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Creation Date: July 23, 1964
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VOL. 22 NO. 21 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JULY 23, 1964 .
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Sec McNamara Announces Freedom Found. Senate Passes Pay Raise -- j..



DOD Cost Reduction WeekWashington Cohfest Open To For Military Personnel. .


Entire MilitaryAll
(AFPS--The week of July 20-27 will be known as De- A pay raise for the Armed Forces was approved Tuesday by the

fense Cost Reduction Week. Secretary of Defense Roberts. McNamaratold members of the Armed Senate for 1.8 million men and women of the Services.

President Johnson in a White House meeting.The Forces on active duty, including The bill is now in the House where it is said that it will be cleared

Secretary informed the President of special plans for the week. cadets and midshipmen at service unchanged and will be rushed to the White House.

The occasion will be used tohonor academies, are eligible to par- Senate Majority Leader Mike

civilian and military personnelwho ticipate in the 1964 Freedoms Mansfield (D-Mont.) said that he
have helped trim $2.5 billion Biddle To Be Foundation Letter Awards Pro- asked for and received prompt Sen-

from defense costs and to stim- gram. Ten NATTC Men ate action on the bill.
ulate efforts to reach the pro- Renamed After The contest began on April 1

jected goal of $4.6 billion savings and will continue through November "My only criticism is that it

over the next three years. L To Receive (the pay bill) Is not largeenough,"

The event is planned as a highlight Late Vice CNO Freedoms Foundation at Valley he said.

of the "cost-consciousness Forge will offer 101 cash awards CommissionsTen

program" Initiated by Secretary Washington (AFPS) -Secretary totaling $8,500 and George Wash The pay raise, second military

McNamara earlier this year. of the Navy Paul H. Nitze has ington Honor Medals in the 1964 enlisted men of the Naval increase in less than a year, authorizes ... ...
This is part of a broader govern- announced that the guided missile Letter Awards Program.The Air Technical Training Center a flat 2.5 percent boost

ment-wide effort by President destroyer USS Biddle (DDG-5)), subject of this year's con- have been selected for commis- to 1,788,281 men and women In

Johnson to fulfill a pledge In his assigned to the multilateral force test is "My Vote: Freedom's sions under the Limited Duty Officer all services with two years active -

State of the Union Message to give to demonstrate the feasibility ot Privilege. Since 1964 Is a and Integration Programs. duty or more. Recruits find

the public, "a dollar's worth of mixed manning will be renamedthe Presidential election year the They were selected for five enlisted personnel with less than

value for every dollar spent." USS Claude V. Ricketts. theme will focus on voting. different, categories, includingone two years will not receive an increase -

The week will be touched off The ship is being renamed in Participation in the 1963 con- who was selected for com- .
honor of the late Vice Chief of
f\: by Secretary McNamara and As- test was very good. Forty-two missioning as a Line Officer tinder -
.,Q\sistant\ Naval Operations as a memorialto winners selected from
Secretary Thomas D. were Navy the Integration program. He
Senate Armed Service Committee
-
of
his efforts in behalf the
Morris with ceremonies in the and Marine Corps entries. Threeof chose, however, to accept an
Chairman
Richard
Russell
\t concourse. multilateral force concept. these winners, two Navy and earlier NESEP Enlisted
Pentagon
(Navy
The future USS Claude V.Rick (D-Ga.) said "I. could not have .)
Twenty employees who have one Marine Corps, were among Scientific Education Program)
this bill of
the ;
out -
of committee
gotten
contributed Ideas to the money- etts is now in the process the top'ten service-wide. appointment which will result In a :
receiving crew members from with a block and tackle If
will be honoredat
saving program the of the Federal commission upon completion of the Senate had not agreed to the
this time. governments The top award Is 1000. There
Republic of Germany, Greece, college. pay increase for the (civilian)
awards and
Those honored will receive are also fifty $100 Sumner C. Brown AECA, was
special certificates of merit. Italy, The Netherlands, Turkey fifty $50 awards. All winners will selected for appointment to
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and the United Kingdom. The government workers.
receive the Washington
George
Ensign In the Operations cate- "
mixed-manning demonstration Medal "I decided, he continued."That

ship Is scheduled to conduct oper- gory. the military should not have to wait
ations during the forthcomingyear Robert W. Bryant, AO!. J.F. a year or more to catch up with "
O&R Exceeds to provide Information for The top winner from each serv- Galloway, A01JamesW.Kinche- the increase to the civilian

the continuing study of the countries ice will be invited to go to Wash- loe, ATCA, and Alva D. Watson workers."
20 to attend the Jr. AE1 will become Aviation
ington on Jan. ,
GoalThe interested in the proposed
Saving (Continued on Page 11)) Presidential inauguration. (Continued on Page 8)) Another $5 million 'goes for'

-- -- .. --.'On -, other uniformed services, such as
Overhaul and Repair De- the Coast Guard, Public Health

partment, Jacksonville has exceeded --t Service and Coast and Geodetic
Its DOD Cost Reduction ry h A R.R ere Survey, making the bill an overall

goal for Fiscal Year 1964. Fig- $207,519,000 authorization mea

ures verified by navy area audi- I
tors substantiate the belief that 4 e

value analysis training pays off. sure.VP16

The O&R Department has a Sailors

nucleus of trained personnel

skilled In the application of value Add ChevronsSeventeen
analysis techniques. A task forceof

full-time selected personnel
rotated on a six-month basis Patrol Squadron Six

spearheads the program. With t teen enlisted men advanced In _

their eyes ona$1,000,000goal for .. ..; rate July 16, and received! congratulations -

fiscal year 1964, C&R personnelcame at morning quarters
up with a variety of Ideason on that date.Trading.
white hats for the
how to save money. New I It
coveted "Chief Petty Officer's
methods new processes elim-
ination of unnecessary work sub- Ifal" were A.M.dkins, AXCA

stitution of materials and other W.L. Cafarella, Jr., AXCA and

techniques have resulted in t : R. S. Wise AXCA. Being pro-
H ; Y1' c. moted to the rate of Aviation Anti
savings of 2121000. p.
Secretaryof < j submarine Warfare Technical
Defense McNamara has directed iiiiQ (
Chief Is a honored accomplishment. -
all military bases to effect
Personnel In this rate Inspect -
Cost Reduction Programs togain L X-:
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.a and maintain complex air-
maximum use of the defense dol-
craft antisubmarine warfare
lar. The ,savings of O&R Jacksonville sys-
.. terns and equipment.
.
represent a significantpart rv. ww .CwU .ww ma +.n.+.w :.r..r. i.A.nawA -.Meer
Other VP-16 men were advanced -
of the 2.5 billion savings for Pictured above are ihirty-four NAS personnel who added another chevron to their sleeves in cere- to these rates: H.R.Rose,

the taxpayer which were recently monies held July 16. They are not necessarily listed in the order shown. T.C. Bass, AE2; J. R. Bou- PR1, D. George, AE2. R.E. Ver-

reported by DOD. This splendid lie ETCA; D. K. Bourke, AK2; W. Cox, ATR3; R. G. Dallon, AQB2; W. R. Dickerson HM2; J. E. Dun- none. AK2, A. W. Burkharo, All"
record of the O&R in
than Department its hoff A02; D. 1. Gregg, BM3; C. W. Johnson HM3; K. S. Kanlho. HM3; P.W. Martin MACA; J. W. ATN3 J J. Crlsplno. AO3. D.J.
more doubling savings Mclendon ATN3; M. T. McGrath ABH3; J. E. Miller ETCA; R. H. Otts ETCA; S. R. Price A03 ; J. Jedlicka AMS3. S. D. Oravik.
Is tribute the "thinkersand
a to
goal H. Ross ABH3; K. A. Shaw, MA3; D. Singleton. SD3; S. B. Snodgrass, AE3; F. Spaulding. SD3; J. A03. R.W. Hansen ATN3. J.N.
doers" who have been moti-
vated the Interest and A. Starkey, PN1; S. J. Teslon AE2; W. R. Tompkins BTCA; L. J. Vaio. ADJ3; D. A. Venter AK3; Hatfleld. ABH3. F. E. Pavlic
by personal L. E. Villegas MU3; W. E. Walker, TMCA; T. R. Walters, AG2; D. J. Whilden. AMJ3; W. F. Williams, 'ADJ3. R.A.Toschlog AK3 and D.
leadership of Capt. R. H.
Pagan AO1;.E. I. Williamson, Ml S3; M.. R. Wingate AE3; and C. L Winchester ACCA. E.McCanyATN3.PKY .
the Overhaul and Repair Officer.



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lIJrkr.W1FROM' : : Chaplains MessageBy


,/ Communion 8:00 a. m. Service of Holy James F. AgnewA


9:30 a. m. Service of Divine decade or so ago In one of America's Universities, the Divinity

... ". Worship School for School occupied a very small section of the campus and that was off
': 0 9:30 a. m. Sunday of university life. To the newcomer this
the mainstream was
: 722 papa-
-rHE .
-- ages 3 through Service 16, Bldg.of Divine mount to saying: ."If you want to play with words, go ahead, but don't

> <: 11:00 a. m. bother the rest of us." Unfortunately, this had been true for many

If'@f Worship Youth Fellowship years In the Gospel Fortunately, In the last decade, the Presidentof
,. 6:30 p. m. that school has changed this position and placed the School of DIvinity -

'/4' !011-lE130 -roM:. : 4:30 p.WEDNESDAY m. Junior Choir Rehearsal This In tendency Its proper to perspective water down and and place.minimize the place of religion In

.... .L
\ > been confined to universities but has
Senior Choir Rehearsal the life of man has not been allowed
r. 1'e... :) 1 '": 7:30 p. m. reign In the home and lives of Americans to a startling degree.
.Aff...: t" o\ t: .t. worship God as we see fit has been and
sacred to
The right is
,
? .o' Communion an
t -. :;,0 ,,t&_. 12:00 p. m. Holy ,
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o. this be
However, privilege can lost
," 'ot'. Also on all Holy Days American privilege. by neglect
i t. .. o Catholic Services at St. and misuse. The time to preserve It Is now, and the manner of preserving .

Edward's Chapel, NATTC and .it Is through use, not neglect and scorn. The first ones to
1'
( I scream when this right of worship lies in jeopardy will be those who
Naval Hospital
,, ., .. .. .. ''\:, ,
.. .. "" SUNDAY MASS cared so little about its preservation. It's like the man who insisted

1 o ) #./ J, i'I, 6:30 a, m. U. S. NavalHospital that mankind should have no restraints--he should be allowed full
do whatever he desired. Yet, when this
9:00 a. m. & 11:00: a. m. St. expression to same man's
Edward's Chapel. car (let us say) has been stolen, he rushes frantically ta the police

0 CAN HELP SAVE DAILY MASS for protection.The .

11:30 a. m.St.Edward's Chapel United States is strong for many diverse reasons, but certainly -
MONDAY & TUESDAY one factor has been our Judeo-Christian concept of life. It

DEFENSE DOLLARS I 4:15 p. m. ,King Hall, NATTC Is our heritage. Our ethics spring from It and have given us a place
FRIDAY in the sun seldom experienced by any other people or race.

12:05 p. m.U, S. Naval Hospital On the verge of an age of automation, It would be healthy spirit-
Editorial SATURDAY ually and morally for all of us to take steps to preserve our mottos,
9:00 a. m. St. Edward's'ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY "In God We Trust" and "One nation under God".

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7:00: p. m. 8:00 p. m. and second class the

Your Ideas Aid Defense before Masses i
Crcw'sViews
Catechism Classes:Grade School uniform would not s

10:00: a, m SATURDAY:All Saints' Activities be one of the main ::1

Cost Reduction building
ProgramRecently 722NURSERY factors." J
o ,
The Naval Air Station Nursery I
located in Building 560* on Child Samuel L DuBose, HM1 of

Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara sent President Street, opens at 8:15 a. m. on E'd. Note the NAS Dispensary "Yes

Johnson a report describing how the Defense Department had saved Sunday morning. Parents attendIng The Staff of Jax Air News The Navy is due
$2.5 billion during the past fiscal year through its cost reduction Sunday Masses or Protestant, feels there are problems for a uniform

program. This figure Is a cool billion dollars above the goal set services may leave young arising} in normal many daily routine change to keep up j

at the beginning of the year.A children in the nursery without which could be solved If they with the other
lot of this money was saved by top-echelon action base clos- charge. were brought to the attention of services, although -

ings, procurement policy changes, etc. These were the sweeping -- the proper people. It Is hoped I believe it Iii

changes that sent the savings figures spinning upward by millionsof that this column may be an ans- will drop the pre- )
dollars at a time.
of the
wer to some of these stiege
But another good portion of the $2.5 billion was saved by individual Traffic problems.If Chiefs."

service men and women, down near the bottom of the heap you you feel have others a pet share peeve, send which the Moses Miller, MM2 of the"It's
In the DOD organizational structure. hard
NAS MAA Force --
ViolationsThe question to Jax> Air News
They did it by becoming more cost-conscious as they went about 1 and we will conduct Bldg. to say: The new
their everyday jobs. They looked for ways they could eliminate .of this question for a poll uniform would be '' ?
wasted time, motion and material They also offered suggestionsto publication.With
following is a report of a little cooperation from our better looking andIt
Improve the way things were being done. motor vehicle accidents and traf- reading audience, we hope to would give the

None of these actions or suggestions by themselves added up to fic violations for the period July make this column a regular Navy more class.It .

any great amount of money. But when multiplied by the thousandsof 12 through July 18. feature in the Air News. would also do

service men and women who accomplished them, they became a We have kicked off this new more enticing to )
significant contribution toward the over-all program.In Number of Accidents column with a question many of bring people into

fact, Secretary McNamara attributed much of the success of us, if not all of us, have an the Navy."
the program during FY 1964 to the fact that costconsciousness"was This week July 12 through July opinion on. Duel E. Chinn, ADR2 of VP-

beginning to permeate down." He said his office was "lit 18 . . . .10 30 "Yes. The older fellowsIn

erally flooded" with suggestions.The Total Accidents this year through This week's the Navy would vt S
July 18. 142 question InCrew's like the
Secretary's report also forecast an annual savings of $4.6 Number of Accidents Views is: Do you feel that the definitely '
The
billion by 1968. This Is a realistic goal. All it takes-ts for more through July proposed uniform change. new ;
1963. . 162 change will act uniform looks
of us to jump on the cost-consciousness .
bandwagon.Take as a re-enlistment{ incentive?
Total number of days since last better
than the
a good look around. You might be able to spot some place injury in vehicle accidents. 9 Ed Wierda, AN of NAMTG -
In your activity where money can be saved. Yes, although if I were to re- regular uniformand
While you're looking, It may help to keep this In mind: Every enlist the only incentive I would It Is more r
dollar you can save Is a dollar "liberated" to go to work somewhereelse Number of ViolationsThis care for dressy. The up-
are school
and bonus
In the Defense budget It's going to make your job, as a mem- If I keep would be less and they
ber of the Defense establishment, that much easier to perform. (AFPS) week. . . 48 money shipped over as a should, last a lot longer."
Speeding . . 3 1 r .1

,, Reckless 1
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0;* -'" ': ) < .-:: SAILOR OF THEMONTHDavidT. Going through Stop Sign. 4

:'[ h Corn, AK2, was named the Other Violations. . 40 AX AIR NEWS
';,'. Sailor of the Month" for the
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;::, : month of June in Patrol Squad. Thirty-two B1
rr 11 drivers appeared B
J1,1 ron Forty.Five. Hereceivedtheaward before the Traffic The JAX AIR
I Hearing Board NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
because
:\ exemplary at the meeting held on distributed each Station.Jacksonville .
July 20. Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air
attention to duty and the de
by
Disposition of the cases includethe Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
votion to his work in
0 accomplishing following nine Private firm.
; lost driving All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
'j. his tasks and mission. and NEWS
; parking privileges aboard the must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
-
r: Corn was presented a Letter of station for r 2
various ,
..,' periods; five nSL NASKJacksonvlUe' by 12:00 noon on Monday before
<" Commendation .
signed by Commander were assigned i ,
to News
complete an Items are welcomed from all sources-
r', "' J. D. Collins, S25 Government eight hour course in remedial Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
,-.. 'j \. Savings Bond, and a Driving instructiuns; five Advertisements
were are solicited and queries
'IIi. by the publisher
"
," model of the P3A Orion.: ''Of given suspended penalties concerning such
; ten should be dlrected to the Holt Publishing
ficial Navy Photo) were dismissed given warnings; eight i were Company, 4724 C1>'de Drive Jacksonville 8, florida.Telephone -

ro ; four were f fined; and 353-404C( (rr ;3590211.r ) :
seven were referred to
')-"' commanding
officers( for possible
David T. Corn disciplinary action VOL. 22 NO. 21 JULY 23 1964





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I Air Force 679th Radar Squadron Maintains Vigil J



Amidst the thousands of white hats In the Jacksonville area, covers mander is always a Canadian -
I of Air Force blue are rare. However, If one were to carefully count General.
hats of AF blue at NAS Jax, he would discover 186 officers and men. General Gearhart's command
This Is 679th Radar Squadron.This covers 10 1/2 million square
squadron reported aboardIn miles and employs some 200,000
the winter of 1957 and has been LUL 4 people at 150 radar sites In the f
performing the mission of radar N-'
U.S.The
surveillance and air control in a mission of NORAD Is to
creditable fashion ever since. protect the United States and Can-
Today, their operations spacescan ada from enemy airborne attack.An .
be found in the NAS Op- elaborate system of radar
erations Building, and the large sites throughout America and
"radome" located across from Canada ensure that no surprise
the Waves Barracks. More office t z attack Is possible, be the enemy "- j
space and berthing compartmentscan forces manned bombers, mis-
be found in building 912. siles, or even warring satellites.In .
The 679th Is one of many radar the Jacksonville area, 679th
sites located in Florida and the carries on this mission,currently -
southeastern United States.Simi- under the command of LtCol
lar squadrons are located Pat- jlawrence F. Allard. To assure These fighter control scopes are also located in the Operations
rick, McDill, Panama City, Prettiest member of' the 679th that no enemy aircraft secretly Building of NAS Jax. Airmen of the 679th Radar have fighters
Homestead, Key West, Savannah, Radar Squadron is ASCGIenna penetrates the airways of Amer- from the Florida Air National Guard and, on occasion Navy
Charleston,. Cross City, and Mc- E. MacMillian, who is also the ica 679th employs long -range. jets to control from these scopes. (Official Navy Photo)
Coy. only representative of the radar for detection, and fighter
In addition to radar squadrons, Women's Air Force at NAS Jax. aircraft to destroy, if necessary.
the Air Force employs the Willie She is married to A2C ChesterA. They have units of the Florida The proper place to start curb-
MacMillian who is also Ing crime Is not the electric chair
Victor, as It Is affectionately Air National Guard at their dis-
known to Navy personnel, in air- stationed with the 679th. Theyare posal, and have, at various times, but in the high chair. -- Meglddo
borne early warning flights. In both switchboard operators. utilized navy planes. Included in Message, 264.CAN.
addition, a Navy picket ship con- (Official Navy Photo) their arsenal of planes are the -

stantly operates off the coast of merlcan Air Defense Command, F-102, F-104, F4C, and F8C. 1 ,
Florida.All with headquarters at Ent AFB, 2nd Lt. James M. White i YOUTAKE
of these radar operationsare 679th's Senior Controller and Information .
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Reins ChangeFor veteran the Berlin of World crisis War In 1961.II, CDR A Student Gets tittle Things S Ilean a Lot

Orealr In evidence of his dedi-
VP741CDR cation' will accept a non-pay billet The sun pours down heavily upon the rubble and refuse at the station{
In the Naval Air Reserveand dump. The air, hot and humid, is stirred occasionally by a faint breeu
Robert G. Frost relieved remain active as a ready LeadershipCommendation and crossing clouds offer only brief relief fromthe glaring sun. Harshodors ,
TOR Richard 1... Orealr as C.o. reservist rise from the decaying and rotting matter to be magnified
OF VP-741 during ceremoniesat An electrical contractor In civilian the heat and carried by the breeze. The calm is broken by a true'that '!
NARTU Jax. life, CDR Oreair resides backs in to deliver yet another load, some of which clatters as
CDR Orealr a member of VP- with his wife and four childrenat it falls onto the pile.
257 Woodrow As the truck leaves __.. ..
741 since 1954has been In com- St., Jackson- a man n "' \
-mand for three years. The squadron ville, Fla. over to the new arrival of gars
was called to active duty for CDR Frost has been the squadron's Outstanding leadership abilitywon Lucky Sailor .bage. The effects of the sun can
the Korean conflict In 1951. and X.O. since 1963. for Glen 0. Moore AE3, a readily be seen by the sweat which
of Commendation upon Aboard covers his body and his face is
r Letter
his graduation from the Aviation Reports grimaced at the unpleasant odors
"A" which greet him. He wishes
Electrician's Mate Class per-
Tech- From ForkliftUSS haps that he could be in an air
Naval Air
School at the
r- I MISSILE AGE DEAL! nical Training Center. conditioned office performing a
Moore, who graduated July 2, RANGER--NAVNEWS( ) -- more appealing job, rather than
received the letter from Capt. There's a sailor serving in amidst a garbage dump.Carefully
who probably thinks a he probes through the
C.G. Strum NATTC Commanding Ranger trash,
NEW CARS Officer, the same day he gradu- special medal should be createdfor searching it Intently for specific
0 Lowest Prices fast-thinking"forklift:" opera-' objects. People passing by turn to
Highest Trade-In Allowance ated.The Letter of Commendationnoted stare and wonder at the missionof
.. 0 Easy Terms-The Nicest TreatmentIn that under Moore's leader- tors.He's the man who charged down this man who pokes through the
In Town ship, Class 405 in AE-A Schoolwon the pier at a dead run toward the rubbage. Perhaps they think he is
r: the school's honor class one remaining brow just before a scavenger hunting for castaway .
JJ liiij competition 5 times between Feb. Ranger got underway for several; junk. He stops his work to
/ luLl 17 and Apr. 26. It also stated days at sea recently. gaze back but then continues inhis
II Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots that during the 1964 Navy Relief He was about 40 feet short. task. As he pushes away the
,cj 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Kings Ave. Drive, his class was first In The brow was lifted away, and layers of garbage he uncovers
J .Full One-Year Guaranteed Warranty AE-A School to contribute lOO/o there he was thinking unhappy what he Is looking for and bends
-!DoJ IL On Every Car Sold with an average contribution of thoughts about what they do to down to retrieve several soda
I'J $8.80 per man. sailors who miss ship's move- bottles from the rubble. Picking
SHOP IN THE SHADOW OF THE 50-FOOT MISSILE The commendation went on to ment. them up, he shakes off clinging
say that Moore's conscientiousand But what might have become a paper and places them aside.
diligent performance of dutyas very sticky situation was averted These are only a few among the
) r ( j GORDONTHOMPSON"Jacksonville's Class Leader was Instru- when a forklift operator employedby average of 15,000 empty bottleshe
mental In Instilling cooperative NAS Alameda hailed the Ran- finds every month.
attitude and competitive spirit ger man. He has been sent tothedumpto
Center" which enabled the class to achieve "Climb on," he yelled. 'Til recover empty soda bottles and
those distinctions. get you aboardr'The save the station Welfare and Rec-
sailor did just that. He reation Fund the two cent deposit |
clambered onto the forks and the on bottles that have been care-
operator aimed his vehicle for lessly tossed in trash cans by I
the ship,pressing the"up" buttonas people wanting to save those few
he went.It extra steps it would take to return
was a beautiful sight to see. the bottle to the machine!
k 4. The forklift reached the ship's racks.
-4 O1q19 forward aircraft elevator with its Soon he will no longer have his I
unlikely cargo at main deck level job and to him the thought is
The sailor hopped off, turn- probably a happy one. A civilian
ed, snapped a sharp salute to firm has been contracted to
his smiling benefactor, and dis- handle the garbage disposal No
-, appeared into the ship.YQUN0 longer will he have to sweat under -
.: \ ,Ita,4 a hot sun or smell the odors
of decayed garbage, The only
thing that bothers this man Is that |
o now bottles thrown in the trash
will not be salvable, thus costingthe
Welfare and Recreation Fund
some $300 per month.
Did YOU return your empty
soda bottle to the rack?

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company that meets the
D.O.D. DIRECTIVE in your
state and you get these Bond Drive
BIG advantages:

A COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE In lieu of the Naval Air Sta
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here at NAS recently, May 1 to
t -- .- IMMEDIATE PROTECTION July 4, 1964, the Marine Bar
I racks Command participated to
an almost perfect record as the
COUNTRY WIDE/ Command donated to the extent
CLAIM SERVICE of 9&7o of the eligible Marine
Bks. personnel.The .

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VP-7 GivesAwcrds Money, The' teenage ) ?;

Money up a letter.and spoke to

: For "Mom, what was
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k -. -- boy I met when we
Money vacation?"

GoodConduct I "Which one, dear
tt r "Oh, you know,"
: Every year about this time cer- yound lady
y Thursday, July 2 was Awards tain more fortunate people receive I couldn't live
A4 qw. tl3 .JM Day for Patrol Squadron Seven cur an Increase In pay.Certain man-Examiner.
rently on deployment In Rota, members whose basic pay Is
Spain cdr Graham, CO ,ofVP7 more than $4,800 per year can
presented the awards immedi- expect a temporary Increase before -
ately after the Personnel Inspection 31 December. SocialSecurIty I1RJC &
deductions are made at the
', I IHEROISMIt. Howard R. Thomason, ADJ1 and rate of 3-5/87/ on the first$4,800
Thomas V. Perry, ATR2 were a- earned, therefore, when a mem-
warded the Navy Good Conduct ber has earned over this amount SEE PAGE
Medal. This was the first Good Social Security deductions are YOU'LL I
Conduct Award for Perry and the stopped until January 1, 1965.
fifth award for Thomason. Thom- This can amount to as much as ten
j.g.l R. H. Matron receives his Letter of Com-
dollars month for
ason Is "Iso authorized to wear or twenty per
medation from Commander J. B. Allred, Commanding Officer the National Defense Medal, Navy the remainder of the year. So -
of VA-35. ''Official Navy Photo) don't be surprised If
Occupation and World War II Vic- your pay
tory Medal check I increases unexpectedly CEDAR
serious accident. His heroic con the six months.
during next
CINCLANTFLT Perry Is assigned to the Avion-
duct was thoroughly unselfish and
ics Division and Is a flight crew
was in keeping with the highest member. He entered the on
Sends OfficerCommendation traditions of the United States Naval Navy ATTENTIONall
Service." July 23 1960 and has graduatedfrom
the Aviation Electronics -
The letter was signed by Admiral Navy
Technician "A" school. Navy PersonnelTravel
H.P. Smith.
Thomason entered the Navy in
An award presentation was held the fall of 1943 and has attended
recently In Attack Squadron 35,
numerous Navy schools to better
when Lieutenant (j.g.) Ronald H. A girl looks forward to her qualify him In his field. He Is
Marron was presented with a Let- wedding, and an old man to his presently assigned to the Power- 1,4
ter of Commendation from the retirement, neither of which Plants division where he Is a jet '
Commander In Chief U.S. Atlan-
brings joy unconfined. engine specialist.
tic
Fleet.
- - -
His letter read in part: -
p m F1 wr BV mgr- m M r- -** F i r -
"For heroism on the night of
Oct. 15, 1963 while serving inV A-
35 In USS Saratoga (CVA-60)) deployed ROOSEVELT MALL
In the Mediterranean Sea.
Lt. (j.g.) Marron was on duty as
a boat officer of a liberty launchat
CAR WASHOPEN Line"i
Gibraltar when a member of i
the liberty party slipped from the
accommodation ladder, a dis-
tance of approximately 20 feet MONDAY thru SATURDAY
above the water, striking his head
and legs before falling into the 8:30: A.M.-6 P.M.
water unconscious. Mar-
Ltj.g.( ) LOCATED IN THE ROOSEVELTMALLSHOPPINGCENTER
ron, unhesitatingly and at perilto
BLVD.
his life, plunged into the water ON ROOSEVELT

and the recovered boat. His the quick man from thinkingand under EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY

timely action in total dark- AUTO 'WAX APPLIED
ness prevented what might easily FREE
have resulted In a much more WITH CAR WASH !

home on furloughthe

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Four trains daily to the North. Also,
**' BEGINS ..\\ONlEI % ? service to the West and South.

[fjtmffi: \::\:\: \ W\-\EN 'IOU OWN A NEW ,;

:% \ LE"ht@ Check these low, low one-way furlough

0 n ii\ RICHMOND $16.15

un\U ion BE U1FUi \ \ WASHINGTON BALTIMORE 20.00 19.03

$:, U\\ ER PHILADELPHIA 22.28
t1Ot\ \\ \ NEW YORK 24.43
[}t PITTSBURGH 25.53
:f ttUliS1'NOOU oWtI Y OUR.Oyftl IIOME \\\P\ BOSTON 30.15
ff 0 CHICAGO 27.10
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for
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f"t%. 0"..0.00. our Fares to other cities on request
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i. "aE11ER Finoncing rOWAflD
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.0'.. s'6.S00 Vt>.o.Flit> : s -1'i V For information and reservations

i. ) U ALDERS j : .:.n B. C. Miller, GPA
[ & DAVIE. A :m'j'-f _:1. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad ATlANTICCOAST
77\-6'2&4 .0< 500 Water St.Jacksonville .
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JAX AIR NEWS 1964
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Family Separation For example: An E-3 with 6 To of the qualify conditions for FSA-Typc marked II by ALL an Blue JacketsInn Acey Ducey
I years service reports to Jacksonville .
j Allowance Changes, for duty on July L He 'X" MUST-be met- !- ClubThursday
, leaves his wife in Newport since (a) Restricted Station FSA-R
; As a result of recent decisions E-3's are not entitled to depen- (b) Ship fSASc
I on FSA by the Comptroller General dent's travel at government ex- ( ) TEMDU/TEMADDU FSA-T Thursday, July 23 July| 23
Change 1 to the pense. On the 16th of November, b) (c) 11:30
Family Conditions (a) ( Ladies Night 8:30 Happy Hour 4:30
and his wife : 6:30
\ Separation Allowance Instruction be becomes an E-4 X X p..m.
(SECNAVINST 7220.46A)has been does not subsequently join him L De In pay X Friday, July 23 Friday, July 24
in Jacksonville or he does not grade E-4, over
Issued. The additional entitle-
and Kings 9 -
Carl Rhythm Mark
Boyd Castle
ments reflected by change 1 are receive a permanent change of four years and a- la.m. a.m. Combo 8:30: -12.30
station. bove
as follows:
L Amember who attains the 2. Reserves called to short 2. Be credited X X X Saturday July 25 Saturday July 25
for tours of active duty or active with Basic Allow-
eligible grade depen-
pay March Wilson and Red Coats y-
C and the
dent's travel after reporting a- duty for training may qualify for ance Quarters Tommy Country Drift-
board can receive FSA-R (Restricted FSA under certain conditions. (BAQ) la.m. ers 8:30-12:30 a.m.
This would involve those on Maintenance of X X X July 26
Station) at a non- not 3. Sunday, Sunday
."'" restricted permanent station. two week training duty becausethe a common house- July 26
separation is less that 30 hold Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings
Game Night 5:30 7:30: :
p.m.
PHONE HOME 4. Dependents do X X X 8:30-11:30 p.rn.Monday .
days. Phil Cay and the Chantels 8:30'
!:P 1-3770 SP 1-0250 3. The following condensationis not reside within July 27 111 30 p.m.
necessarily very broad and Is 50 miles of the
WE WIRE FLOWERS Intended only for use as a guide. location of the Pizza 2 for 1 nightTuesday Monday, July 27

WeacowtettRw&t There are many hair-splitting vessel or duty July 28 Happy Hour 4:30.: 6:30: p.m.
angles *tid unresolved questionsIn station
the application of this allow- 5. Member docs X X X Happy Hour 5-7 p.m. Tuesday July 28
ance. It is expected that all not commute from
Game 7:30
Night 9:30: p.m.
103rd Sr. S. Wesconnett Blvd members on active duty in excess residence to duty
FLOWERSFOR of 30 days will be eligible station or location Wednesday July 29 Wednesday, July 29
for the allowance. FSA-Type I of vessel
EVERY X X X Game Night 8 p.m.CPO Open Night
OCCASION applies only to permanent duty 6. Certification of
FREE DELIVERY stations outside the U.S. or In member and co-
-
JEWELL J. SMITH Alaska and Is not discussed here. mmanding officer

__ __u_ _________________ ____ Club "'0 Club"

CLOSE-OUT
5YR.- Thursday, July 23
J., Thursday, July 23
SALE! Happy Hour
VALIANT 50,000 MILEWARRANTY Happy Hour 3:30-6 p.m.

40 NEW Friday, July 24 Dinner 6-9 p.m. SteskCookouton
$1788.00 1 Pool Patio
& CRYSLERS iSr PLYMOUTHS Dance to Mach Four and Jerry
ON ALL Gray Friday, July 24
FULL ft VALIANTS ft

PRICE MAKE US AN OFFER! NEW CAR! Happy Hour 3:30-6p.m.
Small Down Payment Saturday, July 25 Dinner 6-9 p.m.
Sam Ross 8-12 a.m.Saturday .
Dance to Johnny Arnold

APPROXIMATELY MINUTES FROM NAS-SOUTH ON HIWAY17lIYIOli July 25

Sunday July 27 Dinner 6-9:30: p.m.
Dance Do He Mi Trio 8:"0-1.: ..It""
REVItlSUR to Charlie Jay

Sunday July 26

CHMIEIMMOyiMllPoto Monday July 27 Buffet 6-9!} p.m. Prim :

Pizza Night Beef, Steamship round I

Monday, July 27
... ,
Tuesday, July 28 Happy }Hour 3:30-6 p.m.
j>H Happy Hour} Dinner 6-9 p.m. (India)

Tuesday, July 28 ,

CHRYSLER Wednesday July 29 Happy Hour 3:30-6 p.m.
MOTORS; CORPORATION Dance to the Playboysfollow Dinner 6-9 p.m. Seafood buffer :(
on Pool Patio i

Wednesday, July 29 I

this map to your dream home Happy Hour[ 3:30-6 p.m .
Family Night 6-9 p.m. I 11'icd
W
J ,,1at Chicken on Pool Patio,dancinj!to jl
"The Travellers" J
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PANELING, CENTRAL HEAT, Rio FLORIDA ROOMS, c oQr r d' w1 soN eou t aoJs
BREAKFAST BARS, FIREPLACES, ETC. SEVERAL FLOOR ,
PLANS AND PRICED FROM ONLY Ga : ;ow

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JAX'H' E' WS PAGE 1 +I


Movies. .;-, FLEET RESERVE Ladies Auxiliary <,".. ': I


Movies will be shown regularlyat ASSOCIATION( I I ( FRA126U. \:

7 p.m. Monday through Sat-
urday. Unit 126 of the Ladles Auxiliaryof I

the FRA held their first meet-
NATTC will have two feature
; 'tuu;: Ing of the new fiscal year Thurs-
times 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Saturdays YUKON o $IOCI nu/r* ,, I2 day. The new unit president[ ,Mrs. Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Clyde

and Sundays. The hospitalwill rIORIDA Louie Lindsay named her com- Drive, Jacksonville 8. Florida, to arrive not later than

have one feature Sunday's mittees for the coming year. Welfare Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving

at 7 p.m. :r' : Mrs. James Ranson, Mem- too late for this deadline will be published the

The Mainslde theatre will stay bership and Unit activities: Mrs. following week unless the publisher is instructed other

the same except for the evening Warren Zetlman; Publicity: Mrs. wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad

feature which will begin at 7:30: Gene Grimes; Americanism: must be received WITH the copy for the ad.

p.m. These are subjecttochangeTh Dyer M. Burr, Mrs. Lowell Lorbeer; 'Audit & DO NOT SEND CASH.
FRA
Yukon
ursday July 23 Branch 126 president, Finance: Mrs. Laland Whitmire, RATE: Minimum charge (3 lines). . . . $LOO
cordially
Invites all members in Jackson- Chairman; Mrs. Tome Cowart Per additional line ((4 words per line) . 35.
Malnstde Samson and the Slave
ville and Mrs. James
area to the regular branch Ransom Mem-
Queen Allen Steele Pierre bers Hospital Mrs. Laland
meetings, July 23 and ;
Aug. 20.
Brice Whitmire; Memory Book: Mrs. SINGER CONSOLE sewing machine IF YOU ARE MACHANICALLY'

NATTC Brass Bottle Tony All members are urged Lobe at Annie Cairns; Youth Activities: zig zags, decorative stitch- INCLINED, here's a wonderful opportunity

Randall Burl Ives the FRA gatherings which are usually Mrs. Floyd Brown; Historian: ing etc. Has balance $48, or for a service man retlr.

Hospital Mystery Submarine held on the third Thursdayseach Mrs. Laland Whitmire; Refresh- reliable party can pay off at $8 tin in nr future. $4500 invest

Edward Judd, James Justice month at 8 p.m. The place ments: Mrs. Zeno Hatcher i ; per mo. Call 3531946. Will deliver in est, going business. Box 1A.

Friday, July 24 Is the new Branch home, 7673 Greeting Cards: Mrs. William No obligation A-l 4724 Clyde Dr.

Blanding Blvd.west Jacksonville. Wood; Trading Stamps: Mrs. Sewing Machine Exchange.

Malnslde Gathering of Eagles The new $25,000 home has been Emil Bay; Telephone: Mrs. Elmer -

Rock Hudson, Rod Taylor under construction since April Philips and Mrs. Margaret DUPLEX APTS., conv. to both
VACATION 1 BR unit on Bedford -
NATTC Samson and the Slave 1964. Cunegan; Flag Bearers: Mrs. Lake bases. Plenty play area. $65.
$35
nr Keystone lights.
Queen Allen Steele, Pierre Douglas Johnson and Mrs. Lowell mo. Call 771-6393
wk. Limit 3 .
per persons.EV
Brice The F.R.A. membership Is Lorbeer; Sgt. at Arms: Mrs. Albert 4-3979 Moru-Fri. after 5.

Hospital Brass Bottle Tony limited to career men with four Holm; Chaplain: Mrs. Wil-
Good
used
Randall, Burl Ives years active enlisted service, liam II. Washaliskl; Parliamen- tires different sizes
Navy or Marines, active duty or tarian: Mrs. James Murphy. HOUSES FOR RENT UNFURN: $1.50 and up. Guaranteed. Call
Saturday, July 25 retired. Elected 5503 Camille Av. Clean 2 BR Mr. Wilson 389-3672
Eligible members are as delegates to attend
invited to attend the Southeast bungalow modern kitchen equip-
Mainslde Teenage Millionaire- all meetings as Regional Caucus to
be held in ment, nice fenced back yard with
Jimmy Clanton Rocky Graziano guest. Miami Beach were Mrs.
Conley Ownby, Mrs. Wilson patio and outdoor barbeque, walk- GIRL WANTED to work part timeat

NATTC Gathering Of Eagles Delegates to the Southeast Regional Sanderfer, and Mrs. Lowell Lor- ing distance to Hyde Park School LITTLE PIGS Barbeque. 6479
Available 1. Call 3594168or Roosevelt Blvd. Call EV 8-0221
Rock Hudson, Rod Taylor Caucus at the Dcauvillc beer. Aug

Hospital Samson and the Slave Hotel in Miami Beach Aug. 3,4, Unit 126 meets the second 389890LOne

5. The National Convention In Thursday of each month and
Queen Allen Steele, Pierre night FURN APT. $45 ma or $12 wk
Brice Indianapolis, Ind., in Sept., will all the eligible ladies are wel-
used refrigerator, excellent plus utiL clean and comf. 20 mm
Sunday July 27 be elected at July meetings. come become to members.attend as guest and to shape guaranteed. Terms. Call NAS, 10 mln downtown Jax. Call

General resolutions to be con- Mr. Davis, 389-3671 after 1700. EV 8-9886.
Malnside Thrill of it AllDorisDay
sidered would be to extend the
James Garner Navy Wives
\TTC Millionaire deadline for the Korean G.L Bill HELP: WANTED Retired Chiefto HOUSES Low Down. New VA
Teenage
] to 1975 or later so career men Barbecue operation. List Coming Soon. Get Details
I Jimmy Clanton Rocky Grazi- Club 8 6 manage
ano who retire In the early 70s could v Profit Share Plan. Further Information Early Be Ready To Make Offer.

take part; support anationalcen- call 388-3583. or EV Call Mr. Schub with James E.
.!lospital Gathering Of Eagles Members of Wives Club
ter or learning and culture namedin Navy 8-0221 Mead, Inc. at 355-5474
Rock Hudson Rod Taylor honor of President Kennedy; Jacksonville #86 met last Wednes-

provide a F.R.A. wreath to he day evening at their clubhouse a-

the USS Arizona Memo- board the Naval Station. Guests
Monday July 27 placed at
rial each Dec. 7., honor the originator were introduced by the Master-
(,Mainsidc Hud Paul Newman, of Operation red, white and at-arms and the following ladies Lawnmower SafetyNew
Patricia Neal were Initiated as members of the
blue. The F.R.A/S annual program -
: ,\TTC Thrill of it All Doris for sale and display of the organization: Mrs. Francisco Af- York (CFN. ) As a lawn mower user, are you a safe driver?

Day, James Garner U.S. flag. The principal speakerat lleje, Mrs. Alva Carson Mrs. Last year, of 70,000 power lawn mower accidents which occurred,

Hospital Teenage Millionaire the National Convention's Charles Yeager and Mrs. James 9l7o of all these accidents were caused by human error.

I Jimmy Clanton, Rocky Graz- opening session will be Marine Wayne. With the simplest care and attention, nearly all of these accidents

: iano Corps Commandant General Wallace Club members were given a could have been avoided.Do .

Tuesday July 28 Greene. demonstration on hair styling by you clear your lawn of sticks, stones wire and debris that

Mrs. Sandy Maurer of "Josepand could be thrown by the blade? Do you stop the engine whenever you

MainsidcSavageGunsRichard Rep. Charles Gubser ( R., Charles" salon on St. Johns leave the mower, even for a moment? Are you extra careful of

Basehart Marie Granada Calif.) one of the F.R.A.'s Con- Ave. The following members ser your footing on slopes or wet grass? Do you always stop the engineand

NATTC Hud Paul Newman, gressional sponsors of retired ved as models: Mrs. ThomasJ. disconnect spark wire before checking or working on the mower?'

Patricia Neal hospital care legislation, will be Bennett; Mrs. Earle Snyderand If so, you're mowing a safe path. But even so, there's always

Hospital Thrill of It All-Doris the speaker at the national con- Mrs. Wilbert W. Wagner.Mrs. another safety hint or two that may spell the difference between a

Day James Garner vention banquet. Gubser has Introduced Maurer highlighted her demon- 100 percent safety record and a painful accident.
HR10707 which Incor-
stration with a commentary on Always remember that power lawnmowers, like all other power

Wednesday July 29 porates the TRA contributory the right and wrong ways of hair tools, like guns, like tractors and like automobiles, are safe only

Mainslde Goliath and the Vam- program for retired hospitalcare. styling; a question and answer when they are handled with full understanding and respect for their
He has testified in behalf of
period followed.
pires Gordon Scott Maria dangers.To .
the bill before the Rivers Com-
Canale After the meeting, refreshmentswere eliminate the danger and get the most out of your power mower

NATTC Savage Guns Richard mittee on hospital policy. For served by Mrs. WilliamCaf- start with a thorough knowledge of your controls. Read the accompanying -

Basehart, Marie Granada further information contact farella and Mrs. George DurrelL manual carefully, and learn how to stop the engine quickly in an
Lowell L Lorbeer Public Relations The next meeting will be held
Hospital
Hud Paul Newman, emergency.Add .
Patricia Neal Chairman at SP17403.Are Aug. 5 at 7:30 p.m. and membersare fuel before starting the engine, never when it is running. Dis-

reminded to bring their Bylaws engage all blades and drive clutches before starting on units so

books, as discussions will equipped. Start the engine carefully with feet well away from the

be held on important changes to blades. Do not operate the engine where carbon monoxide fumes can

I You Glad Or Sorry? be brought up at the National Con- collect. Check all nuts, bolts and screws often to be sure that the

vention In Oct. 1964.FRA mower is in safe operating condition.

Always keep your children and nets a good, safe distance away

91 (Cont. on Page 8))
This parable gives a fine touchto and sorry.Mystified, the horse-
an old problem. man rode on. As the night fled FRA 91 will hold joint instal-
DR. B.W.
"One night in ancient times, a by he started to nibble on the lation of officers with a dinner/- ROIERTSOPTOMETRIST

horseman was riding across a bread--just out of curiosity. dance to be held Saturday, July

desert. 25, beginning at 6 p.m.
As he crossed the dry bed
of "When the sun rose,he reachedin Dinner will be served at 6:30
a river, out of the darkness a
saddle bags and found that a Installation of officers will ANNOUNCES THE
voice called 'Haltf. He obeyed. his p.m. OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR THE
had happened. The bread be at 8 The occasion will
The voice ordered him to dis- miracle p.m. PRACTICE OF OPTOMETRY IN THEROOSEVELJ
had been transformed into gold. be held at the George WashingtonHotel.
mount, pick loaf of bread
a
up remembered the warningby A$3donation is requested.
that} He then MALL
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the the voice. Ife was both glad There is a teenage dance every
bread and
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Man Gets Volunteers T
has 10 years In at O&R, wherehe
holds the position as Production

40-Year PinA Dispatcher. Needed For VVVIif ,
from the
Just before retiring ,

Navy, McCarthy spent his last
ceremony was held recently years In the Navy here atNAS JAX EOD .
In the office of Captain JR, Mack- with FASRON 109, as he servedas ProgramThere w Isi

roth, Commanding Officer of the Engineering Chief. He was

Air Station, to present a rare 40- released to Inactive duty in Nov.
year pin to Clifford J. McCarthy, 1953 with the rating as Aviation is still a great need for
Explosive
of the O&R volunteers for the Navy's -
Department. ThisIs Machinist Chief. 4 ,
the third 40 year pin givenout He entered the Federal Civil Ordnance Disposal Tech-

this year. The first two were Service In ,May 1954 when he was nician (EOD) Program. Enlisted
In April employed as Storekeeper In the personnel who are petty officers L
third class and above in the
McCarthy enlisted In the Navy Overhaul and Repair Department,
ratings of EM, GM, TM, MN, EN,
In the
) December 1923 at the age of In 1955 he was promoted to
EM, and AO are particularly desired _
16. He remained continuously position of Production Dispatcher _
In the ; however, due to the shor-
service for 30 years He which he'currently holds.
tage of personnel In the program,
waivers of will be
rating con-
sidered. t'w' I IA

VANDERBILT TIRES The program, as the name implies meritorious mast was held 17 July for Robert E. Dickinson,
G involves of 01'-!
disposal AMHC by Capt. S. L. lanier, NARTU C.O.
nance materials and the hand- for the of
Dickinson was commended outstanding performance
V'PROVEN FOR MILAGE.QUALITYPRICE"AUTO of nuclear and the
3' ling weapons as his duties while attached to NARTU Jax's Aircraft Maintenance
CENTERS TO SERVE YOU work In many cases involves Hydraulics Shop. Dickinson, with 13 years of Navalservice, had
of materials from -
recovery underwater been attached to NARTU Jax since 1960. He was transfered Mon

personnel must also day, July 20, to NAS South Weymouth, Mass.
I I1ST qualify as Scuba diver. The train-
Chief Dickinson is married and has three children.
ing of volunteers requires eight
weeks at the Navy's Underwater

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The, Complete' Nightmare

Memories Hmm now which one,did:he :
was the brake? This might (
them If say
of
pleasant,
ome Intangible. Recalled
to us by little
thlngs-- be one of the questions that con-
smell of pineapple on an offshore breeze
the
glint of
sunlight fronts this first of Driver
on
aim sea, tome taste of salt spray on the air. . group The
stu-
Education Students.
; are preserved in mefruos. -
t of has become dents are working at the sim-
Souvenirs voyages a monster: the paper-
ulator portion of the course con-
kt. Photographs. work monster, that
today threatens -
School.This
ducted Tech
at High
ersonal memories: the stuff to devour the very thing it ofthecourseconsistsoffour

which a life Is made, was created to protect -- the part
\nd there are official memes combat readiness of the Fleet. 3 hour segments totalling 12

the stuff of which history But now, we have a solution. hours. They also spend 30 hours
classroom and three
[made. Libraries, archives, Or, rather, a way to find the in study
actually driving to compl.tethe ,
tly ordered files. thousand solutions that are need-
45 hour course.
And there are other official ed.It Jf W
mories -- the stuff of which is called Project SCRAP--

[htmares are made. Strewn aat the Selective Curtailment of Re-

every ship and station,pack- ports and Paperwork.Conceived

into every available nook and by Under Secretary of the Navy

nny: the remains of Paper- Paul B. Fay, it is headed by the in money and manpower. EDGEWOODA '
Irk Naval Inspector General SCRAP is not going to choke Pa
Not and
Past. a dimly remem- is
red ghost, but an everpret fully supported by the Secretary off those paperwork proceduresthat c
W
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bulk of outdated publications, of the Navy and the Chief of efficient are necessary to orderly and

fetructions, check-off lists of Naval Operations. So fully sup- administration or oper- DOT t:"
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ck-off lists. ported, that it has been
|Is it nostalgia for World War given a special "SECNAV De- adrift without guidelines or guid-
ance. "Selective Curtailment"are TRY THE BURGER FAMILY.
..
aircraft that keeps the old signated Project" status. This
puts it in the the Important words. 4 DIFFERENT SIZES!
cognition manuals around? Is same league as the
And, while SCRAP is
a sense of"continuity with the POLARIS program and the Sur- being coordinated -
at the highest levels of
st" that makes some ships hang face Missile System program the ASIZE FOR EVERY PRICE EVERY PURSE
the Navy, it needs the interest and APPETITE... A FOR
toOpOrders for exercises long only other so designated projectsin
cooperation of
ice ended? Is it insecurity that the Navy. What it boils down to every man and
is this woman -- officer, enlisted and BEST EVER! ICE COLD ROOT BEERSERVEO'IH FROSTEDMUG
kes some ships preserve a : we are cutting the red civilian .. connected with the
ee-foot high stack of old admin tape on a project specifically
Navy. And it is seeking ideas,
d'ORI inspection lists and created to cut the red tape.
comments, suggestions -- official -
SCRAP has
rms? one primary goal. and unofficial--from
More than likely, it is an willingness To improve combat readiness by of them everyone
-- about
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een what is useful, and whatay work in the operating forces to books paperwork, files,: manuals logs, ,reports news- AND THE BEACHESrnrmm
under that required by a need to knowor
some Improbable set
papers, plans, orders, -
procedures
need to act." And "the i-
circumstances, be useful Ore by Instructions, notices.
fear that checklist dentification and elimination of
nagging some -
The monster to be found on every
f will call upon the com- least essential administrative ship and station that is crowdingmen

and to produce a complete set practices and the development of and equipment off the ships
repair manuals for all equip- policies and procedures which
with sheer bulk; the care and 1 ,
icnt removed from the ship with- will effectively monitor and con- feeding of which are crowding the I I

i the last ten years. trol the flow of paperwork on a useful working hours out of the 0

And the problem rests not so permanent basis." At the same ,

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will be
lot about
hearing a
and, as it does with a system it is obvious that there
SCRAP in
at, over the years, has come are also going to be large savings the months to come.

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IM Golf American LeagueHandicap ::: :::: :: ::::::':::::"ir:::::::':::::.:::::::::::::::: 1.;.WftitMm. ... .!; :. :: :ritrtrr: :! :.:!.:!. ..:.:!. : : ::::?:::::: l\tmM.. .. .rtlI ..:.
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Admin' ; ". ', 'Y VP-30 Leads.: ., : irJJt.AX. 47," '
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) Standings Supply 51/2, Hosp""A" 31/2 Both Am 'And r : : ; .5p.0.R. 'J' .:5-1


: Patrol Intramural Squadron Golf 30 leagues dominatesthe this Admin '6, Scratch VAP-62-0) Nat'l II!i::;::::..:..; .E'AJ. :::."Y:: :: :...::':.;;:":{(:jii:::::!::mt:;:;:..::.:i( \.:.:..;::.};;.: :.:::.::;:/':;=;'..::.://.Imi:; :;::: : ii:::

week as both their A and D squads Hosp"A" 6, Supply 0 LeaguesThe
are currently leading the American National
I League As Jax
l and National Leagues. VP- Intramural Golf Standingsfor Warner Stars
! 30 "A" Is currently 9-3 while Handicap the week ending July 17,
, the"B" squad Is currently 91/2- NARTU 8, VA-35--1 in both the handicap and scratch

41/2. CFJ 5, VP-5 --4 leagues are: Splits 1-1 1
Navy
Leading the Scratch leaguesare AF679th -51/2, Hosp"B" 31/2 American League '
In the American League, FICEUR 5, VP-30"B"() 4 Handicap C

Hosp"A" with a record of 121/2- Scratch Slamming a long drive Into left-center field for a home run,
1/2, and the National League VP-30"A"() 9.3 crossing home plate on another occasion by virtue of some fleet 4
ComFalrJax with It's 11-3 rec NARTU 5, VA-35--1 Ilosp"A" 9.4 footwork, and pitching a three-hit game, Bobby Warner, of FICEUR a
ords. VP5412, CFJ 1/2 VP-16 8.4 seemed to dominate the play as Jax Navy won the second of two J
) The results of last weeks actionare VP-30"B" 6, FICEUR 0 ScratchIlosp" games played with Patrick Air Force Base, by the score of 62. C
:, AF679th 4, Hosp"B" 2 Frank Leu- aright
A" 12 1/2'/ -1/2 In this same game
der, of NATTC, also hit a home s
HOOTENANY STREET DANCE-tWISTJ BIRD, ETC VP-30"A" 9.3 moment and pull the AFB d
run to help keep the Navy a comfortable
EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT FROM 8 tollS margin. Chit Woods of team through. J
National LeagueHandicap suffered the
Red Mills Admin v
the Air Force suffered the lossas
loss. He was relieved late In the
Jax Navy garnered six runs
on seven hits. Warner was the game by Don Stewart, of O&R.: p
PsOF VP-30"B" 91/2.41/2 winning pitcher as he gave up The two Jax Navy pitchers gave a
VP-5 8.4 two runs on three hits. up eight runs on 10 hits. The i il,
AMERICA FICEUR 71/2.51/2 In the first game of the even- winning pitcher was Nunnery, of 7

Scratch Ing, Jax Navy didn't fare quiteas Patrick, as he gave up four runs ton
well as the hot hitting of eight hits. r
>r CFJ 113VP.30"O" Patrick AFB and numerous errors This Friday evening at 7:30: J
1 rr 1012312A on the Navy's part squelched p.m. Jax Navy will "slide" Into
any hoped of taking two action again as they take on the h

COURTE: EVERYONEOF well-known political leaderin straight games. Patrick AFB won City Engineers, of Jacksonville,
HicJory WELCOMELITTLE the Middle West completed a the first game by the score of for a double header on Enter-
. FBARBEQI ,1 smoked full course of study in veterinary prise Field. The City Engineersare I
..'! wil/ surgery, but never practiced. He 8.4.Jax Navy had numerous opportunities one of the top teamsin
InVIJ.CAI JUST NORTH OF NAS MAIN GATE ing a campaign his political enemies the game, but the pitching of Saturday night at 7:30 p.m.
479 ROOSEVELT BLVD. PHONE EV 8:0221: referred to him with min- Patrick's Bob Nunnery always the Jax Navy "diamondmen" will
gled sarcasm and scorn as "the seemed to buckle down at the be pitted against Painters Poul-
Vet," and one day at a heated try for a double header also on II'
debate one of them asked, "Are Enterprise Field. Painters Poultry Ir
POWELL PLYMOUTH .. you really a veterinary sur- To perceive aman'scapacltiesand Is slated as the top soft- t;
Instruct or Inspire him In the
WAY WITH ?" ball team In the Jacksonvillearea
IS LEADING THE geon development, the training and the
do ask?" thequickwitted and one of the leading teamsIn
"Why you queried ..
exercise of them that Is the
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I
mao Club'\ToParticipate f ':Forty Sportsmen Turn In



In O U00 Tagged Fish For $1,250 !

Action perked up in North Florida's Zone 4 Schlitz Fishing Derby r f
In the last week with 40 sportsmen turning in tagged bass, grouper,
City Tourney Y red snapper, whiting and drum for awards totaling 1250. Improved stun .
fishing conditions were indicated from St. Augustine and Jackson- Mner ..r't{
ville to Pensacola.A .
new treasure trove of snap These raised the li
Do you like the keen and timely to 16 along with pers was located offshore from Zone 4 total payments awards to $7,450for liI .
competition of the art of Judo? the competition in Destin. Other I_ I > lit? PIL1'V
mens division. Entry fee rewarding money the return of 229 tagged fish,
If do, this Saturday, July for fishing locations Included Little
you the contestants will be $1 including one worth$1,000tn the '( '-
25, will be your day when the for the boys and $2 for the men. Talbot Island, Mayport's North first 10 weeks of the Derby
ardent members of the Jax Navy Trophies will be given for first Jetties, the Flagler Beach Pier, which continues through August
judo Club will participate in the place position in each of the Cedar Keys, Watertown Lake, 31. Statewide, the Jos. Schlitz
City Judo ,tournament to be heldat divisions and ribbons will be Lake Lochloma, Fannin Springs, Brewing Company has paid to c, 'r
the Riverside Y.M.C.A. The awarded for the second and third Steinhatchee offshore, Pensacola date $39,325 for 1,196 taggedfish
support that you give YOUR Judo offshore, State Game and Fresh rMlSSMUTAlUTS:
place positions.The caught in the all Florida Der- frWTHE '
EYE CLINIC '
club will help the Water FishCommlsslon ?
spur Navy Schedule for the City managed by.
judo Team on to the laurels of Y.M.C.A tourney this Saturday Lakes Juniper and Bear In West

victory.Or is as follows: Boys weigh in--- Florida.
better yet if it's the com- 9-10 a.rn.Boys; competition from Fishermen who received $100
petition that you like you should 10-12 noon; with the boys awardsto awards were the Rev. Roger
attend one of the weekly meet- be presented at noon following Beasley of Samson, Ala., for a $5 PER 24 5c PER?
ings held at the Club in Bldg the matches. The men's weigh one-pound, three-ounce snapper HOUR DAY MtLE/
726, and maybe you will soon in will be from 12:30-1: p.m. caught 10 miles off Destin, and RENTS SHINY, NEW AUTOMONIUS THROUGH THE
fie In the heat of competition with the men's competition to Harold Solomon of Cedar Keys, ,
representing Jax Navy and It's follow and run from 1-3 p.m. for a one-pound six-ounce BUDGETFREE .
Judo Club. The men's awards will be pre- grouper, taken at Southwest Cedar -
This Saturday's tournamentwill sented at 3 p.m. following the Keys. RENrACARSYSrEM
be for boys from ages six matches. Fifty-dollar awards went to
Henry Monroe, 335 Belford St.,
Jacksonville, for a two-pound
Fall IM Sports Program drum at Little Talbot Island, and
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disclosure of the Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fall intra- awards.

mural Sports Program was made recently, and It gave approx-
imate starting dates, meeting dates, and other Information pre- NAS To
taming to the Ironman Sports program. Jax


All military personnel on dutyfor Host CFJ GolfTournament
a period of ninety days or Biddle
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Recreation Program.Each formerly named in honor of ment starting July 27 and run- ACCESSORIES INCLUDING FOREIGN MAKES

Capt. Nicholas Biddle, a hero of ning through July 3L WEEKDAYS 7:30: AM 8:30 PM
Command, Departmentand the War for Independence. This The tournament will consistof SUNDAY 9:00: AM 5:00: PM
Unit should designate an Ath- name will be reassigned to a 72 holes of medal play of Individual -
letic Officer or responsible Individual guided missile frigate (DLG-34)), competition In both the COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP SERVICE
to attend organizational now under construction.An open and senior divisions. To
meetings at which rules and reg- be eligible for the senior divisionthe 388.8031 & 387.7031 woODYMcCULLER$264-9513 & 264.9514
ulations for the various leagueswill Individual must have reachedhis 6417 ROOSEVELT BLVD. USN. RET. 1700 HIGHWAY 17
be promulgated and outlined.The 45th birthday by August 1, JACKSONVILLE 10, FLA. ORANGE PARK, FLA
extrovert kindergarten boy 1964.
returned school after week's
to a
The top five contestants in the
following schedule is plan- absence for a severe cold with with
the
Fairjax Tournament
ned: Bowling--organizational the following note written by his
lowest scores In the open division -
meeting July 22, approximate mother, pinned to him: "Herehe will ComFaIr-
starting date August 10; Golf- isl! I can't stand him another represent
In the ComNavAirLant
Jax YOU CAN'TLOSE
organizational meeting August 5, day." Mrs. H.O. Miller, New tournament to be held at Little
starting date August 24; Touch Mex School Review.
Creek 10-14.
Football Virginia August
--organizational meeting THIS
August 19, starting date August -

31; meeting Volleyballorganizational August 26-, r1, M MONEY!!

starting date September 14;Ten WESCONNETTFURNITURE 1l
nis-organizational meeting Sep- n
tember 16, starting date September < ....it's in
28;Ping Pong--organization- CO.
al meeting September 30, start- ;
ing date October 12; Handball-- 5326 WESTCONNETT BLVC. AT 103RD. ST. SP L0750 TRAVELERSCHEQUES
organizational meeting October
7, starting date October 19; and EASY CREDIT
Basketball-organizational mee- REPOSSESSIONS \ \
SALVAGE
ting November date FREIGHT *
November 16.Basketball. 4, starting This kind of money is Impossible to lose --- actually, we
MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING SET $19.95 mean. That's because you----and you only can cash a Travelers
Cheque issued to you. Best way there is to carry money
will be the first .BEDROOM SUITE $79.00 DINETTE SETS 29.00 when you're traveling.If .

sport mural,of the Spring 196. .?...Intra- LIVING ROOM SUITE 69.00 you re going away on leave, carry cash the safe way..-buy

Program.The END TABLES, COFFEE-TABLES $5.00.. '. .-.;:.. !.;; Travelers Cheques from the Barnett. V

Jax Costs you only a dollar for every hundred dollars worth.
Navy Varsity program SETS $60.00
$5.00TV
LAMPS
for 1964-1965 will be as follows .MODERN BANKING HOURS
: Monday{ thru Thursday: 10:00 AM til 3:00 PM
Preparation for the 6ND STOVES $35.00
GAS
Tournament _ELECTRIC AND Friday 9:30 AM til 4:30 PM
[ in Softball will be
August 1 $45.00 .STEREOS $100.00 ACROSS FROM ADMINISTRATION BLDG., NAS
; Preparation for the .REGRIGERATORS
6ND Tournament In Phone Extensions 8272 or 8273
Volleyball $149.00COME
will be October 15, and pre- 1-TON GIBSON AIR CONDITIONER THE BARNETT NATIONAL BANK
paration for the 6ND Tournament
for Basketball 1. will be November IN AND BROWSE OPEN 9 A.M-TO 9 P.M. US NAS FACILITY OFFICEI




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on to say that at times the Air
Force has radar control over
Navy planes, and, on occasion,
Show Who's
Navy controllers have directed Best
, Air. Force planes. Just when basketball fans behind the Iron Curtain figured they
! SSgt. David Marron, who has finally had the Americans' number, they got a look at United States
, been attached to 679th here in professional players and were shocked. First Russians and Eastern UNDER
Jax for 3 years, Is very happyto Europeans saw a team of American amateurs several of whom are
be stationed with the Navy. 1964 Olympic team players but then along came the pros.
j He was stationed at Sondestrom, The 'amateurs. lost 6 of 10 games Including 5 of 8 against the
Greenland, before coming to Russians' on their tour. The results had Europeans saying that U NEW
Florida. Says SSgt. Marron, American domination of Olympic basketball might be over.
"Radar operators, and all men "Then we got there," said Bob Cousy, one-time Boston Celtic
whose primary job is working in backcourt star who accompanied the National Basketball Associationteam
) a squadron such as this,are very coached by his former tutor Red Auerbach. "We showed the ANAGEMENT'
r happy atany military installation, people there we have better players in the United States and that
since'so many radar sites are located Americans are still the best In the world at their native sport."
miles and miles off the The pros originally were scheduled to conduct only clinics but '
beaten path in very remote areas. after playing an Impromptu game In Poland, which delighted the fans, .
We are glad we're here." they continued to play games against the best teams in Poland, Romania
Yugoslavia and then went down to Africa for a series In Egypt.
The Americans won all 21 games by margins ranging from 20 to 50
The Chinese Communist sold- points, and while they didn't purposely run up the scores, they didn't
ier is a Jack-of-all-trades who hold back either.
alternates military duties and ordinary The pros were supposed to visit Russia but Soviet officials can-
labor. In Peking,uniformed celled the trip at the last minute. "I don't know why we weren't
soldiers can be seen at all allowed in Russia Cousy said, "but the Russian coaches know about
kinds of work, ranging from truck our pros and it's possible they didn't want the people to get a look at >
driving, garbage collecting, and us."
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