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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: May 21, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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by the Holt Publithing Compony, a private; firm. Opinion$ .xpr.ti.d by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to b. considered on official exprettlon of any military department ....
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VOL. 22 NO. 11 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE,__FLORIDA MAY 21, 1964



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Armed Forces Day was cele-

I '. brated Sat., May 16 at the
s yja Mayport Naval Air Station.
The events Included a varietyof 9
events such as; the ComFairJax :
Navy band, the Jax Navy rP\iV

Skydivers, Jaxon Lancers drill
4 team, Air-Sea rescue, Crash
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-- Fire demonstration and static
THE 56TH BIRTHDAY OF THE NURSE CORPS was celebrated displays from various com-

Wednesday May 13th at the "0' Club. Observing the cake cut mands in the Jax Navy complex, FLIGHT LINE-A few of the many planes and armed forces exhibits -

ting ceremonies is Cdr. G. A. Houp, Chief' of' the Nursing Ser The eye-catching event for the that were on display for the Open House Ceremonies heldat -..-

vice ((1)), while Capt. W. G. law ion, CO, (Center) and Ens. P. day was the mass parachute drop NS Mayport, Saturday May 16, are displayed on the one for

Kozma, Jr. Nurse on the station do the cutting honors. (Navy performed by the Vapor Trails" inspection by the public. (Navy Photo by Jerry Davis JOSN)
Photo by Jerry Davis JOSN) Df the NAS Jax Parachute club.
The club also made drops later

during the day, which also Amt nNamed
Rankin Picked proved to be the high-light of the
show. _#
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Displayed along the ?

e As NA TIC SailorOf were various type of aircraft runways used As NATTC's

t by the Navy, Air Force and the .
National Guard.
The Month -- The Coast Guard also had open Hononnan' t:

: c..... ln r, H, ,4ftII
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', ships that are docked alongsidethe John a Fricke.MASN, gradu-
Performance of duty above and ; pier. ated from NATTC's Leadership

beyond what is normally expectedand The afternoon proved to be a Training Program May 8 as Hon
activity in civic affairs have success with examples of onnan of his class.
every
won "Serviceman of the Month" Fricke became honorman by
type weapon from bombs to
honors for March 1964 for an machine guns on display. compiling a higher average than

Aviation Electronics Technician, Later In the day, the skys ,any of his classmates in such _
First Class, at the Naval Air clouded up and the drizzle J : diversified areas as drill and

Technical Training Center. started. The static displayswere f command Naval history Com-
Thomas P. Rankin ATI, was disassembled and J munism, public speaking AmerIcan -
people
awarded. Letter of Commen- Thomas P. Rankin, ATINavys John B. Frk&e
a left for home. But at the other : MASN Government, and principlesof
dation and a U.S. Government end of the field, the Jax Navy leadership and supervision.
Savings Bond Tuesday, May 12, Chuting Skydivers headed for their plane VP45 FliesNonStop Fricke Is attached to the Ma-
In the office of Capt.C.G, Strum, for another one of their success- chine Scholastic Records Branchof

NATTC Commanding Officer. ful drops. With several passes NATTC's Training Facilities
Rankin has been selected for Stars Disband On Division.

the NESEP program, and was (See Vapor Trails on Page 1)FLOATING ) L. E. GIggey, AN. attached to

transferred Thursday, May 14, On NATTC's Aircraft Maintenance
1 RunThe
to the Naval Preparatory Schoolat July Mining Division, served as Company

San Diego, Calif. Commander for the graduation
the U. S.
Stars
The Letter of Commendation The Chuting 1R first mass operational ceremonies and Constructlonman

presented to Rankin read In part: Navy's nationally famed para- flight of the Navy's newest and J. L. Sterling, of NS Mayport
will be
"He; has devoted long hours chute exhibition team, latest patrol plane took place Transportation was Platoon
grounded July 1 "due to bud-
Patrol Squadron 45 Commander.
recently as
(See Rankin 7)) "
on Page getary considerations, Vice Admiral -
sent six of its planes nonstopto
Fitzhugh Lee, Chief of Naval Bermuda and back from
Peru SecNav a Chief Named
Air Training, announced re- practice mining run. ,

Visits NASVice cently.Composed of five officers and >s atx The six four-engine, turbo- As NARTU
prop planes left NAS Jacksonville -
Admiral Florentco 16 enlisted men the team has
x early In the morning at HonormanAnother
Teixeira Vtela: Peru's Secretaryof completed more than 7,300 jumps '
7 a.m.. flew to Bermuda spent
the Navy, visited Jacksonville since it was organized in 1961. approximately two hours In oper- NARTU Jax man Warren -

briefly, arriving Sunday evening without serious injury.In ational training and then returnedto D. Callander ATCA. has
and departing Monday morning. his order the x ,,.
s
disbanding
y NAS Jax non-stop, arriving at walked off with a Leadership
During the Admiral's stay in colorful unit, VAdm Lee said that 3:30p.m. "Hononnan" award.
Jacksonville he stayed at the he "regretted to announce the
The Orion, which carries a This time the honors were
Naval Air Station, Jacksonville disestablishment" crew of 12, is equipped with gained at the Naval Air Training -
as guest of Rear Admiral Robert "This team has exemplified the the latest avionics systems for Command's CPO Leadership

Goldthwaite, Commander Fleet high degree of professional skill the detection and tracking of academy rather than at theNATTC
Air Jacksonville and safety associated with naval ys0 r 7 s K'
school where
submarines and is also used for Jax NARTU
The Admiral and his party aviation in demonstrating para- have
patrol and mining work. men garnered almost all
which Included Mrs. Tlexelra, chutists techniques now used
by
TOWARDS EARTH is At present, VP-45 Is the only the top honors since the last
were In the U.S. on tour of Navy sport parachuting and skydivingclubs
of
1962.
one of the members of the Jax Jax-based operational squadronto class
and other defense Installationsand throughout the nation, have the new plane but Chief Callander took the top
VAdm Lee said Navy Sport Parachute Club that
arrived In Jacksonville at
eventually all patrol squadronsin two awards of five given at his
5:00 Sunday. Sixteen expert jumpers, all took part in the Open House
:
p.m.
class
the Navy will have the Orion. leadership graduation ?t
That evening the group, plus accredited Naval parachutists, Ceremonies held in conjuction .a"
Range of the Orion is exten- Pensacola May 9. In addition to
Peruvian Naval Officers who made the team that pioneered with the Armed
two up Forces Day
sive and it can safely operate being "Honorman", the cv!ef
are currently In Key West,were In the research and devel- activities at NS Mayport efficiently In a 1,000mileSee earned the Commander's Aw d,
guests of honor at a special din- opment of pilot safety and sur- Saturday, May 16. (Navy Photo

(((Jilt. Picture on Pg. 9)) (See Chitting Stars on Page }) by Jerry Davis, JOSN) ( VI'-4S on Puge 7) (See Honorman on Pg. 1Publlsh.d )



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.. Chaplains Message

AFFAIRS,",.,,
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8:00 a. m. Service of Holy

.. .... Communion
9:30 a. m. Service of Divine

fiI Worship School for By Chaplain Frederick J. Murray, LT, USNR
: 9:30: a. m. Sunday :
.
;: ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722
11:00 a. m. Service of Divine
Worship From time to time when encouraging a service man to attend

6:30: p. m. Youth Fellowship Sunday services, the Chaplain hears the excuse "I don't seem to
WEDNESDAY get anything out of going to Church"..
4:30: p. m. Junior Choir Rehearsal Such a reply Indicates a wrong notion of worship. Worship is a
giving, not a getting. God is our Creator, we are His creatures.Our .
7:30 p. m. Senior Choir Re- worship is an expression of the fact that we recognize His supreme -
po hearsal greatness and our own dependency. Worship Is an obligationand

c THEAMERICAN 12:00 p. m. Holy Communion, we owe It to God whether or not we seem to get anything out of It.
Also on all Holy Days. Yet, when we speak of giving to God, we must understand what we
WAV Catholic Services at St. mean. We don't give anything to God by our worship in the sense that
Edward's Chapel, NATTC and we add anything to Him. God is perfect He lacks nothing. What
Naval Hospital can we possible give to Him that would add to this perfection. All
Editorial SUNDAY MASS the praise In the world do not make Mickey Mantle and Willie Mays
6:30 a. m. U. S. Naval Hospital better baseball players. It does not add to their skill, only to their
9:00 a.m.11:00 a. m. St. fame. It makes their skill better known and appreciated. In a similar
Edward's Chapel way, we add nothing to God's perfection when we give Him our worship.The .
DAILY MASS most we can do Is add to His external glory. .We recognize His
Laws Protecting ContractsAre 11:30 a. m. St. Edward's Chapel perfection and praise It. We also make Him better known and loved.In .
MONDAY & TUESDAY this sense then we give something to God by our worship. But
4:15 p! m. King Hall, NATTC the wonderful paradox of our giving is tht In the act of giving we
FRIDAY but open our arms to receive the love and peace and guidance which
Among Our Basic RightsThe 12:05 p. m. U.S, NavalHospital God is anxious to give us. Hands open to give are also open to receive..

SATURDAY Worship Is an obligation, an unselfish giving, but, In worship as
9:00 a. m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY well as in all our dealings with our Creator, we will find that He is
right to contract about our'affairs -- and to know that properly
never outdone in
executed contracts will be binding under the laws existing at the timeis -- generosity.
7:00 8:00 m. and
p. m. : p.
one of the fundamental freedoms enjoyed by Americans.
It is one of the basic threads in the fabric of our way of life. before Masses j
If a man's word. his bond his promise his obligation Catechism Classes:Grade School
If these things had no binding substance -- then we would become a SATURDAY -iTi'
10:00 All Saints' Activities
jungle society following the rule of might Is right and. the devil take a. m.
the hindmost. building 722NURSERY t
But the framers of the Constitution of the United States after the Fr _
The Naval Air Station
unhappy experience with the preceding and Imperfect Articles of Nursery
located in 560 Child
Building on -i
Confederation were determined to guard contracts from ex post
;
Street, opens at 8:15 a. m. on r
Confederation had
facto state legal dodges. The Articles of run _
into grief through the lack of national control of money and credits. Sunday morning. Parents attendIng
With this unhappy experience as a guide the Founding Fathers Sunday Masses or Protestant
wrote in Article 1, Section 10, of the Constitution this prohibition: services may leave young
children in the without
"No state shall pass any bill of attainder ex post facto law nursery 3 !
or law imparing the obligation of contracts. charge.
The term, "ex post facto" applied to criminal law. In its original
concept it meant that a person couldn't be thrown in jail or otherwise
prosecuted account of a law passed later--for something wasn't
prohibited at the time of an alleged action. Traffic Station
.. The provision quoted above extended the principle to civil cases.It .
says, in effect that a contract, either by a state or an individual, MERITORIOUS ACHIEVEMENT-lt. J. P. McCullough: and J. A. Hea-
that was permissible and valid at the time it was made cannot be ViolationsThe therington, AMS2, stand toll as Capt. J. R. Compton, NAS, CO,
voided or otherwise impaired by subsequent legislation.This pins on their medals that they earned during the Hotel Roose
guarantee gives Americans a firm footing for the relation- velt lira in which they took part in the rescue operations. (see

ships that are necessary to the American way of life. following Is a report of Story Page 3.J"Those'
It underlines our business dealings.It motor vehicle and traffic violations -
puts a solid base under legal agreements between individuals.It for the period May 10 .
protects the citizen and the state as parties to a contract. through May 16. who test our '
Contracts aren't just "scraps of paper" under our constitutional .M
guarantees. Our society is not an anarchy, without law and order NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis courage will) find it

but a system under which the individual Is held to his solemn obli- week May 10 through May 16 strong and those. who ; t .

gation. . . .. . . .4 seek our friendship t
With this freedom from capricious laws that might change the rulesin Total accidents this year through

the midst of the game Americans enjoy other rights. May 16, 1964 . .96 uill find it honorable ;.
There is the right to go into business... to compete.. and to makea Total accidents through May I

profit.No 1963 . . . .107 : Ii El
law can "guarantee" profits under our system of free enterpriseBut Jj.+t-
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the basic right is there. And so is the right to engage lawfullyand Total number of days since ,'\, ,<, ); ;

.. competitively in commerce. last Injury In motor vehicle : I
In this free market, Americans have the right to bargain for goods accident . . .5
and services.
And once a binding deal is made no one can lawfully come along NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis
and turn the legal clock back and wipe out these political and economic
week . .. 57 .
rights. But these rights must be defended against FUTURE tinkering. Speeding . . ..13 '

Reckless Driving . .3 JAX AIR NEWS
Going through stop sign .6
Pres. Johnson Calls For Memorial Prayer Other violations . 35

Twenty-five drivers appeared The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaperdistributed

Washington (AFPS) President He said that the same revol- before the traffic hearing boardat each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station.
Johnson has issued a Memorial utionary beliefs and ideals for the meeting held on May 18, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
Day Proclamation calling upon which our forebears fought and 1964. Disposition of the cases private NEWS firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR
"all the people of the nation died are still at Issue In the Include the following: 10 lost Box must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
to invoke God's blessing on those world today."Memorial. driving and parking privileges Publication.2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before
who have died in defense of Day each aboard station for various perIods News Items are welcomed from all sources-
year pro-
our country and to pray for a vides a fitting occasion upon ; one was assigned to com- Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
world of law and order."I Advertisements are solicited the and queries
which our citizens may commem- plete an eight-hour course in remedial by publisher
designate the hour beginningin orate loved ones and offer driving Instructions; six concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing
I' each locality at 11 o'clock prayers for the preservation of had suspended penalties; seven Company, 4724 Clyde Drive. Jacksonville 8, Florida
in the morning of that day liberty and peace free from the were given warnings; three were Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271.
(May 30)) as the time to unitein threat of war," the Presidentsaid. dismissed; and one referred to
such prayer" the President's commanding officers for possible VOL. 22 NO. 11 1964I
Proclamation read. disciplinary rctlon. MAY 21. .

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Second Annual ,:-. Two

Military Para a Navymen

Meet To Be Held ,.. Decorated By


The Second Annual South- I J 1
eastern All-Military Invitational -
Sport Parachute Meet will be Capt. Compton
held at Whitehouse Field, May
30-31, 8:30 a.m. until 6 p.m.
Two local Navymen were dec-
daily L
orated 15,
May
Friday morning
The admission will be free. .
for their In the rescue work
4 t part
.
About 150 are ---
expected
b
jumpers t y
11 during the Roosevelt Hotel fire
to participate in the meet. .t S "
war on 29 December 1963.
RADM ROBERT GOLDTHWAITHE, Lieutenant J. P. McCullough,
ASS T SECRETARY OF DEFENSE-
CFJ, inspects a Douglas Mockup who lives at Quarters 8033 on
The Honorable Thomas Morris, of the proposed TA-4E Sky the Naval Air Station Jackson-
Med Cruise Assistant of Defense '
t ? Secretory Hawk trainer. The exhibit held in ville, received the Air Medal and

(Installations and Logistics) is Hgr. 115, May 15, featured the J.A. Heatherington AMS2,
greeted on his stop over tour aircraft olthefuture.Navy( Photo received the Navy Commendation

TAKE ADVANTAGEOFTHEMERCEDE&BENOVERSEAS via Washington by RAdm. by Ron Gardner, PH2)) Medal Heatherington, lives at .
I j" DELIVERY PLAN! Robert Goldthwaite, Commander 7531 Proxima Rd.,Jacksonville.The .

r ..... <.. Fleet Air Jax and Captain NATTC Institues two, Lt. McCullough and
a J. R. Compton NAS Command Heatherington, were in one of the
/ t" = New To MakeS
Program
.., first
# -- helicopters on the scene.
L- ,-.;-;;;.;; -;:::: ......,..-"-----rj' "'""I. ,.-. ing Officer.VP45 N Advancement EasierA Lt. McCullough piloted the CH-
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helicopter Heatheringtonserved
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new to make advancement -
program
I' ..., ,. '.. 'c.I'J .. ......,.,. (Continued from page I) Seaman as the crewman when
I'' --& "'"......,.0.-.::.:.. .. (.', ..'. -: radius, with top cruising speedof to easier has they made and extemely difficult
: been
.... put in operation at the Naval -
.. over 400 mph.Commander approach to the hotel. They were
Air Technical
Training Cen- forced to go In downwind becauseof
John D. Collins
ter here at NAS Jax for Seaman
the many obstructions In the
Commanding Officer of the
attached
If you are scheduled for the Med or anywhere In squadron flew the number one Apprentices Divisions of NATTC. to Support area and then, despite the turbu-
Europe, Investigate the low cost of a Mercedes Benz. aircraft during the mission. lence created by the thermal effect -
The
Make the arrangements here and have a car all program includes one of the fire, made a successful -
class month and takes ...,..
Vapor TrailsCont. per up
of three
the time you are In Europe. Ship it home and get rescue smoke-expos-
the week just prior to the monthly ed victims.
service anywhere In the U.S.A.
( from Pg. 1)) test for advancement to Sea- The awards were presented
and the clouds lifting thecolorful man. In order to attend, the Sea- during personnel Inspection at
smoke trails became visible as man Apprentice must have com- the Naval Air Station, Jackson-
MERCEDES-BENZ SALES, Inc. 0I. the skydivers left the plane and pleted all courses and practical ville, with Captain James R.

6121 ARLINGTON EXPRESSWAYi : started their descent the earth. factors for advancement, and Compton, Commanding Officerof
This performance opened the must be eligible for advancementon the Air Station, pinning the
; Mile East of Mathews Bridge KA 5.8011 show, so it was only fitting that the 16th of the following month. medals on the two men.
It close the same way. } Formerly, all Seamen Appren-
L I. tices met for classes at periodic -
intervals in addition to their r :t
normal duties. Enrollees in this
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.. program are relieved of other duties % '

except for mustering with }

I (( ) while their attending divisions the each class.morning ;Jj
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Classes meet from 8 a.m. to
7 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., t&t7.;

with a study period from 12 9 ,.
to 1 p.m. The first class is 1 '

scheduled to start May 25.
The course includes such sub- \ .

jects as ship construction, ABC ; ,
warfare, damage control, Rulesof :t" .J" : :: : ::: > ;' i *,

l signals the ,Road steering visual and and sailing sound RI G tI.'N' R\\:

I fit rules, channel bouys, man over- ,
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Naval rates, uniform ; 75' ''
grades
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and Insignia, lookout, sur- >,'.. ;,''. ,.':":*t'::,:>:>-..,:<<:': :'+l +>;(.<,:<<:(........' ''=>;.
... vival In the water,watchandgeneral f.(J" .."
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Ladies Auxiliary Day

:::::CPO Cliilf., Acey, :..puecyClub: MoviesMovies Thursday 0" ,Club May 21 Services Here May 30

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will be shown regularlyat Hour 3:30: p.m. 6 p.m. The Ladies
Thursday, May 21 Happy Auxiliary of the
Happy Hour 4:30 p.m. 6:30:
throughSat- .
Happy Hour 7 p.m. on Monday Dinner 69 p.m.Friday Fleet Reserve Association, Unit
p.m. urday; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on May 22 126, met Thursday night
Friday, May 22 Friday, May 22 Saturday; and Sunday, at the Happy Hour 3:30: p.m. 6 p.m. 16 at their meeting hall at 7673 May
Theatersand
NATTC
Dance to Mach. Four and Jerry Johnny Arnold 8:30 p.m.12:30: Malnslde and at Dinner 6-9:30: p.m. Blanding Blvd. Nominations were
Gray a.m. at 7 p.m. only on Sunday These Charlie Jay 8;12 a.m. held for officers for the next
the Hospital Theater. Saturday, May 23
Saturday, May 23 Saturday, May 23 times are subject to change. Happy Hour 3:30 p.m.6 p.m. year.An iniatiation ceremony was
May 21
Dance to Mark; Castle March Wilson 8:30 p.m.12:30 MainsIde-Shock Thursday, Treatment- Dinner 6-9:30: p.m. held for Mrs. Richard Mullaney
Jelnick 8:30: p.m. exemplifying loyalty,
a.m. Johnny protection
Sunday, May 24 Stewart Whitman, Carol Lynley ,
and service of the
12:30: a.m. Fleet Re-
and the Seven
Dance to Charlie Jay Sunday, May 24 Hoods-Frank NATTC-Robtn Sinatra, Dean Mar Sunday, May 24 serve Association standards.

Monday, May 25 Mark Castle8:30p.m.-1l:30p.m.: tin. Buffet 6-9 p.m., prime ribs of Mrs. James Ransom, Welfare
.. 59-Kurt Jer- beef, steamship rounds chairman, reported many wel-
r: Pizza Night Monday, May 25 Hospital-Psycho Monday, May 25 fare projects of the unit and
Patricia Neal
,
... Tuesday., -May 26 Happy Hour 4:30.p:: 630pm.: gens Happy Hour 3:30: p.m. 6 p.m. the large number of medicine
Friday, May 22 Dinner 6-9 p.m.Tuesday. bottles that had been donated to
Happy Hour Tuesday, May 26 Malnslde-Thls Earth Is Mine- May 26' the Duval Medical Center by

Wednesday, May 27 Closed Rock Hudson, Jean Simmons Bar closed until 7 p.m. (Elec- the Units members. Mrs. Glenn
NATTC-Shock Treatment- tion Day) Stoker Chaplain, and Memorial
Western Music Wednesday, May 27 Stewart Whitman, Carol Lynley Dinner 6-9 p.m. Featuring dishes Day services chairman announced -
Open HospitalRobin and the Seven from Germany the Memorial Day Ser
HoodsFrank Sinatra,Dean Mar- Wednesday, May 27 vices will be held at 11:00: a.m.
Auto Liability Insurance tin. Happy Hour 3:30 p.m. 6 p.m. May 30 in the Bible Garden of
Saturday, May 23 Dinner 6-9 p.m. All the fried the Jacksonville Memory Gar-
DUVAL COUNTY RATESOver Malnslde-The Great Imposter- chicken you can eat.Blueiackel's. dens on Blanding Blvd. Mrs.
25 Married. .$39.00 Over 25 Single. .$43.00 O'Brien Stoker is unit chairman in cooperation -
21-25 Married. . Tony Curtis, Edmund
$55.00 21-25 Single. . $72.00
Under'21 Married. $67.00 Under 21 Single. .115.00 NATTC-This Earth Is Mine- Inn ( with Mrs. Thomas Co-
6 MO. POLICY MONTHLY PAY PLANMcDOUGALL'S Rock Hudson, Jean Simmons wart the Branch 126 Memorial
Day Services chairman held in
HospitalShock Treatment- Thursday, May 21
INSURANCE Stewart Whitman, Carol Lynley Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings 8-12 memory of the departed membersof
the Fleet Reserve Association
AGENCY Sunday, May 24 a.m. Friday, May 22
C"" MainsideSunday in New York- 126.Plans made for the forth-
Hear Main Gate NAS, JAXPhone Redcoats 9-1 a.m.Saturday were
Jane Fonda, Cliff Robertson coming official visit of Mrs.
6463 Roosevelt-Blvd EV 8-7676 NATTC The Great Imposter- May 23 Lillian Keehan, the Ladies Aux-

Tony Curtis, Edmund O'Brien Redcoats 9'-la.m. iliary Fleet Reserve Association
Hospital This Earth Is Mine-
National President on June 3.
Rock Hudson, Jean Simmons Sunday, May 24 Mrs. Keehan will be accompaniedby

Phil Cay and the Chattels 8-12 the Southeast Regional Vice
25
BLACK ANGUS Monday, May
Mainside-Love with the Pro- a.m. President, Mrs. Rachael Bull-

per Stranger-Natalie WoodSteve Monday, May 25 winkel.
McQueen The next meeting of the Ladies
Meat Company NATTCSunday In New York- Pizza Night Auxiliary will be held June 11

''A Jane Fonda, Cliff Robertson Tuesday, May 26 at 8 p.m. The meeting will be
a"I! ''.''" A Real Old fashioned Meal Market Hospital-The Great Imposter- the annual election of officersto
or Tony Curtis, Edmund O'Brien Happy Hour 5-7 p.m.Wednesday be held in the meeting hall
4029 Blanding Blvd. CEDAR HILLS 771.7362 at 7673 Blanding Blvd.
May 27
Tuesday, May 26
MainsideNaked KissCon- Game Night 8p.m.USO .
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f FRA's Branch 91
HARM Releases
To Hold Memorial reenlist In the Naval Air Reserve
Rates AvailableFor are assigned their pre-

Service MMay 24 RecruitingVeterans vious pay ;grade and rating.

Branch 91 Fleet Reserve Veterans of other armed services -
Association will hold it's annual with specialty numbers
Memorial services on Sunday may now enlist or comparable\ to the Navy's GroupIX
May 24. Church services( reenllst In the Naval Air Reserve ratings, may enlist at the
will be held at 11:00 a.m. at the for either four or six same rate held upon discharge, .
NAS Prostestant Chapel with years.To. not to exceed E7.Enlistments .

their regular outdoor ritual following qualify for the enlistment
at 12 noon at the NAS the veteran must not be over in the latter cate- --....-.-
saluting battery site. gory are temporary and the personnel -
Both the branch and the Ladles 39 years old. The total prior enlisted must qualify for O" LUNCHEON-TUJocbonvilU
Auxiliary unit will participate in service, Inactive or active, In the pay grade assigned within Officers Wives Club will present
these services also any veteran's any branch of the Armed Forces 18 months after enlistment. o sports fashion show at the"O" CANNOE& SOoN

organizations who desire to attend be subtracted Club on May 27 starting atl 1:30 CUSTOM BUILDERS 4 -
may from the
and bring floral offerings to of 39 age Additional Information on the The committe for the affair areL 7717021Specializig
a vet over to meet the
.Naval Air Reserve Is available
be dropped at sea are also invited age requirements. without obligation at the NARTU ( to R) Mrs. W. R. Johnson, Mrs., in Firrf faces.Carporlt. ;-
to attend. L R. Roberts, Mrs. C. E. Rodgers FtoHdaRoomtadDtt' .
Futher Information may be obtained Former members of the Navyor Jax Recruiting Office Bldg.#901, FREE ESTIMATES
and Mrs. J. R. Ward, Chairman.
by calling W. J. Capwell, Coast Guard who enlist or Ext. 361/268.
President of Branch 91 at EV .... -- ._--,-_... "'_.Y.----;...,.__..._,- ....." ..... ....,,_ II.''''.'
9-7993. .t Y'
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vlval equipment. They have
thrilled more than 15.5 million
spectators throughout the nationin
their breathtaking aerialdem-
onstratlons during the past 3 :
1/2 years.
VAdm Lee exercises military
control over the team from his
Pensacola Naval Air Station .. .-
headquarters, which Is also home
station of the parachutists. The
"Stars" are commanded by Lieu-
tenant Commander M. "Pete"
Jarina, of Stamford, Conn.
Before disbanding July 1, the ., .W, wttW
Chuting Stars are scheduled to
perform at Atlanta, Ga., May 16;
Wright-Patterson AFBOhio, May
17; NAS Pensacola, Fla., May
19; Springfield, Mo., May 21;
NAS Olathe, Kan., May 23-24; .
Johnstown, Pa., May 31; Grand :
Rapids, Mich., June 6; NAS Pen- rtevw
sacola's 50th Anniversary cele-
bration, June 13; Corpus Christi -
Tex., June 19-20-21; NAS
Pensacola, June 24th, and their
final appearance June 27-28 at
NAS Memphis, Tenn. All other
scheduled performances have
been cancelled.


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..**V,* '.. -J.f, I" 0.\. ," :, '.,' .#. ..1. ". IIllf- '.,v PL'AQUESiWAIf)lle&) Movf Recruiting ED!i-Thelackson office has.

\ \\9.' ft:, ; put out the word that they want
more plaques from Squadrons,
: Air Stations, Ships and Air Wings.
They have a total of' 151 ship
IJt
and squadron plaques now. The
Jax Recruiting Station was ratedas
JJ" tFr I number three in the Nationin
14, ;r S f 1962 on enlistments, and they
...
I reached the same heights in
,
.. j.: 3 1963. This recruiting center the
processing center 'for Florida andS.
t t I }! f'f E. Georgia. Plaques and

cruisebooks can be sent to Lt.
-- J. W. Hamlett, PIO,537 Riverside
.a Avenue. (Navy Photo)

.y Former Enlisted Man Named


Here's whorewe get personal... Outstanding Navy Cadet of '63

PERSONAL LOANSYou Ensign William M. Myers Navy Air Cadet of the Year
USNR, of Ferguson, Mo., was award presentation by the National -
can borrow money from us for any worthwhile named Outstanding Naval Aviation Society Daughters of the
purpose. Maybe you need some to go on leave. Perhapsyou cars are insured Cadet of 1963 by the Chiefof American Colonists.
need money for a child's school tuition for next with us than with Naval Air Training at Pen- The young naval officer was
fall. Whatever you need money for, come see us first. any other company. sacola. selected as the most outstand-
Applications for Personal Loans can be picked up at Find out why now! The 28 year old former enlisted ing cadet after he was judged
our facility office. alrcrewman flew to Wash- the most outstanding In the areas
BANKING HOURS: MON. THRU THURS. 11:00 A.M. ington, D.C., where he was per- of flight proficiency academic
til 3:00 P.M., Fri. 9:30A.M: til 4:30 P.M. ACROSS MARK UTSEY sonally congratulated by Presi standing and officer-like qual-
FROM ADMINISTRATION BUILDING NAS.Phone Ext.'s iJ.E' BlondingBlvd dent Johnson; Secretary of the ities.
389.0338 Paul H. Nltze Chief of
8272 or 8273. Navy ; Currently serving with Fighter
- THE BARNETT NATIONAL BANKUS Naval Operations Admiral David Squadron 142 based at the Naval
....... L. McDonald; Senator Stuart
Air Station, Miramar,CalifEn-
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Mutual Automobile Iniunnit Company Symington Congressman sign Myers files the McDonnell -
Thomas B. Curtis.
Home Officti ,Illinois
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A big day in Washington for the Navy's fastest and highest-
Ensign Myers ended with the flying aircraft.

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.; .;. ... How To Avoid Boating HONORMAN Rankin


';; (Continued from page 1)) (Continued/mm page 1)
to counseling students and has
Accidents What To Do for
presented leadership ability. shown exceptional concern for

Being an "Ibnorman" is nota their welfare. In addition to

American waterways will be crowded with picturesque sailboats, k'I new experience for Chief Cal- his military duties, he has dis-

roaring motorboats, and ordinary rowboats this year as they have > lander. Just last year, while a played commendable Interest In

never been before. I first class petty officer, he won civic affairs. He Is a memberof

About one of five families owns a boat. The boating industry esti- the top honors in his leadershipclass the United Services Organ-

mates about eight million crafts are bobbing along the nation's inland 4 at NATTC Jax. He has ization Council, Is active In the

and coastal shorelines waiting to provide weekend diversion or,vacation \ ,)al ."j, also taken top honors in his Big Brothers program and Is

pleasure for millions of boating fans. ,,:1 r classes at "B" and Instructor currently working with two
isn't 'f : f' I. ,', Training schools. fatherless boys.
But boating always laughsand '
with the boat boats (
Stay ; most Chief
Callander
1', has been In the "Rankin demonstrates qual-
smiles. The Coast Guard reports *> ,
float though capsized. If there ot-\ 'Ip" Navy 12 and has beenan
that about 1,000 t' years ities of leadership usually foundIn
persons
are two of you, you can support --1' active reservist since
qi'\ .+ duty much higher positions of re-
lose their lives in boating mis- \
w .
the keel t
yourselves across by '" July 1956. He has been stationed -
sponsibility. His devotion to duty
haps annually. The Nationwide each Wbrren D. Callander, ATCA
taking turns holding onto
at NARTU Jax since January has won the highest esteem of
Insurance Companies of Colum-
other's wrists.
58 and is assigned to the commands -- the officers and men with whomhe
bus, Ohio, say accidents cost 14 Personnel
boat owners about $8 million in You're far from shore anddis- Training Department in works, and his loyalty and
fire aboard the Aviation Technical Training demeanor reflect great pride In
property loss each year. cover a ship. Receive E3Advancement
Safety experts for Nationwidehave division. the Naval Service..."

been keeping their eyes on Use a fire extinguisher or,

the boating boom and the increas- if possible, throw the burning
overboard. If Fourteen of the PIZZA PANTRY
ing congestion on the waterways. material the firecan't personnel 1
Jacksonville Naval Air Station
be controlled
They're concerned about water jettison e- \ i I I -
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l
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Senators Holland and celebration of the character 50th Anniversary Celebration ,

will contribute greatly

Introduce Resolution In educational and to defense and cultural of the To Be Held At Pensacola '

of the United States by

Florida's two United "States The resolution, the great traditions A host of festive activities,
Senators, Spessard L, Hollandand Mr. Holland for aviation which have running the gamut from beauty
George A. Smathers, have Smathers, said handed down through the pageants to a gigantic air show
introduced a joint resolution in and which must be kept and open house,parades, national
the current session of Congress was limited model airplane meet and sailing
the ivity prior to In today's troubled world,"
commemorating golden anniversary events fill out the program for
of a school for continued.
of the Naval Air
this year's 50th anniversary cel-
Station, Pensacola.The aviators at recognition is ebration of the Naval Air Station -
resolution (S.J. Res. 145)) Air Station, of the "contributions, the a: Penscola' Fla. w..r
also authorizes and garded as the
design
manu-
naval aviators." and the warm friendship of the cel-
facture of a galvano in recog- 6."A by the people of Pensa- Highlight year-long
Invita-
ebration will be a public
nition, of the significant event.
The medallion
and Escambla County tion to tour the base and an air
out by the U.S. these fifty years for the show on Saturday, June.13.' This .
CAN YOUTAKE to the '! of NAS, Pensacola, date was set to coincide with the
the
resolution.
."
City of Pensacola's annual FIesta -
the
YOUR CAR WItH YOU? making of Five Flags celebration.The .
be footed jointly resolution concludes:
50th ANNIVERSARY Naval
For Financing and Insurance Anniversary Congress of the United golden anniversary open
Pensacola, Fla., is
Station
stateside and overseas, call 9 witha Air
Fiesta of Five recognizes with apprec- house will begin at a.m.
DYER M. BURR, representing the significance of these morning air show at Cheva- marking it's 50th anniversary,

GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES The gold, toward malnttnlng: world lier Field. The Chutlng Stars, June 13. The aircraft in the

FINANCE CORPORATION & vano will be through strength of the Navy's famed Parachute Exhibition picture, a N3N-3 trainer, was
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE Station for aviation and through the Team and the Flying Professor used during the thirties and early
according to of the hearts of the will perform. This crowd WW II training Naval Aviators.

INSURANCE'5613 COMPANY Road. The ceremony is who have given naval pleasing show will be followedby This plane is one of many that
Timuquana the week of June that strength." aPre-FllghtParadeandGrad-
PH. 771.0527 are among the historic displaysat
uation at the nearby parade
the Naval Aviation Museum.
Later 50th Anniversary
grounds. a
:_ cake-cutting and plaque unveiling Official Navy Photo)

attended by ranking civil
BIG ""'
TheBARRACUDA and military dignitaries will Points of Interest on these
-. round out the morning's activi- guided tours Include the Naval
ties. Aviation Museum, School of Av-
iation Medicine, School of Pre-
thru IS HERE At 1 p.m., at Forrest Sher- fllght's survival unit and his-

MAY23rd SEE IT NOW! man Field, the Navy's precision toric Ft. Barrancas. Weekend
flight demonstration team, the tours also Include visits to the
Bluengels, will take to the aircraft carrier Lexington.
ON air to open a thrill packed after-
CHRYSLERSI
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R
s demonstrations latest aircraft. by the Navy's> VleacoruuettFtoat/


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party Officers at Club.the NAS Jacksonille You In, e 64 \: .' \fltl. i!:';::::::::;':':: !

(The following Item was recently -
The group left Jacksonville at printed in the "Disbur- should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Clyde

.0:00 a.m. Monday for Washingn ;' sing Digest" a publication of the Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
where the Admiralas Y for the Ads arriving -
D.C. R ebI Comptroller of the Navy. It could Tuesday publication following Thursday.
[ met by the Honorable Paul too late for this deadline will be published the
be of vital Interest to everyone
of the week unless the is Instructed other
|. Nitze Secretary Navyd -military and civilian personnel- following publisher
will 'spend several days In wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad
paying Income tax.)
Washington before going to othsrbcaUties. must be received WITH the copy for the ad.
Now that the withholding tax
cut Is In effect and Is DO NOT SEND CASH.
In addition to the Admiral ands enjoying the extra everyone In their RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). e . e $LOO
money
wife Captain Julio Garcia pay checks, everything Is rosy. Per additional line ((4 words per line) . 35

neo. Secretary to Admiral; I However, when income tax filing
mmander Anturo Callsto time rolls around next year the EXCEPTIONAL 3 BR 2 B House For Sale: 62 Corvalr- Ford-

orey, Project Peruvian I picture may not be so bright. for SALE. Built In Kit. ,Nr. 58 Kaufman with motor &
val..Shipyard and Commander Based upon the tax rates ex- schools. Low equity IncL air Trailer,,:X j lls'MV.Dunn,353-4461

car Barco Sisley, Aide to the "RADM. Robert Goldthwaite tabllshed by the Revenue Act cond. & drapes. Fenced back. FOR SALE; :'"Kenmore Delus Gas
miral, were In the group.e Commander Fleet of 1964,withholding tax should $7L10 mo. PH 771-2968. 6804 Range with Griddlelike new.
Jacksonville
have been approximately lOb for Daughtry Blvd S. $75.00 Ph. 388-0308
(L) greets Vice Admiral Florencio
1964 and 14<7<> thereafter. To avoid 59 HILLMAN, Radio New tires,
Apt. For Rent: lBR.FurnConv.
Teixeira
could Vela
nation cut expenses Peru's
Secretaryof
the of with-
preparation two Motor In cond. $300.00SP
exec.
To NAS JAX & Cecil Fld. $60.00Mo.
could note If onlyse the
anyone Navy, who visited NAS
tables for
holding tax (one Iffjo 1-2277 after 5 p.m. Call 389-0388
[ expenses couldn't vote. Jax Sunday 18. for the
May (Navy Photo period March 1 through
HOUSE FOR SALEOak Hill- RECONDITIONED T.V
gene P. Bertin- by Ron Gardner, PH2)) December 31, 1964 and the otherat
Br. 11/2 B. Hdwd. floors. Fla. Guarnteed 30 days.
14% for subsequent years),
Rm. W/flreplace, fenced yrd. Good Selection
the Act
prescribed a withholdingtax
ATTENTIONall many extra's. 771-5663 after CALDER T.V. SALES
at 14 fo commencing March 1
5 p.m. 5312 Wesconnett at 103rd
1964. The result Is that for the
Navy PersonnelTravel months of Jan. and Feb. the FURN APT.Lake Shore Small, New Furn. 4 R. Apt, Prlv. bath,
front & back Ent. Yd. & Gar.
withholding rate was 2'/0 more Clean, Cool, large yd., utilities
$65.00 Mo. IncL utlL
than it should have been, and furs $45.00 Mo. EV 9-4275 some
3873 Herschel St. EV44328FOR
for the remaining ten months It
will be 2fo/ less than that pre- BEST OFFERCent.. Air .3 BR. SALE: Naval Officers Uni-
scribed by the Act. Therefore, 2 B. Sep. DR, Den, fence, Dble. forms Blue, White,Khaki, sizes
$f most people may be shocked un- Cpt. cor. lot, Prof land scp. 43, 44. Capu Stripes Excelent to

less warned beforehand, when 6337 Garretta Dr. 771-5153. Fair. Ext. 8601.TEMPORARY.

they find out that they owe Un-

cle Sam a substantial amount of C WORKWE
money for calendar year 1964
Federal taxes. T
There Is a solution to the prob- I' NEED

lem. Members may file an Emr (

r ployee's Withholding Exemp- ... Stenographers, Legal) Stenos, Typr

tion Certificate (Form W-4)) to Ists, Transcribers, PBX, Key Punch
reduce the number of dependentsand Comptometer Operators.

Increase the amount of Income Top Poy.Pald Weekly NO FEES

tax withheld, or file a
request for additional withholding r-M MANPOWER INC

of tax." 905 American Heritage Life Bldg.
In other words, there are two
Jacksonville
Fla.
ways to be sure that enough
money Is being deducted for with-

holding tax:
1. Drop one exemption. This
will mean about $8 a month BOWLOMATICLANES
more would withheld from
BLANDING BLVB. AT CEDAR CREEK
your pay.
2. Submit a written request

home on furloughthe (Forms available at any Navy LANES AVAILABLE FOR OPEN BOWLING
Finance Office) that a

quick, low-cost way. specific amount (In additionto JOIN A SUMMER LEAGUE OPEN BOWL
the normal withholding)
by Coast Line Train be deducted each month. FOR 35( PER GAME
Either of these two methodswill
Insure that "hit"
NO STANDBY-SEATS GUARANTEEDFour at the end of the you are year not for an EVERYDAY 8 A.M. to 6 P. M.

amount far In excess of what

trains daily to the North. Also, daily was withheld from your pay.A LEAGUES NOW FORMING FOR MIXED DOUBLES, MENS
word of caution however onlya HANDICAP, LADIES HANDICAP, LADIES MORNINGSAND
service to the West and South. tax expert can estimate your AFTERNOON COFFEE LEAGUES.

exact amount of withholding so LEAGUES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
that you may come out even or
Check these low, low one-way furlough fares nearly even at the end of the TEL: EV 4.6221 or EV 7.3569 for further information.

RICHMOND $16.15 year. .
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Key West Cops Rifle & Pistol



AI Titles To Sweep 6ND MatchesAs

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the smoke cleared In the 6ND Rifle & Pistol Matches held
I at the Jacksonville Police Pistol Range and the Rifle Range at Campoff x

,.,!' .'1i Blanding, NAS Key West walked the ranges with both the Rifle
r and Pistol Team championships.NAS .
Jj The winners of the individual
RIFLE AND PISTOL TEAM MATCH: ',winners in the 6ND'conrpetittion ?* Jacksonville,the host base, rifle matches were: 1st place-- .

.were, the marksmen from Key West. (L to R) Front'row-, F.: I... coped the third place position in the C.S. Garrett, GMGC (DY), Key "TOP GUN" IN THE INDIVIDUAL
Salom, TM1 1; R. F. Riggs, SOI; R. l. Lovitt, ET1; Bock row-J. J. pistol team matches, and second West, with a 230-15v; 2nd place- rifle matches aHhe6NDcompeti-
Golica; AM EC; C. S. Garrett!, GMGC (DV); J. E. Moran EOC; place In the rifle team matches, and J. E. Moran, EOC, Key\West,witha lion was C. S. Garrett, GMGCDV
C. E. Land, AOC; and J. L Brewer, ATI. (Navy Photo by Harold D. R. Brlgance. AE1, of vP-ro, 230-lOv; 3rd place--J.M. Bolick ( ), of Key West who blastedthe
shooting for the Jax Navy team A01. USS F.D. Roosevelt CVA-
Benson, SN) ( targets with a230.15v.Navy(
took third In
the place position 42)) with a 225-llv;; 4th place--
the Individual pistol matches.As Lieutenant C.U'Betts, NAS Cecil Photo by Harold Benson, SN)

alfa romeo the team rifle matches were Field with a 224-9v; and 5th Sixth Week
being wrapped up, the marksmenhad
place--F. ISalom, TM1, of Key
a downpour of rainto West with
steady a 2248v.
Reduced to contend with. The marksmen Winners In the rifle(f I team Of 1M Golf

3195 wearing glasses commented that championship were: 1st place---
the targets appeared to have more Key West with a 859-30v; 2nd On NAS Links
than one bulls eye on them due to place--Jax Navy with a 832-4Gv;
New "GUILIA" 1600 The results of the Naval Air
the water spots on the lenses. and 3rd place-- USS Saratoga
p0 N. Sportt Car Oflerj>. Muck fr !. Lmi The first five winners In the Individual (CVA-60)) with a 718-2Iv. Station Intramural linksters
/ Five Forward Speed Fully Synchronized Gar Box action the.
NAS
d Twin Overhead Com Shoftt pistol matches were: 1st The South Atlantic Fleet Matches on "greens" are:
ll; 0 .. Aluminum Engine, Putoni.' Gear Box ond Axle Homing place--Lieutenant Commander J. will, be held at Annapolis Mary- American League
; / Disc and Aluminum Fin Broke
- ) R. TrlppComlhLant"Chasn,South land, May 1830. HandicapVAP626
"rq ANC Authorized ai/a/ romeo Stlti end Strvic
Carolina, with a 272-5; 2nd place- .- --'-',
MERCEDES-BENZ SALES, INC. Lieutenant C. 1.. Betts, NAS Cecil 1/2, Admin 2 1/2
/4t4 ARLINGTON IXMISSWAY RA SI01I8IG Field, with a 265-5; 3rd place VP-30"A" 8, VP451,
D.R Brlgance AE1, (VP-30)) Jax Hosp"A" 9, Supply 0
Navy, with a 265-3; 4th place-- Scratch
YJJl E S R. E. Rlggs, SOI, FSS Key West,
CHIEF 111 I CUUirUIutia \ with a 263-5; and 5th place-- VAP-62 3 1/2, Admin 2 1/2

I J. M. Bolick, AOl, USS F.D. PA y to VP-30"A" 4, VP-45 2
I Roosevelt (CVA-42)) with a 2634. 1 Hosp "A" 6, Supply 0

Locations To Serve You The team pistol match results National League
were: 1st place--Key West witha TOP MARKSMAN-One of the
top ...Handicap.. .
6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD. 104013x; 2nd place---NAS '"
j x Mile N. NAS Gate marksman for the Jax Navy team
Cecil Field with 1010-lOx VP30"B"Hosp 6, FICEUR 3
5444 NORMANDY Across From Atlantic Mills a ; in the 6ND Rifle matches was
3rd --Jax with 981- "B" 5, AF679th 4
place Navy a
2809 MA PORT RD. }Vi Mile From NS Gate It. D. R. Forsythe, NAS Assistant .

|BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE (formerly| Pruitt FRITZ' !,Tire: Co.)' Saratoga 13x; and (4th CVA-60)plce) was with the a 827-USS Weapons Officer. (Navy Photo by Scratch

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Fherrel Of The Pizzan's Banquet Ends



owls His 3rd 600 GameThere Winter League .



Starts SummerThis .
were no new 600 keglers posting a 604. Therrel's cur-

Intramural Bowling leagueshis rent high 600 game Is 618.
r1 the 22, will
Friday May see
week. Kenneth Therrel The results of last weeks
past the start of the Summer Service
Pizzan's keglers action are:
the
for
x>wling Wives Bowling league, to beginat
600 by
oiled his third game AMERICAN LEAGUE' 7:30 p.m. on the Naval Air

Station Bowling Lanes. I
IM Bowling Griffins Warriors
4 sky 0 Thirty-four weeks of kegler
Crash&Fire
2 Eagles 2 action is put Into two leagues, 1
StandingsThe Cursors
1 Doc's
1
summer and winter. The winter
Mad Foxes 1 Cannon Cockers
In eachof 1 In the first
top three teams NeedlersFalcons 0 Seabees league begins part
the three Intramural Bowling 0 of September. The leagues are
1
Riggers 1 to all service-men's wives.At .
open
Leagues are: Marlins 1 FICEUR N1 1CFJuBtI presentation ceremoniesheld

AMERICAN LEAGUE 0 CuttersCONTINENTAL 0 at their winter banquet, In

FICEUR3# 39-17 LEAGUE the NAS Chiefs Club banquetroom WINNING TEAM IN THE NAS Service Wives Bowling Leogue-

VA- 29-13 last Friday May 15, (L to R),DoIly Miller, Virginia: Edge, Betty Gallup, Claire Pearson

Phantoms 34-18 Pizzan's 3 Supply 1 trophies Reciptants were passed of these out. awards and jean'McManaman. (Navy Photo by Harold Benson, SN)

LEAGUEPizzan's NARTU1 4 CJF "A" 0
CONTINENTAL were:
A v ions 4 Stackers 0
37-15 1st place team--Dolly Miller,
Paymasters 3 Mix Masters 1
Spoilers 33-19 Protons 3 Alley Cats' 1 Virginia Edge, Betty Gallup, mm SPECIAL

Avions 37-23 Spartans 2 FICEUR #2 2 Claire Pearson and Jean Mc-
Manaman. High Average--Dot CHICKEN DINNER 99
NATIONAL LEAGUEMad NATIONAL LEAGUE Cornelison with a 153. High

Foxes 50-11 Series--Virginia Edge with
Chiefs 41-15 Rookies 4 NARTU N2 0 563, and the high series handicap a a a

Needlers 40-16 AF679th 3 OWl Hoots 1 was captured by Polly Law-
Luck7' 4 Bombers 0 rence with a 624. OPEN DAILY We Make aSpecialty

Baymen 4 Marines 0 The high game was posted by .44' 11:30: -A.M. TO 10 P.M. of
LifeguardsWanted
Play Boys 3 Thunderheads 1 Kay Felton with a 202 and the .
CATFISH
Phantoms 4 FICEUR.3 #3 0 high game handicap was rackedup ET SHRIMP

Electrons 4 Rejects 0 by Kay Antignamo with a OYSTERS

Any military personnel with life 232.The W.LB.C. Achievement % .. CHICKEN
Interested In STEAKS
guard experience ward was won by Betty Gallupand .
of life- Pools TAKE-OUT SERVICE
for a position
guard applying for the summer season OpeningThe the most improved kegler was 7I' ,., BANQUET SERVICENCiUt
Maggie Myre. .
BUSINESS MEN'SLUNCH
during off-duty hours submit More Information on the
their names to the Recreation tenative date of May 29 leagues can be obtained from

Officer, Bldg. 704, or call will see the opening of two of Mrs. Verblc by calling 171-5255. 3438 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771 5581

extension 593. the NAS swimming pools. These _.
pools are Number 36 (EM Pool

behind Bldg. 3)) and pool 707
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Comm 10, VAP-62 9
Halts VP-30 To Gain Army AFES 14, VP-16 10 V'. .\


Sole Possessions Of AM LeagueOne FAETU National a, AF679th League 0 1

OtR 9, CFJ 1
of the exciting games this mondmen", previously unde- Dlsp a, A/C Malnt 7
past week pined the two undefeated feated, were defeated this NARTU 4, Marines 1
teams of FICEUR and VP30 week by F FAETU 8-0. past Hasp 17, Supply 7 CARS
against each other to decide who This leaves only the FICEUR AF679th 11, Fleet Photo 0
would retain the American League squad In the American Hasp 14, Disp a
"No. 1" spot and keep their with an unblemished record.League FAETU 14, A/C Malnt 11 1 IN
record unblemished. OtR 16, Supply 9
FICEUR came out the victor The results of last weeks action NARTU a. CFJ 5 4.0
by the score of 4-3 but only are: .
after the very highly contested American League
game had gone Into extra Innings Weapons 2, Admin '0
the bases got loaded andY VP4512, VAP623 Governor Nelson Rockefeller, CONDITION
.. the winning run was walked In by FICEUR 4, VP303 campaigning for the Republican
virtue of the base on balls on the Comm 6, VP165 Presidential nomination In Cal- AT
batter VP512, VP182 ifornia, was asked what he plan-
VP4510, VU100 ned to do If elected."That's -
The Air Force 679th "dia- FICEUR 6, Weapons 3 not worrying me one
bit," he joked. What rm con- .
cerned about is what Til do
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