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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 9, 1964
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VOL. 22 N0.,*? U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JULY 9, 1964 "f



: ADM RickettsBuried

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Ya Claude V. Ricketts,

Vice Chief of Naval Operations,

died early Monday morning In the
1 Bethesda Naval Hospital whichhe

had entered three days ear-

lier for a check-up.
A'' Funeral services are being {
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held this afternoon at the U.

r S. Naval Security Station, Washington ,

Captain Arthur C. Cason Captain Louis P. Presslef D. C. Interment will
follow at the Arlington National

Cemetary.

Fleet Air Wing Eleven Admiral David 1... McDonald, ,--

Chief of Naval Operations, expressed ,( <


Reins Change TomorrowCommand sense of profound deepest personal sadness loss anda F 1fl 1: t .

following Admiral Ricketts' MINER/ -Tlir U.S. //Varv'. submarine hunter, the P-3 Orion, ;i'

of Fleet Air Wing Eleven will change hands tomorrow death. Said Admiral McDonald, carries n mighty arsenal of teeapttnt designed to destroy enemy tub

when Captain Arthur C. Cason relieves Captain Louis P. Pressler "The loss of this distinguishednaval marine The ar.riinl liunnle depth bombs, rocket, torpedoes, mines

' s Jfn ceremonies to be held In Hangar 124. officer, gentleman, states- ami /M'rfaf Kwifmri Three type of mines tn the Orion arsenal, arrtirrayrd
friend Is Indeed
and a grievous
aCaptain Cason returns toJack- man, lure fn ',Ia" lop row tire seven 2000-pound mine (thr center
blow to all of us who have
sonvllle where he formerly serv- one wif/i noir /airing removed)\ in the center rote are II 1000-
ed as ExecutiveOfficerandCom- NARTU Men Get been privileged" to know and admire p nuisiIeraj and In tie bailout row are 16 swim"". of the 500-pound tI"...

manding Officer of Patrol Squadron him.

Five,one of AW-ll's squad- Medals for Fire '.
rons. He has Just completed a tour In a message to the entire PatRon 16 1 To Get
of duty as Commanding Officerof Navy, Secretary of the Navy PaulH. ;:
Rescue Action Nitre said: "I. would like to
USS Greenwich BayAVP-41)( )
His other tours of duty have express my own sense of tragic
On Thursday, July 2, Lcdr loss at the passing of Admiral Orion Next Month '
been many and varied, Including
James P. Spillls, received theNavy's Claude V, Ricketts, United States
ships, squadrons, and duty In the
Air Medal, Cdr. W. W. Those ofus who have work- .-
Office of the Chief of Naval Navy. The Lockheed P-3 "Orion",the Navy's new patrol plane, will soon
D. W. Clar, AN, and Har-
Loy him
ed with are particularly
Operations. be seen flying In the Jacksonville area bearing the Insignia of Patrol
old E. Gulden and R. A. Mey
he has carried
mindful that
tre-
Captain Cason will be headingan a Squadron Sixteen. Cdr William J. Vaught, Commanding Officer of
ers, both aviation Machinists and
Air Wing composed of five mendous burden selflessly VP-16, announced that the first of the new planes will arrive In lax
Mates first class received
Navy On December 7
,
anti-submarine squadrons, a unsparingly. on August 1, bringing with them Increased capability In anti-submarine
Commendation Medals. Lt. U. W. 1941, the then Lt. Ricketts with
specialty for him. In additionto warfare techniques.
King was decorated at an ear- "extraordinary courage and disregard -
served
having as CommandingOfficer
of an ASW squadron he lier ceremony.The for his own personal saf- At the present time, many of
has served as the Deputy six decorations were approved ety" was directly responsible for Sharp Given the men from VP-16 are under-
for the men of the Naval the West Vir-
Director of the ASW Division of saving battleship going training related to the new
the Operational Test and Eval- Air Reserve Training Unit ginia for future service In World aircraft. At Allison Aircraft

uation Forces and as head of the who participated In emergency War IL These highest tributes of OutstandingSailor Corp., Indianapolis, Indiana,VP-

Air ASW Programs In the officeof rescue operations December 29 the professional naval officer, 16 men are studying the plane'spowerplant
at the Hotel Roosevelt during the which Admiral Rlcketts
Patux-
per- while at NAS
the Chief of Naval
Operations. ,
Capatln Pressler, the 21st post-Gator Bowl fire disaster. sonified at Pearl Harbor and until AwardMilford ent River, Maryland, other
Eight persons were airlifted this sad have Inspired
Commander of Fleet Air day, squadron men are studyingthe
Wing
Eleven, has held that position from the roof of the burning hotel Navy men toward greater devo- G. Sharp, A01, was many I complex systems
by helicopters flown by Lcdr tion to their flag and their Na- named the "Serviceman of the employed i In the aircraft. Pro-

Jacksonville since May 1963.he will Upon attend leaving the Spillls and Lt. King. Cdr. Loy vy. Our finest tribute to him wilt Month" at the Naval Air Tech- spective' Orion pilots are undergoing

Industrial War College of the acted as co-pilot for Lt. King be to persevere In carrying on nical Training Center for the flight training at Pax _
and Gulden was a crewmemberIn the great work to Improve the month of May 1964 In ceremonies River. '
Armed Forces
at Washington.
the helicopter. Clark and Mey- naval service the mission for Friday, June 26, In the office
D. C. ers were crewmembers for Lcdr which he sacrificed himself. of Capt. C. G. Strum, NATTC VP-16 a unit of Fleet Air Wing

Splllis. Commanding Officer. Eleven, Is the second Jackson
Cdr Loy, Gulden Meyers, and .y ville-based squadron (o fly

VP-5 Continues Clark are still serving aboard ... ..j Sharp, an Instructor In the the Orion. VP-45 has been flying -
NARTU Jax. Cdr. Loy 'is the "". /;'''" Aviation Ordnanceman Class the P-3 since. March of this

Flying SafelyLt. command's! personnel officer "B" School,was presented a let- year.
Gulden Is a technical training ter of Commendation signed by

John L. Mulhall and Lt Instructor, and Meyers and Clark Capt. Strum, a $50.00 U. S. Since 1951, when the squadronwas
work on the NARTU and called to active duty, VP-
John J. taxied their'SP2E Helicopter Government Savings Bond
(jg) Langan
16 has flown the Lockheed P-2
In safely June 30 at 5:28 line.Lcdr he will receive a free trip to
p.m., completing another year of Splllis who was on temp rq' historic St. Augustine, courtesyof Neptune. Prior to that time, the
flight operations entirely ac orary active duty at the time of the USO and the St. Augus- squadron flew the PBY "Cata-

cldent-free for Patrol SquadronFive. the hotel disaster, Is a member tine Chamber of Commerce.The llna" aircraft as a reserve

Helicopter Anti-Submarine squadron.The .

Adding to the significance of Squadron 71one of 14 Naval Letter of Commendationcited
Air Reserve P-3 Orion will be flown byVP16
the flight Is that on the same Squadrons attached Sharp's excellent Instructor
day, LCdr Cornelius Kastelein to NARTU Jax. He Is a ability and outstanding knowledge In Its primary mission of

relieved LCdr Leslie Benner as furloughed National Airlines pilot of special weapons. It noted that anti-submarine warfare. It Is designed '.,
VP-5's Safety Officer. LCdr Kas- and Is presently attending the he Is especially adapt at clar- to get to an assigned area -

telein will now be charged with University of Florida.Lt. ifying difficult points and check- faster and remain on station longer -

the job of maintaining the accl- King who-was the assist- Ing to see If the students under- than Its venerable predecessor

(Continued on Page 9)) (Continued on Page 9)) Milford G. Sharp, AO1 stand the material. the P-2 Neptune.



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)'OUR @Nd vote. ... Give
ti Accounting By Walter B. Fcaglns
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: :\ : ,' -. ',: (. .: :',. Course at NAS Have you ever thought of standing the watch in your personal
,
: r 'fA:. life for service to God? Yet, if we are truly dedicated to our spiritual
f If a sufficient number of Navy commitment, we do this each day in our spiritual growth and under-
civilian and or military personnelof standing. To recall, let us use three pass words of dedication. One
i this command are Interested, is surrender. This does not mean cowardly submission, but a genuine
arrangements will be made with desire to learn God's word ,and apply this to our dally living. The
the Florida Institute for Con- thoughts underlying our motivation are worthy when our efforts are
tinuing University Studies to provide directed to please our Heavenly Father. Secondly, there is diligence
the course Elementary Accounting In our walk and conduct of spiritual living. Spiritual business and
ATG-21L The course response -to our Heavenly Father requires our personal efforts.
would be conducted on the station This does not involve strain, but rather self-control actions, and
by the University of Florida. A thoughts in our spiritual reflection to our neighbor and community

.. tentative schedule provides for Have we not heard that the greatest sermon Is the life we live. And
," '." .' .'
-- ', '"-: ,of. 't.!. "..: the class to meet 'on Monday lastly with diligence comes generosity, a feeling of holding back
: .' night of each week from 6 until nothing from God ready to give Him[ your talents will arid purpose.But .
9 p.m. Beginning Septem- above all, a more loving response of the heart.
ber 14 and continuing through Submission, diligence and generosity. Three words of a dynamicfaith.
December 14. The course, ATC- With these In our spiritual life, we can stand our watch faithfully -

ALANC f 211, carries three semester hoursof .
CANiPT t.f I college credit and covers

pF v"" "Accounting as a device for
measurement of business activity Dry 5( '
Traffic ft1 e' r 1'1.<\ S
; assumptions underlying accounting -
Editorial ; recording and reportingof
transactions; preparation and ViolationsThe SUNDAY

Interpretation of financial and 8:00 a. m. Service of Holy
Who Would Dare Say operating statements." following is a report of Communion
Enrollment will be acceptedon motor vehicle accidents and traf- 9:30 a. m. Service of Divine
the basis of first to pay their fic violations for the period June Worship

registration fee. First priority[ 28 through July 4. 9:30: a. m. Sunday School forages
1 Vote Won't Count? will be given to Navy Civilian 3 through 16, Bldg. 722
Then
and ,
personnel.
Military
11:00 a. m. Service of Divine
J' Ever hear of lames G. Blaine[ ? on a space available basis, to Worship

He was an American whose name today would be known to virtually dependents of the Navy Civilian NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis 6:30: p. m. Youth Fellowship
every citizen[ had it not been for 575 New Yorkers living[ [in his and military personnel and other WEDNESDAY
time. In 1884 less than one additional vote per precinct in New employees or officers of the week June 28 through July 4:30: p. m. Junior Choir Rehearsal -
York State would have elected Blaine President of the United States. Federal Government. Military 4 . . . . .3
But New York favored Grover Cleveland by 1,149 votes. If Blaine[ personnel Interested in tuition Total Accidents this year through 7:30: p., m. Senior Choir Re-
could have garnered half that total-- 575 votes-- he would have won aid should contact their Infor- July 1. . . .127 hearsal
New York's electoral votes-- and the election.In mation and Education Officer. Number of Accidents throughJuly 12:00 p. m. Holy Communion,
1948, President Truman won Ohio by 7,107 votes and Californiaby Cost of the courses are as 1963 . . . 162 Also on all Holy Days
17,865. If one voter in only half the precincts [in those states had follows: Registration fee, $36.00 Catholic Services at St.
changed his mind, Thomas E. Dewey would have captured 50 more (late fee is an additional $5.00)) Total number of days since last Edward's Chapel, NATTC and
electoral votes. President Truman would have lost 50, and the election Texts, "Accounting Fundamentals" injury In vehicle accident 41 Naval Hospital
would have been thrown into the House of Representatives.In by Mcfarland, Ayers, and SUNDAY MASS
the late President national Stone (McGraw Hill) $10.00;
1960 Kennedy's majority was less 6:30 a. m. U. S. NavalHospital
than one vote per precinct. He defeated VIce-President Richard Nixon "Case Problems In ManagerialAccounting" 9:00 a. m. & 11:00 a. m. St.
by less than 120,000 votes out of the nearly 69 million votes cast. by Greene (Holt, Edward's Chapel
In 1962 the governor of Massachusetts was elected by 5,341 votes; Rinehart, and Winston) $2.50. NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis DAILY 'MASS

the governor of North Dakota by 2,007, the governor of Maine by 483 Enrollees may arrange to purchase 11:30 a. m. St. Edward's Chapel
and the governor of Minnesota after three months of recounting, was texts through the Training week . . 37 MONDAY & TUESDAY

..... elected by 91 votes.In Division. Speeding . . . 9 4:15 p. m. King Hall NATTC
recent local elections a mayor in Ohio,a councilman in Arizona, Registration cards are avail Reckless Driving . 2 FRIDAY
a state legislator in Pennsylvania all won office by one vote. On able from the IRD Training Office Going Through Stop Sign ,1 12:05 p. m.U. S. Naval Hospital
Nov. 5, 1963 a candidate for city council in Cincinnati[, Ohio, was Room 225-G, Building[ 907.Completed Other Violations . 25 SATURDAY

hospitalized on election day and was unable to go to the polls. He registration cards for 9:00 a. m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY
lost by one vote. ATG-211 must be returned to the

Now then, what votlng-eleglble citizen would dare make this state- Training Division by August 30. Twenty-five drivers appeared 8:00 and
7:00 p. m. : p. m.
ment: "Aw the heck with itl I My vote won't make any difference Cards must be accompanied by a before the Traffic Hearing Boardat before Masses
anyway"? check (no Cash) for $36.00 made the meeting held on July 6. Catechism Classes: Grade School
Whether it's a lever pulled in a booth on election day or a service[ out to the Florida Institute for Disposition of the cases include SATURDAY

man's absentee vote mailed in beforehand every ballot counts I Remember Continuing University Studies. the following: eight lost drivingand 10:00 a. m. All Saints' Activities[
that when you cast yours this year.AFPS( ) Cards received after August 30 parking privileges aboard the building
must be accompanied by a check station for various periods;three 722NURSERY
for $4 LOO to include the late reg- were
will be conducted in 3 hour dai- istration fee. assigned to complete an The Naval Air Station Nursery
Driving Course ly segments over a 15 workday eight driving hour Instructions course In remedial located In Building 560 on Child
consecutive period.A ; one was Street, opens at 8:15 a. m. on
total student number that Class No.2, 0800-1100, July given a suspended penalty; nine Sunday morning. Parents attend-
Offered NAS can be effectively accommodatedover 13 through July 24, 1230-1530; were given warnings; four were ing Sunday Masses or Protestant
By Class No. 3 dismissed[ and two were referredto
the 9 week period is 144, 0800-1100 July 7 ; services may leave young
._ The Bureau Naval Personnelhas or 48 students for each of the through August 7. commanding officers for pos- children in the nursery without
Department heads, Fleet Unit sible disciplinary[ action.
provided funds for conductingan classes as per schedule. Class charge.AIR .
Officers and
accredited Driver Education number 1 is presently in ses- Commanding Com-
Officers of other
Program for military personnel sion. Department Heads and Fleet manding NAS
during the months of July and Commanding Officers shall assign Jacksonville tenant activities are
requested to submit their -
August. This training is availableto personnel to attend in order number for each classIn enrollment JAX NEWS:
station fleet, and all tenant to meet mandatory require-
writing by July 10 to the NAS
commands' personnel aboard ments, or where remedial train-
General Safety Officer, Bldg.907
this activity.The ing is indicated. Voluntary enrollment -
and will be made available The JAX AIR
quotas NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper,
training is especially designed in these classes, particularly -
as enrollee information Is distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station
for personnel between the [ by tenant command personnel -
ages of 18 and 25 and problem is invited and encouraged. received. Priority will be givento Jacksonville, Florida[ by the Holt Publishing Company, a
military personnel between the private firm. All Copy submitted for In theJAX'.AlRNEWS
drivers. Each course will consist Satisfactory completion of the use
ages of 18 and 25 years. must be forwarded the Office,
to Service Information
of 30 hours classroom instruction course will entitle military per-
12 hours motor vehi- sonnel under age 25 to a 10% Box 2, NAS Jacksonville> by 12:00: noon on Monday beforepublication.
cle simulator training and 3hours 15% reduction in auto liability News Items are welcomed from all sources
behind the wheel of a vehicle insurance premiums.For IF IT'SHEWS Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.

operating over a prescribed additional Information[ Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
range. contact the General Safety Officeat concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing
All training will be conducted Ext. 756.There CALL company, 4724 Clyde Drive[ Jacksonville 8. Florida-[

_ -.. by an accredited driver training will be two classes per Telephone 3594040'or 3S -0271.'
instructor furnished under con- day of 24 students in each class ,

tract with BuPers by Duval County and will convene as follows: 8161 VOL. 22 NO. 19 9 1964W
Board of Education. The course Class No.1, already in session; JULY ,




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Navy 1'0 Be Scrapped AN AIR-CONDITIONER THAT CAN I I)

N" 0 W I BE MOVED FROM ROOM TO ROOM ,.
It finally has happened. IT IS TRULY PORTABLE!!"
Some obscure Navy command has added another "Check-off List
Rustproof ALUMINUM Cabinet __ .
of Check-off Lists" to the top of the paperwork mountain; and the "=
whole mass of Instructions and directives, reports and files, manuals iiURMUpi fUffiMi
and Indexes of manuals (and Indexes of indexes of manuals) is going
to come crashing to the sea there to rest, forevermore.
..They're going to SCRAP the
Navy ITU'S OF COOLING -- j
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SCRAP an acronym for Selective by Under Secretary of the Navy O 0 0
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Curtailment of Reportsand Paul B. Fay, and under the per- I COMFORT, CERTIFIED -
Paperwork indentifies
a sonal scrutiny of Secretary Nitze,
new Navy project. One of the it. has the full support of Chiefof
most important projects the Navy Naval Operations David L. .
has launched in recent years.It McDonald. SCRAP Is headed
by
,Is considered so important, Rear Admiral G. S. Patrick, the Year Replacement Guarantee .w- .
In fact, that Secretary of the Na- Naval Inspector GeneraL ..
vy Paul H. Nitze has placed it \
on the same footing as the pre- Secretary Nitze has let it be I
cedent-shattering POLARIS pro- known that the project is to be \
gram. In other words, the Navy conducted "with a minimum of
Is going to cut the red tapeon paperwork." In keeping with this, -- -

a project specifically aimedat Admiral Patrick Is encouragingunits =r' --- -- '-' -:-:::'...___ H1. ___ ::
cutting red tape. of the fleet to submit official ,
The need for SCRAP has or unofficial suggestions,
become disturbingly obvious in unencumbered with the usual r -
the past few months; the com- string of forwarding endorsements -
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bat readiness of the fleet is in "We want Ideas," he said, I II r rI
danger of being smothered undera In a recent Interview, "not a col- I -
mountain of paperwork. Under lection of signatures." '
the reports and instruc- I ,". 'lffJUdPiiliHfltHHmHHiijifHiilinmmlwmmumufUi! ; :
very Iji[ tf ,
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And Admiral Patrick 1 I
tions which have been designedto points out ;
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tabs that the Navy wants to see I --
keep on -- and Increase sug- :
the combat readiness of the gestions from anyone who thinks i I
fleet. that he or she might .
Officers and men are spendingmore have a good Idea and solicitsthe r @) -" ,! FULL 5 YEAR-"
time In maintaining interest and cooperation of ;
records on gunnery, for example everyone In, or connected with ,;' .
the "We all affectedby = REPLACEMENT
than on actual or simulated prac- Navy. are
tice with the guns. this problem," he explained."We 1t + rfl GUARANTEE
Equipment Is being crowdedout all come into contact with NOT JUST FIXED
of ships because of the space paperwork every day. ,_jJ ONLY BY
required for files of reports, _.-
WestinghousePlugs
correspondence catalogues.
These are just two problem a-
reas. There are hundreds. And In like a fan
Project SCRAP Is going to lookat ESI WESTINGHOUSE
all of them. Weight only 39 pounds I
The Paperwork Crisis is not
I Install In minutes with
new over; it has the been years.growing Previous steadily attempts -- AI R new Zip Kit

to deal with It have, all car insurance buy-
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too often resulted in more paper- famous low rates CONDITIONER
work. Individual command have
and ,ervice.
top .
tried to revise procedures onlyto R. -
be frustrated by some offic- Contact me today I .115 VOLTS
ial higher up the line. Comman-
ders in widely separated areas : JOE 7.5AMPSWEIGHS
have ordered studies to be con- I'
ducted on some aspect of the 11090THE
problem, not knowing that other LUTENPhone 59 LBS. LIGHT
studies had already been conducted. -
And. frequently, all of the 3811 771.6400 JUST $1.67 WEEK!

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and directed from the HOTTEST WEATHER IS YET TO COME
top level of command. Conceived
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FRA 126 NAMTG Establishes z "The staket here',.are great for

you, for us and for the world. 7F?

Branch and Unit 126 of the New Field Of TrainingNaval have but to persist together, as we
Fleet Reserve Association will shall/ do, and thus w; cannot fail."--.
hold its annual Installation of
officers this Saturday July 11, Air Maintenance Training Detachment 3012 was commissioned Henry Cabot Lodge, former Amer-
at the new Fleet Reserve Hall In Memphis Tennessee and Is now located at Naval Air Station, ican ambassador to Vietnam, speaking .
located at 7673 Blanding Boulevard Jacksonville, Florida, Bldg. 702. First at farewell ceremonies in Saigon.
just North of Collins Road This new field of Trainingwas latton Structural Mechanic
The installation ceremonies will established to fill the need Class, F, D. Beard.
begin at 7 p.m. followed at 9 p.rn. for standardized operating and This training is under the supervision -
by the President's Ball. preventive maintenance trainingon of the Chief of Naval
A$5.00 donation per couple Is a wide variety of aviation sup- Air Technical Training,Rear head-Admiral WESCONNETTFURNITURE
asked of the semi-formal Presi- port equipment used both ashore Allen Smith whose
dents Ball. The donation will and aboard ship. The courses quarters Is at Memphis Tennessee -

provide snacks set-ups,and door provide training on electrical CO.
prizes and music by Max and power starting units, air compressors Aviation support equipment
TST" the Blue Notes. liquid oxygen trailers, training at NAMTRADET 3012Is
: BLVD. AT 103RD. ST. SP 1.Q750
portable hydraulic test stands, somewhat different from other 5326 WESTCONNETT )
latior' fork lifts tow tractors, and air- training that Is offered by the EASY CREDIT
Naval Air Maintenance Training
Washaltskl at 771-7377. craft cranes. Other equipmentIs
The regular meeting has been added periodically as train- Group. Student personnel who are FREIGHT SALVAGE REPOSSESSIONS
changed from the third to the Ing aids are developed. In time selected to attend these coursesare
fourth Thursday.July 23.The new standardized training on all considered to have the qual- MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING SET $19.95 .
and the desire to becomean
Branch Is located on Blanding yellow equipment will be avail- ities
Boulevard. able. The following courses have .Instructor. They are selected BEDROOM SUITE $79.00 DINETTE SETS $29.00
been added to the original? list from AMD's aboard air stationsand
n of equipment since this train- V-6 divisions aboard ships. LIVING ROOM SUITE $69.00
lite/ Ing program was started: Air Upon satisfactory completionof .END TABLES, COFFEE TABLES 5.00
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nitrogen servicing trailer GTE- Instructor Training and the
w&tV 85-L Enclosure, GTE Model course selected, the Naval Air MODERN LAMPS S5.00TV SETS 60.00
2123, MT30-75 tow tractor and Maintenance Training Group
set of train- ELECTRIC AND GAS STOVES 35.00
air compressor model 515H3P2.} ships a complete
SEE PAGE 12 AND
Instructors In the training detachment ing plans and training aids to REGRIGERATORS $45,00 STEREOS $100,00
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RIVERSIDE Davis, CPO In charge; Chief the guidance of his C.O. estab-
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The NAS Olathe :Coti nand- j
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Eight NATTC ReservistsReceive Ing Officer then Included Erbacher That friend of male America : ''I\
Students and Burkhart In the Commendation the one who discovered that cigar 1

ACommendation saying, "Your 'can ashes are good for the rug,Is out
do' spirit was Instrumental In with another. He finds that dead
Advanced to AirmanBy helping maintain the combat leaves are good for the lawn.
readiness of our Selected
D. W. Warren, J02 Reserve Fighter Squadrons "
Two Naval Reservists presently -
Eight students at the Naval Air Technical Training Center here attending NATTC's Aviation
were advanced to Airman June 16 but I
they didn't follow the normal lectrlclaifs Mate Class "B" I
procedure of taking out correspondence courses and taking a monthly School helped the Naval Air Sta- I
Airman! examination They were advanced as a result of completing tion, Olathe, Kans., win the Edwin
the first phase of school. Francis Conway Memorial $5ra 24 5c PEl ;

Michael D Abel, Thomas L. etc.) In the classroom. He then Trophy for fiscal 1963, and share DAr IMU I
Bunch, Donald F. Burgess, Gerald to the wherehe
goes swimming pool In a commendation for their efforts {
A. Caldwell, Donald T. Neel, is taught basic survival {

Albert F. Strotz, and Herbert L. strokes plus actual usage of sur- Karl D, Erbacher AE2, and BUDGET toY
Thompson, all AE-A School Stu-
vival equipment.In Harold M. Burkhar, AE1, servedas _
dents, and Tommy 1... Mounsey, one elaborate drill, designed members of the Navy VF R Nr II.CA" 1"w.

AO-A School were the flrsttobe to get In use as many J rew at NAS Olathe during the Y.M; -J"!
advanced under the new program different Items of survival gearas time that the station was winn- <. -. 4. .
whereby students completing the possible, the student steps ing the trophy, emblematic of the
2-week first phase of training are off a tower wearing an unln- most efficient Naval Air Reserve
no longer required to complete flated life vest and a parachute Training Command station or FREE PICK-UP and DELIVERY ANYWHERE on BASE
separate training courses of harness he starts removing the unit.A. NAS LOCATION 6483 ROOSEVELT BLVD. EV 8-3583
tests for advancement Airman. parachute harness as soon as he commendation from the Un- DOWNTOWN LOCATION: 15 JULIA ST. EL 6-4247
This phase of training, whichis hits the water and passes It on dersecretary of the Navy, PaulB.
combined for AE-A and AO-A to a waiting instructor. t then .
Fay, Jr., was forwarded to'
Schools, NATTC Jacksonville'stwo uses a breast stroke to swimto the Commanding Officer of NAS
Class "A" Schools, Is knownas a one-man life raft. He enters Olathe by the Chief of Naval
Airman Familiarization(A IR- the raft, re-enters the Water Operations, the Chief of Naval 8 ANDERBILT TIRES
FAM). For advancement pur- and swims to a four-man Air Training, and the Chief of
poses, completion of this phase raft which has been left upside Naval Air Reserve Training.
previously served only to qual- down. He rights the raft, entersIt
ify the student in Airman per- then capsizes it again as he AUTO CENTERS TO SERVE YOUNOMONEYDOWN
formance factors.* ow, the AIR- leaves. CHURCH of CHRIST .

FAM phase has been expandedto The student then blows air Into 5223 WESCONHETT BLVD.
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cover the Naval Training his life vest and swims on his NEAR NAS-
Courses for Airman and Basic back to the other end of the pool. JUST OFF TIMUQUANA( RD.

Military Requirements. The Meanwhile, other students are In SUNDAYS.
Chief of Naval Personnel has determined the water going through earlier AS LOW AS $117| PER WEEK
10:00 AM. BIBLE/ SCHOOL
the
that new A1RFAM stages of the d/UL
IJ.-OO WORSHIP t
curriculum fulfills the training This drill requires one A.M.
course requirements for advancement Instructor stationed on the plat- 7:00 P.M. EVENING.SERVICEWEDNESDAYS 1st QUALITY NYLON 24 MONTH UNCOHBnHUL QUUKTCESOC (

to Airman. form end at least three, usually : -a 1 for 983' mmUliU SOC 1 1..to in its 4 an.to
Starting with the class which four or more in the water. T-30 P.M. MIDWEEK SERVICE 10 IIU 3U2
convened May 4, successful completion Other parts of the survival CHURCH PHONE s) 1-5075 2 for O66 'IMS tin H.$ 41121JU
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qualifies the Airman Apprenticefor ming a prescribed distance em- 14 U 21U 5511
advancement as soon as he ploying the basic strokes, swim- 4 for 3532115114 tin HIS mimi \
IIU 311222CI
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The Airman Course, Including technique, and use of shirt NHON MACRWAll "DO 3A0ON II*TWILIT"lIS
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nomenclature and safety procedures Senior Instructor for the phase stateside and overseas, call $5-8,3 FREE MOUNTING
Is covered in the daily during the Innovation of the new DYER M. BURR representing .II I TUBERErAlkif r -h
classroom schedule. The Basic curriculum and Is largely GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES -" A
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j PHONE HOME WHEN ECHOING GETS Bluejacket'sInn Acey Ducey
, SP 1-3770 SP 14)250) 1CUGH,114 17UGH CPO Club

: x. WIRE FLOWERS GEtGOIN6. Club
I Thursday, July 9
r'' Weacoiwett l Happy Hour Thursday, July 9 Thursday, July 9

Ff1vrlat Friday, July 10 Open Happy Hour 4:30: 6:30: p.m.

r= Dance to George Hughs Friday, July 10 Friday, July 10
103rd St. S. Wesconnett Blvd
FLOWERSFOR Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings Phil Cay and Chantels 8:30: -
Saturday, July 11 8-12 a.m. 12:30 a.m.

FREE EVERY DELIVERY OCCASION Dance to Charlie Jay Saturday, July Jl 1 Saturday, July 11

JEWELL J. SMITH r6 t Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings Johnny Arnold 8:30: 12:30: a.m.
Sunday, July 1 12 8-1 a.m.

VACATION i SPECIAL! Dance to Capples Combo Sunday, July 12 Sunday, July 12
Game Night 5:30 7:30: p.m.
LIKE HEARD OF The Calllcoats and Carl Boyd Marc Castle 8:30: 11:30: p.m.
I DEALS..D URING OURAVACATION SALE! Monday, July 13 8-12 a.m. Monday, July 13

THAT NEW FORD OR CLEAN USED CAR NOW! Pizza Night Monday, July 13
BUY .. ....YOU WILL BE AMAZED WHEN YOU SEE OUR Pizza 2 for 1 nightTuesday Happy Hour 4:30: 6:30: p.m.

LARGE SELECTION & UNBEATABLE DEALS Tuesday, July 14 July 14 Tuesday, July 14

SEE THE PEOPLE Happy Hour Happy Hour 5-7 p.m. Game Night 7:30: 9:30: p.m.

FORD MOTORAMAGREEN Wednesday, July 15 Wednesday, July 15 Wednesday, July 15

COVE SPRINGS PHONE 264.6511 Dance to the Playboys Game Night 8 p.m. Open


ATTENTIONall Lion's Club Sponsors o Club


Navy Personnel Camp- For Children Thursday, July 9

The Orange Park Lion's ClubIs The Invitation Is extended to all Happy Hour 3:30: 6 p.m.
sponsoring a summer day camp children on the Naval Air Sta Dinner 6-9 p.m. Steak Cook-
for boys and girls, ages six to tion. A bus will pick them up out on Pool Patio

-:...... ... 14, at the Camp Seminole, Doc- at the main gate at 9:15 a.m! Friday, July 10
tor's Lake Drive, Orange Park, and drop them off at the Main
Florida. Gate at approximately 4:30: p.m. Happy Hour 3:30: pm. 6 p.m.
There are three weeks to go, Dinner 6-9:30 p.m.
the week,
daily through Monday
with the camping closing on Bud Clark 8-12 a.m.
.
through Friday.The
3L The camp features activities
July In swimming, archery, tuition is $10 a week. Saturday, July 11
Proceeds toward the Club's
rlflery, ping pong,tumbling,soft- Scholarship go Fund. For Dinner 6-9:30: p.m.
ball and other.sports. All you College Johnny Jelnlck 8:30-12:30: a.m.
further information about the
need Is a swim suit, towel, and Day
your lunch. The camp will provide Camp call Mrs. Peterson, Camp Sunday, July 12
2646657.EDGEWOOD .
milk and Ice cream. Secretary at Buffet 6-9 p.m. Prime Ribs of
Beef, Steamship round.
P&
toff Monday, July 13
A & W DRIVE-IN Happy Hour 3:30: 6 p. m.
: Dinner 6-9 p.m. Seafood Buffeton
866 N. Edgewood Ave. EV 4-3471 Pool Patio.Tuesday.

July: 14
;.. TRYTHEBURGER FAMILY...
4 DIFFERENT SIZES! Happy Hour 3:30: 6 p.m.
Dinner 6-9 p.m. (French)

ASIZE FOR EVERY APPETITE... A PRICE FOR EVERY PURSE Wednesday, July 15
Happy Hour 3:30: 6 p.m.
Travel home on furloughthe BEST EVER! ICECOLD ROOT BEER SERVED IN FROSTED MUG Family Night 6-9 p.m. Fried
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Record 'Stars 3 J


To PerformAt

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EM ClubThe \x


famous recording: stars Ads should he mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde

"The Callicoats" of Spiral Rec- Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
ords, will appear at the Blue Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving
jackets Inn on July 12 startingat too late' for this deadline will be published the
s:15 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. I following week unless the publisher Is Instructed other-
"The Callicoats"became nation- wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad

ally known after their first hit 1 must be received WITH the copy for the ad.

recording, "Have a Happy Day." IWL DO NOT SEND CASH.
The nation's only father and RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . $LOO
daughters singing quintet they Per additional line ((4 words per line) .. 35

Introduced their new hit record

"Have a Happy Day" and "The
Bitter End" on the Ed Sullivan v v SINGER CONSOLE sewing machine 1959 MERCEDES for.Sale. 220S,
zig zags, decorative stitching 4 dr. sedan. Ph. NAS, Ext. 272
show Sunday night November 3rd,
etc. Has balance $48. or or 656. LCDR McClure.
1963. are scheduled for
They return -
reliable party can pay off at
with Sullivansoon.
engagements $8. per mo. Call 353-1946 Will FOR SALE 3 BR, 2 B, pan

Ranging In ages from 20 "The Collicooh"as deliver No obligation den, hdwd firs, w/w carp, A/C,
A-l Machine
through 24, "The Calllcoats" Sewing Exchange patio, loc between NAS & Cecil
of Naomi MoviesMovies 6233 Arthur Durham Dr.
comprising Sally,
being featured In HELP WANTED Retired Chiefto
Sherry and Mary offer the top nightclubs,
Barbecue
theatres, state and county fair, manage operation. 3 BEDROOM HOME Close to
In harmony as they are accom-
Profit Share Plan. Further Information -
panied by their father Ed on the amusement parks, churches, will be shown regularly call 3883583. NAS $50 down, $50 month. Call
guitar. They hall from Akron, concerts, conventions and other at 7 p.m. Monday through Sat- Art. Powell, USN,Retd with Col-

Ohio, where they have six bro- shows. urday; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. FOR SALE Inc. prop, duplex, mery Wilkinson Realtors.

thers. They have just returned froma on Saturday! and Sunday, at the 3-plex, 4-plex, 3 ml NAS. Owner 264-6144 or 3533671.
"The Callicoats"have NATTC Theater and at 7 p.m.
appeared week
ten tour at Installations 7718697.
military -
on the Grouche Marx Show in only on Sunday at the Hospital UNFURN APT. FOR RENT -
Europe. Theyare Theater. The Malnslde Theater Blanding Blvd. Deluxe apt., 3BR,
twice the
Edwards Show
Ralph ,
now on a limited tour of the VACATION 1 BR unit on Bed-
schedule is the with kit equip, 3 ml NAS, $115 mo.
Art Link letter Show, as well East Coast. same, only ford Lake nr Keystone Hghts.
the time for the evening show Owner 7718697.
$35 per wk. Limit 3 persons.EV .
changing, from 7 to 7:30: p.m. 4-3979 Mon.-FrL after 5.
DR. B.W. ROBERTSOPTOMETRIST These times are subject to WANTED Reliable person to
change. deliver 1955 Ford 4 dr. sedanto
FURN APT. 555-557 Oak St. Washington, D. C. about Aug-
3 sep rms, clean no bugs, $50 ust L Car In tip-top condition.
Thursday, July 9 plus utll. EV 89886. Call EV 4.1474.secretaries .

ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR THE Malnslde .- Exodus Paul Newman -
PRACTICE OF OPTOMETRY IN THEROOSEVELT Eva Marie Saint

NATTC Donovan's Reef John
AFB Named
Eglin Tops'In
MALL Wayne, Lee Marvin
Hospital The Swlngln Maiden -
4461 ROOSEVELT BLVD. PHONE 387-2345 Michael Craig, Anne Helm Conservation ProgramWashington


EYE EXAMINATION GLASSES CONTACT LENSES
Friday, July 10

MainsideHorror of Party Beach (AFPS) Assistant Secretary of Defense (Manpower)
John Scott. Alice Lyon Norman S. Paul has presented the second annual Secretary of De-
NATTC Exocus -Paul Newman fense Conservation Award Trophy to MaJ. Gen. James E. Roberts,
Eva Marie Saint commanding general of Air Proving Ground Center Eglin AFB Fla.
USEI:) Donovan's Reef -John -
Hospital Eglin AFB was selected winnerof
DUVAL MOTORSNEIGHBOR Wayne, Lee Marvin the award In competition with
more than 120 other Defense installations of the military departments -
1963. of results of the 1963
during
MOOD Saturday, July 11 Plaques, as special recognitionfor competition, Secretary of Defense -
: Mainside achievements Robert S. McNamara said,
55 Days at Peking outstanding by
Ava Gardner Charlton Heston Installations, will be presented to "The Improvement In the qualityand
USED CAfi CENTER NATTC Horror of Party Beach Barksdale AFB, La. and Ft.Ben- scope of the award nomina-
John Scott, Alice Lyon ning, Ga. tions demonstrates that DOD personnel -

4538 1 SAN JUAN AVE. Hospital man, Eva- Exodus Marie Saint- Paul New Jn the memorandumnotHylng ported. at'the all natural echelons resources have sup-

conservation policies and pro-
RIGHT OFF ROOSEVELT BtVD, Tuesday, July 14 grams.

Sunday, July 12 Malnslde Curse of the Living "Please convey my congratu-
lations all Defense memberswho
Corpse Helen Warren to
MainsideDlamondheadCharl- Ray
have contributed their time
ton Heston, Yvette Mimieux Shelde
61 VOLKSWAGEN ....51095 62 RAMBLER . . $1295 NATTC 55 Days at Peking NATTC- Mail Order Bride-Bud- and effort to the significant pro-
Sedan. Convertible, Auto trans, radio, Charlton Heston, Ava Gardner dy Ebson Kelr Dullen gress In our Important" natural

56 DODGE WAG ON . $595 heater. Hospital Horror of Party Beach Hospital DiamondheadCharl- resources program.
57 MERCEDES BENZ $995 61 FALCON WAGON. $795 John Scott, Alice Lyon ton Heston, Yvette Mimluex The Secretary of Defense Con-
servation Award was establishedIn
Radio, Heater Straight stick, radio, heater. Wednesday, July 15 1962 to stimulate Improvementof

62 FORD 4.DOOR. . $1495 62 INTERNATIONAL $995 Monday, July 13 Malnslde Flight From Ashlya- fish, wildlife,and conservation

Auto trans, radio, heater. "Scout" pick-up. Mainside Mall Order Bride Yul Brynner,Richard WIdmark activities on the 27 million acres

63 FALCON . . $1495 61 PONTIAC TEMPEST. $895 Buddy Ebson, Kelr Dullen NATTC Curse of the Living of land In the United States con-

Radio, Heater 4-door sedan, radio, heater. NATTC Dlamondhead Charlton Corpse Helen Warren, Ray trolled by the Department of

63 CHEVY IMPALA .52095 CHEVROLET4-DOOR.SI695 Heston Yvette Mimleux Shields Defense.
62 Hospital 55 Days at Peking Hospital Mail Order Bride -
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i ed by the Travelers, a teenage Cldh ,86'
t FtA91 dance band from Forrest High. NW ; NA'IC Weight Center

, Admission is 50$ per person for
Branch and Unit 91 Fleet Reserve the chaperoned dance. Refreshments Holds Farewell General HealthBy
Association, as part of are also available. Improves

their youth activities program is Members of FRA: 91 are urgedto At ClubLast D.W. Warren, J02
Party
sponsoring a dance every Sun- plan ahead now for the Installation -
day for teenage dependents of of new officers in din- The Naval Air Technical Training Center here has extracted Its
members and their guests. The ner/dance festivities be held Monday members of Na- "pound of flesh" with over 21/2 tons to spare since January 1963 to
to
dance is held at the FRA Clubhouse in the Roosevelt Hotel Ballroomon vy Wives Club, Jax #86 held a do its part In the Navy's of the Bulge".
8554 Roosevelt Blvd. from 25. Tickets farewell luncheon at their club- NATTC Jacksonville's weight
July are now available -
2 until'5 p.m. Music is furnish- at the clubhouse. house aboard the Naval Air Sta, clinic, under the supervision of
tion. Honored guests were Lt. J. W. Brough, MC, USN,
members who are leaving the Turnbo GetsPromotion
Sr. Medical Officer has Improved -
TASTE TEMPTING BARBEOUE TREATSIN
area with their husbands, for the health, physical
general
PLEASANT "NEW LOOK" SURROUNDINGS duty elsewhere. Mrs. Joseph condition and appearance of 386

Skapyak, Mrs. Carl Freel and Navymen and Marines who have

\-4...) Mrs, John Nank were presented For Graduation participated in the program and
gifts by Mrs. Wilbert Wagner,
Pier lost a total of oven 5,000 pounds.
: J; .*<3H.?: representing the club members. Jimmie L. Turnbo, A03, the Most overweight personnel are
Chairman of this affair was Mrs. first Naval Air Technical Train- initially detected when they check
01= AMERICA Thomas J, Bennett assisted by ing Center student to be advancedto into the Medical department upon

Mrs. Harvey Brennan. Petty Officer Third Class reporting aboard. The individualis
The navy wives held a business under the provisions of BuPers examined by the Medical Officer -

meeting last Wednesday eveningat Instruction 1440.3E, was pro- to determine if the obes-
the clubhouse on EnterpriseAve. moted 22. He advanced under-
May was ity is secondary to an
., with Mrs. W. wagner pre- upon graduation (from AC-A lying abnormality. If none is
siding. The membership voted to School.As found, the obese individual receives -
suspend all luncheon socials until set forth In BuPers Instruction proper dietary Instruc-
edwrlh
tmo Fall Mrs. Conly Ownby was 144.3E, a Class A" School tions, appropriate exercises
appointed as Chairman 'or the graduate who agrees to extendor within the individual's capabilities -
IDN' l'A PE hundred dollar raffle. This is a re-enlist to complete a total and they return for week-
JUST NORTH OF NASlAAlN GATE club project and all membersare of six years or more may be ly follow-up. Once an Individual
6479 ROOSEVELT BLVD. PHONE EV 8-0221 allied< to give It their sup- advanced to Petty Officer Third demonstrates that he is capableof
port. Proceeds will be used to Class upon completion of his losing one pound a week, he
help the Navy Wives Scholar- basic he
requirements provided reports monthly.On .
1 ship Fund.At graduated high enough In his the other hand, the man
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLEAND this meeting new the chairmenwere class. To be advanced to A03 who does not make acceptable

THE BEACHES named to fill transfers.vacan- upon completion of AO-A School, progress may be called uponto
cies created by For
Turnbo was required to finishIn
luncheons: Mrs. Evelyn Lutz; the upper 25'% of his class. report on Saturday instruction morningsfor and
extra dietary
she will be assisted by Mrs.
Some of the critical
IRmIDI more rates appropriate exercise.
Louann Yeger and Mrs. Cathy only require a top 5070 standing, Of the 386 physical men who have gone
Wayne. Mrs. Gregg Lucas will
while others are restricted to
be co-chairman of the Snack through the program, 298 were
I the top 10ft, Navymen .and 88 were Marines.
and Mrs. Shaffer will
Bar Ruby .._._-- -
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Day and Mrs. Stanley CottrllL rd'A,
Mrs. Charles Lemming was wel- >

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A All navy wives are asked to
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the Naval Air Station.This cloth-
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Safety Records

Letters of Appreciation Given VAP-62 Honors (Continued (rom Page ,1)) Commend Medals

dent-free safety record thatgoesback
For NATTC .Drive Success Best SailorsKenneth to January 1962. In the 21/2 (Continued from Page 1))

year period, the "Mad Foxes" ant Naval Aviation Procurement
C. Davis was namedas have accumulated 21,800 flight Officer at NARTU Jaxwas trans-
[ performance of the Naval Air Technical Heavy PhotoronSIXTYTWO'S"Plane hours without accident.
Training Center In an derred in February to the Naval
Navy Relief Drive has won Letters of appreciation( signed Captain of the Month"for This Impressive record of safe Post Graduate School at Mont-
G, Strum NATTC June, 1964,by squadron Com-
I' C. Commanding Officer for 8 officers flying has been maintained while erey, Calif. He received his Air
enlisted men who served as Keymen for the drive. manding Officer, CDR J. D.Stuf- operating from air stations in Medal in a ceremony at the school

addition, Cdr. R. Linwlck, Jr., NATTC's Administrative Of- flebeem. Europe, Africa, Asia, the Mediterranean last month.
received a Letter of Appreciation( for Davis was selected on the basis -
his efforts as admin- North' Atlantic, and Captain S. L. Lanier Com-
of his
of the drive. outstanding ability in
Caribbean islands. This recordalso !
manding Officer presented the
aircraft in
maintaining assigned
In the drive just completed, NARTU Gives a high degree of r adiness.The places VP-5 first among medals. "
Fleet Air Wing Eleven squad-
[TTC Jacksonville was the first commendation presentedto
rons in safety performance.Lt. .
[jor command in the Jackson- Davis read in part "your
lie area to achieve 100t/< par- Scouts Sign proficiency In line functions,your t One of the blessings of prayeris
ipation. NATTC's totalcontrl- initiative, and attention to duty that iti brings; to,us resources
ion exceeded by over $2000t Following the personnel Inspection have all contributed to the suc- ftom'the'other'world. to enable usto1
year's contribution.dr. and presentation of decorations cess of this squadron's assigned 4 coPe with the problems and
: Linwick's letter noted that on Thursday, July 2'at mission." temptations and difficulties of
ily through your fine effort and NARTU Jax, a Gateway sign for this one. -- William T.McElroy
sdershlp could we have reached the North Florida Council of Boy Ronald E. Hardern, of Heavy i, Christian Observer, 5-6-64.
i many people and achieved such Scouts was presented by Cap- Photoron SIXTY-TWO, was t a
de participation and success." tain S. L. Lanier, NARTU Com- named "Sailor of the Month"for All girls are minors until they
The Letter of Appreciation manding Officer. June, 1964,by squadron Com are about 18-then some of them

esented the keymen rend= : The sign was accepted (for the manding Officer, CDR J. D. Stuf- are gold diggers.
"The Naval Air Technical scouts by Grant Wallin, Field flebeem.
[ainlng Center has enjoyed the Director of the North Florida Harden, an Aviation Ordnance-
est in in Council. The 4 X 12 man Second Class noted for
response many years sign will was Mulhall and Lt (jg) Langan are
annual request for contri- be used by the scouts over their outstanding technical knowledgeof
congratulated Lcdrs Kasteleinand
tions to Navy Relief. By your Gateway at the National Jamboree his rate and the squadron's"Skywarrior" by
ncerted effort along with the to be held this summer at Valley aircraft. Benner after they had landed

per keymen, we have exceedby Forge, Pa.Donating. The commendation presentedto VP-5's last flight for FY 1964.
over 2000.00 last year's work on the sign were Hardern read in part, "your The Mad Foxes safety record II
}ntributlon, and have been com- men of NARTU Jax, NAS Jax, and outstanding work on the photo now extends 2 1/2 years back to
nded by the Commander Fleet NA TTC. The construction and flash system of the RA13B has January 1962.
r Jacksonville, RADM Gold- coordination of( me Navy effort been an Integral part in the suc-
waite, for the outstanding were handled by NARTU volunteers cess of the squadron's night photo
hievement In exceeding our NAS Public Works work- missions." I
Toal" at an early date in the ers added the base paint coat.. I
mpaign. ...1t I I
"Only through your fine effortd i. I I
cooperation could we have UODE cEDAR HILL

ached so many people and ach- r-'i Your
ved such wide participation. I JLTTh :J# \ Neighborhood
ish to take this opportunity to USED

xpress my personal apprec- cars are insured L CAR
atlon (for your enthusiasm.: and ,- with us than with DEALERSpecializing
lard work in making this cam- T' p .
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ommand and providing for the ) E. MARK UTSEY BLACKWELL
elfare of( your shipmates In !\ 1948 BlondingBlvd 63 FORD.$1795
rue Navy tradition. Well done." : 389-0338
Super Sport Coupe, Bucket seats,
Those ,
the Letters \
receiving
I A t V-8, Auto/trans., Power Steer-
ff Appreciation included Lt. A.
Landry. II, DC, Lt. J. P. }tl H"I STATE FARM '--I ing, R&H
Mutuil Automoblli'tnturinci BELAIR.. .. .... $1495
[orris, Lt (jg) D. R. Martin, 5 Company .
U. W, J. Whitcomb, Lt. J. W.elsh. .t TROOP t. Horn Ofticti Bloomington,Illinois Auto/trans., R&H, V-8, Black
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Cayk N. Herardm AE1, Robert Gateway Sign for the Jamboree 61IMPALA.$1495

Werba, AECS, Philip E. Jul- bound scouts is Captain S. L.Ian- Sport Coupe, V-8, Auto. trans.
an, AE1. Harold
W. Gallup ier, NARTU CO, while Bernard R&H. Extra Extra. Extra Clean
ftCA. Franklin Guenther. AECS, YOU CAN'TLOSE
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L. Kolpacki, AEC, Harold
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William R. Van-
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rv, AEC, John E, Carter, AEC, the North Florida Council of Boy '
57 OLDS 88 ....$695
\gostine J. DeGennaro.AEC, Jos- Scouts look on. Navy Photo !!
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The results of the Intramural

Softball games played Monday, New EntriesThe
June 29 and Wednesday, July 1 Jax Navy Little League

are as follows. Jax Navy Judo Club has
American been one of the leading judo
VP-15 3 VU-10 1 Presents Winner AwardsThe reams in the state of Floridafor
FICEUR 11 1
Weapons the past two years. Now due
Comm 20 VAP-62 12 Navy Jax Little League has Saturday, July 4, was the last to transfers and inactivity caused
VP-5 15 VP-16 13 three division Minor Major, day of regular season. Awards by spring fever, the judo club
FICEUR 9 Admin 0 which are for boys, ages 9-12 were made to teams winning In needs students.
Comm 9 VU-10 3 and the Senior division for boys their divisions. The Judo club is located top- t

) -, VP-18 .", ." 4 Weapons 3 ages, 1315. The Minor League winners side in building 726 and is freeto
I were the "Chefs" sponsored by all military personnel and
W. J. Patti of Patti's Italian- dependants. Students and per-
American Restaurant In Roose- manent personnel are invited up .
velt Mall. L. Josey was the suc- to the club Monday and Wednes- ja.k'
cessful manager as each mem- day night at 6:30: p.m. to 8:30: Ns
ber of the team received a trophy Y
p.m. It is understood that some
.
people won't be able to be there
The "King-Size Cokes" won In both nights every week but the
the Major League. They are spon-
more you come the more
sored by the Coke Cola Bottling learn. you.
HISWEEK'SSPECIALRUBBER Co. They won with a 20-1 rec- New judo students check in and
ord. Mann of the Coke
"Spanky" start off with warm up exercisesand
FLOOR MATS....'. Co., accepted the trophy. The falling practice. They should
team was managed by George bring sweat clothes or dungarees.As .
COMPLETE LINE OF AUTOMOTIVE PARTS ANDACCESSORIE Chltty. He and members of the soon as the students learnto
INCLUDING FOREIGN MAKES team each received winners' tro fall properly they can then OVER HE GOES..Clyde Harp, A.

.WEEkDAYS 7:30 AM 8:30 PM .SUNDAY 9:00: AM 5:00 PM phy.In draw a judo suit from Special sistant Instructor at the Jax Navy
the Senior Division VP- Service. After that they are on judo Club demonstrates a throw
COMPLETE MACHINESHOP SERVICE 30 won the honors, CommanderB. the way. When a student learnsa with Mike Driscoll to the studentsof
',1 I 380-8031 a 387.7O31 264-9913 a 264.9SM B. Smith, Commanding Officer LITTLE judo he will be put the club.'Navy Photo by Harold
6417 ROOSEVELT BLVD WOODY MC.CUILFRS 1700 HIGHWAY 17 of the squadron acceptedthe In club matches to match his Benson, SNI<
JACKSONVILLE 10 FLA USN. RET. ORANGE PARK. FLA sponsor's trophy. The team skill with other students. .
was managed by Jerry Phillips of The club competes with other
FICEUR. Phillips and team mem- clubs In this area In city tournaments '
bers each received trophies. and with clubs throughoutthe
Presentation was made by Lt. state tournaments. The club
A. J. Smith,ComFalrJax, League to tournaments approxi-
MISSILE AGE DEAL! President.The goes mately once a month. Expensesfor

league (Is now preparingfor tournaments and travel Is
a local tournament in both paid by Special Services.
\ NEW CARS Major and Senior Division. Win- This Is an open Invitation to
I ners of which will commence the all military personnel and dependants -
Lowest Prices long road to the Little League Navy Marine, Waves
Highest Trade-in AllowanceS World Series.These tournaments Air Force and any others on r
Easy Terms-The Nicest Treatment will be held at NAS on July 22. base. Interested personnel come

dHI In Town The Senior Division tour- up to the club. Spectators Invited

11dt I nament will commence at 10 a.m. anytime.The DR. BROUGH IS WINNERWin.ner .
,J I on the 22nd with the Navy team of the Golf tournament held
/II. I IJ
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going against Cedar Hills at Ma- 24 Naval
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Wed. Thurs. and The
,
Friday.
i1 On Every Car Sold at the Blue Angels ball park.at MC USN. The tournament was a
hL finals will be held Saturday' at
d 1 and 3 p.m. so-called ''Flag Tourney" in which
10
J.JJ SHOP IN THE SHADOW OF THE 50-FOOT MISSILE In a.m.the Major League, Grange These Vv'ZOK.games will be carriedby each player was given a' allowance

Park will face Arlington at 7 consisting of handicap
@r GORDON THOMPSON p.m. at the Blue Angels ball plus par for the 18-hole NAS Jacksonville .

park.IIEMIN.N. "What do you think should be course. The individualwho
:made our national flower?" progressed farthest aroundthe
"Jacksonville's i=nrffi5w.. Center" "Elementary, my dear boy u course with his stroke allow.
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Softball :T'1T' Suns'. Manager Will Speak. ,

At Chief's Club '

StandingsAmerican
Harry, "11Je Hat" Walker, refreshments for the cost of
t f t manager of the International 41. All CPOs and: their guestsare
e League leading JacksonvilleSuns Invited.

F1CEUR 21-0 will be the guest speakerat
16-3 a VIP luncheon at the NAS
yp-30 ONLY 5100 DOWN
Admin ., 15-5 Chiefs Club, on Wednesday, July
I 11-8 15. HOMES NEAR NAS & CECIL FIELD -
VP-45 ::
VP-18 .j\tf 11-8 Ja The well-known manager and 3 & 4 BEDROOMS
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Comm -'ft:: :.. 10-10 ,i .t .ex-major league player and 1 & 2 LATHS
coach will be
"t ';' accompanied by two
VAP-62 } 7-11
Army .. 7-11 !' ) V of his most promising players, $50 Per Mo.& Up I
t: Paul Toth and Dave Dowling,
7-13
Weapons 6-13 }?; /1LL addition to the Suns, recentlywon SEE OUR SALESMAN WITH
VP-5
5-13 .. "-u.e-'w .c ". !j his first start in TripleAball 19 YEARS NAVY SERVICE
VP-16 '
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c&R NARTU 17-4 16-5 IM Softball PlayoffsThe

ComFalrJax 1111AC Intramural Softball play- There" will be three games
Malnt. 9-13 offs will begin Monday, July 13, played on Monday and three SAVE $25 to $30
VA.35 6-9 and will be played on Enterprisefield. games played on Tuesday. On
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Marines 7-14 35 in the first game Monday ners bracket and one game In
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Photo Lab 1-20 VA-35 to a. game Wednesday.

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HAS Pistol New Fishing \. .

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Range Opens Waters OpenedBy )1



For BusinessIn BlandingFlorida

fresh water fishermenwere UNDERNEW
October, of 1963, the station able to wet a line In 1,650
pistol and small bore rifle ran- acres of virgin fishing watersas
ges were closed to all firing.The the Camp Blanding Fish
pistol range Is now temporarilyopen. Management Area opened for
public fishing for the first timeIn
The closing action was taken over twenty years. LocatedIn
because of the hazard to person- the Camp Blanding Military
nel on the golf course from wild Reservation the area is being
).. shots or bullets ricocheting opened through the cooperationof ANAGEMEN'II
-, I over the range butts. A project the State Armory Board the
I has to be submitted to BUWEPSfor Clay County Commission and the P
approval funding for bullet Game and Fresh water Fish
on both Commission.The .
baffling systems ranges. -
This project Is still pending. In Camp Blanding Fish Man-
the Interim, a temporary struc- agement Area is located approx- -
ture has been constructed on the imately 15 miles south of Starke A
pistol range and Is now considered and two and one half miles northof
acceptable for use.. The small F Keystone Heights off State Road
bore rifle range remains closed 2L The area is approximately
and continued use of Camp Bland- forty-three miles south of Jack-
trig, Florida facilities Is neces- sonville.
sary for all rifle firing. -- AGONS-.-.--.
Activities desiring the use of J 63 VOLKSWAGON BUV. .7. . . . $1995
the station's pistol range should HOLE IN ONECONTEST 3 seater, R&H, Tutone paint. Low Milage
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EVERY
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BEAUTY AND THE REACH: "- light blue
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