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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 11, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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NAS CHANGE OF COMMANDof SET JUNE 30The \.,"..'

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Captain John R. Mackroth will Staff. He graduated from Stan- prospective Commanding) I'
assume duties of Commanding ford University at Palo Alto,Cal Officer is married to the former d dYe
officer U. S. Naval Air Station, ifornia In 1936 and received his Miss Alice McKnight of
Jacksonville, relieving Captain commission In December 1938 Pittsburgh, Pa They have three
James R. Compton In ceremonies after completing the Naval Aviation daughters. Rv' rI ,
to be held on Tuesday, June Cadet Program. Captain Compton, a native of N
30 at 2 p.m.DurLng After graduating from General Kentucky, has been In commandof
these same cere- Line School ..In Newport, R. L, NAS Jax since September 1962.
monies, Captain Compton will retire In 1947, he attended Ohio State He graduated from the U. S.
from Naval Service after University where he received a Naval Academy with the class of
30 years' active duty. MS degree In Personnel Admin- 1934 and received his Naval Aviator -
Captain Mackroth comes to istration. Captain Mackroth has designation upon completionof )
Jacksonville from the staff of also attended the Naval War Col- flight training at Pensacola
Commander Fleet Air Mediter- lege and the National War College -
Captain James R. Compton ranean where he served as Chief (Continued on Page 11)) Captain John R. Mackroth _


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Publithcd by the Holt Publlthing Company, a private: firm. Opinions .xpr.itd by the publithor and wilt."t hrln are their i own and not to b. conildorvd an'official oxproiilon of any military department.
The appoaranca of advertltements In this publication does not constitute on endorsement of any military department of' the product cor services advertised.
VOL. 22 NO. 14 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JUNE 11, 1964COMPTON'S
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RAIDERS-lCpl. Robert L. Davis presents $300 State ville about Board 10 .

the Raiders collected to Capt. James R. Compton. (Navy Photo
by Marc Whetstone, J011Compton's pital In ( )

Raiders Get a after The Mayport and

Commander


Monelaughs,5creamsSmall Gator port The Bowl i

NARTU Jax Photo'I

bands of jungle-dressed, armed-to-the-teeth, ruggedlooking A4B
combat-seasoned Marine guerillas roamed the streets of) NAS Donald E. Photo'F
JaxThursday and Friday,June 4 and 5. Terrorizing exchange patrons. Training
motorists, commissary shoppers, and anyone caught walking the borne at :
streets, these marauders demanded money from their victims. Kough
The Alert Security was noti- ( )
fied that terrorists seemed on Flag Day Rites ,j .
the verge of overthrowing the , present regime, but, alas, Instead ";j ;
of squelching the revolt,two June ,' ;:',t. :
Set for 14 ';" "*';
sailors from the force desertedto 'it.'. "',)J!}l
the terrorists ranks! After two 'jJ
Special flag dedication cere-
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days of terror and gunfire, the monies will be held Sunday June { .,.k"tf :
retreated -
bazooka-wielding guerillas <
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14, at the NAS Jacksonville All
Into hiding, apparently a Saint's Chapel In commemoration > ;.;>
pre-conceived part of their ter- with .tq
Flag Day.
rorist campaign. No serious ""M
Two new nags, one a Christian \
reported but <.
casualties were
the other a 50 star Amer-
they sutceded In obtaining a H'LIFE
ican ensign, will be carried to ;
of
sizable amount money. the alter by Navy and Marine
Perhaps a visiting reporter' Corps color guards during
would have reported last week's
Navy Relief Campaign Drive the 9:30; a.m., services.
by the Marine Barrack In the Chaplain R W. Radcliffe sen-
above fashion. "Com'pton's Rai- ior Navy chaplain In the Jack- SAVER
Is sonville area will conduct the mander
ders", their official name, a
group of Marines who, during dedication which will be video- Jet Training
their liberty hours campaignedfor tapped by WFGA-TV (Channel A4B
Navy Relief as a Marine 12)) for telecast In Jacksonvilleon serum
best knows howwith an .I-l July 5. (for a boy I
The flags are a present to
and
slung from his shoulder a deadly '
the Chapel from a former par- )
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JAX AIR HEWS


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:,;;:!:::!:::;:;:!!i!HH By James F. Agnew
!!!! c.:::> SUNDAY
IIII 8:00 a. m. Service of Holy "The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world". This a saying

Communion that is almost forgotten In our present age but It Is --n axiom which

9:30 a. m. Service of Divine has something to say to the modern parent. The obvious implication is

Worship that proper supervision of children begins with infancy. This axiom Is

9:30 a. m. Sunday S.:'hool for not confined to those who are already parents but implicates those who

yF ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 are thinking about, or contemplating marriage.A .
11:00: a. m. Service of Divine baby is the most helpless of all creatures. He is utterly dependentupon

Worship his parents for food protection shelter and love. The personality of

6:30: p. m. Youth Fellowship any child is molded governed by the parents who brought him Into the

:; !!! ; WEDNESDAY world. Bringing a life into being should be a solemn and sobering act of
!! 4:30: p. m. Junior Choir Rehearsal two people dedicated to the task of rearingthat life In an atmosphere of

love and discipline. If the couple planning to be married would only see

.. 1IIIi t- 7:30: p. m. Senior Choir Rehearsal this as a clear cut responsibility of married life then that marriage
.;:.::::::::::::.:.: ., .. would already be a bastion of strength against stress and strain. If the
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12:00: p. m. Holy Communion, married couple with children would only see how important the proper

Also on all Holy Days supervision of their children Is, then that couple would In effect be lay-

Catholic Services at St. Ing a necessary foundation for strong character integrity and eventual

1 Edward's Chapel, NATTC and maturity of their offspring.

OkAoicoi a Naval Hospital All the boys clubs and all the girls auxiliaries good though they

xiI4e/( SUNDAY MASS. may be, will not suffice for the family hearth. All the juvenile courts

6:30 a. m. U. S. Naval Hospital and the law of the land are evidently not the answer to the complex pro-

9:00 a. m. & 11:00: a. m. St. blem of our youth. All these agencies, including the schools of our land,

Edward's Chapel are strictly supplementary in aiding a child to maturity In a fast
Look up at the Flag flying over Our Arne: lea! DAILY MASS moving

High above us all, it signals a message to each one of us-there at world.
11:30: a. m. St. ward's Chapel The concepts of ethics morality and attitudes toward life are the direct
the peak of its staff, under the open sky-free-fly in the free air
of a free country. MONDAY & TUESDAY responsibility of the parents. It rests squarely on their shoulders, and

Sometimes it's alive with energy and power, straining at the hal 415p.: rn. King.Hall, NATTC when accepted as a privilege from God will surely produce less diV'orces;

yards. Its stripes of red and white snapping In the wind. its FRIDAY homes with love as the center; and children who at ages seventeen and
12:05 p. m. U. S. Naval Hospital will be able to makedeclslons reflect
twinkling stars jumbled Into flickering patterns in their blue back- SATURDAY eighteen common sense and

ground against the clear blue sky. Then's when It tugs and twists maturity.
9:00 a. m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY
with boundless energy for doing-as If eager to Inspire us to
.. National and personal achievement. ,,;, I I t\ i
r 7:00: p. m. 8:00: p. m. and :
Sometimes the gentle breeze seems to be just stroking Old before Masses

Glory, curving It slowly In harmonious billowly folds flowing Its Catechism Classes: Grade School M ,
full length In caressing tribute to its majestic dignity-stilling all SATURDAY K
our fears by reminding us of the stability of Its protection.
10:00 a. m. All Saints' Activities
Sometimes the Flag makes quick, sudden motions In the gusty building t

air. :.Then's when It wants to attract our attention with some vital 722NURSERY \
message like "Get Ready "-to flash excited warning as it flicks Its "
The Naval Air Station Nursery
colors at us, urging us to be on our guard to keep united.
located in Building 560 on Child
Sometimes It just hangs there still, In silent tribute to the Amer-
Street opens at 8:15 a. m. on
icans who through the years have given their lives In defenseof
Sunday morning. Parents attending -
the things that the Flag will always stand for.
Sunday Masses or Protestant
The Flag Isn't just pieces of colored bunting sewed together I services leave 6 ,: tT

High-flying emblem of National Security, Its colors In motion sym- children In may the without young
bolize everywhere the "standard" for our American living. charge. nursery

Look up at the Flag now I Get Its message Ia I

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Traffic ViolationsThe
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following is a report of
motor vehicle accidents and traffic ox h rya

violations for the period May

31 through June 6. .
'. .S
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis J. ,

week May 31 through June

,y 6 . . . . .2
f Total accidents this year through
'
June 6 . . . .103 '." 1r 1i." ",
Total accidents ; \ ""S ,
through June .
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1963 . . . 136 ," }t' :'t.w.. 1ti't ,',:' t'" ,n,
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Number of days since last injury '..
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in motor vehicle accident -

. . . 13 DEATH OF A CARRIER Seconds before thisphoto was taken, a

NUMBER OF VIOLATIONS'This Japanese dive bomber crashed on the signal bridge of the

week . . 52 USS Hornet! during her fatal battle at Santa Cruz |Islands on

Speeding . . . 10 Oct. 26, 1942. Appearing next week
in
the Air
News will be a
Reckless Driving . 3 first: hand report about how
RETIRING CHIEF..On June 1 F. E. Eatherly, QMC, USN retired Going through Stop Sign 4 Jacksonville 14 survivors all now living in the
'
i after 31 years of service. Eatherly has served aboard commands Other Violations .. . 35 the f famed J'rj1'War lived 11, f fought t and witnessed the death of
carrierAIR.
ranging from coal-burning gunboats on the Yangtze Riverto Thirty-four drivers appeared

Battle ships to a Wing Staff with control over Patrol Squadrons. before the Traffic Hearing Board

In his remarks at the Piping over the side ceremony Capt. at the meeting held on June 8.
Disposition of the cases includethe
L. P. Pressler Commander, FAW-11 cited Chief Eatherly's many
following: seven lost driving
decorations including the China Service Medal, The WWII Victory and parking privileges aboard the JAX NTEWS

Medal the Korean Service Medal, numerous good conductmedals station for various periods; sev-

and others. Chief Eatherly served aboardthestaffof Commander en were assigned to complete an

FAW-11 since 1961. He, his wife and family presently reside at eight-hour course In remedial \ .
5922 Ridgeway Dr., Jacksonville. Navy Photo'' driving Instructions; 12 has sus- disTtnbutedXeVcl fiEIdS' i is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper.

pended penalties; six were given Jacksonville Thursday l at the U. S. Naval Air Station
Quote of the Week 1m Florida l by the Holt a
warnings; one was dismissed and private f ,1 Publishing Company,
.. three were referred command NEWS must\ Copy submitted for use in theJAX'AlRBox

".111fc''U,- ( hi I'ii'luiini ) lief, hi con. ing officers for possible discip- 2, NAS forwarded to the Service Information Office,
Jacksonville
tinning to aid the fotcct on the titleof / linary action.A publication A'ews pare by 12:00 noon on Monday before
welcomed" from all UrCeS"
dcmodacy
:,'I1i.tllI./ / .( for a nrrl"ivi/ di'ti'i.mined/ under Russian the present who lives happily concerning Advertisements such are solicited by the publisher and queries

,'.'in and citifli tciroiifin, ; system of government should be directed
- 'fI effort to In Russia must either Company, 47"4 .de:, to the Holt Publishing
and ) 'I Xtuki-rt, '" believe that Telephone : Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida
injustice.' Eugene: man has no soul, 35';;'O-'t'0't'0 or 359 0211.VOL ,
Secretary of the Air Force. or that, If he has, it Is not
worth developing.

Oscar 22 NO. 14
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The five men to advance on Illness or death. TONITE
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TV Show Filmed Aboard


r USS George Washington


"Polaris Submarine: Journal of an Undersea Voyage," an NBC
News color television special filmed aboard the nuclear-powered
Washington, will be telecast on
Submarine George
% Tuesday. June 23, 10-11:00:: p.m. (NYT) on the NBC Television Network -


T Written and produced by Low _

-A-- 4 : Hazam. the program will show NATTC Continues "

what life is like aboard one of y .,--..-'. w.ft
these powerful strategic vessels Seat Belt DriveA

__ upon which the security of our
country so heavily depends. continuous effort by one
11 Martin Agronsky will be the small part of the Naval Air

narrator. Technical Training Center is
Boarding the USS George constantly boosting the numberof Dennis Dilley
It. Cdr Cooke chats with Martin Agronshy, host and narrator Washington alongside its tender, military and civilian person-
for the TV special. the Proteus, In Holy Loch, Scot- nel aboard the Naval Air Station Dilley Gets USNA
land, Agronsky and a complete who are protected by seat belts.
camera and sound crew spent six Approximately 1800 sets have
weeks on patrol with the ship to been installed by personnel of Over CG AcademyYoung
film the show. NATTC's Radiography School
During this time, the George since a seat belt drive started
Washington was plying a secret last November, according to Dennis Dilley of N.-\S
course in the Atlantic missile Lieutenant J.S. Bouchard,Radiography Jax had a dilly of a decision to

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.,,, s, Men Honored inVAP62CeremoniesTims I

t ?ae Chosen CommendationLtrs. King Named

.,; SailorJames
Best Awarded Plane Capt.

; a n i Six men of Heavy Photographic L. D. King was selected as
? W. Tims, PN1,of Heavy cited for
Squadron were recently
Heavy Photographic SquadronSixtyTwo's
Photographic Squadron Sixty- outstanding achievements by the
Two, has been selected Sailor Commander J. D. "Plane Captain ol
of the Month", for the month of Squadron Stufflebeem. the Month" by Cdr J. D. Stuff-

May, 1964 by squadron Com- James E. Boardman ADJ3, lebeem, Commanding Officer.
Officer Cdr. D. Stuff- Selection for this award was
J.
3 manding was presented a Letter of Commendation based on King's outstanding abIlI-
lebeem. [ for his in the
part
; The Letter of Commendation ty In maintaining his assigned
and of first
rescue application aircraft to a high degree of readiness 1-
I k N a f s presented to Tims read In part: aid to a shipmate seriously injured ,
i "Tims possesses an extra- In an accident at Kingsley
ordinary thorough knowledge of Lake. The award read as follows: ._, .
"your proficiency In line functions -
P the publications and directives Letters of Commendation
your Initiative and atten-
applicable to the administrationof
also awarded to George E.
tion
to duty have all contributedto
naval personnel matters. This AMCS, James H.
Connolly, the
success of this
squadron'sassigned
knowledge Is constantly at his Miller ADJC, K. F. Castor; AZ3, mission."
,'L: fingertips. Combined with his
and
"vS,, 7'F' of the Maintenance Dept., I
i ;' exacting attention to detail and William E. Pudsey, PHI, of the

i, ;, ..-..--..---'.......,J willing attitude, this knowledge Photo Department. The men were
provides for the correct, efficient cited for their devotion to duty
RETIRING-Joseph Sheff, ATC, and his wife pass through the Side and expeditious process- and conscientious efforts which Administrative Material Inspec-

Boys at NATTC Jacksonville May 29. Chief Sheff retires to the Ing of all administrative functions directly resulted In a grade of tion.

Fleet Reserve after serving 20 years with the Navy. ''Official relating to squadron personnel. outstanding for both their respective Warren E. Lewis,AN, received
Navy Photo by R. J. Boettcher, PH21 Tims military behaviour Is departments In this years his first Good Conduct Award.
exempt:,ry. He deals tactfullywith
Century of Naval Service superiors and subordinatesand

carries out orders willinglyand
Goes into Fleet Reserve expertly His behavior record -
Is completely unblemished CAT( '
NARTU NATTCThree His actions on and off duty always t1 Fn

retirements last week at A Chief Aviation Electronics conform to the highest traditionsof DUVAL MOTORS
NARTU saw a total of 60 years Technician and a Chief Aviation the Naval Service."

Naval service brought to an end. Electrician's Mate were trans

Thomas S. Gaines, ADR1, ferred to the fleet ReserveIn NEIGHBOR HOOD

Thomas W. Lynch,A01, and C. P. ceremonies held May 28 at ',

Oliver, BM2, were all piped over the Naval Air Technical Training USED CM SINTER
the side at ceremonies held at Center. -u rr

the unit. All three plan to remain Joseph Sheff, ATC, and HaroldK. c,
in Florida Bowen, AEC, both transferred 538 SAN JUAN AYE.r
Gaines lives with his wife at to the Fleet Reserve with 20 .

200 E, 23rd St., Riviera Beach. years service. Their I actual / / / 1
Lynch lives with his wife and transfer date was May 29, but

six children at 5918 110th St., since that day was a legal holiday r
In Jacksonville. formal ceremonies were held the 'yaw

Oliver, who enlisted in the day before.

Navy at NAS Jax [In 1946 and Doth men appeared In the a 63 FALCON. It It It $1595 63 CHEVROLET It It $2295
has spent 17 years at NARTU NATTC Commanding Officer's Radio & Heater. 4 door Hardtop, Air conditioned,
Jax, resides with his wife and office with their families,where ;8; Power

two daughters at 7532 Centaur( Cdr. E. F. Verdery,who was Acting a 62 TEMPEST ... . $1595 Steering.

Rd., Jacksonville Commanding Officer, dis- ; Auto trans, Radio, Heater. Extra 62 FORD . . $1795,....
cussed with then' their Navy
;,. f a ( careers and their future plans. i nice. Convertible, Automatic, Radio,

fli ,1 They were then "piped over"In FRA NATIONAL OFFICER Mrs 64 FORD . . $2595Fastback Heater, Pwr. windows.
) .
( 'IJt f the traditional ceremony with Lillian Keechen (second 'from Hardtop, automatic, 64 FORD .. .... . $2195Radio
: lf _
; f. f eight of their fellow CPO's serv- right), National President, Ladies Heater, Pwr Steering. Like Fairlane, radio, heater.like new.
l,f ing as sldeboys.
New.
11; tl e Chief Sheff was an InstructorIn Auxiliary, Fleet Reserve Association 62 FALCON .. ... . $1395

d NATTC's Aviation Electrician's paid a whirlwind one- 60 ENG. FORD . $595 Futura, Bucket Seats, Radio,
.k Mate Class "B" School.He day visit to local FRA units last Radio & Heater. Heater
plans to accept a position as Wednesday. Host 'for the visit was

an Instructor In an Army school Unit 91 at a special meeting Wed 62 FORD . . $1595 63 CORVAIR ... $2095
In Alabama. Chief Bowen, an Instructor nesday night. Shown atthemeet- Air cond. Automatic, R & H. Spyder, Super charger, 4 speed.
In AviationElectrician's
NATTC's ing are 'left to right): Mrs. Mary Radio, Heater. Radio & Heater.
Mate Class "A"
Alice Atwood, President Yukon
School, became a full-time min-
H. K. Bowen, Unit 126; Mrs. Ann Chard, President
ister at the Methodist Church In SPECIAL FINANCE
Dinsmore, Fla.,upon retirement. Green Cove Springs Unit '
98; Mrs. Racel Bullwinkel of PLANS FOR '

TVREPAIRSVnfcS Saves Life I Charleston, S. C., Southeast Y

(Continued From Page 1)) Regional Vice-President, Mrs. SERVICEMENPHONEEV .. '

& Models Force Base at about 12:10: p.m., Keechen, and Mrs. Paula Miller, 4-4536 s
where the serum was taken; by President, Jacksonville Unit 91 ,

SP 1-4602 state police to the hospital and
administered to Kllllngsworth.
Kllllngsworth was later reported -
to be In good condition by
the hospital.

FRENCH'S
ReservesContinued /
RADIOTV
( From Page 1))
SALES A SfRYICE6351103rd / We are tuned to
St. During the two weeks active

SERVINGENTIRE duty these squadrons will aug-
.--- ment regular fleet forces usingthe Navy Problems. .
most modern equipment and
SOUTHWESTJAX. techniques available, while flying
missions in conjunction with the E
J"
.
...
regular fleet's schedule.The A -
SALES of the
squadrons NARTU
TELEVISION t + 7t
RADIO Jax Unit are composed of men wk
HI-FI and women who live throughoutthe RIVERSIDE BANK
AUTOMOBILE RADIO states of Florida and Geor la. t v
v
.- ORGAN4U They drill one weekend each 4 J 1234 KING ST. 384-7541
wORIC CUHUNrUO month and attend a two week KSO Drpotit Intutvd by Fdrol Ovpowl,,,,_*Co'fxxotortI
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Veterans Reminded to Keep Navy Wives Heatiierington Cops May's

I All Beneficiaries CurrentA Corner Outstanding Sailor AwardOn

routine letter from a vet- because of the failure of many has chosen James A. Heathen
Station ,
Air
ton
The Naval g \MS2as\
3 Mrs.
who Wednesday, June
ran asked the Veterans veterans to keep their beneficiary Month for 1964.
of the May
Administration a question con- listings up to date. Wl1h.rt..,u t___, Waoner.. was the presldlnthe'! Serviceman
-0--- is as a
cerning his Insurance revealed The law requires the Vto chairman at the Navy Wives Club Heatherington assigned and
that he had forgotten to name pay insurance claims to the bene- #86 at their clubhouse on Enter- Plane Captain on the CH-19E The
his bride of a year as beneficiary. ficiary named by the veteran.Too prise Avenue. the new UH-2B helicopter.
Had he died without often Gannon said, the originallist At the meeting Mrs. Russel highlight of Heatherington's career Compton's
change of beneficiary, the claim of beneficiaries compiled Grelle was named Foster Child came early on the morningof
would have been paid to his when the policy was issued is Chairman, Mrs. Jerry Forrestwas Dec., 29, 1963 when flying asa |
wealthy sister.B. sadly out of date. Themostcommon named Nursery Chairmanwith crewman on a CH-19 he assis- RaidersContinued
J. Cannon, Officer in reasons for obsolete listings Mrs. Harvey Brennan as ted In the rescue of three persons
Charge, VA Office,Jacksonville, are marriages, remarriages,divorces Co-Chairman. from the roof of the burning
Fla., pointed out there are cases and deaths.TEMPORARY Welcomed Into the club were Roosevelt Hotel In downtown ( from Poge 1))
like this without number-- all Mrs. Jerry Pursley Mrs Ronald Jacksonville.At .
Langagen and Mrs. Robert Biggs the personnel Inspection on snarl on his face.
who was transferred here from May 15, Heatherington was pre- Initiated by Captain Compton
WORKWE the club In Memphis. sented the Navy CommendationMedal last year, the Raiders sold 130
Hostesses for the evening were one of the nations highest books of Navy Relief tickets fora
NEED Mrs. William Bond, Mrs. James peace time awards for his total sale of $330 during the two-
Bradstreet and Mrs. Robert heroic participation In the res- day period. Led by Sgt. Henry
Stenographers, Legal Stenos, Typ- Elllng. cue. The citation lauded him for W. Taylor, Jr., the group
ists, Transcribers, PBX, Key Punch, Next meeting will be June 17 his airmanship, skill and cool "raided" all the large activi
,' Comptometer Operators. consisting of a social Education courage In the face of such a ties on the station Thursday, including
Top Pay Paid Weekly, NO FEES meeting with speaker from the hazardous condition.His the exchange, commissary
MANPOWER INC Career Education Office. actions In his everydaywork Bldg. 1, etc. They set up
r are also outstanding. The a roadblock on Yorktown,oppo
905 American Heritage Life Bldg. : station has recently received a site the CPO Mess, In their all-
Jacksonville, Fla. EL 5-1604 rkh gWCl4lOAi;: new helicopter, the UH-2B. out effort to collect money for
Through,! his own endeavors, the drive.
CIwAYwtVthSEE Heatherington has become one On Friday, the group of 30
of the first to become fully qualified men formed small groups and
MONEY IN 1 DAY as a crewman on this new jet canvassed the entire station.
-'- PAGE 12 AND helicopter. Through many hoursof They were joined on this d>y by
f, YOU'LL KNOW WHY self study and hard work he two sailors from the AlertSecurIty -
$ $ has developed his skill level so Force.
S25 to S600 RIVERSIDE as to be unequaled at NAS, In "Compton's Raiders",
helicopter airframes and hydraulics according to Sgt. Taylor evoked
ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE CHEVROLET maintenance. laughter from most "victims"[
Heatherington's performancesince from small ,
Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us CEDAR HILLSREMINGTON being assigned to NAS has and anger fright from a a slightly percentage larger
how much want. Pick the cash at
you up your been
truly outstanding. He was percentage. Apparently they
convenience. Same-day service. nominated for Serviceman of the accomplished their mission, irregardless -
Month on three previous occas- of other emotions; as
24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN ions and was barely edged out. the $ 330 now In the Navy' Relief
ou Get Mo: Pmt. You et o, Pmt Lifetime He Is one of two men at NAS coffers attest.Lutheran.
Guarantees selected for
5 84.33 $5.00 $355,79 $21.00 advancement to
151.80 9.00 427.51 25.00 4 100% NYLON AMS1 and one of a very limited -
number in the
entire
219.27 13.00 i Navy.
500.51 29.00
"PIONEER"Tubeless Service
186.73 17.00 600.00 34.39 I J

Above payments include interest. Tube Type CenterThe

'\ Lutheran Service Center
IlIALr()) -600xf3' _| -10.50 19 W. Forsythe Street, Jarkson-
J 650x13750x14 I 11.25" yule Florida will hold a square
/ -'1-12.50": dance especially for Military

241 West Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735 -800x14-1"-1-1:25-1 : Personnel on Friday, June 19 at
5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359.2895 -- r 8 p.m.
H
... o670x1SI10.50C'760x1S13.50-. .... aka __ There will be no charge. Re-
\ freshments will be serveo.II .
-
''820x15-=:_l 15.50

Exchange Plus Tax Mltewalis v
GARDENSHOP 2.00 No Down Payment
i1i1i
You think so much ot your

I PACK ALIGN WHEELS((2); 98'BALANCE s \ old even golf remember game that when>you we don't were

ADJ. BRAKES married," complained his wift."Of .
SAILOR OF THEMONTH..lames course I do, hone," he

tRt uwYAtIn7( HUGHES BROS.. A. Heatherington, AMS2, R re assured her. "It was"the dv
SPECIAL I sank that 40-foot putt.
TIRE CO. ceives the Serviceman of the
Month award from
Capt. JamesR.
t San Juan At
Roosevelt
Compton l Photo
Navy by
EV 4-6423 Ron Gardner.,H___, PH9
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I JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 1 !
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Acey Ducy Club usa Notes Sunday, June 14 i:;
Bluejacket !III' 0" CLUB Buffet 6-9 p.m. .: !4;

Dob'sThursday Steamship rounds, Sea Food Cas- ;;

Thursday, June 11 Thursday serole, fried chicken ;'
,
June 11
June 11 Thursday, June 11 z
Monday, June 15
4:30p.m. 6:30 Free
Happy Hour p.m. Bridge Lessons 8-10 p.m.
June 12 The Nobles and the Noble Notes Happy Hour 3:30-6: p.m. Happy Hour 3:30: 6 p.m.
Friday
Friday, June 12
8-12 a.m. Dinner 6-9 p.m.Friday Dinner 6-9 p.m.Tuesday.
I
Phil Cay and Chantels 830pm. Hospitality PartySaturday Friday, June 12 June 12 June 16
12:30 a.m.
June 13 Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings 8- Happy Hour 3:30 p.m.6 p.m. Happy Hour 3:30: 6 p.m.
June 13
Saturday Record 1a.m. Dinner 6-9:30 p.m. Foreign Dish Night (Mexico) 6-9
Hop
7-10
p.m. Charlie Jay 8-12 a.m.
Mark Castle 8:30 p.m. 12:30 Saturday, June 13 p.m.

a.m. Sunday, June 14 Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings 8- Saturday, June 13 Wednesday, June 17

Vespers and Refreshments 1 a.m. Happy Hour 3:30-: p.m. Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m.
Sunday, June 14
Dinner 6-9:30:
Sunday, June 14 p.m. Family Night-pool patio 8-9 p.rn.
Mark Castle 8:30 11:30 p.m. Monday, June 15 Sam Ross 8:30: 12:30 a.m. Fried Chicken buffer
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Phil Cay and Chantels 8-12 a.m.
Monday, June 15 Mystic Night 8-10 p.m. FLORIDA MORTGAGE EXCHANGE
Monday, June 15

Happy Hour 4:30: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 16 Pizza.Nite and Cocktails ((2 for 1)) (SPECIALISTS IN 1st AND 2nd REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES)
Tuesday, June 16 523 BARNETT BANK BLDG. EL 6-6221
Game Night Tuesday, June 16*

Game Night 7:309:30 p.m. Happy Hour 5-7 p.m.. SELLING

Wednesday, June 17 Wednesday, June 17 Wednesday, June 17
Disc Show QUALITY MORTGAGE
Open Jockey
Game Night 8 p.m.

NightMovies CPO Club DirectionIf INVESTMENTSSHORT

Movies will be shown regularly a man does not know what TERM PAY BACK- to 10 YEARS
at 7 p.m. on Monday through Thursday, June 11 port he is steering for, no windis YIELDING. 6% to !&%-$1,000 to $5,999 INVESTMENTS
Saturday: at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.on Happy Hour favorable to him
Saturday; and Sunday, at the Friday, June 12
Mainside and NATTC Theatersand Dance to Mach Four&.TerryGray A A THIS W EK'SPECIAL!

at 7 p.m. only on Sunday at Saturday, June 13 /VVVVf NEW64FURYCONVERTIBLE ...t\ .
Theater. These
the Hospital Dance to George Hughs Z 'I '

times are subject to change. Sunday, June 14 -\ Y ALlANT 361 engine, light pkg., auto. trans, 5 YRr. -

Thursday, June 11 Dance to Cappies Combo f power steering & brakes, R&H,seat 50,000 MILEWARRANTY I
; $1788 00 belts, windshield washers, var.
MainsideSpencers Mountain- Monday, June 15 "/ speed wipers, bumper guards,wheel Z }

Henry Fonda, Maureen O'Hara Pizza Night FULL PRICE I covers, wsw tires, day& night mir .ON ALL NEW CARS,
NATTCThe VictorsVincent
ror, outside left mirror, fact under-
16 1/1
Tuesday, June .A .. N\.
Edwards, Hamilton .
George Happy Hour V yV\, coat, deluxe steering: wheel, etc.
HospitalThe Birds-Rod Taylor,
Susanne Plesette Wednesday, June 17 $3178 ONLY S178 DOWN

Friday, June 12 Dance to the Play Boys Appf dxlrnatfc ly 18 Mfnut 9* Fmm NAS--: Sout h 0n Hhvay ITClAITUM

MainsideCall Me BwanaBob Tuesday, June 16
Hope, Anita Ekberg
NATTCSpencers Mountain- inside-Great EscapeSteve
Henry Fonda, Maureen O'Hara McQueen, James Garner
HospitalThe VictorsVincent NATTC-Bye Bye BirdieDickVan

Edwards, George Hamilton Dyke, Ann Margaret
HospitalFive Miles to Midnight- i M
Saturday, June 13 Sophia Loren, Anthony Perkins

MainsideErrand BoyJerry Wednesday, June 17 PHONE J CKSONVtlLEplRECT! i264i6565 S
Lewis, Brian Donlevy I
NATTCCall Me BwanaBob Mainside-Mans Favorite Sport- CHRYSLER &&
Paula Prentiss
Rock Hudson,
Hope, Anita
Ekberg EscapeSteve AUTHORIZED DEALER MARK OF
HospitalSpencers Mountain- NATTCGreat MOTORS CORPORATION
Henry Fonda, Maureen O'Hara McQueen James Garner
BirdieDickVan
HospitalBye Bye
Sunday, June 14 Dyke Ann Margaret ,
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MainsideFive Mile to Midnight-

NATTCErrand Sophia Loren, Anthony BoyJerry Perkins follow t this map to your dream home N

Lewis, Brian Donlevy at NJ '
HospitalCall Me BwanaBob
Hope, Anita Ekberg Y '
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Monday, June 15 I Ir
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MainsideBye Bye Birdie-Dick (

Van Dyke, Ann Margaret FEATURED IN THESE SPACIOUS
NATTC-Five Miles to Midnight- 4 Pt S. j
p
Hospital-Errand Sophia Loren, Anthony Boy -Perkins Jerry 3 OR 4 LARGE BEDROOM HOMES .

e ar
_ Lewis, Brian Donlev a
ARE PLENTY OF CLOSETS, 2 BATHS WITH VANITIES, r /
COLEMANIZEDCARS PANELING, CENTRAL HEAT, R/O, FLORIDA ROOMS, c r,P'' .oo W fO'+ o x v

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JUNE 11, 1
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Naval Hero & Former NAS lax Warm weather Likely' TO Third AnnualCO


I Increase Food Poisoning I
East Coast
To Speak At Ft. Caroline
The State Board of Health re- refrigerator at home, then pin
-
cently reported 294 cases of food In portable Icebox with plenty
A great Naval hero of the 20th "We are honored to have Admiral poisoning so far this year against of ice. Photo RoundupThe
century will be the featured Thach as our main speakeron 196 to date last year and warned "If you're making sandwiches,
speaker on June 28 In Jacksonville this historic occasion," that the number can increase With take the fixings along under refrigeration -
when the dedication cere- Bennett a senior member of the warm weather unless proper pre- and make the third annual East Coast
monies are held honoring the powerful House Armed Services cautions are taken. sandwiches just before mealtime. Photographers Round-up will be
400th anniversary of Fort Caro- Committee, said, "not only because A.W. Morrison, Jr., directorof If you want potato salad, keep held in Norfolk, Virginia on Sat-
line, established In 1564 by a he is a genuine Naval the board's Division of Sani- the dressing sealed and the eggs urday, June 27. All Chief Pho-
16th century French Admiral Hero, but because he is close to tation, said most foods spoil more and potatoes separated and mix tographers, active former, pro-
Rene Launonniere. Jacksonville, having served as quickly In hot weather when away the salad at the last minute," moted, retired, their" families and
Vice Admiral John S. Thach, commanding officer of Naval Air from refrigeration, adding he said guests are cordially Invited to at-
Deputy Chief Of Naval Operationsfor Station Jacksonville from April "some foods can become con- "As near as possible, stick to
Air, will be the main speakeron 1954 to Sept. 1955. taminated by rapidly multiplying canned and bottled food and open tend.For further information and
the dedication program, It was Adm. Thach a graduate of the bacteria in five or six hours." these just before eating. Water- reservations contact the Secre-
announced by U.S. Rep. CharlesE. Naval Academy in 1927, Is the On outings he suggested that melon or other fruit will be better tary East Coast Round-up, C.P.
Bennett, Jacksonville, and principal adviser to the Chief of foods be thoroughly chilled in the dessert than pastries,especiallyany Free, MOPHOTOGRULANT.NAS
Harold R. Clark, Chairman the Naval Operations on Naval with cream filling. Carrotsand Norfolk, Virginia.
Fort Caroline Quadrlcentennlal aviation matters. He has been celery store well. A numberof
Committee, .sponsors of the known for 30 years as an expert foods can be frozen, put in
Husband to friend: "It's ter-
event. aviator and imaginative the portable icebox and will be
Fort Caroline, now a National strategist. thawed by picnic time." rible to grow old alonemy wife
Memorial directed by the During World War II he evolved hasn't had a birthday in six years.

National Park Service, was the the aerial fighter tactic know as
first attempt to establish a the "Thach Wave", and becameone ATTENTIONall
European colony for religious of the Navy's Fighter aces.
freedom on our shores and sprang He Is today one of the foremost
from the power struggle between American Naval authorities on Navy Personnel
France, Spain and England dur- antisubmarine warfare.
ing the 16th century. r

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"
One old farmer with a lot of
WESCONNETTFURNITURE wisdom said "The best thing
CO. the Lord ever did was to leave

5326 Wesconnett Bl vd. at 103rd the world to us unfinished so y
we would have something to

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United States Navy Drops Civil Service : ; !




(ABC) In Favor Of (NBC) Employees Pay kiant;; : :: : ;:.>:::::<..:..AdcSecjAds : ; ::;' :: :

.
; :
Process SeriesThis
should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde

The U.S. Navy has droppedABC in NBC defense are now being Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida to arrive not later than

in favor of NBC. taught here at NAS Jax. A team Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -
No this Is not a matter con- of specialists in NBC warfare is ( the Is the last part of serieson too late for this deadline will be published the
and
cerning broadcasting companies.It's presently holding classes under pay the classification following week unless the publisher is Instructed other-
for
the Civil Service
a serious sign of a steadily< the command of the Naval Air process wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad

advancing military technologyand Maintenance Training Group. employees.We ) must be received WITH the copy for the ad.
can recognize that the determination -
of the Navy's efforts tosur- Naval Air Maintenance Training DO NOT SEND CASH.
vlve In all-out war. Detachment 3018 (NBC) with as to whether a jobIs RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . $LOO
In changing ABC to NBC the G.W. Daniels chief damage con- graded or ungraded Is not always Per additional line ((4 words per line) . 35
an one. It is of
Chief of Naval Operations ordered trolman In charge will hold Interest then easy to examine of
that the title of units offering future classes part
convening on the information the Commissionhas SINGER CONSOLE Sewing Ma STEROFor Sale Natural walnut
special training in Atomic, Bio- June 16 and 22.
stated: "....1 position Is chine. ZIG ZAGS, makes fancy contemporary styling. Excellent
logical and Chemical Warfare Quotas for the classes
maybe exempt from the Classification stitches etc. Balance $46 or condition. $100. Lt. Campbell
Defense (ABC) be switched to obtained through the ComFalrJ Act if it has as the paramount reliable party take up $7 month 387-4818.
Nuclear. Biological and Chemical ax NBC Training Officer at Exts. requirement for the performanceof pmts. Call 353-1946. Will i de-

Warfare Defense (NBC). 8118 or 8198. the primary duty for which liver. A-l SEWING MACHINE FOR SALE Good riding horse
Since the development of the The course lasts for 24 class- the specific position has created EXCHANGEFOR and saddle$175.. A. E. Harri-
hydrogen bomb the old title has hours or three worklngdays.[ knowledge and experience in son 264-9581.
outdated.The struction is
become concentrated on protective other than a trades crafts or SALE33' Chris Craft. Twin
latest methods to be used measures, remedialac- 115's 4 Simca 1961 4 dr sedan Exc.
manual-labor occupation. Whe- Sleeps Head Galley
tions the explanation t of detectionand ther the duties which require Ideal for extended cruising Fla. Cond. $375. Call Lt. Keesee at
demonstrations of these three USNH: EV 7-1621 ext. 305.
trades crafts, or manual-labor waterways. Reduced to $5500.
types of warfare. knowledge or experience are for quick sale to first firm offer.
Chief Daniels is assisted by J. more numerous or take up most Call NAS Ext. 298 ((329 after House for Sale -3 BR, 11/2 bath
chain link
L. Tuck chief hospital corpsman, of the working time Is not ma- working hours and weekends.) fence screen back
Tel.
proch. 264-9761.
and L. E. Bostdorf, damage con- terial."
trolman first. They teach cour- What all this means is that House for Rent Unfurn.4424
ses In what to do and how to do it each job must be boiled down to Wabash Ave. located behind 3 BEDROOM HOMEClose to
in the event of possible NBC war- why it was established and whatis Roosevelt MalL 2 Bedroom Bungalow NAS $50. down $50. month Call

I fare or accident. [ its essential feature. When kitchen equipt, fenced back Art Powell, USN, Retd. with

Navymen are among the most this has been done, it is then yd., clean, modern$70. FL94168EV Colmery-Wilkinson Realtors 1 ,
fortunate people In the world In much easier to determinewhether 9-8901. 264-6144 or 353-3671.

being able to receive NBC--- the job belongs in the gradedor

formerly ABC--warfare defense ungraded category.Ths .
training. Wage and Classification
Division of the Industrial Rela-

CEDAR Your Neighborhood HILLS Jax Credit Union tions determination Department on must every make position this Anywhere you go

established at his activity. It
USED CAR DEALER To Verify It's is sometimes difficult for em-

SPECIALIZING IN Accounts ployees and supervisors to
CLEAN 17,000 understand why a certain position

becomes graded in one case or
CARS The JAX Navy FederalCredltUnion ungraded in another case. Theyare
Supervisory Committeewill aware that qualifications and
49'S THROUGH 63.S conduct a one hundred per- pay as well as other employment
63 FORD FAIRLANE'500' $1795 cent verification of members' ac- factors like sources of recruit-

Super Sport, V-8, A. T., R&H. Just counts as of the close business ment and retention are affectedby

like New! Power steering. June 30 1964."Verification" as such decisions and they may

62 MONZA . ... . $1495 used in connection with the Com- feel that Classifiers are not
4 speed R&H, Maroon with black mittee's responsibility to verify sufficiently, concerned about
interior members' accounts means an act these important elements.

62 BEL AIR . . $1495 by the Committee to compare They are concerned about what
each member's records of his their decisions will do to em- 0
4 dr. sedan, 8 cyl., A. T., R&H, transactions with the Credit ployees when a certain group of

Cleanest in town! Union's records of those same duties must be classified. They

62 CHEVY .... . $1395 transactions.One try to keep management informed -
2 door, auto/transmission, R&H, at all times as to what effect -

beautiful maroon qnd white. Step of the verificationof classification actions will .

62 CHEVY II . .. . $1295 accounts is for the Super- have in each case.
4 door The intent of the Classifiersis
Auto/transmission, R&H, visory Committee to commun-
extra clean. icate with each member. The to apply the classification[

61 DODGE . . $795 Credit Union has 17,000 mem- standards and salary and wage HFC's help is handyWith
this regulations fairly and equitablyat money
6 cylinder, Straight stick, the best bers which makes an enormous all times irrespective of the
buy'in task. To aid the Super-
town. communicate problem of the moment in the
RAMBLER .. .. $845 visory Committee to than 1300 offices HFC experienced
. with each member It Is belief that this will benefit all more puts
4 dr., R&H, factory air condi Important that all mem- employees and the command [in money service nearby-wherever you're stationed.If .
very
tioned. bers have on record with the the long run.Branch. you need a loan for any good purpose-borrow

60 OLDS "S8" . . 51195 Credit Union their correct mailing -
confidently from a military loan specialistHousehold -
Station wagon, A. T., R&H power address. Any member whose
steering and brakes, Extra Nice! mailing address has changed is 91 Finance.

58 CHEVROLET DELUXE.$695 requested to notify the Credit BORROW UP TO $600
Branch 91 of the Fleet Reserve -
4 dr., Auto trans., R&H Union Office as soon as pos- Association 8554 Roose- TAKE UP TO 24 MONTHS TO REPAY

59 RENAULT. ... . $295 sible. velt Boulevard wishes to extendto
4 door Phone or come in today for prompt, understanding
A real bargain member who does not all members a"welldone" for
55 FORD HARD TOP . $395 receive\ny a July statement of his the recent recruiting program for money help.We will be happy to serve you.

2 door,,V-8, R&H, Clean!! account and a verification ques- promoting new members into the
57 T-BIRD . . .5111 tionaire should contact the Sup- branch. ASK AIIOUT CRKDIT I.IH-. I INSURANCE
ON LOANS AT GROUP KA1K
With Both Tops, Jet Black. Youcan't erisory Committee. Cooperationby Branch 91 is now the fastest

find a cleaner one. all members during the growing branch in the Southeast.On .
verification of accounts Is essential Saturday June 13 at 12 noon
and many more to choose from! for a successful program there will be a "get aquainted"BarBQfor [ Nouifl1ANc.!

THE SERVICEMAN'S FRIEND and a healthy Credit Union and all incoming mem-
We CAN Finance YOU! will be greatly appreciated by the bers so they may meet the "old
SEE Supervisory Committee.Your timers". Donations will be$1.25 25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683

GARY BLACKWELLor with hamb'urgers and hot dogs a- Cedar Hills Shopping Center
Committee vailable.
Bill SElMER at consists Supervisory of J. E. Carroll, Chairman There will be a bond holders 3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581

3719 Blanding Blvd. C&R Ext. 713; 1..L. Wood, meeting Monday June 15 at 8 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 3984541II
Across from Cedar Hills Shop.Ctr. o&R Ext. 8762; and C. J. Bel- p.m. All bond holders are encouraged -

PHONE 771-2320 lovlch Cecil Field. Ext. 300. . . .to. .attend.. . . . .. . . .. .. .. .. ..... ............ '.',' ......,. ...,1 -




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North Florida Goes AheadIn Oren Receives,


I Schlitz Fishing DerbyNorth Certificate From



and West Florida fisher- Water Fish Commission with Capt. C.G. Strum
men moved ahead in the
rapidly the benefit of knowledge gained .
first month of the 1964 Schlitz from Derby studies financed
Fishing Derby by catching and the Schlitz .
wholly by Joseph Captain C. G. Strum, NATTC
returning 75 tagged fish for Brewing Company. The lake Commanding Officer, presenteda
conservation studies and pocketing yielded more than four tons of fishto ,',! ',"k Water Safety InstructorCertlfl-
nearly $2,000 in awards. 1,400 sportsmen, along with a :" ?tr;; cate and extended and invitationto
i '
With a slow start in dozen awards t : "-
early tag ,on opening day. ;: : all personnel of the Naval Air
May due to rain and floods,Sch- Schlitz fishing also has been fun '
litz fishing picked up remarkably and financially rewarding In both 'h'" ,'., Station to use the pool at opening
:" cermonles for NATTC's Pool
in the last two weeks with salt and fresh water,from St. .' ,' I
the oncoming season for channel Augustine and Jacksonville to ; ;.4r.<,1., 419, May 27.
.
.,
C'
'
Ken
Orem, AN, Lifeguard in
catfish the '" '*ft.
,
Introduced flier
newly Pensacola. Three fish with$100 .
't> ; : Charge of the pool, was recipientof
''
bream, shell crackers and blue tags have been taken from Bear \
the Water Safety Instructor
gills. Lake in Northwest Florida and
Florida, Alabama and Georgia Lake Talguinn near Tallahassee.All Certificate. Hs is assisted in
operation of the pool lifeguards -
by
sportsmen found a bonanza in others have been worth $25
OBEY SAFETY RULES-Wafer Safety Instructor Ken Orem explains P. B. Wegmueller, AN,
Juniper Lake at DeFuniak and $50. One fish worth$10,000and swimming safety rules and pool regulations to ''L to Rl Jackie and R, A. Tagliarlnl, SA.
stocked and
Springs managedby others with $1,000 and $500
Galloway, Linda Former and Cecile Spies all NATTC WAVES. Lieutenent Commander R. F.
the State Game and Fresh remain to be caught.
tags Orem is Lifeguard in Charge of NATTC's Pool 419, which opened Curry, NATTC Special Service

May 27. ''Photo By R.J. Boettcher, PH2JtllmIR Officer, in passing on the Invitation -

Auto Liability Insurance TT-IrtrlT. .. .. .. to use the pool extended -
; :.:: :::: ..:::::;::: ;; ': : by Capt. Strum, emphasizedthat
DUVAL COUNTY RATESOver only qualified swimmers
'
25 Married.$39.00 : will be allowed in the pool, sinceit
21-25 Married. . .$55.00 21-25 Over 25 Single.Single.$43.0f. .$72.00( ................. ;" ..:.. .. ...... .. .'. 'S' P O R JT.'S' '. is ? uniform 6 ft.deep throughout. -
Under'21 Married. $67.00 Under 21 Single. .115.00 NEWSNATTC ; ... .

6 MO. POLICY MONTHLY PAY PLAN .W .. '":+:.:.:.
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_, McDOUGALL'S INSURANCE AGENCY Rifle & Pistol Teams Ranger Hal To

) tlear( Main Gate NAS, JAX

6463 Roosevelt Blvd phone EV 8-7676 Place Men In Higher MeetsFive Highlight


of the honors Suns HomesteadThe
members of Naval Air carried off most

if .RES Technical Training Center Rifle there.D.. .Williamson, AECS, H.M. Ranger Hal Baseball Party
CHIEF IIRE GIL I I (' i cuuimiIIKICI and pistol Team were selected as
members of the team to representthe Hartley, A El. and A.J. Weibe, Friday night will highlight the
rifle first week of the JacksonvilleSun's
A01 were selected as
Chief of Naval Air Technical
[3 Locations To Serve Yo Training at higher levels of competition shooters for CNATECHmand Homestead, General Man- -
_. as a result of the GNAT- J. Bishop, HM1. and Lt. J.S. ager Bobby Maduro announced to-

6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD. }KMIUN ECHTRA matches held May 11- Bouchard were selected for day.The
HAS Gate pistol competition., popular Channel 4 per-
14 at Memphis, Tenn.
5444 NORMANDY Across From Atlantic Mills Lt. Bouchard and Bishop sonality will host the party which J
2809 MAYPORT RD. Y2 Mile From NS Gate In addition, two of the team fired in the Tennessee State will feature free ice cream,

BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE (formerly| PruttlireCo., ) members remained In Memphis Matches, Lt. Bouchard in the prizes, balloons, and a special
FRz for the Tennessee State Pistol Marksman classification and performance between games of
eOn / Batteries hocks Brakes PARMAN
Front Tir.s End Engine & Transmission/ / Work (Ret C.P.O.' Championships May 16-17 and Bishop in the Expert class. the doubleheader between the
Suns and the Toronto Maple

VACATION SPECIAL! Leafs.
.- Ranger Hal will be on handto

LIKE YOU HAVE NEVER HEARD OF greet all his friends before

m' :::'l:::!:::::NOTHING I ;DOWN ;'EASY: .:";::::;::::;::; DEALS DURING OUR VACATION SALE I the game and award the door
prizes. Local merchants have
BR SWrck'-mM1nM I THAT NEW FORD OR CLEAN USED CAR NOW! donated a bicycle, phonograph,
BUY YOU WILL BE AMAZED WHEN YOU SEE OUR radio and
sporting goods.
100% DuPont Nylon Tubeless
Following the first he
Nationwide Guarantee in Writing game
LARGE SELECTION & UNBEATABLE DEALS will demonstrate his particular
36 Months Road Hazard Guarantee
SEE THE PEOPLE AT baseball talents with an assist
750 x 14 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE from Suns players.The .
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ix Judo Team $$68.10 Sports First Weeks Action Places



impetes With UDO Directory Set NARTU # 1 On Top Of PackWith


For Oily $2.95Have the completion of the first week of action in the Intramural
ratoga Team Y Bowling roll-off the keglers from NARTU1 topped the pack with
you ever had $68.10 worth it's 11-5 record, followed closely by the VP-5 Mad Foxes with their
of sports,recreation,amusementand 10-6 record.
entertainment for only$295 Rounding out the list are the
Ldnesday, June 10, the Jax Brown: Belt: (coach lor the Sara Well now Is your chance. The Pizzan's and FICEURjf3 with FKEUR3-3, Needlers 1
Ivy Judo team visited the USS team) put on an exhibition of Naval Air Station Jacksonville their 8-8 records and the Need- Mad Foxes 3, FICEUR3
atoga In Mayport, Florida. Naga-No-Kata (formal arts of Recreation( Office, Bldg. 104 has lers with their 3-13 record. The FICEUR3-3, NARTUH-1
inley[ Kunimoto, UT1, USN, 3rd throwing). a sports directory that contains Keglers from VA-35 have not yet
Lee Black Belt from the Jax Anyone interested In learning free tickets to each of the follow- entered the competlon as they are
vy team officiated as the judge sport Judo Is welcome to comeon ing activities. on deployment. They will roll into
the team matches. Monday and Wednesday nightsto Here Is what you get: 2 ticketsto action this week as they meet each PHONE HOMESP
Bldg. 726, NAS Jax from 6: the Hyde Park Golf Range fora of the other kegler teams in the 1.3770 SP 1-0250
ID.L Stewart, GySgt. USMC, 1st 30 p.m. to 8:30p.m. Boy's classes value of $7; 4 tickets for the roll-off. WEWIRE FLOWERS
gree Black Belt (coach for thex ages 6-16, are conducted on Rodeo-Rena in Greenfieldvalueof The results oftheroll-offsthls
Navy Squad) and John Sza- Saturday morning from 10 a.m. $8; 4 tickets for bowling at past week are: WPAOOtutP.tt
fanskl, SN, USN, 2nd grade to noon. Central-value $2; 2 tickets to
Putt-Putt at the Expresswayvalue NARTU1--4, Mad Foxes 0 Pot
AS Linkstersrap $1; 4 tickets swimming Pizzan's 3, Needlers 1
at Kingsley Beach- value $ 2; 2 Pizzan's 3, FICEUR3--1 103rd St. S. Wesconnett Blvd.
First tickets to auto racing at Jax Mad Foxes 4, Needlers 0 FLOWERSFOR
Up Speedway--value $ 4; 2 ticketsfor Mad Foxes 3, Pizzan's 1NARTU13
dining and dancing at the / Needlers 1NARTUl3 EVERY OCCASION
[ound Action Golden Earring value $9.90; Pizzan's 1 FREE DELIVERY
2 tickets for airplane rides at JEWELL J. SMITH
I The NAS linksters, In the In-
Craig Field--value $6; 2 ticketsfor
amural leagues, this past week Putt-Putt on Beach Blvd.-
[rapped up the "greens" actionthe value $1; 4 tickets for archeryon DR. B.W. ROBERTS
first round of Intramuralay. Beach Blvd- value of $ 2; 6
The play this week marksie tickets for Dizzyland on Beach
start of the second round of Blvd.value of $L20; 2 ticketsfor OPTOMETRIST
ie league play. "lip"" horse back riding at Green-
The results of last weeks action field-value of $ 4; 4 tickets for ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR THE
OPTOMETRY
PRACTICE OF IN THEROOSEVELT
Ire: bowling at Gator Lanes-value of
American League $2; 2 tickets for pro-football at MALL
Handicap --, the Gator Bowl--value of$4;and
2 tickets for deep sea fishing on
WINNER AND RUNNERUPintheOfficers
0"A" 7, VP-16--2 Wives Charlotte Morris the Winner 111 and Winner IV out 4461 ROOSEVELT BLVD. PHONE 387-2345
\\/C Ialnt 9, Supply 0P456 of Stricklands Fish Camp in May-
VAP-62-3 Golf Championship were Mrs. port--value of $14. EYE EXAMINATION GLASSES CONTACT LENSES
James N. Johnson''LI< winner,and
Scratch These valuable booklets will be
Mrs. Earle Bennett 'SRI, runnerup, on sale for a limited time only,at
VP-30"A" 4, VP-16--2 with 381 and 382 respectively.Navy the NAS Special Services Recre- CLOCK & WATCH REPAIRAll
a A/C Maint 4, Supply 2 Photo by Chris Cole, SNl ation Office Bldg. 704. There
VP55, VAP-62-1 you are $68.10 worth of enter- Makes And Models... Also Jewelry Repair
Notional tainment for only $2.95.
league
Handicap Sports SPECIAL DISCOUNT with this ad $ \\i I

/P-30"B" 6 1/2, NARTU 2 12'AETU TV Show Ito all MILITARY PERSONNEL ;' i\\ '

7, ,F679th 2 Shorts One full year guarantee...Factory trained personnel "
:FJ 61/2, Hosp"B" 2 1/2 (Continued from Page 4)) U
An organizational meeting for McDUFF CLOCKAND WATCH SHOP ,
Scratch the Intramural Swimming meet Blue Crew, and asks the ship's 433 SO. McDUFF AYE. DRIGGERS, USA RET.

fp-30"B" 4 1/2, NARTU 1 1/2 will be held In the NAS Gym. captain, Lieutenant Commander
Wed- Edward Cooke, to define the pur- Phone EV 4-1741 Pick Up & DeliveryOpen
ETU
: 3, AF679th 3FJ Bldg. 3, at 9:30: a.m. on
6, Hosp"B" 0Change nesday June 17th. pose of the Polaris submarine for Mon-Thurs 730: A.M. to 6 P.M. Fri &Sat. 730: A.M. to a KM
the television audience.
of First shown in December,
The NAS Intramural Track 1962, "Polaris Submarine:Jour-
CommandContinued meet has been postponed to nal of an Undersea Voyage" received -
Tuesday, June 16, due to the three important television
( from Page 1)) condition of the track and difficulties awards and was winner of the

J 1 1937.. Among his many tours encountered In the Teledocumentary category of the
I duty have been as Command- preparation process. 1963 Venice Film FestivaL
'Ig Officer of the carriers The-
s Bay and Bennington. W
Captain Compton, his wife
!ary Frances, and their daugh-

'cksonvllle r Barbara after plan a to trip reside to Eur-In MISSILE AGE DEAL!

this fall

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EXPRESSWAY 0 Lowest Prices
Trade-in Allowance
Highest
APARTMENTS Easy Terms-The Nicest TreatmentIn Here's where we get personal...

In Town PERSONAL LOANSYou

RNISHED. $65.00 J IJ

can Borrow money from us for any worthwhile
NFURNISHED Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots
$55.00 Beach Blvd. 2600 Kings Ave. purpose. Maybe you need some to go on leave. Perhapsyou
5552 need money for a child's school tuition for next
Children Welcome .Full One-Year Guaranteed Warranty fall. Whatever you need money for, come see us first.
Conveniently Locatedto : On Every Car Sold Applications for Personal Loans can be picked up at
downtownNAS our facility office.
and Cecil II SHOP |IH THE SHADOW OF THE 50-FOOT MISSILE BANKING HOURS: Mon. thru Thurs. 11:00 A. M.
til 3:00 P. M. Friday 9:30 A. M. til 4:30 P. M.
LEO ACROSS FROM ADMINISTRATION BLDG, NAS
DAVIS GORDONTHOMPSONlle's
@J Phone Extensions 8272 or 8273

,REAL THE BARNETT NATIONAL BANKUS
TORS-INSURORS "
588 S. Edgewood 4."' Center"lacksonvi HAS FACILITY OFFICEE

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FICEUR And Navy Night Com Fair lax

Slated For T.nnls Tourney

AF679lhin June14 S9 July 13.17

The ComFalrJax area elimi-
The Jacksonville Suns will host nation tournament will be heldat
LeadsWith the military personnel of this NAS Jax during the week of
area June 14 at Navy Night July 610. Winners of this tour
approximately a month of when the Suns go against the Toronto nament will be advanced to the UNDER
play left In the NAS Intramural baseball squad. NAVAIRLANT Tournament in 0
Softball action, FICEUR and The Flag Day celebration,honoring Norfolk, Va., from July 1317.
AF679th lead their respective the Military personnel of The type of tournament will be '
leagues the American and the Na- this area and starting at 7:30 p. individual competition on a single
tional leagues. m. will admit military personneltheir elimination basis.Each command NEW
families and friends for the may not enter more than four sin-
FICEUR retains It's unde-
price of 50tf. Uniforms need not gles contestants and two doubles
feated record at 13-0 while AF
& be worn. Tickets can be obtained teams. There is no restriction on
679th keeps It's record of 15-L
from Special Services,Bldg.704. the number of entries in thesen- ANAGEMEN1
The results of last weeks (ior division.
action are:

American League
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AF679th 21, Supply 3 61 CHEVYWAGON . . . . .$1695
... Hospital 3, NARTU 1 9 passanger auto/transmission, V-8, R&H, power steering,
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Q&R 17, A/C Malnt 16 62 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN '.. . $1895
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Marines 25, DIsp 9 power steering, R&H.

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NR WinnersContinued Room 63 CHEVROLET 4 DOOR SEDAN $2395

Auto trans, V-8, power steering and brakes
( from Page 1)) R&H, factory air conditioned.A Summer Special!

son of Green Cove Springs.His 63 FORD XL-500 SPORT COUPE . $2595Auto
winning ticket number was 9019. trans floor shift, V-8, R&'H, power steering
The fourth and final prize, a Solid black I
fiberglas boat complete with 40
hp. motor and trailer' was won THE I 62 BUICK I SPECIAL . .. . . $1795
by Lee Garrette. Her winning 4 door Sedan, Standard shift, V-8, R&H, Ivory-Blue

,. ticket was 15538. THISTLE 62 IMPALA SPORT COUPE . . $2095
1 Auto trans, V-8, R&H, Ivory over Red, WSW,
fender skirts, Extra, extra clean!

3 Bedrooms 62 RENAULT DAUPHINE . . . $895
U Baths Standard shift( R&H, Solid White, A Good Second Car!

Curved 62 FORD GALAXIE "500". . . .. $1895
Drive "2 door Hard-top, Big 406 H.P. engine, 3-2 barrel carburators. ,
straight stick, R&H, excellent condition.

62 IMPALA 4 DOOR HARD TOP. .$1795

THE R&H, Auto/trans, P.S., Black with red Interior, w/w tires.
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62 BEL AIR CHEVROLET.$1795
ELM
4 door, auto/transmlsslon V-8, R&H, factory air
conditioned, Solid blue with white side wall tires.
WESTSIDESERVING: 3 BR lY Baths

GarageCHURCHES CORVAIRS CORVAIRS CORVAIRS

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through '63s. Six ((6)) to choose from!

SOUTHWEST I FROM 1 5895 up.
DUVAL

WITH COUNTY 60 VOLKSWAGON . . . . $1195
COMPLETE 4 speed transmission, R&H, Like new.'
CONVENIENT
MODERN SCHOOLS 60 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN.$1195

\, BANKING COMMERCIAL SIDEWALKS Auto/transmlsston V-8, R&H, power steering Ivory over black
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