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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: July 16, 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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VOL. 22 NO., 20 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JULY 16, 1964 :' j
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Reserves ,\

': ; ,$ On Active i!

_S Ii_ 4 Patrol Squadron Five ('I\
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s"t'c ed Reserve Patrol
j from NAS, Atlanta,
'
'oJ NAS Jacksonville for their
nual two-week training
Monday July 6.Commander .
Jack A.
Commanding Officer of -
\ Cdr J.T, Kosnlk,
\
ficer, were on hand to greet

t John Officer Jamgochlan of VP-671, as he

] { -iut \ the flight first 1Ie.VP671. aircraft to the

,."\"./ flying the SP-2E

Men of' Flee! Air Wing Eleven stand loll for inspection by Captains sion of the "Neptune" patrol
craft, maintained four
Cason and Pressler. (Official Navy Photo)
crews and conducted

Captain Cason Assumes training assistance missions being lended with by
and Tactical Coordinators
VP-5. For each reserve
Fleet Air CommandFleet VP-5 assigned one of Its
Wing ASW flight crews as a "bu'
crew to demonstrate the ,
Air Eleven received Officer In anti-submarine warfare
Wing a new Commanding Friday
July 10, when Captain Arthur C. Cason relieved Captain Louis P. niques and operation of
Pressler. modern ASW' .electronic.. ,. .
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Captain Cason reported to Fleet Air Wing Eleven Is ment.
f
In their short leave of
composed of five Patrol Squad
Jacksonville from duty as Com '
Patrol Squadron Five, Patrol sence from civilian life,
manding Officer of the USS rons
GREENWICH BAY (AVP-41)). He Squadron Seven, Patrol VP-671 crews made the
Sixteen Patrol their active duty training
served in the Jacksonville area Squadron
previously as Executive Officer Squadron Eighteen and Patrol working through the
and Commanding Officer of Patrol Squadron Forty-Five.' I The and flying their aircraft to
Squadron Five,' one of the Wing was commissioned in 1942to muda on operational 5)i i
Fleet Air Wing Eleven ..squad provide antisubmarine protec- missions.The .
rons. His other tours of duty tion to shipping convoys in the squadron will depart
have been many and varied, Including Southwest Atlantic and Caribbean day July 17, for Atlanta to
ship, aircraft squad- Oceans at the height of the Ger- ume work In their civilian ;j
rons, and duty in the Office of man U-Boat Campaign.Since that
the Chief of Naval Operations.This time the Squadrons of Fleet Air
Is not Captain Cason'sfirst Wind Eleven have served untiringly -
duty with an ASW group.In In peacetime, conflict
addition to having served as and crisis. The mission of the
Commanding Officer of a ASW Wing has expanded from that of L k k'b
squadron, he has served as Dep- Antisubmarine Warfare to include -
uty Director of the ASW Divi- shipping surveillance,
sion of the Operational Test and aerial mining and search and
Evaluation Forces, and as headof rescue. ii t
the AIR ASW Programs In the (Continued on Page 11)VMA144 ) :

Office erations.of the Chief of Naval- Op- Goes _

( ) ( )

On Active Duty

VMA-144 of the Marine Air VP-5's Commanding
Reserve Training Command Commander I I. A. Pate,
leaves here Sunday morning for Cdr. I I. Jamgochian,
Tff'0; weeks annual-active'duty for ing Officer -of' VP.67f, "
training at the Marine Corps Air visiting VP-5 for their two ,
C Station, Cherry Point, N.C.PllCir ; <<
from NA;
.4 leu L oy Lieutenant Colo 01 Official active Navy duty PhotoDefence ____
nel Dean H. Medaris, SquadronCO
will fly their A4B "Sky-
hawk" jet attack bombers to the
training site. Enlisted membersof Dept.Cost
the unit will be airlifted to the
North Carolina base by transport
rI aircraft from the 2nd Marine Air-

L craft Lieutenant Wing. Colonel Lloyd B. Exceeds Goal

Dochterman, MARTD CO, his Washington ( )-
I RCLIEVC YOU, SIR. Captain Executive Officer, Major Marvin of Defense Robert S.
Arthur C. Cason left assumes Day and Major Edward Graham, has reported to President
command of Fleet Air Wing MARTD Operations Officer, a- son that the Defense
Eleven from Captain Louis P. long with 17 enlisted Marines ment's Cost Reduction
,Pressler in ceremonies held luSt from the Detachment will accom- for Fiscal Year 1964
Friday, ''uly 10. .(Continued on Page 5)) (Continued on Page ) "
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,f" ,' J.A. Abucewlci
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; is UP Communion 8:00 a. m. Service of Holy "0 my God, I will never complain." You will get to heaven by

this one resolution--"Never to Complain." We are always
of Divine keeping
Service
-z-- 1'0 W@WJOOO Worship 9:30 a. m. rebelling or inclined to rebel. Oh, how few are the exceptions to


f F 1'0 GIST Ir 9:30 a. m. SUnday\ School forages this sweeping accusation. We are, all of us, Inclinedto
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rebel and
most of do
us
> u' ,. : OFf Service of Divine rebel,
11HE 11:00 a. m.
." < IRD Offers and are perpetually rebelling. We

..,1...:.. ',/<. 1. '?,',*''r't'; nN1f6'{ Worship forget the little compact that God
: Youth Fellowship
.. 7/7/ ..".. -: I 11"" 6:30 p. m. For Lump ,enters into with all of us. It
Tips
WEDNESDAY
is this he to each
says of
: one
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J"t. j J. Junior Choir Re-
4:30
: ; : ,.'. ,; p. m. us. "My child, walk on submis-
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itH Sum PaymentIs sively in the stormy path 1 have
t' : Senior Choir Re-
; 7:30: p. m.
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marked out for
; < ; ; you during your
,: ;: hearsal Communion your Civil Service Desig- few years of trial here, and In
,
12:00: p. m. Holy
: nation of Beneficiary form up reward to your obedience to My
Also on all Holy Days
OI.YMPIC$ Catholic Service at St. to date? Have you had any changeIn will I will bestow on you an

Edward's Chapel, NATTC and your family status that would eternity of happiness/; com-
make it advisable for you to sub- pact really exists; It has been

.. Naval Hospital mit a new form? made with every one of us. How
SUNDAY MASS ,
451E5 A Designation Beneficiary Is beautifully St. Paul allides to It.
6:30 a. m. U. S. Naval Hospital
for lump-sum death benefit pur- "For I reckon," he says, "That
.. .. J. 6 9:00'a.: m. & 11:00: a. m. St.
> Edward's Chapel poses only. Itdoes, not affect the the sufferings of the present time
of who qualifiesto not to be
DAILY MASS right any person are worthy comparedwith
Editorial receive survivor benefits. It the glory to come that will
11:30 a. m. St. Edward's Chapel
MONDAY & TUESDAY Is only applicable in case an em be revealed in us" (Rom 8,18))
has less than five ((5)) To survive must
ployee you struggle.
Gold Medals 4:15 p. m. King Hall, NATTC
Olympic FRIDAY years of civilian service or

leaves no widow (or widower)
12:05: p. m.U. S. Naval Hospital Seat Belts
or children entitled to survivor

Hinge on Financial Aid 9:00: a. m.SATURDAY St. Edward's'ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY annuity. Its purpose In such casesIs
to Indicate the person, or per- Keep Driver

sons, that the employee wishes to
7 Armed Forces familiar with this 7:00: p. m. 8:00: p. m. and
Members of the are two-way receive the monies that have been

street: "An army Is only as good as Its leaders, and the leaders before Masses deducted from his salary for retirement Behind WheelEveryone
Catechism Classes: Grade School
only as good as their support.
purposes. is safer when the
SATURDAY
That is applicable to the United States Olympic team,
adage The Division Industrial -
10:00 a. m.'All Saints' Activities Employment driver Is kept behind the wheeLIn
the American banner world focal this
which will carry to a point Relations
Department, case of sud-
a side-swipe or
falL And as the eyes of the world turn to the International ath- building 722NURSERY will be assist
to em-
glad any den swerve, a seat belt will keep
letic competition In Tokyo, it remains for the United States to put
wish make
The Naval Air Station ployee who may to a the driver from being thrown
Its best foot forward. To be successful, the team must have top Nursery
located In Building 560 on Child change In his beneficiary, or fur- from behind the wheel. Thus he
leaders and athletes and solid support.
Street, opens at 8:15 a. m. on nish any information or adviceIn may stay In control of the car
First of all, our amateur athletes can excel in the 1964 Olympic
connection therewith. Em-
Games only if they are there. To develop train, equip, house, Sunday morning. Parents attend- and can prevent a serious ac
ployees of the Overhaul and Repair -
feed and transport them will require more than $2 million. The ing Sunday Masses or Protestant cident.
services leave Department should see Mrs. When a car crashes, the motorist -
Olympic team needs, therefore, the financial support of the coun- may young
try. The U.S. Government does not subsidize the team. Personal children In the nursery"without Boatwright, Industrial Relations without a seat belt flies for-
Office, Overhaul and Repair De
charge. ward at unreduced speed-for a
contributions are solicited by the U.S. Olympic Committee.The .
athletes -' many of whom will also be representing the Armed partment. All other employees split second still uninjured un
should see Mrs. Brooks, Room
Forces will, of course, give it everything they have to bring backas til he hits something solid. Thisis
126, Industrial Relations Depart-
the that kills and
impact
many gold medals as they can. But as the athletes themselves
ment, Building 907, or call extension maims. It is the violence of the
admit the have the better
more support they they are apt to perform Traffic
483.New. reduction in speed, not the speed

As one Olympic official put it, "We can send no better team to itself which kills. Thus, even low

represent the United States at the Olympics than the American peo- ViolationsThe Rating speed collisions can produce high
ple will support." deceleration rates. Seat belts

Contributions, the Olympic Committee points out, will be appre- help prevent Injury by letting you

ciated in any amount. Small donations are just as important as AvailableFor slow down and live.

large ones. Any American athlete presented a gold medal will following Is a report of How many seat belts are need-

know he shares the honor with the guy back home who parted witha motor vehicle accidents and Sailors ed In a car? A separate seat belt

buck or two.Contributions. traffic violations for the period should be provided for each pas-
Jyly\ 5 through July 11. This Includes the driver
can be made through local commands or mailed senger.
to the U.S. Committee for the 1964 Olympic Games, Olympic House, Washington (AFPS) A new ser- and all passengers in the back

57 Park Ave., New York N.Y. 10016 (AFPS) Number of AccidentsThis vice rating for the Navy has been seat as well as the front. A seatbelt

-- approved by the Secretary of the Is especially Important for a

'" week July 5 through July Navy. youngster, since he, can be thrown

Ti.fr- ". *f 11. . 5 The new rating, communica- forward so easily by sudden

@iI' ; Total Accidents this yeat through tions yeoman (CYN), Is effective stops.

t July 11 132 for pay grade E-4 only. Dutiesof Seat belts are Important items

ifj ..1 1 Number of Accidents through July the new rating will be primarily of personal protection equipment

'<.: .. ) ., :/ 1963 162 clerical In nature with limited Seat belts help decrease the severity -
: .
.. y, tiUf Total number of days since last work in the operation and of accidental Injury or pre
: control of radiotelephone and radio when accidents occur.
"" t Injury in vehicle accident 2 vent Injury
,Jt ; .;r teletype equipment. But seat belts are no subtltutc

> lJ fit ViolationsThis for careful driving.
of
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wIt.:1 1-f.' Speeding 17
; 'p; .. 'T t" : <; APrkless!: Driving 3
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..,J-: ". ', .' .f j". .: .' I,;;. Going Through Stop Sign i
....., ., t ...t. ," '" Other violations .' 48
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NEWS
Is
a Civilian
I + 'J Thirty-one drivers appeared Enterprise Newspape'r
," Jistributed
J t 1" each Thursday al the us Naval .fir Station.
: before the Traffic HearLn Board -
: If ff. I ,l 11 j J: !",.. Jacksonville' F1< rldat by the Holt a
'," .i ..' ''<. ,)(,'.J" Disposition at the meeting of the held cases on July Include 13. private NEWS firm. -11! Copy submitted f for Polishing use in theJAXAlR Company

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE, civilians employed by the the following: four lost drivingand Box 2,must NAS be forwarded to the Service Information Office,

Naval Air Technical Training Center, Jacksonville, shared in out parking privileges aboard publication. News Jacksonville, by 12:0: noon on Monday before

standing performance awards (for fiscal year 1964. The cash awards the station for various periods; Telephone EV items are welcomed from all Sources"

were presented by Copt. C. G. Strum, NATTC Commanding Of. four were: assigned to complete Advertisements 9-T11, Ext. 8162,

ficer, June 26. Those receiving the award were, 1 1. to r. front row' an ei't. hour course In remedial! concerning! such should are solicited! b>' thc publisher and queries
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Mrs. Alice P, Studstill Mrs. Florence Adners and Mrs. Laura Harrison > Driving instructions; six were Company, 4724 Clyde be directed to the Holt Publishing

second row) Capt. Strum, Mrs. Bobbie Parham Miss lona given i "suspended yeeralticsthir-: Telephone ooC4C-7 or W-G271.Drlve Jacksonville 8, Florida-
ctven waTlrcJ, two
Nelson back rows) Mr. W.. M. Ross, Mrs. Doris Lundblom, Mr. W.I. tee n vere
were dismissed; :and three wen
Rambo and Mr. H. C. Bickner. Mrs. McCall
I. Margaret was not officersfor -
referred to commanding VOL. 22 NO. 20.
present for the photo. Official Navy Photo'' possible disciplinary: action. JULY 16, 1964

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World Fair ;
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Whetherour trip to the \ew York World's Fair Is a foregone {
conclusion or still in the wish-and-dream stage, von may benefit INDUSTRIAL ANEAV
kpq
11 by knowing the attractions and the lavcJt of the Fair's five major w I

areas which main avenues go where and what transportation is r/- lU ._ !

feu ...41. available at the fairgrounds. 1111 :: A\\ \((( ,I
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REV: i'HIL MrGLAUGHLLN Adjacent to the chartered bus terminal is the Transportation flu \1/ 1 ,
with Its main thoroughfare the Avenue of Transportation, arching NTERNATIONAL AREA \
Lookingor nldas. T ,
an
1ANEA I
toned cotpel'preaihlns downward across it. In this 6 -acre section are some high-powered D Q D
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church the kind (Grant* crowd-Dulle
rs. r I
dad talked about Due
Preached IIhur the*'faight(fiible fromthe is Ford's Magic Skyway) auto trip clustered along the ,Avenue you Q OJJLANEN
shoulder andlnes, and General Motors' Futuramaride can see such varied sights as FEDERAL STATESAREAD
ate here transformed you can sense One offer excursions into time as polar bears (Alaska) and a por-
the you er oGod andexperience well as space. Those who like poise pool (Florida).., a movie !
warm (.bp-ii.
Han Jellou ship* Then audience participation shows can setCaliforma( ) and a cool million NAN Nw4Y .. I i
come totYUKON test their driving skills inSocony dollars in gold nuggets GRAND \

4552 BAPTIST 120th CHURCH Mobil's driving game: partici- (Montana). New York City's pavilion 0A
STREET
(Across From JOlt NAS In Yukon pants ride In the pavilion's sim- smack In the middle of
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 AM. ulated driver's seats and operate the Avenue of the States, devotes QTRANSF'ORIATION
MORNING SERVICE 11.00 AM. steering wheel, accelerator and half Its footage to a remarkable AREA <
EVENING &RVICFCEDAR brake to show how they would scale model of the city
have handled actual driving sit- -- Including all of New York's
uations seen in a film of the 840,000 structures I dazzling display. Jordan's Dead Each ofthefiveareasoftheNewYork's
famous Mobil Economy Run. On the left In the big Fed- Sea Scrolls paintings by Spanish World Fair presents a distinct .
Their performances are judgedby eral Circle Is the $17 million masters such as Goya and Vel- kind of entertainment or
United States pavilion with its asquez. Chinese jades and a Swiss
a referee that brooks no argument education. Planning your trip in
: a data process Ing machine I Ix theme "Challenge toGreatness" atomic clock are just a few ex- advance will enable you to find
1 If you would rather leave the A specially designed ride conveys amples. National ta'ents! are alsoon the exhibits and activities that
driving to someone else, you can 3,000 fairgoers an hour through view: you can, see Tahltlan interest most. -
witness an auto thrill show stagedIn Cinerama's combination film and pearl diving or Korean drum you

a 7500-seat stadium with a 2 D exhibit Illustrating the dancing get a suit made to order =: 'e -
banked figure-eight track that encourages pioneer spirit of America's past, at the Hong Kong pavilion, or... be and address of a foreign pen a
1 I' : dare-devil maneuvers. present and future. charmed by the graciousness of pal with the help of a Univac

Directly above the Transpor- The famous Unisphere, which Japanese geishas. computer, visit far off places on
tation Area and north of the has come to symbolize the Fair The horseshoe-shaped Avenueof a Walt Disney-designed water
Grand Central Parkway is the Is situated right between the Fed- the United Nations is the main ride--and view fascinating exhibits -
HILLSYour Federal and States Area. Cut- eral and States Area and the street to look for In this section; in more than thirty other

ting across it is the Avenue of ,International Area, where the It's Intersected by the Avenue of buildings.
the States. In the state pavilions treasures of many nations are on the Americas on one side and the What's next? If you're a lit-
Neighborhood Avenue of Africa on the other.A tle foot-sore by this time, you
USED complete map of the World's might stop] by the Simmons
CAR Fair, showing all the streets Beautyrest Center; here you can
DEALERSpecializ'ing avenues and promenades as wellas rent a private "rest alcove"
I in 4kk\ the fountains and landscapedareas and take a half-hour nap!

CLEAN : Is available at various A quick glance at your World's I
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service stations. Fair map shows that the fifth
CARS
GARY The largest of the Fair's five section of the Fair--the Lake
BLACKWELL \ c major divisions--the Industrial Amusement Area--Is located far

62 BUICK" . .. $1395 Area--sprawls northward from to the east, separated from the
Special 2 Dr.; R&H" Air condo the International Area. The Pool rest of the Fairgrounds by the

Extra. Extra Clean. of Industry Is at Its hub, sur- Long Island Expressway. This '.

62'CHEVY. .. .. .$1395 rounded by a promenande and the six-lane highway Is spannedby
2 dr., auto trans., R&H Red & j Court of the Universe. Another the Meadow Lake Bridge and
White Extra extra extra clean. horseshoe-shaped thoroughfare several "footpath" bridges.If .
61 PONTIAC.$1495 the Avenue of Progress has a you saw the Meadow Lake

Convertible auto trans., R&H Lunar Fountain at the other. Amphitheatre at the 1939-40 j
power steering and brakes, nlc'eas Widest thoroughfare in the area is World's Fair you'11 hardly rec-
new. c-r the Avenue of Commerce, which ognize it this year. A roof has

61 BUICK.$1195 sweeps across the north sectionof been added, its seating capacity
Door the Fairgrounds from the has been increased to 11,000, -
Special, R&H, auto, trans..
World's Fair Station of the and It's had I
job
V-8 FOUR FAIR lADIES. Four New York secretaries enjoy a cool breakin Long a face-lifting
IMPALA Island Railroad eastward to the Here you and,your whole family
61.1 .$1495 the Fountain at the World's Fair Unisphere. Not all fairgoers -
weary
Sport Coupe V-8, Auto trans. Court of the Five Boroughs will thrill to "Wondcrworld",
will be able to cool off like this.
R&H. Extra. Extra. Extra Clean Here In the International Area the $2 million stage, water and
6fCORVAIR.$1195Wagon r you can see an atomic fusion air musical extravaganza with a

700 "Lakewood Deluxe" demonstration attend an Inter- (Cont. on Page 7))
4 Dr. Auto. trans., R&H. Low national Bazaar, obtain the name
Mileage, One Qwner. WESCONNETTFURNITURE

57 OLDS "88 '.... .$695 .
Convertible R&H, Auto. trans., -
power steering and brakes CO. t<' I. ;::::
Beautiful Red and White. -.-
5326 WESTCONNETT BLVD. AT 103RD. ST. SP 1-0750
59.OLDS$895 J 1f-
Hardtop, Auto/trans., R&H EASY CREDIT "
Power steering and brakes. It
Power and windows Fac- FREIGHT REPOSSESSIONS .. ,'\. n
seats SALVAGE. !t-
tory air conditioned. ftV" f\
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FULL YEAR WARRANTY MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING SET $19.95 ....c.

BANK FINANCING
BEDROOM SUITE $79.00 DINETTE SETS 29.00

; LIVING ROOM SUITE 69.00
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-, END TABLES, COFFEE TABLES $5.00
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MODERN LAMPS $5.00TV SETS 60.00
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ELECTRIC AND GAS STOVES 35.00

-REGRIGERATORS $45.00 STEREOS $100.00
ft> BILL .,,
ACKLEN SIEMER3719.BIANDING 1-TON GIBSON AIR CONDITIONER 149.00 w /s '

BLVD. FLYING HIGH-Two little girls enjoy the sights at the New York
Across from Cedar Hills Shop. Ctr. World's Fair while traveling high over the fair grounds on the
PHONE 771-2320 COME IN AND BROWSE OPEN 9 TO 9 P.M. Swiss sky ride.


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Iron Man A ward I Elg teen's hangar 123, NAS v AMTGDnt""
Jacksonville, Florida. K : 'k .
Presented To Parent received this award
for outstanding performance in Rota-Bound
Parent, ATI the quarterly physical fitness p
Charles .K Parent, ATI, was excerclses. The award was pre- On July 9, 1964, Naval Air
awarded the Iron Man Awardon sented to Parent by his Com- Maintenance Training Detach.
July 1, 1964 In ceremonies manding Officer, Cdr S. K. ment 3012, ASE, departed for
conducted at Patrol Squadron Mansfield. M n1, Rota, Spain for a period of ape
... y ) proximately three months
1'W = .F r1iIe-i-]' : Io-4F{: FC FC ii completion of which it will, upon return -

( 1 to NAS Sax, its home base.
w- The reason for this move Is
Need help ? to provide Aviation Support
money Equipment training for fleet personnel .
In the Mediterranean area.
p NAMTRADET 3012, ASE has
c '
five personnel assigned and Is
,. .' directed by Senior Chief Avia

...... ,f "" don Machinist Mate,W.P.Davis
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3. al Training On SP2E/H/ NeptuneNaval


Call for i1 Air Maintenance Training Detachment 1058 SP 2E/H pro-
vides fleet personnel with up to date training on the SP-2E/H Nep 4
j a loan from HFC =11 tune Patrol Plane and associated systems. This training detachmentis
located in building 621 at the intersection of Enterprise and Jason
Streets. -

..... -. HFC's experienced military loan specialist will NAMTRADET 1058 is assignedthe and ordnance fundamentals. The personal touch always makes
F -- read you loud and clear. He understands theservicemen's primary mission of providingthe Tie training is under the things a little more interesting as
maximum amount of technical David E. Brown, CSC, USN
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special money needs. When it comes supervision of the Chief of Naval
knowledge and correct main- Navy Recruiter of the Jackson
Air Technical Rear Admiral -
to a loan for paying bills, buying clothes or DI' tenance procedures to fleet Training
per- Allen Smith Jr. and the ville, Florida recruiting area,
better car, taking a leave-or for any good pur- sonnel assigned the Neptune patrol -
Commanding Officer Naval Air stationed at the U.S. Navy Re.
pose-come to the man at HFC. plane, In a minimum amountof
time. This is Maintenance Training Group. cruiting Branch Station in Ocola,
accomplished by
You trust the that's trusted
can company by taking the classroom to the stu Captain C. A. Williams, whose found out when he re-enlisted for
more than 100,000 servicemen every year. You dent. headquarters are at Memphis, four more years. Captain C, D,
can borrow with confidence from Household. Utilizing nine Instructors,each Tennessee. LCDR. J. R. Bond Is Simonsen, Director of Navy Recruiting .
one a specialist In his own field, Officer ;n Charge of all NAM- Washington, D, C., who
TRADETS based at NAS Jacksonville -
Borrow up to $600 the detachment offers courses on was in Jacksonville at the time,
the R3350 and
J34 power plants administered the oath.
Take up to 24 months to repayAsk and. related systems airframes, Instructors in the training detachment -
hydraulics electrical and arma- are Senior Chief Avia-
ment systems associated with the tion Machinists Mate M. F,
about credit life insuranceon
loans at croup rates SP-2E/H aircraft. Roberson, CPO in Charge,Senior INTRODUCINGYOUR
25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 A special course is offered on Chief Aviation Metalsmith, C. H.
the AVQ-2C search light and Nye, Chief Aviation Electricians NATIONWIDE AGENT
; Cedar Hills Shopping Center familiarization courses for pilots Mate K. 0. Steiner, Chief Avia-
3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 and prospective plane captainsare tion Electricians Mate A. M.
available. Also available for Adair, Chief Aviation Metalsmith
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 all rates are general courses In C. N. Gurber Chief Aviation

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Cost Reductions VMA144Cont. 3 NARTUSquadronsCruise SC. : tJ, I

HS-741, led by CDR Beuford --
(Cont. from Page 1)) ( from Page 1)) N. Willis of Lakeland Fla., will

r Its pam VMA-144 to Chem Pointto Three 'ARTU-J ax based Naval start its cruise Monday. HS-741
goal by $1 t billion off the SATS Short Airfield for
assist and supervise the Reserves ( Air Reserve squadrons have their will spend its two weeks on active
r disclosure Secretary) McXamara made the during the training cycle. Tactical Support) at Dogue Field, annual two-week training cruises duty '41 NAS Willow Grove!, Pa.
in his second N. C. This involves off and
Annual taking
The "Fixins Gators"ho scheduled this month. The+ third cruising squadron.
progress report or the program. made Marine Corps Reserve landing on a metal strip l less than One of the squadrons, VS-742, VR-743, will cruise from July ;
He told the President DCD realIzed Aviation history In 1962 by conducting 3,000 feet long using catapult and left Monday for two weeks at NAS 27 to August 9 at NAS Dallas 'j j
savings of$2.5 MOREST In and
billion get
to out
durIng gear ,
maneuvers outside the Guantanamo Day, Cuba VS742is CDR Raymond L. Anderson of
FY 1964, of this pint-sized'landing
s compared with an continental limits of the U.S twill area. under the command of CDR Miami is the commanding officerpf
original forecast of Pilots will special emphasis -
$15 put
billion. add anoth r"First"to their ac- Robert L. Blvth of Charleston. VR-743. '
The Secretary also announceda plishnients.: They are scheduled on bombing and strafing --- --T ,{
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new long-ranee techniques while ground crews, '
savings
, goalof !
conduct
I to flight
$4.6 billion a)year by FY 196c operations besides conducting regular flight ;
ss an increase of $600 million per operations, will attend special .VANDERBILT TIRES
)year over the previous objec- classes of Instruction In their n
y
. tive. military specialities. They are

Secretary President McNamara the savings assuredthe "were also rifle scheduled(for familiarization.to fire the M-14 Q 3) AUTO CENTERS TO SERVE YOU

being achieved without any) adverse VMA-144 will return to NAS
I effect on our military Jacksonville on August 1.
NO MONEY DOWN
strength end combat readiness."
The cost reductions were accomplished -

the secretary said, AS LOW AS $117 PER WEEK
by following a three-part pro-
gram of action: ((1)) buying only
what is needed to achieve balanced 1st QUALITY NYLON 24 MONTH UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE
readiness, ((2)) buying at the Silt I Stir' 1 f I !ltr
I lowest sound price and((3))reducing I 9ES1car 1 for 983 UOili lUllS 111 Ill IIbr 1111' .35..JI11J ..
costs ter- 1S I '
operating through milS ] 211 It 4112
mination of unnecessary opera- ti ; 2 for 1866 mils 1111 2111$ SU2
15MIICOill 1211 21" 4)12)
and
standardization
tions, by : by
ltCol Peon H. Medam! I ; IDGilC 1411 21 CS Si.12
consolidation.The 4 for 3532 150114: 1111 12 IS 1112
Secretary cited savings of a $ 111 2In( 1112
TkwieAnoAt <40ilS-CTOilS* -<00il" ISDIIJ 1111 22 t CS 4112
than $1.4 billion in .
more cutting TUIITTPt NHOM tLACKWAU ADO 1.000. 1!"TVIUIU TltH
I back unnecessary expenditures. Contact me today! All Tirti Pint, Ti. & E.cl M9..r4' J3.00 AW.)" if Old Tire Not Copp.bU -
s Isaid the savings were made C otVSEE A" .
1 possible by careful planning and JOE fRONt END ,'''t>, ROTATIONSPECIAL

more precise analysis of Defense PAGE 12 AND \. 'i, $583 FREE MOUNTING
materiel requirements. r- .
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Bluejacket's Inn Acey Ducey Club CPO Club "0"'ClubThursday

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Thursday, July 16 July 16
ursd y f July 16 Thursday, July 16 Happy Hour 3:30: 6 Pm
Hour 4:30-6:30 p. m. Happy Hour Dinner 6Fridoy : :
Ladies Nij>ht-dancing8:30-ll:30: Happy : pm

DID MOD Friday,. July 17 Friday, July 17 July 17
Friday, July 17 Happy} Hour 3:30: 6 pm
Carl and March Wilson and the Redcoats Dinner
Doyd Rhythm Kings Dance to Johnny Arnold "4' e-9 p.m'
9-1 a. m.Saturday. 8:30-12:30: a. m. Charlie Jay e-12 am


July 18 Saturday, July 18 Saturday, July 18 Saturday, July 18

March Wilson and the Red Coats C and Drifters Dinner
&L47L Tommy Country Dance to Mark Castle 6-9:30: pm
w 91 a. m. 8:30-12:30 a. m. Johnny Jelnick 8:30-12:30: : a.m!

I Sunday, July 19
Sunday, July 19 Sunday, July 19 Sunday, July 19

Phil Cay and the Chantels 8:30- Game Night 5:30-7:30 p. m. Dance to Bud Clark Dinner 6-9 p.m. Seafood Buffet
For Johnny Arnold 8:30-11:30 m.
p.
on
11:30 p. m.Monday. pool patio
TourVACTIoN .f .
Monday, July 20 Monday, July 20
I July 20 Monday, July 20
Pizza Night Happy Hour 3:30: 6 pm
Pizza 2 for 1 nightTuesday Happy Hour 4:30-6:30: : p. m. Dinner 6-9 p.m. Seafood Buf

July 21 Tuesday, July 21 Tuesday, July 21 fet on pool patioTuesday

Happy Hour 5-7 p. m. Game.Night 7:30-9:30 p. 'm. HappyHour July 21

I Happy lbur 3:30: -6 p.m.
Wednesday, July 22 Wednesday, July 22 Wednesday, July 22 Dinner 6-9 p.m. (Italian)

1 Game Night 8 p. m. Open Dance to the Playboys
Wednesday, July 22
e Happy Hour 3:30.6p.m.
Family ,Night 6-9 p m. Fried
-.:: ::Z-. $59 PER MONTH Chicken on pool patio with music
5YR by the Travellers.
BUYS A

dw VALIANT NEW 64 PLYMOUTH 50,000 MILEWARRANTY Hurricane Hunters

I $1788 00 WITH (Continued from Page 1))

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which loaded with
ONLY $50 DOWN ONALL completely
FULL equipment and fuel weighs about
PRICE (INCLUDES TAX AND TAG) NEW CAR! 72 tons.
The plane is capable of remaining -
BANK RATE FINANCING
aloft for periods of up
to 21 hours and cruises in excess -
',' APPROXIMATELY 18 MINUTES I FROM NAS-SOUTH ON H IWAY 17 of 300 mph.

Current commanding officer of
j VW-4 is Cdr. Daniel E. Chesler,
m a native of Dallas, Texas. Cdr.
l Walter H. Reese, of Buchanan,
I Mich., is Executive Officer of
CHRltEl IHRlSllK-PiflOijTr !N| the squadron

1050 1 1 N. ORANGE AVE, GREEN COVE SPRINGS VU-10
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., PHONEJACKSONVILLE DIRECT-264-6555 tachment also needs jet aircraft
and they can be supplied more
AUTHORIZED CHRYSLER readily when the squadrons are
DEALER combined. Detachment '.If a's
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I FLEET, RESERVE .. I
FR.A.1 <' ... j
I Movies ,. .w';.,: <: H Hh :

__ ASSOCIATION I
Quarterly MemDCr.uL LI llIl' :\ Movies will bo shown re lar- Want t Ad SectionAds : I
July !!
Steak Dinner will be held ly at 7 p.m. Monday through) :: .

IE, at 6-8 p.m. at the Branch 91 or trr6R Saturday.X. &.:,':' I. ....,:.. :....: .:;... .::.". .: : ::;
J. club house, 6554 Roosevelt Blvd. 1 net n+ua INS X:\ will have two feature *
YukoN o nac u o should be mailed to the J:\X AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde i
toterriflc gains in membership ilotlOA times :C. p.m. and 7 p,m. on
1. Due I Drive, Jacksonville S, i Florida, to arrive not later than I
steaks will be Saturdays and Sundaxs. The hos-
17 free a- Ads -
Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. arriving
pital will have feature
warded.All one on *
too late for this deadline will be published the
members and their guestsare Sundays at 7 p.m. is instructed other-
following week unless the publisher
invited to try one of these the The"Mainside theatre will stay wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad -
A complete dinner with same except for the evening
steaks. feature must be received WITH the copy for the ad.
T-bone will be which will begin at
the 12 oz. L50. Installation of the newly elected DO NOT SEND CASH.
7:30
The club is still sponsoring a Branch 126 officers was held change p.m. These are subjectto RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . $1.00
teenage dance every Sunday Saturday, July 11, at the new Fleet Per additional line ((4 words per line) .. 35
afternoon 2-5 p.m. Music is by Reserve Association Home, at Thursday, July 16
.Mainside
Rampage Robert
the "Travelers. It is chaperon 7673 ''
Blanding Blvd., West Jacksonville Mitchum, Elsa Martinelli SINGER CONSOLE mach
unfurn
ed. sewing House for Rent 2 BR, ,
There will be a bond holders Jim E. Installing Officer was NATTC Flight from Ashiya ine, zig zags, decorative stitch- kit eoj. garb serv& water Turn
meeting, Monday, July 20. Branch Murphy 126 who past presidentof Yul Brynner, Richard Widmark ing, etc. Has balance $48, or $77.50 mo. 5160 101st St (off
has held all
of the offices in Hospital Curse of the Living reliable party can pay off( at $8. Ortega Farms Blvd.) Avail.
The Branch 126. Corpse Helen Warren, Ray per mo. Call 3531946. Will deliver Aug 1, Ph SP12377. No drinking -
following members were Sheide No obligation A-l Nice nhrhood, nr NAS, Cecil -
Installed: President, D.M. Burr Friday, July 17 Sewing Machine Exchange fld, school,churches,&shop-
who was re-elected; 1st. Vice- Mainside (
Midnight Lace-Doris ping cntrs.
president, R.N. Boyd; 2nd Vice- Day, Rex Harrison HELP WANTED Retired chiefto

president. F.N. ZlnkoskyjSecre-: NATTC Rampage Robert manage barbecue operation. Man's 2 ct. dia ring, 3 stones
UOREcars tary, W.H. Sandefer; Treasurer, Mltchum, Elsa Martinelli Profit share plan. Further Information European cut; from estate, appr
WH. Washallskl;Board of Directors Hospital Flight from Ashiya call 388-3583 or EV 8- val $800-asking $500. 45 Colt

: Tom Cowart, O.L. Allen Yul Brynner, Richard Widmark 022 L auto, conm. grade, like new,$60.
L.P. Whitmire, W. Wood, J.E. Saturday, July 18 Phone 771-8161.
are insured Murphy, L.I. Lorbeer,D.H.John- Mainside Ride the High Coun- FOR SALE Inc. prop duplex,
with us than with son, J.L. Zentz, C.W.; Clark,J.J, try Randolph Scott, Jody 3-plex, 4-plex, 3 ml NAS. Own- MINIATURE DACHSHUND Pup-
Waddey, R.T. Krell, Perry Solo- McCrea er 771-8697. pies A.K.C.Reg.Phone 771-0095
any other company. mon, D.C. Newell and G.B. NATTC Midnight Lace Doris

Find out why now! Stoker. Day, Rex Harrison VACATION 1 BR unit on Bed- ,10 mln. from home; lacre fenced

F.R.A. membership consists of Hospital Rampage Robert ford Lake nr Keystone Hghts. with 2 BR, 2 B, CB home. LR,
career men with four years active Mitchum, Elsa Martinelli $35 wk. Limit 3 .
E. MARK UTSEY per persons.EV DR, Fla. rm,unusual kit,$16,500;
ia 1948 BlandingBlvd enlisted service, Navy or Sunday, July 19 4-3979 Mon.-Frl. after 5. $2.000 cash and $100 per mo.
389.0338 Marine, active duty or retired. Mainside Johnny Cool Henry 6230 Seaboard Av. Wesconnettarea.
Membership In Branch 126 is now Silva, Elizabeth Montgomery 3 BEDROOM HOME Close to FRANK W BROWN &
over 900 strong. The next meet- NATTC Ride the High Count ry- NAS $50 down, $50 month. Call ASSOCIATES 264-9504 BRO-
STATE FARMMutuiIAutomohitttnuranuCompany '"._ ings of Branch 126, FRA will be Randolph Scott, Jody McCrea Art. Powell, USN, Retd. with KER 264-9756-
/.!!!., Thursday, July 23, and August Hospital Midnight LaceDoris Colmery Wilkinson Realtors.
Hom Ollicct:Bloommtton' ,Illmou 20 at 8 p.m. at the FRA Home. Day, Rex Harrison 264-6144 or 3533671. For Rent 35 ft. trailer near

Visitors are welcome at all meet- . Monday, July 20 NAS. $55 per mo. 388-2203
Ings. Mainside irma La Douce UNFURN APT. FOR RENT or NAS ext 8471.

I Jack Lemmon,Shirley Maclaine Blanding Blvd. Deluxe apt., :3BR,
NATTC Johnny Cool Henry kit equip, 3 ml NAS, $115 mo. Brick Home Ortega Hills -
DR. B.W. ROBERTS Silva Elizabeth Montgomery Owner 771-8697. 3 BR, 2 B, Fla, Rm. A/C
Hospital Ride the High Country central heat. EV7-2448, 7414

OPTOMETRISTANNOUNCES Randolph Scott, Jody Mc- "Owner selling 3 bdrm., 2 Coral Sea Rd.
Crea bath rambler Ideal to N.A.S.Call Small Stand. Dachshund A.K.C.

THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR THE Tuesday, July 21 388-5564 for details. 4203 Ra- Reg. shot worm Call
PRACTICE OF OPTOMETRY THEROOSEVELT Mainside Mystery Submarine _pallo Rd." 771-5239.
Edward Judd, James Justice -
MALL NATTC Irma La Douce Jack VA-FHA

Lemmon, Shirley Maclaine .

4461 ROOSEVELT BLVD. PHONE 387-2345 Hospital Johnny Cool Henry :
Silva, Elizabeth Montgomery [ E so1 SALES

EYE EXAMINATION GLASSES CONTACT LENSES Wednesday, July 22
Did know that for
littleas
Mainside Brass Bottle Tony you as
Randall, Burl Ives $50.00 down and from $50to

NATTC Mystery Submarine $95 per month 2,3 and 4,
Edwar Judd, James Justice bedroom, 1, 1 1/2 and 2 bath
'R "fUU. aNd cvto tt Hospital Irma La Douce WALTER U.S.N' SCHUB homes may be purchased? If
(RET.)
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7 ova I e e mmOIF flight. Cdr. Jansen and his
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s Coast Guard Reserve Unit World Fair
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Makes 10th Summer Visit cast of 250.Across .the way is the !New

York World's Fair Music Hall
111 where the 176-foot stage boasts

The Coast Guard Reserve Unit that is presently aboard NAS is 19 turntables. The 90-minute
now marking its tenth consecutive year of summer Active Duty musical review highlights a cen-
training for all selected reservists from Eastern Coast Guard tury of American musical
Districts. comedy. Elsewhere In the Lake

1 .1 This summer program is com- they are integrated with various Amusement Area you can
prised of five two-week yeoman operating departments in accordto "shoot the rapids In the
school periods, and an "on the the training needs. In addi- mighty rivers of the Pacific
job" in rate training program for tion, trainees accomplish prac- Northwest..see a circus, par-
other ratings The Yeoman tical factors and gain experiencein ade and watch the show under
school curriculum is specially order to prepare for advance- the big top..board an exact rep-
designed to provide the know- ment in rate.Captain lica of Christopher Columbus'
.u\ H\ ,-, ',, ',
', -a-.u \ ledge and training essential for William H. Main flagship the Santa Maria..viewmore
ONLY $100 DOWN efficiently performing unit duties USCGR of Fort Lauderdale fla. than 30 life-size tableauxin
FIRST GRADUATING CLASS as well as being adequately is the Commanding Officer and the International Wax Muse
HOMES NEAR NAS & CECIL FIELD Captain William H. Main, CO of prepared in case of mobilization. Ensign William G, Verge,USCGR um..ride the AMF Monorail 40
3 & 4 BEDROOMS Yeoman and yeoman strikers of- Miami Fla. is the Executive feet above the ground.,and be
1 & 2 BATHS the Coast Guard Attachmenthere from the second, fifth, seventh Officer. The Detachments admin- entertained by world-famous
at NAS presents a Certi and eighth Coast Guard Districtsare istrative offices and school puppets from Paris.
$50 Per Mo. & Up participating in the program.The classrooms are located in Dldg.
ficate to Emma C. Gifford, YNC rate training program is 592 on Glllls St. in the NATTC Of course it's impossible to
SEE OUR SALESMAN WITH while Ensign William G. Verge, for reservists whose rates are area. cover the Fairground's 646
19 YEARS NAVY SERVICE difficult to effectively carry out acres on foot In one day. Bus-
HARPER REALTYBROKER Executive Officer looks on.''Navy training at the reserve train- es, special trains and unique
Photo by Jerry Davis, JOSNI) ing centers. While aboard NAS Each of us has a point whichwe taxis are on hand to help get

6924 ATLANTIC BLVD., will by no means let God approach you around. Buses carry Fair
CALL7M0444' This point may be my am- visitors on a 90-mlnute tour
HURCH of CHRIST bition whereby I lam determined to of all the major exhibits, utilizing -

5223 WESCONMETT BLVD. beat my way to success In any eight miles of special roadway -
'1I NEAR N AS- career at any price ,God can .
JUST OFF TIMUQUANA RD. have everything but not this one A rapid transit service between -
/ / ''*' *v BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLEAND SUNDAYS. thing I . Now, the curious 35 Fair "stations" em-
THE BEACHES thing is that God lets me find ploys air conditioned buses
I 10:00 A.M. BIBLE SCHOOL him only when I offer to him which run on regular schedules.
I1:00 AM. WORSHIP this one, hardest thing in my life. Other facilities include 60-passenger -
':00 P.M. EVENING SERVICEWEDNESDAYS
.4 mmmo In other words, God never comes three-coach tractor
: through the door that I hold opento trains running on rubber tires--

7:30 P.M. MIDWEEK SERVICE him, but always knocks at the and the "Escorter", a gaso-
one place which I have walled up line-powered taxi which seats up
CHURCH. PHONE SP 1-5075
MINISTER PHONE SP 'l-2fi46 with concrete, because I want it to four passengers in the front
for myself alone. with no obstruction.
------ Sound like a "rrreally big"project l
this New York World's
MORRIS Fair? It 1st I Total construc-
tion costs are estimated at $500
AUTO SUPPLY million. With so much to see I
ID]] crV
FRITZ PARMAN (Ret C.P.O.) and so much to do--and with
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1964 PAGE 9
JAX AIR NEWS
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( serves as 2nd Flight Technican on
i IJI IY
Air Combat Crew SIX.
Eight VP-18 Phantoms
% 0 'u Locke Is the son of Mr. &
M Mrs. John Locke of Montgomery
Alabama. He enlisted In the Navy
Earn WingsBeale July 18, 1961 reported to VP18In

August 1962. He serves as 2nd J
Cummings, ADJ3, Lance R. Cast AX2 Michael J. Lambert Flight Technlcan on Air Combat ;
RM AX2, James E. Locke, A03, Eldon L. Nahring ATN3, CharlesJ. Crew TWELVE.
Roden, ADRC Raymond E. Smith, AT2 and Elnar K. Sorensen, Roden Is the son of Mr. &
r AX2, were designated as SP2H Neptune Alrcrewman recently in
b r Mrs. Harrison Roden of Cordova,
j ceremonies conducted at Patrol Squadron Eighteen's hangar 123. Alabama. He enlisted in the Navy

Their "Wings of Gold"Cdr were July 24, 1961 reported to VP-18 September 28, 1943 reported to
pinned them
on by s.K.
ti 4 September 29, 1962. He servesas VP-18 October 1961. Ifc servesas
f Mansfield
Officerof
Commanding
Flight Technician on Air Com- Plane Captain on Air Combat
Patrol
Squadron Eighteen.
bat Crew SIX.Lambert Crew ONE.
f Alrcrewman designation is the Is the son of Mr. & Smith Is the son of Mr. &
result of hours of hard work
,and long Mrs. Jules Lambert of Lawrence, Mrs. Raymond E. Smith, Sr. of
Achievement of this
study.
Massachusetts. He enlisted In the Pasadena Texas. He enlisted In
award is a definite honor and the
NavySeptember 28,1961reported the Navy February 13,1961,reported -
of all members.
goal flight crew
to VP-18 November 1962. He to VP-18 In August 1962.
Cummings Is the son of Mrs.
v Robert Cummings of WashingtonD.C. I

J ,, Ywly He enlisted In the Navy I I
September 17, 1961 and reportedto
appointed chairmen of' the Jacksonville
Officers' Wives VP-18 in May 1962. He servesas
b are: IL to RI) Mrs. Dorothy Clark, News Editor for Publicity; 2nd Mech on Air Combat Crew
s. R. T. Lemon Publicity; Mrs. C. E. Rodgers, Budget and Wele SIX.

; Mrs. F. L. Mayberry, Parliamentarian; and Mrs. R. T. Traf- Cast,is the son of Mr. & Mrs.
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Lady Linksters Place 2 TeamsAt

I Pro-Am Tourney IM GolfStandings : ': '.

A ladies Pro-Amateur Tournament Mrs.. Earl Bennett, Mrs. Frank JAX AIRNEWS'
was held July 7 at the Jax Miller and Miss Estelle St.Clair. SPORTS. I
Beach Golf Course which saw The second team consisted of
17 teams entered.: Mrs. Dot Cram, Mrs. Peter
The Jax Naval Air Station Pro Gushanas and Niki Knock. '
Joe McDonald entered four Golf Pro Joe McDonald shota
teams of which two tied for 69 in his action of the days

the first first place team position.The consisted. of play. ings The for Handl-cap the week league ending stand-July Hosp "A" & 2 VP-30 Teams

10 arc:

r r American League Lead Leagues In IM Golf

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5m24 5c PER VP-30"A" 9-3
DAY M/lf/ Hosp"A" 0 9-3

t tilTS SHIH1,11W; Moaoi/ifs/ mom m VP-16 8-4
t VP-45 6-4 With only a short month of play left in the Intramural Golf ranks
BUDGETRENTACAR Admin 51/2-71/2 for the Spring season of 1964 VP-30"A") and Hosp"N' are currently -
VAP-62 3-7 leading the Aiuerican League with identical records of 9-3.
A/C Maim 3-8 VP-30 "13" is holding down the top spot in the National League
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Top Honors At Jax Navy

8:30: A.M.-6 P.M. organizational meeting for
Intramural Bowling will be held
LOCATED IN THE ROOSEVELTMALLSHOPPINGCENTERON
Wednesday. July 22, at 9:30 a.m. Splits WithGlyncol1
ROOSEVELT BLVD. ShootIn
Highlands in the Mainsidc Gym, Bldg. .3,
EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY according to Frank McCaffrey,
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Pendergras won the runnerup Softball men this past weekend 1 t
1tSF.n' spot in the 410 gauge event and 'tJrD5PE and made an even split in the /
r then followed this top showingwith / NGARY play by winning one and losingone
; G 5 a perfect score in the 20 \\o I II game.
and 12 gauge events.Pendergras \ : r Glynco Navy won the first game
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Getz, present state 12 gauge .fi pitching of Stretch Lawson. The
champion, in the 20 gauge event. .. losing pitcher for the Jax Navy
NEIGHBOR HOOD By breaking 247 of the 250 tar- team was Red Mills of Admin.
gets Pendergras was declaredthe v Behind the timely hitting of
1 t state and open high overall Red Lewis's two grand slam
champion. home run's, Jax Navy won the
4538 SAN JUAN AVE Pendergras is presently at second contest by the score of
Fort Benning, Georgia where lie 5-2. Lewis's two home runs
is practicing for a spot on the bounced off the South road adjacent -
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I TI1 Japan, and the World Olympics. was Bobby Warner of FICEUR ,
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JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 11

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winner of the winners bracket,. of "Friendship Seven" '. with
Lt. Col Glenn aboard and
FICEUR AF679A & VP-30 then an additional game will be "Aurora Seven" with LCdr
required. This game will be
aboard,
played Thursday evening, also at Carpenter sightingthe

Win Opening Play-off GamesIn 7:30 p.m. Santa hijacked Maria, Portuguese locating the ship becalmed -
I Nina n and finding the

47 In the opening game of the NAS Intramural softball playoffs FICEUR Assumes Command hijacked Venezuelan freighter
Anzoatequi. i
Stopped c&R by the score of 4-l
Bobby Warner, of
FICEUR, took
At the of 1964 Patrol I
win Continued beginning
by ( from Page 1))
giving up only two hits and ..
striking... out eight batters.... Forty-five joined
1 ne second game of the eve- D --- Squadron I i
The Cuban Quarantine called Fleet Air Wing Eleven from
ning saw Air Force 679th defeat
two base.
men on
Fleet Air Wing Eleven to the venerable SP-2 "Neptune"tto
Admin 5-2 with Bob Childress, Ron Emich, of Hospital, was ,
round-the-clock "Orion".
of flight operailions the newer P-3A I
AF679th, taking the win by the hot hitter for the eveningas
giving five hits making possible the early 'The newer aircraft is larger,
and
up striking he got three hits for three
out 11 of the sighting of Soviet ships bound for speedier and has a greater range
opponent batters. times at bat.
the and the track-
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Mills
suffered the loss for This at 6:00 Hos-
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ing of submarines in the area. the operational capa-
Admin. pital will go against the winnerof "firsts"clalmed the
by bilities of Fleet Air Wing
jt The third game of the evening the C&R and Admin game andat Wing include the first location Eleven.
pitted VP-30 against the Hospital 8:00 p.m. and VP-30 will run
"nine" with the VP-30 squad up against the winner of the Fi-
coming out on top by the score CEUR and Air Force 679thgame.The .
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Jax Navy ToParticipate I



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Saturday, July 25, the Jax In? a row UNDER
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