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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 18, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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).
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.K.d by the Holt: Publishing Company, private firm. Opinions .xpr..*.d by the publisher and writer. herein. are their own and not to b. considered iPubll or)'official.expression.of any military deportment 90-:<
The appearance of advertisements In this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of' the products1 services advertlstd.

VOL. 22 NO. 15 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JUNE 1 18, 1964




United States Strength k DOD Completes Review _. f



Stressed at Graduations w Of Military Commissaries; i


New York (AFPS-Speakers) at the four service academies' com-

mencement exercises stressed the rapidly growing strength of the I

I United States In today's and tomorrow's world. Plans No Closing ActionsI ,

"L President t. Lyndon B.: Johnson addressed the graduates of the
loasiuuara Academy, new London -
Conn.;Secretary of the Army periority deter extended over the ability r Washington (AFPS-In) reply to some members of Congress, the
atomic
Stephen A lies spoke at the U.S. to destruction, Defense Department said it "supports the continuation of commissarystores
Military Academy, West Point, the ability to fight less than all- and no action Is being planned to dispose of military com-
out war, strength in the strug- "
N.Y.; Representative Carl Vin- missaries.
son, Chairman of the House Arm- gle against subversion, development DOD's review of the Generalon Accounting Office (GAO) report
ed of new weapons for deter- commissaries has been
Services Committee
spoketo com-
members of the Class of 1964at rance and defense and the abilIty MEDAL IS PRESENTED to heroicNavyman's pleted and comments will be for- officials pointed out.

the U.S. Navy Academy, of the American fighting man. parents by his warded to the Joint Economic Other reasons for DOD sup-

Annapolis, Md. and Gen. CurtisE. .1 confidently predict that former Commanding Officer. Committee. porting commissaries are:

LeMay, Chief of Staff USAF, strength will continue to grow (Navy Photo) "The commissary is of the Military personnel are sub- I
more rapidly than the might of value ject to assignment In any part
saluted the graduates of the U.S. greatest to non-com-
all others," the President said. of the world and there a
missioned officers who
Air Force Academy, Colorado VAP-62 Sailor are now
Springs, Colo.In Secretary A lies stated that".. and traditionally have been con- requirement to insure they ,
8)M
his address,PresidentJohnson it Is Imperative that we have the sidered to be the hard core of access to reasonably
AwardPosthumously
Receives
said that United States su- (Cont. on Page ) our military forces," Defense (Continued on Page )

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Michael Steven Zambo,Airman

Apprentice, U.S. Navy, whowas

member of Heavy Photographic s

Squadron Sixty-Two, has been w
posthumously awardedthe Navy b 4
n
Y :and Marine Corps"!rnedalforthe, '

heroic ocean rescue attempt
which cost him his life last Oct- .. "
ober 17th.Zambo ""''))1Y:':"';,'q '
drowned at Jacksonville r ; ,
--
Beach, Florida, while attempting ". .

(Continued on Page 11)) ,t".

FOURTH PRIZE Lee Garrette, NAS Jax FIRST PRIZE L. D. Berry, AMD, NAS lax ........-
N. Relief Drive

; NATO Leaders Map{\ Plans Gets "Well Done"The Capt. Baker To AssumeCommand



For Nuclear Missile Fleet following to Fleet message Air Jacksonville is addressed -- of HospitalCaptain

from Rear Admiral Robert
Paris (AFPS-Thomas) K. Finletter. (J Jnfjfed States representativeto
Goldthwaite, ComFairJax and William S. Baker, Jr., MC, has been ordered to the Jack-
the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, NATO) here, has
I ( pre- President of the Jacksonville sonville Naval Hospital as Commanding Officer. Captain Baker has
dicted that agreement on the composition of an Allied nuclear fleet
Auxiliary Navy Relief Society."It already arrived In the Jacksonville area with his family but does not
would be
reached by the end of the year. .
of r mem- Is with great pleasure and plan to report until Monday, June 22. On that date, at 9 a.m., on the
Representatives eight
the NATO .
bers of NATO have been dis- representative.The sincere gratitude that I learn the lawn of the hospital, he will officially relieve Captain W. G. Lawson.
the United
problem
facing Navy Relief Fund Drive was MC, as Commanding Officer. .
cussing the plan at headquartershere States, however, is the shareof eminently successful so that approximately Capt. Lawson assumed the J. M. Harmer In January of this
since last year. They represent control to be given to the $39,000 will be duties of Commanding Officer year. Capt. Lawson will now return -
Britain, West Germany, NATO who do
seven not
powers to his Executive Officer'sduties.
Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, contemplate participation. (Continued on Page 11)) following the death of Captain .

Greece, Turkey and the United
Capt. Baker comes to his new
s
States. command from a tour of duty as ._
The United States, Finletter executive officer of the Naval

said, Is proceeding on the basisof Hospital, Oakland, Calif., whichIs
the (following principles: one of the Navy's larger and
desirable" that
It is "highly
busier hospitals. His promotionto
all allies share in control of
,.w a command post comes after
nuclear arms assigned toEuropeto 23 years In the Navy Medical
avoid the classifications of Corps.

first--and second class military The 49-year-old Navy doctorwas

powers in the alliance. born In Detroit, Mich. He
The United States opposes pro- NAYY'REIIEF a
){ received a BS degree from the
liferation of nuclear weapons and
University of Detroit, was
despite the Soviet Union's criticism -
from
graduated Wayne University
mixed fleetis
believes the
College of Medicine with a
a means of preventing such Bachelor of Medicine degree In

excesses. 1939, and received his MD In
The only means of providing
June 1940 upon completing his
alllnce allies with a share in
Internship at Grace Hospital,De
nuclear'weapons Is through troit. He chose obstetrics and

"multiple ownership, manningand gynecology as his specialty, but .
control of such weapons." SECOND PRIZE Willian J. Fleming of VAH-3, NAS Sanford, displays the winning ticket which was his training In this Held was soon

The United States the aim Admin-is"equality" given to him. Sanford was not mentioned in last weeks'' Air News since it was not know then who Interrupted by a call to active duty
and
istration does not seek any ad- was the winner of the Mustang Convertible. He had failed to write his name on the ticket, but the with the Marine Corps at Camp

advantages over its allies, said smile on his face shows he is not disappointed in the delay of his good fortune. (Continued on Page 8)liu )



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: JUNE 18, 964"1
JAX AIR NEWS
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; It is to watch over By Chaplain Carl
: \ _. ., the men whose job D, English!
:t.... :. t A little over a year ago Naval Air Station
at tl:ie. Jacksonville Everyone needs to take
i '" sailors locked in the brig the vow
$ : ,
rehabili-
t- ;', decided to experiment with a nei* wrinkle in the hope of that he Is not for sale. The

o 11r tating some of their charges. cynic says"Every man has his
; Their Innovation Is called the price." We ought not to listen
.-..... H I .DrYJlle Services to those
.. Civilian Brig Lecture Program persons who have lost
and it is still going strong. It faith In their fellow man. We

Is both simple and effective. need to listen to men of faith, of
SUNDAY hope of good will. Yet facts

7r 8:00: a. m. Service of Holy Three or four times a month which arouse the morbid Interest

Communion Inmates of the brig are assem- of the cynic must be faced.

9:30: a. m.' Service of Divine bled to hear a noholdsbarredtalk You will recall that our Lord
-, $ f Worship by a prominent civilian from was betrayed by Judas. He went

A UVINGTRIBUTE.- 9:30: a. m. Sunday School for the Jacksonville area. A char- to the enemies of Jesus and madea

ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 acteristic of each speaker is that bold offer. "What will you pay

11:00: a. m. Service of Divine he is reasonably successful in me to deliver him to you"
.
.; ;,\-:.\,;. ... Worship his own field and the thread Renan the brilliant French
6:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship skeptic remembering that

-rf; ;::: 1fjfijiff! [! %:;: ii' WEDNESDAY Choir Rehearsal that that legitimate runs through reward each In a talk high-is was the treasurer of Judas the

1 4:30: p. m. Junior disciples said, "The treasurer
rapidlychangingworld
*c .i. ly-competitive must have slain the apostle."
7:30 p. m. Senior Choir Re- Is still very much avail- Such slaying may take place In
able the willing to pre-
to man
Editorial hearsal every walk of life.A .
himself and to apply him-
12:00: p. m. Holy Communion, pare self. The other moral which person may give up one safe
Also on all Holy Days guard after another to please the
Kennedy Library Seen Catholic Services at St. usually emerges Is that the world crowd. You can almost hear him

Edward's Chapel NATTC and has less room for the shiftless say What will you pay me to

Naval Hospital ne'er-do-well who thinks he can surrender my high values"

MemorialSince SUNDAY MASS coast his way at the expense ol Usually such bargains turn out
As Living 6:30 a. m. U. S. Naval Hospital somebody else. The talks are to be lifetime regrets. Many have

9:00: a. m. & 11:00 a. m. St. remarkably frank--to the point learned that they could not gain

the tragic death of President John F. Kennedy Nov. 22, Edward's Chapel' where an occasional speaker the respect of those who bought
1963 many public facilities such as airports, schools and parks DAILY MASS
admits some of his earlier mis them. No man will lose the respect -
have been dedicated in his honor. 11:30: a. m. St. Edward's Chapel and confidence df
takes--and the give-and-take between men who
While all of these are fitting tributes a fund-raising campaign MONDAY & TUESDAY4:15p. the prisoners and the cannot buyFLAG .
is currently underway to provide a national memorial to President m. King Hall NATTC
speaker both sides a chnce
Kennedy which will stand above all others In helping to'keep his FRIDAY gives
to debate. The unusual Impactof
memory alive. 12:05 p. m.U. S. Naval Hospital
The funds will be used to build the John F. Kennedy Library on SATURDAY the program on the prisoners
results from the fact that
the banks of the Charles River Boston, Mass. a site the President 9:00 a. m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY partly
chose himself eight weeks before his death. the civilians are completely detached -

This library will be more than simply another building or monument 7:00 p. m. 8:00 p. m. and from the trappings of
bearing the President's name. Its planners envl'ion It as a living before Masses military authority which leaves

and working'memorial, expressing President Kennedy's concern for Catechism Classes: Grade School minds.them totally free to speak their

his country and the world. SATURDAY i
The library will Include a museum which will house many of the 10:00 a. m. All Saints' Activities
That the brig lecture
mementos associated with President Kennedy and his times. Those building programIs
722NURSERY something quite different from
planning It hope to make the experiences of recent history as vivid as
routine moralizing Is evident In
possible for visitors especially students and young people. The Naval Air Station Nursery the consistent ranking of the
There will also be an archive which will contain President Ken- located In Building 560 on Child ,
Jacksonville NAS brig in the
nedy's personal papers, as well as copies of public records necessaryfor Street, opens at 8:15 a. m. on first or second place all i
an understanding of the actions of his administration. The archive Sunday morning Parents attending among ;.t.tr

will be used primarily by scholars and researchers.A Sunday Masses or Protestant brigs In the U.S. Navy In the rate .tc

third component of the Library will be an institute, with the services may leave young of rehabilitation of Its Inmates. c
central purpose of educating young people in the understanding and children In the nursery without Numerous former prisoners have

practice of demoncratic political life. It will offer scholarships, charge. written back to cite a particulartalk

research material lectures seminars and public programs. to help which they feel altered their

achieve these purposes. Traffic ViolationsThe basic course In life. The Navy
The cost of the Kennedy Library will total $10 million--all of

which will be obtained by voluntary contributions. When It is completed, following Is a report of Itself has encouraged similar
it will be turned over to the government as a national Institution motor vehicle accidents and traf- programs at Its other installations -
and as such will belong to Ml Americans. The Navy concedes that
fic violations for the period June DAY CEREMONIES were
When the keym!'n for the campaign In your outfit gets around to 7 through June 13. this approach to the rehabilitation -
It some serious There Is better for of held at the All Saint's Chapel
you give thought. no way men Number of AccidentsThis wayward sailors Is not
and women In uniform to pay a personal tribute to their late Com- week June 7 through June 13.. compatible with the hardened, Sunday, June 14, and taped by

mander-ln-Chlef. (fAFPS) . . . .5 tough violator for whom reasonis WFGA-TV (Channel 121 for telecast
in the Jacksonville area on
Total accidents this
year through
meaningless exercise. But the
June 13 . . 108 evidence Is that July 5. Chaplin R. W. Radcliffe,
the
strong civilian
Total accidents through June lecturers have had decided senior Jax Navy Chaplin, con
a
:., 1963 . . . 136 Impact on many offenderswho ducted thededicctionceremonies
Number of days since last Injury young of' two flags presented to the
are still in a salvagable state. new
,, In motor vehicle accident. .
Chapel by a 'former parishioner
.. . . 20
Number of' ViolationsThis

week . . 44 I

Speeding . . .12 JAX AIR NEWS

Reckless Driving . 2
Going through Stop Sign .2

Other Violations . 28
Twenty drivers appeared before The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper

the Traffic Hearing Boardat distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,

the meeting held on June 15. Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
lI' Disposition of the cases Includethe private firm :U1 Copy submitted for use in the JAX .*K

I' following: five lost driving NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,

and parking privileges aboard it 2, NAS J Jacksonville! bv 12:00 noon on Monday before

station for various periods; five publication. News Items are welcomed from all sources

were assigned to complete an Telephone EV 9-7711 Ext. 8162.

eight-hour course In remedial Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
MR. P. N. COLEMAN Mr. Coleman, founder ol' the DollarsFor driving instructions; six were concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing

Scholars Program, chats with II to RI Itljgl( Irvin Claxton, given suspended penalties; eight Company, 4724 Clyde Drive. Jacksonville! 8, Florida

.' Bill Berans, TDC and Harold Bridgeman, TDCM, 'following his were given warnings; three were Telephone 35:1-: 1040 or :OW0271L:2' .

luncheon appearance at the CPO Club, Wednesday, June 10. dismissed; and three were referred -

Dollars 'for Scholars provides 'funds 'for students to continue to commanding officers 8,196
VOL.
22 N0. JUNE
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Marine Corporal JohnD.Trant 'rAYrl WestinghouseHEAVY

has been selected as servicemanof

the month by the Naval Air

Technical Training Center DUTY AIR CONDITIONERSINSTALLEDIH
Trant Is a personnelmanwiththe

Marine Aviation Training

Detachment. CAPT. C. G. STRUM reads a letter ANY WINDOW

Corporal Trant was presenteda of commendation to Cpl. John

certificate from Captain C. G. Trant naming him as'Serviceman EVENTHRUACONCRETEBLOCKWALLPLUS
Strum Officer of
Commanding
of the Month" during ceremoniesin
NATTC, an all expense trip to
the Capt.'s office. (Navy Photo .*
St. Augustine for himself and *
family and became the first recipient by R. J. BoeHcher, PH2))

of the $50 savings bond.

The commendation to CpL Corps." 5 YEAR REPLACEMENT GUARANTEE

Trant said,"he never hesitates to
In addition to being selected as
assist personnel problems with often administrative assists- serviceman of the month, on the PORTABLE ENOUGH TO MOVE FROM ROOM
,
Marines In school here during his he same had day been he selected received for notice that : TO ROOM EVEN A CHILD CAN CARRY IT

off-duty hours with their pro- tion to Sergeant and will promo-receivehis & AND JUST PLUG IT TO ANY 115V7.5AMPOUTLET
blems so that they will not miss !i
warrant this week. .
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everything with) a 'can \' b- ONLY AT
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"His attitude, manner and S. Carolina Reservist \ :. :J ::, MtSTESJacksonville's

professional skill are an assetto Relieves A .. A, I
the command and to the Marine
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South Carolina reservist relieved -

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change of command cere- =--------_._._. Co bowl to be the finest, JZ.
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4 JAX AIR NEWS
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FRA126The VAP-62 Nuvy :,liI"B\11Jrr"'t'; \ ,.,. ', Navy Wives

Relief Drive ,,(:,
Club ###86
Ladies Auxiliary Fleet Reserve The men of Heavy photographic
Association 126,held their Squadron Sixty-Two, In an all I
annual election on Thursday,June out effort to contribute to Navy The members of the Navy
11 electing Mrs. Louie Lindsey Relief, did just that, and more. Wives Club JaxN86 held a cocktail -

president for the coming year. CDR J.D. Stufflebeem, .. party last Saturday evening
;;i. June 13 to honor their
Officer sponsors

The chairman for the evening Sixty-Two's Commanding
the annual report and an announced that this years : Captain and Mrs. J. R. Compton.The .
gave Initiation was held for Mrs. drive, under the auspices of :f .i.iJ party was held aboard the
Frankie Wells andMrs.Joejohnson. LCDR C.G. Au s tin and ENS. K. station at their clubhouse on
L. Carlsen, amounted to ,'I Enterprise Avenue,
On Monday June 15 an award $1685.50, an increase of $235. Mrs. Wilbert Wagner, club
Naval 50 over last contributions. president presented the Comp-
party was held at the U.S. years ::
.. Hospital with Mrs. Conley Ownbyas An interesting factor in these .& ton's with a gift from the Navy
hostess. figures is that the Photo squadron r Wives for their support and cooperation -
this year, Is operating.with pan. to the club during their
35 fewer men than in 1963, { tour of duty at NAS. Mrs Compton -
when $1,450 was collected I I"f \* was also presented a Green

Orchid Corsage. .
Among the honored guests were
alfa romeoReduced Rear Admiral and Mrs. Robert
SURPRISE PROMOTION-GySgt. George E. Harbison reported to I Goldthwaite; Captain L. P. Pres-

to Major Richard F. Skinner, Adjutant of the Marine Aviation De- sler, CO FAW 11, and Mr and
tachment and received a very pleasant surprise. He was pre- Mrs. Marc Whetstone.
3195 sented with a promotion warrant to First Sergeant. The former Piano music was\ furnished by
Aircraft Mechanic gets an oversize chevron pinned on by It. Mrs. R. Lambing and Mr. E. L.

New "GUILIA" 1600 Charles T. Knight (R) and Major Skinner, his present and former Peek. Mrs. B. Dykes, Mrs. J.
Fundamentals School where Ruch, Mrs. J. Casino were also
p0 officers in charge of the Mechanical
N* Sport Gar Offtrt S* Much for S LJHUFive
J fi Forward Speed Fully Synchronized Ceor Box the new top kick serves as the units,First Sergeant. (USMC Photo present from the Navy Wives Club
.
Twin Overhead Cam Shaft #201 Mayport.
0 Aluminum ingin*. Pistons Gear Box ond Axle Homing by GySgt. Wes Ward.)
Disc and Aluminum Fin Brakes Immediately following the
/L ANo Authon-'d al/a romeo Salty and Service Cocktail party a dance was held
for members and their husbands.
MERCEDES-BENZ SALES, INC.
+ Chairman for the affair was
424 ARLINGTON EXPRESSWAY M S-1011 .e +
A NARTU JAX enlisted man has Mrs. Thomas J. Bennett assisted -
-
again taken the top honors at the by Mrs.James Vineyard Mrs.
NATTC Jax Leadership School. Joseph Skapyak; Mrs. Conley

., L. Ownby, Mrs. William Wilcox, and
,0 Gary Thornton AN, a native
of Porterville, Calif., was the Mrs. Henry Wernet.
YOU'LL OE 1
The next meeting will be held
"Honorman" the
r at non-rated June 17 at 7:30 p.m. This meet-
NUTTY ABOUTBELLAIR class graduated Friday at NATTC. Ing will be the Social and Educational -
is attached to the meeting and all mem-
gThornton
BELLAIR lieutenant's Divis bers are urged to attend.A .
U j t ion. (Navy Photo)
,I 11L\ _J J student in our evening class
TOO
!
protested to the Instructor that
CLOCK & WATCH REPAIRAll although he hadn't missed class,
a notice had been posted to him
Makes And Models... Also
Jewelry Repair stating that he had been absent

for three nights. After checkinghis
SPECIAL DISCOUNT with this ad S III records, the Instructor a-
,
to all MILITARY PERSONNEL I I\\\\' greed that an error had been
\\t made and assured the student
One full year guarantee.Factory trained personnel U' ,' that he would put it right with

.. Ir McDUFF CLOCK AND WATCH SHOP the principal."It's .

433 SO. McDUFF AVE. L. DRIGGERS, USA RET not the" pronclpal I'm
worried about, said the student

\ cd; Phone EV 4.1741 Pick Up & Delivery wife"Who's" going to explain it to my
?
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Veterans AdministrationsAid VP-742 Takes


I

For Gl Home OwnersToo An Alligator To Iceland 11 j


many veterans sell their eran involved In obtaining a Sounds fantastic doesn't It. But St. Augustine Alligator Farm.He serving both as squadron skipper i
GI I homes and then learn they release of liability from VA? there is one in that small, North was allowed to make the trip to and as Angel's handler.
are still liable to the Governmentfor AThe cost of a credit report on Atlantic nation this week. the far north through the courtesyof The squadron is one of three

any obligation due on the the proposed purchaser must Patrol Squadron 742, under the the Florida Fish and Game NARTU Jax squadrons now on
original mortgage, B.J. Gannon, be borne by the proposed command of Cmdr. R. L. Rod- Commission. annual cruises. HS-742 Is

Officer, in Charge,.. VA Office, purchaser or the veteran. gers of St. Augustine, startedIts Commander Rodgers, who In presently undergoing training at
Jacksonville reports. Also, the cost of recordingthe annual two-week training civilian life is the chief test the Key West Naval Air Station
The VA has prepared this Assumption of Liability cruise Sunday morning when it pilot for Fairchild Aircraft Ser- and VS-743 left Monday morningfor

series of questions and answersto Agreement and Release must left NARTU Jax for Iceland. vice Division In St. Augustine, two weeks ,of active duty at
aid any GI home owner con- be paid by the veteran or the With the Florida Goodwill Am- is doubling In brass on this cruise Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Mt
templating the sale of his home: purchaser If recording Is bassadors is their mascot, ..

QWhat steps should a veteran, necess ry "Angel", a five and a half foot
planning to sell his GI I home, QA veteran purchased his long Florida Alligator. .In
take to avoid future liability? home with a first mortgageloan addition, "Neptune's Angels"asthe r DR. B.W. ROBERTS
A" He can (a) see that his GI I Insured by FHA and a squadron Is known, took giftsof
loan Is paid in full, either by second mortgage loan guar- Florida citrus and citrus plantsfor
the purchaser paying full anteed by VA. Will VA release the people of Iceland. OPTOMETRIST

cash or by obtaining his own the veteran from liability Four boxes of oranges donatedby
loan or (b) allow the pur- on the second mortgageIf the Indian River Citrus lea- ANNOUNCES THE OPENINgOF HIS OFFICE FOR THEROOSEVELT .
chaser to assume the GI I loan he sells his home? gue will be presented by the PRACTICE OF OP10MET IN THE

at the same time obtaining a AYes, if the conditions for release squadron to prominent persons of
release of liability to the are met and the first the island country, including the MALL
Government on the GI I loan mortgage loan Is current. present "Miss Iceland".
from both the lender who QDoes a veteran have to get Several boxes of citrus plants, 4461 ROOSEVELT BLVD. PHONE 387-2345

holds the note and mortgge VA's consent to sell his donated by .the Florida Ponkan
and from the VA. property if the GI loan is not Corp., of Apopka, Fla., will be EYE EXAMINATION GLASSES CONTACT LENSES

QWhat Is meant by release being paid off? given to the people of Iceland.
of liability to the Govern- ANo, he does not need VA's The plants will be transferredto

ment"? oonsent to sell his property.If hothouses heated by volcanic

A-- It means that the Govern- he wishes to be released steam. PIZZA PANTRY .' .'' .
ment will not attempt to collect from possible liability to the Angel Is owned by the
from the veteran If the Government, however, he
lIJJ
purchaser defaults on the must apply to VA. _

loan under and the VA guaranty pays a claim Jax. Search & Rescue Squadron \ ; TAKE OUT ORDERS .DINING ROOM

QHow does a veteran go about "- PREMIUM DEER CIIOICE CUT STEAKS
obtaining a release from liability Offers Special First-Air CoursesThe ,ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI

? Jacksonville Search and Rescue Squadron of the Civil Air "PIZZA...
A.- He submits written requestno
( special form needed) to Patrol, In co-operation with the Duval County Chapter of the Amer- our specialty"FRANK
ican Red Cross has planned a special course in standard first
the VA Region:>1 Office which
processed the loan. The request aid for Its members to be conducted In lieu of regular'meetings, of DERICKSON
,
should contain the VA the squadron beginning July 1, In ff>.heart of Cedar Hlllg
The course will be conductedby been planned for theJacksonvilleSearch
loan number, address of the
property, and the name and Lester Lechner, of the Jack- and Rescue Squadron of 3619 Blanding Blvd.-Ph 771-0170
the Civil Air Patrol here In
sonville Fire Department, and
address of the office to whichhe
makes will take place in three sessionsto Jacksonville," Tinder said. "We
payments.
be held on the first three want to thank the American Red
g-- who determines whether the
In All Cross local for the excellent -
Wednesday evenings July. chapter
release will be granted?
AThe VA Regional of flee. The sessions will begin at 7:30: P.M. asslstancethey have: givenus ..... ,
be held the Model and would also like to
be and will at we fn
proposed purchaser will t1 ?
City Aviation lounge at Imeson Invite Interested persons to
submit fin-
required to a
ancial statement and sign an Airport. Persons completing the participate In this firstaid course DUVAL MOTORSNEIGHBORHOOD
course and attending all three with our squadron members.
toassume the lia-
agreement
sessions will be awarded the Red Business meetings will be sus-
He must meet the
bility. Cross Standard First Aid certificate pended for the duration of the
VM requirements with respect -
first aid course, so that the entire -
Income and credit.
to
QDoes the release of a veteran Billy M. Tinder, Operationsand time can be devoted to the USED CAR CENTER
Training Officer of the local Instruction," Tinder said.
from liabilityaffect the CAP squadron, stated that other The local squadron Is composed
4538 JUAN
guaranty of the loan? SAN AVE.
persons would be welcome to of Jacksonville business men
A-- No, guaranty will continue In
attend the first aid course. There who devote a portion of their
effect. will be no charge for the course. time to assisting the U.S. Air BIGHT OPFROOSEVEtT BLVD.
Q-- Must proposed purchaser bea
"This Is one of a series of Force In the search for lostor
veteran? Instructional courses that have downed aircraft. I
ANo.. -
QCan a veteran with a VA .

direct loan be released of MONEY IN 1 DAY
liability? 64 FAIRlANE .500. . $2195 62 FALCON FUTURA t.. $1395

AYes, he may be released of 4 door, R&H, New car warranty Bucket seats, R&H ..

liability under the same con- 63 FORD 4 DOOR . $2295 62 FORD WAGON .$1595
ditions as a vtteran: with a S25 to S6do Hard top, V-8, Auto/trans./ 4 door, Auto/transmission/ R&H,

guaranteed GI loan. mission, R&H, Power steering Extra sharp
QA veteran's spouse signedthe ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE

note when the GI I loan was and tell 63 VOLKSWAGON ......$1595 62 RAMBLER . . $995 .
Cash for Just phone us
made. Will she also be released any purpose.
4 door
from ? how much you want. Pick up the cash at your Convertible, R&H Straight stick, R&H
liability 63 CHEVROLET 4DOOR.$2395 61 FALCON WAGON ...$1295 -
Same service.
AYes, If the veteran, Is re- convenience. -doy
leased.Q Hard top, Auto/transmission, 4 door, Auto/transmission/ R&H,
R&H, Factory air conditioned Luggage rack
-- Is there any cost to the vet- 24MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN

PHONE HOMESP ou Get Mo. mt. You et o. Pmt 63 FALCON . . $1495 59 MERCURY . . $795

1-3770 SP 1-0250 5 84.33 $5.00 $355.19 $21,00 2 door, Straight stick, Extra nice 2 door, Hard top, Full power

151.80 9.00' 427.51 25.00 62 BUICK SPECiAL...... $1795 57 CHEVROLET 4 DOOR.$795

WE WIRE FLOWERS 219.27 13.00 500.51 29,00 4 door, Auto/transmission/ R&H, Hard top, V-8, Auto/trans

WPA&inilPtJRo'tt! 286.13 17.00 600.00 34.39 Power steering mission, R&H

Above payments include interest.
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tiy<. .HornBh.hMlen! Here_ I


and dive bombers on J. P. McClellan, and aviation
torpedo
Throughout the day she withstood
ordnanceman third
October 26, 1942. class with
without
attack after attack
Today, nearly 22 years later, Fighter Squadron EIGHT. He Is
listed
she
lull fall
a night
By
the Hornet's gallant fight con- now employed in the U.S. Post
heavily to port, floating power- tinues to be prime topic of war- Office at NAS Cecil Field.
less in a sea churned by exploding
time reminiscence. Particularly Carl B.Sowell,an electrician'smate
bombs. minutes remained
Only among 14 men here at the Naval with the ship's company,
now before her massive,
battered hull would rest silently Air Station, Jacksonville, Fla. now' emplyed as an electroplaterwith
For they were there.They shared NAS O&R.
AS SHE LOOKED as she departed the U. S. for the Pacific. on the ocean's float off the her fight. They witnessed her George A. Arline, a chief petty
fringes of the Sant Cruz Islands -
death. officer with Bombing Squadron
vr- in the PacificSo
PHONE 725586RSINGERWHITE was the death of the r famed "Japanese planes .on your EIGHT. He is now employed as
World War II aircraft carrier course at 12,000 feet. .now 60 a mechanic with NAS O&R.
USS Hornet (CV-8)).She had fallen miles away. ." That's how that L. C. Graham, a metalsmlth
prey to a band of 54 Japanese eventful day began for: with Fight Squadron EIGHT, nowtr

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employed as a metalsmtth with Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Clyde
# NAS, O&R.E. .
Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
ORViSITORS ENTRANCE D. Chapman, assigned to
Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving
y Torpedo Squadron EIGHT, now too late for this deadline will be published the
retired and in
living Keystone following week unless the publisher is instructed other-
Heights, Florida. wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad
Wilson H. Sanderfer,
assignedto must be received WITH the copy for the ad.
Torpedo Squadron EIGHT,now o
DO NOT SEND CASH.
a employed NAS, O&R.as an inspector with RATE: Minimum charge '((3 'lines). . . . $1.00
Theodore Per additional line ((4 words per line) ,t. 35
A. Murphy, assignedto
Torpedo Squadron SIX, now
employed as a dispatcher with 3 BEDROOM HOME Close to SINGER SLANT NEEDLE CON-
NAS, O&R. NAS $50. down $50. month, Call SOLE MODEL

Archie M. Ballard, assigned to Art Powell, USN, Retd. with Like new, excellent condition,
Torpedo Squadron SIX, now an Colmery-Wilklnson Realtors, sewing mach. ZIG ZAGS, makes
electrician with NAS O&R. 264-6144 or 3533671. button holes,sews buttons,etc,
f #M & Carl Bazzie, assigned to Has balance $61 or responsible
V h Fighter Squadron EIGHT, now retired BOAT FOR SALE.Glaspar fiberglass party can take up $8 month pay-

REUNION The of living in Lawtey, Fla. 14 ft., 25 HP motor,Gator ments. Call 3531946. Will deliver -
anniversary Charles E. Russell, assigned to Champ trailer,CWO Uhlhorn Ext. No obligation.
YOUTAKE the famous Doolittle Raiders was ship's company, now retired liv- 562, evenings Ext. 501. A-l Sewing Machine ExchangeInc.
recognized recently and men ing in Jacksonville. .
YOUR CAR WITH YOU? from the Air Station and surrounding C. E. Owens, le ding chief OCEANFRONT Excellent inv.
For Financing and Insurance areas who were stationed radioman with Bombing Squadron for home or. rental Two story
stateside and overseas, call aboard the USS Hornetat EIGHT, now the sales managerfor home with 1 DR cabana in rear-- Amazing Value-Orange Park-

DYER M. BURR, representing the time met once again at Air Base Motors in Jacksonville on Neptune Bch. Owner will BR, porch, carport & patio on
O&R. Front finance, price-mid twenties.Call Ig lot. 5 min to NAS. Total pro
They are: row IL-RI)
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES Fred Fussell, assigned to Campbell Realty, $3950. Terms. CO 49351.
C. Johnson
L. C. Graham, Carl
FINANCE CORPORATION & eves. EX 80851.
Bathe, C. E. Owens, G.A. Arline, Fighter Squadron EIGHT, now
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE the proprietor of Timuquana TV FURN APT LakeShore-Small,
INSURANCE COMPANY J. P. McClellan, Fred Fussell, Sales and Service in Jack- FOR SALE-6588 Albicore Rd. all util furn. Conv. to NAS bus
'5615Tmuquana! Road. A. D. Kent. Back Row ''L-R1 E. D. sonville., and; 3 BR, 2 B, Ig. corn lot, A/C etc $45 mo. EV 94275.
PH. 771.0527 Chapman, A. M. Ballard, C. E. Alvin D. Kent, Third class stove &. ref. Hdwd. firs & sc
Russell, C. B.Sowell,T. A.Murphyand mechanic with Fighter Squadron pch. 7716719. HOUSE FOR SALE 3 BR, 11/2

W. H. Sanderfer EIGHT, now employed as a B, A/C, stove, blinds, hdwd
mechanic with NAS, O&R. IT all Fiberglass boat--Phantom firs, Ig Fla. & util rm$. 6572
Y E S four forty five Greymarine Inboard Albicore Rrt, 7717265.
"The alert barely gave us 10
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C minutes to reach our battle stations -
licenses etc. Needs ome work. RIDE WANTED 0715-1600-;
relates Kent. "Shortly
J afterward, all hell broke looser'The First $400 cash takes all Atlantic & University Blvd to
3 Locations To Serve Yo Hornet was solely at the SP 1-2071. NATTC. Ext. 8262/RA 48368.

mercy of the enemy's onslaught.She .
6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD. v Mile N. NAS Gate had nothing but her fixed she did on that night of April assigned to jammed," recalls
5444 NORMANDY Across From Atlantic Mills armament, the cruiser North- 18. "For the first time in his- McClellan, "I rushed onto the
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:WE:" FINANCE ANYONE IN THE ,U.S.N.: There was no hope of them returning Not so off the shores of Santa An ordnanceman familiar with
*. w, in time to help ward Cruz Islands. True, history, was weapons, McClellan picked up
*/ off the attackers being made, but those making it an automate rifle someone had

: Meanwhile, the battle ragedon. this time did not bare American discarded because it was
NOTHING! ,DOWN( .EASY"' PAYMENTSBRUNSWICK One hour, Two hours. Three Insignia. They were unquestionably jammed. Hurriedy,Jammed
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FOOF'S SPOOFS : Hornet escort vessels by means of high

CO HospitalCont. nets draped from the Hornet
00 MUCH 0'ME WORLD
.. (Cent from page 1)) 'Others were plucked from life-
I5 RUN ON UE'fUEORY ( from Page 1)) boats or from the open sea.

SAT YOU PONNEED Jap planes fell as a result of the It was from these rescue ships
MANNERS WYoU'2E A V Elliott, Call!. He reported there Hornet's firing power before the the survivors witnessed their

11'vEro,4RUcX May 1, 194L first lull came. carrier's death--at the handsof

Doctor Baker later had duty Because of his "bravery under 10 Jap planes which returnedfive

with Marine Units In the Asiatic- fire," McClellan received a hours later and ultimately,
Pacific Theatre, WPS aboard the meritorious promotion to second at the hands of her own escort

USS Auburn on the staff of the class petty officer and a Presi- destroyers to ensure against her

Commander, Fifth AmphibiousForce dential Unit Commendation, as being captured by the enemy.
and was senior medical did every crewman aboard. For the USS Hornet, the war
officer aboard the USS Massach- Despite all-hands efforts, the was over. For the 14 men from

usetts and the USS Dayton before Hornet was severly damaged not the Jacksonville area, there were

returning to the States.In only by bombs, torpedoes and other battles to be (fought. Peaceto

I4 July 1947 Doctor Baker machine gun fire, but by Jap dive be won.

..r' Capt. William Baker, Jr. ,again began his residency train- bombers which crashed Into her Now these same men are mak-
In OB-GYN, this time at Naval sides, flight deck and bridge. ing efforts to unite all the men

Hospital, San Diego. After com- Death of the Hornet was near- possible that were aboard the

Auto Liability Insurance pletion of his advanced traininghe Ing. To sink was Inevitable. The Hornet at the carriers sinking.
served Chief of Obstetricsand
QUVAl COUNTY RATES as theNavalHos- word was passed to "Abandon They are hoping for a reunion

Over 25 Married .$39.00 Over 25 Single .$43.00 Gynecology at Ship.'.' to be held here In Jacksonville
21.25 Married= . $55.00 21.25 Single. . $72.00 pltals at Camp Lejeune N.C., and Miraculously, fewof the 2000- soon. Anyone knowing of a person
Vnder 21 Married.: $67.00 Under 21 Sin le. .$115.00 and San Diego. He Is a Diplo- man crew were lost during the that was aboard the USS Hornet

6 MO. POLICY MONTHLY PAY PLANINSURANCE mate of the American and Board of battle--only about 340, said Kent. please contact A. D. Kent, Over-

Obstetrics Gynecology, a Survivors were taken board the haul&Repair,NAS.acksonvUle.CEDAR .
member of the Obstetrical and
M DOUG ALL'the
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CommissariesCont.
thern California, a Fellow of the
Hear Main NAS JAX
Gate
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College ( from
Page 1))
6463 Roosevelt Blvd. Phone EV 8-76761 stretriclans and Gynecologists, adequate food.
and a military member of the
The commissary privilegeIs
American Medical Association.He .
a substantial one for mar-
has been a frequent contri- ried men with families.
ONE to
place butor to the professional jour-
.. The commissary store privilege
nals of his
specialty. would be difficult to match
call for
Captain Baker is married to
the former Geraldine through pay Increases changes
Mary In other cash benefits.
Franklin of Detroit and they have
The availability of commissary -
money four children--James, 27, ser-
stores has been a factor
ving with the Army In Munich, Influencing servicemen to
Germany; Dennis, 22, In his fourth stayon
the minute it/ In a career status In the
want
you year at the University of belief that such facilities would
California College of HILLS
Phone Beneficial! Get cash double-fast for any good reason his EngineerIng continue to be provided during
Berkeley; twin sister,
furloughs. expenses, bills, you-name-it! And get Diana, attended the San Diego their term of service pnd upon Your Neighborhood

Beneficial's International Credit Card, too, for Immediate College for Women; and'Ter- retirement.The USED CAR DEALERSpecializing

Cash Loan Service at any affiliated Beneficial office anywhere rance, 16, a junior who will be DOD letter points out, in
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schools. commissary prices CLEAN CARS

The Bakers will be residingwith and supermarket prices and the
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Diana and Terrance In Quarters average family costs,
SYSTEM "HJ" here at NAS Jax. the annual saving (from using the Super Sport, V.8, A. T., R&H. Just
commissary for a (family of (four like New! Power steering.

Loans up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Note would be approximately $400." 62MONZA .... . $1495

'...t JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville Officials explain, "To take 4 speed, R&H, Maroon with black
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MoviesMovies I I i

OClub Acey Blue Jackets Club '


will be shown regularly Thursday, June 18
at 7 p.m. on Monday through Happy Hour 3:30p.m.: 6 p.m. Thursday, June 18
Saturday; and Sunday at the Dinner 6-9 p.m. Happy Hour Special Show 8-12 a.m.
Mainside and NATTC Theatersand
at 7 p.m. only on Sundayat Friday June 19 Friday, June 19

the Hospital Theater. These Happy Hour 3:30: 6 p.m. Redcoats : Phil Cay and Chantels 8-1 a.m.
times are subject to change. Dinner 6-9 p.m.
Do Re Saturday, June 20
Mi
Trio
8-12
Thursday June 18 p.m.
Phil Cay and Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings 8-1
Malnside PT 109-Cliff Robertson -
Saturday, June 20 12:30a.m. a.m. '
Ty Hardin
NATTC Man's Favorite Sport- Happy Dinner Hour 6-9:30 3:30: p.m. 6 p.m. Sunday, June 21 fI f
:
Rock Hudson, Paula Prentiss Cappies Combo p.m.8:30: 12:30a.m. Game Night Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings 8- I I
The Great
Hospital Escape-
12 a.m.
Steve McQueen, James Garner Sunday June 21] Country : I
:
Monday, June 22 ,.
Friday June 19 Fathers Day p.m.
Buffet 6-9 Pizza Night
MainsideThe Long Ships -Rich-
ard Widmark, Sidney Potter Monday June 22 Happy Hour Tuesday, June 23

NATTCPT 109 Cliff Robertson Happy Hour 3:30p.m.: 6 p.m. Happy Hour 5-7 p.m.
Ty Hardin Dinner 6-9 p.m. Steak cookout
Hospital Man's Favorite Sport- pool patio Game Night : Wednesday, June 24
Rock Hudson, Paula Prentiss Game Night 8 p.m.
Tuesday, June 23
Saturday June 20
Happy Hour 3:30: p.m. 6 p.m. Open I '
: ,.
MainsideCaptain Newman- I ;
Dinner 6-9
p.m. Foreign Dish
Gregory Peck Tony Curtis Night (France) r

TheLongShlps-Rlchard Wtdmark Sidney PolterHospital Wednesday June 24 USO .if.i/"::"""" 'il
PT 109 -Cliff Robertson Hour :::: :: :::::::::;:: N::;::::NdI
Happy 3:30p.m.: 6
p.m.
Ty Hardin Family Night 6-9 OF
p.m.

Sunday, June 21 ::

Mainside-College ConfidentialSteve -- U.S. StrengthCont. Bridge ,I J' J
Allen, Jayne Meadows Friday : < : : i
NATTCCaptain NewmanGregory ( from Page 1)) :
Peck Curtis JUNE
Tony '
Hospital The Long ShipsRich finest Army In the world's his- : : DURING THE SUMMER l\\(@ !
ard Widmark, Sidney Poiter tory--not the largest--just the I {1 22 to AUG.18 1 t f.j:
best for the reason that t
very Platter ,
I' > -ADVANCE-BALLET'TOE ll
Monday, June 22 this Is the surest way to pre- FOR TEENAGERS :::.t@.il
MainsideAmerica, America vent a war from coming. And : IN SEPTEMBERf.'r, .
Stathis Gallelis, Linda March thus every man, no matter what Grace : CENTER :::i I
NATTCCollege ConfidentialSteve his rank, who works toward this ( OFFICE BLOC.) 1t&
Allen, Jayne Meadows goal Is performing an indispen- Monday : ; HOME.PHONE EVS-9371 .1WJ w
HospitalCaptain Newman- sible national service." USO will Center"I: : ] '{ ttJ kI > I.. g.i .
Gregory Peck, Tony Curtis Graduates of the Naval Acad- I : I I I I I I a;:(
emy heard Representative VInson
Tuesday, June 23 say the United States must maintain Game Night
MainsideShakedownTerence a powerful military force if
Morgan Haxel Court it becomes necessary to assure
NATTCAmerica, America-- our survival If a nuclear war Disc Jockey
Stathis Gallelis, Linda March Is forced upon us.
"Readiness for war is a sym-
HospitalCollege ConfidentialSteve -
Allen, Jayne Meadows bol of peace in this troubled on active duty
world," Rep. VInson said. "We with you at
Wednesday June 24 must be ready to win any sort "I
MainsideLawrence of Arabia- of war which may be forced uponus. because you
." told the and missioned in
Peter O'Toole, Anthony Quinn He new Navy
sents a unique
NATTCShakedown- Terence Marine Corps officers that they
nation and
the powerful to
Morgan Hazel Court are joining most
HospitalAmerica, America- naval force the world has ever vices."Through
Stathis seen.
Gallelis Linda March
At the Air Force Academy clear energy <;D COLOR TVWorld's
Gen. LeMay told the 1964 class tems,
that. ."I 1 would value highlythe greatest
It's false, I find, opportunity to be entering or for
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That love is blind.
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the ... .. .
VP-5 Leads fiUnt strides present having : / : :":'::> :::: :" :::::: ;':?: :::::: :;' "': : ." :.: : :":' :.. : ::: .: : '.
> '? <; / \ : : :
finished second to FICEUR and ... . ..... .. :. : ..
now just missing NARTU In the ....:.::.J' .AX: : : .....:. A::I'R" ::it : : .: :'

bowling competition, placing .:;;; .:. .: .':::ii//:: ( : ;:::: R. .Ix. :" ,
.: =- : : ( .i'JJS': .t"S"
: ::: :: : ::::/; ::+ :::::\::::::<::: : :::

In Big "I"Spring second the Big'Trace.In that sport, to lead In .:...j.j>....jjfi.:MiWSChildress's;:: ::;:: : : : K.;:.. .m: 'i; ;:; ;: .:' ".".:";'.'" .::.::-;;:.: ....>.................,.......,\,:::-... ::.,..,......:.::
All appearances Indicate a very : tt4 : ..: :. ...:......:::: Wfmt: ::$:::: ;WNlittitlt: :;: :4WMM t KWt.'.>..,

tight race to the Finale for a
RaceThe
custody of the coveted Big "I"

Ironman The point trophy.standings after the Pitching And

second event In the first two events are: VP-5--
"Ironman" Sports Program for 1500 points:; FICEUR-.1450
the 1964 Spring season has just points and NARTU-.with 1100
been concluded with NARTU com points. Hitting Spark AF 679lh
In first in .
ing bowling.The The remaining events In the
first event,basketball was
Spring Program are: Softball,
won by FICEUR, and the Golf, Track & Field and Swimming -
Partolmen of VP-5 are using One of the main reasons that the Air Force 679th Softball
STANDOUT' PITCHER' is Bob squad is currently leading the Intramural Softball National Leagueand I

Childress of the AF679th softball sporting. a 17-1.record is Bob Childress, their hard: throwingand
OPEN We Make a11:30.A.M.
DAILY
squad who currently has hard hitting pitcher. '"
TO 10 P.M. Specialty of six shutout games in the 15 he Childress Is pitching 15 of

CATFISH has pitched. (Navy Photo by the 18 games played by the
E? SHRIMP Harold Benson, SN) Air Force "diamondmen" has
OYSTERS an umblemished record with 15
CHICKEN wins of which six were no-hit
STEAKS games. To date he has struckout
TAKE-OUT SERVICE Jax. 155 batters, in the 15 games, 'errII
BANQUET SERVICE Navy for an average of a little over 10 II
5 BUSINESS MEN'S strike-outs per game.better than
i'rcii LUNCH half of all the batters he has met.
To top this all off he is also .
3438 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771 5581 Wins ThreeThe sporting a current batting aver-

age of.444.
The results of last .weeks
1111I1111I111I1111I111I1111I11I1 COUPON 1111I1II11II1II1I11111111111111111Y- Jax Navy Softball team action are: LEADING HITTER forthe AF679th

. ... : = CLIP THIS OUT AND BRING TO NICK SEGAS (selected players of the Intra- NATIONAL squad is also Bob Childress whois
mural Leagues) now formingfor LEAGUE currently slugging at the
E= It Is worth. to $15.00 on any car you buy away
the 1964 season engagedthe AF679th 17, VA-35--1 rate of 444. (Navy Photo by
1 POWELL PLYMOUTH INC.
USS Saratoga on Friday nightin AF679th 11, Marines 5 Harold Benson, SNI)
== 1218 San Marco Blvd. Nick Segat. Sales Rep. Pit 359.2024 or El. 4-2757.5
double header affair los-
a Supply 12, A/C Malm 11
5111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 IIIlIIIHIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDirPOWELL ing the first game 4-2 and win- NARTU 3, FACTU 2
the second 162. VA-35--5:) CFJ 4O&R
ning game O&R 13. Fleet Photo 0
Don Stewart (Q&R) gave up CFJ 23, Disp 14, Dlsp 1
PLYMOUTH .. only two hits in the first game Hosp 13, Marines 2 FAETU 19, Fleet Photo 9
but suffered from a little loose NARTU 9, Supply 2
IS LEADING THE WAY WITH AMERICAN LEAGUE
play. In the second game Bobby Hosp 15, A/C Maint 6
Warner (FICEUR) limited the FICEUR 13, VU-10--3
Sara boys to three hits,and mus- FICEUR 6, VP-45--0
I tered three hits himself for the Bobby Warner (FICEUR) won Admin 5, VP-45--0
rout. Home runs in the double his second game in two nights with VP-30-15) Army 10
another neat four hitter whenjax
VAP-62--8. VP-18--6
header were hit by Jim Kasnic
(FICEUR) and Fred Lueder Navy garnered five runs In the Comm 16, Weapons 1
I (NATTC). third inning,high lighted by JuHanLewis' VP-3)--17) VP-5--6
On Saturday Jax Navy defeated triple scoring two runs. Weapons 12, Army 6
Friday, June 19, Jax will
Navy
Mel's SONOCO of the Jax City VP-18-11, VU-10--3
.. travel to Mayport to take on the Admin 14, Comm 3
in another pair of ,
i League games
USS Saratoga in another pair of
4V
winning the first 2-0 behind the
and will VA44hereat
play
games
four hit pitchingofHarryShelley,
Jax, Enterprise Field on! Saturday I I I6ACOM
NATTC with the help of
( ) Wayne
June 20, :
Campbell's (Hospital) two home games beginning 6CENADO
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Sports 6ND Tennis July 1, 1964. These individualsmay
participate in the Open or
Shorts Senior Division, but not both.It .
is very desirous that Jax
Tourney Set Navy be represented in all three
The NAS Intramural Track &
divisions, therefore, it is hoped
Field meet scheduledfor
orglnally that personnel interested in
June 2 has been set for Tues- try-
ing out for the team contact
At PensacolaThe
day June 23, at 4 Units
or
p.m.
.. Frank Athletic
NkY F= i t4 wW YA, w wi McCaffrey, NAS
g activities which have not as
i 9 yet
Director, Ext. 585.
entered are encouraged to Invite
individuals for representation.Contact Sixth Naval District Ten- Fleet personnel are permittedto
the Athletic Director, nis Tournament will be held at participate with Jax Navy in
NAS Pensacola the 6ND Tournament or the Fleet
July 14-17
Frank McCaffrey, Ext. 585 for
further information. Participation will permit four Area Tournament, but not both.
persons In the Open Division, Only Fleet personnel are eligible
two In the Senior Division and for the Fleet Area Competition.It .
The annual Intramural Swim-
iq 4 } .... Ai Vf t tz three in the Women's Division. is hoped that the best players
h ming meet will be held on Wednesday -
Rl' The Senior Division will be from all the Commands aboardthe
June 24, at 7 p.m. In
the Indoor Pool, Bldg. 614. for persons who will have reached station will help represent
.w 40 years of age on or before Jax Navy with a strong team.

The tennis courts located on -- -- ------ ..

"YOU'RE SAFE", is the call by Umpire B. G. Benson, as T, B. Enterprise near Mustin Road will
Taylor, of the.Marines, slides into 3rd base covered by Tom tuns- be out of commission for approximately -

ford of the AF679th$quad. Air Force won the contest by the score two weeks beginning ,
Monday, June 15, for repairs.
of 115. (Navy Photo by Harold Benson, SN)
.
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Intramural GolfThe Navy Relief VAP-62 Sailor

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round, of the Intramural Golf} coming year." a strong runout. All officers
Spring session shaped up as fol- "Only your fine spirit and enthusiastic The medal and citation were

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NARTU # 1 Captures INTRAMURAL BOWLING'CHAMPIONS -
for the Spring session are
I the keglerfrom NARTU'l.LfoR( )

Roy Jenkins, Edward I.Miller,
IM Bowling Championship
Elmer F. Psalmonds, Capt. R. F.
Browning (NARTU Executive Of.
The NARTU1 keglers stretched their play-off record to 15-5 ficer), Jere F. Pugh, Joseph A.
I to capture the Naval Air Station Intramural Bowling championship Cox, and James W. Gwaltney.
this past week. In the final weeks action the NARTU keglerstook Not present at the time the pic-
four straight games from the VA-35 bowlers. UNDER
tures were taken were Charles C.
The VP-5 Mad Foxes placing I
In the runnerup position with Mad Foxes 3, VA-35--1 Rexroad and John D. Kitchen.
their 13-7 record In the play- NA R1U1## --4, VA-3S--Q (Navy Photo by Chris Cole, SN) '
offs also In previous weeks had FICEUR3--2## VA-35--2
captured championship.the American League NEWAIR I

The other teams in the playoffs -
and their respective records
were: Plzan's 11-9;FICEUR/3/# ANAGEMEN'Il
--10-10; VA-35--7-13 and the
Hospital Needlers at 416. -
Other honors for the Intra- N&
mural Bowling season were: -
Continental league champ--Dis- .
pensary Pizzan's; National
league champ--VA-35; High
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