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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 14, 1964
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VOL. 22 NO. 10 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA MAY 14, 1964 I



Hotel Roosevelt Heroes To ReceiveAir ..



Commendation MedalsA 1 i I f fF
Navy ,. :

highlight the lives of two Jacksonville men will take place tomorrow during personnel
They are to be awarded an Air Medal and a Navy Commendation Medal for heroic and meritorious
flight during the December 29 Hotel Roosevelt fire disaster in Jacksonville.
Receiving the Air Medal will
tk
be Lieutenant J" "P" McCUl- P q A
I lough, of the Overhaul and Repair r dR
Department while Aviation
C. Structural Mechanic Second

Class James A. Heatherington,
.tI.. of the Aircraft Maintenance De-
partment will be presentedthe
Lt. McCullough Navy Commendation MedaL AMS2 Heatherington

During the awards ceremony,
Instructorr citations from President Lyndon y'q t Team
: -e, Johnson and Secretary of the ,
Navy Paul H. Nitze will be read -
At "to the regimental ranks after- &t4 '
; aa'bf Trails
NAMTDEli.t 7which Captain James R.Compton
NAS Commanding Officer, will '
RetiresSamuel decorate the two airmen.
Lt. McCullough, as pilot of a Mayport
W. Lowrance, ATC, NAS Jax helicopter,and Heather
NAMTRADETS Jacksonville instructor ington, as atrcrewmanaboard of Northeast Flor-
received a Letter of aircraft, who were among the are expected to visit
Commendation from Captain C. Navy rescue units answering the ; Naval Station May 16, i
A. Williams Commanding Of- city's pleas for help:succeeded I 1.i Forces Day, to take a
ficer of the Naval Air Mainten- In rescuing three smokeexposedSee i b> w look at an Impressive array I I

ance Training Group Memphis, ( Medals On Page 4)Supply's ) HEROES-t-R( ) standing; Lt. U. W. King, Cd,. W. W. loy planes, static displays,
Tenn. upon his transfer to the J. R. Spillis. Kneeling; D. W. Clark AN, H. E. Gulden, AD1, drill team, a crash
Fleet Reserve on Tuesday. R. A. Meyers, ADI, take time for a picture after their a mass para- i
Chief Lowrance was commen- and asearchandres-
ded for the part he played In cor- GumpServiceman deeds at the Hotel Roosevelt during the fire. Dec. 29. ( drop, .

recting certain maintenance and of Navy Photo) will be the only station
operating manuals used In the the Jacksonville naval
fleet and for his ". .outstand- HARTU Airmen To Get to hold open house this
ing performance of duty and Month For NAS Forces Day. Combining
completion of over efforts with will
twentyoneyears Mayport
of honorable naval service. Heroic Awards In June 8)Y from
Jimmie L. Gump, AK2, Supply elements NAS Jack
The Letter of Commendationand Department, was awarded the NAS Cecil .Field, and
a service plaque were pre- Serviceman of the Month honorsfor Navy decorations have been approved for six Naval Air from the Army,
sented to Chief Lowrance by the month of April, Friday, who participated In emergency rescue operations Dec 29 at the National Guard, and
Lieutenant Commander J. R. May 8, In the office of CaptainJ. Roosevelt during the post-Gator Bowl fire disaster. Corps commands In this
Bond, OINC, NAMTRADETSJax R Compton, NAS CO. Word of the approval by theSe-
on behalf of Capt. Williams house will be held on
Gump has been In the Navy retary of the Navy was receivedby
and the Maintenance Training for a little over nine years.He the Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve Adm. Martin the station ad: on several
Group. entered the servicewhllestill Training Unit this week. from 12 noon to 5 p.m.
Chief Lowrance has Instructed in high school and finished his Scheduled to receive decora- Legion of general public is Invited
fleet and other service( personnelon training through USAFI. Along tions are Lieutenant Commander Rear Admiral William L the destroyers Rush,
test equipment and handling with this he has completed a James P. Spillis and Lieutenant tin, the new Assistant McCaffery, Lawe, and
precedures associted with the total of eight other courses in Ural W. King, who will receivethe Naval Operations for Air, Grand Can-
Sparrow III missile 'In USAFI I also. Navy's Air Medal, and Com- presented the Nation's A drone antisubmarine
NAMTRADET 4021 here at Jax He is presently assigned to the mander W.W. Loy, D.W. Clark, peacetime military (DASH) will be view-
.
since August 1960.S'ERVICEMAN Fleet Service Unit of the airman, and H.E.Gulden and R.A. May --the Legion of on board the destroyer for-
Programs Management Branch. Meyers, both aviation machin- The citation stated that Royal from the Grand Can-
Since being assigned to the unit ist's mates first class, who will Martin had "distinguished
he has demonstrated superior receive the Navy Commendation self by exceptionally Mayport On Page 4)RAdm )
knowledge, inteftst and Initiativein MedaL conduct in the ,
carrying out the mission of Eight persons were airlifted outstanding services" as \
"Service to the Fleet". from the roof of the burning hotel of Naval Air Reserve .e
Upon assuming duties as"AMD by helicopters flown by Lt. King In addition the citation
Work Stoppage Storekeep" Gump and then Lt. Spillis. Cmdr. Loy that "uniquely inspiring
began an aggressive, well planned acted as co-pilot for Lt.King and plateaus of performance,
approach to reducing the numberof Gulden was the crewmember in and Importance were
outstanding "AOWS" require- the craft. Clark and Meyers were the Naval Air Reserve
ments. Within a relatively short crewmembers for Lt. Spillis. Command" during RAdm.
time, he had reduced the numberof Cmdr. Loy, Gulden, Meyers, tin's tenure. It pointed out (
work stoppage items by one and Clark are still serving with the skilled, spirited f
third. NARTU Jax and 'will receive of the Naval Air Reservists __'.
Gump's nomination letter readin their medals at a June inspec- der his command -
AWARDJimmieL. part: "Gump shows an unusual tion of the local unit from Cap- ted significantly to the _
Gump, AK2, Supply Deportment amount of Interest and enthusiasmIn tain S.L. Lanler NARTU Jax of the Naval mission"
receives the Servicemanof carrying out any assignedduties. commanding officer.Lt. the Berlin and Cuban ,.. w .
the Month award from Capt.J. His approach to general King, who was the assistant The citation was E
R. Compton, NAS CO, togetherwith day to day problems is refresh- Naval Aviation Procurement RAdm. Martin during :
a 50 check and a free week Ing. He displays a positive "can Officer at NARTU Jax,was trans command ceremonies of
end in St. Augustine, Fla. Navy do" attitude which reflects in ferred In Feb. to the Naval Post DivL'lon Two aboard the : William I. MartinI
Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2 his many) fine accomplishments." (Sec NARTU On Page 4)) (See Peacetime on Page: )



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President, , A Prayer for Armed Forces Day r


Almighty God, we thank Thee for the privilege of having served

Service Chiefs another year In the defense of our beloved Country. We express our FOCc

gratitude for the role that Thy providence has assigned us for the PAY
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protection of the free world. On the occasion of this Armed Forces

Day of 1964, we rededicate ourselves to this great cause.
Send AFD Messages We are aware that our loyalty springs from our sense of mis-

sion. Inspire our minds more and more with a deep appreciation of

those values which underlie our American way of life, which are
Today, Americans everywherecan enshrined In the founding documents of our history and which are
view with pride the performance -
harmony with Thy law. Let us express in our Individual actions
and preparedness of their
6 Armed and In our official duties those values to which we subscribe with
Forces. for justice in our social relations and a
minds ,
It Is fitting that we set aside our : respect persons
this love of peace with honor.
day--Armed Forces Day Let not our devotion to Country narrow our vision. Let us realize tt
.. to honor the men and women who MAY 16 /96t!
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that Thou hast made of one blood all nations of men. Help us in our ,
,serve our country In the Army, pledge to defend the rights and privileges in which the whole human
Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps
and Coast Guard. Their contri- family shares.
in the hearts and minds of all men. Amen.
May Thy peace reign
bution to our freedom and safety 'D'P1Io'e'' S
Is measureless. Our national --The Armed Forces Chaplains Board rv'tce '

security depends on the maintenance -

of alert military forces as 15th Armed Forces Day SUNDAY
a deterrent
to any possible 8:00 a. m. Service of Holy
aggressor.
Communion
I Invite all citizens to view America's 9:30 a. m. Service of Divine
and learn more of our Armed Finds MightOn Worship

Forces and their preparednessto
9:30: a. m. Sunday School: for
meet this challenge. And as ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722

ARMED FORCES DAY Commander-in-Chief, I urge all World-Wide DisplayThe 11:00 a. m. Service of Divine
of .my countrymen to join me In Worship
MESSAGE OF CSC HEADIn honoring our servicemen and
women on Armed Forces land, sea and air power of the U.S. military forces is on exhibit 6:30 p. m. Youth FellowshipWEDNESDAY

these critical day of world If n- 1964. throughout the Free World, May 9-16, to demonstrate the United
Day,
..ion. Americans find comfort in States' preparedness.An 4:30 p. m. Junior Choir Rehearsal -
knowing thai our Nation' powerful
.
and alert Armed Force viand "w, lid -LIo".1" "" array of weapon systems in the U.S. defense inventory will

.ly all m bulwark against: aggression' Prrtiilmt of the Unitrtl Slntei depict the potential retaliatory power of this nation. These weapons 7:30: p. m. Senior Choir Rehearsal '.
and injustice** a ")'ower for tg are present also to secure the

Peace." uniformed Never before In time of peace Voting Is A primary goal of the United States 12:00: p. m. Holy Communion,
.Supporting our per-
Also on all Holy Days
has the Navy-Marine Corps team --PEACE.
runnel ml home and abroad, lliemorr
than a million civilian employer been better prepared to utilizeIts Guarantee of To demonstrate, this goal, the Catholic Services at Si

in the Department of Ie- power to aid In the preser- slogan for Armed Forces Day Edward's Chapel, NATTC and

fence make a substantial, ronlribu- vation of a peaceful world. All Your Way Of LifeAs 1964 Is once again "Power for Naval Hospital
lion to the defense. elTort. AH dependable IIMilitary
uniform of us, in uniform and out, can Peace. SUNDAY MASS
ed forces,partner these civilian of our worker be justifiably proud of the role members of the military bases In the United 6:30 a. m. U. :5. Naval Hospital

M-rve a"*, a Mini link in America we play In the drama being con- establishment, we in uniform States and on foreign soil will 9:00: a. m. & 11:00 a. m. St.

defense rhain. stantly unfolded on .the world make a continuing and special hold open house for a one-week Edward's Chapel
1 urge Federal emploerw| l << und stage. We believe that the many contribution to guarantee our way period to permit greater publicand DAILY 'MASS
their familiei' to, learn more about
the missions and proud acliieMmcnlM *- strengths of our Defense of life. As tax paying citizenswe military participation. May 11:30 a.m.St.Edward's Chapel

of our militar>'-.. \ilian ,I... establishment will make the continuation share the obligation of all 16, has been designated Armed MONDAY & TUESDAY

I..nfllt'ranl, and to artSripale in of peace a certainly.Paul Americans to participate In our Forces Day. 4:15 !pC m. King Hall, NATTC

1964 Armed Force Day observance .- Nltze, Secretary of government by voting. An Armed Forces parade and FRIDAY
in or near their ronrmnnitirjohn *. the Navy. Too often we fall to respondIn review will be held on the Wash- 12:05 p. m.U. S. Naval Hospital
W. Murk, Jr. this How an
respect.
ington Monument SATURDAY
(:Ihairtnait grounds
I'. S. litil Sri As we observe another Armed Individual votes Is his own May 10. Participating will be 9:00 a. m. St. Edward'sChapelCONFESSIONSSATlJ

f.:..mmt* i"m Forces Day, I look with pride on business and no one has any Intention cadets from each service aca- RDAY

a Navy-Marine Corps team of unprecedented of Interfering or even sug- demy and bands from each branchof 7:00: p. m. 8:00 p. m. and
capabilities. The existence gesting which way a person should the Armed Forces.A before Masses
Workers Share HonorsOn of this team, which can vote. A person should emphasize Catechism Classes GradeSchoolSATURDAY
reminder of the need to :
Armed reach trouble the Importance of his
Forces Day any spot borderingthe exercising maintain this nation's
foresightmay
free seas of the world, Is a franchise by pointing out that this
Federal employees! again thisyear be found in-the Armed For- 10:00 a. m. All Saints' Activities
Instrument in the Is the one In which each
most powerful way
will salute Nation's mili
our ces Day prayer.Let not building
tary-civilian defense team at preservation of peace. citizen, civilian or military, can devotion our 722NURSERY
to
Armed Forces! Day observances /dm. Donald L. McDonald make his voice heard.It Country narrow our
vision. The Naval Air Station Nursery
Let us realize that Thou
throughout the country and at Chief of Naval Operations Is the desire of the Chiefof Child
many overseas posts on May K Naval Operations that the hast made of one blood all nations located In Building 560 on
Defense Department employees, We Marines are proud of our officer of men. Help us in our Street, opens at 8:15: a. m. on
of
who serve as a "vital link in contribution to the country's'power commanding every pledge to defend the rights and Sunday morning. Parents attend.
America's defense chain," will ship station and unit in our Navy
for and we Invite privileges In which the ing Sunday Masses or Protestant
share the Armed Forces Day spotlight peace, leave no stone unturned to Insure whole human -
with our uniformed forcesat our fellow citizens to visit our that each Individual knows family shares.May Thy services may leave young

many community obsl'I'van'l'oI.Featu'I'ed Installations durings Armed what he or she must do in exactly orderto peace reign In the hearts and children In the nursery without
at many open houses! Forces Week. minds of all men. Amen." charge.
vote and that
and other :spctial events! at defense adequate oppor-
installations during Armed --Gen. Wallace M. GreeneJr. tunity Is afforded for all handsto

Forces Week, May JM7, will be Commandant, U.S.Marine Corps. vote at the appropriate time.__ __, IEAK4.OG f 1j' "S& YOU wAwr-ro-pur-WE
exhibits and displays that focuson n I *'I I WORLD r fZIGUT 6T r
. the vital role civil 'I'D 6e:!.;; '
. servants\ ; WITH YOU

play Many in exhibits our defense this year partnership.are expected I1I1I rrrtl I. J'IMPROVEMENT I : I F ...EJ.BERrJlU88A t)

AVfHOR)
to place "accent on achieve p "
ment"--outstanding contributions, !
employees! have made 'toward :
greater economy and productivityin 1}:;
Government; operations through )7

the awards lovernmentwide program. The incentive Federal<< JA.X AIR NE1lVSThe :

service is currently observing" i a ;
"d(>('ade of progress" under" theprogram
established by the Government .
Employees Incentive Awards: JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper

Act of 1953!, ... distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station.
'. Some -12 percent of all Federal ,*,:s,\ Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a

employees work in direct support ,i. oot private firm AU Copy submitted for use in the JAX *K
,of our air, ground and sea forces.: it i\\
NEWS Office,
More l than JfiXJHU)()(> are employedwith ...........".11 \ Box must be forwarded to the Service Information
the Ai my. over :(5.000{ ( \ with .-J wttI 2f NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before
the Navy, and close to :0,000> I DO. .DAD-Miss Patricia Hilderbrant publication. News Items are welcomed from all sources-
was sworn into the
with the Air Force at outposts' : of Navy Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
freedom around the glol>e. Nurse Corps Candidate Program recently by her father, Com- Advertisements and queries
More\ than !1.000( () community )program mander E. F. Hilderbrant, Supply Corps. Patricia was a Juniorat are solicited by the publisher Publishing
!* in the United States: will Florida State University and will continue concerning such should be directed to the Holt
now her
feature parades: flyovers' displays education with the Miss nursing Company 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida-
Navy. Hilderbrant's
and demonstrations that providethe \ parents, Cdr. and Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271.
; public and Federal employee Mrs. E. F. Hilderbrant, reside at Qtrs. 803.0 NAS JAX. Cdr.

opportunity to inspect our defense\ Hilderbrant is the Assistant Supply Officer for the Naval Air
1"'rh.m'J'" mission and' achievements. Station. ,Official Navy Photo) VOL. 22 NO. 10 MAY 14,196

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Stephen J. Pajcik, III, whose SPEC 1 AllSTS IN QMUf y APFt!ANCI$ #. TV STEREO RADIO
father Is a supervisor In the N
Maintenance Division Public FULL FACTORY
Works Department, was recently WESTINGHOUSE'
designated as first alternate for FINANCING FACTORY SERVICE ;

appointment to the Air Force It's easy to buy the best on low Radio dispatched service fleet :'
Academy by Representative finance costs (Nationwide) :
Charles E. Bennett. GOING PLACES-Steve Pal No money down .Largest parts inventory in north
This
appointment the means this that he 11L( ) and his son Steven Pajcib Preferred credit,rating privileges Florida, !
can enter Academy sum-
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mer If he chooses. Steve has
Steve The III received the .
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scholarship to Princeton Univer- Air Force Academy from Repre-
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Other honors bestowed upon MORE .
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MedalsContinued FOOFSSROOFS See The Vapor Trails' In Actil



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blazing hotel. Twenty-two lives WILL DROP IN. ; \'..' :: ,. "" "
were lost In the Inferno. .
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These rescues were accom- 't "
plished "despite turbulence 't

created by the thermal effectof J

the fire, a downwind approach

necessitated by many obstructions -

and extremely close
quarters which limited aircraft

maneuverability", according to
the citations.1

Lt. McCullough and Heather- 4"r

Ington's citations also lauded p L 1
them for their airmanship, skill
and cool courage in the face of

such an extreme hazardous con-
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905 American Heritage Life Bldg. Vapor Trails A Navy spokesman said ladiesare be a large number of jet
craft. On hand for viewin
Jacksonville Fla.
encouraged to wear low
Sheila Kavanaugh, 21 year-old heeled shoes board visitors will be the RA|
on He
ships.
Wave radioman second class, will
added that small private craft Skywarrlor, F-8 CrusaderF!
make her final appearance as a Phantom, A-4 Skyhawk, A-S
will be
not authorized in the
member of the Vapor Trails at basin. ilante, P-3A Orion, a Nati
the Mayport Open House on Sat. Guard D-2 and ASW and a
Always on callHFC's urday. She is being transferredto Open house will also be observed planes.A .
at the St. Johns Coast
Stockton, Calif.,
Sunday.
Red Cross vehicle will :
Guard
With the team for over a light-house on board the
year be exhibited, along with am
Sheila will be making her 120th station. The Commander Fleet from the Nal
Air nance display
Jacksonville Navy Band will
parachute jump, performing as Air Technical Training Cen
part of a variance-In-fall provide rmed Forces Day music
from Visitors to Mayport are urj
12
In noon to 1 p.m.
maneuver which she hurtles
One of the to observe all speed limits
earthward in free-fall at nearly day's highlights will traffic All trail
directions.
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200 be parachute drops by the Jack-
will the station on Ma
sonville enter
Navy Sports Parachute
mph.NARTU Club. Club members will makea port Road and exit at the static]
Seminole Road where
gate
streamer run at 1 p.m. followed -
lantic Beach police will dir<|
by a mass drop of nine chut-
(Continued From Page 1)) ists at 1:20 p.m. Other para- traffic to Atlantic Boulevard.the 191
"Power for Peace
chute drops will be made
at 3.
Graduate School at Monterey 3:20 and 3:40 p.m. theme for Armed Forces D
Calif. has been used since 1953 f
Equally colorful is a precision
LCdr. Spillis, who was on drill ,team, the Jaxon Lancers, the observance and is symbo
temporary active duty at the time from the Naval Air Technical of our national policy,emphasi
of the hotel disaster Is a mem- Training Center.A ing the power potential of t
ber of Hell copter Anti-Submarine search and Armed Forces and the vital co
f rescue demon-
a Squadron 741 attached to NARTU stration will be conducted on the tribution of this power to 0
Jax. He is a furloughed National station's followed national strength.
runway
Airlines pilot and is presently attending crash-tire demonstration by a Armed Forces Day symbolic
at 2:30
the University of Floridaat p.m. the purpose of unification oft t tl

Gainesville. Among the static displays will military services by demonstr
ting the close working relatioi

ship and progressively maintai

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JAXJUR HEW! ?PACES;

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Track CPO Club Movies "0" Club Navy Wives ClubOn



Thursday, May 14 Movie's will be shown regularly Thursday, May 14
May 6 the Navy Wives Club
Preparations Happy Hour at 7 p.m. on Monday through Happy Hour 3:30 p.m.-6 p.m. .
are now in held abusinessmeetingwithMrs.Wilbert
pro- Saturday; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Dinner 6-9 .
cess to hold the NAS p.m.Friday .
Intramural Friday, May 15 on Saturday; and Sunday, at the Wagner presiding.The
Field and Track Meet on Tuesday Combo Mainside and NATTC Theatersand May 15 club is now in the process
June 2. The track and field are Capples es for new projects to be formulated -
now in the grooming stage for the Saturday, May 16 the at Hospital 7 p.m. only Theater.on Sundayat These Happy Dinner Hour 6-9:30 3:30 p.m.p.m. 6 p.ra for the months of May and

upcoming event. June. There will be ward party
Mark Castle times are subject to change. Do-Re-Mi Trio 8-12
An organizational meeting will a.m. at the U. S. Naval Hospital with

be held in the NAS Gym,Bldg. 3, Sunday, May 17 Thursday/May U Saturday, May 16 Mrs. Kendall Kerns Chaplain in

on Wednesday, May 20, at 9:30 charge. ,
:
MainsideOne Man's WayDon
Arnold 4" Hour 3:30
6
a.m., according.to Athle'icDt- Johnny Murray, Diana Hiland Happy Dinner 6-9:30 p.m. p.m On May 23, a monthly social

rector, Frank McCaffrey. Monday, May 18 NATTC 55 Days at Peking- Mach Four 8:30: p.m.p.m.-12:30 a.m. will be held for members and
Pizza Ava Gardner, Charlton Heston guests Mrs. David Vineyardwillbe
Night ,HospitalEnsign Pulver Rob- Sunday, May 17 chairman. On May 27, the
COLEMANIZEDCARS Tuesday, May 19 era Walker, Burl Ives Buffet 6-9 club will celebrate its 17th birthday -
p.m. There will be a special
Happy Hour Friday, May 15 Prime Ribs of Beef, Steamshipround party planned. All members and
food casserol
sea
CLEAN Wednesday, May 20 MainsideThe Third Secret Fried chicken and all the prospective members are cord-
Western Music Steven Boyd, Diane Cilento trimmings. ially invited to attend.
AND NATTC One Man's Way Mrs. Henry Wernet was named
1 Don Murray, Diana Hiland Monday, May 18 chairman of a bake sale to be
CORRECTED I held on June 5 with Mrs. Harvey
Hospital- Days at Peking -
Happy Hour 3:30: p.m. 6 p.m.
COMPACTS AND Acey Duecy Club Ava Gardner, Charlton Heston Dinner 6-9 p.m.Tuesday. Brannen as her cochairman.In .
the near future there will be
FOREIGN CARS .Saturday, May 16 May 19 ticket booths set up around the
Thursday, May 14
base tickets for steak
CREDIT selling a
MainsideStrait Jacket Joan
Hour 3:30
Happy Hour 4:30p.m.6:30pm.Friday: Happy p.m.-6 p.m.
dinner to be held at the clubhouseon
Crawford, Diane Baker
Foreign dish night(Italy)6-9 p.m.
by Phone May 15 NATTC The Third Secret June 20.Members.
Steven Boyd, Diane Cilento recently receiving
March Wilson
TED COLEMAN 12:30 a.m. 8:30: p.m. HospitalOne Man's Way Don Wednesday, May 20 chairmanships were: Mrs.Gregg

Murray, Diana Hiland Lucas, Mrs. Henry Wernett,
Happy Ibur 3:30
MOTORS, INC. Saturday, May 16 p.m.-6:00 p.m. Mrs. David Vineyard, Mrs.Temple -
Sunday, May 11 Family Night 6-9 p.m. and Mrs. George DurelL
2253 Blanding Blvd. Leo Dee 8:30: p.m.-12:30 a.m. all the fried chicken you can eat. Hostesses for theeveningwereMrs. .
MainsideConvicts Four Ben
Phone 388-7634 Gazarra, Stewart Whitman James Weaver, Mrs. Weed
Sunday, May 17 NATTC Strait Jacket Joan and Mrs. David Vineyard.

Crawford, Diane Baker .-
Game Night 5:30 p.m.7:30 p.m.
March Wilson 8:30: p.m.-11:30 p.m HospitalThe Third Secret DR. B.W. ROBERTS I
Steven Boyd, Diane Cilento
Monday, May 18
Monday, May 18 OPTOMETRIST
Happy Hour 4:30: pm.630 p.m.
MainsideCharade -CaryGrant,
Tuesday, May 19 Audrey Hepburn ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR THE
MAY 15-21 NATTC Convicts FourBen PRACTICE OF OPTOMETRY IN THE
6" Game Night 7:30: p.m.-9:30 p.m.
Gazarra, Stewart Whitman .
GREATBOOKS ROOSEVEl'-T.MALL:
Wednesday, May 20 HospitalStrait Jacket Joan .4 -
\ Crawford Diane Baker
4461 ROOSEVELT BLVD.
MAKE Open Tuesday, May 19 PHONE 387-245

MainsidePsyche 59 Kurt Jer- EYE EXAMINATION GLASSES CONTACT LENSESCONGRATULATIONS

\ GREAT The trouble with people these gens, Patricia Neal
PICTURES! days Is that they want to reach NATTC Charade Cary

the promised land without going Grant, AUDREY Hepburn
par "Is the wilderness. HospitalConvicts Four Ben
O If. \ through
r tA''""or6Sptdtt Gazarra, Stewart Whitman
rsdtCombat t
t -- t tt
I Appearances dollar looks are the same deceivinga as It Wednesday, May, 20
in South Pacific!
did ten years ago. MainsideRobin and the Seven
, Kill or be Killed! Hoods Frank Sinatra, Dean

Men on Guadalcanal! Martin

PARTSUAUTO NATTC Jergens-Patricia Psyche Neal 59 Kurt t t tt

t HospitalCharade Cary Grant
r Audrey Hepburn


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MAY 14,1964VP45
JAX AIR NEWS I
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I Squadron VP1
Visits Sister .
evem of a
VP-45 In the
A liaison visit to VP-815,com- liaison officer, gave a generalASW ment LCdr.
manded by Lleutnent Commander brief to the reserve national emergency. by the
Impressed
R. C. Fenner, based at NAS squadron and the Tactical Co- Eckhouse was and
Twin Cities was made by a crew orldlnator of the crew. Ltjg( ) spirit of demonstrated cooperation by the

from VP-45 recently. The reserves Painter, presented a brief on cur- motivation of VP-815. The NavyIs
were treated to familiar rent ASW procedures. Enlisted members Immensely by
ization rides In the P3A Orionas reservists were not forgotten as strengthened of the Naval
dedicated men
a part of the visit. they received a brief by the these
and VP-815isacounter-
The Patrol Plane Commander, Flight Engineer on Standard Reserve have.
LCdr. M A, Eckhouse, Train- Operating Procedures In the P3A. part VP-45 Is pleased to \

Ing Officer of VP-45, acting as VP-S151s programmed to aug


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t MAY23rd SEE IT NOW! t tfrL "_.,.,o/1OoIo-.,. .5 '

N'f REAR ADMIRAL N. C. GILLETTE is greeted by Commander D. M.

$500. DISCOUNTS CHRYSLERSLjy Hume, Executive Officer of VP-45, on his arrival to NAS Jan
recently. RAdm Gillette arrived in one of the P3A Orions flown

< ) II Mitou s Jhom NAS Souift On Mmay 17ClAf by the squadron which he piloted for a portion of the two hour
and forty-five minute trip from NAS Norfolk. He stayed at NAS

for two hours on a tour of Fleet Air Wing Eleven.
TOW RIVii ,


I Civil el.viccPay

f,
:: M >, t N oyi iils System

(This If the first of a series on til they do, we must live with the

PHONE JACKSONVItLE DIRECT 28-,4S.j$ the Civil Employees pay and the two systems we have. \\'w'hatdoes'
classification process) this mean to you and how does It

M CHRYSLER Why aren't all Civil Service affect your job?
MARK employees paid under the same (Con't.next week)
CORPORATION
MOTORS pay system at NAS Jacksonville.
This Is a logical question to
ask if you have ever thought very
much about your job and the jobs

GOOD NEWS MOTHERS! around you. If you are a graded STOPAND
employee, your salary is deter-
mined by a pay schedule established -

xKoW"M, ;:f. TUES. thru SAT. ONLYI by Congressional action.If .
___HtI::tr: p.tw .v' '. Don't Miss itARLINGTON you are an ungraded employee,
your wages are established by
\ CEDAR HILLS the Navy Department through the SAVE
Office of Industrial Relations,
\':. GATEWAY
based upon a survey of like work

i F get a beautiful and wages paid In our local in-
dustries.
.N
These two systems grew out of On AutoInsurance

', i 5x7" early pay setting practices estab-
SY .w lished years ago when the numberof
i \ government employees was
small and relatively few types of
\\\_ ..I picture of your childPINUPS jobs existed in the government.Jobs .
that considered be
\ were to For real auto insurance
similar to manual and / or trade call Nationwideand
savings,
U :.; ?, only 59 ik jobs were paid in accordance with sec the compan)
,,' *, \.\ the wages paid by private industryIn that's first wither -
t k the .
Jf.. area. Positions that were million car owners
)' < : '', considered to be of a clerical, administrative with HIU/
N the
company
: 0. \ and professional nature Call\ :
era
idem new
for a
'.ff '
> .V \ tt were paid a salary as speci-
"
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\ ':) r l .,. ::7' have probably read or 854N. Edgewood Ave-
,. .".'.. ;
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:, ... "" .. ". .....4.. :;(;; ; heard much about the pressures
::; i:.. :. :. .;::;;;:: -a"--1 0"" Exclusive at GRANT'S being placed upon Congress from .....'.. 384-2556
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time to time to take some actionto
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\ "c oosllo Coosl" WIDE
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'ii/: \ establish a single pay systemfor (O/lP.NY
"-' workers, but un- .. OhiO
\ government .'.... .
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Bring oil the children under 12-1 5x7 only 59$
each token singly or 1 5x7 Group only $1.00 I
per
;<:, ... .......' :.\ child.
.
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,. :u .y. 7f.' WESTSIDE U'HAUL
j; : ;: :;> You'll see the cutest expressions and professional
R; ttF\<,' poses" captured by our friendly lady photographer.
"., w: rt Select I from finished pictures, NOT PROOFS! Extra 4753 BLANDING BLVD. YNAUI
.. sV. ;
..,..,<*:;.."' \1., j'X7 finished 8x10 1 5x7s and wallet size will be shown PHONE 771-5092 ""AUK _.
:. ....t, ot unbelievably low prices for your approval. ...
.. 1;..:, iFS Example: Wallet size less than 50$ each In groups
1 X:; "..: ;.J". ." t2L\\ \ of 4 some pose. SAVE 75% OF .

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I MAY 14, 1964 PACE 7
JAX AIR NEWS



Squadron 741

Ceremonl..

AtHARIU

Commander Thomas W. Huppof r
Orlando relieved Cmdr. WendellG.
Sellers as Commanding Officerof 1
! m- Transport Squadron 741 at the tv
Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve (

4 Training Unit In ceremonies May Lk'

9. '" *
Cdr. Hupp was formerly

assigned to Transport Squadron INSPECTING THE TROOPS it Commander Wendell O. Skiers
RIDING IN STYLE are the delegates on their way to the National 671 at the Naval Air Station, Atlanta followed by Cdr. Thomas W. Hupp of Transport Squadron 741

Navy Wives Convention to be held in Norfolk, Virginia. (L to Hs Is,the Ga.vice-president as the Executive of Officer.Florida at change of command ceremonies at the Jacksonville NavalAir

RI) Mr. Vivian Wagner, President of the Navy Wives Club NAS, Steel Buildings, Inc. In Tampa.A Reserve Unit on May 9. Cdr. Hupp officially took commandof
Jax; Mrs. NancyWernet, Secretary to the Southeast RegionalVice the squadron from Cdr. Sellers shortly after the Inspection.
of World War II and
veteran
.. ... .. .. ..
president; Mrs. Helen Ownby, and Mrs. Maryanna Lee. the Korean conflict, Cdr. Hupp -,
(not shown) but also delegated to go is Mrs. Maria Bennett, Vice resides with his wife and three I r
president. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) children at 1343 West ConcordIn JACKSONVILLE AIR NEWSBY

Orlando, Fla.
INCENTIVEAWARDS Cdr. Sellers Is employed by SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS WITH I
fool can see that 2 plus
Any
National Airlines He
as a pilot. 1 STATETHEATRES
2 makes 4, but it takes real resides with his wife and two FLORIDA

capacity to stretch it to 5, or, (This Is the fourth In a seriesof children at 850 Bluebird Ave. In
better still, 6 or 7. articles covering the Govern- Miami Springs, Fla. :

ment Employees' Incentive Transport Squadron 741 is one I "TWO FOR ONE PASS"i i
of
Awards Program and 10th anni- 14 Selected Reserve Squadronsat

EXPRESSWAYAPARTMENTS versary of that program.) NARTU Jacksonville. The I l This will admit serviceman and other
Key objective of the Govern- squadron starts two weeks active coupon any one i
ment Employees' Incentive A- duty for training May 18 here. with purchase of one ticket at Box-office to see. I

wards program Is to Improvethe Last year the squadron's two
and effectivenessof weeks training was accomplishedIn I
efficiency
I
Federal Government Port Lyautey,Morocco assistingthe THE THIN RED
opera-
FURN ISH ED... $65.00 tions by encouraging full use of regular Navy In transporting LINE"f

UNFURNISHED employee skill and Ideas. men and supplies throughout I I
$55.00
The program accents, encourages Europe. at FLORIDA THEATRE MAY 15-21

Children and publicly recog- I
Welcome nizes new ideas, Innovations, and
Conveniently Locatedto superior performances at all f :, .Y_,m): ES
downtown levels in all Federal departments .r.:" BIG CHIEF IRE 1
NAS and Cecil 't\l r'Ij ,
and agencies. It is part of an \ \, I

CLEO DAVIS over Federal all to service employment make more careers policy attractiveand In designed the- j ffl}'' 13 Locations To Serve You P)


REALTORS-INSURORS the Government one of ,t 6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD. }K Mil. N. NAS Gate|
588 S. EdgewoodEV America's outstanding em- !W,? 5444 NORMANDY Across From Atlantic Mills |
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4-6444 CO 4-9442 ployers. 2809 MA Yi'ORT RD. Yl Mile From NS Gate
"Constructive discontent" of (formerly Pr Co.)
employees has led to outstand: [BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE lttt1Tire

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CELEBRATEArmed Forces Weekend Government operations throughthe "".o....hP"Front"'<-!: Encl Engine..:d..:, Trantmltglon: ,.. / .work' _"' .. (Rot. C.P.O.).
Incentive Awards program. elN..i.r.# <

I SAT. "I am proud of the way Fed- l ii.itJft&t.Ejit? <', ..1.:1; %I '.. .ft .
{ ; : : }
eral employees are developinga : Ji' "
j ':: 8 P.M.SUNDAY. lJ.t.t i><%r.' ; *. tJ ; : ?: .'f.. '..'h'' %, i\! :. .,,.*,.s''
sense of what needsto f.ii.
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the Improvements that could .......' ,' "" 600 x 13 3 FOR 66.72
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Besides those who received ",',, 670 x 15 3'FOR 76.95 1 FREE
at Greenfield' $100,000.00 710 x 15 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE
superior performance awards III ,. 1 FREE
r
760 x 15 3 FOR 80.40
RODE 0 RENA *
earned .
some 2,500 employees ." 820 x 15 3 FOR 98.55 FREE
ATLANTIC BLVD .UN PABLO /HO "quality Increases" In salary <
SMILES W OF REACH between February and October Ck.lZEc sq

7.5 1963. The special in-grade Increases TAUNT MISS Lovely Marlnnnn .
were authorized by the
1 Federal Salary Reform Act of Cne. relaxing between scenes : ; ;
October 11, 1962, for high quality .
performance. Such an Increase itf her Intentii ,, ua u dental a- / 4" ft5

$515 could raise depending pay from on the$105 em-to nitHint he/nre fuming to modeling/ 2 BALL JOINTS ANY U.S. BUILT CAR

"" ployees' grade.Continued and "then arcing.To ALIGNMENT PLUS PARTS & LABOR 31.95
< (*&& ( next week)
2 SHOCKS LABOR & PARTS 12,95
"D"W
U.8ul t O BRAKE SHOES ANY CAR 10.95
JF RIOINC H C, the families of
WHEEL BALANCE .99
GUNFIGHTS
Patrol Squadron Seven
BRONCO BUSTIN' INDIAN RAIDS WHEEL ALIGNMENT 3.99
FAMOUS 4_ BULL Many of u horn are part of
CLOWNS 7 DOCCIN6 Bellair, TUNE UP' 4.95
WILD BUFFALO RIDS n4er
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Corvair Host Sports Club 51 HAS$ Civilian Employees Peacetime



Car RacesThe Promoted On Merit ProgramThe (Cent. From Page 1))


ship USS Enterprise. He was
Corvair Club of Jackson- promoted In relieved by RAdm. Bernard M.
were
ville will host sports car races following 51 NAS Jax civilian employees Strean who was Assistant Chiefof
this Sunday. May 17 at the accordance with the Stations Merit Promotion ProgramPromoted D. Naval Operations (Fleet Op-
were: Wayne
Phillips Highway Plaza Shopping at Overhaul and Repair Department Mechanic{Electronics 1 ). erations).
Center. The time trials will Carpenter Electronics Mechanic to [Instrument Mechanic Prior to becoming Comcardiv
Instrument
begin at 12:30 p.m. SCCA and Dupree, Electronics Mechanic to Mechanic to TWO RAdm. Martin spent 19
FIA Classifications will be usedIn (Electronics); Hiram Edge, Helper A/C' Instrument months as Chief of Naval Air

the race. Then entrance fee Aircraft Instrument Worker* Reserve Training, where he was
for non-members Is $3. Seat Walter H. Farwell, Production Electronics Mech.; Newell W. responsible for the recruiting,
belts will be required. [.; I Dispatcher Assistant Production O'Brien, Helper (A/C Engine training and readiness ofthe Navy's -
Controlman (Aircraft Metalsmlth); Mech.) to Aircraft Engine 30,000 member Selected Air
Eugene C. Groves, Electronics Worker; Charles J. Pares I,Helper Reserve forces.,
Mechanic to Instrument Mechanic (A/G Engine Mech.) to Air
his tour as Chief of
During
CAN YOUTAKE NO KISSING BOOTH HERE-Buy. (Electronics): James W, Harrington craft Engine Worker; Betty G. Naval Air Reserve Training,
Jr. A/C Instrument Workerto Prim, Clerk Typist GS-2 to Same
ing a book of Navy Relief tickets. RAdm. Martin visited NARTU
YOUR CAR WITH YOU? Electronics Mechanic; JamesE. CS-3; Howard A, Richter, Helper
for six chances the visit being
on $10,000in Jax twice with the last -
For Financing and Insurance prizes is Millard Sketo, BT1 Haspel Helper (A/C Engine (A/C Engine Mech.) to Aircraft in March 1963. He assumed
Mech.) to Aircraft Engine Worker: Engine Worker; Jerome Stern-
stateside and call ,
,
overseas
of the NATTC MAA Force. Selling command of Comcardtv TWO
Frank Hrapsky, Helper (A/C Eng- berg Jr., Instrument Mech.
DYER M. BURR,
representing tickets rather than last
summer.
( kisses)
ine Planner and
Mech. ) to Aircraft engine (Electronics) to
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES is Alma Delagarza, PN3 NAS worker; Richard J.Kemen,Mech- Estimator (Electronics Mechanic):
FINANCE CORPORATION & CO's yeoman. Alma has alreadysold anical Engineer (Industrial Equip- Ernest L. Waldron Jr., Painterto
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE over 26 books of Navy Re. ment) GS-9 to Same, GS-11; Leadingman Painter; Carroll
INSURANCE COMPANY lief tickets. Booths are located in Raymond F. Kuzia, Electronics Wingate Jr., Helper (A/C Engine Relief
5613 Timuquana Road. front of the Bank, the Navy Exchange Mechanic to Instrument Mech. Mech) to Aircraft engine worker; Navy
PH.>7 L0527 and the Commissary (Electronics); Clyde W. Lampman Frank N. Zinkosky Helper A/C
Food Store. Electrcnics Mechanic to Instru- Instrument Mech. to Aircraft Instrument Mustangs ArriveAt
ment Mech. (Electronics); Bill Worker; Public Works
0r" H Wr V Mi *r e tmir MV m a r
Morehouse, Radio Mech. tot Charlie O. Burke, Sheetmetal
ROOSEVELTMALLa Worker to Maintenance Scheduler; NAS, May 18
r Thelmon L. Chastain, Super-

visor, Management Technician,
GS-7 to Same GS-9; Albert Cook,
Laborer to Asphalt or Cement For those who are wonderingabout
CARWASH H
t t.ciOane Worker; Will Griffin, l Helper by the the 1964 Mustang Navy Relief cars offered Drive
(Plumber) to Truck driver; EddieE.
they may be seen on May 18.
Johns, Laborer Truck Driver
HOURS MONDAY thru SATURDAY 8:30 a.m. 6 p.m. ; The Chevelle and the 15 foot
William H. Payne, Refrigeration
runabout boat with the
OPEN SUNDAYS 8:30: till 1:30: P.M. &Planner Air Conditioning& Estimator Mechanic(Public to 40 hp motor are now'on Johnson display
around the
r- ",:'......:.,..::i>, Works ElectricalSystemsErnest); station.
S Located'1 in The Roosevdt Mall flippping Ca 'on Roosevdt Blvd.... E. Pennington Helper (General) The cars may be displayedat
squadron musterand

EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR; DAY 'if' >'
at.
Scheduler to Planner & Estimator
> ' AUTO WAX APPLIED : (Public Works Structures))ThomasA. Ext. 234.

FREE WITH CAR WASH !RACING I' .; Structures. Smith, Inspector) to Planner(Public&Estimator Works

: :; (Public Works Structures) JamesB.
:$' ;
t .: "':,:::' '. "" : #' ,; .1, Vaughn Supvy. Communications Stock Control Clerk,GS-3 Same,
Specialist, GS-8 to GS-4; FrancesD. Gill, Stock Con-
Supvy.
..
(. .: '.. ,:;:'::;":: :::,:::, ,2 .:. { trol Clerk
: "... :. ..':f h:;,:.: : ::,.; ; Communications Specialist(Telephone <, GS-3 to Same GS-4;
MONEY MONEY MONEY ,osr:; ", .-..". .:;: ) GS-9. Ruby L. Herrlngton, Clerk-typist
Those promoted from the NAS GS-3 to Shipment Clerk (Typing)
: Nks ) Supply Department were Harold J. GS-4; Thelma L. Hulsinga, Clerk-
Brush, Stock Control Clerk GS-3 typist GS-3 to Stock Control Clerk
SAVE BY WISE BORROWING r irlt: ;i'
: : : )..:.17/14 I..: to Same GS-4; Johnnie C, Camp- GS-4; Kenneth J. Kimble Stock
-- k' .. : .U'( : bell, Stock Control Clerk GS-3 Control Clerk, GS-3 toSameGS-4;
n s COMPARE RATES 1 t ,.. to Same GS-4; Priscilla A. Cole- Charlotte P. Oakley, Stock Control
man, Stock Control Clerk GS3to Clerk, GS-3 to Same GS-4; Nancy
@ Ith i llthrnu, Same GS-4; Paul E. Collier, R. PetersonStock Control Clerk to
I nt. Rate-1'% per mo. on unpaid I ba lance. : ,) Stock Control Clerk, GS-3 to Same GS-4; Natalie V. Seekamp-
t OM..o<:iMI.TJ"rs).ktt, iero t ttas. Warehouseman: Williard F. DavIs, Stock Control Clerk, GS-3 Same

Amt. GS-4; Phylma R. Siegler, Clerk-
MONTHLY PAYMENT'Of stenographer GS-3 to same GS-4;
Phillip 0. Steinmetz, Equipment
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firms desiring to reproduce the must be received WITH the copy for the ad.
image on such items as stationery,
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details. connett at 103rd.
APT. FURN. Herschell 3859 -
FOR SALE-Naval Officer's uni- 4 rms. &bath,porch,yard,garage,
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Thomas E. Stevenson, if sufficient to fair. 'EXT. 8601 HOUSE FOR RENT- Venetia Ter-
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Strunk Cops 151 Place ; ; < <: : :

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In 6ND Kegler TourneyHoward HEl'I rlJi.'}; : ...I'fJ:!::; :
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M Strunk, AMHC. ot rently the "winnlngest" team in
the VP-5 Mad Foxes rolled his the three leagues as they have i w
way to the first place position in complied a 47-9 record, and they Sessoms Rolls Dutch Two Hundred,

the 6ND Bowling Tournamentheld head the American League with .
at NAS Cecil Field, this their next closest r 4
opponent being
Seagal
Cops Triplicate of 176
past week, when he tabulated* a the Chiefs, also of the American
total pin count of 3544, for a 196 League, with a 41-15 record.
pin average per game. Chief Strunk is currently shar- In the Intramural Kegler action Sky Warriors 4, Marlins 0
The Jax this past week Claiborne Sessoms Griffins 4 Cutters 0
Navy Bowlingteamrolled ing the second high 600 game of ,
of the Mad Foxes racked
its to the third up a
way place 664 with Al
of
Strouphamer the
position in the tournament. Chief Dutch 200 while Ira Seagal, of CONTINENTAL LEAGUEMix
Eagles. burns
Williarn!' of the
Strunk will be participating In' Mix Masters, still holds the top the Eagles copped a triplicate Masters 3, Supply 1
the South Atlantic Regional this spot with a 670 game Chief with the score of 176. Burgermasters 3, Paymasters NATTCS LT. R. S. BOUCHARDR
A Dutch 200 consists of
week.In Strunk added a second 600 gameto game #1--1 ( ) receiving medal from Capt.
the NAS Intramural Bowling his credit when he tabulated a a strike spare combination all Avions 4, ComS tore Five 0 C. G. Strum, NATTC CO. (Navy
leagues the Mad Foxes are cur- 601.25to3O. the way across the board. A Protons 3, Spoilers 1Ptzzan's Photo by M. A. Wood, PHI 11)
triplicate consists of three Iden- 2, Alley Cats 2
tical scores in three consecutive CFJ "A" 2, FICEUR #22 Lt. Bouchard NATTC
games. Spartans 4, Paymasters #20 ,

600 Two club new, they keglers were joined, Edward the NATIONAL LEAGUE Receives Navy Expert

SAVE Miller of NARTU #1 who posteda Lucky '7 3, Rookies 1 Pistol Shot MedalNATTC's
621 and Ronald Arenth of the AF679th 4, Air Frames 0
Avions who racked'up on even NARTU #2 4, Pan Handlers 0 LleutenentJ.S. Bou-
On Each 100 of Basic Bureau Rates for 600.While Baymen 2, Rejects 2 chard received a Navy Expert
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roster it was discovered that Bombers 4, Marines 0 Friday, May 1, in the office of
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: no mention had been made of it, .<6ND Rifle, Pistol the highest pistol qualificationused

I in theN Navy. It Is given
The results of last weeks action 1 Winners
Awarded I
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JAX AIR NEWS PACE II
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Schlitz brewing Company Hosts Lady Linksters -


Fishing Derby For Ha Anglers

Hosts Visiting

Resident and visiting sportsmen across North Florida's fabulous
summer resort area will find that fishing can be more than fun.
Ladies TeamsThe
the Schlitz $500,000 Fishing Derby opened in 34 counties from St.

Augustine, Jacksonville and Fernandina to Panama City. and Pensacola. Jacksonville Naval Air
For the fourth consecutive 4r
Station Ladies Golf Associationwas
year cash awards of $25 to bream bluegllls, shellcrackersand host to the Fernandina
$10,000 are offered by the Joseph other fish.
pan Beach Ladies Golf Association,
Schlitz Brewing Company in the Among tagged salt water fish and the Mayport Ladies Golf Association -
only event of its kind. are trout (speckled and silver), in recent linkster mat-
The Derby is a scientific research -
mangrove snapper sheepshead, ches on the NAS "greens".
program conducted In drum snook, sea bass red fish, Winners from the Fernandina
cooperation with the Florida flounder red snapper and Club were Shave who
grouper. : Shirley
Game and Fresh Water Com- WITH A SHINNER-ChUf W. M. Adams, USN retired, caught a
carded a low 96 1st low
mission and the Florida Boardof The Derby Is open to everyone net winner was gross Adaline; Davis beautiful 9 1/2 lb. large Mouth Bast at Knights Fish Camp, on

Conservation (for salt water). residents and visitors alike, with a 83 and the 2nd low net win- May third. Knights Fish Camp is located on Black Creek just
More than 10,000 fresh and salt of all ages, except employees of ner was Jean Hooper who turnedIn south of Orange Park. Mr. Adams now lives in Jacksonville.
water fish have been tagged by the Joseph Schlitz Brewing Com- a 84.The (Navy Photo).
the two state agencies and released pany, Its wholesalers and the Mayport winners were

In waters throughout the two state agencies concerned.All Low gross winner, Jo Homyok
State for the Derby. Each tag- fish must be caught on hook with a 102, low net Betty Osborne
ged fish represents a cash award and line In compliance with who won on a draw over Verda
for Its return through a Schlitz Florida fishing regulations. McAttee both turning in even 87
wholesaler to the state agency Governor Bryant has describedthe scores.

concerned for studies in fish Derby as "a boon to good The NAS Jacksonville winners ISH BRANT
management, conservation and conservation practices and an ,were: Low gross winner Dor-
recreation. All costs are defray excellent example of fine team thy Johnson with a 96; Low net,
ed by the Schlitz company which work between the state and pri- Pearl Ball with a 79: and 2nd
has distributed more than vate enter'rise." He added that low net was Marion Hare who
$200',000; in. awards in previous the event "provides valuable carded a 80.Special .
Derbies. scientific information for the prizes given at the mat-
Claimants of awards need onlyto biologists of the Game and Fresh ches were received by: Fernan-
take their tagged fish to the Water Fish Commission and the dina Beach Club Lois Casey and
nearest Schlitz wholesaler who Board of Conservation and Adaline Daus; MayportBetty
can be Identified by any beer serves as an example of good Osborne and Rowena Vance, NAS
dealer, tackle shop, fishing campor corporate citizenship." Jacksonville Lucy Ruscetta and
boat operator. The specimensmust Marion. Hare.
be delivered with the tags
Intact. Fresh water fish may 4a .'
be kept by the captor after the SPECIAL

wholesaler has removed the tag,

and recorded the data requiredfor its,'''l awva .
the research program of the s }
Game and Frsh Water Fish Com- PERMANENT795RK.$125 '

mission. The wholesaler must : .
deliver ..,,,, .
tagged salt water fish S
,
.w o b
however, to the Florida Board of WAVES *.,l;, F f ,k i y I

studies.Conservation for Its specialized ( VALUE)y" :;j 4 3! ...' rI __ ;

Types of fresh water fish tag-
ged for the 1964 Derby Include
black bass catfish, cappie, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Only

With Mr. ERIC or MISS EMILYBEAUTY


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1M LinkstersComplete Undefeated Teams Dwindling


5th As VP-30 Knocks Off Admin.


Week Of
Play The undefeated teams In Intra- National; League
mural Softball are slowly dwindling CARS
the unbeaten Hosp 11, A/C Malnt 0
as previously
The fifth week of action stagedby
AF679th 12, Marines 0
Admin team was downed by the IN
the Hnksters' on the NAS
0&R20, Disp 8
still undefeated VP-30 diamondmen p
"greens", In the IntramuralGolf 11-3. FAETU 24, Fleet Photo 2
Leagues, was hampered by only FICEUR Is leading the American NARTU 14, Supply 4 4.0
two cancellations and under League with a 7-0 record, Disp 20, Fleet Photo 4
'bright skies the golfers enjoyed followed by VP-30, with a 6-0 A/C Maint 13, CFJ 1
a fine week of play. record while Admin holds down AF679th 6, o&R 0
The results of last weeks action Hosp 21, FAETU 11
the third spot, with a 6-1 record. CONDITION
was: AF679th continued It's winning Marines 20, Supply 16
AMERICAN LEAGUE
HANDICAP ways in the National League as AT
they took two this past
Admin. 6 1/2, Supply 2 1/2 games
week and kept their undefeated
A newly married couple cameto
SCRATCH record In tact, at 70.
me and wanted to start a
down the second place
Admin. 4 1/2, Supply 1 1/2 Holding \joint account In our bank. -
position Is NARTU with a 5-1
NATIONAL LEAGUE record, while tied for the third I made out the account as I
HANDICAP spot with 5-2 records are o&R always do: "John and/or Mary
FICEUR 5, FAETU 4 and Hospital Smith or the survivor." They
The results of last weeks action -Si
hesitateda
each other,
CFJ 5 1/2, AF679th 3 12Hosp"Bu looked at
5 1/2 NARTU 3 1/2 are: bit and then said, "We don't
SCRATCH American League have any yet r'

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'. PAGE 12 JAX AIR NEWS MAY 14, 1964
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1M Linksters Undefeated Teams Dwindling



Complete 51h As VP-30 Knocks Off Admin.


Week Of
Play The undefeated teams in Intra Notional; League
mural Softball are slowly dwindling CARS
the unbeaten Hosp 11, A/C Maint 0
as previously
The fifth week of action stagedby
AF679th 12, Marines 0
Admin team was downed by the
IN
the llnksters on the NAS
0&R20 8
still undefeated VP-30 diamond- Disp
I
"greens", In the Intramural Golf men, 113.FICEUR. FAETU 24, Fleet Photo 2 A
Leagues, was hampered by only is leading the American NARTU 14, Supply 4 4.0
two cancellations and under League with a 7-0 record, Dlsp 20, Fleet Photo 4
bright skies the golfers enjoyeda followed by VP-30, with a 6-0 A/C Malnt 13, CFJ 1
fine week of play. record while Admin holds down AF679th 6, O&R-O
The results of last weeks action Hosp 21, FAETU 11
the third spot, with a 6-t'record. CONDITION
was: AF679th continued it's winning Marines 20, Supply 16
AMERICAN LEAGUE
HANDICAP ways In the National League as AT
they took two this past
Admin. 6 1/2, Supply 2 1/2 games
undefeated
week and kept their
A newly married couple cameto
SCRATCH record In tact, at 7-0.
me and wanted to start a
down the second place
Holding
Admin. 4 1/2, Supply 1.1/2 joint account In our bank.
position Is NARTU with a 5-1

NATIONAL LEAGUE record, while tied for the third I made out the account as I 0
HANDICAP spot with 5-2 records are C&R always do: "John and/or Mary

FICEUR 5, FAETU 4 and HospitaLThe Smith or the survivor." They
results of last weeks actionare
CFJ 5 1/2, AF679th 3 1/2 looked at each other, hesitateda
Hosp"B" 5 1/2, NARTU 3 1/2 : bit and then said, "We don't
SCRATCH American League have any yet r'

VP-3018, 4
Weapons
FAETU 4, FICEUR 2
CFJ 6, AF669th 0 Admin 7, VP50 64 I IMPALA SPORT COUPE . . $2795
NARTU 4 1/2, Hosp "B" 11/2 FICEUR 11, Army 3 V-8, Straight stick, R&H, like new.
VP1814, Comm 7 BEAUTIFULTREES 63 I IMPALA STATION WAGON . .$2995Auto
VP3011, Admin 3
VP4511, VP-16 -. 0 trans, R&H, power steering, brakes and
Ladies Bowling FICEUR 10, VP-5 -- 5 windows, tinted glass, luggage rack, WSW, fact. air.

LeagueThe VP-18 -- 9, Army 7 VA-NOTHING DOWN 63 IMPALA SUPER . . II 0. ... $2595R&H

Auto/Transmission, Power SteeringBucket seats.
Naval Air Station Service PHONE HOMESP 3BR,1 1 BATH
Wives Summer Bowling League 1.3770 63TEMPEST LEMANS SPORT COUPE. $2295
will start May 22, at 7:30: p.m. SP 1-0250 S53.00 Automatic Transmission, Radio, Heater, V862CHEVROLETSTATIONWAGON
Service Wives Interested in the WEWIRE FLOWERS

league can get further infor- ? . $1795
mation by contacting Kay Folton, Wiacowiett; PER MONTHCONVENIENT Straight Stick, Radio& Heater, 6 Cylinder
.111-2882.
RokLt TO 62 FORD' GALAXIE "500" . . . $1895
2 door Hard-top, Big engine, 3-2 barrel carburators,
NAS AND SCHOOLS .
103rd St. S. Wesconnett Blvd. straight stick, R&H, excellent condition.

SPECIAL FLOWERSFOR TRADES ACCEPTED 62 IMPALA SUPER SPORT. . . $2195

SOMETHING NEW! EVERY OCCASION Radio & heater, auto trans., pwr. steer, bucket
FREE
DELIVERY
seats Nice as new
JEWELL J. SMITH 264-6126 0 R 771-5274

62 CHEVY 11, . . . . . . .$1495,
TRY OUR. 4 door, 6 cylinderR&H, a real buy.

62 IMPALA 4 DOOR HARD TOP. .$1796

R&H, Auto/trans, P.S., Black with red Interior.
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61 BEL AIR . . II. . .$1395
Sr the Friendly Folks atRIVERSIDE
1q' 4 door, auto trans, R
ck 60 IMPALA SPORT COUPE 0. . $1495
3'r i MOONLITEyV V-8 straight stick, R&H. Nice.


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R&H, white side walls.
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58 BEL AIR I . o. . . . .'. .-. $795

I t 2 door hard-top, V-8, Straight stick, R&H.

57 FORD . . . . . . . $395
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3 HOURS ''rfR r otuna Ft ckso 55 CHEVROLET STATION WAGON $495

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EVENING .

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