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VOL. 22 NO. 22 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVillE FLORIDA JULY 30, 1964

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Old Jax Law Makes Flying Over Pres. Johnson Honors DOD Men .. -- !



City Tough; Speeds Cut SharplyAir y r'ti:' For Cost Reduction Effort ;


station commanders and public Information officers, beset 1 34 I Washington (AFPS) -- The Defense Department's Cost Reduction
with an occasional sonic boom complaint or low. flying report, may Program drew high praise from President Johnson when he visited
enjoy the following quote from a recent USAF Air University Review: the Pentagon July 21 to present awards to 19 DOD workers who had
In 1908, five years after the Wright Brothers made their first made outstanding contributions In the savings campaign.
flight, the progressive and safety-minded citizens of Jacksonville, The saving represented by the
Florida, took the first recorded action to make flying safer over award winners, both civilian and
their city. They passed an ordinance which read approximately as NARIU Men military, ranged from $29,745 on
follows: a self locking nut on the Titan

No machine will fly over missile gear box to $97,085 for
Serve But
Waves HaveBirthday new corrosion resistant "dog
any part of the city of Jack- "
sonville at a height of 10 feet tags.
The Defense Department said
in excess of 8 miles per hour; Get No PayRecently that those receiving Certificates

or at a height of 20 feet*in Naval Air Reservists of Merit from the President( were
excess of 15 mph, or at any Here
TodayThis L\\ throughout the country were given merely representative of thousands -
altitude whatsoever at a speedin a decision to make. Retire from who had contributed ideas "I
excess of 50 mph. afternoon from 3:00 p.m.
In billion
the Reserves or accept a non- resulting a $2.5 savingIn
Air machines will be equip. to 6:00 p.m. at the Blue Jacket'sInn SERVICEMAN OF THE MONTH- pay status for the remainder of FY64, which ended June.30.,

ped with warning horns, brok ,, NAS Jax Waves will cele- Robert J. Harm el, PN1, re- their Ready Reserve time. Secretary of Defense Roberts.
ing devices, safety devices, brate their 22nd Anniversary as ceives his commendation and a Among the NARTU Jax squadron McNamara said DOD's goal Is a
and a parachute to let the part of the Navy. handshake 'from Capt. J.R.Mac- members eligible to retire saving of $4.6 billion annually by
machine down if the engine Rear Admiral Robert Goldth- kroth upon being selected with over 20 years navalservlce, FY68 and each year thereafter.
stops. waite, Commander Fleet Air "Serviceman of' the Month" for who have elected to remain active -, Addressing the several thousand -

No air machine will collide Jacksonville and NavalAlrBases June. are N. S. Quarterman, C. Pentagon workers assembled
Sixth Naval District Is scheduled
with buildings or structures, 0. Klnklns, and W. E. Dobbs. In the Pentagon Concoursefor
to preside at the cake cutting the awards the
Norman S. Quarterman, ADCS ceremony
public or private. ceremony. A plaque will be pre- Harmel CopsOutstanding President said the Defense De
.punds.are authorized to they has been In the Ready Reserves
sented by Captain J.Re Mackroth,
partment's "military muscle has
since May 1947. During these
s city constable! to purchase Commanding Officer of NAS Jax, while budgetary fat has
grown
maintained
17 he has
an air machine that he may In honor of the members of the fect years drill attendance per-withNARTtrs been trimmed away" under the
use to pursue and arrest.all Wave Council ,for the past year. Is Cost Reduction Program."We .
VR-74L Quarterman
violators of this ordinance. All division officers, chief Sailor AwardRobert employed by NAS Jax aiR as are the richest nation In
(Reprinted from APPROACH) petty officers and leading petty Supervisory Production Control- the history of the world," the
The Navy has made no offic- officers having supervision over J. Harmel, PHI, was man. President continued. "We can afford -

ial comment on the ordinance, Wave personnel are Invited to named "Serviceman of the Casey O. Dinkins, ADRC, has to spend whatever Is neededto
bUt it is believed that ranking attend the Anniversary Party Month" for the month of JuneIn been in the Reserves for 18 keep this country safe and to
officers are cringing at the pros being held at the Blue JacketsInn. ceremonies held Friday, July years and has not missed a keep our freedom secure.And we
pect of paying fines for the Dress will be Tropical White 24 In the Commanding Officer's drill or a cruise in this span shall do just that.
past fifty years. Long or Tropical Khaki Long for office. He received a $50 award of time. He has filled two billets "But we cannot afford tospendone
Probably the only way funds men. Waves will wear Service from Captain J. R. Mackroth for as leading chief of FASRON dollar more than Is absolutely -
could be made available to pay Dress Light Blue. his outstanding performance of 741 and presently leading chiefof necessary, because we have
the fines would be to hold pub- Originally, the first"women In duty and his personal example VR 741. Dinkins Is employedby other needs to meet with those
lic auction on all Navy planes.If the Navy" were the Navy Nur- of good moral and military char NAS Jax O&R as a super- dollars-public needs and private
the city of Jacksonville would ses, founded on May 13, 1908. acter. In addition, he and his visor. needs."
purchase them that would elim- In 1917 women were accepted family will visit St. Augustine as a
Continued Continued Page 4) guests of the local USO. (Continued on Page 8)) (Continued on Page 8))
( on Page 11)) ( on
1_ Harmel has been attached to
the Military Personnel Office

since reporting aboard sizf.
months ago from the USS For--

c'r restal(CVA-59)). In charge of the
SHORVEY Interviews, he has repeatedly -
performed his duties In

a superior manner Every man
reporting to Harmel Is Individually -
and extensively counseled yf $ 11 -
b ''I s pertaining to SHORVEY.

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Seek August PassageOf I I IC


1! Military Pay Bill .

Washington (AFPS) -- Chair- I
NAVE.-'r!. QJLQ 14.. man Carl Vinson (D-Ga.) of the ,
House Armed Services Committee .
has promised fast action II \

on the Senate-passed Military'Pay I AF s.''lIP
Bill.
The Senate approved the$207.5

STOP. OR I'll SHOOT These four A4Cs from VA-12 fly over million pay raise for more than
the city of Jacksonville at speeds slightly in excess of 50 miles 1,8 million servicemen by voice INTERNATIONAL CRKW-The VSS Riddle, soon In be renamedof

per hour, thus breaking the 1908 ordnance. They violate still vote Monday July 20. the late Vice CNO ",I", Claude V. Ride,."", It participating; in the
another section of the law by not carrying a parachute to let Rep. Vlnson said he would rush mixed-manning demonstration with; the naviei; of Greece, Turkey

them down safely if the engines stop. They have braking devices the legislation to subcommittee Italy. Wett Germany, 'the United Kingdom anil the United S'a'.c, ,
and safety devices, but no warning horn. A horn wouldn'tbe headed by Rep. L, Mendel Rivers Standing in front oa Tartar guided niittile aboard the aMp are
faster than sound.It's D-S.C.) so that It could be enacted -
of much value when traveling (
anyway (left to rightl Seaman Patrick P. Rainet, United; Kingdom; Seaman
but feel that they will before Congress quits for
sure
pure conjecture on our part we llnn Guile, West Germany; Lt. William Kelly, United; Kingdom< ;
willingly violate the clause which.says that no air machinewill the Democratic convention next
never month. I.I. Cmdr.; Frederick J. Reeg, USN and Lt. Rolf Martent. Rest Germany,
collide with buildings or structures.

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Mending Mandatory fS'\{f.1tj"; ., Ii,,"" :S', ..S'.,",: ,""Ivr';.. "ri,. ":S,,' Chaplains/ Message

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For Military MannersPerhaps By Chaplain R.S.Harris

SUNDAY Undoubtedly some of you reading this article are named James.
8:00: a.m. Service of Holy All of us know people named James. Five Presidents of the United
with the summer upon us, the bright skies and warm Communion States have borne that name. The name being a form of "Jacob"Is
Florida} sunshine have dulled our military senses. At least, it is '9:30: a. m. Service of Divine frequently encountered In our Holy Scriptures. Many of us have'
good rationalization to think this. Worship been in Churches of that name. My home Parish in which I was
Whatever the reason, there is no excuse for the laxness and apa- 9:30 a. m. Sunday School for ordained Is called St. James Church. Much of Christendom last week
thy in military courtesies seen constantly aboard NAS. They seem to ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 observed in various liturgies a feast of this name In honor of the
dwindle almost daily 11:00 a. m. Service of Divine Apostle James, the elder brother of John. It Is this man, whose
Worship name so many share I should like briefly to consider now, thinkinghis
Hand Salute 6:30: p.m. Youth Fellowship example of yesterday may help us In our life today, for we all
need outstanding personal examples to emulate in our personal,

_.,. Military courtesies DO include rendering hand salutes to officersand WEDNESDAY dally lives.
proper respect for the raising and lowering the flag. There is Many of us like to fish, and it was while he was fishing for it was
never any excuse for failing to salute an officer when met outdoors. 4:30: p. m. Junior Choir Rehearsal his livelihood, that Jesus called James to stop what he was doing
This is a' .very''simple process, and one that requires little effort. and to follow Him. James stopped and followed obediently, yet not
Therefore even in your summer lethargic mood, there is no excuse 7:30: p. m. Senior Choir Rehearsal fully aware of where he was to go or do. Yet his Lord summonedand
for not rendering a snappy hand salute. he obeyed, placing first things first, for God has always demandedfirst
Official cars may be seen at all times of the day carrying senior 12:00 p. m. Holy Communion, allegiance. We might well ask ourselves what really comes
officers In the back seat. While certain precautions must be takento Also on all Holy Days first in our lives because if It Is not God It must be another"god".
avoid dangerous situations a salute should be rendered to passing Catholic Services at St. Ed- We cannot escape the choice, for we all follow something--the questionis
officers whenever the situation allows. There is certainly no excuse ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval whom and what. James chose to follow God's way rather than his
for not saluting when you have taken the trouble to peer intently into Hospital own, sacrificing his will to God's will in simple obedience and great
the car to see the person riding in the back seat.- Such staring is SUNDAY MASS faith. He was yet to discover the cost of holy discipleship, for it
rather impolite to start with and It is unthinkable follow this rude- was to be the disciplined way of the Cross. One of the first Apostles
ness with the further rudeness of not rendering the proper military 6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital called, he was the first called to sacrifice in humility his own life
honors. 9:00: a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St Ed- for another way far better: than his own way aware that withouta
Colors ward's Chapel Cross there would be no crown.

DAILY MASS We too, whether named James or not, are called as James to
There has also been a great laxity on the part of many at 8 a.m. follow God's ways, though we are not so often called to lay down even
and sunset when the National Ensign Is raised and lowered. Pedestrians 11:30 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel our very lives as was St. James. But by his example we may better
both military and civilian, have been observed ignoring the TUESDAY conform our lives to God's loving Intentions for us, choosing to follow
Colors ceremonies. Even more inattention has been noticed with MONDAY & where_He leads or just to go on fishing.
people driving In their automobiles. The proper thing to do if you 4:15: p.m. King Hall, NATTC
are driving near the raising of. the colors and hear the power plant Crew'sViews virtue of his abilities.
whistle sound ,one long blast which signals morning colors is to FRIDAY Frank McCaffrey,NAS Athletic
stop your car and face the flag. Remain seated in your car until two 12:05: p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital D Irector--One I would say Is to be
blasts from the whistle have been sounded, signifying the colors ,w, tiring rather
have been raised and unfurled. Colors aboard NAS are displayed at SATURDAY than Industrl-

Bldg. 1, Fleet Air Wing Eleven, Naval Hospital NATTC, and NARTU.If 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY h ous, Impartial,
'you happen to be walking In the vicinity of colors, you should The question for this week's la good organizer -
stop, render a hand salute to the flag and hold the salute until "carry Crew's Views Is: What qualitiesdo -i: and beould
on" has been sounded with two short blasts. 7:00: p.m. 8:00: p.m. and before you think are necessary in the have tobe
Civilians should cover their hearts with their hat or right hand Masses make up of an outstanding 5 i an outstanding
and continue to do so until ceremonies are completed. Catechism Classes:Grade School leader? t administrator.

Uniform Pride SATURDAY Robert E. Lynch, AMHC of Juanita Elsa Finch, SA of NAS
VP-16 -- Honesty not expecting Officers Records -- To make a
The naval uniform should be a source of pride for Its wearers. 10:00: a.m. All Saints' Activities anyone to do r !
While this has been repeated time and time again, there are many building 722 r anything he 'ft'' good leader Itt
people who don't feel this way. It is very simple to recognize these UU: himself would- : takes many
people too. Look at some of the uniforms the next time you go to '- r 11.l: Jn-t do.Show good ,; qualities. I think

-the Exchange. Do you see any torn or dirty dungarees, greasy uni- j _,. military lead'erShipbeforehe- ,1 it is hard to put
forms, or dungaree saps which are no longer authorized beyond "'y j'<< I your finger on
hangar spaces? If you do., these are the men who have no pride in Traffic could expect to \any one quality.Correction .
their uniforms. be a good lead- h-.J
When men have that little respect for themselves and their uniforms ViolationsThe er to other people.

the entire Navy suffers. Don't let him get away with It. Everyone U (jg) E. F. Slenlckt, VW-4
In the Armed Forces Is supposedly old enough to take care of Detachment
Is of -- Good character, We would like to make amendsfor
themselves, but these :'men apparently aren't. Treat them as such. following a report an error that occurred when
motor vehicle accidents and traf- great perser-
fic violations for the period -, verancf, moral several lines of print were ac-
July .1
Educanon d Offered to Children 19 through July 25. f ':_ '1. ill- courage and hew cidently omitted from last week's

) ,w should he just Chaplains Message.The .
Number of Accidents first
a sentence ( paragraph)
permanent
\,
This week July 19 through July ,7"J fine outstanding read "Unfortunately this has
of Totally Disabled VeteransChildren '25 . . . 1 ; w' individual. been true for many years in thegospel"
it
Total Accidents this year through Larry Dee, Correctly stated
of living veterans who are totally and permanently disabled July 25 . . . 143 YN3 of NAS should read "Unfortunately.
from service connected causes may now participate In the War Number of Accidents throughju- (;L&E I thinks this has been true for many yearsin
Orphans Education Assistance program administered by the Veterans ly 1963 . . . 162 he should com a school that had been founded -
Administration. Total number of days since mand the respect expressly to further the 'good
This extension of the program, This new law now extends the last Injury in vehicle accident of those news' of the gospel
to children other than those of program to children of veteransof . . .16 with whom he Jax Air News regrets this
deceased service-connected veterans the Spanish American War, Is associated by error.
Number of ViolationsThis
was signed Into law July World War I I. World War II, Korea
7 1, 1964, by. President Johnson. Conflict and the peacetime ser- week . . 65
Thousands of children throughout vice who have been permanently Speeding . . . 11 .
the nation are expected to be affected and totally disabled by illness or Reckless Driving . 3 JAX AIR NEWS
by the new law. Injury attributable either to their Going through Stop Sign 1
Originally the War Orphans Education wartime service or, In the case Other Violations . 50
Assistance Act applied onlyto ,of peacetime veterans, to disability Thirty-five drivers appeared
those children whose veteran- received in line of duty. before the Traffic Hearing Board
parent died as a direct resultof The law provides for benefitsup at the meeting held on July 27. distributed each AIR Vs'a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
service in the armed forces to $110 a month for full- Disposition of the cases Include Jacksonville, Florida at the US' Naval Air Station
,
during war time. The, fact 'that time enrollment and proportion- the following: thirteen lost driv- private firm All Cop by the Holt Publishing Company, a
the other parent still lived did ately lower for part-timestudy for ing and parking privileges aboard NEWS must be forwarded submitted to for Use In the JAX AIR
the
not prevent these children, In age eligible children attending collegeor the 'station for,various periods; Box 2, NAS Jacksonville Service Information Office,
by
12:
between 18 and 23, from qualify- pursuing non-college-courses one' was. assigned complete an DubHcation. News items are noon on Monday *before
ing as an "orphan" In the mean- leading to gainful employment. eight ,hour course in remedial Telephone EV.9-771l, Ext. 8162.welcomed from a" sources"
ing of the law. Courses on the high school level Driving instructions; two were Advertisements are solicited by the
Later the law was amended to are not allowed. given suspended penalties; eight concerning such should be directed, to Polisher and Queric
'' "include children of veterans who Age limits are set at 18 to 23 were given warnings; eight were Company, 4724 ClYde Drive< Jacksonville the Holt Publishin.. .
8, Florida.r -
died as members'of the armed but in certain cases exceptions can dismissed; two were fined; and Telephone 359.4040 or 3590271.
I forces in peacetime from Illness be made.Handicapped children who thirteen were referred to commanding -
I or injury resulting from servicein may have to take special train- officers for possible VOL. 22 NO. 22 JULY 30: 1964
the line of duty. ing may start at age 14. disciplinary action.



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for his rating What happens to your request? own expense.' Because humanitarian -
Navy Helps Men Many Navymen cope with relatively Within EPDOCONUS there is a requests demand prompt
serious problems from Humanitarian Board of Review .and careful consideration,pr-:
time to time throughout their which considers humanitarian sore are urged to ensure*.' '
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During Hard TimesA naval career by drawing on their requests from enlisted personnel. that all Information and documentation : J
own resourcefulness and the assistance This board is composted of required Is present ._
Navyman's duty often takes him many miles from his Immediate of their family and officers and senior enlisted men and complete.To return request? _""'"
family. Thus, if misfortune should occur, he Is not always available friends. The humanitarian trans- experienced In personnel distribution for additional data causes delay -
to be physically present. The Navy recognizes: and appreciatesthis fer is intended to provide for All requests are Identi- and possible further hardship. ..:
problem and to help out as best it can, has established proceduresto hardship situations only beyond! fied as they come in. are rap- The Enlisted Transfer Mama) -..
alleviate valid hardship situations when they occur. the normal problems of every- Idly processed, and carefully Chapter 18, contains the criteria
Relief can be realized through day life. Requests for the sake considered on their own merits.It and Information concerning _...
emergency leave, humanitarian ary duty assignment but Is expected of "convenience" or desirability should be noted that a high humanitarian assignments. BU ._
assignment or hardship dis to be resolved or improved and stating such nebulous percentage of HUMS may be disapproved PERS and EPDOCONUS will
charge. The first recourse In during a normal tour, reasons as "moral assistance"are because they fall to do all that Is possible, within u
the case of adversity Is usually for duty tour, or period remain- not properly classified as meet the minimum requirementsset the established standards, to aid -1!
emergency leave. It can be Ing on present' tour. This typeof humanitarian requests. HUMS up by BUPERS. In some the Navynun need. Help your
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Pilots That Bestial Breed OfJ Men



Photo & Story By J.C. Davis, JOSN so the Administration Officer
-- ------ In between I
----- --- ------ ---- here, so hops, catcha
and notice
walk''outside i
You r sandwich and shuffle throughthe
the skies are a pretty blue withno _
until I have to
clouds In sight. A beautiful[( papers" go
As walk a little up again.
quiet day. you
Most of Lt. Murray's flightsare
further you hear a faint roar.
training of some kind. He
It's just a plane, you think to
flies ordnance such
yourself, and you I keep< walking. flight as
strafing, bombing runs, day and
But then the faint roar turns '
Into adea'th-defylngscream.This;, night, use of rockets and special -

time you -stop and look. Out of weapons delivery techniques.
the sky, It seems from nowhere, "We're an all-weather, car-
rier based squadron
specializingIn
come two small aircraft. You
stand watching In fasctation ass conventional and special wea-
; ; he added.
**.u the planes roll out of their dives, s pons,
z When the Cuban crisis brokeout
start their slow climb and head
for home" "** In 1962, VA-35 was trans-
ferred to McCalla field, Guan-
You continue to walk think-
ing to yourself, "those 'pilots tanamo Bay
"We flew around down thereIn
have It made, just flying and c r
goofing off all day." the crisis, mostly around the
But there Is more to It than fences. Our planes were always
just climbing in the cockpit< ofa loaded just to keep the Cubans
It and awake," he said. "We came
fighter plane, taking up
landing It aboard a moving shipat back to the States only to go

night.As aboard the Saratoga and ride it
can tell It : ;' back to Cuba."
I'\Xi"
anyone you "> ; (:i:?'
takes a special type of man to "I've never had any real hairy
fly a fighter. A type of man experiences," he said. "Other
i that takes his life In his own than liberty In Athens, Greece.

hands. These men, who fly alone, My engine quit once ad I had
think the same way as the pilot FORMATION-Part ol the 'raining in which It. Murray goes through during his time in the rir is to make a dead-stick landing.But .
In Robert Lee Scott's book. flying formation with other planes in VA-35. ''Official Navy Photo every time I land aboard aMT

C) "- when, they are in the air. y Lt. Murray Is one of many
Such a man is Lieutenent JohnF. t pilots that fly with VA-35 in the

Murray, Administration Offi- small A1H Skyraider, the only
cer of Attack Squadron 35, basedat 1/ prop-driven, carrier-based
NAS Jacksonville. He ,o. In the The
reportsto '. fighter Navy. squadron -
the Ready Room at 630; every Is third oldest squadron In
I I l wx morning and checks to see If
Il : A the Navy, commissioned In July
he has a hop going out. He does. 1934.

He changes to his orange flight Lt. Murray reported to the r ,"
suit and takes his seat In the "Black Panther" squadron July E lJ",
Ready Room for the briefing.The AL 4, 1961 from flight training. He a ,

briefing Is short.He leaves graduated from Villanova

the room and goes to don his College, receiving his commission }- .
flight gear, then he takes the through the NROTC pro-
short walk from the hangar to gram. He hails from Philadel-

his plane, number 41L After a f phia where his parents, Mr. &
short pre-flight of his aircraft, Mrs J. F. Murray now live. He THE FLIGHT'S OVERlt.Murrayprepares
Lt. "Digger" Murray climbs to l is the oldest of eight brothersand to leave his aircraft

1 the cockpit, where he's strappedIn. one sister. He has one brother with a grin aftera successful day
His engine coughs, then Mike, In the Navy, serving of flying.
PREFLIGHT CH ECK-lt. Murray starts. It's a slow run to the A LAST LOOK-Lt. Murray takesa aboard the Radar Destroyer Escort -
pre-flights his aircraft before his taxiing point. He revues the en- last look around before he USS Calcaterra.Lt. carrier, especially at night", It's
takeoff to check all points on the gine. The plane makes It's run climbs into the cockpit of his A1H Murray received his nick- always a hairy experience
plane to see that nothing was down the strip he feels It leave Skyraider to beginhisday fly after his fa- Lt. Murray lives with his wife
name, "Digger,
left undone. the ground. He's on his own. What ing. ther's profession as a funeral Helen Mary in Ortega }Hills in
Jacksonville, with their two sons
he does now counts very muchon director.
"God is Co-pilot." For God John Jr., 3 years old and Christopher -
my whether or not he completeshis the squadron lands, they're one "I usually about eight
is the one that is with them average 7 months.Waves .
only hop successfully or, when short. hops a week," he said. "I'm al-
BirthdayContinued
Scray Marlene 5.,from Accounts Maintenance Clerk GS-4, to
Civilian Merit PromotionsThe Budget Clerk, GS-5. ( from Page 1))

Torrible, F. D, III, from Apprentice A/C Instrument Mechanic to serve as Ycomanettes during
(Electronics) to Aircraft Instrument Mechanic (Electronics). WWL In July of 1942, WAVES

following NAS Jacksonville employees have been promotedin Warren, Ronald E,, from Apprentice A/C Instrument Mechanic (Women Accepted for Voluntary
accordance with the station's Merit Promotion Program: (Electronics) to Aircraft Instrument Mechanic (Electronics). Emergency Service) were accepted
OVERHAUL White Howard R. from Into the Navy as Reserves.
AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT Apprentice A/C Electrician Aircraft
Atkinson George A., from Apprentice A/C Electrician to Air- Electrician. They became part of the Regu-
craft Electrician. Willis, Richard E,, from Apprentice A/C Metalsmith to :UroraftMetalsmlth. lar Navy In 1948.
t' .... Banks, Wilkes C., from Apprentice A/C Instrument Mechanic Today :there are some 4,000
(Electronics) to Aircraft Instrument Mechanic (Electronics). Woodrum, Larry R. from Apprentice A/C Engine Mech. to Air enlisted women on active duty.
Barber, Nathan from Technologist (Packaging and Preservation), craft Engine Mechanic. Some of the jobs they hold include -
GS-ll to Same GS-12. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT Disbursing Clerk, Trade-

Day, Robert E., from Apprentice A/C Electrician to Aircraft Digiandomenico, Richard, from Apprentice Refrigeration and Air man, Photographers Mate, Air
Electrician. Conditioning Mechanic to Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Mechanic. Controlman, Personnelman,
DeCosta, Toney Lee from ApprentlceA/C Engine Mech. to Aircraft Valenti. Liborio, from Helper Plasterer to Plasterer. Yeoman, Journalist, and Dental
Mechanic. SUPPLY DEPARTMENT Technician.The .

Fowler, Kenneth D.,. from Apprentice A/C Instrument Mechanic. Christensen, Edna M., Clerk-Typist, GS-3 to Freight Rate Assistant director of the Wavesat
(Electronics) to Aircraft Instrument} Mechanlc.Electr4nics) ( ; ) GS-5. the present time Is Captain
Gray, Virginia S., from Accounts Maintenance Clerk, 'GS-5 to' Jackson, Nettle D., from Stock Control Clerk, GS-3 to Stock Con- Viola B. Sanders, Assistant Chiefof
Budget Analyst, GS-'. trol Clerk GS-4. Naval Personnel for Women.
Grote, Erwin P., from Apprentice A/C Instrument Mechanic Thomas, William A., from Stock Control Clerk GS-3 to Ware Today Waves are stationed In
(Electronics) to Aircraft Instrument Mechanic (Electronics). houseman. Hawaii, France, England, and
Gulllebear. C. R. Jr., from Helper Painter to Painter. MISCELLANEOUS ,. Spain as well as various state-
Hrapsky, Frank from AircraftEngine Worker to A/C Ground Equip- Anders, Wayne O. from Budget Analyst, GS-ll Comptroller Dept. side Installations.
ment Mechanic. to Supvy. Budget Analyst GS-12 Comptroller Dept. There are 115 Waves assignedto

Moody, John M. from Apprentice A/C Engine Mech..to Aircraft. Boatwright, Margaret, from Personnel Clerk (Staffing: typing), the station here..92 at Naval -
Engine Mechanic.Neville GS-4 Industrial Relations Dept. to Same, GS-5. Air Station Mainside; 12 at

Allen L. from Apprentice A/C Instrument Mechanic (Elec- Cates, Carolyn M t. from Clerk Stenographer, GS-3 Industrial Rela the Naval Air Technical Train-
tropics) to Aircraft Instrument Mechanic (Electronics). tions Department to Same, GS-4. ing Center; eight at the Navy
Reed Annie H., from Aircraft Cleaner to Sandblaster. Decuers, Dorothy B., from Qualifications Rating Clerk (Typing), Finance Office; two at the Fleet
Roenisch, Richard R,, from Apprentice A/C Electrician to Air- GS-5 Industrial Relations Dept. to Personnel Staffing Specialist Airborne Electronical Training-

craft Electrician. (Continued on Page 8)) Unit Reserve; and one at the Naval Air

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lowed by the voice of our pilot. When we landed at the tower, I hangar. I
Wave( Journalist We were being briefed on a test thanked tOO crew, and like a prdI Anyone ever heard of& wave
logs called "Auto Rotation" that I ducked my head from the whir- receiving the Distinguished Fly-
I would soon commence and Instructed ling blades, and proceded to the ing Medal?
to hold firmly onto the

Copter Flight! Time unnecessary seats. To me as this my instruction fingers were was A ? MORRIS I

By I I. SN already clenched on every avail-
Among the cowards that you less noticeable than I had antici- able inch of seat they could clutch. AUTO SUPPLYWE c
meet day to day, I am probably pated. We flew out over the St. "Your first sensation" he 5
one of the most confirmed. So, Johns River and! I kept my head continued, "should be one of your
CAN SAVE YOU DOLLARS ON
why, I asked myself, did I request busily turning so as not to miss stomach jumping up to meet your :
to ride In a helicopter.( the sites below. We stayed over throat". By this time mine didn't AUTO PARTS FOREIGN & DOMESTIC
Well the only answer I can sup- the water for awhile and! I observed have far to travelWe MACHINE SHOP WORK ACCESSORIES
ply Is that my curiosity over- the boat docks and houses began the test and It seemedas

ruled any fears. that lined the banks, and once a if we were falling to hdld a OPEN SUNDAYS 9 a.m..5 p.m. WEE KDAYS 8 p.m.-9 P.m.|
My flight was due to take off boat 'cutting thru the water. It reunion with! the ground not so
at 1345 so I arrived at the tower sure looked tiny from up there I far below. A few words came PHONE771-5636 5836TIMU UANARD.
beforehand, my face aglow witha Next we headed Inland! where below through earphones and!the test 'y
smile of anticipation, while my houses, Industries, and was concluded.
brain center issued communiques roads could readily be viewed.
confirming my cowardness. I The crewman corresponded withus
stood in the tower lobby, pacing via notes as I could under CLOSE-OUT
back and! forth, when a sailor approached stand very little of the talk coming SALE 5 YEAR
to inform me that I through the earphones.It VALIANT
should report to the ready roomto was a tremendous feeling andI ONLY 4Q.30 NEW 50,000 MILEWARRANTY
be suited up. Egads, I thought, I must admit not as bad as I had
*
as visions of flight suits rushed expected. We Just seemed to be $1788.00 CHRYSLERS PLYMOUTHS
through my head,but these ceased ,floating to and fro, with the *VALIANTS ON ALL
when they handed me only a hel breeze. I settled back to enjoy FULL LEFT TOGO!
met. After struggling to get It the remainder of the trip, renewed PRICE MAKE US AN OFFER! NEW CAR!
on I attempted to slide my glassesinto by my calmness and plea- Small Down Payment
whatever space remained. I sure from the flight.This feeling,
was thankful that I accomplished however, was soon to be dispelled APPROXIMATELY18MINUTESFROMNAS-SOUTHONHIWAY17
the deed as the flight would have by a note from the crewman folieACkuutThthit- U _
been rather blurred without then!
Besides myself,pilot,co-pilot, hRJ g 111katOIT1itiY1d:
and crewman there was a Mid- ..
shipman also going up for his
first ride. When seated the crew- CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH INC.
man showed us how to lock the ,
safety belts and hooked up the SEE PAGE 12 ANDYOU'LL
headgear so we could hear the 1050 1 1 N. ORANGE AVE, GREEN COVE SPRINGS
KNOW WHY!
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and crew. The blades began RIVERSIDE PHQNE JACKSONVILLE DIRECT ?64 6555CHRYSLER'

whirling as we taxied onto the
runway. It was definitely too late AUTHORIZED '
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Thursday, July 30 Thursday, July 30
Thursday, July 30
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Hour
,,. Ladles Night 8:30 11:30 Happy Hour Happy 4:30 6:30 p.m.

4727 SAN JUAN.AVE. j Friday, July 31 Friday, July 31
Friday, July 31
PHONE 384-5852
t Phil and
Chantels
Dance to Mark Castle Cay 8:30: -
March Wilson and the Red Coats 12:30 a.m.
FORMAL OPENING 9-1 a.m.

FRIDAY, JULY 31st & SATURDAY, AUGUSTIst' Saturday, August 1 Saturday, August 1 Saturday, August 1
*FREE REFRESHMENTSREGISTER FOR DOOR PRIZES Carl Boyd and Rhythm Kings 9- Dance to Bud Clark
Mark Castle and the Versailles
FIRST PRIZE $25.00 PERMANENT WAVE 1a.m. Sunday, August 2
SECOND PRIZE Sunday, August 2
$15.00 PERMANENT WAVE 2
Sunday, August
THIRD PRIZE Dance to Charlie Jay
SHAMPOO & SET
Game 5:30 7:30
Night
Phil Cay and Chantels 8:30 p.m.
ADDITIONAL PRIZES IN BEAUy'SUPPLIES ,
t 11:30 p.m.Monday. Tommy C and Country Drifters
SPECIAL FOR AU GUST-S15 Permanent Wove Only$8.50' August 3 Monday, August 3 Monday, August 3 w

.y f" .& JACKIE WILLIAMS Formerly ofJackie'sSalon-BlandingBlyd.
Pizza Night Hour 4:30 6:30
'-... sasstw ..-... tetra. aar.r... Pizza 2 for 1 nightTuesday Happy p.m.
August 4 Tuesday, August 4 Tuesday, August 4

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

Wednesday, August 5 Wednesday, August 5 Wednesday, August 5

Game Ni ht 8 p.m. Dance to the Playboys Open Night

DR. B.W. ROBERTS I

OPTOMETRISTANNOUNCES Acey-Ducey


All officers THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR THE Package StoreMon
PRACTICE OF OPTOMETRY IN THEROOSEVELT


MALL thru Thurs. 1100-1'240:,

.3 and men who 4461 ROOSEVELT BLVD. PHONE 387-2345 Fri 1500-2000 thru Sat. 1100-2000

EYE EXAMINATION GLASSES CONTACT LENSES Sunday and Holiday sClosed

need money Mgrs Package Sale


POWELL PLYMOUTH .., Mon thru Sat. 2000-2300
IS LEADING THE WAY WITH Sunday & Holidays. 1230-2000
Please observe the above hours
report

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;. WorkshopThe

1 Windjammer Players,NAS
lax official little theatre group
held a party to Introduce new
members and reacquaint old
That's not an order, just good advice. At C.I.T. we're members In their workshop
experts at dealing with your special money problems. Bldg. 804, last night.
Need a loan to pay bills?To travel?Money to meet Official business conducted Included -'
personal problems or emergencies? You can find a C.I.T. Introduction of their new
Executive Board and the organi-
office just about anywhere you happen to be. We've got zation of a membership drive.
over 400 C.I.T.offices from coast to coast. For your Anyone who Is. dramatically Inclined -
convenience,you may apply by mail or by phone. and Interested perform
lut we'd rather see you in person. We make more friends PAA ing with the Windjammers may
call Mrs. Laura Simas at 771-
that way. pRICES START AT 5808 or Mrs. Betty Luedeckeat
771-3116-

LOANS TO $600 1797 00

... r CASH YOU GET PLUS& TAX TAG
Monthly 24 11 12
Payments mos. mos. mos. NO REASONABLE DEALS REFUSED!
$10 $168.7 $137.09 $ 99.30 WE NEED USED CARS BRING YOUR TITLE
16 269.87 219.34 1!>889
22 ::S73. !> 301.60 218.47 THE"BARRACUDA"
28 482.18 386.26 2780 5
34 92.73 473.08 338.14
isHERE cars are insured
UNIVERSAL C.I.T. CREDIT COMPANYOF III
with us than.with
FLORIDA any ottiercompanY.

Find out why,nowl!
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"0" Club FLEETRESERVE'


Movies ASSOCIATION v
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Thursday, July 30

Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m. Movies will be shown regularly i 0' '' rU. t 12' ...
6-9 Steak Cookouton at 7 p.m. neu Wn
Dinner p.m. Monday through Sat- uoM t FLOIIDA
YUKON 0 Aaocu
Pool Patio urday. \ ,
N ., -
NATTC will have two feature M Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde
Friday July 31
,
times 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Sat- 3\C r. Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than

Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m. urdays and Sundays. The hospital Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -

Dinner 6-9 p.m. will have one feature on Sun- too late for this deadline will be published the following -

Charlie Jay 8 -12 a.m. day's at 7 p.m. There will be Steak Dinner, week unless the publisher Is Instructed otherwise.A .

The Mainside theatre will stay with all the trimmings, Saturday check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be
1
Saturday, August the same except for the evening evening, August 1, starting at received WITH the copy for the ad.

Dinner 6 9:30 p.m. feature which will begin at 7:30 6 p.m. for a donation of $1.50 DO NOT SEND CASH.

Johnny Jelnick 8:3012:30. p.m. These are subject to change. for adults and $LaO for child- RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . $LOO

ren at the Yukon Branch ###126 Per additional line ((4 words per line). . 35
Sunday, August 2 Fleet Reserve Association Home, 11tlttttlli taRt Issuttats

tUbs of Thursday July 30 7673 Blvd. Now that
Prime
Buffet 6-9 p.m. Blaming FREIGHT SALVAGE IF YOU ARE MECHANICALLY

Beef, Steamship Round Mainside Commando Stewart we have more space and better SEWING MACHINES INCLINED, here's a wonderful,

i Monday, August 3v Granger Dorlen Gray facilities we hope to Improve on 3 Brand New Automatic Zig Zags opportunity for a service man retiring -
NATTC Goliath and the Vam- our past dinners. Come out and Sacrifice for $49. Cash or $8. In nr future. $4500 invest.

I Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m. pires Gordon Scott, Marie get better acquainted. The publicis per mo. Terms. In original car- in est, going'"bus mess. Box 1A,

Dinner 6-9 p.m. (German) Canale Invited. tons, original guarantee. Free 4724 Clyde Dr.
Hospital Savage Guns Rich- The F.R.A. Home Is now avail- home Inspection. No obligation.Call .

Tuesday, August 4 ard Basehart, Marie Granada able to rent to private partiesby day or night EL 3-1946. FOR RENT Only 5 mln. south

Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m. calling Dyer M. Burr, Pres- of NAS 2 BR, him home with

Dinner 6-9 p.m. Seafood Buffeton Friday, July 311 ident. FOR SALE 58 Chev. Impala, swimming pool privileges no

Pool PatioWednesday Mainside My Six Loves-Debbie At the July meeting Branch A/T. R&H, $800. J. C. Davis, children or pets $125 mo.
###126 voted to oppose the bill now Ext. 8162. .
August 5 Reynolds, Cliff Robertson FRANK W. BROWN & ASSOCIATES -
before which would
NATTC Commando Stewart Congress BROKER, ORANGE
16
HP
Hour 3:30 6 p.m. CORSAIR OUTBOARD -
Happy close the military commissaries.The .
Family Night 6-9 p.m. Fried Granger, Dorian Gray branch voted In favor of Made by Scott,Shift, remote tank, PARK 264-9504
Hospital Goliath and the Vam-
exc. cond. $55 Call 724-315L
Chicken on Pool Patio, dancing National
Convention General
pires Gordon Scott, Marie RIDE WANTED effective 6 Aug,
to"The Travellers"CUARTERO Resolution #Five to extend the southsIde
Canale Area ) to
Rldgewood (
)HOUSE WANTED- Bdr, 2 bath
deadline for the Korean GI Billto
Main Gate NAS arriving 0730 or
Saturday August 1 In $20,000 price range, needed
,
1975 or later.
for officer 0800 hrs. Call 389-3883 (Mrs.
reporting to NAS JAX
Mainside Fun In Acapulco The following delegates to the Call Mr. Schub 355-5474 with Reed) before 4:30p.m.

HOMES Elvis Presley, Ursula Andress Southeast Regional Caucus at James E. Meade Realtor.
Deaubllle Hotel at Miami Beach, HOUSE for RENT:LakeShore
INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED NATTC My Six Loves Deb- UNFURN
bie Reynolds, Cliff Robertson Florida, August 3, 4, 5 were MOBILE HOMES & DUPLEXfor 2'ER, encl poich,112car

RA 4-2519 Hospital Commando Stewart elected: Lowell L Lorbeer, JimE. rent. New & Used Mowers. garage.$75.Available Aug.L
and Phone SP 1-381L .
Granger, Dorian Gray Murphy, Conley Ownby, 3897577.
3 BR-FULL TILE.BATH Sam Reasor.
HOUSE: Assume Mort. Spec.: Offer -
$ Sunday, August 2 Dyer M. Burr and Roger T. Fence, 3 BR, 11/2 B,Excel '51 FORD4-dr.Fordamatic beige
9500 55WM.C.CUARTERO&EoR Krell received card
Mainside Who's Got the Act- gold mem- Cond. Ph. 264-688L R&H. body & eng. good cond.

Ion Dean Martin, Lana tur- bership awards signed by ship- $75. Lauer C&R Shop 3217 or
mate Edward C. Duffy, National 1955 BUICK RIVIERA SEDAN EV 9-0164.
2145 HOFFMAN ST ner President F.RoA. of San Pedro Fully equipped, everything works
NATTC Fun In Acapulco Elvis -
JACKSONVILLEjat Branch Eleven. LCDR Strauss, ext 8431.
Presley, Ursula Andress
The next meeting of L,A.F.RoA. FOR SALE Inc Prop duplex,
Hqspital My Stx.Loves Deb-
\e\ Unit ###126 will be STERO FOR SALE Walnut cabinet -
U\\\ bie Reynolds, Cliff Robertson Thursday, August 3-plex, 4-plex, 3 ml NAS. Own
\t5 10.Paul. contemporary styling. Be- er 7718697.

vn\\\ Monday August 3 W. Hetz won the mem- ing transf 4 Aug. Lt. Campbell

you bership award for Branch ###126 3874818. UNFURN APT. FOR RENT-
Mainside Act One George
and will receive a Fleet Reserve Blvd. Deluxe
Blaming apt.,3BR
Hamilton, Jason Robards Jr.
I in athat Assn. Ring. BY OWNER House for Sale kit equip. 3 ml NAS, $115 mo.
NATTC Who's Got the Action-
e\\Ce F.R.A. membership is limit- low pymts, 3 BR, 2 B, nr schls, Owner 7718697.VACATION .
d\e\ 1 Dean Martin, Lana Turner ed to career men with 4 years Cecil, NAS, shop cent. 7040
Fun In Acapulco -
Hospital
active enlisted service, Navy or Arques Rd. 781-0523. 1 BR unit on Bed-
\\\e\\t\\e\ a\\\ Elvis Presley, Ursula Andress Marine, active duty or retired. ford Lake nr Keyst Hghts.$35

Tuesday, August 4 Dues are eight dollars a year. SACRIFICE Austin Healy MK II per wk. Limit 3 persons.EV .

\\\... The next meeting of YukonBranch 3000 1962,.Radio, Overdrive 4-3979 Mon. Fri after 5YOU .
\ see Mainside vs God- Mrs.Sturm. .
v.\\\ King Kong 3126 will be August 17. Guestsare $1585. Thrtrr MoteL .
zilla Michael Keith, Harry welcome.
ion Holcomb
Support the FRA's OperationRed
One -
Act
NATTC George
White and Blue. Buy and
Hamilton, Jason Robards Jr.
10SH E.UYINE PnuntCAPDIGGER/ E fly a U.S. Flag. Order your
HospitalWho's Got the Action- CAN'TLOSE
3 ft. by 5 ft. 50 star flag now,
Dean Martin, Lana Turner
from FRA members. For fur-

C Wednesday, August ther Information contact LowellL THISMONEYII
Lorbeer, Public Relations
Mainslde Torpedo BayJames
chairman, at SP 1-7403, Dyer
Mason, Lill Palmer
I. M. Burr, President, at SP 1- -
Godzilla -
NATTC King Kong vs
0527, Wison H. Sandefer, Secre-
w Michael Keith, Harry
i. / tary, at EV 9-8061, Douglas H.

I.. "I '. *. Hospital Holcomb- Act One George Johnson, Membership chairman m < .....'8 in
or James H. Waddey AmericanIsm -
f
Robards
Hamilton, Jason Jr.
chairman. EV 74440.ROOSEVELT .
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I when you're traveling.If .

re going away on leave, carry cash the safe way---buy
f you
? OPEN MONDAY thru SATURDAY Travelers Cheques from the Darnett.

\ P.M. Costs you only a dollar for every hundred dollars .tonh.
8:30: A.M. 6 .'.' BANKING HOURS

LoeA TED IN THE ROOSEVELT MALL strOPpING CENTER Monday{ thru Thursday: 10:00 AM til 3:00 PM
TCllNICOOR'[ ON ROOSEVELT BLVD. Friday: 9:30 AM til) 4:30 PM

ACROSS FROM ADMINISTRATION BLDG., HAS
THIS IS ADULTCNTERTAINMENTI EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY
Phone Extension 8272 or 8273

FREE AUTO WAX APPLIED THE BARNETT NATIONAL BANK

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Public relations is concerned Marine/ Emblem
with public opinion and attitudes. Corps Civilian Merit Promotions

And as live !in
long as we a society *
where freedom of speech (Continued from
Page 4))
prerails and public opinion is Turns Off FloodlightsGuantanamo

the ultimate power, public rela- (Examining), GS-1 Industrial Relations Dept
tions will be an essential important Bay (AFPS) -- A shining cold war victory was won Fernandez, E. B. from Clerk Stenographer, GS-3 Industrial Rela-
force.John+ W. HI1L recently when the U.S. forces stationed here used a huge Marine tions Dept to Same, CS-4.

emblem to put"stars"ln the eyes Hall Robert W. Sr., from Qualifications Rating Clerk, GS-6 Industrial -
ot Fidel Castro's Cubans. Relations Dept. to Personnel Staffing Specialist (Examining),

. Since relations between the United GS-7 Industrial Relations Dept.
> States and Cuba deterior- Masterson Henry B, from Supvy. Personnel Staffing[ Specialist,
ated, Marine guards posted at the GS 9 Industrial Relations
'0; 'AL MOV* Dept to Same, GS-10.
;,.' ; Guantonamo gates and along its Webb, Larry A., from Employee Development Officer, GS-10
Smm iwmmCLEAN boundaries havebeensubjectedtoharassment Industrial Relations Dept to Same, GS-1L
including rock Masse, Alfred L., from EAM Project Planner, GS 7 Data Processing -
I.'. .." throwing and shouted insults. Systems to Digital Computer Programmer: GS-9, Data

Itoae ro/'f' I According to Rear Adm. JohnD. Processing Spray, Marian Systems.E, from EAM Operator, GS-3 Data Processing

Bulkeley, the base command- Systems to Transceiver Operator, GS-4 Data Processing Systems.

er, the Cubans put up floodlights Gamble, Otis J,, from Helper, (General) Overhaul & Repair Dept.to .
,, outside the northeast gate of the Sewage Disposal Plant Operator Public Works Department.
base with their strong beams focused Loudermlll, D. L, from Supvy. Policeman, GS-8 Security Depart-
amnu on the guard posts. The ment to Same, GS-9.

aim: to blind the guards. FInklea, Dorothy C., from Clerk Typist, GS-2 Overhaul& Repair
Admiral mulled his
/IM Bulkeley Dept to Transceiver Operator, GS-4 Data Processing Systems
new situation over and counter-
Dept.
attacked with the aid of Navy

seabees and Cuban workers em- Teacher Cost ReductionContinued
USED CARS! ployed on the base. ., Shortage
({ from Page 1 1))
The group picked a site on a hill. Issues
75 yds. inside the gate and laid Collin President Johnson said DOD Is

out a circular concrete slab 30 ft. D val "today being literally flooded
4N HOUR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE! in diameter and six in. thick. CountyDuval with thousands of suggestionsfrom
After the concrete hardened,they County Is facing a critical individual military and
61 FORD STAR LINER .Sll 50 60 CHEVROLET . .5895 painted the eagle globe and shortage of qualified teach- civilian personnel In the com-
2 dr. Hard-top, auto/trans., 4 door, V-8, straight stk, R&H anchor emblem of the Marine ers, especially for elementary mands In the lower units. ThisIs
: R&H, Power steering 61 RAMBLER WAGON.$1095 Corps in red, gold and white. grades. The Board of Public a wholesome and very hope-
Auto/transmission/ R&H The Cubans found when they Instruction of Duval County located development..

61 DODGE .: .: $895 57 TR ROADSTER . $895 turned on their floodlights they In the County Courthouse "I I came here to thank you and
4 door, Std transmission could not aim them at the sen- at 330 E. Bay Street Jacksonville to congratulate you for the example -
Both tops, R&H has Issued a call for -
tries without the Ma- qualified are the nation -
62FALCONWAGON.$1295 Illuminating you offering
62 FALCON . . $995 teachers.
Auto/trans/ R&H rine emblem. and the record that you are
2 door, Straight slk, R&H Rather than to let the Marine Many Navy wives have the necessary making for your country" he
63 FORD FAST BACK.52295 61 ENGLISH FORD. 5695 emblem be a shining example of qualifications to teach and added.

Auto/trans/ Power steer, R&H, Station Wagon freedom, they decided abandon are urgently needed. Any depen-
2 door 62 TR-3 . ... . $1495 the use of floodlights. dents who have a degree from a
R&H four-year college and are inter-

62 FORD CONVERT....51595 63CORVAIR..51795 ested in teaching should contact

V-8, Straight Slk, R&H57MERCEDESBEN1. 2 door, 4 speed trans, R&H Mr. Kenneth M. Wing, Directorof

...795 61 VOLVO . . '. $995 CAN YOU : Personnel.' at the above address -

4 door, straight stk, R&H Straight stk, RHr.r ( RTUt
TAKE YOUR CAR WITH YOU H

For Financing and Insurance (Continued from Page 1)) ',

1 1t stateside and overseas, call Willie E. Dobbs, ADRC, has
t f I DYER M. BURR, representing also been in the Navy for over I i

I> W M I I GOVERNMENT, EMPLOYEES 20 years and was with the first
1 reserve squadron tomakeaMed-
FINANCE CORPORATION &
0 iterranean trainln f cruise.Dobbs /
founfl INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
M OTO R SL Is employed by NAS Jax OAR .
INSURANCE COMPANY These three men have served
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NAMTG Provides radio sonde instrument. The bend tranceiver, combining the
radio sonde, as currently utilized functions of a transmitter and a
)
by the squadron, is 'a device receiver into one radio unit will
.
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Formal Training that Is parachuted down froma allow greater speed In the trans- '
maximum altitude of 20,000 mission of storm information.The .
feet. As It falls to earth, it records addition of an Infra-red sea
On Missilesaval and transmits back to the surface temperature sensor will

'la- aircraft information on the enable flight meteorologists to
Air Maintenance Training Detachment 4021 provides formal weather encountered The new measure sea surface temperatures -
In- ining on the Sparrow III missile used by activities throughout rocket sonde will be launched an operation which is not
grist) Atlantic fleet. This training detachment Is located In building u! from the aircraft Into the upper presently possible. With the installation DID YOU

at NAS Jacksonville atmosphere, reaching a height of of a new static'source
nder the supervision of Chief Hunters 60,000 feet, thus giving the Hurricane boom the accuracy of measuringthe
Naval Air Technical Train- Hunters a high altitude reconnaissance meteorological parameter of
-10 1' Rear Admiral Allen Smith Receive capability. the storm will be greatly in-
and the Commanding Officer Additional Installations includean creased. All in all the squadronwill 0fJWrJ
ro- val Air Maintenance Training New Gear improved Doppler navigation field a far better equippedteam
ata roup, Captain C. A. Williams, system which will Increase the to combat the destruction
hose headquarters are at tem- ROOSEVELT ROADS P. R. accuracy of locating the center of of natures most awesome force- I
ing ,its, this detachment conducts a Tuesday, July 21 saw the depar- the storm. A new single side the HURRICANE.
ns. ve week'Course of Instruction ture of ABWRON FOUR aircraft ..
Pt.rt. i the theory, operation and main- MH-3 to an ultimate destinationat For
nance of the guided missile China Lake, California. The TourVACTION
ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS
st set (DSM-32)), whose funcon Super Constellation piloted by
is to perform shipboard Lt. Cmdr John G. Jackson, will I
ilrTS peratlonal[ checkout of the Sparow there undergo the outfitting of new IMPORTED FROM EUROPE

rol III sections.missile guidance At alternate and con-five equipment meteorological which and will navigational substan- $$3500[ TO $$6500

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n on the AN/DPM-7, which Is capabilities.Plans .
he shore based equivalent of the call for the Installationof SHOWING AUG. 1st and 2nd IOA.M.to 4 P.M. I ,

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Alley Ace I J46x 'AIR ;;SHORTS MAD Rifle And




Given HonorsIf \V f.:.."'""'":"".>:...".NEWS. ." '. ..........".. ...:.'......::.;.:....:::::-.,:...' '," ,... Pistol Teams
"'n

events are available at Bldg.'704: Win At PerryBy
bowling scores were any in- Sports The Jacksonville Suns Baseball
dication of a person's height.Allen -
M1i ] Strouphauer,ADR1.of I-,- Team Military Personnel and Gy Sgt Wes Ward
trol Squadron 16 would be just Shorts children general admission a- The newly organized Marine
vailable for $.50; 1964 sports directory -
i about 10 feet ull.StraJphauer Aviation Detachment Rifle team
who stands five This Friday evening at 7:30 --$68.10 value available competed in the Central Florida
feet three inches In his "boon- p.m. the Jax Navy "diamond- for $2.95; Jacksonville Robins Rifle and Pistol Club's Camp
docks", was recognized for his men" will take on the Painters Pro Football team games book Perry Warm -Up matches last
Poultry team for a double header of eight for $10.00 and single
bowling prowess at the semi- weekend at Camp Blending and
tickets for each. fur-
final Softball game for the NAS softball game on Enterprise $2. For won five medals for their efforts.
ther information on all tickets
, Intramural Championships. Field. The Jax Marines had six shoot
Lieutenant Commander C. B. * call Exts. 8'791 or 8153. ers (In the match with three of

Darrow Command Duty Officer, Saturday evening Hunter Air * them competing for the first time

presented Strouphauer with the Force Base will play the Jax The first clinic meeting for and unclassified according to National -

LCDR C.B.DARROWIL}presentsthe BUPERS Achievement Trophy for Navy Softball men on EnterpriseField touch football officials will be Rifle Association rules.
Awards trophy and patch to the highest three game series, starting at 7:00 p.m. held Monday August 3 at 4:30 Sgt. T. E. Lash}, an instructorwith
AI Strouphauer VP-16' ,'lor his 720; the American Bowling Congress p.m. In the Athletic Office, Bldg. the Aviation Electricians
.
outstanding bowling occom- 700 shoulder patch and a 3. Interested persons should st- School won two gold medals for

plishments. (Navy Photo by trophy for high game and high Tickets for the following[ sports tend. his first place in the 600 yard and

Harold Benson, SN) series in the American League, 300 yard rapid fire event. GySgtC.
ofkttramuralBowling. TASTETEMPTING BARBEQUETREATSIN W. Ward had settle for three
silver medals for three second
PLEASANT "NEW LOOK"
A UN report refers to illiteracy SURROUNDINGStittle place spots, two of which came in
as "a personal tragedy for both 300 rapid fire events and in
people and "an economic strait- one off hand match.
jacket tor countries. In a world Sgt B. J. Erhard shooting in his
where education Is increasingly first NRA match fired an impressive -

LIJIIDuiTI'I important an illiterate man is Or AMERICA score of 464 to earn an
crippled an illiterate community NRA classification of expert
is retarded. Teaching people to rifleman SergeantsJ.A.Stubble-
read Is a part of the work of field and N.B. Sloan also shooting
making men whole. -- Marjorie for classification earned marks-

: J. Dye, "The First'R',' Presbyterian man classifications.Sgt .
Life, 1-64- Jim Proulx rounded out the
Jax Marines team, he like the
EXPRESSWAY tirckory others were shooting their wea-
smri edIIpr
EDAR HILLS wit/ pons for the first time without an

APARTMENTS LOVACARE opportunity to zero them in.Only
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NeighborhoodUSED' ?479 ROOSEVF1/T Blvd Phone EV 8-0221 ed 'tor sight adjustments and these
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UNFURNISHED $55.00 ing shooters to represent us,"
DEALERSpecializing commented GySgt Ward, NCO in ,r
'
h in Children Welcome CAREER SALES charge of the team," and we expect -
CLEAN to have one of the best teamson
Conveniently Located OPPORTUNITYNATIONAL
the within "
CARS east coast a year.
GARY to downtown
He said the detachment is plan-
BLACKWELL HAS and Cecil COMPANY IS INTERESTED IN INTERVIEWINGC.P.O.
OR OFFICER BEING RELEASED FROM ACTIVE ning on sending a rifle and pistol
62 MONZA.$1295 DUTY THIS YEAR. MAN SELECTED WILL RECEIVE HIGH team to the eastern division

Coupe, Auto. trans., Bucket seats, CLEO DAVIS STARTING lNCaAE.COMPREHENSIVE TRAINING PROGRAM, matches next year with the winners -
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American League 'tt'

Old VP-5 Edges Handicap Jax Law "t'

Hosp "A" 5 1/2 VAP-62-31/2 .
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Continued from
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For Jax VP-30 "A" 5, A/C Maim 4 Page

tars VP-30 "B"For mate the problem of Navy planes t.
Scratch violating the ordinance, and at
lavy| Judo Cluba Jiosp "A" 4, VAP-62--2 the same time, give Jacksonville
LeadVP30 VP-30 "A" 3, A/C Malnt 3 ample patrol planes enforce,
Tournamentat the ordinance at meson Airport.
City Judo "A" retained ifs lead in Motional League The commercial airlines would
RlverB -
the Jacksonville the American League of Intra- Handicap bawL
Y.M.C.A. on Saturday, July mural Golf with It's 10-3 record undoubtedly
FCEUR 6 NARTU3
The problem that remains
"Big Hero" of the Jaxy vy Judo Juniors were lead only
the by while In the National League the VP-5--8 "B" 1
old Hosp after the city of Jacksonville '.'.'
Mike
was six-year Sheff who
a took
1st in the
Team VP-5 "Llnksters" the .',
14 and toppled VP-30 "B" 8, FAETU 1 purchases Jets for enforcement :-:
testant. 15-year old division. He VP-30 "B" team from the
top Is Who will the ?
[ix-year old David( Marsden de- was followed by Paul Flsler, 2nd by few Scratch : arrest cops
spot a slight per centage
Seriously, a search Is now underway -
In the six,sev- In the
12 and 13
[ted all comers year class, points.
FICEUR 3, NARTU 3VP5412 to determine If such an
I and nine-year old di- Mike Kisner, 3rd in the six,
eight The results of. last weeks action Hosp"B'f 11/2 ordinance still exists in Jack
Ions. He was the smallest and seven, eight and nine year class, are: VP-30 "B" 5, FAETU 1 sonville.
ngest contestant In thatdivisand and Eddie Grant who placed thirdIn

has good reason to bed the 10 and 11 year old di- ....
of his 1st place trophy. vision. Navy were eight year old Mike "
her winners for the Jax Na- Other juniors representingjax Jenness, nine year old Glen =\ t
t
Marsden, 10-year old Kim MIl- ( : \ "

ler, 11-year old Keith Marsdenand .
13-yearoldBarrett Marsden.
Representing Jax Navy In the THIS WEEKS SPECIALTACHOMETER -
senior division were, Brown I ELECTRIC LIST PRICE t

Belts, Charles Lipsey and D. $42.50 .
x J. Frericks, and White Belts j 2 WEEKS ONLY $20.95

Cleveland Boutwell, Wiley Cuna- COMPLETE LINE OF AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND ,
gIn and Danny Spivey.
ACCESSORIES INCLUDING FOREIGN MAKES
Winners In the Senior tournament -
were 1st Rod Fowler, rep- COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP SERVICE j

representing the Y.M.C.A.; 2nd ,
r # ly Charles Lipsey, 3rd Wiley Cuna- OPEN WEEKDAYS 7t30 AM 8:30 PM

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UNIOR WINNERS FORTHEJaxavy
Judo club in the recent H F 'H'F.Q t: H. F'C: 'W H Fq 'J:. C

V, M. C. A. meet were: David .
Marsden, 1st in the 69 yr. dill $Sm 24 C PER I

vision; Mike Kisner, 3rd in, the ? DArfibP MILE
6.9 yr. division; Eddie Grant, urn Mir an uimomu JHMUUI m Vacation'
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Fisher BUDGETREH7ACAR
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PAGE 12 JAX AIR NEWS JULY 30, 1964



FICEUR Defeats VP-30 For Championship ;



Posts Perfect Season Record of 26-0


Under the management of(Commanding Officer), CaptainH. F. McCue, who plays the first base position
.on the team, the Fleet Intelligence Center, Europe, climaxed a successful Softball season last Thursday
night July 23, by defeating a tough VP-30 team by a score of 4-L This victory for FICEUR climaxedthe
Intramural season and gave them an unblemished[ record In the playoffs, 4-0, and an overall undefeated p UNDER
season with a perfect record of 26 wins and no losses.
The previous week FICEURand
VP-30 played what was one
of the most exciting games of NEW
the playoffs when FICEUR was
forced to cane from behind to ,e
win on:Chuck Austin's home run GEMENT
': Y' In the last of the eighth inning.
This marked the second time this
season that these two teams have I
been forced Into playing extra
Innings.In e
the final playoff game, Bob
Ensch of VP-30 was pitching
beautifully until the bottom on
the third Inning,whenBobby War- -Si
ner, the FICEUR pitcher, hita
THE INTRAMURAL SOFTBALL CHAMPIONS from FICEUR are:
high fast ball to ]left center
for a home run driving In the Front row (L-R) Bob Trofton; Capt. McCue, CO; Jim Long; Jerry
two runners, on the bases at the Kasinec; Cdr. McQuire, Exec. Off.; Ray Humes; Roy McKinney;
time, and breaking open the scor- and Jerry Fuller. Back row (L-R) George Culberson; Bobby War-
Ing column to tally up the first ner; Mike Phillips; Bob Watson; Bob Wilkins; Chuck Austin; Roger

three counters. Warner scored Quintero; Bob Nolin; and O.J. Simpson. Not present were James 64 MONZA CONVERTIBLE ..... . . . $2295
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'the last inning'when heavy States policy in South Viet Nam. \ White Top.
hitting Joe Lewis of VP-30, who r 63 VOLKSWAGON BUS ...... . . . $1995
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