Chief of Naval Opera-
St. 1/2 block ocean. Modern 3
FOR 35{ PER GAME tions, as well as chairman of BR. nicely furn. home. A/C.May
the Relief I
Navy Society, am f
$150. June $250. EV 9-4594
personally familiar with the fine

EVERY DAY 8 A.M. to 6 P. M. work done by the Society. Thus, FURN. APT. 557 Oak St. 4 rms. r
I heartily endorse this call for M Jtl 3s
no bugs and clean. $50 plus utlL
LEAGUES NOW FORMING FOR MIXED DOUBLES, MENS contributions. It must be under- EV 8-9886 r
stood that fixed goals, dollar t
HANDICAP, LADIES HANDICAP, LADIES MORNINGSAND
AFTERNOON COFFEE LEAGUES. ceilings, or individual target 3 BR. home close to NAS $50 1
figures are as Improper in this down $50 Mo. Call Art Powell
LEAGUES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
campaign as they would be In
U.S.N.Ret.. with Colmery-Wil-
TEL: EV 4.6221 or EV 7.3569 for further Information. any other fund raising drive. klnson, Realtors, 264-6144 or
However, the society Is the 353367LThe v
Navy's own, and within the limitsof

truly voluntary giving, I urge bright person should be / J /
wholehearted and
generous sup- humble he should remember that
MONEY MONEY MONEY port by all members of the Naval :
he did not make himself. His
service.
qualities came freely from his
ancestors from fortunate

SAVE BY WISE BORROWING nourishment and environmental
Even the best ideas will rarely stimulation, from God. He has
-- work unless you do. Many no grounds to be haughty and BOOT STRAP ACTION-The public
washed out
COMPARE RATES brilliant ideas have there wasn't become Insufferable. It i Is hard education problems in Duval
because just
simply not to be arrogant in the face of
enough elbow grease and legwork County were discussed at one of
continuous winning, but it's
Int. Rato4% per mo. On unpaid balance.Amt' put behind them. Milton M.Rock- necessary. Earl H. Hanson the recent JOWC meetings by
more. Harry Kincade(center)Chairman

L of the Boot Strap Committee.Mr. .

Of MONTHLY PAYMENT Kincade is discussing the program

Med Cruise ? with Mrs. J. C. SfoopocV,

Your ,.., club co-ordinator (left) and Mrs.C. .
Check 12 18 24 W. Young, club vice president

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE MERCEDES-BENZ (right) (Navy Photo by Harold

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$300 26,66 18.30 14.12

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Payment Includes I Interest and principle.A UNFURNISHEDChildren

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Welcome
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Plan. It can even pa}' a 1"lIh..tuntial. portion of the. downtown
FOR SERVICE TO ALL MILITARY NAS and Cecil
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Resident License director According Game to and A. Fresh D. Aldrich Water, De*erminedBy

Increase Fish Commission, $150,000 of Jux Navy Keglers Are
Helps the anticipated $308,000 has been
allocated for construction of fish-
Improve FishingFlorida's ing lakes, construction and renovation -

resident fishermen general Improvement of fish hatcheries of existing, and Recent Roll Oils At HAS Lanes r

will spend an anticipated fish .
management areas.
$308,100 during the 1963-64 fishing Aldrich saldseveraloftheprojects The Jax Navy squads have been determined by roll offs recentlyat Rtsu1s t ;Qf last Weed L action:
season Improve fresh water such as the constructionof the NAS Lanes. In the mens division the I eglers< representing; Jax American League I& r r
fishing. This fresh water fishing Karlck Lake In Okaloosa Navy will be (in the order of their scores in the roll-off)r H. M. Cursors' CFJ] "B"
improvement fund Is derived County, are depending on Strunk, AMHC of VP-5; K. W. Therrell, HMCS of DVCC; R. T. Wilkins, Mad Foxes 4.' Sky 'Warriors 0
from a one dollar Increase In assistance from other sources. PNC of FICEUR; R.. C. Cowan AOC of NAS Weapons; and W, A. Cannon ,Cockers 3, Se bees 1
the cost of a resident fishing Construction of the fish hatcheryat Burns, AMBO of NAS O&R. Needlers 4, Cutters 0
license and must be used for Rock Springs Orange County The women keglers representing Hallack, o"f CFJ "A" with a 609; Eagles 4, Doc's 0
Improvement of fresh water fsh-{ depends upon the engineering re- Jax Navy In the 6ND competition and Jerry King of the Mad Foxes Chiefs 3, FICEUR #1---1
ing. port. will be Jane McCr6ry, with a 608.. Falcons 4, Griffins 0 .
USNH; Estelle Sinclair, Waves Marlins i Crash& Fire| 1
MILITARY PERSONNEL Bks. MAA; Laurice Perrault and Continental?
YOUNG DRIVERS League
Janice Galloway, both of NA TIC. Capt. J. R. Compton, NAS CO
Now qualify to insureyour with formed Avions 4, FICEUR #2-"0
you car a company specially The 6ND competition will be
will wekome 6ND Rifle and PIzzan's 4, 0
to serve your needs and get these BIG advantages: held at NAS Cecil Field May4-8. Spartans
Three new keglers joined the Pistol Shooters to Jax Monday, Supply 3, Paymasters ##1---1
COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE( COVERAGE IMMEDIATE PROTECTION/
ranks of the 600 bowlers this past NARTU !#1---3, BB Stackers 1
CONVENIENT/ PAYMENT PLANS COUNTRV-W/DE/ CLAIM SERVICE week. They were:Strouphauer, 8 a.m. at the Skeet Club. Mix Masters 3, Spoilers 1
of the Eagles with a 664; Mike Burgermasters 4, AlleyCats 0
CALL OR VISIT TODAY if Paymasters ##2--4, Black Shoes 0
UteufUIJIl/ INSURANCE COMPANYINFORMATION CFJ "A" 3, Protons 1
FOR RATES AND
-It,,'i/o/ ,..f G.v.mn [mpfofto (niuronct Componp National League
_I _ _ W Weifiintren, 0. C. J14X AKNEWS/ 4 '7' 0
NARTU ###2--- Lucky
FICEUR #3-,,4, AF679th 0
Jacksonville Office: 338 W. Forsyth Street Phone: 355-8424
Thunderheads 2, Baymen 2

: f. ........................ : .'. Owl Hoots 3, Play Boys 1
.j .
: Pan Handlers 2, Marines 2
the ONE place to i Rookies 2, Rejects 2
VA-35-.3, Electrons 1
call formoney Phantoms 3, Bombers 1


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ARLINGTON Beneficial Finance Co. of Arlington tournament to be held at Cecil Field. May 4-8 will be from l-R, I JAX, FLA.
Town & Country Shoppinc Center RA 4.7910 H. M. Strunk. AMHC of VP.5; K. W. Therrell, HMCS of DVCC;
SO. JACKSONVILLE- Deneficir.1: Finance Co. of Florida R. T. Wilkins PNC of' FICEUR; R. C. Cowan, AOC of' NAS Weapons; 1-
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JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 11


Childress Wins With NoHitGame Retiree Employment Aid

Washington (AFPS- The officeof
the Secretary of Defense has
Jackson Same & Loses announced a program to assist
retirees in planning a post mil-

Allowing only two hits, and no VP-45---21, Weapons 1 itary career.
earned runs In four games,Bobby Admin 14, VU-10---1 To begin in July, the program
Childress of the Air Force 679th VP-1S-15, CommOHMess 6 will cover and employment opportunities -
Softball team pitched his second VP-30--8, Army 0 problems.
NIOR[ WINNERS in the competition of the Judo tournament no-hitter In two weeks. In the Air VP-18---10.VAP-62---9 BEAUTIFUL
Force victory Childress struckout Comm 12, Weapons 4
(id in the NAS gym last Saturday. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner,
14 of
17 batters In their FICEUR 11, -10---2
2)J) 10-0 victory over Supply. Admin 4, YP-45.-0 TREESANOTHING

A rare sequence occured last
National
League DOWN3BR,1BATH
week when James Jackson of V

4 4Place 1st For Communications pitched a no-hit
Hosp 7, CAR 5
JUDO game, and then was beat by the
AF679th 14, CFJ 3
score of 3-0 by VP-30.
A/C Maint 24, FAPL 6
A Results of last weeks action NARTU 3, Disp 2
lax Navy TeamNAS were: Supply 14, VA-35---13 S53.oo
American League VA-35---12, DIsp 11 PER MONTHCONVENIENT
NARTU 9, Hosp 5
Army 21, VP-5---12' Marines 14, FAPL 4 TO
VP-16---13. VP-18---3 O&R 12, A/C Maim 2
Special Services sponsored the 2ND City Judo Tournament heldn
NAS AND SCHOOLS
VP-30---3, Comm 0 CFJ 14, FAETU 9
the Jacksonville area, Saturday, April 25, at the NAS GYm..
The boys competition (ages 6-- FICEUR 7, AP-62---5 AF679th 10, Supply 0
2nd, Danny Wright (YMCA), and TRADES ACCEPTED
started with
6)) a sweep by Jax
3rd, place Clay Bennett (YMCA).
\avy who took the 1st, 2nd and
3rd places In the 6-8 year old In the 11-12 year division It Navy Releases Revised 264-6126 OR 771-5274
was: 1st, Russell Cook (YMCA),
division{ : 1st, Robert Pollary, 2nd, Eddie Grant (Sax Navy) and Leadership Support Book
2nd, Mike KIsner, and 3rd,David
3rd Paul Fisher
place, (Sax
arsjen. Navy).
In the 9-10 division It
yr. was:
In the'13-14 year division It Washington (AFPSThe prize-
list, Parham Jax
Larry ( Navy),
was: 1st Jimmy Simmons winning publication "The United f
(YMCA), 2nd, Don Davis(YMCA), States Navy Manual for leader-
and placing third was Dennis Dunn ship Support" has been updatedto

(Jax Navy). Include parts on counterinsurgency See if NO Watll
The mens competition was held and communist entrapment.The .
with teams from Jacksonville first leadership manual was
City Area YMCA, Boys Parental listed by the Freedoms Foundationof I IMymoul h
IIOREI Home, USS Saratoga, and Jax Valley Forge as one of the key
Navy. reasons forgiving theJames Madi-
Winners In the divisions were: son Award to the Bureau of Naval 1 San i iMorfO Blveil
140-1601b.--lst, Clyde HarpJax( Personnel in' 1962. .
cars are insured Navy), 2nd, Tyron Stephens and The book, off the presses Apr. 1 .
3rd, Willie Dusley both of the Is In distribution channels and Is
I II with us than with Boys Parental Home; 160-180 also available from the Superintendent WESTSIDE U'HMUL RENTALS
any other company. lb.--lst Rodney Fowler (YMCA), of Documents, Washington -
Find out why now! 2nd, J, D. McCarron (Jax Navy) D.C., at $L 50 per copy.
3rd R. J. Smith (Sara) and In 4753 BLANDING BLVD-PHONE 771-5092
the unlimited weight division 1st
E.
MARK
UTSEY
,P1948 Blanding Blvd place winner was J, L. Baird another city wide Judo tournament SAVE 75% U ,
/ 389-0338 (Sax Navy), 2nd place D. L. slated for the latter part U.NAUL Iq t
Stewart (Sax: Navy) and 3rd H. D. of the month. The exact date and
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Club Series Regatta this past Sun- ..
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Complete 3rd Vapor



Week Of Action CARS

,,
The third week of play In the '
IN
Intramural Golf leagues came out Trail p I
with these results: A :
American League 4.0
with Marc WhetstoneRain
Handicap

VP-16---5, VAP-62--4 and high winds nearly canceled the Vapor Trails' spot in last
Hosp "A" 5, A/C Maint 4 weekend's Lion Club-sponsored Air Show at Waycross, Ga., but luck CONDITION
Admin 6, VP-30 "A" 3 was with them and they managed to put on another spectacular demon-
stration, their 13th. AT
Scratch On Saturday afternoon, before several thousand spectators, the team
VP-16--31/2, VAP-62--21/2 performed its 12,500-foot high altitude free fall maneuvers as wellas
Hosp "A" 4, A/C Malm 2 a mass Jump of nine jumpers which drew countless oos and ahs.
Admin 4, VP-30 "A" 2 Sunday, however, the low ceiling over the air field held the jumpersto
only a "jump and pull" from 2,500 feet, and also limited the Blue
National League Angels from doing any of their high altitude tactical maneuvers. The
FICEUR 8 1/8, VA-35---1/2 only one not hindered by the low cloud cover was Capt. Dick Schram,
NARTU 5 1/2, VP-5---3 1/2 "The Flying Professor".
Hosp "B" 6, FAETU 3 One member of the Vapor Trails made his final performance with
VP-30 "B" 5, CFJ 4 the team at Waycross. He is Airman 2C Bob Etheridge, a Jax Navy
Club member for over a year with 164 jumps, who left Monday for
Scratch reassignment to an Air Force squadron In Ohio. He served here with

FICEUR 5, VA-35---1 the AF679th.
Another member, Ted Sergent, PR1 of VF-14 (Cecil), made his
VP-5---5, NARTU 1
64 I IMPALA SPORT COUPE . . $2795
Hosp "B" 5, FAETU 1 last performance and 170th jump with the team for several months,
CFJ 5, VP-30"B" 1 anyway, as his squadron left Tuesday aboard the FDR for six months in V-8, Straight stick, R&H like new.
the Med.
These two men's last jumps with the club, being a "Jump and pull" 63 IMPALA STATION WAGON . .,$2895
Mrs Johns Wins from 2,500 feet, brought a few side-tickling comments from fellow Auto trans, R&H, power 'steering, brakes and
club members since it was these two parachutists who established last windows tinted rack WSW fact. air.
Low Net glass, luggage ,
TourneyWinner Fall, the present unofficial Florida high altitude jump records..Bobfirst
from 20,964 feet, followed by Ted from 24,964 feet. 63 IMPALA SPORT COUPE . . .$2395R&H
of the recent Low Net On the eve of the Waycross demonstration, they were given a going
Tournament held by the Naval away party at the clubhouse in Bldg. 503, which was attended by Auto/Transmission Power Steering
J Mr Station Ladies Golf Associa- Lieutenant Commander John C. Brown, Jacksonville Navy Recruiting 63 CHEVROLET 2 DOOR $1695
tion was Mrs. J. M. Johnson Officer and pilot for the Sport Parachute Club. LCdr. Brown pre- Air/conditioned, R&H..
who carded a 971978. sented both with Recruiter Certificates in
Runnerup by virtue of a draw men Honorary Navy apprec- 63 BEL AIR . . . . . $1995
iation for their assistance In promoting the Navy throughout the south-
over Mrs. R. P. Knock was Mrs. eastern United States as members of the Vapor Trails DemonstrationTeam. 4 door, R&H. air conditioned.
Peter Gushanas who tabulated a .

95-16-79 on the links.Mrs.Knock 63 MONZA COUPE . . . .. $1895
also posted a 951679. OFORANGE 4 speed trans R&H. Just like nc\,'.
Mrs. Gushanas won the medal- THE BANK
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first qualifying day in the Spring PARK Radio& heater, auto trans., pwr. steer, bucket
Championship tourney. seats. Nice( as new

.- 62 CHEVY 11 . . . . . . ,$1495
(1' 4 door, 6 cylinderR&H, a real buy.
Two camels plodded alongsideby COMPLETE +
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looked around furtively and said
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rm thirsty." SERVICE ,. 4 door auto trans R&H*. Extra clean car Factory Air/cond
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60 IMPALA'SPORT COUPE . . $1395
V-8. straight stick, R&H. Nice.
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FROM $795 up.


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V-8, auto trans, R&H, power steering and brakes.
One owner, low miles. Best buy In town.

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5326 WESTCONNETT BLVD. AT 103RD. ST. SP 1.0750
55 CHEVROLET STATION WAGON $495

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that's first with over 2 LIVING ROOM SUITE 69.00 75 % of our business is with

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